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ESTABLISHED 1882. NO. 4731.
10 PAOES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAH.JMONDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1910. 10 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
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REPUBLICANS PLAIN WHIRLWIND FINISH
First JJjg Game
American League Team Victori
ous Over Famous
(S.-wliil llillli'lln Cubic)
PHILADELPHIA, Pa., Oct. 17.
In the presence of one of the largest
crowds that ever attended a base
ball game, the Philadelphia Athlet
ics today defeated the Chicago Cubs
in the first game for the world's
championship by the scoie of 4 to 1.
It was probably the greatest ball
game ever played in the city of
brotherly love, where the diamond
sr.cit has fiouiishcd for many years.
The Philadelphia Athletics, cham
,p!ons of the American League, put
ud a marvelous offensive, and defen
sive exhibition of the national pas
time. They batted hard and fielded
beautifully. The Chicago Cubs, con
sidered the ureal est machine in base
TWO STEAMERS WANTED TO
TAKE NORTHWEST BUSINESS
MEN ON TRIP TO ISLANDS
Twh bit; nccan-rnlng steamers In
stead n (no may lie necessary to
In lug to Hid IMunds all thn ox ur
HlftnlBtH tioin l'ugot Souiiil next l'eb
rii.il, ncioi'illng tn Into news rccolv
Ml bj Secictnry II. 1'. Wooil of tbo
Hawaii 'l'liimutlnu Cniiiinllti'c.
'Iho buellioss men of Seattle ami
vicinity linvn nlieaily ni ranged for
tlui churtciltignt tho hto.imcr l'rlnco
ltupcrt, ami nt tlibt It win thought
that them might bo n Rood many
acini berths nboanl, but It appears
that tfioio has bcn su h a rush for
tleketn that negotiations hnvo al
i raily been staiteil to charter the
Wiclo Circlo of Fiionds Attest
Sympathy By Masses
Funeral boi vices woie hobl yestor
ilay for Mis. Mary Maelmilo, of HC.1
Hler stioot, who illeil at 8 oVIoclt on
Saturday morning nt tho fnmllv resi
lience, Tho body vvns burled In tho
Mm. Machailo was ono of tho first
I'mlngiiest' wiinion In an ho lu tho
Islands, nnd had a wldo cliclo of
friends hero, ns was attoated by tho
ninny Mowers that wero Riven and tho
v'Xiiesslons of cnniloleiico nnd sjiu
pathy that reached tbo bereucd
members of tho family. Tbo family
has oUendod thnnks to friends and
to Hie Union hackstand for special
Miiilnoss at tho funeral
COL, C. W. 2IEGLER "The straight Republican ticket !s descrv
ing of the support of straight voting citizens. The men on it are worthy
of support, and they will cct it,"
ASSISTANT U. S. DISTRICT ATTORNEY RAWLINS "The Repub
lirau ticket stands for prosperity ani prcgicss, and I intend to vote it
stra'ght. Kuh.'o has accomplished much at Washington nnd should be re
turned. The legislative ticket is particularly good and entitled to tho
support of the ncople."
MARSTON CAMPBELL, Superintendent of Publio Works "Every
Republican nominee is entitled to the tupportaof the voters. The party
is for progress and a development of the country,"
ball, played well, but the speed of
the Philadclphians on bases and in
the field and their strength at bat
bewildered even Chance's veterans.
Bender and nomas were the Phila
delphia battery. Bender pitched a
wonderful game for the Athletics,
holding his opponents to thiee hits.
Overall started to pitch for the Cubs,
but was taken oat of the box and
succeeded by Mclntyrc. Kling was
catcher. Umpires Ccllonlly nnd
By taking the first game of the
scries of seven, the Athletics have
been made favorites in the betting.
The rc:t came will be played in
Philadelphia tomorrow, and will be
follcved bv a day of rest and then
the third. p.amcjn Ch'rcngo, . U-.r.-t
I'rluce Itupeit'ii ulster chip, l'rlnco
(icorgo, mill the outlook Is ghiid for
a full passenger list on both. Not
only business men, but a lot of
woulil-be t mil 1st h aie Ilgurlng on
spending iart of lVbruai) In the Is
lands, nnd some of them will un
iloubteilly romp on tho special ex
ciiikIoii. Tho Ki eater part of tho
ciovvd, however, will be reprcscntn
tlo of tho Noithvvest's business In
dustrlos anil will romp to tho Teril-
torv with an eyo for business.
Rocictnrv Wood will mon begin to
plan for thn ilctallei entertainment
of tbo vlsltois wlillo they arc In tho
CONSUL TO FORMOSA
TO MAKE TALK HERE
Samuel C, Reat Will Address
Chamber of Commcrco
Samuel C. Iteat, I'nlted Stales Con
sul nt Tainsii, Pormosu, VIII urrlvo In
Honolulu on tho Koion, noxt Trlday
nn bis way to tho Coast. Ho will nd
ilioss tho Cliambor of Commorco on
Hint dato The rcgulnr bi-monthly
meeting of tho Chamber N set for
Wednesday, but will be postponed un
til Krlday for Mr. Heat's talk. Vice
President Cooko oxtends a RenoraJ In
vitation not only to mombors but tn
all Interested iih well.
