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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. IT., THURSDAY, DEC. 10, 190S.
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LOSS OF B1G0Y
Presumably Went Over
board In Rough Seas
CAPT. MURPHY WAS WITH
CHIEF AND MISSED HIM
New Line of
L ace .Curtains,
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JLi. jsa.ily, Nuuanu below Hotel
Police Unable to Locate Body He
juignt nave supped overboard
from Deck Murphy
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Dec. J.
Ciller of Police Wllllnm J. Illggy was
drowned last night In the waters of
the liny. He disappeared from llio
pollco boat Patrol Bhortly beforo 11
o'clock while tho vessel, In churgo ot
Captain Wllllnm Murphy, wns re
turning from llelvcderc. Illggy had
been engaged In conversation with
Murphy during part of tho voyage.
Shortly nftcr tho Patrol passed Alca-
trns Island Illggy remarked that In
felt cold and walked toward the cab'
In. lie was not seen again.
Missed by Captain Murphy
Murphy did not notice the dlsap
r.eniunco ot Illggy until ho was op
posite the I'nclflc street dock. Ho
left his post at the wheel to nk
Illggy to lend n hand In steering the
vessel. He was amazed to find tho
cabin empty. Ho hurriedly niado n
si-anli of tho boat, but could find no
trnco of tho chief. Convinced that
he had fallen overboard. Murphy
hastened to the Mission street dock
and hastily reported to tho haibor
hospital and tho harbor police Btn
tlon. Captain Kelly at onco assumed
ehnrgo and ordered the craft to gj
at onco with a complement of pollco
olllccra In nu effort to effect a rescue.
Tho Patrol bearched tfie waters ot tho
bay nil through tho nlglit, but at a
lato hour no trace had been found, of
Thought Chief Was Safe
captain aiurpny was nt a loss '.o
explain tho accident. He reported
that the sea had been a bit rough
and that tho narrow deck ot the craft
had been washed by tho seas and had
becom'o very Bllppcry. Ho had se.n
tho chief walk along tho side ot the
rbssel and believed that ho had do'
tcondod safely Into the cabin.
It'Was with eyes streaming with
taars that Murphy niado his report
ut the harbor hospital. Hushing
breathlessly from tho dock, he burst
into the hnrbor hospital, exclaiming
"I've lost Illggy. Ho disappeared
homewhore between Alcatraz and tho
Tho attaches ot tho hospital wero
dumfoundt'd by tho announcement,
but Murphy's features told ot tho
tragedy moro clearly than his words.
and word was immediately dispatch
cd to the police department. As a
precautionary measure. Captain Kcl
ly gavo orders that tho department
keep in touch with Murphy ponding
the Investigation of the tragedy. Kel
ly also ordered that a careful search
bo made of the vessel for any signs
that might assist In tho inquiry. .
Search for Body Begun
Murphy was in chargo of the ves
sel when It was sent out to search
for the body. With him. were Cor
poral Peter J. Keyes and Policeman
Joseph Shaughnessy, Henry Connors
and James Haygen.
The trip to Hclvedcro was mado by
tho chief to visit Commissioner Kcl!.
He left this side at 8 o'clock. It wns
bhortly after 10 o'clock when tho Pu
trol loft Uelvedero to return to this
cldc. The sea wns n bit rough, but
tho night wns clear nnd cold. Mur
phy and Illggy wero alone on tho
boat. Murphy was nt tho wheel and
Illbby had been In tho cabin. After
thoy hud been out some distance Illg
gy en mo on deck nnd offered to re
lieve Murphy. This was Just ad the
Patrol was passing Alcatraz.
Tho two men engaged In conversa
tion and Illggy mentioned that It
wns chilly. Illggy then offered to
tako his place at tho wheel,
"That's all right," replied Murphy,
"I'll run her homo."
Illggy then mentioned that ho was
not feeling well.
"I don't feel very well tonight," re
marked tho chief. "In fact, I feel
vory badly." ,,
Returns to Cabin
Muiphy advised him to return to
tho cabin, where It was wanner.
