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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: January 9, 1909
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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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Volume ID: VID00278
Source Institution: University of Florida
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DAYTONA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, JANUARY 9, 1909


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NEVILUE H. CLLARK Right Goods at
St M |,G X~iOPODIMST Right Prices, 1 U't
4 ARCHTE, BMIER MW Patr pw rl d ad tr TrP" t
CONTRACTOR. P1 Su awr s|
Iesiese and f0ce: Nortbest EDmati, S 5 Lt U Ye Jwelers. w
o 'mlr JI 221 volu. Z MAGNOLIA AVENUE Eym Te-m Fittd L. H. ROWE CO. GR
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IS NOT


THE MAN.

That It Is Another Man


AUTOMOBILE


SERVICE TO


PALM BEACH.

This Is Good News If So, But The


Daily News Doesn't (iuar-


^ti' A Carnival j The Lieutenant Is Huntintg
u m ro rsI. jI T W For.


9 iST [l NIlsei. MIT ILL'NOW S1AIB A6Al


antee Service.


ITITUSVILLE,



MEET US


S HALET AY.

\ First-rate Road Fromn DyteMa
To Oak Hill -Why Not On To
Brevard's Capitol?


0 VW tr tmis ORiawurfd LEMA\S. France, Jan. 9.-An in-
'OnbiMfa mu &ne a new era' vestiation here by a united Preis cor-
-Ltayof kId city, .hieh I repondent d islose the fact that Wil-
i nriI l r nW y 1a3dnumed with ; bur Wri&lit is not named as co-repond-
of O mic and clinmat-. ent in the divorce proceedings brought
sar d inwomparable' by Lieut. Conjard. Yesterday's report
-lKImv(l fam uwm t must he was lbmed on a statement of the Lieu-
imee to even the tenant.
lrf to jola haadh wih the No action iha been- brought where'
i-i.m t urie t in a union to Wright's name is mentioned, and the
i La ion -M d make absolute nlentitn of his name is looked upon as a i
ef b- erqumummiLy. Without joke.
*0i160dt d mtimmt UW" can be
-ri p"h for all. The little i ,t'tu Pr,-e.,
U Ahiba e oApkdid and uFeful I'AUI.S, Jan. 9.-Wnile confirming
t dL RaftFlrI Cm nla lMst t(a.t the nrImrt of the mention of Wilbur
Ate FkMa, E ld o .. \s right in connection with the divorce!
E-ofl. sittouldso t1 at troubuis of Lieutenant Conjard, the
Iblwid it, "zy so tht., family of Conjard today indirectly deny
Ian tiem th. tilid a)> nd toa that tlere is ground for naming the
a he timid n Anilrican in connection with the scan-
dgm ill offer thetnwl v4-- :r a.
uiI* spif turet tu tne- t!of. l lth y -awrt that \\light will probably
"k m potlip spirit. Vull tgethl~er, L:,e called ais a witness.
Sm i a"d ahtve all things, (GIVE. Wright regards the affair ia a joke,
im I l eflmlent, and most coian :d :attributes the mention of his name
I I hMi bet mlomy give. us the rac-, i. connction aitlh the case to the fact
W Uma r an m during monument to at thii rel participant in the case fre-
I d emaltrpiu and pgr iveness.al participant i the c fre-
t a tgriI jt r'eive "Senat" queid the s Famrle hotel.
S. Crn jus trelived, "Scnato. 'Wright thinks Lieut. Conjard, who
I W. J. aqpmu &) well known ,by the stands by th te original story, will l e ecoL-
-imb iaqum of "Motoring Morgan." ir.- vin't'd ,f his error before making his
Ir- hk i s mmtoti^v. F. D. Stidhant, fiuial mov', in the divorce proceedings.
owes ben in the interest of the races __
Shu, ltwippm-al*d anct iqn of booth
the htio alMolor Car Arsociation. tie' (letting Close to the Czar.
Autsooble A.mociatin of Aniericii anid Io 'lltd 'r,.-.
tHAuAMU le Club ,f Animerica, which sl'. I'I:TERSBI'RG, Jan. 9 A second
wpmtLa international nmolor contests evpl,,simon oecurn-d lose to thie Czar's,
tl Mbec b a given, and sttalmps thle paiacet today. according to the state-
taemma rac with the s.fml of m.lirnval, Itcutsi of the police. Details of the' at-
i- a nmr the aMmisanme of .11i thie auto- t,.plt to wreck the palace and kill the i
Smakile /minfactureu of this country. c rar e not given out. No onte was ii>-
< To m t Mr. Morgn i n the l.nitini j,r.d.
d emaddot of this sp. 'ed carnival some --
S1 f te UmtA noted an exlc'(rie';(cel 111- Cotton Increase.
S rnreiacg experts lha\vet otiered tl, it
Srie. Te official staL 'r will I' i t'
S.Pmd Waner of Vanderbilt cup and S.- \V ASHI IN(; I'N, Jan. 9 The Cenl.u-
wammab grand prize fair'. whosts. Ir.- IBureau announced todh a that 12.470.-
qq em the beach gives positil\-e assur- I'2 iud,'s ,,f cotton had been ginned
amefth1t the races will le conductedl iron r thlr growth of 1908, t:s compared l
wifth KacteS and dispatch Am,, ith l..*. bales In 1.9)07. The
I .. ,1 ,,T 1~,i of e innerie' is reported a-


J, 4ML.A.uUd till I emmt41111hie I q -


- 3.IUC FIRST PART SETTING '.


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;'i i A COBURN'S MINSTRELS


The Vote As It Stol --Thursda-Evening.

The Vote As It Stood Thursda) Evening. ;


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-Macauley in New York Worfl.


