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Alolm 1'riuple .Special,
Honolulu Lodge I iitlln tlittr nnil
Installation u( onici-rs
All visiting members ol tn
Order art cordially Invited to
attend meeting! of local lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
f HARINE ENGINtEnS' StoAiiS
4UEFICIU. AJVSIATIOH. elation, cor
HARMONY 10DQE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
I Meets every Monday evening at
(1:30 In 1. O. O. F. Hall, Fort Street.
E. 11. HENDUY, Secretary.
7 II. K. McCOY. Noble rjrand.
'AH visiting brothers very cordially
i OAHU LODQE, No. 1, E. of P.
I ' Meets every first and third Frl
, iBay evening at 7:30 In K. ot P. Hall,
( corner Tort and Beretanla. Visiting
' brothers cordially Invited to attend.
f WM. JONES, C. C.
f "" O. F. HEINE, K. II. S.
' HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. R. M,
Meets every flrst and third Thurs
days ot each nonth at Knights ot
Pj ttilas Hall. Vtoltlng brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
A. L. EAKIN, Sachem.
E. V. TODD, C. of R.
v HONOLULU AERIE, 140, P. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WF.D-
INI 3DAY evenings of each month at
ff:: 0 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
J lain Mania, and Fort streets.
Ji biting Eagles are Invited to at
tend, k W. R. RILEY, W. P.
' WM. P. McCOY, See.
'HONOLULU LODGE, 61?, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. C16, B. P. O.
ET.IB, meetB In their hall, on King
Street, near Fort, every Friday eve
ning. Visiting Brothers are cordially
Invlited to attend.
JAS. D. DOUGHERTY, E. R.
JE0. T. KLUEaEL. Sec.
"WM. McKINLEY LODGE, NO. 8,
K. of P.
''Mets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
'vulng nt 7i 30 o'qlock In K. ot P.
Hall, cor. Fort nndtDeretonla. Vlslt-
inn brothers; cordially Invited to at-
II. A. TAYLOR, C. O.
K A. JACOUSON, K. R. 8.
nrnnr rtv TIIH BOA11D OF
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Honolulu, Hawaii. Nov. 4, 1910
Notice Is hereby, given that the
children, not already,. vaccinated, ol
tho following public schools will be
vaccinated by a government pnjsi
clrn at such schools on tho dates
he-eafter stated, beginning nt 9: in
November 7, Kauluwcla: Novem
ber 8, Million nnd Walklkl; rovein.
.bar 9, Hoynl; Novomber 10, Wul
Itiyie; November 14, Central flrnm
mar and Primary: November in, Kn
JlW-kal. Kallhl-uka nnd Moatiulua;
Koveniber J 6, Pauoa; November 17,
Knlnlanl: November 18, Molllllf,
Novi-mber 21, Maemae; November
22. McKlnloy High; November 23,
JCallhl-waenai November 21, Pobu-
iknlna; November 28, Kanhumanu;
tNovomber 29, Normal.
This notice Is gjven In pursuaii"o
of tho requirements of Act 63, SeS'
filon laws ot 1909.
U. A. MOTT-SM1TH.
rp Presldont, Territorial llixird of
" , " 47CC Nov. 4, G. 7
7$ Dr. Hugh L. Dickey
W. V.v Tnr. Wosp. Throat. 1150 Ala-
3ea street (opposite Royal Hawa't an
Hotel). Hours: 9-12:30 and 1:30-4-30.
Sunday, 10-11. Evenings by
appointment. Telephone 3024.
., .tlnter-lslnnd nnd 0. 11 & I Shipping
'bookB for salo at the liulioitn
, office, 60o each. .....
IHE very first item
on the list of sup
plies for a campi up
party should be: Five
cakes of Ivory Soap.
Use one cake for bath
ing; another for the toi
let; a third to cleanse
underwear and flannels
and the other.lwo to keep
pots, pans and plates free
99o Per Cent. Pure
TWO SHOT IN
V BUSY STREET
(Continued from Page 1.)
