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m,EN1N,U,HUM.mN, HONOLULU, T. H miDAY. SEPT. IT, 1900.
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Brilliant Reception To
Congressmen By Delegate
If numbers count In making n sue- cctvlng pnviflon, mul ilurliiB the oven
cess, the reception kIm.ii Inst night by 'lug alternated with each other in film
Frlnco and Princess Kalanlanaolo at'lshlng music.
their beautllitl home nt Walklkl in Three tnts were placed on tho
honor of tho Usltlug Congressional ' grounds for dressing rooms, which
NEEDS OIL KINO'S
MONEY NO LONGER.
University of Chicago Now Self
supporting but Rockefeller May
CHICAGO, Sept. r, The day for
gifts trom John 0. Itockefcller.
founder of the University of Chl
i.igo, except for spccllled purposes,
Is over, according to Dr. Thomas V.
lloodspied, reglstrur of t!,c unlvcrBl
t, who returned fiom his two
miiuths' Mic.itlon at IMiim hike, WIs
lonslu 'The university Is now selt-sup-I
oi ting," he bald ' It no longer pro
mils n dcllclt tain )ear, ns It form
crl) did. Conscqucntl) the millions
Mr. Rockefeller has glcn for pen
oral endowment will not hne to be
supplemented b) more."
This does not mean, Dr. Qood
ieed hastened to ndd, that the be
nefactor of the school Is to be de
mlved of the opportunity of opening
'he stilng? of his purse for duweis
for pruJetlB of the future. If he so
dcslics. lint as a debt pijei" his
wnili Is done.
. "This unlvcrslt) Is Just begun,'
continued tho registrar. "We have
purchased a vast stretch of land on
the south side of the midway, which
we expect to lover with various
buildings for it lie students. Just
what the) will be 1 can not k now,
us nobod) knows. We know our
needs bull) tnough, but as far ns
I mn Informed mone) Is still to bo
I forthcoming from benevolent Indlvl
'dunls for the election of the build
ings." 1'icslilent Jtulson, whin asked
nbout new struttuies foi the mid
"Nobod Ins donited funds for n
single school hall on the south of
the mldwn) I give publlclt) to our
shortiomlngs In this respect In my
last uiiiiii.it rcpoit, imntloulng .1
new gviunaslum iiml diirniltorles fur
the women, and geotog), zoolog) :1ml
So this chance still remains for
1 llnmner hall, a landmnrk of Ala
bama, which has housed hundred
of piomluont southern men in )enrs
long past, was destroyed bj fire The
oilgln It supposed lo be Incendiary.
The building hid been riccnlly fit
ted up for the .Methodist Woman's
Ml S3 Alice du I'ont, daughter nt
the piosldent of the du I'ont Pow
der Coniii.ui, was brought ashoic
fiom tho jcht Tech nt Portland.
Me , suffering with diphtheria.
SOON TO LEAVE
Harlan and Moody Likely to
Quit Their Places in the High
WASHINGTON, September 7.
When the Supreme Court of tho
I United Slates convenes for the Octo
ber term It Is proli iblo that two of
tlic chalis upon the bent.li, those
that have been occupied bj Justices
Harlan and Moody, will be vacant,
Justice Harlan Is eligible for retire
ment, but until recqntly his health
had been exceptional! lobilst for
one of his age. It Is reported that
lie Is Ilkcl) to go from his summer
home nt Murrnv Day to California
to recuperate and that unless n
chnnge of climate restores his health
he will letire i
Jilstlce Mrod), who rccontl) suf
fered a tevcre attack, does not re
cover. It Is stated, Iteports concern
ing the condition of Justice Day arc
not renssurlrg Chief Justice Ful
ler Is eligible for retirement. Pre
sident Tatt will, It la believed, have
within a short, time the designation
of at least one Supreme Court Jus
tice Governor Hughes of New York
and Justice I.uitnli of Tennessee nrc
among the prominent Inwjers men
tioned for the first vacancy.
