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I'rom Ban Franclioo:
1'or San Francisco:
Mak lira November
ESTABLISHED 1882. HO. 4772.
BREAKS SILENCE WITH
Says McQuaid Cannot Prove Charges of Break
ing Up Home That Led To Duel
Case May Be Dropped
Father Is World
For His Son's
Voluey C. Driver, wlioso rcl itlons
with Mrs. W. M. MiQunld, It Is al
leged, broke up (lie McQmld homo
and ilrovo tlio husband Into a dc
perato Rim light with Oliver In tho
heart of tbu city laist Friday, this
morning broke. Ills silence mi tlio
subject nt tiio'bhovtinB ami m.uio ul
siaicnicni mi mo uniiuiiii
which lip asserts his. innocencp pt
the ugly chniRus n pa I list Mm.
McQuaid itliit Driver nro 'still nt
the queen's Hospital, where, they
weio liolli' tnkbn after the iluer that
rrsultciliitfllig wouuitrjiR n ei'fi.I
They lite' guarded by" pollco "olltccrs,
pending their ileiith or recovery. At
picrcnlj Is looks lll,i mcoory for
botli. Dtlvor, In fii't. Is nearly nblo
to leave the hospital, nnd In two or
thlcn dns will bo dbchaiRcd from
the physlt'lau'H rate. What will bo
irono with him then Is a matter that 1.1' led I)rier, It will not, kids
l.i to lie icUlcd today or tomouow. Oliver, Keep lilm from Ills freedom.
McQuaid Still Wcik. I Driver's statement niailo this
MtQilald, stilt weak mini his ro-' mtiriiliiR to tlio II ill let In Is a
llona woiimls, hi under tlio constant direct denial of two chaws that lo
cale of phy.slil.ilis ami nurbCB. olvo Mrs. MiQuald. Ho dcelaies
Though hn Is able to tccclvo lslt that the story of her Improper rcln
orn, lie ban 10 far preferred not to thins with a man on the Island of
dlscurs Hie Minuting, ills i center) Hawaii was untrue, and further that
has been much blower than Driver's, his own lel.itlnns with Mrs, McQuaid
no Ills wounds were much Vnoro bo- havo nut beou biicIi us to warrant
rlous. " Jlifjualil In icoMiir his llfo.
Develojimeiitb today muko It plain Heated' In a wheel- lialr on the
that Hie .a n, ro far as tlio law Is veianda of the Queen's Hospital this
. nni'i-'iicil, Is likely tii.be dumped, mm nliii:, Drher talked over the mnl
and lh.it Driver himself will prub- ler. Ho w.m paitieul.irly anxious
rlily le'tvn thu Tnriltyry. Driver's that Mis. McQuaid Blioiild bo clear
fnthoi le In Honolulu worhliiiz for ml of i.iisplelon. Ilo declaicd hlm-
hlc ton's Intercuts, and prebburo has
been brought to bear on tlio KheiHT
mill Chief of DetectlveJ McDulllo lo
diop tlio rasn and allow the youiii;
mini his freedom. It Is iinderbtcod
film that Mrtjiwiid wishes to diop
tlio cane, and Driver's fatlicr today
Is ondcuvoiliiR lo rcctiio a pimnlso
that his M'li will bo allowed lo i;o
his wav. Tlio outiR man will leave
tho Torillory If ho Is al'nwed to,
and iljo ' whole matter will bo
CARE OF PEOPLE
OF TREES IS EMPHASIZED
Aibor P.iyMn Iho .Territory Is lie:
coining inoio and mom duvotiil lo thu
euro of people lis'wollius of tiecs.
Conn'i'Mithm of rosoiuces nnd of
health was preached In nil hchools
thl.i inoinlng uy pinmlnent people,
well versed on tho subject.
Tho students of Ihu Normal School,
the College ol Hawaii. O.iliu Collego
and all Ihu public schools. Including
Cnlulaiil, KaulilH'ola, Kaahiiuiaiiu and
oth'r Institutions had exercises this
morning, In couimumoiatloii of
I'lom Hie governnient ntirbcry, Iheiu
were sent nut to Iho pehools, home-1
sloads. plniitallnus nnd other plneesl
appioxliuulely 10,1100 'pIniilii4lvtKaiffcr.
"I want to deny, and deny
McQuaid was mixed up with anybody up on Hawaii.
McQuaid thoOtjht she was, and threatened to kill the
man. I know positively that Mrs. McQuaid was inno
cent. "As to my own case, there js no case against me.
