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FOR SEATTLE FAIR
Gurrey Collection Will
Be Feature Of
Not the least Interesting of the at
A Washington paper lias Hip follow
Ins tci ay or MrK. Tnrt:
Wnahliigton has hail n week of Len
Ian tramiulllty. following Iho strenu
mm days of Inaiiguriitlon week, n per
I ml of mclal quiet has loiinil vtrlno In
many eyes. Some of the IiuhIpwoh of
ivcpiiI limiso parties have kclzcd the
iiiiirtunlty lo tnko n rest euro nt u
ilear-b sanitarium, or ri'Hint, or oven
whole Ihu menage Is well ordered
' Other have taken advantage of Iho
lull to no shopping ho rar nllelil iih
New York, with tho npein as un Inci
dental ntlriiclliiii. Anions Iho dlplo
liinlH homo-going has already net In;
heneo thero were n few notable nb
H'lilecB from the Initial reception of
that circle hy Iho President anil Jlrj.
Tafl nt the White I Inure m frlilay.
It wan the usual fiinelliin followlnc
the Installation or n new executive in
the While Home a function which
in earlier days follnwoil more proelp
Itately upon hit' arrival. Mr. Vihi
lluren, for Instance, opened Iho Whlto
House at once for Iho iceoptlon of the
cotps. niul maile. perhaps, the only
slip of his illtneel tongue, referring
to them in acknowledging their eon
Krutulallmis ns" tho "donincrntle,'' In
hteinl or the diplomatic, c-urim.
There Is sih much enthusiasm amoim
Iho diplomats over the charming re
ception aicorded thcni Friday hy lb"
J'rculdent iuid Mm. Tnrt aa there w.ik
mining tho' members of Mr. TaflV
class nt their reception at the White
Jinan1 on Inauguration day. To meet
the exactions or an occasion of formal
ity ns happily as one meets that of
etimrailhhip and informality Is an evi
dence of social genius. The cordial
ity mid KiaclousucsH of the host and
lm.itcHS weie Iho keynotes of tho Bite
cess of hoth occasions.
Ilv the leadlness with which she
leyooiuls to tho Munition of her new
position, Mrs. Taft made a graceful
record ten days ngo, when Iho city
was thronged with strangers who had
cathered from every part of the coun
try lo participate in', or to witness, tho
inauguration of Iho President. Tho
l'i cedent's wire, on such an occasion
ls of little. If any, less Interest than
the central llgitro himself among u
people whose best remembered mi
4cdote of Lincoln la that in his mo
ment or triumph he bore In mind "a
little woman down tho r.hccl," !
whom his news would he good, nnd
that he tore hluuelf away fiom a
tumultuous throng of well-wishers to
carry It lo her himself.
Mis. Taft's decision, when that
pharo of the program was suggested
to her lo ride from tho Capitol to the
White House with the President on
Inauguration day was a gracious rec
ognition of the people who had honor
ed him with their highest gift. That
the presence of the wife of the Presi
dent milled tenfold to Iho pleasure of
the multitude that lined Iho route of
the parade no one can doubt.
A woman of lino folse, Jim, Tnfl'a
evident emotion more eloipient than
any word of ncWiowledginent. rnveal
oil how keenly Fcuslblo tho was to the
Mlgulllcnure of the hour.
It Is 120 yearn since the sc.ittero.l
communities along tho imito from
Mount Voi mm to New York then tho
cupltal turned out to greet Mrs.
Wnshliiglon, us her coach bore her
northward a mouth after the Iiiaugur.i
tlou of Iho first President. New YorK
Krccled her with a salute of thirteen
Kims un she crossed from the Jersey
tdiore to the Mattery. The sentiment
which Inspired that early enthusiasm
Is still extant. The women who, in
Iho history of dynasties and republics,
have known when to respond to It are
tho women Vhu havo successfully In
torpicted the secret of noblesse oblige
Ladies of the Cabinet - -
An wife of Iho leading member of
Preiddent Taft's cabinet, .Mrs, Philan
der I'. Knox will be one of the notable
llguies In society nt the capital, Mr.
