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Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - April 20, 1912, Atlanta, GeorgiaI i 0 i Jor men 9 educate yourself to Enow Good clothes. Come and see our latest display of Benjamin suite. We shall be to Point out their Many unexcelled features the new York style the Superb fit the Grace of the lines the careful work Manship the Superior Quality. At and up Benjamin clothes cannot be equalled Essig Bros. 26 Whitehall Street sectional bookcases and fitting cabinets Mower Hobart co., 1 and 3 South Broad St., Atlanta a. Of s o set t a o 2 so Fol Tat it j Bessie Wynne Genaro Bailey de. F. Reynard s in Cal Ryan and Tarmy. Franc and True Hica. next week Geo. Primrose Lyric this week matinees and saturday the virginian Lyric Geo. Sidney in Busy Izzy All new St Foffi will be Oil Ftp St. Building will front 100 feet on Forsyth and 80 feet on Luckie Street wireless Matuck to Post jumped from sinking vessel but died while aboard raft Reynolds Breaks adding records Seigiu cooped company reported in the Deal property was purchased recently by efforts to Here. Hugh Richardson for people have made several secure an office a Large department store will be erected of the Southwest Corner of Foi s the and Cuskic streets Iacoi digits to in authentic report yesterday Hugh Richardson who recently bought this Cirner Tor a coi was h used but declined to Tiomi t plans Ai bullying eight a f occupy 100 Fei t so feet on Luck a. Sti in of. Side of the Bui original lot pure Loo Sld ration of 000. In regard to the Stoi out and inform said to Call lot a Riib High which will to of Isth Street and e Street 1 his would 50 feet on the South Diug Ulm proved the i Kichard tet frontage on Foi Cost of the building he neigh boyhood of a Seth Stinett thus placed in 111 building is bums planned for a big new Luik department atone com pan which will open a Southern Branch House id Atlanta this com is press Mab the a Coli or Compani although or Richardson would nut state positively that these Are the people with whom h is Deal ing it i. Known that this company has Tiitu upon Al Al occasions to get a an table building and to Alius in Atlanta it is unti stood that the company has fail d acc Ritly in efforts to get a suitable site on peach tree Street for a store building and the proposed office and the new Vensk hotel Large tact Oil in the selection of Tho Lucio Street Coiner York april the first Marconi aboard the titanic Butok to Hie Post until the last jumped from the sinking ship was taken aboard the life raft and died before reached him. According to the Story told Here today by Thomas we Toly. Who was a waiter in the Salon of the titanic. Phillips was on the overturned Lifeboat with me Whitely said he was dead when taken aboard the oar path la. They tried to him. But it was too late there were four Bui lain at Sailor two Bre men and it is believed that Whitely s Story clears the doubt surrounding the Iden Tity of the fourth Man burled from the carpathia it was at nest believed that this Man was a Cabin a Saenger but Whitely declares it was Phillips i helped fill the boats with Whitely said collapsible boat no 2 on the starboard jammed. Ithe second officer was hacking at the ropes with a knife i was being tagged around the deck that rope when i looked up and saw Tho boat with Art aboard turn Turtle. In some Wiy i got Over Board myself and Clung to an Oak her big Stern Rose up in the air and t she went Down Bow first. I saw All the niacin Era drop out of her. Dur ing1 the half hour i was in the water j could hear the cries of thousands of persons it seemed although there must have Only hundreds i drifted near a boat wrong Side up. About Tel Rev men were Eling Lnor to her and refused to let me get aboard. Someone tried to hit me with an oar but 1 scrambled aboard there wan a bit of Panto when it first happened the officers had to use their revolvers the chief officer shot one did t see tills but three others then he shot himself . Everybody pretty much behaved splendidly especially the fire men. It waa a Black we struck and although the night was perfectly Clear it was impossible to see that color i so another like it when we Weie Drifting on the overturned boat new York Man astonishes the Bankers by his Speed. Harry Reynolds of new York broke All five world s records on an adding machine last night before the Atlanta chapter of the american Institute of he began the evening a exhibition with the recording of 100 checks and finished in 1 1-2 8-5. Paus ing1 but a moment he recorded 150 checks finish tag in 1 46 2-5 Hla rec ords made last night for 200 250 and 500 checks Are 2.23 2-5, 2.61 and 6.50, respect Lovely the old records Are 1 2 37. 