Driver, wntiu on tliu upiriuiuc ta
ble, lnado n brief ktutcmeiit of tin1
clruimstnnceg kui rounding I lie shout
ing to Assistant Cltj mill County
Attomc) Mllvertnn. Ilo do larctl
that McQuuld bad shut :it blin first
while hu was liiiiiiliu: for tbo Nun
nun car, nt the comer of Hotel nmt
Driver declaip.l that lie w.is sit
ting In tbo Il.iltlmoro rostnurant
with n man named O'Connor, aiyJ
after finishing bis iiumI left the res'
taurant hurriedly niid hiistenedyto
ward tbo Nuunnii avenue car, tflilrh
Voa standing nt the corner. Driver
Ba)s that be bad Just stepped from
the sidewalk when bo beiird a ro-
lort and saw McQuald standing-on
tho curbing with a revolver leeleii
at him. Driver stated that ho Jump
ed onto the car and that McQuald
continued, to fire at htm, ebU'tiLiiBJ
the revolver of fle shots and their
running Into tbo llaltlmore resinu
Driver sas that be then Jumped
off tbo car after It bad p.utstnl thu
restaurant and wcut toward the res
taurant, where bo k.ijb bo believed
McQuald was prepiulng to shoot at
him again. Ile"kaw McQuald In tbo
corner of tbo restaurant and fired
two shots nt him. one of which
struck McQuald In tho right breast
and which It Is belleod may result
DRIVER WANTS WORD
SENT TO HIS FATHER
Tho examination of I)rlcr at tho
hospital showed that om of tbo llo
bullets from MtCJuald's revolver bad
struck I)rle In tho buck to tbo
left of tho medial lino aiidjfear tho
kldnejs. It Is a durigerouij wound
Driver asked tlini n wireless uu
unver weu ""v -" -
Railroad, asking him to come to Ho
Driver has been rooming' at ibo
Mnjestlc Hotel, and the mail named
O'Connor, who was with him In tbo
Il.iltlmoro befort tho shooting, will
be examined this afternoon In tbo
belief Mint ho nui know romethlng
of tho causes that led to the shoot
ing. " . i
McQUAID" HAS TOLD '
OF DRIVER AFFAIR
Arcordlng to tho isillfo theory. Mc
Qnald shot Driver on ae. onnt of Jeal
ous), nnd tho unwritten law will be
Invoked on bis behalf. If be lives.
Somo months ngo Mtllnald wont to
Chief MeDutllo nnd lold 111"" tbnt
Driver was breaking up his home,
and Hint something would htippll
winin day "I am n law-abiding
a clay "I am n ,ny:""""'
:"'" '.-.'".'. ;. . . .. 7,.
ncr m -...,..,- , --- . rostatirniit,', bill ,110 saoeu nun
m away onl.uslnefs I have ;ni8;f f, ?mi j-Vvtythlug olsoout
f cotihtrnlnt, but I might bo driven di iren l'
too far Mr. McDutlle, plpnso wntrn
tbo pair of them and In that way
nothing may happon "
McDutlle satisfied Jilmse.lt that Jle-
Qtiaiil was right In his rcmnrks, bntl
ns tho months tolled on nnd nothing
.), wn khIiI nf the mutter. It wns
thought that matters had turned out 1no Coner of tho "troet, talking ox-
all right This morning's tragedy.lcllndl over tbo affair Th- news of
however, revlvej Ibo old storv. nnd t spread all ovnr tho city Thoso
. ... .... , . ... ..il.nAa.na nf tllO
ns Driver nnu .Mrs .itcwiniu iiuvu
lieen seen on tbo cars together a
been reel! on tin cars togeiuor a
Jo, tho police theory Is accepted a,'
it... ....... t mm
tho coup t one
(Sold NotlieiBoln bracelet wllh ame
thyst betting Howard fni letuin
to this ofllco.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Autoa.HI per hour, Lewis Stables
Hi Kiel M. lliuk SIiiikI, I'Imiiio II.VJ.
It goes without saying that every
thing I Ilest nt Tbo Encore
A now stunt eorj day at the, An-
(bur Saloon, Kuuanu and King.
If you want n good Job done on an
auto or carriage tako It lo llliwailun
Carriage Mfg. Cos. 427 Queen St.
For distilled water, lllre Root
Deer and all other popular drinks
Ring up phono 2171 Consolidated
Judge Wliituc) In the case ot Hours
Nahniilelun, et nl vorsut II A llt'i'Il
for n quiet title has glen Jiidgmont
In favor of tbo defendant
Tvo iimv applicants hue appeared
for the position In ,ttnrnp) (lencral
olllce made ncinl l the api'ilutment
of lippu j I xiner in tbo bench, theso
being Claudius Mcllrldo and Harold
Members of (bo nKnbumanu Society
wjll, attend In n bodj tomorrow at
Alnnhau.J where tbo remains of th
Hon A S (.'leghorn will Ilo In stale.
