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The Omaha Daily Bee
VOK XLI NO. 263.
OMAHA,- FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 19, 1012-FOURTEEN PAGES.
COPY TWO' CENTS.
PEOPLE AT PIER
: FOR RELATIVES
Automobiles Carry Veiled Women
and Silent' Ken to Docki as
MONET HEADY FOR SUKYITOSS
Stock Exchange Bring Cash in Box
. for the Heedy. . r
EARLY A1BITAL SUB PRISES All
: Physicians, Nurses and Ambulances
Beady for Action.
' POLICE SQUAD HANDLES CBOWD
So On Without Permit Allowed Be
yond Taut Hopes.
HOTEL POEMS HEADQUARTERS
1 31 ee ting Pine AmicH fa e
reeved aad TkoM Wl Have"
I . Surviving! Relative en the
, KEW TOK, April M.-At teg minutes
psst t Ultra iu an agonised waltlnc
whlla tha boat wa being alowly warped
lata Ita berth. Tha seen at thia time
in and about tha great pier waa ana of
great. animation and eager expectancy.
Tha erowdi had steadily augmented.
but there was perfect order and an awe-
like air ot waiting.
A tha Carpathia waa paalng Into tha
slip It waa urounded by newspaper
beau and there were frequent flashes
from camera which ware taking pictures
01 ina rescue snip, punctuating tns suenoe
like a series of bombs.
Tha great ship came up alowly and
had a hard time docking. Its decks were
black with passengers, but there was a
notable absence of the usual hilarity and
excitement usually attendant upon an
ocean liner's arrival.
EW TORK,a April 11-lg .t drlixllng
rain So policemen gathered early tonight
at tha Cunani line pier at West Four
teenth street and North river prepara
tory to handling the crowds at the ar
rival of the Carpathia.
Inspector McOluskey was In eharga of
the. squad and ropes, dotted with green
Hlhli. were stretched for seventy-tire
yard iu" front of (In piers to held back
the throng. ' No one without a special
! ellllM ill tVMut IbM
As early as o'clock automobiles la
which veiled women and silent man were
wetted began arriving and by 1:10 a small
-txuwa Baa eirewajr fninwi trie nw
steel and concrete structure which covers
A small hotel across the way bad been
converted Into- headquarters for the
newspapers and press association and a
meeting place .for those who bed been
bereaved or had relatives aboard the
Hashes: Teaea I seel.
' Although titers was no rule tor silence,
very-one tslked In whispers. In this
assemblage there were those who hoped
against hope that some dear one was
alive, although the list of survivors hsd
failed to show their names. The police
eh Ing wore on.
- All truffle on West street directly In
front Of the piers was diverted at Four
teenth street on the north and at Thir
teenth street -on the south. Another line
was drawn on the east at Eleventh ave
nue. Thus the emlre block Immediately
In front of the piers waa held sacred to
IkhwII.I.I. MMWtMlt Im Ik.
Shortly before t o'clock news came that
the Carpathia was passing the statu of
liberty. At that hour more than fifty
automobiles were parking In front of the
The early arrival of the Carpathia -at
. (Continued on Second Page.) .
For Nebraska Unsettled weather, with
Srobably rain or enow; higher tempera
jre in west portion.
For Iowa Fair tonight and Friday; ris
I a. in.
4 a. to.
( a. m
Is a. m ...
II a. m....
1 a. m te
p. m 12
1 P- m st
4 p. m it
P. at. it
a. m M
a. m B
P-m , .
Coaaaaimtle Local Keeaed.
112. Bit. Die. 1.
. Highest yesterday 6 - X 79
Lowest yesterday....... 3 s JS
Mean temperature t e J2 X
Precipitation . .SI . T
Temperature and precipitation depar
ture from the normal:
Norma temperature. 12
Iefte4encv for the day i
Total eseViincy since March 1. 1M
Normal KtreclDltatlon -teteieh
"Deficiency for the day. lelnrh
J Total rainfall since March 1....1 TO inches
I t-efleteney since March 1 3 Inch
' Deficiency for cor. period. 111. .ST inch
Deficiency for eor. period, UK. 1.77 baches
Heparin Frwai ntatlene at T aw as.
f tatton and State Temp. High- Rata
of Weather. Tp. m est fall.
