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SSVENI H SEASON No. 46
DAYTONA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 25, 1912
15 Cezts pier l7esi
W. It WRIGHT :: :: v
ishing Tackle gene johnson-s
First AreaM, Daytooa. Ft.
Twenty-ix 1i-kh, airy rooms, newly
famished J)1 fitted throughout with
1 vequipped operating room on seoond
floor. Tor terms address
Pbostt 181 C. C. BOMANNON, M. D.
; Make ur 'sriMW"-
Stot v - fc.U'Rpwe & Co.
Refcrca Cf EWILJrs
aigns . ...... j. .
Only first quality well cured to.
taacco osed. ,
Vet Cave, Manufacturer ,
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221 MAGNOLIA AVENUE
AT GIVE-AWAY PRICES
Everybody dytowa nopic
FOOT OF CENTRAL BRIDGE.
& ftv, if-
OEMS OF CONGRESS WILL
BE HERE TOMORROW WNIKG
10 jffllU M SPECIAL TRAIN
m remain r ox two hours
VISITORS WILL HAVE BREAK
FAST AT CLARENDON AND BE
ENTERTAINED WITH RIDE IN
The in ambers of cangreas and
other dig i&tarlea from Washtogton.
who have been attending the 4ig
Over - celebration at Key West
and fiae w on their way back 10
the capital, will be in Daytona ait
1 o'clock ornorrow morning awl re
mato here for a little over two hours.
'I he vu r l-ors will toe entienatoed
with speoi.nl comipLimeiiitaTy. breakfast
at the Hol Clarendoo, being tafcen
o tne each iin aittamobiiea iaa
mediistely after their arrival on the
special train, aiad tomeaiutely foi
auz thr oreakfaei they wll lie
taken, for- aa autoniobe ride on the
THJUK-Dsula, ua the beach, through the
ot tlii! se tiu of the couaiiry as the
time wi.1 i eruix.
't here U be about 30 pereons
in the pai ty, some or the memoeis
having tal tot a route around from
Key Wes4 to Tampa and north by
rail from lhat place.
beilevinj the visit of these prom
inent men to Daytona. at thaa time
ffi a &iilfeiLdid oDDortunjty to
show Dayioaa off to advantage and,
a Kood cbsuace to advertJ&e the cty , "eu lbb uajo uus iurc
the mattir has been taken mi hand arrival of the aeropdauiie with which
th hiteiitT committee of. tihe'the patnger carry tag flht are
T' , 'traA ua h viRUora will
iaTshown aa good a ttme as possibue
TLTi: nhAfev Arranemeats
v . a Kan -,A fr.r Antonio-
ZZ - rhTMrt v I
i., . Aharsre of
' .rpi9l! prank C.ark. on the
Tr , ho, .riav avin,? in
rlr :i t .rv.i ovm iiooh
1 Jf,,L.trir h iuima t.me dur-
f .1. . i v,,w,, u; ut ho
"'Xn? rrT r -
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5. ";r." .t., ;r lv t
7 o'clock. ;
CGSFEREIXE WILL CONSIDER
ALL PHASES OF CHILD LABOR
ALMOST EVERY STATE IN THE
UNION WILL; BE REPRESENTED
IN GATHERING OF usleuhim
AT LOUISVILLE. J '. ; '
ininstlLLE. Ky.. Jan.. 25 Dele
gates fron the child labor commit
tees of a most every eate in the
Union art here to attend the eighth
aicumal o .tiierouoe of child labor,
which wii open this even-mg utwier
the &pit es of the National ChAW
Labor canrnWee. Morniue. after
noon and e vein Jig se63ks will 'be
held Friday aad Saturday, and the
cauferfciac will come to a close
, Sunday sfternoon with a monster
mass inciting, which will bo Pre"
sided ove by ex-Governor Wilson.
The s abject for discussion at
this meat jog w?il be "The American
r.hjid Rxi ikiiitaition vsu Education,
.,nA ctaco Via ih,p sirheduied to be
delivered by Senator William E.
