THE MORNIMC JOURNAL WITH THE SECOND No.

2,645, TUESDAY, APRIL 16,

LARGEST NET SALE, One Halfpenny.

1912

DISASTER TO THE TITANIC: WORLD'S LARGEST SHIP COLLIDES WITH AN ICEBERG IN THE ATLANTIC DURING HER MAIDEN VOYAGE.

Disaster, it,.^Ej^r<q;>oitejd yesterday, has overtaken the great. steamer Titanic, the largest aot^^g^a^i^Hixuripusly appointed vessel afloat The. Imer, which is the latest addition to ^j^r^KThk^ Star fleet, left Southamptpa last jA^diMMkjr oa her maiden voyage to^iftw^'Cf^ aax^yiM in the viciaitjr of UM Njefrfoundland hanks, to the

south of Cape Race, when she struck an iceberg, an ever-present peril in those latitudes at this timt of the year. " W i t l e s s " has again demonstrated its inunensj .Value, assistance being summoned, by this means. Tito nhotofraj^ shows th* loe^^hty vessel leaving S,oc(thimi)toii on Wednesday>—(i3««^ Mirror photograph.ll

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EVERY ONE ON BOARD WORLD'S GREATEST LINER SAFE AFTER GOLLISION WITH ICEBERG IN ATLAINITie.'OCfiAN.

TITAMC'S WIRELESS SIGNAL BRINGS VESSELS TO SCENE. LIN£B8 IN PEKEEi FROM mEBEUGS. 46,000-Toa Ship, with 2,300
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EVERTOKE SAFE.
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PASSENGERS TAKEN OFF.
Helpless Giant Being Towed to Port by Allan Liner.
T h e W h i t e S t a r liner T i t a n i c , the greatest ship t h e w o r l d haa e v e r k n o w n , h a s m e t w i t h d i s a s t e r on h e r m a i d e n vos'iige. S h e left S o u t h a m p t o n o n W e d n e s d a y l a s t a n d c a r r i e d a b o u t 2,300 p a s s e n g e r s a n d c r e w o n b o a r d , w i t h 3,400 s a c k s o f m a i l s . O n S u n d a y slie c a m e i n t o c o l l i s i o n w i t h a n i c e b e r g , a n d i m m e d i a t e l y flashed out w i r e l e s s "nicasagea f o r h e l p . M a n y s t c u m e r s r u s h e d to h e r a i d , b u t h e r f a t e a n d t h a t of t h e t h o u s a n d s o a b o a r d r e m a i n e d in i o u b t o n b o t h s i d e s of t h e A t l a n t i c for m a n y h o u r s . It w a s at l e n g t h k n o w n t h a t e v e r y soul Was safe. a n d t h a t t h e vessel itseif w a s p r o c e e d i n g to HaUfa:^ ( N o v a S c o t i a ) , l o w e d b y t h e .A.llaii liner V i r g i n i a n . Ail h e r p u s a e n g e r s h a d b y t h a t t i m e b e e n t a k e n a b o a r d t w o of t h e l i n e r s t h a t h u r r i e d to t h e s c e n e iiL r e p l y to t h e w l r r l e a j jnci.s.tge.

" T h e women and children have not.been taken off, t h o u g h t h e l i f e b o a t s a r c r e a d y in c a s e of e r i i e r g e n c y . It is t) o u g h t t l ; j t t h e b u l k h e a d s will prevent her sinkiiig," A later message, s a y s : " W i r e l e s s t e l e ^ a p h y b r i n g s the word that two vessels a r e s t a n d i n E b y t h e T i t a n i c , a n d t h a t all t h e p a s s e n g e r s h a v e b e e n t a k e n off." 5.20 p . m . ( N e w Y ' o r k ) . — " T h e t r a n s f e r of. t h e p o s s e r i g e r s from t h e T i t a n i c is n o w b e i n g csiiricd o u t . T w e n t y boat" l o a d s h a v e a l r e a d y b e e n t a k e n on board (he Cunarder Caipathia,'' T h i s hast r e p o r t w a i s e n t b y w i r e l e s s t e l e g r a p h y t o M r , F r a n k l i n , vice p r e s i d e n t of t h e W h i i c S t a r C o m p a n y in N e w Y o r k , b y C a p t a i n H a d d o c k , of t h e O l y m p i c , w h i c h is n e a r i n g t h e T i t a n i c . T h e dispatch adds that th^ Parisian and Carp a t h i a a r e in a t t e n d a n c e o n t h e T i t a n i c , a n d t h a t t h e B a l t i c is n e a r i n g t h e s h i p . Unofficial t e l e g r a m s s t a t e t h a t t h e V i r g i n i a n h a s t a k e n t h e T i t a n i c in t o w . 7,40 p . m . ( N e w Y o r k ) . — M r . F r a n k l i n a t ' o n e o'clock this afternoon g a v e out the following m e s s a g e r e c e i v e d f r o m t h e B o s t o n office of t h e W h i t e Star Line ; — _" A l l a n l i n e , M o n t r e a l , c o n f i r m s rcfiort V i r g i n i a n , P a r i s i a n a n d C a r p a t h i a in a t t e n d a n c e , s l a n d m g b y Titanic."

whether the Virginian was with the Titanic, but t h e y b e l i e v e d t h a t s h e w a s standii!ig b v , a n d t h a t possibly t h e w o m e n a n d children m i g n t h a v e already been transferred-—Ejtchirtjfc T e l e g r a p h

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LLOYOS MESSAGE.
A c c o r d i n g t o a L l o y d ' s , t e l e g r a m , t h e atignal s t a t i o n a t C a p e R a c e c a b l e d y e s t e r d a y a s follows : — "10-25 p.m. yesterday (Sunday) the Titanic reports by wireless that she h a s struck an iceberg, andtea.lfs for i m n a e d i a t e a s s i s t a n c e . A t i l P - m , s h e w a s r e p o r t e d sinkin'g by h e a d . W o m e n b e i n g p u t off in b o a t s . Clave h e r p o s i t i o n a s 41,46 N . , 56.U W . " S t e a m e r s Baltic, O l y m p i c , a n d - V i r g i n i a n are all m a k i n g t o w i i r d s t h e s c e n e of t h e d i s a s t e r . The l a t t e r w a s t h e last to h e a r t h e T i t a n i c ' - s s i g n a l s . A t 12.27 a . m . t o - d a y ( M o n d a y ) s h e r e p o r t e d t h e m . t h e n b l u r r e d a n d e n d i n g a b r n p t l y - I t is b e l i e v e d t h a t t h e V i r g i n i a n will b e t h e first s h i p t o r e a c h t h e Titanic." '

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Se\-eral l i n e r s « n d s l e a m ^ X . w i t i m ^ U ^ ' | l i n s t tcw d a y s h a v e b e e n i n d a n g e r . fonn i d ^ r g s ; o n e , t h e F r e n c h liner N i a g u a , did not escape u n s c a t h e d a n d suffered c o n s i d e r a b l e d a n l a c c t o faei hulK I n view of r e p o r t s b y r c s s d x a m v t o g in A m e r i c a , i t s e e m s t h a t a g r e a t icefield, w i t h o t a n y b n g s , i s obstructing the west-bound transatlantic sea lane oEf t h e N e w f o t i n d l a a d G r a n d B a n k , : Passengers on o n e liner relate b o w i c c b a g s were s e e n c l o s e t o t h e vesisel, w h i c h h a d t o t h r e a d h e t w a y t h r o u g h a n i c e l a c e for bfnirs-

WONDER OF WIRELESS.

PASSENGERS TRANSHIPPED.
M O N T R E A L , A p r i l 1 5 . — I t is n o w c o n f i r m e d h e r e t h a t t h e p a s s e n g e r s of t h e T i t a n i c h a v e b e e n s a f e l y t r a n s h i p p e d to t h e A l l a n l i n e r P a r i s i a n a n d t h e Cvinarder Carpathia. T h e V i r g i n i a n - is still t o w i n g t h e T i t a n i c t o w a r d s Halifax.—Exchange.

NO LIVES IN DANGER.
N E W Y O R K , A p r i l 1 5 . — T h e W h i t e S t a r officials h e r e s t a l e t h a t t h e V i r g i n i a n is s t a n d i n g b y t h e Tit.-xnic a n d t h a t t h e r e is n o d a n g e r of toss of fife. A wireless telegraph m e s s a g e to Halifax states t h a t all t h e p a s s e n g e r s w e r e s a f e l y t a k e n oft, t h e T i t a n i c at 3.30. M r . F r a n k l i n , v i c e - p r e s i d e n t of t h e W h i t e S t a r C o m p a n y , sla'.ei t h a t t h e T i t a n i c is unsinkable. T h e fact t h a t s h e w a s r e p o r t e d to h a v e s u n k s e v e r a l f e e r ' b y t h e h e a d w a s , h e ^raid, u n i m p o r t a n t . She c o u l d g o d o w n m a n y f e e t at t h e h e a d a s t h e r e s u l t of w a t e r filling t h e f o r w a r d c o m p a r t m e n t s a n d y e t r e m a i n afloat i n d e f i n i t e l y . — E x c h a n g e .

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I t w o u l d a p p e a r t h a t o n c e a g a i n t h e v a l u e to humarLiiy o: w i r e l e s s t e l e g r a p h y h a s b e e n e s t a b iisi'-.eci, lo:" :•••- l e a s t f:%c -.c:isc'-j ^i,"c h'-Cv n '.o l;--'e ( l a s t e n c d t j ihe aid of t h e w o r l d ' s g r e a t e s t s a i p w h e n she ii,ishcd f o i t h h e r apptjal for h e l p , . T h r e e at l e a s t a r r i v e d in t i m e t o b e of t h e g r e a t e s t s e r v i c e , a s is e v i d e n t from t h e f o l l o w i n g s<^rieS'of d r a m a t i c R e u t e r naessages w h i c h r e a c h e d I - o n d o n y e s t e r d a y at t h e t i m e s l u i m e d - t N . H . — N e w Y o r k t i m e is five iloiirs b e h i n d L o n d o n ) : — 6.15 a . m . ( \ e w V o v l ; ) , - - A t e l e g r a m r e c e i v e d h e r e from M o n t r e a l s.iys :— " T h ' . . liner \ ' i r g : a i a n r e p o r t s in a w i r e l e s s c o m rtiunication t h a t the liner ' l i l a n i u , w h i c h i^^^reportcd to h a v e b e e n in collision with a n i c e b e r g , h;is l e fpiested a s s i s t a n c e . T h e V i r g i n i a n i i h a s t e n i n g t o lier a i d . " 8.i0 a m , ( X e w York).—A telegram from C a p e E.ice snys : --" T h e iMrele->s ( e l e g r : i p h o p e r a t o r o n b o a r d t h e T i t a n i c r e p o r t e d the w e a t h e r c a l m a n d c l e a r , t h e p o s i t i o n oi t h e liner b e i n g t h e n 41.46 n o e l h , 50.14 west• ' T h e V i r g i n i a n ai m i d n i g h t w a s 170 m i l e s w e s t of tile Titanic-, a n d is e.^jiected to r e a c h h e r a i t e n u ' c i o i k this m o r n i n g . T h e O l y m p i c at m i d n i g h t w a s in 40.32 n o r t h l a t i t u d e , 61,18 west i o n g i i t i d e . S h e is also in d i r e c t c o R i m u n i c a t i o n with t h e T i t a n i c , an(J is h a s t e n i n g to h e r . " BLUBBED MESSAGES. 8.15 a . m . ( N e w Y o r k ) . — T h e liner B a l t i c h a s a l s o r e p o r t e d h e r j e l t w i t h i n 200 m i l e s of t h e T i t a n i c , arid s a y s s h e is s p e e d i n g t o . h e r hetp_. T h e last s i g m i l s from t h e T i t a n i c c a m e a t 12.27 thi, naornmg. Tlie Virginian's operator says that t h e s e w e r e b l u r r e d .ui^[ cuMd abruptly.—Reuter. 9.J a . m . ( N e w V o r k l . — A t e l e g r a m f r o m C a p e R a c e s a y s : " A t 10.25 o n S u n d a y e v e n i n g t h e T i t a n i c r e p o r t e d she h a d s t r u c k an i c e b e r g . The steamer said (hat i m m e d i a t e assistance was required. " H a l f an hour a f t e r w a r d s another message was received saying that the T i t a n i c was s i n k i n g by t h e h e a d , a n d t h a t ttie w o m e n w e r e b e i n g t a k e n off in l i f e b o a t s . " — R c u t c r . 1.50 p . m . ( I \ ' e w Y o r k ) . — I ' p to t h i s h o u r t h e o f h c i a t s of t h e W h i t e - S i y r L i n e h a v e n o t r e c e i v e d a w o r d r e g a r d i n g ,the r e p o r t e d a c c i d e n t t o t h e T i t a n i c , T h e c o m p a n y have issued the following statement : ^ ' " T w e l v e h o u r s h.u-e p;\s^ed since the c o l l i s i o n of t h e T i t a n i c is r e p o r t e d t o h a v e t a k e n p l a c e . W e ' h i v e h e a r d n o t h i n g of an a c c i d e n t . " U is v e r y s t r a n g e t h a t t h e T i l a n i c ' s s i s t e r ship 01ym[ilc. which has a wireless iiistallation of sufSicient s t r e n g t h to s e n d a m e s s a g e a c r o s s the A t l a n t i c , s h o u l d h a v e s e n t ns n o t h i n g . The O l y m p i c should be a l o n g s i d e the T i t a n i c at two this a f t e r n o o n . " ^.,59 p . m . ( N e w Vorfc^.^.'^ d i s p a l r h from Halifa.'< s t ; u e s t h a t a l l t h e p a s s e n g e r s of i h e T i t a n i c h a d left t h e s h i p b y 3.30 t h i s m o r n i n g , 'illy p . m . ( X e w Y o r k ) . — T h e M o n t r e a l S t a r rep o r t s ftoin Hi^lifax t h a t t h e T i t a n i c is still afloat a n d is m a k i n g h e r w a y sloivly to H a l i f a x . 4.50 p . m . (ivew Y o r k ) . — A . m e s s a g e f r o m M o n t r e a l t i i c e d a.30 a . m . s a y s :— • T h e T i t a n i c is still- afio^t a n d h e a d i n g t o w a r d s H.ilifax w u h h e r o<MmKK)ttt€S.

