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 30, 1908
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: VID00268
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 1631353
alephbibnum - 002072230
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it ud to tbe a a hat common with
eye to native thridae wiratth latt
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riftu hm 1* ft~f t Feared Americans Shared The Boni de Castaway Lass Is
'S khms rwc ml at a Common Fate-oreatest Suit For Custody .f Mi
f -Alwm* Date: March 22-23-=244-25. Distance One to One Hundred and aster in Years. Cidn.

*: nU~a sm-m S Twenty Miles.-..Purses $250 to $2,000. i IREI ATE ES EV

StThe 1909 automobile race meet for from former races worth mentioning. winner; 100 miles. Must average 120 I t It
takgt N a re Daytmia Beach is definitely decided There is no more such thing as "Or- miles an hour. i By prtPo
1. A*tla- ffhk **f x r r ft'/._ I Bv liilt<(l Ir".~.N H: I iilttnl Pres*...
i t tba an Ow y*7 u n pon, the preliminary arrangements are mood-Daytona" races, Ormond beading 3 Two-mile-a-minute Speed Crown;
I S term t that the might that made, and the greatest meet ever pulled with the big "0." It is simply DAY- $500 cash to winner. Must average 120 ROME, Dec. 30-While there is no PARIS, Dec. 30-Count Bw
a P tab-mm Tmkhaum found a bkawsinoff in the South is gradually crystalizing TONA beach. Everybody who ever miles an honr. way of yet arriving at any more than Castellaine's suit against his
' he ~,of the Fletch cum moore into shape came to the races knew where the beach 4. One mile. best two in three. Sir an approximate estimate of the dead in wife, Princess De Sagan, for theci
1 0 eet two "ph"." R looking W. J. Morgan, the New York race pro. was, but so long as the East Coast Hotel Thomas Dewar Trophy given outright. Sicily, it is evident that the disater i of the three children was decided
i aw M the viciaty by the moter, Is to have complete control of and other interests were willing to "put and $500 cash to winner, the greatest in the world's history since adversely to the plaintiff. The P
I. alot erkat the DaIplmd hotel. the big event. The local association, up" for the distinction of a name in the 5. Ladies' Race, around Port Orange a little more than two hundred y.ars rtains the custody of the three
te Upluad in the nearest hotel to the Florida East Coast Automobile As- big event they were permitted to share Bridge beach and back road to Ormond, ago when the sea and earth crushld out but the court while granting herci
S p1ee. mnd dstuted so that one ide eaoeition accepted Mr. Morgan's propo- in the glory. Now that they have finish at Club House, Daytona; Trophy. the lives of two hundred thousand little of the children reserved the right
9 4lo the m ar of the beach street stemsition, which was that if the club would tightened their purse strings the tot- 6. International Championship, In- brown men of Jeddo-now Toki. move at. any time the children froi
t this p t.. take it upon themselves to raise $4,000 heavy head of the hyphenated name is ternational Rules. Best two in three. Publishers, after coparin a care if she should be shown unwor
I mOieht ofthe fire, whcha nmay be (Morgan) would take charge of the dropped into "innocuous desuetude." One mile-must be sixstarters. confusing reports coming in frot th,. the responsibility.
.h.. might have bees of incendiary meet and be responsible for its success. Everybody interested in a greater and 7. International Championship, In- afflicted regions, have set l d i t
oerigi. the clerk saw two men run watIt is with this understanding that the I more popular Daytona should at once ernational Rules. Best two in three. the belief that 75,000 wer ,kill d by th. T, FN
i an Mgolia. amd top on the comer of event in now announced,. take up the race question and help to Five miles-must be six starters, quake and tidal av-,
B Palmetto, right by theb hotel* They The Automobile Club held a meeting talk it. 8. International Championship, In- Thousands more are ,,dic.l to di( [FA \
Then parted, one running south d the at the club house last night; F. D. Stid- Annual automobile racing on the beach ternational Rules. Best two in three, more horrible deaths in t.li .iioas that LA
oternrt.Te i le utb ixsatr.engulfs many towns onit '1, ,,
other north. Because of the darknw ham, of New York, a personal represen- means a great deal for Daytona in a Ten miles-must be six engulfs many towns on th Strit of
he was unable to tell whether they wf ye of W. J. Morgan, being present,' number of ways needless here to enu 9. Southern Handicap, open only to Messina and the interior.
b ht rclrd hmmnwr entative of W. J. Morgan, bengpreen,' -o.ew" as y....e
Swhite or colored. Thes men were seen and all the important details of the pro- merate. If you will, whether a devotee I residents of Southern States; five miles; No news has yet been r'(i\ d f.out Diamonds Are Taken Fro.
Fnyafwmnts eoetefr a any Americans in Messiard! l I
only a few minutes before the fire w ps met were fully gone over and to the automobile or not. you can help prizes, any Americans i Messina n d it will be
Idi>oeoer-d. left with the committee to be decided to make these events permanent and a 10. Vanderbilt Cup Competitors several days before any dhlinit ifor- Ashes and n China
SDaIhytona's utter helplesess in at- upon. success. Race, open to all competitors in Van- action concerning them can be obtained,, mains Unbroken.
Vtc.tipting to arrest the spread of tlie Anotheren copetttosraaingoncerdngthatiiAil[
opting arrest the pe of the .committee previously appointed by.,. Another great drawing card that ill derbilt Cup Race. Prize, Gold Cup, and but Americans iesidnt henr fi that
Sflame in the Sunday morning firebad te. Florid t Auto b A help to rivet the eyes of the world on $500 in gold to winner; $250 to second; their countrymen iet the conuon fate. Mr. nd Mrs. Jackson, of Pitt
Dayton.abe".cheduring the big races, willo nutust be..five -ntries. Fires are still raging in uuany of the who were the. tirst to discover the
' put People to thinking and talking adthe Forida ast Coast Automobile AssoDayto beach during the big rces will must be five entries. I F a r t... .
the awakened interest is a helpful mindl- ctitior had artey ca d A tthe r be the proposed reoplane flights. 11. One-mile Gold Medal Races; best ruined towns ;day tire have een nevmg the a
I cation A proposition which was turned tL tory and rsied, l2,5. n got This will L- a close competitor for two in three; open to L. I. Motor Park- Rigid enforcement of partial la the endeavor to recover Mrs.Ja
1 down once before is being discussedandF. E. C. A. A., Bd it is confi- public interest and with such star per- way Sweepstake Stock Car class, brought a semblance of order o0t 1f th< I,-t diamonds, which he valued b
P may le brought formally to the city e E. "p ." ,, h .. formancas daily on the beach there is no utter chaos at Messini, but in the outl- p hey were rewarded .et
