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THE DAYTON A DAILY NEW8, WEDNE8DAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1915.
CLARENDON DAILY" NEWS
A DEPARTMENT DEVOTED TO NEWS OF THE CLARENDON HOTEL.
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY BY THE DAYTONA DAILy
for prices ranging from
SEE AGENTS OR
We invite you to inspect
our line of
Clarendon Drug Store
UNDER THE ARCH
IN CONNECTION WITH
ANOTHER BALL GAME
SCHEDULED FOR FRIDAY
Another of those very Interesting
I exhibitions of the national same is
. scheduled to take place at Ormond on
j Friday, between the clerks of Hotel
j Clarendon and the Ormond. These
I games draw hundreds of people from
! the nearby resorts and serve to fur
j nish entertainment for more tourists,
j with the exception of golf, than any
! other outdoor pasttime. 'Busses will
; leave the beach in front of the Claren
j don at 2:45 and it is hoped that there
will be a large crowd of fans on hand
Friday to accompany the boys to Or
mond and assist in the "rooting."
WATCH WEATHER VANE
Despite the bad weather yesterday
there were a large number of golf
I players who found their way to the
links in the afternoon after it stopped
raining. Many of these remained on
the course until dusk, getting as much
fun out of the game as possible, for
fear of being kept within doors again
today. It is a fact that there are more
golf players at the Clarendon this sea
son than ever before, and there has
been less suitable weather for playing
than followers of the game have been
forced to experience in years.
A QUIET DAY AT THE
BIG HOTEL YESTERDAY
It was a quiet day at the Clarendon
i yesterday, owing to the morning after
J the night before. Many of the guests
I who entered into the festivities of the
Washington birthday ball preferred to
sleep rather than try to be comfort-
able sitting about the lobby, while the
I rain drizzled down and made out-door
; sports Impossible.
j TOOK LUNCHEON AT
i CLARENDON ON MONDAY
Mrs. Arthur Schwarz, of Trenton,
N. J., was a luncheon guest at Hotel
j Clarendon yesterday. Many prominent
i persons from nearby resorts passed a
i portion of the day at the big hotel
; yesterday enjoying the music in the
afternoon and dinner in the evening.
I A well educated person who baa
Deen at mgn school and a university
UBes from 3,000 to 4,000 words, but
the average Individual can get along
with 1,000. Shakespeare made use of
15,000, and In Milton's works 8,000 are
used. Hy actual count the Hebrew
Testament says all that It has to say
with 5,042 words. Popular Magazine.
Get your Oranges and Grape
Nordman's Point Grove
on Dnytona-New Smyrna Hoad.
Tourist box and retail trade a
specialty. I do my own packing.
A colored woman was arguing and
arguing with her husband, and when
Bhe had finished he said: "Dinah, yo'
talk don' afff-ct me no mo' than a flea
bite." "Well," she answered, "I'so
gawna keep yo' scratchin'."
The muskrat Is the most important
fur-bearing anlmol of North America.
In one year alone 5,500,000 muskrat
skins were put on ho market, real
izing to the trappers a sura approxi
Just Like a Woman.
"Rmember you are on your oath
here," said a mau to his wife at Lam
beth police court. "Yes, and I bope
that if I am telling a He it will come
true,' was the reply.
She Was Right at That.
"Who can tell me what a cape 1b?"
queried the teacher of the Junior
class In geography. "A cape," replied
a bright little miss, "is a coat that
hasn't any sleeves."
NEW YORKER IS PASSENGER
OF MISS RUTH LAW
Miss Ruth Bancroft Law had quite
a busy day Monday, taking passengers
for flights in her big Wright biplane.
One of the local photographers went
up, and it is expected that some beau
tiful bird's-eye views of Daytona
Beach and Daytona will shortly be
placed before the public. Pictures
were snapped at altitudes varying
from 1500 to 2000 feet.
Probably the most enthusiastic
passenger "yesterday was James J.
Lewis, of Sayre, Pa. Mr. Lewis was
up in the air about 12 minutes and
greatly enjoyed the flight, It being his
first experience in a Wright machine.
He has studied aviation from a theo
retical point and expects soon to enter
a school of aviation in the north. Mr.
Lewis has already taken a few lessons
of Aviator Bruce, of the Curtis com
pany, at Hammondsport, N. Y.
Mr. Lewis, In company with Edward
Walter Buchanan, the young song
writer of Connecticut, are guests at
the Hotel Poinsettia. The former gen
tleman sails for New York on the
Lenape from Jacksonville tomorrow,
and the latter will remain In Daytona
for several weeks.