3 07 2-5, 2 13 2-5 and Reynolds has been operating a machine for the past ten years but not until a year or so ago did he devote All his time to developing his Speed m m roller Stone of the Atlanta chapter by Oke his own Southern rec Oid for 260 checks record Long that num Ber of checks in 3 42 titanic pictures coming to Atlanta Hugh Cardoza received a Telegram last night from new work from Jule one of the managers of the United booking of ices the Keith booking Agency adv blog that twelve slides taken aboard the carpathia hid been mailed to the Forsyth pictures taken for one of the big newspaper agencies show actual in mid Ocean when the arrived at Tjie scene of the titanic Dis Aster showing wreckage afloat and the Rescue of survivors of the destroyed ship. These pictures will be exhibited in addition to the regular vaudeville Bill at the a Forsyth All next week. Atlantic lanes Are moved South j fought icy Waters 6 hours until carpathia came up new York. April d Daly of new York jumped from the deck of the titanic after it was announced that there were boats enough for Only woman and Hildien As he saw ship settling gradually he swam away with All his might to prevent being carried Down with the suction of the sinking line for six hours i beat the water with hands and feet to keep warm he said then i Wae picked up by one of the Carpathian which was cruising around looking for survivors it Wias numb with cold after a night which i can scarcely Bear to discuss even after i recovered from the chill and Shock i was practically prostrated by the nervous Strain and every mention of the disaster Agenda a shiver through me. There was no violent Impact when the collided with the ice i Rush to the deck from my Cabin got a life preset ver and when things began to Loose serious threw myself into the water the boat already had began Settle Friday in Congress. Senate. In session 2 p. In Cle Noial on Hilli Sikham in Migi Atlon Bill be 01 e adjournment adjourned at 7 28 p m. Until sat i Day at 2 o clock Hodge. Met at noon and adjourned at 12 11 p m out of respect to the memory of the titanic s dead interstate Corneice commission voted to recommend Pucka Bill to establish Pat eels and postal exp Ess women were Calm and helped Row lifeboats typewriter repairing. Am. Writing machine co. F titanic memorial service tomorrow at every Church meeting last night special mention was of the titanic horror the Praneis offered were for the hundreds who met death so bravely Rev Robert Mac Arthur gave a graphic account of the clip Athlai Thi tiling race with death she said news of the disaster had be come known to the Cun Arder Passen Gers and that scores of men Ami women were lined along the deck watch ing for the first sight of the crippled titanic has Ith the Aid of glasses mrs Crane continued we soon sighted the life i boats the first to come into View j was manned b women passengers and seamen aboard the carpathia were stunned she has sunk1 Sale an officer of the ship who stood near me and then i realized for the nest time that Many lives had been lost As the carpathia slowed up the women at the oars of the first boat did not seem to be the least bit i cited it was a remarkable thing the calmness of those women some were thinly Clad while others were dressed in evening gowns other boats came into View it seemed As though were coming from behind icebergs the women in the boats were too dazed Ijo realize their situation some of the boats were Only half filled and the men who had been lowing were completely exhausted when All the boats had been picked up and there wore no others in eight the first out burst of Prief was heard mrs Lena Rogars of Boston waa saved from the titanic in a boat which carried Tift five women passengers crowded to More than its a Palty. The Bont was in danger of being swamped when fourth officer Loup who had it in Haige succeeded in transferring some of his passengers to one of the other boats Omen transferred. A to left the titanic she -5ald, neveral men were on the Point of jumping into oui boat already Over Thev