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THE OARDKN ISLAND TUESDAY. DECEMBER 29, 1914,
The New Dome
Black Kid. Dull Calf, and Rus
sia Calf. On a new medium
round, easy fitting last. Snap
py enough for the young men
and at the same time quiet
enough in style for the older
Manufacturer's Shoe Store
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Haas's Delicious Candy
BENSON, SMITH & CO., LTD.
Assorted Chocolates and lion Hons ti'ic per pound; SI.:
two pounds. Milk Chocolates, "Uc small box; SI .00
lare box.. Xd liaitfc for postal?1.
Up-to-date Livery, Draying and Boarding Stable a d Auto
nuXJulLu 01 Mil
BETWEEN LIHUE and KEKAHA
Leaving Lihne every Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
tTTrrTTifc-Kc-kaha every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
ARRIVING AT THEIR DESTINATION IN THREE HOURS
W. WEBER Manager.
Telephone 4 W
P. O. Box 48
Th? historic i! settings we have
seen, such as Lee's surrender at,
Appomatox, Signing the Etnaiici-'
pation Proclamation, and scenes
from the French Revolution,'
doubtless have some educational
value to the young. Although they
are so poorly illustrate 1, we be-,
licve nevertheless, that a child who;
has seen these pictures, can be !
more easily taught, and with imnli i
greater inierest, those subjects con j
neeted with those scenes, than he
could if hi h id never seen them.j
Many teachers, in trviug to cm !
plain to their pupils about certain j
phases of life in America, especial- 1
lv illustrated by pictures of the,
west, fire departments, passenger j
trams, city streets and imiui mtis.
una many oilier tilings wnicn tin:
children could not possiblv know
about, the teacher will sec tne!
hands go up, and the sparkle r.f
the eve, as the boy tells that the
thins has been seen by himself in :
the moving pictures. ;
Another educational help is the'
attempt of the children as well is
older persons, in trying to read the J
explanations which precede t h e
pictures themselves. This must j
be done ciuito rapidly in order to
get a full understanding of the
matter to be illustrated.
So we can see some of the dan
gers, and some of the benefits that
go with the picture show as it now
exists. That the possibilities of
its usefulness are verv great indeed
cannot lie gainsaid, and thev are
being very rapidly, and forcibly,
emphasized by many educational
non.reis or me eastern cities ot our
country, who are using, and in-,
creasing facilities, to educate both'
young and eld, bv pictures relat
ing to better habits of life, im
proved health conditions, as well
as illustrations of industries, r.m!
Now, what can we do toward;
improving existing conditions on
our own island? 1
I believe the appointing of per
sons to iiivc-slir.''e the mitaie i"
the pictures in different localities, i
may help a little, although that
person may not visit many ot the!
Here's a Percolator at
a price within every
Now have Better Coffee.
M A N I" V A C T I R K K S ' AGKNT
KAUAI tORRES"ONDENCE INVITED
Office: Hav.'AHAN IIotkl
P. O. Box 524 HONOLULU
As the year- is drawing
to a close, we thank our
patrons for their good will
and support during the year
1914 and wish them a
Prosperous and Happy
i;: Hi lHUE: SlQRg
p.i GcneivU Merchandise
snows, a id nis report at our meet-1
defective, or j
en if he has no report at rdl.lfl
icwrit't of this paper l;as al-jj
. .1 . . i . 11 i i .
y parries , -t
, who have j
The New Year
Hawaiian pictorial calendars are
ill the rage just now. The 1915
( .calendars are beauties. Kauai or
ders promptly and carefully filled.
Arleigh'jS Crossroads Bookshop.
' ' Advt.
Tlie statement in last week's
paper to the effect that Miss Elsie
Wilcox had charge of the Christ
mas tree exercises of the Hawaii
an Sunday School was an error,
v Mrs. Ralph Wilcox, superintend
ent of the Sunday School, con
ducted the happy affair.
Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Baldwin,
Makaweli, entertained a large par
even if h
ready been called urxni 1 v
interested in the shows
had a kind of apology ior the poor
quality of past shows, and hr.ve
given slrorrg assurance that the
future would see much better
selections of films. This took place
without any criticism nn mv part (3
whatever, and I believe it simply ! ij.
followed from the fact that some- j jj
oire had been appointed to investi
gate the matter. I jj
I Ire wr iter was also told that
certain Japanese pictures were of a
very low order of morality, inde
cent, and everything but fit for
civilized people to witress. But
upon visiting the next Japanese
show that came- to town, 1 failed
to see anything that could be call- ;
ed unfit from a moral point of view. I P
But a more practical nutkod ofiy
using this educational force fur ; j-'
great good has presented itse lf to j jj
lire, although how the elc tails of
the plan would work out cannot be t
lold at the present time. I have in P
rnirrel communication with edit- f
cational bureaus in the east toil,
learn the expense of hiring some
of their educational films, and if;f!
we can secure the support ot sever-1
al large schools, eir communities f,
on the island, might be able to
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
ii lei i eu air
ty ot trienels at ftinuer Lluitma privilege to see some real educative .
afternoon. The sarrre evening Mr. pictures, at small cost, and per-j
and Mrs. E. A. Knridsen had a- haps some principals would give,
bm,t tbb-tv :,t ,li,,n,.r nftlwir l',.. ! the ii pupils a flee ente i taimr.eiit
if the txp.nc were not too great .
The op.iator of a machine in a
the. .tie re::r our school has said
J. I. Silva wishes to extend to all of his
friends sincere thanks for their patronage
at Eleele Store, Homesteads and Hana
pepe during 1914, and to wish them all
A Happy and Prosperous New Year.
Return, or after Christmas Gifts and New
Year's Presents are now in order.
A full line of staple articles and many
items in novelties from which to select
It is reported that Cautai::
Vouugren, so w-ll known on Ka
uai from frequent visits to I'ort
Allen, has been promoted to be
captain of the big M.itson liner
Manoa. The Mauoa probably ar
rived in Honolulu this morning.
thrt be v .
m.'.e Ii' ire the actual ex
running it, e.iii.-'i would
This plan although --i
'. J A ?Q
definite at the present time.
believe has great pos-Mbi'itics if it
could be succc.-s'Jit"v carri dcut,
. C. B. MoKM'. - j '