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.1 fLOR A PAGE IN [S "JO" COBURN BOOSTS

PITTSBURG 6AZIETTETIMES. JDAYOA AND S
FIRST M. E U(1 lt 'il.It
Services at the First M I;. ('huii n l I -
>ma Occupies Seats In The morrow "mill ,te h Ild a- :illo\' l Snine i.y In His Swing Around The
)st Coveted Corner In Box School, 9 .. Jutg,. litch, .-u.. 1,.t \nd Keeps Matchless
dent; prtachinm it iI l0i a. Iin., byv R't(\'
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Car Letters.
Time Pmtt-l l i g *8/utt' ii (8" lf I c-
C'Ier Inber 31, has a full 1 I rida p;lge of
atldvrti:iiii. pi m rlpally htcland, it
there is tiht, & credit i :Ad-. an tagle if)
heinig put &L t lic t ej I tWf the 't I lui i II
D)AVt oil (A0 11It eel '%thitl h til Ii l iii's IIA I
She mrid Ienr su-burbsui "~' los- !,ve o'f the
soleuve ec 'Oimrru-i :,,t 'll cu; pl y :t
woer:,-pace thanr ut. y iipth I Iuriult
te'.',ii anid is Sluik'%%1i up itIII e~ t I '
Pittu'bui t ''I ''i t 'V c I IIA -oIed
hut'e t't' i cont.lpicu",leUOI it lhluiiiiI' anid
in e ittenirlg ii i n Du.t'iat uinIh thit' c'l'
lIt'3''toiiit Statt'iu, has taluepte h cf .
deliebly' upc -ii t h. I ) I ',1:, tL i
SuchI alid vertiIg yeiil"IH t' l t
tim lt '~n' V II%1%'All UnA dte'111 tti I- l t1V, i tkk'
nmew. ceeimers te''iptcd this \%:t\- .b\ it
judit cioJ ur t'(If Iiine kine.. T;.t au-un
up to the hnigle '-taintjI:t tId ctitizvlrihite
Oif those lte rear t 'cua tit' DuDi .y


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10T0 MUCH R[D TAP[


COSTS ITALIAN LI [S.


W.1'. 31ernil, 1) I1) 1 J'J'N ''t'tlI


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I h''.it jeat ru .Lig r,'


The Jacksonville Mtropd,,]i. i- -iii' -
ity for the statement t th the :,; .L- .Li
East Coast Hotel C'onipany is :,I it ; :,
inaugurate an autombile sir\xi .'. I'--
twe"n Ormond. Davytona :trT P'.i:;i
Beach, and while the Daily Ntv it., -
the enterprise success it h!inrll tI ii',-
such a sclierme m pr:t'-ticln,!( lii i r t!.,
present couditio of c,'rtaiii -tr, 't. -. t
roads between lhere.., tl, ,i.t r
city o, I.ake \Vrth.
This is what thie M, troip i-;y:
A reitular lineof Hl;.'i.,:.. -4 :\,i.
betwevr Ormiond, l), vr;.t r I' ,
BeK ach is about tt) 114 : 1 : V. i; i v
tlie lurida l'lit (',,'r:t. .E .4' 1
for the bt.nctit of tlhe g,:,: '! !.,
tels of those re -orits Ti.' '
be furnished by there I'- ,.r. r
A. I.. Co. vars, which ., rt *,; ,,
then, a few davs aKo, yIv A': '
L.ocotiOtiv C'omiiprlip .
"The cars were selt'ctiti :;tf r i M -
petitive investigating ,nf ar:i .- .
It is said that ,ore c.i-i .:Tr:,; :: ,f -
portance w ias the tii,'ti'ir't;v. :' ;11 .f
a direct drive en both tl,<_ ii:,:i :! i
fourth speeds in tit A .. '
wiItch will ri:d> eh th, ;!' .!,,;- ;
:aridiy ro.dl t- l-ip f :: ? -
- l d int ,t li e n xt ., : '.. : L .i: -'' :1
h-- ln it lir tt 'iri ar h

Still L.ooking for Carmicha+l.


Ii" 1 III

Ce Carni ht A 2 ~ it! .
I I.i L ('nii'nae I t v, c!

, riji ii gr ln 'e i. h, '.\I ei!' ; -

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.1 ba~til ciin tlere ,i !te


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tafcriicntu' in the D I)a;1l \L .'. u
tx- sent in not later hih e
o'clock the da% prett.'ethii i
the ad. is to appear.


i;,s 1 ;ro,.js:rti. chauffeur for E. H.
lltc!hkis.i drove Mr. HotchkW ad a
frin l ,hown beyond Oak Hill, t iA
rilt'.s list.ant, and returned before A"
o,'cI, k. leaving after two o'clock. Tiy
ftit-l the road soft in many pl S"d
hadl t,o low up for .uch spot. Thbiwwa
pr,.tty zood time for a sixty mile rn
o\. 'r these roads.
Ir '. only about twenty-two mile
f:, ,ini :tk tlill to Titusville and a build-
:, nI.:itt.ii.i is abundant and choap
'! \.r: tilht way it seems asif Brevard
'::i-'tr r.euch out a friendly hand and
.r:i-!i \V',luzoia. who, haa already about
r-h,!:,.Il tht li,;t in road extension

