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NEW-YORK.' TIllliSDAV. APRIL IS. 1912.-roL*BTEES PACKS.-** PK1C1" ONE CENT '" ' "' *ttgg*?mf^^n
T?T?NICS SURVIVORS, STORM DELAYED, EXPECTED
TO-NIGHT; NAMES OF 442 SAVED NOW KNOWN
DIAGRAM SKETCH OF THE TITANIC AND AN ICEBERG OBSERVED ?VEAR THE SCENE OF THE DISASTER.
Captain William Ferrie Wood of the Uyland liner Etonian reported on arriving in Kern York that in the approximate position of tha collisi? n which lank the Titanic he sights a -gigantic iceberg which
he believed might have been the one that the Titanic struck. It was some five hundred feet long and one hundred feet high.
WA? \J^\ FEET
AB OVE WAT E W l\ N E
INTO WHICH SHE OlA?tffl)
VAT ABOUT SQO *T
AaT'THE HIGHEST PEAK.
WA9 ??2 "
-^?LENGTH ot? the
?RFD/f ?s ESTIMATED
wAf ^-rt FT
A50UT **?** W
BELOW WATER UNE
TELLS ?. S.
"KEEP HANDS OFF"
Refuses to Recognize Right of
American Government to In?
struct It Regarding In?
OROZCO MESSAGE RESENTED
Won't Be Responsible for Acts of
Bebeis Against Lives and Prop?
erty of Foreigners Except on
Same Terras as Other
>*' xi? ?. c?tY. April 17.? M?-xie?) nvH"?
to th?* srfarntngj imt?** <?f Huntington n?'1
gon, Assistant S<*?T?'tary ??f .Slat?-, to
?*i**ht. ?!??( 'lining I - '?? B ? pOIWlbillty
tar Oi*okco*s actm, denying" fii?* rttTbt ?*f
the Vfaahlngtoi- govomisant t<* ttelivw
th?* admonition contatowd thr-rcin. taking
'V'?|.?luii t?> th?. ?otiimuiiieati'.ii ?liifliil
to <?r?>z<?) Uir?iUKl? ?'??nsiil I.? (dur ami
fopfortog Hi?- triiikiujr pttbHe '?f thi?. c..in
inuni? aii?.n ?ti tli?- s;iiii ? n?.tg I" \slii?l? '?'''
?".? ? i. tn? -ni was ro?|iilr??l t?> make an
Tli?- tmoiy prat in.??!? ^public bj tha llln?
int?T ?if K? ? .-IK?? Ralatlona, IT?t?nt Colero.
It deni?-*?- tiic right ?*' ii" ?'
governin-m to ndnionl h M?? ? ??. for the
r?*???(iii tii?t u i? nai :,..??.-,i ?,i, any justi
?Wbi-e i!icit|..|,t. It denl '?' ??|?*nrll?llilv
t'j tii<- < oiistltutc?! ("niiniiiiini for acte
"-ommittrd in territory In retalllM while
, Hng full respon>IMIity of t'ver*, loig
l??nt!nu**<l *?n ninth pa*-**?, flflli i ?liinio.
N'Tll-in i'a-lfi? ItaiiwH I i. k-t I
?Tiove?? fr?jni J!*? |:r?.adw?y to 1244 Brond
*?*?? In Imp?-rlsl Hot?*! HiilMIng, bstween
. telsphone v i
Hfi'iru?. n;., rick Is l<> nil ?points .In the*
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LIST OF TITANIC CABIN
SURVIVORS ON CARPATHIA
Thf* following Is i revise?! lift of the
Titanic'? cabin paaaen>?**?*a who were
saved and are coming to New York on
ji};.< Cunard Line st-Mmer Carpathla:
First Cabin Survivors.
Ami? i son, I larrv.
Antoln? it?'. Mis*.
Ai'pl? ranelt. Miss.
Appleton, Mrs B. W.
Abtuott, Urs. ::i>s". ?
Allison, Marter, and nurse.
?* '"i?* M K. T. (Miss ? "orr.el ?' ?
Allen. Miss I", w.
Astor, sirs. John Ja<i*ob,iand maid.
Barratt, Karl n. (Behr?)
? ? tl?'. Mil's.
Bucknell, Mrs. William.
Rarthworth, a. n. (Bathworth' |
Bowerman, Misa K.
i *r? *??? n. Mi . .). .i.
