MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS
HALF PRICE SALE
Clothing and furnishings
$20.00, $25 00 and $30.00 SUITS
NOW $10.00 UP
Silk Shirts $3.00 to $10.00 values
WALDORF MEN'S SHOP
33 S. Beach St.
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SOROSIS SHOES for WOMEN
BANISTER SHOES for MEN
Reduced Prices for Easter
FIFTH AVENUE O O T
6 South Beach St. Daytona
248 South Beach St
Phone 336 Black
T. E. FITZGERALD
Special Attention to Examining
and Perfecting Land Titles
266 S. Beach St Daytona, Fla.
Dr. BOiran HOSPITAL and SANIT4SIUM
First Avenue, Daytona, Fla.
wenty.slx targe airy rooms newly
.jrnlshed and fitted throughout
with all hospital convenience.
Thoroughly equipped operating
room on second floor. For terms
address Phone 181
C. C. BOHANNON, M. D.
W. C. SMITH
GINGER ALE AND CLUB SODA
Phone 242 Green 1
DR. W. F. DAVEY
188 South Beach Street
THIRTEENTH SEASON NO. 108.
DAYTONA, FLORIDA, ,SATURDAY, APRIL 7, 1917.
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Rather Than Surrender Ship, German Captain Blows It Up
OFF ATLANTIC COAST
NEWPORT, R. I., April 7. A German raider is officially reported off ,
Nantucket. Customs authorities have warned all shipping to remain in j
port. A number of destroyers are on patrol off the coast to protect shipping
and search for the raider.
A report from naval officials at Boston said the raider is described as i
a 10,000-ton vessel. It was seen off the Nantucket Shoals Lightship headed j,
The weatner in this section of the New England coast is thick. It is,
not expected that the raider will be sighted again until at close quarters with
a patrol vessel.
Bright, snappy, clean and we It-shaped Its to, the kitchen
what a youthful lass of 8 is to the .eye pleasing and
pretty that's our new crop of ALUMINUM WARE.
GRUBER-MORRIS HARDWARE CO.
People Are Sure Talking About Us
AUSTRIA SEVERS RELATIONS.
LONDON, April 7. Passports have been placed at the disposal of the
American Embassy at Vienna, and Bulgaria'and Turkey have also decided to
sever relations with the United States, according to a Vienna dispatch re
ceived at The Hague.
ALL SHIPPING TIED UP.
WASHINGTON, April 7. Reports" of the German commerce raiders off;
Atlantic ports flashed along the seaboard as the first breath of war at the j
door of America sent a thrill through the country. Shipping is practically :
tied up and naval patrols have been sent to investigate. Naval officials are j
overlooking no precautions but expect many reports of raiders during the ;
high tension. It is thought not improbable that wireless warnings of a mys- :
teriout vessel off New England caused other reports of raiders. i
ANOTHER RAIDER OFF VIRGINIA CAPES.
NEWPORT NEWS. April 7 A German raider is officially reported off
the Virginia Capes. All outgoing and incoming shipping has been warned.
GERMAN CAPTAIN BLOWS UP SHIP.
WASHINGTON, April 7.-Rather than surrender his vessel to Amer.can
force, which went to take possession the crew of the interned German gun
boat. Cormorant at Guam, blew up the vessel. The plo..on k.lled two
German warrant officers and five of the crew are missing. All the remainder
of the crtw were taken prisoners.
FRENCH MAKE ADDITIONAL GAINS.
The French war office announces violent cannonading south of St. Quentm
and other sections of the front. The French made addit.onal progress orth of
ANOTHER RELIEF'SHIP SUNK.
NEW YORK. Anril 7-The Belgian relief steamer Anna Fostenas, has
been sunk by a submarine. No Americans were aboard.
NO NEWS OF BREAK AT WASHINGTON.
WASHINGTON, April 7. Attaches of the Austro-Hungarian embassy and
the Bulgarian minister both said that they have heard nothing of the break.
SUBMARINE SIGHTED IN GULF.
TAMPA. April 7. Captain Lindquist and the crew of a fishing smack from
Sarasota report a large submarine in the Gulf yesterday. The men were on
oeck. Captain Lindquist hailed the submarine but received no reply.
WHEAT REACHES HIGH MARK.
CHICAGO, April 7. May wheat today rose to $2.14 a bushel.
BRAZIL TO DECLARE WAR BY MONDAY.
LONDON, April 7. The Central News says it is semi-officially informed
Brazil expects to declare war on Germany by Monday.
CUBAN CONGRESS MAY DECLARE WAR TONIGHT.
NEW YORK, April 7. The Cuban Congress is expected tonight to declare
a state of war existing between Cuba and Germany, according to a cabl
gram received from President Menocal's private secretary.
ENTENTE LOSES 44 AIRPLANES.
BERLIN, April 7. It is officially announced that the entente lost 44 air
planes on the French front yesterday. Berlin admits the loss of five.
DETHRONE KAISER RUSSIA MAY TALK PEACE.
