The Key West citizen
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048666/00039
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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: June 12, 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: UF00048666:00039
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[Associated Service.Press Day Wire 1 Key West, Florida, has the

I For Best 65 Interests Years Devoted of Key West to the tEtJ' e tP Citizen( t I most country equable; with weather an average in the

range of only 14 Fahrenheit

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I Many Congressional Members. Now Turning


-Attaining- -AcademicHonors- ------ :, s11.t"NOW t 1. PROPOSED Jose Lucas, known to hundred-,-when his room was entered he,I: Thoughts To Activities Of 1936 Campaign

I '' was discovered on the floor. His'
of Wester "Bilongo" was
Key a*
New Alphabetical.l.Honorl COURSES FORM1DWIVES I discolored face indicated that! -
TO BE GIVEN IN ORDER TO found dead. this morning on the death may have resulted from an I II I"I'.tIIT1.I'111
J IV..4T
Being Added To' Many TOBERESUMED GUARD AGAINST TYPHOID; floor of his borne at the residenceof I I attack of apoplexy or indigestion,I II Pending Legislation In

Members Of Washington UNDER DIRECTION OF SOCIAL Luis Oride, corner of Eaton I The sheriff's office was notified -:. LOCAL NAVY YARD IN DARK Congress Has More Or

and Chief Deputy Bernard:
GroupBy SERVICE DEPT. and Whitehead .treet j Waite other attaches, of the office II Less Bearing On Politi.

Mr. Laces retired shortly after I I and Justice of The Peace RECOMMENDATION IS MADE I PARIS IBj AMrtate June .-Press Love) has

MRS. EDWINA HODGES. PUBLIC Relief clients and their families Frank O. Roberts visited the I received its fir.t cal SituationBy
10 o'clock last night, it was .aidl home after which a coroner'sjury FOR $22,300 FOR REPAIRS ., serious setback -
HERBERT PLUMMER4Ur will be able to take typhoid in- in Pan.
HEALTH NURSE, WILL I was summoned. I I
Amarlalrd Press l'WASHINGTON noculations beginning Saturday, by a member of the bou.ehoI4.1 I Members are Patrolman Rex TO BUILDINGS The prefect of police suddenly -
gene astern
Mrs. Nina Ryder Johnson, director : He gave no indication Shaw, Fabio Ohvieri Armando I -- (By Asaeeiated Pr..)
honorary degree harvest is in full PROPOSED TRAINING of social service here, raid this Machin Charles Manuel\ John warning that kissing i i. WASHINGTON. June
[ ... f bidden 12-
badly but said he wa tired and Nelson and Cheche Perez. Witnesses tlty A elated Press i
wing among the great and near morning. The anti-typhoid treatments -II WASHINGTON June 1. la cafe and restaurant Now that it's .
going to sleep. !I are to summoned and I I possible to pat
were arranged through Mrs. ;
; the hearing will be before Peace
great i. Washington a. usual at Courses for midwives in Monroe Edwina health 'I 12.-The advisory com- 2. In ttreetcar/ autobuses through the central part of the
Hodges, public This morning when he was='Justice Roberts as coroner ex-
this time of the year, but thesupply County are to be resumed in nurse, and Dr. Harry C. Galey, city I I called he failed to answer and I I officio. r mitee on allotments oft subway and even capitol without being conscious

the near future by ,Mrs.. Edwina I health officer. I, open-top taau;
apparently is shriRingA --- -- ----.j! new works program has 3.. On street corner that the Blue Eagle was "bagged-
Hodges, publiclbealtli'Durse i here. In all effort to prevent any pos.. *r Romance however, i i. not
The "new deal" caltinet'' degree -' Sirs: Nina Ryder Johnson director I sible epidemic of the fever in Key [SEA/WATER MADE DRINKABLE ,I recommended to President entirely! dead here, for the there on one historic Monday

harvest, for alDpler.drep- of social service in Key West, West it is essential: iliat: clients f 'I Roosevelt the allocation edict doe not prevent holding morning one hearts

announced this -.morning. I and their families take the treatment I FOR ITALIAN ARMY [IN AFRICA I I I hassle in the movie or rap-
pd from 21 last year 'tonine of $22,300 for turoucly at the .*What congress going to do?
Decision ---- ------ -- --- --- --- gazing moon
to resume the courses I it was emphasized this = =.= == from
C a' discreetly shaded
this spring. Member of-the ..-: was made following a recent I morning, and they will be-expected I I repair and improvementof park beach. It'* a natural qnettio There

