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MISSING MlSSIN6MAN MlSSIN6MANWAS MAN MANS MANIVAS
WAS fOUND fOUNDLAST FOUNDLAST
LAST NIGHT NIGHTSPENT
SPENT S ALL NIGHT WITHOUT WITHOUTSHELTER WITHOUTSHELTER WITHOUTSHELTER
SHELTER ON THE PENINSULA PENINSULATHREE PENINSULATHREE PENINSULATHREE
THREE MILES SOUTH OF THIS THISCITY THISCITY T1IICITY
CITY SEEMS NONE THE THEWORSE THEWORSE THEWORSE
WORSE FROM THE EXPERIENCE EXPERIENCEJohn EXPERIENCE EXPERIENCEJohn
John Searles the old genUemaiannounced gentleman gentlemanannounced gentlemanannounced
announced in yesterdays Daily News Newsas Newtas
as missing was found in an almost almostmiraculous almostmiraculous almostnniraculous
miraculous manner by his s nephew J JP JF JE
P E Searles last evening eveningAs
As stated yesterday trie old gentle gentleman gentleman gentlenian ¬
man who is spending the winter with withhis withhis withis
his nephew J F Searles and wife wifein wifein wifen
in n the Van Dorn cottage on West VoLusia Vo Volusia VoIusia
lusia avenue started out for a walk walkabout walkabout walltbout
about nine oclock Thursday morning morningsaying morningsaying morningayong
saying he was going to the ocean oceanbeach oceanbeach oceaneach
beach Mrs Searles asked him if ifhe iile jfhe
he le would be back to dinner and he hereplied hereplied hereplied
replied that he would probably not notreturn notreturn notreturn
return until evening eveningWhen eveningWhen eveningWhen
When he did not get back by darkthey dark darkthey darkthey
they grew anxious about him and MrSearles Mr MrSearles MrSearles
Searles started out to look for him himThe himThe himThe
The only definite information he heobtained heobtained herbtained
obtained was from the toll keeper of ofthe ofthe ofhe
the South Bridge who said the old oldgentleman oldIntlemn oldentleman
gentleman had passed there at about abouttan abouttan abouten
tan en oclock on his way to the beach beachtut beachtut beachat
tut at had not returned returnedA
A colored man thought thou ht he had seen seenMm seenhim seeniim
Mm on Keatings pier later in the theday theld they
ld day y + and c1IndtP nd possibly sSifbl this may be so and andthat andat andThat
that on returning he passed the en entrance entrance enranee ¬
trance from the beach to Halifax Halifaxavenue Halifaxvenue I
venue 8 and continued southThe south southThe southThe
The lost man himself says he could couldnot couldnot couldtot
not find the road across the penin peninsula peninsula peninula ¬
sula when he started home and af after after afer ¬
ter er walking for some distance he hebecame hebecame heBecame
became tired out and very thirsty thirstylie
lie walked into the ocean and drank drankheartily drankieartily
heartily of the salt water getting gettingwet gettingvet
wet to the waist In so sodoing doing doingHe doingHe
He then made his way up the bank bankand bankand banktnd
and some distance into the scrub scrubpalmetto scrubpalmetto scrulpalmetto
palmetto and lay down to rest and andslept andlept
slept it then being just about dark darkHe darkEle
He remembers being awakened by the therain therain
rain which fell just before midnight midnightbut
but ut he was probably in a state of ofmild ofmUd ofnild
mild delirium from the exposure andalt and andsalt andsalt
salt water he had taken and did not notrealize notrealize
realize anything very clearly He re remembers ret renembers ¬
members of being fearful of meeting meetingwith meetingwith meetingwith
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with rattlesnakes but he had lost losthis lostt losthis
t his stick and concluded he would have haveto haveI
I to take his chances with the reptiles reptilesHis
