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DIG PROGRAM FOR
Artists of World-Wide
Renown Engaged by
Orchestra and Stars Scheduled to
Arrive Here Aboard Special
ful Chorus to Assist in
Music Festival Facts
Time?Monday nnd Tuesday
night?. Tueadoy nftcrnoon. April
20 and 30.
THE A It 'l l VI S i
Mine. Alm? Gluck, noprnno.
Kmc. Loulnc Homer, contralto.
lUccardo Mnrtln. tenor.
Karl .lorn, tenor.
Clarence Whitchlll. baritone.
Henri Scott. hn??u.
John Po?ell. pianist.
Efrem /.Inibnlint. tlollnlsi.
The Wednesday flub ?h?rn? of
2?0 voices, Louie B. WclUel. direc?
The Metropolitan ?Iprrn lloimr
Orchestra. BftT lamtrtimentslletst
lo%rt Pnaternark. conductor.
The nineteenth annual music festi?
val of th*. Wednesday Club, which will
be held In the City Auditorium to?
morrow and Tuesday nights and Tues?
day sfternoon. promts'? to surpass In
artistic excellent and In point of
?magnitude anything of the kind ever
attempted by tho organisation which
has given Richmond nn important place
In tht musical world.
Artists of world-wide renown have
*l>e'n enfc.ig'd for the three e\<nts of
the festtrat. Th? soloists are Mmc.
Alma tiluck. soprano; Alme, Loulsu
Homer, contralto. Rlccardo Msrtin,
tenor; Karl Join. tenor; Clarcn>-o
?Whltehill. baritone; Henri Scott, basso.
These famous singers, accompanied
by the great orchestra of the Metro?
politan Opera House, New York, with
Josef Pasternack, one of the principal
conductors of tho Metropolitan. aro
Bow cu route to Richmond, and will
arrive here at a lam hour to-night
Tho singers and Instrumentalists aie.
trawling In a special Pullman train.
Begins Promptly nt S:30 b'Clock.
Zlmbali*:t, the lamo'i i Russian vio?
linist, who Is coming to Richmond for
the matinee concert on Tuesday, may
arrive here with ihe Metropolitan
Opera Company principals. John Pow
ell. tlie Richmond plat... virtuoso, who
will bo one of the big features of tha
nuittnee concert, hae b. en in the elty
resting for two weeks. He was brought
Xrom Germany by th*> Wednesday ciuo
especially for this occasion.
Powell will return to Europe after
tho festival and resume his tour in
Tho drat concert of the festival
aeries will begin promptly at S:30
o'clock to-morrow night. The direct?
ing managers of tho \t ednesday Club
have issued an order prohibiting door?
keepers from admitting laic comers
while any musical number is being
rendered. This rule will be strict!) en
tforccd. The object is to prevent the
enjoyment of those already scaled
from being marred by the no'.ie und
confusion caused by tardy patrons of
The OIUclul Program.
Following Is ihe de-talled program
Of ihe first concert:
Monday Evening, April 110, at 8:30
'?j Soloists ?.
' Mmc. Alma Gluck, soprano.
Mmc. Louise llupier, contralto.
Carl Join, tenor.
L'laren.o Whitchlll. baritone,
The Wednesday Club thorns, the
Blctro|i?lltnn itprrn House Urehestra,
Josef Pasternack, conductor.
Overture, "Rlensi".( Wagner)
Prizo song and finale from "Die
Carl Jom, Clarence Whitchlll and
Ana, "Uepuis lo jour'' from "Loulso1'
i Gustave Chnrpcnticr)
Grand Aria from ? L.c Prophetc"
Trio from "Faust".(Gounod)
Mmc. Gluck. Carl .lorn and ci. ?
"Wotans Farewell," from "Die
"Barcarolle," fi.i ' Eea Contes
"Habanera,'' from "Curmen". .(Bizet)
Mme Homer and chorus.
Aria, "Vcstl la giubba." from -pa;-.
liaccl' .(Ruggiero Leonos valloj
golo and chorus from "Martha".
Mme. Gluck and .-horns.
John Powell and Zimballst will he
the stellar attractions of the matinee
concert, the second of the scries. The
program arranged Is as follows:
Tuesday Afternoon, April 30, nt ?^??jq
Efrem SSimballst, violinist.
John Powell, pianist.
The .Metropolitan Opera House Or?
Josef Pasternack, conductor.
Overture. "Saul"' .(Bazalnl)
(Continued on Fourth
KING GEORGE OPENS SEASON I
He Apprnra for First Time on Horac- ]
hack Id Itoftnt II??,
lSi.iulaUja.ijlo to The Times-Dispatch. ] t
London, April, 27.?King <;*orge|
opened the season to-day b> appearing j
for the tlrat time on horseo'ac'k on |
There will be two courts?one on.
