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Moore's Partners Give Up Hope Of Hearing From Him

Washington Times

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H. W. Hibbs, of Hibbs & Co., the brokerage firm with which Clarence Moore was connected, definitely gave up hope this morning that his partner had been saved from the Titanic. Moore’s friends are said to have generally come to the same conclusion.

Their conclusions have not been communicated to Mrs. Moore, who is prostrated.

Yesterday, Mrs. Moore attempted to make arrangements to have a steamer sent out to aid in the search for the lost and was only dissuaded with difficulty by friends of her husband, who assured her that everything possible was being done to save passengers, give the survivors comfort, and to obtain a complete list of the names of the survivors

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Encyclopedia Titanica (2004) Moore's Partners Give Up Hope Of Hearing From Him (Washington Times, Wednesday 17th April 1912, ref: #4028, published 22 October 2004, generated 21st May 2024 10:02:08 AM); URL : https://www.encyclopedia-titanica.org/moores-partners-give-up-hope-hearing-from-him.html