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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. H, THURSDAY, JUNE , 1012. '
WHERE DOCTORS CLEAN CITY FORCE
FAILED TO HELP MOVE
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta
ble Compound Restored
Mrs. Green's Health
Her Own Statement.
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boss. All irtpr tho city little grouin
of citizens not out In slilrt-slenves niul
overalls nhi handled spade or rake or
lioe Willi enthusiasm.
Ik-ports at headquarters secured by
a Uul(ctln representative showed
committees working ns follows, be-
nnil effective force on duty nt the main
headquarters. Mr Mott-Sinltli scut
many of them on "Inspection tours"
of tlio city and their reports showed
that they were keeping their eyes open
and doing Kood work. The lioy scouts
who were working todny were
Caplnln David Pent Nelson Kohln
son, Ilemy Thompson, Hohert Iloyd,
Daniel Vliln, Tlctor lloyd, Italpli lohn
Captain Frank Sllva -C Morc)nmn,
A. Amoy, Ah Sing, Frank Vincent, Al
pxonder llooplll, (leorge Victor.
Captain II, II. Hitchcock - Frank
Junior Scouts, I'alnma -Jos Aknna
eovingion, mo. "xour medicine nos Biues several rrom which reports ' ("IMP nKTRIPT PADTAIM
done mo more good than all the doc- could not b secured until later- . I !,,, ,, 7
SAYS GOVERNOR'S PLACE
IS DIRTIEST HE FOUND
tor's medicines. At1 Unanre Commute". II I. Spalding
avcry monthly period clialr'nnn rvo estimate of the exact
I had to stay In bed umo"nt of 'noncy necessary to nnanco
four days because of ''? W iaCiVV.ltl?V?U.n le 8ecure!'
hemorrhages, and l"', 1 '?,..bc". V .'.' .".' '?mJ:
my bock was so weak Wtll lhe )01ll,illlty or running some cording to Col, C I
I could hardly walk. I hundred dollars less, There nrol,Bl" r tllc clt'a" l'l'
i navo oeen lastng plenty of funds cither already sub.
Lydla E. Pinkham's scribed or nvallable, pledged If neces
pound and now I can
stay up and do my
sary, to seo tho day through without
fctlntlng on the work being done.
Districting, Ii A. Mott-Sinlth. chair.
1 think It Is' man Tho work of this committee was
tho best medicine on earth forwomen." . "nl8"c.1' uproro ucan-up Day began
Mrs. Jennie Green, Covington, Mo.
How Mrs. Cllno Avoided
(lovcrnor ."rear's plnco at I'unahou
It the dirtiest spot In" District 41), ne
there. McCarthy. Interviewed this
morning, said that the Inspectors who
Visited tho premises of (lovemor
Frcar this morning reported that six
large barrels filled with empty tins
were found behind tho house
Although the Inspectors ordered
tho Japanese servants of Governor
Frcar to put the place In sanitary con
dition they refused to obey them, ho
Tho city Is laid out Into twenty-two
districts, and each district Is handled
llV II pnntnltl ntwl rnma tit naglatnnta
in districting the city care was taken a,u- 'ccnriny is uutcnnlneil to en-
Urownivllle. Ind.-"I can -ay that' ' '. " ,. " '," -", " "?. " ""! u. .. i7 -".'..-.. .."'"""
t .. i .... ...ii j-i ". ... .ii"uia nuiuu uu wfjii uiviuL'U unu no." "- -" uw nuv icu
i.y(iiar..iinKnamsvegeiaoioiompounu mt HUu Uumpa and burning grounds uer nstnnco to the Clcan-Up Day
has done me more good than anything ' .., bo established. ICommltteo In cleaning the paco bv
else. One doctor said I must be opera-. Labor. William Welters, chairman foren 'K' "' matter will bo reported
ted upon for a serious female trouble ' About r,00 laborers wore employed to- to ,llu clll'f of ll'e Clean-Up Day Com
and that nothing could help me but an day, exclusive of those who drove or.ni',(''e'
opcrutlon. worked on the carts. Uesldes this, "A" U'o other places In my district,"
"1 had hemorrhages and at times householders and residents Itlerally by continued McCarthy, "are clean Tho
could not get any medicine to stop them. the thousand were at work from 7,d'tch mauka of Wilder avenue will bo
IgotlnsuchaweakcondltlonthaUwould "'clock In the morning on until thero thoroughly cleaned beforo sunset."
