The Key West citizen
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Title: The Key West citizen
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: May 4, 1935
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
daily[ former <1908-1909>]
daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358017
oclc - 02701762
notis - ABZ6317
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System ID: UF00048666:00006
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Associated Service.Press Day Wirer I7 :: -, tic lttp Wtzt ({ Jlt' .- Key" West:, Florida, has the

.Best 65 Interests Years Devoted of Key West to the t tcn most country equable; with weather an average In the

range of only 14' Fahrenheit

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Treasury Policy On Silver OUTLINES RESEARCH PROGRAM COUNCIL,f:I Proposed. Bill In, ,Legislaturei [Harry Hopkins, Mixture Of Realism And

Price Is Found Confusing CITING DISCUSSIONS]i i L:,. To Permit Sponge Diving In :' High Idealism, Does Things In Hurry;

f Monroe Killed

Claimed Even-Those Who-ANNUAL SCHOOL I OCEANOGRAPHIC TION TO OPERATE ORGANIZA-][i County.. : Today I To Help Direct Spending Of Billions

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Are Assigned To DutyOf MAY DAY EVENT SUMMER MONTHS IN NATURE .! TALLAHASSEE, May 4.fThe ." sponges in the coastal watersof --- -

I 'f Senate Fish and Game Florida.
INPARKMONDAY i Committee has made its Tarpon Spring spongerscan Social Worker Will Play

Become PuzzledBy I' The Oceanographic- Research I; final report killing a bill operate with diving SERVICE TO BE I WILL WORK OUT Important Part, In Ex-

equipment only off the shoreof 1
EXCELLENT PROGRAM ARRANGED Council has decided to have the:j which would have opened, I penditures Of"Relief
Pinellas RELIEF
HERBERT PLUMMER TO BE CARRIEDOUT I council operate during the summer J county, by a local GIVEN
tOT Ar.ela/ed Pr *a> months in the nature of an Open j: up the sponge beds:: of Monroe \ law. i i Program
Forum under the auspices of the| county, "the last fron-'I
recent move of the "new deal" ORGANIZATIONSThe Director of Social, Educational Representative Papy told PROGRAM WILL BE CARRIED I LIST OF THOSE RENDERED -
and Cultural Activities of the tier of the commercial : the committee
.ha. .. completely mystified the Council. I' the de- OUT UNDER AUSPICES OF AID BY KEY WEST ADMIN. By WILLIAM S. WHITE
I ," to destruction by struction tOT A..elated Prt
rank and fit. of political. ob..rverr Two speakers will be presented i! I sponge beds by P. O. OF A. AND P. O. S. OF ISTRATION NOW BEING WASHINGTON. May 4. Lea .
annual May Day Festival' -
in each session. Each will speak i divers. I It divers walking around I.
here as .has the trea.ary'spolicy by the school: units of Key West authoritatively on his subject for* A. UNITS DRAWN UP .brisk Harry L. Hopkin. who will
the 'of will be held at Bayvjew Park on ten minute!, after which both I!| Senator Arthur Gomez' the ocean floor, and in a help
regarding price 'I I I direct the 5OOO,000,0
Monday,beginning at 4 p-: m. subjects will be open for discus-!;;, and Representative Bernie ,lengthy talk showed how the I .
silver. sion. i' I I A joint memorial service will be, A list of all persons receiving work-relief program, can take hi.
The high school orchestra will Papy 'conducted the attack) sponge beds and the
There even have been lagess.lions' .' furnish: Any other topic may be broughtup : ; young!I conducted: tomorrow afternoon,relief i from April l5thrmsgh 'the|' official eonveatroat or-I leave themalone.
the music for the
in which resulted "the
the general discussion. The unfavorable -'I
that' probably Secretary tfort of Mi,-$'Leodawn orona.1 lectures will not only cover a wide,I; sponges are by the beginning at 3:30 o'clock, at the. end af latt month is being prepsrfed ''I .

ffieen and"'''Chester report.' type1 of equipment that the t Golden Eagle Hall, under the auspices now by the social service' ?: department -.
Morgenthau and t......"' charged field of naval and related sciences:\ I I Thh> 44->:year>okl social. worker
king of the festival. I I I but will also deal with any topic;i .The bill, by Sikes of St. j I Sikes: bill would have I of the P. O. of A. and the ':| of the Key West Admin-'

with the duly of determining follows The program ,to be presented I I of interest to those attending the! Petersburgould have repealed -'', mitted. per-j,: Key P. O.West.The S. .'of A. organizations of!I l; istration. in order that calls canI I'!-who i pet,:4,000,000 aM to work

policy as regards the white metalare : Forum sessions. i I' !I I be made on the relief clients to] ia the-civil work program, prooI .
Harris School I I A course in oceanography will :' a law which now He termed Monroe program follows: I I I
.not entirely clear in their Sunbeam Drill-Billy June:: be given. The course is of academic -'I count-I America-Audience. I 1| work out the full value of the,I I ably has paid less attention tI
\ Nell Rose [ prevents the use of diving the last frontier of Invocation-Rev. Shuler Peele.'relief!! received.
minds a. to what it !i. all about. Brown pledge Mallory ]i! standing and will deal with'' I I precedent than any other man iaW
Archer, Gloria Young. Rose Mary certain: phases of oceanographicwork. helmets and other diving tural coastal resources and I Vocal Duet-Misses A. Curry! There u no increase in the
Certainly l the veteran news reporter Rob- M.\ Whitmarsh. .thiato.-aed official
Carrier Madge Key. Shirley dignify
I: amount of funds available for
j I equipment ill the taking of its I relief
I Doris Lowe June Roberts urged preservation. Ritual-P. O. S. of A.
erb. I
admission Forum
of to the till
assigned to "cover" the : Mrs. Nina Ryder Johnson, rest lightly apoei Kia*.
Phyllis Saunders. Alice Ramirez. I ---- I I.cti01J-Jlisses A. Curry, N.
'[I sessions may be had upon aplies>> -! --
trea.aryad they know their Tales.' social service directors, pointed!, Probably
Erundina Fernandez. Hilda Guito j terming himself a
tion to the of the ;
I president !
way around at well a* any one-I. Josephine Perez Helen Jones,!(j I Oceanographic Research Council, I'GEORGE WHITE i THIRTY-SIX CARSPINEAPPLES I Vocal Solo-Mrs. Florrie Mic lout I thug mornaig: and eligibility! II[I r fnon-compromi.it has given
Alba Lopez. i at 708 Eaton street, or through )I i for relief remains the same. The democratic party regulars a few
are at sea. i Division Street School Memorial EXCl'cise-P. O. of A.', new policy adopted May I, does:!'
some of the acting offi- WILL\ ORGANIZE headaches
'I I ; by his
I SENT I Vocal Solo Miss\ outspoken comments
The thing that makes for Virginia Reel-Lydia Avael curs. i Susan LaKin. nothing other than nuke it pose I'I .
[ Gloria Garcia Carmen Reyes.: I Tuesday, at 8:00: m.. Commodore }1 Prayer-Mrs. Tho:?. Whitmarsh.i .i sible for relief clients to work out' -for instance, the time he
fusion and is the p. '
uncertainty Da-I| Ruth Beccaise Claudina Garcia.:I von Mietk-Liuba.!: II. D. W.., MUSICAL GROUP : OUT THBMORNING I Vocal Duet-Mrs. Grace Archer the full value of the relief they j: described: Upton Sinclair's nomination -
tional silver purchase act
Nelo Gonzalez Roberts Guer-t will present "An, Introduction toj I( ,i and Mrs. VernalHs!! DiNcgro. < are receiving. I j I I in California .* "great
Under the terms of this act thel I[rido. Armando Sosa ,Matthew,,, the Sciences of Oceanography," Reading-Annie Richards. Sqe!I After the list has been t'ompil-I!i|I business"

President may either arbitrarily, Palenzuela Mike Knowles. !|, first of the series of lectures on i 1i RETURNS TO KEY WEST FROM | Elwood. Eleanor Bervaldi. lien.j ed. total relief granted the indiII 1 I Gets TkiB Dome
: Neal jj I I SHIPMENT MADE UP OF 22 j rietta Tedder. \idual clients will be i! (
raise the price of silver or., buy! Waltz Dance-Emma this subject. Those who are interested |I computed
domestic silver at the world market Ayala and Gloria! Riggs,' Persia!'j in taking: advantage: of thej J I I BOSTON" WHRRE HE PARTICIPATED -i CARS WHICH CAME IN ON Vocal Solo-Mrs. Ethel A.von.! ;I and then the: value of the time!|l'He brings to his new job this
I Floral Tribute-Mrs. B. Iligga.i:: they worked name outspokenness that two
Larsen and Loraine Goethe, Jennie ; full course in oceanography, during; period'i j
1'1:101'uricc. I I Johnson and Ruth Lazo, EdnaPhelin should not miss this first introduc.tory' -I j j IN MANY MUSICAL FERRY LAST NIGHT FROM MM-: V. Watkins. (I wlil be eubstracted from the total J 1 1i ;1 ears of handling relief and spend-
to'the President's proclamation and Alice Salgado. Memorial Address-Rev. Shuler i i relief granted. Clients will be!}
lecture. PROGRAMS ing around $2.000.000,000 ha--.
well-informed circles: were 1 HAVANA Peele. ,j called 1 1f :
iJnnior-Senior High School I I I upon to work out the difference '
The second will be
speaker Captain
had decided not stilled a Puckish mixture of i iu..Jisaa
the i
confident government Selection:) -Misses Beulah and !
This. school }touthas.. charge of Chester, Thompscm..JIis topic !I ---i r. the two figures
-w..Purt'Ue'"theottt.er': course- the' coronationwhlch'vrill be Ui-f 1t wi1be" "Spon: _From Ocean t 1I 1- --- -- ..'- .' -- .. r I Mary Brantleyj-- ( in"those cases-where more-TeHef; *. and3wlgtr-flbWd.r.aJian! '

for a while, thus slowing up the t I reeled by Miss Mary Trevor. Bed to Consumer." Mr. Thompsonis I|I George Mills White, who sang;j Another shipment of 22 cars of, Reading Miss Mary Whit-' has been received than time work-!'1 and a reputation for getting

rise and limiting the realizationsof King-Chester Knowles. 'I an authority on sponges. Both i f' the leading role in the "Piratesof pineapples was received on the:'I marsh. : ell. I .l-Wl> i!I things done in a hurry
silver speculators.Two Leodawn Jerguson. Penza nee" staged here in Vocal Duet Mesdames\ C.J I! The same policy which has been Tall, young-looking, hu
I King- lectures will be supplemented: by i i Ferry Pa'ma! last night from Cuba,i iI :; perhaps
Reason AdvancedBut. Attendants-Curtis Stanton and; illustrative material February during "La Ser.iana< I I Gray C. Robinson. i iI I in effect in the past will continue ;| more nearly. speaks the average
the slow treasury buying i transferred for shipment and most;j: SeeetioMillSI.! Kno"les. G. relative
to unemployable relief,
Hilda Demeritt. Jesus Carmona 1!! > man's vernacular than any other
i I'. Alegre, has returned to
,I markets few weeks of the fruit in !I aunders.I I
in world ago sent out 36 .
a and Celia Martinez Charles> : cars i client Relief will be granted ;; "new dealut" Many times he p-jb.
seemed to have sopped up available MRS. M. CAREYDIES West to head uo the music sec- this Reading-Mrs. Katie Eldridge.I It them but far
Smith and Alberta Elwood. Ger- \I' i morning to points in the ;j I as as possible other t!I tidy has abhorred "politics" of
supplies, and speculators in' > tion of the Key West Administration. -' | Vocal D'JfOt-Mra. Ella and members of their families will be.!
aid Pinder and Mary Boyd Bob north. Two cars of 600 crates I II !t i the patronage sort, and despite a
London and elsewhere suddenly";! Saunders and Faye Adams Henry)1 IN MIAMI I''were held at this end awaiting instructions -i i i Kathryn Williams. asked to work out the value of !' number of collisions with nr-ui!
found they had things their own) Higgs and Justine Arlt. 1|| Plans are being laid for the or- ,j i! Benediction-Rev. S. Feela. the relief received by the bers of congress he has retain .I I Ian
I ployable client. unem.J
unusual popularity with them
ganixation of
way.The treasury obviously has a sociity There was alo another ship The firrt list is being ..
I It number MANY CASES TO j, He never has hesitated to "dr o:
wished:: to keep it price to domestic LEGION OFFICERS FUNERAL SERVICES TO BEt i I, and a of other activities ment of fruit in bulk consistingof of perhont receiving relief only)i down" officials with whom he

