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WELVE PAGES TODAY'S NEWS TODAY ROUSSEAU Praunlint the Famous Reproduction "The European War" Gorgeous Pyrotechnical Fireworks Display at EBBETS FIELD Wednesday, March 17 at 8 P. M. t Admission 25 and 50 cent! Maison Blanc f ESTABLISHED 1882 Vnrnnii oiciucnr 4 nvcnc KPUI UtAliLHo flllU UlLAd Ladies' and Gents' Tailoring THE DAYTO NA V Masl' Ave- Those 77-Greeo Hradnuineri: New York-London-Peru PRICE FIVE CENT8 iLUME 11, NO. 184. DAYTON A, FLORIDA, MONDAY, MARCH 15, 1915. THE QUALITY STORE Dr. BOHANNON'S HOSPITAL andSANITARIUM First Avenue, Daytona, Fla. 2 lar-Re airy rooms, newly furnish ed and fitted throughout with nil hospital conveniences. Thoroughly equipped operating room on second floor. For terms address Phone 181 C. C. BOHANNON, M.D. O. S. BUftNETT MERCHANT TAILOR. Steam and Dry Cleaning. Phone 1 1 1-Green. 30 8. Beach 8t. The PRINCE GEORGE DAYTONA'S leading hotel Every Room Electrically Lighted, Steam Heated and equipped with Hot and Cold Running Water. Elevator Service HILYARD & HOLROYD, PROPRIETORS Make Our Siore lour SESfetSiLi' Store fo.'H.'Kpwe & Co. Reference CIEWELERS Everybody D U. S. WAS READY TO USE FORCE IN OPENING PORT OF PROGRESS ARRANZA GOT BUSY iVDEN UNCLE SAM SAID "GET A MOVE ON, QUICK" WASHINGTON, MARCH 15. PRESIDENT WILSON SERVED NOTICE CARRANZA THAT THE PORT OF PROGRESSO, MEXICO, THROUGH ICH COMES PRACTICALLY ALL THE SISAL USED IN MAKING H Ah- pTING TWINE, MUST BE KEPT OPEN. CARRANZA IMME- TELY ABANDONED THE BLOCKADE OF THE PORT. IT BECAME )WN TODAY THAT THE UNITED STATES WAS PREPARED TO USE PCE. IS NECESSARY, IN EFFECTING ACQUIESCENCE WITH ITS DE- iNDS. "Grab This Chatter" As chief Gink and Dispenser of the heavy stuff in this dump, I desire to state that our FLORENCE OVENS are parenthetically perfect. Looks like more rain, doesn't it? Grub er-Morris Hardware Co. (THAT'S ALL) BRITISH LOST SLIGHTLY AT STELOI. PARIS, March 15 (Official). The British suffered slight reverses today at oi, the Germans driving them back in an attack. Later the British regained Ir losses partially. German assaults In the Argonnes were repulsed. WON DISBELIEVES PEPORT OF PROBABLE SURRENDER OF SMYRNA LONDON, MARCH 15. WHILE TENEDOS DISPATCHES STATE THAT E SURRENDER OF SMYRNA. WHICH IS BEING BOMBARDED BY TISH WARSHIPS, IS IMMINENT, ADVICES FROM ATHENS INDICATE 'T THE ALLIES FLEET ATTACKING THE DARDANELLES IS MEET GREAT DIFFICULTIES, AND IT IS BELIEVED THAT THE BIG GUNS THE TURKISH FORTS INFLICTED GREATER DAMAGE THAN THE i'CIAL REPORTS SAY. SMYRNA IS BADLY BATTERED, AND POR- PS OF THE CITY HAVE BEEN DESTROYED. LADY STRICKEN DEAD WHILE MAKING MERRY SUDDEN ATTACK SATURDAY EVENING RESULTED IN AL MOST INSTANT DEATH OF MRS. LAUGHLIN, OF NEW YORK. While dancing In the ballroom of one of the local tourist hotels, Satur day evening. Mrs. Rachel M. Laugh lln became suddenly 111, and a few momcntx inter, at half gait seven, she was dead. Mrs. l.nughlln came here from Do troll, Mich., about six weeks ngo, to spend the remainder of the win ter. Only last Friday she was Joined by I'M win I). Lnughlin, Iter hus band, and they were apparently hav ing a most delightful visit. The sud denness of the wife's taking away during the course of a merry evening was shocking In the extreme, espe cially to the couple's numerous friends among the visitors and resi dents in