Mrs. Noilpn Hobo's concit will bo
hobl at tbo Mo.iun Hotel luslo.id of at
tho YnuiiR on Oct 271b.
LEADING FIGURES IN
BENNETT CUP RACE
iKixii.il 11 u 11 Kiln ruilc.1
i ST. I.OflS, Mo., Oit. 17. The In
ternational balloon race for thn
James (inidon lleunett Cup bcR.in
hero today. Many dlstlnRiilshed nvi
ntnrB wero present.
SAN' rilANCISCO, Oct. 17.
Ileets: 88 nn.ilysls, 9s. U l.ld.: par
ity, 3 98e. I'rolaiu nuotatlon, Ds.
U 1- III.
DAMAGE CASE IS
BEFORE THE COURT
Trial of tho $r.000 dnmoRO case
brniiBlit by Andrew IlrlKlit against
Tom Qulim bPRiin this inoinlnK la
Judlto Whitney's court, thn raso arls
Iiir out of nllcRod rcrkless drUliiK In
Oclobcr of l.iijt ycir when the philu
tiff was knocked fioin tho rnnfiliij;
Ixiiiul of it sticvt car on Hotel sticot
by tho luachlno of tho ilofendaut.
Tho ncclil?nt occurred between Ala
lia! mid I'unchboul til reels Qulmi
cli'hliiR Wnlklkl ou tbo nriiikn side
of Iho stiect and knocking IlrlKlit from
Ibo running lioaid In pausing.
After Ibo Jury was drawn for Hie
rape tin ndjoiiiliiiient was taken and
tho Jurjiu n wen over to tho scene
of tho accident, tho cise being contln
ucd at tun o'clock this nriernooii,
This morning before tho Supreme
Court arguments wero heard ou tbo
wilt of en or proHcnttd In Jam's I,
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, W ' Mil m ' '
Holt enso, l'lOHOcutlng Altoinoy Catli
cart iiiieaillig for Iho govi'iiiinent and
Attorney llallou foi Iho dofi'UEO,
w iWBW ga-jJn- JBtzti -'M5ar.lB . ..all , 1 It
HIGH BASEBALL HONOR
GO f KOREA
Facific Mail Liner May Pos
' sihly Be Held Until
Ono hundred prospective passen
gers can be acinmuiodateil on tho
fast nnd spacious Pacific Mail liner
Korea, that Is due tn nrrho from
Hongknng ami Japan pints on Fri
day morning, and which will prob
ably bo dispatched for San Fran
cisco, through tho ngenty of H.
Ilnekfcld & Co, ou Saturday morn
ing. A cablo has been received to this
effect, nnd tho bonkliiRs Indicate that
tho res'ervatlon for Honolulu passen
gers will lomo tcry near being taken
up. Tho vessel. will leave fifteen
hundred tons of gonerul Oriental
cargo nt the port.
In ovent of .tho Koren arriving off
port nt n cry early hour on Krlday
morning, the steamer will probably
be dispatched tn tho mainland tlio
The following wireless messago
has -been received by the npents
fiom tho B S. Sierra, bound for San
8. S Bloiro. nt Sea, 8 p. m . Octo
ber IB, 1910830 miles from San
riaiulwci lightship; light buffeting
air; smooth sea, with long westerly
HWellj lino, iloar weather; all well.
Matspn Liner Will Be Much
Changed In Ap
pearance. There Is promised considerable
cbaiiRo In tho general appearance of
the Mnthim Navigation liner I.urllno
when that vessol returns from her
tempoiury detention at the Coast
Tho I.urlllio lias been plac;ed out
of commission for one -round (rip.
Iminedlately upon arrival lit 8.111
Francisco tho btcunicr was turned
nvor to a largo force of workmen,
who pro' ceded to dlsmantlo n por
tion of the vessel's upper works. Tho
plans tall for n lengthening of the
btructiiio now occupied by stuto
loomB and tho saloon.
A number of additional flrst-class
rabllie will bo added Uy the altera
Hon now in progress, Tho speclft
cations nlsn call for the removal of
tbo smoking room to the after part
of tho upper deck. This movo will
bo much appreciated by ,, travelers
who aro patrons of tho Matsou I.lno
While the superstructure of tho
I.urllno Is receiving attention bv
workmen, n force of machinists Is
going nvoj tho oiiglnci, and when
the vebsel Is fendy tn sail on her
regular run to Honolulu she will
bavo undergone a thorough overhauling.
Republicans Will Close Cam
paign With Three Whirl- :
wind Weeks !
With nil tho cnrouragoincnt of,
Foiuiil pilnclples, uurtb) cnndldntcH!
mid n winning cause to tight for, the I
llepiibllcaiis of Oahu will tonight open
the leal campaign with n meeting on I
South and King streets. I'mm now'
on until Niiicmber S. there will not!
bo a, lull In the battle for Mites lie-;
iwcen the rival parlies, nnd tho Ite
publicans In particular have laid Out
u strenuous priiRraiu.
