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Title: The Key West citizen
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: May 15, 1935
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VOLUME LVI. No. 116. KEY WEST, FLORIDA. WEDNESDAY, MAY 15, 1935. PRICE FIVE CENTS

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Republicans Mention Several As I MAKING PLANS f JUDGE HARRIS RENDERS OPINION Italy, Now Aims To Get Jump On Foe Ir4rMussolini


I FORfOURTH OF1.1 IN SPRAYINO CASE'BEFORE COURT

Possible ,' Presidential Candidates I
i Eyes Two War Centers

JULY PROGRAMj: Judge J. Vimng Harris in erfcn-: I'tnrb or unnecessarily inconven-

.' j inal court this morning. rendered':I t ienee the' property holder in per-j ,

Much1' I his opinion in the ,(matter of the \forming the 'search and making Ii J -- -- -- 0I -

Washington Hears TAX BOARD IS KAPPA PI CLUB COMMITTEES State of Florida vs. George 'ft i the seizure,'if' any. And -if tnel'
COMMISSIONERS GRAHAM\ CASE II Duce Says No Event
Graham. charged with'refushiglto'|officer so entering or his assistants: I I

Talk. As Pertains To FORMED HERE I HAVtALREADY STARTED, allow the state plant board'or employes I I do 'not 'exercise! tiJs caution, andunnecessarily' J JI
Will Find His
Country
ACTIVITIES LOOKING TO, to spray the trees on his.I -d.-mage, injure or I APPROVEBONDS I GOES TO TRIAL

National Election In premises. A motion to quash was*. mar the property of the I

PROPOSED CELEBRATIONDetermined J made in court yesterday by thedefendant's of the premises entered Unprepared To Combat
DECIDED UPON AT MEETINGOF owner"I' THREEOFFICERS I THIS MORNINGDEFENDANT
Year Of 1936By ; attorney. The motion :'purpose, then they exceed
-- i t Whatever AriseBy
." May
COMMISSIONERSLAST was denied. I thority become : II

to follow up last I The decision is lengthy and covers I are liable for prosecution and I : : f

PRICE NIGHT the matter in its every phase I punishment OTHER MATTERS, "ARE HEARD ARRAIGNED IM.j
BYRON
... Ak elal.4I year's gala celebration of the with! relation to the powers>> of the ,j Much more are the owners of ANDRUE BERDING
Chief of D.r. Tk >" :
( ._ %%....>..<_. I plant board and the law governing -, premises on which .plants, shrub AT CALLED MEETING OF MEDIATELY AFTER JUDGE'] 4iij'A..ei.i.4- Pr....
Fourth of with : I I
July even more
an
Many random LiLa of sews an4 Pursuant to instructions contained I the activities of that body! It i 1 and trees are ,growing. entitled to COUNTY ORGANIZATION AT I RENDERED DECISION ON i ROME May 15.Mnssolini is

elaborate program: of festivities, is i reproduced herewith for the information i i consideration!! : than in the ca'e ofI
speculation about 1936 and even in House Bill 163, approvedby of those interested criminals where a search warrant SESSION LAST NIGHT i MOTION TO QUASH CASEGeorjtfc looking anxiously ont of both

1940 drift into Washinftoa on the governor on May 3, members -, Kappa Pi Club committees have: which means practically the en-J I 11 I i:* isnied. I I corners of his eyes to north and
tire population of Monroe county Neither the Plant Board nor r rI t tI tI I
already launched plans for their i south he 600.00O
very breeze. of the board of,county commissioners and Key West. I its agent t or employes in the ex-I :Monroe county lommissioners I I B. Graham was placed !: as places } men

Very quietly, Mi..our Erie....j held a special meetinglast second Independence Day festivi-', The opinion follows: :Jcrcisc of pri Tile es or powers held a called meeting last! nightto :[ on trial this morning charged with it j nder arms to "face any event
I Ii. The motion to quash the infor- ferred upon tnem by the law in jquestion j
t
of, _Rotcoe c.. Pattertvo, are mak ties at South Beach. J I handle matters deferred from refusing to permit state plant ji j nail,."
above entitled { h&ve right to enter
l night to, form a DelinquentTax mation in the cause any jt j :
i...* campaifK f.* .bit nomination '' .President.- Oliver Armayor is i having been submitted" by t into and unnecernrily damage the j last! Wednesday's,regular-meeting i board-employe* to spray the trees i"' Twto'war centers he .has in mind

? .Adjustment",Board..' of Ap- the attorney for the defendant and'premises of the property holders. '. night when no quorum was pres- !I on hilt'property ,
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for Pr.. by the. republican* ... ; confident that.if Key.Westers co- '- to the -north' Germany to theAbyssinia.
: e.lat. t duly argued by the attorney :for i 4 They do have the right. however.!jr ent. The defendant was arraigned
pea1a..., -. operate with his organization this defendant and for the of the authority i t',,60\11'' ,.. .
1a1 '.7e... Some claim ha.already. r- attorneys r In the -exercise ; Attending' last'' night.-were difectly after Jguge J... Vining "
commissioners will form ryear,as they did last Fourth of State and numerousauthorities 1 jmtnted them, to enter the prem-j ,
nred ', County Chairman ,Commissioners ) Harris ''rendered his decision ''U Dace has said repeatedly that
i vote enough Carl Bervaldi > on'

,a'* ?
1
i j July, Kappa Pi'a. will leave nothing cited by both side:?. the court after i e? 'lof the property owner in''
0.ak.1 the. J>oard,ilonroe countywith-, thereof and Win. R.'Porter and Brat-; themoti to quashvJmade by :the l hcfwanU peace-but he meanto
consideration and courteous
due quiet
aim; a real (factor ,in..LL ,undone in their efforts to surt peaceable I : hare*through'being too atror.;
Carl, Bervaldi i,.. chairman;. Clerk ]i t 1 being advised on the subject at ,se'nnerand after having entered. '. ton B. Warren. Attorney'William'I!( attorney for the defence yetter':',I Ii -
tio.. their first Fourth giving the for the oUl.r.feIlQw" to want lj
S Ross C. Sawyer, secretary, and pass the merriest day in! issue. makes the following ruling. ,: they have the right: to treat the :, V. Albury, Clerk Ross C. Sawyer, ;i.i day. and entered plea of not i attack him.
for I townspeople to-wit- trees and shrubbery in the
Patterson defeated
was reelection plant j '
Sheriff K. Chief guilty. We're Dace
O. and
Thompson ReadySays
Tax Assessor! J. Otto Kirchheiner, j twelve Motion to quash denied. and either I ,
by
i years. quarantined area Fpray-
the in 1934.
to senate
I Deputy Bernard, Waite. I I Immediately selection: of a jury j lie raid it only! reccntlyxteenth -
: its card, the \ exceptions on behalf of defendant inr otherwise.If .
member without a vote. i Seeking to enlarge : or I ,
record of I : of the foun.lalion
He has long party anniversary
a noted.In at the time of the entry for I Depository accounts for the from the 21 members of the ;
service but there has been no]I Meetings of the board will beheld sports committee has decided toj I Ii 'j of the fascist: party March
j denying the motion to qua.hit the purpose of treating the plants month of April were read, checkcd ;; venire who responded to summons
add to its of eventsafter 23-when he declaimed:
widespread public mention of him j] 8 p. m., on the first Wednes-1 i boxing array is deemed advisable that the trees and) shrubs to *>e sprayed or II: and approved. ,I Monday, was begun. Defense and (; The millions of bayonets. car-
been asked to do so
for the presidency. What has I. day of each month in the county : having I court at this time pass on the treated that such article wouldbe '
prosecution each exercised
number of local battlers and! Bend for three deputy sheriffs) J i a per. ried by the blackshir accompany:
I by a the Plant Board treating orrrrayine
rights granted under damaged if the
been done in that direction represents I court house. The board is authorized -;- spectators of the fistic art. Evelio the law in question and the : we"e carried out at that ,; were read and approved as follows -: emptory challenge and 14 others '! our sincere desire." for Eurol'an

one of the most noiseless to compromise and adjust the I'I I Cabot Ismael Calleja, and Ar-j method of exercising those rights. time then and in that event they(i : j. of the venire were challenged for j Collaboration.

delegate- hunts ever conducted. I I amount required to be paid for senio Diaz, plan to secure the and privileges by its duly authorized rhould refrnin from spraying: the'i,: Bernard J. Waite, $1,000, with | ea ulle. i At the tame time he Mid:

In various quarters there is talk the redemption or purchase of tax : material on the island for fivej agents or employes. plants or otherwise treating them ,:, Paul Lumley and Archie Thompson :: Elimination of these left but I Ii "No event will find us unprepared
to face it We rejd
of Dr. Glenn Frank president of' rale certificates or any portion of!I i fast bouts of glove tossing. |I II The court rules that neither the!: and request! the owner or per'on i: .i five tentative jurors and it waa] are
for task that
as sureties; E. L. Levington. any destiny! tna-
I The Pulchritude committee will
,' Plant Board its agents or em- in cnaree: to appoi't a time when I decided to summon 25 others.
the University of Wisconsin for cuch certificates held by the state I: stage a baby show to precede the ployes or any other board ha the the treatment of the plants tree'or J! $1,000, with New Amsterdam Names were drawn from the box'and :i' place beere ns. If necessary '.

