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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 24, 1935
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
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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).
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LVI. No. 124. KEY WEST FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAY 24, 1935.
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Labor Bill Vote Raises I LEADERS BECOME ( WIDE TRAVELER FINDS KEY WEST Right; Wing- .

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-Interest ldoIftilifqlfl.,. !-! t, t tIfltIiHULON! -- .. fa; BLUM TO PURCHASE HOMEHffiRE 'iTodinlist$0nseraauVes JorWear( Of 1936



Seldom Has There Been iiAi'cARiY''! : COLLEAGUES{! expected Negotiations to be. are closed pending within andI the--After traveling in Europe?iAfj! DELEGATES- ,0- -F :-, :-ii iiMASONIC'ORDER ]- - -- -

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'ARE'NOWCHANGINCr.ATTITUDE"TOWARD -I next4 few days for the sale of the rica. Japan. China England! I PASSESLOCAL .j Great Noise-Making Now
Seen
Such Collapse Of I GIVEN HONORS *! SOLON'S Wolkowsky residence on North France and Germany ,and 'other .: I

Opposition To MeasureIn CONSTANT "KINGFISHING"|t Beach next to that of State Senator points on the globe; including the |II r MEASURE I II Prevalent Among Political
Arthur Gomez. Frank Wol South Sea Islands Mr. Blum I
AT LODGE MEET 'kowsky arrived Wednesday from ARRIVE I Radicals Relative To
Senate j found he told The Citizen the TODAY;
Miami to discuss' the
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.,p. By HERBERT PLUMMER ,the respective purchaser. Jerome ideal place in which to live is here 407 A"la' Pr-... Coming CampaignBy

i ELECTED TO OFFICE OF, (lljABMfUMrd. Preut. Blum, than whom there could not and here he decided to make his I TALLAHASSEE. May 24.
WASHINGTON. May 24.-Democratic -1 DEGREE WORK BEING CAR-I: -TLe house
be found ardent passed senate
By HERBERT PLUMMER a more admirer of
WASHINGTON. May 24_In j GREAT KEEPER OF WAMPUM -I colleagues of Huey Long Key West. home.When he arrived here he was RIED ON THIS AFTERNOON hill 854 by Senator Arthur I BYRON
PRICE
'{I AT COUNCIL HELD IN have waited a long time for the opportunity Mr. and Mrs. Blum arrived here suffering intensely from his ill- ; I eUieJNoisemaking
view of the widespread oppoaitfon'w"kla i j of registering their impatience -: just a little mOle than four months He's and was just barely able to LUNCHEON IS GIVEN FOR Gomes of Monroe County I l.rrsa \\a.J

; the W..ener labor dsputeaLilt I:1, PALATKA TillS WEEK I at his "kingfishing" in i ago. lie had sufficiently recovI make hi! way aoout the house on VISITORSVi providing for retirement of among the poll IE .
emphatic fashion.Opportunity I, ered from an attack of pneumonia crutches. Later he used a pair of E
encountered from the .o-cmll-j presented itself in to travel and had been told by his walking sticks and began' walking Key West city employes and I cat radicals lisa been .o deafen. .

ed "right" when it first w.. .0f- !'I Miss Miriam E. Carey of Key I the vote on his resolution to investigate physicians in Boston to go southto about the streets. officials after 20 of iDa lately that the real iBific-
West was this week honored by "Big Jim" Farley and the recuperate. Today he has so far recovered as iting members of the SollthJ! years ,
icr.tcd. that 63 to 12 vote by being elected to the office of Great't manner in which they pounced on1 I I When he left the. hospital.,Mr. i t In- reonire.! during his peregrination cm Jurisdiction Scottish Rite Ma-, .er.lce. : anee of certain nianeaveriagamong

,which"lne) 'senate p t.ed it came a.1!|i Keeper of Wampum at the Great'him left no doubt. in the minds of Blunt was.8U ffmn netrikit naught-except hivlejr which .ons. are this afternoon conferring i the conservatives Las cs
i,Council of Florida degree of Pocahcntas : anyone'as to the way they feel toward -:,,-aod...rUmtii< He;.decided :try nrp,'Kaan4. -and good, .omethiirf'of '..;bock. J him and bis-tactics I fr*>*i Key .West.1'.rth andl .j capedveoeral notice.
held this week in Palatka I ; Key We.t. Durias'bi!- tnp south.' body. 'are now*)' practically free, .ARRANGINGFOR
Seldo"' Las "there'been ieen :in'I\"- This office was held for the last I I That 62-10-20( .vote''nj(>cting his:i.hitir 'was attended,by greaVufOring. .) fromlafl; indication* of his illn "w Miami.[ : The Work .being carrie .. :Th: *object of i these right-wing
five years by Mrs. Annie Baker,.demand'fot''an'investigtum'of 'thepostmaster )\I .. 'friend, tried-'to ''dhawuki 'whith..cauecd fcinv 'such "''intensesuffering. on i..ieottL ,'Rite--liall.at Simon- i VA': vperaUons w, of. course
to find
the 'senate'such n complete cot- abo' of Key West who upon ex-:i i general in which not him from "continuingthe'trip.a d ton onll Kaloir streets.; [ MEMORIALi'DAY' ; a
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lapse*'.f opposition !.1. mea.ure-J piration of her tenure of office was'! single"i I presented with a Past Grand Poca-I'|I in his favor, speaks for itself j II other point. 'i j i artists of this era. !His painting( 33rd degree, deputy of the Su* of allparties-iwho' regard the
There are various explanations of- hontas jewel by the Great Council,,, It has been apparent for sometime --,'!, He had 'tart"lto"r"at"h Kry\\J haveo--n exhibited' in the gallcr- preme {".Council.- ttbil Rite MaSons \ LEGION AND OTHER ORGAN.: Roooevet,policies as-fantastic:, unAfnericafe -

fered. I IThat of Florida and a beautiful standof I|I that Long has worn the West, he told his friends.and to jie* of England: France Germany.: in south Florida and Illu'triom i- IZATIONS TO .nd.... med to fa !ltr-:.
crystals by Minoca Council No. '. nerves of his colleagues: to a dangerous Key West he was going, despite ev- and the United .;;tate.*, and in each Brother Chester F. Wright.: I I23rd ATTEND } be
of Walsh of 13. i point. It has been evident -': crythinir that could be said agcin&t |:>; of these countries his work has : degree, arrived by rail this':' SERVICES SUNDAY I can welded into one voting unit

chairman of the .M..cLu..u..1 Members of Tiger Tail Tribe 19,1 I'' by the tone employed by those hit making; the trip and to Key' been given places of honor among I afternoon accompanied by about: in 1936.
of Key West. who attended the ,' drawn into colloquies with him.:! Wet he came. j I the foremost exhibitor 60 members from Tampa. Lake : Broadly three possible courses

committee: is quoted frequently. Great Council Improved Order of j;'I'In many instances the traditional j -- .--.-- __ ___ I I Worth and Miami. 'i Following their usual custom of I have been proposed:
There doubtless he Red J Men this week in Palatka as rules of senatorial courtesy have:> They were met on their arrival
were senators 1-Revival of the -
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delegates; were also honored. j been discarded in dealing with": him.,I by members of the local lodge attending church in a body on thei republican
says who would have fought the i! C. C. Symonette: was elected! It seemed as if senataors" were out ANNUAL POPPY :STRANGE TRAFFIC who attended to the transportationof i Sunday evening preceding National -: party, under conservative

bill but they didn't know enoughabout Great Prophet; Frank 0. Roberts. ;deliberately to heckle him. the visitors to the Oversea Ho- Memorial Day members of the auspices .and nomination i.ir
) Great Keeper of Wampum; W. O. Attacks Cited DAY TOMORROW\ I LAW\ AUSTRIA tel. where they will be guests un- local American Post will attend': president of some republican
it to oppose it intelligently j Lii their departure tomorrow after
Sands Greet Hishinewa; Paul J "He doe!nt stop sn.vwhrre. i i" services at the Fleming Street with" sufficient appeal to i i.i-
Others suggest that opponents j' Archer was elected on the Judiciary -' the way MeKeliar of Tcnnec.'ec. noon. duce
After luncheon Mehodist Church conservative democrat-:
the visitors asremhled Sunday May 26.
of the social Committee. i I chairman of the senate" pot office LEGION HOLD. .
legislation program AUXILIARY TO MOTORIST DRIVES TO LEFT I to leave their
at the halt where at 2 The has party.
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Fort Myers vras selected as the ,i committee characterized post extended an invi-
him.
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in the .senate feel they are unable meeting; place for the Great Council : "It may be a cabinet officer a SALE IN KEY WEST j| INSTEAD OF RIGHT..ASI oVock. work of conferring degrees tation to all service, ex-.:rvi.e.: Nomination of a con>ei! .
to rtop the mass of j i f r a Iwgim. This it being done by
progress I vative democrat
in 1936. with
senator or an humble citizen but patriotic and Scout a largo.
AREA I IN MOST SECTIONS p Brother Chester F. Wri ht. Thisis Boy organizations -,
such proposals and that the Carl Bervaldi. who attended the I
if he doesn't with democratic .
agree hc: senator I to be the schedule during the to attend this service with following, pach a"-
ner bill was just another wag-1' Great Council as a delegate from i from Louisiana he is
I a scoun ": Alfred E. Smith the
Tiger Tail Tribe returned today. drel and thief." ftrrno" n until dinner' h served at them also to join in the ceremonies on republican -
the program. a \ !, *.. .... (6,0; :; o'clock" after which degree ticket.3Abandonment.
The others are expected to arrive Bailey of North cited' Members of Arthur Szwyer Post stir *rialr Whatever the explanation. labor|, tomorrow after Carolina '' INNS RUCK. Austria. 2.PidureqlJe ... work will be resumed. ot the
the highway May
over l even previous speeches Long ha* I 28. American Legion AuxiKary,' Tomorrow morning at 0 o'clock: May 30, National Memorial Day.'
l leaders were as surprised as industrialists -;,i noon.! .. 4 H made in the senate in which the"kingfish" will open their anual poppy sale, Austria enters the I conferring. of degree; will be continued Organizations expected to be at' republican party entirely. an1|

: at the easy ,victory amiunexpectedspeed. I had attacked practically at 8:30 o'clock tomorrow morning I Ii I; 1935 touring season with the ,best until. luncheon. In the aft- the church service Sunday will include : nomination of an. .t..t.ftdmp.
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I..___.,.._- 'STEAMER' ,GRANADA 'every department-- of' 'the.7' *r*lvel'D-.headquarters.aLtbe.I"ajlace.. .;hifbwaya !it_has had since the I I .moan the visitors will be cnter- members ofthe.L giossJ'ot tl democrat on a "ct n enralue.
Utilities' BL!< tThenL'Tydinga, ,' waV. will ; local inemberahi'p.LYSLE dTmocratlc' --..-
I, theater. |! big But motori-ts till fJ'fnedbY.the Legion Auxiliary or conservativ"
of Maryland has gone Legion Drum
Collapse of the highly touted:TO ARRIVE TODAY]11'0 far ai to imply that I
opposition to the Wagner bill has I Jfctart I something someday which he the day, reid Mrs. J. G. Pwdela -:there the road rule "keep to the GIBSON Camp U. S. W. V.; Battery E.|} Favored
directed attention to another meas- find impossible to settle on : r'ght"; suddenly changes to "keepto Florida '
pr ident of the Key West'Auxiliar National Guard; P. O. S.' Of these three alternatives onlv;,
lure pending before congress-the' AFTER TAKING ON FUEL OIL'I!I 1 the floor of of the Kentucky.renste.I anotherj I. )', or until all of the pop- the left." I I YOUTH DEAD of AP, O. of A., personnel; of t he; Iint.-named would be thor,
Berkley I I At the'beel of automobile I ughly orthodox and conservatives
Wheele -Ra1burn bill, outlawing an the
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i VESSEL WILL SAIL FOR j democratic wheelhorse. has locked i pie ara solJ.I 1. Marine Hospital and Coy Scout : .
inclined nature to be ort
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public utility holding companies j horns with Huey in anything/ but I I Key Westers are asked to remember Austria; H: a country divided Troop 5. S IdoL

