Ole Christian Peterson
BRAVE SAILORS HONORED. ~7 Britons Who Will Wear Gold Mednls Presontc-a by the President. Washington, May G.—The president has presented gold medals to a number of persons in recognition of their leroic services in effecting the rescue of American citizens from disabled vessels. The following persons of the British steamship Pinners Point, for rescuing ie master and crew of the -American schooner Annie L. Green, Dec. 7, 1898, were thus rewarded: John Davies, first officer; Carl Hurlin, boatswain; Christian Peterson, carpenter; Albert Simmons, G. Mackay and <Jeorge Smith, seamen. Also the following members of the British steamer Eric, concerned in the rescue of the captain and crew of the American schooner Bertram N. White, Dec. 2, 1898: Thomas Thistle; Daniel Hughes, boatswain; Charles W. Levrick, Levrick, Frederick Westneld and John Snike, seamen. The following of the British steamer Orthia, who participated in the rescue <>fcthe captain and crew of the American American bark St. Lucie, wrecked at sea on Nov. 29, 1898, were given medals: Andrew Malcom Reid, cnief officer; aiigh Gray, canjenter;'-J,awes-.Hajde».. joatswain; Harry_X3ordon, Joseph Ar- -woodson and H..Hansen, seamen.