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THE SUN, SUNDAY, AUGUST 22, 1915.
BRITAIN SAYS LINER PASSENGER ON CYMRIC TELLS OF PRECAUTIONS TAKEN WHILE I GRAND JURY TO GET FRANK CASE SEPT. 30 Standard like Gold or Silver WAS NOT CONVOYED; SUBMARINE UNSEEN SHIP WAS PASSING THROUGH ZONE OF PERIL FROM SUBMARINES fndate nnd Proeeetttof Promiti Oovernof i ThoroUgThl" InTettlgtate Lj ni iiina:. SOME OF SLAYERS KNOWN .0 liar. jiiiHiiiH' for Arabic to Tn to Rum invisiitif r-HoHt, offiHnls Siiv. From the famous White Rock Mineral Springs. WU K f SMA.WIS U S A ot ik f 100 (roadway. N v. 0e IT Whilitfocki ' 1b World a Bast Table Water y JCfl IRMXG OtVKN, si HVIV0R8 DECLABfi hl4 limpalt It In I nr. Si Aug. ;l Til.' Itrit'eh tlov- emmeili pave Itn nuthorlty to-day to a inli'im hi that the Arabic waa not under egnVO) when she wan torpedoed. Reporti that tnore than two Ameri can were lost were contradicted to-day i ih. I mini Matea t'onaul nt Queenn lown. Pf ha rVPOrtfl that after checking up vll the available Hate the only 4 WMF I KM WlWltH ae Mih Joaephlne s RrBglllerc of New York and San Kran fJKO "'I Df Kdniond F. Woods uf Jatirsv die. Wig Dl. Wood mi return ing to America after three months Fer ine wl i h the American Ambulance g Nruiiiy. Tm Bi (' oorroepoodeni ia informed that ihe point is raised 'n deareitchea dont i lie United Stales whether the Arar-n tried t' ram the euhmarine. The Admiralty haa not yet received an official lport of the torpedoing, hut official cir cle. Wholly dl-redlt auch n auntentlon. loildn'l Ham I naee.i Object. Papli Klnch'a statement, which is gorfobonitod by the independent teeti- gMny of all the aurvlvore, that none tif I i-in the submarine la considered a mfflcient anawer, aa it la ImponatMa to attempt tn ram an object when It la not one passenger, James t'.ilmon. m ihi torpedo when It (truck t he ; 17 Thl TZZriZZ 'u"'r back into the water like a pofpolga. Fit Calmon with the othera Is liialatent thai the submarine wa( Invisible. ....... I II.. ,.;.! l. . , I.......I I i lhe prevailing view among Knglisli . vnirican. nere ,a mat the ink,g ef the Arabic CQjnitltUtM an answer to Hi- Vmepican note to Herniany t.thera; cVsi. nate it as a "mad dog" net. a demonstration of Admiral von Tirplu a I tmr.uigh domination of the (Serman war I ..el'.-. 1411. 1 his ,ll.rmii,.liM L ihlDg within QtnMny'1 proclaimed war ton'. Kveiv perannal atoiy of the Arabic better couth ins the garllat statements 1 ii.. Wanting was given. The nar Mt.ves of the survivote also are Unani n.mia In praising t'apt. Pinch and nil crew and they otherwise concur In nil til. main details. J la obvious that the absence of panic, the (mooihnesa of the embarka t .1 in the llfeb. als and the calmness Of the aea, except for i ro nbined to exclude am f .t 1.1 the testimony uf the survivor. loseph lie lairlmer. one of the cabin iUiA .v 01 a. said . struggle foe life. "I look the laal boal l.efoie tlie Ara bic plunged. She was listing tiemen e al) and practically turned turtle. I here acre ten lifeboats launched nod .11 acre etruck violently by the stur- .1 rail of the promenade deck ship tuned over. )ne boat was 1 e.l to piecea and every one In it kicked dowr. M buit was caught in shilling waters and 1 IT8J flung IMC tlie sea. V- 1 itno fit klirf ji a or Mai ' 1 :h.hk was a i a.ur. tm. I s on :. . t ihi .1 .u.