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ID ttWBS FACE COURT
Witnesses Identify fti-soner as
Man Who Shot Stern.
BROTHERS LOOK MUCH ALIKE
Mother nnd Sister Hear Dcfcnrr
Try to Freak Down
Martin t. Qarve* is -r-ung
n?n With the ?harp black ?v?f. ' il? Is
,n iii^i h*fr.-e jusl ce Mareua in the iv
.,. . , <-.;?? #,., tn? inu'dcr of Adolph
lern, the Fix! "
lh ii rnn-?i?ieri rtervoua*
, -, arheti two ayewltneaaea la
?rent from th? altaoaa '??mr and
hand? on ?s tha ?nun v. ho
? r ootlng JUSl beViind
? ri | .?. -rearing deep moornlng
? if, . at tha el m of Iba
?fteraooo -rvei a si ? op snd
? mi. h?d bei ao? on tha ?ft? Garvej
?m ? aeabii inoth?**
i tciirj vi?i Air. Garros ??w?-? t w the
thick roll to receive hot aaa i aalute
V-'han court ?-?vivened In the in-rnin ?
reoag man elesaly resemhiin* Garvey was
Sitting t" th? prisoner'?? chat'- b?r.id" the
prises* guard, wbfla Oarvey himself ?at
r>?.rTve?.n th? ?tranicer and the lone l'n?v
e' di?tl?ig'i??*i??i1 counsel f.ir the del
1 h? ?tranjfer had prominent b'ar-k ? ??-.
? prominent ?nul Un* no?*, thin Up.?, ?harp
?bin and black hair like Garve] Mo ?"n*
riresaed th?? ?ame, too, even to his necktie,
-ntrh -??ea of the ?ame abada of Invalider.
If anything, however, th? ?tranger ua?
Slightly t*ller and more angular
TTenry Peterson, of No M Baal t*_tt"
e'reet, one of tha evewitneeee?. was on
th* atand. H* ?aid h* wa? standing at the
northeast corner of Sixth avenue and 14th
?treet. WheSJ he heard th* crash of gtsM
end aaw a man In the full light of the
.laroby ?tore window rea? h in and take out
?.nmetbJng from between the. iron bars. 11*
moved arrosa th* ?-treot, and ns lie ap?
proached the spot he ?aw |he man band
Bsm_U___ to another man and back away.
Then ho ?aw him ?hoot a man who came
running out of the ?tore.
"IS th* man who did th* ahootlng in the
courtroom?" asked Mr. No'!, Iba Assistant
"Yea, ?'r. Than be Is," said Teterson
pointing in Garvey | dire.-ilmi.
You Bean the mau slttinif next to the
prison guard?" aske?i |**r_n<*!a I_ Well man.
Chief Counsel for the defence.
? ;o down and plaoa your land on the
? pan said did the ahootlng " rommand
ad Mr. Nott.
PatStrasoi want ?tralght to th" second man
ifm the prtaos guard, and touched his
"Thla la the one." ha ?aid Gai e^
. his lipa, stirred uneasily in bis chair
*-nd ahol ?in m- e tn tha ?direction
- . oouaaeL a aUgbt pallar for tbe first
ni- e n. i't into hla faca,
Michael McKeOWn, Who works in a 14th
artment store, al=o ldcntifle,l Mai
t n W Oarve* as IBS man Who ?ltd Die
. may II ?p-rar In the recor?l a 0
i . ma i la sitting where tl * deft
had Mr. Nott, with a ahow
ti ll ' - ? - I ?our
?e;, at t,rB? cjar-e for ?he
remained ?Itttng hes,,jA the
I until er? ? ? one of
= tr? the erlme ccnfus?vl him
M - : ? ' - ? t|?,n ,,f
? ?ii tbe
? _>Klnne* rnrrohoi
ef Pet? rsr,n Htl'l
IcKcown, i? at tin -?n In *
I ?tore, both of whom tal'i thi
picture lo ths niru?
Oallep a v.c?c>k h?-forr ?etdber '? ^nr'1 '??
raj aaa arrested Qsrvejr He-Klansy sal?
denied connection with ,;??" *rhol?l aff*
l? ti. ti hf a ? arr? ated
%*/< i,- McKtnuej ht ?? tk*
me, 'i i.. . m i <i..n<- anything,' " Isstllle
H? Kinn? ? "Then i lold him if hs h?
don? ? had nothing to ,r"' !"",i
le-'M him If ha would 1*11 m? ??I?st* he w?
oti.ihe- nigh'i of ?h? ; hootina i woafd ds ??
i csuld to help him ?ul ?1 Ms trouble
Mlrl hjn, th- irirder was the tali ?f It
? std* where iio Hrsd, ??"1 thai M ?w
I v.. OM ( nid dii an i?<? eeuM ta rrA'
! ?n allhl "
niin? ltd im say?" ssfcsd Mr Not!
