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THE DAYTONA DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY, OCT. I, 1920
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ht t;:::t d nafe
S. M. Long has returned to the
after enjoying an extended vac a- i
outing in North Carolina.
L .v.. -J
eeo la mind the us oust Church.
Tontinuedkfmi Vage One)
Howard G. Putnam and Murray Saias.j X. Y. Boris ins taken over the room
rill haw. opposition from the while ; formerly occupied by Hankins' Graf
Reptfclican. as will County Suuerin- touola parlor ana removed the partition
jesdent of Schools C. R. M. Shpparl, j between that room and his new office.
t!i DflBHHTWic nominee, although Mr. making for himself one large real es!
Marku d-olra he is not and will nt:tai oiftce.
lv a candidate, j ,.,
R. U Smith. Daytona Bosiiocratie P:;mcs tuned and reiwired.
The organization of a team of so
licitors for campaign funds, to be de
voted to the Democratic national cam
paign has been com plot ed in Ea Vo
lusia county, with Attorney UavM
Sholts as chairman of this district.
Mr. Sholts has appointed his com
mittee throughout th cities ami towns
nomin,e for county tux collector, is j orders at Kipps Piano Store, or Wm.!of tne east si1,? of county, each of
the omy omer Democrat candidike Ouffntt. Port Oranee. i9-28-Stll!,e wm'- eime'desiKnated aa Mr
Mrs. F. X. Conrad returned vester-
bltrt Republicans. Mrs. Iongdon. otS A? froiH a vMt to Nw York, having
anoea Keach, the only woman ' on pwded -Mr. Conrad home. .Mr. Con -ie
ticket, will stand for members of I fa ! was deUline( York on
to hare opposition, the bu lance of lit a j
c-ouaty ucaei wing vnaorswtt tiy ite
th school hoard in this distric t. ..n-) ?nsim?8 !in'' Probably
poking H. T. McClellan. while Chalijnome ab.om next Tuesday.
Ker i Riven opposition as justice
of the peace.
Th white RepuUlicafiH made it
plain, aithoush it has been arcneral.y
inMiuiderslood. that they did not nom
ir.nte M. A. Ualbnwth for KherilT. lint
ndrre4 hla candidacy. Galbrealh
4nd Ie Morris made the closest rcn
iu hiKiory for sheriff In the Juno pri
mary, and the choice of Galbreath or
Morris for the Democratic nomination
is in the court, awaiting a decisica
Apex ele-etric vacuiwn cleaners will
dean your house without taking up a
nig. M'NX BROS. J-17-tt
Mrs. E. B. Putnam and son, Cleve
land, have returnel to their winter
hom? In Seabreeze, after a pleasant
summer spent in Abbeville, points in
the North. Miss Catherine and Heury
Putnam are resuming their duties in
BICYCLK SALE, Get a cCrown
from the state Supreme Court. While i bicycle with
Ualbreath is not nominated as a Kc-! guards, stand.
publican, he i (endorsed bv the Rt - I bin -spring saddle. Specal prices $45
coaster brake, mud
guaranteed tires and
publicans in the November elections,
rrrdls of whether a decision 'b
n:de by the Supremo Court befoie
the November elections.
Thf balance of the county ticket
i endorsed, including the judge of
The connty court, country clerk, tax
colUHtor. supervisor of resist ration
J. 1). C pshaw. G. 11. Tyler and L. F.I
O'Connor, of Puytona Beach, are par
ticularly proud of their efforts as fish
erman, having brought to tlv beach as
the result of a day's rishiiiK at the In-
ilet. the first big catch of the sesiron
(International New Service.)
NEW. YORK, Oct. 1 One of
the heaviest cut in automobile
pricea was announced today when
the price cf the standard Loco
mobile 'was reduced $1350 and
the standard Mercer was reduced
i i:j l j'
sons to whom donations for the na
tional fucd made to paid.
It is hoped . by the committer that
the proper pmiortion of campaign
funds made b elven from this 5id- of
the county without solicitation, as
every Democrat knows that the na
tional campaign costs money, and the!
solicitors will depend largely on fre
will offerings matle to them.
In addition to the .Daily Nfws. where
donations may he made ami forwarded
to th treasurer of the fund, the fol
lowing are Mr. Sholtafs solicitors for
the fund: c
Moon Car Dcwn, Too.
