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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 11, 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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Bibliographic ID: UF00075894
Volume ID: VID00280
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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ti.m0. YU PLEASE.

i;.pm a Cl- ift The WWim Are Now Flauhng It
of Vemi a "Dayt a Beach" Around
SThe Wa rld.

*UELn $NOW To ,[A IAOHMA K0A.


EY Phldal.- IThe uncertainty as to the fate of the
Cbliet; Srev th Annual Florida Bech races has
tJ -xa, now been tuned istoan almost positive
^^ eBbh-.Nl M ertalety that they will be given on the
ad ettb the famo us fast msad course am usual, the
mremr datas being Mfth 22 to 25 next. It
is quoted aema that the Florida East Coast rail-
tLw back am way ad hotel system was not in favor
&iNb go. of aboeriblng to the fuad to perpetuate
Id do Ih n tenoum of' the rao this winter, so it was left to
S- d the 0 par the eterprising little city of Daytona to
Lt asbool ate. la amy whether the race should lapse this
b im due them thde year or not. I) ytam ,aid no, and it
I havb e been appro- aid no most emphatically, providing
AbOh phall oS Vie first the tournament should be given on
baSe tmury for thai records have been made in recent year.
mainwt. there- To that end Fred Dutton Btidham, a
n he firat of Juir, Brown college man and relative of Sena-
tor W. J. Morgan, waa dispatched to
m is last to tie Daytona to co-operate with the commit- I
Aili 165lS 000. which tee that bad wired Mr. Morgan to come
S- the at of July, to Daytona to take charge of the raising __ __ _...._ __
of funds for the seventh annual meet.
a system of high Mr Morgan could not leave New York,
---- m Id a 1903, and the so he drafted Mr. Stidham, who soon ar-
i lllrnMl r the decision of rived in Daytona and was met enthusi-
Si mle n iu 1905. astically by the Florida East Coat Au-IA
Letfmri this decision that tomobile association officials, and, under '
h idliuai to appropriate any the pilotage of President Major Arthur DENUNCIATION
f ta ihoola, there may be B. Foster, Dr. E. L. Potter, Edward
P.|-A t gr leWbevy of seven mills for White, chairman of the committee; W.
eM k ad in addition to this, H. Peters, E. D. W. Roe and Colonel
W Sol noa be a se ssed in Bingham made ouch good progress that THE MOST
I(I-I(Isbe odiatricts, and un- most of the 54000 asked for waa soon as- AT I A
ll --M it is possible for sured by citizens of Daytona and winter
I **** to ibe Imt up to tbeir pr- residents thereof. OAIN
u w---d I oI rt the aid given There will be radical changes in the
Sunder Cqapma 5381 and 5657, conduct of the races in March. One of
dldrllsmm t of the high aehool the great events will be a sweepstake Senator Tillman (ioes After 1The
* IN b dbI110t Oftaerious blow to pub- price stock car race, the cas being Pre id-nt-,-ontempt of Senate,
_ ;sed 'n ina maany years. handicapped according to price and not
t R ay require a Constitutional en i: e power. This will give the public Hits Belowv Belt, etc.
S.pt- to remedy the objection a good idea as to what isa what at a cer-
040anBinOl w the decision handed dow n tain price. The Sir Thomas Dewar $2,- DEIS TH P SID[IF S CHARG[S
Srsiq-iimeneCourt I 000 trophy for the international mile DENIIE THE PRESI[NI'S CHROES
NO& 1 su im take it will benec- Irace will be given outright. There will t t
V 1*w tdo lgios'ature to enact a lawI 1b several thousand dollars in cashl
e---*rl faach" e county shall main- l prizes hung up for fast cars, and as the 'i" '-
a.mB W ahMbol tobeaupported en- Randnd Prix race of France will not be WASHING'ON, Ja. l.- i '
is'l the eoumat school funds. he'd this year no special race will be put a question of pers.Inl privihl'g S iI;atr
l "h |J. L|r wold be far inferior on for foreign ears which comply with Benjamin Tilliian, of Smth ('airolina,
-I 1 sin ce there would be! tll international rules unless a goodly before an audience. whih p:ac'ked the
md ~ln ot andard in the opera- entry is assured: therefore the races will galleries today, addressed the .Senate.
IdC s- bo.. 1Iw ohepen to ail cars no matter what the He denied elmpha:tically tlie lar'e of
,ieine power nlav he the President that he had u.'ed his of-
'a'" APy News' representative hunted t gm power may .
_* ---arimtg-dent Wright of the lI)av- There will be none special race, how- ficial position for pri\ate lx 11. tit, or had
'T ilSt kbichool tosee what figure the evr, open to all competitors in past made false stateicnts tI, fllow ti.h-
_I la4Wdk of the recent decision cut Vanderbilt cup races, for which a goodly bern of Congress reirartliig \\'etrn laett i
B". Pete. Wright, while he deplored ca^h prize wil be offered. Thte stock transaction.
.in decision, seemed little per- ear ,vc.nt will possibly go over a part Tllman in turn ao.-i .,lt,1 r.idet
1 saHi, d as it stands it wcultl boah and Part road course, crossing of personal mealc,', Tinsr.ltresentati.>i,,
.I the tm of the Daytona school two bridgeF, and it is thought that the falsification, cow.ar li Iitie. itig I.,Iw
t: Y a moth, but be thinks the legis- i average of .'2.59 miles per hour made by the belt, contt'eipt if S. ,:Ut, a: \i.,lu-
bTi i at its preent sitting wiU.come to the winning stock car at Savannah, will tion of the law in ,1:e :. ,f t cnr.t
,-3-acluleof the school and right the be ibeaten at I)hytula, as it is thought service.
S-aup and if possible go the old that a speed of sixty miles an hour will j lie arraigned the I',l.,.iiit !,,r ;.*-
appropriations one btter. a e:aily lbe mnade by such a car a.s the m hitting the so-'alled tru.-t t,, atol,,: th.
a ,oh give so1e wholesome legisla- .Laia. j Tennessee Co:l andt Ir n (io.
iHLilsking toward better schools. One of the big rates will le that for Senator Tilman asked a :rciainr in-
|^I,^ Te Daytoaa High School has a re- the Mmiiiieapilis trophliy, which wais won vestigation of his cl ,nic.t, an'l in\ itel
'.^ mthat would be u.,ed to augmc nt last c.i.r tuy hie Fiat. the late Manuel j a oniparisn of h;' iTlllmii,' iri\ate
S. L* fid nt. It is tIis: A tuition fee of C0drino, driving. l' hi- trophy must bej life with that of thie I'reicini, ,ii \\ itl


