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THE DAVTOMA DAILY NEWS. MONDAY. JAN.
I 1' I. J 'ALL ay. - 5. nun i 1 1' ) V T At CTSCtM.' HOTICt ai nuu) wilt I . JkJ 4rarttetes rt e t I r v. ? AjoUk3itio3 eU on every rrcbant ad c&l2frf the Triple C&c who accSf t remm Daytona at least a ptton of next Mimmer to bujr one or more aea-i on tickets for admittance to the baseball games next season. With- out-: the sopport to be gamed; tartfvgh the aoVanco- sale of the j linos tickets, the Daytona dub; will be unable to meet its obh-j fatten, and will have to drop out ', of the Florida State League. A canvas for the sale of the tickets, admit , one to all the home games of the year at $33, is now ! on. It must not fail. CI mam Eightuccns May Attciid Mark's Wedding , mam Nearly Forty New Standards Ac- ( .. cepted by Official Body Dur-' ing the Year Many Records1 in Swimming Made During the ' Year Just Oosjg Soccer and i CoBege WatarPolo Made Big Progress, Says Resume of the Year's Sport. very rrnoav KM to Wtr-Os A t Jl swa ll.M Ml if atr U parts - kM-a Ismail Md M bw rats ( U sMOa i , PHONO . ,1 1 I - I 11 i vi i i I I I I1 'I 1 I MOTICX TO SUBSCRIBERS, V The Dally News office will r- JL IV Mala oprn until 7:30 ech fvs- J. 0 stac sad until 9 a. m. Suntay A r tiarshis for the purpose ot , wypiytac ny u Writer who ' Ci eat rweelva his or her paper m taa earrfnr. at once. ftioae IS It the buy mUses you JL sad another copy will be deliv- ! ' rt4 by speetaJ Hrsr. The uans News cirrulattoa msssaer ! ... . r Win oe pleastl to hear ot say . fcuitlaatloa oa the part o( the . . , W crrrtae boya . - 2::3"l"ti,J 'I "I "l"i"WJ" "W"- Daytona Islanders are conced- clto(lv'to the fastest and best! i it T .i ti ' j NKW YORK. -Ian. 2. From overy ball dub K the league. The sev- pojJt ,)f vj,w tJl, ,.ar j,, lani,H IU1, eral positions on the team which tA the urvatst m th.- liiMorv ,.f were vacated by players who went! American xwimirunit. Water riorts to a higher league have been filled j with men who are believed to be) just as good. Daytona has more ', of her last year s players than most of the other teams, and therefore is not planning for the 1922 sea-' son by guess-work. If the fans will give the club proper support through the pur chase ot tickets, the club in turn will be able to give the f ins a team of which they may be justly proud and one which will give the other teams a run for the pennant. Buy your ticket today. rvSYFCorr cczs a The world will be bone-dry in ma predicts "Ptttsyfoot" John son, of the Anti-Saloon League ft is m Jacksonville today, after nine-months tour of Europe and ' India. India, will be the next country to give up liquor, says Pussyfoot India has 350.000.000 people. Ail except 62.0CO.COO of these are forbidden to drink. fy their taicioaa. The' Hindu wets are bacon ting temperate. Pussyfoot found. More important, they are running out of rum. Denmark, which prefers whisky to beer, is climbing on the wagon 233 ei its parishes have voted dry. "Pussyfoot" Johnson may be guessing wrong on the absolute data at which the world will be bans dry. But it's coming. The pre4ihition movement, which got its real start in America, is sweep ing the world. Man is freeing himself from the slavery of drugs and John Barley corn, as he freed himself from hu man slavery. Farmers in the depths of gloom should take cheer at this: For the hrst eleven v months "of the year, wheat exports from our country were 269.497,218 bushels in 1921. against 192.383,961 bush c'a in 1920 and I38.S66.764 in ,1919. And. for eleven months, corn exports were 118.81 1.27 1 bushels in 1921. against 14.720. 