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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 29, 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: VID00267
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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A fSe movitWl ql*it. about thirty
is sU&, at ered at Mr Burden's
kww-. uemesdeec, last night
a u enjoyed a variety of
aAt. A_... -- i&m .br m 11tliao s. iteh I


Mr. Yomeg. of Pittsburg who wi.
bwen the other side. gave a Seotchi
mime thaet elicited such applause as
4B- mod re. and he wa. quite a:-
hpay I his encwe.
Ge-e N. Chamberlain was forc.-d to(
SIe to he demand and told a few an-
dots whici brought down the house.
Si o imeof Mr. ChAmberlain's short-
ot B106e only the News reporter fails
in rich brogue and the inimitable
Obalque cbaraceteristic of Mr. ('ham-
bombsa* stories.
Amleiler in a city probablyy J(lietI
wa dirokom of finding St. Michael's
h-itaL He met asi Irishman of whom
he iquired the 'way. Says Pat: You
go orth from here two blocks turn to
the left a block and then go vest a
bl& to Marti MeGinty's. Step out in
te sAddle of the street and yell' To
-41 wth the Pope aid when you wake
p you wiuv be in St.. Michael's l hosl)pi-


AllM opy Or change of adver-
tisMe im the Daily News must
O be in a ht I Not later than 3-00
e'dack the day proceeding which
he. h to appear.


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69 A'l WhethWr u-nb Ras W
Be Heu Daytla Beach


I March.

aanzTo K onva

At the meeting of the Flortida Eat
Comt Autoamble Aml iatio to be held
th evening the quesUom of ma will
probably be definitely detrwUlmd upos.
Frederick D. SUdham of New Ywk,
the r m taUve of W. J. Mmga. the
raMe promotmer, ta the city *ad will be
pr t at the club meeting. Mr. 8d"
ham tor nt m mp meto an invitation
frm the ckub to Mr. Moams to eomon or
md a pre tatlve to go over the race
tkutioa. The tematative plaa an to
give a very elaborate racing piugram
the latter part of March ad to offer
k e ma prim todrivenr, whooompete.
About UM)00 will be required to pull
off the event, and it Is probable that ar-
ragoemete will be tonduded this even-
ing to rame that amount.


The Rollins Team Give Cubans a
Striking Exbibhion of Speed
and Skill.
The Daily News told in a reeot bane
of the Christmas invane. of Cuba by
the Rollins Collqe fotball team and
now can give the gratifying news that
they outplayed Uthe Cubans at every
turn.
They quit the field with victory writ
ten high upon their banner, score 5 to 0
in favor of Rollins.
Messrs. Walter Rogers and Roy Barnes,
Daytona boys, played with Rollins and


MAVT AIR 9 K WAlL

NAULOY[I USNTIKT.
st It It
H. H. Raymond Runs Afoul of a
Sunken Barge, Which Ought
to Be Removed.
I H. Raymond and wife are on a
cruise south and write a warning note
from Tituisville which it is well enough
for any who contemplate a trip down
the coast this winter to make a note of.
Fllowing is the warning: "There is
an old sunken barge about forty feet
I ni living about the middle of the chan-
Sel and ah,,ut ht'. -hior( in lth' lagoon side of the Haul-
over canal and there is absolutely noth-
ing to indicate its location.
An c\ix rienced sailor as myself (Ray-
m:ond w ill hang up on everyold hull and
oyster haink between Titusville and Mi-
ami -C('ity Ed. I struck it bard and
came near breaking everything to
piet.s so you can imagine what would
likely hapipn to one of the northern
siilors. A local in your paper calling
attention to the oltruction might save
s,,mc one a lot of trouble if not serious
loss


TIDAL


1 By I it, l l'r"-'--. ?
NAPLES, lec. 29.-Reports coming
in from the region visited by the earth-
quake yesterday are momentarily in-
creasing the horror of the catastrophe. K
The Tribune today states that the of
victims number between 65,000 and 75,- n
000, and twice that number injured.
The complete destruction of Messina,a
Stil
the second city of Sicily, is confirmed.
wi
Thousands of persons are reported
dead in Messina and it is feared that
hundreds are still alive under the ruins
and doomed to perish in the flames
which are sweeping what is left of the
city. wI
The region immediately across the
an
Strait of Messina met a like fate. Out in
of a population of 25,000 eighty per cent


are dead.
Martial law has been leclareid.
Most of the towns on the strait have
been wiped out.
The destruction of Messina was duet in
a great part to a tidal wave more than
the earthquake.


