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It Is a book of sometbian over 365
pie, amd oBe of the fist pagesis thi ,
Capacity: More oe than t ousand
page. the sie of this log book, in one
It is the umeeewul execution of such |A ||R c^
treieodus undertakings as this that,
IW made New York world-famous for i
daring acbieement A.
On the front Aet is reproduced a ARE
L RRight Prkcesf
""o toI Tams1 Ye. wage.
LtaIu v Yow Iwdur
Ho ROWE & C06.1
Recently Divorced Wife of The
Catsup King, Again on Matri-
W SHE IS MRS. SINGSTAK.
,*tgffie K. 8nider, who %as a few
days igo divorced by her husband,
1Thom asA. Snider, the wealthy catsup
1-mamufacturer, is again married, tile
-groom being Dr. E. P. E. Sengstak.
The following is from the Jackson-
ville Times-Union of ye.terdhiy:
At the parsonage of the East Jack-
sonville Presbyterian church last night
Mrs. Eflie K. Snid.r and I)r Erncst P.
E. Sengstek were married :y the Rev. i
Paul F. Brown, pastor of the church.
Only a few friends and relatives were
present at the cercn t ny. The bride,
who is a very attractive ycong woman,
comes from a well known and ,ld Eng-
lish family, and has a number of friends
in Florida Dr. Sengstak is also from a
well known family and has a bea-.tiful
winter home in Daytona. lHe is a mem-
ber of the Jacksonville Bo-ird of Trade
and has a number of friends here who
will be pleased to learn that he lhs se-
cured such a fair companion for his
A BOSTON BULL
TAKES HOUSTON'S CALF.
Commercial Traveller Wastes His
Affections on An Unapprccia-
picture familiar to Daytonian's the
Sa fimdsn and Sth. A FIIROR[
a 1. 1wI aare having A
SI p6- is wj-i' the new f T I
1111 111 ll TO 1r.BlMddi gnim- 1 1 Sentencing of (ompers and Mit-
,tb. P"efbpe ispamreto PAIUTT Up Wl. 0chell to Jail Calls for Storms
'fm do jo b i snisbed.I
*ledtnrd edldais they find it It It 1 of Indignant Protests.
I-b t Il -t__-. emft a Former Fooreigi Minister Is Off
mf po 1n 16C hnal mot | For Paris To Right venezuela LA ES EVYERYWERE AROUSED
irfUtrdowrcibek dr e w;th French and Dutch. U
D r. 3 si "sa later and ,n,-r,,t P,--., (i- ,t ,,t er,'--.]
D. AJ. O&hiS A kther nd THE HAGUE, De. .-Te Forn WASHINGTON. Dec. 24.-Telegrams
SJ A t O TE HAGUE, Dec. 24-The foreign denouncing the decision of Supreme
I-ld O l ib e S M r om Office as received an official communi- Court Justice Wright from labor leaders
-u-I l II AJ. Att O'el'U nation from Wm'illemstad today, that the. all over the county are being received
a mftb"- tw q.Iwru
bis Sb4 will b
Former foreign minister. Jose Josus de
; Paul, has left Caracas for Paris and The
Haguw- to open nagotiationu for the set-
tthlumet of Venezuela's differences with
SFrance and Holland.
ITe Vote As It Stood Tuesday Evening
by President Oamuel Gompers of thit
American Federation of Labor, today.
The White House is als<, flooded with
messages of protest.
It was announced this morning that
the case would be carried upi to the Su-
preme Court of the IUnited States.
SServices at St. Mary's will Ib# at 10.30
PLACES CLOSED TOMORROW
Postoffice, except bet ween 2:30 and 3:30
Dry Goods after .................10:00 a. m.
Grocery Stores after....... 9-00 a. m.
PLACES OPEN TOMORROW.
Postoffice, between........ 2:30 and 3:30
Grocery Stores, until....... 9:00 a. in.