called brain trust have been seven-day institute for midwivesof i to be at the clinic at 10 o'clock j I LUCAS GOMEZARRESTED .; I South Florida -counties. The Saturday morning, June 15. ASMARA Eritrea, East Africa. French custom of kissing on
forced to worry along with their institute was attended by all registered The first of three innoct'lalioni I June 12.-A miracle of water is 1 West Naval Station. both cheek*-*till bold good representative and one-third of
old degrees. I midwives of Monroe will be given that day and the i i It being performed in the Italian! for public ceremosi.s.I I the senate who, regardless of
other two will be given the fol-j ji
: : East African colonies where tens MAKE CHANGES
Virginia's Senator Glass, how County. Only those licensed by i lowing t-vo Saturdays June 22 i SHIP ARRIVED i 1'.6' .I'.I''I'.I'.I' what nine mea tar, mutt face tho
is hill's the State Board of Health are of thousands of soldiers are mass-
keeping capitol and June 29. Other dates are to
average up. He'll have five new permitted to attend the institutes|,, be set aside! later for persons who ,i -- ing for a possible expedition into') IN SCHEDULES j iJUNIOR I PATIOLPLANS very real question whether they

alphabetical honors to add to his j i i which' are held in various parts of''i i are on jobs they cannot. leave ; Ethiopia. J' are to have a job for the next
name before summer rolls around.! l| Saturday Ions enough to take the When the Italian embattled FERA CLASSES r
the state intermittently in effort
In the receipt for academic I)I j' treatment. ROBBERY TAKEN IN divisions first began to land in, HOLDING two or six year And there
'I i ii
to raise the standard of mid- i
honors Secretary Hull] of the state, !; Foremen of work projects are Eritrea and Somaliland they work to he done hack home
department still is leading the. wives and to decrease the high'j being notified to advise all labor- CUSTODY BY OFFICERS found water bad and difficult to I

field. He has taken three degreeS,1,'j! infant mortality rate in the state.!I I ers working under them of the HERE; PLACED IN JAIL get. In many sections it was i| ANNOUNCEMENT PERTAINING i MEETING TODAY ("mending political fence*" i i.
this year to bring his up I\ "We hope that many other mid-:, opporunity to take the treatment t rationed out to them at about a '
nine. Senator Glass will hold j i wives who have heretofore not I}I I to prevent any occurence of typhoid ( quart a day.Water f TO EDUCATIONAL ACTIVI- their way of putting it).

eight LLD.'s when the been interested in for j! fever. I Boat {i THIS WILL BE LAST ORGANI.
season: applying I I Brought By TIES MADE THIS MORNING In view of what. hat ha;q, 'n' I
Lucas Gomez his to
ends. ,i ;state licenses will be ready to do! I was on way j'j Additional water; at first wasi i there's a sort of unanimity of
at the end of the teaching,;; Cuba and had reached Key West and j BY DIRECTOR OF UNITS ZATION SESSION; SENATOR
Garner Refuse One j' i so [ SCHOLARSHIPSFOR ;brought by transport ships ; i feeling among these 467 twn; i ciat;
Vice President Garner had to 1, period" Mrs. Johnson said. Uniforms -i ii this morning when his journeyingj i tankers, even from as far away t .GOMEZ WILL ADDRESS AS(!! they might as well collect tic! ,,'

turn down a degree because hecouldn't ,; : will be made at the women's) were cut short by Sheriff K. O. |gas Naples. Mineral water was 1 I I mileage and head toward IiThere's ." .:
'sewing room, in accordance with' TEACHERS carried down for the hospitals. Changes in the summer schedule,
get away from the sen-j'' hompson ands Deputy Ray El-i I hardly a single ro.II'lr i i'>
ate to attend the exercises- j! ]regulations of the State Board of wood' who arrested him on a warrant Eritrea presented a greater.of the adult education classes ini'I 1 legislative proposal either <>n-
I :
Secretary Ickes added his,v,Health and will be presented to ARE AWARDED\ problem than Somaliland; the lat-t|stenography, effective next week:!i i acted, by one house or pending/ :
'the midwives the from Tampa. j Iter colony traversed by two i lat organization meeting
seventh LLD. recently at the: completing !, } announced this morning by ; I which might. not in Bonn way b:'
Univers&y} Alabama.., Secretary 1 ourt-e. I Under date'of April 17. Sheriff*rivers..the-Ceebeli and the Globe,}r were direr:j I for the Key WesfViftuar PavnH irrected-b" ",.Jfb--.eM !.u I'Y"n.
Twenty white and colored I received letter and t but the water of the former is Mrs Nina Ryder Johnson, -
Thompson 1 is
Perkins holds fourth place. Thej{ a I taking place this afternoon at court ruled in the now fat." '"
degree she receivAd'from the i graduate nurses gave instructions I ONE INSTRUCTOR IS FROM photographs of Gomez advising mostly saltish. i j jtor of the social service' depart-!I 4:30 o'clock when members of i Schechter case. The pending