TWah idaiho. John Mitchell, for
mer pres dent of the United Mia
Wrlmra rl' Amwriua.: Dr. E. T.
vine of Hew York, and Hon. P. P
Claxton, U. S. commissioner of edu-
caitikm. . 1
The regular session of the con
frmuM rtiill he addressed by mainy
promiaeti. educators, philaintbropisls,
and sockCog&ts, tacuudin Ur. enx
Aer, irs. Florence Kelley, igeo
, erai seer Jtary of the National Con
aamers Jetigue: Dr. L. P. Ayres of
the Sag foundation; Prof. Samuel
Lindsay,? and Hon. C. S. BarreU-
The smbjects concernSng child la
bo that'wSi be dealt with include:
The efficiency of the elementary
sohool as a foe to chfcd Oabor: the
reeiil.-.tkiii nf the Btreet trades with
refereince to child labor; industrial
training ;cd vo;al guidance; the u.i
TeascniKe industrial- burden im
and children: the
r"l..tV.Ti rf the rur a.1 school arid
child lator re.orm; compulsoiT du
catico, a id federal aid to edu?:a. o.i.
If it were possible for you to
f'sid bett jr kodak finishing thajn that
done at the Jungle Studio you would
find it at the Junigle Sludio.
We G vc You Prompt and
Phone Us Your
We Are Glad to Serve You.
HANKINS, The "Druggist,
YYhei e Volirsla Meets Beach
. ., Telf prions 69
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MAKES FIRST FLIGHT TODAY
FR0SI BEACH NEAR CLARENDON
DAILY FLIGHTS WILL BE MADE
FROM BEACH WHEN WEATHER
PERMITS DURING THE NEXT
the spCemiid 00
by tbe faonod4
xJaytona beach as em av&atisaa field
and determined to start ' the flying
exhibitions which are to be given
here during the remoimdeT of the
wkuer. W. StarliiD BurgeB, the
noted aeroplane builder and aviator,
was scheduled to inake the first, -Ol
the series of flights on the beaoh
near the Hotel Clarendon today. t
Mr. iioo-gese, vogetner wow Ma.
Burgess and Patrick Grant, son of
Juoge norert urant 01 tiosion, mas
to be made from the beach. The big
biplame arrived - yesterday and was
imonodiately taken to the tofltkgar
near the Olarendon. assembled and
made ready far the first flight today.
The aeiopiane win be here for two
months, and. weather permiUlBig,
will make daily Wights from ,th
beach, carrying passengers.
The biplane, whicth is named "The
Moth." to be u
to noted one. being the one used
by Harry Atood to his famous
coiiry lUJihts from Boston- to
Washlnetoo last July. At that time
At wood made a lamdimg at the White
House beiore the president. . Later
"The Moth" was wrecked to a se
vere Ltorm but was later repaired to
time to take .part in the epoch-mak
toe hvdronlame flights and naval
maneuvers otf Martblehead last fall.
The machine is a 40-horse power
binlane with 40-feet wtog spread
driven by twin screws and carries
crew of two. She is a sister ma
chine of the famous No. 29, which
piloted by Lieut. Tom Milling', won
the trl-titate flight and ?5,000 prize
im New Ensrlamd last summer and
later the world's passenger endur
a.Tiee record at Nassau.
Beeiii'niai'e tomorrow the machine
will be niloted tor Philip W. Page,
1'ir.pnfied Dilot of the Aero Olub of
America, and one of the Burgess
citaff of aviators.
The flights each day will be made
at irw 4 Ma and all persons are
warned to keep out from under the
aeroplane when it is flymg over
the beach, to prevent the possibility
FOUND ROADS GOOD BETWEEN
THIS CITY AND TITUSVILLE
Chas. A. BosCey. a Daytona. visitor
for the past two months, left here
Wednesday morning in. a Cutting
rar for Miami. Mr. Bosley agreed
n furnish this office with toforma
tion as to the condition of the roads
at, v. frwiiTi rl thm and his first card.
written from Titusvuue, is Mveu unr
with. j .
"Arrived here (Titusvuie; at j-i
used no chains. They are working
the roads now at places between Oak
Hffll and Tltusvilie. Am leavwrns w
Fort Pierce and Palm Beach at
We are Agents for the
Mineral Spring Company s
Put up in 1-2 gallon bottles,
12 to case. Unsurpassed in
purity. Contains no organic
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1 MWI I
CHURN'S BIG MINSTREL SHOW '
PLEASES DAYTONA AUDIENCE
BIG HOUSE GREETS PERFORMERS
at their annual appear
Ance at dytona theater
To the best house of the season
to date the Ooburn ininstreLS made
merry last night and the show
The Coburn &how la s&em, here so
Often.' that in a way people feel the
show'- and the performers are a pant
of the town, and whean the curtain
goes up on the first pa'nt there ia
always- a hasty review of the per-1
formers to fiiad familiar faces. This
year found an almost entirely new
cast. Of the sineers Leslie BaiTy.
the interlocutor, and Allen SettCe, a!
black face performer of last season, 1
the bandmaster, George Brandmain.
the Mantell brothers with their mart-
oaiette hippodrome aaid Tom Pct J
who is one of the principal come-1
dians and who very ably fiuls ther
Biace Of Hi Tom Ward of last Sea-
iuu, tmui xuea sonte, are the onay
performers that have ben. with the
show in the past several seasons.