T h a n k s to t h e wonderful m o d e r n invention of wireless t e l e g r a p h y , which ten y e a r s a g o was unN E W YORK, April 15.—from reports received k n o w n , t h e T i t a n i c Was a b l e to flash m e s s a g e s o v e r f r o m v a r i o u s s o u r c e s it is c e i ^ U n t h a t a g r e a t i c e t h e o c e a n a s k i n g for a i d . field w i t h m a n y b e r g s h a s l > ^ n o b s t i i i c t i n g t h e T h e w i r e l e s s s i g n a l for " a s s i s t a n c e w a n t e d " is now "S.O.S.," the more familiar l e t t e r s , w e s t - b o u n d transatlaiAfJc s e a l i u i e off t h e N e w " C . Q . D . , " h a v i n g b e e n abantVoned because t h e y f o u n d l a n d G r a n d B a n k for t h e p a s t w e e k . l e d t o c o n f u s i o n with o t h e r c o d e s i g n a l s . S h i p s c a p t a i n s e s t i m a t e i t s len^gth a t s e v e n t e e n A s a r e s u l t of t h e s e " S . O . S . " m e s s a g e s , five m i t e s , w i t h a b r e a d t h of s o m e t h i r t y - f i v e . s h i p s w e n t t o t h e a s s i s t a n c e of t h e T i t a n i c — t h e T h e C u n a r d liner C a r m a o i a a r r i v « r h e i e yesterB a l t i c a n d t h e O l y m p i c , of t h e W h i t e S t a r L i n e ; day from Adriatic a n d Mcditernuneaii p o i b . V i d t h e V i r g i n i a n a n d t h e P a r i s i a n , of t h e A l l a n L i n e , r e p o r t s h a v i n g r u n i h r o u g f a t h e p a t ^ o n T h u r s d a y a n d the C u n a r d e r .Carpathia- T h e two last n a m e d afternoon. S h e sostaiaed J w actual damajre, t o o k off b o a t - l o a d s of p a s s e n g e r s , a l t h o u g h s h e w a s in g r a v e d a n g e r f o r a t i m e . ^ T h e p a s s e n g e r s say t h a t t h e y s i | ^ t e d twenty-fivi| T h u s t h e p a s s e n g e r s o f t h e T i t a n i c Owe t h e i r s a f e t y t o t h e i n v e n t i o n of w i r e l e s s , t o t h e w o n d r o u s i c e b e r g s , o n e cluster,' i n d e e d , n o f a r t h e r t h a n 10(t d i s c o v e r y of w h i c h it is d u e t h a t e v e r y l a r g e l i n e r feet a w n y - T h e linetr h a d t o feel l i « r ! i p ^ y t h i o i i g h , , j •'C ; is n o w in c o m m u n i c a t i o n w i t h a n y l i n e r o r b a t t l e - a n . i c e latie for h o u r s . - T h e F r e n c h l i n e r N i a g a r a d i d liot* e s c a p e uiis h i p w i t h i n h u n d r e d s of m i l e s . O n t h e h i g h s e a s in t h e s e d a y s o n e h a s o n l y , a s s c a t h e d . S h e w a s h o l e d t w i c e b e n t a t f a t h e w a t e t it w e r e , to t o u c h a b u t t o n t o g i v e t h e a l a r m a n d l i n e , a n d h a d s o m e of h e r p l a t e s b t i c k l e d . A t a given m o m e n t a wireless t e l e g r a m was sent i m m e d i a t e l y t h e r e is a g e n e r a l r u s h t o a i d . The o c e a n , it t n a y a l m o s t b e s.aid, i s a s w e l l g u a r d e d " a s f r o m h e r t o t h e C a r m a n i a f o r a s s i ^ a n c e , b u t l a t ^ r the ca^tairi decided that he w a s a b l c t Q navigi-tc L o n d o n b y h e r fire b r i g a d e * E v e r y w i r e l e s s o p e r a t o r on e v e r y s h i p h a s h i s e a r h i s s h i p t o p o r t w i t h o u t h e l p , h a v i n g t e m p o r a r i l y g l u e d e t e r n a l l y t o t h e r e c e i v e r , w a i t i n g for m e s - r e p a i r e d t h e d a m a g e t o t h e N i a | [ a r a ' s h u l l . T h e s t e a m e r s K t i r a ; L o r d Crdmicr a n d A r m e n i a n , s a g e s from t h e v a s t y d e e p . Siiddenly taps out . . . . — — —,. , . , ' S - O . S . . I t s p e l l s o u t w h i c h a r r i v e d h e r e d u r i n g t h e l a s t few d a y s , a l s o report having had dangerous experiences and barHELP. H e is all a l e r t t o l o c a t e t h e s e n d e r of t h * ibticf:^ m e s s a g e , a n d t h e n t h e r u s h a c r o s s t h e o c e a n o n t h e i n g s R s t a i n e d m o r e o r l e s s d a m a g ; e bj I t is k n o w n a l s o t h a t a t I ^ L M O D C T a l l - r i g g e d s h t p crrantTof deliver.ance. a n d o n e fishing i n i ^ i c k ' a r e iittprisigitied in & floes.-^ A m a r v e l l o u s p i c t u r e t h i s of m a n ' s b a t t l e w i t h t h e w e a p o n s of s c i e n c e a g a i n s t t h e c r u e l forces of R e n t e r ' s S p e c i a l S e r v i c e . elemental nature.

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T h e m a j o r i t y o f t h e 900 m e n f o r r a i n g thi T i t a n i c ' s c r e w a r e e i t h e r n a t i v e s of S o u t h a m p t o n o r a r e d o m i c i l e d at t h a t p o r t . T h e first h a l f - p a y n o t e s g i v e n t o t h e w i r e s o r d e p e n d e n t s of t h e m e m b e i s of t h e T i t - i n i c ' s c r e w b e c a m e pay/tble yesterday, and after receiving their m o n e y w o m e n gathered in small groups at t h e S o u t h a m p t o n d o c k g a t e s , m a n y of i h e m w i t h b a b i e s in t h e i r a r m s , a n d a n x i o u s l y d i s c u s s e d t h e latest news respecting the liner.

AT LEAST £150,000 LOSS.
• A r a t e of fifty g u i n e a s p e r c e n t , w a s qno.lcd b y u n d e r w r i t e r s . y e s t e r d a y for b u s i n e s s in r e f e r e n c e t o the Titanic. O n e p r o m i n e n t C i t y u n d e r w r i t e r s a i d t h a t even if t h e vessel m a d e p o r t h e r owtfers w o u l d h a v e t o face a l o s s of a t l e a s t j e i 5 0 , 0 0 0 , ' I n t h e e v e n t of t o t a l loSs it w o u l d b e a v e r y s e r i o u s m a t t e r for t h e o w / i e r s . F o r i n s i i r a n c e p u r p o s e s h e r h u l l w a s valuefd a t a m i l l i o n ,

MR. B S I D E .

MTE. . C K A I G .

Mr. N o m t n C. Craij, K.C., fi a pftSMDTM on tho Titanic. Mr, Haruld Biide is th4 lunior witeleu operator on bOkid.—(EJUott And Frjr and RtmcimBn.) is Still a f l o a t , a n d is s l o w l y s t e a m i n g t o w a r d s H a l i f a x , Nova Scotia. T U e f o r w a r d c o m p a r t m e n t s a r e full of " w a t e r , b u t if the vessel is a b l e to w i t h s t a n d t h e s t r a i n it i s h o p e d t o m a k e p o r t , N e w s h a s n o w r e a c h e d h e r e t h . t t at 11.10 a . m . ( C a n a d i a a t i m e ) t h e local a g e n t s of t h e W h i l e S t a r I^ine a t M o n t r e a l r ^ e i v c d a n o t h e r w i r e l e s s m e s s a g e c o n f i r m i n g t h e eairSier r e p o r t s t h a t t h e T i t a n i c w a s n o t o n l y afloat b u t t h a t t h e l i n e r ' s e n g i n e s were also w o r k i n g . ' . . ' A t this t i m e the local a g e n t s w e r e not . a w a r e

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LiVERPOOi,, A p r i l ' , i s . — I f h c C a ' n a ^ i a o l a c i 5 c l i n e r E m p r e s s of B r i t a i n , wUJcS arlive<l at L i v e r pool from Halifax yesterdny, reports the presence of a n i m m e n s e q u a n t i t y of tee in t h e A t l a n t i c , L a s t T u e s d a y , w h e n t h r e e d a y s o u t fnHil H a l i f u r , s h e e n c o u n t e r e d h n ice field 100 m i l e s in cxt<cnl, w i t h e n o r m o u s b e r g s , a n d stcere<i a w i d e t o u i s e , w h i c h dela^-ed t h e ves.selT h e E m p r e s s of B r i t a i n h a d p r e v i o u s l v r e c e i v e d a wireless m e s s a g e from t h e AUan liner Virginian, w a r n i n g h e r of t h e p r e s e n c e of i c e . " T h e e x t e n t of t h e ice w a s r e g a r d c t l a s p h e n o m e n a l . " O n o u r w a y h o m e , " s a i d C a p t a i n M u r r a y , of t h e K m p r c s s of B r i t a i n , t o m e , " w e m e t a v e r y J a r g c p i e c e of i c e , w h i c h w a s intcrsficrseil w i t h H i u g e b e r g s . I t w a s a solid p i e c e of i c e , a n d w e h a d to run about seventy miles south t p . g e t d e a r o t it. W e w e r e itorth of t h e p o s i t i o n ; - « f i e r e th,"! Titanic struck the iceberg. • " T h e c u r r e n t w h i c h r a n a l o n g t h e C5>ast t o N e w f o u m l l a n d c a r r i e d t h e ice s o u t h , smd it is pFob-.ibly a p a r t of t h i s field of i t e I m e t w i t h t h a t h a s carrictl o n to the N e w Y o r k t r a c k . " I n f a c t , t h e i c e p a c k Or be»ii w h i c h t h e T i t a n i c has, r u n i n t o is- t h o u g h t t o ' b e t h a t m e t a n d W t b e h i n d b y t h e E m p r e s s of Britain. ANOTBEK LEVIATHAN BUIUHNei T h e a c c i d e n t t o t h e Titanic- caHs a t t e n t i o n t o a.'Wtther g r e a t s h i p Cor t h e W h i l e S t a r L i n e , t h e k e e l of w h i c h w a s l a i d d u r i n g t h e p a s t w e e k i a M e s s r s . H a r l a n d an<l W o l f l f i Belf-ost y a r d s . T h i « vessel, which will be n a m e d the Gigantic, will be 924(t. l o n g , H f t . b r o a d , a o d o f n e a r l y &l,<>00 t o n s g r o s s r e g i s t e r , a n d w i l l t h u s b e c o n s i d e r a b l y l a r g e r t h a n a n } - o t h e r vesscl.=

Oar spaclxt WMtber [(>r<c»it lor to-dkj 1«: Llglit toat)i-i>e»terlT I>r«cus: flns K M a n l l r ; *ai(iiT a t timet; .aonnul tampei&tuT*.. £.iKhtInK^P time : 7,56 p.m. Higb wal«i at Losdoa BridKc: 1.^6 p.m, ,. I/iHDO.i OBflnVAT'O^'S. Holborn Oircoi, City. 6 p . m . : B»tomftt«c, 30.S41ii.. incljnad to tia*; temperstore, 49daC-: wind, TL, liKht; wMtttei, fiiM, hasy at timai. .Sea pusa(«* wtU bo smooth.

MENACE TO NAVIGATtOK.
O f all t h e p e r i l s of t h e d e e p ( h e peril of t h e i c e b e r g is o n e of t h e m u s t d i e a t l e d . J u s t a t p r e s e n t , w h e n thic ice is b c f i i n n i n g t o b r e a k u p in t h e A r c t i c a n d c o m e ^ o u t h , t h e i c e b e r g s a r e a g r e a t m e n a c e t o n a v i g a t i o n in t i i c North Atlantic. B r i n g i n g with t h e m t h e i r o w n A r c t i c t e m p e r a t u r e a n d m e e t i n g t h e w a r m -lir a n d w a t e r of t h e G u l f s t r e a m , t h e y t e n d to province d e n s e f o g s in their vicinity. T h u s a ship may blunder u n i u s p e c i ingiy upon them. T h e y a r e f r e q u c n d j - of v a s t si/e—veritable isl.ands—on which :i s h i p , e v e n of s u c h e n o r m o u s propottions as the Titanic, would crumple like I)aper.' O n l y o n e - e i g h t h o f t h e B e r g is a b o v e w a t e r ; t h e r e s t is s u b m e r g e d . A n d w h e n i t is r e m c m l>ercd t h a t b e r g s m i l e s in l e n g t h a n d w i t h p c a k d m a n y h u n d r e d feet a b o v e w a t e r h a v e b e e n s e e n , t h e t e r r i b l e d a n g e r o f i h j s c floating, u n s u s p e c t e d islands become very rcalI n 1903 t w e n t y s t e a m e r s m e t w i t h b a d a c c i d e n t * n e a r the B a n k s , a n d two w e r e t o t a l l y lost.

