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Anaconda Standard (Newspaper) - April 17, 1912, Anaconda, Montana Weather forecast. For wednesday fair and warmer. Weather forecast. For try bad a fair. Vol. Xxiii no. 227.anaconda, Montana. Wednesday morning april 17, 1912. Price five alone carries passengers saved in lifeboats of titanic and other vessels find Only Barren wreckage silence is unbroken by details of wreck carpathia creeping toward new York with refugees is fog wrapped and no sound reaches waiting operators men on ship meet death with All distinctions erased in hour of sudden disaster. The huge boilers of the titanic the final Roll of the rescued f Ina to die the place to otherwise e titanic disaster might have filled could perhaps he i taken by some aah get a Hoed shawl in that from the been made up win the impression that grew almost into conviction last night a the hours wore on without the revision of Lints adding measurably to the total of known survivors. Of definite news of the disaster the night added Little. Down the Atlantic roast fog enveloped in Many places crept the lunar Der carpathia bearing the �68 lives Tonat had been snatched from the Waters when the titanic i slats. Laden to Tho limit made their Way from Tho giant liner As it became known that she was soon to take he fatal plunge. Rut although the Rescue ship a reported within wireless Range of the Sable Island station at n comparatively Early hour and every wireless car wan waiting to catch the snap of a receiver which might mean that the great secret of the liner death wus about to be Given up Midnight came and went and the night began to grow old and still the w Ord bad not been spoken. a l Kun res. Carefully compiling the available lists the record of the identified survivors of the disaster stands significantly thus men 9 women 2.j3 children 16 total. 328. Of the remaining 540 known survivors. It is estimated that not More than too were seamen required to Man the boats. This would leave approximately 440, and in the Ordinary proportions of women and children in the Steerage where the passengers in the titanic a care numbered 710. It seems probable the greater part of these 440 Vero women and the for Little ones. Nothing could show More plainly the heroism of the Crew and the men passengers who stood by Tho doomed Fulp facing inevitable death and sent the women and children Awny in the life boats. Sine would have to to left that was a certainty. Hundred in fact were left. But to All appearances the men who were left stayed behind deliberately can my stepping aside to let Tho weaker ones those to whom they owed Protection take their to safety. A sinking by the head. Have cleared boats and filled them with women and this was the final message these Brave men sent to the world for it was directly afterwards that their signals sputtered and then stooped Alt it Gether. On n common i a tri. The picture that inevitably presents itself in View of what is known is of men like John Jacob Astor master of scores of millions Benjamin Guggen Helm of the famous family of Bankers Isador Strauss a merchant Prince William t. Stead Veteran journalist major Archibald w. Butt Soldier Washington Roebling noted Engineer of any or All of these my stepping aside and bravely gallantly remain slips shrouded illiterate and Len unless peas ant woman. The Stream of women v. The toddling infants of babies in arms perhaps most of them soon to be widows filed up from the Cabins and Over the aids i and away to life. The men by far j the greater part of them remained to die. Millionaire and peasant and men of Middle class alike bravely it must have been sharing each Othef ii Fate and going Down to a common grave. Story vet i Tofil. Of the survivors what their Story of peril and suffering with the revelation they would furnish of just what happened on Briard the Steamer remains to be told. Row quickly they will be Able to Tell it and Clear up ail tile mysteries of incident of which the limited carrying capacity of the Carpathian a wireless has left the world in doubt seemed to depend entirely upon atmospheric conditions. The weather was thick on the coast last night not Only interfering it is believed with the wireless communication from the liner to Sable Island but probably with Ber rate of Progress to new York whither she is heading. Meanwhile other methods of communication with her than by land stations Are bring tried. From tile Virginia capes the scout cruisers Salem and Chester army with powerful wireless apparatus arc speeding toward the carpathia Ami before Many hours have elapsed it is hoped they will be in touch with her. To search for Bodle. All to e that some of the titanic survivor