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THE GARDEN ISLAND. TUESDAY MARCH 25, 1913
All the Bin
If you attend anv of
blc college carries vou find
mat tno oau almost invatirbly
used is the REACH OFFICIA
out the lilis
N LEAGUE KAI.L. k &S,V
:n won't havo n.iythinn; MV4
ST-that's why they all fisfc
College men know too Hint, the Iteadh nail lias b-en oiloptfil hy the
American League for ten yearj, nu.l is the Official Lcufcue Hull. No oilier
ubu tuu uc useu in any l.eugue game. 1'rice everywhere $I.JJ.
Tkt Reach Trade-mark on alt Sportlna Gooda Is a guarantee ot quality It nieanj sails-
iucuun, a n:w prnac or your money oacK (except on Balls and Btn under Sl.noi.
JUO III-jAUII urIUIAIj HASH IIAL.li omnu
mzcu uumumy 01 mo American lxsaffue.
Serlcj. Schedules, records, &c.
Tim ri'ooff. g
Hip tor? and ti riot on of
10 centa at dealers' or by mall.
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
for the Territory of Hawaii
! Waimea Stables
Up-to-date Livery, Draying and Boarding Stable and Auto
. AUTOMOBILE STAGE-LINE
.. - BETWEEN LIHUE and KEKAHA
Leaving Lihue every Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Leaving Kekaha every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
ARRIVING AT THEIR DESTINATION IN THREE HOURS
W. WEBER Manager.
Telephone 4 W Waimea
P. O. Box 48
THE' BANK OF HAWAII,
Lihur, Kauai, Hawaii
Deposits are received subject
to check. Certificates of de
posit issued payable on dc-i
mand. Loans made on ap
Drafts Drawn on
San Francisco Berlin
New York Hong Kong
Interest paid on Savings De
posits. 4 per cent on ordi
nary and 4 per cent on Term
Deposits. Ordinary Savings
Deposits will be received up to
$2,500 in any one account.
Safe Deposit Boxes for
Rent $2 and $3 a Year
210.211 Botton Bids.
It will be observed that quite a
number of editors are applicants
for places on the much talked of
utility board. The reason for
this, is quite obvious. The news
papers are all public utilities and
the editor.-; are therefore qualified
tojrun any other kind of a little
bUULiAllUNAL NUItb I
WHEN IN NEED OF
Paper Bags, Twines,
There seems to be a tendency
for society to form into class or to
become stratified with reference
to rights, privileges, wealth, and
freedom. So the history of man
contains many such terms as ple
beians and patricians, slaves and
masters, vassals and lords, whigs
and tories. democrats and aristo
crats, republicans and imperialists,
laborers and capitalists, socialists
and monopolists, producers and
parasites. The motive o r force
producing this stratification is
u m a n selfishness, and the
opportunity lies in human strength
and cunning on one side and
human weakness and ignorance on
Our nation had its birth and our
distinctively American institutions
had their origin in the world-old
struggle to prevent this stratifica
tion and its results. The particular
institution which w e represent,
the public school, has been called
the leveler of society, the great
democratize the human equalizer,
and now it is called 'the melting
pot" b v a prominent German
writer. These names must have
been earned, and, if so, the public
school system evidently tends to
prevent the stratification of society
And we believe that all of Ameri
ca's great .tatesinen and educators
from Thomas Jefferson ana Horace
Mann down to Woodrow Wilson
and Philander Claxton have tried
to preserve and strengthen this
distinctively American chnracteris
tic of our educational system. The
public school has been and must
continue to be the bulwark in the
defense of freedom, justice, and
equality. Therefore, when any
new educational idea is being de
veloped or any change in our edu
cational system is being advocat
ed, we should study it carefully
to find whether it is in accord with
true American ideals.
