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   New Smyrna Daily News (Newspaper) - December 19, 1925, New Smyrna Beach, Florida                               MYRNA DAILY NEWS 40 NEW SMYRNA, VOLUSIA COUNTY, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1925 Per ON MOONSHINE PENSACOLA 1 ID DEAD IN ROOM IN DEATH OF MAN IN Whip on Her STEVEDORE RETURNS FROM ALASKA LOADED WITH GOLD Jr 1 1 1 'NV i i 1 to Landis Fish Hull and White hair according to announcement in cards out Thuisday Additions Ito the firm will peimit the rctnt ment of Gary D Landis and Ber I- ish on January 1 1927 it was stated The card announced thit I C Crofton Todd Smith Piul Enuner Phil A Itoll Hulen C Callaway El mer E Meta and Edward H Eakow would tontuuie as associates in the practice of law USESNOVETWAY TO COLLECT to make a trip to police head quarters to claim the cushion from his automobile and incidentally he may get to dispense with a few dunes at police headquarters before he will be allowed to take the cushion This method which is said to have proved so successful in West Palm Beach was adopted here when it was founu that automobile owners dis regarded the little pink "lip thev found hanging on their cars wher tl ey parked over the time limit Student Leader Gelt Scholar GAINESVILLE Fla Dec (By A Jerry McGill president of the Umveisity of 1 lorida student body who was reported in press dis patches to have been awarded a Rhodes scholarship has one of the best records ever made by a Florida man In addition to heading the stu dent bodv MeGill has been captain of the track team captain m R 0 T C seeretaiv of the athletic asso elation and varsity debater with a record of having never lost a debate His grades are among the best in class He is a member of Delta Tau Delta fratermti here WOMENARENOW LEADING THE BACK TO HOME IN IRELAND ER MAN IS ALSO IN CR1T CONDITION FOLLOWING KING OF MOONSHINE NUGGETS AS ORNA HENTS AND HAS PLENTY OF GOLD IN POCKETS AS HE AR RIVES IN BOSTON BOSTOK Dec (Bj AP) Patrick Quirk a fanner stevedore employed about the docks in this city has returned from Alaska weiring a Uiam of gold nuggets worth 000 across his wide vest Many more nug gets he wears as sets for rings cuff links and stick pins and he also has plenty of gold in his pockets besides what he is wearing as ornaments Quirk gave up his job as a sieve dore here 17 years ago and went to the north country to hunt for gold After struggling many years three years ago he struck it rich and now he is going back to Ireland from where he came to this country 25 years ago to visit his aged mother and other relatives TENIOTEDIN RAILROAD WRECK SONMLLE Fla Dec R Gibson aged 31 a ola a real estate sa esman jo be a former United Stat-balloon pilot during the late ar is dead of what the an believe to be poison moon i hotel early today Dabney is in a critical con Iso due to the drinking oJ iquor according to a state ued by the local authorities COLlifiON SETS NEW Miss Dec (By A P A thief who works a novel emotional appeal has collect ed a rare assortment of fire arms from the residents In the northeastern part of this county Dashing up to a farm house in an automobile the newcomei calls for a gun 'Ho shoot a mad dog A weap oh is promptly furnished to the ex cited stianger who speeds away to execute sentence upon the fancied canine menace The lender a little latei hears the discharge of a gun in the distance a parting salute of courtesy and his ast message fiom the agitated visi ;or SEGULMBAl CONCERT IND Dec Volusia coun ei 1925 bioke all records it novmced by Collector D P The figure for the month ?628 948 13 while n Novem 24 collections amounted to 23 316 52 (i increase at the end of the x year of 420 over ast was stated to increased pioprety va UK nough the county and apQ Hage levies in for nd road purposes payments will decode dthn ftei April 1 itvvaastaced and s will begin June 7 Be he dates April 1 and June 7 penalty will be attached to ts it was Nettie laylor 28 of Indianapolis Ind heard that her hus band had been in company with another woman she took this black snake hip and flogged him through a downtown street She hasn t seen him since and now she wants him FRANCISCO Dec not only holding their own but aie forcing men to lose