*o ,, en tiyexpected In view of the enrmu s J*'u ni itit o nlt n rhv .v. i v i V it ig se'veral, and some of th
council for acti.n. It is merely a safle- l_ he rce n iew o te enorm reason why Daytona should not plav ing districts complete an.h t) -i. ; di ....
guard, intended to give al business the races will make for the e n r .r ,.., Work was begun today on the re- Messages from the warsi i, ud other material in which the pr
guard nntnde tho gtv yl gw people wal aln th ..d ewo .. ...i st.ii,,, th world' sers fTddl Maco2 2ld' ..n i.,"fii Mesgsio n ~rsij e,, fr
r immediate waring of impnding dan- bridge companies that they will willing- th taming i vall along the Ridgewood say that the rescuers auttrlv swul- g
g Dr -ingthei e S i ly contributeab $.500 to the rund, which Th following is the proposed pro- frontage of the J. C. Coomb prop- edand it will require lay to et Mi partly melted and bent out
.. .. ... .Dur.._ wohe tleoraveuaa yy ^ but. $500 to era ed n .. .. .. .. .h erp s r ty l T e ecnstruetmn of this wall ad eouate relief svst.-, f,,rm er resemblan('es to the origin
morn ne fire there re people within w l..gram for Motor Car Races on IDaytona I.T instructionn of t his. adequate relief systin. "
St.wo4- ocks of the fire who lept sndly 'e local association at a meeting b held .lr 2 was authorized at the last meeting Pneumonia and / i'- ,. .! it is gol., neveriheles, and the or
through it all and learned of it only at held some time since ap)po nted a con- 2ah, tot held Mr' k of the ( City Council and when the ready broken out among thl.-urv:vors. d eril, arid can be worked over.
the breakfast ale. mittee vested with power to go ahead rie from one mil to one hundred and ilealk and necessary fill is corn- ny l L.f.. l.- It may be recalled that the din
SIt is suggested that a large whistle be and raise funds and take whatever ae- fifty, and with the exception of two pleted it will be a great improve- bee.n completely destroy, d an, it vill te is h lpurest f r.n of carbon, and
Suse, in eonectioa with the tropo tion in their judgment seemed necessary races will be for c.*h prizes as well at u ment to that preorton of tdgewood several days before the reli' f co:r,s an chemically speakmg, the diamond
F aM~ io i hirjugen eeedncesry-en o ha x....o Rdewo
r~ ~~~looking to ward the proposed race rmeet mach -f ts]y reetin t te back dm
City waterworks plaftfor fire alarWm pur- looking toward th proposed trophies. The two races mentioned b.- vene reach some. point. f'mly r t t black di
poses after the samne plan a that sub- It was the p-""iay work "tf this nIng a L.adies' race and a Southern Hand- -14 is utterly imipo.sibil to .tif cal), ad is re-. ot.ly akin to r
iUed t he CityCounci last Febru- committee that led up to the decision both of which will be for amateur. in in idreds of the d.ad. atrl. \\hile hres are not r
by1 .Gn o h ats!ls ih told th rc meet. ii d tel), bothof hich il heforamatiirrCotriutios Purin in
ary by LGunn forteSan ec- last night to hold the race mt. and i Sweepstakes Stock ar Thereservs re smp)l ., ,,, l improve the quality o
trick Light Plant. The proposition then recognition of the committee's eiicient Price Handicap. t'ash, $500 and trophy \ I..- .t .. burying the dead .in great t- I. ..', i. does not always
Made was to install a large whistle at services they were reappointed and to winner, $250 to s.t,d; dist:anc., 150 NW O K, .Dec. 30-Tbe Italian In Reggio te .-, v ,-h .- 1* tfte co
the electric plant with half a dozen sta- invmested with power to o on and corn- Cil t onsul (,en.ral, the Italian Chamber of tire city and ntt a luii:il i.ft 't,,- 'g p,"t r ,-,broken .
tins in different parts of the city from plete the arrangements. The cominittev Minn, apolis trohy, $500 cash to (omt.Trce and Italian Red Cross have ig. \\ -"*iig cle througlht g tr
i Ilarmseould turned in, the consists of d:w White, chairman; tal.en charge of the relief work for the un. \ ^ t.; te
t ecihch alat could ie turnee n.t .ief.e .. ue en e n alitn '\... I -,,,;,',i I .\t ,, h-r,,,b rt th,. delicate hand'e-
svste.m to be an electrical one, and de- H. enters Dr. L. L., Potter, E. 1). -. earthquake victiuis in Italy. grief,,n harin je ,h -,, '" ,
Signating the section of the city in which Rose, Col. C. M. Binmghainam, .Majr A. .. S.v.ral New York newspapers hav" t -' t y wr fou
d ite n --a- located. The city was asked ih ouster. afw 11 L,-tarted funds an (l etontributoons are t agv ei e rstor to
1,lie firv" was oci v ... The c-it..y :ry warevve r.k, ,
to" furnish the. ...ece ,ssa".y cor.pper, wire With the raising ot funds and thef' ^WW \ p(uring mn trom all sources ....__
and th< stations, while the plant was to completion of a few ot'r praltoynontr i b/ dammany aoe ofodayi ctrbe --
tof th, n heIiccs $2,)0 ai Iitl Iays porest resi-t-mwdd r, ,dhei' ,',,i~ Minstrels, not aI
urnish t whistle and halor required tZoe responsibility tor tlo. succ.sf ._, Iti,(,0. a2 0 I0n.itthreItalyw poort s'- "e .1 *.-. e:- ",h r-i 1 I 'i t '.h. "n.ot, the
in puttn in the system and keeping it meet is thrown up n Senator \ J. ..t cnribuid $25,000. ."r, ;',' ,, ,e er
ro m hi eas o nth odwa h~re ld etrn hIat. eating oi s a .ro' i1ig :t. l t... .. O e" t \tnaa. pr l ,r I a creallilg horra I ,i t \ i ..mi'iu -o~a
in order. It was propo ed in this "ae Morgan, the old war horse nd ve re ide It is ol ie couple. *Iti- ', P
I to use the electric light poles for the in such work, and that the March m alarm wires will be the lM's~t vet tle-Id lg01-' ^ithout wold It-s value lie.s in tit fact thit Noit of Dissolution.--'7 K^22
I. is wel for the public to consider saying is allnutriment ani ht,',s no ,,hrful Notlice is hereby given that the J(^^^lf[-
It iS eil 1or llle pDIIC tO t~um & wase products ili tieI \V'.,'I \t'tt \' I" -- Tf / i "
all such suggestions, and make known MostautUmnobit' manufacturt'rs have a handle a special lIrandl tlih't 'i- t 'n1.v ,;,rti'nerip existing between J.t. C.. .:.S .
to the Council their wishes. There Is no racing crew and this crew wY. j pure but has a dltti- tlavoi. l'li rutitlr and C. A. Kenney has been ,. S,
doult that the concensus of opinion of keyed up to a high pitch ,f imtere-t 3.5, 50 and 7.5i.. ,iissolved, and the undersigned will,, 1"S" ^ -? ^
li<' bhet judgment of thoughtful, con- when a good cash prize is hlung up j ,-,mliine the business anmd pay all -- mt 9,
servative citizens would carry great This feature will be prominently played t ...... tn aait the firm. Please pre- \
weight wi th he city fathers, up by Mr. Morgan as a glance at the rlANKINS, The Drugglst, s'iit ;ll bills by the first of January.
event is iertw iti pubhn-t.e od W h ere. V A "E B ea .1. C. I W e"I 'IE I t
(-' ur t tWhere Voiusia Meets B-each I)a:t ',na Iealu.eF:th l., l)ee. "29. "1

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t< l tent lsllutew I l .ii ill "e 'l i *,
.J 1n. 12 \ W iliarns ()pera tHouse

A cigar stand has been installed
iin tihe lT.itile hody barber shop,

1i"est varieties orange and grape-
fruit trees for sale by I. Maley.

