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OENJ SVA DAIL Y TIMES, FR IDA Y, MA T 17, 1912 . PERISHED MISERABLY IN DRIFTING BOAT Walter Jauncey of This City Tells of Seeing Titanic Lifeboat Picked Up With Two Dead Bodies In It—No Pood or Water Left. . IR O N IN G OUTDOORS Walter Jau acey of Geneva arrived in (New York ye sterday on the & S. Oceanic having left Southampton on the 8th and in crossing tak ing aa ex- \ treme southe-ruly course almost as far south as the Azores. W hen within approxim ately 400 miles from whore the ill-fated Titanic wont down they sigh ted a <'ol lapjs «bk> boat aw ash in mid-ocean. C apt. Smith changed the course of t*i« eteeuaer somewhat and was soon alongside the boat, wthon they made a gruesome discovery. In the bow of the boat was a fireman and a sailor, both wit h lifebelts on. They were akin by side end dead; in th e *tern of the boat was a passenger who was identified a? Mr. Beattio th e Chicago millionaire. There is no d oubt iby the articles of wearing apparel and jewelry that was found in the boat that there were ladies who had perished from starva tion and exposure, m*d apparently aa fast as they died , some ef their cloth ing were removed and their jewelry, which, was placed in the bottom of t he | boat, after which the bodies must hav e been put overboard. The bodies were in su-dh an advanced state of doeoni- position tha t all were buried at s ea with th e Union-Jack, at half mast. How long these poor people sustained life is a question but every vestig e of food and water waa gone, nothi ng whatever being in the boat. This now accounts for the last boat. Mr. Jauncey crossed over en th e Red Star liner Lapland , and there were on board the crew, stewards, etc., of the ill-fated Titan ic with many of whom IMJ. Jauncey is well acquainted and they gave hi m particulars of th e wreck. Outside of this gruesome discovery the balance of the voyage was u nevent ful excepting some fog. Wou ldn't it be nice if you could do your ironing out on the cool airy porch when the weath er gets real hot? That's just what the modern housekeeper do es, for she uses the Electric Iron the iron that gets heat fro m the lighti ng socket and does not require any hot stove. Don't you want to try electric ironing this summer? College Rotes, The favorable chang e iu weather conditions relie ved the officials in oL;irj'e of the track meet of a load of responsibility. Heretofor e t he weather ma n has always been k ind on the d ays effected, with the possible exception of the fir st meet, wh en a sligh t driz zle in the early part of the afternoon gave a gloomy aspect that tended to k ep the erowd away. Tha track contests always draw the biggest crowds of any athktic event stage d on the campus during the year, excep t when the Roch es ter Hobart gridiron b attle is p iayad in this city . The first of the visitors began to srrive this afternoon. They wore met at tliti various stations by committees *ho escorted them to the different dormitories and fraternity houses. The majority of the entrants however, will arr ive on the ear ly train s tomo rrow. The heavy ra in of th e past tw o da\ r n ha d no eff ect on th e cind er track other t ha n to pack it down more firmly. Wit h a fast track an d the ca libre of the compet 'tors some inters chola stic tra ck records will undoubtedly be s hattered tomorrow, i i The heav y rain ha'ited lacrosse prac ti ce yesterday afternoon. Toronto U ni versity will be the ne xt opponen t of the Orange and Pu rple stiek ers. th e former being scheduled for an appear- ance next Thursday afternoon . This will be the first gam e on the C ana dians' annual trip, which is always de- toted.