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Ill T-Tta'toti'-ilW.Ci.fca .M VJ Irish coast by a German submarine. The crrar saved. Ari br pricca da cot always travel tcjsther, but I era point t tha LARGZ3T tulliia ia each of the three towca thxt have c 'tt't- ia their walls, and the reaxon my cect-t!achs trcre used was because oi the above named combination. Leave sentiment out of business, and specify blocks make by A. Van b Vord PHONE 154 RED SUBMARINE GETS ANOTHER SHIP. LONDON, May 7-The British liner Centurion has beer sunk by a Ger man submarine off the southeast coast of Ireland. CHICAGO PROVISION MARKET. CHICAGO, May 7-July wheat, St.S3'a'. corn, 7Z; oats, 54; pork, $180; lard, 100; ribs, $10.70. Friday nighW May 14th, the great new local show. Mrs. M. E. Hunter and baby daugh ter arrived Thursday evening of this week from Jacksonville for a several "weeks' visit with Mrs. Hunter's sis ter. Mrs. C. A. Gontz, and other mem hers of the family. WANTED Responsible family t care for physician's office In partial exchange for rent of desirable six room flat on .Beach street. Apply Dr. C. C. Bohannon. 228-tf Haven, at which latter place they own a bungalow and will spend the summer months, returning to Day tona again in the fall to resume their association with the Howard hotel. They made the trip with the horse and surrey recently purchased by Mr. Seavey. Mr. and Mrs. Seavey con ducted the Cleveland hotel a year ago but the past season ' were with Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Howard at the Howard hotel, Mr. Seavey acting as chef . and meat cook and Mrs. Seavey as pastry cook at that popular hostelry. OFFICIAL GERMAN STATEMENT. BERLIN, May 7 (Official)-The: Germans have made further flains east of Ypres. British attacks around Hill 60 were repulsed, the enemy losinq heavily. - " " ' DEATH AT DAYT0I1A PEACH Otl t.',RS. GUY FUNERAL SERVICE TO BE CON DUCTED AT LATE HOME, SAT URDAY MORNING INTERMENT IN PINEWOOD. ! A BOARD Or tmaue w ft MEETING T.WGHT & A ft A This evening at 8:00 o'clock 5 If you enjoy fun come to the New Daytona theater, Friday evening. May j 14th, and see five young ladies make love to the one young man, Billy Con rad. Does he enjoy it? I should say yes. r. and Mrs. G. Edgerton and their I unexpected. At her home in Hollywood avenue, Daytona Beach, Mrs. Martha S. Guy, wife of Dr. M. P. Guy. yielded to heart disease at 9:00 o'clock Thursday evening. She had been ill for a long j $ time, and, her death was not entirely a Mrs. J. M. Buckner and young son, John Marshall Buckner, who had been visiting Mrs. Buckner's aunt. Mrs. G. W. Kingston, and other members cf the family at their home in Kingston, departed Thursday afternoon of this week on their return to Birmingham. Alabama. Reserved seat sale for local show ready at Hanklns', Tuesday morning. First come, first served. 50 cents for the best seat in the house. H. A. Tolman, director of the Chi cago Diana Choral club, and a per sonal friend of R. E. Waterman and his mother, of this city, was a Day tona visitor this week, returning on Thursday afternoon to Lake Helen. Mr. Tolman has been spending the season at various places .in Volusia county. M daughter and granddaughter, Mrs. Clark Richardson and daughter, Miss Thelma Richardson, departed Thurs day of this week for their home in Holly, Mich. Mr. Richardson went north a short time ago. Mr. and Mrs. Edgerton had been occupying their winter home in the Marshall subdi vision on .West Mapnolia avenue and Mr. Richardson and family were with them during the season'. During the winter Mr. Edgerton, who is a car penter and builder, erected two houses for Mr. Richardson, one prac tically completed "on Wisconsin Place and the other, roofed and enclosed, on Michigan avenue, in Rowlader's second subdivision. a the stated weekly meeting of fi A the Daytona board of trade will $ $ be held at the customary meet- -J 6 ing place, 15 Orange avenue. A As there are several more or fi less important , matters that A have been awaiting action $ upon for two or three weeks, Secretary Deacon requests that all members who have not more important business to at- tend to will be present at to- Q night's meeting of the trade body. . played cr.n3 . , at eccsts fixlc, t::v..1 afternoon the czz7.2 v.v.c 8 TO 4. . , ' Eight Daytona high school players and one rookie, by name Bill 0Brtan, took a game from Git's Daytona. team at Ebbets field, Thursday afternoon. bv an 8 to 4 score. It was a well- nlaved tame for five Innings, oui at the half-way mark Orrs team Drone, and the game degenerated into a rout. Dick Porter started for the Daytona hovs and had the high school players mesalne during the four innings ue held forth, but one run being scored off his delivery, but in the fifth Orr yanked Dick in favor of himself and enough errors, hits and walks fol lowed for the school representatives to score seven runs. Both Mllligan and E. Green being out of the game, temporarily, for the high school, a general shift in the lineup was necessary; Captain fiardiner eoing to the box, fcaaie 0 t$ I uarainer guius ,-"v- - $ Baker coming into the short field, and 0 Sacrifice Bale of millinery at Clark's millinery boat, commencing Saturday, May 8th. 229-2t Mrs. E. H. Myers, who had been here through the season with her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. 