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NIGHT EXTRA NIGHT EXTRA T0I. I-3STO. 203 PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, MAY 8, 1015. PBIOB OiOJ CENT CamioBT, 1815, bi tnnPciuo Lteon Coumnt. LUSITANIA DEATH TOLL 1346; 132 Ml ONE OF THE DEATH-DEALING INSTRUMENTS THAT CARRIED PROUD LINER TO FA.G.VANDERBILTLOST ONLINER, FROHMAN ALSO'AMONG MISSING pilionaire Lost Life When Lusitania Was Torpe doed Hope for Theatri cal Magnate, Klein and juHubbard Abandoned. Ktv. nt ifadnlfo fpnort eoneernlnir the if. rJ... -7t . -A..n visvi nf 1t..Ai-nnt1nnn1 arepatitlon who sailed on the Lusitania 8H "received today In a special cable $4!sptch from London. sayins the cabin Sit'ejird of the liner had declared that sittrtd Gwynna VanderbUt had cone down Iirith the ship. The American consul at lUverppol also said that Mr. Vandcrbllt ii among; the dead. In Tift II. r rt nnm.v nf mirvlvorfl re- IHlVei at the Cunard Lino offices have Concluded on Page Four. Column One THE WEATHER f S9l if AIR? SX matter of first consideration In any Ijltettcr at sea la the attendant weather IWfidltlons. Thus, avaii In thn mnnerA ea- W dispatches that gave the first Inkling itne disaster to tha Lusitania, yester- ryccm was found to say: "The weath er Meir." gTatwtwri. how, where and why are mjr me nrsr. mougni in Bucn n. wtropne as the present one. nui tha flrt AatnKllah nf ftWi nt tnnrA IDSF Ytnna HiimmJ . .1... Ibh ft a gWsr ocean, of all things most sub- EJ1"1' o weatner influence, the conol Ej "ie time play a tremendous part. si-rv nsauiiu- i cear.T Kg8 number 200 or 2000, who may not ireaior tnat It'was so, FOREOAtlT Ttt PMladelDhla and vMnitm rtn- KUV flr and slightly cooler tonight M Buniqy; ioderat westerly winds. vr oeiaiM, see paye S, Observations at Philadelphia t55tr ....""; ti r13" ......:...::;: to . .....Weet, p miles iaUit-ji'houM'::;:::::.':;...? m ttmDVi.hV''','M,,,, "" 2 - "mjuwure t.X.,..,. 7 On tha p..in -.. t .'frs ..., Weather, cloiijr. Temp. B3 Alfflhnar nf tfe TIv Lamns to Rm T.ih.i 1 "4 other Tehlcle..,.,.,,, 7iflp.m. The Tides , . -- aaulj. PUr tomorrow" .......JO.W p.m. . ..w ,,, ,.,T.po.m, . pWsinpt BTREBrrwHARr. t..rirf?w Si a.m. .vurow .. ....,10.32 a.m. Ltw tomorrow - S'f2 - Hfww T.09 a. m. u BRBjlK:WAWER. "f tomorrow' ";''' ??? P'10' AMERICAN PASSENGERS LOST; GERMANY JUBILANT 217 SURVIVOR ON LATE LISTS FROM CABINS New ReportsAdd Sev eral Names to Those Saved Prominent Americans Still Missing. Revised Figures From Official Sources Show Loss of Life Enormous Identifications Difficult and Many Names Garbled in Transmission. NEW YOnK, May 8. The following re vised list of survivors of the Lusltanta was compiled from official bulletins given out at the Cunard offices, both here and In London, from cablegrams from Qucenstown and from State Department advices from the American Consul at Queens town: D. A. THOMAS, Cardiff, Wales. ISAAC L8HMANN. MAHTIN LEHMANN. D. L. LEHMANN. EMILY DAVIS. O H. HAMMOND, New York CHARLES T. JEFFERY, Chicago. J. H, BROOKS, New York. O. G. MOSLEY, New York. ANNIE WALKER. H, F. J. PERRY, Buffalo. ; JULIAN D'AILIA. Cuban Consul-General to Liverpool. ' P, J, YOUNO, Montreal. ' A. B. ACROSS. R. W. CARINS. II. M. DALY. N. M. RATCLIFF, New York. ' MRS M. B. ,LABB J. H. CHARLES, Toronto. DORIS CHARLES, Toronto. VIRGINIA' LONEY, New York.- R. J. TIMMIS, New York. JAMES BAKER, England. MRS. JAMES ADAMS. A. R. ROBERT CLARKE. ANQELE TAPP. NATHAN KHMPSON. C. F, BTURDY. Montreal. A. T. MATTHEWS. Montreal. JOHN W. McCONNELL, Memphis, Tenn. MRS. CHARLES PADLEY. Liverpool. LADY MaoWORTH. Cardiff. Wales. MRS. N, B. LASSETTER, Sydney, Australia. MASTER FRED LASSETTBrt. Sydney, Australia. C. B. LEROYD. DR. HOWARD FISHER. New Yortc. HAROLD BOULTPN", JR., London, F. O. LEWIS. C. P. BERNARD, Concluded on Fate Three, Column One UFEB0AT FIIiLED WITH PASSENGERS CAPSIZED Lusitania Survivor Says Small Craft Turned Over 'When Lowered. QUEENSTOWN. May . That at least one of the Lusitanla's boats loaded with women and children capsized after It had been, launched was stated hew today by Bertrand Jenkins, of New York. He said that he had helped two women. Into the boat, one of them belnr Miss Bramwell, an opera singer, of' New York, The boaj turned over after striking the water and only a few of thosa on board were rescued by an other boat '''. .. , ' ,..,. sd today's laterUj rtifle on vru FalUeW ea p vu. ONLY TWO OF 30 FROM THIS CITY ON BIG LINER REPORTED RESCUED Names of SamuelM. Knox, Shipbuilder, and Dean Hodges in the List of Saved Fate of Twenty eight Still in Doubt. The names of only two of the 30 Phlla delphlans on board the Lusitania ap peared In the lists of survivors received in this city today. They are those of Samuel M. Knox, president of the New York Shipbuilding Company, of Camden, and Dean Winston Hodges, the 5-year-old son of William S Hodges, agent for the Baldwin Locomotive Works, who sailed with his wife and two children. A former Philadelphlan, Mrs. S. L. B Lines, of Toronto, was nmong the sur vivors. A cablegram was received at the home of Mrs Lines' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. Lamping, of Ridley Park, this morning, from Mr and Mrs. Lines in Queenstown. Mrs. Lines was formerly Miss Ethel Lamping. Tho cablegram said: "Ethel and I arrived safe. Thank God." A second cablegram arrived later from Mrs. Lines, saying "Both safe and well." Mrs. Lines, before her marriage, was a teacher at the William Penn High School for Girls in this city. Mr. Lines Is a representative of the Chamberlain & Hookhan Meter Company, Ltd., of London. Mr. Lines married Miss Lamping at Ridley Park a year ago. The couple booked passage nearly a month In advance of tho sailing of the Lusitania. Mr. Lines was forcec? to return to Eng land on business and took his wife with him. Mr. Lamping, her father, is an in surance broker in Philadelphia. After a sleepless night. Epent In the vain quest of news of the fate of tho Phlladelphlans on the big liner, hun dreds of their relatives and friendB be sieged the newspaper offices and the office of the Cunard Line at 13th and Walnut streetB today for the latest dispatches. Against the lire of every person on board there stood the two chances to one that he or she was among the lost. Tortured by the hope that their own were among the spared, men and women stood at the desks of newspaper business offices, wandered ojt on the street to watch the bulletin boards, only to re turn again to renew their Inquiries; while others sat at phones In their homes, send ing In several times an hour their ap peals for news, or, if not news, at least Concluded on Fare Tiro, Column One RUMORED BLOWING UP OF NEW YORK SCOUTED American Line Officials Declare Report of Destruction of Liner Lacks Foundation, NEW YORK, May 8. American Line officials this afternoon scouted a rumor which they admitted was In circulation locally that the steam eWp New York, of their .line, due In Liverpool tomorrow, had been torpedoed. The Hue officials declared they had had absolutely no word from their London of fice and were not worried by the rumor, which they attributed to nervousness In cidental to the Lusitania disaster. The Philadelphia, of the Amerloan Line, passed out of tho Narrows shortly after noon. David Lindsay, of the American Line, was emphatic in his declaration that the company bad not receld a line from any point which, would substantiate the rumor In even the slightest degree. He said that at the present time the New York was not yet within the Irish, Sea He said h! line received telephone In quiries regarding rumors, naming vlr tually every ship In the International Mercantile Marine Lines, many of which were manifestly absurd, since the eb'ps they concern were either tied up at raeU-iV or In mld-oeaan. " '" wui. Berlin Newspapers, in Colossal Type, Proclaim Tragedy Master Stroke of Policy Bryan Calls for Statement From Imperial Government Britain Appalled at Disaster. High-power Torpedoes of Specially Deadly Type Hurled at Liner Two Lethal Missiles Pierced Ship's Double Skin and Explosion Tore Out Vitals Vessel Heeled Over, Ren dering Lifeboats on Side Attacked Useless. While England and America are grief-stricken at the tragedy of tho torpedoed Lusitania, all Germany is rejoicing at a master stroke of the Yon Tirpltz policy of extermination of Britain on the seas. According to a Copenhagen dispatch the Berlin newspapers today pro claim in headlines of colossal type the torpedoing of tho Lusitania and declare that Germany has registered a new triumph for her naval policy. The editorial comment generally declares that England received what she deserved. The Cunard