-. t tr i . . rt ih.i i WtJ lioalltll near with nobody on it. 1 t rut to the raft until m lifelMmi watei ggtd tnd In a -inking condition, con- ' hold afternoon pracl.ee with the coltgjh ft nineieeti person, came alorg- itbla boats The Captain and chief of tdf. Men in it threw me a hawatf. but' fleer inspect every detail and much care i ,as t o weak t-i catch it. They sub- t la taken to see that everthlng In in a4Urly succeeded in placing the haw- order The methodical manner in which M amund me and dragged me into ' l e I at. where 1 lay on the bottom tr S almost unoonadOUa from ex- Tiautton.' The White Star line gave out this tauinant tonla) "We are m a jtosition to sla te thai' the following passenger reported mtss Ing did not embark on the Arabic: Mail Pica Davla, Mrs. Ki-lier. Mr. Band." Pa the r VValdner, the only tierniun on b oard Hie Bhlpi who was travelling under I pei nut from the Ifritish Jovernment. i- hii Alaatlan priest who came to Kng land Ri a refugee from Helgium and was Oil his way to Mexico to serve aa a missionary. It is believed that the bodies of those loat with the Arabic will be washed up on tht Welsh coast. Although trawlers re searching for the dead. It la not thought probable, with the conditions of m nd and tide, that they will be Imme diately successful. r. I. ora It. ii. b llul head. Tl'a ArabU-'a orvlvofg pagchad Holy V..Hd eaily thla ntOltllttl bg way of Dub- lln, where they arrived laat evening. houaandl creeled ihe aurvlvora OQ their prr .ii n Dublin, and a lunch of aand- ehe. and --ake waa spread for them on , l-Me on the atation platform Many of the lUrViVOn (houed Ihe effecta of ih experience through which they had paaaed X number of them still earned ihe life belta Which had saved their lives, and which they ate taking home as miu- V. nil a. f'apl Pinch haa not vet left IJueena lOWD The town council of the port giet laai night and adopted u reaolutlon r u tiie cgptgln'i bravary ami eea r i. and the Imperial Merchant F' e Qulld haa reeotnmended that tlie Admiralty irlve recognition lo the cap laitl f'.r lila herolam. v daapgtch from Cork gayi twenty e t.le lifeboats and rafta of the a uere Mghtad by a tug to-da (t) inilea southwest of Itoehea Point, at the entranee of Cork harbor. Tins id I . i kga of water and a woman'. t hel vveie found In the boats. VON BERNSTORFF SILENT. Kal.er'a Imhiuailiir lleellnea i . , i .... trahl.'. fnum von Berngtorff, in hut apart rnant at tin- Rlta-Carlton yeeterdg) (ft oon, declined to make any at.ite rnn lexardlng either the sinking of ' I vIHi,r or the alleged attempt! of 1 nan ofiidaia in influence American sentiment. The Ambassador (aid t -. reporter tr Tux Bum i wish you to underatand that I ' HbaolUtgly nothing to a.r. and ' i any one who quotei me as Haying . iic ai thia time does ao whollv out authority. I am not prepared g) anything until I Imve received a Information. Ton newspaper men I iW as much about tho situation as I n I halleve, however, that the Kng- I version of the sinking of the Arabic i correct, tml until I hear further not saving anything I tun not ipondble for ihe conolualona people -V draw from my appearance, but I ' II anv that I have not made nnv 'element and for the present I (hall Vlan of 71. Klllo lllmselr. ' ph reiheeleln. "!, a tetired cab maker who lived at 114 Tenth nve- striiiwav, Queongf killed hlmaelf night by ehOOtlllg IniiKelt in the d He was found dead in a lot back a home. He waa a member of man) nan societies. VOLUNTEERCREW" yg Jgg-4h, ' j KKk PIGGING COLLAPSIBLE BOAT 4 'iMal-g 4ln aK X. ""' ' ,fwr' dJ W -aflaV LmJSMi'lK "P? L gfP? CREW SHOWING PASSEMGERS Drill in (faklag the Ufcboati Rrad.v ind Adjimtlng Life Beltn. tn nt Of IMtMIISffrs' 'xp Hemes on hip on Itl WHy Ihroiifih 'he submarine zone lUITOUndlnl Kngland Frank Jackson, nuinager f..r Joaeph Krnoks. the theatrical producer who arrived in New York yesterday olin1 ,h -,,,. Cymrtc, ' " ''"""h autliornles refuse to allow matter to be published In the Knidish ncwspapeis regarding the experiences of ., ... ... .. , , .... ... .1... r.UB 1.1 .1.1 mm i Mr Jarksim tell for the first tune tlie Xtraordlnai) (nenutiotiM tHkett by the offlcii of i . i . 