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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, WEDNESDAY, OCT. 25, 1911 Constipation Vanishes Forever Pnapt Rtlicf-PemtMit Can CARTER'S UTTLE UVER PILLS m ia. Purely nru able act surely but (hu oa dwlmr. Slop (her diaaet din reas on lads. Seeps. rui.SaudD.H.wihka Gcmalne nmim Signature mm I V. .CARTERS ISITTLK daaaw ll,VER Jn llrlUK SEPTIC TANKS RECOMMENDED FOR SEWAGE AT FORT RUGER The board of nriny ofllcors which hli transfer to number regiment, ntul met lit Port ltngor last week to ton cliler the sewage problems of that post linn maili! ItH report ntul recommenda tion to department headquarters. Tlio nlllccra, after n thorough exam RATH IS MAKING SOME RADICAL (Continued from Page 1) faco of tlio earth, demanded a large Increase In the number of dwellings ami homes. Ah a coiisoqucnco tlio tenement district sprang up nml re united In had living conditions and a high death rale. Wo started our In vestigations at onco and wcro ntnnzod nt lite conditions wo found. Willi great illllleiilty we started a move ment for better houses, new houses were built and some were recon structed. Ono prominent religious worker In the city said this will never do, as the oor peopo do not caro to live decently, they prcfur to live like hogs. On Living Conditions. "As a result of our experiments wo found that even the poorest people wanted to llvo decently and that they would us long as living prices and wages permltled'lt. After running the cottages and houses for almost four years wo found that wo hail lost but 12 In rentals. The plantation labor era take In every nationality In tlio world, and tlio live In tlio utmost poverty. They tried to organize, but tlio sugar trust lifted its linger nnd the movement was squelched. Al though sugar Is raised and mido right there, ono oftentimes find that it cohIs moro to buy it there than it does In this country. "Again there is the plneapplo Indus try. Tho United States government thought that this industry would be the means of sending many farmers to Hawaii. It started out well, but to day tho plneapplo industry Is con liU departure from Honolulu after a Ktny of only a few iiioiiIIik. l.leut. Prcdcmlull, who hut Jint ro reived bin llrKt lleoti iianev. Im trims- feirid to the Twentieth Infantry, which' To Sit Rid at This Pasts .in "''"'' ' ' Illation of local condition nml of tlici left here a few weeks ago for Port necessities of the case, en me to tho Douglas, t'tah. The olllcer came here conclusion that n system of septic with the Hooond, which relieved the tanks, with no over How Into an adja- Twentieth, and was made battalion and cent ravine, would lio entirely sutlsfao- post quartermaster at Port Hhnflor No lory, and have recommended Hint till' sooner has lie liecomo familiar wllli the plan be followed as soon as possible, somewhat complex duties of the olllce The olllcers who composed the board thnti be Is ordered away. The trans- wcro MnJ. James At. Kennedy, .Medical fer does not become effective for ono Corps; MnJ. IMwnrd J. Tlmberlnke, month, however, and that will give Coast Artillery Corps; Cnpt. Prnfik 11. Lieutenant Preileiidall n chance lo show Kdwards, iiiartermaster; 1st l.leut. bis successor the ropes. Joseph II. Knnford, .Medical Ileservo Corps; 1st ILoiit, Oeorgo II, Tuttle, Camp Very Is being connected with Medical lteservo Corp.". the city sewage system. The recent filling In of the waterfront at the ma There Is consternation nt Port Rhnf- rlno barracks has made the old sower ter over the nows that the promotion system unsatisfactory, and workmen of l.leut. Lloyd It. Predendall means nr now engaged laying tlio new pipes. ROAD DEPARTMENT DEFICIT Charlie. Wilson may well say, "Un easy lies tho head that wears the Ho nolulu road department crown of au thority." Wilson now finds himself between the boms of u serious and nerve-racking dilemma, Irate Xiiiiuniiltcs nro Insistent In their demand that the work of complet ing the widening of that thoroughfare be rushed to completion. Politicians who nssumo tho role of llepuhllcnn "bosses" are equally keen that ns largo a force of tho faithful be kept con stantly employed. On the other hand. Wilson Is said on excellent nutborlty to face all sorts of trouble, as well as a big overdraft In funds allotted to bis department for tho specific purpose of carrying