Line this afternoon announced that the total casualties in tho loss of the Lusitania were 134 6, according to the latest figures available. Tho figures mode public are as follows: Total number carried, 204 0. Total passengers on board, 1 1 91X. Crew on board, 8 50. Number of dead landed, 4 6. Number of fatalities feared, 1 8 4-fl. Of the 188 Americans listed as passengers on the Lusitania, 132 are believed to have drowned or been killed by the explosion that shattered tho great liner. Virtually all the prominent Americans who sailed on tho Lusitania were still unaccounted for when the company issued its statement, and it was feared that Alfred G. Vnnderbilt, 'Charles Frohman, Elbert Hubbard and Charles Klein had perished. Tho Admiralty announced this afternoon that 4 5 additional survivors from the Lusitania had been landed at Qucenstown from a drifter. Six hundred and fifty-eight had been previously reported.. This brings tho number of known rescued up to 703, according to Admiralty figures. Forty-five bodies have been landed at Queenstown, according to tho Admiralty, which bases its statistics on an earlier report that tho Lusitania had 2160, instead of 204 0, souls on board. The latest Admiralty report states it has abandoned hope that any of the 14 67 passengers and sailors still missing have been rescued. Secretary Bryan has forwarded to Ambassador Gerard a request for a statement from the commander of the submarine. LONDON. May 8. Known survivors of the Lusitania now total 703, according: to the Admiralty. The mlsslns number Is set at H57, and It Is feared that the final death llBt of the plant liner, torpedoed by a Ger man submarine off the south coast of Ireland yesterday afternoon, will be In the neighborhood of that number. The Cunard Company's figures are 1316 casu alties. The Admiralty Issued an announce ment this morning saying that only 6M persons were known to have been res cued. Seven hours later it Issued an other statement saying that 45 more survivors had reached QueenBtown. The additional rescues were made by a drifter. Reports as to tha number of Amer leans who perished are conflicting-, rang ing from 0 to 141. Alfred O. Vander bUt, Charles Krohroan, Charles Klein and Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Hubbard have been given up for dead. The latest esti mation of American dead Is U2. AnUcIpatlng that Germany will claim that the Lusitania was technically a warship, the Admiralty Issued a state ment denying1 that tha liner was armed. The following dispatch from the United State Consulate at Queenstown was re ceived at the American Embassy at 1:15 o'clock this afternoon. "Captain Turner saved. T?tal num ber survivors at Queenstown 3 a, m today 631. About 63 corpses, landed, mostly unidentified, A doien of them may, be American," Many passengers were badly Injured whta the. luw was tosrpidoed and many 1 DESTRUCTION of these died In the hospitals after being brought ashore Others, rendered help less by their wounds, quickly drowned when the ship went down and they were thrown Into the water. The Germans are believed to have used special torpedoes of extra high power against the Lusitania. The missiles pierced the double skin of the great liner, tearing out the ship's vitals. The liner heeled over with such suddenness that the lifeboats on the side where the torpedoes had entered could not be launched. This was another factor that entered Into the heavy loss of human life. All the hospitals In Queenstown were Concluded on Pogo Two, Column Five The Kensingtonian Says: ifort Delaney U now in tha soap busi ness and says he will clean up for Ken slngton. LOST AND FOUND LOST On Friday, a badge of tho yiro Insur ance Patrol. It contains tho word surgeon and tho nm of Dr J. Chaimors D Coat. It tho finder wtll roturn tbU badge to Dr. Da Cota. at M3 Walnut L, no will re ceive a reward. L08T Betwtn Broad and Glrard avo. and nth. and Thompson, gold watch and fob with monogram Q A. M . Howard If returned to O. A Mtluner. 