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TWELVE PAGES TODAY'S NEWS TODAY Maison Blanc ESTABLISHED 1892 n FRENCH CLEANERS and DYERS Ladies' and Gents' Tailoring 21 Magnolia Ave. "Phone 77-Creen Headquarter!: New York-London-Paril THE DAYTONA VOLUME 11, NO. 190. DAYTONA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, MARCH 22, 1915. PRICE FIVE CENT! THE QUALITY STORE So", S'" b.U'Kpw&'eo. Reference (JEWELERS Everjbody qaVtoi. florid, TheJ'RINCE GEORGE DAYTONA'S leading hotel Every Room Electrically Lighted, Steam Heated and equipped with Hot and Cold Running Water. Elevator Service HILYARD & HOLROYD, PROPRIETORS DrJOHAMOrS HOSPITAL andSiHIIM Flrat Avenue, Daytona, Fla. 26 large 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. Steam and Dry Cleaning. Phone 1 1 1-Green. 30 8. Beach 8t. 99 hSliiWITH FALL OF PRZEMYSL 150,000 RUSSIANS ARE FREE TO ATTACK KRAKOW FROM PNEUMONIA ENERAL MANAGER OF H. C. ED MANDS COFFEE COMPANY OF BOSTON PASSES AWAY AT BROOK LINE KNOWN HERE. Stephen Eugene Buvzell, general lanager of the H. C. Edmunds Coffee pmpuny of Boston, Mass., died from h attack of pneumonia, Thursday of ist week at Brandon Hall, BrooUline. Funeral services were hold at liran- tm Hall nt 2:00 o'clock Monday after ion and the interment wade at Gard ner. He is survived by his wife. Mr. Itii' soli was well known in Day- )na and his death v.-ill be a matter of pgret to many friends, in this city ml vicinity. Ho was a guest for n line last season at the Clarendon kite!. Tlie deceased, w ho was lb' vears of . was born in Lawrence but passed t of lils life in Woonsocket. where lis father and brother arc now living. fi r a number of years he w;is musica' 'roc-tor of the Central church in Woi IpsIit and leader of the Worceste mral society. He had been in Bos bn for about nine years. Memil to Become Naval Base for Czar, Who Threatens Attack Upon the German Cities on Baltic Coast PETROGR AD, MARCH 22 (Official). PRZEMYSL, STRONGEST OF THE AUSTRIAN FORTRESSES IN GALICIA, HAS FALLEN, AFTER A SIEGE OF FIVE MONTHS. ANOTHER GREAT BATTLE HAS OPENED IN POLAND ALONG A FRONT EXTENDING FROM MYCHENIEC TO KASIDLO. THE GERMANS HAVE REACHED KASIDLO, WHICH IS ONLY TEN MILES FROM FORT RESS OSTRLEKA, BUT THE RUSSIANS HALTED THE ENEMY THERE, INFL'CTING HEAVY LOSSES. THE TURKS WERE DEFEATED IN THE ALASCHGARD VALLEY, RUSSIANS CAPTURING TWO IMPORTANT POSTS. "Meet Cupid 99 It's a great little play for a very worthy cause at New Daytona Theatre, by Daytona High School, March 23, 8 o'clockpopular prices. UBAN BASEBALL TEAM ARRIVES PETROGR AD, MARCH 22. THE GARRISON AT PRZEMYSL, NUMBER. NG ABOUT 50,000 MEN, HAS BEEN SURROUNDED. THIS RELEASES 50.000 RUSSIAN SOLDIERS, WHO WILL NOW PRESS ON TOWARD KRAKOW, TO "OPEN THE WAY TO BERLIN." LLSTAR CUBAN GIANTS HERE FOR SERIES OF FOUR GAMES i THE BALTIC SEA PETROGRAD, MARCH 22. THE CAPTURED GERMAN PORT OK MEMIL WILL BE CONVERTED INTO A RUSSIAN NAVAL BASE, FROM WHICH SEA ATTACKS WILL BE LAUNCHED AGAINST GERMAN COAST CITIES AS SOON AS NAVIGATION REOPENS. IT IS ONLY 135 MILES FROM MEMIL TO DANZIG, GERMANY'S STRONGEST NAVAL BASE ON SHOT ACROSS HER ROW HELD UP GERMAN SHIP WASHINGTON, MARCH 22. AN OFFICIAL DISPATCH FROM SAN JUAN, PIRTO RICO, SAYS THE GERMAN STEAMER ODENWALD WAS STOPPED BY A WARNING SHOT ACROSS HER BOW WHEN 8HE AT TEMPTED TO LEAVE THAT PORT WITHOUT PROPER CLEARANCE PAPERS. SECRETARY OF WAR GARRISON DECLINED TODAY TO COMMENT ON THE INCIDENT. WITH THE BROOKLYN S'J- PERBAS. '' I.. Henriqucs:, manager of the "' All Star ball team, arrived en !' ''lay from Havana, accompanied b the members of flip tenni. and thev cui'-ts at the Austin hotel durim; ir slay here. Their first match with the Brnokly.i m will take place tomorrow after "'' Khbets field and will be f"l v"l by three more games, all of ': yiionld be of great intere-t to " h-,:'eball-lovlni? public as the Ci !l ,'"im U credited with being a fat i-ri i-ntinn of ball tossers. I.Mra car service will be provide! the people from this city to 1 '11 park. '''H'l'.wiig their engagement h'Tf " r'i!an team will go to Hel.ati'l f " i ranie with the Stetson university TENEDOS, MARCH 22. OPERATIONS IN THE DARDANELLES WERE MADE IMPOSSIBLE, SUNDAY, BY SEVERE STORMS. ITALIAN FLEET HALTS ODS AUSTRIA BOUND GO PARIS, MARCH 22. A NEWS DISPATCH FROM MILAN STATES THAT COMMERCE BETWEEN ITALY AND DALMATIA HAS BEEN SUSPENDED. THE COMMANDER OF THE ITALIAN FLEET IN THE ADRIATIC WILL, IT IS ANNOUNCED, SEIZE THE SHIPS OF ANY NATIONALITY CARRY ING GOODS BY THAT ROUTE TO AUSTRIA. FOUR MEMBERS U.S. NAVY LOST LIVES IN TURKEY CONSTANTINOPLE, MARCH 22. WHILE ROWING TO THE UNITED STATES' CONVERTED YACHT SCORPION IN THE BOSPHORUS, LIEU TENANT COMMANDER WILLIAM BRICKER, OF THE UNITED STATES NAVY, AND THREE AMERICAN SAILORS NAMED FORD, DOWELL AND LEVERING WERE DROWNED SATURDAY NIGHT. THEIR BOAT WAS SWAMPED BY HEAVY SEAS. BRICKER ARRIVED HERE SIX DAYS AGO TO TAKE CHARGE OF THE SCORPION. FOURTH WARSHIP SUNK IN DARDANELLES. CONSTANTINOPLE, March 22.