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CUNARDER ALMOST SINKS OFF IRISH COAST
O'REILLY'S FATE IN HANDS OF JURY
WEATHRR-Shoneri to-night, warmer.
DITI O M
PRICE ONE CENT.
Harlem Woman Returns Home
to Discover Thief Caught
in Death Trap.
FAMILY OUT OF TOWN.
Housebreaker Slowly Choked I
to Death as Trapdoor
Closed on Neck.
Home time w:t'iln the last tl-.rec WMfcj
burglar undertook to break Into the
reatdenee of Kiias Bttrm at nv las west
t 'no Hundred nnd Twenty-fir: street
A skylight dr. pped on his ns-l: a he
Mrrrtl down through, the roof nni
there he ilanalr 1. choking by lnchn
v Idle the )har; edav'nf the mantrap
s uv rut off .lis lire.) t l nnd nnd
Into fcli neon. Tbl body nrag fo.ind late
thii afternoon, Mill hanging.
Mr. Surut : a wealthy a lol .ile wool
len merchant at Xv IT lirc-no street
May 4 h closed his town OU , which 't
h fijr-itory building 0( brl ... and look
.s family to their cotta.;.- a' Arverni
f th Kmmw
Woman Visited Hcse
To-day Mrs s.irtK came I .i 1; to the
r ty on a shopping tour Mm - del to
v alt the home to tot II in r : h tig was
In orjer. She earned a key widen ad
mitted her throng ) the front door.
' n e Inside she was struck hy the fact
that there eeemed to he lrj camphor
strctin upon th rugs nnd enrprts thnn
t o-uld be there If the moth? were to he
k-pt away. She know where there was
tg of MMphor n a pantry, and tilt
got It and started through the houae.
erumbllni the stuff and sprinkling It is
She advanced thui frm the f:ri:
1 or to the s c vi I and so . a to tin
attic. F.;e uas on tho point of entering
a email room on the top ROOT wucn
.e siw sumet.i.ag wv.h-h aen: tier h'lr
T "Ing downstairs I fast as ahe POU I g 1
Her presence of mind holding gaodi
Mrs. Pur.it called lip Police Hiadquar.
tors. Patrolman Horn Oil sorted front
the Wei; One Hundred and Twenty-fifth
etreet station to the guru I home On
the way he met Ml'.ler, tne pollcem an
OH poll, and togct.-.er tho men enterc 1
and, directed hy Mr.i. Snrut. made the'..
way to the small room up under the ro-.'.
Hanni -, fo 0- l,
A man'a holy Vlllblt all except tht
Ulead swung from the partly open.-I
skylight. He had been there for do- -and
perhaps weeks. The hend wna out"
Id with the rhln restlne Mot upon th
roof. The neck was iqUOOMd and
gashed until deeapltetioi had almost re.
There was a rope tied about the dead
thief middle tho Other end of It being
font to a rhlmney outside. One of hla
hands clutched the taut rope The
tingera of the other were gripped on
the coping of the OOttttl
Th ttory of the trad dy U Pla u
Evidently the thief hn.l forced tiie
heavy ikyUltlt and .utl Martod ti
lower himself through thl I I eiilng. At
t c instant when he wa dlftppoarla
wiiiiln the heavy BlaM-toppod lid had
r jpe.l and dropped, nlpplni htm as a
rabbit i nipped lii a "Flume 4" tra?.
lie had struggled hard. It MTU plain,
rl' Ing slowly up there, alotie. Ilia feet
hud kicked a aquajpa foot of plaster off
lilt wall; Ma clawing ftagatl had
rat ihed deep Into the painted wood
The policemen took down the corpse
aid stood guard over It until Coroner
1'elnherg come. The burglar was a
small man about th:rty-lie yeira old
nnd roughly Sraaaod. H wore dark
dothes and on his feet were rubber
aoled sneakers, such as Hal thieves
wear. The flrat nenrch of his pockets
brought forth nothing Which might
Jiein to identify him.