Cheyenn. cloudy...-. tC J .14
Davenport, clear 44 at .It
Iwiver. cloudy 34
Ies Motnes, clear is
Dodge City, cloudy........ a
Lander, cloudy .4
Norlh Platte, cloudy .'4
Omaha, cl-ar ., K
rvsbf. douOv .. 3
taod t'itv. cloudy 4S
fll Lake City, .-Mrior.-.. 4
Sesta Fe. pt. rtoud? , X
Sheridan. eiotHlv ts
glotix 4'frr. rioiHiy 52
Valen'.lpe. pt. clondy
- 'l t (Hit at a trace of prr;p;tn.'toi.
, i A. WLLSH, Local Ftrecsstar.
ROOSEVELT JOURS STATE
Colonel Hakes First Address of Day
at Kebraaka City.
KOBE CBITICISJf OF PBESE0E5T
He says rreaaewtly at Good) Llea
teaaat Makes a raw Commaader,
K pee tally Wkes He is
AUBURN.- Neb.. April 11 -Colonel
Roosevelt's views of the qualifications
ot the president were brought out In a
speech which he delivered this morning
at Nebraska City at the beginning of to
days campaigning trip la this stats.
"'Offer we have to try a man out" he
said; "he may be flrat-claaa lieutenant
and doesn't do In command of the army.
Often the lieutenant, when he becomes
commander, means well, but means well
feebly, and you don't get much out of
It, It you have a lot ot strong men around
him who don't mean well at all.'" After
again charging that President Text has
entrusted his fate to Senator Lorimer,
Senator Penrose. . Senator Galltnger and
others, whom he characterised as op
posed to the rale ot the people, he sdded:
"When I was president I saw all those
men; I consulted with them. But I
didn't let them be my master. When
ever .there was lineup between them
and the people I waa against them." The
colonel brought out a laugh from the
crowd with a new epigram; he was
speaking of the "silk stocking whlgs,"
who, hs said, were against him. He
added: 'The silk stocking. It hs is a
game man. la Just aa good as If he didn't
wear any nocks at all." Colonel Roose
velt' program called for a day's run
through the southeastern section ot the
state, ending at Lincoln, where he Is to
speak tonight. . -
Address at Falls city.'
TBCUM8EH. Neb.. April llV'I want
to see the people of Nebraska vote to
morrow the way Illinois and Pennsylvania
did yesterday." Colonel Roosevelt said In
his speeches today aa he was whirled
through . southeastern Nebraska. "We
have the right sort of progress! res In Ne
braska; you go forward, but not so fast
that you. fall over and trip up."
The crowd which met the colonel on
his journey were Isrge and they ' gave
hire a noisy welcome. In the first half
ot the day'a run after leaving Nebraska
City he spoke at Auburn. Falla City.
Humboldt, Table Rock, Pawnee and Te
cumseh. "We are not only fighting the
battle ot the plain people of the repub
lican party." he said. 'nt we are fight
ing tor the plant people ot the whole
In rail City the colonel waa taken for
an automobile rut before making his
speech. His automobile was crowded to
Its fullest capacity, with as many men
dinging to the running board aa could
hang on. The colonel looked behind him
and saw two pursuing automobile simi
larly loaded. He stopped hf car sir!
waited for the others to overtake him.
"I .think I'll make t speech right here."
be eald. "It has been such a long time
sroerTve'tU a" etiinrf."" Ht Mood up
in hi tsar and talked for a moment Jok
ingly. Three- carpenters were working
on a building beside the road. Two ot
them scrambled down their ladder and
ran to hear hint. The third hammered
away without paying any attention ti
ny ueerge, tnere standpatter on
the' ladder." said ' Colonel Roosevelt
"Drive on boys."
