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IN STORY OF
Minute By Minute the World
Learned of Disaster
Tho wonders f wireless telegraphy,
have never been no vividly shown u
they Imve been In the caBe or the loss
of the great steamship Titanic. llun
iheds of imssnges weie exchanged be
tween the Titanic and tho ships ut
hen, which transmitted them ushore, ta
tun .hemispheres. While tho Tltunlo
vim sinking the world ut large was
Klven Meeting glimpses of what was
going on, by tho operators of the ships
In the fog, hundred of miles nway.
Here, In brief, Is the chronology of
how the wireless messages came In
nils most wonderful demonstration of
th modern magic, of science:
April 14, 10i25 p. m. "8. O. S."
"H.' O H." "S.' O. B," Is flashed out by
the operutor aboard 'the Titanic, which
hns run Into an Iceberg tt night.
April 14, 10(35 p. m. "S. O. 8." li
beard by the wireless operator at tho
( 'ii I m Itace station, and, realizing It h
tho code hlgnul for danger at sea, hur
April 14, 10i40 p. m. "Hurry!
Hurry! We noecY help!'1 comes the
distress cry from the Titanic us soon
us the operutor at C'upe Knee gets his
Instrument In tune with tho liner. "Wo
lmo struck an Iceberg. We need
April 14, 10:42 p. m. "Am transfer
ring call for help tq nil ships at sen,"
dinners Cape lluco operator. "Where
mn you? How's weather"
April 14, 10:50 p. m. "We're In
4AHC north latitude and liO:U west
longitude." Which Is uhont 900 miles
from Now York. J "Weather cold
much (ce foir"
April 14, 11 p. m. "Hurry! Hurry!
Hurry! Wo'ro filling and sinking by
tlio head. Women being taken oft In
llfeboits. Hurryl Hurry! Hurry!"
April 14, 11 p. m. "Clot your mes-r-age,"
Allan lino Virginian Mashes both
to Tape Hnce operator nnd to Titanic.
"Proceeding to Titanic"
April 14, 11 p. m. to mldnlqht-r-In-tiimlt'tent
messages ifroni Tltunlo:
"Hurry! HurryJ Hurrj'I Sinking by
April 14, 12 mldnlnht "We're about
170 miles from Tltunlo. Hurrying with
all speed," the operutor on Vlrglnlnn
Hashes to tho distressed ship and sta
tions. April 15, 12i10 , m. "Have heard
distress culls," wires steumer Olym
pic. "Vre hurrying. Are In latitude
IQ-t3 north nnd longitude 01:18 west.
Should lenih you soon"
April 15, 12(10 a. m. "Making- nil
haste," wires steumer llaltlc. "We'ro
only about 200 miles east.',.
April 15, 12:27 a. m "Hurry!
Hurryl Hurry!" again comes cull from
Titanic "We'ro Kin " the message
suddenly becomes blurred The wire
less operutors on land nnd sen strive
frnntlcully to get In tune with the dis
tressed liner, und blue Hume splutters
from their Instruments at they pound
nt tho transmitters. Tho Virginian Is
at this time ICO miles uwny from tho
April 15 "Curputhln reached Tltnn
Ic's position ut daybreak," Is message
sent In New York from Captnln Hud
dock of tho Whlto Star liner Olym
pic. "Found boats nnd wreckage only.
Titanic had foundered about 2:20 n, in
In 41-.1C N. 60: 14 W All boats ac
counted for. About 875 souls rescued,
crew unci passengers. Intter nearly
ill women nnd children. Ix-yland line
steamship Callfornlan remaining nnd
searching exact position of disaster.
Cnrpathlu returning to NW York with
survhors. 1'leuse Inform Cunard."
April 15 Throughout forenoon Our
pathla sends fragmentary messages
thai uro relayed by other steamers
through Cupo lluce ond other wire
less stations, estlmiitlng that 1S00 lives
were lost In the wreck of tho Titanic,
April 16, 2:30 a. m. Steumer Olym
pic, relaying messuges of Curputhla,
begins to send u revised list of the
rescued to New York, woro thnn three
hundred mum's being sent up to day
break. April 16, 5 p. m. Tho Allun lino
steamer Purlilun, reporting by wire
less to Montreal by way of Halifax,
announces tlint'she bun none of tho
Tltunle rescued pnssengers on bourd.