buve died if I had not got relief soon. ! wns nothing else to do. Ono hundred I , Mcl.nr by had four coal carts, which
"Several women whd had'taken vour Prisoners are also being used. All aroi ere. looked after by six volunteer in
Coinmund told Tme to trv It and I dVrcrrllorlnl I'rlwneM. Tho County Plor. and four laborers. All the
Bi.Tl!flAli.in prisoners are not at work. It Is a le- rubbish and garbage will be carted
and found it to be the right medicine to Ka, ,o)(ay nn(J Jaer Arc1i mi(er th(j ?ttny to ,0 dumping grounds on Slier
build up theyystem and overcome law gaJ )le cannot com,)e tic vrlmn Idau street beforo sunset today And
female troubles. Irs to work imlnv. If anything Is left undonn v thnt iim,.
.j:rilVtrdtii' ." Committee, K. A. t''fiSS
I ! lit,,. dMMU rf.i?irtn
..tyt .rim nuiii it . . irri 2i'W'itfi
rm ,.).! " M,." WHJtr tt--ST ' SA
I J5E '
III V fWf M tll lw
Clothes that satisfy. This
is the only kind we handle.
wc do not patronize houses
who manufacture clothing
that simply look good for a
day or so; but a line that is
sold' on it's merits, is the
only kind that can he found
in this store.
Cor. Fort and Hotel Sts.
an I ever expected to. be, sol think I chairman Onn hnmirmi ;,i'.p'i1 uf 'bo committee, but of the own
glit to thank you for It." Mrs. O.M.(ollr Cllrt v,ro rol)ort,.d actively en i?.r . t.he Premises who failed to clean
ougntioinanKyouiorii. -nirs. u. ai. follr cllrtH y,cre roportej nctvely en
Cune, S. Main St. Brownsville, Ind. ,,aged In hauling by Chairman Hermit
rT"',r??5S!?"s;S r.t noon today. The Fourth and Fifth
I Sub Districts wero found to need more
carting than the others. Main dumps
were established at Iwllel and Sheri
dan streets. There was also estab-
r t-i m . iiHiieci a scow-uumping Bjsiem opcrat-
ImpOrCer rOrt OtilllR from tl,e mchards-strcct wharf
taking the fruit and unburnable gar
Uaged In hauling by Chairman Hermit'! ..im ', C,c,8 a". , ,car,e.tl .away lllclr
'"""" imich uuiaiuu ineir premises
Karly this morning District 411 was
thoroughly cleaned, but on further in
spection It was found that other bar
i els of rubbish and garbage had been
left no the streets. On this account
tho workmen went through their per-
Boston Black, 8ecand Floor
HIGH . CLA8S MILLINERY
Club Stables Block
MRO. E.-Er DAVIS. Proprietor
BCAUTITIES IN HEADGEAR
Aro Always Found at tho
huge and rubbish out to sea and ' I.rma".ce. nl;aln " ,lle 8a,ne Pn.
dumping there. All tin cans, bottles, "'JL ." V, . p ., f7-.01"-etc..
were thrown out at the two main1...0"'"1 Ka'mukl a considerable quan
dumps. Qhalrman Hermit reported at " y r, emP'y 'n"k tins was found In
noon that tho work of curtlng is mov-! J,(v"a'JI'Iac"s- , '" l!l absence of
tng much raster than last year, owing'.. ' . "uun? "u,u "" " P'aco
to the short hauls to the sub-dumps. '"? yar '?, n,u.c1' cleaner slnto tho
and tho fact that much rubbish Is be
ing burned In ards. The carting will
be finished today.
Women's Cooperation, Mrs. F. J.
