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PAItiV CAP.17AL JOURNAL; 8AUEM, OREGON; MONDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1903.
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IT WAS JUST AWFUL
Now York, Dec. 22... About twice
n. yenr tho New Yorlc smart set
breaks out In a row that la nppnr
flntly of groat Interest to the major
ity of the papulation, If one may
Judgo from tho axcltement Into
-which tho New York Journals aro Im
mediately plungod. There Is the
jnldBiirrimor row, which usually be
gins at Newport, and tho early Winter
row, which Is more nearly local. The
early wlntor row Is now on and con
onm tho awful banlBhmont Of Mrs.
Sttiyvosnnt FIbIi and Mrs. Hormair
Oelrioh from tho "not" of Mrs. Will
Jam ABtor, "tho grandmother of so
doty." Thoy woro oxoludod from the
An oxcltlng word pleturo Is pilnt
cd of Mm. Herman Oelrlch
1ny In question thus:
"Whllo the crowd of vulgar cu
rloilty-soskers was forming In front of
St Thomas' church to tee the bridal
party and guests of the Goelet-Uox-burgho
wedding, a light, low vlotorln
wns driven slowly up and down Fifth
AveniiH pnst the church and the Goe
lot mansion. Seated In the vehicle
wns a woman won ring a tan gown
trlntiriou with dark brown velvet. Her
hat was r skulling picture affair with
n dark plume. Five times she pass-'ri.
tho .church and the Goolet mauslon,
mid onch time alio pasted she gased
Into the awning with eager eyes ami
on hor brow was a fruwm She would
havo paid ntmotft any price to be able
to seo what was going In In the
church. Hut crane her neck as she
wouljl s)ie .coulij, not see us uiueh iu
the imurftit -'shopgirl."
And whllo thfs pathetic scene was
bolng onncted In New Yurie thcue
wore thjj niovoiuqnts of Mrttf Fish.:
"At the same manunt nnother wo
man waB driving through her estate
M Oarrlsons. N. Y., Inspectrng the
gathorlng of tho autumn crops and
superintending the dairy work. Of
coursa, everything Is bus.yo In the
fall. There la n largo crop of autumn
leave to bo harvostod. Tho thoughts
or tins woman, too, wero on the wod
ding In SL Thomas' church, but she
could loam only fiom the morning pa
pore noxt dny whethor May Goolot
mndo n hnndsomo bride or how many
of tho Vandorbllts woro nt tho wod
dlng." This woddlng snub Is rognrdod "ths
first gun of n social feud thnt throat
one to dlivolop Into a civil war," nnd
from this It will be seen that Now
York hns ovory roason to bo nlarmod.
There hium't been n civil war since
1806. Hut to tho point.
When Mrs. Goelet announced that
Phmt: Main 2953,
only 200 guests would he invited tc.
St. Thomns', her sister, Mrs. Cornel
lis Vnnderbllt, waj Inclined to demur.
"You .will slight n hundred of your
friends," said sho.
"I shnll Invite ovory person In Now
York who Is really woitl whllo," was
Mrs. Goelofs grim and rathor slgnifl
So Mni. FIbIi and Mrs. Oolrlchs so
long tho rival but friendly quooiiB of
tho spectacular sot, aro not "worth
while!" How tho high strung Mrs.
Fish and tho hnughtly Tosslo Fair
Oelrlchs must rosont this snub from
tho plump widow I
"Not worth whllo!" nettor a torront
of abuso than to bo dismissed with
this curt phrase.
Worso than tills, those two frlonds
mint faco (i more dreadful danger
than tho contempt of Mrs. Goelet. '
Mrs Astor. tho grand old woman of'to pergon8 m0Ht lntoroiltoil ln
society who sightly controls all Im- tll0 Mri,. f1bU cnn milKe rMnarki
nor ant Inv Ita Ion lists, approvetl th'tImt wl caU80 on8 to t nn(J
snubbing of Mr,. Pish and Mrm Ool- throw thl at them80lV9fl Juit for
"Y""' luuusiii ui in is. '
un uiuuiiy uittKes nit noitieet social,
aspirant turn pale nnd Instantly cap
Itulu'e. How can Mrs. Fish nnd Mn.
Oelrlchs. rnnrneaona tlinnpli thuv nr I
light against the AstorGoelet combl
usiii. iiuiiisL me AHiur-uueiei camui ' """ """ ""'
nations, with Its ramifications of Van, h01'8 net by saying:
derbllts. Van Alenu. Wilsons and Ger "l 'n rlval of Mr8- Astor?
ryb? It looks like an utter rout for,"!-'1' S1,a ls 8i ,0nr8 ol,L"
the two women who were once anions 'T1,e 0ol8ts! Yes, they
the two women who were once among j
Mrs. Astors wannest friends.
