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THE DAYTONA DAILY NEWS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 16, 1915.
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Sunday Afternoon, January 17, 3 P. M.
This demonstration will be a realistic reproduction, showing the saving of a
drowning man from the surf as accomplished by Swimming Master McCullen at Atlantic City. The
exhibition will be given on the ocean front.
SUNDAY AFTERNOON, 4 o'clock, by the NAUTILUS LADY ORCHESTRA
, Under the direction of Alice M. Wyker. See program below
THE NAUTILUS PALM GARDEN is now fully heated
by steam and it will be warm and comfortable no matter how cold the weather may be.
EXHIBITION FLIGHT BY RUTH LAW
Sunday Concert Program-Nautilus Lady Orchestra
Under the Direction of Alice M. Wyker.
MARCH "Spirit of Independence Holzmann
VALSE "Venus on Earth" Lincke
POPULAR "Chinatown, My Chinatown Schwartz
SELECTION "Anvil Chorus," "II Trovatorei1. .Verdi
VOCAL "A Perfect Day" Jacobe Bond
By Miss Isabel Caldwell.
POPULAR "Hungarian Rafl" Lensberg
OVERTURE "Beauties of Erin" Bennett
CORNET SOLO "Ratcharmen of Hamelin,"
from Nuenndorff's Opera
By Miss Alice M. Wyker.
MARCH "Aida" Verdi
PICNIC AND OUTING PARTIES are invited to use the NAUTLUS
grounds free of charge. ::::::::::
STREETS BEING PAVED
IN BOSTWICK PARK
COQUINA COLUMNS ARE BEING
ERECTED AT ENTRANCES OF
THE STREETS AND ELECTRIC
LIGHTS WILL BE INSTALLED ON
TOP STREETS ARE BEING
PAVED AND SIDEWALKS BUILT
IN THE NEW ADDITION.
Hostwick Park Is the scene of the
greatest development in the Daytona
section at present. The shell lias ar
rived for the streets and the same are
being paved as rapidly as possible.
Atlantic avenue is the first street to
be paved and the coquina columns are
being built at the entrances of all
the streets with electric lights on top.
Five-foot concrete scidewalks are
being built, parkways of palm trees.
eucalyptus and ornamental shrubs
will be made In the center of each
Several recent purchasers are clear
ing their lots and getting ready to
build. More than f0 men and two
dozen teams are now at work upon
upon this new subdivision.
The property will not be formally
opened until the Improvements are
more complete but many people are
now reserving lots and of course those
who select their lots now before the
opening sale will get in on the
"ground floor," as far as location and
prices are concerned.
City water, gas, electric lights and
telephones have already been installed
on the property and fire plug9 in each
The lots are restricted so as to al
ways insure a high class home sec
tion. All dwellings will be bult back
30 feet from the front line of the lot.
thus insuring a uniform, parklike ap
pearance. Different sections of the
MONDAY, JAN. 25
The Society Event of the Theatrical Season
BOSTON ENGLISH OPERA
In a Master Production of the World's
Favorite Opera Verdi's Beautiful
With the Most Remarkable Cast of Stars Ever
Heard in English Opera, Including
EVILINE VAN AERNAM
JOSEPH F. SHEEHAN, America's Greatest Tenor
MIRTH CARMEN ELAINE DeSELLEM
HAROLD J. GEIS
The Superb Boston English Opera Chorus, and
Augmented Orchestra under Direction of BASIL HORSFALL
The molt finiihed and artietic performance of 'II Trovatore" ever
taken on tour." is the verdict of Prese and Public.
Prices $2.00, $1.50, $1.00 and 75c
Seat on sale at Hankina' Wedneiday, January 20th.
property are restricted as to the cost
of the dwellings to bo erected, rim
from $2,0"0 for the lots on llostwick
avenue to ?5,O00 for the choice lots on
Silver Peach avenue, and facing the
palatial winter home of K. I,. King,
which is now being built upon the
river front of llostwick Park, and
when completed will be the most
costly home In Dnvtona.
i A modern coiiuina home has been
completed on the ocean front and
: eight or ten recent purchasers are
contemplating building at once.
