Title: Daytona Daily News
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Title: Daytona Daily News
Uniform Title: Daytona Daily News
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Geo. F. Crouch
Place of Publication: Daytona, Fla.
Publication Date: December 21, 1908
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona Beach
Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075894
Volume ID: VID00259
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 1631353
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do d awof the nad frema
KAV to kay West. stmetblmg
mom b prd of bhsis aed.-
dr o *a* m for rL~a
~ Ws* tarl aatemplted
as dthe =isemarco
Kmftof tKey and Key
'-marr -~rb ham e
bI.t0ASt V.@ of the ex-
Is e- ft pes
%6b Kaigtu Key and
14 & e. th erew will be at
aikx eammitie work with
-IL An important
ho bsm bevied aa ni% the forni
wek. The huge arches of
lCtvistduct wiglgve place in
d ch dranel to very sub-
Id SaI cAr rete piers mupon
gof fth U rsructure. This
let dm --Pu-" wi expedite the
=o O ort and will alpso be
-aamA and ai4sfactory ah
seek wauk. At the' prei-ent
amw thousand mean ar- tit
gobus. bet this force will 6 -
ft wnoem Owvmfts dphundred
-awe berlin.
^w a# uwcement that thow
i to I&e frid t hroughk to
S U em be heedWded with great
&TmetS. by the people of Flor
-I&b aby the whole country. l hi-
ale&afaiwrhas Lawt to lm- reeog-
m- so so ordinary transpiortatitota
Til e, y of t he uaat-irn are upi ioni
Sinie~int g a&4it will 1w a source
Us"Oetnm to tile eoukt it N':.1
binmew- thlat Mr. I-'iagler iiteeltcrll
soaSuftvfuful Iipuv olte cif t h
m oderfUl feraitoll 41f 11141%14-11

redis built--aud et-.-'tt Iii
dEJUL is gong to p~ut iiijl~i'iiil iziten
40iftft wil be oIe of ltlt Iee k1'
aek~ls~evemerit of r,i.ceernl cir.-
adll-era-iler Wtt'* o x.; r t

a-as
--stetclitwtof Watdtijvt,:n~'
Wetwees ntaniv uf t~2(L ~
Insw installers the ua111 -1d~


eg~ted one ell sit Ii' 1ll
4. 1 aairn and aqwecd cot whe
a dfam with onliv ia
6" bow and thert.

Illlchaqarsm~ou ti~ 'tltltrFri I'e -
r f hg siusafly forwardl as the
14& Ii o Key Wes~t, tielt- ati
am 006, the Peopxed twenity ~~
46Sl f1. alle lake.to thu gull.~en
bd m scheme. ian the aridb p es be,
salin-st sbways in tine great citfic'
Aud Li~i~ actUall reaC~liuig: to' the
W3 ii~id the iiatiriin cef ftte
lal at AuWrna' an qcen~l-


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The starting mew of thM adden
death by apoplexy of Leteasamt LoAss
G. Miller. m of T. Ewing Miller and
brother of IrA. iler of Dayto and
CWJumb,, 0., has -aaa the atbhr
and brother and owr Obioam who
knew L tr-met MNier, sad strikes s a
thunadrr esp from a *r *ky; no one
w -p*aad for tle O ke.
His death o rred td e 12th at the
mar ife qita, C-,am, Philippine
uiada v whee be waa afttoed with hisb
command.
LUetenamt Miner was a very popular,
promising and much bovd oerwr, and
had he not been strieky is young man-
- hood would have reade ib counts y
distingud hed *.nr v he ha4
already made record La his aoutry's
asrvice in the L -paas--America- war,
and In reoougitioa of dllst- o".d ren-
ice in thim war was appointed seooad
lie 'utetant in the maria corp and after
Sa year'a iervwie promoted to first lieu-
i tettnit and sent to Guam, where he re-
j niaimed twofyeara.
At the time of his death he was sta-
Stioned at Olongipo. P I.
lieutenant Miller was 35 years old
|and unmarried. lie was making high
r.ink a presiding officer and his friends
S conidently expected great thing of
him. The anuouncemeant of his death is
the more a shock for thus remain.
His father, T. Ewing Miller, and his
brother, Ira II. Miller, have the sym-
1 patlhy of their many Florida friend is i
I their berMave met.

IA NEGn TIWOY


THE REGATTA


IS FOR


PALM BEACH.


