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Published Ereiy Evening Except Sunday During December. Janlary, February and March at the Prettiest inter Resort in Florida.
S3 VEHTH SEASON No. 48
DAYTONA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, JANUARY 27, 1912
15 Cecti per
"NOW IT S UP TO 1912
f Store Your
; Everybody -ycy-rotf norm,
W. H. "WRIGHT :: ::
221 MAGNOLJA AVENUE
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II BOBANNOICS BOSHTAl isd SAMTA2IL1
First Avenue. Davtona. Fla.
Havana Snaciicr L
Only first quality well cured to. P'
bacco used. !:
Vet Cave, Manufacturer
Daytona, Florida. " j
. Twenty-six larK, airy rooms, newly
furnished and fitted throughout with
all hOMpltal conveniences. Thorough-
:AT GIVE-AWAY PRICES:
1 v Ann I nwri nnnriitlnff rrwtm nn iMvinil
FOOT OF CENTRAL BRIDGE.
ifoor. For terms address
Phone 181 C. C. BOHANNON. M. D.
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till EL NEXT HOSTS
CANDIDATES GETTING BUSY
MEM WHO WOULD FILL CITY OF
FICES HAVING. PAPERS CIRCU
LATED AND FILED TO BE
FEADY FOR THE RACE.
1 be political shunt tan im Daytona
is l-egmnltitj to wake tup-
W rth the mu-nieipal leect.on; less
thai three weeks ahead local politi-
chu are begkinkng to look af.er
bro tea fences and kavesytlajiule the
poa ilbllltU's and probaUUiiXg of
elation, eeUuiatiug their own
amogtb among the voters as coui
perid w J.h the tAreittn of those
asioM whom they are to ru., and
the cLizena of Day too, may expect
a I (tie eicttxnerfit before the 4 fine
cob tea to cant their bal.o on
1U i of February.
f or mayor Squire M. II. Zuber de-j
daces be will ;ive the trvKt4 ia-
cuaibeut. Mayor Henry T. Tit., aj
rur for bits money and the Wit re is
Jua : aa confident as ever that hi will;
be elected toy a "big majority. Mayor j
TH as to dooi lltUeta kiag. tout scen e
rac) nert month.
Up to th. time Messrs. Titua and
Zu)r are the only announced candU
daeB for the office of mavor, al-
thoagh Col. C. M. Bkogham as been
freiuently mentioned wd it ia
sJb e hie friends may stiiiH te able to
iud ace him to make the race. 1
is membere of the city coji&cil
Pnaident Henry Schmidt, Aldermen
E. S. HaU, S. W. O'Brjen and H. E. j
AniiMr rAt.tm e.Twl four mew mean-'
ZZri7 u .owti'
to juooeed them. Alterman Hr.li is
refuses to allow hia name to feo ae-
tor 3 the voters for another term cs
ailderman. Frrenda of President
Heiry Schmidt, Alderman OBrkat
ami Aldermam Bardtek have already
a a ti,o.n Q,n.r1 .t haCk Vt Tiia iTIOka W i l l
on the ballots as caadida.es for re- m i,
eleetioa. To take the short term ".S tiUk outknimg the aims and ob
ptace of Alderman Hail. Simon Hey- ot the aseociat.on aatd: "Real-
ma nn has circulated and fKed hta.'" that the local school board is
ntaatjott papers and will be ia the Uorng everything within its mem;
rae for member of the city council, i tor the betterment of the school m
f, nWOTe ,t Knrrv Keneral, the teachers and mothers
Lilt DO 1"U
Hartshorn for assessor to succeed
-MleU ?ve belT circulated and
S7V.d Um& J oa?Se?k.
ea y euccea n j
nS papers tor the second term as
r Wooth will be a candidate to
J fcillif ftiriipfor
seed himself for collector.
r.v.ruT.t .,, Mews W M.
FTZ thta ttae PS candidate h'
cone forward to fill the vacancy
1 l. V. Mna'Vpnarf iAH iTvf T? L' A
j w.Hder. who has removed from,
Treiref the iZdeJT
election requires the
be induced to make the race to sue
ce$d Rev. Mr. wader.
HADING IMPERIAL GENERAL
FATALLY WOUNDED. BY-BOMB
WOULD-BE ASSASSIN BLOWN TO , y delli0aucixi il3 a fake the story
., DV, -.WK1 bomb .AND that she had married Harry Pilder,
BITS BY HIS OWN BOMB NDjlhe Ameri,can dancer, Thursday.
