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CVKNINO UULLETIN, HONOLULU. It. T.. Hit DAY. APRIL ZB, K'il
. u pr WANTS SITUATIONS WANTED. BltuallonH nnil Help Wanted VANTED A limn now emntoyod wants tu better himself; ocr nix yearn' experience) In office woik. Ail Itvss W., tills office. 2127-lw WANTED Ily young man, clerical posltiou of any kind; first-class Isl and references. II. F., this ulllcc. 212C-1W WANTED-Fosltloti In oinee by )oung man. handy with type-writer. Has macblue. Address 0. 11.. this o 111 re. 12s-lw. WANTED lly experienced man of 2J occupation as bookkeeper, storo rlerk, night watchman, lima or any other position; remuneration $00 up: flrst-rnto Island reforenees. Apply I. O. bo 23. 212 l-tf WANTED Ily a young lady, situation as stenographer and typewriter; ref erences. Address T., Uullctlu offlco 2103-tf . ; ttt ; Ad In this column will be Inserted ' .. . ... ... per ne, one nseri on. . . . . .ae r-v v w im.h ..w.,. . . ...... Prr line, ono week 30c i Per ll.ie, two weeks 40c Per line, one month 60c This t the cheapest advertising tver offered tiic people of Honolulu. SPECIAL NOTICES. DOWERS' MERCHANT PATROL AND CONFIDENT XL AGENCY Night watrluni n ruinlshcd for buildings, biuln'ss property and residences. 03Ico nnil Residence- School St.; P. O Uox 284; Tel. White 3091. ANTED VANTEU First i lass .lift's. King street. bnrber. 11 2130-lw WANTED Pupils. Mine. V. Lam bert, the fashionable French dress maker Irom Vurls. will open n nbool fur oung ladles desirous ot learning the'nrt, teaching u system entirely her own. l'arlors. SOC Cos ton Illdg. 2120 iw WANT your whiskers anipututed? Go to Jeffs. Ho haes for 15c; 5 white barbers. 43 King St. 2011-tf TO LBT. FOR RENT Vi ry iiimi.iIiI'- futullied in- unfurnished runin In prtvntu liouw-: aim furnished rooms fur liuuK-keiptiig; benutliul location two minuter' walk nl pustoffleo. Ad dusa llo 'Jltf. 1. t). 2123-tf FOR RENT A Fiuull iiutslje mom 7.60 month; also latve room suit able for two. Hill School, between Koit and Htmiin. 2l3'i 1 TOR RCMT Very ileslr.ihle fuininh--il wioniK, prltnti' fimlly. 1I.J Mil ler St. nr. Iliuu. full ntli r .", oVIoUc. 21.M-1 TO LET Seven iikuii lottngo on uung St. nr. Kei'iuinioku: Military piuiublni. right of May In Herein nia. Apply 1317 lleietanla. .'Iliotl FOR RENT Light, nhy looms with good table board ut $ii..riO per week. Mrs. MtCmtncy. Bin Hotel St. iliUMw FOR RENT Furnished looms en nilto with privilege uf light hiiiihekeeping, at the Isbiud Hotel. 711 Fort Si. Ituouis 23(. ."ue, TGi . $ pur night. J 212'Mf I TO LET You know that I'.ii hei u'a Dandruff Kilter Is a mnnclluiis quick relief for Killing scalps, ouu uppUcutloii alia) the awlul itching. At Union limber Shop. TO LET I'uuil loom, two beds, with lourd; ou nr line; xulluhle for two young mun. Temih reami'iable. Ad diei, 7.. this office. 2129-tw TO LET Coltugu on I'linehbowl St.", odeiu Inipiiiveiiieiitn Apply to A. , (1. Uunba, 2d hoitse iiImis- Moiuion Churdi. Fluor matted. 