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THE SUN, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1913. In wlrfless 1 if I ft itlvlilrr) among them the .-hi Iv lntr passengers mill lliiil li' tntnl I'M'tlnl VlltH t.2'Jt. title of lh""se vvir.UsH inrfhsKi's Mild tlmt about loii were iiiN.i n?. Iiml lidded I lint lh Til ri uii ii lii mid I .a Willi nine vWio ciulsliu hear thr sretio nf the iiliiiniliinitli lii nf llii' Volliirn i ran hlng fin" two boatloads (if passeligol s Mini ll.lil escaped from (he burning ship mi Thursday morning. 'I'lirn1 Is vague lliKH, theirfore.HS In (III- oMU't number n( lint iiml teecuod. I'or (lit ir'.M-".it s-I'-hm.-ahlp officials lire standing mi 'In' 'Itpirrs given Ii.v I hi" cnptii n nf lii" .' irniiilil.l -liJl eawd, l.'di-lti.it by dnnvtilm n. Hit-. Thn whiles i i m ! i diii thr ("nr. mania and from other i.liips, that liad a putt In tin' rescue slti over tin- raufc rf the tin" and do not mention how tin; Voltnrnn' ! lahtivcd while they m' facing di...'i 'lime l merely the utatrtnent tli .1 nn .spin' am which took place In the fore I' nl ol tin ship killed niembcis nf the run' mid piissmgcrfi ami set tin' flup on tin' Am nearly n i in In- hgureit out the Vnltmno wits ali.iiulnnid at a point In tho mi an vvhlcli Ik aliniit "nn mllis norlhca.-t (if while 1 1 1 'lilanlc t.inli and 1,."U0 llvis win: loi.t nn A lull II, 1012, Tin? bcctn1 of Tliurjd.ivs dKisb r was ilnnilt l.'.n iiuL'h i ail of Newfoundland and wed In .1." it . i . h 1 1 trink. Till' O.lU'llo, VMIilll Willi till' Mil. ill St of the i ...ii. 'in I..,-. .' tlitii' shlpi, wulih ply lunula ,.oU i., llillfiix atui .Ni n VulK, U..H .'.nil., i.. , lni.it, having bu n built hi iiii..h"w i. .in yiais ago. mi this oJuku nlii! r.mlid cmlgruhls from eastern Hump, I'oliioks, Lithuanians, Jews, ISiuviiiins' llunKarlann and other natlonalltiu -who ni l o siekhiK linines 111 ! Catania or tin 'I di, ted Htatis. So tar aa J Uknoun then u.t. no lIiiKlbh or Atuerl- I cm pfnpli' iiiiiiinL, (in p.ii".HKi'r.i, Tin i ucii s.b 11 .11 f 1 1 1-1 111I1I11 ami .iiu III till' ftlillt.i. l)f tln.Mc abnllt riKllty a to ln!e lain Infinity or miiiII lllllil1-!'!!, J'Hn ..;uJiiin oltk'i'nd b I'apt. l iili'M in, ,i. I'iih Ulllu-r II. .Miller, (.'lilif Kninii'r I). I'pw.ir, fursion II. C'ailvr I'ursi-r William 1 1. Drown, Anslst .".ill I'll, 1. 1 1. 1 1. I.iiik and Chlof Stuv.ud II. M.ilili,. Tin! ululiKs o.THturH who Mill nu. tli," S ii S rail tor help wuio l'ud (hi" day man, and 0. J, IV iiiiiinu'iii. tin- nlxlit man. Tin' Vollurno'fi iMi(Ci win not laiKi", i jii l. tliiK of M't lout of ilon-i-onibiiJllblu "lU'iii i i , ni.iiifai"tiiii'il eotton Koodi, mm it il 11 ii. r and liquor. Sin- ialli il tinm lio ' ' i.i in on iii ioin-r i' lor New York by m.ij ol llallfiin., win ii- fhi- was diii" next .Ucivl i.i It ii?p ins Unit' tin- Vi'iltiiino hhs bit t'lt'd . i mil and .nn fm a day in so .hTi . th.' llii Maiti'd. Ullnr wi-m-Is had I d Hi it llii' In : 111 Atlantic Wat oil IU hid behavior. Il wan mirh wiatln-r as l tnii-n f."iii"d by ni igatoiH whin tlo'j" laink of broki'ii nh.ift!?. of tlri" or of othi'i iimuis .iciili ut.i. lirinaiiln I ' t r nl In lirl .Nrit. Jt atiin.i that tho .xplotiloli H lilrh railed tlic llri- oiL-iiirid oailj on Tliurtday inuin la. Till' Volluruo'M wlieli"K invli iit I 'di iid imini dlatfly to Miid oiu tin; call tor htip. (be ti 'U S of the Intel national code. Willi- ('apt. Inch and IiIm olllceit i'ic tlKhtni'j the ilame." forwaid and try ins to c.iliu the (cerae the two .votnm ncn In I he winder loom with rucniliK out iivcr the cc.i, kiiowmi; that uuiiiutoux nuns hci ! within 2ini mtleM. A& it n.i: lei id, the call icaclii'd ttn vessels, sum uf ...ilp s,eeil liners, others slow i"r"i,,.it tjats. All that iceelved "the cull tucred about in . Ii in,-il their course and mace such speed as bulk (nBll)fcs ctJuld SlVO them In heavy weather. Tho fai inanlA," "laitboujid, was thu tlrst to plik up thu' call. Thu Curiaidvr was only sev euty-Hght mtli's frbm the Voltuino when Catit. Uarr leurned that then, was work tmitinir for hts men. Ttio I'armanii was running under her usual bp'od, but Capt. H.irr ordered Ids ciikI iii ei". to crowd on steam and uive the ship all of the speed Unit could be made. A double Knee of stokers was put to work and their eltorts nave the ship twenty knots. The I'lirmanl.