Charley Gano, the other prime iule
comedian is a success and his work
stands out well ail through the per
Owing to necessary repairs that
had to be made to the Ooburn Pri
vate cars in St. Augustine, the
company was late in getumg here
and greatly inconvenienced in net
ting ready for the parade and the
performance, owing: to the fact tha.
all trunks amd properties had to be
handled several times over in mak
ing the chainge. The car arrived
here late last evening.
iAnother performance will be Riven
this evening and with those who at
tended last evening boostiaie aOl day
another big house will no doubt greet
me periormers this evening.
JOB FOR JULIAN MACK
WITH COMMERCE COURT.
WASHINGTON, Jan. 25 Chief Jus-
White of the United States au-
preme court today designated Julian
Mack of Chicago to serve five years
as Judge of the United Staiies com
DUKE DRIVES ENGINE
LEAVING NEW YORK.
NEW YORK. Jan. 25 The Duke of
Connaught and party left this city
party lett this cuty
for Washington this morning. His' on Bloomingdale avenue today. Many
Royal Highness drove the big e!ec-Uoos of grain were destroyed and W.V.SIUXUTON, Jan. 25 The
trie mogul engine from the term inal j several firemen had narrow escapes ; ceu.sius bure.ui report on cottm, is
to Manhattan Junction with the en- from death. The watchman was su-d today, shows a (o'al of 14,!H7,-
gineer standing close by to case nfibndlv ta lured. The loss amounts
: SEiVBKEIOT, FLOUI1XV
WELL TRAINED HORSES WITH RIDING INSTRUCTORS.
Telephone Livery Agent
There are three methods by which you
can use this bank Eor the 1 safe
keeping of your money.
First: The convenient Checking Account,
which enables you to issue checks for pay
ments, and provides you with a receipt for
Second: The Savings Account, which adds
compound interest to your principal, and
creates your working capital.
Third: The interest-bearing Certificate of
Deposit, a negotiable security, issued at any
You can use one or more ol
these methods to advantage.
A. D. McBRIDE. President.
J. B. CONRAD. Vice-President.
Take a slant at our window and see the Canalougie Bird, Captured
on the Isles of Sierra Magundi, truly a specimen.
Gruber-Morris Hardware Co., isb
If you dont trade with us we both lose money.
IMPERIAL FAMILY AT PEKING
NOW IN DESPERATE STAIIS
REPORTED THAT IMPERIAL SUP
PORTERS HAVE SECRETLY DE
CIDED TO SEEK THE
SHAMrHAI, Chuaa, Jaa.t 24 The
struggle between Presidemt Suoi Yat
Sen and Premier Yuan. Shi Kai for
supremacy m Chma ta causW16 I)(-
"tical terror throughout the empire.
The imperial family at Peking is
mtraiiv im. d(nfr.nt strairta a.rul tn.iv
be forced to abdicate because of
the inability to raise funds. Troops
are being massed in Peking.
It is reported the monarch leaders
secretly decided today to urge
Japan to assist to putting down the
FIRE DESTROYS BUILDING
IN THE HEART CF CHICAGO
BU RNS "TfflB ' FIRE;
CHICAGO, Jan. 25 The five story
building of the Orreil Wall Paper
company on La3te street was des
troyed by fire this morning and a
number of firemen had narrow es
capes from death or injury iby the
falliiae walls and au explosion in
the basement. The loss is $250,000,
and the damage to adjacent build-:
bring the total loss up to
Explosion Wrecks Plant
(MIIPAGO. Jan. 25 Exnlosioai and
'fire wrecked the Acme malting plant;
BRANCH OF THE VOLUHIA COUNTY HANK
OLIPHANT HITCH IS MARRIED
WEDS LILLIAN M. NEWCOMB
COUPLE STEALS MARCH ON
FRIENDS BY SLIPPING OVER
TO DELAND TO HAVE CERE
Quietly slipping over to DeLand
'Wednesday evening, wi.hout asking
the special consent of a uunnber of
friends, who thought they should
haAe ueon lot in on the dittle se-!
crel, Oiiphaa.it Allen Hitch of First!
avenue, this city, and Miss Lilliam
Maibel Newcomb o Clearwater, Fla.,
were united in marriase 'by Judge J.!
