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vahn the i ommecti a W-
dmt ii ~time that two qdt W
doe I U d F d on Fbmi& ma
,grwto nc by the de&Q of
W i mar.p mudr morer l ytk
Gar Ie A-. kmwbaw s of d M idden
ftI- the oInd f t m of tMe world, aod
deitimd to rmoim Wd4f throughout
the exine on a thb da .ar.
Whet the Ifutuwre d or worlds hold
i m in revealed aftir d- If at all.
Live the best you cm% 4 UrK g your
Cremtr to mfke it Wl wlih your soul
I T-90I~H an
Clevelud in- New ftads.
9a "'an -su m to For ome time past Spencer B. Gre Dn wren
i a W". no em has cooadutd The d emand as a ro4m- So Says Baron Von Aer-
w r- c -y il houseeonly. Now it 1i to be again
vM imd re- enaverted isto a botl. American plan.
mIenMud they C. IL B-lawell. of Oceam Grove, N.
Seat day. J, propritr oi Blackwel .nn, i STI IES BEIN IN SPRING.
-me tbhe have leses. He and his wife have been here
,.' fo. about three weeks. They have just
Ejt iathe ehrns eored a lease through the Dayton Real ( i'tt '.-
gimy mi-nto be .qe- Esate Co. and will awtume immediate
Ma dows o theater, ad otrol VIENNA, Dec. 26-The closest po-a
dwe- the feotli0bta They have wired north for help and ltical asoates of Foreign Mi'ister
I-- intort. i acotouncahe ir formal opening for Mon, Baron Von Aerenthal today quote him
b Ii r tees. day as declaring that Rus.sian Foreign Min-
ister lswolzky's address to the Duma,
i th t of i marriage of Mar-der and Suicide. yesterday, makes war between Austria
of _i e e of
I am W. C mcbma. W om she 9 evta,,e
51- I5 w h b S hea I MOUNT ZION, Ky., Dec. 26-During tb
* 1*i Y n1L ^-it SLI- aV debauch oe.. JWa. LI.ry became Von Aerenthal ridicules the t xprvss-
a i ioebmedover.Jmaoomtraas mader b ions of peace in Iswolzky's address as
E I drl _i ,a isd s ijtwer orw LiddaBol os. and bhot wholly inconsistent with the advice to
invt, bhIu rIhL and killed her. He then fired a bullet Balkans to fight.
a-1 fd is into Ihis own brain.
tb eid "" I[d aTHI
SM t IIagut nW Caus Sprecdes Dead. IEVUITWISTS AND
(BI I'ntted Pra,.
*m t-4 L h ouseLo
SAN FPIANCISCO, nI. 26-Olau IOlICE IN COMBAT.
Spnrkle,. the multi-millionaire sugar
u maunate, died here this rooming of
A Number Killed and Many In-
Vote As It Stood Tuesday Evening
Vote As It Stood Tuesday Evening
jured In a Russian
James DBarrett o01 outn Paimetto
Avenue. Meets With Accident
DR. HOWE SET BROKEN LIMB.
James Barrett, of South Palmetto a%-
enue, met with a bad accident Christmas
morning in a fall from his bicycle, re-
eviving a comminuted fracture o.,f the
leg just above the ankle
It seems that Mr. Barrett wa' out
riding with a friend, Clyde, Bivin, uho
comes from the same toena, Banning,
Pa and the accident occurred while
they w, re on RidgeweH ave\'t'nue, in the
southern part of Port Ortane. They
had just discussed turning back, and at-
ter passing a rug!i place ini the Io;ad-
way, where some repair li.i.1 recently
been made. Mr. Biven alightedc foi Iihs
wheel and Mr. Barrett, who w'as ft:lw\\-
ing closely, nit being aware of his inte'n-
Cf ~ odat
k~i n.ROWE CO.
Bold Thieves Enter Private Ca
During Night Performance
WILL SOON BE IN DAYTONA.
While J. A Coburn's Greati r .Minstr(
were in the midst of the night perfornm-
ance at Vicksburg, Miss., recently tuwo
masked men forced an entrance into his
private car, 'I.eota," which wa .--tartd-
ing on the A. & V. railway siding at
South Madison street, nr 'r thle d cot.
Finding the colored port,.r :tI 1:1 ill the
car they ordered him to ;it. nii~gcr;
art n* mi.lr .i;,I h li ,e ,li.t) .I ,1,,i .1I,
St. Louis. Qlob-Dmocrat
First Time In The History of Pu-
gilism That a Negro Has Been
WILL JIM JEffIES STAND THIS?
i ll Ui utcoe Pe%.
