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FLIES FLAGS HALF-MAST
King George and Premier Asquith
Express Poignant Sorrow
UNSINKABLE SHIP A MYTH
Best Traditions of the Sea
Observed by Personnel of
the Titanic in Supreme
London. ?i"l? ?'*' The Kim In -i
ig?- to th.- whit?- star Company,
and th?- ePrtma Minl?!ter, In the House of
eCommena to-day appropriately tx
pressed ihe nation's s.-nsc of poignant
M.rrow .et ? calamity which area im
preaaed ?-n the public mind almost in
an unprecedented manner, not only be?
can*-.?" ol the terrible nature of the dis?
aster t.? the Titanic, but bjr reason of
the ?peculiar ?in ?iitnshinc.s surround?
Th? first hopeful wireless ?messages
leading to the belief that all had been
saved?the origin <>f which is now g mnt
tei of anxious speculation?then th?*
sudden dashing ??f hopes tended In r.
most dramatic way to raise ?public In?
terest to a pit? h of the greatest inten?
As the day pat- -d and the hopes that
there might prove to be further sur?
vivors on other liners were gradually
disappointed, ihe British public began
slowly to realize the dreadful nature of
the catastrophe and the scenes of hor?
ror that ?must have occurred in the fear
hours between tho moment tho liner
struck and that in which she went
down, and the anxious hours of the sur?
vivor.?? 1n the boats.
Msny Pathatio Scenes. ,
Pathetic scones wera enacted all day
hug at the office* of the White Star
Company, the hotels and other P?_-_**M
where friends of those aboard the Tltanl?!
hRd gathered, waiting for the dreaded
news. All other topic! were Completel)
dwarfed. Parliament discussed Horn.
Rui??, hut that question for the moment
has no Interest for a public face to fa..
with sn.-h an appalling disaster.
Much satisfaction Is expressed at the
large number of women and children
among the B**rV_.. >rs. as showing that
the beet traditions of the sea have (,, , ?-,
'upheld. There Is no disposition, pending
fuller details, to attribute blame in . ay
ouarter. but every peesfble phas?- Mn,j
theory likely to throw a light or give
guidance for the future is being dis?
cussed, especially the question as to the
i umher of boats and lifesaving appli?
ances rarried aboard ?he big liners In
this r.sp.ct the calamity has brought u
revelation to the public of un_ruapee?ted
dans-ors in ocean travel, ?Which may be
??aleulated to lead t?> Ihe strictest inves?
tigation and. if possible, remedial meas
ures for its regulation.
The crowds increased in density every
moment. Lines of automobile! and ?ar?
riases containing inquirers were so ex?
tended that the late comers were unable
:?? ?ret within several blocks of the of
<>n all th? steamship office* and on
many public buildings rla?*-.. are flying at
The underwriters at Uoydi **.orestag
'gered at the news, but it is declared that
Hi?- insurance on Ihe lost vessel is r,o
?vjld] distributed that none of the
underwriter* are likeiy to be hard hit.
The reassuring cable dispatches received
yesterday had sent the reinsurance rai ?
down to 28 guineas per cent, and the
iin?l?>rwn"r ck****?. "U ?? night hop??
fui thai ?H whs well. When Ihey re?
op* di i ?:,la, ? LMiiiri-*; a IttUfl b-ufrtn?**?
.. ,,i ?90 g?)in?-?iK. hut Um ?????
<??i? kiv ri?)?-"! to ?>?'?. which to known us
a "'total loss" i"ate.
The estnei amount of the property toss
har?5 to uetrl *ln L>-day. Under?
writers stated that, they could not ?ay
accurately what securities wore on
board tn<* siiii*? aa ret it wai rfenarally
ited, h?Bwev?Br, 11?*-*t with tin? ?ara?
the Titanic would represent a ?value of
approximately $12,500,000. (<f this ?...
tal, $750.000 Mas retained i?v ?he White
Star Company n\ its own risk, and Um
batane?* was pi.i'ed on th?-? Insuranc ?
market ??? London, Liverpool, liamhui*-;
The Iom sustained is the laraest on
??'??") in ? onn.'tion with one "hot?
No Cancellation? Known.
1 ho ??flioials of the White Star Com?
pany aay th;.t ao far as they know every
paaa?Bna*er who?*?- name appeared on the
lists ?aided t" Sem York yesterday
orenl ahoard. There may. they any,
have i??'<-n ?? tern who chana*ed their
mindei at th?? last moment, hut at the
offlcea up *?-< th?? present n?? can-cella?
tlona from ?>r ad'litions to the passenger
list have hern hear?! of. As a matter
?f f.ift those would l?o known only to
the purser of the Titanic.
A number of prominent Canadians
Were ?m hoard. Amona them were M;?rk
i*'?i-tuii". a capitalist of Winnipeg, who
had bean spending the winter on the
Klviera; H?m<? Roes, son <?f the l?to A.
W, Ross, of Winnipeg, ?? pollUclan, and
T. o. c. Cfrflfry, th?? Western superin?
tendent of the rnion r?ank of Vancou?
ver. All these ar<? known definitely t?<
Premier Aaqulth in a brief atatemant
in the House ?>f Commons gave public
ezpreaalon to Oneat Britain's ?rri?'i In
COnnaetion with the dlnaster. After
reading oui t" the membera the mea?