212C-lm TOR RENT Voiy denlnibb- imiurulsh--d rooms In pilvjte liuui-e; bujutl rill lucntliiu; v.'llliln two minutes' , wulk ot iMistolfuu. Address Hon l'i, 1'. O. 212JH 1 HONOLULU HOTEL Furnished Itoouis. light and airy; Jl 'M tu $2.o0 per wci-k; hot and told baths; best board In the city. i FOR RENT Second Htory of brilk bulUIng on Heretaulu street. net to Progress Illoik; 1.1 looms with washbasins In each, connected with fc'ower, nnd wired for electric, lights; ' fcUltuMu for lodgings; ut $75 per muath ou two yea is' lease. Address Frank Il.istace, 'i lieiotiinln St. I 2120-lf j TO LET Rooms Nos. 11 mid 12. Mc Irtym Iliilldlug. formerly biiiipled by Vlckto'b Art Kxblblt. Apply to U V. Illshnp. at O.'llriiwor & Co.'s. I 3117-tr ' TO LET House on Y'oung Strctit nt preaent occupied by W. Nenlliam, 1:30... near McCully Tinct. Hus tin en sleeping tooms, bath, hot und cold water. Apply K. V. HMiop, at C. Ilrower & Cu. 2U7-tt TO LET Itesldonco or .). Casaldy, Walklkl: furnished: good bathing. I Apply Wnterlmusu ii l'oduore. Uc-ih-1 fl aod King Sts. 21u5-tf i 10 COTTAGES on Vlneutd St. nr. Nuuaou; six looms each; patent W. C. Apply Joaqiilm Sllva, Klniiu St. ppp. Queen's Hospital. 2120-tf HELP NV ANTED. Attn, will be InKcrteU PRIIE. VANTED A nttrso girl to take caro of 3-munths oltl baby. Apply '239 Matlock Avenue. 12-tf. TO UBT. TO LET Nlcefuly furnished nxims at 1142 Adams lane, bark of Klltp. Suit nble for families. 2t2Mw ' .,sNc.at ,..,,., 5 roora ond 1at, :-i off I.lllha, near School St. Apply P. J. Russell, Mngoon lihlg. Sslf TO LET Uoomy bath tub, with cither j hot or cold water anu nil modern Improvements, tall at Silent liar ber Shop. 2019-tf ! . 10 LET Cottages off Sihool St. nr. Nminnit, $15 and $10. 1. II It.' Straueb. 32 Campbell block, SIC Kort St. 210S-ira TO LET Mosquito proof rooms, on suite or single; telephone, etc. i llerotanla Ave. eur. Knaumoku. 211ulf FOR RENT-- Large front room for KPIltlemau or couple. Aci-ominoda- (Ions for light housekeeping If re- , (,.,irt.u. , ,sl Nuuauu Av,.., jU9t I above-Vliiei.-uJ. JUU-tf i TO LET New house on Ucrctonta I nod Arterlan St.; dining and two I bcdroonn, kitchen nnd bath. Apply UC0 Fort St. 2101-ltn TO LET rumMied room at 144 tier- etnula St. near Furt; table buard If desired. 21011m TO LET-rumlshrd rooms at Mrs. MeConneTs. Onrd-n lano. 2035-tf POH SALE. FOR SALE Choir-,- nrhtles ot fCRNS In baskets und pots cut urn" also, lkgonlas nnd Caladl niui Mm i: M. TAYLOR, 730 Kl nan St.; Ttl. White 3231. 2130-lm TOR SALE A soiici mare; good fnm ll hore. gintle and good diher. lltittuHuu Tnidlng t'o., Loe llldg. 2130-lw TOR SALEr-Oood llnwalluii bled tnd i illi Imrm al-n biiirg). for sale. "Wrlti-' iiiimi-iilntil. P. O. box S.1.1, Cll. ' 21W-H 1 TOR SALE Chi up. a "y-iooin lodging lioue good lorailiiu, eleitile lights! iiml btilhn; uwner has other busi- Ilel, eiiij give nsy teliUH. AddleSN V. (). box 2S2. 2129 tf FOR SALE (loud Mpiaie pluuo, b low 7f. Applj 777 Furt St. 2127-lw FOR SALE I Loilg. A: Hhlplc) power lathe, 1 ill 111 piefh, 1 ppu culti r, i ut.i up (u i-i Inelies; nil lie iv m.i ililneH. non on liand In Honolulu; i.l'.i one Httum luiiiuh. W. It. 1'iilu. l'liniihou. 