Wero stopped by officer Louvou drawing a revolver after taking us out of Range of the Titan in s Sui ton he Transf erred us to other boats that had not been completely filled and went Back after More from the sinking ship too much Praise cannot be Given the officer for his work mrs j j Brown of Denver Colo told of helping her own boat by Tak ing a at Para. Was no ont in the boat Efto of bulge the three Ine Pei fenced Sailor boys in the boat with her to get the Small boat away the most trying moment said Fri Brown. Was at the instant the boats were being away after j the were once away every body i seemed too to realize we u had happened until he carpathia picked us up immigration Bill passed by Senate Washington api 11 19 Ham immigration Bill with the t educational Tost be stored. In modified form passed the Senate today without division on the final Vou 1 it test adopted be quirks that evilly male immigrant must i cad and Wilde and a narc a that Ision a to immigrants from Canada and Otlien pm Miles of the Western hemisphere we o Wei i by in original Bill a Ellious would be exempted senator Williams a Mississippi moved to pm Clundt All p sons of vf11 can t it but his Anu Iid nit it waa lot 28 to or Root h Amend Mont Tii Foi the deportation of aliens snap Ling to overt now Otlien Rennu its was past d thin wan Saul to by intended to apply est Clalla to Antl Ann i lean tin hone is i Law is incorporated in tin Ginoris Bill the Ini to giant head tax in inc Rutht d from to i or Fornix in the Imron Luji it Lon service Pic provided the . Of Way. If you had a medic Ine that would Streng Finen the the stomach the Kline in and the bowl la at the same time make you St Ioner with a systemic tonic Don t Vou believe you would soon be Well 1 hats the lax Fos Way e ask you to buy the first bottle on the Moisiej Back plan and you will ask your druggist to sell of the second it Keps you whole insides right. There is nothing else made like Fos remember the Fos Engineer licenses must be displayed 14 m grand opera auditorium armory april 22-27 metropolitan opera company from the metropolitan opera House Mew York City i monday evening april 22, at 8 p. M., Aida Gadsky Homer. Rhee Caruso Gully do se0uroia, Hanchaw conductor tuesday matinee at la Harrar Alton mar tin de Segurola Reo Chiulian Ananyan Audisio Pleni Coral. Tanara. Evening at 8 p. M., Rappold in at p. M., Trout of Homer Bornig Gla Martin Gully Aulalo. Conductor sturans. Thursday matinee at 2 p. M., double Cavalleri Gadski a Lokham Jorn rom Hollan. Con doctor Tanara. Alten Caruso Bcott Bada re Schillan. Con Dictor sturans. Friday evening at 8 p. M., Farrar for la , torn or Mcwold Gully Ananyan 2 p Gadal a did slant a Griswold for Loci he Nahaj Ruya Daal Relac Bayer. Conductor Hertz. Evening at 8 p. M., Gluck we Civ Carura Alliy do 8e0urola, Ananyan 8am. Of Fri Bada. Conductor Surah of 80.enery, orchestra chorus and Ballet All aame used liar Thor at the metropolitan opera mouse of the opera. They n Hinds All to tacos at Man s i live a a Raknem or Whigob you to find a cims we Mph the if of life auditorium. Flags of the nation Droop at half Mast in Honor of dead the. Police have been asked by c 11 Multi hell Rio Quiny Van Tail of no 32 to Intel National Union of steam 1 no Inteia to in foist the i relating the proper displaying of i Kinet r licenses i engine looms the ordinance has not been Envoi ced according to Beti Etura Mitchell be cause of a defect in the state Law governing issuance of licenses to in Ginee is Foi heating plants but the Law wat amended 111 August 1910 and in mov Emboli the county pm Numis Slon ors approved Thi Law chief Beav ers has instructed the police to enforce the Law while nations Are gasping horror stricken Over the Tei Roble stories of the sinking of the i at titanic the flags of the tilted states Are Droop ing at half Nast on pm 11 y flagpole of the formal but sorrowful Token of the gloom which a shadows the countries of two continents w Ith the Shook and horror of the awful disaster still clutching like a Vise at the hearts of every Indr vadilal the by Lef Ortler has been sent out from the War department requesting that the flags of the nation be set at half Mast and thursday at every army Ppck on every Federal the drooping folds of the Star s and stripes bespoke a nations grief and at fort Mcpherson the lowered folds of the Brilliant Banner which usually flies its