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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 24, 1912

"I HAVE NO MONEY THIS QUARTER, BUT I WISH TO SEND SOMETHING": LADY SENDS HER JEWELS TO "THE DAILY MAIL" TITANIC DISASTER FUND.

Mrs. McNamee, who was only recently married. It is thought that she and her husband perished together.

Mr. Lewis Hickman, of Fritham, one of three brothers who were drowned. They were going to Canada.

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Mr. Neal McNamee.

The iewellery sent by the lady who wishes to remam anonymous.

Mr. Leonard Hick man, a Diother.

Mrs. T. W. Cavendish, who was saved. She is the only child of Mr. Henry Seigel, the American millionaire.

Mr. J. Maxwell, the ship's carpenter, who was the first man Captain Smith sent for when the accident occurred.

Mr. T. W. Cavendish, who was drowned. He was a grandson of Lord Waterpark, an Irish peer.

" I f you show this letter to some kind-hearted jeweller he might feel disposed to aid the cause by giving a good price for the jewellery." Such is the letter sent from Ireland by a lady desiring to remain anonymous. She has posted two pendants and a brooch which cost her between £35 and ^40, and which she has sent to The Daily Mail to aid the sufferers by the Titanic disaster. Perhaps some reader

oi The Daily Mirror would like to buy them. Meanwhile, as further details rome to hand the story of how the Titanic went down becomes more and more scandalously horrible. There ought to have been more lifeboats, and then those people whose portraits appear above would all have been numbered amongst the saved.; Sixteen hundred lives were thrown away.

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April 24, 1912

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my cabin at about 11.50 pn Sund.ay i^igbt, just after the collision. There was the smallest impact, " myself 1 went the Soon E n o u g h t o A v o i d It." ice, To satisfy walked back. J forward. T sawfireand then saw a flock of men coming up. 1 askeil them what was the matter, and they said, ' T h e r e ' s water in the hatch.' I looked down and saw water flowing over the hatch. " T h e n I went up on the deck. I met a man Officer Admits That He Did Not in a dressing-gown, who said, ' Iturry. Th.ere's no time for fooling. Then I went to the boiits, Did you know who that man was?—Not then. Return to Pick Up Drowning. I do now. Who was it?—Mr. Ismay. '• Later this man tohi me to get the wonien and children into the boats. I lowered one, and then Mr. Ismay came to the boat and helped me, " I put in quite a number of women and a few Passenger Says It Was Ignored in men, and then I called for more women, but there were none to be seen. Then f stepped back Spite of Women's Protests. on the ship again. " The ofiicer Murdoch told me lo get itUo the boat and row around to the after gangway. I thought that was the thing to do, because ! expected to bring all the passengers back to the ship again. Were the passengers r e h u t a n t tLi gel into the .•Wore remarkable tvidt-nce was i>:\\i:n\ ycslrrday Boats?—\Vell, no, sir. " J u s t before the boat pidle<l away, Murdoch when the Seniilnviai inquiry into the loss of the leaned over and shook hands with me and said Titanic wiis rt^^nmed at Washington. • Good-bye. _ Good luck, old man.' I pulled Mr. I'itlni.m, ihird ofiicei, said that when the away, intending to remain near the >h;p in case a wind should spring up. {,'rcat liner erashed into the ircberj; she was There were five members of the irew in the lifegoing at ^U knots—^^e greatest speed attaineil boat commanded bj- him, ami he r;irried fViriy p.issengers. His boat did not li.we lights, as required during the triji. After (he Tilanic had plunged under and there by the Board of Trade. The women behaved splcmiiiriy. All of them were drowning people in his neighbourliood, he was prevailed upon by passengers not to take his wanted to hel|i in the rowing to keep themselves The boats were some distance from the lifeboat to their rescue, though n eould have held warm. Titanic when she went down. She sudd.eidy got on twenty more. end and dived right straight down. The look-out man, I'leel, stated thai he had Did you hear any explosions?- Ves, -.'n\ lour. asked for glasses, but had been refused them. With ihem he could have seen the iceberg in time '1 hey sounded like big guns in the dist.ie.ie. to get out of its way. LET THE BOAT DRIFT. Major I'enchen, a passenger, said ihiit the man Whe^i haiuU with ^lurdoch, did you in charge of the Itoal he was in gave orders to row expect toyou shook again ?--Cerlainlv, I expected away frfini the shi]i, after they heard a whistle, the fully to besee him the ship in a few hours. back on signal for them to go back. This order was Did you hear any cries of d.istres^?- Oh, yes. given in spite of tlu^ jirotesls of the married " I he.ird no cries of distres., before the ship women, the reason given being thiit il was " our went down," he explained. :• Idie rries uere problives againsi theirs." ably several hundred yards awav. '' Then I told my men !o ge| out the oars and UNKNOWN SHIP AND ICE WARNING pud towards the wreck so ih.it ^ve ndglit be able lo save a few more," They demurred, he continued, saying that it WA.SIIINGTIJXJ April 'Ad.—Owing to the confuision caused by tht: crowded condition of the would be a mad idea, but he corrected himself at once by sa>'ing that it was nut (he crew who deroom yesterday the public were excluded from the Senatisrial iiuiniry into the loss of the Titanic (0-day, l)ut the I'ress was admitted. This step disappointed liundreds of persons, HEH FIANCE SAVED. mostly wonien, who crowded about the corridors. Mr. Do.xhall, tlie fourth ollicer, who was under e.^amiuiitioTi yesterday, was not idde lo appear owing to indisposition and his place was taken by Mv. I'ittm.in, the third officer, Boat drills, he said, were always he'd at Southampton and (.)ueenstown. The drill carried out on the 'J'itanir ,it Southanijjton consisted in hiwering aiul lifting two hoats. Wa^ anything else done?—No, sir. The drill was to satisfy the British Board of Trade, We lowered the b o ^ j and sailed around the harbour. We then returne{l to the ship. It is customary aboard ship to have boat and fire drill every Sund;iy, ^ In the Southampton drill about eight men went with each boat. Then only si.xteen men i)articip ited in this drill? —Yes, sir. ONLY ONE WAY TO FINO ICKBEHG. Was there any fire drill on the Titanic after she left Southampton? No, sir;, none. Did yo.u hear anything about ice on S.iturday?-

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The witness did not see any Morse sifjnals on the Titanic, but .twelve or more rockets were tired. H e saw iVtr. Ismay on the Titanic wdien the lifeboat left. H e did not sec him again until the two of them were leaving the Catpathia at New York. l i e believed it was true that wdth regard to the boats not more than 1,200 out of more than 2,(100 passengers and crew could have been saved, even under favourable circumstances. Mr. Burton interrogated him about the white light he had seen from the lifeboat. The witness said that it a.ppeared to him like a fixed light. It might have Vjeen a star. l i e did not see any red side light. H e could only say that what he saw was an !ipparently fix.ed white light, which might have been a star. H e had never heard anything of a steamer called the flellig IJhiv, but tiiere might be a boat of that name. TRAVELLING AT GREATEST SPEED. The Hellig Olav docked in New Y'ork cm April 17, and is reported to have encountered an iceberg near tlie s|>ot wdiere the Titanic sank. It Ir.i,-. been .^uggesied that it was the Hellig Olav',.; lights that i l r . Boxliall saw. By a series of searching questions, Jlr. Fletcher brought out the fact that when the <ol!ision occurred ihe ddtanic was going at the greatest speed attained during the trip. "' You say," he asked, '' that you were going at twenty-one and a half knots at the time of the accident? " - - Y e s . sir. We left t;outhampton umier about twenty and a half knots, which was increased to twent\'-one, and later to twenty-one and a hall. Then, when the Tit.uiic crashed into the iceberg, you were going at top speed?—1 suppose so, sir. The Hellig Ohiv, a steel twin screw steamer of 10,091 tons, i, a Danish vessel, fitted with wireless telegraphy apparatus.

Woman's Noble Sacrifice on Behalf of Titanic Sufferers.

" I HAVE NO MONEY NOW."
The Daily Mail" Appeal Realises £24,426 in Five Days.
'i'iie women of I'mgland lia\e shown iheir deep sense of the debt of gratitude due from their se,\ by responding in liiagnihcenl (ashion to Tke Daily MaiPs appeal feu- (ands on behalf of the women and children who were dependent upon the deathless heroes of the Titanic. 'j-heir response is unparalleled; it is overwhelming. On Thursday la.'jt, when tlie appeal was first made-, the sum was J;l,2y8i on Friday it had reached .i;i,100; on Saturday it was u[i to ,i;7,'l;iU ; Monday it was .i!:},l)(IO; and ye.'.terday it had attained the S|>leiulid figure of .ii;J'I,l2(i. Yesterday a second inst.alment- -,£rj,()00—was paid over to the Mansion House h'und, bringing that fund up (o .illij.OOO. The sum of X'li),m{\ has now been -sent be '/'he Daily ^Diil lo tfie Ixjrd Mayor. It is a record oi winch Ihltish wanneu mtiy well be proud. Their womaidiood has triumphed, From all over the United Kingdom ihcir hearts have flowed with gratitude and practical beneviileoi:e. Our women have never had such an opportunity before to show their apprecialion ; they have embraceii il as might have been e^ipei:tcd of them. And the full tale is very f[ir from being told yet.

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Did you Iiear anything aliout a wireless message mentioning ice? -Yes, I did. It was either on Saturday night or Siind.ay morning, when Mr, Boxhail put it on the chart. Did you see any ice on Sunday?—No, I didn't. T h e fact that the temperature was lower would not iiidicate the presence of ice. In this country and in our country the temperature changes are Bucli that one wants an overcoat one day and cool clothes the next, but that is not due to ice. fn all my navigation of the .sea I have seen only one iceberg. Senator Smith suggested that the proximity of ice was indicated in a number of ways, such as • the effect on the sky, change of temperature, the glint of the sun or moonlight oo it. The wdtness replied ; \"irtually the only way to discover the proximity of icebergs is to se-^ them, You say that the fourth oflicer reported ice on Saturday nighi, and marked it (m the chart with a cross. Was tins mark on or near the ship's course? —As near as I recollect, it was north of our course, SIX ICEBERGS 150 FEET HIGH. Did you see any ire on M'onday? -Yes, when I was in the lib-boat going to the ("'arpathia. I saw several icebergs, miiybe hidf a dozen of them, about 350ft. above the water. Senator Smith (piestioned the witness as to his whereabouts on the night of the collision—" From six lo eight on that evening," he replied, " J was on the bridge, after whicli T went to my berth." Did yon hear anything aboiU a warning by the Californi.m that ice was in the vicini.iy? --No. Y'ou heard nothing whatever from the second officer, Mr. J.ighloller, or the captidn when you were cm the bridge that nighl?--No. The Titanic had iieen keei)ing a special look-out for ice on Sunday. This was done becau.se the captain had been warned,that ice was near. Who warned him? I don't know. Asked again about the icelierg warnings, Mr. Tittnran said ; 1 did hear about Mr, LightoUer's warning to Mr. Munloch about ice. While on the ship we talked about i| ourselves. On Sunday night Mr. J.iglitolter remarkeil that we would be in tiie vicinity of ice about the time ol his watch. Continuing Ids evidence, the ofhcer said • " I left

No, sir.

Mis?, Mabel I.adlow, a nur,=f!, WIK) ia on?) lA the "liapijiaat eirla ill England to-day. S!i» is engaged to be married to Mr. Harold Brido, the junior wireita^a opeiatot on board tho Titanic, wlui is among the rescued. murred, but the passengers. ]".ven the women did not urge him to go back. ITe yielded to the importunities of the passengers and let the boat drift aimlessly. Describe the scenes,—Don'i, /:••. T «ouhl rather not. Senator Smith pressed him on this point, and Mr. Pittman g'lve harrowdng details of the last scene, the relating of which evidently caused him great pain. l i e was asked jf the screams were intermittent or spasmodir:.—It was one long, couiinuous moan. The moans and cries continued for an hour. He appeared acutely sensitive with regard to Senator Smith's question !is to why he drifteil wdiile peoide were drowning in the neighbourhood. l i e admitted that his load of forly per-ons did not tax the capacity of bis boa[,_ wddch, he said, would have carried sixty at a tight ht. He Iiad tr;insferred women and children from his boat to boat No. 7. Both these boats could have held more people, then?—Yes. Why were not ninre taken? -There were no more women about when my boat was lowered. I can't say about No. 7. I think that some boats had as many as sixty in them when they reached the Carpathia. " When I saw the light of the O'arpathia, I slipped the rope that held our two boats together, and pulled for it. This was about four o'clock. All moiins and cries had ceased. WHITE LIGHT ON THE HORIZON. While you were lying on your oars, did j'on see any lights of any kind apart from those of'the Carpathia and the other lifeboats? Yes, sir. We saw a light on the horizon. A wdiite light. Was it on the track of the Titanic?—Yes, sir, but we did not follow it. It might have been ono of our own boats.

