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THE GARDEN ISLAND. TUESDAY. MAR. 2, 1920
THE GARDEN ISLAND
Issued Every Tuesday
KENNETH C. HOPPER
HOW TO ESCAPE THE FLU
;Of course everyone wants to
nvoiil the Hit, and would like to
know liow to do it. It conies like
a hand out of the dark, just how
and when, no one seems to know.
JlUt there are some simple pre
cautious which will certainly les
sen the danger of contracting the
disease, and will probably save us
Avoid all unnecessary contact
with those who have it, or who
may carry it. Avoid those crowd
ed or congested places where it is
likely to be found. Avoid unsani
tary and ill-ventilated rooms and
quarters which are favorable to its
development and nurture.'
Take advantage of all the fresh
air possible, and live as much as
possible in the open. Ie careful of
eating with unwashed hands. The
bacilli are probably all about us
on things which we touch. The
hand-to-mouth infection is now
recognized as one of the most com
mon avenues of disease.
Keep yourself in the best possi
ble physical condition, so that you
may hi! able to throw off the in
And finally, if you have any
symptoms, however slight, espee
ially fever, seek medical assistance
immediately. It may be only
trifling indisposition, but it may
be the worst form of flu. You cau'
afford to take chances with sue
an epidemic on.
mguage school ine complete
ranslation ' of foreign language
newspaper articles. The prohibi-
ion of sales of land or long term
leases to aliens. The employment
f citizens only on public works or
in public oflice.
These demands, reasonable
nough in themselves, are being
GUARD OUR DOORS
We beg to call attention to one
or two of the planks in the Anieri
can Legion platform for Hawaii
The elimination of the foreign
more and more emphasized by the
trend of things in this Territory,
and more and more is public opin
ion crystalizing along these lines.
We believe the American Legion
speaks for the American public in
We have thrown our doors open
much too widely, and much too in
discriminately in times gone by,
and we have got to set our bauds
to the work of restriction now, if
we would preserve and protect
American ideals and institutions.
We had better close the door, or
at any rate get an effective hold on
it, while we can, or the day will
come when we cannot.
THE SPIRIT OF THE LEAGUE
The recent convention of the
American Legion in Honolulu has
Emphasized one lesson which we
may well take note of. There was
just one party, just one purpose,
just one goal. That was 1Q0
Americanism. If there was any
minority it was immediately
swept into 1 lie majority.
No personal or private ends and
no private ambitions were in evi
donee. There was no lobbying or
wire-pulling for office. The con
volition laid hands on the man it
wanted and he was glad to render
Let political parties take note.
There is a new spirit abroad, and
a new factor in the situation
which will carrv a vast deal of
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Reading for the Schools
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will not touch the heavier reading.
Following is the list of books r
1. John Martin's Book 14 copies.
2. Little Folks 1 copy.
3. St. Nicholas 8 copies.
1. Work and Play In Nos.
2. Snip and Snap and the Billy Goat.
3. Snip and Snap and the Parrot.
4. Oriole Stories.
5. Mother Carey.
6. Ivfar.t Reader.
7. A First Reader Sp. and Bryce.
S. A Fiist Reader Sp. and Bryce.
0. Goldcn Treasury Primer.
10. batch T.vins Primer.
11. Little Black Sambo.
12. Little Black Sambo.
13. The Tale of Squirrel Nutkin.
14. The Tale of Mr. Jeremy Fisher.
15. The Over All Boys.
16. Wee Peter Pug.
47. Willie Mouse.
IS. Our Pet's ABC.
19. Nursery Land.
20. Puzzle Pictures.
21. Our Peep Show.
22. Peter Rabbit's Painting Book.
23. Rhymes for Kindly Children.
24. Animal Book.
25. Our Dog Friends.
26. Two Little Kittens.
27. Dodge's Green Picture Book.
28. Animal Land.
29. Folder of Animals.
30. Folder of Animals.
31. A B of Horses.
32. Six Pages of Mother Goose.
33. Six Pages of Mother Goose.
34. Eight Pages of Mother Goose.
35. Mother Goose Nursery Rhymes.
36. Little Jack Horner.
37. Mother Goose Nursery Rhymes.
38. Mother Goose Jingles.
B9. Six Pages of Animals.
40. Whose Little Dog are You?
41. Four Pages of Cat Rhymes. .
42. Baby Kangaroo and Lilly Lamb.
43. Chinese Mother Goose Rhymes
44. Blue Coops and Red.
4G. Home Songs for Little Darlings.
47. A Book of Best Poems.
48. The Raggedy Man.
Books of Stories
49. A Third Reader Sp. and Bryce.
50. Billy Robin and His Neighbors.
51. Gingers and Pickles.
52. The Dutch Twins.
53. Little Folks of Many Lands.
64. Best Stories from the Best Book.
55. Young Robin Hood.
56. Daddy Takes Us Skating.
57. The Children's Tennyson.
58. The Children's Dickens.
59. The Little Princes.
60. Spring Blossoms.
61. The Jolly Books.
62. A Nobody's Nonsense.
63. Red Riding Hood.
64. The Boy Scout.
65. Mother Days and Mother Ways.
06. Caldwells" Boys and Girls at
67. Art and Literature Readers, Book
68. Merry Tales.
09. Con, the Wizard.
70. Captain Jack.
71. Hindu Tales.
72. The Hole Book.
73. Japanese Fairy Tales 1st Series.
74. Japanese Fairy Tales 2nd Scries.
75. Cat Tales.
76. Second Fairy Reader.
77. Peter and Polly.
78. Young Folks Entertainments.
79. Little Folks of Many Lands.
80. Dog Tales.
81. Hop O'my Thumb.
82. Another Fairy Reader.
83. Grimn's Bobblins.
84. The Brown Fairy Book.
85. Vol. I Fairy Tales.
86. Vol. II Fairy. Tales.
87. Vol. I Grimn's Fairy Tales.
88. Vol. II Grimn's Fairy Tales.
89. The Book of Tables.
90. The Book cf Folk Stories.
91. The Sleeping Beauty.
92. Jack and the Beanstalk.
93. The Fairy Reader.
94. Andersen's Fairy Tales.
95. Little Ellie and the Talking Bear.
96. Puss in Boots.
97. In Fairy Land.
98. Andersen's Fairy Tales.
99. Grimn's Fairyf Tales.
100. Hans Christian Andersen Storie3.
101 Little Lord Fauntleroy.
102. Sara Crerve.
103. The Spring Cleaning.
104. The Tales of Mr. Tod.
105. Little Lame Prince.
100. Little Ume Prince.
107. Black Beauty.
108. Little Brady's Dotty Dimple.
109. A Short Cruise.
110. Bandit J'm Crow.
111. Aunt Martha's Comer Cupboard.
112. The Dairy of a Mouse. j
113. Uncle Tom's Cabin. j
114. Alice's Adventures in Wonderland
115. Sky Island.
116. Young Robin Hood.
117. Dorothy and the Wizard of Oz.
118. Robinson Crusoe.
119. Jolly Jaunts with Jim.
120. Robinson Crusoe.
121. The Magpie Aeroplane.
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