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DAILY MAUI NEWS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1922.
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SOMEBODY'S STENOG Everybody Satisfied
Registered U. S. Patent Office
By Hayward
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ICHIKI HOTEL
ROOMS $1.00 PER NIC-HT
Reasonable rates by the week or
month.
Wailuku, Phone 136 A Maui, T. H.
Paia Mercantile Co.
GENERAL MERCHANDISE
Groceries, Cigars, Refreshments:
Lower Paia, Maui.
FROGS LEGS
You can always get them at
CHOCK'S CAFE
ALAKEA AND KING STREETS
When in Honolulu
Honolulu Paper Co., Ltd.
Everything In paper, stationery and
supplies. Prices quoted on application
and samples submitted
MAILE BUTTER
70 CENTS A POUND
You'll enjoy its fresh and delicious
flavor. It is the brand for New
Zealand's choicest product, the
finest in this Territory.
Maui Scda & Ice Works,
Limited
"We Serve Your Needs"
Phone, 128 Wailuku
DO KINDERGARTENS PAY?
(By H. M. WELLS, President Hawaii Educational Association)
: $
The Hawaii Education. Association, ergarten gave the pupils of school A
through its executive committee, is ' such a good grounding in English be
asking the department of public in- j fore ihey arrived at the age to enter
btruction to establish one kindergarten ; the first grade, that they were able to
for every 1000 pupils throughout the enter that grade a year ahead of the
territory. We are doing this because pupils of school 13. Looked at in terms
we are convinced that kindergartens
are the best kind of educational in
vestment that this Territory could
possibly make.
Like all the other items of the H.
E. A. program, this particular item is
subject to the endorsement of the
seven affiliated Teachers' Associations
of the Territory, to all of whom it has
been submitted.
Profitable Investment
We believe that kindergartens pay
in two ways:
1. Kindergartens Americanize.
? Kindergartens pay for them
sel ts in actual dollars and cents by
eliminating the receiving grade and j
by extending the time in which each
child may secure an education by
one year, thus giving him, by so much,
a fuller and richer training before il
lis necessary for him to leave school,
j First, as to Americanization:
I Psychol6gists and religious teachers
agree that the first six years of a
;child'8 life determine, to a great de
I gree, the kind of citizen he is going
j to develop into.
cent and to corn by 1.2 percent.
In yield per acre, 1921 also shows
an increase of 1.2 percent in rice and
3.4 percent in sugar cane over that of
1920, but market conditions were such
that in spite of the increases in area
and yield the value of all Philippine
crops fell from $343,565,000 in 1920 to
$201,629,000 in 1921 or about forty
percent.
WILLIAM D'ESMOND
Engineer and Architect
(Member
American Association
Engineers)
Designer and Builder of
Homes for Particular
People
Opposite Maui Book Store
WAILUKU, MAUI
Best Service
We are able to and do give the
most dependable, prompt and effi
cient service in cleaning, repairing
and pressing men's vid wcnie.i'o
clothing.
Satisfaction guaranteed
MAUI CLOTHES
CLEANING SHOP
Market Street, opp. Kalua Ave.
I i wo ways upen ,
j The citizen children of alien parent- j
age in this territory are all heading
tin one of two directions: Either they I
' are developing into loyal, law-abiding, j
Christian, American citizens, loving!
our flag and all that it stands for, j
I respectful and respected by all the
j people of the land, or they will g:ow
, up alien in thought and speech,
, anti Christ ian, anti American, dis
trustful and distrusted, despis
ing and despised. Which kind of
citizen do you and I want for our
i neighbor? which kind for our law
maker? The kindergarten will do
much to determine the kind of citi
zens we shall have, beginning, as it
does at the very foundation of charac
ter building. No greater mistake can
be made than to leave the molding of
this plastic citizen stuff, the young
child, to the worse than bungling of
an ignorant, superstitious, alien enemy
to American thought and life.