(International News Service.)
j - - VIENNA. Oct. 1. Just three weeks (International News Service.)
before -th presidential ballot aj WHEELING, Oct. l. Ten thou-
America. Austria will elect on O' t ,""' "' miners in Eastern Ohio and
1 17 a new National Assembly and tae ; Northern West Virginia coal lieids.
tcampaism is now at the top of tha!wno naTe ,,n 00 aP nnauthorixed
ctirve. , itrike since Monday, will return" to
Beginning with the recess of parlia- " """. s a.uionnci io
j .day by a representative of the lint-
Parties, ' iMij ir: v..,t r..n- ;.. ..
of forty locals- last
cVwiKplrary to f, i v
: Oliver wae II'" J II. f '
tenwe, rjj A I ,ek 1
to p;!y his Cats. t i
same afternoon I ' i ' ne v '
a negro answered tv X li
wmid's call of "O-v-r. '
When a check v :',sl
prisoners at;t 7 o't" i t
it waa' found Cliver i
and Smith, had been rU: r. .
i ment thetwo dominant
Christian Socialist- and the Social I LI;
IJtmocrat. went on the stump andi? "pr'sonl,lve .
the contest is waging with all the bit-i
ST. I.IH'IX Opt 1 RullMOinno .(rfl'
4t to ? on Moon motor wnl "nJ reproa.h reenmmat-xn,
was announced todav, the compa-y i r?"'S "nntM that araj
statimr that ti,u .. Ii.ii.h ,h outcome of an enforced;
pi'i-s for the Moon.
j coalition government which failed to'
. NEGRO OUTWITS JAILERS
(international News Service,)
ATLANTA, Gil., Oct. 1. Fred Smith.
Daytona-H. C. SpiUkman. T.
Fitzgerald, and E. If. Armstrong.
Ormond Beach George N. Rigby.
Ormond JohnV Rillv.
SeabreorrJhn W. Williams.
Daytona Beach R. U. Seiden.
New Smyrna Harry Rood. D.
Smith and Jolm HamuoiHl.
Oak Hill H. G. Putnam.
Port Orange T. J. Sparkman.
the one shi; i!hc Poli statKm. gain.nl Ws treble j
elements nnd on the other, under teT 7 1'L-L ??,lr-
Irange from rea? democy r'l Vi'
i n-iiv- -tr vr j-vx-i ii iiiir tit liHito IVu J
... . r-
In the center stands the Gross
Ixnitsche nartv. Broadlr is Ss ertoi'i
'Invtv. , , eu wnn trie (. onsrervatives, but t
LONDON. Oct 1 Tho lain .f iiuL. .i. . . ... . y
. - -- - v. niuiw in mr nr-eni jssemoiv aa
Jews ,., Knssia is anything but an er.-j been 1o vote this way and that c;
"'T- -V !"' anicie in tne cur- vital measures obviously to preserve
rt fit number or th Zmnlat Bulletin: its .Mm, hlnn,. r L, .i,!
According tn the writer. SH per cent!hous0 ,, tn strenRlhen Its hands in
hy an appeal to both
JEWS 111 RUSSIA
AI2D SHOT FREELY
Wonderful 2:: ,1:
The finest drive In UrcrlJ
is available 8 hours eaifc day, 4.
hours before and 4 hosrs mTlzr
low tide. On the Beat h .to C S,
Inlet and retarn hy torr. On.- x
Daytopa's Wonderful ; Xc:
holds all AntoHMA" X'c.'V
Speed Records. ,
J Hon. John Barton Paijm
IliiT ,a,b,,rr,rs,ju Kharkov are j coaitnK eU(.ti(ms
.lews, who are treated brutally. The i fartSons
Gentiles about them are coming to re-
und county commissioner of this dib-!f bM!! nuiuliorlBB eight beauties and
Ktoek foe U
tton of offriaK the
l"nit-d Aatcs Senate,
rtuten a weeu ago in th't
letona has the distinc-
cantilate rcr 'Pennsylvania
in ur. ivkci, ;
averaging :'.0 pounds to the, iish.
Mrs. E. L. Oskes, who has been en
joying a delightful visit during the
summer with ie!atives and friends in
Ohio, Michigan a net Illi
nois. Utas rt uruu to the city, aceom-
FORD GARAGE WILL '
REMAIN OFEIi 24
HOURS III FUTURE
am! they I
igartl tliem as a coolie caste,
lure shot at least as freely as other
'Uussians for counter revolutionarv
The Assembly now stands 73 Chris-
lien Socialists. SI Social Democrats
and 2S Grosse Deutsche deputies.
t-ouucui onservcrs generailv agree
Secretary of the Interiorsays:
tha tman of tb white' Republican paaud by Mr. and .Mrs! James liobbins.
who will remain with her at her home,
Oakrest, oi West Volusia avenue. Mr.
and Mrs. Robbing sjient two winters
here several years ago ard were so de
iigiuetl with iliv place that tliev- were
anxious to letnm. Mr. Uobbins, who
is years of age and in unusually
good health, was especially ilelighted
over the prospects of a winter in lay-
s. Romans is a sister of Mrs.
