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DAYTONA, FLORIDA, TL DAY, MARCH 31. 1910
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219 MAGNOLIA AVENUE
T. E. Fitzgerald K. F. Oaten
FITZGERALD & OATES
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law
Special Facilities for Examining
RIGHT GOODS AT
Disposition to Treat Yon Right.
- . liet Us Be Your Jewelers.
L. H. ROWE & CO.
NEVILLE H. CLARK
EYES TESTED FRAMES FITTED
DR. C DeW. AKE ' :
Office Hours to 43
Office in Conrad Building. 'Phone 128
Office, South Beach Street, Oppo
site City Hall,
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,ING A CONFERENCE Of Ml--3
AND OPERATORS OF THE
fTSSURG DISTRICT, MlflERS
1L SUSPEND WORK TONIGHT?,
rrC3URG, March. 31 A joint
' 9 of miners and opeiators
i ..bburg district Is being held
-szyf to negotiate a new scale
:rlance with the recommenda-
' cf the Cincinnati Convention.
1 will suspend operation: at
it 'tonight pending settlement.
3 pf both sides say men will
"!y ie out a week.
Ilrat Lewis, of the United
-; iefs, said today that the
at of work will not cause
shiD. He says the suspen-
i vi3 not be over thirty day. i. '
hundred and fifty" thoisand
'tiipttt-'.-of 500,000 v will be af-
il' The five l largest Irdiana
are idle, the men falling to
t-k anticipating a general t trike
C-ln twenty-foiir housed sevc nteen
dind men in district eleven will
'Cn-f: unless operators concede to
tands of the Terre Haute Con
fccace today. 4 ' '
.president Lewis says Pennsylvania
t:J Illinois fields will be tied ap af-
' Uag one hundred and ninety thous-
r i men. It is believed that the
- -"-n wiU adjust itself.
TO PROPERTY OWNERS
NOW RETURNING NORTH
Right now is an opportune time to
ftmind ; winter residents, and par
ticularly the owners of unimproved
firotertv within the citv limits;, that
would be a wise plan to leave their
property in someone's charge to see
tht it is properly looked afttx and
the Banitary ordinance in regird to
cutting of weeds and grass complied
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By making a provision of thi3 kind
fte city officials will be saved much
5anece8sary (trouble and the prop
trty owner . will be saved the extra
txpense which follows the necessity
of the city having to take the matter
h ikrira ani v,o ha mrh- ia
1 This should be acted upon not only
hfWftfe0 nortv hllt nU in
to whpr -vM ro nwnpH hv
Mw Wrnn,, emor
tten uocc. , ?t.ooo mnoh
fcorerandilv than in th wint-r sea-
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CENTRAL KANSAS TEACHERS.
HUTCHINSON, Kas., March 31
Hatchinson extended "a cordial wel
tome today to the scores of visitors
re for the twenty-fourth annual
aeeung of Central' Kansas Teach
.W Association. The convention will
k in Session tn-n va Qr.r tli infli-
tttions are that it will be the best
tended in the history of the associ
-on. Names of many leading ed
Gators are found on the programme,
fcongthem being Dr. A. E. Vinship.
I Boston, Professor Price, of the Uni-
; jersity of Kansas, Montaville Flowers
uacinnatl, and Dr. George H. Brad
'. president of Epworth Univers
Jat Oklahoma City.
fioing from one drug stors to an- j
your wants by coming
quality and price.
Nankins, me Druggist,
u. i 1 HE PL.AOE
. Where Volusia Meets E-each.
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WITH THIS NUMBER THE DAILY
NEWS RETIRES FROM THE
FIELD UNTJL NEXT SEASON.
v un inis issue, the Daily News
season or iyuy-iu comes to a close
the Daily enters upon its summer
Upon the suspension of the Daily
wews last season the management
iorecast several important inmrove.
ments in the mechanical department
the paper and promised a bigger
Detter paper for this season if
necessary suDDort was forth
coming from the business men and
puouc generally ana mat that sup
port was not withheld thi3 copy of
Daily News bears witness. ;
ine uany issuea last .winter won
the confidence of the public in the
ability of the management to furnish
Daytona with a season Daily that
would be a credit to the city and it
also proved to the business men the
advantage to be derived from adver
tising that reached the public fresh
from the press each day and search
ed out i the purchaser of goods from
among the tourists and regular resi
In several instances it awakened
business men, who were professed
ly non advertisers, to the value
advertising when attractively put
before the public, and they have this
season reapea tne rewara or tneir
change of view and have freely and
gladly acknowledged the worth of the
Daily as an advertising medium.