-i leached the Voltiirno about hVmsii (nut Capt. H.irr leiiliied at Hlanee the ib-sperale slliintlon of the Vol tunic's i-ompKiiy. The Immigrant boat wa all allr at the how. sihe was point. d with the wind In an effort to keep the tlsmcs from inakliiB their way aft and viiis.-ns isirdliiK to the wireless news, maUini; Utile or no headway. Hi eat waves were breaking over her, The gale was" terrific mid there seemed small chance for a lift boat, but ("apt. Hnrr, undoubtcdl) believing that an ef fort whs Imperative, directed I'irst Of ficer Hardiner to make an attempt at ri.'ich'lm; thn Voltuino. The lowering of tlm lifeboat was accomplished only after xtruordlnary cffoits. Time after time tile sea pi evented the boat from being dioi'peil. Seveial times the first officer and the lifeboat crew were marly 'dro'wnid. l'lnallv Uni diner got his boat away from the farmnnl.t and attempted to make progress toward the Voltiirno. It was an unavailing tight. Oars weie weie ltWeii or torn from the hands of tlm crw. Tlib Hist officer and his men tnig(ili"l for two hours to reach the Voltuino mid finally were coniuered. rapt. H.irr saw that It was utterly hope less to attempt a transfer by means of small bonis. He (tied another plan, iikiii'kuvi Iiik the big ('unarilcr to the lee of the burning ship and utteinptlng to get neat enough lo cast 'llfl' lines. He managed to get within inn feel or so of the Vnltutim's stern, hut II was impossible to Bet a lino In the ship or to devl-e any plan that would i suit III taking off the passengers. Th" ('.irinanla people could sen hundleds of the Immigrants ciowibd aft In the Voltuino- Thesii people Were terribly fright em d and made pathetic appeals to be s.iyd. Theie.was nothing that could b done then, The onij? hope lay In a pos sible, abatement of the florin. Uerman Ulner's l.lfehont PmIU. Tin ii the other idili'S that hud caught Hie wireless ujipcal beaii to show on the horizon mid to loom near. I'irst of all was the Noil Kill i man Lloyd Grosser Kui fuerst, which cmiie up In the late after noon, The big (5ci man tried Capt. Harr'H lurtlen of lowering small boat and of i . It'll. 1t.tr 1. ..II. tllll, .lie ulnrill 1t.il I. n'l.u ... v. . ' ' ' , . u. less No nmoimt of courago or deter. . inlnallon .mild get a Ilfiboat nnywluTo ., .... ., near (ho vnlturho 'lb il .nian sallius were ii'oalli.l to th. ;. ship nfler their 1 bout h.nl Hourly b.r n .Mi P.'-d. ' v C'npt. II.1II s WII'.I'S.I l.iiintoia liad never ciiisi'd s mil. u mil appeals, and hour by .hour thn C i u:i iiiii got wonl (hat inom.itliliiH weie uppt o.ichlng, Cris rtitly thn , lied' Star Ivioonland nlmwed In sight iiml, then as. thn bonis passed tlitln como up 111 turn (he ficlghbr Seydlllz, boiinil (or Jlrvinrii ail'! thn Car i;,1Ht ; Touralne, , Iho fast icncll liner, bound for lluvui; ttio Minneapolis, the H.mti.-i. i 'x'slck, Atmu Musku, Tunku Musks, Jad hannoek.the C?ar, tho Narn.ganset, !,, S,'fc" Mll-'Hrs'.:" ..Un" Ulaeiun-I.i tho iMivynlafti Huiburi.. U Mtixim, inul lllbek. Tii peril of tho VoJturnu'H pf-HsoiiKtMs n4 cifw. wnM ho appureot tu all of the lOnimUIlUflH IIIUl vain rui , ji ............. ..... ...... ..... ' I piuHi-iino inu siniiiwii y o.. luiiuitill (lied thn ilenperulu pXpeUlmit of b.werliii; email boa,(H. Most of the ships ,,, ,., onoUKh hy dusk to sen that the lire wim 1 working uft ntcaOlly, and Unit the mml. The Lost Liner, '' - -'. ''. '' 1 ' I ' .V ! ' V-' tfc 'v:tci- twn f -s $z ;py . ... " ' t,m9Bi ' ' ' V y?' HjBsSSSSSEEy'''!'!' I sti;i'ri8i (M.intH on the Yoltiirnn had very little t'hiineo for life (iiiIchm a inlrncle wan wrouttht or the mil bceanie calm. The ten vessels iiiiiiuruvred carefully to aeon out of each other's wav. nn kiiii.II problem for Mich blu ships Bathernl so thli lily In a north Atlantic blow. When n'Kht came and the led llaines fiom the Voltiirno weie cbarly visible (o the pus- seiiKcis and cres of the ships slandlni: b.v the Kale modem led a Irllle. The tlrosstr Kiirfueist ilinppn another boat and this time the oarsmen were able In make moie of a IIkIh. Hut In the end they gained nothing ami had to return to their ship. As the nlnht Inoicused the Voltuino wna a spectacle, of fpnrful rumination. The whole scenii was as thousli brill Iantly Illuminated city had settled upon the face of the mean. The ten ipsrulliK ships, bright with their electric limits, hovered as near as they dnied in the vc. sel thHt Has allie