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till MMMMA with tier hlr WvitXI 1tn
a rrl-ci.lr,re1 hard, a Hreclan aome
thing or other shr railed It, ehe
merely a tils. e linli sonic, Mue-el
American fflrV In. dentally tlicri I 0
occeslnn to ex lalm In horror about the
rnmhlnminn of Slick stockings and
white sllppere. In her tiaty departure
from Newport on Tuesday she forgot to
toss snv white .cr. In her hanel'Mg
There ! nothing of Ih haughtr.
grand demoiselle In her spec ri or
manner She I t nlv and franh a
a public achool graduate- The plain
ness of her peaent "oh-io-dlffei ent"
surrounding doesn't rmu a flicker of
ifkret for the lost palace by the ss
and he beam In del ght when llippjt
Jack tenderly refer to her aa ltshr
Doll." Me didn't, but no doubt at timet
doei, call her "Klddo," but aa the Irti- :
sponsible Happy pits It. she lovas ilm.
nd, like BV doesn't care."
VF.RV OU sO, MUCH 1 N LOVE
They are very young, to he aure,
Hn,.py la twenty-three and Hihy Doll
Just eighteen, hut then they have known
ach other three years, been In lov
for two and have planned the thln4 for
the past three montha. to thay should,
after nil, know by 'his time 'f H to
be fop keeps.
That few matches if this toil have
stood the test of lime la due to in" f
wo tilings, l-.lther 'he man has bet-n
merely a physical creature, nfatuatin
for the moment some blare, bored o
elety prisoner, or the woman has found
It Impossible to adapt herself to a
almple Mi Hut In the cats of the
Happy Jacks tngSg obstacles to hapi'.
nes would see:n ImpBSSlblSi
Happy la an alert, "lever young chap
of the typical business man sort, obvi
ously In love and ol.vlnualy able to pro
vldt comfortably if not luxuriously 'or
il youns bride.
Mr. Happy, by her own admission,
has always detested society life, is per
fectly content to abandon all hope or
claim to any share of the French Hilt'
ions, and Is "Just craiy" to settle down
with Jack In a pretty little cottage, help
the cook and Ureasmaker and (T. K.
please wire congratulation) II "simply
wild about children."
Nor do the Hai.p expect any trouble
through the eflorta on the part of the
bride's family to break up Hie match.
To uake aure, Happy enllted the ser
vices of William H. Hrook. one of
PpriiiR-fleld'a ablest attorneys, who told
him that the Frenches and belloyi and
Vanderhllta might howl their protests
to the four wind In vain.
NO eI.AW TO AID RELATIVES IN
TI e bride la a w eek more than of ace;
he oamo to Happy of her own free will
(In fact, ahe says If there was any ab
ducting she did It); they wore married
ll.:oattbly, If unconventionally, by a
perfectly food n Inlater under a per
fectly good license 1 the perfectly law
ful town of Central Village. Conn.. with
two perfectly aana witness standing
In the parlor of the little hotel.
As Happy put It, "Let 'em rave!"
At d now let Happy tall the whole
tory In hla art lea American way. aa
in told It to The Evening World man,
with Mr. Happy sitting by and oooa
etonalljr "butting In."
The drat thing I want you to correct
la the statement that I waa a chauffeur.
1 have never been a chauffeur, for
Julia fat', r or any one else. My dad
haa been In the livery atabl buaLnaaa
fu twenty-odd yeara down at Newport,
and I bav helped him run tha place
luce 1 quit achool, but I never was a
table boy. It wasn't neoe ary for ma
to do that aort of work.
"1 oacama Interested In automobiles,
and being of a mechanical bant eoon
learned to run one pretty well. I went
Into the garage business In Newport
arcral yeara ago with Herbert K. I'en
dera and took over the agency for three
niakea of atandard oars I demonstrated
the oars and sold lots of them to tha
society people of Newport, and perhaps
they have the Idea that any man wh. I
drive a car for pro'easlonal purpoaea
I little more than a hired chauffeur.
Thay don't know very much, do they?
THEY "LOOKED" AND THERE
THE ROMANCE BEGAN.
"Well, about three years ago I law
the future Mr, (leraghry while I wa
atandlng In front of my place. She
drove by In a big car and well h
looked t me."
"I did n-o-t," from Mr. Happy, In
dignantly. "You looked at me."
"Well." continued the Irrepressible
One, with his sunny smile, "How did
you know I was looking l you
The bride relapsed Into a blush and
he narrative waa resumed.
"After tha, we wa luokml at one an
other uulte often, und one d.iy ahe had
nine trouble with her car and I fixed
It for her and we got a i la.nted. We
became pretty goud fiicnus that Bum
mer and when he came back next year
our acquaintance began to warn up
Mora bluahe and, ye, a gl.-gle, frum
1,423 Apartments, Flats,
Houses, Stores, Offices, Etc.,
were lnilividually advertised
"To Let" in
Last Sunday's World
f hai. .11 the Sunday Herald
As usual, you will find by
far the greatest number and
variety of "To Let" Ads.
published in the
J P ijTO o m Coat
aho S n ppio op to
Mr nrrw win unci t
lie other nd if the haircloth sofa
"My that time I knew I was In lore
.in, ii,. Itl4 mmm ,.v I - chano,.
to tell her about It, and he fessed up
to me that It was muluil nd we be-
gan to Id -nm air cattle. Bhe wan
only t'xteen, and I m not the nrt of i
chip who'd .aku :n.ngn or a k'ii
who mlarhtn't know her ,wn mind, so
. .1.... i ,,. .ii ,n,i ... .h.ih.r it
n .... . K, sm lmm i
waa rea.ll. that on., big. be.t b.t-love,
or merely an MIMUM. f
"Another year -vent by. during which
we correenonJed from tint to time,
and he came hack to Newport. We
p nt mother rummer like the tint lad
1 her paapl
i.rwan to worry,
Hut she ll game and told them .More
was nothing to wi.rry about, when at- j
ragd we liad it inapped out that the
foilnw'.ng slimmer, this one. when she
would te of age. we'd make a clean
get away from Newport and do th big
CORRESPONDED DURING WIN
TER, BUT WITH CAUTION.