"" republican 1936 standard-bearer.I!I for the year 1933 or any previous ; annual bathing beauty contest in right to enter into the premiseson shrubs would not damage other ,I! Casualty of New York a4 surety; the sheriff instructed to have' will overturn with; unstopnablu

lie seema to have no organization year or years cpon lands within which at the last festival Mrs.!: which: a person's home is situated property. and defer the treatment Marvin D. Griffin $1.000, with them in court this afternoon 4:30 impetus" all the obstacles in onr

as yet. 1 said county, including the omitted I I I Edison Finder, formerly Miss'! for the purpose of spraying) oT the plants trees or shrubs! until !. Joreph: Russell! and Benito i Perezas o'clock. i iI i I II "'.)".

lie is put forward as a liberal, subsequent taxes upon such lands Elizabeth Niles, was judged most,' examining or otherwise treating: that time.It I sureties. I I Names of those on the Epecial ;: So Italy rapidly |>u hes ah'1! .
'hr armaments. The elaa.o
but liberal than the La Fol-! upon principles 9f fairness to the I beautiful, and awarded a large plant*, tree or shrubs! unless they i h supported that the proper i: Resignation of Chief Deputy venire are: Chester V. Sawyer.j
( less i
I 1911 hats been recalled the CIa
lettes) who has a flair f"r phrase-' county and owners and lienors of silver loving cup. |I II i do so in an orderly,.courteous and method of carrying out the law of :i Sheriff Clements Jaycocks under Charles Gibson James K. Carry i :
of19I3 nrsTcf !
such lands provided however !i I The baby chow plans call for' reasonable manner having due the state and enforcing: ths rules Walter Ru-sell. Clements Jay- kept arms althlI !!
making. an exceptional! ability aaj I date of May 2, was read and ordered ,I I rjaxa pf 1914 has begun i'trainlt'jbe
and ,a considerable, that all taxes due the state are to I i first and second prizes to be regard! for the rights of the property of the Plant Board is that the : approved and filed. cocks. Jr.. Thomas Knowlex, Hugh
a speaker, ,
'
; air force bull
knowledge of political. but be paid in full.CAPTAIN. |I It I awarded the prettiest babies. age'4to owner or owners and tie property owner be notified that it : ..Application. of'Henry Johnson Hindc, JOfR. bWO JoJiaroiwFerj". ; :' fffftk'c'iVd'' )ITJflTper" "a''nncprosrau ,

",, _. baR.V.b to ha.Hdicap t 12'months- 12 to'25. and 24 preservation and safekeeping of is neeessarv th it his 'laht'; treesor that hii property on Key Largo, nando/Voght. Robert Lee Albury,
him.Hoover. -- r-'---- -I J to 36 months. A prize will also''' these rights. shrubs be treated and requested I now a part of a subdivision, be Earl Hathaway.! William ('.ox. new artillery t.ankllo machinegun.s
JAMES I I ,
i masks fj-,
be given for the prettiest baby!!I In cases where search warrant. ) to inform the agents or em- back basis Charles Curry, Tony Cruz. Ralph, ; obligatory ps
Possibilities 1 I, ; placed on an acreage : civil
employes in strategIc inJ!"
smile. '! are issued against the person or ployes of the Plant Board as to I, was. referred to Attorney Albury A. Kemp. Charles 'Allen. Herbert ;:, ;
One astute republican old-timerj VISITING HERE;I i The bathing beauty contest will ., property of a defendant charged!!': when the plants trees or shrubs'. for his opinion. "'<<"<
thinks that if the convention were!' be staged along the name lines as'\ with the most serious offenses; the maybe treated'by them with least ,t' The matter of creating a Delinquent "'. Lowe. Arold Henson. John W. :, the most powerful battleship; in

held tomorrow, on the basis of. -- 'i that of 1934. Key West merchants -i law require that the entry, search inconvenience to the property I Tax Adjustment Board Nfl- n. Roland C. Richardson!' : the world 1 under construction.

pledges or near-pledges already NAVAL will be asked to sponsor' and Feizure must be made by tha owner and least, damage to his ; as provided by Hojse Bill No. 163, Arthur Crusoe.! William P. Wil- i S.JJs Wars Feared
.
NOW STATIONED ON
given mere than a' year in ad-: the beauties and local wearing apparel officer executing. the same in a other property situated on the which provides for the compromise hams, Cleveland Saunders.I I What Mussolini i fears is a .- ;:1.!

vance more than 20 candidates, DUTY AT PORTSMOUTH I !, stores to outfit the contest' polite, reasonable and proper man., premises and that the treatment ;,, and adjustment! of tax sales cer-> The five names remaining on den outbreak of war. It might

would be assured of greater or I ants. Prizes will be given for!'ner. and that the searching of fi- he deferred until such reasonable! ', tlficates held by the rtate and it the list from the regular venire of come from a grave incident 0:1

lesser blocs of votes. I NEW HAMPSHIRE first and second places and for i''cer must be extremely cautiou-j time suggested by the property S I was decided: that this matter betaken 12.and the special venire of 18 are: the Abyssinian border. The ma-

In various well-informed quarters I I the most fascinating smile. !Miss\ I not to damage unnecessarily dis.i ,holder. !J I up at the close of the meet- Roscoe Roberts, Norman Baker. jority of Italians', i in any evru,

there is a Definite 'belief that i I| Martha Carbonell won both second i I Frank del Villar. Abelardo' Lanes-.. are certain that war will conu:
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the nominee is most likely to, Captain Thomas James. U. S.i j place and smile contest at the fez !. ------i. No further: business coming be- and Diego Torres. j there with the autumn.It .
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come from the midwest or west. N.. came to Key West yesterdays tival last year.Another .s..s..s..s. eeoeeeeeeeoeee fore the meeting for consideration ------ --- ; might conic from German!

In spite of all the talk friends of j to be present at the,,, graduation of '. tennis tourney will soon BEHIND THE UNES The'Inside' Of The News :, adjournment was voted TUG LEAVES TO annexing< Austria. Mussolini ''i i

Herbert Hoover who sfiould knowl! his daughter Miss Josephine at': begin at the Bayview Park courtto Br OSCAR M. JOHNSON ;, said that the independence of A '

do not expect him to throw hil't!the exercises to be held tomorrow :| determine contestants who will tria i is the "cornerstone" of I'al' .
Mills ; .........................eeaeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee ,
support to Ogden or any by the Convent of Mary Immaculate -' appear in the finals for Kappa P1'scity MENDELL PLANSBRANCH ASSIST VESSEL ian foreign policy.

other easterner. on the grounds of the insti- tennis championship title. TALLAHASSEE, May 15.-( to be honest;; and fearless. .But, The suddenness of the event
Incidentally various local leader tution. lie is spending a short vacation Permanent possession of a gold There may have been some who ; he was closely aligned with Dan I STORE war obsesses Italy's leaden II ussolinl .

in, several states arc pledging with his family at the home'on lined silver loving cup will be were "stunned at the senate's action -: Mahoney, general of the! ; : said last August, at the ,':,)1..

their efforts to Mt-. Hoover him- Whitehead street. awarded the player winning three ;j in refusing to confirm the. manager j' WARBLER GOES TO WATERS; elusion of the army maneuvi :

self. lIe scarcely IA likely to disavow For a number of years Captain.! : of the annual matches. Ygnacio governor's nomination of Vernon j Miami News, who was attributed'as i INVJCINTY.OF; -\I "\Var l i. a possibility and c<.u'-i'

thin following at the present James was stationd, at Key West j Carbonell. present holder of the :j jtr ; Hawthorne as state attorney of! beinz head of Dude country' MEN'S DEPARTMENT TO "BE : break out Without warning. if .

stage.! What he- doe eventually and during nis stay made a hostj &t>hy. defeated Peter Varela IanYeat. ; Dade for another four, year term I ro-ralle Little Tammany and as : J -:.. "' JUPITER. i necessary 'G'be prepared, nut ''ir

is another fcnatteiv ..i' of fricnJav\ h
No Snvpflsezr '"' back home after en absence of almost -t l Day merrymakers in i, the average legislative observer.' ... of Miami II "" "', ". .- ,I .. .
Bench keystoneof I '
; there on tha'' iisido> 'off republican -II three years." He is now on* one of the most-interesting match-: I j It was no"secret that the "cardS: '!\ t -> i t"r;yfnt&nz ''Tng'AVarbler" .Jl.! ...,I tn, Official WarniaK In 'S#*it tft

affairs it'wbuld'caHise' no duty at, Portsmouth.!; JJcw: ,Hampshire. ->, es seen; on local 1 court! in years. )I were stacked" so to speak.- i J gambling in the South. .Ma- -- ..T this morning to render as-itttanre. The (undersecretary ot -\.irGeneral

soin>rixc..K a.hel) MnnerVPttsident 1 I &' ." -.- I The race committee composed! ] honey's ticl..ein. the city election.: n-ot The' 'lIu}):''" Store' to' a d1'hlelhkteaInahip which: at, Fedcrico: 'B "tt t'dlJ:,
Expansi
threw h"M, support ..definitely. :Hbonq l,, 1":While ,on .du* y: at :)Key '. W( $t. J',of Jos.el'ra, Frank Fernandez j I Fuch 'matters 'considered' at.,,Maqsi\ Beach late I last year bats'! announced today by*'William the1' time1',thee radio was receivedw'off Mid .r"'.the,senate; '
are was
.p{ .the leading,'tandidates' at: Captain James had,' tli'e"ihonpr( of and Rene Alvarez report lining up I only! :executive session!'\ 'and no ,.,\. new control of city affairs Mendell. who, in the near future,: the coast\ oT Florida to the t "When war might break o-n i 1 Knot
I '
/ somemonths official host to Franklin another horse for the entertainment northeast of Jupiter. .
being race given to to
the J pychologicalmon1eDt. : : :: anyone foreq. -
j (IRe"orficially: knows what actually came into being. .Charge was will conduct a men's store in the :
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hence. I I Delano Roosevelt during his visit of the children. "Star. The name of the} ship is American j But it U. evident that it will < """
takes place except the senators made that Hawthorne had failedto Renrdo building and continue the'ladie {
A good many candidates-particularly to this city while seretary of the'I ; owned by Gilbert Weech. carriedoff Steamer Manatawny\ and dam-1 almost without warning. that" i ,
I can' disturb gambling long knownto in the
I Ii I and the chief clerk. .But it department present ,
and went out for fishing the honors in the 1934 race. to the ship's machinery! isj after
a half-dozen or more I navy a ages I only a few days of politn
in the
be safely said that the vote againstIiawthorne'a : flourish community, as location. \
niidwesterners-will be fishing secretly -i trip on the Tug ?Massasoit commanded Buster Cerezo. popular owner of; i' given as the necessity for asking' tension.
continuance in office; ]long as his friend Dan Mahoney This i is a dream which Mr. Men-
for that support. It should! by Captain James. j several equines. recently purchas-! aszitance. "Therefore In necessary '!i.-.'
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dorpite his re-nomination in the was in the Beach saddle that the dell has fostered for many years ;
those who ed fast steed named "Sandy"and As soon as stores and provision rfn
be remembered that a ; we not let ourselves be an'ititatrd -
1934 June primarv was 35 to 0' indictments were really inspiredfrom but up until the present: time he. I >
control the party machinery in, is at present grooming him I were secured: the Warbler sailed $] I .ml permit the enemy '->
FERRY BRINGS .Which fact indicates that not the politics growing: out of has been unable to realize it. The -
sections. and especially in i i iI for the Indeenpdence Day Derby. with the regular crew. No additional take the initiative of the of
many Ii even his home senator came to hi, (he Miami Beach elections. .This good business which: he has enjoyed. -
Foot of all kinds will be ;: hands added to the fense. Therefore *
races acre r
by the
the !couth are men picked have been the basil the war nmovement.
I is believed to especially! during past: I'
rescue.
PINEAPPLES of the day's entertainment. I I personnel Is the case. when the j .'
i
Hoover. IN ;, a part i I i for the senate's rejection of him year and the bright prospect for i as (as compared wi'h" th
ableto If favorable weather conditions ship to assist a stranded ves- j static
be goes ,
fighting of the
Some figure he might : him trcnche-i ;
I for another four-year term. the future of the city, made
control and deliver,* beyond i ____ !:, prevail, local owners of speedcraft1will 1 Hawthorne can attribute the re-j I I feel justified In making this im-. EeL ... : imperative for us."