A WOMAN'S SACRIFICE. Striking testimony to the way in which the hearts of the women of our sea-race have been touched and stirred to the depths by the poignant, glowing story of noble self-siicrihce is liome by a remarkable offer w h h h is maile by a lady from Curragh Camp. Co. Kaldare. '.I'lie letter, perhaps, speaks be,'= .,ir itself: — I hav ,0 money this qaartcr, but I wisli to ECJitl somctli' t ) tiKlp Ihuie ulw have ^airtiid from tlm A jDsa (iC ,.fie Titaiiie. I hops, tlieniforo. thnt yon will bo iilile to ilispodo o£ tko ciielosi-d jeivoHory to iidvLOitii^a. "What it cost this warm-hearted lady to part with her jewellery is known only to her.iclf. That it was a genuine saciihce is obvious when one sees the jewellery, Idiere are three pieces. One is a beautiful diamond brooch in ihe shape of a swaUow, another is a diamond and sapphire peudaul, an<l the ihirtl is a pendant <A uncommon shape of peridot. This lady's only request was that .so far as purchasers were concerne<i she should remain anonymous. Money she coidd not spare al the time; but she was iletermined to give something. It is a .spleudiil c.vample id' wdiat the women feel, and of the spirit in which diey are determined to do something lor the sufferers. To gi^'t^ jewellery is not like giving money merely. Old sentiments ami associations are attached to jewellery, and, apart from the intrinsic ^ahie, there must be a wrench at parting. WHERE THE JEWELI.EBY CAN BE SEEN. Such a gift is magniiicent. Il has no comparative monetary value. This very generous offer The Daily Mirror wdU take up and ileal with (m behalf of the fund. After two o'clock this afternoon the jewellery will be W'ere you and Leigh disappointed thai yon had on view at Tkc Daily Mirror Stmlios, ft!, Strand, no glasses?--Yes. London, "N^'.C. The jewellery has been valued hv Messrs. J. W. WILL-0-THE-WISP LIGHT. Benson, Limited, the well-known jewellers. A fair Di the officers on the bridge have glasses?price for the dbimond brooch and the diamond Y'es. sapphire .E.'iO—that Were tlieie other lights ahead when y(m were and.£^5 each ; pendant is, they estimate, other penis, in the crow's nest?—No, sir. We didn't see the dant is ,£1 'Is. a reasonable price for the light off the port bow until after we were in the These articles of jewellery will be sold to the lifeboat, highest bidder above the prices named, the proW h a t was the colour of the light >on were ceeds going to The Daily Mail VmvX. pulling f o r ? ^ W h i t e . The articles are beautiful specimens of the The Committee then adjourned. jeweller's art, and are in splendid condition. Such restoration as is necessary is being very kindly done FIRST PASSENGEKS " E V I D E N C E . by Messrs. Benson. ^ . , . Il is good to see how (he nation is rising lo the When the inquiry was resumed at 3.53, ^fajor occasion. \\y every post thonsiinds of letters are Arthur Penchcn, of Tonmto, wdto was ordered still coming in. Many of them propcnmd schemea by Mr. Lighloller to man ono of the lifeboats, by wdiich the fund may be increased, h'rom all was the first passenger to give evidence. parts of the country these schemes are being sent When the crash came, he said, he thought that it was merely a large wave that had struck the ship, CLOTHING FOR LITTLE ONES. and went out. A well worthy of consideration '• I met a friend, who said, ' We've struck an been suggestion reader at Slravilhic J't.S.O., F ihas made fe, iceberg.' So we ivent on the deck and saw the who writes by a :— iceberg. t liliiialil like til ^in>'l,'i'^t. thill lieln lf>wi.rr1s (kcs-niig " I'ifteen minutes later I met Mr. f'liarles M. tlio fallieile^n diildifii mijilit l.n^ eiisily obtaiiHal in this H a y s , of the Orand Trunk Riiilway. I. ticked It yoar Uiimr, «hirti i-^ iilv.iiy.4 rfttily (<i iK'lp ia tlio him. ' Hiive }0U seen the i c e ? ' H e satd, ' N o . ' cauio of r.laitity, would collect thi' names iiiid aftcit of (iomc of tlio oi-piiaus, a !,Tf!iit iianiy ladiii!. woald no T then took him up and showed him il. ttoubt. lie only too %\M\ to uiidurtako l.i drci^a oiio child. THIS BOAT CANNOT SINK. Motliei--^ of f:miilics have iitaiidly lEiaiiy outfrowu "thiiigd lo fli^pu.-ie of. and oiii:li liidy i-ouUl choose .1 rliiki ' ' T l i c n I noticed that the boat was listing, and ivhosfi age <vjrii!-po"ded to one of her owa fumily. I I said to Mr. H a y s , ' She's listing. She should shall be n;ry pU;a,^od lo kiiow of a ijirl of five if yon not do that,' H e said, ' Oh, I don't know. This ivil! send tlii: iiiuiio lo me. boat can't sink,' N o more pathetic collection could ever have " I went back lo the cabin deck, where I met been received in one post than the one last night men iind women coming np. They were looking (Coiifiniied on -page i.) most serious. I met my "friend Beattie, and asked him what was the matter, liealtic said, ' The order is for the lifeboats ; it's serious,' TO-DAY'S -WEATHER. " I couldn't believe it at hrst, but T went to my cabin and changed to some heavy clothes. "\Mien I Our .speidii! wi'atlior (oioi-aiit. for tD-dsiy is :,--Frp.iii got on deck again the boats were being prepared for iiorlh-eastcrly wiudi, very tinst.y iii the Chiinnel: fian lowering on the port: side. and saiiiiy j!enta-iUly; dry iiir iviUi ii niodeiato ternperaturo. " W o m e n came forward one by one, accompanied l,i<'htin;,'-u[j tinu-, 3,8 p.m, Hiiili ^•>•atc^ nt London by their husbands. They would only allow -women Bridne, V,6 nmto pass, and the men had to stand back. The l.osajOK <nisi':«v\iTOSR, ll.plborn t iri'tis, Cilf, 6 ti,m. ; BaroTiii'l.i', 30.S,";!!),, ialliJis; leniDOriitui'iJ. second ofllcer stood there, and that was the order 59deg.: wind, N,)')., fro.^li; wi^ilhei-, fm.- ;invt Hininy. enforted. No men passengers got into Ihe iioat. Sua pasnJ,;(•.,= will lie rnHiei i-iai:i!. ia ih'i wiiUi anil (Cpntiniied en fage 4.J east; iiiurlia'ali^ in tbe wv^t, I'dederick hdeet, who was in the crow's nest f the Titanic, when the collision occurred, was th.; \ie\t witness. H e said that on Sunday evening some time after ten o\dock he reported a black mass {if ice ahead to the officers on the bridge. H(? could not say how hmg th;u was before the collision. \ \ h a t diii jou do when you saw the iceberg? — I sounded three bells and then telephoned to the bridge. 1 got prompt response to my ring, and the report was not delayed. ilow large was the berg when you first saw it?—About the .>i/e of two large tables, but it got larger lis we went along, and when we struck it was about 511ft. or GOft. high above the water. After you gave the telephone signal, was the ship s t o p p e d ? - • N o , she didn't stop until after she struck the iceberg, but she started to go to port after T telephoned. How did you know?—My male noticed it. Where did the iceberg strike the s l i i p ? ^ O n the starboard bow, about 20ft. rotn the stem. There was little impact, just a sharp grinding noise. Did you h a v e glasses?—No< Isn't it c u s t o m a f y f o r look-OMts t o u s e g l a s s e s in thDir work?—VeSi b u t t h e y did n o t ^ i v e u s a n y on t h e T i t a n i c . We a s k e d for t h e m a t S o u t h a m p t o n , but they said t h e r e w e r e none for us. W h o m did y o u ask?—Mr. Ligrhtoller. They h a d g;las8e8 f r o m B e l f a s t t o S o u t h a m p t o n , but had none f r o m S o u t h a m p t o n . If v o u h a d h a d ^ I A S S C B , c o u l d y o u h a v o seen t h e iceberg; a b i t sooner?—Yea. H o w m u c h B o o n e f ? — E n o u g h t o get out of t h e w a y .

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THE

DAILY

MIRROR

April 24, 1912

WHAT THE TITANIC FOR THE HOMES WITHOUT FATHERS. "OUR LIVES HAS TAUGHT. AGAINST T
Sister Ship's New Boats and More Southerly Route. OLYMPIC SAILS TO-BAY.
<From fhe giant Our White Special April Star Correspondent.) at noon for the SOUTHAMPTON', N e w York. 23.—To-morrow

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British Women's Magnificent Response to " D a i l y Mail" Appeal Brings Fund Up to £24,426,

Statement as to Lifeboat That Was Rowed Away from Ship.
(Coiilinii€d from -pnff'^ 3.J " D i d y o u see a n y m a n : i l i e m p t to g e t i n ? ' " - " N o . T h e b o a t w a s s:i[cly l o w e r e d . T h e r e w e r e a b o u t t h i r t y - s i x or t h i r t y scv en ;i:i^ijengfTs in it. " ' T h e n wc t u r n e d lo llie ne.\t b o a i . 1 was surp r i s e d t h a t t h e sailors w e r e noi at t h e i r p o s t s as t h e y s h o u l d liavc b e e n . " I ' v e s e e n iire d r i l l s , a n d t h e a c t i o n ol t h e s:iil<)ra d i d n o t i m p r e s s m e . T h e y s o c m e d to b e s h o r t of s a i l o r s a r o u n d t h e lifeboiits w h e r e 1 wus w h e n I came en deck. DROVE THEM LIKE SHEFP.

liner O l y m p i c wili sail

S i n c e t h e ioss of h e r s i s t e r s h i p , c a t a s t r o p h e in t h e N o r t h in w h i c h t h e terrible

T i t a n i c , ( h e O l y m p i c is t h e l a r g e s t s h i p afloat. Tlie dreadful Atlantic lessons h a s led to m a n y c h a n g e s i n l i f e b o a t e q u i p m e n t a n d route, and the way { a u g h t b y t h e d i s a s t e r h a v e b e e n a c c e p t e d is s h o w n by the leilowing comparison: — Olympic sails April 24, Titanic sailed April 10, LifG-saving equipment: Life-saving equipment: 16 lifeboats. 16 iifwboMts. 44 coUapsibia boat?, 4 Mllapsible tx):it«. Enougli for 1,1V8 pwsons, oa EnouBli for over 3,000 etiited in the Houso of pi;rsonB. ComnioriB by tile Preeiilent lijjute to 41.'^t parallel of of ilie Edajci of Txade. iiortll latituUa in longiH<)uty to 4?.nd parallol of tude 47. north latitude in longitiiUe t A f t e r 47.h e n e w s of t h e T i t a n i c d i s a s t e r t h e W h i t e S t a r L i n e i s s u e d in a c c o r d a n c e w i t h i n s t r i i c t i o n s received irom M r . Bruce I s m a y , the following statement : — In consequence of Ice reports have agreed with other lines to i:ioss loneitudo 47 hi lutiturle 40.10 eastbound route, com men till!!; Apii! 16; longitude 47 in latitude 11 westbound route, commenolng April 25. T h i s m e a n s that the new westbound route, which w i l l c e r t a i n l y be, f o l l o w e d b y t h e O l y m p i c o n t h i s t r i p , will t a k e t w o or t h r e e h o u r s l o n g e r t h a n t h e old o n e . L a t i t u d e 41i N , w a s o n l y a d o p t e d a s t h e n o r t h e r l y l i m i t i n 18iJ8. o w i n g to t h e i t e c o i n m g s o u t h i b e f o r e t h a t tlie c o u r s e w a s still m o r e northerly. U p to t h e p r e s e n t n o p a s s e n g e r s h a v e c a n c e l l e d their b o o k i n g s by the O l y i n p i c this trip,

TWO

WAIFS

CLAIMED.

(FrofTi Our Own C o r r a s p o n d c n t i )
P A K I S , A p r i l 23.—Louis and L o l o , the two little F r e n c h w a i f s w h o w e r e s a v e d Iroiii t h e T i t a n i e disaster, have been claimed. I t w a s s t a t e d i n t h e first d i s p a t c h e s t h a t t h e y w e r e b e l i e v e d to h a v e b e e n w i t h a s e c o n d - c l a s s as.senger named Hoffman, whose body haa ecn recovered. M i n e . N a v r a t i l , t h e w i f e of a N i c e t a i l o r , t h i n k s t h a t t h e y a r e h e r s . S h e l i v e s a t 37, A v e n u e S a i n t - f . a m b c r t , in t h e K i v i e r a r e s o r t . S h e s t a t e s : " I have been divorced, and my former h u s b a n d left me a n d m y two eliildren, aged two a n d a h a l f and three a n d a h a l f yciirs, m o r e t h a n a monih ago. " A few d a y s l a t e r h e r e t u r n e d , in m y a b s e n c e , an<I tool; t h e c h i l d r e n a w a y . I h a v e since learnccl f r o m f r i e n d s t h a t m y h u s b a n d ini e n d e d to go t o A m e r i c a , so t h a t I s h o u l d n o t s e e t h e c h i l d r e n again." T h e n a m e Louis M. Hoffman appears in the list o f d e a d

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MRS.

ASTQR'S OWN STORY.

T h e f o l l o w i n g is M r s . J o h n J a c o b A s t o r ' s s t o r y , ^ p u b l i s h e d in t h e iVcw York Herald, of h e r e x p e r i • e n c e s in t h e T i t a n i c d i s a s t e r . ^ Colonel Astor, she said, a w a k e n e d her when the Bhock e a m c . O n deck he noticed that she was l i g h t l y d r e s s e d ; s o h e s e n t t o t h e i r s t a t e r o o m for a heavier dress a n d h e l p e d her to c h a n g e . When t h a t w a s d o n e h e w r a p p e d a fur c o a t a r o u n d h e r . " 1 g o t i n t o n e x t to t h e last b o a t , " M r s . A s t o r c o n t i n u e d . " C o l o n e l A s t o r s a i d to m e , ' T h e s e a ' s c a l m . Y o u ' l l b e all r i g h t . Y o u ' r e i n g o o d h a n d s . 1 will m e e t y o u in t h e m o r n i n g , " T h e n h e k i s s e d rae a f f e c t i o n a t e l y a n i l s t o o d s m i l i n g d o w n at m e as t h e l i f e b o a t w a s l o w e r e d . " I noticed that the ship was settling as we rowed B w a y , a n d I c o u l d m a k e o u t t h e f i g u r e of K i t t y , m y f a v o u r i t e t e r r i e r , r u n n i n g a b o u t t h e <ieck, " T h e n I saw the Titanic go down. W e floated seven hours. I t w a s v e r y c o l d a n d t h e icy w a t e r w a s s w e e p i n g t h r o u g h t h e b o t t o m of t h e l i f e b o a t u p to m y k n e e s w h e n t h e C a r p a t h i a ' s m e n r e s c u e d us. " T r o w e d p a r t of t h e t i m e , a s I k n e w h o w t o h a n d l e a n o a r , a n d so d i d M r s . G . D . W i d e n e r . W e picked up eight or ten drowning m e n during the night, " M r s . A s t o r f o u n d in t h e p o c k e t s of t h e fur c o a t a b o u t 200dols. (.£40) j n s m a l l b i l l s , w h i c h s h e d i s tributed a m o n g the destitute on board the Caip a t h i a , a n d l a n d e d in N e w Y ' o r k w i t h o u t a c e n t .

(Continued from fage. 3.J c o n t a i n i n g a n u m b e r of s m a l l r e m i t t a n c e s . For the most p a r t they h a d been sent by little c h i l d r e n . T h e w r i t i n g of e a c h w o r d b y t h e t i n y m i t e s h a d b e e n a p a i n f u l l a b o u r of love. T h e little w r i t e r s have cheerfully deprived t h e m s e l v e s of the goodies represented by their weekly pocket money t h a t it m i g h t b e s e n t t o t h e w o m e n ' s f u n d to " h e l p the little boys and girls who have now b e e n l e f t w i t h o u t a d a d d y to b u y t h e m s w e e t s when' he c a m e b a c k in t h e b i g s h i p . " A n d these letters w r i t t e n by little children show t h a t t h e v , t o o , r e a l i s e the i m m e n s i t y of the loss s u f f c r e d ' b y t h e r e l a t i v e s of those w h o w e n t d o w n with the T i t a n i c . T w o little s i s t e r s w r i t e ; — Wo nre very sorry Cor, t h e poor little children whose fathers have been drowned. Our father used to bu a sailor. He h dead now. We send you 3d. eaeli Irom the pennies we earn by-helping a t liome. W i l l i a m F o s s , w h o lives at W o r c e s t e r , i.s o n l y six ye:irg o l d . H e i s , l i o w e v e r , a l r e a d y a b l e t o write with a copying pencil, although sometimes the letters are uneven. William w r i t e s : — My little brother, Clifford, .igcd [our, and myself fienii our pocket-mouey for little boys and giris wlio h a w lopt their mother and daddy in the big ship. A n o t h e r b r a v e l e t t e r is w r i t t e n b y G , H . R o b e r t s , of W a l l i n g t o n , w h o s a y s : — The Marcr.ni Company offered me a berth as wireless operator, b u t I am not old enough yet. God. sraiit t h a t when 1 a'ft one, and am called upon, as m this case, I shall be British and d i e - i ! I have to—like FhillipB, of the Titanic. MONEY FROM T H E CONTINENT. T h e n u m b e r of r e m i t t a n c e s f r o m t h e C o n t i n e n t was again a feature last night. T h e m a n y h u n d r e d s of iMiglish f a m i l i e s s e t t l e d ' i n C o n t i n e n t a l cities are s h o w i n g t h a t they a r e at o n e with their f e l l o w - c o u n t r y m e n in t h e i r s y m p a t h y for t h e sufSeveral subscriptions have been received from E n g l i s h schoolgirls hi C c n t i n e n t a l coiwent a n d other schools. Subscriptions have also b e e n received from C o n t i n e n t a l pensions, w h c i e collectionb o x e s h a v e b e e n p l a c e d in h a l l a n d d m m g - r o o m . I n s e v e r a l c a s e s E n g l i s h v i s i t o r s to t h e C o n t i n e n t h a v e t e l e g r a p h e d t h e a m o u n t of t h e i r s u b scription, which they have sen( b y a cheque. One s u c h ' t c l e g - i a m w a s r e c e i v e d y e s t e r d a y froni K . VV., Paris: — P u t my name down loj' ten guineas towards Woman 9 Fund. Cheque loUows. Your organ)i:atioii Is simply splendid. O t h e r letters also r e v e a l , as n o t h i n g else can, how hearts have been touched. O n e of the s i m p l e s t , .and y e t o n e o f t h e m o s t t o u c h i n g , c a m e y e s t e r d a y . I t w a s j u s t one l i n e , e n c l o s i n g 6s. : — From a working woman who loved a satlor. A p r e t t v l e t t e r c a m e f r o m a l i t t l e g i r l who_ a d d r e s s e d it, with a s h i l l i n g , to an u n k n o w n l i t t l e sufferer t h r o u g h t h e d i s a s t e r . Dear little girl. 1 am sending you a EhilHng. which is Jill the money I have, to make you feel happy, I was so sorry nbout the bis fhip which went down with your daddy.—Hilda Olive Halh DOMESTIC S E B V A N T ' S SCHEME. All c l a s s e s h a v e b e e n affected a l i k e . A d o n r e s t i c s e r v a n t w r i t e s :—• I am anxious to do a little individusl work in order to iiicre.'.K: tlie fund alre5.dy raised by you for the benefit of those suffcriBfe' through the Titanic disaster, and am'standing ray proposed icheme for raising a small amount from the domestic servanls of Queen i^-gate. Could you kindly assist me by printing 200 handbills which would be pre^entrd at each house in Queen's-gate? This is entirely my own idea; if you think it roukl he iu'proved upon, will you please do so for u.eV A " S U N S H I N E CHILD." A l e t t e r of a n o t h e r k i n d m a k e s a n offer t o d o s o m e t h i n g t o r t h e l i t t l e c h i l d r e n left b e h i n d . It' conies from S c u t h p o r t : — As the invalid editor of a juvenile monthly magazine, 1 wish lo lay a propo^dl before you, The readers of "Sunshine and their editor wish to do tbcir i;."!Tt to lighten the burden laid on one aoro heart by Ihis mo^t awful sea diyisler. Chnrit-iblo societies ; nd people all over tha land are offering to adopt these orphans, but the " Suiihhine • wDtki^rR would prefer to have the child they mean to help with its m-iternal gmrdi;in--the mother. The fund is willing to pay Is. a weeli to maintain a child in its own home, and the "'Sunshine subscribers and editor will taka a deep and steady interest in their protegee, and strive to shed a little Eunshme on its darkened lite. Will you try to find us a suitable child? Perhaps the publication of this letter may be the means of thowiiig others a v.xy of lielpinf; ;in orphan without separating it from its already heartbroken mother. Of course, "'Sunshine " would bf> willing to pay the 49. lor a child, bereft of both parents, who is therefore forced to live with strangers, Hoping that our " S u n s h i n e " child haa yet happy days m store for it. The following letter, written P l a y e r , " carries a certain appeal by "A Card to t h e sporting