the city. The remains, accompanied by Mr. CLAUDE GRAHAM-WHITE h I; BLOCKADE OF GERMANY OFFICIALLY DECLARED TODAY BY ENGLAND LONDON, MARCH 15. THE LONG EXPECTED PROCLAMATION DE CLARING A BLOCKADE OF THE WHOLE OF GERMANY WAS DECLARED TODAY. EVERY MERCHANT VESSEL WHICH SAILED AFTER MARCH 18T TO OTHER THAN A GERMAN PORT, CARRYING GOODS OF THE ENEMY TO DESTINATION; OR ANY VESSEL SAILING FROM OTHER THAN A GERMAN PORT, CARRYING GOODS ORIGINATING WITH THE ENEMY, MAY BE REQUIRED TO DISCHARGE IT8 CARGO AT A BRITISH PORT OR AN ALLIED PORT. ANY COUNTRY WHICH DECLARES NO COMMERCE IS INTENDED FOR OR ORIGINATING IN GERMANY, OR BELONGING TO GERMAN SUB JECTS, MAY ENJOY THE PROTECTION OF THE BRITISH FLAG. Claude Graham-White, one of the foremost of English airmen, has been very active as a member of Great Hritalns aviation corps CONSTANTINOPLE, MARCH 15. MORE OF THE ALLIES' WARSHIPS !E BEEN DAMAGED IN THE OPERATIONS IN THE DARDANELLES. ORTS OF THE HOSTILE WARSHIPS TO APPROACH TURKISH MINE OS FAILED. THE ALLIES' CLAIM TO HAVE REDUCED THE FORTS THE ENTRANCE TO THE WATERWAY IS DENIED. IT IS DECLARED T THE fmcmvc nnMPApriMPNTK HAVE BEEN INEFFECTIVE. - ' "' i Tm'mr ini him WHWldf fc.l i l.aughUn, left Monday morning at X:.".2, via the F. K. C. railway, for Co lines, N. Y., where the funeral Is U take place Bome time this week. In terment will be made In Onkwood cemeter, Cohoes. Hev. F. S, Sill, pastor, of the Cohoes Presbyterian church, of which tlm deceased lady was a member, will conduct the fun eral service. Mrs. Laughlln was C.I years old. ATHENS, MARCH 15. IT IS REPORTED THAT THE GERMAN TST JISER f.nFBcw u ac nccw worrKFn BY STRIKING A MINE IN THE .i. j -.. - - me unu me rrencn lllue Cross NORA SEA. THE VESSEL WAS BEACHED AND THE BIG GUNoBral view of Its hospital at Le Torquet ' tm ASHORE TO THE FORTS. TOGETHER WITH 7 H fc tsuists tSLAU. THE GOEBEN WAS TO AID TURKISH SHIPS IN DEFENDING ISTANTINOPLE IN THE FINAL BATTLE. FOR TROUBLE DANISH SHIP MADE PRISONER BY GERMANS. COPENHAGEN, March 15. The Danish steamer Bryszel, bound fron ladetphia for Stockholm, has been seized by a German warship and taken S"inmunde. The Bryszel touched Scotland on March 1. PUBLIC SCHOOLS INSPECTED BY COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD The Daytona public .;chonls were inspected by the members of tiie county school board and county super intendent, ('. K. M .Shepherd, tiiis luonjiiiK. ami iii wilier V..il "J ber.-i of the board might realize the number of students at the main build ing on Hay street, the entire school 1 1 . 1 .1 ino ot. ft bftuF --. akw, iimmi win, wu- marnieu iroiji me uu'tumhi ....... Dining Cars from Jackson-1 comitlg to attention, sang "America Trains West -4 'SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED" "DIXIE FLYER" ' "DIXIE LIMITED" fNTGOMERY ROUTE EXPRESS" Vi L. & N. R. R. to ICINNATI CHICAGO pSVILLE ST. LOUIS IANAPOLIS CLEVELAND i DETROIT rle Link..., ... . ...... ....... oicci I rain wiin vd- ' DIVERSE ROUTES TO WA-PACFIC EXPOSITION. fvationt, etc.. call en or addresl " F. SCHWEGEL, Pass. At. i l,h Lui. the "Land Man," cor- L Be and Magnolia St. ho" W Blue. DAYTONA and saluted the flag. The members of the board then inspected the various rooms of. the school, and looked over the work being done in the various, grades and In the different depait-; merits of the high school. ater front lots on the H ! 