The Key West citizen
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048666/00019
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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 20, 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
lccn - sn 83016244
System ID: UF00048666:00019
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I [For Best.. :Interests kD t ;Key West r QtJ[: e.' it. : W czt t CttBeti( _most range country Key_West equable of;_only,with' Florida_weather 14' *an Fahrenheit_, average has In_the the


to Urge Throng Greets Arrival r SECOND STAMP, Miguel. l Soto, Youth, Killed Aggressive Intentions Of Neighbors I

I (( Of 'Skyratl1rHeretY! : StehlQ{."*lOR.EXHIBmtN: When Struck By Automobile : Basis *0f /Soviet MiKtiry i Machine

I lJR -- -........... .I _
Miguel: Angel Soto, 13 that a considerable quantity of It

Committee Of Representative .MANYiVIS: fART l.ARRANGEMENTS FOR EVENT, 'years old. died in the Marine blood due to had the been carotid lost artery. by the on boy the)I' United StatIdOfrEurope; {; ; J JIn 1 One: Million Men Stand

Citizens Meet Visitors ', GALtERY SUNDAY ,Yfi BE CONDUCTED DURING: hospital Saturday night from :right side being severed. 't Ready To Battle But

injuries received when the i Everything possible was done' Payme&f) Its War{Veterans
Landing At. for the lad and a blood transfusion Government Persists In
bicycle which he, was riding I: was to be made but the loss:
CELEBRATION HELD IN CONNECTION and an automobile, driven ,of blood was too great, the shock i ii ; Peace Talk

Airport WITH HANGINGOF by Rene Diaz, collided at the I i too severe for the youngster to Great Britain Pays Bonus' OFELIA FARNET I
.. 1 i withstand and within a few minutes
PICTURES VON corner of Angela and Duval he died. I 'I
To Service Men Com By JOHN LLOYBy
A throng umbering more than Funeral services are to be held!, SENTENCED TO
Asae laf.
4 Press
I )
President Philatelic and Numimatie streets, 7:15 o'clock. I
.. this afternoon & o'clock from the. I MOSCQw ....
1,000 persons, ..<] several hu Society of Key parable In Size To May 20-A. y
I The lad, it woo said, was, ridingen Lopez Funeral Chapel. Rev.Vil-]! !
tired cars were at the' Pan Key Westers yesterday afternoon Wett Florida Duval street going on a mission -, ham J. Reagan of St. Mary's Star] PRISON TERM I of 1,000.000 men staad ready to

American Uncling field and .. th.' went in large numbers to During a series of recent conferences to a laundry on Angela street I of the Sea Church will officiate., America I i I battle for the Soviet Union. hat

to'' the Kyy West: Art Gallery wherea 1 and the automobile driven by,i Survivors are the mother, )Irs.I .

boulevard yesterday morning- I reception was given celebratingthe preliminary plans have : Diaz was turning from Duval into I Guilreymo Soto, of Miami, who arrived ; GIVEN TWO YEARS AT RAI-:: the coveramemt a,k. peace.Leaders .

of the for the International Angela when the accident oc I by train today; two sisters,"! By ALEXANDER R. GEORGE ; the be in-
greet th. arrival sky-train changing of a new set of pictures been perfected j I l FORD; GRAHAM CASE WAS say army ca.
curred. 1 Misses Juanita and Adelaide Soto,! f BT "___.t.. frtt
from Havana.DBO in the ..alle17.AD ..Stamps-Coin. .Key West ,Immediately-afterthe*CO" ':: and 'fcire brother1 TVrtliam OOto.!, WASHINGTON May ,CONTINUED UNTIL LATER ; created "tern tie, over," yet they

to arrive abovt 10 o'clock I estimate of'm e' thai 300. jKaveltjniiixpasUi.t<'-be' "held I IheJ injared' httatother; )&8.,Vicqnr.U'lfefrVra .'GYe. B'h.IIII""n' # h "'ZO'-I DATE" S I seek a ec.rity pact.
was plac d,.A tbeinuma'ser'.attending the'tinton' **. vf 416'Sbuthard street.
.th 'rourd'llacedhi
a the'flyer. ) did not reach Key Wetttil the''-rece-ytion.ot""hicJtr. started I'herfe'froai'Detinbr'bct. S *-'''bile'of MarooiMesa'and'rushtd'.to'I 1: Withl'\fllola\\h ftlrdten 1hde tileil"home. 'Ph..k.U."M.hoed'.'1. -- "j f They label! their lighting& forcea

.. about 40 a inn tec later when,I formally: at''o'clock:' :: 'and
UBliI.-.P; M.
with a roar of whirring propellers sponsored'byJLh : ..eiiH"Pa.MowhI.. 5. side. so-sb J i eary by ggresive intentions of
U f
colors ) -will ;
Oil baiatings.water '" The event K Jbrer at'hard labor irt t te'prison1

the StiasoBv plane with Pi'ot ctchiitgtamii! : ttrti&ztle J 'phot. : aphs Philateliet aOd'Nilln ::1UN UJRI.'mWlImEftIiit tiiOOEs,. ", \.fttit. _..,.!lt..t. rJ ... .... J:,,I neighbors.**' This ia their argument 1'
'' al'Raiford at avstaort session :
t 'inchided-in ths showing-.fl .
were '.
Charles Clement and Metro.o".1 Wett/- lmau.-.1' vKW1htftedt6tsteib' 'ta'' service.. !
of :
work in the gallery.From ciety Key
new 'I i ime. of criminal court this morn.
New Reel Camcrman time to time, 'it is planned. other the first STILLANCIENTCUSTOMvflODCPODGE: ; .. The British !beaus, hew- i
During The U.- S. S. R. LJ engaged In a
work will supplement that being ing.
came flashing out of the wet and and coin exhibition, last March, a _"_'' I ever, heavily favored officer ia .r '
I displayed now.The I i great program of internal recon
came to a perfect landing.A reception gave Key West I, total of forty-seven frames were (By Mary Elisabeth Pltiramer) I I the husband to carry his bride the military .establishment. I Farnet was charged with assault .

ers an opportunty; to meet Ste".1' : shown.. Forty of those frames displayed HT "._'a'." Pr.es5 I over the thre&hoM of their newhome. .and battery and pleaded Etruction and wanU to be left
few minutes later ,the Alexander I director of the, NEW, YORK, May 20.-With j Upon demobilization all temporary ,
and Leonard new stamps, while seven contained alone to
Eaglerock tow plane pilotedby !, gallery who came here 10 days I excellent: local coin collec- i June "the month of brides" Instead of strewing; the bride'r': ,officers in the British service -I! guilty to the charge. When arraigned -I complete the task.

I! ago from Washington. He contemplates display I around the corner, the que"tionj were given gratuities bared for sentence Judge J. The *Genaam Threat
tions. .\ considerably larger
Elwood Klein landed on the activitiesin l path with flowers some countries ;
: a variety of arises, where did all the bridal on ank.: and 'length of service to : I It has no need for war, no desire
the gallery hoping to estalish.! is anticipated for the com strew it with emblems of thebridegroonms Vining Harris advised the prisoner -
field and to inline I If aid them in adjustment to civil for
jockeyed up a spot customs begin? war, but Ito neighbors in
it the cultural center of the ing event inasmuch as fifty-two j
: callint.-A
: ; carpen : that he waa not being sentenced -
f can't the bride lemon !I life.For exsmple. an infantry both Asia and Europe are heavily
Mr. Klein Why wear
with the Stinson. city.Mrs. ,, frames have been pledged already. i ii ter's bride walks on shavings abtitcher's but
headed lieutenant with two and onehalfyears' on the present charge.
William R. Porter i International Exposition in blossoms? Why not throw an old : ,armed.
said that they had left Camp of local women who I : bride on sheepskin anda service received'about' committed in 1932. :
a group I ': rtocking after a newly married for a felony German rearmament U a direct
December is designed for two
hote and assistedin purposes blacksmith" bride o'n scrape of
Columbia outside of Havana at 9I served as refreshments ses which]i : first to be an outtanding pair instead of en old shoe? Why'not $960. 1 I In that )'ear Farnet was tried : threat, made more significant by
I I serving : old iron. '
'dock and landed in Key West at were offered during the evening.!''cxhbiition of stamps, coins and have wedding .pie ins-lead of' luck token : To privates and noncommhcioned on a charge of assault and bat Hitler's refusal to enter the proposed

A musical program was given; local novelties; second to serve cake? ]fI Old shoes' : are a good. officers', Great Britain tery with intent to commit a fel eastern security pact, and
10:40.: ;I of those .t. as an attraction for possible visitors 't traceable) to an old Jewish law : paid a rpecial bonus, based also
for the entertainment Moat of our bridal traditions ony. to wit, murder. The judge Poland appear to favor the Germans. -
at the very beginning of the : which made the shce, the symbol J
tending the affair. It I Ion rank end length of service and .
In the meantime all eyes were I from other countries and: bncpcnded sentence with the understanding .
IItrintrio selections and vocal: tourist sealon.Confronted. I came .exchange; and the or.n eb'os-' whiih inamounts from (
turned toward the west, watchingfor Mills White.' with the alternative .iliad, their origin centuries ago; ; I ranged that the prisoner gel! Japan" ha* never accepted Rust

the gliders. It was several numberX director of. George the music! rectum of,: of havipz the 'exhibition pi'ther -'.I and, although' ; the're a ho'Ige- som custom goes back to' the early: "d approximately lition_ $24 to'of..10.4000.000 In', out of town and &tay"away.ife t sia's uggeftioo for a Far Eastern
iaracens.iLike < upward*
minute before the Bpeck\ against the Key West Administration, offered :'' during the full rwing of the IHxlge, most of"them have definite' "Tommies', were given fourweek's" I remained..._a/ for a while, non-aggression pact; thus, though

and discerned vocal selections. The' trio tourist season, or as an overtureto .. _Rice i orange. ...flowers: .represent -, ,butmediately retvrned yu d#"relauons"'la"' '""-Atl have" Improvedthere
the clouds sky were --'"*--"*- '- farlougb "full-pay: and] *
!.. ar -1 p 'incWded/Mijs Alee' TJtfrry? Mfcs;, winter-tr.1fI;i we those "for I fruitfulness in marriage. The proceeded to get into

describing circles. theyDwlydeacended Norma r Yates!!, ,and Miss Helen i "
and at.last came to the Csviness. I I date. a wish' that the newly the trees bear flowers and charged. a sentence of :-ix months. of peace.It .
earth like two gigantic feathers I I Negotiations are under way niarried pair will have children. I No Official Records! Completing this sentence several is I necessary, under these circumstances -

tying down. with the aim of bringing to Key The fiis-t nuptial ricethrowerswere fruit at the Fame time. In other European cot ago to have a
The first glider to land was that LONG LOST BUOY 1 I West.; ,in larg! groups dub' and Persians; but other ancient Ancient Roman baked the first the buck privatea" received [ from jail and on Sunday, the next I. force capable of guarding simultaneously -

piloted by E. Paul DuPont and a societies of Floridian cities andelswhere. j countries: threw cereals on their wedding cakes, but they.were poor upon discharges amount1!r day he committed an assault with two widely separated and

few minutes later the other with BACK IN POSITIONBROKE the members of whichare brides for the tame reason. fare being made only of salt unaHer than the $60 given United I Ii I intent to rob. lie was recaptured I extensive frontiers.
I I .
Jack O'Meara at the stick came interested in stamps covers A Nice Variant j water and flour.PINEAPPLES. i States :veterans when they were 1 1mustered with the result that he will do 24 War, starting either in Europeor

gracefully down a few feet dis. -- and coins from the various important -I A I'leasant variation of the 1 1f -,- '--- out of use A mce.I I months at hard labor. or Asia& would quickly spread to

tant. The gliders were cut away I I standpoint: recreation rice-tinowiny custom, once prac-! While the veterans' administrationkeeps I: Other cases on plea' of guilty I the other part of the world bolfchevik -

from the tow plane when about LOOSE FROM MOOR. education investment.' I heed in tome countries was to' ARESHIPPED' no official records of bonus i i di3ro"e I of this morning were leaden say. They think

three miles from the field and at INGS IN CUBAN WATERS It is also the purpose of this I empty a plate of shortbread on unofficial figure believed to: Viola Knowles. colored maliciously that the greater danger lies at
an altitude 5,000 feet. Key Went Exposition to show the bride. SUNDAY have. been obtained from authentic -:: : destroying property. Sentenced present in Europe. .
Immediately after landing the TWO YEARS AGO )home-made curio' novelties do not intend.| Wedding breakfast began with'I'on sources are kept for r el'ence.:,i to 21 days dating! from I Ha. Large Air Corp.
arrivals were greeted by a com local products. We I cnvarri It VHM nart nf thpir: I When the war was over France the date of arrest Releared.C. : I ofthe
-' Michael Kalinin president
:-- I develop into, i iK J i
-- bonus
mittee composed of Mayor W. II.: to have' this display marriage rite f ;the bride and granted a of aproximatcly!! G. Webster- petty l lalT ny.rentrnred All Union Central Executive

