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m y V- t.-.'S- THE EVENING WORLD, TUESDAY, APRIL 16. 1912. ,(.rm" BA.'r'
'CARPATHIA DUE THURSDAY WITH RESCUED
Panoramic Snapshot of the Crowd at theWhite Star Offices on Broadway To-Day
9 vah iHh I WIVrTTI I TH H a Jeaaaaaa iHBl'Br mmwrnK e&... v Lffl H WCW H efl
who were stunned by the magnitude of tin dkistcr they had so unex
pectedly encountered in midoccan.
Thus it was that the Cirpnthi.i headed about and proceeded to retrace
tier way to New York. At 7 o'clock this morning she was pushing her
way through a great sea of floating ice. Necessarily her progrggg must
be stow until she reaches falrcrnveather conditions.
The Carpathia Is a thirtern-knot ship. Under the most favorable
circumstances she cannot re.ichi Ambrose Channel Light until lale Thurs
1 day night. It is hardly probates that she will be able to come up the Hay
before Friday morning.
The Carpathia, according to the Omard I ine ofiicials, is not unduly
crowded. With the 8oo survivors of the Titanic disaster and her own
complement of passengers aboard, she is caring for only 1,700 people in
quarters that will comfortably accommodate 2, Son. Inasmuch as she is
provisioned for a cruise to the Mediterranean and sailed from New York
I April II, there Is plenty of food on the ship.
White Star line officials, announce that by order of H. C. Stuart,
Acting Collec;or of the Port of New York, in the absence of Collector
Loeb, the customs regulations. have been suspended in the case of the
Acting Collector Stuart has requested the Quarantine officer to pass
1 the Carparthia to her dock at once upon arrival, so as to facilitate the
landing of the passengers. This undoubtedly will be done, for the reason
that the Carpathia has not touched a foreign port since leaving New York
on her way to the Mediterranean.
LINERS SEARCH VAINLY FOR SURVIVORS.
A despatch from Halifax states that the steamer Parisian is approach
ing that port from the scene of the wreck and will arrive to-morrow
morning. The captain of the Parisian reports by wireless that he steamed
I for many hours through masses of heavy field ice and floating wreckage
I looking for survivors of the Titanic, but sighted no life rafts or bodies.
He added that the weather was very cold and that if any persons had got
away from the Titanic on pieces of wreckage they expired from exposure
before help arrived.
The Allan liner Virginia, bound for Glasgow, had no better luck than
York and th country.
On board the Titanic were Mi first c.ibtn, 2 sr. second cabin and 710
iteerage passengers with a crew of fc90 men. The quarters for passengers
forward of amidships were given over to third cabin and first cabin trav
ellers. The third cabin quarters forward were under the forward mast
the Parisian. She cruised the vicinity ot the wrick without avail and Ml jve;. vvea. iftet- fhj list of victims of both these calamities does not to
now steaming eastward to her destination. The Olympic is still standing (a tni. number of dead in the foundering of the Titanic.
"I have little doubt that sooner or later when the travelling public is
not so fastidious about going up and down stairs, and when they do not
require to walk practically more than half the length of the ship without
opening a door, and when the Hoard of Trade makes it compulsory not to
have any watertight compartment open either in the hold or between decks
between tunsel and sunrise, then an enormous amount of risk at present
existing in ships may and can be eliminated.
"If the points as (0 the closing of the watertight compartment doors
and the carrying of boats are carried out the public will be .So per cent,
The White Star Company has received messages of sympathy from
the German Emperor and Prince Henry of Prussia.
MARINE INSURANCE WILL GO UP.