Chicago Man Shoots
Rival and the Girl
CH1CACJO. April 1.-Whlla walking
along tha street together, two persons
were shut In the back of the bead today
by Nicholas Staples. S years old. On
of the victim! was Florence sillier, a
year younger than the assailant H
companion was Phillip Tenerelll, a few
One bullet struck Hiss 'ill Her behind
the right ear and Inflicted a fatal wound.
The shot that bit Tenerelll furrowed his
Puples and TenerelU were rivals. Both
were locked up.
FIELD MUSEUM WILL BE
MOVED TO LAKE FRONT
CHICAGO, April BX-The Field Museum
will be located on the lake front are
Twelfth street, the present site of the
Illinois Central passenger station, ac
cording to an account made here today
ef the negotiatlona between the South
Park commissioners and ths officials of
the Illinois Central Railroad company,
which has the title to the land to be
The first plan, proposed several month
ago. was held up by the elty council be
cause of objection that'll was gresllv
to the railroad's advantage, but under
I the term of the will of the late Mar
shall Field little time remains far be
I ginning construction of the museum.
! the park commissioners. Instead ot welt
jlng for council action, secured from th
iMiivsw eKwimuum os ine onsiaai p:si.
J These modifications. In their opinion, wl."
. meet the objections raised .to the original
The present arrangement Increases th
area ot the property to be transferred to
LAWYER GIVEN MONTH FOR
MISUSE OF THE MAILS
CHICAGO. April tL-Maunc W. Grafts,
a yowag Cleveland lawyer, charged with
aauMI the maila In attempts to defraud,
pies d-d gsarty before In Med States Dis
trict Judge Carpenter tuday and -was sen
teaeed to thirty days in Jail.
.An earnest plea for mercy was made
by the young nun's ande, Clayton K.
Craft, former speaker of the Illinois
general assembly, and others Impressed
the court. A real estate transaction In
volving the mate bank ef La Grange, j
Chicago auburn, caused the downfall ef
DR. KERF00T IS TENEDRED -PRESIDENCY
MITCHEU S. D.. April I -In-, fern
;ud Kerfoot. present ,f Dakota
leyaa unrvrr-ity hie. Imh aen tcnier. 4
rthe presidency of Slamilne untvers:ty ef
I Minseeota sad will accept the place.
Senate Will Bush Investigation of
Titanic Horror with Testimony
- From All.
HAY FORCE IS JUT TO TALK
Hat Sight to Compel Appearance of
White Star Official.
SENATORS HUBBY TO KEW YOBS
Franklin Saya Superior Officer Kay
talk: of laws di cohgbess
air it Arttaa Will Be Taken by
Meade at eaveraaaeal to Geard
Agalaet the Repetition at
WASHINGTON. April ll.-Bearlng
subpoenas for certain persona aboard
the Carpathia. whose names were not dis
closed. rVnator Smith ot Michigan and
Senator New lands ot Nevada, two mem
bers of the senate subcommittee which
will take the first steps In ths congres
sional Investigation of the Titanic dis
aster, went to New York today to meet
the rescue ship. Senator Bourne, the third
member of the subcommittee, will Join
them there tomorrow.
The subesnunittee Intend to subpoena
everyone en the Carpathia who might
throw any light upon the causes ot ths
Cam Compel Teetlmeay.
Any doubts a to ths powers ot the
senate to command testimony by J. Bruce
Islsmay, managing director of ths White
Star line, or other officers ot the com
pany because they are foreign subjects
wss dispelled today.
Secretary Nagel, after talking with
President Taft, declared there waa no
question of the Jurisdiction of the senate
to summon any witnesses who are In
the United 8tatea territory.
Secretary Nagel, Supervising Inspector
General L'hler, of the steamboat Inspec
tion service, Bergeant-st-Arms Rsnsdell
of the senate and his aaslstsnts accom
panied the senator with a party of others
who went to meet friends or relatives
aboard the Carpathia.
lira. Champ Clark and alls Genevieve
Clark,. Representatives Levy and Gold-
togle ot New York and other members
ot the house were among these. '
Will Rash Investigation.