Ha ?did ?ha? ?ass tas lrin?T ?so ts d
ata? ilk? that i toid Mm to Irr, ta]
but h" k"p? paying b? CSttMn'l W
n .m',..| i\hf? ha ' it, sad thst M wouidn
amoanl ta an-thins. ssytrsT." rsphsd M<
it It probable Qarvwj ? e-n'ip?<?i win r1
?. im as th" atsnd before ths trial *nd:
Th'i? fur |h<? defanOS h?* tri?d to br?3
d?w?i (fia M?!.ti?Va?I^P ?TtdWJceS" ?PIS
du? "d by th? DOOplt
T? hv ?h^wn ?hat ?om? ?I th? ?SltnSSSC
--v n?v ?paper ph? lire ? of l>rve\ h"for
ibsT ld?attflsd Mn in ?b? Toshht ?f'"r bi
arr??? Ore. of the ?r?OltS)?SS?S, JOh
O'FlshsrtTc stxtj " "?tie old, t"*Mfi"d ?in
ihe man who did ?h* sho^tlns wove
?mns?s-be? OSTTST Is M prcSSWt sSdOOi
MESSAGE ON WOOL T0-DA1
I Report That President. Will Rec
ommend Downward Revision.
Was blast on r?"" it.- Afw s snooting s
I th* **sbln"t to-day, st w i|rh Frc?Bid??n
?'-.fe? ?Massas on th?? wool and woollen
Bcchsdula of the ravno Isriff law ns? final!'
Uli??!. It ?ral reported Uiat th? r*r"?ld"n
had d?vld"d to r<"ooinm?nd ? revision down
wsre] It was ess Id that h?- would not r*c
omm*nd an?' ?peeifle- rat"* of dntv, hu
would Indent? that the present rat"s ?houle
be? Tnatprially lowered.
T " message will probably jro to (""?ncres
CORONER PROBES SUICIDE
Sister Finds Manufacturer Dy
ing from Gunshot Wound.
Nathan V. Strauss, of the? Arm of Kauf
msa Broth"ra ? Bondv, manufacturera ?I
i smokers' articles, at No. 19 O rand street
I stui?). the nvi^zlo c.f Ms rsvolrsr betwoer
j his tSOth as he lay in I?'?! yesterday morti
i In?; and pultrd the-- trrn^r. No on?? in th?
! St. Hubert, an spartmenl hotel, at No. 131
? Wast ."Till street, where hs lived, hoard the
shot Miss Henrietta Strauss, his sister,
entered his room at 7:4.'. to take, him hhl
OQ?et and f?nin<l him lying unconscious.
his lips flecked With blood.
? ! Dr, Jsseph Kranke!, of So
M F.ast TTcth s?tr??et. who had hoen treat?
' lag h?-r brothsr for four yrara for neuras?
thenia lo como at onc-o. Dr. l'r.inke-1 f,,wnel
) ts patic-nt still breathing faintly, bal Mr.
Strsuaa died before lie- had been there
i half ?en bow Bo th?- doctor railed up the
? oroaei ?' ofBoi
I ?"?wing t? ^hat <'oioti"r ?T?lnberg calli a
Imlsunderstsadlng of th" message, tha Cor?
; one-r an.| I?r. l."han". bla phyisirlaii, did
! noi arrive- at the St Htthsti Until th"
middls of the afternoon. Coroner i->lnbfrg
was nndvr tho llHBfeSSlua that I'r. I'iank<-1
had rsstarted the death to bla ei"rk an
one cans*d i?y cerebral heaaorrhsga The
told tit" physician to prooord. thsre
?.. issue the death certificate, Bui
: the undertaker, when ha arrived, de? IcdsMl
itlM t? ! I ? ' I'?' I 'i? r ah.nit it
,? a ai In rcj poi a? lo hi mea
nage ihn? I'oroner Fetnberg ma.le. a pt
? m.nal investigation.