might la on la it Ard the parisian or the virginian had to be abandoned late yesterday when it was Learned that neither Steamer had picked up any one from the big liner. Search for Hodies in the Vicinity of the disaster it was Learned tonight would be taken up by the White Star line from Halifax where the Cable Steamer Mackay Bennett has been chartered to proceed to the scene and remain until further orders searching for Bodle. That May come to the surface. Up to 1 30 this morning so far As could he Learned at any of the coast stations no syllable of tiding had come from the carpathia sine she was Able by the Ald of the olympics relay Many before to Send wavering by ashore a list of the names of first and second Cabin titanic survivors whom she had on Hoard. To is thought feared would by the better word that this list now virtually is Complete. As for the rest. Direct advices from Sable Island reported that weather conditions were bad for transmission and that Only faint communication was had with the ship. She being barely within Range. It was thought too. That the wireless operator on the carpathia had become fatigued from his Long siege at the key and that lie was resting perhaps preparing for transmission of messages when the ship comes into communication with stations on the american coast. V. V % / apr or it is it jaws in n it a v-4 a in a a a a a is quot % i a a fill f a in in we tim Steps proposed for minimizing dancers legislation is planned for regulation of life saving appliances limitation mag be placed on size of vessels calling at american ports further regulation of it ireless imperative. Vav lilt i Blin in \ of ii in tit it neg it n a to or nether began i 16 a red i la i in arg it realest i Many t i ii in b or inn g do leg Iff Dot. Of to h in it a meager Hope bulletins kill of further rescues Nappila touch i military att. Held con a is to Rott Sld it r Tho opera in i by id. Fed new York. April 16.�?Only a faint Hope remains tonight that any of the 1,302 passengers Anil Crew a lib have been missing since the giant thai in Sank have Lawn pick i up by transatlantic liners. The 868 survivors rescued from lifeboats by the Cun Arder carpathia now on Ber Way to new York. Arc the Only known saved. Tti1 Brief and meager messages that came to band today virtually extinguished Hope that some or the ill-fat1 d passengers May have been picket up at sea by the virginian and parisian of of Allen line. Both these steamers sent word that they have none of the Titan log a survivor on Hoard. It out monies ton . I saved wag not known tonight. Ilia name was not i n Iii the list of the rescued. His wife and daughter were i rescued. I the Treasury department through the customs officers hat Given orders i to expedite the Landing of the survivor of the titanic and to Ald them in every Way possible upon arrival of the carpathia. Customs regulations have Bern suspended and the customs officers will Aid the survivors in finding relatives and Friend vice president Franklin said late tills afternoon that his list of survivors showed that 202 out o1 325 first Cabin passengers i nil 114 out of 286 second Cabin passengers had been accounted for. Want Lnu for or a is. Titanic probably vent to Bis grave with his ill fated vessel without one timing Able to communicate directly with the agents of ids line. Aside from the a pc. W sent by ids wireless operator not one word from him was received up to the time the til Nile a quot Uci to k.\, i. A. Probable in. Jot nit to Cabinet eminent Contr win it is a Hon which Mas result ii Ivy ligation into tim cause n the wreck end the enact meet of pro Lect Ive measures a begun Aith re. Obit ions offered by a press it Atli a Mott and Hardwick the Mott re Sulu lion provides for a a a arching in Quler by the merchant Marine committee the Hardwick provision provides for ving appliances. Under the Resolution the Mer Marln it tee would att As a court in i the attendance of witnesses. Vav on id ii Lull if. Utha. Tit ant do a d or a Pend and stay or e now 11 Aret b t / food Ella fit Reg Street in and a Broad Tho May r a rat Iff and has Loudon h a a a a a it car Der flu of it the full kinds at Lloyd i Moo underwriters in hard hit. Instructions wet All in Cunard Southern routes to b a bergs. He titanic following a cd of the Delhi big vessels has Ion among. Marln will by Long before n sum in a of various May in known and and syndicates May issued today that in follow the order to it a void the of. I quot la. Incomplete list of rescued passengers of the 868 persons rescued by the carpathia the names of 326 pay a Gers had been received by win Lea up to 4 30 of clock this afternoon. Tho carpathia evidently a nut it wire Tai less Range toward noon