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GIRL ELOPER LOOKS FOR WELCOME HOME
TUG SUNK BY STEAMER IN THE EAST RIVER
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LINER CUIS 1
SENDING ME SLEEPERS
TO BOTTOM WITH VESSEL
Thrilling Rescues of Nine After
Smaller Craft Is Sunk in
2 DRIFT ON PILOT HOUSE
Three of Those Saved Injured,
One Mortally, in Crash With
The Hed Cross liner Steprisrio, srttft
H passengers, bound up the East River
tor Halifax and St. John's N. T. struck
and sank the rhoenls bin tug Henry
1C. Stanwood. off Main street, Brooklyn,
to-day. The hull and lower sections of
the tug went to the bottom Ilk lead,
carrying down three men who were
They were rescued but one Is at the
point of death In Hudson Street Hoe
pltol. Six other men. who were at their
duties on and above the main dock of
t.ie tuff at the time of the collision,
were picked up by passing craft and
Utnde4 In rtrooklyn. Some of them re
quired hospital treatment.
Cap., Michael Tierney end Mate
Thomas CVl.oary dune to the pilot
house, which went adrift after the col
lirlon and flouted down the East Illver
with the ebb tide until they were
picked up by a tuff, Capt. Tierney suf
fered severe cuts on the head
LINER GOCS ON HEP WAV UN
INJURED. The Stephano was not Injured. Capt.
Clark anchored the liner In the Eust
River nlmost under the Williamsburg
Bridge until lie learned that the crew
of nine of the Star. wood hud been res
cued. Then he sent a brief wireless
message to his company, rained anchor
end proceeded on nil way to Halifax.
At the time of the collision the Stan
wood wns b.mnd down the river, lowing
a NOW loaded with sand. The tOW line
held and the hull and engine and boiler
of the Stanw.nd, restint! In the mud at
the bottom of the river, served as tin
anchor for the pcow for hours after the
Observers of the collision from the
Brooklyn and Williamsburg bridges jv
the ttlg Rot too close to the liner and
twang into the collision, capt. Tierney
rnys the force of the tide threw th.
bow of the Stepl.uno, which is equipped
for lee breaking In northern latitudes,
out from the shore and directly Into his
The Stephano, a nw vessel. In com
mission only a month, left her berth at
i ii it. Rrla Basin, at 11 o'clock on her
regular trip to Halifax. The tide was
strong, anil on the way up the river the
tophano was held close to the llrook
HEAVY BOW RAMMED TUG
Just after the Brooklyn lirldne was
passed tiie Btanwood waa seen bound
down and moving rapidly with the tide.
The tuff and tow were close, in. Wit
nesses say the captain of the stephano
sounded two lil.ists of his whistle.
lor some reason the tug did not ap
peur to be able to swing; out Into the
channel. The Stephano, lljj feet long
nnd moved by enfflntt oapabla of pro
ducing a speed of MaoU knots, had
eons! israble momentum when it beoamt
apparent tnat there would ho a colli-
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SMITH ELY'S WILL
GIVES $450,000 10
Former Mayor Specially Re
members Institutions That
Minister to Children.
AID FOR POOR CRIPPLES.
Sea Breeze Home Gets $50,-
ooo and Several Hospitals
Obtain Similar Bequests.
The filing of the will of Smith Ely.
former Mayor of this erty, disclosed not
only that Mr. Ely lsft s fsr greater
fortune than he was generally known
to have possessed, but that he took s
substantial interest In many charities,
most of which ministered to the suffer
ings of children the lillnd and crippled.
He left considerable bequests to s list of
such Institutions, which was regarded
by those familiar with such affairs as
selected after much study and wise con
sideration. Though the statement filed with the
will says merely that the personal and
real estate "each exceed 110,000," the be
QUSetS amount to nearly M50.000. The
will, which had already been filed In
Basel County, New Jersey, where Mr.
Ely died, was filed here to-day In the
BEQUESTS TO MANY CHURCHES
After bequeathing various sums to
memhers of his family, relatives and
personul friends, the former Mayor re-
members varl rue charities in this state
and in New Jersey In large sums.
To the Presbyterian Church of Han
over. Mi ' . I10,000 to the Olivet
Chapel, Uvlnejeton, N. J., js.ooo; Bethel
Chapel, Hanover Neck. N. J.. $5,000;
iiupiist church. Uvlngaton, N. J..
