The Hennessey Clipper (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 22, No. 50, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 25, 1912 Page: 2 of 8
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The Hennessey Clippe
WHITE STAR LINER TITANIC
John Sprague, Pub.
After all It ts no Sunday ufienuton
•troll to the south pole
The speed mania has Its dangers tn
railroading as v ell is in motoring
Aeroplane Records continue to t
broken almost as often as aeroplanes.
Modern railroading pets a sideswipe
every time a spectacular wreck oc-
A man Is generally willing to work
for nothing at a thing that isn't worth
A club has been organized In New
York to boost good plays It will not
ONLY 868 SHED
CARPATHIA ALONE REACHED THE
SCENE IN TIME TO RESCUE
Not until the queen tries to cook n
meal on the king's new stove will the
true test come.
Latest Steam.hlp Afloat. Which Collided With an Iceberg Off the Bank, of
Newfoundland While on Her Initial Trip.
The man who loves old-fashioned
winters hiiH been caught studying a
Persons who clamored for an old
fashioned winter are said to have
If there Is a sleeping volcano under
the Panama canal tho thing lor It to
4c Is to sleep on.
l'lg feet may indicate a big brain,
but most women would rather have
beauty than brains.
A French couple made their wed
ding tour In an aeroplane An actual
case of "fly with me "
A New York highwayman heia up a
P°et. Hut then mistakes will happen,
even in the robbery business.
PROBABLY NO OTHfcR SURVIVORS
Fog and Stcrm Leave Little Hope that
Any Others May Be Saved—No Sur-
vivors On Parisian Or Virqin-
St. Johns, N. F.t April 17.—All hope
tlm: any of the passengers or members
of tin crew of the Titanic, other than
those on the Carpathia, were alive,
wh: abandoned this afternoon.
All of the steamers which have been
cruising in the vicinity of the disaster
have continued on their voyages.
I he Parisian steamed through much
heavy Held ice looking for passengers
Tom the Titanic. No life rafts or
bodies were sighted among the Moat-
The Parisian reports that the weath-
er was cold and that even if persons
had been on the wreckage they would
in all probability have perished from
exposure before they could have been i
The Parisian is expected to reach
here Wednesday morning.
New York, April 17.—A wireless dis- 1
, ' HI,>itadi. Mre!''fda H.T°clar'k, Mrs* I ,w:th received a: Boston which was
Waiter: Cummings, Mrs John i: Si.- 1 rt'lj,.ve(l by the Olympic from the Car-
List By Reason of Confusion Very Ml* I SllVe^r.''-wflfirm'b^BtoonU.™' Coi ! |,a,hla. ®'ated the Carpathia had .
leading—Names of But Few Nota- 1 Alfonso; Sloper, William T.: Snj Mr "ll' Titanic s passengers on I
bles Saved Are Reported-Major v" St*■ f m. boar?' ,mo8tl 'Women and children.
Butts Missing—Carpathia Has 675 ;,n,l Mrs c i: n i; ston« .\h < oncluding with the words: "Grave
(Joorcrn m Swift, Mrs. Frederick Joel; , fears are felt for the safety of the I
THESE HUE RESCUED
OF HUNDREDS ON BOARD STEAIV.
ER TITANIC 1,350 HAVE
HOPES ABANDONED FOR 13od
It llippai li. MIhs .li'an I lii^ilioniu Mis
•lohn i'.; I Idyl, Mr. an<1 Mis Kr.-.l M :
laiiniy. J nil «•; I.. ail. r. j|,. \ K , l.ini s,
Mis bineal Llnu, Miss Mary C.; i."n--
ley. Miss Q.F.: Madill, Mtas ■; A.; Mar-
si-linl. I'li'i.r; Marvin. Mrs. I' W ; Mlmd-
lian. Mrs \V. E.; .Mlnnlhan, Miss I ial-=\ .
Xi wi-ll. Miss Ma<li llni\ u.li Miss Mii'-
Jui i. Miss I lili'ii; i is| I. v. K. <■.;
ii.stl.y, Miss Hi !, n n.: i H11'ml. I'l.nnad;
Pui'i lii'ii, Maj. Arthur: Potti r. Jr.. Mis
Thomas; Ithi ims, Mrs Ci-i i^. llnlirrt.
Mrs. Edwanl s.: Itolmann, i'.: Kos.-n-
I'aiim. Miss ICdltli: Itoths. lill.l, Mrs. Mar-
tin; Hothiis. Oounti'ss of; Saalft'ld.
