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DAYTONA, FLA. L. M. WAITE. Manager
WILL OPEN JANUARY 1, 1915.
GREATLY ENLARGED. CUISINE AND SERVICE EXCELLENT
BROAD PIAZZAS ON ALL SIDES. ROOMS ENSUITE
STEAM HEAT. ELEVATOR. EVERY MODERN
CONVENIENCE. SEND FOR BOOKLET.
Summer Address: Soo-nlpl Park Lodge, Sunapee Lake, N. h.
E. P. WOODBURY
J. H. MERRITT
Proprietor and Manager
Appointments and service unexcelled. Complete in every
detail. Situated on Ridgewood Avenue, the
prettiest street in the world.
THE RIDGEWOOD ORCHESTRA FURNISHES MUSIC
New and first-class. Hot and cold running water in
all rooms. Private baths. Electric bell service
in all rooms. Rates on application.
IjK Mr. Foster
VAN NESS HOUSE
THE DAYTON A DAILY NEWS, TUESDAY, MARCH 2, 1915.
PRINCESS 1SSENA seabreeze, fla;
All Modern Conveniences .Telephones, Hot and Cold Running Water,
Steam Heat in Every Room. Dairy connected with Hotel.
Packard Car meets all trains. HENRY W. HAYNES.
yisK Mr. Foster
MRS. M. A. JACKSON,
Steam Heat, Electric LlghU, Hot and Cold Running Water In Each Room.
Rooms New and Elegantly Furnlahed, with or without Private Bath.
Two Block! from Pott Office and Depot. Garage Convenience!.
PHONE NO. 191. SOUTH RIDGEWOOD AVENUE.
Hotel College Arms DeLAND-FL0RIDA
High Altitude, Dry Air; White Help throughout; Excellent Golf
Links; Good Shell Road from Daytona. Luncheons on week days at
12:30 p. m.; dinner on Sunday at 1:00 p. m. ft Mr. Foster
ALBERT BENNETT, Proprietor
Excellent Location; unexcelled cuisine. Rooms single and ensulte,
with or without private bath.
CHAS. SUTHERLAND, Manager.
FIMK I'U )K
$1.50 and up
EVERY ROOM WITH
J. P. GLENN, Proprietor.
The Popular Beach Hotel
Under Correct Management
UtK Nr. Foster
THE BREAKERS HOTEL DAYTMKNsA nb.TS,..R0NT
Rooms with or without bath. Hoi and cold water In every room. Furnace
hent. Kitten, $10.00 weekly and np.
The Williams Hotel
Table Board Unsurpassed. Centrally Located.
Overlooking tlie picturesque Halifax River; new anil practically fire
proof. Large airy bedrooms, private baths, bell service, steam heat,
hot and cold running water, electric lights, spacious parlors.
MRS. M. A. BROWN.
111-113 Wett Fonylh Street
RESTAURANT. STEAK AND SHOP -HOUSE
Most Beautiful "Strin Room" in the Country
Chas- Wichmann, Prop. Juliua H. Froaen, Mir.
D M WINDERMERE, Rates $12.00 a Week Up.
KOSSmore inn Florida Re.ched by Aul0 hom 0r,.d.
New, with heat, electric lights and water in every room; fine bathing and fishing
Ridgewood, South and Palmetto Street
Opposite the beautiful Snider bungalows. In the prettiest part of the
city. All modern conveniences. Hot water system of heating. Cuisine
unexcelled. New England service. Attractive rates.
N. M. PURDY, Proprietor. tsK Mr. Foster
TOO MANY PRETTYGIRLS
Is it possible for a musical play to
be over-burdened with girls? One
reviewer has complained that there
are too many pretty girls in the
chorus of "The Prince of Tonight,"
and that In consequence his atten
tion was alleneated from the theme
and the principals of the attraction.
Certainly LeComte nnd Flesher al
ways contrive to enchance their offer
ings witli unusually attractive
choruses, for they realize that beauty
Is only skin deep and the girls In
"The Prince of Tonight." have also
fuiniled their qualifications in sing
ing and dancing. Tom Arnold heads
tlie important cast of principals in
this great musical success which will
be seen here Friday night, March 5th,
at the Daytona theater.
