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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLtTUJ. II. T., SATURDAY, AUUl ST 23, I'm.
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attracts hundreds of buyers
Store lias bepn crowded eor since
the sale be?an and It has In every
ay been an unqualified success. Ev
eryone who bought Is satisfied at the
Kreat bargains offered, and hundreds
of ladies have taken advantage of the
sweeping reductions to lay away gar
ments "for a rainy day". Store closes
at regular time this evening and
Come early and avoid the ruth that
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OPENS AT 8:30 A M.
ALL GOODS MARKED IN PLAIN
FIGURES AND SOLD FOR
DRY GOODS COMPANY, LTD.
Photo by Burr Mcintosh, New York.
MRS. FRANK J. GOULD.
Mrs. Frank .lay Gould Is planning to make an extended ynchtlnc tour
this summer In her new stenm yacht, the Hetenltn, which was presented
to her by her husband. The Helenltn was recently launched and In a few
weeks will be ready for the fair owner's use.
Mr, and Mrs. Charles Fair
In Automobile Accident
London At-.cust II The Ilrltlsh
Medical Journal makes the announce
ment that It Is iiutliorlrect to say that
there Is no truth whatever In the re
cent rumors that King Edward will
tinil- rt:o n second operation. The Jour
ual dec-lares that the King's recover)
Is complete nnd that his genetal health
Is better than Tor n long time, past
London August H King Edward
and Queen Alexandra left London for
(owes this afternoon. They droe In
toml state to the rullway station es
orted li) the Life Oiurds. through
streets thickly crowded with cheering
Canada to Subsidize
New Steamer Line
long users of light
The following lii or users who burn I M man hours
attest the (flub no and etonom) of the
ENCLOSED ARC LAMPS
If It (r' not tjrii'ic It Im the moxt n halib ami in i
bnl the) (crtnlnly would not use It ThiiiK ihi- ir
Drooklyn Saloon, Wilder Wharf, Imperial Cigar Store,
Union Grill, Pacific Club, Elite Ice Cream Parlors, Fashion
Saloon, Columbia Saloon, Encore Saloon, Maile Saloon,
First National Saloon, Walklkl Inn, Boston Saloon, Ho
bron Drug Co., Progress Saloon, San Antonio Society, Pan
theon Saloon, Hoffman Saloon and the Cosmopolitan Saloon.
HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC CO., LTD.
KING STREET, NEAR ALAKEA - - TEL. MAIN 390
A DOWN TO DATE LINE
TRUNKS, DRESS SUIT GASES, Etc.,
AND ALL OF THE CONVENIENCES FOR TRAVEL
ARE NOW OPEN FOR YOUR INSPECTION.
EX. VENTURA AND NEVADAN
Shrimps, I lb. and 2 lb, tins. "Sea Gull" Fresh Crabs
"Snow Flake" Asparagus, Tomatoes, Corn and Salmon,
Lemon and Chocolate Sugar Wafers. Fresh Turnips,
Salinas and Garnets Potatoes. Enchilados, Tamales,
Olives, Russian Sardines, Anchovies, Holland Herrings,
Tarls, August 14. M.r and Mrs.
Charles L. Pair of San rrancisco, who
nad been stopping at the Hotel Itltz,
In Paris, during the greater part of
the summer, were killed this afternoon
In an automobile accident at I'acy-sur-Eure.
a village situated about fifty
miles to tne west of Paris and ten
miles east of Ecrcaux. Mr. Fair him
self was driving his automobile at a
high rate of speed when one of tho
pneumatic tires burst. The machlno
swerved, collided with a tree and,
with a terrible crash, was overturned.
Mr and Mrs. Fair wero killed outright
and the chauffeur was badly Injured.
Fair and his wife suffered terrible In
juries, the head of the man being
crushed and that of his wife split.
Mr. and Mrs. Fair had been stnjlng
FIRE PROOF SAFES
OUR STOCK OP
SAFE COMPANY'S SAFES
Is as complete as can be found at
any of the branch Mainland offices.
Our delivered prices In Honolulu
will not exceed the net export prices
charged In San Francisco.
Thnn U nouino 9. On 'I H Hardware
IIICUi Hi UQW1GO Ob UUi, LIUi
ting behind the Fairs, was precipitated
Into a ditch, Me staggered to tils feet,
calling for help.