May 11 and another on May 33?ana
levees on May -1 and .Inno 12, In ail-I
dliiun to one or two stat- balls, lllsl
Majesty's most Important public en?
gagements, besides the charity matin-el
at Itammerstcln's Opera M"us<\ are!
tho naval and military tournament and :
tlip International show, from June
to .tun? 29. Othir local "shows" which j
tho King ? in witness will he the rsc-?
for tlie l>.-rhy and the Oakr and tho
Ascot meeting, and bJho the Inaugura?
tion in duly of t ie now docks a' Wool?
wich. This will h* tho nrnt royal
Water pageant ,n sun/ years.
.fudge Moor? already has Indicated
his intention to exhibit at the coming
International Hnr?e Show, sod it Is
hoped that n. T. StbUsbtiry will also
participate. The prises reach tho j
record amount of $sr> ooo.
There was not a -.ingle berth left!
'?n the Lusltanla. which nailed for Naw
Torlc to-day. Among the passengers|
on board was .l?asc Straus, ?oa of j
? "'dor Straus, who was l?st on the
.lustin McCarthy, tho historian and
novelist, was burled lo-daj In West
'lamp'tead Cemetery beside his wife.
There n-as a grfat aasentblag al the
craw of political, literary and ?nr!l
Mends of the dead writer. T .<? chief
mourners wore hl? s..n Justin and his
Wife and daughter.
LITTLE DANGER OF STRIKE j
Believed Thnt Knapp Has X^erlrd t.n
hcir \t n r.
N.w York. April 27.?Belief that
the threatened strike of :??'.<. loco?
motive engineers employed by rail
I roads east of tho Mississippi and north
! of the Potomac a)id Ohio Rivera h*s
?e. ? .-.verted through the mediation
I efforts of .lud?.- Mai lin A. Knapp, of
the i*oiirt of Commerce, and Charles
I'. Nelll, United st*t?-- Commissioner.!
i of i?-ihnr, was expressed to-night by'
participants In lh? conferences this'
I week with th<- government rcpresonta
) The question of arbitration has now,
been agreed to by both sides, it is
?aid. but vylth some modification from
the orjgihal proposal madi to'the me-,
I dlator* by the railway managers it!
Iis expected that an understanding as'
I to methods of procedure atirt the num.;
1 ber of arbitrators will be reached. \
?Jrand Chief Warren S. Stone, of ?he|
Brotherhood of locomotive Engineers,'
? nnferred with thi committee of riftv!
to-day. and subjects which -Ml be
[brought to the attention of thi me-1
! d la tors on Holiday ??r' discussed.I
Mcml>eri of the conference committee]
of r?ilwaji managers remained 'n the'
City kntl participated In Informal eon-1
fer/iicRS with the oxccutlvc heads of
th< railroads at the office ??? President
Brown, of tite New York Central.]
I Judge Knapp will ppend Sunday In I
| Washington, but will return to New!
. Yot k for the conference wj*h 11?? rail?
NO JOYOUS FAREWELLS
PfUtSf'nB'era t.olntr Hi *r? Hair Mrnlu
or ritnute t'pou Them.
[Special to The Tlmfs-Dlfpat h.J
Neu Yolk. April f7,?ships went
down to the sen to.day with full pas
,cnger ea.?ln llstf. and I? ft their piers
wllti 1 >as domonstrstlon than they:
us'.I to do bet?re April 15. Whether
j bound f V a pn: t of Kuropo or for Iii?.,
j IVfit Indies and the south, they sailed
with fi m monsiratlve far. wells. i
.\~, officer of the Rochamheau ad-'
VMiii .-l a theory* about this Jus; before
lite frohen liner cost off to carry about i
3.",o cvbin passengers and ii large steer?
age to Havre. The shock of the Ti- '
tanic disaster still lav heavily o.i tho
minds of an. he thought, but i>> unani?
mous but unspoken agreement, ill ftad
1 tennined not to ,penk e^ou: It All
wero afraid If one save way to lmag:
nation nil ?would
On all sfiilps. somehow or other, th' '
eyeR of many passengers wandered to '
tli,. ||fe*>oats, the llferafts and the life- '
h-lts. Til re tivi reassurance :n tins,
for everY one could see that the but
toned canvas tops of tha boats ha<1 re?
cently been removed, oars and other
provisions for emergency wer- all
prominently displayed. and In all
cabins the lifebelts were ready foi us4
j Voyages across now will not be so
] loyous and carefree as thoy have b>en.
t but there wHl not be one thing over
i looked in the pursuit of absolute
AN OUTING FOR THAW
Slayer of Stanford White Tnkrn to
(Special to The Times- Iii spa tell. 1
New Rochelle, N. V.. April 27.?For
the first time In nearly three years
' Han-;. K. Thaw, who murdered Stan?
ford Whlto, lud an outing to-day.
I whm he journeyed from the Mattea
, wan asylum to New Rochelie, where
a writ of habeas corpus obtained in
Iiis behalf was returnable before Su?
preme Court Justice M. J. Kc?gh. The
.justice announced that he would hear
testimony ns to his present mental,
condition at Whit- Plains on Monday,
Thaw was accompanied to court by
his lawyers. Clarence I. Shoarn and
I Charles Morschnusor. of Poughkcepsle,
i a brother of Supreme Court Justice
Morschnusor. as weti a-- by his mother,
j Mrs. Mary C. Thaw, and his sister, \
j the Countess of Yarmouth. Thaw an-.
