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I EASONNo. 100
DAYTONA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, MARCH 29,1913.
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First Avenue. Daytona, Fla.
rwenty-slx lame, airy rooms, nowlv
furnished and tltted throughout with
an hospital coavf nienees. Thorough
ly equipped operutl ns roomon seeoud
floor, h or tor nis address
Phone 181.. C. C. BOMANNON. M n.
D AYTONA'S LEADING HOTEL
Every Room Electrically .Lighted, Steam
Heated and equipped with Hot and
Cold Running Water. Elevator Service
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D VIRE SERVICE IS BETTER
; 9 MESSAGES ARE
Telegram wires are working occasionally throuflh to points in the
j swept districts of Ohio, Indiana and other central states today
privats j messages are being received here by people vitally Inter
4sr& situation there. Some of th message say conditions are
cs bad is pictured, and others say the half has not yet been told.
Information sent to the local office of the Wesern Union says that
ness fo the flooded districts must . still ( bo taken, subject to Indefi
j delay, ut strenuous efforts are being made to improve the service.
:res are forking today out of Jacksonville to New York and'wires to
north find west' are working fitfully.
Indications are the situation In the flooded districts is clearing
Gruber-Morris Hdw. Co.
follows: "No more undertakers want
ed." The death list is made up
mostly of men. Few bodies of wo
men and children have beea found,
but it is feared many have been car
ried away by. the swift current.
Nation Doks Better
ATLANT I, March 29 The tem
rature is slowly rising today, , ex
;pt In thi i northern portion, and it
j believed today the fruit is not
"ariously amaged. Wires to the
r arth and st of Atlanta are still in
a paralyze? condition today.
As the titers are getting back to
rormal a mdition throughout the
Hooded dlitricts, it Is now believed
"le first reports of loss of life were
aggeratel. It ia now believed the
ramber of I dead in Dayton will be
Additional Deaths Today
ZANE3VILLE. O., March 29
Though the waters are receding to
day the oirrent is still swift in the
;iooded dlitricts." The Reggie hotel
collapsed - this morning and it ia
Jeared ihaj many refugees have been
Jellied by the falling walls. The
swift eurrint prevents rescuers from
tpproachii gv " v
The Schultze theater is tottering
sad threatens to fall. . Four bodies
were reco- 'ered here this morning.
ianesville Worse Sufferer
PITTSBURGH. March 29 Mayor
information is refused by the officers
At loast 50 ehota were fired between
midnight and 3 o'clock this morning
within hearing of the main hospital
of the National Cash Register com
pany, and it is known that five loot-1
era were killed, one a negro.
Five residences were burned this
morning, the fires being started by
natural gas. The water in the bus
iness "sections of the city has sub
sided today, but in the very low
portions of the city about a foot of
The cleaning up of basements and
the exploring of lower stories ia
buildings in the downtown districts,
searching for bodies, is being carried
on by ay large force of men.
Mayor Phillips said today: "There
will be a lighter death toll than
was at first estimated, but It is safe
to say the death list will be In the
neighborhood of 400."
Carcasses of horses and other
stock, carried away by the flood, are
now floating down the Ohio river.
One hundred undertakers arrived
here last night, attracted by the
exaggerated reports of the number
of dead by the flood. They were
2cof ield i t Zanesville says that 150 turaed back and signs were posted as
tre dead ; In that city by the flood .
-ad declares the situation in Zanes-
Dr. and Mrs. Read, who came here
recently with Mr. and Mrs. John
Henrick and have occupied with
them the J. W. Reese cottage on
Second avenue, departed today on
their return north, accompanied by
their son, Dr. W. ;B. Read of Rome,
N. Y who arrived here Wednesday
to go home with them, his father not
being in very good hearth. Mr. and
Mrs. Henrick will remain here for a
mer and two o( the latter. The
successful contestants in both games
were each presented with a beauti
tiful basket of flowers, and following
the cards very attractive refresh
ments were served.
entertained at nicely
Friday Mrs. Richard Stevens en
tertained a group of friends at a
beautifully appointed luncheon at
her home on South Ridgewood ave
nue. The attractive home was lav
ishly decorated with Easter lilies,
roses and greenery. An artistically
arranged basket of pink roses . cen
tered the -daintily laid dining ' table
where a delicious luncheon of four
courses was served at J. o'clock.