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High volcanic activity i.. n,'titted t(,-
day at Mount Y-tna and atn iruiption is


feared
Five thousand tr(oo)ps hame b,.en sent
to Messina and t\\ice thliat number are po
held in readiness. ile
A squadron of battle ships sailed thisRe
SSu
morning to patr(,I thl, devastated calt


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PERSONS


KILLED


BY


WAVE IN ITALY.


'oosevelt Expresses Sympathy.
lilY I'nlt,l I'r,'s-.]
WASHINGTON, Dec. 29.-President
oosevelt sent a cable of condolence to
ing Victor Emanuel, of Italy, today,
Pressing sympathy, an.i the sympathy
f the American people to the eaith-1
uake sufferers.
The American National Rled Cross has
sued an appeal for contributions to aid
ie sufferers, and is communicating
ith the Italian Red Cross


(G. A. Foye Buys Property.,.
(;. A. Foye has purchased the prop-
erty at the corner of Palmetto and Live
O()ak avenues, which he has been occu-
pying with his livery business. This is
the east half of the J. C Coombs place,
and it is rumored that the Ridgewood
avenue corner is being negotiated for.
This property was acquired by Coombs.
a colored man, when Daytona was in its
infancy, and has been held by the farm-


Sily ever since.
Consul May Be Victim. 'Coburn's Minstrels, not a Rabbit
[By H iit,.,i ..1 Foot tent show. Remember the date,
NEW HAVEN, Conn., Dec. 29.-No .lan. 1 2. Wilmans Opera House.
ord has been received lv the family of -
r. Arthur Cheney, ('onsul at Me,,sina, Card of Thanks.
id it is feared hlie may havt loh)- t hiis life
the disaster. S. 11. (ove and A. 11. Carter wish to
thank their friends and others for their i
Sf[ A BAr TS valuable services in saving property
(IL[ SAMS B OATS ffoien the ( ;ove shop destroyed by tire
Sundlav morning.
NEARING Tile SUEZ.
Plead Not Guilty.
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he Squadron Is Now% Parading M1)DIA, Pa. lec. ..--MrN. J. Clay-
I The Rd S a I t ton Erb and her sister, Mrs. Catherine
In The Red Sea, and It's Hats I
Beizel. charged jointly and severally
Off To Them. with the murder of Capt. J. Clayton
By I nite I Pro..,. Erb, a powerful politician and former
private secretary to "Boss" )urham,
L()NDION, lDe. 29. -T, legral.ic re- plead not guilty today, and the work of
rts from lPerimni say that tlie AheTir:e.*n ,el.cting a jury in the case begau.
et passed that point and entered their
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ez January third.


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LAs f t YwJew.erst.
I Let U. B. Y-r Jewelers.


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ALDERMAN


CLARK


RESIGNS.


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RIt ItR
Alderman George H. Clar tendered
his resignation to the ty uuneil Mon-
day evening, to be effect just before
the election in Februar The resigna-
tion was accepted.
The mayor was authorized to issue his
proclamation calling the annual elec-
tion, and J L. Lynch, J. M ('arson
and W. B. Chittenden were appointed as
inspectors, and D. I) Rogers clerk. The
election will occur February 10th
Sanitary Inspector Zuhr reported
several sewers In bad order.
An ordinance providing for tilini, p11:0t.
one prohibiting expectorating .n i-
walks, and an amrnendment to thle ,ani
tary ordinances were lpa-sed third read-l-
ing.
The registration list was revised andl a
number of names stricken.


Wi mb. Give. Away -EGri*-
foramEve. Con atounriabm


& CO.


THREE BOYS


KILLED


BY TRAIN.


Their Interest Centered in a Snow-
balling Contest, They Were


Run Down.


Resignation To Be Effective The


Second Wednesday in
February.


[By Unltt.d Pret.]
YORK, Pa., lDec. 29.-With their in-
Sterest centered in a snowballing contest
in which they were engaged, Guy
SAdams, 12, John Weeds, 12. and Luther
SBowers, 14, did not see the fat expert
coming towards them and all three were
run down and killed this morning.


Won and Lost.


DAYTONA BOY WINS ClIa. Burling appeared before
His Honor, Mayor Seaman, this
R IFFL[MAN BAE,[ morning and the customary tax was
imposed for an after-Christmas jag.