Knox Is noted for her very youthful
iippenrmtre. She Is planning to enter
tnln largely nt Iho flue old mansion
which hail been leased by the secro
tary of stato.
Mrs. Jacob M. Dickinson, wife of Iho
now secretary of war, the only Demo.'
crnt In the cabinet, Is a southern wo
man of grace and tact, w,ho possesses
in a marked degrro the hospitality
that Is a characteristic of the society
women of those states.
Mrs, Chatit's Nauol, the- wife of tho
new secretary of commerce) and labor) iMr. nnd Mrs. I-irz Anderson cnler
Is a stranger to Washington society, tallied a huge party tor which they
although she Is known as a graclotib engaged three roiius in a hotel over
nnil charming IiosIcrh In St. Umls,1 looking the Court of Honor, Mr. and
her home city, nnd nt Marlon, Jlnss.VJIrs. Anderson's house guests for the
where (he Nnglcs havo their summer I week include two nieces of Mrs. Taft,
who letalns his portfolio In the new
ndinlnlst ration. Is u widower, and pre
siding over his household Id his daugh
ter, Miss flora Wlh-on, Miss Wilson Is
the possessor of a splendid voice and pled part or a stand wcbI of the Whlto
may go on the operatic stage. House, and who with the party cii-
l.tertalncd hy Mr. John llarrett, on
Mrs. fioorgo W. Wlckorshnm, wife the snmo stand, were guests nt tea
of the New York lawyer who litis tho'ut tho home of lleneral and Mrs, Im
position of attorney-general In l'resl
ihmt Taft's cabinet, was reaicd and
educated In Wnshliiglon nn.l Is there
fun' nut a stranger to the society of
the capital. She, was Miss Mildred
Wendell hefore her inarrhmo.
Mrs. nichard A. Halllngor. wife of
the new M'cretary of the Interior, Is
no stranger to Washington. Her hits
hand formerly held the position of
ronimls'sloner of the land olllco In tho
department of which he is now chief
At her home in Seattle, she Is known
us a charming hostess,
Mis. (icnrgn Von I.. Meyer, tho wife
of the new soototnry of the navy, who.1""' "f "oston, who are their house
was pusl master-general In Provident"!
ltoosoo:t's cnhluet und nnih.issador
to Italy and HiishIu, has hecn one of
Hi" lejilero of Washington society for
wmie lime. Her home Is nt Hamilton,
Muss , anil she Is n close friend of Mrs.
AT TAFT FUNCTIONS
Several Interesting accounts of tho
Inauguration havo been sent fiom
Washington nnd arc herewith Insert
ed, ns all good Americans nro anx
ious to hear about our President:
The President and Mrs, Taft In
augurated tho hospitalities of their
regime In the Whlto House yester
day, when they entertained tho mem
bers of Iho Philippine party nt a buf
fot luncheon, which was served at 2
o'clock, Immediately ptcccding the
President's appearance on tho review
ing stand. Among tho guests nt tho
woro Dr. and JIrs, J. J.
Richardson iiuii JIrs. flyuii, wife of
former Dclegnto flynn, of Oklnhoma.
The members of the Ynlo cluss of '78,
of which Sir. Taft is a member, and
tlielr wives weie gueats of the Presi
dent and JIrs. Tnft at tea at tho
Whlto House following tho parade.
An Innovation In the Inaugural
co.o.iiciiloi warmly groeted by tho
throngo ychtoiilay wu's tho presence
of tho wIvoj of tho President nnd
Vice Prealdeut. who diove from ,tho
Capitol lo the Whlto llouso In the
can luges v.-It'i their husbands. JIrs.
Taft wo o a h.Midsome gown of
mauve chiffon velvet, embroidered In
golf and t I mined with snbte3. She
nl (i wine n Uti ban of cloth of gold
mid mauve velvet, with a whlto nl
Mo', la go poaria In her ears, and a
siting of pearls.
Mrs. Shermau'H costume was pale
grn cliith, giuy hat, and brown furs.