TTeiniirrntiirr llelov FreeIn; After
Illg Nlorm In Mniillobn.
U'IN'N'IPnO, May 21 -A twelve-hour
downpour of rain in Southern Alberta
turned to snow rOgtOrday and snow foil
fat. with the tiunperamre Just below
freezing for twenty-four hours.
It ceased snowing at midnight
toiirrlglit. 11)11, by
Co. (The Vm
JURY AT THE TRIAL
OF DAN DULLY
Justice Davis Gives Full Ex-
planatlon of Law After
Counsel Sums Up.
LEVY MAKES LONG PLEA.
Prosecutor Follows With a Bit-
ter Attack Upon the Ac
JV-tloe Davis In the Criminal Branch
of the Supreme Court this afternoon
charged Hie Jury In the rase of Lawyer
Dan e! O'Rollly. who is charged srltil
receiving stolen propc y consisting of
WS.000 worth of securities which were
laken from Aaron Bancroft in the ror
rldor of tho Produco Bn hanca safe ie
poslt vaults on Mar h :
Bofora tho Judga't bhargo waa deliv
ered Abraham Levy, counsel for
0 ltdlli, rummod up the evidence for
He defet.e. nnd Afslnan; I dstrlot-At-torny
Buckner performed a similar office
for the prosecution.
William M BulHvaa, attorney for the
Laacroft.., nnd Frank ' r.as, the kU.
. aaaad gobatwaan 'n tne rase, wero
In the crowd that Blltd I ..e court-room.
Levy Sums Up Case.
In bes!: ilng his address Mr. Levy saM
lb .it he lilted to ImprOM upon the Jury
the fact that the mantle of Innocence
hung ovar Lhe aliou.ue.-a of his client,
and thnt an Indictment, found upoo th
ex parte testimony brought before It,
.iia noi i iron eonnltute a shadow of
"There Is prolMhly nothing In this life
so humiliating," he said, "as th position
oocuplc 1 by this defendant a lawyer
who for ycjrs .lis lived up to the law
Of :h. land! who had been successful
In hll career and who now finds him
loll in a Criminal Court a ie
fondant" Mr. Levy mnpllmontod tho Judge and
Dtatrtct-Attarnoy for their work in the
a-.- and doolarod Ibal it did not any
1 appoar that bil client had any
thing 10 do with e.tber the rubbery or
with the robbora
Hid Riht to Qe In the Case.
"At what staga does this defendant
appear In this proceed ik'."' he aske 1.
and thf.ii ho -.ought to show that the
appoaranco of ihe lawyar w-as at the
momont lion his pooltlon aa iawe.
"Any biigf stlon," he added, "aa to
the mod of living of this defendant
Is extraneous. The uuestlon, and the
1 la njcation, before you Is: 'is h
guilty of the crime charged In this In
Mr Lovy made a bitter attack upon
: J es (or tile pl'o;a tltion. 11.
I thai Hulllvan had no; bern aojttai'S
vctl O'ltcllly, and itlifgaitod that in.,
lawyer wai trying to i -ad Q forge B.
Dougherty into a trap ai lie charge
thai iulllvan had led O'BeUly,
Rafarrtng t Plaaa, Mr. ievy Aid,
that never In the thirty year of bis
practice In ihe Criminal Court bad lie
known "f ihe reform of a confirmed
criminal It was no more poaalblo
"than 0 n.ilnt white ti-.o h HI gel Of the
get! Of hell."
The lawyof sail that Inspector John
H. Huysell waa sore booauao 0'R4My
bad g me to tre Plnkertons with the
eaaa Instead of to the poll CO. lie closed
his ipooch with nd appeal i
"There la a wife and there are child
ren waiting nt l-oane for this ie'enfi
I ant; let tne take htm to them."