That the paper has pleased the
Public, generally, is proea Dy me
largely increased subscription list of
this season, the ract tnat sudschd
ers were eagerly awaiting its issue
and any failure to reach them was
quickly reported, as well as the
many complimentary expressions
heard of the Daily this season
As foretold last season,' the Daily
has been enlarged and improved in
several ways. The telegraphic - ser
has heen increased and much
OTe local matter furnished its read-
ers xnan last seaswu. l j
has been set Dy tne prouuseu ma-
chine and other improvements maae
the mechanical aepartmeuc.
The Daily News this season has ad-
advertised Daytona as it was never
aavertisea Deiore. it uua ubcu iu
- . . - r Ti. k v. n lo rri 1
upon tne reaamg tauie m
in Florida and has gone Droaacasi.
throughout the whole country, North,
East, West and South, bearing tidings
cf the East Coast and beautiful Day
The Daily News fully appreciates
the support extendea to tne yapei
this winter and bespeaks a continu-
ance ot tne same iui ucai, o.o..,
to keep the paper up to
standard and make such
further improvements as cuuuiuuus
In the meantime, the fact that a
ood. newsy weekly is issued through
the summer should not be forgotten
by either business men or winter vis-
itors, for the former, The uazeue-
News will continue to furnish a re
minder to the public that they are
still in business, and to the latter it
will carry the happenings of Dayto
na wherever they may stray.
And with this last reminder ana
best wishes for all patrons and read-
Q f tho rtailv News, we say aaieu
1 o v. w -f
until next season.
savannah. Ga.. Mar. 31
fHW, of the citv has been turned
lltLUUU. - - . -r, I
momliors of tne iravei-
over lu me iuti""
ers' Protective Association, whose an
nronHnn is in session
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ed the gathering
J. P. EcKstein ciin
to order this morn
Mavor Tieaeman ttcitu-
When these lormanue
were concluded the regular business
nf the convention was ta
i.ec entertainment will occupy
the time of the delegates during the
remainder of the week.
As this is our last chsnce c! Luyisi anything to the Trade
throuih this paper, we wish to extend oar sincere thanks to each
and every customer lor their bzs-sss iiven us. We have appre
ciated every bit oi it sad from the increase in our ross sales
our friends have been more thsa fiood to us.
Wishing one and all a happy prosperous summer and hoping
to see all .next winter, we are
Gruber-Morris Hardware Company
"If yoa don't trade with we Lota lose money."
WORK ON CITY ISLAND
SOON TO BE RESUMED.
PARK COMMITTEE MET
TUESDAY NIGHT AND DISCUSS
ED PLANS AND FINANCES.
The Island Park committee of the
City Council and Civic Department of
the Palmetto Club met Tuesday eve
ning and discussed the continuance
of the work of improvement of the
City Island and the disposition of
tne funds 011 hand for that purpose.
J. N. Gamble was present by in vita
tion and offered some good sugges
tions . Mr. Gamble has done much to
ward the improvement of the island.
Alderman Mills stated that the
dredge Klondike, which has been un
dergoing some repairs, would soon be
ready for work.
Two hundred dollars had been ap
propriated by the city council toward
tb.e work and it was decide to add
to this three hundred dollarsjrom
the fund raised at the fake carnival,
to be used in drawing in the material
last thrown out around the edges of
the island and completing the fill of
the south portion up to the southern
side of the lake.
After the deduction of this $300,
there still remains in the ladies'
hands something more than $200,
which they propose to devote to
beautifying the southern part of the
island as soon as the work of filling
it in has been completed.
W. M. MOORE LOSES
A VALUABLE HORSE.
W. M. Moore, of Ridgewood avenue,
lost one of his draught horses last
night whicn is SUpped to have
Deexi poisonea oy eating 100 neeiy
OI- Jerusalem oaK. me mare appear
ed to be all right at feeding time on
Wednesday morning, out snortiy ai
terwards was noticed by the family
to be in great distress, and
. i nA. At-iln
sne once got aown as nut tuc
get up again, auu uieu tuuuL
o'clock last night
called in but the poison had done
t A. ,
its work too wen to oe coirecteu. j
The horse had been on dry food all
winter, but the night previous Mr.
Moore had pastured both horses on
a vacant pasture near the house, and
the horse must have gotten a dose
of some poisonous herb.
FIRE DESTROYS A
NEW YORK VILLAGE.
UTICA, N. Y., March 31 Fire prac
tically destroyed the village of Still
ville, ten miles north of here, today.
Many narrow escapes from injury
were experienced. One church, the
postoffice, a dozen stores ani many
residences were burned.