a' 1 p m nl Alnnhnii Wnlklkl Will
meet nt tbo .Moun Hotel station
.Members nrp asked to wear badgoi
s TO THE MY
At 3 oMock tbo Jurj In tbo ca?o
r(bc Hulled Status . Mux Sebliiin-
mer. ebnrged with lirliiglug niicim
Into tbo couutr) contrary to law,
ictiirim to tbp loiirtrooin, nnd (ho
case will be given them to iIolIiIo by
4 o'clo I. ,
SLblommer, taking tbo stand this
mornlgn, stated that ho knew noth
ing' about poaching or bringing Jap-
lilliety lo tliu ISI.IUUH 10 won. in
,, He made nn agroemeut with a
Japanese wbereb the latter paid
li tin JIM) moutbh to work tho
guano beds, and as to ho tbo labor
ers wero brought to Ljslansky bo
did not know
When n woman doesn't look good In
u styllsli bat she alwios siib It Is be
cause her hair Isn't lled up right.
II it 11 ell li lMllnrl.il lliioui l'linno
2185 Bulletin Itusliifss Ofllre
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BOTH" MEN ARE WELL
' KNOWN IN TERRITORY
McQuald Is known from olio end of
tbo countiy til thu othej. I Ho has
!..., in n... mrar linaliiohs fol- ve.irs1
and wis potitilaf eorjwhero. Somolls nn old timer with the Information
im'.niha iiitm TiTiTwiis niieraled on inlliuroaii of that organization Another,
n local hotpltnl, nnd this. 111 con
junction with the mental unrest that
lie has uudeigouo In connection with
tho tumble with Driver, Is supXed
to have drlvo him frantic
M Qqald was formerly tho m.ina-gorof-
the Kona Development Co..
Hnwnll, nnd Is well known nil over
tbo Terrltorj. Lattorlj ho was en
gaged In work on the census aigl
culturul teturns nnd had como back
tp Honolulu a short time ago. As
mioii. as word of tho shooting wns
spread around town, a rush of Me
Quald's friends to the hospital took
place, but no ono iciuld keo him.
VDrlver, whose lioiue Is nt uona.
, fowlw.. for eon.o time a sport-
Pearl Harbor drcilglng work, having
obtalnc'd a position us sub-Inspector.
WOMAN CASHIER IS
TOO SCARED TO SEE
Ono of tbo witnesses of tho shoot
ing. wIioko ftory might do much t
be.,, tbo p., ,0 "? ";
t-omo quest luus. Is Miss V gh. I. Ua-
poHi, cashier of the llaltlmore ros-
... . , ,
tatinint, whero McQuald tan
itiraut. where McQuald ' nnsc, w, br,B ,, tarK for ,,, ,Kirt.lhem thirty feet long, nboia fourteen
where be wlis put sued bj Drjver
Ilut Mlts Ilaptso IS today sultering I wh() w )cave ,() V08fc0, nl iH
nlmoRt from listeria as 11 result ut'Ilom nil cnt0 tll0 vojago In Iho
But Mlts Itapcso Is today suffering
. 1 1 A
tbo scene sbo witnessed, rind Kin not
give n connected Btoiy of tho nffalr.
"1 saw tbo men run In nnd nearil
tbo illPts flroil," said Miss Itnporu
this moriiluc. "hut tbo filghtotied
me so I can't rwnembor nn thing ;, roster that sailed from Honolulu "'KUi Lmiip-iiiy Had complotud nego
else. I ran back Into Ibo liltflien uf((,, iuvinB illscbniged n shipment of " "Kuis for tho iiuicbaso of Ibu I'acl-
nnil upstnlrs, and bid myself, niiu
,, tmiiilv think at nil now"
I . .. . I
' v.s Ilupowi.rPiuemberii dimly that
oim.Br Jl m'? '""AV-wn Vating in
of her mind.
CURIOUS CROWD IS
EAGER FOR DETAILS
j -. iji'-. ,, '
,r mj Jjoitrslliflrr H'ihotlng
iv .,in tif crowds gathered on.
wjio .nan iktii i'j-"""" ' i
ftny told their stoiy over mid over!
i .. . t ...,
nay on ineir sony " " .
agin, to eager W''7'n- """l
bvhtanders oxiiiulned tbo bullet hole In.
(tho drug stnro window ns II It wero
made or gold Tho Billliuoro Dairy
lunch, wbeio Ibo worst or tbo light
took pine', was bc-leged with visitors,
and all Ibo t bases or tho nttalr wpio
inpoalc'd ovor und ovor by volunlaiy
Our New Phone Number Will He
City Transfer Co.
ADDITIONAL HIPPING ON PAGE EIGHT. i
THROUGH HEAD WINDS AND,!
