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lV r- "AYTONA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, MAY 17. 1915.
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5',Sit;T from the resident of the United States is being
urji i . - iuc Luiic uj. me message is re-
inendly and it will hp anm f
will 77 w r tt B,iriu Germany sre-
..w tcauv lu senn wpnnesday or Thursday.
INTERESTED CROWD
HEARD FLY LECTURE
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7 17-C8PIT THE DENL BY THE FOREIGN OFFICE
7 THAT TOy LOWING A LONG CONFERENCE THE GER
r.lXti AM3A ISADOR8 ASKED FOR THEIR PASSPORTS.
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TT CISSION'lST NIGHT THE ITALIAN CABINET, IT IS
VOTED TO j.SK FOR A CREDIT OF TWENTY MILLION
riT "lipiATE MILITARY AND NAVAL NECESSI-
it
;-TT.ovsr.t:ib continue between intervention.
"AL8 OVfR THE R$PORT THAT THE TRIPLE AL
II'LARSD fJiLL AND VOID BY THE CABINET ON MAY
1 tflETING VI AS BEEN CALLED FOR THIS AFTERNOON.
"2 WAR ' DEMONSTRATIONS ALL OVER ITALY ALL
A-3 A GOOD PART OF SUNDAY NIGHT.
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n BR
TS1IOT
'AY 17, TH. PORTUGUESE GOVERNMENT IS NOW IN
JTROL OF , THE REVOLUTIONISTS, AFTER . RIOTS HAD
) THZ DEATH OF TWENTY PEOPLE AND THE WOUNDING
:r:rrRUCTED cabinet immediately began consid
7Ths formulation of an international policy.
7 that the former premier of portugal, costa,
::ated has been officially denied.
f'AY 17-LATEST REPORTS FROM LISBON SAY THAT
"-CINT REVOLT 18 PEOPLE WERE KILLED AND 300
" ".ANGEMINT8 HAVE BEEN MADE TO ALLOW PRESI-
w to 8ere the remainder of his term, which
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EE DONE
JJ7Y IN GERMANY
Vi, MAY 7,-DISPATCHES RECEIVED HERE RELATE
!ILY HEAVY DAMAGE HAS BEEN DONE BY FIRE AT
rra in ge imany. seven sheds containing a num.
STIVES AT KOENIGSBURG WERE BURNED, AND THE
-Y AT 8TRA88BURQ WAS DESTROYED BY BOMBS
1 A FRECCH AEROPLANE. THE DAMAGE DONE IS ES
A MILLION DOLLARS. A CHEMICAL FACTORY AT DANZIG
-Tl CURNfD.
7 111 TROUBLE WITH BULGARIA
TT, MAY 7-THE TURKISH
CRUISER
BRESLAU AT-
n. .. n i on u crriMFR VARNA IN THE
2 CUU1ARIAN GOVERNMENT WILL DEMAND AN EX-
0 iriDSI NITY FROM TURKEY. ,
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"::tH ITEAMER 8EI2ED BY SUBMARINE.
r2y If. Th Swedl.h gtemr BJoei. bound for London,
J Cr nan submarine and takn to Hamburg.
BY DR. KLOCK AT SCHOOL AUDI
TOftlUM SATURDAY EVENING.
PLAYGROUND PICTURES DID
NOT ARRIVE.
That the fly Is dangerous because
he spreads disease among human
beings and is therefore a menace to
the welfare of society was the bur
den of Dr. G. A. Klock's lecture be
fore a goodly audience that gathered
in the public school auditorium Sat
urday evening. Especial emphasis
was laid upon the fact that flies have
been found to be carriers of typhoid
germs and consequently most efficient
distributors of that form of morbid
infectio
Pr. Klock's talk was Illustrated
with pictures prepared under "the di
rection of the state board of health.
These pictures were displayed on a
screen by means of a stereonticon
supplied by Rer. Holmes S. Right-
mire, who operated the machine.
The lecture was given under th
auspices of the civic department of
the Palmetto club, and to Mrs. C. M.
