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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, APRIL, 29, 1913
THE GARDEN ISLAND
TUESDAY APRIL 29tli. 1913.
. Issued-Every Tuesday.
Entered at the post office at
Llhue, Kauai, as second-class
Subscription Ratks $2.50 Pek
year, 1.50 for six months
Advertising Rates, 75 Cents
An Inch Per Month.
E. B. Bridgewater, Editor
K. C. Hopper, Manager
The new tariff puts paper and
sugar on the free list. This surely
ought to allow us to print a sweet
Ye Editor got insulted last week
Some one sent him a card adver
tising a benutifier for the com
President Wilson has appoint
ed an editor ambassador to En
gland. We fellers are always ready
to respond to our country's call
when it needs us or we need the
Uncle Sam is going to recog
nize the new republic of China.
Perhaps he might recognize the
republic of Mexico, but Mexico
has been shooting itself up so
much lately, that it is unrecognizable.
The postmaster general has
issued orders that all postmasters
must work at least eight hours a
day; But this doesn't scare Ye
Editor off the Hanamaulu post
office trail for he works almost
twelve hours a day on his present
"Does Morgan and Standard
Oil control newspapers?" is the
headline in a contemporary. Don't
know whether thev "does" or not,
but it is a cinch somebody should
control our contemporary's gram
mar. They don't control The
Garden Island, but we are not
prepared to say positively, with
out due consideration cf the
matter, that they might control it
i f the proper influences were
brought to bear on us. Still the
inducements would have to reach
about six figurcS. We are no cheap
hold the next semi-annual conven
tion at Kapaa again,
Mr. J. M. Kaueakua, Program
Committeeman and general direc
tor, proved a live wire, and to him
is due much credit for the success
ful way in which the convention
M r . Opio, former supervisor
from Kapaa, was head epicurean.
He was not only a liberal con
tributor to the provision store, but
was himself in general charge of
the dining hall.
Mr. and Mrs. P. N. Kahokuo-
luna of Maui were guests of the
Kauai Association during its
Our reporter has not at
tempted to write everything in detail.
In his write-up on the Big Sun
day School Exhibition, he has
mentioned only those classes whose
work had special features. In
justice to all the classes, however,
he wants it said, that every Sun
day School class did extremely
Now Read the Ads.
me demand tor emcient men
is greater than the supply and it
is only natural that the underpaid
teacher will soon leave the pro-
fi:;.n fnr ;n.ni nllipr n i nr. Itirn-
tive position. The man who makes'
a good teacher would have made a
good lawyer, a good doctor, or a
good man at anything else he may
have undertaken to do. In many
places in the country the teacher
is hired for one year and at the
close of that year some one else
will be chosen in his place while
he may take his pack and his sack
and seek another school elsewhere.
This kind of treatment mav be
well and good for tramps but it
will never develop a rare of effi
Our Buildings Set Style
The state of Iowa is conduct
ing an open-air scnooi in connec
tion with the Oakdale Sanitarium
m r . . - w
MINNEAPOLIS, MINN. A lieW
open-air school has been opened in
the Bancroft school buildinc. The
attendance 'is about twenty but it
is expected the number will even
tually reach thirty-five or forty.
Fresno, Cal. Three open-air
school buildings will be erected by
the board of education.
.buffalo, jn . Y . aii open-air
school is to be established i n
Schopl No. 18. The school is for
ine Deneni oi cnuuren who are
threatened with tuberculosis and
all candidates must be exam
ined by the medical inspectors to
ascertain whether they are suffer
ing from a contagious disease.
Alletown, Pa, An open-air
school ' will b e established next
San Jose, Cal. A six-room pen
air school is to be erected for the
high school. -The contract price
was 51 ,497 .