-around which is being marshaled FRONTERA MEXICO {mild fashion. And there have been i that there is no fixed- against itself.;: Here in the Tyrol, FUNERAL SERVICES WILL BE ThU is the first time" said Unquestionably at this IwflC'I-' !

an imposing array of opposi I 'I others on the democratic side who. }price for the poppies and purchasers :,': and as far ca-st as Salzburg the ] CONDUCTED TillS AFTERNOON Captain Leslie E. Russell com t the proposal 1 to rehabilitate ik- republican -
Steamship Granada, of the": have found it impossible to refrain motorist keeps to the right In i I
tion. 10 cents or $10, or > manding I party is far more in favor
may pay Battery
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from it with the "kincfish.
Standard and Steamship i I mixing -
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Fruit ;
Estimates ranging as high as company was scheduled to arriveat 11, Many Favor Continuing 'any amount in between those;; sums Vienna and nearby provinces he ;,! I "that the battery has been ir.7iwd than either of the othei'n'.,.
But the difficult! of that ai >
five million American citizen investors Key West, this afternoon from\,' Robin'on of Arkansas, the democratic ie< lizinK.; that the larger the sum must keep to the left. j jI i. to attend a church service in
the greater the benefits to be received ; is Lysle G, on. age 15. died yesterday a many and may easily becoms
demon-crated Nobodyy satisfied with thu
in utility securities are Philadelphia. | leader. clearly sufferers. .1'I afternoon at 3 o'clock at a, body slid while I can't: order them more and more' obvious as tinu;,
The vessel is in the fruit trade:. the desire on the part of the majority ; by rtate of affairs and the question :;
claimed by those fighting this bill of Monies derived from the rale of local hospital. The funeral will 1, to do so, it is very gratifying to goes on.
as ready to "crack down" on members between United States and MexL' ,,' to make the squelching beating the"kingfish" the flowers. which are made by cgain was discussed at a confer- be held this 'afternoon at 4:30 i, know that over seventy-five pri One complication is that an 10'<

of congress who vote for it. can ports. i Long; complete to the by"draw" on the II |, veterans of the world war, are al-, ence called by the minister of o'clock fruln..the Lrfpez ,Chapel to i, cent of the c6mpany volunteered and-out republican right-wii
Their ultimatum, delivered in The Granada will take on fuel,, to reconsider! the vote. lotted to different funds. including. commerce recently. j I the First Methodist Church where: to attend." campaign: could be counted on I II oi

the form of tHbusands of telegrams -,,'! oil at the Porter Dock company i on Long the not move only was left high and that for the veterans. for hospitalization ; The chief obstacle to an adoption -':1, services will be conducted by Rev.. A tribute will be paid to thai]'i I alienate still further the western
and letters, is that this and sail for Frontera Mexico. childrenof E. assisted by oldest and republican independents.
for
and crippled George Summers youngest veteran
war ,
but in the embarrassing; position of rig t-hand I j
driving throughout
"death sentence" (to public utili-,! There is one passenger on the dry veterans.A !I Rev. Shuler Peele. |tat this service and an impresKve Another is that it might fail al >
I the record i,
permanent
of
having
ty holding companies) bill must ship, a traveler on tour taking, ;chow he voted; to give Farley sma'l! percentage is allotted the country are |h. financial I I Survivors are his parents. )1.... tribute will" be paid to Oio:.e who;1 to attract many democrat 1 :> ,

not .pabs. ,, advantage of the rates offered by I cclean bill of health raid the president, to the '1 isial 1 organization. difficulties of Vienna. The city J I and Mrs. Millard B. Gibson; sister made the supreme sacrifice from: party tie is pretty strong': anr"nr f
Strategy Seen this line for tourists to Mexico II a crnnot at th,time the democratic old-liners v'i
the ,
I j, I It is no secret that for a while < i raise mClt\ Coralie Gibson and grandmother -';all wars, it was stated. i >
There are"ihos' oq {the inside', during the summer. word was) paxiedon to giveL! f.;, : : tor new traffic signals and !!irns.It i ..JVlrs. Carolina: Gibson. i*intake up the conservative: V.ITV. ,
'who? expres: \Ii ; belief'privately) ) By next month it is expectedthat I YI There" will be eight boys and an Besides "it' is nqt. easy to .iintf.,-
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the nilent! NowMthaf ) jN h
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that:opponents'' l ihe.,utility. holding a, large number of tourists\ conclusive 'JIrOo( has!i been: gioets1 I14JE( whole 'TIr r"and\ equal number: of girls from theiph"Schoe1 STR.CUBA HAS ; voters. to leave a party: hen! i' j r
country on '
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company, bill arc playing asubtle will )ff It' traveling through'Key. theFarley, vote that dem*:rKts wbo-wilhene as pallbearers -, I tin! power,' afer years,of I lean v-ait
bit l lo( tr1t gy"iti fighting' 1,,}JVfit aqd; Charles Taylor, managert .:. on are of one rn.iad.on. the ,quainn .a:';: ROB ERY CASES t" A isVC .Q g936. ,; ,'these Ni1\tt'i his classmates- : 87 PASSENGERS W .
the Wheeler-Rayburn measure'; j" >Mrjui;i; Dock company in conjunction -' of Long.,many. arlia faor.of! boring --,, : : .: "hi JI.\l-U1Ul'tnterin : at the 'institution.The names A ihird problem Is to fin!1 '1-
They ""know"' : ',the' 'ry 'u'ent's with J. Gerry Curtis, director -! in rt every opportunity. II i iI :.. .. .I I. '" the country by automobile arelittle follow:" ',,,:.' 1 !candidate( who fulfills /the spec if-

EtariH on 'the power quesb 'i They of work operations of the I The "kingfish! i h, re'owrceful! SEVER r'SUSPECTS, QUESTIONED -:,_t{\ as4sentheorns 1)f 10 : Herbert Boyden, Ulric Gwynn. 'I cations as set! forth in the plan
also are familiar with MV.' Roosevelt's FERA, has formulated a schedule: however. lie is said to think more : sticker map which is pasted Jack Lopez Paul Mesa Vance Steamship Cuba of the P. &; O. Smith Nomination Talked
long-standing practice of of entertainment for all tourists: ''I quickly on his feet than many of BUT NO ONE onic the wina-r-icld.: This sHow Stirrup George Del Pino Jack S. S. Company returned yesterday'from ''I The proposal to nominal a
dealing with legislative bodies dat- arriving on the ships. j I1Ii3 colleagues.: | 0 I'w: '1-iver just v. ere to change UsaKyirp Solano Frank Stickney.' Havana with 56 first-class democrat on the republican tirk't,
ing back to the time he was governor HELDASYETOfficers ; menU;"*y and begin kj -p- Dorothy Bean. Sara Ann Bus passengers four second for Key.: seems not to have got; verya""
of New York-to accept t.ie HUGE KING RANCHIS 1 lag::: t<> "ne of f r Me of the r<:''''_ Mary Louise Bonniwell. Xenia West; J 18 first and nine second- among the politicians although .
best possible compromise on apiece ; VISITORS ENJOY i Hoff Mary Fay McClanahan, class for Tampa. The vessel sailed has been much-discussed oniony,
DIVIDED :
of legislation rather than'' SLOWLY from the sheriffs office Madge Sands Dorothy Steadman at 6:30 o'clock for Tampa.. ;{': business men.A .
nothing at alL FOR HEIRS AND OIL FISHING OUTING are continuing their investigation HOBSON FUNERAL Ercilia: Falcon. Ferry Palms arrived from Cuba i;I; movement to obtain the G. O.

The strategy, therefore of opponents } -, I of the. robbery committed, -- yesterday afternoon with -22 ear P. nomination for former Cov--
of the Wheeler-Raybum' (07 Aa.... pres. at the barbecue stand at Division, HERE TOMORROW\ loads of pineapples 11.841 crates, nor Smith is definitely afoot ba- k-
bill, say these insiders is to .,1!>-' BROWNSVILLE Tex, 1\Iay"lt. HEDWAHL and Simpnton streets Wednesday;; i WRECKING\ TUG and five miscellaneous cars. ,: ed by the argument that he \z; -a-
tain from congress the nio..t favorable -A 90yearold empire of cattle II. L..PEET AND J. P. ', night and the robbery of John, Steamer Henry. Mallory of isfactory to conservative repu'uli.
bill possible from their and range-the King ranch HAVE MUCH SUCCZSS IN i iI I Staff the same night. tI } ; BACK IN PORTi the Clyde-Mkllory Lines, isdoe cans and offers the one real moan
BODY WILL ARRIVE TONIGHTON
point of view before the stage for known as the largest private property -I' I IHi I The thieves at the barbecue: this evening with 56 passengers of uniting conservative vot''*
compromising is reached.HABANAMADRID ; in the world-faces a double ANGLING rand took cigars cigarettes and a: STEAMER FROMGALVESTON amWreight from Gahrenton.. The against Mr. Roo ev lt.
threat against its existence.In 1 : quantity of wine. Finger prin**' I WARBLER TOWED STEAMER vessel will take on seven passengers As far the third alternative
CLUB | the natural procession of I were made of articles evidently; j and freight at this port and there was a time when its achievement -
NOTICE heirs the huge estate of the rug-! !Jl!* Peel, general 'superinten handled by the thieves. TO JACKSONVILLE SHORT sail for New York seemed possible, but things!

ged ship captain Richard King, dent jot the Van Hoy company, Staff was lured to a place callfT |t. TIME AGO ; i, ': have changed. Republican lead?' -.
During the summer months this who began to found the' empirein and J. P. Hedwahl superintendent -| Middle Springs and was robbed! .of!; The body of Mrs. Mary Cera iUGHrtENDERRETURNS: impressed with what they int 'r-

club, for the benefit of its members 1846 slowly Is being divided. who are enjoying a shoJ t.va-!; )his-coat: shoes and about $1:. He Hobson. who died in Galveston;!, .WreckingTug: Warbler'ietu'ii', pret a* a definite popular swing
has reduced the admission on And as oil derricks begin to dot.. ration'r in'Key West, have had good was struck. three times on t.e'Texas on April 25.;will arrive this ed 'to' port this morning from away from Roosevelt are far ,,;i1-
Saturday night to fifty-cents Tall ; tiWiijislands( : ofthe< loWer Rio success fishing.and are .very,much| bead fey,some .'blunt instrument , membera and their guests who Grande'' valley, the 'dorri.once pleased'with, their visit which did not cause any serious in-( ]R. Mallory due to' arrive 6:30 a steamship which was djsab/led'/ : on in 1936.
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have in the past enjoyed delightful reserved ,for cattle herds is While out Wednesday they jury it is said. |$1 time and danced in the most changing. !I brought in a fine catch of amber-! : Several suspects have been picked -' Funeral services: will be helj 3 II.clock |I Wednesday morning May 15. a'' Lighthouse Tender IvY. with possibility u at bottom of the
beautiful and enjoyable place 1 in: 'At its peak, early in the pre'jack, tarpon and barracuda and j jI up and grilled. but officers have < tomorrow afternoon from radio message received by the PorI Superintendent W. W. DeBi,ritt. heap.,
the city of Key West. '. sent century the King ranch'' yesterday caught a large number'' been unable to secure sufficient I the First Methodist church: where!I ter Dock company announced that of the Seventh Lighthouse District -
The present management of the reached its maximum area of i of barracuda. bonito and mackerI information to warrant any of I the body will be placed at 2,:; the American Steamship Mana- on board returned to port
club as in the past, will" continueto about 1,500.000 acres. It contain.1!I el, besides others. them being held. ;
conduct the club in the same' re.Tctful cd an estimated acreal J Mr. Peet has been visiting; Key ::1 will officiate j I I I ehinery and was disabled off Jnpi-' lights on the east coast. i Tomorrow Night;
manner and trust that the at the time of the division among:[ West for several years and has become LARGE RATTLER KILLED Pallbearers will be Clarence ter. The,Ivy sailed Monday morning!!: WELCOME DANCEFOR
members and their guests will appreciate heirs this year. a firm believer along with I ]Pierce( : W. S. Balms B. C. Mo-j!!! Immediately the Warbler wan for Miami where an inspection: was VISITING MASONS
the efforts that have been i Oil rights on the ranch have!I hundreds of others, that Key West CfcESTVIEW. FtaratU -; i reno V. A. Johnson M. Gnichard notified and after taking on supplies -] made of recently constructed: Music By
made to"please them. j t been leased by the Humble Oil &:I I furnish the finest"sport for the:! snake measuring 7 feet 10 inches.! ind William McKillip.Arrangemenu left for the location given! minor aids in that vicinity. After-' Habana-Madrid Orchestra:

