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W LEAPS AND BOU $22,000 Showered Upon Mayor, Swelling Tota to $46,848. MANY SEND $1,000 CHE Tiffany & Co. Contribute $1, and William Jennings Bry Adds $100 to Fund. More than fcE.OO-*? was added y?-ster? the fund for the Titanic sufferers, ?wl lying received by Mayor Gaynor and 1 over to Jacob H. Schiff, treasurer ? Red Cross, making a total up to last of S4G>* ? Among the larger subscriptions re yesterday w-eie $l,5?v> from Tiffany and *'""") ench from Lerrl P. Morton, D. Bordfn, Brown Brothers & ("o., Sc brothers, P, F Ayer, George S. Bor? Mrs Crine Wilson. Frederick Q. B< tne American Tobacco Company, J. Seligman ?fe Co. and C. T. Reilly. W Jennings Bryan sent a check for $100. The Hat, showing the names of y tiay'?- subscribers, la as follows: Trevtonslj a- kn->wleJf:ed.-.' Bl >un. ]^\i ?*. Morton. j?f ,i?>nfti?'?n A. Co. Ott ' ?"o. ?_'n_rl-? A, lrmce. --tie l*w Stenographers. :?? Little Bit Helps". "Pet trine pool i m m !?; rant from Titanio" William A. Martin. From Dickte"' .?. Hem*, for Incurables.?. A. J Btoor.~.. M. J H. J. E. EAwsrd "_-zan?ky .H. J. Klyberg 'r. John ?"'Inton Cray. J O. Oberai-I T?a\ !?, . Krank B. <ahn ft Co. ? Barnhardt. }* :,tor\ Bub per Company. At-rahani I. KantiowiTi . Iva A Pia?**?-.-?? Hora-.-? Wh i te . Bamberg & Riasar.?,. .1 Kln-rsbtirv Brtll. ? - s . m m ?Seech.....-. Alfred K. Kornfeld._. (*a?-h .?. J. Milton Thompson.~.?. C H. Oa-rood.? ??? wiMam "ar-lgsta . "lue Guenther I'nMlsMng Co. New York City ?Chapter D. A. R ?. Mr? *?'.ix Danxlger. be . ? M. 'iorletz.-.-. Ml?s P.. tty Traut?. r T*. ? I aum Pros., Inc.? .... H ? '?>. Mlr-l-.iel ,f. Flt'-Ker-lliI. B! rn- .~.-. ?*n.,. ' -. Maular.?", ?""'.ppell <"?- Co. rr->m . -Mi<rh Mnlt'an?", Coppell ft Co . . Alfrel I* Pinion ft Co. Mr?. ?Thariea Blum. ? i ?"tetson. r, T.. Pu r--?.. W.i*-hlnR-ton. T*. C. ? H Tfwt . . I^on a??'! Irvine Bambera-er. Marrar. ? vt .1 t -????pli Fouthclm.? A. r> j iiiii ? i ft Co. H set n . T. ".??"???- . Brown ] - ? I CO. Tiffany _ C" . * P. * A Welker . w. u.-. ."??tin Ros ' r. M Tear'' r Platsek. Ml-?- P.. Gllchrlst John V. Parot. Jr., an?" I, T'nrot . J, * W. S*ll-rman ft Co. ' P. *. Rellly . " M. ?". P ft' -ten . " Ptewart. Warr?tl ft Co.~. .' it -? A CO. I? n . ??". ? ?. Marl? M Salomon. Toot Jim . Jul. I/Un?*?^'r-t . ??an*.eel Els? man & ?*"o. AnoByi-i'-'is . w f. Watkar . r?r. P. J. Melts? . . *!>? f*?*,ar'e? \ -"?-hieren Company. W. Y. Bemeil. ?Skkrlta f? M. Hrat . Vivian ' .-. William .1. Kelly . ('harlm Y 7.<*?j-ihar?J.~... . 1. Wii:ia-n u-.-i is i 'o.iciaa. Mr?. Arthur L Barnev . Treasi--?- " Men and Religion Forwaid Martrotn?. Nathan ?OttInfer . " B. Haggli* . Emloy? ? ,' ?epanmeiit. New York lite I? . Walter 1* Bull . Ar..*-??.- }':. -l?nan. <*h?r!?*? Elllol Warren . Mr?. ?*? ark ? K lot Warr?n. A. M ?:? II . r. F Ayer . I. ? ?e tigs - Bow '. 1 ? Mr?. O: . 1. - . rreatr'. ? . 1. :: T * . Mr? II . . . . T. .1 H .:..?. . . 9. I.? ma Brewing Company.... 1 Mr? << . 8* nja 0 ??? . i E4?.-ar i ?-?? . Mr?. Ira 1.? . . ?T. 1. ? . ?Tr.r -*????? |, ?Junivora" . wlUlain . ce. .... ...".'.".'.'.'.'.".".".".".'.'..'. n . Ar.->? ? . 9*t? -? ? - . parrk . ,?^. f, T** _?* . 9hlr( ?"?-'inr'Hnv. Olaf ?? ?. ? -n . 1 ?"??"?ir Mull? - ?-..mranv. ?eaiawiau A Lti er . \; ? ner . ',?; f~ ' . H. Walt?r* . h - I Brtnr.?r . Krower A Tynber?.'..'. ">f*x H. Wei ei . fan, r-p . | 1?** * Stern . P Jst An,,-, an . 1 ?? "***'?> I n. l? ""*?. Andrew Buk?. : John 1 ? ??W H Lltehfleld . 1? * ? T\r?e st??vena . ! \*y*om * ?".'. '.'.'.'.'.Y.'.'.'.'.'.'.', K ?? L?o Bambergei . ' ToUl to tata .f46.?!M J- P. Morean. Jr., and the Right Re\ "? J McMahon have been added to th ?D? Forest committee. Yhe Cojn? :i 0f Jewish Women (Brooklyi y?^*) ?BW :*.'?-?l that It was receiv lr>?T contributions for th? Titanic ??iifTfre! ti that they might t?e sent to Mrs. Leoi "?yer. No. ?39 ist street, Hrooklyn. The Council of Jewish Womea in thl ??'ough. of which Miss Sadie Ameri? an I President, cared for about forty second an? ??'rd c???-?n passengers. At the Ilebrev ???"Hering Hou.e there were eighteen per **** of several nationalities, only one o ?? imnber ? ? m? a Hebrew. They won ????n from the pier direct to the inftlt'J "on In a?itomohiie_ lent by friends of th?. *SOty, Theie ttiev were given sufflcieni ******* M it of them were met bj , ?**?*- ??* were dire? t??i t?. thei. gL^T****10* c>tt-ft_ The s.ime so ?**ly alto tent a number of women to the oi [* ^ Hlrs'!l 1!"1"*' i,,r ImmlftMl '**? In the eioui? were a numi ? i?;''' *ral from England ??eme lCMJ' lUre WU'W * lacl1 ?f Ji'wi*h AW? ,W(r,t, ,,.,. ,?.^?-3 wno wcrc and ,g*r" l:' * H'*in'*'' ,?,-v ?'?"'?? u*ben In Arrny4"-, **ht by tll<; ?i-lvatlo'. ."" I?"' tminlm : hool Ht No. 12S tiyn a ? *lre'', W*" UHtd ai4 a re"*if Hla" from i'l U" f "rviv"r" were taken th<-rc the w,""V''Unar'- Un* *,Ur* At'"'1 ,!;i11 "?* ?.rvu, w"r* Wo-n"-n. ?t toaathee the Tw0 n "'I"M'"1"1 meny nntlonaJUIe?. learne,l'V\",17? *ho* ''!""s ?*u '*": h,- ! ?J1 a tbrlllliu, ?t,?y of how they Titam, . r,0", th* ***** tsaau of tho * ?"" water end swam to u Mfe Im,!