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FORTY-EIGHT PERISH IN
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""vL' XXI11, '"" CALUMET, MICHIGAN. FRIDAY AFTERNOON. JANUARY 30. 1914
1 i . NUMBER 88
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Aspirants For Senatorial Toga and
Executive Chair Prepare
UNDERWOOD VERSUS HOBSOII
Leader of Lower National House
Is Opposed By "Hero" For
Seat In Senate
.M(.n!-,ni"iy, Ala-, Jan. 30. Vv'Jth the
Jit i!io -ratio prlinarlesi In Alabama on
ly two months away, the aspirants
fur the i t iiiitiiii.il toga and t ho exe-eu-
the i lm r iir putting n their racin
ixs iii preparation for t ho final sprint.
Aii'-.i 'y "'' campaign l.a.H developed
int., mil' of Ha most spirited In the
state's uvi'Mt history. Most interest
iin'ui'.diy t fillers in tile contest uvci
tin- I'nit.'il status senatorship. On
niii' m.Ic i oscar W. I'ndonvood, t )i
, . i, lr of tin Pe-muoratio ntajority iit
tli,- national house of representatives,
anther f t!i' tariff hill which hears
liis nana- and a man Willi one of I he
ini'M in illiai.i ifHonls for constructive
in liuM'iiii'iil which has been made in
( Mii-M'.ss for several e.oeados. Pitted
against All. rnilt-rwond is Capt. Hich
iiiiiinl ltar-a.u llohxon, known to his
Iniy .1." "Ill" he-lo of t ho Morrilil.te"
iiml win now represents ihe Sixth (lis
Hi. t of Alabama in the lower house
Tiiin'.'l observers, e spoi'ia lly those
miiNtlo 111" slate, .Mr. I'luVrwooil up
lai as I ho logical candidate for the
ln.lt d St.it oh senate. His sorvi v in
the Imur house covt'i'K a period of
iif.iily n years and iia.s been of a
ninM ihMinguislied order. llo has
mv-n Hi c-iunlry n tariff law which
! sin 'on ly believes will wank no ir
'i.ir.ih!.' injury to legitimate business
himI will itPiniately bring relief to thn
J I'l". I ''. l o his rHelll teim e-X-
I'iivs i!:r ;.icatost wink of his party
will lwr l.i en done. Tariff, cunt-no.,
and mill -trust, legislulioli will have
U.n tn.i. i. , and the parly will have
i':i' .1 U lull (ho lienolit of Mr. fn
ilct... s 1. ailershlj in tho House.
Wn'i liii.-. aoeoniplishei', M.r. 1'nd.r
wii. i! i t i. es ' t hat lio HhoiiM ;,o en
liilt.l t.. enter a ntw tic-Id in whi. h
ln ability and genius for c-onst ruci
hi' l--jjisi.itit.ii would liavo ninple op
I'fiiii.iiiy l.n- Inrthc-r development.
Hobson Has Strong Support.
I'ut MianKo an it. may -st cm, Mr.
I'nl'-rw I. Willi his wide reputation
iinil l.nll..,iit i id of nchU-vein. nt.
.0'ia r.-nt t ,.,r, i)Rl,t to win tho
fwiiilurial rie. The business Inlet-
Ms i.f ih,. stale nie supporting his
.iinlicl.i, y almost iinaiiimoiisly. hut, in
Hi'' rural ilist rit-ts, where jit.liihitioii
' M ii' as l ho issue in evc-iy poliih-al
,;i'"l';iiii. Captain llohsoii ami his
fiiti-saj.,t,n propaganda. admiltedly
!':' a mi,k followins.
I p to piesctit time Mr. riderwool
TWO BIG Li
WABASH ORDERED SOLD;
BiDS MUST BE OVER
Lo.ils, Mo., Jan.
of the Wnhash
yas niithori70il l.y
Jiilue Adams today.
No hid lower ihan I hi it v -four
lilHiinns will he aooepted.