SYDiNEY. New South Wales. ,Dec. O26.
---e'(r the first time in the history of,
pugilism a negro today holds the title as '
heavyweight champion of the world.
Jack Johnson, the big, burly Texan,
won premier honors in decisively beat-
ing Tominic Burns in fourteen rounds
Burns today is a sorry sight. His
c.yes :re almost closed and his face,
putffed up to almost twice its size, while
his body bore evidence of the heavy
punching inflicted upon him by the ne-
.lohnson sho,\s scarcely a mark. fly
Hlit \vi,.tirv Jt. linczn'a iwre i
ir The Young Debauchre
While Twelve Men'
Aree on His Fate.
THE FEUIISTS ARlE PASS
i .\v I'nliteld Prets.,
IRVINE, Kvy., Dec. 26--After twice
Reporting that it is impossible for them
to roach an agreement of verdict the
jury iu the ease of Beech Hargis
chaired with the killing of his father tte
celebrated feud leader, Judge Jamne
Ilargis, have been sent back to their
r' om by Judge Adams with the demand
that they I must reach a vtrdliEt_
get qU nK llu ll 11 M' U I, 1 : ( 1; 0 IJ- -
summoning an officer tt.ev retcrrn:e. i to,
the car, but thle tli,\- ii;!i t,'! e SOM[ EIILE
quick haul and lift after tliitiin 'e : r.:l SOME EDIBDLL
grips and tAking -.e\ (.r:il w, rc.t.tt I reiSl-; TM
era and other article. .HUOMAS EEl
Manager C'oburn .ei.i~.i-, ,I t
thieves very conl-idera :c1v .11 (S S t
looked a bag of silver cort:lirit ll,-I, eCitv Marshal and Daily News Man
thing over $200 in his
valuable Smith & \\'Weon rtv,..%ti inr, Accept Invitation to Visit
the drawer above. This is il,,..- ii
theatrical private car hich Ih.,.: l>,. Farm on 2d Ave.
entered and robbed in that city Lli :-'a \l Cirs. C'. It.and J. H. Johnson, while
son. The porter was unable to give ( o)n tllvir w:iy to the' Brubacher farm,
coherent description of itherr an,t a.- ('Christmas morning, for lettuce and cel-
they were masked and arm.ed. I ry to add to the menu of their Christ-
Coburn's Greater Minstruls a:e sched- ruas dinner invited Marshal Meyers and
uled to play at Wilman's (
Seabreeze, on January 12.C.' F. Bur-- accortpany them and see and taste for
man is corresponding with Mr. ('ohurn, themselves the-e products of Mr Bru-
to arrange for a two nights performaure, j bacher's toil and experi dge
The Pickerts, which were to pliy cdur- Mr. Brubacher grows a variety of veg-
ing the week of December 2th have cetables and this year he probably has
changed their route and will lappar :at a: the .earliest celery of any one in thia vi-
later date. 'ilitv, ndil his lettuce is superb-big,
.... -,,,c,l I,,.;:Lds like, small cabbages. He has
CHRISTMAS ENTERTAINMENT c .isilr;, le,(-, celery now boarded, from
lu I ih he lias been cutting for some
EXCEPTIONALLY PFE[ASANT i,,lli, there is still more- of it in
0 %ain- .-t:,t1es of growth. His celery :s
Ili,'fi'v blanched and of tine flavor. S)
F ii tile lc:il d rnand has taken the most
Sir Knights Enjoy The -)ay. f ii- c:lIcry, )but lte expectss to begin
-' i[,I~ipi nite next week.
Much interest Manifested at .M -r. Jlhimns,'s place, which adjoins
Christmas Trees. Mr. lnrub:lcher'.s on the east, is looking
t:y proni.-ring. They have bi-twten
The social and otler f:utul out tile !ir and four acres ntow planted to cel-
reception by the Oriental (oUnmr atdcry Y ar:d lettuce, only a small portion re-
No. 9, Knights Templar, vy st, rlay :at ,,tina.g u-;planted, owing to a shortage
Masonic Hall, wereI all th it c. U:I Ic t' of plan ,. ri tnese gentlemen lngan tale
sired. About fifty \%cre pr -:.t it,, !",- 1.)Iiv:tic,,n o,f this gr und the day after
ing several visiting Sir I\K ,.it-. A .. l t,,i~k.:-\ irig. y~ t today it is one of tihe
were gladly rece.ive. t ,i ;, i t,, -t 1i,,kirng farms in the
corned by the le(cal rtie'w., r.