^ 1(Wa,, l*?v,n?. The bon! ?M 111 ,,u'Uli ?"i.H-.iy. they mm, It Impossible to climb over . . S rope was drmgglnf -from *l this they clung to me%\ won rormcrly In the Swcd / ish army, they said, and while there bid become uied to cold bathe. A few of those provided for by the Sal? vation Army left the Institution yeaterday. Those that remained will he cared for un? til transfers to their destinations are made The Travellers' Aid Society was able to care for seven persons. Most of them were sent to the Kpls.opallan Shelter for Respectable (.iris, nt No. 212 East 46th street. One of the men. a Russian, left for Philadelphia yesterday, hut moat of the others will remain there until next week, when they will return to Europe on Cite Celtic. The Swedish Lutheran Immigrant Home, at No. .. Water street, gave shelter to at least a dozen third cabin passengers on Tburselay night. One of them, Mrs. Eliza? beth Dyker, of West Haven. Conn., lost her husband when the vessel sank. She ?went to her home yesterday. The youngest of the fut Ivors at the Swedish Institution waa Servln Swenson, fourteen years old, Who was on his way to this country to visit his father . South Dakota. Moet of the refugees had relatives or friends on the Titanic that lost their lives, and all had thrilling tales to tell of their experi? ences Among those at the home were Hertha Nilson, Anna Sjoblom. Aurora I.and.pren. Hilda Hellstrom. Olga Sundon. Anna Nyston, Oscar Hedman, Ernest Per? son, Oscar Johanson and Carl Olson, all of Sweden. The members of the woman'e relief committee were weary, but sustained by the sense of duty well done, yesterday. Until midnight on Thursday they had worked at the pier, dispensing comfort and the necessaries of life to the needy ones fn.ni the Titanic. Miss Anne Morgan, Mrs. William K. Vanderbllt. jr.; Mrs. Edward Hewitt. Mrs. Nelson 11. Henry, Mrs. Au? gust Belmont and olthere rolled up their sleeves and worked hard, sorting clothes, passing hot coiiee eand sandwiches, com? forting the stricken women and the fright? ened babies and seeing them oft In the Fifth avenue 'buses which Mrs. William K. Vanderbllt had secured. "Conditions were not nearly so appalling as we had expected." Mrs. Arthur Mur? ray Podge told the Tribune reporter. "The women from the Titanic exhibited marvel? lous self-control, and they were In surpris? ingly good physical condition They seemed very grateful for the hot coffee, which we had ready for them, it was given by the officials of the Cunard Line, which Is at the next pier to the Carpathia. "As early as 7 o'? lock we metnbere of the Woman's relief committee, were making ready for the steerage survivors, who were to be our particular charge, although, as it turned out, many women of the second class needed our assistance, too. We spread out emergency clothing on a long table cloaks, warm shawls, heavy wrappers and ui? ssi's?for the women, sweaters and coats f?er children, underclothing of all elzes and blankets. "A? a matter of fact, though, the surviv? ors wei\- surprisingly well clad. I don't see how the people on the Carpathia wore able to supply them with so much. The on?y things some of them needed were hata. "It brought tears to our eyes, however, when little, pallid women who had lost their husban'ls would ask us pleadingly: 'Can't I have somethlrg Mark?" We gave them all the 1 lack we had and fitted the rest out as suitably as feasible In gray? and browns. To-morrow all who want Jt will be provided with black. ?'One hundred and six were sent to St. Vincent*! Hospital, eight to 8t. Luke's Hoe- , puai, twelve or thirteen to the Salvation Army Home and twelve to the Junior League House. The last were from the sec OOd cabin, and other second cabin sur? vivors an. being cared for privately. "There was one poor little baby who seemed to have nobody belonging to him. He couldn't speak a word of English and ho was utterly alone. He was sent to the ?.ay nursery, at No. 4iS West ?th street." Upon inquiry for this baby at the day nursery mentioned, the reporter was told tliat his name was Arthur Olsen, from Norway, aged one year. His father had been loot, and he had been sent for the night to this shelter, but in the morning hla stepmother had turned up and had taken him away. "To-day the committee hasn't done much about the future of the survivors," Mrs. Dodge continued. "We visited all their placea of shelter and found them In t. >|i eeel condition us could be expected. We Uft them ale>no to rest. Our interpreters, of course, will be busy now trying to g?'t the stories of the unfortunate persons, as we cannot determine what to do with thetn until we are better acquainted. The work will be rather slow, as the interpreter. will approach them as frlcmls rather than as Investigators. To-day they all seem too stunned to talk at all. "None of them will leave the city until Monday, became, though the immigration formalities wer? omitted, nome examination i , .st be made before they ?san be allowed te> go. The company will pay their ex penaea Many of the women who lost their husbands say they wish to go back to th'I; . they have no frlen?ls here." At the Junior League He.us?-, in West "8th street, it waa ??aid that the visitors were _ find comfortable. Two bad m far ?red, Indeed, aa to leave started out after dinner to sec the city. Most of them v. er? ?married women. Three had lost their inda "ii the Titanic and one ha/1 lot. til and brothel ln-law. Some ha?l come to tne United States Just as visitors and would return at once to their homed In England and Finland. The woman'e committee begs the public not to donate any more clothing. "Wa thought we might receive a few hundred garment*." groaned Mrs. Paul A. Dana, chairman of ihe clothing commit? tee, "and we have thousand?, and thou? sands. My houee la awamped with bun? dles we ?have not ha<l time even to open. We haven't any Idea of what we really have, Please ask people not to send any? thing more until we know what Is needed." Mrs. Edward R. Hewitt said that on Monday the clothing committee would open a bureau in the Metropolitan Build? ing. Meanwhile the workers were sorting out what whs already on hand, and the various charitable organizations which were looking out for the survivors were making requisitions for what was needed. By Monday the committee hoped to be .hie to say whether anything more was want? ed. Meantime, no more clothing,.' please! Money was as welcome as ever yesterday. The committee was rejoiced to receive by cable ?1.100 from the Lord Mayor of Liver? pool and t'f*) from the president of the Cunard Line, with a letter expressing his ?admiration of the committee's work. Tw.n ?