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L FKLZ.. be. MO.-The Bea-
ee 'Tis sad Bowliag dub held
their hut mieag at the Cotlamades ho-
tel Mo evaae ng, aad perfected their
ovamluztfoa b7y electing the following
Aex,: Predent, J. t. Johuaos; see-
retary, Frits Thayer; tressuwr, E. F
BrIttft Tbh charter menaber are: 8.
iI. Gove R. T. Butler, E. F. Brittoc, S.
E Gilmore, 0. K. Terwiliger
Jim M cuasett, who Ii greatly addict-
ed to the horse sad the bound, returned
yceiday afternoon late from a four
day' stuceesful hunt, in which he .uc-
ceeded m killing a bear and a deer-a
young doe. Mr. McConnell took the
guide Roberts, along with him and they
pitched their camp in the' neighborhood
of Blackabire Gap. They sighted four
deer aad had a shot at three of them the
dogs putting in some good work. The
bear was killed at Spruce Creek.
Mr aad Mrs. Palmer Walithouraid
lit-e mo, Hurdburt, arrived from At-
lanta yesterday afternoon and are season.
gutla at The Mayfeld..
I. Z. Burdack is building a sun parlor
on the south mude of hbs house on Valley
street The front porch wiU be extended l
south, and other changes and interior

SOudm ibe

Max FowIw of 7~bu. Jinl~
who winOs.. e
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of ~iJemeE ~TbWW w W ~
otbef girt wotk.ID' 3m a h.~ -~~- ~
cook, an' I was cbeU3bIhl3~
- ~ ~ ~ mb~ whe w'~M ~S

* uvj z~azs 5 -w w7- ~- mao gr~u. Them, after a
5M. ~Slue was ess? to beet, C
Mm. 5. 3ii~Iew aruiwd bum ~ ~ ~ to death with PS
Lake tWa. Ms~, sad atop-, gi~t~4uc~
Wrsy, o.Bmk utroeL
ping with Mr. His- "~wI Attorney Law. ('ourIs~ ~9n4 woe~S BPS
V. W. l~sgLh, &inedy *ba Stale and Y.defai
~.ry ci t~ e~. but L.in.,u....in...g9~ ~ to tbe ~eBkiU 636 ~mm d
~w with ~ ~g bm&.a~ at Nw' paesnL~.Frk~k b
SUF3S, Wa. as by~ui~ bDd5~y, r g. vnsg.raM 3. ""a -
eireinlat&ng ~ ~ FITZGERALD & OATES ~~.bIeftr~
+(~k~* Mole, sot a Rabbit AflsmVS ~ ~j.~UfS at Law
Rmam.1 them (IUIAL a.~z .IMA.. hut ~xm!niDL and
-. W~W Pe.*et~g

Jam. 12. WiI~m. Op.i~i5o~ C*P in Cosral Building. 'None I2~
W. C. Verne,. ~ p~mid.mt of
tb. Florid J~g ibaumfact. rings
CoofJwkeonvsUe1~ IS ~be city.~ DR. (I. A. ~LO~I( I
lie is on. bu.imem s4 p&muia~ I Ipsacesum sadSurgwm *
tflp aloagtbo ~ ~ ~ at Glasses. *
~Wsnted.-Ho(ei work by whitsI 0

ma. sad wife; experiescd la all!
positioms: good reiemn Addres
Experience, caro Daily Newa. 24 4t

E. L. 6TmWA

Mrs. Arthur 0. Bennett, who
ca~ down from Jsckwnvilfr last
week #0 spen4 ~ainImaa with Mr. Kepsidal attentI~fl 10 I'IN.4ZIab~ of M ~ I'..ar.
?trnmt and N~,i,
Bennett's prentD, Mr. and Mrs.' F.tb Smut West Psstfflse
Albert Bennett, as Bay gu~et, re- Phone a ~'o II. :inA~~e red.
turned to the w.tioiaolia Tiwada ___________________________
Business necmitsted Mr.
departure S.mdt.y. HOWE, M. P~ :
*-.-~-.~ ~ sad ~
___________________________________ Resldcnie: I$l tIp. &tti4e~ 91

;; at Daytona m 4

i DAYTONA EACH, Dee. 3--Thei
4 > Town Council met in adjourned neuslo
l ast night. It is undermtoood that the
'' /1 ;lfi matter of sidewalks was to come up on

4, 0" Profesaor Sejdeu left yoer4.y morn-
.g ifor aina~v~e i be pr/raei, the
State Teaches.' Asociatodon.
**af fg-p.,pgssoee- Miss Myre Freaeman, of Wesleyan,
..... ____ College, Macon, Oa., la pending the l
Holidays with her pa rents *t It)e Pie-;
N E W S E A S ID E IN N .r b
I Sidewalk laying on Valk'y street IS
ANI) FI'RN'ISH ED C()TTA( I:.<. progresaing rapidly. Tturs was con1'id-
erable filling in work to do on both aide>.
of the street, which bas made the street
l.\-.ything Modern. very dusty and very disagreeable, so
hat ther completion of sidewalk laying
Home-like and (',,mr.,rtal^l,.. l e d appreciated by the
T,.h ., kj ....i* ..a*i^. >j^ n ...-i t. do bl ap re* te

Surf Bathing and ri |,iiig

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improvewmets will be made. -. v -.,^
MM. Mullett and moUter and guo'f.- House has befi tii.rounh'v r,.uc\it',i: .'
Ur *nrl /..ra ---I nk .... rliott, i> (.. M,'J1 kept. -olilorl>, >-nl.l ni.!. ;<'s. '.
Mr and Mrs. Luke and daugiiter., -n- ,ior iurflthiag nitd fllhItau.' "
-oycd a day with Mr and Mrs. Zimni, r- a.t.s.i .,, $5to 2., p. r .; :.
- .>.4idr.->. MK R M. E. K' K"I M.
-wiam at their borneon tme Torooka. j !h toas 11.-.. It. Flu.
Little Mfb Annie Orth, seven 3e;rz. -..........-"___---- .
old, sucwded i landing the largest hc ... _l.
caught 0m the North bridge yet,.rday ; -,e ,t'rincuss Y$Sena
Mni .. h A. Beggettn home. on i a. lae' ji Je .tree, has bee, treated to a freaa coat I A fln.- stooa f IKran %tructUr.; *-\*r\-
fpatbythe artsst.Jerome 'Aetherby j hn nwat t^an.tar~ : e';&'epaonaIi uaa.'
The peninsula mnembersof the Iy-,b^t addy:niar .,,up
toaa band are Harry Brigham, Arthur <'ml rat. for r'u,.or. Atilir.""'
Bumdma Wesley Hernick, Mears MaL' AI'A V.. INAKKM. Pr(If].ta
smug, Shlversteina, Salter, and Missi Grace
A S.I .-- *ur manier aAiu'r SAY AAT 3iL

Mrs. H. C. Webster returned to New
i Smyrna after a very pleasant visit WIth
the Misses Winifred and Aline Anian.
The new guests at tbe White House
are: Walter Mason and T. F. Bailey, of
Miriden, Conn.
Mrs. gmiUh, Miss Ruth Stewart and
ten or more guests of the Seaside Inn
had a flne drive aod picnicked at the
Old Sugar Mill yesterday, through thb.
kindly courtesy of Mr. Riley. ot Boston,
a rubber merchant. The day was as.

miuch enjoyed as the kindness was ap-
preciated by tba entire dt,,gation.
| A Mormon eldr, who hW been doing
evangelical work, has beef about towI,
thil week, diswminating his doctrine iu
printed pamphlets.
The students of the public school are
talking up an entertainment, the nature
of which is not yet defined, to be staged
a' W ilman Opera House sometime in
Mr. and Mrs. Waller Clark expect to
leave fur Jacksonville the latter part of
next week. Tbey think quite likely

* w~d Aremia.. opp. Rkig'wuod Hot.] 9
TeIepho~mes73 .