I Assistant Pistrlct-Attorney iluck.ter
; closed the case for t:i proeecUHOn,
Mi liiukiu-r said that O'ltetlly'l con
dUOt was a violation of the la and the
OthlM Of his profession. The fart that
h. war a lawyer did not make him eg
i emrt from the operation of the law,
urged tii" prosecutor.
Second Rnce ; I Louisville.
MQOOMtO HACK Selling. Tor two-year-old;
five furlongs . Ameri in lirl,
ii (Turnor)i Hri. btjcCreary. IH iien
ny), aoondi Marro, lor. (Warren ), third.
Time- 1.0 M
Vanker, Itixihy, Do Kothlng, Walter
B-ott, Foxcraft, lagrant. I ne lay.
Batwa and liay also ran an I fll ll led aa
H Mutiir! American Oltl. Stri rilght,
I.-..30; place. 1; show , Hit, M 'reary,
place, H IH how, M.tO. Mar;: ., show,
Third Race at Electric Park
tiiihii RACK One mile; I ree-yeai
olds nnd up. selling Premier, I1-' (T
Burns), J In , 1 to li and out, woni M
r.las, Ht iPeaki, I to 5, ,: ind a ll
seconil, Sttltram. IU (Ol u
1 and 3 to 6, third TI i- " 1 -:' 1
Actor also ran and dill ' i.a.ued.
"Circulation Books Open to All."
The Pre! Publishing
FIFTH AV. THIEF
IS IDENTIFIED BY
Prisoner Caught After an At
tack on Woman Is Austrian,
With Criminal Record.
VICTIM IS BADLY HURT.
Doctor's Housekeeper Choked
and Thrown Through Door
by Suspect's "Pal."
Fateful finger prints taken In Vienna
years ago and In New York to-day
i nabled Lieut. Faurot of the Police
department to Identify a man who was
arrested after a number of persons liv
ing near Fifth avenue and Thirty-third
street bud been thrown into excltem. i,;
by a raid of vlnc-cllmblng burglars, one
of wiiom attacked M.ss Ida Hoe, chokod
her and hurled her down a fi ght of
stairs through .. glass door.
After the latest of the Fifth avenue
rimes last night Detectives Van Wagntr
and Kinney arrested a man who aaid
that hU name sal "Frank Lung." To
day "Lung" waa brought to the busy
Mr. Faurot. cVurot got out h a records,
and by the curling lines of the right
thumb fu.ind that "Lng" was Carl
Ausiverber, who is known to fame as
No. 11,401) of thoso who, departing, left
their ringer prints behind.
Auaiverber made his first digital Im
pression in the criminal world In Vtans
na In 11)01 when be was convicted of
larceny. He repeated In the same olty
lb lisX., when .10 ot eighteen month
In February, HOT. under fhe name o:
ciiarics A use n wobber, Judge Crane gave
l.lm ten month In New York for grand
larceny. He had changed 1:1 name, but
not Ids linger prints. Again. June 15,
190S, Ju Ige Mulquefn gave him two and
one-naif yotWa for grand larx-eny.
Viciim Unable to Appear.
The linger Identification made 'he
capture a complete success for the pu-
Uco. u about a Utay ba; notnlng on
tiic man except hll presence In the lm
mediate neighborhood of the Fiftn ave
Auslveruer was taken from llea.l
quartors to JaftOMOn M.u-ket Poll e
Court, ..ere he wab held fur further
exaailnatiou tO-mOTTOWi as Miss Her
was unauie to go to court to blent:.',
him, and Mrs. Eva M dodgwlok, who
first eounded. the burglar alarm m t .
nalghboybOOdt had not boon readied b)
The burglars. It Is bc.leved, entere.
No. ; Boat Tbtrty-tbird street. Mr,
Seugwlck's home, from the rear. The
found an i uy IngroOt through No. IH
Mad. son avenue, which is being ranwd.
Oladi and sopasoe ci ano the rear yard
of the i'ast Thirty-third street hoas.
They we.-- l-.aide "Ilea Mi. Lu lea H.li
aacortgd afra. Bodgalck home from ..
