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,r3v -- EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., FniDAY, APR. 26 1912.
TITANIC EXPERIENCES TOLD BY SURVIVORS
frr n i.ifw nynw-g-yrM wnwoyw .myt.'Vf WWiifif-
ASTOR PROVED A HERO
Ni:V VOHK, N. Y April 10. A
lino net ot licrolsm by Colonel John
.In col) Alitor was I old today liy Gcorgo
A. llnnly of Hrooklyn, wlio mirvlvcd
the disaster. "Wlicn Colonel Astor
bad assisted tits tearful )oung tvlfo
nnd licr maid into n lifeboat lie tried
to put In n liny, but Iho sailors refused
to let lilin In, saying Hint llio room
llirn wa4 only for girl children. Col.
Astor I lien picked up n woman's lint
fiom the deck and placed ItVin tlio
boy's head and brought him back In
I ho hont. Ho said:
"'Here, little Klrl, climb In, nnd Iho
officers of tho ship let tho boy through.
Ab Iho boat wns lowered awny Colonel
Aslor Blood on tho deck waving good
by." "I Hi til refuso to hcjlctc Hint my fn
Ihcr Is dead," was tho emphatic dec
laration today of Vincent Astor, son of
Colonel John Jacob Astor. "I still be
llcto ho has n rhanco to havo been
picked tip by ono of Iho many boats
Hint searched Iho bcciio of the disas
ter. HOW WOMEN WERE
Ni:W YOHK. N. Y April 19. Chas.
Herbert Llglitholdor, second olllcer of
the Titanic, mi tho stand today told a
graphic story. Llghthohler said, ho
understood the maximum speed of tho
Titanic was shown by its trial tcBts to
hae been 22',4 to 21 knots an hour.
Senator Smith asked If Iho rulo re
ipilrlug life-saving apparatus to be In
rnch room for ench passenger was
"Kverylhlng wns complete," said Mr.
"Sixteen lirebonls, of which four
weip collapsible, wcro on tho Titan
ic." ho milled. "During Iho tests," ho
hald. "Cnplnln Clark of Iho British
Hoard of Trade wns nboard Iho Tllan
Ic to Inspect tho llfo-savlnR equip
lnenl." "How thorough nro these captains
of tho Hoard of Trndo In Inspecting
ships?" ii'ked Senator Smith.
"Cnptnln Chirk Is so thorough Hint
wp called him a nuisance."
l.lghtholder bald ho wns In tho sea
with a life bell on for ono hour nnd
On Board When Shlo Sank.
"Whnt limn did you leato tho ship?"
"1 didn't leave It."
"Did It loato ou7"
"Wlicro wero ou when tho Titanic
"In Iho officers' cpiarlcrs."
Senator Smith asked what was tho
last order ho heard Cnptnln Smith
When the Ship Went Down.
"WIipii 1 nsked If I should put the
women and children In tho boats," re
plied l.lghtholder, "ho responded, 'Yes,
mid lower nwav." "
"What did you do?"
'Iho lBt boat to put off, n flont cot
Inpslblp, was Iho oun cm lop of Iho
olllcprs' ciimrters, Unitholder said.
Tho Men dumped It on deck nnd wait
rd for the wntcr lo float It off. Onco
nl sen It upset. Tho forward funnel
tell into Iho wntcr. Just missing Iho
raft ami nvci turning it Tho funnel
probably killed persons lu tho water.