, peared somewhat aged. His hair has1
i turned gray;
While wailing at New Rocliclle for'
a train Thau smoked n big black
, cigar and iio.se.i im photographers. "I
1 ani feting billiy." he said, "i'his was
. a line little excursion for me. ft was
, gram) to see ni\ mother present In
1 conn. She iiijurrd b, r hand recently,
, and I did not expect her to-day."
Thaw expressed the hope that this
j time \.n would be freed.
He then talked about the Titanic
1 disaster, and he snowed thai ho knew
? ail the news "f the dn;.
STYLES FOR MILAOY
lion Her < leihe? -.1111 Re Made Ncxi
\ ii <u in ii.
i Special to The l Imes-Dlspatch.!
Toledo. O., April 27.?Styles for
'< autumn were adopted here to-day i,v
i Hie National Cloak, suit und Skirt
] Manufacturers' Association. About 100
: manufacturers were m attendance. The
I following are the Styles:
I Suit inckc.ts will show a gradual
i rather than a radical increase in
. length, linger tip length fanproximato
i ly thirty-two inchest predominating;
I the lengths f> be based on the vary
? ing heiurhts of women.
Skirts will continue on straight lfnes.
"lie slightly raiscil waist line with
the inner belting "ill continue in
Separate coats will ?? full length.
, and cut on straight lines. Some ma -
? torials win be made in perfectly loose
I shapes, with or without belts, ami
others win be made In nior? shapely
' effects. The feature of the Separate
coats will consist of set-in sleeves,
deep armholesii sloping and Uilgh
hut toning effects.
SKA TRIPS TO IIOHTON.
Commencing May Ist, M. <?? M. T. Co.
steamers will lonvc Nnrfnlk 7:00 T. M. for
Boston anrt Provld>ne?. <.'. ?- 0, Faat 1:00
P, M. train front lUchmona connects.
ARE IN READINESS
Held at Newport News
for Instant Dispatch
MEANS OF FJSCAPE
Bufort Will Sail To-Morrow to
Pick Up Refugees on West
Worried by Coming of Brit?
cign Outbreak Feared.
pecial to The Times-Dispatch.]
Wushlngtou, April 27.?Although as
kured by its representative* through?
out Mexico that condition! there arc]
Improving?to tho exivitt of allaying|
the fear that Americana and foreign?
ers are In Immediate danger?the]
State Department to-night announced
that four transports arc being held at'
Newport News, ready for infant dls-j
patch to Mexican seaports to afford an
escape in case of an antlforclgn out-i
Reports that France, England and'
Germany were sending tblps io iualh-|
tain an unofficial patrol of the Mexi?
can seaboard were not c inflrmcd In the'
department's cable dispatches to-nightI
It wus stated that possibly England
might send a transport ship to take'
off any British refugees The State
Department, however, has not been in?
formed of any sue|i move.
Dispatches to-night indicated that
so far as the conditions of Americans
In Mexico was concerned, there is no
indication of Immediate danger.
The Stale Department's reply to
queries from American firms and Itt
divlduula interested .in Mexican invest?
ments to-night was to this effect.
Iluford Mill Sail To-Morrow.
[Special to rite Times-Dispatch.]
San Francisco, Apr'l The pre?
paration of the United Slates army
transport Buford, under orders from
Washington; to tail at the earliest
i possible moment for the west coast
of Mexico, to take aboard American
I refugee?", wltot'c lives arc in Jeopardy
in the disturbed district, war. rusicii
i with feverish haste to-day.
U vhs stated by Colonel Knight, in
i charga of tho depot quartermaster's
TopolObainpo'. From there Ihe ship
I ready to sail not laier than noon
1 Monday. She has been equipped With
[?ekcled lifeboats, and 100 additional
life-preservers, so that the ma.\iniuui
! number of passengers may be accoui
; modal i d.
I It will take the Rufnrd nbout a
i week to reach the first port of call.
Tololobapo. From there the ship
i will go to the following port*, in
! order named:
Altata. Masatlan, San Bias. Man
zanlllo, possibly Acapulco und Sdlina
; The transports '"rook and Sherman
: r. also being prepared In case they
I are needed.
Mexico City Worried.
Imperial !?> The Timcs-DISpatch.]
Mexico City, April 27.?Despite the
I assurances of the British mlnl.-ter, F.
t.. Strong, that the British gunboats,
j Algcrlne, now en route to Masatlan,
and the Melpomene, now In the Gulf,
aro headed for Mexican waters with
no hostile intent, there Is considerable
apprehension in government circle*.
