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EVKN1N0 BULLETIN, HONOLULU, 7. II., SATuRDAY, FfiD. 5, 1910.
The Reception and Dance of Iho W. Ordwjy Is n blsler ol Dr. goulder,
n. Cattle'. uil will ioiiu.li In Honolulu (liu ic
Palmhyrst tho bcaiitllul homo of malnuei- of Iho winter,
Mr. nml Mro. William lllch mis Cattle,
was n hl.uo of brilliant Il,;ht mil Ma " P- Woo.l, Se-irolnry of the Pro
rii tho oveilng of Thurida.' rebuury million Cuinaililce, nnl Mrs. Wood,
3rd. when tho guests b'djen to inlay leuiinoi to Honolulu b:i tho Maltura,
thl hoiulta Ity of Mr. and Mm. Ca-tlo'vvcdae.da), rtbuiiuy tetoiid, lifter
were nBsctnbled. .Thil'v.c.a recalvc-it
In the boautlful drilling lo-uii by Mr.
Castle and his dtuu.iter 'Hsu Ileitilco.
nnd his niece, la Ma.-giiet CJt.le.,
Mr. Caetlo, on ac iu.it of ho. uml
Invalid Btnte, was ii 11.01O tJ bj pro"i
which was a Bre.it illgjppoHtmcnl to
tho guests, who nro nl.vayj ploi
he In tho society of th'a 1jc y wo
un. Tho decoration of the i i
ent'rely In ioios. f it J tr mil
bowls as we.l as bu,...-i Vlc.i ihi
loom. CnltJIcabra, with p.... Milk
ihaiUa nub lues tho light and lent an
nddttlonil charm to tils biwcr of
beauty. Miss Ooitrlce CaMlo tha
ilaucliler of Iho Itni'Lo vaa !tJnadi
In r.tnkKatlti rnibn Komi In ni'Ci im I
liutturfllci. nnd wore n link sinnslal
ocjinpt. which mido a most becoming or Ainjor my i"j,.u.u tr U. S. A,
teituniO Miss Marrjiiet Castlo v.ore.wl.o lias biii b.o.ul i.iUicd by he
n pilo blua s.iti.i tunic o3cct enibolllsh- friends hc.c. wlle.c rfho U il jeuoia
cd with lace, nnl n wreath of pink r.noilte. Latest mhkes me not io
lores linlshe.l what was a fitting iratb u-surlnu, but uflor Iho winter, whUli
for this prcttj youns girl Tho spr-Iaui has Lean uuu utlly bevute In tho
Rfounds prcsrntal nn Mitt nl ?30Ct Stale, Is immu!. It Is hope J that
with tho iiiyrlada of electric Hulita Mis Itiy wl.l ully fium Iili-scdoas
cnc.ircl In Ciilueno cocrliiRi. Com IndlEpoJltlon, ami a rpscdy ictovety
mcncln nt tho entraiicn. up both sldca will iiuu I tr lo Uiii to lltinolulu, .1
of Iho diUowuy to tho niantlon vit certainty In thn near fiitme.
hiinc with tluna Huhts. alnvist thamlnuj Mra. liv.in?, -rflfe of LI. Cj.'im-indur
tho nun In their Irtlllinc) mid ri i!: ni; cf the Nuiy 1. u nc:U at th'. Voting.
it a sceno not soon forRattrn A fiinn-j - t
tain In oao pirt nf Iho siounJn iiia.iu Mr. r.nt! Mis. C. II. Luf'.t!:i of Wsil
ii'iilc with It? tln'tlliiK play nf water, lul.ti, Mm I, an tho Rtinjts of 0 is
At tho cnlritnco r.-eainpy af lncs and tnr and Mm. C 11. Wtol u:i Thins
hambo-i undo an extremely ntlrn',tl'e
riot for tho c in lasaa and nutn'n(ib',lC3
lo tltposlt thel" filr frolsht. On tho
Walkll I side tf tho housn wis rrcctc 1
n laKO pail'lcn reprei,entln? a con
KTMtnry. This paill'tm wa3 fenttMin
nl with mallo and iimlla-. and banked
with bamboo and pilnit. Tho wooden
stiucturo cmild not ba man bo com
pletely w.ik It tnvured with Its woalth
of ttuplral folhso. Tills wa3 also
llchted with c ectrlc bulba encaeed In
ImniUrniD JapjncBo lanterns, which
wero purchased In the Orient during
tho traels of tho Custlcc. Ono cud of
tho pax lllou wus latllcod and covered
with tl-leaes nnd xlnes. A larso or
nnrco treo growInR outside and laden
with tho golden fruit was lighted by
electric Klubes, gllngi a beautiful ef
fect. A pjatform terecned with palnu
nnd tropical xerdnro was occupied by
tho muslclanr, who discoursed such
sweet music a.) Is rarely hoard.