Covers were laid for , eight.
AT BRIDGE AND FIVE HUNDRED
Mrs. Graham Thompson enter
tained 20 or more ladies at cards
yesterday afternoon from 2:30 to 5
o'clock at her home on South Pal
metto avenue. Auction bridge and
five hundred were both enjoyed,
there being three tables of the for-
LAST ISSIE OF
THE DAILY NEWS
With this issue the Daytona
Daily News closes its eighth
season, and the publishers de
sire to thank the business men
and citizens for patronage ex
tended, the interest shown and
the support given in the effort
to keep Daytona on the map as
a live, up to date, winter resort
In addition to giving the
news the Daily News has en
deavored to live up to its object
of constantly boosting for the
prettiest winter resort in the
world. Whether we have lived
up to this object, we leave to
the readers to judge.
The Daily News will, appear
again at 4 o'clock the afternoon
of December 1, 1913, and will
serve the people and boost
through the season of 1913-1914.
During the meantime the
weekly Gazette-News will give
all the news of Daytona and
vicinity, and will appear every
Friday throughout the year.
NEPHEW OF ADAH SCHANTZ
DROWNED IN DAYTON FLOOD
YOUNG MAN AT ONE TIME RE
SIDED IN THIS CITY WITH HIS
PARENTS AND OTHER MEM
BERS OF FAMILY.
G. II. Ludwig is in receipt of
word of the drowning in the flood at
Dayton, Ohio, of Alphonse Mahrt,
son of Mr. and Mrs. John Mahrt and
a nephew of Adam Schantz, Mrs.
Mahrt being a sister of Mr Schantz.
Mr. Mahrt and family resided in
this city for a time some years ago
and this son was with them at the
time and is well known to many per
sons here. He was about 20 years
of age and is said to have lost his
life In attempting the rescue or a
woman and child.
ROBBERS LOOT POSTOfflCE
Ifi GEORGIA AND GET AWAY
xille Is voree than in Dayton.
i:ast 10,0)0 Zanesville persons
tomeless and the property loss
fjnount tt $10,000,000.
Cailroads Are Tied Up
CI?ieiNNATI, March 29 Secre
'iry of M ar Garrison and Major Gen
eral Wool left here this morning for
I:iyton. " Governor Cox will join
w tJn at ihat place.
Such iavoc has been wrought by
flood! in the territory north of
tiia city i railroad , traffic is practic
ed paralyzed and railroad men say
Cia situation will be no better for
tt least i few days.
THE CLARENDON NEW TURKISH AND RUSSIAN BATH DEPARTMENT is now open to the
public Hot and Cold Baths, Massage Parlors, Expert Masseurs, both Male and Female.
Special attention given to rheumatic and gouty conditions. Treatment given evenings by
THE CLARENDON GRILL open for a la carte service 10:00 a. m. until 11:00 p. m. Special
luncheons and dinners served on short notice.
. , ' . Telephone Hotel Clarendon, Seabreeze, Florida.
E. L POTTER, President W. S. KENNEY, Manager
MAKE HAUL OF $300 AND SUPPLY
OF STAMPS AND LEAVE. NO
TRACE OF THEIR IDENTITY.
MONTICELLO, Ga., March 29 -t-The
postoffice at Shadtille was
robbed last night, the robbers ob
taining $300 in money and , a
quantity of stamps. They left no
trace of their identity.