I ,r, i- .ne, f I)vytona's touring ars
:; .,i. ; ;a grrater distance than from
I:tvtina to Titi.sville in considerably
I. -s !i:hn there hliur-, since a 2t-minate
':p" u%:is ::iade at the Oak Hill end. and
if !;, Ip~ wrn icmpleted to the Brrvard
S*;i;t:;l nziirv Iy Dytonians would enjoy
:;*' ,iWi .',,.i.i to Titusville, and they
w 'il: i ~~'te the t nri -; ,''l andi spirit.
l",:i ; :-:.ii ,h:tv'e lots 4 f ndstup
' iv I.\;', wulhl like to euxh e
\. '- \1", tiltInl., but '0 IoOg rtSyL
-~'', ,nl tit.i .->'iv,-t with b rrleim in-
- ;r!:::uiiir l,; :I. w:AS the ChfnsPe WaB
; .... !ttii'- *iio, such exchange nf


S '., v .!II, st' ti;tt br#4Fl
: :, -,.-' p- rill r, ,und Dl aytoni-
"':. : ,.' vrii ;e I'iusville for din-
' ., i' ',- rring,, (f green actr,*y
i:, I' i .-.'" 'I. i boiit the delightful
":. :. ;_; : 1: i r n, r in the gloaming.


TH[ PITCHFORK AND


THE BIG STICK


I \,ttim lo \ l lt:nlin en The Senate
;indl \ hite House tmosphere


4 )n Nionda v.


- :' .' e c. \ .J,',. '3 S. nat,'r
, .. clav pr' (.;ir4r1g" r-! iei t to ,
C .'ter tel S-, iter Hale. The'
S !. V fIC' re cri z i f a hfp'e tie
C S,'.a'A Itl- expected
I' *,', .! .'4 Senator will at-
: '' .' l,' 'cttterly
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,iIAR[N MAHKES1S DAY RUN

JACKiSONVILLE TO DAYTOIA.


Dvspb High School


I i'im N lalcdk without .Mi-halp I heug.1ih IVA'~"' I


PUT ON BY HOTEL COMPAIV. BE SOCIABLE AND REACI UT.


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McCaU's Patrtmog

'Y9UIOtY BlO~CK.


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BAWMSE
THE NOVELTY MAN
a*mo b U~ nmb8MV DPM r..


LADY
ON. SiecK @1a~ IY'5L~il

-i 50 cent. is OW40 FAT. ALSO TOMBMod a VotI
me Ao"]tor -om.r "Sim -dy ini" Alli -'
Tb I Ina ONIEHRALr THE p t &M b" abe as do O
PSWIL W boidw~ htan toek-MAM7
(bn In eS WaWke hrote at WEm At nde a sd tS wiw ib


CUE43 STIUIM MSTUL Lceased dealer in oth citY M IflA
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FANCY


A am lime just in of Fancy VeAs f r men.
The styl arw ew ad right from Sew York



ANTHONY


VESTS.


S1.50 T $3



BROS.


Who are tever msaisfed unlem yCrj are.


IN. ELLA DEVOY I COMPANY,


Ladies' Hatters,


No. 6 SOLTH BEACH STREET.


Latest Styles, Artistic Workmanship,


H113 CLASS GOODS. LOW PRICES.


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January Sale of


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Clothing and Shoes


--- NOW N0% AT


THE


BEACH STREET.


GLOBE


DAYTONA. FLA.


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Attwwry E. F.OaMNe w =a ed to
De Land yesterday oa lepl ter
SMrs Ezra B nd ad K, E. L
I Bond, returned Thuliday night
,i from Kirtland. Ohio,
F Giles Blhve arwied Friday even-
ing from Chattanoogp, Tenn., where
he is engaged in the contracing
butinee'.
SJoudge J. Lee deCr ry of ieljand
was ia the city last night. leaving
on the first southbound train for
' New Smyrna for the night.
S*Dr. A. T. Bigelow has opened a
dpotal office in Knowlton block,
S_-ean Foulevard. Seabreeze. 33 4
I, T. Fitzgerald ret last
evening fr'-,m Tallahasee.we he
acco.paned his niece, Flor-
ence C'Gk. who is taking speciall
course in the Florid-a Female ccl-
leg.
i ,; % r R'f.l- F -R CaRTFj-t-Fouir-
cylindetr StJrven-Durvea, hour or
trip. raI Morgan Hiouse, phone II.
ste;o, A Fyre.. Jr., who has been
vi-ting h,is parents at their home.
on .-tiAth Palmetto avenue, left Fri-
day afternoon fi-r his home. in .Jer-
sey Civy. where he conducts a large
real estate business.


F *k E r-ILarge house. 11
r-crmQ. aituate-i at Silver Beach. near
aut rnI Lilr club house; bath. hot
a:. r.- i hard and @)ft water: fur-
n.-,. ti I;arage and servant's :uar
ti-r,,. R^-n'l. 5.i>, for season. In-
:u, -e r T E. Firzgerali. or any
:ig'-nt. tf


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NEW SEASIDE INN
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Everything Modern.
Homelike and C4mf,,rtable.
I)irActhy on Atlantic Beach.
Surf Kathing and Fi,hinz.
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HORACE STEWART



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THE WHITE~ HOUSE COTTAGES
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T'A'r TiNA BEACH. Jan. 9.-Th.-
A\ ls' B~r:i~. ~.~rew Chapltar I), A. R?
~r -: r~g .,- :rcr~t~lv r.- :.k~r, at U..-
a -~.. We":r5.-'-..1ir af-faxr.
*Tr.cr.? WFii & q4fljr att~r;~darcp~ a.'~~
UC-ru' -:\'Orr' u-re ~ A!Ator tL,.-
rs- '2'. .r ,; rf hf sir'. the prvnram
ror.4r..: i a :a; &rl 'JO Rh. 4 I-1&ntl. h~v
'a!,.-- *-. I'' Rape? wasrire a.~n..--

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BUSINESS AND
PROFESSIONAL
ADVERTISEMENTS



* S
F. W. POPE
* Attorney and Counsellor at
* 0
~L~aw.
P-a- c- in rar- apd ~*
O FFICE OVER PO5-TEWfFICE.
U4