Thoce who assisted the host
hostess were Jlr. and Mrs. t J. l0!u? ,0 Jln lno Banani commantier,
Iiwrcy. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Kennedy. I ttni "e KulU eueas of the Moana
Major and Mrs. Wadhams Judgu and hotc!- "heto their filends will find
Mrs. Whitney, Mies Irmsard Cthacfer, "" They ar" receiving much nt
MUs Cross, Miss Vora Damon, Mlsi lentlim, and many plans nro being
Hademnn. Mr. Alfred Castle. Mr. formed to cntortaln theso tllstlngu-
Kic1cr!cU Lowrcy. Mr. Shcrwool
Lnwrcy. Mr. Harold Cattle Mr. W.
Qroenvvall nf Hawaii. JHfs lloloman
woro a jcliow drryod c'lhfoi givv.i
which vas very pittty; XHes Damon
a sen loam g ecu opang'el net; Mrs.
Whitney, blue chiffon with h:o trim
mings; Mrs. Waducms b'at V. satin
embroidered clabj.ate!) In ci.t "M
Mrs. Kennedy wma an r-mbroldnred
crepo. Puuch was served nn iho cenil
clraalar land x;hlch wis a bowor(of
tioplcil plints. A corps of trained
Wnlteii' ervod tcfrcthmeiitc In tho
e'egantjy aprolnted dlnlh room,
x;h!ch wat ei lovol In Its grcou and
red cirnatlons distributed around ths
room In profiiLloii,
A,nion (ho gioita wcr; Goveincv
end Mrs near, Jui'go onl .Mrs. Whit
ii"y, Mr. and Mn KioJ Iiwrey Mr.i
mil Mrs. Kfiml.' Admiral 2:1 1 Mr?.!
Co.'v'n Kveb i..,ci.ral T'r'cl P'ipe,
Mr, a-ul Mm. G utavo BUmerer, Mr.
uaroii Castle, Mr. ami Mr:.. Harol 1
nilllDBham Mr. r.nd Mis. Gorsi decorated In tlmllax nnd carnations.
Iivies MV. nnl Mie, Vn'ter IIolTiinii. Tho guests picsont wcio: Captain
J'jjor and Mra. Wadhar.li. MUs nnj Mis. Marlx, their niece. Mlsa
Dlancho finpor Mr. and Mrs. 3. Hall Stephens, nnd Mies Van Schuyver of
Juli;n uml Mm. A. Wilder, Mr. ami Portland, O10.
Mrx. Fiul Cawscn, Mr .nnd Mrs. Ham
Wll.ler Mr. rnd Mrs. James Wlldor One of tho cnjoynblo dlnnerB or
MU?s M. Damon, Llout. Hoses, Mr, nnl the week, was glvon by General and
Mrs. L Paxoi IliBhop, Llout. Chilton, Mro. McClollan, nnd tho Misses Mc-U-'
and Mn. Cooper, Llout. Pcrdoo, ciollan, on Wednesday evening, In
I lent, Hnjiiii". Mr. and Mrs. Sutton, (...'or "f Mlm Alice Kollv. of Vlrgl
lit. How a, Lieut. MneMI'Ion Mi nla. Thoro xvero present besides tho
WlthmiMi Mr. Page, Mr. Wn'tur Dill- uem of honor, Miss lleatrlco Castlo.
Inshtm Mr Sherwood Lov.ey Mr Lt. Hollies, Lt. Phil Sheridan, Miss
l'toderlek Lowrcy, Mr. nnd Mra. Ar- siuikcoii. Lt. Lnndenborger, Capt.
Ibur Iliown IJeut. Kllgn Mr 911 1 nxlon anl Coiulr. and Mrs. Sarcont.
