The Key West citizen
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048666/00012
 Material Information
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 11, 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
 Record Information
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
lccn - sn 83016244
System ID: UF00048666:00012
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Preceded by: Inter-ocean (Key West, Fla.)

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.' ] PHILATELIC AND NUMISMAT- EIGHTEEN TO BE 'TRIED IN! Newspaper representatives( S. S. company,offices in Tampa;
I cities in Alabama, Georgia and L. J. Jlafwood and II. Chapman: !
t: IC GROUP TO PUT ON EVENT CRIMINAL COURT INCOMING I Florida formed a group of visitors -j Bradenton .Sentinel Austin.tVililismson |
, SPANISH SCHEME WAS CARRIED to Key West this. morning,' ; Assist In Handling Of Relief Funds I
f HERE IN DECEMBER WEEK I arriving' the Steamship; Cuba,1 special passenger repre-, II

OUT WITH ELABOR. I and during their stay visited all tentative of the P. and O. S. S. : .. I
the i island. company. -- -- e !
points of interest on j tI
; The Philatelic and Numismatic Five more names were added i In the party were: Vincent j j I On their arrival here they were : I RESEARCH COUNCIL'

SERVED i Society of Key West will hold an today! to the list of those refusing I I Townsend Birmingham News;I met by a committee composed of NORMS FINALLY t; Secretary Of Interior Was
International Stamp Coin and Charles A,. .'ell. Birmingham Herald : Mayor Wm. II. Malone Dr. II. c.1'i
-, !1 t Key West Novelty Exposition in to allow the State Plant employes I ; Charles Edmundson Birmingham I Galey Robert Spottswood. Clem i i i\ Provided With AssistantTo

, The annual Junior Prom ] the beginning: of December!; Presi- to spray trees and shrubbery on i Post: ; W. Roy Brown secretary -Ie. Price: M. E. Gilfond and Her- I } I

''',.. at'' dent von Mietk-Liuba announces.In their premises. :I and field representative of nanl C. DP Witt After a delightful Help In CarryingOut
hosts ,
which time the Junior
connection with the educational Laurie Roberts 1125 Von Pfis- : the Alabama Press' Association;I I ride around the city and a >'iew'Jcf HIS |
to the graduates of the Key West i! value the I Atlanta the points of interest :I
of the exposition ter street; Sanu el W. Thompson W. S. Kirkpatrick. editor many Program
High School, was held last evening -: sponsoring society anticipates 'I Georgian; Ralph McGill sports' i.the t patty returned to the ship in i| ]i I f
732 Love Lane Joe Wells 818
at the Country Club.. i bringing a large number of visitors ; f'ditoAtlanta: Constitution: ; Ralph lime for luncheon. j STRUGGLES FOR II'' .
Ashe street; C. W. Albury. 510 editor.Atlanta There they were joined by I I
A scheme carried to Key West for the four days Newton state news I
Spanish was I! of the display. Special events are Baker Lane; Anderson Lungs, I Journal. James II. Lee. Miami Herald; C.i!J IN MANY ''; I By HERBERT PLUMMER..
out the programs_decorations, refreshments !I .taT A.I.t Tree
I being planned. 1305 Petronia street. lIarold Cohn. city editor Jacksonville T. Coffin Miami Daily New.and'P. l EVENTUALLY
all lent to give the affair Nicholson, J. Saunders president of the" I WASHINGTON. May 11.-
A public invitation is hereby extended Journal; Ralph I I
Information in these
,real ,Sevillian atmosphere. I to'any society;club or.organization filed cases: were Tamp*,.Times; R., Markham fit.I i P. and O. S. 8. company. The party i( HE IS AFTER :| i When cor.fregional ..... large

As the close of/ school: rolls ,which is ,wiling, to cooperate this morning: by the county Petersburg.Independent;. S..J. AleDonald. l -'': tailed, for Havana to spend Sun- !I I j tmU,
solicitor, with Clerk C. Sam B. Times J.jdaytiin the -Cuban capital and will i.I were being trained OB
y I' around each, year. the prom is the in the1 interest of.our city I Sti- Pctersbinru ; f : I ,
p I. looked I. : Next Thursday, at., 8 P., m., Curry and capias served this afternoon Lee representing: the: ,1'..and .1)4 return 'Mon
outstanding social' event I,'there>will be'-a meeting to discuss i I __ _. I '.Bf "as 1.' ,. after ,President Rooae-
'" forward to i by\,the outgoing class- that are already I I I W WASHINGTON : I
preparations '
With will :
t" menu '!II under way.i All interested organi- the added cases there ORPHANS-SEEKST I I IZIE\VERSIHAVE'\ : ator Norris of j > 'vclta.ked for his $4,890QDO,9OO
be 18 of these to ome up for trill : "
The; enjoyable.program..plannedby ,,r aatioas.areiinvited! to:.end representatives I aigned for years j twerk. relief fund, l.faereraarkfJ j jie I '
..iuDi follows i' to v toe ,,meeting at 708 at the session of criminal court. -I what many people I jI
the I
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l'-was as 'I' .
f" Solo-Paul Esquinaldo* ,I Eaton weet.MIAMI Each case is scheduled to be tried SUMMER HOMES ENROUTEHOME as "lost causes." I I 1]}> nttallr -newspapermen, at a

Selection-Sevilla Cavetiers. j I i I separately.M'KILLIPS.- i The "lame duck" '! prr* conference:

Solo--Miss Emily Crossland. j 1: GROUP TO the Constitution i! I i "I've known for a loaf lima
Rhumba-Antonia and Celina, I MANY AT STATE INSTITU-:I WERE AMONG FIRST TO COME i, the date for the i
UethancourU J i i BACK I gress: and the ; I It j j I'm not loved with the fervor to
Those attending were; I ; i wthkh I think I am entitled If a
Kennedy Betty Curtis, Rae Louise{* HOME FROM TRIP FROM DAILY ROUTINE I SEASON posal was shelved +Ii j I
,and everything else man worked hard at it, .he eId.'t '.
Russell Erma Allen. Hilda De-l|I I j ; i ii > -,
nuentt. Thelma Atwell Betty Mo-][I DAILY NEWS, HOMEMAKERS I --r- ''of years before it !: get .p ill ''&&::r? lut' of' enemiee w '
': I I t''a part of the i I 1 1i
reno, Ella Curry Cora Curry+ If want to do the finest, Fir"t amonrrhaLJ in Key:1 | i j than I." ,.'
Cleora Roberts,' Dorothy Woods.1 1| TO COME HERE ON MON. I REQUEST MADE TO RETURN you I I He was ) I j '
: I I kindest thing you have ever done Wcot for the winter s>season Mr. :. miliar situation' !' ) j
Dorothy Bearup Atinie Saunders j That back in
DAY MAY 27TH : CHAIR TAKEN FROM PORCH I i; was January wh"o
Norma Louise Garcia. Marguerite! for a homeless or orphan child,i I and Mrs Henry Brewer were also, |I Tennessee valley. ... i, j'[some member nf eon,'eos were
Gcshorn, Justine Arit. Laudelina I PROBABLY AS A JOKE just decide right now to open your i gray-haired' l I I I disturbed over the faft that th:
Contra res, Isabel Armayor, Aleida home for this summer to one of';among! the last to leave. They ar- the government I President might: *rt4rt Ickee to

NAp<>les. Grace Thompson, Ruby!' Daily News Homemakers of I j rived November 12 and l left this i I Shoals and use it ; ; ]I I administrate. the hate work-relcfI
of absolutely '
Miami, have definitely set Monday more of the scores 'I'
to determine the 'I
Albury. Shirley Valasco, Alberta'Elwood. ; While it may be intended for a : |I fund.
May 27. as the date of their visit homeless and orphan boys andi i morning over the highway for i electric power. t !1 I
Helen Gate Aniee: I'good joke William McKil-I Since that HM4 Ickes has icqueoted -
Smith Virginia Campo, Camiloy to Key West on a sightseeing and I says girls now under the care of the t i their home in Hartford Conn. I I 1 It was not 'until 1 I! to him
congrena give all
lip of 625 Eaton street, he will *
Perez Claudia Albury Romeldaj;' pleasure trip.Arrangements have been made i I Children's Home Society of Flor-, I Both Mr. and Mrs. Brewer wereI : the "new deal" asvilant!: at f salary of S1A.999 a
thank the who removed the 1
party : this dream. He
Johnson. Carmelina Alfonso,' ; who witl bear the title. ;
ida year
i in their receiving homes in o.
whereby those who take the trip chair from i i delighted with their stay and to probably the bj
the to
Eloise Lolita Cynthia locking piazza I ,
Gui Valdez.
o, -, undersecretary eel th* Intr:" .r
Pearlman. Maude Lowe Rebel will travel in special coaches re- return it.lie desires to enjoy the"Jacksonville Miami Lakeland or: imure being comfortably located has had came on' : | The senate fell in ling. with ,,9!i

Spence, Edna Mae Larsen Mary. served for Home makers and their comfort of the chair a few years Pen, !'acola. I 1 when they return this fall have with Franklin I : idea readilx TLejMtas iife ;in.l.lj p piit''ii
_ f.!'!::. '!$ 1.- J 1 friends* .Farther Iatssiemodation'ef:" ) those longer- ..". ..- These. nomeieas youngsters s.* leaped< the-Collins cottage oft Ver-1 ion i the sitc..of uhat i )t ;jc.l.i .: -

, Adams, Ctlro* Lowe> Marguerite'Valenzuela ': who may'desire to remain over I Mr.and and theirtoninlaw weary of the rules and routine of non avenue. It will be placed in Dam and actually I j overwhelmingly agreed to mile pr'"- ,
Leodawn Jerguson, [ II } Mrs McKillip the receiving homes, and want to I being translated : I position.
until Tuesday, assurance!' has been readiness for their I
Beulah Lee Williams. Mary!I honored and daugnter. Captainand ( get out in the country and free- occupancy. I TVA j Not Hard To Under.l.nd
!given that tickets will be I Wl'lItI!
Knowles. Minnie Lee Wilkins,' that date.Arrangements. Mrs. Odes Pogue left several dom for a while. Marcus C. "Dad-I I No other visitors to Key Shortly after : I j The things said about Ickes and
Edna Gomes and Cleo Kemp. I on are benis made I weeks ago for an automobile tour dy" Fagg state superintendent of'i di playe 1 a greater interest in George" a* he is his work'" by member of congrsrwhile

Joe Pinder George Perpall. for a dinner at the Hotel Colonial. and visited all of the principal J the Home Society: does not blame the city than Mr. and Mrs. Brew- known on capitol ; considering hi. request fur
Harry Wickers.. V. Woodson,' cities on the east coast, going and I them one bit; in fact he wants to filled almost to th? '
,J. Gerry Curtis, assistant FER A \. I er it h said. As president of the 'an j I undersecretary were in .marked
Jesus Carmona Charles Wardlow.' is 'cities on the west coast returning.J help' these fine boys and girls to flow inc. The Ne'> ; ( contrast to those few
administrator in Key West now Winchester: Arms he has uttered a
Charles Smith. Jack Cor mack,' in Miami( making final arrange They enjoyed a delightful trip find good summer homes in good :I company, ,I ratified his <,I months ago. Democrats whs! hauI

George Carey, Tom Eden. Edward ments for entertaining the arriv :and met many old friends in dif I family homes where theywill have traveled to all points on the globe I ment<< consolidating f!I criticized: him sharply before \, ,,,.L
Woodson. Herbert Eddy Francis ferent parts of the state. They j some freedom some love some : and at a meeting of the Key West gislative houses :;: j,( out of their way to cotapim.rut

Dion, Bob Saunders. Curtis Stan-, I returned yesterday to find that{ work, some play, some happiness,{ Hospitality Leujrnc Monday night I, And then came Reservations't; I j: him.
ton. Joe Richardson.! Billy Allen. the comfortable rocking: chair had and come chance to do little chores :during a talk said: : At the time he l i i'I Even acme of those! who had

Delmar Hotchkiss, Woodrow Al- '! disappeared from the piazza. Mr. in exchange for their care during i "I have other in''I| lake it easy! a :i I i announced tidy would': resist i hue
bury Paul E&quinaldo, Frank;( McKillip n looking: forward to a the summer months. I seen no place ;: name of William I. !| requeit either kept cleat or went
Lund Jack Key Steve Boyden.l speedy return of the chair. } If all the two hundred and more the United SLates like Key West. i I[down a decision / : 'I i i along with the!! majority

Robert Valdez. Wilbur Johnson. ; homeless boys and girls can be : Here you hale an entire city of Ala., which for the The explanation for hs: chansr1

Gerald Jaycocks Allan Robinson! I ,placed in good summer homed, the ;| unique charming and appealing! least threatens : ; I|I I lof heart insofar as the boa,: of
ASK PERMIT TOApplication
Ed Neff. Jack Saunders Beryl; I Home Society will save a coiu>idj rchitl'dure. Day after day wee I i i ibhed l achievement representative is concerned.;

Pinder Jack Knight. Henry Higgs,(' GIVEN FAMILY TOOK PAS- j crable sum during these critical have found places of interest I Judge Grubb : ; I II not difficult to find. In as!>'.] it
Sidney Blackwell Emile Sawyer DREDGE CHANNEL; times and the homeless children : rincercly hope that in the build- 'I[ effect, void the I was just simple' commonsense
Albert Wiggins Frank Alvarez,) SAGE ON MALLORY STEAM. I will be delighted with the freedom ing program for the future the vhich the Tennel<" politic

Jerome Berkowitz. Jack Pierce) YORK and change. t Fame delightful type(>> of archilec-: .: thority is serving j jf Since the senate approve: i t oe r
Fred Ackerman Gilbert Weech. ER FOR NEW "Daddy" Fajrg will give I I t"le'tricrower to ,
; ; t j : gladly lure will be continued. "Additional assistant for Ie:t-'=;
Ross Roberts., Everett Hijrzs. AI-)( has been made to | full particulars to all who are interested During their stay the Brl'Wers i ii ,i northeast ", I ptfent RooseveltIkW ''an-
,bert Rodriguez:; Merville Room I II the war. department by the State t in ttaking fine boy: .>or,i formed a wide c rdf"f of friends i: A Historic f i SI aop iced the MtJtfp 'if MA i t Jay Stricken* Andrew NavarYpJ!:I({4lWMUJ lea ; 9 on the Road Department at Tallahassee girl, or .r erTlaps'a; fine brother.and: :; '-0';' +<'t're load; ImA r.W'by the as-I! Previously he I, for thi c4etmi \raft N' 'rf
Eve]10 iRueiU Gilbert Ogd"n.r'Ijla\'Jrr\th' Yo\"fiJw'tork\ City.' JTor, permit to conduct dredging; oi.;ter for the summer if f.nJieswill 4Fmivarve: they will return for the !i suit of the :.tbe\ 'rprk4reritf'' h1t ;"nal'M! 'L.