Adolplir; Salamati. Abraham: SchaluM I.
Mrs. Paul; Seward, Frederick; Thayer,
Mr. and Mrs. .1. 1!.: Willard. Alias
New York, April 17.—Vice-President
Railroads propose to advance the
rates on hay, but other breakfast
foods can be shipped ut the old price.
J. R; Taussig. Miss Kutli: Tay-
Mr. and Mrs. K. Tucker, (Illhtrt
Franklin of the Interantlonal Meroan-1 stuart;. Wldeie"rMri
tile Marine Association said that ho j <i• •«jr^♦ • i and maid; liassin.- Miss .\ :
had heard that the Cunardor Car-I *"7^
liathm would arrive herjj Thursday Mis" K t.; Chihanan Mis i: . dhhb
evening and his information was that j tlmi ";'',Khnh;.Vil':.lllMrM ami KmTs''K. M|T ' t'allfornlnn ,Wils remaining and
there were 075 survivors of the Ti- Middle, uiivia; haVrett. i<:,. Sheddcii! • searcMng the vicinity of the disaster,
tanic on board Uobert Douglas; Haussig. Mil..
; balance of the passengers and the
1 he wireless dispatch from Cape
Race, X. F., telling of the sinking also
; gave the information that the steam-
ship ( alifornian was remaining and
Thus far the announcement of scien-
tists that blondes are doomed has not
caused a slump in the peroxide mar-
tanlc on board
All through the night the officers of
the White Star line and the newspap-
Second Cabin Passengers Saved.
The names of the rescued second
ers wer<| besieged by scores of per- ! eabin passengers, so far as they check
The stoneless plum has been
evolved by human science Hut as yet
tho waterless milk Is a drama of the
A New York woman called a police-
man when a man proposed to her on
Uie street. Probably afraid that he d
A New York legislator proposes an
anti-treatlng bill. If it goes through,
how will the native New Yorker get
The man who flew from London to
Paris the other day went up six thou-
sand feet for the purpose of avoiding
Vassar girls have formed a fire
brigade; but It is supposed that they
will dispense with the hook and lad-
sons anxious to learn the fate of rela
tives or friends on board the Titanic,
while a flood of telegrams, cablegrams
and telephone messages were received
bringing inquiries from different parts
of the country.
Gradually the names of the rescued
began to come through the wireless
by way of Cape Race from the Car-
pathia and were posted in the com-
pany s offices. There were some who
scanned the lists and turned away
with faces showing hopes realized,
but the many who came were disap-
pointed and grief stricken. A squad
of police and an extra force of clerks
were called to take care of the in-
Taft Anxious About Major Butt.
Repeated calls were made for in-
formation relative to the fate of Maj.
Archibald Butt, President Taft's mili-
tary aide, who is returning from a
visit abroad. President Taft tele-
phoned the company early in the day
up with tne Titanic's published list,
are as follows:
Xew York, April 17.—Two mes- '
sages by the Marconi Wireless Tele- j
graph Company from the company's
stations at Cape Race and Sable Isl- i
and make it appear there are none
of 'he I'itanic's passengers on either
the steamship Parisian or the Yir- j
One message reads:
The Marconi Station at Sable Isl-
and has been in communication with
Angle, William: Abelson. Hanna; Ball.
Ada It.; Hiss, Miss l\at« . IteBane, Miss
Kthcl; Brylil. Miss DltK uir; Hystrom,
Miss Karollna; Colyer. Mis. Charlotte;
Co Iyer, Miss Marjorle; Christ v. Miss
Alice; Christy. Miss Julia; Chirk. Mrs.
Adam Maria; Cameron. Miss. Collet. Mrs.
Stuart; Caldwell. Albert R; Caldwell, Al- „IlJ1
den (;.; T)rek, Mrs. Lulu; Davis. Miss i the Pariqlnn uml -h,, v,;,, i,(1 . ...
Amies; Davis, John M : Oman. Finn n- ' "M,ln an" lh(' -sblI> has no pas-
tlna; Duran. Aseuiuion; i avis. Miss I sengers from the Titanic."