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A REVERSAL


OF THE


LOWER COURT


bv R RmrCtpg Classes Announced Judge Jones Reverses The Decision


for Boats Capable of Making
12 Miles an Hour.


AT "YANASSE L" ACE MEET FOR MARCH 9--12.


Negro Woman Uses Fire Arms
With Telling Effect at a


Illand Suburb.


I lt' T.'-l'i It clti .)
IEI.AN\I. lIke. 21.-A tragedy at
'-\ aulla.ec,'` a colored suburb of I).-
L.tid, \.-teridav, ill result in the
deatli ol .Ieo. Smith. Ill a row in which
ierlaHpl- jahl u-v alnd 'ikt oze" figured
Joee Snt1111, ls Mlat the loilnt of death, aitid
" Vamta.-see' i- Ptirred from eetinter ti, vii1-
(ill Ifi feret' -II '.
It "ill taie a c ,urt Al re'\iew i te ii-
varti i ile facts leaditng ulp to, the
trac' '\.

IFraming New Tariff.
H I; | Ill't -. i P .%-.1
\\ \-111\;T tti- iit\, tatlt bill Ie-gan this morning.
Tte< ni, asur~vll ill e written by reputili-
cat, iirelltbers cf th,. Ways and Meaits
t !t iiiie'. Andrew ('ariegi, will tu'-
i nt ill Itm spOtlns" a subpok.On,.


tal'nil ft 'itt Ileit 'lai re.

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ha'e, arri~eci
WIS %b;t
swumtier aa


The next m ,tor loat regatta at Pala;
Beach %will start on Tuesday, March 9,
an1d continue through Friday, tihe 12th.
'There will be sev e\t racing clauses. and
boatic not capable c,f making twel\'t.e


of Criminal Court of Record
in Automobile Decision.


STATE VERSUS


E[. ILMORE.


IDEKLAND1), Itc. ,21.-Judgc Nliti'-r S.
Jones, of the CIilciL (Muruiht, siLo. m d'l
tie d'c~i~kmc cit ('orihtihu:l Cic r t cif Rej4ce Id
iW thee (use tif tl St ate vs. 1S.I ;.d-


mnile.- an hour will iin.t ie. eligible for thlle more. ThisI as the ce c-re Mr. (.'-
general events. T"o eecial laces will |i ore was arrested fr con(titduct iln :
t1o held for such craft, ho1 .\v.r. II.-I autoiiobwile garage wit hout a: licelnt. an l
tailb of thte regatt u;rt aticut tce y$1d ttei1 ai ad ',.cts. IThe ,lpu,,tiun \' i-
Theodore WV ll.-, c'.hiiijiitn ol tI c. i i the interpretation o f tlhe' \i ,rI "gtr at .'
Ilittee. The- boat- atre t i\ idcd i tlt-.-e JudIge Jon c' held that %iwn.r ;t tIaiI :ij
a. follows l' eioe r two xutoiiiii.c for iiire, anti til
Class A- -All 1 at- .tr. u a-ure-d by it, repairing fcor ,>tiher .nt.,,iiolct.N, lie
the rating lule ,I thte. Atciicau l'owter Idid Tiot iniaiiitaiai a g:1t.aI ti ci 11 :.,-
Boat As. vciatiou. 'Ilass 1 lhoat. s u,.iitly is not liaieh- f,.r a ,i ;c-e tited,. I
feet and ulder, ntttei line i iithgt. ('Cls- t, e >tlate l "lict U". h l- ,. ,
t'- Blk t s 322 feet alc it\c,\e (Clas-z BC : a h Ilite .t'tc iie ) t .i-IrI. i ,t '-
Boatt of all lelgthi ., t'!a I ttk .tl- tof j '- '.- avi'leg :ttit, ,l i 'li '
17 niille s speed. ('Cin- 1D1 I ., a'!.
no ft, -,n,,tt.tio-. R. H. EMMETT DEAD


THE ELECTRIC PLANT


AT LA [ACROSS VILLA.


INSTA IN MACHINE Came romorkSte to


:oiljua aW'inter Htouste. Itit


They are (iiv ing miiinent Satis-
faction .Motor slumping Outfit


on displayy 'I uesJay.


tcuril ute iribtic- l: ci:
I i
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Is Called home.


it hi i i t- it I tI r. 4N' 4

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--Donaliey in Clevdland Plain Dealer.



JOE HOOKER


POST IS

i OFFICERED.


