BROTHER CLAIMS DISTRACTED SON OF WRECK VICTIM

Jersey Journal

Frederick Myles of 256 Grove Street, the young man who was picked up for
safe keeping Wednesday night by Patrolman May of the City Hall station,
grief-stricken because of the loss of his father, Thomas F. Myles, in
the Titanic disaster, was to-day released from the city prison of the
Seventh Street police station.

Dr. Leo Myles, of 55 Harmon Street, Cambridge, Mass., who came to New
York with his sister Gertrude to endeavor to find his father on board
the Carpathia, came to the police station this morning to take charge of
his brother.

An affecting scene took place between the two brothers. Dr. Myles told
Frederick that their father was not on board the Carpathia and that they
must count him among the lost.

 

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