Lowrcy, chairman The women's com
rnlltces did splendid wrok all day. Ue
sldes aiding In the actual clean up
work, the ladles of the city cheered on
tho workors by serving refreshments
In many districts. At headquarters It
was statedlthat much of the success
of the day Is' due to thfe active work
of tho Women.
Transportation, Norman Watklns,
lust Clcan-Up Day.
Clark said that with sixteen men
working on eight wacons work In Mx
district progressed satisfactorily. Hut
he added that It would bo a bard Job
for him and his men to go through the
22 mllo district before tho work Is com
pleted. Tho Kalmukltes wero busy cleaning
theli premises this morning when the
general committee vlsltod the place.
Captain A. It. Gurray, assisted, by
J. L. Holt were hard at work this
Inspectors. He had one dumping
ground on Dolo street and another one
on Sheridan street.
District No. 4A.
Win. Thompson, through Mr. Wall,
reported progress in his district this
morning. Five wagons and eight meu
did the work satisfactorily A great
deal nf cleaning was done here last
District No. 4D.
D. A. McNamara, who personally
worked with his men this morning,
said that more time was spent In
carting away the rubbish than any
thing else. Ho had four wagons and
twelve men to work In his district to
day. Ily 10 o'clock this morning for
ty loads of garbage had been unloaded
display of antagonism was shown tho were engaged In the hauling of leftist
Inspectors and men engaged In the rc-At 11 o'clock this morning the district
nfovul of refuse A fow words and a iiesented u very clean appearanie.
decided stand taken bj these officials Under the direction of S. Mawue, the
appeared to Nave a very beneficial -f i Walakamtlo toad headquarters was a
feet. I busy plnte. There Is ninth land under
Those prominently Identified with the control of the Illshop Kstalo In
the Clean-Up movement covered nil tills district,
portions of the clt) with the aid of jiu District 8B.
lomoblles. llefore noon today a gen I Headquarters for this district was
.. i.i i.r. . ;.: i ma'',cu1 locatul lit Kuiiieli.inu-lin Schools A
win. uimuvin nua IIIUUv.,
the nnli member of Mrs MiOrew s
Imiiieiliiitil) fumll) and relatives now
In tliuclt), Dr I II l'oipr ltenolil
Mifirew .Mrs A A oiniir. Mr tin.!
Mrs Arthur Hrrg, Miss Pruiues (III-letti-
Mr mid Mrs It llirrliiKtou
niul M (Irabuin Mrs (' II Cooper
Is In th. lio-pltnl In (ukluml und tho
nnl miii J Turn MiOrtw, Is mi his
wn I nine from l'nrl
lllsliiip lUMarhk read the funeral
large forte or students was set to w ork , " " ,c,,t "f,,r w,bk'1 l,,c ""''" I'""
.leaning up tho prcmlsts. N. T , rr"!" ,ho "itlie.lr.il I l,j lie) n..l,l Mcflrew-
riiomson, In charge, was assigned ono """ """" " 1' mrj. ..-
i nun. urn, v,iiuiPV "iin unoiuvil UIIU, . lit
cart and six laborers, who succeeded ""' ' ' menibers of the family
Headquarters for this district wns
located at tho residence of II. II. Wal
Ker on Nuuanu street. Here one via 'in ...,.bi., ..o,.Ui.i..r..i,i i I- an.l liulnmt.- friends The tliinl srr
Ron and two men were laklpg tare of,,lt, ica, f refuse piled along the!u-L' "n" ,v'"1 l,v "lo '"'op nnd tho
mo reiuse urougui to ine irom oi tnoj htreets and roadwas. Fruit found on' P""i in uie vnuu wiui inn nsnes
IIIL'lllint-n. Ul KM UI1II111I11H .11 IIIHMIM,,--, .......! . .. , ,... ... . . . . VI .1.IH
. . ... n. . . --,.. . ., . Ir .,.,.. uiih ill. ill. .i in i, iiiiiiiiit-r in.:
nnu iiumpeu on ino sncriuan street were gathered in this d sir ct. The .;. " "
i fruit was hauled to the Incinerator,!' . , . ,!
r.,fu,. l.lnMlu"iriEI OU
chairman Mr. Watklns had charge or morning cleaning their district, Thoy
the automobile transportation. Dur-1 ,md . 0,ll' "ne w8on and two men to
lug tho morning he hnd twenty ma
chines at his disposal, most of which
were volunteered by owners. Mr. Wat
Walter Dillingham and Chief In- while the ordinary- refuse wn holnu
epector Charlock were present here, .tnken to Iwllel dump.