for after that be efforts to reach her with wireless communications were futile and a score or More of messages from the a unit d company and other sources were unanswered. At a of clock this afternoon Vul president Franklin of the White Star line Vaid that so far us ii know the olympic was still standing by the Star Pythia to relay wireless messages. He tul ded that he had received no word j from the olympic since 9 o clock this morning and had been unable to get either the carpathia or Olympia by wireless. To take longer lain. Or. Franklin said also that the steamship companies crossing the Atlantic had entered into in agreement to abandon the Short Northern rout in favor of the Southern rout As quot my As icebergs were reported in the pathway of the former course. The dispatch from Montreal that Hope was entertained that the in Olsian might have aboard some of the titanic survivors. Or. Franklin Corr to Teriza Das a a ridiculous report. He added a a in my opinion neither the parisian nor the virginian ohs and survivors the titanic was insured for la,000,00a. Or. Franklin said. On the Shin is added the White Star in quot would lose about s3.0fto.000. A stills will be the smallest part or our loss a he added. A attain Rostrom of the c Arnathia. Rnic last wireless report to the Oxnard Charles b. Summer general agent of the Amani line in this country. Sam tonight that he believed the Arnathia was within or to Miles of the titanic when the big ship struck the be re. Or. Summer who tried vainly to reach lha carpathia by wireless this afternoon said lie had no Way of telling where the carpathia was at i time but thought she was steaming for new York. She might i a within the new York wireless zone and a a to Send messages later a might he said he merely advanced this As a supposition. It was est mat <41 that Butin the scout Cruiser Chester and Lier sister ship the Salem would be in touch with the Boston wireless station before Midnight. The cruisers Are expected to communicate any information they May acquire to quot Washington. Early . Sank. The presumption i that it met i Dith at hts Post As a Gallant skipper j should. That he and his Crew a Nofori re rigidly the. Unwritten Law it it a the sea women and child n first i plainly in j a d Tea ted by the preponderance of women among the partial list of Surv ivors that i the wireless has Given. Although rated As on of the most Able commanders since the Advent of j the modern steamship a attain Smiths j career had been marred by til us k he was Iii command of the titanic�?T1 sister ship olympic when that vessel was in collision with that British Cruiser Hawk. Exonerated of ail blame for this occurrence he was placed in charge of the titanic Only to Graze disaster when his new charge fouled the steamship now York after leaving Southampton on her Maiden voyage which has ended so disastrously. He had been in the line s employ More than a years and ills first important j command was tits Majestic. Although 866 persons Are retorted to j to on the carpathia it is apparent that All of them Are not passengers. For it was necessary for lha members. Of the titanic a Crew to Man the lifeboats which set out from the liner. I How Many of the or w were assigned i to each boat is not known. A similarly unsettled matter is the i Ere a tug a of first class among those saved. Is i Llu the names a of survivors obtained a Yurgel it those to Sirman Alexander of the committee said a Day that the catastrophe would Stop the building of such a nor Nom vessels ii favors a Law i life saving outfit of similar vessel size of vessels which Villi ports. Till committee als i report a Mil to regulate of Saloon passengers la quot re quot women Pinnacles of fact concerning or to should apply equally to it a till seethe worlds greatest steamship Dishaw or a Cabin and Steerage a regulation term the sinking at 2. 3 a. In. Monday which May have a quot St the lives of of the great White Star liner titanic. I Natany prominent men above Deik. Off the Banks of no who Unalan Ltd stood 1 its Vatu i a it a out prominently inlay Capo race. Newfoundland april 16. A a the steamship carpathia which is believed to have on Board All the survivor of the titanic disaster started Early today to Send by wireless to this elation the list of the titanic s survivors. Great difficulty was experienced in getting Many of the names Correct and More than a score of names As made out hero did not appear at All on the titanic a original passenger list but it is believed Many of these were passengers who had booked at Thop last Ano ment. Tho receipt of the list of first Cabin survivors required More than six hour a Effort. So far As the name Check up correctly the following