6 1 UImuth would be charged for pu- won t\ ice-, so that if tie F-iat wins it the life of any other ilal:."
........ For the first tiln -, in ii t career TI'l-
I : Ul, oa FtleId o nPhtll Pach.i ( ',lmitii il o' fourth l'i-i j mian read his TIlesi.age, e\ iiiitlt ail,-
t',- ; citing the gra\ ity if ti,,e' ,i. I-iii, i ai !
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The Vote As It Stood Thursday Evening. i


DAYTON A


Akwftm Highb School

,'elsrm Star
S Aggie Morgan


I 822,360
550,305
397,005
78,560
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TlE GUILLOTINE IN USE

AGAIN IN


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REVELED.


-Maoauley in NOW York u<..
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PREACHER


COMMITS


SUICIDE.


:THE DUCHESS


IS STILL,


IN DEATH.


Missing Michigan Minister Mur- Duchess of Marlborough nee Con-


derer Meandered To Iowa and


Cuts Throat.


suclo Vanderbilt, Expires Sud-


denly -Heart Failure.


LITTLE DOUBT OF HIS IDENTITY. CONSU[LO A GREAT FAVORITE.


1% 'RK I 'K I,,;i, .-;11. 11. A r
uI dillul)t,'dlv v .Il)l)p i-'e i II, 1.,. l;\( .I, il,
M. ('tarmii'l;a 1, tie missingT Mi'c:i,;;in
minister suspected of killing (;iIdetn
Browning at Battle Rlun church, niar
Adair, Michigan, attenipted sluicidle to-
day by cutting his throat at the Itu.-e
of Miranda 1lugl'. it (',titu:it', IIl.
this morning
The sheriff founial :i letter iri n: |i(. k addressedtc to the sleriT of I',,rt II uIrti,
Mieh., stating the Ii ntii \:I (';Cnrinihia' I
and a'.king tlie lhirilf t,, cn, ;int! g' t
the body.
T here is [I,. ,im it ir I tII illil ,, '' l,, ;!;:.
authorities b It ;.,:it (Ith s'uii l,, i- tIl
Imaitn lwanlted.
II thie' l iettr ,I' iiiiitti i t l til:Lt
hie killed IL'ou niri^. (" T tlr tipD l i, i ..i
w ith a hit t'. e4 ;t .i li.,r iiip! it piki', I v
p ie'c e in tll lie lc ng'tl i- l i '. -. i{ : ; t,, ( ,, *.
changed again, an i ':.':ie i t, '::t' ,


LBY It" Plrtetssl)'t'


PRESIDENT


ASKS FOR


NEW SYSTEM.

Upon Recommendation of Com-
missionen Radical Changes In
Penal Institution Asked.

IUIACRE FARM TO BE USED.