i n s t i n c t s of m o s t m e n . I t a l s o l e a d s t o a n e x c e l l e n t s u g g e s t i o n t h a t r e a d e r s s h o u l d d e v o t e , at a n y r a t e , a p a r t of t h e i r w i n n i n g s e i t h e r a t E p s o m , i n t h e c a r d r o o m or at b i l l i a r d s , for t h e b e n e f i t of t h o s e left b e h i n d b y t h e h e r o e s , I n memory of tho-iie who went back again Into the smoke-room of the Titanic to finish their eamo ol cards, while the vessel went down, I think f cannot do better than devote 5s., which repreeents the humble amount ot my winnings at cards, to your reiief fund. fheir action was the one that most appeal! to me, I think—it's real pluck. _ T h e r e is a t o u c h , o f p a t h o s i n a l e t t e r w r i t t e n m a child's uncertain h a n d on ruled p a p e r : — Please accept 3s. poslal order for the little buys and girls who have lost, their brave daddies (last Sunday). We hope yeu get a lot ol money lor them.—Granny, Enid (age 11), Reggie (age 8). ^_ " M y h e a r t a c h e s , " w r i t e s a n E n f i e l d w o m a n , w h e n I r e a d of this s o r r o w f u l d i s a s t e r , a n d of t h e u n e n d i n g g r i e f c a u s e d t o so m a n y o f o u r women."

Among the .latest contributions fo T/ie Daily Alail.. Fund , jare :— £52 _ • - Neumann,
£30—ilips Morri&on Beil. ^25 EACH. Mrs. Piircell, The Misses Purcell. Mrs. tlrnest Robinson. £21 lOs.-Sidiiiouth Boy Scouts. £20 2,i. 8d.—S. K. Hayues. £20 KACH. " I n Memoriam," E. M; Mooriiouae, Alder ley Edge, Cheshire. Mrs. J, Monro Walker, The Duchess of Sutherland Mrs, P . 3 . Fanshawe, Aberfyle. V. S. D. Mentono. £16 33. Id.-Collected by Lady Member oi Daily Mail Overseas Club and Friend Outside Wesl^ minster Caihcdral. £15—N. and P. Sanger, Mentone, £12—Anon., E l a p k s . TEN GUINEAS EACH. Winifred Enmry (Bexhill). Lady Battersea. Mrs. Fred Nicholson. Mrs. Ambrose llalli, £10 &<\CH, Mrs. Guy Audain (Villeneuvej. Mrs. Jiimos F.ekersloy, Lady P.lpbinstone. The Counteiis of Kilmorey. Jas. WatJ'on Bell. Mrs. C. B. Frayiing. Mrs. Cunard. >(arkf.t Harbors ugh. A. S., Bournemouth, Mrs. C. M. liippincott, Thun, Switzerh.nd. H.M,S. Kale, 3rd Destroyer Fiolilla. Mrs. Arthur Wii.-^on, Hull. E. T, Col. and Mrs. R. P . Oavis. £7 7E.--Messrs. H. T. P. Judd and Co. and einpjovees. £7 6B. 7d,—Collected in I?acton Church, Hereford. £7 2K.--The Lirtle daughters Mrs. Harper (Weybridge) £6 185. ad.—Offertory at St. P a u l s C h i y ' h Leicester £6 l i s , 6d,—>-(rs. -Mort and the Female Staff of the New Infirmary, Upper Edmonton. £6 EAClL Employees of T. G. Hunt's Premier Works, Belgrave Employees of MeFsrs. Blundell's London Chopper and Brass Works. £B 16s. 6d.-Collected at " Cab.iret MooUihine." £ 5 13 6—Servants. Tchidy, Cambouinc, Cornwall. £ 5 15—Women of Hook Norton, Banbury. £E 1 2 - A . T. B., H. S. £ 5 11—Employees, llessrs. Cooper and Co., Newarkon-Trinl, £6 a 7—Collected at St. Paneras Church, Chichester. £ 5 6 9-Coi:eetcd in S.S. Newlands. FIVE GUINEAS F A C H Mrs. irrederick W^irren. Mrs. John Livcsey (Salisbury!. Mrs. anil the Misses Potts. Mrs. E. W. Birley. Misses Le Bra,sEeur and Oakley. Miss R Florence Edmonds. E. C. Maylor. Lady Maiid Warrender. Mrs. Anthony Lyatcr. Mrs. .J. BiiKley-White. Mrs. S. ii. Farr^ir. Jyiuisa, Ceunttss of Esses. Mrs. Alexander Finlay A Mother and Two Daughters. Mrs. Gerald I.y.saght. Mrs. Ernest Johnson. A, B. P. B5 EACH. " P . K." Mrs. O, P . E, M. 8, M. Mrs. Ha Ugh ton, Miss Pielden (Surrey). Mrs, F. Rowe. The Hon. Mrs, Heljar. Mullmgar. Mrs. A r t h u r ByMs. Mrs. Cloudesley and B, Marahaia. F. E. B, Mrs. Hugh Hcber-Perey.

" F i r s t it s e e m e d t o m e t h a i a l m u l HHl s i n k e r s c a m e u p w i t h t h e i r g u n n v s i n k s ;ind c r o w d e d llie deck. O n e ctf t h e o l l i c e r s , !i .splendid m a n , d r o v e t h e s e m e n right, o i t t h e d e c k , l i e d r o v e iliciii like shceji. " W h e n w e g o t to t h e nc.^( b o a t a q u a r t e r m a s l e r a n d a sail-or w e r e p u t i n , a n d t h e lioai w a s t h e n lilled with w o m e n . W e c:illcd out im mi)tt; w o m e n . .Some w o i d d n o t l e a v e i h c i r h u s b a n d s . " T h e s e c o n d b o a t w a s l o w e r e d , and nn it w a s g o i n g d o w n t h e s e r o n d officer s a i d , ' 1 c a n ' t m a i i a g o this b o a t with only o n e s e a m a n , 1 was stantling b y , a n d s:iid, ' C a n I b e of a n y a s s i s t a n c e ? I ' m a yachtsman.' H e replied, ' Yes. 1 would riither h a v e voii t h a n a s a i l o r . ' " I g u t h o l d of a r o p e a n d k n v c r e d m j s c i f i n t o a b o a t . Wc. g o t t h e Tud<ler i n , a n d I t o o k a n o a r w i t h a s a i l o r . W e w e r e t o l d t o r o w a w a y as fa^t as w e eoiild to g e t c l e a r o( t h e s u c t i o n . " S h o r t l y a f t e r w a r d s wc h e a r d a w h i s t l e . It w a s t h e s i g n a l to u s to c o m e b a c k lo t h e s h i p , MARRIED WOMtN S PHOTEST.

Yendis. Mrs. E. M. Driver Mrs. Glen Kidston. I*Vank Clarke. D. J . Atkinson. Bla- ' Mackenzie, Mrs. Ir. Home Mufr. Three Friends. Collectef! at Holy Saviour's Chuieh, Tynemoulh, hj. G. D. Mrs. William Rogerson Nursing Stalf of Hospital for Sick Children, Great. Ormoud-street W. Miss Mary Spencer B and J . Gladstone. Misg F. Bond. Mrs. W. T. Brown. ^ady Kathleen Pilklngton, Jlrs. Fletcher. Dale Park, Arundel. Miss Mabel Bullen. Misa Constance Bullen. Miis Minifred Biillen. Mrs. HagRas, Myrtle-grovo. Betty Haggas, Myrtla-Hrove John Haggas, Myrtle-g rove JJ'^s. n:. S. Worsley TiiytoT „ " r s . R. G. s . Manshall. £4 7s.-Mrs. Porter. ^•f ^-is.—Nuggets Concert l a r t y . second donation. ^^ 2s-Subscribed by the Offleers' Miss Staff, OfficoTH Servants and Canteen Staff of the IGth yoeen Mary's Own Hussars, Tidworth. £ 1 EACH. Tlie Mihsea Hamilton. r,.a-dies of the Pearl Life Assurance Company £3 19s, 2d.-Eugeno J, £ 3 19s. Id.—Wm. Bailey Amiens. £ 3 15s.—Miss L. John.^tone and her maids. £ 3 13.?.—Collected fn Ascot, per F. R. £ 3 105. EACH. Collected in Odfliiigton Village, Gloucestershire. From Proprietors and Kmployees of Messrs. Bass ami Co., butchers, Walth am stow. Red Ridgitts, Winchmoro Hill. Mrs. Angus Blue. TIIKEE GUINEAS EACH. Mrs. Algernon Sewell, Slough. MrB, Walehe, Hastings. W. H. Walshe, Hastings. D. Millican. Mr. and Miss Eleanor Marshall. Oddfellows' Manchester Unity Friendly Sac. M. G. S. Mrs. G. Peters. A. B. S, IK S.J E. B. S. £ 3 2B. 6d. EACH. C. C. Collected, Messrs. Hayward's StorcB, Mayfair. £ 3 Is, 6d.—From tlie Indoor and Outdoor Staff at Wood Hall. Dulwich. £ 3 EACH, Kathleen Vernon. F. M, and D. H. Mrs, Maiiott Addington, Taunton.

" W e d i d n ' t w a n t to g o , b e t a u s e t h e q u a r t e r m a s t e r s a i d t h a t it w a s o u r l i v e s a g a i n s t l l i e i r s , T h e r e w a s a n i u s t a n l a n e o u s p r o t c - t from llie m a r ried w o m e n , w h o w a n t e d to r e t u r n . " ^Vhat d i d you d o ? — I saiti n o t h i n g . T h e (|uartcrm a s t e r o r d e r e d u s to r e s u m e r o w i n g f r o m t h e T i t a n i c , which we did, The major staled that the (|uarterina,slef i m a g i n e d that he saw a light away fiom the v e s s e l , an<l i n s i s t e d in r o w i n g lowar<ls il. H e fold h o w h e h e a r d a c a l l for helji f r o m i h e T i t a n i c , a n d s t a t e d w h a t h e s a w aiid h e a r d o f i h e final d i s a p p e : i r a n c e o f t h e T l l a n i c . It was foll o w e d by the r u m b l i n g sound of Iwo e x p l o s i o n s a n d then by d r e a d f u l cries which grew l a i n i e r a n d fainter. T h e T i t a n i c , h e s:iid, b e g a n fo lisi I w e n l y - f i v e m i n u t e s after t h e c i a s h . Mrs. Aslor awakened t w o y o u n g w o m e n a i u l Icil t h e m In t h e d e c k . S o m e of t h e p a s s e n g e r s w e r e noi even a w a k e n e d by the collision. T h e r e w e r e n o m o r e w o m e n a.lioul w h e n t h e t w o l i f c i i o a t s w h i c h h e h e l p e d to l a u n c l i w e r e g o t off. H e wonderc<l w h y m o r e m e n w e r e n o ! i:dien. No o n e c i m l d l i v e in t h e icy w a t e r m o r e i h a n a n h o u r . H e - w a s ol o i i i n i o u Ihal il i h c l o o k - o u t s h a d h a d glasses the ship-might have been saved. T h e (i^oninniiee sal u u l i l Ti.-M., a n d a d j o u r n c i l u n t i l t e n o ' c l o c k in t h e m o r n i n g , w h e n t h e l o o k out, T i e d , will be r e c a l l e d . — K e i i t e r ' s Sjiceial.

MYSTERY

OF VANISHING

SHIP.

T h e w h o l e w o r l d i^ a s k i n g t h e n ; u n e of t h e m y s t e r i o u s ves.ici w h o s e l i g h i s w e r e seen less t h a n five m i l e s a w a y from t h e Til a i d e jirst ;:[ter s h e Struck t h e i c e b e r g , liul w h i c h did n o t rcKpond t o tlie T i t a n i c " , ^.ignals. t l u a i g h s h e e a m c clo,';er. T ' \ ) u n l i (IITicer H o x h a l l . in h i s c \ i d c u c e al W ; i s h ' iugton, gai e a circumst;iiUial a e e o u n t of the m y s t c r i o n s s h i p t h a t p a s s e d in tlie n i g h t . T h e C o u n t e s s of K o t l i e s , w h o p e r f o r m e d s u c h s p l e n d i d w o r k in o n e ol t h e b o a t s , leiuls c o n f i r m a tion to t h e s t o r y . I n a n i n t e r v i e w p u b l i s h e d in t h e A/e7ci York Herald s h e ,-iays : - " T h e eu|)iain's attiliulc was courageous. H e t h o u g h t a n u n k n o w n ves.-;el w h o s e l i g h t s w c c o u l d p l a i n l y s e e w o u l d p i c k us u p . " F o r t h r e e h o u r s we p u l l e d s t e a d i l y for t h e l i g h t s s e e n t h r e e m i l e s a w a y ; t h e n we saw a p o r t l i g h t v;mish. a n d i h e m a s i h e a d l i g h t s g r o w d i m m e r u n t i l t h e y di.s;ippe:ireil, W o u l d it b e p o s s i b l e to d i s c o v e r t h e i d e n t i t y o f t h i s s t e a m e r , w h o s e m a s t h c a d - l i g h i s w e r e first visible and then her red side-lights, but which g a v e no assistance a n d d i s a p p e a r e d altogi.-ther? " a m e r c h a n t c a p t a i n wa.s a s k e d b y The Daily Mirror yeBter<i.iy, " I a m a f r a i d it w o u l d b e r a t h e r l i k e l o o k i n g for a needle in a h a y s t a c k , " was the r e p l y , " alt h o u g h it m i g h t b e j i o s s i h l e l o i n t e r r o g a t e a l l t h e c a p t a i n s of s t e a m e r y c o m i n g to this side from A m e r i c a in t h e n e x t f e w d a y s .

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HAMBL'VN (missing].

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TERRICLL (missing),

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'i li,RK,i^l,L (saved).

F. GODWIN (nussing).

REV. J, S. HOLDEN Imissing).

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Mil. HARRIS (mining). Imissing). d r o w n e d , w a s a y o u n g e r b r o t h e r o f F. T e r r e l l , a s t e w a r d , i w h o B e r t N o a s vuer.t dow»n writh t h e l i n e r , b u t h i s u n c l e , H. N o s s , rescued.

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Engagement of Miss K. G. Sowerby and Captain J. Kendall. A S ^]SS.

