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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., TIlOnSDAY, AUG. 13, 1908.
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FRIGHTFUL AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENTS
SNUFF OUT LIVES OF 'FRISCANS
ART DRAPERY FABRICS
Striking new patterns, this sea-son's importation. A department
equally strong in quality and quantity, with the added attraction of un
usually low prices.
White Curtain Swiss
New designs, in stripe effects, at
15 a yard.
White Curtain Swiss
In polka dots and fancy, figures,
G yards for $1.00.
White Curtain Madras
Sheer and pretty, new patterns,
25 and 30 a yard.
Polka Dot Scrims
Large and small dots, in red, blue,
and green, 25 a yard.
STYLISH BATHING SUITS
FOB MEN, WOMEN, AND CHILDREN. '
Tasteful and Exclusive Styles.
There are many reasons why you should have a bathing suit of your
own. Wc have just opened a new stock, among which are samples of
LADIES' SWELL BATHING SUITS,
just one of a kind. Ladies' Bathing Suits made of Alpaca, nicely trim,
med, from $3.75 up.
MISSES' BATHING SUITS
Made of Alpaca, from $2.75 upwards.
MEN'S BATHING SUITS, from $1.25 upwards.
SWIMMING TRUNKS, 15.
RUBBER BATHING CAPS, the kind that wear, 50tf.
BATHING SLIPPERS, 35.
WATER WINGS, 25.
SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY.
N. S. Sachs Dry
Corner Fort and
fH5 roR SALE m
Mnterey Packing (g
r.CPOOTH. SouA&ur. S
Our bakery, under the direction of Mr. Jungclaus,
produces a grade of fancy cakes superior to any in
the city. There is no limit as to variety and the
prices are always right.
The Palm Cafe
To Plantation Stores
Honolulu Jam Factory
Owing to larger factory facilities, can offer every fruit
and berry preserve at the lowest prices in the Islands.
FRFSH SEASON'S CHUTNEY, FOHA AND QUAVA
JELLY NOW ON HAND.
Weekly Bulletin $1 Per Year
Striped Snow Flake
Red, blue, und green striped, 20
Swiss Curtain Madras
Pink and Nile green, figured, very
dainty, 20 a yard.
New Drapery Silkolines
The finest quality and the choicest
designs, dainty colorings, 15 a yd
Goods Co., Ltd.
HOTEL ST. NEAR FORT.
Only Two Of Seven
San Kranclnco, Aiis. 4 Of seven
women ami children, n family party,
who started for an automobile airing
iilons ono of I)iirlliiK3inu' moat beau
tiful driveways In yesterdays noondny
BiinllKlit, only two remain alhc today.
Tho Mb machine. In which the party
druvo became, suddenly crippled on
the stcepost mid most tortuous part
of tho road, for n quarter of a mile
It hurtled around tliu cuiven, with a
Klrl straining desperately at Its wheel.
Then, at a aharp angle, It leapt from
tho roadway. Its momentum carried
It twenty-IUo feet through tho nlr he
loro It plunged downward and over an
embankment and crumbled on a tire, i
From the cushioned touticuu flo
women and two children vero thrown
like stones Hung from a catapult.
Tho machine was clrhcn by Miss
i:thel McCoi mlcl(, who fs icKarcled as
one of tho most accomplished auto
drlvera In California. With her wore
her mother, Mrs. T. A. McConnlck,
her' two sisters, Miss Clara .McConn
(plf nn.t Mm lfn fVndi.n Mr.
O'flrlen's two children and a friend
of the family, Miss Knima McCauley.
Of I hero tho only two who escaiH-d
with their lives wcro Miss Ktliel Mc
Cormlrk and Miss McCauley. Mru.
McConnlck Sr., her daugnter Miss
Clara McConnlck, and her grandchild,
ltobert O'Brien, weru killed outright.
Mrs. O IJricn, daughter or Mrs. Mc
Connlck and mother of tho child, Rob
ert, died at 0:30 last night at tho Hod
Cross Rulld Hospital. Half an hour
hefoio that her other child, Ira
O'llrieu Jr., had died at her slilo In
tho same hospital, hut she did not
know it for (.ho hail been unconscious
jii hour before her death.
Heroism of a Girl.