Fitting Tribute Paid to Late Pro-!
fessor by College of Mines
I Old Dominion Liner Monroe Is Rammed Amidshios
By Steamer Nantucket And It Sinks In Ten
Minutes, Its Sleeping Passengers Being Pitch-
ed From Their Berths and Barely Reaching the
Deck Before the Boat Goes Down,
TWO AMERICANS ARE
Newspaperman and Companion
Victims of "Fugitive Law"
Win I le;;i., 'a I., .1 in.
mhI, hi ( lal.lalnl new
ci.iiii ,iai..ii, M..;-i inn-
I'. V. liar-
pai l Hi; i ii. an.
-il letl t.ul of Tij...iui. .Mei.-o. uader
Kiianl of .Mexican I'edi rals. are "t liev-t-d
to he lyin dead ill tho iiioiinta ins,
after lit h1j4 Milijei I. .1 to the "fugitive"
This informal ion was received in a
Hole addressed to a ."x'li I ie;o news
paper. Rebels Move Toward Torreon.
.1 1 la if., Jan. L'O. - M-i on.eiits i.f rel
ela toward Torn on l i-a.1 in lan:
lllitilhels to.lay. Coiioral iHa will n..
no south. for sei ral days.
GERMANS ARE PREPARING.
RATIFICATION OF 25
Wrshiiiton, Jan. SO. The
Senate foreign ''relations com
mittee Voted lo 1 e. ( inVui nd t lit
ininiediato rnljllcalion of the
noneral nrldlratlou lic-atles with
Irt-at Urilnin. Japan and other
nations, twcnty-tie treatits in
DISREGARDS WARNING AND
0R0WNS IN PORTAGE LAKE
"a li.M-lined to stump tho, state, lie
l""-istt' l in romainins In Wash
lti ic t . rt P. aitend to his official tint it s.
"Viiiu his claims in tho hands of Ids
JiM'iuN. shrewd iM.lillcal ol..-sorvrrs
Hint if this pi-mram is atllicretl
I" tluriim the short rr-nia initio period
,,f ti ' niiiii-,"i the ways ami ineanr
'itinjM, despite his spl.Midid reet itl
"i-ksm. will have a vc-rv hard
fiKlit in v. in the senatorial toija.
i'l 1. 1. n Hohson's strength lies
'''l.v in his success ns a fampain
iui'l he is takins every advatita'.'
" "us c..i,.nont'H luhsenoe.
,,f ias i,(.n pursuiiiic n
ami: iy,, ,lV,.v ImP Ktate.
"' Mm that lit
iiini.i ;;i(,nnil. make nu.re spoeches
iieii.se more enthusiasm
"s than any cither
H.i Striking Career.
"'s record la public life is
"id Mriklnu. hen ho ii-led to
"II "he lelir
''"'l U pul.lie
w hirlw ind
It has heeu
man in A fa
d list of ih l;ay t-
career, nnd nave do-
iulit as hia l .i. ii il... 1 .!.
tialnr Haiikliead. Ilion ;i niend.ei- of
"d affairs committee of tho
ViKnroiisly oui (,ne,l :uli,,n nnd
i.,'''."'1 '' ,",in1, A r,,0", ,,f H"'-"-"l
'-"'Med ilia) ho Rf.t ,,ut and heat
"'MiKi.l for Conurcsa. llol.M.n
'"M'tlv acted on tho suggestion. I'.o
fr.iin the navy, ho entered the
iu ' "r f"'"n tlie Sixth dis-
( air.st iSanklirnd. n veteran
""1'ilKa r ami nstuJe poll) p-ia n. 1o-
""'iiKhead's powerful family
jf -is (ast wjiirl at prai Ileal p...
1 itni , ,n' ""ar ,,r,,i,""r l '"'
'Kl,'"V ,!,0l!' lWi ','',rS ,U'r
lli.l.v r,n,MVf1 with : il.ornc.su.
t Ktl,ml,'l Ihe district from end
"m.,,1 , I""' W,"M' iKillc.Irt were
1-:in, J a r""nil that tho veteran
f... "T. Ro"rt ,,ow" defeat
ii. .. i.-i.yn i omccr
K h ndid record as n Con-
""Idier mid his f,,rty years or
Ktaonzlcin Succeedimj In Arousing
Spirit Amoivj Germans.