he hefound hefound heround
that when
His nephew says
found him he looked like a wild man manfrom manfrom manfrom
from Borneo being soaking wet covBred cov covered covered ¬
ered with sand his face bleedingfrom bleeding bleedingfrom bl eding edingtrom
from cuts he had received on the thesharp thesharp theharp
sharp edges of the saw pelmettos and andhis andhils an anhis
his mouth covered with froth or foam foamfrom foamfrom foamrrom
from the sea water he had drankThe drank drankThe drankThe
was wasmost hasnost wasmost
The manner of his finding
most strange The young oung Mr Searlewas Searles Searleswas
was searching for him I m on his bicy bicycle hicrole bicycle ¬
cle and when heD he thinks fully fuU three threemiles threemUs threemi1es
club clubSouse club1tjUse clubs
miles south of the automobile
to dismount and andexplore andexp10re
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explore the scrub growth of the pen penimsula penfasula penWhen
he had penetrated al almost aJmost
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most half way ay across the peniiisuli peniiisulihe
he called aloud for Ids uncle and the theaid theGld theold
aid gentleman arose from t the e bushes bushnMr
at hand
After Afterbeach getting his uncle back ck to the ttiebeach thebeach
beach Mr Ir Searles Scar1 S was s la a quandry quandryas
him home but aparty a aparty aprty
as to how to get
automobile came alongand along alongand alongand
party in an n
and kindly relieved him of his chargedelivering charge chargedelivering chargedeliverIng
delivering the old gentleman to his hishome hishome hisVest
The Thepeople Thepeople
Volusia avenue
home on onpeople Vest
people in the auto would not givetheir give givetheir glyetheir
their names but both the younger youngerMr oungerMr
Mr Searles and his uncle express expressthemselves expressthemsehes expressthemselves
themselves as deeply grateful for fortheir fortheir fortheir
their kindness kindnessWhen kindnessTIlen kindnessWhen
When seen last night n1 ht by a DailyNews Daily DailyNews DIIi1yNews
News T reporter the old gentleman gentlemanwas
was toasting himself beside the stove stovein
of clothing and seem seemed seemed seemed
in a full change
ed little the worse for his tryingexperience trying tryingexperience trYingexperience
ele elements alemellts elemeats
to the ¬
experience and exposure
meats Had the night not proved provedmuch provedmuch provedffiuch
have haveperished hayeperished haveperished
much milder than usual he might
perished perishedFor perishedsuFor
Furnished Rooms RoomsFor RoomsFor RoomsFor
suFor For Rent
For Hire and Table Board pta placards piacards ptacards ¬
cards g at atthe the Dally News office tf tfg
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FITZGERALD OATESAttorneys OATES GATESAttorneys OATESAttorneys
Attorneys and Counsellors at t law lawSpecial La LaSpecIal LawSpecial
Special Facilities for Examining Examiningand
and Perfecting Land Titles TitlesOffice TitlesO1nce TitlesOffice
Office in Conrad Building B BJ 12g Jh Shone ne 1 m mC
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Seeing ISrt is is eteiving eteivingWe W Beleivm BeleivmWe ji
We say again to theskeptics the theske skeptics ticsi come in and fie fiek fieconvinced beconvinced be bec beconvinced
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convinced that we have the only safe Gasoline GasolineStove GasolineStove
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GruberMorris Hardware Company CompanyI
IIIf I If you dont trade with us we we bothlose both lase > se money moneyLo
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CLARENDON PROPOSITiONNOV PROPOSITiON
