The Key West citizen
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Title: The Key West citizen
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: May 18, 1935
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
daily[ former <1908-1909>]
daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358017
oclc - 02701762
notis - ABZ6317
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System ID: UF00048666:00018
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Associated Press Day WIr ,. I Key West, Florida has the

1''or66YearsDevotedtothe Service. be J Cp.4tzt etC-ttt'tn I most country equable; with weather an average in the

Best Interests of Key West range of only 14* Fahrenheit



Graham Case For Violation I TWO MEMBERS 1 Seating Of Young Rush HoltRemains I Germany Becomes Much Concerned In

Plant :Board ;Act Results, .In : i NURSING UNITTRANSFERRED I Ii ;I fI f-? -In--Senate'--' -, In z Doubt,t ;-Yariou fitters Throughout : Europe

I I!I GOVERNOR SIGNS i: West Virginian May Be Denied -.I;

Mistrial.. In-: Criminal; GQurlI TWO' !QT.HERS TO BE SENT i ii j jiAshNatwnstContinue!\ With Talk

,!* HERE. ACCORDING TO AN.i[ MONROE MEASURE, Right To Take 'Office -

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Refusal To Allow MADE FOR FERA TALLAHASSEE.; May 18. MONROE MEASURE On Lithuania And Aus-

Mem-j Several charges in the nursing i Senate Bill 663 by SenatorArthur -

4 bers Of I MUSIC ACTIVITIES;daft I of the Florida Emergency I; Gomez: of- Monroe j I By HERBERT PLUMMCR I I -- tria Relative To Certain

Iiy \.fr. Press
Relief Administration in Key: County, providing for compensation I i t tar .*towel*.rd Prr_) DEALS WITH STATE OF EMER.
Spray TreesIn I { WASHINGTON ManipulationsBy
West were cited ,this morning by IS.-We.'j!I TALLAHASSEE. May 18.
MIXED CHORAL CROUP WILL Mrs. Nina Ryder Johnson director -i i Virginia's baby scktntor-elect. Rush I 1! -Tho senate today patted
of the social service depart County Criminal Court of i !I MONROE COUNTYTALLAHASSEE
the<< case of the State of BE ORGANIZED WITH ARRANGEMENTS .' ment. I D. Holt, has set down tbe date 1 I I the bill of Senator Arlkar LOUIS P. LOCHNER
Record Judge and providing 1I Illy AseerlateS ft....
Florida, against, George B. The state supervisor of nurses June 19 as the most memorable in j I 1! Gomez of Monroe County allowing .1I .1i -
MADE FOR i I BERLIN. MayGerman I8-A..io
Miss\ that such jude shall devote ..
has advised Mrs. Johnson that i I i' 4n Aseolalyd rr. '
Graham charged with violating i ;i his career but it easily might Monroe Commissioners
i Ainah Royce and Mrs. Helen Ramsey are tamed i.
REGULAR REHEARSALS iI his entire time a. judge and May. eyes two
Florida Plant Act I have been transferred leaving' I Itt" I I to make inform tax ,
the prcgrtq; I".a.ytbig.bet that" fori aJjt t- 18.-Florida State Senate I directions when war U men.
t I
t not practice law privately-
Miss Irish Pierce as head nurse at i i i i f
of 1927 by, refusing\ to allow I the time. i ?9-year oUjrounf& < f.llow. !Ljnient* for delinquent.. owner bills introduced tioned. One glance U in the ..Ii.I .
Definite plans for the music i iI the ERA clinic; at present ca..a, law today .... Gores:, ',. > ( I today passed new I i

employes, of the board to I I department of the Key We t Ad-, Two arrive other nurse; are expected. to ::' nor Sboh signed! ,. the, bill 'tt I.t I..;uuo) "fl kin i''nl1de1aad the i i by Senator Ar- ( reel ion of..Lit....... a.. where Me-
eoon. '
spray trees.on. his premises,1 I.I I ministration whlcn: i H sponjpr.n!; ; 1 Miss Louise F..isd.tU: ," } -U -;t which' i,the. legi.lalare.Plraedt, : v't lJl a ewbick i ...ltc.wygJsawaattalt : !ilJ f.THflEEAKRAlGNED; i iEORlYWWHONSiOF thur Gomez confirming ,I met it i ja, felt. constitutes the

the (Jury failed to agree and :'the development of this phasesof'cultural visor, has resigned .jrYgrr.( (the<< ad- ,I ,the action of Monroe i I tinder .box..that, Myk set .tie European
mini*tiation to etarato Key West were snnounc- f fr ( : :
a mistrial was declared.The I i Johnson'tiaiJ.. A' r County Commissioners in 1I ...a.e afIane.-> Tie other
I cd this morning by George Mills in Cleveland Mrs. : PLAN TO h'JEEtt : r;jTIuuclicelly: .t c.jkooir,. n. tkat. ,,1 l I
Jury was out but a I trained social worker is to arrive i declaring state of I Ii. in the direction of. Aattria.
: a emergency -
White director cf the STATE GAMELAWSOTHER
I department.A : ,
take Miss Wednesday he wUJ feojoatitled tolake .
i within a few days to ,
short, time .when they announced mixed choral group is to be : EiseVc's place. I! SKYTRAIN'DUE existed in the coun- I I where ..>!. and. anli-nacU still

their readiness to [ organized and. the cooperation of "The Florida ERA regrets Miss: I I t ti i: ,I eke arm of kU colleague j I ty and turning over thecounty's ![ are engaged in a grapple for

appear in court and on taking I all 1 musically inclined persons in 1 1I Eisel 's going inasmuch as she HERE SUNDAY I Senator Neely, march down the dividing CASES APE TAKEN UP affairs !1
worker to Governor power.
I was a most! satisfactory
their seats the foreman I Key West was requested by :Mr. i f political aisle of the senate AT MORNING SESSION OF ,
I i[ White. He is particularly anxious and member of the social service Sholtz, who in turn : The two countries alone could

announced that a verdict department since her arrival in i chamber to the Vice President's CRIMINAL COURT ADJOURNS :hardly cause Germany .
that all the members of the c>?tj 1 December of 1934... :Mrs. Johnson ; J. GERRY CURTIS RECEIVES ; asked the Florida Emer- anxiety.With .
could not be agreed upon. I I of the "Pirates of Penzan *" participate said. WIRE STATING TRAVELERS: dais and be sworn in. UNTIL MONDAY gency Relief Administration 1 I.I an army admittedly con" ting -
in the
of the de- ; \ of more than 400.000 trained
J. Harris instructed I 1 i i I
Judge Vining I
partment so that can bey 1I I It turn out. however that to handle the situ !
group I I may
WILL LEAVE HAVANA TO. ; and with air net
the jury to return to the kept intact. j J Ji READY TO RECEIVE I I i D\en. an w'/rji,
I i I I denied the to Threc/ca of violations of the tion. The bills also Hitler's
jury room and give the matter Members of church chors also BORROW MORNING Ilot! will be right i ii j cover- : according atatemen.

further consideration. This they i: are wanted in this "Key West I I I make thtt short journey on his i i. Floiida Game LJv.ere heard in I ed a like action by the I i:| Sir John Simon is the equal of
REPLIES TO CARDSThe : criminal
; II conjunction in court
did and at the end of a brief Singers Club." Mr. White Mid. '!, !I. t.: Great Britain's. Germany co.iM
returned and advised; i I! thi- morning. The defendants i city council of Key West.
period again what :
With their help and tale'{t he ; I Plans have been perfected to birthday. It all depends on Lain Dobbs Julio I i i easily win the argument in an
the court that no agreement; hopes to organize a mixed I, ; were ; Santacrttz'and : 1 i '
could be reached. The jury was' of 50 persons. group; assignment office of the receive the skytrain: and the tray-certain[ senators now engaged in Guiro Diaz. :' armed l dispute with either Lithuania
i I
discharged.This f# Rehearsals; will be held two ; Key West Administration; will be.' tiers which' left here Tuesday for i. ituJyirg his status decide. i,I They were specifically chtrgcd ARRANGE PLANS I or Austria.

case was called for trial' nights each week but the studio.i open from 7;30 ajm. to noon, and I: with trapping fur hearing animals '; What worries the GHtiaBi! is

Tueslay and argument to quash; hour will not conflict with othr j 12:15 p. m, to 5 p. m. for the I: Havana and will return 10 o'clock I f f i The whole question hinges on ot of reason. Thev were arre'"ted i ion 1: FOR ART AFFAIR tint' behind Lithuania, accordingto !

the indictment was made. Wed-I activities: in the city. Mr. White convenience of 'persons who have : j whether a man can be elected to complaint; of King Comet, rep-i i

nesday morning Judge Harris de-, pointed out. Rehearsal hours will been cent: cards it was announced ,, tomorrow morning. i '., rerenting the genie warden for a firm German conviction.
; the senate when he is not qualified' this district j. HERE TOMORROW stands the Soviet Union' and behind
: : this t| ;!
the of :
nied the 'motion and start be designated at ; morning. I I J. Ceiry Curtis asisctant FERA '
securing a jury was made. The' ular rehearsals of tim@'lIwhenler-j! Many eople> hive been mailed .,, to serve. Pleas of /guilty wore entered I by I I Austria at )least Italy.
idiuinistrator this afternoon
; re- .
,panel' was completed 5:20 o'clock1) are not scheduled irganitttlotf"otthe } cards asking! that'.they report to':mved, tciejnamtfrontllavmfer U-- '4 CaJltt i ""iD raneirtiCte/rSrrthf'Roscoe Ro])-t *- singeis'o f.J the'' assign ment"ofTice7"3ntrTfTT'essential i n ? RECEPTION TO BE HELD 'lN !: Soviet Russia has ever been anathema
crtu, Norman Baker. Frank del. Key West will l take place next > that the cards be re- rdvi&ing that the flyers will leave The Constitution lays down of the game \??rden he would suapontj I II I

Villar, Abelardo Lopez Diego week. Monday Tuesday and Wednesday ;, turned. ;: about 8 clock tomorrow morning i'three qualifications which a per- sentence and the case was I CONNECTION WITH EVENT.I to the Hitler regini"".

Torres and Earl Hathaway Mr.!' nights, from 7:30 oclockj: i from the Cuban capital and are son must have to enter the UnitedI d i..m is-ed. f I TO MEET NEW 'DIRECTOR While the governments preceding
Roberts selected foreman '' to 9:30 o'clock the studio local-1 William Gary and Joe Stenpits: :, Hitler had little love for the
was j b ERRICKSONSON !I I due at Key West about 10 o'clock.A States senate.; lie must have attained chwred with taking quantity of !1 I
ed at 414 Simonton street, will be I a : OF INSTITUTION to the east at least official -
Thursday and Friday number -. i I : neighbor ,
a committee consisting of Mayor the age of :30, been a citizen .. wetting apparel 1 from the vetcrans i I I II
of witnesses were examined open and during those hours Mr. j i i relations correct and
and late Friday the atorneys White ,urged perrons to come j I VISIT TO CITY W. 11. Malone, Chairman Carl : of the United States for nine cimfs- on the keys: entered I'I --- were became -
commercial relations even
: of cuilty. They BenI -
finished their arguments. Judge' Quartets sextets, double quar iicrvaldi of the county commis- yews and an inhabitant of the pla Everything was ready this r
tensed to 20 da in jailI Ct-j close.
county f !
I I ;s I
Harris then recessed until this tets and other musical; groups are J : loners, Commissioners Wm. R. Late for which he is chosen. i I I| lit hard labor. As they had !been in ernoon for the reception to be !;i It was.logical 1 relations with the

morning announcing that he to be organized, it was said. i Mr. and Mrs. Raymond S.. Er-; 1 Porter, and Norbcrg Thompson, Some authorities contend that prison for 24 days they were allowed given tomorrow afternoon and !I i I Soviets should cool when a political

would deliver his charge when iicktx, accompanied by their "jon. :Sheriff K. O. Thompson Lieutenant Holt is> lacking in one of these in dci a't. r evening by the Key We.t Art :i party the 'national socialists.

