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COW OF YEARS SWEEP
ER TENNESSEE, ARKANSAS
f-D NORTHERN MISSISSIPPI
CTCSSI GENERAL IN WEST.
(Tfci Associated Press.)
- Cr rtonm j ar swooping the
-tr frtton of tho northern and
-tl states, attended by a cold
-9 aver the entire country. The
J wave promises to reach Florida
: J ecy be expected, to remain until
i rst Thursday, j
DALLAS. Texas, Jan. 15. Seven
I ? i oae-tenth inches of snow fell here
; rterday. The ; storm is general
! Jocxhout north and central Texas.
; & Much Snow in Tennessee.
? tIEMPHIS, Tenn.. Jan. 15. Eastern
1 "jrxansas, northern - Mississippi and
l astern Tennessee is in the grip
f 1 one of the worst snow storms in
; ars. Four and one-half inches have
e L2eady fallen and the storm continues
f 'rithout abatement,
::m very wear
. ; (The Associated Press.)
1 1 Washington' Jan. 15-Doctors
I T-J4 late this afternoon that Admiral
j vwey is "slowly sinking."
"l WASHINGTON. Jan. 15. Admiral
SZxotze Dewey, the hero of, Manilla
ty is Tery weak. Physicians said to-
iy that they feared his vitality might
"J3 at any time'. ! Admiral Dewey is
I LJ years old and is suffering jtrom a
i Ceral breakdown.
. MAS JUST RETURNED FROM
I :- THE PANAMA CANAL ZONE
. Mrs. E. L. Will, of Brooklyn. N. Y.,
' is la Daytona for -a visit of about two
v weeks with her brother-in-law and
- "Cater. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. F. Zeigler.
who are occupying apartments in the
Atwood block, corner of Beach street
Volusia avenue. Mrs. Will is on
return to Brooklyn from a visit of
r two months in the Panama caual zone
'waere she was with her son. W. L.
"Clli, who is in command of the gov
ernment tus. Gorgona. Mrs. Will
Came to Daytona by way of Havana
;and Key West. She has a large and
taterestiug collection of views at
: Panama, including one of a bathing
,rrty on Christmas day, which was
Lke summer, she says.
OF IONIAN ISLANDS
l (The Associated Press.)
ATHENS, Jan. 15. The Entente
t es occupied Cerigo Island in the
? rranean. south of the Gulf of
i iSonia, Wednesday. Cerigo Island
i u owned by Greece and is the south-
roost of the Ionian Islands.
Mr. S. Sickles, of the
Arm of M. Sickles Sons,
be with us Friday,
Saturday and Monday,
ttih, ISth and 15th. with a
line ef Diamond Platinum
Your inspection of the
Una will be appreciated.
Our guarantee goes with
tf Ifa New We Have It."
rllcp along the beach, or
roolissd by telephoning
0:7S DDF CZ2I
TO OClt 4C0 FEET
SGUTll OF THE FERilY
FERRY LOCATION IS AT BEND
OF RIVER AND WAR DEPART
MENT WANTS DIFFERENT LO
Michael Sholtz will in all probabil
ity change the site o the proposed
bridge which he is to build across the
St John's river at Crow's Bluff to a
point 400 feet south of the. present
ferry. The county commissioners of
Lake and Volusia counties recently
granted Mr. Sholtz a franchise for the
bridge and it was the intention to
build it where the ferry now crosses.
There is a sharp bend in the river
at this point, however, and the war
department has asked Mr. Sholtz to
amend his plans so as to move the
location 400 feet. As soon as the new
specifications are prepared they -will
be submitted to the war department
and when the necessary permit is
granted material for the construction
of the bridge will be immediately or
dered. Mr,. Sholtz states that work
will probably not be commenced until
The place where the bridge is to
be constructed is two and one-half
miles from DeLand Junction.
Read the Dally New Want Ads.
Head the Daily 'News want-ads.