* sa?Ti-s fr??m tlie White Star Company al
ready published the Premier conUnued*
Perhaps the Houae vrtll allow mo to add
this: That ' am afraM we nin?t br;ico mir
m confront one or thoae terrlh e
?vtnts m the order ?>f Providence which
t>afHe foresight, which appal th?* Imaitlna?
tioti and make tta realise the Inadequacy
of words t?> <i ? juatlre to what we fo?*i
w'?? cannol aay more at thla moment than
t?? give a necsraarlly Imperfect Imprentan
of our aenaa ?>f admiration that the beat
tradition! of the *??* ^??<-oi t.? h;?\. be?
?served ami that willing aactiflcei ?were
offered to jive the first chance for safety
to thoae who were lonst able t<> help them
nelves, and <>f the heartfelt sympathy <?f
?ho whole nation to those ?vh?> tlnd thein
s? Ivea auddenly bereaved <?f th.ir nearest
and d? araat
?Sydney Ruxton, president of the Hoard
? ?f Trad*?, was asked In the House Of
Pon ?men s this afternoon If he would
take steps t ? prevent liners, protreedlng
to New York from taki!??*- the northern
rauta Cor the purpose of brea kin a rec?
ords and whether ho could state the
number of lifeboats carried on i?"ar?l
the Titanic as compared with the num?
ber ?if pasaengera Mr. Buxton s'?i?l h?-?
must have notice of such questions.
Alexander Carlisle, lately chief ?losisn-.
er for Hailand ? Wolff, th.? shlpbulld?
ers. and the designer ??f both th?' Titanic
and the Olympic, In the course <>t an in.
tervi? w to-day as Id :
T never thought there wa? such a thing
es an itnalnkable ?hip. w h. n the new
eame t?iat the Titanic was atnldns by th??
he.nl I thought I? llkel* that she would
re. ?h ptirt Th? fael tha? ah? sank within
t< tir hours after thi rlth the lea
- ? ?in out.
ESvarythlns 'hat could r?**aaonab|y hi
ihcught of waa done in th? case of the
Titanic and the Olympic In regard to ?h?
Ianamrtng *' the >^lkhea4a aal ??the? g*
, tails In order t?> muiimiz? th? riak of ordl
A? to ?he number <>f boa ta ?-arrie?) t?\
the Titanic, Mr Carlisle said:
"I am of opinion that the large ships
of the present day do not carry anything
tike a sufficient number of boats, but
until the Board of Trade and the gov?
ernments of other countries require suf?
ficient boats to ba carried ship owners
cannot afford such extra top weight.
?'As a flatter of f;i<-t. both the Titanio,
and the Olympic wore fitted with (tavlta
ART EXHIBITIONS AND SALES. ] ART EXHIB!T|0NS AND SALES.
"Beautiful Paiiitings of Exquisite Quality,,v^^
At the American Art Galleries
Madison Square South, New York
ON FREE VIEW TO-DAY 9 A. M. TO 6 P. M.
To b! Sold at Unrestricted Public Sale by Order of the Title Guatantee
and Trust Co., Executor, Joseph H. Farci- A'totney.
Jhe Objects of Art and Furnishings
Including a Steinway Baby Grand Piano
At the American Art Galleries
This (Wednesday) ft Thursday Afternoons at IM
The Beautiful Paintings
By the Barbizon Masters
in? their contemporariet.
To-morrow (Thursday) Evening at 8 o'clock
In the Grand Ball Room of
?TlTTH AVENTE, MTH TO HTH t_T.mt.T-.
(A?mttiidn bp eori only which may be hmi free ef the- mtmogore)
**M fOt* WUI I?' e*_MMt_?r*4- _J MR THOMAS K KIRPV. of th?
AMERICAN ART ASSOCIATION, Managers
6 _"_?t 33d Street, Madison Sqnr.re Sonth, New York.
SALE TO-DAY AT 2 O'CLOCK P. M.
Also Thursday, Friday and SaturJay, Same ?Hour
Clarke's Art Rooms
*. xWWOt IITM ST. ( Adjoliiln* Mh Ave. BhhK.?
"A DISPERSAI. OF 17.V _.?-_'_._, INTBMB9T"
The Entire Celia Stock
? Retlrlai ttom Bnetm
Antiques and Reproductions
From ?;:??. MadlMn A-.?', .v y. city, WHh *<M h latg* inir.">rte?r
.?ni. BK soir? at UKksaTKirrcD PrsLic ai-'tion
'. ?i.llprfiun of l5rH.itlf.il ?_ Tarn;)leu
of KntlMi, I renrh and Itatl.in Renalaaiaee I .irniln-e
A MTKKUI *i t \lt. K.I)
ITALIAN RENAISSANCE TABLE
'.')_' 12 fe-rt Jn loncih \ f, feet v|4?)
front ihe intiee, ?'?i,, :,) Amerigki, Florenct Betietod to be
ihr i,?h' MM ?-' US kind ui cjistnui The tineii .'?srrtmcit if
Italian eruftmonehfp tier seen in thin count,y.
tn'in.t?* Refertory "Tahlea. f'he?U. Italian ?ml I'lrmUh Wall Tmvmtrlen. I arrarn M.r
t.li-i. a*st Mullan T-rru f oHm?. l?e?-orat!\?" Ol.'?l. in larg?