the session was resumed 10 OFFERING PRIZE : John Richard Errickson and Mr. ,1 Frank J. f:. Ln1dlc .. ''which had of its mo-t
W. U. Jackson U. S. N., Lieu- qualifications; that he was elect- hunter : ) Gallery when 1 local persons will : as one
o'clock. > Errickson's father, John Errick-: Jor.cph Boyle and R. J. Moxie I(I powerful slogans. "Down with
R. II. U. S. A., have
ttnant Krueger to meet
ed office which at the time an
This morning; in a lengthy son have arrived in Key West fora I an : also I ; charged with n like offense ; bolshevism" took charge of the
charge the judge went over the FOR BEST ESSAY vi'it:: with Mr. and Mrs. C. W. I Superintendent W. W. Demerits, I.c I was unqualified to fill. :except 1 : that in thise case blankets .Stewart Leonard, new director of'i reich. iI

cafe in all of its details. lie explained Richards lighthouse department; E. A.'I'k The point is made that if Holt ; v.ere included in the ii-t of articles: the gallery :1 I "I fear Russia as an. ally nioi-

the plant board act in all -, Raymond Errickson will take up trunk, M. E. GUfond. FERA ad- I is teatcd there is nothing to prevent purloined entered pleas of guilty. i i> The gallery will open tomorrow I I{than I fear France as aa enemy. ,"

of its ramifications, scope and SUBJECT "IMMODZSTY IN duties here with the United States mini:rator and Mr. Curry will be 26. 21 or 28 They had been in prison for 21dcyv afternoon at 2 o'clock and /romS :.; Hitler in reported to have aid to

powers and particularly analyzed Coast Guard lI rY C'e.Perplexed | waiting to receive the flyers on p, & person years : A like sentence was im- o'clock until 7 Sir John Simon when tbe Engti.>h
the phases of the board's ,' DRESS AMONG CIVILlZI old being elected to the senate in 1'm the reception i
an- their arrivaL i posed as in the receding: came, and i foreign minister was in Berlin.
will tike place. Mrs. William: I
thority especially< as pertaining to! ED PEOPLES" The group consists of an Eagle!, the future. Since such a person they were a'lojrcd: to go. I I Convinced Italy May Strikei
the caw in question. I RockPlane, piloted by Edward an't take hi seat until he reaches R. Porter assisted by a number of Austria Hitler

Rights of citizens in general'and i Klein of New York towing two i:0: the effect h to deprive<
particularly in. matters of the'! A prize of five dollars.will be gliders.--piloted by Jack' O'Meara of. its rightful repr> nUti'. >n in PINEAPPLES"iARRIVE group. I I Sirens conference. )ir be did' not

kind at issue were also dealt with given by gentleman of Key of New York and E.'I-alil Dupont, l *}he' ;j. nate.' : Many new picture will be displayed I know it before, that. the three
,by the.judge in his charge and a Those;. >xeoaJots wh take this
theycitisen'a > DAILY
rot Delaware, ahl ti"Sltason planepiloted I' edibled
( I : 'great there .si are
West, for the best essay onmodesty "Jny" it was pointed out this powers
: cafe _
prerogatives view cite c.i'
'were clearly the
with as furerrdent : .
byr fa Civilizc il 4 t t ," 'unanimous in opposing any
in Dress Among < \:
'. morning They will include artisi -
explained .i in order to .A1bTI.Gl&lIati.Ied.ni I t
thoroughly Mtrotone'N ws 'Rctl I'' Cameraman I.of : : to tip!. v. ; by Germany the affair
,acquaintthe jurors with.tha other! Peoples. senat* Jr Pennsylvania-, in I tiff CARS i' tic photographic reproductions of,(
Ru'ei! #Joe tiibfoh as t >snger. js&V: liNT of Austria. .
side of, the. question at .issue send! to jouns'-: A rattt"GAF'ilt. (fc. \fealdrgthe.ateMberstof'the' feficffptiun -I !rarly; da a..f the rrpiMicv'Gal; ; )*' _oirr gy 1N [ Key West .subject, water colors, Whether France of Great Bn
1-Contest open all FROM HE I
explain iiajackrrf C etchings oils and other work.
clearly the position of *,
;; .rlllh; t .lebmmittee it Is'lxpkttcd' year of'the'veqwir'ntae.yracs ., ain would act in the event of
tbe jury as: regards 'the state and I people under t-e age. of 21 yetrs.% *kkaba large number of titizen will : American citizen-'ll PAST TWO DAYS A musical program will be given -l another interference in Austria i I.:y
2 should consist '
-Essay approximately
the defendant. of three hundred be at Pan American airfield to -hip. .. ;, during the reception by a giTJa'ftring i Germany or Germans, aa they believe ,
When the case had been (1'e1 arrivals. lie was permitted to tike his | trio. Personnel of the group;
greet I I the case in connectionwith
word.v was
tided for the present it wa anvflounced real, but a j ear latrr. despite the Shipments of pineapplesrom includes Miss Alce Curry piano;
--- II Dollfusa murder i.
the :<
f open
from the bench that a I 3-Writer should sign essay fact he had by that time ratified i Cuba contin rteadily without! I Miss Norms Yates. violin, and I

.recess will be taken until 10[ with a pseudonym and write his JINX IN SHIP'SNAMES the constitutional retirement he .| :howing any material increase or'I Miss Helen Cavincns. cello. Numbers I i to question

o'clock: Monday morning. At this or her name on a slip; which Mill DEFIED was ousted from the senate on the decrease in the number of crates' to be played by the group, I I From aH account it appear'that *,
I Mninolini and Hitler who *
time another jury will be drawn! be enclosed and sealed in an envelope II rtound that he was not duly! qualified received weekby: ferries of the care: 1[
and other cases, a number of i, on the outside of which lily A-oelard Pr...., at the time of hi* election. 1 F. K, C. Ferry company. ;I Klegie-Massanett. !ILb.! beginning; l each of cordial the nazi: mumrrschange ,
:! mesu-ag"
which will he l written the pseudonym Another ComplicationThe Yesterday: morning and this i Largo-Handel.
are on the docket will bet i qJ..ASGOW. May 18-Defying j each oU1-
te hate r.
adopted. Enclose this sealed -envelope [ come
heard. is further'complicatedby morning there were 19,152 crates Spring Song-M ndeb hn.I .
a jinx of the sea, a new cargo rune |
I the
in the envelope containingthe Alison Redo vessel launched here has been the kw of Wert Virginia, which ;of the fruit shipped from Key West I Melody in Rnbenstein. ;Rightly or wrongly -
I essty. The envelope contain : scents a mystery behind that : in 73 total Consolation Mendelssohn. i i is convinced that ItMv;
christened "Marina. She is the requires every candidate for cars making a for the -
FERRY BRINGSIN ing writer's name will not be' open-j 1, her father's engagement. fourth ship to bear the name all the senate file with the recretary week of 205 cars and for the ea- i The musical: program will be given ,will pounce upon Germany on th"

: ed until afire essays have been i I And just try to keep her the others having met_ with dis- of rtate 50:; days before the primary ron of 684 cars.JURORS out doors in the shade of the .I slightest pretext. The foreign orI. -

PINEAPPLES: read and graded. from solving it! You'll aster. election a statement that he trees, and George Mills White will fice even believes Italy U backing

i' 4-Essays must be sent in be-': find first rate entertain- The first of them a Donaldson it eligible to hold office. Holt filed t I offer vocal selections. I. Lithuania.

'I fore May 30th.5.Address j 1' mint in liner was torpedoed in 1916 near such a statement when strictly; RECEIVE Besides Mrs. Porter, hostesses include Hof Raarntiny Program
: Seen from Germany, then. Soviet -
Ferry Palma arrived: from Cuba "Modesty,. .,The .. Fastnet with a loss of 18 seamen.I speaking it is contended he wa I Mrs. William R. Warren,
yesterday afternoon with 23 carloads I Citizen office. .: .. <' The survivors including several not qualified.The TUEIRPAYTODAY! Mr*. Norberg Thompson Mrs.I[ Russia looms as the first

of pineapples. one car of 1 The winner will be, -nnouruelll] ri Americans, spent 30 hours in open situation it certain to be i #John Wtrdlow. Mrs. H. C. Caley. ![great possible enemy, because
I and prize awarded May'31.:; :'t I 1 I into the Mrs. William II. Malone Mrs G. I|eommnni nt and national socialism:
of before pone thoroughly by sen
sugar; one car of tile one maehinery boats in a turbulent sea like fire and water and
80 sacks* of mail,. bagg&ge1 I-Do S.aa..tloa.! 'Immodestywith \t ft.t .kung picked up. The episode re-I ate. Former Senator HatfieM.f The sumof $438 was paid f. 1 N. Go'horn. and Mrs. B. Curry tare,,, seek to annihilate the other.
and two passengers. cot confuse j f .Sttltpd in one of the strongest whom Holt defeated has filed an I jurors who served in criminal : )f reno. Those who will assist the
the second
Steamship Cuba arrived from: Immorality except Tnsof:;r., as j!- Dotes: from Washington to Germany election contest with the senate 'court this week. Distribution of., hostesses in serving refreshmentsare i| Italy is potential

'Tampa this morning with a number one conduces 'to the other. of that period of the war. on this very point. The committeeon ;' this .mouni was made by Clerk Mrs. J. J. Trevor Mrs WaiI ;; enemy as the belief is currenthere

of excursionists en route to' 2-\\ is suggested hat"Twritersdefine 1 ..,,The eecond "Marina." a Greek privileges and elections mult'! C. Sam B. 'Curry when they were i I lace Klrke. )1.... J. Y. Porter. Mrs % that Mussolini who spewI

Cuba for the usual IndependenceDay modesty and immodesty as i i vessel fell rictim to another German investigate and make a recommen discharged by Judge J. Vining 1;. F. Trevor Miss Ileen Williamsand I!1 Southern Tyrol slipping from him
relates to dress! and give illustrative Serial if naziism spread, i is only waiting:
celebration. 'I A New by submarine in the Mediter dation to the senatThere' I Harris when recess until Monday Miss Minnie Porter. Harris.NOTICE ;
descriptions. M. WINCH I for a chance to get into a mix-Dp
immodesty EVELYN ranean. The third} was sunk by a no particular reason was ordered.
3-Discuss the effect with
mine. why the seatnig of Holt should be f i While a larger sum than usual Germany
on civilization. !I i To protect herself against po! -
GALA CARNIVAL a party issue. Hatfield a republican -;[ wee required to pay off the mem- The name ofLu -
4-Its effect on personal re-: Starting Monday wouldn't the bern of the several venires this ; sible attack but also to regainixMpeet
ROBBED OF SPECIMENS get the seat were {I' Smith Service Station .
MOONLIGHT DANCE finement; and on adolescents. m* one of the great pow
senate to uphold his contest. West was due. it was said to the rnt -
5-Its effect on the sweetnessand MAY 20 INTHECmZEN t has been changed to I ers of the world, Germany.
usual number of veniremen -
Tonight CHICAGO.-Ben Enelow, stamp Virginia's governor is a democratand necessary
gentleness of the home. Ackerman Service Station I through Hitler has embarked upon -
collector and dealer of this city wele the Holt seat declared II to fill out the panel to try.
HABANAMADRID CLUB 6-The attitude of the Christian s.c..r Sorrieol of rearm-
i gigantic
a program
I was held in his store and robbedof vacant he would appoint another the plant board-George B. Graham .
Script 1.00 Ladie Free religion towards immodesty in up '1 I Ph... 522 White at Catherine fng.
dress ........................ bi$ rarest. specimens. democrat.I case -I



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t ';b c ter- : ..__ I If"ubue"e4 MILL'S TRUE PROPHECY KEY WEST IN I Today In History! I I178.1Fil't [[ TODAY'S WEATHER l 11 LEGALS (I

Daily lcxdpt'e.aasay ..... ..a....... ..... OTICR OP M%! TKH *LK
I Shortly before his death in 1873, the
TUB CITITKN rcuLlsuwa. .co, mo. DAYS GONE BY of the Loyalists Native l is b.-: tlv.n that under .
PreeUrat.From noted English philosopher i and economist, I'I'' and by virtue ..f.I.ln arArr and
L. P. I Her Jtat 10 fleeing the U. S. landed in St. Temperatures' r I becoming fresh Sunday over north I|.l*.-r_ of foreclosure. and sale made
Th Citizen bolldlna; I John Stuart Mill\ expressed his views' Happening and ..teeed on the Sd dar ofta .
concerning >
" Corner Greene and Nan Street Ago Today A. Taken From I John. New Brunswick. : Highest ... ........-.-....... portion and gentle to moderate : A. P. IMS. |I.. and by the Circuit:
the es.oentialof; freedom and the The Files Of The Citixea -of Vicksburg be- :|:Lowest ............ ..... ... ..... I hifting winds becoming fresh Sunday 'i (''otlrt.f the Twentieth Judicial
1862 Siejre: < irniit of In
J! the of Florida
vuly Dally Newspaper ta Key West and Monroe tendency of various individuals and groups i''Ran' Civil War. 1 i..Mean _._ _..*..=... =:...=.-.._..... over north portion and gentle -"and for Monroe state County. In Chan-
\ | ..
County. Normal Mean ..... ._......_.._. rrrr. in a cause herein p-ndinwtirrrin .
rules of
to impose their own opinions and At a meeting of the American I! } to moderate shifting winds bet, Cleveland Nil. In plaintiff '
..ater.d.t Key West.Florida, as second mil matter decided 1883-Cyclones in Wisconsin! Rainfall'Yesterday'a and Rose M ,....I..r'. if linna. ......
conduct upon others. He said: Legion held last night it was Minnesota, Illinois and Missouri! j| 'coming easterlyer south portion if d.add i th. heir*. devis..s.. grantees .
r FIFTY-BIXTH YEAR "The only freedom which deservesthe to hold the benefit minstrelshc.w took great toiL t1899FirstJ | Precipitation .0 Ins.I'I and mostly overcast weather, np other claimant.. under he

