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Woman's Brains vs. Man's.
Dr. W. A. Newman Dorland has written a masterful defence of feminine men tality, which will appear in next Sunday's SUN. THE WEATHER FORECAST, tin. Fair to-day ; partly cloudy to-morr variable winds. Highest temperature yesterday, 76; Pctallcd weather, mail ami marine rrport am IB VOL. LXXXIL NO. 354. MORETHAN400 DEAD IN FLOOD OH GULF COAST1 It) Victims in Vicinity of HAlvwton Property Loss S5,000,000. 1,600 BUILD1N08 IN CITY ABE DESTROYED F.iirlit Steamships Are Ajrroiiinl Concrete A relies of Sea Wall Intact . OH, Tex . Ana. 13 - The death list resulting from the huricane that devastated ilalvcston and tkt tuir wast ef Texas now exceeds 1 00. This num ber Includes III In QslVSStOfl and on the ' Maud west of the city limit- The property hiss, based upon Investl gstion made by newspaper men laith In and out of Palatal OB), asorcgatea not leu. than HMIMIO. This Include th Ismaite to crops In the (iulf coast sec tion. All agree that the property .lam- age in Oalveeton is greater than In l,no A portion Of this loos Is charge able to the fires that followed the storm. Among the large building" wrecked b the storm is that of the Culveston Wharf Company, a landmark In the city. Ilres destroyid the Armour Pack Ing Company's plant and the Hlatrot D-v '.nods Company's stn-r and stripped the Boulevard of hundreds of huildngs slons the (iulf side of the e.ty. The total number of buildings ''es royed In the ilty la estimated at 1.T.00. Kighl large steamers are aarcuud. In rlul.ig the Interned Austrian vessel. Which v. swept fifteen mil s Into C,a1 ,rt"ii Bay and landtd on a reef. Nearly a hundred refugei s w. re taken from this to this afternoon. utile l.ooiiim in CHr Calveston is lint und T martial law. St the Mayor and the police department srr bring assisted ly Col, Millard K. Watts, commanding the Fifth Brigade, t". S A All saloons haw been closed soil there has been v:y little looting. T i irss atOBptd in Its Inslplsacy. by th,' (hooting of three negios. R peaking f oonditloni in Oalvstton, Ma, r Planer said to-night i "The se wall has pioved its efllcJency r , Ualcretoti, thougii lyger.d bj the V a is In good gplrtla, The loss or llfl -o.nparntlvely s-.mll nnd the piop iffty .ore Is not g.eat in VstW of tns BSverit) of the Storm. Wat" w.ll be Ii b) Friday nigh;. You may srv u, t'ie v. c rid hat tne rauaawav will he rftmltt with n 'ittle deli- Boa. The approaches are rt im.vRed, tut the ennocaU archej and sup:' rts re Intact." Tie bodies of twig'ty-tlvc eoi's were p eked up this afternoon on the wsr. end of the Island. uts.de of the citv proper give hundred men are ngase.i in tne work of clearing up the w .. m- This work v.:.l isunie the greater part of two weeks and as It progresses it is exectecl that additional bodies will he found. On the drerlsre bbat Houston forty-ihtee men are said to have lost their lives anil on the tug Helen Henderson twenty are Pel eved 10 hve hn los. The wharf front is intact nr.d suffered aja than In 1900. The heaviett damage by the flood is in the business cUon 9t tbe cit. where water stood eight reei on the flooi'B of store bajtldlngS, The sea al fiom Kiehteen'.h to Thhty-sixth street is praotloall) IWNSOt. In all other plnces. excem In front 'if the Sealy Mapltal, the Boulevard has been undo? miniyj bf the water One a ge hole in the west end of toe wall was mads hy four maatad sch oner whlc i was driven over the wall All of the hath houses Oil the beach were washed over the aai Mil llnnslon Mends I'ood. i' im on officially ton dared aid to oai- vaMon 10-day when a c.immiitee was sec by