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REPUBLICANS SEE SUCCESS NEXT WEE
Went Armed In
Young Man Who Broke - Up
McQuaid's Home Foresaw
"I expected trouble from McQuald. He hat threatened me for tome time
past," It what Volney C. Driver, one of the principal! In yesterday's gun
fl(jht at Fort and Hotel streets, told Chief of Detectives McDuffle yesterday
McDuffle Interrogated Driver at Queen's Hospital, where both participants
In the duel over Mrs. McQuald are lying wounded. Driver would make no
statement of the trouble, beyond saying that he expected It. McQuald Is
still too weak to speak, and his condition Is very grave.
Woman Telephoned to Driver.
81 nee. Hie shooting yesterday many
stories of Impending trouble between
the two have como to light. It la
known that AfrR. McQuald often tele
phoned to Driver nml that tho latter
would follow the telephone messages
with personal cnls. Bho In Bald to
'have broken with her husband months
ago, though sometimes far n whllo
their relations were apparently
patched up. . .,
rT(re7e11"afso ""report that hardly
f.half an hour before tho shooting 'yes-
; Ullltl HUB. HlUlltllU Wtttl Itffll 111 HO
ousiness section or the city in com
pany with l)i Ivor. The woman her
self persists In her refusal to illseiiRS
tho matter or een to explain her own
connection li nny way. She has
Hlaycd closo to the homo of hor step
father, J. Ilalg Mackenzie, on South
King street, with tho exception of the
visit sho niado to tho hospital this
Mcljnald IIiir Horn llroodlng.
Or. Victor 8. Clark, who was head
or tho census bureau for the Island
until tlio completion of thn work n
few months ago, said yesterday that
he hurt noticed that McQuald had beon
brooding n good deal recently. Mc
()udld wiih the stiiiervlsor of the con-
ON BIG ISLAND
KUHIO BACK FROM
TOLD VOTERS STRANGE LIES
"Why did you, mortgago Hawaii
nel, oui land, to the United StntesT'
"Did you not know then that you
were doing It against the "wish nnd
Interests of the Hawaiian people?"
These, two heated and unexpected
(liiestinus woio llred nt Delegate ,Ku
hln recently, when he begun to ad
dress tho Hawaiian peoplo nt Knl
nnlfii, ICoua, Hawaii. Ho was ra
ther biirprlsod to hear tho llawai
(aim ask him surli peculiar (pteatlons,
but, having been confronted with
them, ho nnswered them ns best ho
knew how and right to the point.
Ho realized then that there was
some misunderstanding In his ques
tioner's mind and nuked hint who
told him that Hawaii had been
Thomas Dunn, n popular pay clerk
connected with tho Unltod Rtnlos nnv
nl station, now lies nt Queen's hos
pital suffeilng with n badly broken
In company with a party of nrmy
nlllcers, Mr. Dunn was proceeding up
Nntinnu tucnim seated in the Hay
wnrd automobile when It rounded
what Is known ns the "horse-shoo
curve" ami sklildrd, sending thn ma
chine, and lln occupants into tho ditch.
Dunn and Harry Murray, n candi
PAY CLERK DUNN
bus on the Islam) of Hawaii. Dr.
Clark regarded him an nu elllclent
man, but stnted that he hml taken to
drinking nnd seemed to, bo In n dang
erous frame of mind for some un
Drlter Is Will died.
It Is reported that Driver's friends
aro trying to got.tilin clear of tho nf
fnlrTiy Hlilpplng htm out of tho Tor
rltoiy. Thero was a rumor that they
mlftlit-tiy-to get'hliri'Sbonril the trio
port today, but' Driver Is watched by
a pollco otllcor at tho hospital and
there Is llttlo chance that he will not
hnvo lo nnsner for tho nttempt to kill
That V. C. Driver, ono or the vic
tims In yesterday's sh'c.oUiig UfTalr,
fe.ifed trolthlo when he met Mc.