The loss of the Titanic is so serious to the underwriters that It is
asserted that the prices of marine insurance will be stiffened greatly all
The disaster has overwhelmed with grief not only New York but
London and Paris. In the English and French capitals great crowds
throng around the bulletin boards, clamoring for news that is so hard
lo get. In Southampton, England, where nearly all the ollicers and mem
bers of the crew of the Titanic lived, wild grief is apparent on every hand,
:md hundreds of homes are desolate. (Irief in this seaport is the more
poignant because those who sailed on the Titanic were all picked men and
proud of the honor of helping to navigate the biggest and newest erf
'I'U.. ....t. miammA . ..,,), rif tflA Cfll Ifl-lf innrrtl.Mw.l Ml., TItin.. Mm I ... . . . . m . . . . . ... -
nit inn imm iiagmj . mmm , f mmm, wr w ulympic, wnicn naa arnvca auring rtna arter trie transfer or passengers
aster in the number of lives lOSl W s the sinking of La Hourgogne of the from the lifeboats.
French Line, In collision with the bark Cromartyshire in 1898. When La
Bourgogne went to the bottom she carried 571 with her, a great many
being women. Disgraceful scenes attended the sinking of this ship, the
survivors telling stories of men brutally pushing women aside in the
rubh lor the lffe-buls, and of members of the crew savagely fighting with
passengers for places of safety. This disaster occurred not far from
where the Titanic went down on the "Graveyard of the Atlantic."
In 1873 the liner Atlantic was wrecked on Mar's Rock. About 574
I FLAT CHARGE OF UNTRUTH
IN WOMAN LOBBYIST CASE.
JERSEY FRAUD CASES
NOW IN JURY'S HANDS.
Tha ras atfsln! John ' MfWatlOBi
HKl.trr of Hjgeon Cornitjr, N i n'1
John 'Duly, ronstaMe and IMrtlff In
MoMahnn'S office wrenl lo a Jury In ih
Huuirme Court. Jertev I'lty. liwiiy. '
Mihnn atel Daly ITere taeaOted for tn
rplravy to drfrauJ the town of North
Meiarn In the tilt of a school hOUge
fit to th Town ;'ho,-)l Hoard In W.
Aei-onlirrs; la ffMMkfS addii IS I bf th
press BUtlOn, MeMalion. W.n was r.t thai
Mane Town Trrar.irfr of North lOTI
and eustol isn "f Mkool funds, boAl it
it option en rams proper: in lit t iwf
and t.miuirh conplrcy with IMty
title to th.' property Ith the latter J
,.f..r 1 ... t A i . had yoli .l it
r pet i ii election to puKfiaas int i
Iraudulently hern ttasBjrMWd as the Da y
property Ml Wklclt In reality btlofhteil
to M' Ma.ion Other MM of fr.iuJ Wtf
nllef .1 iralnst the difendants.
I-IimmI Hrllef Hill to Tt.
ASH INOToN, April 111. -T ie
sir to- lay .:if.-.l the lloiiee hlH lo sp-
nropriau IKO.ooo in Btfdltlon la t!M
000 already pfejvtdtti 10 maintain and
piOted the Kvei e on the Mn- ' !:'
Rive lialnsl tse impeiMlins n -.1. TH
uu mmim in '.lie l'lijn'IIU W'V
urx. il this seii.m in a fperlal mess t
For Skin-Tortured and
WASHINGTON. April la-Kor the
DUrfloaa of nuiklnir the flat churn th.u
anj It Is believed that niar.y were kllleJ in this section of the ship In tttjConiTSSSman Mann, ihe minority le3ler,
lirst Impact of collision. knimlntrly" had uttered ,i dellherate
SANK FOUR HOURS AFTER COLLISION. KYa of iiK'c
The Titanic struck an Iceberg; about 10.25 o'clock Sunday niuht. She 'nun of tue liouie Interior i).'Pr;nie:it
sank Juat four onr Inter, at 2.20 o-clock yesterday mornlnn. Onlv MM P41tures Commltiee, took I hi n.x.r
wlreleu message was sent out by her orator, Phillips, after the COlllaJoa. l0'1IJiUg"IVM- " bMn " "
That message implored that al:l be "rushed." Evidently the wireless appa-, T:. sttaek K:e out .f Mr. Mann's
ratus went out of commission almost immediately. lattovatlons of i r. days ato thai
The Aral vessel, Huiiiinoned by wireless, to reach the scene of the din-1 Chairman Orahassl had befriended mid
,c k'.m. k in ii ,w. e.....vi. v j v. advlsad Mrs. Il. Un l'lerte ilray. al-
unwr. 'ii.io nwini o.'.it m, wnn iu v.ui uaiiuu, uuuuu irvui arw j urK i , , , .