COLORED FISTIC ARTISTS
FINED IN MAYOR'S COURT
Genie Gibson and James Davis, two
colored youths of Midway, became in
volved in a dispute over the purchase
of fifty cents worth of booze and re
sorted" to hard words and harder
blows to settle it.
fi,.0r Pauline, the colored deputy
of Midway, arrested the offenders and
v, hafftro Mavor Greene. Wed
lOOn. Llicm . "
rosdav morning. The mayor
tx r.n onH wrists for fight-1
o i;ncPi making their
r,0-cent whiskey look like $12 liquor j
before they got through with the af-j
fair. Davis . had two black eyes as j
a result of the fracas. j
nt," "Furnished Rooms,"
and "Table Board" p!a-
at the Daily News office.
ItUDLY BEfil 6ERI FOUND
'AMONG NEGROES AT COLUMBIA
first time the disease has
Aver been known east of
; COLUMBIA, S. C, March 31
Eight cases of beri beri, the deadly
tropical ' disease, according to doctors
tiie first ever reported east of the
Mississippi, was found today among
Beerrn f nnvirta in o rnnvint nornn
HORSE AT THE DEPOT.
, a norse oecame mgntened or an
automobile yesterday afternoon about
five oclock, at the railroad depot, and
ran away, scattering the contents of
the wagon and breaking a wheel and
tier parts of the wagon by bringing
It fin contact with a hitching post in
jfrfiit of the electric light plant.
The wagon belonged to Mr. May-
berry, of Second avenue and the
horse was owned by Charley Moore,
a coiorea man who was hauling cel
ery to the express office for Messrs
Stickler & Zeigler.
The man was on the depot platform
taking the celery from the wagon
Iwhen hte horse started and was un
able to reach the lines or check the
animal. After breaking loose from
the wagon, the horse ran south on
Ridgewood avenue and was stopped
by someone and tied in the neighbor
hood of the Pines hotel.
WILL ALSO OPERATE AN
EXCURSION BUSINESS NORTH
Capt JL. E. Ellenwood has purchas
ed of D. P. Holmes, of Norwich, N
Y., a cottage at Thousand Island
Fark, N. Y., and an excursion steamer
used during the tourist season and
will operate the boat there during the
summer and his excursion business
and ferry here in the winter season.
Mr. Holmes and wife spent the past
winter here .departing but a few
j aays ago on their return north
NOMINATED FOR CONGRESS
SOUTH BEND, Ind., Mar. 31 Wht
the republican congressional conven
tion of the thirteenth Indiana dis
trict was called to order here today
all signs pointed to the nomination
of John L. Moorman, to oppose Con
gressman Henry R. Barnhart. Mr.
Moorman is a Starke county newspa
per editor and was formerly republi
can chairman of this district.
NO TREATING AT THIS CLUB.
EAST ORANGE, N. J., March 31
Deciding to establish a precedent to
be followed by social organizations
through the country, the City Club,
of Ea.st Orange will formally begin
career tomorrow by enforcing a
rule prohibiting members from treat
ing each other. Once a year, on
"ciub night," the rule will be sus-
nnrieri The club, which formerly
v.as the Orange Club, has an attrac
ProsDect street and its
membership is composed of
prominent in society
a P .Innps. F. E. C. Ry. station
pgent at tms piace, eat uy lu ov
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! Augustine yesterday
morning on bus
iness . Mrs. Jones accompanied him
fr Palatka for a visit with
CA O i. U i
her parents in that city.
The Big Auto will make a trip to
-i.'.rvi Fridav. Leave P. O. corner
at :0u o'clock. Fare, $2.00
WAS A BRIGADIER GENERAL U.
S. A., RETIRED, AND SERVED
THROUGH CIVIL WAR.
BUFFALO, March 31 Brigadier
General John A. Tiernan, U. S. A.,
retired, died here today, after a brief
illness. General Tiernan was born
January 14, 1841, at Madison, Ind.
At the outbreak of the Civil War he
was speaker of the House in Da
kota Territory. He went to the front
as lieutenant of a Missouri reg'-
ment." Hewas retired in 1903.
General Tiernan was married to
Miss Harriet Pickett in San Francis
co in 1865. Interment will be made
in the Arlington National Cemetery.
NO APPARENT CHANGE IN
SENATOR DANIEL'S CONDITION
Senator Daniel passed a very sat
isfactory night, sleeping fairly well
and answering several questions put
to him the forepart of the night. No
change was noted in his general con
SOMETHING OF INTEREST TO
THE TRAVELING PUBLIC.