Qmld fnco to rare, was made ovl
ilent when Intimate friends of his
telj of how Driver nlwnys carried a
revolver In a holster heneath his
Driver, from nil a counts, knew
that tho husband would certainly
lomo tlmo or another demand that
tho attentions to his wlfo cease and
enforce thn demand. Tho joungcr
man had beon warned to desist, but
(Continued on Pace 4)
"Kanlhn and the Democratic
workers who Bpoko here," wan tho
The' Delegate mulled nnd answer
ed the finest Ion by telling tho story
of how Hawiill boramo a part of
the United States.
"Don't yon know that Hawaii not
was annexed to the United States
and that since then It became onrv
of tho Territories of that country?"
iiBKcd tho I'rlnco.
"Suro, I know Hint; but Kanlhn
and the Democrats who como hero
told ii f) that you mortgaged theso
Islands to the United States," shout
ed the Hawaiian Interrogator,'
"Did you bellco them?" con
tinued the Dolcgate.
'Continued on Pace 3)
date for suiiorvlsor on the Hcpubllcan
ticket, who wan also n member of tho
party, weio tin own out nnd both suf
fered bodily injury,
Mr. Dunn's right leg Is broken Just
above tho nnklo while Candidate Mur
ray Is going about with n badly
bruised and fractured nose.
Tho Injured parties wero soon con
veyed to Honolulu, whero they re
ceived medical attention. Mr. Dunn is
under the cure of Ills physician, who
hopes to hnvo him nbout again with
in a few days or a week. Tho Injured
member now reposes In n plaster cast.
LOST IN WRECK
THtjnKIIVrc, Canary Is., Nov. B.
The hteamor Kurdistan was wreck
ed near hero today urn! forty-one
ALWAYS "READY FOR TROUBLE'
WIFE MURDERER TO DIE
-n ?. n i-
DR. CRIPPEN MUST HANG
yssssssVVisssssB' tV )
ssssB jftflsMS 3Bb..H..K . &1
?i al" ??iIbsW )R!i , .(. 4-.- lifc avL8US. I
And He'll Swing j
(Abh.k'IhImI l'n m L'nlile.)
LONDON. Entr.. Nov B The An.
pellate Court today confirmed the
sentence imposed two weeks ago on
Dr. Hawley Crippea. the American
dentist who murdered his wife. Relle
Elmore, the ac'.rcjs, Ciippcn is sen-
icuicu id uiiig ucxi xucsany, ills
trial was short and conclusive.
YALE ELEVEN IS
(Special II II 1 1 ot I n Cubb.)
HEW YORK, Nov. 5. One of the
biggest upsets of Eastern college
football in years came today, when
Brown University swept the big
Yale team on its feet and won by
the decisive score of 21 to 0. Play
ing "new" football grandly, the lit
tle Brown team made monkeys out
of the proud sons of Eli. and the
Yale team was tfven the soundest
drubbing it has received for a long
Other scores today were: Harvard
27, Cornell 5: Navv 30, lehigh
Oi Army &, Springfield' Training
PHILIPPINE POSTS -SUFFER
(Hpeelnl llu I let In Ciil.lcl
WASIIINtlTON. I). C, Nov. -r.
Heporta re elved hero nre to the ef
(ot that the army posts In tho
I'hllipplnes wero badly il.imiiged In
tho icceiit typhoons.
(AmuH'lulnl I'm Cable.)
SAN KHANCISCO. Nov. n llotti
the Itepuhllcan and Democratic load.'11!'01'' to Vineyard, lo Nuiianii, and
eis In California nro piedlctli!g'"l,ne l the royal mausoleum
vlclorlen mt tlie polls njut week, grounds. The conveyances nf those
llettlng Is even that Hiram John- In the oindal progrum will assemblo
son, Republican candidate, will hi Ht Km""' S'lare and will bo us
a plurality or 20,000 over Hell, tho slgnod to their places by un nlncer.
Demo'rntlc nomlneo. I The executive committee of the
jltepubll an 'ferrlloif.il central com-
IN ILLINOIS 'imlttco yeslorday nftemoou passed
CHICAflO, Nov. C 'The Demo-."1" following resolution:
crntlc CongresslonnS committee "Wheitw, lr. tho death of ex"
claims a majo.lty of r,l In tho next oemor A. 8, Cleglicrn, the Tcrrl-
House, while the. IteimUllenn com-
mltteo declares It wll) l retain n
IN NEW YORK.