>-tive hundred dollars was distributed dur? ing the day to relieve the immediate needs of stewards, lailors and seamen from the Titanic, as well as the women who ap? plied to Mrs. Nelson H. Henry, chairman of the relief committee. NO BODIES ON CALIFORNIAN Steamer Reached Titanic Too Late to Rescue Passengers. Boeton, April b% ? Thi Leyland Line ?teamer Callfornlan, which arrived to-day tram London, hnd neither survivor? r,0r ???lies from the Titanic aboard. ?Wc arrived at Ihi scene of the dlsas t, r," sai.i Captain Stanley Lord. "Just m .,, -, .. the last boat filled with sur? vivors being hauled aboard the Carpathia \v<- circled Um watnfn about the mahea craft for thro? hour?, but saw no sign af the threo lifeboats, which we now under ;ile still missing. There wus no %i'in Of Ufe among the wic.kage. * C?ptala UgtS ?aid *-hut he receive a wireless message from the steamship V|r. Klnlan at 0:30 o'clock Monday morning, telling of the Titanic disaster. The Call fornlan w?na U*w_ some thirty miles north or the ?WJOna Int-rvening were great i mmma Of I*?. Including lar ? icebergs, and . .,,, h difiicuit manotruvrtng that it took three hours to reach the wreckage. LIST OF SURVIVORS^ AS REVISED TO DATE Followlnfr Is a rr.mplete lint of the survivors of the Titanic disaster. Includ? ing first, second and third class passen gers. as well as the crew, revised and corrected up to a late hour last night: FIRST CLASS. A. Anderson, Harry Apjilcton, Mrs E. Vf Allison, Master, nurse end maid Andrews. Mlaa Cornelia. Allen, Mies E. W. Astor. Mr?. John Jacob, and maid. A'ihert, Miss N , and maid B. B?hr, Karl H. Bucknell, Mrs. William, and maid. Barkworth. A. H. Howerman, Miss E. Brown, Mrs. J. J. Burns, Mlas C. M. Blaley. Mr., and Mrs. Dtcklnaon Blank, 11. Baxter, Mrs. James. Brayton, ?George A. Bonnell, Mlaa Caroline. Bronnell, Mise Ells. Brown, Mra. J. Murray. Bowen, Mlas O. I. Beckv.lth, Mr. and Mrs R T.. C. Cassebere, Mrs H. A , jr. Clarke, Mrs. W. M. ?"hibnall, Mrs. B Crosby, Mrs. E G. CTosby. Miss H. Cart??**. Mlaa Lucille F. Carter Mr. and Mrs William F.. Cardell, Mre. Churchill, calderhead, E. P. Cavendish, Mrs. Turrell, and maid. Chaffee. Mrs. H. L. ("ardeza, Thomas, ?arder?, Mra. J. *"V. and msid. Cummlngs, Mrs. J. B. ?'hevre, Paul. CheriT, Miss Gladys. Chambers, Mr. and Mrs N. C. Carter, Master William T. Cornell, Mrs. Robert ?'. D. Douglass, Mrs Fred. C. De Vllllers Mme. Daniel, Robert* W. Davidson. Mrs. Thornton Douglass, Mrs Walter and maid DodKe. Wasblnfrton I'odrse, Mrs. Washington, and son. Dick, Mr. and Mrs A. A. Duff. Gordon, Sir Cosmo Duff, Gordon, Lady. ? Prschstedt, A. Daly, P. D E. F.nders, Caroline A "*iistls. Miss F.liz. M. Karnshaw, Mrs B.?niton F. FVpenhelm. Miss Antoinette Franeatelll. Miss M. Flynn, J. I. Fortune, Miss Alice. Fortune, Miss Ethel Fortune, Mrs. Mark Fortune, Miss Mabel. Frauenthal. Dr. and Mrs. Hy. W. Frauenthal. Mr. and Mrs I ?. Frolicher, Miss MarKaret. Frolicher. Mr. 6. Max. Futrellc. Mrs. Jacques. G. Oracle, Colonel Archibald Graham, Mrs. William. Graham, Miss. C?ison. Miss Dorothy Goldenberg, Mr. and Mrs Pamuel. Greenfield, William B. Greenfield. Mrs. Lee D Gibson, Mrs. Leonard. H. Harris. Mrs. H B Haven, H. I.oI<**erson, Mrs Alex HoKeboom, Mrs. J. < ' Hawksford. Vf. J. Harper, Henry S , and man servaat Harper. Mrs H. B. IToyt, Mr and Mrs. Fred M Harder, Mr. f?nd Mrs Geo. Havs. Mrs. Charles M. Have, Mis? Margaret P Klppach, Miss Jean. Hlppeeh, Mrs. Ida 8. ' I Ismay, J. Bruce. K. Klmball. Mr. and Mrs F M. Kenyon, Mrs. F R Krenchen, Mlas Emile L. I^ngley. Miss G. F. Leader, Mrs. F. A. I.Ines, Mrs. Emeat. Lines. Miss Mary C Llndstrom. Mr? Slgfrld M. Meyer, Mrs. B. G. Madlll, Miss Georgette A. Maloney, Mrs. R. Marvin, lira. D. W. klmreehell. ?Pierre. Mlnehnn, Mrs Wm. E Mlnahan. Miss Daisy. Mock. Philip E. McGough, James. N. Newell. Miss Alice. Newell. Miss Madeline Newton, Miss Heien M O. Ofitbv, M If s Helen. Ormund, F. P. I'ears, Mrs. Tliom.i?* pe?asco, Mrs. Victor. Fnrcault, Mrs. A. Potter. Mrs. Thomas. Jr. Peuchen, Major Arthur R ItOtl --hlld, Mrs Martin. Ro< enbaum. Miss Edith. Rhelins. Georg.*? ItoMble, Miss H. Hoiiies, Counteee of. Rulmane. C. Ryerson, J. ? Rreraon, Miss P R Rysreoni Miss Emily Ry? rson, Mrs. Arth'ir. Roberta, Edward S. t?tone, Mrs. Georpe M , and maid, ?eward, Fred ?? Bhutes, Miss B Bloper, William T, Hwlft, Mrs I". Joel Bchober, Mrs. Paul. Spedden. Robert Doufl-H Bnyder, Mr. and Mrs. John. Bllvertbern, R Hpencer. Haalfeld. Adolf. .Stacheln?, Max Hlm.inlns, Alfonslus. Smith. Mrs. Lucien P. Holomon, Abraham. ?"Uvcv. Mrs. William B Stengel, Mr. and Mrs. C. E H. Spencer, Mrs W. A , and maid. Blayter, Miss Hilda Syvddcn. Mr. and Mrs. F. O Bteffenson, w. R. Strauss's mald. T. Tucker. Mrs J B.. and mald Thaver. J B . 1r Tausslg. Misa Ruth. Tausslg. Mrs. E. Taylor, E Z. Taylor, Mrs. E. Tucker, Gilbert, M., Jr. Thome, Mrs. Gertrude W. W.*?olner, Henry Williams, Richard M , 1r Warren. Mrs F M. Wilson, Miss Helen A. Willard, Miss C. Wick, Mr?. Geo. AVi.-k. Miss Mary. Widener, G., valet. Wiiener Mrs. George P., and maid. ?White, Mrs J. Stewart. Y. Young. Miss Marls G. SECOND CLASS SURVIVORS. j^ I Laroche, MlaaSlmmoma. 1--1. u'tillani Lohtln-n. William. i be l ?Tan Ahelioni LoMlnen. Mia. Mr. Hanns Lehman. B.riha. Mr?. Hantia ?-?^jg-* Mrg -jg?_ } Bail. Mra A4* ?"" ? Ignore, Mr?. E11 tube! h n!. m ?Kate I ?Amelia Lanlor?). KerMMr?,K a'o. ! Linkkunca. Ml*. Ann... ____?' Ml? K. ? M.nquiav.chl. Emllo. leTJr Ul?"?rd I Mora week. l*r. Krneat. ?tata ?Heane?. Edward. I M.lllnfer, Elizabeth. *!.?_ mi.? Et bal MHIIng.r, child. Keane, M)?* c*1'"-1- ' ???..i.""ii ?.?,.? _-_?? Brown, T. W. H. ??KA?a Brown. Misa Edith. Malle t. A Bentham. Ulllait W. : Ma ?e . Mr.. I Uval ron Karollna. MalK-tt. Master B. E. -ST?MlbO. ^-?rr- (M?nera ur-ini, _n?? w. ' MctJowan, Anna. Cla.k. Mr?. Ada Marlon. Mr*. ?'emoroa, Mia?. Mare. Mi* Flor?n.?a indwell. Altert F 'Mr.. War?). Caldwell, Mr? Sylvan. ! _g_ Caldwell. Aiden <ln- Nye, Elisabeth^ fanf) IKIeholl?. Jaililgk. ("oiiy.r. Mr?. Cbarlotta ? Norman. Ro'*rt D. Cellyar Ml?? Marjorl*. ! Naserael. Mrs. AdelA Chrl-ity. Allee (Israel Naaaan). Christy. Juila _ ?