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The Daytona daily news. [volume] (Daytona, Fla.) 1903-1926, May 08, 1915, Image 1

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t!AY t, t:45 M OVER FIFTEEN HUNDRED MEN,
)C:::lcssn are still unaccounted for today and
ID THAT THir PERISHED WHEN THE LUSITANIA WAS
.-."3 tUNK OFF KINSDALE HEAD, IRELAND, YESTER-
cz rrr.roNs are known to have landed, it is
: ctatsd that there were 2,160 people aboard the
1 IT SANK, AND OF THIS NUMBER 188 WERE AMERI
i.Y 44 OF TH ISE ARE REPORTED ALIVE. IT IS FEARED
TILT, FROHMAN, HUBBARD, KLEIN AND MANY OTHER
: tONS PEfJSHED.
:AL LOSS OCCASIONED BY THE SINKING OF THE
1 13 ESTIM.TED AT FROM EIGHT MILLION TO NINE
THE PASSENGERS LOST EVERYTHING.
O STEAMS 4 1 P COMPANY'S OFFICES IN NEW YORK
. .'--I CZSIEQCD BY FRANTIQ RELATIVES AND FRIENDS
.:.r.3 THE LUSITANIA, PLEADING FOR INFORMATION
VAr.D JONIIS DECLARED THE LOSS OF LIFE AMONG
rAMINGERS WAS VERY HEAVY. MOST OF THE
..3 WERE JT LUNCH WHEN THE BLOW WAS DELIV-
, :::s officers assured the passengers that
IX WOULD HOT SINK, AND THIS CAUSED MANY TO GO
TltS VESSELl SOME OF THESE, HOWEVER, WERE LATER
.:.2'J THE SE MANY DID NOT REALIZE THE DANGER
Z IU UNTIL IT WAS TOO LATE. APPARENTLY WITHOUT
:,"2 A JARRING EXPLOSION WHICH SHOOK THE LUSI
1 CTEM TO STERN. IMMEDIATELY AFTERWARD FOL--YIRE
8HOC4. AND THE SHIP KEELED SHARPLY. AN
Z'A CAME ANII THE DOOMED VESSEL WAS FILLED WITH
Z.XAGE. THEN FIRE BROKE OUT. SOME OF THE PAS-
3 A NUMBIR OF THE CREW WERE KILLED BY THE
Berlin, May 8. The news of the sink
ing of the Lusitania, printed today, caused
a great sensation. The general tenor of
the comment here is thaf a severe lesson
has been administered to England.
son
HER BOTTOM WAS TORN OUT BY AN INTERNAL EXPLOSION AND
SHE SANK ALMOST IMMEDIATELY IN 60 FATHOMS OF WATER.
THERE IS NO VISIBLE TRACE NOW OF THE SHIP ABOVE THE WATER
WHERE SHE WENT DOWN, 15 MILES SOUTH OF OLD HEAD KINSALE.
NEW YORK, MAY 8. AT 2:30 THIS AFTERNOON CUNARD OFFI
CIALS ANNOUNCED THAT THE LUSITANIA DEAD NUMBER 1,364, AC
CORDING TO THE LATEST LISTS RECEIVED. SHE HAD ON BOARD
WHEN STRUCK 2,067 PEOPLE, INCLUDING THE CREW OF 816.
NEW YORK , MAY 8. CUNARD OFFICERS ANNOUNCED AT 4:00
O'CLOCK (EASTERN TIME) THIS AFTERNOON THAT THEY NOW
HAVE THE NAMES OF 250 PEOPLE SAVED FROM THE LUSITANIA.
AMONG THESE WERE 52 OFFICERS AND 19 MEMBERS OF THE CREW
SEND .RILL TO
DISASTER THAT SAK!
DEATHS OF All
WASHINGTON, MAY 8. AMBASSADOR GERARD AT BERLIN AND
AMBASSADOR PAGE AT LONDON HAVE BEEN ORDERED TO TRANS
MIT FULL REPORTS OF THE GERMAN AND ENGLISH VERSIONS OF
THE LUSITANIA DISASTER.
THE REPORTS OF THE NUMBER OF AMERICANS WHO LOST
THEIR LIVES CONFLICT. THE ESTIMATED NUMBER RANGES FROM
60 TO 144.
ALFRED VANDERBILT, DANIEL FROHMAN, ELBERT HUBBARD,
MRS. ELBERT HUBBARD, AND KLEIN HAVE BEEN GIVEN UP FOR
DEAD BY THEIR FRIENDS,
THE ENGLISH ADMIRALTY TODAY DECLARED THAT THE LUSI
TANIA WAS NOT ARMED, AND THEREFORE WAS NOT TECHNICALLY
A WARSHIP.
TWO ARMIES ON WAY
TO CONSTANTINOPLE
ATHENS, MAY 8. ALL TURKISH FORTS ON THE ASIATIC SIDE
OF THE DARDANELLES TO NAGARA HAVE BEEN SILENCED. THE
ALLIES ARE MAKING A GENERAL ATTACK BY LAND AND SEA.
A RUSSIAN ARMY HAS LANDED ON THE BLACK SEA COAST AND
IS NOW ADVANCING ON CONSTANTINOPLE.
" MAY! -ALFRED VANDERBILT IS REPORTED DROWNED.