They can't prove thai I broke up McQuaid's home, be
cause there is nothinn of the sort to prove. Detectives
fuatfsnowrthafcl'was innocent? Statement made this
morning by'Vblncy C. Driver.
"? T" ""rj "
FricnMs AtR CoilfiJcnt.
AjiJ u' iimtfer ot fart,
friends anil Driver hlniLcIf aBseit
eonllileiilly that thcio Is no ruse,
iiRnlnst him. Ilo will luno wit-
nesaeu to prmo tlrat ho rhot MiQitnlil
in relf-ilercni'o, anil although the
"uiiwillteii law" would probably
have cleared Mctjuald If ho hail
tclf willing to let thu rase, coma Into
mint, nm-crtlng that If 11 does he
will ho freed from tlio taint of
breaklnn up the JUtQuald iiome.
Would Clear Mrs. McQuaid.
"Tlio story that Mrs. .Mtljnuld was
mixed up with a man up on Hawaii
hufmii the eanio to Honolulu was
nxuRgcrnleil grossly," said Driver.
"lleie aie tho facts In tlio cabo:
"Mis. M (luald hud probably lllit'
cd u UUlo with tho man, but bo
- iiinl this she was absolutely luno
AS WELL AS
Some of these weio bent In Hlo,
Kauai mid Maul, l'oicslqr Hostner
Htated , this inoiiiing that Ihu plants
weio dlslrlbiiled more systematically
Ibis j ear than over befuro.
As Is eustiiiiiaiy lu Iho foimor
c.trs, tho pupils this morning plant
ed their trees on the school pieinlsus
ut tho conclusion of Iho exercises,
which Ihcy had nt schools.
Unllho tho other tchools. thu Kn
niehaiuelin SrhiHils Ibis )oar did not
lobs', ne thu day; but It will bu oh-
served tomouow afternoon vt thu
Rioiinds of the lllrls' School. Picsl
dent Homo of tlio schools stated this
morning that special eveielses will be
held nt S o'clock: loinnnow nfternoon
j (Continued on Page 5)
PAGES. HONOLULU, TERMTORY
emphatically, that Mrs.
but they failed, ...Doesn't
tent. 1 know tills personally, and
can Rtt additional evidence from tho
etiRlneer uf tho wine mill uu the
"Howover, M(t)u.iid thought she
was Riillt), and ho told my father
ho would shoot tjio man.
"At that time I told MiQuald that
ho was unjust lo his wife In his
cuspltloliii, and that the best thlliR
to do was blmply to dlbihuiRu tho
man, not to shoot him without defi
"It Is niilj (air to Mrs. Mi()uald
that this statement should bo made.
You can make it as bIiiuir as pos.
slide. Sho was nbboliitcly liitiutcut.
Asjcrts Own 'Inucccnoc.
"As to my own iiiw, there is nouo
iiRalnst me. Tlt'-yean piovo noth-
Iiir, for theie Is nothlin; of tlu wirt
lo imve.A They ')ii)i detectives' try
Iiir to'ialili us, J Ml t they idhlu'l.
Doesn't that pioe my luno enco?"
Voiiiir Dilveii eajs further that
the ttor that ho was with Mis. Mc
rju.ild u low inliiutea before tho
klu otliiR Is faleo.
"I had been up on Hawaii for a
week lo see my father," ho declares.
I (amn back on the Manna l.oa tho
In.. I r .....t .......t . I.n.l r....ll
night before and went to bed, feel
Iur blck. f call account for every
minute ot my time tip to the shoot
ing." Driver's room mate. Dr. John
O'Connor, has gone back lo tho
States. He went on tho transport
tho day after tho shunting. Driver
says O'Connor will ictiirn if his evi
dence Is needed.
Chief of Detectives McDufllo this
I morning Muted that Driver's father
Is working to gut tho caso dropped
and IiIb win out of tho country. In,
tho event that tho mutter is taken,
Into coiut, lit vor will becure an nt- ut Judgo I.) mem com I th's moiiilni;.
lornoy. An rffort has lieeti lnado'to' Forrajl Is alb Red to h.ivu niado
Fceuio ,l-Ji(i.H Thompron, Init as' away, with two gold watches thu bit
Thonipw'm expects to le.ivo tho, Ter-I 'or part of Sep'embcr. They weiu Iho
ritory on biutrnsi
.ssjbliou, ho may not
(Assnclllnl Press CaliliO
MtSXICl) CITY, Mexico, Nov. 11.
in oruer ... preve.u niu.i.m.i.
period of tiniest, Sunday hull-Hshta
havo been prohibited lu tlio capital
TEXAS TO ANSWER FOR
LYNCHING OF MEXICAN
(AhhmcIiiImI Priss rnl.Uv)
WASHINinON. D. C, Nov. 11.
llefore hn left for Panama, Piesident
Taft lnstru.flp.il ..'l" Governor of
Texas to liiqiilin Into the elruim-
btnners of the lynehlllR of a Mexican
t in the Stnto re'ontly.
