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Tllfi GAftDEN iSLAKD, TUESDAY, APRIL 18, 1922
Locke Appointed Kauai
Committeeman for Conference
KAUAI BASEBALL SEASON
WILL OPEN MAY 17TH
Sunday, May 17th will sue the
Kami! baseball League on its way
for the 1922 season. Makee will meet
Lihue at the Lihue Dimond, whilo
McDryde and Makaweli will tangle
at Makaweli. Koloa will lay oft for
the first Sunday.
The 1'.'22 race should be a bit
tighter vhan the l'J21, with both Li
hue and McUryde strengthened. Ma
kee will miss thui-' old standby. Jo
nah Cummings in thu box, but with
Lee Sing and Teves to do the hurl
ing they will not be in a bad way.
Lihue will only be represented by
one team this year and should be
In a position to give all the teams
an argument. Hob Okuda, the old
Makee jinx will be the mainstay on ,
the mound again this season. The ,
receiving end is a doubtful quantity
either Henry M:ilina, the Grove
Farm catcher, or Hajime. the Koion
star, will do the work behind the
log. l'rioste. the veteran, will be the
fixture at first and if he behave.
himself and puts all his energy into
playing ball, should have a good
season. Fujii, who was one of the
best infielders in the league last
year, will play the keystone posi
tion while Jimmy Hurgess will play
the short patch. Tni will hold down
the difficult corner.
The outfield will most likely be
made up of Koke, l'errera and Tex
trria with Gerbacio acting as utili
KAPAIA ELIMINATED FRO.VI
TITLE BY HANAMAULU;
THE SUNRiSE REMAIN
I e!l Locke, of Lihue has, been ap
ncntad as the Kauui representative
.t the commute" fioiu the Pan
j'ac'fic Union to ar.jnge for a com
mercial conference of representative
business men from the countries
about the Pacific. The conference
1. 1 ti convene in Honolulu nex'. Oc
tober. This project has already received
the endorsement of the United Stat
es department of commerce and the
National Chamber of Commerce.
The invitations to the countries to
send delegates will be sent by the
Department of State.
In connection with this program
it has been suggested that an ex
hibit be made of the handicraft of
nchool children from the various
countries. The girls will be given
u'i opportunity to show what they
tan do with the needle and baking
pan. The boys can show the results
of their manual training work.
The whole object of the confer
ence Is to build up better com
mercial relations between the coun
tries of the Pacific. It Is likely that
the attendance will be large and
that representatives from practically
every country on the Pacific will
The Honolulu committee Is Just
starting on the initial steps of this
work. The following people are to
compose the committee:
Kenneth C. Bryan, territorial di
rector industrial education; Trot.
David C. Crawford, director of ex
tension service. University of Ha
waii; Miss Ituth Hoffman, primary
supervisor public school department.
Honolulu; Miss Sadie C. Sterritt,
superintendent girls' Industrial
school, Honolulu; Cyril O. Smith,
principal Royal school. Honolulu;
Nell Locke, Y. M. C. A. county ag
ent, Kauai; H. B. Penhallow, plnnta
tion manager, Wailuku; Alfred Car
ter, Parker ranch, Hawaii.
The Parish House
The beautiful memorial parish
house which is being erected by
Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Wilcox, on the
Lihue Union church grounds will
soon be completed. The contractor
hopes to finish his phase of the
work within the next ten days "or
The expectations of the donors and
the architect is more than fulfilled
in the realization of the completed
building. It is not, as some sup
posed, a new dwelling for the min
ister, but a splendidly equipped
building with a spacious auditorium,
large stage and dressing rooms,
where concerts and plays can be
given with satisfaction. It Is here
that the social department of the
church will conduct all Its activi
ties. It also becomes the center of
religious education. While it Is a
gift to the church, yet it Is not for
the church nlone, but to serve the
needs of the community and Island.
Dedicatory services will bo an
nounced in the near future.
Hanamaulu eliminated Kapaia Irom
the championship of the second
round of the Lihue Junior League
when they defeated them Sundr.y
by the score of 9 to 6. This leaves
the series to be settled between the
Sunrise and Hanamaulu next Sun
day. Hanamaulu made a great come
back in the second series, winning
all their games but one. When it in
considered that they were the tail
enders of the first series and never
won a game, their showing is really
a remarkable one.
GET YOUR SHARE
Entries for the singles elimina
tion tournament of the Kauai Ten
nis Association are coming in very
slowly and as the entries close on
the 13th of May unless some of the
local sharks show a little more pep
they are liable to find themselves
on the outside looking in.
Entries can be made thru Dr.
Glaisyer, Eric Knudsen or Dr. Dunn.
The drawings will take place on
the first of May and will be pub
lished in next week's issue of the
Garden Island. The same rules in
regard to the first round as govern
ed the tournament of last year will
be used this year.
Contestants will arrange among
themselves as to playing of the
games, but all games must be played
by Monday evening and the results
phoned to the secretary.
The time and place of the semi
finals and finals will bu announced
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profit as any honest man could de
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Large sales of seasonable and reput
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If you advertise wisely a little
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GET YOUR SHARE OF THE' BUSINESS.
YOU CAN BUT YOU'VE GOT TO BE UP AND DOING.
EVERY DOLLAR SPENT IN ADVERTISING WILL COME
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EVERY DOLLAR OF SALES WILL MEAN A STEP NEARER
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