Malone, Chairman Carl Bervaldiof HAVANA May 20. (AP- World's Fair but we do intendto bridegroom to eat together. LARGEST NUMBER OF CARS $50/ ,to each veteran, dUbandjng : to 30 data from date II Committee, said in a speech to
rood receive-f .
West as : a I
for Key a :
the l5sioflers the Carib-. make best and: German rerrire men of arrest, Released.'
county coD1ln After drifting about I. The bridegroom' man THIS SEASON S&NT : cavalry officer recently: "War
This! we
than $12
Commissioners Win. R. Porter bean Sea for nearly two years a., show u'ean be put with on. the ushers are survivals of primitive! '! !! i gratuity of a little more below ; Wiflitm P. Roberts, petty lar :I break out unexpectedly. Oar
will mel ap- commissioned may
and Sheriff batfc in Cuba, presume min's *'marria OUT and Italian veterans ceny. ntence' -pP1Jd-d. 1 t "
Norberg Thompson $6.500 bell buoy h of every citizen.: e by capture. officer rank got $15 :, army should .lw y< be "adrI '
K. O. Thoni4>son, Lieutenant W.'! none the worse for its vojage. i t pmvsl of thisnovelty ,,when he strode to his bride's tent clothes. ; Frankie Finning breaking and Announcing last January that

B. Jackson U. S. N., Lieutenant'R. '' The buoy, an electricallycontrolled -' One of the purposes in combination and dragged her by the hair to and a suit of civilian' veteran: paid-!i entering; renttnce, &0 days from'I I i! the army had been increased to almost .
exposition!! Hi
II. Krueger. U. S. N.. Superin-' affair, was pulled loose and coins, will be totimul.t 1 i his own dwelling-with the aid of' The largest shipment of pine Ibl ly also gave in smallppmuats.tfojrtiirivateq ;I date of arrest. !'I 1,000.000 men, Michael Tuchachevsky <
with tamps.
tendent W. W. Demeritt, lighthouse } from it.. moorings off Canta Cruz if so' po. iblo.- sales nf i" fow nmssctiIingfljendi.! ) apples sent! out during the pre.., up. insurance!! who weceWaniounL'I.reegipgt'itOm There wer a nun>b'r of eases ,' assistant commu>::ar

department; E. A. S trunk.M. del Sur, in Camaguey province bytiativti artista.a3'f hate" <" ..,The. ,use pt.iu Cffl prjajul: a red eat'season'4eft"lCeWert: yesterdajr $.26for;;r!"continued. : including "that ofteorge lof| defenre. challenged: "War. >I'I

E. Gilfond, FERA administrator I by a midsummer, }hurricane. ., .is".!,.prodiirts! jewe'eryy. I""ptriu.ru" tend arpct 1,at: .,J f1eehprch0aM.the'srewingpf1 : iotnmgl' oniteJ"if 60 > f>*i< werfe-Jn, .active. but?: : B. Graham, whose _(rial'rast'ifleE"on'a ; being prepared against us, but let
s prfcate p '
"hn t'rns.1n't8'
; J. Gerry Curtis assistantl, 1933. ?., n I : ttoveltkw. 'ewlne 'jo,Jnetp, te) brAipethwithflnwer : 'ears'Itt frihtin: cra" :"a .i'bt,* -psrtic,1scbi..bcatC'lOU. srVtc1).:t ( ,*' I our enemies test our strength*"

FERA administrator and. Commander It was, Ricled uP.fi,the Jcq.t; ;,,,"Vljell1 ioc.o>m T roducfar and,''ady' "-otherpoverties j .. ;f'? J.;. I.aneien'! soil The fnntiwasre., *ivevi'' in 21 'to, $303'ters fdd5o.nsRii'wi.O4' : pCfj.,''/: allow: th.lsnt Tnh'property poa'rd.,\'reulted to ) Russia& cites as proof of Tvr

II. P. DaDfort U.,S., N.I of British Hoo3uras, recently and:' falhng. reaeonably witHia I peN.i\tv! \ .th.t1.,4egeve, bf'Foet thct'eara-Ah the Ferry1'Phfauf Saturdayercnm < :'' who ,Qu.\erecLRreat\ ;, .slstie.'r.ray. tree on" peaceful intentions the fact that

communication: reserves. iShortly brought backtoCuba..i, t r"I;tTic<-'oj* 'af '1he".pe tieft. orf i ibride; ,, am ..that bcnuMKti! tw prolectcj -" ., '.Ttoer"w@re! 2l "Vari': 'with' ..., .iU.03.. Pri.ate..Ge\.t.1' 'td1epteictingitouIftettjonws'I I in mi a <"VH*trr'iWl yaJ( T'TJ"W-t Pt rV,"r the!! early in the long eerie of dt.

I after arriving: thnecCa., .i' II 'II I hU' The frfe Itt'rftthM ter3 arouUd ,overhead'aviunde' | f"t. ." ;, 12,373 .tor.l". ''wMrtl wer1 Iriiis: .. :([*iurrA A __ till ffl IlillJtlICORONER'S I'armament negotiation she pro-

Pry Customs regulations, were DELEGATES GO ..' 'I'II I ire "Ye t'dffel"'the'finetfishing- ... I ,W.1' cI..9t.1..... .-t ; erred to 47 rctit'n/tf' }at ':'bts. The'.i I relief. fomrfi3 ab1ed.nltel1&n".r."he. I potted total abolition of all milj.i -

complied with completing, the .return groanch\' t'U.t!''tfnite at 3' will :,. It Tf'.s fc1 JI th.bride"WtJUld,, otht't"'tllreel''C' !'" MttinCJ. i pine.._ world war centparativestatistics JURY i!i tary forces.

.and entry into the United i not be'overlooked1. '. >t< I b@ unlucky if her foot touched! apples in bulk whieK wer? .hppcdto Show that the United States has,' I> Lately she has been urging the

States from a foreign country and I I TO CONVENTION: We are glad to announce that I the' ground. Hence the custom for Canada in bond. ;I; been in general considerably HANDLING CASEI necesrity! of a security pact which

at 12:45 o'clock the flyers left on. our efforts are being endorsed by -- -- I more liberal than European,roantries. -I :; would bring a coalition of otherI

'the last leg of the round trip; t men of vision who have fully I Canada. however., tits ,been I I I powers automatically into action

flight: via Key West from Miami, K.y Wet. will be well represented grasped the importance of such an, 'Enemy's Kiss' Starts Today : generous in the treatment of her ;, against any country guilty of agigression. -

to Havana. I I. at the Great Council. Im11ro'ed [international event for Key WesU I I ; war-maimed and in rome pension! i I I PERTAINS TO BOY KILLED i _

The flight, it was said by one Order of led Men beins': and its possible beneficial influence -' classifications has made larger al-j; WHEN AN | The soviet defense system in-
of the flyers, was made in commemoration held in Palatka tt is week with : upon' the tourist trade.It I New Serial By Evelyn Winch lo-ance than this country. j. I I i eludes an air corps generally ratedas
of the flight of AVig-\ to havea the in the
six represents Ties present. j i U the present plfji The United States private 1\110' AUTOMOBILE I one of strongest
1913 from Key West in a Curtis I Carl Rervaldi i and Paul Archer not connected with the exposition i Evelyn: M. Winch. whore:: "En- that the house has a dread and ed..'receive compensation S 1'-'. i| being built up through popaUrI .

biplane. Mr. Parla made the flight left yerterday afternoon for during the tour days of the event,:I en my** Ki"." is The Citizen's new mysterious tenant, and she 200 a year as compared with $900 i, ,M.p-'era- of a coroner's jury I i ization of flying a* a civilian

with the tJcytrain, from Miami last, PrJatka as delegates from Tilter as an added attraction for visitors. serial starting todcy, belongs to anew flees in terror the; encounters another for the Canadian, $i20 for t"J assembled! to investigate the, sport.

week and was a passenger on the Tail Tribe 19. and will join C. C. <:' Plans are carefully laid from the r( /group of young; English! worn-, stranger-a providential British $%86 for the French. $214 death of Miguel Angel Soto, who i; Millions of young men and \ o

.Sti lIOn plane with Pilot Charles, Symonette. great sachem end psychological angle to enhance I I en writers whose work is attracting : his for the Italian and $125:; for tJ.c1 was fatally injured' in an automobile i i men are receiving sen -nulitaJ'Y

Clements. j I Frank O. Roberts, great sannap. )I I Key West at the outset of the I interest. i f meeting it appears, although German veteran. ', and bicycle collision i Sat :[, training which includes parachute
left Tuesday; winter resort. t I he has wriUen. several novels presence there seems! as inexplicable rifle and
Mr.' Symonette reason as a Widows' Peatioa |urdayynizht, !: at the..corner el Angela -,jumping! 'practice study
DENTAL J I over the higbway' accompanied: by I I Ir I A 3 -page,folder will be ready i and is a regular contributor to ai her own. From that,' In cases of temporary total dh jAbility. j and Duval; street- j l>//of airplane motors.IpEtaERrTTGOES.