....... sf.tk. Aaartte Preae.Lt for the! legion on June 12 Normal Precipitation ..._ ,.15 Ins. probably scattered showers, to-: aid Rose. MVelk Minnie K.rt.Wolfe.decease Mf livInar. orr.thrrwise -
Aoclate4 Preen In exclusively eaUtled to .*. name U that of pursuing our own goodin and 13. The San 'Carlos theater ;;; Peace Conferent'e. -' 'Thin VCTrd rover. 2t-k..r perl.d'eadl.g and. If dead. th. heirs, dvi *-
J.r publlcatlon of all new dipatche credited and al.tIt .. our own way, so long as we do not attempt i was chosen in which: to presentthe called by Czar of Russia at a .'el..k Iki.er.l.g. :1 night and Sunday. 1 reis .Rrasteea nr other claimant
otlerwUe credited In this paper under the nald Minnie K. Wolfe. d.-
or East Gulf
the local ne'. publlaaed berg __ to deprive others of theirs. Man- bill. The show will be stagedfor opened. i i1D22 Tomorrow* AlmaaacSun : Increasing east' and <,I reaM-d. or otberwiae, J O t'lodelaand

each the purpose of raising funds I r rises! ......_........_ .. 5:41) a. m. I!southeast! ; winds becoming: fresh .\ Josephine.J. Kemp Pmdela.and his U. wife.ndrew .
kind greater gainers by suffering Ilardm !lUJPI :- Alary Kemp.
Pre'ident :
7 Q NATIONAL IGTCRIALASSOCIATION are which will be teed to beautify the ? 5 Sun sets .n_....._._....... 7:06 p. m. : probably strong s.t times over extreme his wife Samael mix Johnson andAntoinette
l.e lJ- other to live as seems good to themselves, elubhou grounds. The Burns in-1 I ge-ted abolishment steel mills. of 12hourrshift Moon rises .n..._..... 8:43 1'. m.I I north portion. ; V\_ c'. Hoi-nan J.hn_widower... his wife are, and defendant -

<=/ 1935.1R.Ca.O than by compelling each to live as seems teiezts have purchased several lots in Moon set! _.... .... .. C:2 :. m. ; I *.. f.rrclosur of lien of tax
adjoining and; it is understoodthat I ale certifM-at*. the anderMiamedSpeeial
SATE good to the rest. The disposition of man- their . Tomorrow Tide I WEATHER CONDITIONS I Mauler. In Chancery will offer -

dn.;11 3loatha Tear .-._._- __..:::=:-...---.- : -===..lifiWeekl kind, whether as rulers or as fellow citizens noMings.! they intend beautifying I CLASSIFIEDCOLUMN i" I A.M. P.M. j I i _for I..r mile,.. for and each will In iwll hand at, tn|mbItr the-

Three Months ._.-. --_ ; : their and inclinations High .................. 9::0 11:i-l: Pressure has fallen over New <;i i highest: and hent. bidder at the front
.._ .. to impose own opinions door
)s. Month' r.---._ .._.- -- .11 I Low .....-..__......- :3:23 4:51 Knglapd. Eatport. )Ie., 29.C6 I :Monroe of County the County.Florida Court, In douse the City of
) -------- 1 scout Numbers
i Three boy : troops, I
rule of conduct
as a on others ) .
Barometer at 8 a. in. today: inches and is low this morning of Keyfft. Florida, during the
ADVERTISING RATES 1, 3 and 5, left on the U. legal hours
S'I of on Monday the
energetically supported by some of the Sea level], 29.89.WEATHER over the Rocky Mountain and :: -t
Made known on applicationni'FCIAL ___ ___ Xrd Jay of : I
__ and Coast Guard June. fl. IMS. the following -
NOTICK S. Bayspnng! I ........................ I'lateau regions. and central I described land, aitnate. Tying
: best and by some of the worst feelings in-
All reading' notice, cards of thank, resolutions et Cutter Saukee this morning i REPAIRING FORECAST Plains and West Gulf] with !, and beingin the County of Monroe,
,.ped. rbltuary notices, etc, will b. cbarae4 for at cident! to human nature, that it is hardlyever Havana where they will attend the 1 States Mate of Florida, towltLot :
a disturbance of considerable intensity Numbered Fir (i) of
:i* rate sf :* oents a
entertainment,by cbarcae from which under restraint but fiesta to be given in connection Section Tllipl,._.. (U) In
: for kept by anything : CHAIR BOTTOM REPAIRING (Till 8 m., Sunday) over Texas, Corpus Christi .
p. T
I revenue is to be derived are i cent a line.h with! the inauguration ceremonies wnhip iMxtr-fifx: (i.) SOuth
% CUU>t. l. ahopen forum and Invites dlacna.HM want of power. As the power is not de- of Gerardo Machado tomorrow.I Cain bottoms.repaired by Li-i Key West and Vicinity: Partly : 29.52 inchea; while the northern' ..f .. .Ranire Twentyninefca (%!I'
\ of pcblle iaauca and subject of local or general nard Warren 418 Simonton j high pressure;; area remains crested :' t containing. T..nl.I'and.
tiurest but. it will not publish anonymous communlutfna. clining, but growing unless a strong bar- The boys are to be guests of the cloudy tonight and Sunday; gen- a half (I i H) seeps.fated .
Cuban' and specific! street. ma>14-7tx{l over the Lake region and extends May 4. 1935WILLIAM.
rier of moral conviction can be raised government : # is i southward over the Ohio! V AI.IU'RY
orders have been i issled by the J 9
Master In
wife can't against the mischief ,. in PIANO TUNING y I'I"' VaLej, Duluth, Minn., 30.24 inches. ; ?".
Never :start anything your we m.ust expect CuLan officials for their care and I 1!;.. : CURRY HARRIS.
i Rains and thunderstorms have'' J f.A-':":I.OT i.RTgR.
finLh.;} the present circumstances of the wWld, to entertainment. They will return to Laureano Mo Solicitor. for I'lamMff.
PIANO TUNER Kt. I been general during the last 24
- Key West Friday. may : Punt
it increase.
J see reno. Excellent piano for sale hours throughout mot; sections
The term "dummy" 'is no longer applied The "mischief" meddling and inter- cheap. 1018 Division street. \vtsn t west of the Mississippi; River except --Subscribe-- .. to The Citizen..
-- -
Officials and enthusiastic! mem- apr22-1 mo I in Caliiornia, being hca-'y in I
ference has increased :Mill and !
as feared,
to a hand at fcridge, being now reserved bers of the, Oversea highway Association l.oitions of the central l Plains i' KEY WESTCOLONIAL

forthe players. today is in evidence to a greater extent are making efforts to in-: FOR REN1 ( ..;t Mates and northern Texas Dodge I f II

than ever before. In our'business! life, especially lerekt ali| citizens: in the association -!I Ct).. Ran. 1.32 inches, and'i HOTEL
and to get'as many members I.BICYCLES WE RENT by the r ,! ; 1!Atilene, Texas. 2.68 inches. Temperature -
we are ruled by an.army of petty In the Center of the Business
Stone deaf people have one advantageover vi,po!;siole to join within the next Hour, Day or Week. Repair'an Partly Cloudytie changes; have been genitally -i,
: tyrants and bureaucrats. whose-edicts(I andrulings ; .. is makes and paint them with and Theater District
those 'not so afflicted. They can't few weeks. TW, ,rpaniza],ion, unimportant with readings:
l are supposed to have! the full force fostering the cim stirllttion.of\ the Nu-Enamel.] We carry 'full I to moderate shifting winds, becoming above normal hear all the racket going the First C.-Fireprr
on. for
] of Agent
and effect of law.. And ..the"end' of' this road to the mainland and there supply parts. Bicycles.! easterly. ,and near or telow the rea-
Hill be lots of crtx>rtumtieior Rollfast and Dayton. Florida: Mostly cloudy prob- tonal; average elsewhere! with Sensible Rate
sort of thing is by in sight. them low as $5.Cu
no means And sell as
and the membersht to'bse tbly] showers on the :light: frost; this morning in portionsof
The law requires food drug manu- southeast
I down and 1.00 per week. We COFFEE SHOP NOW Off.1:
ence to effect legislation which eoa's1. tonight and Sunday and in I Michigan and heavy frost in i
to label their products Sell all makes of used 1
facturers correctly and
THAT TVA "YARDSTICK"Much may be found necessary before Buy 276. J. R. extreme north portion Sunday. t the upper Ohio Valley.G. Carafe Elevator
but doesn't require the consumer to read the roads and and es are com- Bicycles. Phone Jacksonville! to Florida Straits!:} S. KENNEDY. I .
515 Duval Popular, Prices
It be readily understood t Stowers company t
the labels. pleted. can apr9-tf Moderate northeast and east winds Official in Charge
I controversy has arisen over the it is pointed: out, that the street. .
-, .- .._ -_ .... -
contention of the Tennessee Valley Au- larger the membership the greater -j FOR SALE I -
Personally we' prefer not to have any the force which can be broughtto ...

mixture of religion into politics. It makesa thority that in establishing low rates for bear when favors are being ask- PRINTING-Quality Printing at'I'
electric power in the area in which it oper- ed from those: in a position to I the Lowest Prices. The Art- J4winkedby
bad mess any way one looks at it. If '. rant them. he
ates it was establishing a "yardstick" to man Press. aug7 j 't
the founder of Christianity preached poli-
determine the proper rates for service by. .
tics, we are not aware of it. private companies. Cooperation was the keynote of TYPEWRITING PAPER 500 J JI 'Don ACCEPI1NG.IMITATIONS
addresses yesterday at the luncheon sheets 75c The Artman Press.

By its annual report the Alabama given by JItyor Frank II. I I aug7 I To tn the original Dam 100% Pare Paint

If the government goes too far in reg- Power Company challenges the accuracyof Laud in honor of W. F. Burns and i ------ B e sure to MADE IN BALTIMORE. rDUSTrAHT

ulating business there will be no businessto the so-called yardstick, citing the advantages HK associates who' lire in Key j OLD PAPERS FUR SALE-Two look for Davis 100% Pore Paint ha often ken MASt

regulate. It is folly to kill the goose which subsidized Wet; and the possibilities of the | bundles for 5c. The Citizen Off -I I this Label imitated,but n..er4.pl ca.eL :=::::...
a government future. In his address Mr. Ladd I f fice. ct16 1 Davw 100% Pare Paint conform with

that lays the golden egg and you cannot corporation has over a privately owned stressed the point that: whoever' In:' .owe t' all pare paint Law and u the only paint :.=.--

have your pie and eat it, too. utility among which are these: controls. Key West controls the SECOND SHEETS-BOO for soc. aIJ&\PUKJ that came a guarantee of purity. ::::::-.:

Gulf of Mexico. That Key' The Artman Press. nug7 PAINT
The TVA can charge off such costsas West is a naval base and that# ,, Cook for this Guarantee the Labeler =

Georgia has elected to drink red vint- it desires to navigation flood control the bond issue! for the road to the 1 1 WANTED =-.---- W.......iwcoiMMclMM wnh any.Mhcr......MuMfaTHEttRDAVISCa ......_._..ears.AR .
mainland will not include the ov p.uJ.a.= are _.de by w .n &ka_ we ..te ehrwth Dukra_Iy.;
age and forming suds but not hard liquor. and national defense; its program is aided I
of several] bridges at WANTED chance to bid on
building IDNisW
: 14911 BALTIMOREMHComer
However the latter will not be hard to get, by Federal loans and gifts to municipal
points the right of way. lie next printing order. The
( on your
so the drys are appeased and the wets are distribution system; its taxes are nominal closed his talk by an appeal to all Artman Press. ang7 I G. C. ROBERTS Caroline and William StreetsSPECIAL ,

satisfied. No better arrangement could be while the private company pays an amountfor present to help] in building the proposed I

devised.If taxes equal to 77 per cent of the payroll l bridges. 'I' .-. -'I" -' -- -- ---u -.