The book and lyrics are by Adams
and Hough, and the music by Joseph
E. Howard: among tlie many song
hits are "Her Eyes Are Blue for
Yale," "You're a Dear Old World
After All," "I Can't Be True So Far
Away," "Can It Be Love?" and "To
night Will Never Come Again." Much
praise has been accorded the seienlc
production which has been built with
a lavish disregard of expense.
CANADIAN DUCK SHOOTERS
PUT ON TRIAL TODAY
WELLAND, Ont., March 2. Provin
cial Constable Thomas Delaney who
with Corporal Archie and Privates
Macintosh and Kinsman, of the 44th
Canadian infantry were arrested as a
result of the international inquiry
growing out of tlie shooting of Walter
Smith and C. Dorsch of Buffalo by
the Cnnjidinji F(Mi!!org at Kprt Fr!c
on December 2S, was released last
night from Welland were placed on
Delaney is under suspension as a
' constable of the provincial police, and
1 the suspension will remain in force
! until after the trial.
! Their officers declare they believe
I the soldiers will have no difficulty In
disproving the charge of manslaughter
I when all the facts are brought out.
Late registrations: Gus Getz,
Elmer Brown, Los Angeles; Mrs.
Welsice, Milwaukee; R. Atchison,
Fisher, Arkansas; C. O. Schmutz,
Seattle, Wash.; Mrs. V. Taylor, Mrs.
Luke Clancy, Kalamazoo, Mich.; J.
C. Schultz, Pittsburg; M. D. Wheat,
Kansas City, Kan.; J. Himmelluger
and wife; Mrs. J. O. Mathers, Lansing,
NEWS OF THE HOTELS
Mr. and Mrs. B. Schubert and sou
stopped at Schmidt's over Sunday.
Tlie Schubert party was touring
through on Its way to Brooklyn,
breaking the Jacksonville run at thl3
JAPANESE PAGODA and Tea Room.
CHOP SUEY a specialty. Next to Lyric
Theater, Daytona Beach. Open day and
nloht. Telephone 149 Red.
Latest arrivals at the Ridgewood:
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Hale, Montreal,
Can.; Mrs. E. Tenermann, New York;
Mrs. D. N. Komshaven, Cleveland;
Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Johns, Haverhill,
Mass.; S. Goodmans, Mrs J. B, Lowen
berg, Norfolk, Va.; Miss H. W. Har
ris nnd maid, Providence, Ii. I.; Mrs.
A. A. Sampson, Miss Sampson, Mrs.
James F. Cowell, Miss Stow, Troy,
Recent arrivals: Mr. and Mrs. M.
ISaird, S. K. Boll, Excelsior Springs,
Mo.; Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Kapltzky,
Cleveland, Ohio; Mrs. E. P. Kapltzky,
Strushurg, Ohio; Mrs. M. R. Turner,
Fellow Springs, Ohio; Mrs. J. I). Tur
ner, Gainesville; A. B. Morse nnd boy,
Minneapolis; Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
White, Philadelphia; Mrs. M. F.
Wheeler, J. G. Wheeler, Crawford, N.
J.; S. G. Gay, Selina, Ala.; J. W.
Reach, Hornoll, N. Y.: E. G. David
son, Centerhurg, Ohio.
Early arrivals on Monday at the
Despland include Mr. and Mrs. M. P.
McLaughlin, Wakefield, Mass.; Mr.
and Mrs. D. A. Smith, Somerville,
Mass.; H. C. Bretney, Jacksonville:
Milton Smith, L. & N. railway; Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Boster, Jr., and
child, L. B. Harmish, Carlisle, Pa.;
W. F. Sheridan, New York; Ira Land
rith, Nashville, Tenn.; Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Butler, Niagara Falls, N. Y.;
Zack Wheat, Brooklyn baseball club.
Zack Wheat, the famous fence bus
ter and outfielder of the Brooklyn
baseball club, was a prominent arri
val at tlie Despland, yesterday, arriv
ing on the noon train, slightly in ad
vance of the main body of the team.
Milton Smith, assistant general pas
senger agent of the Louisville & Nash-1
ville ruilroad, is spending several days
at tlie Despland In the interests of his
road. H. C. Bretney, Florida passen
ger agent of the road, will also be at
the Despland for several days.
