TODAY'S NEWS TODAY
FRENCH CLEANERS and DYERS
Ladies' and Gents' Tailoring
21 Manol Ave. 'Phone 77-Greea
Headquarters: New York-London-Paris
IVOLUME 11, NO. 191.
DAYTONA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, MARCH 23, 1915.
PRICE FIVE CENTS
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Evenbody dvVtoia. Florida
DAYTONA'S leading hotel
Every Room Electrically Lighted, Steam
Heated and equipped with Hot and
Cold Running Water. Elevator Service
HILYARD & HOLROYD, PRCPRIETCRS
Or. BOHANNON'S HOSPITAL andSAKITARIUM
First Avenue, Daytona, Fla.
26 large airy rooms, newly furnish
ed and fitted throughout with nil
hospital conveniences. Thoroughly
equipped operating room on second
floor, For terms ndilresH
Phone 181 C. C. BOHANNON, M.D.
llPERIiAS TO TRAIN
HERE FOR NEXT FIVE
PRESIDENT CHAS. EBBETS MAKES ;
IMPORTANT DECISION BEFORE I
LEAVING FOR BROOKLYN IS
PLEASED WITH THIS LOCATION.
0. S. BURNETT
Steam and Dry Cleaning.
Phone 1 1 1-Green. 30 8. Beach St.
Acuteness of Italian Situation
d by R
I'n i -s your souls in pence, nil y.'
asi.-!.:i) fans of Daytona and vicinity.
Lr vitiI has gone fortli from tii
:i's or the mighty that the Siiperbns,
railing nf course the baseball vnr-nr-
representing the fair city of
rooklyn, will continue for the nov.
ic years to visit us each spring
r t,e regular ante-season traininr.
Thus saith President Charles !.
bci s high mogul and chief sponsor
r the ahove mentioned Suporhas
;il w take it for granted that h f
iiiw whereof lie speaks, for it is
- srooil right hand that digs down
tn the ollicial jeans and lirinns for'h
coin of the realm which the ili.i
"inl warriors receive as their einol'i
til fur services rendered during the
'iir-i' of the National league season.
President and Mrs. Kbhets lef!
II. is morning for ltrooklyn af'er hav-
i; -e"ii the team well started in
- training workouts at Kbbets field.!
it i n the peninsula. j
liefor.' leaving Mr. Kbbets held !
instillation with the officials of the j
baytnna Athletic association and d"-
red liis intention nf making this
:i'y the training (matters for his
uli for at least five years. The asso-.itii-n
gave Mr. Kbbets an option
in the ball nark when negotatio.is
first opened with the baseball
annate and the Uronklyn president
until April 1st to relinquish the
rti.ui if lie so desired.
Afur coming to Daytona and look-
over the ground thoroughly, tali-
2 note of the various climatic and
onditions prevailing litre. Mr
EMi.H decided that lie would have
! 'Til task finding any better spot
' ieh to bring his plavers for their
Intiiiai spring training work.
Tlie loration of Kbbets Field on the
M:.-na. close to the neean lieaeh
easily accessible, the excellent
' spring climate of this section
the facilities provided for t'i"
t' am, all convinced the Superba
it."!:. ite that Daytona was the plate'
his training lieadiiuarters.
.V irrll-er Wilhert T'nhm:nn fi-
i.tie over the location and i ;
'I'lng into a confirmed Iiayton.i
''r. In tile words of the veteran
'''!'. once a member of the fa-;
c 1'iltimore Orioles. "You can !
'i i- place for a training camp."
le-bby ought to know.
ev.Ty spring Daytona will be
li.e Mecca for the Brooklyn
'al-; at least for four more
' 'o oine, and veterans and rook
' ii' drift down to the "Prettie .i
'.- liesort in tlie World" to get
-Lap" for the grueling strtigirle
--em the major league season.