(By 'Unlit.-d I'ri-,-.l
WASHINGTON, Jan. 11-In a vig
oroua message seat to Congress today
President Roosevelt declares the condi-
tion of the penal and reformatory insti-
tutions of the National Capital to bh
about as bad as can be, and recom-
mends immediate and generous legisla-
tion to correct the crying evils.
The message is based upon the report
handed him by a conliiinsion coi i.-:tinig
of Judge Wendell I' Stalt,ord, JlAhn JoN
Edson and Robert V l.a Dow, the tIl,-
pointment of which wa.i rtotni -ml.ueid
by Congress, and wlich, :ifte. '
thorough examination ,iit Ih, ,.: i. ii .-
stitutions of the District of Columbia,
made a tour of inspection of some of (
the principal cities of the country for the 3
purpose of finding thel mu.-t appr, ,i' .4
methods of caring for the wards of tinh
public. The result of the Counmiuisin, u
labors is the recommendation of a radi-
cal change in the system now in vogue.
and includes the onvcersion of the iprrt'.
ent jail into a house of detention; thit
establishment of a reformatory an t
work house, each upon a thousands l:er( ,
farm, where the inmates can be iclm-
ployed in shops and upon agricultural .
work; and the adoption of the parole
law and a probationary systelim.
The President comments upt i tiit
fact that the jail and work house unow
in use are frightfully overcrowded 'In
most cases," he says, "''two r ttie (
prisoners are confined in a s-ingle. .':1 ,,
not large enough for one," and, in ic-
gard to the fact that all the prisoner.- ,of
the jail are maintained in i,!lene.'-, hli
says, "they belong, moreover, to a tlas |
of prisoners that s;i'cially ne' il :tin1
dread to be put to work." t


Free Delivery, Don't Want It.
A member of the citv couim;(ii i- :i-
thority for the statecm ntit:tt at at l
meeting to be held tonight ;tai :i!i:'1 I


IA( Ni()N,, Jan. Il.-The Duchess of ment will be offered to the, ,,rnii:. C 1:.
M:tirillrutgh died this morning of heart regard to "Numbcriib ; ,f il,.iiiiJu:-,'
fCiluire. Only a few of the duchess' which, if acce ,ted and I ;:.-.i, :i- ir ;t- .-
American relatives and friends were doubtedly will be, w% ll pl.i (' I!; I-
a .ar,' of any constitutional weakness of nance in accordalne'. xfiti ti: .
tVie lieart, in-, the annouDcement of her laws.
dieath will be a distinctive shock.
Thlie duchess, formerly Consuello Van-
d,.rbilt, was a great favorite, indeed, a; The Missing Minister \';iii.
prime favorite, not only with the Eng-1 i i, K ti, 1' --
lisli nobility but she was loved by all T(ORONTO Carnaida, ,Lin. 11.- A:
'clt.-s.-s, as she had a smile for every one arrested at Claremont. he-li.v I.I t i,
She I-aves a husband, the Duke of i Rev. John Carimichatul, f .\! i. .:
MaIrllborough, and three children, be- will be examined ,v "' ,. :I' !,-.i. .
-',i,-, li.r New York family. day.


A (iood Chance.
I i. lh,,u-l,,)oat l)akota," and 10-h.p


'Thli rran in cu.,t,mdy lt,-cl, :l.- ':,
the mi.-ing preaher s li.i'.-i i'-
murder of Gideon Browning.


ELKS WILL


-VISIT


DAYTONA.


In large Numbers on Friday tHe
15th. Local Lodge to be
Instituted.

ROYAL WELtOlE TO VISITI


All arrangements have been made for
th.e institution of Daytona Lodge No
1090, B. P. 4). E., on Friday night, the
lVth. Major .1J. I). C. Morris has re-
: ived the required paraphrenalia and
rlso a communication from Deputy
Grand Exalted Ruler H. S. Chubb, a
Gainesville, stating that everything was
low in readiness and that the aantlered
ierd will descend on Daytona on Fridayto
issist in setting the horns on pnrpe.t-
ve candidates from this place.
The local members have done their
part and the visiting Elks will be given
i Yiiiht royal welcome. They will be
rnet at the trains, given an auto ride
l)bout our beautiful city, and when
\vciniig comes they will be greeted with
k list of candidates hard to beat in Flor-
da. A banquet will also be tendered
the visiting Elks and the tender candid-
ates wio, have just passed through the
ryingri'rl, al. and everything that can be
i[lic ti,, alle late the sufferings of the old
iks :vIio have labored so hard and the
,iinrg :lks v lio, have just felt the prick-
rn uof the antlers for the first time will
1 l,;e Ivy-tiwoe in charge.
I ;,.r, til' uill b ) held in Masonic
..,;; :t 7 lork and all Elks in good
tI .i'.iir:g \i-iting in I)aytona are invited
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10,000,000 TURNED DOWN;

BLOOD AND REVENGE BETTER.

