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CIRCULATION LAST SCSDAT. 48,677 ATLANTA GA. SATURDAY MOE NG MAY 8 1915. -FOURTEEN PAGES D Uy T. carrier w tm . wte emans fit and Frohman Missing Official iVasningtbn e- It as the- Most Seri ous TThai Ias Been Created Since the Beginning WILSON AND CABINET PROFOUNDLY SHOCKED BY FATE OF THE LINER American Warning to Ger many 4n Regard to Killing Americans by Submarine Attach Is Recalled Coh- .sidered Certaiirthe United States "VVm Take Up Mat ter Whether br NotAny Americans a y er viii Washington. May Ts Destruction of tie British llBer Lusttanl'a with the loss 'of. many lives shocked officials of the- United States government and spread profound grief in the national capital. v Although It was not known how many. If any "of those lost were Amer leans. .the view 'was general that the most serioOT situation corif rented the i American government since the outbreak of the war In. Europe. The -warning of the United States that Germany jwould be held to a "strict accountability' for the lossict SHIP SENT TO BOTTOM BY GERMAN TORPEDO The Lusitania of the Cunard line was one of the largest and speediest of the Atlantic Imers. The vessel has always been popular with the traveling public andon every voyage carried in any passengers including the passengers and crew there were nearly 2,000 souls on board when she was sunk. Reported at Queenstown That the Multi-Millionaire and the -Noted Theatrical Manager Can't Be Found. MANYiOTHER AMERICANS IN THE LIST OF MISSING \ter and Leonard Bistic of Atlanta Reported on the Ill-Fated Lusitariia. Development of last night showing that many passengers of the Ill-fated Lusitania. sunk by a German submariner are dead or wounded .have In creased the 'anxiety of Atla.nta.ns over the' fate of friends or relatives on board. First reports were that Dr. Walpole 6rewer physician at the Ansley and Wamedby the Germans Ltjsitania Went to Doom 1 251 Passengers ATLANTAN SAFE The Great Lmer Sailed From New York on Day the Kaiser's Embassy Published Advertisement to Travelers. 188 AMERICANS BOOKED Two Torpedoes Were Fired Into Great Passenger Ship And No Waning Was Given Reported That the Stricken Ship Went Down So Quickly That There Was Not Time to Launch All the Life Boats Only About 500 or 600 Survivors Have Been Landed at Irish Ports Some of Those Picked Up Are Badly Injured Some Bodies Have Been Picked tjp The Lusitania Was Torpedoed About Ten Miles Off the Irish Coast and Not Far From Cork and Queenstown. Queenstowif May 8. a. m. -Survivors of the Lusitania who have arrived here estimate that only about 650 of those en board the steamer were saved and only a small proportion of those rescued were saloon passengers. sv London May 8. a. m. -he CentraLNews says that the number of the "Lusifania's passengers wlto died of injuries being taken to Queenstown will reach one hundred .Captain Turner of the Lusitania was-among those saved. London May 8. (4:54 a. m. A Dublin dispatch to the Exchange Telegraph company says that the latest reports .indicate a loss of "life on "the Lusitania at about one thousand. r 'r i .2 1 i"1 1Ft c' f" 'f" ry- .i5iW1THB ATLANTA CONSTITUTION ii1 V L X4VIL' 327 A .A. .S. URDAY MO G M Y 15FOURTEEN PA.G s. D.U nI r. II Uta-cJr. .I' 'c' .1.5 .1.- .t ta r88.4m ricans Aboard--- f/ tlderbilt a dFrohrrianMissing 'WHENS'UNK BY GlfRMAN.SUBMARINE 0' GRAVrSITUATJON FuwUNI KOSTA1ES CAUSED.BYSNKIN OFTH&LUSIIANI Offi al W snington. 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