Mayor Campbell to confer with Vay.; K she;. ArrangnnentH were made to senl flour, bread, rice and other I ivlgloni Fifty thousand loavel of brei I w.ll be sent to-morrow. The water uppl) ii Inaufflclant, but this situation will be relieved in a rev. days Sanitary e anions are b id hut the state Health ftepartmtnl has taken tills mutter In hand. :?i. Ball, In command or the Second Plvlslon, at Texas City, moved fifty wounded aoldlari to Houston to-nigiit f a ipacial train, aiJ IM women and el ' n, tli- families of soldiers, were brought to Houston to be cared for until Conditions are normal. It Is probable th.' the Oovernment will find new r , fr tfce entire division, and Hot! na I offcteil a site WILSON OFFERS AID. Idem Sends Mrausr of lll- palbi i Ualvaataa), iBiitNoTOK. Aug in lraaldanl t.' . hi -e it a ineesag. , r aymp.uny mis a. to tbe peopli "i ii"- Oslvsstos il strict in a tsktgrsm to Gov. I f '-I Ion l n r.- ..I -.hi. The President's telegram in sure thai I sneak lor the whole ,11 in agpreaalni the deeneai distrc.s ympathy r'ut storm should have fresh dieaste. u .on QslVSStOn . mists of your great State Is anything thai we bsr esn do to r help?" Ihei r ii 30 OF A CREW LOST. Disaster bvortastos I be bmers- Stral Hrrilse Kan ItcrimrH. U'AaillNUfOW, Aug. II. OfoClSl con- nation of the loss of thirty of the ne of ine ctovernmsirl dredgi Bas ' I ard In the storm at OslVSStOfl yes- ' :iv -..me io the w.ir Department U I' ... latest news from Oslveston, Texas mil oti.er point in Te.,s Indicate in- damage from the hurricane ii . v k. . .iter than estimated ,1 first. i ii information ooneernlng the drown Ol thirty of the San Itemard's I w .is conveyed in a gsspslOh f''" W.irdid .' i'"l Itlche at OslVCBtOn. His il tpatch follows : 1 "in or RNOINSgga, Washington: II .-I vane Of nearly equal vlol.-nie io 1 11 . less wind, higher water, longer lion. Am gstUng facta rspldl s i - No i utsids pommunlcstloii yeli COSIISSed on .'fli I'age. U. S. ACCUSES CONSULATES. llriti. i, .ml l.rrmin t berated Willi fissailaaj Rsatsalhr . Kan IrBAJMnaabi Aug. 19. Both the local li.rman Consulate BSd the British t'oiisul-tlener.U, A. Carnegie Hoar, arc directly iNMd of furthering violations of the United Htatra neutrality laws in Indictment, found by tin Fed. nil Urnnd lury and placed on record for the first nine to. day, ti.c indietiMnta cover the oast of um tenm.hlp Sncr.imento. which left this steamship Sncr.imento. which left thin port Inst October and which, It Is al leged. .Uncharged her cargo or -upplles lo Ueiman warships In Couth American Water, and also rover tin so-called Orn ish recruiting cases. The RM Mhara of the C.rand Jury did not mince words. Thiy declared that the indicted men ree Ivad the money from Cnusul-ileneral ltcs and the lier- man OSIISUlstS "In furtherance of said conspiracy, combination and agreement and to WTc-t and acomplieh the object REA OPERATED ON AGAIN. ,k artraala Ratllvaaid Paldlait'a ondlllon M SnlUfai-luri ." PHtUIOgLPHIA, Aug. It, -Samuel "ea, i praaldaul or lha paanaylvanla Railroad, wa ODOrated uion last night at Poly clinic Hospital where he was taken ten dnya ago, e suffered fr m a malady whlei, eSUBSd him to postpone a visit to the Pacific coast. ll Is officially announced by a repre sentative of the rallrond that Mi. Hea s condition Is "mat satisfactory." The operation was performed by Dr. B. A. Thomas, a specialist on organic tt ouhlc s When Mr. Ilea first entered the b.s pital a ir.ir.oi operation v as performed upon Mm, The major one was performed Ism night $30,000 LOOT FOUND; MITCHEL SILVER IN IT J Valuables Stolen Prom Mayor'. Other Recovered Folir AT- reaterl on