M3. Janus Dougherty Ooo t I'ultor,
A r'islt'nuqn Mr. I' !. Mi.'!e"in
Mr. Ilcif Cl'r: V- " i
V-'. An 'eraon JlIs'eR ri o!hr Wood
ID",rti'r.m l'l'lier Schiytor Sturgimi
Uo;!l jx-'v Wltmlio'ihO (2) MtQlol
hn (2) ' 'oStockor (2) J. White,
uuii,tiii, .mtu .uu,-iui-.ui', ii.ui uiuuie.
Wi 1 , Upon U ' nth Jp Fob in-- tho forty
Ei" from thrj- ("mpowry crnnnomtnt
Fn J. n...l n. , ,...l nl. ll.l- t'l.a.l.r
and one;, nidi nnliir tholr llbeily
which 1III b'lna thsn In contact with
Iho woild lit li.T Thoy will 'remain
In Hcnnlul 1 11 till tho callln nf tho
Alamedi mi Hb'ti'iy i'3fil. DurliiK
their fitjuii ii here th'y w'Jl'glvo fou,-
iimlcil poifnimanera v.hUh wli jii
doubt 'ifi'orJ g oil plei it e to '.ho mil-
tlo lo orn ut Hoiinlupi Thsy will pa
rade ,l i.nlcrtilkO a number of
rthlet'f cnn'osta en lo btny In oth
er )Hi2ii'tn of a son it nature). I
M.. ?'ii .Mis Ii ." Otdwxy and
tlif. t' 0 iiiT"r,ii lb' MIuch ISIzn
b"th and I'l"ii Orl? y of Windiest
r1'" JfaT'tlin-silB are iacont arrivals
tnj .v.o hnit'o g 10 ti2 of il'e Dr. Doro-
j lovely wife.
F - ZTZZZT!T" ii'', 1 LJmT2L. " . ' . '' J"' i 1 J l ' ' ?PMNMMUU ,.BU-UMBHH,-aHH.
mi cMetidtd tour of tho Orlont. Mr,
Wood will rcuuuo his dutlca, ntiulThero '" J"" twclvo ti.blc. 1ilor
r.lru a,d.t in the plans for the 1 loiul
I'nitiUo, luu.nui) tuciii)-so..oiid.
On Tn'."ny coin);, Kihmnry
eighth, Mr. Huco Herder, will give a
Idllg it itui at litu lUxullder lutllli,
... U , l.lil.l lie W. y.ijCIlt wif.
liiiu ilL.ic, (,llj, Haifa U tl'hncfcr,
iL w . a Mil i' Jtiluius ai.il Mrs.
i leii, Ci.ul. a m.tik.tl i.tm Is Le
vi, u . in v iiu iMiitc i'i uail thtri-
- - -.. bl lue u.n Mutiny of henrlng
lh03t h. ul .mii.liliii..
.x . .. ,u UuvktuiT turn mfwrvn,
Mull re- ul U otpmed .it uu'.l"
ecniinuea iiii iy or .Mip 11 ,, wire
Lt. Hantaan, commonly liiiown'l.i
tbo Nnxy m llaii,i llaitliT.iu" Is on
ilia If S 3 Wen Vliclnln and It bo
Ing wclctmed by r. Voit of frlcmli.
V k M
Mr and Mi'. T. C!. TJ'vlos lift on
tho Mauni Kph for llili.n Tftcul.iy
Mn.. II I. ZcltiimK.'r wlfo of Lieu
tenant Cdinniiiiilri- of tho U. S. S
West Virginia ant'.cd letently nnd Is
slopptm; it the .Mo.u Hotel where
Eho Is quite at homo, ns tho Zeliror
mclrcrs havo boon In Iloiniltilu a num
ber of tlrrox and an always welcomrd
by the miny IrlenJs they hae made
end they lire nlwajs extensively en
tertalncd whl o in pciL
Mrs. Tick and Mlaa rhk, wife nnd
daughter f Captain llradley A. Fisk,
c r' Il,uiiu i: ig ino lenuet'e. iiavu
'cl Kueils nhllo they nro sojourn-
Mrs. Ulb-on and Mlsa Otb-on an
nmcni; thi pasaongorj I'hn wrlll depart
en Tue-day tjio Sth of Tobiuary, on
the Maun i Kca for HUo and a visit to
Mre. Dixon, who has been spend
ing the creator part of the winter In
Honolulu with rC!atlvo3, left on tho
Alameda, Wednesday, for her home
Tho Hodomaii-Caetle nuptials have
been postponed until 'Wednesday,
l'ebiuary tho.slxtconth, when a qulot
mniitjgo coremeny will be celcbrat-
Tho Wnrdrconi OH'crs of tho U.