'"I Ids was tho boat 1 eventually got
on," declared Llghtholdcr, "No ono
was mi It when I reached it. Later
nlioiit lhirl men clambered out of tho
wnter on to It All had on llfo pro
N12W YOHK, April tn Mrs. C. I
Ciune of Port Sheridan, 111, a pas-J
Henger on Iho C.irp.ithi.i, gmp u'
grjiphlc account of tho Curputhln'B
thillliug race with dentil. Shu said
when news of tho disaster beenmc
know 11 scores of passengers lined tlio
deik wnlchlng for tho lint !li?!it of
the Titanic. I
"Willi tho nld nt powerful fclii8sos,"i
Mrs ("limn said, "Wo soon sighted
Iho lifeboats, Tim llrst to coiiiu Into'
view wus 'umnncd' by womnn Pas-;
hengers nnd seniucn on Iho Cmpathln
" 'Sho has sunk,' said 1111 olllcer of
Iho ship who stood nenr mo
"I then realized for tho first tlmo
Hint in. my lives had been lost
"As Ihn Carputlila .ilovvcd up the
women it (ho cr.is of tlio 111 Ht bo.it
did not seem to be tho lean bit oxclt-l
c! They wnro taken on buaid nnd
ll'cit lalinnesH vns roimirkiilib Not
i.no of tin womoti whb crylu,; and mil
1110 of them showed unv nurvousiioss
"It wii a roinarknblo thing the
iMlmiiesa nt t'lim wompi, some wcro
thlnl) elm, vl,l!o otheri 'uirii llpspd
In i.iiir R-'-iio. Othr l.jiiu rn no
1. v. ll Memed us 'liou.-u ih:
a I" 1 11 ns liom bin ml 1 . 1 .1 t
And the women In Iho boats wcro too
dazed lo reiillzo tliolr situation. Somo
of Iho boats weio only hair lllled and
tlio men who had been rowing were
complete oxhaustod. t
"When all tho boats hnd been picked
up and thoro were 110 others In sight
the llrst burst of grk'f wus hcnid"
NERVED TO WORK
"Ho wns a good Bitlmtncr. nnd would
havo lasted a Ioiir lime with n life
belt." Tho youthful head of tho Aslor cs
tato said that his stepmother, who
was Miss Madcllno Force befpro lior
inarrlaKo, slept lato today and was not
seriously 111 from tho exposure sho ex
perienced. Aslor's belief In tho possibility that
his father l still nlhe was echoed by
Colonel Aslor's sislcr-ln-law, Miss
Kathcrlno Force. "Wo arc all terribly
distressed," she said, "but still cling
to tho hopo that Colonel Astor may
bo restored to us."
It Is learned that no steps Havo bopn
taken as yet relative to tho disposition
of tho Rrcnt estato left by Colonel
John Jacob Astor. The following
stntcnicnt was Issued at tho offices of
tho Astor estate:
"Mrs. Astor Is very 111 and under tho
earo of n physician. It will bo Impos
sible tor her to bo Interviewed or to
glto out any statement."
SAVED FROM SEA
"Did any passengers get on?" asked
"J. U. Thaer, tho second Marconi
operator, Rnd Colonel Oracle, I recall,'
said tho witness. "All tho rest wcro
firemen taken out of tho Vatcr. Two
of these died that nlRht and slipped
on Into tho wntcr. I think tho senior
Marconi operator did that."
"Died from cold?"
Rescued All They Could.
"Was thcro any effort by others to
get on board?" continued Senator
"Wo took nil wo could."
"Thcro must havo been others In tho
"Hut not nenr us."
"Scorned n half-mlc."
"Who took command?"
"I did as far as necessary."
When you left did you seo any
women or children on board?"
"Any passengers on tho so called
boat deck?" ,
An error In his testimony was cor
rected by tho witness saying ificro
wero twenty lifeboats nboard, four of
which wero collapsible Ono boat
stuck in lis tacklo and never got off.
Women Paienger Taken First.
"How wcro the passengers selected
lo 1111 Iho boats?"
"Who determined .who should go?"
"Wlionovcr I saw a woman I put her
In, oxcept stewardesses. I turned theso
"Did von seo anv attempt to got wo
men lo go who would not?"
"Why would Ihcy not go?"
"I hadn't tlmo to learn."
"Did any ask for their families to
"Yes, ono or two."
"Did nny families?"
In tho first boat to bo put off Light
holder said ho put twenty lo twenty.
live. Two bcamcn wcro placed In II.
Tho blllccr said ho could sparo no
more nnd Hint tho fact Hint women
rowed did not show tho boat wns not
WOMAN SAYS ISMAY
CARED FOR BEFORE WOMEN
NKW YOHK, N Y, Air 19 Mrs
Lilt leu P Sinllli, duuBlitcr of, Itcprc
senlatlvo James Hughes ot West Vlr
Binln, who wus returning on tho Ti
tanic frbni her honeymoon and now is
a widow, wus under a nurso's care to
c"ny 8ho told the story of tho Tl
IuiiIp'h disaster 11s she told It to her
fulher, and the blor bore eloquent
tchtlmony to the heroism dlplnid by
lin husband anil IMgar J Meyer, who
remained on tho sinking ship with blm
anil found bis gruvo In IIib ocean
Thero was one thing that Mrs Smith
could neither forgot nor forgive, and
that was the wact that tho bont Into
which she had been put with Mrs IM
gur J Mejer contulned 2J women utul
only une man, und that, iilthough thero
was room for at least 20 more pus
eiiKtr. noytlicr bur huxbiiiiil nor
Meer was put Into tho boat.