THE MANAGEMENT I Refining company for a sum said j I i confirmed angler to be found any- with 17 rattlers was killed : ] are in charge of i made fast to the ship which was)ward lighthouses on thereof were' Script SOc Lao;ea Free
may24-lt to be 5.00"0,000. I 1 where. -' Iy, by W1. .1''. Edge of this recent-l Jl I[Lopez Funeral Home. :'towed to Jacksonville for repairs.}inspected. '

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1 fu t PRACTICAL EDUCATION i i I I future on those of the past It!i Amount. Key West's quota has
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UNUSUAL FACTS REVEALED! WEST IN ;will readily be seen that the future:11 1 been placed at $5,300.. and it' l",
I If of Key West as a leading port is j ]predicted this amount will be
1alulcl.laUy'Rue.t landar B7 An Intelligent contribution to the cur1
coPc.. : { assured. ; quickly raised, since it i is for the
TUB CITHKA L. P. ARTMAN.Fron r".LUH1NQ: ..........c. rent discussion regarding what is desirablein I I -67bfoniegpodi he rt DAYS GONE BY t; i i )protection of widows and orphans

Th. Citizen LaU41aa. the way of present-day education was t t I t Happ.aiags Her Jest 10 Yea r.;. A party of 12 research investi-!! of those who were killed in the
Cor*.r Orem and, Ann Str.*la made by Dr. John J. Tigert president of''f flofuu Rur lul tfr rtrarf' tlfvct Ago Today A. Takes Fr.m !'Tutors; are due to Arrive in Keyi[ .world war.
Oneuutfmfililiith fit**caLma. The File Of Tie Citise. '1 1I t'Welt! this week. They represent i.i i.
t.lr Dally newspaper' In Key. peat and Monroe the University of Florida, who declared i 1I I'i the leading institutions of learning'in ('

County.rater. that the true purpose of education is.to fit the United States and foreign'II KEY WESTCOLONIAL
.d at Kay W *t. Florida. ft* second class matter I I Editorial Comment: The folks I countries. They will board the
citizen HOTEL
the to well
serve as as to live. who that
are continually claiming scientific research yacht Anton'
F1FTT-SIXTH TIE AllMcMkec He draws attention to two schools of the, country 13 going to the dogs. II Dohrn, of the Carnegie Institute'
In the Center of the Business
.( the A.-el.... f'reee current thought, one of which would stress I' I I are usually the last ones to aid inI I and leave for Tortugas, where re- '
exclusively entitled to nee and Theater District
.La Aaoclatc4 Prema Is ., I I preventing the catastrophe. t search work will be conducted during -;i
credited
dl tche te
:.1' rcpublicaUan of all new p .. cultural education while'! the other would
It or net otherwise credited la thl paper'*nd lathe t the cummer.
local ne_. published hero. chief emphasis vocational train I i, Fint ClanFireprrS..iLI. -
place upon .- se.r I Th. banquet given the:Senior"
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EDITORIAL) ing. He admits the validity of both but I class of the Monroe County High; I! Wednesday has been officiallyset Rat.

1f1MTlONAl ,he would not go to the extremes sought by | School in the St. Paul's Church as the day on hich the Amerscan COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEI
/93S Parish Hall Friday evening was''!!'! Legion Endowment Fund
the advocates of either. He favors a'I |given by the Altar Guild of the'':1 i Campaign will be launched and Garage Elevator

LBSCIU1T10V HATK balanced program of education,,with sufficient church, and not by the Key West ,two teams wit canvass the city in Popular Prie.
tI
Ime Six Months Tear 410.11[.ea I flexibility to meet the'needs ot"each .:fib a : j I Woman's Club as announced. ''an effort to raise the necessary!! I It .

Three Month 1.11 individual. {a t t _, ._ _- -, -. -
deeMonth _. ...aiWelly j I C. JL Hull was included in the I I --- -- -- -
.e.1S While not minimizing the value of r arrivals in Key West this morning
ADV>;aTlelxe RATKSMe from Maryville, Mo., joints TheCitizen's 1
". known on af'pll..Uoll1I1'a.xUL cultural studies and their absolute neces- I
editorial staff. Mr." Hull BEFORE.YOU
NOTU/K\ :: t4rpect sity for those who would enter the learned TRY I
All reading a.Ucea. card of thank., resolution .( t j is an addition to the news department BUYi
r-bltuarr. notice,.etc, will be charged. for atU.e professions, Dr. Tigert points out that I J HoltCota I : and will make his daily ....
; rate of : cent a line.liuiifr L I
for entertainment br chnrcnea front which "one can not live by culture alone; this is staff is M e4tC6,f 7prsvrwMu rounds beginning tomorrow in
I rvmne I. to b. derived are 6 cent. a line. ? itarch of news,and any co rte!'ies Free i
for Three
..._ true of pet,Duutf,
Tb* Cllla n I* an open feram and Invite 41. especially the great mass of our shown the new member of the MonthsI
.. .. kcrbtullrtuxalao
0oit of I H.blI l a and eubject of local or general a:
titcreat. but It will not pnblUh. ..noqymo.* communist citizens who must engage in pursuits which lw q 1Gr I ))1Z JllfPus'tUUAf. vA force- will be appreciated by the I
ton* management I
involve the use of their hands. I I

Few are, so deaf as to miss. a whisperof Practical education should be plannedin 1tkksa Bwki One of the electric light polesof I II

scandaL accordance with the needs of the in- .3 lhs.of lease tabiueo 04 16 fxuJuGcfuqaseta. p ,rarrta i rRrG the Key West Electric Company! I Ii

dividual in preparation for his life's work. Mxr uvt' lutd. bfJ the 9 I took fire last night owing to a I i 0
U&fis nriu foLUd "Guirovx. tk short circuit result of the '.
l& iJu tins ajJuJ. t aeof as a I
Dancing numbers naturally include ,At present too much time is given to pre- f
f AwaAith9eruat; rn JQf heavy winds out on the southwestern -
good figures. paring for college entrance examinations ..... Jirrr B1u-Iu end of the city. Alarm wa.I I 1 I II
Bounded from box '224.. with the ,. -oi.
which'only a small percentage of public ? I .
T'-:: fire apparatus responding; ... !'. '(
Happiness' )is ,in. ourselves, not in our school pupils will ever have the opportunity --- .... '.' ....- ,

circumstances "j., ::1. "' to take. The needs! of those who ;Everett! Russell, connected with r" ., ... .f ,
school the of the.Texaa Oil Company, located at '. ''''
must quit at end grammar or I
( TODAY'S WEATHERTemperatures the: porter Dock yards here, has .. ',:, ... .
Many sins Are'committed in, the name high school courses should have- more con been, appointed manager of the

of senatorial cbu"rlesy"i'; sideration. .: Standard Oil Company in Key I

.* i.liras Charleston, S. C., and Atlantic West and will resume his duties at

Kindness of heart doesn't always extend BLOOD TESTS LEGAL Highest .............._...................89' Ga., 29.84 inches, has caused once. ELECTRIC There is only RANGE ONE( will way do to the find job out whetheran

to the pocketbook.To Lowest ..---'..-.____.........._.....80.: showers during the last 24 hours The Citizen today announcesthe I of it. That's by testing it with you expect
Mean ...-..._................................... 84_ in the middle and south Atlantic candidacy of L. R. Warnerfor in your own recipes ,
Legislation recently passed.in New Normal Mean ............................80",and East Gulf States, except inI councilman of the Sixth ward. your own kitchen. That way,you find out EX-
I southern Florida, the rainfall being ACTLY what an electric will do under
keep flies away in August swat York permit courts of that state to use RaiDfaUYesterdsy's I j Air. Warner is so well known that range your
| heavy in northwestern and own system of cooking.
their. great-great-grandparents in May.It blood tests in cases involving paternity, I northern Florida, Pensacola 2.02 Ian I introduction .is superfluous I
: Precipitation 0 Ins.; Suffice to say that "Bug," as hf The West Electric extends
unidentified infants and the like. Similar .. .13 In ."'! inches, Apalachicola, 3.62 inches, Key Company an
Normal Precipitation: is known to his friends becauseof I
invitation to ALL customers to make this with-
is said Al Capone fears he will go laws have been effective in Italy, Ger- .T.... rrrard .*...r. :.&-.... pvrted and Jacksonville, 2.70 inches.I his connection with the state out cost test
.. .. or obligation.
.1_ at N v el.ekkl. moral** ;There have also been light to
insane in prison. he is plant board has since his arrival
Maybe
only crazyto many, Denmark and Sweden for about ten 'moderate showers in portions ofI
Tomorrow' Almanac here identified himself with every I The Company has such complete confidencein
out. I Texas, Oklahoma and Montana.
get ,
years.The Sun rises .m"'"'''''- '.' 538: a. m.. movement for the progress of the the performance of the ELECTROMASTER
existence of four distinct typesof Sun sets _._........._... 7 09 p. m.,The northern .high pressure area city and has ab all time boostedfor RANGE that it is willing to place a three or four
It is twice as dangerous to ride in an human blood was discovered in 1900 by Moon rises .........-._12:43 a. m.; overspreads Lake the and country from the a bigger/ and better Key West. burner range in your home on trial for a period of I
Moon sets .................12:40 region upper Mississippi' I I
: p. m. three months without obligation on
automobile than take Dr. Landsteiner any your part. I Ii
to a trip on a regularair of the Rockefeller In Valley southward into northern Because of the of
Last quarter 25th .... 4 44 a. m. proximity Key
passenger line. stitute. These blood types are inheritedby Texas, Duluth, Minn., 30.22 inches West to Cuba and the rapid transportation I i At the end of the trial period you pay ua only
t .
Tomorrow' Tide es, and Oklahoma City, 30.24 inches -'
facilities for merchandiseto $1.25 or 1.75 month
children from their parents accordingto per
A.M. P.M. causing abnormally low temperatures that country and those of South
Italy! forbids the exportation of gen exact and well-defined laws; and an in- High _._ 3:35:>> 3:20 from the central Plains America. Florida exports have increased i SEE US REGARDING THIS PLAN

uine antiques, but this will not prevent dividual's blood type does not change Low _........,.---___' 9 06 9 56, States eastward over the lower 45 per cent within a short r
Americans from lugging home the other throughout his lifetime. Barometer 8 a. m. today: : Lake region and Ohio Valley to period of time. Cuba's exports Electric Service-The More You Use
Sea level 29.94.WEATHER the middle Atlantic States, with have so materially increased that
kind. The value of the test lies not in pro Alight l frosts, reported this morning the Hand Republic now holds The Lower The Rate

.. 'I I ing that a certain .man is the father of a FORECAST : throughout much of the Lake re- eixth place in the world's exports.In .I .