S. 3. West Vliglul.i, cntci tallied In
huner of Captain nnd Mib. Mnrlx,
v.ejne.-d.iy evening. Tho table wna
Mr. anl fir?. Alexander Vo,m? ha 0
u'piofl alt Incd tho innlverEaty nf
poii firry vmiii of nnrr.el Wo. lu
a fovv weeks thoy will co ebrato thr r.
golPen wiiTillnt nt 'Vlilch tlnu '
will bo eiu roMido 1 by tholr chlldron
nn 1 gitinit cuiiiiiuu xvua win pauiri 1
pato (n tho colbr
-w li Jcix but !uv pro IV
Mr. nil Mis. Vn
iiato In tho colhr.it'on 1 nrlvlllir
i Ma sed with.
"rands Clay woto
iimon-,' tho o'l-nbnr of Irlnd iieiinlw
v.ho reiurncii on thu SIbcila iu Kji-
d-y Jnntuiy 3Ut. '
Mr. I". C. Atherton left on -the
Mtuni Xea for n visit ta tho volcano,
anl to Join his family, who havo boen
xlatvlng tho wonders of Kllnttea for
Cr. and Mrs. Charles Cooper's Drldge
Satuulay Dr. and Mrs. Chirles nry
put Cooper cntirtalne 1 nt hrldgo nl
tholr Nuinntt valle.' homo In honor of
Mies Prober of New York. Ths
house Innkod ntt-netho In fngcnnt
(lowers and maldenhilr. Seven tables
wero nnangod for tho guests, and ov
Mis qulsito pilzcs wero awa: Jed. Ainoiig
thoo present wero: Mnjor mid Mra.
Running, Mr, and Mrs. Chat. Wilder
Major and Mrs. Wndhamn, Mrs. E. D.
Tcitnoy, Mr. nnd Mrs. O. It. Olson,
Mr. and Mrs. Hnnnoy Scott, Jlr. nnd
Mis. Halih l'nrstcr. Mr. nnd Mrs.
Prossor, Mist Thatcher, Miss Prosper
Mlrs Wlrkstium, MIki Ai;no3 Walker
Mr. II. Walker I.lcut. flilllnn Lieut.
Stockimn Lieut. W. C. IV-kc.
Cnp.aln and M a. CalT" enter
tains nt n b'rl illnno- Tiit'ii'- uvn
In t lu hono. uf Mr. and Mrs. Ucorgo
Mr r.nd Mrs. J. Mort m II'cm will
entp-'taln this ofenlnc ul bridge'
ill lliu uuilllll UK' vuuilil 1UIKS v.lll
d.ilico. n nnttxe nulntet hjvlni heart I
CiiKiROri, TM" finollo'i ' 'i -"i.en'' WAHHINaTON, Jnn. 31. Tliroug.t
In honor of Mrs. Itlgst' birthday. I n micce.sluii of Bhocks the leglstallre,
,, illplonialic nnd official life of Wash-
cHiirnay i-unain h. urinal R-ne
h .Mi, , . n rti. "V thm, in
his ship tho Crklnc A. Phclpi, In
honor oflho -us.ir faotor.i of Honolulu.
Pho wis hl,pcd piln'ed nnd n final
mat or whlto vni E.fcn In honor of
Hit' ocnt ihus niittliiR her best foot'f
foiward mi this mcmorablo occasion.! sldent f while consorvallvo to the
A perfect menu wis tered. nn I many :pont of ciltlelam will co to cx-
perfect menu wis tered. nn I many:
i-u.ii. bud;, .in. oxcn-iiiKUH. r.iauor-,
nlo .it .ingenio.ils of crimson carna-
oiii givo a ii-illi xnt touch of. conr
'!m atlncllVH table,
r-iii iin ex-Rorrnor Clcghorn Ital-
ji-n ('.'ii y' .'bat'fer, Mr. Dlwnr.I Ten-
nrv t ri "ii'-'nr sir. u rixon
''hnti r l'1-..r x'i'. Klobahn Mr.