question a good many scores of I Palma arrived yesterday be given another chance to1( fural to confirm to the activities: ;: : provement. '! And therefore it ill that I't: )

delegates. I afternoon Ferry from Cuba with, 14 car even the score with small Dr.silver William ,! of Senator Hayes H. Lewis of ARRANGING FOR Because Mr. Mendel wants to'' tr1'Dot4rc .1: may well be said to be now 01a>
took
: who
a cup
Five Years Ahead loads of pineapples. 9.824 crates; Kemp Jackson.: who was among a score ;i open the new store with a complete I :cemi-war basis"
j South j'sttiSS'
through
while dashing : I Iw.ve"
Some of those in the field for: one car of sugar. 98 sacks of mail :: Beach waters, at the 1934 festivaL : or more indicted: by a "crime i; NOVELTY EXHIBIT new stock he will open to- I
,specialIgfaridJ early, '
the 1936 nomination do not expect -. three miscellaneous: and one pas- which addeda jury i morrow morning a Grand Removal ,: RUSSELL GIVEN
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The sailboat races. I
:
'i this in connection with t I
desire to be 0 year gamb-j I Sale. As rtated in today's half-,
or especially senger.
gala touch: to last year's pro-. _,l '
nominated. They are just getting I t will .again be listed on theorganization's : ling. robberies and 1 i! DISCUSS PLANS page advertisement the manaage-! '
tof TO'
MEETING
jrram. lotllact'
LODGE
Lewis was acquitted to in this HONORSJ.
ment has attempted give i
in trim for 1910 -setting an The: ,
jC.COLDWINSt card of events.
l evidence. .He came to.attend this j f' !sale the biggest bargains ever advertised -
,organization: under way, and stepping runs will be made on a triangle i session fully :tJetermined prevent WiLLBE' HELD TOMORROW j (j Ii'I
'here be seen I > I It In any sale. i \i
and! eut they can SCHOLARSHIP: course. ];:, the confirmation of Hawthorne I! ;: Every item of men's wearing! Winfield Russell. Keeper ofRecords

remembered. i t t I t Efforts are being made to secure in the'belief' that Hawthorne -i 'apparel has been slated for redue-1 j ris and Seal. of Key Wev

It.is surprising how many republican the.cooperation of the, FERA to inspire Lodge No. 163. Knights of Pythia,
i I Isle'I II permitted policies: I tions, as it is the desire of the management -j
politicians looking Coral
the
are towards .obtaining the indict- I I has been appointed Deputy Grand
securing
his course in All societies clubs or other organizations -; to move none of the ]
that
!
far ahead and how many I the of the day's
Casino for. scene This
I Atlanta heralding Chancellor. appointment
from -
Press reports ments. lo
j
stock to
which desire" to help present new <
jitorie it has given rise to. t the winners of scholarships activities.PRESCRIPTIONS. !I I make the International Stamp,,.. c'F: !I was made by Paul] Watkins. new
Chancellor of Florida.Mr. .
selected from Grand
Emory University
to ; i: Coin and Key" West Novelty Exposition -
school seniors in Georgia. r Until the! indictments were re I I ... Watkins H a former Ke.

Amateur Night Dance 1 high Alabama. Florida and Tennessee. All ingredients used are I turned.' Hawthorne serious had threat been re to j jI I II II the interest in December of our city a,success are requested in I KAPPA P1'SI &U..1.: A NEW SERIAL STARTING Wester now residing in Lakeland.

TONIGHT, 9 TILL ? carried the name, of C. A. Cold,I Fresh and Full Strength. Regardless I garded as.a very in 1936. .He to send a representative I FOURTH OF ;, MAY 20 IN Hi* many frienJs and members of
the governorship : West bare
I the order in Key expressed -
Mr. "
of Miami, son of and.tn. of who doctor is.
Floor Show Jr., I your with representative
Composed of A..ate.raIIABANA.MADRID Florida to a meeting
,
the
had been awarded slated
themselves being
Charles Cold who formerly resided send your prescriptions to.Gardner's .- I Association for I of the Philatelic and NumismaticSociety FESTIVAL THE CITIZEN as -
CLUB, i medal of the Flag I I. over his befog elevated to thi.<
i In Key West. Eaton,
I Pharmacy distinguished service in law I : of Key West at 708 LL said.
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Admission 75c Ladies. Fre, Mrs. Cold i* a sister of Mrs. conceded street on Thursday at 8:00 p. m. ....................... exalted position *
enforcement. .He was ;l
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TAGE TWO THE, KEY WEST CITIZEN WrnaT q.DAY. .tAY lq.. 1 3 .
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1.Jt Sxc;? ((55ESI I FREEDOM-OF PRESS SPEECH 1 T ..........*............., Chittenango, N. Y. Died at Hol

.. ASSEMBLAGEIn KEY WEST IN Il[ TODAVS.WEATHER 11,i Today'sAnniversaries Iywood May 6. 1919.1857Winiamina .
PnMUaed Daily Except Bandar By --
TUB crriicx rvBLxsnnra t'Ors inc.L. I DAYS GONE BY i
P. ARTMAN. ......_t. a recent speech J before the Associated .. 1 P. FlemingHarvard's >
noted astronomer who
Comer From Greene The Citizen and Ana BaUdlnc Streets I Press, Secretary of the Interior Happenings Here Jut 10 Year 1 Temper*tores* 1 1j I WEATHER FORECAST [........................ ,first began her career on entering

Ago Today As Take From .... .. ... .86 1 1773
j Highest i i --Prince von Metternich the Observatory as a temporary -
Ickes devoted his principal emphasis to a The File Of The Citize Slight:: disturbances central I
... are DiedJune
\.Ab Dally Newspaper la Key Wei and Monroe Lowest .....,. ._ this Austrian statesman, born. !!! employe born in Scotland.
discussion II ......._._ 80 I morning off the New England 11
County. of freedom of the press of Mean -- -- -- 1859. j Died May 21, 1911.
Normal Mean ,......._..--:79 coast, over North Carolina and 1i
watered at Key. Weet. Florida aa aecond claw matter speech and of assemblage. He held that The monument which President I over the Rio Grande Valley East-] i
FIFTY-SIXTH YEAR Alfredo Zayas, of Cuba, will have t Rainfall ,, port, Me.. 29.72 inches Wythe- i 1788-James Gadsden. soldier,! 1859-Pierre Curie, joint discoverer .
any effort to circumscribe them would be erected to himself,' and which Yesterday's Precipitation .0 Ins. ville.'a.., 29.86 inches and South Carolina railway president,! with his wife of radium,

Associated Meathev Press., the I. exclusively Associated Frees.Li entitled to .se extremely dangerous, and said: "Any at- was ordered from. Italy arrived I Normal Precipitation .... .11 Ins.', Brownsville. Texas 29.74 inches;!)[promoter of Southern national-}! French physicist, born. Killed in
:.r republltatlon of all news dispatches. credited t. ,, ''in Key West yesterday by express I TfcU recor. severe ..-...ir period while the northern high: preiwure ,r iwn, negotiator of the historic'[ accident, April 19, 1906.
it or not oU-erwUe credited .In this paper and also tempted legal restraint, however wisely and as the monument occupied j}j ,..<...If ot M .'.*.*.. tM woroms;. area overspreads the upper Miisissippi *-'"Gadsden< Purchase" born at!!
the local nee e publUned Lero. applied would be far than :the space of the entire car, the car I!r Valley sad' Lake region!i!!! 1863-Annie Fellows Johnston! ,
] worse excessesof Tomorrow's.AlmanacSun I|I < Charleston S. C. Pied there. I
was run aboard the Ferry Palma I ......... Sault Ste. Marie, Miclu, 30.42'j 26, 1858. Of'c..1{[I children writer, born atEvansvffle. ;-
NATIONAL EDITORIAL) free expression, even though the free- and was on its way to Cuba yes rises _...._. 5:42 a. m.j inches. Rains and thunderstorms! :', ; ImL Died at Louisville
JI.ASSOCIATION, aTterneon The monument Sun sets .m._._. .......- 7:04 p. m.| t I Ky.. Oct. 5, 1931.
<:::/, 1935ADVERTISING dom exercised bordered on license. Too terday I Moon rises! .. .... 5:41 p. m. 'have wccirrred .since yesterday I II
I is of bronze and! wieghed air 11! .....m... ..... m.1,i mornin:: from the central Plains i j 1823-Thomas Lake Harris,; '
much freedom is better Moon set ._ 4:O a. I I American Invitation sent
than little 1 have been to
8&J111CRIPTION IATE9.rue even a proximately 2,000 pounds.! ,: State and northern Texas east! mystic poet and i I
Yr _.n n' ....._._. U.... I I Tomorrow's Tides 'ward ever' Virginia and North:|:founder of an idealistic om..nJ 1 1 i nation bothering on the Pacific
Pia Month. ... a.11 restraint imposed from the outside, be-
Three AIth. .--............ ..,t The daughters of 'The King A.l.f. P.M. Carolina. being heavy at Abilene i ity. born in England. Died :March1j23 \ p I I ocean for a Pan-Pacific! Educatiwal -
,_. 1ofUa ., ,..... ... cause excesses, if indulged jn will in the : j jI *' 1906.ISISKilo. Conference at Tokyo the
inches
-- It held an expressive; and beautiful 1 High ....... .... ... gOO: 9-29 Texas. ] .16 and Little I{
Weekly
end either: cure themselves or kill them ceremony yesterday afternoon Low ......._... ....- t:4l 2:55] Rock Ark.. 3.22 inches. There!I I II ', week of August 1.BENJAMIN.
RATE Barometer at 8 today: I have aim been t'ainl. mostly light, i famed'Raxsian
Yade 1rne_ on a.plkatoeaPEC1AL when Mrs. belle Mead of Key I a. m. j Metchnikoff. : LOPEZ
&OT1CB selves. t West was! inducted into memberjship. t Sea level, 29.93.WEATHER I II on the Pacific coast from San I I biologist, born. Died Jo4y. I
An reading notices cards of thanks, resolattoas efvrnrrl. That statement is of exceptional importance The ceremony was conducted I iFianci-co, northward, in North 15, 191C. FUNERAL HOME
: rMtuarr notices. et&, will he charged for at j CONDITIONS J!Dakota Colorado and Maine.Tewperaturei EsltklUkeJ 49 Yeere
.te rate of cents a line. by Kev. C. I:. D. Critlt'RJen'l I I I I r i
*1 7otl's ;:entertainments' by charcaes from which for two reasons: First it comes and was participated in by the have fallen in the Key Wisp's Oldest
t revenue" is to bo derived, are i rents a II... Ohio and middle 18tG-LYIIUtft Frank Raunt, an.!
from high entire I (Till 8 p. m., Thursday) 1i j I i lower Lake region. I 24H.., A.hl..c. Service
The Citizen Is an forum and Invites dlsens. a government official, who has membership.
open thor of "The "
Ion of public In....a and onbjects of local .r general ---:.. i Key Wet and Vicinity: Partly;J Mississippi i Valleys and North Wizard of Ox, and\ IJc...d tmb.tmec
nurert but It will not publish nooymoo8 eommvnl> 'himself been subjected to a great deal of 1' 1'Atlantic States, with freezing this other children's stories, born at'I rio_ 19a wpbr' ; qA.W
and Thursday,
YI'inl1 criticism. Captain Tottenham, British'i needy tonight ,|morning in northern Michigan: ;i iI I -_. ... .-.-. ___ .. ..
And it --
second come at a time Naval attache at Washington L>.: 'while in Gulf coast districts and!I
A little learning makes the tongue when other and lesser officials are show' C., arrived on the U. S. S. lay-, ".- {I,the South Atlantic States reading j Ii i