NKW YOUK. Nov. B. The Dsnio
cratB claim the election of John A,
Dlx for governor by 100,000 ma
Jorlty. Tho Hepuhllcans claim the
same for Henry U. Stlmson. The
Democrats say they will get fourteen'
Congressmen-Ill tho State, while the
Republicans nro equally confident
PRISONERS IN LISBON
(Po.rl.ll rtilllettn Cahl".)
I.ISIION, I'ortugal. Nov. .1.- Tho
new republic wns ono month old to
day, nnd In celebration of this the
republican government promulgated
a decree of nimierty fr nil polit
ical olfenilois, whllo the sentences
of other prlsoiiors woio reduced min
H5j BULLET IN ADS PAY
Public Will Pay Last .Respects
To Beloved Citizen of
Willi the tolemn pomp of mill
tiny oiihervau e and the highlit lion
uis llial ihe 'lvultory of Hawaii can
bcilow at the passing of one of Its
luiciid clt.zcus, the funeral ser
vi es for Hi" late A. H. Clcghorii,
Ifoimer Uuvenioi', will be held tonior-
low. 'the Tvrrllor), the tit) and
county, army and navy and distin
guished visitors will participate of
llclally in the exercises, and hiin
dreds and hundreds of friends and
citizens of the former Governor will
be either in Uis funeral procession
or at the ioy.il mausoleum, where
the ("mains will be laid to rest.
Today liouij :i to 5 o'clock the
body is lying In ttato at Aluahnu,
the ex-tioveinor's beautiful homo.
The tuneral xciclscs will he hold
tomorrow; fiom St. Andrew's cathC'
Ural, with the ltcv. Cation Atilt of
ficiating, and wl(l be followed by, tho
solemn precession to'the comctery. '
The order of the( processloii was
nriioun ed today by Secretary Molt
S.nltli. einpliaklzrng the military foa
tine, 'the iiiad of mounted pollco
wl I lend the pi crclon to keep the
tirets clear. The Hawaiian band
( ud companies of militia will fol
ow, .lion eUht uniformed foot po-
lice, men rue fix KraiiiiHons or mv
dereiseit, Itev. Canon .Ault, 111 it
carriage, will Immediately procoje
I Hie heaiii". The pall bearers Hon.
IS H Dde Col r V lailkea. Itenr-
Admiral C. I'. Hers. U. S, N.i Hon.
ifV Ii llio'vi Chief Justlre Hartwell,
IT. c; . levies, lln... W O. Smith
and K. I. Spalding -will n impany'
'the relinlns. nnd will lie followed hv
'carriages eenialnlng Jthe mourners.
rheii wll. follo-v (inveinor l'renr
ami teere'ar Mot:-S'iilth, tho Oov
ornor's stuff, Prime Kulilo, Delegate
n Congrers; the Culled Stuti-s ills-
itrlct Judges, the Supremo Court Jus-
II es, the Speaker of the last House,
Uear-Ai'.mlial Ynahlio of the Japan
ese training mpi.iiIioii now In pott
ue ompauled by his stafl; inembers
of the Inll roiuular corps, tho
mayor, the iherllf, master ot the
Hawaiian .M.iwinlc lodge, ollhers of
the J'ccllle Club, and tho general
Tho line of ui.irrh will be from
St. Andiew's tathedrnl along Hinmn
,or.v 0I l"'w " """ "" "'
ln whose Intererls were our In-
terrrts and whose public spirit could
,not bo ntip',tl",'l any moio than Ills
sincere convictions could be swnyed
by prejudice or passion; nnd
"Whereas. His death Is a matter
of universal regiet to every cltlzon
rf tho Territory of whatever pollt-
leal creel j be It
"Resolved, by the Kxecutlvo Com
mlttee ot. the Territorial Centrnl
Coinmltteo of the Ilepubllinn rarty
.of Hawaii, That we deeply dep'oro,
mittee ot. the Territorial Central
the loss to the community of a man
whoso citizenship was ns broad ami
whoso personal character was an lov
nMr "8 ""., ,0"r, lUO rr "" '
ico.worker for Hawaii.
