TIE DAYTONA DAILY NEWS. FRIDAY, MARCH 25. 1921
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Ctocka anal Bonds. 48 Magnolia Ave.
1 Today. Good Friday, is being
; I observed as a legal holiday by
1 i the New York stock exchange and
, other exchanges, markets to cpen
i I tor tomorrow.
I WAGE SCALE HINDERS
BUILDING IN ST. PETE
It (The Associated Press)
j f ST. PETERSBURG March 24 Much
I tew ubildiiiK is being held up here
kecause of the failure of local build
; ing trades unions to agree on new
sage scales for the ensuing year. Car
j tenters recently agreed to reduce their
'? tcate from fl an hour to 87 cents
I tut the other unions have not an
nounced reductions and declare they
f till not do so until the carpenters ac-
uaily sign a contract making the
I w scale effective.
THOU SHALT NOT DO THE
ilYOT KSW DANCE EDICT
i (Internationa! News Service.)
'WORCESTER. lass.. Mar. 25
t luce the advent of the "Chicago
fag." and "ceaiel's walk" in dance
alls of this city some three weeks
a to, dancers have been acting on the
loorg as though the lid was off pro
B iety. according to Policewoman M.
lUzabeih Tracy and Mps. Jennie M.
lice. Accordingly the following com
S andments have been promulgated.
I Thon shalt not attempt the Chi
Thou shalt not try the camel walk.
j Thou shalt not pivot.
, Thou shalt not shimmy.
! Thou shalt not tickle-toe.
i Thou shalt not jazz in any of its di-
' Thou shalt not dancft cheek to
Ml INTER RESIDENT OF
p . PORT ORANGE DEAD
' :. OrviUe Franklin Keapnap. 82 years
bt age, a native of Pleasantown, Kan.
dl id at the winter residence in Port
Otange Friday evening at 10 o'clock.
- The remains accompanied by the
wi low o the deceased, will be. sent
to the Kansas home Saturday morn-
Parrot Stole Diamond.
lUrrots are interesting things. But
em man down on Long Island has de
Hd M that Ids old polly has too many
tat tog ways to be really practical. A
. Tea days ago he discovered the loss
cf his diamond sonrf pin and- was
rea ly to place the matter In the hands
, f t he policp- Vhen he heard polly bang
jll jtt osalnst the bars of ber cape.
U reiuembcred of the bird strutting
abo it on his chest when "he was repos
ing on the, conch in his living room a
phoit time before and it was at this
turn. that he was relieved of his vain
- iof pin. , ;- .
A i The' Budget
""' lint Is known in. iioliti.s a "rin
budtet" b that iniscellaiiewu collec
.tioa of matters, which accumulate ia
!the annual finauchji statement of JtUe
iai;iMer ol finance .-(. as. In Great
"Urit ihi, the , t hnnt-elior rt the ex
'Chetuer) to parliament The budget
conl alns two leading elemeuts, a stute
men : of the Income and expc ixiiture
for he year thaf has passed, mid the
final rial standing of the country at
the 'elose of the fiscal year, and an
expluiatlon of the probable expeul
. ture for the ensuing year, with a
K-hrtoe for the raising of the moneys
ftecury to car.-y oo iliese expend!
fare. - !
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JWe have just received
our Easter Candies for
the little folks. .
Alst fresh shipments of Nunnalty's,
;. Norrir, Johnson's and Whitmar.'a.
j H ANIONS DRUG CO.
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kC7 1 1.71 C Hoping
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for rwponse wb cli this agUo e.sb- da of Uiat wWclUi8
man BeUe4 BkiUft. ly. Instil cf U l fining America paper, with criticism
Tiding Brh public opinion, there, r und and France, whieh i" aT
fore, the Germans once more, as 8a;,ne ,h rtia!
often in the war, deprived hoee i:K&t
kindly Inclined toward ihfin. of a
t-lngl leg to stand on. Lloyd iloorije
found himself la just such a i.-ntio;
as Mr. Wilson, when, iu 1917. the Ger
mans suddenly declared ih'-ir uniim
fcd submarine warfare, thus giving
v H to all their previous pledges
ail nil of Mr. Wilson's early -assertions.