1 :)-) i ii. Jan. :;n. AP.in '. Kraei.-
I loin, the l"iic.er I'nivcrsiiy of I'enn-
syhai.ia . ra. !. all-round athlete, wh
haa Let ii t imaired to put tho (leimaii
team into shape tor the (l.mpic
sanies in 1:'!1. a few davs an i-lier-etl
a lecture hy imitation in Jena. A
la IT'' aulience. inchidiic; the clallil
dnk(. of Saxe-Wt iniar. turned eui to
The speaker was ir.tr din ed l.y Sec
retary i'.;rl Hit in of tlr.' Olympic i. nmc
cci.imittt , w ho hiti' e his ret urn from
the 1'niled Slates ha-- heen cundikt
in.T an eneiijetie prop-maud. i in favor
of American sportor; inetlnils. The
I 'ntt rovt , in athletics U l.oconrir; a
veritahlo crae anions tin- .mmiiij; men
Tho work of preparing tor (ho
Olympic names will n aheat! whether
or not tiie nh lnta; refuses to appro
priate the funds .c nee 1," said -Mr.
Krac lile'ii. "Tho in!, I weather has pil'
:i atop to our open air training for a
time, hut tin mi. Idle of M.inli w II find
us at work in tin- o,eti air of tic stadium."
liistc.nardiiH' the warning nhc-n him
hy Al Wittint;. a man win. so 1,1,-nlilv
has not been positively tlcteriniiied.
hut who is supposed l he Sidney Mal
hoit, vim works and resides at the
Michigan Smelts, ationpted to cross
I'l'ttaKo Lake on tho ice, about one
noiir alter tue Hik Favorite went
through nt about noon today. In an
effort to cross the pap in the Ice, hy
slepplnn on otiatiiif; cakes, he slipped,
lihinnod into tho water und was
drowned. Kffot-tM in 1,-covei'' the body,
which were heiiijjj made this after
noon, were- unsuccessful up to press
Mallmit is a machinist, aed ahout
.'!. years, and has a wife and three
children residing at the MIohlKan
smelts. He went to Hancock this
nioiiiin and hail iu.1 returned home
up lo late this afternoon, alth.nish
usually a man of very regular habits.
Tho. des.ilition Riven by Al Witt in;?
SAYS GOMPERS WAS
Statement of Delegate Throws
Convention Into Uproar
iiKiia'iapolis, Ind., Jan. .'!(. That
Samuel Rompers was "gloriously
uruiiK. al the Seattle convention of
me .Miicin.iu i ftierailill or I -I I ol', Was
charnt'tl by Duncan McDonaM of Illi
nois, at the convention of the I'nitel
M'i.e inkers today during f.foloiiReti
'I.iar' and "slaiider" wcre hurled
at Mcpt n.ild by Cloaipers, who was
on tho platform.
"1 am glad tJoniptrs is here so I
can say what I want to." beaan Me.
i Donald. In reply to a rpoech yesterday
"I said a booze tighter was in chargt;
of the .Xmeriean federation nd I can
The statement threw the convention
into an uproar. i
flompt r followed McDonald and do
rioti tiie charge of drunkenness. He
declared the statement was "libelous
ch.mp'-rs denied lr maintained
machine to keep himself in office.
"Tho labor movement Is part of my
life, ho continued. "1 em going- t-i
stick t. It. You may drive me out
office., but you can't c'rhe me out of
f lumpers left the hall to take
train hefor Moytr coi ld seak.
A lilting tribute Wi:.s paid to the
memi.rv of the late Dr. Ceorgt; A.
Koc-niv, form r I'ri.fi ssor of c hemis
try at the College u Mines, tins m. .ru
ing when the chemistry buildin
EIGHTY-FIVE OF THOSE THROWN INTO THE SEA ARE
SAVED BY LIFE BOATS; MANY IN SERIOUS CONDITION
.Vorfolk. Va., Jan. ..- forty-eight : Wir.-less messages report a number of
souls wtj-e I. .st in the i. waters of th. I"'0 rescued in serious eondit i.-n.
