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THE GARDEN ISLAND. TUESDAY DEC. 2, 19193
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The One store In Honolulu
Thnt Sells Dependable Shoe
Our mail order department
is always at your service
Our shoe repair department
is the best in the cily
It pays to hare your old
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'a soles nml hools sewed.... $2.25
TVholo solos and hools sowed 3.25
All Work Guaranteed
Don't Lose Sight!
of the fju't thiit I have a
at your service
My personal guarantee
goes willi all the work
done, backed up by a rep
utation, gained during 25
years on the islands, for A
FA Hi AND 8 QUAKE
If your eyes trouble you,
or you need to change your
glasses, come and consult me.
For appointments, write
S. E. LUCAS
I CALIFORNIA FEED CO
Hay, Grain- and Chicken
t Sole Agents for
International Mock. Poultry Food
mid other sveialties. Arahio for
1 cooling Iron Kooi's. IVtalumn In-
cubator and Brooders.
King's SrnciAu Chick Food
C P. O. Box 452. Honolulu
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In Main Building T
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Cuisine unexcelled in country
W. H. Rice, Jr.,
"We have not studied
cost nor economy as
we should, either as
organizers of indus-
try, statesmen, or as
But there is yet time
to start to save and
that time is NOW;
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Bishop & Company
W!WEI, E RAN C H
Dr. Kemps Address
(Continued from page 1)
the city of San Francisco has the very
worst school system In the United
States, and one of the worst In the
world a veritable quagmire of poli
ties, intrigue and inefficiency. You
know doubtless that the superintend
ent of schools was formerly leader of
an orchestra, without knowledge or ex
perience in education, and utterly un
fit for the position.
One of the valuable services render
ed by the bureau is the publication of
bulletins on all matters connected with
education, for free distribution
throughout the country. One of these,
tor instance, gives the bibliography of
education, practically an inventory of
all that has been published on educa
tion, not only in book form, but mag
azine articles as well. Such a work is
of immense value.
The reports of the school surveys
are also published by the bureau, and
are of great value.
As an outcome of the studios which
have been made by the bureau a radi
cal reorganization of the schools is a
thing of the near future indeed is
already in process. What is known as
the 6-3-3 plan Is growing in favor, and
will doubtlessly be universally adopted.
You are probably familiar with the
plan. Instead of eight grammar grades
followed by the high school, there will
be six grammar grades, followed by
throe junior high school and three
more of senior high school. This will
develop a much more evenly balanced
course, and will result In far more
children keeping on into the higher
grades of education.
There is just one other point that
I want to emphasize in this connection
and that is the development and train
ing of leaders. Intelligent leadership
is the fundamental need of a Democ
racy such as ours, and the schools
must produce it. Democratic educa
tion is something new to the world.
Away back in 1601. to be sure, Massa-
chusets established free schools In
order that men might be able to read
the Bible and become intellignet citi
zens. But the Idea took root slowly,
and the public schools fell into such
neglect that a heavy fine was imposed
on counties which failed to keep up
their schools, and only when the fines
outran the teachers' salaries did the
system become effective.
In the American Constitution there
30x3i; CI Ratavia. list 21. 7.
is not a word about education. There
was a very general public Indifference
to it as a public policy and a public
necessity. The feeling was that it was
a matter of individual responsibility.
,-lf you want your children educated,
do It yourself. Why should you look
to me to help you?"
H took 60 years of effort to get free
public schools, and only as late as
the time of the Civil War was a gener
al course of study inaugurated, an ar
bitrary and inelastic affair a sort of
single track line that everyone had to
travel wherever they might want to
go. hTere are some people, even in
these modern and enlightened days,
who worship the ocurse of study. Ref
erence has been made to the Golden
Treasure Readers, which I understand
that you have been using for some
years, and I gather that you have
been required to bow down to it, and
have not dared to whisper a word of
criticism of it lest the Heavens fall
This is all wrong and should not be.
Trained teachers are abundantly able
to think for themselves and should be
encouraged to do so, and should not
be expected to stand in fear and trem
blinb before any course of study, and
it should not be .so dominant and so
ironbound that jt cannot be modified
to meet tha requirements of special
conditions, or so conservative that it
cannot be improved. Take, for in
stance, the teaching of arithmetic. I
can well believe that for you, anyway,
it might be well to cut out about half
of what you are trying to teach and
limit your efforts to the practical re
quirements of everyday life, and be
content to require accuracy and speed
in them, and let the rest go.
In conclusion I would emphasize the
very vital importance of the problems
Involved in the Americanization of
your very diverse and somewhat back
ward population. They will be diffi
cult problems, but not by any means
impossible of solution. The city of
Chicago, for instance, has a much
greater diversity of population than
you have, and a vastly larger mass of
undigested elements, and even it is
not an impossible problem.
Teach the ideals of freedom. School
them in civics, not by tearing to pieces
some little manual of civics, not in de
tail, but in spirit, and emphasize the
great fundamental principles of our
national being and our national dis
tinction, and then we may look to the
future with confidence that our de
mocracy will prove itself all that our
fathers have dreamed.
