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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, OCTOBER 81, 1922
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baa opened his office at Kupaa,
Opposite the Kapaa Ice &
Office Hours: 3 p. m. to 5:30
p.m. daily; Saturdays and
Sundays, 8:30 a.m. to 4
p.m. Evenings by
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Hay, Grain and Chicken Supplies
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International Stock, Poultry Food
and other epeclaltlee. Arable (or
cooling Iron Roof i. Petaluma, In
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.Strength, Energy, Reserve Power
B. B. C.
(Body Building Compound) for
Stomach, Liver, Kldneye and Blood
Constipation and Rheumatism
Liquid or Tablets, $1. 6 for $5
B. B.-C. -ASTHMA-COUGH
or Croup. Whooping Cough, Asth-
a, Sore .Throat, Hoarseness and
Bronchial Ailments, 50c
B. B. C. LINIMENT
For Rheumatic Pains and other
B. B. C. CATARRH REMEDY
For Catarrh, Hay Fever, 60c
B. B. C. HEALING 8ALVE
For Wounds, Sores, Cuts, PiRs
B. B. C. LAXATIVE PILLS
Relieves Congtlpatlon. 25c.
Llhue 'Store, all drugglsta and
plantation stores. We pay paroel
post charges on 65 cash orders.
Send Money Ordera and Shipping
Directions to Beneon, Smith 6V
Co., Ltd., Honolulu.
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8Ute they are getting from 60'
per eent to 150 per cent more
mileage 'from their tires than
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Our girls beat Hanamaulu In seven
Innings last Friday by the score
of 43 to 9 before a large crowd of
about 500 pupils. The Borne was
played on our grounds.
The next game scheduled for No
vember 3rd will be postponed on
account of the teachers' convention
which will take place the same
day. This game will be between the
Kapaa-Lihue winners and the winner
In the Hanalel district. The place
and time will be announced later.
Arrangements are being made to
have the Kapaa school boys play
Llhue at Waipoull on November 11,
On Friday, Navy Day and Roose
velt Pay, was observed by a long
program of exercises in which ev
ery room participated.
Dr. Porteus of the University of
Hawaii is coming to visit us on
Wednesday. He is particularly In
terested In mental tests for children
and we have an opportuunity claes
for boys and girls who have found
the road to learning steep and lo'igh
which may interest the doctor.
HONOR ROLL FOR
KAUAI HIGH SCHOOL
Honor Roll None.
Special mention: William Moragne,
Honor Roll: Helen Muller, Anna
Scott, Helen Wedemeyer.
Special Mention: Masao Ito, Elaine
Mahikoa, Sophie Vierra.
Honor Roll: Kenneth Alolau, Nee
Chang Chock, Nellie Chong, Hiaayo
Dobashi, Osako Miyasaki, Risaburo
Miyoshi, Edward Morgan, Hanako
Nagal, Tamotsu Naito, Tamayo Nishl
moto, Adline Rodrigues, Fusao Tan
abe, MIki Toklta, Ethel Widdifield,
Special Mention: Eddie Kanoho, Ml
Honor Roll: Michio Fujii, Kenneth
Nagata, Henrietta Wedemeyer, Yo
Special Mention: Masao Akimoto,
Tho Kauai Teachers' Association
meets on Friday, November 3rd at
the Lihue high school. Teachers from
till schools on the island will attend.
Dr. Porteus and Miss Hoffman are
Friday, October 27th, designated as
Navy Day, and also Theodore Roose
velt's birthday, was celebrated by the
children In their morning exercises.
Judge Lyle A. Dickey was the
speaker. He gave a very interest
ing talk on Roosevelt's life.
The Llhuo baseball -boys plays the
Hanamaulu at Hanamaulu on Friday,
October 27. The Lihue boys won
with a score of 18 to 11.
The Lihue boys will play the Ha
nalel team Thursday, November 2,
Dr. Porteus, the child psychologist,
and author of many mental tests
visited the school Friday.
The Llhuo Girls' Reserve under
the supervision of the Y. W. C. A.
with Miss Crosby as their advisor,
held their first business meeting on
Monday afternoon. The following of
fleers were elected: Mary Rapoza,
president; Mary Hong, treasurer; and
The kitchen was in charge of the
eighth grade girls on Monday as Miss
Anthony was absent.
