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24 Apr 1912

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24 Apr 1912

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Indianapolis Star (Newspaper) - April 24, 1912, Indianapolis, IndianaThe Indianapolis Star. April 1912. Ocean gives up 77 ship victims Hope renewed that Many More bodies from the titanic will be recovered. No other notables found local Man titanic survivor identity of George b. Widener j established beyond doubt j by wireless messages. I to the Indianapolis new april 23 with seventy seven bodies recovered from the sea at the scene of the Many of them was renewed tonight that Many More of Wie Vic Tims will be picked up brought to the Cable Steamer which is conducting the sent a. Tireless message to the White Star offices today giving the mimes of sixteen identified dead. Three of re members of the Crew and the others but of the latter the names of pol. John Jacob maj. Archibald Avilliah t. Stead and other notables lost wit h the titanic did not Appeal. It was established through wireless communication during the beyond All doubt that the body As that of George to. Is that of b. Widener of son of p. A. 3 millionaire and director of the White Star new list of names. The1 list of names reported by by the Cable ship via the steam ship Royal George and t ape Folio Mack. X. Mcnamee. Vassilios. Vear. Mana Gran. Sage. Farrel. D. Hansen. Kelly. Adahl. Hale. D. The message added. 1ms been embalmed. P All passengers. Have also identified j. Assistant g. Hospital and butt of Crew. Total bodies to Date Check off names. Officials of tie White Star Lino Wero Able to announce that they had checked off with tie Aid of their passenger lists some of the names of the identified dead which had been by the Mackay Ben Nett. The list first class w. D. Douglas. Ramon Arta Aveytia. Fred Sutton. A. A. George w. Widener. Second class passengers. m. John h. Chapman by wireless As John w. Corblies by wireless As w. W. H. Harbeck. John Gill by wireless As j. S i Nicolas Nasser by wireless As n. E. Coles mrs. Mary Mack. Heginald Hale by wireless As Reg Steerage passengers. Mary Mongan or Mangon by lest As Mary James Farrell. James Kelly. Henry cd. Hansen. Maultz Dahl by wireless As Nauretz Leslie Gilinski. Earnest p. Tomlin. Josef Praz Novic by wireless As Osipe by wireless As Malcolm Neave Williams by wireless As Laue Many not verified. The officials have not been Able to verify Many names As reported by were the following names of identified dead recorded by Are not on the passenger lists of the steamship w. George h. W. R. Batt. A. Jerry and Steward no. 76. A doubt that the name of n. E. Coles rasher As received by wireless by tie White Star line is that of col. John Jacob Astor was dispelled this morning when the wife of Nicolas Nasser told the officials that n. E. Coles rasher must be her husband. The steamship aay also that the name Nasser la on their hats. The Mackay Bennett Cable will re main near the scene of the dts Ster until h has recovered 300 it is thought the ship will Endeavor to reach Halifax on Friday. Socialist placed on ballot. S. A con Ference with the attorney general the Secretary 6f state decided to allow the socialists a place on the primary bal which again gives them a party standing in the one spy Glass held Power to save titanic concluded from Page one. Stood there and that was the order enforced. No men got in that Speed of the ship while at Tell ing of the occurrences on Board the titanic after it the witness smokes pipe after was very Little Impact. I was half asleep and half awake and i won. Dered sleepily where we were anchoring. I walked out on deck after three or four minutes and saw nothing then i re lighted my pipe and dressed leis for it was near time for my watch. Just i finished dressing or. Boxtail rame up and i asked him what was the he said we have struck an ice lowered Forward the were thirty six or the hey Seveiri per i walked Back and saw Artmen in it. Then we turned to the next coming up. Mat. I was surprised that the sailors asked what was the matter. They Weie not at their posts As s in i looked Down Waul and saw the water flow me naimji3 Usu nut Usu. T r j t seemed to Short of sailors j went up of deck and met a Charles Conner recovers health rapid improvement noticed after Short treatment with new preparation. City life cause of trouble Public Are astonished Quick j results accomplished in every Case. Tin of the sailors did not impress to. Seemed to Short of Sai around lifeboats where i was. In a dressing gown who shirt to i tame on deck first it seemed to there s no time for fooling then thut about 100 Stokes came up with their Gunny sacks and crowded the of the a splendid l to t in know who that Man was 4. Or Man told me t drove these men right off the deck. Bet the women and children in the drove them Hoo j boats. 