The Key West citizen
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048666/00014
 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 14, 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: UF00048666:00014
 Related Items
Preceded by: Inter-ocean (Key West, Fla.)

Full Text
--. ._ "'-- -- ..... .. -<- ''"' -.-
_' : ''''' ",. ,. ; .
\ ,
: '" '._ _





- -- _. ----. .

: '. '

Service.Press Day .Wire. !, t* ...,''-."(' Ctje lW (! t' Key West Florida, has the

For 65 Years Devoted to the ; est 1 13tn most country equable; with weather an average in the

Best Interests of Key West range of only 14* Fahrenheit



-- - -

Key)West WillConsideration ReceivitFn-st. RESIDENTS SEE' .FINAL,CHECK:OF" MONROE CENSUS' .. ..- J England E cleavors toTo\Quiet Europe

: I3335j
: f .
In MatterOf; A'.
I As Hitler
Scares Continent
: 'and at is shown Spirit
It final report on the census recently > county large tol

I !. be as follows:

Establishment OfUFteePort completed in Monroe Precinct 1 ......... ...... 936: |j 1--- - _. -

COMPOSED OF EAGLE' 'ROCK I II county by Chief Enumerator Millard -}] n 2'_ _-'" !))6 :\1 fi :' II'1'.IIfT :

.. ........ GUARDS RETURN "' A
I t. 3 ..._ : 1.12 II I British Government Con-

!' ----I PLANE WITH TWO GLIDERS B. Gibson and his corps of I .. .J .._._...._._.... 1.7 H I I

Island City To Be One : I > IN TOW DEPARTED FOR assistants, allows a population of I 5 ......__....... ::,682 I FROM 1 DUTY ON I PLAN TO JUVENILE ELECT JUDGE centrating Full Weight

Of First To Receive: REDISTRICTING HAVANA: : ::: ::= = ;: i s
I I i Of To
13335. j Prestige Prevent
MEASURE KILLED I ". 8 .__..._.... 192 FLORIDA KEYS: tOT A.:;;;;;; rr..., !

Instructions On Method!I I I -- The figures were compiled in I I' ". 9 _._. 2iOI ,; i I TALLAHASSEE. May 14. j I Another World War

COT Ammmrtmtr Pr... I I Key Westers were treated to aright the regular form required by the;I 10 _..._...._._.. 403I iI I -The *e...%te IvJaj passed a J
TALLAHASSEE. May 14. I i of a skytrain today, which j I I .I
Of Procedure I j CPDERS TO BREAK CAMP:I bill by Comes providing for

-Tb. Boue killed by indefinite arrived in Key West from Miami bureau and forwarded Saturday!L!I Total .. .. ...-.,-... .....13.33 ; I. the election, "the tame a. i

I postponement, nsenate 11:45 o'clock this morning and afternoon to Nathan Mayo coin-:: The foregoing: figures shows! SAID TO HAVE COME AS I other county official of By HAROLD P. BRAMAN

I ICI bill by Corner, requiring left for Havana 1:40 o'clock. that there are 12.170 souls' in i judge of the juvenile court I tRy Amorlatnl Pre .l
PAUL agriculture at
Br redistricting of countycowinis.ioaer. The rkytrain was composed of Key West' proper and 1 on the of Monroe county for leer May 1"Witla acomple.
C'I.I.1.1(1..r ...... tltlaenlWASHINGTON.(.rre.p.ade.tl ( district in an Eagle Rock plane piloted by hassee. I Florida Keys in Monroe county, LAST NIGHT I!! ,.ran.t $600 per ,.e.r. The .' .f fear sad distrustdomi.atiag

,. D. C.,) Monroe couat/. Elwood Klein, of New York with I Census by precincts in the cityHEMHIOFHCEKSI '" 865. alary will be payable from
1 I
two gliders in tow. One of the ; the fine and fcrfeiture fund ,[ all Europe tile British

May .-Key West will ::I1"1'1'.IT.I'.AfT..I'.4 I gliders was piloted by Jack -- Like a bolt out of a clear blue I i I of the county tI government, itself! sharing. .in that
O'Meara. of New York and the 'f

have the inside" track'when j other by E. Paul DuPont, of Wil ,!!r&TEAMHRjGATUN a sky' came the orders Saturday! for i ''' ;' : ,'i feelinf"of uncertainty, !i. co_
the'race for1' free'port-facilit mington. Delaware. the Key West and Miami detachments -,I __ ..:._1 ceAtrU.r':tk*.,f.Il ,weight of itpr >

When within about half a' mile I INSPECTSrJOCAftli.MAM 1 !f iHJFt\( FRUIT'' LINE i Florida National Guard, to ,
ties! ;in the>United'States gets TRIAL of the Pan American? landing! break the CITES t'i WJMARI E i. .. *.,.. (real effort lo |>reivent -
camp on keys and re-
under way'in: earnest, it was I It& field the gliders were d "eonnl'd'i j I another. trorlJ war.Germany'sreturn .
1\ cd from the pilot plane and each' 1 lHOSPffi j! {) : turn to their homes :said Major i .
Icarnedtltietetoday:? IN TALK
l THIS AFTERNOONALL other. and after a few gyrations Wm. V. Albury t ;iis morning. i I lo what tVBritisli !, :

Key West" is one: of only ll and evolutions, alighted/: as easily i!1 There had been no indication regard as the "...-"at mil'
l I SCHOOL taristier *,irit t'aQ.oel&& that fear and
about 30 cities which have birds and as gracefully as two monster INTERVIEWED AS TO WHAT, VESSEL SAILED TODAY FROM: that there was' to be any change I i AT TODAY: distrust here and ont.he- con-

informal applications on t OF MORNING SESSIONOF Simultaneously! with the arrivalof j EFFECT PROPOSED HOSPITAL .;' PHILADELPHIA ON FIRST' in the activity on the keys and ', -- I tinent. To combat this, Britainis

i t l i not the slightest intimation that nurturing a vast
CRIMINAL COURT TAK- the Stinson security
skytrain Yo'
was a
file with the Foreign Trade IN MIAMI WOULD ,, ,! COMMODORE VON MIETK- of
f plane with Pilot Charles Clement j I PASSENGERCARRYINGCRUISES i the troops were to be returned to tem the powers.

Zones Commission and will I j EN UP BY DEFENSE ATTORNEY at the stick Augu tin Parla. HAVE ON HOSPITAL HERE I TO KEY WEST t t'i j i their home stations. The orders II' LIUBA DELIVERS ADDRESS. Peace Chief Aim In E.|Uad

consequently one of the' IN ARGUING MOTION Cuban aviator and Metronome i -- came a3 a complete! surprise. 'I No nation wants war less iixn
News Reel Cameraman Joe Gibson -j, i RELATING TO ACTIVITIES;
j Major Albury returned Britain, for the trade and .
first to receive instructions! record of j i Steamship Gatui, of the Standard ye ter- poli.c
who was making a Will the establishment: o! a hav !I i i OF CRAFT DURING WAR
I i: '' Fruit and Steamship Company -: day. Captain; Leslie Russell and ,I 1 lire of the entire British 1'11'-
\ the landing and the maneuvers. pital) of the United States Public I i iI
a* to the procedure which The of B. Graham i
ease George They were met at the field by ; Health Service in Miami meant ail, d from Philadelphia to-1 the 31 men from Battery "E" re- 'I -- pire depends on the conlinuau-"

must be followed in order to i charged with refusing to permit I: officers of the customs service that the Marine hosrital in Key day on the first of'the pas enjrer-j!! turned over the highway: last are!;:,i ; of peace.

employes of the state plant boardto I immigration service Cuban Consul West will be discontinued? was carrying cruises to Key West and! ning. coming in FERA trucks This morning during Chapel ; "Peace
secure a foreign trade zone;! | ,'' I from No Name is the principal aim. o'
spray..the trees and shrubbery Berardo Rodriguez Clem C. Price the question!' .s.ed' F. L. Christian ports in Mexico.In 1 i Key. ;I Hour Commodore von Mirtk-j'the, British! "
or free port.Authorized |I on his premises is expected to be I and Bernard C. DeWitt. of the assistant srrgeon general in a letter to Charles J. Taylor At the rame time that the Key ,:! Liuba. H. D. W.. delivered an ad- foreign poke "nt'
by Congress last'year. ; called for trial this afternoon. I I FERA and a number of others.I I charge of hospitals! of the U. S. P., manager of the Porter Dock' Wet:; detachment left the detachment ,. dress in the Key Wet Iligh'School ': Prime Minister MacDonald "1 h-
I After the matters re- G. W. Jochein, general, of 10 men and one officer national government intent ,
.| necessary II. Service by The Citizen yesterday -Company J t.
a eommiggi n' t up to reg !: This morning the entire time of! from Miami returned to their on "Submarine Warrare.1'
; lative to custom equipments were afternoon. passenger agent of the line ex- l, forward this object not only) 1> '
ulate the establishment and the session taken with and clearance tends thanks to Mr. Taylor andJ. homes. ; The commodore has been a submarine -
I was up a;i i concluded papers "That is a question which I .I II the methods adopteii in '
maintenance cf free ports has motion to quash the indictment..I I were made out and signed the cannot answer," replied Mr. Chris, Gerry Curtis assistant FKKA; --- and salvage- I ; officer. )"

been bickering since that tbtel I The motion was made by AttorneyT. "train" and newsreel plane sail tirt. He was then asked if the- administrator, for their interest CONFER RELATIVE I, In a highly] dramatic talk he years-T-sapport to the league! !J r

over regulations it will adopt.: S. Caro, representing the de-I ed'for Havana. establishment of the proposed hospital -' displayed in the proposed cruises: told his spell-bound audience how, ', nations! security agreement-
Joe Gibson, the cameraman. and to entertain the 1 tcinational '
in Miami wouH narc'* ari1y arrangements understanding nil
The commission is composed of: fen and lasted 10:10 back in the hectic days of 1917! I
|I was the one who was shot in Havana mean closing the hospital in Key: passengers) on their arrival in Key! regulation of : ts- -b'i! 1..
arnv\me fI ;
high members ipf t U, >c Commerce o'clock until 12:20 p. nu when a]i" two years ago while the Vest. to..whiih he replied, "Nonecessarily. f \\.est. he volunteered at the age of only+!i ayyxLhisolusawth. .