, "lt is not," said Mr. Simoml-s, "an
exaggeration to say that in the last
analysis it is to the United States that
Germany looks for that decisive aid
which shall enable them to escape
from the consequences tt defeat and
the cost of their crimes. Seeing the
unmistakable Anglo-American rivalry
of tho hour, watching all the various
incidents which have arisen in the re
cent past. Germany hopes by clever
propaganda, by constant appeals to
American eelf interest, to American
credulity, to the Anglophobia in cer
tain quarters, to bring her step by
ffep to the point where America will
interevene in Kuiope on bfhalf of Ger-1
j v o i j v. j i . m j tui rvai T-.t
cans," said Mr. Sitnouds, "to perceive
.'that iu any case we are only at the
; first stage tf the campaign." At the
moment there is discussion as to
whether Germany .shall pay up in 'id
years or in 42 years, but in eithpr case
we must 8ee that for decades Ger
many will still be seeking, striving,
planning, maneuvering to escape pay
ment. For 30 years, at the least, we
are to have these ever recurring cris
ae; for 30 years Germany will remain
outside the circle ot nations. Even re
motely content with their position
during all this time, her policy will be
concentrated on the effort to turn na
tion against nation, ta stimulate in
ternational discord. ln a word, Ger
many means to make the collection of
the debt expensive beyond all concep
tion of her conquerors, while looking
always for- the propitious moment to
throw off the debt altogether. It is
not lei?s patent that the end of all
.such German campaigns must some
day he actual resumption of the old
war, prosecution of that war to its
logical conclusion, which must be the
real defeat of Germany. It is not
ace, but a form of warfare stretch
ing indefinitely Into the future which
reseat German policy pwtends. and
In the end such a pol'cy can only
lead to French action to a finish, with
or without assistance. It may be that
the Germans, preceiving their appall
ing blunder, will bow omu more, as
they did at Versailles. But in eith-j
er case present submission will have!
only present value and the next tluie
a real, or an apparent opportunity ar-;
rives that we shall look, for nw Ger-l
man defiance. Of neace there is
as yet but little promi$ and will be I
until Germany at last accepts the re-j
cent defeat or invites and suffers an
al her." ;
. Planned Attack on New York !
We can get some little idea in this'
couutry of what the war might have !
roeaut in reading the story in the
iwarcn issue of the Geographic Maga
zine, which describes one airship that
was being built by the Germans for
the express purpose of attacking New
Vork. This ship had a fuel capacity
of about 17MK miles and was design
ed to be able to maintain itself at a
height of 30,000 feet, with crews pro
vided with oxygen,, and the engines
arranged to be kept warm at this
height, which it was then impossible
for air planes to reach Had chin
appeared over New York and torn-
uaruea mar city, there would have
neon absolutely no defense against j S
her whatever and this ship could have i 1
come down to any height, desired. The j
. ".mil uuw Have mis airsnip and are
allowing their engineers to obtain all
the technical data from it with a view
to building new ones.
The Geographic Magazine very
properly adds: "When a nation or or
ganization has developed airships of
this kind and work for year on them
t is a very difficult matter for any
other- organization to catch up with 1 1
them and be able to construct as good i
ortes for many years. ' -Had this air-j a
ship -reached New York and dronned 1 1
its bombs and Its deadly cases over
that city we should liaye had one of
l he most terrific tragedies ever known
so appalling that the mind is stag
gered in the contemplation thereof.
But it was this deadly scheme of at
tacking New York with its millions of
people, murdering women and child
ren fcy the htousands which Germany
was planning, when the war ended
We must face the reality that the na
tion which brought on the war. which
organized such hell bora schemes of
destruction, which could in cold blood
Modern v I
j Bungalows I
a 5 rooms each, furnished, each 0
1 "'th garages. $4500 In Day- 9
I tona; $5000 In Daytona Beach. 1
I Bingham & f
I Thompson I
I 174 So. Beach Phone 321 I
Leave your batteries
with us for summer care
PHONE 117 OR CALL AT
NEW BUICK GARAGE
13-19 Magnolia Ave.