1 lowered one of them. Or. Ismay l we got to the next boat a Quad the boat helped me. I put i Tonus of a and Sailor were put in and the in a number of them and a few boat was tilled with women. We Raen Hen i called for More but Ralpd out for More Lomeii Ami some would were none to seen then i 1 not leave their stepped Back on the ship again and officer Murdock told me to get in the boat woman to Row. Maj. Peuchen said that in the life the quartermaster in charge made a woman Row while he held the i steering for a major de did not exist so far As he could see. The Quarterma Issei refused to turn about and attempt to pick us i the witness. We began to hear signs of the breaking up of the we heard a j sort of a Call for help after the then a rumbling sound. 1 think the to i talc a lights were still on. Then Thero was then another. Then is. Err Ful cries. Frightfully affected All the women in our boats. At first it was horrible to listen to. And Row around to the after Gangway. J thought that was the thing to because 1 expected to bring All of the passengers Back to the ship the passengers reluctant to get into the the witness said that just before the boat pulled away officer Murdock leaned Over and Shook hands with him and said Good old said ing to remain near the ship in Case wind should Spring Sailor Lookout mate on the to followed Pitman on the was in the Crow s nest at the time of the collision. He had been he to keep a Sharp and at seven Bells p. He reported a but the sounds grew fainter he sounded three it hmm we were about five i he and then telephoned to the o r a in i i i a w y. The women Row in the and they were very plucky about it. Too. They worked with a will. One helped me until she became ill from the hard work and was forced to you know who those women maj. Papuc Hen named miss e. A. Nor of Acton mrs. Walter of a los mrs. Lucien Bridge that there was an iceberg ahead. No glasses for Lookout. Tie admitted that he thought there was he did not know just How survivor seeks rest before coming Home Harry Homer. Titanic writes sister Here that Shock causes suffering. In roman Days and As Early As 25 years be fore it a recorded that Iron was Given to peo ple As a blood builder and there is not a physician living that does not prescribe Iron for his patients when in a run Down condition. The kind of Iron the physicians think most of. Ii to be found in the Iron up compound which every drug Gist u familiar with Iron up Digesu your food and relieves con Mimi ton at the same time. When you ask your druggist for a Large Box of Jitou u find in 1v_three kinds of tablets. Tablet no. Vav Only removes All the of Flag or decaying matter from the with it your bad tit Tufi. Foul breath coated Tongue. It s wonderful. Twenty four hours after you la like a new person. Tablet no. 2 will digest a heavy meal without the slightest fun or discomfort and relive the belching in live besides overcoming and stomach nothing it. Tablet no. 3 is the Iron Tablet. It to the red corpuscles of the red Cheeks and nourishes the on which depend your strength and happiness. It s sure to act. One trial con Vinces Tropic up is sold at All drug stores at one Del Ltd a tin Box. Every Box contains a guaranteed certificate from the for satisfaction or Money refunded. Iron i p is f Stried in the Best drug stores. Far set e Hemy j. Huder. James j. Flor one drug company. Pm word h j. F a it mrs. Louise the a Sirenia has re phed a letter from her Harry havens i one of the survivors of the baying1 that he is suffering much from the nervous Shock occasioned by tie and that he intends taking a trip to san i for his health before re turning to his Home Here. The which was very gave nothing of the details of the wreck and of How he was but merely stated that he was in t he icy Ater for four hours. The last tune mrs. Logsdon heard from her brother before the Accident was when he was in Cairo. Several weeks but she says that As soon As she heard of the Wruck she Felt that he was in it. She told her friends and neigh Bors in the Flat that aha was sure that he was a passenger of and immediately began buying newspaper she finds list. At last she Learned that his name was on the passenger but the accounts were so conflicting that she was not sure he survived until receiving his letter. Or. Homer travels for. A land company in Texas in which he is and his duties carry him to All parts of the country As Well As to Europe. The trip from which he Lias just returned was Hla fourth abroad within the last year. He was born in and his father was or. H. A. A Well known physician of county. He and mrs. Logsdon were the younger Chil Dren of the family and from childhood have been almost inseparable. His duties kept him on the Road most of the but he always Matte mrs. Logsdon s Home his Headquarters and received his mail there. On his