The i<lla.n l i n e r V i r g r i n i a n , w t i i c l i s r r i v a f l yeateifttay t o r a n d « r mseifttnntM t o t l * « T i t « n j c . She rwcaivAd A " « v i r « l o a « " m A « * a K » AakinBT f o r at»*l»tMMC«i »wt Inf m e d i n t o l y • a i l e d - f r o m Hmlifavi' Nov« Scotlau

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Page 3 HOTEL GUEST'S DOGS.
Story of Thirty Animals in a Pavilion and of War with Cats.

UNFORTUNATE MAIDEN VOYAGE 6 ? JtlNfiR T H A T GARRIED 2.3t)0 I>ASSENGEi>. AND CREW

UNLUCKY CAPTAiy.
Titanic's Commander In Command of Olympic at Time of Collision.
Ill command of the Tit.inic on her di3'\sliotts maiden voyage is Captnin Edward John Smith, Abo has been a commander on the While Star Liue for &^e-^nd-t1^emy years. It is an unh.ippy coinnjence that Captain Smith was m command of the Olympic la^tt September on the occasion of her colhsion in the Solent m t h the T o b e a . p a s s e n g e r on t h e Titdntft.ii to b e a cruiaer H i u k e . In his evidence before the Admiralty Court he resident id a luxHriouj( .to*ftt,,<>t oVer 8^000 instated that he took charge of the Olympic on hct habitants. '•:-.first voyage last J u n e , having formerly commanded -Life on board is life«imed a n d a n a n g e d always the-saroe company's liner the •h^jiiaXi.c. Witb a v i e v t o c<»nifc^4 i n d e e d , t h e passenger is At the time of t h e collision the Olympic was in almoM Mfer-trb«i^ f^rossbg t h e Atlantic than in c h a r ^ . of a duly-licensed Trinity H o u s e pitet, and the judgtiient'ot the Court was t h a t the collision ciQuinit i btwy" I^IiditfnVlhorougblM Kas dtie lo t h e O l y m p i c ' s pilot, Btult b y S i e i s i ^ l l a r U n c t a n d Wolff, t h e T h a n i c Captain Smith,, a ^Staffordshire ra4n, b o m sixty was Uonched at Belfast o n May 31 last year, She years ,ago, is one* of the best known and most popular shipmasters on tfie North Atlantic route, • I t Irds only on Wednesday last that she left Sooitbibupton o n h « mdiden v o r ^ g e to New Yotk. TWQ GREATEST LINERS' PERIL, TbO.departure of the Titanic.wfas perhaps somewhat ill-omeofed. • - • • : . Twice within eight months the two most colos^ai vesseb that the world has e^er seen have met with w h e n l e a r t n g Southampton W a t e r t h i sciction disaster. It is as though Nature grudged man his ftbitx t h e big jiaet caitapd ihe^lekw^efS' holding the triumph over the nation-sundering ocean and revenged herself upon bib puny preiumption, • liner New \ o r k to the quayside lo isnap. Last yc.ir it was the 01}m]>ic ^^hose mass o ' Immediately, th^ stern ^ the New YOrk began to drift towtjds th6 Tilaait: abd-^a cotlisioo aeeiaed 45,000 tODS collided with a war:>hip that rl.tve a hole In her side. ^ laeritahltr. Yesterday it n a s the Titanic, mightier sti'l in T h i Titariic'S engines were stopped and her three tifgs cast dff' aiiU went to the assistance oE weight, jet for all her mamn>o(h proportions .i mere tub in the face of the overwhelming icet h e New A'otk. ^ Fortubately t h e r w e r e able to secure her to the mountaiit of the Atlantic. q u % againi but at One t i n e only hfieen feet sc;«»r-, So disaster ctjisbed upon her, threatening 3,000 — ted the two "Vessels. lives and the destruction in one blow of a floating With a cross t o n n a g t of «iiS82 tons, t^e Titanic township\"aliied in gold at over 2J millions. . is over l.OOfr tons more than her sister ship the But the inventions of man proved mightier t h a n Olimpic. She i s o v e r 882fu long, 92fi. Sin. broad, the brute force of the inanimate elements. T h e and raft, from the k e e l to the t o p of the deck uhsinkable shijt huilded b y all the resources, of cen-bridge. turies of science withstood the shock, messages carried by the harnessed waves of the air btought TWO-HltE WAIX ON BOABD. There are ten decks, and so cijmplicated are the speedy help, and every life, it seems, was savc.d^ numerous passages,' saloons a n d s t a i i ^ a y s that q^d t h e ship herself proceeded unaided t o p'ort. the passengers are provided with-special guide maps in their.staterooms to show, them the vray about. _ IRISH PRIDE IN THE TITANIC One can go foc^SytAro utile walk on the Titanic without going over the same Doint twiue. Before (From^ O u r O w n C o r r a a p o n d a n t . ) sailing alt the stewards of^tae liner had to be BELVAST, April 15.—N'^owhere has the news of the ini^racted in t h e geography of the giant ship, in disaster to the Titanic been received with greater oidei^to learn the'shorlcst route to various parts regret than in Belfast, the birthplace of the world's of the ship. : ship. Like ft smart seaside resort, the Titanic—infviiitely mightiest stage of her construction, a s in the case , more commodious -thaii a hotel—provides • every, OJ fcvery her predcLCSaor, the O h r a p i c , was ft»Il<i\'-'"' with luxury a weahhy pleasu're-loving public can wish. ' the k r s .f^t interest ami f'ocjd p n d e . H i t .aunch A fully-equip j|>.;,;l T-i;,'.;.;« fc;ilh,sqi::tsh f^i'i'-iUctj s the occasion ol court, swimik^vg 'liath^ ^ymnSfsinm, ijatlroOn*, R.ilvd" j>g i nundergoing her fiitfil a'generSMiwhdav;- and, whde prepazaUons-Eor >.ea, she skating-rink are some o f t h e s e V " was Hulj inspected b j hundreds, a n d on Su^idajs Glas^ enclosed " s 6 n parlours ** are one of the b> thousinda, of admiring visitors. most delightful ianovationi, on .the Titanic. Those I h e Titanic sailed front Belfast for Southanipton who wish to talw, their meals on deck may visit OQ Tuesday, April 2, h e i departure, whicb'had been the verandah caf«, made to represent those on the fixed for the previous d a y . having been d<*layed by Riviera. t h e violence of the weather. This incident at the outset of hef- career was regarded hy many a^ being S a n ^ S MEND, memory ine T h e lighting of one of' tbc first-class dining ominous, especiallyof having in ship Olympic.adventhe sister saloons is so Rrranj;ed that the reom'appcars to bt. turous experiences However, Tuesday morning >\as fine, and in bathed in'sunshine, a warixtvsanset light shining brilliant sunshine t h e great bner cast off ner moortiitough the windows. . With accommodation ^ior 2,500'passengers a n d ings at the ne^v deep nater^wharf, and she steamed Crcwr the catering of the Titanic is a colossal away a stately and resplendent m a n t i m e figure after the half-dosea tugs which brought her d o n n husineSs. . S*ntc of the' stores which th«r Titanic took on l&elfast Ix>ugh had performed their task. Having h a d her c(>mpnsses adjusted and gone bilKird'ftt .Southampton w e r e ; — '; through a senes of trials to the lompleiest satisKmh nMt ; '.. 78.0«)]b. faction of the officials ton',erned, (h£ gtnnt \esseL Fieib 6*b ..,...., . i - j . . . 41,000 Ik. left the Longh at 9 p . m . on Tuesday night and Frcih butter S.OOOIb. safely berthed in Sotithampton at 11 p . m . on the SsimcM a.600ll!». following night, having made a splendid m n , which nugurtd well for ner m o i d a i voyage. Era* .i 40,000 So far as can be traced Iw .inquines amongst BatAT .". V „.„.......,. lOJWOIb. Belfast shipping age&ts thei^^l^ve been only two risUtMS '.: . 40taaa. direct booktngj from B e l f u t ' b y the t i t a n i c , the ai.CM'^ DI9BES ^ D P L A T E S . There are, for instance, 21,000 d n b e ^ and plates, lULssengers b e i n g a v i s i t o r from AmerKa, named Mr. while the silver and cutlery run into several tons in W y c k o S Vanderholf, a n d a y r 3g'Bella^t electrical engineer, named E r v ' n c . .weight. T o no one will t h e news come with a greater Over 600 passengers can b e acoommodated at shock thab to Lord firnle.-slowV'recovering from a time in the first-class dining saloon. T h e Titanic a propelled by thret; screws, driven a severo'pperatioQ. When the Titatuc was launched b y two sets of recipiiscatiD^ enjpner of 30,000 h o r ^ he Tem^rked-that «he would b e his lost and supreme otver « n d a low-ptessi^e turlmie e n g i n e of 16^000 effort^in marise architectuie. orsc power.. • Steam power is'prt>vidcdj»y twenty-niae boilers, SHIP THAT IS "UNSINKABLE." which are fed b y 1 » furnaces. T h e boilers are o\-er Ufl. in diameter. E a c h engine crank shaft Though she smashed into an iceberg, a collision w e i j ^ US tons, Each of the fotu. funnels if placed horiipntally that w o u l d h a ^ e meant thc^jfouadering of a n y liner a few years ji^o, the Titaruc stilK'floats. • She is would bold a dinner p a t t y of fifty people. T h e ~,/; ^ height of t h i funifels above t h e boat-deck is indeed practically amdnkablle. T h e increiisie in a . m o d e m liner'i size is accom81ft. ^a. panied by greater steadiness, better behaviour and S T A n C U X mSIDK niNHKU From the top of funnel to the keel is 175ft.-^ greater safety. almost as high as the Monument. -One of the All the beams, girders, ai^d stanchioiiS in the funnels, which is not. at pricsent used, may be- Titanic's franiesvork were-specially forged and con> climbed from t h e i n s i d c by an iron staijcase which structcd, the deck' a n d shell-pla:tin'R were of the runs to the top of the structure. heaviest caUbre, so a s to m a k e the hull a monument These four •lliptical funnels a r e . each wide of stiength. enough to allow two "Tube*' trains to p&ss through T h e Titanic's transverse bulkheads nttmber and^stiH leave r O o ^ t o spare. • fifteen, extendi»e from the double bottom to the T h e most expensive passage that can b e booked u p p e r deck at the.forward end, and to t h e saloon on the Titanic costs JESTO in the height of the d e c k a t the after end, in both instances i a r abo^te season. tlu9'load tratiir-Unc. - " F o r this i w o bedrooms, wardrobe-tooms, sittingT h e builders state thaj any two of these ooinpairtH>om, private bathroom, setvant's room and a' ments mitj^bt be flooded without In aaK'**>>y'U>^"iog private promenade deck can b e obtained. the safety, of t h e shipT h e lowest booHincg-for a fiist-cUts passage is ^839 without m e ^ , ^^"4^ *^^ cheapest psasage on t h e T i t a n i c is JSl^'^Jr^t t h i r d - c I ; ^ luce which ' I !• I . .' includes meals. T h e -Titpiic & in«urtd «t L!oifd*» for -61,000,000, Ekpert g a r d e n e n nave e v n i been engaged to plant out Deds of roie^ avd carnations i n - t o r n * w U d t of course does not liu^i^e* liiiy Tftluablei or ipecie that she m a y have -beea carrying a t the parts of the vessel, Shaded by palms, .tne passenger when miles tinie of, the nccideat. from land is atue lidi Aiic|^|ie himself, t t i f o m p t o n T h e ntte of reioii6rftnce o o the Titanic at I.Iojd's

