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title: 'The Garden Island. (Lihue, Kauai, H.T.) 1902-current, January 17, 1922, Page 5, Image 5',
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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY. JANUARY 17. 1922
i ... .
,: i Standing of Clubs
'i.i P W L T Pts.
Lihue .. ..,.7 3 0 4 10
McBryde . . ..7 2 0 5
Makawell .. .. ,.7 2 3 2 6
Koloa 7 0,4 3 3
. , ' Makawell 2 Koloa 0
Makawell drove Koloa a little deep
er Into tne cellar last Sunday by
defeating them 2 to 1. Koloa was
badly handicapped by the absence
of three players. It is rumored that
internal dissension was the cause
of three players failing to put in an
appearance. It is unfortunate if any
thing has happened to break up the
Koloa team ad they are just getting
to the' point where they were be
ginning to learn the finer points
of the game. ,
Captain Walaleale has worked
hard to develop a soccer team in
Koloa and desrves better support
from his team mates. The Koloa
' team is made up of a bunch of fust
boys with great endurance and if
they would only develop some team
work and not depend so much upon
individual play they Would give tliu
other ' three teams a' mighty good
run for the championship.
Lihue 0 McBryde 0
Lihue and McBryde maintained
their positions In the Kauai soccer
league when they battled to a score
less tie at the Lihue field last Sun
day. Both teams played hard foot
ball which at times almost became
too hard as there were several near
clashes among the rival players but
cooler heads prevented trouble.
Both teams had several chances
to tyeak into the score column but
over anziousness cost them their
goals. The offense of both teams
was on a par and the forwards kept
the opposing backs busy booting the
ball out of danger. Tilly at goal for
McBryde,' had a mighty busy ses
sion 'several times, but he was equal
to' the occasion) and made two pret
ty saves. Jamleson.. who played
goal for Lihue, played a steady
game but had little to do in the
second half as the Lihue ' backs
were helped by a strong wind and
kept the goal fairly clear.
'Bill Sinclair at center was the
tower ' of strength for the McBryde
team while Capt. George . Duncan
and Kay were the stars in the for
ward line. Duarte a substitute for
McBryde, played a very steady game
for a beginner.
Manuel Fernandez was the star
of the Lihue forwards and played
brilliant football throughout the
game, He ..was closely pressed for
honors by Sadao, the other wing.
John Makanani, , Enoka Lovell and
Eddie Fountain were the backfield
THE FIRST GAMES OF
The first games in the Kauai bas
ketball league will be played at the
Makawell community house Wed
nesday evening. Lihue will meet
Waimea and Makawell will meet
This is the first effort to start
an island league In this sport and
it deserves the support of all sport
lovers on the' Island. Basketball is
a fast, hard and exciting game that
makes great demands on the en
durance and skill of the player tak
ing part. Some local people who
have never seen the game have an
idea that it is a girls' game and is
Inclined to be gentle. Plenty of men
who have played both games will
willingly state that they have been
punished more in a game of basket
ball than in a game of American
: On Saturday evening at the Lihue
armory the Lihue team will play
the .. Lihue high school. This game
should be a fast one as the teams
are about equal, and the high school
boys re achirg for a chance to re
venge the defeat that they received
in football on Thanksgiving Day.
The Lihue team will be made up
of the following men:
Forwards Fernandez, Mlddleton,
'Sadao and Santos.
Centers Wedemeyer, Christian
Guards Longstreth, Crawford,
Livesy, Kuhlman and Fern.
On the same ight Waimea will
tangle with Hanapepe at the Maka
well community house. No lineups
have been given out by either team.
The first basketball league to be
organized on Kauai came into exist
ence last Wednesday night when
representatives from Lihue, Lihue
high, Makawell, Hanapepe and Wai-
What They Think
of the Thrift Campaign
The following letter from men j
prominent in the business life of
Kauai show quite clearly that the
Thrift campaign is held in high re
gard: "It is the duty of everybody to
save a little money each month.
"Opportunities to invest well are
always presenting themselves.
"I fuUy approve of the Thrift
H. D. SLOGGETT.
"There are men. who may be
heard telling their neighbors about
the great opportunities in business
which they have missed because
they had no capital.'
"They have always missed.
"Then there are men who are
seen to grow prosperous and to be
come valued citizens of their com
munity. "They seldom make any wise.
"The first class mentioned ' can
always be heard.
"The second class may be observed.
. "Every dollar you spend contains
several cents of possible capital.
Spend one hundred cents of ev
ery dollar and you have a fair as
surance of being a candidate for
the first class of men above mentioned.
"Save several cents of each dol
lar and you create both your cap
ital and your opportunity to be
come a member of the second class
"industry and thrift not only give
you opportunity and capital, but
make for business integrity which
"Credit makes one dollar of cap
ital do the work of two dollars, and
thus doubles your opportunity.
"Of course the reader may have
an opinion already formed as to
which class of citizen he desires
"Anyway, think it over."
Vice President, Bank of Hawaii.
Lihue. Kauai, Jan. 16, 1922.
Mr. Neil Locke, Secretary,
Kauai Y. M. C. A.,
Dear Sir: in response to your
request for a statement from our
Chamber of Commerce in regard
to the value of the National Thrift
Campaign,, wish to say that this
campaign has been unanimously en
dorsed by our chamber and a com
mittee appointed to co-operate with
Thrift is defined as "care and
nrudence in the management of
one's resources." The importance
of thrift in handling our material
resources is apparent when we re
flect that statistics show that 87
per cent of the well-to-do today will
be dependent at the age of 65; that
the records of the American pro
bate courts show that 85 per cent
of all estates have nothing at all;
and 4 per cent only of them have
as much as 10,000. Systematic
thrift generally adopted will com
pletely reverse this showing. Thrift
makes for independence and better
citizenship. No finer work than the
teaching of care and prudence in
the management of one's resources
can be undertaken. Our chamber
wishes you unlimited success in your
H. D. WISHARD,
Kauai Chamber of Commerce.