Mis. Seditvu.;. 11 ica on tie arcun.i
etcry and Ihe 'found the frog: door of
her apartment had been jlmm.ed. She
and Mr. I till wen; .aside, however, an 1
law two men leaving by the rear win
dow Tory were .u au -.. a hurry tuu:
they left their Jimmy. Lett.-tiie Kenny
say., lhay musi have dropped from t:."
Alarm Rouj-e Ne lg -. :3roood.
Mrs Sedgwick it. I Mr. Hill ran to t.
front WlndoWl and t'llil with all th
might. In a le.-iu.d or IWO the neig
horn mo waa in a:. ..;..... heals uoi.-
ping out ..f wlndowi an i p i le running
up an 1 down In front of the block on
Dr f. Bryson Delavan lives n- Mo.
I-Tast Thlrty-tlilrd. but he was nut of the
city yeaterday His housekeeper. Mis
lda Hoe, was reading In tho n '. lie
room on the first floor. About the time
that Mrs. aadgwlok and Mr. Mill were
shout dig their alarms she hoard a noise
In the "lining room, flhe we.nl In to In
vestigate and saw two men climbing
In Die wind. w. When one of them s i .v
her bo dropped back Into the yard. T.ils
must have I n Ausiverber.
"V. at do you want here"" Mlas P. i
"If you make a noise I'll kill you,"
aid the man, and cllmbod Into tbl
Mlai Ran walghi ninty pounda. bui
, ahe yolled wKn ail tne strength of
t her lung! and the next lucant the
1 burglar had her by the throat.
"I know the only Ultng that aavid
I me from beln:r choked to dea.th," ahe
'said todayt "wae a high oollar with
whalebone in It I fought the man a 1
i c. . i. b ha dragged me out of the
dining room and along the hell to the
atepi Ibal lea l to the basement an I
iContlnuad on becond 1'age.
YORK, WEDNESDAY, MAY 24, 1911.
But Is Now Safe in Queenstown Harbor
IN FINANCIAL SKY
OfT to Europe Till Octolvr and
There's No Gloom in
Sight for Him.
Andrew- Carneitle Balled with his wife
and dnuK'uter on the White Star liner
Oceania to-day. He will remain ahroa.l
until October, motoring, playing golf
and training the dove of peacp to coo
a 0 of new notes.
The Laird of Bklbonrai in effervescent
spirits when he received the ship news
reporters MM aril the Oceanic and . hatted
witii Hu m about hi health, his wealth
and tho nTnancial affaiis of the country,
When asked about the report that he
had been excused until October from
testifying in the investigation of the
steel Trust he said:
"Oh, I guess I'm all right physl. all
morally and AnanaUUiy, I've got anough
li ft to BOM1! alnll .in far a tmw mntiC,
and if I ihnuld go broke before I r. turn
I know I could borrow enough from
I ou boy to pay the stewards. You
.veto greal itOrtaa about me. you do,
with the empbasle on the stories."
riiereat toe lioumuste
hU ale. I In great glee.
Asked what he tho-
polntmoni of it n.-.a 1
it of the a, p.
Waldo as Po-
Ilea Commissioner, be replied:
"I hove greal faith In Mayo: Oiynor.
A llot be. does is right."
Concerning the Industrial affatrw of
he country Mr. Carnegie suld that as
or as lie could fee only ruluaows were
..... t , 1 onslderlng.
"Everything win corns out beautiful.
, ... -aid. "The fin in tea of titles coun
ry are in a perfectly healthy condition,
1 hero I- 101 gloomy outlook ahead."
Mr. Carnegie has a high opinion at
ha United sines I uprame Court's
auralal I Oil decision. He considers It a
iplendld Interpretation of the spirit of
A lOOre "' friends iisaed the Ocean
1.1 bid adieu 10 tho CariMglei, amoni
them John Barrett, chief of tho ran-
u 11 ::.-. .11 iiureau nt V.'atiilnglon. When
be .aught light '.' Mr. Barrett, who
Bald. Mr. Cuineg.e ened out:
oh. here eomai my friend, Barrett,
wno parts bis hair very wide m the
fiAYUR DtNiLS ii. ff. T. STOH ,
led ires lie New,- i ti l lit, rl,.,;
Co ill 111 Issliktie r llitt-ili I,, s,-,-
I Ilia ins.