1 1 -1 1 ihlpH to protcf thcir pMWBiiw from the undoraM prll. Duiilll the last few weeks extra p.ttio boat uml COflVOyi have been put in Hervh-e ami the area of itiviiiK protec llon has been unreaseil more than SO per rent.. Mr. Jackson says. Hetween fifty ami sixty vessels. rariKiiiK from slight nwtli.ilhe Mg type of tpfpodO boat destroyer Riarkod con-, to armeil truiser yachts ami anned 1 1 ,i wlers. OOllVOy passenger ships leav- mir I i . ......I " . . i-i.. ! i i . t . . . Tl, . a..a,.r .... a..g ... v ..vgr. Mir M I rf l .till III- ,i,i:. in i.i - U ! it or fifteen ITlIlM NLCtl ami accompuny the vessel as far as Hlxty or eighty miles south of the Old Mead of Ktnsale, off which the l.usitania was toiedoed, lteportsof the presence of submarines are brought to Liverpool ami a ball is put upon a pole near the dock indicating the undersea boat s presence and aa a Wflrn,M tO prospective passengers. Just befor vessel leaves her dock for 'e WPM''rM J11" m "'reooas aie ulM"r Irw,,? ",r M,V" ww,nHl As the boat enters the war zone." said Mr Jackson, "the cabin stewards come around to see that ever one understands bow to put on the life telts. l hose with any practical eamaushtp service are divided mto volunteer crows ami WILSON TO LET BERLIN EXPLAIN ARABIC ATTACK CogflNMget from FtrH Page not nrrtehed Ita lUQUtry into the facta Indee.l the reports It has ri-oelved are far from latlafgotory and neither the Prealdent nor Becretary Utttalnf win reach gny final OOncluetOnl until they are ggtlgflefl tliai all of the evidence. In Binding Qermany'a side, la before them. The attitude of the AdmlnlatrgtlOn may be deecribed in thia way It deilree to use. the utmnat deliben ti in eonalatent with the delicacy ot the OjUeationa Involved and to omit no oppor tunity of avoiding a aeveiance of diplo matic relatlona with ilermany ao long as there la n-as.. liable expectation that a sutlicient excuse Cgn be given for the (inking of the Arabic The Instructions to Ambassador iieiar.1 to call the sinking of the Arabic to the attention of the net man Government have not vet gone forward They will be withheld until the prealdent and ia. -retary Laneing are confident that they have obtained ail available information in regard to the attack on Ihe Whit, siar liner from other (ourcea While the I'reaident's adviaera feel tliat the United States must a, t against Oertnany if the facts are as damaging its they now appear, they are far from being satisfied as tw Hi.1 temper of the coun' ry People Iglltll War. BdltOrlgl expiesaic.na in the newa- I papers have, it is true, iven eirongrr , and inure gratifying t" the Admlnlstrn- tlon In the last few davs than thev were at previous periods when the lier man (ituatlon seemed acute. Yet there I ia In the opinion of Administration OffV I rials (troni evidence of a feeling on the part of the "man In the (treet" that the United States should keep out of the Bur op (an trouble, even at a very real acrlflce Member! of the Cabinet and other advisers of the President have been carefully Bounding public, senti ment and making Inquiries when, ever all opportunity was afforded. They acknowledge that the average man aceiM in complain of recklessneaa on ti,,. pari oi' American! who travel on H' II gh Ves-els An. .I., r clrownatarrM to which good deal of significance ia la-nig attached Is iha email number of telegrama and at lara that hive cine 1.t Hie Prealdent on n,,s juggi German attack on American uf,. When the l.usiUinia wua sent to the bottom of the Atlantic a veritable ,)OI 0f magaggeg poured in upon the white House Clarke Ware kept busy f ibavs sorting these commuiilcall.ius i , ,.sli. nt found in them consid erable ejetlefnctlon When the time name for him to daeld "'c .viuijir of llns Govern men) To-day only eight or ton communica tions had been received ut the White House on the