Burgar Charge. m " , . . , ... neteciivei .lames Finnan and (Jus H i... . .u- . , . , Riley of the fou ,h branch luirenu ! - . . tr;(ite, ah men ror Severr.l mill. ihrough Harlem last nlgbl and In rour arrests whlcii followed uni'overed about ISd.OOii worth of loit. Including a large amount or antiques and silverware stolen rrom the Km of Mayor Mitchell mother. .Mis. Mary I'urroy Mlichel. ,u it: West KSd street The detectiv es SS 'wo or the men arrested ate Impli cated in about aeventv burt:lnries In Harlem In the last aevcu or eight months. l.uigi Blooo, a tailor, ii years, old, no i.. nc addraaa, and Prank Banning, yeais old. or til Mast 175th street. v. ere the first two arrested. Thev acc dent II w illied into IH'tectiw Itllei s ! home ai 101 Weal li'Tth street about o'clock last night, when HI toy and Kin- I nan were goltm out. lllley and I'liin.ui trailed them to five pla.'es until, ac cording to the detectives, the men en- i tered the apartment of William Dele- . bunt, at 107 V.i -i I ltd street, and stole I about II mi worth of Jewelry. They were Balls d v hen they came out. hut put UP a flgbl and tried to es. i e on an Ktghth a' anus ii avanoj car. Through Infor-1 rraUon btained riom them at the da. tectlve bureau, the police arrested two in. n in the Harlem Pawnbrokers Sale. 1 Companj al IM Third avenue, at 1 j O'cVck this in. .ruing ami charged them i with receiving stole,, good Tne prla- iners gaid the) were Morria liosen- svveia and Samuel Scheilmer. I Several patrol wagons were I Squired I to take about 110,000 wcith of valuable I ftom the Third avenue sore to the I?- j lecrlva liur.au Accrdint to the dete ! fives thev also seized .-pi us f a j uniting gold and silver p-vyelry. FISTS FOR ANNAPOLIS HONOR. Illapnlea Mioulil He Mel lied SVgV. llnnlela la Told. I hill Washinotok, Aug. 18. A graduate ' o!' the Naval Academy who Is not now in the aetviee has written a letter to Secretary Daniels recommending that the authorities encourage fist fighting at Annapolis as a means of aettling .lis.., it..s "'hi . one of a number of suggestion. that have been receiver! at the Navy the liinuirv into the barges that midshipmen were aided In '"-V. """"'.," -"' ob- , . ... laioeii o ocMous incinous. I Secretary DsnlekVs cori'ei! apondent yyrote in part as follows: "All midshipmen should not only be permitted but hIiuuIu b- expected to fight with their fists ror what is right and against what la wrong in ee:thng all personal affairs, under rules to be for mulated and indorsed by the aunerin Iindenl of the L'nitrd States Naval Academy." WOOED AS CHILD; ASKS $75,000. I. lit harKeS llrilken Promise When 1 tieew I . PHibAOBbPHU, Aug in. Oksrgini that Robert S OBSklll failed to keep a promise lo starry bsr when she "grew up' seven teen-yesrao Id Kstbsryn Abrame began suit for IT5.000 to-day in Atlantic i ii. Casklll is i.s years old. He Is i. retired lawyer and lives in Mount Holll'i N, ' , , , it:. si list leaaii coin, lie her when llM wa. II yean Old. according lo Mian ' , Alirauiee amdavitH, nun dv her coun- !. f i.-r iistrlol Attorney Clarence Otddsnbsrg of Atlantic mty, Ossklll'B wife was living when tlie SSDOlllg be gan, the girl says, and for thai leiusoi, II, , millings bStWSen ber and the law ye, were clandestine. When Mrs (Jas klll died I wo years ago, the girl says, t'.a-tUill prondBSd to marry her when she "grew up." When the alleged prow ae was made Un- gill was 1.. y.