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HIIN-FlfiHT fINI RIKY VTOFFT
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ENDS WITH TWO IN HOSPITAL!
Men Blaze At Each Other On
Downtown Corner And
Both Are Hit
A WOMAN JU? ;THE CASE
McQuaid, Angered At Attentions Paid
His Wife, Goes Out Armed
To Kill Youth
Jealousy over the attentions of a young man to another
man's wife came to a climax this morning in a bloody shoot
inn affray at the comer of Fort and Hotel streets. It ended
with both of the men in the hospital, one of them so badly
injured it is feared he cannot live, and the other painfully
but not, the physicians say, seriously hurt.
The men are William M. McQuaid, well known in the
islands as a plantation man, and Volney C. Driver, an in
spector of dredging in the government service. The woman
in the case, according to the causes discovered that led up to
the shooting, is Mrs. McQuaid.
The shooting is the end of many threats that are said to
have passed between the men, McQuaid declaring he would
kill Driver if the latter did not cease hisattentions to Mrs. Mc
Quaid, and young Driver, audacious but vigilant, ready to
meet the angered husband.
Both men went armed. For weeks, it is said, McQuaid
has been seeking a favorable chance to kill young Driver, and
that chance came this morning. It was in broad daylight,
on the corner- of two of the principal streets of the city, that
McQuaid saw his opportunity, and with hundreds of people
in a radius of a few blocks, with scores of witnesses within
a few feet, he opened fire on Driver and in the desperate gun
fight that followed he himself was the chief sufferer.
At fl:l.r. this mmnlng aholH rung
out on tho turner of l-'ort anil Hotel
Ftroets, ;tml within n iiilnuto n tio
mendous irowil had gutheicd nround
the entrance to tho lUItlmnio Dairy
lunch loom, whoro McQunlit lay on
tho lliior Eliot through the lungs unci
Driver was. held In custody by Po-!
llco OHlcar Peter Hosca, Driver was
'wounded In tho hip and McQualdi
-.s shot thmiiph tho lungs.
Seven shots In all Woio Hreil, but
only two took effect on tho men who
wee mixed iii In tho affair. Inno
cent liystnwleis wore, hnwovcr, In
fire.it danger, and tho bullets that
missed their mnik Hew wide among
the people In llunson Smith's driig
Btore and the ,H.iltlmoio restnurant.
As Foon na Ofllccr Ilose.i arrested
Driver, n .38 caliber Colt auny io
volver w;is taken froih him. Two
cartildgcH out of tho nix wore found
to have beon discharged. DrIor
wan taken to tho police station, hut
upon nrrhnl there win found to bo
wounded, Ho wan, then lomoved at
mro to the Queen's Hospital, where
McQunld had already been taken.
Driver Is soiliuisly Injutcd and Mc
Quaid Is In n Ind wav M Qunld'9
revolvor lnd been emptied, and live
fcholla told the Btory of tho shooting.
According '"to PNO-wltnotM"!, tho
hooting w.m dellhuiato and doiie In
avery shortiftiaco of tlinh. 1'ioh
ubly ono minute coierid tho wliole
affair. Drlvor was having hieali
fast in tho n.iltlinpro D.ilry nt 9:15
this niouiliiK.iflKl us ho licard the
Nuiianii ear ilnlug, ho iiulcKly lln
lulled his tiilTco and ran out to catch
AVENGER IS PURSUED
AND BADLY INJURED
Drler had no gunner rcuhpd the
middle of tho btieot than McQuaid
appeared on the rcune nnd Btartcd
to xhoot at him. At tho Ilrst shot
Oliver boarded tho car and dived
acrois to tho Walldkl side of it. The
fuellhido loiitluued nnd five bhotti In
all woro fired by McQuaid.
Driver was lilt by one bullot, and
tho nilbsllo tore its way through tho
side of hiB hip. Ho Btnggored iib
ho lit on the ground on tho oppo
site sldo of the car from Mi Quad,
but quickly reiovered and, drawing
n revoher finm his coat pocket, ran
around the rear cm) of tho car and
started utter Mcljuuld.