HOORAY1 WE GET
2,500 BUCKS OUT -
OF FEDERAL TAXES
mea met at the Makawell Commun
ity House for that purpose. The of
ficois elected were Dr. W. Dunn
president; Neil Locke, vice presi
dent; and E. Damkroger, secretary
All the games will be played at
Lihue and Makawell and the sched
ule will start Wednesday, January
,Thb following is the first round
of the schedule:
Hanapepe vs. Makawell, at Maka
well, 7 o'clock, Jan. 18.
Waimea vs. Lihue, at Makawell, 8
o'clock, Jan. 18.
Lihue vs. Lihue High, at Lihue,
Jan. 21 .
Hanapepe vs. Waimea, at Makawell,
Makawell vs. Waimea, at Makawell
Hanapepe vs. Lihue, at Lihue, Jan.
Lihue High vs. Hanapepe, at Lihue,
Makawell vs. Lihue High, at Maka
well, Jan. 28.
Waimea vs. Lihue High, at Maka
well, Feb. 3.
Lihue vs. Makawell, at Lihue, Feb.
The official referees appointed by
the league are Markwell, Locke,
Kaulmann of Lihue; Damkroger
and Beecroft of Makawell; Fernan
dez and Sessions, of Waimea.
The territorial income and prop
erty tax returns must be filed be
fore the end of this month. It they
are not filed by that time, certain
exemptions are lost and the tax
coJ.-tctor can put any valuation he
sees fit on your property. Th
dances an tnv. )i will think your
poperty Is worth more than yo.t
it. when mi or.) llnln; k for tax
"he federal inci'inv 'hy ?ion'tge!.
his confused with lie territorlnl
Income tax that has just, bc-en men
tioiied has several new and .fav
orable clauses in it.- The amount Is
the same as It has been, four per
cent under a net income of $5000
and 8 per rent above. But people
with a net Inromn of less than $5,
0(10 may obtain a $2,500 deduction
In place of $2,000 formerly allowed.
If the net Income Is more than $5
000, only $2,000 exemption Is allow
ed. No matter how much the exemp
tion may be, a man or a fimlly
that has more than $5,000 gross In
come must make a tax return this
year. This is different from the
old schedule wheu the return was
based upon the net Income.
JAPANESE YOUNG PEOPLE
U. Ishll, manager of the hardware
department of the Lihue plantation
store. In spenklni? of th special
emphiiHls which is being given to
the promotion of thrift throughout
the world this week, said:
"The Japanese young people of
Kapuiik have had a club for the
past seven years. The club was
first organized to promote social
and educational activities. One of
the first topics of discussion was
some plan by which every member
might begin a bank account and be
able to add to It at regular inter
vals and in convenient amounts. The
following method was adopted and
has been in operation ever since:
"Each member of the club de
posits at least 50 cents a month
with the club treasurer, the treas
urer in turn deposits these amounts
hi the bank where an individual
afrnnnt has been started for each
MRS. KUHNS GIVES
A BRIDGE PARTY 9
Mrs. J. M. Kuhns of Lihue gav.T
a most enjoyable bridge party at h.-r '
home last Friday afternoon. Abo.it
30 ladles from various parts of lbs
Island attended. Mrs. A. Menefo;
Ho of Hanalei won first prize with
an unusually high score.
depositor. Some of the club mem
bers have in this way a nice little
nest egg which Is growing every
month. The interest on these depos
its is used to further the interests
of the club."
The example of these Kapala
young folks might well be followed
by other groupings arid aes.
Sacrifice of FINE GOODS
The big van Leuven stock at Kapaa
must be sold in ten days
Store for Rent : : Fixtures for Sale
Men's Suits, former price $70, $(5, $55, $45, will go sit
Men's Suits, $35, $:'.0, $27.50, $25, all' at :
Here is your chance to beat the high pnees and the high cost of clolhing.
Men's Silk Shirts old prices $15, $12, $10, $8.50, will go at
All other shirts in proportion.
Men's and Ladies Shoes will go at one-half the old price easy for you to get shoes.
Men's Silk and Lisle Hose, all colors will go at one-half the rcguhy price. All goods
are marked the old price and we shall cut this in half when you buy.
Men's Felt and Straw Hats these are all fine goods and the price is just exactly
one-half 110 more and no less. A fine line of neckwear, all prices cut to onehalf so you
can see that it is our aim to sell everything in 10 days.
Sweater Coats and O. 1). Shirts, just a few come early if you want one of them.
' Xo such offers ever on this island. Sale will start promptly on
SATURDAY, JANUARY 21, 1922
At Kapaa! next to the drug store and next to the Kauai Bank. Don't forgot the prices
are one-half. No humbug.
Doors open from 8:30 in the morning until 8 in the evening
Yours truly, S. DECKER, Sales Agent
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FIFTEEN YEARS EXPERIENCE IN SETTLING AND MANAGING ESTATES t
That's it," he mnsed. "That's what makes the earth, and a lot of us in
it, grow old; it's the burden of care. I can't I don't want to think of Mary
and the children having to shoulder any cares that I can possibly save them.
"1 wonder, now, if anything should happen to mc just should I won
der if there'd be a tree and afl those fixings and fuss and things, next
"There ought to be xome way to make sure of more Christinases like
the past one for them, even if I shouldn't be here. I'd fix it if I only knew
And that'll junt uluit ire jirojHixi' to tell you an eff retire, surr method
of performing Ihi most important duty to your family.
Drop in and talk it orer iritlt a truxt offieer.
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
924 Bethel Street Tel. 6177