2I2CU rOR SALE-TWO lM-iroM mnde .... . ! "7 ...."", It " "' ; jn jtiPtfc (iltl'tl, (UUIl U.I I IV iik and gentle, jmlng ten to t quarts n day uxfi of rich mill, .ivc, Ap ply to Cuilfurulu Fei il Co. 2lld-tr i FOR SALE A good ll.ibcuc ru'iVr-tln-il nuiiibmit; neuil) new. ' II, MtClellnu, 10-1 Stangeiiwnld Mdg. 2121-lw i FOR SALE "3(1 cnih of alunble piup-i-ity at I'carl City, luiprovetnents 3 good hoiiseM. i lei- mill, artesian well. Retiring ft nit trees. S acres Hii.lnble for gardening. Ililaiueuu- HAZELWOOD MARKET del- cultivation In rice. Fur purtliu- Fort St., near Kuuul tars apply to J. A.msirong, 1'earl , Fruits nud Tobniros. I C"- L'1-Jl..ml A GRAND OPPORTUNITY A small I cash payment and only $15 per I montii will gtt uu n nice house nud lot ou Kumiwnl road' ur. I.lllha St. I Few lots left. Iiiqnlro Boon. I'. IJ, It. Strain h. 32 Campbell ul!,..3!C Fort St. 2U8-2W KM r.... pure bred'- his. .Voril.iip btrnlni, S3 . ' T FOR SALE b'a i Mluu pi r sc-.iliu- Jeffs. -13 King St. 21111-lin FOR SALE Coral nek r(.i filling. Ad dress R. M. Human, at Hulk-tin of ! Heo. 1991-tf ; ROOM AINU ttOAfVL). HELEN'S COURT fl.uk in i:ite; ' iiiiiIi-i- new mauai..-iiii ut; strictly ' tin t ilass; Ih'bt air) mosquito proof ! loUIUH. .Mlh. J lllli;gin. THE LOS ANGELES 1523 Fort St.; nosvly fuinlrthed rooms, mosquito ' proof; terms roatonnido. 1930 tf! L.OJST. LOST CcillllMite No, 533 Tor four hliurt'H In the Hur.olulu Iuestment Co., Ltd. Return to olTico of tho lompuny. JuUd llldg. 2128 1W LOST Curt button of Kiil.ul nut with gold htrup. "Aloha" cugruved ilpou It. Itowiird if it till in il tu thlsiuincu. 13rt-lv. LOST A ladles' gray broadcloth cape, lined with grii) silk. Kewnnl lor return tu llulletlii offlco. 212.". lw POUND. FOUND Insurance against tho break ago of plate glasH at The Honolulu Investment Co. 2n.',Mf Ft inn (lie-nlaiid'H lc) mountains To Iddla's uir.U struml. The priaehiT und the gunboat Now Haul hand lu baud. To spei'il the tiny v. til Ii heathens. With iiihida no mom perplexed, Will HUtlli down (OUM-ltcd, And, bcllir still, annexed. Puck.' BUSINESS DIRECTORY ATTORNEYS. KELLETT & ROBINSON Attorneys-nl-tatw; Room 11 Mngoon bldg.; Phono Main 153. e. M. unoOKS--..Uorncy: rooms 9-10, Sprockets bids.; Tel. Main 344. CARLOS A. LONG Attorney; 15 Kna huiunnu St : Tel. iSl Main. M. DAVID80N Attorncy-at-Law; 109 Kaabumanu Bt. 1AHDNER K. WILDER Attorncy-at law Kanhumanu St. BUILDERS. UcDONALDA LANGSTON Contract ore nud nullilpra; 118 Union St. BICYCLE REPAIRING. A. COWAN 11RB Union St., opp. Parlflc Club; sundries, etc. BROKERS. E. J. WALKER Coffee Drokefj roam t iprecl els bldg. CARRIAGES.. PACIFIC VEHICLE A 8UPPLY CO. Fine carriages, wagons, harness nnd whips; Herctanla near Fort St, 3 CLOTHIi.G. THT KASH CO., LTD. Two stores '. t'i lloiel Si nnd eor. Fort & Hotel. CIGARS AND TOBACCO. ELKS BUILDING, OlC Miller Street. CHIHOPODI3T. C0"NS removed without pain by D. , niomsoii. expert Chiropodist, of- flees at 11 Garden lane. 2110-lm CONVEYANCING. CONVEYANCING Charges reason alilu. Itoom 10 Mclntyro Ulock. DENTISTS. ALBERT B. CLARK, D.D.S. Cir. Rcr rtnnla and Miller; hours ! to 4. DR. ALBERT E. NICHOLS Dentist, 1104 alakca St.; olllco hours, 9 to 4. DR. DERBY Dentist; Fort nnd Hotel Sts.; Gas administered for extracting ENGINEER8. E. TAPPAN TANNATT Civil and electrical engineer; olllce, J 31 3 Wil der Ave.; Ttl. 3141 Uluo. Room I, Spii-ckels" Mock. DRESSMAKING. MADAME M. LAMBERT, tho stylish French Dressmaker fiom l'arls, hns leiiiuved her dresHinaklng parlors l urn tho coiner of Vlneynrd nnd l uuciibowl streets to tho Huston building, room 30C. whero shu will iMimwu bt pleased to see lur patrons und1 their friends. 