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Published Every Evening Except Sunday Daring December. January, February and March at the Prettiest Winter Resort la Florida.
EIGHTH SEASON No. 30
DAYTONA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, JANUARY 7, 1913.
15 Cents per 7eeh
THE QUALITY STORE
DR. BOHANNON'S HOSPITAL and SANITARILY
First Avenue. Daytona, Fla.
Twenty-six large, airy rooms, nwly
furnished and fitted throughout with
all hospital convenience!) Thorough
ly equipped operating room on second
floor. For terms address
Phone 181. C. C. BOHANNON. M. D.
THE PRINCE GEORGE
Only first quality well cured
Vet Cave, Manufacturer
Every Room Electrically Lighted, Steam
Heated and equipped with Hot and
Cold Running? Water. Elevator Service
DAYTONA'S LEADING HOTEL hilyard & holroyd, proprietors
HISS RUTH LAW TO MAKE
FIRST FLIGHT NEXT SUNDAY
DAILY NEWS TO NAME PASSEN
GER TO BE TAKEN UP BY AV
IATRIX IN HER FIRST EXHIBI
Miss Law has extended to
the Daily News the privilege
of selecting the first person
who shall be her passenger
on her first flight next Sun-
Who wants the ride?
Miss Ruth Bancroft Law of New
York, the - only licensed woman
i aviator in the country today, will
i frnake dally flights in a Wright bi
' plane from the beach in front of the
; hotel Clarendon during the remainder
' of th0 season, her first flight to be
1 made next Sunday afternoon.
Mtss Law will be the first woman
aviator to make a flight from the
world famous beach and she will con
tinue these flights, alone and with
.passengers, every day when favora
ble weather prevails until the tour
" lat season is over.
The biplane which will be used by
' Miss Law arrived here recently and
Miss Law and her manager arrived
in Daytona last night. She is enthu
siastic about Daytona beach as an
ideal aviation ground, and immediate
ly announced that during her stay
here this winter she will make a try
,for tha altitude record, or at least
;:ry to beat her own altitude record,
'. which Is 5,500 feet, the highest dis
xwice In the air ever reached by a
Weather conditions will have much
io do with the time when the aviatrix
'rill make her attempt to beat the
tltitude record, but a certain date
Vlll be set and the public will be
invited to witness the attempt.
CROUCH IS AGAIN CHOSEN
CHAIRMAN OF SCHOOL BOARD
COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD IS OR
GANIZED FOR TWO YEARS AT
SESSION AT DELAND THIS
The county school board was re
organized at its meeting this morn-
in; at the courthouse at DeLand,
G o. F. Crouch of this city being
reelected chairman of the board for
thf coming two years.
All members of the board were re
el cted at the election in November
sal there were no new members to
tal:e seats at the reorganization to
d&r. The board met In regular ses
sicn last night, the passing of the
us ial number of bills being the
only business transacted.
We Agree With
There's nothing like
glass oi fiood
as a Hursi-quencher.
HANKINS, The Druggist,
Where Volusia Meets Beach.
NOW CONSIDERING S1EANS TO
RESUME PEACE CONFERENCE
AMBASSADORS HOLD MEETING
IN LONDON AND DISCUSS BEST
MEANS TO STOP RENEWAL OF
LONDON, Jan. 7 The powers to
day began a final effort to bring to
gether again the peace envoys of
the Balkan league and Turkey, to re-
sume the peace negoitations which
were broken off suddenly yesterday.
A meeting of ambassadors was
held in the foreign office, where the
most available methods were dis
cussed. The German ambassador today re
ceived a note from the pope at Rome
asking the powers to remove Pales
tine from the control of the Turks,
or at least take such measures as
will protect pilgrims to the Hol
Land from Moslem outrages.
In the house of commons it was
officially announced this afternoon
that the powers are now considering
means to renew the conference be
tween the Balkans and Turks.
Foreign Minister Grey was asked
if the powers would act jointly to
prevent a renewal of hostilities, and
made an evasive reply.
PLACE TO SLEEP
OUTCAST KILLS FRIEND.
NEy YORK, Jan. 7 After being
given a place to sleep in a drug
store, Thomas Kelly, an outcast, this
morning shot and killed Otto
Oelinger, a druggist, at Williamsburg.
iveuy new into a rage because the!
druggist awakened him too early. He
shot the druggist through the head.
The druggist's clerk narrowly es
caped being killed. Kelly fled.
Best Njne-Hole Golf Course and Club House in theSouth, now open to public
i ) Telephone Livery Ag:ent, Hotel Clarendon, for
( Higtvclass Saddle Horses and Riding Lessons
E. LLPOTTER, President W. S. KENNEY, Manager
I BOOKING OFFICE 1180 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
A. D. McBRIDE. President.
J. B. CONRAD. Vice-President.
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0. K. AND READY
GAS RANCES, HEATERS, ETC.
Gruber-Morris Hardware Co.,
If you don't trade with us we both lose monev.
HUNDREDS HURT IN STRIKE
RIOTS IN NEW YORK CITY
RANKS OF STRIKERS MAY BE
SWELLED TO 200,000 BY ADDI
TION OF MAKERS OF WOMEN'S
NEW YORK, Jan. 7 Two police
men were badly beaten and a num
ber of strikers were injured today
when 600 striking men and women .
garment workers attacked 100 strike
breakers in Cooper square. Bricks
and stones were hurled and windows
were broken in the factories. . The
police finally dispersed the mob by
the free use of their clubs.
The women garment workers are
being urged to strike. If they de
cide to walk out the action will
swell the number of strikers to 200,
000 and tie up the white goods in
dustry in New York.
