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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1922
The Garden Island Radiq. Column
By MIKE O'FARAD
I A BIG, STRONG, POWERFULTIRE
Look at the Goodyear Cord Tire.
Its value is evident the very size of it, in
that rugged thickness, that finished work
manship, and that strong, tough, sharp
On your car it will A cr a quality and length
of service such as no ther tire can give.
It will hold the road ith the clinging grip of
its famous All-Worth r Tread.
It will take the hills all the power your
And it will wear wiih vhe strength of a special
construction that is designed to stand up to
thousands of miles of service.
Your Goodyear Dealer not only sells Good
year Cord Tires. He services them, so that
you get out of them all the value built into
them the utmost in tire value at low cost
per tire mile.
Goodyear Means Good Wear
Lumber - Paints - Oils
Millwork of all Kinds
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A child's definition but a good one.
The rich, sweet, appetizing Maile Butter from
New Zealand is the finest family butter. It
makes bread a treat and is splendid for flavoring
and enriching other eatables.
Made by dairy people in a dairy country
Metropolitan Meat Market
Agents for Territory
We are still reaching out. Pick
ed up Forth Worth Star-Telegram
radiophone station BYZ Wednesday.
They were talking to another sta
tion making some tests. The voice
was very clear; only a matter of
KGU, Honolulu Advertiser, Wed
nesday night sent out some real
music. Ray West's musical Western
Ray D. Phone had the insulation
stripped from his tuner the other
Receiving sharp waves.
Hello, Mrs. Woltcrs. Sometime
when you are in the homestead sec
tion, drop into Livesey'a house a
bout 12:30 p.m. and hear the stock
market come in.
Radio fans on Onhu are picking
up coast music too. Everybody's do
ing it. lletter get your radio set
now before the Christmas rush.
A complete display of radio sets
will be on display in the electric
store just as soon as Mr. Wood
Kets the telephone finished.
When central Is in the new build
ing, don't get mad when she says,
"line'B busy," she Is probably lis
tening to radio music out of the
air. Better hang up and come over
and listen, too.
Our friend. Static is in today. He
will probably be on the air tonight
at Intervals with a few selections
on the snare drum with the latest
Machine Shop Blues, and Boiler
Makers' March, and ending up with
an imitation of a freight train
Entering a field of almost limit
less possibilities In the realm of
education, Tuft's College recently
announced the completion of plans
for what Is destined to be the world's
first wireless college. A series of
lectures will be given twice a week,
broadcasted by radiophone to more
than 35,000 persons scattered In a
great circle stretching from Wis
consin to northern Florida. There
will be no limit to the number of
pupils to this college. All you need
will be a radio receiving set.
Jyoming has come thru with
several broadcasting stations, thus
making at least one station In ev
ery state in the Union.
KFAF, of Denver, Colorado, now
has the most powerful station west
of Chicago. They use two 250 wntt
The large horns used during the
war in England as listeners for de
tecting air raiders are now being
usi'd as radiophone loud speakers.
A new class of radiophono broad
casting station known as Class B
has been established. This class of
station works on 400 meters wave
length and the power used is be
tween 500 and 1000 watts. The feat
ure of this class is that no "can
ned music" is allowed except In
emergency or between intermission
periods of the regular program.
The 100 K W vacuum tube has
arrived. It has just been produced
by the Bell telephone laboratories
and Is powerful enough to maintain
a constant wireless communication
across the Atlantic ocean. The tube
is about two feet long, has grid
and filament inside and the metal
plate outside but sealed to the
glass tube and water cooled. Tem
perature from zero to 300 degress
can be withstood without breaking
down the vacuum inside the tube.
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month and the cost per foot aver
ages about $300.
One of the mechanical problems
of quarrying the rock has been the
removal of a layer of earth about
50 feet deep on top of the rock
and this has formerly been hand
led by donkey engines and scrapers,
but a new system will be installed
and hydraulic sluicing will be used.
The engine, which is of 80 horse
power standard, will be used to drive
a pump with a capacity of 1200
gallons a minute. The pump has
not arrived but it is expected in the
next two weeks so that Kauai peo
ple will have the opportunity of
witnessing hydraulic mining in ac
tion even though there is no gold
on the island.
Major Johnson then closed by
answering a number of questions
asked by the various members and
at the conclusion of his speech con
siderable satisfaction was express
ed by the members in regard to
the information so ably expressed
by the Major.
Senator John Wise then was call
ed upon by President Sloggett and
he told the chamber that if elected
he would do all in his power to
see that the work on the break
water was carried on to completion.
L. R. Jackson, heud of the manu
al training department then spoke
in the absence of F. J. Dollinger in
regard to the technical training at
the Kauai high school. Mr. Jack
al gave the chamber some of his
ideas on the subject and also gave
out the ultimate plan of the school
In turning out boys who would be
ready to take up the various trades
on the completion of their school
work. After a short informal dis
cussion the meeting adjourned.
The Kauai Evangelical Association
met in Koloa Sunday for a three days
Bession. The first day was marked
by a general "hoike" which consist
ed of productions from all the Sun
day schools of the island. The chair
man, Hon. Win, Hyde Rice, said
that it was ore of the best he had
attended in recent years.
A song contest under the auspices
of the Christian Endeavor, was con
ducted in the afternoon, and it prov
ed to be a real treat. A silver cup
was offered which must bo won three
times. Hanalei, by unanimous vote
of the judges and audience, was giv
en the decision and from the excel
lent music which they gave will be
strong contestants in the future.
An International Young People's
service was conducted at the even
ing hour. Despite the Inclement weath
er the house was packed with choice
young people from all parts of the
island. Kev. Judd and Rev. Davis
gave brief inspirational addresses.
After the very go.d music, render
ed by special groups, "The Sin of
Aliab," a biblical drama was pre
sented, and was said by those who
saw it, to have been very good, in
deed. The scene was laid in Samaria,
the capitol of Israel, the latter part
of the tenth century B. C. Those
who were unable to attend the dra
ma can read the same by turning
to First Kings. The drama was pro
moted, drilled and costumed by Rev.
R. W. Bayless, Mrs. Alma Rogers
and Mrs. Edith Troeler.
The cast of characters were:
Ahab, King of Israel Jacob Maka.
Jezebel, his wife Miss Rosalie
Jonas, a boy favorite of Ahab
Obadiah, head of Ahab household
Naboth, a native of Jezrecl Rich
Elijah, the prophet Thomas Vance.
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a joy throughout the year by giving
each of your friends a nice maga
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Agency, Lihue, for a catalog. Phone
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