The report that British subjects have
beep maltreated on the west coast
was followed so closely by the report
that the Algorinc was en route to
Mazntlan mat officials here believe
that her commander is en route to
It was considered certain here to
n-;n!;t that if British interests were
imperiled Great Britain would demand
eaher that the L'nited States afford
needed protection to British subjects
or withdraw Its interpretation of the
Monroe Doctrine, so that England can
act for herself.
Either plan. It is admitted, would
spell erlous trouble for the Madero
Towns In Itulns.
[Special to The Times -1 ilspatch.]
IM Paso, Texas, April .'7.?Although
Cullacan, Mexico, is practically In
rums, it I? still held by the rebels,
while Tcplc, almost as badly battered,
Is still bold by the Federals. This is
the information received to-night from
The assault on Tepic was in progress
two days and fow buildings escaped
destruction, the advices say. Details
of the number killed nty not given, but
1 the dispatches confirm tho report that
General Guerrero and Colonel Morales.
j rebel leaders. were Loth severely
wounded, and that thi rebels were
1 forced to retire.
Tonight the wires from Tepic are
i cut nt Prcsldo. It Is known, however.
that at Cullacan, the rebels seized a
car of flour belonging to an American,
'?when they found Ii was American
property all except one sack was rc
General Orozco this afternoon an?
nounced at Jiminez lh.il he would take
Torreon on May .". Th rebel move
mcnt to the south is now wen under
way. and to-morrow practically the
whole rebel force will be at Escalon.
Dans Formal Vietnam!.
Washington, April 27.?Paving the
way for a more formal demand for the
recognition by. 'he American govern?
ment of the belligerency bf the Mexi?
can revolutionists. Manuel Lujnn, one
nf the little .Itllttn, representing nr
ozco, and now in Washington, submit.
, ed to the Stat" Department to-day a
sinned copy of a proclamation issued
by their leader addressed "on behalf
; of the revolutionary party to all the
people "f the republic of Mexico and
Its foreign colonies."
In this pronouncement Orozco' de?
clares the objects of his partytio.be
a complete recognltlbn of the. princi?
ples of the Mexican constitution ami
establishments of law nnd Order which
the Madero government ha.*i failed to
achieve. Stress is laid upon the
(Continued-on Third Page.),
Tornado Sweeps Part of]
Oklahoma and Texas
EXTENT OF DAMAGE j
IS NOT YET KNOWN j
At Lugert Fifteen People Are
Killed Outright and Known
Death List Now Reaches
Blown From Tracks
Oklahoma City. Okla . April 2T.?
Thirty-one pcreone are reported to
have been killed by a tornado that
swept Southwestern Oklahoma and the
southeastern eorner of the Texas Pan-;
handle late to-day. A dozen towns
were struck and farming communities!
mi ff ered.
Communication facilities are para-'
Used to-night, and it is impossible, to!
eonllrm the reports of loss of lifo orj
accurately to estimate the property
d s mage.
Tho greatest loss of life reported is
at Lugert, v.here it is aa*d fifteen per?
sons were killed outright. A specialI
train sent from Aitu? ,vith physicians
and nurses whon it was reported aj
passenger train had o<c:i blown from
tho rails, picked up ten injured persons
and stalled back for Altus. Two of
these, Mrs. Lee Vanland and Mibs Eva
Yanlaud, died on the train.
It was reported that a Kansas City.
Mexico and Orient troin had been
blown from lh? track and twenty, per
| sons killed, but it developed that but
.two cars hatl been derailed and t.o one
] was hurt.
Th?, storm started tust *--ross the.
?border at Klrkland, rexas, demolished
'thirty buildings and biew a Kock Is
jland work train off the track.
"tearing on northward, tho storm
[struck El Dorador, killing four; Cslmct.l
killing three, and Lug in. Rocky, where
half the town Is In ruiiv: Yukon. War-i
reu. Martha. Blslr an<l ixtne Wolf. At|
leach of iliesQ places many persona tveroI
i hurt. Several of there iowns ate cut!
i oif from communication lo-nig^ht.
! What le believed tob? tue tail of thej
I norm ibt.tr'ycd several buildings at
Muha',1. tiftv' rnii-:, m.<i ti of Oklahoma
[City, but so far as known there we're
' ho cssualliej there.
Ian Blown Prom Trncb.?.
Kort Worth, Te.v. April 27.?Reports
: received here to-night from Ghlldress, I
j Tex., say that ten persons were killed 1
l in a cyclone which swept over the
! Texas panhandlt late to-day. Wires
j are down and detail., are lacking.
Witt n the twister stru, k at KVk
j land fl\e employes of the Port Worth
; and Denver Hallway, who were sitting
! In a construction car, were kUlr-d
I when the car was demolished. Seven
' cars were blown off the tracks.
Other fatalities are reported at
Harold. Claude and Burk Hurnett,
j Some of the victims arc being taken
to Port Worth.
J At least a hundred houses were
. Mown Over and wrecked.
POLICE GUARD HOUSE
Multimillionaire Peneoek Is 'I'brenteneil
fir II I nek Hand.
[Special to The Times-Dispatch.]