their identity was shown on the register of a San Francisco hotel todav Mrs George A Baitlett and hus ing that Mrs Battle tt was a visitor in the citv accompanied by her hus band District Judge George A Bart lett of Reno Nevada All questions regarding the usual registiation were referred to Mri Bartlett who said its merely one of the wifely pmileges of fifty PJ Dec (By A TO WORLDCOURTARE OFFERED BY USED TO CRUSH UNION SAYS them in the derailment of a Pennsjlvania train running from Pittsburgh to Fhila delphia near Benmngton ten west of heie early today The injured are being brought to T hospital here Passengeis said the entire tram left the track and the rolled down the embankment BIG ESTATETEFT BYJAS.DEERING MIAMI Dec (By AP The estate of James Dtertng one of the pioneer Florida developers who died recently is woith at 878 according to the report of ap praisers filed heie today WILL EE SENT BACKTO FRANCE regulai Sunday afteinoon con qert by the new municipal band will he given Sunday at 3 o clock and a cordial invitation re extended to all persons to enjoy this concert The following program has been piepaied bylhe, director Beit Proctor March Washington Post Selection Songs From the Old" Folks Lake Fox Trot No Wonder Burke ttaltz Dream Girl' Flftnto Step Dusty Trombone Fill more Fox Trot Lingei A While Rose Match Fiontiei Echoes Dance Cgvt eene Sheets of Cairo Hulten Waltz Beauhfui Rose Hearst Overtme Dalbey Fox Ttot Brown Eves fchj Aie You Blue Mejer S ai Spangled Bannei The next conceit bv the band will be given in connection with the com munity tree m City Hal paik Christinas night COOLERWEATHER FIRST OF Dec (By A-P The v orld court drew both of fensive and defensive fire in the sen ate Taking up the c i- c of battle thrown down liy Senatoia b vanson cfemociat and Lemoot re publican Wisconsin Chairman Bor ah of the foreign relations commit -ec vigorously disputed their con tentwns that the court was indepen dent of the League of Nations and offered leservstions which he held to be necessary to safeguard Amen c-tn interests These reservation would piovide Proposed Reservatons Ihat the court could peiform no 'uncfion except those foi n the statute ci eating it unless the statute is imendcd by un immouh consent of the signature nations Tlut 10 loice or economic sane tion could at anv time be employed to enforce the decrees of the court That nothing in the statute could be construed as icquiimg the United States to depart from its traditiona policy of no entangling alliances with juropean states or to relinquish its traditional attitude toward purely American que Dec A P The United Mine Workers are preparing for a finish fight with the anthracite operator in the words of John L lewis president of the union The operators in his view are pieparin0 o id i billion dollars to crush the union He mfoimed the Philadelphia real pstate boaid that the union is or ganizing its defense in the expectation that the struggle would conti me un til the fall of 1926 01 the spring of 1927 Should the stuke be pro onged be said funds would be provided so that the bungij would be fed and the naked clothed Anthracite mmeis have been idle since then (.ontract cxpued last Aag ust Negotiations for a new contract f-jiled the m ners seeking higher wiges and the check USE BOOZE IN TON BURNS UP IT NEW D c Dec (By A P The use of whisky bran dy lum or rfter next Febiuaiy I m the manuficture of medicinal pre paiations 01 flavoring extiacts and yiups is foibidden today an 01 del from tht. tioasuiy depaitnent A cohol and unes can be used in d foi the mmed Is Placed In Reform Dec (By A otton valued at between 1 000 was destroyed m a oday at the public cotton ware e of tl e largest and best ed strociuies foi handling the in the vvoild About 200 bales tlmosk tlcstnved and anothei bales were damaged Aiound bales of contract cotton were rage in the warehouse t Fish And Gary Landis To Retii e In KNOWN MAN IN ATLANTA Dec (Bj AP) body of Battling Siki the noted pme fighter who was found murdered in this city a few nights ago lies m a vault m a Christian cemetery borne there by Mohamme dan pall bearers awaiting shipment to Frani-e Many of the public school teacheis Dec Sheriff Ed Stone has returned fiom Mananna where he went to