.: it has an advantage averaging 33 percent '
Editorial Comment: A man lives I 4tSTfF'4Y4Wt. .............
in land grant railroads
freight rates over :
it is true that Mazdak a Persian ot only when he measures: life by its I

the fifth century taught advanced Com- ; it borrows money on the credit of intensity. The man: who keeps his ALL MAKES

the Federal at little eves on the crawling hands of: the Zc
government a more
munism then its certainly has I
progress flock. never fin'Is out the real secret set.. SALE
been snail-like and there is no immediate than half what private companies have to of a contented and happy, life.: : :

it beat down the price of cement for
danger from that sourc, especially since pay;
the world is more enlightened now than dam building under threat of establishing John Sands and Miss Ejlna i I : --- ON ---

then and becoming more so every day. government cement plants, and so on. Knowles were married last niht; I k "
the Miss
,in Congregational church.
Without attempting to pass on the : Reba Sands was bridesmaid and I I.I I./

asks the peopleof merits of this controversy, it does seem i Emit Sweeting was .groomsman.Rev. I.I I ;
When the president
that there may be two sides to it, after all. I C. de W. Brower performedthe I I II .
the nation to feel free to criticize the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Sand I
This u all the evident when it is remembered I I !
: more .
acts of his administration he is' simply reiterating have many friends who wish them 1 e -
their constitutional privilege; if that the TVA is not required to :a happy life.Several ,l i : 7J: I i iI

make a profit or even make its expenses, -
he criticizes in return, that is his constitu- : :
beautiful homes will be
it call public treasury for e. -
can on the
tional right.,and he i isn't the kind to shrink as built on KV# iLaifeo: before? next I : -- -- iil :
deficit incurred in its.operations, and .
any sold
winter. Sites ha\6been to
from expressing himself 'when he chooses."Time" a.
the taxpayers must pay.,, .J .'. i' ....' number of people who are interested I .. 'J ;-.. .: 1"J
v./- ,t' .t,, J solely in having a winter v .
recently referred to south ..' home in[ Florida and those who I : o t1 '.. 1 1. .':a..:

Florida as of "pancake" altitude tf asr ?. OBSTACLES, TO RECOVERY :. *ilt Largo because it affords the most I '
:'ffcd 4'>o'it a bit by the State Chamber of : -:: : .
Citizens who sincerely have the:welfare beautiful se>S; view in the state. 't

Commerce for so-doing. A week later"Time" of their country at heart are unani- TREVOR & MORRIS,

opened a "March\ of Times" moving mous in the hope that the launching of the FUNERAL BENJAMIN LOPEZ HOME -I N .- !I i

picture studio in Miami, thus utilizingthe
renewed employment program under the tablUKe.t.. 49 Year "Olde Continuous Ford : 1 1I
charms of "pancake" Florida to the ..... World" I I
four-billion-dollar fund will focus atten- Key W Oldest Dealer in the
delight of Miamians.An -'H..p Ambatane. Service(
tion again upon the paramount problemthat 1. .*.._e.l Embalmer. ; I I : v :

of providing jobs for the unemployed.For Pi.... I3ff N'ivht A94-W 1' .

interesting exhibition. banned t some inexplicable reason too ---I II I :
---- I1
books has been made in New York. It reveals much attention has been diverted from the r "' I
\1 :
that a Chinese governor objected to major task. There has been too much effort -; I ISS 4i .
I .
"Alice in Wonderland" because- made :
expended on reform and not enough :

animals equal to humans, that Gilbert andu1li"an' on recovery. i II I Important j : :SI

.. "Mikado" was held up in Great Such proposed legislation as the Black I I .. ..

Britain through fear that it might offend 30-hour week bill, the Wagner labor disputes Announcements I I : II:>ro ; ; "

Japan and that Imperial Russia outlawed bill and the utilities holding company I I r .

Hans Christian Anderson's fairy 'bill. gimpy; 'serve: as snipers in crip- I i
the OI
concerning: redemption of First and
faritistic ideas.
tales lest children;. get pling and killing genuine recovery ef l
Fourth Liberty Loan Bonds have been : :

forts. made by the treasury. Department this
Barbara Hutton is putting into prac- The Government can't buy recovery. I '
tice Huey Longts: 'shar -the-w alth"' The expenditures of ,millions and billionsof t : : T' 1 :

theory. Each time she marries, a portionof the taxpayers: dollars will riot restore ._

her wealth goes with 'the marriage settlement permanent prosperity. These expenditures We would be pleased to have you 16-Piece Set $1..00 ;

then another portion is sliced off merely serve as a stop-gap a temporary consult us

for the divorce settlement. .You do not boost in employment. Recovery can come !

see any of these so-called noblemen sell only through private employment and that

ing their titles, empty though they be, for callsjfor normal investment of 'private THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK- I South Florida!i Contracting & Engineering Co. j

little or nothing. They want a generous capital.i .

allowance before being bedded. The objectionable Investment money flees from disturb; OF KEY WEST I : Pbt.n. S9S White and Elia Street I

part is she does nQt divide her I ing and threatening Jr.ws. It is useless to Member of the Federal Reserve i it "Your home is worthy of thcSbest" .

wealth with the countrymen of the land argue that such fear i is groundless in the i ..*..................................................................:

where her fortune was .created. present,instance. "'. 1A 1II1lo
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'Chapter 4J to the somewhat puzzled robins 'LEV MEMORIAL
SCANDAL and wrens and red birds who were
CHURCH SOUTH CHURCHCor. Approximately 350 attended
not in-the least Interested. persons
'fMJT. J&me did n6t .p nd aD his Bat'as the great day grew nearer -- I the first "..ommnnit) sings

L_ time before bit! marriage with and nearer James'courage and confidence j Cor. Georgia and Division Sts.Rev. Fleming and William Street nirht"at the Douglass High
I W. J. Martin Pastor Shuler Peele Pastor j School last night.
Leslie. He realized only too weU begin inching out of him. J ,
had i Church school at 9:45 a. m..'I t Church school meets at 9:45: Welters Cornet Band assistedin
that he to bestir himself U he It ,lIn't ,that.I. ,don't know my ---'- -.- :,
succeed tn the with Ed. R. Curry, superintendent a. William N. Knowles .t making the affair
was ever to fulfilling speech he explained to Leslie, "or I m., sup. a success.!

fine promises be had made' on a that I'm not certain It's a good ;YANKEES DEFEAT eeeeeeeeeeeeeeee.e.emeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee.eeeje.sFOLL :. erintendent. The Wesley rellow-, The program had been sponsoredby
certain summer afternoon on a Kan speech. 1 Morning worship at 11 o'clock. ship' Bible Class meets in the pas I the recreation department of
ass bin top. "But Tm such a damned sensitive 0 WING' THROUGH) Sermon subject" : "Inheriting" tor's study. The pastor is the the Key West! Administration.of .
As yet James asked tor no favors fool that If I catch sight of one per- INDIANS; BOSTONBEATSVHITESOX Eternal Life. teacher.

but he started edging In at political son in the audience .yawning ,or (By JOVE) I jI I i Junior Epworth League meets I Morning worship at 11 o'clock. denomniations are invited to

gatherings both state and local and sneering I'll lose my grip. I remember ..seee..eese.ee.s.ses.sees..e.eco ..... .sass.. I I at 4:00 p. m. Mrs. V. A. Archer Sermon subject: 'How Shall I attend.

and once out. In XortonvOle \ ,,in charge. Think."
lined the at
up with progressive a '!
think'what I have said through double plays. He also won the ad-
balky' younger Republicans-those Grange meeting I had a corking Intermediate Epworth League Intermediate Epworth League SEVENTH: DAY ADVENTISTS
thee columns on different occa- miration of the fans who were at :
determined to .kick free from the !speech .and ,I caught sight of a.. ,i I meets at 5:00 p. m. Mrs. S. J. meets at 3:30 p. m. Miss Venda-I'
iior.3 is about to come true. I ;, the ball park by his ac-!
domination of the "Old Guard and of someone In the front row Just! [ GIANTS! AND CARDINALS peppy i I Pierce in charge. line Watkins superintendent. 1017 Fleming Street
see U here Wm. Cates is playing tions. His club lost but it
start a' new deal for others andthemielyes. looking superior as IJ 1 wasn't t I I I Young People's Department Young People's League meets, R. T. Sawyer, Teacher

such a much. and I went all to LCSE; CUBS SHUTOUT PHILADELPHIA like a house afire right now. At no fault*of his or Cates, for they I[r meets at 7:00 p. m. Miss Norma at 7 p. m. Miss Mary Felton, i Bible study! Friday, 7:30 p. m.
.< i the beginning Le was going bad. i it hit three safeties and the club
He took an active part in the fan pieces. Yates, president president. Sabbath service 10:30 a. m.
primaries. He began. under cover Leslie knew all about;':Jortonvllle. I BY SCORE OF 5 i : :t. as I said, he vas sUffering i only got seven. Baker fielded five 1.'I Eveningworship service at 8:00. Evening worship service at 8:00 i

It had at one time been mmon with stage fright and right now : chances withont an errorvhich o'clock. Sermon subject: "Love
to pry Into the use and disbursement I |o'clock. Sermon subject: "The I CATHOLIC CHURCHSt.
of the city and county monies. talk In New Concord. It was Jane I : he is one 0&. the stars in the league.He ; gives him 15 chances without a I and Fidelity." I Hands of Jesus."