Challenge to the skies minute ii the Tragus happenings who h Are gripping the Bonifield at u nation of the order to lower the Flag of the Stein division Carne out of n new Ork thurs Raj adjutant Mineral an Drews signing the Brief dispatch at j Niue the of Keis at fort Mcpherson hastened to and shortly efter the mourning signal fluttered i the wind the in was no it Momal hut in Sil i the to in was lowered and solemn. Taught at half in i adequate tribute to heroism and Cour As Well As a sad recognition of rold Ocean s toll on human life t a death claims Man wanted by court dogged Faith in titanic was cause of Many deaths Paris april French survivors Fernand Mont Pierre Mare Hal. Son of the French Admiral and Paul chevre the sculptor conjointly cabled to the Matin a graphic Narra Tive of the disaster to the titanic in which they repeatedly insist that More lives could have been saved if the Pas sengers had not had such dogged Faith that the titanic was unsinkable Sev eral boats they declare could have carried double the number the three frenchmen say they were playing Bridge with a or Smith of Philadelphia when a great crunching mass of ice packed up against the port holes As they rushed on deck there was much confusion but this quickly died Down one of the officers when questioned by a woman passenger humorously replied do not be afraid we Are merely cutting1 a whale in life when the frenchmen s boat rowed off for half a mile the titanic presented a fairy like picture illuminated from Stern to Stern. Then the lights began to go put and the Stern reared or. Hathaway co. High in the air an immense clamor Rose on All sides and during an hour anguished cries rung out it was say the narrators like a great chorus chanting a refrain of death Home times the cries died out and Thon the melancholy chorus began again More terrible and More despairingly. Her Stern quivered in a final Spiser. And then disappeared the frenchmen and to Lear compan ions suffered bitterly from the cold they cried out to attract attention and a German Baron no was with them emptied his revolver in to air when finally the carpathia appeared a feeble Hurrah went up from the Small boats every one of which moved As swiftly As possible toward the liner corpses thro tit overboard. The frenchmen related tragic Inci dents As they were leaving the sides of the titanic. After All the boats had been lowered Many of the Passen Gers who had stayed behind too Long tried to embark on a collapsible raft which worked badly fifty persons climbed on the raft which was half filled with water one after another the on the raft were drowned or perished with the old. When Corpse was found in the Way it was thrown Over Board and Only Al Freert of the fifty who had taken Refuge on the raft were saved by the carpathia. Colonel Astor and Many of the oth ers were superbly heroic and Tho Crew of the titanic with Sublime abnegation fulfilled jts duties to the Story reads. Eczema Cut Ted in 1o 80 Days. The Paris Medicine co., 2024 Bine Street St. ., manufacturers of prove a tasteless chill tonic and laxative Bromo quinine have a new and wonderful discovery. Go Obj s they go eczema to when Charlie Isom and of ii Jack son Deputy i tiffs in tried the House of 33 Ila Moik place with a warrant for the arrest of Stevens wanted Foi fail it to appear Bercu e judge Hoane in the criminal court Thev led to a dismal room dimly lighted by Landles in the Lear of the House in in in old Neki o Mammy Stu ind hum pointing to a Corpse on a tooling Tible Stevens was at rested on a charge of disposing of Tope it and was freed on a bund of feigned by i u. Clai k who Leontly gained consider notoriety by signing the Bond of mrs aug Tiff h Trai c the accused Man failed to Appeal Biffie judge Roane but went before a higher trib Unal i be done my Best in doing my duty sew Yolk april it anything should happen to me Tell my wife in never York that i be done my Best in doing my duty that was the last message of Benjamin Guggenheim of the famous banking family. Dictated to a Steward Only a Short while before f the banker Sank to Hie death with the titanic it waa not until today that the Mes Sage was received by mrs Guggen Heim it was delivered by James etches a Steward in the first Cabin of the titanic to whom or Guggen Heim communicated it etches appeared at the St Regis hotel and inquired for mrs Benjamin . He said that he had a