The boycott declared by the socjety
tiust on the two . papular matrons
dates back to the Newport fracaj that J
Mpj. Fish was responsible for. .They
get bored down at Newport just as
they do elsewhere. The smart sat
once In n while tires of monkey din
uens and private loop-the-foop parties,
aud when such resources for amuse
ment are exhausted, tho leaders get
Into plain, ordinary qunrroU, Just as
bUtor and Just as undignified as the
''soraps" botwoon ilsh-wlvos. Mrs.
Fish had boon "spoiling" for a flcht
all lust summer boforo sho had a ronl
I good exouso for one. .Since she nnd
Mrs. John It. Drexel quarreled at Nloe
sho has had no row to enliven her.
'and consequently folt rathor dull. At
last her opportunity camo.
Mrs. Jones Coneoaled Her Rage.
Mrs. Pemliroko Jones, Mrs, Flsji't
juonrosi rrionu, was to give a must
oalo. Through Mrs. Fish's Influence
Mm Ogdon Mllte ngrcod to stand up
with Mrs. Jonos and Mrs. Fish. It
was to bo the effort of Mrs. Jones'
life, nnd she had a loop-tho-loop bull!
put In hor yard to entortaln hor
guests. It was just thon that Mrs.
Tou did not send me that ordsr for printing
last month, You bad better do It now, There
is no better time to get m fresh supply of st.
Uonery than just before the new year. If you
order It soou it will bo ready for you.
tho Job Printer
Qoelet her daughter, and the captive
duke of Itoxburgho arrived from Kng
land. Mrs. Qoelet procedoed at once
to Newport and asked Mrs. Dills tc
givo a dinner to the duko tho follow
ing night tho night set for the Jones
Jlnglo. Mrs. MIIIb thoreforo dispatch
od regrets to Mrs. Pombroke Jones,
who lmmodiatoly flod in terror to Mrs.
Fish, to whom sho told tho story ol
Mrs. Mills declination and tho with
drawal of sovoral of hor cholcost
guests owing to tho Mills dlnnor. Mia.
Fish said It wns shamo for Mrs. Goe
lot to spoil tho Jonas affair. Mrs.
Jonos was moro tactful. Sho con
cealed hor rago, and was among the
first to congratulato Mrs. Goolot on
bagging a duko. Sho was fornlvon
nnd rownrdod with a seat In the third
paw at tho woddlng. ,
nut Mrs. Fish folt sho had boon
"grossly Insultod." Sho hoapod a fow
cholco blweings on tho blondo head
of Mrs Goelot and tho gray hoad of
hop atron 8aInt MrB- Aston
tl.ru. romartr. wr ,iHr..iiv nt,i
Mrs. Fish's Epigrams.
All society nnd outsldo of soalstv
know nbout Mrs. FlsH'a trip west It,
W"B on Uint trln Umt Bno tlrred up n
000 000 for their duke."
Mr j. Oelrlchs also succeded In say
"A mere matter of dollars and
cents." wns her comment on the Mlsn
Goelet and Itoxburghe engagement
"I'hnd a' sister to marry -Birdie I
mean. An American WM'good enough
for her." '
rBIrdle" Is Mrs. Willmm K. Van-
This w gall and wormwod to Mri,
Astor and to the widow of -Ochre
Doforo tho ducal woddlng all the
women who cliiBtor on tho Inner rim
of Uio ultra-fashionable set wonder
od whothor Mrs. Fish nnd Mrs. Ool
rlchs would be Invited to St. Thomas'
church. Mrs. Goelet voluntoorod no
Information nnd her friends wore too
poltto o auk.
"Whero's Mrs. Fish?" "I don't see
Toss Oolrlchs" wore murmured com
ments at tho woddlng.
Thoy woro not there but It would
belmposfltbloto measure the satisfac
tion thoy folt when they heard nnd
road of the disgraceful mob scene
that marred tho occasion and that the
wedding will linger In memory on ac
count of tho fronsled women In the
Btreet and not on account ot Its othei
But Mrs. Goelet has a greater sat
isfaction than this, Sho has had a
royal rovongo. Sho agltatod tho
country from ono end to the other
ovor tho marrlago of her daughter to
tho duko of Roxburgho. It was tho
most oxoluslvo affair of ita kind In
social history. Studied simplicity wis
to be the rule. Everybody "worth
while" was to b Invited but tho climb
ers and the. doubtful onea were to
be left unbidden. And to this assem
blage ot the elect tho Inner circle ot
thoso whoso doedB and .misdeeds aro
chronlclsd undor tho heading of so
oiety with tho big S Mrs. Fish and
Mrs. Oolrlchs ware not blddon.