He found them shamelessly tnis- who B t"on the 'front 'seat looking I is batting. with the two hits he ;,' m cue. Those boys are the class The order of the Knights of the At the morning service two lay I Mary's Star of the Sea
superior; Well. Jane thabk God made in Thursday's game, .3-12- : of the leagre. ; vill attend the f
; Golden Eagle evening -
nied. The local bosses discoveredthat t \
will have the
Leslieassured prrlal to The TltlznO 1 I men a part on pro- Rev. Wm. Reagan, S. ..,
thank God was In New York. 12 hits in 35 times at bat. Boys. ) _
Jim Stlmson sniffing : service in body.
was NEW YORK, May 18.-The a : gram for short talks toncerning in charge
James that his audience tvis is the old and I Now the smoke of !I
hitting apple, Batch an-
around the Court House and and praise service each:
would probably have dined well I New York Yankees went to Victory -, !'; Prayer the work of the church this will Order of services for this
laughed at him brazenly They had four.of these safeties were doubles other Conch: Robert Bethel. lIe Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. I I
be in observance of
Cleveland church
over the Indians, Layman's Day. :
laughed'at him for years. and be in a good humor. \nd one home run, and his field-i I I will play with Couth Miami and is I I Young people's choir practice .
4 to 2, with Johnny Allen, who ? Mid-week prayer and Bible Sunday morning Masses will be
"Of course I may not be able to James went down to Kansas I vi 03 on the mound for the winners, irg.i* also good. lIe has made six j( scheduled to pitch the game tomorrow I each Thursday at 7 p. m. Miss : study, Wednesday at 8 p. m. said at. 7 and 930: o'clock.
SO errors in nine games: but he will I l afternoon against Ojus ,
a thine James explained to Alice Jenks pianist.
prove City one moment uplifted in an ringing up'' his third straight vic- i Choir rehearsal Wednesday inv Week-day Mass at 7 o'clock.
Leslie. "They're rotten as hell but make very few from now on as he | and with any kind of support he 41 Church choir practice each Friday
ecstasy of pride and confidence and tcry. Allen pitched a six-hit, six I mediately following the mid-week Evening service at 7:30 o'clock.
they've, got everything sewed up ha got his bearings right nox'-. |, should come through with a vic- at 8 Miss Catherine I
the next sunk In a chill of despair. itrike-out game. Lou Berber i I pm !service Mrs. P. B. Roberts, di- Sundays and Fridays.
vfgbt. Going through with It may I !tory. Knowles, church pianistCONGREGATIONAL rector.
Leslie. of course. went with him. Knocked a home run for the In-i '!
can political suicide. It's certain And I will have to say something
Leslie was to hear the speech from dians.
mean a big loss of business; about Cheta Baker As you all I Now of all the boys that I have CHURCH I
the back wings of Convention Hall. The Boston Red Sox defeatedthe CHURCH OF GOD
,pYre already blackballing me know' in Sunday's game; he hit I mentioned in these columns ,.only
ht and left. But It you're willing as James was afraid that even the Chicago White-Sox' ,, 2 to, 1. :: single! in fonr i Casa. > and (Colored)
sight of her dear face might upset 'a : trips to the plate! Hale, Ubieta t. J ena :527; William Street j
Wes Ferrell wail oitthe slab' ''fo* 1106 Olivia Street Center Street, Between Pet.'O\ia
take chance to. ion half rml handled I chance and
a my -chances withoutan Go.nzalezllaek.; & _.they Richard Evans ,Pastor
.lent Income: ," him.Leslie ate her dinner alone In a the winners, opposed Jby t4'YI1 error, -and took, 'part in two J twill be :up there;before, 1 long I Sunday !school, 9:45'a.: m.worship' I Morning service at 11 o'clock. and Olivia
.eslle, 'fai 'not1 only willing 'butted Jones who served loI'Fhiof r Sunday school, 3:30 p. m. Mass; 8 a. m.
4 hotel that night as James was dinIng I 'i .....- Morning at 11 o'clock.
"" -- - service 7:15 Solemn and Benedirtion. -
f ana excited. James promptly wis a thirteen-inning'aifaiti1' : Sunday night Evensong
to work In earnest and In aft with his comrades. She met him The :Maekmen: shutout! ,ih<<.jSjt., Sermon, text:" "I'will: sing of the o'clock. of the Most Blessed Sacrament
f afterwards back and found : ( B'1VINNERS AtHLETES .Loed, forever."
stage of the
tlmf uncovered one of the1st Louis Browns, 8 to 0. llarcum let Evangelistic; service, 7 p. m.
him In reasonably good spirits. "I'm ,Christian Endeavor 15:45 p. m.
) scandals Jn ,all New Con- the Browns down with four hit 'day 7:15 p. m. Church school, 8 a. m.
fs: history. James got nothing all right. I think I'm all right. Leslie of which three were made by BelL \ OVER IN 1 I Evening worship, 8:::00 o'clock. Prayer and praise service.! Friday Sermons at 8 a. nu and 7 p. m.
pressed his hand and 'left him. { "The Challenge of
fcf It in a money way. In fact. She slipped Into the wings where The Washington;! Senators triumphed : I Sermon text: 7:30 p. m. Teachers meet Week-Day Services:
ie predicted. for a while he losty. the Christ"In ing. Mass Tuesday and Thursday -
over the Detroit Tigers, on
she could watch the audience watch "
) But before James got her beloved In his moment of 10 to 8. Linke and Pettit served SERVICE TEN SPORTS EVENTS i addition to the regular White anthem -, at 7 a. m.

dgb an erstwhile county attor- triumph -or failure. She clenched the Nats on the mound, with Hog- i by our choir, George ,I i I.atia MiuieaI Litany and Sermon on Wednesday -
'I"U" in the penitentiary and sev- Jr.. will sing.Wednesday. I Services Sundays Tuesdays andI
her hands and demanded rather ett and Sorrell in the Fame' capacity at 7:30 p. m.
eminent citizens were frozen than prayed. lp him God. He'shad for Detroit. ARTMAN OF KEY evening at 8:00 I Thursdays, conducted by Rev. Confessions: After the Wednesday -
j terror lest they be sent to keep GAME PLAYEDAT o'clock, midweek service. '
such an unhappy life. Ton The Brooklyn Dodgers licked Charles E. Lazo. evening service.
i company. And the big boys. MENTIONED IN LIST Sunday school, 9:30 a. nu
i know. the Pittsburgh Pirates 7 to 1, as BAYVIEW PARK LAST j WEST I
distrusted James. be-
they I She opened her: eyes choked back I the result of the excellent pitchingof FIRST PRESBYTERIAN SEVENTH DAT ADVENTIST
a sob. And could pot believe.whather Ray Et>nge. j CHURCH CHRISTIAN : ;. CHURCHColored
\nd then just a few weeks before
eyes showed her. It, couldn'tbe The Cincinnati Reds downed the i OF 8 TO'5 I! FLORIDA UNIVERSITYi I -_. ;
date for his second wedding
t C American set Legion held a na- .*. it just couldn't. It was. I New York Giants. Derringer did i i I J. C. Gekeler, Pastor j 327 Elizabeth I Street ( )

:nal convention in Kansas City There on the aisle In the fourth the hurling for the Reds with : --- I! Corner of White and Washington Sunday school 9:30 a. m. Southard Street Between Thomas

row In a beautiful glittering gown Gabler! Hubbell : Streets Sunday morning service at 11 and Emma Streets
and twirling for I' .
d James to his delight and sun : JOVE t .prrial. In Tbr < lll r )
(By )
of blue sequins sat Jane Northrup- the New Yorkers. 18.- I Sunday school meets at 10 a. o'clock. William Perkins, Pastor
f1l1 was Invited to make the open- The Cuban Club defeated the I GAINESVILLE May -
ig speech. The announcement Stimson. Where James could not The Boston Braves defeatedthe : of Florida I' m. A., C. Elgin, superintendent. ', Wednesday evening service at G. Williams, Missionary Leader
ail! to see her .. where she could Service ten at diamondball last ; Si itty-two University
dame on the heels of James' rather look smile St. Louis Cardinals by a score 1 'I The Adult Bibie Class is taught 18 o'clock.Reading. Sabbath School (Saturday), 10
up with ber superior night at Bayriew Park. athletes received recognition today the and is following the I in Society building -
ipectacular success in cleaning up of 7 to 1. Fred Frankhoase e.. who ty pastor] room o'clock.

ocai affairs In New Concord. with And its In hint ten of minutes a sneer.....five. min pitched for Boston scattered This defeat puts the Service ten i I( for their achievements ini International Uniform lessons. open Tuesdays and Fridays Church services, 11 o'clock in

The newspapers even the Kansas utes. James was due to walk out seven hits among the St. Louis in a tie with the Cuban Club for sports. Thirty-three varsity baseball The. class will study! the Bible from 3 to 5 o'clock. the morning.

City newspapers chose to reprint on that stage. club. : first place I and track men were awarded teaching concerning Baptism. Y. P. M. V. S. meeting 5:30

'tbi"*. One paper sent a reporter up A band began playing.There were The Chicago Cubs downed the! i varsity "F's", and 29 freshman I Morning worship at 11 o'clock. THE SALVATIOfc ARMY o'clock p. nu
New Concord to Interview James. / At the end of the fifth inning Sermon "An Infallable Wednedny *-
to shouts and cheers. Leslie did not Phillies with Larry French pitching -_ topic: ---- Prayer meeting every
batetall track athletes -
James had with Leslie to call the stood 4 to 0, White had and were I Test" !I Offi- night! at 7:30
gone bear them. She had to save James. I shutout balL The score : : score ''Captain Vernon W. Walker, p. m.

.- oa a number of his farmer clients. God had failed her, He had forgotten 5 to 0.The. ___ ._ .struck! out seven batters and was : voted numerals by the Student Evening worship at 8 o'clock. cer in Charge

The reporter.'not wHhlngtft"waste James. He allowed Jane; to 'come summaries: *-T ivastH gcing fine. Only three had reached t Athletic Council. r Sermon: "A New Creature." I 1002 Fleming Street I BETHEL: A. M. t:. CHURCH

his day. decided to Interview the. there 4. sit there and hadn't NATIONAL LEAGUE. firrt baae so far off his delivery i i Freshman bc-sebfUi men honor- Mid-week Bible Study. Wednesday Company meeting (SundaJ

old timers who remembered Governor struck her down. ... At Pittsburgh R. II E-i I i were: I at 7:30 p. m. Topic: "The :t school), 9:45 a. m. (Colored)

Stlmson. Leslie never remembered just Brooklyn! _.m..m.-_.__.. _. 7 14 Oi! and two were by walks. !Jed : Sermon on the Mount. i I Holiness meeting, ll a. m. Corner' Division and Thomas 51$.

There were not many old timers how she got around the stage and Pittsburgh _n__.________. _. 1 9 2 i However, he had a bad streakin J Charles Arnold, Groveland; I II Young People's Legion, 6:30 H. R. Hill pastor

left. One of them by the grace of out at a side doot. But a minute or Batteries: Benj. and Phelps' ; the si 4th frame and three hits, : Norman D. Artman, Key West: I FIRST METHODIST' CHURCH i!p. m. Sunday; schoot, 9:30 a. nu
Cod. sent hint to call on Miss Julia \\iiliam Clark, Quincy; E. P. Power -
two later she found herself on the Weaver. Birkofer. and Grace. : ---- I service 8 o'clock.
; J: two wild pitches and a couple of Evening Freaching, a. nu
Pratt. Miss.Julia gave him a won- floor of the hall clutching the | Umatilla; Kenneth Willis, Corner Simonton and Eaton Sts.!! I Ii I Junior A. C E. League meet

derful 'interview.' Later. she took shoulder of a boy scout usher. "Do !!I, errors gave the Duval street boys Punta .Gorda; George C. Fogle, i Ceo. E. Summers, B. D., Pastor i EPISCOPAL
At Cincinnati R. II. Ei, I I at m.
7 him out to see Miss Sarah and thereporter that lady in blue. in the three runs. i l Gainesville; J. J. Stevens, Bartow; Church Sunday school at' p.
the Mansion you see Newyork' _.........__.._..*. 28 1': I i opens : CHURCH. SOUTH Senior A. C. E. League meetsat
photographed "
A. G. Green
: fourth row! she asked breath- In the seventh inning a walk,] St. Petersburg; J.I! 10:00 a. m., under leadership of !;
photographed Miss Sarah and Aunt Cincinnati ....___m._.__...:._ I 611; ii ii i 11). Hicks Pierce R. H. 6:15: p. nu
iessl,. I ; Ivey, : Gerald Saunders, general super.j jmtendent. i i\LVADOR"\
'a v.ild and
pitch a single gave "EL Evening service nu
Lon. The result was a full page In "Yessum." i Batteries> Parmelee Gabler, II j I I Tavarea:;; Clifton Kerby Gaines-' Each department meet, p.
the Sunday Other papers Hubbell and Manenso; Derriiger : them another run and in the Jville'W. Corner Grinnell and Virginia Weekly Services
paper. "If yonll deliver a message, bring i(, I Z. McLeod, Green ville; in it, own assembly room. I
printed,bits of it. A syndicate used her to me quickly.just where I tell and Lombard < eighthand. ninth frames they I ill. 31. Rubin. Miami; George Ash- Morning\ worship at 10:45: i Streets Tuesday, 7:30 p. m.. Class.
of And it I (Servicesin Spanish) Friday, 7:30 p. nu, choir re
much of the best It. so Ill five dollars I I !
you give you scored two runs each. ; more, Tallahassee; J. R. Duggan, o'clock. I
happened that James had his first ten. Will ? Will you! It's a At Chicago R. IT. K- iI | I I Sunday school, 10 a In.I hearsal.
no yon In their half of the eighth inning -,. Wet Palm Beach; Eugene Hart- Epvfrorth League meeting at
taste of the potent wine of pub- matter of life and death almost Philadelphia!! ___,"'-__h_____ 072 the Service toys scored their ruart Gainesville; Edward Harri- 7:00 Miss Vanessa Collins :'I Preaching 8 p. m.
m. Monday
licity.TT I p. ; Mothers' Club meets NEWMAN M. E. CHURCH!
terribly Important. Chicago ___ 590 ,
last .
: Ben Porch Orlando
h"- ''' run.Leaders >>n, Quincy; ; r resident.! !'
r .
The boy scout. amazed ,and Batteries: Bivin. C. Davis! Jor- :: at bat were Jones, with Mack Nivens (Manager), Dune. ; Evening worship service at S':' 8 p. m.Bible service.
went perhaps a little to James'I faithfully to de- study and prayer (Colored)
pleased promised
I. and Wilson;,French and Hart- four safeties in five times up; din. o'clock. !
head., Leslie, radiant with pride liver the message. "You say to her t. I Wednesday, 8 p. nu A. .T, McCaskill, Pastor
B-szo. B. Powell with three safeties both
and joy made the most of It and Leslie went on. that Mr. X" (here : The pastor will bring I M. A. Moreno, Recording Steward