Reported Insinuations of Drunkenness Rouse Indignation in the Commons. Clergy [uster to Hear the Government Scheme. LAST
With amazement the House of (Commons yesterday heard of a charge of drunkenness, alleged to have been made by Mi. Pointer, the Labour member for Attercliffe (GhefEekl), against rival leaders in the House. In a crowded House, Mr. Ian Malcolm read Ihe following extract from the report of a speech nuide by Mr. Pointer at Croydon ; — One of the worst sights ho had evtr pccn (n his political IIIc when he was returned to Parliiimcnt wa^ a lender ot each side drunk while an Import'iut debate was in i)ro£ros3. " I fisk you, Mr. Speaker, to protect niemiieTS of the House from such groundless insiiruations," said Mr. Malcolm. All eyes were instantly on the bench below tlie gangway where Mi. Pointer sal. He rose at once. '• All I desire to say," he said, '' is that the report' read by the hon, member is not an accurate report, and 1 fail to see why 1 should answer a charge based on an inaccurate report." The Speaker spoke gravely. "All I can say is that if it is correct or anything like correct it is a very gross and offensive charge to have made, and one which the House repudiates ininicdiateiy. '• The- House has shown, I think, by the way in which it received the statement (hat it repudiated a charge of this kind, and that it was indeed a farcicalanri ludicrous charge to m a k e . " Cieneral cheers pimcluaied ihc .Speaker's 'emarks. Mr, Malcolm then said that a short time previously in the lobby, when he had asked Tvfr. J'ointcr about the matter, he said he had made the charge not in regard to the two leaders across the table of the House, but "rival le.iders," who were in a deplorable condition, Instantly members fired a lo'lcy of remarks at Mr. Pointer, and cries of ' ' W i t h d r a w ! " were angrily shouted. Mr. Pointer sat pale and silent. " I'rom what has occurred," said the Speaker, rising again, ' ' t h e House will form its own .judg11 e n t . " 1

Lady Mayoress Anxious to Save Pit Pony from Underground Cxisteuce,
" S a n d y must be saved. H e must be got out of the miiic at all costs. I cannot bear lo think of thai little animal working there in darkness until he d i e s . " Sandy, the poor little pit pony whose pathclic struggles as he was taken back into the Seaton IJclaval Mine were portrayed in 'iin: Dcu/y Mirror, has aroused the warm sympathy of MhsS Crosby, London's La<iy M'coress. Miss Crosby nuide the ,H:OV',; a|ipcal lo The Daily Mirror on behalf of Sandy. She wants lo buy him and keep him as a pel al her country home near Uorking, " 1 will give .Jjj lor bim," she said," and if that is nol suliieient i shall ask my friends lo help me buy him out. Thi: Daily Mirror had already offered lo purchase Sandy to save him from furlher life in i b e ' mine, but, owing to Ihe scarcity of pit ponies, found this was not [lossible.

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DfSESTABl-lSMJMENT—The a c t o f w l t h d i - a w ing: a C h u r c h f r o m i t s c o n n e c t i o n wvith t h e State.—(D actio nary.) D!SENOOWIWENT™Tho a c t o? d i v a e t i n g a C h u r c h of i t s e n d o w m e n t s o r p e r m a n e n t p.-opertv.
'Jlie iccoiul v:is( c-oiitciili(nis iiiRiisuie cf llie session WM iiitroiliLCttl 1 1 ike House of Commons ycsi 1 icrcUiy ;).fteriioon by ihc Home Secret:iry. Keenly watrhed , by bishops, reclors, vicara, riiratcs, Nonronfonni^! minislcr.- 'MIA a iTiodera,telyiittenrk'd Uowie (if Common^, JiLr. IvUlCeijiiLi unfolded (he piovi.iioui of llm latesl of the Bills {or ilic disetlHbli.-.iimciU of the Ciuiruti of Eiigiaiid in Wales niui IfoiiiiiouUishirc. Mr, McKeniiii, wlio sits for Monmoulh, let &]i iinvvoiited to:udi of feeling come into in^ voice as lie urycd tlie House to i)ass itie BiU. Most of the provisions of the lust \\'eUh dise^labiisluiient Jiill :ire in tlie present out, bm ihe yreat diffeRnu'c in this latest measure is l i e comparali^x tenrlorness of the C>ovcrument to the coflers oi the Chiivch, £8a,0£J9 A YEAH MOKE. The present mca-;ure hits the Cluirch less severely in mcmey matters th;ni .the As<iuitli BUI of 1^01). In particular the revenue iroiii English sources (the I'xclesittstical Commissioners and the Qneen Anne's iioiinty) is noi taken away from the Chnrch in Wales. Thus the latest nieasiirc is rom[Juted to be .i;80,(100 per annum kinder to the Church than MT. Asquiiir- nii\f.i[re. Here, brielly, are ihe outstanding provisions of Ihe L5ill:-GISESTAELISHMEKT. Tho Cinuih of .EnBlatHl iJi WulEs to lie i,epara,tcil t:il:ri liiB St.iUe. .\liii:!i of thf property of tlio ntiuich to l-ie taken :iway and si\i-n to collects, libraries, masEUma snd i)Uii;r PHMK' pvirposu.:. 'J'ln! four SVp.ih •a^ot•^•w^ to f^ Hi to Ii dioceses fn i J> v.ifhiii the pro-, iiic( (it (.'ainerbury. All til!) i;r-^!K'.i<cHi:'al fij;pov:it:0'i= iviihin Uie!Q da"icft;'cs to be (fiBSislied. Kcr!(i-;iiistk!al iariidjrtioii hi W.Ac.- lo Le abo'.islieil. lli'i'la-jiastk'nl law tis nuch to ccin! to oporate. Tim iirgiini'iation of !lic ChurcJi, tliouijh scpai-nteti fruiu tlio Stiite, to be kept in biiing. i'ower lo he ^iicJ! to liokl iyaod^i foe ihe futiiro jovfrnmoiit of the Omith. DSSKrsiDOWMEhtT, Aiiiiieiu Wiiliih Ohiirch ciidowinoiits to iio taken iv.'sy fri)To the Church, Modem tiiJowiiaa'ts i-iuoe 16621 to ! ( IcEt 1" po^>; .-cnsion of the Clnirch, Calfutiitod eiK'o.viueiit ii'conic £2(i0,000 Amouut from iiaiii-nt sourris £173,000 Amouiil. fniai modern i.udowmeul-; £13,500 The ;uni of LlS.bUO fioiu iiiodtsni ciidowmenls and '.ht! bab.ure <f xii i !iOa whadi is (lL:VLicd fiiiiu I'.uislii-h , si'Ui-ces m e^iiiiierti.Ki vvitii Queen Aiine ^ bountv and ^ the Kcrie.i !-c(ji-Lil f;oMLni..-;sion,^T'-> i to he Imniletl o'.er = -1 the ChuEeh at Ui^j (iiM',-,;tion of t'A'o bodies--uiLiiiely, the V e.h ConnniB;.ioi!ers i'lid a r5pri;scii(;itivu hodj of V !i Cuurehnieo. l l i e total lui-or.ie scctired lo ihe disestablished ^^ clsh Cliurcti under ihc Bili would aiiioani lo .iTW.OOfl a year, A fnrtlier sdm of .£;3TO{!0 may be iiroduccd 'at the option of the h!cclc.-,iastica] Commissioners ^'iid the authnriiies ol (^)^iecn Anne's Bodnly, brincui" the lolal up to .4]8tl,()00 a year, Ivvery existing incnniben! to continue to receive ills present stipend so long as he retains his offi.:e. Welsh Coramis^ioncl•s lo be set up for the purpose of receiving existing Church propeity and distiibuling proceeds. The Disestablished Church to set up a represcntative body, wilh chartered corporation powers. The Commissioners will transfer to this representative Church body the four Welsh cathedrals, the Welsh Churches, other Chtirch fabrics, and rhe modern cndowmenls. The attitude of the House was cttrionsly apathetic, e>;cept in the case of the Unionists, who gave way •to rollicking hiughlcr at many of MY. McICcnna's statements, " T h e Unionist Party will offer the Bill the most inflexible or 'osition," declared Mr. I,ytte!ton.

News of one of ihe most interesting and nnusitaf theatrical engagements has just leaked out—-that beiwcen playwright and playwright. Miss IC. U. Sowerby, the author of the powerful play, " Rutherford and Son," has just become '- ,gaged to Captain John Kendall, the author of '"Mrs. )!il 1," a comedy produced at ibe C'ourt .Theatre in 19flS, and ihe adapter o l " I J a d . " I'aigageraenis between authors and ai lre^ses are, of course, iaiily conuuon, but an engagement between two playwrighls is an almost unpiecedente<i e\'enl. BUSY REHEARSING, ^ Seen by Z'ZY' Daily Mirror last night, Miss Soiv ' 'dmittcd that slie was engaged. " VesV^r,,. , quite true that E am cng,ii;ed to Captain Kendall," she said, smiling happily. " Put I ha^•cuT anything to say about it—nothing particularly interesting or romantic. '• f met my hance in tlie usual way—socially—ami wc ha\e known each other some lime. May I turn the subject to an an\using experience I have been going through t'O-'iay^relicai^ing my ne^v one-act comedy at the }'layhoiiser' " Alter the tragedy of ' Rutherford and Son,' il is most refreshing, but still it is hard work. 1 now realise that v,'rilirg piays and producing ihera is not the delightful game one thinks it is—it is simply hard work, and nothing else," " W i l l Captain Kendall anil yourself collaborate in writing p l a y s ? " Miss Sowerby was asked. " We may do so, ' she returned. Miss .Sowerby aciiieved fame in a day with her play, '"'Rutherford and S o u " {the study of a "'parental m a c h i n e " ) , which was first produced at the (.Ainrt Theatre on J.anuary :jl hist. Il v.'as the first play she had ever written, although for years she had been writing children's siories, with her sisler, Miss Millicent Sowerliy, as illnstralor, WHITTKN FOR PLEASUfiE. Universal praise greeted the production of the play, whitli Ireais of stern, hard Morih-country lite in a wonderfully realistic way. Quite a romance is connected with (he produclioii ot •" Rutliertord and Son," Miss .Sowerby, as siie says, wrote it ' l u b i t s , " starting il several years ago. She wrote it partly for her o-ivn pleasure, never thinking it would ever really be staged. One day a friend, an art;ess, saw ihe uncompleted manuscript, and urged her to finish it. The result was- immediate success and a chorus of praise from all the critics. '"Rulherford and Son " is now running at I'ne Vaudeville. Personally Miss Sowerby is quite unlike ihc bard Northern lype of people wliich she depicts so admirably on the .stiigc. She is a charming, unaffci ted young woman, who is more surpvisetl than an\-iKjdy else at her sui:ccss. Captain ,Iohn Kendall,, wlio is " D u m - ' D u i n " of " Punch," .scored a success witii his adiipted play, " D a d , " 'vhicli wa-i [uoduced at the Playhouse last November. " D a d " was adapted from tljc " P a p a " of MM dc Plcurs and de Caiilanel. It was much more than a mere ada.ptation, as much West couniry dialogue and wit iiere intro(.luced inio it. Captain Kendall is a humorist of the new school. He is the auihor of tiic ' ' Crackling of Thorns," a book of collected verges Immorous and otherwise, lie is forty-two years of age. In "(S88 he entered the Royal Artillery, became a captain in 1899, retiring from tiie'Army in 1904. (Photographs on page 11.)

>Rlf\CESS VICTORIA A D PATSY. N
Queen Amclie of Portugal, Piincess Christian and Princess \'icloria visited The Daily Moil ideal" Home l-ixhibilion at Olynipia ycslerday afternoon. C^ueen Amelic paid J;, lid. for admission, anil, >icr visit being a sur[)risc one, she was not recognised al the stands. The royal ladies spent two hours in the e.'ihibition. I'rincess Vicloria was grc;itly interested in Palsy, The ])nily Mirror pit pony, slroking and patting him and calling iiim a " litl'le ilarling." He collected over SA 12s. yesterday for 'Tlie Daily Mail Titanic I'mul, One lady senl Is. lid. to the management, asking llieni lo l>iiy him s-omc t.orots.

N.S.P.C.A. AM) PIT PONIES.
The fate of pil ponies was considered at a meeting of ihe l\ational Society ol Cruelly to Animals at Manchester yesterday, at which the J.ord Mayor look liic chair. Colonel Wood said ihe institution had been able to secuie the inhoilnclion of regular inspection of pit ponies. '•'Tlie society, however, believe," he added, " t h a t Ihe animals ought nol to be used nndsrgronnd at ail."

THEIR LAST FAREWELL?
Dratiiatic Parting of Dr. Mavvson's Men in the Frozen Antarctic.
In the afternooa ive had a parting drnil; mid ivoighed nnuhoi', Mawsoii and party going off in the wlialuboat about 8 p.m., and I am airaid some of llifui «'ill not bo seen again, The first letters from Dr. ALivvscin's .Australian Antarctic expedition have just reached this country, anrl the above is an extract from one of tliem. It tells in simple, yet vivid, language of the parting of a little band o( brave men on the edge of the freezing wastes that guard the Scnith i"'ole. Small thougli their numliers when together they had t-o separate and face the terrors of ice and snow that tlie knowledge of man might be furthered. A parting drink and—" I am alrai<i some ot them will not be seen again." Probably no previous message from the .\ntarctie has served to bring home so forcilily lo ihe !ayni;in's mind what heroes Polar explorers really arc. 'The particular letter is written iiy -Mr. !'"r,ink Wild, WILO is in charge of ihe western base. l i e adds that the main base party lon.-isted of Dr. ilawson and llfteen others.

PEEK'S NEPHBW FOUND.
Lord Lanydowne Brings Mr. Giles Back from Liverpool, Digby

After being missing for a week, Mr. Giles Digby, the son of Colonel the Hon. h^verard Digtiy, and the nephi'w of Lord J^ansdowne, in his usual health, letumcd lo Loudon alter spending a few days.ill Ireland. Mr. Digby, il a|>pears, took rooms on Monday <i,t the Adelphi Hotel, Liverpool, in his own naxne. d'he maniigcment having been acquainted with the young man's tlisappearance. Lord I.ansdovvne was a; (nice iiitormcd. Vestcrday I.oid I ,an,-.downe anived in ihe city and ordered the joung man's things to be sir aliped togcihcr. The bill was pitid, and Lord I .aiisdowne and his uc[>hew l e l i tlie holel together.

THE KING TO G TO EPSOM. O
His Majesty T o See the Race for the C'ity and Suburban To-day,
The K i n g ^ e a v i n g Victoria by special train at 12.40—will go to Epsom to-day to see the race for the City and Suburban. Last night the King and Q u e e n - t h e first time for several weeks—went to the theatre—to see "ixlilestones ".at the Royalty,

£3,802 F R MILK FUND, O
"Daily Mirror" Readers" Magnificent G e n e rosity T o w a r d s C o a l S t r i k e Victims. We are able to-day to announce ibat ibe total amount lo dale of money i:ontribtited by Daily Mirror readers for ihe purpose of su|iplying milk 10 starving b.diies and nursing mothers -the innocent -viclims of the recent coal strike—is .£3,^^02 Is. lOd. Meanwhile ihc work of supplying milk is being .carried on in IweKe cities and towns where The Doily Mirror Milk ['"iind has opened depots. Subscriptions (oalinue to pour in. Jielow are given the latesl received : — SUBSCRIPTIOS^S—TWENTY-TMinO LIST, Jioues I'.pP-i *S 5 0 ^ ''IJ oly litiivor Cfiliectuiy lio.\'c3 at ideal IJonie Kxluhiliou, Olyinjiia 3 7 10 Colleele,! per Mis:^ H. (NMtin;.; Hill] 1 1 3 Aeon iPorto iMnnriKio] 1 0 0 Mrs 'fi 1 ah,ddial;i.i > 0 10 6 11 T JCiume.s) 0 10 0 L t - r o l H. N. W^nde 0 JO 0 Moliier', Geoff, and Jiabj 0 10 0 Mitoyinaii 0 5 6 Mrs 11 .1 Statikr (linxtoii) 0 6 0 ii; iiill 0 3 6 E (;.-W. |Mar;iate! " 3 0 Eisio, Moily and licrtie •Si'cvo 0 3 0 Ss fid tarh-liiltki Ftc(hv A 't'iiankfui Motliir; K 6 N.; G. M. F.; K, n.; 2-,. eaiih-A T.itlle fttore Mill! fioi'L i. ol V , Cowcs; A Mother ot V Three O, A, (jireviiiiis .sabteription acliriov.-ICil-ed in our list on Anrit 121; U.S. V.. I). .. 0 17 9 Pathetic evidence of a child's screams for Iiclp wdiile her father was drowning was given jcslerday at a Clielsea inquest on lleury Wcsl, a lighterman. 'i'he widow said lim' litllc girl was talien by her father for a row on Ihe Thames. He fell in the waler when tying up the boal, and was drmvned. Fred Urifiith, mate ot the liarge Soidiia, said he heard tiie child's screams for help. She said, " I want my poor (ladily," and pointed lu the vvater,

JUVENILE AiaWOMAN WHO AFFECTS THOUSERS.