I mines ahead of the world TOMOR- i in line with the development of five can, which were sent out from April 15, since the Volun-i i came to blows in print. One ex

price or it would have to permitthe I t \\VILL VISIT HERE CONDUCTED HERE I musically gifted persons in Key in bond. The destination of theseis BE HEARD WHEN teer Work Corps ws operating! ample was his blast at Governor
domestic production to be ex; ROW AFTERNOON West, although these have not before that time and in that way Talmadge of Georgia:
ported. But once the world price;! been worked out the same as those on the day : clients were contributing a great "All that guy is after is head.
crossed the 64.61-cent treasury definitely yet. previous-St. Catherine's, Ontario j I i COURT CONVENES deal toward the cost of their bene lines."

price established in December,: DEPARTMENT HEAD'AND Mrs Hilary ;:;Carey. 82 years West liV.directly White came from back Boston: to where Key Canada. They will be used by a-; fits.! Subordinate Like Him

1933, there seemed no keeping up,I RETARY TO COME SEC.I old. died yesterday afternoon at'!'slate' last month he appeared in a Canadian firm which does an extensive j I In all his stay here Hopkins !has

with it. In two weeks the price, 3:30 o'clock in Miami.! Funeral !t i recital sponsored by the Boston fruit acking bll:: nes3. I(! TWELVE OR MORE RESIDENTS WATSON VIEWS\ worked in a bare-almost s1ta b'' ..
was jacked to 77-57: cents and, WEST MAY ;' office without the fr
up KEY ,8 services will be held here tomorrow|'Musical Guild. Critics in Boston Another I gilded tp.
the world jumped: i large shipment of the J WHO REFUSED TO ALLOW .
price even i
afternoon 5 o'clock at Ley Memorial received him cordially. lie also pings usually found in the hc-: '
ahead of that.Whether I Church. had several engagements while in fruit is expected to arrive thin!;1 TREES TO BE SPRAYED TO. ARMYPAR'ADESIN 'quarters of men of such position.
Mr. Roosevelt<< wanted I Plans Ar 'now being made for Survivors are three grandchildren. Boston. as :! ,[ soreeUn: j
l I j I
to seethe price ran'r way' '1i'kl,t tl n rercptyyi *yi id entertainment Norman W. Carey. Mrs. 'After-leaving here In' MarchMr. the Palma and Parrott, sailed last f BE ARRAIGNED HONOLULU until midnight, planning, arguing,

that"is'fc" moot' questiVrt'"' At any I 4jl''irtl\'' j%7'8' ,to; 's. **cPalll Del Curtis Starling Miami; Miriam\ E. \ White went to St. Petersburg night ';II ;iJ t sometimes issuing ultiroatinvii,

rate; It provoked ah unexpected." 'f partment reSident of American Carey, Key Wert. where he sang several times, [ Subordinates think the world o;
monetary Crisis: in'.l' xjrcijJ' : l Legion Auxiliaries and Miss Violet Two great-grandchilden. Sylvia before jftostABT Before the May session of criminal f f him. partly because' be never heal

Two reasons are advaiUW\ > ,D r\e.c.t Secretaryand.; : Treas-- 'Marie: and Curtia Floyd Sterling. the continumgita past t!nttfh) i 'a j k lctting !i -f 1FERRY] BRINGS t i l court convenes May IS, the LEFT KEY' WEST ON APRIL I3|J I tales to "go to bat" for them.
to why the price rise rllay"haiibeen 'i I I Ii He insisted
The deceased was a native of several times Miami. [ docket, as it now is, will be conijdfrably on running the r--
made 1 '"t"'"' 1. j I j,urer.Advance inffrrntation received I, the Bahamas, and for many year )fi> iMte\ *,in'tenor, Us had l IN 1 augmented by adihuon-1 I!i AFTER SPENDING VACATION -*'lief administration as he aw *>I'
First twme observers 'cM)> "nJt.I. at I local headquarters. i is to the cf- lived in Key West, having moved radio, stagehand concert' PINEAPPLES; al cases wherein citizens who have I I I' WITH RELATIVES ANDt and declined the opportunity to
think the President rubsri-tbos l to'feet that the officials will be in to Miami about 25 years ago. ience. lie has won several exper- I if refused to permit plant board representatives -' have a special legal departm.,,'
the belief that rapid increases in;; Key West on May 8 and pay their : Florida Temple Ladies of the I in Boston conducted by contests the,:,I '--- i!: to pray their l"ee31! FRIENDS I Ii j figurine the regular' justice it

price-two, were made within;I official "visit to Arthur Sawyer Golden Eagle and Red Men\ will Boston Musical Guild and by Fa-. OTHER FREIGHT ALSO AR. will be brought to trial j i __ I partment attorneys were good
two weeks-will cause a collapse, Post 28 auxiliary.To i attend the funeral. bian Sevitzky. He [ While the names vf those to b"|} enough for him.
of the silver market. '1' perfect plans for a rece i Funeral arrangements are in Carl Lamson in Boston.ws a pupil of I RIVES YESTERDAY ON j served with summons have Dot: Sprrlel .. The CI tcM) j[ Hopkins has a lot of fan at'i_>

Second there's shrewd politicsin lion to be given the visitors and charge of Lopez Funeral Home. "There is a great deal that !! PALMA FROM CUBA been made public as yet, and will i i HONOLULU. Hawaii May 4.- with all the work. He likes rarplays I.
keeping the members of congress -! make arrangements for their en-I i can do here," Mr. White said this we', not be divulged until Connty Solicitor -.,,I Reger L. Watson, 1407 Newton'' a fair game: of golf gee t >

-particularly senators from' tertainment during their stay. Mrs.t PUBLIC HEALTH morning "I think the nr.isicali: I Aquilino Lopez, Jr., files the! street, Key West, Fla.. arrived on i( horse races and prize fight the ir
the silver stales-in a good humor -I' J. G. "Piodela, president of the I I program can be !: names with Clerk C. Sam B. rar-1: I'|.! the S. S, Lorline 'in time to -wit-j can spare the time-and wads
very arrived
Ferry Paluia from Cuba'
at this! time. local unit requests that all members but we can say more of intereltinl,1]: ry. of criminal court, it ik. known ness one of the largest reviews of I j poetry.
May Help Program be at her residence on Fleming NURSEARRIVES our plans i j I! yesterday with one car of tile, two that about 12 or more citizens will,, United States coast defense forces [
The latter reason i il of real im-I street 4 o'clock Monday afternoon are more definite.. of machinery, 17 cars of pineap- be haled before that tribunal. ever held in America. 1 1I MERCEDES CALERO

portance I t i'I pies' with 10,030 crates, five cars:; The names would have been 1]I I The review held at Ft. De Russy j
The administration;; legislative I MRS. HELEN RAMSEY BE. COUNCIL HOLDS ; filed and summons issued ere :,|'bordering the Waikiki district oft i
of the fruit in bulk 111 tacks of
machinery has been thrown into this had not the death of lib ,: the city was participated in by j| DIES LAST NIGHT
high gear for the purpose of fretting BROADCAST FOR I COMES AFFILIATED WITH BRIEF mall 1 l. baggage and two passengers.The !! daughter prevented thj clerk from officers and men of all coast de-1

through the present sessionof FERA, ORGANIZATION SESSION passengers were Guard being in his'office for the paHj!! j,' fens! units in Hawaii. Army officials -,
congress the President's legislative DEMOLAY ORDER, Smith l and Johnson of the Railway few days.EGYPT. I j(I estimated that 25 percent)' FUNERAL SERVICES ARE BE-
program. There's a tremendous i I Express company, who accom-' lof America's coast defense force'
amount of work !still to !f Mrs Helen Ramsey has arrived There was a brief session' of J panied two cars of specie which'' WIPES OUT I I I I paned before the reviewing eland j| INC CONDUCTED THIS

be done and l the WJilte house has There will! ;;DeMolay; ,c ast. I in Key West to become a 'p*A>he the City Council held! last!! night. left the previous night on the: I Mr. Watson will be identified !
shown no indication of being willing to-coart broadcast, Sunday night health. nurse in the local ..district which was Vetpilar meeting:, with I I Ferry Palma for the,Cuban,treas-I! : AUTO TAX BURDEN I j I with the District Public Works department -j i I AFTERNOON

to sidetrack any cf its legis 'at 10:30 o'clock, Eastern,Standard, |I I office of the Florida Emergency but little business coming up for I ury. : { at Pearl Harbor U. S.
I r I
lation. Time over the Columbia Broad j I{I Relief Administration. Mrs..Nim transaction. Steamship Ozark of the Clyde-'' C a'A'' *rlet.. PrvMl ;;: Navy yard and expect to remain

Senators from the silver-pro I casting System from New York. I{'I Ryder Johnson, director of social Aside from hearing reports of I\ Mallory Lins. ,{aflrired last eve- j ALEXANDRIA Egypt. May 4.,i here permanently.Mr. Mercedes Calero. stx month
during state' and others of the I This broadcast is being sponsored ; ,', service here,announced today. officers, and a few other routine I|ninp from New Orleans with Because it has discovered it : c,Id, died last night at 11 :'o
congressional: inflationary bloc! in honor of the Order of De-i Mrs Ramsey has had considerable matters there was nothing farther'freight for local merchant and ; was losing money on the .proposition !I Watson' and bis family came i i o'clock at the home. 1012 Simon-
very easily could throw a monkey* Molay and should be of interest I j II public health service experience taken up, after which an adjourn- sailed later for Miami and Jack- the Egyptian government has I: to his home in Key West several)j ton street. Funeral services are

wrench into the legislative machinery [ not only to those who are connect,I and for several years ment was ordered.HUCKLEBERRY. i sonville. decided to abolish iU automobile i months ago to spend his vacation being held this afternoon. at tV
if they cared to. ;ed with DeMolay work but to the [[ was active in that kind of work i tax. I I with relatives. He left April 13,1 I j i home with the funeral from the
1'general public as it is intended!Jin: Virginia. She will start her BMaVMaVBaVMBMBMBK, Six thousand motorist had'after I recuperating from an illness,'J residence.
to bring before the country ax! a I'I, work here dealing with expectant FINN withdrawn their cars from eir-I,i, for Los Angeles, Calif., where. Ire i Survivors are the parents, Mr
BRAKESRelinedRepaired whole the DeMolay teachings, it is mothers, Mrs Johnson said. I SENIOR CLASS PLAYTo Habana-Madrid Club ;Ii IiI (I culation because they could not embarked for Honolulu. &. and Mrs. Serafino Calero. threrBrothers.

!!hown.i I Ever since Mrs Mary Judge Be Repeated In 1 I TONIGHT I[ afford to pay the tax of half a It' Mrs. Watson before ii Onelio. Alberto and
I ReadjustedLou ] I i Information concerning thebroadcast I' left Key West several months_ago I l.HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM 1 cant a pound on each vehicle. The I i I Miss Maude Park, and h* ,children .1 Scrafino, Jr.. and also a grandfather -

Smith Service; Station was received by Scribe there has been a need for a public Monday Afternoon 2 O'clock Big Dance and Floor Show!I government, as a result was losing -:.' are at the heme;' of- and other relatives.