ARMY LEADER WILL DIE as
. - PEKING, Jan. 27 General Liang,
ot e of the foremost general: a of the
fcaperialtet army, was fatally injured
I:v a hnmh at midnight last uiM'ht.
T ;e wouCd -be asdavsln who threw tae
bomb was blown to atoms by his in-j
sti-umeirt of detrt.ru -tkm. It fcs re-;
ported that a s-eore of suspects were:
sued by the- Man chu soldiers aadj
bnjtally tcxrtuTed to death by ihej
ti oops. j
'PRESIDENT OF ALDERMEN '
VERY ILL IN NEW YORK.,
NEW YORK, Jan. 27 John Pur-,
roy Mitchell, president of the board ;
o' alredmen, is cri.icaw, o.
typhoid fever in St.
fce may die.
HlKe S no. - pun.
Call Phone 69!
and sec how promptly
your orders will be
iOl Deliveries Free of Charge
IIANKINS, The Druggist,
Where Volusia Meets Beach
OSES NOW OUT ARE TO TRY
TO INDUCE OTHERS TO JOIN
COMMITTEE GOES TO PLYMOUTH
FOR THE PURPOSE OF TRYING
TO INDUCE WORKMEN THERE
LAWRENCE, Mass.. Jam. 27
The 30,000 textile workers of this
c.ty low out oa a strike are to
day preparing to extend the strike
au over the state. A committee rep
psentin-g the local strikers today
went to Plymouth for the purpose of
trying to Induce tfc operatives of
Uie l urn.an mills, owned Dy the
Aauerlcan Woolen company, to Join
ill the strike.
Wilii:nu J ley wood, who came here
S'iveral days ago to take change of
tue t;t rike, left today for Toledo on a
bueLaei - s trip, but will return here
fho excessive cold today kept
the strikers generally indoors and
lad icat ions were there would be little
aatu.p-s at violence because of thie
rftft. nnnitn . nr.riirn
TO AUDIENCE IN SEABREEZE
cr iMDRnvcurwT Accnn
km-.school IMPROVEMENT ASSOCI
ATION GIVES SPLENDID EN
TERTAINMENT AT PUBLIC
SEABREEZE, Jan. 27 The con-
ce:1 Sivwi a,t niut m the auditor
iuui ot the beaiareeae puibli school
jiuUr tl)e auspes of the School
la-Pvemoi.t aooiatte, was a Mae
ama - teur performance, each number
" the program receivmg beaity and
Prof. I). D. Davis, priinciipaJ
v 1 .... 1 1 . 1 t
-w hat some assistance could be
rendered and this oneizaUon. was
( rorth 1. the constitution: "To
& , of tnis com.
muii?'.y tor the improvement of our
public school; (1) by placing in the
filitiea for heaJth comfort
1lI;d education, toerheT with objects
, h ..iniT,t ,n K
1 neautj, t) ty piant-ins iie.s,
irrcu-ids; (3) by encouraging the es-
al;lofa library in the school
by making the school a center I
oi aiiraciKJia ior xue cotuuuuuuiy. i
The overture by Willson's orches-
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-TtecttoST fron Burn
by Dr. E. T Biigelow, a vocal solo
Ms Shelley-"I,lgrim Invaiids"
J a reading by Mrs. A. T. Bigelovv
nd a humorous reading by H. C.
Wacervon, were especially enjoyed
by those present, although the pro
graini as a whole was exceptionally
well carried out.
GABY DESLYS DENIES
STORY OF MARRIAGE.
Major A. B. Foster and parly re
turned Thursday from their trip
down the coast aboard the Dutchess.
iayi - v th
ancJ put Cereals On your table.
, t-uri nt cn dp.nH
- lucita iiuminvjunv ,
for the kiddies to make fat
and muscle. We have all
kinds of prepared foods, as
well as health foods, and the
good old-fashioned cereals
that our grandparents used to
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10UD WHISTLING (MIMES
IN SPiTE OF RECENT ORDER
ORDER FROM OFFICIAL OF EAST
COAST ROAD TO DO LESS
WHISTLING IN CITY HAS DONE
Has anybody noticed that there haa
been lees whistling by engines pull
ing Florida East Coast railroad
trains through this ei-.y during the
last couple of weeks?