SOCIETY r' ){rf'o. Symonette and Mr. Roberts, l in':several weeks and will be sent women's magazines: in England, point on the story moves swiftly'and Canada grant*"th. Urj-j,.- Member of the- Jury ,.rcFfanklyn ,
th '5efne 'out; invitation to seriously Canada and the United StateL with unflagging: interest to ,
'to'visits cities enronte to I r asan I est yearly allowances tft- 1retenina|t Arenbergr Leroy Torres. -
1 Cornell. interested of people whose "Enemy's Kiss shows her ability ,: a startling conclusion. I 1I ; Can.adin ..
TO HOLD MEETING 1! the great .,, groups ; ; with wi. *-and children. the W. F fplea. ViArWafteqPant (
and knows how to Miss Winch's life' has in some ,
,hobbies center around stamps .as a writer -vho ;1 I I compen1&tion'for a private] /B/V i F4jojCafIThe

-T -- t. .rt{''$TR. i i I Ic tns... ;? I combine mystery and romance in- ;i(respects been as exciting: s. herstories. ,with wife. 'and one child being"$1>|. investigation Boy- / > M being, condncte2U !i i OUT FOR TRIP
CUBA HAS i i"Enemy's She has considerable -' '
,Support.JM come from various to a completely absorbing story spent 380 compared;;; with $1.140in' tMcountry 'tLdfftuIo t ItcdeI.
The East Coat. > Society ;.parties,outride[of Key West-a Kiss" opens in an old ,. time in Paris Vienna and' 1 The British allowance in d.t';+UI"j justice"and -*bv1 1Iner I -

of the Florida S.tiental\ -A-4) i 102 PASSENGERS! support .wijich,will be keenly felt' Scrsex: house to which pretty Alison Naples. She was two years in :' is*$747. the French,1 r ffieio. who is conducting' I
zuch u.
a case
elation W Dc-
will hold their monthly has, traveled Superintendent William
shortly prior to and during the Rede has been summoned by ; the Sudan and extensively %25. witnest'etL.' j
\ and the Italian $ I| the examination of I II
meeting in Key West on June land All these factors will what purported to be a message ; living often in some ofAfrica.s meritt of the Seventh Lighthouse
-- :exposition '' Canada also leads in pension!! to I Those summoned to testify arej;
I I : the
2. t ,
fathe After Alison has most!! obscure outpostsj'later District sailed this morning on
Cuba sailed Saturday -I be coordinated to produce a successful from,her killed.t .I II in'
Steamship who were Dr. E. H. Cannes surgeon
widows of
Members of the local are | the house!, transmitting her experiencesto. men Tender Ivy, flagship of the fleet
group afternoon from Key West for I exposition. contrived a way to enter j! I t during the world war or who died I i,charge at the Marine hospitaL
now making: preparations to en- and in utter:, for regular inspection.
i vacant
Havana with 92 first class passen. \,apparently paper. ': of disabilities arising out -of the:(and Doctors P. D. Hoi Way and i iI
the visiting dentirts about LITTER OF at PIGS 4 darkness. she finds that Robert The young author lives by and'for in- The trip will carry the superintendent
three automobiles ; of the
second class, children Franc Steward. same
50 in number. Among the various gem 10 i : Rede has failed to keep, his appointment -. her work and when asked war. A widow' without I to Miami where recentlyedbrshed
two ton of freight and in Canada= : rii1u ion Oswaldo Viero. AmparaCortexar.
forms of entertainment will to make receive: $720 year I ; will
then begins to whether she planned aids to navigation
FUw--A on,. and
CRESTVIEW sow! Barcelo Marco
mail.Ferry I[ Awidow Enrique ,
of United States.
be a banquet and fishing trip. I I,518 tacks been lured r writing her permanent career, she and $360 in the I Aids on Florida
has :
this she
I Palma arrived with 24 the farm of J. A. Jordan of anspcet that : of in Mesa. Frank Balbontia.. Alberto be inspected.
trader 40 age !
Meetings; of the society will be;I i I dismal old place for some I,replied: yean I will also be visited before
the I Reef
what regard as to and OetavioLecedonia.
set Nebo
12,373 city, many while Tgnio
held in the Hotel Colonial which,,,: carloads of pineappes. record when she.I, purpose! she dares not imagine. I I 1 "Yes. I shall die with a pen in i Great Britain receive $266 Lopex the return to Key West.
of fruit in'something jt .
will be made headquarters during I.crates and three can that she discovers band." I tone' over 40 eeta.U96. I
I birth to a litter of 27 pigs. I It. is then my
the sessions. 1 bulk. gave
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:\IOSDAYIAY\ 20, 1935.

:<< iBtit cmjenPufellehed A MODEST SENATOR ( o oral, born at Beech- Croce Tenn.
tp t : I ;
Dally accept 8n
ma crrizKM' rcauf HUO co. we.U Senator Ashurst of Arizona is not onlyan I DAYSGONE BY ........................ t -

AHTMAl*. rreeMeBt. able statesman, but one with a keen .. 'i. U. S. Senator Augustine Et. R... Ernest M. Stires P. E.
From The. CUU.n balldln sense of humor, who does not take himselftoo Happening* Hare Jest 1O Year Temperature port, Me., 29.70 i inches, and An Kan of Connecticut) Loner-I,! bishop of Long Island, N. Y., born
Corner Qre n and Ann Sut&ly -"l Ago Today A* Taken From Highest ..............................___88 I zona. Phoenix, 29.80 inches; while' Thompson! Conn., 61 years ago : at Norfolk, Va., 59 years ago.

Dally Nwapap In Key Weak and IConroa seriously. Some extracts from utterances The File. Of The Citizen 1 Lowen .......... ............. ..........-..80 pleasure' is high ftom the north
County. '. of his will illustrate: Mean ....h.............................._84 Pacific States But-
"Some time I made the astonishing received today from:Normal) Mean ..... ..-........... -.....80Rainfall II eastward! : over the'1 Marion Elliott, N. C.,l' Dr. James R. Judd of Honolulu,
Catered at Key Weal. Florida u second elaai matter ago Telegrams I Lake region, Helena, Alont. 30.36 onetime U. S. Senator, author of J I surgeon and executive, born the"e.
Firrr-sixTH: YEAR i and for awhile, to myself, the distressing Havana announce that Boy Scoutsof ; I I I inches. Light: to moderate rains the law establishing! rural free delivery -' 59 years ago.

i discovery that the perpetuity of the Key West were given places of Yesterday's Precipitation T. Ins.1 have occurred during the! last 24 i born in Sampson Co.: N.]
Neuter ef the .........* Free honor during the inauguration hours from the I
northern ,
.La AeeocUted Fr a. .. zclaelvely entitle to a.. American: government did not absolutely ceremonies of Gerardo )lachado.i : Normal ITecipitation ... ;'lfi loa.!'Mountain States southeastward Rocky 1 i I c., 72 years ago. Mrs. Sigrid Undst, famed Norwefrian -
i-r rtpubllcatlon of all dupatchea credited felt Thl'* rererd revere :.-.... pterle4irmtUmf I
or not ou-erwlee er.dlted.l.this newt:I paper and al.* depend upon the reelection of one henryFountain i Orders have been issued that / at 8 .......11. thin ...r..... j, into the interior of the middle and i j novelist! born S3 year

the local ne a. p.bUahed1L.ro.} ,. Ashurst to the senate of the Uni every consideration be shown the T.........*. Almanac I I I I south Atlantic Statesand It wast j jI' Prof. Allan Kevins or Colombia|ago.
bops'from this city and a numberof snowing this in ,
[ morning Colorado i University noted historian and
-. 'NATIONAL EDITORIAL) ) ted States. entertainments have been arranged -Run Sun sets ruses...-...... ..._..... 7:07 5:40 a. m.m.I I'There have also been local how- biographer, born at Camp Point :I BENJAMIN LOPEZ
.1' 11 "When a senator makes such a discovery for their especial benefit. ers on portions of the middle and III., 45 years ajro. FUNERAL HOME
<:::/f 1935 Moon rises ,... _. .....10:34 p. m. I'
at first ,the fact appears incredible. Moon rots ....-.....-....-.. 8:25 a. m. I west Gulf cca : \ KATES Filling in that portion of the I changes have been gererallyflipht. Key Weef. OUeet
m.Tear -.. .__ ... .... -.- silo.tla It seems as if the stars above his head had I water front lying between the) Tomorrow. Tide. i with readings somewhat' :Maj.' Gen. B. Frank Cheatham.' Z"-''..r AmkeUece Service

Three yoetk.Month _::__.:-::::;:..,.. ..- -.-'--- SCt ti e1 faded and the earth had slipped beneathhis shore line and William Curry's A.M. P.M. I below normal ths: morning; from U. S. A., retired of Stratford. !f Uc.... l Ee telaer

>ne Month. ... _...__-._._ _--J- ..IIN.ekiy. feet. But, as time rolls on such a dis- Sons company's property has be- High ................_12:16: I I the southern Rocky Mountain II IIi i, P..... 135 Ni.bt "89C-W"
-- --- .s i States eastward! the Ohio)I
gun. Several loads of rock ands 11:12 over ,
to be real en---- .
antidote to
ADVERTISING RATES covery proves a wand s were placed in the fill and Low ............_..... 4:37 6:28 i Valley, and necr or above the seasonal | ---- ---,--
Made known on application megalomania and the further flight of i i .....
; ] the
within a short time the work will Barometer at 8 a. m. today: average throughout remainder
Bl'KCIAb: nOTICH time brings to the discoverer the end of the Sea 29.97.WEATHER : of the country.
All reading notice, card of thank, resolution; ef a serenityand b* completed to level II
:rrjrnett. obituary nolleee, eta, mill b. charce4 for,at a humility to be envied the world'sgreatest dock where a bulkhead will be G. KENNEDY..
;1.e rate *r :e cent a line.'n'Ie.a by FORECASTTill I Official in Charjre.: Important
for entertainment by charcnea from wblckt "
revenue 4. to *>. derived are i cent a lino.11i .
lion .of Clilica ps-bllc' lesue U a. open and .'forum bjecl.and of local Invite or general dl.ena To a group of his constituents, Senator I Key West Exchange Club will! ( 8 p. m.,. Tuesday) I Subscribe to The Citizen. '
i utfut.t ,rest but It will not publish e-noaymon common!* Ashurst once said: I give free a house and lot and ant I Key West and Vicinity: Partly I .MerluMMuJltr'n 1*. in readiness for occupancy at the 1' cloudy tonight and Tuesday, post
"You do not send me to Washington THE SEMINOLE
next meeting of the organization! I
IMPROVEMENTS FOR because you are interested in grave ques- to be held at the Victoria restau-;ti:",,-.'I',. <...j- .' /1/L JarkMiMTllle. Fleridaril 1 concerning the redemption of First and

KEY WEST tions of national and international policy. rant on May 29. The house and;. <::.' ..1-..;;.I/ iA i-" )/1 '!s. n. C.BMKH. N.aaa.rA Fourth Liberty Loan Bonds have been
ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN ; \- 't human home-like institution
I am in the senate as a very well-paid mes- lot will be complete, painted and( ..,..''f.'IJ', I __"'. --I' whrr you will find r..r l.llvl<.., made by the treasury Department this
trimmed, furnished throughout "' .' __frt mm* .....r..I._... a m_ltrr -
senger boy doing your,errand My chief, and a complete deed of conveyance -II t i \ ; t of great Importance week.