I urkS, Would Rather Fight Than


acceptt The Gold Of All


The World.
I; I OtII i'r.'-, .l
i,-I \N' IIN)'I.E Turkey, Jan. 11
-1ItC ',lins, I ,f Ninisters today re-
d At i Ai1stI rltai' ,tF. r of $10,O00,000 in-
i, 'iriir'v fo,r th,: annexation of Bosnia
ii:.l .ii-,rZ,.Vifvl;. This action of the
'1' t:k- Put-an '(ind to the peaceful set-
ri. mi tt ,,f thle diff'rence.s with the Porte
:C:id Au-tri:i'- cdclaratti, of war is inev-
.Iabi'


i;in ;1i i fir sale. The owner is tied up
a -i;:t.ntt r ini Nrth Dakota. Can I e
li' r t;,. J.K. BANKS,
t Davytona Be.ach, Fla.


A BUTCHER IS RESCUED FAI[R

FOURT[N DAY'S I URIAL. AUTO JUMPS SEA WALL

WITHOUT SERIOUS MISHAP.


American Ships Have Begiiuni he
I)istribution of Food and


iFRANCL


First Legal kBheadments In "l'ree
Years Attract Crow ds To


Supplies,

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cle u!i'-:l'.' fri vlia I : mlt '-:uf.I.
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Soon Gathered.


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1w ict t, i,:oriie out Magnolia to the post-
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Club of five subscriptions,4,(X0) votes
ET/ .. S. HALL Club of ten subscript'ns lIt,0(O votes
SArchitct and Bulder. There is no limit to the number
f fm 2n 0aoMtto Avenue of clubl each contestant may secure.
S Dayto Ilorida. The subscription price of The
S. Weekly Gazette-News is $1.50 a
^- year; The Daily News is $1.50 for
-. the season by mail.
o hk ilting vo tles It c-imlidnte% or frit-lid-
,.-tli.n tilted tor(~r distrlliutlilg votes Is uii-
dt-hur- l r lh.Ir l i tlh., pr prcpr torm.
SIRemember! eithine SEVEN DAYS
SI frotlin tin,' dnt< of I-ue.


PRESCRIPTIONS jEverything I
We call f and Deliver Photolraphic.
Them.
SPECIAL PRICE OF $4.00
yi's MAI *ER DOZ. ON
P4 pTINuM PORTRAITS.
Sb r rDeloping and Printing for the
Jut Teleplhne to No. 48, Aaiteur a SpechiMty.
We will do Anderson & Clark
the rest. (b i,..,. ,,,k,. p.i. ,, i th BriAr, ,.

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SjOrmond or Ormond Beach, I
EITER IS A DELKiHTUt1. PLACE IN I
WltCI TO OWN OR RENT A HOME. t
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MACON THORNTON i
R KEAL ESTATE t
ORMOND and ORMOND BEACH


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) MATTER WHAT YOU THINK
Of Buying or Renting in tl<'e way of I~eal Estatte

E IT A CABIN OR A MANSION


ill be to your advantage to talk with us. Farm a 'I' Tru'ck


Land is one of our spe-'ialties.


NOMAN S. DAYTON


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ThEA


The Modern

Seven Wonders


i One of Daytona crowning glories is
Sher hIwounparble beach. No one who
ever set foot upon its smooth, packed
a mdls; no one who ever pedaled a bi-
cycle over its expanse; no one who ever
drove a prancing pair of horses and list-
eied to the popping of their steel shoes
(upon its amphaltum-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-
ized that it is a world-bebter, a world-
wonder. Go stand upon this wide
speedway and see the happy souls flit
'by in joyous mood, and answer whether
this is not one of the seven modern
wonders.


The PacMd. PelunId tHita 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 duck
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 pf lican pc f-h
a fat mullet, and that fish hawk itt.-
gling upward with hisfloundering load
he snatched from the water.
See the beautiful launches, spick and


span, their hampers and lockers bulging
with refreshments both solid an I liquid
ready for a cruise upon her beautiful
surface Take out your field glass and
sweep the river from Ormond bridge to
SPonce Park light house, then say
whether the Halifax isn't a thing of
beauty and a joy forever, and one of
I mtvin m n wnwntr.-.