Tho latter ran towards tho Haiti-
innio Dairy lunch room and, getting
Inside, hilddletj up behind a 8 reon.
Drher rushed trtrnugh tho door and
111 cd twlui at McQuaid. One bullet
took elfeit In McQuald'A light breast
nnd penetrated the lung
When Dilver saw McQuntd fall,
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William M. McQuaid, former manager Kona Qevel-'i
opment Company, sugar chemist,, lately connectedwith
census bureau. Bullet through right breast ihto lung;
serious, will probably die. .
-Vojncy C. Driver, former, newspapefinUinspcctor
"of dredging on government "work at PoaltHarbqr,, Bul
let in left side; 'painful, may be serious. '
" MRS. M'QUADEf UNMOVED - j
Apparently caring nothing whether her husbarltJ lives or j dies, denyln.
absolutely that she ever heard him threaten Drivel-'or Indirectly give warn
ing of his Intention to shoot the young man, Mrs. McQuaid was today
found by a reporter of the B u 1 1 e 1 1 n at the home of J. H. Mackenzie at
1488 South King street. The McQuaid s moved some time ago from their
former home on aKIakaua and Ohua avenues.
Mrs. McQuaid appeared at the front door to meet the Bulletin report
er and he was stopped there,
"Ms. McQuaid, have you ever heard of Mr. Driver threatening your
husband," she was asked.
"I know nothing of the matter," she said.
"Did your husband ever threaten Driver?" she was then asked.
Again she gave an angry denial and then slamming the door In her ques.-.
tloner's face, she disappeared Inside the house. She was apparently angry,,
but showed not the sl'ghtest trace of sorrow at the news of the trouble In
which she Is likely to play a prominent rcle.
he walked out onto tho sidewalk and
bugan to button up hU coat. Just
then I'cter llosea, the lolored Mllca
olllcor, rushed mound tho corner of
I'ort sticet and, beelng Driver,
grubbed him and quickly found a io
olvor in his liistdo pocket.
McQuaid was picked up by Qlmr.
lie CuhIi, who wan tho 111 bt to enter
tho lunch room. Cash did nil ho
(ould for the woundod man, hut tho
Intter exclaimed: "Don't moe me;
I am dono for."
An army doctor of tho transport
Uigau enmo along nnd gnvo Ilrst aid
to M'Quald. Shortly aftrwardu the
stricken man was taken to tire
Queen's Hospital and at once placed
on tho operating table.
Driver was taken to tho police
station by Police Officer Ilose.i, and
upon in rival tlieio It was noticed
that blood was dripping fiom him
An Investigation shqwed Hint (he
man wan wounded, and ho was hur
ried to the hospital, lloth McQuaid
nnd Drlvor hno been boojted nt the
receiving station nnd charge will
ho Inld ngalnst them as booh as It
Is known how tho Injuries wll re
sult. STRAY BUuTeTS FLY
AND ONE HITS CLOCK
When tho first shot wns fired theio
wns nn Instant crash of glass heard!
-and a hole appeared in tho top of the
pinto glass window nt lleiisnn-Snilth'sl
store. This bullet was afterwards
found Imbedded In tho wall near the'
hack of the stom I
I Another shut went through tho'
iipou door of tho drug bIoio and
struck a Intgo clock, that hatigs on
the wall at tho rear of tho store.!
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The fii'o nt tho clock was smashed,1
nnd nt liis It was thought that tho1
bullet that .went tliiougli Oio win-',
ili)w,aid ht tho clock. This wan
not lio cise, how ever, iih an exatnl-
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nation by Chief .McDullle showed that
tho clock was out of tho lino taken
by tho bullet that punctured the
window. Later on tho chief found
tlu) mark of where the leaden missile
had landed mi the wall. Two shots
went Into IlenMm-Sinlth'B store, and
tho escape of the clerks and several
uusitiiiivrs Him ii'iiuirMiiiii?.