out tho proposed scbemo for Nuuanu aveliuo Improvement, "That deficit which the morning pa per glibly tells of amounting to n few hundred dollars, call far better bo placed at llgures resembling several thousand dollars," declared a member of the Uoard of Supervisors this morn ing. Oratorical Pyrotechnic! Galore, There was a full .meeting of tho Hoard of Supervisors called last even polnlee. Wilson also appears to have found partial favor In the opinion of the lonely anil Hourbonosqiic Meridian. Charles Arnold, who represents Kwa district on the board, wus Inclined to stay with the Low ami Kulnlit faction. Amana, however, was found to poi ses decided leanings In the direction of an Insurrections Murray camp. Wilson Is alleged to faco all over draft of about thlrty-llvo hundred dol lars In his department. "Wilson lias not paid the slightest at trillion to the Instructions or a word of advice offered by tho road commit tee." Insisted one member of that body "He goes ahead III tho faco of tho fact that tho old Wilder overdraft of Honolulu road funds has never been met nnd settled. This amoimted to $1, 0(10 alone. With bills which have niimi Into the department for work perform ed In August and September, tb amount will easily f lot up to thirty llvo hundred dollars." After long and heated argument, tho supervisors Inst night decided to let the road department maintain a small force on Nuuanu aveliuo to preserve what work has already been done. 'One great trouble with Wilson It no Idea eon Chairman Dwlght of the road com- on the Nuuanu Job," said uiiother road .lit..n on nmrn Hum one occasion got committeeman this morning, "nnd w real torrid under his collar. Klien Low, learn that many of the political pro cowboy municipal legislator, fresh from teges there do not do nny more work his gory conquests on tho Isolated Is- each day than they absolutely have to, land of Knhoolawe, was out for tho to keep In close i iieellon with tho Hcaln of Wilson on tho ground Hint city and county payroll. ho claimed Hint ofllclal had proved him- The matter of tho deficit or over, self as Incompetent to mnnngo tho II- draft In the road department funds will nances assigned to his department. serve as an Illuminating tuple ror rur Supervlsor Murray and his cninpa- ther discussion at the next meeting of trlot. "Hnnawakl" Kruger, stood pat III the board, which has been called for their support of tho Murrayesquo up- Friday evening. t.ll,,.t l.v ,mn Of,, 1 till mlvllirA lllg. 1'Or neitriV IW'O Hours UIO oilmen ..r ..ii . ii,..-.. 'i ,, ,niiu .,,,! of the nvnlancbo of verbage was dl- that ho had apparently ,.. ,....i .,.,,, roll,,!,,... oreln.llce. Imilrectcd towards tho alleged mismanage- corning the cost of keeping up Ills do It Is now being overlooked and thcy'ont of road department nffalrH under partment. He has bad at times asblgli -'ii oilt. i,nrm.ilnnlv Tim nhlJtlin Wllsonlnii reglmo. ns one hundred nnd fifty men nt work neso and Japancso nro sobsr nnd I thrifty peoplo, and hnvo kept tho wages up to a standard In somo places. A largo Japanese slrlko took place then) and II was tho most ieaceful and quiet strike over heard of. Nev ertheless, it waB hardly safe for them to live in somo of thu places, as tho trusts, and their Intercuts wero tle.i porute. 8ays Politics Are Rotten. "Tho politics of the country nro rot ten. Nearly 75 per cent of tho people lire disfranchised and the trusts und their Interests uso every concolvalito (rick and Intriguo to keep tho people's candidate;) from being elected. The bitiiatlon as it now stands Is a plu tocratic despotism, I bollevo that the peoplo could govern themselves prop erly if they once bud tho opportunity to try it. The races mlnglo with each other and marry and tho product of this Intermingling Is n remarkably in telligent clnsg of people. Tho courts nro fully us had as tho politics. Thoy are controlled absolutely by the sugar trusts and therefore harm tho poor peoplo on every side. It Is tho same nil over Hawaii and Hie time has ar rived when things must change. Tlio proper authorities should Investigate ho affairs thero and remedy thorn ns noon as Ksnil)!e." Mr. Hath showed ninny Interesting views pointing out tho condition thero and his lecture was extremely Inleicstlng. Miss Smith, a Hawaiian girl, sang several selections In her native tongue. Music also was fur nished by the