Chairman Smith said ha sspected to re
turn tomorrow night or Saturday and that
the Investigation would Immediately be
proceeded with and pressed vigorously.
Committees of both bouse of congress
today ordered favorably reported "radio
communication" aupervlsloa, bills de
signed to simplify wireless work and In
sure ths efficiency ef that service .
If tha steamship officials should refuse
to respond to (ha committees Inquiries
It waa suggested that steps could be
taken to penalise vessel entering har
bors without compliance with American
requirements and that other action might
be eoneldered. '
"We are not going Intb this matter with
a club," said Chairman Smith, when this
point waa suggested. "Wa have, how
ever, full control of our harbor and we
will proceed cautiously and conserva
tively." , - . .
Isasay Hep Be WllUag.
NEW YORK. April U.-P. A. I. Frank
lin, vice president f the ' International
Mercantile Marina company, announced
early thla evening that be waa entirely
In the dark as to the condition ot the
Titanic a survivors.
"Will Mr. Ismay appear voluntarily be
fore the senate investigating committee?"
he waa asked.
"o far as I know he will," Mr. Frank
lin responded. "I cannot speak for him.
but I can sav that everyone connected
with the White Star Una will aid the
committee la every way possible."
Mr. Franklin added that the White
tar line would probably Issue a formal
statement tomorrow, following an In
vestigation te be conducted by it, telling
what bad been learned of .the disaster.
EASTERN ROADS REFUSE
DEMANDS OF ENGINEERS
NEW YORK. April U.-The committee
of general manager ef the eastern rail
roads after a further eonstderatloo today
of the renewed demands by ths engineer
of the fifty railroads la the eastern ter
ritory for Increased wages sent a com
munication to Grand Chief stone of the
Brotherhood ef Locomotive Engineers
that "It Is not possible to accede to your
wage request and those certain te follow.-
LLOYD SAYS DEMOCRATS
PAY SALARY OF MRS. PIERCE
WAKHiyOTON. April m-Repreent-ttve
IJoyd of Missouri, chairman ot the
committee on account, stated te the
house today that Mrs. Helen Pierce Gray,
whose connection with the committee en
expenditure In the Interior department
predpitsted warm personalities between
Mr. Graham and Mr. Mann, was paid Ki
a month from tha democratic aongree
sional campaign committee's fund foe
her work for the house committee. Mr.
Lloyd is chairman of the democratic con
The National Capital
' Tharadas, April I, 1P1Z.
' The Senate.
Met at Boon.
Considered mlwellaneoue Mils ea caisn-
I t ommerce comnrft tee appointed subrom-
mlttee of seven members to take tretl-
i mony m Titnc Invesiuratlon. -
hairmsn niimcham of Jvrimer com
mittee announxed its report would be
! reauy eooo.
Finance cmimiteee voted adverse re
I port on citfrnhai taif revlsien bill.
Mm St ttoot. '
Kej-o-nert crr 'dees tka f postoffice
ReprMi;atis kill I., regu-
1 Ui a!iiatt.i- wireh-sa teiegrsphy and
3 hi reoiito 1 nh Or w,i ere-
iirent tranoatwatic travel routes leporttd
favorably ay eossouiM.
: , T
NEWS OF WRECK WITHHELD
Carpathia Befuiee to Answer All Re-
queiti for Information.
T AFT'S MESSAGE IS IGNORED
He Attention raid ta Deeellon Re.
aaedlaa Malar Bett -teaareea
- .Will Benin. a Inealsy ; 1 -.
7 at Once. ;.-.'