White at Catherine Phone 522 !I Joseph Richardson: of Robert J.,, health nurse in Key West, and Children, lOc; !A| 'Perry Chapter of this city. J I I Mrs. Ramsey will Till that need. I, 'parts and tires. I leave shortly to Joi ia'JI1.Waiao" charge of arrangements.
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MATERIAL ELEMENTS EVERLASTINGThe ........................I r ............ .. .....t
Q(&IJ l\t 'Rlrst tWt :
. ( KEY WEST Today's Horoscope TOO A Y S WEATHER It TodaysV I

PGbl"be4 Daily Eteept Sunday By problem of life sooner or later in- IN-I........................ r
4 'ra. clru s rrrBia.Hi a co.. inc.L DAYS GONE __ .. Anniversaries
P.AIITMA14A' rreeMeat -f- terests us all. For ages men and ,,'omenhave i You should ue a capable business !
From:The Clttzenr building considered the purpose of existence, f! Happening Her Jatt nan cr woman who will be Temperature* WEATHER CONDITIONS j I ........................
Corner Greene and:Aaa Street I Ago Today A. Taken well pelTed by your subordinates.It Highest ....... 86 1799-Horace Mann Mas'aekuoetts ( .
have believed in and doubted immortality The northern disturbance moved -
,, The File Of The Citizen will be necessary: to' keep out a Lowest .......... ............_.........-_.78 reformer of the school
.al Dally Newspaper In Key West and Vonroe and alike have joined the host watchful yourself rapidly eastward being central
County. myriad that t eye perhaps on Mean .._......... _........._.._.._.82 this morning off the middle Atlantic system in America, born at Franklin .
I Watered at Say We.t. Florida. ma second ctaae atter sleep beneath the soil. Today, with most,. When June rolls around Key as pure welt that! as nothing ytfur associates underhanded. to be is Normal Mean _. 78 coast, Hatteras X. c... Man. Died at Yellow Springv

no answer has come from the broad fieldsof I West will be honored by having ever done that may stir up strifeor Rainfall 30.04 'inches, and pressure con Ohio Aug. 2, 1859.
FIFTY-SIXTH' TEA1taerber four of boys graduate from the tinues low over southern Texas,
eternity and faith alone beckons a soul |its envy.GIA.SSIF41&D. Yesterday's Precipitation .0 Ins.
*f tAr elated m- University of Florida. Those receiving Brownsville,. 29.80 inches; whilea 1799-Amata Walker noted
.L.a A..oeated, Press I* exclusively entitled to HMi to. believe. I college de ees a1tiv: "FltrodJohnron .... .! .,. ..11.... Normal. Precipitation ,... .05 Ins. strong high pressure area of political economist of his day.,

,r or rcpabUcatlou not otherwise of credited alt new In dUpatchea this paper credited and al_te'It Science, denounced by religion, bringsus ) 1';,bachelor of Science, in rml1 Tan>ic,: at revved(f .>rTri'- >thi 24ark mxmrmlmr..rl.d great extent: : overspreads alt northern born at Woodstock Conn. Diedat

the local newa published here.'NATIONAL the great truth that physical matter;dpea- i\'ll l 'tIh (.f,r. liegfoe: j'Jtaytion ; : ; f .'\ 'Tomorrow's AlmaoacSfan districts and as far south as: Brookfield Mass! Oct. 29,
LLrd..t 1fJ10IiOf IstttDciec'rfCarey .. northern Texas. Arkansas. and
EDITORIAL) not die that throu'ghout'endless-: eons it will ot Law : ) ij ; rises :......4......_. 5:48: a. m. Tennessee Duluth Minn. Sault 1875.
B$ i .N"l ,
I::: ASSOCIATION live in.many various fonrtf.' That'which, !1rtrln: (Jo Pl'u&te !hrf Ir.tt11I> tgrad-1 t : I ; :Stir Sets _. ....... ........ 6:59g.. m.Mcio Ste. Marie Mich., and Chicago.!
A.d s.r .LL.i 'irises! ___...__ 7:45 a. m. 1821-Gordon McKay. New
Lj.tAe.t 1935 today is solid and. substantial may, totiior- in pnarmacy ........................ Moon sets ..._....____'...10:06 p. nuTomorrow's .,I1L derstormshave, 30.48.inches.occurred Rains and thun England shoe machinery inventor
!LBSCIUPTION: KATKS: 'rdw be invisible, intangible, but .alive.l FOR RENT duringthe and manufacturer born at Pitts-
.. TidesA.M. last 24 hours from the southern
\lne Tear ---us." Genera} Gerardp Machado, ,'
< j ; field Mass. Died Oct. 19. 1903-
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5. This in itself is truth. 1lan< r
Fix Month a great P.M. Plateau region' eastward over
president-elect of Cuba who arrived ,
l:Three>ne Month Months 1.51.si do his utmost but he cannot annihilate yesterday from New York : Hour Day-* Week. by Repair High .............?..10:53 ,northern Texas and Arkansas; end

Weekly, .Jt delivered a stirring :address at the f all makes and or paint thej' wit.hNuEnameL ,Low '..'....' ".. 4:08 5:54 i it was snowing this morning in 1825--Thomas H. Huxley famed
t"8 Colorado. Rain has also occurred English biologist, born. Died
ADVERTISING RATES railroad station before boardingthe Barometer a. nu today! I i ,
Made fci>oir. en appllcatio.ar ... ice that wraps the northern steamship for IIavana. The We carry a full Sea level, 30.07.WEATHER from the southern Lake region 'June 29 1895.
supply of parts. Agent for the
All reading notices.,;(;cards IAL NOTIGH of thanks, resolutions .ffflttxt climes may melt in the warm spring, but rpeaker spoke in highest terms of I Rollfast and Dayton Bicycles.I : eastward over the north and middle -I

,; rbttuary nollcea etC ulll be charged for at it is water; it may evaporate under heat, the officials he had met in Washington And sell them as low as $5.00 .F FORECASTTill I Atlantic States!, and there 1831-Menites Cohen noted
U.e of :. cents Una. Or i'have been light local showers in I
rate a and other cities and assured down and week. We civil cngnieer, born in Baltimore.
Nut IP'S for entertainments by churches from which: but it is vapor. The cool breath of the $1.00 per ''
I r...rnoe la to be derived are S cents a line his hearers he was satisfied Buy and Sell all makes of used I ( 8 p. m., Sunday) 1 southeastern Florida. Tempera- Diet there Aug. 13, 1915.
The CltUea Is an open forum and invitee discos: sky may breathe upon the vapor con- that the feeling of friendship in Bicycles. Phone 276. J. R. Key West! and Vicinity: Partly: s i.I tares are above normal this morning ,

:Nun xittreat of pcbllc but It issues will not and publish subjects:wionymona of local or communlUttona. genera- dense it into rain, and it is water again the United States for his country Stowers company 515' Duval, ,I in Gulf coast districts and the I: 1853-Sir Arthur Pinero, English

the blizzard may burst upon the water was of the \vrmest:! and his people I I street apr9-tf { youth Atlantic cold weather States; while abnormally J r dramatist; born. Died Nov.

. could always! depend on the peopleof prevails 1 23, 1934 ..
and turn it into ice. Throughout the this country for justice and FURNISHED BUNGALOW modem I r throughout most other sections! of I

SIDELIGHTS changes nothing has been lost, no particleof fair treatment.Lighthouse j, conveniences. 634 William a the country, except on the Pacific Star Hight will be analyzed in
coast, with readings below 40 degrees
has been The street. Apply Valdes Bakery. i in which the
matter destroyed. same I in northernlocalities.. a room temperaturenever
quantity of ice remains. Tender Ivy left.yesterday __ apr27 I 1 1fP many G S. KENNEDY varies at McDonald observatory
for' the Northwest JJarlto! : in Texas
By MARCY.,B.'DARNALL.Farmer :. .. The melting ice exacts from the for eg eondructoitwo iron structnrea.forI i FOR ,RENT:Furnished Apartment ; Official in Charge
Editor of"Th; .KeyiWwt\. .,. '.'CilUea.. .. .of nature the same heat energy that the. to sets:lit"ranre'hfrhU.: ,,Henry< s(' ., <>28.*White, all modern.street bt convenience3.:' inquire at i'I......................... Nearly 6,000,000. hunter were

freezing water returns. The"evaporation'' &L. Hz kips; 1d'itth.ikm' eigineer' 14 Gal! i.si'Bltrb'hhtp'' .. 'may 4-11 g Today In History licensed by the various states xiurt
Of all i is j in charge ot the UI. .P'jC'ljq ;, Partly Cloudy !i I ins 1933 the last year for which
the New'Doa'lexpedients'the[ } ; of wat'er requires no more heat than tfife; !..' S.: to *r.i ..............'.._...r... figure! 'are available. "
| I r;...,' ni PIANO TUNING 1, cloudy tonight and Sunday I .
Civilian.. Conservation. Corjis J h'1SethaiSs Condensation of the vapor releases. No >. That Key 'Wedt'k'chfi'a4'tiusfdAsskteps ; gentle .' 1493 Historic Bun.of. Pope.
to moderate easterly winds. ,
only is matter indestructible but energ 'ory'despite'the'fact that the,!! PIANO' ''TUNER, LStireano; Mo New esfro-anarehy in a terrillebloddy
been I less subject \to- 'triticlsliI,; t tyaji l I 'any, Florida: Generally fair tonight Alexander VI, dividing the i not. Bomb hurled into rmfd!'t' of
holiday seaSon is over is reno. Excellent piano for sale World between and Por-
and heat Life
dissent can never disappear. then :and Sunday. 180 police assembled! t6 keep
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other, but now & tote against conclusively by the report of the I cheap. 1018 Division street. tugual.
today is as it has been the constant use of deputy collector of internal revenue apr22-lmo I Jacksonville: to Florida Straits: der. by anarchists who took advantage
that organization has been sounded. The i;Gentle to moderate east or southeast of labor troubles.!
the same matter, appearing as one thing for the month of April. During I I 1798-Commencement of the
Izaak Walton League of America at its recent the month 5113.914 cigars J.I AGENTS WANTED i iI ;:; winds and partly overcast ..Irish Rebellion costing 150.000
and reappearing as another. The change weather tonight and Sunday. r 190*-U. S. formally took pos
I I lives.
annual meeting fn Chicago declared from one form to another is today the same amount were made of revenue in Key collected West. The for! STOPAGEmS.SiL!! SiI ,1 East" Gulf: Foderate east or [ f session of Canal Zone and started

the CCC been of the ROUTEMEN. Order from Tam I southeast winds. f[ 1886--Haymarket Riot in Chi-i building CanaL
that the activities of had use and release same heat energy the sale of stamps during the period -
i pa at factory prices quick service -
existed was 3722901. With the approach -- -- --- -- --- -- -- ---
that has for
destructive to wild game in the nation'sforests. ages. Express 50c per 100 Cosmetics r
of summer the industry
Flavors Medicines I'
always shows a slowing and
WHAT IS GOING ON I the record for April is considered up guaranteed quality. J. B.
remarkable. KNIGHT Mgr., Tampa. Fla., Uo dwinlled
3113 14th Ave. may4ltxPERSONALS 'tbe
It i is sometimes possible to give logical
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Many people in Key West have been by

answers to silly .questions. An exchange somewhat worried by what is going on in unanimously Key West's in Rotary favor of Club a juvenile -is-I 'DOn:: ACCEPTING IMITATIONS

cites there in proof: To the question "How the country and have wondered what it is court for Monroe county and "OUTDOOR PLAY is good for i .
has taken the matter with t'hiJdren--so is the fun of chewing To get the origin Dew 100% Pert Flint
long is a piece of rope?" we are given this about. They realize that we are living ina I i fenator Wm. II. Malone up and Representatives !., WRIGLEY'S SPEARMINT ,, --_- BCSU1'"+Q to MADE IN BALTIMORE. rwrs"AIIf

period of change that innovations I for De" JOOC%; Pun Paint baa oCCCD ken riot
answer: "Twice as long as the distance are i J. F. Busto and C. F.!: GUM. may24-ltxl I 1ook. aMY a.
crowding upon accepted theories and that Kemp., In the opinion of Senator: t .uaaw? this Label '-iuce".C never.uplilalecl. .::..
from the center to either end." If asked be! WEARING APPAREL 1 Davie 100% Pure Paint conform with "E:::':::
:Malone a satisfactory plan ean
I new conditions have upset the older or- t all paint Lawi and if the only G::.--
' rare pmt
"How far can a dog run into the woods? worked out whereby the county\ -'
that carnea of ==
der. such established! HOSIERY SOLD ON APPROVAL. IJ'='PUf9 i a aannua parity.
will have a court __
we may confidently reply: "A dog can The idea is excellently stated by : and has referred the question to i 1. ladies' fine silk hose! ..,almost; PAINT look for this Guarantee the Label- I i i i n. K
5 $1.00. Men'srayon _*-*
run only halfway into the"'woods, because I James Rowland Angell. president of Yale the board of county commissioners perfect fancies pairs good imperfects **......_, MM fta wi k...y e.l>.r f.m*Mm./ ctej *of_.-a r_ car ..
for their approval. \ ... .... .......... ... .
out'of University who the nation has "been b m i. .H thsm b o..a.wly.
after that he would be running the says .1 16 pairs $1.00 postpaid; satisfaction !- TBEaBDAYlSar"

woods." passing from a nominally individualisticand Editorial Comment Many guaranteed. ECONOMY I inti BALTIMWlEMn
competitive economic system, in- .are crying for hootch and after,, HOSIERY CO., Asheboro may4ltxTREVOR N. C. G. C. ROBERTS Comer Caroline and William Streets J

creasingly in fact controlled by great aggregations they get. it the wives do the cry-
Mrs. Christine Jeager of Columbus, ing. |I .
of capital to a system of con -
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0., after much research claims to have trolled finance, commerce and industry Mrs. W. H Huston left Saturday i r4TIII.I.A7.1'.I.1I.1'> i 7 -