333 bushels in 1920 and 9.666, 544 bushels in 1919. This again proves that falling-off in foreign tteia is largely a price, hoax. The consolation is that these bis zrain FRANCE'S FOLLY CT ARMAMENT. Peace is costing France half as much ss being at war. France's total national debt now is 328.000,000,000 francs, an increase of nearly a half since the war ended. Her entire national wealth ii estimated at 400.000.000.000 -' francs. She is mortgaged 82 per cent of her face value. Cheron warns the French Sen ate that by 1 9 30 France's debt will be 425,000,000,000 francs. -Debt then will exceed her national wealth. France insisting on arming to' the teeth, especially with subma rines is grasping a cast-iron life preserver. o Russian art continues to be the rage o.mong many American intel lectuals. Hypnotized by Russian novels, plays .dancing and gro tesque paintings, they see in these He sunrise of a coming civiliza tion. More probably, it is the sunset. Art is the blossom that : i comes when civilization is about to go tojeed. But the agonies through which Russia has been going may give her a rebirth of strength. That would mean less art. more of the concrete things of lifo. Thus her future is hope ful. if you look at it through nor mal ryes. O Children, tinkering with wire less telephony and toy moving picture outfits, make us grown-ups realize that we'll have to double our step to keep pace with tl s world. Some nursery movie films : are sold as low as a cent a foot. The price ranges up to 10 cents a foot for fiJrns that can't catch tire or explode. Do you remember the first movie you saw how it thrilled you The scientific mar vel of yesterday is the toy of to day. If it keeps on, we'll be get ting old fashioned every 24 hours. eniiyel unprw nto'l popularity' with conifsiunia and tiuWic; nuw iitnl lii'tu-r romptitors wm- in th ti?ll than cwr livfurf. ami xwimi,:M of lxHh si'Xfs tiroke wortil. national, rollegiatf aut! scholastic r'conis. Nearly forty nw stari'lanls v,r1 uc'ttil otticiitlly by the A. A. V , ;ni this fails to take count of per forma nee.-. ,y tuallv ratins as re.ni;j. hut ut .Hstalues not lisimi. ami ,.f nu ID Iter of feat accomplished alroal tiy Miss Ktli.-Ma Hleilitrey. then of ' the New York Women's Swu'iiiiik ! Association ; Norman Itoss of the i! i linois .V. . ami S.iMv I ansfer of lion ulula. v i Croat progress was w ittiesseil :tt isiKV.T ailil lollefco Hater polo. T!'o leaitis of the Illinois A. ('. atl'i I'riii'-e ton u iii vtc pennant inner ! tile strongest proilu (l here. In ailarounil A. A. I', aipiain -s trie men's, team cilaili piollsh t p -was i;,p . tireii the Illinois A, '. atp! !.- women s li th" New oi k W r- A. Kach ran i:p the highest ore. itOtil tile !!l'!oor allll out'lo..) n.iire tides e.,r. The follow ins are the ont-t nel swimming recorls jnaiie in J:t . Men. Free Style i 1 ; yni'Js, 7a foot pool. i! ";; ! . 'John Weismtiller. al HriKhton Ilea, i Maths. l'M yarls. ii fiol pool, h ".' , John Weismuller. at Illinois A '. 120 vards. T ." fool pool, l .'is 2 :,, .John Weismuller. at Hi iKhten Jtea n r Ha ths. J6't yanls, foot pool. 127 2 .". ' .lohn Weismuller. at ItriKhton Ilea, h lUHlis. 1"H 'littles. 7." foot pool. 1 oc "J ',, .loiin Weismuller. at I'.ritiiToii Ilea' li lint lis. pi yards, tin foot poo!. 1 i. Nori'ian Itoss, ,n Canada. inn metres. 