$.'.,00(1, Baptist Church, Nortbfleld, N
J.. I.'.aoi): she Morris County Children
Home. Pareippany. N J , $.'i,000: Kres ,
Air Home for Crippled Children, known
as the Sea BrootO at Coney Island,
110,000; the East Mission of the .Madi
son Square Presbyterian Church (Or,
rarkhurat's Chureh), 160,000; West
Side I'ay Nursery. New York, 110,000;
prlng Street Preeb) tei iuu Church. New
York, $10,000; Seventh Presbyterian
church, New York, $r,,ooo; Reformed
Church of Lower Montvllle, N. J,
$5,000; Methodist Episcopal Church of
West Livingston, N. J.. S,000; Orange
Memorial Hospital. Orange, M, J
ir.fl.uudi Morrlstown Memorial Hospi
tal, Morristown, n. J., $60,000; Over
look HoopH il, Summit. Mi J.. $60,000
Thaga Iwn latter baqueeta are for the
endowment of heds In the hospitals.
OTHER CHARITIES AIDED BY
THE FORMER MAYOR'S WILL
To the I'nlted Charities of New York
he left !i:'.0U0 In trust, the Income of
which Is to be used, to furnish reading
and musical entertainment for the blind
paupers of the city of New York.
After the payment of these bequeetl
1100,000 is left to each of the following
The ChlldrenS1 Aid Society, the New
York Society fur Improving the Condi
tion of tile Poor, the Hoard of Church
Breotlon of the 'Presbyterian Otturoh,
and the New York City Mlslrui and
Tract Society. Each of these bequests II
to he gnown as "The Ambrose K. 'Iy
The W.il la dated March 1, 190$. Cheev.T
M, El;', Qeorge H- Vaiidcrpuol and Am
brose E. Vendor POOl are appointed ex
e tutorg, to serve, without bond.
M'ALPiri HEADS BOY SCOUTS.
Tiie ele lion of lien, lidwin A. Mc.
Atp4n aa Nattonal ('resident and t'hlef
lacnut "f the American Boy Boouti was
announ e l IQ.aay at t ie national head-
quaytcni o the orianleaUoni Ha wa
ijeti McAlpln whs a drummer boy
during the civil war and prominent in
the National Uuard. He Is Interested
in many commercial enterprise! ami
rssMes at Osgtnlng,,
JILTED SON OF INK
Miss Hopwood Had Been En
gaged to Young Carter of
THEY MET AT COLLEGE.
She First Knew Speculator's
Son While Recuperating
From Betrothal Festivities.
fflpsrlal t The KTsnlng World).
Mf?fNBAPOLr3i Minn., Aug. lt.
Whon announcement was made here
yesterday that Miss Florence Hopwood
of this city wsa to become the wife of
Charles O. Oatee, son of the late John
W. Oates, financier and speculator, news
also leaked out that the young woman
had "thrown over" the son of a promi
nent New Yorker to wed the man who
Is now heir to $40,000,000.
Early In the spring announcement of
the engiagement of Miss Hopgood to
Harold fMms Carter, ion of the Carter's
ink millionaire of New York and Brook
lyn, wee made In New York and in Am
herst, Mass. This engagement was the
result of a romance started while young
Carter wn a student at Amherst and
Miss Hopwood was a student st smith
College, Northampton, Mass. Both
young people were graduates of the
claaa of 11.10.
Shortly after this announcement was
made Miss Hopwood visited st the home
of the Carters and ther left for her
own home in Minneapolis, where she
had for years been socially popular.
Round after round of entertainment
was in store for her an1.! by winter It
waH announced that a nervous break
down had cagsed her physician to order
her to go for recuperation to French
There she met and became engaged
to young Cites, who furnished lo r with
a new automobile and waa constantly
seen In her company during t lie stay
of both there.
It was not generally known here, how
ever, that young Carter had been
"thrown over" until this spring. Just
before leaving for Paris at the behest
of his sick father, young Oates made
a short slay here, apparently loaktng
over tile financial situation, while In faol
he was making calls on his fiancee.
Miss Hopwood is one of the most
beautiful glrln of Minneapolis. She is
twenty-four years old, a graduate of
the Central High School, this city, and
of smith College, Sue is a member of
.eta Beta Psi Sorority, Miss Hopwood
; hag no fortune, but she is acknowledged
en of the most accompllahed girls, must
. ally as well as socially, of the younger
1 set of this city.