Just now much is being said
about vocational education,"
and bills are being framed for its
promotion by national and state
legislatures. This is all very well,
and we should have an appropri
ation to promote vocational edu
cation in connection with our
present school svstem. But there
are some influential people who
are loudly advocating what is
practically a separate system for
vocational training. They give us
the impression that their purpose
is to promote the tendency of
societv, to stratify, into a thick
stratum of "efficient producers"
overlaid with a rich, intellectual
stratum of paras;tes. Such is likely
to be the result ,of their plans
whether it is their purpose or not
Such a double system would, be
un-American. Our public school
system must not be made an agent
to promote the stratification o f
society into classes. The purposes
of vocational education must be
freedom and efficient citizenship
as well as emcient workmanship
and increased production of wealth.
To make certain that all these
ends are attained, we should in
troduce with the course in voca
tional training a course in econo
mic in wlucii tne exact truth is
taught relative to the production
and distribution and equitable di
vision of wealth, nnd a 1 1 this
should be made a part our prev
C. W. SPITZ, Prop.
NAWILIWILI, KAUAI TELEPHONE 104
Automobiles to all Parts of Kauai, all hours, Day and Night
Autos and light machinery repaired, plumbing and gas fittings.
Agents for Fisk and Goodrich Tires and Tubes, Chalmers
Detroit, Hudson & Gramm-Logan Truck.
Agents for the Inter Island Steam Navigation Co., Ltd., at Nawiliwili, Kauai.
From Lihue to Waimea $10.00
" " " Barking Sands 17.50
' Anahola 6.00
" " " Kalihiwai 12.00
" " " Haena 20.00
From Lihue to Koloa $ 5.00
'' " " Lawai 6.00
" " Kalaheo 7.00
" " Eleele 8.00
' Makaweli 9.00
" Hanalei 15.00
Drummers using Trucks for transportation of sample trunks, $10 and $15 per day and board to driver.
One and one-half fare for roond trip.
Some Descriptive Pointers
Waimea The Canyon,
derful scenic masterpiece,
accessible on horseback.
The Olokcle Ditch, great en
gineering feat amid cliffs and crags
of exquisite beauty, accessible by
carriage. The Russian Fort, on
the bluff overlooking the harbor,
an interesting relic. The Hana
pepe Falls, "Manawaiopuna," at
the head of the Hanapepe canyon
carriages go half-way, thence by
easy trail on horseback. The
Barking Sands at Nohili, an in
teresting freak of nature, excellent
roads for carriage.
The Marine Drive, Boating on
the Waihia river.
The Pole-line Trail, most in
teresting ride or tramp into the
A Califene Talk
PAPER & SUPPLY CO., LTD.
Fort and Queen Streets
GEO. G. GUILD, Vice-Pres & Mgr
Among the arrivals by the S
o. WUhelmina yesterday were
Mrs. J. J. Dickey of Omaha, and
her daughter. They will be the
guest of C. H. Dickey while in
the city. Mrs. Dickey is the widow
of the late J. J, Dickey, who, for
many years, was the superintend
ent of the Western Union Tele
graph at Omaha. She, with her
husband, visited Hawaii twenty
nine years ago, and spent several
weeks w i t h their relatives on
Sperry products for the house
wife, the trade, the best tliat's
The Philippine government,
through its bureau of education,
has taken an important step in the You very likely might not wish to
In these days, when one hears on
every hand complaints anient the
high cost of living, anything which
can in a measure reduce that high
cost is hailed with delight by the
thrifty housewife, provided this
can be done, -witnout attecting
either the health or welfare of her
One aid, at least, is being offer
ed the housewives of Kauai just
now, in Califene," the new
shortening medium, the use o f
which is being carefully demons
trated at the Lihue StoJe, from
March 26 to April 1st.
Califene is manufactured from
the very highest grade of cotton
seed oil, a vegetable oil, as you of
course know, to which is added
only sufficient beef fat, in, the form
of oleo stearine, the purest and
most nearly neutral of the animal
fats, to give it the necessary body
and consistency. It is practically
odorless and tasteless, and where
it is substituted for butter a slight
amount of salt must be used also.