Socialist Club orchestra. Stearns' Electric Rat and Roach Paste la the most reliable exterminator; also t lor rats, mice, waterbugs, etc. Oct tbe Uenuloc. Monar hack If II filla 25c and $1.00. Sold Everywhere STEARNS'ELECTRICPASTECO.,Chlcago,lll ALL DRUGGISTS LAST OF CROP il Honolulu's bumper sugar crop of 1911 will be denned up nil,! on Us way to tnatket by hevt Sa iiiil.it night, if the Ainerlc m-ll.iu man Irelghter Neluaskan sail. a.. .c!ielul Of e,l from llllti next Huturd.iv course Ihete will bo the ir ual oil i lering shipments for a short I'm I hereafter, somo going to the Chicken i refinery, but the crop will within 1'iel next few days he olllclally mil of t ie way ami preparations under w ly f r, (he new crop. j Yesterday tho Sugar Parlors' ruin pany leceived news that the last half I of the Columbian's cirgo had leached! market via Tebuanleiiee. This' amounts to about L'.noo lnn. Tlio I firs! half of the Alaskan's eargi. cdl mated at about S.Diin tons. Is due to leach the market any day, an 1 bilh will ptobably get tho . !5 price. The estimates for the lull crop have not been mnterl.i I - changed I mill the llgures published In tbe '111 I let I n a number of weeks ag i The Island emp will probably b iiioiiud ."il.'.Uiiii tops. Some of the plantation iomh1s are late, and It may ill op slightly miller this llguie or go out it. Alfred Benjamin Clothes I Correct Clothes for Men Tho man who onco buys "Den j.imin" clothes may he reliocl upon ns n steadfast customer. No better credentials could pos sibly be offered. No stronger ar uunicnt In favor of your becoming a customer of the "Benjamin" store. Tbe tint only thouuli they are priced as moderately as any you ever wore. Anent!. for PHOENIX Pure Oilk HOfiC for Men and Women nniLHJ i - 1491ml s HlKmltt&'-'fJli , JFtr iii t m?tj lii t JlVf i l nin i (&Hw J .m tV? Hkr wl Benj.imjn Qlics FILIPINOS ARE MtWt BLUE IS COMINO ON NEXT SIERRA Oovemor Prear received u cable gram tlil i mnmlng staling that lr. Ilupert I'l ie, llio poled Foilonl h""Uli evoolt will h'.-ivn Rati f.'raiirlseii Tur ''' ""'''j Honolulu mi Noiciiiber I. b Hie sleanier Sleira. "The first newn we leceived," stal ed tlio (linci'i'iir this morn'ug, "was I tin I he was coming earlier bill evi dently the surgeon general must have l!xieiieneeil presn boy la wanted al the II II I I n I I u. BICYCLE SEAT SAVES TINY LAD , CALLED -BULLETIN ADS PAY Slipping from n chair on which ho was standing, a Ihreo year old Ha waiian hoy named Kabul, yesterday fell twenty feet from a balcony of a tenement house und landed on his head. People who saw tho acctilont rushed to tho sceno and carried tho Inert llttlo figure across tho road to the board of health laboratory, which was nearby. Women screamed and all luado snro that ho was dead. Tin erdlct was, however, that except fjr a lirulso on tho forehead thero was no other Injury. Tho caso Is ono of thoso remark able freak accidents that, If Incor porated Into a magazine story, no one will believe. Tho llttlo fellow was playing on tho balcony of tho tene ment liouso and curiosity led to him to bring out a chair, stum! on it, and hang over tho railing In order to see what was going on down In tho street below. Underneath tho Bpot where ho was Is the blcyclo shop of S. Komoya. One of Ills men had Just returned from u message and hud left his machine i'tauiliug outsldo against tho curbing of tho sldownlk, Tho baby hoy lean over a llttlo too far and tho next mom ent slipped. He gavo a llttlo scream ihat attracted the attention of passers- by and looking up they saw llio child coming hondflrst for the sidowalk. They rushed to tho spot but Just r.s thoy got near the baby lauded first on the bicycle subtle, bounced off anil landed partly on his leet on tho ground. Tho hump knock ed him unconscious but that Is all. chairman; W. Ii j A tovi Inches either wuy would havo meant mat ins neud must uuvu noun crushed to u pulp hut tlio give In tho bicycle saddle just saved hliu, ul- L (Continued from Page 1) Wnldron, chairman; (I, P. Hush, Nor man Watklns, K. II, l'nrls, Oeorgo II Angiis. Commercial Club Fred O, Smith, chairman; P. W. Macfarlane, Jamos L.!l'cal McLean, Oeo. V. Smith, II. P. Wlch mail. Honolulu Stock and llolid P.xclmngo Vin." Williamson, Drown, J. It. Call, though even so It seems remarknhto that the Jar did not break the 111 lie neck. He Is playing around