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Monday, April 22, 1912.
Pulpits Ring With Praise
Of Titanic Wreck Heroes
Not for years have Taeotna pas
tor» had a text furnished them
ready made with the adaptability
offered by the Titanic disaster and
all of them utilized the incident
In their sermons yesterday to em
phasize points In the plea for a
"Misplaced confidence in hu
nian genius," said Rev. A. 1,.
"It was not an act of God. God
has been running the unlvenMi
tor centuries and has not had a
collision yet; it was due to the
orders for full speed," said Rev.
E. G. Wheeler.
Man Cowered While Women
Rowed; Honors Dead Husband
(By United Press Leased Wire.)
NEW YORK. April 32.—J»»n
Jacob Astor went unafraid to his
death. This waa the tribute paid
by his wife, Mrs. Madeline Force
Astor, who arose from her sick
bed today to uiaka it.
The last vacant seat In the
boat, said Mrs. Astor, was taken
HENRY B. HARRIS, the the
ater manager, and who produced,
among others, "The Lion and the
Mouse," "The Traveling Sales
man" and "The Third Degree."
Emll Brandels, numbered
among the many rich men who
went down with the Titanic, was
a member and the financial man
ager of the firm of J. L. Bran
dels & Sons' of Omaha, who oper
atr one of the biggest department
stores in the middle west, and
also own a large theater in
Mr. Brandeis left Omaha for a
tour of Egypt on Jan. 24. Hia
trip over, he cabled hia brother
In Omaha that he was leaving for
„ homo on the Titanic.
HOW TITANIC MET HER DEATH IN FEARFUL PLUNGE AGAINST GIANT ICEBERG.
•<( . The huge steamer struck ,a partially submerged,* Jagged shelf of the' Iceberg.^, The momentum of the "ship'carried her. on and on vt?
against this shelf which tore »"«>■ ii"> baw. hnttniu nUtes and ond water-tighti bulkhead after aiiotl* er for half the -length t>f .th« .
Rev. S. O. Jones dubbed the
sea the "great leveler," encom
passing Stead, philanthropist;
Roebllng, manufacturer; Astor,
capitalist, and Doc Owen, the
"L«ilte the voyage of life is the
voyage by sea—full of attractions,
mysterious and dangerous," said
Rev. J. A. Sutton.
Rev. 8. S. Healey declared it a
result of our "mania for speed."
"More glorious than all," said
Rev. Mtirdock McLeod, "is tne
spirit of man rising to divine
kingship choosing unselfish death
rather than selfish life."
jby. a « man. who fought : his ■ way
through the crowd and leaped in
to it as It was being lowered into
the sea.- This man, she assarted,
snatched all blankets from the
shoulders of shivering. women and
children - and oat huddled, and
cowering in a corner while frail
women rowed. .
WAR IS ENDED
(By United Press l>aaed Wire.)
SAN FRANCISCO, April 22. —
Peace reigns today among tne
warring Chinese, following their
outbreak Saturday, which result
ed In killings in half a dozen Cal
An agreement has been signed
by the factions at the instigation
of the leading Chinese merchants
of San Francisco. The tong wars
have cost the merchants a large
part of their trade by frightening
tourists away from Chinatown.
(By I nil.,i Press Leased Wire.)
CONSTANTINOPLE, April 22.
—The Italian fleet is reported to
day to be mobilized in the Uulf of
Sarosl. l.aml fortifications have
been ordered erected clo.se to the
entrance to the Dardanelles.
The first Tacoma-made moving
picture tilins will be shown at tne
Empress theater this week, in
cluding streets and Industrial
scenes in and about Tacoiua,
manufactured toy the Adverto
The company's operator left
this -morning for Aberdeen to
meet Maj. Cavanaugh, U. 8. A., In
charge of the Grays Harbor jetty
work, to secure photos of the
dumping of rock in the jetty This
completes the Tenino blast films
which will be shown next week
at the Empress for the first time.
The films will be shown later
over the Sullivan & Conaidine cir
cuit throughout the entire coun
JOHANNSEX BAII. REDUCED
(By United Pross Leased Wire.)
LOS ANGKLES, April 22.—
Failure to Include the name of
Anton Johannsen, organizer for
the state trades council in the or
der reducing the bail of Olaf
Tveitmoe and other labor leaders,
charged with transporting dyna
mite on passenger trains caused
the appearance of Johannsen be
fore Federal Judge Olin Welborn
here today. The omission was
corrected and Johann3en's ball
ordered reduced from $7,000 to
SCENES AT WHITS STAB OFFICES IN NEW YORK, TO WHICH REL
ATIVES FLOCKE DFOR "JUST ONE WQss" OF HOPE
Top: Woman on left In Bin aller picture In Mrs. Beiijnmln Guggenheim, wife of the lost sun-It <r
millionaire. The woman in the other picture is Mrs. Polk, who ha.-, just received word that her
sister, Mrs. \V. K. Carter, the Philadelphia society woman who I* noted for her clothes, had been
saved.. At bottom—Oowd in Battery park in front of White Star offices, watcliinif distressed rela
tives mine and go. The man is P. A. It. Wldener, the multi-million uirc< Philadelphia traction mag
nate., who callw at the White Star offices for news of his son, who watt drowned.