University of California at Los to the 57 midwives attending the I COLORED INSTITUTION; TO I that he was charged with highway j I Distilling Plant Built I. of the Key West Administraj -!]j: Sections One, Two and Four are i banking bill and the relief re-ouj -
Angeles early this year is hers j i Miami institute. Miss' Joyce Ely. and While In Massaua the main port of j I tion. The changed schedule makes!!,'gathering at Bayview Pa-k. Other j tion are exceptions.
sixth. When "Big Jim" Farley!! state supervisor of midwives who ATTEND GAINESVILLE AND 4 robbery grand larceny. Eritrea there i is! a huge distilling) !'sections already have met and Other Bill Affected
receives his degree at Niagara I was here yesterday. said she'< was a strict watch was kept on boats plant to make sea water drink-i I it more advantageous for school'< i ii '), started on the various!' activities
There the
are on congressionalagenda
University, Niagara Falls, N. Y.., very happy to find all registered TALLAHASSEE SCHOOLS and trains Gomez dm: not show able. Engineers have also built a i t tI students who have not enrolled'), in which; the patrol m..mbers. are for example the A,\ \

he will have tied the labor secretary' -j midwives of Monroe County at up. I I huge refrigerating plant to cool previously to 'take the course. j jClasses taking pert this Sunlmer. .arid'Teqnc: Valley l\ulh..r.. <' ,

mark. I| the institute.: They included Mary Last night a telegram was re-'it. I will be held .only, in the:: Senator Arthur Gomez is scheduled amendment / fI he social: ale;urii.k .
Attorney General Cummings is) Evans., Hazel P4 Saunders, and Two teachers in Monroe county | In the interior of Eritrea sterilizing -,I mornings and evenings Tiiider the! tb Speak to members of the bin the Wagner- labor
ceived which told of the possibilityof cibput.: -
adding;an L.H.D. from Lincoln Georgiana Sawyer. have been/ awarded scholarships and potabilizing plants have: three sections( this afternoon, and bill the Wheeier-Rayburn bill
for attendance at Summer schools Qomez being on the S. S. Cuba new schedule.
; been installed. Two big distilling! I other speakers.ill be J. Gerry
Memorial at Cumber
land Gap,University Tenn., and an LLD. FERRY BRINGS I r being held in Gainesville and at]I j end a request that the sheriff's I i j plants have been erected in Mogadishu !I I The new class for persons wishing Curtis! director of operations in for abolitiod)public orregulation; utility of holding"Unece8.Qry" !-

from John Marshall Law Schoolat I! the A. and M. college at Talla- [I office keep a sharp lookout for I) the capital and port of to take the course during the the Key West Administration companies.

Jersey City to his string this! hassee. The department of education -I him. Somaliiand.: Moreover the Mogadishu summer will be held each morning which is sponsoring organization ;
There's scarcely clause in
IN PINEAPPLES I I of the Florida Emergency. 1'j aqueduct can now ] of the patrol and Arthur II. Shep-j I a
year. Secretary of War' Dern Relief Administration in Jackson-j This morning when the Cuba I Ij produce from 9 a. m. to 10 p. m., except: I either of these measures not in
] 400 cubic meters of water herd. supervisor of parks.
will become a doctor of engineering : j doubt in the either of wlinf.:
attend light
Persons wishing
ville made the awards. j arrived the officers were waiting|!daily.' Saturdays. Before the speaking
at the South Dakota school of I program i the court ruled NRA II>
j enroll or
should at on
Miss Annabelle Hill has been this class
I | at the pier and a few minutes after -, Surveillance over the watersof /gets under way the Key West
mines. Ferry Palma of the Florida 9 previous decision invalidating I;.
the teacher in Mon- the high school between a. m.
Gets Two approved as 'I the vessel landed Gomez was in the rivers Scebeli and Giuba S pitality Band is to offer a nOS-I
McNary I East: Coast Car Ferry company. I railroad retirement act.
County to attend the and 10 a. m. next Monday June'
roe nursery) has also been instituted. The'sources l lections, and at the
No one in congress can match:, arrived yesterday afternoonfrom school training course at Gaines-) custody and on his way to county of the streams; ire in I' the program refreshments will be The Wheeler-Rayburn bill, f,,.'
Senator Glass' record. but Senator -' Cuba with 15 carloads of pineapple ville. Following completion of:_ jail to be held for the Tampa Abyssinia.. Military authoritiesare conducted served. I I example was taken up in the cn