Mrs. Goelet's Information.
However tho woddlng will not in
crease Mrs. Goelot's reputation as a
woman of good taste. Thoso little
printed slips describing hor soa-foam
gown and reciting archly that Miss
Qoelet rocelvod Jowols worth $1,000.-
000 were-all calculated to arouse pub
He Intereat. What woman would not
rush to seo the bride on whoio head
were heaped eight diamond tiaras
and enough Jeweled collars to clasp
the throats of Brlghnm Young's
One question romalna. To what
extent will Mrs. As.tor and Mrs. Goo
lot carry their enmity against Mrs.
Fish and Mrs. Oolrlchs? Do these two
leaders really intend to exile them for
life? Or was tho bitter snubblnc of
Tuesdny only a form of punishment
for Mrs. Fish's caustic attacks and
Mrs,. Oelrlchs' unguarded "knocks?"
Will Mrs. Astor forgive nnd bid thoso
two women to her nnnunl ball in
January? Should Sirs. Fish and Mrs.
OeJrlchs be left out of this onter
talnment the result would bo "awful
to contemplate" a one society ma
tron oxprossod It. AH tha Oelrlchs
and Fish satellites would hnVo to de
sert or go Into soclnl banishment.
Thon there is the cotillon of Mrs.
Ogdon Mills without doubt the
smartcut and most desirable of tho
season. She lnvitos a scant 1C0 awl
Mrs. Fish nnd Mrs. Oelrlchs, always
havo attonded the Mills parties.
Mm Fish and Mrs. Oolrlchs can
not retaliate. What do Mrs. Astot
and Mrs. Goelet care if they are "left
out" of the Fish dinners? The Astors
and Gaelets are stars of the first
magnitude -and 'honor" hostesses with
The iniluenco of climatic conditions
In the euro of consumption is vory
much overdrawn The poor natlent.
and tho rich patient, too, can do much
bottor at home by proper attention to
food dlgostlon, nnd a rocular course
of Gorman Syrup. Frco expectoration
In tho morning Is mndo certain by
Gorman Syrup, so is n good night's
rost and tho absence of that weak
ening cough and debilitating night
sweat Rostlosa nights nnd tho ox
haustlon duo to coughing, tho groat
ost dangor and dread of tho consump
tive, can bo provontod or stopped by
tahing Gorman Syrup liberally and
rogularly. Should you be able to go
to a warmer clime you will find thnt
of tho thousands of consumptives
thoro, tho fow who aro benefitted and
regain strength ore thoso who use
Gorman Syrup. Trial bottle, 25c; reg
ular slzo, 75c. At oil druggists. At
Dr. Stono's drug stores.
In a speech boforo tho Pcplo's
Forum In Now Rocholle a week ago,
A. Gaylord Wilshlro, editor of Wll
shire's. Magazine and a millionaire o
clallst, predlctod that within the next
twelve months this country will ex
perience one of the grcatost panics
ever known ln Its history, growlnir out
of tho overproduction or, rather, the
unequal distribution of commodities.
Mr. Wllshlre declared that the peril
can be nvortod only by the adoption
"If we wish a more equal distribu
tion of the cOmmpdltles we produce,"
hv said," "tho people must own the
mackinory, the railroads, the oil
wells, tho coal rulneg, and. other
(hlngn and own them ihrouah the
Mr. Wllthlro mid Mr. Rockofellor.
Mr Cnrnoglo nnd other industrial
klnpt wero probably tie best man to
head the various Industries thoy
represontod. and that It was not the
Individual but tho system that should
Tho meeting was nttendod bv
about a thousand people. Tho debate
wns on tho subject "Single Tax or
Socialism Which?" Ernost II. Cros-
by spoko for ilnglo tax. Ho said that
the country wns on the verge of a de
pression but he was opposed to the
adoption of socialism.
"Roraore all monopolies," he said,
that Is the solution."
For burns or scalds nothing Is more
soothing than the white of an ogg
which may be pourod over the wound
Polish women are renowned fo
their beauty, for the perfection of
their hands and the smallness of tholr
Branson & Ragan.
Keep all kinds of groceries, and
they are the best that can be found
In the city. You don't know it until
you hare tried them.