BICYCLES r-get vonr children to
school on time, DCNN BROS.
home on Kir.-t avenue, has just pur
chased t'ae L.-T. Mulky place on First
1 street, facing Kowlader place. Mr.
jltorl expects to occupy his new
'chase as a home.,
ctaimjr etmimlttee. His candidacy
waj endorsed last evening, as w3
that of Judge Bowen. or Miami, who
will oppos tngressman Jte Seers.
Speecli by Sligh.
Prof. iHlth. ot Jacksonville, a Jlu-e-it
am) impressive speaker, enter
:itet the audience for an hour on hjs
fi- " t lite lewgne of Nations, euai
Mi.lr!? aj Tates rirbls. briiucinnttona. M
out nwny !ut in favcr bt his op-jOakes
pii.iiin to tne league or .Nations, ar
rrimlng ti Wilsonian policies, and
(i-n..iiui ing the present administra
uin f.r Mvei-al acts, which camej
hi snltt with the nartv.
Ti Ker vtaterl th:.t the un iep ? BORIS BUYS MULKY
of the Eighteenth Amendment, the HOME ON FIRST ST.j
nr.hthitinn hiw ih l.innl. t N. Y. Boris, who recently sold his'
:t-e cnti tr states rights, and that tue (
Nineteenth. Amendment tappil the
t-'Tnas. While he said he was not
opposed to woman suffrage, he
;bongPt that each stute should have
h.td a say in its enactment, and that
!h- present administration did a ter
i title wrong in rushing the measure
'trough, without giving the South-'
eta Mate an opportunity to prepare!
tor the voting of millions of colored!
omen. . j .
He showed where the Mine aen itSj The n,PmiH,rs of Halifax lodge. No.
had been at work in the rushing of;M y & x M i,HVf accepted the in
wcuian surTrage. to the harm of the j vitation of Rev. Dr. D. S. Scadeng to
conntry, mat tutu torcett tne ieau attend services at the First M. E.
i llefore the w ar, the article explains. ! that-the complexion: of the next As
jnbont lis per cent of the Jews in Rus- i sembly will not be materially altered
i sia were-engaged in commerce, -and 'and that another coalition ministry
I most of the remainder were artisans j must be looked for. They predk-t
i or factory workers. When tlu soviet j that both the. big parties wjll lose
n--. u. . iiu-nii piiun: vim- ; Mipmiy 10 me ijross ijentsctie, gtv-
merce as being tainted with capitcl-jing it a position of greater advantage
The first sign of approaching win- Jt--m.nost of the Jews Vst their live- and strength in a new coalition min-
ter season 5s found in the announce- I lihood. Mot of the non-Jewish Rus- fstrv than it has vet enjoved
mem made todav by A. J. Malby. pro-s,ans who pre likewise made dosti-! r,4,nvra, oninlo " ,s th.,." .-
Winter of the Ford carage -that h-:,,ue tt farm labor and have , , ,," 1 i, . ' h ,n
linen r oi tnt rora garii,e, tnai n. , .... .event the tirosse Ileiiti:'he imnr, -m
ie-ii aiiie 10 scrajH; aiong, mu iviissian ,,. , ,, : , . "
villagers, steemd in ceniuries ,,f nti- 8 V ,srU whoU-v wnh ri't
w. w...i . I St'IIUl ISIIf U'flllKI TMM III lri P
Mr. AK-.u.y realizes mat tue tune is ; - ? This is conceded bv
rast approaching wrten tourists "wiii
be doing a gre:;t
will keep his garage open all night
in future, beginning tonight.
and for the
semitism. would not tolerate Jewish
?ittl-r :tm(inp tlmt-.i ,
n-s.-T- '. i i i Deal of the Socialists
.iea t night driv-1 .. ..." , f . ,B v chris!ian wh,.
,11 tuts ntit. insisieu oni ----- .
ing, ami tor tne convenience
..... . ... . in in. liiini iieniir Kiveu in in ...
VL"7ST.eS m ,-Wyl 'r! Jewish traders whom it dishMlge,! fn.m ilure of the present gove
ti infill. ii in ine iari iitu 11 iiik I . . . .. i ttut .i,vi,.,i, . K. . . . . .