$1 a Year
"Thank j,jmi, ,t will," replied Hie chief
1111 ,1 lln vn ILc! frivviir.t Hi., rinfilt, I
Murphy raw tho chief n few mo
ments Inter seated In the rnblu be
tween the two lights, leaning back In
n halt ledtnlng position,,
it wns about n lb-minute run to
the Mission street float and Murphy
wns making good headway, with hU
boat up to a point off the ferry slips,
when one of .thclutc- Oakland bo.vtr.
crossing his bow, threw n heavy swell
and forced the Patrol out of its
course. Tho waves made steering
difficult and it was then that Murphy
called for Illggy. He looked down
through the cabin windows nnd was
surprised to find that Illggy was not
there. Hastily leaving the wheel, he
rushed about the vessel In search ot
the chief. In a moment he renllcd
that Illggy had been lost from the
ART AS DISPENSED
TO BERLIN OFFICIALS
Berlin, November 28. ClttcUm of
tho society called Die Schonhelt has
been renewed during this week be
cause ot tho performance which It
gavo Inst Monday night. This society
wns formed nbout n year ago, It Is
stated, thu objocts being tho cnlllva
lion of physical beauty and the res
toration of truo morality. Its code
appeared to bo that beauty and mor
ality are founded on conformation to
nnturo and conformation to nature
meant dispensing with clothes us
much as pcfsslblo.
It nt first did nothing more than Is-
suo so called artistic photographs.
Then It had performances called
"beauty evenings," to which only
members of Dlo Schonhelt weie ad
mitted. Tliu "benuty evenings" wero
Mich a success that they soon were
opened to the public nnd took llcrlln
by storm. A shameless sword dunco
given nt these performances achieved
At last tho Catholics and Lutherans
protested against the performances
and one deputy announced that he
would mako an lntcrellatlnn of tho
Government In tho Prussian Diet
whllo tho church newspapers severely
criticised the Minister of the Interior
for allowing tho shows. The result of
tho outcry wns that the public per
formances wero Interdicted.
Tho society slnco has been endeav
oring to get tho public opinion In Its
ravor, and Invited the whole Ilelchstag
nnd Prussian Diet to witness the
performance at a "Beauty livening."
Lust Monday night when this perform
ance took place tho new concert hnll
In Berlin wns cron'ded with Deputies,
some of whom wero accompanied by
their wives and oven llielr daughters
till tinned witleopcra glasses. They
sat through ,'t(f& perfotmnnco, which
wns a crescendo of Indecency, culmi
nating In a flagrant sword dance
which was performed by n young
woman whoso entire costumo constat
cd of a diadem In her hair.
Building Site at
try Club. 2 Acres
for $750. Scenery
P. E. R. Strauch
waity bldo. 74 s. Kraa st.
MAY SELL HIS HAREM
Casa nianca, November 2V A droll
report has reached hero from Fez,
stating that Muley Hufld has manifest
ed n deslro to enter Into possession
of tho harem of Ahd-cl-Azlz. It should
bo noted that In Moslem states tho
harem Is regarded as n mark of sov
ereignty rather than as tho private
nnd personal property of'the Sultan.
Still moro cnuilcul, however, Is the
assertion of persons who enjoy the
llitlmnto friendship of Abd-el-Azlz.
namely, that tho ex-Sultan Is quite
disposed to full In with tho wishes of
his brother. It must not for a mo
ment bo supposed that. In his com
pliant nttltinlc, Abil-el-Aziz wishes to
plcaso Muley Hufld; he would be will
ing to mako tho concession for finan
cial rather than for friendly rensoiih.
For it must be confessed, with thu
modest resources now nt his" disposal,
Abd-el-Azlz finds It a very difficult
mutter to maintain tho largo number
of women who form tho Sultnnlc
harem. Ho has, indeed, already been
thinking of belling a largo number of
tho fair creatures Circassians who
wero Bold to him by n French Jew of
Tangier, who enjoyed tho tltlo of Pio
lder by Shccreflun Warrant to the
Imperial Harem. Theso Circassians
aro women of great beauty nnd Im
mense value, because Abd-el-Azlz wus
a bettor connoisseur of thnt class of
"merchandise" than ho was of pianos
and motor cars.
