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EVEMNO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T, II., FRIDAY, AtlO. 7, 100S.
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Shop Early Tomorrow
We close at 1 p.m.
, TTSEFUL SPECIALS at
. tempting prices for
Shell Hair Pins
15 a card of twelve, till 1 P. M., 2 cards for 15.
Twilled Cotton Towelling
Till 1 P. JI., 5i a yard.'
Mercerized White Goods
40c quality, till 1 P. M., 25 a yard.
White, black, and colors, 30c quality, till 1 P. M.,
20 a yard.
Silk Cushion Cords
All colors and combination of colors, 20c quality, till
1 P. M-, lTt(t a yard.
Ladies' White Cotton Hose
lace ankle and all-lace, 35e quality, till 1 P. M., 20
Pretty floral designs, COc quality, till 1 P. M., 37i2
Infants' Muslin Bonnets
50c quality, till 1 P. I.I., 30 ca.
N.S. Sachs Dry Goods Co.
Cor. Berctania and Fort Sts.
Tempt the maid by their attractive form and consum
ing flavor. The matron by the evidence of purity that is
supplied by the maker. GUNTHER has made sweets for
two generations, and he knows how. Our stock arrived
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HOTEL ST. NEAR FORT.
We are Leaders
There are more flavors served at our soda water coun
ter, than at any other. The purity of the water and the
superior method of making and serving make us leaders.
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Hotel and Fort Sts.
MAY KILL OFF
Schwerin Sees Disaster
For Americens In
On October 1st next tlio Southern
I'aclfle anil otlier llurrlman roads ami
tho Santa l'o via this port, tho Hill
roads via Seattle, and tlio Canadian
I'aclfle via Viincoiivcr will adopt new
export and Import rates on trans
Pacific shipments, Bays tlio Examiner
of .Inly- 31st. These tatcs nro to ko
Into effect on November 1st. Tlio
new export rates will represent n
largo advance over the present tariff,
while tho import rates wilt also bo
advanced but not to tbo samo extent
as the export rates.
Ylco President and Genera Mnnn
ler It. 1. Schwerin of tho Pacific
Mnll said yesterday that In his opln
.on tlio Pacific Mnll, the Hill, and the
flinprcKi lines will be so handicapped
y these now rates In competition
.villi tho steamers via Suez us to prac
Ically foicu them out ot truns-Paclflc
Ilccausc of their largo annual gold
ubsldles from tho Japanese Oovcru
iicnt, Mr. Schwerin says in his opln
on tlio To)o KIkcii Kiitsha Company
it (Ills port anil the 'Nippon Yuscn
Cnlslia Company at Seattle will he
iblo to remain in tho business In
.plto of the nil van red railroad rates,
.ud compete with the Suez lines.
When naked if there, was n deal on
o sell out the Pacific Mnll to the Jnp
iiieRc or otlier people, ho said:
"I do not know of nny such deal.
don't see," said ' Vlco President
'chwerln, "how the steamer lines nt
an Krnnclsco, Seattle, and Vnncou
er are going to exist under these
ew rates ot tho railroads. Wo have
.ot to compete with Suez, nnd If we
un't uinKe rates to meet It we will
imply hsivb to go out ot tho bnsl-
"Curios, matting, tea, raw -sill;,
artlieuwnre, nnd flrccruckcnt make
p (lie hulk of our Imports from the
)rlcut. These shipments annually
la San Francisco, Seattle, nnd Vaii
ouvcr run up Into tho millions. In
lew of tho new Import rates of the
nlltonds I cannot figure out how the
(earner lines on this roast nro going
o retain this business. It will be
eft to tho Japanese lines nt this port
Hid Seattto nnd tho Suez Hues to
1ght for the bulk of It.
"Machinery, cotton, beer, nnd con
tensed milk probably constltuto the
mlk of tho exports from tho Eastern
rctlon of this country to tho Oiicnt.
Tho Suez lines ulieady tnko n Inrgc
mount ot these articles nnd they
vlll probably tako them all when tlm
lew export rates ot tho railroads go
Flour and lumber shipments from
his Const to tho Orient are, of couiuc,
For Your Table
We have some of the best turkeys ever sold in this
market. They were brought down on the Lurline with
some delicious fresh salmon and tender, fat geese. At
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO, Limited
Evening Bulletin 75c. Pep Month
mistress and the
unsuited servant both
find in the want ads
a way out of
-- since the begin
ning of the year,
have solved the
problem of domestic
service in this manner.