District 4E. 'District 7A.
A. W. Seabury latin charge here.1 A1(!Wft 0Rnts presented a pleasing
lhorkM8"n'C"aCnlL) finished ear llctlirt. to tle c'n-Up Coinmltte
y this afternoon. Seabury hnd thlr meII who journeyed p that way this
teen wagons and twenty-four men to morI1R. 0n every hand were noted
DM I t4C " ' j columns of smoke arising from burn
in this district Captain It. I.. I.ooth 0r" i,a or .. waT ad' ,e MXft "" M ""'"
cported everything lovely. At noon. ttnK0Iin oaK,gm.(, l0 tlml llgtr,ct atul Ka'"'1 l"r""
u. uiu uiu nnrn wus iiiiisueu. lie ,. ,.u i,n,.i...i ,.i w:i,,i ,i..,r...a ti.i. .ii0.
With C C Jnmes In tliurge. am.
headqunrterH at the Knlmulkl Fertlli
ler Works, a largo and well-populaled
section was ably covered with the as
sistance of three teams and four men.
Inspector James stated his belief that
his district would be covered by t
o'clock this nflernoon. No mangoes
Mtflrt-w's htixbmid, who died u
Just received by S. S. Sierra, the
very latest In fancy TAILORED
LINEN SUITSl also ONE-PIECE
LINEN DRESSES and LINGERIE
1027 NUUANU STREET
Hn to.dxt. Millinery and Men's Hate
EWA SCHOOL WILL GIVE
kins, however, stated that ho was dis
appointed somewhat that a moro hear
ty response had not been made to tho
icqucstB sent out by mall asking for
volunteer machines. He sent out 235
notices and only SO peoplo took tho
trouble to respond although a return
postal card was sent them. Tho hear
ty thanks of tho press are duo Chair-
,un uuu iwo men io ... . was nuuieu i iwiiei uumi.a. i
work around tho premises and, early """ ,"",?."" MB" io tan away lrct , n(lcr ,1H direction of F
this afternoon, the work was done.,1110 "cur . .. "e" . romm . . ca!u. MtLaiighlln, who hnd eight men most
The rutin Hi w lin enrle.l nunv II. 1 "" """ ""- iiuiin-ufur. Uoo.ll
. i mir ,l.r...a n.nl Inn .Mn
Captain Wm. Hush, Kapahiilu, who
had chnrgo of one wagon and two
workmen, reported this morning that
tho premises In his district has been
cleaned on June 11, Kamehameha Day,
when the citizens of that suburb sac
rificed tho holiday to thoroughly sani
nUil it tliai mnrnlnrr tit lilo illuimdnl 1' lirt
our vTugons and ten men to woik forng()ni, wcro in(cn with scrap iron.
inn. i.muj. t nu ove1 utm,,,,, a genernl clean
. 'lug up of premises was ono fenture
UlSIHIUrS SHOW MUCH olei1 d'Tl"" '' Inspection.
- District tc.
Under (he direction of M. D. Ahreu
this district, with headquarters at tho
llnwallnn Pol Faetnrv on IJIlhn street.