Lihue and Kapaa schools split ev
en in their games, Kapaa winning
the girls' and Lihue winning the
The following is the report of the
game by tho Llhue school reporter.
The girls' game was played first,
it being a five inning affair as the
time was quite limited. The game
was played as usual with lots of
snap, but what needs special com
ment we believe is the good spirit
and sportsmanlike manner In which
the players acted. It was a pretty
cloHely contested game but the final
score was 19 to 17 in favor of our
guests, who were good winners and
sports. It is easier to be a good
winner than to be a good loser, but
we believe that In this case the
result would have been the same
which ever team won.
The boys' game was one of the
finest and fastest games played on
our ground as yet. Both teams wore
in pretty good shape. There was a
rumor long before the game that
Kapaa had a dandy pitcher, sure
enough, he had some style and a
swift delivery. Our boys seemed to
be doubtful at first how to meet the
ball, but once they got started they
seemed to like It, for everything
went our way throughout the game.
The game was seven innings by
agreement and the final score was
16 to 8 in favor Llhue. However, in
all our games the score is not the
only thing of Importance and again
we wish to comment upon the sports
manship and good spirit of the play
ers. This, we, believe, is the one
thing that should be emphasized in all
The following is the lineup for
Catcher, Llewellyn Gandell; pitch
er, Suekl Fujltanl; 1st, Aklra Tahn
be; 2nd, John I; 3rd, Satoru Taka
mlya; L. S. S. Tadashl Kono; R.S.S.,
Satoru Tada; left field, Noboru Fu
Jlmoto; right field. Sung Yoon Choi,
center field, Atsushi Yamamoto.
WAIMEA JUNIOR HIGH 8CHOOL
The assembly periods are intresting
with Mrs. Wright leading chorus work
and Miss Carter in charge of stud
ent activities. On Tuesday, ijhlzuo
Yamase gave an excellent translation
of the Japanese fable of the "Queen
and the Fox." Sadako Kuroaka gave
the fable of "Hawkley and the
Dwarfs." Mary Fernandez rendered
two piano rolos.
L. J. RiKgle, formerly instructor in
the territorial industrial school has re
ported for mathematics. Mr. Riggle is
from Columbia University.
Walmea grammar school finished
in the cellar with the Mana school in
the K. P. S. A. L. The girls' team Is
the champion of District 1, and will
play the champions of District 2 for
the finals at Lihue in November.
Many Wiimea school teachers plan
to spend all or part of the Christ
mas vacation in Honolulu. The
teachers' cottage has been improv
ed by a screened porch half way
along the front.
Plans are being made for the an
nual school show to be given in
November or December. All the acts
will be entirely . new in character.
Part of the proceeds this year will
go to pay for the district athletic
truck. Some will be spent as usual
for the Christmas celebration.
DORMITORY HI'Y PRACTICE
Under the direction of Prof. Wile,
of the Kauai high school, the Dor
mitory Hl-Y members have , been
receiving some very valuable and
interesting Instruction in parliamen
tary practice. The making, passing,
laying on the table motions have
been made thru actual practice This
knowledge will be found of inesti
mable value as time goes on.
Let your Christmas presents be
a Joy throughout the year by giving
each of your friends a nice maga
zine. Send to the K. C. Hopper News
Agency, Lihue, for a catalog. Phone
Notice For Sale
(J. Yamigami, Bankrupt)
The undersigned, Trustee in Bankruptcy,
wherein J. Yamagami, is the Bankrupt, will
offer for Sale all Goods in Stock of J. Yama
gami's "Store, at the Camp near Lihue Mill,
either in bulk, blocks or articles, on Friday
and Saturday of this week, Nov. 3 and 4,
1 922, beginning from 4 o'clock in the after
noon until midnight, for the benefit of the
All Sale on Cash Basis.
HENRY W. WAIAU
Trustee in Bankruptcy,
Llhue, Kauai, J J D 1
October 30, 1922. J, Yamagami, bankrupt.
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The Most Famous Garages on Kauai.
Ths place to get transportation to
The Barking Sands, Olokele Canyon,
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Our automobiles are comfortable, our driven are re
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know every Inch of the country.
We rent Ford Cars Without Drivers.
We run the stag ('no between Llhue and Kekaha
three round trips per week
We do draylng and hauling by trucks all over the Island.
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