The New York and Florida Special
over Atlantic Coast Line, will make
its last trip for the season from
Jacksonville, April 6th, leaving Jack
sonville at 1:10 P. M., of "that day
This still leaves three trains daily
over the Atlantic Coast Line between
Jacksonville and New York, leaving
Jacksonville No. 86, Palmetto Limit
ed, 7:30 a. m.; No. 82, Florida and
West Indian-Limited, 8:50 a. m.; No.
80, Coast Line Florida Mail, 7:45 p.
For Pullman reservations and in-
luiuiauuu ju Lucac auu uiuci naius,
including Seminole Limited, Dixie
Flyer, Montgomery Route and South
Atlantic Limited, see W. D. Stark,
Traveling Passenger Agent, Atlantic
Coast Line with Fitzgerald & Oates,
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays
i):00 a. m. to 12:00 noon.
CENTENARY OF ADMIRAL ALDEN
Washington, March 31 Among
Eaval officers and students of naval
affairs and history there were few
to recall the fact that today marked
the centenary of the birth of Rear
Admiral James Alden who achieved
high dsitinction during his service of
over forty-five years in the United
States navy. Born in Portland, Me.,
March 31, 1810, Admiral Alden enter
ed the navy as a midshipman in 1828
Ten years later he was a member of
the Wilkes expedition which made a
tour of the world. He took part in
the naval operations of the war with j
Mexico and was one of the Farragut's!
most trusted officers at Vicksburgi
and Mobile. In his long service after!
the civil war Admiral Alden served j
as commandant or the .Mare island na
vy yard, as chief of the Bureau of I
Navigation and -as commander of the;
European squadron. His death oc-
curred in San Francisco February 6,
HOPE TO AVERT BIG STRIKE.
LONDON, March 31 Although to
morrow is the 'date set for the inau-;
guration of the great strike of coalj
miners in South Wales there is stilJ !
hope that the threatened struggle ma j
be averted or at least delayed for!
some time to come. The Miners' Fed
eration of Great Britain has taken the
matter up with the mine owners with :
a view to extending the existing agree -
ment indefinitely while negotiations
are continued for a new agreement.;
Should the negotiations be broken1
off and a general strike declared it
would mean that 200,000 miners woul
be thrown out of employment , with
the prospect that the strike would
eventually affect five times that num
ber, including railway and dock em
ployes and others dependent upon the
TWO PROMINENT SOCIETY RESI
DENTS OF TORONTO, CANADA,
MARRIED IN DAYTONA.
A pretty little romance of "Love
Young Dream" which, has Interested
the guests at The Despland for sev
eral wee"ks past, culminated this af
ternoon at 3 : 00 o'clock, in ' a qujet
wedding between William E. Radcllft
and Miss Anne Edwards Campbell
both of Toronto .Canada. ,
The bride was attired 'in a trav
eling suit of rajah silk, three-piece,
and wore a 'large black hat trimmed
in white willow plumes; she wore
white "gloves and carried a white pray
er book in her hand. The groom wa
dressed in the conventional black.
As they marched up the aisle M. P,
Campbell played Lohengrin's Wed
ding March . " ,
Standing in front of the altar un
der an exquisite arch of bridal Tosesr
with roses banked at the right and
left of them, Rev. A. J. Wilder pro-
J nounced in his impressive way, the-
beautiful Episcopal, ceremony which
made them man and wife. During
the signing of - the register, Miss
Catherine Radcliffe, sister of the
groom, played Ich Strage Meinne Vor
Wonne Stum, by Richard Straus. Id
medfately after e the " ceremony J
and Mrs. Radcllff left . on . the 4:0S
train for Toronto, via. , New York.
Only the Immediate friends of the
families were present.
Miss Campbell is a daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Samuel Campbell, of Toron
to, with whom she has been spend
ing the winter at The Despland. The
groom is a nephew of Mrs. L. M.
ONE COLORED MAN
CARVES UP ANOTHER.
John Washington and Bruce Thom
as, two gentlemen of color, became
involved in a quarrel last night and
Thomas was rather badly cut up by
Washington. The latter is under
$100 bond to appear before Justice
H. T. Titus tomorrow for a prelimi
GEM CITY QUARTETTE AT
THE CRYSTAL TONIGHT.
As will be seen by the Crystal
Theatre advertisement, the Gem City
j Quartette will sing at that amusement;
1 house tonight .
The Gem City Quartette is an all
home talent musical body, popular
with the public and never fall3 . to
attract a crowd, so go to the Crys
tal early if you wish to get a seat.
Miss Cissna has had her vacant
lot on Cedar street filled and graded.
Gem City Quartet
at the Crystal
u. J. White was in the city from
Dupcnt between trains Wednesday af-
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