'aligned) A 1.. C ATKINSON
"Chairman. Territorial Central Com
mltteo. Itepuhllenli I'nity nf lln.
"(5g(M Al'ritKD D, COOI'EIl,
"Sec-etury, Territorial Centrnl Com
mittee, Itepuhllcan Tnrty of Ha
waii." The average man Isn't swift enough
to exceed the speed limit.
Campaign Draws Toward Close
With Party Leaders
A dash out of town for meet
ings In many pieclu.'ts mid a dash
haolt to town tonight fur n big rally
In ihe grounds of tho (J.ipltul will
end tho hardest week cf the cam
paign for busy Republican workcis.
Two days before election, tho Ile
piihllc.ius ale lonl.ileiit of a sweep,
lug victory, but not otcr coulldcnt.
I'rorpe -U of a resn.irkuble success
lme only spin ted them on to gieat
er I'lTorif. and today nn.l Monday
will he tho e'.lmax at the hardest
campaign In many ears.
The picgiam for today Is n varied
one. Nearly all of the Island will
bo covered by one pr uimthet of tjirj
cinilldutes and workerv. At 1
n'ulo k (oday theie was a big luaii
at pearl CJt-. and ncnrl) nil the
candidates on the county np-i leg(i
Istlve tickets wete present. Auto
after Bitto let the city today, carry'
lug tlie politicians out In the scene
of tho limn.
Kiom Petul City tho wc-kcrs wjll
Kpre.nl o'lt end many will visit n,
number of n crlnctn hefoie icturn-
, , ,Ion(ulllp 0l)lPrs w, ,,.
I'rlnce Kulilo, with Territorial
Cliilrninn Atklnmn. after thn lunu
will go to Alea. nnd from there to
Wnlnlui Thev erpi t in return to
iilghl, "d the Delegate will speak
nt the big meeting to he hold In
'o! prrtind In cane the
i to bad that they do not
ictiiin tonight, they will tnko In
That thn. Oriental population of
Hawaii douh'es oery1 thirty jears Is
the faitlnought nut from Joint flg
urcs madi public by (lovcrnor Trear
and thn" Hoard of Imiiilgintlon, The
Oovernor Into yesterday nftemoou
iccelved a cable trom Washington
from the director or the census giv
ing the olllrlal figures of the Ha
waiian census extending over n pe
riod of nine, years and nine months
closing .lit tin ,10 liit.
This was followed todny by an
iiouncoment of figures on arrivals
and departures nf Immigrants, innde
publlJ by the lniard of Immigra
tion, Taken In conjunction with
tho census report, It shows that the
natural lucreni.o of the Oriental pop
ulation Is something to think nbout.
The natural Increase Is arrived nt
by siibtradlng the number of ar
rivals from the total number given
in the census reports.
The Jiipnnefo show nn cxcofsj of
arrivals over departures of 223ti.
Subtracting this from the total In
ereafo shown by 'the census reports,
nnd the natural Increase, in the ten-
year period Is found to be 10,313,
T,l( rhnfo -)lmv decrease lulcent.. In Ihe pnrt t6p oars.r Tudy
,.,, of 40n, Na.,irnj Ilcrpa8o figures are as follows: l ') S
...... I i V.