MASTER AND MAN
NEWS ITEM —.T. Bruce Ismay
was among those of the "women
and children saved" from the
Titanic. . Ismay is one of the own
ers of the White Star line.
BY B. HXX'HT.
Tho Captain stood where *
For the Law of the sea la grim;
The Owner romped ere his ship
And no Law bothered him.
The Captain stood where the
When a Captain's boat foes
But the Owner led when the
For an Owner must not drown.
The Captain sank ag a man of
While his Owner turned away;;
The Captain's grave was his
bridge and, brave,
He earned his seaman's pay.
To hold your place In the ghastly
Of Death on the Sea at Night,
Is a Seaman's job, but to flee with
Is an Owner's noble Right.
John Hart man, secretary-treas
urer of the Atlas Foundry and
Machine works, Tacoma, was
elected president of the Metal
Trades association of the North
west at Portland last week.
It proposes co-operation and"
THE TACOMA TIMES.
Burn Coal Under Ground?
(United Press leased Wire.)
LONDON, April 22.—C0al min
ers won't be necessary In the fu
ture If a theory exploited by Sir
William Ramsey, famous scient
ist, works out.
Sir William's idea is to burn
the coal under the ground and
collect the gas in tubes at the sur-
• KARLY STRIKES FOR RAISE; WINS. •
• (By l'iiitf.l Press l.cnsi-,1 Wire.) C
• PORT TOWXSEND, April 2 2. —Upon learning that the •
• other attendants at the United States quarantine station at •
• Diamond Point were getting $65 while he was given only $50 #
• per month, John P. Early, the leper who has been chased from •
• one end of the country to the other, finally seeking refuge •
• in Tacoma, is today successful after a strike to obtain more •
• wages. •
LaFollette Says Standpatters
Won With Roosevelt
(By United Preen Leased Wire.)
SAN FRANCISCO, April 22.—
"Ifs a curious fact,' said Senator
Robert M. LaFollette here today,
"that in every state where Roose
velt has won, the rest of the win
ners have been Bland-patters.
"In Oregon, Ben Selling, can
didate of the corporations, de
feated Senator Bourno, progres
sive. In Nebraska, George W.
Ha declares that the cost of
converting the gas into electricity
would be one-tenth of the present
cost and that his acheihe will re
sult In the substitution of elec
tricity for coal and gas, for rail
way*, motive power, heating,
lighting and cooking.
Norria, progressive leader of the
house, was beaten by Senator
Brow, Taft man, who curiously
enough was for Roosevelt.
in Illinois, Deneen, stand-pat
ter, defeated Clyde Jones, pro
gressive, for governor, and Law
rence Y. Sherman ran ahead of
(By United Press Leased Wire.)
PUYALLUP, April 22.—Taco
ma architects are now at work on
plans for the new Carneglo library
to be erected in Puyallup. The'
building will be located in Pioneer
park close to the heart of the city
and will cost $12,500. An audi
torium will be placed on the lower
GET SAFE CRACKERS
is> United Tress I/eased Wire.)
'• SALEM, Or©., April 22.—1n
the arrest here of a strikingly
(handsome woman of mysterious
Identity, A. A. Allison, allaa. J. W.
Polley, alleged former convict,
and William Reeman, the police
liere today believe they have ef
itected the capture of a gang of
| The police found in the posses
sion of Allison, a complete set of
safe-cracking tools. The police
claim the three perpetrated sev
eral robberies committed in Sa
lem In the last few months.
BLiKVATOR HITS ROOF.
Occupants of one of the eleva
tors in the Fidelity building were
given a scare this morning when
the cables on one of the cars be
came twisted and the car shot to
the top of the building only stop
ping when it hit the roof. No
one was hurt. The roof was dam- ]
: aged a little and the car was put
out of order
'Like Son, Like Father' Seen
In Suicide By Asphyxiation
Despondent on account of HI
health caused Ole !*- Spaberg 1 to
commit BUictda yesterday toy lock
iuK himself In the kitchen and
inhaling gas from the kitchen
range. Mr. Spa berg was 58 year*
old and lived with his wife and
daughter at 2043 South Bth at.
He was at one time a prominent
farmer in Canada. Lately he sold
bis interest in his farm and has
(By United Prc«a Leaned Wire.)