Saloon passengers or till titanic tire Safe on Board the carpathia Abbott mrs. Rose probably mrs. N. Aubert. Anderson Harry. Allen. Miss e. Appleton mrs. E. Astor mrs. John Jacob and maid. Barkworth. A. S. Baxter i. James. Bray ton George a. Beckwith or. And mrs. R. T. Behr Carl. Bishop or. And mrs. B Blank. Henry. Bonnell miss Cero line. Bowen mrs. G. C. Bower May miss Elsie. Brown mrs. J. M. Crown. Mrs. J. J. Calderhead e. P. A a Deb miss Churchill. Cardozo mrs. J. Cardeza Thomas. Carter miss Lucille. Carter mrs. William e. Carter master William. Case. Howard b. Cavendish mrs. Turrell maid. Chaffee mrs. H. F. Chambers or. And mrs. N Cherry miss Gladys. Chevre Paul. Clark. Mrs. Walter. Crosby miss. H. A. And c. Cummins mrs. John b. Daniel. Daniel h. Haren. Davidson. Mrs. Thornton. De seiners mrs. Dodge or. And mrs. Washington and son. Dodge. Miss Sarah. Douglas. Mrs. Fred c. Douglas mrs. Walter. Fantini or. Merk. Flynn. J. F. Fortune mrs. Mark miss Lucille miss Alice. Frauenthal. Or. Henry and mrs. Frauen Haj or. And mrs. T. G. Frolicher miss Margaret. Futrelle mrs. Jacques. Gibson mrs. Leonard. Gibson miss Dorothy. Goldenburg mrs. Samuel. Goldenburg miss Ells. Gordon sir and lady Cosmo Duff. Grade col. Archibald. Graham or. Graham mrs. A Graham miss Margaret e. Greenfield mrs. Lee d. Greenfield William b. Haraner Henry. Harder or. And mrs. George a. Harper Henry Sand Man servant. Harper mrs. Henry s. Hawksford Henry Hays mrs. Charles m., and daughter Margaret. Hays miss Margaret perhaps duplication. Harris mrs. Henry b. Hippach miss Jean. Hipp cd. Miss Ida s. Hogeboom mrs. John c. Hoyt or. And mrs. Fred Ismay j. B. Leader mrs. A. F. Lines. Mrs. Ernest. Lins miss Mary c. Longley. Miss g. F. Madill. Miss Georgetta a. Marshall Pierre. Marvin. Mrs. Menahan mrs. E. Manaban. Miss Daisy. Continued on Page twelve company said that his vessel was proceeding slowly through a Field of ice to this port. Runner to give Ald. President Taft late this afternoon directed the Secretary of the Navy to order the scout cruisers Salem and Chester to the scene from Hampton roads to meet the carpathia and Send by wireless to the government a Complete list of the titanic survivor the Chester was caught by wireless about 40 Miles off the Jenesa Peak capes and by 4 o clock a steaming northward aiming to get As Quick y As possible into touch with steamers having news hearing on the Dis St. R. Revenue cutters also were notified to stand in readiness to proceed to the carpathia. If necessary. In the event that the Salem had not sufficient Coal. Instructions were Given to dispute the Cruiser North Carolina instead. A possible Chance of obtaining news bearing on the disaster was a x pee ted Early this evening when the Leylan i liner California came into the on of wireless communication with Sable Island. The californian was reported at the seen of disaster shortly after the titanic went Down. And it was thought probable that she would have information to communicate. A attain Rostrom of Tho carpathia has been instructed to Send full details of the sinking of the titanic. Throng blocks Street. A Day tearful and anxious throngs swarmed the offices of the White St line and overflowed it to Broadway stopping traffic at times and keeping the police reserves Busy maintaining order. Col. John Jacob Astor is believed to \ be among those drowned. His wife j and her maid Are Safe on the carpathia. Isador Strauss the millionaire merchant Benjamin Guggenheim i the Copper magnate and Edgar j. Meyer vice president of the Braden Copper company still Are unaccounted for. Whether Charles Hays president i of the grand trunk Railroad was is sifted from the wireless Rej Orts revised estimates of loss of life 1,234 soul tile $10,000,000 steamship with cargo and jewels w it a i perhaps to 0o,o it it mar a total less. No mention is made among the survivors of col. John Jacob Astor his Bride who was miss Madeline i Ort a of new York Lias in in saved maj. Archibald w. Butt president tafts Aid still is unaccounted for. As Are Many other persons of International prominence. J. Brute. Ismay president of the International mercantile Marine owner of the White Star line. Is among the survivors As is his wife. Wireless reports say the canard liner carpathia Bas on Hoard 866 survivors the total thus far accounted for. She is steaming for no w y Ork and should arrive Friday. The rescued passengers Drift cd in lifeboats for Many hours to lore Succour came. Of the following summarized reports concerning the awful tragedy in the ice Fields of the Atlantic two were fraught with Hope a the Day dawned. The first was that the reams ship carpathia carried nearly 9"< survivors As against 675 reported to be on Board yesterday. The second said that the virginian might have others on Board whose safety would Cut the list of dead. Capt. E. J. Smith commander of the May Many prominent men above de that the names More obscure survivors would 1> i in reaching land. It the Llin Uril but l no a lion. Hop approximate statement of titanic disaster. First Cable passengers. Second Cabin passengers. Third Cabin passengers. Members of the Crow. Total passengers and Crew 2 number of known survivors a number who probably total number of named survivors. Approximately 20 lifeboats each manned by seven members of the Crew. Estimated saved Steerage passengers. Total. Amed survivors. 