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TUB GARDEN iSLAfrj), i'tlESDAY, AUGUST 8, 1922.
THE GARDEN ISLAND
KENNETH C. HOlTKIt Managing EJitor
TUESDAY : : : AI'dUST s, l!22.
COUS TY WORK AND, ALIEX LABOR
Keports are being circulated that the
reason one contractor on Kanai has been
able to secure most of the contracts that
have been let by the supervisors recently, is
that he has been employing alien laborers
and paying them considerably less, than the
standard wage that is demanded by citizen
artisans and laborers.
If this condition is true, it should be
corrected at once, for it certainly is not fair
to contractors who use citizen labor, and
who pay standard wages, or to our citizen
labor and at the same time is not in keeping
with the law.
NATIONAL ESSAY COSIEST
The American Legion national essay con
test will close at midnight of October 'th,
1H22, and not on September 22, the original
This contest is open to all boys and girls
between the ages of 12 and IS inclusive and
consists of an essay on the subject: "How
The American Legion fan Best Benefit the
The prizes of the contest are:
These prizes will be used only towards
scholarships in colleges designated by the
All girls and boys between the ages of
12 and 18 inclusive are eligible to enter this
Only one essay to a person.
Essays will not be over 500 words in
Essays should be written in an affirma
tive and constructive way.
Only one side of the paper to be used.
A margin of one inch must be allowed on
either side of the paper.
After essay is completed, paper should
be neatly folded, not rolled.
Spelling, penmanship and neatness will
be considered in judging the winner.
Age will also be given full consideration.
Manuscripts should be sent to Vaughan
MaeCaughey, Department of l'ublic Instruc
tion, Honolulu, Hawaii.
The report of the census bureau reveals
some interesting fads concerning the life
of man. It shows us that the average has
been increased and that it will undoubtedly
continue to increase as people live closer to
hygienic rules. It reveals the fact that men
and women are living to an older average, but
that the span of life has not increased.
This conclusion may be surprising to
many, but it is based upon the statistics
gathered from the last three censuses. The
most of us have taken it for granted that
the span of life was lengthening and that
the man of the future would have a longer
lease of life than those of the past, and
while that may be the result of modern sani
tary living it has not made a perceptible dif
ference in the age allotted to man. Individu
als are living' longer. That is: more men
and women are Hearing the age limit; but
the limit has remained stationery. It shows
that the race is improving physically and
that while more will approach the limit and
that many, as heretofore, will exceed it by
many years, that the design of the t'reator
was not or is not that mankind shall live to
a greater age, 'such as the scriptures tell
us was lived by some great progenitors of the
children of Israel. The grand terminus stands
where it has stood for many thousand years,
at "three score years and ten."
If the life of man is to be extended and
a greater age limit fixed it will be necessary
to reduce human existence to the scientific
principle of "the survival of the fittest," for
if by increasing the average of life the world
becomes more crowded there will be a ne
cessity of reducing the population to save
the lives of the races; for if the world should
be populated beyond its ability to feed, reduc
tion will be an absolute necessity.
The time is coming when the question of
population will be a serious one; when only
the most perfect will be permitted to live,
and this, hard and cruel as it may seem, in
the interest of the whole. There will be no
escaping of this problem. Wars and pestilence
may check the increase, but based upon the
statistics of the world's increase the time
is not so very far distant when it will be
come necessary to scientifically cull or per
117 Y IS HAWAII LEFT OUTf
Huge sums of money have been appro
priated by the government for use in the
promotion of extension and vocational edu
cation. Another bill is before Congress the
Towner Sterling bill which proposes other
appropriations for Americanization, for re
moval of illiteracy and other educational
Hawaii is not included in these appro
priations in spite of the fact that this terri
tory pays more in taxes, from which these
appropriations are drawn, than several of
Whether this was an intentional over
sight or not is not known, but the fact re
mains that Hawaii will not benefit by these
appropriations unless the local members of
the National Education Association, now in
session in Boston, can wield enough influ
ence to have t lie bill changed.
The Hawaii delegates, of which Miss
Elsie Wilcox is the Kauai member, is work
ing hard on this matter ami have presented
Hit; following resolution to the convention:
Whereas, the Territory of Hawaii is and for
nearly twenty-five years lias been an integral politic
al, economic and industrial part of the United
States of America, and
Whereas, the people of Hawaii for many years
have been grappling with problems of education
which are unique owing to the distance of Ha
waii from continental United States, and to its
relatively large proportion of residents of origins
not distinctly American and to its peculiarities
of industrial organization due to reasons of cli
mate, soil and local history, and
Whereas, Hawaii contributes to the general
revenues of the United States, greater sums of
taxation money, both absolutely and relatively in
proportion to the respective populations than
several of the states; and
Whereas, the Smith-Lever law and the Smith
Hughes law appropriates from these same revenues
large sums of money to promote extension edu
cation and vocational education in the various'
states, the need for which forms of education are
greater in Hawaii than in other parts of the United
Whereas, the Towner-Sterling bill proposes
from these same revenues further large general
appropriations for Americanization, for removal
of illiteracy, and for other educational needs that
exist in Hawaii to an extent equalled in no other
part of the United States; and
Whereas Hawaii is deliberately excluded from
the benefits accorded the various states under the
Smith-Lever act, the Smith-Hughes law and the
Towner-Sterling bill; and this exclusion is an un
fair discrimination, an injustice and unnecessary
hardship to which the people of Hawaii ought
not to be subjected:
Be it resolved, that the National Education
Association hereby instruct its Legislative Com
mission to urge appropriate legislation by Congress
to include the Territory of Hawaii in all federal
appropriations in aid of education on the same
basis as the states.