2113-1.0, ENGRAVERS. W. BEAKBANE Cam engraving and slnmplng: room a. l..(q bldg. EXPRESS. MERCHANTS' PARCEL DELIVERY I ?."'. ? ?"!' Waverlc, blk,; Tel. 21 Uluo: pkgs. called for nnd dcl'd FRATERNAL. DAMIEN COUNCIL, NO. CC3 Young Men's Institute, meets every second nnd fourth Wednesday In tho month. GROCERIES. J. E :. GOEAs llerntnnln near Emma .; Tel. 2312 Mup. r St J. SALTER Snecppsor (o Salter & Walty: 712 Fort St., Orjihoum blk.; rel. CS1 Mm). , CO J 2311s -Groceries, HARNESS AND SADDLERY. MANFG. HARNESS CO. Corner Fort und King Sts.; Tel. Math 228. P. O. box S22. CALIFORNIA HARNESS SHOP Fort St.. ppp. Club Stnbles: P. O. box 791. HOTELS. PAC";,IC HoyEI-7,,,1!,- i'nUin ?' "Ilto Pn.lfle Club. Newly riltetli.li.il Kuiitiut nun i.ullr. ..n fuuilsbiil looms; iiiuhqulto proof: c'leuilc lights; hot and lold wnlur; I',i h' i.ass table board. Mis. Haua, Prop. JEWELER. "" THOS. LIND3AY Mfg. Jeweler nnd wnieiiinaiier; WM Fort St.; Lava bldg.; latest In novelties. 3 LODGINGS. UNION HOUSE Mis. Whetler. pro piliUor; luinlslied and unfurnish ed rooms, also rooms for light l.oiihi-keupliig, Lnlou St., above Ho tel St. 1 LIQUORS. HONOLULU PRIMO OR BOCK BEER 10c nt tho PANTHEON. MESSENGER SERVICE. TERRITORIAL VICE Union 301 Main. MESSENGER SL ur Hotel.; 8ER. To!. MILLINERY. HAWLEY'S MILLINERY PARLORS tiio latest In mllllncryAotc.; Itoaton , lil.lic Tnl 9111 Ilnl,, I MUSIC. MR. JAMEC SHERIDAN Piano tuner anil n-palier; No. .143 King St. near Opera House. Olderri ut Wall. Nlch ids Cu. and at the Hawaiian Hook t Alusli- Stole, .Merchant St. IOLANI QUINTET II. P. Hatflcdd. Mgr. .Music for nil occasions. KiiiiI'h Htueelo; Tel. M. 231, L K MOANA QUINTET CLUB Music for nil occasions, Leave orders Ilerg btrom Music Co.; J. S. Kills, Mgr. ANNIS MONTAGUE TURNER Vocal Inntructor; "Mlguon. 1024 Ilorotn. nla St. E. K. KAAI Teachnr of string Inatrn- rucntu; studio, Lovo bldg, Fort St. MANUFACTURERS. BYRNE & LIVINGSTONE Rop. Ame rican Manf's, Itootn 8 Progress blk.; Tel. Main 131. PHY8ICIANS. DR. SLOGQCTT nyo, Ear, Noao and Thoat; olllco at Eyo and Ear Infirm nry, Alakca Ht. Houts 9 a. m. to 4 p. in. OR. FRED. W. HODGINS Eyo. Kar, Noso nnd Throat only; olllco Alakca St. lately occupied by Dr. Murruy: ofTlco hours 9 a. in. to I p. ro. KATHARINE J. MaeKAY, M.D., CM. -S20 neretanla Ave.; Tel. Uluo 3551. DR. WM. G. ROGERS Eye. Ear. Noso nnd Throat, 11 IC Alakea St. PLUMPING. ANTONE PILARES A CO. Plumbers and Tinsmiths, All kinds of sani tary work. Sewer connections a specialty. Cnanjcs to suit tho times. Corner Vineyard and Enlma. I PAINTER AND PAPERHANOER V. H. POUL3EN minting nnd paper hanging Territory Stables. King St. HEAL ESTAiE. P. E. R. STRAUCH Iteal Estate handled to best ndvautngt; houses rented; loans negotiated; money In vested on best securities. 32 Camp bell lunik Mi; Fort street. JUDD &. CO., LTD. tlullillng lots auj residences lor sale: 307 Btangen wald bldg.; Tel. 223 Main. M. G. SILVA Agent for real estate also to grant marrlago licenses' KR Merchant St.: Tel Main 11B. STRAW HATS. E. MORIKUCHI 14 Hotel St., nr. Nu uanii. Felt, straw, pannmn hats STENOGRAPHERS. (STENOGRAPHY and typewrltlngncat- i mm uci-unueiy uouu ui Hawaiian Hotel by Miss Noble. SALOONb FRESH RAINIER BEER on draught 10c at the PANTHEON. TAILORS. ALBERT BERNDT