Pittsburgh, Pa., April -.'7.?Police and
i detectives to-night guarded the pala
tiaJ homo of A. 11. Peacock, million?
aire and former partner of Andrew
Carnegie, following the receipt of sev?
eral threatening letters and a package
containing a bomb and a stick of
Tlie police have arrested William
Pastorius, alias D. Slllsncr, a CSerman,
whom they charge with having sent
three "Blank Hand" letters and the
I package of explosives.
[ The multimillionaire received in i
first letter demanding $5,000 10 lie sc
I creted tinder a bridge undet ? ty
of deuth. on April IT. Detectives wore
notified. Thursday anotli. r threaten?
ing letter came by messenger and a
package containing tlie bomb and
dynamite was delivered by mail.
The boy. when apprehended by the
police, alleged Pastopius had given
? him half a dollar to- deliver the let
! HONOR FOR LORD DECIES
lie win Succeed to Command of South
Irish Boral Home Uuarda.
j (Special Cable to The Times-Dispatch.)
I London, April 27.?l?rd Decics,
Whose wife was Miss Vivien Qotlld, of
New York, will succeed the Marqu's ?l
! Waterford In the command or the.
South Irish Royal Hors? Guards. Lord
! Decies and Ins wife will spend mos;
I Of the summer In Ireland. They are
making vast ?mprovemonts on the<r
j n< w Irish estate at Tuttrdlstown, and
will entertain there to a great ex
There is a prospect that the Kmc
land Queen will virit the Duke and
Duchess of Roxburgho at Floors Cas
i lie. and that they will dine with them
1st Chesterfield House during tho sea
Appeal of Richeson
llnstnn. Mass., April 27.?The ap?
peal of On, re arc V. T. Richeson.
murderer of Avis Mnnell, thut his
nenlenee of dentb he conmiutcd In
Imprisonment for life, sim made
public by fioreraor Fobs to-duy.
The appeal I? <i<ir. t <,, the Gov?
ernor am' H,r Executive 'Council,
"I respectfully request Hint Hie
sentence of denih pronounced
nunlnsl me by Hie Superior Court
of the count.v of Nulfolk he 'com?
muted <n Imprisonment for life, and
I leave Ike presentation of this re?
nnest and the reiiNona In Support
thereof vtlth my eounMpl.
??I I, v||KM P. V. T. IIICIIKSO.V."
The Governor will nnnnunee Inter
?beiher he wilt refer It leh'esnn's
petlHnu lo the Executive Council
Funeral Ship Mackay
Bennett Will Reach
HOUR OF ARRIVAL
Arrangements About Completed
for Landing Bodies of Titanic
Victims?Of the Corpses Re?
covered, 171 Have Been
Identified and Thirty
Buried at Sea.
tSpec'.n.l to The Times-! Ilspatch. 1 !
Halifax, N. S.. April 27.?Definite!
?word was received from the steamer'
Mackay-Bcnnctt this afternoon that sha
had lrft the scene of 'he Titanic dls-j
aster nt noon on Friday for Halifax:
with her grim cargo and will reach'
here Monday, the exact time holng dc-;
pendont on weather conditions.
Through the White Star officials sndj
the mourners' committee, arrange-]
ments have, about been completed fori
the landing of the bodki of the Titanic,
Victims. The bodies of tho identified,
dead will first bo brought ashore andi
conveyed to the rooms ol local under-1
takers, there to bo prepared for send-!
log to tile homes of their relntlvcs. The
unidentified dead will bo next looked
after, and will be taken to tho May
Mower curling rink, where a force of
thirty emba liners will bo in attend?
ance in order that the.c may he no
delay with the work. After the bodies
have been properly prepnrcd. persons
looking for friends >r relativen will
be admitted In order that they mlglu
seek for loved ones lost In the dis?
As the Mackay-BengMt onlv cart led I
with her 1 .",o coffins some bodies have
not yet been placed In any receptaele.
They will lie put first Into a larse
marken that Is to bo placed within
the dock yard grounds, where the
death ship wiil dock, and then coffined
and sent to the morgue. The White
Star officials have reced-v! from their
position not 10 admit newspaper men.
and the repre-entallvei of the. press
will be admitted to the deck.
In order that an many bodies as pos.
alble may be prepared for burial helorc
the Mackay-Bennett reaches Halifax,
1: was suggested to-nlcht that about
twenty cmbalmcra he sent out on a]
spcc'al boat to meet tho death ship.
The matter was taken up with tho
White Star officials, who viewed ill
with favor and Bent a wireless to
Captain l>ar<inor, asking how many
additional tn?n h? could accommodate.
There Is now here a staff of thirty- I
four ombalmers an,) twenty-five as?
sistants, who could he sent out to
meet the Mackny-Bennett.
If Captain Dardner can accommo?
date these men they will leave Hall
fax In the morning on tho steamer
Seal, The two ships would met about
fourteen hours from Halifax, which
would give thorn ample llmo to pre
pare practically every body for burial.
