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it- . ' VTOHA, "y. FRIDAY, MAY 7, HIS. . " PRICK FIVS CH7
'SvlEFlSB ITALY'S TERMS
-2, lriay T.-Bispatches from thi frontier state that Austria has rejected
:2Eaqi propcsd as the price of Italy's neutrality, and the indications are
;ar Till immediately follow. i
h reported that martial law has already been declared in the Italian
of Austria, and that Italians in large numbers are crossing the in-
iMiai Domer into Italy.
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TIEiEIIDOUS IMIIIFMl III ATLANTA
ATLANTA, MAY 7.-TWO INCHES OF RAIN FELL. IN AN HOUR AND
FIVE MINUTES THIS MORNING, BREAKING A LONG DROUTH. W. L.
TRUSSELL, LABORER WORKING IN A SEWER, WAS DROWNED BY A
SUDDEN DELUGE. THIS WAS THE HEAVIEST RAINFALL IN ATLANTA
SINCE THE WEATHER BUREAU WAS ESTABLISHED.
"V 7 WITH ITALY NEARER WAR THAN AT ANY TIME
7 IAN HOSTILITIES COMMENCED LAST AUGUST, THE
.? TC3AY 7f CONSIDER A COMMUNICATION STATING
"JL ATTITUDE.
TTED THAT THE FOREIGN OFFICE HAS BEGUN THE
1.272 70 7 E POWERS JUSTIFYING ITALY'S ENTRANCE
.l CM THE f IDE OF THE ALLIES. IT IS ALSO REPORTED
; GOVERNMENT WILL POSTPONE THE OPENING OF PAR-
I
'V. CICREE JUST PUBLISHED EMPOWERS THE GOVERN-
J ZXZZ OF EXTRAORDINARY CIRCUMSTANCES,- TO SUS-I
TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH SERVICES IN THE KING-
GADSDEN, MAY 7. BETWEEN MIDNIGHT LAST NIGHT AND NINE
O'CLOCK THIS MORNING FIVE INCHES OF RAIN FELL HERE, BREAK
ING A SIX WEEKS' DROUGHT.
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UAH WILL BE AVERTED,
Ell EN 11 CITY OF TOKIO
TOKIO, MAY 7. AUTHENTIC ASSURANCES HAVE BEEN RECEIVED
TODAY THAT WAR BETWEEN CHINA AND JAPAN HAS BEEN
AVERTED. CHINA, IT IS RELIABLY REPORTED, HAS DEFINITELY DE
CIDED TO GRANT THE JAPANESE DEMANDS.
GUAftD
LIBSADITO
HAVE BEEN WOOED
OFF SO. COAST KLAffl;
HAD 1 200 PA
SSE MS
LONDON, MAY 7. THE CUNNARD LINER LUSITANIA. WHICH
SAILED FROM NEW YORK LAST SATURDAY AFTER MANY OF THE
PASSENGERS HAD BEEN WARNED BY UNKNOWN PERSONS NOT TO
MAKE THE TRIP, IS REPORTED TO HAVE BEEN TORPEDOED AND
SUNK TODAY OFF THE COAST OF IRELAND.
IffiEOTS
"".A3, MAY 7. WITH A GREAT BATTLE RAGING BETWEEN
.7! MANS AND THE VISTULA RIVER. WHERE THE RUS-
. :I3 TO POSITIONS STRONGLY FORTIFIED, THE GER
2 AtlUMED T'HE OFFENSIVE AT A NUMBER OF POINTS IN
:r:r;a to i revent the sending of Russian re
::t into WESTERN GALICIA. ANOTHER . BATTLE IS
JTH OF JA9LO.
::2TMXR GIRMAN ARMY IS PREPARING TO ATTACK THE
::tions at' tar now.
-'-'JAND 1EUTONS HAVE FALLEN IN THE MIGHTY BAT-
J CISAN WA 1ST.
TIEN TSIN, MAY 7.THE JAPANESE MINISTER TO CHINA HAS
PREPARED TO LEAVE PEKIN.
JAPANESE TROOPS ARE MOVING TOWARD TTHE MANCHURIAN
RAILWAY, WHICH CONNECTS PEKIN WITH THE TRANS-SIBERIAN
SYSTEM IN RUSSIA. A LARGE ARMY HAS BEEN CONCENTRATED IN
MONGOLIA, WHICH PROVINCE IT IS SAID WILL CO-OPERATE WITH
JAPAN IF WAR IS DECLARED. IT IS REPORTED THAT CHINESE AND
JAPANESE TROOPS HAVE ALREADY CLASHED AT TSINAN.
CONSTANTINOPLE BOMBARDED
ATHENS, MAY 7. "THREE RUSSIANS AIRMEN BOMBARDED CON
STANTINOPLE TODAY AND IT IS BELIEVED THAT CONSIDERABLE
DAMAGE WAS DONE B YEXPLODING SHELLS. RUSSIAN SHELLS FELL
WITHIN TEN MILES OF CONSTANTINOPLE DURING BOMBARDMENT
OF THE BOSPHORUS BY THE BLACK SEA SQUADRON.
in
ISTtlVS 1 0 YPBES BATTLE TURNED
INTO ARTILLERY DUEL
M fHWrc PPI.
NEW YORK, MAY 7. THE CUNARD STEAMSHIP COMPANY TODAY
RECEIVED AN UNCONFIRMED REPORT FROM ITS LIVERPOOL AGENTS
THAT THE LINER LUSITANIA HAD BEEN TORPEDOED BY A GERMAN
SUBMARINE .