Wilder, one of the club's active and
useful members, belongs much of the
credit for the success of the effort to
make the local public understand the
importance of intelligently fighting to
eliminate the fly.
It had previously been announced
that an illustrated lecture on chil
dren's playgrounds would also be
given, under the auspices of the
Parent-Teacher association.- This,
however, had to be omitted because
stereopticon slides expected from
New York failed to arrive. The slides
had been on the road several days,
but evidently were delayed in transit.
The audience's disappointment over
the non-arrival of the playground pic
tures was relieved when Mr. Right-
mire began showing beautifully col
ored views of American scenes, many
of which he had photographed hlm-s'elf.
CHANGE OF LOCATION FOR
THE CLARK DRUG STORE
Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Clark, proprie
tors of the Clark drug store, have
leased for a term of three years the
Geo. F. Smith building at the corner
of Beach street and Magnolia avenue
and will remove to it from their pres
ent location in the W. H. Gardi-er
building, 140 South Beach street, as
soon as the alterations and Improve
ments now being made In the build
ing are completed. They expect to
get into their new quarters some time
between now and the first of June.
This is the building formerly occu
pied by the postofflce and more re
cently by Lucas, the "Land Man," and
is an excellent location. Having more
room Mr. and Mrs. Clark expect to
enlarge their stock and otherwise pre
pare for Increased business next win
ter. They will occupy apartments
above the store.
C. A. B. Tlce and family drove oTer
to Osteen and Lemon Bluff, Sunday
morning. In their car and returned in
the afternoon, accompanied by Mr.
and Mrs. Theo. A. Tlce and little son,
who will remain here with them until
Friday. Mr. Tlce says they met 20
or-more cars between this city and
DeLand In the morning and on their
return counted 20 cars on the road
west of DeLand, which would indi
cate that they were from points be
yond the county seat
REV. f.10, JACKSON'S
GREAT DISCOURSE TO
GRADUATING CLASS
Find work to do and try to do it,
have ideals and strive to live up to
them, be clean and honest, rjid avoid
the danger of becoming quitters.
Those were among the earnest in
junctions given to the graduating
class of Daytona high school by Rev.
S. Linnaeus Jackson, pastor of the
Christian church, during the course of
his baccalaureate sermon at the First
Methodist church, Sunday morning.
Seldom has a more scholarly, logical
and forceful discourse been heard In
a Daytona church, and the speaker
was successful In holding the undi
vided -attention of the members of
the graduating class as well as that
of the remainder of the congregation,
which was unusually large.
The regular Sunday morning
preaching Bervlces at the Baptist,
Congregational, Christian and Metho
dist churches were dispensed with,
their respective pastors, Messrs.RIght-
mire, Drew and Elder occupying po
sitions on the rostrum with Mr. Jack
son. Flowers banked in beautiful profu
sion against the chancel and pulpit
and upon the rostrum, and special
music for the occasion added much to
the delightful impressiveness of the
service.
GREATEST
OMTIflfJ
HALF HOLIDAY AT
THE POSTOFFICE
Commencing next Thursday the
Daytona postofflce will observe the
general Thursday afternoon closing
rule for the summer months. Mall
will be received and dispatched as
usual and the general delivery win
dow will be opened Immediately after
the distribution of the incoming mail
is completed. Like the business
places the postofflce will close prompt
ly at noon.
FISHERMEN DISCOURAGED
BY MANY WATER MOCCASINS
L. J. Cowan and J. N. Gunn, of the
local postofflce force, while out fish
ing for flounders Saturday night got
into such a mess of water moccasins
in the vicinity of Bethune point, south
of this city, that they added cold feet
to what were already wet pedal ex
tremities and gave up the fishing.
They killed four of the snakes with
their flounder spears and saw quite
a number more of the reptiles along
the shore and swimming or floating in
the shallow water along the bank.
The snakes, which are counted pois
onous, were probably denizens -of the
marsh land west of Bethune point.
The Daily Newt 15c a week.
No other drug store south of -Jacksonville
maintains a pre
scription department more fully
equipped than our.
