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THE ' OREGON SUNDAY JOURNAL, PORTLAND. . SUNDAY MORNING, , J.IAY 12, 1C07.
iABELLE GILHAfi! SCORNS
Actress Declares That She WiJI Not Attempt to Break Into the
Inner Circle of the Four Hundred After She
' ' "y , Marries Corey.
Miss Mabelle Gllmar, Who I to Wed William Ellla Corey Early In tns
. UorcJnt May 14. " ' " '
(Hearst New by Longest Ihm4 Win.)
New York. May 1L Preparation are
going steadily forward for solemnising
the wedding of Miss - Mabelle Oilman
and William Ellis Corey, president of
the Steel trust. In the Hotel Gotham
Monday night Nearly every arrange
ment Is now complete and It is believed
that the ceremony will "be performed
during the evening. . It will be quiet
affair. ' , f t '
Miss GUman, accompanied by- bar
companion and friend, Miss Mary Shaw,
pent today In shopping. They drove
first to a well known Fifth avenue eon-H
f ectloners, and ; shortly afterward sev
eral large packages arrived at the Goth
am from that shop. V Speculation had It
that these contained wedding cake sou
venire. vr irf'j ...i'V".
! Another. visit was made to a florist's,
where there waa a hurried consultation
and then Miss GUman was driven to
a manicure establishment, where she
made a short visit ? ;
v Wo Social 0MnpaJa.
Miss Oilman told to a theatrical man
ager who waa at one time her own man
agar, something of her plans when she
shall take her place In her Fifth avenue
residence, after their honeymoon, and
when she will be mistress of the Corey
millions. It has been rumored, that Miss
Oilman waa planning a social campaign,
but this 'She denies.- Her object, she
declared 'to this man, is to establish
salon - in ; New- fork which will rival
the famous . Parisian ' salons of other
days. - What a few other New Tork wo
men have attempted to do Mlaa GUman
says she will carry through to comple
tion. . With her beauty, tact and accom
plishments her friends declare this will
"I care absolutely nothing for society
as It la known In this country," Miss
Oilman said. ' "There Is no Intereat In
it The people who Interest me are
those who have done something those
who are known in the world -of muslo,
art and literature.. I hope that my home
wilt be known as one which la fre
quented by' the best of this kind of peo
ple." ',-.. ; . -.. .
V" ' . Ths 'Bridal Gifts, -x ''",'. -4
The bridal rlfta'are. valued at II.
000,000. v In addition to these Mlaa Gil-
man will nave to be thankful for: '
, A palatial Fifth avenue home.
A ISB.000 trousseau.
A midnight marriage In the royal
suite ox tne Hotel Gotham
A $5,000 wedding supper for SO guests.
Three months' automobile honeymoon
in Europe and the knowledge that her
millionaire husband retains his place
wuu me united states Steel corpora.
. After the wedding ceremony the eon
pie will board the North German Lloyd
steamship Kaiser Wilhelm II and Uke
possession of the captain's suite, which
Is especially prepared for them. Mr.
Corey tried to secure Emperor William's
Imperial suite hut found It had been al
ready engaged by two western million'
aires. Captain". Cuppers of the Kaiser
William II heard of the steel magnate's
predicament and consented to turn over
his suite of three beautifully appointed
rooms to the newly married couple.
Palatial OuarUra. :
Mr. Corey has arranged with the
steamship officials to have meals served
In the suite, so a to escape the gaae
or passengers. The private dlnlnaroora
is eiaooraie in wmie ana gold ana cost'
ly upholstery, but even its elegance Is
dimmed somewhat by the splendor of
the sleeping apartment which la ad
Joining on the starboard side of the ship
ana tne fittings of which eost thou
sands of marka. ,
Four stewards, as well as their per
eonal valot and maid, will attend the
wants of the couple. They will leave
the ship at Cherbourg and thence travel
by motor ear to the villa which Mr.
Corey purchased for his bride. -They
will visit Nice. Monte Carlo.
Paris and ., Oatend ' and tour southern
France in a new French automobile
waiting for their arrival at Cherbourg.
Mr. Corey will absent himself from
hla duties aa president of the Steel
truat for three months. ; After " their
honeymoon the Corey will live at their
recently acquired Fifth avenue home. '
v. ; ' " .
Retirement of William J. Wallace
Signal for Lively Scrap In
PRESIDENT SAYS HE IS
. TO CHOOSE GOOD MAN
Hooseveltjpeclarea Politics Shall Not I
Enter ' Into the) Blatter an J That
New Magistrate) Will Be Selected
for Personal Qualification.
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(Hearst Mews by toastat teased Wire.)
