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Lost with the "Empress of Ireland": Notable Passengers Drowned

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i. COMMISSIONER DAVID REES, OFFICER IN CHARGE OF THE SALVATION ARMY IN CANADA: WHO WAS ON HIS WAY, WITH THE OTHER SALVATIONISTS, TO THE INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS IN LONDON. z. ADJUTANT W. STITT, IN CHARGE OF THE NATIONAL STAFF BAND OF THE SALVATION ARMY, AND MRS. STITT. 3. MRS. REES (FORMERLY MISS RUTH BABINGTON), WIFE OF COMMISSIONER DAVID REES, OF THE SALVATION ARMY, WHO HAD THREE CHILDREN WITH HER.


4. CAPTAIN GUIDO WHATMORE, OF THE SALVATION ARMY, SON OF COMMISSIONER WHATMORE, OF STOKE NEWINGTON. 5. MRS. NEVILLE, WIFE OF MR. HAROLD NEVILLE, OF MR. LAURENCE IRVING’S COMPANY. 6. MISS ISABEL STAGE. 7. COLONEL SYDNEY MAIDMENT, CHIEF SECRETARY TO THE SALVATION ARMY IN CANADA.


8 MR. W. LEONARD PALMER., OF THE “FINANCIAL NEWS, A WELL-KNOWN JOURNALIST, WHO WAS RETURNING, WITH HIS WIFE, FROM A LITERARY AND BUSINESS TOUR IN CANADA. 9. MR. G. H. BOLTON, A NATIVE OF BROMLEY. KENT. to. BRIGADIER-GENERAL S. H WALKER, OF THE SALVATION ARMY, EDITOR OF THJ3 CANADIAN “WAR CRY” iI. MR. HAROLD NEVILLE, THE WELL-KNOWN ACTOR, OF MR. LAURENCE IRVING’S COMPANY.



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Issue 3920. - Vol CXLIV

Jun, 06 1914

Illustrated London News