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.TWELVE PAGES TODAY'S NEWS TOD AV: - rrWELVE PAGES 2MI AM T7 'A. . Maison Blanc ESTABLISHED 1192 FRENCH CLEANERS and DYERS Ladies' and Gents' Tailoring 21 Magaolia Ave. "Passe 77-Greea HudgunWl! Ntw Yrk-Lonssn-rris ii i THE DAYTONA 0 Hit J LJT ITOTU ROUSSEAU "The European War' Gorgeous Pyroiechnical Fir works Display at EBBETS FIELD Wednesday. March 17 at 8 P. M. Admission 25 and 50 cents TICKETS ON SALE AT HANKINS VOLUME 11, NO. 186. DAYTONA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 17, 1915. PRICE FIVE CENTS THE QUALITY 'STORE Make Our 'J-ft Stare Your Store b.Hw?Seo. Reference CJCWELIRS Everybody DYTotfi. PLoajoA PL- nniMT i"T3 sT1 Every Room Electrically Lighted, Steam inC JTIVinEi Heated ai DAYTONA'S leading hotel and equipped with Hot and Cold Running Water. Elevator Service HILYARD & HOLROYD, PROPRIETORS Or. NUIHOirS HOSPITAL 11. SANITAIIlll Flret Avenue, Daytona, Fla. S6 Urge airy rooms, newly furnish ed and fitted throughout with all hospital conveniences. Thoroughly equipped operating; room on second floor. For terms address Phone 181 C. C. BOHANNON, M.D. 0. S. BURNETT MERCHANT TAILOR. 8team and Dry Cleaning. Phone 1 1 1-Green. 30 8. Beach St NEW SUBSCRIPTIONS COUNT VERY HIGH IN PANAMAEXPO. CON. TWENTY 3-YEAR SUBSCRIBERS WORTH 6.000,000 VOTE 8, WOULD PUT NEARLY ANY GIRL IN THE LEAD. There Is probably not a contestant In the Gazette-News Panama-Pacific Exposition contest who realizes how easily her count can be . Increased. Twenty new subscriptions (or three years entitle a contestant to 6,000,000 rotes and will place nearly any one of the contestants In the lead. Forty re newals (or three years each will give contestant 3,000,000 votes, twenty new subscriptions for two years count 3,000,000, twenty new one-year sub scriptions give a contestant a boost of 1,200,000. Remember the votes given on sub scriptions are as follows, and the con test will close April 5th, so tttehoovcs every contestant to get busy: RENEWALS. One year 30,000 Two years 75,000 Three years 150,000 NEW SUBSCRIPTIONS. One year 60,000 Two years 150,000 Three years 300,000. Useless Are Protests of . Neutrals, Says Official of English Government EMBARGO ON COMMERCE WITH GERMANY COSTING 0. S. $100,000 PER DAY WASHINGTON, MARCH 17. GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS ESTIMAtc THAT THE BRITISH EMBARGO ON GERMAN SHIPPING 18 COSTING THE UNITED 8TATES $100,000 A DAY, ON ACCOUNT OF LOSS OF CU8TOMS DUTIES. PERSONS CLOSE TO THE ADMINISTRATION 8AY THAT IT IS CER TAIN THAT THE UNITED STATES WILL MAKE A FIRM PROTE8T AGAINST GREAT BRITAIN'S EDICT. The following Is the standing of the various contestants at Monday night's count: DAYTONA. Maude Klock ... 6,643,500 Kllzabeth Uhleln 5.562,000 Winona Lapp 3,302,500 Hazel Myers 3,287,60 Margaret Brokaw 1,570,500 ornella Stevens 918,000 na Ilond 437,500 nestle Glttens 293,000 'elite Stlling 128,600 Laura Caldwell 74,000 Ruth Otis 38,500 Mcna Polllts 36,0(00 Iva Livingston 35.6A0 Jennie Mansfield 31,500 Klsie Sevcrson 48,500 Hazel Ferris 14,500 Josle Drown 12.000 Bernlce Messing 6,500 Leona Glffen 9,000 OUTSIDE OP DAYTONA Mahel Elsworth, Ormond.... 