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RoO1)1'4 LNFILBS. MpiiJi' ,a u.S .4?? r.i.i I ~
eorp~ of ('oaaaj~.~Isua~C ~ i.j ~a j 'j ~itt. nd it..
C. C. 5OtIA~NON, M. I',, Uij.tufl~. '~
Pf4,?.M No. 14,


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4Nc Per
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Bicycle Livery.
t'zrrl,- ,i full it.- ,,r

Bicycle Supplies and l'~epalrs.
Pric'.'~ RI~Iat. All ~iou k guir~aat' ci.
Cow. and S...

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CARRY FOUR u'meg..5 *MY~
IN UWST.f~lA~.*fl!~5

.rmost New Tires, Ga Lights, G^Se '
tori, 9upjteI4yiq.q7 Sp-ins andmUfato s
Will be sold at very low fNlMiP.j

W~& Iarpr car.
('all (ID or address:
Daily News Office, Daytona Fla.

T"e T"~n of MeuaIrevz.- will
h,:U~drL t~Lv of ~JIW 4'tI bic yarwho~
r A .1.,..
Hu'l.-r B ul~visrij. from ~lne~oo~ 4ve~a~e
lo rat udi lew Ars'nie.
4 )uk Ridge Boulevani, from Pliwwoocl 4~-
~ e it) 4~ra vIt% Avenue. "' -
,~ ~.*. frolam Rutlsr Bon hvnnj
a ~ii~.* A~euu.. 1i~6na FLit l':F h3ppk.~arI ~
I N.m I) Houlevurd.
ni'~ er-Sty Boulevard. trpw %54rand~rIew
1% 9SL..U ?~ n (kdgl)18t41J lint' os~ tl5~ .tis~
1'h. Tu~a (o~aat*II ~ tJ~,t* rij~~t to ac:
.e-pt or r"jett zany bail ezereq. lIep..
IkJ. ittu'~t be gure'iv ~eal.j and fjt.
toHy, f~,PC~LAW~.TOWR ~ pESp4-
p J0p, in,, )Ipg
iIjv, ha aewary iiIj. I4i~.,~y wtI.v of
('out: .aaithi' 4,5) Wtreuta apd Sm ultatlom,
*11 I **ze* J"Li.. IP,''. 34th, 11111W,
let, home-like
tif)Uae, PIE'SinfltiysltIM-
JIIJ~ N4~FIE[I tm'd on Ursadirlow Aye:,
f:a.i f~L' the lur.'ujon. 'f)Vpi'l@Ok~t~e Ocean.
'1t~'i I' .ftV't
The Syracuse, ~
'till ttia(t '44',' on.'runsiizig at ROXaiS,
~I tIn,' MoMth of

DAYTONA BPACpI. lam rg~.~0 V4~.QI) I~ifl~.
us tad cold leath~. EIeetric 14g ttd. Rateg
$1.5a'i,.r lia~ ~e'.'kIv t~'rnm~ ~ application.

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Make ~e9ectIons Now.



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P4Y1~W44, S~4BRF~EzE. ORMONL) and
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Pflu~E-~v~~ o~ Sc~nu !Iaaa.

IWe handle

LY"'iJ TRAN .Ry 5 Royal Scariet and ilue L
I14CKS MEET A4. ThA u"
"" '*" : ': '" that excel anything on
Shop ia Vomioa~tIo..
,1,oA, ,o,,. ,,.,,,.,., Their merits do the talk

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When Making Purchases of

i~* i-i. MCDONALD, Meats1
M. B. ALLTMAN, Gents' Furnlsi~j3~5
L:MiI-14M ~ MALEY CO.. Furmi~sare.

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ago 's. wme, iris l ropic*& I~
Yet yrt.C ot~a~eq jh poowy ye-
Ir~IbCr um.d toqm it~md~' ~k bupt h~ osom,
~ I~d %s" begn umt4
;sC~omagpc IAt wrm, to thmoe gh yod
Arrrt~s m4d ~.sI; h~r PPI~ ~qi wb OAIue

dy rtso sbp.v &4 it 1.0O v H 9(
or JP,*WOm4 b bobb m Tvial tWa*that
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THE flA 7F-I.lM

I Seven Wmders J

ON qtsa e rou a bg gories is
" bm py tmh wbeacd. No oim wo
- w eor t qg its m-oh, ppaked
m gmo mm wmo oa pedaled a bi-
P 49W Ib epen; eo o whoeo ev
4do a paC pair oatf borssaeand lAt-
oed t tow ppbg of tber sael shos
upom IVt p .altm lke face; so one
w, ever rmud a bg-power automo-
ibibdow the broad stretch of wave-
mbwaed d sdrf packed sand but real-
:td that it In a worlddbeter, a world-
woader. Go stand upon this wide
speedwayand ewe the happh v % j i1
by a Joyous mood, a *et. whehber
t I hi s (Ro< tlhe Ieven mgdem


$1.54--One subabsptiom, 500vots
lub ( five, lri4.votes
Club of tep "bwciptle a (JOA votgs
There is po lmrit o e ipyrbp
of cluba bc w optetiA. Ry qecure
Thl euCbecotio lic Tme
Weky 9 (Iaaeat .lq a

All v* -imt wv
thasoubwe wit hi ayo -. BAY

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Portraits rthe w tli'
Ay season,

Am.ucsr a Speyl

Anderson & Clark
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2Z--m- ,Lt--y furnished, all modern improvrwnt,
f~ow .Itot I gmrpmnds and fronting on tit wtiW,







(If ftvmu or Renting in the way ifq Iteal t,164aw


Imro wMr Mt or e tallow rde
-WbrVW --sMfC Of CWd (ft HO-i 0
VIay be to may thiD, the men mem-
tam of qurlsk dbovwer, birds d
fritm "wfll mmd a Shrll that is relBeetd
in difteaded pupils aad pricked Cam.
For every visitor with a pare "goo
thr" trb is a hay ready tb come out
mad rae p your gift. He will sit bolt
uprliht aad "aaw into the meat, casting
furtive, sauey glances at you meanwhile.
Flowers! Usmall fresh and blooming
the year 'round. You are reminded of
Ootdsaith's couplet where
Smiling sprlng It .!iS visit paid
And tm.&' I blowna are

9 yar roses0 o( variAgat4 hues
redomnite, asrotthe; hosehd have
S ePBCl (1 U tlk i p3ui4tthia and
hr p.m~s ame aflame; another is hW-
den u a uagne of all wf. Yarjetv is
the spke of H e ad4 her; where you
find it.
The hbrd ftit iu, and with their joyous
lnote help t give (u ae *A.d yuwme-
try to the P ?tv.
As (or rtui coice citr fruits, IMy-
toaM yeftO he palmn o ao4e fotr tUatty
and q,%Owtky pe RO e. ThAge are 5c AWes
of cltuV MQVf at poxtinity to the city,
brafW hod g 5o the artk with wthe their
burde"s of kqaom g*oden lo&be,. which
for b~It4 ^r iWoW Vd all desirable
qualities woV trutbr atoish.
T e fVva Aut AATie FtRmet out.
The eveth world wonder, do you
auk? Come, whether from Missouri or


1 v-twe .. I m hti "ftm andi a |
mnodrat Vtiaft attne9U @ to Sak-
M* big tr 3y. Per oit da4 rates ,
airse MANAKn P Palm ach.