Tailoring and re pairing; Elka bldg, B16 Miller St. WATCHMAKERS. G. DIETZ Watchmaker ami Jeweler, lOCfi Hotel St. J. W. A. REDHOUSE Watch and chronometer maker: 7 Merchant St. ,. .h. .... . X AN III. MA I AH AIM A lllnUlj LMIIrlllilti SUQAn caTATE3), MA0NIFICt:NT SCENERY, BEAUTIFUL DRIVES, SHIPPING FACILITIES, ETC. STABLES. ORDER rig from Pioneer Slablos. Hlo gant turnouts: TeK-pbnuo No. 12fi. GENERAL STORES. LAHAINA STORE Lumber. Whol sale Liquors, Muichandlfco. C. I). Olsen, Miiiiiicer. PHYSICIANS. DR. WILLIAM PETERS Physician nnd snrceon: Labulna. Maul. DRAYAGE. G. H. DUNN Kxpress and drayago: Agt Wilder and Intur-tsland.Ttd. 113. HOTELS. .STOP at Ploneur Hotel. Excellent nc- commodatlo.iH. (1. Freeland, Mgr. NOTARY PUBLIC. O. H. DUNN Notary Public, Convey ances. Deputv Tax Collector, Legal Documents. Oflico rioornmcnt bldg Ijf JM-CI NO FLAT BOTTLES At the Dinner Table A Diluler for Wine STILL wIcim nro mado spark ling when mixed with 1 white rook water They are. In this way. given n test and life, unoquuled except by the best champagne. Tho diner out ur tho gentleman who must entertain much nt his club, will do well to nota that tho ta ble will bo supplied with this water. It Is given a prominent placn on tho wlno list ot tho most exclusive cluba In America, and has been honored by Presi dential approval when served at the Inaugutal Ball Ranquct In Washington. The palato of epi cures Is gratified to tho utmost by WHITE ROCK WATER. W. G. Peacock & Co,, Ltd, AGENTS. Beaver Lunch Rooms Fort St., bet. Queen unit Mcrcliuiet Breakfast. Lunch and Dinner Served. Everything first-class. Complcto lint Key West and Domestic Clflan alwuyi on banJ, H. J, NOLTE, - Proprietor, The betrothal of Prime Mlik-i of Montenegro, brother of the (lipcn or ! Italy, tu Mile-. Nathalie Coiistiumvltih " l'olllta f Kfnu Alexander of rieru.i has bt-tu olllciull) niinouucid. a'jiin ,r '''mwmmmiAimAmmitvmNmmm wWwWlL JtW Mm rii i r fmi i T ifirTr TTTBlMriTJwiTir - tkJs. GENERAL LORD METHUEN. General Paul Snufoid Methuen, whoso icceut defeat and capture by Dclarey, the Doer commandant, are reckoned ns one of the most severe blows sustained by the llrltlsh In South Africa, mnkes a much better lord than soldier. This Is his second severe defeat by General Delurey. Tho Urst was at Mngersfonteln. when lie wns trying to go to the relief of Klmhirlcy. On that occasion the UrltMi lost b-'U men. How the President's Mail IS HANDLED Citizens ot Hawaii who have been deluging the mulls with lettcis to Roosevelt should reniKhe fcllowlng ac t omit of ho-v the President's mall Is handled: If the Pip-tdonl of the Unlte-1 Stntes were obliged '.' pay postage on eveiy piece of mul! matter sent out from t!i3 White Hon the cxrence would nnirurl t one-sixth of 1:13 tal.iry. Since President Roosevelt haa been In olllie the n-nll uddresstd to the Chl-f Magistrate ha- b.en tho heaviest In hltory. and It Is steadily growing lather thar. dlmlnlthlng In propor tions. Probably no other one man In the world locelves cery day In the )ear so many letters as arc -sent to the Piesldent of the United States, unit very certainly no other man receives employed typewriting the Ictteis die tat communications of such tatted char- cj by the I'rchldent anil his secretaries. aiter. At Hi prisent