Sidney CurryV Sidney Blaekwell.i en route tour home in Orange}operations; at the southwesterly address inquiries tON hiDL..tJ: "ndtiwinter'rit'aso'.. ;..,,, [ preferred : }ktes one-t8f theIw-eh44 3"''fte1IUTmlirtaat
H : New Jersey, in thee'dflyVari'of end of Lower Malecumbe\ Key and i it o"I.. I TVA that the I t ,, .
Emile, Sawyer; Jack Knight adore 428 St. James Building Jacksonville I ; I ; <-workfIn'Ment!
liext'ltove *
Rodriguez, Frank>Orta, Clir-' : '' li1b r. .\t lhf northerly and easterly end. ofJewfish : aod-.BirI: | with private utility 1 I oop. 'f' ;;r .' ,II. '

ence, Gates., Ignacta CarbonelL| Tlyegec words: were f'pok.en yesterday Key.It 1 from d&fl&ijyH7] \ ; ;? ,":;STUMALLORY 'i i'j i (TVA has been ;, !I ; While the President-* seid'a., '! .
echoedby ia not proposed to hold' a.. : .
Laurence Gomez. Glenwood ; by Phillip Given'anl be rent out to summer homes.. ample the town of will have final *.,-*,? lUll to hr..,'
v- dersc\ .n. Chester KAowles. An-I Mrs. Give, who with their son public hearing on this application. Who will be the" first; in our COMES TO PORT; under a contract I the money i is agent hP! air! i has !-n-
Mr. and MrsHorace O'Bryant,. Tom. have been in Key West since Anyone desiring to object to the: community to offer a summer I I bama Power Co. by I dieated Ij@ will depevl on th"
Mr. and ?tI...... Mervin L. Russell, last November project should submit such protest tonic to one or more of "Daddy" I, i i ter actually Ickes group for gnidance. That
Sir and Mrs. Melvin Russell Mr.' So sure are the members of the in writing to the District Engineer i t'ac's homeless children. I'I! in exchange: for an ]:i being true and since ail eontrr.-

and Mrs. Allan B. Clcare. Mr. ands Given family they will return for U. S. Engineer office P.: I VESSEL CAME IN LAST EVENING of I ower at Muscle !I[ efcnal district and political s.,b.

Mrs. Ralph J Johnson Miss: Mary! the next winter season they car- O. Box 4970 Jacksonville, Fla. i I Within! few :| divisions; are now exerting und
ried on their trip to New York re- l PINEAPPLESARRIVE I FROM GALVESTON Grnbb's decision
Trevor. Mrs. Hildegard Ott Rus-| ,, will eontiirae to exert prewuie
M-1I. Mrs. F.. A. Ramsey: Mrs. I: Ball. Oscar Norman. Miss' :good; 1 until November 9. >I HERE j jI anyone responsible !I I: change of heart of tHe 'fattois

Dorothy Beaver Miss Wilhelmina; I I !i TV A.. operations i I not so difficult to oMteratand
Goehring. Mrs. Ida Kennedy" Mrs.1 IN MIAMINews to post a '. ;; Personal coh deration
TO GIVE ADDRESS I i Stt>8nl'-bip Henry K. Mallory. of,' un-
Anna Guito.. Mica Emily Crol'landf C TO i the Clyde-Mallory Lines,. arrived'I rare of all damages ,; :'i doubtiHfly will have no part 'n'
Prom committees were as follows .: I FRUIT TRANSFERRED in port last night from Galveston I I their action. His '<, tit nloratwn of the S4.880.00O.09O .-

: I! IN SCHOOL HOUSE has been received in Key OTHER CARS AND SENT I at 7:.10 o'clock and ailed 10;+0 i'I numbered 2,035: but it'* good pMic to playsafe
Invitation: Robert Valdez Billy i West announcing death of clock for New York. j historic. f anyway.
Allen Jerome Berkoiritt. Cleora j Mrs Lillie Blackwell at Miami last OUT TillS MORNING I Passengers! I leaving from Key I II s i I II' HopkuV Use

Roberts Eloise Guito Dorothy, COMMODORE VON MIETK- night. Mrs. Blackwell is a sister of I West were Mrs. Angela VauEhn.j'Mr. ; NEW I Incidentally, there'a wppovd j 4
Woods, Raymond Navarro-'; and J. Roland Adams of this city. }'Uh'eral '! ands" Mrs. Phillip Given,, son,9! |; to be a difference of viewpoint -

Thomas r:4cn.Decoration j| L1UBA TO TALK ON "SUB- services will be held in Miamion There 'were 38 cars ,of pineapples Thomas' ; Eric .Smith ands; Sjno, ;\i between I kea and."Iiarrjr L. Hopkins
: Beatrice Spence,' Monday afternoon at 3-30 j shipped out of Key West this)1a15on. i I : the "laspettor-gefiera! of
Gerald Jaycocks." Raymond Na-i MARINE ,WARFARE"i o'clock., I morning. One of the cars carried I. The vessel carried shipments of the -Big Three" a* to the philosophy j]

varro Jerome Berkowitz. Edrisl i _____ Mr. and Mrs. Adams will leave hulk fruit 'to Canada and the rcafodd': 'products! ,- 'potties Jv.e'! to be followed with work '

Ix>we. Maude Lowe. Romeld.1 I Tuesday< morning\ during tomorrow afternoon for Miami to I other ,:37 cars carried; fruit ,in turtle and canned turtle andoup. I Mr. and Mrs. relief. j

Johnson. J. V. Wo : chapel hour. Commodore von be in attendance at the funeral crates Total shipments of the I 'Steam-hip"Yoro.' of the Stands I announce the birth Icke a* 'the PWA admini&I
Moreno Jeff Knight Stephen'I([ Miek-Liuba.! II. D. W.. president! fruit; to date number 479 .cars.., ard Fruit and Steamship I cmtpany. -! terday after, |i ii E I I trator before baa borne dean
Hoyden, Cleora Roberts. Charles', of the Oceanographic Research, 'Arriving on the Ferry Palma t arrived 8:30 o'clock this I![' 1414 Angela street i: heavily on the fact that the tHing ,

Wardlow and Clarabelle Cerezo. j;[I Council of Key West, will speak", DAYCANDIES yesterday from Havana were 20 ivnorning'from( New York took on' The new arrival j I to be erected, be it road or dam.
Refreshment: Anne Kennedy,' in the Key West High School auditorium cars of pineapples! 9,954 crates;{: 31.429 gallons of fuel oil.. supply pounds. He has I I wa the major consideration.Hopkins' ,t J
Betty Curtis. Fay Adams, Thelma. on "Submarine Warfare." one in bulk. one ear of sugar I I of water and sailed for Frontera. !!, liam Norwood. I r Mea, a* a relief admi- -
Atwell. Edna Goirez. Minnie! The commodore. who volunteer-, I three miscellaneous one passengerand { Mother and (Continued on Page Four) (
Watkins, Annice Sr/ith. Claudia I ed in the World War at the age,. 150 racks of mail. I as doing nicely.
Albury. Cera Curry Ella Curry I jof 15 in the Imperial German and other S.it.l>U Gift Mexico.DANCE
and"Cynthia Purim n. i JNavy.: states that! he is decidedlyi Deliver! mad this afteraooaand SPECIAL PRICES ;I Barbecued Sandwiches
Hall committee: I Jerome Ber- against all war, and since he came Saaday rai.. I -
kowitz. ( i to the United States, he has taken (AH Tfci. Week. ) I tJa- REAL MONEY <
Package. mailed .. order Peli.hinr ] KEY WEST COUNTRY CLUB t' -BIG I! _I tI.PLAZA..- ,
A.to W..i..
Program: Steve oyden. Cleora|. out his First Citizenship paper
tki afterBoo 5
1 Roberta Betty Moneno. Beatrice land expect to become a funt placed l' .nd Stmonuinc I ---e--- I I ]! t j

j Spence, Romelda ohnaon Jay t fledged! American citizen during KEY WEST DRUG CO. II Lou Smith Service Station For Member and o.t of TownG Phone 220 For ]' j SANDWICH SHOP
Stricker and Raymo*d Navarro. 'the fall term of Naturalization Pkooe 40 Free Delivery White at Catherine Phono 522 .eU I Sunday Start : a. m. ]1
here in West
Transportation! : 1 erbert Eddy. court Key .


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br.&P .iib:5i 1 1In KEY WEST IN Today's Horoscope Il ril TODAY'S WEATHER f HOWDY KEYVEST\

Published Daily Except Sunday By this issue of 'The Citizen will be J........................ : !
.V. AMttkAJV.. .......... found the advertisements of many' 'mer I Today's native is aeIf-reli it _
1 From Th C3U.a L1I1l'-c Happening Were J.et 10 and able; but likely to be eray., Tempera ram* 1 showers Sunday over north pOI'-i By RED KERCE

Corner Greene and Ann'8tr..ta chants. Thousands of dollars go out of Ago Today A. Taken From I( You will work hard to make altar 1 Highest ,..,,,,- ,............., ,,_."1 t tion. ..e....*.....c..........

mealy I7.ny Newspaper to Key Weft sari IIODroe Key West every year and it behooves all t The Files Of The Citise. :'in the world and probably succeed' .'!Lowest -....'_,,__.,-,_.18t I East Gulf: Gentle to moderate i ieast And, constant Tear still prevail

Mean ..... ..... In
the minds
that thi
Cohnty. thinking people to keep as much of it at1 The annual com-J t I fiat you should take great care,;( alM;* =::::= -.;i.l and southeast winds. I! world 'wiU not come many to. until itcomes
atered at Key Weat. Florida.a.eoond'e3m- tterVIFTYSIIT13 home as possible.The I' eighteenth Monroe to avoid any evidence of envyorjealous'y to nothing
mencement exercises of | Rainfall, good.
YKAKJBCMB t and above all, not make WEATHER CONDITIONS fA
merchants! of this city- ,are not .High 'Schoolwill be held during : :0"1119 .
....... Pier 24-2> at the JI m ,chief, eye, din} sport, k Yesteiday'al'recipitation :I
** ( t. A the week, jot May t; / While we are thankful that fate
.L:*.r Aaaoclataa rcpabtu-atton Pr.of.."all 1a'.newt.xcl ttiapatcnca lVely .ntltl credited.d to .M to entitled to charity. If'they ,cannot deliver; : auditorium'p{ 'fth **h0blytThe; 1 1I I\ill.1.: be. In ,daiyg r""_ Jo."r.3o; tu J\t,4"";>tnial" ii.'rcru'cretl PrecjpJtatJonmrfiMK ee4w.rerlad_. .ISm:!r pressure is moderately low thisfmtfrnifcg'oreT eliminated technocrat: we're not

It or not otl-rwU credited In this paper and alaa.tha the goods "at:equal l prices' quality 'considered I Baccalaureate<< } seirnon will be de- at X .Vl.rk thin ...rIIl.*. j New England East- overjoyed with 'the thought that
local B..a published has.PIAT10NA1 vtreA!Salida r al i hllgib1al4? ;.)l [ '" \ port Me., 29.84 inches Mother Nature
they:.do not expect trade. AU'that'theyas'k l j Tomorrow Almanac I and over is busy replacing
your f lock.r ,1hluJm( ;
) EDITORIAL 11 0 The; fir ip Sun rises ............._ 5:44: a. .m.j I most sections west of the -Mist equivalent space with ambitious

.: J ASSOCIATIONADVERTISING, : is a chance'to show you their school of Fi'p1 tfhtortSs'letbodp:of..50; ',hurcbr'd ices], wfll I Sunsets .-...._.___..-.._.. 7:02: '?. ; .I t l rrssippi'River .with a disturbance ,spring poets."Can

COLUMNMISCELLANEOUS Moon sets ...______ 1:59 :
ItATES The Citizen calls attention to the fact anthems. The choir has been a. m.1 I I Dodge City Kans., 29.72 inches; the rex of a person be de.