L0GAIW4MED TO WUHJIil
TROOPSHIP WILL SAIL-F0R SAN FRANCISCO'.TOMORROW
AFTERNOON MAUNA LOA BRINGS SUGAR AND PRO
DUCTS FROM WINDWARD HAWAII JEBSENS OUT
FOR MEXICAN BUSINESS.
Ilcspllo n siiecMslJti of ftiong b ad
winds nnd imiKh Sean, ino uiiiicu
Slates army transput t lAig.ni front
Mimlln ntiroiiin to Bali 1'niiit lscu ni-
piMivd olT tho haiboroarl this inoiu'and beuru stalling th'ls work lrfYaHi
in,, nii.i una Kaon iildiiir side Ibu Ala-
The troopship 13 will laden with
oincers, tbtlr wles and families and
a Htgo number or enllslrd men of tbo
army and nay. I
Three dnji were spent nt Nagasaki,'
Inpan, wboreTi couslgnment of Mllkl
coil was taken ru bnrd I
rrl.n I .,.. oilli.l fr.im Minll fill
..v ."r ,. ".,.,...
October 1Mb and spent tbo following
da) at Maihelet ipi irantlne station
where the enlisted men nnd their cf.
foe's iccMe,l tho tegtilntlon fumlg.
Tbreo rhlldiFii tbo fnmllv nf th do-
ceased eniplocp of tbo I'bilipplno In
sultir gocrnment constituted the only
passengerR 1 ft at Honolulu.
The u-sscl will laud a small amount of lier run to Kona and Knu ports
of geneiat cirgo wbllo help. on wlmlwnrd Hawaii. Shlpinc'ifls of
Sailing orders wero Inimoillatcli cows, horses, ehlckens, cal'cs, ; pigs,
posted that cill for tho d parturo ot tmkejs were Included In thqishlp
Hip trmpplilp for San Francesco at ment nf cargo consigned to locn) pal
lltco o'clock totnoriow nfterunon. I tlrn li
Colouol Charles A. V!llams of tbo Pitrsor Sheldon reports smnolli seas
21st liifmttiy was tho ranking olllcer and light winds with the exception
on btiaid from Nngas,ikl to Manila. of crossing tho channel whenj tough
The l,H'ln WJ" carry Brigadier wentber was oncnujiteted. Tho freight
Oenerals llllss and Alcshlro from this nt tneltiilcd 3d bead cattle. 4 "sacks:
nort to San I'l'tficUci. law.s n linries. IS crates ehlckens. 32
Among, the n'pmbor of Insular gov,
criiiueiii ciiiiiioci'h jiiiiniujiiiK 10 ""
mainland aro .loscrh Cooley, nn nfflcial
cnniiocieu wun ino ueierine nureati
uf Jho Philippine Constabulary Cooloy
eoniiPcti'd with tbo detective bureau
t-ocut servlco operative 'ori board tho
Iigun Is Nathaniel C. (luerton who
has been nssoclntcd Willi tho Manila
department for a number of jears.
Mis. William T Nulling, wlfo of
tbo chief of the Bureau of Posts In
tho Philippines Is also n passenger.
In finoti uliarters theio Is traveling
Ifi enlisted men of tbo nav nnd mar-j equipped will probably be tho Pro
Ino emps, CB2 enlisted men from th" tosllaus Hlto Is nlso tho newest of
urm 22 military convicts and 12 ills (be lino Then will follow tho Heller'
Hongkong Maru Quarantine Pau.
Thu Ilveilaja' ciuaraiit'uu which tho
rcdeial lic.iltli authorities Imposed up
on tbo To)ii l'lscm KiiKha lluei Hon-;-
koug Maru will expire wl'h today
,,,, nt 0
easel Is oxpeolPd will como
Hackfcld whirr tomorrow
dlschaigs n conslgnmenl
of four hundred tuns of nitrates tint Francltco before n week ft om tumor
vvcio taken on bnaid nt Central and low, 'ibo lllumlnntlen of the .Iapauso
South American polls Tho Hon?- wur vessels last oveulug wns some
kong Maui Is destined for Japan and thing that received general comment
China I all along tho watci front.
Next Mall frcm the Coatt,
Tbo. next .consignment of mall from
!, ,Ilalllla'Ild lK ,,. , nulvo nt llo-
Tboio may bo a few lay over passen-
MHIIIIU llllll -'! H It pill lIV V'JMt.
rnr Rngt by pnniw 8n1pr
Foster Made Fair Time.