ARRIVALS OF A DAY .
AT HOTEL CLARENDON
Late arrivals at the big hotel by the
sea include Mrs. Arthur Schwarr,
Trenton, N. J.; Mr. and Mrs. A. A.
Chamberlain, Kansas City; Mr. and
Mrs. H. W. Dachtler and Mr. and Mrs.
J. S. Baumgarden, Toledo, Ohio; Robt.
Henderson, Montreal, Canada; J. N.
Henderson, Vancouver, B. C; Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel T. Harris, Boston, Mass.;
Mr. and Mrs. William R. Innls, New
York city; Alice M. Bushong and
Beatrice E. Bushong, Brooklyn, N. Y.
SIGNOR ZANONI FURNISHED
Signor Zanoni, of psychological
fame, gave a large number of very in-,
teresting demonstrations In the music
room at Hotel Clarendon last night.
His revelations were, indeed, wonder
ful, and those who saw the exhibitions
were greatly pleased with his style
Should Do as He Teaches.
It's a waste of time for a futher to
attempt to train up his son in the way
be should go if he doesn't keep in the
middle of the same path himself.
"Summer has Its inconveniences."
"I don't get you." "I was just think
ing of the vestless man who tries to
carry a lead pencil, a fountain pen,
his watch and his cigars In the top
pocket of his coat." Detroit Free
Valuable Painting Found.
A genuine Rubens has been discov
ered in a small private dwelling at
Strasburg. The painting, which de
picts a scene from Herodotus, formed
part of a legacy of Queen Christina of
Sweden, and dates from between 1G23
RUTH LAW CARRIED TWO
Ruth Law carried two passengers
in air flights yesterday In spite of the
bad weather. James Lewis, of Sayre,
Pa., and Miss Mary Muller were the
two persons who braved the elements
and accompanied the little aviator
over that part of Seabreeze and Day
tona Beach, which she has so often
traveled. Mr. Lewis was highly
pleased with the experience and was
not backward in saying so. It was
Miss Muller's first trip among the
clouds, and she, too, was delighted
with the trip.
HEAD OF LOCAL CONCERN
IS GUEST AT CLARENDON
Arthur E. Childs, president of the
Daytona Public Service company, In
company with Hon. William Butler, a
prominent lawyer of Boston, Mass.,
are sojourning at Hotel Clarendon.
The GrillAll Delicacies of the Market The Turkish Bath Dept. Hot Salt Baths
The Surf Bath Stalls The Saddle Horse Dept.
The Golf Course One of the Best The Bowling Alleys and Pool and Billiards
Hats and Gowns
for the Season
Branch Shop: 125 S. RidgewoodAv,
Daytona, opp. Ridgewood Hm.1
VISIT BOTH SHOPS
Pretty Sport Coats
Some reversible in blue and
red, others in corduroy and
all the new fabrics
ARE BEING SHOWN AT
The Only Shop of its Kind
BEACH CORNER VOLUSIA
FROM RIVER TO OCEAN .
BETWEEN THE BASEBALL PARK AND THE GOLF LINKS ON THE PENINSULA
OCEAN VIEW HEIGHTS
LOTS CAN BE PURCHASED FOR SMALL PAYMENTS DOWN, AND DEFERRED PAY
MENTS WILL BE ARRANGED IN SUCH A WAY THAT EVERY ONE WHO HAS A DE
SIRE TO OWN A LOT MAY DO SO.
THINK OF IT LOTS 40X150 MAY BE HAD FOR $170.00 AND FROM THAT UP.
OCEAN VIEW HEIGHTS IS ABSOLUTELY THE ONE BEST BUY ON THE BEACH.
OCEAN VIEW HEIGHTS
IS THE ONE SUBDIVISION, WHERE YOU CAN PURCHASE LOTS AT GROUND-FLOOR
PRICES. AT ACREAGE PRICES. AND WHERE YOU WILL BE RIGHT IN LINE WITH
THE BIG DEVELOPMENT. WHICH IS NOW IN SIGHT.
THE ONE SUBDIVISION WHERE THINGS ARE BEING DONE. THE STREET CAR
LINE HAS BEEN EXTENDED THROUGH HE PROPERTY: THE STREETS ARE NOW
WATER WILLE800N FOLLOW." T CEAN: SIDEWALKS. ELECTRIC LIGHTS AND
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M. LEIDERSDORF, Sales Agent or ANY REAL ESTATE DEALER
OPEN EVENINGS TELEPHONE 262-RED OPEN SUNDAYS