If you mean to make a success in this
life keep your eye constantly on the course.
Turn neither to the right nor the left; but
keep in (he middle of the road, rugged as it
may be. and press onward anil upward to
the height of your ambition.
Some men seem to think that a friend
is always the fellow who cusses the same
men they do.
Our advice to the woman who wants
a new silk dress is to start hollering for a
piano, or an automobile.
Another reason it is hard to get the
average man to church is that he doesn't
cart' what the other men are wearinjr.
Where Leads the
Pathway to Success
THE Pathway to financial success
leads thru the doorway ot in
vestment. You will be surprised
to find how willingly money goes
to work if you give it the right kind
of job. It is the business of the stocks
and bonds department of the Trent
Trust company to find jobs for idle
money. Small investments receive
exactly the same consideration from
this office as those involving larger
So to serve that we may c,ouliiiue
Everything in the
Silver end Gold Line
liich Cut Glass
and Jirt Goods
Ctrchandis of tht
33al Quality Only
Ho F. WkLinrii&ini
& Co, IM.
P. O. BOX 342 HONOLULU
The Bank of Hawaii Ltd.
BANKING HOURS :
9 A. M. TO 3 P. M.
Dr. T. L. Morgan
Office on Win. Hyde Rice Premitei
Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar
Haiku Sugar Company.
Maui Agricultural Company.
Hawaiian Sugar Company.
Kahuku Plantation Company.
RlcBryde Sugar Company.
Kauai Railroad Company.
Kahulul Railroad Company.
Kauai Fruit & Land Company.
FOR ALL AUTOMOTIVE EN
GINES, including TRUCKS and
1 ' mm
WHAT SPARKO-GAP WILL
DO FOR YOUR ENGINE:
Increase power up to 37
Make operation more flexible.
Increase hill climbing ability.
Save up to 35',;, in gas.
Prevent carbon trouble.
Almost obviate valve grinding.
Reduce wear on coil and other
parts of ignition system.
FITS ALL SPARK PLUGS
Price $1 Each
ONE REQUIRED FOR
For Sale by
J. H. CATTON
Point to a steady, progressive, business year. The man who In
vests his money at this time has more assurances than ever be
fore that if his stocks and bonds are properly selected his returns
will be perpetual and satisfying.
One of the greatest factors to be considered In the selection
of Investments is the financial and business policies of compan
ies Involved. It Is in this consideration that our stock and b ind
department Is able to perform valuable services for you. Facts end
reports relative to prominent securities are available at our offices
to anyone Interested in Investments.
We shall be glad to help you by supplying you with the Infor
mation which will enable you to make an Intelligent Investment.
TRUST CO., LTD.
Don't be Discouraged
r.ecanse you have not been
able to save in the past, but
make up your mind today to save
some definite jiart of all
The saving habit has brought
independence to others, and
it will do as much for you.
Acquire the saving habit and
stick to it.
Our savings depart nient will
THE BANK OF BISHOP & CO., LTD.
This is an inexpensive enamelled floor covering which
has qualities peculiarly its own. The enamel is baked onto
the surface till it is a part of the material, just like the en
amel on a high class automobile.
If it is kept waxed to preserve the surface it will wear
for years. It will wear wonderfully well anyhow.
We will send samples and estimates.
If you will send a plan of your floor with the correct
dimensions or angles and jogs we will send the l'AIH'OLlX
all cut ready to put in place.
This splendid inexpensive floor covering is only one
dollar a square yard.
LEWERS & COOKE, LTD.
KiO-171 South King St., I'. (. l!x L'D.'KI, Honolulu
of course - -
Hawaiian Kona is- the Best
We don't need to tell you
that. Just wanted you
to form the good habit
of asking your grocer for
Kona Coffee with the red
label In one pound pack
ages or five pound cans.
THE CHOICE OF THE PICK
FENCE WITH RUST
yoi'j: only rapier in fencing with rust is Armco
Ingot Iron. With Armco Iron you can parry
the thrusts of this enemy of fence builders. With
a fence of Armco rente Wire you can rest assur
ed that it will not readily fall before the destruct
ive attacks of rust. That is because Armco Iron
is U'.I.Sl per cent pure and pure iron presents no
weak spot for rust to gain a foothold.
Honolulu Iron Works Co.