The woiM i.f Washington society
sp.'iit a boheml.iri day enlenlay. It
was seal wn In gioiips along the
route of fie Inaugural parade from
the Capitol to. Sovtilteeiith sticet.
iieom ami winnow parties, wltli a
buffet luncheon served during tho
nfli'i'iionn. were the order of the day,
guests dropping In from tlmo to time
to view tho ii.th.nal pageant fiom
vailu.M point i. Peveral hosts and
hostcspcj .had u i.uttu of rooms In a
downtown hotel or office building,
taking their own butlers to look aft
er tho serving of the luncheon. Oth
ers had "stund" parties, with lunch
eon iu a preliminary or lea aa a con
clusion, (innd-fellowshlp was in tho
air, spirits rising as the weather lin
.Mrs. Knox, wife of tho Secretary of
Stale, ciilei tallied a party at the
New Wlllard. reserving a drawliig
loom on tho entrance floor.
In the enttwol, aboyo Mrs. Knox's
room, JIrs. Wllllaiu 1C- Vanderbllt,
Jr., who Is hero for tho weok, enter
tained a large party.
Mrs. Knox's guests Included her
houso-par.ty, Sirs. Singer ami .Miss
Singer of Pittsburg, sister and nieco
of JIrs. Knox, JIrs. Tlndle, daughter
of the Secretary and JIrs. Knox; Miss
IVnnres Sullivan of Philadelphia, nnd
the tons of the Secretary and Mrs.
Knox, who nro In Washington for the
Miss Harriet Andeison and Miss Cath
ml n a Anderson, daughters of Mrs.
Charles Anderson of Cincinnati, and
Mr. dough Anderson and Mr. Ucorgo
General and Mrs. Clarence I-M
wards had a large party, who occu-
wards overlooking Lafayette Square,
following the parade.
Among tho guests of General and
Mrs. Kd wards were several from out
of town, Including Mr. and Mrs. Oils
of Cleveland, Ohio; Mr. nnd Mrs. II.
W. Iluck, of New York; Mr. and Mrs.
Augustus Porter, of New York; Mr.
and Mrs. John Sherwln, of Cleve
land; and Mr, II. It. Kdwards, of
Commander nnd Mrs. William Man
ning Irwin entertained a party In n
foom In Pennsylvania avenue, their
guests Including .Mr. and Mrs. Wil
liam Lindsay and Miss Leslie Llnil-
One of the most attractive stands
was the one erected for Mr. .iolin liar
rctt otitsldo the llureau of the Amer
ican Republics, flags of every nu
tlon draped it, together with gar
lands of greens. Nearly tho entire
diplomatic corps filled the stands.
Mr. and Mrs. Woodbury lllnlr en
tertained a large party to view the
I parade from the front of their
house. In Pennsylvania avenue, foi
lowed by tea, In the party were JIIss
Jlathlldo Townsentl, Mr. und JIrs.
Reginald Itounlds, Count d'Ailhcmar,
Mr. nnd JIrs. George Howard.
A Jolly party on tho Lafayette re
viewing stand Included Viscount ami
Viscountess do Slbour, Mr. nnd JIrs.
L'd ward Jlltchol, Mr. and JIrs. Na
thaniel frauds. Sir. Oden Horst
mann, JIIss Kathline Klklns, Jtlss
Martha Cameron, .Mr. William Illtt,
and Jtr. and JIrs. Hugh Legale.
Representative and JIrs. llabcorlc
of Wisconsin, throw open their house
at I and II streets yesterday after
noon nnd entertained about 75 guests
at luncheon and to view the parado.
Mr. and JIrs. Ilnhcock wcro assist
ed hy their house guests, Mr. Wil
liam Wlllard of Annapolis and Major
and JIrs. Watklns of White Plains,
The luncheon, which lasted from
12 o'clock until 4, was served In the
dining-room nt small tables. The
house was beautifully decorated with
palms, (lowers, and flags. When
President Taft with JIrs, Taft and
Vice President and JIrs. falrbauks,
passed the house, Mr. Ilubcock and
all tho men In the party cheered and
waved Hags from the steps.
Tho West Point cadets, from tho
Military Academy, yesterday wcio en
tertained at a largo reception and
luncheon ut Itnuschor's by Senator
Du Pont und Senator llrlggs, both
West Point graduates.