and inlKht be completely swept before a llfo could ! saved fiotii her. The nolo of the storm was so preat that thoe who listened rould make Utile of what was oi'currlnu" or hoard Die V..I. turno. ( iccaslnnally they heard crle-' which mluht have mrmt anything besides HppeaN for resiiii". There was no knoiv ln whether Capt. Inch and hN oltlei is weie tlahtlni! a panic as Hell as lire No situation of (."renter suspense or moie tr.v-l lim to seamen or passenger could helm ilKllied. i The Carinanla, the Kroonland, l.a Ton- rains and the other ships kept the watcis' as UkIu as possible, sweeping the oeran with searchlights, caitlni; ovci boaid IlKhted llfebuo.vs and waste soaked with oil. There i was .i chance that some of the Voltumo's peopb" had Jumped Into the sea or had o.-caped dronnliiK when the lifeboats weiu slu islied. Occasionally tho wireless opeialor nn from the burnlnc liip. line of his reoits was encouriiKlliK. He said that the tire for sopie reason bad slackened a little and was not sprendlrnr aft rapldlv. He HalJ ,l",t " lla'1 ""'"hed the boilers and the engine room and that the steam pumps mid dynamos were out of commission, lie hud beep obliged to use reserve bat teilcs for his wireless and the appiratus was not working vvij well. Une Man IMcLed l i Kroui Water. Shoitly after this, or at about i:30 l M. Thursday night, people on the Cai mania he.iid a cry for help from the water The Cunarder swept her search light over the water and soon distin guished n man who was being tossed by the wavev. How to rescue him was a problem, A sailor volunteered to let him self be luwered Into the water. A lino was attached to his waist and he let himself overboard, taking a chance thm ., ,.,.. might dash him against the CiirmanU's ' side. Stout swlmmlnir hrnorht i. i.i.i reaching distance of the man who had I 1 f"r ""'I'" one of the Voltumo's steerage passengers who wore a life bell This man had either iiinn.eii rr i.. i. M or had managed to keep mioat when' tho .....i iiinjimm were ilestroved. other cries were heard during the night, i Steamship Waratnh. Hiitish. Left .. , rlvX'Zt Trti'TT ffV"! "r '"""V" :,,,:,b ,'!",!'' NVV,T I --tVL'T.'.'Jhi h":;,, (Heseio";';!"""- I snips saw what ni.o....e.i ... i. .... ... . Plosion III the fnie At il V 1 wheie',,1;: ,V:m.fs';;,!,e Mk.1; wreckage was vomited Into the re.lden.-d darkness. It was thought likely Una Caiit. 1 ,.,,,.( Inch was using explosives to iiiri.i i,l march of the tire. . The stotm continued throughout the night, but toward dawn the wl.i.i .ii . creased and the h.. I.. '.? . is. ... . . . . ?'"? 1 Kei "inoother. r.very minute of the daikriess the ottlceis and crew of the ten lesclllnir shlou l,...l been on duty, watching and waiting for ' a chance to lower boats. At davllght ilu.lr .,i,, i, ,.,i.,. .i.ijngni .11 "I'l'''"'"" came. All of tho waiting steiimshliiK loot i,-,i-i In the. r. sen.. rri... u... I., i.n ..,.1-1.1 --" in in", ih'.k lliioi - hood of the Voltiirno was covered with HfeboalH The lin-ilu iiimi .. . .1 (. t. ' , i.io,iiB. 1 Pel oats iippio.iched the stein. wiiein tiie hundreds of passengers ami crew were gauiereii. anil in turn took i "'i"ri i r.uis Ai.l.mi rraiis, itiichcl Km on loads of survivors. Some of (he Vol. k.iwskl. Al.rsm Kiitkeviskl, I'alie Kutk.mskl, turno'H lieoi.le le...,...l l.ilo th.. .....i l !''"'-' .Ktll"wsk). I'lislke KutknH.kl ltl. were hauled Into the lifeboats. ".... '. "." ". ...i.i The risciie.l were pretty well distributed among tho ten ships, Ihe Kroonland mid tlm lirnsser Kurfuerst taking on the grealer number, I n.i between them. These ships urn on their way to New Voik Tho Carinanla. which has eleven. of the rescued, Is expected to teach Uueenstown, where tlm ('uiiiird Line has ordered her to put In, to-morrow night, although she may bn delayed hy her work of rescue and of searching for two missing boat loads of the Volturno's passengeiH. THE PASSENGER LIST. The list of sleeniKe passengeis of the Volturim, as given out by tho offices of the Cranium Line In (his city, follows: nrtiche (Irnsitnsn, rhniie (Jroiiniaii, Iiwolre (IroHsinttn. IU (IroiKiiiun. t'Voliiie (triiNMin.ui, Kulerlna (Jlln, l'uiillnu ixtti, Hella 7.iiHlnutkl. ItlU'hsl ssloivskl. Ahrslmiii Kluir, Wolf lieKsc held. Msrlen tieltsrheld, i1 Chune Deltsrhelil, I'liuje Ilull.uku, Anlelii IIhiiuI, I'lliehfs Italiliiuw lu. Mine ltoen kraiiis, Lefser t'elOhaui, llersh FelfeliNin, Ituin . Demcler. Hutsel Mani'sik. t'elifn I Iu.wtI., Ii"a...r rfiitulA 1...Un Ul,..l.l.. Hralim HUenle-rg. Morys'ii i;iii.lier, .lnf I ' I S f II b S T K. MolflC 1lerilll.ll. V.flt-T H.iri.llKVe Mm' Muryrs, Ihe I.enrhlky, nter Len.hlki, ibel l.u..vlk, Hehmen Lasovlk, Mumliilsini !:Jn,,ir," ,"."', J".n'" MarlannR Lnjune, Ilrntilnbiw l.ujnnr, I'mle IMUk, Mike IMIak, iinhin I'llak. (.'Iiaine 1'lbik .. V"' ,'",?"'l,e.ll. 