istnk tie tUisitanla m$ sed baadreds
of innoetat women aad : children to
iwa iur .snares mmub uc can
5 fT?' r semtloii, ttf n
jb Btrscxlukg aad atritinc to regain
-itB !uiltrv tower in order oik more
i seek. it, the air aad on
t Via vBtu
and under the water and on the kat-
tleneld world supremacy. That la the
nntim-dsWls Sr.A astaawa. J. 41
among the nations of the world, anil
Its power to do thi8 work is intensi
fied because we failed to go "on to
Berlin," and in a visionary effort to
save Germany from adequate punish
ment and to create a League of Na
tions, regardless of the fact that this
was delaying the signing of a peace
treaty, we have enormously Increased
Germany's power in the years to come
to attack, all of Europe and America.
Moreover, there ar possibilities in
conceivably great ia alliances which
Germany may yet make, perhaps with
ftussia or with Japan, or perhaps
with both, in its effort to conquer the
world and revenge Itself for its tem
ST. PETE PLANNING BIG
PUBLICITY CAMPAIGN" SOON
Tha Associated Prcu.)
ST. PETERSBURG, March 24. SL
Petersburg boosters plan to expend
approximately $60,090 next year for
kilKl irti .. -1 . . ...
movement is nder way here to raise
""" u vmvnaisment and a
the fund by direct taxation instead of
me usual -drives.- which denenri nnnn
i the generosity of the cltisens of the
cuy. wan this end in view a joint
meeting of representatives of the
Chamber of Commerce, Rotary club
and city commission resulted in a de
cision to suggest a tax levy of three
mills and it Is proposed' to 'ask the
legislature to authorize a change iu
the city charter whereby the position
of director of publicity may be creat
ed, the officer to be a regular official
of the city government.
FALLS TEN STORIES
BUT ONLY BRUISED
CHICAGO. Mar. 25 Chris Ahem.
64 year-old watchmtn in the Merch
ants' Loan and Trist company build
ing, is back at work today after a
recent fall of tea mories in an eleva
tor. The accident iccwrred when part
of the elevator mpport collapsed
Aheru was taken to the Cook County
hospital Uttconaciots and supposedly
dying. Only slight hrolses were- found
"I have crossed the rublcnnd." mur
mured the woman Who had Just quar
reled with her red aced cook. Rrook
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For Next Winter
Ten New Bungalows and Cottages
Furnished With New Purniiure
for Sale or Rent ,at "Ortona"
Phone 5 10-J for Appointment, SIMPSON & POPE, Owners
nrj The Daytona Transfer Go. I
I Office 5 Magnolia Ave. Plume 11
1 Reliable Travel Information I
BIG AUCTION SALE I
USE D AU T O M O B I L E S
xne new nome or the Bu.ck, 13, 15,
uraav. March 26. kcunni.. i.on
----- , m i.gu
1 850 or J. J. OWEN, Auctioneer, N.
community sale and anyone having a car of any make or kind is e7 I
dially invited to list it with this Company ta ill ih. i . i
WE SELL THE EARTH
Upper and lower apartments of
five rooms and bath, handsomely
furnished, always rented, showing
a gross 15 investment.
Look this over.
20 SO. BEACH ST.
P.L.SMITH & CO.
0AYT0HA3 fOOCAOST REALTY FIRA
STATE C3.ir.fl rain
CEFCE ITSWATS YCJ"
- "Swat the Anopheles mosquito be
fore she swats you. is the timely
warning being spread broadcast over
Florida by the state board of health,
who. in a statement to the public gen
erally, earnestly advises them that
"the mildness of the past two winters
will show more malaria prevalent
than if the state had witnessed a cold
snap or two. and that the only way
to combat this evil is to hunt out
the malarial mosquito on or near your
private premises and put this wanton
vlestroyer of health hors de combat
by either spreading oil on the breed-,
ing place, draining off stagnant wa
ter that has accumulated, stocking
ponds with minnows, and last but not
least, flatten and bury all tin cans
or other recepticals that mav hold
"Of course the average citizen is
not expected io know the genus Ano
pheles of the mosquito breed from any
other of its kind, but once you have
calmly watched the marauder alight
and witness the acrobatic stunt of
standing on her head while filling youif
bli.ixl with malaria, you can never
mistake her, method of attack again,
but after viewing said stuut. :t is too
late to avoid contagion, so don't -wt.it
until chills and fever torce you to re
member the above warning."