"Portunutely for us thero weio two
KnRllsh women who understood Iho
handling if ours. Pour of us rowed
whllo 11 sailor steered mid wo went
somo distance away from Iho Titanic
"Our boat left tho Titanic at about
12.30 o'clock and up to that tlmo ev
erything seemed calm and orderly on
board oxcept that there was no sys
tem In the mnrnlng of tho lifeboat
"When wo wero taken on boa rd Iho
Carp.ilhln I watched Ismuy getting on
board Ho wus taken lo a special
stateroom mid every attention was
Riven lo blm while Ihn -women had
In wait There was even n note on
his stateroom rending, 'Plense don't
disturb,' whllo stewards exerted them
selves to be of service to him Menn
whlle T hud lo sleep for 11 time on
the flnor In 11 passageway"
Mrs Hinlt'i l onlv Is jears old and
her husband was H
HORRIBLE CONFUSION WHEN
NKW YOIHC, N. Y, April 18. -Plrst
dolalls of Iho loss of Iho Titanic told
by surUvors who nrrhed hero tonlRht
, , ., , ..I,
on uonrit iho cnrpninin c cpcrnieu llio
scenes of horror which followed tho
crash with the Iceberg. Hurled from
incir uccis uy mo icrrnic impact, amiu
tho rending of slccl plates and Iho
splintering of slccl girders, they rush
cd on deck to meet tho officers and
crew nlrcndy lowering Hip lifeboats
"(lot into tho llfobontsl Never mind
your clonics nnd valuamcsi
11, la nrna tl.n nrilnl. Il.n, m..l uii.ma
f.. m. i- i- .i t i. .-
I lit- ifiuiuu in uuuilieui ll iuhj- men were Clinton to lllltll uiu oars
.sink Inside or fifteen minutest" was No survivors can cpicjstlon tho pour-
I nil they wcro told. A shouting, "fran- ago or tho crow, hundreds of whom
tic, fear-crarcd crowd poured trom tho gave their lives with a heroism which
steerage and rushed frantically for equnled, but could not pxeepd. that ot
tho boats, only lo bo driven back by Major Arehlo Putt, Henry II Hnrrls,
tho remnants of tho shattered rrew,', Inclines Kutrolle. nnd others In tho
2m of whom nlrcndy wcro crushed to long list of first-class cabin pnsscn
death ns Ihcy stopped In the bows of gers.
MRS. KATE HENRY-FORGIVES PAST
OF JOYNER AND BECOMES BRIDE
Mrs Kale Voorhlcs Henry of San
Prniiclsco, well known in Honolulu so
clrt), nnd n close personal frlctnl of
Princess Kavvananuko.i, will shortly be
married to Sterling Joyner, a noted en
gineer of New York Such Is the In
fortunium that has reached Mrs
Henrj's friends here In fact, tho
inarrlngo ceremony may have been
performed before this time, asaJoncr
.was to have arrived In San Prnnclsco
'sonic time while the malls from the
.Coast were on th5lr way here '
I A H.lli Prniiclsco paper publishes Iho
Mrs Kathcrlno Voorhlcs Henry, long
prominent In the "dreenwny set," the
"southern set" and other grund divi
sions of society, Is huxy planning for
her niarrlago to Sterling Joyner, Iho
New York engineer vvboie achieve
ments have won hint distinction In
America anil South Africa, and who
Is c'hulrmau of tho New York Statu
Panama-Pae-ltlc exposition committee
Tho marriage will bo celebrated,
Mrs. Henrj said cterd.iy. as soon as
Joj nor arrives from New York She
understood that he hud left there jes
The marriage will be celebrated, Mrs.
Henry further said, In splto of tho
stories she hud heard ubout tier Dunce
Ignores the Pait. ,
"We tire lo bo married very soon,"
said Mrs Ilcnr "Mr Joyner Is il.
single mun, 11 bachelor. Yes, I heard
that ho was lu California a year ago
with a woman win' was then under
stiKMl to be Ills wife 1 have been told
that she wus his wife, but this I know
In bo untrue In fact, he told me
about that affair himself It Is over
now, and 1 shall not hold hlin respon
sible for what he inny4iavp clone In
tho past It was all over beforo I met
"I was Introduced lo him by mutual
friends, and I know bis Klnndlng Is
very high In New York The woman
supposed to be Mr. Joncr's wife, I un
derstand, Is u very rcllucd woman, a
married woman "
Admits Being Warned.
Mrs. Henry admitted that her
friends had udvlsed her to bo cautious,
but she said she wns sattslled that all
those matters were of tho past.
When asked If sho had heard that
there was 11 supposition that Mrs Joy
ner wns living at 101 Ilerkeley Place,
,New York, Mrs Henry said It was not
true "This other woman Is now In
Portland," sho said.
I Mrs Henry acknowledges Iho truth
of Iho observations miido by Wmidrnw
.Wilson at tho Fairmont Hotel Imnipiet
that "many men when away rrnmtliHr
homes have a tempi. rar) adjournment
of their standards"
The New Yorker's View.
