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TODAY'S NEWS TODAY
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f ESTABLISHED 1892
WH CLEANERS and DYERS
Ladies' and Gents Tailoring
Jl Magnolia Ave. Fbeoe 77-Crecn
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ROUSSEAU
Prauolinl tha Famoaa ReprodueHoB
"The European War"
Gorg eous Pyrotechnicsl Fireworks Display
at EBBETS FIELD
Wednesday, March 17 at 8 P. M.
Admission 25 and 50 centa
TICKETS ON SALE AT HANKINS
UME 11. NO. 185.
DAYTONA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, MARCH 16, 1915.
PRICE FIVE CENT8
THE QUALITY STORE
Make Our In
JStore Your JW
Slo b.'H.'Kpwe&eo.
Itfertnce UEWELERS
Everbody dvton. rLoiDk
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
Dr. BOIMNNON'S HOSPITAL and SANITARIUM
Flrat Avenue, Daytona, Fla.
St large airy rooma, newly furnish
ed and fitted throughout with nil
hospital conveniences. ThoroiiBhly
equipped operating room on second
floor. For terms address
Phone 181 C. C. BOHANNON, M.D.
0. S. BURNETT
MERCHANT TAILOR.
Steam and Dry Cleaning.
Phone 11 1-Green. 30 8. Beach 8b
British Warships Instructed to Seize
Ml Ships, Regardless of Flag, Carrying
Commodities to or from Germany
ILTAN PREFERS REIN6
CAPTURED BY ALLIES
TO POSSIBLE TORTURE
LONDON, MARCH 16. DESPITE THE EFECTIVE FIRE OF THE
IES' FLEET ENGAGED IN TRYING TO GET THROUGH THE DARDA
LES, THE TURKS HAVE BEEN ABLE TO REPAIR SOME OF THEIR
TTERED FORTS AND MOUNT NEW GUNS, SAYS A DISPATCH RE-
vED FROM ATHENS TODAY.
CONSIDERABLE DAMAGE IS REPORTED TO HAVE BEEN DON?
ITISH AND FRENCH WARSHIPS. THE HOSPITAL SHIP, CANADA,
BN THE WAY TO MALTA, FILLED WITH WOUNDED.
THE TURKS ARE WORKING DESPERATELY TO STRENGTHEN
E DEFENSES OF THE BOSPHORU8.
ALTHOUGH URGED TO LEAVE, THE SULTAN REMAINS IN CON-
tNTINOPLE, DECLARING THAT HE HAD RATHER BECOME A PRIS
R OF THE ALLIES THAN TO FALL INTO THE HANDS OF THE
UNG TURKS."
BIGGEST BATTLESHIP LAUNCHED TODAY.
NEWPORT NEWS, March 16. The dreadnaught Pennsylvania, America's
hteit battleship, was successfully launched at 10:00 o'clock this morning.
GERMANS LOST 18,000 MEN IN FOUR DAYS.
LONDON, March 16-The War office estimates that Germany lost 18,000
around Neuve Chappellt on March 10th, 11th, 12th and 13th.
"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, i
Looks like more rain, doesn't it?
Grub er-Morris Hardware Co.
(THAT'S LL)
ORMOND DWELLING HUSH SCHOOL PLAY
DESTROYED DY FIRE! 1 A LAUGH PROVOKER
MEMBERS OF COUNTY 8CHOOL "CUPID AT' V ASS A R," IS TITLE OF
BOARD, WHO WERE IN8PECT- PLAY TO BE PRESENTED IN
ING PUBLIC SCHOOL, ASSISTED 1 PUBLIC SCHOOL AUDITORIUM
IN SAVING HOUSEHOLD GOODS.' NEXT TUESDAY.
Fire late Monday afternoon dc- "Cupid at, Vassar" is the title of
stroyed the dwelling bouse owned and the Daytona high school play which
166 BRITISH SHIPS OUT OF COMMISSION.
LONDON, March 16. Up to March 10th, 166 British merchant ships had
interned, captured or destroyed since the beginning of the war, according
in official statement.
