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At Daytona, Florida.
T. EL FITZGERALD. .Editor and Manager
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PROPOSAL TO BRIDGE
THE T0:.:0KA RIVER
"The war department having under
consideration an application of the
county commissioners of Volusia
county for approval of location and
plans of a proposed bridge across the
Tomoka river, near the entrance of
the Tomoka river into the Halifax
river, a public hearing will be held
in the city hall, at Daytona. Florida,
ai :vv o clock p. m., Saturday, May
29, 1915, for the purpose of consider
ing the sufficiency of the provisions
Tor navigation made by the plans as
submitted, or any changes that mv
be required to avoid unreasonable in
terference with navigation.
Accordingly, notice is hereby
given mat all persons interested are
j invited to be present at the above
j named time and place to exnress thir
j views upon the adequacy of the plans
un reference to the navigation of
i the stream. While all statements at
jthe hearing are given weight in the
; final determination of the case, should
preferably be submitted in writing
"By authority of the chief of en
gineers, U. S. army.
"W. B. LADUE,
"Major, Corps of Engineers."
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AUTOMOBILE PARTY MADE
TRIP TO JACKSONVILLE
Miss Winifred Kingston made an
automobile trip to Jacksonville Sat
urday of last week in her car. accom
panied by her mother and sister, Mrs
G. W. Kingston and Mrs. C. E. Bon
ner, a cousin. Mrs. J. M. Buckner, R
Brown and John Team. They left
here at 5:30 a. m.. spent a short time
in St. Augustine and arrived in Jack-
tt0yui noon. They used th
new road in part on the way to Jack
sonville, but returned by the old road
which in general they found to be
the better, although the bricked sec
tions of the new road were of course
all right The return was made in
BUYS A SEABREEZE
IP SOLD QUICK. APPLY TO
T. E. FITZGERALD. OWNER.
TENSENESS, OUT NO AUa
Edward B. Clark, Preeh From Ship
Passage Through Mlne-Strtwn
St. George's Channel, Gives
HI Impressions of Trip.
Bv EDWARD B CLARK.
London. The American ship Phila
delphia, mads Liverpool safe, tor all
thepre-aalllns scare. SI George's
channel and the Irish sea may have as
many submarines in them as they bare
fish, -which is exceedingly doubtful.
but they are pleasant places with
sufficient half-moon shining down
upon their waters.
Was there danger as the American
liner made its way through these
salt seas toward Liverpool? Perhaps,
but. if so, no passenger on board gave
expression to it In word or face.
There was a tenseness among the
men and women on the ship, but it
was an inward thing. No one with
sense believed for a moment that a
submarine would sink an American
passenger ship. Thought dwelt on
the possibility, but it seemed to be
one which could come only as the
offspring of an awful mistake.
Other American ships unquestion
ably will continue to go through the
channel and the lesser sea unmen
a ceo. There was the snice of a sense
of danger to make the trip exhilarat
ing or depressing as spice affects the
numan frame and mind. No one spoke
of danger save rarely, and then the
speakers were men. The women said
nothing. In times that seem to be
those of emergency, even If they are
not, women always are stronger than
men. but tew men there be willing to
admit the patent fact
Show Ud Vessel's Name.
As soon as the lights of the South of
Ireland were sighted, and the Phlla
delphia entered what In truth is a war
cone, the sailors rigged two great
electric lamps and hung them over the
sides of the vessel, where their con
centrated beams fell on great white
letters . announcing the name of the
snip ana tne net that she was "an
American. The name could be read
over a long distance, for it was hiah
enough above the tumbling waters to
siana in the line of vision, clear and
Until the edge of the war lone out
lying Ireland was reached no flag was
snown by the Philadelphia. When the
waters of so-called danger were ap
proached the Stars and Stripes were
oroxen out at the proper station. Or
dinarily the British flae wouia nave
been displayed forward as the ensign
01 tne port of destination, but the
American cantata was taVin nn
chances with the British flag. either
ivmauu, on or aimusmps.
There were five natives of England
to one native of America on the Phila
delphia, and for once at least on the
high seas the Stars and Stripes looked
good to English eyes. At sunset the
na came down -and the bright elec
tric lights were turned on to the name
and nation of the ship, -where within
certain sea limits all men might read
Man-of-War Asks for Information.