linking of the Arabic wiii'.e the oorreepondinoe that reaches the While House Is usually regarded by Washington authorities as a pretty ko.hi barometer f public feeling it is i nowtedged ihe present iltuatlon pre- entg unusual faaturea. Some in SVah Ingtnn Interprei the few letters received on the c.iae of the Arabic n t as evidence of abaiti nirnt of public feeling, but these preparations ate earned out has an excellent effect on t he passengers ami as a rule ttiev m calm and con fident ' Etoforrlng to the trip just end giving an MCUffttO Idea of the manner in which the submarine Rone is passed, either going or coining. Alt Jaekson eoti- Unuod "it in u : .i vv.witiAi. day evet oig we passeii Ka.stnt t. bll! ' wete to far to the south to get a glimpse of the light. It wan a bright moonitshi " Isht And tvery one vm on " l-lM'. 1 tlM-ir berth- that titght. and hardly a person on the Ship attempted to get anv sleep urtil well Into the following evening, when we we re posit I el assured nt afet . eril I ii u I hroUKh Hiium r our. "Clouds of dense sinnke pouring from l the funnels IndlOAtOd that tlie mtokerj were doing tlielr best. ('apt. BotdnotlR and three Ofltctrl were on the bridge With their night glasses corotontb sweeping the water Some of the pan- sengeis la tlOWIl ;n their clothe Rt a fe hOltri POBl bfor dawn an i o: t.: -i. ri the n u'it intheli chairs i- , I t .o- i ; a a-- i i pla ed eg I At gild man) womrii kept on another compan) in tae itataroomi 0 on deck. "W s'ghtei iwo dtstroytpa at o'eiock tlie tiext morning. Than tn course was alter. d, gnd afterward we kept com nually xizagging about. Dm- rather iia Indi. atlng tlie , ontiiieuce w hich the American public lias in Prealdent Wilrtn to handle the situation in a way Mint will beat protect American inler esta and maintain the dignity of the country. Th, se men argue that the silence of the American people so fa.- as communi cating With the While House la con. oernedi is the hlgheat possible npii- ment to the Prealdent. They also c- n--teiiil tluvt the American feeling over the ubmat'tne issue is merely lumbering and Ih, it once Ii receives a clear call froni President Wilson there wl'l be no doubt of the tamper of the country. These are the two views of the ailua tion that are now being consider. ,1 by tlie President and his ndvls. ra, and It l( admitted that .. definite analysis by them 1( difficult. rirrm.av Well Warned. Ii was learned Ui-nisht tha' dermal I hail been given to underatand clearly by her own gganti how eerioue such an Inciilent like the sinking of the l.usi tania would be. It waa aald here on g I authority to-night that Count von Bematorff, the German Ambaaeador, iia.t warned hie Qovernmenl of hia fear that another attack of the character of the one on the l.usitankt Would mean a lireak betweer. the Tinted States and Oertnany. The State Department has received no official Information yet aa to the convoys that the Arable had. If anv. It was noted here to-day Hint the state ment issued by the Britten Government said the Arabic was not being convoyed whr. she wag torpedoed by the German submarine Barly reports printed from London said that the Arabic was ramvoved down the Memy, through St Gaorge'g Channel and chut the Brltlah warships had let) her a Hhnrt time before the torpedo wag ft rod. No Information hag elnoa appeared through official or other ohannela to eon. firm the fact Unit tlie Arabic had a con voy at any time. However 'he United Btajtej Govern men! win want more definite information on the point as tho contention has been raised that the Arabic might not have the status of an Innocent merchantman If her oonvoya weie still within range vvaen tlie torpedo waa HrWd There seems to he no doubt that Brlt g otnaorg nave been hoidlng up news paper