Color painting of the R.M.S. Titanic at sea.
Not Drowned; Murdered
Man Vs. Nature...Nature Wins

Times-Dispatch article

The Times-Dispatch, Richmond, VA, Sunday, April 21, 1912

Headline: 1500 People Were Not Drowned; They Were Foully Murdered

Left Column: Mad Craze For Speed Has Been Dissipated

No More Will Great Liners Race Across Ocean in Effort to Set Up New [Record] One Result of Titantic Lesson

Middle Column: Cable Steamer That Is Searching for Titanic's Dead; Her Captain, Clergyman Aboard and Some Supplies

Image of Ship with Caption: Mackay Bennett Backing From Dock Starting on Search for the Dead.

Image of Rev. Canon C. Hind

Image of Captain Larndner on the Mackay Bennett

Right Column: Review of Ocean's Greatest Horror

Facts Revealed In Connection With Loss of White Star Liner

Ismay is to Blame

It Was He Who Ordered Speed When Warned Against Danger.