Some forty miles beyond Daunt'
w iu ugnis or a man-of-war ap-
ycaieu. De vessel was lying in the
sea snaaows, not more than three-
quarters of a mile away. Nothing but
the lights were visible, but their dis
tribution showed even the unpracticed
eye mat tne vessel displaying them
was a warship of a greater type. Sud
denly from the starboard side of the
dreadnaught. predread naught M
re, whatever she was, came a sharp
flash of light, which was follow
successive twinkles. The Rritiw
was stenaline th Yv
Yankee instantly nald hJ
"What ship ig that?"
An answer was twinkle ho.v
the bridge. -
Back went the answer.
If the response had nnt i
quickly and readily a shot would have
come across the Philadelphia's bows.
The British guardshlps where St.
George's channel meets the ocean are
taking no chances, and this notwith
standing the fact that German mer
chant and German war ships virtually
have disappeared from the waters.
No Fear Felt by Americans.
h-aIe DO "taurine.
Phia made Its way toward Liverpool.
If there were, let It be said again ut '
no American of u
board thought for lstant
, ship was in danger of a torpedo from
, any German craft unless the missUe
were fired as the result of grss error
think differently about the matter It
woUw so 8em to one who had lT Lake
tea tb o .
TTiyT cs t-"r. L . :
cf a pusxj tsZzj t '
the crew ctcj HI
It baa been aali cl eJ-Lx
that vassxexr ca tl!r3
throuxh the Irtsit sex at xLX O ci
n tn 1-mI or If thAT lL t.cr tr.j
In with their clothea on. Tr
nnlv aimi naasflner en the Ltr! 3
llnitr whn at-tTed no all nit t-Tl!2
the Irish sea, and he was a j-7, ell
retired naval oScer who fca4 t-urvad
his time and who could not rt over
the habit of starlnjc on watch. This
old chap must be seventy-five years
old. but he showed up at the breakfast
table shining, rosier and mora gen
erally wide-awake than any compan
The night before the Irish sea was
entered an Englishman who was play
ing bridge and side talking about the
matter ot stewards' tips saia:
"Perhaps the only steward we mult
tip will be the one waiting on Davy
England a Solemn Place.
This word from the Britisher was
about the only one heard from a man
suggestive of any dread possibilities
from the sailine of the war-zone sea.
The women, as I have said, kent off
the subject of the war and of danger
from start to finish. About an hour
before turnlng-in time fifteen or twen
ty of the woman passengers gathered
in a corner of the so-called social hall
and conferred together. There was
one woman In that throng of whom I
had the presumed right to ask ques
tions. I Inquired concerning the na
ture of the conference, and my answer
was, "No matter.
I found out later, however, that the
women In solemn conclave had agreed
that It was safe to so to bed and to
turn In attired as they were ordinarily
attired on sleep occasions, and "to
pass the danger by," and with It all
thought of anything . except a safe
landing on ths morrow.
One man I can say who was going to
sleep with his trousers on and with his
shoes exceedingly handy, turned in
wearing the usual habiliments of the
nignt, ana tried, not altogether suc
cessfully, to banish thoughts of sub
marines and to woo sleeo after the
ordinary coaxing manner.
Liverpool was reached earlv In the
morning: the sea and its submarinea
were Denind, but the war In its other
aspects was in front, and one knew it
the Instant that foot was put on land.
j-ngiana is a solemn place, and shows
It in the step and In the faces of the
people. A solemn nlace a
oe uermany and France and Russia.
ADVOCATE OF FEMINISM
Jules Bois. rhov.iio. v ....
v "v "s legion
of honor and prophet f feminism In
trance. Is now in thi .
m.Vo , LO
r":L"" esugation of our food
r'vunvuga ana exnnr. ntl-.-. ti. ...
TnVtt - l 1 . " WUI
q vi united
XV1 StUdy the methods Of
teachintr Prpnoh v, v.,
lfornla t, " otuoois or Cal
ifornia. He 8Ummiirl,-4 t.i
fAmtni. .v... vews or
wTT ; xes' women should
have the vote, not tht a
m . . . - " nave
a moral ele-
ln " r?r el!m.ent. may enter
THEY DO AS THE ROMANS DID
Some Londoner .
Ancient Bath In Strand
oM-j , , -.wman bath In
Strand lane Is UDd.r.nn. . ," a. n
. "7 Dain 18 one of the few
remains of ancient Umes. It 2 JS!
"iue anown v0n Ki t .
almoR. oi. Zr.. ooners and
ors. wr unknown to vlsit-
Those who nin -,.., .
ly icy watr ulu 118 0solute-
thev srft rV"".01 inowIll that
the r ".. Q ine 8ame spot as
7,; " , " 4urears. The bath Is
13 feet long and about 16 feet across
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