Insisted that be be proud of him Leslie*used the name of the very I each.; BASEBALL GAME morning and evening messages.! "LA TRINIDAD"I Mrs. M. A. MoYeno. Secretary'Sunday

self.. It was splendid preparation very august personage who was tc At St. Louis R. II. E.'! In the field. Douglas and Fricks : Mrs. Kenneth Davenport will I I Revs. L. Oser and Montero. school 9:30 a. m.

for the day when he was to make be the main speaker of the evening) Boston _____..__...........___ 711 l' played a good; game? for the service be the guest soloist at the evening! 1 Pastors Sunday service,, 11 a. nu

his momentoms speech and proveto "Mr. X begs Mrs. Northrn tlm80D St. Louis _.o____....__,..-__ 171 out fit< aiJt. ,EkiinaldoaM i HERE.TOMORROW service. ''I j i I>uval and Angela Streets Evening worship, 7 o'clock.

his house: wn that he. "poor to come back stage for a few moments Batteries: : Frankhouse! and; Martinez for't5n ; The y-onng"p.ople trill repeat;.i Sunday tchoo 3 p. nu. _

lame;" was f fter all worthy of their as he has something of the SpoECT\neus'r; Kaines, Halla-' ore b "trPilJM: : :; : ; their pageant. "The Light That j|I Service in Spanish Friday at PRESBYTERIAN

onfldeneetnd worthy of their votes. utmost Importance to say to her. han. 'Kteinke and Davis. i, CUC1il! : I -' (13 JOVE.' '; Did Not;Fail.* op Monday._..evening :,' 73t.m.( TRINITY
For Jai ls>iad made up his mind "Then bring her to that little : ;; : ( atl 8 o'clock Jn the church: '
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: '; ..There \ iJ.} be, a .game ci'sase1a1l : -! f i/l f ;
; .
in 1928. James ; '
to run Congress: cloak room the third door down Ser'i E l2Oe4Q. O 14 school l; building. FIRST BAPTIST
knew thaf had to make good In the stairs under the stage. Leslie AMERICAN LEAGUE.At I It'TiI"; : C ,a 1 =' tomo row afeinoon. at the.ZyqField f. Mid-week prayer. and praise! (Colored)
Washington i R, II. E. Picked 717 Street
Kansas CJty.'New Concord was non- described the location of the cloak <, gidae .' PIntt"1f between a r r Simonton
<$fr : service Wednesday I at800. Dnval and
Detroit ..,. '_V.. lu'b." p. Eaton Street, Between
.ou.L 8 1
committal. If be succeeded they It room explicitly. The boy fortunately '. ffcumnEtfr- .P..C" WhiteBrindel. /,t am and the Cuban_ The I Rev. Alfred DeBarritt, Pastor

were ready, to make much of him. I knew It. Washington ..-....._.-:__.10 171 f tf3.Btimif"M' Esqnifi'alrtb, Llliazo. : contest will start' at3. :joVlqck;,, 'm.* Choir'rehearsa) on Friday eve. :I James Simonton S. Day Streets, Pastor Morning service at 11 o'clock.
would be chorus Batteries: Rowe Hojrsett. Sor- The batteries will be .Salineroand "For in Spirit were we all
If be failed there a "Now Here's :your ten dollars. one
go. A. {ternandez. CGarcia; ning at 7:45 o'clock. Mr*. Joseph Bible School at 9:45 a. nu
of Mold-you-sos. HU1T1.lIu1T1." rell and Cochrane; Linke, Pettit i! Al. Rodrigvez for the Club, baptized into one body, whether
base Bazo Jones stolen Gerald Sannders. I-- o'clock.
to fcsts: ; Sawyer, organist; Morning worship at 11
Practically every*man attending ""Yessum. and Bolton.At : and Casa and Carbonell for the Jews or Greeks, whether bond or
bases Tykes B. Powell sacrifice director.PENTECOiAL. Union
: ? ; choir I The Baptist Training
would be the son or 1 Picked free."
that convention In the small littered cloak room team.
hit: P. \J3iite., M. Efqninaldo; o'clock.
of James decided Philadelphia R. !I. E-I meets at 7 service 8 o'clock.
grandson a pioneer. under the stairs lighted by one dim I Evening at
trnck by White 10. by MISSION 8
his sub St. ..... .... __ _.___ out Evening worship at
to make the pioneers dirty electric bulb. Leslie waited i, Louis -_ 040 3 GAMES TODAY "There is no way of escape from
balls off White
7 baTR on : ,
ject. and waited. She had time now to ,I Philadelphia _---._____..__ .8 15 3 ; ?" White I j the blaze of the lamp that burnsin
\rild pitches
Garcia : CLASS
off ; 909 Olivia Street MIXED BIBLE
If James idealized;: those earlier notice that the band was playing Batteries: Newsom, Walkup andHemsley i the heart-CONSCIENCE."

times be was not aware of It. James "Over There Over There" and thata ,f ; Marcnm\ and Foxx. j 5. Garcia 3; double play: O. Esquinaldo 1 AMERICAN LEAGUE Wm. Skondeen, Pastor i ; ; Other services as usual

believed with his whole heart and thousand masculine voices were i iI to"A. Hernandez; left on |I Cleveland at New York-IlardI Sunday morning worship, 11 Sam B. Pind-and W. P. Monti- -- -----

word his speech.It bases: Club 7, Service 14; earned,I Gomez. o'clock. : cino, Teachers
soul la every pf lifted Id lusty and hilarious song. I At New York R. II. E.: I

was not long; James was not Minutes. hours. eons went b,. Cleveland _._....-__.._ 263'New runs: Service 3. Club 3; time of I, Chicago at Borton-Tietje vs. Sunday school for all, 3:30 p. This class meets every 'f '

to be the principal speaker:Finallyhe There was the sound of'distant i York ..._____...__-_ 470'Batteries : game! : 1 :1S; umpires: Albury. Ma- i; Rhodes. m. morning at the Harris School

committed it to memory But clapping and cheers that shook the : Pearson, L. Brown chin and Gonzilez.: I, Detroit at Washington-Crow. Sunday night evangelistic servO ditoHum at 10 o'clock. Men and I
after he had It all b1 heart be suddenly rafters. And then a sudden clap of I I I der v=. Whitehille. ice 7:15 o'clock. women not connected with any
and Pytlak Allen and Dickey.
turned shy and could not thunderous silence. James was already ; : LEAGUESTANDINCSAMERICAN i, St. Louis at Philadelphia-Blae-. Tuesday, 7:15 p. nu, prayer and other Bible Class and regardless I

bear to let Leslie hear him speak on the stage. 1I 1---At Boston R. II. E. |I holder vs. Cain.NATIONAL. praise service.
t tI H.teI"
aloud. In the early mornings or I 7:15 fellowship sJaekmili4' 1Ae.1.1It
It (Coryr\g\t. 153$. Mated aa' : I Friday, p. m.,
B. For Chicago _______ l-_ 151
alone in the fields -- -
late afternoons I LEAGUE LEAGUE: meeting. THE SEMINOLE
or the Mansion grounds he repeated i Boston -------------------2: Club-> W. I... Pet I Philadelphia at Chicago--Wat Saturday. 2:30 p. m., boys' and "............. Fleri4a STORE0

his speech again and againToday's 'i'da't.nlJ t-"r'OY Scout docs his I Batteries: Jones and Sewell; W. Chicago _.n.... _..........15 7 .682 tew vs. Henshaw.. girls,church. CiA". B. GRIPER. .....*r
Ferrell and R. FerrelL
j Cleveland .,, ....13 8 .619 I Mango A home-like institution -o--
.w Brooklyn at Pittsburgh- human
.. .. .........
-- --- -- 1 1I Boston .::.-.-__. ...__________13 9 ..591Ne vs. Blanton. SAINT PAUL'S CHURCH where you..will. esl.aI.ea find r-* t* a _t.I .

>.........e.e.ee e.e..ee'I I U of Illniois, born at Danville, Va.. MRS. DAVENPORT York .. ...._.-._.14 10 ..383Wahungton New York at Cincinnati-Fitzdmmona I comfort tee of great Important Baseball Returns[

_...________12 12 .500 -
Birthdays j,,69 years ago., vs. Frey. Corner Dnval and Eaton Streets

:! --- I :Dt> !!;.,.. -________--- 13 .458 Eorton at St. Louis-Brandt vs. S.aday. I A .'.*! Ilr*'-*f h..1aIIt Isealed By:Yrlte0
................s..j j jJosephns fc Dr.,John G., Bowman.. rh neelf -! ML\ SING SOLO : t. LOui& .._u___..._._____ 5 15 .250 Walker Morning- Prayer, 6:45 a. m. I Im tk* beset-.f Ik city I II

Daniels o( Raleigh. X. 1 Philadelphia ______.___ 6 15 .286 I I --
: lor of the Univ. of Pittsburgh, I Mass (Communions), 7 a. m. Ktnr Room with T>' .htatl Tab
58 i i I Japan Ss noyr the third latest Church School 'and Shower Bath Radio, EJettrlc I COME IN AND GET THE
tern at Davenport Iowa, 'I Mass fer the
to Mexico born
at I IWashington. ;
Ambassador II Slat Door for Summer
: years ago, : Mrs. Kenneth Davenport will be NATIONAL LEAGUE I rubber manufacturing country in *:30 m. m. :Ceiling TeBtHmtlon 5.0.Comfortable Beds with j RESULTS OF THE

N C., ':s years ao.'ary ;I !: the guest soloist at the First Methi i I Club- W. L. Pct. '; the world following the United Mass of Thanksgiving 11 a. m. Hattre..s of Inaer Sprtesr C. i MAJOR BASEBALL.

II York ......___m15 7 .68% I trurtlon and ladlTlda Read
I odin Church! on Sunday evening. [ New i i States and Great Britain. Evensong .Prayer, Sermon i; I LEAGUES

!I Bertrand Russell English peer I'I'II (I Mrs.* Davenport will be well remembered -' Brooklyn ......_ ..._ 9 .654 Benediction.,8 p. nu trig Lamp RATES I

>! Boyle illicitly. of Boston,j II famed philosopher-wnter. born 63 ,, for her splendid singing -! Chicai _.__---...._.._14 8 .636 I Preservation of M ount Vernon Week Day. :' Single ---O-

humanitarian. born there, 62) years ago.Sir.Franeis(: I II Il in the oratorio, "The Holy I St. LoRis ._.':" __...;;_13 12 ..320Pittsb'Jtgb I home of Washington began in Morning Prayer 6:45 a. us. 7* --.. PrlT>t* B.lfcM CIGARS; CIGARETTES,

i l --' i[[City." :which was presented! in'f i _.___l3 15 .464 iSSOwbenthe estate came undVr Mass,7s.m. 4. R_MM... reseat.Private. BamR Balk -_ .3.55... I SOFT DRINKS,

years ago __ ;I I II J .,; Floud. British! nigh i F Bayviewt; Park on last Sunday af t-l Cineiniati __.. ..10 13 .435 I control, of patriotic women who Evening Prayer, 6:30 p, nu 94 R-.. release.elate.- aM 4.55 ETC.

i I Commissioner' for Canada, born j lernoon r under the direction of \ Bososv!j-, --o---. .... 7 14 .333 organized *the. _Mount VernonLadies'association. A second Mass'on'Wednesday*, I. Sample nnue.u Rnmae. Tivut roil RiCh Dotnusccvrxscr J

U. S. senatorJflarntlton; i Lew 1,160.'years ago. :- .f- t,I Edna Smith. '. _! Philadelphia t _.___- G 15 .286 i *.m, ,. : : .t >.sMGirr. > : 1T "b

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:-: SOCIETY : : ---.----...----.................................1 I PUT ON PAGEANTThe I{ UNITS' CHURCHGeorge

J. II. Crenshaw left yesterday Bernard !I (By JULIA SAWYER. 672 N. W.'
I '!...................S..S....555 5555555555.. .555 afternoon Waite, Jr., left yesterday 31st Fla.
for Islamorada after a afternoon to spend a few f Terrace. ,Miami, )

Carolyn And Harriet Jones stay of several eeks in Key West. days at Tavernier and other points' Young People of the First; I
on the keys.Attorney. Methodist Church will repeat by" Roosevelt, the great wonder man;' (By REV. DE BARRITT) Mills White, director of

