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TITANIC OFFICER ADMITS SPEED OF 2lKN0T SENATE COMMITTEE HEARING CAPT. ROSTROM'S STORY OF RESCUE OF TITANIC SURVIVORS . . - ii i II 'lliiiiiiiiB gr MBflH yyil alnkJng liner. Ha dftnihori'd abomrd a capelied lifeboat and wu eventually peeked up by the Carpathla. Llghtoller aaw Jamay but once after the Impart with tho Iceberg. That ww on the boat deck when the offlrera and rrew were clearing the llfnboati . Tor lowering. He knew that Ice wan thick In the course of tho vessel and waned Plrat Officer Murdook, who took command of the veeael at 11 o'clock, Just forty-five minutes before the colUalon. Ugh toller explained that the flrat lifeboats were aent off partially filled bMMee there were not enough passengers around to fill them and It van rmpetatlve they ahould be launched quickly. He declared that the order "Wmen and children flrit" was enforced aa long as women and children wgja in eight. Ha did not aee Iimay leave the ahlp. The Titanic had been ; at from twenty-one to twenty-two knota an hour all day Sunday. Investigators trannf -nl their . tain's message to the Titanic." "The captain." replied the wltneie. "sent o munfe to tho effort that they aouli have their llfeboate ready. We had oure reedy and were steaming to the Tl tenia. We received no anewer." "Did you reoelva any communication from either the Marconi ooaet station or any other elation from any oaheer of the White PUT Liner' asked Senator Kmtth. "Wei were In communication with eome boat ell the time," aaM the wtt MM "Uu Und communication with Uie 1 tin. Some were official m socage., but what they conuined I can't recall." J- Wre they from the -Baltic or trane mttted through the Battle from a coast elation? A. I can't recall. QUESTIONED ABOUT K I DPI NO IT QUIIT. i. Uld you receive any meeaage In dicating a dtalre or suggestion that the true atate of thlnce be kept con fidential? A. At 111 o'clock A. M on ejuar'ere to-day from tty crowded East Ream of the Waldorf -Aetorla to the reere commodious Mrrtla Ronm. The awe ag the remarkable etorlee told r sot seder attra ted a considerably num ber ef gueets from the I.Jtcl to the In- Ample seating arrunge- . a repetition ot tlie un- crowdlng of the previous iifwwv, at cm inqcueiionai c .' Oaigveaaman Hughes of Wret VI WVjpe daughter, Mrs Lurlsn P. ' waa widowed on her return fro William Alden Fmith fttergVonk Nee-land-, the Invee- tlfcgtere. at the Inquisitorial table was 'trglnla. Hmlth. turn from her trip by the etnklna of the Titanic. WANTS MM) OAUQHTER TO TELL ABOUT ISM AY. Oon arses man Hughes would the part he Intended to ;: la the Investigation. It la known that he Intends to Insist Uiait his daughter shall tall what etis knows about the events uf IhatejrrtMe Inuday night In the Irs Hold " following the loes I oommu- aaa ejf what eubeeuuently occurred . niratod the fact to the Baltic. the Carpathla. Mrs. Hm.t.i told: "uw far off woe the Beltlo then? ertera on Tlmrsdsy night that J. ' A- 1 oouidn't any sy nsn enioyeu a etcuroom ; y"u reran What was eald In oa the Ceraalhla to himself with a sign t:;' "'"-asage at 10.10 Monday morning -riease inn-t disturb," I "shict a. it sal,t that wo had: tur ecene or the wrselt. ha.l picked up as many imssengere as we rould nnd cud were returning to New York. wawe many women, recently widowed, eiapt on she floor of the saloon outside. Itosmer Oov j. H. Griggs of New Jeewea repreeenting the Marconi Wire- leae Company, was also present. J. Car. I U- "Id vou .,, .anything in the mee ter Xlrlln, the attorney for the White ' 3 a'jout HeJrras? A. I believe I did. Bear Hue, eat by tho side of Mr. laroay ! lor the ccvptala wee bound for Halifax Waste) the Inquiry opened, , H'el and then changed his mind. before (senator Smith opened the 9. How yu know he changed his latpsjry an Invalid's chair was wheeled