Th" Coroner found the revolver ?md"r
the i?"d <e.\.-rs between tue man? leas, ?>e
'said. The ?>niy axternel ?vident? tnet a
jiUtfj she.? hHei c-a'ise-I death was a sil*>>t
Q OVcr ?he aUlclde*S '"ft eye. ? -heiiv
rourse of the bullet upward into
the brain I'oronw P*elnherg thought It
hlshl) poaslble lhal In the mcltcaii
f . had beei mistaken Ha
? 1 the l.urlal pprmit. in a'iv ewi.t
Mi Blrausa had lived a'.e.p" wi'h ins
>..?. Worrj over ill heattb and not finan?
iroubl n.-is ascribed ;< Ihi rauw of
The Modern Santa Claus
From Fony Rider And Stage Coach to (ine l?undred Thousand
*1\files of Railroad and Steamer Lines
?Much ol the ;<~v and pleasure of Christmas depends upoi !pr r^*",rn' 'in^
eonseientiou expi employe what he does and host/ lie dor- it. Kor thai re,? on
thi?; circular i? sent t., remind you of a fev simple rules, the observance r,f which
fhn;jl?i ensure cift< entrn-ted to Wells Fargo ?V Company reaching their destination
?n pond order and due season and ihat no one, through any fault ol yours, shall he
deprived of the Christmas cheer attending the receipl of remembrances from friends
Be^r ?n mmd triat i hri?;imas shipprrs are not as familial with many details that
istist the experienced shipper in having his shipments reach their destination in 'He
?liest of condition, but thai many ol the packages offered during the ivlida^ eason ar?
not properly wrapped, tied nr packed to stand transrjortatiou. Employes when re
teiptmg f^r packages should explain ir? th< shipper, courteously, whai is necessary
and whenevei possible help him to pul ihe shipmenl in proper condition. Have plenty
cf ?wrapping paper, address labels, tags and twine on hand, for emergencies of
this kind, ordering a ?ufTicirtii supply in good tune from the Supply Departmeni
Whenever a package, after being received, i-. Found to be improperly wrapped or marked,
it *>hould be at on? e re wrapped or *r marked, care being taken to prcscrvi intacl th?*
?\sk shippers to declare the valu? "i every parkte and, if declared, enter it "ii
the receipt: if not declared, "-tamp the re? eipt "\ --?hie asked and not given
Inquire if package? contain gla1? oi other fra^ili articles and affix glass label to
parkp^e?; containing such articles. Sei thai all packages of jewelry oi valuables aie
properly sealed, and forwarded on money waybills.
i thai the full address of consigne? including "*rr and number is plain
|v marked on each package and that the name and address of the snippet is entered
???n ? 'ill Obliterate all old mar'-. Tag! should never be u-.ed when ihe pack*
? elf ?an be marked with ihe addr?
Place prepaid labels on all prepaid shipments. Th? collection ol chargi
??n enl discredits the ( ompanj and it- employes, is antiovmg t<? our
iv time, and is especial!) vexatious when gifts arc concerned
Giv? ?' consideration to -? ing that correct charges are assessed. Over oi
constitute errors and are an annoyance to its patron-.
Handle packages as carefull} as ii the contents were known tobe fragile, a
be breakable. You would not appreciate a broken <? hristmas present! Nevei lift
;? pa? kagc by the string.
Ml - less tli.tn four inches square, except those containing printed matter,
should i" on mone) waybills and loaded in packing trunks or safes.
. without waybill, goods which .ire destined to anothei oflfi r
m ,! substitute waybill to destination,
promptly all goods over without ;* in bad ordci When goodi ? ri
m bad order 01 there is evidence of shortage in contents of a package, make a com
and ?1" \\h.n you can to protect them from injury.
1; the consignee cannot be found at the address given, and all reasonable effort
unsuccessful, notify the Agent at hipping point immediately.
Treat every parcel as though it were intended for you or yours.
;?' ling may be your work during the "Chri tma Rush?" oi what
trying circumstance1! may arise, alwaj extend to our patrons, even though in some in?
>ianct- you may feel they aie somewhat exacting, unfailing courtesy and good will.
! o? ?-fill reciprocat? this in theii estimation of you and iheir increased patronage to
the Lompany. From Circular o/ fnttructi?n i<> Employee concerning Holiday r\tcka*
Wells Fargo & Company Express
CARRIERS IO ALL PARIS OK THE WORLD
AAofjr ?Juki? ?nd 1 taveler? Lheik?