HPld ?mull plri-Ph. rtr.
?'ataln??. apma ?
mi -?n ?in m HiMnrrn? ?i-, mi.-, ?himi^ (iii.ki.
I ed for and ?pable of ca?j%yln?g.fo
(.mes th? number of hoefa actually fltl
in the -hips when thev went ?to suns. \
I ?. .. large margin waa then i. ft,
think* i am c?arr?Bcl in saying that tl
Titanic carried -?? number of boats M p
cent lara?r than the number required |
the Board <?f Trade rules "
To Shut Bulkheads at Night.
Mr Carlisle also- thought that tl
Board <>f Trade should make It ?-??mpu
sory to close th" watertight compta*
metit door*- <?f ships between sunset at
sunrise, h* contlmsed
T hav?? little dotjbt that v.otier or lat
wt.eii the travelllnj; public la not so fasti
huis about i*?'!ris" up Hod down italra u
when they do not re<?ulre to walk pra
tically more than half the tength "i tl
slip wlthoul opening a *i'">'' and when tl
R?..ir?i of "Trade mages it ?.?ompulaor* n
to have am watertight companm?ent op*
either in th?> hold or i?. twera ?i??*ks betwei
si.i set ?uni sunriee an enormoua amount i
risk at present existing In ships muy ai
???fun be eliminated, if the pointa aa to tl
cloatng of th?- watertlghl ?-??ompartmei
doors and the ??arrviM- ol hoata a>e ??nrrb
?>ut th?? public win !?<? M per ??tut aafer.
in rasponee to s telegram of inquir
BS to the mimb??r ?if boats carried b
the Titanic and how many persons the
Would a? ??ommodat". the Whit. St.?
Company al Liverpool sends the follow
in?-* mnaaagli' "The Titanic bad twent
boats, which is in excess of the ?.flieh
The question of the number of boat
carried by steamers has be?'ii widely dis
cussed, it appears that the Hoard o
Trade "regulations permit a reduction b;
half In the number of bouts, rafts an?
buoyanl apparatus carried when the al.il
compartments, but thi? concession doo?
not apply t?. llfe.'aokcts and similar a,p
Strict Inquiry A.?ead.
AVcordiafi to some experts it wool?!
bo ?a Imp-oaribilit* t ? carry a suflMenl
number of boats to accommod?t?' all or
board the mammoth liner.-", ?>r, if oir
tied, it *.?.oiil<l bo next t?> imi?osslhle U
man and provision them, it cannot ht
doubted, however, that th? dlaaeter ?will
load to s strict Inqulrj by the Hoard ?>(
Trade into this matter, and a re?'laion of
This question has airead? been foi
some time und. r discussion bj tip M?
visory ?utiimltt??.'. i ?>inp?'se?l of promi?
lient ship owners, and a Board "f Trad?'
commute?, ami certain reconimcnda
tlons had been prepar? ?i a'htch have
not \??t bean made public.
The Tltanl? vas tltt?-?l with .?t.?. t r ? -
?ally ?..ntii.iied Watertight compart*
menta. Therefore ttKsac sh.>ui?i have
immediately ? losod from the bridge un?
less, as Hut'iuised. the collision so ?Jam?
ased the electrical apparatus as t?. ran?
der this Impossible ??r the ?/-pasera ride
w .is torn aw ay bj an t. ? berg
Th?- newspapers .?r.- char, of dise?as?
mi th.- lubject of the Tltanlc'a beats.
The la? having ??eon pa weil i??f?.re
I i?m nt big ?hips had hern deigned
i.uiit only ap-phee i- reeael! dlaplac
tit to ?40,000 tons.
one ..f ti??- beat kn'A?ii LOOdOM r
t"?-?ntHti\?o <>f the Standard Oil Co
panv. \V. H Harrison, failed t?. sail
the Titanic, as he Intended. He in 1
father <.f tile former BeCOOd ?..<*rptr
of the American Kmhassy Ifl Lond?
Leland Harrison, m.? Secretary ?>f I.
bassy at BofOt-. Colombia.
Mr and Mi>. Isi.lor Straus had n?t I
?ended |.> sail <>n the Titanic. Ii
j reached 1 1 ndden <l?t.rmhiation to ta
the new liner and caught the hoat tra
at the last minute
Mr-. Widener'e three rear! MCktaC
v-r.? insured for I78O.O0O, the poll
' eitlpnlatlng that they should all he wo
! l.y h?r on the voyage.
The muwagl received by the paren
? of J. A. Phillips, the wireless op?rai
on the Titanu- hist night. statPhg "Ma]
ling .lowly for Halifax; practically in
Linkable, don't worry,'' was sent by 1
uncle Of ?the operator In I.'-ndon 1
I Oodalmlng, In Surrey, ?here the fath<
! lives, ami the parent! Mourned that
j had come front th?-lr MOO, M H w.