"AJJ last winter we were very careful
nut to cause any suspicion among her
.,,-.,,.- i.,.i ie - '
away from Newport till ummr. Wo ;
only wr )Ih on e 4 mutiih, that la, I ouly
wrote uiii ii it month -shv 'vrute neai ly
vei y day."
"Ila'f? yotlfeWlfi d0fl1 you Jack?" In
tar,n' ii Mis. Ilapjiy MtfOUtll ally.
"WU you dai, didn't you .' sOU tCtttfW
you love mt ciuiUkgt o rite twice
day, don't you?"
"I ur)ioii so," inkly.
"Who n your paia?" tftiderly, leaning.
"Oo are," or aornrthlug Uko that.
The reporter began to fidget M thla
brilliant bit of liontymoon repartee
bado fair to OMUHIM indellnluly, but
Happy aiiddtnly reini:n he red UM prea
n t of the Intruder and resumed hla
atory, corrcpromlMng with love by hold
ing Haby-doil'a hatvU during tho reft
of tha Interview.
"80 al. came to Newport thin aunv
mer and we began to (et thltiku shaped
up for the hlg event. Her elKhteenth
birthday was to be Auf. i, and we had
to wait for that, of court. The family !
began to et susplcloua, however, and !
one day her uncle, Stuyves.mt Leroy,
met me In front of the Casino and told
me It 1 didn't keep away from her he'd
beat me to death.
TALLED UNCLE LEROY WITH
"I.eroy 1 a great bl( lx-foot rut,
ort of oft and pussy, but pretty guuii
In a cn at that.l hear, and I knew he
could beat my head off. But I pulled
a food hluff on him. I peeled off my coat
and hat. Jumped out of my machine and
tapped up to him.
" "1 don't think you can do It,- I said
I had my coat off o that I mlRht run
faster, but he thOtlfM I did It to ftKht
bettor, and he stalled off with a few
remark about my keeping away from
Julia or there would h trouble. I
tlioug'ht II better not to have cny trimSle
then, aa It mlirbt queer our plena ao I
aid I'd keep nway.
"Tht was only a few weeks ago. We
didn't ee each other much after that,
hut Just walled and sent note buck and
forth on the ly. A week or so ago her
folk got wind of aomethlng and de
cided to ship her to Europe a soon
a her birthday party was over. Sh
wa to have sailed thl week, but
begged off to stay for the don show In
which she TVs much Interested and had
several of her own dogs entered. They
Wero alao going to give her a dinner
part to-night (Friday).
"Tueaday morning I got a note from
Inlln telling me he'd meet me at the
washwoman' at 4 o'clock. The folks
ha.l nil her clothes picked ready for the
hip, except a few things which he put
In a handbag and took to the WMh
woman s In her phaeton. 1 followed the
phaeton In a touring car tnd when the
coachman had driven away I pullet up,
he lumped In, and o(T we went.
"I had been studying the Connecticut
maps nml picked out t'errtril Village as
the Inst place they wouM be apt to
look for us. I tonk a driver along to
bring buck the car, hut drove mvaelf
all the way to Central Village.
AUTO TROUBLES DELAYED
THEM. NEARLY CAUGHT.
"T'i, road I were fearful. ' ha I
seven Mow-out! on the trip. We knew
Hint word imiBi have gone to her folks
Mlt I I'o- w lui mw um crn.vi on til.'
rerry at Newport an.' we wer ufrul.
toy would catch us.
It was Just after dark that we
topped at a fork In the road and
heard a machine far behind us I pulled
Into a Uttl cow path behind some
Irishes and we aw the machine w'th
her uncle In It go by. It was graat
sport. Thy took the wrong fork an 1
after waiting a few minutes we drove
on toward Central Village
"With all the trouble we had on the
wuy It was 3 o'clock In the morning h
fore we pulled up at the Oram! Ogntral
Moi l. Central Village lteileve me, it
la some hotel.
"The proprietor. Mr. a dme no'..
to ii-, anil .,1a s!ier, Mrs. Adam, was
i a p. l eh, We couldn't do .limiting until
morning. 0 wa all sat up sod talked
until 6 O'cloott, when 1 woke up 'he
town clerk, Jesse Adams, and he oblig
ingly made rut a license at an. fly tl
we had routed 001 the Itnv. Mr. I,. K
Perry of lluds. n, N H who was
i, i..M:ii' hl v.i in. in in I'. -nt'. al village.
Inuntlne rnatl Ha was a good sport,
and hy d If, the deed w is did."
Happy pi .1 . -ed a slip of paper.
"If you want th witnesses' n ajjnog.
they wf.ro I. Howard Cross, hardware
merchant, and Mr. Adam, thu hotel
"We had I lot of fun at a Btddlni
breakfast and caught ihc S o'clock Irila
to a3l in. '"h. -e was big guy on the
train who did every, hir.g to make ua
know he was a detntive, except to
ehow his badge, but we didn't worry
about h in. II t i'. In front of us and
back of u nn.l un uni side of us. un l
he kept his Sherlock H .lines rye on us
ever, mtnuta Hut what .11.1 we car,
wer.-n't we t ,e big married pair?