LONDON, MAY 7. LLOYD'S REPORTS THE CUNARD LINER LUSI
TANIA SUNK OFF KINSALE. NO DETAILS WERE GIVEN.
LONDON, MAY 7. A LATER DISPATCH SAYS THE LUSITANIA IS
REPORTED BEACHED OFF KINSALE, AND THAT THE PASSENGERS
AND CREW ARE BELIEVED TO BE SAFE, ACCORDING TO LLOYD'S.
&INSALE IS ABOUT 40 MILES SOUTHWEST OF QUEENSTOWN, IRE
LAND. THE LUSITANIA CARRIED ABOUT 1,200 PEOPLE BESIDES THE
CREW.
LONDON, MAY 7, 2:55 P. M-.IT IS REPORTED THAT THE LUSI
TANIA WAS FLYING THE AMERICAN FLAG WHEN TORPEDOED. A
LARGE STEAMSHIP ARRIVED SOON AFTER THE ATTACK WAS MADE,
AND RENDERED ASSISTNCE. TUGS, PATROLS, AND OTHER BOATS
TOOK THE LIFEBOATS IN TOW. THE WEATHER WAS CLEAR.
ONE REPORT SAYS THE TORPEDOING TOOK PLACE AT 2:00
O'CLOCK THIS MORNING, AND THAT THE VESSEL REMAINED AFLOAT
UNTIL TWO O'CLOCK THIS AFTERNOON, ALLOWING THE PASSEN
GERS TWELVE HOURS IN WHICH TO DISEMBARK. TWENTY BOATS
ARE SAID TO HAVE LEFT THE BIG LINER WITH PASSENGERS AND
SEAMEN.
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TENNESSEE
PARIS, MAY 7 (Official). THE GREAT BATTLE WHICH HAD BEEN
RAGING ALONG THE YPRES FRONT HAS RESOLVED ITSELF INTO AN
ARTILLERY DUEL. ANOTMtn viuutni n i illlri ot i ii-t m
?ALE. MISt. MAV 7. TEN PERSONS ARE REPORTED! nrmT THE VAUQUOIS FRONT. THE ENEMY ATTEMPTED
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3 INJURED, WITH PROPERTY DAMAGE ESTIMATED AT I By ST0RM FRENCH POSITIONS NEAR BAGATELLE, IN THE
JLtZH DOU.ARS. AS THE RESULT OF A TORNADO WHICH ARG0NNE LAST NIGHT, BUT THE ATTACKS BROKE DOWN, SO FIERC
ItlCTION THIS MORNING. THE VICTIMS WERE TENANTS RE FRENCH RESISTANCE,
J TLANTAVIONS AND MOST OF THEM WERE NEGROEs.
1 CF THE 8TORM S VIOLENCE WAS IN THE VICINITY OF
.T. WHEP E THE GREATER PART OF THE DAMAGE WAS
" tAMDS OF ACRES OF FARM LANDS ARE FLOODED, AND
7 HQRSIt mul es AND CATTLE HAVE BEEN DROWNED.
r.7ENN. MAY 7 MRS. SARAH HAYS WAS KILLED, HER
:AV1, F,7AJ.LY INJURED AND HIS WIFE BADLY HURT,
1 CLOWN DOWN. MANY ORCHARDS UPROOTED AND
VERE UNROOFED BY A TORNADO WHICH PAR-
:ATC 7HIS SEC7I0N OF TENNESSEE LAST NIGHT.
AVIATOR CRIPPLESTURKISH ARMY
munON. MAY 7.THE TURKISH LINE OF COMMUNICATION BE
TWEEN SMYRNA AND THE DARDANELLES WAS CUT TODAY BY THE
c a. BRIDGE BY A BRITISH AVIATOR. THE ALLIES
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HAVE CAPTURED THE HEIGHTS COMMANDING SOUA1N fokt on the
GALLIPOLI PENINSULA.
(Additional Telegraphic News oa Pge Four.)
NEW YORK, MAY 7, 3:20 P. M. THE AMERICAN AMBASSADOR TO
LON DO N CABLED THIS AFTERNOON CONFIRMATION OF THE TORPE
DOING OF THE LUSITANIA, STATING THAT SHE SANK WITHIN HALF
AN HOUR. HE HAD NO REPORT CONCERNING THE FATE OF THE
PASSENGERS.
CUNARD OFFICIALS DECLARE THE LINER WAS SUNK WITHOUT
WARNING. THE LIVERPOOL AGENT OF THE COMPANY SAID THAT IF
ANY PASSENGERS WERE SAVED, AS IT IS HOPED THERE WERE,
THEY WOULD BE LANDED ON THE IRISH COAST AND BROUGHT TO
LIVERPOOL.
ONE MORE FISHING BOAT LOST.
LONDON, May 7. A German submarine torpedoed and tank the trawler
Don in the North Sea, Thursday.
UNIVERSITY MEN TRYING
TO SAVE LEO M. FRANK
ATLANTA. May 7. Governor John
M. Slaton received this week a bound
volume containing hundreds of sign
ed letters letters asking for executive
clemency for heo M. Frank, under
sentence of death for the murder of
Mary Thagan. The letters uere all
from members of the Cornell Alumni
association of Western Pennsylvania.
Torsional notes to the governor were
attached to many of the circulars by
persons who knew Frank while he
waa a student at Cornell.
flinA,
DON'T FAIL TO USE
PLENTY OF MOTH BALLS
When closing the house for
the Summer. 10c a pound.
Hooldns Drug Co.
THREE STORES
1 AT MOPKINSVILLE, KY, WERE UNROOFED.

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