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THIS (Uiiftfey IBtiAKfc TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1922
DISCUSS TREATMENT AT
Tho Kauai Education Association
at tholr nnnual meeting hold Nov
ember 3, discussed, among other
matters, tho important subject of
Medical treatment at government ex
pense, for tho many children found
In tho schools with defective eyes,
teeth, throat or hearing, and then
went on record as favoring legisla
tion to provldo freo medical treat
ment for all such children.
A resolution in support of their
action was passed, reading as fol
lows: AMhereas, many children havo de
fective eyes, teoth, throat or hearing
which is a great discomfort to tho
child, ai;d limiting it ability to learn
and thereby to become a good cltl
"zen and wage earner.
And whereas, the parents of most
of these children are too poor to
provldo adequate medical treatment,
Therefore, bo it resolved that the
Kauai Education Association appeal
to the legislature, in the namo of
humanity as well as economy, to
provide an ample appropriation to
meet these needs, and that a copy
of this resolution be sent to each
legislator before the session of 1923
KAUAI EDUCATION ASSN.
Tho purpose of this organization
is to develop and maintain tho best
American stnndards and Ideals of
education on the Island of Kauai.
Article I. Name. Tho name of
this organization shall bo the Ka
uai Education Association.
Article II. Nature. The Kauai Ed
ucation Association shall be non
political and shall not bo used for
the dissemination of partisan, polit
Article III. Membership. Tho Ka
uai Education Association shall con
sist of teachers, principals and of
ficers in tho Department of Public
Instruction, on tho Island of Kauai,
and such honorary members as may
bo elected from tlmo to time.
Article IV. Conventions. Thero
shall be an annual convention, place
and time to bo determined by the
Article V. Officers. Section 1.
Tho convention sball oloct a Presi
dent, a Vice-President, Secretary and
Treasurer. Section 2. All officers
shall hold office for ono year, samo
being elected at tho close of the
Article VI. Executive Committee.
Thero shall bo appointed by the
President, ono member from each
political district on tho island, as
a member of tho Executlvo Com
mittee. Article VII. Finance. Tho reven
ues of this organization shall con
sist of nnnual membership dues and
such other funds as the organization
Article VIII. Amendments. This
constitution may bo amended at any
annual convention by a vote of two
thirds of those present.
Article IX. Rules. Tho procedure
nt the annual convention shall bo
that sot forth in Robert's Revised
Rules of Order.
(Adopted at tho annual conven
tion, Kauai High School, November
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hue. Phone 22-L. AdY.
ENJOYABLE 80CIAL AT LIHUE
The social committee of Llhuo
Union church gave a very enjoy
able social at tho Llhuo Memorial
Parish house last Friday evening.
Tho early part of the ovenlng was
devoted to games of various kinds,
from musical chairs to thrilling rides
in an airplane. The hat trimming
contest by tho men furnished n
great deal of - amusoment. Some of
the wonderful creations would have
turned our Parisian milliners green
During tho ovenlng, Mrs. Snead
sang several Irish selections which
wero heartily encored by the ap
preciative listeners. Dancing to tho
strains of Joseph Rapozo's orches
tra completed the evening's entertainment.
KAUAI SCHOOLS HOLD
Armistice Day exercises were held
at tho various schools about the
island last Friday. Philip L. Rico
was tho speaker at the exercises held
at the. Llhue school on Friday morn
ing. At tho Kilauea school Dr. L.
Li. Patterson spoke to the children
while at tho Koloa school Rev.
Royal G. Hall was tho speaker.
The S. S. CLAUDINE will substi
tute for tho S. S. MAUNA LOA for
ono trip, sailing from Honolulu on
Friday, November 24, and returning
on Friday, December 1.
The S. S. KINAU will substitute
for tho S. S. CLAUDINE on her
schedule to Kauai ports from Mon
day, November 20 to Sunday, De
Due to Thursday, November 30,
being a holiday, tho S. S. KINAU
(substituting for Claudlno) sailing
to Nawillwlll will be postponed un
til Friday, December 1, at 8 p. m.,
and on her return she will sail from
Ahuklni on Saturday, December 2,
at 5 p. m., arriving at Honolulu on
Sunday, December 3.
No passenger vessel will substi
tute for tho S. S. KINAU while she
is off her regular run from Nov
ember 22 to December 3.
A freight steamer will sail on
Wednesday, November 22, und Wed
nesday, November 29, at 5 p. m.,
with general trolghts for Koloa, Port
Allen and Waimea, but returning
will sail direct from Waimea as
soon as work is completed.
Inter-Island Steam Nav. Co., Ltd.
Honolulu. T. H., Oct. 31, 1922.
YUEN KEE CAFE kapaa. kauai
GENUINE CHOP SUI on Order by Phone
Pies - Cakes & Confectionery - Catering
'GVy Our Ice Cream
P. O. BOX 42
On any fitrcct of Honolulu, Hilo, Wailuku, Ka
hului or Lihuc; on any road of the four principal
islands, you will meet constantly the Studebaker
Since this light ear model came into" the Ha
waiian market less than three years ago, sales
have been phenomenal; greater than even we, tho
dealers, expected or had any right to expect.
In nearly three years' service, under all sorts
of conditions, by all kinds of drivers, this little
car has proved abundantly all the good things the
Studebaker people said of it. It is easy riding;
its gas mileage averages high always around 20
it withstands the most gruelling punishment, and
cost of repair to date has amounted to extremely
little on even those which have been in use almost
Re sale value a most important, point to you
continues high. There have been two used
Light Sixes in our present Used Car Sale; did
you notice the prices at which they are held?
And they are worth all that is asked for them.
In fact it is unusual to see a Studebaker Light
Six listed among the used cars offered for sale
by any firm. Owners are not anxious to dispose
of them, and purchasers generally snap them up
Stop in and see the smart new Light Six
with its disc wheels. Let us demonstrate its easy
handling; its lack of vibration; its great comfort.
Then drive it yourself.
MODELS AND PRICES IN HONOLULU
D-Pass., 112" W.B., 40 H.P.
Roadster (3-Pass) $1290
Coupe-Roadster (2Pass) .... $1560
5-Pass. 119" W.B., 50 H.P.
Roadster (2-Pass.) $1605
Roadster (4-Pass.) $1635
Coupe (4-Pass.) $2340
7-Pass., 126" W.B., 60 H.P.
Speedster (4-Pass.) $2220
Coupe (4-Pass.) $2800
COUD THUDS STANDARD equipment
BRIMSTANIA at ALA PA I
Distributors for Hawaii
S. Ichinose, Kauai Agent, Koloa. Phone 291
If you want to make jfood
taste better, use
The appetlzlnz flavor of Made
Butter Improves the goodness of
any food with which It Is used,
either In Its preparation or as a
spread. Malle Butter Is made In
New Zealand, famous as a dairy
Metropolitan Meat Market
Agents for Territory
That delicious and
MADE BY THE HONOLULU DAIRYMEN'S ASSOCIATION
Received fresh twice a Week
Agent for Kauai
The Ladies of the Kealia Catholic
Church will hold a Fair Dec. 2 at the
Hawaiian Hall from 1 0 a. m. to 1 0 p. m.
Christmas gifts a Specialty.
of course - -
Hawaiian Kona is the Best
We don't need to toll 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
Drugs, Toilet Articles
Honolulu Dairymen's Ice Cream
Garden Island Drug Store
S. HARRY OKA, Prop. Kapaa, Kauai, T. H.
and Bank the difference.
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