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CLWRight Goods at ~ A~lU JSU
Right Prices, Willbe Gi~m A*&y Cmist.
meqi ftus TragYuR .~t Eve. Call as ow sk
Loo~~~5 lk uss b Jwes


~ for purticakon.
:Fu Fl L. H. ROWU1E 3CO. =lIU.CL


IINIER THE i CONTEST


SEALED IS NOW


ORDERS. WIDENING.

Toe Battleship Maine Sails From On the East Side and Down the
Hampton Roads Today Coast The Interest is on
For Somewhere. The increase.


PM AILY GOES TO VENEZUELA. ANOTHER FINE PRN ZE U P.

LBy I'nitedtl l'r.-.j An endless amount of amusement has
WASHINGTON, Dec. 21.-T-'l'he bat- teveloped from the Bush & Safford Co.
tleship Maine sailed today frnl lunml,- piano contest and many have found it
ton Roads under sealed orders It is better than the minstrels. The recent
assumed that it has started for Venezu- coup of the Ritle boys in buying up edi-
ela waters to be on hand should it be- ti,,ns of the Daily News containing the
came necessary to protect AtIeriitn itl- oouipons worth 500 votes created a wn-
terests. sat ion :nd the public ruled the boys out
S of order. They gracefully accepted the
HADONE YACHT HERE ruling, but as they are invincible will
H YACHT HER.,) Lretinue to ring in surprises on theirtwfA
14P DDT fD rimidable rivals, the High School and
-ARRIVED SATURIY. the l.astern Star, from time to time.
i The boys say they wish it emphatic.aily
i ,riidh.rstood that they are in the running
On Way to Miami Froni .\AlbaIny :m 1 till be present at the final count,
: .id clinch it by tinally remarking that all
Here 1 hne Year A c the dm mare fond of good piano music.
Going Tomorroi Th11' big pianos have been shipped and
atrt, xl.pected to arrive this week. \Vh-en
The -Howena," of .\ll,:hiy, \. V., received they wibe placed un e.xh:oi-
probably the finest yacht -..a r,., thi ti ,n it ione Beach street tiri andl
season, arrived Satturivay niiigt1t ~I1 i .o 'n..picuously placarde.d so that all mtay
tied up at the South bridge Ttheowner, A. MIcQueien, nirl I,[tt. iny (k ik>e.
are on a pleasure trip, b-ing biiound fur I.uither than this, little later. short
Miami, from Albany, N. Y.. where' they piano recitals will likely be arranged,
left about tive week. ago,, iost (of the ,,t ,,nlv for the d,'lmetation of those who
trt iinar tlP rvrn th t ,eldttie a iut tho .


The "Rowena"'' is ;tiout :i.-; l:togpet
boat as is usually setn lh.nre and is li:tiil-
somely fitted out. The party will prob-
ably resume their voyageuetii,,rrw.
The same Ioat Wa. here teir-., v',nr-
a go.


Meeting Held, Officers Chosen for: 'r ald Mrs. A
dren were in the c.itv .
Ensuing Year and Banquet doing same Christmas sli,,i,
Arranged For.
STANDARD OIL CO.


COMMODORE BURGOYNE'S WIRE[.


>iel .ee tIIoke.r PI-,,t, No. 1, ita- held
atuothler ii etiuIg and elected (, icels.
(t.,;, ige Il. Matthews Aas retained a
( >otitllt:cllt. T r ,f the lP t; H. E. Tlo'ille-
,d.;I, senior Vice; k\^ Wilder, Junii':
i,'; I. i1. CaHv|,\dj and Ma.ster of
Arm;: A. E1. Miso Cha'Illaiu: (C. Mal.--


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ILLUMINt PUBLIC.


Will Stick "The lorch toMaliki.,u.