163$ Thmpon it. LOST Tuesday. May i. la Lit Bros.' our, pocketbook containing small clungo and valuable notary .beads, If found return to U ill Ledger Office, LOST Watch charm, oil shapo, in centre o( town. Seward Heturn to J w , 7g gstoeam. OtW oteMUeti ,oj1 on fag H s4 17. STOP-THE-PRESS NEWS WASHINGTON MOB TEARS DOWN GERMAN CONSULATE FLAG NEW VOllK, May 8. A minor Is in circulation hero thnt a mob tn Washington has torn down the Kaiser's flag1 finm the Oer .i .in UmtMBsy. STEAMSHIP NEW YORK SAFE LIVERPOOL, May 8. The American liner New York has not lipen torpuitocd, as tumoicd in Now Yoil; today. Sho wns reported oft' Liveinool today and will dock tomorrow. Sho probably passed through the waters where tho Lusitania wns sunk. CHARLES FROHMAN'S BODY FOUND IiIVXREOOL, May. 8, Chares rrohniau,s body has been .found. BRITISH WARSHIPS 'AT SCENE' OF TRAGEDY QtJEnNSTOWN, Mny 8. There were n number of Urltish war ships near the Bcenf of .the destruction of the Imsltmiln. Sailors on tome of tho British destroyera heard the explosions: However, the wai ships were unable to get any trace of the submarine and not a shot wno filed at it. PASSENGERS' SHIELD FOR WAR CARGO-DERNBURG CLEVELAND, May 8. England cniried American passengers on tho Lusitania na shields for an immense cargo of British muni tions of war. That chargo was made in Cleveland today by Dr. Bernard Dernburg, unofficial spokesman for tho Kaiser in tho United States. LINER'S BOILERS BLEW UP, COAST GUARDS DECLARE nTJEENTOWN, Ireland, May 8. Coast guards who witnessed the destruction of the Lusitania from shore declarred that the first torrpedo had evidently caused the great liner's boilers to blow up. They said that great volumes of completely hiding the ship. 132 AMERICANS REPORTED LOST WASHINGTON,' May 8. The State Department at 1:45 o'clock this afternoon nnnounced that 132 Americans are thought to have, perished on tho Lusitania. LUSITANIA SURVIVORS PENNILESS, IS BELIEF NEW YOBK, May 8. That the plight of the saved passengers from the Lusitania is serious wns indicated by cables received, here today. All arc virtually penniless, as most of them had turned their valuables over to tho jiurber of the liner. Most of thorn took off a Eieat patt of their clothes before they buckled on their lifo belts. Tho situation was emphasized by J. P. King, a first-cabin refugee. Cabling to his employer, Henry C. Brokaw, a wealthy woofen mer chant,, he said: "Saved; everything lost; no money." 25 CANCEL PASSAGE ON LINER PHILADELPHIA NEW YOBJC, May. 8. About 25 persons, booked to sail on the American liner Philadelphia, today canceled their passage because of the disaster to the-Lusitania, according to officials, of the line, The Philadelphia -took, aboaid about 400 passeugors before sailing, time. S " YOUNG "WIFE JUMPS "INTO HIVER A young wife who quarreled with her husband becauso lift would not ten her whera he was going: "all dressed up," tried to Jump Into the, Dela ware River at Pier 8 as tha clock in City Hall tower was Btrlklnsr midnight. Reserve Policeman Burke prevented her. The woman, who Is Mrs. Bessie) Clark, 22 years old, of 13 North 3d street, was dlnmlssed by Magistrate. Car son today after she said she would not repeat the attempt. "SAFE," CABLES MILLIONAIRE AUTOMAKER KENOSHA, Wis., May 8. "Am safe. Was In the water three hours." That was the cablegram received at 9:30 o'clock this morning from Cv tt Jaffery, millionaire automobile manufacturer, a passenger on the Lusitania. RICH SUFFRAGIST AMONG LUSITANIA SURVIVORS NEW YORK May 8. Miss TJieodate Pope, the rich Connecticut suffragist and architect, w saved from the Lusltanta. Her mother, Mrs. Alfred Pope, received a cablegram from Miss Pope today announcing her rescue. ASQUITH WILL BE QUESTIONED ABOUT SEA TRAGEDY LONDON, May 8.-rLord Charles Beresford announced today that h? will question Premier Asqulth in the House of Commons on Jhe sinking of tha Lusitania, It la -understood that he "will ask why aij scort of, de stroyers was not provided for the liner. GERMAN EMBASSY AGAIN WARNS .' AGAINST SAILING 'FOR EUROPB NpW yORS, ifev 8,rThe Qermon $jrt&w! again totfiyrtfJHfHjftJ it J advertisement in tha Jfew Torfc papers warning American that tfovtfl tftwatd 1 Great Britain and, France is dangerous and that alt persons ink tig 4ftfH on ships flying the flag of Great Brftaii and her Mlies da so et tft'-t m risk. n This advertisement appeared originally a week ago, Jt fc.tar tiur i - r ' tania sailed- Following yesterday? sailing of th TraR.faw: Hi ' ' expressed, that submarine way oe in waiting fmit a tisf'sii r ,, Lujifania. ' smoke and steam shot skyward, ' I J '","v'