The waste of' capital is- assigned as certain child, but that he, could not possibly f JKion, and heavy frost in western Florida ports of exportation,I The Key West Electric
Pennsylvania Key West held first place and hasheld ; CompanySPECIAL
one of the causes leading to the downfallof be the father of a certain child. In (Till 8 p. nv, Saturday) Fair I!I G. S. KENNEDY. that place for several years.
Key West and Vicinity: :
th"f great Roman Empire. Are. we other words, if a child is of a certain blood tonight, and Saturday, preceded Official in Charge. Rainy the export figures of the t -

treading the same' path? type, any man of that particular type I J i........................ '--- ----
could possibly be its father; but if thechild's I
I In IL.
Teach children not to rush into blood is of the type it con- j Today History ............_._.____ .. ...... ......-.-.- .- .- .- -----------_..
your wrong --------------- --------------
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the street before looking up and down, and clusively proves that he could not be the 1 I Tm5'

allow;them to cross only at regular cro.;.<;- J ,1543-Died, aged 70, Coperni- [ i I
father.This cus. German foti'K>r of modern SALE
ings. That precaution saves lives. test is valuable in cases of in- I astronomy on the day b.s: famous!

heritance or where infants are sometimes 7 work, "Or; the Revolution of t>>e

There are in the United States re- exchanged through carelessness or intentin t I Celestial Orbs:" nas published. I H i --- ON --- \

liablet: computations state 1,169,000 more hospitals; also in cases in which a man ":

than 21 of accused is given scientific and infallible Thuedersbower. Fair 1844 Historic d*montr l'on I I:
men women over years age. falsely a ;,of the telegraph-"\Yr-at hath I I It.

When one considers that this minority of means of exonerating himself of by thundershowers this afternoonor God wrought sent by Morse .. rniir

women take the jobs that belong to men. certain charges if his blood is of the wrong early tonight; gentle southerly from Capitol in WaoI\on: ; : to \s

most of whom are heads of families, a very type to make substantiation of the charges winds shifing to northwest or I Baltimore.

plausible reason is found for our prolonged possible. north.
Florida: Fair tonight and Sat- 1875-American Bankers A3o depression, ,and vth.e} > ensuing poverty in urday preceded by local thundershowers orlraaiudt .

particular cases.z TURNING POINTS this afternoon or early to- -

S. -" 1 'I mgtt in extreme south"- portion. 1893 Anti-Saloon LeatXe\ !, i

The endless Qhain. 'of,letters isan understindable -'- Most persons of .middle'''age and be- ll.tksonViJIe to Florida Straits: formed at Oberlin.Ohio, by ':;Dr.
hwet winds i, over. 'Rasseil. I Q
H.
t iD4'f-b.f ca4Xse the first ones yond may look upon apparenyy.: triyiaj.oci 1 and gentle* south- "t5lX915Italy: .: k-; < UViA1'2 jljl
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in on the chain get their( returns As the currences which seem toJ 'fia'e} f.flange ,hiving to np thwest. pr north -.p. .,..1 s V 4
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flickers -begpardon-the chain %ang- their lives. A chance meeting; a- fortuitous ove south portion' and' mostly : entere4lthe\ war.30Amy !,;ythiirtl; i fAISi :

again beg.'p parcfon-tnT c tuun 1 lelterVriters remark, a casuaTTetterror'evcrf; an over overcast south weathe-portion tonight with ,showers aru1!L Johnson,. British\ I .. ... '' a tfI .,

-continue to come in. But even here the accident, may mark a turning point inone's day'fair. < flyer, ended 9900-mile solo flight i
last in-and in East Gulf: Gentle to moderate;at'Darwin, Australia. r'5V .1\1
ones they are great numbers course. .
northwest and north winds.
-get stuck. Does anybody remember Such ordinarily unimportant events : Patrick Henry's favorite desk :

520 per cent Charles Ponzi? which turn out to be far reaching in their WEATHER CONDITIONSA is now the prized possession of
his great-grandson's widow, Mrs. :
consequences most often have to do with j'
slight disturbance that is central Richard Bruce Carrington of
Germany's five most popular Amer. matrimony. But in business and other relations this morning over the Caro. Forest Hill. Va.

ican writers in the order named are: Sin of life these minor happenings also

clair Lewis, Theodore Dreiser Thomas frequently have a weighty influence.It A I :

Woolfe. Upton Sinclair and Ernest Heming- is related of Disraeli, the Jewish ;..-. I : dj :

way. In Holland. Dreiser leads with boy who became one of England's great Your Vacation

Lewis second. One of the most popular prime ministers that his turning point >| I I I:

Yankee authors in England in Charles G.Norr. through fist at school .
: came a fight as a If you are going to summer school, or plan- I .

Hemingway despite his "Death in consequence of which he changed his placeof ring a motor trip or any journey. you will feel\ f f1' I : i

the Afternoon," is not populara! ." pail-! I residence and_ l ll.in.. #:with..friends,:. kv oaided' < afer.a1ld; more at ease if you are sure that the *\v r !j

O. O. McIntyre .. him in getting started on his brilliant funds, you carry are protected. Let us assist you d .rS -V S rzzr: I Ii

t career. Numberless similar instances may ;;: in procuring this protection by converting your I IS :' : SI

During the French revolution, the be found in biographies of the great ,and g travel funds. intoAMERICAN-- i i

people were reduced to the. eating of near-great, in which chance or.small happenings I
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grass and in reading of thi.:\ deprivation led to fame and fortune. EXPRESS TRAVELERS
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we are overcome by a sense bordering on Sometim.es, too, they lead in the op- CHEQUESIF I

horror. However in an address to the posite direction, as in the case of Napoleonwho THESE checks are lost or stolen (nn- I.Qhcat
16-Piece Set $ 1.00
American Chemical Society, a scientist is said to have lost the battle of Waterloo countersigned), the amount involved is refundedto .,

says"that grass is a good substitute for *which changed the whole history of you. In spending them all that is necessary is .

spinach and carrots, and that it tastes like : Europe, because it rained just before the for you to sign them a second time in the presenceof .

malted\ milk. So pity for the French : battle, causing his cannon to be mired in the one accepting them. W Horida. Cot tracting & Engineering Co. i|

revolutionists has lost its regard in.this r<.- the mud. ---FORSALEBY___ ... '
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spect. Gras mixed with "gras" a la Thus while carefully planned efforts FA : ; 598 White aDd Eliza Streets

Francaise will probably prove a most delectable : count most:, a great deal often depends on The Fist National Bank of Key West' I.:- "Your home is i worthy ofPAGE'TWO the beat

concoction. But for the present whether one gets the lucky or unlucky ................ .......................................................

we'll!!.stick,tq spinach! : ?,. 7'--s "breaks": in! ,the' ..game of.life. ..,:,_" .e1 mmmS :
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SERVFCIT ttNI I eeeeeeeee..e..uem .........................

FOLLOWING I DfABTONDBAlE : CLASSIFIED l f
HOWDY KEY WEST!

.THROUGH DOWfB\. LEGION GAMES TONIGHT ,_

SPORTSI I : COLUMN
I I I i I By RED KERCE

........,..(By...JOVE....)........ DIAMONDBALL GAME YESTERDAY There will =games of dia-f........................ .55.55.555555555555555..

The Stv 4Lo S. Cardinals hare RESULTS;IN \j, mcndball tonight. In the first s i FOR REIn er's Amplifiers can throw a speak'
voice JlUrt'than mile.
provided Dizzy Dean with a secretary -f !,game the Garage will play the Bayview a
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I. BICYCLES-WE' RENT Who'll invent
to keep him from answering SCORE OF 11-3 I by: the p something to throw
___ thousands of chain letters i Park. Hour, Day or Week. Repair |the speaker the same distance
and to Ir
In the second the Light
game all makes
and paint them with Editorial
i I comment. We don'tknow.
keep thousands of fans from I
ea.l5l..5.fee.eeeee.ee5.5e515..e..lll..5e..51.DOINGS shaking I house will the Cuban Club.
play
I Ku-EnameL We carry a full i i However wouldn't that be
t CUBS ADVANCE TO his pitching hand .. James (By JOVE) -
The first wil start at 7:45.
AROUND THE GOLF LINKS J. BraddQC}(. on the government'srelief The Service ten defeated the 'I game supply of parts. Agent for the j I a mean trick to pull on poor Kate
rolls not : I Rollfast and Dayton Bicycles.!! Smith just as she reached the top
ao many months American Legion at the Barracks The Daibutsu of Kamakura, one
SECOND And sell them low
PLACE BY
I ago has gained 26 as as 55.00 [of the mountain with the moon!
pounds since
l yesterday afternoon. The final.Lot!!F r the most! famous images of} down and $1.00 per week. We I
(By GRAVY) ![becoming the No. 1 cchallenger I score was 11 o 3, ,and with this!Buddha f in Japan dates from Buy and Sell an makes of used I

.......................................- .-.- .- .- .- .- .-.- .- .- t DEFEATING GIANTS i j I probably for Mr( will Baer'weigh' crown 195 pounds. and on victory the league isnow in a I I[[.1252. It is 50 feet high wrought Bicycles. Phone 276. J. R. I likewise.People who speak briefly spend

A lot of the boys failed to he 'Of bronze, silver and gold.LEGALS Stowers company 515 Duval
anivoe.the is
one playing but when he wasseen m! June 13> the day of the fight I three-way tie for-the' lead. 1 I i I i
Men yesterday afternoon,I playing No. & be ball street apr9-tf
put a ST. ,LOUIS CARDINALS ARE Frankie Frish has become No. 1 The leading batters Were Mc-
but oa the other! hand a lot of the F ton the green; of Now 1 hole. As squawker:of the big leagues Cullough. r I In grandmothers day there
boy
of 10a.t'j. 175 degrees Fahrenheit .j t fun and. Fred was hard at work to IN .. who came here with young the pitcher Tampa I safely in their only official times!],r-\OTirK OF 4PPI.IC,\TIO,( FOR I I were given whip action who
HARD-FOUGHT
On No. 5 tee the heat: > beat Ike and Pete which he- suc- TEN IN. outfit in October won his first at bat. Mack hit two safely and j I II 4 I TAx DetiD WANTED; TO RENT UPSTAIRS I showed their knees.!!