Among Uje passengers win. perished
Atlanti. at - o'clock thi.i rimriiing wln n
Ihe old Domini. m .iner .Monroe was
lammed amidships, pi; .., ,ut in
two, and sunk hi ten ii...,,.t. s. twenty
miles soiiihtast of l.l.uid, !.;, th"
Merchants Miiiiei-.s' l.n. v
by tlio hoard of con-
PLOWS WAY TO HOUGHTON.
it Ihe n.an he S.-iW le.'.ve the 1 1 in. I;
si.le on tho ice and win in he warned. Wr,ckjn9 Tug - Favorite Forces Path
tallies wlih that of Malln.lt, hut then
is a possibility tho victim may 1
Depaty sheriffs nnd employes of the
Michigan mu Its ate employing tin
c ounty 'a grapplim apparatus in an ef
loll to roce ver the In id v.
CULLOM LEFT DIG ESTATE.
Wiish'nclon. .Tan. :'.').- Tlio late Scm
ator ('uili.m lefi an osiato valued a
more than one bun died thousand dol
u'a ' Underwood to T.ke Stump.
ll,e '"unory of Dankhcad' de- 1
lcit (hat prompts Mr. I'ndorw i.o.Ik
iriem's to ume him lo coaie home and
engage in a viperous speaking cam
paign against his opMnt lit. Thr.v le
lievo that if ho gets id nnd meets
the voteifl his vittofy v ill ho certain.
So far ho has mad., no effort to tin
this, and there lbs tiu element of
The gube rnaloiial c.impalg.i. though
ovc ishatlowe d by the s niggle lor the
senalM-shlje. is nevertheless a 1 1 1 a"l lug
nun ti atleiilion. With live entile I ho
race e-ould scarcely oo othtiwise than
l..i. i-..vil..vr Tims., who aspire to bo
the next governor are K If. 'omor,
who has already held the e.fliee;
t'harlcs Henderson, former president
of the Male railroad e..iiimisloii; U.
T. Kolb, who has a long record as po
litical leader nnd e.tlb'o lu-ldeT In Ala
lia ma; V alter D. S.-el of Tuscaloosa.
Hid John 11. Wallace.
WILSON TO MEET CUTTERS.
Intern? tiortl Clothing Makers To Be
Received by P.esident.
Washington, D. i' Jan. 3n. 1'resl
Hoot Wilson will receive the delegates
and women In attendance at tie an
nual convention of th. International
Custom Cutlers' Association of Ameri
ca when it mevts in this city next
week. 'Ihe convention is expected to
bo the largest and most iiotahlein the
hlstoiy of ihe association. Kvery ph is-
of garment production will ho discuss
il during the four days' sessions, ami
in addition there will he a private ex
hibition of Idxh-grado tnil tret! appnrel,
el-presenting tho exclusive creations of
the bent elcslnners In the Culled Slates
NEW ORLEANS A TROPICAL CITY.
New t leans. I.a., .Ian 30. New Or
'eans rrchool children will tomorrow
plant hundreds of ikiIiiis with a view to
miring tills the 'greenest city in Am
erica." While the chief nim of the
moveme nt Is for n cleaner und more
beautiful city, another and not the
least important e.hjee t in planting the
palms Is to give to New Orleans n
more tropical nppenranec and thereby
make the city more utiractlve for the
wlatcr tourlsU from the north.
Through 18 Inches of Ice,
Plowing vts way through eightee'l
Inthcs of lee, the wrecking tug Tavor-
!te arrived in Houghloa this nooM from
tho sliip canal, where she arrived yes
terday from Manitoii Island after a:i
unsuccessful attempt tt release the
stranded, steamer WaJ do.
The l-'avoiite foivepd the passage and
succeeded in making its way slowly
and without incident. The how of the
boat was forced upon the Ice which
would crush beneath its weight, am!