deipatcheg in reggfd to the Arabic, but that Intimation does not. of course. appiv in any way to the state Depart ment'! comnni n lent Ions FOUR MORE SURVIVORS. White Itav line v.l.i- nuie( lo Llal ,i Mated. Cable adviies received it the local of Hcea of tae White Star Line yealerdny definitely established the loss of two Americans. Mrs. Joaephlne 1,. Itrugulere mi, I in. Kdmund F. Woods. The other liamea. win. I) ac.iuo.i.K io ine local ias seiigei Hats were In doi'.u, were added to' I lie survivors. They were Mi. and Mrs Prad Hurgeaa, .lamea Huuiiimii and '1 iiomaa Kiaiore rti,f nwrt, for a comparatively email bond becauie The lOOal onice waa also renue.ted by I Tn, white Star line- Hov ic. which liar) I he believed that Sale, no and his Dom ing London offioe to delete from Um third I been reported aunk by a lubmarlne, I iianlen wer. only towia of the counter- claee eurvlvore ll(t the namea of Jameel a8 arri . ed at UvtrpooL Iteltlng ring. 1A dKr WKwIfi. &RP"'nk llf HOW. TO PUT.ON LIFE BLLT5 um' SguTiiam " lF-fc Kj ' ililllllwaPwlags. 11 S''''' L r "m - - VOLUNTEER CREW OP A PHOTOGRAPHS ihowing how the crew of the Cymric drilUd the panseners on her voyage through the war zone in the use of life preservers and the manipulation of the life boats and life rafts. iir th early csiura.. uf the voyage, tm i medlgtal after lagvlng Llvafpooli we were preceded h a big torpedo boal ijpstruyi.r. and uu i-.u-h side at a diian. .- uf perhaps half i. mile a mile , Manyon and Jam (a Waldron, who aiei found to be members of the crew. The names of four oth-r survivors not , n the paaaei ger list. Mrs Loulaa Farmer, i M s Kellatt, an American, ai d Mr. I Prancee Ilea and pose tVebei were (till 10 be explained when t.-,e local office closed for '.he day late yesterday after noon The White Star Line gives out tlie 1 foU.inwiK list of passengers on the .Viable who are unaccounted for ' aa a total of twenty, thirteen cabin passerigera and 1 .even Btoergge : CABIN Rruguiere, Mr. Joaephlne i. i Amer-1 lean). WimmI. Kdnitind P. i American) Delghton, John Bngllehi Mlsa Mary. Baton, Mrs Mary k Kltzg. raid, Patrick, Lyone, o w. Neave, Mia John II N'egus, Mrs Pa-. I. ill, W. i! Han. bill. Mrs W O TWtteranil, Mrs. Frank Tatteraall, Miss Irene THIRD aUA88 Davey ior Darcy), Mra Plorence. Harrington. Miag Mary Hermgna. Mrs L. MoMahon, Thomas Raddlngton, Miae Mary. Sullivan, i torn Hug, Thomag, Plorenoe, FIVE VESSELS SUNK. Brllleh ftagaaer Dgrtarawoll bmi llgtlwa of lliinrlH-a. Pagu Auit L'l -A Havas Agency dee patch from llrcst .'t'lmrta that the Hell ish ateajMMp c.ivt. rsweii, i.nno long; .ii. Belgian lank (t earner Dagheetan and tiins galling veeteut have been sunk by Herman submarines The crew of twenty-four men of the Carteraweli were res- w.J ... ..l. . n.i ".-1 . .' o , ... I'he artei-.-.well sailed from GpglVeetOn July IS for Havre. The Daghegtan. 1,111 tone, Bailed from Philadelphia on I Auguet I for Rouen, BODY OF VICTIM TO COME HOME l.oitla llr.iu.ileri Telia of Irranae- ...'. ita for Shipment. Mrs Marion Mrugiuere of i v.lnrliur.st, 1.. I . a daughter-in-law i? Mrs Joaeph lne Mather Brugulere, wiu was loet on tiie Arabic, rocelved yeeterday another oablagram from imia Brugulara, aon of Mrs Joaephlne Brugulerea Maying thai he was arranging to have hta mothapa body brought to America. It will lie burled In the family plot In San Fran cisco. Mr Itrugulere will send hack also the body f Margaret Boudet, one of his mother'! maids, who was drowned THE LAPLAND AT LIVERPOOL. White smr liner llnvle Alao Baaobe! Deetlggflag jM, ffpffpgl rg6fe h'lliatrlt In Tn. Si v LoNPONi ug. 21. A Vug 21 - A despatch from Liverpool sav a that the liner Lapland, 1 with : i k paagengera, arrived there aafeiv to-dav Slie auded fr ow Yn-lt on August 12 Home Bli l. lisloli fin- l.ei I aufetv w is fell while the vaaaal waa puaalng through the war (on and the ,.,.u nt lip- aaelval aanaail u i'am'i, . r COLLAPSIBLE LIFEBOAT were Iwo fast armed yachte iiuing l 11k out duty. Ai Inttrvghi of ttn nfteen nuiea th.