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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1920
At a meeting of the Joint committees
of the Lihue Library It was decided to
undertake at once the reorganization
of the library to make It available for
public use. This means a complete
overhauling of the books, getting them
back Into their places, recovering those
that are out or lost, treating them
for Insects, etc.
This work Is now In hand, and
volunteer assistance will be welcomed.
When this preliminary work is done,
the regular delivery of books, weekly
throughout the community will begin.
It is proposed to charge a nominal
annual membership fee of a dollar a
year and mamberships are solicited.
A communty entertainment is beir.,r
plannedio inure the necessary tunas
to put the instltntion on its teet again.
To this end know all men by these
presents that the library hereby pre
empts the evening of,Nov. 20 for that
purpose, and will defend the same
against all Infringement.
The library Is a very excellent one
the books have been carefully selected,
there Is no dead wood or junk in it.
The very best of reading for little or
nothing, and delivered at your door.
CARD OF THANKS
Mrs. William Richmond and family
desire to thank their many kind
friends for the expressions of sym
pathy and for flowers sent during their
recent bereavement. Advt
SUBJECT TO PRIOR SALE AXD CHANGE
IN PRICE 1JV; OFFER AXY PART OF:
20,000 Am. Tel. & Tel. Coll. 4s ..7 129
18,000 Bethlehem Steel' 7s 71523
10,000 Canadian Northern lily. 5y2' 12 122
18,000 Central Leather 1st 5's... 4 125
18,000 International Mercantile
Marine 1st Coll. G's 10 141
20,000 Union l'ae. Blv. Conv. 4's 7 127
9,000 Utah Idaho Sugar Co. 7's 7 125
Principal and Interest guaranteed by the
Dominion of Canada.
Complete information concerning any Issue
will furnished be upon request.
Honolulu, T. H.
Capital. Surplus and Undivided Profits
Over One Million Dollars
Health for the
The little one (hat toddles over the uneven walk, seeing
only Daddy's face, and reckless of where he is going, is as
dependent on Dady's health, as Daddy .is himself. In fact,
Daddy's home and all the family hopes and plans for the future
are dependent on Dady's ability to vigorously throw his talents
into the battle of life.
The simple common-sense of Chiropractic is that it removes
by hand the cause of disease.
When Daddy's work compels him to stand for long hours
with the neck bent forward, or to work or lift in a stooped
position, disorder of some of the twenty-four movable joints
of the backbone is almost a certainty.
No other method of correction will restore the joints of
the spine to alignment but Chiropractic adjustments. Nothing
else will mechanically free the spinal nerves of the pressure
which is the cause of weakness and disease.
CALL FOK AN APPOINTMENT
Consultation is without charge.
FRANK C. MIGHTON, D. C.
Tip Top Illdg., Lihue
Tel. 157 L.
Hours: 9-12, 3 C
HIGH SCHOOL NOTE3
After a week of lying idle because of
the lack of carpenters, the domestic
science building has again started to
grow. With four carpenters at work
on it, it is going up so fast that it takes
one's breath away. The students are
already planning what they are going
to have for lunch next Monday.
The girls have now gotten well start
ed in their baseball. Two very Inter
esting games have been played and
have given expression to some talent
that has hitherto lain dormant. The
girls have been divided into two teams,
the Greensconsistlng of Freshmen
(naturally) and the Reds, being made
up of sophomores. Juniors and seniors.
The reason for this division is that
the freshmen outnumber all the rest
of the classes about three to one, and
also because their talent is equally as
good, if not better, than the rest. The
freshmen have made no protest, so the
movement stands approved by all con
cerned. The boysihave launched their foot
ball season. Mr. Warner has been com
ing down every few days to coach
them. Monday Mr. McDonald got the
boys out and put them throuph some
Last week Dr. MiRhton visited the
school at major period and gave, the
assembled students a very interesting
talk on his profession.
One of the main events to be staged
at the "big doings" at Waipouli on
Armistice Day is to be a real honest-to-goodness
football game between the
two very evenly matched high school
teams. This game is going to be at
tended by the student body, and the
pep and spirit that is going to be dis
played by the classes will rock the
very island "on its foundation. If the
neighborhood of Kauai High is start
led by what it thinks Is a Bolshevik!
outbreak, don't be alarmed, for it will
only be the Senior-Sophs and the Jun-ior-Freshs
at yell practice In prepara
tion for the big event.
WEEKLY WAIMEA SCHOOL NOTES
The enrollment has toosted again,
this time to the figure 493. The in
crease has come with the Kindergarten
which is very near the forty mark.
Four dozen new chairs have been
ordered for Miss Caldwell'o use. The
regular supplies for kindergarten work
are slow to arrive but the plan is
moving alon'g better than was ex
pected under existing conditions. The
class occupies the Y. M. C. A. building
from 8. A. M. to 11:30 A. M.
Miss Rose Ako, Normal senior, has
come to take charge of the receiving
grade. Miss Ako had some experience
with, children in Honolulu Schools
during her course at the Normal. She
is doing well with tho class here.
The Kitchen started feeding under
nourished children Monday. The
School nurse picked the allotted num
ber of the worst cases and they daily
get a free lunch from the Kitchen.
Waimea Squad practises every
afternoon. The boys are looking
forward to the first game of the
Kauai Interscholastic League.
A musical program will be given by
Waimea school some time in Novem
ber. Some sixty of the best voices
and talent in school will be used. Mrs.
Wright will act as director of the
entire musical productions. The
event promises to be the largest mus
ical program ever put on by Waimea
WEEKLY KOLOA SCHOOL NOTES
Koloa school now has its full com
lement of teachers and pupils. There
are 479 children enrolled.
The teaching staff includes P. II.
Cooley, principal. Miss Minnie Lawson,
Mrs. Bertha E. Cooley, Miss Leona
Bowman, Mrs. Jane Reichardt, Miss
Hattie Akana, Miss Lydia Dyer, Mrs.
Henry Blake, Miss Norma Alama, Miss
Tsui Tashima, Miss Hazel Thayer,
Miss Rose Heikens, Miss Frances
Gonsalves, Mrs. Minnie Aka, and Miss
Yasu Nakao, assistants. Mr. Edward
C. Lovell has charge of shop and
Boys and girls' playground teams
have been practicing since the first
week of school and have a fine start.
The entire school garden Is planted
and corn will be up in a few days.
Porch boxes made for the decoration
of the school, and filled with ferns,
have been made by the shop for the
main school building. A number of
pieces of furniture have also been
turned out by the shop.
A school entertainment to de given
this Saturday by the Koloa teachers,
at Koloa Social Hall, will raise money
for athletic equipment, of which Koloa
School plans to have plenty and that
the best. Community response to
the plan is excellent and $250 in gross
receipts are already in hand.
VARIETY REPAIR SHOP
Lock and Gun Smith
We repair Electric Irons, Pecula
tors, Phonographs, and all other elec
trical and mechanical appliances.
Shop on King Street, opposite Young
Hotel, Honolulu. Advt.
Announcing Holiday Goods
We are receiving and Have to arrive within
the next few weeks
The largest, most complete, well selected,
best assorted line of
HOLIDA Y GOODS
shown on Kauai, since the war was de
clared or before. These will
consist in all
of articles useful, ornamental, decorative,
AND TO EAT ,
The displaying for sale of which will begin
Early in November
We will appreciate your looking over what
we have and buying if we can suit you