T. E. Vlrzz4ra.d i '
FITZGERALD & OATES
Attorneys and Counsellors at La.'
SpeciiI Farilitie- f,-. Elar r v
Perfecting L&nci T;
Office in Conrad Bui:dilng. 1".,

G4. A.KLOCK. M. D..
* PI1VSCiA% AND'SLI (iEIW U
* 4.,,auint.-~f wil K..". Fcrgsun s i )
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l's- E.u '2%e'.-- -
l~~. H 'air-.:'' >. 1.' iI


E. L. STEWART
Physician and
S u rgeo n.

FourtIt Lk)r k c i-,t P,,, ttic


: ROY' HOVE. M D
* Physician and Surgeon
P ., : -
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SEABREEZE SAN1iTARIUM,
OWZE-A EWscl L E %~:
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The Chines Hes.
Tue Chie t farmer stands eeem t So
sone i -1.11 the warlui T Th Is all the
nvare rma&-ai.e 'inte he has really u
r'er i:Lp~emenrs n wfth whi. to work
the rjiarrels he pmriuee. HLi ontly im-
pzerienn_ are the hoe. the plew and the
harrv'w. Beyond these the Chines
tarrer never dreams o( desiring any
O!r~F. The first 4 these tools seems
3eV-7 t'a out of his hban&. for it Is
rhoo nr.e upon wh.cbc be relies the b t
and. L- his most efectie implement It
rea. F. !es tho p i'nee of the Vsde In
2.za.x i'hi:ti l the 'arter L4 nter put
!.1 -:,n x ,v:as-ivi arx d gen.ral m as
th!~.. t. Th. 4'hinaman 'vin do' any-
tli.~ "h'~ i' ut rrake it s'peaL A
a--. an 12 years csn enaily he
r-r z! .- it a number of work-
Sr : Tir- Lis han-is hare
2 lLr 'x 'd:ng the b.o fl n the
-: i- ,fl t !n b eids. With
**. ..- :;.t --*r man anti ha s no oxen
Z. z-- -111. he turls up the
S4. inx r., aant his
:_4! :it i he defti'y anal with
a t~-~t' wrt'-t iera.s -',it the sur-
f" titt .t Inlaae rpsdr rfWr the
E W a 'rrnad biaeledl h*- he dlp-s
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F. N. CONRAD, Chier.
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j Photographic
10 SPECIAL PRICES ON ;
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Anateur a Specillty.

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Ormond or Ormond Beach,
EITHER IS A DEUOM"TFUL PLACE IN
WHlC" TO OWN OR RENT A HOME.

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MACON THORNTON
REAL ESTATE

ORMOND and ORMOND BEACH




;NO MATTER WHAT YOU THINK j

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Land is one (If our specialties.


NaDM i C n IVTMIAI


The Modern

Seven Wonders


SOn of Daytoua crowning glories is
I er immoapzable beach. No one who
ever set foot up ito smooth, packed
s and; no me wbo ever pedaled a bi-
cycle over its expanse; no one who ever
; drove a prancing pair of hores and list-
Seed to the popping of their steel shoes
,upon its asphaltum-like face; no one
who ever steered a high-power automo-
bile down the broad stretch of wave-
washed and surf packed sand but real-
ised that it is a world-beuter, a world-
wooder. Go stand upon this wide
speedway and see the happy souls flt
'by in joyous mood, and answer whether
this is not one of the seven modern
wonders.


The PlcM. Pelucid taMilx River.
Where think you is water with more
picturesque surroundings? Nearly a
mile wide, fringed with tropical vegeta
tion, artistic cottages with roomy ve-
randa's looking out upon her bosom.
gamey food fishes in countless numbers
beckoning, as it were, to those with rod
and reel; her bosom flecked with (luck
and coot and snowy-winged sea birds,
which sit about as if for the sport of
bobbing upon her waves; watch that
lubberly old white headed pt lican pusB:h
a fat mullet, and that fish hawk Ftig-
gling upward with his floundering load
he snatched from the water.
See the beautiful launches, spick and
span, their hampers and lockers bulging
with refreshments both solid an liquid
ready for a cruise, upon her beautiful
surface Take out your field glass and
sweep the river from Ormond bridge to
,Ponce Park light house, then say
whether the Halifax isn't a thing of
beauty and a joy forever, and one of
the modern wonders.
The eacbmitingly Picturesque kidgewood.
Ridgewood avenue' is upon the crest of
a broad ridge, straight as the crow tliq,
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 moss
w.aLasV t e lie trUAl wind fmri tr,. riF p fl


I pa reports qaoe and better, Daytona
throws down the gauntlet t6 the world.
Sq -ushM awrs, Phd. @ Froks.
Whatever one's shortcomings and
however indifferent or eve callous one
may be to many things, the mere men-
tion of "squirrels and flowers, birds and
fruits" will send 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
Goldsmith's couplet where
Smiling spring its earliest visit paid
And summer's lingering blossoms are
delayed.


In one yard roses of variagated iiues
predominate, another household hai\e
a penchant for the poinsettia and
the premiw-ses are aflame; another is hlid-
den in a jungle of tal Vcane. Variety is
the spice of life and here is where you
find it.
The birds flit ih,and with their joyous
notes help to give fullness and symme-
try to the picture.
As for fruits, choice citrus fruits, Day-
tons 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 Fastest Autos And 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 thle ,ig
show is as free us the pure artesian
water from the thousand flowing wells.