If there has been less whistling
lateiy (the faut has not been 'noticed
by residents of this- city, and this
in snf rf nn nir isKiifvi riyiiv
h,v thf suipriinto.iii-ii4 inmtiiie new-
er of the Ea&t Coast railroad, call
hi'Z attention of all engineers to
the fact that com,ilaijr.t has been
made to the officious of the road by
citizens of Dajtona about so miich
uaiwcesuary blowing of wh'stle3 wiith-
in the city limits.
The order caills
mm.. n--,.o t .. ,.
ejiy l:mits of D.iyiona, puiliag the
whistle cord oniy wlien necessary for
The continuous, uumeoesiary wh:Bt-
ling by engines puiJdmg traiais
through talis cfcy, particularly at night
haa become suk h an annoyamte to
the pecpCe all over the city ithat com-
p.am.t was recently made to the. of
f iicloils of the road and the order from
the superintendent of motive power
to all engineers- was the result. This
order was issued several days ago
and a copy of it has been posted
at the local depot, but in spite of
this there seems to be just 6 much
loud wtoS a beforV the order
BANKER MORSE ENJOYS LIFE
IN SWELL HOTEL IN ATLANTA
CONVICT RECENTLY PARDONED
TO PIEDMONT AND
MAKES PLANS FOR TRIP
ATLANTA, Jan. 27 Charles Mors-j
the New York banker, who was re
cently pardoned from the Federal
prison by President Taft
Ft. McPherson hospital
now occup.es a fashionab e suite in
the Piedmont hotel. He stood the
triip well. Mr. Morse has laid plans
for a trip to Europe in the near fu
ture and will start as soon as he is
''Any kind of con n.creial printing
can )k done at the iui;ly News of
WELL TRAINED HORSES WITH RIDING INSTRUCTORS.
Telephone Livery Agent
There are three methods by which you
can use this bank for the 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 of
these methods to advantage.
A. D. MeBRIDE. President.
J. B. CONRAD, Vwe-Presidenl.
The Delegation of the Elect,
The Fireless Cookers.
Gruber-Morris Hardware Co.,
If you dont trade with, us we both lose money.
FIERCE WRANGLING ON FLOOR
AMONG THE HOUSE MEMBERS
ranrn UNnPRWnnn m a w p c at. 1
TEMPT TO LIMIT TIME OF THE,0"e of ttie most uuiue msctutKJns of.
SPEECHES IN DEBATE TO FIVE
T 97 R '
rJz 1 "T
seiiitatitve Osoar Underwood,
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the house into thetve-mimute rule
on the steel tauiiff toiiL
The debate has caiused fierce
wranfflia' u i ong the contgresamea on
the floor of the house over the right
of debate, but the democrats hope
to pass the ibill late thia afternoon,
PRESIDENT GOES. INTO OHIO
FOR IMPORTANT SPEECHES
TRIP THROUGH TWO STATES EX-
PECTED TO HAVE IMPORTANT
BEARING ON THE
FUTURE OF TAFT.
WASHINGTON.- Jam. 27 P res I-
dent Taft left here at -noon today
for a trip through New York and
Ohio and the trip i expected to
have an important beaa-toug on his
political future. He win visit the
imiiportant cities in Ohio, be absent
'five days and make nearly a score
ADMITS WIFE MURDER i
NOBLESVILLE, Ind., Jan. 27
"2-rry wewatit, agea n years, was to-
day convicted of wife murder and
1 sentenceu to ime :impribou.mwu. ne
admitted the crime, but the plea of
45 horsepower Pierte Arrow,
passenger touring car for sale at
bargain. Cost $5,000. Is itn good con
dition. $1,400 cash will buy it if
taken soon. W. H. Mann'ng, Uay
toaa Beach. 48-2t
BRANCH OP THE VOI.l'SIA COUNTY HANK
TAFT TO BE GUEST OE HONOR
AT ANNUAL BALL OF HEBREWS
TO ATTEND FUNCTION FOR THE
HOME FOR THE DAUGHTERS OF
JACOB IN NEW YORK CITY THIS
KEY YORK, Jin. 27 Prveident
r.iU wiU be the Kut. of honor at'
the loth annual ball of ihe iimiie fori
the Daughters of Jacob, whk.li
be held Uitt thl in the Hiiutry of
the 71st reiiiiiiitfat.
this ait'uir iw attended every year'
by ihe moat pro:u.ii.unt men in New
York b!isi-n- life a:l the proceeds,
ire u.sed i'or the maintena-ne of
its k:r;i in tae cwunty, the Home
for the Dairch ers of Jacb, an n.s.;i-i
tct;i fcr Uie t-are of tl.e ie; eade.it
aied Hebrews of New York CiLy. !