Washington. May 11. The early re
tirement of Judge William J. Wallace,
of the second circuit of New Tork has
brought . to the White. House a warm
contest for the vacancy. H. W. Taft of
New lork talked to the prealdent today
about the filling of the vacancy, say.
ing he Is Interested only In getting a
flrst-claas man. Representative Par
sons, chairman of the New Tork Repub
lican county committee, baa already dis
cussed the subject with ths president,
and others have talked It over with him.
He has also received numerous lettera
It is understood that he will carefully
conalder ' the suggestions made, to him
before he takes action.- ?
It Is declared that the appointment Is
likely to provoke charges of political
influence, but the president hopes to
avoid this and has determined to give
most careful consideration to the whole
subject With the election of a district
Judgj to the circuit bench he probably
will select a district Judge from one of
the following mem J. Addison Toung,
at present prosoutlng attorney of West
chester county; F. W. Fellow, who waa
at one time the attorney of Harry
Thaw; Howard Thayer Kingsbury, Oli
ver C. Semple and William M. Bennett
all of New Tork county. i , , ,
. Are made for gentlemen of refinment and good taste. They have the
BOrt of style that makes them look the part.
The spring models are -now being shown and when yoii are ready to
buy your spring suit try on a Chesterfield and see if the fit, the style and
the quality of the cloth are not surprisingly better. than any clothes you !
have ever worn.
There are no clothes made In this entire country which rightly deserve
a place in the same class; ' If you have a spare moment or two drop in and
' we will be glad to prove it. You'll see how vastly superior they are over -.
any clothes you have ever seen. " ;,
PUGILIST WOULD SAVE
NEPHEW FROM DISGRACE
8. Coler, borough president of
Brooklyn, after a trip through the west
and 'talks with many ' political leaders,
announces that In his opinion William
J.' Bryan and Charles E. Hughes will be
the 1908 candidates for the presidency.
(Hearst News by tensest teased Wire.)
Washington. May 11-John U Sulli
van visited the Whit House again to
day to urge clemency , for hla nephew,
John Ik Lennon, who Is confined at Gov
ernor's Island, New York, for desertion
from the marine corps. According to
Sullivan, the boy got into bad company
and overstayed his leave three days.
Technically he was guilty of desertion
and he has been found guilty of that
charge. , - '
John I- said that he will conclude his
ineatrical engagement In two weeks and
then will go to the mud baths ta Indiana
to get rid of his rheumatism,
. "Why don't you stop eating meat, po
tatoes and such things and drink milk,
iiithla watar and auch things T". some
one aaked the ex-champlon.
"Oh. I'm not one of those vegetable
fellows, ' declared. John I, "and-1 must
have good " beefsteak, . some muttod
chops or something of that kind. I am
, " v
269-271 MORRISON ST.
dead sure I can't keep In good condition
on cabbage, salads and rica puddings."
The latest presidential boom sprung
is that for James Rudolph Garfield, sec
retary of the interior. It comes from
an Ohio congressman, who Is trying to
steer , clear of the Foraker-Taf t fight
Me says that Garfield would make a
"stem-winding" candidate: that he would
be able to cement all factions of the
would make a first-class
You can. move to a better locality-!-read
the "furnished rooms' ads In ths
occasion one I II
ORTLAND'S "BLUE RIBBON" RESIDENCE SECTION WILL BE THROWN ON THE MARKET TODAY and we have planned to make it a gala
that will long be remembered by the citizens of Oregon's metropolis. For more than two weeks we have been preparing: for the ooeninff of "-TERRACP P
" II LAND'S MOST BEAUTIFUL, ATTRACTIVE AND BEST new residence addition, and our friends 'will be delighted with the-aimouncementthat we will' serve a
; orisnviviv ra ulnaVuv f""w piwues, ice cream ana everyinmg mat goes to mane an outdoor spread what it should be. Mln case of rain lunch
eon wUl be served under cover.) We have also CHARTERED A: SPECIAL will operate between the city and 'TERRACE PARK." First
car leaves Second and Yamhill at 10 a. m. and every hour thereafter." If you cannot take our SPECIAL FREE CAR, take any "M.-V." car and it will land you at our mag
nificent tract. Come early and select your lot, which can be paid for on easy terms. At any rate come out and have luncheon with us under the beautiful trees at "Terrace
- Park." Carriages , will -be at your command for drives over the addition: "TERRACE PARK" property will treble shortly. You owe it to yourself .to get the best the citv
" - offers and vour oobortunitv lies in. 'Terrace 'Park(i't':TeUyom'Jriends and.brmty.-uem alon?. I- ' ' r
: ;the spanton company " "
OPPOSITE CHAMBER OF COMMtRCEi v 270 STARK STRF.T
Sole Agents ,
Municipal Railway 6 Improycmcnt Co. u
Office Phone Main 2828" ; Terrace Park" Phone, Tabor 1C0