Plubhishers For 'I heir M1i.,


represent tat io ns.
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lill ItA-,rero~f ttreeI )a v; MMc 'alden-I ,' N1A\ 'N I P l, 0e.(.
)!liucr of tftc w ~i~rd. 'nbut iereazht ."urA~ii v.c:
it.-, Itkr ll i.., and uqw[ c,
'liiIei~ Ti'y teletgram w pazall NIf1 14 ti e -
artcPzt I autil Ing the gray hired i Ard (Il Co.. tteihtv
arc ks.: rc 4i eliciteld thie rimo:t favtrai e it s trad ic't-r
k" miletel 4,10 Midlheelped to put a in The Nt?!c 4
khe (1 W fli l ing hu ahiito g tIleelold%% arriw~N fe eie t'n ~ ~ : .
I I i I rit" : It Ilin cl v i l eu I -II
E, W N )k Jb.,N Y. t ii'su t i i" t,,, i I.t 1) 11c.4 44.
Wr )I e- If. IMathee(' ., Coll1.iame1c J, ili led IIIi jirIi,, .(
I I ec-; l' 't I jt c it, 11a.cStl I ii T i,-!
N.-1c-. thoJ w e'II- luke-r Po(e.', ill i tice'rt t I, pu n l f.Iiie'e. e
1c:L'ht I v.i-1e that ..ic HI% ulel (It itI ,i n ad t c-I vjl-!.
tPi itt) the' it e i'h ,tfIr
I I ac c i ild h- i ik t,. t p 1j r rdoI 1Ke il I K
'eem!i, %c44 :I W ,;(v I!isn'tic a H ci il'c ter, \NIP !i's4'- ''. ci*4
p N I I w' z i z e i i I i i i -,
r !A 1-3 11-1,11 till oil th ,,
10 3(t l .t h I11 idIv L ~ VI.., (O%*r.1d T he (a l Ill, I. I .'

trig tecr.~Y-, .
Coi t tu i I4- ei 4X-( 4 cofedt-ritte.s, 'ek It
t T. I:Wt 1a1th'w.m.and laughIc oTHE C(r
1 .1! 1!d itscideit of tile :( ?

t 'Lhw' -,[ eacht Iitst.
-\ I.! !~ I'r -lijir r ~t tr:
iN p~e-- u'41 rla ea4 l, .1 (, he re% it h 11:
.4. 1 4 .1

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aue buitoi~ing fo~r thie p,1ano but bi~r the in-
t tre~tt~ci eel etor Ho is Is e(,k king inat nt
T1he I )Uily N-%, and fit I ;zsLettt- Ne-ws
T re i t~r ii~ll to am tie uritce that hereat-
tvir. they' %, I gife 100 vott-6 iII the pialno
I en t*,t fer *. *trv 100 cents paid i( ceoi
Tj t. J14,iI dcfpartuiient hasI bmcben
hi P !T crJi III -.V1V Way ecjuilpp'd t.0
turu wieti high cluas. work, and if ve,u
rieel anything freeria a business cardtd, oa
Sblklt yo4u can get it done artistically
41d '1irk I.,.Oat I., tlh, News, Specialty,
t,. i r '. rk in the lc~ekest t ime.
I 6.,vI I If It 'In Itcl p)tlrt lut LA t 'It
(I al Jiic .iemitsuiosmrp-
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t'I ~ bi't I tJI I-~ In.- 0NI(D 41ite-s.
t,, Ow Oulhe. ly Nii w.\t midand o
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SUPPESL S.SP6Ead S. TIEA-
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GOMM- Newtim- ~M iad 0cmts. Betts-
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CLOTHING and SHOES


Best Values in the Cit%.


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AYT'-INA BEACH. ]D,. 21.-Sat-
r *~ .X1. Mjzii'-r. real estate ag*.-n*
C -- 'je. by which Walt.'r Clank
'n -r*- ~ r:rsrzr prtyto Henry A.
~.Msi.;e. U.. The C.A-
Vi-vv r Clark's bratr,
zcpxmfelt _.Jne tiniv pa..;
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Appa~rstion pPudtnae -7.'
Ps*0Ujsor"A at fiur'uona.F~'-
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BmS-0 AND
PR-FSIOA
ADVERTIEET


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F. %N. POPE
Attorney and Counsellor at
Law..
11)~ W --10 a Ir# Sod V"-4-a. .
OIFFKE o 0 ER Po4T(* D-CE.
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FITZGERALD &OATES
AttorneyS aMW Counsellors at La%%
Perfeeting Lra dTiti-f.-
0- eeineLf Con ad Building. ~o'


:DR. G. A. KLOCK
Pbyskcian and Surgeon

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E. L. STEWART
Physician and
Surgeon.
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ROY HOWE. M. D.:
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H-. EUGENE JidlNSO\.
Bicycle Livery.

LBic'yci Supplies, and Wtepalr-.
Come tA~d See.