Lee McCrory at the county seat. I
-MLss Xewcoinb came to Daytona I
uuraig uie summer, tone is not quite
U1 "-c i.tcuci ue dent to furnish congress with an
sent to the nianvage. Oiuliajit Hutt-li , iteiniaed staitement of the cost of
lb the sn ol Mrs. Xaanie J. H;tch oocupatkn of the PhUippiinea passed
oi ta.st avenue, and the couple wtil;,tlMJ hmme 4oday aind it is believed
make thew- home there, he trip was the .j wiu be more that 500,000,
iu;ide to Dcljcund w.th Mr. and Mrs. 1 (xio
K. L. Rubiaihon iia their Huick ma-i "
chine, they being the oiity persons i
present at the ceromouy. Mr. Hitch's .
'numerous friumlo are busy today ;
shovveri-ng hiui with congratnlatio: s. I
He is in the employ
of the Auto
DAILY STOCK MARKET REPORT.
NEW YORK. Jan. 25 Stocks op
ened gen ially steadier and a shade
higher with Canadian Pacific ffcve-
eixhUio up and Hill stocks stiow.oj
am advance of three-eighths. Cottoa
was two to three lower ori cable re-
ports and local setting, later rally ins!
sio.Uy. .huch wi:s quoted at $9.42:
and May at .";.
Stocks closed firm with good ad-'
vance-i. Cotton and Oil were one audi
a hair points higher wu.h St. I'aiu
stvfn-pi." nils iin.
Wheat Shade Lower-
CHICAGO. Jan. 25 Wheat op
ened a shade lower a.nd dull with
May quoted at $1.00 Provisions
. i w ere lower wjLIi May pork at ?1G.3i,
lard $!t.50, rKw $S.S0. lloiss
live lower and cattle weak.
TO HAVE 100 MEMBERS.
! BERLIN. Jan.
count of ballots
us I s-Ii'.ueu tlie s(x;;a.!js!s will nave
over 1'm niriiilx rs of the re'ehstag,
whicli wi'l be on-vened February 7.
r.FKisiis rurpau report
nM cupdi v nc rnxxriN
' OSS as th- Miifjily for the four
i nionUis cndiing December
I""p3$? " " r
REPORT IS MADE. TO HOUSE
BY MAJORITY OF COMMITTEE
REPUBLICAN MEMBERS EXPECT
ED TO FILE MINORITY RE
PORT AND DEBATE WILL BE
WASHINGTON, Jan. 25 The
democratic members of the ways and
means committee today reported to
the house the steel hl cutting the
existing duties on steel and iron
from 30 to 50 per cent.
The repuiblic&n members are ex
pected to file a minority report and
the debate to the house will likely
The Cox ,bai casing on the presi-
STREET FIGHTING IN LISBON
WITH MANY PERSONS KILLED
TROOPS ARE BEING MASSED FOR
FEAR THERE WILL BE VIOLENT
CLERICAL UPRISINGS SUNDAY.
LISBON, Jan. 25 Serious 6treet
fighting between mobs of clericals
and. republicans have been taking
place at Vizieu today. Many have
been killed on both sides and scores
have been wounded.
Troops have -been massed to, the
feaj: there will be violent uprisings
CARDINAL FARLEY IS
NEW YORK, Jan. 25 With pomp
and ecclesiastical ceremonies rarely
equalled in America Cardinal Far
ley was today enthroned as cardinal
at St. Patrick's Cathedral. The cen
tral figure in the enthronement was
the venerable Cardinal Gibbons. "
" GOVERNOR OF GEORGIA.
ATLANTA, Jan. 25 Shortly after
noon today Joseph Brown took the
oath and was inaugurated governor
of the state of Georgia for the
second time. John Statou aigain be
comes president of the senate. The
special session of the legislature ad
journed this afternoon.
NO PARDON FOR PHELPS
MUST DIE IN MORNING.
BOSTON. Jan. 25 Governor Foss
today refused to pardon Murderer
Silas Phelps, who muat die in the
electric chair .shortly after midnight.