"n'l"'" 'tr 'fiini' rn Mr. Itenbe.-g.
"r t'lii'lcs vilte 'nu, Mr. John Draw,
'r, r, : P.'vtnn Mr T. rooko Mr! J.
Wot hoti-c x'". r xt. "-'wnnzy Mr.
i 'ii,, -- ,-n"l ten I King sugir
rclor wn (..urr tn turiv-it tho I!rs-
kin- xt. Phc'i.t piopirntoty for her
on ica xcige.
ALIENS COMT: OVE1" AH
ST,on!?: TICCN DESERT
WSI1IT.T0N D 0., Jan. 18.
t'ul iiwnic that nlioug lu the gulsa
i'f allure nic rnniing Into th9 United
f.iir. fiaudiilctitly, tho Immigration
(JJ. inlr nVn nnibli" to provpnt mich
practlc'. Petty omccra of trans-At-
Innth vo-scls permit tho enlistment
pf f-l3Tinn, nnd when they reach
American shores thoy nro given
shore leave, Dfiortlou follows nnd
tho nlluis to nnln. The sublcct will
(i.m bo bir.iight to thn nttcutlou of
C'ongicsi. with n view of remedial
An effective rfnifily for tho prac
tice. It Is slid, would bo to subject
iK-nmon ta the provisions of the im
migiatlnn laws, and to require them
r, hnio documontal proof that thyi
no ATierlran clilzons before nllow
Ipg thnro leavo.
illy the decision of the Supreme
court n veur iigo In tho case of the
United States against Taylor the eer
xlfe. It was stated, roeclvcd n dnm
nslng blow, .which was pirtly, res
poriBlblc for existing contlltlonsThe
court held In (lint cnto ihnt the Im
mlgiatlon lawj vvcro not Intended to
apply tp nllenc engaged bona fide as
pallois on tinna ocean vessels, that It
was. a mniillmo custom to permit
sti'lors shore leave, nnd that tho
mnstcr had no idea when this was
gi anted that tho man intended to
How much louder It sounds when
como one else Blams the door! -
A settlement has been reached re
garding the HnnkowrSzcchuen rail
way loan of $30,000,000.
THE HOME BEER
' , Be as panicular about your home
beer as about the food for your table.
Ail beer has a great many good -
-.qia'ities about it; some beer con
. tains impurities that counteract the
g o'.i effects.
In Primo Beer, brewed in Hono
lulu to suit the climate, you get the .
good without the harm.
A tonic and a food aged to a
perfect flavor, sterilized and filtered '
a Pure Beer. That is the best
, "kind of a food and tonic for you, -and
any db'ctor will tell y6u so.
Order for your family use
AJ tM 1S14 U ' . E 3ii1IBiMiii m
; Sidelight on Character
! Or Prejident As Seen
JJly John E. Monk).
Wnrhllllttil'i Cit. I nulif II ill Rvnnlnif
' fcidn i,as como to a hcU6r del.
""1ln8 of President T.ift duilnj
,,, . , ,. ,, . ,,
l ,0 ""f month "1J '" lll l"0
vl0l,s nlno monilis of his occupancy
' 'ho White Hoiue.
It has been learned that llio Trc-
point of ciltlelam will bo
llerne toilRthl to foieo Ills vlows up.
tn the IcttlHlators; thut volcanic
depths of wrath nio hidden under
the'fiimous smile nnd ready to brcan
forth when cherished plans are
tlileatoupd; that tradition Is revered
but customs Inconsistent with tho
President's senso of comfort uro not
No previous President ex or went
F0 'nr ns ,0 ,lrn" for Congress lcgls-
Inlloh ho desired should bo enacted.
President Tnft has dono this wltli
nmondments to tho Intcrstato Com
merce law, tho conservation laws,
and tho Federal Incorporation law
act. With his completed bills In
hand he has scut for tho chairmen
of tho committees to which they
must bo referred 111 tho House and
Senate and asked them to Introduce
and father,, the bills.