Over In tho llaltiinore lunch room
ono Ilattencd-out bullet wis found
on tho floor near the back wall. The
second shot fired by Driver Is burled
In M(Quald'i) body Henry Hspluda
plrked up one bullet nnd liindcd It
to Chief McDuino. Of tin sown
shots Ilred, (ho hnvo been nc ounted
Motorman J. Ir Osmcr of tho Wnl
alao run had Just brought hlB car
to tho Port street rornor when he
saw McQuaid rush out and berln tir
ing at Drlvor. Osmer cirroborales
the statements of nil th Other o0'
witnesses who saw tjio nl.ootlng.
MEN ON OPERATING
TABLE AT HOSPITAL
McQuaid was lushed to tie
queen's llpspltiil, whero It was found
Hint ho wns crltl-ally wounded. An
exiiinln.itlon by .Dr. Jildd disclosed
lio hict that the bullet from Driver's
roolvor had taken elfoct In thelght
breast and had penetrated the 'lung.
Whllo McQuaid was Ijlng In tho
HaUlninro icstaurant, blood runnlifg
from Ills mouth, nn army surgeon
who was nt the sceno of tho shoot-
UK romnrked thnt McQuaid 1011I1I not
recover, but Dr. .Tudd dethued this
morning nftor his rxaniliuitlon nf
tho wounded mnn thnt ho had .1 fair
chaiico for iecoery.
McQuaid was put under ch'oro-
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form as soon lis ho uriUed at thu
Queen's Hospital and was not nhln
to mako tiny Ftalemeiit In coniiee-
Hon with the shooting.
(Continued on race Z)
One Lcilehua Location as Good
'As the Next Asserts
AND LEAVES TOMORROW
Commandor of Department of
. California Declares'Rescrr
.vauon nas woiiuenui u-
vantages Now Troops !
-- l:crielu.i Is fo wondei fully adapt
id for nllof the puriHlsej of n great
nnny foet that a selection of a site
for thu post liull.lln.i Is tin) e.islest
This Is 1iii mm litilnu vnlied tills
morning by Ceneral Taikcr llllss.
ii miiiniKliM of the Dep.irltueut of
C'a Ifuruln, who letiirned from I.el
lehu.i this nioiiilng, after u thurough
lupii-tViii of I.elKdiui, In rompati)
,wlth lu.i tepii inter Ceneral Ah hhlre.
1 (V " 'i "! r did mil sl.ite tli.it
the pcittiuri nt "He fi the hnlldlngs
h.is been detei mined upuu, but de-
I In.eil lli.it this is simply a matter
of f. .in n ml In the hit nil of Secio-
t.iry of War Die Union.
I "One eoulil Htwiil on the l.elle
hua i(Hei.it!rn." .ild floneryl IHIbh,
i "and thu-w n sloue In any llne.'iind
tho direction the stone took Would
be a up i adapted to the U iUlr.n
Of the permuuent post buildings ax
un oilier site, I.ellehua U beauti
fully n-l.ipted for nn army post, and
the main problem Is now to provide
fo) toiiiornry ncomiuodatlonif for
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t)l(lf0 wU)nul ((lay ,
(icneial llllrn expects to leavo on
the tianvport l.cgan, t.iillng tomor
row afternoon, mid will probably ho
ncrompnnled by (leneral Aleshlrn.
Miss Dclno Is Passenger On
Transport Logan Re
Vlss Dolno, he id of 'ho lied Crosi
Society with lieadquirters nt Wash.