.- WeHHl.NUTON. Arwri-he--iavy
departmaat UM motrfiig gave out a dis
patch tent by tha trailed State steam
ship Salem at I a. m.. corroborating ths
numerous dispatches declaring that ths
Carpathia has parststently declined to
answer any messages ef Inquiry, although
sometime acknowledging call. The mes
sage made remarkable time, having been
received In Wsshlngton ten minutes after
Ita dispatch from the Salem. It follows:
"United States Steamship Salem, I a.
m.-Can get no Information from Car
pathia of any kind, although It Is within
easy, radio communication. It sometimes
acknowledges, sails, but will not sdmlt
receipt ot mssssge or make reply. Can
not believe It haa failed to understand tha
messages I have sent. It Is within easy
range of the torpedo station (Newport,
R. I.), so Salem will sail to Bradford
I naval coaling station on Nsrrsgansatt
Bay. Rhode Island), this afternoon.
Among the messages Ignored was one
signet by President Taft. asking If
aiajor Butt Is among tne survivors.
- Official ef the Navy department ars
suapsndlng Judgment on the conduct of
officers ef the Carpathia. who hava
treated with scant courtesy requests for
Information transmitted through ths
scout cruiser Salem and Chester by gov
ernment official. Including the president
ot tha United States.
Whether responsibility res with the
captain ef the Cunarder or President Is
may of the White Star line, who la re
ported a a survivor of the Titanic
aboard the Carpathia, I a matter of con
jecture. Naval officials Indignantly reject the
Insinuation by the Cunard people that
the naval wireless operator sr incap
able of handling mesagea with due celer
ity. Taft A as were Meeaaaea.
The expression of sympathy seat to
President Tsft yesterday by three Ameri
can cardinals haa been acknowledged
(Continued ea Second Page.)
.VvWuate .MeWiM, April It.
For PrYtkMnt : 1 J
William Howard Taft.
For United States Senator: . '
Karris Brown. , -
For Electors-at-Large: Vote tor Tws
Edmund 0. KcGilton
Ernest X. Pollard
For District Klector:
Alfred C Kenned
For National Committeeman
Far Delecatea-et-Larar:, Vote for Four
John !. Wru r
K. iL Mi lineieVjr.
a n aa- &..!.
E. B. Perry
CTsj-earloa E. Atlaana
flurries A. Mrttapnrl
4 tiarlra R. Hrwelnger
Frank M. Cprrle
For Lietiirt lleate: Vols for Two
Jusepfc t '. liuut !
Nets l. stunt j w tar-TKR :ITT. la, April 11-H-"
For District Alternates: Vote for Tw rial )-Iiewey niaman H ' at the hee
Charlew L. Saunders jpttal heee thla moraine o wound be
f. H- ClarWte received a lew day no y hue kunukg.
Four Counties in
Louisiana Will Be
GRKKNV1LLE. Miss., April 11,-Flood
wster rushing through a rapidly widen
ing breach, In I ha Mississippi river dike
nsar ths town ot Brtilshr ilins,. are
spreading ever the fertile delta lands to
dy. Practically ths entire southern halt
of Bolivar county I Inundated and before
it -flow back into the illSHlsslpnl yiU
flood the counties ef Sunflower, Wash
ington, Sharkey and Issaquena, compris
ing some of. the richest cotton land In
the world, iienoit,. Dahomey, Bcutsh,
Cleveland. Pare. Hhaw, Choctsw, Leland
and Rolling" Fork are the larger towns
directly In ths path of ths overflow.
Uaaolln launches were scut from this
city and Rosrdsle early today to begin
aa exploration of ths Inundated territory
In search ot refugees. If any lives are lost
ths number will be smsll, as prepsratlons
for flight had been mule -at all ths Im
Ths crevasse In the levee occurred late
last night on the Hughes plantation In
Bolivar county, four mile south of
Beulah and about forty mile north ot
Greenville, When the embankment gavs
way 13) feet of the earthworks col
lapsed. Thla morning titer gsp I almost
1,0 feet wide.
MEMPHIS. Terni.. April ll.-Twsnty-fire
thousand persons wsrs sdded to ths
number of flood sufferer In Arkansas.
Louisiana and Mississippi by breaks In
the me In line levee on the Mississippi
near Roaedale and on the Arkansas river
Vice President of
Mutual Life Dead
MILWAt'KKE, April UFlrst vice
president . J. W. Skinner of the North
western Mutual Insurance company, of
Milwaukee, died this afternoon In his
office from a stroke of apoplexy. Mr.