Tho gatekeeper's wife rushed to his
assistance and aided him la extricat
ing Mr. and Mrs. Fair, who wero bur
led beneath the wrecked machine and
in the last throes of death. Doth had
sustained ghastly Injuries and were al
most unrecognizable. Mr. Fair's head
had been crushed In, while his wlfo's
bldill was split.
Thu chauffeur was terribly affected
at the calamity and seemed bereft of
his senses. He threw himself Intu a
ditch on the opposite side of the road
and rolled about crying. "My poor mas
ters." M. Horson, owner of the Chateau Un
ison du Mai, was summoned, and, aft
er advising the local authorities of tho
at Tromille during racing week, 'i.iey. accident, ordered the bodies of Mr.
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had a very fast 45-horsepower automo
bile, which attracted considerable at
tention and with which they wero
highly pleased. The accident occurred
at 2:30 o clock this afternoon, nnd al
most in front of the Chateau IluUson
du Mai. The Fairs intended to dlno
and spend tho night la Paris and re
turn to Trouvllle for lunch tomorrow.
The wife of the gatekeeper of tho
chateau was the only witness to tho
disaster. She says she noticed a big
red automobile coming along tho road
at a tremendous speed. Suddenly
something happened and tho heavy
machine slid sldewiso from the right
to tho left side of the road for about
sixty yards, It then dashed up an em
bankment, turned a complcto somer
sault and crashed Into a big elm treo
In front of tho gate of tho chateau. The
automobile was completely wrecked.
Tho front axle was broken and other
parts of the machine were smashed,
Including tho steering gear.
Wnon the auto turned over, the
wife of the gatekeeper says she saw
Mr. and Mrs. Fair thrown high In the
air and fall with a heavy thud to the
ground. The chauffeur, who was sit'
C. R. COLLINS,
82 and 84 SOUTH KING STREET
keeper's lodge. Here they now lie on
mattresses and (lowers hao been
strewn oer them. In the room are
three wax tapers burning dimly
Tho accident was evidently duo to
tho bursting of a tire. At the time it
occurred tho automobile, which was
capable of running seventy-four miles
an hour, was going at the rate of six
ty-two miles an hour.
Tho local police authorities hold In
their possession and have sealed up a
MIho belonging to the Falls, which
contains Jewelry, two letters of credit,
a French bank note worth $200 and
somo old coins.
Tho Fulrs have been living lately In
Paris at the Hotel Itltz, and kept their
apartments thero while they wero
staying at Trouvllle. This morning
the Fairs sent a dispatch from Trou
ille to tho management of the Hotel
Hltz saying they would arrive thero
Mrs. William K. Vanderhllt Jr., who
was Mr. Fair's sister, returned from
Trouvllle Sunday and sailed for New
York yesterday on the North German
Lloyd steamer Kronprluz Wllhetm.
London. August 15. In Its Issue of
this morning the Dally Exptees asserts
that Canada will subsidize to the ex
tent of $75,000 a year the new lino of
steamships to be established between
Canada and South Africa, which Is tho
first portion of the great plan of Colo
nial Sectetary Chamberlain to make
the Ilrltlsh empire Independent ol
American nnd foreign supplies of food
etc. Lord Strathcon.i and Mount Itoyal,
CanndUn High Commissioner In Lon
don, nnd Sir Wilfrid Laurlir. the Cu-
nadian Premier, assisted, according to j
the Dally Express. In arranging Mr.
Chamberlain's plan, which has tho
sympathy of King Edward and thu
Prince of Wales.
The Canadian Pacific Hallway has
thrown Its lot with the shipping lines
concerned In the amalgamation, tho
paper conchidesi and the same combi
nation Is arranging for a fast steam
ship service between Canada unci Ureal
Ottawu. Out.. Aug. 14. A meeting of
the Cabinet was held today and an or
der was passed approving of the ar
rangement through the Canadian Min
isters in I,onilon for steamship service
between Canada and South Africa. Ser
vice will begin In October, nnd steam
ers will sail from Montreal and Quo
bee In summer and Halifax and St.
John In winter. In South Africa steam
ers will call at Capo Town und prob
ably Durban and another port.