DryGoods Storce. until ...... 10:00 a. m.i
Moving Picture Slow.
The Eyes of the Industrial World
Will Be Focused On Congress
For Weeks To Come.
TARIFF ON LUMBER TO BE CUT.
the A. A. club hou e yester-
H. liouton. a traveling rep-
of the Carolina I)',rilu:md
S- -V- r -u
Wail be Giw Awq WEi|
mi EvEe. Call at odr *
Marshal Spader & Co., New York
Stock Brokers, Oet Hard
RAN COUNTER TO EXCISE IN ES
(By Unlitd Pheml
NEW A ORKI tee 24-Marsha
Spader & Co., one of the largest broker
age firms in New York, was suspended
for three years today by the goverore
of the New York Stock ExetCageo be-
cause of violation of the rules of the cx.
chapg% in doing buuness "in a manmer
inconsistent with justice and equitable
practice of trade."
W. Francip Melvin is to be united
in marriage to Miss Marjorie Valen-
tine, at the bride's home in Omaha,
NAb. tonight. The young couple
will he at home after January 1st,
at Hillinga. Mont. Mr. Melvin is
well known here, having been em-
p!o0.ed in the postoffice last wintfr.
HOLLY HILL HAS
A NEW SEISATI
Enjoys The First Experience with
Foreign Talent in Entertain-
ment at School House.
Holly IHill had its first taste of foreign
thient Wednesday night when the Brose
Entertainers. a musical comedy com-
pany frJm Minnesota, gave a moat ex-
cellent entertainment at the school
Mr. Rose is a fine dIalect and light-
niigr change artist as well as musician;
Cement Company had an xpericnce anid is ably assisted by Miss Grasncr,
that will make hinm v.ryv chary about who, is also an accomplished vocal and
pltrimng out his affecting \her, tihey instrumental performer. They play a
don't soak in. Thic trea:herous c,,n- rcea:t va-iety of instruments and kept
duct of an unappreciativ, BL3,,-:i, bull the audience in a roar of laughter and
has given emphasis to thi' imuiprtaiir, of :applause throughout the evening.
letting distance lend cncliantnrtit to As Florida is new to them, and thfy
the view when you are jalrlliri 1,11ull a, pla% ing only in smllall towns they ale
dogs. i meeting with some new and highly in
Mr.Houston was ver at tir (1111 l iu-l t ,' tercting experiences. At Bayard they
and, upon spying tile pir ii'l .tici- gave an opln iir entertainment. They
membered brindle, proc cl, i! :It ,Ai. t( will giver another entertainment at Holly
pet him. Tuning sudden: Iv t, rI :i h ffr' ill tnrwiglit arid then go on to ()range
something, thi (l dogshii; i -t,,(k M.r. ('it tl< ir next bo<.kirig.
Houston's Inio vt-enwinut :t.- hIi,> li.i. :ir(i 1,(.
sprang upon hi., seizi l, iiinI,, ti t Mi 1va llawlev is at home from
calf of thet leg, arld had rot Ai.\ttl'rir-
Oates be.en quick witli a.-i.tr.>,.t 1 Tarl t, spn ( l, lip h ,lidays with
bull would have rnade it -,rit-S f',r the t.hr ,;'irnts. Mr. and Mrs. P. ..
visitor. As it was, hli, ,t ,l, % ili ,,n'yv I L vwlev%, ,11 Noirth liidgew(.lI
a lame leg. lVoni,,1 lhrr H .ister \.ia -.lornhinp
Myrtle avenue. MIrs. 1: (;,i'-t :-'i-
S I K11 I. ...I.t I )V .I n .t~rl 1 .1 .T .1- yt./ ,r r I fir,
will ac(',)mpany Ier on her return to
l'timnlpa in ortler to, take a business
couIIrse iii college there.