Gives 16 ounces to the
OF HAWAII. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER
AGENTS NOW IN
First News Since Revolution
From Campbell and
WORKING TO SECURE
A WHOLE SHIPLOAD
Of ImilliaratiOll Men !
Carrying on Campaign of
Education Press Takes Up
Matter and Publishes Facts.
Tho llrst news slueo tlio revolu
tion In I'oitURiil from A. J. Camp
bell ami M. A. Hllva, agents ot the
Hoard of ImmlRratlun, brliiRs tlio
cheerliiR Information llilit prospects
in c brlRlit for a shipload ot l'ortu.
Riicto ImmlRrnntH within tlio near
future. . Furthermore, tho agents
aro earryliiR on u vigorous rampalRii
of defenso against tho attack niado
-on them by I'ortiiguesc citizens who
tried to prevent them from (ccurinR
Immigrants, . .
Communlciitliins have been receiv
ed In Honolulu from both Mr. Camp
bell and Mr. Sllva, written two
weeks after the revolution, ami
theicforo Important. Tho revolution
completely changed tho aspects of
affairs In Portugal, and for a whllu
threatened to work against emigra
tion to Hawaii. Coupled with tho
efforts to hamper tho agents' work.
tho chaotic political conditions have
held back Immigration at least t.o
Silva Sends News.
A. I). C.ibtro of this city, one of
i thu leading rortugucn:-America lib
and a hearty believer In liumlgia
llou, Is in cIom- tourh wltli the
agents through Mr. Sllva. He liar
received a letter from Sllva, written
on October 10, which declares that
tho agents have Rood prospects of
getting ImmlRiaiits in Die near fu
Campbell and Hllva are rnrrylii';
on a campaign of education in Ma j
delra. Their headquarters aro no"v
In Kuiicpnl, tho principal city, and
I they havo organised their work of
replying lo tho attacks made in
' llinm fi ufll lift i.lvlii.v ll.n llrtrlii
" ....., ...U ,.....
Riiero adciualo Information on tho
Tho Dl.irlo do Notlclas, or Dnllv
News, of Kiinr-linl, has apparently
taken up the figlit for Campbell nnd
Silva and Is helping them. The lat
Rl , 0italii3 an article ncaily1Tl"; ''
Continued on Paito' 4
Joo Kcrrajl Is no hlghwaynun m!
Iho ejus of thu law at leant ntiil upon
tide ihnrRO ho ilruw u nollo piossed
property of a cnincao. no wui lliiaitv
caught In McDulllu's drag-not
landed at the police station.
His easu has come up for trial fiom
time to tlmu and tills morning when
charged with larceny lu thu' first do
gieo KeiraJI waived examination in
Ihu lower court nnd tho maltor will
theicforo bo threshed out at tho high-
L,r ,rmllll, ,)vt,r nt ho Juillclury
Kcrrajl pleaded guilty lo tho chnrg'j
of laieeny In Iho becond iIcrico when
mralgiied this iiioiiiIiik and Judgo
l.ymer taking Ihn caso under advise.
"'f"1 ' r"'l.,V'!L.J'"m,,UUC0 8t'"'
1UIIIU iiinniiii.w iii.'i iiimi.
SAN rUANCISCO, Nov. 11.
, Ilcets,: SS iiiinlssly, Rs. 11 l-4d.; par
ity, H S7e. Piovlous iuotiittou, 8b,
I 10 l-'.M.
pound in local and
11. 1010. 10 PAGES.