-_ . Charle?. William , Oienham. P ? r c y J. Collet. Stuart (Mr. ?. I ?Thomas). D. p Doling. Ml.? P-nse. | Phillip?. Allca. Lolln*. Mra. Ads. Palt-S. B**?""?? ?"?.???. Mrs. L-iu. iPa-ro. JuMaa. , , Drew, Mar?hsll Davis* i Davis). Mr. Agnes. Davis. Ml?? Msry Davis. John M Duvan. florentine. Dmar.. Miss A. Davidson, Misa Mary. Drtfi-oi;, Mr?. B. E. Encsrnaclon, R. F Faunthorpe, Mrs. Elz (Llizle). Fornvry, Miss Eleln (Mr. Fynnery). O. Gar?l1e ?or Carclde). Bthel. 0?rrc?i. Mr?. Marcy. GenoveM. Anger*. II Hart, Mr?. (Esther). Hurt, child (Eva') Harri?. George. Hewlett. Mr?. Mary. Harper. Nina. Hoi.. Miss Annie (Mrs Stephen). Hoseno, Masabuml Horklng. Mr?. Ella? 'Eliza* Hocking. Mlat N?!ie Herman, Mr? Jan? Herman, Mies Kate H?rman, Ml?? Alice Realr, Nnra (?i Hsnuon. Jennie ft) Hamalla, Mr?. Hann? (Infant ??th I. Ilett, Mi?? Bertha I stt, MIm ?Bessie j. Jackson, Mr?. Amy (Mt?. .Taoonsoni. i K K?Mn?. Ml?? Nora A. Kelly. Mr?. F. (Htae Eannle). I_ Ilitch. Je??!e. Laroche, Mr Juliet (Jo? seph) .or Mrs.). I_aror he. Miss l/oulae. | ririlc. Rosa Portal.!'|?1, EmllWxMrs) . Parker, Clifford D. 1 Par?h. Mr?. Is iMr? : Davis Farrlsh?. Q Qil?-k Mr? Jane Q.il -k. Miss Vera W. 1 Quick, Mis? Phyllis B. Renaldo. Mr? En-ar 1 naci?n. ! Rldsdale., Lucy. I Renouf. Mr? Uly. Rurt. MISS Emll. I Bichar'?. Emily. | Richards. Mr Blchar.U, Mr., Jr. ! Richard?, Emll? Rogers. Ml?s Eliza i ISincock. Mi.? Maud? Smith. Miss Marlon. I ?-'kellery. Mr?. William , (Bhelley, Mr?, Imanl tiai. Stllvana. Bynll (Siiven Lylle). T. Touch. Mi?a Alice Trcit. Mies E'lina P. Tro'itt, Miss Cecilia. Trout, Mr?. Jessie ?Mr? ,i"-?!e Trent). V Yea'?. Jam??. W Williams. C. Charle? Welsz. Mi? Mathilda ?vii? Lsopeld). Webber dUbben. MlM Su?le. WrliC t. MlM Marlon Watt. Mrs. Bessie Watt, Mis? Hertha. West, Mrs v?. ? it, Mfees ('Instance \V. st. Ml?* Harbaia. Wells. Addle. W alls, ,\!.,?t'-r. Wells, Mis?. War?: (Maro. Mrs Flor ene-e, Wa'croft. Millie Warlon (Marlon?. Mr?. THIRD CLASS SURVIVORS. Anderson, Kmnia. Ak?. I.?ah. Aks, Filly. Abraham?on. August. Asplund, John. Abelaeth. Olsu? AN'seth. Koran. Asplund. .-ellna As.lund. William. Asplund. Fella Assay, Marlon. AJul. Bemora. Anderson. Carls. B Brlen. Hanns Bur k le v. Dsnlel Bradley. Brid?t. Bs'lman. Emily f?oe-k?trom. Mary. Dolo?, Motithors Baktlne. l.atlfa Bakllne. Bakilne. Bskllnr. Van*. Bug ns H?.?n? i* Conn?. Coui "?. Winnie. William. r*o'itts. Neville. ?",ur, Eli?n. ?^oiier, (iosham. I'rtbb. T-aur*. Cassen. N'assef. i'onn'liv, Kate. n. Dorking. Edward Drlsooll. Bridget. d,?:v. Eurene. D?vanry, Margaret Drap'ln. Jennie D??n. ?tie Dean. l*r.ram. D.?an (iladv*. Davidson, Mary. Da.il. Charle?. ?Daly, Man-ella Dardell. BUfabMll r?\><?r. ?Ellxabetb Dara?l?-h, Ha??ln. Darawbh. 0<?org?. Darawl'-l , Marlam. Dugei.nou. Joseph E. FJmamie!, Eth?l. r. Faetaman David Frl'hU.f. Mitleenen Fatnal, Ermaaulrnam. (. tllvnn, Maty Ooldsmlth, Emily. O.'.dsmlth. Frsnk. ?in. Hi ash Kat? Gunner, Tonjlon. 11 Hvman, Atraham. Howard. Mary. H?kksrii.er Ki'?n n<srmsn, mida. Hanson, Jenny. Ilsdmaa, r>?, ar Hamann, Morris Hl.lshre.m. IliMa. IUkari?n. Una. Hankonen. Elena J .Ie1?era?, Ivsr. jermyn, Anale Johsn?en Os.-ar. If.e-eph. Katherine. Mary. Jenson <"ari Johanvn. Berendt. Johansiin. <?">? ?ir I. Johnson. All??* Johnsen, Eleaneea . ??. Ilsr'.ll IlellSff, Annie John. Borah. Jaripon. Carl. Jonslls, e-Sri K Kelly. Annie. K"llv. V'ltv Ke.? koreaii. Krl han K? une.I/. John. rn Ab, Tarn. Hing, T^e. Chip, C ? t ! Kink. Anton , Kink, l/oulsa ieCurum. 1'ran.v Kur'im, Ann? ' Karlbon. I.tna? IJndln. Olga LiUndstirrn. lmrie? Lsradegren, Aurot? Undgoeet, Einar. I.ulu. N'_ln VI Mulder. Theoder De Morsn, Bertha. Ma.H??n. Maggie. Meehlan?- Kilen VIcDermett. Delia. Minion. Margaret M in ?<-. Maggl'. Murphy, Kate. Moor, Seunea. Vlnor. He||? Mulvehill. Bertha. McCoy, B'-manl. Kat. Murphy, Norah. Mldtago. Carl. Mes?. Albert. ?:? seeker, Ouilllsmo. M-ssenacker, Ar?-lns. Montar k. Annie. Monhsrek. ?1'irle. Menbarck, H. M? e lormaek. Thorns? vrne?. VI. ?Tarthy, Kate. MecCoj. -lies in, Man* MeClovan, Annla. H. Salmo*, Bertha N: 'en, Ann?. Nelson. Helmlns. I si oil. Jan ? lis I Nee-kard. Said N. Karl. WodaT ?I Marlni. Mire!. Jo??eph. I Nlhkanan. John O ' cvpwver. ?Nellie 'OKeefe. Tatrlrk. ? ? i-e.iry. Nerah. ' Olsen. Ar I er ? >?n. Vllm .iti. Man?. P. ' !'. -son Tine?! K Ryan, Ed? ' Reardon Hannah I B.th. yarah a 'Pehurlln<h. Jane. I Sap. .Tule?. I Punlerand. Victor. 1 3' Ina, Fuen. ?myth. Julian. 1 ?Stanley. Amig. ? Psrv la I Surdmsn, Julian ?Jdblom. Annie ? Istrom, Agte? f ,- ??tr.un. Margaret l?andatrom. Reetrioa. Salk1.-No.-k Anne. ? ! Htranel. Jah?. T. ' Tl nmi rroft. Tita* I I Treunnlsky, Muk ! Tuni'iu William "H. i Turp?n Asa 1 Turkala, Me\ig v ' Vagte. Adele Jane w. ' Winners? nun. AmT Wllkes. Ellen. Y 1 Tazlle-k. Pa'amy i I ?? nl r~i* in? Zulgl. FlBOll. I INK-IR. ?'.lang. | |i??. E-ing ' Tang. I. i*i? I TITANIC'S CREW SAVED. UUHITfMJJHt, C H. second officer. PITMAN, TT. third officer. BOXHAL, J., fourth r.fTlcer. LOWE, ?"?.. fifth offlo r HA1NKS, J . hnatsvv.iln'?? m.iie BAILVTi If, mnst'T-nl-nrms. ePOLBT, J.. itorckaapar. ITKMMINOS. lamps. HKAMEV A B Wlnn?, W. Hor?w?l1 t Parke?, J. Vlgg'.tt. J Drlght, B Me..?r?', I, Ho?? ? ; Osman, F 1'oinrderstre. J. Be?ley, J Mcfiougb. n M>**Caruiy. t. Melle?. W Evaii- K ?. Pet??rs, W. Hopkins. B Hog B rot ?i.l. J. Jones, T. Ersns, I Arrher. F Rrl. ??. W Flltt, F. lajea?. W Bymons, c; An?derson, -f. Jewell, A. I ?Jearrett, J Church. F Harder. W. Hlfhen?, R ?"?liver, 1 H'imnhrles. F ras.?.?. C |y?e. .! I ?l.vnn? A R FIBFIMEN* AND C0____ PASSERS. I'odeais. gai ?? " Hendrl' k?on. F A B Aven*. Doei Mason, (.treet. D_re Spnrkmsn. Frjer. rrimmlns. Kerrlsh. Ollvsr. Dvmonl Perrj' sheath TSylor. J. Taylor. W Shears Frederick? Cavell. Priest Blake White. t\ Und??' Pearre No?s Hunt Oodl?r Thra?her o*Con*aer, Besch?m llchh Comtve? ' ?"