PITTSBUR6 ARRESTS 'l,' t .'"",,
\WASHINI(TON, I ,c. 24.-For two
MORE GRAFTEBRS monthss the interest of industrial Anmer-
M ica and of the great manufacturing na-
Stion- ,f thei world will center on the se-
cr,,t meetings of the Republican meum-
Members of Voters league IkDclare b,.rs of the Ways and Means committee
Theyf Wll e Munioue, at which t lthe new tWaiff
They Will Purge Muniipal ,ill %ill Ile framed. The big problem
Government. in\olv\ s rats of duty on sugar, hides.
I IY 'nli, luiber,. coal, silk: wool pottery, chemi
iics'. arInd la(cs. From the present out-
ITFSBl'R(, Pa., Ic. 21 --'1w v- ,lok the taritff on lumber will be reduced.
two additional arrests are cxpl,.ctel t to-- I lidt will prollab\lv b, admitted free, as
day in the bribery andrl r:aft s.a'nd:ls.. : ill i.. Philippine sugar and coal.
Members of the others s l.<.:igur rciterate.l I
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Arehitct and Builder.
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K. 5urch Mt
6 pdsms our Speci"lty. I
Olve too Votes For Every
Dollar paid for
or Job Woi k,
But on Subscriptions
give a larger number.
$1.r50--One subscription, 500 votes
Club of fi ve sublcri pt ions, 4.000 votms
Club of ten subarript'ns 10,0(0 votes
There.i no limit to the number
of clubs each contestant may secure
The subecrition price qI The
Weekly OametteNew tI $1.50 a
yr; The EaiMy News is $1ZO for
the semo by uiJl.'
00ollcttta ngOta's) 1 c~ndidat4e. or frliends.
ithin re' tdistrtItmting vot* is uii-
dt'idrsile toy 1the'prepulktors.
RememberS k SEVEN DAVS
from t loi' date' 6f lswu*'.
SPECIAL PRICES ON
Portraits for the Holi-
iievd l l PI Irt the
Ai n a Saed ty.
Anderson & Clark
i P,.ck Bh k. opp. kouth Brtdge.
$. 000\WILL BUY AN ELEGiANT OME IN
mea Mis completely furnished, all modern improvements.
Suu'-mued by beautiful grounds and fronting on the water.
THIS PLACE IS A BARGAIN.
ORMOND mnd ORMOND BEACH
NO MATTERWHAT YOU THINK
Of Buyingpor Renti.g in the way (f lReal Estate
SIP IT A CARIN OR A MANSION
.L POt ORLNro s b 34,-TA ,b1
vM1 iOM We Iave hIsmd I
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wma.Onm, e qM*. M avWFadr,
,h AJ966 I MiM, WNo lMbw ma
Vai J.mOa Bntr, Man WrkmWr a
Ir. read aWd bh iMslter armvd
FMad, m d an at home I their eoltta
t t hur e r.. i
CmpL C. C. CHowe sad wife me visit-
ig Mr. mmd Mm C. Howes
STLrad of b week the firt church
teaof tlhi swew wm held In Ridge-
Swood Hal. Un. Meeker was the ht- ,
e. mulired bvy Ms WMie, Mimr meoe
ad Mim Geoet. These tes will be
Give very Thursday aftroeoa during
the winter, and an are cordially invited
New Year Eve. The ladies of Grace I
church will give a Doughnut Supper. I
There will be siniang by a quartet from
the North, and recitatios. All are in-
vited to come and have a good time in 4
There was a select dance in Ridge-
wood Hall Tuesday evening
A Wedding Deeeortlet.
Whether It was a mistake or a Joke
or simply an example of bad taste Is
a question that Is stlU puaLing most
of te passengers But no matter
about that. It certainly was a floral.
I masterpiece. Full four feet It stood
SftLo the ground, In the form of a
cross. Buse white and roses red
composed the body of the cross, and
dainty white bolsoms and green
i leave formed the trimmings. In the
center the word "Peace" was spelled
out In rosebuds.