Burns, Miss i'. M.
Mishop, Mr. r?n?l Mi?. 1 >.
I*?. sina, M?as A.
Baxt? ?'. Mi a, James.
Bay! ?n, ?;?? >i _??* A.
Bonnell, Misa C,
Brown, Mr-.-. J. M.
ROW? n. Mis-* ??. C.
1!. ckwlth, Mr. and Mr;-, it. !..
Cage, Howard B.
<?amai Ion, Kei <?? I.
??re, Miss D. V.
. larke, Mrs. W. M.
? hlbln?mce, Mra. B.
I'harlton, \V. M.
< roasble, M!?? K. <;.
.11 ? I . Mi.? ' I.ll'lll.'.
? art er, Mrs. William.
? 'ander; Mr? Churchill (CardellT)
? alderh? ad, N. P.
('.hand a niton. Miss VI? torlne.
f'avendisb. Mr-. Ti'ikII, and tntOA.
? liafT??'. Mi**. II. U
Carder?, Mr. and Mra. Th??mns.
? m imtngs. Mm. I,
< 'hi**"? ?'. P?Ul ??'hevt'P.'i
. hen i. Miss aiadys.
< 'hamoers, Mr. and Mr ? it ?'.
? 'artrr, Mr. a?i?i Mr?, w. IS.
? -ter, M*a?st??*T Wiil'sm.
tMTUglgf?, Mrs, i red.
!>..? Viellltn. Mm?- ?Mis. I!. rim, Vllli-ra?.
Daniel, Mlai Barah.
liani?-'. H?jl?-tt Vf.
Davhison, Mr. and Mra Thornt.ir, atl(j
' Dougl?as. Mra. Walter.
ln.tlr.e. Miss t?aiali. '
Dodge. Mrs Washington, and son.
I>i? k. Mr. ar.d Mi
Daniel!. H. Mart?.
Lin ii???:-. PJlillp km
Bfidree. Miss i 'srollne.
Iva in. ha _, Miss Boulton (Mn "?
Flegenheira, Miss Antoim Iti
H> tm. J. N. (./ 1.7)
Fortune, Miss Alle .
Fortune, Mis. Msrk.
Fortune, Miss Mahd.
Frau? iiihai. Mi end Mis. Hj W. (D
Frauenthsl, Mr. end Mr* J. <;. (T. <:.'.')
Frollrher, Miss Margaret
FutrelJe, Mrs. Jacques.
Oracle, <-'.i"n.-i Arthur fAreblbald?).
Graham, Mr. uni Mrs. William,
(;..r.i.eM. Sir ' loamo I wit
? ; ..''?ti, Lady
Olbaon, Miss l "nrothi
Gild, nl erg, M" Bsi
Goldenberg, Mia Ella.
Greenfield, William (O. B.T]
on, M'- i.'"ii.<ri!.
? iooght, Jamea.
Harria l_ T B (Mrs.?)
Halverson, Mn ai? \.
Ilogllioom, Mrs, I. ?'?
llawksiord, W. J.
Harper Henry, end man servant.
il.,,p. r, Mrs H. B.
il.,i.l. Miss ?'? ?
lioyt. Mr an.l Mrs. In ?I.
llnrn.-i. Hy. U. iHoraerT)
Harder, Mr. and Mis ?;.-,>r?..
n.-.\s. Mrs. Charles M. <and daughter.
Hlppiii h, M l<
Hippach, Urn. Ida ?.
i-,,?.. , J. Braca
K'tiil.etl. v. Mr. BBd .Mrs. K.I. (I,. N. Kim
K.nnvmHii. K. A.
Kenchen, M"*s W?
Longlev, MISS Q. ??*.
Leader. Mr A F.
l/.ah\. Misa Nora.
!.h\..!v. M lea Hertha.
Lin-e. Mrs. Ernest.
Un?-s, Mian Mary.
Ltndstrom, Mr.? singird.
I ? | . 'ir, Guatave, Jr.
Madlll, Miga Georgette- A.
Menderson, M'ss Letts,
Malmy, Mi??s Rob. ? ?
Mart In. Mrs. D. W. (Martin )
CeOflaatd ou ?c.ouil page. flfH? <ol:uun.