FaunU,rope!* ,^'VftS 1 T1'e other message ,eads:
Ethel; Hewlett, Miss .Mrn v p. Harris | " I ne Marconi Station at Cape Race
Mis^i^'-y^l'm^Mi^^li,.'!''7KS3: I repor,s they have had no con,mania-
Miss Annie; Hart. Mrs. Ksther; Hart. 1011 with the Virginian and does not
Miss Kva; Harper, Miss Nina, iiamaiui- | believe any of the Titanic's passengers
nor, Anna and son: Hocking. Mrs. Eliza- i . , ,, jmsscugeis
both; I locking, Miss Nellie; Jaeobson. ' ale on tbe vessel.
Mrs. Amy; Keone, Miss Nora; K' lly, Miss j
Fannie; Lare< ho, Miss l.rnds* I.eitch.
Miss Jessie W.: La more. Mrs; Lehman. I York. April 17.—A wireless
m'rcl/nrt?i:I^e^^rA,l'VltaherM.!s' ! ^ "y Captain Bostron of :
Mallet. Master Anrlrero: Nye. Mr
and was promised immediate word if j \taiiiila'"U\\^-hVw
Klizahetb; Phillips. Miss Alice;' Paila:
lOmllio; l'adro. Julian: Parish. Mrs. L ;
Portaluppl, Mrs. Kinilio; Qm k Mr- j
Jane ( ; Quick. Miss Ph\llls n Qui. k 1
Miss Wennie ().; Hebouf. Mrs. Lillie i
Hidsdale. Mrs. Lucy; Kugg. Miss Kn i
Kichard, Mr. and Mrs. Kmile and «>n; !
Sincock. Miss Maude; Smith. Mrs. Ma
Ion; Trout. Miss Edna S.; Weisz. m>
According to a London professor the
most humane way to kill an oyster is
to eat him. But suppose one does
not like oysters?
The California surgeon who re-
moved tils own appendix only proved
that some persons will do anything to
escape paying a doctor bill
In view of the threatened baseball
Investigation, perhaps the umpires
will take the hint and not require as
much talking to this summer
A Chicago preacher man urges a
school for courtship. It always seemed
to us that courtship was a branch ot
learning that needed uo school.
M18s Marian: Watt.
Miss Bertha; West. Mrs
• hen: Wells. Mrs. Addic
Wi lis, Ralph; William, (
and two ehil-
Wells, Miss J.;
a l ies.
anything of a definite nature regardin
Major Hutt was received.
The Carpathia Has 675.
Numerous inquiries were received
regarding the fate of Henry B. Harris,
the ;heatrlcal manager, and Ills wife, i
The list shows that Mrs. Harris had
been saved, but no word came regard-
ing her husband.
Mr. Franklin said lie did not expect j
to receive any further wireless mes- j
sages from the Olympic on this side | Xew York, April 17.—The disaster,
of the Atlantic and ihat Captain Had- : the greatest ever recorded in the an-
dock of Ihat steamship would soon be j nals of the seas, lias thrown a girdle
THE GREATEST SEA DISASTER
By the Sinking of the Titanic Men of
World Wide Renown Were
The man who predicted a hard win
ter Ih mighty chesty, but there l* con-
solation In the knowledge that he has
to pay his coal hill like the rest of us
It appears that 2,000 fewer books
were published In this country last
year than in 1910 This Is distinctly
good news to lovers of good litera-
Among the new (l?lds In education
Is the proposal of a woman to teach
girls to flirt. Before long the appetite
to have everything taught will r*.
quire a course In teaching young ducks
if your feft are cold, you are dis-
pleased about something, says an emi-
nent authority It Is true also that oft
In the stilly night, when your wife's
feet are cold, you are displeased about
A London magistrate has decided
that a cabman cannot recover a fare
from an intoxicated person, but prob-
ably Lonuon's cabmen will go right on
recovering several fares at a time from
Now a Spanish prince is trying to
get the royal consent to his marriage
with an American girl If the royal
ties only knew the truth of the matter,
they would substitute entreaties for
the match for mere consent for the
American girl is the queen of creation
Twenty-five rats, dyed pink, have
•been let loose In the streets of Se
attle for Investigation purposes Hut
the effect of those pink rats suddenly
appearing to late convivial citizens go-
ing home is likely to cause some hid
in a position to send all his wireless
reports to the London office.
The List of Survivors.
So far as the names check up cor-
rectly, the following saloon passen-
gers of the Titanic are safe on board
Anderson. Harry, Allen. Mrs K. W.