If Muley Halld should deslro to pos
sess tho Imperial harem, Abd-el-Azlz,
It is understood, would gladly hand It
over to him, tho transaction being, of
course, conducted on a cash basis, and
it Is oven stuteil thnt a bargain Is now
At tho present moment moro than
two hundred women nro lodged In n
house hero belonging to the Govern
ment, where also their Imperial mas
ter resides. They would nil, with (lie
exception of nbout a dozen favorites
of Abd-el-Azlz, bo packed off to Fez In
tho event ot tho negotiations being
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Mrs. Stubb "John, I gnvn you n
bust of Shakespeara for your Men.'
Do you nppreclute It?"
Mr. Stubb "Well, I should sny so,
Mnrln. I always keep it near me."
Mrs. Stubb "I 11111 so clad- to hear
you Intvo n poetic soul, John."
Mr Stubb "Yes, Maria, I find that
bust llio handiest thine; 1 over struck
for hcratehlntt matches."
flr BULLETIN AD3 PAY -mm
Dick Sullivan In
The Role of
BOUT BETWEEN Y0UNQ NELSON
AND JACK M'FADDEN NOT
Upon tho shoulders of Dick Sulli
van has fallen the impressnilal man
tle of Hon, Joel Cohen, and already
the cncrKetlc middleweight Is pio
paring for a bout. During Cohen's
abseuco 011 tho mainland, Sullivan
will have full chargo ot tho local Ma
lic sphcro and will control the des
tinies of tho Orpheum as well.
Sullivan is now considering u bout
between Young Nelson und Jock Mc
Kndden. Mcl'addcii's showing against
Terry Saturday night hus awakened
fnns to tho realization ot the fait
tliut the red-headed man Is nulto ,1
hid when It comes to the gloves, and
It is believed thut he and Nelson can
draw quite a house.
Nothing definite has as yet been
dono nbout the matter, but the pios
pects seem very good for a mill with
in the next few weeks. The dato can
only be decided after thetwo men
have been brought loSethernnd reach
ed some agreement.
Nelson Is a toijgh, heady fighter,
who knows how to handle his hands.
He wns to have fought Chnrllo Web
ster n couple of months ago, but a
biokcn nose, received In a.prnctlsi
bout with Joo Lulicy, incapacitated
him for servlco at that time. Ho Is
all right now, however, nnd, with a
few weeks' training, will be ablo to
put, up n bung-up scrap,
Sullivan now has his eyes open for
a couple ot good preliminary events.
There aro several likely youths hero
who hne expressed a desire to enter
tho B(iinicd circle and demonstrate
their prowess, nnd the promoter docs
not anticipate any dlflkulty In pio
vldlng n couple of curtain-raisers
that will satisfy tho most fastidious.
It is not unlikely thut a definite
announcement may be forthcoming
some day this wcok, ns Sullivan Is
not likely to let any grass grow un
der his feet.
Charlotte D. 1. Steero has jnld thice
lots, wflli a beach frontage, m-ir Dia
mond Head to II. M. Wliltnny for
$4500. Onu month ago shn lu-t ol.ntl
the samo property fioin C. W. llooth
S Our New Line of
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J )!" ""?: is going jike hot cakes. J
The quality of the poods in connection with the LOW
PRICES will simply astonish you.
Yon can now see our larce assortment of JEWELRY,
TOILET WARE, and NOVELTIES.
J. A. R. V1ERRA & CO.,
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TOILET WATERS, FINE SOAPS.
FRENCH, ENGLISH, AMERICAN,
Product of the Best Factories.
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HOTEL AND FORT STREETS.
This sale applies only to the main store at Eleele.
A Great Reduction in all Lines of
These will be sold at LESS THAN COST: ENGLISH
TAILOR GOODS, BOOTS and SHOES, HATS and CAPS,
MEN'S SOCKS, At Sacrifice Prices. All These Prices
A fine line of Fancy Wines and Liquor for the Christ
v mas trade in our Liquor Department.
J. I. Silva's Store, Eleele, Kauai
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