BUDGET OF GOSSIP FROM THE BOROUGH
Fredrich [sic] W. Sutton, a highly esteemed wealthy resident of Haddonfield is said to have been on board the steamship Titanic. He had spent the winter in Europe and like many others he desired to return home on the maiden voyage of the biggest vessel ever built. His name appears among those on board but nothing had been heard of him up to noon to-day. His name was not included in the list of survivors but it is prayerfully hoped that it will be numbered among those rescue. [sic] It was at first though that Rev. and Mrs. William Allen of Collingswood who had been traveling the Holy lands were on board the ill-fated
Titanic but they are probably on another vessel. They are due to arrive in Haddonfield today.
[The balance of this article was unrelated to Mr. Sutton or Titanic, and has been omitted.]
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