[frem Tha Trustai
I'NDKRWOOD in THE UBATJ r
\\ Underwood ir m ?he load for the T?
rra?ic nomination, if ?h' Democrstk v
nostlrstors in Washington sre to b"
lloved They declsre that riovemor
nie->n. Oovernoi Wilson and Speaker ?
are? bein?: >=iowiv b?n ?s/oetually bachot
, til? map bv ?h? enter fsfilag chair ma
I th? Ways ?od Means <'on?inlt?e?. wh
? winning the oopfldenee of the bUStUS?!
i ??rests in Meet Yark and ??III be th" "h
; ft ?h" eoavoattoa if thejtouthern d"i*g
?~sn onh- r'd themselves of th" OSSSS
! tha? a BoothTS man ?-anreot be el"
I Pre?id"n? I? is pointed out b- Ilk? E
| ern Tiemoe-ra??-. "isperisllv thOSS fmin ?
? Vork. that WotadroSf Wilson has a?n?
far in hi? effort- ?o'ssrnr* th? tlUSgOJ
Mr Bryan and his fsrtlon of th.? party i
h" ha? forfeited the <-r>nnd"r.'"* ?f ?hr b
news m?'U. to whom, now^thst Vx**W
Taft ha" pursued ?o v1coro>n a course
biK enforcement of th* sot? trust law,
T?er,ioets?s ran mo?? rertstnrj look for s
por?, rjoversor Hsrroon is ies49rlbtsd a?
inunc the full ooi)fld?n'" of t\\* burin
Interest? p.;? a<- betnsr unavailable boca
aj ?ii<- orprettion of tlM BiTgattM !?
admitted that were ?he C,ey\ ?rner of r>
to pe nominated h" WOUM suffer* *h? ?a
fa??- a?, did .tuda" l*Srker, through the ?
*ff.--<ftnn r.f the Brvantteg Speaker Cfa
bar- alienated support through his rerkl
dlSCUSStOS of Canadian reciprocity, ?
moreover, it in questionable if h" ean
eure an undivided dSlSgStlen from bis o
state becau*.'. of the ambitions of ct-i?i
ernoi Folk and ?be- lovaitv of many M
f-oiirtans to the form?r Governor. At
"anyway," say S'iin? even of Mr ?'lar
BMsSl loyal f I lends, "t'hamp does not ni"?
ut-" ur? to the job" Th? prediction tl
Mr l nd?rwor?d will b? the nominee Is i
eonflned to anv fa'tlon. but is mad"
many who personally favor some Otll
randidate. including a number of Harm
VOTES AT ANY ?PRICK -The reek!"
ne ir nninat ion of lit? r?omo?Tatic iti'tiibr
of the House ?o make votes In their I
spettive dtStliela, regardless of th?- effs
or. the rniied states Treasury, was r
sealed to-day by the Innoosat looking res
l?:tion introduced b> rtdproSOatStlVS Sli"
phrd. of Texa.?. chairman of the I'omml
tec- on Publie Bulldinsra and Grounds, whic
authorizes that committee to make "dire
rppioprlati'iis." Interpreted, this resol'
tion means that, if It is adopted, there w:
be do iiStrsallj of going to lbs rogult
Committee on Approprlstlons for the fun?
Iwith which to defray tha cost of put.i
I buildings authorised In th? proposed "por
i h,-,i roi." Tha resolution la, of ?cuise, th
Outgrowth Of fli?- Opposition of Represent?
tirs ntsgerald to a publie buildings hill *
'this session. It will he rce-allee] that 111
Fltsgersid rooeatly declared that it wa
itlni" to call a halt, and that the Idea C
I appropriating from jJS.tm?*) to ?smuji
i for public btlUdlaga St the .-?tine session a
?which the House had ?Oted to Increase th
pension budget by |&?MIMII wa* indefensl
j hie. it i* too early to determine the fate o
the Bheppard resolution, but if it is adopte?
?n win hr pi a? He ally Impossible to proven
the adoption of the "'pork barrel" by the
?House, and If it Rets through the lown
body the chances ?re that 1t will be pass"'
; by thei Senate with some eliminations ap^!
I some addltlOOl The obvious and almost
! se-'.mitteel p'irpo?e of th" Pemnorats is Hist
to make political eredlt with their eon
Istlments. stiel secondly, to injure ih* Prsst
? d"nt by terrine] him to ?ato th? mossuri
if he feels it his duty to do so, and Uiey
1?re MUntJag on the Indifference of the Ren
' eral public to the fat? of th" Treasury to
Icontinua r?"mocratt1c extravagance se lona;
as each vot"r"a di^rlrt is abundantly pro
ABDITfONAT.? IUBClDUBgBl?lafBB Bsv
tii"i> In llae with the gestera! recklessness
of I he 1 lemor-rats Is the proposition of Rep
resenfntlve John 1* Raker, ??f ?""allfnrnfa
w h? has proposed a fine and exp"nsi\?
junket for the Public Lends Committee, of
which he li ? membei Mr nak'r Intro
I 'lucer) 3 resolution t'?-?!?' pro? idin? 't'*1' t'"
"nninitt?? ?h?u jaros-Uiate the paMI? Isnd*
| of |*i*> rountri ?n'? >*t# a?ltiiinlrtrr*t'**?? Of til?
1 I'Ublic land law?, "i wbldi and I? ?hall **x*
authority to ?it wtx-roror II ma* ?*** ''? '"
Ihotd I'ubii, heartaga. ii? say pari of ,n'N
i country. |o niinmi-, P jitf-??-??? An1) BO ""*
These fatntttar wUH sueh Jtariwta <?*
IM** nil in? eftlg-^tien T\e,,|,| pin-? ft?
< .?? .. ?,if---;-i> ?.! th? nirH iii'Viit'i1 n.
i which i? bos roettnf the government ne*"'y
j I.'.?1"" a month, fl-.-e-rriina ?c, ?he vrr" ? ri
j .iti^n? Conitmlttee. wldel* haa |_at **}r"i f**r
i anether f in ooo u, defray it? aspen saa
i Tb??*' Ine] pfe ?n expart accountant at **" I
! ?im and nt)-*r delectable pi?c?? of patron
1 ire trMel- -ir? ?sanity teal?otnod, f?n'1
t?h|ch. If th.? Republican? w?r? Ifl centrel
lof ?he House, would h? iltsriTaad h- thelr
pemeerafle PI_?hren * ? "?poll? " Of -ah?,?,
?h -ifoee??? ?r* a'*o said, ?? ?r* Harks,
?teiHiaraphera ?n'i other? needed te rt ? ? I
the interminable rre*eedt?i?r? rtf ,h. M?nle"
A .irr?l?'l AT, 1 'M M RM AN Apropo? ?f
th? ?leetlon of i ?r???ln H?rrv N'***" U
' phalrman <->f ?h? corn ??il i? ?m on ?r*-a:i#r?
j ri?n??> of the Republican Nattenal ?on ven
: tion. .,n lnter?f-tlna In-ldent of ?he ?am
! pai_n of four -ear?; ago I.-, reCS?M The
question of Mr. Notara avaflaMllty was be
i mj considered, ?n'i Pr?sident Rnes?\?it
, ?lent fer him to ?Fc?rt?ln for MtMatf lu??
! where UM T-foopier politician'? ?vrnp??hl?-?
I were Mr New tole* the PT??1?1ent ven"
frankly that h? ?-8* for QeofTgS R ? ortol
'?on Mr. Roosevelt replied that It wa?
hilly for Mi New to espouse the cau?? of
: a tnnn who ?tonrj i,r. f hanoa of gettlnK the
I nomination und ?-ii_?re<ftei* certain |-'a<.?t>?:
;tihi Mr \er? ?houid favor the nofntnaUon
1 cf Mr. Taft The ln?llani?n M not ?ce it
j thai arar, i'e f-M thai he rej-ar?ied hlm
| sei* h? ptodgsd to the nomination of Mi
j Cortelyoii, an?l ?hat he wonl<1 not feel
I at llbertj to ??imu??? the eaasa of any
I other candidate until he was himself eon
vlnced that Mr. Cortelyou'a chances iraro
hopeleaa Then President Rooseveli began.
to ?"itiesiion Mr. New t rgardinc: hi? con?
ception of his duties as chairman <?f ?he
? committee on arrangement* and Mi. Kaw
I repli?! quite frankly that he did not balle va
lit WOUld be proper for Mm In that position
I in aeeh to promote the political fortun?e
lof an? candidate, a?, it \>.,i? hi? conception
i that the national committee ?hnuM be r?
nearly neutral aa poeaible aa between the
plalma of oppoelng Republican f*andt<latee.
! Mr. Rooaevell waa ?o plea????! with thla
i that he declared that Mr. New would ?i,,.
and that, moreover, he imastin.-d he would
be puttincr him In the filar? where he would
flo the least harm, by approving hi? ?ele?
tton as chairman of the committee
Q ?; H.
WHITE CLAIM.S RE ELECTION
; United Mine Workers' President Says
He Has 50.000 Majority.
< >-ka!oir,a. Iowa He, If, [nlm I'. White.
praaidaat of the L'nite,l Mine \Vork?i? of
America, i?te tins aftstrnoan claimed th.>
ie.flection to the presidency over T. L
i.ewis by a nsajotity of fron m,?M to
Mr. White based hta ? ?aim on iii'Oinplct?
Mid unoflBdel returns reoalrod bars
BOOKS AND PUBLICATIONS.
OLYMPIC WAS TO BLAN
British Underwriters Astonish
at Court's Finding.
IN HAWKE COLLISION CAS
Liner Was B??intr Nnvijratprl N
by Whitr; Star F.rnployp, hut
by an Official Pilo!.
IP-, ?-eh,?? ie Ts? Trisa -.
i.ond^n P" "<> Ths J'ldgmenl In f)
? CtlOflS arisllit? out Of ?l-r 11,"Vr i il-n
pi'" COtrlslon, In whi'"h ?he r]?c1?t<rn en
Rtv"n nsrainst the Qlrrnrdc, ha* laid
the ma.iirttv of the underwriters con
platal] ?.- surprise sad la distinctly rny
trary IS c"tvrat auti- ipMtion
It || ?StlmSttrd ?bat the coat? ff tr
trini niii arooum t.. fun- E20.000
tendon. i'e- if Tiie idmlrslt? Con
tfl dir f?eird IhSt the While 8'^r 1 .ir
stiassshlf Otyrsst? *:?r r<?goastht< for ,r
collision srtth ?be Brltl'h crut*?* Ha S k<
ti?ax ?i-horree B^.. on th* noitli side of tc
i?ie nf Wight on ?legteanber aj hat
While th? ludrm"n? of the court (T.nd
scat"?' thC o^per? of the ?"? i?. mp?<- or n
the point? rslasd at th? Irlsl an.i th? d?
eisten is irren for i'nmmsnd?r WlWsai F
; Bhmt. of th" TTiwk". *t?h roste. In ?he Bill
? bronabt against idin bjr th? owners of th
I liner, th" oro.,* pull hrOSght bj ths Ad
ml rally asatnst ?he owners of tii* oiympi
failed on the d"f?'tice im?e-.| by th? IsttC
of compulsory piloting. Ths "ht ^as li
chsrg? of ;> pilot S< tie time of <h" cotM
sion, this heirs foinp'ilsor- on all veoseli
sai?ric at that pari of the Hritlsh coast.
The effect of th? c]e. Isten In the ei ?OS sut
I? that neither sid? Is mulcted in dsmsgSS
sir Snm'iei Thomsi Rvsns preesdest ol
the ?Probate, i?ivoie" mid admiralty i?i
rialon of lb? HirIi Court of Justice, wh<
gave ?udcroen?, accepted th" f. eorj of IUC
tion advanced by the commander of the
FfaWkO, on which point David W. Taylor,
Naval Constructor of th? T'ntted Fateri
nav^, ?'?une.i f<-r th" Admiralty. TW
ludjre exi?re??ed himself satisfied that the
Hawks did not ?larboard her helm je al?
The collision, he ISld, WSI die to th" liner
Olympic coming too doss to the i
Itawke. causing a suction.
Mr Sani'icl Bvsae alun decided that the
place of th" colllstsn as Riven ii\- the
Ffsurks*! witnesses was earrast, that the
spee?; of 1he ?dympic at the time of the col
liion and for a few minute? preceding it
???s greater than ha?l beer stated by her
witnesses, ami that the HsWke's speed at
th? tim?' Of the collision and for som? time
before wsa sboul 19 knots.
Th? explanation of (he Olympic s position
was that She tOOk tOO wide a IWCep round
I the \\ eat Bramble buoy, rii" evidence,
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said th-? indue, hsd established UM fact I
that th? .-esseis w-er" never on parallel
courses. He though! that the Olympic,
having t?.- Hawks on hen stertuwrd side,
? .?ubi ?o have ;r"t ooi e.r th- Hawke's wsy.
The rfaWkS w%? never th? o\ertnklnc l e
pel If either V"?S?I sa? o\ e.r?akll??5 th*.
other, said the court, II was the Olympic.
Tha yes rsvor, were reslly crosslns
earn other's course, ?end ihe collision was
soler? due le th? fault.1 na?lgetlon of ?be
Olympic's pilot la bereire stated, the liner
we? In charge of an of?le ? ?i pilot ?? the lime
of ttie rolltsion, this b"lng compulson In
t'lfi" wat*n nnd*i Rrltj Ism
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