UartV. Wflft nnn thllt will ei ilfiurn In
social history as one of thd Most brll
llant events that havo been given
slnco tho da) s of tho Monarchy,
Itwas only n few minutes after 8
o'clock before the large assemblage; ers would take his or her namo and
oi distinguished guests beuan to nr.
rive, and before 9 o'clock it Is safe to
say that tjiero were threo thousand
people Inside tho gi omuls.
Every car on the Ilnpld Transit line
was filled to overflowing, and It
seemed that over kind of a vehicle
waB pressed Into service to handle
tho crowd that constantly poured Into
Thousands of colored lights wcro
Etriing from tho many trees, and many
national and International flags were
used for tho decorntlonsncar and
ubovo the receiving pavilion. With
tho handsome evening gowns of the
ladles, nnd tho whlto and blue dress I
uniforms of the Army and Nnvy, a
tccno wns Impressed on tho neoplo
present them to tho Prince, who stood
nt the head of (lie line. Next to the
Prince stood tho Princess, and on hei
right sat the Queen, who looked stalo-
ly, though far from well In spile of
her apparent Indisposition tho Queen
lind a pleasant word or smile fur all.
After each guest had been presented
to tho long lino of tho Congressional
party, they wwo shown to the main
residence vhero rare relics and orders
of tho monarchlal davs wero on view,
Refreshments wcro served on the lawn
during tho evening, and over) one
present voiced tho evening a brilliant
Shortly bcfnro 11:30 tho band took
its station nt the inakal end of tho
pavilion nnd played "Ilawnll Ponol"
that will long bo remembered. - innd tho i'Stnr Spangled llnnner,'
ino Hawaiian unnil was stationed nt cry ono present rising,
the ninknl-Wnlklkl corner of tho I Tho Queen, on the nrm of tho Prince,
grounds, anil the Honl Hawaiian-quln- nnd surrounded by a number of ladles
tet club at the mauka end of the re- left for home.
Ill I Ull IlllMIMIMMIUMI I mn
ADMIRAL TO PRESENT ry will tnko tho ships under his com-
COXSWAIN A MEDAL, tnand to-sea nnd will put them through
inctlcal maneuvers which he has
I launcd. canilnc back nl nliilit to
heard so much about tho famous Instl.'i.nchorng.j along tho 'Maul coast that
tiitlon foi the unfortunates Hint I havo
uln)g looked forward to the, duythat
I would be nblo to visit It."
Fleet Tennis Matches.
Tho tennis tourunment In singles
nnd doubles for tho championship
among the officers of tho fleet, will
ho Iras chosen, Inking up nil da)
Thursday and F'rlda) for his drills, and
leturnlng to Honolulu Saturday morn
ing. Admiral Pleased.
Admiral Sebrce, commander In chief
of. tho Pacific fleet now In port. Ins
William Jennings Bryan
the mpdern Commoner, was asked by a fool
ish man if he really believed in advertising.
To the foolish question Mr Bryan gave this
"The man who tries to attract business
without advertising is like the fellow who
throws his sweetheart a silent kiss in the
dark. He knows' what he is. doing but
nobody else does."
Follow the' course of the EVENING
BULLETIN after it leaves the press. It
goes to an office and is carried TO SOME
HOME; or it is bought on the street and
is carried TO SOME HOME; or it is de- '
livered by the carrier TO SOME HOME;
or it goes by mail TO SOME HOME,
In nearly every instance the EVENING
BULLETIN is carried TO SOME
HOME and is read by the housewife. And
women buy, or influence the buying, of
nine-tenths of alt the goods sold; in the, world.
To reach the women buyers, advertise in
the EVENING BULLETIN.
. Don't throw kisses in the dark.
commence on Monday morning Sep- expressed himself ns being very much
fnrnlirt 97 ,,, llin .wtMrtn rt ,! Hah. I . . ... .. ...