11. H. Hoene, at their winter home on North Ridge- wood avenue, departed Thursday of this week on her return to Pittsburg, Pa., accompanied by her nephew, Herman Hoene, who had also been here during the winter with his mother, Mrs. William Hoene. Mrs Hoene remains here until later. Mr. Gilmain asks all the members cast in the "College Widow'er" to be on hand tonight at the Elks club at 7:30 Instead of 8:00. There's nothing too filthy, nothing too loathsome for a common, "every day housefly to wade in and dine upon. But he also delights in crawl ing around on our dining tables and on our lood and on the dishes we eat from freauentlv lust after he has returned from an exploration trip to some repulsive nasty spot in the community. The fly is a dangerous , fellow citizens; destroy him, "root and branch." CLOSING SALE. Beginning Monday, May 10th, and lasting for one week only, my entire stock will be sold at cost with the exception of linens. Neckwear below- cost t close. Nainsook, batiste and wash crepe for underwear. Largest and most complete line of laces for underwear and dresses in the city. Children's dresses and gowns at cost. Large assortment of baskets and trays at very low prices. Most com plete line of dress goods. Plain and embroidered organdies, crepes, ba tiste, ratines and linens. Complete stock of D. M. C. 230-2t MARION E. CRANE. Rev. Holmes S. Rightmire, pastor of the First Baptist church of Day tona, assisted by Pastor J. J. Tread well of the Daytona Beach M. E. church, will conduct a funeral service at the late residence of the deceased lady, beginning at 10:00 o'clock Sat urday morning. Interment will .be made in Pinewood cemetery shortly after the obsequies at the Guy home are ended. Dr. and Mrs. Guy had resided in this locality for about two years, com ing here from Jackson, Mich.; but prior to making this their permanent place of residence they spent several winters here. Both were well known particularly in the peninsula towns. Besides the husband, other survlv ing relatives of Mrs. Guy are her mother, Mrs. A. J. Smith, and four brothers, namely: Dr. John C. Smith and Hugh L. Smith, of Jackson, Mich.: Datus C. Smith, of Kinderhook, N. Y.; Dr. Dean T. Smith, of Daytona. Mrs. Guy and a member of the Bap tist church. O C. :l: 1 c tzrzzrz?, czi t till- fl 1 t: tlos Cxrt clzzn : was psretai ca t vicious oils C line, but Newnm threw the fcattzr c Lineup and sec: Daytona Erswr, ss; sweet, tr: 2b and p; Porter, j-. If; Hull, rf; Srtr D. H. S. Greea. : Branch, c; Drake, 1 Baker, ss; OTrUa, k Each, rf. Daytona lMvt " D. H. S 000 i:. Umpire E. Green. LOST ARTICLES RECOVERED THROUGH THE DAILY NEWS Through a local advertisement, in serted in Thursday's issue of the Daily News by L. 1L Rowe & Co., a lost pin was recovered. The Daily News is the medium through which many lost articles are returned to the owners, this being particularly true of the busy tourist season. Any honest person upon finding money, jewelry, etc., either advertises it or watches the columns of the Daily News to see if the owner advertises for its recovery. RUMORED CARY HARDEE WILL RUN FOR GOVERNOR TALLAHASSEE, May 7. "It is ru mored that Senator Igou will be a candidate for the office of comtnis sioner of agriculture; that Capt. R E. Rose will continue to be state chemist; that Cary Hardee has the gubernatorial bee buzzing; that Sen ator Farris has already been stung by that insect; that Forest Lake believes he will make a good comptroller and is apt to go after the office. FOUND A sum of money. Owner can have same by describing, and paying for this notice. 'H," Daily News office. Mrs. Julia R. Bolles and daughter, Mrs. L. C. Keech, of 73 First avenue, went to Miami Thursday afternoon of this week for a visit of a month or more with Attorney Geo.. Bolles and family in that city. Mr. Bolles is a grandson of Mrs. Bolles and 13 well known in Daytona. R. E. Water man, teller at the Marchants bank and his mother will occupy the house during the absence of Mrs. Bowles and Mrs. Keech. Miss Leota Coburn will sing the "Fascinating Widow," Julian Elkiu's great success, at the local show, Fri day evening. CARD OF THANKS. Mr. Gilmain and the entire cast sup porting him in the local show next Friday evening extend their thanks to the ladies of the Palmetto club, civic department, for changing the date for the lecture to be given by Dr. Klock, from Friday to Saturday night of next week, thereby not con flicting with the local show . C. GARVIN GILMAIN & CO. Rev. Father J. G. Vien, assistant at St. Paul's Catholic church, returned to the city, Thursday afternoon of this week, from a several days' visit at Palatka and other points. U&e Waxed Paper. Waxed paper, such as comes inside cracker boxes, is splendid to line cake pans which are a trine thin. Cut pieces to fit, then flour them, pour in the bat ter, stand the hot pans after baking on a wet cloth for five minutes. The cakes will drop out when inverted. .. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Seavey left this city early Wednesday morning of this week for SL Augustine and Summer Optimistic Thought. Nothing can be true pleasure which brings repentance. THE DAVIS LAW AND JACKSONVILLE BOOZE JACKSONVILLE, May 7. While the announcement that Governor Trammell had signed the Davis liquor bill was not a surprise to the whiskey men of Jacksonville, yet the actual realization that the bill is a law and will be become operative on the 30th of next September was almost as much of a shock to the saloonlsts as if they had expected the governor to veto the measure given such large majorities in the Florida -house and senate. Just what effect the new law will have upon the liquor business is at this time problematical. Certain it is that the manner of dispensing al coholic beverages will have to be revolutionized. No longer, after Sep tember 30, can the thirsty visitor from Daytona walk up to the counter and bury the lower half of his face in the "collar" of a glass of the amber stuff. No longer will the temporary sojourner from Volusia be able to walk into any one of the many, many Bay street "joy emporiums" and wet his parched tongue in a tall, thin glass of something mysteriously but delightfully mixed with alcohol. The anti-saloon folks 'are hugging themselves and shouting halleluiah, It is said", that there Is not a mem-1 while the other crowd Is enjoying ber of the senate who has not some well defined aspirations to he office higher up; and that more than three- fifths of the house are confident that next session they will be in the sen ate and show that bunch how to do things. President Charles E. Davis, of the senate, so it is said, wants to be con gressman in the Second district, but has just a suspicion that he had bet copious weep punctuated with excla mations that also are spelled with an h. ENJOYED A FLOUNDERING EXPEDITION AT THE INLET Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Hepworth. win ter residents from Winnipeg, Canada, and Mrs. Hepworth's brother-in-law. S. C. Trewhitt. who is in charee rf Mr. Hepworth's grove property, en ter wait and see how the people gen- joyed their first experience in fishing erally are going to take his bill before I for flounders Wednesday evenine of going out to ask for elevation. So far Attorney General West Is unopposed, at least there has been no boom for any other man found float ing around on the troubles political sea of Leon. " Strongest Timber. The yate, one of Australia's numer ous hard woods, seems to be the strongest known tiaber, with an aver age tensile strength of 24,000 pounds to the square inch, and a maximum as high a9 35.000 abput equal to cast and wrought Iron. Poverty and Tuberculosis. rovercy nas Deen assigned as a this week in company with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Van Dorn, of this city The party went down to the inlet and succeeded in getting about 20 of the flounders and two or three sawfish. The fish were all speared, which is the way that flounders are usually capiurea aunougn tney will some times take the hook. A light of some kind, in the old days a flaming pine knot, but on this occasion a gasoline torch is used to locate the fish as they lie quietly on the bottom of the river and a barbed spear is plunked into them. It is a wierd spectacle to see a party wading about in the shallow water at night, with a flaming torch Newman eoine to third. Gardiner twirled a heady game, and but for a few flaws in his support would have held the opposition to one run. The errors behind him were somewhat atoned for by brilliant plays at criti cal moments, however. Daytona scored one in the first. Brown was safe when Drake dropped the throw, but was out a minute latjr attempting: to steal second. Lemer-. ick walked, purloined second and came home a minute later when Esch misjudged Sweet's fly to right. Sweet took second on the throw to the plate, but was out on an attempt to steal third. Kreitzberg grounded to Gard iner and was out at first. D. H. S. went out in order in this round. In the second Daytona went out In order andOf DYH7 3. Newman sing led with one down, only to be caught by the hidden ball trick. Hull opened the third with a hit, only to die at second when he tried to take liber ties with Branch's arm. Sparkman popped to Drake, after which Brown singled past third. Brown stole sec ond and continued to third when Branch overthrew the bag. Limerick walked. Sweet came