mind about Halifax? A. I asked him tag 'the room by luotel attendants. In albuut neon and he said he had .hanged t wae a pale youth with crutches by his oouree. MP cede It we. RaroM Pride, the' Q. Old ym, ,ny tlm. on Mondfc skgMaen ear-old aecund wlrslsss man send a meecsga aaylng that all lh pas Titanic, who had crushed seuger m eavod and that the Titan!.' bet, his feat In weeaning from tl.e ahlp wae being towed into Halifax A altar It aank. Bride was the man who No, sir. la law Anal moments of aguny aboard U lld any messugs reach yu on taw alnklng Titanic hod shot and killed Monday night or Tuesday from any " " wciua oencna operator icjrc inuicuting a rumor of that klncf life u cna icwreceas coop wiun a a. -e. Sir. haJfa la kla hand. IicImhc on Linen ..... rtYUttna for the nreclou. nr. , T NO "lISgAQE TITANIC tag wore. VVA AFLOAT. . . . . I r mm . ana was urtetl into a c-helr buck ol 1 w ,"u "1" n0' send rnmi the far- tha wltnees stand and both of his band- ' any rnport that tlis Passengs XI sen. pna wearing a clipper end 1 r"" "ere saveo, and thm thu other covered only by a gray sock, Ktonle, badly danagiol. was being towml were propped on another chair. w nauraa." A. No, sir. - The young men luipeurc-d to b over- v' ""v on' ask you to send such and .hirted ur,K- I., hi. maeseaii a. jso. eir. w- sen you picu up on your Instrument Hoy run natameai from any other source? Nc, sir. pathls operator, relieve you? A. Wed nesday afternoon. Q. Tou slept till dawn on Wednes day? A. Tea. STUCK TO Hit POST FOR THREE DAY'S. Q. You're positive you were In charge Sunday, Sunday night, Monday ami Monday night, Tueadsy and Tuesday night? Yea, I had atbout three hours sleep Tuesday morning before dawn. g. Tou got no relief until Mr. Bride relieved you WednesdayT A. No. Q. Whet time did he relieve you? A. Late Wednesday afternoon. W How long were you otoaent from your Instrument? A. I eras never ab sent. I say down In he room. Mr. Bride was at the Inetpumsnt when I lay down. Stenator ftmlth had dlAVutty In learn ing just how long Bride was at the Instrument. Q. Wer you at the Instrument when a message, from the Cheater was re ceived? A. Yes. I took It. Q. You didn't have authority to deslff nate Mr. Hrlde for service? A. No. his services were voluntary. U What was his physical condition? A. He couldn't walk or stand. Q. What wea hie mental condition, was he lucid? A, lie seemed to be all right. He sent a message to the Ches ter. He sent another, but I can's recol lect It SAYS BRIDE DIDN'T SEND THE MESSAGE. W. If he sent a message cuch ae I have Indicated about' the Titanic being towed to Halifax you would have known ;t would you not? A. Tea. Ho didn't send such u message. g. How long was Bride at the Instru ment? A. He took a watch occasionally. g. Hid you stand watch alone all the At II. 56 o'clock another meeaage came from the Titanic. Cottam eald this read: "Come at SBSfi the water la asaklag act fat aa the boiler room." "I repeated the meeaage to ''apt. ltoe trom," CoMam eald, "and tho Carpathik wheeled and want at a fifteen-knot gait toward the Titanic. Boatrom ordered boats ready. INJURED OPERATOR OF THE TITANIC TAKES THE STAND. After saying he had triad to get Into further touch with the Olympic and failed. Cot torn waa excused. Than Bride was lifted to the table and held his right hand up to be sworn The youth took the oath with a clear enunciation. There was a cockney blur In hla speech. Bride salg that his home waa In munlcatton r London. Ha had been a wiraleee op erator since last July, crossing to America three times and going to Brc ill once. He learned the business at a training collage In London, where he apent elx raontho. Aa second operator on tho Titanic he got 120 a month and board. Hla chief waa Phillips, who waa about twenty-four years old. Aa aaalstant operator he kept a watch every alz