New York Times

Deeply Affected by the Disaster, He Halts Aix Celebration


AIX LES BAINS, France, April 19 --- J. Pierpont Morgan, who has arrived here to participate in to-day's inauguration of the sanitarium he has had built in honor of his former physician, Leon Blanc, countermanded the festivities arranged for the occasion on account of the disaster to the Titanic.

Mr. Morgan is greatly affected by the catastrophe and the great loss of life. He is in constant cable communication with New York relative to the fate of his friends and the measures taken for the relief of the survivors.

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