Reducing Income Unwise
Can jye afford to reduce the
salaries ef teachers? Compare their
wages with the earnings of other
professional men office holders
clerks, bookkeepers, the artisans
and craftsmen of the various trades
and see if they are paid too much
The man or woman who is quali
fied to teach school is also qualified
to do other kinds of work. To hire
ant duty of a board of education, I
and to retain them it is necessary .
to pay a salary commensurate with
that paid in other lines where the
ability required is equal to that
required for teaching.
income tax rates hxed at.l per
cent for all corporation incomes
abjuve S5000; 1 per cent on persoii
al incomes from $4000 to $20,000
2 per cent from $20,000 to $.(),
000: 3 per cent from $5,000 to
$1000,000; 4 percent above $3100
TT O T-Trtwlt ntlrl tvifrt n t
among the Kinau passengers arm
ing tomorrow morning.
Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Wilcox
will arrive from Honolulu to
morrow morning on the Kinau.
Mrs. J. Dougherty of Honolulu
arrived on the Kinau last Wed
Continued from page 1.
New Fall Models of 22
W THE MPROITD rtONT LACCD g
have most beautiful artistic
lines. You owe it to your
self to see them, to try on
a suitable model and bring
out the best lines your
Comfort, style, exquisite
materials and superior
workmanship combine to
the most satisfactory and
well fitting corset of today.
& j &
N. S. SACHS
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WH ' WEDDING lS I
Our stock of articles
suitable for Wedding and
Anniversary presents was
personally selected by us,
with, w e believe, a full
knowledge of the tastes of
our custoumers. We have
dainty bits in gold, silver
and' glass as well, rich
beautiful articles in fasci
nating variety. ,
We pack ALL articles
so that they can be shipped
without danger of injury o r
to be .used by
Machine & Automobile
Geo. A. Bertram, Proprietor.
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Mr. W. H. Stewart, of the Honolulu
Electric Company, is now and will be for
some time, located at the Fairview Hotel,
and will be pleased to quote you on electric
wiring and fixtures, generating plants and
all other electrical appliances,
find him by ringing up 22 L.
ELECTRICAL REPAIR WORK
There isn't too hard or too big a repair job in these
Islands, from the largest plantation or mill eduippment
down to the tiniest fixture, chat we can't do and do
well. "If tt's Electrical, we can fix it." Unusual
facilities, expert men, the "know how," and sympathy
with the work. Write, wire or come to the office about
your electrical troubles: we'll do the job.
Hawaiian Electric Co.
Let the first ball pitched this season be a
Goldsmith Official League Baseball
and after that youwont want any other.
Official with the Big Leagues, and adopt
ed by the Oahu League. Nuf Sed!
In quantities from
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iff me clscq vs?4
If you attend any of the
big college camts vou will find
that the ball almost invariahlv
used is the REACH OFFICIAL
AMERICAN LEAGUE HALL
College men won't have
but the BEST that's why they
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College men l.noiv loo tlmi tiic r.ench Hall lias Wn o loud y tli-Amcrlcuncaeiiiii-rteiiyecru,
omlls lac Cfiiclil LeiiMie I Ixo other
uu.i uii i-c u,ai in uny .,cu;uc ;anic. IT ICC every WJicrc $!.-.
Tis Kcach Irndf-mark oa all Sporltnfl Good .is a guarantee tl o-.aWv-11 r.i? arw satlj
Jact'.on. a new article or your money back (except on lialls auJ 3it miJir $... .
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f1 S berlts. Schedules, record!, &c. 10 ceuu at dealer' or t u.ull.
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Lid.
for the Territory of Hawaii
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I Waimea Sta
Up-to-date Livery, Draying and Hoarding Stable and Auto-
2 Livery Business.
I AUTOMOBILE STAGE-LINE
j BETWEEN LIHUE and KEKAHA
Leaving Lihtie every Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
a Leaving Kekaha every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
I ARRIVING AT THEIR DESTINATION IN THREE HOURS
J W. WEBER Manager.
Telephone 4 W Waimea P. O. Box 48
Let Us Do Your
LA UNDR Y
Territorial Messenger Service
good teachers is the most import