This would eliminate any oclay after
reaching port. It would mean that
upon the arrival of the MaCkny-Ben-i
nett the bodies already identified would
he ready for the forwarding to the
homes of their rcltalvcs.
A wireless received from the
Msekay-Bennett stated that sho wasj
200 miles east of Sable island nt 6
o'clock to-night, which will bring her
Into Halifax at 0 o'clock 011 .Monday
morning. Major Winship, of Wash?
ington, Is expected hero to-morrow
morning as the representative of Talt
for the purpose of identifying the body
of Major Archibald Butt.
Thirty Burled nt Sea.
[.Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch. 1
New Yotk. April 27.? Tho same wire?
less dispatch which brought word to
llto White Star people that the cable
ship Mackay-Bcnnctt had Identified
eighty more bodies picked up from the
sea. of titoso who lost their lives with
tho Titanic, also gavo reasonable
ground for the assumption that her
commander has burled at sea thirty of
the bodies. The message said that the
cable ship Is proceeding weist with all
dispatch to Halifax with lx'J bodies.
It also states that in its search of the
waters near where the Titanic went to
her doom the rcmainr. of nineteen vie- ,
Ilms have been found, in addition to
I the -0"> already reported.
Altogether tha MacJcoy-Bennett has
picked up 219 bodies. The news that
she will come to Halifax with but 199
makes It evident that '.ier commander
has seen fit to bury at sea tho remain?
Following this brassage came another
1 from the Macksi'-Bcnnett, addressed In
the same manner, giving the eighty
pew Identifications. The names include
that of Frank D. Mlllett, the aril-i
Altogether. 171 of tho bodies picked
up have peen Idontltled. At tho White
Star offices to-day it was snld that no]
?or.I had come officially that George D.
Wldener'S body had been Idontilied, nl
though a report to this effect came
from Philadelphia on Friday.
It U t.ie plan of the White Star of 1
flCials tO have all the unidentified and
unclaimed bodies brought in by Ihe
Mockey-Bennett or the Mlnln. burled in
llallfat They also sav they will pro?
vide head stones for the (times of
those whose names arc known, but
who are not claimed.
The survivors of the Titanic, par?
ticularly those of the steerage, have
not cased to come to the White Star
oiric. s for assistance. In almost every
case help bus been given. The White
Star people say that they have pro-j
vlded over a hundred with free trans-j
pollution to the points for which Iheyl
had originally set out. :
ViiunR \ntor t'lnniorx Far Kpeetl, 1
I Spi - la I to The Tlmcs-TMspateh. |
1 in board Astor funejriil train on
toute to Halifax, via Vanveboro,
Maine. April -"??Almost on the Ve-rgo
of a nervous collapse;;'Vlncoht Astor,
torn and heir of the multi-millionaire
who went down with the lost Titanic,
to-night clamored for "Speed, speed,"
on his way to claim his father's body
from the ileafn cargo of the morgue
ship Muckey-Benriolt at Halifax.
With nothing but the ."canty ir.tnr
(Coutiuucd on Filth 1'age.)
NO WARSHIP FOR SWIMMER
Dc?lilfe I.oynlty, Ileqiiest of Mlaa
I'ltonof la Refused.
[Special to The Tlmes-Dispntch.]
Washington, April 27.?Although the
Navy Department appreciates the
patriotism of Miss Rose PUonof. ot
Hostoti. the noted young' woman swim?
mer. In determining to wear a bathing
costume of the American colors In her
swim across the English Channel, the
department has decided that It cannot
well assign a warship as convoy to
This answer wa* given by Acting
Secretary of the Navy Winthrop to
day in a letter to ItepresontatlV* Mo
Curlcy, of rtoston. Mr. McOurley wrote
to the Secretary of the Navy, n'lylng
that Miss Pitonofs representative had
appealed to him to obtain one or more
warships for the purpose. Miss
Pltonof. he explained. Is supposed to
be the champion of the fnmale swim?
mers of the. world, she havlug swum
from the Chnrlcstown Bridge to Bos?
ton Eight and from a point on the
East Itlver to Coney Island. She Is de?
scribed as scarcely more than seven?
teen venra of age, full of daring, and
the most graceful swimmer In the
world. Accordingly, ho nBked that a
torpedo boat or destroyer or two or
a sinal'. battleship be assigned to ar
company her. English arvj French
manufacturers had tendered the use of
palatial yachts, expecting advertising,
'but tun patriotic young American
woman would have none of It." It Is
said. "She much prefers an American
mnn-o-war. with the Stars and Stripes
floating over it." Miss I'ltom'f pro
poses to make the swim In ."luly.
WANT MAJORITY VOTE
Sonic of National Committeenien Would
Ahol'/ih Two-Thirds Rule.
[Special to The Times-Dispatch.]
Baltimore. Md.. April 27.?Probably
i he most Important discussion at a
meeting of tho Democratic national
committee here to-day related to the
two-thirds rule of nominating tho
presidential candidate, and when the
committee adjourned it was announc?
ed that strong efforts will be made
to have the convention adopt a rule,
for n majority vote -in tho nomina?
tion Instead of the two-thirds rule
w hielt now Implies.