AUSTRIA HARD PRESSED
RY ALLY, THE LATTER
1 ROME, MARCH 23. THE FALL OF PR2EMYSL IS EXPECTED TO
HASTEN PENDING NEGOTIATIONS FOR ACQUIREMENT BY ITALY OF
AUSTRIAN TERRITORY. IT IS ASSERTED HERE TODAY THAT GEfi- ;
MANY IS INCREASING THE PRESSURE UPON AUSTRIA TO GRANT j
ITALY'S TERRITORIAL DEMANDS. THROUGH THIS MEANS GERMANY .
HOPES TO AVOID ITALY'S PARTICIPATION IN THE WAR. I
DUKE D'ABRUZZI, COMMANDER OF THE ITALIAN DREADNOUGHT i
SQUADRON, RECENTLY MADE A SECRET VISIT TO THE KING AND
THE PREMIER. IT IS BELIEVED THAT THE DUKE'S CONFERENCE
AT THE PALACE HAD TO DO WITH CONTEMPLATED ACTIVITY OK
THE NAVY, IN THE EVENT WAR IS DECLARED.
It's a great little play for a very worthy
cause at New Daytona Theatre, by Daytona
High School, March 23, 8 o'clock popular
MUST BE FREE, POLICY
OF THE UNITED STATES
WASHINGTON, MARCH 23. PRESI DENT WILSON AND THE CABI
NET ARE TODAY CAREFULLY GOING OVER THE DETAILS OF THE
NOTE WHICH IS TO BE SENT GREAT BRITAIN AND FRANCE REGARD
ING THEIR PLAN TO CUT OFF ALL TRADE WITH GERMANY. AL
THOUGH STRICT SILENCE IS BEING MAINTAINED BY MEMBERS OF
THE CABINET, IT IS INTIMATED BY THOSE CLOSE TO THE ADMIN
ISTRATION THAT THIS COUNTRY'S REPRESENTATIONS WILL
STRONGLY UPHOLD THE UNITED STATES' CONTENTION THAT NEU
TRAL COMMERCE, EXCEPT THAT WHICH MAY BE PROPERLY
CLASSED AS CONTRABAND, MUST BE FREE TO MOVE.
PRZEMYSL FOUND TO BE
OF DEATH ANO DISEASE
PETROGRAD, MARCH 23. WITH PRZEMYSL CAPTURED, THE RUS
SIANS ARE NOW ADVANCING TOWARD KRAKOW. THE BIGGEST BAT
TLE YET FOUGHT ON AUSTRIAN SOIL IS DEVELOPING.
THE LATEST DISPATCHES STATE THAT THE PRISONERS TAKEN
AT PRZEMYSL NUMBER 100,000. THE CITY WAS FOUND TO BE IN A
TERRIBLE STATE. ALL OF THE HORSES HAD BEEN EATEN, AND DIS
EASE WAS RAGING RAMPANT. ALL OF THE HOSPITALS ARE FILLED
TO OVERFLOWING WITH SICK, WOUNDED AND DYING, AND THE
STREETS ARE LITERALLY FULL OF MOUNDS WHERE DEAD BODIES
WERE BURIED. THE GREAT FORTS ARE A MASS OF WRECKAGE.
IT IS ESTIMATED THAT THE VICTORY COST THE RUSSIANS 150,000
MEN, KILLED AND WOUNDED.
THE AUSTRIANS ARE RUSHING RE-ENFORCEMENTS TO KRAKOW
AND THE CARPATHIANS, AND THE RUSSIANS ARE REPORTED TO BE
MASSING 750,000 TROOPS IN THE CARPATHIANS.
RHEIMS ATTACKED BY AVIATORS.
PARIS, March 23 (Official). Today German aviators dropped bombs at
Rheims, killing three civilians. French forces have made some progress in
the Champagne district, and repelled German counter attacks in the Argonnes.
GERMANS CAPTURED TOWN NEAR MEMEL.
BERLIN, March 23. German soldiers captured Krottlngen, across the
border in Russia from Memel, and are pursuing Russian troops in that vicln
Ity. Aviators of the Allies bombarded Ostend today, but no serious military
damage was done.
INDIANA INFIRMARY BURNED.
MUNCIE, Ind.. March 23. The Delaware county infirmary burned this
morning. One inmate was burned to death, and seven others are missing.