4,088,500 Horchlld Kspedahl, Blake .. 2,379.000 urlle Johnson, Daytona B. 1,809,500 lste Coates, Daytona Beach 1,489,600 May Kingston, Kingston .... 1,470,000 Una Sparkman, Port Orange 431,000 RS. HOLMES 8. RIGHTMIRE WILL BE 8PEAKER OF EVENING The regular monthly meeting of the Halifax Sunday School association ill be held In the Christian church building on Thursday evening, March 'Mh, at 7:30 o'clock. Mrs. Rlghtmire. wife o( Rev. Holmes Rlshtmlre, o( the Baptist church. 111 be the speaker o( the evening. t Is hoped that there will be a large attendance at the meeting. LONDON, MARCH 17. GREAT BRITAIN WILL MAINTAIN HER BLOCKADE OF GERMAN PORTS. PROTESTS BY NEUTRAL NATIONS WILL CAUSE NO ALTERATION OF THE GOVERN MENT'8 PLAN8 TO ISOLATE GERMANY, ACCORDING- TO A STATEMENT MADE BY A HIGH OFFICIAL TODAY. RUSSIANS EXPECT FALL OF PRZEMYSL SOON; WILL THEN ATTACK KRAKCOW PETROGRAD, MARCH 17. THREE DE8PERATE SORTIES BY THE AUSTRIANS FROM THE FORTRESS AT PRZEMSYL DURING THE LAST TWO DAYS WERE REPULSED BY THE RUSSIAN8 WHO ARE PRESSING NEARER AND NEARER TO THE BESIEGED STRONGHOLD. THE SITUA TIONTION INSIDE THE CITY IS CRITICAL AND IT IS EXPECTED TO FALL WITHIN A SHORT TIME. WITH THE FALL OF PRZEMSYL THE RUSSIANS WILL ADVANCE ON KRAKOW. THE FORCES OF THE CZAR MADE 8LIGHT GAINS AT PRZA8NYSZ, BUT AT HEAVY COST. aetOlu.uft "Saint Patrick" Today's your turn we're out of it. Grub sr-Morris Hardware Co. (THAT'S ALL) thg ail meats, mruugu aieepiug bar reservations, address F. BIGELOW, Fla. Pasa. Agt, Queen 4 Crescent Route, 212 W. Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla. This is no day (or common people and ripe oranges. 4 -Trains West -4 "SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED" "DIXIE FLYER" "DIXIE LIMITED" MONTGOMERY ROUTE EXPRESS" Via L t N. R. R. to CINCINNATI CHICAGO JIOUISVILLE ST. LOUIS ynuiANAPOLIS CLEVELAND DETROIT ElKtrIc LlalltSd StMl Tralna h Oh. """Ion ana Dining Cars from Jackson- DIVERSE ROUTES TO PANAMA. PACIFIC EXPOSITION. F" reservations, etc., call en er address IRA F YkaujKiw, . " Wltlt LlWI. M.. M, .... T ",r aaeh ana Magnolia St. '"Phone 124 Blu.. nivTtui THOUGHT CONFERENCE TODAY MEANS ITALY IS SOON TO JOIN ALLIES ROME, MARCH 17. A LONG CONFERENCE WHICH IS BELIEVED HERE TO HAVE BEEN A "WAR COUNCIL," WAS HELD AT THE ROYAL PALACE TODAY. PREMIER 8ALANDRA WENT TO THE PALACE EARLY THIS MORNING AND WAS CLOSETED WITH THE KING FOR OVER AN HOUR. AN EXTRAORDINARY CABINET MEETING HAS BEEN CALLED FOR TOMORROW, AND EVERY MEMBER OF THE KING'S BODY OF OFFI CIAL ADVISER8 HAS BEEN COMMANDED TO BE PRESENT. THE GERMAN AMBA8SADOR CALLED AT THE FOREIGN OFFICE TODAY, BUT STAYED ONLY A SHORT TIME. IT IS GENERALLY REPORTED THAT A CRISIS HA8 BEEN REACHED AND IT 18 ALMOST UNIVER8ALLY BELIEVED HERE THAT ITALY WILL JOIN THE ALLIE8 WITHIN A FORTNIGHT. OFFICIAL BERLIN STATEMENT. BERLIN, March 18 (Official). After a three-days' battle, the Germans captured a cliff northwest of Arras. At Vauquois and northwest of Pont a Mousson the French were repulsed. In making a flanking movement In the vicinity of Tauroggen, Poland, the Russlsns were repulsed. They wsrs also checked In their operations between the Orzyo and 