,traced her ancestry back through 159 with governmental agencies furnishing the for Tampa where she: will join j ......................................................... ..............
her sister Mrs. E. R. Kirkland;' .
generations to Adam and Eve. But whatof framework for such controL"Read and proceed to Leesburg! where'f ALL MAKES .,

it? According to the Good Book all of it over again, if you didn't getit they will represent Stephn R. Maij j t !
all. The question whether "a nominally I lory Chapter Daughters of the. Keep Flies and Mosquitoes Out j
us could do the same if we could find the Jeffersonian .Confederacy, at the convention to
democracy" can "accomplish
records. And perhaps find a good many this miracle" remains to be seen but, says be held there this week. i

pretty sorry ancestors along the route. the educator, "if it fails something far II Miss Nathalie Roberts was op-t! i of Your Home With j j

crated on recently at the Maloney .
more drastic may well succeed it. And .
Ho'pitaL The patient is reportedto
Sticking around home Is a rather dangerous the reason is because "men will not indefinitely I, be getting along nicely. :

l practice, according to life insurance tolerate the continuation much I :

statisticians, who declare that about 30- Ices the repetition of the hopeless mess Friends of Mr.\ and Mrs. William
W. Watkins will regret to Continental
000 persons die from injuries received in our earlier!: economic and political system learn of the death of their infant, Adjustable |

and about their residences 0ach'year"frfthe: have landed us in." daughter. Carolyn Ella Watkins,r

United States: ""Fklls'burns' and gas are The encouraging factor, to our m>nd.4,. ahietiT'o'c urred' "ofr Fti&f j. I 1L

the chief causes of home fatalities. is that many men of both political partiej*. ''Mr.\ andeeived 1\Ir\ ef'A'IVI :ria-1 :'
--_ "'(".1" '1', ". while ,-
have sensed the issue and differipg7 a telegram-anndhtjeitig t d l
U',ll 'wedding.:at West Palm- Ba tMr" SC'REENS'II
considerably in the methods to be adopted,
Pathfinder' tells1 of !Texas sandwichman i r ,.
:lvenln, f James A. Weatrierf 6ttf'fild ;
who advertise that t he obit uses hams' have proclaimed the common ideal to. a bit !Miss Edith Hill. The"yoxftij! tr .
:* jr r
from the left std ''of* tne''i1 og, 'these being: 'attained. people have numerous friends'itlio! .
wish them a happy married lifel 1 t : -
more tender. This he explains is be- :

cause hogs do most of their scratching ith READ ADVERTISING; IT PAYS BENJAMIN LOPEZ &. MORRIS, i5 .

the right foot consequently righ leg mus- FUNERAL HOME -IN .---

cles become hard and tough.A The Citizen will appreciate it very E>t t>n>heJ 49 Year. "Oldt Continuous Ford 24" Adjustable Screen 80c {j
much if its subscribers will look over the Key: w...'. Oldest Dealer ia the World"

advertisements of local merchants i in every 24-HMV A.Io.1aae. Servte ,
of Wisconsin student Embalmer j!
University Licensed 28" 90c
based his senior thesis on a study of what issue. By doing so they will see what a ..... 135 Night 85UI-W I.I.P. : : s

varied line of goods can be purchased here .
kind of jokes were liked best by the facultyand 4O. .- : : .' '"- II.:
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30" 1 00
and the prices will convince them that -- : :
mem.bers of the student body. It is .
local merchants are doing their part in I' .
doubtful if his findings: added much to the I .
making Key West a live, up-to-date mer- .
store of human knowledge. He discoveredthat *

brief and obscene jokes were the most!'= I chandising center. Important i See our full line of Galvanized and Bronze Jj
popular When you go into a store! to buy, an .

advertised article this newspaper will.appreciate -> .l Announcements._ '"
: Screen Wire before buy J
it if will kindly tell the you
I more you 'f
One of those wonderful' government .t .' _. ,, .
: .
merchant that you saw advertisement: i
bulletins says "a trapped skunk can be concerning the _redemption of Fir.t;: and ?
This will encourage him to advert lwith. .A' '., r': '
killed without disagreeable odorous con- us, help us to present advertising'eath! Fourth Liberty Loan Bondi have been I Window Screen Frames (Kwcked Down) 40c S

sequences if approached slowly and quietly wee.k.,that will keep jr'ou informed t"' 'as to ,__.lIIa'de by the Treasury Department ,this. : :

amL given a sharp blow across the back merchandising' ev nU-{ and else ge:;far towards 'M 11 .P10): :

with a stick." We merely pass the information enabling us to improve our news- : Door Screen Frames (KntckedDGwu) 5 C .:

along, admitting we have not tested .
We would be pleased to have you .

its accuracy. paper.Any community is judged by the out- consult us ..
I Ii
side\world, to a large extent from the I "Your home b worthy of the best"e:

Among the many anecdotes being told newspaper: it permits to go abroad. We are >

concerning the late Adolph O. Oct pub- without apology for The Citizen knowing i THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK !I e South Florida Engineering Co. \

lisher of the New York Times,' mho died full well that it as good as the patronage Contracting
last month is this: Asked, what great .warrants. The average newspaper man i I I'I .

'ambition possessed him when}!.he enteredthe takes much pride in his journal and is con- i % Phone 598 Wtee and Eliza Street f
Member of the Federal
newspaper business he replied "To' be stantly expanding it faster than: circum- 'I Reserve. j [.......................................................................

able. to pay: my boardt": .:. stances permit." .. : 'w_. v rl11.lI.III1:

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OP. .THR_ :_!s'ravg.. or FtnRina. ,
MfMuraiin If w _. t. cB tile SPORTS I .
.f Xr Concord Hat Judge perhaps er. let us / I I' A5IJ FOil MO>HOR fOI >'Tl.
r1a.. *f Jamf* and Jan* ;= say. has outlived his usefulness \ rntST METHODIST' CHURCH CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH lv r""rF.R'fF.RrprH' .
.. ead.cI.trcri .Ac tor(*.rock*.and ;yes. somewhat outlived his useful- !''I A. T A TW1t Joined
w ---'-.. ". l ion,b.On*. II... Corner' SiirfonToff and Eaton Sts. by her hn-han<1 and next
JiJia and otkev. wan r**po rit>/. ness. 627 Wmiam1 Street* ft't.nd' H. 1(. TAYLOR.
'tW..dl....., Jamir or 4* CU grit .lac*. Jan* u. mad my 07. Church Sunday school E. Richard Evans. Pastor VS. Fareelo..rv .f UrmOf '
Jan** fe I Hfe a faflar; **. and for the old maa's own best Interest opens at Sunday school .
*... attacked aist tttleriv __... for you to I 10:00 L m, under leadership of 9:45 ., m. CUARLP.a K Ta Certificate
*. ha* per,... ann v. -
stay more at borne .. BAXTER his wit.. if
coa wMeJk miaht kava mod aim and enjoy the ------ ------- ------- -- -
/a. _...... .,. a The Sacrament of the Lord's Supper married and If dead their
/ a e* dona It to front rest he has Each department meet an
.r A" ""IIOU father. wo agrttt richly earned.while ;RECREATION I J f will be administered. known heirs devisees, grantees
icLt. .vcrir lewd *?.. .allL ;you quietly assert yourself and take WINS EVERYTHING: IN NEW YORKGLANTS "m its own assembly room. I Christian or other claimants et aDefendants.
the reinS In your own hands! I may i Morning worship eervice at. p. m. .

Chapter 58 even say It appears to me your clear I FROM I' PARK BOYS I READINFSS FOR DOWN 10:45 o'clock. Evening worship Evening worship 8:00 o'clock. complaint It appearhip filed by I In- the the sworn above bill stated of.

and unquestioned duty to do what,, REDS WITH! [at 8 o'clock. The Sacrament of,[Sermon'' subject,: "Following the cans! that the defendant.. Charles
Christ. S. fcaxfer and Mr .
F"AMI1.YQUARREL ever Is best for firm! : { flatter his
your regardless the Lord's Supper will be administered wife H married if aHve
<|ANB turned to Ilrw"Northnrp. of the Judge's 'opposltlon.Thar. t IN DIAMONDBALL I' FMTTONIGHTDOUBLE HUBBELL HURLING at the morning service. At: Wednesday evening at 8:00 of the State of FI.rida nonresidents -
I IF o'clock and that
the'enUre matter tn i service. place of residence' aa
."That. James OWB particular! a nutshelL I .. 1t night the pastor will bring a message Is particularly known to affiant la
must do whatever Is best the rio| Stanley-_ Miller
f On subject: "Forgetting; and Fr."k1.e..1.
method of setting the world oa fire" for the firm. t WI'NO.UP" To Go." MIXED BIBLE CLASS *. 31 :Milk Street Boston.

aae went on bitterly."Or perhaps he "The Judge. still pretty keen If SERVICE AGGREGATION DEFEATS FEATURES HEAVY HrrriNC ALL ALONG Massachusetts. That. complainant
Is informed
Epworth League and
meeting at verily believes that
did It Just to. iplte me because I he Is elghtyrsaldjasies) asgrtly.TouTh I LIGHTHOUSE CREW I CARD NEBO-BROWN FIGHT : LINE FEATURED WORK OF' 7:00 p. m. Miss Vanessa Collins Sam B'. Pinder and W. P. Monti- said Charles S. Baxter Is dead and
wanted'to admit !his name Is still a at the tire of his death was a
have the house redecorated power. president. Miss Lucille Richardson duo,Teachers bachelor; that ho left' heirs devisees. >
and the two front bedroom. "And IN SECOND CAME PLAYED CAUSE OF MUCH DISCUSSION -. NEW YORKERS; BROOKLYNDODGERS leader. '. This class meets every' Sunday ; grantee or other clalmtatu'
still think
It who
wise to I are unknown to complainant
thrown Into one. That would coif refuse this chance to make several LAST NIGHT AND' SPECULATION DOWN PIRATES Mid-week prayer and praise morning at the Harris School auditorium and that the address of the ....&t.
ft trifling three thousand dollars rather than I service on Wednesday at 8:00: p. at 10 o'clock. Men and of said Charles S. Baxter Is rio|
or four hundred go women not connected with Stanley R. Miller and Frank Lewis,
doUarsVbnt; we coald contrary toer' a stubborn old t m. any SI Milk Street, Boston Massachusetts -
not afford it. man'. entirely unreasonable Choir rehearsal on Friday eve other Bible Class and regardlessof ; that complainant verity...
Bat of course we can afford! to throw opposfUonr (By JOVE) J (By' OSCAR PITA) Special *. Th CHimea) ning at 7:45 o'clock. Mrs. Joseph denomniations are invited to II.... that said defendants are
away thousand and work for noth. "Mr. Northrop. The Social Diamondball League Everything looks bright for to- NEW YORK. May 4.-The New' attend. each over. the ago; of twentf-one
n ing. thanks I haven't talked Sawyer, organistGerald Saond- years a d that there Is no person'
to yon.1* to yon. Father. thanks this case over with the Judge. It played a doubleheader last night.In night's fistic program. John Nebo', York Giants triumphed over tae I J ers. choir director. ivy theState of Florida the serviceof

Tn care- that James wasn't necessary.' But I don't fight the first gamethe Recreation I tthe promoter and fighter received Ciaei.nati Reds behind the exceLlent : : The Board of Stewards will CATHOLIC CHURCHSt. whom a summons would bind hi said chancery defendantsor upon

acted thoughtlessly; and without must hare doe women. Why even if 1 tried to Department ten defeated the I' a good piece of news, from the pitching of Carl Hubbell, whocanned : meet on Monday evening at 81 I any involved of, them" In this That the real estate .
.his'team Is described
deliberation." said Mr. Northrup and did my best I. Just couldn't.If Park boys by a 10 to 9 score. t| W. W. v...- caropa at Islamoratfa. score of 9 to 2.. to victory by a o'clock. Samuel B. Finder, chairman Mary's Star of the Sea as follows: cause In Monroe-
yon were a: lawyer I i I ,
perhaps County Florida
Jowly: ; and impressively I i Rev. Wm. Reagan S. J., to-wit:
as was his could make yon understand better. It was a seesaw game from 'in which the ambitiousyoungster i Heavy hitting featured the iI I I Lots Seventeen O7) and
custom.But I can assure him that in charge Eighteen O" Irt Square One
have known IL, ,. Preston In a haiL The way I am made I Just have to start to finish. The contest was r fis told that a_ good sale of ticket playing of the-New Yorkers, with i FLEMING STREET METHODIST Order of services for this of Tract Twenty-seven (27)m
be Interested la a .be Hubbell six-hit secordins to the Martello Towers
case sure emI hurling -
ness in the last frame with is game. CHURCHCor. church:
way for-7. and that there won two reported by'the vets there.
of which Is
right, before
can decent 1C: Jib
I any was third of the
Is no on. among all my acquaint work on eipeclally when outs and no one on base. Although" saturday night.is one sea Sunday morning Masses will.be duly recorded In Plat Book 1,
tance*In)' whoa I'' bayesiore' It soft against a'single'dfeat. Fleming and William Streets said at 7 and 9:30 o'clock. paro-14etMonroo County Flor
Bdence. conr i *'etieeetoy4ee1Mg.r..ans...- .> Rosam pitched a good game for of the busiest.night*.of._the- week, The BrooklynDodgers' came Ida Record'
Shuler Peele Pastor
rr Week-day Mass at 7 o'clock. therefor that said
Mr. Prestos is. I shasta aay b1a\'/"U'ked I rpfe'iTplln th1J1Ulme'
above suspicion, Uke Caesar'a-..(f,. .
.Vlt above suspicion. Therefore. me anjF/jharm. Just to, make faiL I:!L Nebo has everytiilAg" I; in readiness .. score of 2-land as a result of erintendent. The Wesley Fellow- !heirs, deviates. grantees or othercmlmanfs.