War, and Tre i>.yrDepartments,' recess was ordered. miniature--'Wft' was being conducted .'** *' While Mi1.\ Jc ehant doesTrot ex-I I_ 15 10r8t'r-vice'tn a imperial'German ': i t may j J-

each in their official capacities>, :Mr. Caro made an 'eloquent ap- I between the government and Is it assured'! that snoa: tins>Hal pect any great number of passen-1 CITY OFFICIALS AND RAILROAD Navy.. He stated that he i ''|available."

and the task of bringing these> ; peal and cited a large number of i insurgents. Mr. Gibson was shot will be established in Miami? the gers on the first trips he docs' decidedly against all wars. i i So interested )pas the gov.n

authorities to substantiate his arguments i while making pictures from the i as-i'tant surgeon! general war then expect that there will be rapacity j i REPRESENTATIVESDISCUSS ment {been .In pushing the CP-I! '
three departments together on the After he had been speak- | Then he gave a brief history' of
hoof I of a hotel. askrd.!' To this he replied. "It i"i lists on the vessels during the: of that it allotted' the
has consumed several: ing for about 10 minutes Assistant !I the MATTERAt the submarine saying that according ; peace country
regulations Agustin P>>rla. who was on not." June tours and promises to keep! i ..
months. :i County Solicitor Win. II. Malone t i plane with Cameraman Gibson Which: ended the interview as Jtr.\ Taylor and Mr. Curtis advised I I I to his information, as early; defenses to remain at a t f..>

Today the Treasury Depart-;,; objected to the Jury members be- will be remembered as the young the train was then moving out of as to the number in order I : at 1620 a Dutchman in British level while other nations b-i-i i';
: ing present' on the grounds that I Cuban pilot who. in 1913. piloted a conference in the city hall theirs officials
went the only une whicn iwd' the station. It had just been that suitable arrangements can be rerviVe Cornelius Drebel apt aid, but t'"
not was the final draft the arguments being used by the I a Curtis. aeroplane from Key boarded by Mr. Christian' and had made before their arrival. i yesterday: afternoon between city van tra-::: new defense expansion policy ". ,'II'It'mr.Jy
ycjt approved defense attorney would have a Havana in an attempt tow : officials and receivers of the F. E. veled for several hours in a primi-
West to '
and officials; : : been held several minute*, at tie The next versel: tc nail l will be that MacDonaM .
of the regulations that approval tendency to sway the jury. j I in a purse offered by the Cuban solicitation of Chier Pharmacist the Granada one week from today !I C. Railway company the matter of live submarine under the surface ;1: As }lr> >

expressed pope ,: The objection- was sustained by I'I government M. while the! auto- and the taxes due the city by the railroad : of the Thames i: self stated:
be within a week. !'l :I E. Berkowitz. cruise! trips will, be|'I waters. j jI I
formal given for free' Judge J. Vininj Harris, who instructed The flight to Cuba it is under- m"r>iT", with Mr. Christian and a continued during the season while company wa- discussed from every i During the War of Independence. I I "NVtwithstandtng confidence in
No applications
''' I
it Bailiff Ray Elwood to1 stood is experimental. No mail or )party from the Marine ho'pita: was the vessels are running between argle. the ultimate triumph of pear- fuT
poits can be accepted, was: CJL-; conduct the jurors to place:other: is' being carried While nothing! definite' was said the United States naval submarine -
rome impedimenta
to the station. northern and. ,
until the regulations have: driving ]J port. Key West, j methods, in the present trouMi I
plained in the building out of hearing of by the gliders. The skytrain is ex- Mr. Christian arrived Sunday Frontera, Mexico. !' anent the payment of the com- "Turtle" attempted to
been completed and approved i the argument"*. I'I'i j jI j' : for annual inepection of the ho.*- pany's taxes:!, it i h the consensus link the British manofwar"Eagle" gov
As soon as the regulations !have'i!'I i When this had been done Mr. his of opinion of those present at the ment realizes that armnmcn
pital and having completed in the harbor of New
been agreed upon, it was stated, Caro continued his motion which I Mjrvey: finding it, a, tF ual, in JOSE VILA \WINS conference that the company will, York. This in 1776. The cannot be diypenseii with. Tli -:
will be forwarded to Key was
a copy (!' based his declaration that'! within reasonable time liquidate -
was on :: a
[I perfect condition and all running: are rerr-iired to preserve peace In
West city officials BO that they J enforcement of the rules and regulations -: trmoothly.i invitation << its tax indebtedness.City crew of the submarine tried tt) maintain and to deter
accepted an ESSAY CONTEST security ag-
may take immediate steps toward' of the plant board would I of Dr. F.. II. Cames, surgeon in ,I ,representatives at the I fasten, a gunpowder, charge to the gresioiu**
submitting a formal application. j: rob citizens of their constitutional charge to fishing. meeting were Mayor Wm. 11. Ma- ; bottom of the English hip by
go Cro. On Hitler
Although the coat of constructing -:,I rightx ,:1 With Dr. Cornea and Dr. J. J. : SPONSORED BY STATE COUNCIL lon Attorney J. Lancelot Lester,j means of a screw. However the j I Finger
the trade will have to be .I Another'war cool no more I Ii I. '
zone i i This afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Dunlay he went out and the party : President of Council Lee Warren I copper cheating of the enemy vetieel !

borne by the';c' y:,pfficiassstated.J] ) the., county solicitor began argument -: had excellent luck, catching: on:> ,OF .KNIGHTS OF Councilmen J. Frank Roberta and | prevented the screw from pett :.1 i, focalized(,than, tfa/'t'ke incident it

today that' lhey"could' see no, rea-,t :,.,ir* behalf of' t.heslate: and !, ALPHABETICAL UNITS ,BECOMING of the much fiQa t-t)! pTter, prizes of :; COLUMBUS' Jnti"ph' Cabrera. For tie rail- tine a hold in the bottom' 'Nevtf-I i i the aw *sinatu>n of an Austrj.iiijpiehdake .

fcon why such'work could''not'( be j wa4o; be followed uy Mr. Mal : anglers in thee! waters, a six-foot I' fQld'tY.! R. Kenan. Jr.. presidentVnVReceiver ; the less,. the gunpowder 'charir*Ij 1I I i which t brought: abort\ ; !

financed under trrt !'nOw four bif- nc* after which the case hex-I MORE NUMEROUSIN ; railfUh. ,Other "items ''in>the- catch! 'i t9 frftil ',.',TV t..C.%l.rI .. ; S. M.\ Ix>ftin. at- I was exploded, no dam..nt'dOhe' ,!: the world the British rfci[

liondollarworkrelief mcateurer'if'} {I pectcd to,be-called for* trial. I' i were dolphin and wahoo', 'I! j|I MIAMI\ May .4tJos. ,Vila; a >wney\\ pnd co-recover: ; I.. C. ;,, and the submarine rowed away? {'' war .
I OPERATIONS 'I' dab raid.
actual construction, could CONNECTION vice president' and treasurer. ii Yf'1 I
hel ,.I r. Christian' was very fourth year! t.udea\.iCf. Gesu High 'Haines. 1 On t! +n 7r 1, The tactics of the German t'I'
started in time. : "NEW DEAL &-h901.at'Miami had Wen.. adjaHi-t .*s' 1864. clJn.r_U e! .ribJtWm the
OF pleased with hH visit. elated-over : ..
DEPUTY SHERIFF j ,jI ( are' held by *pok? mu
As ,ycU i however* there has j j'ASSUMES i his.angling: experience and did not l'the#. winner of the 1935. Essay,, --- -tales the Union warship"houses.1 jtriliuent!, here to be the only possible pone.
been no official .ruling 'oil) ,this __. 1 tonic." which blockading i i
(Sprrial<< I* Tae ( 111 in the least seem to mind almost ,, Contest sponsored' by Florida VISITOR DEPARTS was of a regime "created and BUItuied '
question and no specific allotment DUTIES I WASHINGTON.; May H.-To mining the train.LANDING i 1! State Council, Knights of Cojum-/ Charleston was torpedoed there:' on aggressive! propaganda, ;

has been set aside for this the 50-odd "alphabet" agenciesthat bus, as announced by the Chairman by means of a spar-torpedo. The' :j I! > ,
Such policy they say. br e! !"-
use.Officials : serve as pillars for the New !i'I of the Contest Committee.This 1'. ON RETURN HOME torpedo was fired by a Confed-i'i j I suspicion a abroad to an extent

of the Commission are 1] PERFORMING Deal six new agencies were added BARGE I was the seventh 0: a series: erate submarine in the harbor of
| BERNARD WAITE NOW where other nations can accept
anxious for one of the 30 pre-, Charleston. carelessness i I
I stroke President of annual contests t.PJla- Through j
., at one as open; statements of Germany's learl-. '
erred cities to make application)I,) DUTIES AS 1! Roosevelt. announced the set-up of BACK AT BERTH;. dents i its the high school classes O. W. GUCER EXCEEDINGLY on the part of the submarine ;';! only wills their fingers crowed,
for funds for this purpose *o that the view work-relief program.: iof the Catholic parochial schools crew a hatch admitted water ins -;:
the necessiticof
i feel that
a test case may be brought and a j,. CHIEF DEPUTY I j The new agencies and their functions -r I I II i i or academies in Florida and to' DELIGHTED WITH STAY IN I} to the boat and it Mnk But also ;;I They domestic propaganda may at any
definite rule laid down. : / I the "Houl'atonicOPIAion' : flag flying -!
students of other high j
i the
Although foreign trade zones i i DAI are-Division: of Applications Landing barge of the Key W t'St.I|I schools in this rtate. The purpose t i ISLAND CITY (} went down. This U> the romemodore's j 1 1i I( time alter Adolf Hitter's motives prote'tations -
I his
of peaceful !
in many parts Bernard Waite recently appointed | Miami Airways, Inc., which was ] knowledge, is the first|
are numerous ofj II and Information. It will receive I j of these contests is to stimulate;: i i be
the old world it was stated, they chief deputy in the office(, all applications give them their''on, the ways for repair and over ''a i! greater interest in Catholic|i : instance in which a warship rank 1 If Germany can it brought would into -
I be
are as yet unknown in the United of Sheriff K. O. Thompson, as- first "working over", and pass haul was back to her berth at the ;' history, particularly in its relation O. W. Guger, who was in Key ;' a'J a direct result of a submarine 11 a security system,
toward future
duties of the office railroad terminals yesterday. West for three months recuperating attack. |a great step pe-ic-
States. sumed the them to the i !1 to the! developmentof this country torpedo) ',
A foreign trade zone or freeport I yesterday morning. I I 1 WAD on -Works Allotment Division -i The vessel was taken out at the : l lI ;: : from a severe illness left yes i The rpeaker then gave hi'i I Ii but with Germany outside and
,, consists of a section of a During the present session of 1 ; which will study work projects -! close! of the regular season and ,; The subject of this year's con-' terdayfor hU. home in Bedford i i audience a detailed description of: Europe dividing Into armed
port of entry which is separatedfrom I I criminal court Mr. Waite will attend select those it considers de-I| refurnished.and renovated. 'learnsI I I test The Early dit M'.ssionsJin Indiana;; vouch improved in health. I! a modern submarine and told of i!i camps admitted.war could easily come of-

the rest of the port and established : to practically all matters of 1 sirable and them'on to the caulked and other "work done to the Flcridas** was selected by.jMost During his'stay Mr. Gutter was, I several experiences with the war-: finals
pats R.UJ Ont
as a free zone in which the office while Mr. Thompson is President for final action. I haveit in readiness -for the ran I t Reverend Patrick BarrY. D,. on a number'-of occasions, the!t time boats which 'due to their i! Aggressive: War