Appleton, Mrs. K W.. Astor, Mrs. .John
Appleton, Mrs.13. \\ . Aston. Mrs. John
Ja. ob and maid; Barkworth, A. S ; Bax-
ter, Mrs. James; Hrayton. (icorgc A.;
Beckwith, Mr. and Mrs. li. T.; Behr,
Karl II Hishop, Mr. and Mrs. I>. H.;
Blank, Henry; Borinell, MIsb Caroline;
Bo wen, Miss Q.C.; Bowerman Miaia E2
;sie Brown. Mrs J. M.; Brown, Mrs. .1 ;
J., t'ahh rhead. K. 1' ; Daniel, Miss Sarah.
iJsette. Miss; I uauehenste.l, Alfred; Hill-
ock, Philip; Fiegbeim, Miss Anternette;
Prancati ili. Miss; Uooght. James; ilel-
verseti. Mrs. A. ().; Horn. r. Mrs. A. O.; |
Mam Miss Roberta; Melbatd. Madame.
Lavotv. Miss Bertha; Lesueur, (Justave
J.. 1'anahart. Miss Fannie; Penago. |
Km Manam J.; Pan< t, Miss Appb Sei
ept t a. Miss Augusta StefTanson, H. P.;
Sc^esser. Miss Kiimuia; Smith. Mrs. P.
P.. Slayton. Miss Hilda; Sbadell, Kohert I
1 )onglase Smith. Mrs. Lucien r. Ward. 1
Mr and Mrs T. C..; Krolieher. Miss
Miss Kiniiia Thoi. Miss l-:i!a. Tucker.
Mrs and maid; Karnshaw. Mrs. Boulton;
Kndres. Miss Caroline; Fortune. Mrs.
Mark. Miss Luclle, Miss Alice; Frauen-
t hal, in. Ilenr> and Mrs . Frauenthal,
Mr and Mrs. T «: FVollchear. Miss
Margaret; Putrelle, Mrs. Jaques; Gibson,
Mrs. Leonard, tlibson. Miss Dorothy.
< oldenbiirg. Mrs. Samuel, (ioldenhurg.
j Miss Klla, Gordon, Sir and Lady (.'owmo
Duff; (Jracie. Col. Aiihihald; (Sraham,
Mr.. Crabam, Mrs William (iiahani
Miss Margaret E.; Greenfield. Mis !.. .
D Greentield; Mr William B Haraner.
lbniN. Mauler. Mr. and Mrs. George A..
Harper. Henry S. and man servant; Har-
per. Mrs. Henry S llawksford. llenry:
Hays. Mrs Charles M and daughter.
Margaret; Stephenson. Mrs P.; Carter.
\v. B Ostb> Mrs . Bessette, Miss; Buck-
j nell. Mrs William; Harris. Mrs. Henry
of grief over two continents. Among
the reported missing were men of
world wide renown and high in the
walks of finance and power. Among
them were Col. John Jacob Astor,
William T. Stead, the veteran London
journalist; Benjamin Guggenheim,
Henry R. Harris, Washington Dodge,
Colonel Archibald Hutt, military aide
to President Taft; Fletcher Fellowm.-,
Clarence Moore, J. B. Thayer, Jr .
and many others.
Disaster's Cost $20,000,000.
Tile disaster probably will cost in
money damage upwards of $20,000,000.
In addition to the loss of the costliest
ship ever constructed, a vast and valu-
able cargo also was lost as well as
riches among the (ffects of the pas-
White Star officials, upon learning
J the real seriousness of the calamity,
remained at the office of the line in „6rlllo
this city all night. Every wireless j the Allan line do no: believe the re-
message was received with the eager j ports that the Virginian has any of
| hope that it would mitigate the first | the survivors of the Titanic aboard.
re| orts (if the disaster. Every ship j One of the local agents said shortly
| within miles of the locality of the ac I after 11 o'clock
cldent was besought for information. "We dare not hope that the Virgin
the Carpathia to the Cunard line here
from latitude 41.45 north and longi-
tude .">0.20 west, reads as follows:
Am proceeding to New York unless
! otherwise ordered with about S00.
i After having consulted w ith Mr. Ismay i
| and considering the circumstances,
! with so much ice about, considered ,
i \ew York best. Large number of ice- j
j bergs and twenty miles field ice with
t moving bergs."
Montreal, April 17.—The weather
signal station on the Gulf of St. Law- !
rence reported that heavy fogs lay
off Novia Scotia and that a violent J
thunder storm broke in that neigh- '
borhood last night and is traveling
eastward. It was said that such con-
ditions left little hope for the rescue ]
of any survivors of the Titanic that
might still be adrift in rafts or boats.