The Eachlntingy Plcturesque Ridgewood.
Ridgewood avenue is upon the '.-rest of
a broad ridge, straight as the crow flies,
and the wide-spreading branches of the
heavy-trunk-ed liveoaks extent their
giant arms across this magnificent vista,
forming an arch, and from these extend-
ed arms great festoons of Spanish moss
sway as the trade winds from tropic seas
fan them. Looking straight ahead down
this whit,' shell stre',t oine Ihas the' im-
pression of a fairy path with 'lfi'h dra-
peries, but as you niove along and cast
an evye fiNrt to thi' right and then to the


Splae npopt mon md better, Uaytoa
throws down the gauntlet to the world.
Sqiiu rd l--- two, fs .i- _Pros.
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 bf variagated 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 symine-
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, prolitlicacy 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 ydu 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 constant ly
shifting scene.
Everything goes, from a 2-horsepc;wer
up to a 200-horsepower, and all degrees
of speed from a canter to a two-mile-a-
minute clip. You will probably catch
the spirit and when you do the roads
and the beach are yours. The' Florida
sunshine is free, their talmv ocean
breezes are free, the birds and squirrel-
and flowers are fret', the sparkling
fountain water is free and von will tiax
to go down in your wallht only for ',i
for the auto and bed and board.
Thi, is no fanciful piturn': it': :ii!


-- nhcre. it is drawing itlh'r t!louilanll-
left you see distinguished cottage hm~l'as i r.i it '
in the mlost delightful settings. t
.. .. .... .. chti rvm anu old8h y o u. lCome and .
See the glistening lfal of tile grand(l
mlla;gnolia which nature lias varnihlcdn as
no artist's brush ever could; and the *************I**********I*
cabbage palms with th,'ir burdens (of A
showy fruit and swa'ing l; p i:l sec the A
lovely holly with it. c.\ilui.ite lecrrv; see a
th clinilig vio's runnilg, ritot in the i
trees see th, crypltganmlons fiors which 0 Films rv Plates ,
gain a foothold on the great ,oaks and 0
thl stately p)almns, and surely you will Chemicals,
join in the chorus and ayv that this is a -
world( wonder for beauty. Card counts,
0'
Surpassing Beauty at Our Cottage Homes. \\ IN I
No one of Daytona's attra-tions, per- THE BEST KODAk [IISHIP
haps coaininads nore nearly universal DL UAl Illll
attention and praise than d,,'s tio. artis- Is T-Hf PITV
tic cottage. The ,wynrs of thesecharmn- 1 II THL tlCI
ing villas hail from tev'rv corner of the 0
country and they bring their own archi- In ITwent-=foulr liours
tectural plans arid build upon thelln,and V
as the architecture of olf ( section of tnl.e
country differs from tie architecture of Professional goodss at Jack
another so do our homes ditfer in out- -
Ssonville Irices. U
ward appearance arnd tructural beauty
from one anotthl.r. Thtrca' are nl moioto- 0
nous rows of strikingly similarr buildings
but the eVc', as it sweepIs by, is treated _m .'
to a kaleidoscol)ir change e which kels KD K P) L \,t
thie inmd wondering What i'cxt.' |
It is not only the exterior of minanyof rI the
these homers that rivets attention; with- i Prince Geor.e Hlotel, *
in they are miiod is (of cort nv.liienne, malndl
S .. DUAVIOSA. I L.OWII .
thl', tinlislI aid furnishing give evitrice nc)
of the elo'gance arind cultivation of th,-se a ESOE0 OU OE O NO* mOeOn
who worked it all out. Indeed it is tin'! -
interior arrangenri'nt and the artistic i
furmnishimn and shading, mliore than r. thet'-
ext.r ior appt'araintt- that giv a 'urpass-
ing charin to Davtona heiw,. This fea-
tur,' justly ne'rits 1Oriiln,'rn c,' as \ ,ndtir, w \ \ ; :


numb'er four.
Streets and .Pavements the NMost and Het.

ehio-' to gi\'te tt, a.yt" t'1, a din' I.t I -
miralhc, tine rinost piictur -: |lie natural
setting of all tihe (itoi' of the Suthl is A new billiard t il
not re\vealed but that such is a fai. t ;t he HIaliifax 1Iiv: '
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ARRIVALSCott

Jill
tidgewood. _


THE CLARENDON !


SEAllllREZ,. FLORIDA.

Opens on January Ist, 1909


ages with Steam Heat, Electric Lights, Hot and Cold Water,
Telephone; High Grade Appointments, For Rent, with or
without Aervants.


Among the arrivals at The Ridgewood --- -_--
over Sunday were Daniel Lees, Philadel- ro
phia; C, S. Gates, New York; A. R. Cas- *
idy and L. C. Carran,'Cleveland.

Schmidt's Hotel. Daytona, F
Sunday registrations at Schmidt's Now Open for Se.
ltotdl wer: J. D. Springblood, W. H. O
Strovel, Atlanta; J. A. Murphy, Florida; L. M. WAITE, Ownt
Mrs. Geo. Prince, Washington; Mrs. Greatly Enlarged since st season.
Josephine Buist, Philadelphia. I Greatly Enlarged since lst seasn.
__ 'Broad Piazzas on all i Rles. Roo
Every Modern Convenience
Despland Hotel.S
UThe followingI it lr: ..\N'arrid at The epland,
The following arrived at The Despland !............


over Sunday: A. J. Carling, Watertown,
Wis ; Chas. D. Andersnon, Reading, Pa.;
E. H. Moulton. Brookline, Mass.; L. R.
Bolton, Boston; A. L. Darrin, Norfolk.
A number of the guests visited various
churches in the city yesterday and
others spent the day automobiling.