NOV NEARLY fINANCfD fINANCfDBUT
BUT 12000 WORTH OF SEVEN SEVENPER SEVENPER SEVENPER
PER CENT BONDS YET TO BE BESOLD BESOLD BESOLD
SOLD SOLDWhether SOLDWhether SOLDWhether
Whether the Clarendon will be re rebuilt rebuilt rebuilt ¬
built now depends on the people who wholive wholive wholive
live and sojourn in this community communityThe
The proposition has been financed financedwith financedwith financedwith
with the exception of 12000 of seven sevenper sevenper sevenper
per cent bonds which are yet to be besold besold besold
sold This looks easy but it isnt isntAll isntAU isntAll
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All the wealthy men who feel like likeinvesting likeinvesting likeinvesting
investing in large amounts have h ve already al already already ¬
ready done so and it now remains remainsto j jto
to dispose of the balance of thebonds the thebonds I Ibonds
bonds in small blocks and its time timefor timefor timefor
for those who want to see The Clar Clarendon Clarendon Clarendon ¬
endon rebuilt to take notice noticeSEXTUPLE noticeSEXTUPLE noticeSEXTUPLE
SEXTUPLE MURDERER MURDERERNEARS 11URDERERNEARS
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NEARS HIS END ENDBIOBCMOMD ENDRIO N
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BIOBCMOMD RIO fl rOND Va a Feb < 5 UnleTs TlnrIesSanother UnleTsanother U I sSol sSolanother
another reprieve is granted which is isconsidered isconsidered isconsidered
considered unlikely tomorrow will be bethe bethe bethe
the last Sunday on earth for Howard How Howard Howard ¬
ard Little who was convicted of the themurder themurder themurder
murder of the Justis family in Buchanan Buch Buchnnan Buchanan
anan county last September The Thesextupple Thesextupple Thesextupple
sextupple murderer is to be put to todeath todeath todeath
death in the electric chair in the theState theState theState
State prison here on Friday FridaySCOO
5000 MEN WORKING WORKINGON
ON STREETS OF PARIS PARISPARIS PARISPARIS PARISPARIS
PARIS Feb 5 5The The total fall ofthe of ofthe ofthe
the Seine today is 10 feet 6 inches inchesWhile inchesVhile inchesWhile
While hundreds of basements are arefilled arefilled arefilled
filled with water the streets are prac practically practicall prattically
tically f free Five thousand men are areworking areworking areworking
working on the streets and sewers sewersThe sewersThe sewersThe
The loss in Paris is now estimated estimatedby
by b the government officials at 180
000000 In other parts of France
70000000 loss has been sustained sustainedand
and the interruption of business will willbring willbring wille
bring the th thures e total far above these fig figures figures ¬
ures uresDISTRICT uresDISTRICT uresDISTRICT
DISTRICT ATTORNEY WILL WILLPROTECT WILLPROTECT WILLPROTECT
PROTECT COURT VICTIMS
NEW YORK Feb 5 5District District At Attorney Attorner Attorney ¬
torney Whitman of this city has es established estab1ished established ¬
tablished the novelty of having his hisoffice hisoffice hisoffice
office act as attorneys for the defenseas defense
as well as the prosecution and willplace will willplace willltce
place ltce an assistant from his office ineach in ineach ineAch
each police court to protect victims victimsand victimslutd victimsand
and see that no one is held without withoutlegal withoutlegal withoutlegal
legal grounds thereby reducing the thenumber thenumber thenumber
number of cases in the upper courts courtswhich courtswhich courtswhich
which result in dismissals He saysthis says saysthis saysthis
this action will save money by elimi elimiating eUntidng elimiating