Columns of smoke from hundreds -of showed a general observance of the
WORK DONE BY CITIZENS
TO HELP CLEANER CITY
man Watklns nnd his committee fori"110 Ine'r community, lie had very plies or burning rubbish marked the tlenn up proclamation Three teams
two machines furnished nowspapor-l'""0 ork to do this morning. At tho progress of a general cleanup of tho and four men were engaged In tho
men for their use all day, which noon-hour ho reported his district several districts In that section of tho work of removing tons of rubbish and
greatly facilitated tho handling of tho thoroughly cleaned. clt of Honolulu situated Kwa of Nun- garbage. Ily 9 o'clock a half-dozen
On Friday, Juno 21, at 10:30 a. m,
tho children of l!uu school are to
give a Mother Goose convention nndjlng this tho pupils were sent to their
news. One or tho machines was giv
en by Acting Governor Mott-Smlth,
while Dr. Shepherd of the Hoard of
Health drove the other.
School and Hoy Scouts Committee,
W. T. 1'ope, chairman Tho Hoy Scouts
and schools did Bplendld work. Chair
man I'opo said today that a number of
the schools, Including the Kaiulanl,
Central Grammar, Hoyal, Kuahumanu
and Normal, assembled, listened to
Clean-Up Dsy lectures by the teachers
and then turned to with a will and
(leaned up school premises. Follow
premises wire gliiu n spetlitl groom- Hoik Inst night "This species Is found
In.. .l.lu ln...nlnn ,....!.. .., ,......, .... 1 .. ....
.1 .iiip.ineHo reception. Tliero will no
:iii exhibit of work also.
Tho nlght-bloomlng corcus at Oaliu
College is blooming now and crowds
nro taking ndvantago of the flno
nights to go to tho collcgo grounds.
II u lie tin
lids best Huslncss Get-
homes to aid In tho cleanup work In
tho various districts.
Boy Scouts a Feature.
Tho Hoy Scouts wero a distinct fea
ture Most of them wore their scout
uniforms, nnd a brighter, busier bunch
of youngsters never assembled any
where than these. Thoy scattered ov
er the city In attendance at various
district headquarters, with a large
Ing this morning thert-li) railing In
with tin, spirit or the day
OF LATE MRS. McGREW
uistric. no. c ami' street. At tho noon hour todny loads of material wero on the wuy to
In tho absenco of J. A. Oilman, cap- practically all gathering of refuse was the dumps Moat of tho refuso ofTercd
tnln of the district, Mrs. Oilman Bald completed In the section bounded by thu Clean-Up fortes Included tin cans,
this morning that two wngons and tciuNuunmi. School and Alcwa Heights. ;iottles nud Junk in general. Little or
men were out there busy working on1 Captains, lieutenants ynd assistants no fruit was discovered, although a
the different promises. Almost all tho wero busy officials during the curly genernl canvass for such was made,
garbage had been collected and await morning hodrs In marshaling laborers, District 7D.
ed tho arrival of oxtra wagons to tnrt posting Inspectors and disposing of. W A Uivo In chargo and hcadquar-Haw-ay.
I tho nvallable wagons and carts. 'ttrs nt Kuakliii street. Included a
District No. 3. A lack of transportation was appar- dense!) -populated district Tho force
In this district, A. L. Andrews, ns- cut In the Kallhi Buburb. of men detlares that It found a largo
Mstant to Captain W. A. OreonwuH,' Nuuanu street until 10 o'clock was' quantity of mangoes, many being re
paid that the work had been finished lined for many blocks with all sorts moved to the waiting scows or the c re
in a most satisfactory manner. "The of containers filled with a picturesque matory at an early hour this morula?
district Is In very good ulmpe," said assortment or rubbish. Tho statement was mado by inspect-
Andrews this morning, when seen at Fruit gathered In many districts was ors In this district that considerable
his headquarters In the I'unahou quickly conveyed elher to tho niunlo opposition wus manifested by Chinese
nrniirilii li.nl a -,-, ne-.-ir An mab. ...-.. I .! 1 ...sl.. ,... . i- etv-.-ii rt.. a -r . . . .