-until-their-~annjjaj summer va cation begin s. Th eir col leg e c' toses ear ly on account of t he fact th at th ey have nn recesses during the year. They are th> collegiate champion s of the Dominion, ;ind__after Hobart ' a experi- W4c with Harvard and the Orescent local fans are due^fg see a sterling ex- hibition of the visitors' nat'onal gam - ?. One quality, the best. Kitchen . , --— New England Sale of Plume* tomorrow, Flint's, T, M. C- A. - is nu iii in i sm "KNiP" CLOSES OFFICE. "Tor Lack of Salary and Expenses** States Notice Placed on Door. A notice was foon d posted on the floor of Wt office of City Sealer of tt^KhN wftd Measures katppenfeerg thir morning stating that the offic was closed owing to the lack of salarv and expenses. Mr. Knippenberg has performed the duties of the office as provided for under the terms of the ordinance now in force and the citv is at present with out a sealer. It is fipeeteil that the state departmen t will take action in the ma tter immfi- fliately and tha t the city official* w ill »«iler. Smith Opera House. An agreeable surprise was given the audience which saw the opening of the Keith vau deville at the Smith Opera Hous e last night. Maye and Ad-les opened the bill with take-offs and songs that took so well that the two sisters wore recalled many times. The mysteri ous Ev elyn, with a male escort, intro duced soma magical and disap pearing acta that made the people sit up and larke notic e. A floc-k of dovoa was let loose into tiie a udience , after which thei r head s were raismatedeik l:olE th their heads were twisted off and mis- mated, so that black doves flew with white heads and white with: black, to the (Might of th 1 * audjence The fea ture at the Motio n World tonight, Vn.g) viol in is > !V •'llass ical mus ic, frag time, popular sonars, all were handled wilth rafe ability, white the young musician kept time to her playing with artistic dancing. Moti.m pictures were also shown. The prices for the bal ance of the weok, tonight and tomor row matinee and night, have been re duced to twenty eemts for the floor, fifteen for the Balcony and five for the gallery. Motion World. A Yitagraph headliaer is the fea ture at the Mation World tonight, "T ie Kent R")ad," whklh shows the arrogance, oT th o newly rich and a quick,, come down from their pedestal of glory, A Pathe picture, "Cowb oy Girl s," s.hows the fallacy of school grirls who try ranching it. "Acco rdin g to La w" is * dever Selig take-off on the country's red-tape as applied to an ignorant foreigner. At the Star. The "Redemption," declared to be the world's greatest sensation, is being shown at the Star today. The picture shows 500 people in 50 different scenes and is displayed in thrse complete reels. Tn addition to this big feature picture there is being shown "Thje (Salted Mine" and the "Katzenjammer Kid s." "Th e Katzenjammer Kids, " Star. High School Notes* 8. A. Lane of Niagara FaTis, formerly of this city, was in town yesterday. Andrew Theobald , Hobart '11, now city editor of the Natche z News, of Natchez, Ten n., was in this, city today. Mrsv 4S, B. Cartridge of Phelps was in Geneva yesterday for the alumnae luncheon at DeLancey School. W. B. Courtwright. traveling freight agent for th e C. B. & Q. B. B., was in Gensva yesterda y on business. Mrs. Robert Monagle of San Fran cisco, Cal., nee Miss Belle Black, of this city, is expected here within a day or so to visit her parents, who re side near Flint.. Mr rs. Florence A- Lewis of Elmwood avenue and Miss Frances Gregory of High street, w*ho (have been