'V""?".:1 Zsdvcraelim Igmiiie i .."'" I." ...., ...,... ... hni.ou.lllli. IKI.KlK i Kailvroiilnu. Mlrhtisl r.iiilveruslui.i laiwrencv .iliiveri'Sii.ii, i-aui Aaiiveii.iiiia. jhkii! lillinl einky, l.lev .luim, lluvo Tiiinlle nlnk. Malku haseunlk, Ahrshuni hli'iiherr, Uuvlil tllii. nieniii't, Auitela Marcsec, Al.riiin Uoldln, .li.sij T.isii, rimne Tuntt. J'lnvu lllks, Curl lllk, Wehol VVIeti.trd. Hlfke Wle hard, Hllna Wlel.iird, lisehok Wlebard, P.ivld Kiir imiiakv, Tn olke Itpstilk, llerseliel Zliifus. Kuierlua I'elo. Josuf Mllanovaky, i:(er Itnvln KllsN. .l.mn Wlloslnsky. Mlrhttl V llnaliiskv, Clialm Ik-eiiersky. I'elKe VVslm.tr" JJir' Lewlcko, Kisfen n'rreenwskt, Kutuaa HfllW.ir llllllltcf Ft tl.ia.n I .,,!.. Cli.ll J1i'', ,'rl"1.. 'rb,. Ms.;i iniboVs. K. hIm (lrnti.,e, H.iryh llukvnn. Alrx.in.lsr Knnt knuskn, lluehe Dakawi.r. wi,..i..iJ.,. . . "-xevrya . Some.. el.eiikenlrx. Ncvi'V.1 K. 1 .k..l.". "i 'o" inia n n Vlnesiirlftivlrr., Isak True s.rsl, ii...... '.ui'1 "'V.'," ,'"n;v Hsrhhelm. ll,..!el h"b"" "ar"hlilTif,mrlJh'' np'''' '",,," l'"niii. Nlkolny lieducU, r-rt.irkh Walk. Ch.ii. Her CJaptain and WiWT''i,l LP I voiburno Sett 33ecVc 7,912 LIVES LOST IN 24 DISASTERS AT SEA DURING THE PAST 15 YEARS s'eveii tliousaiid nine hundred and twelve livis weie lost In twellty-foui of the most tmport.int disasters to men h int vessels within the last tlfteeii years. The list follows- Steamship Titanic of the White Star Line. Sunk In .inllIlon with Iceberg. April 14, 1912; 1.39S lives lost. .Steamboat Ocnei.il Sloeum. Jtuined In the Kast Hlver Juno ID, J'.iul I.U31 lives lost. Steamship Klcke iluiil. Ui.it oil coast of Japan September :, 1011', l.OOn lives lost. Steaiusuip Norge of the old Thing-alia' line. Wiecked oft coast of Scotland June 25, l?fil . filtl livr s lost. .Steamship l.a Houigovne of the l-Vcnch i Line. Smik In collision with Krltlh sail- Ing shin Cioinamsliiie oir s.,i,i.. ni. '"B hln Ci omart shiie olf S,,i,. S land .Inlc 4. lrn 'sm lio. i.-i i Steamship Slrlo. Italian. Wiecked off f'l" IMIiw August 1. lion; . :i,-,o In,.. lt. Stenm-hlo Mntsu fi,o ..!..,. ........ ss....i, In collision near llukodate, .Maiih 23, I I 90S , HUH lives lost ..... - i ""''.""".'l1 I HIVMllos. flench. Lost III ::. 1,1 """ i St eaiubo t i.iichni, ""u- Lauhini I hunt. i ..ltl.,l.... ". " 'II . Mlllknwkl Illk Mlllknwkl. Abrahum .Mill knwkl. Itm-hel K... hnl-kv. Mei,.r silver Wlktorlu Wjek. Kdward VVvek, laid- win VVek. Jeliann Vek. Msrla Jurjrawa, Jurjuma. Wlmlsrlieu .lurvesUM llenrlnlli. 1 ...,... I . "'dwlit linnnlli, Hlnn Htnesvnsnler. Hsr- '!r.a 'i!,.,,Tn,.,rk!,; f ".""'!"r W.".W1 Aiitos.'liln. Marin S Inielder. I'lstn Sehnelder. A,, HelmelUer. Mlin.lt fennel, ler, Mlknlel Zurn. hnw ski. ...in .urui-liouskl, Nlkltszuk. ,.."r"n" I'sri hnssrsky, Ahrani l'iiri'l.ii.irk I Inine 1 '.ireluimil k ', Jiui. kl Cat '-nos.il skv . I n, Pariiimirskv. I'-rl IMrelin.arsUv lii-ll,. I'Kr.lius.irslii W..L. ,.l i....i,iin,. ai.iU i"rn... KiiiKiinsKi, si. mi ivnlKimskt. Jiilne Knt knwakl. Maria Mkaln i, IVIIx KlorwHikt, I iviiiiiinir llliriieiii, l.llie MeiiiuiTK, l it i w . Steltlla rg I'ersan Atlp, lii'l'si linn KllplTstelll. I'en.lnr Kllb.lls, David Mllslelu. I'li.rn llurmn ill, Vel.ni.t llurifl.l.lll, .Inliti J.ililnivilka, lliisall.i Jalilowelka, Helen .lalilou elka. I'lilage Jali limelka, Valel.a ,1a Llmvelks, Knln.ili Jatilo welka, In-an Skakulii lilmllry Hkiiwnnessiik, IkiikO" Me.le, Maria VulkOHskl, Klnrld.i VinUnskl, Hi. mi. wlslswa Vlltknwikl, Jelve Villkinvskl, lleiuoa Yulkim'skl. l'runs Yutknuskl, ivtrn Niklt uk, Uliijliij Nlklt7.uk .Inn Krawei'kl, ,l..r Leuuiidiinsk). An l.inlu tlebl, .lull SiiK'., Henri lloiliilieKe.in, Slilorkii, AiispIii Ton r. nnv, lii ruiiinli" Tuw -n-uiix. Victors Tnwri-anx, CInk-sii, Villi, van (.'Itnes.l, Hnvo Knlli-r. Allan, sltiikril. Miilai.i Zdlepan. Mile Zdlejan. Mlehallu VinkuvU, I'eler llr.nuvlr. I.mle (IragiiVle, It.. Ii. Vu eiille, Mlhiven l.uvile. Mllle l.uvrlr, b'leavai. Hpaiinvlc, Htfan Iljellvuk. I'eliin Ksiltislnovle. iirngie lliieain, liaja Uyurlele. Adam (Ii-zko. I'ear Vnulen, Vint rhef Mllossavletl Mllko Hiigdallnfr. lwan Mlireovle. I'awel I'l.lili', Mile l.aktas. I.asi. vviills, Al lln Vantiln. (illsn. I..IU. Sleavu , lirl.uj.ik, Iteil.ire Wiislll. Is. I Joseph ClI.Hk, I'eter Knsllllc. I IJuln. 