MARRIED To Count Santa Eulalia Is tbe Widow of John i). Stetson, the Millionaire Hat Manufacturer. Phlladelphla, July 23. Mrs. Sdrah EUsa- beth 8tetson,. widow of the late millionaire hat manufacturer. John B. Stetson, was married to-day to Count Santa Eulalia, of Portugal, by Mnnslgnor Turner. Chancellor of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia. ... .' The ceremony, which was performed at the bride's beautiful estate near this -olty, was a quiet affair. The bridal pair left for New Tork, where they will remain until Saturday, when they will sail for Europe. ORLEANS KIN Were Greatly Surprised To Hear of the Marriage of Mrs. Stetson. rSriAt DISPATCH TO THE IXCIB. Orleans, Ind., July 23. Countess Eulalia, who waa formerly. Mrs. J. B. Stetson, was born and - reared here. Her maiden name was Sarah Elizabeth Shtndler. She received her Education in the public schools here. and .was afterward a teacher here and at Paoll, Ind. As J Miss Shlndler rho was .devoted to music, and It was while pursuing her studies along that line in Philadelphia that she met Mr. J. B. Stetson In the home of her aunt. Mrs. Edwin Hurkness. Mr. Stetson's first, wife was a sister to Mr. Hark-ncss. After her marriage to Mr. Stetson, and her rise from a person of moderate circumstances to one of wealth, she many times remembered charitable movements In Orleans. She was an enthusiastic member of the Baptist Church here and contribufed liberally to it. She established a library In the Sunday school The Countess has many relatives, who were rreatly surprised to learn of her re cent marriage.