8zckwa rivers. Water front nd, passed off very pleasantly, ten bles being filled; a goodly number msiderlng Its following so close on the village street fair. Mr. and rs. L. Kay Clements win entertain the next whist, which will be given Tuesday, the 16th. at the library Joms. Those who were courageous enough brave the rain on Sunday morning nd attend church, not only listened ) an excellent sermon by Dr. Rich mnd, but were favored with two los by Mrs. Neville of Hotel Clar idon. Mrs. Neville has a beautiful ntralto voice of rare quality and ose who neurit iier Kit il a Kieai rivllege to be present. After services Lac H. Sawyer gave an interesting Ik to the Sunday school on "High fcals." Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Jenkins, who ive been guests at "Merrivale," the ime of Mr. and Mrs. George H. Sage, r some time past, returned north t Sunday morning. Mrs. Jenkins U stop oft in Virginia enroute to elr home In Hartford, Conn. Hiss Marion Cleveland entertained t young friends at bridge on Thura- sAernoon at Bretton Inn. rs. Frank W. Hopkins, o( New ages and (or both sexes is needed. Upon request, the vaudeville given at the street (air was repeated on Monday night to a large audience. Be fore the performance Dr. Richmond gave a short and spicy talk explaining the object (or which the vaudeville was given, namely, the raising ot funds (or the new memorial library. One or two new (eatures had been added, among these being a number given by Miss Minshall and her (rlend guests at Hotel Ormond, entitled "The Neapolitan Scream." This was an Italian street scene, given In costume and which proved very taking. The maxixe dance, given by the little Misses Jeannette Darby and May Hramei.waa most enthusiastically re ceived, these small artists receiving two encores, Miss Jeannette's sons: ana fancy dance later on also receiv Ing much appreciation. Mrs. Neville. o( Hotel Clarendon. was in Deautirul voice and charmed i. ..... ... .... tiu inree numbers The Rosary," "Good bye" and "Land O' The Leal." The vaudeville netted something over $88.00, which will help out the street (air proceeds and very materially add to the memorial build ing (und. Mrs. Ellen Borden, with Miss John son, are now spending a week or so in Tampa, Ha. Mrs. J. D. Price Is spending a (ew days at Palm Beach in company with her "(rlend, Mrs. B. W. Currier, o( Lynn, Mass. Miss Dorothy Robblns, daughter o( Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Robblns, on Pal- It Is said that tbout fourteen hun dred earth tremors were (elt In Japan last year. Send Ds Your Orders FOR I BEAMS CHANNELS ' ANGLES and ' ALL SHAPES BOILER PLATE TANK 8TEEL ; GALVANIZED COPPER and ZINC SHEETS ' TRUSS RODS STAY BOLTS STRUCTURAL i IRON WORK j OP ALL KTNna OAK, CYPRESS ! MAHOGANY I WHITE PINE and ! ALL HARD worms DORIES SKIFFS BUILT TO ORnpn BOILERS AND TANKS TO ORDER competent workmen (or road work at all times In IS THE MO WE SKL.L. T DAYTONA AUl NEXT DOOR TO POSTOFFICE Are Now In Suits of Bernsrd, Drecoll, See can be copied in any nature of . .MILU rrom mane Grey, Rabeux, Georg Trimmed Hats $3.50, $5, $7 BEACH, COR .VOLUSIA (I. S. SENATOR FROM MAINE IN DAYTONA