Meetings bavo been nrrntiRed for
practically ovcry night betwicn now
and tbo dato of election. Iich dis
trict bus been nsslRiied Its dates Tbo
fourth dUtrlct will liavO Its big rallies
AGED MAN FIRES BULLET INTO .
HIS MOUTH AIVD DIES SHORTLY
After working for llfty-elght jenrs
out of tbo soventy-slx ho has been
on earth. W. llrcdo this morning put
the mm' 0 of n ,22 revolver In his
mouth Mid shot himself. He died
-oino I) ecu minutes utter tho fatal
shot i s. Tied, and this evening nn
linn : Mill be held on his remains.
H ..e had been In theso Islands
for over fort) jears, nnd he had been
emptoved as a mechanic at the Ho
nolulu lion Works or most of tho
time Ila worked up till last Sat
urdav, ami tho rash net thnt cut his
life short wag never anticipated by
nil) ono belonging to him. I
This morning aj. C:30 o'clock,
llrcdo left his homo 011 l'llknl street
AT 107 RODE
Kalieka of K'ohala Made
That Distance to
At the nge or JO" cars and riding
several miles 011 horseback In leglster
for tho coming election Is probably tlu
record for Huwull or nny other Terri
tory or Slates In tbo Union, but this
has happened In Hawaii recently.
Kiln Knlleka of Kohaja rodo thioe
miles on n horso last week to bo reg
istered as ono of tho voters of tho
first precinct of ihe hccond rcprcsontn-,
This rldo Is nol n very lung ono
hut when tho ago of Knlleka is taken
Into cpnblitorutlon It Is riiIiir noinc
He was horn 107 yoars ago and la still
In tho cnjuynimt of good health.
Knlleka Is tho father of tho Ilev.
Tlmoteo nml well remembers Kaiiliu
mnnu and tho overthrow of paganism.
Tho old man missed tho Hoard of
Registration wlien it was al work near
bis rosblcnro nml rather than lose his
vote mado Iho Journey nn horselnck
to register H Is probably tbo oMchI
voter In tho Territory.
TItASK III Honolulu, at Kaplnlnnl
Matornlly Home. Oct 14, 1010, to
Mr. and Mis. David K Tiank, n son.
jlHT-'Tor Rent" cards on sale at
the Bulletin office.
on .Mondays. Wednesdays and Friday,
and the fifth has been assigned tbo
Tuesdnvs. Thursdays nnd Saturdays.
Kvcry Saturday night tho week's cam
p.ilgu will wind up vvllli n whoop, nml
tho close of tho campaign will sfo
the biggest iiollllcal meeting In tbo
blstoiy of tho Islands, according to
tbo plans of tho Republican manage
ment The meeting tonight on South ami
King streets will Inaugurate the real
ly strenuous work of tbo r-itmmlgn
Kvciy county and legislative candldato ,
is iiuo iur n unci loray inio K)imcaii
(Continued on Pace 0)
- PATHETIC SCENE
mid prnrccdedid) Thomas Square. Ha
was observed by tho park ranger, m
who noticed him stroll over to a let. J
tcr-box nnd mail a letter. Shortly,
afterward llredo left a scat that h'a
was sitting on nnd, walking n paco
or two. placed n revolver to Ills Una
nnd Qrcd. He fell nt onco to thoSi
gioiiud and expired Just as tils' pa
trol wagon reached Thomas Square,
riinrdrs Hustarn happened to bo
on his lanal when tho sli"otattract
ed hl attention. Ho nt onco ran1
over to thn spot whero ho saw n man
on tho ground, nml was about th'o
first person on tho Bfeno of tragedy:'
Dr. Wood, who happened to ua"
(Continued on Pasre 4)
Report Forthcoming ' Will
Favor the lm- ''
There should I19 suinclent funds for,
UiQ paving of that portion of For(
street ljlnn between tho Intersection
of Quoi'n nnd Beretnnla stroets acj
cm ding In n financial statement that
is expected' will bo submitted to tho
members of tbo city and comity board
of supervisors nt their regular ment-
ttltr to bo hnlil loinm-tmv mnnlntr W
Cbilimali Log.m has prepared i,fl
Biiucnieni or rccelpis nnd rovenuoH ',
with 11 detailed list of -bxp?ii'dltiirva
that h to pnt at rest any doubt con.
coming Iho municipalities ability to
rnr) for Iho addeil pxpendltiiro In
curred In carrying forward tho lone
contemplated Improvement of Houo-V
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Tlin Yl,rltlnnt-1. ntl.l n.mKnHIIA. tnwf- TK
... ,,,u-,,,.,v, J fl,l 4lflll(IIVVn if",
uiKIng thn bltullthlc, paving material
has arilved und Is ready to bo sot upi
land put In operation should tins W-
liwicii vvotd bo received rom tho ctyv
fathers. i ' M
MIb Clafferton, vVoll known lo
rally, and Mr. Hutchinson wer
married at noon, today. After tbo
wedding, which was h,eld In thb '
church, they had a reception In tho'
Young Hotel, whole Mr. HutflilnsoiiVl
has been, residing for somo time, j-,
DULLETIrJ AD3 PAY-7f!fe
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