sp ending the winter in Orlando, Fla., returned to their 'homes iu this city yesterday. Lester J. Malone of 'Bnffalo Is in town vis iting his father, John Malone, Main street. Mrs, Arthur Hyde and sen Robert, of Whn.ira, who have been visiting Mrs. lEai rol d Ri'gby of LaFayette avenue, Hft toda v for a month 's visit at Dolge- vilile, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. Ivor Body an d child sail on the Ounard Liner Carmania tomorrow to emend the summer in Ewg- Band. Miss Viol et Rio of New York City is visitin g ncr aieter, Mm. McL aughlin, of ft North Wadsworth street. F. ,T. Wirtz, of Brook s treet, who ha s <b?c n on a Ave wok s' trip through the Middle W est, is home for a two weeks' etty. Tes ter day Mr W irtz had as his gue st, Mr. Chmirleswort h of Detroit, Mich. WiWiam 8. Bigetow ef Homing is the guest of bis sister, Mrs. P^ H. B rown, of 31 Elmwood avenue. Rev. A. B. Temple, D. D., is i n Louis ville, Ky., as delegate to the Presby terian General Assembly from the Ge neva Preffoyterial Bociety. He will be absent ten d ays and Rev 1 . J. Wilford Jnctks, P. D., will condmet servi ces in hie church at Numb er Nine Me coming Sunday. Mm . A. B. Stewart ef Lyceum street f»i in Rochester yesterday attending the anTiuaf r conv ention of the Intern a tional SuneArine Society. Fears That Body of a Child May Have Been Buri ed There at Night "T V Katzen jammer Kids ," Star. Obituary. * Mrs. Frances John. The tnvittl of Mrs. Frances John '"ok place this morninp at S:30 o'clock ««n her late home on Torrey Park, and « 9:15 from St. Francis de Sal** 'ini rch. Interm ent in St. Patr ick' s _Pood saw, Thalmaa's Art Sto re *; "I0ITUW. VSNITII OrKHAjJOlKSK ^""day, Friday. Saturday. May 16.17-18. Keith Vaudeville j AN D Motion Pictures Matinees 2:30 Evening* 7:30 and &45 Prices 10 In observance of " Peace Ba y," wibich is to be celebrated tomorrow throughout tibe world, the pnpils of the Hi gh Scbr rrrt g sv * a program morning as foHows: •Chorus, "Am erica. " Scrioture Reading. Chorus, **Oed—<rf Oaf Fathers, Known of Old." Beading, •'Tas Sigaiicance of the Figfoteenrh of Ma y" oy Mrs. Fanal e Fern Andrew*. (1> farri* Barnes, (2) WJHiam BrietfeM, (T) Frederick Phillips, (4) Frederick Reed. Chorus, "B lest be the Ti* That Hinds." ' m •• —' The track team wi l have their final try*m1a^ tonig ht on the H obart tr ack. It is asper-ted that the men will be in flrst->clflw shap e for tomorrow. The declam ation co ntest in ( the morning wWl fbe attend ed by a number of tha high school stud snte as there are two <h-neva iboys, Riehaad Lsvet aad Stan- fey fftnitt, t) ipemk. Last year Genera held secead plaec in the declamation contest and tt is hoped that this year it wil! be able to captnro rrst. i m " BasefcaU will be deed tomorrew as som« of the mem*er» of the senioT aad r*ntor team refuse to pa y us laey arc <ntwr-d n tie track meet ao.l do not wish to have too strenuous a day. It i* probeb>e that the tenms wdl come togiither some eight after sVaool neat we«k. e —— WW Ham II. Pa***e, who left today for Ifam.Iton K^llege, where he will represent the Geaeva High School in the I>ec#*mation Contest tomorrow, . waa aw ompan ied by Par* Weller, Rob- |er t Thorn? and WilUam Webster all 1 members of the ^a i«* class w W thev are In CWntin they wiH be tw gnesta ef Hamilton Coll-Mre, Th e m. Agnes (h W of St. Peter i •Wpi^npal crurch wiH held a food sa^e ton.orrow, begiasi ng at 10 o'clock n Miss T**!m*fl'e A-t Stere, Liad ea street. Heme made bread, cakes, pias, ,.