ating unnecessary trials Similaraction Similar Similaraction SimiJaraction
action in other large cities is expect expected ¬
ed
A GOOD LAUGH ON ONA ONA ONA
A LOCAL DECON DECONA
A prominent fruit juice company companyis
is a great advertiser and is right rightto
to the front with its goods too toomuch toomuch toomuch
much so in fact sometimes as a aworthy aWorthy aworthy
worthy deacon of one of our churches churcheswill
to tothe tothe toostoffice
will tell you Mr Blank went
one morning this week weekexpecting eek eekexpecting
the postoffice p pexpecting
expecting his usual consignment of ofchurch ofchurch ofchurch
church literature He noticed a rath rather ¬
er unusual manner in the clerk who whohanded whohanded whohanded
handed out the mall and there was wasqutte wasquite wasquite
quite an audible titter in the officewhich office officewhich officethich
which called the attention of sever several ¬
al bystanders to his mail On examination examin examination examination
ation the deacon found this same samefruit samer samefruit same samefruit r
fruit juice company was presenting presentinghim
him with the compliments of the season sea season season ¬
son in the form of a handsome pat patent patent patent
ent corkscrew Of course the deacondidnt deacon deacondidnt deaconctidlt
didnt recognize reco nize the instrument instrumentb
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RIGHT RIGHTGOODS GOODS AT ATRIGHT ATRIGHT ATRIGHT
RIGHT PRICES PRICESDisposition PRICESDJSJ1QsJthntoTreat PRICESDis
Disposition DJSJ1QsJthntoTreat Dis sition to Treat You RIght RIghtt
t t Us Be Your Y Our ur Jewelers JewelersLVH JewelcrsL JewelersTI
LVH L H L ROWE O CO C
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PRINCIPAL PRiNCIPALPROPOSED j FEATURES S OF orPROPOSfD
PROPOSED NfW ARMY BILL BILLWILL BILLWILL BILLWILL
WILL PROVIDE FOR SIX NEW NEWREGIMENTS NEWEGIMENTS NEWEGIMENTS
EGIMENTS A YEAR AND OTH OTHCHANGES OTHEiR 0THE
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JASHINGTON ASHINGTON Feb 5 5The The United UnitedPress UnitedPress UnitedPress
Press is able to give today the prin prineipjp princlP principl
cipl eipjp clP features of the forthcoming forthcomingreorganization forthcomingreo forthcomingreorganization
reorganization reo Changes will be pre presented presened presensed ¬
sensed to Congress in a special bill billaccompanied binacc billaccompanied
accompanied acc mpanied presidential message messageIt
It will vlll recommend five new regiments regimentsa
a year y ar doing away with various small smalldepartments smalldep smalldepartments
departments dep rtments and the concentration ofthe 01 01the of
the army ar y in the zones and the thetraining thetraiping thetraining
training of the national guard with withthe withthe withthe
the regular army The report se severely seeverely Severely
verely censures the present system systemARMY systemARMV systemARMY
ARMY MEN OFF OFFFOR OFFFOR
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FOR THE PHILIPPINESgA PHILIPPINES PHILIPPINESFJRANCISCO
gA SAN FRANCISCO NCISCO Gal Feb F b 5 5eenth 5laa
laa nuy nineteenth te eenth n th Infantry together togetherwith togethcTwith togetherwith
with a large number of other militarypassengers military militarypassengers militarypassengers
passengers sailed for Manilla today todayon todn todnon
on the t e transport SheridanOBSERVE Sheridan SheridanOBSERVE I
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OBSERVE MOODYS BIRTHDAY BIRTHDAYAT
AT NORTHFIELD MASS MASSNORTHFIELD MASSNORTHFIELD MASSNORTHFIELD
NORTHFIELD Mass Feb 5 5Founders 5f 5Founders
f Founders Day the anniversary of ofthe orthe ofthe
the birth of Dwight L Moody the thefamous thefamous thefamous