foreign goods may be landed, I attending court.. I I ,WPD-Works Progress Divi- and winter schedule. '1 JD.:i iI Bishop of St. Au'gustin:. The: guest of )It: and Mrs. C. E. Shine," fragility were known as the tin :! Britain M! far ban signed up for
mutual assistance t.lf
handled, and reshipped without I created to check approval f essays' of wbich peel bunded aytj> and the family'who made his time sardines." <"*. i V I lone plan
of duty. sion. .vsflboitted! ffiefjoHjred so.pleasant he was loath to leave lie mentionetibrieffy the various -:{ guarantee the integrity of other}
payment 1
any I CUBA BRINGS projects and see that workers are DR. E. CARNES seventeen were ; J I nations outside of the .ionf
j j taken from relief rolls, coordinate I under the!'KUpervuion; of, his delightful city with its won- uses of jiubmarjnes: as dead- :: provi
3t work is Reverend ,tieorgo.B.,SStratemier,: derful climate and charming peo ly: weapon:of*csT *!ive warfare,I I for peace which membership in
that ;
and see :
i purchases, LANDS SAILFISH 1 I.. s'abma'rlnVnitM-laJerSi' ; as commercial the league of nations entail, amt
1 78 PASSENGERSSteamship i I kept up to schedule. ]f tt tXi Instructor.ini'Hilary and ple. return at. later_ :undersea vMeK as aids I I that is the Locarno treaty. It
He to a
Cathc-lic University of expects j
COMING j RA-Resettlement Administration ; ; date id the summer, he said but to science in an attempt to explore -!I would, however if a signator tithe
t I I named to supervise the land ; America, Washington, D. C. continental
be will lie a'so stated security system
I if that can not be arranged Arctic waters. ,
Cuba, of the P. and : program including transfer of Dr. E. II. Carnes surgeon in :, The recent Contest was the return for another stay that the submarine has been :I I now being considered, go to the
from submarginal landsto r charge of the Marine hospital" is i, second won by a boy-and marks '
: O. S. S. company, arrived yesterday farmers : I winter months. misused by lawless elements in assistance of another nation according
afternoon from Havana with good lands and to direct soili keeping up his record. a snecessfcl :{ the second year in succession that. during the alcohol and drugs to the requirement* of
's second erosion control. angler and today landed a I the honors have gone to a stui -. smuggling I
I 48 first class and seven I I white slave such a plan.
I aliens even
class passengers for Key West; 14 ) RED-Rural Electrification Di- sailfish measuring seven feet,J;i dent of Gesa High School. Truck Arrives Tonight I During the World War Germany!t A war .f aggression on Brfain' -! -

first and nine second class passengers : vision, to !handle rural electrifica- which he is having mounted by The prize. a silver cup appro- [ alone lost 199 submarines aeeord-. part .fa absolutely ruled our.Only .
the 78 i t.ion proje'cts.DGCE .. Cecil Gray taxidermist. I priately inscribed, will be presented With tart variety of FRESH >,-
for Tampa. Of passengers : to the commodore. He favors I Britain's own safety or r
i I{ tug
there were 35 aliens. I -Division of Grade Another trophy, which this enthusiastic I to the sueeesefnl contestants FRUITS ud VEGETABLES outlawing of submarine warfare. integrity of the empire would.

aNe Ferry Palma arrived from Cuba j Crossing Elimination which will I angler recently eapturI -(' by James A. Dunn State Lowe's Cash Grocery I The rich applause proved that,cause the eoontQto fight out

w Seri al with 15 ears of pineapples 8,661 supervise elimination of grade I ed. is a fine specimen of tarpon. Deputy, at the closing exercisesof the address was immensely en-j side of mutual assistance! requiremeats -

crates, and five miscellaneouscars. : ( crossings on principal railroad i which has also been placed with'j the school to be held on. June I',,I 1117 Division St. PB._ 675 joyed. the spokesmen said ;
I mounting. 2nd.
lines. Mr. Gray





., ... .- .J "..-..,,-. ... ......

TUESDAY. MAY 14 1935.FublUned .

:QZIt itt atst I i WORK-RELIEF PLAN COMPLETEDThe I LE'GALS ........................ i ..........0..eaea.e.a..a

... l[ TODAY'SWEATHER11 11I' I CLASSIFIED [Today's Birthdays i.
: !
Daily Except Sunday By IN Tilt 'lnCTIT OCR OF THE
TOE CITIZEN PCBUSHIX0:: CO. INC.U .1 I huge work-relief program that t TWKNTIKTH: UICItL. CIHCt'IT .. .
f OF TUB "T'TR OF FlJIRin*. l
P. AKTMA.N. PrttUeit.From .I has occupied Congress: and the Administration I l> AM FOK MliMIOK. C.OI"T'.i COLUMN 1 Truce Rogers: of New FairfieiJ.Can. J.
Th* Cltlsen LaudingCorner I I I I Temperature }, Gentle variable winds becoming \ CH4'FHtTattle -. .
famed designer of bootftrn -,
Greene and An* Street since early January- is in motion. Highest ..__....._........... ,..__.'w .85 moderate westerly over north por- I I"' her I. Adam husband. Joined and herein next | ................... .... at 1-afayette, In i. 65 years
I II Fifty Government department and agen- Lowest .. .. .._74 tion and generally fair weather frieml. A. Mailland Atlanta, !' .
alJr) Dally Newspaper la Key West .and .MonroeCounty. w' Plaintiffs. PERSONAL Nh"
tonight and Wednesday.East .
cies have been arslgned by President Mean .* .. __ ..80 I' .'". PorrrlooHre ml Lies .t i

Roosevelt to out the Normal Mean .. -- ..__.---_____71) | Gulf: Gentle easterly I T.* S.le vrtiflmlr., STOMACH ULCER, GAS PAINS. 1:. C. Forbes of FnK Iwoo N.
plan >
entered at Say W.... Florida, a* second elate matter I carry winds over sooth portion and gt'ni i fharlen S. Itaxter. if litine,
which $4,000,000,000 has been _Rainfall tle southeast or south winds over :land if dead the heirs. ..leI !I INDIGESTION victims, why, J.. vvriUr 01 luincss. born ..
appropriated J .
visees i iund..r
grantees .r nthrr
suffer! For quick relief get a rcrtUml ; j M....... ef tfce ..-Iat.* Press I in behalf of human 'betterment and Yeterda'a Precipitation .17,Ins: ,j north' portion. j Charles laimanl S. Baxter the.1.......said...... .I free sample of .Udga, a doctor's -
cxclasiTely entitled to i I Normal Precjpilation{ .-. ,1! ins.i or ..Ib..r.-I_; lain Ural K..- t I Gardner's Phar- :
.Li Associated Press Is use : ( prescription at '
recovery. MiHw of thej
Prof. A.
I-r republU-atlon of all news dispatches credited tIt -Thin rcrsr.l eserr.:4-Y.sr p.1''..... WEATHER FORECAST' I II ate HL Improvement Company. Harry
or not otlerwl credited In this paper and also. With the nation inaugurating such red/ag 'el.ek tYls rrraeg.:: {.- a corporation organized| andrxisting i macy. j University of Chicago' cC'onolY."t.;
the local published here. !I : : I ; under the laws .r the apr23-24-25-30; may 1-2-7-8-9-14-
new. -
'Almanac I -; -- former member of the National>>
tremendous emergency measures, it is disturbing jemorr.w's ; ; I Slate of FloruU.' I I' I5-1C

Sun ris ....___...._ ... 5:42 a. Pressure is low this morningover Defendant afrar\ Relations Doard. born a:
EDITORIAL) to have another perennial attempt a .-, <>ICI>KII: OF S'lltI.U"TIU' | ;
Sun .._._._, .. 704 the north and middle Atlantic I I It apfM-atfnK from the sworn Mil! REPAIRING Paoli, Ind.. fi2 yean ago.
1ir.NATIONAL claTloN made I I ; p, .. !
to the industrial that of entitled1
complaint in the al
ito. / 9JSCOSCRIPTIAV upset peace M90n'ri ........_.._.u. 4:45. : p. m'l States; and southwestward to the I'' cause that plaintiff .!..ve not kno.. '
has prevailed in the automobile manufac- Moon setS. w..a...... 3:33 a. Rio Grande Valley, wih disturbances and havt not born able to ascertain1! CHAIR BOTTOM REPAIRING Dr. Carl S. Patton of Berkeley.Cal. .
HATES central over New England, I after diligent' inquiry whether the'' i Cain bottom'! repaired by Leonard .. noted Congregational: clergyman .
Tear _. .... ..._..__$! turing centers, where production working Tomorrow' Tide defendant Charles S. liaxter l>elieretl -1
t::Months =. ..:. ::__-- ::: .: : CO: Boston! Mass, 29.66 inches the i liy plaintiff to be interestedin Warren. 418 Simonton and teacher, born at Greenville -
Three Months ...._-._.._ ._______ -HI conditions, and sales have furnished hope- A.M. P.M. I Ohio Valley, Louisville, Ky., 29.761 the hereinafter dewribed properly -1 street mayl4.7txMISCELLANEOUS :Mich., 69 years ago.

r Weekly>n. Month ___..._._ .....______ __ ..11'.JOADTKRTISIVQ ful evidences of better tin\es.' high ..h._' .u.u 7:34 8:4G, inches and western Texas, El i I t..r..h.d, I.r. therein if dead, la to dead hare or been alive In-'' .i -

The prevalent opinion on Capitol Low ____ __ __ 1:08 2:18 Paso, 29.70 inches. The northern : It In therefore ordered lhat1Charles i Bishop Erne' L. WaMorf of

M.d. known OB applicationSPKC1A1 RATES Hill in Washington is that "there is rea- ISarometer at 8 a. m. today: high: pressure area extends from 1 I S in hazier the above one styled of the..au defendants _-.I'! WANTED TO BORROW-$ ,000 I the Methodist Episcopal Church.
; AUT1CH I St-a level 29.93. the Dakota eastward over the If living and if dead the heirs le- stationed in Chicago' born at
All reading notices, cards of thanks resolutions .frerpect. son"' why monkey-wrenches are aimed at I Lake Superior region Duluth. i vines, grantees or other. claimant on gilt-edged security Write South Valley N. Y., 59 years .?oi ,
under the raid Charles S. liaxter.' 1l ,
I "F of The Citizen. i
rbltnary notices, .te., will be charge tor care ,
;;- rate of :t cents a line.To ate the government machinery and it is the belief WEATHER CONDITIONSKey :, Minn.\ 30.30 inches and pressure 1 I.1..a..I.l or otherwise in the fallowing -'1 -
: .lrs for entertainments by churches from Whlckvv u: relatively high over the Floridapeninsula. : devorihed' property to-wit: I IS may9-6t ;i Judge :Murray llulbert Federal
the lxtt Five (1"
.. of of legislators that selfish ) in Block Five I
I nue Is to derived are f cents a Una. many
The CItlsoa; Is an open forum and Invites dlscns- West and Vicinity: Genera. : Rains have occurred i iI < ) of Martrllo Towers, a xubdivision ,! PIANO TUNING j District: Court judge for Nwj '
Mon of public Issues and subjects: of local or general labor leaders are trying to breakdown !I during the last 24 hours from thereof' ,recorded arrordinK in to Slat the Stark plat i I York I j born at Rochester. N. f..