mjf .bej.' though respect yon for ,a .few-dirty ..pieces of silver the In the field, Q. Lopez Clfirtcnts for the battles tonight and the victory clang te second place hip Bible Clam meets in the pas r THE SALVATION ARMY I,Interest inand bering to or, the claiming property an
oU'lICI'Uple..1, assure jrotf you may .Mds' would' stick In my throat. and Nunn starred. At bat( in the older loon. There. 'Was a tor's study. The pastor is the hereinbefore described be, and they

science.1 take,$he*, case: with, a, clear con Can't 'yon and Jane understand? J. Garcia hit three safely in foar nothing is beiflg left undone to keenly contested mound duel between teacher. Captain Vernon W Walker, Officer [the era> bill hereby of complaint qnfrd to filed appear in mid to

Can.t YOU non- thAt -l'tI rAn- .... .t.' ...... 1 times up and so did McCarthy and make the night one long to be re Van Mungo- and Big Jim Morning worship at 11 o'clock. in Charge cause on or ,before Monday the Cth
and r. too late now,I hare definitely than: make money that way? And Q. Lopez. membered' in the fistic history of i I I Weaver. By virtue of the loss Sermon-' subject: "ContagiousCltrivtianity. t 1002 Fleming Street day of Slay A. D In5. otherwisethe

thing positively to do with refused It.- to hare any. that even If I wouldn't, even If I Score by innings: R. H. E. Key West I the Pirates dropped to seventh ." Company meeting (Sunday ,.tate alienation,, as' confessed of' said by bill said will de.be

Than tried I could not succeed In doing Parkers 022 104 0- 987 t p The card calls for about 34 place- Mango heM the Bvcs to Intermediate Epworth League \school), 9:45 a. m. feudants.

But Mr. Preston too bad.Is too still bad In the Indeed. It?" Recreation 300 410 2-10 11 3 rounds of good boxing topped by''I,t she hitSy while Weaver permittednine. meets at :J:30 p. m Miss Venda- Holiness meeting 11 a. m. 1 Order rt la b.farther published Ordered' once each that week this:

1 believe,and he has city Batteries: Rosam and Wood-I i: double<< windupby John Nebo I I j line Watkins, superintendent.. Young People's Legion, 6:30p. fcc four consecutive weeks In Th*

to be Indebted to me always for a claimed small IT' WAS seldom that James ex- son; J. Walker and Clements. i.and[ Indian Brown and Joe Ramirez :1 These were the only two gamesplayed j Young People's League meetsat m. lished Krrvrt. In Citizen Monroe' a County newspaper Florida.pub-

favor I did for him plained himself so fully or triedto Summary: Errors: Varela J.!,' and Joe Gilliard. I Ii I u a either &f the major 7 p. m. Miss Mary Felton, Evening service o'clock. lh t.d April 3. UN.:
years ago- Justify himself in any argument i Vincente Folgeros and Kid Peli- !l l_<_.._ all . nothing of Matthews Clements WoodsonJ presiaenc.
any moment,. but one he C1irkcr''ii Court
made much of. I am certain that a with Jane but he still bad a vague Rosam. R. Alvarez, B. Roberts,I I can will square off in the main ; R-account of rain, wV Evening worship service at 8:00 I CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY I R.\VJ.OXD. R. LORD,

word from me letting him know that made hope left to understand that If Jane If could he were once only be TeaL J. Garcia F. Lopez; home I I i preliminary of six rounds. grounds and cold weather I o'clock. Subject of sermon: !. Solicitor for Complainants.aprl-12-ie.lt; may

yon bad er .. reconsidered your clever enough to put things so that run: R. Alvarez; three base hits:r r r The Nebo-Brown Squableis) The summaries: "The Last WilL"c 327 Elizabeth Street

decision would set matters right to she could understand matters F. Matthews! J. Garcia; stolen': looked forward to- be the hardest NATIONAL. LEAGUEAt i Monday at 8 p. m.. the Board I Sunday school: 9:30 a. m. Wh'R'; or :HlTr.R! !I..MX01'1C&

90 time In BO time at all" would once more be righted between bases; Carey. Woodson Rosam J. : battle booked for the night since New York R. H. E. of Stewards will meet in the pas} Sunday morning service at 11

"Oh. Father. YOU are such an them. Garcia; sacrifice hit: A. Alvarez; both are skilled boxers- and fast I Cincinnati .-.._._ 2 2: ter's study. o'clock. that vndvr and IS HEREBY virtue OIVEX.vrsnant .

angel! What In the world would we You know yon won't starve. struck out; by Rosam 6, by Walk steppers. Brown is said to have j. New York .__...916 0'' Mid-week prayer and Bible t Wednesday evening service at .. to that hy certain of decree.nf aDd.
helpless Babes In the Woods ever wicked followed r Batteries: Frey, Brennanv Hermann at 8 o'clock. wade: and entered .n the ZOth day
said Jane cruelly; not as long as er 5; bases on balls: off Rosam a right hand uppercut i study Wednesday p. m* I March
do without you?** Father Is alive." 1. off Walker 6; wild pitches: by a short jolting left. I, and Lombard!; Hubbell and I IIf Woman's Missionary Society 18 i Reading room in Society build Me Jefferson, A. U B.115 ISrowne.by the Judge Honor.of

James sank lower la his chair. James did not answer. but got up Roam 2, Walker 3; time of game: Johnny's speed and defensive Mancusov will meet Monday at :5 p. m. fora open Tuesdays and Fridays th. Circuit Court of the TwentiethJudicial .
f grateful for the i I. Circuit of Monroe
He had home kindly darkness abruptly and went for a walk. In 1:30; umpires: Stanley and Gon pfay may be the only chance the regular business meeting. >n 3 to 5 o'clock. Florida' In Chancery tn that County certain,
emotionally and spite of himself and In spite of their zalez. 1 local battler will hare against the If At Brooklyn R, H. E. Choir rehearsal Wednesday immediately '' cause therein pending wherein

hard mentally day In exhausted court. It after was Just a long his frequency. Jane's Jeers never failedto |, Indian veteran leather pusher who Pittsburgh ------..*_..___._ 1 ft 0: ; following the mid-week SEVENTH DAY ADVENTISTS and Berlin S. A.A. Oattl Sawyer! and is Helen...complainant B. Catty

damnable luck that Mr. Northrnp hurt. In the nightcap the Service ten keeps boring in, shooting left and [I Brooklyn; 291 service. Mrs P. B. Roberts, di Street h's wife William. F. Kelly. and
Why: was: it that nothing he did 1011 Fleming Catherine B. Kelly, his wif, John
and the rights to all sections. Nebo's best" I Batteries: Weaver and Padd**; rector.
and Jane had to hear of this Preston seemed and Lighthouse crew met R. T. Sawyer", Teacher S. Giasnone sometimes" known a*
off erf bat naturally ,-v."Well any Re' more to please -her final score'Was-19-, 6.m favor of chance outpoint his foe with :a Mungo.aibi. Lopez., John S. Glannonn, Lewis E. P.......
had tried so hard this l last year FIRS.PRESBYTERIAN Bible study, Friday, 7:30 p. m Fmorvt Pierce and Robert' B.
,areat you going to answer :or two to make himself over and be the former club. stinging left hand jab which the Sabbath service 10:39 a.; ntMETHODIST' ., Rasselt are th* defendants, the vndersigned .
father? Going to thank him?" snap .all the things Jane most desired The best play of this game was .local battler handles like a cham Chicago at Philadelphia. post. CHURCH Special Master in Chan-

I pe Jane. lie bad worked like a dog trying to puled: off by Nodine in the fourth pion. This is going to be a tough .I pound, rain- and coM weather. EPISCOPAL offer errs, appointed for sale and by said sell decree at public, will
-It Is not necessary for James when his and we don't mean majbe.Joe II J. C. GekeTer, Pastor
to make more money. Cerezo hit one over headin scrap I CHURCH SOUTH outcry. t a the highest bidder' for
thank me nor did I expect any Thirty-two hundred dollars wasn't centerfield and he misjudgedthe Ramirez, who won the admiration St. Louis at Boston postponed Corner of White tend Washington ash before the front door of the
County Court House In Key
: gratitude"said Mr. Northrup stiffly."I bad for a young lawyer In a town of ball AU he could do was to of the fans in his sec cold weather. Streets "EL SALVADOR" Monroe County Florida, on West.Monday -

am only; too happy to exert what the size of New Concord but Jane leap in the air and hold up one ond appearance in a Key West Sunday school: meets at 10 a. Corner GrinneR and Virginia the Clh day of May. A. D. 1133

little Influence I have la his behalf. considered it nothing at all. Just as hsnd. This he did and when he ring some two months ago against AMERICAN LEAGUE m. A. C. Elgin superintendent.The Streets a(being legal a sale rule day day)of during said Court th* legal and

Only too happy. I assure' you both. she considered that case he won came down the ball was in his Baby Face Rojas will try to' add< Alt games postponed rain and Adult Bible Class!! is taught Services in Spanish) boars of sal to-wit between 11
"Thank yon Just the same. Mr. Miller and Babcook the'' dope of sleepness he wet gro nds.lEAGUE. by the pastor. ( o'clock in the forenoon' and 2
Northrnp, but from against a mere glove. I believe that Noddy did same Sunday school, 10 a. m. o'clock In the afternoon of said day,
what Preston picayunish; affair because his fee not know he had the pill when he I handed Rojas back in February. Horning worship at 11 o'clock. 8 the following I: described property
told me himself. I am perfectly certain was small although they were two' I I I hit the ground. Ramirez a hard-hitting youngster Sermon topic: "Ripe Unto Har Preaching p. m. to satisfy saM decree by payment*.
that while STANDINGS Mothers Club meets Monday, of the amounts therein specified
he :
reproach In his business may; be above of the biggest lawyers In Topeka t Douglas and B. Powell played" is going to face a hard man in vest." L. P. Scaburn: will ba the 8 IDeBible In the City of Key West
relations and even the Judge hadn't thoughthe t the of Gilliard who: baa soloist. p. Monro County, Florida known
At bat. the leaders
hi. private life Is quite a different a good game. person I study and prayer service,: as Lots Three (3). Four (I) and
had a ghost of.a chance against Williams and Head. who hit fought some one hundred rnd Evening worship at 8 o'clock. Fire (S) In Block
matter.This divorce of his Is an ugly were: AMERICA LEAGUE Wednesday, 8 p. m. Fifteen (!*).
( thing and It Is sure to prove both a them. two safelyv in as many times up. I fiftSprofession,1< f'jrfcts. I Club- W. L. Pet. Sermon "Profession and. Prac I as Key shown West on Investment tIM Plat of Com The

S legal and social scandaL But he could stand Jane's sneers Score by innings: R. H. EL Gilliard's wiamrg; record fs far ;:Cleveland! _. 9 2 .818 tice.Of' "LA TRINIDAD" PlIn,.'. subdivision) of part of

I "Even U I wanted to get Into It at hImself-he wan used to thoseif Lighthouse 210 003 06 12 7 toot!long for inentonin at this Chicago g 4 .892 Mid-week Bible Study Wednes- Revs. L. Oser and Monterv. Tract 17, duly recorded in Plat
would Hook 1. page I', of :Monroe
she let the old
only Judge
the Judge wouldn't stand for It. Service 042 040 x-10 10 2 : tim but Kid Chcolue, Benny= New York *. 9 S .643 day at 7:30 p. m. Topic "The Pastors County Florid Record;
lies very strict about! divorce cases alone It was true that the old man Batteries!: C. Stickney and F. Leonard and Pete Nebo>> are among'' Boston __ 8 5 .615 Appearance of Jesus onEaster Duval and Angela Streets ALLAN B. CLUARE .JR.
In his fondness
and only: let me take Sally's: because times a little foolish might to critical appear eyes at Stkkney; Ortega and B. Powell. the iboxers this veteran has berr&.Washington 8 6 .571 Day." Sunday school 3 p. m. RAYMOND Special R. LORD Master in Chancery
I have known her all my; life and Errors Valdes 2. against. } Solicitor for the Complainant.
Summary: : up Detroit 5. .3'51 Service in Spanish, Friday, at
eager to pick a fault. but God knowshe -
know that her brute of a husband himself and Jane too should be Ccrebo 2. Albury 2, D. Demeritt Both of these men ae of the St. Louis 2 10 .161 f r SAINT PAUL'S CHURCH 7:9p.i.: apr-I3-2v-27; may4

would have kmed her It they bad the last to criticise: his old friend. D. Powell Williams; home run: slugging type and f'&, boy, if they Philadelphia 2' 11 .154 I Only; trro units of the federal
gone on living together. \ White AlV! two base hits Wi1- mi-uv: b13w" for Corner Duval an T Eaton Street' .
; % .. no matter what he did or became =ry; : getitStllr SEVENTH DAT ADVENTIST.
o\.h'' tW<<). .wi1l NATIONAL LEAGUE Sundays government operate. at a '>profit
'.That hart him most was that Hams Valdes; stolen bases!: Cere* blow'-Lieell> one 1 CHURCH
:eB'trr my dear bo,. wouldn't It -InL rm'?r_Inslnuatln&jthat zo. Archer C. Stickney; struefj*A1.on-ioT'; theft''hlli.:1e; : V} Clnb- W. L Pet. Morning Prayer 6:45 a. m. r the.: patent office and, the navigation -