THREE YEARS FOR BOGUS PRESSMAN
p l u m b e r W h o Posed as J o u r n a l i s t a n d Uiiibrelias and H a t s . Stole

Sentence of three years' penal servitude was passed at the London Sessions j'esterdaj' on Archibald Barrington, nged twenty-seven, a plumber, who by posing as n jontniiHst had obtained entrance to meetings and social functions iind stolen coats, umbrellas, iiats and other tirticles. H e was arrested as a result of complaints regarding thefts by men posing as representatives of various journals, including T/ie Daily Mirror. John Cluney, who wiis accused with hini, was i'onnd not guilty and discharged. RAZORS THROWN AT WITNESS.

CHILD SEiiS FATHER DROWN.

Crying ' ' V o n drop dead," a young woman in Leeds Police Court yesterday pulled a razor from Iier pocket and threw it at an officer who was giving evicfence against her. Later she threw a second raKor at another witness—a woman warder. HALF A HOSPrrAL GUTTED.

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One-half of the Kingsburv Isolation Hospital at Willesden was gutted in a fire yesteniuy. -Fortunately there were no patients in ihe building al the

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Among: t h e p u p i l s a t t h e Evuen School f o r Fljymgr a t H e n d o n is a y o u n g girl—Miss D o r o t h y Prentice—wtso b i d s fa,ir t o b e c o m e a n e x p e r t p i l o t . I n c o m m o n w i t h t h e m a l e p u p i l n , Bho vveafs t f o u a o r s , f e m i n i n e a t t i r e b e i n g o b v i o u s l y u n s u i ' i a b l o f o r a won^.an vuho t a k e s u p - H r i n ^ sGriously. Above, eho is seen s e a t e d o n h e r •aeroplane.—(" Daily M i r r o j ' " p l ^ o t o g r a p h . )

The cliarge iigaio^l .Mr. I T Reed, the Tunoh C artist, of " b e i n g a suspected person loiind on Ealing (,"ommon (or a suiiposed unlawful purp o s e " was dismissed yesterday at Brentford Police Court, but he was fined .£10 and .135 5s. costs^ for e.vposing to view improper prints or pictures in a public place. Notice of appeal was given.

April 24, 1912
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We print below a few more of the niany lum. dreds of leiters we have received concerning llu; losi of the Titanic ; ^ THE TITANIC—iT'ACTS flWO SUGGESTiCiySOne of the most [isLonishing thinj;s revealed by the whole story of this disaslcr is ihc position of the wirelcss-te'e,^''rapliy stall' on Ijoard an occiiii liner, i say '•siair," but in point -of fart o>i': operator .seems, on the biggest liner, lo be c<insidered sidHcient! Is not IhaE a crying scan<lal? 'i'hiit one in;ui--a mere boy—shoidd ha\-e to do all this work of a terribly trying nature, and- that he should get his sleep only in the intervals ui the messages, with at beil anoliier boy to help him? And what do we hear ahout the payment of these men, whose work siu-e!y is inlinilely more important than that of inas.-enrs, 'Pnvkish bath attendants a)id cooks? We hear tha.t they are paid " about .2100 a year." Wiaiderful ! Iferc, Ihcn, is the sphere in wlucl) tlic ln>:ury ceases and (he economy fn-gins- ecoinuny in lalxmr and in u n d (• r p a i d, overworked men. One lesnll is to prove that il v. onld liave been better, iti Ihe instance of the Tit.anic, lo have economi.^eil in Turkish baths and racipiei courts, W. B. 1,. Winililcdon. Kroni a sermon pvea<hed at All Saints' Church, St. John's Wood, on Simday last, April 21. " Is it nol enough lo make us cry ' h a l t ' to the high pressure -of modern lite?"
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WKDKESDAY, APllIL 24, 1913,

^ANATUKAI^ ATTITUDE.'
N E V I T A i i L Y ,1 season comes, after the first few moments of terror :ind pity inspired by a. disaster, when argument takes the place of sympathy and active help gives place to copious recrimination. One remembers that, after the burning, some fifteen years ago, of the'Charity Bazaar in Paris—a l]"!ing more hopeless and dreadful in its details even than this affair of the T i t a n i c - the argumentative and recriminating stage began very soon, ft began wjien the priest appoinled to preach the sermon over the victims in the presence of many of their relatives remarked that the \Yhole tiling was a judgment from on high and served them more or less r i g h t - ; a n amiable summary of the facts naturally not c^alculated to help or to console. So now with the Titanic. There will be many people longing to fix blame on individuals, and they will blame haphazard and at random. Our own judicial inquiry now prepared for in I^ngland will, we know, be entirely free from such emotions. W h a t we want is a full scientific" anci unemotional search into the facts, with a devising of precautions based on facts so ascertained. Blame, if it has to fall on individuals, will be implicit in the -evidence, not explicitly formulated after a casual examination of it. So, the painful argumentative stage of this sad business shall be shortened and made less painful.

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0 - D A Y sees the race for the C'ity and Subur- a b l i x a t tlifi opera, they are decidedly in the way ban Handicap at Epsom, and it is under- when s-Ue is silting in the stalls. A band of velvet stood that the King will be present to wit- or some jewelled material is worn across the forefrom this springs spray of aigrettes ness it. The members stand is sure to be well head, and after the fashion of a red Indian',? headsomewhat a filled, and there has been a ^reat demand for boxes gear. 'I'his perhaps is not quite so tire.wme for in llie grand stand; Mr. and Mrs. W, IC. d'Arcy those seated behind it as the long brush worn at will figain have several people on their private the back of the head, from which there is no escape, but it is suflicieatly trying in its way. stand, as they dii! yesterday. -K * * ->!• * «• Tt is expected that the Duchess of Somerset will Mrs, Cyril Ward has arranfi;ed a musical and have a doable tpiadriilc at the One Hundred Years dramatic entertainment, which is to take place at Ag(i Ball, as she has secured so many people who Tclbiiry on Saturday night, the 27th inst., in aid arc descendants of Nelson and his ent'Oma!;e. Mr. of various local charities. There will be large Alexander Hood, who is private secretary to the parlies, staying at ISadminlon, Charltjin Park, .nnd Quscn and is also known abroad as Ihe Duke dc Sopworth for it. M i s . Walter iiubena and Mr. .Bronle, will represent Kelson, who was his grand-

WHEN PAPA HAS CHARGE

M.A., Vicar of All Saints', St. John'sWood. •In reference to the column " Saved by Ten Minutes," in Monday's Daily ^^irror, I am inuch surprised that the wireless slalion is not fUfed witt an alarm bell, as this woulrl be heard unfailingly if the operator has turned in to rest. 1 can give Ihe proof that this i.s rpdte workable, .as I have much experimented with wireless telegraphy, typcsetling, wireless phototelegraphy.

For it is surely an amazing thing to see people safely protected on shore greeting those who have come as by miracle out of H A N S BARTA. death and night with bitter questions of " W h y did you do this? Why didn't you do The Board of T r a d e is the other ?" This has been described relargely in the hands of cently as a " n a t u r a l " attitude. Let us ils e.Kperls, who are chiefly engineer surveyors. humbly confess that to us it is simply inT h e s e engineer surcomprehensible. veyors are e x c e l l e n t W e cannot even understand such an attigentlemen, and are no tude in the face of what seemed certainly doubt the best obtainable under the present system to be unspeakable conduct on the part of of admission, but the syscertain of those who survived that Uazaar tem is wrong, and il shuts catastrophe we have recalled for a moment. oul the very men most able T h e best way, even there, was to pass by lo survey our large pasin silence, letting ali who had suffered that. seuger liners. agony settle their own reproaches. But when A candidaSe for an enthere is little certainty to go upon, when gineer snrveyorship must have sea-going experienee details are disputed, few things known, when as an engineer, and must a huge liner goes down with hundreds of hold a chief cngineer'si people s e v e r e d about her, for the most part cerlificale. So far, so out of toucn with one another and spectators good. BiU now comes the of oniy a fragment of this or that terrible trouble—he must be under iv certain age, and he must or noble scene, when circumstances are what luive held a certain rank we know they must have been on the Titanic on board shi]}. Promotion that night—then to begin iinmediately sayis not so quick on a large i n g : " Y o u ought to have done so and so, or passenger liner as on a Shields or t'ardifl' collier, not to have done that other t h i n g " to all or and I do nol think ll posafty of those concerned seems to us, in a sible Cor any engineer on safe room, a siieech simply stupefying to board a first-class liner to listen to ! Whatever " naturalness " there obtain ihe necessary rank may be about this attitude is not an lo enable him lo apply for a surveyorship before he admirable naturalness, any more than the bec<uncs debarred by age ; attitude of the crocodile snapping up and for that reason f queschildren thrown from a.-4)oat seems to be —tho l i t t l o d e a r i s c e i - t a i n t o b a c o i « e s u d d e n l y o b s t i ' e p e i - o u s a n d t h o p o o r i n e x p e r i e n c e d m a n Boon tion very much if there is a pleasing or amiable trait in Nature. A s h o w s t h a t h e h a s n o t t h e f a i n t e s t n o t i o n of w h a t o u g h t t o b o d o n e t o c o n t r o l r e b e l l i o u s i n f a n t s . a single Board of T r a d e finer naturalness is surely on the side of siu'veyor who has had his training on board any of the lirst-class passenger (hose who are not recriminating, but sendBertram Binyon v^dll siuj,', and Mr, W.ilter t^ubcns nncle, and he will wear the decorations, sword, liners, ing what ht;ljj thev can for the survivors. will play iheir accompaniments. 7die chief event of sworti-belt, gloves and shoe-buckles worn by Lord It is a dis(iuicling thing to know that a large the evening will he the performance of a ncvs' and Nelson at Trafalgar. W. M. percentage of the gentlemen who survey our large original comedietta, entitled '"foully In.sured," •s* * written by Major Brinton. This will be given for Lady Constance Hatch and Mrs. Berkeley I-evett passenger liners have had no training in liners of the hrst time. Miss Margot Cilliat, Mr. Sam are organising a very beautiful riuailrille for the any note. M F E EVERLASTING. Sothern and Mr. Hugh Brodie are taking part in same ball, 'I'his cjuadrille is to represent foreign i'he builders an{l owners of these liners would " Til ere shall he no. ir.ore .sKa." it. The play is very highly spoken of, and the part not dream of engaging designers, constructors, entertdimnent promises to be a great succe.ss, Ma.jor regimentsisof 1812, and the most interesting in it superintendents and chief engineers who haii been about it the fact that the ladies dancing Brinton was in the 2nd fdfe (iiiards, and is very Oh, siUioken world.'hold fast! used to a smaller class of vessel. Why do the well known and popular in the social world. This will also appear in uniform. Some very beautiful Board of Trade? For there RhaH 1 w h;MG[NKKR. is the first play he has ever written, and there is a designs have been made. Lady Constance Hatch V-liim Time and Death arp ps.it chance of it being performed at a London theatre herself wall appear in the uniform of an Austrian No Ircach'roua sea. hussiir adapted to women's wear, and Mr.s. Berkeley later on. IN MY GARDEN. Btit only IJOVO at last. I.evctt will wear a Russian uniform. « * * Oh, broken wocld, iirisol * * * Al'RiL 2;1.—Flowers that are suitable for cutting Some fresh hostesses have announced their inBeyond tho dark Lady Dudley and her daughters have recently are always nice to have in a garden during the tention of giving dances in the course of the next Is gleam of April jkies, few weeks. Mrs. I.awson Johnston has fixed upon been staying at Inver Lodge, Maatn Cross, Co. summer months. The gaiUatdias (blanket-flower) The soaring lark, Tuesday, June 18; Lady Dewar's dance will take Galway, but they i.re now the guests of Lord and are invaluable plants for cut bloom and flower And lili! in friendly guise. place at 45, Grosvenor-squarej on June 14; and Lady Aberdeen at the Viceregal Lodge, Dublin. throughout the sumtrter. Mrs. Pitt River's dance is fixed for Thursday, The coreopsis should also be set out now. T h e Oh, mOiirnlUE world! yfi weep May 30, at 17, Grosvenor-gardens. variety called grandlflora is the best, and produces At and of pain. * * « A T H O U G H T FOR TO-DAY. an abundance of elegant yellow flowers. There \% 'iliey slumber not, noi' sloep just time to plant the pretty Michaelmas (hdsiesj They livn again— There is yet another new fashion tO chronicle in In the si^ht of the Eternal, dispositions hold the these will keep the garden gay until the end <i| And «o thei: love .-hall keep. the w^y ©X.he.ad dresses for evening wear. ; J | o w November. E- I''- T . ' ever smart they may look when the wearer is in place of action3.--J5/a/>. - M, C, LEIGH,
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SORROW STREET," SOUTHAMPTON, WHERE WOMEN AND CHILDRJIN

Mr. W. M. Murdoch, fi the ship. He was in ch oftl

When the Olyniiiic: sails from Southampton to-clay slic will carry JDoats sufficient to accommodate every soul on board. Men have been working night

and day to ht her for tho voyage, and the jDhotograph ^hous how much drc space 1- occupied by the boats. .^

Milbank.-street, Southampton, is a street of trage iy, as at house after house m a y be found some grief-stricken woman who is mourning the loss of one

or more relatives. - The .photographic diagram, shows some of the houses over which hangs the shadow of de&th.~-{jyaily Mirror photograph.) '

They calLJt ." Sor4-o.w.TStreet."-^that road of,humble, dwellings Jn Southampton w:here .jnany mothers, wives and children mourn the honoured dead., ^ .^n^ Millj.ank-^treet.).'I^or-

Miss Marjory Coleman, I collected ^5 3s. lOd., Garden yesterday.—(J ,. . -tham, there, is scarcely -a house in which does not live, somebody • but who; has—as the .,-..\.,,a,bove i)hqtpgraphic-,dia{^rapi,.,§hows--Io=t a relative..or friend., MeanwhilCj .the' Olympic

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fEEP FOR MEN LOST BECAUSE THERE WERE NOT ENOUGH LIFEBOATS.

Owing to the inaccuracies in the lists telegraphed from New York of the survivors of the crew, joy was in many cases turned into grief, as the names of

a number of those drowned were included among the survivors. The photograph, taken at Southampton, siiows how the lists had to be corrected.

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iged six, of Highbury, who lostly in copper, at Covent '>aily Mirror photograph.) I I

Nowhere does the shadow, of the great tragedy lie heavier than at the Northam School, Southampton, where more than 100 6^ the little pupils, it | }

is stated, have lost some relative in the shipwreck. Above, some of the children are seen leaving after lessons, — [Daily Mirror photogr&'ph.) •.

is taking so.many extra lifeboats on board that her deek-s-iare hftarly covered ^ with .them. If "this had been done in'the case^of the Titanic everybody-'inighthave beeii saved. 'Mean- ,•

' while. The Daily^Mail fund is swelling to a proportion, which will^a,ll6w it., to. h^Ip hun^ • " dredsof fsimiliis.-''Havfeybu contribiitcd?

