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Y. M. C. A. Notes
There recently came to the of
fice of Knuni Y. M. C. A. a cirru
!;tv letter from no less a personage
than lloger W. Babson, the cele
brated statist ician of Wcllesley
Hills, Massachusetts. Mr. Dab
son, as is generally known, is the
barometer of Wall Street ami also
of the church. He is an author
ity. Space will not permit a re
print of this significant' letter in
full but the following excerpts
should interest Kauai people who
claim to be loyal American citi
zens. Speaking on the subject of
"Christian ltlucation" he says:
"With the forces of evil backed
by men and money, systematically
organized to destroy, we must
back with hien and money all cam
paigns for Christian education.
We are willing to give our proper
ty and even our lives when our
country calls in time of war. Yet
the call of Christian education is
today of even greater importance
than was ever the call of army or
navy. Yes, the safety of our na
tion, including all groups, depends
on Christian education. Besides
Christian education can insure
what no corporation can insure
"As the great life insurance
companies are spending huge sums
on doctors, scientific investiga
tions, and district nurses to im
prove the healjh of the nation, so
' we business men should spend
huge sums' to develop those funda
mental qualities of integrity, in
dustry, faith and service, which
make, for true prosperity. I re
peat, the heed of the hour is not
more factories or materials, not
more railroads or steamships, not
more armies or navies but rather
more Christian education. This
is not the time to reduce invest
ments in schools and colleges at
home or in Y. M. C. A. and similar
work in China, Japan, Russia or
South America. This is the time
of all times to increase such sub
scriptions." Kauai Y. M. C A. night schools
are in n flourishing condition.
The students are regular in atten
dance and earnest in their studies.
Who are laying off from work on
the plantations these students?
Not at all. The loafers are the
ones who follow the professional
- gamblers in their nightly and
Sunday raids around plantation
The finance committee consist
ing of Tb. Brandt, Dr. A. II. Wat
erhouse, II. D. Sloggett, W. F.
Sanborn and Karl Morgan are
quietly canvassing the Y constit
uency for the necessary financial
support of the association for
1021. To every contributor des
iring it a membership card" is
given which identifies one with
the world brotherhood of the Y.
M. C. A. and is good for guest
privileges in any city association.
The magazine, Associated Men, is
also sent when requested.
Oeorge It. Carter, former gov
ernor of Hawaii, returned last
week from the coast, accompan
ied by Mrs. Carter, after a visit
up and down the Pacific coast
during which he did considerable
auto touring. He said he knows
nothing of the political situation
and brought nothing new about
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P. O. Box 342 Honolulu
The department of public in
struction, Wlieving that the work
of the Territorial Normal School
an be conducted more advanta
geously in rooH'intion with the
"nivcrslty of Hawaii, the follow
ng resolution was adopt?! nt
IS TO UK LINKUP
the meeting of the board of edu
cation this morning:
"He it resolved we recommend
that n committee of five persons,
two to be appointed by the re
gents of the University of Ha
waii, two by the department of
public instruction, and the fifth
to be appointed by the governor,
shall be appointed for the pur-
P"e "f i nvest i gating and report
ing to this department and to
t lie board of regents, a program
of close cooperation and articu
lation between the University of
Hawaii and the Territorial Nor
"The chairman of the commit
tee shall be one of the two mem
bers appointed ' by the depart
ment of public instruction."
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A ZEROLENE Disc is the identifying mark of high-grade lubri
cants, the symbol of an efficiency in the manufacture cf fine
lubricants hard to duplicate elsewhere in the world. Zerclone 13
Follow the recommendations of our Board of Lubrication En
gineers embodied in the Zerolene Correct Lubrication CK-.rt.
There's a grade of Zerolene for the Correct Lubrication oi your
engine. Ask for a Chart for your car.
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
J grade Jbr each type pJ
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Ordinary iron, full of impurities and wholly unfitted to
cope with tropical conditions, starts to rust almost
immediately 'after being exposed to the weather.
Annco iron resists rust. It is !i!.St per cent pure and
there are no internal stresses to weaken it. Annco is made
to resist the rain and sun of the tropics.
It pays to specify "Annco".
There is an Armco product for every purpose where iron is used.
READ THE GARDEN ISLAND
"Only one man
in 25 makes
good in the
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By Creating Uniform Builders
We Created Uniform Tires
Each Man a Master Each Tire a Masterpiece
MILLER TIRES are known far and wide today as the Uniform
Mileage Tires. That means wherever Millers are run under
like conditions; they wear the same. That 99 Millers in 100
outrun standard guarantees.
Of all the some 429 brands on the market, there is no other we
know to equal this.
Hov Miller Succeeded
Such uniformity has been the aim of tire makers for years. For
who could tell, when he bought a tire.
whether it would run 5000 miles or fail
at a thiusand?
Miller found the solution not in
machines or methods but in men.
To pass our inspectors, the tires he builds must reach our 99 per
cent grade. If ever a Miller comes back, the builder's score is pen
alized. Under this rigid system, only one man in 25 makes good.
But those who do are masters,
Their average efficiency is 96
Geared - to - the - Road
There is no excuse longer for buying tires on luck.
We discovered that workmen must
be uniform or their tires (mostly hand
work) can never be.
By training crack squads a regiment of champions we reduced
the variables in tires to the smallest fraction.
Each Man Rated
When tire builders come here, each one must take our training
and then pass our tests.
Then our efficiency experts keep a record of that man and his work.
And safety, too, due to the tread that
Mark how the sharp rubber cogs
engage the ground.
A Limited Number
Only about one motorist in fifty will
be able to get the Miller Uniform Tires this year. It takes time to
train men to Miller perfection. And even so, but few can ever
To make sure of securing your season's. supply of Millers, you
must speak at once.
Only good dealers are authorized to sell them. Find the one in
your neighborhood without delay.
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truly luxurioui yet not a luxury, btcaut they cof Utt ptr mil than any other type.