?rahsm Clsrke Miir<1o?'k Munis? ' Allen Bin?t?d I Senior. P?lboun. I -:no? rasper Dillon. IfaUeean. ?HEAT, c, T.. s??i?tant ??oond ?tewsrd. HARDY, J., ?econd rabin sti-war.. F'RENTI'E, F.. a??l?tant storekeeper. ?fTMITABM. Ryerson, W. E. Re?-le. S Morris. F. Burke. W. Harknell, F. Keene. p. Thomas, A. C. <?mft?r, F. Year?ley. II. Knight. O. Raggo'.t, A. Wheatley, E. Utlejohn, A. J. Stewart, J. Thomas. B. lytJCS?, W. McKay. C, D. Harriaon, v. Trow, O McMlcken, A. Brown, E. Ray. F. I?ul?, F Etehe? H Te?sln?ger, Crawford, ("ullen. C. Punnlngham. .li.hnftone. J. Ward. W. Guy. E J. rfropyer, R. JOEOHEN, . 8. A. A. A S SAU U . t_*cr. Gibbons, .1 W Wllllania. W. J. Seward, W. Chapmsn, J. Aneltew?, C. Mittrage. A. Nlrhola. B. H l'hlllaniore, II. Tlm-1. E. Wlllgery. J. O. Witter, J. Hart, J. I'earcey, A. Pi lor. H. J. Hvliind. L, Bon, F. Hslford, W. 8. I>wl?. A E B Savage, I' FoUy, C. Pugh. A. Msvnard. I. EMI?. J. Wlndei*nk. A. Plmmon?, A. Martin P. Boss. H. '.'oigan. J. Ilai.!?|. k R riureeirlilt, W. biat bsksr. J. BCBOE.?*'*, C, baker. Mii.t.s, ?'., batcher. Bt'LL, I', plate wa?h?r. WRIGHT, Vf.. plat? waaher. WHIT EM AN". <*... barber. BOWKFB. MUs B., restaurait. MABTIX. Mis* M , restaurant. MA.ViU. ?VAIL kitchen clerk. VrKWARDEBMBB. Ptap, Miss g. I KeUuraa. Mr?. I Gold, Mr?. K. leather. Mrs. E. i Martin, Mis. A. ! Si. an, Mis? M. Jeasop, Ml?s V. I Gregaon. Miss M. , Smith. Miss K. Bennett. Mr?. K. i Mar?d?n, Miss E. i Prltchsrd. Mrs. A. I Kobert?. Mrs. ! Koblnson, Mr?. N. I Irving-ton. Misa I I Bliss. Mrs. E. Slocombe. Mr?. ! Caton. Mis? A. M Ticked up alive but dlsd In boat. TITANIOS MISSING LIST AS NEWLY REVISED Following is a corrected and revised list of passengers of the first and second cabins on the Titanic reported missing. The revision of the second cabin list is not yet complete, because the officials of the White Star Line said last night they had not completed their work. They may not have it ready until Monday, as they do not expect to work on Sunday. The revision of the first cabin list is believed to be accurate. FIRST CLASS MISSING. Andrews, Thomas. Allison. H. J. Allir-.-n. Mrs A litaos, Mis?. Arueave-rUa, ttamoii Astor, Colosal J. J., and mans, mutt B. Baxter. Qui?**. Ueattle, T. Brendels, i: Haumann, J BJon itrom, H. BIS? kwall, Stephen W ..iik, .1. J. Brady. John II. Bl re, Arthur Jackson. Butt, Major Archibald. C. Case. Howard B. Cavendish, T W ? ieorg* Qulncy ?-. Iley, K. I*. Man rvant <?f T l>. M t'ardeza. <'.u Is??:-.. Frank. ?'?.rr??n. F M ?"orran. .1 I' Chafe?, It. I. Cbltholm. Robert ?loiiipton. Mr. and Mrs A T. ?""nmpti.n, A. T., Jr Comptos, Miss I R. Cornell. R. C. Craft >n. John B. Crosby, Edward ?*> Cummin*,'?. John Bred ley. n. Davidson. Thornton. Bull?-. William C. Dott-tiM, or. n. I Evan?. Ml?* Edith, P. Fortune. Mark. Fortune, ruarles Foreman, n. L Franklin. T. I* Fianenthnl. '! ' ? ?Putrdle, J. C. ?Tee, Arthur _ OoidschmUR, t^teeewa ? Orahsm, Mr. oieiio. victor, Quss? nl elm. Benjamin. II. Bawksfor-1 XV J. Rsya 'ha-les M Head. Christopher. I h. rbart 11 IV E Hocenbelm. Mr?. A Harri?". Kenty " Harrison. XV. H Heyt, W r ? ,. Htrklr:?. Mrs. *?** ?*? Holveraon, I M Isham. Ml?? A ? Tullin. H P. XaVi.1. Birnbaum. Jones, C C K. Kent. Edward A. Renyon, F. B X' ?tier, Herma Lambert-Williams. Fletcher Fellowes L.ng. Miiton C. Lowy, E. (}. Line?, Erncat H. Linilstro? m, J. I?ri?.K. J. H. . Llnnroy, Edward. M Msgulre, J B. .Marvin. I). W. M?*?'a?Try. T. McOaftry, T., Jr. M ? m tin, Timothy J. Mil., r. Frank D. Mtnshsa, Dr, W. m. Meyer, ?-Agar I. Moll D, II. Maikiand. Moore, ? 'lar? nee, and manservant. N Matsch, ?Charlea Newell, A. W Nlcholaon, A. B, <? Ostby, I ?'. Orlea, s. i II i mu?, Alfred T. F. "Partner. M. Austin. 1 ? '"? *J porter, Walter Cham? berlain. Parr. M H. W. r ira, Thoma?. . Mr. B. Beuchlln, Ji.iikheer J. O. B?i?'Mlna. Wa.-Wnston , A.. 2.1. Rood, Hugh B. B I Huso. B .Imane. C. Rothschild, M \rthiu-, S. Sllvey. William B. Spencer. W A. Stead. W T Steh il. Max Frolicher .. laldor, an i man ser?.ant Btrsus, Mrs l.-Mnr Button, Fre.'.eri.-k. Smart, .lohn M smith. J. Clin? h. 'Smith. B W st. irart, A A iBnilth, !.. P Tausslf. Emll. Thaver. J, B Thon . d V Crtichurtu. M K. V. Vnn.lerhoff. Wyckoff. W. Walker. W. An'erson Warren, F. M Whit?. Percl?**el A White, r.lchard F. Wldener, ?'?? **? D msBMrvsnt. V.ett. J. wt? k. n Williams, ""?-?ans. WrlKht. tSeergm. I Manservant of Mrs t Stuart white and ?|P:?.-ti, Samson. Ashby. J?-'1" th. C >w, Fdaar. Aagte, " Andrew, Frink B ft-tee, Bev Thomas ? ? amn H " Brown. Mildred. Brown. Ml SECOND CLASS. K. 1 Karin?*, Mrs ? Kantar, "".?tina. Mrs. ! K nicht. It K? ?ne, Imnlel . Klrkland, Bev. Chas. , Kam**, Mi? F. O. : Kevnaldo, Ml??. Krlllner, Jnhan H. I, r.ntKh. rimrlea ' Lawrence. O. 1 Biterr.sn. Robert J. ?Butler. Reginald. Botsford. Hull. Boweeneer, Solomon. Berrlman, Wllllsm. Bracken. James 11 Banfleld, Fred. Bright, Narl. BslTey, Percy. Balnbrldgo. Cha?. R. C ?"?arblnes, Wiliiam. Clarke, Charles. ?""Oliver, Harvey, ?'orey. Mrs. C. P. Carte.?, Rev. Einest. <*srt-r. Mr?. ?'oler:.lue, Reginald. Chapman, Charles, ?""tinnlngham, Alf. Cen | bell, William. Corbstt, Mrs. Ii eue. ("ua'.inan, Jehu H 'hapman, Mr?. Eliz Coutnder, Brie, '?ott.jrlll. Harry. D. Dearon, Per'-y i e.i'. Ima, Charlen. Dlbben, William. li* Brlto, Jose. Denborajr, Herbert. Dr?w, Jam?:? Drew. Master Marshall David, Master J. W. Dounfon, Wl?llam J. Hoi Vario, Sebastian. Del Vario, Mr?. ? Eltemlller, G. F. Enander, Ingvar. F. Frost, A. Eynnery, Mr. Faunthorpe, Harry. nilbreok, ?liarles, l-'unk. Annie. 1 Fahlstrom, Ame. Ft?, Stanley W. O. (?reenberg. Samuel. ?ru-kMl, Alfred. Glllespte, William Gilbert, William. OUI, John ??lies, Edgar, filles, Ralph. ?ill.?, Fred '?ale. Harry, '?ale. Phadrueh. ??arvey, Lawrence. If. Hlckman, I^onard. Hlrkman, O?rle. Hlckman, Stanley. Hoekln,', <;e,,rge. Hold, Stephen. Hood, Ami. ros?. Ho ."?s. H?nry P. Hooking. Samuel. Hait, Benjamin. Harris, Walter. Ilarr.