In this manner the journey was made.
The Favorite will no 'ntu eiuatic-rs at
the M. Van Onion el icks.
The Waldo Is Intact and will ho
taken oft the reef in tho spring.
TANGO TEACHERS ON SHIPS.
Passengers to Decide Whether Com
pany Shall Take This Step.
New ,ork, Jan. Sit.-Since danTing
on board has heM-onie so popular with
tourists making the winter cruises to
the West Indies, .mama and Central
and South America, tho t'nited 1-Ynlt
company has received many ri-iiests
lo install dancing ten hers on the
steamers of the great white fleet. Al
though the tango and the hesitation
have beeii streumlv nimoseil hv m.inv
Influential people, they seem to he
thee vogue with the joiinuer set. He-
fore making Mich a radical change in
Its social staff the rin?:d l-'rult oeim-
pany has announced tin t the passen
gers on each cruise slia'i themselves
given his nam
In I of the c; liege.
The' name of tiie building in the fu
ture will I Koi-nig Jlall."
The announcement was made by
Chairman Hon William Kelly on be
half of the board of Control, In Ihe
presence of students, friends t.f the
family and admireis of the late pro
fessor. In the announcement, Mr. Kel
ly commented upor the life of the de
ceased his attainments, his admira
tion of the students ami their love
A resolution, presented , by Mr. Kel
ly, was. In pat I, as f .llows:
"In recognition of the scholarly at
tainments e.r Dr. le..rno A. Koenig,
his servi. es as professor of chemistry
for over twenty years, his personal
sympathy and influence with the stu
dents who have been under him. and
the ir appreciation of his lovable per
sonality, and finally his part In the
planning and etpiippyig of the buildin,; I
eroeted in li'iili for tho use of tho
chemical department of the collene.
it Is hereby resolved.
"That the bail. Hug- hitherto, known
as tho chemistry buMdin? than bo
named Kocnlg Hall, and further
"That a copy of these resolutions be
engrossed nnd sent to l'rof. Koenig's
Occupying positions on the platform
in tho pyrnna ium, where the event
occurred were Mr. Kelly, M. M. Dun
can of Ishpemin?, James MacN'augh-
ton of Calumet, Thomas I'.egolo of
M.iniueiie and John W. Dhuk -of
Houghton, members .f tlio hoard of
cont red; President l- W. McNair of
the college and. Allan F. Kees, who
appeared In behalf of the- family of
Family Presents Memorial.
Mr. Uees m know ledgetl the lienor and
presented a. sketch of the life of tin
diM-eased. Ho spoke particularly of
the long term of service, as well as
the love of students for him, during
the twenty-one years. I'pon conclu
sion ot Ids remarks, Mr. Kees prest-nt-ed
a pot I rait of Dr. Koenig to the fa
culty, a memorial te the college from
The portrait, the product of Mrs.
Kmily Koenig Nitvsdie, a daughter
ef Dr. Koenig, is an excellent likeness
and is an artistic creation, comment
upon which was made by President
McXair in his iun ept'ince ,on be-half of
Mr. Mi.Nair, after touching wen the
life of Dr. Koenig, express".! the sym
pathy ot the faculty and the Ftudents
for the family of the deceased.
The memorial will adorn the walls
of the College.
JAPAN SUPPLYING ARMS
TO HUERTA: IS REPORT.
Rumored That Mexicans Obtain Am
Washington, D. , Jan. SO. Pub
lished reports that Japan was supply
ing arms to tho Hueitu government
and that President Wilson had dis
cussed that phase of the Mexican sit
uation with members ed the Senate
foreign relations committee Monday
niniit, were characterized at the white
hoiiset as "an old story revamped."
It was stated today on tho authority
of a n il at-.r who attended, that during
a general talk, those who favored rais
ing the embargo on arms expressed the
view that the lluerta government was
able to procure ammunition with ease
Kdward May, 14 years old, in S)
clays walked 317 miles from lniis-
decide whether they desire the dances vllle, Ky t St. Ixuils, Mo., nceom-
or not. The company .nil follow the panied by his father, In search of n
wishes of the Wfcjorlty, 'job.