, , .. , ., . ... " tsgsfl by him to he woman lobbyist, I
ivi ..irintiiiM.icui. io.e. inhi "nn ii" bh ui me ii.uiiii, iiicu u Iew'aet've 'n Indiri leflaltou
hours before had been the acme or luxury, comfort and safety among the; .n rmdx-lt. wh eh Mr. Mann hid Mid
ships that sail the seaa. Dut the Ice-laden surface of the ocean was Mack proed hi olles iMotn, w rsad by Mr.
with wrerkaae and In thla field of desolnllon. rlnln nnd fnlllnc with itis ! ' iham, who MM It M neither proof
well of the waves, was a widely scattered collection of UftbMta and life
rafts, filled with hysterical women, weeping chilaren and a few desperate,
One by one these lifeboats were reached and their occupants were taken
sboard the Carpathia. When the last boa: had given up Its cargo ot surviv
ors other vessels had arrived. Dut there wss not a sign of another living i
penoa on the Icy waste. The Carpathia nad all those who had escaped
lcstructlon. ' i
Reluctantly the captain of the Carpathls. after satisfying hlmseir that
lie had saved nil wllhln reach, headed about and started for New York.
Ho left behind him. cruising back and forth, the Parisian, the Baltic ami
no.' .'veit an iitldavlt. as Mr. Mann had
llegsd, Mr. Orahiam, hakln hl
clem btd fist at Mr. Maun, declared th.it
be srai juatifit.l in the 'belief that Mr.
Mann "was trylnir to set tbes.' charges
b.f.ne thS country when he hail knowl
edge thr: th" . re absolutely fliie."
by the scene of the wreck, to relay wireless mcies carrying the names
of the survivors. The Carpathia s WtralM ippalinit has a raaius ot
only 150 milei
Nothing is likely to be heard directly from the Carpathia until late
to-night, or early to-morrow morning, when he will be south of and
Abreast of Sable Island. The powerful land sl.uion there will pick up
jfee Carpathia's wireless messages for several hours.
Tlu property loss entailed by the sinking of the Titanic will reach,
it is believed, 130,000,000. The vessel was valued at flo.ooo.txx), the
EUfo, Includinf a great quantity of diamonds, at SS.ooo.ooo more. The
personal belongings and jewelry of lite passengers are tigured in to bring
up the total.
Hope that there are survivors unaccounted lor is deduced from the
tact that the Titanic drifted h minutes of latitude, or about thirty-four
hometime lo-morrow nigm r eatiy inunuaj munuii, uw wnpsusi l miles between the lime she StTUCk and UM time she sank. This would
should come within the radius .t the station at siasconset, Nantucket, : avor lhc llu.ory lh;ll SlH11c uf lh UfabMtl might have become leptrtted
whence was sent the bulletins ttHmg of the Drogreti of life saving durtnf ff01 thc tU.(.l tn;lt was 1ickcJ up hv tnc Lv,rp.lllia Capi R(bmn of
the sinking of the Republic. All day Thursday the Cirpathia will be In the rjarpathll sent the following wireless message to the CunarJ line of.
communication witn tnc wireless stations iiong me souinern snore h Ma. wnw, mt received at 7.55 o'clock this momlm?:
jy, BELIEVE ICE FLOE TORE OUT IfEli SIDE.
f The impression tliat the Titanic was struck itoDg 001 ol her sides by
,'in iceberg and not head-on is gaining am ng naval men. Liiher this
theory is entertained or the theory mat she ran upon a submerged ice floe
that tore away the plates atong the eel the entire length ot the ship,
Lot. 41. 4S north, long, W.J wait. Am pru;Mdlng lo New York unless oilier,
wltu oriltrct! with aim. a aOO. Aftur havins contultaU with Mr. I, map and sMHM
criiii Ihu ilrcuinitauio.., with mutli u.- about, nu iouildcr Nvw orU th beat.