1
COTTON CONSUMPTION INCREASES.
WASHINGTON, March 16. The census bureau' report issued today
M that 463,167 bales of cotton were consumed during February, against
831 during the corresponding month last year.
occupied by Hugo Schmidt at Or
mond. The house, a five or alx room build
ing, burned rapidly but with the help
of neighbors most of the furnishings
were carried out and saved.
Mr. Schmidt was away from borne
at the time, being at work at Tomoka,
and Mrs. Schmidt and children were
alone In the house.
will be presented at the New Day
aona theater on the evening; of Tues
day, March 13rd. Thli year's play la
one that will bring laughter to all, and
it Is confidently expected that the
luff est crowd witness a high school
play will turn out a week from to
night and throng the theater. The
principal roles are taken by students
who have bad some experience pre
viously, and under the able manage
ment of Miss Luclle Mitchell the
At the time the alarm of fire was minor members of the cast are show-
made the county school board was Ing conidderable class.
making an inspection of the public
school which was but a short distance
away, and both school and Inspection
came to an
T f!
had but recently finished paying
for it and tha lnn nf tha nnnio Its em
abrupt conclusion, the!i!re.t hardshln i
iMfiuuera ui me uuuru laning a nana
In the work of saving the household
The St. Patrick's day tei'hd cos-
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NEW CENSUS DIRECTOR TAKES OFFICE.
WASHINGTON, March 16. Samuel Rogers, of South Carolins, wss today
n In as director of the census, to succeed William J. Harris, recently
inted by President Wilson as a member of the federal trade commission.
M'QUEEN JOINS RANKS
PF PASSENGER AGENTS HERE
M. McQueen, traveling passenger j
(or the Nashville, Chattanooga '
Louis railway, with headquar-
In Knoxville, Tenn., arrived In ;
pea Monday and will be here un-,
end of the season, looking after !
interests of the passenger traffic :
ard over his line. Mr. Mc-l
fn is no stranger to Daytona, hav-
een temporarily here in previous
Ions and he has many friends in
ma and vicinity who will be glad
po of his return at this time.
good, from the flames, which spread tume partv whch wIU n fc
inn rfinlrilv that lliara a a w. 1 . 0
the ladles of the Palmetto club to
morrow afternoon at the clubhousn
so rapidly that there was no chance
to save the building.
Mr. Schmidt had purchased the
place some time ago and it Is said
on Orange avenue will begin with an
interesting program.
WASHINGTON MAKES NO
EFFORT TO CONCEAL ITS
EXTREME DISPLEASURE
WASHINGTON, MARCH '16.L-SECRETARY OF STATE BRYAN HAS
RECEIVED THE BRITISH REPLY TO THE AMERICAN NOTE REGARD
ING FOODSTUFFS AND SUBMARINES, SENT THE GOVERNMENTS OF
GREAT BRITAIN AND GERMANY WHEN THE LATTER DECLARED A
BLOCKADE AGAINST'" ENGLAND. THE 8ECRETARY ALSO RECEIVED
FROM AMBASSADOR PAGE THE TEXT OF THE BRITISH ORDER ES
TABLISHING A GENERAL EMBARGO ON GERMAN TRADE.
IT IS THE GENERAL OPINION IN OFFICIAL AND DIPLOMATIC CIR
CLES HERE THAT THE UNITED STATES WILL PROTEST TO GREAT
BRITAIN AND PRANCE AGAINST THE ORDER THAT ALL TRADE WITH
GERMANY BE 8TOPPED.
NO ATTEMPT IS BEING MADE TO CONCEAL THE FACT THAT
ENGLAND'S ACTION IN ISSUING THE 8WEEPINQ EMBARGO ORDER
IS MOST DISPLEASING TO THIS GOVERNMENT.