"Yes, Hint Is o,ulto true," sho said.
"A New York man, when lie comes lo
California, thinks lie Is coming to tlio
end of the earth and out of civilisation
land j on know ho might prepare for
I what he bellnvcs tn be tho situation,"
1 sho explained "A mall who Is not
married, who has no responsibilities,
may depart from rcrtnln standards
which others accept Of course, there
jnre men who are. as strict In their
jennduct as Is u good woman, but for
tho most part men are moro careless
or carefree In such matters.
, "Mr Joyner explained Iho circum
stances to me frankl), us ho said Unit
It might come In me In the vva of
scandal, and I do not think that f
.should hold him responsible for what
. i . . i .
happened In his lire beroro tve met"
1 Mis Knllierlne Voorhlcs Henry Is
nne of the liandsoim' women of Han
Pranclsco socletj She Is the daimhter
of tlio into Dr Alfred Hunter Voor-
Iho huge steamship. Porward Ihn
vessel was a mass of Hpllnterpil stpel
!"' ''lcccR "f ,co w,,lc,, fc" "I10'1 ,l,01
., , ,, ., , ,, , , , ..I
Hurriedly llio second, third roiirlh'
nn(I flm, m,prs wero told off to cnji,.,
mnnd tho first of Hip llfpboats low-
. " i.mnu.- iwinoiu m i- mu
nrsi in icnic, uui uio cry went mi
"Women and children first- Shoot
y ono nttompHng tcr crowd them
;,.. ""- ' L
Awed by tho threat the fearstrlck
i mob fell back and Hio-ollLcra pick-
I out tho women nnd thrust them In-
In Ihn first of Ihn lifeboats i:n.,l.
,.- . ....
hie- and lesldes at 1311 Van .Ness ave
nue. She fnrmcrl) was the wife of
James Malcolm Henry, nmi.Hgir of
Lewis, Johnson & Co.'s bank In Wash
ington, I) C
She secured 11 divorce June t. It'll",
on tho ground of cruelly Stun tin 11
she bus made her home with her
mother, Mrs. Voorhlcs, und has ap
peared frequently lu Hun Prune Ise-o
Koi'trtv 11 Iiiih hoen ront'iiti dtv 1 11
inored Hint sho was cjignRcd lo be
i,,rrl..,l r.ir tier nllrnetlve li.roinilllv
drew nian admirers to her eourt. but
.... . , .
ii tit II Im in r iiii ti m Klin rami. 1 In oil tin.
Acted ai Enginter.
Sterling Jn.vni-r Is a e-lvll eiiKlneer
who wus iibmpc'IhU'iI with Civil Hhodes
i.. ..... u.....i. ...i- ....... .. ...i
III III" f',i.li. iiir.eiill e-Ai'i"iii,i"o u.i'i
was decorated will, a ,nrdl by Uueen
Victoria ror valiil service rendercl fc,oalH As 'soon ns Iho men passen
the HrllMi cause. Ills 'family home K(,r8 ,rcli t Kct t, imB ,my
I' In New York und ut one lime be wero shot nt. I do not know who did
una mentioned ns n cuiidilato tor gov-
ernor of lh.it Ktnte. Ho Is chairman
of the New York Hlato committee of
., ., .
the Panama-Paclllc lntirn.illon.il ex-
On his llrst trip lo California be
came tn consider the acceptance of an
Important post In tho exposition or-
guiilatlon. but the post wasn't orfered
to him. or sonielhliiir like. Hint and ho
to Mm. or so metlilni. llko tluil. nn.l Ho
returned to New ork i
Jnjner wns severely Injured wlille III
South Africa and frequently sulTers
from recurrence of the effects of tho
Injury. He has Just recovered from n
severe attack of his aliment, but will
, ., .. , , . .,
leavo New ork as soon as lie Is able
"I bad two letters and a telegram
jesterdny from hlin I nm expecting
word now that be lias started,'
eluded Mrs. Henry
SCOTT'S AID, ILL,
MAUI FH ON IfiF.