;I'; least be; soqitwaaVwIsQr \fe 'Jj !'fna'd amounted to out: by Ortega 4. by Stickney lH'/brethe tenth round: ,eenesalong.! NewYprk.-----9.; : < 3.750 Mass (Communions), 7 a. m. (Colored) ; / bareao.\
Ont Investigate mtez adeJ w !1- preKmftjaries: fand a1 BroekJyif .._. 10 .5 Z .667 Mass for the Church School,
store much. was glad:thar
bteaslvely extensively nave I%lg evITse st acSiHited that.tse.Jadge Stiekney 1'; ime'-of ,game: I :20;r bat\J. 1't1Ja\; hIJ ?. ti. even'g ,Chkago; ,.. r> :,.,,, ., ;,8 ;& '.615 9:30 a. m* and Emma Street

than conjectures$ fthth balf., hal bee, a cAvctyinan lajbtsatar.f umpires:" Lucilo and Gonzalez. +bfffi 1flisgfiviie..W, Sty. Loui-v -*_--- ,7 7 .500 i Mass-ef Thanksgiving: ,,11L ra. 'William Perkins;, PastorG. { An Italian scientist,I"-f hs> dis

refusal? I hiVe on Found wbIft njfn 0 esc l What dI L Jane{Wean/by It.aby3raiaWas ;: are sJ.'lI e ly:;hoping' f*
4 lent rule a moat JeTlent: rule 1I;' "f:1:I & aatli0d. or tein Standing of the clubs: p.'s sntewsl' 4 his'second stat Boston -_'_-.---- 5 7 .417 Benediction. 8 p. m. Sabbath School (Saturday) 10 gravitating beyond; Neptune

to ." him that she thought the Judge wasa Club- W, I.. Pet" as a" romoter. Pittsburgh _-._.--,---- S 9 .400 Week Day: o'clock.

"There's no use arguing whir fool because he had once pre-' Service ..._ --__ 3 0 1.000 t Phifadefphia2 .182 I Morning Prayer, 6:45 a, m. Church services, 11 o'clfrck in

James when he drags in the Judge. Ulcted that James Stimson was Cuban Club _,_ 2 0 1.000 ,' LEGALS 1 Mass, 7 a. m. the morning.Y. Subscribe to The Citizen.

Jane broke In cuttingly."Everybodttn uHnethtng of a genius and destined Recreation ".".- 2 0 1.000 GAMES TODAY Evening Prayer, S:30 p- m. P. M. V. S. meeting" 5:30 Sect
: "Right living
town but James to make a name In the world I Yes Admmirtration __,... 1 1 .500 A second Mass on Wednesdays, brings profit
knows that thf I :vo'TWF: orw'Vgk't; lULl' I o'clock p. m. for both worlds.
Judge Is a doddering feeble-minded i hat was It. lie believed that was It- lighthouse ..._.____._ 1 2 .333 ; AMERICAN LEAGUE 9 a. m. Prayer meeting every Wednesday Evening 8 is tae
p.'m."S t
andcr ,
It was Jane's subtle way of telling N"'tl.-e-I. hereby' given' that
old bore who should have been bbis him he was a failure. JaDe believed! Garage ________ 0 2 ..006Bayiew and h:* virtue of a rcrtain order' avid Washington at Chicago-Link* CHURCH OF COD sight at 7:30: p. ra. greatest disadvantage for the individual -
grave ten years ago.But because Park 0 2 .000 decree' of foreclosure and Mir ma. vs. Tietje. "
the old half-wit still J goes on tellln that: he and the Judge between them American Legion 0 2 .000 and entered on the 3d. day of May.A New York at St. Loai* .AHen -' BETHEL A. M. E. CHURCH Other and the city.
James how smart he is James stil had: tricked her Into marriage with D. un. In and by tlM circuitCourt 1KW Olivia Street services during the week.

thinks him a man'deltlned for failure from thebeginning. of the TwentiethJudicial. ill vs. BlaehoUer.! Morninjr service' at 11 o'clock.] Supervised play, Tuesday, .4 to
a marvel thegtaa. of
perfect of In Circuit of 1vs. Colored
Next week the schedule of contests Boston at Detroit-W, Fen ( )
ftp. in.
,. In Cla *
em ence.rII. .. and for Monroe Couat Sunday school 3:30 pra..
God knows !11 was hard on Jane. will be as follows: ft'r,.. in a service ":15
Judge my dear. has been avery who was meant to run Monday evening at 5:30 o'clock wherein Cleveland Niles' I Is plaintiffand Philadelphia at Cleveland-Ca'- Sunday night I H. R. Hin. pastor
a woman
clever man In his day. a Rose \\elkert.. If living o'clock.
clever man. and It Is altogether very with the hare to be tied to a tortoise the Lighthouse and Legion tens if deadL the h ira. devisees gt**. eareUa'or-Dietrich va. Harder. Evangenstn: service, Wednesday Sunday; school, 9:30 a. :n..
but If she would only gIve' /' will play. At 7:30 p. m. the Cuban tees or other claimants under' till. ', Preaching, 11 a. m.
meritorious of James to accord his said Rene )L Welkert. <<''I........... orotb.rwl NATIONALLEAGUE 1:15p., m.
benefactor him,time. Club outfit will meet the Recreation living Junior A. C. E. League" meet
: the deerence and respect _. :Minnie E. Wolfe if New York Derringer Prayer' and praIse' service, Friday -
at -
bunch. In the second -. and. if cko.... the heir. devioeea Cincinnati at 5:39 p. m.
to whIch: his; years and attain iCopyriakt f>31 ttatni B. FankamtJane. game i Teachers' meet I Rm8ELrsCIGAR
uents entitle him. But on the other the Service boys will tackle the under,the grantees said :Minnie-or other K. \Volfe.claimant..).,j v*;. Sehvniacber.PHtsbargh ; 7:30 p. m. < Senior A C. E.. League meets
Bl.ton .. ing.
hand r agree with you. Jane that Monday..eff.rsJ5ffl55* setnClnsu'trnw Bayview Parkers, reaned or otherwise-? C. Ptodelaand I at Brooklyn- at 6:15 p. ra.
adVic On Tuesday evening at3f) JoMphtae Piodela.. hi. ..... (not named). ; Evening service 8 p. m.
--. :. Andrew J. Kemp. and1 Mary t. 'Wlfe'j St. Louia at Bostort-F... Deanvs. La6a UlsaUa
o'clock the Administration aggregation Samuel' Otto Johnson' [ Weekly Services
+ Ms wife.
.1 I will lock horns with tie Antoinette' John on.'. his wife. asiW. CantwelL: Services Sundays, Tuesdays and 1 Tuesday '1S0 pw ML,, Claaav STORE
"CHETA" ..
c. Burro, wMower.' are .- Thursdays, conducted by Rev.
ACCEPTS Chicago at Philadelphia- ; 7:30' choir rehearsaL -
Friday .
OFFER Park club. and at 7:30 o'clock fesda.nta.: ToreetoetM of lien of tassale Charles E. Lazo.I pat.
will eerftftrate' : tll. uud.raleosd French vs. Johnsonv .
I that night the Garage ten play; -0---
'offer I Sunday school 9:30 a. .
Special Master Chancery will
PLAY WITH SANFORD .fijiiJ the Cuban Chjbers.! ; for mile and will sell at p....- E. CHURCH
1'P :! I On Wednesday afternoon .at lie hlghest.s.d eutt-I'). for bent cuh bidder Iso "at'd the., to front the COUJRED'TFAMS PENTECOSIAL MISSION My Baseball Retcrcs

) Administration
: | door of the Count: Court House of. (Colored)
Sanford to join the and Recreation teams will play. Monroe County Florida in the City yWCOMtINANDaETThE
Phillip Baker better known as noon for : of Key West Florida during the 909 Olivia Street A. T. M Ca.kiIL Paste

"Cheta" in diamond ball and baseball -! teani. -- On Thursday: afternoon the legaf' snare .f sate; .nr Xonday. the TOPLAYSONDAY W... Skondeett, Pastor .f Mv A. Morene, Recording Stevmrd

circle in Key received,|II Baker is well known as shortstop Cubans will meet the Beacon Do,..j.I 3rd day described of .1.... A.land D.. situate 15%. th.l"iacand following Sunday morning worship, ,,11 Mrs. M A. Moreno, Secretary -0-
I i for the Lopez diamondballI Friday night. 7:30 o'clock will being i I. the Cowwty-. ., Monroe.SUte o'tloc I Sunday school 1:31 a. BX
a wire today from William Gates. I witners the Service ten and Recreation wit: of series five RESULTS OF THE
aggregation while he has also of Florida. to- Thr first a of. Sunday school: for all 3:3 p Sunday service 11 a. m.
wits in playing: on the. Sanford, been quite active in many other!I I cltb in nation in the first 'Section Lot Numbered TMrty-om Five. Ill
baseball team; in which he was of.: positions with different teams in game and. the Bayview Parkers Township Sixt,..iX ("IS) South totts and tbeErk win be pUy- Sunday. night evangelistic service t LEAGUES:

faTed a place en the team for a. Key West from time to time. I 1 and Mechanics) in the nightcap.; I of Kart.tfmn containingTwe, Twmtr-ntne' ,<.-ISP.. r eu'tOofroW alternooa tt. Neb** 7:15 o'clock. I TRINITY PltESBTTEKfAW

period of.h'elveb., with room.,' "ChetaY many friends wish II s.nda half US K.) -acres. .... '. Eovhsh Park. to ,detensBBo tie TtKsday, 7:15 p nt, prayer' and CHURCH -- -
board and transportation fur'1 I! for him all success in his new Mrs Frances Davis, Madison,;I Dat..t'nu.- W-I4ILIA.JI-'V. ; TO. ; championEhip. color**,teaef tie praise service.Frldsyj -. CIGARS, CIGARETTES,

nished. I II venture expressing hopes that,lie Wis., 77-year-old woman*.barber ? ..-............ 7.it; 1RI& announced today.; Tae, 7:15 p. .... feflowshlp (Colored} SOFT DRINKS,

Baker wired Gates today that; will make a record for himself in still wields the razor and scissors. 'f. ,--i. = f_. wW be caReer at o'clock., meeting .. 717'* Sfamntton street ETC

he would areept the} .fer. and I his baseball activities with the with skill and precision, : I'v.l' I ee',. ,6er&' t.Band ,wa fur- Satarday, ZtM ft. m.. hoy* andgirls' Rfer. Alfred 1htt Tit( Factor

propose to leave tomorrow! after;I I Sanford Ctatr. ; horseback. and,sVates..'.->' ..- ..,... doiiath.gasM, ;: ckorchv Sunday morning, 11 1. m. Sub:. .
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:-: SOCIETY : : LAST EVENING [At t The Stores 1 I RENDERS VERDICTDRIVER TO GIVE TALKTO I Today's............BirthdaysJohn ............ I During the summer months my

Collier of CaL. Commissioner
I ............................................J.... HUGESUCCESS ; of Indian Affairs born at- office hours at night will be dis

Atlanta Ga., 51 I I continued. Office hours from
Shower, Given Yesterday In ARONOVITZ SPECIALSD. OF AUTOMOBILE ADDRESS ARMS COMPANY I -years ago. I;. 12 to 1 only daily except: Sundays

Honor Elizabeth Johnson PERFORMANCE STAGED IN today. Aronovitz advertises Department a number of Store specials WHICH KILLED CHILD ORGANIZATION ON Dr. Stanley K. Hornbeck of j j Calls must be given before 5 p.
Colo.. Dept. of State's Chief of I In. After this hour only
HEU BLAMELESS emergency -
for Saturday and Minday. MONDAY NIGHT I I
-- AUDITORIUM OF HIGH Far Eastern Affairs born
This store announces the arrival at cases will be seen by me.
Utss Florence Albury delightfully -i Sylvia Sawyer presented the I Franklin Mass. 52
entertained yesterday after-',[ bride-to-be with a huge May bas SCHOOL UNDER AUSPICESOF of a n..w assortn Ont of I years ago. I DR. :N. C. PINTADO.