MEANS TO STICK TO BUSINESS
"At Worcester. Tliureday morning,
STORY OF THE
JU-a'tf) IN A NO OfT Ml P" I PPtUO UP BJ4JI'I I " . '
vltll MHIS HHO SAW hlF SJ',
v i r lj . i i - lh
a w r h vj Aj RHb'
aW aaaaal I W I l 1 I I I aK JaaaaaaaW- f
1 -J r
wo policemen butted In and
wanted (o pinch
but wben wa ,
showed then she
i r age atnrT they
had tn hack off gracefuly. The aon-
4,11,1... O'V. 1 ........ .1 a ..al
,por, rJp ,1(,prM,d ,h. (rnn fr u, fix
mtle east of Bpringtl'ld at Indian
Of char l, and when got to ftprlng-
n oan lasi an f-ni oaca m in
win' ,7 6W 'thOUt ny on,Usn the biggest lawyer In Springfield;
"And that s in whole story,
A Jfogft j jjfg- ,,,
ir I weren't absolutely sur Julia loved
ms much a I do her. and that I
can make her perfectly happy, I never
would have taken her away from the
UJIWUIId.lngl she ha kn-wn an her life. 1
going to work like dog to mke h'r
proud of me. I have several offer of i
good position !nce thl affair, but I ;
have a good little business of mv own ',
In Newport, and Julia 1 perfectly will-
mg to go ba k there and live in a nice
little cottage with me Inatead of In one
of those ftellevue avenue palace:
aren't you, Haby-dollT"
"You know I am," responded Mr
Happy, squirming a little cloer on the
slippery black sofa.
"And you can say for me that f'm
nntv Inn n'nl i.. i-.r mil nf the sncletv
a tmosphi re." ahe Igld to the rcpo-ter,
..,,, Ilv( MK, . rp., Womn. Why.
moit of tho-o noriely wnnvn don't know
whftt It Is to have a real fMMftfl of
nv kind. They nrf f.tlao an ttuMr
eomplMloni KIM the SIM are no better.
From now on .Tnck's f ienda will be my
I friend and mv frlrnd? mint be hla or
they won't remain mine.
NOTHING IN SOCIETY LIFE. SAYS
THE YOUNG BRIDE.
"There I absolutely nothing In pjMtftty
life to appeal to any one with a re il
heart I have alwiys hated It. 1uat nn
t hnted to n to uohool. You know they
never eould keep me at nohool In Lenox,
ao they finally gave ma nothlna: hut
privttt tiaVOhgri and even then I didn't
do mneh studying. I've always been
Jut a regular nort of girl with a real
lonirlnir to meet pome man I could love
and have a happy little home and and
well I m lmply wild about children."
"And wnat do you think of th Aator
tlmorouily put In the
"I've met Madeleine Force and think
h' lovely, charmlna rlrl. But she
rn'T'"K " '. IzijL "lmplJ '"r
Hiea tli it n M snnlal nnaltlnn a A aha
wealth and social position, and ah ts a
perfect fool for doing It, though I sup
pose she lr belnr driver to It more
Asked If she had hexrd anvthln; from
her family. Mr. Happy said:
"Not word. Ttut 1 sent a message to
mother saying I was sorry to have
caused her any worry or sorrow, but
that I had taken a (lep I knew I should
never regret, and nothing they could say
or do would have the slightest Influence.
We expect some of the family will show
up here to-morrow, but Jack ha seen
Mr. Itrooks, anr) he assurer u nothing
can be don by ther.i tc bleak up our
At this moment there was an Inter
ruption In the person of M i. the Boa
ton hull terrier that shared the Oer-aghty-Krench
adventures snce their de
parture from Newport. Map la the pet
of all th late Mis French' kennel.
She wanted tn name hlni ram hut ai he
didn't turn out to he that k'nd of a
d-K she reversed t)ie nam" and bestowed
the more masculine one of Map.
DOFSN'T CARE FOR MILLIONS
OF HER FAMILY.
Map prove J even inure eltu. In hi
welcome than the Happy Jack. He
had been somewhere In the HarrU cel
lar and ha.l acquired considerable coal
duel on '.its paw, which he proceeded to
distribute with commendable Impar
tiality OVef Mrs Happy's white (klrl
and the reporters truu.K.ra.
"Do yuu think." Inquired the re
porter after Map had been properly
squelched, "ttiat vmir fa.mtlv will cut
you off front any of their money ar
"I don't know and don't really care,"
was Mrs. Jack! qulctl enawer. "Jack
is nutklna money nout'h to support me
and he'll niiKe lots more, too. I
havelt'l a regrel In the world, nnd a
hug as he loves me I know 1 aheu't
The Hnppy .larks looked Into each
other's eye and the reporter saw a
Tal I'glit nnd left them on Iho halr
c!. th sofa, with Man wriggling aliout
their feel, hi ertatoerntlBj muoh.pu.
greed nosi pursuing a. plebeian tjprlng
Outatd the Utile frame house of
Happy' unci-', w Hi Its slun, "Joseph
II Harris. ' at ! ill ! and HitlMrr
looked pitifully unlike Newport, but the I
reporter ooui in t ii.-iii nsanderlnrg Intn
lust which wa-frontlng mnnalon of that
social Mecca he eould wander and iind
th. rep lion of that haircloth sofa nnd
its burden of youthful hnpnlnngg.
NOT WORRIED OVER
TO ANNUL MARRIAGE.
"Aibsoli 11 y nothing to It," snl.
nappy jack oeragnty enrly to-day
when tol.l of the report thnt the laws
,.r i onneoticui in reapeoi to the mar-
rlaga 01 prSOna under twenty-one '
year of Sgl might offer an opportun-
Olliclal voting Coupon
Thl PSSPOM RnllllSS the ll, I o , to Cast line
Vet tur Hi Mel ua, mu in 0 renter New
Verki srho en Sept, It, utii, th.