Short visit s Here he made Many friends and acquaintances. Astor will expected to give son Vincent believed almost Only beneficiary by instrument soon to be filed in new York. New april 23. It became known today that a new York Law firm will file for probate within a few Days the will of col. John Jacob actors who perished on the titanic. It is understood that this is a comparatively new made after col. Aster s marriage to miss Force. The lawyers to give any details As to the disposition of which is estimated at at the time of his second marriage col. Astor settled on his in View of it is she relinquished her Dower in order that the estate might remain intact. As provision has also been made for the first mrs. Lawyers Gay that the bulk of the estate will go to col. Astor s who will it intact. For 1912 col. Astor was taxed on real property in new York valued at Omesa Oil for pains in the Back a us hair with this Woith pc Foi Fol Flor try Quick Relief. It pen through the ports of the skit fear that and the Tift bottle All telegraphic bits declares card game halted titanic panic survivor asserts players allayed fear of know ing ship mow april group of Man passengers in the titanic kept k card game going for three quarters of an hour after the Steamer struck the Berg to allay fears of others was told today by fee urge one of the first Cabin passo Gera. Bradley was playing Bridge whist in a room far on the ship and Felt Only a slight Shock from the collision. B. Harris was in another party in the same Bradley and left his game to go on deck with Bradley tar investigate. Or. Bradley found Bis saw Iver to one of the boats and then came Back to the room to which Bradley already had returned. Told me there was said for the Sake of the women and children to make no excitement the orchestra played Alexander s rag party realized stakes. Was t a Man in the party who ddn a realize the stakes we were playing there was t a Man who did t know what those hysterical musicians were playing for. They played played any thing they had a mind and finally struck up my to we knew that the time had and it was t any use to Bluff any longer. People crowded around us and watched us play the game feeling there could be no danger. When that a different feeling old hymn possessed them. They knew that it was time to go if any one of us hoped for a Chance to get off the any Man was going to save him self not one of that crowd knew. It took Only a few moments on deck to realize that we All too late for the lifeboats. The last ones were being Bradley said that he ran Between decks and managed to get into a boat As it was the boat was not a bit he but it was not More than 100 Yards from the titanic when went Down. Score in party contests for National delegates Republican. O c i n new mrs. Walter Doug and and g. B. I Burnham of Denver As among those in the Many of whom handled oars. The major said there was still room in some boats which left from the port Side and he could not understand Why More men were not taken off. Could find no carpathia steamed All around scene of the wreck and we did not see a the major said. Seems strange to As i should think the life belts would have held bodies dead or for four or five he said he was certain that none could have lived in the icy water More than an hour. Who were on the upturned boat and were rescued and who had their feet in the he themselves alive by clutching1 each other. Their feet were several senators asked if the fact that there was no general alarm sounded after the collision might account for the fail ure of Many women to appear on the decks in time to get into the lifeboats. He thought that maj. Peuchen told the committee he thought that if the lookouts on the titanic had had glasses the ship might have been saved from the collision. You there proper discipline on the part of the in loading the of the Crew that i saw working in lowering filling the boats could not have been but they were too i was surprised not to see More sailors at their stations and also surprised that More people were not put in the the major was then excused. Had been intended to Call fourth officer foxhall when the inquiry was resumed this but he was and h. J. Third officer of the waa called to the stand. The witness said that he was present during the trial tests of the but said that there were no trials for Speed. He told of the titanic s departure from Southampton and said that the weather was excellent from that time until the big liner reached the spot where it collided with the iceberg. He said that boat drills had been held at Southampton and at t he drills consisting of lowering and lifting two else senator Smith asked. The Drill was to satisfy the British Board of Trade. We sailed around the Harbor and then returned the the wit Ness said it was customary aboard ship to have boat and fire drills every