Entertains Friends At Party Mrs. M. M. Ayers and three I popular request their pageant j,He came along and saved the land Sunday evening a beautiful'hymn the music department of the Key
children, who were visiting for Raymond Lord left : From strife war and rebellion. '
i "The Light That Did Not Fail" board made by the donor, West Administration, will sing
several weeks with Mrs. Ayers' yesterday afternoon for a brief I I Ion Monday evening at 8 o'clock.pagl'ant .,' With his "new deal" working, plan. will be dedicated to the late James
tomorrow the
: night during berv-
Carolyn and Harriet Jones delightfully .Orgueadeo Ramos Sylvia Baker, mother, Mrs. Samuel C. Gates and I business visit in Miami.

entertained a large num.'t Mary Louisa Porter, Belva, Lois I other relatives, left yesterday afternoon I II 'Mother's This Day and was was presented enthusiastically on L Our president, the best to be David Roberts, for so many years! ices of the CongregationalChurch.

ber of friends on Wednesday afternoon Jean for the home in Miami. I Mrs. Maxwell Lord left yester.:i so found a member and oficer of the Trinity ""."'
Marie John Busto that
: and Betty received it has been
at Bayview Park with va i day afternoon for Lebanaon, N.j Studies the needs of th. nation Presbyterian church ,I Air. WJiite's selection is to be

rious games and other forms ol;' Xussell, Fay Baker, Edna Mae' Mrs.! Vincent McDermott left j Y., and will accompany to Key
amusement participated in, to the i Hoff, Joyce Kru .ger Rose Maryi yesterday afternoon for Miami to' West Mr.\ Lord's mother, Mrs.\ S.I If on Mother's Day might have j With the greatest of patience. afternoons is proving a great .keeping with the pastor's subject,

delight all.Delicious Carnes, Betty Sawyer, Violet' Roberts spend! the week-end in Miami with ;: D. Campbell who comes! to an attraction to the young people and the : Challenge of the Christ"
opportunity to see and hear the
refreshments were! Billy Demerit:- ..Catherine her fister, Mrs.! J. J. Wentworth, 1 her home in Key West. I dramatization of this I f His efforts to furnish relfcf the-.number attending is increasing -f The choir will sing "Rejoice in
served, with favors also passed I I :Connor, Bobby '.Archet, Jimmy and return. Sund y. i -- I I Have been very wide in,scope, J\' ekl)'. The training and discipline the Lord" by Semper with Mrs.

around, and aU in attendance I Singleton, Patsy 'Alb ry,' Jessie I I Mrs.\ Rosalie Martinez who was story.Mrs.\ E. W. Etheredge takes (And has filled his peeple this means is of great E. Richard Evans organist ac

thoroughly enjoyed the festivitiesof i Michael\ Betty Pierce, Sonny: Captain R. S. Patton directorof spending about two weeks in Miami I I I part of the Mother Gerald the. With the.greatest of hope. .valoe.te the young. I companying. The Rev. E. Richard

the occasion. I Higgs, Marion Solaijry,''June DcI -, operations of the U. S. Coast with relatives and friends, returned -i "Tom"; Saunders .'J Croquet is played on the green Evans is pastor of the church.
that of
Those present were: I I Pius. Albert DePmsJ JeaniKirke,i and .Geo3etic Survey; arrived today this afternoon. .: the old beggar -1 1 Mty God"guide and protect- him .and baseball in the boy's park.

Joan Rae and Betty Lord," Copeland and Mary Ramsey, Joan and expects to remain in the and as! a young man: Master I Wherever he may happen to roam Two 'junior choirs are in for- Subscribe to The Citizen.

Betty Adams Rita Karl Evelyn i, and Wartha\ Watkins Nancy Lowe city: for about four weeks.! "1 I Miss Emily Cropland, teacher of I John little Luis boy Day Master that Robert of Tom Smith as a I With the best of wishes for the mation so that a taste of music is ---- -_ -, .. -

Brown, Skippy and Pat Russell,,' Carolyn, Harriet and Howard !' the advanced musical grades! at I I ; I Executive and those in his home. cultivated and encouraged.Last .
as Tom a little older Miss Ida
Rose Marie Sands Lillian Jane Jones Harry Baldwin first assistant i Key West High School left yesterday -I' ; Sunday the church school WATCH FOR
Kerr the sister
of Tom.
Ackerman, Jack and Bernard Mrs.\ Vernon Albury., Mrs. Ray I, keeper at Carysfort lighthouse;, afternoon for the week as I I.S5SSSSS5555 5555555555 showed a record attendance. I KAPPA PI'S
This is
Blaze, Ernestine Evans Paula Elwood, Mrs. Maria Higgs. Mrs. who is spending his quarterly end with relatives in Miami. I I I pageant presented un- The men's club have receivedand I II FOURTH OF JULYFESTIV
der the direction of the Misses HOWDY KEY WEST
Higgs, Ruth Ml Baker, Jayne M. Ruth Figaro, Mrs.\ Henry Russell vacation witjf his family, expectsto Louise !( accepted an invitation to meet
Ketchum and Vanessa
Thompson, Saralean Yradi, Marie Mrs. Raymond Lord Mrs.\ Allan leave tomorrow for his station.I I Mrs.\ Harry Beaver left yester- Collins with the Rev. Z. Flack on Wed-I ALSllrdMER

Enno, Geraldine Albury, ElizabethA. Cleare, Jr., Mrs. Harry Baker, '| day afternoon for Miami for a By RED KERCE I nesday May 22.

Gardner, Beverly and Betty, Mrs.\ James Singleton Mrs. Paul Captain Thomas James, U. S. N..I i. visit of several days with rela. S 55 S 5 5555 55 5 5 5 5 5 55 555 5.5Today's
Cruickshank Theora Lounders,Archer, Mrs. Ross Sawyer, Mrs. who came for a visit to his family) tives. 55 S 555 555 555 S 55 55 5 5 5 5 5 Thirty-four letters and documents

.Margarita Perez Gloria Roberts, Joe 'Wbtkins, Mrs. John Lowe and to attend the graduation exercises i The majority rules. Any man'sa penned by George Washington -

Loraine Goethe, Elizabeth Russell Mrs.\ Hilary Crusoe. I at the Convent of Mary ;I Mrs.\ Harry Foley Shine, who. solid fourth in his own home. during the Revolutionarywar

Josephine Hernandez, Adelfa i Dr. and Mrs. John Gekeler Mrs. I Immaculate Thursday evening at I with Mr. Shine and son.! arrived Anniversaries recently were bound and pre-

Andrade, Rae Demeritt, Margaret Alpheus Higgs Miss Carrie which his daughter Miss Josephine !;; for a short visit in Key West, left 55 55 5 5 55 5.5 S 5555555555 5 5 Yep Huey, Hoover began shar- sented to the Virginia state! SHOESJUST

Albury, Louise Albury, Zetta F. Pearce Miss Hilda Russell Mrs. was vcledictorian, left yesterday I I with her son yesterday; for the .. ing-the-wealth. but only the Republicans library by Daughters of the
Cabrera Gisilda Calleja, Helen John Busto, Mr. and Mrs. Elgin, afternoon for his station at Portsmouth ; home ",,jn, Jndianapolis, .Ind., Mr. 1759:- John, .Pinjtardy eminent i were beneficiaries. American Revolution. J UNPACKEDAnotht

Crusoe. Elvis and Marie M- Perez Mrs. Armando Perez, Mrs. Carloa ,. N5,H. v i it I' i j hineremaiBedt, to..leave on the t ew'Y uric City merchantand civic! .shipment of-beautiful and novel

'Eugenia Rivas. Jiovanna Roma- Calleja Mrs.: George w: ,('Sik'e* ; '. i----- .4 .,1.11 ', 9. batoday' for .a"'yisit :in Uavana.; t ro4; r.said ta-vs., rjg.inedIityfstiJ4 ?HOl*. FOOTWEAPvior Ladies .)UtItM.i:
'guera. Billy'! Freeman Albert Mrs. Joaquin Romaguera trs ,..Donald Curler,.former,Mchtectwith siybbj* i : i'7J44ZYO'i} )l' t'f' lll :*nd Chitlrci.' The first : UrJ
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"Parrai:'Bobby and Marina Sikes Glenn Albury, Mrs Yes )' Johnson the, Florida! &RA"n) ,,, Key1Wert I 1 t': 'itr.j.and.: Mr J. 'N:' Footer of !t !fP85(150 &, in lfnitl'J Sl les.fr1r, is accounts D.1RoNOVITZDEPARTMENT from the ,new the Linen fashion Sandal centers with are

Elena'' Diaz, Damarius Mack, Ra- Mrs. Parra: Miss Susie Gard- who this.week,,sevtrrd., his" :'! ItahwayIN..:J., ,who., were in Key seia c. SueM r; trimmings i infvcry:

mAna'Rodriguez, Elsie Solano. ner. Miss Hilda Demeritt Mis.Godfrey connection with the, stdministra-, Westfpjf A 'brief. visit? left yesterday : ; -. ( ,,;r .t'.8..goJ.John! tots." wanted color. New styleft&ever

Kathleen Parks Ofela Toledo, Thompsos. Miss JuanUa tion. left yesterday morning, over j!I I .afternoon\ for, their home,:after Wilson' Scottish essayist'ET' > r ; '1J1 it STORE I Mown before in this f iiy received

"tJlaCirrero: Consuelo! Cobo, Dongo. Miss Winona Louri( er \\h highway for New York in company i a view\ .of..Key' .West: ,and will known under'tlie pseudonym"ChJrVtopher" The wsy we see it: Allthe 1 proposed Key West's I IDepartat this week. .....
Barbara'>Warren, Ella Pintado Mrs. John Peterson, Dr. ..nd'Mia. with Harold Ballou who resigned -!Utop'at' coast.:cities on their leisurely N,rth;:* bVJrn. Died' alphabetical symbols the Republicans Only Complete' Phoenix and Kaysor Silk
Amelia Lopez, ,Martha Russell, Jones.! several weeks ago.ECONOMIC. ) trip'north.. April 3, 1854.1834Sheldon. I are fostering now will Store I Hosiery, Chiffon and Service -

spell! DEFEAT in 1936. Weights,
--- -- ----- --- --- --- 79c
Jackson Presbyterian 40 pieces of Flowered .. ..
.........S..S..S..S.S... in the Chiffon Voile, yd. .. 25c I
missionary Rocky (
I Every pair guaranteed)
Mrs. Berkowitz Hostess To The earth looks blue to the
Mountain region and Alaska, firstU.
I HIGHLIGHTS Martians, scientists think. Well to AH shades of new String GRADUATION GIFTS
S. educationin
general agent of
School Units Here Yesterday Alaska where he introduced the most of us it looks greenback red. Laces for Dresses: 59c I We now have a special stockof

per yard _._..... .. Graduation Gifts. Pajama
-- I public school system and pioneered
I Teddies
Slips Step-ins Dane
Boom Representatives and members ness, a social: hour was held at' Happenings That Affect the Dinner Pails, Dividend born at Minaville, N. Y. Died In creating the earth on the seventh 40 inch Wbshable} Triple Sheer, Sets large line of new Pocketbooks

of the Executive Board of which time Mrs. Berkowitz serveda Checks and Tax Bills of Every Individual; National I May\ 2, 1909. ing it day to the pieces Lord congress rested. In has tear already Flowered and Dots just the I .. Hosiery and many ollte.items. .-

the Key West Junior Senior High delicious refreshment course., material for a Dress on
and International Problems Inseparable 1852-Gertrude E. Kasebier of : been in session five months.! warm days AA .
School Parent-Teacher Association The P.-T. A. colors of blue and I Qf MONDAY SPECIALSNew

were delightfully entertained gold was carried out in the refreshments From Local WelfareIn New York City, pioneer of artistic I L "' per yard .. D UU i shipment 40 inch Triple

yesterday afternoon by Mrs. ML and decorations. ................................................. ( photography in the country born \ Boys' Wash Suits in sizes I Sheer Printed Silk, every
E. Berkowiti at her home on the'' Attending this meeting were in Des Moines, Iowa. Died Dct. 13, PALACEEVELYN piece guaranteed washable,
Marine Hospital reservation. the following: the words of Time. President regulate all transport, not just 1934. I LAYE from 2 to 6 years, 50c : light and dark colors; if you
I each ... ... ..
During ,the business session Mesdames\ Charles Ketchum,' Roosevelt, on his return from I I railroads bill to achieve this I I -in- *- .s.------- I intend making a trip this
the Bahamas "seemed to White 1868-Nicholas! II. last Czar of i summer buy several dresses
many important matters were Guilreymo Russell, Jeff Knight,' has passed the Senate, now pends EVENSONGComedy New assortment of Bathing
1918. of this material
Russia born. Died 16 { ,
tired July | f\f\\
House observers almost
taken up and discussed as this is Wm. P. Kemp, C. W. Gothic,' as! ,j in the House. He threw his weight I i and Short Reels Suits Slacks Shorts and special yard .. CI.1) .
these two Lovis harassed and supersensitive as Reach Wear at Popular -
the last meeting of Ley. Enrique Henriquez, '
that Mr.\ Roosevelt is 40 inch Chiffon Voile.
when he went away. Three mutually behind the Banking Bill. which saying run- MetUect 10-15ci Nichti 15-2Sc Prices. yd. ZSe
held this Ida Kennedy, Paul Herrick
to be during M. LI !
groups the show and must accept .
circumstanceshad would give the Federal govern- ning 40 i inch heavy quality Baron-
aggravating c
school year. I I| Russell, E.' J. Bayly, and H. S. helped to make him so. They. ment almost absolute control over the responsibility if the tent collapses All Silk Crepe Dresses, sizes! ette Satin, all colors, yd. S9c
all busi- Dexter.
After of
taking care were: 1. Congressional delay,;''all the nation's banks, as the !. from 12 to.ce,
--.. _.. .. .. --- caused by an unwieldy party ma-[utilities bill Would give it absolute As for the future of legislation each .....- ..*...... 3OtJ, Underwear, yard 25c
I I there is good chance that Congress PLAZASANDWICH Large assortment and of All color Printed Flaxon. .
jority, lax leadership and the control over all power and -l( plenty
P.-T. A To Defer ProgramFor .... .. .
sn. I customary rebelliousness of Congressmen light concerns: holding or operat- wil not be w eager to new styles : per yard .m" ISe