Lariv numbur ol It.li.'n ana twanly mllaa fit Id Uu with btrg.i among!.
CAfl. KO;. IRON.
ll appears thai all the lifeboats ot the Titanic that were not damagec
:i the coliisi n with the Iceberg were sately launched, TWi would indi-
I kirht RACb urss Hag; for two
yiar-olda; four furlongs Uitr .t. ui
lMartln, D to '. I to 3 and ...u. fir,!.
' Pink l.aily, ion (Ambrose), IS to (
i" 11 er.l out, second! 'Wtsl Time-,
loo (gklrvtn). IS to I, 4 to 1 and out,
I third. Tims, O.ts -S. Tonk S' Airaet.
DnWMU and (liii,i,nnr alao i in nn.l
The White Star line people say that all the lifebonts of the Titanttc finished na named.
were accounted for by the Carpathia. This Is hardly nrwsl ), for if it " "Purso fSWi for ..i '
,. , ... ,. , . . ii.i tnree-yesroMs and upward: six fm-
true It shows that the Tltanttr, carry InK 2,21( persons, hail life savins ap- ngi ,: u k it v, r, M IMarCIn , 3 to 1,
I to .'. age : to f. nr. i: Vesper, lite
Cahoy), I 0 1, g to I nnd to '.. set :ul:
Pom Astnornn. mi lObgrti, to i, to
I and 4 to S, third, Tlmo -i.tr. napn-
cloua, A 1.4 Marehmont, hth"ilff Qruen-
ins. ". Bait, Miss Btanntl, Capt. Ingl'sh,
anil Pel ' Chovan aiao ran and Hi i
plianccs sufllclent to care for but a little more than one-third of that
Undoubtedly at the time of the collision the TitgntlO was movins
through a sreat area of broken ice and was In a Ibf, At 10.10 o'clock in
the evenlns the lounge rooms, thf smoke rooms and rcgtauTgnl were un
doubtedly thronged with passenKcra. An orchestra was playluu lomgwhgfw ' JL1L
and perhaps, It lielnn Sunday night, an Improvl.-ed concert was In prog
ress. Surely no thought of danger Invaded tha mind of any pggaeaffer, for
was not the Tltantlc on her maiden voyage, and was tshe not the bijrgeat
and gtontggt and most magniflrent ship afloat?
And many passengers had retired to their berths. The booming of the
big siren of the Tltantlc at regular InlcrvHls. a nies--ari' of warning to
other vessels that might he nenr by, had dOMbtlegg lcpt many from I lum
ber so early In the night, but some were uslecp, especially In the fore
castle, where the members of the crew off watch were In their bunks. In
all probability Capt. Smith and at least three of his ollicers were on the
Without any warning the moving mountain of Steel, towering ITT, fee'
above the water, crashed Into a moving mountain of ice, the base of whlcli
was hundreds of feet below the surface. The shock might have riven und
torn the great ahip as M earthquake shock might rive and tear a stee!
sky: crap, r on land.
Only thor.e who graft there and can remember will be able to dggeribl
what occurred. What deeds of heroism were accomplished! What slink
ing episodes of cowardice marred the maunlfieent record of g ship lost
with all or nearly all the WOBltfl and children saved and nearly all the
men lost! What a record to spread on the pages of hlistoiy of disasters
of the rra!
On; of the panic and shrieking and fear there nut! bgrg jprunT men
To know that a wartn bath with Cu
ticura Moap and a single application of
is-ai , l win cuorri irrmri-
!' ' T M ate, end pomt to
V-f4v. ' pennnnent relief for
enisling, and seal
logs of t ho km end
chiWren. end not to
use them without a moment's delay is
to fail in your duty. Think or the lives
of torture and disfigurement often
entails! by the neglect in infancy or
Childhood of simple ekln afTertions.
