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title: 'The Garden Island. (Lihue, Kauai, H.T.) 1902-current, February 01, 1921, Page 3, Image 3',
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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, FEB. 1, 1921
Tip T6p Theatre
. ''Behold, My Wife"
"Special Box of Films"
AND THE CELEBRATED
Williatft Duncan Serial
'The Silent Avenger"
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rm i ires
(99 Per Cent Excellent)
Built by Uniform Men
( 96 Per Cert Efficient)
ANY manufacturers build good tires. But each pro-
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uutu s jjroDtcrn is io ouiia a or xus tires as good as
his best one. To mr.ke them as uniform in mileacre
as they are in looks. Even iirea built side by side, bearing the
same brand, often Vary thousands of miles.
Were it not for this, certain great brands would equal the Miller.
For Miller has succeedf-d in building tires the same. Not a few not
ertain. "lucky tires." But 99 Millers in 100. Less than I per cent
ever need adjustment.
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Tires are mostly hand-work. Soihey'arc
bound to vary about cs t!.e workmen tio.
To build them uniform, "hutnn r'.
ablea" muit go. That's vhy to c:ca;- 1
' a mater(ul ayitem to rid men and tit as
both of variables.
Three year ago we began to keep book
on every tire built, end -on the man who
built it. We brought in experts on scien
tific management. A. .J the master tire
builders were used to ttain the rest. '
9 Many withstood this new order of effi
ciency.and are building Miller Tires today.
Those who fell below the mark had to
go elsewhere. Perfection demanded the
survival of the Ctte.it.
So today, this body of'Mil'er M-'ii Is
known a Tiredom'l crack fcsimer.t. Their
efficiency averages 96 per c.nt.
The Miller Rubber Co., Akron, Ohio
Maker of Miller Red and Cray Inner Tube
The Team-Mate of Uniform Tire
Aii J more than 99 per cent of their tires
exceed i he v.arranted mileage.
Mil'er tires are Ceared-to-the-Road.
Look how the ratchet-like tread take
l.oi J or the ground. This keeps the wheels
from spinning when you
start it gives positive trac
tion while you are going.
We only regret that Uni
foirn 1 ires can't be pro
duced in great quantities.
Few men ten be trained to
this pei fecticn. This year,
we'll produce enough for
only one motorist in fifty.
Better speak to the author
ized Miller dealer at once
for your supply.
LETTER FROM NEW YORK
The following extracts from a
friend In New York, written to a
Kauai resident, may be of interest
: lo the youthful readers of the Garden
Columbia University, Xew York City.
Our vacation has just aboat slipped
away. I spent a gie;.t deal of my
time with the immigrants over on
Ellis Island. Went over the day be
fore Christmas as well as the day
after. It was all most interesting.
The second time I went they were
having a concert for the immigrants.
There were a'bout 500 present. They
certainly made" an unusual looking
audience, One of the speakers said
8,000 presents had already been given
out. They had given candy, games,
and toys to the children, cigais, fruit,
aand in some cases clothing to the
grown ups. They wore planning on
giving to all who came during the
Christmas week. 3,000 came Christ
mas day and they told us there were
twelve immigrant ships on the water
at that time. One can t help but
wonder hdw we -are goiag to care
for so many.
You will no doabt wonder from
where all theBe gifts were coming. It
seems each year a budsot is made
and the various associations and
churches contribute to it. They cer
tainly seemed to have no end of candy
and everything else.
Christmas dr.y we had fresh straw
berries, fresh spinach and lettuce.
What do you think of that for Janu
ary in New York?
"SMILERS" WIN JUNIOR CUP
The Lihue Junior baseball series
has ended with the Japanese team,
the "Smilers" winning the cup, by an
average of .1000.
This team, with Okuda and Tank as
a battery made an aggregation that
entirely outclassed the other teams.
That is not saying that the other
teams did not play good bayy they
did but while the other teams were
playing good minor league ball, the
"Smilers" were putting on big league
The junior series has been valuable
in developing new material, and next
season will probably see a number of
new faces in the big league line-up.