Everybody In the car admired the
offeruM, and when the boy set It
down on the Boor all leaned forward
to examine It more closely. At length
oue old gentleman stood up and read-
Justed hii glasses In order to get a
better look at It.
0 "That Is a mighty pretty lpoy
you've got there," he said. "Who.
may I ask, Is dead'
The boy ggglged.
"Nobody 't I know of," he said.
"This ain't for a funeral; It's for a
The old gentleman sat down heav-
"Good Lord!" he said. "What Idiot
ever ordered 'Peace' luscrited on a
wedding decoration r'
The rest of the passengers smiled.
and many of them, being married
wondered as -well. but nobody venture
ed an explanation.-New York Timues.
Death and Snuff.
A certain Margaret Wllson of West-
minster, who was an Inveterate snuff
taker, enjoined that a quantity of
Scotch snuff should be placed In her
coin. She also ordered that the ar
rangements connected with her funer
al should be as follows: "'Six men to
be my bearers who are known to be
the greatest snuff takers In thie Iarish
of St. James, Westminster. Instead of
mourning, each to wear a snuff colored
beaver hat, which I desire may be
bought for the purpose and given to
them. Six maidens of my old ac-
quaintance to bear my iall, each to
carry a box filled with the best Scotch
snuff, to take for their refreshment
as they go along." Snuff was also to
be thrown on the threshold of de-
ceased's dwelling before the cortege
passed out. snuff was to be strewn on
the ground at every twenty yards in
advance of the coffin, and the officat-
ing clergyman's fee was to be propr-
tionate to the quantity of snuff he
consumed during the ceremony.-Lon-
What the Peruvians Believed.
A unique Idea of the future state
was that of the ancient I'eruvians.
As the disembodied soul winged Its
way to eternity It encountered two
rocks upon one of which It must
meeds rest. The choice was deter-
mined by the morality of the life In
the flesh. If It rested upion the left
hand rock It *as Instantly translated
to "Po," or lSlilvion. a state analogous
to the Nirvana of the orient. If
through early misdeeds, however, the
unhappy spirit was guided to the right
hand rock It entered Into a purga-
tortal hell where fiends grated away
the flesh from all the bones In suc-
cession, after whk-h the skeleton was,
STHE CLARENDON I
bow. ambowaaw, is too'LLO
am mfts au --eetwe to owir a mok
as a own~. p a basbI& am satm
dllWIYIIPPain lW MKICEL
and many other suggestions
Tw Deers Nertb f 3d Avemwe.
Next Dow to the
Prince George Hotel,
The Mimes Bessie and Bertie Mc-
Cann are expected to arrive from
the north in a few days to spend
the winter with their parents in this
Mrs. C. J. Messing and
of South Palmetto avenue,
DeLand Wednesday for
weeks' visit with Mr.
sister, Mrs. T. J. Baker.
L' LosT-Automobile tail lainp Re-
turn to F. S. Clapp, Morgan House.
CGl W. M. Shaffner went to De-
Land Wedneeday on legal business
From DeLantd Col. Shaffuer will go
to Orlando, where he will join Mrs
Shaffuer at her sisters, and spend
FFoUN D-llandsome pair o, auto
mobile goggles. Owner may have
same by paling for this notice. See
Mr. Holt at The Austin.
F. D. Spring and W. IL. Diggett
accompanied Major and Mrs. J. D
C. Morris and baby Elsie on an auto
trip to DeLand Tuesday. Mr.. l)ig
gett continued to Orange City foi
his horse and buggy which were at
that place, and drove home in the
evening. The others of the party
returned as they went in the after-
tAt nMit ,liiL.: i Cliitr-i-:--Four-
cylinder Stevens-Duryea, hour or
trip, call Morgan House, phone 11(0.