1. Water and Sewerage. ? .occupation i is going around with a forked will be executed and held 1; / .. --
: ... ..../ .1 ...., fireproof' helldlue _/..
2. Bridges to complete Road to Main- stick pickingup;, 'the fragments oftpafroh- in the First: National Bank. The \ \ .l'lJ -- I .. the wart .f the rityHvrrv
for t1 i t ; I gift, is made possible through the 'J1tVe: I We would be pleased to have you

land. ,'.., 4 'i! ,_ age my consequents/. I.: i,* :h generosity of several members of t'( ," /. n. I Honm with: Cnmhination:! ;: Tab consult us .
( y and Shower' Bath Kartio. Kl >rtrnVillnc -
the club who successful real-
3. Free : J
Port. .' \ f
\ i rrrnHERE'S I I "I",.i h t.- :;.""- -S I( Fan, Stat Door for SummrrV.nlitatinn. r
A HOT,SCHEMEFrom tors. Only members attending; and Partly Cloudy Sh..oars I I Comfortable Rmls withMattrevse
4. Hotels and Apartments. @i .
their guests.. will be eligible to n' Inner Spring U..n-
i. ruction and iBdirMual ,
5. Bathing Pavilion. d enter the contest' *, I sibly showers Tuesday; moderate I Inz I..ampo, p'.a" I THE FIRST NATIONAL BANKOF
Denver, Colorado', comes: the southeast and south winds. RITES!
Airports-Land and Sea. I
latest scheme to take small bits of change Dr. William R. Warren was the, Florida: Mostly cloudy with w..le KEY WEST
7. Consolidation of County and City principal speaker at the :7* ::=:. Private Relit CLod I .
commencement showers
from those,susceptible to get rich schemes.A ,I in north portion tonight N* Private Itch : ::. : ZJMI .
exercises of the Conventof 4 ..
G01'emments.SIDELIGHTS. and Tuesday and possibly in south ItMma. Private llath 3.OU1
man gets a letter, asking him to Mary Immaculate held at the' portion Tuesday. 14 HWMIIII. Private llatb Datb: : : : X3._i I, Member of the Federal Reserve
i le Sample! nn>B. Private I ;
send a dime to an address at the top of a Strand theater last night. 'I Jacksonville to Florida Straits:
list, to scratch off the name he remits to Moderate to fresh southeast and o<' 'tr Axcv

Advices from Gainsville show 11 I south! winds and mostly overcast .- --- -----------__- __ _..__ .__ _
and then add his u
name to the bottom of the that W. Curry Harris was chief weather with showers over north

list, sending the newly made up appeal to I entertainer at a joint meeting of portion tonight and Tuesday and
five friends. the !Mortar\ and Pestle society, possibly over south portion Tues

By MARCY B. DARNALL, Postal authorities say that so many of 'The ternity Gamma and the Sigma Leigh Epsilon Chemical fra I day.East Gulf: Moderate southeast\ be HOfy-dwinketi I

Former Edit! r of The Key Wet CititenWhetherthe the letters appeared that postal receipts society of Florida University held find south winds shifting to westor 11t .

soared $20,000< in twelve days and moved this week at Gafnsville. bin\ Harris northwest over north portion. 'DO ACC IP'fN
entertained with a number of
"lame duck" amend
upward toward the Christmas peak rush. l lections on the banjo among!' se.j I WEATHER CONDITIONS
ment is working out so well is a ques The idea was that when an in- being "The Orange and Blue" and:. ; -3 .o Besure to MADE. act IN the BALTIMORE.original I Dan 100% Para Paint

tion. Under the old system Congress did I dividual's name got to the top of the list "Su nnah". i, Disturbances are central thisI look. for Dana 100% hn Paint has often been ctDTfinrTHEHBDAVlSCa aADIra.a..a.

I 15,625 would mail in dimes !I I morning over the middle Missis- was w r | ....gkd.Ht never depleted. ....._
have to adjourn on March 4 every other persons givinga The measuring social to b return of 1,650 in return for an invest- given at the home of Mr. and'Mrs. 29.76! inches, the lower Rio Grande i i -
year, but now it can stay in session con .II pare paint Law. an4 it the only paint c.-==-=
II ment of one dime, plus five stamps. This John C. Park tonight promises Valley, Brownsville, Texas 29.74 to&plm that came. ( arantce of punt!. =+
tinually if it desires. These long sessions to be a most enjoyable af; inches, the far northeast,' East PAINT
looks like what the big boys, in the old
for this
fair. It IK Cook Guarantee
also make more work for the courts in declaring ; being sponsored by the :*- on the Label.-'z
days, would call a "fair": return 1 Ladies Aid Society of Ley Memorial they have to indulge in "petting" -- ..._____._' ...._.......__. _......__ ,
acts unconstitutional. Of course, there are saps that take up ] church. A penny an inch; because the boys demand it. Boys AD o.c rrd.cu __ ..... C, m sw Be'-e *4 odd thr.etb. Dukfl.ry.' tL Iavi.i

such chain letters and some probably get will be be charged for waist mt'as.,1 say they have to yield to it be- ****** **> BAUIMOREMU
urement of every one "! ,cause the girls turn them down if
.. An attack of paralysis would hardly some money back, but where the cash will ; they don't. G. C. ROBERTS Corner Caroline and William Streets J.wmm J

seem helpful in starting one on a screen come from to pay the last group that jumps Sergeant .o Police John Roker

career, but such it proved for Miss Rosin into the speculation is what breaks down from returned Baltimore to the city yesterday Charles S. Baxter prominent - ._ -- -
where he went to developer associated with William
Lawrence of Los Angeles. Dancing to aid the idea. ifeliver a man who was. suffering M. Butler in Key Largo holdings. : .'.

her recovery, she became so proficient as with delirium tremens and who and other development, arrived in i; | *......*.eeeeeaeoeeeeeeaeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee .............:
was confined in jail in Key West, Key West today and in registered"
to win a film contract, after conqueringthe CAN AGREE ON THIS j
until advices were received from ; at the Oversea Hotel. He is ac-
ailment which lasted about a year anda his family authorized money being companied by several other prominent !, SPECIAL SALE I

half. Recent discussions have emphasized I expended for his delivery to his men who were entertain-j)' :
homeland family in Baltimore. ed by Mayor Frank H. Ladd;:
the "modernists" and the "fundemental- ____ 1 i:
{today. They will spend several i ... ON
When his radio went bad, Sam Cort- ists." There are religious people in Key Editorial comment: Girls say days in Key West. I --- :

wright of Johnstown, Pa., essayed the West who worry over the dispute, overlooking -- --- -- -. ---

role of "Mr. Fix-It." Hooking a new wire t an important truth that should ,

to what he supposed was a house light soothe their souls. MOUNT VERNONIVQKY

wire, the radio was shattered to bits and j All the present turmoil over religious TRY BEFORE YOU BUY j

Sam was badly burned. The wire he had 1 matters involves interpretation only. It

connected with carried 2,300 volts. does not affect the vitality of Christianity.

df'bah which Shouli| be' expresse a l. i in. ,Ijytyig .not., in| ', ,Free, for Three, :Months :
Prof. Jean .. 7
.. Carpet, noted jJEgyptol- Ji .r
ogist, has unearthed- sqrnet..inscriptions > IjVr1? a\i! an 'idea ai!> 410Supreme* << /,' ,. i

said to be ancient maxim'S of schoolmasters Being appre|lal 1 worship ;and'*fielefoniyfh t '. \',. I! '
f i if tare 't i O 2l} '- taE'
!t they translated Into
who served under the Pharaohs j&OOO power .,.., ,
years; ago. One of them, is translated as through actual liCe! 'The'iChristial bHever |!- : n D ,

follows: "The way to the brain of a boyis can demonstrate''a'titfefaltlf"ivith'! \sriPls.ee: +rNSr1 E a1f

out opening his mouth to tell ..
through the seat of his pants. people
whether he is a "fundamentalist" or a r. f .

Columbia University is to have
an What the Christian
religion needs to-
unusual student soon according to the
day in Key West is more practice and less i
New York Herald Tribune. He is Earle F.
argument. Two men may differ in accepting -
Peacox: who is serving a sentence of ,
the story of the Garden of Eden :
from 20 years to life for murder, and who I
and yet agree with the lesson to be
has passed his college entrance examina There is only ONE to find
found in the 25th chapter of Matthews, be- way out whether
tions. Obviously, Peacox will not attend an ELECTRIC RANGE will do the job you expect
ginning with the
thirty-first verse. of it. f
Columbia in person, but will take corretpondence by testing it with your own recipes,
: courses. in your own kitchen. That way, you find out EXACTLY i

LOVE GONE;. LIFE WORTHLESS what an electric range will do under your
x own system of cooking.
Insult was added to injury by an At i
The Key West Electric
I From. New York City comes the story Company extends an
lanta motorist who knocked'Wilson Watson of invitation to ALL customers to make this test with- tr
a young and beautiful actress, well on
off his bicycle, bruising him slightly. out cost or obligation. t S .:
her way to fame, who jumped from a hotel I S
As Watson picked himself op, the automobile window because life lost its value for her I The Company has such complete confidence :
driver in the performance of the
stepped on the gas and departed ELECTROMASTER
" when the man to whom she had her ,
with the remark: "It you die, let RANGE that it is willing to place a three or four
heart broke their engagement burner range in home on trial for .
your a period of
me know, and I'll do something about it." :
The death of this young woman raises three months without any obligation on your part.

the question of values. Perhaps, if she At the end of the trial period you pay us only

Being twins sometimes has its advantages had possessed the courage to wait, every-1 $1.25 or $1.75 per month : 16.PieceSetl.OO

as Mark and Clark O'Connor of thing might have been all right, or other I SEE US REGARDING THIS PLAN

Columbus, 0., have discovered. Sentencedto Interests may have crowded the blasted |i .

jail on different charges, it was found romance from her consciousness. The 1 Electric Service-The More You Ute

that the name: of the twins and their offences emotional intensity of her affection, how- !, The Lower The Rate : South Florida] Contracting & Engineering Co. j

had been mixed up on the records.After ever, apparently overbalanced the sense of : PLcDc598[ White and Eliza Streets :

futile efforts to get mailers proportion that often permits individuals] The Key West Electric Company "Your home is worthy of the,best"
straightened out, the judge became disgusted to suffer and endure bitter grief, disappointment -

and turned them both loose. and despair. ...................s.e................................................

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., MAY. 20,1935.. .. THE KEY WEST CITIZEN
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mando Acevedo, Castro and SterlIng F aldo, Ubieta, O. Esquinaldo: Q. Ubieta; struck out: Lucilo 15,

I GREHT Jl1&ESr!! ): played a great game for the Diaz; home runs: Mack, Walker, Wicker 5; bases en balls: off
Picked team.Domenech. I Wickers Domenech) ; three bate. Widen i; double plays: Wickers

Ogden Ubieta and hits: Sterling, M. Acevedo, Ubieta. to Ubieta to Sanchez Ubieta to

SPORTSCHICAGO Esquinaldo for the Cuban boys I i i M. Sanchez; two base hits: L. I Esquinaldo to Sanchez time of
Chapter 4t "What yon-all *crying about? Thl.ain't starred in the field. I Garcia Mack, Walker Sterling< I game: 1:45; umpires: Laine

GLORYLESLIE was meant no funeral.to be a'low be said whisper In what to j At bat the leaders were: Walker -I I Lucilo; stolen bases: Ogden,1; Dobb!.

shrank back into & con- Aunt Lou. but which was plainly with a homer a double and a ,t -_- --_ __ ___ ._

venlent closet among the duet audible to everyone within twenty I single in four times uPi; L. Garcia, '

pans and mops U she heard a swish feet James laughed Leslie laughed. Castro and Sterling also hit three
Later. James laughed again this
ot skirts coming aloof the corridor. safely
Rtcfct la her, ma'am. H.'. wait time a little tremulously as he I I Lucilo struck out 15 batters and
picked Leslie she stood DEFEATS
up as on CLUB TEAMVINS\ PICKED TEAM Wickers, five.
Jig for you. m hare him herein the front porch saying goodbye and I' .
11 Score by innings: R. H. E.
two mlnntei.." Leslie beard her parried her to_the brand new automobile I
i Cuban
knight errant- sar. off on their which honeymoon.was to carry them RED SOX; GIANTS FROM FERA UNIT DEFEATS CUBAN I I 000 Club-012 131 000 0-8 13 3