LiciltCliant EvanS SdZCd Wtl
Qnn Z AI. n lii Qm.tli
OlUIVUy VVIIIIU III OUUlll
LONDON. Knit.. Apr :i -How Lieu-
! ' !-
tenant Kvans of Captain llobert I'
U...,'m nv..l.,rl.,i- i.irli u. rn t-i'lr-tl In.
bcotts explorliiK lirl strui,i,ie(l lo-
ward tho South Polo dily after clny.
although seriously III with scurty. and
llndlly was dragged on a sh-dgo by
two companions until n plijslclnii wns
rraclie.i, Is related In the second in-
slnlmeut i.fH'aptaln Scott's story, pub-
. ... i... i ... t ............,
4 IK. 11 i-oiini...OK "I KHUi'imni
. - . .. ...1.1... i ii
i,v....n ....i. .iic-Httrn jir-.i.'-j not. ,,((--ii
sepuraUd from Captain Siott ut 87
dciin'pH 3S mlnuti's Mid returned Cap-
tain Seott ami Ids men wcro tlun very
lit und were conlldeiit or reaching tho
pole The Kvans part was hinder
eel for three .l..s by a bllzrard, and
wero obliged to make a detour from
tho rood depot near Mount Darwin,
but this thes did not regret
The descended It. Ilearilmorei fllii-
cler easily, often sledging down, but
half way down they were held up by
rog among dangerous lie rails und
crevasses, and It took them two days
of hard work to git out During tlio
succeeding 300 miles nothing happen-
e.l, hut at fin degrees mid 4.1 minutes
Lieutenant Kvans was taken slik with
scurvy , The Manliness of tlio party
compelled him to struggle mi in spite
of tho pain and dlllleulty for four days
Dragged on 8ldge. .
Ho was then comletel dlriabled, and
Ills two companions dragged lilui on a
sledge for four more das. when n
snowfall made unj fiirlhe-r movement
lm''"sl,hlr ; LloulenH.it Kvans beenme.
worse, and fireon started alone to reaeli
n ,lllt ,n mMor. ,,, IIr. r,..lc,cd
Mine In is hour in inipletel e-
' "rprcentatlve. Martin of Colorado
Introduced a resolution p'liposliiir un
llntcijtlb'utlon of tho nmvllcr trust,
NKW YOHK, N. Y . April Pi Hn.
! eil, jet nerved to Iho highest pitch b)
10 or,,cnI ,hl.OHKh whch ,,,,,,. were' f,!1",r",' !. lh 'r!'"';" "f for-' ,"'"''" '
, , ... ,, i mrr President Itoosctolt. Miss oung, the steamer a
passing, women survivors of the Tl-'fcnld- li..rf
r. "cr ,7lmn", in '" ,' i "Tho ln8t "crson ,0 whom ' ''mV"
rrnlcl "lc" the Cnrnnlhla reached ho ,, K)ar, tho T,nnc Arche ii,t
f" ,0 of ll' '' T.1"' ,f"?. "'V'"' llls K00'1' ,,raVo fncc' """"B t
r'l""t ""o !'" rnwed b) women'
wuen caiunin uosiron. wno nnu hem
ll . I I , .1 It n I l l ft ,!
, , . , 7, K , , , "' "rut f
"" l'wm "1'insliliiK nbout among
, , "S.rKB n ,- , , , '
, 'n"v i""" i)uii-i,oriion, wio eji
, ?'"' , ,. , ,, or ,"e. ,l,n"''',,
, ; mM tlinl tlio pnnle linjl begun
seize some of the remaining pns-
"""J0 ''' ",0 ,lmo h"r 1,"lt tta!' l""'-
. . 1 .... ,.j ,
"l.iery ono seemed lo be rushing
for Hint bont. nearly the last of nil At
tow men crowded In nnd wero turned
back nt tlio point of Captain Smith's
rpolpr Spvpral wero felled beforo
order was restored.
Man Is Shot.
"I recall Hint I wns pushed nlong to
ward ono of the boats nnd helpil In.
.llio boat wns lowered part way down
mu uutiin. .jum u-, we- nnu uoui.i ic.
' clear tho ship n mnn innde n rush to
get aboard nnd was shot. Ilp appar
cully wns killed Instantly nnd his body
fell Into the boat nt our feet. No 0110
mado an effort In remove Iho body,
nnd It remained benenth our feet until
wo were picked up by I he Carpal Ida.
"I saw bodies lu Hip wnter In nil di
rections. The poor souls could uotlgr.ni fultwave to a shark's lull whin
have llveiHong, for tho wnter was tcr- tic cruising A svvordllsh's tin Is
rlbl cold" ! t,r,r.. cornered, but the edges or
Thnt nil possible mentis wero taken rp ,.,.,, ,, ,,, ,, M
o prevent tho male passengers im ,.
hoard tho Titanic from going away
lifeboats mill leaving HlP WOIIII'II nlld
rhlMri'ii In perish Is the slntpment of
Mlou 1 111 !....! I,.. ... ..f If.. ... .. H i
inn i 1 j ijviii 11 mil l'l I VI JiIH"HI I' I , 4. 1
...... , l
1 .. n Hrcoiiu (i.iKH pnKKciiKPr, who nnhl
. she saw shots fired at men who em-
ileal ored Ic. get away
"1 had not been tn bed hnlf nil
hour," said Miss llenthnm, "when tho
steward rushed down to our cnblusl
.... I . . .'....... . . ..