If you would test the efficacy of the
Cuticura Soap and
Ointment before pur
chat inn, send at on no
to "Cuticura," Pcpt.
Mt. Boston, Uaas.. for
a free asmplo of Cutl-
Q I ...! i.
cum Bmp oiiu v me
cur.l Ointment, with
8U-pnge book on skin
and eoaip troubkM, and thoy will bo
sent without any i hargn whati'ver.
eeTender-faced men gheve in com
fort with Cutiottre Soap Shaving Stick.
At stores or by mini, 25c. 8amplo freo.
T.I TIME HAS C0MF,
whtn thf litt-h-ejountllnit namt nt viVn
niHi.tH ol ploSnrjf wt' li hlrlipr priltftl t
Mlntf rt-i ncfj tiv 9ihtf lti!ruiir,iiri tuat
H ;n -l OF lrt!i r nr1 OO0tlr1af IllUcft IrHl.
Tin road thai laAfli djrtoi from ihp mftau
fnciuri-i o the im rrhunrr'p huine t th
sininhrt: nrni iutt t. iij.
.... . . , a e I . i." iiii i i i n i in tit i n t i i u1 intiiiii til it' i r.iv it . i m . 1 1 . . , . . it ii n 1 1 1 .
1 I- . t I'll I M .1, , 4 , MM W'.t w ! 11'ltM .CIOMiir ft 1 M 1 JV I 1 I I W U
II t a tuii'Hi oniuiutiH i..u iiinmii """'.".....- . . ,. ... c l , , . . L,wi tl.;in that which Innate a husband to klaa hie wife and children en.
No. 32 Broadway, told The Bvctiinj; World this afternoon that the Titanic
aaai hitr. Ken ln:A :i lilnv ati no the slJc: :i the sgmi lime e c:ili!e
inuJi -" -- --c, - - -- .
message from Lond w etirylni the sun: view from Alexander Carlisle,
who designed both the Titanic and the Olympic. Designer Carlisle is,
"I never thought there was such ;i thing ;is an untlnkabli Miip.
When the news tint came that the Titanic was sinking by the head 1
thought it likely that she would reach port. The fad that she Milk within
four hou,rs after the impact with thc ice indicate- thai her Ue was t.irn
Mr. Carlisle added: "Everything that diiid reasonably be thought of
was done in the case ol the Titanic and the Olympic In regard to the ar
ranging of the bulkheads and oilier details In order o minimize the rik uf
As tt the number Of boats carried ry t!v Titanic Mr. Carlisle saldi
"I am of opinion that the huge ships ot the present day do not cany
anything like a sufficient number "i boats, but until the Board of Trade
and the governments of other countries require sufficient b iats to be car
ried shipowners cannot afford such extra top weight, hi a matter ol fa t,
both the Titanic and the Olympic were titled wlthdavlts Je Igned for and
capable of carrying four times the number of boats acliulh titled in the
ships when they went to sea. Although a large margin wai then left I
think I am correct in saying that the Titanic Carried SO pel cent, over the
number of boats required by the Hoard of Trade rules."
Mr. Carlisle also thought that the Board of Trade should m ike ii . m
pulsory to close the watertight compartment doors Of ships between IUJ1
set and sunrise. He continued :
or power ami determination without parallel! Not only were these heroes
I cue thai, despite the OVerOowerlruT horror of the disaster difcinllnj ustlanoni the crew but among the paaaanteri No higher grade r heroism
maintained lo a treat decree. Cat
i i , . ,.il, ,. - m'iU r..1l . , f ; nilt them to boats an ! remain aboard n vessel doomed to dentrurlion. Hueh
rhe weather signal station on the uull of St. Lawrence reoortert in. . . ,, ,,. , i , .. , . ., . .
a ... ni'iiiivl III- , I., .naa h.ive flirnre.l 111 ll ftoi'V t me .Tnil ilea 11 :m.l he V'leeU uf tin, Titnu
that heavy logs lay Oil Nova Scotia and that i violent thunderstorm shows that the men of the twentieth century are an wIIIIm to aaswlflca
ft. . ll I ' 1.1 I 1 ,..1 ' J !. ft,, ... ... . . .