vag ing themselves to be exceedingly thin- spring today and it the guest of I i are above normal and maximum .1-
Captain| and Mrs. C. I). Steams, J temperatures' of 90 degrees or
skinned in the face of any criticism, no I
at the naval station. The di.-tinguislicd above were reported yesterday in
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In Miami an honest man in politics matter how constructive, of their work or :: visitor, who came from j I northern and central Florida. IF You LIVE

seems to be out,of.place.? their ideas, and are obviously eager to ef- Ul't"l'f.a Islam! hiher the Bay- G. R. KENNEDY
feet } of fpnng had guile to ccjivey: Assistant I I Official inToday's Cbarre. <6. 17I
censorship dissenting voices.
Secretary of War T.1)oagtass .
Those jwh'9, repeat i )their., ; :mLstakesshow Free, speech, free assemblage,. and U..b iisoii <>n an in.-na) : ? i..o............. ,I ." ._111. fi' .,. I .J
'free'donl"' 6f the the tion trip to that i island! after I ;L.Tbundersbowers ;; .
a woeful lack of originality.. press are most im- Birthdays i 1 I! u.'t. -
j which Secretary Robinson jnx>- ] t...,! "; 1 1' :.
_y,:- : j'" "f portant cornerstones of democratic government C't'f'eJe.1 l to I'eiisacola. Partly Cloudy ........................}.I II 1 ,i ryftt ;.

Sunday was also National Hospital The best friend dictatorship has probably thundershowers Thurs. Gerald B. Lambert chairman of:,j I ..

Day, but mama got" all the'aoclaim' .. ... ,M. j ?the.,power.to forbid, to censor, to 'dsmandithat Cuban Consul] Domingo Milordis day; gentle'.variable winds. : :',the board the Gillette Safety Razor !\ ;

'J," a certain thing be said-and in receipt of a letter from the Florida: Mostly cloudy tonight,i, Co, Boston born in St. Louts, j
chief of police in Havana assuringhim 49 1I
years atro.
Eve was the apple of Adam's eye and nothing more or less. A' thousand com- and Thursday, probably local I f
that boy scouts who go to -r-
she was also a peach. That's what got mentators have writen of the pitiful pressof Cuba for the presidential thundershowers in north portion II I Henry L. Doherty. noted utility I! tam ds

1 Adam' in trouble. such countries as Germany, Russia and guration of Cerardo: \ ..ina\i-f'I tonight and Thursday and in I'outh magnate born at Columbus, 0.,
will be cared for by the afternoon I 05 years ago.
Italy, where each newspaper is regardedas portion Thursday ; somewhat I
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department. This information; has!
Pilsudski is the first modern dictatorto the personal organ of the dictator of the been given George F. Archer,t i cooler Thursday in northand I Dr. Charles W. Stiles professor
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central portions. at Rollins College. Fla famed
be put out of the running. Now we will moment-and where an erring editor is scoutmaster of troop 5, who is to '
i Jacksonville to Florida Straits i'zoologist, born at Spring Valley :
see if his political structure will topple or disciplined with fines, imprisonment, their be in visit charge to the of the island.scouts on 'Gentle shifting winds becoming N. Y.. 68 years ago.

his spirit prevail.An exile. moderate to fresh northeast over :
Henry M. Waite noted civil en- I
Mr. Ickes brought out still another north portion and gentle to moderate -
Telegraphic advices received by, winds south pioneer onetime Dayton, 0_ city.,
Arkansas newspaper announces fine point in his speech, when he said: the chamber of commerce from} easterly over manager: and Federal Public
and
portion mostly! oven.stweather
the postponement of a lecture on "Whatto "Free economic enterprise, free political Representative J. I'. Ku&to state tonight and Thursday! Works head, born: at Toledo, Ohio WHEN you live in the country there are
|I 66 years ago. lots of things have to do without-not be-
that the bill I introducedin you
institutions and the free recently showers Thursday and north J
Eat, because the lecturer had an at- speech of which over I
'4 the :state legislature for the ; cause you can't afford them, but simply because
portion tonight. j! David E. Kaufman of -
Scranton
the free is in
tack of indigestion press a part, are one and formation of Kcdlands
Countywas East: Gulf: Gentle variable i I i Pa., lawyer. former Ministto ,, they aren't available. And so, you haveto
s separable. Ordinary man is not so con unfavorably reported on by winds becoming' moderate easterly i, Siam. born in Bradford Co., Pa.. i content yourself with the use of substitutes,
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Will Rogers suggests that Jim Farley stituted that he can think or speak for himself the committee.The over extreme north portion. I 52 years ago. t often more expensive.
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invented the chain letter racket to help when he is honelesslv denendent for I _. -- -, i

the postal business. But we suspect it was his daily bread upon the tyranny of a team comprising University 10 of' members Florida track ar-I I'. One of the advantages of living "in town"is

started as an April Fool joke. super-industry, or the tyranny. of a super- ived this morning from Tampa. the availability of gas-for cooking, water

i state.. They were joined ,on the arrivalof j heating and many other home uses. It is better

I Almost any young lady in Key West, The Secretary of the Interior is to be the the morning team from train the by Universityof membersof ImportantAnnouncei quicker, cheaperand dds so much) io comfort "

at present unattached, can catch an elig praised for speaking so forcefully and so Georgia. The two team! left and convenience. Make your home really

ible young man before the ides of June if frankly on one of the burning issues of the for Havana and will meet the mentsnptlon modern by taking full advantage of the avail-

she gets busy and keeps on his trail. time. Havana teams in a series of competitive ability of this dependable, economical fuel.
events to be held at ths i
dedication of the Havana Stadium. concerning the cedeFourth of First and :

Branding the action of senators who MISSING-$2,000,000 IN TAXES Liberty Loanmade Bonds have been :

voted against abolishing the fee system as Forces employed on the construction 0, by the Ireasu nry* Department this I GAS RANGE SPECIAL

a grim joke, the Orlando Sentinel implores, The Los Angeles] Times recently car- of the La Concha hotel, week. I II ,

"Don't laugh at them, folks; in the next ried an interesting commentary on the are making good progress. Workbegan I
yesterday preparing block
election they are going to get a rude subject of private versus public power frames for the erection of'the I

awakening." Ha, ha, ha, ha!-Fort utilities., walls which will be the next step We would be pie;aced to have you f I I Terms as low as $1 down

Myers News-Press. Los Angeles] is now served by two systems of the xrcrk.Editorial cone lit US :
month
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one municipally owned, the other I I per
comment: The business ;
Have you ever thought that the mer- privately owned. Each charges exactlythe man who sits in the back of, ;
chant who does not advertise is.. probablytoo same rates. his store and pokes his head into' THE FIRST NA TIONAL BANK

incompetent to buy goods advantage- The private utility, which has approximately his borks the success all day! ,of miirht the politicianwho contemplate :; OF KE'YM r WEST I Florida Public Ufilities Co.

ously and makes you pay for his incom- one-third of the electric busi- gets' elected' by smiles! and

petency by charging you more than else- ness of the city, pays about $1,730,000 a handshakes.! i mb r of the Federal Reserve ; JACK R. HYMAN, Sales Manager
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for the goods you,desire: .? It pays dear in federal, state and local taxes. i
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to advertise and it pays'to-re !'the'adveExwhere j t e. The publicly-owned utility, doing Rosa Sawyer was elected rec- I.
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of I II
rotary tMP. O. Elks lodgeat !

tisements. ... ... -.. 'twice as_ much business an its .private comjiftitorjjpays a meeting held last night i in I ..... I II, ,J ; --- u. ..---- .-;,,,-,, 9:': I. .., "
taxes. the or the! niation.1!**? 71 _
no room nr .. .
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Next best.. ,..j/: thing'" ', .';fi< rg:; 1ti'pg-011t- :: of g'Result.;- I ; lit the:.publicly-owned! utility I ...e.__..e.--e..........,f ... .... ,," 'c'-: ':. ." ,- ;::",. ':. ;
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debt i is keeping out of'debt. 'It. Inadvisable we.r.e' taxed -on the same basis! as,the private Today's Horoscope t Handy Check List ;:of .Facts: .. ',:;" ,-...!::i' :'.