MAHUI GRAS FESTIVAL
AT CONEY ISLAND
will Uf MfOWeMfJ
c". the "Carnival ol 1 l i .s.:i,(, Sonu
V cfk of Spt. It.
I VOtl lur,
Central Ol II
aa..v ''',1!1OT', e aVKXtNG WORUI MAKIll i,Kts f.lll rilR. r. 11.
fi- '.,'.1 ,,.r.,V.'!''.""V '" "nndejl In t The Wuild's variuus branches:
Uruiu. (l r. Jdftt alaTniown. lJ&!l nrnaowari llnrlem. Jl!) w. l inth
bl Bri.okl.n. Viliy Waahliiaum , ,1 I'ulltrrr Hi. tidies. I'ark Rue, N. V
. ' ''',f '" hS ,uJi"1 '"'..'. '."'", """ regularly numlnated Ur lb
t ie. utile ( uuulllttee. See list piiblUI.nl elsewhere.
WOOING OF JULIA FRENCH
Ity to the In-roya and French of New
York and Newport to break up the ro
"The Town CIrk of Central Village
who made out our license for u cer
tainly should know the law," he con
tinued, 'm il when Julie gave her age
as tivant) one and asked If that wa old
. I illllrh ,IH It m ... nl. ,lhl I'M
in if, biiii ne ,ivhu!,-'i ue r-ue irtarriage
"We liaven't heard a word from Mr,
'ieraghty family, and It look aa
though they were going to let ua go
"or own happy little way. They are
pretty good people, ofter all. you know,
even If thoy are society folk, and.
'hougn tney would have turned thing
upaiae oown to prevent the marriage,
one we were married, it isn't likely
they would do anything to hurt ua"
Mr. Happy only regret I that ah
naan t mors of her clothe with her.
Sh Intend to buy some things In
Springfield to-day a the family bank
roll, which wn ome Jl.tiX) when they
pulled out of Newport l.nt Tuedy. I
tin tron enough to tand quite an '
extensive shopping trio. In flnrtnftaM I
WILL 00 BACK TO NEWPORT
AND LIVE IN A COTTAGE.
Asked If she waa going to end for
her thing now reposing In her trunk
at Newport ready for the ateamer.
which sho wis In have been packed off
to Kurope, Mrs Happy laid:
"I Oertainly am. 1 don't see why my
family shouldn't send them to me and
I'm going to wire for them to-day."
The ever ready pre agent haa not
overlooked the Happy Jack. To- day
thev received o wire from a BartA
theatre offering them t hlsrh salarv t !
go Intn vaudeville.
"Can you beat It? snld Happy with
a broad grin. "1 wonder what they think
we are. a couple nf freaks? I uppose.
though, It Is uniiMinl for poople to
marry for love In these day."
The Oerghty Intend to stay on with
the Harrises for several days and then
go direi-t to Newport and look around
for the little cottage In which they plan
to settle down like any happily mar
ried pulr They have several likely
looking little nests, picked out for In
spection during their various automo
bile rides through the famous watering
places, and In one of than the prettv
bride Intend to show her erstwhile so
ciety friend how a real American girl
ct i live up to that old adage about
"love In a cottage."
Largest Crowd in History of
Old Gravesend Trotting
Track Turns Out. .
(panel in TV B wmlai World i
i (uuvaaaND, .. v., aub. u-Bri-ht
skies, a track Improved by an over
night rain and the addition of running
racea to nn otherwise flrst-rlas card
ull tended to attract u crowd to the
Qrnveeood course of the Parkway Cluii
this afternoon that was without doubt
the largest Ir the history of the popular
organlaatlon. Among thl thousands in
attendance there won hundreds at
tracted to ih ura or. gooount of th
' uri'.lng events.
Promptly at I o'cloi k the starters In
I '. Ural heat of h tU pace was . ailed
1 to the post, and after scoring a couple
of times thev wore sent on their Jour
I new with Miss Murlon showing the way,
I Frl-n.l Direct MOOnd nn.l the balanc
' of the field ti ling out, thu public favor-
itc Itevlew Hi lls bolni away hack. In
I the lust twanty yards Brunt made a
tinai aSort with Friend Direct, gottlng
! up in time to win by half u length from
' the fuel Itrlr... t L s I,....., I ., .
hnldln? out long enough t
.l i, e by a similar dlStnnOS from Full
low. 1 line. isn
The feature event, the 2 12 tent,
bra Ight out Ave starters, with R iffles
ii,,' bssi thought ,.r. Immediately after
the start K. D. M
went to the front I '
and tried to nias. a runaway
ll. hut Ptafffl es would not I,.
and hanging to the pacemaker for th.
llrst thre Paris of the lourncy. took
, oniinand entering the home-strstch nud
(hereafter never left the issue in doubt,
Winning III bund at the end by a lenifth
from i D. M. Tim, I.MW,
Nuon, setit. t, lt)lt,
j CKio d C rnry,i
( HO HI
b Ir VS" Iht OUt
i,Ofiots m rm
A- CtMtsst NillHt.
INTO SURF, SAVES
Collins With Great Difficulty
Brings Mrs. Greenbersr and
Miss Levine Ashore.