Out of tho horror and pathos of this
tragedy stand out tho herolMii and
nerVo of n girl. Miss Kthel McConnlck.
who steered tho auto. When tho
brake failed her at tho top of tho
steep grade, sho know m a Hash, be
loro anyone else In the cur realized It,
the danger of her position and the
peril In which her own and tho lives
if nH'thoso with her stood. All that
vas left for her to do w-.is at all costs
to keep tho ponderous machine In the
"oiulwny. This sho did Tor a wild
inaiter of a mllo heroically. With
thu plunging machlno gaining added
iiomehtum every yard It traveled hho
steered It safo and truo around curve
ifter cunc. her whole heart and ov
'ry ounce of her strength In tho task.
Tragedy at Last Curve.
Sho knew thu road. Sho Tind trav
iled it many times In thu machine.
She know thero was uno more curve
'o round, tho sharpest In nil tho road;
'mew that If tho machlno could ho
brought safoly uroutul that curve all
night lio well.
It wns at this last rurvo tho tragedy
leached Its climax. Miss Mccormick
Iuhk all tho strength or her body to
ho wheel in ono last dcspntrlng effort
o spin it around; hut thu effort was
oo gicat for tho girl's arms, Tho mu
hlne, carried by Its own Immense
.volght and the momentum It hnd
gathered In Its flight, refused now to
mswor tho wheel. Just ns at tho top
if tho grade It had refused to answer
he brakes. It shot out straight over
'ho edge of tho road, which nt that
mint skirts a gully thirty-five feet
leep. And that was tho end In th
ast flash which sho had of tho road
lhead, Miss McConnlck and those who
lied might have teen stretching away
n thu distance miles of straight and
level rond( sunlit mid greun, that
.vould txo been safo oven without tho
Copies of the B u 1 1 e t i n ' s Fleet
Edition, wrapped ready for mailing,
:an be procured at this office for five
'ents. Cost of mailing, three cents,
Profitable Jnyestment .
A FEW HUNDRED DOLLARS will
iccurc a Rooming House with 22
Rooms, all furnished and convenient
ly situated. Gas, Electric Light, Hot
ind Cold Water. Light Housekeep
ing or Single.
OWNER SAYS: SELL!
WILL YOU SECURE THIS BAR
GAIN? P. E. R. Strauch
74 S. KINO ST.
HERE is what you have been
looking for a Tripod that
is small, light, compact and
Wc have a big new stock of
French Metallic Telescope Tripods.
Just about a foot long when collapsed easily carried any
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.
" EVERYTHING PHOTOGRAPHIC "
Editor Marriott's Wife
And Friends Are
San Francisco, Aug. 2 Frederick
Marriott, editor mid publisher of the
San Francisco News Letter, lost con
tiol of a big motor car that ho was
drlWng ocr the Santa (.run mountains
last night mid the machine plunged
oer n. thirty-foot embankment, kill
ing Mrs. Marriott, the publisher's
wife, mid James Gilbert, business
manager of tho New Letter, and seri
ously Injuilng Miss Dorothy Marriott
mid Miss Dorothy Partridge, daiightcl
of John Partridge, the wealthy real es
tate man who lives nt Mcnlo Park.
Mist Marriott Is belief cd to bo fa
Mr. Mnrrlott was badly bruised, but
his injuries uro not dangerous. He
wns able to wnlk n mile and a hall
after the accident occurred to tele
phono from n farmhouse to Los (latos
for medical aid.
Miss Partridge had un almost mirac
ulous escape from death She was
caught under the auto In Its plunge
over the embankment and stunned. A
moment later burning gasulluo which
Honed from tho broken tanks over-
spread her form.
Her clothing caught fire and she
was In Imminent danger or burning to
death when Fredcrlik Marriott, the
only member of the party not killed
or stunned, pulled her to safety nnd
extinguished tho flames
Mnrrlott und his part) left San
Francisco curly yesterdaj forenoon In
tending to spend Sunday nt Santa
Cruz after making the mountain tour.
Tho auto was a Mx-cj Under ear owned
by Mr. Mnrrlott.
Stop at Partridge Home.