He will be killed by Deputy Sheriff
"THE BLUE MOUSE" HERE
NEXT SATURDAY NIGHT,
"The Blue Mouse," the lane Clyde'
Fitch's last farce, is described as aj
play that will irrestably sweep the,
country on account of its stroma ap-j
peal to those who like laughter, and,
that means everybody. It has been ai
sensation in Germany, and for over!
a year captivated New York. E. J. j
Carpenter, who is direotiaig the toari
of the play, assures a competant)
production and cast. The piece j
comes here tor the im xsme at ine
New Daytona theater Saturday mfeht.
F. N. CONRAD. Cashier
F. J. MVLR. Asst. Cashier,
OPINIONS ARE EXPRESSED BY
SUBSCRIBERS TO DAILY fES
TOURISTS OBJECT TO THE SUG
GESTION - THAT VISITING AU
TOISTS SHOULD HELP PAY
FOR THE ROADS. ;
Editor Da My News: Should viav
iting autoi&ts build Florida roads-? No,
because they are guests of this
country, they are invited here by
broadcast adverttisimg through, the
north and west, they get whttt they
come lor, a charmtog climate, itoe
roads aad a most oetuitifui enviroov
mernt, provided W'ith a large awunbar
of excellent hotels, churches, uohoote,
oiubs, places ot amiusemeiQit,20 mites
of graiuodiuhic sidewaJkB eud tiie
most beautiful street in Che world,
sliiaded by the original random trees
or the primeval forest as they stood
before the citty was laid out. Ia tibia
respect Daytona haa a distinction, all
j;s own, to. a class by itself, atod
diiffe remt from amy other town 4n
Many of your tourists come from
cities where nuamy (mil lions, have been
expended upon public parks cantata- -tog
thousands of trees exactly alike
and 6et out with anathemattoad
They drive througih Daytona'a .
beautiful and unique streeta . and
say "this is the prettiest thing I
have ever seen on two couttoeota
and I have been everywhere.' That
settles the question' of a winter res
idence. They teli their friends to
the north and others come and build
cojuugos or settle in a hotel' to stay
umtil the northern snows are gome.
Daytona is to the "resort" busi
ness and well started, too, and no
man cam predict its growth in the
next two or three decades, wWl its
able and public spirited civic bodies,
and it is perfectly evident - Chat
"Greater Daytona" must soon be
composed of so much of the Bast
Const as lays between Ormond and
Port Orange and from the back ham- ,
mock to the rolling erurf.
A union of the half dozen towns
would stronigithen alL save much ex
pense to admtoistration, enhance the
value of property in all the di&txicts
and you wilil not have to live very
long to see a city of 20,000 inhabi
tants, and of course it will be the
county seat. ;
What has all this to do with mak
img tourists build their own roads?
It is the solution of the whole ques
tion. The public spirited citizens of
Daytona aire build mg uip a great "re
sort" and nothing cam stop them,
not even a bit of muddy road la
Holly Hill. There is a way to fix
that and it wiiil ibe done if necessary,
but don't ask tourists to repair the
roaij a.id hold them up and solicit
ten dollars to heip. out the poor
1 little town as has been dome whiie
driving through it.
Why not call a convention at ance
of all the offkiiais of the siz towns,
to talk over the hole subject and
arrange details for conseCkiafcion.
For Greater Daytona
Kditr Daily News: Daytona, Day
tona Reach and Seabreeze should
mute' aiul form one ci y. These
three muniieiipa'itif s, with Kingston -to
complete tlie square, would make am
ideal sine for a large, beautiful and
prosperous city. Geographjcailly and
topograph iica22y the four towns ap
pear admirably fitted for such a re
union. The mew city thus formed would
harp TWnn.'i.nrl,.ii .rwl ti-xi 1 1 H .ii...).
." - " ' " rTir
"" .ii aiwrnwu, wt"
3Taraitey. Such a city would prob
ably secure from the government am
appropriwtio for . postoffice ouild
liiig and a provisiom- for the free de
livery of tlie city maUL it could se
cure bitter trantaporta' ion facilities
btxlh by rail and water than exist at
Why svhouSd this1 community pay
excessive freight and passenger rates,
whwi iit has th'e ocean on one side
and a navigable river through the
co.-j'iT of its terriioiy?
A p er ait Daytona Reich and a
:le diedgirig' in the Ha' itfax river
would ii'.tijre the landing of steam
er i a.nd c.h-r craft from Atlantic and
lCVit:nued on page four)
g CHUaCH, Drusgut
Xffi'XA PHO.KE 37
if'fk Daytona, Florida.
Better Stop in and
get a box of