11 ' ' I'" ,i "n PEOPLE OF KEYSTONE STATE TO PICNIC AT MOUND GROVE Citizens of the state of Pennsyl vania have arranged to enjoy a basket plihle at Mound (Jrove next Wednes day, the trip to be made on the recu- lur boat of the Nutting line, leaving tills city In' the morning and return ing In the afternoon. This will givo the people of the Keystone state an opportunity to get together In an in formal manner and get acquainted as the residents of a number of other states are doing, and for those who have not previously visited Mound Grove there is the added pleasure of Beelng this handsome property. The boat will leave the Volusia avenue dock at 9:00 a. m. Coffee can be made on the boat. NOT SATISFIED WITH SITUATION, CZAR GOES TO FRONT IN POLAND PETROGRAD, MARCH 15. THE CZAR LEFT FOR THE WESTERN FRONT TODAY TO GET FIRST-HAND INFORMATION CONCERNING THE ACTUAL SITUATION. IT IS REPORTED THAT HE IS DISSATISFIED wr H THE RECENT CONDUCT OF MILITARY AFFAIRS. THE GERMANS ARE SENDING HEAVY RE-ENFORCEMENTS INTO SULAKI. ANOTHER GREAT BATTLE IS IMMINENT WEST OF THE NICMEN RIVER. IT IS BELIEVED THAT THE GERMANS SPREAD ACROSS POSITIONS NORTH OF THE NAREW AND BOBR RIVERS TO T. E NUMBER OF A MILLION MEN. i Mrs. T. O. Milton drove over to DeLand and Beresford Sunday in her car. tnklntr fn hr trnn jj, Ucrcsfor;' ner sister, Mrs. W. B. Burgess, who had been visiting here for gome time. Mrs. Milton was accompanied on the trip by her uncle and aunt, Rev. and Mrs. O. L. Maice, of Baltimore, Md., who are here for a visit. They found the road in very bad condition, ow ing to the rain of the previous night, but made the trip without mishap. There was a big touring car in the ditch this side of Mount Ararat, they say. MASSACRES DY TURKS AROUSE GREEKS' FURY ATHENS, MARCH 15. TURKISH SOLDIERS ARE REPORTED TO HAVE MASSACRED 60 GREEK FAMILIES IN THE VILLAGE OF YEMARI IN ASIA MINOR. AT AVILIK, MUSSULMAN TROOPS TFRROPircr. -ruJ TOWN, KILLING SIX NATIVES AND 40 GREEKS. THE FEELING IN GREECE TODAY HAS ALMOST REACHED THE BREAKING POINT. LONDON ADMITS SINKING OF THREE MORE SHIPS. LONDON. March 15.-lt Is officially admitted that the Florazan, Headlands and Hartdale, three British merchantmen, have lately h..n ...u .... submarines. The Florazan was torpedoed near the mouth of Bristol channel , nucaay, aner landing a cargo of cotton from Galveston at Havre The Headlands, also used In the American trade, was torpedoed off Sicily l.'land. Friday. The Hartadale was torpedoed Friday in the Irish Sea. ENTERTAINED AT CARDS IN HONOR OF VISITING SISTER Dr. S. M. Long entertained with four tables of bridge and one of 500, baluriiay evening, at his South Beach street apartments, honoring his sis ter, who has been visiting him for some time. At bridge Mrs. W. S. WoJ cott, of Daytona Beach, won the first prize, while the 500 prize was secured by Mrs. Chaa. Gailor, of this city. Two handsome gueBt prizes went to Miss Anne Curtis, of Birmingham, and Miss Dalton. of Cincinnati. Following the games, delightful refreshments were served. Conkey's Chicken Remedies are known all over the country as the very best and can be relied upon. Remember we am n stockina a full line of them. If interested ask for booklet. tiankins Drug Co, THREE STORES ops are all mobilized and large bodies, tuanuiug turuugu me streets of City limits. Watch for opening sale.