indicate on Berlin Sawyer's golfapparatus ceeded in, doing;,'by.making a.t)7.) KING BATTLE game in the Three Eye league he I Ward one, and Ward walked three '!j! BRIDOET Notice U CECILIA hereby HALPENNY.holder given: that. furnished room and kitchenette, I -
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showed ISO, but that''j.. -- is with Decatur. Ill. Manuel I times. P. White hit three out of]J;>: a* assignee of State and centrally located. Address Box I With the 90-day divorce law
extra'.was caused by: him ,burning "Handsome Horace,." minus a Onis, the catcher who came here''' four times up. J1'I County. Tax Certificate! Numbered M\ care of The Citizen office : established, write your congres-
1 !IiI! dated the 2nd day of August
Up on accocunt of a coup!. of other I partner elected. to play a round Special t. Tfc. Utlaca) with the same club, has been shipped In the field Nodine I A. D. 1926, has filed said Certificatein may2%-2 tx i man now for a mail order coarse
golfers living him the run-around. by himself*but beforefinishing he t NEW YORK. May 24TbeI by the Brooklyn club to Reading Douglas I II my office and has made application in law.
Berlin ought to know bjs. this time I I and Ward played well for the lIeni i:'' f.r tax deed to Issu.! thereon I
|f had played: with nine other /layera.at I Chicago Cubs moved into second in the New York-Pennsylvania'I I la accordance with law. Said Certificate WANTED l -
never to answer a whistle. especially :, one time or another and when j place in the National League standing league Bill Terry, manager of I i ice, and Lopez. Hopkins and Villa- 'I embrace the following de- -Young white girl to
it ncrllted situated in Monroe .do light house work. Apply 610 I The man whose word is his
given by whose property
a guy i leaving, for home was invited by by defeating the New York the Giants, once was a deadly enemy 1 I real for the Legion. County Florida. to-wit:
initial are P. T.. But let us get on;Charlie- Hogeboom for a matchwhich I Giants. 6 to 4. French and Root : of the sports writers has so :I Score by innings: R. H. EH of SWVl of NBU of NWU Griffin Lane. nr>y24ltxWANTED : bond often speaks with disappear
Kith results of the 1 I and SE% of NB,4 of NW>4. In i ing honesty.
game I
he had to refuse on accountof were on the mound for Chicago, reversed himself that he has builta i Legion ...100 100 001- :392 I Section 8. Township (1 South. I I _
something t.eing.uJ1ent.!: i iFt simmons and: Chagnon serving special press room' in the New 1! Range: 34 East as recorded in -A chance, to bid on I:
It must be Cookie Mesa that has : the losing aggregation.The York clubhouse. In spite of the i Service 023 013 llx-11 14 2 Monroe County Records, in tbeo.nt.t your next printing order. Thtj![ More than 30.000,000 eggs

to 'get down town so early in- the "Mumpsy" had an 87. Willie' St. Louis. Cardinals triumphed !' Ballyhoo concerning the fighting)II t Batteries-Tynes rend Baker; P.I[I }9orids. Book 1010.St..e A3. page Si*. of 1 Artman Press ng7j i 1 were: produced on Americas farms
afternoon I of Joe Louis the White Ortega and L. 'Powell The ansessment of said property .last year. We feel thankful, any.
because he .
and old Bye Kemp a 94 'and Melvin Russell a'' over the Dodgers, 8 to 7, prowess negro I Ii / I:I[ under the said Certificate issued -- I'
Sands started in to playing about 98, so it looks like Eddiewon the in a 10-inning batle, dropping,the |i who will meet Signor Primo Car-,!! 'Summary: Errors:-Jones, P.1 wan in the name of S. L e I PIANO TUNING way that every other one didn'thatch
Lbe
noon t rcause they were :finished match but I'll bet you a 25c piece Brooklyn club to third place in the 'I nera next month we.have. been I Ii White;.'DoT dcch, Bake. .TwoI -}j i redeemed Unless said according Certificate I to law.shall tax I I'I'II [ a blue eagle.

and on the way home by '5 p. m. that Doc Kemp got some free bee National League,: column, ;The i tnfor'ntedthgt:.}fig does not look a I;bye? I hTfn < M-rC+lfftTJftf8.; ;R... 'I I deed will, lave thereon ou the 4th PIANO TUNER. Laureano Mo-
Howevi r. they were having< a good: and enough, 'dunesto take wife.: Cards secured 18 hits, includingJoe I bit like a Champion when the going : j' Hopkins Koller P. White. tMV of June A. D. 1':J3.: II reno. Excellent piano for sale I In New York a miniature barnyard -
Hated da-ot May Aw D.
time a id Louis Pierce. able kids I Medwick's ,home gets tough :. Dolph Camille, .r'1 .hlal3rd' I is being erected in public
was and himself to see the movies. run 'whjlp\ '' .bases- Baker. =Sacrifice hits- 1 :3J.: cheap. 1018 Division street. I : a .
to play nine holes with them, after Some of these days Melvin and i the Dodgers obtained 15., will nofanemfa, prize"fight; :'be Fernandez and Struck Cimuit Court Sr.I.I' m23-lmoi paj-k. We learn from an un-

which x>uie.haad to play by him Eddie are going: to figure out whyit 'I'I The Pittsburgh..Pirates downedthe :hilse it was his brother FranfcieCampbell [-By P Wnil/i! Ortega.by Ortega' 1,out by *. of the Circuit ROSS C.Court.SAWYER.' Monroe i!i ,'authorative source that' several

self. harlie Salas and Louis is that Doc always, wins. Boston Brares,7, to lfc,behind who waaj killed,in a California i Tynes' ll WalksitBy Tynes 4 by .". Florida. i I FOUND senators will be employed: after

Cruickshank went out fishing, butI Maybe it's on account of that cheroot I the excellent pitching of ,Swift ring by one of the explosions White 1 1. Wild mayl.t.li.4UlXOTIF. I congress adjourns to. play a well
*" by Ortega pitches -
don't know why. And Samuel he U always chewing on' with the opposing: : team using of fistic dynamite' from the ; OP APPMCATIOX FOR FOUND-In Hawk's known animal part.
Channel
Ephriam was home. sitting in his Doc admits its his clubs and oleo i three hurlers, Cantwell, Rhem and :right hand of Max Baer We | ball--White Powell 2,1,Ortega Baker 2.1. Earned Passed I I TAx DEED I j" about three miles off Fort Tay-,i
reeking chair having; a big time the handler of Benton. are riding with Mr. Baer to whip I Ii '
same.; But :Melvin Service 7 I Notice is hereby given that I lor, white boat with round boti Huey, ain't to ahare-
2.
I runs- Legion Time yon got
all bv his lonesome.. He the |: Mr. Braddock, Joe Louis against BRIDGET CECILIA IIALPE :-Y.
says ; had better his book and dj The Detroit Tigers defeated the
get out :
1 hour and 20 minutes. i torn; 12ft. keel 12tt feet the-wealth. But make these
Umpires!, [ holder as assignee of State and overall i re-
weather u too hot and h. needs a little studying, for be is makng : Boston Red Sox, !& to 3. as a resultof ,I Primo Garners Barney Ross Albury Hale and j 1 County Tax Certificate Numbered ; 4-foot beam. Owner lief aides
Sawyer. may case give us a bigger
vacation,. anyway' ''a many high scores lately. And which: they went into the first against McLarniru. We lost hope I I 8j*. dated the 2nd day of August' Nathaniel ,
with, Lou Ambers when we picked I[ A. I>. 192. has filed said Certificatein recover same by seeing grocery order.
Kirch. the summer, pro, delivering -' division. I in the cleanup position and Baker I' my office, and has made application I Clark, Sr.. 224 Division
Charlie Ketchum. and "Pious" washing, it looks like Eddie These were the only games him to whip Can oneri The Li I i for tax deed to Issue thereon t
leadoff man. I predict that before street within 30 days and paying : The first part of the body to
accordance law. Said Certificate
Yankees their In with -
,,
William thought they could take I has it much,top easy. played in either of the major are warning I long Cates will be the manager ]a i, embraces the following de- for this advertisement. i mature; a scientist declares, is I
friends that the the
on U IPummer and Russell Kerr,, leagues all others being postponed I I Tigers are of this club. Mark this statement -'1 scribed property situated In Monroe -,i may232tI the inner part of the ear. But
team :to beat in the American County Florida to-wit:
but account of rain, wet groundsand I
"Papa" and Li put the skids: An army of about 27 dozen was on
League and not the Indians. In a I Lot 4 of Oov. Lot 3. In Section I very few tell less than they hear.
under Sunday School Charlie and {playing in the next outfit and cold weather. -- I 8. Township Ct South. ROOMS

Hokey Pokey by the neat score o(> through the dust and haze could be The summaries: I I the Jamein: umpires Philadelphia ruled that the Orville other Jor-day The local club- will go to Isla-.!i Range Monroe 34 County East, as Records recorded, in the I Is. i They're making jam from red

I 5 up. Li says he and partner had seeen. Clem Price minus clothes. NATIONAL LEAGUEAt morada Sunday to play those veterans Counts of Monroe State of I "THE UNRO"-RoomA $2.00,,[! pepper. It will now be appropriate *
Phil did not hit
Willie R- H. E. gene pitcher, Florida I BOOK B4. page ISC.
cussing the ball and finally Bobbyy Spottswood looking "cute"in Chicago Whitehead, Cardinal infielder witha a double-header.> we will i The: assessment of said property '$2.50 and $3.00 per week< to refer to a jam sandwichas
,
ready to have a fight with any and them, shorts and shirt to match, New York ._-,,-- 4 8 3 I carry the best there is in the city I under the said Certificate issued I Double and Single. 128 N. EJ! hot stuff.
ball Whiteheadis
all comers and when nobody would !( and off in the distance was Curry Chicago .._._ 610 2 pitched. Now i to play them and as I said beforewe [ was In the name of Ward A. Rob. 4th street, Miami, Fla. .

argue he started in to arguing with| Harris and: Berlin Sawyer, who flatteries: Fitzsimmons. Chag- thumb on the the,bench result nursing of that a broken same | have Griffin Ingraham. Casa, i,erte.Unlese said Certificate shall be j!I i f may24-lmoxj. A Kansas City: professor is perfecting
himself. Which Willie shouldn'tdo. could always be heard. It seems non and Mancuso; French, Root Bethel, Salinero and Lucilo for j' redeemed according to law tax J grassas a table cereal.

Maybe he needs to bend a j that ,Joe Lopez and brother were I and Hartnett. ,more pitched proof ball that. .the all of Umps which are is born one mound duty; Hale. Ubieta. Castro, i> deed day of will.II.Issue. A. D.thereon 1t3. on the 4th j'', FOR SALE i That't O. K. We might as well eat

couple more of his new clubs. He,also going along to stop fights t I AI Acevedo. Sterling: and M. Ace-, Hated this 3rd day of May. A. D. r 4 grass as- gnaw core.
Pittsbu--; When Stark
( blind Umpire .
plays better when they are bent or or arguments that might occur. i At R. H. E. .1. vedo for infield; A. Perez, Gopher' lU FOR SALE-Cheap, child's !crib;
i
half broken. Somebody said it Anyhow Berlin with the help of,(Boston _______ 190 I chased Dizzy Dean out of the park AI Rodriguez, Sevilla and.Q. Lopez I Circuit Court Seal.ROSS C. SAWYER. I in good condition. Apply 405, A considerable amount of brau

wa that new hat Willie had on. Ecb beat Price and Harris by ascore I' Pittsburgh _..-_.._._ 7 11 0 I the other day. the Cardinal pitcher for the outfield. Who can beat us 1 Clerk of the Circuit Court MonroeCounty. Grinnell St. is illustrated by those who cons-
it looked like a tourist who was off I' of 2 up. So the next time Batteries: Cantwell. Rhem. Benton i said. "I wish I had $100,000" ; I'd with a club like,this Florida. maTI.lt.11-4-UI!1 I may24-ltx tantly see a silver lining.
We
for a ftehing trio. But anybody you see Berlin he wilt ten you how I Ij I and Spohrer; Swift and i sockthat ump's nose. .
that can play with Li giving off a s it was done. Incidentally! him Grace. : : have never seen Hank Ford or
I socking
Andy Mellon anybody on
broadcast has to do it naturally.You j jif he knows what player put three 1 1i :
can't think of anything except i balls in succession in the pond last I II At. St. Louis R. H. )E. the nose.

what the lighthouse boy is dissem Sunday a. m., and then with the :I Brooklyn --,-----.. 7 15 1 -.
inating.: And Willie needs quiet, I fourth ball walks to the other side St., Louis ._.._..... 8 18 0 I AI Lopez, captain of the Brook- \
too-he ought to play against Berlin 'and lays it down and says the last : Batteries: Zachary Leonard. | lyn Dodgers and Tampa's only big %. i

,. Li and Tim all at one time. two ones he put in the, pond were ] tango and Lopez; Walker. Har- leaguer last year erned,the reputation FIRMS !