JIrs. llrlggs and JIrs. Crownln
shield, the daughter of Senator Du
Pont, were the hostesses of tho after
noon, assisted hy a number of initio
women, among whom wero several of
the debutantes of tho season.
Senator and JIIss Kcnn also were
hosts to a largo company of young
people at a buffet luncheon lifter the
I'rlnco zu Wlndlsh Grneti, of tho
Austrian Kmhubsy, was host ut a din
ner last evening at Haiischcr's. Ills
guests wero the counselor of the Aus
trian Kinbassy, llaron Amhrozy, Vis
count and Viscountess da Jlnrtel cf
the French Kmtinssy
miss unmei en,
JIIss Jlitrtlia iiacon, miss iiuii, juss
Terry, tliu .Misses Wybnurg, Mrs. Ino.
Callaii O'Langhlln, JIIss t'nry, JIIss
Slater, Lieut. Cam per lo of the Italian
F.mhnssy; Mr. Unynnrds, of the Neth
erlands Legation; .Mr. Corn, of the
Italian Kmhassy: llnron'Staet and Mr.
du Struvo, of the Russian Kmbassy;
Count Turok, of the Austrian Din
hnssy, Mr. and JIrs, Herbert Wiidsworth
entertained at dinner l.i'i cvt'iilnr.
lM.'i' takln.; their guests t i the luatig
.11 til ball.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 25G.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185,
tractions In the Hawaiian building lit
tho Alaska-Yukon exhibition will he
Iho collection of Hawaiian type:; by
Caroline Hnsklus Ourrey. The collec
tion, which comprises forty photo
graphic prints, Is not only of value
from a scientific standpoint, hut, to
the nrtlst, must prove u revelation of
the wondrous possibilities of the cam
The pure-blood Hnwallan, tho Span
Ish-IInwnllnu, the Indian-Hawaiian, the
lrlsh-llnwallun, the Oormnn-llawallaii
mid a half dozen other strains have fur
nished the models for the work; ami
each picture Is n perfect example of
the type which It portrnys.
The models for Iho work were se
cured from Iho Kmiiehalueha schools,
and wore-elec(od with the gieatest
care. In tho photographing of the sub
jects, great forethought was exercised
In scenting absolute truthfulness, and
to the study of types of humanity, the
collection must prove of overpoweilng
from mi artistic standpoint, the pic
tures are welt able to stand on their
The prints nrV all bromide enlarge
ments, mid about eleven hy fourlei n
Inches In size. They are printed on
a n cum paper which gives wonderful
realism In the llesh tones, and the
modeling or tho figures Is as perlect
ns any achievement of a devotee or
the brush ami palette.
The harsh, unsympathetic envoi
usually associated with photographs.
Is missing. The alabaster Mesh tone
of the average photograph, lauded In
story but decidedly unnatural mid un
pleasing to tho eye, Is absent. And yet
tho pictures aro not "fuzzltypes":
many of (hem might he monochrome
lepfoiluctlons of "old masters."
The collection was made on the ord
tr of the Alaska-Yukon Commission
ers. It will ho hung nt the exposition
as the "Ourrey Collection."
MANY SEE HORNED
New Off.cers of Elks'
A largo attendance of Klks saw the
last Initiation muter the direction of
Kxnltctl Hitler W. II. Jlclnerny last
night In Klks' Hall. The candidate
was J. Morton Htggs, and his entrance
Into the herd marked the closo or one
of tho most successful administrations
of No. (110.
Installation ceremonies followed the
Initiation mid the olllcers-elect were
inducted Into olllco by Past Kxnlted
Ruler Geo. II, Angus, who acted as
Grand Kxnlted Ruler. The following
uro Iho new olllcers for the ensuing
Kxnlted Hitler, K, A. Doathltl; Kb
teemed Leading Knight, .las. I). Dough
erty; Ksteemed Loyal. Knight, Geo, T
Kluegel; Ksteemed Lecturing Knight
W. 1. Robinson: Secietnry. II. C. Kast-
on; Trenmirer, M. II. Drummoiid; Til
er, Geo. O'Neill, Tho representative to
tho Grand Lodge Is Harry K, .Murray,
with W. II, Jlclnerny ns alternate.