AND this is where the great econ
omy comes in it can be used in
practically every place where butter
is usually called lor in cookery
industrial development ot the
people of the Islands. By establish
ing the School of Household In
dustries at Manila, the govern
ment hopes to introduce into the
homes several industries which
will add materially to tne income
of thousands of families. Several
hundred women from all parts of
the Philippines receive instruction
in special industries at the school
After finishing the course they
return to their native towns and
teach other women to make at
nome tilings tor wnicn mere is a
market. Embroidery and lace
making are receiving first atten
tion, since tne government sees
most direct commerical advantages
in these two arts.
Ain't afraid of roarin' li'ns.
Ain't afraid of bats,
Ain't afraid of ele-phants,
Ain't afraid of rats;
Ain't afraid of snarlin' dogs,
Ain't afraid of squirl's,,
Ain't afraid of guinea-pigs
But I am afraid of girls.
"Father," asked Bllie, "do
you knowthe greatest bet ever made
"No, dear; do you?"
Sure! The alphabet."
VOW F'EAD THE ADS
eat it on your hot waffles, or toast,
but in most other places, m cakes ,
muffins, salad dressing, gravies,
sauces and the like, it can be
substituted for butter i n almost
everv instance, and as a medium
for frying it cannot be surpassed.
Potato chips', fish balls, fritters of
all kinds, fried 03-sters, crullers,
croquettes, all are done to a turn,
and without any of that disagree
able greasiness which one is only
too apt to find when lard or beef
drippings are used.
But I Rtiess I have been leaving
out the most important considera
tion, and that is cost, Califene
costs less than half what cooking
butter costs. There's a big saving
right there, over 50 per cent, but
that is not all, for you don't have
to use a s much Califene; one
third less will do the work. Senior
class in arithmetic, please stand
up and tell us just how much sav
ing that really is on one single
pound of butter, and then com
pute what tne saving is in a week
or a month.
Ben Vickers of the Theo. Davies
Co., Honolulu, is again on the
island, having arrived last' Wed
Light, white, always right
Sperry Flour. tf.
Fresh Haa's Candy
By Parcels Post
Half pound boxes deliwed to any post office on Kauai
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This candy is taken lrom cold storage jusi uiu -mail
closes, and comes to you in llrst class condition.
BENSON, SMITH & CO. .
Box 426 Salt Attn!, Honolulu
JAMES W. BERGSTROM
88 King Street
Pipe and Reed Organs
Talking Machines. Victor and
New Hawaiian Records In Stock
THE VERY LATEST SHEET MUSIC
Let Us Do Your
LA UNDR Y
Territorial Messenger Service
The books which help you most
are those which make, yon think
most. The hardest way of learn
ing is by easy reading; but a great
book that comes from a great
thinker, is a ship of thought, deep
freighted with truth and with
Tears are softening 3howers,
which cause the seed of Heaven
to spring up in the human heart.
Don't brood over the past or
dream of the future; but seize the
instant and get your lesson from
The following passengers arrived
on Wednesday morning March
18. Miss F. E. Wiley, A. A. M.
Mc Bryde, C ha s. Sutton, H.
Reichelt, A. Menefolio, M. Jacob,
Mr. Byers, Mr. Brown, Mr. and
Mrs. Robt. Manthei, Master Man
thei.D. K. Hayseldon, A. E. Lu
cas. Mrs. M. R. Rapoza, Mrs. M.
I. Pavao and two infants, Miss M.
Pavao, Kong and wife, Mr. andt
Mrs. Teruya, K . Fujinioto. S.'
Hamamoto, MisG. Benjamin, Mr.
and Mrs. J. A. Combs and infant,
Miss. R. Puaoi, Miss. M. Puaoi,
W. H. Stuart, Ed. Wolters.