-M- boat, would k.v.1 w.i to .inutluT r lay. wli:.-u w 'il.l take u; in b ad while the othera would eteam back ABE RUEF PAROLED; A POLITICAL EXILE Released From the Peniten tlary After Ber.'iiij Half of His; Term. Ban Qt'ggTiK, ri . Aug n - , pa role from ti' State panltanttary was granted to-day to Abe Ituef on- tune, ! political boai of san Pranotaco, upon the condition that he will never neuter poll. tlca a ii I he will exile himself from San PfancleoO for three months. Abe Ruef. who was at one time no lineal dictator of San Kranclsco, was loonvvicted In IHI of brlfeary in eon Jneetlon with the public aervo rpora- 1 on scandals and was gentenced to serve nine years In Sin Quentln prleon. Ha lias n rved four years and t!vn months. 'half his net time, allowing time foi g.a. : , deportment Nearly 100 Indlctmellta were found egadngt him. Btglity f iheso wat ! recently diamiaaed. a number ot of-1 Been of corporation. i'h. Hired with buying leglalatlon in the city Pounotl ! .if s.in PrancleoOi were also indicted. The anti-graft campaign waa progg culad by Dletrtcl Attorney Heiiey, i Hcno) was shot III the court room dur I lug one of the trial-. Bugene Hohmltg, . Mayor of Sail PrgnolgCO and creature ! of Ruef, vv is (1(0 arrested, but ea- I caped conviction on a technicality i Ruef waged .. legal battle that lasted mOTO than three veai-H h.f,.re final con- I . ARRESTED AS COUNTERraiTER. Italian charged with Paaelng nii llttla In Ten ( en I .lore. Through the arreat of William g. lento In Poughki i p-le y, .(lei d iy Cap! .iiihn nenry or the mow aecrel service' Is on the trail of What he believes tn hel ii dangaroua hand or oountorfeitere who ere duplicating national bank notea of large denontitictV ne HalentO nnd another Italian tried lo pass an alleged bad Jill bill Hi H Pougtl kaapale ten cent store, but tnpi- imil hardly got out with their change and j purohaaaa than the character ot ihe bill was dlacovered. The (lore detective fol lowed them an. i apreeted aalento, the other man having dlaappegred In the crowd when he saw that lie and hut tvotn- panion were IicIiik lollowe.l. The eecret gervtoe men are convinced that In Ibis age Ihe workers, nliliouEli skilled In engraving, are novices In the1 counterfeiting game, as the obverse aide of tha "bill passed by Salento wag very poorly done. Th! face, however, vvais almost perfect, saiento was arraigned before I'niie.i states uommlaatonor Houghton and at tlie augResii.iii of U.latanl United I Slates APoriiev Km. do v.. sell; was h,.l,l j In U.T.fiO ball for a flearltlg on August ! .11 VI Vu ppIII availu I na o, s. .i..a on 'be original out se, read to mac I .tnd escort other whips. "A gray and gloom) dawn broke into a baautlful morning. The dump rollad off the clamm) dacka in llttla cioui of molaturci and uitdor the bright sun tha wea , bedraggtad paaaatigan were soon Warm and I otnforiable An AncttOf liner .uid a 1-y!and boat pgaalng in tht d lot an re war ehaor) atgtota and ihoarad i ma; ine nare'e o; ire i.nic uninu;i mm not i). "But the vigllanca of the ship- oflt cafS and t row was tint rdaxed for it moment. I Hiring greater pari of tha day the naaangra w. re drlllad In get ting into the b..at. lowering them awa putting on life belta, me . an tain parta of the ahip wet. divided -ff f..r groupa of paaaangani to pi event panic und rongaatton at one spot in case of i roubla "Some of us bad some training on tha ea anii we oftared our aarvlcaa to the captain to share the watch and lo st lint the n a re I iiexN't'iencetl passe n- ajara. llfalMNi1 drills