-ars old anil wa,i living i nasi i.'uii, inlaws w Mount Holly i II r I In I ii lubes O.er 111" More ' ,H,,,s. LONDON, Aug, I" -line huudieil and nlnetv nime eatiiblislim-ins have been taken over by tbe llrltlsh ( lovei iiinent for the pioiluWIi f wai niutill Ions, nc. cording to an gnnounoeme.il by Dgvld l.loyd Uegrgv, This brings the total of Uovei nmint eniollcd plant up to i'Ji. NEW YORK, FRIDAY, AUGUST 20, 1915. ropyrtyht, 1915, by thf Kun Venting and I'tibllnhing Amorlufloii. FRANK'S BODY TAKENTOHOME AT MIDNIGHT Cranks ami Others Kent Away From Brooklyn Rouse of Mourning, MOTHER PRAISES SON; SILENT ON LYNCHERS VictilH ill LjCttCF llillllCll1 Editor Watson for Kn- iii it j of Georgia. A" l""'n"bile henrs COnapIl nous ror i,r"""'""e ol a unlformod aoUoaman - und tWO detectives on the sent with the chauffeur, drew up in front of a dimly lit gray stone hous. at 1 ili 1'ndorhill ' avenue a few minutes before o'clock! last nlgbt. It contained the body of l.eo M. Krank. at lasl brought to his ! father's home. Although the body had arrived In the city at 6 o'clock In the morning the family had wultrd all day anil fsr Into the night for n favorable moment to bring home their dead, a time when I there would not be a crowd to make their trial harder. There were only about III iH'rsons waiting, -most of I them women, when tbe beanie finally ! appearad, and these were easily kept ,,t t a distance by a dOSt n policemen A rumor paralaaantly emulated among the Struggling crowd gathered In! from Of the Prank home that an at- ' tempt WOUld be made to bury the body re -retly probably aiout C o'clock llris . "' The hearse left the undertaker's shop at H;08 O'Otnok last night with Herat, j vld TmJSZTTZ Stales and Pavid MoClttng aboard. It i sped quickly through tbe streets, stopped i ror a iiiomi in at the home or Charles Strauss, sexton of the Kighth Avenue " TamptO, to pick him up. and six min- 1 u.is alter tne start urew up Petore the l'rank home. soiiuils of i riihin ... the nolle- men lumoed down and stood on guard wnlle Strauss and his ! helpers opened the door or the hearse IVZJ,- . 1 ..... ..; ' o" tilZtjZTl forth and sounds or weep, tig came to th ears or persons in the atieet. Strauss carried the Supports tor the coffin Icslile first and a low wail of deepest gnef was heard. Than tne black coftin. op, .red witli a purple cloth, was lifted and ca, -i lad up the steps. As it entered tne door a woman burst into iiasslonatc reaping and the sobs of V",rr" " ."' ' em,i aim src into a ,,.,,.- on. a - .i i.ti in inni - tnroug.i that lighted dear cams tounds or soirow Hint made some of those who WgHod OUtalde mow nervously and then walk off into the dim places, Su 1' pnafl the way Lea Frank came back to his ratlier's house. The last tune he had entered there was six years ago to uiKe pun in tne gayety or his sisteia welding, the alSter, novy Mis Stern, who met his widow yesterday .... r-"eiiMi !" '"'..hT 22.214.171.12417. " ll,n(- he d seen him UD" "' brought m out of i be dirk - ., ., Nuc ot " famny wou.d talk about bo funeral plana yesterday. They had nw rveii confided to the police what thai I intentions were, for they wished to avoid any crowd that might make unseemly domonstrstlons when the last rite is pel rormed. Otto Stern, Franks broll.er-in-law. Intimated that It would tah. place this .corning, pi-ol.ihly early. A letter wntlen by Krank on the lay he was draggid fiivn, tne MilledKeville Jail by lynchers and floated an hour arter lie nan neen tiiKen awa.v on the long automobile journey whloh preceded ins iii-ain wan mane nunnc in the arter- noon It was written to I- P. Connolly. lhe i,u'ho' "' "Tbe Ti ut ii About uie Frank fuse In tlie leiier Prank blame Tom Wa; "'"r'"" ", "wn '"''gia weekly -publication, for the first a'"";k ade upon him In prison whl.ili neai ly , roved fatal, and ulls ,.r his slow ', """""' '", .2 ;iiad" by WtoW Mnvlot'l Knife. Me .. i e i ..a. n,lt' 'c "B "inm - i.hu,.., ,.nu i,,,,,.i ... . ..it srtsMal In t. rskfxai , . ., 1 " ,. , , ' , , , , TmW.Ua and told I of "imvL,, a' - . , ....... "..j I II, lei I'oll. e I' I'll, i' r I il II . The enilv arrival of lite , i s.,1 is awiTi nip in an automobile hearse to an undertakers shop on Atlantic avenue. Brooklyn, prevented any gathering In 1 lie iiioriuiiK- ..no io. i ' ' ' " io II ill .... i.i... i i. I,. trr,,.i ,.f lha hu u I,,, os,. l.h I the drawn, curtains, bsfdnd which aat ; Frank's widow and other members of inn IdliniJ ""'"S "i H" ' s ' Ul the tragedy. ThafS wer1 onl) a few iifiBotiR In the ui-iiiitii ui'liii I li I lulu rtrs-u.- In n fskta oollce 1. rei.nteis ,. a numhep r ..." - '.....:... . any uoniinwierp, woo n.ioi-u mm iiusii atepa w hen they learnul wliat the US usual preaeluse of unirorini-d men meant , .,. rh '";: " mr' r,.cisi man w ith iron gray hslr. were t,e 1niv members of the family pressill Finally the gate from the platform i ...,.. ... Ul 1 1 ' W IM" 'UN .,11". .1 ,.-. IIIUIIIWIIIB f w..rn. Mrs, l.eo M. Krank emerged, heavily veiled and leaning on the arms of men who had accompiinlod her on the VUri0 I I, "in riu. i.,m. r.o aim w 'fc i mi Mr. Stern ran rorwiuil ami took her In " her aims. The two women slood. the I At Ihe same time there was plenty of centre of a ipuet gathering, for a few j avIdSIUMI li at Administration ultlclsla aeconda, sobbing snd olssplng ssob oibsr ' ggrdsd very gravely this new develop llghliy, and then Mis. Stern led lbs 1 men! in lbs ' It i n, an submarine cam way lo a taxicah. pHign. The record of the last few tnhera ill the nart.v on the train were muZw-m. esneclalh' slncii the deanati-b of ; grry Alexander and Herbert Haa-. At- IsntS lawyeia Who conducted -Krank's, long fight for life; Hr. Iavhl Marx.! Kiank's pastor in Atlanta, and A. K. ' Marcus, Mia. Kiank's brother-in-law. ) They entered Isglosb and were driven rapidly SWS) lo the Krank home ' I The plain black cuakct waa taken from , the haggage car and placed on an ele - I tgtOI under the care ..r detectives, who 1 allow rd no one else aboard. Then It I wss aslssd o the upper level ami put ' j CSSfrSSUl " Fourth Vugt. LINER ARABIC, WESTBOUND, SUNK BY A SUBMARINE; FATE OF 2 OF 25 AMERICANS ON BOARD IN DOUBT; 391 PERSONS RESCUED; 32 NOT ACCOUNTED FOR d , I I i .T" J ' i ,. liiitsMfc 'iiffrrrnr gggsiiiMI T 'fr ' fTnp'- - '""Har i II MTaaTwnt t T 1 l iMliajgli rsflg. Iggapj, "THIiii ll gggtal 5otatfllttian'j.'jsi aiaygti ' 'rWNtJir$mhSru I I ama!S!r ' isiLggSaaaaaaaaBgggBggSaaWB i 5?TWi saaaaaaaaaaaaaaaggSgMlsMBrgaHlaBav sys MjpHBjBBjpMaia j A BOVE, the White Star liner Arabic leaving her pier on July 28, her last eastward voyajrn nnd Cupt. William Finch, her commander. Below, map showing the south coast of Ireland, with the route of the Arabic and (1) where the I.usitaniu was sunk and (2) where the Arabic was torpedoed. U. S. Action Depends on Loss of American Lives That Is Opinion of Officials, Who Say Informally That Sinking of the Arabic Conies Within Scope of "Deliberately Unfriendly" Warning. W isniMiros. Aug is - 1; the ste im- shq Arabic currying American ims- eengers. w.m LorpOdoed b) a (IWWSg . submar tie without warning. d ,i'e: ted ,., ,,, atsr Una it " . (h. eWarly falls within the .'. " the ' ..u,lUwa,,V unfrl ndly aol against I .,.,H ,..,, w is warned in tin last WC aarmsnj wni note sent by th.