The eintcrtainntiii t.t- a ; :. i., fant W. lliln.es' fine
churches, a- prep.--l :, :.. i ,. f: l ti;lt' farms located on
the Daily Nevs. am, -. : ,,],. *, ,. t ; a r, in passing, to be
time and withll a Ieaz'e of -,e ., e ,1 ,V r.r mnciditiun anl [)rcs-nt a
so that all the p,;ltit,p:t, tQ .Ii'! -I;,'' t:I
t rs r llirit, i it ," v i 1 interesting appear-
(e c I I 1 ; t j I !,
I In11 K 11.e CH AltIARvuIl- I'otr
tevt'ins-I)uryea. bh'nir vr
Mor.,,an 1Ifise, phoine III
tiou to stop just at that mIleintc i wt r:an iBur- nster at all times,
into him and was thrown front hti h. a :ceti.
lie thinks that in falling l.is fct ca'il:iht
in the spokes or soIIe other I,ift ,f Il.c
,icvycle, and the pedal st-utck ai r, s tlis i Joe Smith is Dead.
leg, breaking both bones ju-t ab t \v. tiet
It was rumored that the accident wI.i
catuse'd ,y a passing autc,Ii,!ile. andll in
p -, a ftt 1 1
.1(e Smith, who was shot by his wife.
in \amassee, a negro suburb of )eLand, i
one day last week, is dead from the
SITfccts of his wounds.
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Tea C-rMdeP1y furnished. all n emodern Improveme ts.
SI u b bys e-stit gysMnuds and fiwatUs on the water.
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I MATER WHAT YOU THINK
Of Buying or Renting in ti
A-0 -ft l TAMIM A am A 0 1I
s afraid of pricking.
Leost Charm of the Wayeide Inn.
The Inns of England, celebrated by
Harrison and famous far and wide at
the beginning of the last century, have
degenerated into sad places which we
visit only of necessity. Little did
Stephenson think when lie lroptmsed
the line from Manchester to Liverpool
that he would ruin the wayside Inns
of England and kill the art of c<,kery.
-We have fMi
and many otber suggestions
pMtv~insbeftes ow remik
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Opens on January 1st, 1909
NEWS P THE H"S a CottUngea with Steam Heat, Electric Lights, Hot and Cold Water,
I* Telephone; High Grade Appointments, For Rent, with or
The Priance George.
- m uvw a iue o i mournng.
-taf e- A SlpaIO he bad crape on his
yine h st a relatives" a friend
-0 L ONet inctly," amid be. "Bat
tolay Is a ad anniversary for the
Pr1 Vs pep On April 30. 1524. the
Cbeafsr Bayard de1.." On May 2
he w- erape an -gain. "Still mourn-
lg Bayard?" said the friend. "No,"
ad be, "tit don't you remember that
ea May 2 a great and charming poet.
Alfred de Mumet, breathed his iast r
On the Mth t the same month. "Whom
ate you mourning for now?" "For an
hoseat man. General Cavlagnac." On
the 30th, crying terribly, he said: "Ah.
Joan of Are! On this date. In 1431, a
handful of Englishmen and a miser-
able blahop put the gallant maid to
death." On July 13 be took a bath In
memory of the awwlinatluon of Marat.
On the loth Beranger,'s death gave him
a fatal sbhockL On the 18th. having
read of Napoleoo's departure to 8t
Helena, be felt better, but on the 23d
the bombardment of Dieppe by the
Mglsh, In 1to. confined him again to
his bed. He wax taken with a fever
and died on the 22d. muttering, "In a
mouth the massacre of St. Bartholo-
mew!"-New York Bun.
Etequome of the Welsh.
Here Is a Uttle story of an English.
man in Wales: "On the comparative
qualities of the English and Welsh
tongues let me tell of the Welshman
who saluted me In the Welsh. I was
compelled to confess Ignorance. 'Ah.'
he said. turning fluently enough to
English, 'you should learn the Welsh!
My wife was English, and she can
speak conversations now quite well.'
"I acknowledged my shortcomings
and admitted that I had always under-
stood the Welsh to be a remarkably
eloquent tongue. 'Yes, yes, It IWs so,'
maid the native. 'In Welsh a man can
express exactly what be means. As
for the English, I call It not a language
at all-only a dialect
" 'You haf noted that an Englishman
or a foreigner In speaking his language
waves his hands and arms about to
help out the meaning of the words, but
a Welshman who can speak Welsh
well he hass no need to move his
bands. In the Welsh he can say all
that he means.' "-Chicago News.