The Prince George.
The following arrived at The Prince,
George Saturday and Sunday: Louis
Thorne and wife, Detroit; H. S. Courts
n.y, New York; A. J. Crockett, E. L.
McLean, Atlanta.
Louis Thorne who together with his
wife is a guest at The Prince George is
tlie chief commissary of the D. & C., D.
& B. and C. & T steamship lines to all
the principal cities, and the Mackinac
Islands on the great lakes.
E. L. McLean of Atlanta, also a guest
of The Prince George, is the southern
representative of the Curtis-Leggett col-
lar company that has recently installed a
southern office at Atlanta.

Teaching the Royal Salute.
C'rossling thet deck of the Kaiser WU-
helm II. royal yacht with a large mug
,,f Iwer In his hand, one of the sailors
Iwas startled by the sudden appearance
of his royal muster. lie made a moat
,lutnisy atteT.ipt to salute with his free
Ihand, while his anxiety to prevent the
bleer spilling amused his majesty.
"I.iIk iere,." said the latter. "you
didn't do that rigbt. Let me show you
how It ought to be done." Telling the 4
man to fancy that he was the em-
l,,'ror. who was to be saluted, the kai-
ser to.,ok the mug and retreated a few
paIt's. Then. comiing forward again, .
stopping op.)wslte to the sailor, he held
the mug to his lips. drained It. put It
down on the deck and gave the salute
with military Precislon. "That's the 4
way to do it." he remarked to the as-
t,'nlshed seaman. "Now go down-
stairs and tell them to fill the mug up
;iai;ln and give you one for yourself.
Say It was I who drank It."


Brain and Muscle.
According to Miss Loane. the author
of "From Their Point of View," more
men are trumps and more women are
miserable housewives If married or
underpaid slaves If single because
they cannot or will not use their brain
powt'r than because they are too lazy
for hnnrd bodily labor. The amount of
purely unhlnthellectual drudgery dtmln-
Ishes every year and the demand for
intelligent workers Increases.
The author had one woman patient,
a worker amoug London poor. a chron-
ilo sufferer, who managed to keep bouse
anld children In far more perfect order
tha:tn vlgrous neighbors always scrub-
lIlnnI and ktourltg. She was once
;Ia'ked how she contrived to do this.
and she replted:
"I makes my mind do thrte parts of
it. It isn't so much what I does. but
what I stops from having did."


Old Laws.
I'lhere still exists In London a bylaw
which forbids a cask of beer to be un-
loaded between certain hours, but no
mention ir made of casks containing
any other liquor.
Lucerne has on Its statute books a
law Nhich Is not enforced. It prohIb-
its hat. ,of more than eighteen Inches
in dtinmn.ter, forbids the use of arttll-
'i1al tlowert; aind Imported feathers and


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HENRY SCHMIDT & SON, Proprietors,


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gain, it will become the property vf
Fiat Automobjie Company. This nill
be a two-mle-.-mboute seed cro n
lmilar to the one captured by Victor
Demogeo, the great French driver, who
in 1906 hurled his Darracq racer over
the two-mile stretch in 58 4 5 seconds.
Cars in this race must equal two miles a


minute to win. Of course this speed is
ooly poWible on the far-famed beach on


the East Coast of Florida.


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NEW PICTURES:


Au English Harvest,

Daring Thief;

Financial Difficulties

The Fire Patrol.
Rguliar Matiaee atAurday at 2 p. a-.
A4dMA OleM 104. nIfght M.
tifM OPRX AT 7: 0P. M.


BOWLING ALLEY.


Tbn meat popular
Indoor gain for


ULAES All GEILEUEI.


Afternoon and eveulpg.