I.'ighty-six survive rs, thirty-on... pas
sengers and fifty -live if the ,rew.
picsed tivm the sea and huddled on the
Nantucket, whi h was limping along
wlui a crumple b..w toward Norfolk
ttday. are the only ,aies who kn.,w all
of he story of how Ihe two hi.. 1,,..-
Picking their way in the f..g one hound
north and the other south, met in a
crash near the winter uualtels of Ihe
Little Time For Rescue.
Tho lo:,t comprise) twenty-four
pas.ent.ers and t wrnty-four numbers
of 'he crew, according to an ollh-ial
wireless to the old Dominion hue here..
Captain Johnson f the Monroe and all
his officers but on- were among the'
saved. The lost ol'icer was Second Kn-
gine-er date icy.
!- o. s." calls to coast stations
f.oinu ocr avauanie agency if res
cue into action, but n-ot soon enough.
While the Nantucket backed o?Y, low - ',
ered a boat and Kun swe-epii.g the
sea With a searchlight, the Monroe an 1'
hor passengers, who were pitched out
of their berths in their ninht iloth.s,
sank like a plummet. In the swirl. ng
vertex of the sinkiiu sh.p n en shouted
and women screamed. The Monroe
sank so iuickly that there was little
nine jor cue launenmg oi t.oats and it
is believed the only ores save-d were!
thf.ae picked up by the Nantu. kcl. j
Death Came Quickly.
The lost had scarcely a chance to'
realize that death was upon them bo-
fore they v.-e-re strunglmg in the se-a. j
The doomed nassc liters of fh.. M..n.... i
were fast asleep when the vessels
erasheel. nnd had only time for a shriek
if despair. Only these who were ke.t
awake' by the snorting- sinus that
wailed useless -warn inns through the
fog. knew when the v esse-Is struck.
The rest, thrown from their berths in
tho collision, had hardly time to sir. tu
rn- to me oe-CK oi Hie slliKin V ess. I
before they were plunged into the wa
ter, hi less than ton minutes after
Ihe collision the Monroe slid mid -r t Io
The eighty-six resiued en the Nan
tucket toil. iv were lifto.l from th by
water after the vessel went clown. P.oth
vessels had iuie i.-d down for the niniit
hours before the eollisii n.
capiun r.crry n-portetl that the
Xantu ket, ct.nscyei' by the ste. un
ship Hamilton, was it'cocding .-.h.wly
;'nd expected to reac h Neifalk at 1
o'chnk this afternoon.
Beit's Captains on Dridge.
Captain Perry was on the bridge of
the Nantacktl as the vessel stis-nnod
Ihroucli the fog and mist, t'apiain
Johnson kept the bridge 5. f the Moi.n.e
Thus, with a leop spreading mantle of
silence over all, the two vessels felt
their wav toward ea.-h other in the
dark. As the Nantucket sta-noted back
after the crunch of steel on steel. Per
ry swains out a searchlight ami the
dimly settling Monroe loomed through
the fow. entertain as to the fate of his
own vessel ho ordered out the life
boats. Then lost from View in the' fe.'T
they began the vn.ik of lose ue. eiuided
only by tho shrieks of the elrowning.
the boats picked up tho survivors.
When the searchligh'.'s faint glow
brought to view no more stru-nlii.n
figures, und when the shouts ot the life
boat crew brought no answering .-In uts
from the sea. tho task was given up.
Areong Those Who Perished.
With the sal. sui crowded with
drenched and suffering men and wom
en the Na.ituckct turned Its gaping
prow southward. Se.on she fell in with
the liner Hamilton, ansvverinn her cry
of distress. Cnvoyeel hy the Hamilton
It made its way slowly to Norfolk.
Mrs. V. L. Pol, on, New Jersey.
I'ir.-t hie-ute naiit L. P. Curtis, Coast
.rtiilerv , v aiervliet, .. y.