A fnnilipii iI.ivr' niss.'urn In rreiltt
0,1 to ilm Ainerlenn Keliooner Annlo
i lumber nnd ictniiilng to tho Pnclflo
- I II ((lift. illlll I VIIIIMIUh V (tlV,)!!
lm.ui. is nnwiitnl in limn nrilvcil
t Port Townsend jcstcicUy.
Matton Freighter Enroute.
The Mntsou Navigation freighter
llvmles with ucncrnl carco from San
Francisco Is roportod to bavo sailed' 'r,l Bureau or Navigation reports
from Hint port for Spittle yesterday. ,lmt ,23 Mil nnil steam vessels of 42,
Tbo Ilyndes Is bound for Honolulu 7r' K",s !"" wcie built In Ibo Unit
mid will gitber nil additional fi eight u Slates ilutlng S ptPinbor. Tho
nt the Piijjet Bonn l jiorts.
Kcrca to Call at Manila,
n rt tindorstnod that tho Pacific
Mall slenmcr Koran nn leaving Sun
Fiancbco on her noxt voyngo will tako
ttnt-itn .l,.ulln.l ft ffintln Tl.n lru
,ot should nrilvo at Honolulu Purotito
i it n. . i i i ikf i
i nm i ...... ,.v . ... " " ' '
" ? "ct "r NovcmbBr.jn. Amcu tons . a . four spec al
14'h. trains were icqulrod to take tbo Man
Tide Indicator of Little Value.
Fnillnnnd Westdnlil, In charge of
tbo San Ft nuclei n olllco of tho Coast
nnil Oeijdotlp Rurvoy, has directed a
letter to Ibo Merchants' Hxcbangn In.
rjulrlng of ciptalm nnd pilots icgard-
(Jas. 11. Love)
)ng tbo valito of tho tlI- Indicator
locjieu ni mo rouiiii cnu ui aiejiraz
Island Tbo stiucturu uion whlcltbo
Inillcalor rests Is In need of rejUir.
thoualit ndlsnblo to get the onUiIon
"f shlpniai.'ets as to whether ofjiiot
tho Indicator might bo of gicntorj.ns
slstuiico r It wero removed tohtho
East Urotlur light iitntldii; wlicrnrnri
rlncrs could see tho stntn,6f thnjldo
In tbo shoal channel across San Jablo
lta It Is understood tlfnt thoilOes
In tbo entrance nnd In Hit channels
nernsa llin Imr nrn kh nninln ns In fell
- - , -- v
der the Inforiiia'lun obtained fiom tbo
tldo Indicator of little practical ss
Mauna Loa Decks a Barnyard. '
1 ho foiwnrd deck of tho inter-Island
s'panier Mauna I.oi resembled a barn
aul this morning as that vessel camo
alongside tbo whnrf at the conclusion
hales bides, 33 cises hone, CI 'sacks
laro, nun s.icks couco, tii,;n sacss sug'
Wlrc'ess on Blue Funnel Steamers.
Alfred Holt U Co. owners of tbo
ulna Funnel liners, operating between
Liverpool and Pugct Sound, bine Is
sued oulers for nil of the steamers In
the licet to bo equipped with wireless
iippiiutus ns speedily as possible
Ihe Marconi r.vstom Is to bo Installed,
nnd tbo work will lit ilouo In tbo En
inpcan homo port of the vessels, Ono
of tbo first stennieiH nf Ibn Hnel to tin
lo'lirn. Titan. Antllochus. Toucer and
Japanese Cruisers Sail Nov. Itrth.
I Coaling cud tho cleaning ot tho two
Jaianei,o ct niseis Asnmi nnil Knsagl
will reunite niciio lime than nt first
contempt it'd nn dlnstead of taking
tliclr uepaituro on next Tuesd ty tho
ossels will not leave port for San
Rcdhlll Sighted Wreckaoe.
Ibo sleanislilp Itoil)illlt which nrrlv-
,'! Seattle on Septciulr 30 from
the Ode,,', Hrghted wreckage, lumber.
mi(, ,a o )h ,n,J01l. ..... .
""" "" "'I10 H'nto, vnnrouver Isl
and. on tbo 2itli. Tbo lumber Is sup-
l'080'1 l0 '""0 I'"" from tbo deck
load tif sonio vessel,
Pacific Mall Says It Isn't So.
It was leporled nt Ottawa on Sop-
tpmhor 30 that tho Rojal Mnll Steam
---,- ,-....,,.. H-VI,
,lu -,"1" nieamsnip company's fleet
'"'I nnu given tho l.Ttcr coiuiiativ
i olleck fr W30,123 Tills report Is
cinphntlcall) denied by tho Pacific
New Vessels In Commltslon.
largest btvam vpasel Included In theso
figures Is the Cj clops (Navy collier),
in iii.iiii gioss tons, omit nl I'nlla
dolphin, Pa, by Win Crump & Sons.