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A Bad Complexion.
t h e brigSit b i s h o p ' s s l i a d c is i m m e n s e l y m o d i s h in the Gay City now. A s the new h a t s a r e of all sizes, o n e w o u l d exp e c t to find t r i m m i n g s o f a l l sizes a l s o . B u t t h e r u l e is a s i n g l e g i g a n t i c t r o p h y , m a d e o f r i b b o n , of flowers, or of f e a t h e r s , but not of all t h r e e a t o-ice. T h e w h i t e r i b b o n " a i g r e t t e " t h r e a t e n s to b e c o m e a n o b s e s s i o n . O n e m a d e of two loops rising from a well-wired twist of r i b b o n h a s a b o l d a p p e a r a n c e u p o n a b l u e h a t , a n d a n o t h e r , u p o n a c o a c h m a n ' s h a t , is c o m posed of b o w s of w l n t e c r e p e , one above the o t h e r . M a n y of the milliners a r c using crepe de C h i n e i n p r e f e r e n c e to t a f f e t a s , f i n d i n g it l e s s h a c k n e y e d and immensely becoming. N e e d l e w o r k is a v e r y f a v o u r i t e p u r s u i t o f t h e P a r i s i c n n c , a n d m a n y a l o v e l y piece of enib r o i d e r y for p e r s o n a l a n d h o m e a d o r n m e n t is aecomplislied when holidays are being enjoyed, f o r a q u i e t m o r n i n g is a p p r e c i a t e d a s a b e a u t y giving experience. Old-fashioned tinted canvas, grey and cicain, p u c e a n d b l u e , is b e i n g c m b r o i d e T e d w i t h c r u d e (From Wovian'i Rcai::ij, I t ' s fooHsh to a t l e n i p t to cover u p or h i d e a s a l l o w c o m p l e x i o n , w h e n y o u c a n so e a s i l y H:inovt^ t h e s a h o w n c s s , or tlie c{)inplcxir)n itself, fiouge a n d t h e l i k e o n a b r o w n i s h skin o n l y e m p h a s i s e t h e d e f e c t , T h e b e l t e r w a y is to ;;i'ply p a r e mcrcoliiocd w a x — t h e s a m e as y o u w o n l d eold i r c a m - p u t t i n g it o n a t n i g h t , r e n i o i i n g it in Uie m o r n i n g witli w a r m w a t e r a n d s o u p , f o l l o w i n g ^vith w d a s h of cold w a t e r . T h e effect of a few a p p l i c a t i o n s is s i m p l y m a r v e l l o u s . 'Jlu- h a t l - d c a r l c u l i c i e is a b s o r b e d b y t h e wax - p a i n l e s s l y , g r a d u a l i y , in tiny imj>erccpt i b i e p[irliiLies-~rc\ealing-[hc h e a u t i f n i v e l v e t y w h i t e n e w skin b e n e a t h . N o wom^in r.ce<l h a v e a s a l h i w , bluLcliy, p i m p l y or f r e c k l e d L Dnqilcxion it s h e will j u s t ;;u to t h e c h e m i s t ' s , g e t s o m e g o o d m c r c n l i / c d wax a n d u s e a s s u g g e s t e d , l i v e r y w o m a n , ol c o i n s e , a s p i r e s t o h a v e a p c ; u ' h - l i k e [uul u n b l e n i i s i i e d c o m p l e x i o n ; nosv, w i t h t h e a s s i s t a i u ' c <if tliis r e m a r k a b l e w a x , h e r d e s i r e s ciui b e g r a t i f i e d . It i i r a c i i c a i l y t r a n s m o g r i f i e s t h e ( a i e , a n d p;iinlc<s]y bul s u i c l y gives t o it i h e b l o o m ;ind a i > j i c a r a n r c of h e a l t h y y o u t h . W o m e n r e a d e r s o l t h i s i)apcr will h e <lelighted f o ' l c a r n t h a t such a p r e p a r a t i ( m < a n b e o b t a i n e d , e s p e c i a l l y as it <[Ui b e ti-.ed w i t h o u t fear of i r r i t a tion or d i d i g u r e u i e n t . " {Advt.)

Blue Now a Favourite Colour for Day and Evening Wear,
T h e I ' a i ' i s i e n n c , w i i h h e r u ^ u a l g o o d siense, h a s , i l u r i n g t)ie c o n t r o v c r a i e s t h a t h^ive r:ij;ed r o u n d llie m o d e s of t h e s p r i n g , k e p t a c a l m m i e n . Slic h a s awaited the m o m e n t when s h e can refuse firmly what she docs not like, and has shown a decided p r e f e r e n c e for, a n d n d e t e r m i n a t i o n to k e e p , m a n y of h e r f a v o u r i t e s t y l e s . Tn o n e o r t w o p a r t i c u l a r s s h e h a s p e r t i n a c i o u s l y '• g o n e a g a i n s t " F a s h i o n ' s eiiiccv. B y w e a r i n g t h e B y r o n c o l l a r , w i t h t h e d e e p o p e n i n g in f r o n t s h e h a s defied i h e l a w for tall c l i n g i n g t h r o a t b a n d s , a n d "by m a i n t a i n i n g for h e r t a i l o r - m a d e t h e straight line, t h o u g h not the h o b b l e m e a s u r e m e n t s , has p r o v e d h e r i n t e n t i o n t o a d h e r e to s o m e ext e n t in h e r a d m i r a t i o n for t h e t u b e s k i r t . B l u e serjie s u i t s s h e still w e a r s , t h o u g h e p o n g e a n d taffetas a r c so v e r y s m a r t . B l a c k b r a i d a n d black satin covered b u t t o n s adorn the m a r i n e serge coat a n d s k i r t , a n d t h e b l o u s e is a w h i t e l i n g e r i e imt\ w i t h a Kpotted n e t a n d l a c e c r a v a t . B l u e is a c o l o u r v e r y m u c h in r e p u t e . T h e t u r q u o i s e s h a d e is n e w l y f a s h i o n a b l e o n c e m o r e , a n d

Yon enn easily avoid dial nio-t di^duieliuh' sit;i- of :iBc—(Jicv hair—I'y iiAv.^

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A smart hat made of steel-blue straw and blue silk edged with shaded Bordeaux and i>iak roses. There is a draped silk ctoivn, and a white feather rises fiom a pleat&tl aillt ornament. . The fashionable Byron collar, made of stitched white silk, is seen. It is open ia front, and with it is worn a black velvet choker and o knotted lace scarf,

LONG COMPMiTi; OiUfilMI- N«V1;L and NINK OltlUiNAl, COMPl.IiTE S l O U I i S . Contents :

DEPARTMENT.

s h a d e s o f B e r l i n w o o l a n d w h e n it i s f i n i s h e d it makes the smartest collars. For the same purpose c r e t o n n e is well a p p r o v e d ,

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THE FIRST THIMBLE.
I t v/as a p o o r m e t a l w o r k e r l i v i n g in L o n d o n , w h o i n v e n t e d t h e t h i m b l e , a n d it is t h e s a m e o l d story over a g a i n ! F o r necessity with h i m was the m o t h e r of i n v e n t i o n . T h e metal worker h a d n o wife, a n d w a s forced to s e w his b u t t o n s o n to his c o a t himself. W e l l , h e h a t e d p r i c k i n g his fingers, a n d o n e m o r n i n g , e x a s p e r a t e d , c r i e d o u t , " I'll t h i n k of s o m e t h i n g to k e e p m y fingers from b e i n g p r i c k e d , " T h e i d e a of " a t h u m b b a l l , " b e l l s h a p e d , flashed t h r o u g h his m i n d ; a n d I m a y a d d t h a t t h e " t h u m b b a l l " is still in u s e w i t h m a n y s a t J m a k e r s , w h o , s o m e h o w , d o n o t s e e m to c a r e for t h e o r d i n a r y thimble. T h e metal worker showed his " thumb b a l l " to all his f r i e n d s , w h o n a t u r a l l y w o n d e r e d t h e y h a d n e v e r t h o u g h t of s u c h a t h i n g t h e m s e l v e s . I n t i m e t h e steel a n d silver s h i e l d , v e r y n e a r l y a s w e k n o w it n o w , for t h e m i d d l e finger w a s t h o u g h t o u t b y h i m , a n d h e m a d e s u c h a n i m m e n s e n u m b e r of his t h i m b l e s for t h e p e o p l e in t h e c o u n t r y r o u n d , w h o p a i d h i m well for h i s t r o u b l e , t h a t s o o n h e b e c a m e q u i t e a rich m a n . T h e s t o r y g o e s t h a t t h e d e s c e n d a n t s of t h e m e t a l w o r k e r , w h o t u r n e d a t h i m b l e m a k e r , a r e still l i v i n g o n s o m e of t h e g o l d t h a t t h e g o o d fellow accumulated.

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. ARTHUR BOUaCHlER IN

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W E I T B for F R E E MILLINERY STYLES.
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A n e m i n e n t skin specialiiit r e c e n t l y d i s c o v e r e d » n e w d r u g — t e l m o ^ d o u b l e s t r e n g l h j w h i c h is so u n i f o r i n l y successful in r e m o v i n g freckles and g i v i n g a c l e a r , b e a u t i f u l c o m i d c x i o n t h a t it is s o l d by Boot's, Tnylor's, Hodder's, Timothy White's, L e w i s a n d B u r r o w s , L t d . , a n d ;dl l e a d i n g c h e m i s t s u n d e r an absolute g u a r a n t e e to refund t h e m o n e y if it fails. D o n ' t h i d e y o u r freckles u n d e r a v e i l ; g e t a n o u n c e of t e l m o a n d r e m o v e t h e m . l".ven I h e first n i g h t ' s use will s h o w a w o n d e r f u l i m p r o v e m e n t , s o m e of t h e l i g h t e r freckles v a n i s h i n g e n t i r e l y . It is a b s o l u t e l y h u i m l e s s , a n d c a n n o t i n j u r e t h e m o s t t e n d e r skin. B e s u r e to a s k y o u r c h e m i s t for t h e d o u b l * s t r e n g t h t e l m o ; it i s - t h i s t h a t is sold o n t h e Biorie3f. baek guarantee.—-(Advt.)

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T h e s c e n e of t h e p l a y h l a i d o n h o a r d a y a c h t a t C o w e s , a n d t h e t c n i r a l f i ^ n i c is M r . I'LLer i'.veres;, nTcknam.ed l i n p i i i p c r !'<-itrr in hi.* j o u i h . In t h e p ] a y h e is a r e s p e c t a b l e m i d d l e - a g e d ' g e n t l e m a n w h o loses h i s c h a n c e of F a r l i a m p n U i r y }ionour>^ b y iieriiiriiiin;j a n -vi of k i n d n e s s o n ^vhiih a l l h i t f r i e n d s a n d s u p p o r t e r s p l a c e iin e n t i r e l y w r o n g i n t e r p r e t a t i o n . M r . A r t h u r B o u r c h i e r p l a y s - P e t e f tind M i s s . i u i i a J a m e s P e r i w i n u k - , t h e y o u n g g i r l w h o c a u s e s a l l t h e t r o u b l e . — - ( - / ^ a j ' / y Mirror photographs.)

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THE

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April 24, 1912

The Slory of an Ugly Woman.

PABT

By GERTRUDE II.—Pilgrim's Progress.
CHAX^TER X

CARR

SMITH.
J\ L L children need a laxali^'c medicine m o r e or less regularly, but it is -^"^ cruel to give ihem Castor OLI, with its noxious and disagreeable taste, Castor Oil, moreover, only gives temporary relief witli nri[>leasaiU atter-tdlecls,

iMary Sliaw litnJ another iiioiilh bcfoie ^lis: woukl be called upon to fullil hev promise to marry I'cts^r GilcLid. iTom l-'loreiice ihe hud taken a momh to get back to the vilUi bcknv I~,ze, ^\h^^ve Mrs. Arisicy had ;nvailed her. Jl ciiald never be too hoi ior Mrs, Ausley, «ad she liiul greatly enjoyed the weeks during which her niece h.ul been away., us she had hud tiie companionship of her great friend and crony, Lady i\Iavlin; and both the !adies, who had known (hal n-.o-;t diftirult form of poverty which L'OCh with a high '^o^vi\ iiosition and the necessity to keep np appearances, found delight in tlie wcil-ordercd round of the days at the beautiful villa, with its perfect, appointments itnd ds atmosphere <d luxury and leisured ea-e, Everytlunj; had been p;a,kcd in a conp'e of days, and Mary had wlusked her aunt away to Swit/e'"land in the big c.ir, while J.ady Martm wei!t back to London, wliere she was lu take up the by no means uncongenial task of brm!ji"g <'iit a rich young cousin whose falhcr liad been left a widov.er many years a;^o. i i• Thcv were now staying for a %\eck at tlie big hotet in a mountain valley near the St. (.kithard i-'ass, where the early summer flowers were supposed to be tlie most beautiful in all the Alpine workl. ft was a peaceful valley, broad and sliort, and none of the great snow-clad giants were lo be s<-cn from it. On one side lowered Ihe great dark mass of rocky heights at the Isack of the h luLa I'ass. All round were tolerably high mounlains, clothed witli pines ahnost to Ihe very tops; and tin the slopes of the lower fields and in the valley it-.ed nature had showered the flower g'ory with a lavidi Jiand. The prevailing colour was bine. In die cool mornings and eveniiij^s all the lillis looked blue. The sky was bh;e--a deep clear i\ir(]aoisc, figainst w-hich'the pines showed up bliick. Many ol the flowers we--e b l u e - t h e bhieljcils and harebells, and the wild hyadnths and the delieaie campanulas, and a kind of single starry anemcne thai 'Mary had never seen before, and the scabious ami, hidden away in the little alder wood by the stream, the mass of violets. There were flowers of every other colour; but the chief memory that M;iry carried away with her was of a place beantiftdly and «iitraiu-ing!v and amazingly bine. There were very few people in the big hotel. It

" O k , has she? I'm sorry,'' said Mar}'. She spoke carelessly. She knew Rosa better than lier aunt did. '" 1 mtist say she's been iiaving a tremendous kit of headaches lately," she added. _ " I tell her it's only nerves. The girl's ail on wires. It will be a good thing for her when we get back," '• \. think it's something else than nerves," put in Mrs. Anstey with an unmistakable meaning in her voice. Marj' stared at her. " W h a t e v e r do you mean, Aunt M a g g i e ? " " Kosa's in love, my dear," was the wise letort. " Tn love ! Rosa ! What an idea ! Who is tlicre she can be in love w i t h ? " " M y dear child, sometimes you don't sec farther than your nose. Of course, there is only one person about. Rosa is in lo'- .-wdth Tanner." It was then that M a r y for the first time for many months finshed the dull, angry red that so disfigured her, iind that Ike pnintal, immobile look came into her face. '•Aunt Maggie, what an i d e a ! " she exclaimed, and her voice was harsh. It had given her a tremendous shock, and a moat unpleiisant o n e ; and vet in a way it was a very simple thing, and a thing most likely to happen. Mary could not have said why she experienced that feeling of revolt and disgust. " It's more than an idea, my love," the gooil lady retorted. ': How do yon know? Has she told you? " ••No. But I can see. I've let Rosa talk lo me a good deal. I have given her certain huitude, as l' [un often by myself. She is a companiomible girl, and well spoken and nicelv mannered, and she never tails in respect." Mrs. Anstey pronounced the last words with emphasis, as if sk(^ wore by way of suggesting tkat somebody else did. She had never got rccontdled to Tanner. She always resented his presence. •• But what has she said to make you think such !i ridiculous thing? " persisted Mary angrily. " I fail to .see anything ridiculous about it, my love. They are both young people. \ o u have thrown them very much together. Why, they have eaten all their 'meals together for months, and when you do not 'eqnire Tanner's .^erviccs ot im evening I've no doubt they spent the time togetlier. Anykow, I had my suspicions, and 1 drew the gid out. I encouraged her to talk to me ol jour trip, and incidentally of the young man, and

The old-fashioned idea that, to be effective, a modieinc must be nasty, has been exploded. Ficolax is delicious in taste, and there is not a child who does not enjoy it and clamour for more. Medicine time is now no longer a time which the children look forward to with dread. FICOLAX is much more effective than Castor Oil and other oldfashioned nasty medicines. It posidvely relieves and cures constipation and all disorders of the bowels, kidney, liver and stomach, but it does so easily and naturally, causing no binding or other unpleasant after-effects. FICOLAX, too, causes no griping, pain, purging or discomfort. It gently stmiulates and strengthens the digestive organs, cleansing the entire system, and removing all poisonous products. Sold by all Chemists at 1/1^. Family size 2/9.