time nnywheie finni 500 to !O00 letters arc ii-celved at me nunc iio-jsi! eveiy oay. in nuui- tlon to this hundreds of pleies of printed matter are iccelicd ecry day. in lonsit'Pi and answer the 3Ui),0eO ciimi.iunlcati ins which come to the i'lpihunt lias dellicrcd Jan Impoitant presidential mansion each jear ic-1 nrtUics or sent a message to Congrebj, qulies the almost tontlnuous senli-cs lend i-ougrntiilntory lcttus and teh or upward o( a dozen men. This, too, giams to the White House, all leielve wltlioiit taking Into coiisldeintlon thu letteis of ail:novlcil,;en.ciit and thanks empUijes of 'he general postolllce at which uio piuitlcally Identical. Washington ho aie detailed to dls-' ti Unite the Pi ' al-tent's mall. The general public, and pjitkulailj ; the feminine portion of It. appeals to The first u't-ii In the handling of the chcilsh the belief that, whuciu thim Wtilie Hoi. . mail ut its destination Is no possibility that a Icttti can leach Is taken b) the ttustcd en,plo)e or the the I'lccldent Inviolate, tlicie Is a itit Whlle IIuiisp who makes lluce or tour sonable suiety that a nnbjii e to a Irirn dally to the poUolllco to seeiiiu member of his Immediate family will the mall. Upon the arrival of tin. let- leach lis ilpjt.nntlmi unn. ,.i.-.it,.,i ti,i. teis at Hip WliUe Hotine tlie are turn- e-d our to dera whoso tote duty Is to oiien tin- . ii.i-lopcs and iiniold the loiters. Tie- niiitnuiuliations next .aa In ii i-leik wl'-j ni-sorls tlio missiles. Many or tl:i icituu pntaln tu what n Igbt bct-rmid routine goicrniueulM iiiiiilr-, aii'i in- tinned over to one or nniilhir of r! - executive departments. 'llu gret bull; of the President's mall goes lu his Ni-'tPtailcs ami most of It thiv ati'iver 'in-r their own signatures without tier f.-oiibllng the busy clilef uiaglstiiue wuli the matter. 'I he I'nslilent docs pot perute per- aonnlly one-t-iith of the letters which aie aldirsu'd to him Indrcd. fifty , rominuiiliutlonk a day is a liberal est!-1 iiii.iv in me iiuiiiuer which eomes tin- dei- bis eye Tbe lMtcis which by reason of their seeming inii'oitancc or the doubt of the ' Another Important and decidedly nr-secretarle-j as to their proper dltposl- duoits duty which has fallen to the lot tlon do finally pass the gauntlet mid i or Mr, Loeb Is the management or the tome Into the bunds of the President voluminous correspondence cnuneotcil iuim-1-ii .ue iiispubiu in one or thiee wa.m In the i ascs or ninny or them ho turns the letters over lo the secretaries with an Indication of the character ot ' tin reply to be bent. To a tew or the lettuu the Pipsldent ellctatcs icpllcs whli Ii he signs personally, and to a mi.i limited number of pcrsonul friends tie pens eeiuildeiillal lEtteis. President ltmiiiu-lt wi-ltns viiy few nutoirraiih Mi III Is. ' Niiiutully sa h Insirlptlons ns "Per 'huiiiil" an, Tuvate ' cannot be regard . d In opening the White Hoi.bo mall, but tbe.e uro ways In which the In jltluted lino liiMiie thtlr lommiinlen mIooh r.Hihlng tlm Prejldei.t peisjn jnll) 'I he approved plan 13 for the writer 111 piu.