? elgned "Piuiupps."
Atlantic Lanes Changed,
The transatlantic Hilts have agree?
in conoequenc! of the reports as to le
in the Atlantic, to eroM longitud! 47, i
latitude _<?:1<>. eastbo'.ind. beginning t?e
I doy, and longitude 17, in latitude 41
wstl'ound. beginning on April '_.">.
The White Star Company ha! re
celved meaaai .. "f sympathy from th
'Cern?an Kmi ror and ?Prince Henry ..
Th? loss of the Titanic in ho serious t
lihe underwriter! that it is amrtad tha
[the prices of matine itisuranco will b.
ttlfiened greatly all around.
Several Inaurance men. ln>terrogat!.
on th?! eubjevt, declined to commit them
- ?Ivee i?> any d?finit** opinion, but seem..!
1 to think that there ?would 1.. . mort -
meni In tit? dlrecUor of higher rat.-s ol
insurance. Asked whether this Wotil.]
prove a etetbask to the building of huge
veaaela, one memb.r of Lloyd.*? said that
it depended on the nature of the detail!
of the disaster given by th?' survivors.
The dlmater to the Titanic caused a
? light weakneM to-day in gilt-?>dged M?
? urltlei on the Btock >Exchange on sales
by underwriter!. International Men a 11
! ill?- Marine . har?-s were offered at $*_
I -low parit ? , at 21 .'II
H? I fast. April Hi -Thomas Andrews.
' Jr., a diroct'.r of th?> >shlpbulldln| firm
of Harlan.] A Wolff, was anmng the
engen on board ihe Titanic. H?*
?? ns accompanied l.y a number of me
( cl.anlc-, .vho were watching the work
?ng of the int?si product of the com
, pany'e cards.
FIRST AND SECOND CLASS PAS?
SENGERS NOT ACCOUNTED FOR
BHmlnatlna from the first cabin i<*r-j
eenger list of the Tltanl?- the natnei
of tho<ir hti'i? n t?e be sa\ed. ihe follow*
log names remain >.f Ihoec whow fate
Il stii; in doubt:
A.)te*i? -Mr?. "... nn<\ I__n.hort Wllltami I l"'
I buM; "Ort -bbott 1er F.llowta
i? nam.-1 ? nona iu i
Alllaon. H. J |. Mill
Alii?? ii, Mrs., ?Hei i ild Id a ? I. 0
A.i'lr. ? ?. 'II..- I ?> Ix
AitOT, Colonel I I l.-ri.c?. .1 M
an<-l . I.lrnii? .. i:
? ?,. Walket
i; Magulre I
Baa?..? i Marvin, l>. \?.
?. 1 i i . i
I'.aiiniBi.n. J 11? ? _!'? '. I
Hm??r Mr and Mi McCarthy, Il.-i.t'
M, ? e ugh, Mr. I K
H"c. II K, Ml : 11 - :? ? i? Hotl ' Con?
l'.le.ricvl... ig, ?) | m n
HI? ,-?:. Stephan w MUM, Prank U
; -tit* i,i ? Minaban, t*
n i .' MrUoach -i R
Hraly. Jphn V iMc)?*i Me and M
Bn _ . ,: j
B itl Majoi An hltbald m , ., Il Mai
C M....... ' ,
ravendlah, T. W i-. ,?.
Chlbnalt, Mi. .- :i Mats? h ? hat
BOWl -II :.lc ?I tlt.l) , \
na thoaa ?a vedi ?.
Clark, waller M oUM\ t.. .?_?. i
Clifford, .;ee.ii' '.'...!? xi, h , ,,,, a >.
Coll?-) ?? i ,,
Cornell, Mn R c . ..?.
1 ? rala, Norman, (I i. . ,?.,,.?, .\:. .
! " M i ' i,. ,?i,,
? .' ? Me, ? :....? hill ,.
em*} i? sai' i. Partm. M ,\u I
Carl? in. Pran i ,
Cot-ran r. M ,.;?, -, M,,. , ,..,. ,?, ,,
'.'?*ri ,.n. .1. I'
! I.?HI I
?"?lie-cff-. Ill ""\\ uittt ,
' 1 ? i're, Paul 'it.- il.l? ,? r,,,,,
"1' i ..?er. Mi
' ';?">'??!' _? i,. -.,...
Mlai . It I ,.,, , ? , ?
Mi ?nd Mi , ..., ' y ,, iv
? raften, Joba i . m Mi
e e,,.| ? M ,,, I .
' '?., ,, l-enaaro, Mi ai
A , ce.-. ?? M
Infi .!?-., i ? . , .., ,
. . 5 v' . r! -i ?.
b? ante) ? Watl
r?.1 ?.. p i?
Dotig'lae. W. D
Douglas Man.-, i; . and '?'' V " '
n'l?. "'"i maid
|. I: ?. on Mb
riTltnea Tllw Ann* K '' ' ''" '
Bust!?, Miaa B. M ' . ,,7 .