A. G. SMITH TO
Aithur (1. Smith has been npK)lntoi',
Kcroml ilcmitv iiltornpv irpimrnl ntiil
I will beRlti his duties In thu Uo em
inent service toniuirow
'i'lie nnuoiiiicement of HiiiIiIi'h up
Hlntment was niado this afternoon by
A'torney Ceneral l.'nilfay, who hat.
hail the names of scleral candidates
miller consideration since I.Mncrwa'
appointed Dlstilct Mnglstrutu to sue-
w,1,l Amlrnde. leaving the placo of
ufifftiiil liitttllt- lilt nt-tint nnlinriil vim
smith tttrivrii in tlio Tcrrltoiy n
bhort time iiro and lias been cnudojod
with thu law firm of Kinney, Ilallnii
I'russcr & Anderbuii. Ho Is n rniiI
uatii of tho llaiuud l.nw Stlimil uikI
befoiu coinliiR to Hawaii was a prnc
tlcliiR attorney In the city of llostou
TAFT MAY START
(AsHiKlalfil lirf Ciit.l... )
WASHIMITON, I). C, Nov. 11.
I'icsidcnl Taft has Imtruitcd Attor
ney lleiieial lekeiih.im lo make mil
liivcitl&atlnu Into liiiOO acres of land
the Southern Tactile
Calif la. The in.
t . m t tun., aie to find out whether
tliu lands weiu l.iiuwn to eoiitaln
ol at Hie lluio the were patented,' afternoon In which the plans for tho successfully conducted nnd added
and If Mich is found to be the case, j farm In tho Olai liomcste.idliiR ills lh.it there were suieral other poss
the Ailoiiie, tieueiai h oidcicd to 'Met ne u illicinsed ul length anil Hie bio locations lint were bcliiR lookeii
cite f'e a "...I io ic . ci them. It proble'u of li.itidlliiR the financial cud upon with fawir
Is la' cd I. i.i l the T'osident's ae- of II rop n-Illon c nobler d. j Tho maintenance of thn farms ii'
tion will embroil the adtn'nl., trillion
and I be i'.'intlii'i n Pnelll .
i 1-K.Ki.n .1 ri i i-.iiii" rrmliicteil In Illlo under tho direction and thai In the earrlnc of the fining
OVSTHIt IIAV, N V., Nov. II of Mr Clones now, In rhiirco of thu elsl burden partly b" tho Oovornmcnt
Colonel lliiii.eiclt remilns In tcclu- Illlo wink and ho will bo expected and partly by prlvato siibtcrlptloni ,
rlon at 0 .tei ilay. whero he ro- to dowito all of his tlmu to tho con tin. needed funds will ho soon avsll
Hied ImiiieillateW after the derisive duct ot thn two farms, nblo,
DitH'irallc clin lu New York last . , i i-m
He ban so far refused to
public statement on the
I WITH A BIG FLOOD
AHWK'lUtMl I'llHH lltlf
I'AltlS, Nov 11 Itl.iIiiR rivciH
I i have' Hooded the vallejs of tho Selno,
land I'.irls Is threatened with another
Inundation ns R.-cat us that ot a few
(Rlwtlal II II I I ft I ii Vlri'l'H.)
nun N',.v it .Thn t,iK.M.,r s,t
kane. twentvllvo d..4s out fiom Port
i.udlow, Wash., Iiounil for tho port
WH, ,nber went nshort. on Miller
r,ef Mciir hu'l0 ltst iiIk1i1 a miHtuke
lu leading the sailing directions Is
Riven ns Ihu came of Ihu mishap.
Miller i" ' Is at thu lisrbor entrance.
The schooner got off by her own ef
forts after an hour and a half and It
Is not belleicd that any damage has
The lumber was consigned to tlu
local agency of II. Hnckfeld &
Ltd. Capt JnmlcMin is the master,
Siberia Brings News Of Japan
ese Boat Cruising Around
News twin biinigbt In by (ho Paci
fic M.iil liner Siberia this morning
Hint niay suho thu mysterious dis
til poarnncc of tlio revenue cutter The
tis a few dajs ago as well as pruio
a clue to th" cjptuto of opium sums
Rlers. Thu yili-rla yesterday pasted eloso
to lllnl Island on her way to this irt,
and lln'ie sighted a Japanese samp in.
whlih "an cruising nioiuid tho Island
In an ulioscther uiiwarranld man-
tier. There is no legltlmatu reason
EXPERIMENTAL FARM WILE ,
"SOON BE LOCATED AT
OLAA BY THE GOVERNMENT
Plans ha io b-en formulated by tho!
tension of the experimental farm plan
to thu Ola i district on Hawaii, u con-1
fei lico hiving been held jcituiilay
'I ; iiiobcnt with tho tlovernor
weic Ulrrrlm Will ox cf tho Federal
Kipeilmcnt r'litl'n. Pr Victor S
Clark, .M.irstnn Campbell and I.. A.