! ISullding prizes amounting in all to
$2,500 in gold will be given away by
i the owners in order to stimulate build
ing at once and this will be divided
I into 15 prizes. There is no question
1 but what there will be more modern
homes built in llostwick Park during
the next six months than any subdi
vision in the entire south.
I ltostwiek Park is located just over
the South bridge from the center of
the business section of Daytona and
is on Silver Ileach avenue and Penin
sula Drive, and extends to the At
lantic ocean. Those building their
homes over there have the pleasures
of the salt water on one side and the
finest ocean beach in the world, and
the deep water of the Halifax river
on the other, while it is within easy
walking distance of the center of the
business section of Daytona.
Come out and inspect llostwick
Park now while the Improvements are
being made. Call at our oflice for
plats and circulars. Salesman on the
grounds every afternoon. Kagay
Marshall Realty Co., 2:!4 South Ileacb
St. Telephone 12$. Advertisement.
WATER TROUGHS FOR HORSES
WILL SOON BE CONSTRUCTED
There has been some inquiry re
garding the water trougiis for horses,
which it was announced some time
ago would be established on Heach
street by the Humane society. The
building of the esplanade has kept
flip poctr,,ptnTi of Ti WfiTor trnnl
in abeyance, but Penford Deacon, sec
retary of the society, states that the
work will not be much longer delayed
on the one on North Peach, which
will probably be located at the foot
of Third avenue. The one to be placed
at the foot of Live Oak avenue cannot
be built until the fill and other work
in progress at that point is com
pleted. The troughs will be placed
close to the walk, extending but 22
inches into the street.
For Sale Cheap A speedy, well
built launch. Has four-cycle engine
and canvas adjustable top. Thomas
G. Knight, Titusville, Fla. 129 12t
INDIAN WARS AT
Going hack as far as 45 years ago
the buttle of Summit Springs will be
exhibited at the Crystal theater this
afternoon and tonight, fought in
ist!9 by the I'nited States troops
against the renegade dog soldiers,
a cosmopolitan band of savages
recruited from all discontents
in different tribes, who for years de
vastated and rendered existence per
ilous in the territories of Kansas, Ne
braska and Colorado, the I'nited
States troops being under the com
mand of General Kugene A. Carr. and
Col. V. F. Cody (Iluffalo Hill I. "Iluf
falo Hill," with General Carr's com
mand, had trailed this band of Ogal
lalas 350 miles from where they had
raptured an overland wagon train,
murdering all except two women,
whom they took prisoners and carried
In the Custer campaign of lSTS, the
battle of War Ronnet Creek is noted
from the fact that in a duel in front
of both forces "Iluffalo Rill" came out
victorious in a hand-to-hand encoun
ter with one of Red Cloud's favorite
adjutant warriors, Yellowhand.
In 1S90 and 1S91, the last Indian re
bellion, with the Indians leaving for
the Pad Lands and followed therein
by the cavalry, and being dislodged
from their Impregnable rendezvous as
they supposed: the capture of Pig
Foot and his entire band at Pig Rune,
showing their start to Pine Ridtre.
where they were to surrender to Gen
eral Miles, and their camp at
Wounded Knee Creek, show ing the en
tire battle scenes on this exact loca
tion, the charge of cavalry and the use
of the famous Hotchkiss gun. Follow
ing this, on January 11th, disheart
ened by several defeats, a delegation
Jack Red Cloud, came in for a coun
cil with General Miles. They agreed
to surrender and deliver twenty of
their most prominent chiefs as iiot
agesc. ending with General Miles and
his staff delivering to them the fa
mous peace oath which lias never to
this day been broken.
NEW JERSEY MAN PURCHASES
LOTS ON WHICH TO BUILD
Chas. P. Vincent, of Morristown. N.
J., has purchased two choice lots in
Bostwick Park. Mr. Vincent is hav
ing them cleaned off. preparatory to
beginning the erection of a handsome
ARE YOU INTERESTED IN
One Lot 50 by 215 in good
location, suitable for Busi
ness Block or Residence : :
About half the price asked
for property on either side.
This is a cash transaction
CONRAD & OATES
234 South Beach Street
Daytona : : : Florida