Colonel John MrGraw announced
that ho would present at a S.oncral
meeting of the National Committee, to
be held In Baltimore early In .Tune, a
concreto resolution calling for tho
abolition of the, two-thirds rule.
That tho cominltteo will adopt this
resolution Is firmly believed, and <l
will then go to tho convention for
According to Colonel McGraw tits
resolution will ask that the majority
rule tdiall not apply to tho Balt'moro
convention, but at the fltst national
convention thereafter, which will be
If the National Committee sees fit
to offer such a resolution to the
convention* It will mean a hot. fight
on the floor. The delegate., from the
Southern States will oppose the meas?
ure with all their strotigth, while the
delegates from tho Northern States
will support It
WILL TRAIN JOURNALISTS
Mnx Tain Propone* to found School
nt Notre Dime.
[Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.]
New York. April 27.- Announcement
has come from Notre Dame. Ind., that
Max Pattl. the well known Now York
lawyer, will found a school of jour?
nalism ai .Notre name University. The
extent ot tho endowment Is not stated.
It is understood that the couroo will
provide for practical experience on the
Mr. Pain, ll Is understood, has un?
dertaken the preliminary .steps in the
establishment of the new department.:
The conditions under which tho endow?
ment will be made and under which
the school will be operated have not
beep announced yet.
Mr. Pain is an Austrian by birth.
Aftor b-ing admitted to tho bar In
h^.i, he became an uSsoclate of Elben
H. Gary. When ihe latter bcoamu
chairman of tlie l ulled States Steel
Corporation Pant took up his practice,
lie also worked with John W. Gates
in the organisation of the American
Steel and Wire Company, lie was a
lawyer for Charles W. Schwab and tor
the shipbuilding trust.
i TRIBUTES PAID TO PITNEY j
Ueneb aud liar I nltc to Ho lllm
[Special to The Tlmas-Dispatch.]
New York. April 27.??The bench and
bar of Now York and New Jersey
united to-night lo honor Mahlon Pit?
ney, the junior associate justice of thd '
Supreme CiMtrl. recently elevated from
the New Jersey bejtoh to his present
position by President Taft. Robort*
H. MoCnrlcr acted as toasrmnster, and
delivered the address of welcome, in
! which ho paid high tribute to the abil- '
! Ity of the new associate Justice.
In responding. .Tustlc: Pitney thanked
I his former associates for tho honor
I conferred on him, and pledged himself
I to administer the duties of his new1
I position so thnr "New Jersey would
; not regret the honor paid lier nativ.- .
Among the other speakers of the.
|evctiing were Assoelate Justice Charles
E. Hughes, of the Supreme bench:
linncodlor Edwin Robert Walker of
N .-.v Jersey: Ohlef Justice William S.
Gnnvnwrc, of tho New .Ters?y Supreme
coin, and Edmund Wilson, Attorney
General of Now Jersey,
RECALL IS A PERIL
t rcbhlahop Ireland ?ny? It Must \0t
lie Treated MrIkIt.
rspec;.,i to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.]
Galena. 111. April 27?Striking at
the principles of recall, particularly
the recll of Judiciary, and assailing
Socialism, Archbishop Ireland spake
! to night at the. Grant celebration op'
: "Some Problems of Democracy." He
said the recall was a porll Which must
I not be treated lightly.
1 "But 1 have stead fast faith," he
said. In the permanency of American
democracy, because 1 have faith In the
patriotism and zo..,| sense of the peo
pie of Amol Im. lint conildence In the1
abiding ability of American democra?
cy to p.is3 safely through every
storm must not beguile us Into som- I
nolehee and apathy, while th? storm'
circles aboVte its brow ami the peril
digs pitfalls beneath Us feet.- j
Great Temple, Convent nnd Theatre
Will He Utiilt in Munich. ,
? Special Cable to The Times-Dispatch.)
Berlin. April 27.?Tho erection Is
projected at Munich, one of the ino.it
lm*portant Buddhist ce.ni.Yes on the
continent, of a groat Buddhist tem
; pic. convent and theatre. a number
; of theosophlcal plays will bo produced
at the latter. a gre,-,i propaganda
will be undertaken bj the German
Buddhists* with headquarters at Mu?
A German statistician declares that
the w|r Indemnity of j i.ooo.ooo.noo
paid by Franca to Germany in isri
has been almost completely repaid as
German losses at French gambling re?
sorts li.no amounted to 112,500,000 k
BEST SHCRVIOB TO CALIFORNIA.
Standard or toiirlat. Latter personally con?
ducted without '-!i?iu;r tt. riTi jj, .WaahlaX'
toa-Suuact Rout?, rl Etut Main r.i;e.tt,
Heedless of Warnings,
Great Liner Went Reck?
lessly to Death.