April 16, 5i20 a. m. Itelnycd mes
sage Is received at Montreal from Car
pathlu announcing that Charlei M.
Hays, president of the Grand Trunk
Hallway, Is among tho survivors. Huys'
wife nnd daughter lire nlso reported
umong survivors on Carpathla.
April 16, 5i30 a. m. "Arrived on
scene of dlsnslcr too late to bo of ser
lco," Is message sent by Captain
Cumbell of the Virginian to Allan linn
nt Montreal. "Am proceeding to Liv
erpool." April 16, 5:30 a. m. Sable Island
cable ship Mlnlu reports through the
wireless stntlon at Halifax, N. S.. that
she has fclghtcd great mass of wreck
age, but no boats or rufts of the Tl
tunle. April 16, 6 a. m. Mnrconl report ro-
ceheil by White Rtur line nt New York
from Captain Hostron saying that
there are S08 survivors on the Carpn
tlda. April 16, 10 a. m. Message received
by Marconi Wireless Company from
Its stutlnn nt Cupo Race Indicating
there nre- no survivors aboard tho I'n
rlslun or Virginian.
1 April 16 Another) related wireless
message Is received from Captain Ho
stron of the Carpathla ut New York,
which reuds: "Am proceeding to New.
York unless otherwise ordered, with'
iilinnt 800. After having1 counseled
Willi Air ismuy nnti cnnsiuering ino
circumstances, with so much lee about, '
consider. New York best. I-nrgo niitii-1
ber of Icebergs and twenty-mile Held ,
of Ice with bergs amongst" I
April 16, 12 m. A second wireless
mesinge Is received from the steamer '
l'urlslan saying that after steaming
through much he'ivy Ice looking for
punsengers of tho Tltanlo "sho encoun
tered none The Parisian reports that
tho weather hub so Intensely cold that
even If nny persons might have clung
to the floating wreckage they would
In all probability havo perished from
exposure bcfoio they could have been
picked tip. The l'urlslan Is expected
In Halifax on April 17 with supple
mentary news of the disaster
April 1C Messuges from President
Tufe ut Washington are sent to tho
revenuo cutter OreHinm nt Boston nnd
tho Acushnet at Wood's Hole, Mass.,
ordering them to proceed to sen to
tneqt the Carpathla. Tho President
hns also ordered the scout cruiser Sa
lem, equipped with tho -best wireless
In tho navy, to proceed from Hampton
Hands to meet tho Carpathla und send
a completely revised list of tho Tl
tanlo's survivors to the government nt
PRINCE OF WALES .
Throne Heir Goes to Franco to
.Study and Bo Guest of
PAH1S, France, April 10. Franco Is
showing the gtentest Interest In tlio
arrival today from London of the
I'rlnco of Wules, who Is to puss Bev
einl months In the French capital
with tho Murquls de IlreteulU whoso
wlfo Is r.dlth Garner, daughter of the
luto William T darner of New York.
Viscountess de Dreteull, slsicr-lu-luw
of the mnrnuls, aim Is un Amer
ican girl, IMytho Citant. Tho Anlerl
cuti colony In Purls tliorofi.ro tukes it
lively lnteio.it In tli.i sojourn here of
tin- prince, who Is coming with lim
tutor to complete aw edurnl'iM! In
The Muret Is and MiirclilonesA do
Kreteull postiss a mnrgldu on tho
Avenue, du Pels de Holcritie, ir whlcn
a suite Is to be placed ut the disposal
of the, ounir prince
In welcoming tho )"!nco the nows
pnpors uxprens the hope that ho, liko
I.Ik srandfnther. Klir, Kdwnr.l, will
hecoiiio fond ,of Purls. The Marquis
de Dreteull was a close friend of King
Ki'ward for enrs.
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