.. ,.J.u In the cloak room i Picked Team-
"You're mine no.he growled -
'at( last at last The boy scout jealously. "They've had you long WIN FROM REDS!r CLUB PLAYERS'! 302 000 210 000 1--9 13 1

fled. Jane turned round to see the enough." DIAMONDBALL GAME PLAYED, Batteries: Wickers and }I. Es- .
door close behind her beard the key i 1 I i i I quinaldo Lucilo and 31. Acevedo. ,
"All yours forever and ever. SATURDAY RESULTS IN j
tare hi the lock.She rattled the doorknob I. Summary: Errors: M. Ecquin- rReyouth
pounded>> on the dtaty panel his ear. SCORE OF 17.11

"What does thla mean? Who's out 1 I UMPH OVER NEW YORK I PLAYED YESTERDAY Subscribe to The Citizen.
there?" Jane cried frantically.The .
ao the story of James Brew
key was remored.means." AND YANKEES: ,TICERS CO TO i (By JOVE) AFTERNOON AT NAVY
Stimeon HI. as far as It
Leslie all bat hissed throng the can be told for the present is ended. VICTORY OVER SENATORS Saturday afternoon the Bay- !! FIELD i I I
view Park field the Cuban Club
roomy key hole. that yon are goingto There is however, I
a postscript
= I outfit defeated the Administration I
until James
stay'where yoa are for who Interested -- -
makes his speech. Ton can kick anyone may be I I!I team by a 17 to 11 ,score. It was I RUSSELL'S roof !
enough to read it. Miss Julia Pratt
I your
and scream and howl if you like. for would be fearfully disappointed } ,11.-1.1 The fitlsesiNEW !I the second time these clubs have I (B, JOVE) :i I
; OKA.., t\i. The
Ko one can hear you. I'm on guard if it were left out For there I : .nay I I met and they will not meet no Yesterday at the Navy Field,

to see that no one comes near. are stOl those In New Concord who I I Chicago "Vthite Sox defeated tne II I more this season.Outstanding }one of the best games of the year: I "'tX 1NTER gales have whipped and torn it.

It won't be lone. 1 adrise yon to say that James Stlmson threw him i>o:tou Red crux, ti to 0, with i hitters were M. Es-!!'wu played. At the beginning of I CIGAR STORE \' \' Spring rains have soaked it, weakened

sIt down, and make yourself com- self away when he married little II Kookie John Wmtehead pitching quinaldo of the Club, who hit the contest some loose playing was I I it. But if you saturate it now with

fortable.. But yours not going to Leslie Harris. This makes Miss I i or the ,,winners. !'I three safely; C. Hernandez, who : in evidence, but the game tightened -I II Carey Asbestos Fibre Coating, summer suns will)

ruin James a second time.. 1 won't .Julia so mad she snorts. I The Cleveland Indians downed hit a homer and a single in three:: up at the end and developed in- -0- I Dot dry it out or crack it open. Use this preservative

let you." Not long ago Miss Julia was sitting I the'New York Yankees in a shut | times up. For the Office boys |1 jto a pitcher's duel. on any kind of roof-it'* easy to apply.

"Rnia James! Bow ridiculous comfortably on her front porch out game, the score reading, Gopher and Sierra hit well. Cooper Lucilo of the picked team held i II Daily Baseball Returns I Just stop in for details.
Is that Leslie Harris? Of all,the absurd hit three and Sierra two.
reading her evening paper and talk- This the Cleveland 1-0'j
was the Cuban Club in check for four;
melodramatic let/me out ing to MelUsy who was inside clear Bret triumph of the series rf't\1e\ field.Rppnett and De- innings but in the fifth he weakened By Wire I SOUTH FLORIDA CON. & ENG. CO.

of here at once. Ton Iheclnm"tLe.Ue Ing the supper table when the Stim-: .:The JDetcoit; ,tigers,?won from I itt played well for the Office and the Club players scoredfor'five'straight I II! PHONE 598 WbiU & Eliza St.
leaned against the doorahaklac In-their automobileand I t'ew and 'Hernanclnez'' and Martinez \ o
went by .
sons .
JoeSul1iyan' ?
the 'Nettb't&r6.'Rickie innings. : ;rYoar Horn I. Worthy Of Th. Be.l"ill
and troubling. Covld I
anything IN'AND'CETTHE
stopped0 at the Harris cottage. I .. excellent pitching carried tg/f/ the Club( boys; Percy In the''' ninth the Cubans knotted
be more uadigaUled. more debasing who the Roberts hit single and walked '
Lem Rhodes 1l1'elup street"a a "
his team to victory.. the count on Sanchez's triple anda OF j
than for .James es-wife and "j .
pleeefrom Miss .Julia was leaning twice for the Oifyce j forced. I
his future wife to spend the most The Mackkmen downed the St. *' Iff fielder's choice. I MAJOR BASEBALL i
fence talking E
her Score R.
lazily against by innings: ,
momentous half hour of James life to a vlaJUng,,Topeka: ,cousin. They Louis Browns, 6.; to 5. A .home Cuban Club- In the thirteenth frame' Walker 'I' .E GUES" I + + @rd

hissing Insults at each other were within earshot of Miss Julia. ''run' over the right field fence by 410 J110 000-17 15 4 doubled. and failed to score. I -0-

through a key bole If .James knew but the vines screened her from Roger Cramer in ,the seventh iii.]r Administration In their half the Picked team;I CIGARS CIGARETTES I I
.,. If James guessed. fling them the victory. i I : with two out, they won the con-, ,
sight gave I 000 205 310-11 10 8
Abruptly Leslie began to laugh "Lem who are those mighty nice I The New York Giants tri-!j(,I Batteries: C. Garcia, Tynes and':test Lucilo doubled and Sterling SOFT.DRINKS, I FIBRE COATING
hysterically: ,laughed and laughed. looking people who Just went by? the Cincinnati ;[:Singled to left and Lucilo: scored ETC. : .
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umphed over Martinez; Hale, E. Roberts and I t causer e .ss t
Jane was again pounding on the natives inquired the 'the winning run.
Are they 6 to 5. AI Schumacher Reds'l Joe Hale. J
door. Was threatening arrest scandal cousin. I the mound for New York and i Summary: Errors: A. Roberts 3. I In the field Al. Acevedo, Ar
disgrace Leslie did not I
listen She bad. caught the sound Lem answered credited with the victory. This Hale, Cooper, E. Roberts, J. Curry 1- ----- -

of applause from above. United States Con wes a 100inning3ffair.. I 2. A. Hernandez, Bazo. Tynes.
and his wife pcoudllrhat"j
Then silence a shout of son the The Pitsburh Pirates downedthe I C. Garcia; home run: C. Hernan.i
cording to Brooklyn Dodgers 9 to 6. i dez two bate hits: Alfonso,
laughter more silence more the beat talkers ; -.
quiet And suddenly cheers a home to run for governor. He's club.With I I 2. Demeritt. Cooper; sacrifice,
mounting crescendo cheer upon got his eye on the Senate. They tell "Dizzy" Dean on the i hit: C. Hernandez; struck out: by FIRM

cheer..on and on and on.... me that he's made them smart boysIn mound the St. Louis Cardinals!I Garcia 5. Hale 2i; bases on balls: ]II

Leslie Inserted the key In the lock, Washington sit up and take triumphed over the Boston I I off:.Male 5, off Roberts 2. off Garcia -

turned it quickly: and ran. They notice. >Well none of us around here Braves. 7 to 3. Randy Moore 10i; wild pitches: Hale 4. Roberts -
still cheering when Leslie knocked a home run for the Garcia hits off Hale 111
were are surprised. We knew be had It 1, 3i; :
stumbled up the stair and to a dark in him from the time be was a kid. Braves but despite this, the in 4 innings; double plays: Bazo.; "- Who Rush To Give You Service-Patronize ThemMONDAY.

and deserted corner of the wings. The cousin as Miss Julia could Cards went to victory. Dizzy allowed to Esquinaldo to A. Hernandez; .." I

There she collapsed In a heap and see was enormously Impressed. his opponents but seven time, of $game: 2:00: ; umpires: Al- :

cried and cried. He had read about Congressman hits.The burg Adams.
Stlmson be said. Potties beat the Cubs, 3 to

TO the extreme disappointment "My wife has a sister In the Pension 2. A home run with two on by NDINGsl BARBECUED ROSES
1 of New Concord James and Office. he went on. "She came Lou Chiozza in the third inning LEAGUE JOHNC.PARK SANDWICHES THIS SPAC

Leslie decided to be married very from Topeka and naturally Inter and more than eight innings!: of.hl.'tout tb. Old-Fa.hio.ed

quietly. Only their Immediate fa- ested In Kansans. She writes my relief pining by Sylvester -AMERICAN LEAGUE Prepared FLORAL ,PIECES. A. _. .. --
sallies?.a few Intimate Mends and wife that Mrs. StimsooTnas! made' Johnson:who Tanned '10; gave Club-- w. 1.. Pet. 328 SIMoNTON' way with an the trimmings

Leslie's youngest dancing class good socially In Washington. She the Philadelphia club its second I Chicago ..__17 1 .708 1 SANDWICHES of an kinds SPECIALTY 12 Insertions

were Invited. says It is most unusual for a con straight victory. U 9 .609
Cleveland _
The wedding ceremony took place gressman's wife to be noticed In The summaries: PLUMBING tOe 35e
.__15 11..577 TO
New York
tree In the PLANTS and VINES
out of doors under a Washington society at all. NATIONAL LEAGUEAt
Boston ... ...,_13 11 .542
Harris back yard in the warm sunshine "Oh. Leslie's all right She's a St. Louis R. H. E. I PER MONTH
_13 13 .500
of an April afternoon, The nice little woman and of course she Boston _..___ .. 372 r Wi., seas., Etc.
tree was. a gnarled old apple in full Is bound to be popular as Mr, a. Stlm St. Louis _............... 7 11 0 Washington __12 14 ,462j SOUTH FLORIDA
pink and white bloom. The sunshine son but she can't hold a candleto Batteries Betts. Benton and it i i Philadelphia .,.._*_ 8 15 ..348.I DURO PUMPS PAY us A VISIT

crept softly down between the blossoms his first wife. There is a smart Dean and Davis. I St. Louis _"._ 5 17 .227; "W. Greet Yea With a sne"
and spread a glory of golden Spohrer; J. PLUMBING SUPPLIES NURSERY
woman daughter of old man Northrop -
light'about the little group of who owned those elevators I I. NATIONAL LEAGUE ART'S BAR-B-QUE $3.00

friends gathered' there that this alongside the railroad and a million At Cincinnati R. H. E.I I Club- W. L. Pet PHONE 348 Di.ie.a: sad Sm.atoa; 5...
man might be married to the woman or so besides. It was a great pity New York :.-- *- 6 10 1 New York _._11 7 ,708j -NO FUE5- PHONE 597

he had chosen by himself and of his they split up and got a divorce for Cincinnati ___ 592., Brooklyn _..__._11 11 .607

own free will. with her brains and her money and Batteries: Schumacher, Smith Chicago _.._14 10 .583'