McNary of Oregon is receiv- *. 6,887 crates; eight emptycan her course, she will return to this! i i authorities. I taking* chances poirvn- Yesterday afternoon, Section-j I ate under protest! of its crili-- ',T' 1
no on
ing an LL.D. from Linfield College and 75 sacks of maiL ; 10 and 11 I{ with considerable misgiving-. ,_
county and have charge "of the A employe of held between a. m. a. Three and Seven of the junior i
woman a ing.I
McMindell, Oregon. and Gatun of the Standard 'i young : ., its friends. Both ',',.
at Steamship
nursery school which has been instituted ... I m.. during the summer. patrol gathered at the park and I) among
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another from Whitman College, Fruit and Steamship Company -, and will start in Key ,' firm in Tampa was on her way I* Persons who already have heard J. Lancelot Lester! ,city I skeptical of what thenpr- 1.0"i
Wk.Ua Walla, Wash. I' ,left Philadelphia 0 o'clock}?[ West upon Miss Hill's return from i from,tit .bank; with the payroll of I I. TAYLOR NOW .i j Hand L textbooks in the short-I and It'al advisor-!to: the atjtomey J i court had to say about inter-'..''

Senator Norris of Nebraska became yesterday morning and is due in'i the Summer training. Mrs. Nina I I, the company: it is said when she I tent' whol would like to lend or nell Key West Administration, outline [! commerce. The Wheelr-Rayb"rn

an LL.D. of the University Key West Friday. Ryder Johnson director of lOCiaJl 4t> tfick by Gomez, who was I I IN LOCAL JAIL;them;;' should communicate with!i the ideals of the junior patroL .,bill attempts to deal with ho!>'ir.r
of Nebraska in February. Senator t The ship is bound to Frontera,I service here, aid. ,1j 1 cvVbrim/knuckle: dusters lie took Mrs. Grace Crosby, teacher of the I[ Adults, of Key West have con.1'companies in the entire nfiiil.-

Walsh of Massachusetts! is being Mexico and is consigned 'to the j Grace Palacios. (colored has the money $700, and disappeared. { coarse.' She is at the high schoool tributf'd -a-great deal to-the rehabilitation field through application of renlatory -*-
similarly honored by Boston Uni, Porter Dock Company' for fuel been approved as the. teacher to I I Directly; after arriving at the i I each'evening after 6 o'clock. program here, be' and prohibitory provi-i> ,!;;
versity. Senator Byrd of Virginiahas oiL attend the Summer training!I rbunty jail this morning Gomez's MAN CHARGED WITH -PUR.'!J I Mrs. Crosby in turn,' will get I pointed out. and children of the to companies acting in nl"r-b' *

been offered a degree but i isf! course at the A. and M. college::: at II'finger prints were recorded by Roy CHASING STOLEN PROP. 1! in touch with persons wishing to city should take a pleasure in help I commerce. ,
undecided whether he will ac-' COUNTY BOARDMEETSTONIGHT Tallahassee. She has been teaching Hamlin and copies forwarded to borrow or, buy the books second ing in the program. The other' major aHr.1' '

cept. classes in citizenship to colored I county authorities in Tampa and ERTY BROUGHT HEREI. hand. She will not accept the I Although picnics and morning sent somewhat the same probl'}

persons and will continue that J I Department of Justice at Washington money for the actual buying or matinees at the theaters are being 1 Halt Everything
PRINCE OF WALES work upon her return to Key D. C.SCIENTISTS. netting of the books, Mrs. Johnson given as rewards to those who "*To impartial observer an T

NEW BIPLANE West. i I.I N. Taylor, charged with pur-; added but will acquaint person; work in the patrol Mr. Lester. those in usually! wdl-infon.icJ! :
HAS Each scholarship; grant is for!I'I PLAN 25 chasing stolen property, was an'I wishing to sell their books with said that a greater reward would ,i j quarters in Washington the .-illation -

