Gives up hope for boy on lost ship

Cleveland Plain Dealer

Gives up hope for boy on lost ship

Albert Stanley, 2031 E.105th street, last night had given up hope for his younger brother, Roland, twenty, and Ernest Crease, twenty, his brother-in-law, who were coming to Cleveland aboard the ill-fated Titanic.

Stanley, who had arranged for the two boys to meet at Southampton, Eng., where Roland Stanley lived, and embark together, received a cablegram yesterday from his mother telling him the boys had just forty minutes together in Southampton before going aboard. They had never met before.

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Gavin Bell

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