1 minimi, I ulna llaliplu, .Vlarllll I'assill m; . .. . . (lulr.i I'ei'lg, H.ilru Posave.', Staiiko Moil.- miileil lo I'nsl I Ills t rsr. JKr-rb'.'i: s;,onaKuwHaV7'sb,,.!l"& Vllai ,.1. Ciancls li"l. of the VoUurno lias (.'vlllc. been III the service uf the Cranium Sluiiin- Haz.ii .alibi. Slespun (lallae, Mnitln ".ee, ship Company lor the last live ycais, al (IJuro Miinulc. Aili.in Hlinh", Sojuu M.ijsiorn . (hough ho was made a cnplaln only llvn Ml'e,,s!;,l,Owim'l';di;,vh:,Hm K"r'"'' Murk" I months ago. when he took chill go of the I..120 V.irki.ple, Mils, Vorkople. Mnx Voltiirno. He Is consldei ed one nf thn Mlljentivli", Ktepaii Mkiipllu, To1 .r Pet- best olllcers III tho employ of the Uranium si vie, ,-vnoeiK.i reiKoyie. I'liit I'elknvli", ' MIIiih Hvnn. PriiRlc Vujuii.ivlc. .Vllle Tuniass. vie, V iisn Mm tin. iv It , lwan Hunch, lwan Hurdle Mlsko I'urKuvic, Mile Mociin, I nan l'ltn. vie, Milan Kiihiidi", J vn n I'riislr, Hade Viul. Nlkulor Mllteeile, (IJuro 'I i rlamilnuii le. Warn. Terilalllowli", Nlevo llldellle, .lossph Hflaikl, lllrsui WnJIbliiHe, Jnse Ktetli'le, nievo ivruweevii'ii, i-ereiueir I'liuiioii'kl Joseph Kacrowtkl. AUunls llojko. IMojr I Kasikou, PhwIo Hnlkowskl. .t.iph Hiiiitsk, , Chtlrn CM.tlnlr. Iwun fllkowlei, Nlhenty 1 '.ul. I'letr Sllkowskl. Michael Inkrwlr, ilenrg Collin, lwan l'lottur, Hiutilsli I'nskowskl, Hunilon .sliuokevlc, Slmlnn Kawrllnk. Mum. sej V.lukuvlr, Alsx.'.lukovlc, Mstewlcii Zulku, Dumlnh k Huba, Dllnllll Kawarsw lUtn. I'sndro lte(iilnvvlez, Snlinei-i Aw Ilk, Hwulen Kloravvrle, Mat Inn Hlswlnc. ran Hlenllir, Korno Hltwlnc, MIJI l'ric, Viihii Crelf iivlc, AmtreJ Korontku, Mlarn Hiikulown, Yen Mulkewhl. Lurvv klillil tVIczak. Anrinlii Aurluikl. tw on l'r.erlnnwskl, Con- iHiitln llnhulsky, Michel Hnwskl, Lltn Halo ciiva, Wlaillinlr Kriisiiw ski, I'.lln Siihciiyn, All. hael lluh.isi. Kill ICilvleuskl VYIkent)' li'it, l.slser Kllklna II, Kelliu lieriuan, IVree Iti.Heiitiiiric, liersh iluatrfi, Yoslp Narninaer., J.ielsr LVclewsku, lluynrn Ccllpowlc, Uyor Byoklc, lllr 1'unhui h; Ccrk Boats That Were Smashed by Waves .K"vV.w :vr JHl.V?.' Ill V t I I - .S. V'ol'tarno. 'i IVinc l'lind Sound, l'ebru.nv 12 1 ; ti T . 1VI ilVes lost Steamship Mohegun of Atlantic Tran port lane, wi.rked ijt the t.izard, tol-i 1 1. lv'.iv i;. , 1, ;,,.( Steanish'p I'oit'aiid . sunk in sirirtn off (i'-ipe Cod, Nov cjnljer 17. '' IT,7 le 'lost. Mleanishlp l.lb.iu, I'leneh . Mink In col IU-.iu L.l i steamsiilp I Worn Isl ind T;tHh rtT.i11"! In torm off November fi. l'" . 1 AO vn lot. Steamship lvooniliunii : wrecked April 3. li'l 1 ; lull lives lost. Stiamshlp II. i lln. Hrltlsh . vweckd off Hook of Holland. IVbrmrv 21, I!i07 I VI lives lost Meamship lmperalrlx. Austilan l.lovd ' wnckijl on Cape of Crete, lVhiuary !". I ' f I" llv lost. Steinishtii Valencia, Anierlcan . wrecked "lf Y""'","M'' Island. .Imiu.iry 22, lrOC; l'-'lln'' ',"", , , , ,. teainshl lilo de Janeiro. IMciltc Msll ""'' "''' I" "'b IV.ih. Imo harbor. l'ebruai.v 22, I '.nil, 12s lives lust Steamship K.iptan, Turkish wrecked In .J 1,1 "(1 " ..-Hi., .'oluinbia. American . wiecked - .V.,.,,., wreck.,..,, Nftttli Sea. November '.'it, IHOi rniiippuies, ,x,ni'iiiii.t l:i'i , 100 lives 0,.. s,,,,,,,..,.,. m..m. sunk in collision off Singapore i... . mb. r 1 1, I'.iO'.i . ion live IllfU Hiictiite Pit.li Vuli'tP. Prnkn Vulelli". Iliiue .ll.i.ll, Ivol'iili Mipsln l.,in K.ilail.t K'W.llIn I. esiovskt. Inilll si"wii.'ir. rennpi Sew r.or, .Vi.ilre,, l"ii.irln"tl. si i in t'rani", st.uiko Mr. rii.liitv ii Allien l.nyti'i Mnril. ). Kiltl sriiiiiu. Nli'hsl O.SI.H!'