Frank B. Collins of The Giraham TP[ HIGH SCOOL
Thompson Bicycle House, Cap-


tures a Fine Trophy.
Frank B. Collins, of the Graham
Thompson Bicycle House has just been
the recipient of a handsome silver nidld]
from the Department of the East, whichli
is a distinct honor to capture,. '
The badge, or insignia, consi.-ts of two
miniature silver army rifles cro.-,-d in a
wreath and suspended from a b:r. It is
an exceedingly pretty thing ,1nd is in
recognition of Mr. ('llire' ,'rack inwirks-
manship.
The practice was at I",rt Ettlian Allen,
Vermont, and out of 6 T-hots Mr. ('ol-
lins missed only two cl itincc's, iiikiit
the highest average In tle .skirmi-hl
run of twenty shot.- he ni:t'l e I s hi it..
This was with th. w ewv S.pringfiohli
army rifle wVhich l ist :t re of0'f of )


Wreck on (ireat Northern.
[ ty I' jlit i H ... !
(REAT FALLS, Mmit.. Dec. 29-
Nine workmen w.rt, killed and ai ,n.lMl.r
of others injured in a (, llisi, in (odfty (n
the Great Northern HRailway, bt,(. ( ii :1
freight train and work trtin.


STILL IN THE LEAD.


Rifles Second In The Race-Miss
Maggie Morgan Looks ULike


a Winner.


The Hligh School boys and girls have
demonstrated that in the Bush & Saf-
ford Co. piano contest it is no child's
play with them, they mean. to use the
larn.tmuage of one of the boys, to "cap the
box."
Miss Maggie Morgan has developed a
speed that begins to look like a hand-
omse special New Year's present for her.
SThe C('olord Industrial School is get-
ting up in the running in a way to at
tiract atteint:n tho' the finish is quite a
W:l'y otr.
Over tlie Halifax, WVilmans Opera
lI,.L i:-, ,taken a decided lead over all
I, 'Ip titors, while, the Seabreeze High
School has muovd upI a fraction ahead of
the M. L' ptarsonatge.


I Li ry Thomplson and party are
dl)own lies riv%-r in tlie ia lit l.u-


cile," hIunting ducks.


SVenezuelans Still Scrapping.


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SEVERAL ORDINANCES PASSED.' THEIR FUN COST THEIR UVYES


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; Duke Wilder was one one of the num-
Ir who took part In the turkeyshoot at
the Kingston depot Christmas afternoon
;ind was so fortunate as to win a fine
turkey. The bird was taken home and
the following tday, when another mem-
ber of the family opened the box In
which it was confined the turkey seie l
Sthe opportunity and flying like its wild
brethren, left for parts unknown.


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Give 1o0 Votes For Every
Dollar paid for

Advertising

or Job Woik,

But on Subscriptions
give a larer number.


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Seven Wonders
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Ch of Daytoma P crowning glories i
:er' IoeM rable beach. No meo who
~set Coot upon its month, packed
Iam; no owe who ever pedaled a bi-
cyle over its expanse; no one who ever
drove a preacing pair of bones and list-
i ned to the popping of their steel tAhom
Supoa its aphaltum-like face; no one
i ver m steered a high-power automo-
bile.own the broad stretch of wave-
wahed amd surf-packed sand but real-
ied that it is a worid-beater, a world-
wonder. Go stand upon this wide
speedway and see the happy souls flit
by ia joyous mood, and answer whether
this i not one of the seven modern
wooden.
Thie P i. Puucid tain River.
Where think you is water with more
pietuesque surroundings? Nearly a
mile wide, fringed with tropical vegeta
tiod, artistic cottages with roomy ve-
randa's looking out upon her bosom.
gamey food fishes in countle s numbers
beckoning, as it wert, to those with rod
and reel; her bosom flecked with duck
and coot and snowy-winged sea birds,
i which it about as if for the sport of
bobbing upon her waves; watch that
lubberlyy old white headed p. lican pouch
a fat mullet, and that fish hawk strug-
gling upward with his floundering load
he snatched from the water.
See the beautiful launches, spick and
span, their hampers and lockers bulging


anE L A A lW U VrI T- with refreshmeat both solid an liquid
ready for a cruise upon her beautiful
I TnW TJ surface Take out your field glass and
sweep the river from Ormond bridge to
SPonce Park light house, then say
SUBSCRIPTION DEPARTMENT. whether the Halifax isn't a thing of
l 1.5- -One suhBcription., 500r-ote beauty and a joy forever, and one of
the modern wonders.