A Roman bowl of Samlan make, said
to be 2.000 years old, has been brought
up from the sea bottom off Ileachy
Head by a llrlghtllngsee oyster dred
AlJtn Electric "Belt'
? pensoryls guarantee
' all the ,!."vVs nrnner
Some choice kinds of cheese and other eatables at our delicacy
counter that will prove a great addition to the table. Try them:
Edam, Pineapple, Oregon Full Cream Brick, California Full Cream
Frommage de Brie, Camembert, Kronen, Neufchattel, Sierra, Schlois
Kase and Breakfast Cheese.
Pickled Pearl Onions, Spiced and Sweet Pickles. German Dill Pic
kles, Mixed Pickles and Extra Fine Ripe Olives all these In bulk.
Smoked Beef Tongue, Chipped Beef, New Smoked Salmon, Bloat
ers and Aberdeen Herrings. Bismarck, Holland and Spiced Herring a
If you are not getting good butter try our CRYSTAL SPRING
BUTTER. It Ib the UEST obtainable.
Metropolitan Meat Co., Ltd.
Telephone Main 4(1.
From the Springs at Puna.
Arrangements have been made to
hac this fine mineral water bottled la
this city at the Fountain Soda Works,
One Case of 100 Bottles (pints)
One case of 50 Bottles (pints)
A rebate of One Dollar will be made
upon the return of shipping case and
Telephone Main 270.
ties of the espenslve belts now sold by
doctors anj drues'. '. It gives a very
stionc current of electricity and is easily
rezulateJ. Bound to supersede others. Can
regulatej. Boun J to supersede others. Can
be had from the unjerslrned only; no
agents; no discount. Clrculai free. Address
Plorcc Electric Co.. 206 Post St., Sun
FMr.clvn. Sent Urn to Hawaii f.ir KB. OO
Large stock of new goods ex, Alameda.
Take advantage of our low prices.
DRY GODDS AND DENTS' FURNISHINGS, 1116 Nuuanu St.
P. O. BOI 91. TSi, III
WJLlSrCSr KTO C3EIAW
THE OLDEST CHi. SE FIRM IN HONOLULU.
OmIhi Is F!o 3 ixi al Gnu Licit., Cbln.M Ml JiptD.it Otod. ol All Eltls
The undersigned, for many years en
gaged in business in Honolulu, would in
form the public that he is in no way inter
ested in or connected with, the under
taking business carried on by Mrs. Emily
Cameron Williams, under the name of
E. C. Williams.
C. E. WILLIAMS.
Drays for Freight
Our representative neU all Ineom
tnc steamers from the Coast, and m
check bagfage on all outfolug itMii
White tod Black Sani For Sale
Office with Evening Bulletin, III
Clni street, Tel 8(.
V. LnRSEN, Wfl
When You Want a Rig
R1NQ UP TLUI
LIVERY BOARDING and
i i i :: 618 fort OTiKn
Stable Tnoue, 109 Main.
Hack Stand, 'Phones 319 snd .
C. H. UELLINA.
Honolulu Iron Works.
Improved and modern 8UOAR UA
(3HINKHY of every capar'ty and dt
icrlptlon mado to order. Holler wori
ind ItrVETED riPES for lrrlgaUoi
lurposes 4 specialty. Particular attJB
tton paid to JOD WORK, and repair,
tfrf-nted at shortest notlr
Dr. Archibald N. Sinclair.
Offlron Rooms 208-IOJ Rostnn build
Inn. Fort 8treot.
Telephones Office, Main 385; Res
Idenco, White 28G1.
Hours 11 n. m. to 1 p. m ; 3 to I
p. m.i 7 In 8 p.m.; Sundurs, 2 to 2 p.m
P. O. Dox 801.
MANUFACTURED FROM PURK
DISTILLED WATER. : Z :
Delivered to anr part ot
city bj courteous drivers.
Oahn Ice and Electric Ct
TELEPHONE BLUE 1151.
HOFFriAN & HARKHAn.
Beaver Lunch Rooms
Fort St., bet. Queen and Merchaat
Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
Everjtnlng first-clan. Complete Una
Key West and Domestic Cigars always
H. J. NOLTE, - Proorietor.
M. Phillios & Co.
Wholesale Importers and Jobbers.
European and American Dry Goods
Fart snd Queen 8ts
DECKER, FERNANDES & GO.
Real cttate AjenU.
We slso make a specialty of enlarging
Office, tor. South and King Streets.
P O. flox S21: 'Phono 2M Main.
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin of