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Mm rjXmE? ^S^ ?2*' ?t?fettt?e t-oi. i \\!| ....Xo 23.892. To-day and to-morrow, ?humer?. \\ Hriiirr tn-da.r. NEW-YORK, MONDAY. APRIL lo, 1912.?TWELVE PAGES. e * r * ?___?. 7_7r^ fli'VI1 In (117 of New York. ?JM C M> aiid Hoboken. PRICE ONE C L?> I El.SKWRt-KK TWO <T**T?-_ lEXICO WARNED 10 HALM i '?ANS Feder?is and Rebels Alike Noti? fied That Acts Endangering Lives of Foreigners Will Be "Resented." OROZCO HEARS FROM U. S. Rebel General Specifically Ad? dressed Regarding Fountain's Fate in Communication Sent to Consul Letcher at Chihuahu'i. TEXT OF THE INSTRUCTIONS Washington 8 Protest Against "Practi tal Murder" cf an Americn ? hzen Accompanied by St?? ? Admonition as to Futur?. 1 ? R <?ruing ???.<*-?* lay by the i nited the Mexican government aa vl! m to ..f ih?* "it an poet? and - bI dornend that American life and ? ?thin '?*e republic of Mexico he just -?dequate'v protected, and that, i - Mexico ?? ? ? ponsible for lacrii ins; or - damaging .- ereata." tatea a? and re? el maltreatment of ean eitizena "will be deeoly re - by trie American government and ? and must be fully answered for - -a. '." , -in people." : artinent, who to di . ?????. Mexico ? 'Ity, and ' . ? . ? i ? red to Bws of the ? r?f his ? !.. I ,. to T?nm-i'. Fountain. - - States * th?? i representations *:'??? of Thomas m tak? ii in is... ? . itl?y pal t ans "ii either aide i i ? tes expressly 11 that A m. i ?' an < ombatanta * battl? must be given hu ? ?? dan ?? \\ Ith tMe adi publie to ttedly i ? ? -. demand know ii to have made ? Itlll? lit of as oth? r ? at a continuation ol II ndlng "to b und !?? the lut? rest M? xi .m patrlol . as it la r?ii!?-d States, to avoid." ? .issador's Instructions. WU ? ??? as ' istantly * valuable American pi ni unfortu . ? . llial An. : ? id pi i term tional -. '?' ? ? ? ? ? ir i? -- ? . ? nneni mu?i ? ? ? ? ... on? ... [ of Mn ; i.-<) lest that appi o| I ? i ? ? n the part of nsular ' Ion on be? rnent, - ? ? ? e ? ? Hi I ? ? ? L'lilte?! Stale? ... r ? .... ? ? - ?? ? I ? .1 " .f ? ? \ III? ? Ml"/ Ih?? ? ! .... ? ; , t th? I ' ??.Lu,.,,1 , ,, fourth |.'?,'? ?...iixl ? uluiun. BY COL. ROOSEVELT Ex-President Has 65 of the State's 76 Delegates, and This Total May Be Increased to Sixty-seven. PENROSE LOSES CONTROL His Opponents Will Dominate State Convention and Elect National Commit.eeman ?Wilson Gets Almost Solid Delegation. Philadelphia, April 14.?Theodore Roosevelt* ?weeping victory In Pennsyl? vania -it Saturday's primary election kepi growing t<>-.i..? as the return? con? tinued i" come In. !'?<??? upl? t< r? turns from a.ery ?i ?_", ?? in the former Pit - Id? ni 85 ? egatcs In the Republican National Convention. The Roosevelt claiming 67. and later re j turns may tarry i It ? ? figures to that total. I? olonel Ro?iseveli ?von 53 "( th? ?;4 dis? ta 11 . enough delegates 'r' the sti te - --p. -i, t.. give control of thai bod. u them. The state conventloi ?-?- ill me ? delega tes-at-larg?* While >n the fac? of ?lie returns Mr I ? ? delegates two from tha .fr I, t** o from ? from th? 5th and two fl the ist Dlstri? I tha two dele? uninatructed." Vare and ; ? practically announce R_T'. !e\ . In 'he |d Di- - ? snnounces he ?rill be tot whoever favoi? There appear to be close ?gh?. on one ite In th? 20th ai d on on? In the 23d Dla The Vote by Diskncts The following etabl? fa the ? I ?>. according to to-night's returns. ? -r Mv being in Philadelphia and the t four th? '? ? efjh? - ' - untj districts: i 4 I Roosevelt T_" i.: ? " J P, 0 n ...a ? " -4 0 27 p i,- pra? tically ? ertain late ?? thai John Dalzell, Reprea__-t.?tjv? in . -ess from tl>?. 30th District, had .(el ).\ M. Clyde Kelly for the ilnatlon. ! ;? . ral Ride th? two IPir ? ? gates In the 11 th District a ere In the 28th District i <.*.?? Clark men defeated the two dictate* for i ational di legates, ? ,l stai da .it 74 oui ition. Politician? look on II pli of -, ell a ItIi astonl.l ins of the former Presidoni were w HI >rganization or withoul an organization In many of Hie thirty-two Congress Districts. Taking the thirty-two districts throughout the stat? nt .*ri avei.?io of approxlmat< ly 15.000 voters t.? a district there were polled In the n? Ighboi h.l nt INn.ooo votes nnd the popular plurality will ex? ceed something )ik<- iiOO.OOU vote?. There is >?nt little change In the Leg M? n ? lie hai ?? r? pi ? - their distrl? ta In the ? ;? n? pal .si ? with few ex? < ptlons ix en t ? i Her? and th? r< are changes, bul the complexion will remain unchanged. Where the delegates to the stat? conven? tion were ? nod, however, the ?peo? ple voted ?solidly for the men i themselves as "progressive," oi ;,* <it ? . ? ? : . Roosevelt, Penrose Loses Control. I'.ei time sine? Donald Cam? eron HTiti Matl Quaj foughl for Suprem? at j the control of on?, .'tnie.ri hi taken from the hands of the leader of Thill I'eee . . .': , il ' ? ' on May I, In addition to naming the twelve delegates-at-large to Chi ? ? t thlrty-eighl Presidential ??lectors, four candidates for Repre tives-at-large an?! candidates for State Treasurer and Audltoi General, all to be voted foi -? November ?lection. The I the Roosm ? realized when it is rem? m? i ha I the del? .-; tes in control o? | : he si enl Ion have the ?po*? ? i '?. ? ii,.- state chairman, _r.l under the .'? delegatioa to the na? tional ' onv? nl 11 ommitteeman. Al i i??-.-. m I I'.-ni j; ?,?. as i - id p .? pi oml i her of itte? to-rlghl i hal some ted to the ' , stat.nvention are reg ilai organiza- i m? n, who ?while t ?ting foi i: lei? gat? -, will 1l II land l the ! nlzation. ? ? he I? ad? r. ?f I lie Re . ,, ? ?i.m.. ?. from ng th< i ' ? ndldates for nations ; II had b? ? n . the: woul ,.. Among tho y\.| to h ? eei looked upon as the delegates ?' r? Senators P. :ilj, . illver, ? ?overnoi Tener, Hi. r, -,,, ,,, stat? Rob? ii M Af< ? and - ?t.,, James P. McN ? ol. the ,i,. part: orguniratlon In Philadeli Keystone Part* Helped the Colonel. ,?),, ,.'t. polled w : . ,.. n .lid |til go mu? Ii ov? i 'gj ii.'i , ,,, ,,i th ? total v"'? ' "--' h( tie. ? .., Colonel p. ? __.,??, ,,, hav? r.H-el e?l hi? haa. I? ? ? vole from '1" reform el? r-nt ol the Mat? : i., ib. I<< it??i - pan . M,,,. |, ? rgaiiized. , . ,,| t !.. I?, . I. .""" "'" , , . ,|, ,| III ' I?'* ??"??. ?' "?'" "? V ' I'hilad* Iphla !"?< ?** ,llir lement ? - r?h ??i M iMllauedea ???.' ??"?-'? ******** ,,,llii"" THE GIANT WHITE STAR LINK? THANK. REPORTED IN COLLISION WITH kX ICEBERG ON HER FIRST TRIP TO \KW VORK. THE ALLAN LIXE STEAMER VIRGINIAN IS STEAMING TOTHET1TANICS AKSISTANLfc.. ..-?-?-1-?? - i MIAN GROCER SLAIN AS IMS IH Called from Table hy Self-Styli Friends, He Is Shol Through Hearj. THRFF ASSAILANT" i \t ' H*-" Fires, bnl Misses, Dying Wife's Arms as Police Enter Brooklyn Detecting Make No Ai rei A ? ictim of th? Blacl? Hand " ha?] lo?.g open!*- ijxwi. Pll ? 119 IH ? ? - .-11 leath In 1 ? b -,. . tl ? r< ?* Iching ' w ? I hla wife al hi? sld? ? n r | * olvor and fir? d al bul hi? bullet apparent!; did no ?? A bi shed i hrough hla el ? I kill?-'] him before he could shoot aj-ai de no arr Tweh e y? i no can ;.. this countn from Italj He i ??.- pel nilesa then, bui industrious, and i?ft? eeveral yoara ol d?t?jyed labor m-ma?-? t?? ncrape toejel her i uffl? lent i himself up aa a groeei II gtoi irk. Leu . -.' pro ?. in th? ??] larri? her, and he a .. ;i ippy, I ffre** he opened ii|? <?1| mil ?.il lj '? ? ? ;.idurl dozen ?tro? - i ? - In Brook I? He ha many frlemls i Ih?? Hall . I".! m Manhattan . il Ftrool I. He ? ? ..ii- heart?-?! ! ?? i. and many w-r tli" dinners? and ? ntertainments held v ii . home The Fir?-t Letter Received. Then, .i m"iilh ??r ?*ix -?? e? I, . lat? r, I.?? .' . ? '? ? loll, lying lust ii, - : h . addr? ? sed il. ?.? hii-h h ?t r? . m ? i* it ??pe? I demande I ? 00 In a lii b??x '-n h|.i t?*|i Mi. foil .?n?! the m rit' i .1 t.. hlov, up th ature uni? si th? .Hill, ? The Ht? inn H ind " PI ? ? ? ? - rld mi?. - ??<] ih Ht? r I" : ? . ?ill:. (* rit?-- ?.; ..ut hii ta. He toi?.t to ? on and ti rorgel abi iter for the l bi Ta o ?>? lettei ? op? n? i ' atore for the < I In?*?**. Tins wai ii? ?n? ?I lik ;. and thei ! a third I? tter an Ived, t< Hing Leman? i hat 11 he ?I, i nol I? h \ ?? i he mone> on hi? doorstop h? would n? The hlun ?rrii l ' him, and mong hi 1 ii lend? Thej all .??!? it*K?d him I u j mu?iente wil h ihe poll ? i.? - ? mano waa relui tant to do. He i in ? .?ii-. ii loaded revolver Instead, con? fld? nl In h ? He . hat supper in hla horn?. \x i.i h i.- ?lii-.-i ly Hai rii ?n tore The came '- ?-'i-?i*???? li and i ?i"\ annl i "rii ?.i.i and, * i th l.? mano'? i inn ! >? ? n in? rr pari Ii Ih? flat, "Friend-?" Call Him from Table, r.? o.;?.!,i. -.'i -n th? labl? . i.i? |ng and tipping ? Ine. H< pott? ii ? ' ";! the thi waa f-< ? from lire. Sudd? nlj .? . u|< e airs. "Fllipo," n ,.,,11, ,, ? -|. hei ? . Will '? ou come ?h i?. speak t" you, ami?.. I ..m.i.ir? i ? ex? . '?' ":'" * U ?" ??' . . : r]g mid start? ?I f? r i lie hi ad oi ih? I'd ,? n, still i. memberii ii.. atoning l< H? i" i ?""' When laemai ' e.l Into hla atore and i- er? i ;!-' darkiiea? lo ???? .,!,,, ,; Ma? who would i ? -.?k with him ?*? l.lindln? i'..< I' Ughtod Ih? gloom and a Lull? I -| . 'I !" I ' v;m" ' ,i?. ioiind "i lh< r? p?r?i i ha? I.,,,,,,, ,. . ,..i "'"i"' hh own ,? volver .'i"l ?>?? -1 l.? ''lank In Ilia dire? - H?n. nrni "li"' h'"1 "" ' \. ),, Hi.I hi :'il"'- l"" UU'' ,"?|ll",| him .. third - ""? *""? ' ' fell foi ? ird -1, l!l '*"* ?reamed ?i " '? rushed In ? . to th? atl ? ? I ' <! ? 'i' ? "' '' \\ hil? Klg"? ?'?'?' re Htill ? ..,,. i , . - i tin ?'. - ? ? '?? " ' ? ?f |||t. ' I ll'l'??. ' I i,,? .i .,1 the Vmil 'reel latlou, . ruiinii .- up H? h "i '.'--"i Hi . ,,,i hud .-< ? n ihr? ni? a i mining, i,,,? , mild i i "\. rial ? Hi m I I ?1(, t-,r-t , lass saloon on the Titanic, decorated and furnished in a most sumptuous style. BONCI FOR METROPOLIT. Lyric Terp^r Bignfl Oontract w New York Company. ; B? f' left rib'JBC ' San ?Francisco, April 11 Allessan Ron, i, the tenoi who is making a ?com tour ol th* v\"? ? la three yet rontracl In this cltj yesterday with Metropolitan Opera Company ol M V?rK after negotiation? covaxing aev? ? ? The managers of the opers compi refused at fust to meet th* demand? I on the salary question, and it \ ?nil\ after they had failed t.. find any i to take hla place In lyric tenor role? ?i the* came to an agreement, ; ? in,eel te. ?tata 'he exact amount he v . ? paid for ins sen I? MISS MOISANT NEAR DEA1 Clothes Catch Fire at End Farewell Flight. ! R? i>i>ei_|,!i to 1 hi Trlt) . ? Wichita Fulls. Tex., At ril I I. T farewell flight of her aviation care which Miss Mathilde Moisanl had h ? J she u ? uld make here this i t.ii.i., ????m.' near causing her deal In landing after her flight her ma? hi i ii.. ;. .-i rldge e.r ? arth just outside i ill |..,r'?. where the 111 ? pli i e . and leeeiii.. ? <i high In th? s h cam? do*? n righl s de up. a th the youi i woman still safe In her seat, bul i meaork ? rumbled like a lei f fro i he Impact. In .n inntnnl th. a r? ckage . i ablaze, and liefore M Iks Mol anl cou :.),?? . lothing v. ..s in flames. I le n? ar al hand, and the > oung won ,,ii vat 'ii agg. ?I from her | erllous pot i ,\n ?" ei.t"! i aa Mi i Louise Molsant, a later. Shi b* ? ? \y until ?he reached her slatei when she fainted. ADRIFT IN 'a BALLOON i Lone Man, Ignorant of Aere nanties, Lost in ?Clouds. ? i sv. Itxerland, April ! I. Tti Swiss Aero ?'lull's balloon St. Gothard ? somewher? abov? the cloud?, with on aboard wh?> had ne? er ebefore mad .'Il .'S' ? -.' The balloon ?was rel .nun- from ' to-day with h i Hot and thre passengers During an attempt to Ian the ebaaket was blown against a rock b .. h? .'."'? g isl and i!,?- pilot and two ? the passengers, together with twel*. . ? . and, a ere throv n out. Thu lightened, the balloon ?hot up t.. .t heigh ,,i ir>,<K*0 feet, and whirled away with th third paaaenger, who is totally Ignoran llooning. CONVICT FRAMED LAW Jersey Board Makes Discovery Affecting Prison Terms. ? ntnn, S. A 4pril 1 I It has jus ? ? discovered by the Board <ef Stat. . Inspectors thai a notorio viel forger, whose name la withheld fmmed the lav releaalng convicts aftel ? I ? ipk two thli el . ? ? ? '. ' 111.-. I poi th? appro...I of the prison ln?| e< ton tin- law Is no? llkelj t?. i?e repente? passa g< un .Yldaj laal ove\ th< ? noi s v<-i" The luv . it is allegi ,|. -*,.,..? ,?. \gn, , ? i ? ' lall t.. le t oui Death, McAlllstei .nul < 'ami ebgll, tin?', of the murdi n .lentil.? ll.i-ucln. i JUMPS TO DEATH FROM FERRY. i -l_f**S| hi ?Trill lit. I I i '_!..<1.1, N. .1 . April 11 **.. ith i .i aoi ?! tarrdn? -t n.it* ul t a sni r-two y? in j nid, e .m,nutted KUlcId? I? I lelawan ir??n. th? fern boat Bsltl? t Tl bjO 'I >? e tOpeJJ ?1. 1,111 I ,c ' MII--I.I- . ..'.lei I . In ,| ANTEDILUVIAN WHISKEY. I I <>l . . : Lufties Pf..: , n< a ?brb Ad?, t HIS FALLS M NEW CHURCH ; 1WD DU Dedicatory Sermon at Harring? ton Park. N. J.. Halted by Collapse That Drops 300 to Cellar. MANY SERIOUSLY INJURED Priest Says Contractor Assured Him of Safety of Edifice Prosecutor Tries to Fix Responsibility for Accident. i 'i h.- little i ? m Church of ?"?'i!- Lady of Victory, the pride of Harrington Park N ,i . smelling of palnl and fresh ?Mar Khingles proved h death trap yesterday. Father Rorgan, of Plninflvld, had hardly utter? . .? ilo-*< m x' l-.i- of lii?- 'Ir-'li??'?? ?I " ::, ,??,,?,. v. hi li Ihe bare floor ?"liai"' ?I undei Its burden of three hundr??d nx-n. .....m, n .iii.i . ,i i .?i . ill standing, and ,ii,,i i?.i them t" the concreta cellar .- . ,,-.,-,,. Tu,, toris of !?."-?? lumb? r went down I from underni ath th?? pile two m omen w ere tak? n oui ??>-..?i and I (-ftj nt'ier | e extrl? ated, bad l\ iiijiii-..?!. ii Is feared two or three of , | ,.,,, v. Ill ?i"i r? cover from their In lur'es. i -,.?,: ail Elkart, Mrs. Frit?, twenty-seven years I old, of Hillsdale. She is the mother of I three children. Ottignon. Mrs. Nicholas, fifty years '. old. of Wcstwood. The faithful had gathered from all the little town? 'round about to attend ?terclses atti ndanl on the laying ,,f Hi? , ..i ii? ratone ol the ? hurch and i< dedication A dozen or more priests had ."in' i" officiate, among them the 1 Very Rev. Dean J. J Cunneely, of Hack -1.?-;?, u. who xvhs in cl arge* Pather Bor? gan, who was to preach th?? dedicatory ?sermon; Father Flannagan, of Ri?lg?'flel?l Park; Father McDermott, of Ktngsland; ! Patheri Petera end M Donald, of L"ngle \\,?.?I. and Father Rutter, of ?Bergen ii? Id All "i them were pitched Into the **or t,-. with their congregation. Father Dion Beat, u Carmelite Father from Tenafly. waa the only one of them t?? be hurt, however. Kather J. T Delehanty, prleel ??f the little pariah, which Includea the Hairing"? ton Park Church and another at West? ; vvnod, aald laal nlghi that the ?contractor Kave him to und? ratand it would he safe ? m? )?? oplet . row >l Into the church. George Naugle, ol Naugle \- Wiener, t'ontractors, with offlcea at Park Ridge, ! u ho w?aa building the church said ! Father Delehantj had t ? ? i. i him a day ?jo l ha I i he ? nereis? a w ere to be held oui of di The ( hui *h of Our ?d> of Victory, lo outward xi'?, seemed completed early yesterda) afternoon excepi for the in? n of wlndowa, of pewa mid mi .,,,.,,. Bui then xx.is one Incompleta ,,,_, upe which mat igpai ?ntly over looked the floor, ili"npli laid and var nl?hed r? - ? -1 "" ???in!...i;?!-x upright ?imports, consisting ol tan rough wooden pillars, m."1, "?' ,,ir?',, - hy l pin?- Joint.??. These temporarj *-"i?i ?>* Mft t?. l?e r. p?a? ?"1 loter by hi I? i- columna <>r u?.:i "lally" beam* tt.ntjret? fou tide t lona f.ir which li???' olroadj paan installed, v stons "? the masonry foundation of th? building li?d *." l* - ft out, and It was ih?- aeltlng ol thl - atone \x hlch bo? I,, , \. i .'? it ?"I "'?-l??.-k \- the , rowd I ithored Father J lelohanl l.iiuiiiii?*?! ?.i? third i??a<*. a?? ro? h ru lu oui. EXTRA EDITION 4:30_A. M. tit^nkTsinking in mid-ocean; hit great iceberg At 12:27 This Morning Blurred Signals by Wireless Told of Women Being Put Off in Lifeboats?Three Liners Rushing to Aid of 1,300 Imperilled Pass? engers and Crew of 860 Men. MANY NOTED PERSONS ON BOARD First News of Ocean Disaster Came in Appeal for Help to Allan Line's Virginian, Which Left Halifax on Saturday and Was 1 70 Miles from Place of Accident When the Last Call for Aid Came. CAPE RACE. N F . APRIL 15.?AT 10.25 LAST NIGHT THF* STEAMSHIP TITANIC CALLED "S O S" AND REPORTED HAVING STRUCK AN ICEBERG. THE STEAMER SAID THAT IMMEDIATE ASSISTANTE WAS REQUIRED. HALF AN HOUR AFTERWARD ANOTHER MESSAGE CAME REPORTING THAT THEY WERE SINKING P?V THE HEAD AND THAT WOMEN WERE BEING PT'T OFF IN THE LIFEBOATS. THE WEATHER WAS CALM ANDCLEAR.THE ICS WIRELESS OPERATOR REPORTED. AND GAVE THE POSITION OF THE VESSEL, 41:46 NORTH LATITUDE AND 50:14 WEST LONGITUDE. THE MARCONI STATION AT (APE RACE NOTIFIED THE ALLAN LINER VIRGINIAN, THE CAPTAIN OF WHICH IMMEDIATELY ADVISED THAT HE WAS PROCEEDING FOR THE SCENE OF THE DISASTER. THE VIRGINIAN AT MIDNIGHT WAS ABOUT 170 MILES DISTANT FROM THE TITANIC, AND EXPECTED TO REACH THAT VESSEL ABOUT 10 \. M. ON MONDAY. THE LAST WIRELESS DISPATCHES FROM THF STRICKEN LINER GAVE HER POSITION AS 41 :46 NORTH LATITUDE AND 50:14 WEST LONGITUDE. THIS IS AL? MOST DUE EAST FROM NEW YORK AND APPROXIMATE?A DUE SOUTH FROM ST. JOHN'S. N. F. THE DISTANCE FR< )M NEW YORK TO THE PLACE OF THF. VCCIDENT [S AP PROXIMATELY 1.200 MILES. THE NEAREST LAND IS SA? BLE ISLAND. ABOUT 700 MILES TO THE NORTHWEST OF WHERE THE CRASH TOOK PLACE. THE NEAREST PORT IS HALIFAX, ABOUT (KX) MILES TO THE NORTHWEST. THE OLYMPIC AT AN EARLY HOUR OX MONDAY MORNING WAS IN LATITUDE 40:32 NORTH AND LONGI? TUDE 61:18 WEST. SHE WAS IN DIRECT COMMUNICATION WITH THE TITANIC. AND IS NOW MAKING ALL HASTE TOWARD HER. THE STEAMSHIP BALTIC ALSO REPORTED HERSELF AS ABOUT 200 MILES EAST OF THE TITANIC, AND WAS MAKING ALL POSSIBLE SPEED TOWARD HER. THE LAST SIGNALS FROM THF TITANIC WERE HEARD BY THE VIRGINIAN AT 12:27 A. M. THE WIRELESS OPER AToR on THE VIRGINIAN SAYS THESE SIGNALS WERE BLURRED AND ENDED ABRUPTLY. ONE REASSURING FEATURE OF THE ACCIDENT TO THE TITANIC IS THAT MANY SHIPS APPEAR TO BE WITH? IN THE GIANT LINER'S CALL. BESIDE rill? VIRGINIAN, OF THE ALLAN LINE, \\ UK H APPEARS To BE THE FIRST To HAVE HEARD OF THF THANK'S DISTRESS. AND THE WHITE STAR LINERS BALTIC AND OLYMPIC. BOTH OF WHICH WERE REPORT? ED ON THE WAY TO THE PLACE, THERE IS ALSO THE CINCINNATI. OF TUT". HAMBURG-AMERICAN LINE. \ND THE CUNARDER MAURETANIA. OTHER SHIPS IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD WERE THE PRINZ ADELBERT, OF THE HAMBURG-AMERICAN LINE, AND THi; AMERIKA, OF THE ?SAMT; LINE, AND THE N< >RTH GERMAN LLOYD LINER PRINZ FRIEDRICH WILHELM, j BOUND FROM NEW YORK FOR PLYMOUTH. All. OF ?WHICH. AND MANY SMALLER LINERS. ART; SI|o\\ N ON ?Tn-DAY'S STEAMSHIP (HART AS IN 'Till-: VICINITY OF ?CAPI': RACE. Montreal, Aj.rll 14.?Th?* new Wh: Star lint-r Titanic is reported In a? vices received here late to-night P> ha\ ?truck ?i ii iceborg. The n.-ws was received at the Alia Line ..flues here in a wireless messafc from the captain Of the steamer Vii Kinian, ??f that line. It was stated that the Virginian ha tet-en In ?wlrel<sa_ ? "ininuriication with tli Titanic, that sho had reported boms: i collision N*. it h an lcel>erg and Mked fo assis tan. e. The Virginian reported that she ?? on her way to the Titanic The Virginian ?ailed from Halifax las i Ight, .tnd at the time tile win-l? s. nt she is reckoned to ba\e b>?>ii ai???ii abeam of Pape l?a? e. She has ttire. hundred passengers on ?board, but .-hi accomm<od&te nine hundred m??re of th? Titanic'? passengers should their r.mo.a i , iiece.-.sarv. Th?? message from the vtrgpnan's cap. tain wot sent bj unoiess to cape Rae? ! ,.ii.l iheiic-e by .able t>> Halifax and then \\,\, telegraph t" Montreal The Allan Une officials here expe? t to h.-ar further mu s at any mom***_.t_, Halifax, N 8.. April 15.?Tin Alia? Line steamer Virginian, which reports that she has ?.one to the >__>Ml_.ance of the White Star liner Titanic, left Halifax at 9:_-> o'clu.k Saturday night for I.Uer pool. with mails and .'.mi passengers The Virginian m daily runs a\ei.ige about 380 miles, so that by midnight to? night the steamer ?would be ai**?ut l_''? miles east ?>f Halifax Th?- Allan liner Coralcan re|.?>it- pa-s ing thick n-e near this roast, >\hi?h is tiie furthest south her officers remember ??ver having s,-, i ,,... \*\gm. steamer mal. h .*.Ide detour to a\i?i.i il i* A. S. Franklin, vi?-e-president of the International Mercantile Marine said early to-day that It was difficult to ?redit the reporl that the Titanic had met with an accident m ?vieil at th, fact that the Whit*- SP?> : las had re Ceivad n?. s/|**els**e message from her. \v. ?...i\.-e( .. wireless .from the Tl? tsnle early \osterda>. >flvlng her PO"' tlon." s.u.i Mr Kranklin. "and I am sure, if She had met with any sciidefH ? * i.. - ? we would llave heard from her. ? "Ws ara sbsolutely satisfied that ? She Ha* been in collision with an ice? berg she is m no dangsr. With her vs rious watertight compartments she ?? sbsolutely unsinkabls, end it makes o?