hours. There was always soms one at the instrument. Brlds told of the test of the wireless apparatus of the Titanic made during 20 and 10 minutes thereafter, or at ubo't. 5 o'clock on Sunday afternoon, he did respond and got the '.ce roport. g. Had you any other wireless In formation about bergs? A. No, sir. g. This Information from the 'all f ! oi l was your first Information about Icebergs? A. Yes. WHEN WORD ABOUT BERGS WAS RECEIVED. Q. And that waa between 4 .30 aad S o'eloakf A. Tea, t knew the toe report to me would he the seme aa to' the Baltlo, ao eoaArmsd tbe re ceipt of the report with the code word "B. D." The meeaage statsd the Oallfbrnla had paaaad very eloee to three large looharga and reported their latitude and longitude. Bride said that he communicated the meecsage to the officer of the watch who waa First Officer Murdock. Q. Did you receive any other cam- rdtrsg 1cc"berga from any $35,000 PLUNDER FOUND AS THREE IE IN Ali NABBED Mystery of Long Series Brooklyn Burglaries Is Solved by Detectives. of M other ship that afternoon? A. No. Q. Did Mr. Phtmpa receive a message from the Auierlka? A. No. to my knowledge. g. The only Iceberg message you re ceived was from the California? Y. Yes. g. Who was on duty at the wireless station from 0 o'clock Sunday evening until the collision? A. I was on duty a holf hour while Phillips got his dinner. After 11. at I went to bed In the room back of the apparatus. There was a j door between the apparatus room and tne ueilroom. Plunder worth HK.ooft, consisting main ly of Jewelry, was displayed In llrooklyn I'ollce Headquarters to-day while scor-a of persons filed past Identifying prop erty stolen from their ho.nes In the past month FANS' VOTES WON'T BE COUNTED TILL EARLYNEXT WEEK Total of Entire Brooklyir Series Will Guide Early Game Subject. Karl.v next week tkaJetMll fans w II know at what hour K.imes at the Poto cViyiiHl. will .iltirt the present eenco;i. The patrons now attending games arc votlnK on the question, but until the poll Is complete thej inannuement of the The arrest of three men by Detective, i lan, wl" not !vc m" ,m r,""U TBBTLY SAYS HE IS NOT A HERO. t don't know what I'll be asked to test," ha aald. "but I surely will t. II 4)1 I cam to help your Henators. But don't ergste any hero buelncs ate.ut no sBHh a wry amlle -"I am not In tiie hero $." ride looked as if ho would like to hid aosgaos with his sallow when photo -iu gAgga Inalaled on taking anavs at short rllllmo Marconi cams In quietly be- the session opened and took his hp tht side of IV A. 8. Krcnkl.n. Vies president of the Inlcrnatl mal atlle Marina Company. Mrs. Hen- I Ouggenlieliu atcd her brother. Ij- gtellgtncn, were also present. WMMILEBS OPERATOR FIRST WITNESS OF THE DAY. T. Cottau, tl i- ulrslet- opera- Ma? aw tbe Carpathla. wss the lint alt- time except this short time whan you slept from Monday evening until your arrival In New York? A. Yes. g. And had the responsibility for the wlreleee on the Carpathla? A. Yes. g. Did any one talk to you on the bout or In New York with reference to messages received? A. I had heard there was u rumor that a measaga had been eent ceylng that the Titanic wae being towed Into Halifax. J. Who told you this? A. I ddh't know. 1 didn't take notice of the man who oeked me It was not Mr. Ismay. g. How eoon after you reached the dock were you asked about It? A. Soon after I reached the dock I waa asked If I sent the message anhore aaylng the Titanic waa being towed Into Halifax. I ald 1 had not. l'erliaps the man who asked mo huh u reporter. NO REGULAR HOURS FOR WIRE LESS OPERATORS. The Wltneco aaid the wireless on the C.cri.utlila was of the old fashioned type. He thought he could communicate atwut two hundred and fifty milna with It. He could meet all the inguiatlons with the apparutus he had CottuJii sulci he hud heen an Operator (off three yeara and that hla wanes were four pounds teg "hillings a month with board. Hen- ctor EwMh asked whether regular office g. Voii sent BUI no communication I h'urs were described for wlrelees ooer- Itiat wae Indefinite enough to have been eturs. Cottam eeJd there was no euc-h . . ... . ula, .j,. , .o not. Q It wouM have been false, would It not' A. Yes. "If the White Star tlae east the follow lag telegram Acted Monday, April 19. 