Hold MeetingKey TuesdayThere at Presidential mid-I ing. And in conclusion, he said. Presidential measures as it wasp/ SHOP EVERY ITEM IN THE STORE
SHOES-One lot of Ladies'
term. 2. Steadily bolder hammer I "Never since my inauguration in in the past. The Social Security 503 DUVAL STREET Sandals, all colors REDUCED FOR MONDAY

West Junior-Senior Parent- I will' be no Open Forumon ing at his legislative program by March, 1933, have I felt so un- Bill in the reasonable and moderate Where ', REAL MONEYA'RBECUE special!, pair; __ .... 75c

Teacher Association will hold its Tuesday night due to the fact critics. 3. Growing doubt as to j mistakably the atmosphere of re- form in which it passedthe Kg -THESTORE -
last meeting of the 1935 school whether the President himself i i covery." House, will .probably go Summer Shoes for Men Women

year next Tuesday afternoon at I. that on Monday a celebration of knew where it was leading." I| Response to the talk tended to through-many business leaders SAND- 5c and Children. Beautifulline FASHION

3:30 o'clock.At National Poetry Week will be In 'an attempt to make these|! be less favorable to the President endorse it. It is probable that WICHES. at _. _._ of Whites. Browns.
held and the I than it has been Most\ modified NRA will be continued, All kind of heels All City'* Leading- Ladies Star
this session the new officers on Thursday fourth circumstances a little less aggravating -I I in the past. HOME MADE SOUPS, Etc'l
with principal stress laid on 5c reduced prices. I. APPELROUTH
recently elected for the next Key West: Melody Hour will be President Roosevelt sat newspaper and business! men seem and at .__.__?...___'''_._ .
term will be installed. A report presented. down in a White House study, to favor the Transportation measure hours and wages! provision,

from the delegate to the National stared at a. microphone. and made most want a modified NRA that the Transportation Bill will LARGR PONY OF
I continued But the Banking and be passed. But most think tht DRAUGHT BEER tic -- --. --
Convention of Parent-Teacher Association his first "fireside chat" in many I u. :
Church Circle To the Banking and Utilities Blils
will be heard. months to the American people. Utilities Bills have no friends in I
will either be beaten or will be I OVERSIZE SURPRISE I:
Mrs. Jeanne Irvin. teacher of Conduct Meeting First part of the talk was con- industry or commerce. Further. tiCS
'I so rewritten as to make them SANDWICH at _.. ,
The it is believed that they have few 'u
home economics, will be in chargeof fined entirely to generalities.
the program for this meetingand The Daughters the King of President said that the public at real friends in Congress!, outside hardly recognizable to their original 01. GLASS OF SWEET fii..1t ,. I

has arranged a fashion revue St. Paul's Church will on Tuesday, large was feeling much more confident of left-wing groups-many Con- I sponsors.FOR MILK at ?_.--.,-..-..?.... 5c :
them simply
of the home economics pupils who that recovery was! on the gressmen will vote for, -
May 21, observe the fortieth
will exhibit their work of the past an- way-something that, in the view because they are Administra HIGH QUALITY Large Bag of Saratoga 5c

year. niversary of the organization. of most commentators, is highly I tion-backed will pay them public Potato Chips ._ ?..____. i
I A celebration ef the event will debatable. He then said that Congress tribute, and at the same time will Developing and Printing
{I hold severe private doubts as to A portion of Potato Chips
is making distinct -see-
Iflponlight DanceAtCiubTonight be held at the church at 6:30 in progress [ I fl-
their wisdom. served free o. all aaadwi Lea
-something that is i
the morning, with a program in Estevez Photo Studio
'I debatable. In brjcf,, the ,. )between the CURB SERVICEPEAkLMAISI'S
connection with the affair 'to l>e gaRy .. Bi-l
1 ,, put on at 4:30 in the afternoon Finally be.gotdown, to specific Administration. and, industry! Jsj; .f ,;,$06, Diival L ;
'ICa'a' !'Carnival Moonlight Dance at the home of Miss Lillie Wat-: items. :These ,,:,r'jl jn the., ,nature! : now widening.Dire t.criticism:of. ----j, ., ,

will 'bel' held ,tonight at the Ha-, lington on Duval street. : of an. answer to a,new.bulletinifte : U'' the fi"e.sidynt..,which. wa* almostentirely / Il < :

tiana-M drld 'Club.: Afl elaborate:I I 1. aticnal l,", AWociation.yfrf( ,Jacking: a. year .,ago. is -. -
program for. the evening "has been 5S..555.5S55555S5S5.... Manufacturers, which,' said, "J1at, .appearing now iiujnany' quarters.Businessspokesmen !. '
arranged. Today's Horoscope the* threat of, .New. Deal reform I I ; :..who formerIjr -! : .:HOLTSBERGSlReceived .: : Inc.QUALITY '
all the I II I made.polite ..objection to bill USEDCARS;
The management of the club measures was! that blocked r SHOP"
................. I t another'' shipment of I ,
plans to make this event one that S555555 early appearance of recovery.On I and names, are laying the, blame the FAMOUS WEAR.WELL. Ii SATURDAY IS SHOE DAY _

:will be long remembered by those The indications of this day are the NRA'. the President said I at the White House door are SHEETS made by Marshall AT THIS STORE

attending. Serpentines horns, for a peculiar: vocation, or strange; that he wirhed it continued. He I'!'I Field. 1'1 I If you' want Good-Looking, I IN TOWN"Our

hats, souvenirs and favors will be experience in environment with asked that the muchdebatedlutilities Here is what you get in i Snappy, Stylish. Quality Shoesat

given to the guests. some success. It carries industryand act be passed. said that Wear-Well Sheets-A heavier. II Low Prices!, buy your Shoes
Music for dancing will be fur- inventive faculty, coupled he considered it a positive recnv-j: JUST RECEIVED! stronger < sheet; A smoother here!

nished by the lIabana-Madrid with patience and thrift. There ery measure. He pleaded for paz.; finish: Double bleached 'whiteness On Sale-500 pairs of White
will be sage of measures whereby the! 20 DOZEN I ; Tape selvage edges; No I Pumps, Ties Oxfords. -
Club orchestra. more wealth than the native !:: customers tell ua we. -
starch ,
fillings Longer wear, :
will interstate Commerce Commission' ; Sports regular $2.95 and
really need for the -
of the gratification would be given the authority to: and there is actually 2% 12.50. at only, pair __ $1.98 I hare the beat USED CARS
simple tastes indicated
Poetry Week pounds more cotton in each
LADIES'DRESSES All Shoes reduced for
also good fortune by marriage dozen of Wear-Well Sheets. ether and in town. .
Saturday Monday.
Program Monday The extra cotton means extra .
j jI
Complete stock of Boys' and t
wear Made in the following :
Girls Shoes in the Sundial
On Monday evening sizes: 63x 0. 63x99, 72x90. -
Poetry Week will be ushered in, I jI 72x39. 81x90, 81x99, 81x105 All-Leather line at Popular : This policy pays. It brines t.<

and celebrated by the Poetic Circle Special Sailing and 90x108. We supplied a Prices. ,
of Key West with a program local hotel with 192 Sheets and II 200 pain Children's Straps and us more customers and keeps
I 264 sale ___ '
Pillow Cases of this famous Oxfords on at
j u their
by the city's best known poets. One of the largest and finest good will. See our
brand. $1.00$1.25. and $1.50 J .
Mrs.. Hildegard Ott Russell will,, KEY WEST'I selections! ever received at one I ---t .
Flaxons Prints SPECIAL PRICES FOR SALE ON DRESSESNew :: stock yourself.Mellzer -5 ,
time-Voiles. ,
talk I
give a short commemorative PROTECT YOUR.EYES. '
I Seersuckers Organdies Dimities MONDAY I shipment. Wash Dresses.

on famous American poets. I I And Your Eye., Will Protect Swisses, sixes 14 to 52, I See our window for Monday I at .u-...it h,_. .iM-....., $1.00 t
those who will
Among NEWYORK Y.. specially Ol f\f\ Sale-You'll ee beautifulnew 50 Silk, t Dresses ,at only .,?_.?_
their own compositions will be I : priced ..--_- ..._ ------ j>- SBETTER I Organdy Dresses, two- 'I ,....??-... ...... $1.98 and $%.45 .
Mr*. Hilda Roberts SaIls, George'F. S. S.. "Henry R. Mallory" Eyes require a v modest tone combination. solid New shipment of Silk Dresses .

Archer Mrs.\ Hildegard Ott1 I FRIDAY MAY 24 amount of attention. If you DRESSESFine colors Flaxons Etc. on including $5.00 Silk Seer- 14g1 Motor Co. t.

Russell and Margaret Zinaida von Due New York Tuesdays A. }{. give them the attention they I assortment of Voiles, I sale I Monday, $1.00 MietkLiuba.The Flaxons. Prints Seersuckers ; at u ._ All other Dresses! reduced for '.
lit ClassFare $45 need they will serve you long Organdies, Dimities, Swuves.REAL I Saturday and Monday I "'''. Caroline and New Streets .
public is invited to this, _.. and ,welL I New Hats made of Crepe and I .
event. There will be no a"mi8-1 I 3rd CU.3 COET VALUES ... SI.95 I Pique, n $1.98 ale all ON I
mon charge. The program will be' & StJ Protect your eyes and your new summer shades. on .fgain good Printed Batistes, PHONE 377
Fare _._ You'll buy at least half- :
a I sale _.. 15e I
Monday yard
presented at 8:30 p. 10at 708] Including Meals and Berth :r eyes health will and protect you vision and your and dozen of these Dresses when I for ...... $1.00 Printed per Percales- yd.-- --.-.-.-n 13c .1-
Eaton street. I II
your you see them. : M
Printed Voiles 3
your happiness. I COME EARLY FOR BEST I Batiste Summer. Pajamas 2. Printed 25e Flaxons. 3 yds. 59 I -. .
MONROE THEATERWarner RATES. $27.50 if 2 passengers Have your eyes examined to I SELECTIONS! piece, dainty colors. on Printed 39c Cordettes, yd. 2c -tt : ,
$5.00 sale
more if one I
morrow $1.00 Pure Silk Hose, sale.
Baxter-MTyrna LoyBROADWAY passenger I THEI -- for.-.....-,--....... SLOG39c ?..__.? 6t<< or 3 pain on$2.00 f .. -

---in- I I C."E. SMITH Ages Key West I DR. J. A. VALDES I STOREOFFAaOONCity's Chiffon Voiles our price I I Printed 40 inch Organdy. : 4ti .. .
l 39c value, at 2Sc
BILL Monday, m.po.h"h .
1 ICLYDE-MALLORY LINES :; Orthogen Soft-Lit Licensee Leading Ladies StoreI. 3 for .__.____.n..___ u. S1.00 I -JOE. t ;

Matinees, 1S-2OcI Balcony Night lOci 15-25 Orchestra ,1 532 Dnval. Street '3 I 'APPELROUTH 1., ; .- } .

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