RUTH LAW NOT COMING
TO DAYTONA: WILL GO
INTO FRENCH AVIATION
Ruth Law, th? noted, aviatrix
who recently established a new
world's record by flying from
Chicago to New York, and who
had planned to spend the win
ter in Daytona, as usual, has
concluded to go to France and
enter the army aviation corps
of the Entente allies. Miss Law
w hose real name is Mrs. Charles
Oliver, will be an army instruct
or, according to information
received here. Miss Law had
planned to come to Daytona and
had already made arrangements
with the Commercial club of
Daytona to bring her aeroplane
here and carry passengers this
season. News of the change in
Miss Law's plans was received
in Daytona Sunday.
1 "CUR CALOT-O" I.QLJ ILJtL. A , .
eolers from the most cblicate to some
reds like the "fair ones" faces show.
GRUBER-MORIUS HARDWARE CO.
Deutcchlcmd Coieved Again
Newring Shores of America
(The Associated Press.)
NEW YORK. Jan. 15. An unidenti- ing here today from Bordeaux. It is
fied submarine was sighted S00 miles Ji1001 that he submarine may be
, x- . . . the German merchant submarine
east of Newport by persons aboard Deutschland on another voyage to the
the Birtish freighter Clematic, arriv- United States.
OF NAVY G0:XGT0
DAYTONA FOR VINTER
Hon. Hilary A. irbert, secretary o
the navy under President Cleveland.
in a letter to Richard H. Edmonds.
editor of the Manufacturer's Record, j the progressive Elks of Davtona lodse.
who. as usual, is spending the winter!,. . , . .
in Daytona. says that he and his j Jr- Chamberlain expects to invite a
daughter expect to come to Daytona i number of guests to join with him in
for the winter. In speaking of Mr. 1 enjoying tne oaiL
Herbert Mr. Edmonds said that to his j All applications for boxes should
work was largely due to the splendid 1 be made to David Sholtz. either per
start under Cleveland toward build- son ally, by telephone or maiL The
ing a navy. Mr. Herbert as secretary jcost of the boxes is $10 in addition to
of the committee on naval affairs and, j the cost of admission tickets.
later as se-cretary of the navy, ga.e j
many years to a study of our naval ' ENTERTAINED HOLLY HILL
problems to the armor plate question i FRIENDS AT THE HAMILTON
and to all others bearing on the navy, j Mrs. I. M. Mabbette. proprietor of
and to a vigorous advocacy of the de-! the Hamilton hotel, who some vears
velorment of an adequate navy. ; ago was a resident of Holly Hill, en-
' ! tertained a partv of her friends and
Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Whitsett. of former neighbors of that town at din
Eustis, parents of Mrs. Elmer Kipp. of i ner at the Hamilton Saturdav even
this city, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. j ing. Following a most appetizins
Kipp for a few days at their home. 27 i meal, for which this pleasant hotel is
Myrtle avenue, having motored over ! noted, the evenine was sner.T in
from Eustis last Saturdav.
Committee Asks That Scope of
Leak Investigation be Extended
(The Associated Press.)
WASHINGTON. Jan. 15 Ti e house
rules committee will meet at 0:00
o'clock this afternoon and resume its
efiorts to get Thomas W. Law son of
Boston to give the names of the off.-; of the investigation and give the com
cials which he intimated might he in- mittee davs in which to report.
morrow is not
really belongs to us is Today.
Today not tomorrow is the time to start
to practice Thrift, to spend less and make more,
to save steadily and systematically.
Today not tomorrow is the time to open
a Savings Account in this Institution.
With the wages of Today lay the founda
tion of a successful Tomorrow.
Across From Casino Bursrovne
thru the bridal trails of Seabreeze, is a pleasure that can frj
William A. McCallen, Riding Master, Clarendon Saddle Stabld
FIRST DOX FOR ELKS'
CALL SOLD TODAY TO
G. 0. GHAMDERLIN
The first box for the Elks Charity
ball on Feb. 7 was sold today to C. O.
Chamberlain. w?pll-known as nnp nf
volved in the peace leak. Tae com
mittee has 1'tvn er-iowered to thrc.;t
en Ijwson with contempt proceedings.
The committee voted this morning
to ask the house to broaden the scow
has one never 10 return
II! U W v - - v
LAS o:ty a -
WILL BE .CERTIFIED, ADVERTIS
ED AND SOLD AND WORK ON
THAT PORTION OF DIXIE .HIGH
WAY COMPLETED AT ONCE.