+FR IR Er-Iarge house, 1I1
rooms, situated at Silver Beach, near
automobile club house; bath, hot
anti cold, hard and atft water; fur-
nished. Garage and servant's ii;ar
ter's. Rental, 15(I, for season. In-
quire of T. E,. Fitzgerald, or any
All copy for change of adver=
tisements in the Daily News must
be sent in not later than 3:00
o'clock the day proceeding which
the ad. is to appear.
Disappearing Hcme Life.
The fiat dweller oinhit Iint t*, k.t!, a
dog, prefers no i t t" k-;o!, a ;i. i* i.itit
have 11 garden. has no th:lanct' ,f (It':'p
lug house. has ito iissIc l, t tf, ,ii
memories and. ,iost emhmt l:,c of till
has no use or t, voinio-ll utb,',n f,.r
babies. Although It imay be possiblee
to make homes i Itho1ut 1kiten1s ,or
babies (,or loverss oTr itw mo'ies oir
-l.ii> tm. t he. u -ha\ irlr tf t,.1.1.. j I...viA
IDpand btdr. iS
T. A. Houluneoke, Mrs Huhuncoke .
and child, and Mrs. W. B. Irving. made r
up a party from Toronto that arrived at
the Despland yesterday. i
The Prince George.
Mrs. Dora S. Banta arrived at th
Prince George yesterday from New :
York. Mr. Banta is the mother of Mrs.
Hilyard of the Prince George.
The Ridgewood. !
Geo. N. Chamberlain and daughter, '
Mii. Jesie wmp m irIta at The Rida.. -
wood last evening.
The Ridgewood Hotel will have a bur-
her shop this season, for the accommo-
dation of guests and others. The shop
will open the first of the year.
Late arrivals at Schmidt's Hotel are:
E. K. Gardner, Boston; W. T Free-
man, Sanford: James T. Gray, Kansas
City; Mrs. M. Mark, Philadelphia; J. E.
McCartley, Columb'ms, 0.; F. Furton,
New York; F. W. Stone, Hartford
Conn.; G. Henry Walker, Atlanta; J.
E. McGraw, Jacksonville; Fred A. Hen-
drick, St. Augustine.
The Aurora Borealis.
The aurora Iwir,.'liQ. or northern
light. Is somethli'Z that we have all
heard about. but it'ry few. lierhapls.
can give any explainatiun of It. No
one definitely kno>w what :inse It.
but the & ieutlii.s Irt- pretty well
agreed that it I *'ot te, t,'. tri llt.
They bell%'-e t!itt t'o., 'it 1; In:ide by
the re-omnpo.i'tl :i o,f tie jK-'-ltive aid
Ieg'ive\'c leut:-, lty alwail.s Iln the up-
lwer and lowAv'r stram of iir. resiew-
lively. M. i-enstr in', iir'le an Inter-
estiin! exlM'rili',nt ia Il'hli-ind in IS .-
his ol)jec't I),.ln : to (lttermalune the Ila-
ture ,'f tIle :tir t:i. lit' Itld the lpeak
f ai it i'i l uttn isurr)u;tl:d ,d ly i t t -
pet r %% Ilr i < 4 l ,n'< ;!-t ::;.,r\:l. w ith
tin nils. Wholn hit. he t'.lr't'd (the
wire %\th ch.ctricitv I ave!!,'w It1 ht
aipi'trndl ill th,. tili tips. mandl al ix
a:iiiim i i 'n <'f thle l-'ht ty the spe,-
trtos>,.,. < r,.v,.:0ld t( ol r< ent -ilh yellow
ray that( Is ; miar'. ,d feattire of th'
;ilra'Tr T"l i,4 v'\ %Idoice 11 -ali.;L, S< i
nti:-lts Is !:i!:nost vi
Is Iy ia'e:;i.s of tihe spectro.-;: oie th:tl
we dik-ovvr th.,' inst uit mt Iprts of
rhe sun aft lh th -s. Ex-haange.
"Thou Dist on Point of Fox."