7" foot pool. 1 t ".. It tit it;htoli Itea- !i U 1 r" ; . -' - N Ws. "W oiulit Knrot'a:i unpens may ! V f f ' : ..!,! the .sir.ii.0iui wcidin- of Prill- .f j- ,"" """ l . O..S M..vv Croat Hrit.iin and Vis- YV J I I , ' -' , (.Mi! i( i-!i. I !io ;,;.. loft to 1 V I S Vc.' l) t ihl ooe. IM-me of Maly. Mario i il f H ite.itna, V u toria ot Sweih-n uid V . c SCT K.i! eth Oi l:.-t!!l!.l. !,el.eV. !e.,ll- .11,: ot M'P,!.,ril, VI. -ill. -i.IIOi.-l o! t;;i ft V sJv I I a (opp.cc: MO X DAI UighCtaaX and liat i ' i I Ladies c: i ' HtitnawmiMiKKiitii pnoFEs: b"t. e. j. Spiaal. NervaaaaafC con r ad-bull; Office Phone ti. DR. J. IC London Has Forgotten How to be Gay as the Result of War Habits .oiidoii's heart. Whatever the cause. I noon is now a sadder place than : :.ui 's Mini rate provincial city. j I.IIMhI v. J.ti Th. I I'Oli. for . K. ait' me t line a - !et us oa,.M it i-m-.tht relets ami 1 i :iii - of the past . : mill Ian -.1 ha ii.t Mr '1 ! Koss. Norman Haths. aiHi nielre.. : foot. pool. r I. tidy l.atifier. in San Kran i- metres. 7" f'tot poo!. :! Norman Wos.. at. I'.niiliioii I tat lis, l Ml-- nole, (,M foot po.i', T2 Norman Koss. at Illinois i" Men, Back Strode Ian yards. iin foot pool. 1 I'ua Keaioh.t. in Honolulu yards, opt-n water. 1 K -aroha. in Hohi!j. Women. Free Style l'lii yards, open water. ! Kthel-ia I'.l'-iitre . ):r tlitoii II. uhs. I'hi yar-N. T.'i Plot i-o'i t Kih. .;, i i . i, H;iii,..1 Mat h - i-v ,h-.:- :: u-t ! ' I'irai Clune. Ilru-'-! : iiri. i 'tit--! I.i I- ds re-ion an ti-onate an-l i'!lolnli.eil. p-lited h he - ;ly now o io bed at Pfe of l.on -nnients and -! .in lpal fea k tat to four ,;iusl period V'.'-n .tfar A llil,,:!. Ml 11 .1 I i ! 5 1 1 ; i ' i nrii' were (H letal t. lilt In siroim. K'etietf'i!!;. the tr; adm-'t the fa t I'll.--, oii t no j.a .M lisi': ! 'il l 11 s - 1 he !o;. ! I of ! ra Ml i-.ii iiit ill .i at 1 J ."" .'(. ill. ' Ml t n --lit l t i i-opli-. .. I.d was i ol-ilt . U'-ow 11 .il-V T'l. to B. V. Markham Daytona Electric Co. ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES ANO FIXTURES Phone 230 142 So. Beach, W. M.( Hours 9 to 12, 1:JJlc Residence 40 Cypa DR. R. OrL Chiropm offic fa RexallBrT "si; Jan. 1 1. s-H III ! olit ell last! alil 1 ... MMI - tour. tn fourth. trains is s pie. No lillli.'lM les tratti. is lo'-ill tlie Sa-"iipfer.- Nl'W t'le same . other !;, l aiil 1 .on. ion. It Ui.o a'a.a. e -v.-.i h,-: t :ie it.il' even olill I a i 'lit I 'i. ' a'.lili I .oin'.on on four -111 . I . oli -.Ml-' tiler.' were on another thn i - HI!'.!. 1 ilrri. . II. and the Alld I'll' ll of these luleii t-i i arrv vim poo ler th.ii trail -poj'iaiion ilel'at tiir n m i nor late NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. 1 lie town council. 'Ill uhrl-t- t-'il a of the town of Seabreeze. Fla., will receive bids for approximately 2,000 uoic y.ucis of River shell or trs.irl. more or less, to be delivered on Gr.mdview avenue between llps boulevard and University boulevard, and on Jessamine boul e i.d Krtwecn Atlantic avenue riTiit 1 !..lilaK avenue. Bids to oieid up to lanuary 3rd 7: Ml P. M. i "he Council reserves the right to i iect any and all bids. V. 1 . COURTNEY". lo-v.i vlo;k ot Seabreeze, F!. T. E. FITZtr ATTORNEY-AT. Specl&l HM Atter.'lwa to V i I erfctlne UalL. " Bch at. . . . . tj . F. W. POPE I T s waits ; be at bcuth PejcM St, la. JACOB ESTZJ ArcL and BUILODL UrTloe anJ tht-j,: MsgBSfel) ' ' -t m ra M v.