WEDS AND QUITS
HIS JODJS KING
American's Bride Eefuscs to Go With
Him to Christmas Island, so
Her Husband Gives Up
l.afuyette, Intl.. March 19. An
nouncement was received here today
that .John Davis .Murray, a I'urduo
Unlveislty graduato, who became King
of Chtisttnas Island, in tho I'ncllU
ocean near Singapore, nearly two
years ugo, would abdicate because his
nowly wedded wife refused to bu
t Q,u.e,. Announcement of his nbdlca'
,(m ralno ,,lm, ,,., t)l0 u,0i t)f
WHrt r tils marriage to JIIss Margaret
Mc.Mlckeu of London. It seems that
the lady Is very domestic in her tastes
nnd prefers to live In tho retirement
of her homo rather than to reign as
Queen over an Island.
The island Is owned hy mi Kngllsh
syndicate and its deisislts of phos
phate aro among Iho most valuable In
the world. Tho mines aro woiked by
natives, and because of their tradition!
and their Inability to recognize any
thing short of absolute authority, Jlur
lay was made King of the islands and
formally Invested with tho title.
2)VuFor Sale" 'cards at Bulletin.
The PRICE of this Fine New
Is Easily Within Your Reach
THERE ARE LOTS OF PEOPLE on these Islands who have long wanted to buy a
piano, bit who have always felt the price of n good one to be out of reach. We
wnnt to get acquainted with these people right away, for we have now n PIANO
THAT WILL INTEREST THEM ALL. It i the wonderful BOUDOIR, made for
us by the Columbus Piano Co., Columbus, Ohio. It lias G 1-3 Full Octaves, dropping the
extreme .upper anl lower notes (never used anvhow) and requiring a somewhat smaller case
than usual. Ever part, outside nnd inside, from top ta bottom, is strictly first-class. The
general appeorano: and the tone are both nwa" ABOVE THE ORDINARY.
.. 23- WE WANT YOU TO COME IN AND SEE THE NEW BOUDOIR.
If not ready to buy now, wc have a plan whereby wc can rent you one nnd hnvc the
rent apply on the purchase price later. Better hurry, though, for the stock is limited.
Bergstrom Music Co., Ltd.
A large and representative com
pany of women gathered on Wednct
day afternoon on Hie roomy lannl oi
Tho I'leasanton to attend a meeting
of the Hawaiian branch of tho Wom
an 'n National Rivers and Harbors
Congress, and of all who ate li'toi
ested in the work of Conservutloi..
.Mrs. Augustus Knudsen, vice ptei
dent for Hawaii, presided, mid report
ed on tho growing interest In tho
movement ns evidenced by the grow
ing membership of tho organization.
It Is hut four weeks since tho first
meeting on tho subject was held, and
blnco then 93 Individual and two
clubs hnvo Joined the Woman's Na
tional Hlvers and Harbors CongresJ,
bringing tho total membership In
Honolulu up to 232.
.Mrs. W. W. Hall, regent of the
Aloha Chapter of the Daughters of
Iho American Itevolitlion, read a pa
per from the text, "No Man Llveth
to Himself," and by apt stories Il
lustrated tho need of preserving for
future generations the diminishing
lesources of our once richly wooded
and watered laud. She spoke of Hie That William Is the goods.
Interest taken In tho work by the D And you uro there to pull the push
A. H. and of their decision to niter Out of the recent woods,
a prize to tho students of Oahu Col-'Nobody says a word hut praise,
lege and the JIcKlnley High School. Tho North mid South nnlto
for the best essay on Conservation. In nno broad sentiment, to wit:
The llrst club to Join tho Woman's That you'to all right, all right.
National Itivors and Harbors Con- Hut, Hill,
gross was tho Ktimuwclu Club, a club Somebody's going to Jump on you;
of teachers organized last summer for We feel In In the air,
summer camping and outings. ' Tho And presently you'll get n Jar.
Idea originated with Mr. Augustus And know that something's theic.