325 285 710 860 ,180 68 ,312 32 140 400 868 first Cabin passengers a women. 141 men 63 children 6 total 210. Second Cabin passengers women 92 men 16 children to total 118. Total number Cabin survivors 32. False news and Tai a Hopes and an intern Tiona belief that the pain Tai titanic was practically unsinkable followed the slowly unfolding accounts of her loss in a Way without pret i dents. Crowds in a dozen cities gathered j Aro und bulletin boards when it be it to known that the huge vessel had sunk and in new York Rich and poor alike cd a do a into the White Star of tace j St it King nows of their relative. A a invent Astor son of John to Fob Astor spent the entire nigh waiting for some wireless tidings of hi1 father Alt ornately visiting the we t Star Oliue and the newspaper office. The Speed with which the to his wus travelling when she shattered h a of against the iceberg will perhaps not be known until the survivors reach pc t. Shipbuilders her and a Reid must quot Rolt t Fiat Uhila the in of a it. St am or sep May defy wind and weather and fog remain an Ever present earn it of danger. A under Ordinary circumstances water tight compartments will preserve a ship from sinking a said a. L. Hopkins lies president of the Newport news shipbuilding and dry Doek company in new York. But smashing into an iceberg cd uld produce such shattering effects As would Render a ship helpless beyond tic pro t�<5tti�n of any design yet known in fore and Ift a collisions where the compartments Are punctured the lowering of either end of the ship produces an increased Strain on the other granting that Only the Forward Bulkhead of the titanic had been crumpled up with the Impact with the iceberg or. Hopkins was inclined think that the re Tive Bunyan a of the remaining compartments would have been sufficient to save the vessel. Inasmuch a he was not familiar with the relative division of the to a tunics compartments he con i not estimate How Many compartments must have Given Way under the pm pact of the collision. Shattering in Paet. Limit the Anteri an sex pet tit it a ireless. Or Taft a in Confluence nearly two hour Goth i Cabin firer shone function cover the ofter at Lynn of this new system of telegraphy. The were secret Aries Btl non Meyer Ami Nagle attorn Gen j Era i Wickers him a called in to give Legal advice is to the necessities no a legislative Way of additional Lse in recognition of the extensive interests of private corporation which have spent so much in the equipment of whips and store station with a or a let a station. Former attorney general Griggs and or Sheffield Rcpt seating the Marron i company. A a Ltd a were consulted White the technical to in of the question was discussed by Admiral roue Engineer in chief of the Navy whose Bureau Dir a is naval wireless systems. To discussion was general and touched particularly on the detail of the Bill. Which probably will be prepared in Tho Navy department to Kab effect to his requirements Ltd the Gen Era wireless convention to which America recently Suh scr be a. Condole Neeks a in oked. Lord Burnham cabled to president tuft a a Prev a a ing sympathy for the terrible in of so Many prominent and distinguished citizens and the spinning catastrophe which has befallen the titanic. My direction of the president fling Secretary Huntington Wilson sent a message in reply extending Mutual sympathy. The House adopted a its Lution a Ond Olem a to tile re int i v a of their live. On the to Luton offered by rep of Tennessee Loi re pressing those who lost tank. The res i re a Ntalie Austin. A thu solved. The quot this House 11." a with profound regret and sorrow of the appalling loss of life on the titanic and a pres is us deep sym path the relative of Tho a who perished in i that great reduction my by rules of Bourd it Titan Many person they would a Compty the White Star company at be Sago Ahi is Oats. heed Robert Stocker naval constructor of the Brooklyn Navy Yard sgd London. April 1�.