-r. John. Harbeck, William H Hoffman, Mr. Hoffman, ehlld. Hoffman, child. Herman, Samuel. Howard. Benjamin. II ward, Mr?. Ellen T. Hale, Reginald. Mlltunen. M. Hunt, Ceorge. J. .Tai-nhnon, Mr Jacohson, Sydney. Jeffery, Clifford. Jeffery, Ernest. .Tenkln. Stephen. Jarvls, J?>hn D. I Krlne Hume. Taylor. | Woodward , lyyson. Bobt. W. N. I Lamb, J. J. ! Lengan, John. ,Levy, R. J. j l,ah'lmen, Wttl. Lah'lmen. Mr?. M I Manto'.la. Joseph. , Marshall. Henry. i Mudd. Thomas. Mack. Mrs. Mary I Meilers. William. I May berg, Frank H. ? Meyer, August. Mvles, Thomas. Mitchell. Henry. M ?? thews. W. J. I McKane, Peter. Milling. Jacob. 'Mala hard, Noel. Morawe.k, Dr. ' Manglova? ?-hi, Emilio. ' M? ?'rae, Arthur O. I MiCrle, Jame? M. M? Kane, Peter D. i Nasser. Mrs. ? S'easen. Israel. Nlcholla, Jos. C. ] Norman, Robert D. N.i.-. ? r. Nicholas. O Otter, Richard. P' Phillips, Robert ! Ponessll, Martin. Pain. Dr. Alfred. Parkes, Frank, i Pengelly. Fredk. Pernot, Rene. ' Peruschltz, Rev. j Parrl?h. Mr.. Davis. 1 Parker. Clifford. Pulbaum, Frank. R. 1 Roger?. Selins. j Renouf, Peter H. i Roger?. Harry. ' Reeves, David. 8. Sword, Han? K. S'okes. Philip X sharp. Perdrai. S.dgwiek. F. W. Smith, Augustus. Sweet, G*o?-ge. Bioste?tj. Erneat. Slenien, Richard J. Sobey. Hayden. Slatter, Miss H M. Stanton, Ward. Slnkkonen, Anna. T. Toomey, Ellen. Turpln, William J. Turpln. Dorothy. Trouplansky, Mose? A. Tirvan, Mrs. A. Turner, John H. Turner, Mr?. Tuner, George. V. Veaie. Jamea Von Drachs'edt, Bs.ron. W Wilhelm. Charles. Watson, Ennes. Ware. William J. Wels?. Leopold. Warmen, Mrs. Werman. Mis?. VV'?rm?n. Miss. West, E Arthur. West. Mr?. Wh.'iidon. Edward. Ware'. John James. War-, WIIM.im J. Wheeler. ?XdwlB. We retan, s.?muel. T. Trois, Miss H. NDSMEN Clark. Brailey. Hrelcou*. Hartley. I Carpu'hia's Captain Gives Nai rativ of Work of Rescue. PROUD OF CREW, HE SAYS "All Survivors Have Been Very Plucky," He Observes, but Does Not Let Them See Ice. ?Befora th? Carpathia ?ailed once again yeeterday aftorneoa on her sadly totear raptad v?,y..?'? i" ib* Mediterranean. C?p? tato a. a. Roatron mad?? public the ?port p. has MOt t?. Ill?; CuaUPd fompany telling an wvarnlabed tola of th? raaeua of t?'c Titanio _-_rvlfora. The report, written on tin? regular .-(ulloiuiy of the Carpathia, .1 i? R M B. ' ar] Api Oenerml Kanagei Cunnrd Btoamahlp Com ; ,ui . Ltd., l.iv-i j.I. Blr i beg t.? reiiorl thai at 12?-- a. m. on the ''.i . IiihI l wi Informt d of ur-genl ale I,... . m< e. ?? ,i .'ii 'I Itailic, with li.tr 1" H? tlon l Immediate!:.?""1 ?Mp turned .. an(j ,.,,, in courue for that f?????? ... being then flfty-elghl tuilea 8. __-_.. If) from lier Had head? of all department? called and Ismied what l con?ldered tne ne eseary order? t.. be in prepar?_Uoa for ?Uiv ??in. IK-'I ? . At ? M a. in navv t! n- half I PplOt " I i,.rt i???w, ? iking this for grant? ?i t.. i ? ?hip Bhortl) after w. sighted our drst I, eberg (I I ..I prevtoualy had lo??kouts doubled, knowing thai TUanii ?had ?truca Ice, and ao took every care and precau? tion?. . ,, t We soon found ourselves In a ?<*11 oi t>? ?Tg?, i.ig? end sin ill, ami had t?> wter com ?? everal timea t?> clear ne and ? I? ar, iiwht airs. gan, beautiful!) clear night, though ?lark H ? Mopped al I a m . thus doing die tance in three hour, ami a halt, picking up the lirst tie.it at 1:10 a. Bl . l>oal In .g? of an officer ?n.i be >re>ported t?? m?' that Titanic had found?!? ?l At I JO a. m last t'oal picked up. All ?ur i Ivors abeoard and all boat? accounted I r viz. nfteen lifeboat? alongflde, one llfe?hoai abandoned, two Berthen boats alongside ,., on? ..eeitiuii upward among wreck? age), and according t?. second officer (ejenlor "tlicrr aaved) one Bert hon boat had not heen launched, ii having ??>t Jammed, making sixteen lifeboat? and four Berthon ?Accounted t"i By th>> time we lia?! cleared first boat it v._s breaking day, and we could dis? tinguish the other boats all within an area "f f"1" mile?. We also saw that we were ?uirounded by iceberga, huge and ?mall, and three miles to the N \v. of us a huge flelel .f drift ice with lart*?? and small bergs in it, the lee field trending from N. w. round by W. ami S. to q E , ig far as wc ?ould see either way. Gives News to Californien. At A a. in. the Ley land S. S. californien came up. 1 e.<ve him the principal newa mid asked Mm 10 search and 1 would pro? ceed to New York; at 8:..0 proceeded full (ipee?l While searching over vicinity of ??ifa-ter und whil?. wo were getting people aboard I guvi? orders t?> get apare hands along and awing In all our boats, dlscon ,,,.,., (te tails an?l hoist up as many Titan1?" boat? as poaelble in our davits; aleo gel aome on fo'castle deck by der rieks We K(>t thirteen lifeboats, six on forward dec? and .-?ven in davtta. After getting all survivor? aboard and while sear? lung I got a clergyman t?. offer a short prayer of thankfulness for th??se saved and also a short burial service for thoae lust. In the aaloon. Before ?iecidlng definitely where to make f,,.- | ? ?.nfe rriii with Mr. lamay. and though he told me to do what I thought heat I infe'ini'd him, taking everything Into consult ration. I considered New York Iknew we Hhouiii ?require more provisions. clean linen, blanket! and so forth, even if ire weal to thu Aoorea. An molt of the passengers ?aveil were ?women and children, and th?y wer.- wry liv_.tei.cal, and not knowing what meillcal attention tl.?) mis'ht require, thought It I. st to go to N>w York; also thought It irould be better for Mr. Ismay to get to \ w York or Kngland a_ soon as possible, _n.i knowing that I should be out of wlre i, '" communication with anything re? n If 1 proceeded to the Azores, It left Halifax Boston and New York. So chose r ft?r as we would require coal, clean Unen b"nkets and so forth. '"Again passengers were all hysterical ?,.? ce and pointed out to Mr. Ismay fhe noss.'bimv of seeing Ice If we went i.',lit x Then I knew from the gravity U>r \bl t lskster that It would be desirable to Se?g In touch with land station? all we lC0_Ul2_a ?lea??-* t0 "y lb*t *u ???