HALIFAX HEARS THE BALTIC
MAY HAVE 250 SURVIVORS
[it. Telegraph t.. The Tribuns 1
Halifax, N. s., Ar-rii 17. Faint hoi
thai .tome ?.f tii?- twelve hundred pai
sons arho ?rare reported t?. have um
down with the Titanic when aha too
bar two-mile plunge .?n Monday mon
Ing bad found safety e.n another ahi
was raiaed this, afternoon, whenittrai
splrad thai the cable steamer Minia ha
Intercepted a eRteaaage ? esterday morn
inte which eitated thai 200 ?if th
Titanlc'g gurvlvorg had ie.-i-n rescued i.
the White star liner Baltic und tha
the Carpathla's complemenl numbore
Ti.'. According i" prevjous reports, th
Baltic was two hundred miles ttaat <.
the Titanic when she caughl the arlre
lesa "S O B" ?au and hurried back t
the assistant <> of the Titanic.
Since thai lima no report has com?
from the Baltic and probably sh. ha
i i..?i.-d eastward <?n h?-r voyage. Tin
authenticity of tha report thai sh.. hat
Titanic survivors aboard probably aril
n?it i??- aattlad until she comes into com
nunicatlon with tha Irtah coaat.
Ai 11:21 'Clock mi Sun.lay ni^ht th.
Minta's wtralcas oparator recelvad
measaga from tha Titanic. Bhe gav<
tha "S o s" signal, which means thai
assistai...? is urgently r.-",iiir.-.i. Th?
maaaaga was transmitted through th?
steamer < incinnatl mm .bal steamer ra?
Captain <i.- Cnrtarel ot the Minia ?.?.a
able to supply aome inter.-siink* details
..f a story Which has baffled all new?
?eekera f?.r thraa days past. To Uw
Tribuna corraapond?enl ha said ho i??ft
Halifax. ... 1?) BO |,. m. ..t. April II t .
i?r?.? ?'.'?i toward St. Pierre <>n ? cabla
repairing trip. Blnca Monday morning
h?- has had bttt f<?nr lmnrs' Sleep, and
baa been on th?- bridge an th?- raat of
the time, ?'aptatn .)?? <;irt.-i.t saya It Is
possible that some of the passengers
di^d while floating <?n ivrei-kag?\ an!
that these bodies may l.e pi?-ked up, hut.
he believes that any peraOg ?>n th<' ship
u hen sh<- *a.is foundered WOhM hn\e
been .arrie.i to the bottom by auction.
Ar.gojtura Bitter? |ijst ?lint jrofl nerd to
ton? up the sgatesa tu the spring.- Aavt.
THE FATAL FIFTEENTH."
April 15, 1865?President Lincoln
April 15, 1896?Elbo sunk.
February 15, 1893?U. S. S. Maine
June 15, 1904?General Slocum
April 15. 1912?Titanic sunk.
ASTOR NOT ON CARPATHIA
Nothing Known of Butt and Gug?
genheim, Wireless Reports.
'Slas?-tonae1 VVlrreleeg Station, ?Nhn
tucket, M"WW.? April is. In reply t<-> ?
query s* rd '" the Carpathla early this
morning the wlreleaa operator abtmrd
the ettsamw said thai ?'??l?>nei John Ja-coti
\ itor w?ma not on board the ?'arpathla.
n, sai,i i,,, iiui not know whether Ben
i,,,.;,, Quggenhelra or Major Ar?*hii?ai?i
liuti wer? <"i bo?ard ??r not
TAFT'S MESSAGE NOT TAKEN
Cruiser's Operator Not a Mar?
coni Employe. Reported Reason.
\ w ?m'1?*?h m?E?aage ffrom the neensi
,|.'ili.,.l. Balen to the Marconi i.porat??r
.,, Blaaconaet, M?aae., intercepted al the
Brooklyn navy vard early thla morning,
naked the operator al that; station to
?.,.,*?,unlcaU I't.'si.i.nt TatVa BMaaaga
, ...,,,?.?.. information about Major
I,?,' aid Mea ira Miller and Moore to
,.'?. run? rd Hnor Carpatl la.
