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nvnNMNO IIUMjKTW, HONOLULU, T I!. THURSDAY, OCT., in. 1910.
, Exceptional values will be offered on Saturday morn
ing in tnc follow nj; 1 jics:
'CHILDREN'S HANDKERCHIEFS With Colored Border
i mid Initialed; put up three in a box. Regular price, 35c;
special price, 25c per box.
WHITE HEMMED BEDSPREADS Size 72x80; very
nice quality and weight. Regular price, $1.25; special,
CHINESE QRASS LINEN Wc are clearing out the re
mainder of last season's purchase of Chinese Gross Linen
Squares, Scarfs, etc., embroidered in white and blue Storks,
But'crflics, etc. $18.104.22.168 and $3 qualities; special,
$1.75 each. $4.50 quality; special, $2.75 each.
LADIES' KNITTED OOLF VESTS In White, Mottled
,and Navy. Regular, $1.50, $3.75, $3.50; special, $3.25,
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15
Sachs' Dry Goods Co.,
Corner Fort and Beret mia Streets Opposite Fire Station
Hllf S HEALTH
NOW is the time
my response to a request for an esti
mate will show you that the cost will
P. M. POND, Contractor Phone 2890
, ffl?" at the HOTEL MANX
, ll y ' j ' j IN SAN FRANCISCO ft
This magniffcent hotel is situated on Powell street,' in
the heart of the city, immediately accessible to all the
shops, theaters, railroad ticket offices, etc.
EUROPEAN PLAN Bedroom, with detached bath,
$1.50 and upwards; with private bath, $2 and upwards;
parlor, bedroom and private bath, $5 to $10.
AMERICAN PLAN $3 and up per day.
NOT ONLY THE BEST AT THE PRICE, BUT THE
EQUAL OF ANY AT ANY PRICE.
Honolulu Repressntativc: WILLIAM DOUTHTTT.,
ROOM 308, McCANDLESS BUILDING
A complete line of Desk,
Counting-Housc and Pocket
'Diaries for the new year. Get
yours now and be ready for
the necessary entries.
Hawaiian News Co.,
Alex. Young Building
Office Supply Co.,
".' I ')' Dealers .In
y l 'pLOBE-WERNICKE FILING
J. i k'nEtI and BOOKCASES,
GENERAL OFFICE STATIONERY.
0 3'1 FORT STREET
CHILDREN HAPPY AGAIN
Our Toy Department now open.
with a Fresh Stock of TOYS. GAMES
and a splendid line of BOOKS.
WALL, NICHOLS CO., LTD.
New Supply of
A. B. ATtLEIGH & CO., LTD.
For Your Automobile
A powerful mineral paste
mends leaky radiators eco
nomically and permanently.
It is also used with entire
W if action on leaky pipes,
refrigerator linings, pots and
Let us tell you about it.
Lewers & f ooke,
177 SO. KING STREET
M. E. Silva.
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALHER
Prompt 'and Polite Attention
CHAPLAIN LANE, OPPOSITE
Phone 1179 Night Call 1014
Compartments in the
For Particulars Inquire of
TOWNSEND UNDERTAKING CO.
Will do it
THE RENEAR CO.
ALGAROBA BEAN MILLS
Everything in BooRs!
BROWN & LYON CO., LTD.
Alcxf Young Building
THE BEST PLUMBING
Is Done by
The Pioneer Plumber
183 Merchant Street Phone 1931
Board of Health President Is
Pleased With Results of
The follow lug statement was mode
ly li1. J A. Mott-Hnilth, president o'f
tlio llcftrd of ndalth, while at lllld.
In lafcjcmo to thu sanitary condl
tlons on lliiwull;
I he .occasion of my last visit to
llllo a ml the lHluml of Hawaii wan
JusJ,ubout, a 'j car iiRO. Jliat prior
to mat f lino Ihcfe hail hccii u fur
tner 'uutbrc.ik of sickness In llllo
and, vicinity. It then becalno obvl
oils to mo Territorial llo.ud of
lle.llth thai Immediate steps should
lie taken, not only In HUo. where
Territorial funds were being expend
ed for bitter Baultiitlon, but uIko In
the uclghboiliig districts, mid, In
fait, tliiuughout the entires Hamakuu
'oast.' ' The reasons will h existed
Sir that time fully Justified and even
icuulred that an extra citoVt bo niuilo
by, not only tho health authorities,
hut li the people of ilm districts.