TT'S A GOOD WAY,
x a direct and
certain way, and
I Cent a Word
8ravado Disappeared In
Shadow Of Death
San Franclico, Aug, 1.- There was
the slashing of a single cuul In the C
edition room of San (Jiieiitln prison,
yesterday morning and side by side
John Slcmsen nnd l.ouit, Dabner shot
through tho traps of a double gallowt
to eternity. There was no tumid snvi
the chanting of priests to break tho
awosomo stillness ns the hangman t
hand wns talced In signal that the
final liutntit had come no last word
ot goodby from tho lips of either o:
iho men condemned Minim tho swish
of falling traps, tho ttUitcnlng or
hempen rope, and the lives of tin
gas-plpo murderers had been snuffci'
A sparrow circled thiougli the rat
'crs of tho silent room a prisoner
ceklng vainly for some escape from
i ho chamber of death. Ilelmv swmii;
wo black hooded, limp fnims. The
wills had left tho bodies but Mill tin
'lemts pulsed on, and doctors timhet
forward ipilckly to tear open tin
hlrts from over tho throbbing bosom
md apply their stethoscopes Minute
Kissed and tho murmur of voices bo
an to flit tho room. Twolo, thirteen,
ourtcen minutes ticked away, am'
hen tlio doctors turned from Dabnci
Tho InBt ot life hail ebbed from hi.
jody. Thirty seconds mine, uud Slcn'
ion, too, was pronounced dead Tli.
loors of tho chamber wore thrown
ipen nnd tho spanow darted out t.
Clone to tho scaffold from whlcl
mug tbu lifeless bodies Mood Ileiir,
lelirunil, tho Jeweler who to nearl
net, nt the hands ot the inunlcieiH
ho samo futo that the) had dealt U
hreo iithors, but whoi-e tei riffle hat
lo with them resulted In their cap
uro and brought to nn end Iho relgi
if terror years ago. At llehreii'',
mck was n doctor, for the Jeweler hn
icen ill and grave fears wero felt ovei
ho possible effect tin excltemc'i
night haui on him, but the senlco
if tho physician were not in'tded, Ileh
end never removed Ills n es frum tin
forms before him. but be spoko aloui
to thoso nearest him.
Wanted to See Them Hanged.
"I'm glad thoy'ro then It's bettt
heir lives than mine, and tlnd know
fought with them once to bee which
t should be," ho said "Yes, I'm sat
isfled now. I wanud to seo thon
liunged. I'm deaf. That's what Dab
ucr did to inc. Ho beat mo oer tin
iioad with nn Iron bnr mull I lost in
Hearing forovcr and nearly lost in
Ifc. Oh, I'm glad to tea them hnnp
'UK thero by their necks. I'm sorrj
'or their people jes- but It's Jusllo
iiul It's satisfaction to mo. I'm bet
:er nllvo. They are better dead, llu
I never want to fco another mni
'mngoil nccr' I'll run nwny frtir
t. Thcso two, though I'm gin
At n llttlo distance from Ilehren
md those with him stood uiiotlu'
group. It was a group of llttlo mc
villi swarthy (oimilexlons, nnd In e
ery brown face was tho glint of sail
faction. They were Iho Japanes.
irlends of II. Muiiakata, tho bankc
whoso llfo was biaten out by tho mo
vhoso bodies weie swinging from tin
allows. A. Sasaki, tho cnbhler of th,
Klmmnn Olnko bank, who camo nca
lentil nt tho assassins' hands nt th'
lino of tho Mmiakatn murder, wa
lot thoro. for ho Is 111 with typhol.
fever, but his uncle, II. Kuhota, wu
oresont, nnd with him woro Consu
tlcncrnl C. Koike, (leorgo Shmn
iresldcnt of tho Japaucso Assoclatloi
ot America; n nmiiher of Japiinesi
iPwspTpcr correspondents, and other
of Munnknlu's race.
Slemsen und Dabner faced tho ox
plntlon of their crimes with no spok
en plea for meicy at tho end, but n'
they mounted tho 13 steps to tho gal
lows their faces weio iisheu with tin
'error of coming death. Nelthei
broke, down, vet neither faced tho wu
with stoicism. Slenibon spoko the
only word that was uttered by clthei
rrom tho time they leij. ineir iiciiu
cells. As ho reached tho foot ot the
gallows steps his ghtneo fell on Dr
Wado Stono. resilient physician of till
nrlson. nnd ho mutteied scarcely and
'.bly, two syllables "good-hy."
The March of Death.
From tho cells of tho condemned It
wns but no paces, through tho great
toel doorway, to tho foot of tho scat
fold, and on the stroke of 10 o'clock
the doors lolled opin and Warden
Uojlo eiiteioir, leading tho march of
death. Fathers Walsh and Cnllopy, In
full vestments, followed, chanting the
service of death, and then camu Hang
man Frank Aibogast Dabner wulked
between (luards Iluilcsnii nnd Monro
nnd behind them wero Hangman
Knceland und Slenibcn, between
(iiiauls Clark und Sulllvnn. As the
d ued men i cached tho gallows plat
form they had but a fleeting Instant
to look Into Iho fates tin nod up to
them f Kim below
Tho fncoH of both mem woro white
nnd both half leaned upon Iho guards
for kiipport. Sieuibeii was led lo
Dnhuer's right 'Iho railing ot two
black hoods hid tho terror In their
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"Knilgrndos" anil political oxllos
from tho republics of fliiutoiuuhi and
Salvador who nro now In tho City ol
Mexico, Mexico, ilcclaro thtit contrl
billion of money to tho Hcpuhllcnu
campaign fund by President Cabrera
of Guatemala wus an open scciot. .