The arinyat ,t 1%0 PepLad Tues--
day wrM: 4J, C. YVar Palatka; F A. --
E. C*,ke Jckmavt. =i c. E. Quilt ut ,

Senator Qodoa~ Wfe and daughter, i I
were dowa at New yrnua in an auto !
xeateMiy, d o
Capt. C.e ma nde a trip to No 9, 0
Tuesday with a paty, mde up of Mr. i3
and Mw. Bowa ad daughter, Mis- El-
eaMat, of Narrafa Utt Pier, and Mrs. L.,
N. Waite. of thi o y,. Greatly
-if -Br
The Rdgewood.
The arrival at The Ridgewood yes- t 2 u,,,n
terday were: C. G. King, Mrs. D. E. bu-|^m-
Hendey and Mis Hendey. Wildwood;I
H. E. Haiffisheim, Jacksonville, and F. I *lt*
H. Hamor, representative of the Aner- Frontii
iean Hotel Register Co. Halifa
8 J. Dunlap and brile, who were ro
cently married t4 Fnrotburg, Md., left '
Monday after aeverak days' stay at t he4
lidgewood. They wM tour aloug the 4

4ta, tSer haprs a&4d WCkera bulging from Maine, from Kalamazoo or from East Coast and later go to lartowwhere
with nrefe m.lWi llob as a liquid Timbuktoo and you will be "shown." they will make their fuure home. Mr.
eadly 1or a erue upo" her beautiful Here is where world's wegartd for speed Dunlap ip thv &4ate representative of
nrhew Take out your field glass and are broken with every recurring season. the Park-Piavt Co., of ictroit, and well
weep the river from Ormond bridge to Autos the bltjt, he astest and the known here, where he h&a often visited
Poasb Park light house, ~he sayI Iiet as on9 d**y rsue and th big
whether the Ha a,' i a thong of show i 0f free ss the puie artesian Twsutr-flw YatrL of Fish.
beaut gd "" to' ver, and one of water from the thoound lowing wells.
the mnuden q onders. It is a Ioniauoas show with constantly Oeo, E. Keliog. o e of the veterans
h itAnh i e. a1sh t onsfting teee.y with rod ad reel, announced in the
hi Pc*-" Everything g foe r a -horsepower bearing of a Daily News man Tuesday
Ra g ^ a broad rdg tramiht as the crow flies, of speed from a canter to a two-mile-a- yards of bluefish. When questioned he
ald the wide-preadnmg branch of the minute clip. You will probably catch stated that he had, single-handed, land-
hrpvy.-tnmkeid tsytaka fteCF their the spirit and when you do the roads ed 75 bluefish at the pier, which laid
glant Vk Ofros, th s pagificent vista, and the beach ari, yours The Florida end to end would total fully !5
forming n rch and (rom these txtepd- su1hae is free, the balmy octan, yards. The fiiah were caught wthin four
ad Vrmic ftea ooae of atspanib mow brtwen are free, the birds'and squirrt'.l hours.
sway s the trade winds from tropic e and flowers are free, the sparkling -
fan them. Looking straight ahead down fountain water is free aril you will have C ard of Thanks.
this white shell street one has the im- to go down In your wallet onl o in to expre er
premlon of a fairy path with elfiPh dra- for the auto an to expred hlaaier
perle., but as you move along and cast T no gitre; i'. s ratitude to those who assisted in fight-
an eye first to the right and then to the here. 4 dcawtng other thousands IluK the re which threatentl her hone
left you see distinguished co heresan.d h Ading them cthralk-tl, it will I" gunday t iornwih a
in the most de u set charm anu hold yog. Ccu agud see.
See ihe glistens ~i( ou the grand New Use For Wheelbarrows.
mano, wlh'icb ntaurT has varnished as mr.... eollIa Nuttall. the archaeologist.
no .at'.... brub ever ouW; and tht* was waking swmne excavations In Mex-
cabbage pam with 'th.r "uydp 8 1F 0 i A hlcu. The Indians were removing the
showy fpa with see the th r k If g : earth some distance from the point of
howyvff hl"y with its exquisite berry; see i IV E excavation in the customary manner-
Jov~ehp Wigh its ex quite berry; ;aeeS l ea that Is, on a piece of coarse cloth tied
th chlrbing vines rupping riot in the Flms, Dry Plates, etwccn two poles, stretcher fanhlotn.
trees s te th ryptotgamouQs ri \vhich Films, Dry Plates, carritl by two Indians f'This method
gain a foothold op t\e d*'eat oaks and I Chemlcals, j seemed rather taborious to Mrs. Nut-
the stat~lJy 1alis, and surely you will tall. s sho orderedd several Iron wheel-
join 4n the chores 4nU say tlit th is a isCardMounts, 0 rt'tkrrvt sit,,trni th ity. over to the
world won c f(or beauty. ; i rt fed 'st itrued tbteia n ver to the
i A N E forenman after exiplalnlnr to him what

04ww M a t"9 e c w Mott e tI"Oes. 0
No one of Daytona's attractions, per- THE DEST ODAK FINISHING
hapi commands more nearly universal
attention and praise than do-s the aris- IN IL LT i
Uc cottage. The owpq rs these charm- *E
ing vitua hail froW every corner of the | In Twenty-four Hours :
country and they bring their own archi-a
textural plans and build upon thet.and \, W.\ '41 11 11i0,. i. i- t.
as the architecture of one *ctlon of the 0
country difftrs fromu the arc'hitetturv' of Professional Uoods at Jack-
amother so do our hones-differ in out- sonville Prices.
ward appearance and structural beauty
from one another. There are no Ionoto- a -
nous rOws of strikingly similar buildings
but the eye, as it sweep? by, is treated I
to a kaleidoscopic change which keeps 0 KODAK PLACE,
the mind wondering "What next'" Nit MkW to the
It is not only the exterior of many of
these homes that rivets attention; with- P Princ GTrp Hotel,
ra they are models of convenience, nnd i IANTUNA, F'LORIUA.
the finish and furuishin; give evidence 0
of the eleganpc and cultivation of those -
Who worked it ai\ out. 44djed it is th, .
interior arraagemyn% a!d the artistic
furn4shuilg an shding, more than theft t
extu i;t appearance that give a surpass-
ing charm to Dayl,na homes. Tlis fea-

they were for anid how to use them.
Next daiy when she visited the work
the li tl;iin.s had discarded their priml
live llrilhuelamu and were using the
tright niew wheeltbrrows. Am each
NirrT w wis tilled with earth It was
plcked upl by two Indians. one using
the handle a nnd the other the wheel.
and carried to the place where the
earth was to be deposited. All efforts
to get the Indians to use the wheel-
barrows prolprly failed. and they keptlt
on carrying them until the work was
Alphabet 9f tlk Playhwses.
"We. kt lx eiirntug tbtugs all' the
iut I1 stopped in front of a theater the
"other day to buy a ticket of a specu-
latr, and I asked him if he bad a g(o.d
ltngle near the front.
llIere's one In 0,' he said, 'thir-
teenth row, third seat from the aisle.'
"Now, you know, 1 don't carry the
relative oiltltons of the letters of the
alphabet iu mty uind all the time. I
have to work for a living and have
other things to think of. But It struck
ume that 0 tmust be farther down the
line than thirteen, and so I lust count-


Fine H
4 Reasoin


Opens on January Ist, 1909 3

es with Steam Heat, Electric Lights, Hot and Cold Water,
telephone; High Grade Appointments, For Rent, with or 3
without servants.