message from Benjamin Guggenheim and that it to be delivered in person i Africa and China at and China Are at War peaceful rela 1 tons were broken Oft Between the a i Tiona when Aline Haft an Ebony son of Ham entered the laundry of Joe Hoy a desc ple of confucius about 6 o clock Friday night and started a fuss Over a i bundle of laundry. Cje took up arms against the hostile Black Man and had it not been for the intervention of Call officers Hood and West would have flowed in the shop. No 6 Bast Karris Street. China s Represa Talve went to jail on a charge of orderly conduct. The afro american tied. I t aut pc x i j perfectly clean and does not Titan _ has t it Jena us 80c. It Ami titanic memorial thy for the survivors of the titisn4 is not confined to any country or any race it is a common grief special services will be held in the Central Avenue methodist episcopal Church coloured sunday night for the Surv to ing passengers and a collection taken for the needy announces j. A. Rush ps8jor-. Jesfifi1 memorial service for major butt at Tampa Tampa fla., april 19 memorial exercises were held Here by company of of the second regiment Florida state troops this afternoon in Honor of major Archie w butt who went Down with the ill fated titanic taps were sounded a Salute fired and resolutions of regret were adopted with the Flag on the Ai Mory at half Mast major butt was stationed in Tampa during the Spanish american War arid has Man friends Here All flags in this City Are at half Maht following the Lead of tin older issued by the government thut Flash on ill Federal build inti should to lowered out of respect to those who went with tiie titanic cuban Consul Bor has wired the sympathy of his government to president Taft april 9 an order issued today by Tolje Branch United Hydro graphic office at new York the lanes of Atlantic liners Are moved 180 Miles southward from that which was being pursued by the titanic when she ran against the Berg last sunday night. According to the understanding of the hydrographic office Here the Brit ish and Continental lines agreed to the following lanes of travel. The westbound track to follow a great grand Circle to latitude 39 de Grees North Long Turp 45 degrees West then along the 39th parallel to 50 degrees West then to Nantucket lightship then to Ambrose lightship the eastbound track from lightship to latitude 40 North Longitude degrees West then to latitude 38 degrees 20 minutes North and Longitude 50 degrees West then along the parallel of is degrees 20 minutes to 45 degrees West then the great Circle to Bishops Rock the Mediterranean boats to follow the same tracks when Westward of the 45th Meridian of West Longitude one titanic survivor Only 11 months old new York april is one titanic survivor who is not aware Attiat the ship went to the Bottom with 1 600 persons including his father Mother sister this survivor is travel s Allison 11 it months old who is at Thi hotel Man Hattan with the nurse and two maids who were saved with him his parents or and mrs h j Allison of Montreal and Slater Lorain 3% Jears old were left on the deck of the titanic when the last Lifeboat was Low ered. Washburn tells of letter from brother Moon a Apoll s Washburn a Boston travelling Man who spent today in Macon has a Broten r r Vav Ashburn of new who went Down on tin titanic mini other was in the show bus mss said or Burn did had been abroad booking novel Loi fir i big vaudeville circuit 1 had a Lelu r from him the Dav i was to bail Oji the titanic tilling nit of h s int nation to Cross on the Lilg boat Vav h n 1 heard the had just boats to Tare tie a Cirn i was Vuro Niv Brot Lici was not said for in would not Leavo Tho boat while an of the women remained if you Are buying a truss remember that if it does t it properly it will not Only rub and chafe and Hurt but it May result in a very dangerous con oltion Don t Ever take chances with children s trusses Jacobs pharmacy has the Best equipped truss department in the South and by far the largest Stock of trusses elastic Hosier belts bandages abdominal sup porters Etc at our Mam store we have fitting rooms quiet ant secluded with men and women attendants and the Best professional ice is always at command free of charge rupture is serious always get the Best professional Jacobs pharmacy it costs no More Jacobs pharmacy Atlanta a. 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