On the occasion of that lslt I was
compelled to point out that nut oul
wor.o the saiiltnr condition' of 'l"o
Itself a mciinco to the health 'if the
general community, Cut that an
ciiia menace existed In the planta
tion camps r i om Ulaa to Kiikulhaele.
That this observation was lorrcei
was fully demonstrated later In the
j ear, under the most deplorable cir
cumstance. 'In company with Dr. I'ratt and
Mr. llowcn, confeiences were had
with the shlpperu'iwliarf committee
and about every manager of tho
plantations within the dlstrl ts men
tinned. In addition to this, visits
weio made to every plantation and
almost oer plantation camp and the
ondltloiiH of .such camps carefully
looked Into. A plan was then for
iiiulated and submitted to the ship
pels' wharf committee and to cacti
of the plantation managers, as well
as to the plantation agents In Ho
nolulu, for tho extension and appli
cation of u nunc cMclctit campaign
for hotter sanitation throughout the
entire district To this plan utmost
every individual and organization
mentioned lent lendy assistance.
While a few havo been somewhat re
luctant to lidopt the plan, the neces
sity mid benelltB of It uto now grad
ually becoming apparent to theni, so
that at the present tlmo we have a
fairly unified effort toward better
Results Are Good.
"lienco it Is that one of tlio on
Jccts of this, my jeumd, vslt Is to
look over tho ground and to see the
results of tho work started a je.tr
ago. I can not help expressing
great satlsfa Hon over the results ob
tained. These losults are su li .that
surely all of those .who lina partici
pated In tho wo'rk huvo cause to con
gratulate themselves. Tho work,
however, has only Just begun. It
has begun well and should he con
tinued with even greater effort.
There Is no reason why this eldo of
tho Island should not ho entirely
ulcaicd of nil tumble. In this I in
clude typhoid and diphtheria, which
havo gained somewhat of a foothold
here. Nothing, however, can be ac
complished unless persistent efforts
aro niado In the futuro as lu tlio
"On this visit I havo noted the cf
licleut cleaning up and better sanl.
tatiou of that district of llllo which
is known as Nippon Alloy, among
other things. I went down tho Ha'
makua coast ad far us Laupaliochoc,
and all along tho Hue saw better
lahoieis' camps, as well as tho cs
tabllshmcnt of hospitals for ordinary
tieatnmit and Isolation hospitals.
Throughout the whole district to
Wulplo Valley tho sjstcm of illicit
Hon and sanitary Inspection Inn
been applied with more or less elll
len j. I'rom the reports of the
sanitiuy liiHpettois I ran t.eo that a
great deal of work has been done.
"In this matter of sanitation, both
lu llllo and In tho plantation camps,
I can not urgo too stioiigly the
maintenance of continued intoicst In
better sanitation. Tho Tcirltoilal
Hoard of Health Is using, mid will
(ontluuo to lire, oery effort to this
end. Its work and tho work of Its
officers Is not to bo computed to the
work which may bo done by tho va
l Ions corporations and individuals In
the dlstikt If they believe and take
a hearty Interest in bettering their
Buiioiindlng (ondlHons, bo It for tho
cause of better sanitation or for tho
cause of bettor and moro batlsfac
tory labor loudltlans.
"Another objeit of my lslt Is to
Institute In llllo and vKlulty u cam
palgn against tuberculosis. Tor this
purpose I have asked Dr. Hexton to
accompany mo horo to organise buch
a campaign on tho giouiul.
"Another object of my Usit Is to
lay out, on tho giound, plans for the
extension of tho quarantine station
"Perhaps the most Important nh-
Joct of m lslt Ir tho oxtonslon In
llllo and lrliilty of the rnoperatlnn
between tho U. S. Public Health and
During, Change of Life,
sas Alrs.'tlms. Barclay
(Iranltevllle, Vt. - " I win rasMnp
through HioChniiKeof I.lfenndslilTered
nintiitni mid 1
can truly .say that
pound lias proved
of gold to me, ns It
restored my health
ami Mreiigwi. i
never forget to tell
my friends what
Vegetable Compound lias dope for me
during this trjing period. Complete
restoration to health means so much
to me that for the sake of other sufler-
lug women I a,m willing to make iiij
trnuhlo public fo jou may publish
this letter." Sins. ("has. JlAittLAy,
lt.T I) .('. ranitidine. Vt
No other medicine for woman's Ills
has received such w ide-siircad and un
qualified endorsement. So other mod
Iclnu we know of has such-n record
of cures of female Ills as lias I.vdla K,
l'inkliam's Vcgetablo Compound
For more than SO) ears It has been
curing fenialo complaints such as
Inflammation, ulceration, local weak,
ncsses, fibroid tumors. Irregularities,
periodic pains, backache, indigestion
and nervous prostration, nndjt is
unequalled for carrjing women safely
through the period of change of llfn.