Tho unconventional llooscvelt nov-
or took so advanced n position. In
general terms llooscvelt outlined his
legislative desires In spcclal'mcHsagcs,
nnd trusted to mcmbeis of Congress
(o draft n bill satisfactory to him.
If the bill did not please him Rooso
xelt xvas novcr chary In telling hU
displeasure and In giving grounds
for his opposition. This courso was
responsible far many Interesting
letters to -Individuals and ninny mes
sages to Congress.
Cuts Out Mcsisget. '
President Tnft proposes writing
fewer messages to Congress than did
his predecctBor. Ho has adopted
another legislative course. Ills mes
sages on legislation are so drawn as
to carry an outline of tho draft of a
bill and to make doubly sure ho an
nounces a blllrhas been prepared un
der his supervision, approved by him,
nnd can lie 1 had for the asking.
The President's plan has provoked
much comment and some criticism
In Congress, and tins not been attend
ed with thnt success the President's
friends had hoped for It. For In
stance, Chairman Mann, of the Iloir.o
committee 013 Interstate and Foieign
Commerce, would not accept and
stand sponsor for the 'resident's
bills on amendments to tho railroad
rnto law and for rerter.il Incorpora
tion of Interstate coryoiailoii, Mr.
Mnnn has n different Idea from tho
President as to change In be made
TKr Tcnr Tha'c
J Touif the CUmevte
&&&. ' fj j&m&i&M
THAT TAFT HAS DONE.
In tha oxlsttng law. Tho Prcsldont have to seo them first," oald ho. "The
had to get Charles K. Townsend, of President surely can not expect us to
Mlchlgnn, to present his bills, thoro- ptako up his bills uud support them
by losing tho prestlgo for tho bills until wn know what they are." Mon
thuy would havo gained by having J dell took no clinnccn. Ho Is opposed
them indented by the chairman of
Ftnh: Oh of Bill).
And so with hU bills on conserva
tion of the nattxal resources on the
public domain. Chnlrman Mondell,
rf tin committee on Public Lands,
would l.nxe nothing to do with them
I lalnly declaring I1I3 opposition to
them. The Picsldcnt bus found no
rne willing to stand for them. This
tndlctitof a lic'c nf administration
leaders In the Home. It miy bn
bcciurc the Prnrldont hns not sought
lo divide the Houie Into administra
tion and antl-adnilnls'tratlon forcc3.
Ileproeiititlvo Volstead, 'Minneso
ta, second on tho Mondc'.l committee.
has not been rppienched to fathoi'
tho couscivatlnn bills. "I would
..".,... . ' ',. ','.... 'Mii- i. .k, Vi, ' V:.''xT,;, , . ;.
to the administration plan of conser
vation and grasped the flr3t oppoi
tunlty to let It be known. And the
President," Understanding, telephoned
Mr. Mondell ho need not worry him
self nboiit the matter. Tho Presi
dent is (surveying tho grounds for a
Roping Off Rank,
Tho shock to tho diplomats and of
ficial Washington hns been adminis
tered by tho President lu changes In
tho conduct of reception nnd in dis
tinguishing rank. Tho President
docs not like tho crush that marked
I he Roosevelt receptions nnd la lim
iting tho number of invited gues's
at each function. He will havo got
ten around to all he desires to honor
only when the Inst function of the
Benson shall havo been held.
At the diplomatic reception the
President had roped off a Bpeclul re
servation for Ambassadors, the Min
isters and other diplomats of lesser
degrco being excluded from this sv
cred picclnct. This Is a new feature
at White Houie receptions nnd lt
caused an unpleasant diplomatic In
cident. Tho Spanish Minister le-
Elrcd to Join tho Ambassadors but was
ruled out. A protest waa can lot to
the President but tho latter would
nial.o 110 exception. In tho case.
The Spanish Minister complalneJ
of discourteous treatment mid noti
fied his government at Mudiid. 1'iie
iccult has been a transfer of '..to
Minister to Lisbon, nnd the probabil
ity of the sending to this country of
n minister of far less oxallcd rank In
Sp-ilu. Other Mlulstors havo taken
the mutter up xvlth their homo gov
ernment's and It may bo the Ameri
can diplomatic berth "may not bo bo
eagerly tau5ht by foreign diplomats.