Accommodations Don't Go Deeding
no great was tho rush of homownrd
1 in mill AtnnilAiim llml f....u .... .t
lolauln's piisseng is from Fusion Stn
Hon, Loudon, to Liverpool recently.
Nippon Maru Cue Tomorrow,
Six hundred tons or Oilentul freight
atn duo to aiilvo nt tho ioi( Jato Iblj)
ntternooii or early tomorrow morning
li lb,. .Inpiiiicfo liner Nlpwm Jilsru.
'Ibu km'I Is enroiitu from llongkonit
via Jiiianenc ports with ilestluatloii nt
Urlngt Flrtt Shipment Java Sugar.
The llrltlsh Htpamidilp (lleinlik'l,
first of this suiiiMin' Java sugar Meet
nriht'd nt Dolawmu llreakwater re
ccntly from Hotirnhaja, Hi.pn tithcf
phhMs with largo largnpt nf Jnvn
sugar nro nnw on tbo way lo Uohv
w'ain Cities for outers
QUITS EMPLOY OF THE CITY,
L, K. Aen, who has been holding
down tho position as iilerk to ,1116'
rfandlng (ouunlttces on tho lloari1 ot
SupcnlsorB, has temlcrod his reslg,
nation, the same having been accept
Mr. Aea was extended a vote .of
tiianks by .the board In appreciation
of bis faithful services.
PLUMBERS WERE .ACTIVE.
During, the ,mnpth of October. tho
vnrloiiB plumbers, of tbo city wero
nellvp. According to a report .filed
by tbo city nnd county plumbing In-
. .... -.. ..i.... .., m...i r ,.m.I
Eiut:iMI, lit ii.iiio nviu iiivu, , ,.v.-. . - -- ,--.
mils lEsued. 9 Jobs passed. 12C l-n". Normand. Mrs. J. K. ParsMis, 1st
rpcctlons made, while the otTTIala
parsed upon 19 sewer connections
mid tho Installation of 214 (Ixtiires)
li Tno oinco ro'elved In fees the Bunt
'of 112 for tbo month. '
TOES 720 FEET IN AIR
George Nealy Thrills Broadway
Ciowd by Feat on Flagpole
of Singer Building.
NEW YORK, Oct. 13.. .(leorgo
Neal, tbo king of steeplejacks, did
n fc w stunts on the top of tho flag
pole of tho Singer building yester
day morning that dc;lghted ,tho men
nnd gave cold chills to tho women
of the llroadwny crowd. Nealy went
up to scrnpo tbo polo and reglld tho
An carlal ladder or platform ter
minating in n trnpezo bar that Nealy
.Uffn.l .if tltn ln t I I, A tt.tln flllnW'
ed blin to ncrform the thriller of
hanging by his toes nt, n height of
720 feet from tho ground. The wind
dp there wns blowing too strong to
permit iff the orcllnary stunt of
standing on bis bend on the ball at
the top" of the pole, sq he contented
himself with climbing down Ihe pole
bead first and occasionally allowing
his feet to drop over until he held
bis body nt right angles with tho
Nealy was formerly a sailor then
became a rigger nnd a steeplejack.
Tho 3200 lights about tho dome of
tho Singer building he caics for and
cleans and replaces when br.okep,
For this work n life belt has been
provided by tho chief engineer of
tint building. J. C Buxton, anu
wbllo Nonly alwa)8 takes It with
him be Invariably drscards It when
ho reaches tho deme mid begins his
hiiznrdous work. Last winter .Ncaly
climbed nil over tho dome while It
wns a Bhect of Ico, and oven Mr.
Iluxton, Inured to his performances,
declined to look on.
CHIEF FACES THE .
CHARGES. OF CLERK
WASHINGTON, Oct. 24.WI11I8 L
Moore, chief of the United States
weather but can, Is again under lira.
Tho charges nro made by James Dor-
y, n division elder of tho bureau for
suventeen years. Ono of tho counts
that Mr. Berry makeB against Mr.