noon at Jter home, 1009 Grinnell ket filled with many useful and white shoes for. ladies in pumps!, :Mr?. Lena Williams-,- -driver of Some of the reactions of a winter -: mayl-lt
street, with a miscellaneous shower -',I beautiful gifts. SENIOR CLASS/:>> \ oxfords and 'straps. All are in the car which i tailed" 'CbrIotteElaine -visitor -to Key Wed will be Harold Bell Wright of Tuczon, I

in honor of Miss Elizabeth Present at the shower were JI --. "' the#.popular. '. ,i'>---J iiced lines... ; _, *'t Eloise .Curry, two .and a heard Monday night when Henry 'Ariz-1'., 63, novelist years born at Rome, N. Subscribe: to The Citizen.
Johnson whose to Mesdames John W. llattrick. ago.
GeorgeI ,
marriage 'I "Huckleberry Finn" comedy ':rth" STOREOF" 'FASHION J half years, pld daughter of/Clerk Brewer, of Hartford. Connecticut,
Knowles. Jr.. will take place Ivan Watson Laurie Roberts a I
May 10, 7 o'clock in St. Paul's. Raymond Kennedy Evelio: Cabot,! drama in three acts, which was The Store of Fashion's shoe departmenITbr.owfc6mpMe of.the Criminal Court C. Sam B. ,acting: ; president of the Winchester -: Walt Mason of Cal.. poet and "A Trip To Storyland"

Episcopal: Church. ;(,I Richard Ranger, Benjamin Tynes presented by the Senior-Class ; with all I Curry andMr*. Curry, was.; held -Arms company addresses the humorist born in Columbus, Ont., To Be Repeated MoadayEvosag
| Knowles Key West High School in ,the intitGtion's the latest'snihmer'styieV, iirladies', organization. Cana., 73 years
During the first part of the Mary Lou John A. blameless by: the coroner's jury ago.
; 7:30 O'clock !I.
auditorium l last 'eve misses' and children's fhons. Several t 'will ,
ThiS be the semimonthly
afternoon, Bridge, Michigan and Knowles, Mjnnie Hemion, L. H. afternoon.Of regular -
ning was a great success from new 'shipments arrived thii yesterday ST. PAUL'S PARISH HALL
of the
Evelio meeting organization
Po-Keno were played. Mrs. Muse and Claude Albury. Nelson A. Crawford editor of
'I every standpoint. week. the several witnesses there and will be !held in : Children, 5c Adults, lOc
Cabot was declared winner of the Misses Florence Torres. .Kathleen Hospitality the Household Mag.. Topeka bornat ;
Bridge prize and Miss Susan La-:|l Wktkins, Leona Bethel. Anna Practically every scat in the A variety of items are shown were none whose evidence indicated House 313 Duval street. An-, Miller. S. D., 47 ,
years ago.
Kin won the Michigan prize. The i I Whitmarsh, Lenora Whitaker, large auditorium was taken before in today's advertisement aj being criminal negligence on the other speaker will be Donald Cor-:

Po-Keno game was won by Mrs.'Faye I I Adams, Shirley Velasco, the start of the show Due to thegreat specially priced for Monday. part of the driver and after some hey chief architect with the Key, 4
Benjamin. Tynes and Miss Kath-''Rose Tift Leona Ilenriqnez number of requests the play West Administration. Charles Dayis of Cape Cod, Bermuda Meat Market

leen Watkins won the door prize.!! Susan LaKin, Helen Russell Fran-I will be repeated. A matinee per FEATURES PROM DRESSESA verdict deliberation rendered the following ver- I Mr. and Mrs. Brewer have beenin I Mass., founder-president of the Pboac 861-W Free Delivery
After the players and others of. ces Cochran. Wilhelmina Goeh- formance has been arranged for new shipment; of Prom and was : Key West since last November I II NatL Highways Asso., born in
'', Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Graduation dresses arrived at The "That Eloise Curry came to her Montgomery\ Co., Pa, 70 White at VirjiaU St*.
spending the winter
.the guests had enjoyed a deli- ring, Annice Smith, Claudia Al I season here.j jI years SAT.
death in the following manner, tout and SUN. SPECIALSBeef
This performance is open to the Hub Store this week and are beingdisplayed He and Mr. : ago.
clone refreshment course, two lit- bury, Rotutlind G. Albury, Sylvia I Corley were invited
it: From an automobile acci- Roast Ib ..__... 28e
public. the ladies
tle girls, Rosalind Albury and Sawyer and Florence Albury. in depart- I by Mayor William H. Malone. ....... ., .. .uu
dent said automobile driven IU.
The manner in which each member ment. being i president of the league, to attend : Lesdiac U.iri' Rib Roast Ib __._____uu 25e
of the cast executed his or, There are still a few of tho," by Mrs. Lena Williams and that the session and address the mem THE SEMINOLE Clear Stew Meat, lb.... 20c

her part showed that much time I dresses which were offered in special the accident was unavoidable." bers. .......-.,III., Floridaflits. Small Chops, Ib ........__._... 28c
Miss Dorothy Key Weds Edward and practice had been given to sale last week to be sold at The investigation was con- Although a lesident of New 1 B. ri(. Maaager Pork Shoulder. Ib .. u. 20c

I i make the affair a success. Those the same low price on Monday.DOLLAR I ducted by Frank O. Roberts, justice England, Mr. Brewer has traveled I A human home-like Institutionwhrre Veal Cutlets. Ib __..'n ___. 35c
Cruz Here Yesterday Afternoon who had read Mark Twain's famous I IPEARLMAN'S of the peace, coroner ex- through various parts of the country you..will find r a.r ldl Idealr.mf.rt Veal Roast, Ib __om' _._. h. 3Oe

I story were reminded over SHOE SALE officio.'' Members oft*the jury and is expected to discuss the : ot great. importance.rmtrrtmlmmtrmt a matter I SPRING LAMB

? Miss-Dorothy Key daughter-of Mrs. Cru2-has for a number of ''I and over again of the amusing .i incident Every; : :; shoe in the footW a't-' department I "ere; ]S. Owen SaW>foreman; ;' 'relative appeal of Key West as a : I .Shoulder Ib __.....,__...u 22e i

Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Key, of Coconut1 -r. been employed in a department and experiences whichmade of Pearlman's, Inc., will, ,WiaF.Sawysrw31rsie.Co-h' winter resqtt, to. some other sections I :t .SsJ... fiepr..f .IWI.1Ir lme.sd 'ChopI11>. 30e Stew Ib, '?Se.FRESH
years I-
the life Huck Finn and 'B til1'B: hib- ;: : ? t..CI' GI
Grove, and Edward Cruz, son r up be reducecf for Saturdayand'Mon- ira and cities. Mr. Corley will I KILLED PORK I II
bflr aVtd' Were ttorq' on Duval street Mr. 'his paL Tom 3awyer. day.: A special lot of ladies shoesin I ;son and William: _Adams.U.SC'OURT :. '
Mrs. Henry Cruz, I give.,an outline ,of the new serv- Bvrs* Room with C..rnidO.IIoo..gub Fresh Km d. Milk'Fed Veal \
J married i yesterday' afternoon. The Cruz' is '& member the' person- Frank Alvarez successfully played : ,beautiful pattern'' and"rn* all ices'bffered by the administration, I and Shower Rath, Radio KJertric I Large Shipment Peanut Fed
Ceremony was performed lit the I IneVbf' tlte'Wr ckiflg'Tug Warbler. the central role of "Huckle 'colors have been specially priced : : WILL'MEETONMONDAY- lit wa3 said today. 'Criljnc.Faa; Slat r. .e.5&"r,5js&ww.rV.iitaatInii I Hens Just Received !

parsonage' of Fleming Street Methodist -: I"' ''The newly_ weds left yesterday berry Finn"; Tom Sawyer, lIuck'spal. for L 'these' two selling days. 1 ; ; I o ( .I:Mattresses! of Inner Spring Construction I Y* U e* Western Meat !

: ,church,''R !'. Chiller Peele;., afternoon'to'spend a while in Coco- was Jack Pierce. Other characters Read Pearlman's advertisementin 'S. ing Lamp and Individual ,Road- .. J -
officiating. nut Grove. in the pay! were: today's paper-Mt is filled with LISTEN IN ON THE RATES

The bride was attended by Miss There was a large number of Aunt Polly-Hilda Demeritt. attractive buys. Siacle7H
Mary Cruz sister of the groom, relatives and friends at the stationto Ruth Watson her sister- I DeMOLAYCoast !!__.. Private Bath, .. e.ae J- _
lie H*._ ... Private Bath 3JMIe
a. maid* of honor. Raymond Rus- bid them farewell and wish. for Laudelina Contreras. SALE MONDAY JUDGE RITTER WHO WILL l to Coast BroadcastS H__M.. Private Balk 3...s JOE PEARLMAN'S Inc. !
eel was the groom's attendant. them a joyous honeymoon. Mary Jane. their young niece- There will be another Dollar 24 Km _.. Private Bath :3JW ,
Marguerite Valenznela. Sale at Holtsberg's Monday, with PRESIDE TO ARRIVE HERE I .,day. May 5th. 10:30 P. M. 19 Sample lt_m.. Private Bath .... "QUALITY SHOr'

Fred Raymond in love with many other specials added to the E.S.T. New York SI.IUHT IXIIKASK: ran UUIDLKOCCIPANCY
P.-F. A. Delegates To Repeat Play Ruth-Curtis Stanton. long list of dollar values. SALE

Melba White colored maid at I The sale was such a success! last I 4 -I-
Return Home At Parish Hall Watson's--Justine Arlt. week that Mr. Holtsberg decided, KEY WESTCOLONIAL SHOES! SHOES I

Clara Woppinger, Deaconess of Ito hold another Dollar Sale on I I United States Court of the. HOTELIn CERTIFIED Ladies Shoes-Beautiful new
Members of the Parent-Teach- "A Trip To Storyland" :ill be the Church-Edna Roberts. I I Monday. Southern District of Florida i ist I patterns, in all White and

era Association of Key West, who repeated in the Parish Hall on Amy Woppinger her irrepressible I -- scheduled to convene in Key West the Center of the Businessand Three-Year Sheets Black and Brown and Combinations
attended the National and State Monday evening at 7:30 o'clock. sister-;;Ruby Albury. NATIONAL COTTON WEEK Monday afteinoon, May 6, with ; Pumps, Tics. Oxfords
Conventions at the Miami-Bilt- John Finn. his father-Albert National Judge Hal led L. Ritter preside Theater District and Sandals. special at
This play which was presentedlast The coming week. being REDUCED DURING per pair ........_...,.... u. $1.98
hotel this week have all Wiggins.
more returned ing.
Cotton Week, I. Appelrouth, of
First C1 M-Fireproof- All other Shoes reducedChildren'
very enthusiastic over themeeting. Tuesday evening drew a Tom Sawyer. Hack's pal .and The Store of Fashion, has placed Judge Ritter is expected to arrive -, National Cotton Week Oxfords
and especially the discussions -f packed house and is being repeated comrade-Jack Pierce. Certified Three-Year Sheets at over the highway tomorrow Sensible Rates Black. Brown White and Strap and,

and talks. for those who could not special low prices and announcedthat afternoon from Miami. Other at- COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEl (May 6th to 11th) Combinations; sizes small 2

Mrs. Sebastian Cabrera Jr.. attend the first performance.In CITES LAWS\ ONTRAPPING all cotton goods in the store taches of the tribunal will arrive to big 2. on sale at per pair i
told The Citizen the experience would be reduced from May 6 to Monday by raiL Carafe Elevator 79C uu.... $1.00 $1.25 and $1-50
was one never to be forgotten and the Trip to Storyland there May 11.BAND. The first case on the docket Popular Price 54x90 ___________ Little Boys' Short Pants .. SOc

the discourses and talks were suchas are represented all the Mother BIRDSAGENT /or trial is the case of a raid and ---'- Boys' Long Pants. White.

to provide food for discussions I I Goose characters. seizure of liquors made .tome 63x90 __.__.____..__ 85c Striped and Solid. nforized,
over lengthy periods and there i i It is being given for the benefit i CONCERT I II months ago. This case is't for .. __* u__.. $1.00, $1.25 up
would dill be much .to be consid I trial 2:30 o'clock. 89c81x108 50 Ladies' Silk .Dresses, on
ered.Mrs. of the kindergarten of St.Paul's FOR SOCIETY RE- I COLORED PARK I I PLAZA 72x90_.__uuu__ sale ... .__u $1.95 and $2.45

Cabrera and Mrs. J. A. Church School. LATES Extra Quality $5.00 Silk Dresses
Boss returned over the highway IMONROE THEATER SANDWICH SHOP 81x90 ._...______ 95c on sale __... .__... $3.95
Thursday evening. Mrs. Enrique Woman's Club To TAINING TO MATTER Irene Dunne and Ronald Woods I AH other Dresses reduced
Henriquez Mrs. James Singleton I TO BE RENDERED TOMORROW -inSWEET 503 Dnval Street $1.15 20'.- reduction on Ladies' Hats
Hold MeetingThere l' Where i. REAL MONEY 81z99.,___. I
and Mrs. Will Doughtry The law regulating the holdingof AFTERNOON BY WELTERS'MUSIC ADELINE 5c New shipment of Smart Lovely
Ladies' Wash Dresses at
rail yesterday I' birds in captivity is to be en- Matinee: Balcony, lOs; Orchestra 1.19
will be regular $1.00, $1.98 and $2.95
forced to the letter In Monroe 15-2Gcj) Night, 5c
lS25c'a 25 pieces of Fact Color Printed
meeting of the Key West Woman's
Floor Show WICHES at _.._
King Gome for .
county. agent Flaxon. 3 yards 45c
in need of
Club held on Tuesday afternoon, you are
the Audobon Society in Monroe Better grade Printed Flaxon,
At Club Tonight I I beginning at 4 o'clock accordingto county told The Citizen yester- Welters Cornet Band will present rlI'I.I'I.I"I"I'.I'J'III HOME MADE SOUPS 5c Sheets, take advantage ,of 3 yards .....___. ..n_. .... 59c
announcement made today. day afternoon. a "gala march fcst" at Nelson at __.._..._ _... the special prices listed 40 inch Printed Organdies.