Skinner wss 74 years old.
HOUSE COMMITTEE VOTES
AGAINST NEW BATTLESHIPS
WASHINGTON. April ll.-The nava'
committee of the house today noted
against battleships sod cruisers aa part
of this yesr addition to the American
fleet. The following program waa agreed
on by the committee:
Two fuel ships, p-.ie.000 each: four sub
marines, , each; six torpedo boat
destroy era, V.4(I eech, and a tender
for the destroyer.
A direct vote on the question ef buHding
hauleehtp resulted In the defect of th
proposition, which hss already been
turned down by the democratic mucus
Ths proposed naval program Is li.4Oj.0O)
lee than that of last year. The commit
tee will recommend aa appropriation of
taw. OS convert the colliers Vests I and
Prometheus Into repair ship, it will'
also provide that part of the submarines
are te be. detailed to the Pacifle coast
GENERAL GRANT'S FUNERAL
. WILL BE HELD APRIL 26
NEW YORK. April U.-Ueutenant V
W. Ilowse, who waa side-de-camp to
Oeneral F. D. Orant. announced til
he funeral of Oeneral Grant, which
I, will be held en April Zi.
WEBSTER CITY BOY DIES
OF GUNSHOT WOUND
TITANIC WARNED SUNDAY
Metaba Sent Mcwag-e Few Hour. Be
fore Oiant Ship Struck.
WAS ' HTNETT MILES 15 FRONT
Operator Tuned Inslrnments fa
brevier Madias and Did Set
Her Appeal tar Help
. Innacnee Ie Field,
" NEW TOKK; April ia-The Atlantic
transport liner lire ha. In today tram
England, reports that Sunday night the
following message passed between the
Mesab and ths Titanic, both bound lor
New York . , , . i
M. R. Y Lslltinte 4J to 41 fS north,
longitude to i:a west, much heavy Ice
nnd great number of bergs. Weather
iHlgtted.) CLAHKK, Csptsin Mesons.
Thanks. "7 j
IKIgned.l K. O. Y.
"M. J. Y." Is ths call of ths Titanic.
The Titanic at the time the message
were exchanged .was estimated to be
about ninety mile astern of the Mesaba.
Kxplanstfon ot the failure of the Mesaba
to get tha "S. O. S." call of ths Titanic,
when It hit ths berg. Is msde by Stanley
Adam, wireless operator of the Mesaba,
who said today that hs hsd bis Instru
ments tuned for a much greater rsdlus
thsn ninety miles after warning ths Ti
tanic, and the waves passed him by with
out registering on his receiver.
On Sundsy morning at o'clock the
llessba rsn Into whnt Csntsln Clsrke
says wss the largsst field of Ice he ever
The field was from seventy te ninety
miles wide and dotted with between
seventy-five to MM enormous bergs. The
Mesaba ran U miles out of Its course to
avoid tbs Ice field. .
On Sunday nigut the operator aboard
the Mesaba heard ths Titanic talking with
Cape i voce, and later sent the Titanic the
message of warning quoted. Again, at
I o'clock Monday night the Mesaba heard
the Olympic talking with the Parisian
and learned for the first time that the
Tltanlo had failed to profit by the Ms
sabs, a warning and had been deatroyed.
of Survivors Are
: Received From Ship
NEW YORK. April IIL-Tht following
lit of additional lurvlvora has )ust be
suaouneed by the Cunard line. In some
cases the names do not conform with tbs
First Class- ,
' Mrs. O. Thorne.
'Mrs. and Mies Coniptnn (previouely re
ported Mr. and Mrs. A. T. I'ompton),
Mrs. tdgar J. Meyer (previously re
Peter U. Imly.
Caroline Dej Strom (not on passengv
Mary Jerwanl (not on passenger list).
Anna liarlln and child (probably Anns
Hamatinen and Infant son).
Manan Kanton iprobably Mrs. Kan tar).