Evan? mi-, r ima? -'"*" Miss i. w
m* t?te, i ""??
f Mr. an U
i ortun? ?'hari' William D inta-j b
Franklin I J Bit '
I ?... n. Jacau?*? '?
Port ma. Meik
,; Mi and Mi i.
Gar Arthui M ? v i rollaher
Qoldanberg. Mr ! ml man
Mr.- E U iMn
Qoldenberg ma i <? Hotton. Prede
satei. HaJoi ion Mn \ I.
Of.i'l.?. iimi.f. Georg? i. ima? i" aaf. i
Held, Vr i. r -?' ? ai t. Pre?!, t j k is
?rr,?r i.. .e-Hfoe 11?mart Joan M I
??Igie?. Vletor. Smith, i. . Un? h,
Guggenh? Im i ? njamln Cmltli R u
it htahelin, M?.\ n.c_v b< :
n.? s ^. Cbarle. m - ;
Hf-1'1. "'Iirl-'e.;.' ? Sl'IIIM.-' Ml ,11:1 M :
hiiiihm h.? ? i: h I
Hlpklna, W . I . , i. a \ ?, ?
Jleaf-hoeni. 'Jed ?, ..f, ,
?.i.?? be ?affi si.iiii. i, p
!lold?-n. i:<\ I. . M.- Paul
llnit'-nhi'ini. Mrs. .< Thornr. Mi and Mn ,; !
Harria, H?-nr> B Tauaalg Mn eSmll
Harrfsoa, \V n. i i
Haven, H. ;,,i?. y k ?
Harp, M. and h w
CharVH M I Walkar w And
ll'.i|.. Mi - Man H Uair.-n, Mr a. .1 Mr.
maid r m
Hoat, ,v F H hita. Pore Irai A.
Hlpklna, Mra u . u i,it.. Richard r
7J..h.-r.-.,ii.A m '\ ?,|.,,,, oaorga D , and
man w . i an)
lHiiam. Uta a. i: ,\, ,,,, r ||?,,v
. ? ,, J W.kmI, Mr. and m?-*1
Julian. H k Ki-i.1 .k P.
?Jakob. Hlmbaiiiu WyckotT, Van Set Hof
?I'.:.?-. C ?' .'. . i,. .|.
,, _____? Wlek, Mr. an?! Mr??.
K'.u l-.dwanl A. i;?,!?, |.
vi._l.__._l H? y ,; -Alltard. MlaaConatanca
Klmbalt. Mr. and |fr. WIHUroa. I>"an*
.., ? N ,,,n"> ** ?*?'?? Wright, Qeorge,
t Th? following II t* list of th? second
i. laaa paaaengers ?-?n the Titanic who are
l ;.? lloved to have [wrislud. n?'t bolnK 00
the h'*- of survivors which 'he White
? star Line here has received
In the cafe ?.f man) <>f tl.?>.???? reported
i? | however, the
' tiatn?? have '?? ??:. misspelled .?r the ?
I ttala have been wrong or other otlengea
?. . reaulted fi?.m wlrel?ess iraiismls?
?? ,?. te?? un!?. whl? h
? ? ...int. d among
th? missing therefore, ma) b? among
i< in Sea "i orfc tw Fri?
da) ??il lh< Carpathla
1 . ??'?.. U? : *
?]??"? " ' '.
\n?li ? ?. I rank
" ' Kama'?' ?!?'
? ? ? n
1 KtrkUnd, i*.?? Ch?ries.
i m . ?... (J
Botslo ?'. M ill u. ,| .. m .
Kflllnei Joeae* "
Ren-lmsn. w lilla i
It? at I ? laim ? i'- viaefi it* bell W **
??? h .?,?? ?. . n
HalntM ? ,,, i ?.
? ? Ml 11 ? '? '. I i
Parle? i.. ? : ? t
? *ol? ? . Reginald la?h?ln>?rn, Mr ?
II. Vi .m ... M i
l'.-*? ? i. I Urn M?
. ?n..f \ , ?re? i Mayl erg Ft ?nh M
?Wowsa Mr?. m,s ?beb, I
i?, h i?
% ?? .jr ??!
' ' a? ? M'?T|< I. "?'
?| Kan? I'"?*? I'
? , N
DaIcrot?. ?(!?? \< lu , \. I
I . \ .. i,.,;:- lo?aph C
I .*?. ? I *
M is?, i M P.
i | p mete?. Marl It?
r;ii?mii. l ? ?? i?a*
? ? '?
I | .. !!? ne
\ fern? hits I
i . ? :ifi. r?i
i ?.liai ?? ""? freak
Ka!?i?tr< in, tnt?
;;,.,..[., I ? I
<;r.< nit? ? He- ??? , l"a* i''
fill? . ? 9.
F? mil. Han? K
r?llle.i ?.Willi? si.???'? Philip. J?
?"liben, v. Hilan? . i ' ''?' '"?*""''l.** '
? ??Il || ?g* i- k. Mi
I.i ' " "' '","'1'" ,
""? " ' . "V. ,
(Weg, 're! , ?"'J'*"1
,.?.., ? "i ? II
lau , Uli?? H. M
I, Ki ?iiioo. \^a??'