famous evangelist will be observed observedi
i Ly > y the faculty an hundreds of stu stuients stuJents students
dents of the Moody schools Memorial Memorihlexercises Memorialexercises Iemorihlexercises
exercises will be held tomorrow tomorrowin tomorrovin
in Moody Memorial church churchLOCATION churchLOCATION churchLOCATION
LOCATION OF BIG FIGHT FIGHTDEFINITELY FIGHTDEFINITELY FIGHTDEFINITELY
DEFINITELY DECIDED ON ONSAN ONSAN ONSAN
SAN FRANCISCO Feb 5 5The The JeffriesJohnson Jef JeffriesJohnson J ef effriesJohnson ¬
friesJohnson fight will positively be beheld beheld beheld
held here according to a telegram telegramfrom telegramfrom telegramfrom
from Jack Gleason from Missoula MissoulaMontana Missoulalontana MissoulaMontana
Montana today todayyl
yl He says Rickard has acpuiesced inthe in inthe inthe
the plan and will meet him Monday Mondayto lIondato
to complete arrangementsWRIGHT arrangements arrangementsWRIGHT arrangementsWRIGHT
WRIGHT BROTHERS ARE ARENOT ARENOT ARENOT
NOT RIGHT AFTER ALL
WASHINGTON Feb 5 5Answering
suit for infringement of patents patentsbrought patentsbrought
brought by the Wright Brothers Brothersagainst Brothersgainst Brothersagainst
against Ralph Saulnier owner of a aBeleriot aBeleriot
Beleriot Monoplane Saulniers counsel coun counsel counel ¬
sel el today declared the Wright patents patentsinoperative patentsinoperative
inoperative because they the cannot fly flyin flyin
in the machine built according to totheir totheir totheir
their specifications ns The machine in inwhich inwhich inwhich
which the Wrights fly he says is istotally istotally
totally different from the one on onwhich onwhich onwhich
which they secured patents patentsAUTOMOBILE patentsAUTOMOBILE patentsAUTOMOBILE
AUTOMOBILE PARTY ISPLANNING IS ISPLANNING 15PLANNING
PLANNING ANOTHER TRIP TRIPMrs TRIPIrs TRIPMrs
Mrs E E Burns and her cousin cousinMiss cousinMIss cousinMiss
Miss K Haeker who recently re returned returned returned ¬
turned from a tour to Jacksonville Jacksonvilleby
by b way W8 of Tampa in Mrs Burns E EM ElI EM
M F Car with Earl Williamson Wi1li mson as asdriver asdriver asdriver
driver are contemplating a similar similartrip similartrip similartrip
trip to Miami next week weekOn weekOn weekOn
On the past trip which took them themnine themnine themnine
nine days they the found the roads in invery Invery invery
very fair condition and had a very veryenjoyable Ter Terenjoyable veryenjoyable
enjoyable tour They went to Tampa Tampaby
by way of DeLand Orlando and andBartow andBartow andBartow
Bartow and on the return visited visitedOcala visitedOcala visitedOcala
Ocala Gainesville Jacksonville andSt and andSt
St Augustine AugustineMr
Mr Ir Williamson has a map of theroute the theroute theroute
route to Tampa issued by b the auto automobile 8utomobile automobile ¬
mobile club of that city which he hewill hewin hewill
will be glad to submit to any an parties partiescontemplating partiescontemplating partiescontemplating
contemplating the trip and also fur furnish furnish furnish ¬
nish them with any information whic whicmight whicmight whitmight
might be of assistance to them themt1
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NEVILLE H CLARK CLARKOPTOMETRIST CLARKOPTOMETRIST CLARKOPTOMETRIST
OPTOMETRIST OPTOMETRISTEYES OPTOMETRISTe OPTOMETRISTS
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CHICAGOS CHICAGOSSll BIG BIGAUTOMOBILe BIGAUTOMOMLE
AUTOMOMLESHOIYOPENSI AUTOMOBILe AUTOMOBILeSUOW
SHOIYOPENSI SUOW Sll OPENS
100000 SPENT ON DECORATIONALONE DECORATIONS DECORATIONSALONE DECORATIONSALONE
ALONE 250 MANUFACTURERS MANUFACTURERSARE
ARE REPRESENTED IN THE THEe THEDISPLAY THEDISPLAY
