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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, lEB. 17, 1920
Wall & Dougherty Ltd.
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We' will pay postage on all orders of 50f and
over, except the following:
Mineral Waters, Bahy Foods, Glassware
and articles pf unusual weight and small
Non-Mailable: Alcohol, Strychnine,.
Rat poisons, Iodine, Ant poison, Mer
cury Antiseptic Tablets, Lysol, Car
bolic Acid, Gasoline, Turpentine, Ben
zine and all other poisonous or in
If your order is very heavy or contains much
liquid, we suggest that you have it sent by
Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd.
"Service Every Second"
The Rexal Store Box 426 Honolulu
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Dry Cleaning and Laundry Work
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"A COMPLETE TRUST SERVICE"
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ADVICE TO TEACHERS
(Continued from Pago 1)
really enjoy their work their Hearts
are not In it. The saddest tragedy of
all life is that of the man who is
bound down to a Job that he doesn't
like who finds his. work a mechani
cal, monotonous drudgery in which he
takes no interest and no pleasure. It
you feel that your teaching is work,
that you have got to do It because
you are being paid for it, theti it be
comes drudgery and you don't like
it. But if it is an interest, a sort of
play, a pleasure, then of course . it
comes easy. You rememuer now 10m
Sawyer persuaded the rest of the boys
that it was the greatest fun in the
world, to whitewash the fence, so that
they fairly bought up the privilege
from him, and he got the job done
without a hands turn on his part and
at a profit to himself. That is a very
illuminating illustration of the power
of suggestion. Satisfy yourself that
eaching is a drudgery, and it is a
drudgery sure enough. Satisfy your
self that it is a pleasure, a joy and it
tends to become that.
I was once playground director for
the New York schoolB, and Worked
hard all day keeping a thousand
children going, and happy, in a small
bit of a playground only big enough
for half that many children. Some of
the boys said to me, "Gee, but you're
a lucky guy. You have a good time
all day and then get paid for it!"
The teachers are lucky guys they
have a good time all day, and then
get paid for it!
4.. It leads to arrested development.
Take a boy out of school and put him
on the plantation, and he will grow
right along. At the end of ten or a
dozen years he will have broadened
and deepened in many ways. Take a
girl out of school and set her to teach'
ing the fifth grade, and she will stay
right there, teaching the fifth grade
to the end of the chapter.
Years ago OBler shocked the world
by his facetious contention that a
man bad done his best at 40 and that
he ought to be chloroformed at 60, in
justice to himeclf and to the world.
A careful investigation proves con
clusively that the decade of most con
spicuous mental ability is between
50 and 60, next to this comes 60 and
70, and next again, 40 to 50. The
conspicuous leaders in the great war
were all men along the 60s or over,
There is no reason in the world
why teachers should not grow in
power and efficiency all the while, up
to some such advanced age.
But to do so they must study. And
they must make the child the center
of this study. The teacher must
never rest on her oars she must coiv
stantly strive to perfect herself and
make herself more and more useful.
And she can do this. She has leis
ure time in abundance for that pur
pose, but she must plan that leisure
time to get the most out of it.
Now, in regard to recreation for
teacheM. With many teachers their
Recreation recreation consists in
walking home in the afternoon. That
doesn't make much red blood. With
others it ia reading very commend
able and very necessary but not
much good for physical rejuvination.
Then there is tatting, or other fancy
heedle-work the very worst possir
ble since it strains the nerves. Noth
ing is worse than except, of course,
The right kind of recreation for
teachers is such strenuous physical
games as lawn tennis, volley balU
golf, swimming, etc., and it ought to
be against the law to remain in the
school room after school hours.
de luxe Electric
Specially priced during the Holiday! at
Nickel-plated; guaranteed fur 10 years. A handsome,
practical iron that any woman h pioud to have and
use. A beautiful Christmas gift.
Lewers & Cooke, Ltd,
1G9-177 So. King Street
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Wholesale and Retail Itrocenes
Dry Goods of all Descriptions.
for immediate delivery
Koloa or Kalaheo
deliver' if desired
Kauai Railway Co.
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TIP TOP THEATRE
Kealia, Friday; Kilauea, Saturday;
,Told in the Hills"
"Told in the Hills"
Scmt,s Indians. Soldiers, nil the Wondrous Romance of t lie
West aw it was in the Dh.vh of the Pioneer.
1 st Chapter of "The CARTER CASE"
Weekly News Most Up to Date
WEDNESDAY, FEB. 18
BIG SPECIAL PRODUCTION
CARMEN OF THE KLONDIKE'
In 7 Reel of Film Greater than the Spoilers
Featuring Clada Williams. Most interesting Picture from Start to Finish. Resides other selected
Pictures. 1 'RICKS lfw. i.'c and f0e.
THURSDAY, FEB. 19
WILLIAM FOX PRESENTS
Cladys Brockwell in "Pitfalls of the Big City"
Depicting the struggle of a woman to come back.
Also A Two Reeler Weekly News Most Up to Date
FRIDAY, FEB. 20
13th Chapter of "THE TIGER'S TRAIL"
with Ruth Roland
Weekly News Most Up to date
SATURDAY, FEB. 21
ADOLPII ZIKOR PRESENTS
"THE WITNESS FOR THE DEFENSE"
GUILTY? Would that he the verdict? Her beast of a husdand murdered, the circum.stanceR all
against her, her love and ho;e shattered. What did it matter what the verdict would bo? Then
came t Lie surprise ?
Also A Two Reeler --Weekly News Most up to date
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SUNDAY FEB. 22
MAURICE JOCRNER PRESENTS
"THE LIFE LINE"
The gaily attired huntsmen, following the hounds s.vecp through the gypsy eamp. The eye of
Royston is attracted to Laura, a beautiful gypsy maiden, who lies sunning herself as he passes.
He stops to talk to her and invites her to come secretly to Cragnest that evening to see him. She
consented. And then Romany Rye returns.
12th Chapter of Eddie Polo In "The Lure jf the Circus"
Weekly News Up to Date
Dealers in General Merchandise
American Factors Paints
AmFac Red Label Coffee
Yale Lock & Hardware
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