.:me Year ,flMFis ..:. that trained by Leroy BlackwelL I.. .....................".. Tomorrow Tide.A.M. {I I while a moderate high pressure I termined from" a sample' of their
Monthlf a community like an individual. can P.M.I)i[ handwriting asks a professor
Xhr_ KODth. 215nne area is erected over the lowerLake j
Month' ..1Weekly not spend its; money and keep it, too but a I At the meeting 'of the Daugh' Hitch .., .............. 5:46 6:051 I region and Ohio Valley Detroit for i That depends largely, whether
not she's off her vacation,
.It ............. .. i on
ters of the King, to be held Thursday -i 1 Low :5 11:5G|. Miclu and 1 1r '
Pittsburgh Ya..
community $R,000 professor.
up many people, can :
BATES Mrs. Belle :Mead I Barometer 1 I
afternoon, a. m. today: r 30.22 inches and i is high!'
Mad on gilt- dged !security. Write"F
1utG..a"lkaUG.SPECIAL NOTICE spend money time and time again among I will be admitted to the order. In I ," care of The Citizen. Sea level t, 30.03.WEATHER I i southward over the East Gulf and ii I
AIL reading aotteea, arda of thanka. Taaolnttoa frvrpect. its members company with her husband Mrs. < I I South Atlantic States. Rains and i! G. O. P.: leaded<1 have !selected
and its Thisis may96tPIANO i
obituary ,aolfcea.. etc* will b. charged for at keep money. Meade will leave here May 28 for FORECAST thunderstorms have occurred dur-j i Springfield, 111., as! a early conference .
O.e rate: of :s een -a llaa.
'oflr'a for .nt rtalBn .nta by charehca from wblckk one of the reasons for the growth of the Philippine Islands where Sergeant TUNING 1'I ing the last 24'hours from "Kansas! i cite because" it was once the
reY 'au. la !0 ba derlvad are S cents a Una., Meade has been transferred.The (Till 8 p. m.. Sunday) :|and western Missouri northward j j[I home of Abraham Lincoln. There
Tb. ClilacQ 1* au open lOAm and Invite discos communities. We think it is the duty of '!
Mon of public Issue. and subjects of local or central ar-I PIANO TUNER Laureano Mo Key West and Vicinity: lover the Dakotas and Minnesota;j isn't anything promising about
nttrect. but It will not publish anonymous commani.wtlona. .. .every citizen of this city to spend as U.' S. Destroyer Bruce reno. Excellent)) piano for sale <' ... 1'&rtl'l I in the northern Lake region. and'''that If we remember correctly,
rived in port this afternoon witha : ; 4 throughout most of' the Atlantic Washington was once the home of
cheap. 1018 Division I
much money within its borders as is profitable 8Ir'l'1.apr22lmo r"' ,
MOTHER'S DAY detachment of naval Tet'I''f'S'from r. States except in southern."Florida.I'I Ilerbie Hoover.
considered from a standpoint of getting Miami on board. There are : J being heavy in 'Western Florida
three 'other destroyer due to arrive Tampa, 1.10 inches. and South I
what for. FOR REN1 i The only phrase of literary that
The mother j in,.her:; fie holds the key : you pay within,the next.few days,and t" 'i \ Carolina Charleston! 1.14 inches.J jan|i over-do of ejection slips fail

Of the soul; and she it is who stamp the ..t. ...: it-' r '), each o{,\them carries: ,gt.number' ..ofr dBICYCLIS-I :: 1iAtkhe 2 I I r Temperatures have fallen in the to cure is paragraphing.From i .
f r. int.n'-'iiii y naval reserves: J. fro ,.djf/irt'ent: **.<"-. .Hour! Day or'Wwkr Repair .\ Ohio Valley Appalachian' region I
coin 'rtn ,,. THE' .yAY. .TO.. BALANCE OUR BUDGET tions of the eoaet o the l .- Iia. Rockies with 'freuI
j ,,15 ? ., ,1 'flC\ ; ,}country!! 1,, all makeii't'd11 ainl i thbm with and northern. -I
Of character: ,_and'malce.4\ :' the being who '. Atlantic. .{n i,, ('Nu-K"amel. We carry a fall)) I ing this morning in western Montana -.: an unreliable source wd
,\vouldjl be, a. savage ', .J 1t "' h'' 1* it e'd>The fact'that' the British .LIL"Backhot.e1"- J .JUpVly of'parts. Agent for the i I i ; while e1'e\'bere..readings, : are iI i|gather that, upon'arrival of severe
government |
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i ..', I ? bllfflst I Above the dust clouds in the !states! Teren\ly,,
; an .enterta-ipng : end Dayton Bicycles. generally near er, ,lea-J
But for her gentle carc.a.'Chris n,1ina1\i.; \ 1iaslended; its"seco'l1d year with a budget ri : them Partly Cloudycloudy I Fonal a newspaper' photography waitedon }.
comedy drama;' ith nalhos, armless : And as low as $5.00 '
I ,K" ,{' '1/' ,1< -knonymouslSunday .,. .. -i..,; surplus will undoubtedly) move many news tear and laughs, will be presented t down and $1.00 per week. We I tonight and Sunday; gentleto I t" averageG.. S., KENNEDY,. "' a highway all day;,,in hopes ,of
I t1. ,. getting picture of Huey Long.
'paper editors to remark upon the excel- by the senior class of the Mon- Buy and Sell all makes of used moderate easterly winds. Official in Charfa. --
roe County Hiijh: School in the Bicycles. Phone 276. J. R. Florida: Mostly cloudy tonight I
is Mother's Day. Feel it with lence of imitating its program.It Garden Theater Friday evening. Stowers company 515" Duval and Sunday; probably local showers DOG ROUTES GUNMEN BENJAMIN LOPEZ

flowers. can be done. All that is necessary Tne-ca t in the lay is an excellentone street. apr9-tf Sunday in north and central FUNERAL HOMEE.tsUieh.d

in all probability is for the Congress of the being selected from the talent IlOrtionl.! SIOUX FALLS. S. D.-Although 49 Y arK
of the school and ((3 being direct.,FURNISHED BUNGALOW, modern Jacksonville to Florida Straits: twice *w What is morally wrong cannot epolitically United States to put into effect in this ed by an old-time actor who has conveniences. 634 William Gentle to moderate easterly winds C-yeitr-oM) dog, Touted two AmtraUac* S.rvte

country the same income and inheritance had years or' experience.. I street. Apply Valdes Bakery. and -mostly overcast weather tonight I' men who tried to rob his gun-I'! LUa.d EabalmcrFBOM
right. taxes that exist in Great Britain.In apr27l and Sunday probably local Martin L. Edward, of this 1SS Niche! ....W

1932 great Britain collected a .] When Miss Abby Rockefeller, TEACHERS WANTED -- .. -- -
In the United States Senate reference richest heiress! in the world be-
a '
tle more than fifteen cent of the I I
it-I comes the bride of David M. Milton -
to a Long speech has a double significance VACANCIES for all
income reported while this country Jr.. next Thursday in New I
lected pnly slightly more than six per York the echoes of the weddingwill types of teachers-both white] be'fJodn'inked
and colored. Send stamped envelope
resound in Key West. Mrs. Ella

cent. The British percentage applied to for particulars. FLORIDA
Hall. 613 Olivia street, is a joritACCEPTING .
Another paradox is that although our own net income for the year, would relative through her greatgrand TEACHERS' AGENCY IMITATIONS

brevity is the soul of wit most Senatorsare have increased the income of our govern father.General' Nathaniel Greene, Box 606 Jacksonville. Fla..*

funny. tt ment by more than two and a half billion an officer in Washington's army mayU-tx, D to To flee the wittnat -D.vi. 100% Pure Paint
during the revolutionary war. tSU1"e MADE IN BALTIMORE.D 'CIUTPADITI
dollars. '.- FOR SALE ok for .vfc 100% Pure Paint hat often.ken MADtc.o.e
In its best form the newspaper is the Considering that our deficit for the Editorial Comment: When a I ev.r this Labe1 (ott.al.wt nrvr fophcatcdV :==":. .
PERSONAL CARDS-100 printed ... .
.0.vY 10074; n Paine confer* withIn --
of practical common sense. Whenit i present fiscal year according to the lawyer !says he is going: to win,
organ cards, $1.25. The Artman .O elI pen faint law.nd .. the only: faint =--=.--
take his :: ,
word for it. Any
swerves from that path, it., is.headed.' for ent outlook, will be around three billion.? the'case goes the lawyer wins.way l.I- .Press sag." IJU.;PUI9' tfcitcam -a the rocks. dollars, and that 'our national income has PAINT '
SECOND SHEETS-500 for oOc. .. Cook fbrlJiisfacmmteeon the Label** .
increased since 1932 the balanced budget Mr. and Mrs. Evarfcto Rodriguez The Artman Press. .
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w.Mw..w.arw l y-li rfMmmii. Kt t f mtm*itmitmr t*mt.
We would be interested to Know the will be easily attained by adopting' the announce the birth of a 'AH.w...-- .....kr_ Is ....... .... ..td I '.hcl..1. Oralm enlyTHEHBDAVISCa ,

reactions of a philosopher who runs out of British income tax rates.POTENTIAL eon treet.at their The home youngster, 1111 Simonton weighed PRINTING-Quality the Lowest Prices.Printing'The Art."'at &***IMtl ,/nil BALTIMOREMU

gas ten miles from a filling station on a 8 1-2 pounds. Mother and baby man Press. aug7.TREVOR G. C. ROBERTS Corner Carolina and William SlrcelsMOTHER'S J
stormy night. WEALTH are reported doing nicely.

There were 42 carloads of pineapples -.- -- -
The possibility of future industrial development arriving on, the ferry last r
Barbara Hutton Mdivani, seeking 1111"1.A T11111.
in this country is far greater night from Havana. The crates .... .......... .... .............
vorce in Reno, when asked concerning were transferred to 78 dur- t.. .......s.. ..... ........... .. ... :
Oi-I than in most countries, points out MyronC. .
future plans said: 'The answer to ing the night and shipped out this -ALL MAKES .
Taylor of the U. S. Steel
Corporation morning to distributing points in r
question will be no. That is either
who calls attention to our low density' of the north. Incur
notice to prospective fortune hunters or
population, about forty-one to the I i
she has already said yes to the next man mile. square Members of Robert J. Perry I DAY It

of her choice. Chapter of DeMolay entertaineda
The reasoning is sound provided. the number of their lady friends
last night at a party given In the
population increases sufficiently to take I
Charles Lamb the loveable essayist home of Basil Tynes. The feature
is best remembered for the beauty of his advantage of the potentialities: However of the evening was an automobileride
the birth rate is not as high as it was and ever the streets of the city. J FLOWERS
life; for his laughter at .&\\\a\ pretence of 'few immigrants are coming to settle in the Refreshments were served in |
superior knowledge, for.doing.tpose-little abundance and all who attended
t.Ont'i"e this
nameless urirememhered aVts ofj kiWthr A Wand :.cr.1"t'A.i of, republic. enjoyed immensely.tha- evening's entertainment -

love which- are the best l .portion,,eye p aerttyICHISELERS t i r en ;
of man's life. "nn\\ Subscribe* to-The: Citizen. Fresh flowers tender'
a good i a "ro I :
I ,,'
'o T !
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:M-" .i M ; '. "ill HI J. :va' ;>,\','' ..',M2111.Daily( ) News. ) ,. r un e r :
The writer-remembers wheq.l.onfy .Note the, ?n vr connotation of that newly ,com : 1 on.when.lfther gifts fail ?:., ;;", iv .

about 2C years ago, Lord Northcliffe;', .the mon''word "chfaeler.. We "have been 'thinking of CO)L. NIAitHm( : f .. ?tu! n' .:
t I. ",' ." 'fI.:.' .
English newspaper publisher offered a chiselers as unscrupulous business men. They are In the Center of the Business .

$5,000 prize for the first flight across theEnglis'h men who to sweat out a little extra income for and Theater District Gladioli dozen' is

channel an offer so ridiculous! themselves will take sly advantage of their 'customers & MORRIS per
Fint Claw
--Firvproof- ,]
even to his fellow-publishers as impossibleof .
their '
competitors their
employes. Thyare
Seatiblc, Rate.COFFEE INC.
accomplishment that, in mockery, a business cheats. 50c and 75c
rival offered a $5,000,000 prize for a flightto SHOP NOW OPEI "Oldest Continuous FordDealer ] s j
But also as the Teportanow convey thsrc; ia the World" ;
the both to .
on a
moon par are chiselers: in other fields. We hear most now Carag Elevator .
r -
him. of chiselers in the field of relief. This includespet Popular Prica /.. : .