Titia^Vs T w o MiJ^s 6f Walks and Beds of Roses on Board

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A curious story of an hole! visitor and his thirty dogs was tokl yesterday rtt the Mi^llile^iC)£ Sessions, In the dock was :\ man of superior appearance, A Few of Those on the Titanic named Henry George Liimpson, of Eari's CourtWorth 5£50.000,00O road, who W.1S said to be highly cpnnccied. H e w:is cll.^^Be(i with having obtained credit to the e.vtent of jt'103 from Mary licnerv, a widow, (he proprietress of the King's Head Hotel, Harrow, without informing her time he was an undisthatged T h e number of passengers on board the Titanic bankrupt. when she left Qiiecnslown on het voyage, includMrs, Henery slated thai the accused came to the ing the Cherbourg passengers^ was, says Rcuter :— hotel as a visitor in November i.ibt. OcLasionally he brouglit a lady, whom he afierwaius married, Fitit ct«M ".- 350 and there was a iveddiog breakfast ,i( ihe hotel. StnaoA «lMt 305 etMrsiD 8<W Accused and his wife became regular. guests, H e brought with him no fewer than thirty.dogs, Cnw ,;......:.. ; 805 and witness incurred e.\pensc in Uansforming tlie total ;. 2.358 T h e total mail on board was' 3,418 sacks. -At pavilion oi the hotel into a dog kennel (Laughter.) p bill, but subsequently C h e r b o u r g XiS iirst-clasi, thirty second-class and he Cgotto January he paid hisshe tried 'o get him to into arrears. When about eighty t h i r d class passengers were em- leave, the hoKl he locked himself in ftis bedionm, barked. and she had to get the .police lo turn him out. He Among the passengers .on board wt^re Colonel never told her ihat he was. an undischarged and Mrs, J J, Astor, Major A. W; Butt, Presi- bankini>t.' dent T a i l ' s a i d e - d e - c a m p ; M r . B. Guggenheim, Counsel: Is one of t h e ' d o g s named Buster? of the welMcnown banking firm : Mr. C. hi. H a y s , (Laughter)—Ves. president of the G r a n d T r u n k R a i l w a y ; Mrs. Mr. Moiilaguc Sliarpe : Is that llie one who killed H a y s and Miss H a y s , Mr. J, Bruce I s i n a y . c h a i r - some of the cats and tiid other damage.' (Laughm!Ui of the W h n e Star L i n e ; Countess gf Rothes, ter.) I jee you have put the v.H-> down as JCZ lOs. M r . \V. T . S t e a d , Mr. Clarence Moore, Mr. \Vcre they valuable cats? Isidor S t r a u s , Mr. George D . Wideoer and Mr. W i t n e s s : ' O n e « a s a valuable likie I'ersian cat, \V. Koebling. and the other was a common t i t , bill it vv.\j even A list sent out bv a London news agency in- more valuable bircausc it cuighl Uie mice, cliidei Lord Ashburlou, his Excellency M;inuel {Laughter,) d e L t z a r d i , the Hon ind Mrs. L. Grove Johnson. The accused, in the witne-s-box, stated that lie Mr, Ouslave Scliollc, secretary of the United had formeily had a busifipsi as .\ dog fanci-: in States Legation, a n d M r . \V. K. Vanderbilt, jun. Bond-street. H e had bred and iold tliam^jRViis, T h e Countess'of Rothes was on her way to and he consiriered thai the dogs Icfi ai the hotel America to Tneet the Karl of Rothes. were worth a[ least ^300. M a n y of. (he first-class passengers were wellA'n American, who was one of ihc best judges known American muili-miHion^ires, who were re- of dogS in the country, had oflered him ±200 turning to the States after a. holiday stay in ttiis (or o n e dog, and he had refused the ofJcr. country, W'itnessci were called lo say t h u accused's finanItEPKESENT £50.000.000. cial position bail been referred (u in llie presence of Mrs, Henery, but he was found .ciiiliy, " At a moderate e s t i m a t e , " a prominent -AmeriMr, Montagu bliarpe conferred with the magiscan resident in London told 7'/ie Daily .l/irror yesterdav, "^the passengers represtnl a .wealth of trates, and then announced ih:',t .scntemc wmdii be at least £50,000,000. T w o Of them aloiie are postponed until the next scssums, and that in die meantime accusefl would be detained in cuitody. worth 4:20,000.000!" F o r t h w i t h tnis gentleman compiled the foUowiug table showing the wealth of a few of the pasBY-ELECTION FERVOUR. sengers :— Cotonet J. J-.Astor ." £10,000.000 G r e a t E f f o r t s B e i n g M ^ d e by B o t h P a r t i e s Mr. O. D. Widencr .' 10.000,000 in E a s t N o t t i n g h a m . Mr.' Isidor Stiaus 4,000,000 Mr Benjamia Gugmnheiin 2,000,000 The ckciion ..'.nipaign pj-gLce.||' i -viiri. gr.e.U Mr ChailasH. HA74 . . 1,500.000 energy, -yesterday in Hast .NoUinf'i.aT., ,);;d poth. Mr W IHom Dul os . . I 000,000 Sir J.' D . Recs.-.the Unionist camb.'ale, and Mr. Mr El''4: Tan* « l,01W,i>:.i; Dobson, the I.ibcraJ, toured the eonsiuuen.cy. Both Mr Fred«rt(*M Bort 1,000,000 p.-irties are making great efforts, y ^ ' H i CUttatc* UooiD . 1.000.0CO The Liberals are plafing con-iider'ablc reliance I n additlOtt to these pins passengers rcpresent- on the expected turnover of Irish votes and the iifi|f betweeb t h e m over £30,000,060, there are possible siipiwrt, hitherto withheld, of the Socialist several others who, if not actually millionaires, Party Ttie Socialist voters are estimated tu numa r e extremely wealth>, and would easily approxi- ber licarly 1,1)00. m a t e another Je30,000,O00 T h e r e w.ia also a vast quantity of precious jewellery a t t d a r t treasures belonging to tlie pas- SUPPOSED "SPY" AT AN HOTEL sengers s t o ^ ^ i h ;the'strong room of the ship. \ \ hen. a .Wealthy. American and his wile .visit E u r o p e t h w a i w a y s return with magnificent gem^ M a n A r r e s t e d in G l a s g o w a n d C h a r g e d w i t h bought in Pttri5,.or London, .ind the total value of Possessing C o m p r o m i s i n g Papers. these would t^rtaualy n m into seven figures. HEMOft^UE I^DDINC. An alleged " s p y " who was arrested the preMr, G. D ; Widener, who is the son of the mil. vious day at the Central Slaiiqn Hotel, Glasgow, hou.'iire w h o .purchased the famous Rembrandt was brought before the stipendiary yesterday and p i i t u r e j ^ ' " T h e Mill," from Lord Lansdowne for remanded, charged with having been found m the ^£100,-000 last M a y , had a large number of works •posscssioii of papers and information intended to of Btf on b o a r d , including a superb -^^pie'ce of be useful to an enemy of the British GovernSevres china which h e had puiclmsed in London for a considerable sum. / H e gave the name of Armyaard Karl Crcavcs, of Colonel Astor figured in a divorce suit brought Australian nationality, and in a smiling, confident by his first wife in New York t w o and a half years manner said he strongly objected to the remand, ago, _ / • L a s t year he married ag^m, his bride being as a mistake had been made and there was not a M i i s Madeline Talmagc ForC<;, a beautiftil j-oung tittle of evidence against him, girl. ' ^ • . • T h e weddinjg; crea,ted a furore of a n g e r , resentCHARGED WITH WIPES DEATH. ment a n d indignatfOR, One ^ the chiefobjections being, that t h e bridegroom was forty-seven and Cleric Says " AH R i g h t " W h e n Refused the bride not twenty years old, Bail « t P o l i c e C o u r t .

1,455 PASSENGERS ON BOARD.

SOME WELL-KNOWN NAMES

Atnericaa banking house. With his head in bandages, Samuel Henry, the Of the o t h e r milUqjtaires Mr. Clarence More is Leominster clerk tn Holv Orders, who rccciitly a famotts o m t e r o l s t e ^ e i ' h a s e horses, of,.Washing- cauied a sensation by discharging a revolver in the t o n ; Mr.'\Villiam;-&ullcs'is a primtc,gentleman of central hall of the Houses of Parliament, appeared Philadelphia; M r . Taussig is a. New York business yesterday at the local court, charged with the m a g o a t e ; ' t k n d ' M r . Frederick M. H o y t Is of the murder of bis wife and with attempting suicide, New York **^our H u n d r e d . " Police evidence was given that Henry was found O n e of the wealthy Enghsh passengers is Mr. in his stufiy at Morcton Eye sitting in a chair with J . Bruce Ismay, head Of the W m t e Star Line, and bis head in bandages. In a bedroom his wife was one of the best known shipowners in the country. found dead with her throat cut. H e has a beauttlurestate and lUansioa in DorsetIn repiv to the charge Henry said he beard in shire. which is valued at £150^000. hospital that he was charged with the murder of his wife, and it shocked him tcrriblv. When reMB. gtEADS MISSION. manded till Friday and refused bail he said, • A i i Mr. \V. T . Stead, the editor of the " R e v i e w erf righl, we will let il remain until Friday." Reviews^', was OTt.his w a y to attend the convention T h e (imeral of Mrs. Henry took pUce yesterday wlu(:h isto^-close the " M a n and Religion Forward Movetbent,'*'which has been operating in America at E y e . iot some m o n ^ with the object, of inducing busibxUs men to take an active part in religious moveD E A T H F R O M I N J U R E D NOSE. tpents. "^ Of the othcr\ passengers Lord Ashburton is a -Slipping on orange peel in the street,' Robert m e m b e r of the family of BaHng. H e married, a Ciiihbert, a labourer, fell and injured his nose, it lew years ago, Miss Frances Dooelly, an American was stated at a Soulhwatk inquest yesterday, causactress. ing-lockjaw and death. Accidental Death'was the Mr. J . B . Thayer is president of the Pennsyl- verdict. vania Railroad. M r . Washington RoebUng .is the millionaire preOYSTER B E D F O U N D IN DOCK. sident and director of John A.' RoebHng's Sons Co., iron and Stej;! wire and wire-rope manufacDuring alterations at Dover Docks yesterday tdrets. H e it was wbo directed the constaiction workmen discovered a bed of oysters believed to of Biodkiyn Bridge. ,

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THE

DAILY MIRfl

THE

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TITANIC:

PORTRAITS

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Mr Isi<ior Straiis.

Mr^

Cavendish.

Mr. Clarence Mor.rc.

Major .A. W. Butt. chairman and managing director of the White Star Line and the eldest son of the founder of the concern. Captain Smith, in command of the Titanic, if one of the best-known ship-

The pa-senger list of t!ie Titanic includes the names of many well-known and distinguished people, port!aits of a number of them appearing above. Mr. Bruce Ismay i

:0R, APRIL' 16, 1912

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lOTABLE

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Mr. Beni. Guggenheim. I

Mi>s Gladys Cherry. day.

Major A. Pcuchen.

Miss Esther Bowcn.

Mr. W. T. Stead.

blasters on tht* North Atlantic. The T i t a n i c i t will be remembered, narrowly escaped

The rope?, holding the last-named vessel snapped, and she swung round, coming

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NOTICE TO READERS.
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THE

DAILY- MIRROR

April 16, 1912 THROUGH *THE MIRKOE*
HOP! FOR THE PIT PONICS.

T H I S MORNING'S

GOSSIP.