I no good so he won't count same. rell and Davis.Philadelphia. baseball's. No. 1 squawker. -
An electric combine of Grooms' One reason Mr. Sawyer played I In short :Mr. Umps. chased

and Ayala took on the oil trust of'|good yesterday waa to keep away at Cincinnati postponed and fined him a half dozen times

Ike Russell and Pet. Taylor with I i and ahead of Mr. Taylor. When I rain and cold weather.. for quibbling over decisions. During Who Rush To Give You Service-Patronize Item

the net result that all was a draw.:I you visit Mr. Sawyer a few years ; the spring training, however,
Pete had a 45 on one round, but from now you will have to take the AMERICAN LEAGUE Mr. Ford Frick the new presidentof
on three holes he had a zero. Now train and get off at a little town At Boston R. H. E. the National League, made a

whether that is mote tha 10 or I out in northwest Florida. And Mr. I I Detroit 582 special trip to the Dodgers' campin '

less than nothing I can't say. However T. will be a whole lot responsible! Boston _'_'_ 391 Orlando to personally urge Mr. BARBECUED

ye scribe saw him play ;.;o.i j for the change in Mr. S.'s address. |i y I Batteries: Rowe and Cochrane; Lopez to pipe down. The resultsis JOHN C. PARK ROSES
C and did it perfectly. Almost : Maybe some of those shots of Mr. : Rhodes. Hockette. H.. Johnson. a new Lopez quiet as a mouse. SANDWICHES THIS SPACE

had a birdie by geting a good Sawyer's were the "irresistible" Walberg. Welch and R. Ferrell And now some of our saner citi- Prepared the Old.F..bio.ed

drive a brassie to the green but : kind. : Berg. zens are urging Mr. Roosevelt to 328 SIMONTON way with aU the trimmings FLORAL PIECES A
12 feet short and then missed the I Bill Malone beat schedule by the| import Mr. Frick to the White ST SANDWICHES of .11 triad

putt. Ike was in trouble twice. l tune of 8 strokes and beat Sam- St. Louis at New York postponed House and sic him on Senator SPECIALTY 12 Insertions

but missed a putt for a par. And uella by the score of 6 strokes. ], rain. Hooey IOe 35e
all the time Ike stays on the right-t who. in turn. beat schedule 1 4 PLUMBING TO PLANTS aDd VINES

hand side of the fairways and I stroke all of which makes Bill Chicago at Washington. post- In- the last averagesof the COLD BEER

aomethnrt! on the next one to the very, very happy Indeed. poned, rain.Cleveland. Georgia-Florida league, I see Wise, Sodas. _Eta PER M.O NTH

--- -- 'here..Ghelo Castillo is batting SOUTH FLORIDA '
DURO'PUMPS
PAY us A. VISIT' .:
at ,Philadelphia, postponed I2 c0i ,
These
eeeooeooeeToday's eesae. : :; averages are up to&nd >> 1
LEAJIJESTANDICSAMERICAN ; ; ,,wet, grounds, {inelude games of May 20,, He PLUMBING SUPPLIES' ":Yl.e Greet y.a With a, Smile" NURSERY -

..........0............. 111t played in 23 games to .this ,; ;' ,,,,, ART'S !rAR.B-QUE.. -- ". ..tD 3 0'O'- "
%pate and ,in the,field he is playing ,
LEAGUE;' Anniversaries ,Today's Birthdays 'good game. He has made, ''five .PHONE,34S-. Divielos: tad Simtoa Sb. PHONE 597 '
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Club- w. L. Pet -.NO: FLlE5-
Chicap _. ...._..18 .9 .667 ..eeeeeeeeeee.*aaeeeee ........................ miscues in ,94' -chan es'!:

New York _._17 12 .586 1816--Emanuel Leutze Al'lerLt Justice Benjamin N. Crdoza of
In the Central Florida league, HAPPY DAYS AXE HERE
Cleveland .._1511 .577 can portrait and historical painter -. the, U. S. Supreme Court, born in William Catea was batting .333 in SELECT SEA FOODSREAD-
Detroit _._.16 13 .552 INS U RAN C EJewfiala.
painter of the popular "Wash-; New York City, 65 years ago. the last batting averages released
Boston. _.. --15 13 .536: '
ington ,Crossing the Delaware, THE KEY WEST
from this league, and Baker has 2 1Ia. 3Sc
Wa'lhillJton!' ...__.U 14 .500 ;,: born in Germany. Diel in WSS9.I George R. Putnam U. S. Com
played in three and is batting
games YeIIowtail St.alr, 2 lit. 35 Office: 319 Duval Street R
Philadelphia _._.. 8 17 .320 '
I inctonjD. c., July 18, 1838. missioner of Lighthouses born at three hits, one in each
St. Louis ...._." 5 19! .208 j'! Davenport la. 70 years ago. and has been at bat 11 times game.272. Yellowtail .a Bo., 2 lb. ZSc SUNDAY STAR

NATIONAL LEAGUE 1819-Queen Victoria of Brit- Now they are both fielding like c-.pe. z lb.. ""-" 2Se TELEPHONE NO. I

Club- W. I.. Pct lain, born. Died Jan. 22, 1901. j: CoL Clarence O. Sherill of Cincinnati -|big leaguers and Cates is batting S.......... z IM, 25e
I American i So6slri halt tz Per Yen
I head of the new
New York ___.19 !9 .679 Mett_ F'IeL. 2 lhe. 2Sc P
Chicago ..._._1611 ,! '1835-Charle* Coopen... noted!' Retail Federation, born at New- THE- Tr7 Tear M..1. At
.593/ Weat'
/ Key Only Sunday
Brooklyn .____18 13 ..581St. i Jesuit educator in America, p -o-j ten, N. C., 59 years ago. I FRESH SHRIMP

Louis. ...._ .17 13 S67:fessor of philosophy: writer of j I pares' Dtbumco RulaiaaDf
.... textbooks born in Belgian Died) Dr. Harry E. Fosdick of New FREE PROMPT DELIVERY Citizen PORTERALLEN. _
Pittsburgh .__._ .. ..17 17 ..500'Cincinnati Bus Deaa Office aew.ieev Em IS.
.........._._11 16 .401'' in Chicago Dee. '14, 1929. i, York famed professor of practical: / RUSSELL'Si'CICAR
LOWE FISH COMPANY"t SIlL c..n. Dien.
born in Buf.
theology and writer --
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Philadelphia _._ 8 17 .3220. COMPlAInT
Boston .._......_ 8 18 .303',I 1850-Henry W. Grad7 famed, fate N..}?, 57 years ago. I II PHONCISI PHONE Si --- I'" 7t.t a. $5.
Southern orator ana '| -- I

GAMES TODAY I born at Athens Ga. D George Grey Barnard of Newt]I STORE0

lanta Dec. 23, 1889.1852Maurice Journalt//York. famed sculptor born at'' AARON M tCONNELL

AMERICAN LEAGUE t- Bellefoate, Pa., 72 yean ago Our Rep.tatioza ia Wrap. PRITCHARD AMERICAN COFFEE
536 FIe.a.
,St.eet. '
Cleveland at ''PhitadeIPhia-1 of literature F. Egan. professor :Dr.. Ward L Thorp economist ---0- pad in ft'ery packace Now Offered in 3 Grades
diplru
Hildebrand va. English ; ) : FUNERAl. HOME-
Detroit at Boston:-Crowder vs. mat, author born in Philadelphia., member of the Federal Alcohol Baseball Returns t of STAR, lb 25c;
Gr.ve. I Died Jan. 15, 1924. j Administration, born at Oswego, I T>,5
Chicago at Washington-Tietjevs. \ N. Y., 36:years ago. By Were orate. PRINTING Di aIfie ,. 3y'ak' LARGO':1 18c;
l 1854 Richard Mansfield. Docta v. s .
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St. Louis at New York-Coff- aMOng America's greatest nctors.}, Mrs. Lillian M. Gilbreath of DONE BY US Buy It At Your Local
COME IN AND
man vs.. Gomex. born in German. Died at New; Uontelair, N. J., noted consulting GET THE I 0
j jNATIONAL.
t London Coniu, Aug. 30, 1907. i engineer born at Oakland, CaL,I RESULTS OF THE I WATCHMAYER, JEWELER IJCENSED EMBALMER Grocery Store
LEAGUE j .57 varaago, MAJOR BASEBALL -THE-
Routed in Key West by
Leas York at Chicago Schn-' : AND ENGRAVER,
1855 Sir Arthur Wing Pinero- I
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coacher vs. Henshaw. British playwright, born. Died! BENJAMIN. LOPEZFUNERAL. See Him For Your Neat Work ARTMAN( PRESS Aa"s: SenNa STAR COFFEE MILL

Brooklyn at SU Lonia.-Bengeivs. Nov.;; 23, 1934.Legislation HOME -- ALL PRICES REDUCED ,.
i Dean i j EtteUfeaW 43K Yw5l CIGARS, CIGARETTES, Citizen Bid. ''A1TEJIfDAJCT 512 GneDe Street

Philadelphia I at Cincinnati I passed by the)! l *, w..... OUwtAmkmbwc I SOFT. DRINKS, Hearst .. 13-1 ts It PH 0 N E 5 1. Phone 258Opea

Walters VA. Derringer. general assembly of North Carolina -' L4.Hear s.nL l ETCL SabINa Nlsbta Phase J.U N.... Sl..pa

BosUa. at Pittsburgh--Belts vs.I in 1913 makes it a crin for.!; d L.L.ta.r : i ,

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I IYS KISS NOW AND THENBy

NE :-: SOCIETY ': : AUGUST I


-.... ........................................... ... ( STEPHEN COCHRAN SINGLETON)
21-50,1935
ITHOPIIar JIi-- RfJt tee lonely being like hlnmlt. he WM .....................................--...........
./.a. I* cvtntrg sows ntaW.i longing to meet Alison who would Key West Melody Hour Last,
lwadon to metl lor talker.oltntiaU -
(View or opinion ea. all the "Reds" that could be laid
..I... r a..*c. Bt tht *o.*. i admrled b. sure to love her-ten page of
... JlUott t* .v44nyMroalMi his neat sloping hand bubbling over Evening Was Grand Success protect ia The For an* arc | ii.d to end .rom here to Moscow
ar a konlU. cr *+mrfwitfc 'writer '
h md Kkf m *Wi. : runt with his new-found love. solely thoa of tKo would be incapable of doing as

,from ki... *.4 ttofftd by sper.s..bl. Alison bad felt rather ashamed of and not of Tha Citizen.) much harm to our respect for our

,***'young U. ...wa..r.A..u*./ with koras.Tk.y tckomho not sharing bit delight. She bad The fourth Key West Melody "Spring Song" by Felix Mendelssohn One of the columnists with a government; as has been done in
.. ha+f /....J notktof<< ..l >*. Hour last an allegretto grailoso: of ,; ': ; y Tallahassee during the last few
but presented ruaf
tried to feel was
bdAt ...uc.. kewer.' ... tkaa genuinely pleased enling,1! national reputation points out
they f.nt .... AU... cannot .. .tsad wkp tk.r. n. "'. at lanai, I Again the that the cutest way to gets aa Florida
technique
fabd elegance. Steadily we see our
,aba and ber father .
so happy together; /
...r..taa !*. ho>u. if her lather von Mietk-LiHba. ,. U. D. W-;.: ,The x. ., t article read is to start with
luead.d .. ....f key tkerc. in the bo'luaya. bad bad such : vioUn':ot Gerald Saunderi.'with out being degraded to the status ofa
fun! The thought of .this third per musical waa.a n1Jr'splendid success : Mies lUowJes at the piano," 'sangthrough' the words "Huey Long". s road house or worse. We com-
and-quite.a; fit new faces
son made ber afraid. ; : the room playing *-LeCygnV Whatever we may think of the' pete for the laurels of dishonor
Chapter five appeared, in the audience,,. ,
\
What would Mrs. Burners be like? I The Swan) by Camille man, his deeds or his methodsand with Reno with our divorce laws