....-w .., ..... ,.. V.......O u, uiu iicic piciseu wiui 1110 coraini way every
tenia Club. Tho preliminary matches one has received the men of tho fleet.
will be pla)cd on the 27th and 28th I "i;ver)one knows tint a. snllor will
and tho finals In both singles nnd I ilo lots of things when lid Is ashore
doubles on th,e afternoon of the 30th. with money In his pocket, and It Is not
Lieutenant .McMillan, fleet Athletic tight to Judge them too haiahly. The
officer, who has charge of tho tourna- personnel of the navy among tho men
ment, calle.il, on It. W. Ilooth this has greatly Increased In tho last few
morning mil arranged the detalls-of years, and tho men under my com
the play. Jlie ban l of the flagship niand are a fine body of men, which
TenncBsoo will plu) nt the courts the icflectB great credit to themselves, ns
afternoon of Ihe flnnjs, and n largo will as tho service."
gallery or coclet) people and nfTlccrs I
' will no doubt In on-Inn I.
Admiral Jl!,i ly eomnian ler of the
t-econd ilhMon accompanied by his
aides, will 11,3V e his flagship. Ihe West
Vliglnla, a llttlu after 2 n'ekek Ibis
nftcrnooa, and will mil on Oovenrir
Prear. after, that returning the calls
of the foreign Consuls.
Heads of Ball Arrangements.
STRUCK BY AUTO.
'Continued from Past 11
low was going like mad. Then the
i rash mine, and the men woio
hurled from the cnnlngo to tho
fctrcet. The auto went on. An-
I other party picked tho Injuied men
!iiii iititt IfinC- tlmm nwfiv Tim linrttR
i"' ; , ; ""-
The leiept'oii and danca which Is was not seriously Injured, but tho
to be given by Admirals Sell ee and li in liens wns toin off, the nnimnl
Uarr) an I (he offlo-s of the liit on bloke nway and the carilage skld
thc night of Septombsr 28th, promise, did BWiftl) toward the ciK-traclts, nl
lo be the most In lldant event ever glv-1 most striking one standing on tho
en b) th Navy In Hoioluhi A good switch. It was the worst piece of
deal of heciecy exists as to the decor-, business I ever saw."
ntlons but ever) one who Is foituiiatn
enough to be Invited will fco some
thing Hint will long bo rcmembeicd.
Tho following officers havo elm go
of tho plans for the night of the 28th
Klag Lieutenant II. S. Holmes, Ten
nessee; ITnsIgn W. A, Olaosford West
Virginia; Kftslgn A. S. Hoes, Tennes
tvo; Kinlgli A. Norrls Washington,
l.lciiteiiHiitnr Murines W. II. Hill, C
Ifnrnla: riisign II. A. McCluie, South
Dakota; Dislgn W. D. Eronrs, West
Virginia; Ensign W. II, Newton Miry
land; l.leutcnint I.evln .1. Wallace,
PcniiB)han,la, and Ensign (1. Howie,
On account of somo rcpilrs lo her
There Is n conflict of opinion us
to which party came back to tho aid
of the Consul, but inqulr) fiom his
icsldcnce this morning settled that,
ns It Is understood tho chauffeur wad
Clunoy, nnd that he returned at
onto to thch aid unci apologized tor
the accident. The Consiii Is con
fined to his bed und Is too badly
hurt to make n statement. Dr. Kat
Mild, tho attending ph)slclun, fears
that his backbone Is sorlousl) ln
Juied. Y. Nagamoto, tho coachman.
Is Injured so badly that it Ib said he
will die. He U still nt tho Japanese
While tho nctunl speed at which
the cai was going when it struck
U)eno cannot be nsrei tallied, but
hollers which cannot bo completed by J "?n"ra"n-'i " ",PCI "' ln!
Monday, the U. S 8. Colo nil,, wlllf.r"W ,0.S8 " witnessed the nccl
,, i " . f ,i i.i. ,, "cnl. 'l estimated at 20 miles nn
hour, whlli in miles is tho nml-
not he opo of the ships to tuko part
In tho speed trials next week off tho
As uiual jn the Navy whin sh'ps
have had deaths on boird ciused by
rrrldpnt n. court of lnqul) Is detailed
to look Into tho causes and determine
wuo has Letn to blame If any have, and
for that leason, and for the fact that
sumo now tubes huvo to bo Installed
thu Colorado will not be ready lo Join
tho fleet until it departs on the "nth of
So faunothltig hits bom determined
regirdlng tho explosion on iho Colo
l.'nlo which caused two deaths, except
that It wns duo entirely to local
causes, , ,
Lieutenant Commander Clark, licet
uiglnicr, tegrcts that tho Colorado
tho fleet, that on account of repairs ho
finds that It will be Impossible to get
her ready. While tho licet Is awaj
next week sho will either remain at
her dock or take up an unc!mr.iKo out
side, of the haiboi until tho letuni of
General Court Martial,
On bnaid tho Colorado this morning
n gcncnl court martial Is sitting to
hen the evidence in Bovcral cuscs
which havo enmo up fur trlnl. It Is
mum. Tho only ledecmlug fe.ituio
of tho accident appeals to havo been
the driver's piompt leturn and as
sistance to tho men jie had so reck
lessly Injured. la most enbes tho
death-dealing cars drive on ut top
speed In cowardly fashion.