Mayor O.-iynor denied tn-d iv that h
bid autlneTiaad Bridge Commlialon
Klnglliy Martin to rail on I're lden
"Tim" Williams of the It. It'T. an I ...
duoa the latter, on behalf of the Mayor,
to consider a compromise plan of sub
ways. Tin- Mayor, after making the den I
I laid lie had not icnd the stat.-ni.nt if
President Wllllame. He intimated tho,
j Commissioner Martin may havo called
Ion President Williams on his own a
OOUnt. AH that tho Mayor kic.v. . of
thai possibility was, he said, thai Vo
no r Cotupti ullei (iroit and Cumin, s
, t loner Mai tin hud called at the M tytsr'a
J office and piisettted a lUbway Uli
. which appealed to them.
ii ii i Mil l "in in ii. r . i
SEE THE CEREMONY
Within a Few Days, Howev er,
Lucky Policemen Will Get
Advance in Rank.
Owlnir to the desire of Mayer Oaynor
:.. be present wlien the promotions In
the Police Department are made, Com
missioner Waldo w-aa compelled to
postpone 0 big ceremoni- he had planned
for this afternoon. The Mayor was to.,
busy at tin- city Hall to go to poller-
It had been Commissioner Waldos
desire to promote live oaptalM to In
spectorships, twelve lieutenants to cap
tains and raise the grades .if gOarl)
I'si mln..: officers The plan was to
have all the hu-ky poiloemon assemble. i
at on... to reoalve their prefer man ti
publicly nnd to rlsten to an add ress by
This plan will b carried out, how
ever, o:. Monday. Commissioner WaJd..
o Informed the 18 ofllrers eligible for
promotion who had assembled at llea.l
quartan shie afternoon.
These Men All in Line.
The twelve ranking lieutenant who,
according to Mayor (laynor'H premise,
are to he made OaptalM are KdWard
J. Hoilike, Alfred W. Thor, James
Dunn, the veteran Central oill.e man.
William V PeeJbody, better known as
Frank Paabodyi Malhew M-Keon,
Joseph Faurot, t ie finger print i-tpert;
Frank J. Oonboy, QoorgO It Waite
l.eld, WbO Aent abroad after the police
dogai ''. melius Cahalane, Henry i-'ohen,
John T. Boltll and John levers.
Talking Ovjr Candidates.
While lie hii- at the CltJ Hull to-. la.
Commlailonar Waldo called -.n the Mai
and talked with him at length. They
dls ussed not only poll, e matters, but
the capabilities of the . and dates fu.
the position of Fire Commissioner,
Commlaaloner of corn- to ns rgr --a
W.dlney is Tammany's ndldatl for
ti,.. vacant Fire Oommlaalonei hip. Mi
Whitney was formerly a Deput) i'lr-
CommlailoMr and hai a good working
knowledge of tbu department He nnd..
nlmlOli popular with tho n en when lie
.. ,s an offlcui in the department.
Leader John H M ' 'ooe . tne Kin,--County
Oemo.rat. organ nation
juBing Deputy Arthur O'Ket-ne for tbl
full-fledged Commlailonerihlp. Mayoi
aynor committed hlnualf t O'KaaK s
upporteri lo-day to the extent ..f tell
lug tl.em that Deputy o K. affa ,s a
--go. si ulan a . I an excel. ent ofAclgl."
leaves hospTFal For, jail.
tics. o'HIinnirHneae) . Wb-o Mbol lln
I, and, Is in .lull.