eterest. but It will not publish anonymous communlutona. the power to prevent and settle Colorado and the central plains : No.: I. pace 140, of the Politic..; I I i PIANO TUNER, Laureano Me.i .-I za years ago.' v
strikes, by the Federal government. The II States eastward over the Ohio : Rrcnrds ida;, l of Monroe County ....1'1 1 i reno. Excellent piano for sale I -

Add L I Valley and southern Lake region : npp-ar to the hill of complaint In cheap. 1018 Division street. female
current fables: Life begins atforty. ; Julian Eltinge onetime star -
American Federation of Labor has
soughtto I t \ to the- middle Atlantic States and I said cause .n Monday the Jilt dayof apr22-lmo '
I July, A. I>. 1535: : otherwise theallegations I impersonator born in Dosr-
gain autocratic control in this field for t I Ittt ) I I:southern New England. There was i ii of raid bill will be takenIas ton. 62 years ago.:
: but have the i i i also light rain in Montana and i iI confessed. FOR RENT
many years; never workmen tW ) It U further ordered that this -
A a ,* m f : J ; 1 and .thunderstorms in the order r
A Rowland foi" ah* Oliver but not the Federation : [I:showers 1 ; 10. published once a week (or : Captain Sir Arthur Rostrolir
given a majority vote.
t .J .A.11' I Carolinas as and OB the.Florida'Key,. : four consecutive weeks in The KeyWest : BICYCLES-WE RENT by the
Laurel l for a Hardy, according, tp.tljje Florida : An official canvas that has just been .'. ,: : i'The heaviest'rainfall;; reported,A*a.. : Citizen a newspaper published Hour, Day or Week. Repair!; noted. .retired jCunard Line eontrfodore. : -
----L-c- ; in Monroe County, State : born) 66
ofi ,
; yearn ago.!
Legislature.) r- .1< > completed by the National Automobile ; ; 0.96 iiiphes at Kansas City, MoI Florida, i all makes and paint them with i i ,
: ; /o: : \ ? I r l this Sth of n.1'
ate day May A. full
hive fallen in the NTn-EnameL We a
-- I II I Temperatures I carry
4.. Labor Board shows that 68.6 cent of. Falr- 1939. j I .,
per ; ,
Plains States upper Missis'iPI,1Vallt'Y Circuit! Court Seal) j supply of parts. Agent for the !

Fathe :bpughlin;]T lh !:3Crad t>.i5lirieit, 163,150 workers in the nation's automobile I ally fair tonight and Wednesday; and Lake region; and were> Clerk Circuit Court ROSS Twentieth C. SAWTER.I I I Rollfast and Dayton niey les..

pronounces nig name Cog-lin. There isn't a plants! have no affiliation with any labor gentle variable winds. +I II j!near freezing this morning in Montana cial Circuit of the State of .Jadi-I And sell them as low as $5.00
I Florida: Generally fair tonightand 'I Minnesota and northern : ida. in and r..rI..nr..... down and $1.00 per week. We
cough in Coughlin, but there is a organization. probably' W1U.IAM \. AI..HURY, 1 7
Wednesday except Michigan: ; while readings continuenear Solicitor for -la; in tiffs., Imay7HlU I Buy.and Sell all makes of used
local thundershowers Wednesday or above normal in eastern I'' : jun4 Bicycles. Phone 276. J. R. ALL MAKES

The Chinese week consists of five CARELESS MANAGEMENT afternoon in extreme north por I and southern districts. Stowers company, 515, Duval
tion. G. S. KENNEDY. I street. apr9-tf
days. Jonah would like to know what Jacksonville to Florida Straits: Official in Charge.; i Ida.; :: Key.st. r t

they do with the remaining two days. The accidental printing of statementsby given of the seizure and ,intention. FURNISHED BUNGALOW modern
--- i :n forfeit of the motor vessel V-11129 634 William
(The LAMB). 23 ft. lone!, is ft. 4 in.i; aIs
military officers to a House committeein J Club and evolutions and! drills i beam equipped with a Regal 3..45. street. Apply Valdes Bakery.I 1

The send-a-dime letters appeal to the Washington caused quite a stir. One KEY WEST IN i, will be a part of the program. I tackle II. P. motor apparel together equipment with and fur-her)I'I apr27 I

same speculative instinct that did "so general, speaking for the establishment of The excellent band maintained by I of nlture record thereunto Olicrario belonging Velasquez.; owner 1209l ..Jseks.srille.s .....I.K ".(rl"
the shrine organiiotion accompany -
much" for the nation a few years ago. aviation bases in the United States, referred DAYS GONE BY |i; the delegation i l>lvi"ion property Street was Key seized West.on FloridaThis March,;:I :THE SEMIN.OLEJarfcM I

to a camouflaged base near Canada. Happening Here Jutt 10 Years1! I 14. U:.. for violation of Sections" Flerida

Inasmuch the Rush-Bagot A Taken From ; ,At a general meeting of scout roilS .and sac of the Tariff Act otJUt. I CH.,*. n. t.KIMSR Map. erA
The Citizen urges its readers to buy as Treaty between Ago Today ; I Any person claiming this I I I
organization heldi i< Fey West property or any interest. therein Is home-like Institution
The File Of The Citizea I i human
from advertising merchants who sell ad- the two nations prohibits fortifications II I last night it was (decided t to have I hereby notified and admonished toappear where you will find ymmr ..KU. ..II
I and file with the Collector I I comfort ..* ntrrtmlmmrmt a m-ttr -
vertised products. If they were not good this utterance was likely to cause embarrassment. *I the scout organization leave Key I of Customs, Custom Souse Key of grIt Importance.
Another Members of the city sanitary! West! on May 19 to attend the: West O dea.mdJnh thereto and. -
officer said that it I
there wouldn't be any use to spend money a bond in withintwenty !,
department started work this inauguration ceremonies of Pres i- days from.the first A steel flr.|.ro f .n.I.K l.estedI.
telling you about them. would be necessary for America to seize morning on the campaign for the!,\ dent Gerardo Machado of Cuba. tion of this notice. .' ..pUb..a.1 I the heart ft the rltjEvery i
claim and bond are filed -}- 1
certain French and British Islands near eradication of' mosquitoes. The+,[ This decision was made when on time prescribed the said propertywill Room with Combination Tab
our continent in case of war. entire island is to be covered in:I' vote the entire membership o! all: l I.e cold at pu'.tlc auction to the: and Shower Rath. Radio. BlectrirICeillnic
San Marino, smallest republic in the this Cesspools, cisterns! highest bidder at the V.. S. Navy I l Fan Slat Door for Summer
These statements made in campaign. I!bcout organizations unanimously i iI Yard Key Uest. Florida, 0- Wednesday Comfortable Beds with
world, has for its chief industry the sale were executive wells and in fact all containers)''vcted I to accept the invitation of, ;Hay 2:!. 19::5. at twelveo'clock Mattresneii Ventilation o* Inner Spring Con
session and were supposed to have of water of kind are to be noon or otherwise disposedof utrurtlon and Individual fleas.
of stamps torstamp 'collectors. PostmasterFarley's any the prefident'elect of,Cuba to be: in accordance with the statutes ,,. TREVOR & MORRIS
been .kept secret. Through some mishap treated for elimination of thenwquito guests of the government during made and provided. A, J. Angle Ing RATES ,
huge postoffice deficit might be pest. The has Collector aprlA; mayT-14 V .
city purjchased the ceremonies and attendant, Sisal' -INC. -
word that these I
reduced considerably by imitating the lit- every military advisors an extra motor wagon for festivities. Pennsylvania according to latest Tit n__.. Private Bath -: i ii "Oldest Continuous Ford
spoke was published. President Roosevelt -, ... KOOOTK. Private ..... XA,i
the oil to I. '
tle island. conveying various partsof statistics from the biological'' 4. 11__.. Private Haiti u ajM Dealer in th. World"a. .
as Commander-in-Chief of the Army and the city and the department Editorial comment: Those! citizens survey of the U. S. department of 34 H_s... Private Hath SMjl
this !' ._..le H_,... Private Ratb ... .
to make campaignthe !
of West who ob-
Navy promptly denied that this intended proposes Key cannot agriculture, L the champion state
county .
Sl.iGHT ,
!' I>( HF.A"K FOR DOI ni.r ,
Manuel Quezon, the Filipino leader, most extensive and completeever tain the benefits necessary to in numbers of hunter?. I 1'I Hr1crA\clr -
to violate its take
attributes the revolution in the Philippinesto treaty or to any und rtak'n.. health by playing) golf and tennis,
offensive act against a friendly power. : are reminded that the same results
resulting from his bad bar- -
a depression Notwithstanding, however, the publicity The slip next to Curry's Sons can I lie obtained by operating a

gain with the United States for the independence given the statement was unfortunate.One aquarium is being filled' under( lawn mover. I .................... s.. ..... ..o... .. eI .........
of the islands. Liberty i i.s the direction of J. E.:: Stratman,]i i -
Canadian citizen, a wartime of the Curry's Sons firm. The 1I I i, Degree of Pocahontas have I
sweet, and like all sweet things, the priceis '
aviator, discussed the matter in the pro- sum of $500 has been subscribedfor completed an excellent! program
high. the work by individuals andi i: for the entertainment to be staged
verbial tolerant attitude his race.
of Cap-
firms who object to the un-'I in Ked Men's Hall Monday night.
tain Earl Hand said he saw little reason odor which I: Some of the highest trained talent
pleasant permeatesthe 1|j
Elmer Davis, who wrote "The: New
for "all)) the (u\\" because *location of air air in that section when trash+i: both vocal and instrumental! I SPECIAL ROOFING

Symphony, with a few sour notes," in the bases doesn't mean a thing. With long and other forms of debris Wither)! be heaid along with a number of I.

May Harper's, Monthly an interesting ar 'machines The aquarium! will be moved I tol elocutionists who have become
the United States could
range popular with Key West audiences.
ticle about the rehabilitation of I'Ve3t, the renter of the fill when it is
have her bases in the Gulf of Mexico and completed.
is from Aurora, Ind., so is Edwin Hill, the ;i!
still reach Canada without difficulty. Asa Captain Clatk P. Stearns, U. S. ,
columnist and radio broadcaster, as well as Dr. J, Y. Porter, president of'j N., _commandant at Key West. .
matter of fact, in war time the further I'
Frank Shutts,.publisher! of the Miami the Key We't Chamber of Commerce -|I Naval Station ,and Mrs. Steams
from enemy guns and air bases established has received a telegram J will leave here next Tuesday' to 0 '

Herald. Also-but 1hat'3 anQjthe, ',a ol". .)". the better. from Representative J. F. Uusto t,|I be present at the ceremonies at- : .;'.'