Detectives and officials of tho Ad
nms Express Company nro looking for
a packngo containing (1,000 which wns
loot lifter being delivered to Iho com
pauy for shipment.
A FEW HUNDRED DOLLARS will
secure a Rooming House with 22
Rooms, nil furnished and convenient
ly situated. Gas, Electric Light, Hot
and Cold Water, ugru nouseiteep
ing or Single.
OWNER SAYS: SELL!
WILL YOU SECURE THIS BAR
P. E. R. Strauch
WAITY BLDG. 74 S. KING ST.
'aces from the (.Ight of every onlook '
r. The hangman's nooses slipped
bout their throats, straps encircled
heir legs. Dabncr's arms twitched
onviilslvely beiieuh tlio thongs that
loiind them Slemsen scenic 1 to be
roinbllng. Then the hniisninn's linn t
The flesh of the hanging hodlo
trued slowly to n tint of blulMi ;;
ml II minutes from tho tlmo the trap
'ns sprung Dabner was pronounced
leml. Slemsen's death camo 30 sec
nils later. Tho execution room was !
leared ns quickly ns possible nnd !
ho bodies of tho iiiurdcrcrH were cut
lown Info rough coffins. !
Shake Hands and Die Friends.
Slemsen nnd Dabner died friends
Iho silence that has nuined their c
ry association from the day when
labncr confessed their crimes, was
roken by Slemsen Thursday night
ind before they weio taken to the
tecutlou chamber yesterday tho men
hook hands and conversed togethe
for sovcrnl minutes. Their cocrsa
ion wns meant for no other ears
hnn their own. They shook hands
ney mutually forgavo and Ihey part
At the last Dabner talked but little
nd showed no emotion. Slemsen, on
ho other hand, tnlked constantly to
ho members of tho death watch, and
estcrday morning was whistling In
its cell whistling n song whoso
'ords nro tragically apt "Sumo
there." Uach of tho condemned men
''ns given u minrt of whisky on
rhtirsday night, but neither of them
'rank much or tho llipior and both
lept Into yesterday morning. They
ireakfastcd on steak, ham nnd eggs
nd coffee, of which both partook
leartlly, and then, while Dabner sat
lly in his cell, Slemsen finished tho
llnry ho had'been keeping since being
.'need in tho condemned cell.
Dabner used none of the IHo Invl-1
atlnns to tho hanging allowed him i
or distribution, but Slcniscn sent his '
- his former nttornys. For twoi
lours early In tho morning tho coi.
emned men wero In compiiiy will.'
ho prison priests, nnd then Plcm. n
Id the last net or his life ho wroto
long personal letter to his mothet '
nd sisters In Honolulu. ,
Dabner and Sleniben wero guilty of
nd confessed to three murders.
3oth Necks Broken. ,
The bodies of Dabner und Slemsen
vcio removed from tho penitentiary;
luring tbo afternoon and token to an
mdcrtnklng parlor In Snn Rafael. An
xnnilnatlon thero showed that tho,
caffold had dono Its work well, both
locks being cleanly broken.
I.eo Dabner Hindu all arrangements'
for his brother's burial and tho Inlet
nicnt will tnko plnco tomorrow nioni
'ng at Mount Tainalpals cemetery In
3an ltafiiel. Thero waB considerable
doubt as to what would ho dono with
Slenibcn's body. No ono had como
orward to claim It up to Into last
night, but thero was a report t'iat
friends of tho oxecuted man's luothen
living In California, had volunleuied
lo bury It.
A morlild crowd gathered annum
thu umlertuklug parlors ns soon as It
became known that tho bodlofl wero
thero, but none, except thoo directly
Interested, wero nllowed to view Client, i
COUNT B0NI SUES '
HIS FORMER WIFE
PARIS, France, July 10. Count
llonl do Castollano today rormally
filed suit for revision of tho decrco
ot ill vol co granted against him to hla
wife, who was Miss Anna tlould ot
New Yoil,, Mich us will give lilm cus
tody of his threo children. Tho hear
ing has been set for July 17th,
Tho principal giound set forth by
Count llonl Is that the past record
of the Prince do S.igan marks him ns
unworthy to bo in close relationship
to the children. The conduct of tho
Princess in traveling with tho
Prluco prior to tho marriage of tho
pair also Is Involved. If allowed tn
remain with tho Sagnus, tho sum
moiis declares, the children would
bo brought up lo dislike their falh-j
er. As a corollary, tho Count asks
tho Court to ordor tho mother of tho
children to coutrlbuto $20,000 niinu-
nlly toward tho maintenance ot each
M. Chard, attorney for tho Prin
cess do Sagiiu, had 'this comment to
mnko: "Count Haul's modest re
quest for $00,000 n year Is a sufll
dent commentary upon this suit."
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