:DR. F. H. HOUGHITON:


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j,,j htt zu~der ttm y'f0i, c u.iw n u"zwho "I
ne~w $n Mire o -evadily than they Wod"M
tz~ ;&j quaderthir CVearly trainfing i Savingsu
bl"Oi- bi gettbn e us
T-a r9g.rVS t. tb'Pw* mustwinl aquire a habit that
tL~ .'-ry~ifE oreJdowDot bSr4theval"abe iW later years*

In erer7 2c L It ib te tb ir"4 Y vitalityb f
ortie. esponibiitYofS rtga
Itt*r Lie & If ;*kl~wer bat sb
the r!In-ler azc~b O Ol g~ckS OE thse who-lovetUm CM
I! ~tby !eWay- t clUDO'offer the .ppurtufl~y. Chikir
arL n -er-tb t,;m.ItT. to WI@ it s ei y d ir .
away f5-r f".rure emlergencl*L It 12Is~d Pdi
,utyou cannot 54W Department. mccuns may 2
rialt tht b one doflar up.
fla 'US r-.(hit pbysforl and me&-
,5, ttuiseires are the thiaguf
4st6 The Merchat
I o~ir stkver*y ixb'rted pu.AlkY tO tr"
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Ge~orge P. S~ak. Chariestina. W.
V&_. hjs arrived in the city. He
w::.1i rr'nting at tbe Garfimer Art

6rt~'.C. kIc .a wrandwoo i-f
M--s .'uia R. MHoII ocf this city.
atte't"n ppeinzl dmumicipal Jedg'e

Merr~ilCbittezkden whko ha been
a?~rtdifjin shooI atFairtasalt, Minra
her u send the holidays with
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UA ririM.-Ind Miller apartment hrwws
S -,att1 Paletto avenue. Thev
..Vtf ',rm-nyr spent the winter at
St 11004t.-rsburg but thiriss~aun will

M alli M.-s. A. C. P. Shcemaker.
W: a1.1e :'eto in the citv for sev-
q~ ere. iepart~ed Saurday af-
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E. S. ALL the season by mail.
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Y~rsAINACY
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PuwacrpfntS our Spcciaal

SChristmas Cigars,
Candles, Pipes,&c.


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I Photographic
I SPECIAL PRICES ON
Portraits for the Holi-
day Season. ;
l> -. t+lqng ad Prnt p feir tke I
Amateur q Special,. ;

Anderson & Clark;
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Will buy an Elegant Home In

)ORMONI,.
hied. all modern improvements.
di and fronting .un the water.
S A BARGAIN.

HORNTON

ESTATE
RMOND BEACH


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A PreblhIed WOMasp..
A* W lpef~c^ ^f ^ at. ^
ry7 miavetier kaow that there are
emlae retotma upon the Introdue-
U of arm tnto foreign couatrlea.
in g the waspaMo which It i. forbid-
&a to take Iato France Is the "trom-
", which hI expriasy mentioned In
do flisal code as a weapon the carry-
b ad ae k whtelh are not allowed.
AnI pvt the t.-blo" is not a fire-
amm whih s commonly useu now-
Sa4m ftor It Is nothing else than the
h-auh- a weapon which old earl-
Seatims how to have been carried by
Sto gnar of coaches aa a protection
aiat highwaymen and to have been
Wa ~ o bar hIb frplace by John Bull
at the tOme of the care of a Napoleonicl
tvasiToa a hundred years ago. The
blI --I had a flintk)lock, a aqjbort
barrel and a muscle like a trumpet, the
bel mouth being deigned to scatter
the Igs with which the primitive
pia was charged. Any one who buy
one at an old curlosity shop bad better
tae care how he Introduces It Into
raane, for the penalty for doing In
a ane of 200 frane.-London Chron-
letea.


Teak His Joke Seriously.
A funny Incident occurred aboard
one of our big battleships. While at
anchor off some large city a delega-
tion of ladles repreentlng the W. C.
T. U. came aboard and were much In-
terested In aUl they saNw. One of the
visitors, spying the chit box for the
wtnese Ms, which was fastened up In
the ward room, Inquired what It was.
A young ocr, being facetiously In-
elIned and not for one moment suppos-
Ing that his joke would be taken sert-
ously, told her It was a box for foreign
miAlons and that the ofcers were al-
ways glad to have all those who came
aboard contribute. Nothing more wa,
thought of the matter till tbe end of
the month, when the box was opened
and, to the astonishment of all. was
found to contain $12.30. .The dilemma
was overcome by sepillng a check for
the amount, together with a letter of
explanation, to the secretary of tbe
navy requesting that he have It for-
warded through the proper channel to
the caume for which It was coutrlb-
oted.-Army and Navy Life.