To James the golden light was I all she would have been a great and Mancuso; Frey Freitas,I SL Louis _+_....15 12 ..5561I ; -READ- HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE

like a benediction. Leslie was a gift ,I help to Jim. Brennan, Derringer and Campbell. I Pittsburgh __._15 15 .5001 SELECT SEA FOODS INSURANCE
of God as truly as the sun itself. I "How long has he been married
Cincinnati ..: __.10 15 .400,
She was In white but wore no veil to this one?" I At Chicago R. H. E.' Boston _.--___ 1 16 .304 Jewfish Z 11,.. 35c /

and her pale blonde hair seemed I "Oh. quite a while-the kids are Philadelphia _-- ..-.- 3 9 1,: Philadelphia _...._ 1 16 .3Ui Yellowtail Steak ;2 11 .. 3Sc Office: 319 DUTal Street "
to her lover to glow about her beadlike all hers. Funny how a smart man 2 6 0 I
i -
Chicago ( Yellowtail 011 Bone Z ,lbl 25c
a halo. like Jim came to pick her out She Batteries Prim Johnson and-: .. SUNDAY STAR
When Doctor Brown, the Con : CrG.per,2 11,.. 25c
old maid. he
was when
aq married
Wilson Warneke and HartnetUAt CLASSTFI'EB"eeeeeeeeeeeeeoes TELEPHONE NO. 1
gregatlonal minister said the fateful her, but the women say he was ; .... I I Spper, 2 Ih.. -. 25c
words that made them man and Sabsmpf $2 Pa Year
klnda sweet on her before he mar R. H.. E,, M.ttoa Fish Z l __ Z5c
wife James drew deep bream Yr MeaS. A'I1FRESftJSHRIMP
a ried his first. : .. : SZ Try
and waited. He wanted Leslie to "My wife..Is always telling me". .Brooklyn ...::._-- -- -- 6 J3 I. f t -, its t Key W eat'. Only Sunday -orHE-

turn to him to hold out her hands. I that the wives o(moat"Of the famous Pittsburgh' .__ 9 42' 1 ?! J Paper Dtlmonico Restaurant
I EUen ....... ..
him. Batteries Clark, Vance. : j
to smile up at ; : PORTER ALLEN'
men mats themsaf4 the cfasjjju >FREE PROMPT DELIVERY a .
Reyland Business Office Bsdwaiser; Beer ------ tic
Instead she Just stood there meekly who was a meek-lookimg little yes' stat and Lopez;.Bush, Swift: jI j: REPAIRING A Citizen --

her head drooplne a little patiently son. "I Judge you don't think this' .Padd n. ? : I 1 LOWE FISH COMPANY : Bttildiap Sts Ce: .. 01.a.re. .---
waiting his pleasure Seized wife of Congressman Stimson made. '. l CHAIR BOTTOM REPAIRING- COMPANY aoc. .TIe. a .s.
with a sudden panic lest she might him?" I AMERICAN LEAGUE: "'. t jj! Cain bottoms repaired by < PHONE ISI I P H..ONE 51 --------

'brink from him might( already "Leslie make Jim What an I :At Washington g. ,L E.I; nard Warren. 418 Leo.I'

have repented might not want him Idea!" laughed Lem. i Detroit .16 19 QJ street may14.7tx1
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as he wanted her .James forgot that "Do you think women ever do Washington ._..- 6 10 31 AARON McCONNELL Our Reputation I. AMERICAN COFFEE
else and took I
anyone was present make or break men?" i
persisted the Batteries: Sullivan and lIaI ,- PIANO TUNING 536 FIellll.. Str..t
her face In both his hands and lifted I in 3 Grades
cousin wistfully."Naw. Now Offered ,
worth; Burke Weaver Coppola and] pet! in .very package
tt up* ."said Lem yawning,"never Redmond. I PIANO TUNER Laureano Mo- FUNERAL HOME
What he saw In her eyes must except in books. Come on down the I reno. Excellent piano for sale of STAR Ib 2Sc;
have satisfied him for he drew her street and Ill Introduce you to.Jim." Philadelphia R. IL E. cheap. 101S Division street The LARGO, 18c;

Into times.his"This arms seemed and kissed the her signal a dozen for asked"Did Miss yon Julia hear w1'1:1fu111.I that. Mellssy. I St.At Louis .._.'-- 5 13 l r!;' apr22-lmo., >es Doctor Watch > P R I N TIN 1 G Dlalfled, syaep.th.ti. v. & S., Ibtb lSe.

to bunt Into tears. Philadelphia ..-.- 6 12 1' Curtsy
everyone -

surely did. Miss Julie. Local
Ain'tmen Your
Knott. Blaeholderand Q DONE BY US
Even Leslie cried a little. the beatenest? All I got to say Batteries:
Jame., however war far from Heath Benton, Mahaffey, Grocery Store
is that I ain't nothing but a ol* ; BICYCLES-WE RENT by the LICENSED EMBALMER
crying. He was Instead Joyously Cascarella and Foxx. WATCHMAKER, JEWELED
: black nigger womair without no Hour, Day or Week. Repairall -THE- Routed in Key Welt by
radiantly happy and showed Nor AND ENGRAVER
learning but if 1 didn't know more'nsome I makes them with
and paint
did Nappy, who had been invitedto i of the men In this yore town At New York R. H. E. Nu-EnameL We full') See Him For Your Next Work ARTMAN PRESS A.It.Ia.e. S.mce STAR COFFEE MILL
open the front door for the guests Td blush myself white. Cleveland _- -... .-- 163 carry a ]

and who was looking on from the I ICorrris\t. mi. Mated B. r $tack porch add to the solemnity of I Batteries: Stewart L. Brown Hours, S to 12-1 t s Phone 256
And sell them low $5.00;
Che occasion. THE END and as as P H 0 N ESt
Brenzel Pytlak
and ; down and $1.00 per week. We I Op.. Saturday Night. Pya. su Never Sleep
_. .
----- Dickey
- used
-- I Bur and Sell all makes of

.eseeseeeeseeeeeeeseeeee Marquis de La! 7ette. friend of, R. H. E. i Bicycles. Phone 276. J. R.
At Boston Stowers 515 Dnval: DINE AT THE
In Historyease..a".w. America. -
Today .. Chicago 6131 i
street apr94f
.-..."e ....- Boston .-,__-....------- 5 11 0 I PLAZA RESTAURANT
-1506 Christopher Columbus 1902-Republic:of,.Cuba inaugurated '- ,-I Batteries: Whitehead Wyatt; FURNISHED APARTMENT, electric I .
noon. H. Johnson Welch Walberg Pipgra l ice box. Archie Thompson -... .
died at Valladolid, Spain, FerrelLGAMES r' I f are aceutomed t. ;
and R. you
about 60 his last in poverty 1001 Eaton street. Phone '
; years 1918-20 German airplanes
8791'1'I diaisg; at home. ysa will flail ..
bit neglect. reid London; 5 fail to return; kill AYAMERICAN I
\ THE PLAZA a a.vel all4l .ajayeLle .
44 and injure 200. .
1 I ; >> experi.aa
Presbyterians of North ..
1776 I -'
Carolina formulated historic. Meek An ancient! newspaper recently LEAGUE I FOR SALE-Cheap, Youth's Bed, ; 1.
lenburg Declaration which anticipated unearthed at j New Bern, N. C.,I Chicago at New York. I! Spring and Mittress. in good BREAKFAST .

the Declaration of Independence reports. 1,300 people died of yet-. St. Louis at Washington. I condition. Apply 612 Eaton streetmay20ltx LUNCHEON '" -

*t Philadelphia July 4. Icy fever in that town in 1864. Detroit at Philadelphia. ;; SUPPER ;.; l >. ..
Cleveland at Boston.NATIONAL ... .
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Because of the high farm income WANTED .., :. "
1775-2nd Continental Con- in North Carolina, mules LEAGUE PLAZA.RESTAURANT h -

jgrem agreed upon articles of fed sell far an average price of $140; Boston at Chicago. WAITED! -Reliable woman to s06 0-.1 Street .

eration, and union. in that state in contrast to an I Brooklyn at Cincinnati. tiJe, care of chad; must stay on

$89 average for the nation as aJ Philadelphia at St. Louis. the prrnisevApply, 323: Whitehead ."." .. ..

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.ee.eeeeeeeeeeeee.eeeeees5eee.eee..e.eeeee.e.e. 5 0 5 5 5 e e s s.e e..5.5 S 5 5 C... :I Bernard Wilt,, jr., returned George Finder who was-P rpend- ,
f yesterday from'a visit of several log a while with relatives in Miami
Enjoyable Shower Given Friday.In 1750-StepJca Ginrd. Philadelphia days on the keys. .
merchant, patriot-finan at points on the key. I

CHAPTER' ONE house as though Honor Miss Edith Roberts cier of the War of 1812. of whose, Dr. Aurelio Perea arrived returned yesterday.Miss .
was yesterday -
THE HAIRLESS SKULl creeping I fabulous fortune for those days, from t
Tbe Miami for a brief Barbara Guerra left yes
sharp $
$9,000.0000 only a fraction went:
,A LISON REDE, brushing her teeth! in very cold water was cutting Into A miscellaneous shower was RusseU, Beulah Lee Williams I I to heirs the bulk for public good stay with relatives and returned terday afternoon for Miami Beach l

\. raised her head from the basin to listen. Night, in an tense interval of given Friday afternoon at the I r Virgie Key. Claudia Moore. Hilda born in France. Died Dec. 26,! in the afternoon. with where she will spend' a few days I,

** empty her nerves.At Lighthouse grounds in honor' of Demeritt, Ella Curry CoraLee :11831..,: i iI .. relatives, and friends. ,
house is'always liable
.i to produce strange andalarming as though Curry Lois Sawyer Alice Peat j .MissfKole .Roaendo.left!! !! ye'iTerUy'afUriioonTfor ; -: ---

sounds, but surely that had been a footstep It must away along the Miss Edith Mae Roberts who will and Mayfield Knovlea. I 1768-Dolly Payne Maaieon, JaclisonrflIe1ie : -W. O. Sand, Noel Solomon

be her father at last! next she marry John William Russell tomorrow Mesdames Earl M. Gwin, A. D. I wife of President_James Madison,I the guest of-her brother-in-law! :!: Carl Bervaldi and Paul Archer.. 1
bear breathing night Luethi C. W. "sTsler7"M I and 'Mrs."'Charles )Jety yesterday .afternoon, {o _St.._
Her mouth was full of pinksoap flavored with areca nut Cody D. B. Russell, one of'the most popular.apd.bxJl-\ "
changed r.t ith. i t- Augustine
a : V" to attend, a counr of"<
A color scheme of pink and Bertie L. Higgs, Winer Bethel Ray lis.nl White House g.
BO she could not call out, but the flooding sense of sheer relief fling of mice. !I I: mistresses in Li.i..i. .if, f Red Men of Florida.
Dared white was carried out in the decorations -) Elwood J. Webster Roberts, Del- our history born ftr'Guilford' Co., I i,
was wonderful_ ;never I had she been through such a nerve shakIng bolt for the she interspersed with copiesof mar Woods Milton Archer HaM- N. C. Died July 12, 13-W F[Mrs. W..U. Saunders tetnrnednt&rdayt ,i-j I -

for her father usually no careful Tiling: for the face which had like face waiting the honoree's chair. i(I Paul Sawyer, N. L. Osterhoudt,I j 1806--John St..art Mitt'Eng- sever! weeks with her,;:and two children who were here

of Ber comfort to change tola plans showed for a moment In the doorway at a dark turn oi The shower was open with cries Chas. Hoeffer LeroSawyer,)''I lish economUt-philoicpher born. daughter, Mr*. Mizpah Redo sad!:i for a brief Twit with Mr. and

by telegram) at the lut minute was had looked barely human. Skull- ed her courage of Extra! Extra!", which were '. Miriam Albury Win. W. Demeritt Died May 8, 1873. other relatives j Mrs. I. Appelrouth and other

bad enough. True be had written to shaped and hairless. leadengreyeven shifted her being "sold" by Miss Lois Sawyer.I I I! C. P. Hogeboom Cornelia :Sawyer:) I friends returned yesterday afternoon