LONDON, MARCH 16. THE BRITISH ORDER PROHIBITING MARI
TIME COMMUNICATION WITH GERMANY HAS BEEN WIRELESSED TO
ALL BRITISH WAR8HIP8. NO REA80N FOR THE ORDER WA8 GIVEN.
ENGLISH WARSHIP8 ANYWHERE ON THE HIGH 8EA8, CAN ARREST
SHIPS OF ANY COUNTRY CARRYING COMMODITIES TO OR FROM GER
MAN PORTS.
THE NEWSPAPERS OF LONDON AND OF THE BRITISH I8LAND8
ARE WARMLY COMMENDING THE GOVERNMENT.
POLI8H CITY UNDER BOMBARDMENT.
PETROGRAD, March 16. The Germane are violently bombarding the
fortress of Ossowiee with heavy gun. The enemy haa been able to move
aome batteries near the city, but so far the cannonading has been ineffectual.
In the night sorties the Russian captured a number of German.
A German force attempted to approach the frozen Bobr river, south of
Auguatowa, but were repulsed, with severe losses.
The Russian are holding the enemy along the entire front In the reolon
ofJPriasnysx.
il?"Dn mtSrwAJ Im ! -. 1 1 1 & - . ...
- r '""'""'n mtmmrf operations in ine Carpathian.
(Additional Telegraphic New on Page Six.)
Trains West - 4
SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED"
"OIXIE FLYER"
"DIXIE LIMITED"
PNTGOMEBY ROUTE EXPRESS"
Via L. a. N. R. R. to
ICINNATI CHICAGO
JIISVILLE ST. LOUIS
JlANAPATtc rvvirrt awn
DETROIT
f""c Llghttd Steel Tralna with Ob
t'on and Dining Cars rom Jackson-
DIVERSE BAiiTara rn
AN AM A. PACIFIC EXPOSITION.
'ery.tlona, etc.. call an or address
"A P. ICHWIREI ... Am
f "lth Lucas, the "Land Man," cor
I Beach and Magnolia St.
P"e W Blue. DAYTONA
mm
With a checking account In a
strong bank no woman need
fear paying the same financial
obligation of the household ex
penses twice for If th re
ceipted bill is lost th endorsed
check still remains in evidence.
Like a uccessful business en
terprise she "systematizes" her
operations when she
PAYS OUT
BY CHECK
She considers the money out
go more carefully with a bal
anced checkbook at her side.
And the convenience the sav
ing of time Is of itself a pre
cious boon. We solicit the
checking accounts of women
and give assurance of a cour
teous welcome. The woman
who pays by check wins!
Merchants Bank
DAYTONA, FLA.
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT
4
PER CENT ON
SAVINGS ACC'TS
Designated Depository for U. S. Postal Savings
aW M4AUJ
Depository of the State of Florida
J. B. CONRAD, President.
F. N. CONRAD, Cashier., F. J. NIVER, Asst. Cashier.
ATTENDING GREAT COUNr.n nt
IMPROVED ORDER OF RED MEN
Dr. H. K. DuBols, of Port Orango,
Was in the Cltv Mnnrlnv i
the afternoon, in company with W O
noons, ror tsanford, where they went
to attend today the arrant
the Improved Order of Red Men of
norma, Mr. Hobbs being a member
of the body and Dr. DuBoia a delegate
from Osceola Tribe, No. 21. of this
city.
1 -J
George A. Hovt nf m w mi .
company, investment bankers of New
York, is a guest at tha winioo ...-.
and will be In the city for a few days.
(TicunfoirilL.
Conkey's Chicken Remedies
iS kuown aii over that Minh
the very best and can be relied
upon. Remember w a
stocking- a full line of them. If
interested ask for booklet.
iiankins Drug Co.
(Vater front lots on the Halifax, inside City limits. Watch for
fHREE STORES
opening sale.

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