. - .... , . ineir counting nouses, says tue wnier. i - i-ijiiiis
, :t;o wi.n forced la Ivor came in last ists advocated.
t. cater to their wants. M.,r.-1. verv n.hpr f
th election ap
which joins the
m blame for the
he Social V
.' One of the. fundamentally sound habits thashould bo ac
quired by every citizen is that of regular and systematieaving.
"It is tfcf foundation of the econruic well-being of tint nn
tiun. Whatever our habits may be. we should give that of thrift
a prominent Place iu our scheme of character building.' :
This bank will help you to save by adding
4 per cent interest, subject to usual regulation.
"Teach Your Dollars to Have More Cents"
,The optming of the Ford garage for
the "I hours of the day is but one of
a numlier of pi-ogressive move?'
planned by Mr. Malby for the winter!
searon. whereby Ford service will bo
ja feature among motorists
MASONS TO ATTEND
CHURCH SUNDAY EVE.
fl .Nation covenant onto the
:rv. and that but for a handful of!
stnnch. men iu the U. S. Senate,!
America would have been lead, with!
eye closed, into the most harmful ;
.tction that could be conceived of by!
Tin. the joining with European na-i
;n n in fighting their battles.
Praises Senator Reed.
Te etiiogiied Senator "Jim'Tt.H'd,1.
l-tnotntf. who was the first to op
pce the League in the Seuate, and
-el:eved that the people of the I'uitei
states would answer the call, by the
cr?atest majority for Harding ever
.n5vn a presidential candidate.
Prof. Sligh paid a compliment to D.
K'cck for his Ftand in opposition to
t;t Dennicratic candidate for tb?
St rate, and stated, w hile the Repub
l'csns wanted to elect u few count.;
!i!:'t..er3, the real tight in Florida woulJ i lors
be to roll np a big majority for Hard
Ins, and for Dr. Klck as senator, that
the views of the South might be ex-;r.-!s-d
more clearly in the Sei.ate
t'ian They have been by the present
senatorial tega wearer.
Cheney Meeting Tonight.
Judge Cheney, of Orlando, caudi
d.i te for the Cnited States Senate
oh the -niack Leg" ticket, will opea
the Republican campaign in Volusi-i
enonty in earnest this evening whet
he spaks at S o'clock at the inV't.
Judge Cheney is a fluent spet-.ke-,
coun- i church Sunday evening, when a special
sermon will he preached to the Ma
sons. All Masons are requested to
meet at tlf Masonic hall on Orange
avenue at 7 o'clock, and from there
REYNOLDS HAS FIVE
'County Probation Officer L. R. Rev-
nolds has at this time two girls and j
were visibly "unproductive persona"
and rie for industrial conscription, or
for death if they objected.
"Almost all the .lews were entered
as "of no occupation,' irrespective of
whether lhey,kn. w- a trade or not,"
says the writer in the Bulletin. "A
terrible hunt began for the Jewish
masses by Red soldiery, with the will
ing help of the artisemites. The J-ews
were shut up in the court yards of the
labor barracks and had to camp
and night in the open, almost wit
toon, i ne compulsory wore consii-rs
.t,.;,l. in it... tw,.,,ii.cv- Y ;,wl nt lutirM- . t.
such as road building and the ''leans
tnfr out of dirtv nlaoes in town and ill
i country. ,
ot tie '5
ip day '1
(Newspaper Enterprise Assn.)
three boys, all but one or them under NOBILITY ESTATES
12 years of age. whom he is placing! BEING RESTORED :
in good homes, and requests that any- . j
one who is in a position to take one'
of the children, to communicate with !
him. PRAGl'rZ. Oct. l.-Mt. is staled that;
Mr. Reynolds, who was recently tnt Hapshnrgs. 1 lohenbei gs. S. hw arz
appotnted. probation ofliccr. and .who ; eulnires. Fuistoliburgs and other fam- ;
holds his commission from the gov-i jjjPS f former llohemjan nobility are,
ermtr, is desirous of placing these having their estates, taken away dur- '
t hildren in homes where they will ; ns the waf. restored to them. -j
receive the care and love of their, -
. , , . . i , , .. . i , : . 1
lioceec ma rotty io me .ueu.o.t.M adoptpl, parents. and who may give ; REFUSED TO GET OUT
chinch. . to them an education which will fit' fr- TUr wav vtttrn
.them for future life. w ""'
AU of the children."-Mr. Reynolds:
state, are good children, but withou:i kwwv r..,.,
parents. Anvone in a position to i i.u.mki.n, u. t. i. - i.et mem pu l
COUNTRY DOCTORS SCARCE
(International News Service.) j
COLl'MP.CS. Ohio. Oot. L That j
state iiteoiiiiie is luniuuir n j tke
wcians persist m tneir lnnivmuaiisiic
I relat tens, hip between physician and
patient, is tne claim mane oy Mate
Health Commissioner A. W. Freeman,
addressing members of the Columbus
Academy of Medicine.