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was all very peaceful and quicL Mary and Mrs. Anstev took short walks in ihe mornings, and sat idiont'ln the hotel grounds, reading and working. Jn Ike afternoon Mrs. Ansley rested, and Mary and Tanner would take the car out. They cotild not go for any long trips, because they were just on ihe border of a canton where motors were strictly forbidden; but they look frequent trips along the shores of the Lake of Lucerne, and discovered many qnaiul, unspoiled villager and many untouched mountain valleys at no \ery great distance iron: lie most over-civilised iind sophisticalerl of all touri. resorts in Europe. 'J';tftner luui a natural Jiair for tjiose spot.-;. "\Tavy thoiighl she had never known a youiig man so genitincl\' fond of solitude ^md of the simple and primitive forms of life. Mrs. Anstcy h.ad left oft taking Mary to task :ibonl the young man. If Mary chose to make a friend of her chaufl'eiir, and to go for walks wdth him and discuss her business and pers(mal affairs witli him, the good lady supposed she must do it. Certainly she, Mrs, A^stcy, was^ not capable of stopping her. Mary's en entricdiies could sure!)' not go much further t l c n that. And, at iiny rale, in a month Mary's ecceniricilies must come to an end. I'etcr Cdlead wonkl see to thai. It was a great comfort that iNtary was going lo marry him, Mrs. Ansley had quite forgotten that for a long lime she had looked upon the soldier as a most undesirable match, Besides Tanner, only Rosa, Mary's maid, was of th.e parly. As Mary wiis very aciive and independent in rdl things appertaining to her person, Mrs. Ansiev reaped ihe benefit, tmd enjoyed the lively little person's [dmost exclusive services. Mrs. Anstey t;dked to Rosii a trood deal, and often managed lo biing the conversation round lo ddmner and the two months' trip on \^diich ihey had both accompanied M ary. ll was as a ri^snJt of one of these conversidions that Mrs. Anstcy said something to Mary one evening that gave ihe ,glrl :i great shock, 'idiey had been in the hotel for hve days," [ind Mary had alieadj suggested prolonging their stay for another week. Mary had been nut moloring, and came inlo Afrs. Anstey's room on her return while that good hidy w.is dressing for dii^ner. The hole! was very luxurious for Swdl/erlainl, and thev had a charming suite, their bedr(iom,> being separated by a large sitting-room that 0]>encd on to a big covered verandah. The windows ol ^drs. Anstey's room were wide open, and_ihe wonderful fiagrance of fields of narcis'^i slole in on ihe cool eveidrg air. " W h e r e is Rosa, Aunt M a g g i e ? " asked Mary, seeing that her atmt was alone. " W h y isn't slic helping you? " " I sent her to lie down, my love. The poor girl has a bad headache." (Trmisiation, dtamiLtic. Riid all oUier ti^iits Et;uured. Copjrislit. D.3.A., 1912.)

By H E N R Y FARMER.

^ins m To-day's London EVENING

NEWS.

I am cpiite sure tkat I am rigid. They are in love with each -other." " WTiy should that give Rosa headdclics?" Mary's voice was unsympathetic and hard. Up to that momeni; she had liked Rosa. She had even been fond -of her in a way. " My dear Mary, how dense you are ! Of course, th.e girl seeing you take up so much of the young man's time is miserable and makes lierself id. It is a type of jealonsy—ririiculous, of course, but you know what that class is ! " Mrs. Anstcv spoke wdtk mild tolerance, as if slie were delailing the peculiar antics of some litlle-known species. Rtary was quivering with fury. She was so angry that she could not answer. Mrs. Anstcy was actually accusing her of appropriating Tanner, when his imlination would draw him to the company of another woman. She was practically insinuating that she, his employer, was trying lo lake him away from Rosa, her own maid. It was intolerable ! It was the first time that mdiiral human feelings had been bnmght into her relations with the young man. " Of cour.se. Tanner can't help i t , " Mrs. Anstey went on, sublimely ignorant of the storm that she was raising in her niece's breast. " He's your servant. l i e ' s got to do what you tell him ; and if vou want him with you he can't be witfi Rosa. b u t you must forgive my saying so at tkis stage, my k n e . It does seem a little hard, Vou're taking tire yoimg fellow out of his class, probably putting all sorts of ideas into his head, and ail that. And when yon get home it will be absolutely impossible for you to behave like this. So I do think- ^" Mary mterrnpted her rudelj'. U e r voice was harsh, almost wild, " It's •\ preposterous idea. Aunt M;i_ggie I T"m sure there's not an atom of I m t h in it. You've made a silly mistake, because of Rosa's foolish fancies about her aches and pains. Idic girl is sj)oiIed—that's the truth of it. I've never noticed anything of the kind, and I've been with both of them Eon weeks all alone. I must have seen something, if there had been anything to see. Resides, yon don't know Tanner. l i e ' s not that sort at all. And, anyhow, a slupicl liltle fool like Rosa would never appeal to him. l i e ' s got much loo much brain and character. And, anyhow, I'm quite sure you're wrong." She broke off, and began to pull the strings of the motoring veil with savage fingers. Mrs. Anstev looked at her, anil for a nioment there was actual fear in her placid blue eyes. " My dear Mary, what lempers you do get into ! " she sa d at last, with great dignity. " R e a l l y , I think you might have a little more respect for m e ; although, of course, I know you are very good to me. and all that. And, after all, I am only speaking for your good " (Cuntinuek on i>ase 13.J

R. C. HAMLIN, 44, Bcaconsfield Road, Tottenham, London, N., writes :— "Pimples, which turned to big inflamed
blotches, broke out on our son Sidney's neck, and spread over his back down to his hips. Sidney scratched these itchy places, and he was soon in a terrible state. T h e eczema, as we learned t h e boy was suffering from, destroyed his skin and burned into his flesh. We really didn't know what to d o tor him, as cheap ointments, salves and lotions failed to touch the eczema at all. When we were nearly despairing of finding a cure, however, Zam-]3uk came to our aid. " W h a t we had read about Zam-Buk's wonderful soothing and healing power we fully proved in Sidney's case. The rich balm eased his severe itching and burning as nothing had ever done, and he exclaimed 'Zam-Buk is nice,' We kept up the Zam-Buk treatment after throwing aside common ointments, and were delighted to find Sidney's sores gradually dying away. The scabs dried up and Sulncy HamJm fell off, and all the bad places were covered Umdon, N.
with new healthy skin. Zam-Bak thus completely cured our child when everything else had tailed. Sidney's skin is as clear and healthy to-day as anyone could wish, thanks alone to dits magic Zam-Buk." Zam-Buk is the iinique halm, thai soothes pain atid trritiitioii, ih-^ti'iiy.-! tiiaeitsi:, jirows new, hcalihy akin, and ciiref eoei:nia,T.it!:i',rs,i>iles, rin;-ivi>riir, niid spring piisiples and ricnhss. ReHise •a-iirthlcsH siibalUiiies. I'licrn'N }iotliiiii> else like Znin-Biih.

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THIS MORNING'S
Some Insurance Companies and Their Titanic Losses. TO-BAY'S SETTLEMENT.
a t t h e o u t s e t , a n d p r i c e s for t h e m o s t p a r t h i i n g neglected round the lower parity levels. But W a l l S t r e e t , s t r a n g e l y e n o u g h , c a m e in a s t r o n g b u y e r , and prices developed a b u o y a n t tone, rises r a n g i n g u p to t w o d o l l a r s in U n i o n s b e i n g s c o r e d t h r o u g h o u t the list. L o r t h e eve of a s e t t l e m e n t c a r r y - o v e r t h e a c t i v i t y w h i c h d e v e l o p e d in C a n a d i a n Pacifies w a s most unusual. T h e bears had evidently overdone t h e i r s e l l i n g , a n d t h e i r s c r a m b l e to c o v e r left t h e I)Tlce of t h e s h a r e s with a g a i n of n e a r l y two p o i n t s o n the d a y . G r a n d T r u n k s w e r e l i k e w i s e b o u g h t I freely on a m a r k e t s h o r t of s l o c k . '" L i t t l e T r u n k s " I - as t h e O r d m a r v s t o c k is o f t e n c a l l e d i — j u m p e d I o v e r a p o i n t , w h i l e a s p u r t of T-J in t h e T h i r d s c a r r i e d t h e m w e l l a b o v e 60.I M a r c o n i s w e r e sold freelv at t h e o u t s e t a n d t h e ' p r i c e d i p p e d to 7-|, b u t it r a l l i e d even q u i c k e r t h a n • it fell, a n d on b a l a n c e s h o w e d a g a i n of a q u a r t e r a t i 8 l-llj. A rise of t w o p o i n t s in G e n e r a ! O m n i b u s ! stock c:!rried t h e p r i c e a b o v e 300 a g a i n , a m i T e l e ! i ) h o n e stock r e c o v e r e d t o t h e r o u n d laO. H u d s o n s ' B a v s reflected t h e s i r e n g t h of C a n a d i a n R a i l s w i t h i a s p u r t of t h r e e p o i n t s . T h e w e a k f e a t u r e of t h e ! niiirket w a s R o y a l M a i l s t o c k , w h i c h d r o p p e d 5 | to IOS.5 o n t h e 5 p e r c e n t , d i v i d e n d , w h i c h , t h o u g h mi creased, w a s to m a n y enthusiasts a severe disM r . W , B . R . M o o r h o u s e , in a B k r i o t m a c h i n e , yeslerd.Ty flew f r o m H u n t i n g d o n t o B r o o k l a n d s , a d i s t a n c e of a b o u t e i g h t y m i l e s , in e i g h t y m i n u t e s . B A N G K O K , .A.pril 2 3 . — A d a u g h t e r of P r i n c e l ) a m r o n g , M i n i s t e r o l t h e I n t e r i o r , h a s d i e d of h y d r o phobia.—Keuter, The Hospital Saturday F u n d created a record, . a c c o r d i n g lo t h e t h i r t y - e i g h t h a n n u a l r e p o r t j u s t i s s u e d , t h e g r a n d t o t a l for t h e y e a r b e i n g £45,'1()8. / f w o men named G r o o m e and A b r a h a m s were k i l l e d a n d four o t h e r s s e r i o u s l y i n j u r e r l l a s t n i g h t b y a n e x p l o s i o n a t t h e M u s p r a t t c h e m i c a l w o r k s of t h e U n i t e d A l k a l i C o m p a n y at W i d n e s TTnable fo w a l k , D a v i d W a l l e r a C r i m e a n v e t e r a n , a g e d n i i i e l y - o n e , w a s w h e e l e d i n a c h a i r to (he c h a n c e l s t e p s to b e m a r r i e d y e s t e r d a y a t G r e a t i ' r i n g l o n C h u r c h , N o r l h a n t s , to M i s s S e w e l l , a g e d sixty.

NEWS

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A .scheme to raise ,£250,000 for m i n i s l e c L d s e t t l e ment and snsientalion was inaugina[cd yeslerday at t h e S p r i n g A s s e m b l y of t h e B a p t i s t C n i o n o l Ctreat Britain and Ireland, S i r E d w a r d i l o s s , c h a i r m a n of M o s s ' F . m p i r e s , h a s j u s t u n d e r g o n e a s e r i o u s o p e r a t i o n , bul la':t n i g h t w a s g o i n g on a s well as could be e x p e c t e d , I t w a s s t a t e d at a C i t y i n q u e s t y e s t e r d a y t h a i i h e police h a d b e e n u n a b l e lo t r a c e a sl.'ile-roloiired m o t o r - c a r w h i c h k n o i ' k e d d o w n \ \ ' a l l c r ]'i/./:iid ( s e v e n t e e n ) in Q u e e n V i c t o r i a - s i r c e l o n A p r i l J 5 . M i s s T i c h b o r n e , t h e d a u g h l e r o[ t h e t.ite c l a i m a n t to the Ticliborne estates, has jnsl romideti^d a i b r e e - a c t p l a y w h i c h she h o p e s to h a v e p r o d u c e d in F o n d ( m shovtly. M i s s T i c h b o r n e w a s bir s o m e l i m e ill Mr. C h a r l e s F r o h m a n ' s e o n i p ; i n i e s , a n d intends p l a y i n g one of ihe principal p a r t s in her play.

3 , CoPTTlAr.T. KUILDIKGS, K . C . I n view of t h e c e r t a i n t y ol an e x c e p t i o n a l l y b i g c a r r y - o v e r in t h e g e n e r a l m a r k e t : , t o - d a y t h e s t r e n g t h a n d a c t i v i t y d i s p l a y e d in t h e S t o c k E x change yesterday was quite remarkable. P'orlun ^ t e l y , (iie b i g b i d ! a c i o n n t in t h e s p e c u l a l i v e favourites has b e e n sensibly reduced by the realisat i o n s of t h e p a s t few d a y s , a n d a l t h o u g h m e m b e r s will h a v e t o face a n e n o r m o u s v o l u m e of r o u t i n e w o r k , ' m o n e y will p r o b a b l y b e m o r e r e a d i l y f o r t h c o m i n g to finance t h e c o n t i n u a t i o n of c o m m i t m e n t s tiian w a s r e c e n t l y e x p e c t e d w o u l d b e t h e eai^e. T i l e c a r r y - o v e r in t h e M i n i n g m a r k e t s p r o c e e d e d r a t h e r m o r e s m o o t h l y t h a n b a d b e e n g e n e r a l l y exp e c t e d — a t a n y r a t e a s t a r as N i g e r i a n T i n s h a r e s were concerned. v N n g l o - C o n t i n e n t a l s , Benue.s a n d B u c k s R e e f s ^ tlie t h r e e f a s h i o n a b l e f a v o u r i t e s — h a v e p r a c t i c a l l y m o n o p o l i s e d a t t e n t i o n in t h e ^ 1 i n i n g m a r k e t s d u r i n g t h e p a s t a c c o u n t . T h e Idind g n r a b l e in t h i s h t t l e Irio h a s o v e r s h a d o w e d all e l s e . T h e s l u m p in A n g l o s leave.? t h e m with a loss of 2-^- on file fortn i g h t at 2 ^ , w h i l e B e n u e s , w h i c h h a v e f l u e l u a l e d M-ddly t h r o u g h o u t , s h o w a g a i n of i a t Z-^. B u c k s .Reefs, whicli at o n e t i m e r e a c h e d 27s. o n t h e " rich s t r i k e " r u m o u r s , s h o w a g a i n of r>s. 3 d . at J2s. fkl. T h e highest point reached during the account by both Anglos and Beiuies, by a strange coincidence,

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A n o u t b u r s t of s t r e n g t h in T r a l Caspians, w h i c h s p u r t e d 5-11! t o 2 13-16, p r o v i d e d t h e m a m f e a t u r e in t h e O i l s h a r e m a r k e t . S h e l l s a d v a n c e d 3-32 a n d M e x i c a n E a g l e s w e r e e a g e r l y b i d for, while Spies, which have been somewhat neglected of l a t e , j u m p e d a s h i l l i n g . S h a r e h o l d e r s in t h e W a y - S a l i m (Sumatra) R u b b e r a n d Coffee E s t a t e s — o n e of t h e b-^om c o m p a n i e s — a r e b e i n g i n f o r m e d b y (fircular t h a t p a r t of t h e p u r c h a s e c o n s i d e i a t i c m h a s b e e n r e c o v e r e d . 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Antexema i.s not a messy, grea.sy ointment, but a liquid cream which is invisil:)le on the skin. It is most econoiTiIcal, for in most cases a smali bottle will effect a cure, even after years of sufferH . R . , an auctioneer and surveyor, ing, and when everything else has proved writes:—" F o r months I suffered from useless. In addition, it is popular with the eczema on the backs of my hands, went to public, used by doctors, and thoroughly three of the best specialists, and used appreciated by nurses. several so-called remedies, but not one of D o y o u r d u t y l o y o u r skin. G o to a n y chcniivt them did me any good. T h r e e weeks ago or s t o r e s t o - d a y a n d g e t a b o l l l c of A n l c x e m a . B o o t s C a s h C h c m i s l s , A r m y _ nnd N a v y , C i v i l I was advised to try Antexema, and though S e r v i c e S t o r e s , H a r r o d ' s , S e l f r i d g e ' s , W h i t c l o y ' s , my hands were then one mass of weeping P a r k e ' s , T a y l o r s a n d L e w i s a n d B u r r o w s ' , s u p p l y iC at 5s. l i d , a n d 2s, i)d._ A l s o t h r o u g h o u t I n d i a , Au(isores, I am to-day completely cured." t r a l a s i a , C a n a d a , A f r i c a , anil Knr(>])C,