,"" ..! at Tallahassee, advising: that aj!jtendant,i upon,the jnauguration of % J- S4 L .Eq. r. ,. .
For a wife or husband to express dislike bill for the 'establishment\ '( of a CerhrdruMaehatlo' as president, of, '. tl. ..

of Adolf Hitler may be used by either SOVIET SHOWS THE WAY Juvenile court in Monroe county I 1 i Cuba.:'They.will "eo guests of,Carlo -t ,, < :-: ,
was intl-odiw-ed in the legislature: I Manuel= de C e spedes, ,Cuban .. *. ro, ; f.
as just ground for divorce in Germany. He- today! Tle. aI l-v* state-?- that a nearing -!'!I Secretaryof State.Adams '.. d. L : r ; "
cently an ai'dent' Nazi' 'got his divorce on Convicted of having participated in : rn th";; Kedland County proposition -'t I. : : : 1'-1'i=i

that accusation.: In the United ;Mates if an appropriation of flour and other food Was J1t'lel and he is con-;',; ; county, Mississippi, : > -. !'
fident that Key West will win.Arrangements claims it Is wholly! free of outstanding
a wife would call her hubby a Hitler, manya supplies which were sold privately through debts. I '

judge would consider that sufficient speculators, three officials of a Soviet are now going : .

provocation for severing the marital ties. Government food products company have forward for a grand( ceremonialto BENJAMIN LOPEZ 75 Lbs. Carey Standard Slate

been sentenced to death and seventeen be staged hv the members of FINERAL'H.OM) EEataLli.ta..1 j
Mahi Temple Mystic Shrine in
49 Year
Duval street in ,Key West is "Main others will go to prison. Key West Jnlr 4. There will be Key We.. Oldest Surfaced Roofing Red Green-

Street," the principal thoroughfare and The remedy may seem harsh to those more than bob members of the 24-IIoar Amh.laae. Service I or ,

its chief distinction j is not that it runs from who have become accustomed to regard organization attend. The ceremonies Licensed .Emt. .>*|mer
will be held at the Athletic J IPhes.. lag NightA96.W; J
the Atlantic to the Gulf of Mexico, accord- public office as an opportunity to "feather Regular Price ,$2.75

ing to the Key West! Citizen, but that only their nests" but if the people of the United ---- .

four of its property owners pay taxes and States want to get rid of graft ;and ( I :

three of these are non-residents. How petty political thievery, the Soviet Govern !

many of the non-paying property owners ment points out a very painful'; but un Importanta I I SPECIAL i iI I

s .
< 2251
complain about the way "outsiders"! have; doubtedly effective, method.to.be"'pursued. : ? 5 i *% !I -- ,;L'.. .... $

!beets running the government down there u Announcements AT. .r. C 5 ,
I! i / i

.1.< 1 : ,..rs.B tillak :
inter- The is [concerning the redemption_ of First! and _
Visitors to Key West who are Citizen at a loss to-und@ } and .. .
Fourth .. \o.. .
ested in such things as forts can be thankful what official business it is of the Unted( Liberty Loan ,,Bonds have teen II. ; .
; made by the ..' ." ":'e _.
treasury .Department. this S. .
they live in the United States and not States whether the Germans'mistreat: ,the week. Ii' ." -. .-- .-. ->, ,. *
some European or Asiatic country. At appointed Jews in Germany, whether Russia mistreats I 1 '.

hours, automobilists in Key West; religion in her boundaries, whether, Ii i : is

are allowed to drive past the works and the English have unjustly tormented the We would be pleased to have you I '

take a good look, without being allowed Irish orwhether Mexico all wrong in her consult us I South Florida Contracting & Engineering I Co. j jPhcrc

to disbark and make too close an inspec bout with the Catholic church in Mexico. II
tion or fool with the big guns, etc. Try \Vbile sympathizing with all mistreated -' .
t 598 White and Eliza Streets
getting within a mile of a fort on Gibraltar peoples and }institutions and wishing THE FIRST NATIONAL BANKOF : ,

in the French Rhineland, or on one of for the break of a day of tolerance

r Japan's mandated islands! But'mow IrQ9.d! {among the i inhabitants of this globe it KEY WEST F "yQur home_ J jJ worth: of the best" :

-, sense, l less:hysteria (and, true enough lets seems to us our responsibility ends with
T Member of the Federal Reset-re
need for hysteria) prevails here.-Miami the boundaries of the United'- States of ,
... .............. .........*....... ....f.... .*..f.............0.9,9090..
i. .
u end. ....
News Whirligig. America. That )where it should '. -- "" .

.. -. 'A'-4I: '_ -- ..



pibSAI',1 I 1 :i I "


.. .-- --- -'.-. ,. --- .......--..- -"--

J -- .- .- -- -------,-- -- -- -' r DIAMONDBAH- 1 t GAMES TODAY
-- -


... .'" ._. ._- ... .-- .
(-- ;. ---; ;:;;: ; ;;;:; Ti SPORTS ; AMERICAN LEAGUE I I,I Boston at St. Louis--Grove or

A/u Of. 119 1 JamM thmton.and Finally Jane onfldcd to her Intimate I Club- W. L. Pct i Rhodes vs. Xewsom.
Jt keva .
o.aa. at *
... (*. partM* ./ tae my Jaoeer.taraa trtends'that ah' 'aDd.Jame, (By JOVE) I Chicago ....,.......___.....14 6 .700!I New York at Detroit-Broaca
tnm two var in Franc bit separated for ood. vs. Bridges.; .
and tndt k. cannot endure Jaa.'a ( Jane said r The U. C. Coast Guard diamondball Cleveland ___ ....-._____.. 6 .6n, Washington
that liar lips at Cleveland-
aovfcie and tadiftlt brptcttattng.It >> were sealed that she
A* keno k.r and return to Ala never, meant to explain' the cause team null play a doubleheader '1: Boston __._.........___..12 9 .571 !!, Whitehall vs. Harder.Philadelphia .
'A tint far.* .*.. tae? aid end stew at Bayview Park tonight.:
ttftl kom..New Concord i* 011"* of the pantioa or My a word In the : ; \ew York ____._._...___..11 9 .550 I at ChicagoCainvs.
first will take
.. 4alr Jontt fatter. itkorTifmL game they I
k k
| -* against James. She Intimated. bow- -- Lyons.
/ But Jaaa wttketaadatA.ae -- ----- I on the Service ten of the Social![ i Washington --_-----.1 1 9 .S50

ell 6o.'sad *** loCkM1I-l.w ever that if she ever broke this I Iee!.e.eeeeeeeee.eeeeeee. League, and in the nightcap: theywill ;i Detroit __ 9 11 ,4501 I
f M Aava "
}. ; praiseworthy resolution pr James CARDS DEFEAT NATIONAL
= ; : LEAGUE
by some overt act goaded her Into ;'1 i FOLLOWING\ [l ADMINISTRATION t meet a picked team. Ft. Louis ____.:.. 5 13 .278 Chicago at Brooklyn-Carleton
The batteries for the two
: truth opposing -!
telllnc the he would be drnb Philadelphia 514
44 263
Chapter IN clubs will be: Service P. I -- Pvs. Babich.
bed oat of town. GIANTS TEN PLAYERS t
THE.SIEGEMR. ,THROUGHBy I I White and B. Powell; picked ten. St. Louis at New York-P. Dean
This .last canted for a.Urns a great NATIONAL LEAGUE: vs. Castleman

\ '1 NORTHROP bolted Into, hiear .": deal of .intense jpecuUUon, But INNINGCONTESI j BY SERVICE TEN I C.The Gates Coast and Guard Ingraham.boys hive..1 i Club- W. L. Pct Pittsburgh at PhiladelphiaHoyt -

> ,/ and .was driven r&pldlyott.Th > Mill Jnlla Pratt said ,.bluntly that ( JOVE) i New York ___..______..14 5 .737 vs. Walters.
of the best cl"bsI '
Jane pn&ht ,to or _e.e_ e.e e e..e e e e.e e e._ o!'f, played some !::
truth was that James cut a The put. \ abut up I along the East Coast of Florida. Brooklyn ___.____._,14 8 .636 Cincinnati: at Boston-Derringer
men agreed with her.. And after i On May 8, Ernie Lombard!, the i'
starry flgnre before Bis !lathertn-law a time the women. New Concord i BRUINS 'TRIUMPH_ OVER DOD.'I )tig.i robust Cincinnati Reds' catcher RECREATION OUTFIT DOWNS, and some of the players are good :Chicago ........__...______12 1 .632 !: vs. Belts.

To; tla .surprise Air. Kortbrnp finally stopped,prylox and speculat I GERS TIMELY ., | equalled the major league record In their practice yesterday' after- R Louis ....--_..."..._...13 10 ,5t5 i Parents
; WITH HITTING I of students at the
,though, 'pompons. aa ever was con I IcUlatof1. ing. The'matter' way settled tbet'ebta for the most doubles in a LIGHTHOUSE DEPARTMENTIN J noon they shoved\ that they know<, Pittsburgh ________uoo.ll 13 .4581 University of Michigan are engaged

.,.was aaxloni for a recon. ,were r )ocUntlj paid., :James_ t I ; REDS DOWN BOSTON' single game. He hammered out SECOND GAME AT BAY- how to play the game..ee.eeeee.eee.eeeeeeeeee. !Cincinnati ...__,.___.... 9 13 ,409 in more than 160 different

c i U between- .blm and ,Jan_ SUmson Northrvpjs had bdsbaad ceased and.to became be' Jape aSlimson 1 BRAVES four against the Phillies. The mark I. I : Boston ____'n.m_... 6 It .300 occupation, ranging from miningto
He apologised both for hlm>eU and 'law was set in 1883. Lombardi! is the PARK LAST NIGHT J Philadelphia -..---- 5 13 .278 aviation.
.PID. His ; practice I
thla dangntw. picked '.amazingly.. I i tenth man" to equal the record. i __ Today'sAnniversaries I -- ...- .. ---
: : a I -
Naturally. Uie? were both wow About this time James beard that (Special The Cltlira) I
f itiednand upset ever Jam.* tone the Northrup twine. bad got their I NEW YORK, May 14.-The St. i I Emil Fuchs. president of the j The (By JOVE) j'

sand. :unexplained disappearance fischarge l _end were at" .home. An Louis Cardinals world champion", Boston Braves turned down Social Diambndball League .....!..................
aU Jameatef two .I' jucgeship to operate his club. "I !i played two games yesterday aft-I'j
'Jane herself J&ad cooked, afternoon or later Nappy came!I went to victory over .the New 1686-Gabriel D. Fahrenheit
dishes. for dinner.She had Into me" inner office and I have been offered a life appointment -I ernoon and night
; :orltf. closed i York Giants by a score of 3 to 2 The the German physicist: who laid
'expected him home not later ,than and locked the door behind him. behind the excellent pitching of ." he said, "whereby lean first content was played at I

!fire o'clockJames must make a>' -The-twins lain the front office" I I I Lefty' Bill. Walker, which was his terminate the balance of my daysin the Army Barracks, beginning at down named after the thermometric born. Died scale : I !