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DISPLAY DISPLAYCHICAGO DISPLAYCHICAGO DISPLAYCHICAGO
CHICAGO Feb 5 5Chicagos ninth ninthannual ninfhannual nintTannual
annual automobile show representing representingthe
the results of months of hard work on onthe onthe onthe
the part of manufacturers and deal dealers dealers dealers ¬
ers and the expenditure of nearly
100000 in decorations alone was op opened opened opened ¬
ened to the public today to remain remainthe remainthe remainthe
the center of interest for automobile automobileenthusiasts automobi1eenthusiasts automobileenthusiasts
enthusiasts during the whole of the thecoming thecoming thecoming
coming week weekThe weekThe weekThe
The Coliseum the Coliseum Annexand Annex Annexand Annexand
and the First Regiment t Armory house housethe housethe housethe
the show which comprises the most mostmagnificent mostmagnificant mostrnaa
magnificent rnaa iificent exhidition of automobiles automobilesand
and assessories ever essembled here hereThe hereThe hereThe
The show is the only large exhibition exhibitionto
to be held in America this season in inuhich inhich inwhich
which manufacturers of licensed and andindependent andindependent andindependent
independent cars display their proiucts pro products products ¬
ducts under the same roofs Two Twohundred Twohundred Twohundred
hundred and fifty manufacturers are arexepresented areI arerepresented
represented I in the display of motor motorcars motorcars motorcars
cars motorcycles parts and accesso accessories accessories accessories ¬
ries riesThe
The decorative scheme adopted this thisyear thisyear thisyear
year is as unique as it is pleasing pleasingThe pleasingThcCo1iseumvhich
The ThcCo1iseumvhich Coliseum which is the main ex exhibition exhibition exhfbition ¬
hibition hall has a forest settingwith setting settingwith settingwith
with giant gi nt pine trees and a wealth wealthJL
JL magnificent foliage foli age The colis coilsum coliseum coliseum ¬
eum Annex has been fitted out as a arose arose arose
rose garden while a rustic atniospher atniospherhas r rhas
has aas been provided for the First Reg Regiment Regiment Regiment ¬
iment Armory ArmonyALLENS ArmonALLENS Armory4LLENS
ALLENS MINSTREL SHOW SHOWDREW SHOWDREW SHOWDREW
DREW LARGE CROWD CROWDA
A G Allens minstrels gave anexcellent an anexcellent nnexcellent
excellent performance here last night nightin
in their big tent pitched on the showrounds show showgrounds showgrounds
grounds just west of the depot depotThe depotThe depotThe
The popularity of this minstrel minstreltroupe minstreltroupe minstrelroupe
troupe was shown by the fact that thatnotwithstanding thatnotwithstandIng thatnotwithstanding
notwithstanding the chilly atmosphere atmospherewithout atmospherewithout atmospherewithout
without there was no frost in the thetent thetent theent
tent the performance being well pat patronized patronized patronized ¬
ronized by an appreciative audience audienceNo
No doubt the tent would have been beenover beenover beenever
over crowded had better weather pre prevailed prevailed preFailed ¬
vailed vailedAllens vailedAllens FailedAllens
Allens Minstrels have showed here hereseveral hereseveral hereSeveral
several previous seasons and always alwaysto
to o good crowds the big canvas the theater theater theter ¬
ater ter being filled to its utmost capac capacity capacity capacity ¬
ity
HOBBLING ON CRUTCHES CRUTCHESAT
AT NEW ORLEANSNEW ORLEANS ORLEANSNEW ORLEANSNEV
NEW ORLEANS Feb 5 5Six Six racesranging races racesranging racesranging
ranging in distance from five to twen twentyfive twentyfive twentyfive ¬
tyfive miles are to be decided inthe in inthe inthe