Interpreting a Gift,
A Phblladelphia man sent as a pres-
ent to his son and daughter-in-law a
gold eagle and with it the following
letter:
"The. woman on the face of this coin
toIs for you, ('Clarence, because men
usually like good looking women. The
eagle on the reverse, with the feathers
on Its legs, Is for Lottle, because wo-
men are supposed to like birds and
feathers.
"The E Plurlbus UVnum.' whic-h you
know is translated "'One of Many.'
means that of the many of them you
would like to have this the only one
you get.
Tnbe thirteen stars, being an un-
lucky number. Indicate the hard luck
many of us have In our efforts to gath-
er In the quantity of these coins we
really have need for. but, then. the
forty-six stars around the rim tell you
that by working like 'forty' six days in
the week you can probably ac.uniu-
late enough to see you through."--
Philadelphia Ledger.
Vain Pride.
"Well, how do you think this looks?"
asks Mr. Binderby. coming into his
wife's boudoir while she Is arranging
her coiffure.
"How does what look'." she Inquires
In tones that are muffled by some hair-
plas abe has between her lips.
"1 got this toulee to cover my bald
spot. I'm always catching cold and"-
"Why, John James Binderby: The
very Idea!' she exclaims. "1 thought
you were a man who was above such
petty vanrsity. When a man becomes
so self conscious of his looks It has
really a suspkicilous appearance."
Whereupon Mr. Binderby takes off
the toupee and combs the four long
locks of hair over his bald spot. and
his wife continues to pin on the per
fectly lovely puffs that so enhance her
beauty.-ChIcago Post.


The Romans Invented Horsopower.
The Romans. among whtom agricul
ture vas a highly favored occupation.
were an Inventive race, especially In
the matter of labor saving macblhnes.
RecogLizing the drudgery of hand
mills, they invented those wbhse n'o
tire power wasa limprted by assem.
mules and oxen aud in:rtolucld them


We have a complete
line of


KODAKS,

SCalendars,


XMAS CARDS
0 aid miany other ugg,'stlon .
for the
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I Lesesne 's
KODAK PLACE,
U U
SNorth Beach Street,
STwo Dors North of 3jd Avenue.M
Next Dwr to the
Prince George Hotel,
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* DAYTONA, FLORIDA.
*--on--nan-0nn-omomomo


A dance will be given at
Guild Hall Wednesday night.


the


A large shark, probably eight feet
long, was caught late Sunday after-
noon at the Keating pier.
The 'Gator theater, which, since
the fire last spring, has uaed cur-
rent supplied by the Oliver garage,
is again using current supplied by
the Schantz plant.
W. W. Foltz has secured the
services of R. L. Phppy as steward
and manager of the operating de-
partment of the Ivy Lane Inn for
the present season.
FtFo R E\T-Large house, lI.
rooms, situated at Silver leach, near
automobile club house; bath. hot
and cold, hard and s&it water: fur-
nished. Garage and servant's ,luar
ter's. Rental, $5(10 for season. In-
quire of T. E. Fioz.erald, or any
agent. tf
Vet Cave, prpi ittor of ( !ga"
factoryNo. ^(,, on Noith lleach
street, says hie is having i very sat-
isfactory local trade lout is tinlning
it hard work to get sutticient hands
to increase his out p1it of cigars as
he desires.
Come in when viyou are down townI
again and engage your ('hrismnas
candies. We have Hluyler's, Nun-
nally's, and ltowney's for you t,
select from, so yon are sure to be
pleased. l)on't put this otff until
-he last moment for the st rk nmty
be depleted.


Orange. and SII'.erCl~ustt~r rapee 'rulit
firmi -ti ',,cs~js t .rI Itm' m i t I i t :Isia clteI l i-
II~ ~~d it he.g.s~~iiins-Ill c a%1 :11" N1111 :- 4 it)%-
'-I gnrich'-u, Ittie-rcistn4 I hk, fruit I- coo
* dluial ki 1111dc W .'.. m-1Ic. I- -A?.;mI f.
4ce Ict" II tr:Act.A.I 114cel a.I Iti.e A -" cI;AN 1 -4 Tci I Ie I

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All copy for change of adver
tisements in the D)aily Ne%%s must
be sent in not later than 3:0()
o'clock the day proceeding N\hich
the ad. is to appear.