"'"' ",,,, " "I1.1. " L "r -:I"",PH ."'."'i-,Xa .',""- 'S '? . """" .fnml ",0,,;
ii.ino on deck. Wo were Ihrnwn into
"T WB " ,),01 l".ml. "."
ono of llio women. Tho baby a hands
,,., ,,cpn c, f . , (hllk tt(s
allvo. Tho mother did not give ,t up.
During Iho night when waiting for the
Cnrpnthla four of tho crow died In Ihn
boat and wero throw n overboard. It
wnH, lter inl.l nnd wo hnd lo vvnll till
X " elock '" "10 ,nnrl'1K hc-roro being
(nk(ii off Jio ,rebontB ()f , (ar.
Mm.' Alexander T. Compton and her
dnughlcr. Miss AIlco Compton, of Now
Orleans, two of tho Tltntilc's rescued
Passengers, reached Now' e.rk pros-
traleil over the loss of Mrs. ("ompton's
son. Alexander, who went down wllli
t() j jnrr
Didn't Reallie Danoer.
"Wo vvnvod good by to my sou," snld
Mrs. Compton. "Wo did nut rcn1l7P,(il(, naur, (lie uirved (In and the lull
Iho great danger, but ll.oughl wo vveroj
fitll V tint tl tr u ii tit fill I In Il.n limit j n
precnullonnry incnsuro. "' "" ,"""",,p Wlv""" "'" """ M"'
"When Cnptaln Smith hnnded us" fair slued fellow Our bow was
llfo preservers ho said cheerily, "They j swinging lain line with him Norman.
will keep you warm If ou do not havo at the wheel, could nco nothing.
o use thuni. Then tho crow began
,',,'nrl"K, ,no lmnlH m"1 l"'t'"K l"!vvas .t some dlMance ahead
. ho. i.e.. .nil, loom.
I Mi's. John Murray Hroivn id Acton, , . . ' , , , ' , i ho lifeboat for two hours. Sho snld
Mnss.. who with her sisters. Mrs Itohi "''"' A blB-l.nned. nnm iiinii lbiH10 ,ul8 compelled lo handle, tho cam
"l C, Cornell and Mrs. IJ. I). Apple skipper. ...ore than six fed high and llcr8clf rm- fmir ,1)Ur.
),, ero Hftvcji wn (10 11Ht Hft,. wide sliiiuldcii'd, with a good reach Sneer Cast at Women.
bonttogol nvvnysufely. and a muscular back He bc-rieil his I "We'll teach those rich Yankees'
"Tho hand plated, marching rrom'iiole a week now since! he bad lrone-if wives vvo'ro running tilings," tho ofll-
leck lo deck," Mrs. Drown said. "Tho
...., .. . ... , .t- 1 i.l
""'""" e.u u . ... in s.i.es
"UlCT W UC'II I IIIHI HIIW IIICII1 VVO 111
i.i ,,, c,i u,in, t
fcrcd assist anco lo Cnptaln Sinllli of
'0 Titanic when tho water colored
the ship, but ho refused to get Into Iho
Colonel Af tor Walts with Men.
"Mrs. Astor wns In Iho lifeboat with
niv sister, Mrs Cornell I heard Colo
nnl l,lnp Inll Itnr Ik. wiiiiI.I unit ii-l.l.
"v. ....u. .. ..b. ..v ... ......
"Wo Honied around a half-mllo or ho,11"' P""". """ " ine tin.
Irnm tho bcpiio ot Iho disaster lor roiir)
bouts before wo wcro picked up by
tho Carpnthla, she said. I wus In
bed when tho crash came. Hy the tlmo it nilM i.i-unipiiy "stea.lj st.i.a-dy
1 was dressed everything seotue.l Mul-i ....,, ,,. ,..." ,e-e cniild not
(ll ,,,,,1 i mj doivn lu my borth again, U",, ""'"; l,,,,,"; "" '""" ""l
assured that there was no danger l1"''" ""' n"h fr'"" ihP ,1,,K ,,"t ""'
nroK(, nf,llUl llt ,10 KilininoiiH or njfrcmi (he mastheiiil could follow his
Kinwatdess. Tlioro wero very few course under water
lm8FIu.ors ,, t, ,,.ck wlmn I reaih mm
C( thero There) wns no panic, nnd thc. Diinuuds r... Increased pa liuto
.iiHdpHnu ,, t,0 'ntnnlc's crow win b.e-n made upon ll. iiiustir l.iilldus by
,,,,,-f cU ,,,,. N,. ,,,m.. ,'ml,tlll(.r' riilou
Reserved Seal., $1, 75e and 50c. On isle Mondsy, April 29, at the
Pox Offieo of tho Orpheum Theater, Hotel Street.