IN EASY DISTANCE
All on Board Sinking Ship Migh|
Have Been Saved Had Wire*
less Operators Been Awake,
or Distress Signals An?
swered?Talcs of Heroism
Washington. April Z~_Having
wrested but a meagre part of tho
Titanic's dread secrets front the ocean
depths in etKhl days' constant Inquiry*
tho Senate Investigating committee
adjourned to-night until Monday,
Then tho powerful Federal search?
light v?ill be turned anew Into tho
watery wastes, the Bcpulchre of tho
ocean t'tan and its 1.6S0 victims.
Ten day.t or two weeks more ofi
continuous sessions, Senator Smith
said to-night, may not finish tho In?
quiry. l"vcn after that an occasional
witness may be called, before tho of-,
fleial report is prepared.
To-day's hearing was replete with
dramactlc and Important testimony,
closing with tho simple diffident
Stories of the seamen?stories that
gained in their dramatic intensity be
cause of tho very crudity and direct?
ness of their telling. They told of
music, gay dinner parties, happiness
and laughter on that peaceful Sab
hath ni^iit aboard the Titanic. Then
(hey shifted, ?villi hushed voices, to
tho tale of denth and suffering In tho
frozen, midnight sea.
Little Incidents of the last moments
alive of Major Archlo Butt, Isidor
Straus, Captain Smith, Astor, and
Other notables In the ntanlc's death.
' list. Mazed their tale deep into the
heart*, of their hearers.
Wireless "Lo(j'> Produced.
The. sillors' testimony followed tha
Wireless record of the Tltanfc's death,
from Captain James 11. Moore, of tho
steamer Mount Temple. Tho last
words of the Titanic Mashed through
space to many ships were told in de?
tail from tho wireless "log." Cap?
tain Moore also told how he was only
nineteen miles away, approached
within fourteen miles and was then
barricaded behind mountains of ice.
To-night Senator Smith refused to
release the thlrty-flVo ofliecrs and
crew of the Titanic. IIa ordered them
to remain here at least until Monday
or Tuesday. They were bitterly dis?
appointed, all having testliled.
Vice-President Franklin, of thai
White Star Line, left lor New York
this afternoon, but will return Mon?
day. J. Bruce Ismay will remain. Next
week some of the Tltanio'a passengers
will bo heard for '.lie I'.rst time. Some
have been waiting here for days.
To-night Senator Sio'tb was tele*
graphed that Harold Br de, tho wire
let s hero of the TltanL. will be, here
to testify M.luy morning. lie gave a.
brief recital to the cjinmlttce in tho
Waldorf-Astoria Hotel :h New York:
a week ago. |?o is being brought from
n hospital cot in Now York with a.
broken ankle and his oilier foot frozen
?the mementoes of his narrow escape.
Chief Engineer Sammis, of the Mar?
coni offices in New York, and William
Marconi, the "wireless wizard,'1 wllX
Manager Botiomlcy, of the Marconi
Company, who ?as asked to come heral
Monday, begged off until later.
From Samniis, Senator Smith pro?
poses to ascertain details of the al-?
leged "blood money" enacted for the
story of the Titanic tragedy from.
Operators Bride and Cottam, tho lat?
ter of the rescue ship Carpathla. Cot
t.un admitted that lie expected to gett
$500 for his story, told to a New Yorlc
Hints ni Sensation.
Next weck. Senator Si-ith also plana
to unravel the skein of mystery re?
garding the alleged denial to a grief,,
erased public of the news of the Tl
tanio's sinking. He hinted at a fu?
ture sensation to-day In his examine*
tion of vice-President Franklin, of tho
White Star Line, when If asked If any
of tlie steamship company's officers or
agents had applied for additional In?
surance upon the Titan, a few hours
before tlie terrible new* of Its ds
St met Ion.
The Inquiry also piomtscs to dlsJ
pose of the tale thai Captain Smith
attonded a "millionaire pare.'" a gay
and festive occasion, lust before the
Titanic rammed its oceitn victor.
Senator Smith stated to-night that
he had practloally abandoned thought
of bringing Mrs. John Jacob Astor
here to testify, respecting he;- renew?
ed burden of grief in the recovery of
her millionaire husbands bod.- by tho
Many new laws, governing wireless
operators, navigation and l:fc-savlng
devices are certain to follow tho In?
To-nlght?neady two weeks after
the Titanic struck its floating death
monument?a . nation stmid.s dumb?
founded at the revelations of the
committee. It lias been learned that
the Titanic sped headlong, at tho rata
of from twenty-one lo twenty-tires)
knots an hour, through a vast field
of crunching Ico. apparently heedless
of warnings. Qth*; testimony indl
cates that many vessels were within
a few miles of the sinking liner, but
their wireless operators were asleep
or ignored the C. Q. 1?. appeals," Tie*
rockets, too, were seen and also
Another gruesome indictment Is that
against the White Star Line of aup
presslng the news. Vice-president
Franklin admitted that lie heard tho
rumor of the disaster over slxtee.o
hours and received confirmation from
the steamer Olympic over si\ hours
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