"The common mosquito doe not
perform for the benefit of its victim.
hilt lta 111 I A (c nAt
though the after effects are not ser-itransplanted to . innocent people ir
Sous, so in order to be sure that th j1n,iy tan Prevent
visitor is not one of the Annnhwj -
breed, the suggestion of makinr it
Impossible for any kind of mosquito to.i
live in your neighborhood by follow-'
Ing the above rules Ss imperative."
The state lioird of health urges
every citizen to ?-e their family phy-i
sician and be examined for latent 4
malaria that might havs been t arried
over from last summer, as no one 1
knows they have th!s disease pntil it
makes itself known bv chills and fev
er and lh?t "lazy" feeling.
Quinine being the oulv cure for ma
laria. Dr. Ralph N. Green. state
-Health officer urges those who know!
they have been exposed to the malaria
"uirurl.tu POWER PLAM
CELLAR FLOORS i
iZnte'a Vafr-tioht or no pay. : !
GEO. A. MAIN, B. M. E. i"
e Baker Street. Davtona riarirfs
Sf,.1TG AND WATER SOPTnInO
BLUE PRINTING AND PURIFlCATtON
REGISTERED AND LICENSED
WATER TRIPS I
SIGHTSEEING TRIPS I
17 Maonolia Ave.. Da7tQna f c.
" .. .
fi. m. snarp
un can tne above Comcanw nhA..
Ridgewood Ave., Holly Hill.
I til A Will hav a I
CXE KCUL T2AKE j
EYES", CULPRIT SAYS
(IMorMtkMMt mi Sorvtesj
KANSAS CITY. Kan, Mar. 23
They shoot craps dowa' at pnhc
court nowadays for freedom.
CfeaHe. CanpbeH. forty-three. ar
rested in a raid on a crap garre,
won a small fine because the "gallop
ing dominoes" rolled "just right."
"You're a crap shooter, aren't you?"
asked Jadge Herrod. '
"Oh. I'm not e good," replied
-Well roll these bones for your
fine," the court d ecreed.
Cantpoell rolled. The dice showed
"snake eyes" An "ace" was face np
"Well. ta two you and one for
me." said the court. " onr fine is
ANNOUNCEMENT WEDDING IN
APRIL OF MISS GITTENS
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Gittens announce
the marriage of their daughter. Miss
Nellie Mae Gittens, to Claude Frank
Herring, of Williamsport, Pa., to take
place some time in April.
mosquito to immediately combat the
disease by taking quinine in the cap
All health officers and jhysicians
are requested to assist in the cam
paign to forestall any undue prevel
ence of malaria by advising their pa
tients of tli preventative, as the re-1
ports of laboratory tests show there'
are a great many persons harboring j
latent malaria in their blood but who j
I do not wish to furnish the malaria car- j
i rying mosquito with this poison to be i
Your Opportunity to Secure a
One brand new Bungalow just completed, containing 6 rooms and '
bath, unfurnished, with large lot and all improvements, near the Prin
cess lesena, for sale at $6,500.
Another brand new one, also unfurnished, adjoining above, of 7
rooms and bath, with all improvements. Immediate possession. At
Alsq a dozen or more lots in excellent location in Seabreeze, in sizes
ef 50 by 150, 70 by 150, and moje- at 9700 up.
' See V, ' ' ' " '
N. Y. BORIS Se CO.
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE
Phena 5 48 So. Btach 8L
Six miles south of Daytona on Ridgewood Avenue
in Allandale is a quaint old-fashioned ROADSIDE
INN of the sort that were common in Colonial Days
when hotel keeping was an art when Y Host was
a Good Samaritan, when neatness and cleanliness,
comfort, good cooking and service were the only
means of advertising an Inn, affd such an Inn is
V Allanwood Inn, ALLANDALE.
to find in
a new, completely equipped, "big city" drug store is here
awaiting your call.