Ml ; h run. W'IIHa '
,. , Turrin. Sn """?
lien r Turaer. John II
H;irr w n|?. Turner, Mr?
Harri?, w .u-r ' " ser, <.>??rgr
Harper, .t..i.n. I TroupiMiiahj Mo ? \
Ha ick \: un...i it ' * ' an, Mr* v
II..(Ti an, Mr. ; Train. Mr-? ??
11, Tn.iilt. MI?? 1
Hoflinan, 1reatl, Mi?? <".?? Illa
i, ?-:'? mal. *?
Heimsn. Ml?? Kate. I Ve?le. .(?me?
H?i ?nan M I'M "klli*e I Von l?ra<-h?i?.li. Kami
i lam?n. *?*?'
"f<BWard, Mi? I'I'.ii T WHl.-mf?. Mi??
Hart, ? ;.. .;. Wilhelm, ?harte?.
Hale, f?.h-?.i-i|.i. I Wat**, Entese
Hanvatalntn, M ri, WITkloaen, mi.? A?)a ?'.
tnta, an.I Infant ?d.i. Ware, William?'
Mil" i. i, M W IiiuIdm, Edward
Hunt, *;.i.ic? ? War?, John Jame
I. I \\*re. Mr?
Ilelt. lU-MliH. W??(. K. Arthur
.1 ! Wheeler. K.lwln.
j?.'K??n. Mr? Am>. ITfrreian. tflaiau?!
Jllli.l. I.UW.-lie. 1 V.
.iHc.l^.in. M? ] Yr.'l?, Ml?? II.
OLYMPIC GAVEJJP SEARCH
Hearing Titanic Had Sunk Liner
Resumed Her Way.
On Hoard the Steamship Olympic at
Set. April lfi.-The Olympic recel ved
news at midnight Stindav that the Ti?
tanic ha?! struck loo. She started imme?
diately for the ac.ne. but resumed her
course eastward at I o'clock in the
mo-mlng upon hearing that the Titanic
had sunk at :' a. m.
The only detalla known are that 67r.
P?reona wera hhv.-.i. niostlv women and
children. A,, Ih(. ^ ' ( ,h((^
manning t)?- botta, are believed t.? bare
been loot Including the prin?*i|.ni ofi*
1,11 ' *? *as ?ent to The Asso
rtated Praas by I.oudon Charlton. busine*?*?
manager of the Philharmonie Society of
New York, g passenger on the Olympic,
and Is the Urst word received conounln?
the ?aUaaater from any one outside of ofll
Cittl VIMIIC ??
It ?111 be noted thai the number of ?ur
vlvora is tracticaiiv laiaaUaal with the orig
lnal dispatches. |^,ti.r dlspat. lies, how
lever, indicated that %x person- were saved.
A QUARTER CENTURY
B. t-.- th.- i "iridie. Over five million sam
! pies given away each v.ar. The con
slant and increasina sales from samples
i ??roves the Renulne men, of Allen? Foot
.ase the antisept!? powder to b,. ,,nHk(.n
into the shoes for Coma, ??unions, Ach?
Ing. swollen. M..JM. TeiMier fee, Sold
??er*w her... *J.V Kample KHKK. Ad
idrei..?-, A. s. oinmtcd, Lelluy, N. \
KNOWN 10 BE M
t ..ni.nur.I from flrat paga.
Rosenbaum, Mia? Edith.
RHeims, Mrs. Gecrga.
Rosibie, Miss H.
Roberta, Mn. Edna.
Rogerson, Mrs. Susan P. 'Ryarson?)
Rogarson, Miss Emily (Ryerson?)
Rogerson, Mrs. Arthur (Ryeraon.)
Stone, Mrs. George N.
Segeaser, Miss Emma.
Steward, Fred K. 'Seward?)
Shutter, Miss (Shuts.?)
Sloper. William T.
Swift, Mrs. F. Joel.
Scoahert. Mrs. Paul.
Shaddel, Robert Douglass.
Snyder, Mr. and Mrs. John.
Se?-epeca, Miss Augusta.
Silverthorn. R. Spencer.
Stackliehn. Max . f.tahelin?)
Simonitis, Alfonsius. i
Smith, Mrs. Luc?an P.
Stephenson, Mrs. Walter.
Silbey, Mrs. William B.
Stengel, Mr. and Mrs. Helery (Stan
Spence-, Mrs. W. A., and maid.
Slayter, Miss Hilda. ? .,
Spedden, Mr. and Mrs. J. O. (F. O.
Steffanson, H. B.
Tucker. Mrs., and maid.
Thayer. Mr. and Mrs. J. B.
Thayer. J- B., ?r.
Taussig, Miss Ruth.
Thor, Miss Ella.
Taylor. E. Z.
Taylor. Mrs. E.
Ward. Miss Anna.
Williams. Richard M- _'..?,
Warner, Mrs. F. M. (Mrs. F. H. War
Wilson. Miss Helen A.
Wicks. Miss Mary.
Wid.ner, Mrs. George D., and maid.
White. Mrs. J. Stewart.