Frank O'Neill, who represents the j
New York Tribune, A. Curtaiar, who j
will write of the Brooklyn baseball
team for several of the New York
papers, and G. B. Underwood, of the i
Brooklyn Citizen, are quartered at j
Schmidt's for the month, or until the ,
cluh leaves here on the return from i
spring training. Mr. Underwood I;
accompanied by his wife and two
THE PROSPECT. j
Latest arrivals at the Prospect are ,
Mrs. Win. Goddnrd, Jos. A. Goddart', '
Jos. A. Goddurd, Jr., Muncle, Intl.;
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. II. Harris, Mhi- '
nenpoiis; M. E. Hall, Farmingtoii, 1
Me.; Virginia P. Tufts, Boston: Frank
Beitler, Mr. and Mrs. Hamson, New
ark, N. J.; Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Polk, i
Millersburg. Pa.; Mr. and Mrs. S. A. !
Neidich, Edgewater Park, N. J.; Mr.!
and Mrs. W. Goldys, New Haven; Mr.
and Mrs. Walter A. Corson, Plynioutn j
Meeting, Pa.; Mrs. F. D. Rinehardt, I
Miss Minnie Rinehardt, Mrs. Henry
Price, Miss Olive Price, Cresca, Pa.
OF HOTEL DESPLAND
Great Interest has been manifested
in the announcement of tlie open ten
nis tournament of the Despland hotel,
which will take place this week.
Entrants to the tournament must
notify the management of their in
tention to enter the contest by noon
of Wednesday, March 3rd. A number
of contestants are already entered in
each of the divisions, and to win one
of the handsome cups presented to
the winners by the hotel management, j
will require strenuous effort. j
Tlie champions in men's singles, j
men's doubles, ladies' singles and
mixed doubles will be determined on
tlie court of tlie Despland. Competi
tion is open to ull, and the entrance
to the tournament is complimentary.
In the elimination rounds of earl'
division, two sets out of three will
determine the winner of the match,
while In the finals, the winner must
take three out of five sets.
Mrs. C. A. Corps, Jacksonville, is
the latest guest at the Magnolia.
Arrivals of the past few days at ;
Schmidt's include Mr. and Mr3. !
Thomas II. Boardman, Harry Hunter, j
Sam Cannito, Jr., Philadelphia; W. I
A. Fiemming, Orlando; Albert Allen, i
Mount Carroll, 111.; Mr. and Mrs. P.!
Schubert, B. Schubert, Jr., Brooklyn;
Graeme Snow, L. J. Cadore, R. II.
Goodbred, J. J. Chabek, W. G. Dell,
Ed. Donald, Brooklyn, baseball club;
II. C. Cantwell, L. H. Whittier, C. L.
Fauth, C. Miller, Jacksonville; Mr.
and Mrs. D. E. Hallett, Glenn Hallett,
Sac City, la.; Mrs. A. C. Showalter.
Buffalo; C. S. Baker, Newark, N. J.;
James T. Maxwell, Philadelphia; H.
Van Hoggenstyn, East Orange, N. J.;
Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Underwood and
two children, Brooklyn; Frank O'Neill,
A. Cutaiar. New York; A. V. Bund,
Dupont; R. H. Winder, J. C. Payntor,
New York; J. Hilburn, Palatka: Mrs.
Carl Strunk, Bahamas.
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Seden, Ashland,
Ky.; Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Toreon,
Evansville, 1ml.; Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Treat, New York city, motored over
from Enterprise and had luncheon at
the Princess Issena Sunday. Miss
Nettle B. Smith and Miss Minnie
Grady of Bloomington. 111., have re
turned to the Princess Issena for the
balance of the season, after a short
visit at Palm Beach. Mr. and Mrs.
W. W. Grant, of Geneva, N. Y., are at
the Princess Issena for the balance of
the season. Mrs. A. M. Stiles, of
Henderson, Ky., Mrs. M. N. Thompson
and Mrs. U. G. Best, of Brookline,
Mass., are guests at the Princess Is
sena for the remainder of the season.
Gus Traue and Emll Stengle, Pitts
burg, Pa., and Miss Katherine Huber,
of Hartford, Conn., are guests of the
If you're at all particular have Le
Sesne do your Kodak Finishing; next
to the Merchants bank. tf 1
DREKA'S DEPARTMENT STORE
DeLAND, : : FLORIDA
NEW SPRING GOODS IN EVERY DEPARTMENT
Large Stocks to Select From
Do Your Shopping in DeLand Every Faculty lor Comfort
soVt7nktnheof "HOTEL PALM BEACH"
DON'T MISS IT!