O .& Jfil 9DJO "FT -I 2s .
(Start tU vy Tin IH Tmj few (fop BwjB
WHY WE ARE AGENTS
Here Aro Srmo of tho Convincing
Fncta Tlmt Caused uo to Tnlco
the Agency foi tho Fulton Com
pounds. theFlt-Bt Thlngo Known
that Cure Chronic Kidney Dis
eases. rt-kt, let It bfl distinctly understood that
jrprjr oue nt the onsen 1Icht had beundlagcogpd
by one or mors pliyiloljcs as ohronlo and to
snrablet seeuwl, nolo tho certainty of thoro-
iiH no abnnn hv the recover? alio of the
frlonds tbej- told wlio wero olmllurlj afilloli'd
irlib tuppoMxl lnourablo kidney diseases.
N. W. Sp.iulJlcis, PrMldent Spauldlns Snif
On , S.tn K-Hnoliico, hud a recovery la his own
(uiul.V aud ukl cevcral otters nho ri'Cnti.oil.
A lo.pli VSuolte, oiipltikllst. Bun Franemco,
rocori rod hltnwlf uud told two friends nliu ro
l)r Curl D. Zlcle, plonoer dniSKist, M3 Pnolflc
ttrvjt. wa rrmoleco, recovon-d hlmnclf nuil
guvu It to more than a doztm patleuts who t
8'it) Ki-uuelituo, re ovored hlmitelf and tolu u to
6 uuaiujr i n uotaroil. one of them I Hug
Ct.unon F Wucl.or, the Sixth Btreet runri'lmnt
R M Wood.iilltOrWIne nno Spirit Ilevirw,
rcenvcrfd bli..v-lf and tod It to several vi.o
ruu.ivtirotl, auiumf thuin being un Oid-M:bou
L'lriird HlKTt of the Ban FrnnolnooCaM re
sov r. (I, also 'hn.-3of hi friends, vli: iHUiii)
.iiirtlu, UuptMiU llulioard of tbu Honolulu rui
BDrt Wllll.im IhvwUios of the U S Quuru.r
tonxter'K lpu-'uientot Ban Franrlico
John A. l,b.lp of tun IloUl Itepellcr, San
rruuclsro, nd two of his friends, etc. etc
Ttifl kldnt'yn ure tho eowem that strain the
(K,irNu ,iu. in .iiu njn.ciu. ,vn Ull BIRUU ihb
flurimgeniont for a short whllo, but wtrn the
In'.eif.Tcnco enoomes uhronlo (perrannent), a
Brat oxplitlned l7 llrlgbt. It Is only o rjutwilott
uf hexv lonu Uefni'u iltmlh nlll nrjKuo It N tliL-ri
onllfid lliinhtfi D;-ciiso nnd Incurable. All
OUI.VIU I.IIKUII utiniDD UUU 1UUUT..UIU. dU
blilnmr tt-iinhlfM rl-nlnn inti thn fnrm arxiut
the Si h to luth month. The nbovo cuscb vcre
lnourablo by All othur known means. I'eorle
havlnv lildueydlMiuiHixhoiildboirluat first vhb
tbeonlv knoru thlnx that will o'ire It If It 1ms
.I.A L..b,....a ...n..A r.S.l.nv- l. k ..I
r,SillnrM Hi I i
Compound U r Itrlitbt's at d Kldnev Disease-. ,
for Diabetes, II W John J Fulton Co . -,.'
Washington strret, Sab FraucMeo. sole com
poundurx S nd forpacipliKt, Wu aru the sols
sxcctj tor this olty,
Palace Pharmacy, 118 State St.
S. C. STONE, M. 0,
STONE'S DRUG STORES
The stores (two in uumbor) aro lo
cated at No. 235 nnd 297 Commorcial
stroet, and aro woli stocked with a
comploto lino of dnig and medicines,
tollot articles, porfumory, brushes,
Has had soino 25 years orporionco in
me practice or moillelno, and now
makes no chareoa for pnnniiltntlnn or
examination or prescription.
Is still hero, and no busy as over.
"Whoa your clonics aro worn and
dirty, or tho buttons off tako thom to
hor, at tho Salem Dyolng and Clean
ing Works. Repairing and rolining;
now volvot collars put on overcoats;
also four suits a month for Jl. Called
for nnd roturnod.
MriS. C. II. WALKER, Prop,
195 Commorcial Stroot.
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Sold In Salem by 8. C. Stone.
Call for Free Samples.
TIME CARD NO. 24.