:sons who have incomes but conceal the fact in i Roses dozen : :i.,. S
.. per
I ,
The Key West Citizen reports chain order to receive funds from; the relief agencies.' ._-._. ..
,- .
letters in circulation down there asking $1 By this petty fraud unworthy persons get the food I '

instead of a dime. That may be either a which honestly! needy persons should have.. There IS! $ l O' !

compliment or an insult. It indicates a be- 4s a drive against these chiselers the conntrf Important
lief that prosperity has returned to Key round. -" S te.e..e : :

West but also implies that Another form! of chiseler against Which' the Announcements: -i j. =.: : ;;t : : : :

may be foolish enough t% Key'esters'j sd-.a nistrat.ien of relief "Df'edst'ndtt s.4y to be on lfS Phone ""reservation now to 598 W 597 .
.. ..... ... .. .. -.. your.,
chain. Probably the 'gUard is th3 fli! car;chiseler. .ThU is the chiseler i i

a dollar-dupe and a dime-dupe isn't terribly ',tirhosee W;'fhrc.ugh Political privilege to tap the concerning the redemption\ ',of' 'first and : : '

important however.-Miami Daily relief fund". -by. lt selling relief supplies oft favor not. .," Fourth Liberty Loan Bond hat'e' been I
;, made by the D Department this r ;
News. -onmerit J or'bygettiaga! : job in the administration week. I Supplemental valuable' gifts for mother may be :

of relief at which he is Got capable! of earning his !

i A scientist informs that due to the pay- I II I I : seen in oar household goods dspartment. j ji

gravitational pull of the moon as shown in Chiselers as we begin to see. are not at any We would be pleased to have you I I .

the tides, days are becoming longer and rank class& color or creed. In every place the consult us I I :. :.

eventually there will :be 24 hours -of nun- petty cheat is sooner or later to be 'found. >J o .
shine followed of course by 24 hours of class '<
darkness. As a result working hours will *>n to point the finger-of accusationwholly<< away" THE FIRST NATIONAL BAM I,i i South Fkida CoofractiEngneering: Co. |

be materially increased! bait don't wony it from ourselves, toward other than ourselves. \

will take something hire 8,600OOfJ,000 Pretty "much regardless ,of ,station race orcreed OF KEY WEST 'I! : 'bLt1e'548 'White arid 'EliZa Street *

years for this observation to become a fact. men Due their due proportion of true and y
] Member of the )l Federal Reserve t
", Days are now lengthening at the snail-like honest men, their all too many "chiselers." Good .i I ..................a.....aa................................ .............

pace'Of one second in 100,000 yeat.. ness and evil In melt fa Indiv'idaal'nit corporate. ;, : rn.IJ!" 'm

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f I rlxllNt-sltrn: 'XttJObnT Lt: itt);( ltIAL M. E.: I bTS'i'hdob, 'caR Tc' pThoae Hid
.YNQP3IS. re Ortmt Wayurv.d. I But he'd bet his Sam Brown bet 1 ... abet will b. sent I*
ef ( ail. la votf**** e otecHtetf :
aa .....*.H,. t>r*.* .,.,_ against the chances' of the O rmaoi 1 ',. *..\i.... A complaint boy
.MMft .ad.1",...'Bu..e.. It t bI. at the r1ies Corirerrtteaat lilt -
-.1.*f** owa -.. .Nfttt -C.***r Il.*.> woaldat do crying Wb,nah. Cor. Fleming and William Stl'ftt,1 Cor. GeorgU ;;;Division St*. is cc dttty at thJ offic. from
'IM) a.c o* fro* (In law, t**<*eMt any I .1'1 *. In > m. for the
'l*<* \. HMMrrWMe lorn* MM vaiovte saw him. fehe'd be too busy flaylni I Shuler Peele Pastor 'Bt). W. ). WoTtfh TPkstor 1

rf rrot W:7.. him"UUTK', limes! -pnlfta) itS J eai "Churchxchool! meets at 9:4"6 I Church school at 9:45 >. 1n, purpose of deliTerioK corn-
bck XafOrZxnrf '
> *a.b. 'n ....."....,. '.,..,.moc : down over one eye at a Jaunty angle a. m. "Wmram 'N. Knowle. superintendent wih Hd. R. 'C .aa''" ,.vui4 4o A. dlda" : straightened his th' and marched I The Wesley Fellow ..eveeta t .arvico by caliag 51

_kob/'wr fntBlir their tr"'t aIk.4,<..c*_.cm l together.'Chaptei OK .Ie.. Step by 'step b* ten his dolitaphOsing j tor's study. The pastor is tbe'' Junior Epworth Leafcut. 'Mteets -.. '

down Tils. fplnt. floVn IU teacher.: at 4:00 p. tn. Mrs. V. A. Archer .*...S.C C...C.S.!e..e.00
tee*, -oat ef hU bqsti. toe*. But M INDIANS; NATS ] HERE! TOMORROW\ DOWN RECREATION I Morning worship at '11 o'clock. ,in charge.;

4i was too late now. They must ban II Sermon subject: ""Mothers oi I Intermediate Epworth Learnt vocal and instrumental!! music

*iftlES* WALKAts heard him. Re gulped and opened, BOW ro TIGERS I IN MAMONDBALL Men." I meets at B.-OO p. rn. Mrs. S. 3.Pierce it both morning and evening services.

(b* front door. Intermediate Leagui In charge.Young ..
(By JOVE) Epworth
"Mansion 'via
baa left n Jane stood Ibemrchwmy between Epworth League meeting at
I There will -be baseball eame -- meets at 3:30 p.1n. Miss Venda- "People's Department
** 'fnt1fntf n walking a*Tsjrt James ,
ewrt the hall and the parlor. 7:00.p. m- Mi's Vanessa Collins.president.
*1.bis legs wonM carry! blot the'two closed the door behind him and took BOSTON *ED SOX WENT TO I at the Navy Field tomorrow after GARAGE ACCREGATIONDE- IfneVafkifis, snperintenAentYotfng meets at '7:00 p. an. Miss Norma A Mother's Day pageant

'tolles 'that separated htm, from 'bIi off tits'cap.'One'Rlane it Jarre's*n- I noon. The 'Contest will start at !3 1 People's League meetsat Yates presideTrt That Did Not
waftra. 'BWfler. A Oak Ttnd North err conUnjpttK' ceVt her lightly VICTORY: -bVE'RcHrsoXII o'clock sharp. TlEAtS: AYVIEW: 'PARk IN V" 'p. m. Miss Mary: Felton.presidt'nt. Evening worship-service at 8:00 Fail. will, be Light presented in the

!Titta :Streets. He was late already.0AM ,. I compressed I lips and,James eyes The Cuban Club managed by A special Mother's Day eVlock.Prayer.
woaW have a.Tight to before felt PHILADELPHIA ATHLETICS I Mario Sanchez, will cross beta "SECOND-"CAME OF SOCIAL program has been arranged. and praise service 'each chcrch school building. 8

.Hell. Mr. 'North 'U 'IUtre In the 'Dut with a club of stars picked by LEAGUE 'SCORE OF 3-2 Evening worship service at 8:00()( Wednesday' 8 p. m. Evening worship service< : at
TRYUMPH ovtR BROWNS o'clock with the pastor bringing: :
'Re teaM'10'flrs lane that flipped room. James Idokefl this way ant Pete. which will include the follow o'clock. Subject of sermon!: Young people's -chohr practice This

toYtrptly Mown"to "tile,River Road. that anywhere but at Jam.Re found ing: players: "The -Christian! Mother." At this I each Thursday 7 p. 'In. a deeply spiritual message.

.. Almost inol1nttarll1 fate feet turned himself glaring at the JnoffenslT Ingraham, c; Lncilo, p; Sterling rervice the oldest and youngest I Church choir practice each Friday will be an evangelistic service.Midweek .

''t:lnto It. -Ha'win .%'coward .a 'cut. a tables and chain glaring at the ( eeIsl t. Th* CllUra) 1T; At Acevedo 2b; Peter '(By JOVE) mother present will be honoredwfth 1 ..t 1J p. In. Miss Catherine I IKnowlH. prayer and praise

be walls. NEW YORK, May Il.ThNew ; There -vtas a doubleheader play. church piawist service on Wednesday at 8:00 p.
'ionremtbte) ... Bat b* bad not Castro. 7b; XJbieta, ss; Gopher A. '-gift ,

eOnM not find the'courage to.so back There was a large photograph ot York Yankees went -to victory I Perez and Machin in the gardens.I'ed last night at Bayvieiv Park by Mid-week grayer and Bible m.Choir
the 'manteL It seemed to II. PRESBYTERIAN rehearsal on Friday evening
and race Jani.He fane on over the Cleveland This club will "be evenly matched : the Social DiamoTidball League study Wednesday at 8 p. TO. FIRST

--knew nevertheless, that soonr'or looking James that down those at pictured him and eyes-sneering wen 6 'to 3. 'Despite 'the 1naUms.1 with the Cubans and a very I i tfnd in 'the first game the Sl'TVice'' Choir rehearsal Wednesday immediately ,' CHORCH Sawyer: at 7:45 organist o'clock; Gerald Mrs. Saund-Joseph-

later be must'Co back. It was following the mid-week
is anticipated. .
ImposstTile."toeing what lie was. Jtist ... as Jane wIIS"nbWeneering.Those. Indians"still retained their game I ten defeated the "Recn t on Department service.: Mrs. P. B. Roberts di 3. C Gekeler, Pastor CTS. choir director.
eyes said to tim that Ire was a coward a :18 to 3 score. Corner of White and Washington
to walk'otffbf'berllte-aBd nerer see the American loop. '
and "* failure. They knewthatbe rector. TRINITY PRESBYTERIAN
t .,
her aralD.-as be'desperately leered \11d talk big to a drunken'tramp. The Philadelphia Athletics LEAGUE STANDINGSAMERICAN I Leaders at bat were: B. Powell, Streets : CHURCH

to do. .' $Ulk, blg.to I lilnreelt. But talk 1 downed; the 'St. Louis Browns 7 to with four safeties: in five tnes; CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH Sunday school raeets.-at ,a. -
Well this weaMa last day In enl- toui4h \ ; and ;Pitts with two m, A. c. t.1gi'nuparintenden.The
ea McCarthy (Colored)
bad lert to cWher. 4. Vernon Wiltshire! limited the I Bible Class is taughtby
form. the last hours be LEAGUE Adult
bave: yoa been. ? Jan1ipat safeties in' three chances.In : : 527 Wiliiam Street ,717 Simonton Street
ot I
feel,blmielf, 'wan And1 Just ahn.agn't -- .w. Browns 'toseven hits! Club- w. 1.. Pct. C. I the pastor. ', i :
at blm. the field Nodine and E. Richard Evans Pastor Her. Alfred DeBarritt Pastor
beabutted toipead "The i Cleveland _.......11 5 ..688hicago I Morning worship at 11 o'clock.
'tiours' ''to soft blmseTT The "Nowhere.:'Jtet Valklng-artotind. Boston! Red 'Sole Trtirnrphedover ,"White'\ -layefl> a great ;game for Sunday is Mother's bay and our, I Evening:.service, 8 Pi M.; Moth-
these fltoil tenet< *LTniy yca: >. .:. _.._13 't .684 I I Sermon topic"A Mother'sPrayer. .
y6 .
< the Chisox1> -a score of 12 the Service club while dements cervices throughout the day will be 'e er's .
Korthraps/mer&M pere,were certain been. drinking. You're drunk Tot y Boston .....,......_....-,._ I .611] well for theRecreation t I the ." Mrs.: 'P.Davenport Day.To -:Washington .
the'first time this I end McCarthy flayed : in keeping with the spirit of ,Patrick Henry :Mary
that .
to put In in appearance< to 2. It wa : I'
.5S6Washingt6n soloist
8 .
: oathsome: disgracing beast! Onrour N w York _.._.10 'mtfit. I will be the vpecia > "I will all
said hope
evening. ) '1nt'Dlg'bt' after'two yean Beastfn that the White Sot now _...._1O9 .526 !I Evening worship at 8 o'clock.Serinoit : you
If be bad to listen another halt 'P. WhiteS a itewcomer pttclted: Sunday school 9:45.. m. hand firm. 1 know George will"
leave me here frantic'with _. __ 8t0: -.444 "The Crown of Mother
slab yon holders of sefond placebehind i:Detroit for the Service' ten- at "J 1 o'clock3ermon : Folks to Stand "Firm."
hour to more of Ulr.Xorthrop's a good game Morning worship I "Wanted-
inilety. and go off and get drank! __ J) 13 .278 !J. hood." Mr. and Mrs. Atwood I
had( lost in K. H. "E. M.
Clevelamfl two Pondering A.
ber there sure would be murder drunk! games : Sc&re'by: mouth: subject: "The Morning service. 11
rca dare to come home St. Louis 3 13 ..188N8ITIONAL : Sands will sing by special request
done. God! .How be Would enjoy Service __ 407 112 3-18 14 1 Heart" "What does Church MembershipIkreanT"
She beat her bands together fran- fu< squeezing that fit purple throat. '003 000 0- 388 Endeavor 6:45 m. 1
Llcally. Mr. Northrop appeared behind The Detroit Tigers triumphed t.EGVEClub Recreation Christian : p. Mid-week Bible Study Wednes-

grinding his hobnailed heel on that her blinking sleepily., His hair 8 W. 1.. 'Pet' Batteries: Iwy J. W.lke'nd I Evening worship 8:00o-'clock., The third and Supervised play, Tuesday, 1 to
Senators. '
overfed face! over the Washington day at 1:30 p. m.
blotebed tie askew. When Clements P. WhIte and 1. P w> "Love's Supreme '
was rumpled. his New York 12 3 .800 ; Sermon subject: 1 B i p. 'IlLOther
James ate Ills ""welcome home" lie caught sight of James be was sad- to 4. In addition to holding -the Brooklyn ....12 7632 ell, B. Powell. Test" final lesson eta "Appearance -services during: the week.
will be tn-
flintier out of *MO beside a tamp : lenly fully awake. Senators 'to seven hits,. nTIivan !I'Chicago _.._ '9 "7 .563 Summary' : Error: XSonralei 3. Wednesday evening at 8:00 !of the Rfoen