-The French battleshln aank t.. a a result of damage done to It, Thursday, while bombarding Dardanelles' forts. TOURING GAR BOLTS ONTO RAILWAY TRACKS AUTOMOBILE STARTED WHEN CRANKED, SOME ONE HAVINV PUT THE MACHINE IN GEAR. . OWNER STOPPED IT. A large touring car driven by m young colored man by the name of Miller bolted when he cranked It at the passenger depot Saturday after noon and landed across the railway tracks before it was stopped by Its owner, who did some quick work hi getting into the machine when he realized what was doing. It was fortunate that no trains were approaching at the time or there would probably have been trouble. As it was the passenger train had Just left going north and a freight was leaving the side track on its way south and the automobile was backed off the tracks without any damage re sulting. There was some excitement for a few minutes, howover. The trouble is said to have been caused by some one throwing the car into gear without the knowledge of Its owner. Luckily no one was passing in front of the automobile when Miller cranked it. ANOTHER ZEPPELIN WRECKED. MAESTRICH, March 22.-A new Zeppelin airship was wrecked at Liege last Saturday. ENTERTAINMENT THIS EVENING AT MASONIC HALL ''v Cbk Chapter. No. 1, Order t ' -'em Star, is giving a benefit inmetit at Masonic hall this ' nir:7. rriinmnnofnv o, -fin .iVIi-ir-i." ' ' ''ertainment will consist of a "Feast of Seven Tables," ami ifal program. 'r.n builders are planning th.-? ?triirtif,n of a K.OnO-horsepowcr 'nzino, and in Switzerland gis 9 'imf.fiv,-... i . .. ..... r nave oeen num. Trains West - 4 1 "SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED" "DIXIE FLYER" "DIXIE LIMITED" MONTGOMERY ROUTE EXPRESS" -- N. R. R. to "ClNNATi rHirAr.n PtISVILLE ST. LOUIS fDlANAPOLIS CLEVELAND DETROIT I - -ijiiicu otcci mini wun vu at'cn and Dining Cars from Jackson- t. ,nmt6EL, Pats. Agt. J!lthLuca. he "Land Man," eor Beach and Magnolia St. WHO CAN JOIN OUR GREAT CHRISTMAS SAVINGS CLUB? YOU CAN JOIN -THE CHILDREN ( ZXSSJi rj;W"i 7S, 757 CANJOIN-EVERYMEMBEROFTHE) HYS ymi ,n i Pr., t - ..nwui utINT OF COST. AND B E FOR E" C HRISTM a"c MNEY VU HAVE PA' TWO WEEKS FAMILY CAN JOIN --CHURCHES tin innArA ntl mm AflU LUUUCO bHIl JUKI Time is Slipping Away-You Should Join Now. MERCHANTS BANK DAYTONA, FLORIDA PRESENTATION OF LOVING GUP TO COM. BURGOYNE Theo. Sengstak. in Commodore C. G. Burkoyne the hand some loving cup on exhibition in J. U Wallace's store window, as a mm of appreciation from a number of rlrU sens and visitors, cleverly expressed nimseir as follows: My dear Commodore You have many friends in Dayton -your residence, large as it Is, cannot hold them all but your heart Is bis enough to take In everv nun nf h, We hlghlv nnrvrsrlnio - juui piiuil spirit and generosity In providing musical delights and many other good things, too numerous to mention, for the benefit of the citizens and visitors of Daytona, and ask you to accept this loving cup as a token of our apprecia tion and friendship. The cup is of somewh.-.t nmplo proportions, how pver, we concluded we might take tha risk of presenting it to you, for you "iw unytona Is a dry town. "Sincerely yours, "THEO. SKNGSTAK. CommltteB. To which Commodore Burgoyne re plied briefly but heartily as follows: Dear Mr. Sengstak: I cannot too heartily thank you and my fellow ci zens of Daytona for th emhio " teem which you so graciously pra- ivu IJIH. "To bo enshrined In the hearts of ones neighbors should be the helcUt of ambition. The loving cup you gave me Is my proudest possession. "Sincerely, "C. (1. RTTROOVV - L : ' I i : ' Conklin's fountain npn. ul uuc of the best self filling pensm me market, you will find at the main store where Volusia meets Beach. Hankins Drug Co. THREE STORES ' r-cnone 124 B)ut- DAYTONA !' II ; ?