(,,Bllm) ) c, and nlhO head of the
1,1 ciml tho Army of the Phlll-
piue.s Is n passengor on tho transpntt
I.okhu, and while In tlm til) has been
na Kuestof local inenibrrH nf tho Itel
A reception will ho given In MIkh
Dclno s honor at 7 M this exonlnii 11 1
tho "homestead" of tho Y V
fiio king street
All thoso Interoslrit In Hod Cross
work ate invllel to mpil Miss pelno
nnd esiieclnlh th" gradin'e nurses of
'ho city vhtdlier now engaged In 11c-
'rl "' 't "'"
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UPLiA IoOHS UP FOR FRAUD.
(AbsiIsiii1 I'nss C.ildi'.)
cjj; .-aANCISCO, -Nov. t. Pour
suppi'vliori) of Ban' Mateo county
iavo iW, tiiillrtfl by tho grdnd
tJurv. chargod with extortion In 1011-
nectlon with tho finishing of the
1 f TI,.!,,, TVT,
.uijmicoo kjxi jULUiigixuiig j.uaiu
Develops and Ship Is -Detained
Ilonolulii has Jiitt pic.ipe.l-tlio grac
dsnior -of a posillile Vintsmluatlfi'i
HirrilBlthpr4nlrrTliict.Rin" orycrKflv, fi
or, uiaiiKs ii in' Msiianco and, care
exercised by llic corps of Federnl
livnllh autheiitles ncllug iiudVritho dl
lection of tl.3 Unit d St.itcR qii-iran.
tine and Alui.ue Hospltjl senk'O.
To Iho piee.iul.on cxeiclfcd by Dr.
Kluclalr In iho handling of thu recent
siuplclnui i .e of sickness found on
bonid Hi to)o. Klsen Kulslia liner
Hongkong .Muni, Is duo much credit,
for the nar o. iscipo of w hid might
led to the Introduction of tho pestclon
tl.il jell'in foter within tho bniunl.M-'
les ri icy i irnoi v -
A ilo'i ..UU.il or p'jr nieillr.it olncerH
includ'i ; Drx. Itiiiuiis, Marsli-jll,.l.imeti
mil f" "lair cotiaicte.l illli the qiuir
ii i ' erlre Pr. Tucker Smith of
tho i ted Ht.itps iiiv and Dr. Unti
dy of th Te-r'.tnilil Ilo.iid of llciilln
bonrded the Hongkong Mnru off iIk
liiiilior tbhi iiioriiniK and nt tljo cja
cliisliin rf a Una by iitninlnallOu'of
the smp'rleui cnt-o urilved nt n uiianh
inn: dcc'slon thnt the patient Is suf
fi'i'im from jollow foor.
When Dr Bluclnlr llist lio.irdMl the
Jai'ancKO ste.imcr on October 30th, ho
had his suspicious concerning n nio'ro
hciloim mnlaiiy than that of malaria,
to which had been assigned tho cause
of tlm lllnciu of Hie steerage ii.iskpii-get-.
An ciluinstUo iIIokiiosIb 'allied
mateilnlly b careful watching of tho
pallcnt finally decloed the facl that
the ease Is iinmlstaknlily yellow fever
Dirty precautions woio takrji byvtho
Podernl olllcers in tho fumigation of
to elved ruliiforrcmuntM ttf the Mini-
"her of f500
Prominent Citizens to Rally Today tho.-o occurroa senom ims
Fnr RpntthliPin Pniicnln '" Hnrcelonn. Tho striker, whoilra
hor Heptipncan oause in , a e8pcrIll0 moot-ji nreJ bll 1I1IlA.
LllSltana Hall. ' her or liilmrrrs who 'wero acting In
tho -apnelty nf StrlkelireaKiirB, sej-
ernl nf thu wnrknton being woundeil
The Hepuhllcnn mirtlngs tonight eovercly. w ' 5
will bo fcituied lij n big gathering M010 rerlous ttouhlrt is expected
of huslne.s men at l.iiFlt.inn Hill at tomorrow, ns the "strikers' luvo notl
7:".fl io'clcek. with oeinl of tho Bp.1 "II Interested that thii 'tKmbjoi
incst iiinittliiPiit of Honolulu's illl- now cxldlrg will .lo -brought ttoliji
ivm Fcheditlel to uddVctj tho oters. end one way or the other.