1 -ucU. A .wiTe't (Uellw yes..aw1f.'s my profession but I am hopeful -'5:30 o'clock and was won by the him Sept. t '. .
Nappy sa4.fearful They kotehed third victory for the Cards in four
16 1736.
U James dad lost I that I bs able to Service ten with an 8 to 1 score. t tt '
feelings. I me when 'f1'bac: was turned .and games this season. The contestwas may carry ii ".
\telephoned, let them know. Her I talked la big as you please. I told j.I a 10-inning affair. Hubbellwas ,out the ambition that actuated IThe Administration' boys the 1737-T-Samuel H. Parsons Connecticut -

natural< .anxiety., I them you bad Jest this'minute wench j.I 'on the mound for the losing some 14 'years ago, and bring\ to''I,'losers! scored th\.'ir. lone'run. in patriot-general of the i USE lii

James cut him short He explained mo and'they .bad the Impudence: j j!I outfit. I Nevi* England eventually a chaw-!'': the first inning* and from then Revolution lawyer and jurist, '

$hastily thathehad, ,no Intenslop'of to: tell mel was a dawg conned liar j I I The Chicago: Cubs went to victory pionship ball cl-ib.' He :said that oil were held: scoreless! I Jbyj) the born at Lyme Conn. Died Nov.

\ -coins back u4,living. ..'[hey each got a stick and they look ;!r 'over the Brooklyn Dodgers by he will(buy out the''interest"or, his : excellent pitching I 6of'AVhJte' and 7, 1789. i IT'S PURER!
wlthfnls wife.'Her undoubtedly was awful maL Mebb I better ""' the fine support' given him by hi I
light out I partners I 1 LASTS LONGER!
I Ia I score of 3 to 2. The Chicago .,
entirely .to blame.tte evening bejforeVnd the back, way and go after the mates. 1771.....Robert Owen, famed 311j
team coupled fine defense with '
at: .ill,other time)}, 4 polleerShow-, 1 I timely hitting to a defeat the Brook Charley Grimm! pilot 'of the 1 I Leaders at bat were Brindel English ,Utopian socialist who It+ d dI

Bat he would not live-with'her: them In. James com- I,I lyn club behind the seven-hit pitch- Chicago: Cubs t-rateful. to Dizzy ,I with a homer and a single in two founded a Utopian colony in In. I 1 ICE REFRIGERATORS

H. 'preferred not to see her. Their pianded after a moment's thought 1 j[ ing of Bill Lee. Dean, for nominating his club as i j tries; Williams, with, one hit in diana and whose four sons all became + I I

,marriage .was over and done (or.Mr. Nappy backed pot mattering i.!I The Pittsburgh Pirates defeated the toughest to !beat in the National ttwo chances. American: citizens born. ,, e' Made of all metal-equipped
tat-tatted, and refuted about the In the field. Nodine. Williams Died 1858.1796Wmiam with WATER f fr
Northrop something Gawd damnedest the Phillies with the tally reading League, but it's not making him Nov. 17, COOLERS
to take James* decision as foolishness be ever had heated i think that tie Giants not in !and Douglas: tarred for Uncle II
10 to 1. Cy Blanton. right- are
final.Jamea concluded the extremely about, and presently ushered the young I Fam's boys and )Manucy. Sierra Hickling Pres- r They're Economical ,
the "You can't overlook
handed star of the Pirates, allowed I
painful Interview b) pretense. visitors In. I and Burnett for Uncle Sam's new cott, among: the country's most
the Philadelphia aggregationonly those Giants and their pitchers.
of noted historians born at Salem 100 Per Cent Refrigeration i
a pressing'engagemenL ,
Nappy closed the door Iy-a quired'nephews.
rebellious I
he said his Cabs tackled the i ij i.
four hits and won his fifth as :: fl
Nothing further occurred that ly. James knew,very well he would J game of the season. I j t, New Yorkers. "We've got a Each, and every: member of lhService Mass. Died in Boston. Jan. 28, l i Satisfaction I

day..James had his loach sent In remain glued to the other side with_ The Cincinnati Reds downed world of spirit.nd fight. This time team hit at least.' one safely 1859. iI'i
and was brief and aloof with callers. its eye to the key hole.THE i i Priced at
I the Boston Braves 3 to 1. The lots of speed; a :treat third baseman 1833-James D. Cameron, ... .-?
claiming: to be Immersed In his loneneglected Hale ,
I .
Reds' win broke a four-game losing ; in Freddie Lin business and correspondence. t..ln.:81": looking very fit them the we've needed held the Service boys scoreless. War [ $ $30; $35
Afternoon rather early streak for and was southpaw pitcher a president. Secretary of sew
brown--They were dressed :I .
E.Administration and
Score by innings: R. II. I
be slipped,out through a.back entrance exacta alike In extremely ,natty fourth straight' defeat for the long time who is Larry French.: ator, son of a famed statesman,

and .went ,home; home to pongee suits and carried: canes. Braves. i i So we may not win the pennant. -000.0001 4 4 born at Middletown, Pa. Died Aug. I EASY TERMS-10 DAYS
the Mansion "with Nappy limping James coatless and I The Boston Red Sox were victorious :. but we will fight to the end." 30, 1918. I
untidy, remained Service ,. 002 240 OOx-8 16 1 I I TREE) TRIALTHOMPSON'S ,
In his wake carrying his brief case. seated at Us desk facing over the St. Louis. Browns I
Batteries E. Roberta Hale andJ. 1852 Alton B. Parker, New
: -
,But the next morning business was them. "Well" be asked. 2 to 1. The Red Sox evened the Dizzy Dean figures that the : I I l'
I Cooper P. White and L. ,Pow- York lawyer-jurist. Democratic ICE CO.
gaJn practically nonexistent on'Commercial "We're under orders to knock: series behind the five-hit hurling Cards can't To<-e. He and Daffy ; I -
Street when lira.Northrup. your block oaf" Nate grinned."I of Wesley FerrelL expect: to win forty games. The' ell.. candidate for the presidency jjL 1 INC.-
Summary:" rrors: McKinley 3. against Roosevelt in 1904. born at
heavily veiled was seen due say yon could do if I The Detroit Tigers: defeated the Giants can't win. "the old club is
climbing the steps to her ,son-In- "Consider It .done" Norris said Yankees in a shutout game the liable to come apart any time. I' L. Powell. Hale; home runs: Brin- Cortland, N. Y. Died May 10. Phone No. 8

)UWs office.The odds against James aIrI1,. score being 3-0. At the same time he says. Well sir. J. Herman del. Fricks; two base hit: Frohock; 1926. __ _
rose hastily.la James got and the three Schoolboy' Rowe emerged victorious stolen bases: Manucy Cooper I TIH i [+ i I ( 1, .
(Dizzy) Dean ha! things all figured Rosam 3; wild pitches: ,Rosam 2;
all. Mrs. Northrop made six solemnly shook bands. The twins in his first mound duel! out '?o that the New York Burnett, Nodine; double playa: E. double play: McCarthy to Walker; it 1 l

'calls'at' six dtfferenttotn. ef the took off their coats sat down tipped with Vernon .4 Lefty) Gomez., Giants can't possible :win the Na Roberts (unassisted), Hale to time of game: 1:30; umpires: Gonzales % e'Bujt *
day! at James law office and stayed their chairs back. put their feet southpaw ace of the Yankees. tional pennant. and the Cardinals ; Barker; struck out: byWhite 5; and Lucilo. rJ ffiirii' |iiLm
and stayed- as all of New Concord &: companionably on James" desk and The summaries: !'!cant possibly lose. "It's this I Ii bases on balls: off White 4, off

jrery .well knew. What. they did not lighted cigarets.. A few minutes NATIONAL LEAGUE j way." announced a very calm re- Roberts 2; wild pitches: White 1, -- --------- --- -
know and had of later they In E.1 j Roberts 2 hits: off Roberts ? in
no way Ending out. were .all deep swapping At Boston R. 11. : served statistical pitching expert. ;

was that as she opened the outside war yarns. Cincinnati _._&-_..,..._ 380''' "We've got: the best club in base- 4 and 2-3 innings; time of game;

door. Nappy, on constant guard, His brothers-in-law: carefully refrained Boston _.___.....__....._. 153 ball. We're the world champions. 1:20; umpires: Roberts and Clem-, .
pressed a button on the' wall three from mentioning their siser Batteries: Johnson and Lom- I We'll win close to 100 games this t-nts.,
times a* a signal of dire disaster to James during the afternoon. Lardi. Campbell Cantwell and :
; The Giants won't. That
_and James thereupon made a hasty But as they got up to go James said year. Ba'viewI
Spohrer. make it. Freddy Fitzsimmoni In the night game at
exit at the back and hid In an adjoining In a shamefaced way. "1 wonder It -
must win 15 for the Giant! Park the Recreation ten defeatedthe
on'd mind Just .. ; games
and fortunately empty store telling me. why i
b ,room. Jane wanted me to go back to her. At Brooklyn R. H. E.j i if they are to get anywhere. Joe Lighthouse crew by an 11 .to.6 :

After her final unsuccessful call You know as well as I do that Jane Chicago ..--_-mm__ 310 I': Moore won't hit like he did last ]I score.

Mrs. Northrup swallowed her pride despises me ." Brooklyn' -..-..-....--.. 27 I'': year. That's an old ball club. It? Rosam pitched a good game for $1OOOOO.

The twins exchanged glances. Batteries: Lee and Hartnett;.i liable to come all apart any time..the Recreation boys.
and went to see Miss Sarah Slim- I
:son..She .was told by Aunt Lou that Nato said. "A woman a' dog. a Clark. Leonard and Lopez. :'II' and Fits may be the tip off. At bat the leaders were McCarthy .
>flea Sarey was not at home. She hickory tree. the more yon beat --- : "Look at the records so far. with four out of five;

was at home as Mrs. Northrup very 'em the better they be." And Norris At New York R. H. E. I We've been playing the toughest; Weintraub Rosam, Demeritt andC.

,well knew having seen Miss Sarah growled. "W. told you to beat her St. Louis m..'-..' -.___.. 36 1..,I clubs in the league--the Cubs, Stickney: each with three hits

.at an upstairs window. ... ten years ago." New York .._...:...._..__. 2 GO:j Pirates and the Reds and don't out, of five chances. I for
So Mrs. Northrup pretended to As they reached the door Norris Batteries: Walker and Davis; ; think those Reds are not toUgh. In the field. Stanley made some

leave but only .went a little .way said wistfully.. "We can't know you Hubbell and :Mancuso.\ i I They're are going to be bad news wonder catches; Roberts, Wein
and presently waylaid Miss Sarah In public. It would give,the family J for everyone all year. Against: traub. Rosam and Walker also