'Ore. It consisted of ttew. baked potatoes -' "You.he said"you ... contlm p"\. connected twice for 'cafe blows St. Louis} 0 9 .500 Wallace "2. F. Matthews, J.: Mat- oMock, midweek service.SEVENTh 'died. __ SAINT PETER CHURCH
coffee and raw corn whiskey. -'-
His host w.a.. tremely dirty I' ble good-lor-noCblng.lionewhlpped.Drunk Ton and drove in two of the Tiger I I II Pittsburgh 9 11 .450 th-ws. Varela, B. PoweR; three I CHURCH OF 'COD -

member of the I.W.W. Might to be res. Cincinnati _.. .._... ::8 11 .421 base bit: Pitts; two base! lifts: B. DAY ADVENTISTS t '(Colored)
but engaging
Horsewhipped. If It were not for the run' i3adley started on the: "McCarthyH.. : Between PeVonia
Nodme. mStreet;; "enterStreet
who bad been thrown off the Kansas I Boston ._ 6 11 .353 1106
icandaU would do It myself. Mound for 'Washington and allowed -- Wallace J.Matthews. T017 TUrmfng 'Street Olivia
City local a Yew miles north of i I Philadelphia} ___*__ 4 tO ;286 Griffin; stolen bares: :Morning service at 11 o'clock. and

Iwaveuworth. Jamessaw the camp had better go bo_ Father five bits :}before 'The 'Went wild i :
Tire "from the road made for It and YOO Jane said evenly. "1 can in the seventh inning,and retired: rice hits:P. White Nodine;struck Bible study, Friday, 7:30p.. m. Sunday night ce.tz Zi5 I Evensong -and Benedic-

was Invited to dinner. deal with&r. James drunk or adber. I for Pettit who allowed two more.' VIEWS andIREVIE"WS; eut: 'by Walker 4. by White 5; Sabbath 'service I 0:50 a. 'In. ,I--o'clock- 1 tem -of the Mort Blessed Sacra-

He stayed until after ten. arguing late a few things tofeay tobhn that All games scheduled in the -National bases on balls: off White 2,-off Evangelistic service 'W'ednea.day,7tiLp.1n. : -' l'stnttT'p.Th. .

tM merlte and demerits of the capltal.ttle rd rather say to blmalone.." Shemlied. League were postponed on Walker 5; wiia prt' n ss' WIit1keri PtNTECOSlAL: WISSION 1> '. Church school, 8 .. m.
: ysleov He bad a glorious left bases Service ''7. 'Re Sermons at 8 a. m. and 7 p. m.
an ugly thin-lipped smile. account of rain. :3 i; 'on : Prayw' and ''pwriseservice! Friday -.
time. So did his host. By tbe time this time of : 1:20; 'OlIvia Street Week-Day Services
In reation 6 game 909
There was anticipation The !summaries: W&T '01Cr t.w'nceaGNreeeaoN.E4wiui ; ,:ao "p. m. Teachers' meet-
Jatnet bad drtntk his fall share ot cnfle and..-....and{1eaa1lre.It would AMERICAN LEAGUEAt umpires: Ubeta! and Lucilo.In Wm. Skondeen, Pastor ing. : Man -o-n Tuesday and Thurs-

the quart bottle be bad pledged him be a pleasure to Jane to coati -and Cleveland R. H. 'E.I W.Kenitnerer. fi1Mria1 Sunday morning worship, 11 Jay t1 a, TO.

'selfkotemnly to a war of extermlnaHlott ting 111m. Horror ot ;Jane horror "lewYork.-_ 610 0Cleveland profe'* ori"The" I the *econ3 game: the G rage, o'clock. Latia Miss"U* Litany and Sermon on Wednesday -

it tbe dapltaltsttc' class."Shodflng I an4 loathing ngulfed lilm. tie 1 ..._...____510 1 Silver buying scheme is won from '"Bayview Pa-rk tMntwScore Sunday school for .I1, SAO p. Services Sundays, Tuesdays and at 7:30 p. m.
too for them.,. "
>*s peel her-a'Ingdmeut.Why.. umversally condemned by economi fL C.Bayfriew Confessions After the Wednesday -
ne'd'"beilB 1ft JnViaorniDc. A"n llle'k' Lamed! at Batteries:. Tamulis and Dickey:'\ bv 4nningsL m. Thursdays, conducted' by Rev. :
be wasn't afraid "of Jane fiy Goers >ts as -an absurdity a foolish] I ar"k- Sunday night evangelistic service evenlnuservice..
'Brown C. Brdwn
But Ylildebrand. L. Charles E. Lazo. -
n just who be'tl1Iecfn with. lie wasn't the least traM-oficr. t mhnrh is not 0 =! 4 4
nercy< settlewlicb ,and Pytlak.I "Strndayschool, IBm. ;
'flrrt be bad k little matter to I' loud 1
could tot'be pot'off any longer. James abruptly laughed I economics but politics." Garage 000 001 2-3 5 2 :1b p. nu, prayer and NEWMAN M. E. CHURCH

ind long. R. II. E.I I Oneout when the Winning 'run I praise service.Friday EPISCOPAL
If bl.'frlen4.-bts dear friend B11U "It'may seem funny to ,on." Jan* I I At Chicago METHODIST

would look him 'np la tire morn- said.thrusting her face close to his Boston _..._._..._..12 13 1. Bai.LrHlce Colby former 'Sec'te- .was scored. 7:15 p. m., 'feHowship' CHURCH"soxrTHf"EL -(Colored)
wild R. Alvarez -, .I J.. T. McCaskni, Pastor
'. .._._ 272I 'BatteriesCawpoa meeting. <
but 1 confess I tall } Chicago
table. State
the 'uu. of :
lugJames'Beared himself unsteadilyto across anything funny tn'adriinkv* Batteries: Rhodes and R. Feri -, "retary Th have economic pro'blems ; L. Castro and 'H. Castro. Saturday,'2:30 p.m, "boys' and 1 'SALVATDOK"Corner M. A. Moreno, Recording Steward
to see We
hla legs wrung the hand of his lout coming borne to his wire. 'horrible. tell; Eamndhaw, Vance, Phelps and.' c \,'rtmon with all the world .Summary: Error: J. Garcia '2, 'rirls chu1'cb.CHRISTIAN. : Grinnetland Virginia Mrs. M.: A. Moreno. Secretary

new-round comrade and started filthy .'. God. It you could%eeoorsett. I{ Sewell. Shea. ; be denied." I Nbuou. Teal Xfcrmpos t>>el,* do. U.1 Streets Sunday school 9:30 a. m.

northward.Tbe lint mile or two he .I cannot Thrift; three base hit: None;' SCIENCE SOCIETY Services: in Spanish! ) Sunday. service, 11 a. m.

'sang be danced be capered."Afraid James stopped laughing .s -suddenly At St.:"Louis R. n. F..:1' two 'base 'htt' : H. 'Cl tro; 'dtolen -- Sunday school, '10 ..*n. Eft"IIingwonhip, 7 'o'clock.WE1'iYH

,of Janet Atraiaot the ,Northrupst' as 'he bad -begun. lie leaned I Philadelphia -, 7 13 3- Cull EAhlttu'cedutee *f ?ert bases: L. Castro K. Alvarez;' 327' Elisabeth Street "Preaching! '8 > ba.I .

He laughed long- and loud. He hadn'tb even closer to Jan*,-his bands on the St Louis .....,....__.... 471,:, Grandpa :i sgftifk! 'out: ""by "Campos '1, by Castro Sunday school 9:30: a. m. I ilothers Club meets Matidsy. 'DAY :ADVENTIST

!en rrsId t tbe Germans.Had be? table. "It Isn't funny." be said sobery. Batteries: Wifcber -ande FoOL:! ; **I teU them to look to tomorrow ,' T; bases on bans: off -Castro Sunday mofnlng service at 11 8 p. to.Bible. CHURCH

He 'adn-t been afraid to tackle a "1 only laughed to keep from cry Thomas Andrews, Walkup and I and tot:: .u with yesterday." 1. off Campos 3; wild pitches: e.etock. I study Sand grayer' ervlcv -
nest of Biacblne t unlt IfelU yes. be We ought to be crying both of 1:10 umpires (Colored)
In ti
: Hemsley Grube. '- Castro 2; time-of-game: ; Wednesday evening service Wednesday! 8 -p. ft.Oser .
bad. Lie bad been damned afraid. us. Its a mercy that yoa ought to J I |: : Stanley 1m1! Ocmu z. Sonthard" Street Between Thomas!!

,He'd even been sick at his stomach. thank God for on your knees Chat Jertfm.D. Barmum, mew.pap-r] g i -o'clock. Society 'I btnTdng TRIAb" -mud Emma Streets
But bed kept on going badnt he? yovnett .. as I wee At Detroft -R. H. E'1 Reading room in "LA
cannot see : I 'PmiMPa or
'now until you Washington ......_._ 4 !? 2;. publisher Standing of the league: \ open Tuesdays and Fridayi 'R4.tn. ,L and Monte<< ).. William
>JnafM be'd keep on coins are.- ? : "
> you "the Leader
yon as "The:nain problem: of newspapers i "W. TU Pet. G. Williams, Missionary
be'd bid It 'out with Mrs. James Mr. Northrup.. who had been fairy Detroit ___ 870 maintain the' Club- rrcra3 to 6 o'clock. PastonTDnval 10
:'teday is to 4 100 Sabbath School (Saturday),
Clnb Street
Stlmson'sod told Tier a thing or two I dancing tip and down In Impa- Batteries: Hadley Pettit and ,Cuban -- *nd Angela
:.freedom' of the press. .__._ _......_ 4 '1 ..800Hecreation '8 in. o'clock.
tbat "needed telling. One thing was tience. broke In. "You'll hear froth Bolton; Sullivan and 'CMbrane.J ; Service TilE SALVATION.ARMY SonSay whool, 'p. IB
lo k
-- I __ :3 2 .600 'at 'Chnreh services, 11 !
;i Friday
'thither panncby! nitwitted old bore me In tbe morning young man.Yes.you'll J 'Service Tn 'Spanish. .

ota father should aerer step loot bear from me.. If you say a TIATtONAL LEAGUE .Tota Udder. 'OnitftlabioeC'r 'sfAgrioidituru.eoegiai Lighthouse _......_... .3 2 ,600Administration Captain Vernon W. Walker Officer tfo: > tn. .. the 'nwKiiing.t ,. .
__. S 2.. .-.600Bgyyiew ,P. )I. V. S., meeting.J 530odock"p. :
damned .
'over theIr threshold. The word more tomy daughter tn your AH games postponed on a t'otlnt1 in Charge FIltST AI'TIST'trfUieCH :

old capitalist! Ills friend BH1 was present obscene condition I warn of rain. i I "A enrihetit.ofttroned,*t!$% \ Park ___ ''2.4.333 '1b02> Fleming Street I. ml; Wednesday -
rttht : you that .'. ." jirtfre long Iron, an ------_"' 1 '1.200, Company trteWmg '(SUn ttr1 j jsebool Eaton Street fcetwee bnval *naSimonttfn 1 rapr -meeting every1

If. ,. e"UI' .. ; ,. p\Auoas e{ 1JatJrqm ou t -b' }GAMES TODAY cuiture'mean4j ag'rkut4d-e aMi 'fWreit; 'i'iTJan| :. Lejrlon = "0 4, .000 ),'9:45 a. m. Streets j fright at 7Q-p-m.--
.'jatin _
tit \brcnr'iW la (9t'kIdt4001' 'Jl"!
: Pastor
nTTiEti. James 'S. 'Day,
iii4eb b1 i Holiness) meethig, 11 a. 'In. -
btilrint' *
Li Street his bead was a pig sty of a .,., 'traWie 'ETtf L A. M. E.: CHURCH
tvercUl < yqn open tour 'cuktfehe--gotf.I41flelr: AnfAmarffto. TT;* ;, Young People's Legion, 6:30: fefble SAool n 9:15: %. t* .