HOTEL PALM BEACH
Surrounded by warm water os f the Gulf
Stream. Protect* guests from AL. eold
weather. Ift homelike Informallty and
moderate rates attractive to thoe wmak-
tog a long stay. For booklet and rates
address MANAGoR Palm Beach.


NEWS OF THE HOTELS Cottgesw

The Prince Telep
The Prince George. .....


The late arrivals at the Prince
are Mrs. Caroline Tyler, Boston
Charles M. Goes, New York City.


The Ridgewood.
The arrivals at the Ridgewoo<
Sunday were: Mr. and Mrs. E
rener, Chicago; Samuel Barutti,
Maybumi, L. E. Goldsmith, New


Schmidt's Hotel.


Win. llendsburg and wife, of Ardley,
N. J., arrived at Schmidt's Hotel Satur-
day afternoon, and iill spend the sea-
son here. Mr. and Mrs. Rendsburg
were here last winter and made a visit
to Cuba, but are satisfied to remain in
Daytona this winter.
Other arrivals were Capt. Calvin C.
Howes, Dennis, Mass.; C. Christiancy,
Allandale; Theo. Topken, Otto J. Stef-
falim, Brooklyn; J. C. Vender Voe,
Win. Allen, New York; A. G. Prime,
Niagara Falls; J. B. Conrad, Glenwood;
L. A Walson, Jut Earman, G. C. Zaring
Jacksonville; D. P. Smith, G. H. Wer-
fliman, New Smyrna; A. 0. Andrews, M.


Seligman, Atlanta.


Despland Hotel.


Brides and grooms are still appearing
regularly at the Despland, Mr. and Mrs.
F. C Rhodes, of U'tica, N. Y., being the
latest to arrive.
(ther arrivals were Mr. and Mrs. An-
drew Gordon, Miss Eleanor Gordon,
Htlazardville, Conn; J. A Hollman, W.
It. Owen, Jacksonville.
Theo. l)unn, a guest of the Despland,
is something of a fisherman, and the
Sunday mumning breakfast at the hotel
was made just right by the string he
caught at th9 Keating Pier late Satur-
day afternoon.


Mrs James 1i. Cook, of Brooklyn,
who arrived Thursday, has ben corning
here for twentv-sev'n years. \\ hen she
began wintering here the plat- was a
-ilderness of palmettos and orange
,rovts. She reached the place Iy a
furty-ihle stagedrive, and lived across
the river, coining over twice a week in a
row boat to get the mail. lTh Palmetto
House was the only hotel here at that
t ime.
Electricity and Magnetism.
As to what clec i it) nlsul mtagnetism
are "in themselIes" that Ls to say, as
to their real nature ntiothilng is known
They are ulbsolute mysteries. batting
Sthe acutemst research into their Inner
most serets.. But altaut their modes
tof actloii it is posslblbe to say soue-
thtitg ,letltlte. le'r example., electricity
ap pteairs to dleetid for Its atton mtiuon
a' iielldilii. \\ i leinaguletismi. like grav-
It y, its I 1i still, ti ino vi-.i!e 141 ".l\'t'eel. l'lace tw. o nag
tlit-s I1 it1 il* qt even iplalce i a iid
I1lat1 1 ,f gl; is's. *i" i e'ci:1 1 or woo Il b*
I \\e It lil, I l ; 11 It I antd %e still tild
' litt ll-t l tii l.tI i ll l li ei-d i ids solt
1) m f tlit ir rel;1 cl\e iir. ,ltl,,n a 'x IS 1ot
ci, r,. t e i ili\ ill 1lt 1 1i ii i aiI nI tiflln)
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KABRKEZK.. FLORIDA.

Opens on January 1st, 1909


ith Steam Heat, Electric Lights, Hot and Cold Water,
hone; High Grade Appointments, For Rent, with or
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TEL DESPLAND


Daytona, Florida


Now Open for Season 190o8-9.
M. WAITE, Owner and Manager.
irged since last season. Cuisine and Service Excellent.
Piazzas on all Sides, Rooms Ensuite. Steam Heat.
ery Modern Convenience. Send for Booklet.
Jddr,.,A: ATI,\NTI'C tl I'> :. Nirratian.s.tt Pivr, Rhode IlMand.


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)AYTONA, FLORID)A.

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