It costs but little to try Lydla K.
l'inkliam's Vegetable Com)onnd, and,
as Mrs. ll.irclHysays.lt Is "worth moun
tains of gold ' to suffering w omen.
SOFT PEDAL ON
BLUE SERGE SUITS
We are selling guaranteed
BLUE SERGE SUITS for
We mean by the guarantee
it will not fade; that it will
hold its color until worn out;
that the tailoring is of such
character that the garment
will absolutely hold its shape.
New Chief of Police Muffles
Merriment of the ,
Sail rranolno Is expcilonclug one
Of Its periodical moral waves Just
now, nccoidlug to news from the
f'oast, and tho famous "tenderloin
district Is coining In more mora than
Its usual sliuro.ot the effect. Major
McCarthy has remoed Chief of Po
lice Murtln after evidences of graft
In tho district hud been proved, and
u new chief, Se.wnour, Is ulicady
reigning In his stead.
Scjmour put the soft pedal nil the
tenderloin In it hurry. He lias
stopped dancing In tho many resorts
ami declined lor law and order. He
lias even prohibited women from
smoking clgaieltcs lu the resorts.
and the orders are carried out to tho
letter. With the passing of tho danc
ing featmes tho proprietors of tlio
places have erected stages and pro
pared vaudeville attractions, hut It Is
pi nimble that this, too, will he pro
Tho tenderloin is bounded by
IMdy, Turk, Mason nnd Taylor
If not, another suit froo
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A Style Leader
MANUFACTURERS' SHOE CO.. Ltd.-'
Chos. R. Fraadbr
j. 11" III rH
Tlione 1371 122 King St.
REQAL SHOE CO.
King and Betbel.
AVeekl) II u 1 1 r 1 1 u if I per j car.
.Marine Hospital Service and tho'Tcr-
rltorlal health department. Tor this
purpose l)r Itanius, head of that ser
vice in the Tcrrltmy, lias uccompa
nled me at my request. It has boon
very cratifilng to nolo the Interest
ho lias taken lu tho effoits of the
local health olllccrs toward bettor
sanitation and the satisfaction he
has expressed regarding .tho results
of su h efforts. Dr. Itanius nc om
panled mo to I.aupahoelioo and iiImi
Imtdc an Inspection of llllo nnd par
tleulaih of the wlianes and laipl
lugs ami shipping fucllltlcs. The
work of the Territorial health oill
rhils naturally leads up to tho work
of the IVdeial department which ho
leprcseuts. In that It Is tlio work of
prevention of tlio spread of those
dlsuuhctf against which It is tho
provluio of his department to act In
connection with shipping and torn
merce, 1 think 1 am safe In saying
t hut because of the work dono by
the plantations, the shippers' wharf
committee and many Individuals, Dr.
HamuK will leave lllo with a gieat
deal of assurance In the safety and
elllclency of the measures that hae
been taken and lu the likelihood of
"Peisonall). 1 havo thoroughly
enjojed this lslt to llllp, for tmo
ic.it.on gi eater than all others, that
of Mitlsfaitlou that n sstciu benc
'liilal to nil hern has been put Into
successful operation and has every
Iirntpeet of greater success In the
Stone Wall Work
COLDS CAUSE HEADACHE
LWAT1VU HKOMO-QUININK, re
moves the caxisc. Used the world ocf
tc euro n fold In one clay. I'. i
(iROVU'S signature on each m, Maila
l'R.i JtnilCI.NU CO, Saint Luuls. L. S. A.
Complete equipment for rapid and'
thorough, execution of all planta
tion construction work. ' ' ?
Portable Track, Dump Cars, TVIule
Teams and Wagons; Plows,- Har
rows, Light and fleavy Rollers
in the hands of capable workmen. ,
P; M. POND
Telephone - 2890 .