little clearer. He was not mo aozioas m"rtwal. \\j'Q< *m\u \ \' ) LEAGUE 11 told the." 01ice. sergeant, .. Mrntng 'vor hip ,t IV'oVloek.Evening T I
and ban It out alreadyxopenedhis ;11"1 ,;; l>.nl. Colored-
u0w'to..fac.Jane ttr. Korthrup ,- (
New York at Cleveland_Allen i ivs. ffe are CJ1d-Ttk aaWiII6br; service 8 o'clock I : worship at 8oclock.. -

with.Iie)f. Jan bad-a nasty way ofptUbl1Inder mouth. -H* closed It hastily. -!. Lee. 'Gerald< P.'Ne.U.: S. ScmatorTfrtnD house and I might not be able to Evening n..... "C *, of the Hialeah Bap- Comer Division and Thomas!! Sts.
his bide and putting turned to Jan. I H. R. 11:11. pastor
James *
Boston at Chicago-Welc"h: Vs.: North o.k.tal come down tomorrow. Re was. sAnn'1"A"UL"oS CHURCH tin cTiarchwin -ctrtidoct
tn.i111 'lie wrong no matter bow : I ask one question : << 9:30 a. in.
May you in Sunday school: ,
haunted : Whitehead. "The whole world has its finger I told there would "be no fine.LEGALS l' morning and evenhij ervic.,
Blltless his actions bow virtuous 1 ? U'. a quesUonthat'l I '
go '! I Preaching, 11 a m.
Philadelphia at St. Louis-Mat- \on the trigger. : Dnral 'and Eaton Strew the absence of the regular 'PSator.
'bis motifes. tims'Jane. Corner
me for a long : Union Junior A. C. E. League meets
It would be like her now to say clinging to her lather. nod-' !; cum vs.! Blaeholder or Knott. !, Svvaay* : The BttPti Tfainiag 5:39 .
that be was flrnnk. He had never ned but did not speak. James uked. Washington at D troit-'Burkei :f'ni5k1i. D. 'HeoinrvVItVf "'Pmidet 1,; Morning Pra"ft.e:45 ... m. meets %t 7 '.' Ioc'k. i p.'m.Senior A. -C. E. League meets

been sotsOber In his life. Let her say "Did yon lore me when yon married va. Hatter. 1 l' 'A>* Utifted'r tj wos-a(1r.: 'OF eenmsai.a' Mass (Communions), 7 a. 1m. 1:1 at15 p. m.
what she liked; 'be wonldnt listen. me?" Mass for the Church School fTKST METHOIXST
j 'The most difficult place -in thej that under Evening service 8 p. m.
I Is hereby -
'hr u-otke
finished be would hare shook off 1 1t
she bad
After Jan. amazingly 1 NATIONAL LEAGUE 'fl'ralll l artier *na 9 J:30 a. Ttu .
1 world to get a clearand open pu. mdl "It" virtue wf Corner Simontoa und Eaton StI.of .; Weekly Services
his turn. He kept doggedly on fathers restraining arm end can t "New York- AtfTff of forwlonur and sale made Mass ''tIf Thanksgiving 11 -a.. m.'
Pittsburgh at 1 the'couhfry tea a Whole, 'I B. TX Pastor 1:30 nv, Clasa.Friday .
spective 1'wesday p.
Alien be came to tbe bouts at Oak forward. came around the table "Of and entered on the Id: day of STar.: Sermon } Gee. Summerv
.and Fifth Streeta .beaaw. that the course I loved you. my dee?. Ot I Two games-Busk vs.! Schumacher i is WsshmetoTi.'" i A. n. 1t2S.fcf the In and Twentieth br l the JudhtalClroolt Clrmltr Benediction.Evensong 8 Prayer m. ; 'Church Sunday-achaol opewa .* 7: 0p.. 'm, choir re-
Smith. nrrt p. J of
;IKbta were on. Crossing the lawn course loved you."she said and put and Hoyt vs. j jfPraak ot fti* 'Stat of FlarMa. hand '10:00) a. m. under leadership
under a James tibOuleer.But ;, St Louis at PhiladelPhia-Two' fey JM1"'Ovftty.. I tin ('han.rery. w.- 0. 1 I Gerald Sannders general' sIrper'
icaatlonsly James peeked timid hand on I .
'tbltnd.-Jan and her father were In a I never loved you ao 1 hut games-J. bean Vs. Jorgerts*nd:P.: taos, 'C1aicaco >uTali>> kert' : hit. Cleveland a '_pe thprrift Niles: la uasOShee.wbpref plaintiff. Morning Prayer 6:45 a in I Intendent Each department wieet

tbe back! parlor. Mr. Northrap was the one most to blame. Forgive! m. i Dean vs. :Moore. : "We must sell 'people 'the logic woe tow X. Wlkrt.' If """I...-..nd.If )Mass 7 a. m. in its *-assembly room1 -

asteep la bit chair. Jane was sitting And forget me. GOOdb7S.lCeavrtpZsS. ." ; Chicago at Boston!! -Trench vs.! that principles of competition will dpmd. She heirs. .vi.i-. grmnim Evening Prayer, 6:80p.. m. Morning worship erviee ..t Itftfta1.ELL'S

'bolt upright with a red spot on II" Mattel H. Psttiee4 Brandt provide' protection for the wnwnners. -,Mid R_t,,"*other M. Leikprt.dereaPed.rJatwanlK under th'or* A second Mass on Wednesday*,1106. with the pastor. bringing, anI

'e1tisr cheek. She looked as n sbe Cincinaii: at Brooklyn 'Derring ." "' ''.",,1''.. ISIRWIe B. -&rf' K "-1 9 I *. m. Mother" :Day es-
tLa-a .. **. D .C C C C............e40.C.. ,r In*! pncl.U' d*.... the' heIrs. .Bevlf I appropriate .
WeD crylnt.Today's. Monday.James goes torn* er vs. Clarke. icraBtm ..r 'oth..r 'f"JII tmaitr ,sag o cTHt.ac'c4tcn:
Birthdays bai.kr Thaeei4 *?tia4.'a1as-st., -
Today's I ..
-- -' ----"- a Cwewewe se'awuh .b.w+ws ra.*d. or otheVwl.& f. 'U.* l'lodeIa _. ; .<<''k teeC'fau-......

_....... .A ........ STEAL 'COFFINS *,r In We.C oh.5 s5.'O* .04 Sb'5.b I tad ..-,.hin* Piodvla,. Iota wf, :St Vary :'Star of the Sea i SEMINOLE
; 'Today History Andrew J. Kemp and Mary U Kemp. THE CIGAR STORE
;; '- Jr. his wife Samuel Olin'" Johnson and 'Rev. Wm.Reagan, S. J..
Henry Morganthau! ....... Pi.rWsCHAi.
; ol I.eheu....ao '......_._-. St"Cre--j Antoinette' Jotinnon. ;hlir wlf- and In-chwrge ,
NEWYORK youths- 1
Tyo the born .
( tary of Treasury, W. C. Burrm. wd* wr, are *- .. G'aIKlI.'XamsaovA i
Anniversaries j je this city stole two coffins! from 1826-CoL John Stevens, engineer York City 44 "years ago :. rmdants. Torerlomr or'I""* &< tax Order .f Beifu.es for thheharchi : .human, "home-like 'fnstTttfIdbwhere O-
.. th 1I.cI "'Hmdmperial
I and inventor. exhibits hisJSSMfmyaTTiBg .ltrt.certificate I will Sad pear ..**.! *
an undertaking establishment toot: Mantrr In Chn nrwm of- -
f bt' a Butter -
s*kefe*..e_a*.!t 5 5...a |I *'*' -at Hoboken N. 1 for for sale and. will = at public Sunday 4P.m'I1mc.ll.wm S. esasi .5toC'rss'mo.I. I IA MyBaseknBetnrns[
I were caught when they tried "to locomotive Vun- Maj. Frederick k. Bornbam of I outrry, for rah In hand t. the .id at 7 and 9:30 o'clock. of great Importaare.ana
.1T' '-Henry M. Brackenridge.) I J.said to t>e Wt II highest and bt bidder at the 'front -0-
boras o'clock
them. Los; Angeles falftd-eJplorR. I Week-day Mass -at 7 THre
i pawn I on tracks in 'eoontry. floor of the County Court House of blJt- eseasodIs 2 %
)lawyer. jurist, diplomatist and -.. Tivoli, Minn, 74 years ago. Monroe CVwnrty, lorMa, -In tile City Cveniic'service at ViSO .'eI9ck.! the beset .1 "lie eft"

p.IiPiekl l writer son -ot a noted!, and educator born in "Ontario.! 1858-Minnesota admitted toStatehoo. I I er lesal Key bourn\rest.of ,"Ftortda.aie. e. Monday durfng, the tbe Sundays sad fridaya ---aSeary --- "t'sb -0-
Crd .ar of JMW A. T. 1{ IIi, tft %ollowmr -- koam 1rMa'ewIbIasttIee COME IN AND GET THE
In Tittsborjrh. ,
turr.t-aUthor. born l. .. .. ecIetrk'Collinu .
Canada. Died Aug. IS. 1913. 'I i. Irving:"BerKn, popular tang com 4acrfbd land airoar lytnu- MIXED R3LE CLASS --SlMHrtr Hath. sd
Dea'thrre.; Jan. 18, 1871.1M13.Augustnn I I poser born in ftoasia, ''i years abS beinuIn Ole County of Monroe, Ventilation Fan CwmfortmbT Slat' Door for Beds Sv.m.r Withij.tr.sees RESULTS OF THE
Sunday towR
IS75--Firat International Matof Florid
MH B I ago. l Flee and
1848-Charles C. llonn, 'commercial School Convention, -BaHiaMHrw. Lot Kamhvrea (Jl) In Sam B. Pinder 'and IndlTlduetl Rea*
Rection Thirty-o LEAGUES
F. Beard old- traveler and:popular inthtfr. -; .I Townahlp 8lzty-lz .r. Frank Schlesingw, 'diftCtor s of Ranre u-weaty-nlne This 'laas I meUevtry Saniay: IAs'vf* 1 -0--'

his death. born at Norwalk -' 'born at Sonthingttfn. 'Coim.tHed .,: tMoy -80-a -day of of Yale's Observatory, born in .and/ a half rontahilnte<2C**) a T r*.rntylx. morning UM RarrisSell. as- ta nn.... PelvuSs ...tse --i:: : CIGARS, CIGARETTES,
8 1917.
July New York 64 'ago. j ffitoTitrm at 10 o'clock.. )lea and: ,_.::
Cenn. Died there, De 22; 'fasting. years Hated May 4. ISIS. w..ma. 'pea walk .2:1 .SOfT DRINKS
prayer 1tftd. STtSJtKU 3U.BOTIT."' eetH with .-ay maya ._ ,
sot -een -
1984. \>. 1| 1852-=harles W. Tairbanks. htuaiHMioa.1 --aeeel.IMaster tn Chancery.tT. women Class aad regatdleai I ;: = = Sslh' ... ... ETC
tl. Senator 1926 A1IIvrul..JI I I Dr. Robert *1. < 1q, preeldeab- CCRRT HABRia. otherBible I.-. heeb.Vteeeb..1b i
Indiana lawyer .S. I Nobile Expedition ewBrtta* M Btftte "UnJv.%.ra aft >' tXNeeixrt xaes-rrrt. I or Jenomniatibns 'm lutitefl tbattentt. fibufib' YtRa'wm,
1836: Josephus .N, Lamed, 26th< Vice-President. born in: c 8.lk-ilora,forPlalntrff.maytllHIS txa'c.wcY
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AGgrotThr': THE KEY

.............................. ................a eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeePERSONAL ,

.. Gran Verbena Will Be Put On MENTIONteeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeei ANNOUNCE DEMISE FIRE CHIEF TO 1 NEW\ MANAGER AT


...IS.SI.S.......Sf.....S..S.SSS...SSSSS..j..I. Final touches for the Grand At 2:00 p. m., a ribbon race. J. Markovifz left yesterday for I. I

Verbena Fiesta to be put on at This is also a female contest. Miami to spend a few days with
Key Wesf Melody Hour Held his sons in Miami.\ HOFFMAN RECEIVES LETTER I I
:the Coral Isle Casino tomorrow by From 2 to 5 p. m., a taxi dance, SECURED NEXT CONVENTION E. A. dyne, of Chicago, has assumed -

Last Evening Grand Success 'the Sacerdotisas del Hogar, Caballeros with orchestra Tommy furnishing Thompson's music.-8-piece Waldo Carters who was in Mi-! TELLING OF DEATH OF FOR KEY WEST; NAMED 'I'I' Oversea the Hotel management and assures of the the

de la Luz were ;given this At 3 p. m., life saving exhibi- ami for several days on business!i HENRY HUDSON PRESIDENT OF ASSN. many patrons the same courtesyand

The third Key West Melody "Songs My Mother Taught Me"\ 1 coming committees event which last decorated night by the the tion by Merton Plant; 4:00 .p. m., returned. 'yesterday. '.. .I I I 1 f,I attention will be given guests

Hour under the direction of Commodore ty Anton Dvorak. It was interpreted regular-Sunday cone rt.- I, 1 I I as when the hostelry was under
with tender sentiment and Casin) and closed other business Sonday., May 12,being.'one of : !Mrsw Rosalind PaljnerJ! yes-.j'I f City Councilman F. F. Hoffman Chief )I. the management of Leo F. Hugh
von Mietk.Liuba,fe>H. D the notes sang'themselves into the I matters during the last session to the greatefetjof all days,")Mother's tehfayfo Mimi'fw.. ,( t eelf'ndj is in recipt of a letter from Mrs. Harry Baker of the I ('t!.

