Trivia 2 (1920)

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Trivia 2 (1920) - iV .'PREaoinnoiiRim . InilURIAL AT SEA Royal....
iV .'PREaoinnoiiRim . InilURIAL AT SEA Royal. 9orgt Surgeon Finds a Last Resting Place In the Deep, ei He Had Asked. -: -: SERVED AT SEA 40 YEARS Threa Unera Arrive with 4,317 Pas . 'iktBttthA t wiiiV With ' : 4,400 PaMsngera..' ., Three liner. the al Georae Yrora Southampton, the White Star Uner Bel. tlo from Liverpool and the French Uner France from Havre, arrived here yesterday yesterday with a total of 4.317 passengers, and the American liner Moerolia sjd the French liner Lafarette sailed for Hanv bur and Havre, respectively,' with 1400 passengers. The Cunarder Ryal George brought Wn cases of gold bullion con-Signed con-Signed con-Signed to Kohn.Xoeb it Co. ; v . CapUln WllUlam rrothero. the com. mander. Mid that' James Potatory the ship's surgeoa. died 'of heart disease on Easter Sunder moraine aa he waa walk-lng walk-lng walk-lng from hie cabin tor. the dining saloon to ttnd the church service. Late en Saturday night Dr. Tolnton sent for the dpenanr and aald: i r - - - l know that I am going t die op this trip and I wish to be burled like a ellcr ,ltv.)b see, oa which nearly forty mr'' have been passed. Have my body sewn up in canvas, with flse-bsrs flse-bsrs flse-bsrs to sink it well aown and no coffin." The captain said that the rtilp was stopped at S o'clock Sunday afternon. and the body was borne "by." .72 officers as pallbearers and pUced on the grating which had been Uni Vt the inry on the starboard quarter. quarter. The service was read by th rZ slid off the grating . into the sea the balers soundVd the List post and the Itoysl George went full speed ahead 1m tow course.-, course.-, course.-, , . . ., One of the psssengers on the Uner waa KI?Ca1.Lav,d H. Emery, an Amerlean who wU aver early in the great war snd serVM ta the Royal Army Medical r.orp?. " PharmHciat. . Dr. A. de Oracff. the Dutch Minister. to Japan, arrived on the Roysl George on his way to Toklo.-ccompanied Toklo.-ccompanied Toklo.-ccompanied by his wife sad three daughters. f nii'HT 1vIjo. Chairman of the Board sf- sf- Governors of the League of lied Cros Societies, who wentabroad vi0 m5h t,"Hl the congress fhidi,..F0'va' gwltserland. arrived on the Baltic. Another oaaaene-er oaaaene-er oaaaene-er wa n. mond B. Fosaick. who said he had been r.Tt'ST' month in Parts and London ?J!7?e maHera concerning the League f Nations. . - . -The -The French Uner France had 1.700 pas. sengers, . amojig- amojig- whon, were Charles , IMunvt. a French architect, who has eome over to rrance for a permanent French art exhibit In New York: Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Prince of Boston, wh-i wh-i wh-i went to France to vitlt the prare of .;",."" ohiii nonniR tnne or cl-i cl-i cl-i v? nf-Amfrca nf-Amfrca nf-Amfrca air squadron, snd ' ' ' " i

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  1. The New York Times,
  2. 11 Apr 1920, Sun,
  3. Page 15

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