RUSSIAN SHIP FOUNDERS
100 PERSONS DROWNED.
SINGAPORE, Jan. 7 The Russian
steamship Petermach has foundered
in the) Indian ocean. It is reported
thafiOO persons went down with the
Because the members of the Sara-
cina band objected to playing in the
bright sunshine, the afternoon
concerts until further 'notice will be
given in the parkage in the middle of
the postoffice block, instead of
just south of the city hall.
HOTEL OPEN FROM JANUARY 4 TO APRIL 10.
uon t get the
the beginning of
Remember that all deposits made on or before January 10th
will bear interest from January 1st. Make your deposits now, so
you will bs able to participate in the distribution of interest on
HAVE YOU A SAFE DEPOSIT BOX?
JACKSONVILLE WOMAN FOUND
BOUND IN BERTH IN PULLMAN
TAKEN FROM TRAIN IN UNCON
SCIOUS CONDITION AT CINCIN
NATI AND REMOVED TO A
CINCINNATI, Jan. 7 Unconscious
and with her hands bound behind her
ba&k with a corset string, a young
womaa whose home is thought to be
in Jacksonville, Fla., was found in a
Pullman berth on a Big Four train
bound from Chicago for Cincinnati
When the train arrived here she
was taken to a hospital, where she
regained consciousness. When she
came to her senses she exclaimed,
"Did he get me that time?" She re
fused to explain.
S. R. Burton is a guest at the
Ivy Lane Inn for the season, having
arrived Saturday from Cincinnati,
Ohio. Mr. Burton was a personal
friend 'of the late T. A. Snider and
spent some time here with Mr.
Snider during two or more seasons
and made many friends in the city
during these visit.
i Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Walcott and
! child arrived recently from Litch
; field, Conn., and are occupying for
the season, their winter home,
formerly the Hand place, at Daytona
Beach, which Mr. Walcott Durchased
all your life making money
idea that your salary is too
will start your account with
BIG THINGS for ypu---the
OFFICIALS PROPOSE TO MAKE
EXAMPLES OF NEGLIGENT ONES
BUT ONE-FOURTH OF CAR OWN
ERS IN COUNTY HAVE PAID
LICENSE TAX HELD VALID BY
A total of $1,965 in automobile
licenses had been collected in Vo
lusia county up to yesterday, this
amount representing the licenses on
about one-fourth of the estimated
number of cars in the county.
It is estimated there are about
ljOOO automobiles in the county at
this time and on 237 of these the
county tax has been paid.
Since the state supreme court has
'held the county tax to be constitu
tional and the county tax collectors
have been instructed to collect the
license; tax, it was given out at the
county court house last night that
preparations are being made to
place under arrest a few of the prom
inent automobile owners in each pre
inct in the county who have neg
lected to comply with the law. By
arresting a few of the prominent
owners and having them haled before
the criminal court, the county of
ficials believe they will have very
little trouble in impressing upon all
other owners the fact that the state
is behind the hew law which compels
the payment of tha county license
Under these circumstances it be
hooves the owners of Daytona and
vicinity to pay this tax immediately
if they would escape arrest.
The steamer Kennedy came in this
morning from Cocoa and will con
tinue from this city to Jacksonville.
Do you want me to
give you a Bike?
I am going to give one
to somebody. See me
469 N. Beach St. Phone 142
for another man.
small to save any-
this bank. It may be
turning point in your
F. N. CONRAD, Cashier
F. J. NIVER, Asst. Caahier
LOSS ALREADY ESTIMATED
TO BE AT LEAST $3
CENTRAL WEST SUFFERING IN
THE GRIP OF A BLIZZARD
WHICH IS SWEEPING TOWARD
THE EAST TODAY.
LOS ANGELES, Jan. 7 The citrus
fruit growers in this vicinity are
using every effort to save the fruits
from the unprecedented cold which;
The temperature is now four de
grees below freezing and smudge
pot and electric heaters are kept
constantly going in the groves.
The loss "is already estimated to bo
at least $3,000,000.
Blizzard In the West
KANSAS CITY, Jan. 7 A! severe
blizzard, which is sweeping toward
the east, holds the middle west states
in its grasp today. The big snow
drifts are delaying traffic and wire
communication Is badly crippled.
St. Louis Sleet Bound
ST. LOUIS. Jan. 7 This city is
sleet bound today and telegraph
and telephone communication is al
most cut off.
L. H. KARN DIES SUDDENLY
AT HOME IN PORT ORANGE
ONE OF THE OLDEST AND BEST
KNOWN RESIDENTS OF NEIGH
BORING TOWN PASSES AWAY
L. H. Karn, one of the oldest and
best known residents of Port Or
ange and' for many years justice of
the peace of that district, died sud
denly at his home in that village at
about 10 o'clock Monday evening.
The cause of death Is said to have)
The body was brought to this city
and is now at the undertaking par
lors of the Bingham & Maley com
pany. Mr. Karn came to Florida from,
Maryland between 20 and 30 years
ago and settled in Port Orange,
where he has ever since resided in
company with his wife, who survives
him. He was a great sufferer from
asthma prior to coming to Florida,
but the change of climate effected -a,
cure, although he could never go
north without having a return of
the trouble. His general. health had
been good since coming to Port Or
ange until lately, when be has been
having trouble with his heart.
Mr. Karn was a member of tha
sevral Masonic ebodies of this city.
The funeral arrangements have not
several Masonic bodies of this city,
L aner & Baker
Everything in Drugs.
Try a package of Peuslar
Dioxide Vanishing Cream,
3 doors South of Postoffice.
LANIER & BAKER