Regular meeting( the board $80. arrival in Key West yesterday in'': those wishing to purchase them. come to the patrol members inj I is this:
Illy AMoelatr Press / / MILE ROCKET ASCENTI knowing that they were having al j There's but one thing to daad (
the of Sheriff GeorgeG.
commissioners, second custody Deputy
of -
LONDON. June 12.-Thc''' county in June will be held 8 o'clock VESSEL GOES TO I I I --- Brooks and placed in the coun- ANNOUNCE DEATHOF definite part in the civic better| that's to halt everything on
Prince of Wales has bought a new' I A.__..... Press) ment of Key West. Through loyal. capitol hill until some new pattern -
Clerk Ross : f
tonight in the office of ty jaiL .
160-mile-an-hour airplane the MOSCOW June 12.-The' I II ty and devotion to their duties a. .
be cut to fit what thj <
finest he has had. but he still is i a/ C. Sawyer, county court house. I COSGROVE SHOALSENREKA ficial soviet At the hearing before Peace members of the patrol they ear i can .
J As Chairman Carl BervaWi l left I stratosphere committee Justice E. R. Lowe, at MRS. C. HEFLIN civic j, supreme court has said at lc :3 iI
back-seat pilot by -royal corns s Sunday afternoon for,Tallahassee has sponsored designs for a the evidence educed get a greater feeling of I I for the time beiujr'AMATEUR -
m ind. j rocket planned to reach an altitude Tavernbr'l pride the speaker said. !
The prince for years has done I! to attend a meeting. with Governor I 1 I of 25 miles-higher than- I sufficient in warranting Leaders of the sections meeting I'
Sholtz. of chairmen of board. CARRIES MEN TO ENGAGE .i cused being held for T. KELLYOF
a good part of his traveling by;; I I man-made instruments have ever MOTHER OF MRS. at the park this afternoon are: NIGHT
from all cities in the state Nor. next term cf criminal court in
air and is said to be a competent! ascended. Jack Mathews and Victor Larsen
berg Thompson chairman pro tern I I Key West. He was placed under THIS CITY
pilot often steering his private i} Automatically when ,the rocket I Section One; Clara Yates Section BAYVIEW\ PARK
i will bond of
craft for hours at a time. He! preside. LIGHT STATIONSSailing reaches its ceiling: a parachute is $200. BALTIMORE, MD. Two, and Edith Russell-, Section"
has been permitted to fly to to its descent intact Four. U' rj:; .*
never open permit -
j' TWINS i- 1.1 I
solo being accompanied alwaysby PUBLIC HEALTH I with instruments that are to I ARRIVE ATSHEPPARD'SHOME I An amateur night nrogram wii'
his personal pilot Lieut. Edward this morning was the take readings in the stratosphere.The Mrs. C. C. Heflin. mother of KILLRATTUSNAKEON be sponsored tomorrow night ut

Fielden.: OFFICER ARRIVED two masted Schooner Eureka rocket is to use liquid fuel Mrs. Thomas L Kelly died 2 I t Bayview Park by the 1'e"T:11 'ID>
The new machine i is a twinenjgined auxiliary Captain Hall for Cos-:! Soviet Rjssia's scientists have defied o'clock this morning in department of the Key West Ad-
biplane. with fuel capacity) !; I grove Shoals where scaling and j ridicule by taking the stand MA. The news was Baltimore'l HIGHWAY ROAD l ministration.

sufficient for non-stop journeys;! painting activities of aids to navigation I that interplanetary communicationcan i morning! over long Prizes will be awarded for fii I.
anywhere within the British bed! : I Dr. J. J. McMullen of the Unit will begin. ', be achieved through development Mrs. Arleen Sheppard, of 416 i j i i phone by Mr. Kelly at !second and third place winner ,m