Mr. Lena Oreenherg and Miss Anni
Levine were drowning In the lght of
score of bathers off the beach at the
foot of Ocean Parkway, Coney Island,
to-day, whon Policeman Thomas Collin
of the Hheepsheud Hay mounted squad,
was leaving tile beach aftei a awim.
retraced his step., swam out and r- I
cued both women. Ho had no alstance
until ha had almoal landed, thrm on tile
Mrs. Oreenherg 1 fifty year old, a
fOOd sw. miner and weigh HOD pounds
title keep u boardlng-houo at No. i
Went First street, and among lie: ,
boarder Is Miss Levine. They put on I
suit at homo to-day and
Walkd to the foot of llie Pat away for!
a swim. Collins, who lives in Coney
Island and nail gOtl to tne beach from
hi homo with an old uu over hi '
bathing clothe, left thit water aboji
tne time I tie two nroiuofl entered, lie j
had slipped on trOU! and coat and j
waa aliput up to Hurl avenue when nt
heard creauia from t.'ic beach and BOW I
the two women tl ninderlng over their I
depth about inn feet from shore.
The policeman ran uaca. Kicking oft
trousers and Hlioes at the water edge,
he dived in and swam toward the wom
en, fortunately Mi Clreenberg had
kept cool, aliuough ahn was quite ex
haiirttcJ from her efforts to keep Miss
Levine afloat after the young woman
hnd been swept seaward by the ebb
tide and she had attempted a rescue.
With the tide against him and two
helpless women In his h in ls. Collins had
considerable of a job to get tn shallow
water. Even then the surf caused him
trouble. At lHt a young man waded
out and helped him drag the women
They were full of water and uncon
scious. Collins superintended the work
of reviving them, after which the
went home In a cab
FIRST RACB-sA.11 aged; $mo aiide-1
six furlongs. Cnmpeon, 107 (Olaae),
to 2, even and Zlo j. lirst hy a head,
ftestigouche, KM (Itlcet, !i to r., 7 to 10
and 1 to 6, ecoi'd: Stilly Night, M (M -Cusey),
11 fi .". T to 10 and 1 lo 4, third.
Time, l.U. Rye Straw, Hundt 'uniting,
Rose Queen, BehUOOUP also ran.
DCOND RAi K Tw o-ycar-old: fsnn
added; five and a half furlongs. Pug
gln. lir. (Rl. e), S to 6, 1 to 2 and 1 to 4,
first by n neck; Sherlock Holmes, MM
I WlngrieJ.!), ! to t 3 to 1, 8 to B. second;
Tips.ind, UN (Dugan), 4 to 1, 7 to 5 and
3 to 5, third. Time, 1.07 3-.V .Sa.lie Sha
piro, Elmo, Tactic, Cherry leed, Ochre
Court, New River, Vork.shlrc Hoy also
THIRD ItACE -King Ocorgo Purse;
three-year-olds and up; tSOit added; una
and one-sixteenth miles Commala, !ti
(Dlgglnsl. 7 to 10, out and out. first;
Cuper Sauce. 1M (Schutllnger), g to..,
out and out, eeeondl M irtlnmns, M
(Steele), IS to ', 1 to I and 4 to r,, third.
Time, 1.19. Miiyllo.vei and Sir Dllke Jr.
FOURTH RA'-i: Purse SHOO: August
Belling iteepleohaee; four-year-. ilda and
Upward; al.out two miles --l.lzr.lr Flat,
14,". (Wllllanw), .1 to I, to fi and 7 to 10,
win; Dr. Koch, 117 (Boyle), I to 1, 7 to
5 in.l 3 to r., bei'ond: .laok Di nnerien,
134 (Button). So to 1, 10 to 1 and 4 to 1,
third. Time I. Is. Hannah tlle,
Racebrooli. PTaHCll Joseph und Tl;l..i.
dule ulso ran.
H 'MIII. SACK I'ltAi K Ont., Sag, IS
Tile il.tne f.,r M.m,l' nil,, are tut KguMrt
I'lltsT Ittl'R Malilen t. .je.ir-ul.la, to.- far
Catluh. ill. l.-.ni Uurklen, ill; Wood
IS. le, l!J ur, win-on. 11.-,. Hm.st.ir Knrls.
... . wioi... ,,i.rr,.w, in,-., ir,l.v.
LYinareaxataii Jsai.. Ill: i.arn', nr. Din
Klh. A'lliailll. 1 U Al.i iMu-;1,!. Li j.rt
Burly, ill. ftrturlty, lujj Roclnxmag, loi . Ti
I1...1I.,, . ua , i i, -,i..rv .os
"BOVll ! s.lliii': I'.re.-ves-el.ls- f!.
SlfflT 'WiSSt. llL ""'nil" ' r."2,
I'i.l.l. 110: iSiit.li ink. loR; Mstfl K.nian lot
ixsiut.tseura, no, nanitfj i,r e. no, ttantirurc
THinn RACK Besiet Hadlop ; steeple
hsl l"it tso mil.. rnrret, I.'-1!. Jnn brtt
I Sil. My-'u: 1.110. 1.11. Priiire. Ills Tfc-lwl ol
Ue. 1H, BScl - , 130; I., i ns Hi
l-MI'lt'i'll BAOK landrlnsnsoi PSw: three
vearsnds and lliarard; nul mi l an thta.-
!tr lisaiir, 1011; Lahoni. net Bilda. t.s, iulul,
tun fVnirt. 11:'.. (h.ailNil. If -itMr ctiariti'
kii.1 ric.i .mrrr emry.
I'll-ni HACK, ralllagj two-rar-eld! lx far
ipge 'WUdeeeq, DO; Honiltui.. KM . rUmsui
M Ml -I and ihm. 10(1 -I (.. 1 foil Moon-
lislit. KIT. "Jamis li.sk. iv. lot, Kts Itn.r,
pJSi Thirty-Porty. lOB: V,ink.e Ismii, log.
