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Southampton run in the White
MANY NOTABLE PERSONS
SAILED TO THEIR DEATH
New York, April 16. Never
before in the history of the sea
did a single vessel carry so many
persons of world wide fame as
sailed to their death on the doom
And, so far as can be learned
from the meagre messages receiv
ed up to date, hardly a one of the
noted passengers escaped. Among
the famous names on passengeY
Colonel John Jacob Astor, di
i ect male head of the famous As
tor family, one of the five richest
nen in the world, and largest in
dividual landowner in America.
William Stead, noted London
mthor, for years editor ofthe Re
iew of Reviews. '
x Charles Melville Hays, presi
dent of the Grand Trunk Rail
road, considered one of the most
brilliant railroad officials in the
Benjamin Guggenheim, fifth of
the seven sons of Meyer Guggen
heim, who for years has been in
charge of the vast Guggenheim
Isidor Straus, brother of Na
than and Oscar S. Straus, and
New York's most prominent He
Henry B. Harris, power in the
theatrical world, native of St.
Louis, and officer of many mana
Frank D.Millet,, noted artist
afcd ,Jraveler"and head of the Am-.
erican Academy at Rome,, Italy.
Clarence Moore, one of Wash
ington's most prominent society
men, who was returning from
England where, as master of the
Chevy Chase Hunt of Washing
ton, he had purchased a new pack
Major Archibald W. Butt, mil
itary aide to President Taft.
Jacques; Futrelle, writer of fic
tion, and his wife.
J. Bruce Ismay, president of the
International Mercantile Marine
Company, which controls the
White Star Line.
FROM THE CLOUDS
"Oh, Billy,. I see a quarter on A
the ground. Let's stop and get it." r&
"That isn't a quarter ; that's
the Pacific ocean." N I
o o V
Nature is. generous, But she
doesn't bring; the sunrise to your
bed unless you hsve an east