HON. CHARLES F. JOHNSON AND, WIFE, OF WATERVILLE, HERE FOR WEEK WITH PARTY OF FRIENDS. The Hotel Tourist Is entertaining a distinguished citizen of the Pine Tree state in the person ot United States Senator Charles F. Johnson, of Waterville, Maine. Senator Johnson, is accompanied by his wife and party of friends, which include Mr. and Mrs. Willis A. Joy and Mr. and Mrs. J. C. LeBeau, of Grand Forks, N. D. Senator Johnson was elected to the United States senate to succeed Hon. M Eugene Hale for the term beginning March 4, 1911, and his term will ex pire in March, 1917. He has served several times in the Maine legislature and was a candidate on the Demo cratic ticket for governor in the years of 1892 and 1894. He was admitted to the bar in 1888 and engaged in the practice, of law in Waterville for a number of years. Senator Johnson and party, who will be here for about a week, are to day enjoying a boat excursion up the . beautiful Tomoka river. DICKHUT-COURTNEY WEDDING 80LEMNIZED TUE8DAY EVENING SEABREEZE, March lS.-On Tues day evening, at the beautiful new home on North Grandview avenue prepared for his bride, the marriage ceremony which made William Had wln Courtney and Mrs. Cora K. Dick hut man and wife was solemnl.ed by Rev. Wm. J. Drew, pastor of the First Congregational church of Day tona. , Preceding the ceremony, the 75 or 80 guests present enjoyed a delight ful muslcale in whioh Miss Willaume, who later played the wedding march, was pianist; Mrs. Wilson Ramsey and Mrs. BenJ. Richards soloists; Alfred Donnelly, violin soloist. The only attendant was Master Newton Wilmington, who presented the wedding ring on a white satin pillow. The newly weds were the pleased ' recipients of many beautiful, hand some and useful gifts. The bride was dressed In a white charmeuse gown covered with while chiffon and a beaded tunic, and car ried a bouquet shower of white bride roses. Among the out-of-town guests and relatives attending the ceremonies were Mr. Wilmington, brother-in-law of the bride, and Mortimer Courtney and son, Mortimer, Jr., who came up from Miami Sunday. Jacksonville. Florida'' ANXOUN SOUTHERN v DAYTONA ai New 12-paseenger 'Bus will mnliB after Monday. March 8. 1916 "e LEAVE iHi)TEL CLARENDOI DAYTONA.. YrM,DT8 HOTEL CITY HOTEL DriiEn"" 2fP?N'8 GARAGE . . rwiriAM INN Phone Nautilus, 382 Green. Pnone Leidersdorf, 22 Red. DELAND BAND HERE FOR ALLANDALE AUCTION 8ALE The DeLand band, R. C. Bushnell, manager, was in Daytona Wednesday in connection with the Allandale auc tion sale of lots. This band Is a well- known musical organization that has gained considerable popularity under the able management of Mr. Bushnell, who Is a talented musician. C. O. Chamberlln and sister, Mrs. R. E. Gordon, who have been season guests at the Despland hotel, left on Tuesday morning as planned on their return north. Conkey's Chicken Remedi are known all over the country as the very best and can be relied upon. Remember we are now stocking a full line of them. If interested ask for booklet. Nankins Drug Co. THREE STORES opening sale. .VI 1 'J ' 7. V rM . - I ! . A). : 1 :. A'tft v?4t . hi '4; 'ti' m Mi! f - - I J"! 4. ' in 'itit': ',.1 ' 1 i'