Wilmans


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mJAr 12-n no 13TH

Admissi.. $1.00, 75c., 50c.,
Children 3k.
Regervrd Heats at Hankins'" lruxg torn-

TRANSPOR'ATION SERVICE.
Daytona Auto and Livery Busm-.. round
trip I, 7 p.m. and 7:.'3 p.m.,. from
Aultmnar and Hankins'.
Borat Servt*--'Th I Dxie." foot ofr Voiu-
l awvaeue, Itc. round trip: 7 p. III. aiml
TJD p. mu.
For Private ConTveyane. Phon- I,'.
OIxoND-"lTb*e Blle." ..w. round trip.
tart at 7 p. mu.

on1 the
rrftr tIe, Grape Fruit and
Ino Settr Tangerines.......
-eisaa aI bright-no scal or rust.
MX TUBE
nin 'lll ttndii to 'i pltiln.
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H. MUNROE
QROWER AND SHIPPER


wiR WM a Pit &" in their room _4B0ACH TrRESICT- 8263- sOqGW000 AVE --Ds -aw HeI
is 8boLd P t SlKd bi 1m r ayo0o Ote of the principal causes of conm- .. AH T 5. U AV.-Iytm,
iiML y.at1.i0 )al, Wedn i ly, p t in regard to the Florida race'
J. lSb, at 10.10 a. m. 3- meet has been removed, and that was
LL. st&e9 Fiadley, of South te high freight rate charges on the rail- -*************-*-****-
Paneawa&venue, iaerialat the roB from New York to Ormond and', A A TEMrl. a O DA K A I
y Private Boapital and Sani- Dytoa. The Florida East Coast Auto- I ||J I 1 1 KA K U1
t.i 0, Sonth Bech street mobile Amociatiom has advised that all; t L I1L- --- I-
nm l bbr on in te cityroet automaobUle be shipped by water, either L --_--- So -
ifin W b vw in &be city to Savanah or Jacksonville, and from INISH NG
New Smyrna Saturday to visit her the latter point, also by water to De-
other at the awytoa Private Ho1- Land via the Clyde Line. Del-and is -G omez acett asinthe cty
pita and Saniarium, on South only twentyJ-ve miles from Daytona Sfiaturday from Ponce Park.TE NTNS. I
i. i street. | and the County Commisioners of Vo-I A. E. Mason is building a house BY UP-TO-DATE MTHTODS.
All lovers of pie uf course this lamiCountylave put the twenty-fiveat Port Orange for the father of Rev.
will not include printer will be mles road between the two points ID Herman G. Porter, of this ity. All Prints Made on
able to indulgetheir appetite to the pPdi cohditioB, so that automobile i elox
full mon Wedneday by attendingg the ean be Dst by boat direct to LDel.and.! *Ai T,,M, BILE EOR CHTART K -Four
pie pale at St. Mary's Guild haU. "d thnce driven to Daytona. Thi f cylinder S ev, n.-Duryea, hour or ET VS SHOW )OI W o
The n -at. fryds here of M will more than cut the freight rate in 1 trip, call M rgan House, phone I 11,. LTO BTAIS 'O'II B i '
The manv friends here of Mrs, J. Itwo, and if automobiles are shipped to TO OBTAIN 1TE BEST
M. Garand will regret to learn tbat Savannah, they can b- driven over the' Mrs. L. H. Plumb of Streator, Ill, 1 RES'LTS FI:OM Y(Il
ah s is 4riomly ill with pneumonia road from Savannah to Daytona, al-; hias reputed the Gues bhouie on Myr- I KODAK. I
in Sew York City, to which place the road is poor for nearly the entire t!e avenue through the R. L. Smith V
rbe rawetly returned from ]ato"a distance, which is about 170 miles. ig-qi cy and will arrive with a party' EVERYTHING FOR THIE hK)-
unih her daughter, Mis O0. R. Gar- Sah a trip, however, will prove iut,'r- of i latives about the 2i)th of the I
land. ing, and help to build up the tht- 4.d ntmonth. DAKER ALWAYS IN S' 'K.
SC Y of Frankfort, d, roads movement, which is rnw strong in r
fatdHr of Garth H f. Young. the drug- eorgiaand Florida. d Tireceived-all sies nd styles
gfit. h:t arrived in the city for the J:".t as '.oon as the cnt.. :t Iv ur tires here at New Y ork1 111 S
int.r Mrs. Yo~tung has been he ona have finished their work of raising ed up I
for sral uneeks. Mr. and Mre. the fudentry blanks. ith a coiplte and t them pumped up
efwe M ad se aa tona Auto Transit Co. tft
Young will live in the apartment lit of events, will be gtten ut by W toa Auto Trai Co.
Cottage avenue. Broadway and 57th Street, New York rentedc a flat in one of the Heymann'
City. apartment houses on South Ridge- i .. .
IL Priest, of Ormond, who rr- wood avenue, through the Bingham ............
cevtly came up from Fort Lauder- w Taompuun agency. .rai F-lor
dale where he is engaged in the High Flyers in Session. Thompson agency Mr. Falor R. hard of Ja'k'nvile il
trying business and is receiving [;,OJnIPr,,,.] l and child and Mr. Falor's father R.Bombard of Jacksonville is k
w b d is ill remain during the season, but latest addition to (0. S. f1urnett's
tntmment at th Daytona Private LONDON. Jan. 11 -The InFtrna- a Mr. Falor, who is manager of The tailoring force. Mr. Brnniet is 1,w
H4 a.,ital and Sanitarium, will ",n tional Aeronatic Fed,.ration lbgan its bicycle tire department of the Good- keeping five pai r-,f halndls lusyv and
be able to return and resume his conference at th. HotelI Ritz thiz m,,rn- year Tire and Rubber Co., is here expects to double the r i hlir 1 l.iriiiL:
work at Laiale.lg. fr only a brief stay. the height ,f the seait',n.