First Quality Real Service Right Prices
AT YOUR SERVICE NIGHT AND DAY
Registered Pharmacist in charge
' Day and Night.
ROUGH AND DRESSED
PitlE AMD CYPRESS LUMBER
Lath, Shingles, Flooring, Ceiling,
and Cement in Stock
R. J. MALBY, F. N. CONRAD,
President and Treasurer Vice-President
Service for Women
Women are taking today a more active part
m business, industry and public affairs than
ever before. A greater need for banking facil
ity and accommodation for women is the
result. Whether you have a business account
or a household account, this bank is anxious to
have you take advantage of its exceptional
facilities for handling women's accounts and, as
a member of the Federal Reserve System itls
m a position to assure you of absolute safety.
First National Bank
L of Daytona
The Only National Bank in the Triple Cities.
I vnc:sp:i cjt
TOURISTS STREAM THROUGH
. ' - WHITE HOUSE
(Newspaper Enterprlee AssocjarloiU
WASHINGTON. Marcu . i "Open
House ia the new order of things at
the Whits House, :
"There's a change in the atmosphere,"-ia
the way one of the attaches
desribes the coming of the new mis
Steady streams of people pasa
through the erounds.
Two policemen stand guard beside)-;
the tall white columns of the porch, j
They stop you. of course. Bat if your
errand is legitimate, you may go in.
Sightseers have been ive aecess ;
. , . v . 1 1 . 1 nllnla I
to the ironi naus. biw
them about. ; ,
The White House, at Mts. Harding a
request is now a bower of flowers. - -
The four White House chefs are kept
busy. There ha been much informal
eitertaining since the Hardings ar
rived. Mrs. Harding divides her mornings
between her social secretary and the
Some Pointers. -T;-n
thousand gross of steel pens caa
te .naile- from we ton of iuetaL
A larger line than usual
Greeting Carda, Novelties,
Scarfs, Hats, Baga,ete. :.
THE BLUE SHOP
128 South Beach St. '
of our Prescription
i i r I '-
j - Ntn president of
attended no college; Tt
uated from Harvard. -
Wonderful II ?
- Tba finest drive in f ''
la available 8 boars tr
hours before and 4
low tide. On tba
Inlet and ratom by 1':
holds all Aatonc.
dr. e. j. jviEir;::
. Spinal, Nervous Chronic Die
. (Complete Electrical- Equlpaiei, ,
Conrad-Bultard Btco. .
Office Phone 81. Res. Phj f
DR. JOHN D. STEELV
SPECIAL TREATMENT FOR
i Hours 9-12; 1-4. ; T. i
1 Beach St., Corner Volutin
DR. A. O'NEILL
14th Yoar In Oaytona , ..
N. Beach St.r Phone, Kl-tt
Osteopathy adjusts, Nature cum
J. P. Esch, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
119 Peninsula Drive Ditona peseh
Office Hours 12 to 2 and to 7 P. H.
Roy Howe, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Have removed office from ever Waet.
worth Store, 98 S. Beach St., U rest.
oence, 126 Volutia Ave.
i Hours -fo a. m.; 2 4, and t-t P. M.
i , Phone 2U4., , , .
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STAPLES & CUTTEM
PLUMBING and HEATINCk .
Corner Masnoll and First St.
Phsnes ai5-W and 381-W. ?
John A. Rogers
Architect and Builder
Res. So. Ridgewood, opposite Golf Cluk
Telephone 848-W :
T. E. FITZGERALD
SlMvial Att.ntt.Hi to IvxitmlniBf sM
1'er'wtiiiK ljind 'i'ltttasv.
a. Beach St Daytona, As,
F. VV. POPE
South Beach St. Dayton, Fl
and BUILDER. v.
Office an Lion: Mignolia Aenus sis
lWet ht. I'hOfae aUl;
W. J. Gardiner B. F. Brail
Gardiner and Braw
Siti-cessors to i '
Hamlin, Hamlin and Gardiner
Attorneys and Counsellors at L
Offices, First National Bank Bldg.
and First St.
Furniture s ?
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