I am delighted to sic in to-dny's Daily Mirror death was such a terrible blow to the (ate Duchess of Manchester. The late Lady Mary Montagu had that one of these poor little pit ponies has be<:n ft twin sister. Lady Alice Mofitagn, who' Wat rescued. equally beautifui. She died five yeais sifter her The moment 1 read the account of Sandy 1 sister, Wrote to a friend who is likely to be able to help me and offered to buy him. I see by the paper # « « to-day that an offer for him has been refused. I Mrs. Arthur Clover, a niece" of Lord Valcntia, fear »t must be my offer. has sent out invitations for the marriage of her I cannot bear the idea of thjs poor little thise daughter. Miss Hazel Glover, to Mr. Hubert Maitland Budeett, which is to take place at St, George's being left without help, and I feel I tnust do all in my iwwet to get hold o( him. \Vhoe^-er wrote Church, Hanovcr-square, on Tuesday, April 30. TUESDAY, APRIL 16. 1»12. After the ceremony Mrs, Glover will hold a recep- thai article must have been an eye-withess, arid » * * may be able to help me to get him. Can you tell Lady Rothes was a Miss Eyei-Edwaxdcs. The tion at the Carlton Hotel, me how I tau get at his owner? Rothes title has, oddly enough, been held by I have always felt unhappy about these poor ONE TOUCH OF NATURE. Lovers, of daffodils must not forget that there ponies, and am most nnxiotis to try tutd do nnywomen more often probably than any other in the will be a great display of these beautiful flowers at thing I can to help them. We really must get hold R A U G H T S M E N , expert i a floating of Sandy, and doiyou not think that between us we architecturCj sat in their drawing BOW TO GET TOUB PARCELS SAFELY THBOIIGH THI^ POST. must succeed. Can j-ou offices and prepared designs for the help me to do it in any way? A^ CROSBV,: new great palace of t h e seaSj that was to IF "VOu VJANT T& ^ E M D SOMETHINC a v POST S M t l A P I T ) N COTTOM V ^ O O U (Li^dy Mayoress).' carry restless comfort-loving people from The Mansion House, E.C. April 13. one world to another. An exquisite little model of the palace was made in wood, with It made inc feel so miserthe innumerable plates and rivets marked able to-day when I'ffftd in your paper of the dreadful thereon, from which model, again, a score life those poor, wttlched of detailed plans were made showing each little pit ponieilcad. section enlarged. All this employed the wellI do rwt krM>w whHt you propose to do in order paid work of scores of clever people: but to alleviate .some of their Bufferings, but - whatevc* all this was but a prelude to t h e real thing, you do I am surij will be T h e real thing, after this relatively absuccci^ful, 'AS all the wonderful charities you havo stract preparation, was the concrete battle organised hitherto have with resistent matter. W o r k of the disbeen. GLAOVS COOPER. ciplined hand was to follow labour of directRoyally Theatre. ing mind. r have read with great At once, with formidable din of ringing interest your article on pit blow, you may imagine the workshops in the pofiies. I have bt':n down shipyard beginning to h a m m e r upon the aiid explored one of the deepest and largest coal hints provided.. An army of workmen, a t^OT A l « - CAJSHlOt45 R.OUND \ T NAlU IT WP t N A. S T O O T V'tOobeM BO>C nutnes in Northumberland, colony of workshops, a population supported and have seen these poor upon t h i s ! F r a m e s and plates for the creaturfts at work and in gigantic vessel's sides, plates for the keel their stables—most of them blind—and I can bear out wiiich must be " sighted" till its evenness is the tr\ilh of what you say. perfect, riveting of steel-frame ribs, staying Go the qucatioa whetlier by cross-girders, a slow building up of the the motive power of petrol sides of the sea-monster. You see, then, a or electricity would prove mighty scaffolding erected by regiments of aa element of danger, t am not able to give any carefully divided men, each section of "them opinion, but during my -r.o.%izri7^^ -.-^cVv J-;EC^; r..s th-; unearthly forest stay in the West Indies of pine poles rears itself along the length I visited the famous I^itch of the building berth. Meanwhile, more men Lake at Trinidad,- aad s<iw labouring with trained minds a n d obedient bodies, hour by hour, week by week, proceed with the making of the bulkhead divisions, The trucks ate practithe deck plates, the deck structures, each in cally identical to ihoso its careful order and situation. Huge used in our coal mines, and the pitcb bears a great hydraulic gantries with electric power assist similarity to lumps of coal, in the riveting and flattening. T h o u s a n d s The "power for driving the of pounds of electric power, thousands of cable in Our coal mines pounds for the men employed (between three could be above ground, all P U T I T I N t\ S T R O N G IR.ON C A * B AND vouR. rAn^ceu vsiiu- ARRlMe element of danger thus and four thousand of these), thousands of being avoided. pounds in valuable matter expended, two ALFRED WESTyears or so of unceasing toil in the slov? The Polytechnic. RegeDU creation of a vessel of many thousand tons— street, W. " it all amounts at the end to something like a million and a half in m o n e y ; if, for the . It make* one's heart moment, you consider money a s representaWeed to lead in yoiir |>ap«r tive of worth. bf the svifferines m the poor pit ponies •-••' And then the launching—the huge building CaoDOt sotnethinr be done 16 help theuliTava slips, the floating crane, with its enormous bard-working Utile aniouls ? pillars, the sense of wonder a n d triumph on Feihaps thronjih your •valut h a t breezy day with a high t i d e when t h e able paper people will be Leviathan leaves workshop t o receive her niade to realise the mngnitude of the scandal and final touches—the bowels of her Vulcanic agitate for leeislation. The heat, followed by the dry dock finishings. sugsestit^s of your correNext-—the inauguration, the proud display spondents are admirable to of her perfection. N o w all is ready a n d the start a Pit Ponied Fresh Air Fund, and to try and combined skill, the converging effort of an' rescue S.indy; Can you army of human beings, has resulted at last rot make attolher effort? in this comfortable sea-home for those who I ' shall read amuously buy their passages in it, A permanent popuevery day to tee if yod havo T o Judff* by t h o a m a s h i n f : «ind banflifur a b o u t t h k y fiwquontlir j M c o i v * I t la nocosMuv f o r pArools t o lation is appointed t o live here, with the been Able to accomplish it. bo i r o n c l u l Hfco w a r s h i p * . Wo o f T o r a f o w lilftte Mrhlch mj^ holp t o prosorvo proel«us t t i l n s * • • • • t You «ay yon do not wish changing passengers ready to begin the t J i r o u s H t h o post, money sent, hut if a fund voyage. . . . is started it would give rao T h e r e is much in that warning of the peerage. Lord Rothes' two immediate predeces- the Royal Hoiticultura! Society's hall ia Vincent- the greatest pleasare to send a small coattibution. philosophers about the grain of sand mightily sors were women. Laijy Rothes has two httle sons, square to-day,^ and uvettd new plants will be on Belgiave-square. S.W. A. C.. show. Carnations and orchids will also be disinfluential a s obstacle in t h e way of * » * played in great variety. mechanism; or in their thoughts o f h u n a a n Many ladies well known in the social world arc TO-DAY'S DINNER-TAB::.£ TOPICS. * » » endeavour wrecked by some little kink in interesting themselves in the forthcoming scries of KISSING USURIE. the brain, some mote in the eye, some stone French plays which are to be given at the Little Tbfl fats of tlM) fRUnlc. A wetfd MriM ol recent fwldentfl "P«rf»eUj w f * " lln«« W«« "w* » » be P«»l^*>>< falling by chance, so that the very philo^ Theatre under the auspices -of the French Theatre BtMKlu. h i Bhipt U n J a u one'i own home hm*e IMgiin to Ofe tnelE sister of H e p«y t f a c ^ b t sopher himself, who was to shatter worlds Society. Lady Theodora Davidson, aassociated lilabokt*. How to pt«*wif tcebeif* tai. mccidenU ia Lord Albemarle, is the president, and Ecnanl. * . • ) owe that tot > M J M by his speculation, now lies ashes and with her arc Lady Brassey, Lady Maud "Warrender m e u u of Oar pit pony-and wh»t" joo • a « e r t u Thau l«nd'*t to SM. i«acti)uf bt« oooTkdca. nothingness. F o r Nature, in Her careless and Mrs. I.<opoid de Rothschild, The idea is lo And I to tbtts, manner, steps in a n d makes the time and pioritote acquaintance with contemporary French Will lendM tan tat thlar dramatic art and literatuie, and in due c o ^ e to IN MY G A R D E N . the labour, the constant *^ffort of the many found a French theatre in Ix>bdoD. The season If tbon s m MT. intelUgences, void a n d helpless before a opens on the 34th. and amocKst the taov4^ties T«a will aot v^f AFKIL 15.-—There are several lovely blue-Bowerpiece of herself, a ftitile icebere, left float- eagerly looked forward to is the prcsentatioc of P m t!Mt i o xlcb > on*; ing plants suitable for the rockery. If a_carpet of comedy, *' La R ing in the monster's way. I n on« second, by Baron vfdc Rothschild's French «ctors will a m p c " Tti clasc* Vk» (Bmms, tjue is required the dwarf creeping veronica should Some the best known appear a mere touch.of | h i s Nature, our stcpsnotfawi-, from tfmjc, v> timtt. be ^ n t e d . This pretty subject la a mass of blosu It wtn i»w» som tbronghoat the summel and is quite easy to. t h e strivinfctf a » a r m y of m e n is turned t o Unto a ttilUMi. • • • manage. mockery. The Titanic has met an ic^tff Amhngst tut mtny people who were present at 87 XiM. 1 t M M , Lilhospennom prostiatum is a prostrate shrub of Of bapVtMM ot» her maiden voyage tyverseas, W. M. the f^tci od the Ritviers on Saturday were Lord low growth, and. in J^ly the woody stepis are deckel V i a h H a Uttla m w u o n ; Mandervillo oud Ladv Mary Mootsgu. These x n with beautiful star-shaped flowers of a real deep fi* oMut «f riibt, A T H O U G B T FOR TO-DAY. the children ^ the I>ake and Dnchess of Manblue colour. When well grown it will, in a fcur tia.ili-BbnMi Mito. chestw. wbo ue^aow in Japan. Z>ady Mary U a r e a n . vmke a chanouig picture on the rockery^

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EVERAL, well-known names nre amongst those of the passchifcrs supposed, at the time of writing, to have been on hoard the wrecked Titanic. Lady Rothes' name is amongst (he others. Lord Rothes belongs to one of the oldest families in Scotland. His home is Lfcslie House, where Leslies have lived for some six centuries, The bouse as it is, however, is relatively modem. The older building was destroyed by fire in the middle of the eighteenth century.

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INFANT

REARING
TONIC DBINKS FOE SPRINGTIME.
IN THE GAEPEN.
A Few Directions for Planting and Beautifying the Widks and Beds.

The Food Question

K o mother vriU try a food for ber baby 'Qoless !^e is pretty well convinced tbat it is UEely to prove the right kind. W e want to convince you that Sav<>ry afid Moore's Food is the right f<K>d for your baby anfi that you Old-Fashiooed Beverages Used by Our .viU be tvisC) at any rate, tti give it a trial. It may be claimed fo^ Savory and Moore's Fathers at' This St ason. Food that it va^s devised by the famous Baron Liehdg, one of the greatest authorities on A c o o d p i c k - m e - u p t o be, i m b i b e d r e g u l a i l y foods, and that it is scientifically right; that it contains just vrhat a baby needs to tiirive e v e r y m o r m n g i n ^ e q f t i o e t i t o e , n o w t h a t e g g s upon, and that it is made with sciiipulous a r e p l e n t i f i d , i s w h a t a t r a i n e d n u r s e c a l l s " T h e cs^. This perhaps in itself is not sufficiently r a w o j ' s t e r b e v e r a g * , * ' t h o u g h it i s q u i t e i n n o c e n t convincing. A far stronger argumefit in o f o y s t e r s . fairoiir of Savory and Moore's Fbod is to be I f t h e f o l l o w i n g directions are f o l l o w e d out found in its remarkable record of over fifty t h e m i x ^ r e w i l l t a s t e j u s t l i k e t h e p o p u l a r b i v a l v e ' at i t s c o l d e s t a n d a t i t s best. years. Vou are asked to consider, not what T h o r o u g h l y , ( ^ i l l a. s m a l l w i n e g l a s s . I n t o t h e it will do, but what it has already donfe for t ee r ps-o v , h s put babies. A great number of cases have been b o ptio mh drop-a t h ra n d d a od a s h f o f i n e gpaer r , i n ntd i b r e a k a n c ti{ s l t p^ a carefully recorded, and the details of matiy t h e e g g ( w h i c h y o u m u ^ i d i i i l fts w e l l a s t h e of them are so remarkable as to be almost g l a s s ) o v e r t h i s ; a ^ d n o w t h r e e m o r e drops of Tincgar, another pinch o f incredible. t a h da o f pe per They show that Savory and Moore's Food s aul r ,n u n dt ha nfol t t sesr a n d s h r i n k t h e p c o n ,T p e f d has often proved to be the only food the child. t e n t s a t o n e d r a o g h t . T h e o n l y Taste could take; that it has been^^given to infants w i l l b e < % p l e a s a n t l y a c i d o n e , w i t h a in the last stages of exhaustion Jthrough s n s p i c i b a o f o y s t e r a b o u t i t . A couple.«f e g g y^lks with a gene' malnutrition with completely satisfactory lofW s results; that ft has often arrested acute con- r o u s hteera s pgoooondf a t6iuc»o recsepsetcni a lslayu c ef oir anot stipation anB diarrhoea,-and, finally, that in- b r a i t t - w o r k e i s , w h o r e q u i r e n o u r i s h fants brought up on it have been reared • m e n t e a s y o f d i g e s t i o n . without trouble, and have developed into An old £ngIisQ spring drink, which fine sturdy childrea, the pride of their i s s a i d t o h a v e p e c u l i a r v i r t u e s f o r t h e c o m p l e x i o n , is this:—• parents. vern g t . a g eIf you wish to try Savory and Moore's s p Oo n f u li s h o f pcuotm t w o r a e n tpol n a sttarb ln g o fiou i o Food, and will fill in and forwardthe coupon g l a s s t u m b l e r . P o u r o v e r t h i s q u i t e below with 3d. in stamps for postage, a" 4 > o i i i n g w a t e r . I n t h e m o t n i n g , l a s t SPECIAL TRIAL T I N will be forwarded by' m g , drinJi t h e w a t e r , w i t h o u t . d i s t u r b return and a useful little Book on Infant Management tdth it.

10,000 Handkaiduefs FREE to 10.000 Ladies.
A limit m a r t b e placed on t h i s t n o s t u n u s u a l offer. S o s e n d t o - i h ^ y , are presenting 10,000 beaut Lissues t o ladies who admire tast a n d d i n t y , y e t d u r ^ c handkerchief Because w e know that once a . woman sees the exceptional value ^ Ussues (guaranteed indelible),- t h e y will always afterwards'be her" choice at her draper's.

T h e 6 o « e r i n g b u l b s i n t h e g a r d e n are "now i n full b e a u t y , a n d t h e a r d e n t g r o w e r will b e e n j o y i n g t h e m i n d e e d . B u t t h e r e is v e r y m u c h a c t i v e w o r k to be done in the garden now. L e t O U T . p l a n t i n g go- o n w i t h s p i r i t ! I n qcuckg r o w i n g , soft . w o o d e d p l a n t s , t a k e a s c u t t i n g s y o u n g s b d o t s o r tops of plants such as antirrhinums, anagallis, camattoos, -chrysanthemums, colceolarias^ d a h l i a s , f u c h s i a s , . h^>elias, geraniums, p e t u n i a s , s a l v i a s , v e r b e n a s a n d wBU6ovrers. P o t s o f all t h e s e flowers will d o n i t e l y i n a f r a m e o n a.very gentle hotbed, made o l dead leaves, tan, O n r G a a r « a t e « . or- m a n v u c , o r in & c a r e f u l l y h e a t e d house—^but Six free Xot ckny IJcsue ^aX lf»c« Us colour in t h ; g e r a n i u m s a n d f u c h s i a s will d o a h a o s t a n y w h e r e . laundrr. M a n y p l a n t s , s u c h a s c i n e r a r i a s , t h e tall l o b e l i a s , s t a t i c e s , e t c . , y o u p r o p a g a t e by- c u t t i n g s of l e a v e s O U R ; OTFER w i t h a b u d atr'the hasc.< M < » t h e r b a c e o u s p l a n t s to yon Is, «iid5«l for CWE Ussue HandknctiM and we win send T W O - c — lorvdir «rhit« liHOBKMl 90m Witli K ialMcf OBl9«««d \aKAm. Onlv ooeordet canlM Tooclved (rocn each' bdr. Scad