. Igtuttl S.MHln. J w all Ileszko. l'..i.ii;lll IpiNZkn. I'lnlro ltiiko. Wasp Hiifrku Itsslln Huske II. ii.zkii, S'll.tiiinii We. Iislr Itlwsi'ln K.iImmii. ili.lf Mi. uiiK.irt S'lkiii.ij vv.ii.ili m. MiirlalAlirii1o.nl l.ln&.r Ibnoiltitf Linger HAD INTUITION OF DISASTER. lnutil enio ii Mhm Telephones Line vsliliiK vlioul Milp's vri'lvnl. Samuel S.ibsin. who lives .il 12s CuKoti stieet. .Mount Vet linn, lecelved the neivsill.g. wnicii is oniv .iiioui iiinv nines inn i of tin" dls,..ir ill ,1 curious Way Ids i f.itlnr and mrithei, .Mleh.iel and Lieln. S.ibsin of Vitebsk. I.iss,i, w. ie p.isseii- , gels on Hie Voltuino. List night Mr , Snbsln called Ihe .. lilies of till" I ranluiu ' Line by phone to liniulie when the ol liirno vv.n expected at tills port. n olll cial told him the news that bud been re el Ived. "1 felt soinethiii".' was wioiig." s.ibl Mr. S.ibsld. "I had a feeling that I ought to telephone to the line." Ills father, r. 7 .vcirs old, mid hh mother, ,'. , sailed on the Voltiirno for the purpose of m.ikliu their III sit visit to America. The, n was no way last night to detei mlne whether or not the Sabslns weie among the iisiucd, CAPTAIN ONLY FIVE MONTHS. ill 1 11 roll's nliiek) l' in in miller I'rn- Coinnanv anil has never a fore had a sel lous nccldi lit. Capt, Inch Is III i in h old and Is a na live of Kiiiil.inil. Ho Iiiis a wife and two children living in Kent, near Loudon, The (list wireless message of the dis aster vmih ncelved ill New liiil, fiom ('apt, James C, Harr of the Cunaider (, maiilii. tlm tlrst ship nt tile sci ,nM..i,. vvi .i.Im ... "ln sasti I. When thlH inessage He of i go was Hist tianslaled It wns ruipposid that Capt. Inch was on hoard lh Kroonlniiil, bound for New Vork. It was later found that ho wns on the NariiiKiuisett bound for Kuropc. Tho general manager of thn lied Slar lino sent the following message to Capt. Krlehohm of the Kroonland. believing that Capt, inch wan on that ship: "Alter consultation with Thorn',. Cranium Company, strongly recommend that dipt. Inch and 'yourself prepare Stiiteilieut of the disaster uirll give It lo (ho priss by wlnless and also wim tlm mi i in m of siii'vlvois on board the Kioon. LIVERPOOL MAY SEND STEAMER FOR BODIES Owner-; of Yoltiirnn Fnil in Al- Ifiiijit to Charter tho .Miickiiv-Hcn notl. JIAUKAX OKKICIALS ACTIYK Officers nf .III Fated Steamship Well Known There for Several Years. llvurvw N. H 0,-t. 11. ti H. Hann.i, general malinger for Mnckrnv.le ft Mnnn. owners of thn t'ranlun l.lne. which hid the steamship Volruruo under charter, lled to the Halifax lepiesenlallves tins evening to make ever.v i ffort to uhtulii ,1 steaiu.slnp to An to the scene uf the dis aster pi s. ap h of bodies of victims Hector .Midlines. IC. C, then upon w'ned the general manager of the roinnieri l.il Cable Company In New York asking that company lo allow (he i able ship Macknv Hennetl, now In Halifax harbor, to be sent on this expedition The Markitv HenneK did similar Work after the loss of the Titan. c A reply was received at 10 o'clock to-nU-M that owing to urgent woik which has to be performed at oin e by the .M.n-kav -Hennett It wa Impossible to chii-tei the ste unship for the purie. After consultation with shipping men In Halifax it was found that there Is no suitable steamship hen that could be ob tained to go to the scene of the cat. is- . trophe and lieiiera! Mnn.igi r Iliirma vi.ih iidvisid V.r this. ; At the same time It was siiggi'sted (o : 1 1 1 111 that as the place when- the Yoltilino j was binned is in nuib an a steamsinp i iiilld be d. siatcln .1 from l.lv.tpo"! or 'Mlt tin tn ,t. in for the purpos" n MUlckl.v than fiom llul.iax and li,.it it would be mole uis there to oblain a ....l.nl.l.. ...... r unit die eon". ! Intense Interest was taktn In the dis aster III Halifax, us the ship wns bound for this port and has been calling line regularly for several .vears. The ottlceis of tho ship are ver well known lure Capt. Trancis Imli, n voting but c.ip.ibli loinmandcr, mid II. I'. Milbr. the chief olllcer, are tigarded as (wo of the most popular men In eoininnnd of any of the ships calling here. W. I. Hi own. (he puier, Is also very well known. The Volturrin. In common with the two othor boats of the 1'rntilum Line tin Campiim-llo mid the Cranium, s,i tnun ltnttetil.im to New York via Halifax. i -turning to Ilotterdam direct The Voltun .. Is the smallest of the thn e Wiats anl heavy weather alwa.vs materially ioV"ts the sliced of her passage Hi r average lime from Ilotterdam to Halifax is eleven ibi.vs, but bead winds and gales made her trip two .lavs longer. Coder ordinate conditions sh. would have I il due In Halifax on Mond.i.v The Voltiirno had irnong her laigo of fort tons for Halifax (wo thousand kegs of he i rings, SISTER SHIP SAILS I milium Will l)ela Trip id The Seiireli for Itoill.'s. Ihe ste.iuislnp