not to experiment with the government's utility it would pay into public treasuries : : : .. ,
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specious theory to spend yourself into a the neat sum of $2,346,000; a year. I n g era .'mtU rill :sri: toI
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This fi patient 'Ed,. C.r IC.** j I Ii
t person a \\'od.1: I "
con( ition. The old saying to The Los Angeles public systemis
prosperous power rr, humble in spirit. Do not )tit'to Features of Ford V-8 Make and Price of as Compared1 wirfc
save a little for a rainy day still holds often pointed to as a successful exampleof <) much trust in others for there! I',i for 1935 Other Car Will. This Featuro ForJ V-8

good and don't get the fatuous idea into municipal ownership. It should ba doing i it indication of loss thereby, orj !
perhapthe path of life may bej 1 Shatterproof glass throughout _....:i.......... ........___ So has Hupmobile at $1395 $820
head that '"it ain't rain well when its much
your a gonna no expenses are so led into useless!' tracks. Therefore I i 8-cylinder engine _.... _........_..___.._.__.:...__.._< Hudson has in-line 8 at $780 $195 '

more." I tIt less" than a comparable private company, 'while remembering the want of I'i Vee-type engine __-......______._......._.. ...._-....-.. So has Cadillac .1 $2445 $1870

an.l charges are the same! i ..thus do not forget that you It 221 cu. in. piston displacement t ._.._..........- .-- --. Pontiac 8 has 223 at $C30 $255
need things for
some yourself.
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is perplexing to define President ia sacrificing degree. 90 Brake horse power......_....__.___.____' So iron Oldsmobile 6 at $790 $215
Roosevelt's mental gyrations when he repeatedly SHOULD EAT GRASS e I Copper-lead connecting rod bearings.. _. ..: So has Packard 8 at $2385 $1810

has stated that he invites critics While the birthrate of negroes.I IJ Tungsten exhaust valve seats ..... .---- So has Chrysler 6 at $830 $255

s i im: yet when he is ciiticised he becomespeeved Man may not be wiser than animals J i Chinese California Japanese.leelined] and state! Indians"healtht in< Dual carburetor and' intake manifold ..r.--... So has Buick at $895 $320

or "churlish", as the United State*l t j in his refusal to eat grass, according to (department figures disclosed there Aluminum! cylinder heads ____..___ So ha Graham 6 at $635 $60

Chamber of Commerce recently so desijy- t recommendations of one scientist in an were 2,737 more white babies 8 aluminum pistons ______?...-....-.::....--...-..:....-- So ha Hudson at $840 $265

nated his behavior. "Be free to criticize" address to the American Chemical Society.C. born in 1935 than in 19X3.. i| 5l/2 gallon cooling system ___.._. :....-. .. .. Hudson has 5% gal at $840 $265

may mean only the reiteration of a con- I I,'. Schnabel thinks grass a good substitute --- --- -- i! Oil:cooler .___....._.:.__&._______..-.__ ... So has Buick 50 at $1190 $615 ., "

stitutional right, without a hint of what's; for spinach and carrots, especiallyfor FAST FREIGHT SERVICE .Twin:':Water circulating pumps .___ -__ So has Cadillac at $2445 $1870 or : '"

coming to you if you do. those who cannot afford green vegetables .. !i Easy*'.cion clutch ..__...:_._____ --J So has packard 120 at $1060 $485 ..' .....

I when they are expensive. NEW YORK! Pleating Rear Axis _....______.a:...._'.:.. -.- So has Buick SO at $1190 $615 -

This column yesterday referred to the This gentleman reported the discovery Full t torque tube drive .___... _..._.."...... .._. So I ha. Buick 40 at $895 $$320-n.-- ,.-!V. '

smallest republic in the world. San 'Marino, I that young cereal grasses, such as and BOSTON : '' Straddle mounted pinion .-.-__...:._.---'--_-- So has Reo at $845 $270 _

as an island. Tim was a ]lapsus memoriae, oats wheat, barley and rye when cut Hcudaille automatic shock absorbers._..:..:..:- .. So has Studebaker 6 at $720 $145 A"} ;0' ;

as this independent republic is entirely prior to jointing in twenty days, had a From Key West alternate Friday. IfS sq. in. !braking surface .___.- ....-__.___-- Oldsmobile ha 207 aq. in. at $940 $365

surrounded, not by water, but by land in t biologic value from two hundred to five From New York alternate Tee.days -?, Welded *teel-.poke wheels .___-_____ So has Lincoln at $4300 $3725

I Large 6.00 by 16 in. tires ... .. .. So Terraplane at $655 $80
the peninsula where II Duce reigns su: hundred per cent greater than any of the From Bottom alternate Saturday;, um. -- w-

preme. A very observant resident of Key I twenty common vegetables. The dried Also SEW OBLEAXS c. KEY WEST, More room front seat 50% in. wide _...__ So has Studebaker 6 at $720 $145
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West called attention to this error and we fq t tha..ten grass he says, smells and tastes like malt- AlterMte \\.....*. Arrive ..
Her "eat eeoad day f.Li.wiai.CLYDEMALLORY.
to make the correction. It is ed milk. As far as we are personally con- TREVOR & MORRIS, Inc."Oldest :

gratifying to know that The Citizen is read\ cerned, even before the scientist made his ,

minutely, and it welcomes reminders of its report, we could have told anybody that C.-R. SMITH. Ac.... 1UUJ Continuous Ford Dealers In The World"

.slips. grass would be preferable to spinach. _.,. West ""

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.. I Murphy? Brown_ and Dickey; Brooklyn ......_...'...14 8 .63t

; Crowder and Cochrane.At LEAGUE STANDINGS Chicago -.._._-12 7 .632

I.I.1JRilli RieiitJ: 11 11.r 1 St. Lour ...__.__..-_13 10 .545

Cleveta'--; R. H. E. AMERICAN LEAGUE Pittsburgh ...____mm..12 13 .480

Club- Cincinnati _.._. 9 13 .409
W. U Pct. ,
SPORTSICOAST Washnigton _._ 231 Chicago __._, 6 .700 Boston ........._._....... 6 14 .300
( all teacher and Had I .._. ... .. .
orll.l..tttn warn / or.Nr They pupils Cleveland 463 Philadelphia ... ...... 5 14 .263
"tr" .m Jam ,1..01&. Jlw tiM/e.. Cleveland __..-_..._..,.12 6 .667 / .m.
.0/.............Ana.,e..t left hr. such a good'tme.Everyone said Itwas Batteries: WhitehilL Coppolaand Boston _12 9 .571 !
Not-CJI. ahama that Leslie did not -
.1."e ti wwelCltlll a Harder
.aR."k' V d I.ten./ .. their ioei..t 'and haWcnnaten'ot her Bolton; and Pytlak. New York .......__:._.11 10 .524
aatry own.Miss !
-.. esoN w C--4f "'ift"U Washington ....__11 10 .524 PALACEEdmund
.. .. Julia Pratt had "ban- )
key w ,'Ww. *C**.*H <.. --: s4nn bled and shamed T>y the complete I tw ot.1 Detroit _..._..._.10 11 .476 Lowe-Bela Lugosi in

'..mrt.hA.kw .",..... ... Iw u N w aartw.r kit 'imarrtag She bad called herself an I Philadelphia = 5 14 .263)
Alw ...I.... I Boston at Chicago --- Ginger- Rogers-Arthur Hoyt inA.
old fool a thousand Um ,bad vowed : GUARD i Douglas 2, Jones P. White_ Or-i I
PIRATES DOWN
ed, wet grounds. postponed'j' NATIONAL LEAGUE ( SHRIEK IN THE NIGHT
equally aa oAa barer to Interfere tega; runs batted in: C. White 3, ;
:Chapter U I Club- W. L. Pet :
again In anything ao Invaluable ao I 1 Matinees lO-lSc Night 15-25c
Williams
bCPARTUKEAN'E incalculable aa other people'a lives. ; DOWNS SERVICE i i Ward Sagers Ortega 3. Simmons, Pitts Douglas 2 2j, i'I PHILUES'VIrH5RUN Subscribe: to The New York .._............_.14 5 .737 i .

toO.. ;J jamel' ten thousand But ber,real regret and It was a --
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and departs- for- th-- Near Cart. Italia.! Miss Jilta "knew that Leslie TEN .LAST NIGHT tase hit: C. White; two base hits: ATTACK;

At leut 4 part of the money. went bad en o-Pl'11D' lots. with James IStimson.
Maddrix. P. White; stolen bases:
Tocattonia KttoeKi. Tor Serb. .in every way she could she .. WINNERS
tito : LOSE' TO .
PICKED.TEAM .,, TIGERS CONTINUE TO CLIMB
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with Red tried to make op>> to testis for what I
later JtM qgarriad tile IN SECOND CONTEST BY DEFEATING YANKEES
sire eatdate; to ..... "She leek the !I 1 I Ward, St. Pierre.Douglas Taylor, !i' ;
erase comtnfeafra' rTer the Balkan OF DIAMONDBALL AT BAY! INDIANS CO TO VICTORY
fi 11'1 with"bet' on trips gave her' expensive -. : VIEW PARK j Sages; struck out: by Ortega 1'1 OVER SENATORS I Ii
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Uh remained
ana tettred'to Parts. presents, 'entertained' for I | I
( enonfh to jet her divorce bar aa of tea.aa'Ueclfe. would aflow. t I by White 2; bases on balls: off I, T
bars long
(s, JOVE) j Arnett 1. off White 4; wild pitches :i tC! prinl to The CitUcB) I
Another fefthrarit pesved and a ,
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wtnteraod "' eatmagafn. When At the Bayview park last night : White 4. Arnett 1; double NEW YOnK. May 15.-The! t

prtd and <' alt itv-aelf pity that UM 'feedgw: of.mac bashes which
|.h., .f all personal should b. a divorced the Harris side yard from the i diamondball club played a double. ; time of game: 1:1$; um-:''! Phillies with a five-run attack.' j

woman,and pride In boastingof Pratt'a bunt Into a glorious mass of I header. The players looked nifty pires: 1 xon.- Rosam Lopez and which eventually climbed to eight x 0 t

ber many prominent and titled color and fragrance. Miss Julia could in their uniforms of white with a Gonzalez. ;1'':'i runs at the termination, of the I t. : Ii

stand It eo longer.!: Almost angrily! (j big block red letter on their chests. ; -- 't game against one lone tally for

Irtevtfa.' eke tel&plwHM4..kInritIDe Mm Each player had one letter of the In the second game a picked their opponen .-". I

;Jan.. It 'cam. out. actually Und toe to take Sunday evening supper with name and when placed all togetherin team defeated the Carabasset ten The Detroit Tigers continued .. .,.._... rwiwt

at the homeof who a countesa.one'hater ot bares a row spelled the name of the in the last. frame of the game. It. their' winning streak by triumphing -i Ya1rL

hart aotlCift practically "I have a little business want to J ship. wa a pitching duel between Iron- over the New York Yankee?, '1 I
Americans 'PREFERSBUDWEISER
eoadeaccdded, to know hand la stove talk over with you she lied bra- In the opening contest: they won Man Arnett and Clarence Gates. .. 10 to 4. behind the excellent pitching WHY AMERICA

and Jane' wax now Inttaatea. J anleOodaoB. seny.! from the Service ten by a 9 to 8 Gates allowed but one hit in the of Alvin Crowder who held the : R
coantess'
with the. direct question. enid j score. It was a see-saw gamE' game, which came in the second New Yorkers to ten hits, with i

It by alt ot Ura. NortSrop that ,THE fateful 'Sunday came and from start to finish. The outcomewas frame. & : fourteen credited to the Detroit

Jua dragged with tbe countess f a 4 Miss Julia did not go*to church. in doubt until the last man At bat the leaders were: Old '', aggregation 1. Its distinctive taste and delightful tang have
stated
aba.. and Meflss, her hired I joLi
instead was out hi the last half of with double The Cleveland Indians deeat.djbe'
Put# Reliable Rabberman
parrotWty. ; sL V W.V. 1 4 a made America's, first choice for three generations.
'
\ t tbec of dawn and
Senators. 4 to 2,
the Washington
ev nth inning. and a triple) in three times up; i
the holy o .
storming
ifur lea. Jane did not remain in tnLbrea.andattrand. Orte a as' f fo'fhVshoVersheii JIi g!. with two singles in three i as the revolt. of the three-hit hurl- 'e9 99i4i 2. ,Its quality has made it.the biggest selling bottledbeer

octal P.rt.-Oe hoj L Concord never found out. mix.-1\1,. don't It look grand. said J JiBwyat in the iM inPing; .' the CoastGuard times up; (Jriffyi with a double in);(Jrtg, of Md Harder and''a home ," in history! and built the largest breweryinthe.