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a j c i a c T C a s c d ' b y o f f - ^ b o t s f r o m t h e b a s e s of t h e |Kirent . p l a n t s , a b d m o r e particularly t h o s e I ' b a v c J list meationjitd. VERY l A T E S r Cuttings o f hollow-stemmed plants should b e c a t at a joint ; F o r s t r i k i n g ypar -cuttings u s e l i g h t s ^ n d y sOil with a good df»aage. I f t h e c u t t i n g s flag a t all give t h ^ a little w a d e and water from a syringe. OelieiOBS BeyMMl peso-lptloa. L o o k w e U after r e c e n t l y ~ p l a M e d a n d tri<nsp l a n t c d t r e e s . I f t h e . w e a t h e r shiMild turn -wann a n d "dry-a l i t t l e s p x i u k H a g f r o m o v e r h e a d o f w a t e r will d o the y o u n g trees g w } d . S e e t h e roots arc h i m i a t h e eartb, s o that they The Adams's Qaality—The Best. d o n o t s h a k e a»<l g e t tfisplaccd i n : t h c w i n d . ' A h a y - b a n d , w o u n d r o u n d t h e s t e m s , a n d a tittle b a y scattered about t h e roots w i l l / p r e v e n t chilling evapoiatitms. S o w p l e n t y o f h a r d y a n n u a l s , a n d tf t h e w e a t h e r b e m i l d y o u m a y s o w a gt>od m a n y o u t of d o o r s HYGIENrC n o w . •/ ' F o r k o v e r flower b e d s a n d b o r d e r s , t a k i n g c a r e n o t to. d e s t r o y a n y h e a l t h y ' l i l t l e s e l f - s o w n p l a n t s , f o r N a t u r e ' s ovrh p l a n t i n g ; a s a r u l e , m e a n s finer s t e m s a n d h n c t b k ^ u h i tfaaa o u r o w n . A cfaarmEtic Munlar d n a OifUfm tMA wmbliMa U M , F i l l the- h o t b e d w i t h asters^ snanias—there is a votte Mid. t*AetM, The taee « ttC » aelt 4cra ahad* Seautities and preserves Wood Flooring\ great fashion for these just now—canary creepers— mounted opaa (roc-«neD tsffrtM, M<J (b* v«(U it linoleums, & c Iq't{ns,6d.& 1/-% Made U*ettdef. One ^arel E e ^ c e sf tb> track fa the'deep any t m d e r annuals. t a O e t u . oiUtet with a laoe «dcing a a d U M M taJOm, at Sfaeffidd and sold at ail stores, &a n « c h p l a a t i a g . o v t i n t h e -<^en a n d p n e k m g . o u t It U iB^e eooucU to,wm u « Uaj staatdeU i n t o U i e . o p e n borders cannot y e t b e d e p e n d ^ upon' i n such a climate a s ourt. i f the indoor accom. i n g t h e s e d i m e n t . A s p l e i a d i d b e v e r a g e t b e l a s t . - m o d a t i o n gets^ o v e r c t o w d c d a a d t u r n i n g o u t b e t b i q g a t n i g h t i s c a m o m i l e t e a . Vou. p u t a h a n d - c o m e s a n e c e s s i t y p r o t e c t i o n tnnst b e g i v e n w i t h o u t f u l o f G e r m a n c a m o m i l e S o w e r s , i n a Kmall j u g delay. a n d p o u r ^ b m l i a g w a t e r over.' . t h e fiowcrsj ana \ V e n e e d scarcely fear worse April weather, h o w d r i n k a c u p f u l o f t h e c o n c o c t i o n w h e n y o n g o t o e v e r , t h a n a s i m p l e f r a m e ;or ph will p r o v i d e f o r ; bed. t h a t i s , if e i t h e r h a v e a e o v c r o f c a l i c o s t r e t c h e d o v e r I n P a r t s m a o f o t t h e e l e g a n t e s i m l » h e e&mo- •a w o o d e n f r a m e t o p u t ' o n a t n i g h t , m i l e tea every night o f t h e i f l i v e s , and would not B e w a r e of g r e e n flies o r . o t h e r i n s e c t s w h e n t h e forsake tlj; habit for any i n d u c e m e m whatsoever: weather gels warmer. T h e f o l l o w i n g prescription f r o m a n o t e d d o c t o r U . i s c u r i o u s t h a t h e r e w e k n o w a l l l o o ' l i t t l e o f h a s c a u s e d c o n s i d e r a b l e stir a m o n g s t L u n g S p e c i a l - ' i i e v i r t u e s o f c a m o m i J c for t h e s l e e p l e s s a n d i s t s ; it s e e m s t o g e t right a t t h e . b o t t o m o f a ' d y t p e p l i c . A l i t t f c m e t h y l a t e d s p i r i t a d d e d to t h e p o l i s h c o n g h , ' g i v i n g i n s t a n t reuef, a n d often effects a O r ^ f 2 e a n d . m i n t ' c u p i s ' a c o o l i n g a n d w h o l e - u s e d f o r c l e a n i n g b r . a ^ n o t o n l y helps' fo r e m o v e c o m p l e t e c u r e in a r e m a r k a b l y q u i c k t i m e . I t h a s a n y s t a l n s . b a t p r e v e n t s t h e biassi. f r o m t a r n i s h s o m e - d r i d l t ' o n , I k w ^ r m s p r i n g d a y . Remc-T,; Ui* a s t m n g t o n i c effecit a n d g i v e s r e n e w e d s t r e n g t h p u l p ' f r o m a n o r a n g e . S p r i n k l e i t wi^h t h r e e - i n g a s q u i c k l y a s it o t h e r w i s e . m i g h t d o , Quickly t o t h o s e w h o h a v e b e c o m e w e a k t h r o u g h quarters o f a tcaspooa&il o f p o w d e r e d sugar and prolonged illness. add half a tablespoonful o f finely-chopped mint I t is e a s i l y m a d e a t h o m e a n d c o s t s b u t little. a n d ^tife t e a s p o o n f i i l o f l e m o n j u i c e . C h i l l it' F r o m y o u r C h e m i s t g e t l o z . of P a r m i n t - ( D o u b l e t h o r o u g h l y a n d s e r v e it i n bijgh g l a s s e s . , S t r e n g t h ! a n d a d d t o it a J pint of hot w a t e r a n d A s t o d a n d e l i o n g r e e n s ' , t h e y a r e i n v a l u a b l e atT o r a liinitcd p e r i o a t h e - O a t i n c C o . w i U . s e n d , ioz., of g r a n u l a t e d s u g a r , l a k e o n e s p o o n f u l four t h i s l i m e o f t h e y e a r , a s t h e o l d - f a s h i o n e r - c o u n t r y a b s o l u t e l y f r e e , t o w y ^ r c a d e r o f t h i s p a p e r s e o d i n g * * ? * ? • " • ^' ^**''y*'*'e k n o w s t h e m e d i c i n a l v a l u e f o l k k n o w f u l l w e l l . W a s h t e n d e r l i t t l e damfc-- n a m e a n d OiddTcss d u d 3 d . i s ^ stamps, to cover o f P i n e i n t r e a t i n g c o u g h s a n d L u n g t r o u b l e s . l i o n l e a v e s i n s e v e r a l w a t e r s , t h e a trarow t h e m c o s t o f j > o s t a g e a n d p a c k i n g , a D a i n t y S a m p l e O u t P a n n i n t i s e s p e c i a l l y c f f e c l i v e . a s it i s a coricea- i n t o a n a b u n d a n c e o f b o i l i n g s a l t e d w a t e r a n d fit'containing a-tnal s l r e o f a ^ v e n Oatine Preparat T ^ 4 extract -of t h e N o r w a y W h i t e P i n e ; i t i s b o i l t h e m g e n t l y l o r a q u d i t e r o f a n h o a r . " D r a i n t i o n s , i n c l u d i n g O a t i n e f^iettDi^ S o a p , B a l m , T o o t k tJch l a g u a i a c t d a n d i d l . t h e natural h e a l i n g p i n e t h e m , • • » P o w d e r , F a c e l^faMcr, T^^^dql P o w d e r , S h a v i i i g c i e m s a t x . T h e p m m p t results f r o m this i n t i p e n To-chill and blaitch them, tura oold waSc on P o w d e r , a J - a » - 8 : ^ U - a i | e tA, S I » A ] > o o . P o w d e r . BWe T e m e o T b a y e m a d e f r i e n d s for it I n t h o u s a n d s them from a tap. Drain them again, i^tstrihem Oiiine Creafii is irivahtabVlbr the cornplexioTi. ** « w ^ t i r o u g h D ^ t E n g l a n d a n d N o r w a y . fine, a n d w h e n t h e y a r e n e a r l y r e a d y t o s e r v e ' I t ^ e t s d o w n i n t o t h e p o r e s a n d r e m o v e s t h e dirt M O F d e i i a g P a r a i i n t y o u s h o u l d . a l w a y s s p c c t f v w a r m t h e m i n a f r y i t i g - p a i t w i t h b n t t e r , ' p e p p e r w h K h s o a p Mid o t h e r f a c e c r e a m s q u i t e fail t o that y » u want D o u b l e Strength. Your Che«ast a n d salt. r e m o v e . R e m e m b e r it i s t h e dirt t b a t i s I N , n o t h a s P a n o i a t , o r m i l g ^ i t for fwtz if not, M n K f o -ITatidelioB g r e e n s axe'6mtixaic a t I w c a k f ^ t h e dirt t h a t i s - O N . t h a i i n j u r e s t h e campteJKtoa. t h e l s r a a a S o a a ] XJioain^ •&, O a f 6 t i ^ t ^ s e r v e d i n a m o u n d f « i m with s l i c e s ' o f bstcoo o x S e n d noDlicatioos U T H t : O A T I N E C O . . 118a.

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H e r e ' s a c h a n c e . M i s s Freclcle-lace. to try a n e w r e m e d y for f r e c k l e s w i t h the g u a r a n t e e of a n:lJaWe d e a l e r t h a t it will n o t cost y o u a p e n n y u n l e s s it r e m o v e s t h e frecWcs, w h i l e , if it d o e s g i v e y o u a c l e a r c o m p l e x i o o , t h e cost is trifling. S i m p l y g e t an o u n c e of t e l m o , douWe s t r e n g t h , from S o o t ' s , T a y l o r ' s , "Hmoihy W h i t e ' s , H o d d e r ' s , L e w i s a n d B u r r o w s , L t d . , or o t h e r l e a d i n g c h e m i s t s , a n d o n e n i g h t ' s t r e a t m e n t -will s h o w -yoii h o w .easy it i s t o rid ytairself for e v e r o f t h e vigiy frecWies and g e f a beautiful c o m p l e x i o n . R a r e l y is m o r e t h a n o n e o u n c e needed for the worst c a s e . B e stire to ask 3^our c h e m i s t for t h e d o u b l e s t r e n g t h telrao, a s t h i s is t h e o n l y p r e s c r i p t i o a s o l d t i n d e r g u a r a n t e e o f m o n e y b a c k if ^ f a i l s t o r e m o y e freckles.—< A d vt.)

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Prospects of Some Excellent Racing at the Craven Meeting;. TESTEBDAI'S STEEPLECHASING