„CIMC«, c»B4ly. et'^ will fw» "> tale. I AooordUn, to Uw» *#** w « * NOTHING W A S FOUND TO-DAY Coroner George F lint spant a good part ef the time this monun g d igging in the Marsh creek playgrounds as a result of a report made to him that a man residing in the eastern part of the city had*scan another man appar ently preparing to ma ke a burial there i couple of week s ago. The fact of a B W HY Thi rd Regiment Honor Again Gomes to this City After Adsence of Five Years SCORES OF T H E SHOOTING The full return* of tfce email arms shoot for the Wileon trophy were re ceived today by Sergeant Rippey of Company B, and shows ttmt Geneva wins the trophy uhis year. The percentage, which is figured en the merit of t ike whole shooting fo rce os ? tite company, wh ether the entire hole being du g in the playground s had | company shooNa or not^ shows a return Ask us (or an Electric iron on free trial. Yo u needn't buy it if you can get along without i t ; » C e n t ra l N e w York G a s & Electric C o . "Always at Your Son rica." Cattle St , Opp< Po.toffice, Gen eva. N. Y. >th Phone* 292. Spon ge bread food, pure and whole s o me , , New England Kitchen, __ . Cowbo y Girls, Motion World. Sale of Plumes tomorrow, Flint's, T. M, O. A. Bldf. FOWLER WILL COITEST. Surrogate Dumbo* Take s Evidence In Local Litigation—Other M atter! Up fW Action. Before Surrogate Buntoa this morn ing was begun the taking of testimony in the contest over the '•state of Eliza bath Fow ler, late of the efty of Ge neva. T ie wfil of the deceased is be ing contested on the grounds of in competency and undue influence. The proponents of the will were represented at the hearing today by Fitahngh Me- Grvw while Louise S. Bissell and Dex ter Sturges, two of the legates under the will, appeared by W. 8. O'Briea. Harriet F. Colby of New Yerk, who is contesting the will, was repreaenfrad by Francis LeBarroa of New Yerk and County Judg e R. F. Thompson. The testimony, this morning was I glveB by E. Bayard Webster, sue of the witnesses to the will. Mr. Webster was strongly cross-examined by Mr. LeBarron. The dec-sssed, who left an estate of upwards of $40,606, was a former well-known resident of Geneva Far several years previous fco fcardeath sfea was an inm ate of a priv ate sani tarium in Canandaigua. The estate was left te a sister in trust aad then to two nephews for their lire time, with the privilege of disposing of it st their deaths. la add ition to the Fowler eases Aur- rogate Dnaten held a judicial settle meat in the estate of Josepaiae Hap- good, late of Oenwa . th e estate was a small one. L W. Keyes is the executor. The will of Eleanor Aneley, late of the Town of Geneva, was admitted to probate. Caroline K. MeR slvie is named as the executor. There was also a judicial settlement ef the accou nt. of Mrs. Phillip Rniscll, deceased, as executor of the esta te of Marion Woodsn In the matter of the >«tata ef Cath erine O Til alley permission was granted the erccutor to sell the real presort? of the deceased to pay dsmts and there wax a n amoun ting la the es tate of the late George A. Ferdea, Allcs W. Kennedy was named as eneeuter of the estate ef Baajamift lea aa dy . Tha Oid Ma t especial significance owing to th-a fact that it was reported to the police that th e wife of an Italian resident had left town wit h another man. It was reported to the pol ice that th-a couple had a child and when asked wh at be came of the child the man replred that it was the custom to do away with them. This fact, taken iu connection with the report made that a man had been digging a holv in the playground a t night, cau sed ^Coroner Flint to go to the scene this morrin g. The Coronet found the maa who had seen the digg er of the hole at wo rk aad