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Daytona, Florida i

Now Open for Season 19o8-9. g
L. M. WAITE, Owner and Manager. g
Enlarged since last season. Cuisine and Service Excellent. U
oad Piazzas on all Sides. Rooms Ensuite. Steam Heat. O
Every Modern Convenience. Sendt for Booklet. 3
ilur Addre"s.s: ATI.ANTI' H)Il'sA, Nairnkganiett Pl.r, Rhode Island. *
""800*6080 some~H~""''"~-

ry on t ho Electric Lihta ami
x River. Modern Improvements

chmidt's Hotel,
Io'rrn v rly iSc ti inil'm Villa.

HENIY SC11MIDT & SON, Proprietors, a
onie Tl'alle Delightful
able Rattr, Sunny Rooms
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E. D. LANGWORTHY, Proprietor,

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TIHE house is charmingly sittuatcd on Ridgewood Avenue, the high
est and most healthful poit in the town of Daytona. It is
very tastefully and c(,,nifnftalyv fu rnished and is modern in
very respect. The vegetables are from the Ridgewood garden,
and native fritits, \hiichli wrow iii abundance, are a feature of
the table.

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Hilyard & Holroyd, Proprietors,

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Entire *White Servi,.e. Northern Cooking.
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Facing The talifax. Halhi I'1 rtrrm Stores and Pustoffkr.
Modern hnpro%mcnt-. %% :itc th. lp. Northern Ch f. .. .
Terms $2.00 and upward. W weekly Rates on application. *

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urdi1Wm cmingin WOO efor&Wtbegepber tma& a hefalu
vmw m A attle furry qappeodt. momey'ww
dw bamogbwa"a litte bw
brtothe wmtkand ahm having mmsd weverybosdy kiBed the Vests
qaand k" ewdtaihs '&*d tng were wvrtb
Aug" A F ILof l pedhe ewCmR- 'MM cm
of an with km oact rtag and' C~TtDC .It wUrn nemm
pulled thmmoff the ba. Ithu iat atvat rici. ubm e heat umm
The Rowma7 -Alzbanv. Sw pm Nmth Q~ wmmfew' ~ "it

4 m ef the Scath Bridge draw pba
at S oefrKkx*tkLt mF3.i1n fwhe eSW SLXk W1 vii. r 34-k R

The Dwlaekwest down tlie rier liy
thi moraineith a hunin Pmtaims Trial Progressing.
an board- Tmin the party were.
7%ornMc~urray and Maurice R ~A'
Paxher. SiAeve. Thccias and Charleoj- FLSI L L. [ 0- -,t c-f

Atoamwy Bra gimCity.
ftaff Bmafa~in the brfa t young
st~bdw aft &e (run ma, Court of Record
for Dad oou=rtT togtr~er w-,= howile.
bare be'-t Ca'-rga tv diays'vimat
wit~h Mr aand -. ilIIm. a~n~S
Ridgwomd..AttorzweT m~naLean
rugthwimulase&=eaaro'i acd b&4- eui-yed
Io on-e-4fulhk~rt' t~lVa.&uts. He
aabd Km Ks. r :--n r-t urm-.c m&.s-

B6@bop Kenn. .of :Sk-Amus-zt h-
reeied mdi wtv !m Roa- cue :* t thae
Uct that the HvJ'rFatb.-r has-dwfmpened
frt'L the law ol at~tiem'- ', r zeia Fr,
dayr. the lca- e t- the(ii.u
tu ALV : as-A~E:ro~~. ~
world vii eL v' :e.i-. a -,a:
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flamntriA.. ;as fo: tznt 1,bu
L(g that Capt H*.w fa.muly onazwIered
him iwftwmaeIt -4 --prtied t thatMrs.
Has nouaer c4 the prisiocer *xAiApsd
in er boieand w:- ct 'tbe
abie t.:take tteamaz.r.

room5.s, tguat,&dat S 1; Lea&-c. nr.ear
&&tookm&k ec ib h-.:cw bra.-li ,.
and col I Lard and so~t wawr If ur-
nished. Gara..e anfd w r r=t's uar
ter'& Reatal. 2uu' for ff5oQfl In-
quire of T LE, el.---r azy

Daftger inYarberough tFamily.
aA daug.e-W W b- ..r. -,-M-.ad mrs.
El B w6m-g s% si-

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All copy for change of ad~ er-
tismenwts in the DIaily %c-aws must
be~ sent in not Later than 3.W

Telrific Explosion at May berr-%. o~cbo%-. the day preceeding %%hich

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New Year's Day,
&M P. I.
New Tmes ~aftf ba

"The Cross Roads,"

"Babies Will Play."


New Bms ls Mdmy. Wednesday
and Friday.
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Thve place tospeicd a plearnnt boar
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Not a Tent Show.

Remember the date
January 12.

"u.0th Grape Fruit and
.nbruf rTangerines.......
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Feature program of New MAW
Up-to-date Pictures.

"Fatberhoo and Druakceneu

'*pirrot's Revenge."

The Touaregs in Their Custry.
Artistic Rag Pickers.
Matinee Saturday, 4:30 p. -.

Show Ever Night.
Admission 10 cents.
Dours open at 700 p- n.

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Mottoes. Christmas F.kIct?
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d i *. a swiped squirrel
a vara t UA burrows, a
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%b sb is ae Florida institution. I
10 ft hoker-, emd quite a good I
-- wliUa "t ls that hold themselves '
Sp-d 4Wi l m1 rW titan the Cracker,
tdkmm -l Upphw mbd thamk it the
g-w C- hi thnN ed line ever
---f. iif t mI t tto a sawet po-
at part it il graae Or the wild
,om that abuad fin the localities

The buoa of i ttia gpher invaria-
Ml aredl by i's P atpuat with a family
f n f lizara The goph< r
*aiy iHil in tLis deadly asocia-
,i., it im hif B mild and harndem as
a dove.
It Imd to be a oamewhat common
tha to ame a motive Foridian with a
per am*ck aer.w his shoulder, and of-
am he alUd forth with a gophe, pole
= w" geoper ark. The gopher i
-ina y brrows a straight hole, so a;
t- r withM a lkg pole with a sort of I
hL rd.' aagea on the end could ea.-ily
Ig- the amb ..i to the surface.
Mjale *h a aseting on the highway j
U"d W e amotlver and pr<-.
f f e mS a do Alphonse and Gas-
ima; m the ieatrary, they at once be-
thb d1 > t aa oving, anrd usually
i & till ame or the other is over-

plMd, the the victor grazes around
..L- .i.. d leaves the other on his
maek to die
Fath O'Boyle telkof a desperate en-
Uatr between a gopher and a big rat
k1 had pvm pted the gopher den
dring O.e of the gopher's herborizinig
*h laa His ratabip stead at the sut,
S--f etiaaes and when the gopher
e to eater he made a Ithreate,.-
* a @rinirati(. The gopher's head
Sshsd for the hell. The rat maintain-
ed a acing attUitude, but whest Mr.
GoQier saan to dart a sharp head with
ir la eye toward the rat the latter
SI hbrk. AAother rodent demonstra-
tin and the c her behad ducked. Then