'J. A. Hughes, uatlngtoa, W. Ys Tltaale l'ror.ssdlng Sail fax, paseongere will land there Weaaeadar all aafe. White Star Una.' If that sa socage waa aent did you give any laforaaUoa that would warrant It?" "Mo," replied the witness. "g. Nor in your knowledge from any as, nay operator on the Curpsthia. A. No sir. y. Weri you on duly Monday ell day? : t'lvs hour af your duty. A. I dnn'i re- , meinbtr. I never was off duty all Monday. pou dctsilsd poap i day awaltb, 'Hi work ti,.,t you did on day? Onrpathla up to me time of the lait sleep lecelved from tne Tltsnlc To dawn y. i you were ut the Instrument a'l ' was regulation un, added thai lis waa re sponsible for whatever nrtrht happen If !;., were away from the key. y. When you caught the Titanic mee ags, H was accidentally? A. Ves. g. You had the telephone receiver on your ear when you were dlerobtng and getting Into bed? A. Yes; I was wait ing for a reply from t ,e Parisian. Q- And if you had received that reply yon would have gone to had aad xclaeed aap other poealble auee- scgeaT A. Tee; that ia ao. Q. So pou oaught the Tltaala'a c oi .aiunloatton while you were pre paring to go to bed? A. Tea; ave mtuutss after I telegraphed the Psrlslsn. Henutnr Hmlth wanted to know If there wae uuylhlnc- In tho wireless board to warn or signal that a message gffn Tl lining when the re. c. vers were. cIU -n- Monday all of .Monday and Tuesday all off hl head. He eald there waa none A Yes, I cut I cno or three hours y. What was the exact tneasaire from on weunesciav inclining tieroi e t he Tllanlc? A. old man." .he trial trips of the new steamship. The apparatus waa thoroughly up to date and was the loot word of the Marconi people. It would carry from Glasgow to Tort Bald. y. Hid you usu the wireless frequently after leaving Southampton? A. Yes, with coat: stations and ships at sea. From Southampton to Cape Kaoe we transmitted 2&n telegra,mc. That was up to the time of the collision. y Was the weather favorable? A. Yes. y. Hid you aee Mr. Ismay on the Ti tanic after leaving Southampton or send messages from him? A. We had too many messages to remember them all. DID NOT SEE ISMAY AFTER COLLISION. g. Hid he come to the wlrelees office during the time after the collision'.' A. Not to my knoe'letlge. y. Did he send uny word to you be tween Southampton and time of the col lision? A. No. Senator Smith wanted to know If Ismay eent or received any messages while Operator Phillips woe ut the key, whother lsinay had boen to the wlrelees cabin after the collision. The wltnees could not recsll euch u clrumstane. Then Menator rtmlth wanted to know If the captain of thu Titanic had re ceived any messages on Sunday pre ceding the disaster regarding the epeed of the chili or Its course. Hrlde was cure that no such messagec were re ceived on SuadaPi No other officer of the ship, au far as he knew, re ceived Kuril a mecsage. Nor did Phil llpc even say to him that such a mes sage had bsen received. 'Conuiiuii.eutlon was establlched with tho Baltic on sun. lay afternoon," the witness then continued, "and complt- Mimi er pacseu Between the cap tains." "Were you on duty," Senator Smith acsked, "when a wlrelees regarding the lue conditions wuc received from the Amerlka'.- "No, but I knew there woe euch a mesaage received that afternoon. 1 re ceived from a ahlp whose code name waa W. U U.