F',ox i i i \\ r i t cli r;lr t itd ll
through the sxixi'tl:lh aidtl e\enllteeelth
'eiituri'i'- fr their exc lh':;it tteiuKper.
ttnid ini, iii' i of lthtin i .s request InD
'Thlcro %as t a rt:!i .lu!l:tin del UlRA.
ltle tlcld to l e It Miri th', set ulp a
fo,,r at t l' ilh.' Ih tih ,.trly, part of
thil slx rt'e t i l-t iry- aild lbti-ame fat-
lous tor .t' h .'.'ll'iie of his sword
blades, whihh v.n'ere tr.ri.trd as the
best of itelttlo. ''h It Itv hI:td for nirany
age's pevl r si lxt-1 :i lemreiitwtied for
sword inai kit,. it 1( +l,^ suipjIKoed that
the Moors imtn tdu,'d the art, as they
did so man% ;gK,
Jullanl del I tl's n ark was a little
dog, which caine to be taken for a fox.
and so the "'fox blade" or simply "fox"
for aiiy go(od sword See "llenry V.."
act 4, scene 4, "Thou dlest oil point of
fox." Tle brand came to be Imitated
in other places, and there are Sollngen
'blades of comparatively modern manu-
facture which still bear the little dog
of Julian del Rel.--London Notes and
A Royal 8nake 81aughteror.
The "secretary bird" Is one of the
most precious birds In South Afrk'a.
Opens on January Ist, 1909
Cottages with Steam Heat, Electric Lights, Hot and Cold Water,
Telephone; High Grade Appointments, For Rent, with or
Now Open for Season 190o8-9.
L. M. WAITE, Owner and Manager.
Greatly Enlarged since last season. Cuisine ant Service Excellent.
Broad Piazzas on all Sides. Rooms Ensuite. Steam Heat.
Every Modern Convieience. Send for Booklet.
Muliinier A(tlrt.ss: ATI.\ANTIC' lI('usE, Narrtigansett Pier, Rhode Ilmmad.
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4 Fronting on the
( Halifax Riv-.r.
I Schmidt's I
F'uirrrncrlv S'hinsiilt's Villa,
4 HENRY SCHMIDT & SON, Pro
4 DAYTONA, FLORIDA.
4 Fine Home Talle
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Electric Libht aad
W.V YVY V V V V ~
E. D. LANGWORTHY, Proprietor,
THE house is charmingly situated on Ridgewood Avenue, the high
est and most healthful !x)int in the town of Daytona. It is
very tastefully a,11 conifortallyv furnished and is modern in
very respect. The vegetables ire from the Ridgewood garden,
and native fruits, whichli nrw in abundance, are a feature .ki
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Steam Heat in Every Room
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bgr b cow ag. He ww kLbd v bile
t[tEkd water aft.or bhu'~hbeen
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M..ABEL PAIGE-Week enadinf
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am H. MUNROE
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Water Colors anid Su%enir
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BILLIARDS AND POOL.
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FRUITS. CAUMIS A TCU
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H HL Pie"e. who recwaty par-I
~~U ti kxe fi' er property an
S. rillfijgfewom! avenue, mom" a,
:srt busawse rip to Charlawkim.4
itz1i~ CarmAina this weelL
The ltaiioe. CapL Chat )dam.s
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.;a 2i m-k Tbarmiay mcfaig
-'m -,he ~r---a river. The rri,-k~
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Xhst--er Ch"ares Corew, we ofMr.
N. M Corey. ofthe Singer Sewing!
Mjne Agzew,,s onNorth Bewh.
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IC -rev.Penn., are haen tofoffi to turn0ut he ig3
~ ~ ~ae.txing quarteredmle4
N ~ -f~a ciu. on Fairview,
:''~l~-\NgUS s sa fraied' Let as on o ex iS
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--w and Dr. Hobammom ~i
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U ~M; ri the fe-re'jan Of tho
7-123 41e'ral Jars -'I ti P down.
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