IXTII nXCt Rotal Can Has lilndlcsp;
t lire. . to i'.I an.) lip: mix fad ,i,,:s lluv Holier.
K.I, lieu Loyal, us sir John .lului.in, llll; .al
I r., I 111. hi Still) Mala 83 Campeon, Kl;
c .'tin .a tl., lis. Ilrasamsr. lOT; r'niUs tatry, 114:
.in Nnieltv, is':, in SnaSaoa, ISO.
is) ...in. If. in1 llil.lr. th entry.
hKVKNTII RACE sailing ; tlirss Mr-nds; fie
ai.il ii lu.lt larhmil'. Il.iul.le Ple, loo, Kail lls-.
IBB: Cajdlir, 10,,, J.ai L, IIP; klUils, 107;
Mann H 118; rlsiaeat, iOTi Hill. Vaaifrrser,
111; Mlii.llii.il.-, (05; I'.irt Wort',. 1(17.
I'.KIIITII It ,( K srllltm. c i.-..r-.ilds Hid
un .me mile ae.l :i i l rat I . n tint '.lull Hesr
.l.iii HIT: Nansliti I. let. KU. Ti Si U, IIS:
bine W ICS. ejudg Unniill, lOTl 'Arrll,- 00
( lukhart. 111. I; loalils, ICS; l..l Mnltmun. US;
.; M Milihr. llu; 'St-flby, I0J: Oorlsth. M.
KUi lllglDU I" U'1: Qhek, Uj Tim ttQUlrf.
lllti tusritf, tOTj Mi. hail u,.. 114.
Appreittli'.' all ,ian,-e .'lalnivd.
W. ath. r il. nr. Tra fa-st.
i,i;iiMtvnm nut KKimw m ix.
LON DON. Autf 12 The (Ii ruiatvto wn
CrtokOt flub defeated tho Mltoham
Molest CHuh In a ono-lntdng match
to-day by a ciwe of S13 to 3BS. The
leading uccess of the visitors were:
Sieiwart, Hj tl'Nelll, 6:, Henry 46, not
out, and Jordan it
TOLD BY JACK
LINER SINKS TUG,
(Continued from First Pag.)
ton. The bow struck the tug amid
ships on the starboard aid.
The Stanw mk1 wa a stout tug, but
he wns smnahed like a paper box and
went down almost lntantl. Timothy
Early, the second engineer: Krltx Stabler,
a fireman, and another fireman. Who
were off watch, atleep, were awakened
hy the shock of the collision only to find
themselves bound for the bottom of the .
ICAuOrtl to( I
HrSiorl Xwivv'' 1
I r- r- 1
river. Tttey managed to light their way I tlon. when th Investlsatlnn w a re
lout of their room as fie tug settled In iuiumI before fhminalsalsaaa fcnl
,he .,, aml . deeding i
,,, , .a " . .,,, "
mree neafi-s is icniy pop up to tne sur-
face of the water, close together.
The tug olos-st to the three til the
Vl lunterr, with Capt. Klannrry, w ho
was Ingtnimontnl In saving more than
200 in the (Ten Slo -mil disaster. Capt.
Klanenry and his men threw over life
preservers anil Ashed Karly and Sabler
and the other fireman aboard with
lioatiiooke. They were landed at the
foot of Dover stre"t. whence the fire
man, whose name was not known to
hi matos. Was sent to the hospital.
Karly and Haider soon recovered from
TWO CO ADRIFT ON THE PILOT
Capt. Tlerney and Mate O'Leary were
floating down the river lu the meantime,
cliriiclng to the pilot bou.-e. They were
picked uji under the Brooklyn Hrtdge
Another man. clinging to a piece of
wreckage, was dragged aboard a row
boat that put out from a Brooklyn dock.
Three others, trying to keep afloat,
were rescued l.y OutSOPP Savarcso of
No. 30 Hauilllon stMOt and Saivatur
Passamente of No. 23 Monroe street, un
der circumstances worthy of nute.
y Savurese and Pasamente are em
ployee of thO'itreot Cleaning Depart
ment. It wa their day off and they
had hired a rowhoat and gone to th"
mldulo of the river for a lm. Both I
wero in the boat, getting- ready to pull ,
oacg to tne IMCrsatlon Pier at Marke'
when their attention won at-I
traded by tha proximity of th Ste
p.'iano and the .stanwoud.
They auw that a collision was In
evitable and pulled lor the scene. When
the crash occurred they were close by.
and when throe men appeared cloae to 1
thorn, struggll!!- In tha watei they went 1
overboard, one holding to a l.ne fas
tened to the row boat.
RtbOilERS ALSO NEAR-Ly
It 1 pVotiable that the two rejcueis
an 1 the thrto victim ul ihe wrck
would have bSSO divwncd had nut ahe
eand barc, RonUnl with the tide, sud
denly reached the end of tho tow line
and come to a sudden sto.i near them,
with the sunken tug a. ting a an
The skipper of the sand barge threw
a couple of lines to the 0.VS men In the
water and they were drSSfed SbOSrd.
Then tWO nien In a rowtxiat caught the
derelict rowboit of the rescuers and
towed It to the harge. The three sur
vivors wen- transferred frOM the and
scow to a tug, which landed thjm at
Main street, Brooklyn,
All tho passengers on the Stcphtno
were on deck when the collision U0
eurred. Prom the Brooklyn and win.
lam burr Hrldgca It appeared that tin re
w as a great deal of anctt ment aboard
CAME UP BESIDE WHIRLING
GIANT PROPELL RS.
very man of the nine rescued
from the ItaOWOOd hud a thillllng ex-
oTience. Perhaps that of Charles
Karly, the oMsf engineer, end OhsrleS
Peterson, tho COOK, were as vivid as
"I went clear to the bottom of th
river," said Karly. "before I could get
out of the engine room. 1 know how
to swim anil handle my SO If In the
water or I wouldn't he here now.