At any ij Lie In 1922 Jane tookAnJ 1 test -. Scored five runs. -' two attempts. and he scored the! ,, run' bv Hal Trosky with two men world.
.
iDrtm ii in New York and aenlTorl "It does 3dok'n4pa,agreed Miss The Uitors W in't1ie game in the winning run. on. base t I r' 3. .Brewed by the same formula since 1876-alwaya
Keenarjbhe! seventheighta fame., With the at All ,other games !scheduled in
fcer ? score ,'
some of silver Julia." luyway. we've done the beat l le.JiJldw t In the field. Albury accepted'IOchances = uniform-everywhere.:
scoried furaliire.and JjrtoJabrae Arnett walked; went to' St. both of ''the major leagues werepostponed t
now the bow. SnaHfelt that the without an error. dot artificially carbonated rr-BUDWEISER Is trice
I = 4.
with which she had started" be tt-Inoie' waseither up to James second jy.Taylor's !single! advanced Pierre, .Douglas. Maddrix and Ar- on account of rain and t i fermented for 'natural carbonation and sparkle.

housekeeping. or the Almighty but wasn't quite to third on a passed ball and nett played. a good game for the cold weather. .:
Oace settled In New York Jane certain which.At scored on Wodal's fly to center. I visitor. The summaries: 5. Brewed from the cream of the barley crop and

threw herself heart and soul Into Ute half-past six the fly walked Into for the winning tally. ; Iron Man Arnett pitched both 1 NATIONAL LEAGUE t 1 the choicest selection of domestic and imported

ammine Half of UN organization to the-spider's parlor-the fly In this! At bat. C. White: with a tripl games Tor the Coast Guards. At Philadelphia U. II. E.i ; r = Bohemian hops.

defeat prohibition. la a surprisingly case being Mr. James Brewater an two singles in three tries, wasj j Score bv, inninrs: R. H.. E. i Pittsburgh ......m........-. 8 14 O..i = that makes its 1\Ialt-
Mrs. Northrup was ableto 1 11 2 i 6. One brewery own
,
short time i'
SUm son In a gray flannel suit with the outstanding player. Nodine U. S. C. G. Carabasset Philadelphia -- "'" -'''''''
.tell that Jane had become Mrs. his hair sleeted flat. Tba spider and Ortega each hit a single in Onetime j I 012 000 0-3 1 2 t Batteries: Birkofer and Grace;1 Anheuser-Busch never buys it from outside sources.

Sabtn'a tight band man. In this case Miss Julia Pratt In her | up. St. Pierre, JIaddrix and :'Picked Team 000 012 1-4 10 5 : Walters. Pezzjllo and Todd. i = 7. Pioneers in pasteurization of bottled beer-
It la verbapswnperdnoas' > ( to point second best blue silk-welcomed her of the hit safe- i bottle sterilized.
and la Taylor visitors two ]I.I Batteries: Arnett and Taylor; J 7 every
out that New Concord was victim narvonsiy.In J Cincinnati Boston! postponj -
| ly in three attempts. and Gabriel.
Jane'a C. Gates t ST. LOUIS
still enormously' Impressed by borne laim a dusky corner of the parlor MI |I In he field St. Pierre, Maddrix I Summary i Errors: H. Gates 2, 'j rain.Chicago. % ANIIEUSER-BUSCII.
Waeft ake caaae
aeceeaa Leslie Harris In a white dress, a i and Simmons Simmons I I Visitors invited to inspect our plant
for a brief and flitting visit. exquisitely played a good game I Lucilo 2, Kerr Sagers. ;i at Brooklyn po!'tpon-
of wild crab
gowned and coined and spray ber belt her color apple coming blossomsIn and for the Coast Guards and L. Powell I three base hit: Gabriel; ; two base ('ed, rain. f

manicured and massaged with the I, and Ward for the locals. ; hits: Gabriel. Kerr C. Griffin -
going,,her
shy aa girl's.
poise' end manners 01.m tfachess.' "Sapper's eyes all ready a and young waiting: | Score by innings: R. II.. E. (:! Albury; stolen bases: H. Gates. St. Louis at New York, postponed -

New Concord fairly fell beer itself said the hostess briskly "Leslie's: t U. S. C. G. Carabasset :Wodal; struck out: by Arnett 2. ,.rain. ; Budweiser-

rn eitterulotog and feting faer. mother and father were invited out i 005,120 1-9 12 2Service by Gates 2; bases on balls: off

New: Ceacord does not think mach so she came over to keep na'com _... 032 030 0-8 13 5 Arnett 2, off Gates 3; wild ?itch: AMERICAN LEAGUE

or New Yorkers. They would be pany." Batteries: Arnett and Taylor; Gates; runs batted in: Simmons. I At Detroit R. II. E.

meter thovth not prouder of Jane James was so busy looking at Leslie Ortega P. White and B. Powell Douglas H. Gates 2. Gabriel 2; ( New York .._......m._..._... 4 10 1 1 O TO*.AobeuKf-BUK&.>a. KING 0 F BOTTLED BEER son

today if ana were a shade less "NewYerky" : he hardly noticed Miss Julia's j L Powell. I I time of game: 1:00; umpires:j Detroit ..._._.___......10 14 0

In her manners in ber ao comment: He was ao busy at the I Summary: Errors: : C. White 2, Stanley,! and Gonzalez. {1 Batteries: Broaca, Van Atta, AQUILINO LOPEZ, DISTRIBUTOR

Feat Indeed ber girlhood Ylentfs table still Leslie -- -- -- -'
gazing at that he - --- -
pick at "Mrs. Nortnrnp-Stlmson" a almost forgot to eat Tae bam the .

good- deal behind. bar' back.laugh at be?. chicken the oyster, the biscuits t n-. ,. ; --_ -- -
Bat'hey no longer
tie mysteriously delectable pie and 7c' y :
One does not laugh at a Kansas girt the illustrious chocolate cake :
who calli! ),Ire. Vanderbilt and Mill were :
an utterly wasted aa far aa James I }
Morgan ty their lint names.
was concerned: James would have ;
lilts Julia Pratt remalna Incorrigibly eaten dry bread and not noticed. I' .t :
_
eatt,. She says there's nothing It >
to prevent her. from calling per.Miss was a wonderful Julia vowed a glorious she could sup ,,

Queen Mary of England or Queen
fairly see the years slipping oft
Marie of Roumanla by their Brat ,
James while he talked. He began tc -
names .c.; provided they dont catch
throw his shoulders back and rum I 0< '
her doing It. pie his hair aa was his habit before ir' .

Jane cared him.

THE nest four or are years are And little by little, aarlngly. aa It I I
worthy of record. James
frightened, but encouraged by the
plugged along somehow. rebuilt his '
sound of James voice and tbe laughter I
abandoned tew practice; to a dull If
I:
a small section of hair oa the
respectable level and endured life crows of James bead which had lain I
rather than enjoyed it. Year by year II
obediently Oat for ever so long be- II I
be became more and more silent. gas slowly to take heart and assert Ii I
Tke truth was that James was out Itself.

ot lane with the nineteen twenties.Th First It raised Itself in a bump and i You remember Alw in Egypt, back in the i '
materialism tbe feverish gambling '
sod chase after .wealth hurt muted about Then a few tentative 1 1IhI'lrs the they stored grain : ;
stood straight op: and nothing Jays of Pharaohs up during ,.. N__' "
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>< -V'-

died and offeeded one,by strand
was standing aggressivelyerect ,
'
oM enthusiasms. He was content to facing tbe world defiantly, lean years to come. .!,;
be a failure; a aeml-tailnre.
-
lE.t y our-1ift \\1Iell..dleardaslt .
Iif'I'IP"t' decfitre.1'6""I 6a. :
JJI .
Jat1e'et "suicessive .triumpha.. ;_ meatnlted did f7.. .:. 4..
yu aa a boy 1 -;- #- -'-
.tll. lla bad done Jane one
.
,thy..>ead.liageted.ang.aJ \
------ -- t
favor a [>way-hy walking out oat : 'ytL :
the table. Miss Julia laid most truthfully I "'. .:-
ber :Jan might te be grateful to him
that she
wassail tuckered out -

te her dj l ing Itanta day For was that.Leslie now back: nf :uF' IJ\MI Jver'fca sit on LMlU'e. LI L lr)9ff r) ; ri t

Ntw; >P.} cord.. About the three Janes tt IJ.cw''fa., wrapping! ; tje gl, ff.>| ) s- I :
IOn white woolen shawl against the
tot her I divorce Mrs. Harrh was ,.a..._ -
night air.When 4r
ta'5 II and t.elflte.bft. ep .air -
abe beard tbe murmur ot 1 Lean
Kansas City and came
potltton'lo their voices punctuated by occasional years may. :. : ?.
bo.>* ton arse her. Mrs tlsrrta was _
laughter. Miss Julia sat down at ti .. sI
naveri again very strong so Leslie
her open window and bad a rood
stayed oa at home.Oeul1pnall7 I come and fat
soul-satisfying cry. I .
James met Leslie at
Below. Mellssy doing up ber t I .ca:.h b.
eeae evtning the street
party or on
dishes crooned softly that She j
and the toeetlng always left a pleas- -
'tat tlttl* afterglow. Bat It never occurred was going to be washed wh-U-er I I years may go. 4'Yi' b: '*'aaoEfC lS:a'.7 <.
than snow In the blood of a la-a-mb"
U him to go to see ber aDd
and wiped away an occasional tear
Lnlfe Dun especially Invited him
on tbe corner of her dish toweL -
Jaaaca OBMttaes wondered why chat why we have close to a < .
Like Miss
Julia. Mellssy felt that
Leslie bad That bad
not married. Ha
bad anything to do with It never their prescrlptloj bad "-took. hundred million dollars,,worthof
-I'm surely going to ask Miss Leslie -
crossed his mind. Mild Tobacco...
Ripe
as how can I cock bet wedding tobacco packed in 4K
The years had passed over Leslie away
t
banquet. !
soliloquized Mellsl,.Then
lightly\ and gently tier hair was almost t Aged 2 years or more. .
she laughed -M,. ain't old Miss miles warehouses to
aa golden as ever, her cheeks Northrnp going to be hoppln mad!" I 1 grow ,

almost*>>..- Let as,"pink gave bee da.clncle.sou ayes aa darkly to VCotyvlabt UU "e,.., B.Twiorr l.rnAewJ I mild and naturally sweet. -tbf farmer who grows the

tobacco .
young clnd n. It was a pleasant ,;
.w 5 _nd .. To make that Chesterfields -
this; to; see Leslie give a lesson gins-on h.raebaek.Legumes ceurUhlp b '. sure =-- tbe warehouseman who