Mrs Frances Shaugl.uess;. , who
ihOl and killed her husband several
1 eekl ago and who has been III In tlm
female plis .u ward at II. Ill vue HOSplI .',
was ills, liar) .d from tho hosplt.il as
: iic.i ihli afternoon.
She Wi ' "l ea ha. k to the T '-nl.s and
j, tared I:, a "I! la lie- v. omen's prison,
fo await trial.
IVi'iId i.'iudoig lurklsti iniiiis
. .... II. a ...lit , nt iu..u,. ll
nerbti ssd Men ur niraiieaisl is sutds,
HM-S la I'trl Ujsr.
UNTIL MAYOR CAN
" Circulation Books Open to All1
29-Car Train Runs Off Switch,
One Car Turning Turtle,
(gdll t" The Errnlm World.)
UOWSU4, Maaa., May II Three em
ployees .if the Buffalo Bill Wild West
Company were badly Inlured and on
sldcrahle d image was done to rolling
stock when the rear portion of the
special train of twenty-nine i irs left
the rails early to-day at Broo side
Men w-.io had charge of the animals
bad narrow is apes. Two burros were
The 1: ' ired are: HbifTer I.eeoer of
I.ewlsion, Pa , Injure to legs and Inter-
., i, luriea; ti emu.. B Furii, Phlladal
Dhli . dtilocated ihouldet i llllam J
w.i.,. 1, Mertden, Conn . fractured km-.
The accident, It Is believed, was caused
by an extending shoe on the special train
striking the switch bur. It was two
miles to the nearest telegraph station,
hut Col. Cody, who was In his sixsdal
car on the long train, sent a message to
Huston and Lowell for aid to the injured.
The show trains were coming from
Pttehburg to this City, The second se
tlon, consist in 01 twenty-eight pa lie n
g.r and animal cars and carrying 10
pel uis and a lot of animals, had
raeV hed the Hro.iksl.le station, and was
en I' g a switch to a aiding.
As the train passed our 1:. siding a
IfUCk was rlpp.-d off Tbl . sr next to
the one that lost Its iru. k took the
switch at rlg'.t angles, an tru k going
on the main line ,m I t e rear to the
tiding. The car In the ten 01 tn.s s
di railed and fulled on 1 1 s -Ide. Tin
fourth car was also uudl-, .mashed u;.
alien It Jumped t e . .acli.
DIAZ WILL RLKiN
Vice-President Corral v. ill l$oSend
! IS Resignation t Mexican
MBXICO CRT, M y :i - n oMelaHy
announ tad thai Prealdeni Dias and vice-
Preildinl Corral will not resign to-day
Their relgntlions will le- tendered 1 1
the lion.- of Deputies, lo-morrow.
gov. wilsonTpay stopped.
iellng t.oiernor. bo Is a t 1 1 1
lanndrs! ueta While id- i
Trn i eti i na.
I , Ma; I Q0V Wood-
on's tour of tne country 1 cor:-
g hint lometi Ing. Noi only d ha pay-
s rallrou I fates .ind travel. lug ry-
wl.lb) lie Is out inliKntin.n Ilia
wild and WOOUl Waal OU thl refc.eai mi
in i recall and other matteri oftgipori'
an. e but lie has .ltd .us pal dockei).
Toe Qovernor has l.een absent from tne
Atata ahout a month, lie win havi aeon
aoaenl more than a month whan ha geli
i or every oal oi is enaence n s
.; be dedu tad T le moans will a
t.ng Governor, una is a mdl-
SHOW IN WRECK
IVERNIA, IN DENSE FOG,
SUES DAUNTS ROCK;
THREE HOLDS FLOODED
Her 775 Passengers at Luncheon
When Accident Happened, but
There Was Little Panic
MADE WAY TO
She Has a Bad List and 25 Feet
of Water in Her Fore-Compartment
QUELNSTOWN, May M. The big Cunard liner Ivernia, bound
for Ihis port and Liverpool, with 775 pUMlfTl from Boston, whkh
port she left on May 16, struck Lvumt's Rock at noon to-day and narrowly
A big hole was torn in her forward bow and her forward compart
ments were flooded. With her head low in the water and her stern s 1
far out that the propellers hardy touched the surface of the set th."
crippled ship made her way into '.be inner harbor of this port and anchorej
in Klnloch Channel
AT NEW Y0HK.