There are six comfortable armChairs ed States Public Health Service, The vessel carries a crew of of these rockets. Olivia street, received word yes.| 613 Francis street. I. While driving along the high-!, the performance it was said. TVi :
in the cabin, with a writing was a visitor in Key West today men under WiHard Albury. fore I" I terday announcing the birth Monday Mr. Kelly who is storekeeper way yesterday just across the i;; program starts at 7:30 p. m
desk and cockpit bar. < and was the guest of Dr. E. II. man in charge, and all unattended I i FALLS OFF MACHINE in a hospital at Savannah; at the lighthouse department, will f bridge at Boca Chka. Mm Ber-j
J Carnes. surgeon in charge of the lights on the Florida Reef, also!f, 'Ga.. of twins to her son and with )(rs. Kelly, leave this after nell Sawyer and a party of friends {
USES TRAINED BULL I I Marine hospitaL Smith's Shoals light near the j i I MILWAUKEE.-Speeding downa ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. noon for the' Heflin home in discovered a rattlesnake on the Habana-Madrid Club

| Dr. MeMulIen is in charge of all northwest channel entrance, will i street in this! city in pursuit of I: Sheppard.! daugh-I' Orange. Virginia.The road. j TONIC HTCOLLEGIATE

LEWISTON, Utah.-For the I inspection activities of the entire be scaled and painted. t a motorist Officer Walter Kohl- ,. The twin are girls, one body will be taken to, Miss Sawyer, assisted by the ;j I
past two year. Lorin Van Orden[ service and looked over the activities Another fart of the project is man was pitched from his motorcycle -ding, 41-4 pounds and the Orange Friday and interment will other members of the party, suet -': NIGHT
of this city has traveled 16 miles! at Key West today. He painting all of the beacons of the I Shaking off his daze, he :weighing 4 1.2 pounds. Mother and I take place Sunday in the family]t eeeded in killing the :reptile, which Habsa-Madrid Orchestra

each evening on his trained !)ull'l! left on the Steamship Cuba for a reef and also those in Hawks looked up at a street sign. It JI:the sisters are reported as doing 1 plot beside the body of Mr. Hef- [was represented to measure about I! NO SCRIPT

delivering papers.! '' brief visit in Havana. Channel. rear: "East Falling Place. nicely.. !Ilin, who died 10 yean ago. I three feet Ion?



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Published Dally Except Sunday By Sales taxes have made their appear- ................... W. Va.J.W. .
THE CITIES: PIBLJKHI\C CXK. I\(". DAYS GONE BY Miller. 90. of this city, shave
L. P. AIITMAN. President ance in many of the states of the Union ABOUT with a razor that has been used!

JOB ALLK\,A.fcU...t ...._ )I._ rr and even at this early date they are showing I Happening Her Ju.t 10 Year. f fI Temperatnrea r nesota southward orer Texas, the regularly for 150 years! ; he has

From The Citizen Building Ago Today As Taken.: From Editor, The Citizen: ]Highest ...................?.................90 rainfall being; h .vry ever the lower used it for 70 >ears
Corner Green and..Ann Streeta that the opposition to them. has been I The Filet Of The Citizen I Are the American people's.1hetlth I Lowest .... ....... .......... .............80 Rio Grande ---- -- -

----1. both and I in jeopardy, on such foodstuffs I Mean ... ..... .. __..on ...___.............85 I ville, Texas, 2.92 Valley.inches. Browns I KEY WESTCOLONIAL
intelligent justified. Sales
Only Dally Newnpapcr In Key Went and :MonroeCounty. taxes as embalmed eggs and Temperatures I
t Normal Mean .......___.. ...h", _._..82,.
The coroner. jury in the case meats, can poultry cheap o'eo! are generally above normal HOTELIn
are the delight of two classes of citizensthe
Entered at Key Went. Florida a. second i cia. matter of the death of H. H. Rosenquistand margarine butter and other varieties I Rainfall* i j| this morning throughout the country -;i I
political leaders and the citizens of Oscar Crawford engineer and of such food stuffs' Yesterday's'!! IrecintatUn; T. Ins. I I east of the Rocky Mountains, the Center of the Businessand
FIFTY-SIXTH TEAK fireman, respectively, of the Flor- This country faces two kinds of except in Xorth Dakota and por
Normal ... .21 Ins Theater District
3leMber *f the A......... ....... great wealth. They are taxes that are ida East Coast locomotive which-tarvation, such! as first quoted, Thl. retard Precipitation eovern :..-....r pri. >4Tomorrow' !I tions of the Lake region, and .
The Associated Prewi In exclusively entitled to use easy to collect-that are least felt because exploded last week and caused t,also if we should have a thought. tads..41.ek Ihi.a..e. I maximum readings were elgihtly 1 First Cl.._Fireproof-
their death, rendered their verdict I former AlmanacSun" above 90 deJrl'et'sturday in
for republication\ of all new dlxpatrnea credited to we ale facing the as wet Sensible Rate.
It or not otherwise credited in this paper and'alao they are indirect-and taxes that arouse today. The jury was unable to are the latter. Why have 'We kill' rises ............ ... 5:36 a. m.I I northern and central Florida and