Knudsen, who made possible the first You're trying to do your level best.
camping trip, to the little forest basin Hut mind, It won't ho long
of Kumuwchi, far up In the beautiful Until you've done snmo sort of deed
Walmea Canyon of Kauai. JIIss M In- Somebody'll think Is wrong.
nle Heed lead a vivid description of And then you'll get It, good nnd hard
the camp and Its surroundings und I'or having rudely thrown
orfeied some "Suggestions" on behalf Sonto other man's opinion down
of the club, notably the establish- And holding up your own.
iitetit of public camping places und It's bound to bo that way because
the organization of summer camping It always Is, and what
Bchools, ami the Introduction of In- s always Is always, although
Boctlvorous, perching bong-birds, rs A now man's on tho spot.
recommended hy Mr. Van Dine, tho Do what you will,
Federal entomologist. iTho best or 111,
JIIss Lulu Law, president of tho No matter what you do
Normal Conservation Chili, told of t''t ready now to take It. Hill,
tho Interest U mo.ubers are taking Somebody's going to Jump on you.
In tho subject and of thelt efforts to
lit themselves to cducato the children
of the schools nnd to arouse their en
thusiasm in Couserviltlon.
.Mrs. F. JI. Swanzy read an Inter
esting paper on "Tho Value of the
Hawaiian Forests," noting the sad
destruction of valuable timber, and
tho steps tnkeu by the Hawaiian Leg
islature for tho extension nnd preser
vation of the lorests, und the Impor
tance of creating such public senti
ment as shall carry the wotk still
The closing paper was read by JIrs.
Walter F. Frear on "The Spirit of
Conservation In the Home." She em
phasized the opportunities of the
mother of n family In the practice of
domestic and therapeutic economy.
and In helping to create public opin
ion through such educative liilluence
ns only a mother can exert.
Tho next Conservation meeting
will be held In June.
TO PRESIDENT TAFT
Somebody's going to Jump on you,
Hut when, or where, or how,
Or why he's going to do It, Hill,
Nobody knows Just now.
Thero's no good reason why ho should,
As far ns can ho seen.
For everything In sight thus far
Is mighty nice und clean.
The whole dam nation seems lo think
Who will be tho first?
What will It bo for?
Wliy eliould litem be pivico
When there can bo war?
W. J. LAMl'TON,
111 tho Now York World.
Tho Ilulletln I'tthllshlng Co.. Ltd.
Dear Sirs: 1 now write lo thiink
you very much for tho beautiful belt
pin, which you've sent me. All my
friends admired It, and I cettaln'.y
appreciate It niybelf. ,
Again thanking you, and wishing
you all Muds of success lit your bus
iness, I remain,
Yours sincerely, '.
I.IZZIK TKN SUM KAIL
Honolulu, .March 31, HUiH.
Ilulletln Pub. Co., Ltd.
Dear Sirs: l'lcase accept my
thanks for the pretty pin you havo
sent me. It will always bo to inn
as a token of lemembrnnre.
Again thanking you for your kind
ness, I remain,
MI-ntCY K. AKAU.
Koltnla. HuWoll, ;
April 2, 190U.
): v e n 1 n g Ilulletln, Honolulu.
Gentlemen: Tho work done by
inn for vour nailer was dmin most
gladly regnrdless of results, I thank
you for your token of appreciation
and your gooil wishes for tlto future.
Hllo, Hawaii, April 2, 1909.
Mr. C. (1. Hockiis, Iluslness JlKr.,
13 v o u I li g 11 u 1 1 e 1 1 n .
Dear Mr. Hockus: I nm taking tho
means through you to' thank' tho
livening Ilulletln for the
pretty pin and assure you It will ho .
greatly appreciated. 1 was Indeed
surprised when I received It, for such
n pretty token was nut expected.
Again thanking you, I remain,
Sincerely yours, ,
In n suit for (10,000 brought by
JIrs, Annie Inner against tlio Public
Service Hallway Company at Newark
the company set up the defense that
tho fall JIrs, isner received and the
I consequent Injury were caused by
high heels on her shoes. This ile
' fense was set up In a similar suit
tried tecently and, as In that rase,
, the company won,
. W-K'AcNk- v.us