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77 TOT GARDEN -tSLAKl. TUESDAY, MAR. 16, lf20
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Safe for Baby-
The milk that baby drinks must be
absolutely pure. No precautions are
too great to assure this purity.
We recommend that you feed
to your baby, for Cornation Milk is
pure. It has been sterilzied.
All Grocers have it or can get it
Henry May & Co., Limited
Wholesale Distributors Honolulu
Tells the story anyone
$19 26 an everyay camera that
I deluding w.rux) is thoroughly reliable
Careful attention to mail orders
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.
Kodaks - Films - Finishing - Framing
1059 Fort St.
COME TO HAWAII'S MISSIONS CENTENNIAL
April 11 to 19
Make thib store your headquarter
CHANG H1NG KEE
I TUT TC UADMUCC CUAD
t Back of Garden Island Office
Harness and Saddle Maker, Automobile
Tops and General Repair Work.
Our specialty is cleaning and renovating
of rare laces. Expert Operators.
J. ABADIE, Prop.
Let the Children enjoy themselves! The little frocks
can be washed repeatedly in Crystal White Soap without
It is so easy to squeeze the sudsy foam of Crystal White
through them. Hardly any rubbing and out they come
as beautiful as the day they were purchased.
IF WATER ALONE WON'T HARM A
FABRIC . CRYSTAL
Your grocer has it order a half dozen cakes to-day.
New Hampphire la taking drastic
measures for Americanization. Employ
ers are forbidden to employ young per
sons between the. ages of 16 and 21
who are unable to use the English
language, unless they are enrolled in
an Americanization school and possess
a certificate of attendance. And to
make good in this latter respect they
must attend 36 weeks a year. Some
such ordinance might have a salutory
FOR SERVICE IN
Kauai's ex-soldiers may be Interest
ed to know that the National War
Work Council of the Y. M. C. A. has
made an appropriation of two million
dollars for free aducatlonal service to
soldiers, sailors and marines. This plan
provides 46,000 free scholarships for
ez-servlce men, and also provides re
construction lecture course and oc
cupational guidance and employment
service. A fourth feature of the plan
is the Americanization work, which
will be conducted in industrial com
munitles where the foreign population
Not less than 30,000 scholarships
will be offered in correspondence
courses, covering a wide variety of
subjects, in an effort to reach the
very large number of ex-service men
I n rural communities, including
Small cities, towns and villages,
Inhere there are no Y. M. C. A.
schools, and instruction Is most diffi
cult to obtain.
Approximately seventy percent of
the 4,800,000 men under arms during
the war came from rural communi
ties. ' Accordingly, a curriculum ap
pealing to men In rural communi
ties has been prepared, including
courses In soils and fertilizers, farm
crops, breeding and feeding of live
stock, dairy farming, poultry hus
bandry, productive orcharding, mar
ket gardening, .citrus fruit raising
and farm management. In addition
to this there will be correspondence
courses in mechanical, commercial
i .1. ;
and engineering subjects.
' The correspondence courses will
form a new department of "Y" educa
tional work, and will be under the
direction of J. Foster Hill, director of
correspondence courses in France.
The scholarships will be awarded
discharged service men, Americans
who served with the Allies, or sons
of Americans who died In service
during the world war, and are offered
with no restriction other than the
man's ability to carry through the
educational program for which he ap
plies. In addition to the correspon
dence courses, 16,000 scholarships
will be available In Y. M. C. A. ' or
other accredited schools, and 200 j in
the nation's largest colleges and uni
versities. ' !
Applicants who qualify for free
scholarships may enroll in either cor-
repondence courses or local night
schools. A limited number of schol
arships are available in technical
schools and universities. These last
will be awarded by the Territorial
committee of the Y. M. C. A. !
For men Interested in agriculture,
courses in Farm Management, and
soils and Fertilizers are now ready.
In addition applications may now be
received for rural engineering courses,
such as, Concrete Construction for
the Farm, Farm Water Supply, Farm
Drafting, Farm Drainage and Chemis
try of Farm Practice.
The aim of the Y. M. C. A. Educa
tional Service for demobilized, men is
to reach the greatest possible number
of ex-service men ambitious to con-
tlnue their education, and who show
earnestness to comlete the courses
for which they desire to enroll. The
courses are also available to others
not former service men at standard
prices. , i
Among the regular Y. M. C. A, cor
respondence courses for which free
scholarships are being awarded are
included electrical and mechanical
drawing, steam, civil and structural
(engineering, commerce, pure an ap
plied mathematics and such miscel
laneous courses as refrigeration.
farm motors and thirty courses in
Information concerning the Home
Study courses may be had by com
municating with Mr. Warner, secre
tary of the local Y or with Philip Rice
of Kauai Post No. 2 of the American
Free service to ex-soldiers, to a
limited extent. Is offered by the Kau-I
ai Y. M. C. A. night schools as a part 1
of this plan. Kauai's portion of this
educational fund is available only
tor soldiers actually taking some
study-through the local Y.-M. C. A.
Additional. w information together
with latest -bulletins and pamphlets
may . be (obtained by writing Exten
sion Division, United Y. M. C. A
Schools, 347 Madison Ave., New York.
THE C03T OF LIVING
The Bureau of Labor Statistics at
Washington has been engaged for
some time past in making up an esti
mate of the cost of living in Washing
ton, as a basis of suitable salary for
This may be considered the Ameri
can standard of living. For a family
of five, parents and three children
the budget at market prices, as of
August, 1919, was $2,262,47. This is tor
bare living, makes no provision for
servants and does not include any sav
ing for old age or a rainy day. 1 1
TEACHERS SALARIES lj
J. I. SILVA, Prop.
ALWAYS LEADS IX LOWEST PRICES ON
Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes,
Mens Furnishings, Cigars and
Tobacco, Notions of all kinds.
MAIN STORE, ELEELE,
PHONE 72 W.
' BRANCH, STORK
The average teachers salary, the
United States over is $630 a year,
Vhlch Is lower than any branch of
all way work, including even section
men, and messengers and attendants.
In Chicago and Cleveland teachers
get about half as much as bakers,
less than half as much as blacksmiths
and only one third as much as ma
From 1915 to 1918 the average
Increase in teachers' salaries - was
only 16 per cent. : whereas in most
other branches of Industry it was 100
per cent. j .
' There are said to be Ave and a half
million people in the United States
above 10 years of age who cannot read
and write which . shows how indls
pensable the teacher is.
Nawiliwili Reduction Store
NAWILIWILI, KAUAI j
" " Dealers In !
Hats, Shoes, Stocking Ladies and
Mens Undershirts, Ladies Dress
es, Sweaters and Overcoats,
i Man's Working Pants, Etc.
Softdrink, Candle, Cigar and Tobacco
PANG HIM, LTD
An Electric Power Plant For Yonr Home
Just think of it
Besides the advantage of Electric Lights it provides power to
run the Churn, the Grindstone, the Washing Machine, Vacuum
Cleaner, Iron, Toaster, Fan, Pump, and many other Electrical
Conveniences. It cuts out the dailu drugery.
it will increase
the value of
your home V
home can af
ford to be
A Drlro Light Plant is so simple that a child can operate it.
land so economical that it actually pays for itself in time, labor
and fuel saved. ' ' . i
The price is less than you would have to pay for a good piano.
Let us tell you all about it Write today for Illustrated Folder.
The Hawaiian Electric. Co., Ltd.
will be paid for information leading
to the recovery of Pointer Dog, be
longing to DR. E. N. YOUNG.
1 Description: One and half years
old, White body with liver-colored
head, Large liver colored spot on
middle of body. Answers to name of