all right to day and seems to have forgotten nil iboul llio Incident. The fall happen ed Just about n quaiter to one when thero wero a number of people around and It caused quite, a Hurry for the lime being. SAYS DAIRIES ARE IMPROVING With 102 dairies now operating in tho city nnd county of Honolulu, Milk In specter Joe ltlchards Is finding Ills hands mighty full these days. Ho has been working ten or twelve hours n day and sometimes more, but says that tho county Is too largo for one man to cover. ltlchards says that tho sanitary com- (Continued from Page 1) and says Ihat inaiiy moro Plllpluoi want lo come to Hawaii. "I have hiollicrx bigger than I am," lie said. "There are many large nun on the Island I cmoe from that be and his Profiler had t I wllli mi mnlillloii lo leuru thoroughly from llio liollom, on Ihe phiutatloiH they wire in he sent lo: Unit Ihelr ilrst school teaching was fiom n soldier sciioomiasier wnose urn in expueii; (.,m(.,.,i M plans." inai many i iiiimo4 wero coming in Hawaii; thai one family In his barrio bad received four hundred pesos from their relations now working lu llio Ha waiian Islands. He added that tellers received by frleuiN of his In Ihe Phil ippines from Ihi'lr relations here all' spoke will of Hawaii. On being asked how he liked Hono lulu, he said: "Viry much. You havo lino buildings, beautiful roads, unit good churches- -Itomaii Calhollo churches, Just like ours; anil such beautiful music hitter than ours." The reporter asked him very many questions, lo all of which ho made rea sonable nml sensible replies. He said ho was ii Vlsayau; that ho was u goid Catholic, which inoit Vlsayans were Hut thero wero somo Agllpays hero III Hawaii who would have no church, they being dissenters from the Human Catholic church. Thero were no Agll pay padres hero yet. Metropolitan Meat Market The market where ths Lest meats nnd butter are sold. The market that has been made absolutely sanitary throuyb the ex penditure of thousands of dollars for most modem appliances. The market where tlio service is preeminently the best In Honolulu. Hfcilbroii & Louis Flume 34.45 Projir's WATER RIGHTS TROUBLE TO COME FOR TRIAL The Supremo Court this morning handed out u declalon lu connection with tho legal war that has been rag ing In tho Circuit Courts between the Kaneoho Hunch Company und tho Kn neohu Itlio Mill Company over tho wuler rights of (lie Kaiieoliu stream Tlio Hlcu Mill company, who am (lie defendants lu the case have been fil ing demurrers und those huwi been mlsslouer who thinks the dairies need sustained liy the Circuit Court. The u lot of cleaning up does not know-'Supremo Court now lioblit, howotor, how much cleaning up Is going on nil Hint thu matter shall coiuu up for tho time. Ulal. "My records show that Improvements havo been ordered and nru being car ried out generally very will," said ltlchards this morning. "Of course, personally I have no power to force the changes. 1 report cases to Dr. Wayson, city nnd county health olll cer, nnd If the peoplo do not make lin-i Tho "Itlp Van Winkle" reading ul the Klloliana Art League last night by Miss Anna Tucker was well ul- ( tended. It Is an old story, tint one that does not lose any of Its Interest, no mailer how oft repealed, especially by one of Miss Tucker's ability. A short paper on the Kngllsh uillst pmvonients, ho will have Ihelr it-rmlti Kuckliiini, prepared by Professor (Ill revoked. I mure, was read by Miss Iiwienco. Ile "Tho dairies nro making Improve- f, reading. Miss Lawrence gave a incuts all the time, hut the work is short history of tho Klloliana All slow. The only way lu which any good League. Is going to be accomplished Is by edil-i eating tho dairymen iqi gradually und . ... ' . giving them time to make the changes fJGW W&Sll oKlTtjS you want. "However, I feel no hesltutlou In say ing that Honolulu has a pure mill; sup ply mid that Hut. dairies lire not dan tfcrously Insunltury." At- SACHS ATonic! A Food! and a mild stimulant. That's what Primo Beer is. An absolutely pure, hygienic and nutritious ex tract of MALT and HOPS uncontaminated. It is the FAMILY BEER, and should be in every home. See that a case is ordered today 5tA ...', ill SSL f $&. , ;&' The J5ccr !liir.s 13revod TooSuit The Cliniivfe -v3 TWjW''i'i - ...- , i ,i i KstXrtVtJ ,', ..4-. JJaati-.tjJuil. J-Ule!Ji-ti(fc..' iii mil ii rijiwWitiriiiiiii'