Moore Is that he has pursued nnd Is
now pursuing n policy of withholding
forecasts of thu weather bureau for1
thu deliberate purpose of creating
complaints, then blaming Congress
fur not grunting additional upproprlu
tions. Mr Berry says that the iblef
has reduced tho numbor o' pirn es ro
celvlng tbo forecasts und special
warnings of tho burcnu by 100, muk
Ing Ibo total the smallest since tho
tear t'JOj-G, notwithstanding there bns
boon no diminution In tho amount of
mouoy appropriated for this Import'
nnt work. Mr. Borry threatens to
bring all of tbo facts In bis possession
to the attention of Congress and to de
mand nn Investigation. Ilo asserts
that no committee of Congress enn
afford to overlook tho Infoiinutlon
which hu will lay beforo It concerning
n'tho muiiiiKement of the bureau Her
IMM.it v .. ... ... .-,..,....-..-.-..--
ussorts that Mr. Mooro holds tyrun-
nlcul sway over the bureau nnd inn
nlpulutea tbo government business to
suit his own wlilms father than tho
needs ol tho public,
HEAD SUPREME COURT
WASHINGTON, Oct. 24 Tbq name
ol Supremo 'Court Justice 'White Is
suggested aii n possible nominee fur
chief Justice, to succeed the late Chief
Jttsllca Fuller. It Is known that tho
Piosldeut Is considering Justice White
for tho place, nlong with tho names or
'nllmrs liieluillnc Iiisllcn IIiil'I.im nnd
'-" J VJ P .d.nt
... ,..,., ,
bus not made up his mind It Is
known, however, that be is taking
perkoual prldu In his Judicial selec
tions and that bo is anxious li select
men for tho Supremo Court to keep
tho court freo or criticism and
strengthen nt all points public con
fidence In the tribunal,
Frldsv; Nov.M. I
Kon i nnd Kan Si(ljj Manna I) a
vt tin ., a m ' .'
0ay, Nov. 3
LVIlbolinlnn, MX N H,
1 1 1 to dlrpcl Wllbelu
H., r, p, m,
, Kauai iiorts W. O. Ilnll, sjmr,, B
1. m. J
Hawaii ports I.lkollkp, stmrt i nt
Oahu (cruise) lfxrlloror. U. 9. C O
S. 8., p in. I
4 L . L'.'-T- -h
,Icr U. S. A. T. Iigan. from Manila
via Nngasnkl For Honolulu: Threj
Rbcplpy children. For San Frajiclsco
Ilr, Florpntlno Aoiplli John Efllauer,
Hosier C. Bayly, Capt. It, C. Berkeley.
II, A Honlner,,ln I.t, M. B Bpwdlsh,
Miss Huth Brooks, Captain Israel P
Costello. 2nd I.t. Henry J Cables,
Mrs. James W. Clinton, .1. B. Cooley,
KarRo m. crown, p. J, Fltzsllnmons,
John Fudner, Miss Q, B, Qllstj-ap, N.
K. norton. Miss Uiulsa, II. nidberlet,
Jack, Hamilton 1st,; Ct? E. A
Uig.Iohii W. Hcnslfty,Mary A
feltcr, John K. Lbsket.' MrB. II
Kennev. Mrs Wllltnm T. Noll
I.t Hiram A. Philips. Mrs. dins. L.
Pitney. .Major John B., Porter, fist I.t.
F E. Sldman I.t.'Cnrntlr.'Mtf H. Sign
nr. Thomas II. SmltK'ArU
, ." I ' . T .1 - t .
Philip 0 Sterne Henry
William r iirown,vs,;i. Ej
A. I Florence. Oscar. OuH
Henry P. Johrrson.ttijt Hen
man, Mrs. Samuel J. Mclnh
llnm McWorth, Mrs. flcorg'KV Noble,
Oeorgo T. Norton, Mrs. Mtfrtp Peck,
Frank Pternont. E. ill.i
Sovyles, Frederick O, iSlolt, tSs, Hen
---. -..,... ., -,.
ry O, Tracy. W E..,Van 8l:ip Harry
P, Johnson. Henry KunziaiUilra. H
T. Bull. Mlss.Jano A. LelWp', Miss
Adole I. I lay no, Ml'ss MaudCb. Kee,
1st. I.t. John Jf Kbigtaah.-M'Ji
,Per sjmr. Maltna"l'.oa, frorn Kona
and -Kan portBy"NbvT"4 MrKOrnel
lasc. Bolte, O. A. Berndt, T. F. Sedg
wick V.. CDavles,,Mrs. Hamano, M.
Apa, S, B Kanbaalna, E. P. iChanln,
Miss L.'Thoiripon) X Ilamos, JLI. Acta
via. ' s 1
rcr stmr..wiiiiolmlna,forHlo Mr.
and Mrs. n. W. parnard, J.l S. Mc
Oowan, O1. O.'Bradford, D. P Flymi.
Mrs: n. T. nitard, Jno. Kato, Theo.