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April 16, 1912

How a man starred himself .to death, althoasrh he possessed means enahli'n^ him to write out cheques for ,£2,000, was told at Beihnal Green Coroner's Court yesterday. Dennis Dominie Keller, aiged sixty-three, an Excise officer who retired from the service last September, and who had lived in one room, at a The Craven meeling opens the r,icing season at Large quantities of milk were again distributed house in Kenilworth-road. ROman-road, E . , was Newmarket this afternoon, and sport of the highest found unconscious in the Street. H e was removed yesterday in twelve towns and cities for the benefit class may be expected during the next three days. of babies and nursing mothers who are the victims to the infirmary, where he died. rr • At the inquest yesterday Mr. Michael KeUer, a of-the coal strike, The course should afford perfect galloping; albeit farmer, 6i Cork, said he was the only brother of An official report from Leicester states that many • a heavy downpour of rain would by no means be the deceased, who a %reek ago wrote saying that poor mothers hai-e nothing for their children during unwelcome. he was about to come and live in Ireland. W itness this week except the milk provided out of T,'^ Most raluible p r i » of the meet ng is th« Babr«ham Itanwas his sole heir, and claimed any property he Daily Mirror fund, as no wages havefbeea paid G o a l s Scored io a n E v e n ' Gam< dicap, a 1,000 »ov«. race, to be decided to-inorrow, but of N o owing to the closing of works. had left. . , ., . much sreatei inUrest U the Craven SUkes. in which several Chelsea's Chances of Promotion. In every town there is a large staflF of Salvation A cheque book, showing by the counterfoils that candidates for claaiiic honours are encaged. AtMiird. w«»o upset general calculations when he beat hla the deceased had given to his brother two vheques lassies who visit the homes ot the very poor and The meeting ot Fulbam and Derby Cooafty at Craven stiWe ccmpaoioa. White Star, in tl^e M:ddh» Park Plate, wi.l of JB.OOO each and two of JBlOO each on the distribute supplies of milk. carry Mr. J. B. Joel's colours, and as Jingling Geotdie only Cottage last ercning left the question of proiiotioa as open The following is a further list of subscriptions : — just maaaged to beat Serenader at Newbury, the son of aa ever. A goalless draw enabled Derby Coonty to fo to National Bank^ Old Broad-strcet, was produced by 8undrid;e may prove too good for Mr, Buchanin'a oolt. the police., , . SUBSCRIPTIONS—SIXTEENTH LIST. Lord Roseberya colt. Clodlns. will have a pull of 7'b. in the head of the Second League Uble. by virtue of a better Tfiere were also papers referring to the s.ile, >n Collected by the Matron and~ Naraas of the the weighU with Absurd and Jingling Gtord e, but although goal average, but ihe result makes It possible for Chelsea rery smart the son of Cicero is hardly up to classic foitm. May last, of jei,000 ordinary deferred stock m the Trained Nonas' institute, Weyii.outh (4th l i s t ) « 2 ' 8 6 and Burnley to reach the same aggregate of point*—flftyThe meetings under National Hunt Rules at Folkestone Caledonian Railway Company, and i.. November, Alex. Hatchatd ,. 2 2 0 and Nottingtiiim yesterday provided somk bright sport, but lour—as the Midlanders. The posiiions ol the clat» are 1910, -CI ,670 steel shares. ., . . Gertrude Tapltlle (Forest aiU) It was of little more than passing interest. 4s foUoy :— ' ^ • 2 0 0 In the room occupied bj' the man, said the Collected ttojo. the Memben of the Computy, Plyd. Won. Drn, Lost. For. A«*t. Pts. coroner's officer, there was not a penny or a bit ol I^ric Theatre I S O SELECTIONS FOR NEWMARKET. Derby County 36 21 8 7 68 H 12 Piaaer t 0 0 food. - J Burnley 36 21 8 ' I* 5 ! • 52 4. 0.-BEETHOVEN. . . . 0 12 8 2. O.-GOGLilian ^ n d forth said that the matt pccupied a W. ia««-and«eta«, 18. AtdermanbDry Chelsea 35 31 8 8 57 35 48 4.30.-ROBINSON-8 2.30.—VESTA. Collaeted by F. M. O. (luwichl 0 10 6 Both Burnley and Derby shonld win their remaininc home furnished room in her house at a rental of as. od. 3. Q.—T-MJiAD. SELECTED. ,0 10 0 matches, and ChaUea's on.x chance is that one o f them will a week. " B u t , " added witness, *' he rould not Knotiey and Helpen (tbitd subecriptiod) 3.50.-MO3S VALE. 5. O.-FURZEUNO. fail to get both points in their away gamea. Btamlcr have pay that. H e never had a renitbook, and when I 9i.—A Few Friend*: Sa, «d.—ihe HUff of the Special Selection. to visit Wolverhampton and Dert^ fo to Grimsbr, AIKI used to give him a tentbook be would tear U up. Grand Hotel, Sherljtffham; 8*.—A. Rawlings,. 1 5 8 BEETHOVEN, 7s. 6d. each—Anon (Boanen^oath); Anon (Ornrauntil those m.itchcs are decided the fat« ot €9>elaea hanct in •eyl: 7s. each—Aaon (Westbory-os-Trym): Two the balance. ^ I should say that £ 3 would not pay roe what he GREY FRIARS. Chiki Lovcn at BoK»stto; 6*. 6 d . - A SymTho West Londoners have to visit Bamtley and meet owes." pathiser (Mancbaeter) (per the MaachettM Bradford and Blackpool at Stamford Bridge, hot even if Questioned as to the man's habits, the witness WINNERS AND PRICES. "Daily Mail"); 6«. each—E. Cox and O. they win all three matches and the other two club* do not said that she had never seen him have a meal LewU; C:' M. and H. B . (SonthfaU): 5s. 8 d . make a slfp their goal average will keep them in tbe Cbllactcd by Beglaald Aoskin (Kelllngiyl: in her house. " I have never known him even to Second Division. FOLKESTONE. 6a. Sd.-Badlcal (Wellington) 2 IS 3 STOCKPORT COUNTY. 3 ; LEEDS CITY, 3.—A keen have a cup of tea. I have seen him pick up fish Rice. Price. Winner. Jockey. game at Stockport ended in a draw ol three goals each. and potatoes irtiich other men have thrown away 5s. each—G. & Bowman; Two Avstrallansr Alfred Burch; Q. B. B & S a ; F. B. B.; M^a Q. M. Cinque ChISO (6),. 5 ;o I Thurifer Metcalfe. Both sides scored twice in the hist half. Trevaatoa; I. P. B. (Harrow-on-lbe-HiU); Anon in the street and even dry, sour crusts." Do.er Hurd.c (4) . 7 to 4 Croghan Cullen. (London K.C.); Henry P. Muaton; Anon (P.O. Dr. Victor K v l e said that Keller's body was BLACKBURN STILL WINNING. 496.abo): eisa Kindler; Anon (Sboticr); Polly Kt'nt C:h s>- !7i.... 11 to 10 Bru^oo Mr. Usther, emaciated, and there was a complete absence of Sxdler and Friend* (Lat«hing<loa): Q. B. iXitArBaniiling H'<1-'. .5 .. 4 to. 1 Sycantorw Lodge Psggott. her well); Frank; A Widow; A Lady Who Lovea fat. Death was due to starvation. Blackburn Rovers, who ato already practically assured Children; •Tatfy; E. and M. T.; O. £ . M, S-MiliM 'ChseiSi., tvfn=. Blow P.p3 Bu chers. The Coroner: Was there nothing else? of toe League cbampion^hip, fortuer improved their teoord Warren; E. B.- A. H. C. tSwaaageJ: Sym.Moderate Hdle. (7t 5 to 2 Captain Dreyfus.,.,.. .Avil*. at Biaclcburn /esterdiy when they oe,*t Oldham Athletic pathiser <fihre«rsbary): J. H. D. (BrikbtlfngWitness: N o ; it w a s starvation, as there were by 1 to 0. 'l-he Rovers now figure at the head of the table. s«a): The Stall at 2»; Little Jim: A Mother: NOTTINOHAM. ihr>>.e points ahead of Newcastle with two matches in hand. no definite signs that he suffered from imything A Jhrivate Nnrse; F. J. C ; A Bachelor: Bri<J?(ord Hdle. (5) 5 to 4 Catrh Penny Leader Both sides made alterations in their teams. Tbe Bovera else, except that the heart was smalL^ F. £ . B. (London!: Anon (King t Langley); Mi» Gon.iUtone hJi. |8) 6 to 1 Ocean Swell Mr. Harrifon played Anthony for Cameron, and Oldham had three VeaW; Mn. J. French; The Mothers' Meeting The jury returned a v e r d i a of Self-Starvation, of St. Faith's, BitUine Park, Southamptofl; Notu Chase i5) . . 6 to 4 Co Ahead Newcy changes, the new mtrn being Oopc, C. Wllaoa and Montgomery. The Rovers playca sparkling football In the Arit E. B. ?...; » 0 ' Newark Chjse (4). 4 to 5 The Mink ...Payne half and the viaitors' KOJI underwent coutinDou* pretitire. 4s. eaich—A. M. K. (Feiadern); Mn. Kingdoa; Bunny HurO.le '4) . 6 u, 1 L i W Leader Matthews kept a fine goal fot Oldham, bat after twenty-six Anon jStoc' mjll): Anon (KestonI; Ss. each— C h a r g e s A g a i n ^ S e r v a n t W h o Left Witlwjut Cbby (Hun*«anton), second sabecriptton; Mme. Midland Ch se f7i» 20 to I W;irdslown Mr. Bell minutes he was beaten by a clever header from Latheron. In the second half the Rovers asserted themselves and Vernon; L, T.: LntCerworth Synip-ithlser; •The " Sp-irtsniiiii K K T of P R O G R A was 100 to 8. Wardstown M M E , N E W M A R " prii-c N o t i c e and a M o n e y l e n d e r . R. C. H.; Baby Rose and Victor; A^ Oom'nge; (The figures m pirenthcses iiiUirate the nombe.r ot starlers.) Matthew.4 ga.e another brilliant display in the Oidham goal. repelling a header from Latheron and fine shots by Bra<lA. F,.; Anoo (Harwich); Anon (Combridgel; S.O.-LONG COURSE SKLLINO Pr..4TK. 300 SOM. l-lm. 3hjw. Simpson and Chapman. yrs •t lb As a sequel to a burglary, Florence D y k e , a ser- 2s, 2s. 9d. each—In Memory of Denis; A. H and 2 11 t, r"s HI '' 1 6d. e»<;h—One Who Symprthlsaa; Oorrie SCOTTISH L E A G U E ; a S n l e i J Or<lcr3 'i o aOijirie Clxss . 6 8 6 5 vant, was charged at Worcester Sessions y^terday Harsy: Rev. H, O. W. Byrde: Misses H. and Q, 4 2 . Submit . 6 8 6 Isniticn 9 HEART OF M I D ' L O T H I A N , 2; GLASGOW RANGERS. with stealing a quantity of jewellery, valued at Keer Brown, aacond contribnt.on; D»d. Ma 2 1 aRa;.H- t h e W m i . . . 4 Doil.ir P r i n c e . . . ,•> 8 6 I —Tbi» match was played at Edinburgh, before lO.OOO and Pol; In Sympathy from H. (Adtiel: Baby n • aO-.y; Sperifiva; . a 8 6 •> peop.e. The Rangers had several reserve, and on the run JB200, belonfing toJRobert Milward, aj:uest of hfr R i U ; Grannie and Auntie; One in Sympathy; R 1 1 1 OnlH..,.-,n 6 of •>>» p'ay f.l>d not deserve to lead by a goai scored by employer. James J^ewey, a moneylender, of East. a 8 Lro»er of Uttle Baby Oirla; S. S. (Wol»erhampB;ic-ht'i'ir'.< t h u n t 5 H * 1 M s - o o Fraser . . . . a 8 *3 Reid at the iatertai. The fieaits B^ju«ll»«<i vhiussh Da--*- fields, Birmingharr:, vr.-vs charged with receiving tbr tonl: SlWia Fatwset Baker;. I. M. (HlghgiUI; 4 8 6 9 1 Cao'lytiift f.:.tf.-.il soii on resuming, and a penalty kick, granted for a foal on E. C. 8.; A Lady (Aberystwyth!: 8.-Ej.-H.; ""> a , jeweJiery. / . i 6 1 0 Uawson, g.ue them the winning goal. O-.estnut a a 9 1 al-Ninintou Anon (Fleelinoe); O. F.rSrrapithtJerjRedrothl; aPiaine b 8 b a Mel ton Prior . . . . 5 6 1 0 1 Anon (Allesley); Anon Oonthend!: A E. W. Counsel for the prosecution s-iid the woman Iclt (ftiratfcrd-oB-Avonk Hest<>r; A. B. C.: T. F. Os 2 . 3 0 . - V I S I T O R S - P I , \ T E i w e l t e r hamjicap). ISO '<o-.; 5f. service without notice, and afterwartls someone (Camborne): E. M. fBoscb>'-b^r: ?, M. L. ;South.•^.li/ifiowor 11 Ur r 11 0 ^ .Redd STliyinc 1 .. . 6 7 6 > broke into the bouse and stole the jewellery. D y k e ampton): Anon (Romford). M. W. (Worthing); 7 wl 7 6 .Slii-.e R o c 3 .T 10 In MerooTiam (Caterham Valley); J . - B . C ; applied to Newey for a loan of J J and deposited KO 0 aPaltiv . 4 7 4 Snnningdale 5 10 Lorer of Children (Harrogate): G. M. Collier; 0 aVVisclon I I . . . . . . . 3 7 4 BUv.k Piia;.« . . . . 4 9 Althoush not regarded iu the light of a test match, the the jewellery with him. The prosecution alleged Kitty Oiistle (SUtchworthi: M M . : A GrandaOrpimcnt 5 .M;i rip's Clioice . 3 7 4 game c>t:iweeii a i«am ol cOinp«:titor3 m tbe Ladies National th:it he bought jewellery worth £SM for Jfc20 and e 9 K.>dak mother (HartpstevU; Lover of Child.'en (Hort), 4 8 . 3 7 Le .Sr.l.'il 4 1 «.i>unty Go.l Alliance charayion^inip and a combined side 9 Mrv Stehelin (Parkstonel: A Friend of the 8 . 4 7 4 aPunter's Pie ... 6 6 1 Kxit ol Oxford and C'.mbridiiio, served to jive one a further that he must have known that the jewellery was not Babies (Btonl; Q. F. M. H,: S. .T. 0^; 8. V(sU 4 8 4 aDiampnd . i 7 4 index to the relativs diltetettco between the sexes on the genuinely obtained by D y k e . Sounders; Sympathy fBen Rhydd'n?!. C. H, aM:irtiiir-t 4 8 0 a^farfh.^ I I . c 3 7 3 . (Stratford-on-Avon), A Sympathetic Hesrt; Mii.-.id ( . a t i U . . . . G 7 L2 aP'.imnl.T 1 . 3 7 2 '. At Ihj Prince* <0"r.5e, Sandwirh, yesterday, the 'Varsity Lover of Children (Putney): Anon (Clactonl.... 5 17 « aPadoiira 4 7 1 1 a.Ui7iina . -3 7 I 1 players ivnLeded h»if a stroke hmdic > , and «on very easily 2s-. each—A Lover of Children; C, H.; R. and 3 7 11 . 3 7 0 , at the Close by eighteen inalches to five, and one might ,aTir',a:e ! a.UU.tc- f ..I. (East Ham): A. E F : .Anon (Forest Cate); D.'i!n<ispidal 3 7 8 •ti'l'lip Marker . 3 7 0 1 *:ifeiy gather that a Lulv pi. yer of first<la« ability reouires Father and Mother (Sealord): Anon rBexhlll): a'-tolon ( l i p q 7 i t . 3 7 0 . na.re thin hail a -stroke allowance iu handicap to briug (Tidworth): N. a a Man n i il.nwr G r i e v a n c e s • Anon (Sloane^uato): K. Lewis: Christine; 3 7 6 (' r ne . 3 7 0 . hor within the: region of victory in a game against a firsfc- C o r p o r a t i o n H e a r s T r a d e s m e n ' s n M i i t y I.aw Anon One Trying to Help (Altrlnchami: Sfilk from Cowee, I., oj. W.; 3 0.- F I f - r \ - T H I . R n N K U M A R K K T U U i N N I A L S T . ' \ K K S . ' ilasj amateur. Against the Shops Act. Jack and Dal»: M. C. S.: Two aympatblsers; A.S1S May Lsitch, the holder of. the Ladies Gold Cup, 25 M:-, • earh, w !h bJO so. s ,ulde(|. threc-y >ar-o:il,- : liii. j < Anon (Clapham); V..; Joan Madeleine Staiiled the lathes and in the singles ahc waa opposed to J. f. ^t ih St lb dish- E C. G F.; JoTce and Gwynctli Spencer; J-Cyigaci 9 5 ,iKo;'-itisko About 300 City tradesmen attended at tue Guilda 7 Macdonell, the? Oxford captjtin. They were all square at M. E. B.; Anon (Bedford); 1». Sd.-A. 8. and S •:^n ,\t: 9 h Pinion 8 7 . th-e turn. ar.<I Mis? l^itch he'd her opponent to the sixH. 3 . ; Is 6d. each—B. A.: H. and A. M.; teenth. where she was only one down. Macdonell won tha hall yesterday to lay before a spetjial sub-committce a\\r'<lr 9 5 fi^x'.i;; 8 7 , Rntli, Frank and Eddie Skinns: C. E. D. of the City Corporation their .in.tny and varied A;g;o:i 9 aFlan.l.rs 8 7 • seventeenth. howe\er. an.l settled the match in bis favour (Clacton); D, M. H.; E. by 2 and 1. The det.iils of the singles were:— iiR:.o.|,'»i,ii: 8 7 3 7 aS r r<j';i1 grievances .igninst the provisions of the Shops Act. ls.°each--^lA>Terof" Babies': J. M. O. E. K.; Lorer ^ ^^ Twlci" Blf^iiild: Lorer V...ii,.-ii 8 7 "C.ir..un s 8 7 Ladies. Oxford and Cambridge. The chief question discussed was the fixing of of Babies (Epsoml; Seabreeres; Ar.on (Bournett.'J.ot.. I, Woo.Ko: K 8 7 A'.hunua g 8 3 mouth); J. W. B.; Muriel and Norman MarMus May Ltiich 0 .1. K. Macdonell (2 and 1) 1 tlie earlv closing day, some traders favouring SaturaflojGwoocl B,vk . 8 7 j tin- Anon (Poplar); Anon (Bri»lol ;,Nancy Mr.s Jiliard 0 F. N. M. Carlisle (4 and-2) 1 dav, while others were agaifist it. \M S with Hewett- AC Old Widow (.\shstead): Lionel; 3.33-rirz\viLi.i 200 T-Y-O S T . A K F4f. 15 fOv5 ^o titled. t w o classes of traders at least—restaurateurs Miss P. O. OollfcU 0 E. \V. HoUlernefis (5 and 5) 1 Vivienne- Mi«s F. Adams: F. B.; B. A. St Ih Kh?! G. 8V; Anon (Westleton): IL Wells; St lb Miss M n i n Smith (3andl) 1 A. J. Evans 0 .tnd chemists—asked for complete exemption from Mo-s Vaie 9 2 iSiiow Biintiri- f 8 9 A Well-wisher: G. .M. G.; LitUe Pete; Anon Miss Gardiner 0 A. C: P. Medriugton 0 the Act. r F . i i . h im 8 12 .iTod^y (Worcester!; S. W.; MoT™: ^ M?thjr; Anon 8 9 WallhjimBtbw): Wanderer (Toddingtoni, 2nd The tradesmen were asked to send memonal.s oi :iC '.nzon^ 3 12 .A;i;ulLtt:i f 0 H. Gardiner Hill (2 holes) 1 a 9 Mi-i Heniing John.son .Snb - Poor Innocenti; Anon Soothgate); aVV;it«i Colour . . . . 8 12 ;if)oxi f 8 9 Mrs Cutlcy i3 and 1) .. 1 G. D. Forrester* n petitions to the Corporation expressing their views F- R"; Lorer of Children (W. Croydon>; Anon aV -ab II 8 12 a.St. M . i i r i 8 9 in order th.it the Corporation might take action Mi-s Chubb 0 R. H. Fowler (5 and 4) . . I (Portsmouth); Anon (Heyborn Wyke); WaUie aTtjierii o B i: aBlackwingji 8 9 «nd Jean: Clad (Heme Bay); Sd. each-A S< lii.-i'n c . . , . « 8 12 a T h e G K.I under the Act. 3 3 AIC< MiNair 0 C. Gardiner Hill 0 King's Worker; T. E- B 1 K J aH^mnton .\inoi o 8 I? n.Scot:!! M i n e f . .. 8 9 .Mrs. Boyre 0 J. L. S. Vidler (1 hole) . . 1 aMnsl'n c 8 12 a Early »r:f] Often e .. 8 9 Miss D. Barker (1 hole! .. 1 M. Woosnam 0

