L. W. Miller, employed in the Western Electric's stationery department, was one of four young men who escaped in the same way as Mr. E. W. Sladkey. He and the other three - John Peterson, E. H. Peterson, and William Lessuenhop - climbed to the dry starboard side over the stern just in time to save the life of a small, red haired boy whose name they did not learn. Full story
...he floated past with his head under water...
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