take Cbailey Good rich Oak Hill boy to the re foini school The boy s mothers asked the snenff to take the lad to the state institution stating that he D C Dec (By A P The weather outlook for the week beginning Monday in the south Atlantic and east Gulf states is for lams at the beginning of the week and- again during the latter part Cooler Monday and Tuesday with temperatures normal or below for two or three days thereafter Prisoners Can't Leave To Spend Chi Jstmas Ga Dec (By A P Benjamme T Watkms presi dent of a local real estate LAND Dec Effective Jan 1 Erskme W Landis and Fran Whitehair will become mem of the law firm of Landis Fish lull and the name wil he issue was opened by Senator jenroot who de dared that instead of being n creature of the League and owned hy it as opponents have asseited the rtibunsl was wholly in dependent acting under the statute creating it and not under the cove nant of the league Senator Borah said in replj that those who organized the court had sought to ueatc: an organ a kgal part of the lague and if the court is not a part of the league t I failed m then men here was found dead in his office Here today with a bul let wound in his temple A pistol was found beside the place him under the schools eon trol to correct his Naval Reserve Officers Will Hold Christmas holidays with relatives and friends in their home towns There will be an mitiition in the M M degiee at the legular meeting of the New Smyrna lodge of "Vtasons next Monday night 700 Autos i STATIONS IN MISSISSIPPI Happiness Ffa Dec (By A P Naval reserve offims fioin lallahassee north to Charle ton S P will meet in Oilando Jan uary b and C to attend the annui coinention of the United States Nava Reseive Officers association for the Seventh Naval distiict called hy Cap tain T R Hodges president Captain Hodgea who is, also state shell fish commissioner has A Officials of the state pnson bureau are firmly Convinced that the ties that bind become taut around the Yuletidu season The bureau again this year is be ing swamped with letters from rela tive asking that their loved ones be permitted to leave the prison and enjoy the waimth of the Old Nest just for Christmas day 11 letters have been answered Miss Dec By A P Filling blatiMW of the Stand ard Oil comi anv of Kentucky and the Texas company were closed today in Mississippi pending a hearing on an injunction obtained by Attorney General Knox yesterday to require them to sell gasoline at 1G cents AND FALL MUST STAND D C Dec (By A P The court of appeals the convention as he stated issues of national importance will the regrets of the bureau are conveyed that the prisoners cannot leave their confinement even for one day Everybody knows Judge District of Columbia today re 'used to reconsider its decision hold ng valid the bribery indictments against F L Dolieny jr and Albert B Fall former secretary of the Of Parking Law To Lose delegation from the seventh d s trlet will be selected to go to the an nutil convention of the national as ociation to be held at Washington January 25 Captain Hodges is ,3 tthirt.il Wl fi J witn bung ihr o' a ihn iiol( i than u lilew n iwily t-prds in Oklahoma and t olor ido exm-et to Jrr HI "i said that we cannot release the prisoners even for a single day The love held by relatives for those behind the bars however js too strong They are willing to take a chance, and they ell write the bu reau I expect its harder for me to turn them down fian it Is for them to get my Dec Foi lowing in the footsteps of Miami and West Palm Beach police here have decided upon the confiscation of ou tomobile cushions as a penalty for overpaying As a consequence when the motor ist parks his machine over the regu lar time limit he will find it receipt of a telegram from Lieu tenant Commander George B Gra ham of Key West notifying him of the date for the national conven One delegate for each 25 member ship will be eligible to attend the na tioiifl] gathering and will be elected at the Orlando rcte slogan Jewtlled hatier s plush, bring you JW th l V" up to UP Oat Luck ifae ti the gUl In Whit s mil-Mr wii Jnit attrat mnrr trtftHm man he wU to tht firm and now he will at home nil the How" New Tort   

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