ZAPATA GOVERNOR APOLOGIZES TO U. S.
WASHINGTON, March 23.-The military governor of Mexico, for GenerPl
I Zapata, has apologized to the United States government, through the Bra
I zilian minister, for the killing of John MacManuS, an American citizen. Mac-
I Mau w" ki,led by ZaPata oldlers. A search Is being made for the as-
Palm Reach Limited, all par
'rain of the Flagler Sysfi.
' 'i discontinued for the season
-t southbound trip of No.
"le yesterday and No. SI will
e last north bound trip to
ao other changes are in pros
r tlie next two weeks.
- Trains West - 4
SOUTH ATLANTIC". I IMITFD"
I "DIXIE FLYER"
MONTGOMERY ROUTE EXPRESS"
V'jj L. 4 N. R. R. to
lOUISVIIir ct trimc
'r. Light-d steel Train with Ob
;' :n and Dining Cars from Jackson-
Si. .'VEHSE ROUTES TO
--M. PACIFIC EXPOSITION.
--.uris, cic, call on or aaoic
L Ri F. SCHWEGEL. Pais. Agt.
Lucas, the "Land Man," cor
r Btacrt and Magnolia Sts.
-----re 124 Blue. DAYTONA j
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MAYOR AND COUNCIL
JOIN MOVEMENT TO
GET FLORIDA BANKERS
OFFICIAL INVITATION WILL BE
FORWARDED TO PALATKA
CONVENTION FRENCH NAMED
INSPECTOR OF CONSTRUCTION.
At the seinl-montlilv stated meet
ing of the city council; held Monday
evening, all members of the body
were present except Dr. Klock, who
was kept away by professional busi
ness. Just before the assembly was
called to order, Herr Schmidt, the
president, started a "riot" of right
respectable proportions because no
fire had been built in the dinky little
stove which Is sometimes pressed
into service when the Florida climata
goes off on a vacation. One of the
fire department's venerable tradi
tions was smashed when Chief
French came in and started a blaze.,
but the wrath of the Teuton was ap
peased. And It took a French man
to turn the trick.
Nine claims against the city, aggre
gating $576.20, were approved and
A petition signed by a dozen citi
zens asked that a street llcht be
placed at Volusia and the rallroa-1.
Councilman Stevens, of the street
committee, Etated that the matter had
been taken up with the Public Service
company, and it Is likely that the
light will be placed at or near the
point designated. The petition was
referred to the street committee.
J. J. O'Bryan's application for ap
pointment as street commissioner, at
a salary of $100 per month, was re
ferred to the street committee.
A letter from the F. E. C. Railway
company, in reply to the board of
trade's complaint about the unsani
tary condition of toilets at the passen
ger station, was submitted. The rail
road disclaimed responsibility for th
alleged neglect, and the correetno
of tills attitude was admitted by tlie
Sanitary Inspector J. Wesley John
son reported the city In a satisfactory
sanitary condition, and that he had
collected $180 during tlie month.
Acting upon the board of trade's re
quest, made through Secretary Dea
con, the council unnnlmously passed
a resolution embodying an invitation
to the Florida Hankers' association to
hold Its 1916 meeting In iw,m
The first day's session of the 19'5 '
meeting, which Is to hp lioWl a r..
latka, commences Friday morning. A
copy of Monday night's resolution
bearing the signature Of million mnvn
hers and the mayor, will be mailed
right nway. and a telegram urging the
association's acceptance of Daytona's
invitation will bo sent the it.,
or tlie week. Thern
members of the F. n A., nmi
nual meeting usually h,cta h
a, v. till UU
Following a discussl nn Yi T.f
Chief. French of the necessity for
closer inspection of hnllilln
"on, as an additional precaution look
lag to the prevention of disastrous
fires, Mr. French was Instructed to
act until further notice as inspector.
It will be his duty to see that the
municipal regulations appertaining
to tlie construction of houses are
Chief French was also given dis
cretionary power in the granting of
permits to burn trash within the city
Moore's non-leakable, self
filling fountain pensabso
lutely guaranteed not to leak
Hankins Drug Co.
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