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larch 22--23--24--25. Distance One to One Hundred and

Twenty Miles.--.Purses $250 to $2,000.


at f t hipat Recalk
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Pt v Aarm. Date: M

IMf-:A I=SI a 1Tfl.
It at The 1909 a
Dayt >na Beac
,a ta kig of the 8isday morning fire aupon. the pali
i ter m' t that o the night that made, and the
Patrolman Tlakham found a blaehi o an the Sout
the rnrof the Fletcher curio store O n
Dfleh atseet, two upiiou looking W.J. Mortga
an were e in the viinaity by the mother, s to h
iCght clef at the Deapland boteL the big event.
The mpqlamad is the nearest hotel to the Florida E
de plwe. and altuated so that one side oci accee
fes the rt of the Beach street stores sto, which w
at this point. take it upon thi
On the night of the fire, which many he (Morgan) w<
thigh might have been of incendiary meet and be rea
origin, the clerk saw two men run west It is with this
cn Mauiolia. and stop on the corer of event is now an
Palmetto, right by the hotej They The Automot
then parted, one running mouth fd the at the club hou
other north. Because of the darkni- ham, of New Y
he was unable to tell whether they wer tative of W. J.
white or colored. Theee men were seen d all the imP
only a few minutes before the fire was po.ed meet we
discovered. left with the cc
havytona's utter helplessness in at-
tet-ipting to arrest the spread of the upon.
A commit tt'
flanles i the Sunday morning fire has A o
the Florida Eas
put people to thinking and talking aad t o a
the awakened interest is a helpful indi- tion hd p
I .territory and
cation A proposition which was turned territory and
$500 was subsci
down onre before is being discusmad and F.E. C. A.
may be brought formally to the city
den tiy expected
council for acti,wn. It is merely a safe- y e e e
guard, intended to give all t pot bridge ompari
immediate warning of impending d bl con-mpai
ger. During the tim. of the Suaday ly contribute
morning fire there were people within
two4blocks of the fire who slept soundly Th1' lotidl a8
tVirough it all and learned of it only at held somei time
the breakfast table. mittee vested m
It is suggested that a large whistle be and raise fund(
used in connection with the proposed tion in their juc
city waterworks plait for fire alarm pur- looking toward
poses after the salme plan a that sub- It was the pr
emitted to the City Council last Febru- committee that
avy by E. L. Gunn for the Shanta Elec- last night to ho
tric ILight Plant. The proposition then recognition of 1
made was to install a large whistle at services they w
thle electric plant with half a dozen sa- invested with p
ti,its in different parts of the city front plete the arrange
which alarms could Ie turned in, the consists of Ed'
tsyst.cn to be an electrical one, and dee- H. eters Dr.
ignating the section of the city in which Rose, Col. C. M.
tile fire. as located. The city was asked Floster.
to furnish the necessary copper wire With tile ra
and th< staotns. while the plant was to completion of a
furnish the whistle and labor requirend tlhe responzsibilil
in putting in the system and keeping it meet is thrown
in order. It was proposed in this c~ae Morgan, the ok
to use the electric light poles for the in such work, a
alarm wires will be the tl.
It is well for the public to consider saying
all such suggestions, and make known Most autonot
to the council l their wishes. There is no racing crew ant
doubt that the consensus of opinion of keyed up to a
Uh' tb.e-t judgment of thoughtful, con- when a good et
sr\ active citizens would carry great This feature wil
t .t ... ..* ls .... I... I l. \

ere fully gone over and'
committee to be decided

previously appointed by
t Coast Automobile Asso-
irtly canvassed the local
raised $2,500. Another
ribed last night by the
A., and it is confi-
in view of the enormous
csees will make for the
is that they will willing-
1500 to the fund, which
t. 500 to be raised.
socittion at a meeting
since alppo nted a com-
'ith powvr to go ahead
s and tak# whatever ac-
dgment seemed necessary
the proposed race meet
cliniiuary work of this
led up to, th decision

from former races worth mentioning. winner; 100 miles.
There is no more such thing as "Or- miles an hour.
mond-Daytona" races, Ormond heading 3 Two-mile-a-u
with the big "O." It is simply DAY- $500 cash to winner
TONA beach. Everybody who ever miles an honr.
came to the races knew where the beach 4. One mile, be
was, but so long as the East Coast Hotel Thomas Dewar Tn
and other interests wenr willing to "put and $500 cash to w
up" for the distinction of a name in the 5. Ladies' Race,
big event they were permitted to share Bridge beach and b
in the glory. Now that they have finish at Club Hous
tightened their purse strings the toe 6. International
heavy head of the hyphenated name is ternational Rules.
dropped into "innocuous desuetude." One mile-must be
Everybody interested in a greater and 7. International
more popular Daytona should at once l ernational Rules.
take up the race question and help to Five miles--must
talk it. International
Annual automobile racing on the beach i ternational Rules.
means a great deal for Daytona in a Ten miles-must

Must average 120

minute Speed Crown;
r. Must average 120

est two in three, Sir
ophy given outright,
around Port Orange
ack road to Ormond,
e, Daytona; Trophy.
Championship, In-
Best two in three.
Championship, In-
Best two in three.
be six starters.
Championship, In-
Best two in three.
be six starters.




Feared Americans Shared The Boni de Castaway
Common Fate-Greatest Dis- Suit For Custo
aster In '00 Years. Childre



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1 By l'nltl 'r.---,.. B H.v nltted Pr'ss.
ROME, Dec. 30-While there is no PARIS, ec. -30-Count Boni de
way of yet arriving at any more than Ca.tellaine's suit against his former
an approximate estimate of the dead in wife, Princess De Sagan, for the custody
Sicily, it is evident that the disaster is of the three children was decided today
the greatest in the world's history since adversely to the plaintiff. The Princes
a little more than two hundreds years retains the custody of the three boys
ago when the sea and earth crus.shl d out but the court while granting hercustody
the lives of two hudtlred thousand little of the children reserved the right to re-
brown men of Jeddo-rnow Tokio. move at, any time the children from her
Publishers, after colpring \jr i,,us .'a c're if she should be shown unworthy of
confusing reports cooinig in front th,. the responsibility.
afflicted regions, have settlt di m,\\n t ,
the belief that 75.000 were ;, ill Id thv IH[ FIRE FIEND
, ,,,1b a A n d t i f; l u -. I.. .