FOR GATES HELD
Many Americans Among the
Mourners for Financier
Move Body to Ship Tuesday.
PAIttl, Auk II -The funeral of
John W. Dates was held to-day at the
Interdenominational American Church
In the Rue de Herri In the vault of
which the bod "f th" American j
financier has reste.1 since his de.it n !
at a hotel here last Wednesday.
The service was conducted hy Itc
James I.ee, pastor nf 8t. John's Meth
odist Episcopal Oburan xuth, asalsted
by Dy, Hyatt, pastor of the American I
Church. In his discourse the latter
mentioned that Mr, Oates ami be had
played together as boys but had aevei
met it.'aln In life.
Siiiiiu two hundred American friend I
and gsjqunlntanoos of tin, family, frum
all parts of thi I'nlted States, were
present. Nearly ull entered their name
on the register In the Vestibule of the
ehuroh. Beautiful Bora pieces niteti
The body will lie taken to Cherbourg
Tuesday und placed on board the Keieer
Wtlbelm der Qrosaei whloh win sail on
the following day for New York. Mrs
Gules and Charles Galea will geoem
puny the body, going to Cherbourg In a
special ear attached to the boat trsln
MAGNATE FOR HIM
IN PARIS CHURCH
Eloping Chauffeur, His Wife and Father,
House at Springfield, Where They Are
aaa. m ' lwaBs LwLa a HLfltaasnaBBsl e arfl Urm-SJA
PICKS 1 3 POCKETS
AS SLEUE WATCH
Detectives Follow Little Con
COtta IngloSO for Two Hours
Mcfore Arresting Her.
Th, youngeel iiri pickpocket ver
seen al tiie Children's Court pleaded
guilty to-day before Justice tfoyt, and!
was remanded to the care of tin, t'hii-
dreri's Society until August liith, for
further lnvestlir.it ion. Sim Is Concottg
liiiiloso, nine years old, fitlr-h ilreil,
pretty, with mild nine eyes, an I dlmlnu.
live in -:e for her atfSi
When the child took the Stand she
admitted that she v,is u plckpooket,
under the tutelage uf man win.se
n ame and description sue has furnished
to the polloe. Shi said that a fourteen-
J ear-old ho le le.j in a o-! let Wen,
and relieved her f her spolli, fur
whloh siie usually received aimut forty
five cents ii day.
Detective (vertheitner t the "Strong
Aim Bquad" and Detective Wit ten
born ill the i entral Ufllce were nut yes
terday lookliiK for "big game," when
they were Startled to see a little Kill
deftly put her hand Into the pocket of
a woman's eprofl on Orohgfd street and
withdraw a poeketlmok. Tills she put
into a large handbag. Thinking umi
they would eventually trull her con
federate, they followed her. Tliu trail
led through Orchard to Houston street,
througb a section of Plrst avenue, to
Klvlngtoni t Htanton, to Broome
itreete. They followsd her for two
.'lours and agw her go through the pock
ets of thirteen persons before the) a -
The Utile girls
Ingloeo, of No. ::'.
in court before tie
'hrysjtlf BtftOt win?
I would rattier ICS you dead than
alive," he said I" th-- child. Vou are
not tit to bear the name InglOOO, "
justice Hoyt showed great lympathy
for Co. little grl, saying that she aas
far too .oiin: to realise her act-, and
tint the only person who was uctiMllv
responsible was tiie man who had
taught her to steal. Klie has been a
pickpocket for five weeks.
HERE'S A RAI0 AND
NARY AN ICE-BOX DOOR.
Mleged Foolroom Inva
Hunch 't Possible
.led .in ! a
( lathered In.
a sojuad uf ii 'Uvea undei ttotnoiand
.if iiep.it;. Commleaionsr Uoughert)
mails a mid on an alleged pooiroiin
on tne leoond floor of the huUdlni '
.v., tu 'i'ii. id avervue mis afterno n
The ground Door ts oooupiad as u iar
store hy Charles Aitnhruateri
No ice .in, door was ennotintered tl
matte!- worthy of note In a poolroom
raid Pour atarranu were i n-i
nuintier of prisoners other than thQfg
. ailed for by the warrant" gore talten
to the Ragl Hixti -seventh street -IS-tlon
There wer 2a men in the roo n
at the t!m of tiie rsid Ths plgge
was raided about month ago
.... .irW-: '
18 IN LIFE FIGHT
AS NAVAL BOATS
Battlchip Nebraska's Launch
Sinks and Delaware's
Springs a Leak
PROVINCRTOWN, Maes., Aug. IS.