'er that he was leaving London and to the lifeless eyes which had as she pressed who was dressed as a news boy.I Walter J. Roberts, Ivan Elwood,I 1825-Antoinette L. B. Black- Mrs. Wesley Hamlin who was to their home in Miami

for glared[ at her from deep hollows and "Don't be a This was appropriate as Mr. Russell I Osborne Nottage G. F. Archer. well, Unitarian clergyman, suffrage spending! a while with her mother

was looking a country place, yet the mouth which gaped at her with herself sternly. is an employe of The Citizen. Mesdames James Cormack Don, and temperance leader born and other relatives in Key West, Mrs. Everett Hall left yesterday -

It__ was totally unlike him to ask toothless gums it bad been like a ghosts! It was The door prize was won by Mrs. aId Cormack John Costar D. J'I u in Monroe Co.. N. Y. Died at left yesterday for Miami. afternoon for New Smyrna

Alison to meet him at this lonely corpse. and for moment Alison's been a man Ivan Elwood. In the contest of!I I Buckley John Fleming Chas. Elizabeth, N. J., Nov. 5, 1921 I! where she win.. visit with Mr.

house at eleven at night still more commonsense bad wavered. She did wretch of a "Modes of Travel" a three-way I i Mathews, Sydney Mathews, Bennie Miss Emily Croaland, music I Hall's {brother-in-law and sister

so to.add. "It" I am late. wait there not believe In ghosts but- looking for tie resulted and upon drawing, it j'I I Jenks, Beacham Curry Vernon 1826-Potter Palmer pioneer, teacher of the higher grades at'' Mr. and. Mrs. G. W. Nkhcols.
and scared blue I _
was found that Mrs. James Cor- I Lowe, Frank Stickney Roy Edwards merchant Key West
for mefor Robert Rede was the That came from a distance. In an Chicago& bargain-sale High Schol returned
most precise and punctual of men. Was the creature going? and go empty on down mack took the prize. I! Raymond Bethel Paul originator real estate promoter, yesterday from a visit with relatives -f John Carey left Saturday aft
Mrs. William Asson sang a solo ,I Archer, B. A. Baker; Percy M.I born in Albany Co., N. Y. Died in Miami. ernoon for Miami where he will
The the door bad Go !
and pressure on relaxed -, police on
he had
always to fetch her
come 'Roberts Edmund Thomas I spend !several! with his
but the girl did not dare to But It was 1 Love You Truly I'I Curry May 4,' 1902. [ days

at-. Dover. yield an Inch. Suppose It was walt- herself than to was very much enjoyed. f I. Bocheff_ Joseph _Pinder, Joseph_ I Mr. and )Irs. Will Heraon and family.

But If the telegram seemed odd. lug for her to do that She wanted ened limbs to act. Refreshments ice cream and' jvnowles. Jacfc w imams, lIarry 1843-Albert A_ Pope. who. in baby came in yesterday from Mi- -

ber arrival at this new home badb'en to scream yet felt that If she did the generally a cswhlch < -Mlkhmed.> to the color Ii !. WVtiailR.Bituts., { ( 1 J878, introducetrtfcycle manufac- ami for a visit with friends and H. Sandre a-sstant .aperin-

worse. The hired car which i II1r.n]- t.r! renMIU jme.ryCollins, Leland ikM9\ HHIUXintry.! auto pie>- left: i4lie: -:aftenu>an_:IfaE:their tejulent of parks of Miami and

had brought her here from Warley *The honored was the recipient E-iwyer! W\Uara-Atbury. Jerome rt6t.,bora vij JJoston. Died near )?hwae/m, UJMii.* H.U diaghter.: Miss Patricia left nji

beautiful and useful !Nottage, Eleanor Bervaldi, Carl i1Jb9.l III,' tet4ays afternoon for their
Station was already halfway down many 1tfrl"f"'Afi. ). |! 1C-; -I .1'i ". \OD1.
gifts 'which were drawn in on a' BiKaldf.& ; W.:11.'Asson, Frank Saw- yllrsy,.Vincent,fMcDerroott.. who' in Miami after a pleasant at :r-t1
the road before Alison had realized 'AcOR ''by Ca'therine''Moort'JFaye: ycr.' Benjamin Lopet,' Philip! B., !l J -Iother-Alphonsa (Rose I ;jiient the ..week-end! Miami i i .with I Kef Vet as guests of J. CeTr

(j!&i the bell produced no answer. Bervaldi and Lorraine Nottage. |i Roberts, Eageae' Mears; Greybtfn .tCbre"tMtbojT'yduiigttKftd ) ( I horcsifier..Mrs.! J,. ..W""" tworthandiotk Curtis: assistant FERA aduahtW-

Groping her way to the back she had The shower'.'ivas"giveriby IMrs.. 'PindeV: C. 'HfStdnton! Milton ., o'NIth.hItl! : 1 -'-'lIawtHom" i | r.reUtive,!,5r[tu ned, yeslerday. -I trat rand Mrs. Curtis. 18

'rasped at last that the whole place "SI': Moore 'and-'members>t.f ![ Baker, Leo' Williams Benjamin "JRorkWaniong'icancer: inctmrtle' I .

ITM dark and empty. bridal'party, who are the Miss- Lowe, Menendez Key, Edward' born'alf" "Cendk." I.Died 'July Il I Mr. and' Mrs. Lee Thompson

"Tlred. cold, very wet and rather Mary Curry Lois Sawyer Mary Sawyer, Joe _Gandolfo_ ., E._E.:. I"i 19. 1926. i Miss Mildred' Wagner who was I left Saturday cfternoon for Miami -
frightened her first Instinct had i and Minnie Knowles; Mes- granara, Frank LACUIL Carlle stunerts. 1 spending' !several months as a,I where )Ir. Thompson went to

been to try and find some cottage Carl Bervaldi and Paul Stanley Baker henry Saun- 1851-Emile Berliner, famed I guest at the home: of Mr. and I}: attend a meeting: of the officials

near by. But It was late; no frlendly I j I dcrs Victor LOTTC J. P.. Finder American inventor telephone Mrs. Aaron MeeConnell at their|i i of the meat packing industry he

--llgnt showed anywhere along the Those present were: James S. Moore. improvements _born in Germany. I home on Fleming stret. left yesterday repre'ents in Key West. Mrs.

dark road; her father's telegram MiFses Susan LaJCin Minnie Mesdames James E. Duane Jr., Died in Washington, D. C., Aug. afternoon for her home in Thompson 'I H1 visit'relatives.Mr. .

Bad been explicit-"wait there for Mary Louise Finder, Jen I I Wm. Dexter. Rispah Russell Joe 3, 1929., I Continental, Ohio.
me"-snd It she went exploring she Mae Johnson Mary Felton. 'Jaycocks Roy Hamlin Peat W. S. and Mrs. Francis J. Stokes,

plight- miss him when he arrived. Curry, Sylvia Sawyer Helen I I I i Lowe, Owen Sawyer, Victor Roberts I Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Sin- of Clewistoiu Fla.. who.. were vis! ,

'At ten minutes to eleven on a k 1d Janice Roberts. Dorothy!, Benjtmin Sawyer Paul VIEWSPEVIEWS: and I core and two children who were i lUng in Key West, accompanied

pouring wet autumn night. It May Hill. Lillian Sands') Sawyer Arlene Sheppard Oster- in Key West yesterday as guestsof :!' I, by Mr. and Mrs. Harry Duval.i ,

seemed silly to attempt to walk a 4 Sands, Elizabeth S'jids, '.hout. Louise Thompson. Wilbur Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Ledlow.4 i left this morning over the highway -.

tlol.matter Soaked of six miles back to the sta- Mae Wells, Nellie Louise I J Johnson, Chas. Lewi, Olivieri. left in the afternoon for their r j z I on the return trip stopping
and shivering she bad
home in Homestead. points on the coast.
waited for ten minutes In -- -- I I
aa open -'YWCV 4 %4Wtwe wail OD wwe

porch that gave her no protection iI of ........................
from the driving rain.Then with the Poetical Event Announce WinnersIn Lewis Douglas. I.rm r b.Jf.l Mr. and Mrs. Harry Snow ,

aid of her pocket torch she had 5\.t'3 directors Marathon spent yesterday in KEY WEST!
Here I Contest Here
managed a find a window ajar and '"The high protective tariff Key West left for home in the ,

some difficulty got herself and I after the World' War was an' effort -] afternooh and win return next,

rtth small 'attache case through It Tonight, at 8:30 o'clock, there Winners of the various con.' to obtain from the Government week for;a stay of about one RED KERCE

into- the pantry. be an appropriate celebration\ i 1' tests held at the Gran Verbena-the .a guarantee of profits.", month. I I e ocee eeoc By ......e cc..e e e.
But thankful as she was to be under I National Poetry Week. held by| J South; Beach sponsored --. .
shelter a hurried search of the I Sccerdotisas of the Carabajlo de Wm. L. Fei. ...er. Co.fr ..... Antolin Fernandez who was in And if they'd lay end. to end

house had failed to discover the I Poetic Circle of Key West. : la Luz, have been announce*!. from Ohio Kcy West for the graduation' of all the bunk about old age pensions -

main switch of the electric light.By s-; "American Poets" will be the:I Prize waltz was won by Miss "This _(banking) bill is sugar- his daughter. Miss Celia Fernandez ':: .it would be easier still to

the pale beam of her small eSlno'I of a commemorative ad- Norma Garcia and Julio Lacedoniaand water to.make the castor oil nottast.e from the convent ef Mary become grey worrying about H.
torch the empty house seemed l the prize Fox Trot by Miss bad." Immaculate left for his home in I .
by Mrs. Hildegard Ott Bus- so I
strange and eerie. Waiting expecting I Celia Salgado and Marcus 'Mesa. Miami -yesterday. I An Illinois motorist is suing a
who has won
every moment to bear ber recognitionI
I Miss\ Virginia Perez was awardedthe -- pedestrian for reckless walking.It .
Faith sethereasi"Youth
fathers car arrive she bad tried to her contributions to ev-! Baldwia. !
{ the dress Mr*. Harry Beaver, who wa assumed
prize for prettiest : is he walked in front
keep ber spirits up and to pretend books of poetry. She will also i! has no corner on
I and Miss Lilia Perez the. award spending a few days in Miami ot a Render that wasn't bent.
that the
whole idiocy.
vast of her
was e some poems.
I I for the prettiest dress among the with relatives returned yesterday -
Mrs. Hildah Roberts Salts.
joke.To nil In time, she had unpacked ...verse has vivid appeal; will I smaller girls. R.dolff S. 'H.ekt,. preiideat, yesterday! accompanied by her A scientist says no new sins
r-brusb and l\1'any\ ribbons were given for mother who will ipend a. while in have been invented in 6.000
-} sponge bag, and had a number of her poems. |I America* Beaker &ss.ciati.uii"I year.
started to wash off some of the clinging George F. Archer will on-, the athletic contests in which both I think; that_the natural vital Key West. ; Presumably he doesn't count lyinga

dirt of Swiss and French trains. ,{ girls and boys competed. of the is ( sin i
Bat now. rinsing ber mouth, she I a poem and one of his i'I ity condiions.country" helping& to Mrs. Garner Sholes. son War- ,