Young. Miss Marie.
Second Cabin Passengers
Rescued Number 114
List Following Includes Those Reported
by Wireless Up to Noon.
The second class passengars on the Titanic rescued by the Carpathia, as re- !
ported by wireless up to noon yesterday and issued last night by the White Star ?
Abelson, Mrs. Hanna.
?alls, ktfO. Ada E
Buas. Mis- Kate.
Becker. Mr?. A. 0.. and three children
Beane. Mrs. lithe!. Miss Estle.
Brown. Mr. (T. W. S. ? >
Brown, Miss E.
Bentham. Ulli""*""* W.
Beight. (Bright) Dagmar.
Clark. Mrs. Ada.
Caldwell. Albart F.
Caldwell. Mrs. Sylvan.
Caldwell, Infant Alrien.
Collyer, Mrs. Charlotte.
Collyer. Mrs. Marjoria.
Christy, Mrs. Alteo.
? Collet. Stuart.
Chnata, Moss Dueiaf
Croft. Millie ?Mall.
Dohng, Mrs. Elsie.
Ore*.'.. Mrs. Luit?.
Davis, Mrs. Agnes.
Davit, Miss Mary.
Davit, John M.
Duvan, Mits A.
Davidton, Miss Mary?
Driscoll. Mrs. B.?
Er**ra'ma?-i**n. Mr?. Rinaldo.
Fa?onthorpe. Mr?. Luz??.
Fernery, M? u E'em.
Gerrcria. Mrs. Marcy.
Hart. M-*t. Esther.
Hewlett. Mir?,. Mary.
Hold. Stephen lAnna?)
HocUino. Mr. and Mrs. George.
Hocking, Miss Nellie.
Hea-mian. Mrs. Jans.
Jackson, Mrs. Amy.
Keane. Miss Nora A.
Kelly. Mrs. F.
Laror'ie, Miss Simmon?,
Laro-l-e, Miss Loui3..
Lauch, Mrs. | Alex.)
Lemore. Amelia | Eliz.)
(Linkl'ance), Min Annie.
Marshall. Mrs. Kate.
Mare. Mrs. Florence.
McDearmont, Miss Lillie?
Nassar, Mrs. Delia.
Oxeni'.i .?. Percy J.
P. Has. Emilio.
, Parsh. Mrs. L.
Quick, Mrs. Jane
Quick. Miss Vera W.
Quick. Miss Phyllis.
Re?oi?f. Mrt. Lily.
Rrgg. Mill Emily.
Richards. Emily, two boys aorl Mr., jr.
Rectors. Miss Eliza.
1 Smcock. Miss Maude.
Smith, Miss Marion.
Shelle?i. Mrs. I.nann.tia (Mrs. Will?
Troutt. Mus E
Troutt, Miss Cecii.a.
Williams. C. Charles.
?WeiUi Mrs. Mnth.lde.
Webber. Miss Susie.
Wright. Miss Manon.
Watt, Mis-. Bessie.
Wat*. Miss Bertha.
West, M.ss Constance.
West. Miss Barbara.
SEALBY BLAMES SPRING
Captain of the Rcpnb?c Says Ice
Came Down Much EMier.
i Ann ...!>??: Ml? Api II M ' * |i.?i i In
ma n P? alb . commander of tin
!.? He when It In ?r?u
rim -?.' . , i hat i'.-- earl; u 11 val ? I
spring proba hi j had unlit?-?-"?, ??nosed i
.liiklna ?if Ihe Titanic. .e?. lett d.j later, In
? rdliu ? . I?
lite Ira? k follow?-! i.. ? i. Tita
"I I ? ? . ? i
|ll< Tltanl?' !'H 'I? .-'.l".|l' ?
c- ? ? ?. .'nil Klan. ?! nfl -ei'i, o. i.
i ? ? ? i he keel .?f ? ?.? - I'm In lut n
.. !. ttptll
lain Kttillh ?? as on. ol tai
lui >??.!??!??. In I hi ??.<>.-i?l. i.et ?
I I.;..Ill i.i ? I ? I . nil I
i com? rloM e. i,, ? ? ?? ?; .| lantli le
tie. 1.1 I fl , ?1,1 hi cai It? :
-? - ? mem, ?????...?
MORE DELAY IN GRACE TRIAL.
ttlatita, \i?i ii l?. Tl ? ' i - again : Mrs
'Dalf.. i M'.. Uran. was i '?nttniieri ,
wl ? ti ?he appeared In eotirt to-day to ?n?
sar? i i formal ehai _? ... i hnotin i fn
i i.e. i.'ei.?...? ii Hi ic ?? l-h latent to
i m- trial waa ??. for Tu
'WHITE STAR'S FIFTH LOSS
Lino's First Disaster Was the
Atlantic, with 547 Dead.