There are s." inmates, SO men om-d
10.". women, at th' present time.
, ... ,
duu luvu uuef 1 ui.v.e liuui 00 years
of ti'iue, and there are five who were to assist in raising funds m my be
bonn inoix th.jn, a century also. About half is absoluftely writhoutt foundation,
a year ago the e were nl-ae inmates Neither I nor anybody authorized to
of the home whose a-es ranged from represent me ever made such a re-
total of '' v
100 to 114 years, and made a grand
ears. Several of these
have died during the past J'ear, and : Watterson Has Proof
the title of oldest inmae is raw held! WASHINGTON, Jan. 27 Co one'
by a woman- who his lived 106 years. 'Henry Watterson, when shown Wood
Of the 185 initiates, 64 are chronic; row Wilson's denials today, sug
hvaliU and are confined to the gested that "five gentlemen be
hotsital wards of the home. The prts-! chosen as a court of honor to decide
ent home is row filled to capacity! the question of veracity."
and there are 270 appl jeat'. ions on file! Mr. Watterson declared he ha6
from prospe.-Uve inmates. Ail of
the applicants are over 05 years old.
MORE ROAD INFORMATION
FROM CHAS. A. BOSELEY.
A card from Chas. A. Boseley,
dated at Sebasitiiain,, Jan. 24, reads as
Hollows; . Amvea heix at 5:30 p.
m. Good roads, with some heaivy
s:ui:l. b;:; better than w:s expected.
The road is p.issiUhle for any loud of
car. No ram. hre I'.'.rtl or 24th.
Leave for Ft. Pierce fin the morning."
Another card from Ft. Pierce, Jan.
25th, reiuls: "Arrived here at 9:30
a. m. Hcai's very sandy, with some
j mud holes, hue .pasa'ble."
In one from Stu.trt Mr. Boseley
says., "We had to ferry across .to
tbis place (S.uart.) Have encouat-
er-cd much dry. heavy smnd. e have
only a 50 hu h tre;ul and the smd
roals are t.(t inch, nia.i ing it much
harder for us."
ironi r.i:in uracil, d.-steu
riads as . follows: "Ar-
rivl liere Jan. 25. at 5 p. m. Kx-
jcellent ha.nl iial between th s place
yja-nd Stinirt. a d'ilar..-e of 40 m:!o-,
Expect to spend a cnwple of davs
ni-ri1 ociore j;o:ng io .uami.
I.:iii:: li tor sa'o
Washhiirn. Trcy llo-jse.
cheap. J. I!.
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PLACED THERE BY MR. WILSON
IN STATEMENT THIS MORNING
GOVERNOR OF NEW JERSEY DE
CLARES ASSERTION CREDITED
TO KENTUCKY EDITOR IS NOT
NEW YORK. Jan
Woodrow Wilson of New Jersey,:
starting for lkton thU morning,
stopped here long enoiL-ih to put Col-j
onihel Wattetci in the "Atr.w.ar.-ias
When shown dispatcher contain-:
ing the correspondence between CoL
Watterson and Senator TiLman, and
coming to the statement where the
Kentucky ed-tor asserts tnat tie un-
dertooK to raise campaiiin runas at
Wilson's Instance, Governor Wieon
exclaimed, pounding his oait case
wiith his fist, "What do you think of
that. It is absolutely untrue."
Then the New Jersey governor
j iV. o
uncuaieu uv io.iu d.is guwwui.
quest of hum.
proof " to back up the slate-
j ment that he was authorized to raise
he did raise a considerable 'Sum."
Senator Tillman would make no
comment, saying it is a matter en
tirely between Mr. Watterson and
Mr. Wilson. -
GOODALL PROPERTY IS SOLD
W. W. MARSHALL IS PURCHASER
BEAUTIFUL PROPERTY ON THE
PENINSULA IS TO BE CUT UP
INTO RESIDENCE LOTS FOR
THE MARKET. i
W. W. Marshall, of Hardkk. Vt.J
h;.s purchased, through the K. L.