How Kindergartens Save
Second, as to the claim that kinder
gartens pay for themselves in actual
of pupil advancement, then, a kinder
garten woud add nothing to the
teaching cost of a school, since it
would simply replace a position at
ready manned. Of course there
would be the actual initial expense
of a kindergarten teacher to be met,
but the kindergarten would soon dis
place the Receiving Grade.
It will be noted by the table above,
that School B. apparently catches up
with School A in grade five, and ap
parently holds that position through
the grammar grades. As a matter of
record, however, School B lost all but
25."9c of her pupils before they reach
ed the Grammar Grades, while School
A retained 33.5 of hers. The kin
dergarten, then, not. only gave every
child in the more fortunate school a
year's start of his neighbor, but also
gave him such a foundation and such
an impetus as to carry him beyond
his neighbor at the end of his school
life. Other things being equal,
School A, which may well represent
any school that has a kindergarten
within reach of its pupils before they
are of regular school age, should send
more pupils to High School, and send
them younger, than your B school
that has no such advantage.
The introduction of kindergartens
into our school system, then, will
help most effectively to solve our
1 great problem of Americanization;
i it will also add a year's time to the
potential training of our pupils along
such lines as we may determine upon,
and thus allow for greater breadth
of education. The great question
educational, today, is what the trend
of that education should be, and how
it should be directed.
The Hawaii Education Association
does not favor an education that
shall lead exclusively to the white
collar Job. We are heartily in ac
cord with the Idea of training the
New Creative Theory
Evolved By English
Savant In Australia
THE ABILITY TO PAY
depends upon the Companies whose financial and moral stand
ing guarantees the reliability of their insurance contracts, both
under ordinary conditions and in settling claims which have
arisen in conflagrations.
Why Stand !n Jeopardy?
We represent leading companies of the world.
C. Brewer & Company (Limited)
Insurance Department)
P. O. Box 347 : : : : Honolulu, T. H.
SYDNEY, Nov. 9 (By Associated
Press Mail) A new theory of creat
ion, which may supplant the Einstein
theory of relativity, has been evolved
by Lord Clifford, F. G. S., F. C. S., ;
who is visiting Australia.
Lord Clifford, although averse to
laying down a hard and fast theory
until more complete investigations
have been made, said that the main
outline is "that all matter has been
produced by the shortening of wave
length per inch of light or ether, ow
ing to explosions of light or ether cur
rents meeting from opposite direc
tions." "I have been able mathematically
to establish an index ratio of all mat
ter and psychic forces in relation to
the total wave lengths of light or
ether, which may solve many problems
in organic and inorganic chemistry,"
he said. "I have been working for the
past four years with Dr. Benjamin
Moore on the evolution of organic out
of inorganic matter, and it is mainly
owing to suggestions of mine that Dr.
Moore achieved definite results 12
months before they were achieved
likewise but in a different manner by
Professor Bally of Liverpool."
Lord Clifford's work has been taken
up by the presidents of the English
zoological and geological societies. He
Is touring Australia with the main ob
ject of founding branches of the Evo
lution Society, which was established
in 1920 as the result of his work by
Dr. Moore, late physicist at Oxford.
OF COURSE
We don't need to tell you
that. Just wanted you to
form the good habit of
asking your grocer for the
Kona Coffee with the red
label in one pound pack
ages or five pound cans.
Hawaiian Kona is the Best
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SPECIAL,
THE CHOICE OF THE PICK
WHOLESALEXISTRIBUTORS
LAHAINA ICE CO., LTD.
MANUFACTURERS OF ICE, PURE SUGAR SYRUPS, DELICIOUS
AND REFRESHING SODA WATER
SODA WATER PER CASE, MIXED FLAVORS. 90 CENTS.
DISTRIBUTORS OF ELECTRIC POWER AND LIGHT
Reasonable Estimates on Housewiring and Housewiring Supplies.