No. 2 for Yaqulna:
Leaves Albany .'.,.12 :45p.m.
LGYoa Corvallis ... ... 2:00 p.m.
Arrives Yaqulna .. ..'.. :20p.m.
No. 1 Returning:
Leaves Yaqulna C:46 a.m.
Leaves Corvallis .. .,..11:30 a, m
Arrives Albany 12:15 p.m.
No, 3 for Dorelt:
Loaves Albany 7:00 a.m.
Arrives Detrol 12:20 d m.
No. 4 From Detreit:
Leavoe Dotrolt 1:00 p.m.
Arrives Albany 6:55 p.m.
Train No. 1 arives In Albany in
time to connect with the S. P. ?outh
bound train, as well as giving two or
inreo hours in Albany boforo donor.
ture of S. P. northbound train.
Train No. 2 connects with the S.
P, trains at Corvallis and Albanr h-.
Ing direct service to Newnort and i.
Train No. 3 for Detroit Brltnhn,
and other mountain resorta leavwi
Albany at 7:00 a. m reaching tv.
trolt about noon, sdvinr amni iim.
to reach the Springs same day.
tror further Information apply to
T. COOKRELL, Agent, Albany.
H. H. CRON1SB, Agwt, Corrmllis.
3 TRAINS TO THE EA8T DAILY,
From ForUund, Or,
S.1S n. m
Rtt IjlVft. r.MnAv tr.
Worth. Omaha, Knnsn.
uiij, ot. Lionis, i-nirsi(fij
0 30 p a
aH Lake, Denver Ft.
Worth, nmnhii. tr.i.ft
9 10 a a.
nty, St. l.otil, Chicago
7 -15 p. ra.
i"no, nan ace, nin.
nian, Minneapolis 8L
8 R r
Uhlcao, and HiMt.
" HOURS w
'CHTLAND TO CHICAGO
nu .nance 0 vara
OCEAW AND RIVEH SCIIBDUl
tlUallltiR datos subject
nail t;very S days
To Astoria uni Way
H n. m
Steamer Ruth loaves Salem fo?
Portland and way landings on Tue
days, Thursdays and Saturdays, about
10 n. mi M. P. BALDWIN,
For Corvallis Mondays. Wednes-
days and Fridnys about 5:30 p. m.
A. L. CRAIG, Agt.O.R.&N. Salem.
Gen. Pass. Agt Portland, Or.
Offors a cholco of THREE gateway.
KANSAS CITY, ST. JOSEPH 6t
OMAHA, to Chicago and points East
Through Standard and Touriil
sleoplng cars dally between San Frto
clsco and Chicago via Los Angeles
and El Paso.
Through Tourist Sleeper each
TUESDAY from Portland to Chicago
via Salt Lake and Colorado Springs.
Through Standard Sloenlnjt Can
daily betwoen Ogden and Chicago.
Lowost rate ln effect always avail
able via "Rock Island Svutnm"
floduced ROUND TRIP RATES in
effect on July 12, 13, 15 and 16, and
August 18, 19, 25 and 26; 90 days re
Bo euro that your tlckot reads vis
tho Great Rock Island Route.
The best nnd most reasonable din
ing car sorvlco. For Information,
GEO. W. BAINTER, T. P. A.
L. B. GORHAM, Gen Agt. 259 Alder
street. Portland Ore.
From Tacoma, Seattle, tho Pugot
Sound COtintrv nml annVnn In Hffa.
sourl river points and the Southeast
tho Burlington offers quick service.
Through traius Seattle to Kansas
City GatllniMMl with lilt' trnn nhnlr in
standard Pullman sleepers, aud last
but not least, tourist, sleepers, clean,
comfortable and cheap.
Why not take tho Southeast special
via BIJllngs and the Burlington? You
cant do better, and you might do'
A. C. 8HE-DON, General Agent
1 OO THIRD STREET.
O. C. T. C0.8 PA88ENQER
and Altona If ae for PorUaacl, Uondar,
W edne!jr and Friday at It) a, jn.
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 7 a.
m For Corvallis, Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday at 6 p. in
For Independence dally except Sunday
at p. w.
Deck: Feet of Trade Street
M. P. BALDWIN, Afit.
Capital Nonnal School
First National Bank Bnlldiar. Salem
The fal! term of twelve weeks opens
September 28, Address,
J. J. KRAPS. Sties. Or
J. Brownstein & Son.
54 State street. Highest Cash price
paid for Bides, Pelts. Wool. Tallow
iftdtsrs: also general dealer In ol3
Iroa, Rafcfceragd Metals.