Years ago, about a century. David
Fife., a Scotchman of Otonabee, Ont.,
lsent to a friend in Glasgow for a
small bag of seed wheat to try in a
cleared patch of the backwoods. The
friend obtained some seed from a
vessel Just In from Danzig. Unfortu-
lately It was a fall wheat and reached
David Fife in the spring. Neverthe-
less Iavid Fife sowed it In spring.
One tan guess how feverishly the
Mackwoods farmer watched for the
growth of his experiment. Only three
wheat heads survived till the full. but
those three wheat heads were entirely
free of the rusar that had ruined his
neighbor's crops, and those tlhre heads
reajly represented a new var iety of
wheat, a fall wheat. turned into n
spring wheat. David Fife treasured
the three heads and planted them In
spring. Such was the beginning of
Fife wheat in America.-Agnes (. ITaut
n Outing Magazine.
Vanity of the Peacock.
Our favorite and muc'h |IettHdl pea
:ock. says a correspondent of the ILon
Iou Spectator, can be kept happy any
ength of time looking at his reflection
n the window pane or In a looking
naa. He comes In daily to tea. rak-
ng no mistake about the hour, and
ipenda much time en route in g.azing at
slmmelf as he appears In the glass of
he French windows by which he en
ers the room. If I am sewing and do
hot speak to him when he comes into
he room. be will gently put his head
lulte close, almost touching my ring
r needle, for he likes bright things.
ill I have to give up working nnd talk
o him as with a small child whom one
fers to S.arasate as foll<,\ "- "'lIt. l t1:i
enlt-hanted ise elviud t .autire,. I,':lr-
ticularly In lhis ,!i rt(rt cf \cr t':,
when he ipl:%,d l a si;idliil \',irk.
'Sympbol tb ie i-Si|:> lIvI.I'." I I.; -
pify-ed In so genlluili''\ iti-mt : imaul
ner that today I :;in still intoxi, ate'l
with It. His Ilaying al,- ;l of tlh' S:int-
Saens concert lpie,' fr % iilin is a- d'ei-
trancing as lintert tiii" It is a: slhaumte
that he.n'nl t l olt nllit i st) li'me. N. I
vvntl OH i nzo wvcnci nnncr-
The Time When a Dandy Washed His
Face Nearly Every Day.
It will come as a shock to some read-
ers to learn that one of tl' almost seri
ous occupations of a tifteetaih century
wife was to protect her ilsu.slind frotn
Taking Into considteratilou. howe er
the horror with which the eopijle Io
those days regarded ctild % .tier :1l
clean clothes, it isl not s-urprisingg t,
learn that the question uf extert-inal-
big these insects made life a buirde-n
Cleanliness was not only looked ulpo,
as a dangerous custom, ibut a positive
sin. The soul alone was regardedI a-
of any importance, so that the neglect
of the body became so much a virtue
that a hath was only allowed In c(-s."
of illness. At any rate. water had nu
place in the toilet of the grand 1mm
narque. Ills valet after Iumring :a t) i k
containing spirits of wine over the
hand of his majesty Imssed a coamli
through his hair, thus completing his
toilet for the day.
In the seventeenth century, however
cleanliness was carried to Ach n ex-
cess that an English dandy was ex-
pected to wash his face "nearly every
day." So rapidly did the custom spread
that It was necessary to Issue a solenin
warning that the practice of using wa
ter for this purpose "Injures the eye
sig'htt. engenders toothache and catarrh.
renders the complexion colorless mand
makes the skin susceptible to cold In
the winter and heat In the summer"
Washing seems to have been more
popular In the eighteenth century In
lF'rance than In England, thfs In spite
of the #act that water was forbidden
in the former country.
A lost -.rt. according to M. Franklin
in "l.a Civillte du XIII. au XIX. Sie-
cle." is that of blowing one's nose. To-
day It is a more or less perfunctory
neIessitv hut in the Asventeenth con-
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Hurmmer Address~: ATLANTIC 1hOUSK, Nzirrttgakn.-*tt Pier, Rhode Island.5
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4 Fronting onI thi Electric Lights and n
SlHalifax Itiv-.r. Modern Improvements
.i' .ti s <. l iS h ilt's Villi.
. bENRY SCHMIDT & SON, Proprietors,
4 DAYTONA, FLORIDA.
Fine Honie Tale. I)elightful
Reasonable Rattes Sunny Roonms .