Mrs. H. A. Caswell Is expecting
this evening Mr. and Mrs. Clarence
M. Coward of Boston, Mass., who
will be her guests for a time at
her home, 125 South Ridgewood ave
WIFE TO STMT
MAN IN CINCINNATI SAYS
CONDITIONS ARE TEQIIS:
SAYS RAILROD TRAFFIC IS
PARALYZED AND THAT 5.CC3
PEOPLE ARE. STARVING AND
Advising , his .wife to stay In Day-,
tona by all means until flood con
ditions have improved, G, W. Gray,
a business man of Cincinnati and:
Hamilton, O., has written Mrs. Gray
who is now a guest at the Despland
hotel, and . in his letter says , con
ditions are worse than they "have-' .
Mr. Gray 6ays bridges s,Sif gone,
fires are out, there are J. lightjt
and that 5,000 people are.; Ramping
out, freezing and starving, Railroad
traffic is paralyzed and wire cam
munication -is destroyed. :.v .
In Cincinnati, Mr. Gray ' writes, .iali, 1
of Second " street, except, two blocks
from High street south, r is under
water, and that flood conditions.' jtre
rapidly growing worse. '; v
He says that although almost un
believeable it is nevertheless a fact
that the water is 20 feet deep tn
Linden wald. ...
Mrs. Gray will remain in Daytona
until further word from her , husband,
svsi he, conditions have improved, -r
CHATVANOOGA, March 29 The
T;inecst river continues to rise to
:y and the lower portion of the
'ty la tl reatened.
Price Complete, $35.00
U. S. No. 77 Tires, Roller Chains,
Motor Handle Bars, Mud Guards, Big
saddle and Corbin Coaster Brake.
I Will be on sale about first of March at
Gene Johnson's Cycle Shop
469 N. Beach St. Phone 142
" r.tla Snoots Lootersr-
niAM' f!ITY. f suburb" of Dayton) , i
X Mawh 29 A total of 50,000
" rvivop( of the great Dayton flood
:sed H night of terror last night,
"ted i'jy the constant shooting by
mlflia guards. Just how many
irere killed is unknown as
, , f
V'e your medicine com
fcded by a graduate reg
tftd pharmacist' only,
j 7 your prescriptions to
I'-lns and they will be.
l;iNS, The Druggist,
re Volusia Meets Beach.
I i i en
A Safe Deposit Box in our Burglar and Fire Proof
Vaults may be rented for $3.00 a year.
We have two larger sizes at $5.00 and $10.00 a
Persons closing their homes cannot afford to be
without this protection.
MOTION PICTURE COMPANY
IS BEING ORGANIZED HERE
VIEWS SHOWING THE NATURAL.'
BEAUTIES OF DAYTONA AND
VICINITY WILL BE SHOWN AJL
OVER THE COUNTRY.
A motion picture company has:
been formed here, to be incorporat
ed as the S. & R. Film Manufactur
irg company, making the "infant"
brand films. The organization is
lacked by W. S. Snead and C, W.
Mr. Randall, who has until re
cently been with the M. & C. Film
company of Indianapolis, has had
t considerable experience along this
line and is now in New York pur
chasing the necessary outfit for the
The new company will have of
fices at Evansville, Ind., and a
winter studio and offices in Daytona.
A, present a specialty will be made
of scenic views, and Daytona, with
its natural beauty, will make an
ideal location for the taking of many
interesting and picturesque views ct
Florida. It will be a big advertise
ment for Daytona and vicinity as
the pictures will be shown all over
the country. , ?
Mr. Snead will continue to manage!
the New Daytona theater and prom
ises for next season a njomber ot
excellent plays and many improve
ments in the theater building.
J. B. CONRAD, President.
S A WOOD. Vice-President.
C. M. BINGHAM, Vice-President.
F. N. CONRAD, Cashier
F. J. NIVER, Asst. Caahier
When the Stork
We have a nifty little plate
which we wantfto present
to every new white inhabi
tant born in Daytona.
Be sure and notify us when
the stork arrives.
LANIER & BAKER