Capacity 300. In the resort proper, adloinine- ita Im
mense neifi-hhnr. thai Roval Poincinna- rvlhrntri mp.
dens. Rolf links and gay bathing beach. Attractive to those preferring lta
delightful Informality and more moderate rates. Eaeryone asks: "Have you
been to Palm Beach?" Indian River boat lands at our dock or ret off train
nt Poinciana station. Nightly Informal dancing. Cafe. Band Concerts In
Cocoanut Grove. Cuban Uianta play ball daily. Rates about same aa Day
THE AUSTIN HOTEL
J. J. WEGMAN, H. CATTANEO, Proprietors and Managers
Try our famous Luncheons and Dinners 75c
Luncheon 12:00 to 2:00 Dinner 6:00 to 8:00
HOLIDAYS AND SUNDAYS
Dinner 12:30 to 2:00-No extra price.
HENRY SCHMIDT, Proprietor, DAYTONA, FLORIDA.
Situated on the banks of the Halifax River, one mile from Atlantic
Ocean. It has fifty rooms, single, ensuite or with bath. Sleeping rooms
are large, airy, and nearly all have sunny exposures. The cuisine and
service is admirable. Rates on application.
J. C. HOWARD. Prop.
SEND FOR BOOKLET
Centrally located with all modern improvements, Electric Lights, Fur
nace Heat, Telephone, Baths, Etc. White cooks. On the main thorouKii
fare from the depot to water front. Five minutes' walk to Postnilice,
stores, churches and places of amusement JlK Mr. Fostof
The Ivy Lane Inn
A Hight Grade House, Catering to the Most Particular People.
Central Location. Has All Modern Conveniences.
OPEN NOVEMBER TO MAY. WM. W. FOLTZ, Proprietor
TUF MARFAN Corner Volusia and Palmetto Ave
1 Had ITlVIWinil MRS. B. P. SMITH FROrUIETIlKS
Enlarged and Improved ' Steam Heat, Electric Light
Running Water In Rooms.
Within three minutes' walk of depot, postofflce, stores and ....
churches. One block from ferry and river.
The New Gables joMa
Every modern convenience and comfort. Call Bells, Hot and Cold
running water in all rooms. Steam beat. Phone 75lilue.
New House, Centrally Located.
Rates on Application.
MEW AND FIRST CLASS
Steam Heat, Electric Lights, Electric Bells
Elegant Rooms With or Without Baths. Rates on Application
MRS. I. M. MABBETTE .Proprietor. DAYTONA, FLORIDA
t-iK Mr. Footer
' Beach Street on HallUx River,
A NEW AND THOROUGHLY FIRST-CLASS HOTEL
GARAGE CONNECTED. JAS. H. BAKER A SON, Proprietor,.
Rooms single or ensulte, with or without bathe. Hot water heum.c
apparatus. Electric lights and electric bell service in all rooms. T.iMe
unsurpassed. Service first class. IjK Mr. Foster
THE OAKS HOTEL
A. R EDWARDS, Manager.
Located In one of the best sections of the city. Fresh vegetables
and fruits on the place. Excellent culslse. Call bell system.
113 North Ridgewood Avenue.
LARGE SUNNY ROOMS.
Fresh milk, vegetables and fruit on the place. Furnace heat.
RATES: $2.00 per day and up; $12 per week and up.
MRS. CELESTE HINKS. Proprietress.
Located on beautifil Ridiewood Ave.
ia the heart oi Daytoaa
Highest Standards Attractive Rates Unexcelled Cuisine
Under same management at the Oxford House, Shelter Ialand Height!. N. V
E. F. FRENCH C. G. MYERS Proprietors
Mere Hoae-hke thee Hotel-like. Retes Restoaable. H. Marshall Oirdieer.PfP
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lili a.at,aii-wit-l tuu
BEAUTIFUL HALIFAX RIVER
8. I. BURGIN end N. I. EMBRY, Prcc
(Formerly Daytona Beaen Hotel. I
Right on beach front, overlooklnr ocean. Broad verandas. First clas" ,a;
northern cooking: room with or without bath; tree bath bouse; American v- -12.00
a day and up: special weekly rate m
THE RAYMOND srl&
All modern conveniences. Furnace beat; hot and cold running
In every room; electric light and telephone; broad piaKa overlook
ocean; rooms ensuite. Terms Reasonable. F. G. STUA"-