Bertha I left.
Dainy Bright (probably Mis Dagmar
CUMMINS' CONFERS WITH
DEMOCRATS ON METAL BILL
UASHIaNOTO.V. April K.rVntor
( iimmlns of low. proertAmtv jpubHcmn,
t m confwrnce with the? dMrocnit mm-
br ot tit? ftiufkCaj comnlttM today. u-
imtttod bia bill for the rrTtefcit. ef the
' mrt rchr-lulc of tha tariff law. It ro
' vldra for cvwtilrahic fuettoi; ou Iroa
i and at, ratraabout midway betreii
' ti, irrnt tariff and th huu tm-
i ocratlc bill. The 4enMra,tM! mrobra.
' mM the tcrtjiry, fHt an Mrivti,l
AT 9 O'CLOCK BY
Doctors Are Taken on Board Carpa
thia at Quarantine Station,
' New York. ;
PROCEEDS ON UP THEUPFEE BAT
Wireles Operator Lrnores All Be
quests for Information.
FACTS KEPT FROM SURVIVORS
Host of Them Ignorant of Extent of
THIRTEEN LIFEBOATS ABOARD
ami I at iaw ,
Evidence that Not All of Twenty
Could Be Used. .
MORE ABANDON ALL HOPE
Jfaw Definitely Believed that Aetor,
Straus, Guggenheim, Wldewer, .
nil, 'HnrrU and Maya
Nothing in news reports so
fur tQ include Emil Brandeis
of Omaha in the list of saved.
kkw TORK. April a-Csptaln imlth
shot himself on the bridge and the ehlef
engineer likewise committed suicide and
three Italians wsre shot to death In the
struggle tor th lifeboats. -
The passengers who first told- of the
captain' end said that twe attempts wsre
necessary before he was successful in
ending hi life. Brother officer wrested
a revolver from his hand In th library.
but he broke awy, rushed to th brWg
and shot himself thtough the mouth.
NKW TORK. April IS.-Atter taking on
board th doctor at the Quarantlna ta
rlon, while under reduced speed, the Csr
pathia resumed the usual barber head
mnA eiaamea on un the upper levy.
progress I such, that there eeem
little doubt that It will docg by S o'clech.
th Urn previously estimated.
NSW TORK. April ut. -Steamer Csr-
pathla an It wy up tha bay, readied
quarantine station at t: o'clock Blowing
un slightly so s to allow ths doctors to
board It. It will proceed directly on to It
plsr. , '
ST. LOl'lfl. April la. A wlrsleis tele
gram from the Carpathia wa received
her this atttrnoon from Bpencer- V.
liver Thome, a survivor of th Tltanlo.
It read: "Hafe; notify wife." t
There was soms question aa to the
Identity of the Silver Theme In the sue
vlvorC list aa received early la the wee.
The nsme In ths list waa 1L Spencer
NEW TORK, April la. -The Whlla
Star line Issued thle afternoon a revised
list of the first cabin survivors. It I th
same aa previous revised lists, with the
exception that tha nam ot Howard U.
Case haa been eliminated. '
The following bulletin wan made public
by the White Bur line shortly after I
o'clock thla afternoon:
"Carpathia due at Sandy Hook p. ni.
Should dock at II p. m. -
NEW TORK, April lt-Wlrsless mes
sages bombarded the Carpathia all
hut night and thla morning: but with
little result. Even a message from
President Tsft ssklng the. news ef
his lets aide. Major Butt, remained un
No joy thrills a man
in spring and sum
mer like an exhilar
ating spin; through
the. soft slfhlng
woods in a majestic
. automobile. Where is
the man, or 'woman, or
child who does not de
light in such recrea
tion T You cannot name
If you are without a motor
car, you can jet one at aa In
significant coat by lookiaj;
into the opportunities that
are on every aide. , .
Glance at the classified
section of To Bae under
"Second Hand Auto."' in
neit Sunday's issue. There
will be listed ths best bar-,
gain in both new and sec
ond hand nschln.es that you
can find iny where.
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