PETROGRAD, April 7. In an interview with an Associated Press cor
respondent. Minister Justice Kerensky said if the German people would follow
the example set by Russia and dethrone Kaiser Wilhelm that "We offer pos
sibility cf preliminary negotiations."
PROMINENT SOCIALIST CRITICISES WAR.
ST. LOUIS, April 7. Morris Hillquit, temporary chairman of the New
York Socialist party, in calling to order the special session of the National
convention of the Socialist party declared tha. the United States was drawn
needlessly into the war. He added that the war ought to be financed by those
who can afford to pay and not by the working class.
HOSE TO MEET IN BRIEF SESSION.
WASHINGTON, April 7. House leaders plan to hold a brief session
Monday to concur with the state amendment to the general deficiency bill
providing a special war fund of one hundred million. The House will then
adjourn until Thursday to permit the committee to frame the bill.
HEAVY SELLING OF SECURITIES.
NEW YORK, April 7. Selling securities in !arge volume was resumed
at today's short session of the stock market. Leading stocks opened one to
two points down. Some stocks greatly extended losses. United States
Steel declined three and three-eighths points.
WHEAT SHORAGE CONFRONTS COUNTRY.
WASHINGTON, April 7. Th prospective slump of more than fifty
million bushels in the winter wheat crop compared with last year is the
first war feeding problem to confront the country. Government estimates
show the winter wheat crop to be about 430,000,COO bushels. The acreage
is larger but conditions are adverse. The production of rye is estimated at
60,000,000 bushels, the largest crop ever recorded.
THE LOCAL STOCK RED CROSS TO HAVE
EXCHANGE CLOSES MASS MEETING TUES.
Clement I). Cates and company, of :
Jacksonville, who have been conduct
ins; a local stock exchange during the
season at 46 Magnolia avenue, closed ;
their place of business at noon today,
but are well pleased with the business
transacted the past winter and will
re open their office here next season.
The exchange has proved very pop
ular, especially with the tourists,
many of whom are interested in
DR. HULLEY TO SPEAK
AT TOURIST CHURCH
Suntay morning at 11:00, Dr. Lin
coln G. Hulley will speak on "The
Costly Glories of the Higher Life."
Miss Margurite Spafford. the head
of Stetson University" vocal depart
ment, will sing two solos.
All are invited.
A public meeting will be held Tues
day evening, April 10th, at 7:30 p. m.,
at the lied Cross headquarters, the
Palmetto club house. At this meeting
a field worker of the red cross will
be present to answer any and all ques
tions pertaining to the organization,
its activities, duties, and world wide
work. Everyone is earnestly urged
to be present at the meeting.
Patriotic Americans are earnestly
requested to join and urge members
of their families and friends to join.
Mrs. C. E. Armstrong and baby.
"Hetty," who had been here for about
three weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Isaac
P. Plournoy and little Jane Embry,
at their home on Fairview avenue re
turned to Jacksonville Friday. Mrs.
Armstrong and Mrs. Fournoy are sisters.
NORTHERN MAN PRCHASES
MRS. SHAFFNER'S HOMES
J- W. Myers, of Ashland. O.. who
Pent the past winter for the most
Part in Miami and two weeks recently
t the Daytona Beach hotel, has pur
chased through the Courtney agency,
two houses and property of Mrs.
William Sbaffner, which are located
n Ocean avenue, Duke street and At
Mr. Myers will probably spend the
greater part of next winter at the
Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Rose and young
. J. II. Rose, Jr., and Mrs. II.
Corin, a sister-in-law of Mrs.
jwse, who had been with them during
e winter, left Friday on the return 1
J Newburgh, N. Y. Mr. Rose and
aUy, who have spent a number of
taters here were again this season
?ted in one of J. G. Drown's houses, ;
z-3 South Ridgewood avenue.
On and after Monday April
2nd. We close our place of
business at 6:00 p. m., ex
cept Saturdays. We need the
't and the Picture Shows
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Business banking in its broadest sense solving the financial side of commercial problems character
izes the service afforded by the Merchants Bank.
DAYTON A'S BUSINESS MEN ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO FULLY UTILIZE OUR SERVICE
THE SERVICE YOU RECEIVE
and the security you enjoy at this bank are not governed by the size of your bank account. They are
the same no matter what the size of your balance.
WE PAY FOUR PER CENT ON SAVINGS
I INDIAN PROGRAM AT
THE PALMETTO CLUB
! The Indian program to be eiven on
j Thursday afternoon at the Palmetto
club in charge of the Calendar com
mittee promises to be one of the most
interesting club entertainments given
this year. The music, papers and
decorations will be Indian and many
of the members will be in costume.
The program wil commence at 2:30
I o cioch.
Rev. Holmes S. Rightmire. pastor
of the First Baptist church, returned
I ! today from Ik-Land where he spent
I the past week holding Pre-Easter ser
vices at the DeLand P.aptist church.
Rev. Rightmire spoke at a series of
Another Shipment of
The Last We Will Get
Uankins Drug Co.
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