the Mardi Gras race meeting here heretoday heretoday heretoday
today Motorists from all over the theland theland theland I I
land are here including Ralph De Palma Pal Palma PalmI
ma the famous track and road rac racing racing racing ¬
ing driver who makes his first appeaante appea appeaance appeaance
ance in competition since one of his hislegs hislegs hislegs
legs were broken on a race track in inDanbury inDanbury inDanbury
Danbury Conn last summer De DePalma DePalma DePalma
Palma is still hobbling around on a acane acane
cane caneBILL caneBILL caneBILL
BILL INTRODUCED TO ADD ADDADDITIONAL ADDADDITIONAL ADDADDITIONAL
ADDITIONAL ARMY OFFICERS OFFICERSWASHINGTON OFFICERSWASHINGTON OFFICERSWASHINGTON
WASHINGTON Feb 5 5Regular ar army army army ¬
my commissions for National Guards Guardsmen ¬
men is provided for in a bill intro introduced introduced introduced ¬
duced today by Senator Cummins Itprovides It Itprovides Itprovides
provides for 675 additional officers to tothe tothe tothe
the Regular Army and the President Presidentis
is empowered to appoint onethird of ofeach ofeach ofeach
each grade in this increase form formthose formthose formthose
those who have been National Guard Guardofficers Guardofficers Guardofficers
officers for at least ten years yearsMrs yearsIrs yearsMrs
Mrs Sparkman and Miss Bryan Bryansisters Bryansisters Bryansisters
sisters of Mrs T F Williams who whohave whoha whchave
have ha ve been visiting her left in com company company cornpany ¬
pany with Mr Ir Williams yesterdaafternoon yesterday yesterdayafternoon yesterdayafternoon
afternoon for Sanford by automobile automobileMrs
Mrs Sparkman continued her journey journeyto
to Tampa her home town Miss Bry Bryan ¬
an will return here with Mr ir and Mrs MrsWilliams MrsWilliams MrsVilliams
Williams and the children today 01 01tomorrow ortomorrow oftomorrow
tomorrow
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DR C DeW AKE
AKEDentist Dentist DentistOffice
Office Hours8O Hoars Hoors8roto480 Hoors8roto480Office 830 to 480 480Office 430Office
Office South Beach Street Oppo Opposite Opposite Opposite ¬
site City Hall
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BATTLE BA TTLf TODAY TODAYII Y YIN
II IN CAPITAL CAPI1ALOFa OF OFREVOLUTIONISTS orNICARAGUA P L
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NICARAGUA NICARAGUAREVOLUTONISTS
REVOLUTIONISTS REVOLUTONIS TS ADVANCING ON ONTHE ONTHE 0NTHE
THE CITY OF MANAGUA AND ANDWILL ANDWILL t tWILL
WILL PROBABLY ARRIVE BE BEFORE BEFO BEFORE
FORE FO E NIGHT NIGHTBLUEFIELDS NIGHTBLUEFIELDS NIGHTBLUEFIELDS
BLUEFIELDS Nicaragua a Feb FebDreading FebDrebdii1g s srrreding
Dreading that the great bale baleif ba l f t tliu tliuNiuiivngnaii tIluicnrtgmL11 lioNica
Niuiivngnaii Nica aguaii revolution may 1J be e fought foughttoday ftJug hf hftoday t ttoday
today in Managua the capital the theadministration theadministration theadministration
administration army has been fall falling falling faiIing ¬
ing back though fighting desperate desperately ¬
ly since the revolutionists began to tCadvance toadvance tQadvance
advance from Acoypa A oypa The revolu revolulionists revolu1ionists revolu revolutionists
lionists are now but twenty milesfrom miles milesfrom milefrom
from the capital and reports say that thatthey t tthey
they have been successful in fighting fightingEver
ever sincethe since the advance begun It is isexpected isexpected Isexpected
expected that they will reach Mana Managua Managun Managua
gua this afternoon afternoonTARIFF afternoonNfY afternoonNEY
NfY TARIFF Bill PASSED PASSEDBy
By GERM REICIISIA6CONVENTIONAL REICHSTAG REICHSTAGGRANTS