J. Kiiwani.--, 1'. S. Navy.
o. Wagne-r, 1". s. Marine corps.
Mo.- rs Lew is, Jollt if, Mario, Ver
non ai.d th- Miss,s Seville und Havi
land. ail cf tii-j Ma-aria Theatrical
ci.Tiipa n .
Mrs. D. Cihae.n, J. p. Kay and wife,
Miss Snyder. (I. Williamson, all of New
J. Hasl-.-l, ,.f ,itl.,MlU. N. Y.
o. W. Poole nnd wife, Virginia.
Mrs. Thomas II. Harrington, d.ed af
ter resent d.
W. H. Ingram, Yirgii.ia,
P. o. Davis,, P.rooklyi..
The Macaria Th- tti leal . i.mrary
opened its Ve.isi.n l ec.nl ly Ht N'.-vvjiort
News in a play of the Southern fon
ft dt racy, dramatized l.v e 'h.-.t l. v Tiiy
(Who. .citli live others of tho company,
j I' st their lives today. Hilda llavil.in.i
-.Is.. h,st. was the facing lady. Mario
J w as a joiin a . tor.
P. P.. Lyons f .rmi-rly was a sporting
. writer in New L irk.
. 'Ihe Nam, 1. k-'-t had two passengers
and a c r. .v of ;. It sailed from lJos--ton
We-.'.nesday lor Newport News.
Two yens i-i, t!.e Nantucket was
bcrne 1 slu:; jn the harbor off Lo
cust Point i.e r p.altimore.
Tells a Trrilliirt Story.
T!ie N.ut.fcltt an-i'.cd here at l:"o.
W.tli a In -ivv canc;.s coveting its
c-rumi-'.e.l I...W -i.:. a partially shifted
cargo, the Nantucket locked while sev
eral thousand w.iitol for the surviv
ors. Two dead were ,-niong the saved.
The hoii.s were Mrs. Thorn. is Har
l in-Mon. ,.f Now; Ik. Ci nn and l.ieu
hatit C i. rt Mrs. Harrington's hus
band r. t.is.il t.. have until the body
was broil-Li as In re. Mrs. Hanincton
and I'r.rils died after being taken fr..in
1 1t r- wateT.
Tl.onris Harrington, husband of the
deed woman, told a thrilling story of
the wrc'-k. Harrington and wife were
Ion- in ti a water, the man swimminn
with his wife's hair between his teeth
when the two were oh ko.l up. Mrs
1 1 : 1 1 iiii t on died of i xhaust ion-.aft.-r
she w as !;:: lilcd a'.ioar I.
Accolilinc to Seine t.f the rescued.
Ihe Nantucket ralnni'-l and raked the
Moiitoe in the fog at o'clock, today
Tin- Monroe caiooued and tiiivcd tir
tle te.l of twelve minutes after the
'miia -t. As it tinned over on lis side
some of the passengers and crow
era W led ovc-r the upper rl lo of the ves
sel and walked on this until washed off
as the steamer turned down side- )i
and then Vti:l to I he bottom.
First Less of Life.
Washington. Jan. ..i. "This is tie
t'.rst time m the history of the Old
Dominion hue that the life e.f a passcn
tiT has been lost at sea," said Presi
lent and cletic-ral Mana.cr Walker.
'The hn,. w..,., ergar.izeel in lfvilT.
Seven ste, mil is have been in opt-ra-tion
f.r sevtlal years. The Monroe
v ;s the slaunchost of the lot. The life,
savins eijuipmiit v. as saillcieiit and
was nearly double the number of soul
carried mi this trip."
The lemiih of the Monroe was 34".
fee'. -P'i he'. mi and L'N1. dl'C-p. Tho
property l..ss i. a.niillieii dollars, the
boat itself be ing wort!, half a million
and the t uno as much more.
Labor Leader Is Saved.
WashlioMon. Jan. HO. n official re
pi.ri f. '!( wid.'.it Walker of t'10 Old
Continued on ttn Pacie, 5th Colump..
Fair and warmer
tonight and Sat