Everything is set for the big I A request is made for a large Some time ago Mr. Gomez requested English Park tomorrow after \\\\\"" / LARGE PONY OF above. 3 yards 69c or 4<< yds. u $1.00
dance and floor show to be given attendance of members. noon starting at 3 o'clock, in conjunction 5 C New White Leather Bag.
that a notice be given ad- DRAUGHT BEER __
at the Habana-Madrid Club to-j i vising all persons who were keep- with the baseball gameto F SPEND During NATIONAL COT- I II I I Extra$1.50 value at$1.00.u.___Pure$1.00
quality Silk
night. New numbers and late. Bethel be played by the Coconuts and SURPRISE
ing prescribed birds in captivity I YOUR1IACATION 5c I every piece Hose, 69c pair or 3 pairs
dance hits are scheduled for tonht'a Visiting Here contrary to law to release themat Tigers. Tony Welters is directorof SANDWICH, at _........ I of COTTON GOODS in for .. .. ...... .... $2.0O
entertainment."Las the band.
II once. 8 GLASS OF SWEET j the store will be REDUCED -JOE.
Stamboras", the new number -I that The program follows: oz. 5c
introduced by Jean Harlow Mr..and Mrs. Carryl 1 Bethel and perrons'Finding who did there not are heed'some the "The York Fireman"-B. F. :: THIS YEAR IN : MILK at _'_..'..'......_. -' .r8wW

will be danced by Dolls Burchell, daughter DelOria and"son! Crumling.
warningS! Agent Gomez took steps -THE-
and Gerald Pinder. This dance] Carryl, Jr.. arrived here yester- take disobeying "Washington Grays"-C. S. FLORIDASPECIAL Large Bag of Saratoga 5c
yesterday to one person Potato Chips .. .._ ,
Is, making a bigger hit over the day from Orlando for a week end the law to court. Graffulla. u Store of FashionCity'
country- than, the. .C ri visit here. "Stars and Stripes Forever" A
adidj/ ] The person in question was arraigned -I iorgourHEALTH portion of Potato Chipsserved
vbehit; was first payecl'. : I I" Mf.: an
:Th'e management, of :thiclui l >]I residents of this city' having; gelio Gomez yesterday morning i;, II "Am' r can Army. Life'' *-Marcy 11fr3":4T.I".I" "\\\ CURB SERVICE I, .. ,
: .
c naVkrrangejf moved to';; Orlando about 'a :
for surprise;: year on information furnished by Mr. n. Darnall. : : New shipments or Lacfit'j]
numbers.-: Dance 'muslc" will'lie j l(ago'where Mr. Bethel is the' manager Gomez. The accused waived i. "The Athlete Bo ilef.-'-H. C : I"'I"I".I.A _J '" Muwex and Children's
firrnisne'd'f\ the n ban -Jlad'ridj. of a.large insurance com- and.tbe preliminary will Miller/ "! '7 t.' ,' 1 ,, wear' in/ all the newest styles.'
case I ,
Club" orchestra.' i j.i ,', I"' |i I I 1pany. be taken direct to criminal court ; "Lgh'ts.'Qyt'E.' '.E;'McCoyv. :; ''' :; . HOLTSBERG'SDOLLAR See W": our iavesizest9: ,large stock. vebody.ograde ; blgb

--- ---- --- 1 ..........-- at the cession which convenes "El Cpitan"-Sosa. : Footwear before buying.

..... iPERSONAL ..... I May 13. Slow- Donaldson.Wx Trot, "Riptidfe'V-j:--t-: SHOWING : ,::1 D. ARONOVITZ SALE MONDAY Prices are right. I
Walter Phoenjr :and Kayser Silk?
Beautiful Dress-
I MENTIONs Fox Trot, "Cocktails for Two" Organdy Hosiery. Chiffon and Service
YI Prom and es, see window display
DEPARTMENT STORE weights, special
-Arthur Johnson. I :
.s..a.......s.aa..s....s.....................s... TO SUBSCRIBERS' "StatSpangled Banner": -F. S. SPECIALSFor sizes Monday 14 to at 20"U', "on-+_sale__ .._$1.00 pair... ._ ." 7Qf

Pearlman left yesterday D. B. Hall of Sugar Loaf who Key. Graduation DressesJust Saturday and Monday Extra size Voile Dresses, (Every NEW pair DRESSESWe guaranteed; )

afternoon for Miami for a brief I was in Key West on business, left If I for Mother's Day sizes
do have
yon act receive your .. ... now a complete
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38 to on sale 1.00
business visitCharles iarm -
afternoon for his
yesterday paper by 6:15 o'clock ia the PALACEPeggy received a large JUST ARRIVED : New I I Full Fashioned Silk Hose stock! of Ladies' Dresses and a

: and apiaries. afternoon call telephone 51 line of Beautiful Organdyand Pastel Dresses, sizes I rejr. 69c 2 pairs ......_ 1.00 large variety of .Prom and
I Graduation Dresses.A
Sands, of the F. E. C. and a paper will b. sent to Sherman-Alan Wowbray from 14 to 44, at each I Colored Broadcloth, rl'J:.
Silk Dresses
Car Department, returned yesterday I Bennie Cabrera, who was in your home. A complaint boyis -in- especially I 15e yard. 10 )'d .....-.. 1.00 new selection received. of Ladies'Hats
from a visit to St. Augustine.Dr. Key West for a brief stay on business i- on duty at this office from NIGHT LIFE OF THE GODS ordered for the Prom and 3.95 / Batiste Pajamas, 2 pieces, just
and Short Reel sale .._...._._. ,.., __$1.00 Silk Organdy for Prom Dresses,,
: left*yesterday afternoon for 6:15 to 7:15 p. m. for the I Comedy I Graduation. I II All Pure Silk Crepeareal Batiste on Nightgowns? ? full I per yard ._. 96
W. II. Sanborn and Mrs..1 Miami. purpose of delivering} com Matinee: 10-15c; Night: 15-25c bargain size at ..__.._...___.._._ 1.00 45 inch Transparent Organdy
plaints. Help MS give i yon 100 COME IN AND MAKE Printed Voiles. 25c, all colors, per yard 49c
Sanborn who were spending: a Mr.\ and :Mrs. Norberar: Thompson percait service by eating} 51 I YOUR SELECTION Crisp Organdy and Net 5 yards .?.......__..._._... 1.00 '
few days in Key West as guests who were spending several if you do not receive The Citi Dresses for Prom and Fine White Batiste, 6 )'cb. IJOO LADIES' EYELET DRESS-!
of Mayor and Mrs.. Wm. IL Ma-I EARLY I ES. regular; |2.05;, all I
days in Miami, returned this aft- zen. each Silks reg. $1.35.on .
lone left yesterday afternoon for ernoon. Special Sailings Graduation at sale .. _..._..___._.. ___ 1.00 I colors l Mon- their home in.Coral Gables. j .I'I'.4TI'I' I'.I J i We still have a few of S4.95 $10.95 Satin Slips, reg. $1.25 on I day .. ...tihi. 7O I

the Dresses offered .in TO sale ......._____.__.__...u..... 1.00 I (See Window) I
Mrs. Harry Pierce of Homestead KEYVVESTNEWYORK r SOc Seersucker, on sale, t..3_
Larry Gardner assistant cashier.. who was here 'for the fun-! -to- ,I Special Sale last week. 45 inch Shadow Organdy, 3 yards ___......._....._.._._ 140 Eyelet Batiste all colon, regular

of the First National eral services of her niece, Eloise! These Dresses ,were' madeto ,,: taIl, _shades yard I Printed Dimities reg. 35c. $1.00, at ..._ ._..,.... 69c
turned yesterday from Lower I Curry left for home yesterday, I sell at' $5.95 and! $4.95. 95c t 4 yards _______............. 1.00 Dimity Prints, all colors, every
I Peperell Sheets, 81x90: : piece guaranteed washable.
Matecumbe: where he went to pay! afternoon. reg. '$1.15 .. _..___-_........ 1.00 regular 35c. per yard 25e
off the veteran working in, the 11 I IIlr. S. 'S. "Henry R. Mallory"FRIDAYS ON SALE AGAIN' 'THIS :40. inch Sheer Flowered. Colored Organdy fine Metalisse Organdy; for Prom

bridge camps and Mrs. Crica Lounders.1who MAY 10 aad 24 WEEK AT Voiles, per yard grade 4<< yards _..____._ 1.00 Dresses. all colon, yard 98
i iI Du -New York Tuesdays A. 3[. Beautiful Silk NightGowns All-Over Lace for Dresses all
I were married last Sunday aft- 25c rsr. $L50.100 colors the'! aeason'a newest.
Mr. and Mrs. W, B. Hunter, ernoon and spent a short honey-' SIGHT IS PRECIOUS 1st Class 545 SOc Fine White Dotted Monday only, per yard S9c

who came in yesterday for a visit moon in Miami returned Thurs Correct vision is vital to Fare i $3.95 Figured Voiles and Ba- Swiss, 3 yards ._..____._.._'. 1.00 2 dos Ladies' Striped Silk
with their granddaughter, Mrs. 3rd Class $25 Colored Piques, 23c, Dresses Monday
day night over the highway. I reg. only aeach \
Bernard DeWitt and Mr. DeWitt, I; your child. Impaired vision in Fare __.,..- tiste, 3 yards for yards _.._u__.._.._ _... 1.00 .. .-- .... __.- __ $1.95
left in the afternoon for their II j childhood may greatly retard Including Meals and Berth NEW STYLES 50cNEW Fancy Beach Towels, reg. EveryUing ia ta. Store Re-

home in Portsmouth, Va., stopping Mrs. Eugene Sands, who was:: his education and later business AUTOS CARRIED AT LOW 75c, 2 for ______, __ 1.00 dnced for MondayTHE

at :various cities en route. pending the winter in Key West.]I success. RATES. $%7.50 if 2 passengers I ALL COLORS ASSORTMENT WHITE Girls' Flaxon Dresses 7
left Let us examine his tol4 ____ ..ou.________.__ 1.00) -
yesterday for Cleveland, eyes now $::5.00 more if one SHOES j Jad arrrreJ for Mallinson Printed Chiffons -
Ohio, and will possibly !leave on i'I for possible defects. passenger. Ladies, MOB sad CbiUre reg. $1.50, for .... 1.00 STORE FASHION(}
Miss Catherine Allen. daughter May 15. with her uncle cad aunt' THE HUBLADIES' P....*. Oxford, Strap, Etc. Kayser Step-ins, Mesh
of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Allen,' Mr. and Mrs. Wm. C. Lucks to DR. J. A. VALDES I C. E. SMITH. Agent, Key West j Low and Hick HU-. Silk, 2 for ____........... IJOO Cit"''. Leading Ladies' Store

left yesterday afternoon for Fort attend a'family reunion in Lou.., OrthofOB Soft-Lite License* CLYDE-MALLORY LINES 1 DEPARTMENT POPULAR PRICED UNES White Zipper Bags, reg. L APPELROUTH
Pierce where she, will visit with don. England. Mr. Sands left toaecompa.n7 532 Daval Str..t 1 $1.50 each .- I.OO 1 1I
Mr. and Mrs. Johnson. I .
Anthony her*as far as Miami. w-
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