8.0.-APrRENTICK8- tCCKT rLATT., 107 wvni 7f. ; ft* at l b yr« «t lt> 8 4 Ctolden Cabia g . . 4 8 10 Oftnonite 6 8 2 5 6 9 Dartoi S 7 13 aP.irtagss S S « aNew OMtle II, . . 5 1 9 Ufarouette 7 7 aArboretum 4 5 8 Lsdy Eileen 4 7 3 Birdie « 5 8 Furaeling a 7 3 Cherry Tint S S 8 aMaster Wild 4, 6 12 6 10 aPowder-and Paint 3 S « aftoyil Escort 6 6 6 * 5 5 aWhite Perdrigon... 5 6 4 «Bed Tassel J 5 5 aThe Tabard 4 6 0 aMand 6 0 aDon Rodriqne 3 5 4 Sea Trip a S 12 aFarinaceooa 4 5 11 aDelosion . . . ^ . . . . . . » 6 4 Bw>y and Gall . . 5 5 3 Coral 3 aPendant » 6 2 aOlasilt t L A T E S T L O N O O N B C J K... t O . 3 Hellene T I f 3 S O CITY Celluloid . \ N D SUBURBAN.—6 agst Lonawand, 7 - M n A a room, 100 to 14. Sir 4 Melton Yank . . . Martin. 10 Ulumos, 100 to 7 Sandwort. THE DERBY.—7 to 2 Loirond and W h i t e - S U r . 10 Hatl Croas, 100 to 7 Cylgad, 25 Bexhill. 100 to S Seieiuidcc.

BXmm WfflEBE TBli^E IS NO MONEY.
Mothers Who Have Only "Daily Mirror" Milk for Babie&

SHADOW OF HTOGEB.

DERBY DRAW AT FULHAM,

BURGLARY SEQUEL

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'VARSITY

GOLFERS

BEAT LADIES.

CITY EARLY CLOSING DAY,

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aT..ir(J.-i 8 12 a . O . - - C R A W F U R D PL ATI-: 'h i n i l i r a p l , 3 0 0 .^jvs; Gf. VfS .^t lo yrs a(;oIdeii Rod 6 9 7 a^.nmeror Menclar .^ 5 .-1 Mlirr,^ R w 9 7 .iHigtnv.yside . . . . . 4 aBrax'.ci 4 9 2 r.owlandnr 4 Great ."^urpri^e . 4 9 1- -lOffjy S p i n n e r . . 4 Runnin'.;riale 5 9 0 •iBadijura . 4 aMah.-ud 4 8 8 n F a n y M,->.id . . . . 4 P r i n c f .-i-in 4 3 6 -ilMwar.i .. 6 al'emosthcBes . . . . b 8 i 'Mr. Ppf'oer . 3 aBoi- h o v f n 4 7 9 a Fl.iriiiM^jo . 4 «?.'jnVst«ail b V V i-'sngare.. . 4 1 . 3 0 . - . \ S U L t ; V T V - O P L A T li. ZOO >>o-.s; Si. .<t Ih a j n i i i e B r.J . . . 9 3 Polloia 9 0 a F i l l V o u r GU<w aOiiiicia<i Va T o n 9 0 WhctryTiiin Siti'lparlc 12 aTaconu Lo>. h G • rry 8 12 Ap*nnine Linicrofk . 8 12 aRii'ture B..libin . 8 12 riLidy s Ma:d c . . at h i r p a w s y . 8 12 aBombsheU . 8 12 aOcyilrome a T h e Sf>€iiil ;.Past<'l Comiiii-siuner . 8 12 aPenin^ula a B r u h i n i Vn'.uii' . 8 12 1 Ro<ein ry F.'ne . a F i i r y i"oot.stc!> f . 8 A 1 -M<g Dods a.Me!b» f . 8 9 r<N-f.a a j im . 8 9 aKilkonny f aMerino 8 9 aJ'U-.turi f . 8 9 1 a C h a i n .^^mour Burniii? D y ; » h t . 8 9 a V i rn ! r» Br'ickk-y 9 Shogun . 8 9 a Lilly Jean , 8 9 aSt. T i l ' i w c U aPhi'B! f , 8 9 aTotlav GuUin c ou.. . 8 9 •.'Go den G i r t < r 1 a.lovial .Tnn-; < . . . • 8 9 Bit o t n Dev;l c 8 9 aOisihy G r a n d .. aLWni'n'/rf.H . 8 ct 1 n S ' . r b i a aN;.njMr . 8 9 1 «Oiii<k Answrr . Trie.-ite .. 8 9 aMur-is f 9 1 Matrt, 9 e l 1 , : r . . . .

St l b Mrs. B.rnes 0 B. P. Nevile (1 hole) I 7 6 0 M. Tennaat i2 and I) 1 7 6 1 Mrs. Slazenger Mr>. Brindle 0 L. H. Ali^n 0 7 5 7 1 T.:iis Temple 0 R. V. Bardsiey O 7 1 Miss Tar>er 15 and 4) . . . . I D. C. Letig O 7 0 Miss M.E.Ph-ilUps (3 and 2) 1 Viscount Castlerosse 0 6 10 6 10 ! M A R I N E Total M O T O R 5 N G TotalT I A M O N A C O9 . 6 10 , Some very close games were seen in the foursomes, but 6 7 the ladies CKKLO, April 15 —.Although there is a strong MONTE did not manage to win a single match. St l b is (•almi«g''duwii. and if lUc conditions get no worse the 8 9 mill; and kilomelre sprint lor the Prince of Monaco's cup 8 9 will be taken this afternoon. 8 9 The victory of Ursula in the Coupes des Nations yes8 9 terday is regarded as one ol the best perform^tnce;: that 8 9 the Duke uf Westminster's famous boat has accomplished. . 8 9 The distance had thi.s year been increased to ninety-lour 8 9 miles, instead of sixty-two. and the contest was run under . 8 9 the roughest condition."! in the history of the race. Vet . 8 9 she averaged thirty-live miles an hour. . 8 G Bad luck attended the other 3ritish boat, Mr. Gordon . 8 6 Pratt's TyrelesSi III., as she" li.ist part ol her rudder, and, . 8 6 . 8 6 becoming uiimanagcable, collided with a tug. . 8 6 . 8 6 Them are fifty-six entries lor the English ladies' golf 8 6 .8 6 1 chami<ionship, which will l)egin to-day on the Prince's CInb The meeting will end on Saturday. 8 6 course, at Saiidwifli. . 8 6 T. Coulthwaite is retiring from his position of pabiic . 8 6 trainer at Hednesford, and it i« sUted that R. Chadwick, . 8 6 the well-known jockey connected with the stable, will be . 8 6 his successor. . 8 6 . 8 6 . 8 6 8 6 . 3 J,

1 Mrs. 1

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A. R. Smith (6 and 4) . . . . I

WISH TO BE FORGOnEN,
Only Be Put on tier Tombstone.

BROTHERS' FATE.
Words of

Norfolk W o m a n Directs T h a t

Initials

Father's

Last

Advice

to

Little

Boys, "Don't Get

Prowned."

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and heavy swell this morning, the rough weather

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A verdict of F o u n d D r o w n e d w a s returned at the " My sole wish is that my name shall be utterly inquest y e s t e r d a y o n the t w o Strcathiim brothers forgotten," runs a clause in the will of Mrs. Mary . n a m e d N o r m a n , a g e d nine years a n d s e v e n , w h o s e Ann remberton, of Denton, Norfolk, who left estate of .£19,348 gross value. „_ , , . ^ b o d i e s were recovered from a p o n d o n t h e Gorringc Park E s t a t e , Mitcham, w h e r e t h e y h a d besn Mrs. Pcmberton further desired : " T o be buried in the parish-in which I may die, but my name is T h e b o y s ' father said that w h e n they left home not to nppear on any memorial tablet in any church. N o music or singing shall be heard at my funeral h e told t h e m t o b e careful not to g e t d r o w n e d . T h e burial of the t w o little v i c t i m s wUl take place (which is to be conducted Uke a cottager's funeral), and no leaves or flowers shall be placed in or on my lo-morrow at the S t r c a t h a m P a r k C e m e t e r y at five grave. Mv tombstone shall not cost more than ,£3, o'clock. --^-—-————-=——: and shall bear the inscription 'M-A.P.' " PRISON WINDOW SMASHER. PETITION BY POSTCARD. T h a t s h e threw a s t o n e and s m a s h e d a ^viIuk»w at t h e m e d i c a l officer's h o u s e a t - A y l e s b u r y Convict P r i s o n , w a s t h e a d m i s s i o n of E l i z a b e t h Bell, 4, Clemcut's-inn, when remanded yesterday at Aylesbury, charged with committing wilful damage. ^ LONDON'S HANDY MAN,

A further batch of some 50,000 signatures to the petition for the reprieve of Sed<lon, which were coHccted by postcard, were sent to the Home Ofifice yesterday. . * BIG CONTRACT FOR SCOTS FIRM

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The Admiralty has placed an important contract for all the caissons and machinery for the new naval dockyard at Rosyth with Sir William Arrol and Co.. Glasgow. The cofiTtract is the biesest of the kind ever placed.

" T h e p o l i c e m a n i s a v e r y clever m a n . ^ H e i s a h a n d y m a n ; h e und<Jrstands first a i d , but h e is not a d o c t o r , " s a i d jp.r. W a l d o y e s t e r d a y at a Srtuthw a r k i n q u e s t oiji "the «t««th of an i n f a n t