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SHOULD EXIRA TIME BE PLAYED?
II r e a l l y w o u l d s e e m t h a t t h e F . A , will liavu t o a n i u u d t h e i r C u p - t i e r u l e . , ..o as l<i p r o v i d e for e ^ t r a t i m e in a final t i e in w h i c h a d e f i n i t e r e s u l t h a s n o t been s e c u r e d . M u i ' h i r r i t a t i o n wan i ' \ p r e s - c d a t t h e l a c k of finality lu a g a m e w h i c h s h o u l d h a \ c b e e n t h e w i n d i n g u p of t h o sea,sou last S i t i i i d a y by t h e c r o w d . W e h a v e h.id g r e a t c i e w d s a t t h e s e m a t c h e s 111 t h e p a ^ t , b u t t h e y will d r o p oir- ; m [ e e d , t h e s b u i i p h a s b e g n n - i f we a r e to h a v e m a n y more drawn fiiuUs, T h e 59,000 o! fiatuiday was t t i o s n i a l l c . ' l n a t e for y e a r s , a n d t h e i e w e r o 3 0 , 0 0 0 pi oplu w a l c i i iiig a h ' a g u e m a t r h a t 'i'ol t c i i h a i n , T h e o n e t h m ^ ; t h a t S a t u r d a y ' s p i a l c h s h o w e d iis is t h e g r e a t d e l e i l o r a t i o n in f o i w a r d p l a y . T h e old idea of a Kood forwar<l was a ni:iu who w o u l d t a k e t h e ball 111 h i s s t r i d e , s o o n , u n t i l t a c k l e d , a n d tlien t i p it a l o n s t o a comrade, who repeab-d the performance. N o w n i n e t i m e s o u t of leu w h e n a f o r w a r d g e t s t h e b a l l h e trap^; it a n d s l o p ^ b.^foie g o i n g o n , or else Iwota i t a w a y " first t i m e . " T h a i p a r t of a s e c o n d t a k e n in t r a p p i n g t h o b a l l in mirjfieid p l a y 1, j u s t w h a t I h e u p p o s i i i g defence wa.it. T h e y d i v i u o tbi) i u l e i i d o n s of i h e l o r i v a r d and act aecordinglv. 'I'bal w a . t h e Alliion s way o t p l a y ing o n S a t u r d a y , a n d a n U b i n g more fulile and obvious a g a i n s t a .solid d e f e n c e l i k e B a r n s l c y ' s it wonUI be d d l i c u l t . lo i m a g i n e . B a r n « l e y ' s f o r w a r d . , a r e m o r e tike a s i d e of s e c o n d - c l a s s a m a t e u r s e x c e p t t h a t t h e y a r e i n u e h fa^tiu' a n d l a s t b e t t e r . T h e y h a v e p r a c t i c a l l y no ( o m b i i i a t i o n , a n d fincs-.e is n o t o n e of t h e i r a r t s . I'licy a r e t h e r e l o bo.il t h e ball alouH l o w a r d s i h e t ' e d wlieii t h e i r h a l v e , a n d baek 1 h a v e d o n u w i t h it, a n d if liickv a c t a goal o r so, T r u l y , it m a y bu said of t h e i t a r n s l e v t e a m t h a t " g o a l s a t e a c c h l e n t s . ' S t i l l , even I h a t k i n d of p l a v n e e d s .some s t o p i i l n g , a n d t h a t Barn.slev's f o r w a r d s do (set g o a l s is liroved by s t . i t i s t i c s . I t h i n k t h e y will t;ct c u e , or i>crhaps m o i e , t o - d a y , a n d t o t i l l t h i n k t h e y will w m ; b u t 1 h a ' e no g r e a t e n l h u s i a s u i t o r a s e c o n d final in <ine year, a n d I d o u ' t m u c h i-arc. B u t in Y o r k s h i r e a n d t h r M i d i . m i l s t l i e j a r c keen e i i o n g h , a n d a t r e m e n d o u s c r o w d i^ s u r e t o visit Hi m a l l - l a n e , w h e r e t h e f o l k u v i n g t e a m s a r c txpeclc<l to l i n e u p : — fiarnsley: Cooper; Downs and 'I'ayloi; (Jlendmniiig, BratI w a n d U t i e y ; l i a r t r o p . T u f n e l i . I.illycrop, T r a v e l s a n d Moore. W e s t J i r o n i w i c h A l b i o n : P e a r M U i ; I'00k luid P e n n i u g t o n ; B.addelley, ISuek a n d j M c N e a l ; . l e p l i c o t l , W r i g h t , PaLloi, B o w s e r a n d ,Slieiiruian. ThejiO a r o t h e sidu.-i w h i c l i m e t l.i.st S a t u r d a y a t t h u P a l a c e a n d failed t o s c o r e , P . J . M.

W A R N E R ' S A P P R E C I A T I O N OF HOBBS
C a m b r i d g e c r i c k e t e r s e n t e r t a l n o < l H o h b s t o 11 d i n n e r a t t h e I,ion H o t e l , C a m b r i d g e , last n i g h t , w h e n t h e S u r r e y b a t s m a n was pre^cjiterj w i t h a n i l l u m i n a t e d a d d r e s s a n d a silver u r n for ( h e " .•V.-^hcs " b r o u g h t b a c k from A u s t r a l i a . In a l e t t e r pxnrfcsiing hi.s r e g r e t a t b e i n g u n a b l e t o be present, P. F. Warner paid Hobbs a high tribute. " I have l o n g ago e . v h a n s t e d m y viMiabuiary of p r a i s e i n f a v o u r o t Hobbs, ' wrote Warner. " I t is c n o n j i h to say t h a t , in m y h n m b l e o p i n i o n , b e is o n e of t h e g r e a t e s t b a t s m e n a n d one ot t h e finest c o v e r p o i i i t s t h e w o r l d h a s ever scon. As to t h e fielding, n o t even O, L. J o s s o p h i m s e l f is b i s s u p e r i o r . G r e a t e r pr.iisii t h a n t h a t i i s c a r c e l y po.ssible,"

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• T a U c n h a n i T - V - O P l a t e . ' E a s t e r n R o s a (8 t o 1 3 , i.^c F . W o o t t o n I , 1 ; H n r c i n g l e (9 t o 2 ) , 2: H a n d l i n e ( 2 5 fc 11, B \ l s o r a n : W l n o r a , i M o u n t a i n . B u r n , U u s k y D n n e c r c, W a r r e n Court, Marlute. K a r d o n i , Vert Galaiit, F l i p p a n t , S t . A n t o i i i e , M o r p e t h , L e g a l L i g h t . C o u r t l a n d s a n d I m o l a (. (Woottnii.l 2 . 5 , - P r i n c e ot Wale.-i' 3-Y-O S l a k e s , — S , . i „ n ( 1 0 0 fo fi, F W o o t t o n ' , 1 ; O n t r a m (2 t o I I , 2 ; O r m n s ( 3 t o 1 | , 3 . Also ran : Motintain Jewel, ]i:metald R i n g , Grayling 1V„ W a s h i n g Day, G r e a t B r a d l e y a n d G e o i g e t l c . iWcotton.) 2.40. -We.-itininstcr T-Y-O Plate.—PoJlota (5 til I, W i n t e r ) , l ; B a l l y s h e e n (8 t o 1 ) , 2 ; E x c e i l e n c c ( 1 0 0 t o 8 ) , 3. .Also r a n : .Pilfer, ^figh R o c k , C r y s t a l G a z e r , S i m o n e t t e , I ' o x g k i y e Hi",, P e l u n i n m , S p i r i t e d I, L n n i i v e r c, (iaiieho, R a y o n de Solcil, S a n t a ('lara, E a t q u e , S p l e n d i d Ornament and Ignoramus. (Pratt.) 3.1b.—(^reat M e t r o p o l i t a n Stakes i h a n d i e a p l . Two miles a n d a quarter.—Accurate (Whealleyj, 1 ; Victory (Long.ur.^li, 3 ; I l i n i a n ( P i p e r 1, 3 . Also ran : Apache, Ren o w n . T o v s b o p , T h e P o H c e m a n , .\ v i a t o r . K i n g of t h e Wavelets, Lichen, T h o r n d y k e , Londerry, P r a i r i e F i r e , Corea a n d Sealed Orders. Betting.—4 Accurate and t l i m a n , 6 T o y s h o p , 8 V i c t o r y , 10 C o r e a , 1 0 0 t o S R e n o w n , A v i a t o r und T h e P o l i c e m a n , 20 o t h e r s . T h r e e : t w e . (Ilartigan.) 3.50.- B a i i s t c a d S e l l i n g P l a l e . — ( a n o n i t e (9 t o 4 , W i n t e r ) , 3 : T h e L i s t e n e r ( 1 0 0 to 6 ) , 2 ; A c s u l l O t o l l , 3 . A l s o r a n ; Pftddington, Purleigh, Codger, fietrenchment. Silver Beacon, Roinney, W c l n t y r e , Bon Ton, V i t i t e , D o n ' t (lare, Sanatogen, Counties Club, I.aivrenny, A n d r e w S m i l h a n d Slionecn. (Lines.) 4 . 2 5 . — G r e a i S u r r e y H a n d i c a p . — G r e a t S u r p r i s e (7 t o 4 , M a h e r ) , 1 ; P o o r Boy * 1 0 0 t o 6 ) , 2 ; .Mas-ter H o p s o n (10 t o 1.1, 3 . Al.-io r a n ; I.espedesa, L a d y A r a e r t c n s , B l a c k P i r a t e , ScoUdi LInke, C i t m a s t o n , B a d o n t a , W h i m s o y a n d M a r y T h e r e s a f. (Yapp.) 5.0," N o r k P a r k P l a t e . - M e d i a t o r (5 t o 6, S a x b v ) , 1 ; P r a e c u r s o r llOO t o 3 0 ) , 2; Meapicce (11 t o 4i 3 . Robinion.!

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T h e a n n u a l l a d i e s ' i n t e r n a t i o n a l m e e t i n g h c h i by t h e R a n c l a g h Club opened at the Barn Elms cour-e, Barncf, S . W . , ye-iierday. M a n y n o t a b l e l a d y pla.vers from I b e four natio'.is w e r e ( o r a p e t u i g for t h e u u n i e i o u s aH•ard^. Tliere w e r e £ 3 9 e n t i l e s , t h e ' ' i i n i p e t i t o r s p l a y i n g a •medal r o u n d vt.^terday, a n d a s i m i l a r r o u n d t o - d a y . T h e s c i r c i al-o cetirit m (lie c o m p e t i t i o n for t h e u i t e c i i a t i o n a l shi6ld p r c -enii-d by M i s M i l l e r b e t t e r kiniwii as t l i e P e a r s o n t r o p h v . T h e b e s t rtcore of I h e d a v wa^ r e t u r n e d by ^li^i I), B a r k e r ( W a l t o n H e a t h ) , whose 7 5 e n a b l e d h e r t o win t h e M-nitcli iuwird. Mi:^- Cecil lAUI-ii !Carl:.«lc a n d S i l l o l b ) r e t n i ed 7 7 , b u t ..bo w.i. r l i s ' i m d i l i t d for i n f r i n g i n g a local r u l e I l b i . lifth hole. T h e p o s i t i o n of t h e i n t e r n a t i o n a l m a t e l M t h e e n d of t h e ilay s p l a y was :— E n g l a n d : Muss B a r r y 7 8 , M i - s HcliiH' 7 9 . M M S M u o r o 7'J Miss Raveii-^croft- 7 9 ; t o t a l 3 1 5 , S c o t l a n d : -Mrs, B r o w n 7 6 . M i s s K . S t u a r t 7 7 . M i s i B e n t o n 82, Miss M a i t l a n d 8 6 ; totnl 3 2 1 . I r e l a n d : Mi.-s D. T . a u d e r 7 9 , Miss S t u a r t . 8 0 , M r s , ,Ia<;ksijr 8 2 , Mi^s V . HcKlet 8 3 ; t o t a l 3 2 4 . W a l e s : Miss Clay 8 8 . M r i . P h i l l i p s 84, M r s , D e a c o n 90 M i i s Flodge 9 8 ; t o t a l 3 6 0 .

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comprise a range from which every cyclist may select according to his means, confident that he will obtain the utmost satisfaction out of his purchase, for each type is guaranteed, and is the best possible value for the money. A first-class tyre cannot be sold for a few shillings* A t the present price of raw rubber it is impossible to make and market a really high gradi pneumatic at less than Dunlop ratesj and in anything offered under them the quantity of rubber must be microscopical, the quality of the tyre '* wooden.*' Extreme cheapness and top quality are never linked together, and the terms on which inferio" foreign makes are offered are in themselves evidence that the tyres are not worth having at any price.
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The Charm of a Pretty Figure
witli all its symptoms,
A Doctor's Advice to Suffering Personal Friend
Take C I C F A , " you say, ivliy should I take C I C F A ? ! hnve no Indigsstioii, my trouble ii Flatulence and Con.stipation, and ymi told me yesterday that C I C F A was a cure for Indigestictn. ^Yh;^t I want is a cure for Flatuleiice and Constipation. Wliy can't you give me one? It was Easter Sunday, bright iind warm, and the ti\o friends sat facing the sea. Tl)8 older man was a London Physician, the other wa3 clearly a City man, whose face and manner indicated a mind naturally keen and alert, but dnlled and inactive as a consequence of his ailments. The doctor wished to arrange golf for their Whitiun holidays, when they intended mecttn£f again at Seaford. The City man continued r — " I am generally bloated, constipated and tired, and now that Spring has come I shall as usual be much worse, so you must leave me out ol the game or find me a cure." Facing about suddenly, the doctor looked the younger man in the eyes and said -^^ , " You do not know It, but you are suflfermg through simple ignorance ; you say that I told vou yesterdav C I C F A was a cure for Indigestion, and you say that yon have no Indigestion, but only Flatulence and Constipation, that 13 where the ignorance comes in. However, you are like thousands, yes, millions, more who do not know the difterence between diseases and the symptoms of those diseases. Your Flatulence .and Constipation are not diseases, they .are merely symptoms of Indigestion—Bowel In<ligestion. • " Y o u should understand that Indigestion is your ailment,, and Flatulence and Constipation are merely its symptoms." " M e r e l y symptoms," you s a y ; " t h e n I End symptoms quite as much as I can bear, but as you are a d.octor I wish you would dispel my ignorance." ' " Listen, t h e n , " said the doctor ; you think your food is digested in your Stomach, don't you? " , " O f course, I do, and so does everyone. " N o t everyone," said the dr ..Or, " b u t too manv, and many of them sufifeir for it." " Only one-quarter of the food is digested in the Ktomach, three-quarters being- digested in the Bowei. In your case the Stomach seems to digest its part of the food without any trouble, but your Bowel utterly (ails to do its work, consequently the undiyested food in the Bowel ferments, and, .as you know, fermentation always produces gases, so the Bowel becomes bloated with gases, and gas in the Bowel is called Flatulence, so you see that Flatulence is merely a symptom of Bowel Indigestion. " j^ext let me explain ' Constipation.' When the food is digested in the Bowel it becomes a . soft mass, the nourishment is extracted from it, leaving the reftisc soft and, therefore, easily expelled. When, however, thc^ food is not digested it remains hard, and, as it passes downwards, it becomes drier and harder, forming little masses, or balls, which stick fast in the Bowel, and thus you have Constipation.So you see both Flatulence and Constipation are merely symptoms of Bowel Indigestion, and I've told you how perfectly C I C F A cures Indigestion." " That is wonderfully clear. Doctor, and I do thank you, I quite understand now that I have Bowel Indigestion, anil I see hovvit causes the klatulcnce and Constipation. I can also see 'hat I will be free from it w'hon C I C F A has curt my Indigestion." • • " I n your case, concluded the Doctor, ' ' o n e tablet should be t.aken ivith each meal, and one •or two extra tablets with the evening meal, so as to ensure complete digestion of all the food Within the Bowel during the night. When that is done there can be neither Flatulence nor Constipation in the morning." T h e r e a f c T W O K I N D S of I n d i g e s t i o n . heartburn, t h e g a s e s cause pressure, heart palpitation, neuralgic headaches, vomiting, and a burning spot b e h i n d t h e left s h o u l d e r b l a d e , BO that many think that they have

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