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' frllE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1922.
BIG DOUBLE HEADER
AT WAIPOULI SUNDAY
MAKEE WILL MEET ALL STARS
AND EAST SIDE WILL PLAY
THE WEST SIDE
The Kauai Baseball League will
give a double header next Sunday
at the Waipouli race track, when
the Makee team champions for this
season will meet an all-star team
in the first game and the East Side
will tackle the West Side in the sec
A small admission will be charg
ed so as to help the various teams
in the league defray expenses for
the past year. The general admis
sion will be 25 cents, while children
will be charged 15 cents, and auto
mobiles 50 cents.
This double header is arousing not
a little interest as fans outside of
the Kawaihau district are anxious
for the all-stars to take the champ's
measure will be on hand to root for
The East vs. the West is bringing
out the old time pride of both sides
of the island in their baseball rep
resentatives and there will be as
much interest in this game as in the
Sanborn and Marcallino will act as
umpires for the two games.
Pitchers Tilley, Ramp, Costa and
First base Yamase.
Second base Spalding.
Third base Pilouto Carverra.
Left field Kondo.
Center field Conant.
Right field Caesar.
Catchers Tank Ohama, Nakashlma,
Center field A. Silva.
Manager J. Ornellas.
Pitchers Okuda, Cummings or Te
First base Rodrigues.
Second base Burgess and Fuji.
Third base Yoshlda.
Left field King.
Center field Doi and Masaru.
Right field M. Pierra.
ALL STAR VS. MAKEE
Pitchers Tilly, Costa, Wramp.
Catcher Tank Ohama,
Left field Kondo
Center field M. Pierra.
Right field Conant.
Subs Lydgate and Spalding.
Marager Chas. Fern.
Lihue and Makee to Meet
In a Post Season Game
Lihue baseball fans will have an
opportunity to see their team In ac
tion against the champion Makee
team even though tli3 Lihue team
lost their protest, as the two teams
are to meet at Walpouli race track
on October 29th.
Lihue fans are positive that now
the county seat boys have hit their
stride, that they will take the champs
into camp while the Kawaihau fans
are just as positive that Makee will
make It five in a row over the Li
hue team for the season.
Twenty-five cents admission will
be charged for adults and 10 cents
for children, while automobile park
ing space will be 50 cents.
Left field King.
Center field Doi.
Right field Morlta.
Hetty Hotter made some batter,
And she used a bit of butter.
But the butter was so bitter
That it made the batter bitter.
Hetty bouyht some' Maile Butter,
Put it in the bitter batter
Made the bitter batter better.
The flavor of Maile Butter is so sweet and
appetizing that it improves any food to which it
is added. Made in New Zealand in the heart of
the dairy country, under ultra-sanitary conditions.
Metropolitan Meat Market
Agents for Territory
Ford Reduces Prices
SAN FKANPISCO, Kith
CLT XAWGAU LI HUH
EFFECTIVE Tl'ESDAY OCTOP.EK SEVENTEENTH LIST
PHICES OF ALL TYl'ES OF FOHD CARS AND TKUCKS
EXCEI'T FOI'K DOOI! SEDAN L'EDFCED FIFTY DOLLARS
EACH STOF NEW LIST 1'IMCES F.O.R DETROIT AS
FOLLOWS: CHASSIS TWO HUXDI5EI) Till KTYFI VE DOL
LARS IMWAIMH'T R1X5ULAR TWO HUNDRED SIXTY
NINE DOLLARS TOCRIXC, REGULAR TWO HUNDRED
NINETY EIGHT DOLLARS TRUCK CHASSIS THREE
HUNDRED EIGHTY DOLLARS COUI'E FIVE HUNDRED
THIRTY DOLLARS TWO DOOR SEDAN FIVE HUNDRED
NINETY FIVE DOLLARS FOUR DOOR SEDAN REMAINS
SEVEN HUNDRED TWENTY FIVE DOLLARS STARTER
REMAINS SEVENTY DOLLARS DEMOUNTA I5LES TWENTY
FIVE DOLLARS LIST WHEN SUl'l'LIED WITH OPEN
TYl'ES RUN CONTINUOUSLY DURING NEXT TWO WEEKS
l'RICE ANNOUNCEMENTS SIMILAR TO ADVERTISEMENTS
COVERING PREVIOUS l'RICE REDUCTION ANXOUXC1XG
LOWEST F.O.R. DETROIT PRICES IN HISTORY OF
COMPANY AND QUOTING NEW PRICES IX RIG TYPE
ALSO HOLD SPECIAL KX II I HITS IN YOUR PLACES OF
RUSINESS SHOWING AS MANY Dl FFERENT TYPES AS
FORD MOTOR COMPANY.
(WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED THE ABOVE WIRELESS)
Naurilturilt Gkrarj?, 50ft.
Plans are on foot to stage a
mixed doubles tourrnment In Lihue
In the very near future if enough
exponents of the game among the
ladies can bo found. So all wa-
hines lake notice and begin to get
ready to wield a wicked racket in
said tournament. A special rule will
be in force making it prohibitive
for any man to play wilh his wife
as it is desired to avoid apy possi
bility of matrimonial strife between
friend husband and his spouse.
Those among the fair sex who have
already signified their intention of
entering are Mrs. C. L. Lane, Mrs.
C. J. Fern, Mrs. C. W. Scribner,
Mrs. E. F. Wood, Miss E. Roe, Miss
Dora Sloggett and Miss Edith Han
son. Additional entries will be tak
en care of by K. C. Hopper or W. H.
The annual meeting of the Kauai
Soccer Association will be held at
Koloa Social hall on the evening
of October 25, 1922, at 7:30. The
object of the meeting, besides the
electing of officers, will be the or
ganization of teams for the 1922
It is requested that all districts
Intending to enter teams, have re
2t. A. n. GLAISYER,
Down in Alabama the other day
a young lady ran away from home
disguised in her father's habili
ments. The local paper said: "Flees
in Her Father's rants."
HENRY FORD MAKES A CUT
IN PRICE ON HIS CARS
Henry Ford no sooner gets his
factory open after shutting down
as a protest against the conl short
age than he startles the world by
announcing a cut In the price of
his product. The cut this time
amounts to $50. on all models.
This brings the prife of the car
down to $208 dollars at the factory.
This does not Include the self start
er and demountable wheels, bow
er. The lowest price that Ford ever
hit before the war was $300 factory
which makes the car today $60
cheaper than It has ever been.
The Ford car with self starter
and demountable rims will sell for
$598.11 for the touring car and
$567.95 for the runabout, f. o. b.
Nawiliwili Garage expects a ship
ment of Fords on the Hyades next
Friday and it will not be surprising
with the present cut If most of the
cars were sold before the came
Although these cars were bought
by the Nawiliwili Garage before
the price cut and although they
have no protection on this cut, the
cars will be sold at the new prices.
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700 degrees F. It won't Mister. You'll find it
Hie lliing for boiler fronts, smokestacks, stove
pipes, electric generators, furnaces, locomotives,
hot water pipes and everything else where there
is a heated surface. It costs no more than ordin
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ANNUAL ECONOMY RUMS
The Los Angeles-Yosemite (Camp Csrry) Econ
omy Run is probably the most famous event of its
kind held in the United States. Every year about
the middle of May, while the snow still lies dep
in the mountain passes, from 15 to 20 cars start
the strenuous 360-mile run f-rom Los Angeles across
the interior valleys and up the difficult mountain
roads into the Yosemite Valley. And every car is
carefully gunomed for victory, and driven by an
And in all the six runs so far held, all cars
entered have used Red Crown gasoline ex
clusively. t '
This year the car making the run on the lowest
consumption of fuel, a Chevrolet driven by Dom
inick Basso, made the entire trip of 360 miles on 12
gallons of "Red Crown" (an average of 30 miles to
the gallon), and a pint of Zerolene.
The average gasoline consumption for all cars
participating was phenomenally low, This furnishes
striking evidence of the continued success of this
company in manufacturing a motor-car fuel of the
highest grade, justifying for six successive years the
unanimous choice of automotive engineers eager to
establish the best possible records for their cars.
This year, 18 of the 20 cars entered made the
entire distance on less than 20 gallons of "Red
Crown," although owing to recent rains the roads
were unusually difficult.
Red Crown gasoline is the most economical
motor fuel on the market today, because it con
tains tne maximum number of heat units that can
be rapidly and uniformly vaporized in the modern
carburetor and go into complete combustion in
the cylinders, producing the maximum power th
engine was designed to develop.
Fill at the Red Crown sign at Service Stations,
garages and other dealers.
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