- mi tod states ..a submarine .s-ue. Th's was soknowl , ,nfrniaiiy b) ofTcals here to- ' night. ARliough the Qormsn attack on the ...,,.i., ..,i,i thus Men, to call for ' " ,...,..... ,., in SSTHwn i--- sunnort of the President a warning io , oemiany, it Is real. its! h re ihat the ,,f the altuatlon will depend I Baiaiara nn .on nam I the Arahl, lost the i HvaS On this j point the gtste Department waa without any detlnile information at a 1 He nour - official lis" Of slxi.-en American surviv- , ,i.b Will be found In another i ... ,.ni. u how- H" , 2 ever, had n MflnlM inrormailOII m IO "el... ...i.itiitu in ii- K i... i,... .... t tm nuinner tmvrwm ' galled on the Arabic I ' The belief la WS t Is-Slgkl was ' that the people of the fulfill Mules -will not demand dra-tlc action toward OenSSSI unless Aiiierliun llies huve ! been saerlttred Opinions in Washington differ m I" wngi step the Presldsnl esn lake short or nwua.1 seveiln ' SlptOmatU' re a- .L.n. So, ne offtc els Hint. -nil inai .lie j praaldanl can not p.mest aic.ii. and that , Sutl.s will he obliged to ICl , I, .i.l.l i or Hue PWiain auwu ",l"',p' 'that the toutitrv (.ivimh radical arilim, : . ... . m t.i i. ...... ... Hst.l ' "UI ' av'" " ". . I ..,e middle course II 1.0 Allien ml. Idle coursi I lives weie lost The Preidenl and his advisers w.ll "...ot. or oouraa, undertake to go a ! further Usui the aantlmsnt of the ooun- try will BUPPOTt .hem. and II Is soknowl ,,td eve hy h,gh Adininiatratlon offi cugiai evrn ... . , . , ...I rials that Americans us a snail no not , seem dSSlrOU at in s iinie oi lim ing tin- 1-)u wUh ilormany to (ho exto-it of an ,e,.U .kg last Anierlcan note to llerlln, had i preHldeut Wilson ana Ins SdVMnsrg t() hops thai the UrOteSl of the I'nlted states finally had had Its desired eft SO I I and that the Herman submarine coin-; ntsndsr would curry on their attacks! p, the future in accordiinee with tin In- j ternallonal rules or search and seliure , As a result of Ihe Arable s loss n this optimism on Ihe purl of the Wasn- I IngtOII OfBClSIS HSS been severely shaken I and If the early eccounta of th sinking I of the liner are confirmed this Uovsrnt j nienl I again coiifronled with the ever present UangOl of a Herman submarlna : i whloh will compel It to take stei s al least toward the sever. ION of diplomatic relations. The sinking of ili ' Arabic, apparently WlthOUl warning, ba again raised th very serious question in Washington ,.,.rm.iv v , dwlroua of avoiding trouble over thi aubmsrlM b BUS with the United Stales. There was time, ediatcly after tbe torpedo. ing 0f the Luaiuida -whan ofAclsU bars had grave doubt on tliii question, it vv ,.s argued then from the ilerniai. Viewpollll tint .. break between the United Mtatee ami Uermany would re- jM H dUcontinuanct of the ehlpmenti of war munitions to the All.es. for the I'imlhI Mtiitea would need all avaltabl material of this ohiraetcr in preparing . .. .. . ... ,h would thus derive a great benefit fro.u a I .re. k with this flovarnment, and fur thermore, would be rn-e rrom all re atnunts In attacking veeaels oarrvlng iUppjei uf itIIV kn0 flom ,1.1. .la. ii,e Atlantic to the porta of thi .Miles , ...'...... isswwn siuihvi oi uw many waa i rimiii iii.-iisf?i in w iah i .. ., . , . ,,,... ,. ,,., auinonnes neve s,, bee . ne oonVlttOSd that Uermany was sin ere In her drelre , avoid a rupture with the United States. This it w.s believed, was has.