Standing of Teams -Smilers
Puhi , 429
The engagement of, Miss Harriet
Brand, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Brand
of Glen Ellen, California, and Mr.
Arthur Douglas Macfie, of Makaweli,
was formally announced on Saturday
last at a buffet supper and dance given
at the borne of Dr. and Mrs. Dunn by
Mrs. Dunn, assisted by Miss Margaret
Uutt and Miss Lewelling.
The decorations throughout the
rooms were very artistic and approp
riate to the occasion, the announce
ment cards which were placed in pink
heart-shaped holders decorated with
dainty bows and little bells, coming
in for special admiration. The lanal
was decorated with festoons of fern
tied with large bows of pink tule, from
which Cupids swung gaily over the
supper table which was particularly
charming with pale pink begonias and
maidenhair fern hidden in billows ot
The guests of honor, who are well
known and exceedingly popular, have
the good wishes ot the entire commun
ity in addition to those of their fellow
guests, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Turner,
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Dainkroger, Mr.
and Mrs. Glen Biddel, Mr. and Mrs.
David Crulckshanks, the Misses Nel
son, Fowlds, Welsh, Butt and Lewell
ing, and Messrs Robert Macfie, Siebel
and Schneer. '
WELL KNOWN TEACHER LEAVING
Mrs. L. S. Mesick, for the past
seven or eight years a teacher in the
Hanamaulu and Lihue schools, has
given up her position with the
school department and is leaving next
Saturday for Honolulu where she will
make her home for the time being
with her daughter, Mrs. Kenneth
Brown. Later she will make an ex
tended visit 'to her old home in South
Mrs. Mesick, during the years - of
service here, has proven herself to be
a valuable teacher whose place it
will be hard to "fill. She has made
many friends in the community, all
of whom are sincerely sorry that ill
health makes it necessary for her to
give up her work. Our very best
wishes' go with her.
Miss L. Fearn, of Haiku, Maul, ar
rived by the Kinau Friday morning
and will be the house guest of Mr.
and Mrs. H. D. Sloggett, of Grove
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLI3
TERRITORY OF HAWAII
REGULATIONS RELATING TO THE
BASIC LICENSE OF 8CHOOL
TEACHERS, PURSUANT TO ACTS
30 AND 36 OF THE SPECIAL SES
1. The certificate required under
Acts 30 and 36, S. L. 19?0, shall be
kno-.n as the "Basle License," in order
to readily distinguish It from other
forms of teachers' certificates.
2. All persons desiring to conduct
or teach In any school In the Territory
of Hawaii as defined by Act 30 qt the
Special Session of 1920 shall make
written application on a prescribed
form, to the Department, for the li
cense required by said Act, on or be
fore April 1, 1921. The prescribed
application form may be obtained
from the Department
3. j(ny applicant who, by the said
application, presents satisfactory proof
to the Department that such applicant
is (1) a native-born or naturalized
citizen of the United States, and (2).
possesses a recognized American uni
versity or college degree, normal
school diploma, state certificate, life
diploma, Hawaiian grammar or pri
mary grade certificate, normal certi
ficate, first or second permit, or othor
American . credentials recognized as
satisfactory by the Department, may
be granted the Basic License required
by said Act without further, examin
ation. 4. All applicants who cannot fur
nish satisfactory proof that they poss
ess the qualifications described In
paragraph 3 hereof must present
themselves for examination pursuant
to this notice and regulation.
6. Examinations for the Basic Li
cense covering the Ideals of'demo
cracy, knowledge of American his
tory and institutions and ability to
read, write and speak the English
language will be held in Honolulu July
5th to 9th, 1921, inclusive, at the
McKInley High School.
6. The examination will be conduc
ted by the Territorial Board nf Ft.
aminers and will be exclusively in
7. For further information arlrlrna
the Department of Public Instruction,
P. O. Box 636, Honolulu.
Jan. 25;. Feb. 1, 8. 1921.
Agents from the office of the
Collector of Internal Revenue
will be at this bank all day
Saturday, February 19th, 1921
to assist taxpayers in making out their
Federal Income Tax Returns
The Bank of Kauai, Ltd.
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