IMU'I'I.ATIOX. ' !S
IVrCI. lVrCt: tl
Itii.e, llliill. 11)10. Inrr'nc. Derr' e, Incr'se. Ilecr'se.'
llaiall.iiis 'J0.7S7 fflWHII) . 3.BV '-'Si'l
I'nrMiaHiiiiiiii ;rsm i.,is:. i,a; .... muw ...".1jv
riirln?ucf 1WI.5 2i-0l "."9 -v 7j
SpaiiMi U1II2 1.0M .... v .,,.1,'')
1'erlo Itlrnns ,S2S USSS .... .e .... '"j
Oilier rjitiriiMliiim ... 1V77 1J.IWI 4,107 .... St.t ..r.',i
(liliiene 25,72 2l,r,!N MO I 15.77 fl
Jnimuese (11,11.1 79,fifi.'l . ISwIS ,.r'. StUS ,.i, ,ffi
All ulliers i'37 8,10(1 .' .... HMO ,,,
Tiital HI.0OI UI,1IIKI 43..000 7,7.V-' 2.5 6-H?d
Xet Inrreuse 37,IXW .... 21.62 ...,W
Kaliiiku trtmorrow, returning toniorl
The meeting tnnlckt on the
grounds nt the Capitol will ilra'wl
tho fourth and Klfth District work
ers and party members together' In
Olll) Of till! hltrgpst rnlllou nf Him uliT
ll... ...! ' I ,l -. ..1
,,iv vtiiui,iibii, i-.vi-rjr vuiuuuaie oiij
the Republican ticket Is expected t7
be present and tho addresses will. bo
ihort and suaiim.
This morning Chnlrmnn Atklnsoiil
received the most encouraging news
of thn (amp.ilRii.ifmm the iHlaml, otj
Hawaii, which 'McCundless hns'heeTi
claiming by -n big mnjority through!
rlilt the political light. Thn repoit
'.! ) ii'il oh ru reful estimates of everyj
piiclnct on the island, and votes
that wcie doubtful, have been' rnn
reded to McQandlcss. , ;
"With evcrv"iirerln- lipnril frnnl.
Kulilo lends liy a goml nisjorltyj lituli
ill fart. Is exposed to rim ahead of
hlsf ticket Jiy n hundred votes. 'Hli
campaign on the tirg island, which
wns cln8e.il yesterday,' has had re-g
iiiiirMiuie ri'Miitn, anil me uawai-j
lans, who had been fed with falso
and rldleiilouK stories by McOnnd
lesn nnd Kniilho, havn been com-j
pletely convinced that Kuhin's elec-1
Hon Is In their hands nnd will bo
to their Interest. In fact. It Is wplll
known on the Dig Island that Mr-4
Cuiidless Is liwlng ground every day,
nnd his workers have been trying
derperatcly to Keep tho Hawaiian's
EVERY - 30 YEARS3
Is S2T4, Korean ami Dllplno ng-
urcs hao not yet. been made out.f
Another Interesting set of figures
woikcd out by the Immigration
hoard is tho Increase In the I'oitiiU
guesn and Spanish population. Tho j
)iopfrtcK Spaiihrh Immigration fur
ten jenrs Is 22 IB. Ah 10C2 nre.rev
iHini'ii iij- i no census, n iiecre.isol
reported, , .
During tho name period the Tor
tuguere Immigration is Placed at
,23011. Tho natural In.rense nt I'or
;. .,..,.. .,. .... . -?.!
uigitrBu iiiiriu iui?perioti una ex
ceeded tlio departuroci by 1313. 7"V,
i ne oir.ri.ii ugures or mo census
In Hawaii show that In the past'
ten years the population pr the Ter
rllniy his Incrcnsed 37,90s, tho
total population now being 191,901)
persons of all nationalities. fi
Hawaiian:! nnd Chinese nre th
only one j which show n decrfl3Vf?i
iiniiiuers iiuriiig iiir past, necniio, ino
f.......Av ld.,i,..l .. . 1I!I)D .. ii1!!, n
ll'IMIVt UVl lllinill), -ITIOO, i,- )riK
...... ...,, .....I 11. a l.ll... (A., -..m
I v-i ii-iii., mill tiiu iuiii'1 luvi, MJv,
1.1.77 per cent, , X
rri. !.... , I. .'... 1. .I.a iJlli
itiu iiifi'i, iiiiiiiisii fa Biiiinii. in
the part-llnwallaiis, whose numbers
nuvo iiicivuBvii iuiii, ut (tu, us pur.
lives wore lost.
tI h il-ifil mi. liiMlVMaXUililiii'tni'i
,,'hl - . .