the local,new published here. faint opposition. They are popular with determine whether the accidentwas I ed great quantities of live stocks? Sun set ... .. .. .. .... 7:17 p. m. southern! Louisiana.! COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEI
I due to lack of water in the why hove we destroyed our grain? Moon rises on........ ... 4:27 p. m. G. S. KENNEDY.
'NATIONALEDITORIAL( large taxpayers because they,; collect a tre- boiler or some mechanical defectin I Wouldn't it be far better to de- Moon sets ... .n... 2:41 a. m.Tomorrew. Official in Clui-jr.: Garage El*..lo.

.,a 1.1 .ASSOCIATION mendous amount of revenue fromthe poor the engine and the only persons troy such rotten food stuffs! as '* Tides Subscribe---- Popular Price It
CJ Lej.tLe.L 9.3.$ who could furnt'h the needed information can poultry embalmed eggs and A.M. P.M. : to The Citizen. .

that relieves the burden on the rich. "are now dead." meats" etc etc than feed American High ......... ....... 6:46 8:28 I

.IBSCHIPTiON RATES people on such unhealthfulI ,.... ...._....... i
In the state of Ohio there is a sales I Low 12:0-1 1:5.2
One Tear .. .. ... .. ..h. ... ......_ ._._, |10... Citizen of Key West who wish edibles "when fresh food could
Six Month. .. ........... ._............_. .._....._.__-___. 5.00 tax that supposed to be a tax of three of the i have been made available"? Barometer 8 a. m. today: i
Three Month _.. nn _. .. ...... ... .. ._..._ %.50 to attend meetings city |11 tnle :Sea' level, 30.00.WEATHER .
One )Month. n.... .... ___''''00''''' ..._...oo......oo .._. .15 per cent. This amount alone representsthe council will hereafter find much i, It is quite there' has been I
Weekly ..... .._00__...__.... _..._..__._ .%0 better accommodations in the:j jan I i underproduction of eggs, milk, FORECASTTill
== average total pay of all kinds levied on I council chamber than has hereto-! etc.. etc or should we say an t 1

ADVERTISI.NG RATES. fore been the cate. Fifty new:|1 overproduction< or consumption olj ( 8 !). m.. Thursday
realty during ordinary: times and it
Made known naturally ,
I chairs, recently ordered by coun-j I j cheap oleo margarine; butter under Key West and Vicinity Partly
KPECIALNOTICE relieves the burden on realty and cil, arrived yesterday and have. grade milk embalmed meat? cloudy toni ''lt and Tb-irsday, DOS- i
All reading: notice, cards of thank, resolutions' of the threat of increased realty taxes. Butit been placed: in the city hall. These ; and eggs can poultry and other
respect, obituary notices, et&, will be charged for at will provide sufficient seating ar- ;(, various: S food l staffs.It .
falls most the
the rate of 10 cents a line. heavily on poor man. Ona rangemeBts for audiences and : would l-oa..e.llf'en far heeler tofend
Notices for entertainments by churches from whicha ten cent meal such rolls and 1
as coffee, spectators' at council meetings. I! our live stock on the grain
revenue Citizen Is to be derived are t cents a line.The the tax is one cent-or a tax of ten per ; that was dest'o: ed. "}fi1'h c vis"
I forum and
open Invites discus- 1 {
lion of public IMuet and subjects of local or general. cent. On a forty cent'meal, the tax is still Miss Clara Powell who, for the,,and other live "took would l he 1, R
Interest but it will not publish anonymous, communications. past three years: has been secretary -I(I availMe an-l I other far superior
lone cent, or only two and one half \
per ,J rdihle! A vital mistake was
., ... of the Red Cross Chapter in I
cent. On forty-one cents the tax is two Key Went, has Leentransferred, !J j I made: when our grain was destroyed 1' ICI4 ,

Dr. Diet and Dr. Quiets\ .: are fine cents or about five per cent. On seventy to Lake"' City, Florida, as director I I Iol l. the major stocks production to feed tile t)
Red Cross activities for the*I our live '
physiciaas.' cents, th tax is stil two cents, or about veterans'the bureau hospital there;i: The tiff problem' in this,; country % l
... j
_j ,*1.= three per cent. All along the line the tax Mint Powell has received notifiestjon -:1 I is a balanced r.dj", tment between Partly Cloudy Thundershower'