LEESBURG, Jan. 15. Judge
J. B. Gaines, representing the
Lake County commissioners. has
been notified that the road bond of
$to.000 for a sand asphalt road be
tween Howey and Leesburg. connect
ing up w ith the Dixie Highway, have
been put on the press and wilT be
ready for certification within the next
two weeks. As soon as this is done
the bonds will be certified and ad
vertised for sale.
There will be no difficulty in se
curing an early sale for the bonds
and work will commence immediately
on the road. It is expected to have
this finished by early fall.
Read tie Daily News Want Ads.
IRA A. BLALOCK WILL
LEAVE DAYTONA TOMORROW
Ira A. F.lalock, for some time past j
manager for the "Daytona . Electric j
Light and Power company, ha re-i
signed his position with that company !
and will tomorrow join his familv in
Jacksonville. He ejects, however. !
to leave for Havana. Cuba, about" the j
":.ih of this month to look over a bus- i
iness proposition in that citv.. with !
which he is familiar, having visited
there a number of times anl s; e:it
considerable time during the Spanish
American war. Mr. Blalock during ti'e
time of his lousiness association in
Daytona has made many friends in
the city and vicinity who will regret
his removal, but he says he has a
warm spot in his Lean for Daytona
and hopes to make his home l.tie
some time in the future.
MORNING HOTEL NEWS
!- TO APPEAR TOMORROW
ihe f.rst issue of the Morning -i.
Hotel News ior the season c
117 will appear Tuesday morn- '
i copy will 1h dvMvtred 4
- to each c.;t-
of the leading hotels
of l5aytona. Seabreeze. I'uytona
Peach and Orr.:ond P.each. The
r.igh.t service ef the Associate.! V
Press will urnih the news of -the
Ti -i r
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CONVICTION OF F. Ctt CC-1
ETTI AND UAUHV L CRICC3 CF
CALIFORNIA COKFIRZTSD BY AP
WASHINGTON. Jan. IS. Proseco-.
tions are transporting women firocs.
one state to another for fsnsnoral ar
poses in Tiolatioa of the Uana WLite
Slave law are not limited to rsta cf
commercialized vice, the Uaitr"
States supreme, court decided toiz -when
it handed dowa a decision af-,
firming the conviction of F. Drew
Cominetti and Maury L Griggs, or
The court held -that personal moral
escapades are included as violations--of
Chief Justice White and Justices' ,
McKenna and Clark dissented ttotf
the majority opinion. Justice McRey
nolds did not participate in the den
cision. , --
WELLS PLEADS NOT p
GUILTY OF fXIBI
(The As sec I a ted Press.)
COLUMBUS. Ohio. Jan. 13. Wei
don R. Wells formally pleaded, not
guilty today to the charge of murder
iiX connection with the death of Mona
Simon here. He was held to the
grand ivry withcut bail. The police)
b Sieved that iu view- of Wells' con-
fe.- - !) h .t night he was preparing
th:vw himself on the- mercy of tl
court when tried.-
THAW'S MOTHER DECLINES
TO SET FORTH FAMILY PLAN
(The Associated Press.)
PHILADELPHIA. Pa.. Jam 13.-
Harry Thaws mofher declined to
make any statement today of the fam
ily s plans regarding Thaw's extra-.
New York cn charges of as-
g Frederick Gum;, Jr. ;
Mr. ad Mrs. E. H. Armstrong re
joined their children last Friday everf
it.-e at their home on Arlington avrV
t.u- p.ung-alow part, returning from Ql
combined business and pleasure triTT
or :H'oat a week i St Louis. Mo. Jp-
(The Associated Press.l
The Teutons are only six miles fro
Gaiatz, the important Rumanian port
on tr-e Danube at fie end of the Ser
eth line. The Teutons took Vadenl
Nesteday. Few changes are report
cn tne balance of the line. The
weatr.er is reported bad. t
Fetrog-ad reports indicate virtual!
ro changes. ?
Eeriin claims iso!ated gains in the
Vo'dovian frontier mountains in tms
R33 district at the northern end of
tne Russian f cnt. The Russians evW
dent'y withstood tie heavy GermaA
Activity on t"e Franco-Belgian fro
s connnea mostly to artniery act
New Bathing Caps
just received. t
All the latest styles and
25c to $2.50