.'. _. I will be uniform in taste sells it at auction to the highest


G MES\ TODAY I I will not .add nitrogen 11 i and mildness, we have in storage ;' ( JIe 2/t- 11 -bidder. man. who knows about

to the soil unless the entire plan: every

AMERICAN LEAGUE .I I I i is plowed under at maturity,:1'I mild, ripe tobaccos from ,, ....... ...-.w.. ...,,..w ... leaf tobacco-will tell you that

Boston at St. Louis-Grove or agricultural experiments hav e i the crops of four years-1931- it takes mild, ripe tobacco to

Rh .ies vs., Coffman or Newaom. !'II shown. III 5' make good cigarette; and this

New York at Detroit-Ruffing i i I 32-33 and 34. -" .+. is the kind we buy for QfEST.f -

vs. Sullivan. j.j i frame*-P. Dean va. Castleman; J.''I' .q.a _- ERHELD cI glrettes.

Washington at Cleveland i ite Dean vs. Schumacher.: } All of the tobaccos used in

: .art vs. HiW brand. j!I l Chicago at Brooklyn-Two; lE ." -5 ? CHESTERFIELD
Carleton .... Benge; i Cigarettes are
Philadelphia at Chicago Cain] cramee I '. .::.!','''' '';
French vs. Babich. properly aged to make them
vs. Lyons. ,
I Pittsburgh mt Philadelphia .. milder and sweeter.
-. \
Z .
I Hoyt 1'.. E.,ll ore. .- -#

NATIONAL LEAGUE Cincinnati at Boston-Derringer .1 '- LTCCFTT & MYZKS TOBACCO. ox
O 1'J>,IMUTT at)lr.e.Toa.oc0 Co. ?f .
Cttka,o at Broold/n 0 vs.. n tta. .._-: __.- ". .' -" ---- ..... .
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................. ... .... School Circle Planning For and Mrs. Clements Hudson returned ter, Mr. and Sirs. L N.. MelUer.

Conducts Meeting Poetry WeekNext PERSONAL MENTION yesterday.Mrs. Ir returned yesterday. -

SOCIETY I ............aaoa...................a..e......s... I NOTICE
: -: Fred Ruter, wife of the
:-: ._ _. .. .
Members, of Executive o'clock in -
the Monday at 8:00 Mrs. Rosalind. palmer returnedyesterday | au-s. naul"arooneu and babyIleft electrician Ruter of the railroad,

............................................J.... Board and all Room Representatives the evening an appropriate celebration morning from a visit, yesterday afternoon for Miami left yesterday afternoon for a Columbia Laundry is pleased to
of the Key West Junior- of National Poetry Week .with relatives and friends in Mi! for a visit of a week with I brief visit with relatives in West announce that John J. Kirschen-:

Street P.-T. A. Has Senior High School will meet Friday will be held at 708 Eaton street ami. relatives. 1 I Palm Beach. baum is again associated with oursales
will be the -- and delivery departments
On the
Interesting Meeting Yesterday afternoon, ,3:00 o'clock with outstanding program poets of Key West Captain Thomas James U. S. Misses Edith and Annabel Mof-I''I F. P. Sandford, representing Mr. Kirschenbaum will cover the
Irs. Ml E. Berkowitz at the home
The[ presentation will be open to N., arrived yesterday from Portsmouth fat, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. the New York Central Lines, left route formerly covered by Capt.
-- on the Marine Hospital reserva- for 1 Victor Moffat who i I Leslie Russell consisting of all
New Hampshire a visiting
were
yesterday
the without chargr. afternoon after
meeting were installed by Mrs. Hen- general public II a short
The last regular monthly year tion.
I visit with his family. with their grandparents, Mr. and I visit with the local shipping in- territory north of Angela street.
of the Division Street School riquez. It is expected that there will b. Mrs. S. \., Moore\ at :Marathon terests. Mr. Kirschenbaum thoroughly
They were:- a full attendance of these bodiesat Announcement Kerr and little returned familiar with the laundry busi-
P.-T. A. was held yesterday after- I i Mrs.. Robert yesterday., I
noon. It was opened with thePT. .Mrs. DoughtryPresident.Mrs..LeyViee President. this meeting as this is the last Engagement t I EtanJxon i Ivan Roberts, Jr., leftyesterday .Mrs. Charles ness having been associated; withus
cession to' be' held this school Curtis, who
was
Miss several
Dorothy Benz left
for "and'since
afternoon Tavernier yesterday years ago
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Lord'sPraler" T '
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A. and the Mrs. Cabot-Secretary. I (
spending few
song a days in Miami
as
year. and afternOon-rorher home with various laundries
on-in-law throughout
with her in Miami
Mr. and Mrs. Emilio Loundern, for a visit : -
Mrs. GoethieTreasurer.Mrs. of her .
|guest son-in-law
I and
daugh-
, SweetingHistorian.The of 1221 Newton street announce daughter Mr.and Mrs. Ivan Rob- after a delightful visit as Florida.
The minutes of the previous I committees for the coming Entertains i With the engagement of their daughter 1'erts. .! I guest of Miss Annie Lois Hicks, GIRLS DON'T BE SKINNY! We know that he will render his
meeting were read and approved.]' the Birthday Party }Hiss Adeline.! Lounders. to Leon daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford customers the best in service con-
were'appointed by presi
The treasurer's report was given.|year dent. They were as follows: Albury, son of Mrs. Eliza Sands.The .I I )I\-.. I* V. Waldron and three I G. Hicks. -GET SOME CURVES!!! sistent with our policy and that
children who were visiting Mrs.Wsldron's Fill out those they in turn will find him most
solemnized thin
I wedding will be places and
,Mrs L. Crusoe's class gave aj Finance-Mrs. Joseph Boza, Albert of ? and
Parra. son Ir.
I
and :Mrs. Warren, wife of accommodating and pleasant in
the latter part of June. parents. Captain County get the pretty curves men admire.
the strains chairman Mrs. Hyman Mrs; Ray- Jrs. Amado Parra, entertained I
; a
lovely little dance to : I' I' his
at the homeon Commissioner Braxton B. dealings.
Warren
mond Thompson, Mrs. R. C. Skele! few friends yesterday afternoonin Mrs. Charles Archer, Take Vinol (iron tonic) and you'llbe
of the "Blue Danube Waltz. j ton. I anni- The island of Crete was named Caroline street left yesterday'I{who was in Miami for a vacation surprised how your figure im- COLUMBIA STEAM LAUNDRY,
celebration of the sixth
Mrs. ,Higgs. chairman for the :, Hospitality-Mrs. Will Knowles,I versary of his birth, %. C' '... for Cres, a son of Zeus by a afternoon for their home at''and her son-in-law to spend Mother's and daughter Day with Mr.J proves. Tastes delicious. Oriental Key West, Florida.
April committee a report on nymph. Deerfield. Pharmacy. 14-31
gave chairman; Mrs. Bradley Sweeting. Games were played light re- may
the Easter Hunt. Mrs. Dougbtry'Mrs. Sawyer, Mrs Robert Knowles. freshments enjoyed, and Albert's I
made a report on the May Day'I Membership-Mrs. Cruickshank. little friends helped make the occasion - - -
i II'.AT I'-.I".IT.JIIT.I. r..V"-.I".tr.ilJT.I'.4T J1I,
program. II I I chairman; Mrs. Griffin Mrs.,Has- a delightful and enjoyableone. Sf".I'I..IIT.I".IIT..IIT.I"I'II AV..AT .I.I.I'.IJI'.I" 1'.4T.Ar.4".IIIT..IT.4'.I' !

kins Mrs. Larsen Mrs. Collins. .
The Garden Club committee reported -,'
Program-Mrs. Sasnett, chairman -
that the prize had been given I ; Miss Susie Gardner Mrs. Silver Social S
I
to Mrs. Laura Crusoe's class]i'Crusoe, Mrs. LaFe.
f.r having the most attractive gar-;J I Publicity-Mrs. Claude Albury Grand Success GRANDREMOVALSALE
den plot. Prof. Duncan asked that': chairman; Mrs. Evelio Cabot, Miss

special mention be given to the,;I Florence Albury.ExecutiveThe. The Silver Social given last t
second prize plot which went to!1.I officers of the night in the Parish Hall under th:
Miss Florence Albury and the association, the chairman of the auspices of the Junior Choir was .
third ,prize plot M51 I Eulalle standing committee and the principal welt attended and successful from: JL'.L2! I I'I
of thc school, ; I tIn AT
Matthews! ? ,; !Ii t every standpoint e
The .president,) )[r.. Doughtry, A count:ofparents showed' thatbJirs '- -addition to the program appearing S -- -

gave a most interesting account of + May:San 4s.} and :Mrs.Laura;,, \ i in last /ligbt.. paper a : { (O1 I
kern' -trip to Miami when she attended I Crusoe Jad.the'large.t: ; percentage song,, was rendered by Miss Ruth' DHub's ) }
the National Convention, ', present ,and'they were awardhdthe.halfday .Roberts and.a piano solo by Betty'I The Men's
Bile also;presented the ..charter; ..hoUday.r Henriquet. DepartmentWe
which she had .ucceedfd.n'"se: After;'thebusinessmceting\ };
r i iI .-.-.-.-.-.-.- .-.-.- .-.-
ing. It is to ..be placed in ,, the I over a socfat 1; hour? followed..tin ...........I. S

P.-T. A. Rest Room, j I which delicious refreshments' were
The officers for the coming served. CLASSIFIED

._-- ,- ----I could tell you of this GRAND REMOVAL SALE in the same phrases that describes a usual sale........., GIGANTIC, STUPENDOUS

George McDonald Elbertsons Have COLUMNa BREATH-TAKING, ETC., but this being an unusual event we will make it short and sweet.