-cI think It woe the Colt. fornla-a message aaylng that there waa too ahead " Mr. Kammls, engineer of the American MarconJ Company, told the conunlltuu the "U W I." referred to waa the offi cial code signal of the Leyland line ship California. "What did that mesKcga say?" Sen ator smith resumed. "The California had called me with en ice report that Is, it was the Baltlo she called, but I hoard It and took It Bride did not know whether It was the collision or not that had awakened him. "I felt u shock," he said, "but did not know anything serious had hap pened. I still remained In bed. About fifteen nvlnutea later I got up and talked to Phillips. He aald that he was trying to get off some naagagaa to Cape Kaee. Phillips was Just going to bed this was ahout 12 o'clock when tho captain came In and said that there had bten an accident and told Phillips to send out a algnal. 'Shall I stud a distress signal?' Phillips asked. Tho captain aald: 'Yes; at once.' " g. Then the distress call was sent out? A. Yes. Ol ST RE S3 CALL THAT THE TITANIC SENT. Q. What waa It A. s. w. a. T. Tula la the dlateeaa call. X coma near puuipa aaad rt out Immediately after ae waa ordered to do ao. I eould not hear what answer he got. Mr. Marconi, who cat near his wire! Connors, .fliea. Byrnes and Carberry In the Jeaclry store of Henry J. Shutle, No. -VJ Atlantic avenue, lest night cleared up the mystery of a long series of daylight burglaries. Arltatlon regarding the time to start games began long before the cgggfill opened. Just now gumes are stnited at ! a..! o'clock, but when the days grow I longer and warmer the hour Is 4. Wall WHY LOSE e'-hutte's store, where the collected 1 ,,,,' to be ! the mainstay of the gam. . loot of fifty hie:ikii was hidden, waa un- want! the games to start at 4, as her. -sinejiiicted until yesterday afternoon, tofore, as that gives the brokers and when detectives saw two aS-OOnvklta, 1 bankers ample time to reach the Polo Kdwurd Deign and (ieoree Melville, r""n"" ,in,r ,ri" m:,rK,'t closes. The llici ooiicii. cue rniwii coitc .iuc 10 tieorpe sneak in and efhlrpcf to the proprietor. The detectives arrested these two men and Shutte. w.io was arm. .l with two l.eavy calibre loaded revolvers. Oolan and Melville Had ll.juu in jewelry In their pi s. A quick search of the store un covered heups of Jewelry and bric-a-brac valued at f ' 5 too. Capt. OOUghlln of the Brooklyn De tective Bureau. In whose ottlc-e the Identification of stolen good took place tu-day, also hud the three prisoners placed on exhibition to see If any of those whose homec had been rcjclibod could Identify them. Several did, par ticularly one woman who made Hol m admit climbing on a hat box to reach a hidden Jewel case. The three prisoners were arraigned before Magistra:e McJlulre in the dates Avenue Court to-duy. Itolnu, who aalj his right name wae Buddy, and Mel ville, were charged with carrying con cealed weapons and burglary In two counts. They waived examination and were held. Two well dressed women. CUT1CIM SOAP SHAMPOOS eet home before dinner Is cold. Is etmug I for s 3 or g .1.30 game throughout the sia-on. The s4.e of this faction Is largo, I ! lTZZ' And occasional light dressings c ontrol the vote. 1 of Cuticura Ointment will pre- John T. Brush, owner of the Hiatus, is . , i n I e ,,. utrat. having Se veral times expressed VCnt It When all ClSe tails, the desire that the decision lie left to Ocllcata Cess aai Olatoect sols Hirscahncs the the fans attending the opening game. Liberal saeeje of seek Belief frse. eltfc Accordingly, the voting system !LZtXy& vised, and upon this wholly, according ,,Hu..cecHtci1. i.ust.i ...mpi. fees, to the !lants' incnugenMnt. the decision rr ' WiU be made. i BIG GUNS KILL 2,000 WOMEN AND CHILDREN DURING CHINESE REVOLT. LONPON. April 20. -The Central News c:orrespundent, at ' Calcutta coJUae that Chinese troops killed -'. women and; children, mowing them down