could, afford to admit that she bad set to music. ?\1n.1 I 1 To Entertain At improve 'rrn Sholes. and sister Mrs. Cense I i Soviet doctor has crafted a toe
"been scared! Archer and Lena !Slingerland.' arrived yesterday for
will) sing it as a duet, with John Sleaa,*'artUl, $2i on a man's hand in lieu of a
j Beach Party their first visit to Key West, and .
I "I only matured. a year or two thumb. Now when thumbling a
r-iREAK. .. composer himself at the piano. decided to remain until this aft-
Alison stared Into the I .
glass above the < ride, if passed up. he should$ be
.V" With the glass still in her hand Margaret Zinaida von Mietk. Jiembers of the Key West ago. 'ernoon when they 'will return to inclined to try walking.
Allaon stiffened. The muscles of her thing outside would know that she Alison used on I whose book. with some pf their homes in Miami. i
Junior Club be
throat grew tight as she stood moLl was frightened might take heart... feet failed her. poems, is being printed at: Woman's will entertained AA. Harry Moore, U. S. Seaeler I I '
afternoon at
tomorrow Laugh and Uie world laaghs
Dleu. listening. She glanced at the window. It was: distant creak Artman Press this week, will from New Jerteft Donald. J. Curry left Saturday
Someone shot and old-fashioned Venetian J 4 JO o'clock with a beach partyat "When a senator makes a with you-but, it becomes awfully
was coming up the stairs an body freshly a few of her own creations. afternoon for Miami accompany
outside the bathroom. but-that was blind with wooden slats hang over the door. A The Poetic Circle invites pee>-'' the Cabanas on Rest Beach. speech now. everybody walks out. ing his little son! Donald jr.. who embarrassing for t:..e world. in

eot ber father's brisk. short, rather the enrtalnless panes. Below the grimly would not whose inner life demands and!:' Hostesses of the evening will be The place is just a: cave of the, will enter Jackson Memorial hospital passing to giggle at patched
Jerky tread- window was a drop of twelve feet or way In! Mrs. William M. A'rnold.n. winds." trousers we're wearing
these finer to be operated for correction
things on -
Slow upon tol I i Waldo Johnson and )In. James
steps stealthy with a more on to the macadamized road,
Then suddenly a { this'event which will be Injj : of a. congenital, l dislocation
marked pause between each as for she had looked out. hoping to seethe 1 Brady.. .' _. E Ua Ferber America writers
h..rror < ,
caught : natura'bf'an( Round .. of the hip.
though the person outside was lights of ber father's care before breastbone. The:\ .1 recitation at'708: I' Mrs. Afpbld! elates that 'lin ...1' hn" i eL'bn' eamtII.il .. p
'jtrald of being beard.4 she started to wasJu But there was bathroom : : ., 'Eaton member"6f' }) the cYub'-Trhb'doe:: ) t.C' -
was : 'jtRt'and"h'WThh'uyramidJbd
'I' u1L..Batte1, } -
Creak/ Then a rattle and a faint Ivy on the wairaad Alison "Redei torch lying on th '' !haVe" 'a' bicycle! 6r other means.oi't'r'anspbrta'tibh lflStLia" ceIfi'hly-tikeiteinP/' ; ., ff.Cig\JjJttJf1C; .repaasejitaUve..for
herewil1oP'b the Rail-
sharp squeak. eighteen and.,a ,half r.althtrom 'no' 'kdinlsofl Soujljern:
the : Wili i 'be called fiot : ,iI-s .
,basin. .. ?! tel.S'J flI.JpsLf tltM.ftL
The *' c. "II. I" .., 1 I wag .sY! ,, iii:4ar; Inthe
v girl stared into the looking- school and 1It, would-bve. rifked. blitt 1'1..wai giving rge. I\f\ 1etWill! -pHo '669'-J.' ''ft .. wa.r.pen !:
:flass above the stared scramble down tt 1 ; "" :* .ft 'Tn. '. X""W lit j.a .of
basin ry.
across vy. : ".i' '' ii."i ;" } '; /l "tht :'her ;rrher :>: re. I "* ,,1.. (.:i.DrneT -" L"Y.u'i..eJ..4saIi1 : '", lines and'' lettin..tbe afternoon
own shoulder 1Iaabl.to Thafkepfher'squeeiea against "
move ,
human mind Exercises '" (;L f' y,
: 6 "
paralysed with fear. the door was not a fear of breaking i Mght : : : I 1i"l! Uhl. ,feeshe IJr.-Ji Miami ;
speed Alison. In i I ',' .
1."q' HddMeeturgusta .
I IflO bs.
The door was opening! her neck on the road but the thought State CollegeInvitations "' to' 5-. ---
the i< J;At"Cuban'CluJCelebrating: d M- ?iu.Mtnet1: ,(' 'I .U' ,
Then she saw. that If she turned her back to get 1' q" 'flltnr J I F
torch dimmed ,IRi
Her mouth 'stretched wide to out of the window she would be momentarily thought with the have been issued for .There will'be meeting of the PALACE r.

scream as abe spun round but no helpless the door should While one part of Commencement Exercises of the Cuban holiday. I High School ParentrTeacher As- S4VI MOVtT I New 'b the time te
sound came but a dull click far back open; at the mercy of those two : Viente de Mayo\ the MukiMukiOClub sociation held tomorrow afternoon -: EVELYN LAYEEVENSONG 1. OTKOOfl i_ L f >_G_] set yes r Reel**'-
sensibly that she Florida State College for eefere .ri ...
IB ber throat. At the same Instant' lean greyish-yellow claws If they the bathroom even at Tallahassee which will will sponsor a dance at the i beginning! / at 3:30 o'clock -io- I I Tttrtt are ew Uw.r Uaa M ever a* ...

door.she flung herself bodily against the came clutching at ber from behind! in the passages May 25. i Cuban Club tonight, starting at I in the auditorium of the school,1 i,1 MTiaIl f... asS 57 yea;retUaa*.. peur make recess a alee aewThU rash.

I of her brain i 9 o'clock. according to announcement made Comedy and Short Reels .
knew The invitation as sent out i ... .. I* eemetklna1 ..t1reI,
There was no key she herself bad the bare thought made All-
; l The affair will called .
EVEN tainty that she be a I today. Mali-eet Ditrat a4 ketter i Beo a*. It
'I ICMScr !
seen all the : NigVU S-2Sc I* .. eeil ... tt ..'t
house-keys hanging tied scalp tingle and little cold "Flower have ear. o. t kreaker
Better to "The Board of Dance as the girls There will be installation of officers ...... Motes a keaoUfoi reef that
with string on a hook In the -i shivers run down her spine. For Control Faculty
pantry through the house I beautifully decorated the spacious i at this meeting and a large i* abwhitely wiad aa4 water pre.f.wlrTros .
; left banging there. no doubt by those hands bad added the final Senior Class of the Florida KEY WEST
i wniTt
pantry window dance hall with lovely pink flowers attendance is requested. TO-DAT
the last tenants. There was no fur-" touch of horror-one on the door College for Women request i I nit gflMrtP for Direct Inm tke
while the last spot and shrubbery. .
altars In the small tiled bathroom the other groping forward-hands honor of your presence at the COLONIAL HOTELI t PaW P...... Tee Faeterr vill .. piw4' ...h. .
gered, than to sad
except a light stool and Alison, although without any nails. ... of Commencement May Tommy Thompson's orchestrahas I ............ with 15. ... _Btr ..< Wr

tail was very slight. -I can't stand here all night!" she the hours pitch and dark must through May twenty. been engaged to' furnish a In the _Center of the Businessand r .rieaa low .rWea.arc ....Wrtte. Address te-4. while f

She was shaking much that the thought desperately. "011, If onfather'd She her nineteen hundred and program of dance music and has Theater District Southern
kept States
door rattled arranged to play several newdance Roofing Co.
a* pushed :herself come! "
panel and leaned Tallahassee Florida. hits. 5 Stile Ave. S........ Ca.
against It and she felt But FinS
though she Gleso.Flrepreef.3I.s1bite.
appallingly strained her ears II. Wi--..,
for the torch. e5jaOae ee mr .ert ..
lek. She found herself wondering to catch the sound of a car coming Those in charge of the affair ., fcor-...< rev Direct Free Tae
whether. could go on holding It. along the road, there was nothing (COJfrigU.III1. Tonight have prepared to how everyone ... ... F--.. Frei.ht f Up&o rnc...

against that thing which was tryingto I. bat a far-off barking of farm dogs Pythian Unit I attending a good time. 'COFFEE" 'sij i:NOW"'6rtt !---.-.--,--,---.--,-----
force the door open.Today's and.a taint creak-creak: within the aleC Tomorrow daa.. ...: C AU'' I PROTECT YOUR'EYESU 11' A <, -- "5 ; Peat 0.-- ,__

Miss Calma Gann of U Carag Elevate
Following the business Nashville IL r. __, __
& meeting Tenn., owns a dog that born .j Y.. Eye*..WUKPreUtt: ; ", : ---s.t. .
........................ NOTICE The Southern the order of Pythian Sisters te 1:without a taiL was Y'!-, .;" '" PopeUr.1' .., Prfeee- _- .,., 1 e 1 14 ,
f held tonight there will be a t.'m .. '
line across "***" ,
Horoscope j hour during which time ,--- Eyes require a 'liioifest :! .. t;: < ---------- -
Bids will be accepted until the i tween S a r .,. ._.. < ,' : ;, _
will be rendered in amount of attention. If 'i' _
con you
eeeeeeeeee..eeeee, Hendersonville MUKI-MUKNO ;
28th of the present month at 8.. : :
with the celebration of the: give them the attention they
This is a particularly fortunate 1 P. M., for the painting or' thej! be the steepest of the organization. FLOWER DANCE need they will 'serve yon long STEAMSHIP Co.

day. There is strong will and 1 I t Cuban Club on the outside two]i iI the Rocky A request is made for a large I To. ..latCUBAN ] and welL UNITED STATES FAST

great ability of organization.I I coats. Farther particulars may ; of members, and an en-I CLUB
be had by seeing Mr. M. Casta-!' Of the 100 To_,.'. Orchestra Protect your eye and your MAIL ROUTES FOR
evening's entertainment
There is love of the and
country neda at the Club's Office. between Carolina 41 I will protect'you and
I'I promised all who .attend [ CeaU 60c Ladies Free your toRT TAMPA-rlAVANA-WEST INDIES
of nature, and the special aspects the hours of 8 and 10 P. ,t j health and your vision and Effective March IStk, 193S

point toward success in dealing M. The bids are for labor only; your happiness. Leave Key West for Havana and

with things that pertain to the the Club .reserves' 'the riJht' I WATCH FOR MONROE THEATER, Haveyour eyes examined to 12:20 P. M.Leave Wednesdays Saturdays,

!land. There is a considerable portion accepting or rejecting any or all I A P P.A PI. S Warner B r-Pyrn. Lby morrow. Havana. for Key West Thursdays and Mondays, I
bids. R Leave Key West for Port Tampa and
of general success, but great CUBAN CLUB. : I FOURTH OF JULYFESTIVAL 1.K 1. -inBROADWAY- DR. J. A. VALDES days, 6:30' p. M.TScfc .
care rhould betaken not to grow May 2 0.3 UI on..W ed..Fri. f ;:. BILL Siil -Lit. UcD ..... ***, te*..'....a&e.. mm* Iafermatie. at Ticket Offle

tyrannical or selfish, for it .will, '. L .If M.ti_: EaUoay., lOc| Orck**. .1 D.... *n... 71J.H.
: 132 J
: val StreetOrtaeeew
:ead to misfortune. Sub.cribto The Citizen. -- .. tra, lftV20e Night, R-25e ,,' ".. : COSTAX. Ageml.

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