ABOUT MR. REDE Would she understand their small The first number.on'Theme...prp.gr.m. : Saint-Saens..: ( we do not do all our think-;, and are consoled with the re-
after the Provisional
then the whole thins was so Jokes, their hobbles, the deep love Swig,in A, was the "LustspielOuvertuere7 'The' same, composer's beautiful! ing on'these subjects along complimentary flection that it will mean businessfor
,BUT between them-or would she try to li 'Heart'.At Thy Sweet Voice" lines) our hotels. Few of us would'
by .Keler, Bcla, poly neverthelessi I
cut loT .'drew much applause for Mrs. there must be some thing! open our homes to the Pantage,
'When ber father bad lint written ed with, finished technique and;
A widow might mean anything::' Sawyer. Her excellent handling in his message which continues tot the Ray Wileys and the exponent
to say thai be meant to lea Lon full understanding of the spirit of;
forty-fifty-perhaps twenty! Her enhanced the give him of the of progressive matri
doe.aOd look for a house In the Mrs. Mary of this composition ] a hearing in spite of unconventional game
r t
eoaatry. be bad sketched ao'outline father gave ber no inkling. Alison the composition by flowing, charmingmelody... I 4t" : i iN address. H. G. Wells! mony who have made Hollywooda
.
.I the klrd of place bo wanted: bad telling herself tbat sh. was-being Elizabeth .Grillion Sawyer organist "Fruehling sehen" (Rustleof ttf( ) in a current magazine points out reeking stench in the nostrils -
I
selfish bad tried to write back at the First Methodist Episcopal s
mentioned Oxfordshire as a likely Spring) by Christian the fact that Senator Long has a! of decent people but, movie magnates
I and bad failed. bad Church. Sindin"1
warmly They
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spot. since his fiancee. Mrs. Sumer., Al-' was a masterful present positive idea and that his opposition to bring their pollution toI
much for this
planned so together The "Stephanie-Gavotte" by
wanted to bunt Miss Knowles. Beautiful runs seems, for the most part,!I this State which should be consecrated -
I
year when she left school-and Czibulka was then rendered'by 9 9T
phons of to howl "That isn't !" and rest I I to the establishment ofI
like precious
'A golf course not more than a few now? She bad ended by sending a Margaret Zinaida von Mietk-' sparkled a string I so
mile off. some rough hooting, a telegram of congratulation. the gems. Th-composition; Was played -I content with negation. Which i I American homes.
Lauba, who regularly plays I I
good tennis court gardens nothingtoo in magnificent style ,with le- never gets anyone anywhere. Long h there no balm in GilcadT

tare but room enougb to put up SERIOUS and thoughtful girl Provisional Theme Song of the, markable lightness and ease. 1 ago it was discovered that the Indeed there is. The pendulum

Alison's friends-she bad read that A older than her age although a Melody Hour. Next was played, As a climax of the 'prCient"-1 best defense was an attack. |I, swings and the business men who
the rhythm of!
tbe letter wltb for It dreamy, swaying i were hornswoggled into weLI
part of a smile retroussft nose and round child-like tions the director of Reading the Congressional, ;
was Ilka ber father to want : Edward Mac Dowell's "To A WaterLily" -, At the Invitation of ; coming raring with all its grand
everything
face made ber loot younger the gave a splendid interpretation of i Record we seek for the secret of i i
and want It Just so!, bad spent thirty-six apprehensivehours I by Misa Dorothy Mayfield a selection from the opera "LaTraviata PRESIDENT FRANKLIN ,D. ROOSEVELT the power that continues to be]i and its ignominons: chisellers! now

to the very first few moments In traveling from Switzerland to I Knowles Mietk-Liuba at the piano. Commodore I by Giuseppe VesJl.I SOjppOScoutsWillBeCciinpedattheNation'sCapitaHorTenDQYSi manifest in. spite of defiance of|:'demand tbat the foe be lessened.
interpreted :
fide this house she bad thought It Dover determined .that whatever von sognd ins) .Jik ,fl1OlRdtri under. 1.; ) of the of America all the conventions We note al Iyanly I a question Jt
the 25th"
"Herzen ,und Blumen" (Hearts: .u tpC eihrate i Anniversary Boy Scouts Uttllage! .tecki } d'',SJ\ t.
i and 'FlGwtrl-).!'bt. Alphons .czi-!I r.i\MlUljpiAt.d! trer.t !ofitl'pll .t"stthG, ; ___*"l.em aa".'** A.Y*abl. ,deb *wowl-.0'1' .. "" ; prodigious memory andean..energy oJ\rilttL big aial 4t'UqaiBben
i y-T J lit '
bulka. ?Jt"wa,'-like':.ibo qUet..t>f''Il lYf'.sWtt.laf1llUir4fl' ;by UJihe.,It ;.1 awev a..e.4'A..k.I.r Apac.h..ll.k TutIoor ,.. which seems tireless. Most notable I ,] 'r ked oftt1 '

inmp dgrel4xriug his! ..tl e,i uba. .... of all is an adherence'to an_ idea'.
roses withlong:! etei e"fUBsgthe'room ;{I inUa ilryItaa3, \.' $fautuugly !'\" t... .0.- '----r;; rr :;;;-:::; an adherence which renders fruitless is toj-g fwli 'too'tjeautifoff.. tilt o
with 'fragrance.; //, >M1 let { car r Mee.ee..p..o..h..l.. !.... ....r.1 lovely to let hospitality degenerate. -
I{ the
Rathlglparvho s. hopeful efforts of his
}
"Miss Knowles at the '.! ,
Gerald With WVUrs. .Cb .JQiWi plan' 1 j I ihe.\arfas created: How tqcilluN ioa.t. :ER's-0'N; : j:EN TiP N I?II colleagues to divert by means 6f into. prn! tjtiitinn. _

grand opera. improbably ten. slurs the Senators's endless pro- t-'Mk
of the ]Eps-cpali Bermuda Meat t
J1rlh( )Uetho.djst ; I der the andantino. .bi! ,parts! e.oea.e.g..eee.eea..ae.t+e..e..s.e..a...1 paganda. His opponets furnish
Church played as a violin solo,
the "Ave Maria" from the opera,'I Bach-Gounod's"lmmor\3l "Ave t rauic .'Fkitas left yesterday!I J. M. Thompson, formery! with I II 1 i him with his ammunition. When Large Shipment received Hens ;..

gyp : AI. "Cavalleria Rusticana" by Pietro Maria" by JUab Knowlei and'tier. afternoon 'for a brief visit with 1 1I ]I thej-ailroad, is in Key West vi he has decoyed Senators Robinson just
Western
Heavy Steer
Me.tQuj"k
MascagnL\ He interpreted this aId Saunders was the last numberon relatives-arid friends in Tampa I II i i t ing'his host of friends and is and Barkley into deriding his

I. Ir wonderful selection with g"eat the program, impressing its'I I'companied by his son, J. A*. t.-I'I"share the wealth" idea he produces Phone-861-W Service-Free Delivery

tenderness and expression. spirit upon an attentively listening Mrs 'LarS Henson was an arrival son. They will remain a few the speeches of President Roosevelt -
|I I Cor. White sad! Virgiaia Su.
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This composition was followed audience. The strains of the Pro. ,yesterday from Miami for a longer before returning to and quotes the words verbatim --- .-- -

by Mrs. Sawyer's presentation ofa visional Theme Song closing the: visit with her'family and friends.!I home in Espanola'Fla. I I from numerous passages in
the President's addresses before
delightfully Viennese Melo-ly,!|I presentations<<: intensified this! I ,

"Song Without Words. Hat ability ': feeling of uplift. Thus another Joe Stickney was. an arrival yesterday Frank Wolkowsky. who was in I and after election. If the idea

on the keys portrayed beautifully Mtelody' Hour came to a close. from Miami where.he had Key West attending to matters that our country can not endure BARBECUESANDWICHES
under continued
concentrationof
the ardent feeling of this(? The Key West Melody Hour hfts' been- spending several weeks: withrelatives pertaining to the family's realty I a
wealth is well founded (and it
; ., 9Kc composition. j I established itself as an important I and friends. -. holdings left yesterday for Miami, .
to be let
seems ) Us
The commodore then played the factor in the musical and cultural -- accompanied by A. B. Kantor who reserve some

"Reverie"<< (Devoted Hearts) by life of our community, and it is Ww L.. 'Bierer assistant keeperat I is associated i with the Wolkowsky I of able"our statesmen censure! for who those have"respect hung
'' I
Scott Clark. The piu mosso parsage gratifying to' see the attendance Tortugas lighthouse, who was I II interests. back from a crusade so fraught

was full of passion, like a, increase. The enhusia.otlc.applause spending his quarterly vacation in.i I with peril, and left to Senator

1, promise to a loving heart; and the after each selection Indicated the; I i :Miami. With his family, returned : Mrs. Elizabeth Zurhon r9io :) Long to raise th5 theory that Pres-
trio persuasive. ]!!'deep appreciation of these music' yesterday to leave for his station.![i was spending; several months with : ident Roosevelt't promises must C

Miss Knowles rendered the, lovers of Key West. 1 1I t [I her son-in-law and daughter/ Mr. be kept.

I I I |I and Mrs. B. Curry Moreno left
---- Jack Baldwin, special l investigator Governor Sholtz has been insistent
Wednesday afternoon for her home
[I
----. Ride for the railroad company. ar- upon the necessity for our
Postpone AnnouncementOf i in Washington, D. C.
Tha chauffeur: objected to the lonely drive. rived ,yesterday for 'short business -i vigilance in protecting the prin-

Of Wheel Club Engagement ;i' i .Y sit. I iI ciples of 'representative govern-
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strange that bo should take anything she herself felt she would not let -- :(1 -- NOTICEBids ment against the insiduous attacksof

quite so small so dingy and !It show or cloud her fathers happI-- There will be no meeting of the Mrs Edith Henrique's annooncjes Mrs.J..Y..:'Porter- and daughter the "Reds". We believe that \
will be until the
furnished for Robert accepted
shabbily Rede. ness.
Coral Wheel Club tonight the of her l left yesterday afternoon for Miami
as pre.; engagement daughter ) 8
28th of the month at
present
If not rich la the sense of millions.
After all. If she did not like ber
was comfortably wealthy and All. stepmother, it would be easy to geta I. viously stated; it was announced Miss Leona Henriquez. to, .. where, they will spend, a few P. M.,- for the painting of the PALACEEdmund Curb_Service
today.So i Raymond Felton son of William days with relatives:
seas Mrae in London was big well- Job; with the allowance which Cuban Club ('nthe outside two
many members of the organIzation Felton. Lowe-Victor McLaglenin ,
fqrnlsbed, and well-run. ber father gave her she could aCordto coats. Further particulars maybe PLAZASANDWICH
Travel, good hotels a good,cook do unpaid work for'charity. She were unable to make the The wedding will take place in H; L. PeetKe":; r.l .u erintend- had .by seeing Mr. M. Castaneda -

and a good school for his only child had worked herself up to a point ride that it was thought best to the near future, it is stated. ent. t'the Van Noy'interests and at the Club's Office between The Great Hotel Murder SHOP

--her father bad never stinted hlm- when her love for her father bad postpone the gathering. J. P.Hedw.hl.upel'intendent. are the hours of 8 and 10 P. I John Wayne in

solf in any of these ways and Alison swallowed every other feeling when Exhibit At Local .... in Key West for a brief vacation.I'ljo'ing M. The bids are for labor only; DESERT TRAIL 503 Duval StreetSTEAMSHIP

Baa wondered as she flashed ber dismounting in the darkness and the Dance For Masons Convent the fishing., the Club reserves the right of .Matinees I0-I5c; Night; I5-2Sc ,

torch: Into room after room whether rain she had stood In tbe porch of Sunday accepting 'or rejecting any or all

this lonely little old bouse up on tbe this house, ringing the bell. Tomorrow NightHaban..M.drid JR. Stowers left yesterday afternoon bids. -- -'- ----..