In the garden. conniption fits. We're being taken I j i that kind of opposition we won played a good: game. Valdes !
At Philadelphia R. !Y. E.
into the business and: Dad's alreadyhad i
nine and lort seven. The Giants made a wonderful catch and received
a slight stroke. We don't want Pittsburgh _._..........___.10 15 2
faded blue have been such weaker good hand from the
SARAH playing
M! was In to kill him. But If we could slip Inhere Philadelphia ._.........- _.... I 4 3 I a .
percale and a disreputable:sun'tiai'Mrs. teams as the Phillies. Braves. crowd. s.j
Northrup was most cow occasionally" ...If yon wouldn't Batteries: Blanton and Grace:! Brooklvn. They've wort nine and Score by inning! t .R, IT.E.Recreation : j
a lnd Bivin. Johnson. Davis and !
reetIJ -pwued In black and white of WiI'Oni!i lost three. We 'won'' as"'many acthey'did'and : "!-I'';",,' i I" .
China bilk and smart black toque tea as you please. Ring mel look who'we"beat.: O '.
a :1 l i 431 QP1{ Q k-.1l,18 7
at any time:and 111 asrang. to ? '
Put tt was Miss Sarah who looked : Dizzy figures he and1 his brother Ligl\thC\ ? :
'( */ll..che.. as aba lnformed'aer' b4 alone baa'entrance.ge ill .ee.fl.9u. sup At St. Louis .R.. II. E:?!I,will.win.-forty'games.: LeftyWalker :-II sr't";, ':,!s')' 14'.1., d7Batteriea.Rosam ,
ID the Come along. Boston*::......_ .... ...._ I ; I ,1
taIiF:nghtly! (the ,haachtloesswas'assumed 1 show : !' !i. 2 7 Oj!: "will, win 15; Wild .Bill Iiallahani and, len

to cover an almost "Thereafter ru t yq'!l on'm7n'y:i a'1Tate.arter-_ St. Louis .__.,._,.._.._,..--.. 1 5 t!!i i will win 15 more; Bud' Tinning! ,Uj I ente; .C," isticjcney, 1emeittt.Stickney : : IF? ier into the far corners of Florid 'They ride the good'roads -
and men
abjecttrtfbt dismay) that It Batteries Wgnfind go
: W. Ferrejl and Ji'\I!
j good: for 10 Jess Haines. five. Cerezo and C. Stickney.Summary .
noon the twins sneaked In the back ; i and note the straggling
to talk to Mrs the trails. They see the grand efforts at progress ,
was Impossible Ferrell Thomas. Walkup tnd'Hemley. Ii I
and the staff ,
rest of the 10 more : Errors: Valdes 2,
way more army talk. The twins : cities and the wide places in the roads I
Northrop and remain a lady. i i I pathetio efforts as welL The big
and James and Nappy believed that I 1! a total of 95 games. Last year Archer 2. Demeritt 2, F. Stickney,
Miss Sarah with shaking knees these : they only won 94. "See?" : Varela 3 McCarthy Lopez j": "Bill"
meetings were shrouded In says Wagner men daily contact thousands of merchants. Wagner men are
,thereupon walked Into the house the darkest secrecy. Probably everyone I At Detroit R. II. F. I.I Dizzy "we can't: lose,*, I Matthews H. Griffin; three base or "Jim" or "Brownie" to most of these merchants-sharing their confidence,

'and actually slammed 'the door to In town knew of them except New York ...._.......___. 0 4 ij I hit: F. Matthews; two base hits; of their ambitions trials failures and successes.
her visitor's face. Three days later II ...... ............... with a knowledge hopes, ,
he twins' Immediate family. They Detroit ......--......_._.'..-.-3 8 2|I c Weintraub. Walker McCarthy.
Mrs. Northrop met Miss' Sarah turning remained In Ignorance only because t Batteries: Gomez. Malone and i iI I r Today In History Demeritt; stolen bases: Cerezo, F, Clearing this-information through the sales department led us to visualize a.

| a lonely corner by the Baptist New Concord considered It a good Dickey; Rowe and Hayworth. Stickney. Weintraub. Clements. ,Greater Florida! Pictured in our minds is the settlement, with happy families, of

:church and cut her dead. Joke on the Northmps I' a.ee.e cosea.-------C McCarthy; sacrifice. : hits; F. Matthews the vast stretches of now unused land sea and gulf coasts. Pictured also is the'greater

Mrs.' Northrup was so pleased with The three never again spoke ot I Philadelphia at Chicago: Dot- I 178?-Constitution first drafted !. Valdes; struck out:'-by area of land which can be brought into productivity.We .
herself, that f be first boasted\ of the JaDe or of James domestic difflcul-
poned, wet grounds. by delegates in Philadelphia. tickney 2. by Demeritt 1, by
'cut direct to Mrs. Church: and then. ties. James considered the hint the Rosam 2i bases on balls; oft believe Florida has a marvelous future. We know that for proper develop.anent .

&I Mrs.Church seemed sympathetic twins had chen as to Jane's state I --- -- --- it requires a plan supported by.the entire population. A VAST PLAN'whici
'told verhatUo the story or her call! of mind from every possible angle Washington at Cleveland, postponed i 1796-Firt successful vacelna- contemplates a. greater vista of success for millions of people.
/I I tion by Dr. Edmund Jennrr of ,
on Miss Sarah. And how New Con and dismissed It as bosh. rain.
,cord relished this tidbit! The Judge had 'left James ten England-matter taken from a''' I We are offering ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS for the best Ideas and suggestions

When Japes went on Using quietly thousand dollars This James offered ee.eeee.e..caee.ee..e.e.Today's I' sore in hand of infected dairymaid ; to speed the day when dreams of Florida are developed into' homes

with his aunt,when. It was' known by letter to settle on Jane. Horoscope and cow-pox inserted in''l RUSSEt( S for, millions of happy residents.

$hat his clothe and about a quarter Jane sent back a stinging reply reusing I arm of a healthy 8-year-old boy. ;

'of the wedding presents had been to take a cent from him, C..e e e e e e ee es a..a'e e e e.e.

packed np and sent to the Mansion Mr. Northrop had other Ideas.' Today indicates an aspiring na i 1804-Historic Lewis-Clark expeditios j Contest Closes June 15tWg M93

those who had backed James with (Copyrlf tart tlatttl B.Tomorrow. rA.a" ture which will try to any out I, started from St. Louis ; CIGAR

their beta began pressing for pay plans in of opposition .This for the Pacific |1 STORE0
Jane takes hr de.eartur. .
pent. is well, if not carried too far; but I i I II
--- --- 1856 33 camels into -
in leads
this day it into dangero,4positions : -- imported FIRST PRIZE 500.tft

today arises in large: part directly and may cause calamity Texas on $30,000 appropriation I

VIEWSPEVIEWS; out of economic dislocations. ,, Do not depend too much on your I by congress for army service .-n I Daily Baseball, Returns

which took before own powers but listen to the aJ- the western plains. SECOND FIVE I"ru'ZE
place long we 250.00
I :
I entered the war." I vice of others even if you do m-t I I By Wire "' IaR I PRIZES d_

entirely follow it; for some of it 1884 -Wall street panic followed -

I t will be good by failure of &nb.I j jJ926 -0- ,
WHAT nievvorM many- '- --- --'"
\Vra. E. Borah. U. S. Senator from COME IN AND GET THE I
; A. Wood,... member of Idaho: At the age of 70. William I! :: -Caliphate congress, first 1 RESULTS OF THE
Cn.. *. : Virginia "In my opinion there must' be a Moore has cut ; BREWING COMPANY
tre rom of Kernville, CaL 'in the history, of Islam opened nCt'TO. MAJOR BASEBALL WAGNER
"Mr.' Ickes has complete and bonafide reorganization I
been stupidly a tunnel through rock more than LEAGUES
discourteous in his treatment of of the Republican party. 80 feet in length to intercept an I s

Vhe\ elected representatives of the expected gold: ledge Start 'em young with the pro -0-- MIAMI Service Everywhere FloridaI
people. James" A. Farley, Postmaster Ce.. Per'.feed, |if you waqt .chickens! to CIGARETTES

...alt! Increased prices of livestock grow into,eieient, layers of eggs, SOFT DRINKS, 1 fh

, Meaty L. Stimtoa. former Secretary "The Work Relief legislation is have caused many Kentucky f arnv, say poultry officials of West ETC. ,

,. of States the knockout blow to the depres I ers to turn their attention to yirjrinia University's college qfagriculture. -

""The.;iulfejing oj J .qui trniers!! : .!!o inising mules And Jiorses. .' 4 -- -.-__ _

I /.

. "t. '..4 -'. -- ..-- .... r.r .

Co .


TUESDAY. MAY tt, 1935.

SPRING ilhiLCOLLEGE I.eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeePERSONAL MENTIONte.a..cee..e.eeeee.a'!JFOGARTYS RETURN LARGE NUMBER Traveling Around America ) [! CITES RULING !,in the$500.usual manner under penaltyof


Mrs Charles Albury and daughter -: i warden in Webb county. Texas,

UNIT FEATUREDJOSEPH left yesterday afternoon fora GAINESVILLE I! --- !has killed 69 Mexican lions since
visit with relatives Miami I DOCTOR AND WIFE HAD BEEN appointed to the service in 1930.
Rev. C. A. Cox, who: came to I' CUSTOM HOUSE PERTAIN. c"_".
WM. PHELAN AND EDWARD First Baptist church,, left yesterday HERMAN HOL TSBERC,' SIDNEY
for Miami. I i. 3 d.y.
N. who
and Mrs-J. Fogarty, t! Information COLDSrirat
Muriel { of importance to
AT ALABAMA INSTITUTION Mrs. Thompson who arrived last week to visit relativesand PIERCE RAYMOND EINHORN r b 1 1t hil-T.kl.i.
arrived Sunday for a visit with, operators of vessels is contained S.Ire Net*Prep JmT-
)Mother's Day with thedoctor's
-' relatives, left yesterday for her spend MrsJeremiah & xt in the following instructions J'eI )f TONIC aM LAXATIVE

(Special t. Tae cln_.) home in Miami. Fogarty mother have returned to the:, ':lSprelat to The (71tae.) I ceived at I thl'local. customs house I'i

SPRING HILL Ala., May 14.--- home at Daytona Beach, J GAINESVILLE, May 14.-Led from the Bureau of Navigation'rI rand MONROE THEATER

The Spring Hill College musical Benjamin Archer, editor of the I Mrs. Fogarty left over the highway -'' by two candidates for the degreeof f .. Steamboat Inspection of the. Randolph Scott-Kay Johnson in
Homestead Leader, left yesterday this The doctor left'j' Department of .
bad morning. Commerce as VILLAGE TAIL
organizations the feature Doctor of Philosophy, I
Homestead after '
afternoon for a '
afternoon the found below.
yesterday on privatecar
I 7C .
place on the program of National visit of several! days' with his f,' Randleigh, as the guest of W.I I candidates for master's degrees,t If a vessel operating upon a, ---also- H

Music Week, appearing in parents, Mr.. and Mrs George F.'I R. Kenan. Jr., president. and receiver -' the 1935 graduating class of the < xx o, .yam. ,. regularly established line enters WE ARE NOT. DRESSING .
historic Bienville Square in the Archer at the home, Pearl and;, of the railway company; S.i iI' University of Florida on June 10 ., 'f'' port from a foreign country not : Balcony, lOcI Orcke
heart of M-chile, on the closingday. Newton streets.C. j I' M. Loftin, attorney and coreceiver will probably be the largest in these" Gr.u:<,<'t LuwI {- contiguous to the United States I tra. 15-ZOct Night 15-25

and L. C. Haines vice president the institution's history, a total of under a certificate of inspection !
Sunday. The college band, T. Coffin, of the Miami and treasurer. over 300 slated to receive degrees WINDOW SHOPPING which expired at sea or in a foreign .' _
glee club and orchestra performed from President John J. I >jTINDOW shopping from a Central 1 which Guatemala City, the capital.
Daily News!, who was with the, Tigert. \ port or in the Philippines or
under the direction of Professor group of newspaper men on their] CARD OF THANKS I I The Commencement Sermon ) American train may be productive I Is situated the temperature drops t Hawaii she is permitted to proceed Special Sailings