JWAJ, BUTT BRAVE TO END
WASHINGTON, I). 0 April l'l A the Utile courtesies at rnlmly and
graphic story of the licrolsm or Major llh ns smiling a rncp as If death wns
Archibald Hull on Iho Tltnnle wns told'""' awny' I"1"1'"' '""lug bul a few
. , , . , . momi'tilH removed from him. When
lodny In an Intcrtlew given to the )lo ,,,, uin,fl wrapped mc up ho
WnshliiRton Star's stall correspondent j Mopped on the gimwnlo of tho boat,
In New York by Miss Mnry K. Young, and, HftltiR his hat, smiled down nt
a former resident here. j mo
Miss Youiir, believed to have been " '(Joodby, Miss VoiifiR.' he said
the last woman to leave iho Tltanlc.l hrniclv and smiling. 'Luck Is Willi
mifl Mnlor 1'iilt had lone been frlendi.' e.m tent ii. Lri.i.n,. N.innmiin, ..n ...
MI"H V"""R haling been a special mu
I .in" nm hi'iiu. inuu ma-, m... .....; hi.
, from ,
uio iiecs oi ine steamer, wai
i n. lnai I rnniii .nuii.,r.iui, n,
.w-.-. ...........0.. .o .,.w
lont I was In pulled away from tlun
"Ax-'1'0 himself put mo Into llm
tmat. wrapped blankets nroutid mc and
tucked me in as carefully as If wo
werp stnrlliiR mi a motor ride Ho
entered Iho boat with inp, performing
John was noted among hl( males
for his c eight The skipper n.iil.l
tell 3011 of Incredible eHplaucc
which John could see 11 tin. and iveu
pick out a svvordtlsh's from a shark'?
There Is n difference of course A
shark's tin Is largel triangular, arid
his tall Is iilwiDs mining There h a
,"r""K" ""' Wl
l""tl"" Will 11
llllll I f lllllie'l tl IIII'MII
thrro WHH tl KllKllt
bre.e nnd the sea's siirfni
I. -..!,. .. I..1. .1111.... 1111.. . ... . I. tu
iM'irvi it linn 11 iiuni'iii 111111; vv 11 1 1 11 is
ever one looking like a (In. thnt wns
whin John performed mlmclcs at the
On the afternoon of that morning
which saw us ainotn; the licet we
The skipper stood up mid uii'dlpi.cd
his long pole Norman's back stiffen
ed on the whiel-bi.x Hill enme out o'
his trance, loo, id aloft and shifted
Ills guso' to leewiir.l Tin- brlRht. bald
head of the cook shone up the fore
castle hutch, ami then up c.iuic him
self, smoking lrumiulll He cuxt a
peek aloft, said Plsh-h unci Mtppcd
till to tile deck
"Pair nbcain to lie'anP" John
( ailed, mid Normaii. with ees on the
roTiipuss. put the wheel up The iis-
senger was looking hard, but as et
i mild se-e nothing-nothing but tlio j
coiners of a million little wavelets.
wide b might have been !lh, but which
lie Knew were not. The skipper, erect
now, was balancing his pole, lint
without looking at It Ills c)cs were
for lish cub
"Hard up'" cnnie John's voice, and
we all could see It swooping ttirniigli
. .,. ,,. ,t. ,,, jllllRlnt
'Mcidi P called John The svvordllsh
I .,. ..,., , t .!. '
i.rdltsli-unil looked back to see
,, lI(ar )0,ml ,lm
, , , ,. , ., , ,, , ,
bis Iron 50 fatliolns of line run back
' " " "" "r "' """' "
Ibc end ..r that lino was a black-and-
while painted buo Looking after
line and buoy was tlio cook's busl-
,,,;. , w tlio eook, Intcrprellng
skipper's look, hung
'" an. I
stowing his pipe In hlst,10 wnr,ri f)W fpo( lttuVi
We were vvjlhln hair the vessel's
dciiKtli of our llsh nlun be dlsiip -
neared "Port'" called John, and port
nil the folks back home''
I hen he stopped to Hip deck or
nil the boat 1 was In wai
e water. II was the last
,""1' " lcnV(-: of "
i ,ortaln Al, , km
1 "' I'""" bo w,
his I nm perfectly
ow thai t nm Iho
iasi cu inoso wiio wero snvcei to wnom
Archie llult spoke. As our boat low-
, .i ,. .,. ..,.. .. . .