The Titanio waa the ?Ifth and la**tf*eal l"na
-uatalned b> thi White ?tar Line outing the
? \i tenee ??f over fort* ?jrears Th?: liret
? <f thai line to meet with disaster
the .vNantie, which was completely
? i ..a Vfeagher Rock, ?'ape |*roapect,
.?iioiii .'.* mllea from Halifax, oo April 1,
rh re wt?i ? ngera, many of
, them *? ? ; '? ii and 'liildrct?. ai?.?l, with the
ere?? i ;>? i ? were !>? I ,?" p* opla on
board, ? It these 547 ? ?< i* at
ti . ? Han if ?.f tie- t'?? ?r sister
toi a i ha I ??ero bullt by
th?- v i.in to pi) between Uv?
v? rk. She ?aras one ?>f the
i and lineal paaeenger carriers of the
n across the oceSa in
?in da'.- and a I W luiur.*-?. She had six
.i'! bulkheads ..ml was ntted with
le er In eai one ?>f the most mod?
ern Improvement! of her time,
The dlaaater occurred in the earl) morn?
? im* hours The .Ml.iiui?* appeared t?> have
run ahorl ?*t coa\ aint was making t"\\ard
Halifax ehen sh? struck the io'-h*? and
' ?nh j
ISM PIS ISN
HA? SONS ON m
Ambassador Bacon Was to Have
Sailed ? French Authorities
Have Helpful Suggestions.
i SON OF AN ADMIRAL SAVED
Profound Sorrow Expressed in
Cherbourg, from Whi^h Pon.
the Titanic Last Week
Sailed to Her Doom.
Part!, April 16.?-Th. r*-0^ of France
unite i In expreaelnic s>Tnpatiiy f..;- Eni??
land and the United States over tin*
catastrophe t.. (he Titanic. ... ? ~ ti.nt
thl! Ii an International and nol . na
tfon .1. tragedy.
Tho white star office* here have been
crowd?ed .ill ?lay with relative? ,,r^
friemis o? peeeengerci on the steaifo,
fearful of the werat, y, t clinging | s.
pcratdy to hope. Many ani.
light. Several of those who waited !i.<d
yiy,i< OB h-'anl. .Vtnot.R the*" waa Mr?.
.Villiant Dull?1. . who loft the pfllc. lu .
?t?te of collapee, rapported bj hat
Robert Baron, American Ambaeaador
to Franc*, had until h ?reek 'etaw planned
to ?ail on board the Titanic with hie
wife and daughter, but In view of th?
delay In the arrival of Myron T. Ilet
rick. his -successor, Mr. Pa.? n decided to
poetpone hit departure and t'? leave bv
tif new I'reneh liner Prance o Beta?.
day next. He received numerou! raes*
?age! of ?ongratulation tO>day on hit
Among the Kreuch pas *-ci.?;<-t- \*\n
??reaped is Pierre Mar?chal, - ". " .h-*
noted French admiral.
Mr?-, i!. T. Le vis and Mis> A. K. Fan
man, both ??f New York, now etaylDf al
tii?e Hotel Maurice, had engaged paaaafai
on th?- Titanic, hut at the la-* mom<eOt
traniferred to the Olympic mllinf on
Among those iu the second .-..bin ?vho
engaged their passages at the |a!t no
ni.-nt at t'hi-rhours ?'?re Mrs. Irv. n and
?French ibipptng experts are already
itud>ing th?- ie.??ons of the ?lggater. Th?
"Matin" declares that steps .?lv.nl ml
t.,'.. n io counteract the appalling <lan
K, eg fr.'m icebergs hy the crea t ici of -.?
r-yati m of o.-eatt police, whevepv reporta
would be furnished of th? Ice zone? out
of normal season. It is etiKgeMed thai
lightahlp! should follow the. Ice fle'd
.?.ri. international shipping by nil
The news of th?> disaster t?. th.- Til
threw Cherbourg into profound ??"
The Mags on .11 the public bntldlni
)?= reported, are floating at half mi :
thousands of citizens who had v it;
the liner's departure waited all ?J
the iteamehtp ofBcea for details of the
SYMPATHY FROM CONNAUGHT
Governor General of Canada Ex?
presses Sorrow at Tragedy.
Ottawa, April 1?>.?The following m?"?*
sago was Kttt this afternoon on b^hil
of His eRoyal Highness the Duke of Con
"To th? White Star Company, Broad?
way, New York:
"I am desired by His Royal Highne?n
the Governor-General of Canada to send
you the following:
"'I desire to expresa through the
owner of the Titanic my vary deep and
heartfelt sympathy with the relatives
and friends of all those who lost then
lives in this terrible cataatrophe.'
"Military Secreta y."
ROYAL SYMPATHY GIVEN
King George, Queen and Queen
Mother Express Sorrow.
London, April 16.?-King George hua
sent th?> following message to the Wbl'e
The Queen and I ere borrified at tbt
appalling disaster which has happened *?
the Titanio and at the terrible loss of
We deeply sympathize with the be*
teaved relationa. and feel for them i*.
thtur qreat sorrow, with all our heart!.
GEORGE, R. AND I.
The Queen Mother Alexandra hae sent
a meaeaga of sympathy to the company^
in which she says:
It is with feelings of the deepest eor?
row that I hear of the terrible d'eaeter
to the Titanic and of the awful loa? of
My heart is full of grief and aympathy
for the bereaved familiea of thoee who
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