Thiirrl'in. Thn Ol.ia dlr.trlet lit par'l
ctit.it tj adapt' i to the location of an
ciieilinetital fiiriu. tlio unoccnpli-d
' hind In that dlntilcl ciiiotltiitlng the
I ii get malliible utilp of hoineslead-
log laud In Iho Tenltory,
It Is piop'bed lo pi ho thu expert-
in-ntil farm a' Olaa and Iho ono now
q VVaS Not NcifjIlborlV and
i i.i ni. ..i
muuaiLU ritatl tlHU
Mary had a lclnin dog mid to his
iinliiuudly iilllluile towards thouolgh
bora, Captain llaktr ono of tho de
bonair menihciH of the Honoluli l)
lieu for(o visited thu piemlsus mid
Invited Mary Adams tu appear before
Judge l.ymur at police coiut tumor
Tho all' gallon Is niado that the
canine has developed a largo hump
of peevlblini'is of lalo. It was Bill!
KoMcil thin Iho dog hail become .lis
satisfied over th" result of Ihu recent
election and tho lerrlblo Inroad of Ilo
I'nhlliMii voles upon the rosnto nsplr-
,"",".,, ,,r " ""ll'er "' -'inorratlc
Tl"' ll"l,lll ' ",,d '" ,lll fcH"-'il
lmm' ,ll''lU, "'1IW"'K tho receipt of
the returns telling of ii local Itopul
lle.'iu landslide nnd when n neighbor
passed the Adams' premises, the dog
vailed out and attempt to take a gen'
eious plcp out ot an unoffenslvu
You can never tell from nfnr how
many thistles thero nre In a velvety
Advertising it the stepping-stone
to prosperity, and if done right nnd
courageously, success will come to
PRICE 5 CENTS.
for a sampan to be visiting Bird Inl
and now, according to local authori
ties and their only reasonable conjec
tuio Is Ibat tho sampan was there .In
connection with upturn smuggling.
I Tho departure of tho Thetis Is noW
Hotlcu-d to have been In an effort
to capture uniiggb'rs. uiul If mrli Is
tiu eatc, the cutter oiiRht to pick up
the samp.ui without effort. The Tho-
tts Is now hourly awaited nnd It) is
expected that slip will brliiR In t)i
sampan and its crow. I
(iiivernor Krear stated this mourning
that tho Territorial (lovernpient would
do cvcrylhliiR posslhlo In extend the.
experimental farm to nil iwrtloiu of
tho Tcrrltorj where they could bo
one "f Hie nuonlloii that will havo ta
bo dealt with. Theru Is not much"
money available for the purposo nam-
H nnd Iho Ide-i now Is to meet Ennui
of the necessary expenses by obtain-
Ins pilvato subscriptions, particular;
lv In Ihoso districts that would do;
rive benefit from tho good results that' J
aie sum to follow In the path of tha
evneilmental fnrm Idea It Is not
believed thai there will le uny-Rrett
dlnieiilty In reeurlnK Iho needed fund
Sailors From Flagship Asama
Pay Silcpt Respects
a Cemetery. '
Actuated by pall lntlc .spirit and "of J
syiup.ithy for thoto who fought anil?
lost their Hies Mr their country nnd
Mnipeinr, Admiral YnMilrn. roni-liiuuler-ln-chlef
of tho Jpauere cruis
ers Asame and Kawigl. on in lort;j
this IiioililiiR oideicil a detaehlucnt at
his men lo at. end tho mmorlal cief
eli.es held oxer thu grany of the dead .
sailors now bulled lu tho jnpaneio
(cinelery at Maklkl.
While the .lapanevo crnlsera Nant
wn nnd Tak.iehlho wore in. Honolulu1
many years ago, sumo of tho seamen
died horn ns result of sicknosa. Pre
vlntis to coming to Honolulu they
were among thoeo who wore foremost
In defending their country. Kor their
bravery nnd courage, tcy were
praised by their superiors.
As boon as Admiral Yushlro learned
of this fact, ho ordered men from his
ships, to bo detached to tho cemetery,1
h Maklkl, thcro to commomorate the'
death of their follow countrymen.
Men who 'say they can break n
luitilt whenever they want to, rarcly
to. . mi
i.1 ! i vlt !fe .
.i . M&mmm