Thl.l meeting Is unilor the nits- "1
plce of tho Plfth Pieclnct. 1'oiirth ASSASSINATION OF
Distil I. cf which C. (i lUlleuoyno .. ALPHONSO RUMORED
Is cliulininn, and ho p'ans to mako
It tho best of the i-.inip.ilgn. Amongi , v,'Jrf,' '" " c,,',!"- r
tlm sponkeis scheduled for tonight
nro W. O Smith. 1: Pnxon Illshop.
Norman Wiitklns. II. M. von Holt,
It. W, Shlnglo and John Hughes.
"Straight .tl kef't'tnlk will bo gloti
(Assml.ilrd rrvs C.iMe.)
PHKINd, Nov. I. -All edict tins
been Issued from tho throne nn
noiiiiilng that the imperial p.irll.i
inent will conveuo in 1913,
Iho hlp In order to kilt Iho. rclld
fiex mosquitoes. The oiitlro history
tbln-mornlng. The imilent lit said to
hcconvnl'scent nnd lie bus passed tlm
contnglous stage of tho illsdue. '
The decision upon tho irt of tho
qnarantliio omclftls vlll ctuso another
day of ilctentlon for Iho JnpniieFo fil
er, t Tho PeilernlyregulntloiiK requlro
a sIx-dnyK' qitaraiitltip for "yellow
Jack" and to carry out Hip provisions
the. ilofigknng Mnru mny be released
nn Suuday morning should no further
ttlckiiess dot clop on Imard.
That Rallnn Crui. (lip terminal port
for (he Amerlcin-llnwollan line at tho t
'fi'L118 nf Tehuntjtopor, Is up Infectotl
Voit'nt the present tlmo. Is now elenr
Iv CHtnhllshed llirougli tlm cnRo now
on lioanl thi .lapancsV liner which
lsllcd Pallna Crnr. beforo sailing lor
J mo IHISIlllS. ,
Dr rtnmiis reoelvcd a rablo from
Pi'ti J'r.melsco Ibis morning whlc,i
fii-thcr hears out (ho cbnlentliin In'ro-
l.'itlon In n slmlhr ensn of sickness
fohtiil on board tho midstf freighter VJ
Henlev. Tlip vpssijI sailed fiom SallniVvi'
Cruz for Vlclnrln, II. &, and wns oIh
llged to put Into Ran' Pedro on October I
2.1 b-cnusn of tho serious illness of-n i
saiior ,111b case was sriceuiiy mngnos
oil ns vellow fevj-rnd tho Pederal
nuarantlne ofTlcers refused to ticrmlt
the- men to land there. Th eilenjev
passed Ran Pranclscn on OclobeV'23
(mid arrhed at Vlclnrln on tho 2!uTot
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iio nioiiiii -
Tho ealde states thnt tho patient
died of yellow fnVT whllo on the voV
ago up the const.
SPAIN IN TIIROES OF A
BIO LABOR STRIKE
I .cK''"it,il 1'rinn IMIiM.) l
MADItlD, Nov. 4, Tho RpiJ&lsh
goxernmeut Is most iletoinilnedjyo
pieveni any doTnoils'trntloiis IjHng
ninde In Hiirrclnna tcinortoW liy tjio
labor fartlous. Oonernl Woillrvhas
,i.i'.i., ,uy, 1. - jiiere is a
minor hero to t(e effect 'that Ulrfff
Alphonni nf Spain has bfctu nssassll
nntel. The rumor can not bo cdi-
QUEZON IS REELECTED,
(Assorl.t,sl rim Cllile.)
MAMlA, Nov. . Th" Anaemia
now In session reflected Manual Que
zon ns Delegate to Conross. f This
body emphatically refused to con-
cldor tho elect Ion of llenlto.Lcgarda,
I county-, courthouse,
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