GRANTS CONVENTIONAL TARIFF TARIFFTO °
TO THE UNITED STATES IN RE RETURN RETURN RETURN ¬
TURN FOR AMERICAN MUNIir1UM MINI MINIMUM MliNilMUM
MUM MUMBERLIN MUMBERLIN ir1UMBERLIN
BERLIN Fb 5 6A A bill embodying embodyingthe
t tthe1
the the1 9w 1V tariffs tanir f aEBange 8llin aRra q rtg eiit eiitUnited tt pit t e eUnited eUnited
United States was passed by byReichstag eReichstag e eReichstag
Reichstag today The bill grants the theconventional theconventional theconventional
conventional tariff to the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States in return for the American Amaricauminimum Amaricanminimum Americanminimum
minimum minimumFIFTEEN minimumFIFTEEN minimumFIFTEEN
FIFTEEN PRETTY GIRLS GIRLSWILL GIRLSWILL GIRLSWILL
WILL SING TUESDAY TUESDAYThe
The fifteen chorus girls with withManhattan the thelIanhattan th e eManhattan 4t
Manhattan Opera Company which will willsing wiUsing winsing
sing Fra Diavolo at the operahouse opera operahouse operahouse
house on Tuesday night February 8 8are 8are 8are
are said to be the prettiest girls thathave that thathave thathave
have appeared in the South this season sea season season
son with a musical show The Man Manhattans Manhattans Manhattans ¬
hattans always did carry a good com company company cornpany ¬
pany and according to the Jacksonvi1Ie Jackson Jacksonville Jacksonville ¬
M
ville TimesUnion the Manhattans o of
1910 are better than ever It has hasbeen hasbeen hagbeen
been a long time since Daytona hasheard has hasheard huheard
heard a company of the calibre of olthe ofthe ofthe
the Manhattans and credit for bring bringing bringing bran g ging ¬
ing this excellent company here be belongs belongs beLongs ¬
longs to Messrs Snead and Weitz WeitzIt VelbIt
It is expected that the patrons of the thetheatre thetheatre thetheatre
theatre will rally to the support of ofthe otthe ofthe
the theatre management and through throughtheir throughtheir throughtheir
their patronage of the opera prove to tothe tothe tothe
the theatre management that their
efforts to give the Daytona people peoplesomething peoplesomething y ysomething
something good ood are appreciated No Nocompany Nocompany Nocompany
company ever received the flattering flatteringnotices flatteringnotices flitteringnotices
notices from the Southern press as ashave ashave ashave
have the Manhattans and their appearaace ap appearance appearance ¬
pearance here will fate e the s sigaal al for fora
a warm reception to Mr saes ajt D t artists ar artists ¬
tists t16tsBASE tistsBASE I IBASE
BASE BALL GAME GAMENEXT GAMENEXT GAMENEXT
NEXT WEDNESDAY WEDNESDAYAmong WEDNESDAYAmoD WEDNESDAYAmong
Among AmoD the amusement offered offer eel tMpublic the thepublic tklPpublic
public next week eek will be a base ball ballgame bG bGgame x812game p
game between the Daytona team aa aBthe and andthe < d dthe
the Rollins College club clubThis clubThis
0 0This
This game will be played Wednesday Wednesdayafternoon Weclnesd Weclnesdafternoon Wednesdayafternoon
afternoon at Harrisons Park aod aiaadShould aodshould ad adahould
should form quite an attraction for formany formany formany
many of the visitors in the city whoare who whoare whoa
are a re interested in the national game gameCHURCH gameCHURCH gameDruggisL
CHURCH Druggist DruggistPhone
Phone 37 37BREAK 31BREAK 37BREAK
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Ounce ante o of Prevention PreventionRemedy PreventionssRemedy PreventionRemedy
Remedy RemedyThe
The new and short treatment for forColds forColds forColds
Colds and Grip GripPrice GripPrice GripPrice
Price 25 centsPhone cents centsPhone centsPhone
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