Hanliins Drug Co.
THREE STORES
RISTOEiV
AT 1J.Y.
GIVEN .WILSON
NAVAL PAE2A1E
NEW YORK, MAY 17THE GREATEST OVATION EVER GIVEN A
PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES GREETED MR. WILSON TODAY.
AS THE NAVAL PARADE STARTED HALF A MILLION PEOPLE
CHEERED FRENZIEDLY.
NEW YORK, MAY 17, DESPITE FREQUENT SHOWERS, LOWERING
CLOUDS AND CHILLY BREEZES, HUNDREDS OF THOUSANDS OF PEO.
PLE VIEWED THE GREAT NAVAL PARADE OF THE ATLANTIC FLEET
THIS FORENOON. PRESIDENT WILSON AND PARTY REVIEWED THE
PARADE FROM THE OFFICIAL STAND, AND WERE WILDLY CHEERED
BY IMMENSE CROWDS. .
AFTER THE REVIEW, THE PRESIDENTIAL PARTY PROCEEDED
TO THE BILTMORE, WHERE. sAN OFFICIAL. LUNCHEON WAS SCHED
ULED. THIS AFTERNOON AT 3:00 Q'CLpCK;THE PRESIDENT WILL HOIST
HIS FLAG ON THE MAYFLOWER, AND, , FOLLOWED, BY .. ESCORTS,
STEAM UP THE HUDSON RIVER, BETWEEN LONG LINES OF UNITED
STATES NAVAL CRAFT, REPRESENTING EVERY TYPE. THREE HUN
DRED MILLION DOLLARS' WORTH OF WARSHIPS WILL BE INSPECTED.
THE PRESIDENT IS TO DINE ABOARD THE BATTLESHIP WYOMING
TONIGHT.
RUSSIANS MAKING FINAL
STAND, CLAIM OF VIE
NNA
VIENNA, MAY 17. THE AUSTRIANS ARE BOMBARDING WITH AR
TILLERY RUSSIAN POSITIONS NEAR PRZEMYSL AND ON THE RIGHT
BANK OF THE RIVER SAN, WHERE THE CZAR'S FORCES ARE MAKING
THEIR LAST STAND. IT IS ESTIMATED HERE THAT THE RUSSIANS
LOST 200,000 MEN DURING THE RETREAT FROM THE DUNAJEC TO
THE SAN. THE 48TH RUSSIAN DIVISION WAS SHATTERED AND ITS
COMMANDER AND ALL OF HIS STAFF WERE CAPTURED.
BERLIN ADMITS GERMAN
REVERSESNEAR YPRES
BERLIN, MAY 17. IT IS OFFICIALLY ADMITTED THAT THE GER
MANS HAVE BEEN FORCED TO WITHDRAW TO THE EAST BANK OF
THE YPRES CANAL, AFTER MANY DAYS OF FIERCE FIGHTING WITH
THE BRITISH. THE KAISER"S FORCES CONTINUE TO ATTACK THE
ENGLISH SOUTH OF NEUVE CHAPPELCe.
ZEPPELIN RAIDS ENGLISH TOWN
LONDON, MAY 17. ONE PERSON WAS KILLED THIS MORNING DUR
ING A GERMAN AERIAL RAID OVER RAMSGATE, WHERE 20 BOMBS
WERE DROPPED. BRITISH AEROPLANES CHASED THE ZEPPELIN
BACK ACROSS THE ENGLISH CHANNEL UNTIL THEY CAME WITHIN
RANGE OF THE ENEMY'S COAST GUNS. SEVERAL AIRCRAFT ALSO
APPROACHED DOVER, BUT WERE DRIVEN AWAY BY ANGLE GUNS.
6,000 ARMENIANS MASSACRED
LONDON, MAY 17. THE RUSSIAN CONSUL AT URUMIAH, PERSIA,
REPORTS THAT 6,000 ARMENIANS HAVE BEEN MASSACRED AT VAN
BY TURKS.
i $
.11.

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