POLAND: In Warsaw

Who could dance the Boston? That was what the guests of Mme. Pilsudska wanted to know. Already the fiddles were beginning; the gentlemen, in the order of a fashion lost in the U. S., and in some parts of Europe, but maintained here in the core of Warsaw society, were crossing the ballroom of the Merchants' Club to choose their partners. It was an exhilarating moment, four o'clock in the morning, the beginning of the Boston at this party given by Mme. Pilsudska, wife of Marshal Pilsudski, the "Dictator." A handsome youth...

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