BUDGET OF GOSSIP FROM THE BOROUGH
The offices of Sutton & Vansant, No. 120 South Front street, Philadelphia, are busy in an endeavor to obtain some news in regard to Frederick Sutton, head of the firm of coffee importers who it is feared, is one of the victims of the disaster. Mr. Sutton was prominent in fraternal circles and was a member of the Union League, where he stayed in the winter, although he has a home in Haddonfield. Nothing was learned at the Union League to-day in regard to his safety. He went abroad about a month ago on the advice of his physician.
[The balance of this article was unrelated to Mr. Sutton or Titanic, and has been omitted.]