HOTEL PALM BEACH 1
Surrounded by warm waters o the Gulf
Stream. Proteata guets from ALL6 old
weather. It bomelike Informallty and U
moderate rates atrletvl to those mak- 9
lang a long tay. For booklet and rates
address MANAAOIR Palm Beach. :

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HOTEL ARRIVALS



Despland Hotel.
The arrivals at the Despland yester-
day were: M. J. Curley, DeLand; J. :
Mahoney. New York; J.H. Cerold, Ver-
sailles. Ky.; A. Kunkle, J. F. Limmen, :
New York; C. M. Thurlow, Brookline,'


Schmidt's Hotel.
Arrivals at Schmidt's Hotel yesterday
were: Bert Fish, DeLand; C. Christian- 0
cy, Allendale; G. P. Shepherd, Winter
Park; Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Ulhaber. Buff-
alo; It. W. Schlosburg, Tampa; Mrs. f.
B. l1irn, New York; L. D. Jones, Jas.
J. Robinson, Jacksonville; John L. Mur- ,
phy, New York. 0


Piano Instruction.


THE CLARENDON


XAlIRKIZK. FLORIDA.

Opens on January Ist, 1909


Cottages with Steam Heat, Electric Iights, Hot and Cold Water, 5


without servants.


HOTEL DESPLAND...... imm.... ........I

HOTEL DESPLAND I


Daytona, Florida


Now Open for Season 190o8-9.
L. M. WAITE, Owner and Manager.


Greatly Enlarged since last season. Cuisine and Service Excellent.
Broad Piazzas on all Sides. lbooms Ensuite. Steam Heat.
Every Modern Con(venience. Send' for Booklet.

Munliiia, r Aulara,.,: .\lr ..\ .NT i' I'l I E K Narr:egan..-tt Pl'r, Rhode lMand.


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*Miss 1ughes, a pupil of Signor Gorno, 'H ,a" f ,, ii vIe r n Ir.r LW niu a3t
of the Cincinnati College of Music. andern Improements
this season pianist at The Ridgewood,
%%ill receive pupils. Special attention 49
given to tone work and study of the o te l,
p dal. ___ 4

NOTED WOMAN LECTURER
rNRlY SCHMIDT & SON, Proprietors,
TO SPEAK AT ARMORY. DA'TONA, FLORIDA.
I tIt IFine Ho,rne T'ale Irel ichtfuil
.eas. iblle Rates Sunny Konjm
Rev. Caroline Bartlett Crane, The A


It is a continuous s1ow wit c onstantIt ly
shifting scene. Noted Civic Improvement
Everything goes, from a 2-horse we,\vcr
up to a 200-hortepower, and till degrees Worker, Coming.
of speed from a canter to a two-mnile-u- Tle ev ('Caroline Bartlett Cranet will
minute clip. You will Iprt:bably catch ( d-li\ era free stereopticon lecture on'Civ-
the spirit and when you d,, thie roads it Iiimprov'viiient,' at tlhe Armory Thlurs-
and the beach are yours i'The ilri Iia day e\ven hig, January 14th, at 1; o'chlck.
sunshine is free, the balimy ocvi:m Mrs. C('rane coni's to Daytona under the
breezes are free, the biruti and sa luirr, 'l- aiijpics o(if thie "C(ivic l)epart ient" of


.:Yanif t!........UU5 ir"...... *1 ....., anrd flowers are frce, thie >paiklini
fan them. Looking straight ahead down fountain water is free' an ,o %. illa
this white shell stre,.t onar has tit'i il-
this hit shell street on has th to go down i your wallet only for coin
pression of a fairy path with elfitlh dra- fr the auto and Ied ai board.
series, but as you move' along and cast is is no fanciful p it ll
an eyc first to tlhe right and then to tht here. It is draiii ot her t. 1ha ii
left you see distinguished cottage hi ,1'e. a .g the tr it ill
in the most delightful settings. charm a hold you Come nd .
See the glistening leaf of the grand
magnolia which nature has varnithed as
no artist's brush ever could; and thle
cabbage palnais with their burdens of
showy fruit aind swaying palms; seC the t
lovely holly with its exquisite Ierry; see ce K A K S
th climbing ,ines running riot in the Films, )ryPlates,
trees see tlie cryptogainons forms wlich
gain a foothold tn tlhe great oaks and a Chemicals,
the stately palmns, and surely you will
join in the chorus and ay that this is a Card Mounts,
world wonder for beauty.
Murplssing Bkeut) ot Our Cottage Homes.
No one of Daytona's attractions, per- i THE BEST KODAK [INISHINI
hapm commands more nearly universal
attention and praise than does the artis- IN THE CITY
tic cottage. The owners of these charnm-
ing villaa hail from every corner of the a In Twenty=four Hours
country and they bring their own archi-
tectural plans and build upon thenm,and ., 111..1
as the architecture of one section of the
country differs from the architecture of Professional ( d at
another so do our homes differ in out- sonville Prices.
ward appearance and structural beauty
from one another. There' are no, nonoto-
nous rows of strikingly simi lar buildings L| se* a
hut the eve, as it seeps byi, is treated
to a kaleidoscopic change which keels KODAK PLACE.
the mind wondering ''What next?" Next tkr to the
It is not only the exterior of mniany f Prince George Hotel.
these homes that rivets attention; with- 0
In they are rntodels of convenience, and U I)AYTONA. 'FLORII)A.
the finish and furnishing give evidence mm*m*m*mom am*m*m*m*m*m*m* m
of the elegance andl cultivation of thise .
who worked it all out. Indleed it is thel
interior arrangemtint and tie artistic
furnishing and shading, itore thanrl li i 1
extviior appear:tnc- that giv\ v surpass-j .'
ing charri to Davtona hIonwes. This fea- j
tur,e justly merit.- promin nc,- a> ,onuer -
number four. ,-. T1 /