-, partly i:i saiygj ..ey,,,., vvhio), ntru : iimin; wiui hum nuini'y mifjni nave on oilier neutral count! les. The .luestum belnir asked now on the basis of the meagre preliminary news In regard to the Arable Is: Hun lier- many changed her policy, and is she. In the far ' President Wilsons recent i warning) reauy to nreaN with the United States In order to carry on her submarine campaign in her own way? Those who are giving this question aerloua consideration point out that Oer- ,,,,,, t, .,iav. with her recent vi. torba on Hie ea; lei ll I mm. IS stronger r It 1 1 11 She ever has been; also thai Willi Italy no. -no., in tin. io i.i -in- woiiin nave less ..i i.. ,.. ii. i i -i... i.i i. . i io ii'.n- nttvv man lormerly yvun regartl i . el pffecf on neulruls or a break with the United Slates. Tin' President and srerrtar.1 l.an.lng, '- drawn,,, e... n rln. bins from llte .InMng of ll,e traldi' TbSI are keeping llielr iiilmU open mi ni all of tin- fuel, huie been nltlilall) reel I v ed. TWO AMERICAN8 MISSING ' I ocoiiHri.ied Itcporls. Ilunrirr, sa Tbel in' Bgvodi . ; lh, following . ..bin passengers haw not vet I, .en iiecmi'i ted for : aierles as, Hi uginere. Mrs Jnsi phiue SVooda, Udmond 1' I It was reported butt night that Mrs. UriUtuiere and Mi Vo.xls wei-o amona Un- saved 1 Other nlloaallllea. Itiilliv nut. William Kngllahi Miss Mai H'ltsgersldi Pstrloki I... Mellleur, L. Martin, tfrtderiek, Mills, Miss Marie. Molia. Helen. KSSVS, Mrs John H. Randall, Mrs Tattsrssll, Mis. g I, tiii i.. i.i Mis Irene. 5calI or Mia -l..:" I j a BO .OO -V- 0Wriit Losnonia agsj 5uhk 7 igSg American Survivors' Names Reported to Washington WASHINGTON, Aug. ll. The follow-im; despatch was received ti nipht by the State Dgpsrttnsnt from Vlco-Congul Thompsoii ut Queens town : "Survivors say Arabic wgl torpedoed without Wgrning and sank in eleven minutes. Kxcellent discipline prevailed. In all twenty-one lioats were loWSrsU, No SUthSfltlc information yet a? to whether any wore lost. Following Is 'id of Aniorlean survivors: a Hell. ne Nebeker, Uwui, Ulsh, lamei llouUhsn, Phtladolphiu Thomas Klmore, New Vorli (e.,rge . m sAlilater. dhsmbsrsburgi I'a. .lames T llowley. flu ago M- and Mrs Oovlngton, New v..rk und London Uouta Brugulere, New fork. John Olson. San irranclsco, Mr and Mrs Philip Collin, P.uff.ilo Miss Sadie Shrlmiitot, Syracuse. N Y V, FOUR AMERICANS AND 55 OTHERS AMONG MISSING Twenty-three of the Twenty-five Passengers from United States on the Arabic Accounted For Total of 397 Aboard. I According :o figures prepared by th whits stai Ulne. lbs Arabic carried total of 1 S 1 passengers and a ' lew or 2K- Of the psSSSngers tWeilty.ftVS WSt Americans and Ihere are said to hsVS ,,.. ... ,,,i Ajnarlcana In the araw. The latest figures received by the line before going to press gave u total of 119 - ... ,mmr,.si f paSSi'ligerU ri'SCUOll. Of WllOli, eighteen were AmStiCSnS. In sdditlOII : to these dSSPStORSS 10 THI lUM gave the nanus of file more Americana save I. i making Hie nunrlatr ' known saved lilt! 1 and of Americans saved Iwenly-thre-. , leaving fifty-seven ussssngera StlU un- i accounted for, two of these being ; 1 Arnsrtosns. i j i 'apt. Klnch and nearly all his Officers except one engineer appear to have been i saved. The list follows ii mi, Isrrlvsr, Adams. W. 1.. Aldereon, M.ss v II, Allison. Mra Kloronoe C. B Ihuiies. James Hat hurst, V. Iloland. J. O. Boksnd, miss m a. Bondi RobstPt. Koutlet. Miss M, M nradlcy, M. ItrugineiY. laOUi Anierleaai. Ituigeas. Kied I tmerlrani. it,i' ii.-- Mrs. Kred l AmrrleaBi. Hunts, It. A. C I'almnn. James i Ainerliani. CsJmon, Mrs. James i Americau), Connor, Mr. Uabilol. TlWWi Claude McR o.iie. Scnenectsdy, N Y John .Nolan. Tret, toll, N. ,) John Olechewaki, Trenton. N .1. Christopher McTamnay, Trenton N. .1 The namss "f 'he Americana not yet I reported saved are as follows: CABIN. Brugulere, Mrs. Josepblnov of New V..ik. ' Woods, Rdtnotld lf. Darns, Miss a ChSdWll k, Miss Ktlicl M ObrlstlOi Mis Oatlierins, Chrlstophoeson, Miss m i'oll us, Philip A. itmerlrani. I'oiinis. Mrs Philip w a, lAsterieasis OorrSSi