Club of fi ve sulscript iops, 4,(00 votes
Club of ten subscript'ns 10,(WMO votes
There is no limit to the number
.of (lubs each contestant may secure
The subscrition price of The
Weekly azette-News Is $1.50 a
year, The Daily News Is $1.50 far
the season by mail.
Mco(tltitng vOt4i. Iy candidatt-i or frietnd.
wit lhin the st(r.b dltrlttutlng vot-e' ti un-
dt-Nira Remember! 1,,t, SEVEN DAYS
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Smmi-ded by beautiful grounds and fronting on the water.
TIlS PLACE IS A BARGAIN.

MACON THORNTON
RKERAL ESTATE

ORMOND mad ORMOND BEACH



INO MATTER i:WHAT .OU..THINK.


Of Buying or Renting in th1l way 'of Ileal Estate


ThI ETmc-mtlgy Plctunreque Ridgewood.
Ridgewood avenue is upon the crest of
a broad ridge, straight as the crow flies,
and the wide-spreading branches of the
heavy-trunked liveoaks extent their
giant arms across this magnificent vista,
forming an arch, and from these extend-
ed arms great festoons of Spanish mo&m
sway as the trade winds from tropic seas
fan them. IAooking straight ahead down
this ahite shell strni-t one has the im-
premssion of a fairy lpath with elfi-h dra-
Speries, but as you move along and cast
an eye first to.the, right and then to the
left you see distinguished cottage homes
in the most delightful settings.
See the glistening leaf of the grand


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magnolia which nature'Ihas varnished as
no artist's brush ever could; and the s
cabbage palins with their burdens of
showy fruit and swaying palms; ec the I
lovely holly with its exquisite Ierry; see K O D A K S
th climbing vines running riot in the Films, D)rvPlates,
trees see the cryptogamions forms which
gain a foothold on the great oak.s and W Chemicals,
the stately paInls, and sunliv you will
join in the chorus and bay that this is a 10. Card Mounts,
world wonder for beauty. 0
Murasslag Beaut) ot Our Cottage Homes. 0 S
No one of Daytona's attractions, per- THE BEST KODA rFINISHING
haps commands more nearly universal 0
attention and praise than does the artis- IN THE CITY
tie cottage. The owners of these charm- "
ing villas hail from ever corner of the U In Twenty-four Hours i
country and they bring their own archi- m
tectural plans and build upon themn.and W. ln, :, ,'p1 ''. ii (,
as the architecture of one section of the -
NProfessional tioods at Jack=
country diff..rs fromn the archlitetur,, of Professional oo at Jack
another so do our homes differ in out- 0 sonville Prices.
ward appearances and structural beaut L
from one anotticr. Ther Hare no lnonoto- *
nous rows of .trikingly similar buildings t L esesn e S
but the eve. a,. it sweeps by, i- treated
to a kaleidoscopic change which keels, KODAK PI.ACE,
the mind wondering "\What next"'' Ncxt loor tu the
It is not only the ext-rior of many ofnce Geore Hotel
these homes that rivets attention; with- Prince eorge iotl,
in they are models of convenience, and i DAYTONA. F-LORIA. I
tht tinish and furnishing give evidence S 0
of the elegance and cultivation of those IIU _I-E- -IO I__O
who worked it all out. Indeed it is the
interior arrangement and the artistic !
furnishing ana shading, more than the i
ext-tior appearance' tuat give a surpass-
ing charin to Dlayttona homes. This fea- I
ture justly merits promtincne as. wonder 1 !


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NEWS OFIIIE


The Ridgewl


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mlm Beach.
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throws down the umSatlet to the world.
SIqukrw, Pie" Ubft i frOms.
Whatever one's shortcomings and
however indifferent or eve eallousone
may be to many things, the mere en-
tim of "'sqirrel and flowers, birds and
fruit" will snd a thrill that is reflected
in distended pupils and pricked ears.
For every visitor with a spare "goo-
ber" there is a bunny ready to come out
and accept your gift. He will sit bolt
upright and gnaw into the meat, casting
furtive, saucy glances at you meanwhile.
Flowers! Usually fresh and blooming
the year 'round. You are reminded of
G(oldsith's couplet where
Smiling spring its earliest visit paid
And simmer s lingering blossoms are
delayed.
In one yard roses of variegated hues
predominate, another household have
a penchant for the poinsettia and
the premises are aflame; another is hid-
den in a jungle of tall cane. Variety is
the spice of life and here is where you
find it.
The birds flit in, and with their joyous
notes help to give fullness and symme-
try to the picture.
As for fruits, choice citrus fruits, Day-
tona yields the palm to none for quality
and quantity per acre. There are scores
of citrus groves in proximity to the city,

