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delicate condition, sHe was assist
ed by a trained nurse. The nurse,
Miss Caroline EndreS, was also
Mile. Bidois is a French girl
frohi the Guernsey islands.
BRIDE PUT IN LIFEBOAT,
HUSBAND DIES IN SEA
Mrs. Daniel Warner Marvin.
A honeymoon cut short by the
appalling Titanic disaster was
that of Daniel Warner Marvin
and his young bride, both of
New York. On March 13 they
left for Europe, to spend their
honeymoon, returning on the Ti
tanic. When the lifeboats were leav
ing the -Titanic, the young bride
groom carried his protesting
bride to the deck and forced her
to get in one of the boats, al
though she clung to him and beg
ged to stay on board with him.
Then she pleaded with him to
get in the lifeboat also, but he
refused to take the-, place ofa
eqofrifiwfoq atii i eboo'g
woman, and waited.
"He said he would come soon,"
the tearful bridej cried. "(5h, I
could see him throwing akiss to
me just as our life boat drew
Her marriage to Mr. Marvin
caused considerable comment, as
they had taken a moving picture
record of the ceremony.
SAYS OLYMPICNDID NOT
SEND UNTRUE STORY
Plymouth, Eng., April 20.
Captain Haddock of the Olympic
today positively and emphatically
denied that the wireless message,
which the operator at the Caper
Race station picked up, and which
said that the Virginian was1 tow
ing the Titanic to port, was sent
from his vessel.
"I never had any infomation
to that effect," said Haddock.
"The intimation that it was sent
by me to the Cape Race man is
absolutely unjust. I do not know
from wh6m he could have receiv
ed that message."
Roy W. Howard, news man
ager of the United Press, who
crossed the Atlanticon the Olym- '
pic, in a cable today, distinctly
says that the passengers on board
that ship informed, through an
official bulletin posted Monday
afternoon, that although the Tj
tanic had struck an iceberg ALL
THE PASSENGERS WERE
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