Isaac, Jr. Covington, Mr and Mrs I, fox. S i 'orison. A .1 Crltoblsy. John CulfSi m.ss Bridget CumntinSi William lav. Jolin K. A I lav. Miss I.. O. Oalton. Mrs. Marie. Dgvey, Mrs 1 leigliton, John. I leioruner. Joseph Uuncsni Misa R04 Dsnnshy, 0, J. OoUgtSS, Kenneth Duntop, Miss KlliahSuh. Raton, Mrs. M, B, Baton, Miss livelyn, F Keoiie , M.HS Mary. OlMandaTi Mi". J. Utllatidtr, Maatar W x Uoddard, Mm. riuUv itraavavi Mr. Oraavaii Miss m. lualtaPi Anbfay. H llarriaon, MISS Mi llchsker, a ii. Hill, Mis. ,S. Hill I infant of Mrs S I Miller, Miss M, C Prssoott. Hillsr, a, p, H.vde, Miss A. CSSliSUsd on S'roart I'age. mvsn two Wfrs. PRICE "nowarning; SAY OWNERS OF THE LOST LINER White 8tar Of ficiah Declare Attack Off KitHtnet I licxpcctcil. PASSKXGKRS sW AX0THE11 SHU' MIT Arabic Then Receivei sin ge Torpedo ami sinks in Ten Minutes. CHEW QUICK Tn MAN SIXTEEN LIFEBOATS Boiler Kxplosion Maji Have Killed Some M;in, Seen Stmffirliiiir in Sen. gaedal ( nif oeasefea . i aa Si -liONDON, Ant:. Ill, Tiit WUlll litter AraUc, of i5.8ui tuns, wn (mmIis-.i by an unseen liennaii Star for- SKlh dm tins n: I1;1S o'tiork Ibla morning grblle sIsiy-Hvs miles oft i '. ., ri llgbl on bgr way to New YcTk. I "iir iiini.ii. '.i jin I I wenly-lbren . i- us were nn iHStnl Is! iMISSi'htfcl's M2iivr. Kno ssnk in um iiiiniiie ii . Ijtiest sdrlees from Qileeiis 'IV t ray iii.it tblrtHwo Mraotu urc i lllg, ami It is fe.insl llielr llvts lOSl live of flic tweiit.v -seven .,f Hi r 1'1,'VI . Krom the Ukng 1 1 1 lion svgllgttle I bore w twenty-live Americans ; iiifiirm ni mrtl. ens-t The White stgr iifrjees in laiuilon stats th.'it twentyllvf Anierlnin imsseiiirers aslletl a. ul iii MvorniMil it In rtHirlis that there were mjdio Aiuerleans in the crew. 'I'll.- Arable was t,,i'j,.. ,., u ,ii, warning, a rdiug to ibe While Hinr olTleliila, sip- was struck n ti c siii r bonr.l able, nhonl lisi fwi fraui lbs stsni, One loriietlo dltl ibo work. Port una i sly for fbnue ihi buvird lbs WPilt bsr was fair i ii.l l lie sea . a in lint tin- Item which counted for mo in asrlng rmiuy of ihe imNNoiiger whs tlie splSildlll ISHttl work ami el flelsncy of the erpw, who nitinngsil , io load sixteen I If ebon IB .nil lower them safely : pforg the stenuier s.mk white Stsr line's Report, Al 10 :4S o'clock io n. --In the Will's star lotniany roeeival the fidlowlng liles:i!i-h ffi.ni (iiicensliiw II : The vessel was to'u'ineil WHllOUl wsralng in latitude BU:4ii, long tude :'."'. She w.is BtrUek on I h gtarboarfl sldSi nboin ion feci from ibe Stem. She sank in ten miliums Atn able to unite .he HlsroXlimilS ' milliners saved as 17."i liMaiUger mi. I 316 crew, a;: survivors linvs been landstl Tbean Inclinle i ti t . riin h, all deck olTlcsrs, chief itigl neer. doctor. iitr-ei'. ilssdalillll ' UjUrSSr, chief slow n I'd. seeOllll slew- i ard. chief third cluss siewnrtl nnd chief atorekeeiei', liegroi io repot-; I ha I Thlrrl Kngi' neer r.ngoti Is un-ling. After ears fully ehseklng 'in- si senu'er list lllitl Ihlli "lily 1 1 er s are miming, Seven Aiusrlcniis hoi IhniW.'iI g.a. sat:,, cu ibe Arabic in lam, bin. a. colli iui: in tin. Will to star ioinnuiy's lam don oii.ie. They were Kollflh l-nvlng- ion an I wife, .1. I'. Rowley of I'lilt'tlgil. lv w. a. Collins nnd Ifo, frod M..r tin of Killoin, S Ci and r,. r. Worals, A laic dospnteb sent fi"in Queens i. mti bj I'm m v's nirrospoiidonl there nays that QQO Mrsons were saved in all. "f .his number thirty were Injured, sopie seriously, gnd have peen pig I In a boapltgl 'It QusMstown. 'lh rrosnondsnl su- Ihsl forty-eliht are missing, ami it supnoaeHl thai ihese were drownad. 'Ih.x would indicate that lucci wc o