Street and Paements the Most and ekst.
Why the Archite'ct of the I universe;
chit-.' to give to Daytona thi' most ad-
mnirable, the most pictur,-s quae:natural
setting of all the cities of thle South is


1t. S. Malev iia',le a bu-i a
to Jackstamviii y vster ltv. ax


thhe l'altmctta (''lub. Mrs. rangee is a very
Siftedl ;and practical speaker. Sh, hlias
v, irl-\\i eh reputation as the forc-im.st
\,,rkr in "i('ivic Improvemcnit." andl
Ii spoke Il b-fore imanay ,f tli, l:rge.st
I'l gAini/:atian. in tli e a.-t and N\\'et. : ri
a:- far s4iitl as V irinia She(' is a mst
iftld and p ral ractical sp'akr, andl has a
a w aiigiri.tblf' av of prves-tiig liar
idea:, ha'ini.g br-. a '(t'Iealat al'tii thIat
linv, .--le nl \ I *-r li--'s ti, mark ii p ,inl t -
'\U1 t v- at --'hlie a-r "t %%ell as tih- ii dY
l.at ( 'rv r public spi" ilel iti/.-rt l -f
i a\'tia H i tLra.-tc, il as.- he ir -le i- itI
tlie future (of this rapidlly irca--iig nn-
uitril)alitv nait fail to hear thi> l ea till'.
al.< :l \i %- % \'.ill be a feature of this I,- -
taue. A u-si, al program will gi.. i-t
aft,*r tt, -' -,ctura. C 'm e ,,e -, ti i ', ,
an'l Ili'-li, tlhe god \\,,rk along.

Editor Walton to Build.
Sii iie, ',iie ago tlie Gaz, tt,.- \ -
i itia' tlme' a grrinourn.lric n it that li'has. II
\\ :tlthar tlhir' harilndsom e al(' : I l lillit-' l
dalilor tf tire East ('Ca.t Aalvt talt.
I l,>ril:i'C I r, /y piuk paper. \\oull a':i
ial\V nollaols ll' hi(, aself no'+thivart at!,'
r'It urn to the Land tof 114oawe'r?. bri lging
:1 \ il-")Ilitla nu\v'lw r froutl the Neorithl:ritll i ,
tr;t;-'[intt iil)otl tht i lt ridta sail. It liti-
t,,. t \i't I( t<-'i (tli Gazcttc-Ncws' pr1 la g,
t') I;1:tii; rnlitril ic 'rllictl it ,4 f the t(.lllllli aH-
ti ,ni fl the predtictcel li;iapy ev\'ent., l:t
l.,,,kiMt, towvar I -urhl arnli(oaiaraafactt aImli
i a il i :tiii rii n ',f tlie predlitedl itaI \
.- \trit lut li,,kiung toward :-uclh i n
11 -iaria' lr i t' n ali c(,rr,,borrati (rt tif it tIan
1.. 1i,. ilr tilt- .-tatemincnt that El' tito, r \\W al-
1t,:; !':is ju tA let the contrae t faIr .i hmiri-
a.,< i, illiei(rnii 2-story ci,icr'rta ra '-ilrri t
i.l ;i ,i'ttlrT( .'jltl eCli inn"l ic: e o(\crlI,,,ki:,
i( I, l ':tit iful Indi:an river.
i-,litaar \Valt,,n is wel( l knri ft f onl thit
1: -t .'.>:t-t ;in li ha:t. t num belu r 4f I lty-
t -'..i f'it I.-. \' t ,x't-'Mta l a (,'igritti !iti a,,,-
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j9'/ CHusbands to Burn.
LThelv'ltrly sldIistvr inIit'roar at
thi?' d lray g rIaeiri -icur1111d 11a ? Lir'
th-11) m-t~tlcd it) her seal 'a Iu'ia ,i l -
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THE RIDGEWOOD
E. I). LANG WORTHY, Proprietor,
TiH houIseis t Scharming lyuittill it( oiiRId Ige'wood IAvenue, tile hiighl
eAtnl andmost ealthfdl point ini the town (,f IaVtona. It is
very ta.mtefuidlv :IIII c- m i" f r' ai v njia,l rd andlis modern in
very respe'c t. hI'le vv-f-laIi- the hidgt' x)d garden,
1111d native' f 1%-111h4,ItIT )X" IIi l 'sIdo ance. an,' a feature -,f
thie' t.Lald'.
NOW OPEN
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Hilvard & HMolro-,d. Proprietors,


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Steam Heat in Every Room


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THE BENNETT
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Elntirc \ hite S cr. ic. Northern Cooking.
,,,,... ,, ... A.I. ,& I. LANEi, Proprietors.


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* THE STILLMAN,
)\YTONA. FLORII)A, I). R. STII.I.MAN, Proprietor.
l a:cing Thel taliix. llailt 1I'..k k fr,.m #'we.-andl P tolli+c.
SModern Improvcmcnts. \% hit. It lp. %i,rlhern Chef.
S'lermns $2.(N) and upward. \Vccklv Kates on application.
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UmWE~hir Iawr fineb~.un
wft NamforNw Yaktody
vhs. a w rI d new s*pohas o
bm A tiPel by Na IL WFlOim ThnaW
Tne *i;t is uwemabi before Justume
Hopkins.
ap~~~m. a ~ fA .1


the odkkk is Aiend Reeves, to whom is
due re~t for the pbec al wmuee of
the auiomobile @bow wbcb has just
dowd in New Yort. Araslm Batbekler
and Saml Miles, who ar leading qpofts