Thousands more are ,lo,,iiel to tiic
more horrible deaths in their, ihois that
engulfs many towns on thei Sir;it If

number of ways needless here to enu i 9. Southern Handicap, open only to Messina and the interior.
merate. If you will, whether a devotee residents of Southern States; five miles; No news has yet been irt'c.i\cl fruin
to the automobile or not, you can help prizes. any Americans in Messina :uad it %%ill bI,
to make these events permanent and a j 10. Vanderbilt Cup Competitors several days before any delinit,, infori-
success. Race, open to all competitors in Van- action concerning them can be obtained,
Another great drawing card tllhat ill derbilt Cup Race. Prize, Gold Cup, and but Americans icsidint here fui that
help to rivet the eyes of the world on i $500 in gold to winner; $250 to second; their countrymen met the colinmon fate.
Daytona beach during the big races will \ must be five entries. Fires are still raging in rnmny f tihe
be the proposed ereoplane flights. 11. One-mile Gold Medal Races; best ruined towns.
This will L3 a close competitor for two in three; open to L. I. Motor Park- Rigid enforcement of Iiartial law has
public interest and with such star per- way Sweepstake Stock Car class, brought a semblance of order out if tll.
formancas daily on the beach there is no utter chaos at Messirni, but in tile outi-
reason why Daytona should not play ing districts complete anarhv ; r, pv:ils.
the world's first fiddle March 22, 2, 2 W rk wa beun today o the Messages from the warship at Nles.,ita
an 25th. ;laingl wall along the kidgewood say that the rescuers art, utt'rlv .vwalip-
The following is tie proposed pro- frontage of the J. C. Coomb prop- ed and it will require. ,lay. to, I tet, :all
gram for Motor Car Races (in Davtona erty. The construction of this wall adequate relief syst.rin.
Beach, to tbe h~eld Marclh 22d,' 2. Iwas authorized at the last meeting p,,euronia and ,.i.,i,,,,L- ..a',. aI-
of:, tlie ('ity Council and when the ready broken out among tI" in>. vors.
25th and 26th. Thsc.e acts make a st- i ready broken out uliozi te 'ui iv\'rs.
ries from one mili to one hundred andti -ile\alk and necessary fill is corn- In many places food su ,l,li..- tiav\<
fifty. and with the exception of two pletedl it ill be a great im iprove- Ie n 0coumplhtelvy ,lestrr., il ani it 1 il t1e
races wll be for c prizes as well astio f Ridewood several days before tile rel. f co: -, i: i
races will be fIr ca-h prizes as well as .
trophies. 'The two races iientioned b.- 1 l\'enlie," reach sornm points.
ing a .adiies' race and a Southiern Hand- k is utterly iiAposib,. tn :,i, tiifv
ictap, both of which will be for amateur. ; Contributions Pouring in. ,fo reds of tlie d Conriutnn ThPrseveringi rliv in.; ,

Id the race mtei. ani 1. F,rida Swecpstak'es Stock
L committee, eicint I Price H andicapash, $500 and tU
ere reappointed and re- an
ocon-!to winner, $250 to ,c 1 ,,d; dist:anc'
owner to gilo oin anid Ioin- iles.
germients. The committed 2. .Minll apolis tro, iy., $500O c:
w White, chairman; VW.
E. I, Potter, 1E. I W.
1. Bingham. Muji'r A B. 0

iLing of funds and the
Sfew oth'r preliniinaries
ty for thi' sic'tss of thil
upon "'~enatrtor" \V J.
I war horse a:rd veteran That eating oil is a groi g :i
anie idea. It is olive, ,- l that i, t,(
nid t hat tihe March iit aing onie of the important foud- o.
St vy t ( nhIl 1 go. \\ ithuut uorld. Its value lie: in th fact tl
is all nutrient anti ltaives nTi, )h:i
wase products iin tl li f -.v ,ti
)i. anufactirrs havs a sphandle aslcial strand that i> iot
i this crnw *- alay'- j pure but has a d, lr i,,i- ilia .
high pitch ,f intere-t !*'35, 50 and 75c.

isi prize is hung up
1 be prominently played
.,. Irr,, a t. t lihc

WeIghll WIitll lt' (' it i ii s immc. up U a .mor'gAi aI c g.. --a
events htertwilti publi-htd .slho\.
There is toile notec, rthv darlur-I
Col!bmrnr, Minsti-els, not a Rabbi T is t n rty d rt
F(,)t lent shi. Iw l'ermeml)er the date.
.1.iI> I-' \Wiliirns Ipera House

.1, 150

ash to

f tdii
i:t il

HANKINS, The l)rugist.,
Where VoJusia Meets Beach.

[i ? l'. iitl i Pr,-.N S.l
NEW YORK, Dec'. 30--The Italian
Ot'aiaul (,eneral, the Italian Chamber of
(omnlt.rce and Italian Red Cross have
tal.en charge of the relief work for the
earthquake victims in Italy.
S.\v,-ral New ork newspapers have
started funds and contributions are
during in from all sources
Tammany H all today contributed
2.(HK0, an, L.ittle Italy's poorest resi-
dents ha:t\e contributed $25,000.

Notice of Dissolution.
Notice is hereby given that the
plartneirship existing between J. C.
Ihitler anil C. A. Kenney has been
,!issl\ved, aind the undersigned will
.,liriinlte the' Inusiness, and pay all
Sliis ;,i :a;i.nst the firm. Please pre-
-."iit :;ll ills bv the first of Januarv.
.1. C. B'TLEI, .
l).a\ ,na I'.'ach. 'liF.. l)ec. .4). *t


A ,iga .t.tand bha been installed i
i, the 1,ittie lhmoy barber shop.

B-lleskt varieties orange and grapw-
fruit trtwsn for sale by R. S. Maley.

noT Vn*n Aq It Stood Monday Evening]

The reserves are simply ,.,,ili ;,:;., li
burying the dead in great t (.n Ii-.
In Reggio the .-i:,a ti,w r ,', t-- hi, I-
tire city and m,t :t I ilii: i i tt .-; i .,
(q ueen l leh n stlnl -' ~\l .... ; i '' 1 ,,
grief on hearing .he il .i. .. : ': v
tragedy. Mcdieal i.--,i:i '.' .
:ary to revive lier.
Scores of alrll., .t:, .. :
owdcd rlarc u ld ili"e l\ ,-: t !,. i .
and threw tlene:.- ,,s .:! ii;v: i:i .: 'i
screaming horror ait t h, f t ,I t' .,


Diamonds Are Taken From The

Ashes and Fine China Re-

mains Unbroken.

Mr. and Mrs. Jackson, of Pittaburg,
who were thti tirst to discover the Sun-
day fire have been sieving the ashea in
the endeavor to recover Mrs. Jackluon's
lo:-t diamonds, which she valued beyond
rice. '[hey were rewarded yesterday
by finding several, and some of the rings
and other material in which the precious
stores were' set. The gold framework
was partly melted and bent out of all
f,rner rtsernblanrces to the original, but
it is guli, nevertheless, and the original
i tteri:.l, arid can be worked over.
It may be recalled that the diamond
is tilf- purest f *rim of carbon, and that,
chemically speaking, the diamond has a
f.iniily relation to the black diamond
cal), arid is rernotcly akin to crucible
,iatctia-l. while e fires are not recom-
:!!iwd].<1i to, imiprove the quality of the
Ia.Lii' l, it does not always impair
t:.crin it i :l 'r often comes in their
in rhip' edil dor broken.
S>,e( :;le crlina belonging to Mrs.
\\ ,kili, ran;:c through the fire seetm-
i unhuwIlrt, tlr (d.clicate hand.e-r even
i. ;:.. it t. 'I hy were found in the
-: ,.,,r,l:tvy ,and restored to their
' A li\ i ,

I'i II' s NMinstrtels, not a laibbit
I ,it i It -I I ivw. Ieriemneber the date,
S.l r. 1-' \Vilnians Opera House.

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automobile race meet for
h is definitely decided
minary arrangements are
greatest meet ever pulled
h is gradually crystalizing

a, the New York race pro-
ave complete control of
The local association,
st Coast Automobile As-
pted Mr. Morgan's propo-
as that if the club would
emselves to raise $4,000
would take charge of the
sponsible for its success.
understanding that the
bile Club held a meeting
se last night; F. D. Stid-
ork, a personal represen-
Morgan, being present,
eortant details of the pro-









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