New York. April 17.—The White
Star line announced officially it had
received iiosiiive news that the num-
ber of survivors on board the liner
( arpathia was SG8. This dispatch was
sent to the W hite Star line from the
Olympic, which it is understood is in
wireless communication with the Car-
pathia. now proceeding to New York.
Newport, R. I„ April 17.—The wire-
less station here picked up the follow-
ing fragment of a message that was !
being relayed from one liner to anoth-
"Eight hundred went down on the
The message was unsigned an,I in-
By the United Press.
Boston, April 17.—Local agents of
While Star officials were in wire-
less communication with the Carpa-
*hia almost constantly. After obtain-
ing a partial list of the passengers,
mostly women and children, rescued
by this liner, they sent reassuring
messages to the relatives of the
ian reached the scene of the wreck ;
of the Titanic in time to rescue any
one. Had she done this she would im-
mediately have put back from her '
course and would not be within speak- |
ing distance of the wireless slation
through which we have been trying [
frantically ;o reach her.
Left 101 Grandchildren.
Ottawa. Kansas Five grea great-
First Health Wedding Held. I Sale of Army Stock.
i • ........... Chicago, Illinois.—Two marriages at Junction City, Kansas.—Condemned
grandchildren, 7:! great grandchildren which the contracting par:les first army horses and mules were sold at
and 2,'i grandchildren are among the presented certificates of health were auction at Ft. Riley and the stock
descendants of Mrs Nancy Flack performed In Chicago. They were the brough: high prices
| Kenton, who died at Rantoul, near
here at the age of 02 years.
Roosevelt Coming West.
Lincoln. Nebraska. — Positive an-
nouncement was made at Col, Koosc
| Telt's Nebraska headquarters here
' that the ex-president would tour the
, state on the eve of the presidential
primary, April 19
first according to the idea recently demned property, including
brought forth by Hean Sumner.
Sickness Follows Flood.
New Madrid, Missouri. Fever has
broken out among be llood refur, s
in this territory. Two deaths are re-
ported from Wyatt, where it is'said
several smallpox cases have also de-
mense quantity of Junk, was sold.
Italians Selling Children.
Chi. 'go Illinois.—Anna Spiehn. 3
mon'hs old, is for sale for $.j,00(i hy
her parents according to an adver-
tising ut in a newspaper here. The
Infant is the second Italian child of-
fered for sale here.
125,000 AMERICANS GO
TO CANADA IN 1911.
THE YEAR 1912 WILL SHOW A
In a report of the House Committee
(Washington) appears the following:
| "Canada offers a three-year home-
stead upon pood land, easily reclaimed
and cultivated, with six months' leave
of absence each year and most lenient
All of which 1s true and It is now
the part of the careful reader to con-
sider the opportunities that exist In
Western Canada which, in addition to
the above, are attractive features.
The evidence of these is found in the
letters contributed by some of the
settlers. For Instance: A former Min-
nesotan, writing from Warner, South-
ern Alberta, speaks of that district,
but what he says, applies generally to
all of Southern Alberta. He says:
"1 have seen six crops, four of them
were first class, one of them a very
good crop, and the other a poor crop.
Government statistics for the last fif-
teen years show that this country has
averaged about fifteen or sixteen
Inches of moisture. In 1010 there was
only seven inches, and in 1911 twenty-
two inches. The 1909 crop was about
as good as I have seen in this coun-
try and we had about twelve inches of
moisture, so that I am thoroughly con-
vinced that with normal conditions,
that is, from twelve to fifteen inches
of moisture and with the natural in-
crease of population and immigration,
that Southern Alberta will be one of
the very lu st mixed farming districts
in the world. We have good eoII, good
water, and a good climate, and alto-
gether just as desirable a country to
live in as Dakota, Minnesota, Iowa, or
Hundreds of letters are on file from
former American settlers, which give
good reasons why the Western Can-
ada lands are being settled so rapidly.
Full particulars can be had of any Ca-
nadian Government Agent, who will
furnish literature and give low rate
certificates. I.xcursions are being run
I O I' are vowels that have caused
many a man's downfall.
If a girl really wants a man's love
she returns it.
! What Sh« WanUd.
I flefore the fire on Christmas
two old maids were planning for th«
1 "Sister Mallie," said the younger,
"would a long stocking hold all you
want for a Christmas gift?"
"No, Elvira." said the older, "but a
pair of sockB would."
"An electrician ought to be a social
"Why an electrician especially?"
"Because he Is so well posted on
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