?rhi'a r..iii?'*-t dn Ihe pan o! the Balem
*"-,?, |0 i? due ?.? th? refusal ol th.
nnerator ??" tita Canard liner to t-oeelve
S-fw?wl?- meeea-g* from the Bauern
',',.,?... thai boni doaa nol corn ?< star
,.,,,'i operator. bul ? s^varament em?
r-iEWEY'S PURE CLARET WINES
*. ,,,,' aid to dix?*.-?i????, with mealg
,, t r?K?M:v 4 BONS CU.lMA.lt..n;?"!.,N.Y
Weather Conditions and Aerial Interruptions
Prevent Details of the Disaster Reaching
Shore Stations from Steamship
CARPATHIA HAS BUT 705 SAVED,
UNCONFIRMED MESSAGE STATES
Unsubstantiated Reports of Scenes of Terror and Panic on
Titanic Gain Circulation?Preparations Made to
Care for the Sufferers When They Land
Rumors reached New York late last night that the Carpathia was
about to begin sending the story of the sinking of the Titanic to the
Marconi station at Siasconset, via the scout cruiser Salem.
That every chance might be afforded to open communication freely
with the Carpathia practically all other wireless business along the
coast was suspended last night. The Marconi company announced
early in the evening that it had notified its stations at South Wellfleet,
Siasconset, Sagaponack and Sea Gate to handle messages to and from
the Carpathia exclusively.
"All other commercial and government stations," the order read,
"will cease transmitting while the Carpathia's business is being ex?
changed with the above mentioned stations. No other work than the
Carpathia's and business from the government ships going to meet the
Carpathia will be permitted."
These instructions, it was stated, were sent out in accordance with
a suggestion made to the government by the Marconi company, which
was agreed to by the authorities in Washington.
Toward midnight wireless conditions became better and the
Siasconset station made efforts to pick up the Carpathia, but without
success. It was not known whether the Carpathia had passed out of
range or whether her wireless operators, thinking there was little hope
of communicating with land, were snatching a few hours' sleep.
Just before tr.idnight the scout cruiser Salem began repeating the
names of steerage passengers to the Newport Naval Station.
Reports of the disaster, none of them apparently authenticated,
described in detail the panic when the Titanic hit the iceberg, the load?
ing of the lifeboats, the wild scenes aboard the foundering steamer a?
she slowly went down -.nd the rescue of the passengers by the Car?
pathia after hours of waiting.
Saved from the wreek of the Titanic . 868
First cabin passengers saved:
Women and children. 147
Men . 03
Total carried in first cabin... . 32..
Second cabin passengers saved:
Women and children. 102
Men . 16
Total carried in second cabin.. 28.5
Total carried in steerage. 710
Total crew. 860
The names of 113 steerage passengers and members of
the crew saved have been received. The names of 4-_2 persons
rescued from the Titanic have now been received.
Storms off the New England coast last night, it Is believed,
will delay the arrival of the Carpathia with the survivors of the
Titanic several hours.
The latest word from the Cunarder yesterday was that she wag
450 miles from the Ambrose Channel Lightship at 6 p. m. At her
speed of thirteen knots this should bring her off the lightship at 11
p. m. to-day and to her dock, at Pier 56, North River, about 2 o'clock
This calculation was made at the Cunard offices last evening, but
it was said it was not known if she would proceed directly to the
pier if she arrived at the lightship at night.
When the warning of storms expected off the New England coast
came from the Weather Bureau at Washington it was said that the
bad weather would delay the Carpathia, and she could not be expected
to dock before 7 a. m. to morrow.
The arrangements made by the Cunard company are that only
the immediate relatives of those whose names are contained in the
list of survivors received by wireless will be allowed on the pier.
These arrangements may be entirely upset when Secretary Nagel
of the Department of Commerce and Labor reaches here to-day to take
charge of the arrival of the Carpathia and the reception of the sur?
vivors of the Titanic.
Secretary Nagel was directed by the President last night to come to
New York to supervise the arrangements for receiving the Titanic's
Hundreds of applicants for dock passes have been turned away at
the Custom House. Only those who can identify themselves as father,
mother, brother, sister or child of one of the known survivors can
obtain a pass, about 1,000 of which had been issued up to the time of
the closing of the Custom House yesterday.
Acting Collector Stuart said that the matter of issuing passes was
entirely in the hands of the Cunard company.
"The government has waived all control over the pier," he said,
"in relinquishing its right to examine the passengers' baggage. We
have no more right there than private citizens. In order to help the
oassengers we are sending inspectors and watchmen there to give di?
rections and any assistance that may be asked for in helping to find
friends and relatives or places to go. But the Cunard company can
tell us to keep off the pier and we will have to keep off.
"As a matter of courtesy to the Cunard company we are issuing