NEW YORK, April 2 2.—Unless
an agreement ia reached by 3:33
o'clock thla afternoon 50.000 en
gineers on the railroads east or
Chicago and north of the Ohio
river will be ordered out on strike
within 36 hours.
Employers and men are con
ferring separately here today.
Hope of settlement Is faint.
The engineers want an 18 per
cent Increase In wages, the stand
ardisation of runs and extra pay
when held at terminals.
A strike would seriously affect
eastern cities in the movement of
foodßtuffß, milk and dairy prod
A number of presidents of east
ern railroads, conferred today In
the offices of President Brown of
the New York Contral road.
Commissioner of Labor Neill
and Presiding Judge Knapp or
the commerce court were in at
"The men mean business," de
clared Orand Chief Stone of the
Struck By Auto
(By United I'rens Leaned Wire.)
SAN FRANCISCO, April 22. —
Struck down by a speeding auto
mobile in the heart of the city's
business section, George Browne,
fashionable tailor, 1b believed to
be fatally injured. The machine
was driven by John 1). Jessup,
president of the California Paper
Jessup was arrested and re
leased on $50 ball.
HONOR MIHS GOULD
(By United Pre«« I.<•<■-.. <! Wire.)
SAN PEDRO, April 22.—MIsh
Helen Oould, who Is on her way
to Santa Cataltna with a party of
friends, was tendered an ovation
by the sailors in the harbor to
day. Whistles were blown and
sailors gathered on the decka and
CLARENCE MOORE, one of
Washington's most prominent
millionaire sportsmen, and warm
friend of President Taft. He was
returning from England, where,
as master of the " Chevy Chase
hunt of Washington, he had pur
chased a new pack of hounds.
ARMORY CARD PARTY
TO AID KAKIA" RELIEF
Mrs. J. R. Middlesworth will
give a big card party at the Arm
ory Wednesday for the benefit of
the Early relief fund. Merchants
have donated handsome presents
and extra materials for lunch. A
big crowd la expected.
I. W. W. STRIKE FAILS '
SEATTLE, Wash.. April 22.—
threatened I. W. W. strike on the
waterfront did not materialize to
day. .The walkout of longshoremen
Is confined only to the two piers
where, the men struck for more
wages. There were no demonstra
tions or disturbances this morning.
v GEORGE D. WTDBNKR, known
as I the | traction. of | Philadel
phia, : and .ft , Bon of : Peter :^'A,'"h B.
Widener, one Sof BPhiladelphia's
bean living on the lnoome of hie
His son Oscar committed sui
cide In 1909 by banging himself
In a neighbor* barn. Mr. Spa
berg la survived by a wife, two
daughters and two sons. The re
mains were taken to the O. O.
I.Tim undertaking parlors yester
day to await funeral arrange
Family Stricken by
Iroquois Fire Also
Periled on Titanic
MRS. L. A. HIPPAOH, SON AND
All the terrible fear that he had
lost wife and daughter on the
Titanic overwhelmed U. A. Hlp
iKirli, a wealthy Chicago man,
who only a tew years ago went
through the horrible experience
of losing two beautiful daughters
I in the Iroquols tire.
Mrs. Hippach, long prostrated
by the efiry death of her daugh
ters, had finally gone to Europe
to recuperate and wag rPturnlng
home with the remaining daugh
ter, Jean, on the Titanic. At first
it was believed both were lobl.
Then appeared the daughter's
name among the survivors, hut
not the mother's. Finally Mrs.
Htppach's name also was sent by
wireless as among the rescued.
The son and father went to meet
them in New York.
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j(A UNION DENnSTV«|
Frank Ailing, 74. who recently
deeded his famous fruit and flow
er farm near Wapato lake to tne
city, died at St. Joseph's hospital
Sunday morning and will be
burled with fitting ceremonies
from the Melllnger chapel tomor
row at 2 o'clock.
Ailing has lived here 40 year*.
His wife died five years ago. lie
was always phallanthroplc and an
nually gave away much fruit and
thousands of flowers.
He was the first man on the
coast to ship fruit to Asia, begin
ning with a shipment of apple*
He did not give all his property
to the city but reserved a email
end to give to friends. He did
not get to make his will, how*
over, aa death came upon his*
suddenly after he was taken to
With two deputies, Constable
Fred Bbaw, armed with search
warrants, Saturday -• night [ raided
two madhouses on the Mountain
road. He went first to Bib*,
where he arrested two girls. Kdn»
Mason and Florence Winer. ' ■ , ;
At a house at Batonvlllo three
women. Pearl Rogers, ICdltb Bar
ry and Roue Smith, were arrested.
On the way to Raton vlllo the ma
chine stuck 'In the mud < and the
occupants were forced to remain
there for four hours. £ics€3o:
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