Thus far no warrant has been Is
tued for Slunoy, imd, while tho po
lice huvo the cii8o In hand, they
will probably await word from
U)eno. In the case of Nngamoto's
death, which deems certain, the
chauffeurs arrest will undoubtedly
follow. Cluney recently purchased
his machine imd was on his vvuy to
Pilnco Kiili lo's icceptlon when the
neeldcnt occuned. Whllo some say
thoie were people In his car at tho
be unnblo to go vvllh the rest of time, others say he was alone. Ho
were greatly appreciated by everyone,
as there wns no confusion In getting
one's hats or cloaks.
As each guest arrived at tho head
of the receiving line, one of tho ush-!
. Whitney & Marsh, Ltd.
In time for the rainy 'season.
New Rain Coats
Just received .from New York, a larpe assortment
styles and prices, Mostly single garments,
Chiffon Broadcloth '
In all light shades for evening capes.
52 inches wide - $2.65 yard
Hnndsomc line of
S. E. LUCAS,
Masonic Building, cor. Hotel and
Anyone in need of first-class spec
tacles properly fitted call on him.
SALVATOUE ARREOO, WHOSE A RREST
M AY SOLVE FETROSINO MURDER.
has not as yet made a statement
Chief Leal has booked joung
Cluney foi investigation at the po
llco station pending tho 'result of
the Inquliy Into tho collision,
Accoidlnc to tho iiollcn. tin, niitn.
mobile was found nt the Stock) aids'
btnbles being repaired and painted.
Mureelus Thomas, a negro sen-
iciueu 10 uo nnngeii lor tno mitr-i
ilei or two white men. called tho
'pi oil 'hie Hint tho couit will leimiln In death w.itih to his cell In the Hous-
lczbIou the rest of foda) and l-osslbly Ion (Tex ) pilson, displaced a knife
Attn tho thieo ulilpi of thu second
division hnvo completed their sx ed
trUla next Wi'duesdiy, Admiral Jlur-
mule rioin a piece of tin plate, and
nntioiinced that he would commit
suicide. Sheriff Andeison, nftor a
light in which ho wns gashed with
tho weapon, took It front tho negro.
I BP' x1 ' ' ftii J MKF' 1 5xTtci w )
Pmtnfuce lnspo:tors who hnvo anestoj i'S nlleged lllaek II md opo
ratois In Clnclnmll nnd and other points In Ohio bellovo they huvo
Ihe men who plotted nnd exceuted tho murder of Lleutennnt Pelroslno,
tho New York dotectlvo who was slain In Palermo, Slc!l, soveinl months
ago. S.ilvato o Arrcgo, who Is now In the citutody of the poatnl au
thorities. Is believed jo bo tho horti of tho band. The Itiipeetois say
theso men have obtained nnny thuacunds of dollars thioilgh blackmail
ing opeintlmiB In ncaily nil of tho largo cities of tho louutiy. Tin If
alleged victims nro mainly their own countiyinen, Petioslnn wns re
garded ns tho nreh foo of tho band nnd was sent to Sicily to obtain evi
dence against tho very men now under urrest. This, Iho postul author
ities argue, Is amplo proof that Arrcgo's alleged band -knows t-omctliliig
of the plot that led to tho liuiidoi of Pctroslno, mid they mo tijltig to
Intcrosl tho Now Yoilc police In tho case.
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