BUfhteen offtc, ra and seamen on the
battleships Nebraska and Delaware of
the North Atlantic Meet were thsnli' iK
their lUOky stars that they escape!
drowning a mile - it more in tke dark
ness of last night when two lam. Ins
from the lighting ships collided. The
launch from the Nebraska sank like a
stone in twelve fathoms of water Imme
diately after tiie collision, and the men
in hoard hud a wild scramble In tight
lllg their way through the water that
rushed Into the hooded t ahln ghoro they
wen, sealed. They gut Into the liela
wurn's launch lust in time.
Ordinary Seaman Vfalah of the No
braaka was the last to leave the eookpll
ol the Ill-fated riifl He wis raught
.ii the swirl of the slnklim' launch, anil
v is aho it to be tarried under when
willing hand- reashed aeer the side of
in. Delaware's launch and hauled idm
Ai the cruw le i Pelaware'a goal
Started under full steam for her battle
ship with Seaman Walsh, arho bad be
come unconscious, the offli SfS and man
.ii n- horrified to find that this lauaoh
llgd Sprung a leak and was aloWly till-
!-iK Rvery one on hoard put on a life-
preserver und distress 'k"ill!s Ken
blown from the launch whistle.
The night watch oil the battleship Ii:
gwara lieurd the signal an I had haw
-.is ready, when at iasi the lauaoh, fun
excite I naval men. cams alongside
aish eras hoisted aboard and brought
hack to consciousness and tne other
were soon on the deck Xhs lauripb wis
hauled a boar i
NstuI Attache i llerlla.
VAIiHlNQTON, Aug II i 'immander
Ar'hur llstnhrldse II, iff f Mary.i-I
bss hsn appointed tfeval Attache a'
Merlin rgllavlng I. lent 'Commander I'rsd-
ntck A Trsut.
AT NEW YORK.
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Batteries Chelmere and Madden, Ames
l ilt I UAMS.
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Berg r and Bergen .
SKIM INI1 11 nil.
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Will 1. 1
sihool boy of
tiie Brong, '
recant lot at
day, ii" '
and his Sees
I. He al Play,
a sr v-n-yesr-old
fSC Ttsrgcn avenue,
,s srilled at play In a
flangon senue um one
-tin' -a' ond slice'
lie ' v r a pile .,f (In
1. a oean of brleg
fr-wcrurlng his sk-jl
HEIRESS AND HUBBY
AWAIT BLESSING FROM
HER NEWPORT HOME
TJT T 1-
nappy jaK. aim ni5 joriuc, juim
French, Remain in Springfield
in Anticipation of De
GIRL TELLS HOW THEY
PLANNED THE FLIGHT.
Talked of Runaway Three Years,
but Waited Until Heiress
Reached Legal Age.
Letter Written by Chauffeur's Bride
To Mother, Mrs. French, in Newport
Oser Mamma I am eeay sen j teste I kaee eseeea you all this
worry, bat I will ssrsr rsgrst marrying "Jess" ge tks last Say of my
Uts. I lovs him betlei tnaa aaytklag la ike worU, aa I woaig rethae
livs in dog kennel with aim than la soma palaca wltk a aoelety fool.
I don't sss that x kavs doae aaytklag to ask forglvsaeee for. X kaee
jnst msrrlsd tke man X lovs, aad X hops yoo wUl look at It la tks eeme
llgt as X do. Tonr devoted daugktsr, JUX.XA OXntAOMTT.
iS tal from ii siaff i 'orrespondsnl of the Evening World I
SPRINGFIELD, Mail, Aug. U. The clouds are heKinninfr, to roll
away from Ihe honeymoon horizon
liis eloping bride, who Wa JuUa Hslelle iwich, heiress daughter of
Amos Tuck Fiench, Ihe millionaire clubman and financier of Newport
and N.'' York. Kmo t any minute, according to ihe latest IndicaHoM
from Ihe cottage of .loe:-h Harris, the carpenter cousin of the hride
groom, the) re expecting to receive a message of forgiveness and love
from Mrs, ieraghty's aristocratic r:,r-'''- For obvious renins the love
vtri;ken pair is onlident the Frenches and tlvir Varderbih rncYrJow
have decided to withdraw all opposition j0 the match.