^v0^ lave been very plucky. The majority of the women, first, second and third classes, lost their husbands, and ?onsldering all have been wonderfully well. Tuesday our doctor reported all survivors physically well Our first class passengers have behaved splemlld'y, ??King up their cabins quite vol untarlly, end supplying the ladles with cl'thes and ho forth. We all turned out of our cabins to give them up to survivors, saloons, smokerooms, library and so forth also being used for sleeping accommoda? tions. Our crew also turned out to let the etem of the Tltanl?* take their quarters. I am pleased to state that owing to prep? arations mad?* for the comfort of the sur vlvors nono are the worse for exposure and so forth. I beg to specially mention how wllllngb and cheerfully tho whole of the ship's com pany have behaved throughout, receiving the? higin'st praise from everybody, and I can assure von that I am very proud to have such a ship's company under my com? mand. . , _.-....-_ We have experienced very great difficulty In transmitting news, also names ?>f sur? vivors. Our wireless Is very poor, and sjraln we have had so many Interruptions from other ships and also mr ?safes from shore ?principally press, wWc-lVme *Ai?ent*AL : i save Instruction! to send Bret aU ?-?mf,a* \ messages, then nan:, s ?f oenoenaen, then survivors' privat.? messages and tb? IMC preM messaVes, as I con-ridered the three I nrst Items mosl imnortant and neeeeaa-n*. I We hail hase early Tuesday morning for several hours; sgaln more or less nil Wednesday frnnn .'ir?a a m to I /-W Strong south-sotitliw-st.-ily *Mnd? and clear weather Tuesday with moderate rough sea Captain R?ea_ron readily a.-.-epted re B-wnslblllty vester.lnv for the scarcity of ' news from his vessel between Monday and Thurs<lav night. -I exer?*is?-<l absolut.- .-ontrol over what the operator eent.** said he. The Captain's Idea of News. He filed ? duplicate of the report of the wreck which be sent t?. the Cunard com pa.iv Monday night, he said, with the i issoclated Preea. He conet?dered that this ;:e. which. It was learn?**!, contained twenty-four words, told the entire story. ?*l signed the message with my own name,'* he ftdded, ' 1"" I d'1"'? know whether It got through.** Hamid Thomas Ci-tlam. wireless operator ' aboard the Carpathla. corroborated the captain, In saying that this brief message I was the only one of any kind sent to the ? new --laperB. "We certainly stung them," said he There is little doubt, however, that the Carpathla and the White Star company were In communication with each other, despite the lack of news at the White St_r offices ?luring the long wait for the Car? pathla to span the distance between the scene of the wreck and her dock. The Rev. P. H ?**? Hogue. a Roman Catholic prleet Of it Cesare, Quebec, who is ? passenger on the Carpathla, said yes? terday that Thursday morning Captain Kostron railed a dozen of the more promt gmnt of his men passengers Into hlr quar? ters among them Father Hogue. and com ! plained to them that the White Sur Lino was ac-using him of giving the news of the disaster to the newspapers from day to day. The captain expressed great indignation, according to the priest, at the injustice of ?uch a charge contained in a wireless message. The Carpathla sailed at 4 o clock in the afternoon, lacking eleven of the passengers who embarked on her a week ago Thurs? day It Is preootned these voyagers had had' enough of the sea. In their place, however the ?unard had hooked five new rmjssengert toe th? famous rescue ship, ,Hiking a net loss of only half a dozen passengers a? the result of the Carpathian ,,art in the Titanic disaster. Captain Rostron was so busy yesterday testifying before th? Itaate I ??mmlttee ?tad getting ready to sail that he had to m ,?l bit report back from Sandy Hook by th.? Pilot to be delivered to the Cunard agent In this city for transmission by ??able * Tag general manager In Liverpool. He ?d .t L.Ven ha\e time to go to the Custom House and clear his ship. Surveyor Henry sent a m:?n up to the Carpathla Instead with the necessary papers. Fifteen minute? before sailing time H. 8. Bride the second Mar.onl wireless operator aboard the Titanic, both of whose legs were crushed in a lifeboat, was carried ashore I the shoulders of two of the ship's offl ' ? He had preferred to remain aboard the 'carpathla during Thursday night and -? yeeterday morning that hl? Injurie? mlgh*# be treated there by tho ?hip's surgeon. West street showed a remnant of thg crowd which tho night before bad pre????! the rigid police lin??? In front of the Cunard piers. Men. women and children came to watch the passenger entiance to the pier, apparently hoping to see ?IHM straggling survivors of the great sea tragedy emerge? Sign? of Grief All Gone. Instead they saw onlv such activity ag attends the departure of a steamship top Europe any day of the week In the Chelseq, district. Outside In the ?treet hastening groups of passenger? with bags and mmXWt kets, baggage-laden taxlcab. ; Inside, friends and i.!afives shouting enthtialasti?. iar?well? to departing one? who linger? -1 on deck until the pier had faded from. view. Tt was Impossible to realize that title had been fije ?cene eighteen hours before of wholesale human grief over an Inde? scribable calamity. A committee of Titanic ?urvivors, con? fisting of 8. I* Ooldenburg, chairman; T. O. '?"rauentlial, treaaurer; Frederick Kg Seward, secretary, and Karl H. Behr, W. E. Carter and 1?