TLT.riSR REMAINED ON THE BRIDGE OF THE LUSITANIA
;Cr.7N WITH'HER, BUT WAS LATER PICKED UP BY A LIFE
7.3 THOMAS, A MILLIONAIRE COAL OPERATOR, AND HIS
-'htr wpp siufd. mo GERMANS WERE ABOARD
1 THE LAST FEW MOMENTS THE SHIP WAS AFLOAT
PANOEMON UM REIGNED ABOARD. PASSENGERS DON
.rmiRVERS ND LEAPED OVERBOARD. AN OVERLOADED
? TURNED OVtR AND THREW ALL THE OCCUPANTS INTO
5
" -.-.ICAN COIISUL AT QUEENSTOWN STATES THAT THE
OF SURVIVORS IS 634, AND HE BELIEVES THAT VERY
3 ESCAPEC.
WASHINGTON, MAY 8. THE ADMINISTRATION WILL NOT. TAKE
PRECIPITATE ACTION IN THE CASE OF THE LUSITANIA, BUT WILL
AWAIT ALL POSSIBLE INFORMATION BEFORE ATTEMPTING TO
FORMULATE ITS POLICY ON THIS PARTICULAR MATTER.
SENATOR STONE SAID THI MORNING: . "THE SINKING OF THE
CUNARD LINER, LUSITANIA ,IS INDEED SAD, BUT HOW IT CAN POS
SIBLY AFFECT OUR PRESENT EUROPEAN POLICY I AM UNABLE TO
SEE. GERMANY HAS A RIGHT TO SINK BRITISH VESSELS, AND
(Continued on Page Four.)
WHO WILL RULE CONSTANTINOPLE?
HAY t, 2:01 P. M THE BRITISH ADMIRALTY HAS ABAN
2 THAT AliY OF 1,457 MISSING PERSONS WHO WERE
2 LUSITANIA ARE ALIVE. THE KNOWN SURVIVORS NOW
r?RIY,THE MILLIONAIRE automobile manufacturer.
-ID FROM THE SEA. AFTER HE HAD BEEN IN THE WATER
UAY MX NOON TODAY A CUNARD OFFICIAL STATED
TAB AS ASCERTAINABLE ONLY 79 OUT OF 291 FIRST
-r:ciRS W IRE saved, most of those RESCUED when
UVrNT DOAN WERE SECOND AND THIRDCLASS PASSEN-
OF
UiV .-PARLIAMENT IS PREPARING TO INQUIRE
1 AESJIRA TV WHV IT DID NOT FURNISH BETTER SAFE
n THE LUl ITANIA. THE ADMIRALTY IS BEING SEVERELY
-TON. Mi Y 8. THE STATE DEPARTMENT ANNOUNCED
ZZK THII AFTERNOON THAT 140 AMERICANS ARfc d-
ttAVE PEMSHED WHEN THE LUSITANIA SANK.
UAY "THE BODY OF DANIEL FROHMAN WAS RECOV
yi tea
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-'M. kiv &.COAST GUARDS WITNESSED THE DE
Vu. eoriki THE SHORE. THEY DECLARE
rUAU;ED THE LINER'S BOILERS TO EXPLODE
BAPTIST CHURCH SERVICES
TOMORROW A. M. AND NIGHT
At the Baptist church on Sunday
the pastor, Holmes S. Rightmire, will
occupy the pulpit both morning and
evening notwithstanding the an
nouncement earlier in the week that
Mrs. Rightmire would breach the
Mothers' day sermon in the morning.
The topic of the morning sermon will
be, "Indebted to Motherhood for
What?" All are requested to wear
a white flower in honor of mothers.
The topic of the evening sermon will
be. "A Twentieth Century FooL" The
evening service will be given to
evangelism, and all who are inquiring
the way of life are invited to be
present.
The live Bible school meets at 9:43
in the morning. The Junior society
has its good-story hour at 3:00 in the
afternoon with Mrs. Riehtmire in
charge. The devotional period of the
B. Y. P. U. is held at 6:43, and all
young people of the city are Invited
to enjoy this interesting hour. The
pastor will preach the usual illus
trated st-rmon to the boys and girls
at the morning service.
Miss Estelle Pearee arrived Thurs
day of this week from Evanston. I1L.
for a visit of about three weeks with
Mr. and Mrs. John F. Stewart and
daughter, Miss Marian Stewart, at
their winter home, 56 Fairview ave
nue. Miss Pearce will return to
Evanston in company with Mr. Stew
art and family.
.. v.- :rw,nihl for much of the ill feeling existing between the nations of
For BtnrtMiSt""hv fcTam "contention, would arise as to the be.t manner of government whkh would
Europe. Even after capture 2,'' ru!ers most vitally concerned in it. final disposition are (top
work for harmony among 'Tv England; Mohammed V Turkey; Kaiser Wilhelm, Germany; ar Nicholas,
row. left to right) King George rdlnand, Bulgaria; King Victor Emanuel, Italy; Emperor Francis Joseph,
Russia; (bottom rowtJnM Gne.pveIK FerdlMnd. Roumanla; (right cen
Austria; King Teter, Ser.(Wt cen i Constantinople (Stamboul) and its surroundings.
DON'T FAIL TO USE
PLENTY OF MOTH BALLS
When closing the house for
the Summer. 10c a pound.
Hanldns Drug Co,
THREE STORES

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