Bargain Sale on Auto Tires.
Clean them away to make room for new
A saving from I 5 percent to 30 percent for
two Weeks only.
Beginning Thursday the 4th. Take your choice
of anv Tires in this Store during the week of
Dec. the 4th to 18th.
Eor Cash Only. No Reservations. No Tires can be Returned or Ex
changed. 33x4 SS Kantslip Tread. Kelly Sj.ringrield. sell atnet $35.S5
32x4 SS 1. S. Royal Cords, list 52.10. sell at net 44.ro
33x4 SS I". S. Royal Cords, list. 53.45. sell at net 45.70
f!4x4 SS 1. S. Royal Cords, list 54.!5. sell at net 40.70
ooxtlo SS P. S. Royal Cords, list O.'!.40. sell at net 54.20
35x5 SS l S. Royal Cords, list 70.S5. sell at net
37x5 SS 1. s. Royal Cords, list S0.45. sell at net
32x3 i2 SS l S. Royal Cords, list 41.i. sell at net
30x3 CI P. S. Chain Tread, list 17.0.".. sell at Let
30x3io CI l. S. Chain Tread. list 22.2. sell at net
30x3 CI Ratavia. list 17.07. sellai Let
t-U a; net
list 33.S. sell at net
32x31 2 SS Ratavia. list 25.34. sell at net
32x4 SS Ratavia. list 34.5. sell at Let
30x3 CI Keystone, list 17. 0. m-U at Let
?.0x3i2 01 Keystone, list 22.71. tll at Let
33x4 SS Keystone, list 37.4'.. sell at Let
30x3 CI Mohawk Non-Skid, list irj.oo. sell at
30x32 CI Mohawk Non-Skid, list 2:.v.. sell at Let
Come early or Phone to 104 W
Goodyear Erecting Big
Plant in Los Angeles
California Company Will Have
Capacity of 7.500 Tires a Day; Cot
ton Mills Will Have .11.000 Spin
dles and Weekly Capacity of
7.50,000 Pounds of Fabric. Will
Employ ;00 Worker.
A signilicant and momentous
announcement was recently made
by The Goodyear Tire & Rubber
Company in making public its
plans for the organization of The
Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company
of California and the Pacific Cot
ton Mills Company. The California
Company is capitalized at ?-(,-000.000
ami the Cotton Mills cap
italized at .5.000.000. Four hun
dred eighty acres have been pur
chased for the site of the new
plant and work will soon be under
way. It is expected that the new
factory will be operation some
time next year.
Goodyear will spend 4.000.000
on the California Goodyear plant
and SI. ."00.000 on the Cotton Mills.
In addition to this large tract of
land to be known as "Goodyear
Park." will be laid out similar to
Goodyear Heights. Akron. O.
Landscape architects will super
vise" the improvement of the
ground and in all there will be
eight hundred houses built, so
that the new Park will be one of
the most beautiful district sections
in Los Angeles.
The California rubber plant will
have a capacity of 7.500 tires a
day. Together the two Companies
will employ 7.000 workers.
The cotton plant will have 33.-
000 spindles, a capacity of 75.000 j
pounds of cord fabric and 75.000 1
pounds of woven fabric a week!
with an annual business approxi
Kubber that was formerly sliip-j
pod almost half way around thej
world in urder to reach the com-
pany's factory in Akron, can now;
be brought in through Los Ange
les.. The new cotton mills are con
veniently located near the com
pany's great Arizona Cotton Plan
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0 When in Honolulu
pi . slop at
Running water In every
singly or with baths; conuonaoie dciu
close to best restaurants and all car
lines. Highest class service.
Centrally located la Ult theatre
J. F. CHILD,
or under it either!
And the rim is wide enough for a comfortable set!
The edge is nearer the floor so the kiddies can climb in and out
of if easily without danger of falling.
It's built into the floor and walls. No dirt or moisture can get
behind or underneath it.
Honolulu Iron Works Co.
Waimea Stables, Ltd.
The most famous Garage on Kauai The near
est place to get transportation to
The Barking Sands, Olokele Canyon,
Waimea Canyon, Kokee Camps,
Kukuiolono Park, etc.
Do Business all over the Island of Kauai
Our Autos are comfortable, our Drivers are
Reliable and have been with us for years, and
know every inch of the country.
We Rent Ford Cars Without Drivers.
We have good Riding Horses, accustomed to the
work. We do Praying and Hauling by Trucks
all over the Island We run the Stage Line
between Lihue and Kckaha three round trips
per week. .
ALFRED GOMEZ, Manager.
Telephone 43 WAIMEA I O. Box 71
you can get almost any variety of
loaded glass required for any
building. Reveled Glass. Art.
Plain or Colored for doors and
Leaded Art Glass
Call or wrile for
Lewers & Cooke, Ltd.
Lumber and UniMing MiilniaU h!0 177 So. King Street
and soopalag ecalers.
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