He said the tendency to. specialize,
has resulted in a serious lack of pby-
yk-LiiiB in rural districts, young doe-
going to the citie
care of one of the children.
asked to get in touch with Mr. R
nobis at his office at Ihe Daytona
library, at which time an investigation
into the conditions surrounding the
children may be had.
is ' up or gi
round me.' Juan Campbell.
thvsvs refused to got out of the
way of motorists. Then a bicycle hit
her and a verdict of accidental death
i PARIS TO HAVE A
i MUSSULMAN'S SCHOOL
.. than - '
believe their -chances for professional (newspsper
and financial success are greater. Dr. i
Freeman said that the physician has i
PARIS. Oct. 1. Plans are set for
i v. . . .. : . r .. . . . . . ...i At.... '
lost personal touch with his patients. I , . . ,,
11 . . i cnlmnn utilversitv fur Pun It u -'1
embrace the study of theology, Islam- '
j ie law and languages, with special at-;
Mention to French seience, art and;
t literature. - !
tlthi.ugh medicine has advanced i
greatly iu Ihe past score of years. ;
WEIGH SCHOOL KIDS
IN CINCINNATI. TOO
(International News Service.) j
lIVriV'Tf Ohio. Oct. 1. Weigh- !
ing and measuring of every school ! Classified.
child in Cincinnati has started. The;
work is being done by the teachers. !
Charts detailing the results of this :
will be turned over to the city
If you huve rooms to rent try a
..fd cives promise of making an cs-
.eilent ndiess whether one aereej i wtuk
w,tli his polities or not. j health department. District health
- officials will then make a thorough
INCREASE DIVERS' PAY
(International News Service.)
POSTON. Oct. 1. The four divers
isined to duty at the Cbarlesrown
Navy Yard received a pleasant sur
prise jvhen word came from Washing -'en
that their pay had been increased.
Cnder the old order the pay of a
.liver was 15.72 per dny.
Hereafter he will receive 15.76 per
physical examination of those chu- ,
dren who, according to the chJrts, ,
are under weight. '
This is the most thorough and sys-
tematic inspection ever attempted of;
Cincinnati's school children. J
Parents are being invited to witness
the examination of their children.
If yon have ' something
trv a classified.
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FRIDAY EVENING, OCT. 1st.
Judge Jno.M. Cheney
Candidate for United States Senator
Will speak on the issues
of the campaign
Casino Burgoy ne 3 O'clock
ARTICLE THREE '
It is with pardonable pride that we point to the fact
that the quality of the service rendered by the Public Serv
ice Company to the people of Daytona, Daytona Beach
and Seabreeze has been of the best during one of the most
trying times known to the gas and electric industry. In
otlcr cities throughout the country the service .has been
poor, principally clue to incompetent help and inferior ma
terials. We attribute thevgood service that has been ren-
dered to the citizens of the Triple Cities to the loyalty and
abimy of the employes ofthe company. The employes
have stuck loyally to their work under mott trying condi- .
tions, and today are drawing from 25 pejjeent to 59 per
cent less salaries than shey can secure ,ewhere. .
We have increased wages to common labor about 1 00
per cent, and to skilled labor and clerical help the increases
that have been granted amount to from 25 per cent to
33 1-3 per cent. Even this is all out of proportion to in
creases which have been allowed to the same class of work
ers in other cities. The employes of the company know ;
that the company is not in a position to grant a further in
crease in wages on its present revenues, but have loyally
remained with the company, hoping that the future will
in a measure reward them for their present and past serv-
ices. ; (
For a long time we were in hopes that the cost of living
would be reduced, but such a hope now seems futile for
many months at least, and a further increase of wages
must be granted to our employes if the people of the Triple
Cities are to enjoy the same excellent (service that we have
rendered them in the past, due primarily to the high class
of employes and to the efficient equipment of our plant.
It is to meet this living situation with our empjoyes that
pertly prompts us to suggest that we be allowed to charge
a slightly higher rate for gas and electricity.
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