he pointed out the spot wh^re he had seen aim at The Coroner started onggJfng and" continued until water began to run into the hole. The water finally forced him to quit the job, but it was stated that the work would be resumed again and a thorough search made. While the authorities do not take a great deal of stoc k in the report there are circumstances w hich make it a p pear as though a child might be buried in the playgrou nd. Henry S. Mastea, a blacksmith employ ed at the plant of the Geneva Wagon Company, re ported that while on his way home a couple of weeks ago h e saw a man dig ging a horn near the walk w hich crosses the playground plot. At.the time the hole was so &eep that the man was in the ground up to his shoulders. No par ticular attention was paid to the fact at the time, bat later the police re ceived a report t hat the wife of a local Italian had left Geneva with another man and when auctioned by th'a po lice aa to wha t became of a child which disappeared at the same time the husband In the ease declared that it was possib le that tha child had been j doae away with. The two facts, taken togeth er, cansed the officials to get busy bnt the efforts thin morning ^fnilrd to' get any: result. m •' . i O I Boiler Sink open Wed. aad flat . are. WEDDINGS. The marriage of WUuam J. Espey and Miss Charlo tte B. Warner, both of this city, took place yesterday at the home ef Mr. S spay 's sister, Mrs. John Merrow, No. 505 Madison aven ue, Elm Ira, N. Y. The ceremony w as per formed by Be v. B, Lew Williams. Mr. aad Mrs. Esp ey left for a trip t o Phil adelphia, Atlantic Citv aad Washing- ton. They will be "a t horns" to their friends, after Ju ly 1st at 48 Grave •traet. fiale of Plum es tomorrow, flint' s, V. M. 0. A. Bld g. » ' sj Aooordrng to Law, Motion World. To See the Groat Hagoabock Wallace Shows Soon to Exhibit Here. All roads will lead to Geneva on May 21st, when the Carl HageWbeck aad Greet Wa+iaca elbows eomfemaad loom up, aad atreesa will bo crowded with the holiday thousands Prong ing to see she grand* free parade. Besides the gay, pageant offerings charaeteris- tie of th e bigger c> reuses, there at e of .11. 06 for Company B, G eneva; 43 .M for Company K, Hornetf; 35 for Com pany G, Bocheei esr; » for Company H , Rochester, £1 for Company A , Boehes- ter. The ehooting was done in the follow ing manner. Tha man stood, with rifle havin g five charges. At a signal he threw hiomelf prostrate on th e floor and shot at a target 106 feet away , wibieb was reduced in sine so as to re semble the approximate size had itf baan in a regwwtioa range, .100 feet away. The target was left up a minute and forty seconds, during which tim e the shooter fired bit first five shots, re loaded and fired his second charge. The number of times be hit the target, cut of fi'f ty, formed Che bas is of his stan d ing. The trophy waa presented in 1904 to be competed for annua lly, and to be put on exhibition by tbe comp any that won it for tbe year* it was wo n i a. Geneva got it tike first two years, after which it was sent to Ho^ioll, wh ich also wen it two yearn an d' t has been in the rooms of Company H of R ochester for the last three years, from which It c6tm*i to Gen eva. A statuette of the god Mercury, about tihree feet hlfh forms the figure of the trepny> while a pedestal on which ea?h year placed silver plates with the name of tfc* winner, suppo rts the god of speed 1 . Anoth er large silver plate gives the name sod purpose of the trophy. . There were thirty-seven of the sixty- six members of una local company to se cure a standing i n the expert and in termediate clatsaa. The