I nil, inn ! the I r.iniiiin Line siiiled l.i-l lilghl from 1'ier ''s. south llrooklyn. Ini l.'i.tlerd.im I lei inldiiin, Thomas h.nl orders to go to the spot where the o!turuo sink anil spend a day .'Ir.'lniL' .iboui in -mh Ii ol bodie- Cipt IMnard n lliomis, manager of the New Vorl. olllie of the fi'.itiiuni Line, bis also wlied the llalifns ollli e to char ter a boat to search for bodies. If ,nn all' Itillll.l llie viol i" nn ill ..."'O .iiei i burled at sea. It w ill take the Cr.ll lilin lour or fb (I.i ' to le.ii'h tho pl'iie ol the toltiirnos Mm, will be lib rilli,, .,lid of her leguhll eilslbollllil n.lllsn iilee( irom New 01 k lo liotteiilaiu Alter a day ol i ruislnu about the muiiiiv where the ill t.itcil Voltiirno went down i ,,) tflHsl will lontinne on In Kollei- iliini, whieli the Cranium makes fiom New "i ork in I wev k days I ho Crimlum s oftleers did not seem lo think hist night that Ihey would be sue (cssfiU in picking up any bodies. Iho lut wonl ol the disaster to ivmli lliein c.uiio through a i iihletirnm to I'aul I 'our inn n , gein'ral passenger agent of the line, Irom the I Col It-1 I m 1 1 1 oftltH which snld thai only nineteen llersolls weie r. "Polled as missing This despatch puylo.l the ofll.-ials of Ihe lino lor miiiii' time until they innstriied it lo lilellll that nit. etc. li persons hud been picked up, bill were on ii limit the name ol which was not known nolhor mi r.nge seemed lo clear up the mutter when It reported that the Kiippaliiiniinek hud res i iied nineteen persons from Ihe Voltiirno The I ruiililiu is n li.oO'i (on steamship, which is ulioiil :i.l.u I lis more limn I Im olturiio, laisl night she critrtcd with her eiKht I'lililn pussetigefs, Hu sleeragn pus seiigijrs anil a crew of nlneiv She vi.is adverllsed lo sail Hi .'. I', M yeslerdiiy, but didn't leanve until after 7 o'clock The ship j wns held torn number nf Jewish piissengers ' who couldn't make Ihe limit at her regular I sailing hour on account of Ihe Jewish hull ilnv I The I'riihilim has tuonly-fmii' lifebonis umUseven rails Tlm hiriresl lilnlioat bus a ciipiiclly of fltiy-nlue ihthoiis, anil l he olhers of Irom folly to tortj-flvn. The rails ure suld lo Im capable ol holding a great number ol persons, Tlm I'miilum. vm feet lung, was orleinallv tiie Avoiu of thn Hrltlsh linlhi Steamship t'n, lik,n I,... ,.Hrl.l I v w(it'iio t t.o.t ot.n mil i'ii , moirtaillls Ol iinniigruiils brtwis'n Kuropnaml thn I'nlled Stales. A year ilfto 1,400 pHsseusers enme over o her on one trip. WAS LINE'S SMALLEST VESSEL. Ill I'Hled Volturuo Wnn Well lliliilpped for Life NnvliiK, The Voltiirno was Ihe suuillcHt boal uf the The tranlum Kleuinshlp Coinpuns's licet. vcaiicl bt'lunniMl to the Canadian The long fur cape is again worn in ihe evening and is shown in many picturesque varieties in Mole, Broad tail, Ermine and all soft furs. The newest wrap to accompany elaborate day-time dress is the sleeve less Chinese coat attached to an undcr-jacket of rich brocaded velvet. Scarfs and muffs are seen in furs of brilliant tints, especially the beautiful natural gold of Martre d'Or. In addition to these interesting nov elties, we are showing exquisitely made garments of the choicest skins in models conforming to prevailing fashion, but thoroughly practical in every detail. 19 JVcst 34th PARIS Norihern Steams'i.n i I'tn, ,ii mid wis i ll, 1 1 ti n-. 1 hy tiie I r.in 'lln CdhiP'ihy She had ,11'iouimodi.tions for .nil.v twelitv linir piisseiigcrs in the cabin ami was used utmost ei ItMvcly fur (he e nigranl ti.i'lc, m which the Cranium compaiiv siecliili s i ' insider Ing In r H.e length 340 f, . ( and lii toot la.'im -she vmih will e.utpp(d with life saving apparatus. Six lifeboats were added to her ritulpineiil after the Titanic disaster, mid ut (he list liov.rn nieiit liisiis (ion, 1 1. 1 i tnli. i i;;, r.'i:'. Cipi S. I). ( 'hurl ton, (he luspectoi, onb red 22'i addltliiti.il life preservers. Tin- Voltuino Iiml a total pa-s. ng. i cirri ing I'.ip.u it v of l.r.i.l. When sh. .v is last Inspvcted at till- t"ott in I lecembi r. I1H2. sin- had the following l'f." s.i.ng ' lUiMI, lt , , Colli teen woodrn lifi boats with ;i i.ipic- It.V of 111)11; two loll.ipslhle litehoils With a i-ilM.lt ot Ins; one loldiug bo it. H'ttlioii rvpe. .'.I; on,. ..rdiu.uy llfiboit. It", inn six tl'e rafts. 