-Mat! .r.!s. Mr: Me., it- h 1 da Ml. 4.111 ll'is- IVils. , Itl'el . I V Ktii ithr. t. . foot p.io ("lime, , "' f :0 (IM. !. m Austral a eiay , 7" fool 'i'ia !;!."l.f :ort: ;,'i- l I- : tt" I'iillle Women, vnrds. r.a at !: Back St. foot WHEAT CROP IS SOLD OlMCKLV That tremendous collection of bricks, known as New York City has 175.000 trees. Th ese are dy ing rapidly and tree experts pr- . -ii i J:. .. . iu wui cut aown ine carry-'"'-1 L,wl iweniy years even tne ovef. That favors higher prices Pars of New York will be tree- lor farmers in 1922. tless. A system of finely wooded O j parks ..... . ! trees I tie Bell telephone system uses worth .up 500.000 cedar telephone poles' 10 000 m wir.. fin nnr i .....i. ,r ' ' " - uv,vuif incsinui has nc rr tl . " creo,sote Pme householder who plants and '""- " an acnievement, i for trees measured in usual business terms. j - n But it means 785,000 trees chop-; ped down yearly. Why not use' new Japanese yearly concrete or steel poles and con "a'set appropriates the eouiva serve the timber? Forests are!lent of $323,000,000 for army vanishing like snow on a hot stov.,'nd navv- Schools get $28,500. TO. -r pe lv.!"l I..! II I:-. ti l'i" !'' iK . Kan 11! C A onrsc Di TTANEO MAIN DINING ROOM ; i -M) to nner servoci clail 1 nnulav Chicken or Loh-er Di inner 75c SI. 00 CHINESE RESTAURANT Afternoon 1 ea-l)ansant. from 3:00 to 6:00 Dancim:. Mveninus. 8: 30 to 1 :00 A. M. Luncheon, Dinner and Supper Parties Our . Specialty. W. J. Gardiner , ft Gardiner csd D Successors t Hnniim, Hamlra tni fll Attorneys and CeunssUM . Offices First National ti Florida East Cd F',iqir Syttea - CONDENSED SCHEWi Kor f '.r:-.,.r ;:.. riEB0B SH If.-:'. c FPOM 0t Jioi-ary I --: i t. and a profusion of shade in residence districts are more to any citv than skyscrapers. Davtona 1 . . . no better citizen th.in thr- tarts i lu ;; , 7 v nl lojrd lid. The timber wolf is howling!000- t!even wa s- VJVUI , Nunnally's Candid Fresh Shipments ; Weekly I times as much for war preparations as for rHm-;i- tionl Ihe person who does not see the fallacy of that is a 14 : karat idiot. . And people are be I ginning to see! People, of all na itions, of all races, are coming out of their trance. The super ; hypnotist. War, is far from dead. iBut his ultimate extinction is in evitable. Handwriting is on the jwall. i - --0-- V ' "TANK S" TO TRANSPORT ! Xl.. NEW YORK SECURITIES j M.W YORK. Jan. - Ai :ri- '"rs' ariirj KUiir'ls in-:;,- ;mi j out. currying millions nf .Iwiij-v - worth- of securities, wjJ, KOl)I1 hv . on the downtown financial ef-u t , npre ac ording to plans just :aLle pub ic. The tirst car planned m 1 l nnHleled afti-r thu v,.,-,i... ... . j xhes will tPula.-o h ,.,... . 7 fl-Lli I iire fxptf-d V, en.I the annual l.w:,.. , which reach into the millionH ! Threefold Safety Fit coiiipoiin-sur.-.i u'i ( M, yo'ir -Ml by i;s throei'o'.d yo'i pre car- a'j.-olu! iy -.-t ;i()ii! prescript TIMKS hy i'!irirni;iisr mi iiiecitiug eliminates the ility cf error i is i-heciicd can-fu!, exji If -Tl IV ire av ii.-a. sy.fe;;j s! i;hT - The TMKKI-: rri'-tii e.l 'ii g'.'t exactly ur.i-red. what th. illK Wi i.'i ; 'r itio!'.' r n Tnnr Bailey's Drug Store Prescription Specia'isti "Safe as a Back'' At Beach and Magnolia, Dayton See Our Nurses' Register Merchants Bank Pas Your Bijis Promptly by Check "Courtesy Doine h" Gruber-Morril Hardware BINGHAM & MALEYC Furniture House FurnishinSI and Undertake U y ( Ph