E. D. ILANGWORTHY, Proprietor,
TII[' house is cliarmin(gly situated on Ridgew~oo(l Avenue, the high
est and most healtlifi1l poi nt in the town of Daytona. It is
very tastefully and icifiift:tlly furnislied and is modern in
very resp)ect. [he vegetali)t s are frunz the iidgewotx) garden,
and native frinits, %h iclhi gr')% in almidiance, are a feature of
Hilyard & Holrovd, Proprietors,
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Steam Heat in Every Room
SAME MANAGLNI;\T A.- 'I 1HE l It~INSO,' ASBUR~Y PARK, N. J.
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M, A(ri rn U-i r- t-,I: in #,%,# ry itartic-u I r. i'ri-
NOW OPE .ut ':li, I-Lt~ire-' 1ie',vu-.Nforth-
N T n i rpf ,i iil Dinns-r-er -ei isas D ayv.
Cottagers nmay enlgakge tl--ru' ow-,
DAYTONA, FLORIDA, I). R. STIL.LMAN, Proprietor.
Sfadcing The talifa. Halt B .lok frtm Store and Postoftkicr.
M.Vdlcrn Impro;cmi n:s. Nh itv tip. northern Chef. 0
STerms $2.(00) and upward. Weekly Rates on application.
e*ee@e~e$eeeoe0eoe #eoee0oee ee le@ e
5 5 Thoma Lewi aad sister of Chicag
* a U m ~* Arived at The Priem Georke Christmas
sL sesrs Among the *tis at The Prince
0 ** George for Christmas were Charles A
h KODAK PLACE, Young and Mrs. Yotmung, Henry Mitchell
U and Mrs. Mitchell of Daytona Beach.
North Beach Street, -
S To DeersNertheljd Avenue,
Ntxt Dowrto the Depland Hotel.
Prince George Hotel, ^ ^ ^^
| PrnceGeoge ote, g Among the arrivals at The Despland
S DAYTONA, FLORIDA. w over Cliristmas were: F. D. Stiddam
*- -- O** ~and Jacob Elsas of New York city, I J
Trouston of Atlanta.
AE Mr. and Mrs. T, F. Williams and the
PMisses Dora and Norma Williams of this
city spent Christmas at The Despland.
After dinner most of the guests en-
joyed the cheer of the parlors or spent
the afternoon at cards. A number took
JB AB T 'a^in the picture theatres.
,%WW The Ridgewood.
The famous Rabbit's Foot, a colored
comedy company, will be here soon- Mr. and Mrs E. Marrener of Chicago,
that is, if they don't find life too sfrenu- who have been regular winter guests at
ous for them at Orange City Junction. The Ridgewood for a number of seasons,
as they did last.veac when they were entertained a number of friends at this
billed here and failed to materialize, hotel for Christmas dinner. Those in
L' si-Artomobile tail lamp. Re- the party were: Mr. and Mrs. A. B.
turn to F. S. Clapp, Morgan lHouse. Foster, Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Munroe and
Reward. ]94t son, Fuller, Mrs. Weeks and Mrs. Still-
man of Joliet, Ill.; Mr. and Mrs. A.
About thirty couples spent an enjoya- Kling of Marion, 0., and George N.
bie evening Christmas at the Keating chamberlain and daughter, Miss Jessie
casino, where the annual Christmas F., of this city. After the dinner the
dance was given. Music was furnished guests spent.a delightful afternoon at
Dy the Daytona orchestra. Toe hall cazds.
was prettily decorated for the qecatkodi Among the arrivals at The Ridgewood
with holly. Among the out-of-town over Chri-tmas were: J. A. Gaboyan
guests at the dance was Miss. Dora Bur- and A. Blonerberg of Hoboken, N. J.,
gess of lDelanu, who is spending a few and C. Tharzelen and Miss J IL. Powers
days in the city with friends and rela- of Nevw York city.
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tAI TM(, OtII. F Fo Cil \1t1l :--Four-
cylinder Stovens-l)urvyea, hour or
trip, vall Morgan Hloise, phone 110.
The Christmas festival for St.
Mary's Sunday school and choir boys
will lie held in the Guild IHall Mon-
day holy Innocents' Day) at 7:30
Vini, vidi, vici Nit! The shoe
shining "parlors" stayed but a day,
and were then ordered moved from
their stately position, at the foot of
Magnolia avenue. No one cares
where they went, only are glad they
FoR lH:Mi-Large lu-use, 141
rooms, situated at Silver Beach, near'
automobile club house; bath. hot
and cold. hard and soft water: fur-
nished. Garage and servant's quari
ter's. Rental. $;(WI for season. In-
quire of T. E. Fizigerald, 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.
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