wen- oontlnuad at frequent intervals. In the event of the ship being at tacked tha whistle was to be blown for every one to tome on deckt Itut by this tune we were approaehitig the end of the war Bona and were oonaldarad ! a lino., t out of danger The pat rolling , v. . eis fell back until wa left them in the i ear and headed on our eourse foi ! landy Hook Inning the passage of the gona we did not catch sight of any sub niaritu s. but were told that there air at bast three m the immediate vicinity u hi tig for a ( bailee in attack 'ui bo.tt 1 'Yesterday mortnng at about 10 1 o'clock we race 1 1. 1 .. 1 bj wlreleea u. re- port of the gin king of tha Arabic, w 1 reathed 1 acaped a eigh ..f relief f..r having f tit. , ..loliinl r. .mi. 1 ..... . of attai k- ..n CiKli-h v..ss.d nem... in' ihave an) outward effect on the people i In i... ni Liverpool, Mr, Jackaon I aald that they had go far become uaed tu it that ii di. iii t seem i.. worry them I i" the l tat. Hampton Furniture tor Boudoir and Bed-Room THE aristocratic grace anil elegance which distin guished tho-e of the French '' Regime" was so cleverly reflected in the furniture fashioned for the Court of Marie Antoinette that today nnne other seems more rittinp for my Lady's Boudoir and keeping Chamber. Hampton Shops Reptodnction.s of the masterpieces of that period preserve this character in then every detail In the generously proportioned Hay lied, for instant e, with its dainty appurtenances, or the Chaise !ongue with its down-tilled pillows, in the ample Table de-Toilette or the fall-f routed Cabinet with its fastidious pattern tngs of delicate inlay. OTAMPTON 1JL M 34 AND 96 WUT 324 STRBIT I h'-frIT 34 KV.toZis WUT C'-J rr HEW YCRjiv L J ! tV , I. I . ' I jL :. I, 'II ' Bf ' rjtfSJf ! . ii gsii j j i . f1. rTX.ir' ' .1 i ,i , i. ..i gjg-aa,,.! s Lni lflii. . i "lm II I ! 1 1 . fell MLfllJ.- K: . v TW . gginig i i' leMga T- Jm r ! ggaTg-I-M-aa llgg. segg. tggggarBigfiXVWJvggggga. .gaan .'f ' VgggggaieBgggggaggg. .mA.. tr . - - - .9jV iggggggggggg. i ; - CYMRIC OFFICERS DENY CONVOY STORY snv Big Linen Do Sol Have Hitch Protection Prom SiilnmifiiH's. MANN PATROL BOA TS I'HED iftb am of I ha White Star line, Q ni ne, whb h arrived yaatardayi flatly aon i radlctad the atoi v uf two aajgaangafi that the veaaat was convoy ad through the : danger Rone oir the iiish coast by a fleet of deatroyeri and patrol boata At the OlAt es 4if tha Intel national Mercantile Marina ih denial was eupported by the statement that no advtca of any convoy had bean i evolved and thai the repoi t was without foundation Frank Ja ks.n. a theatrieal agent, who was a pass.-nger. is reported as sa- ln that the (mric was ' taken in charge ( b) at leaal elxt) patrol boats, am es corted the Cymric from LI ear pool to a point .it Kin mil a lb ad" : thai the oonvoya look turns in s.outini: the way and thai , rhty ran le i at their mastheads big J UbW k gbilws as a sign that three submarine- bad laseti i etorted In nearby wa it re. line of ti offi.tis of the Oniric proved the lynching openly, whbh atd -aid l ha i Mi Jackaon'i itory ataiut . adltorlall) to-day i com yi Waa delusion He explained ! MWa regard Hit hanging a an ac that I be Hnti-i .d:nirall maintains!,,'- iav ubiding itlicnn Krank'tt body man) hundral pattol boata which acourlafai not marred by any mark of vto he watera near tha ihora fr sub- j icnce. Leo Frank arae not acratched marlnaa, noi so imiii for the piotccti-nj nui Wilfl nait. of nia bead harmeat1 of tlie big Una re as for that of iha qov, Hartia added hta own protaal mallei .'eaaela Theae patrol boata are I ggjftai Mnv auch Interference in bis r over) variety, from an. tent torpedo l gtatement, announcing that ho would boau lj converted yecltta and trawlera. - (.rtM w eonferonca of the Judges, soiic V N , H .1 l'0 lO PHI IIP. I Ih.. int i-'n nfiii-!