-e tlm Initials or name lu i.titogmpli in tho lower left-hand eoi ner ut the envelope. For Instance, a onfldi-itlnl note ftom tho President's ppi-siuial friend. Senator Lodge, bears In the ii.rnir the Initials H. C. I.. In 11 iimjoilty of cases the piuvlslon of thi'w mfeguards Is superlliiotis, for th rleik who opciiB tho mall lias como b 1 xpetlenep to recognlzo Instantly tho handwriting of the relatives and lull- By White House Clerks i mate friends of the Chief Kxecutive, and their letters go through without molestation, hoiiittliiiis Individuals not personally known to the Piesldint, but who hnve learned of the plan In vogue, seek tu icnch his ear by plating their Initials on a missive, or occasionally they cen ituoit to the ruse of alllxlng tlu Initials o KOint, m:n l.nnv.-n In J fliun t, ,1, Chlcr Magistrate. Siuh' crTorts neierN avail, however, for If the deception Is nut ilfte.-ttd by the nsiortlng ileik. the schemers letter Is turned back Into the piopcr channel by the Piejldent when lie detects Its charaiter. The work of answering the predden ilnl mall Is a lank of herculean pio poittouu. An effoit Is inaUelo acknowl edge In some manner every communi cation sent to tho While House. Flc or six stenographers aie constantlv Nutuially, gitai numbers of Ittteis can be answered by what ale Known as lorins Hint is plirakcologj ar- ranged tu covei any and all Inquiries ou In lerlaln subject. Fur lustnnie, the muulietls of people, who, alter tho Is utter fallacy, foievoiy letter ud- dicmEil lo Mis. Kootevelt or ut.y or the chlldien paeses through e-Mie'tly the sail e clmii'ipl as dorj tho .v.ail dejlui-d for tho head of every household, and the chances that It will ever euiae un- dei the t)e of the lutcr.ilt.-i leilplent i-'e quite us remote, The gcueial niail for tl.e uuloi.s numbeis uf te Hooseielt tnK.oeliold mi.st all come under the aeiiitiny oi Assistant Sccielnry Wll'lam Loeb Jr. populaily known ns the "I'lesldeiit's rltht-hand mun." and the ,u.,i ,.,i. titles at tho Whlto Houtu nud the pt eminence Into which Miss Alice Hooievelt has been, brought by the christening of the Kalaer'a yacht and outer events Hhb necers tate.l tbe lie. i votlon or an unprecedented amount ot time to this class of corrcminn,!.,,,,.,. wim social activities at the White House. Every rich man or any piomlncnco In Ameilca receives dully n number ot Iho oddest requests Imaginable, but It l safe to say that the communications In no case comparo In novelty and ab- muuiiy witti tiio curiosities which crowd the White House mall bags. There are letters humorous and sad. missives pleading and threatening and communications o f prates and censure. Many or tho letters received aio Infi nitely sail, but n fnr greater number aro lu some degree linllciuus. Moat numerous possibly are tho ap peals of piisunu who wish the pre-,' diiiit to aid Hit m to se ure uosdloi , olUier In the government service o, e!.,cwheie The leggliis letteis ' form 'a vast proportion, ranging all tho way from the Importunities of professional I'CSgais to the requests of churches and charltnble organlntttona seeking subscriptions. It limy bo noted that every appeal for nld which bcais tho slightest evi dence uf possible worthiness is turned ucr to some chnrltable organization In the community from which It has emanated. , Ureal quantities of anonymous let tora nic leeched and a surprisingly large number of nppcals como from persons who seek to enlist the aid of the I'lFEldcnt