DnnlPlson, Miss O. Wllfong, Mrs. N.
C(vWirong, Mr. nnd Mrs. Jnp. floss,
II. Cnitcr, J. Brady, Mr. and .Mrs. K.
I) Hulbort, Mrs. H. Collins O. II.
Illchardson, Mr. and Mrs. 11.1,3. Bal
con, H. M, TJalcon, W. B.' Slttckman.
Mranil;Mra. It. O. Iteldy. J. S. Young,
K. J, Lord, K. IJinger. F. S. Holding.
Mrs-l'o.ldlng. T. T. Werner, Irs. M.
A. Dills. Mrs. I.. Painter J. W. Dam
forth, Mrs. Bam'fo'rtb. C. Hr'WIlson.
Mrs. Wilson, Dr. and Mrs. M. B. I.en
non. Mr. and Mrs, O. F. Bush, Mrs.
T. P. Mclln, Wt A? Mullcr. ,.
IVr stmr. W. 0. Hall, ror Kanal
ports, Nov. 3. Mrs. C. A. Nolson, A.
S Wilcox, ilrs. Wilcox, Miss Quinii.
II, P. Quarles, Mrs. II. Jorth, II. P.
Robinson, F. O. Boycr, H. Mollor, Mrs
Per stmr. Claudlne, for Hawaii nnd
Mnul iiorti, Nov. 4. Mrs. II. A. Bald
win, J. II run by, A. C.i Bengstow, II.
Cnxton, J. Brady, Jlr. nnd Mrs. Iloss.
M, Kingsbury, Mrs. C. Mallna, A.
Haneberg, J, D. Dole, J. II. Hunt, II.
II. Penhallow, Mrs., Pcnhnllow, C. M.
Itoberts, Mrs. Hoberts, Jmlgo Kings
bury, Miss McLcod.
Per Btmr. Klnatt, for Kauai ports,
Nov. S. Mrs. Jaeger, O. W, C. Deor
Ing, Mrs Decrlng.
Per stmr Mauna I.oa, for Kona and
Knu porls. Nov. 8. A. Orundhamo.
Jus. Ako, I,, Chong, Cl Wj Ashford.
Per stmr. Mauna Kca, for Hllo and
way ports, No.v, 8. Mrs. II. A. Bald
win, D. 0. May, II. W. Kimball, H. M.
Campbell, Sits. Campbell, J. O, Young.
Per Btmr. Mlknhala, for Maul and
Mnlokat ports, Nov. 8, A, iV'judd.
Per Matson Navigation steamer,
Wllbolinlnu, for San. Francisco, Nov, J.
Mr, nnd Mrs It. O. Leldig, Mrs. Oeo.
Ashley und two children', J.' Hunt, Mr.
und Mrs. F, B. BrowntM.d. child, Mr.
und Mrs. O. W. Chevls, It. U Low.nati,
Dr. II. Hordorn, N. W. Potwlne, J. B.
Fuget, L Andrews, Oey, F, Wbllmore,
Sir, and Mrs. J, II. Jones, Mrs. W. IK
Perry, Mrs. C.Y. Hall, Miss I. E Pot
wlno, Mrs. C-jTorbert, Mr, and Mm.
A C. Kllpplnger, Jas. McCabe, Mr. and
Mrs. John T, Jones, Mrs. C. E. Swlg
wlclc and daughter, Mrs. R M, Wlsner,
Mrs. S. M, Bubo, Mr. and Mrs. Chas.
IX Hoynl and chlldMrs. ,S ,13,, Harris.
Mr. und Mrs.ll. WIawU K. Arn-
U1U, 1.11HH 17. VJUSIIU, AllSB at uasiitf,
Mrs. 0. P. Castle, Wm. Ikla, K. J.
Ixird, Dr. and Mrs. M. 11. Iennon, It.
S. Johnston, Mr. and Mrs H, P. Bald
win, Max Straus and nurso, A. O. San
derson. , ' ' A
SIERRA REEORJST r '
Tbo following wlrfjc", mecsage
lias been received by 'Mm ligenta rrom
tho S. S. Sierra, boundfor San Fran
cisco; 8. S. Sierra, nt Sea, 8 p. m., No
vember 3, 1910. 492 miles from Ho
iioltilu; fresh easterly winds, neu
moderate; darkt cloudy weathor; ba
rometer 30:20, tatr 73, ,
,'4 !. 1
Our Idea of n strong-minded man Is
ono who doesn't try to make, ru ox
cuso after making a mistake.
The average, man Isn't swift enough
to exceed the speed' limit. 1
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