-in response Telegram of inquiry a to the num of boat carried by the How Moda Liverpool sent till following a the titanic had 20 boats Jne res of the requirements. W.,-the question of the numb quot of boat tarried by steamers has i a discus Seil widely. It apr a that thou of Trad regulations permit or quot a to on by half in the number of rafts and buoyant apparatus t when the ship officially is of with air tight compartment but his Concession d is not apply to Ute jackets and similar apparatus. Not enough room. According to some Export it would be impossible to carry a sufi int number of boats to accommodate All on quot it Ard the Mammoth liner experts say that of carried it to i be next to impossible to Man an provision a sufficient number. It cannot be doubted however that the disaster w 111 Lead to a strict inquiry and a revision of regulations. This question has been under Dis Cus n for some time by the advisory committee composed of prominent ship owners Aud the Board of Trade committee and certain recommend tii us have been prepared which have not yet been made Public. Till titanic was fitted with electric ally controlled water tight compar to those should have closed those Vav a hid \ w \ r priv 16 Tom Formatin of tin if a owing apparatus on the Dyt uple a to a he it a of the t1-t Nile a i Given out today by the Bureau of a spa Otto a of to am vessels. Figure for the titanic Are not Avalt Ahly huts the Iii almost Iden tic Iii it six it is not to Likely that their equipment differs. The i Lymph a 16 he bits and 4 raft. A a leu Lanai to accommodate 1,171 Parsons. This Means about one third of the total number of passengers and a Row. Together Ohleh i 3,447, can to accommodated it is said at the Bureau that no ship is required to have sufficient Hoar room to Oil it. Complete pay Ngy or and Crew list. The it Dym Pic a Verri it a a life pres rovers and a life buoy and these equipments Are made in compliance with the regulation of the British Hoard of Trade. The Gnu St at a Bureau has no Jower exp it to be that udi Steamer meats the requirements of its Horn government. Bohi capacity not used Bays designer Lindon apr 16. Alexander car he i a sign r of both the titanic and that olympic c Iid today i thought Thor was such a to ins Ltd an unsinkable ship. When the news came that the titanic was sulking but the head i thought Likely so would re a a port. The fact that so Sank w thin four hours after the Impact with tits ice indicates that her Al w As torn a hit a or t Arlisle added everything Tomt could re a Onat it by be though of was done in the Case of the Titan Ami the olympic regarding the arrangement of bulkheads and Oil r details to minimize the risk of Ordinary As to the number of boars carried j by the titanic or article sail i a i am of the opinion that the Large i ships of a present Day do not carry a. Tiling like a sufficient number of i boats but Nill the Board of Trade i and govt in mints of other countries require sufficient boats to by Arriel ship i writer i cannot afford such extra top weight. As a matter of fact. Buh the Titan and the olympic w fitted with davits signed j r my capable of i or gang four to Iez the number of its it it Ull it fitted in the ships when a went it it sea. Although a Largo a ii Gin w As then left i think i am a red in saving that the titanic carried 50 or c it. More than the num a d Oats required by the Board of i Trade or Carlisle also thought the Board a Trad should make or compulsory Sci Chat tile water tight compartment in is of ships Between Sunset and Sun. I risk. In continued if the Points As to the closing of the water tight compartment door and the currying of beats Are carried but the Public will be 50 per cent the White Star company has Rev in i messages of sympathy from the Man emperor and Prince Henry of i Prussia. The loss of the titanic is so serious to the a underwriters it is asserted that the prices of Marine insurance will be stiffened greatly. A in the Case of the titanic. I am i mints hied lately operated from the ctidp., i Mam. / a it a a a i l inclined to think that her sinking was due to the effect of grounding rather than to the Impact of the collision. Frequently a ships atop in a collision on a Pinnacle Rolt k. Ripping open her Contin Al on Page eleven unless As surmised the collision d imaged the electrical apparatus As 11 Render this impossible or he Vass Side was torn away by an iceberg. At the Whit Star office in London More precautions neede0 acknowledges one expert Hamburg. April 16.�?albert Ballan managing director of the Hamburg american line in reply a it an inquiry today said referring to the possibility of incorporating further safety devices on Large vessels a the great shipping companies must continued on Page a Faveo

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