In paying bff mortgages. Finally, there nro tho threatening and "crank" letters of vatlous kinds, and the number of communications ot this kind rcrcUcd Is simply astound ing. Compnrat(c!y a small portion of them, howeer, are deemed of suMtlent Importance to warrant investigation by the gtrrct service. .Many of the letters addressed to tho Prislilent arc Induced by newspaper (or.inunt. A striking evidence of this ivu3 iiiforilcd recently wiicn an Item went the l mauls of the press tu tho uqect that tho White House was In- fratcd with rnta. No sooner had pub licity been given the report than theic wus nil iiMtluiicho of letters lccum minding vnrllius plans fur getting I Kl of tae rodents. Mannfui tuicrs of rat poisons and tra,s ilrnatcd their wares, and one oiiclloun iltl.cn sent live cats which were ilulaicd to be tiimous nit catch ei.i. This latter iluuatlon still further compile atcd maltctu lor the coircs ponrtciHeorpe, for a report was print ed to the effect that the ferities were being peiccMitcd by Jack, the Whlto ilouee dog, and this hi ought a number of Indignant piotests from sympathetic ladles, who elcnounced as an outrage the supposed cruelty. From the day the announcement was made that Miss Alice lioosevcll had been chonen to christen the yacht of the Cieraian Cmperor the letteis ad dressed to the daughter of the Whlto House Increased In number until they threatened to rival those addressed to the 1'itsldent himself. Many of tho pereous who wrote to MIsj Alice offer ed suggestions relative to the launch ing. Many lndlco bisought her to liso water Instead of wine In the christen ing, and other suggested thnt the bap tism be mado with flowers. The President. .Mrs. Roosevelt and Miss Alice have all thiee come in for most gcncious attention on the part of merchants nnd manufacturers seen Ing the Indorsement of articles or va rious kinds. Mis. Roosevelt receives proffers or sufflelent cntables to stoc-K ii grocery store, and both ladlen are deluged with the wares of sonpmukeis ami inanufnctuiers or toilet prcp.ua tlous. many or whom plead Tor In ilortcments. Any gifts which uie re colica nt the White House with u re quest for Indorsements aie linmedl utily ictiiinctl. it will doubtlcso surprise many per sona to lcam that threatening and ele- niimlntoiy letteis uio sentto tne la dles of the presidential household as wen as to the Chief Kxccutlie. Thus Miss Kouscitit's participation In the chiiatening or tho Kmperor's yacht has bi ought forth not a few rabid explo sions from cranks who uie agllatctl by anything touchlug cien remotely mon archical Institutions. One member of what might be teim cd the correspondence bin can at the While Hoiike ecotcs his llmo lo dip plug the niaikcd aitlclcs iclallve to tho i'rtEldent and to pasting these etiacis lu huge sorapbooks. President liooecvelt Is enllhe his pre decessor lu his mctlioihi oi keeping in touch with public opinion. The late Piesldent McKlnlcy was wont to older the submission to him of eieiy publi cation of uny prominence which com mented on topics bearing upon national policy. Pieahlent Rooacielt docs not do this, but he U a gicat newspaper rendei and thus keeps pretty closely in toeich with nlTalis generally. 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