- ;.iil . tnev morel) krep watch f r boatll lUbnwralblM and aland raany lo anawar ram for naip h...h ..r ihi kind rcaoucd th. ttoatniK naaacnai t ot tn Arable aft'r lha n: down. Onlj Iwo vaagali hgvt been convoyadl 1.. ordar ol lha BrlUah Admlralt) Slice I he ... began. II waa aaaerted Thaot Were tlie St Paul ami thr St ljuia. both Of Ihe American Line, The) were tn., eacorted ,i. . protaotlon agalnal at-! tu i.. hut n. 1 eourtegy to dtatlngulahed J I paaae tiger, tbej carried The St. Paul I I. .1 r .-..'"Ii... w 1.11 p.. 'I', iif. 1 ...... 1. , ,., ... ,, ..I onal frlen.l "f lrpi.lent W'ilaon, ati.1 ihi Hi Louie ban a waranlp eacorl when I he tailed . : : i David a. ThomaJi tha ' 11 ' man. ine laaiai . vi-m cauaod eomi crltlulam. it being egplalned t'i..t :t . peraongl coirtpllmenl to Ml Thomai from Ina friend Lloyd Heorge, who (en I mm America aa a purohaalng rt SnOrS ul i, : - r :mmm r . -ggaw.. ATLANTA. Aug 21 - Herbert t'lflv of Marietta. iollcltOMIenerai of aha WtM Ridge ClrCUlti w hU-h include t ohh count y . called on 00V, Hams to-day atui aaftured the dovernor that be would exert every effort with hi hi power to detect lha membt re of the mob that Ivnched leO M Frank and to bring them to Justice. Solicitor Cla) Tni tin r informed the governor that Judge ii i, latteroon. the prealdtng Judge of the BlttO Uidgo Clfettlti ban cailed a apeclal term of the Superior 'otirt in (0bb count on the last .Monday in August to direct a spe cial grand Jul y nest IgatlOfl of the I) nchlng. The Qovernor was gratified ovei tha promptness of UollcltOf Clay In coming to Atlanta to confer with him In regard to the lynehlngi and witii the solicitor! evident Sincerity in desiring to leae no stone unturned to punish the lynchers. '! feel certain," said UoV. Marria, 'hit the Superior Court of t 'obb county will exert Ita full power under the law to d leoover the identity of me men who perpetrated the shocking outrage upon the Otate, and to punish them as t law provides " The dovernor expects that the Judge and Solicitor of the I tab I u m County Superior Court w II confer with him next week concerning the lynching. The Kaldw.n com t has authority over the lynchers for abduction, by reason of tha fact thnt Mltledgei IHO i irt Ita Id win county. srMts the Cobb County Buparltr Court ha authority to deal w tli them lor the actual lyncMng of frank The ii.ini"s id aeveral or i,e i Krank'i lynohara are known to Qov Harris, -t Wag said here to-lay on good auliiority. No arrests will i trade until the entire band is known, it is reported The Oovemor. it was said, hai ra eelved many threatening letters, ami to-day man more protests poured In upon him egalne! permitting what the vvriteis termed "outside int rfe'enee" In the Fiank lynching Inuulry. Publicly voicing thla reaentvaafit age I net meddMng m the case was the Marietta Joumalt believed to be the only Qaorgta newspaper. eXOOpI Tom Watson s Ji ti reoafott, that has ap- tors snd BherilTs of Cobb and Baldwin mntles to take action In the caae. ARREST MAY RE NEAR. 1 1 1 1 1 . .- W.rLI..K ...i ( aar Ral.l.al.1 11 ml . 11I1I1 . iM.Hllra. I .. MiLUiMavii.bg, Cla., Aug. II. Inf.n mallon haa reiichert t!u ara of prim offlciala that an arreat limy lie looKel fur in the Prang lyn.hinR ia.. befar.' the middle of the week Deteellvai ara amid to hae approachad amw of the 'in' 1 Kin .... P U UjrV I , .. tamed hy I hi iptei'ttvcs, huwaVOf i- not dlaeloead Hanaatlonal develop mi'iita. however, air expected and win ran i.e aurprieing n more are in dictmenti in connection w ith the can. i relumed in Una I Baldwin) county. Several detocttvea ine (aid to lie .. ..rk between Baldwin and fobb eoun- tiea nil lha - . M. .-.i.i r . a i ad"' . ' " -- I M1 p!W K2 i