W.. last night in the Colonial hearts of the listeners. I:be held by the officials before the, I hay the band will play a numbe-; visit witTJi relatives and friends )j Mabelle W. Hudson, of Boston Key West Fire Department will I Mr. Clyne accompanied by Mrs.

hotel was a truly outstanding presentation Miss Knowles then played Fiesta is put on. of pieces which vill 1 be cc'. ate. Mass\ telling of the death 'of return: over the highway tomorrow i'Cl-ne. arrived in December and

"Liebestraum" by Franz Liszt i A program, which brings many I in honor alTTmothera. Rev Williim Reagan, 8"; 1., rec-l' her husband Henry Hudson in from !Miami\ accompanied by Mrs. at once decided that Key West wasa

It seemed as though Key West's Especially appealing was the Pill I contests with beautiful and valuable At 5 p. m., address by Mayor (ior of St. MaryV\ Star of'The Sea,,St. Petersburgh} on March 27. Baker and daughter, Ruth Marie\ ,! delightful place to live in. lie
i .gifts to be .awarded was William H. Malone ansi) M, E.. Gil- 1 Mr.\ Hudson was at time is credit of the Sherman
leading pianists were holding their Mosso! passage leading to the Church, who}\ was .111.MJaroi i for aj: one who left yesterday to join the fire I manager
rendez-vous. After the already ;Tempo Primo. Here Miss Knowles ,i drawn up and approved. \., 1[fond local FERA administrator.At feW' days, returned y'esterday. 'j I chief boatswain in the United Hotel company of Chicago, andis

familiar strains of the provisional I'perhaps displayed her full ability ': The Casino is beautifully'-- 5:30 p. m., prettiest dressed II.I States navy and for several! yearswas chief i enjoying an extended vacation.
1 orated with coconut palms flags baby girl contest 1 I stationed at West where Chief Baker left week I he learned that Mr.
theme song, played by Margaret on the keys and in expression. I age to 5. Mrs.\ Angela Vaughn was at i Key one ago When
Zinaida von Mietk-Liuba Miss| The director of the Chamber 'and many colored lamps suitable I At 8 p. m.. Grand Dance: with passenger leaving on the Steam-'!he and Mrs.\ Hudson made a num- to attend the convention of the Hughes intended to leave for his

Dorothy Mayfield Knowles offered ;Musicians presented a finished for the occasion. Thompson's orchestra furnishingthe ship Henry R. Mallory last night I I her of friends who will learn with State Firemen's Association at St. summer sojourn at the Alvin Inn,

Prelude in C' Sharp Minor" by j: rendition of "Selection from The fun starts at 10:30 a. m., .1 melody Prize waltz and foxtrot for a vacation of five weeks in!, regret of his passing. Augustine. He was accompaniedby Mount Pocono, )Jr. Clyne made
Sergei Rachmaninoff. t I Graefin Mariza" (Countess Mari- with! a waxed pole contest. and at I with a "prize to be given to New York. While here Mr. Hudson was affiliated arangements to take over the man

An excellent technique supportd za), an operetta by Emmerich 11:30 a. J.11girls'. bicycle race. This I the young lady wearing the pret- I, with the First Baptist John Baldwin retired department agement of the Oversea Hotel dur-

by marvelous footwork on thepedals. 'Kalman. Hungarian Puszta Songs contest is open to every young tiest dress at the dance. church and at the time of his engineer and Milton Roberts ing the lessee-manager's absence.A .

produced a rendition which Viennefe Waltzes, ,Gypsy Melodies lady desiring to compete from the The sponsors of this Verbena Erick Smith, artist with the'Florida transfer to sea duty was serving of Number I station.At '"
would compare favorably! with any '. and Casardas were reproduced: in ages 16 and up. I which it is stated. will be the E. R. Administration II I as a deacon. It was during his the convention the chief'succeeded total of 35.608: children urf-C

offer on a metropolitan concert 1 a manner which at times created At 1:00 p. m., a broom contest. greatest event in Key West this on the Mallory Steamier Henry R. association with the church he in securing the state con- der six years of age are included"in .

program. ( the illusion of a full orchestra This is something new and plentyof year, !is being looked forward to Mallory last night,: to join Mrs. and his wife became attached to vention of 1936 for Key West and the 103.924 families on relief

Mrs. Haydn Illingwoith. Key, playing, of of a Gypsy violin dom- fun will be had by those taking I with much pleasure, with the York.Smith and spend a vacation in New the Hoffman family an attach- was honored by being elected rolls in Kentucky.

West's! foremost musical educator, mating the theme. The commo- part-and more so to the specta FERA cooperating in efforts to ment which ripened into a close president of the state association

showed; expert musicianship in her dore's special tbilitv seems to beEnjoyable tors. I make it a grand success.: friendship -nrhich has since linked for the ensuing year.
Jlrs\ Cambrai Chambers, who the two families.
interpretation of "Polonaise in B the reproduction of grand opera -- ----- I
has been in West the win-
Flat Minor" by the American. com : music.on a piano. Key for Harold Ickes Looked Upon D.ARONOVITL I
Miss Elizabeth Johnson ter season. left on the Mallory\ i .,
D'er'Francesco! de Leonej-Her boat last'night to!! join' Mr. Chambers .i With Much Greater Favor
European background :and .the::, Mariza: '.Mrs. Illingworth 'gave a I ," ..y DEPARTMENT STORE:
German :influence: her musical short' introductory(talk; ,on Ethel- George L Knowles Last Night -"who'!'leff'some, time, ago for i CHICAGO-After being fined ; ("-'- .",I

training;.'-obtained under> famous!j beet' ,Nevin j.,outstanding'American l New"YorldMilton, ,,' !; ", : *25 for disorderly conduct, Mrs. i (Continued. F.rony, Page Q&'e)* II i .SPECIALS '
master of .he art, were plainly in 1 composer. .she //expressed mnsic's Last ----- Clara Steinman of this city bawled I nistrator, <...'Y that ,1b. thing! ',pf For Saturday and Monday ,
evidence. I.- : :j highest: .im.iritji! >.ihe statement the evening at 7 o'clock at I I ward Bayly'' (who acted* ,a|_ jbest \ Roberts'and:''John Bald- out the judge. who then 'raised I primary'4mp *.'.is the Amount
!-'fbie"director then introduced that itachief mission is to bring St. Paul's) Episcopal Church, man. ,,. jrwin, who were attending the State the fine to $50.; I of work'provided. i I.' f 45 inch Shadow Org rj ly.- !
Misoj tim
Mrs."IIlingworth as the speaker.of joy. :fhl .eoiD idu with the purpose Elizabeth Johnson, daughter][ With peals. of the wedding 'Firemen's Convention at St. The '' 'Piel'ident.'prl'umablyl t all shadesyard ,
of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Johnson '
march, the bride entered the '
tfce evsening" l cc.,"American ,iCom-( of the Key West Melody became the bride of George LI!|! church on the arm of her father.[Augustine returned'yesterday.. Accidents occuring to Milwaukee wants 'to combine the two view- '95c

posers, in observance of National < Hour. ': city employes in 1934 ranged points.
Knowles Jr., son of MX.\ and Mrs.{ The marriage .
ceremony was Miss\ Harriet Johnson daughter
llusic Week.In I In the introduction to Nevins''compositions. from the office worker who hurt With Hopkins in the aaddlc. Figured Voiles and Batiste -
George L Knowles Sr. j [
performed by Rev. Arthur B.
ofMr.. and Mrs. Raymond Johnson
however with the
; charged
address Mrs. Illingworth
her very interesting The hid knee sitting lown, to the
church was beautifully Dimmick. 3 yards for
she mentioned that during the past gave an idyllic description of a I decorated ; |I left yesterday afternoon for meter reader who all but strangled! seeing that the work is speededup ,

j fifty years the United States has night,; in Venice as a setting for I with candles.with lilies and lighted) After the held ceremony a .reception -. Miami\ Beach where she will visitI himself on a clothes.line, in a dark once allotments are made observers 50c
'' j was at the home of the
with relatives and friends.
here of the
made vast strides in musical com- "Canzone Amorosa" (Venetian basement. : are opinion
position. She also stated that quitea Love Song). I The bride was beautifully I bride on Seminary street. :I that unemployment relief will JUST ARRIVED : New

few women composers achieved Tender feeling, and expression gowned in white satin with long Mrs. Knowles is a graduate of,{ Mrs. Ray 'Navarro left yesterday with their work out as the dominant con Pastel Dresses, sizes
the week end grand-
I train and veil in effect. She: the Key Wtest School .'
cap ] High a member afternoon for Savannah, Ga.,
reeognition. Mrs. Illingworth is displayed in this number. i sideration.
parents 'illr. and Mrs. S. M.\ from 14 to 44, at each
carried ,
an arm bouquet of calla of the Eastern Star
Order, to visit for about two weeks with
the chairman of the Fine Arts Department The audience could almost see the ;i Moore.
of the Woman's Club. gondolas gliding through the quiet I lilies and tube roses. I holds the office of most excellent -:[! Mr. and Mrs. J. W. King. friends. S3.95
The maid of honor, Mrs. F1or- chief of the *
The address.* followed by waters of the canals of Venice, Pythian Sisters, of the family. Fernando Camus left All Pure Silk Crepeareal
ence Albury, was attired in pink and is ye'terdayafternoon t
; a popular member of the:
Gustav Lance's "Blumenlied"Flower flanked by marble palaces, and a
for St. Augustine, to 1 I IPLAZA bargain
lace with hat to match and carried -!' set.
younger Mrs. Charles Curtis left
Margaret overhead.The I yesterday
pale '
( Song),. played by moon i his
seniority rights as
an arm bouquet of Mr. Knowles
pinkglaliolL is employed by the afternoon for Miami where
Zinaida von Mietk-Liuba. A Good Night. "Buona Notte" SANDWICH SHOP 40 inch Sheer Flowered
switchman with the railway
I com
light touch and clear pedal work by Ethelbert Nevin. also played I P. & O. Steamship Company, and.:.she will visit for the week end Voiles yard
Little Lorraine Adams in blue is attached to : pany. 503 DUVAL STREET per
; the Steamship with her son-in-law and
lent charm to this composition. by Mrs. Illingworth, was a daughter,
Next the "Polish Dance" by beautiful ending for: a most delightful -I taffeta and Rosalind Grace A1-]I Florida. i Mr. and Mrs. I. N. Meltzer.\ I Mrs.\ J, Hunter, government Where fT i. REAL MONEY 25c
bury in white chiffon
were the The _
[ newlyweds will be at hometo 0
rendered effervescent hour.
Scbarwenka: was in melody I II
style by Miss Knowles. With the last phrase of the provisional flower girls. I their many friends at 1202 Eddie Thompson,-employed with I school the: teacher Marine who Hospital was a left patientat BA'RBECUE. Crisp Organdy and Net

The commodore reminded his ,I theme.. song the concertI The groom was attended by Ed- Seminary street.SPECIAL I the Fruit Growers Express who terday for her home in Avon yes WICHES. SAND5c uo? ..____m Dresses for Graduation,
Mother's Sunday I close-much too eooni .--- ._ was in Key West for a few days
audience of Day on came to a --- -- --- Park. at each
and played the very beautiful i I for: a highly appreciative audience. with his family. left yesterday for HOME MADE SOUPS 5c
I Country Club his headquarters in Jacksonville.Mrs. at $4.95 S10.95
CHURCH "" """' ""-'"
;- Mr.\ and .Mrs. Harry Roberts

Shower Dance TonightThere \ left yesterday afternoon for Baton LARGR PONY OF II NiW ASSORTMENT WHITE
Harry Baker and daughter 5c
I Thursday In EVENT TOMORROW\ Ruth Marie, left yesterday' after- Rouge. La., to visit for a while DRAUGIITBEER ,-- .. SHOES i just arrived ftc
will be a dance held at with relatives and returning will Ladic. Men end ChllJr.aPusips .
Honor Of Miss Doris SawyerHarris the Key West Country Club to-, noon for Miami where they will stop in Palatka to attend the OVERSIZE SURPRISE 5 :I Oferd Strap, tie.
.. join Chief Baker who is .returning c r
night which will be given for I The Methodist great council Pocahontas which SANDWICH at .... .... ..1 Low and ftifk He.U.
-- Fleming Street to Key West over the highway !
An enjoyable miscellaneous Williams, Charles Mbtthews LeonI members and out-of-town guests.. Church will honor'the oldest and tomorrow. will meet May 21. They expectto 8 oz. GLASS OF SWEET POPULAR PRICED LINES
Many excellent numbers : be absent about three weeks. 5c _
shower honoring Miss Doris Sawyer .;I ard Sawyer, Everett Sawyer lIerI will I youngest mother present at the M3LK. at ---- -- -.--.
make the dance w
I man Bethel. Gould Curry Eugene up program and< evening service: Sunday. Joseph Allen advertising manager -
whose marriage to Timothy I j( Buckley Laura Canfield S. W. the event i is being looked forwardto j The pastor will use as his theme, and assistant business manager r SILVER SOCIAL Large: Bag of Saratoga 5

Pittman will take place on May:;'; Lowe, Clara Beacon Curry J. Y. with much pleasure by those. "The Christian Mother," after I of The Citizen and Frank Potato Chip C