sunday. In the Southampton Pitman approximately eight men went in each boat. Sixteen men in Drill Only sixteen men participated in this suggested senator Smith. There any fire Drill on the titanic after she left. Pitman said that he was on the Bridge during saturday afternoon preceding the disaster but that he saw a icebergs and heard nothing about the presence of ice. He that he had heard of a wireless message being received that there was ice in the Vuk Unity of the titanic. He understood that or. Boxham put this message on Chart. Senator Smith suggested that the proximity of ice was indicated in a number of such As the effect on the the change in the glint of Sun or Moon Light upon them. The wit Ness said virtually the Only Way to Dis Rubama. 24 Colorado 12 Connecticut 14 Delaware 6 cot. 3 Florida 12 Georgia 28 Hawaii 6 Honolulu 6 Illinois 58 Indiana. 30 Iowa 26 22 10 12 6 2 12 26 6 6 2 20 10 .2 56 10 president a blamed his Choice of boxes for the May music festival in Cincin Nati May 7 to 11 by a bid j. Pierpont Morgan was one of the Central figures at the inauguration of the International Art exposition in tuesday. A Bill has been introduced in the British Shoupp of designed to Dis establish four Welsh dioceses As a part of Tho of Canterbury. The trial of George Esson for the murder of Thomas who was found the Steps of a port Huron has been comm Ltd in port i an Advance of 10 per cent in wages to employees granted by hip Boston managers of the loading lakf1 Roj Jon Copper mines is expected to to followed of other mines soon the new transatlantic Steamer which was ordered by Tho North German Lloyd at the sri Ichiau shipbuilding Yard at Bremen is to have a displacement of tons in Stead reported. The death list in an explosion and lire in the Coll Coal mine near Madisonville. By has been increased from five to six. Fire in the Plant of the Allentown rolling Mills at caused a loss of Sio . A hearing is being held in on an application for an injunction to re Strain the Osceola consolidated com Pany from holding its annual meeting and permitting the Calumet Herla mining company to its fort rec in the election it has bin the Calumet com Pany is attempting to dominate the business through a common Board of directors. Moore to be tried the Board of Public safety this after noon will hear the changes of conduct in becoming an officer that were filed against patrolman Arthur Moore recently by superintendent of police Hyland. Moore shot and killed his District part John a few weeks ago. He was suspended immediately and has refused to give or. Hymand any details of the shooting. He also has employed an to conduct his defense. It was reported at the City Hall yet furday that he expected to hand in his Resigna Tion and not stand trial by the Board. Moore also faces an indictment for Mur Der returned by the Marion county grand jury. Kansas Kentucky -23 Louisiana Maine Michigan Mississippi Missouri Nebraska 1 Nevada new Hampshire new Mexico new York North Dakota Oklahoma i Oregon 1 Pennsylvania 6 Philippines South Carolina Tennessee Vermont Virginia Wisconsin 10 26 totals .3b3 213 6 36 18 i democratic. State. O 3 2 c b 3 Illinois 58-58 Indiana 30. 30 Kansas 20 20 Maine 12 1 5 i Missouri 36 36 i North Dakota. 10 10 i Nebraska 16 16. New York. 90.90 Oklahoma .20 10 10. I Oregon 10 1q. Pennsylvania 76 2 74. Wisconsin 26 4 20 far ahead the iceberg was. Senator Smith asked the witness at this juncture whether lie had glasses in the Crow s nest. Fleet answered in the negative. It customary for the lookouts to use glasses in their but they did t give us any on the titanic. We asked for them at but they said there were none for did you ask for the the second expected had a pair from Belfast to South but none from Southampton to the place of the became of the glasses you had from do not if you Hud had glasses could you seen the iceberg asked senator Smith. Could have seen h a bit said Fleet. Much to get out of the Fleet was then excused. One sensational statement after an other is being made in connection with the new tonic that1 is accomplishing such remarkable results in Indianapolis Charles residing at cos North Alabama this i had to say i is the first Medicine i have taken that really does what they say. I have been dead on my feet for several years. Everything seemed wrong with me. I had stomach could t eat j or sleep had Little and was troubled with went to the drug store to try this new and one of the specialists told me i had nervous debility. I got the and it s the Best on Earth. It helped me right made an other Man out of me. When i think i Felt when i came dragging in that and How i feel id like to find some poor fellow that feels like j j did and buy him a bottle of this vita1 and say to this is Worth More to you All the Money in these specialists claim that a Large percentage of the especially affected