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An "X" of Affection
IT'S A PLEASURE TO SHOP
In the handsomest store on Maui, where one finds a com
plete stock of Dry Goods, Furnishings, Notions, Gro
ceries and general merchandise, where service and atten
tion are the best
THE LAHAINA STORE
Phone 27-B, Lahaina. Branch at Puukolii.
Little Dorothy (watching mother
vote) "You voted for the man you
youths of this agricultural land along iove best, didn't you?"
Mother "Why, dear?"
Dorothy "Because you put a
agricultural lines. As a preparation
'for any kind of an agricultural course
, however, it is necessary lor tlie boy j after his name." New Vor News
to have a thorough grounding in the i .
j fundamentals. We cannot build a
i scientific course in agriculture on
kiss
cash as well as in better coin. In or-, .... .
, ... .,. ,, ' garten will heip, bv one vears work
der to prove this proposition, allow- .
luwiuu iauiK mat uont'i luunuHiion.
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TIME TABLE KAHULUI RAILROAD CO.
Daily Passenger Train Schedule (Except Sunday)
The following schedule went Into ettect November IS, 1918.
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New Agricultural
High Water Record
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ALEXANDER
&
BALDWIN
LIMITED
Sugar Factors
Commission Merchants
and
Insurance Agents
AGENTS FOR
Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Co.
Maui Agricultural Company
Hawaiian Sugar Company
Kahuku Plantation Company
Mcryde Sugar Company
Kahului Railroad Company
Kauai Railroad Company
Honolua Ranch
Kauai Fruit & Land Company
me to submit the following facts:
ITnro Itt a initio filinwin? the rnmnara-
tive standing of two of Maui's largest j PhlllDpinCS Reach
pnltnnlo Thnco n t nil 1 Cnllrlfila (1 !
DtllUUin. 1 IICCO JU111VU1HI ......WW... 1 . 1 V .
chosen for this comparison, partly be-'
cause their problems are very similar, j
Both are large plantation Echools, j
where a great predominance of Jap-1
anese pupils obtain something overj
65 percent. They have approximately I
the same number of teachers, whose)
personnel has always ranked about
the same in ability. The main differ
ence in the two schools lies in the fact
that the pupils of one school A, have
had the opportunity of attending an
efficiently conducted
(supported by private funds) while
the Tupils of the other, school B have
never had an opportunity to attend
kindergarten. Note the discrepancy
in the average age of the pupils in
the various grades.
MANILA, P. I., Nov. 16 (By Asso-1
ciated Press Mail) The high water'
mark was reached in Philippine agrl-i
culture in the year 1921 insofar as j
the area planted to the six leading!
crops of the Islands is concerned, ac-
i
cording to the annual renort of the rmuT .
Kiniieisniieii .bureau of agriculture, just made pub- wa""K" Hipp Earl Williams in
TONIGHT
Wailuku Hipp A George Fitzmaunce
Production, "To Have and to Hold"
and also the first instalment of the
New Tarzan Pictures..
Kahului Theater Will Rogers in
"Boys Will Be Boys" and a comedy.
Puunene Theater Japanese Pictures.
Camp 1, Theater Prof. Sierek'a great
mystery act, "Destroying a Woman"
Vaudeville and Jackie Cooga.i in
"Trouble."