branches bending to the earth with their
burdens of luscious golden globes, which
for beauty, proliflicacy and all desirable
qualities would truly astonish.
The Fstest Autos Ani The Finest Out.
The seventh world wonder, do you
ask? Come, whether from Missouri or
from Maine, from Kalamazoo or from
Timbuktoo and you will be "shown."
Here is where world's records for speed
are broken with every recurring season.
Autos the biggest, the fastest and the
finest are on daily parade and the big
show is as free as the pure artesian
water from the thousand flowing wells.
It is a continuous show with constantly
shifting scene.
Everything goes, from a 2-horsepower
up to a 200-horsepower, and all degrees
of speed from a canter to a two-wUile-a-
minute clip. You will probably catch
the spirit and when you do the roads
and the beach are yolirs The Florida
sunshine is free, the balmy ocean
breezes are free, the birds and squirrnl
and flowers are free, thie sparkling
fountain water is free and you will have
to go down in your wallet only for coin j
for the auto and bed and board.
This is no fanciful picture; it's ali
here. It is drawing other thousands
antid holding them enthralled, it will
charm anri hold you Come and see'.


Despland Hotel.


Among the arrivals at The DesFland
the last twenty-four hours are: Francis
B. Holfnes, Mrs. Edwin B Holmes, Miss
Florence A Meyer, Boston. H. S. Simp-
son, Jersey City; L. A. Williams, Rich
Spa, New York; C. E Swartz, L. P.
Beaman, Buffalo.
Jacob Elsas and L. J. Troustineguests
at the Despland, are on a fishing trip tc-
day, making the trip in the Reese boat.

Working Too Hard.
The owner of the farm had been en-
joying himself at the county fair, while
his hardworking wife stayed at home
to see that the farm suffered no loss'
in his absence.
"Well. Sarah," said the owner upon
his return. "I'm about all tired out. Is
the cows in the barn?"
"'Yes long since." replied his wife.
barely looking up from the task then
In hand.
"Is the houses uuharnesied an' fed?"
"Yes."
c'lhickens locked up'!
"Yes."
"Wo<> "Yes."
"W'agon heel mended an' ready t'
stirt Il th' mornln'?"
"Yes."
"Well. then." concluded the exhaust-
ed owner, with a sigh of relief. "let me
havt liy supl,|r. I'm goin' to' turn in.
Farinln's lagllninln' t' tell on me."-New
York ilhril(l.


The Popular Coral.
TI'e th ialer held up two strings of
coral 'They were ,of equal size. but one
was dw-k ald dull In hue. the other
bt'autlfullyv,rirnk and translucent.
"The'd iark o e." he said, "'s worth
54) cents; the pink one is worth 9010.
That 1Is what makes coral so popular.
It suits all pxcketbooks. All over the
world It goes. These strings o,f rough.
utl-ut beads are for the dead of India.
Th"'hy anr put round the necks of the
btdihes nloit t to be burned In the ghats.
Thli'so' liirge and blmod redl tads go
to Afrlvc. Thpy are much liked by
the m ntlv'. whose dark skins they
i[rff..'y mult IIfere are a lot of coral
h:m.t, \Ith tlnnictrs extended In a V--
th t, uar tr tlit wards off the evil eye
1! '..-. -r:il h T: a;re f,.r Italy. where
t!'. !,,".-l'f !i their effctary is wide-
s;.r;':!l I';ufr:tlh. Fxpress.

He Would Return.
.:;l.,\\ u.,t three years old. ()ne
IHnv hii, it-.ther said to hbim, "Now.
\;larl,-v. \',ti IImay go outdoors to play
f,r" ;a\\hIllI. tout If I see you crossing
th,. s(trvt to plav with that naughty
litl- I. lvy W\illie Burr again I'll give
youl t hard, hard spanking."
llalf an hour later the mother looked
out after her u-oy and saw him playing
with Willie Burr. She raised the lwn-
d,,w and called with forced geutleuess
'"a'low, coUwe here to me'"
Marlow came, but as be did so he


ARKEltKZL IrLOI DA.

on January Ist, 1909


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Now Open for Season n9o8-9.
L. M. WAITE, Owner and Manager.


Greatly Enlarged since last season. Cuisine and
Broad Piazzas on all Sides. Rooms Ensuite.
Every Modern Convenience. Send for


Service Excellent.
Steam Heat.
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Straehley, Cincinnati; J. H. Dickinson,
Mrs. Geo. N. Martindell, New York; A. a
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J. F. Randolph, Chicago; B. B. Morris, I
IH. 0. Ansorge, New York; 0. C. Roess
Atlanta; 0. P. Fant, St. Augustine; G,.
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