Has BirthdayGeorge House Guest ...... The HUB, thanks to your continuous Patronage, Goodwill and Confidence, has outgrown its present location, to accommodate S

PERSONAL S both Men's and Ladies' Departments, forcing us to move our Men's Department Into an exclusive Men's Shop. Our desire to move aft

:McDonald veteran Mr. and Mr* Fielden Elbertsonof STOMACH ULCER GAS PAINS less Men's Goods as possible to the now location enables you to buy Men's Suits, Pant, Shirts, Shoes, Hats, Underwear and all otherMen's

member_ of the Key West Fire De-, 1022 Southard street, have as INDIGESTION victims, wh y; ; Wearing Apparel at surprisingly less than low prices. It is our intention to prove to you our appreciation by giving you the
partment, gloriously celebrated'his their house guest, Mrs. Annie suffer! For quick relief get a
'! biggest bargains ever brought to you in any sale. Please come early and see for yourself.
birthday anniversary yester- Pearson, sister of Mrs. Elbertaon, free sample of Udga, a doctor'
day at his l home corner of Eliza-1'I who arrived in Key West Saturday prescription at Gardner's Phai

beth and Olivia streets. j I from France via New York, coming : macy.

An excellent for the many dinner relatives was that prepared -!!!1 in on the noon train. i I apr23-24-25-30; O1&yl-2-7-8-9-14-15-H i Sale Begins Thursday Morning, May 16th, 8:30: O'clock

were seated around the festive!i: This is Mrs. Pearson's first
board with hearty congratulations'i'I visit to this city, and it is the I REPAIRING .

tendered the "young old man,"i i first time, that she. has seen her I
''1 sister in about ten and CHAIR BOTTOM REPAIRINGCain -
who has reached his eighty-first j years
mjlestone, and who claims that he I naturally it was a happy meet- bottoms repaired by Leonard MEN'S BLUE SERGESUIT PANTS
Warren, 418 SimontoJ]: SHOES.
is ".till going strong." i,! ing.
Mr. McDonald knows much I;| At the conclusion of her day street. may4-7t:

about the early history of Key in the Island City the visitor'will MISCELLANEOUSWANTED S S No. 1-Men's Pants suitable for ,
West, having been affiliated with proceed to New Orleans where One
the will visit other relatives after "'" I SLot or Dress White Light s
in the business -I ; lot
various organizations
'l TO BORROW-$6,001 0() ,-,. 88
life of the city in various I[which in France.she will return to her home on gilt-edged security. Writ; Men'sShoes !:. Dark Shades ----. C S
and prides above all "
capacities: "F. care of The Citizen. g ---0-
Mrs. Pearson has made a num-
else his long and faithful serviceas .may9-6 t
a "fire.fighter" with the local, ber .of acquaintances since arriving : Blacks, Tans and Sports, 16 oz. Oswege Serge guaranteed Fast Lot No. 2-Regular or High Waists,

volunteer department. I| here, and expresses herself as PIANO TUNING S on sale -.---....-...-..-...- $1.49 Color, Doubles Singles, variety of shades ando
Hearty congratulations were' beig; exceedingly delighted with $15.95 $1 950
tendered Mr. McDonald wishing.. her sojourn thus far with hopesof PIANO TUNER Laureano M Regulars or Shorts ?__ patterns ----.- .
-
him many happy returns of a like enjoying her stay to a much reno Excellent piano for sal -per

occasion hoping that he may enjoy -[greater degree during the re- cheap. 1018 Division street. ; Sports, Blacks, a'Tans, OUR BETTER J
mainder of the time that the will
happiness apr22-lm
unbounded sue i sUITS
cess and prosperity in the days to be within our midst. for $2.95, :$1:98: WOOLEN: PANTS

come. I FOR REN1 at .............. ._? .

Christening ; White Linen Suits all Sanforized Pre-Shrunk Sold for $4.95 and
BICYCLES-WE RENT by th $3.95HATS
Philatelic Society CeremonyAmong --0-' all sizes $5.95 on sale '
I Hour, Day or Week. RepaiJall r 1 :1\
To Meet Friday makes and paint them wit! !\
S All our $3.50 Shoes, Jack Young'sCustom
nil
the Mother's Day eventswas Nu-EnameL We carry a f
Friday will. -;;-an important]i the christening of the little supply of parts. Agent for th S Made, Doctor $2.45 $6a95S895

meeting for the Key West Philatelic son of Mr. and Mrs. John A Rollfast and Dayton Bicycle); Mills, Etc. ...... ._
Society according to announcement -] Knowles at the home of his grandmother And sell them as low as $5.0 -o_ .
made today. Plans Mrs. Edith Hardin, 1008 down and $1.00 per week. W.e -0- Men's Soft Straws and

for the future activities of the' Southard street. Buy and Sell all makes of use.d YOUNG HEN'S SUITS tion Panamas .--Immita25: C SI
These The ceremony was read by the Bicycles. Phone 276. J. I
Society are to be perfected. All our $3.95 Shoes Brocktons, ,Arnolds .
drive,: Rev. Shnler Peel;of the Fleming Stowers company 615 Dun I 1
plans include a membership church. Mtreet.tfttRNISHED apr9-t f in Sports, BJafcki Tans .Onc.Buttoe., Revej!, siblq '
to start next week and the second Street, Methodist :, ,Tfcejit- .
; t$2.95CAPS 9.iom1
given the n'jime "et White&.fe& .t Y ts"lold; t >
tle
which is one was and *__
exhibition
annual\ stamp 'FlI..
mod f d
John BUNGALOW, #
} ar
for the ,first of the Alpheus, Jr, f- J $19.7j-DrJ !
scheduled
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year, i .Godparents: 'w r./{(Missr i5 r.ot'y 1I: ea conveniences., \ 634 William Straws al __..__ _.... : 00
",Beginning Friday.... "stamp talks,!, Hardin and J'Rober' ."KnpwleiGuests b.treeApply.Valdes Bakery.apr2 7' Lt. '\\ : $1'2.95

win) be featured at each session..At.thia ., were .thV. .V1-1! rel-1 ,' .
stives.,, Refreshments of cake and -- : -
Orvis will
Kemp SALEPERSONAL 'oJ
,meeting' I punch were served.' .. -r TOR ;__ SHIRTS
talk on,"The Columbian issue- -
First United States Commemorajtive CARDS-100 printe
Stamp" and E. L. Sawyer one Yvonne Atwett ToWed cards $1.25. The Artma n Whites and 15cUNDERWEAR All Our SPRING SUITS One lot Men's Shirts, odds and

""Watermarks and Perforations."' Press. .nj 7 Darks __._____ 49c
ends close. .
Jos WarrenMr. to out ...
These talks will be highly infer-1, 4-_ Consisting of Worsteds,
motive. All persons interested '- MIMEOGRAPH PAPER. 60 o -o-'
are urged to attend. Meetingsare I and Mrs, Henry Atwell Sr.. sheets $1.25. The Artma D Flannels/ Tweeds; Single or assortment
Another Lot Wonderful
held 7:30 p. m. each Friday'at 'wish to announce the approaching Press, Citizen Building. Double Breasted; Sport or S

Mr. Sawyer's home, 521 Grin- marriage of their daughter, juD21tMONROE tt Plain Back, sold for $19.75, Yale's Touchdown, both soft and stiff Son
nell street. Visitors welcome. i Yvonne to Joseph! Edward War- collars, sold as high as
1 sale-
ren. son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo H., THEATER Shirts and Shorts $1.95, at .. ............... 98c
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Dance TonightAt Warren. The ceremony will be Edmund Lowe-Victor McLaglenin 15c
:performed Sunday night at the Some Buy! Each ---..-- $15.95MEN'S -0I -
Local Club First Methodist church immediately PRESSURE

after services. Reverend G. E Randolph UNDER Scott-Kay Johnson in ii GRAND SLAMS

There will be a big Amateur Summers will officiate. Family] VILLAGE TAIL I -

Night Dance at the Habana-' and friends of the young couple Matin*! Balcony lOej OrcKcx OTIS Enough said!

Madrid Club tonight starting at:,1 I are invited to attend. Ira, 15-20} Night, 15-25 SOCKS Any size and S
9:00 o'clock. 1! .' '. : I' ,
The program, the same as on; 'Jaek..arale'a ........ H..el- v Others.; ... collar, orAnd sleevelength S
BumsteadsWormSppKEY ..: Sleeveless}. Shirts and and Fancies sold for -
last Wednesday night, will be j l 1 THT: SEMINOLE Plains 19cMEN'S

composed entirely of amateur ..... ekndr as a.... .1 aerer.5 lrker.IGeMM. .,Jrk...atlU.. Ftorida hOrts"4 pieces $1.00 35c, on.sale' ,_ -,
talent. Last week's affair was a .. w ,............. J'1' NPvanralrx \ CHAS.:B. (m' fR. Manger' f r --.---___ ;; ".
great success and was largely at- ., ne..mreft.. _W._r.-, :. ct 1.45
mat NANTONiN! a .0 dew home-Ilk tnatitutWhere ion "
..... ... .,. A human. .
tended. An excellent program ebtp. ... ft geld .rrwkwfR will find r..* ........ '
has been arranged for tonight. ./r. Co A..a.V-u.a h.ttlwal. H. 9I .............. mtlmrt. you,mm*.,...__.,...... a mater ."v
( great amp.rta5e.o : j/"m' MEN'S AND BOYS' DUNGAREES E\CH
f4 -
l A. steel firerr5f .....,_ LealIa ea /
DISCOMFORT SKIN I COLONIAL WEST HOTELIn tke. heart--e--. .f tie. city BATHING TRUNKS and WORK PANTS : '. = 9/' or g for

Contblaallon T .
Every Room with
Burning,smarting, the Center of the Businessand Ceiling and Shower Fan Slat Bath.Door Radio.for. SummVentilation. Elects icet Straight or Bell Bottom r i ito $4 00 s
95
itching irritations, Theater District Comfortable Beds wi 39 C Royal Palms _. c1nm: .
aaywhero on the body, Mattre lIft. of Inner Spring Co
relieved, and traction and Individual Rea d3S
quickly
healtat promoted with t First CIa..-Fireproof- Ing.Lamp RATES

safe, soothing Rc.iaoL S..iIde Halo

Doctors and anraar.e I n R_... Private Bath _sine CSH !' ALL SALES CASH NO ALTERATIONS
mmead ft. COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEI > ---. ........* Bath. a. -
to ---. Private Bath. a-

I Car... Elevator 14 sample tUmmtm.a--Private. private Bath -BatkS ala 4-:j I.iIII.i.1"IIIIIII.lIIIII.I.lI.lIIJ

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