Edward V. Cupero, nation visit to Cuba leaving last Satur I I will be preached June 9 by Dr. M. of almost anything from from tropic to temperate and. the to the final port of discharge: J
ally known musical conductor, day, returned yesterday and left', We wish to extend our sincere Ashby Jones, Atla.nta. with Dr. gorgeous Indian handicraft to tropical scenery route passes accordingly.The first through I without incurring any penalty KEY WESTNEWYORK;I -i
in the afternoon for Miami. I thanks for the many kindnesses W. F. G. Swann, director of the flowers and steaming tortillas sweet scented Jungles and I provided she reaches the final
who came to Spring Hill this year I shown us during the illness and Bartol Research Foundation of the and the native vendors are one of tropical lowlands lush with banana warm port of discharge: within 30 days: -to---

for the organization of these O. W. Gyger, who spent three after the death of our loved one, Franklin Institute, Swarthmore, the most entertaining sights along trees through well kept coffee from the dateof the expiration of;
units.. months in Key Wbst recuperatingfrom William Griner, ST. Their considerate Pa., to deliver the baccalaureate the rail routes. lands and fields of sugar cane and her regular temporary certificate

The occasion marked the first an illness left yesterday,,I and solicitous acts will address June 10. One particularly popular train at an elevation of 4.000 feet skirts I of inspection. I|I S. S. "Henry R. Mallory"
afternoon for his home in Bedford -': ever be remembered by., I II' I Graduating candidates from l trip presents a marvelous Lake Amatitlan which, with Its If any vessel, other than those ,
appearance off the campus of the ; Indiana.. -j.: : vJynf" j(MRS. LULU GRINER.At: "D THEY Key .West, FlorMatfareV: : !L Toss-section view of Guatemala Istiie I fringe of hyacinths stretches like a I provided in the foregoing para* ,FRIDAY' MAY 24
Spring Hill band, since the. members .__: -w I' FAMJLYj; JH-ltx I II I o Bachelor; of ,Scaence'; '' ln? ''Civil J rtiJlejjourney-'fropy! ; Sal;Jqe ; j. 1J01l er-framed mirror at the foot of graph, is navigatedwitfout} having ,Due< New York' Tuesday" A. M.1st'Class I.

denned the natty purple and John J .Rojiiero.Who; was!=,:I (I'Eng neenn=':;,,. ,\Sidney!! : "if 'k'Bet- fired!aci3c! port to Guateniala'city. tea- volcanoes whose. blue cones ring on board, an unexpjred: \ regular oj I CIKi
:.intconnect1onl.wihkthe: ( 3>
lortffflghtljr (the horizon.The journey ends In the I ,.. w_
white I uniforms 'consIsting of spending' two days:in Key West his father. 'William Gririeri; ST.. kawitz.jfc "MW-lg; cruises between New temporary tertificstdl tL'J{lisps** -Fare '
York most urban of all Central American
pUlpiei'e5t' Point jackets i with asth'e] :guest of:hisT mother, Mrs.:left: over the highway"this' >morning -f}> ,Bachelorfof/Ajrt: *jhSEdueation\ : ': $1e Spanli[jA nqritas'and' California. {fttpitals-a city of modern buildings tion. that'vessel! is to be Wpbrtcato I \i.M&jgVj... 825.,
silver brocade, 'white pants, "and" A4<.Whitakerv left yesterday for: for Opa-Locka, 'wherejOie is Herman II.=:fcpllsfcws:.*' -.'1$ As the train makes the asCent ifel among evergreens and feathery I the Department of CommerqlPALACE .
purple shako; topped. wjtti; a .wnt6! hi/Jfcome in 4.Miami. I I I employed at the airport Kji II III j,. Bachelorjof;iScience. in. Business from the coast to the plateau;: palms with a temperature of perpetual I I: Includipfr.MeLi.and Berth
plume. I k I > j I Administration: Raymond 5.000 feel above sea level upon. spring. AUTOS CARRIED AT LOW!
. Combining'martial, collegiateand Mrs. Francis Mk>: who was a,!I Alex Findlay representing the i, Einhorn. 1t 'f 33y2Ksrr} ; : if '2 pas-
guest for several l in ''United' States Bureau of Shipping -I| Bachelor -------- ; sengvfs '$&.00 if
popular airs, the students concluded days Key'I ] of Science: Emory L. Edmund Lowe-Bela! Lusrosi i in more one
wit their stirring College West with relatives left yesterday left yesterday for. Tampa'I ''Pierce. J' The U. S." weather bureau esti- The production of beef cattlein THE BEST MAN WINS passenger.
for the home in IsIamoradaJ l I i after a short business visit. I I II I lr
song "Purple and White. i mates damage from hail stormsin the United States increased Ginger R I'5-Arthur Hoyt in I C. E. SMITH, Af ent. Key West
!I --- j NOTICE
The orchestra rendered
. of the latest hits together a number Dr. J. N, Fogarty. who was J. B. Blair, U. S. inspector ofi 1 I I 1934 at nearly 8000.000 slightly more than 10,000.000head ;; A SHRIEK IN THE NIGHT CLYDE-MALLORY

with a selection of old favorites.The spending a few days in Key hulls, and J. W. Sullivan. S.!! The Radio given away free at heaviest since the estimated $10- between January 1, 1928, Matinee: 10-lSc; Night 15-2Sc i

program of the glee club included West left yesterday afternoonfor inspector of boilers who were I I i the Gran Verbena last Sunday 000,000 damage of 1930. and January 1, 1934. 1 ,

a medley of old Southern I his home at Daytona Beach. j|: here to inspect the Steamship_ goes to 601. Apply to Mrs. Pablo --- -- -- -, -,---- ..
airs and other medleys specially I(I Florida of the P, and O. S. S.!i j i Callejo. 901 Fleming !'street not
arranged by Professor Cupero. Dave Griner, who was in Key Company left yesterday for later than Saturday. Mav 18.may14.1t .

The Hill musical director start- West for the funeral services of,.Tampa. 1 I j THE COMMITTEE. -.

ed his career with the band of I H
John Sousa. He has directed orchestras -
and bands throughoutthe FIRMS

country and was active in the

moving picture industry in the
infancy of the "talkies."
Joseph Beaver and William! She fIt/JIg- t-
Phelan of Key West, are memo J Who Rush To Give You Service-Patronize Them

bers of the Spring Hill band, and
Louis Dion, also of Key West is
a member of the college glee club. herself bodily ag il1sttb rv.
Edward Frcyberg, formerly of BARBECUED

Key West, is a member of the A JOHN C. PARK ROSES THIS SPACE
band and orchestra.. SANDWICHESPrepared
e door! .>. the Old-Fashioned
with all the FLORAL PIECES A
way trimming
SANDWICHES of all kind.
12 Insertions10cTo35c
ii Ji 1 e2 u$

w m 3 PLANTS and VINES
weekly shipment of Wine, Soda, Etc.
fruits and vegetables will arrive a.4 s SOUTH FLORIDA
tonight by truck for Lowe's Cash
Clrocery, 1117 Division street. "We Greet Yon With a Smile"
The shipment which; includes a 5e NURSERY $3.00
large variety of both fruits and ART'S BARBQUEDivision

vegetables is expected to arrive I PHONE 348 and! Siraonton St. PHONE 597
early in the evening. -NO FLIES-

Columbia Laundry is pleased to INSURANCE

announce that John J. Kirschen- Jewfish 2 Ibt 35c THE KEY WEST/ Z

baum is again associated with our I '''.
Yellowtail Steak, 2 lbs. 35c Office t 319 Duval Street
sales and delivery departments. Yellowtail on Bone 2 II... 25c
Mr. Kirschenbaum will cover the SUNDAY STARSabscnptwn
route formerly covered by Capt. Grouper 2 Ibi. ________ 25c
NO. 1
Leslie; Russell] consisting of all I Snapper 2 Ibi. ,_, -._-L- 25e
territory" north' of 'Angela'street.. "' Yw 4Yr M.tton Fish, Z Ibi, 25c $2 Per Year -- i .
fMr.. Ki'rschenbavun is thoroughly; .. + ,Try Yer, )d.." At.
familiar-with the laundry business FRESH SHRIMP Key W est'a Only I Sunday T. 1IL .. ;. '

having 'been associated with Paper ; Dtlmonico Reslanranl[

V.:several. years: ago: and .sinceeith 'FREE PROMPT DELIVERY.. Business Office Citizen PORTER.-ALLEN .4Iw.',," 'Boor ..--,.."--' .-JS.
various laundries "
> throughout
Florida.' LOWE FISH COMPANY Building '$is, Co r..* Dinner, Is--

We know that he will render his PHONE 151. PHONE SI COMPANY 4--------....'.*0 Tae .. customers the best in service con
sistent with our policy and that
they in turn will find him most 6 yd__ y"Cpax_
accommodating and pleasant in Our Reputation is WrapPRITCHARD[ AMERICAN COFFEE
536 Fleming Street
dealings. Now Offered in 3 Grades
ped package
West, Florida.
,a\ of STAR Ib 25c;
mayU3t.1IIII'.4T111. iL 'R LARGO, Ib 18c;

Watch lE PRINTINGDONE Dignified, Sympathetic V. & S., It. I5c.

Dxl.rs ConrteayLICENSED

AS pretty Alison Rede fought to hold off the menacing WATCHMAKER EMBALMER Grocery Store
you do act receive your '
paper by 6:15 o'clock: in the creature whose footsteps had dogged hers through! the vacant house, AND ENGRAVER ARTMAJfTpRESSCitizen Roasted Key West by

afternoon, call telephone 51 See Him Ambnlaaee Service
mounting doubts assailed her.
and a paper will be sent to ALL
yonr home A complaint boy Bid LADY ATTENDANT 512 Greene Street
i.i oa duty at this office from WHY had a doting father telegraphed her to meet him in the Hours, 9 _to 12-1 !i 6 Phone 256

purpose<:1S to of 7:15 delivering p. m. for con-the dead of a rainy night at this lonely place in Sussex? Why Indeed had Op.Saturday.NkLt.. ,PHONE 51 Phone sod Never Sleep.

plaint Help m* give you 100 he not kept the appointment-And now,on the other side of the door, ;: :'

percent. ervice by eating 51 DINE AT.:THE a ,.{ .... -
if yea do sot receive Too Citl- this danger! It's an exciting moment in- I I ;;:: .,>
sea ,
PLAZA RESTAURANT ,'. ... J .. .rf
< i '
.. .. -;
.I.14'II..IJT.lIKEY ;; \.- :' .'

II yon are accutomeo! to -

WESTCOLONIAL dining at borne, yon' will find -
HOTELIn E. THE PLAZA a novel.1ad eajoyablo -

; experience.BREAKFAST. i

the Center of the Business
and Theater District
First CIa.F"U'eprf- I -.
Sensible Rates

Garage Popular Price Elevator I I Starts Monday, May 20, In The Citizen soy Dnval Street -


t f .... i..