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TO-NIOIHT!


Every NIlk.

Attractive Pictures WON WortL
Seeing
Travels Of a Flea,
Finney's Finish,
Harry, The Country Postman,
Give Me Back My Dummy.
COWAN will sing ."You'll Be
Sorry Just Too Late."

Matinee Saturday, 4:30 p. m.


MK. P. (i. IkOTT. PIAN iT.
SHOW EVERY NICHT
Admission 10 cents.
Dours open at 7-00 p m.


BILLIARDS AND


POOL.


\ ;,stl h"i tiIt 1 .\hillantting. peasI-
:iit iiid htr-lpful. A cholrt iit. of

FRUITS, CANDIES & TOBACCO

Iuop in for a good tiane.


PE.Ni l mTKEET.


::Tea and chocolate served at the !
sign of "Ye Gift Shop." :l-Zeod
E. C. l)uiiI of the firm of Dunn
IBros. left Saturday for a few da\s
visit at Tampa. i


F r
boat.


I.I.DaY,


foot power house-
New Smyrna, F..'


Ordyr enw Sof t New edItMeI


DtIplay Wsr#m we W IWO e lpl0 0 r -




=M. B. AUL!


We gtwve ~s Intup


Bond Lumber C6.

R~oug and Dresed Cypr" L
LWth. b Fbb~elooriag, Ccllm& brk. ltamm
Omer an dYards: Kaswd at Ra" Comm
Phms?


ATLANTK MOTOR C C
No. 8 Beach Street; Daytona. Flmb

Automobiles and Giasolne Ev&
DiamonM Tires, Bosch Mkagae
and Spark Phls.
Discounts Allowed the Tr do
Secodadlu Cars taken ina p ynt p r- IT Hw


F. Morris an'l niece. Miss Ellen -.
Williams, anud her frieud, Miss Mary,
Finchrctt. all of Toronto, Canada,
arrived Saturlav. and are located 00a0i1em- ue--in-- ---- -leN
for the season with J. L. LA ncb, on
Fairview avenue. A L
rs. I.. '. rannin., .who eon- WELL KNOWN AND POPULAR.
tiinuiel h-r vi,,it with her sister, N
Mrs .\ Milligan. on South Ridge-'a Overooking The Beat
W',t, avenue. after the departure of 1 A Homelike and Comfortale Ilols.
her husband, left Saturday after- w C. o. CIIAMrERI.I
S-- f T AS -" L _


no,)u to join jir. Drauning at ineir
Miami home.
i ',11 V. C('lclough was in the city
, v r Snillay, the guest of Mr. and
irs. k, nfo d I)e.;con. Business
bhr uh1it MNr. Col,,iilgh as far south:
as Br'inswic'k. (;a.. and1 he used the
otplortiunity to make a brief visit,
.\ itli Lis friends here
S II (i.\es new shop on Volusia
avenue. '-11 which work was com-!
imeancted a week ago Saturday, was I
,. ,inlted,. even to the locking of i
tlhc ',H)rs. Saturday afternoon. The i
,,iiling., whirli is somewhat larger'
ti,;am the "ne burned, makes a much!
iet'tr apll'-arance than the old one.


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DAYTONA, P'
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SFirst srbs la AU I
I N, Proprietor.
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PIANO CONTEST


These votes cast for


Each issue
It must be voted


the Daily News will publish one of th a e
within 7 lays-. .Jan.rv 9t, It9.


Good Sait.
"1 got C(levelanrd' autograph." sald
the friend, "by addressing to biun a lit-
tle ode on hit nplendld work In the
White House aneot the Rus o-Japanese
war-or war It sometnhlg e4se? At any
rate. I shall never forget my delight
when. by return muill, Mr. Cleveland
wrote:
"'IEtr Sir--I have read your oversee
with interest. They appear to me very
deficient in aeu s and substance.'
"I sent a sounet of sympathy to Ber-
Sard Shmw on the failure of his play.
'His Houoe In Order.' or some such
title. Mr. Sbaw replied on a post card
as follows:
bank you very much for your son
aet which seems at least incere.'
-I once ventured to address a ron-
dean to Ellen Terry. In it I praised
r beauty patalonately. Miss Terry
mo--d we *a and Intcreutiur note of


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