etae rrs did net bar* at least twenty-Are marks and are disqualified. The individual records of abat e mam- bam fellow: fbrptrt Riflemen (40 aad ev er) Roenke, 4*; Culver, lil: Quartermaster garfsaat FMo n, *4j fatUa, 43; 801, 41 ; Corporal Durkee, 49; Ma flow, 4 1; S.rgiiaat eWbulr, # ; Corporal Breusr, j 40 ; First Sergeant Oeuraey, 40. Sharp Shooters (88 or over) T uffev, 30 ; Collins, 3.4; Bryan, 38. Maeksmen (3$ or over) Hayes, 37; O. Q. Briwn, 37; lain, M\ Carey, 36; MeCoy, 34; Carroll, 3.1; Baldw in, 23 ; Musician Cnm minf, 33 ; Hutchinso n, 33 , MeKane, 32; Block, 31; Clark, 1«. Captain fltacey and Lieutenant Men- rill each receive*! the rank of ma ras- maa in pist ol aaootiag, attain ts* a mark of 21 and 16, respectively, while tibe necessary mask for a pistol marks man wss 17. Fiimt Cms* (30 or over) Corporal Winnek, 30: Metealf, 31. Aeeond Csasj (2? or over'V Corporal Roe, 2;) ; J. L. Brown , 29; Bnrdas, 28 ; Musician Boyd, 28; Heffroa, 27; Krug, 27; Corpor»roVenn»r, 28; DaykiM L 2(t Boiler Bia k open Wed. aad Sat. eve, S All kiads heme mads bread, cakes, pies, candy etc., at food sale at Thai THE WEDDING INVITATION b jssV4Bt ore*t uig document to t ern d or receiv e. It causes s mild ripple of excit ement everywhere it goes. Usually the first question asked after reading it 4i What shall we give?" Now that que stio n shouldn' t be answ ered off- hand. It's easy to decide upon something, bet why net keep calm and give something different—-put fo ri change. If you can't think of anything different come here. Suggestio ns by the dozen confront you at this store, and you'll learn here that it doesn't mess spending s whole lot of money either Call and let it s show you L. H. BA RT H, Jeweler, S O Stroot. N . Y. medica l treatment aad promoting desir able legislation for the work. Mr. Elwood's talk, as a nstfit ef the general invitation which was issued to the public by looal members of the com mittee w as listened to by a large au- dteacs. > •» The Old Kaat Bead, Motion World. THE STOCK H U T (Special to The Timet from Boa* bright As Hibhard, members of New V o rk Stock Unh angs . 100 Power* Building, Rochester. Ph ones: Home— 3492; Bell— Main 3482 C C h i rv a rUIIRPU ncrmn isIT ! T °d» y'S eloatag prices on the New Gt Nt VA LNUHb rl Dtl" tliUA rt I } v 0 r* steak Bteh ae«e *n c *s ft t tg w * ? Architect Suing Local Methodist* for 11,800 In Action Over Han s TieT actio n of Mart U Van Kirk ef j Am. sTmeHlng man's Art Store tomorrow. 'Tbe Bedempton." at the Star. i—mi mill BVB UYT | B L W O OD Addresses *eiH command us usual attention and are striking inno vations. Tbe show in question has huge elephants, superb horses, costly trappings, people aad paraphernalia. After the morai sg parade a fr#e exhibition, to waicb the pu*li<< kg, vitsd, wil l be given en tha show ground*. a> SsjW SfjsssjS^r^s^sl Everett H. Klwoni, assistant secre tary of the eommitteu os Mental Hy giene of tbe 8tat« Charity Departmen t spoke at the High Hehoo'i Assembly Hall this sftemo on on the Prevention ef Insanity Mr Klwood comes hr* *e after having trs>i*iu<l state, ea s speakinff tour la a whii-h is a general meveiteM to oat s the public te .k« csueas aad pra ventivns ef in»aa ; ty and tbe havs that tssanity is causin g ia New York. The work ef the committee ea meatei hygiene divided Into the general isducatiea of the public a* te tbe cause* of tstaeity, preesetiRK the establish men! of (1 nice for nervous and mental «u*.aes*, aaatatiag iadiridaala as sdin g Waterloo against the rVst Society of the Method ist chureb of Geneva is on trial in Snpreme Court at Canandaigua before Justi ce