Drone in ma, uciimo 'iiUMi.i i.ist iu.siil aiui is uaveilliu: easiw.ird. Ii n k thcinHclven lor their loie.l one; as were the men of b.cne u::ei.
laid that such conditions left little hope for the rescue ol any survivors ol William Gardner el No, l Broadway said:
i ii . i i i .-ii i I in i mtt i "I tiiinlt t.iui the au.'.li n sinking f tin TltSJtle can only he tgplalned by
the ntanlc lhat mlghl itill be adrifl In rafts or boats. lir1.u!,,.ltv i ,. ah, over submeraed : . w,-. , , . ,
in : entire bottom ana Inner bottom were ripped open from the bow the
engine room. Her Ires were pet whreb. accounted rer the sudden ttlenn
of ihe wlreleaa, ihe may have ripped open only tin. nnuio or her ke,-!. hut the
. nor bottom e .ia arol
Ootateaee i'n..r Taff .
noVKR. Del . Anrll it The R
..in Htaj e Coavrntina, it eeealon here
t.i-.lay, I looted the tallowing ! dele
to th- llepubiieen Kanonai mn-
.ntlen: r tinea J.' nin.T,.ira iirnr,
. d Ponl end lUrri . Rlehardeoai
; iv. Mmeon a. PenaewUl, SMrnund SWt
iie'.i, Dr, fleorge w starehatl and
iio.ae atlmlnleir4l.lon was ladoreed
the ptrnveatUm. leaator Du Poat alto
p. . Pranwin, Vice-President ot the International Mercantile'
Marine Company, W81 at the offices Ot the White Sun Line at 8 o'clock
this imwning. He h id left there at 4 o'clock, when tiie worst fears of the
dlsastei had been turned to tacts by the late messages from the Camthla
the Olympic and the Californian,
Mr. rranklin was asked il lie COUld BCCOunl in any way for the
quick linking ot the Titanic, which lie said repeatedly and confidently
yesterday was an "unsinkable shin," and which represented all thai
modern marine engineering, architecture and unlimited financial backine
could put into a transatlantic lmer. lie was asked, ton, if a lifeboat equip.
mem ol a capacity to carry only about imoihird t the ship's company
was in keeping with the advertised luxury and safety ol the modern
leviathans i th sea,
Willi bowed head and shaking voice, Mr. Franklin could find only : Va : r"" tetion wai not
this to say: I id added uu: ravore Paieldent, Taf,
"Until the awful news came Inst night, I believed that even thoiurh I ' '' edwinteiMlon wai ladoreed ' j
two compartments ol the Titanic were Hooded -he would still float, 'I he
damage to her hull by the collision must have been beyond all imatiiii
!i.!) of the men who designed her. She mull have been torn and ripped
apart as nobody ever believed i ship could be, We believed her boat
equipment was adequate to meet any emergency. 1 cannot say more
John .lixeou Astor wem down With the Tltstilc. His wife snd hsr mall
were mved. Kcores of other iiirn pigged thoir wives In llfeboatK and re
valued on the ship, emong them some of the leading men of affulra of New
an ii.-tri.mrnu nf lilsh onalltr ar't ,hi-
truu value ii beiae deeiotistretsd dally in
tbousaode of boaeve,
'I'., slva you a ebenes in i:nw how tn-y
w. irk otii in iictini! eseerlsaee, Wa win 'n.i
I lil I. to v.un- linn h- of tnaff f.tmoiia
Plsnoi or rlaytr-fnaeeel ie note styls go i .
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