17, was given Thursday afternoon -;,>! Porter Jr.. Delmar Butler Beryl who propose to attend.. I which a gift will be presented to I Alvarez, delegates from St. Paul's Benefit-St. ?..!'. Junior Choir
---- A of Potato Chip
by Mrs. Mervin L. Russell I'1'Curry, James K. Brady R. P. .S..eee e.eee S eeee-e..55 S S"Mother'S the oldest and the youngest mother Episcopal Church to the Diocesan PARISH HALL portion I HOLTSBERG'SMother's
served free all andwiche
and Mrs. Olaf Soder rg. I Illiner I T. A. Lumley Hastings C. in attendance. Convention at Daytona Beach returned Tuesday Evening- O'clock on *
The delightful affair was given::: Smith Harold C. Thompson D. J. The choir will provide special yesterday. I Refreshment Will Be Served DaySPECIALS

in the Armory on White street;]' Buckley, Julia Hernandez, E. L. 1 55 5 SS SSSSS 5555 555.55555 music in keeping with the occa- .5 -. --

and was largely attended. A color 1]I Conner George B. Graham, M.\ Johnson Sr., of Key sion. Leonard Warren son of Mrs.\ '

scheme of yellow and green was i Claude Albury, John W. Hattrick, West, is the author of a dedicatory Leonard Warren, student at _.*,_--, ---s-
carried out in the refreshmentsand Liva Albury, C. E. Dickens Wnu MOTHER'S DAY school for the blind at St. Augustine -
I song which has just been issued Ki-
decorations. Beautiful ferns! V. Albury. John Costar Tom Fla., arrived yesterday to GraduationShoesBeautiful I' Embroidered Japanese
bthe publisher Inc. .
I and a -- at $1.98
and cut flowers ornamented the Curry,. George Kantor Harry N. copy spend< a vacation with his mother. monas -
of the initial number In loving of Dear ,
words and memory My i Chiffon Voile, Dresses. size.
where the event James S. "QUALITY SHOP"Stylists
spacious John Fleming
room Baker
II I music received by Mr. Johnson. Mother and Sister, Margaret and stock of Graduation 36 to 52, graceful styles.
was held. Moore Carlyle Roberts, Robert Mrs.\ Warren Watrous was an Shoe just received. Also for Women-
The title of the song is "!\lother' Emma Niehaus. who died May 9th __ m" '" $1.98 and $2.98
Mrs. James S. Moore\ was winner Cash Frank Papy, Menendez Key arrival yesterday from Hender- newest styles in Footwear for SATURDAY AND MONDAY:
Old Arm Chair, two verses and llth 1311: Beautiful Handbags $1.00
of the first guessing contest I I Edward Sawyer, Roy Lade Dot I'On. N. C.. to attend funeral services -, Ladies Misses and Children. SALE Guaranteed Silk
and and Years and have and Bobolink
chorus the words years passed
and Mjss Roberta Matcovitch was J( EI ood. Ivan ..Elwood Nellie Mar-\ are still I miss them, yesterday afternoon of her Our stock i i.. complete size with Another Big Shoe Day Satur- Hose ,.-""h' $1.00

winne: OfMho. second.' Door-prize[[: 1'ero. \""IP.' Archer J. R. Hyman, 1. I ."'ieP4t. may think the woundsare father- the late' Edwin' M. Phil- every material style and every color., Pricesare every day at this store. SInaI'!. Handmade rffcfct Gown $1.00

wail won 'by Miss Helen Cavinessj'[Susie Sketton Sj B...Pinder, Orion Oh, how we miss our mother healed, ir.. ,,' low. every Snappy New1:Shoe*, fit aU Silk Slips ''made ;sif fielding

and;,MiM Rotnelda Johnson the]I I Lounders,.Carl; Bervaldi, Hershell Always so kind and true; I Little do-, they know of the LAST DAY TO BUY White; WtiHe with Black or ) Silks --;,.....u 0. :<"V8WalhuwwV '
prize- for the girls 'who assisted I Williams Leo Williams Rispah She loved to make us happy. row ItfTi? Mrs: George Roberts f) left yes MOTHER'S DAY GIFTS, Br6-wn'trwiiniiipi. in PuniiMi SUka... ..nmtt"'
IB.'serving\' the refreshments;, I Russell.. Irvin. Sweeting;, Elise .As God would have her do. That lies in heart terday afternoon" for Miami where Large and beautiful collection Ties.: Oxforite.-actusl $ ,!)Q'I : ''ftei't4ht. .vuL 4, *)+. 41.00
Mrs. Hilburn' R.I' Collins 'j r Russell Hoff Mervin L. I my concealed. lOW'wilF pend several weeks with of items *uita1>Ie forMother's ,ansi| $2.95 grade, ,.fjn ..sale. ,
( 'as Kelly : Printed cliIIfs'yitt. regular
V I \\tj' \ 1'4 'o.\, ; per pair .. ... $1.98 j .
2. --'- --
f ; 4t her" oh"ahd dau M Mr. Day Gifts. Practicable .
slated >Mrs. Soderberg and Mrs.Ruosell Russell, Rots C. Sawyer, Ross C. r-in-law. discount all other ,3' ; W\ '" SI.OO
: God loved them too I thought Special on ;
In receiving the guests.!!Sawyer, Jr., John Roberts May- For Our hearts are filled with sorrow I Ud-eO \ ...>>
The honoree received many beau ,: nard Baker, Vincent MeDermott\ I one we love so dear; : To take them home to be at rest. -' room Slipper. Hosiery, Hand 200 .pairs elteJ\) Sandajt -.. ,. ,\ ,.....-t"1TT.r .*-*.**:
tiful and useful gifts. : Maxwell Russell Raymond Bethel I She was the sweetest mother. I I Mrs. Victor Moffat left yesterday kerchiefs. 'Yhite and Colors. pair'..=.:... Linen Table Clotfa; oh' air
Pajamas Slips.
The following young ladies H. R. Collins Olaf Soderberg B. I But she's no longer here. And All now they calmlsleep at last afternoon for Miami where Nightgowns and scores of ..........._._.. $1.00 and $1.25 at .... .. .... ..- __ $1.00
pain all grief, all !suffering '
nerved refreshments: Edna Mae C. Papy. Chorus I I past. the will visit for two week She others including; many novelty Boy and Girl. Shoes, Ox Special keie flven with
fords. Strap' Sandals, small
Russell. Barbara Carey Romelda Miaaea Dalia Sawyer Lillie Mother's old arm chair is empty, Softly the stars are shining upon was accompanied by her daugh- items. i size 2 to big 2. pair .............. Mother". Day gift
Johnson and Genia Hoff. Roberts. Rose Tift. Alberta El- For mother sits there no more. their filent graves. ters. Misses Edith and Annabel, NEW HATS line of "..?. $1.00, $1.25 and $1.50 MONDAY SALES
Those attending were: wood, Alice Jenks. Mildred Olsen, She has joined the angels I There lie my mother and sister I who will stop at Marathon to spend Hats Just in received various a styles.new Comein i Big i Beys' Shoes. jut like One case of Broadcloth fCl:.

Mesdames Noel Baker Clyde I Vanessa Collins. Sylvia Sawyer, On God's golden shore.Mother's sleeping.The and see them.BAThING II Dad's sizes 2*,4 to 6. in all lie, on sale yard ., lOe

Baker. E. V. Sawyer Myron Rns- Geraldine Steadman Virginia old arm chair is idle; ones I loved but could not SUITS White all Black and White One cane Printed .Flaxon on

rell. Clarence Thompson R. M.\ Whitmanh Nellie Albury. Sybil We gaze at it all day long save. s PALACE Latest styles now on display and PRICES.Black, AT REDUCED I sale per yard u.....- 1S

Daniel C. AL Russell. Ira Thornp1son i G. Roberts. Annie Gardner, Jen- As we think what joy and happiness -I Gary Cooper-Anna Sten in The famous Sundial Shoes for SOc Fine Seersucker, on sale,

Grace Roberts. Thelma Rob-I]! nie Mae Johnson. Florence Al- From your lonely and sad daughter THE WEDDING NIGHT A tremendous stock ofLadies' Boys and Girls. Every pair 3 yards :* :.u..u.. .- $1.00

erts. Antonia Molina Fred Dion.1J. bury, Wilhelmina Goehring May Have been ours since the day we and sister MATILDA Comedy and Short Reel Misses' and Children'sDresses. of I guaranteed all leather at reduced I Boys' Longies, all size i on

S. Russell Ruth Ktrchheiner,< Hill. Roberta Matcovitch Edith; were born.DANISH. i MANEGOLD, nee Niehaus, Key Matinees 10-15c. Nijht, 15-25c Silk! Underwear.Also lArge showing prices. sale ... -.-... ._.-.-- -. $1.00
Harry Pritchard Howard Weath- Mae Roberts Dot Elwood, Har-, West Fla. may 11-1 tx GRADUATION GIFTS Little' Boys' Suits left over Boys' English Short, on sale

erford Leon Peacon. Charles riett Johnson, Juanita Mayg.\ Isa- STONE AGE I Not too early to begin selecting I. from Easter. $1.25. $1.50 f at.------_......-----..... .. SOc
Hoeffer Leroy Sawyer John belle Kelly Dolores Cuervo, Helen Graduate. and $1.75 grade all at only. 8lx
The Gifts for the Sheets, 0.
average University of Michigan Peperell rrg.
. .. __
Wells Dalbert Bethel Arthur Caviness Louise Curry, Eliza RELICS ARE CHEAP, students carries $%.98. in Our tock is complete with I each 89c $1.15. at ...-.-.-..... .. $1-00
Curry. R C. Warren, Leslie E. Gardner, Ida Kerr Mblvie Not- ready.money, according to the Special Sailings every wanted item.MONDAY ALL LADIES' DRESSES 3 doz. Hats, see window, on

Russell Paul Mesa. James R.', tage. Beulah Lee Willams. Ro
Curry, Jr.. Edna Albury Naomi( melda Johnson, Barbara Carey May 11.-So; KEY washable ISc Come in and see Silk Dresses; reg. $5.00, en
yard ,
Osterhoudt Willard Mason. Alice, Edna Mae Russell Xenia Hoff. littered is the soil of Denmark with I'I II I WESTNEWYOR' Printed Chiffon, per Voile.-yd.. 2Sc 100 Silk Dre*..., .. _*>_ at sale -__-. .-.-. -_..u. $3. 5

.. flint tools and weapons that.a l'Ii i I II II II White Honey Comb. yd. .. 25c: I $1.98, $2.45 and $3.45 Special table with Children'.
I collection of several thousand I Silk Pique alt colors yd. .. 39* $5.95 and $6.75 Dresses on Socks pair ..._....._._ .___ 10.
School P.-T. A. Big Surprise Dance stone age axes, hammers, arrows 1]I ( Eyelet Batiste all colors, per sale at only $4.95 and $5.50 Silk Pajamas for Graduation

spears and knives were sold atI]I yard .._....:.?_.. _-...--.. 59e I New shipment of Smart Wash prevents ...___..___-...... $1.00
OFficers InstalledAt At Club TonightThere auction here for an average: of 45'j I S. S. "Henry R. Mallory" Just received New Candlewick Dresses sips and $2.95 Pajama Ensemble, en sale

cents each. I FRIDAY, MAY 24 Voiles, in all colors special I 100 new Voile and Flaxon at ..-.._......_......_........ .. $1.98
Monday, yard ..._....... .. 45c Wash Dresses on sale at
the last regular meeting of will be a Big Surprise Due New York Tuesdays A. M. --
45 inch White Transparent Organdy each .._..... .. __. $1-00 $1.35 Printed Silks, on sale.l
the Harris School Parent-Teacher. Dance at the Habana-Madrid Club Preliminary work )has been SIGHT IS PRECIOUS 1st Class S45 per yard ..._.-... 39e Again Fast Color- 'Flaxon''' on per yard .-..u_.__......... $1.00

Association held Wednesday aft.*1 tonight and as implied in the title completed for the planting of 100: Fare ____.. Printed Triple Sheer Silk, per sale yard ..._-... __ ..- .. ISc White Pique, reg. 25c, special.
ernoon Mrs-,E. Ifenriquez installed'of the event there is something to square miles of trees to preventsoil Correct vision 'is vital to 3rd Class COR yard ..._...m.. .....-.......... 79e 100 pieces of Better v"Grade per yard .. ..................... 20e
the following officers for the ensuing -' be looked forward to which will erosion in the Pajare valley, your child. Impaired vision in FareIncluding ___ & > 40 inch Baronette Satin all Flaxons on sale, 3 yds. 59* 40 inch Rough Crepe regular

year: t be announced'tonight.. in California. childhood may greatly retard Meals and Berth colors, yard ,n' ......_-.... Sic 40 inch Solid Organdy yd. 23 89c, per yard __........ ,61c
Mrs. James Singleton, presi-t' The management of Jhe Ha-! II j JI I his education and later businesssuccess. EVERY ITEM IN THE STORE i 40 inch Printed Organdy per $2.95 Axminster Rugs, en vale

dent. i bana-Madrid is attempting to. 'I ? AUTOS CARRIED AT. LOW REDUCED FOR MONDAY yard .... _. "-__. .. .- 25 at.___ ._. -.--.__.._'" $2.2S

Mrs. W. P. Archer, vicepresident. give its patrons a variety of entertainment -, I MONROE THEATER Let us examine his eyes now ATES.., ,$5.00$27.50 more if Z.if. passengers one- I -THESTORE .One Swisses case of yard 39e. White... .Dotted-.- 2$. Zipper Dresses for Little Girl' ,
-- at. .. __ ..... .. 9 8.
and has arranged a for possible defects. ,, -- -
I Janet Gayner-Warner Baxter passenger.C. 36 inch Solid Color Piquea.3k ,
Mrs. Rebah Sawyer, secretary.Mrs. goood program for tonight. I I --1_ Of FASHION quality on sale yd. 25* Zipper SfeIh Shirts for Little

Helena Adams, treasurer. 1 I ONE MORE SPRING DR. J. A. VALDES F.. SMITH Aj.nt. Key: Weal Store 39c Seersuckers, yard 29c I Boys ...f.....-.. .-....- .. 89e
Miss Leota Grillion. historian. Cit LeadingLadies -JOE. White Slajcks.; all sizes $1.00- j jv
and J. C. Sanchez for their kind' I .Matlneot Balcony lOcj .0rcJ...- I Ortltocon Soft-Lite Licensee CLYDE-MALLORYLKES APPELROUTH I I '
The organization also wishes to
work of
examining the eyes of j I'-
f Ira 18-25
15-20c Night, 532 Dvval Street
publicly thank Drs. J. A. ValdesJ the children of this schooL -- -


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