Smith agency, tlie (iiKxlall property:
on the peninsula, the f.lial transfer
of the property having just beMi
i-otiipieted. The tract includes 40
acres of valuable land run.un. in in
the river to the ocean, the Goodail
lme and a numver of other build
iins. This is one of the most valuab'e
and beau'.iful properties in tills vi
cinity and Mr. Marshatl makes the
purchase with the idea of building
for himself a beautirul winter home
in the ideal location. The balance
of the land not used by Mr. Marshal,
for his residence property will be
cut up into residence lots and placed
on the market.
THREE PERSONS DROWN
WHEN BOAT CAPSIZES.
LOUISVILLE, Ky., Jan. 27 Airs.
Mary West, Mies Mary Clancy and
Clarence Uobbs -were drowned in
Pulaski county today when a row boat
in which they were crossiei-g the
South Fork river was capsized by
the swift current. Two men escaped.
Cold valentine ba-nis placed o-
books purchased at Clark's lxxk and
stationery fore. 4S-411
F. N. CONRAD. Cashier
F. J. NIVER, Ai. Cashier
DEATH raEslilsE EEIIEF
OF SUFFERING LUIU CAIEELL
BURNS SUFFERED AT HOME OF
MR. PERRY YESTERDAY MORN
ING HAVE FINALLY PROVED
Miss Lulu Cambell died at a late
hour this afternoon.
With nearly a third of her body
covered with terrible burns1 and auf
feriurg untold agony as a result, Mtea
Lulu Cambell, the 17-year-old girl
who was seriously burned at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Perry
on North Palmetto avenue yesterday
morning, is lying ait the point of
death at the Klook hospital today.
Physicians, in attendance hairs
small hopes that the injured girl
will live through the njght, al
though everything possible is being
done for the suffering girL
With the lower portions "of her
body and lower limbs terribly burned,
making, it impossible for these por
tions to perform regular function,
the strain on the other -partg of the
body is (greater, than can be mato
tai.ned. The mother of Miss Camibell, Mrs.
D. B. Sheffield of Quay. Fla., is ex
pected to arrive by tonight, it was
learned late this afternoon. The
victim of the accident is a -granddaughter
of Mr. and Mrs. H. P.
Oaimbell of Ormond and a niece of
Mr. and Mrs. J. , H. Cambell of
Kingston, both of whom have been
with the unfortunate girl since Che
accident yesterday morning.
SUCCESSFUL FLIGHTS TODAY
ARE MADE BY AVIATOR PAGE
MAN WHO IS TO HANDLE AERO
PLANE ARRIVES FROM THE
NORTH AND MAKES HIS FIRST
TRIP INTO THE AIR.
Philip Page, the aviator who
wiUl handle the Uurgesa-Wri(ght aero
plane in its fli-ghts at the Hotel Clar
endon during the coming two months,
arrived here from the north last
niiiht and made his first trip into
the air this morning.
The f lights this morales were
successful and the aviator Is much
impressed with the beach aa an avi
ation field. Mr. Iage wus scheduled
to make another flight at 4 o'clock
FIRE AT WILLIAMSBURG
BURNS PRATT OIL WORKS.,
NKW YORK, Jan. 27 Fire at WB
linsnsburg today destroyed the Pratt
oil works and plaint. The severe
cold and deep enow hampered the
firemen in their work of fighting
the flames. The loss is J200.000.
DAILY STOCK MARKET EEPOKT.
NEW YORK, Jam. 27 StockB op
ened generally a fraction (lower oa
heavy cables. Tobacco lost seven
poim-Ls on yesterday's sensational
gain, and the general tone wag dull.
Cotton was dull and two to three
higher on the absence of selling
pressure. ', i i
Stocks closed weak with prices
falling off sharply, Reading dropping
three and one-eighth and Lehigh two
and three-quarters. Union Pacific
went three and three-fourths net
lower. Cotton closed barely steady
at one lower to two net higher with
March at $y.42 and May $9.57.
Wheat Market Firm
CHICAGO, Jan. 27 The wheat
market opened dull but fi"rm and a
hade higher wkh May quoted at
$1.02. Provisions were firmer with
.May pork at $16.30, lard $9.40, ribs
5v0. Hosts were five lower and
Mr .. L. 11. Robbin-3 and her sis
t'-r, .Miss Mary lirower, arrived
Th.;r.-day from Fembank, Ohio, and
'.".ill :piTid the 'balance of -the aea--rv
at .Mrs. Kobbitns' cottage on the
No Suit Case is Completely
Packed Without the
j Sanitary Products.
Price 10c per Pkg.