At the must rocent reception the
Pitsidcnt in'roduced another now
custom. After the lino of callers had
muhsoiI bin, liA left.tilB nost nt rlio
licn'd of the rocelvlng iclumn und
ciiculalcd fitely nmong his gucets.
Tho ctlloru wandeicd from room to
irtuii, msnt of .them fioely einoliii'
tho contents of a huge bowl of chain
pngne puuih that formed tho contei
plece rf tho lllito Hoom.
Mlncles With Crowd.
Tho Picsllcnt mudo his wn front
gioup to giottp, greeting erch nrm
tordlall ni;d spending a few worn-
cuts In tunveiSiiMun, It vn noticed
tlio Proildetit did not seek the puuri
bowl, butr ho did not linn from thnca
uninng .l.la guents wltu had dotio bo,
This nctio.i by tho Piosldout lobbed
tho function of nurli of thi rormal
Uy that hsa dlstingtilUicd lll.o nf
fuliH under lecont ndmlnl3tr.it!on,
nml ravo to It an Intlmite turn that
And Ihen, whon tho midnight hour
i;rd coma tho Hod Ilnom was claared
Pf Its furniture, lb. Mnrlno Iluid
wus ordered to itrIKo up tho dunco
music, nnd n danpo was o'anUed X3.
Iho benefit nml plcjruio of tho
vnu:ij.'"r a'uoii; l!io Proildent's ra1J
e"3. Theio ii n itiinoi, cuofiilly
nnidcd, that when tho ciiiiU hal
"Blown le, ii'ul ths-o we s fovvor to
bco tho Piesidout took one of tho
rnlrest or tho girls for a turn on the
it is no secret the President dances
well. For a heavy man he has been
pionounccd one of the lightest men
oli his feet In a dance ever Been at
a White House function. In this
connection It may be stated that ,
not since the time of President Ar-I
thur has there been a dancing Pre-
Bldent. President Arthur was ac
complished in nil the graces and arts,
of tho perfectly appointed Boclety
The White House family and chil
dren were made tho' happier nt
Christmas by tho President's Impa
tience with custom hedging about
tho Chief Executive ;For Hired days
boforo the holiday the President
vent afoot Into tho crowded streets
and stores of Washington gathering
together tho Christmas remembrances,
ho desired fpr each. Ho dodged lit
and out through the crowds, timidly
approached the haughty salesladies,
carefully counted out his money, and
gratefully received his packages ns
did thousands of other heads of Ame
rican families on the same occasion.
Tho Piesldent thought It not be
neath his dignity that ho should car
ry homo to tho white that which
ho had bought and ho and his nld,
Capt. Uutt, came bnclt to tho Whlto
House with bulging pockets and
laden arms. There wero some among;
tho shoppers who recognized the Pre
sident and ha was given tho hearty.
Iileasant, almost Impersonal greeting
that are characteristic of men busy
with their own affairs. It was pleas
nnt to the President.
Since then he has ventured forth,
from the White Houso on many oven- J )
Ings ninj strolled through the parks- J
and grounds with Capt. Uutt as his
cole uttondant, and Capt. Uutt goes
along only for company. Tho parte
and ground keepers have grown tn
know the pen Uy pedestrian and
wntch for his coming that they may
" Unil'y Rioting at tho Pro-
D'"u"1 "v,tr " "J uo,
Clves Guards Slip.
Tho Secret Service attendants up
on tha Piosldbnt look up those night,
stiolls wltlr'liiUglvlngs but thoy can
not piuveut thorn. The PrestdouV
does not take them Into his conf-
teiiei nt tho Btattlng hour T,nl
falls to icport to them upon hla.re
1.1111. AH of, which la cunsli'sred
1 "" " ".'"" ' ;. "-'""'
BunrdlutiB of tho President's 1,01011
Callci--Snlp ft Co. havo omplovei!
me lo collo't tho bill )ou owo thonii
Ovcna You mo to bo rongintu
lntcd, Blr, on securing u. pcrmnnont
"I henr otr biothor hat become
en ne,(ir. Is ho n 'biiccoss?"
"Oh, os. Ho began -as a corpse,
and now 4 ho hns nlrcndy boon ad
vanced tn tho role of a gh03t."
Tho ::mrli.aii sad Hill Unci have
lunched nn agreement regarding
lights of wny through tho Doschutos
Vulloy In Oregon.
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