nm I -Uof the motor world, will amit. and the
By Vatitd PrUw., intricate work of timing the can and
NEW YORK. Jan. 9-Edward Colt determinig the records will be under
-, of tlubin waw killed d and the .spervis of 8. M. Butler, mecre
K- JE.CUw M Ki Mss, Min toro.iy tary of tLe Auto Club of America and
Whittle aad Jaum CramImo badly in- C. F. Dw)e.V of the N. Y. Timers Club.
"-P an auntovb4le wrck early to-. A few days wilibring word from S. F.
4 .The onth of the machine d- Iiiglaod'd most noted auto racing
vm thrw" ag*it a tree when a pniang the big Fiat and Napier
wHeei of the ear dipped from the axle. I neN which are capable of reeling off
150 miles an hour.
D. D. and C. M. Roges are now mak-
A Very Hefty SbdDoc. ig plans for a course of 25 miles on the
One of the lrgnet and finest speci- beach, making the turns at the inlet and
menm nf poelo abddock; grapefruit at Seabreeze near the Clarendon hotel
or whatever your tante and fancy may I GrandUtands will be erected and the ap-
isdure you to call it lies on the editorial preaches to the beach improved and en-
drle. The handwsme specimen was large. The beach will be so carefully
grown by J. N. Davii of Grand Rapids, patrold that all danger to Fpeetatwor
Mick.. at his Rigewood borne, No. 330. will be absolutely diminsinated and the
S.rmith. races will be Co arranged that they can


It would remind you of a ThanLsgiv- -
iag pumpkin grown in the Ohio valley.
mesmng nearly twenty-rix inches
around the girth wl, ile from pole to pole
it meamsred a little b.tt.nr titan twenty-
three inch s1.

F4,R S.AI.F:- 2 fot power Louse-
Ixot. II. B. Day, New Smyrna, FIP.


Tib DAvilah In Attke.
A atOralt who observed &Frl-
ab"- Ia actsma yas that be tbolabt
Do m e dhaollcal creature could be
tiftMl They resembled enormous
blts aod in following one another
around in a circle raised the outer tip
of one of the long winglike flns high
cut of the water in a graceful curve.
the other being deeply submerged.
They might be seen now gliding down
with a flying motion of the wings.
sweeping, gyratinl ulward with a
twisting vertical motion marvelous In
ts perfect grace; now they flashed
white. again black. so that one would
may they were rolling over and over.
turning somermult. While swimming
along the two great arr or feelers of
the devilfish are whirled about In
c-onstant ni,tion. like the tentacles of
a lquid. When theie tentacles come
in contact with an3thinglc they close
u'rn It. It i, penerl:..- "llerved th.'.t
this clasping. although at times doing
considerable harm to fishermen and
their hbmts. Is largely automatic and
that. upon the whole. the devilfish in
timid rather than a fighter.
The Rust of Custom.
The hitttermew toward Innovation Is
just the same In an army as out of It.
but perhaps with more reason. A new
thing cannot potwildly be accepted un-
Util It has proved Itself l,.tter than that
which It diiplaees. Tlwe firt cannons
w te imulibly rejected. and the Chris-
tian nventor took them to the Turk.
who used then at the siege of ('ou-
rtantltn,ple. The first firearms were
Utterly opposed lecsause they destroy-
A the soldlerly bearing of the troops
The British navy strenuously objected
ft the first large s-uns t<-Bause one
echrre would cost as nuch as one of
Nsoom's br(mddides. Eris,&on's Mou-
Itor met ilth m re opposlitin In
Washingtrn than It did In Ilamiptuu
isda. At the outbreak of the ci II
war it Is said that (con'rol~oCx ordered
the adoption ,of tihe new w the objection ,.f the chief .f ,rdnan wbookept a Tc--lrn'cn (-f the ,1f l-lne In
his offce tno ihow v-Litorr ho,w g,( wa.--Army and Navy Life.


Living Lihts cf the Sea.
One of the r.l:rine ,.urltoiti"e fishedu
from the blttcu, of the Indlan oce;ni
by a Rr'd.zlnr 'e's.el chartered Iby the
Caklutta Sohle,.y f Natural Hiistory
w-aS a mnamnlllth .e:it <-.li. which con
tinually emnitte b trrlzht white light.
similar to that ~-w-n In the spasmodic
ftlahes of phophorewent luminosity
kindled by the Uomionl, fireflies. The
oddity was captured lu daytime and
placed In a large tank. nothing pecul
tar except Its mrunense size being no
tkieable In the tr(-ad glare of the
tropical sun. At night. however. when
all was In Itcli-. darkness, the crab
murprliwd the naturalists by lighting
up the tank so, that all the other ae
creatures. great and small, occupying
the Rame tank could Ie plainly seen.
When the hlininiis crustacean awas
Irodlded with a plei he emitted flashes
of llht, which enabled the experi-
menters to read small print, eren


be seen and etjo,,yfd without difficulty
by all.
As the week of March 22nd has hIen
selected for Ute Daytona races t&e dati-.
o' the Palm Beach Natinal Mnotar
Boat contests have been changed .o
that they will come the week previous
and arrangeen ts are being made to
bring the crods from Pialnm each to
Daytoaa.
Additional iulscriptions have bt-n
secured a follows, making the total sum
$4 300.00.
Cook Auto Co. $10; C(has. F. Burg-
man 125; H. G. Vilsori & Co. $10; J. E.
William- $5; S. W. Carroll $25; Ernest
Mills $15; W. M. Shaffner $10; J. II.
Frazer $10; F. W. Pope $10; L. E El-
-n wood $.5; McCoy Bros. $25; Halifax


Furniture Co $10; P. J. Doyle $25; R.
H lesesme, $10; .. G ILyman $10; The
Lyndhurst $15; The Pint- $10; The City
Hot(l $10; Schinidt's lotel $25: The
Morgan $25; Ivy Lane Inn 10; aria-
toga Inn $20.