up to bat and mauled one of Gardiner's shoots out to left, but O'Brien made a one-hand circus catch and retirt! the side O'Brien was determined to show that he was an all-round ball player, so banged out a 6ingle to centerfield. He took second on a passed ball and went to third when Porter failed to pick up Doty's ' little roller. Doty swiped second and the situation looked grave, but Porter cut loose little of his reserve and whiffed Esch, Green and Gardiner. The fourth was of no value, to Day tona, but D. H. S. evened the count in this round. Branch was safe on Lim erick's error, but' they caught him at third when he attempted to make that stop on Drake's bingle. Drake took second on the play and tallied on a wild pitch and a passed ball. Gard iner fanned the first two to face him m the firth, and Green threw out Brown for the last out. Orr pitched his first inning and tamed the three men who faced him. In the sixth Daytona got two, Lim erlck, first up getting a double. Sweet filed out to center and Limerick took third after the catch. He scored when Kreitzberg was safe on an error by Drake. Kreitz took second when no one was looking and third on a wild pitch. He came home when Branch missed Orr's third strike and had to throw the batter out at first. D. H. S. came back with four runs at the ex pense of orr and Limerick. Gardiner Oft 0000 oc 0 the weat:: 0000000 OCT Florida: Local show: Saturday; somewhat cc the northwestern porC south winds, becoming r over the northwestern i 0004000000C 0 ft EUROPEAN NEWS A: ooooooooooc: LONDON, May 7.Mty r women are expected In Lcr the coming week, as the t the International Conferc Hague have important c: here in connection with tti ; for world-wide peace. Eac" in several prominent lnstc the opinion of some of ""tl: statesmen that the time fcr. not be ripe until there la t victory in the great Eurojt:: but they are willing to lend t al support to any pacific r It may be interesting to t fleers in America to sola ( battle of Neuve Chape" f of the world's records for C of officers killed the or"" 700. This represents 15.3 i the total commissioned ( the United States army. was practical nothing c skirmish as compared will . engagements in France at t ning of the war. It Is esr if the United States wen into a war on such a hus t single trained officer would t killed at the end of elctt of fighting. Not all of the European it: have a bad season beca. ) war. Vichy and Aix-les-EaiJ l pecting to do a rushing tu:"r cause their cleintile is rer-' J ! money can always be found t: care of health. Another c" tlon is that many of the 1 these waters are elderly per yond military age, or in. til women, beyond the age whea be of use nursing or workirjfc lief "organizations. The movement to stop Uw f golf on account of the war I" a quick death. Few echoed t' ' ' ment, "I haven't the heart 13 v It is argued that golf Is goodt over the military age; that It recruits in health, and Ui vents men becoming 4epr -: morbid over the world conA Many women since the 3 1 hit one too hot for the shortstop to taken t0 knittIn8 lth handle and Branch put another in the "-uows no DOUI-a8- same place. With a double play in tnelr zeal hasl Pr0011-," , sight. Limerick fumbled and both run- .malaav comparable wit i ners were safe. Drake hit a long one or wrlter'8 cramp. It U saU t - I UgUBU U1VLUUU Ui UIUI - great cause of tuberculosis. The fact lur ana JaDDinS away with long is that tuberculosis, like typhoid, can- sticks. and proved a novel and inter- cer and other physical disabilities is really a greaj cause of poverty. esting sport for the Canadians. A Real Reason. A really frank seeker of divorce was the colored woman who said: "Sam aint dun nuffin particular, but I jess losed ma taste foh him." Louisville Com ler-JournaL io ngni ana Dotn runners scored. Er rors by Limerick and Hull allowed Drake to score, and Newman tallied after Hull dropped O'Brien's fly A double play engineered by Gard iner and Green dispelled the hopes of Orr and company in the seventh, and clared that the only cure Orr retaliated by taking care of the gIve up knittlnS three men who faced him in the last half of the inning. Two errors by D. li. b. were of no advantage to Day equally popular In Englani German method, has a gre:1 dency to produce this affectld 1 don physicians have diafss1 disease as "knitting neuritis," for Fine Harbor of Calais. At a cost of $13,500,000 Calais mads Its harbor, which was nearly dry at low tide, one of the finest in Eurooe. and enabled it to become a chief port tona in tne eighth, but in the last half of debarkation for travelers from Eng- of. the inning the high school added j land to France. three more When Physician Looks t J Even when the doctor d3d -wLat is the matter with tie I , but he usually knows enouCi 1 , runs on two errors, ( a his lack of knowledge to Get the E. H. Northen and Julia Barley In "A Dog's Life" ID E-rcw FELIX By G 1 "