"As I snot up toward the surface niul
began to SSS the light I found myself
right under the propellers of the Ste
phnno -'in. I they were going an. und at
a great rate. If I gut Into them 1 knew
It would he all over with me. Hy
twlstl'.g my body and swinging my
arms I worked myself clear and popped
out ol llie water o:ne distance astern
Of the vessel. Then wns a tug, Ihe
ttoysvli close hy, anil I SaS dTaWnd
"I wa In the galley," said Peterson,
"when I felt the crash. I had heard the
whistle signal and knew there had been
a collision, so t dived right out tho
window and over the si 'e of the tug.
Thinking 1 v as clear of luS w reck. I
struck out, but wa caught In the suc
tion I had goi down four limes when
a bOehhOO caught me under the, collar
an I was pulled on board the tug."
NEW DATES ARE SET FOR
INTERNATIONAL BOAT RACES
The Internal touul motor boat race
originally se! for Ihe '.'4th, Kth and
of this month were formally postpone 1
to-duy to ISPt, 1, ti und ti.
Ilnryra Horse Wins Itnce.
'PARIS, Aug. 12. The Olterluni ill
Hernay, run at Hernay to-day, WSS
won by II. H Duryeu's Bugler. In t llu
P. lx de la lOOlStS (lea Sleeph chases dfl
France, Kugeno Pfizer Mm. do
Malntennn finished second.
eaa . . j. 1
HELP WANTED MALE.
CAHINETMA KKRS, giu.1 mm. aui-fli7ur
work; good wis. Apph, with tosla, lluodar
aornuif, Diaaa, i stur. tU Itnwdear.
AMO THfN 'II n 71 To 5fJ0Q-
IMA - .UMPinS os Tor TWV'AT
Dr. Polk of Advisory Staff
Doesn't Think It Needed
on Hoffman's Island
Dr. A Ivan H. Doty, Health Officer of
the Port, began to-day th presentation
of hi defense to the charge against h's
adminltratlon of the Quarantine gti
T... rwa - n. r.-,....
u, mwr m
attorney, ueorge uoraon nettle, s
William M. Polk of No. 7 Fist
Thirtieth treet. dean of the medical
school of Cornell University and Presi
dent of th New York Academy of '
Medicine. He Is a member of a board
of dltingtiihed phydelan appointed 19
advise with Dr. Doty concerning quar
Dr. Polk said he made annual vlalt
to tho station In connection with his
dutie a a member of thl board. His
last visit was In June. lin.
I i 1 ' . i i . r i'i s. I ' I i , 1 1 1 a 11 IT. I'llFin
tesMmmy, Commissioner Bulger insisted
upon the strictest limitation of his nn
wera. Thi got on Mr. Bnttle'i nerve
ami Dr. Polk became a little nettled.
"I think I have Some legal rights,''
said Dr. Polk to the Commissioner
"Your business Is to anew r question
as I wl.'h them put," aald the com
missioner. FOUND THE COOKS IN "GOOD
Presently there wa a controversy
over the condition of the hr. hen. Dr
Pi'k said he found the cooks In "good
"That won't do," aald the Commli-
them. What were
"Cnokina-." m..i! th. a..
Te ..!.., ..la k. , . .ul
mwwm - - - ,1,1 lllff I.,..
good and the general condition of the
dining room nnd of the dormitories
clean and sanitary.
Dr. Polk said he considered Dr. Doty
to be a "thoroughly efficient medical
Mr. Dushklnd, In crosn-examinlng tho
witness concerning Ih fumigation u.
the dormitories on Hoffman's Island,
ased these question:
"Were the dormttorle fumigated?"
"I don't know."
"Do you o.-llev In fumigation?"
"I do not. it 1 a popular superUtlon.
It la humbug."
Mr. Duhklnd took up the matter of
detaining upect on Hoffman' Island.
"I It proper to keep 90(1 or 1,000 sus
pected patient In one group without
"It Is not."
"I It hnmne?"
"It I not."
"Would It not be better to break them
"Would you not break them up Into
group of 100 If you were In charge?"
WOULD CONSIDER CITY BEFORE
"If I thought that would be effective.
ixFwsmi.y Atw rut moms
$1.25 the cane of 24 bottles
ona cant a bottla mors than
the ordinary beer. A little
higher in price a great deal
higher in quality.
FOR SALE BY ALL DEALERS.
LOST, FOUND AND REWARD
LOST Thursday aftwtnu. a Bsal wat-ch Inirrlbed
"Kaianeiin" on 1 . . fi !-( ti Ohriio;ihr
end ll mi-1 'ii alrvflW. rsM-ird if nturued car
VVarrtsu 1 Oo., nl Kxcluift pltoe.
in ii i ..itiiiiniin.)
Id ALL ilUNIDUb
Announce for Monday, Aug. 14th
A Special Sale of
Imported Lace Curtains
At Unusual Reductions In Prices
W4 23d and 22d Streets
' would consider S.OOO.tsW -loopl
Tork before I woule consider leHn f
HofTmau's Island." I
The doctor tempei- wns reachltaf th' 1
boiling po,,u aa Mr. Dusnklnd kept nam
merlng him with q,ieUona
I know what cu re trying to di
he said flnolly. 'You're trying to mas
me mad. Keep Ii up, lr, keep It u
until Monday morning."
Commleelonr Bulger poured ell on th
troubled wnterc, tBl the doctor lap
Into a smile
Dr. Polk aald be would conaldtr I
bad practice If a person atteadlOf
choltra patient were permitted to g
from the hospital and mingle with othe
peraonc without changing his cloth! n
or washing himself carefully.