Sussex Downs bad been chosen for And now. Arrangements have been made for Atlanta Ga., accompanied CUBAN CLUB. .,..-

him by tbe stepmother-to-be whom "It's runny." in those two word J Club will sponsor I for an exhibit of school .work at by-his nephew who vasj i May 20-3t.Mo .-,!ed.-Fri. Co.

she had never met. she framed all Her doubts of the a Welcome Dance for the vis. the local Convent on Sunday from spending a while in' Key: West as' P&O
:
If so. she thought her father telegram his letter and this queer iting Masons\ tomorrow night. 9a.m.to5p.m. a guest: in,the Stowers' home. I UNITED STATES FAST

would be terribly disappointed! He arriral. Her father, who bad always Music for the affair will be An invitation i is extended'id all -- .MAIL ROUTES FOR

bad always been fussy about details been so careful. even-fussy, for her furnished by the 'Habana-Madrid\ to attend and view the students' Robert II, Givens. sr. left yesterday GRAND REMOVAL I

and by no stretch of Imagination safety! Orchestra. work to be placed on display. afternon for Miami after:! 1 PORT TAMPA-HAVANA-WEST INDIES

could the clrl conceive his liking The man beside her had been SALE I Effective March 18th, 1935
this house or coming here to picnic watching her face anxiously and ,a brief visit with. relatives and :i' Leave Key West for Havana

In It all alone. now be said quickly, the way J ........................1 I MANY BARGAINSAT friends. Mr. Givens came inWednesday -atTHE 12:20 P. bi.Leave Wednesdays and Saturdays

Very odd: yet the telegram tbat looked up In the attic while yon were over the .highway" and'' 'I Havana for Key West Thursdays and Mondays I

she bad received only a few min la the bath if your friend the beauty POPPY, DAY 1 1i returnedby' raiLHerman'Holtsberr. HUB'SMEII4'S Leave Key West for Port Tampa Thursdays and Mon-

utes before leaving ber school In cbampton'a up there be must be bid- HUB STORE I DEPARTMENT days 6:30 P. M.Ticket. .

Lausanne, had been perfectly clear. fog In the water tank and laying up i ,, ",I II : son of Mr. .. Racervatioa ..
enough pneumonia to keep him I By...1j1OLETBARKEi4! = 1.1\1: q. r apt. lsst.l' e..bMrs,Vevri.s Holtsbera- Mho.. .J>.t....few *Ur*Jeh to buy Dec'', .Ph-Ion.. ,,

"I JANfi'OT meet 1'011-a8 arranged. quiet for months." .....'" ". .... ...., !;"h\!t ttLOIf'1! rM4.A Re.v__ Irus. nnil, ".P14 av'f4 was upefidiM'a Jew da.va, J i Ljgh grade'f mcrcbandUe at J. H. ,COSl J.).R' .:'Agi.' t.1i '. I

r-Com*,direct %the. Croft House. "I don't understand: It" AUsoa I. fi aleilatio'.Tbeuqg parent I))p t1 'fstl'aar" )qfl'Jiltt'I..W..y prites Jess !Jf*{ {cM. Below .

Ytb iey.f\Sussex.' Pot., later than was frowning."He must be hiding Saturday->'Poppy'Day< vhnAmerica fj, ; >>eIJ"a.;De1Att.rpep1"ip.I.st 6e1.hest;a sttY>sstl Brett; It 4.;*m. late,.watt there fork somewhere In the house. ."*. 't I 'wiU tonor ts World War:I fHIJ(114J1ew Ifayslrlore.! EtQ, 4dI idaJJniversity. _mast' bargaJBs i o. sale.'SIIff --::-----

>*.ahem Assuming that yon really ''saw I dead. Million of..tAmtt'' !af4s (Hit:I LWt e11Pt; 'ciiats sPlie,;lfaredbgrgpeFiofeFllellalf 1 i
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wished now".tbatshe bad Mm." '!;( every part of the;Country! *wilt1 wea* !! the mtiona. *.*-, c + +
'k- J. Angll, t'p fj4 : P,5; !:7tic.f';: Blacks: ,
k 'the.rwlre Instead 'Or tea ring It -Oh. 1 did He kept shoving bright.:red poppies till+show they .g" I'\\sh.\ Bllt witlrihel aedpue for noril,1ik..nd Ui- and Soo I

up. Her boat did not Get Into Dover against the door trying to get Ins I still remember and are gratefulfor .,tfor:ltne last.neilipgtdayet7 t rieJi.\ttP.r.H aIof : east.omikRp: it. who. Tans on sale _.. _1 '$1.49

until eight; by catching the' very Besides 1 couldn't have Imagined the services of those men who Hundreds of Key ,Westers,have ie nav.na for week on --uw

next train she reached Warley by anything so-so beaIU'IThe !" gave their lives in defense of their I visited The Hub and profited by were bnorineSreturned yesterday one 'and ; CAPS-Whites .and 15c 1:7: 41 t i 4,,
j I
10:35. frowned. back in Darks ...., ..._
young man country 1917 and 1918. buying merchandise at prices less after a short stav with G. N. Go-I| -
The chauffeur of the car which "llm. Well he's not In this house I Here in Key West the women of I than cost. In an advertisement' shorn deputy collector in charge: OTIS UNDERWEAR-Sleeve- 43! !

she hired at tbe station did not know now.,Wave been over every Inch of the American Legion Auxiliary, carried in this issue a few of the and others of the Key West unit : less,Shirts and ei nn

her know father's the house name quite but seemed well and to It, Haven't. wer"Yyea. .- unit offer of Arthur Sawyer post wilj\I many sale items are listed. left on- the steamship Cuba for j I IT.mpa. .Shorts,, 4 pieces .. OX.UU i USE ILI1

the veteran-made paper pop The in disposing of all
purpose j i
poke of It having been sold WIUTE' LINEN' SUITS-All
as recently "Well then obviously he's gone. I ? I
pies to the public for sale. No the present stock is to be able-.to
; but the man bad made You'll admit that. t Sanforized PreQ g QC
price is put on the poppies, but the I!I in the location'with W.eka. lnv. i.e.dIi.i.m Ii
new only OU.JJtl
rather a fuss over the six-mile drive He was arguing with ber tears open i Shrunk, all sizes .. IT'S PURER!
men and women who buy them are '{ I
I the freshest and highest g..adeI THESEMINOLE '
so late at night and bad dumped AllIOn' gently as one reasons,with a child. :
asked to give liberally! as the entire merchandise to be had. I j MEN'S SOCKS, Plains and I LASTS LONGER!
luggage In the porch sullenly, "Yes. But 1 saw him. 3
: sold
without waiting to see ber Inside the The proceeds from the sale are ]I -; I fanciest fo19c:
young man'a eyes twinkled. Q1
used locally in welfare work and 35e on sale ... i
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I ment hospitals throughout the II
house before he started up and You passed out. you know tot ICE REFRIGERATORS
in the state department to care I PANTS-Lot Z- 1. saitable
drove away. about two minutes and I was pretty I country. : I. 4
All very strange and very disturb- busy bringing yon ronDe!. Yon also for the hospitalized veterans in j Mrs. J. G. Piodela of.this city elcb Ai:, ; for Work or Dress White I i Made of all metal-equip* '+

ing. But then she bad been disturbed let out a yell that was enough to three government hospitals locatedin i I M president of the auxiliary and ia )!., i I _Light and Dark SSe : 1' ped with WATER COOLERS )

too by the news contained In scare the dead. Sorry but yon know Florida! at Lake City:, Bay Pines, asking that every auxiliary menfLerasslst at Shades-. -- ---,r,r.-sv.r I ) t

her fathers long letter which bad what I mean. Don't you think your near, St: Petersburg! .and Keg 1n* the sale and that ev- ." ,$: *"'lokr'e?t. gular or i 1% They.re Economical '

come two days before that cryptic friend mayve taken the hint and West.' rrt/ ifiz n'ot Key West remember if$-J'' '- "'TIigh I WaistsPANT6 variety of } v h

telegram. cleared?" ., The poppies to be solcL'thrQugh-: theif duty 'to' those who offered I : :. .'faiiJes' and 100 Per Cent RefrigerationSatisfaction

Engaged to a widow whom ha had (Copyripkt,tfrrEvalpa 7t.WbwJAlisos out >he state'Saturday were.made, th"ejr live to protect. their- country daek.Mtlde- ,.F't.vi4e:.. -- -; *i f4rnf* ._... __ .pat$1.95..__ .
met out In the south of France the I ? tSfi i ,
by disabledveterans at, hese hos IS years ago I ; tiI .
!: 8.(11i1SCtfr .
Soft
CHA' t4V.HATS-Lttt of
moat charming the most sympathetic .1 eachfor'their 4'1 1 !
pitals.! They wert paid cent
doubts, tomorrow bet: ; I J awe-tfeY+ ... i Priced at
person he had ever met! A rticucriToday's ,- : .labor bjf..the.-=.s& tate departmeet. 'eII ekaMALARIA where b.n.au'you will find y3.$ ;;::'tthw ..1fI'-1.25 and I rl

of the.Auxiliarywhich;, also : _I.rt ..< >.tl--.t...a _...1 1 -.fl i ["on 79 7
; ; ter of great ljnaifcrt ,efec j ; isi-L. .,... C [
bought the material from.'the :national 6' 6.6 ; f.i.l. v ) --.u- j $30 $35 1
I........................ and
The U 3 Ays SLAM SHIRTS
i organization. money (GRAND -Any
KEY \WESTFOLK ..
i A steer rtrc. b.iNi.R
Horoscope received for their services providedthe Is tae hart .f Ike size i and Collar .or Sleeve
EASY TERMS 10
I COLpSt' lt"l DAYS
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........................ only means of employment u.-.TaW.b o--. }engu.SI.45e.ch, X4.00 "FREE t
STOP AT MUNRO thee hospitalized men have bad in lint' "*'. Every Room with br 3 for uu___ ..... TRIALTHOMPSON'S
!!! Today's native will be fluent: of months. .fin- MOM Drapt : and Shower Bath Radio fclectrlc'
I t' TONIC LAXITY Ceiling t'an. Slat Door, for Summer I SHIRTS Wonderful assort, '
in with! I I ICE CO.
speech ready emergency The poppy is the badge of remembrance Ventilation Comfortable Reds -with. .
refined tastes and lover of art sacrificed Mattresses of:Inner SpringCon mint of Yale's. Touchdown,
A Miami hostelry which has a I for those who I
THEATER INPhone
MONROE struction mod individual 'Read both soft and stiff collars
become popular with Key Welters and music. It is rather a Bohemian their lives in their countrys'service. lag Lamps.- .

visiting in the Magic City is The nature, with a roaming ten-I It stands for the highest Tim McCoy-Sheila Manners in RATES- s. t ::5-: high, as QQf i No. 8L
$ at .._.,.....___ '
THE PRESCOT KID t sl.sle; m
Mnnro. 128 N. E. Fourth, street. dency. Contentment is a strongfactor type of patriotism the public can .f a I

Outstanding features of the\' in this life, hence the most!: conceive because while it honors Kay Francis-George Brent in n HMB n.>MI.,._Private Private Bath Bathe -_* giNs s.seL POLO SHIRTS, any color any I IIV ll i ;

Mcnro are its nearness to town may not be made of the talents j the dead it helps the living by p roe UVINC ON VELVET ::::.. Private Bath- : .:. ::: size regular $f.OO: CC/* L i1
14 Private Bath .
.S30 tx
and the reasonable rates on rooms. for there may be too much happiness vidinjr the necessities of life for I!. Saarylc B...., Private Bath .... and $1.25_, on sale, m J Jt i. r
Thin. hotel is a regular advertiserof in the life to spur. the native j families of thousands of veterans; Matt..., Bal-.y, 100 t Ordp H>LIGRT'I CKKASB" rOR'DOrDLI.J 1 Irni>''ik I_itiiml r! MH'iilrliilSjZttLuhi /

The Citizen. I Ion to attain fame. who'lie in beds of pain at govern- era, _IS-20ct Night, 18-XS_ *. OCCVTASCT v'.'


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