with nervous debility. One of the specialists said in this symptoms of nervous debility Are unmistakable to those who know How prevalent this trouble a drag Ging feeling of the a sluggish mind and Dull depression of stomach weak i cold and trouble. These Are sure indications of nervous and modern life in big cities produces it in untold will positively remove this condition. If it does t the trial costs As the tonic must do the work or we Don t want Money for is going to astonish As it is actually Worth its in Gold to a Man or woman afflicted with nervous debility. Enthusiasm continues to prevail generally where the new product called has been used. The great amount of Good which seems to have been accomplished is the cause of considerable excitement by those who have seen its wonderful work. Case Case of people who were comparatively i nervous wrecks and those who have been and the results of were said to have been astonishing in nearly every Case. Be. Purchased at Weber s and All other drug stores. Coroner gives murder verdict in Harris Case document not made but is rushed before sitting grand april mrs. Larry b. Whose charred body was found in the ruins of her country Home Northeast of Here on the evening of was murdered and the House burned to cover up the according to the verdict of Coroner a. G. Which was filed this afternoon. The Yard let was not made but or. Shauck that his finding was that of murder. Immediately after the verdict was on file Deputy prosecutor John Cheney of who has charge of the special session of the grand snatched the document and rushed to the grand jury room. It is stated that the state s attorney did not desire the verdict to become Public be cause of possible injury to his Case. The Coroner has had his verdict ready for several but has been held off by the state. It is inferred that the verdict charges some person with the but All the Coroner would say was that his finding was one of murder. Orders freed. Judge remster acts in Hareas Corpus suit Dan r. Young of who has been confined in the Indiana Hospital for the has been ordered released by judge remster of the Marion circuit court in a Hareas Corpus suit. Young testified that he sent to the Hospital As the result of efforts on the part of his father to get him out of trouble and Jait because he was found guilty of operating a the court has received a letter from the Young Man s father denying the but admitting the insanity proceedings were started because the boy had caused considerable trouble. Cover the proximity of icebergs was to see them. Senator Smith sought to make the witness admit there were other Indi cations. Are convinced there is no other Way of asked the senator. Is no other Way. Science May hold that there Are numerous but they have never been the witness said that he did not see the quartermaster on fhe titanic test Tho temperature of the but that he saw him prepare to do so. Asked about the iceberg seen monday by survivors in the lifeboats. Pitman said that some of them towered 150 above the surface of the water. You Tell what ship was making sunday asked senator Smith. Twenty one and a half knots an nothing to what we expected her to it was he that the titanic could make Twenty four knots an but h e denied that any attempt was being made to reach that Speed. He said that the ship did not carry Coal for that. Asks for boy s death. A damage suit for for the death on feb. Of Little Leonard f. Son of Frank a. Was filed yesterday against Benjamin a. Richard son in the Marion circuit the child was killed when the defendant s automobile backed on to him As he ran a few Steps in front of his Mother. The damages Are asked for loss of the child s services. The plaintiff alleges negligence and carelessness. Charles Branham settled his damage suit against the by ram foundry company in Superior court. Room the consideration being the settlement was made before the defendant s introduction of evidence that the plaintiff suffered from imagination instead of injuries. Ratify mine scale tomorrow. The wage agreement reached recently by the operators of the Central competitive states and representatives of the United mine workers of America will be ratified formally in Indianapolis when representatives of both parties will Claypool hotel the a referendum vote taken by _ Cost racist he denied that the officers discussed the District presidents. The miners makes possible the ratification of the agreement at this time. Four representatives of the operators will be in attendance. The miners will be repro. Sealed by president John p. Frank j. And and Edwin several what s the matter wet your the Young Many an old for a child. In families of mrs. A. The we befit Point of woman i Hap piness is reached Only through Moth in the clasping of her child within her arms. 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