M. A. Theater George Beban in ' One
Man in a Million," also "Two of ai
Kind." I
FRIDAY
TOWARDS WAILUKU TOWARDS HAIKU
Distance Distance
9 7 6 3 1 STATIONS 2 4 6 8 10
Miles Miles
P M P M P M A M A M A MA MP MjP MjP M
5 S3 3 30 1 25 8 35 6 35 A.. Wailuku. .1. 6 40'8 40 1 30 3 35 5 31
5 233 20 1 15 8 23 6 25 15.3 L.. ..A 0 6 50.8 60 1 40 3 45 5 it
..Kahului.. 1
5 20 3 17 8 20 12.0 A.. ..I. 3.3 6 52 1 42.3 47
5 10 3 07 8 10 L.. .J 7 02 1 62 3 67
.. Spreck-.. 6.9
5 09 3 05 8 08 8 4 A., elsville ..1 7 03 1 63 3 68
6 00 2 55 8 00 L.. ..A 9.8 7 12 2 05(4 10
5.6 .. Taia .. I
4 5812 53 7 67 A.. ..I. 7 15 2 07 4 12
4 6212 47 7 62 L.. ..A 7 20 2 14 4 19
3.4 .. Hania- .. 11.9
4 512 46 7 5,0 ..kuapoko..l 7 22 2 16'4 20
4 4512 40 7 45 L.. ..A 7 301 3 23 4 28
1.4 ..Fauwela.. I 13.9 I
4 442 39 7 44! .A.. ..I.i 7 32 2 25 4 30
4 4012 351 7 40l 0 L.. Haiku ..A' 15 3 7 361 2 30'4 35l...
PUUNENE DIVISION
lie. In the year 1921 a total of 8,738,-!
9C7 acres was cultivated, compared!
with 8,192,355 acres In 1920.
Notwitlisanding the increase in acre-!
age, the year 1921 was one of general .
Average Age of Pupils By Grades
Gr. I Gr.II Gr.III Gr. IV (Jr. V Or. VI Gr. VII Gr. VIII !
7.4 yrs. 8.6 yrs. 10 yrs. 11 yrs. 12.3 yrs. 13.3 yrs. H.3 yrs. 15.3 yrs. i Puunene Theater "To Have and To
Hold" special film and "Winners of
The Purple Cipher;" The Mystery,
act "Destroying a Woman" and a
comedy.
Kahului Theater George Deban in '
"One Man in a Million" and the first J
cnapier or " i ne siaveniures or ur-
zan" and Prof. Seirak's mystery act
"Destroying a Woman." 1
TOWARDS PUUNENE
TOWARDS KAHULUI
School A
School B s.b yrs. V. yrs. u yrs. u.i yrs. 12.4 yrs. 13.6 yrs. 14.3 yrs. 15.5 yrs.
Work Now Duplicated $ -
The discrepancy noted in the prim- dissatisfaction from a financial stand
ary grades is a natural one, and is point, the report says,
similar to that which would be shown ' Because of the record prices pre
in any pair of schools in which the valent during 1919 and 1920 the cultl
conditions were parallel, since the vation of edible crops, especially rice
kindergarten in the one case exactly and sugar, was greatly extended. The
duplicated, to all practical purposes, area planted to rice in 1921 was In
the work of the receiving class in the creased by 12.7 percent to sugar cane
other case. In other words, the kind- by 22.3 percent to coconuts by 5.3 per
I
3 1 I i l2 I
Fassenger Passenger Distance , STATIONS Distance I'assenger Passenger
PM AM Miles i Miles AM PM
2 60 6 00 .0 .L.. Kahului. .A 2.6 6 22 8 16
S 00 6 10 2.5 IA. Puunene. L .0 6 It 1 06
the West," featuring Art Accord.
U. OGAWA
JEWELERS and WATCHMAKERS
We cater to the highest and low
est class trade. Watch and clock
repairing.
P. O. Box 315 Phone 265, Wailuku
1. All train dally except Sundays.
1. A Special Train (Labor Train) will leave Wailuku dally, except Sundays.
at 5:30 a. m.. arriving at Kahului at 5:50 a. m., and connecting with the
1:00 a. m. train for Puunene.
I. BAGGAGE RATES: 150 pounds of personal bapgage will be carried free
of charge on each whole ticket, and 75 pounds on nch half ticket, when
bajgage Is in charge of and on the same train as the holder of the ticket.
For excess baggage 25 cents per 100 pounds or part thererf ill be
charted.
For Ticket Fares and other information see Local Passenger Tariff I. C. C
No. 12 or Inquire at any of the D epois.
I ALL MAUI READS MAUI NEWS WANT ADS.

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