u.,Uo. iii.n.niioiui) .11 in u itow iiiuuieii in le-m-un ui uiu i rem i nisi tyoinpuiiy i iiueiiug ine Himpie uuu impressive cer. does not wish to illseuss the imiii.r
-', iw. ..v. --. . ,nu iuui ... i' ui i diii-i-., ui'tmiflw ui .no luiiiutui ui niuiiKuet run iiiy, w tnoiiestly illsihilms making nuv
K. Uuffnndeau, captain of the Cleai ' Inspectors report that tliero was but nnd other decaying fnilt. Two teams The urn containing the nshiw was rnrciistH of gn.it coinmerrlul di-velon-Up
Day brigade In this section, report little opposition displayed on tho part and two men wero assigned to this sec-. pl.ited nur the ilmm-i-l rail, ami about mint for the forest but otlurs who
ed this morning that the district Is 90 of property-owners or residents to- tlon. it were hnnkid the muss.- of Ixuutl- have heard of his 'work and Its ri
per tent, cleaner this year than on last ward an observance of the rules laid District 8A. fill flowers and tloral emblems suit !y suits have 'within the past rour davs
Clean-Up Day. Huffandcau had five down by the commitleo some weeks Thirty men were set to work In this frltmU In token of resp.ct nud sjmpa- ilethirtd thnt th dlsmvtrlts urn or
dumpcarts, twenty workmen and ten ago. In one or two Instances a brief district this morning. Four teams th Tho ft out pews wire occupied by great Importance
FOR THE ARMY
Ch-an-l'n D.iv wasn't snedallv nti-
sirved h) the anil) or navj fur the'iiml a
guo.1 reason that ever) da) Is si rub day
In the service At the ami) posts reg
ular Inspections lire held ever) S itur-
iii) niul special luspeitliins once 11
month, and might) little In the way or
untidiness gets ll) the c)e or the post i
command. rs The Honolulu navnlsta. '
tlm Is alwii)s spl.k ami span The!
various mllcers who have homes In the
clt),' howev.r siw to It that their
(Continued from Pace 1)
problems presented to the sclentl'U
The great rulibir fori st Is In ll.o
I 'u ii waa wan distrlet, nnd is on goi.rn-ini-rit
land. It Is stated. This tin.! Is
now under lease to Hubert Hind It
was leased for grarlng purpojoi fur
the I'uuwaawiia Cattle Hunch, and Hie
has.. s said tu have six )eurs )t ti
run. The question Is now .pres. rteil
us to-licl!iir under his lease Mr llli'd
tins the right to tan the rubber tree-s.
romliient Territorial olllelal Is
said to have alread) ilcelilcl that lie
(an not tap them
Tin, distrlet Is somewhat ln.iee.ssl
ble U Is above the lava How or UOI
Mr Hock sii)s that the forest lies be
tween 2000 and 3000 re. t elevation, nnd
that the climate Is vvnrm and dr) The
trees rtach a height or twent) fi.it. ami
some are ten Inches In diameter
1 lie trees are Indigenous." said Mr
nowhere else In the world "
A few )ears ago n Miwrnmtnt roitl
was run ulong the slopes below- Oie
for. st, nud It Is said that while b fore
that time botunlsta and forest. rs were
In some or the distrlet. thev nrohihli
i never renllie.l the extraordinary fact
Memorial services over the ashe-s of, or this great rubber forest
the Into Mrs J K MeOrew were held Mr Hock said lust night thnt 111
at Ht Andrew's cathedral Wednesday ndvauee of mure .1, finlt.. ........ ,. .
,.... ,. .-., .... ,.., ,.. .... ...... . .
ion nun iiiuiiiu'bi.'u uy niiieso iiic.rnixiii wiui nisiiop uist.iriiK ton- vvltnt the verdict on the samnles Is
Large Shipment of New Summer Goods
This is the first large shipment of merchandise personally
selected by our Mr. Lennox and comprises the latest in
Beaded Fringes, Dresses, Skirts, Silks and Millinery
RIBBON SALE NOW ON
SACHS' DRV GOODS CO., LTD., fort and beretania sts.
.... . . .--itU?,, ,-nthfc .EnWia.-fc .-Ai,. . . -fYHfif ffalli
.xamM&MtiL wnuto,.. ... .-.
feWawllaajftUtiA tMJ&HiM:m$uZi&iii UWirfkMjdSMtJutil Jaii-ii