-i.-u uiiu u-n nm mm- ui mu Bit-uuiui
Arcliln wns still stnndlng at llio rail.
looking down nl mc Ills hat wir,
raised and the samp old, genial, lirmo
mlle was on his face The picture
he made as he Blood there, hat l(
hniid. binic and smiling, Is one Unit
will nlwnjs linger In m memory."
PIIILADI-'.I.I'HIA. Pa. Apill 19. Ill
describing her experiences In Hie sink
ing of the Titanic, Mrs George I).
I Wlilener, whoso hiislinnd, n well-
known flnnucler of this clt, and their
son were drowned, snld she anvv Cap
tain Smith Jumping from tho hrldgo
into llio sea nnd t lint a moment pre
vious slip hnd soon anotlipr onicpr turn
n revolver upon himself and send a
bullet through bis brain.
"My husband nnd I hnd re 1 1 red In
our cnblti for tho night." slip said,
"when tho shock ot crashing Into llio
Iceberg occurred Wo thought little
id It and did not leave our cabin.
"Wo must haxp remained thero an
hour lipfnto becoming fearful. Then
Mr. Wldcncr wont to our son llarrj's
room nnd brought hlin to our cabin.
'A short lime later Harr went to Iho
deck and hurried back nnd told us wc
must go on deck.
"Mr. Wldcncr and llarrj a fow min
utes later wont on deck mid nldc.l Iho
nlliccru, whet were then having I rouble
with thoso In tho stecrngp. That wan
tlio last I saw cr my nuslmtid or no-,
"I went on deck and was put into u
lifeboat. Ah tho bont pulled awa)
from the Titanic I saw one of the c.lh.
rers shoot himself In tho head and a
few mltiules Inter Raw Captain Smith
Jump from the hrldgo Into Iho sea."
Mrs Wldcncr Is al her home nt HI
kins Pnrk. Pa., nenr here Tho onllro
Wldcncr family, which Is among tho
most prominent In Philadelphia's lin
nncinl nml xuclnl ilicles. Is overcome
.y tho disaster. Tlio family has re-
eolved messnges of 8)nipnthy from nil
parts of Iho world.
DENVER WOMAN GRILLS
OFFICERS JFOR BRUTALITY
NP.W YOHK, N. Y . April 19. A
blory shockingly hniinl in contrast
wfth tho tales of heroism and sacri
llco that have come from the Titanic
disaster was told this evening by Mrs.
J. J. Hrown of Denver, ono of tho sur
Colonel Aslor and U.ulnr Straus and
Mrs. Straus would hato been bated
had It not been for I lin olllcer in com
mand of Iho first lifeboat which loft
tho doomed ship, hald Mrs. Droit n.
In addition lo IhK she iiccusph Iho
olllcer of having made Mrs. Aslor row
j ccr sneered, sho said, tt . lion tho women
In tho hont pleaded with him to savu
n mnu who wns drowning close tn tho
bont nnd ho refused.
Tho lifeboat was cast oil with sev
eral or ItB seals unlllled. Mrs. Hrown
declared, hut soteral of tho passen
gers from tho steerngo wero given a
place In it. After tho bont had been
lowed somo dlstniico from tho sinking
. Tltfi.ili. ll louri unii uiinn a. r.if.i-lliii' In
Tho pussiingers hogged Iho otllri'r to
stop and pli k up tho man. He refused
I ami ordered Iho men lo keep on row
Hnvo him or wo will throw ton ov
erboard!" ono of the passengers shout
l, nnd tho others In Ihn boat look up
tho cry. with such effect that tho offi
cer ordered Iho men to turn nbout nnd
try lo rose no htm. When tho boat
reached tlio spot where tho man wna
laht Been lie had disappeared.
Women Ordered To Row.
After tlio Titanic had sunk the offi
cer Btnrlod to liulldoro tlio vv onion,
Mrs. Hrown says, and commanded
thorn to man Hie nnrs.
"I rowed until piy arms ached ns
though Ihcy would all on," she con
tinued. "It must havo been fully rour
hours Mrs. Astpr was compelled lo
row, loo. Sho wns rowing nbout half
us long ns I vvtiB.
"I nm willing tn go before Iho Sen
nto Investigating conimllteo nnd (ostl
ft lo all that I have said," she con
cluded, "Hundreds of lives woro sacri
ficed needlessly. In Hits disaster, and I,
rot cine, nm eager to see Justice done."
The llairlur.ton cotton mills, nt
irt'al "nrrlliRtim. Mans . announce an
. advance of wages for tho neuters to
ItiUia ctlcvt ImmcUltttcl),
..ji. .W V.. m elff Jth
r.ii JUtXt- -.-tr-!" T-tfr. . M i-Jl--.-"' mi ii" "' tviAtpt.