Sutherland and a jury, Vaa Kirk asks $130 0 for services he performed iu preparing pians and sped, fleatieo s for a now church bu ildin g 4h t> defend ant proposed er ecting iu Ge- aeva. The defense is that no contract ex isted between th a society end tbe plain tiff and that be is sot entitled to any remuneration as it was speeifleally stated in the adverttaement that stay the person whova plans were accepted would be paid. A jury was drawn yesterday after noon te hear the aetioa of Charles Vss «*ld e^ agai nst Frank CovU, both of ('•nasd aigua . The plaiatiff seeks to recover damages far inju ria afiegei te have been received ia a moter'yele aeeid sat. This ease will follow tbs Van Kirk aetion. Jurors not sitting in tbe Van Kirk ease ar selected on the Van Gelder paael were yesterday after - aoon excused until Monday morning. "Th a Salted Min e," Star. a "" » Tazteae Service ad CoBege lea. Myers and Krug. Home phone 4M, Bell phone Vl-.J. A meeting of tbe (leseva rmprove- maat S oeisty will be b* eM this even isji at wh ich new tdBeem will be eleet«.l. A Targe ittenda nee is u i .1,..i.i+. Waablngtoa. Ma y 17 .-T i« aasafe coaeltsdad eoaatdaratiaa of the agri- cultural appraortatkm bin. As nnallr aaaaed. tha haU farrlad $l7,«o«,90u for the sdmfatatratlosi of tbe aapart- moat of atrieuUora. "Th e Bedemptivai" •! the Star. \ tebssoa ... Am. fopper Am I. A F. iM i • * • « * , « , - * ***- * ' * « . . . , ! * * < • • t . . . . . • - . Am. ftn «r »r ... ... . , . ... ,,. , All,»OOI.-ia* .... ..... . ...... -S. m i*« . • . . . . a . . ,f. . . . * . . . B. R. T. C. A O, .... C, M. & St . i on. Ga« *'. m it. ..... ••• ........ •. BU k K. G rjFlft •• .. .# .. .- •• <•.•*# *•.# T-* T tv* ( 1 ., •• «. *.* •*• ••* . . . Ovu. Blenric .. Gt. Korfhern, Pref. Int. Paper, Prof. Illinois Central ,, ,, . iLouisvilre A N.tshville Lsshigk Vrtley 176 14 , . I 'M M| . s:t i-s N.I i r I.TO ' § '-' l-B>fj .109 It . «H . 7'. .142 ia .171 M a t Xi 5-tf .112 .. flO ,i2s im TFT. Mjssouri l*seif*c M., Kaa. A Tex. TTTT. renlraTT N. V., O. A W NorfoBi A Western .. . Northern Pacific Pennsylvania R. R. .. . 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    OENJSVA DAIL Y TIMES, FR IDA Y, MA T 17, 1912.

    P E R I S H E D M I S E R A B L YI N D R I F T I N G B O A T

    Walter Jauncey of This City Tells of SeeingTitanic Lifeboat Picked Up With Two

    Dead Bodies In ItNo Poodor Water Left.

    .

    IR O N IN G O U T D O O R S

    Walt e r Jau ac e y o f Ge ne va ar r ive din ( N e w Y or k ye s t e r day on t he & S.Oc e anic hav ing le f t Sout ham pt on ont he 8 t h and in c r oss ing t ak ing aa ex-\ t r e m e sout he - r uly c our se a lm ost as f arsout h as t he A z or e s . W he n w it hinappr oxim at e ly 400 m ile s f r om w hor et he i l l - f a t e d Tit anic w ont dow n t he ysigh ted a clflw shap e for tomorrow. Thede c lam at ion c o nt e s t in (t he m or ningwWl fbe attend ed b y a number of thahigh sc hool s t ud snt e as t he r e are t w o tale.

    I A ooor dU n, t o Uw *#** w *

    N O T H I N G W A S F O U N D T O - D A YC or one r Ge or ge F l int spant a goodp a r t e f th e t i m e t h i s m o n u n g d i g g i n gin t he M ar sh c r e e k playgr ounds as ar e sult o f a r e por t m ade t o him t hata m an r e s iding in t he e ast e r n par t o ft he c i t y had*sc an anot he r m an appar e nt ly pr e par ing t o m a ke a bur ia l t he r ei c ouple o f w e e k s ago . The f ac t o f a

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    Third Regiment Honor AgainGomes to this City AfterAdsence of Five Years

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