WHM 1 .Mixlni guns in f"eiiing an uprieing uc l.hnssa. operator, tihen explained the origin of!wno refu,ed to give their names, were the eg It "Mr. Phillips told me within four minutes," snld the witness, "to go to the captain and report that he had heard from the Frankfort. I found ttho cap tain on the boat deck, not on the bridge, and told him. Caps.. Smith asked me to gel the latitude and long itude of the Frankfort. I told Mr. Phlllrpc to get It." g What wee the next meccaxe? A. The Carpathla'e reply to our C Q D. She told uc che had reversed her course and wac steaming full speed for the Titanic. Hrlde eald he took tho measaije to Copt. Smith in the wheel houae. Capt. Smith came to the wireless coop and Interrupted Operator PhlMIpe Just as he was hearing from the Olympic. Then Capt. Smith worked out the distance between the Carpathla and Titanic. "Then there were no messages," Bride continued. "I relieved, Mr. Phillips and he went outside." g. Did you receive any other meeaage except the acknowledgement of your CQD cael from the Frankfort? A. No. except the Frankfort told uc to "Stand by," which meant, "Walt, I'm coming bank again." waiting the result of the arraignment After Melville entered his plea, one of than threw up her hands and dropped fainting to the floor. She was revived outside. The Jewelry store owner, Shulte, was charged with receiving stolen goods and held without ball fur examination. The followltii,- pe neons recovered most of their stolen property; Walter P. Nichols, No. 201 Garfield place, robbed Airtl 16 of 1500; recovered t3no worth of Jewelry. William P. Oondle, No. 1 Sttryveeant avenue, robbed April 17 of f'OO; recov ered giOO. James t MoOllt. No. 850 Baetern Park- cmy, roled April 11 of Jewelry valued at $1,000; recovered 100. Mrs. M. Illommkliou, No. ikV) New York avenue, rolrtied April It of liOJ Jowelry; recovered lliuo. Thomas Btephencon, No. W0 Kastern Parkway, robbod April 12 of 6eu Jewelry; recovered oil. I Bavaria P. Sprang. No. Iff ftarllKld place, roboed Airtl IV of reoov ered 4. IMstrlnt-Attorney Arthur ft, Polwell, So. 306 Decatur street, rmbbed of BJH yes terday morning; rcssovered 1400. aumave Lotigeh. rfp, MM PielSe stre. t, rotibed April 16 of MOO; recovered $50). .SBfjSJgav sl sal Ir wL HpLw ' 7 arJaraWw ' BS " f gcpEnaw t ESnam. BaV ' I eee MITlntLL Tilt TAILOR FROM BOSTON RELIGIOUt NOTICES. Till. Ubiia'UitH I'AUK CU.VcJUa4iaTlUMAU uit m ir. B. 20ik t. it,-., Ajvirt VaaV I)" Mlauler. m a In kt sIitoi' Sltd elcM. ' ' ' U " '-r- cge you replied by direct captain. 1'lease state the Vou were exhausted" A. Ve. did Mr Bride, the loM J. c ap-1 . Wi.it.. down. 1 took it to the captain, hut It C g 1 -Come at once. 1 wasn't official." I Mi to,' said ue did not anewer the Call- furnla's flret call because he woe mak ing up an account at she table Between DIED. JAWJ1JC--At.nl IS. 1B11. RCMINA JAKUI.K. beluve.i wlfs of Joseph Jaegle acect 41! veure. Helstlves and rrlsnds Invited to attend the funeral un Hundsy. 21st Inst., at l.tO P. M Intsrnicint In Woodlawn Cemetery. Ilesldsnce. No. 1381 Ileaoh eve.. West. ehjgjer. N. T. , W What did the "Old Man" mjin? A OU, 1 guess st wae Just vompUmeatarir. Owing to the death of Mr and Mrs. Isldor Strau this store will be closed to-day, Saturday HERALD SQUARE, . . Broadees. Mlh In llftth St. NKW YOBK. SUNDAY WORLD WANTS WORK MONDAY WONDERS V ,TttK-- Tale Figures Tefl c tl I 31,583 WORLD ADS. LAST WEEK 12,323 MORE THAN THE HERALD I An Impressive Story ol World Advertising Results ""we Advertise in To-Morrow's SUNDA Y WORLD AW last nr found article, ast ern Led In The Wei Id win k. listed at The W arid', lnforaaa. Ilea llureau. fulliier HeUeUaw Arr.de, l-ark Kwi WoruTe t plewn (Mflee, eorthweet ear. WcrleVt Harlem Ofnet" West lanib Hi., aad Wet R Ht'"gw!lt-LWiK fnlln.laa the Uriel lea ef I rt e ' ' BB V '. K. HseStt lie wa