\ O. S peed en met at no? a aboard the Carpathia to draft resolutions of gratitude to the officer? an?. <lew of tl.? Carpathia and to present to Captain Tto.? tron a loving cup. Mr. Krauenthal said the comml'tee h.?d been formed last Tuesday aboard the Car? jathia and had started then a .ubsciiit" i list for a fund to relieve the suffering an?! destitute among the survivors, and that promises of $1??.?0C0 had been obtained. The committee held a meeting Tur ; / morning, another Tuesday afternoyn and still another Wednesday noon. It v. a* learned, In the Carpathian saloon, i ?j last one had taken on the character of n'A Indignation meeting over the failure of J. Bruce ismay to appear and assure the s ir Vivera that the White 8tar line would lo<>H alter the helpless among them, when Mr. Ismay arrived and gave them the assure anee they sought. "Very 8ick Woman" Cabin. Both survivors and Carpathia passengers agreed that Mr. Ismay kept In almost eoeai plete se?luslon In the doctor's cabin at_.ai?X the Carpathia. which had been turned c\< t* to him. A sign. "Don't Knock," had been, pasted on the door of the room, and it w.14 explained that a "very sick woman" occii-. pled the stateroom. Mrs. Ismay did not share the room wltt? her husband, who was busy mo?t of the time until the Carpathia reached hot, 11 .? writing reports and messages. One of the pass??ngers said that Captain Rostron hai lent his superior a suit of evening clothe?, so that the tetter's lack of raiment was na bar to social intercourse. One of the first of the survivor? to re. eeive the aid of the survivors' comtnltt? * was Mr?. J. J. Brown, a first cabin pas? senger, whom the committee s_nt to the Ritz-Carlton. Mrs. Brown lost everything she had when the Titanic went down. Yesterday forenoon the committee found] Miss Alice Phillips, a second cabin survivor, whoso home Is In Pottsvllle, Penn., In the Strand Hotel, In West street. She will b? sent to Pottsvllle. The members al.o a:a planning to send Mrs. Alexander Lauch. .. n English woman who lost everything, ba'm to I/ondon when they have been able tot find her. Those who promised to ser. 1 thrlr sub? scriptions to the fund as soon as they lend?. ed are Mrs. John Jacob Astor, Mrs L? on ard Gibson. Mrs. George D. Widcner. lire. Arthur Ryerson. Mrs. Turr?*!l <"avi. Mrs. W. S. Marvin. Mrs. J. J. Brown and) the Countess de Rothes. The subscriber? to the fund are headed by Mrs. William A. Bpeaoer, who has promised ?".y?. Others ai-i Mrs. William Bucknell. Mrs. William M. I'larke, Washington Dodge. R. L. R, ,k? with. Mrs ("?orare K. Stone, Dr. M. \V. Krauenthal, Robert W. Daniel, Mrs. .?". ?H Gol-Jenburg, Mrs. W. E. Carter, Mrs J. Bradley Cumlngs, Major Arthur Penchrn, A. 11. Bathworth, Mrs. c. h. Marshall an?! "C. Q. B.,** the last named for $1?*?). * ENGLISHWOMEN CALM Two Survivors Try to Evada Sympathy and Aid. Theri? aro many kinds of heroism. One* Is that of the women from the Titanio who lock their troubles in their own hearts an! male- no appeal for public sympathy?n??| that It would not be given them freely at .-. time like this, but that they feel unselfishly? that others stand more in need of it than* they. Two such models of the John Bull spirit came off tho Carpathla and went to a, public restaurant to eat! With a city full of people who would have Been proud to entertain them, they ate alone and pal?**, the bill out of the meagre store one of them had sav?-Hl from the boat Then they* went to a boarding house known to one oj ih?m who had li?-en In New York before and hired a room' "We feel we n?-ed not be dependent 0% charity,'* they explained last night to th. Tribune reporter who found them at the home ?if Mrs. Nelson H. Henry, chairman of the Woman's Relief Commlttw. "W<?j feel sur?? that the company will have to refunil us the actual expenses we incur, if they can nev?--r repay us for our sufferings. Wo women will get together and demand payment. IOally, we don't realize wtu-tj has happened. That Is why we are so coo!,. "We are not asking for eympathy. Out* loss Is nothing compared to that of som?4 others. We were alone. We did not hav4 to Lave ?l.ar ones on the ship. We were*' strong and well able to stand the exposure, We wanted people to give all their eym?* pathy to th?- women who really needed It"*? Mrs. Kanny Kelly, an Kngllsh woman? did moot Of the talking for tho pair, a* bet. friend, Misa Marion Smith, was busy tala?? ing insurance with General Henry. * fea, we lost everything, all our clothe* and papers. I had to get a suit at tihfe dock. I had on only a cotton flannel night?; gown and a blanket. 1 didn't want to bother tho people on the Carpathla with. my ltttl?* needs. So many people were it? awful distress I didn't want to be In the way. I just found a blanket and wTappedj myself up." Miss Smith had the consolation of an ac?i cldent insurance policy for ?50, which, how?, ever, would not cover the value of the clothes she had lost, she said. Until that materializes and until the women receive recompense from the steamship company* they are forced to receive financial assist-, anee from the Woman's Relief Commltt??*-, Asked if she were willing to talk about the disaster, Mrs. Kelly said "hat she wa4 still too stunned to remember much, but she would try 'We ?ere In bed in the second ?*abln.'* she said, "when the ihock came. We heard It distinctly, but didn't think it was any-? thing serious. Hear that?' I laughed, ?'Frald it's the. Ice,' my friend answered. '?However, we heard people ruahln* eround and shouting, so we went out. We met the steward. ?' "Go back to hed.' he shouted, 'or you won't be able to get up in time for break?, fust. This Is nothing. We'll be off in half an hour." ?W.1I, you know that wasn't to be. 1 can't talk about the rest, it Is like a hot??* rible dream." CRAZED BY THE DISASTER Employe of Castle Gould Says It If Work of the Lord. Hempstead, N*. Y.. April 1?.-David Burn* an employe at Castle Gould, the estate ofj Howard Gould, at Bort Washington, wen| violently Insane to-day as a result of read? Ing and talking of the Titanic disaster. Burns announced repeatedly that th?J wreck was the work ef the Lord to -punisU the people for their sins, and finally he be? came so violent that the town constable Isaac Smith, was compell-Ml to call as? sistance to arrest him. He we? sent ti Kins* Park Stst* Hospital for the In? sane. ..?.