"Would you permit ruch thuigt
"I would not."
.ked by Mr. DushklnJ If he Invfartl
gated apeciflc I" .tuners of allg tdj in
humanity nml Immu 'Ity contained Ii
the charge, Dr. Polk said:
"I did not. 1 am not a hunianltarlai
or a moral export. I am phya:clan are
I paaaed cn mtJlcal matters only. Toi
are talking now about matter for th
conelderallon of the prleet or the rabbi.'
OR. FLEXNBR P.tAISKS THt
METHODS AT QUARANTINt.
Ir. Simon Fiexnor, director of Mu
fl- . "feller Inst ll , wo th B 't Wit-
pa. Ma slid hi ., 1 BOIMttlltd Lir. tsst
I In cormei iion with an outbreak of cere
bro-splnal menl--Iti two years ago am
Imd found bacteriological oethoda a
the Quarantine nation . xceptlonall)
good. He aald he wa called upon b
Dr. Doty a few weeks ago to conmiM
concerning, the c'.,olera outi.rcak,
"I am 'ur,' aald Dr riemnat,
"tbit th met hid In force at th
Quarantine station for dlicovor
lag th onlntenoe of oholers one
elli ar better tbaa the atandard.
In fact, they have et a new stand
ard for tha world., nothing nt ail
approaching th oompletenean of
ta apneas now In force there for
discovering the oholern carrtetn
ha vr been known before in th
history of medical eolenoe."
Among the spectatorH at to-dny'l
session was Dr. Jankltis, Pr. Doty'
predeci ssor. He has been mentioned ae
a candidate for the uppointment ehou)d
lir. Doty be removed
Saysi 'I Have Grpat Faith in tho Cutl
cura Remedies Now that I am Con
vinced of their Wonderful Merits.'
"I with to let ycu know of a coup'. of
recent CUTSS which I have made by i,ie u.
of the Cuticura Remrrtltn. l ast August, at.
of thl city earn to my office, trouble
with a nver kln cruptloa. At brt I cuu'
not understand th nature of the can until
had n-.tde a careful examination. I final:
t:aced It to hi occupation, as he wa
painter and decorator. It wa darmatllli I
Its wont form. It started with a silent rui
tlon and would afDrt most part of hi body
tnlchs, elbow, ensst, baik and abdomen -and
would termlnat lu Uttl puitulr. Tl
Itching :..! burning was dreadlul and I
would almost tear 1:1 kln apart, trying t
gel relief. 1 recommended aal the vailei
treatment I could tblnk of and he pr
about fifteen dolla on precrriptioa bu
nothing seemed to help him.
"In the meantime my wife who was eon
Ibvuallr u(fcrlng with a alight skin t.oubl
and who had been trying drnwenl prvscrlr
tlon and method with n.y as. ..lain e, loi
me me waa going to gel om or uie 1 uiiru:
Henedl and give them a trial. Hct ski
would thicken, break and bleed, rspe. tail t
th fingers, wrists Ad a: m. I could
nothing to relieve her p'rrnuacnil. Whi
(he first applied th warm l nth ol Cutk-u:
Hotp and application of Cuticura Oiutmei
ahe saw a decided lroprnrtment and In a I
days ahe wa completely cured.
I lost no time In recommending the Cut
cure Rmdlc lo Mr. , a;.J thli w
two months aro. 1 told him to r.xali wh
warm bath of tho Cuticura c v,,i end '
apply th Cuticura Ointment generous!
Ben : ve me, from t i very bist day's use at ti
Cuticura Remei'irs h wts grc-tly relktvi
tnd M-day ha la cn'mletelT currd throuf
tbtti use. I bare i - faith In lbs Cutlcui
nnidies end sr.all alwpys have i. goo-i wt
for 'hem now that I m convinced of thf
wonderful merits." (8fcnenl H. L. Whit:
head, M D IDS Darttadath St., Boton
Hu., July 23. 1910.
Cuticura floap and Ointment are aoic
thmughout the world, but a liberal airc.pl.
each, Willi 32-p. book on skin and scalp trou
blcs, will be miled free on application tc
Potter Drug A Chem. Corp., Dept. 7B. Itottou
HAIR BALSAM i
Be UN, and rVa.iunw t!io bsslr .
oinM t. luiuriaul (risjrh.
Navtvr rails to He-tor Orwm
Hair to Itt routbful Colr7
Curve eri!p r heir telling. 1
DO.VNKLLV. On Au 11. PA THICK
heio.nl huihjir.d of KHen Krr an! fj'-h.
of .Mary DQAMlljT nj.lve ot Nuwto-Vi
r'orbn. Coun ly Long ford. Ireland.
FuiiL-rul front hla lata raalJr nc, 104
Kim llttth at.. Monday at 2 P. H.
HI HHKl.l.. On sittf. 10. Major AUOTJ8.
rvs lUiMLL, arvfl 78.
Ki-nitral from Ma Ute rcaMonca, t'i
Rostra a v., Sunday 11 A M IIh wtk
a mt-niLar of th Mr l'hrrson rnane Poai
sf l-rouklyn, trrimd Army of th Hvpuh
Ua atict body w:ll b aavcorted tu the dajjot
by that poat.
KjU 1E. ELIZABETH, widow of Thorn
Meade, late of th Sevatith Ward, alau
Funera4 .Sunday at 3 P. M . from her
late rraldvnca. 401 Huth Jfourih at
Jirnuiklyn. N, Y.
Alt ssMi or suuitu e4ri.it-lea ao
-fsb at. ind HroadwM