1 1 1 Al the tilll"' of llii 1.1SI llispi I't'.otl she W.is . ipnppeil with 1.22 life pi esi. vel I and ble In lis and t e- liiltnht I ll.e in iie.isid to aim on th .l.iii. ii, 'I of the L'niteil States st. ainslnp Insp. ctms In the v.i of nr. p'ot.'t.on si..' h.nl tlnee double a. (ion steam tile pumps and two double action hand car pumps. She i-iiiried (.'ni fict of hose. There is no ii'cord of hand exlinguisheis In the oojiilp nient The Voltiirno sailed under a c r tldcate gninted bv the Hrltlsh Hoard of Tradi and her eUlpm ot met the .leuiands of the C" rtltilMte There were tail le. t of lire hose and two stiam lire pumps The Voltuino was a twin n n vv steamer. 1 mil I bv (he I'ali Held i otnp.iny In ilbisgow. Scotland. In 1'nv.. Mi,. ,. ".unit tons gioss with n sii.d nf It knots She was iHted b.v Hind's as "Al." The Cranium steamship Coinpniiv. Ltd.. is a Hrltlsh 11;. e inaint lining a ieg llliii passenger service Imni New York to Ilotterdiiin, Holland, ami from llotl.nl.ini to New York bv win of llillfav The New York ollii i s a e at r; Hii..,1ivav FIRE VOLTURNO'S FIRST MISHAP. i'mI Iiml Nmt l,ol I'lissi'imrr in rur vv iff. The t t 1 1 'itltUt im it (W 1i;i1 .t ii h it tfritnl up tn the Um' ft' Uii ilU.iMt r III til' HAl'tl '.tS uf It. i'lHliM. th- rtltnimti Stoamhip i ' ii(i ) 1 1 1 h.i ncn r I owl it I't'' h'i .iiu iif iN t'lt.t'ts it ' i U 1 ti h , tu ('h'Imt.iI M an.tT iMw.inl ' Tlmtii.is who Is oftice- h-itge ol tin1 New VolU ' So fai a t 1 1 x t. lift" i il Miin.iU' 'li tltst iif lib-nt ot i'n tin ii . i . i had She I sin i as hlg'dv i ."ii 1 ei ti.. 'Ml ,S( i - ' slid s It,,, the Vol. k .1.1 t, 1 in er l ist a life lied I l I'll" l'f. II, n Special Chauffeur's Outfit, $43.50 Consisting of Suit, Ovvrvoai and Cap to Match A smart NTofTolk .1 ackt'l., wit h Trousers: an Overcoat in the popular Russian Orcatcoat style, and a regula tion Cup all made of a surprisingly nood quiilily ol whipcord, in gray and in Ian. If the whole outfit is not desired, the Suit nia be had at $1(5.00: the Overcoat at i?li.". and the Cap at Mail and phone orders will receivi' prompt attention samples will be mailed on r(iif.t the I trill guarantee of satisfaction or money bad; applies, of course. Other Outfits, $5,1, $7.1 and $12.1 BROADWAY AT 49TH STREET ON StMl't T THIS S I'D KM ONI N reres ,0"NOe 723 urs Street, New York MONTREAL LONDON II R WISE BV H if on MASON'S and g;t Pricfs on Furnr Crpcti. etc.. before ou purchie flitwhfrr MASOiV'S Cor ol Bridge St. and Mrrtll iie. BN0OKL1N, v I , ( . I '.' ii" ' 111 - il -he S.I V I 1 1 I M l-l t 1 . - ' - ' Mill till C. , ' ' s' 1 I 1 'image. In Mm, It. in, "i it s , 1 1 , , tli I i tin urn I 'uni '11,1 1 ,t e di nt-, but en , ,1 Ih, fault be la.il to IP oil i -.-n. in ship I'liiilui.i i aught n Wieks iigo .ill. was i,!..d to on Hallux. This s.ii.i. eii p ,i . agiound tn .l.inn.iiv l.ist m .. II..' RED CROSS l'LA,'S RELI1.I Illllel'Ueilcv I (Mil II. 1 1 t ' Will V"t' iil"v I v ors on v.l"rlvnl Here. Ilobert . .Ii 1'on st. . hall III. ill '' IJi'd Cross intelg.nev lelb.f eo.no' issui d Ihe following stall meet ni. til," Wleek of the Voltllt'll.l att- ten rice with Maior Kline 1 1 - ' rung : "The Kid I'llis ellielg. m llllttie will meet ,1 1 the il" "I vivors of the steamship j o w Will ill rlV'e III N"W Villi, nn 'I eoi. i will toovliie lully iiiid ii, -in' di.iti '' tlletl' preset t II Is Willi till . 'fH tjl, I I ' e of the I'oioinissMini r of linn 'm.i'ioi N unit. -ist. .mi that tin C'.i nun si ship .oiv.p..it will give .in-, t assistant i tn the .iii1uiii; nn tnh. - the clew. "It Is not v.i known how la i lief fun. I wit h, to edul for P ii'i and p . mi. in id nil. I. Inn glfi of n will I'. W.li'Ollte now. Illul the l I s. I I eltliel' lO till' llllli'e of Mil Mil K't'', lo .I.i, nil u. Sihlft. Ii.asui 1 il, ' i'ioss . inei gen,. i . It, i em. mutt-. i will adm in t" 1 1 i Ih. fund ns It i . ,. Is, on of the Vile. I, ol the . Til. Itll.' nn etii'tr of (fie coininitli . e held on Moii.Ih.v, al which th. VI i . his icpliselillltlve n,l I,,. ihi'm it ',. 1 lel'llline II, Ihe liullt III' the lull r ' , tin II il X ,1 liable boll l.ilge ii llii:. i' neiih.l nut nnl lor the tempot but Im tin u rinaiieiil leli. r ,,i h v Ivors mid of those who 1 1 . " to.s of lelntlves iind ot nth. i t . sllppnt t 111 this Wl. '1. Tli, l;. ., . i omilnt lee will I'ldl'.iM'l' lo lii, I ,, liieds lllioil'ih the g. Ill lolls c ' Im'ili" ,is ii. tie . ,s of ti , . , Titanic "