1 1 0
Itatterles- (Jasper I ll
uuard and Meyers.
0 ii 0 0
Etatterlei -WnHa and
- . ir.lt
AT PHIL iC El
0 10 0')
oo i 0 0 0
Mattel es i lolden and
Moor.- and Dooln
AT B06TC '.
1 III C AGO
. 0 0 0 0
0 . 0 0 0 1
Datlirlei MiTntyrt and L'reheri M
tern and llariden
I FADS WHITE SOX
- t.. Ik grealai n'nri.i t
CHI " '. ; . May :'l The White
g0l Highlander! rianei again
Inia ., iion at Camlakay Park under
favorable condition! The two teams
in.. I, up t II battle where they left off
la : ilghl at the end of the twelve
rnttrHl . I rough! nut as hard to d
, ,(.. e nnd contest of the Belies as
III. y did toe Brat.
it, iii tut: Panleii toulad to Pgyaai
w.iit.r imaihed homarun lo een re
ti.. ! Martaell walked, Proa r rounded
t rjl us uniss -ted. II irtseli gclnj 10
1 Knig.ii ll.ed lo M.lntjrt One
IS AT ANCHOR.
Daunt'l Koek Is the nrst land eight-. i
ov euitward bound trans ltlantlc liner
Knowing that lie was close to It, Cap
Potter of the Ivernia hart his veest
barely making s rage way In the tag
when judder:! , the obstruction loomr 1
An effort was made to asrsng aa, :
and the engine room waa signalled to
reverse It was too late. The big ves
sel orushex) ag-alnat tthe rock wHh gar.
Paeiengare at Lunohaon.
At the time of the collision the pa
angara were at luncheon. Tney ssrwrm
to the decks to be met by off cere, wh i
assured them there was no Immedlat
dancer, c'apt Totter, after an eaamln.i
tlon, de.-lded that the forward butkhea : .
would bold the water In the compar
tnenta to which It had gained entran
and started carefully for Queeaetoa
There wa very little panto on tin
At the moment of the collision the Udi
was rising and within a mile the tende
waa walt'ng to take off the iTernla
paas eager! bound for Queenstown Ti.
liner, fortunately, alld off the rook In
deep water a moment after the oolUit .
ir.,1 i ,. ender. hearing slgnale of d:..
II, wai soon alongside.
aas known In Queenetown
Idem until the Ivarnta, oonvoy.
t c ti i dir. eaa in paaggat H i.
'olni at the bead of Cork Harbor. I
- t ala that ahe had met with a d.
us experience, a her bow were a
t i rbrnerged and she bad a dang..
oui tin to port.
Beached in Shallow Water.
Ti I Ivernia proceeded very eiow-1
in it was evident that ovary eflort aras
I made to get Inside Queeaoto.
Harbor, the intention of her oomman
er, (."apt Tuouiae i'otter, being appi,
. - I to reach the shallow part of Ki
I i h an 1 save her from slnklna
pi i .lug her.
Thl vessel Is now resting at and:
. ill to the eastern hank of KUilo
.furl. In the Inner harbor. Prevlo :
reporti ware to the effect that ahe hi 1
a beaohed, but these later turned oil
to be erroneous.
As so. ui as she reached Queens-...
i r .listicss brought out a mall rjua '
r ui of tenders and they are now atari. 1
H : te to l.e ready at a moment
it toe to take the passengers off.
. lent ii, ile In the fure part of t
liner anl tho nurrow margin of fre
board above 'he water .- uli lently tndl
, ited what a narrow escape the Ounai I
Itiamei bad liad from dlsaater. r .
water-tight compartments, however.
llood tne itraln will, although