At .Memo rrK tne car stopped at
the Partridge homo to take tho twenty-year-old
daughter of Mr Partridge
the girl being n puitlml.ir friend of
Miss Mnrrlott, who Is a girl of the
The run to Sun Jose was maUo with
out iiny unusual incident nnd nt the
Harden City tho party snipped for din
ner. Early In tho evening tho start
for thu mountain was made
When nine nnd a half miles hejoiul
Los (Intos, and Just at the other side
of tho summit, thu nccMint occurred
The exact locution was tho crossing
nt tho Junction of the Hear creek und
Itescrvolr roads, half a mile north of
tho Drown whoolhouse
According to u statement made by
Mr. Marriott himself after ho had
walked from tho wrtck to get help
tho accident wns caused by ralluru nt
tho brakes to control tho machine
when they wero golns nt high speed
down tho grade on tho rough pioun
tain road. Marriott admitted ho was
driving too fast our tho ilangcious
CHANGE AT ORPrlEll
Tho program at tho Orphcum thlr
t'wnliig will ho uilliely now. The
laughable sketch, "Tho Sleep Walk
ers," will bo presented for tho flrst
tlmu horo b Mullen & Fuller. Thlt.
humorous sketch will umiiso ocryoni
with tho least sense of humor In then
to almost hysterical laughter. Tim
next on tho program will ho ono ol
Wilson's own specialties, where ho nii
pears in tho role of a tramp scisBort
grinder, doing a very altrucilu
"stunt" on n bclssor-grlndliig wheel
Tho Japanese of Honolulu will ho stir
prised to ceo Adonis and his little doc
Lottie, that tins madu such a lilt, dr
n regular Jupaueso balancing net m
top of a pyramid of small boxes twen
ty feet high. New melodies will be
plaed by Polk In his usual dashy
ttylo, and Illnaldo will captlvato the
public again by making his lolli,
talk. Tho charming Miss Miles has
somo more of her very attractht
songs and should "bring down" tlir
houso with her eutchy wnys In one
particular song The moving picture!
that "All In" this excellent perform,
rnco nro likewise new for this oven'
CARRY In. Honolulu. Aug. 11, 100S,
to Mr. and Mrs. William Curcy, u
The Weakly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
the news' of the day.
J. M. LEVY fc CO.
The Wall Beautifier
Old, dingy walls are made
bright, fresh, and beautiful by
the application of this supe
It is .the superior of nil oth
ers in every way. It is abso
lutely nonpoisonous, covers
well, spreads easily, and is
ready for instant use upon be
ing mixed with cold water.
Call and sec us about it.
Levvers & Cooke
177 S. King St. Phone 775.
There Is No Place
For the tired brain
worker so benefi
cial as HALEIWA.
St. Clair Bidgood, Mgr.
HOLIDAY and WORKING
Strong and Reliable at Reasonable
L AYAU SHOE CO.,
1005 NUUANU ST. NEAR KINO ST.
J. Santos, Manager
UNION STREET near HOTEL
The Popular Beverage, Bottled by
HAWAIIAN SODA WORKS,
The Encore Saloon
Thy a drink at the new place and
have "MATT" HEFFERN serve you
COR. HOTEL and NUUANU.
The Best Whiskey on the Market.
THOS. F. McTIGHE & CO., AGENTS.
101-105 KING ST.
PHONE 140. P. 0. BOX 755.
LUNCHES and DRINKS
The most popular
place in town.
The Fashion Saloon,
Hotel St. near Fort.
Jack Scully. Jack Roberts.
2Br""For Rent" cards on sale al
Have you seen its marvelous
effects at tho Orpheum ?
What is it? Wolmow. Wo
soil it. Ask the man at the
counter or 'phone.
A Treat You Owe Your
Feet --- A Pair of
A fashionable modelling of the narrow toe and shaping
of the vamp which mak the leading custom style for 1908.
The soft, smooth uppers arc made of Real King Colt
leather, the favorite of swell dressers. The fitting qualities
of the arch will appeal to you.
The sole edge is m.ide with the narrow extension on the
inside, but is wider on the outside, thus preventing over
treading a fault found quite often, even in more expen
Regal Oxfords hup the heel so that they never slip.
PRICE 53.50 and $4.00. &
CUSTOM SPECIALS, Bench Made. $5.00.
Have Your Old Shoes Repaired.
REGAL SHOE STORE,
McCandless Building King and Bethel Streets
relieved instantly by the use of MILK OF CUCUMBER,
with ELDER FLOWER WATER. No unpleasant effects
following a day at th? beach when this preparation is on
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"'' '' " Hotel and Fort Sts.
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tened for Island tiadc; Young and as Tender Squabs.
These are good buds for a good dinner.
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It's as good as it's- new
30 cents a dozen
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