Institution Invented 25 YtMrs
A50 by I iipe t r Myrnes No
I onger r-'mitkl Usciul
Tie ancient 1 line-up" of crooks, sn
Institution Invnted hy Inspector Byrnes
gad retarded Slth veneration by f'ollca
Hsadquarten tor iwenty.flva years, was
muffed tut "r existence todag by order
of Inspector HuKlies.
No longer Will detectives from Wsks
field and TotlenVllle waste two hours
of their working time coining In to
bsadquarteri to iuk at wiri-iapper
aad "i"" I btigaera." Mg longer win
Ml men in masks trample on each
other's Is to look over s crowd if
pppoaed rlmlnale in a hi ok not um-
tenth of them 0OUM have the slightest
'I'll,- o.d - Item aas devised by In-
tpeotor Byrnes for a Dekietlvo Bureau
of forty men The bureau has out-
ui iwn it Hereafter deteettves win only
I tiled to llsadquarters to sag
prieoness a e maj be of particular
si lu Uism I linger print and
llernl on men will attend to general
eight, en detectlvee, ths lost to remain
of the oil entral office s.iuul, wars
sent I" preolg ts tOday, The bureau
rooms are now Inhabited only by clerks
and tlis Inspector.
nlalriuuiu lesvi vsiiuus sua t .sit ru
tuu .i . L.nt, UlsIsju iusr i'. tu.l
I W-'-Virl , Lin. JOS LII.S.
Kimlfvlcm 4i.l til i -sjis'.s. Ufjrnia.t. su 1 IUU
ns. l.nr. , -i . .11.)
,rslt s.tyi ,usn. rsllJSn ,si..u. Moo.
and . . -c s id, isors.i ire
1 TJ: "Df J T-.1I
nf Jack Genghty, the rhauffdur, and
'"Il this expect,,) v.a,J,n
s tgs i ornes flH
oupie win immediately
return o NTs
en p u t and on,, of thee tvt
acta after the
hies ' you-my-chlldren
ivee win 1,. , hav, . ,.,.,,
marrlags oeeeatony with :, Roman Ci
am pi .est s th- otTlelsnf Th.- Qar
la-rhtv. ar,. .'untv M , ,
atholios and th, bridegroom Is aaslous
I f"r the p,e, of his h .. pa, , l0 (,ro
I """ ft ' nmony in sddltloa to ih
one i-entiai Villego, ,.. whrh
rrs(aeiaat eiergyman oAetated
No Incessant have be,n th.. r.n.
mi retard to the posefkllUy of ike
" ' U! marrutfa law, having been
y.o!.., hy Hgppy Jack" .nd hl,
bride that "Happy- egaln sought the
advice of counsel n teprlnrfleM At
torney William II llrooks. and was re
assured that nothln could be done to
affect the radiant young couple.
BRIDE ADMITS SHE TOLD FIB
TO GET LICENSE.
Mrs Happy to-dsy admitted she hag
me iwn "ifrK "T i entral V
her ue was twenty-one in ord, ,-
se. .lie the license
Attorney Br i iks
ass jeratrnty if he had
as to his tirlllej SJM nnd
Oeraghty said he had not. Thi, i the
oiin point ,n queatlon. accnnllng
-nr. nrooxj ir usraght) had
th ii ids wife was twei.i ,
be arrested for perlurv
one he ndsht
did not give hsr age in ler oath and.
the attorney says, no uctlon can be
taken to affect ths validity of the m ir
rlage One has tuit to grip hli band and listen
for a moment to his venial pstter to un
derstand where "Happy Jack'' ile a f,
th- latest of tne plain people" to shiver
the s' it. ly walls ,,f N'ewuort bv pl,ii,ln.
W,h n of Hs princesses, got hie
eobrtquet An e,iuaiiy casual laspectlog
of his keen, frank, wsll-mapped A men
can ra e. nroao shoulders, deep best
and lithe limbs explains why Miss Julia
rreneb's eyes first strayed beyond the
iootal liorlaoa of Newport utd in rows
of 'a-drinklng. expectant ellg.bles.
The Bret impress. on of Mrs. Happy
Jack Is loot as VlvM and satisfying,
l.ikins her as Th,. Evening World re
porter found hsr to-day, ssstatl In tba
plain, OOgy little parlor of the Harris
hosns In this city, there is nothing of
the N'vcport belie al, ui hsr In hsr
plain wnlte pbrue is rt, ream silk iihlrt
wslst. white oanvas slippers snd hlaok