Team Sprints From Club House.
A team, belonging t) thr Joht.st,n. liv-
jry, of Seabreeze, ,ro,ke away frorni a
Mr Thayer, at the Aut,,mobilr (_lub
House, at Ih)Atona Bl-ah, Friday ;if!er-
*noon, aLd with Mr TLayer in tiot pur-
:uit ran west n Halifax av,.r.u,- to Pe-
ninnula dive. when ti-.y w-r,- st,'pped
sonmewhere betwee-n th-. <;,x)da;l ipla-e
and Seabreeze avenue by :in aut,,r,obiL
party consisting of J. Mo,rtiner .'rIithi,
Hubert. Smith and H. C. Thomp-,:io in
the latter's car. The p',arty -.a tt!,.
driverls-&. teanim approaching an'I -tp,;.. jd
the autornobil, in the t -ente(r of tr,,


r)ardd av, Cau-ing the lIorsse- t4, t
a halt N() damage %k --r
1.!'Y' .fltj that to, Mr. fft''r !'-' .iz:.


A siood Chance.


The ho ..Se'K-at lhd e :ii j
launch is forR caft. Ti' *.k er i, v-I 'a.
tft. -TiattrIt N-rtljak(t;e. Cm;.I,
Iadi very k.a, 1HANKS,


FOR CHARTER. Pleasure .ncht
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AMUSEMENTS


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TO-NIGHT.

VAUDEVILLE.
LL P1 TnM WEBL

Glazer Bros.
IN All rP TO DATL
Musical and Singing Act
This Act Is one of the bit on the Van-
d.*vlle ktae. and are made good at
evrry bouw they bave appeared.

NEW PICTURES:
The Locket,
Palermo and It's Sur-
roundings,
Out of Patience,
Taken By Corsairs.
BUL FO NEXT WEEK
Gene Harrilngton,
Tb*- Carmlnlg Little
Singiog amd Dm cing Soubrette
RIlgonr Matlwe Meturday at S p. in.

IlNom OPrM A AT ;) P. M.


BOWLING ALLEY.


Tbw mot popular
indoor gaiwe for


LADIES MD GENTLEMEN.


Afternoon tand esning.


BEACH HTRlrT.


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CMWUMRS IATEEMI NNSTRELS

January 12th and
13th.
Admission $1.00, 75c., 50c. 35c.
P.-awr ved Me- t at H n i k Iri I I r ig c1-4 j
TRANSPORTATION SER.IC4E.
IBytona Auto and I.lir@r %Itus.-. r..t..l
trip T p.. .i. I
Aultninn's and Hanklt,&.
Itmt 4.*rvlc,--*Th.* I- Il .*." 7 wT t \(
wiet aveuu e-. .'. romuiat trip: 7, It. n.it
7:31 P.Ill..
Vor Private (onv-ryant.-,. ltullw
OMEP3U, -tb-- T fhk*- fin. rBe r..i :1:I
otart at 7 p. tit.



Fruit of the Gra"' Fruit
Cho Grapt F ruitand
Dnoti"t bre-t, Tangerines.......
--clean and bright-itip wi- tor .r u*.

BU.
Imt H MUNROE
(mO WEW AND SHIPPER
126 S. RIDGEW000 AVE.- Day~tona. Via.


LUIOCAL ITEMS. I GABDINERS *
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Ion-ld Markham had B. F. and & oAR ST
\\m. F. McCoy as passengers on an
automobile trip to DeLand Friday. A%[)
h'I'ye returned late in the evening.
Free serecptieon lecture on Civic! PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIO.
Itiiro\enient, -Jan. 14th, at the Ar-

,r. E I,. Stewart, the atktndino I THE $5 Doz IPhotos
!jlviysi ian to D)r. I). D. Ileekman. madeUa Ha-p icial fr p i: ':-
Swh1o i- offeringng from a nervous col- ni a tralce. La' r,. L
:laipse, reports that his patient is c.,nti :: .
: somehat Ietter ltodav and that if '
Tio unf,,reseen coiriplications occur until furtl,(:r n,,,"',, .
%h- .ill re,-over. cDu r tnot ,r t t
.Tliit received big stoxk of I;ia- t
mIl..nl Tires--all sizes and stvhls Arnattur la :':
I;,iv your tires here at New Y'rk '
lrires. and get them pumped u i, -f i : :" :
re- I avytona Auto Transit C'o tf ing r,,: .
M rs. M. A. C.-'llins. T I. (',lnH .. L...',,. s'
mother, arrived Friday niht accorn- d:k i':- .
,Anuied ily Mrs. Ilastingts otf IKanas f K : : .
C'itv, mther of M1r G; It. C'ollin.s.
*I'iey are oreIupyinu Mrsn. ('Collins' *e@*4)'4 e*o* 0aO
At ,- [1. V A .a... ...


Mr,. ('Colins spent the summer in
\',-w Yorrk state. goni-g recently fr ino
N',,. Yrk ,ity to Kanan C'ity, ti
W\ ,ici in thel i-rinii nti ) spt'ni most of
it-xf ;ijiniinor


TO-NIGHTI
Complete Cba ge of Prgzrama
Every Night.

Attractive Pictures Well Worth
Seeing:
Curious Mr. Curio,
Chrysanthemums,
Miss Pimpernel's Gown,

Express Sculptors.

Matinee Saturday, 4:30 p. m.




;MOW Ev~ERY V*IHT
Adniision 1(0 cents.
I),,r ,, opei at 7:00 p m.


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Display of Woolens win be the rf Oevwer A04


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