It is said that the aye/age family's irimequal, with the greatest burden on the : of her transfer but the date'I food prices'! and city incomes, also
doctqrbill: is $75 a Yeas t jjjf it were paidIt when ehe will definitely take on1 I i I production of 5 etter edibles. What riMy! thundershowers Thrr-dav. motE '
The total HthdatM&rri !
amount of
poor man. any tax I her duties has not been tet.I'alma ;: shall} it be, a higher: lily wage gentle wini; mortly "otifieast.! uss HUTHLIf
would be fine for the doctor. must come out of the pockets of the peo 'scale'I' ., consumption! of letter food Florida: Generally fair tonight
I at higher prices or lower wa t''lIc.a1e
ple. It is the installment system, appliedto Sola Sales Offices is the{ and Thursday except local thun-
address I i and con lmJ-tion of better A General Electric
By writing her name and on Refrigerator
title of real firm's
taxation-with all an installment's: extra a new estate i f foal stufi's at lower prices' oorhowers Thursday afternoon; .
an, egg, a Missouri girl got a husband. A place of consultation! which 'has!? :
cost. j As things stand, the farmer is: little change in temnerature.! gives you the equivalent of
Jeffer-l .
been opened in the Hotel
variation of the old shell because
game. paying thrJ, nose Jacksonville:: to Florida Straits
i i
scn. Lots in the Palma Sola subdivision I< I
sr-ch Mats at ehC" .'edibles' hs: i.cen' Gentle variable winds north

Pessimists should be happier than POPULAR FALLACIES. prices are being either offered as' an investment at attractive .-I'[! 1 put on J. the RAUCIIERFAUCALDT.market. I portion south and gentle portion southeast and over generalIv windo'.f'r 1OO Ibs. of ICE

optimists because or a home:ite. Some of tiu'property !
they i
are never disap- After p. Pe.-ccnally. chat do you fair weather tonight, and Thurs
an erroneous statement has :
is water front land andaa ,
pointed when expectations fail. !i think of the government's codej day.
been repeated often enough it is next to growing many tropical fruitrees. :
aot-ictment? Business' by om-
j !
i Fast Gulf Gentle winds
subdivision !' : mostlylouthf'"t. FOR ONLY 18c
The has
concrete ,
impossible! to eradicate it from petition.
the popular : .
In the
childhood the
of world '
we mind. sidewalks and 50-foot hard-': Key West. Fla.,
cannot expect people to put away childish surfaced streets. It is one of the'June: 10, 1915.: 'I WEATHER CONDITIONS
things-hence and For many years the question was ask- most valuable tracts on Key Largo,
kingfishes kings and ed the addition f8-test growing ot all the FloridaKeys. ........................ -
why of fish
llueys. a to a pail of i i Pressure is moderately low this
water would not add to the weight of the Today'sAnniversaries morning in the upper Mississippi: 1:
Valley central Plains All modern convenience features, PRICES AS LOW AS
States, and :
If business and professional men bucket and its contents. Several ingenious Mrs. Lillie Gwynn announces :' I lower Rio Grande Valley, Duluth.i of coone-and-ageless"! G.E sealed-

would clean up the crooks in their ranks explanations were offered, but the real the enjrtjrement! and approaching I i imariiajre Minn. 29.84 inches I in-steel mechanism with S Years (
; of her daughter, Mra.iLillian ........................ Kans. 29.90 Dodge City,i i I Performance Protection for only ., 92.60
the public would think more of businessand reason could not be agreed upon. Finally inches and Browns-
Gwynn to Dlondon B.,J JGoehrmjf 1799 Joslah Harlan, American y'11e., *1 a year-in both the famous G-E
professions. some inquisitive skeptic weighed a bucketof eon of Mr. and Mrs. Ed.J roldier-advent in India, whose weak high pressure areas over-i Monitor Top and the new beautifully
.. tr water and after adding"a five pound Goehring. The wdeding will '.i Far East cdventrrea make truth si read most sections east of the I'j styled G-E Flatop refrigerators.

WeTfaIl to understand why the fish weighed it again. It weighed just place Saturday. June 11. j j i Hem unreal l tarn in Chester Co., Mississippi Valley.: Detroit, Mich..j t I ,

, Spanish-speaking people of the world give five pounds more than it did before addingthe i, Pa. Died in Fin Francisco Oct, Tampa and Miami Fla., 30.06 THE KEY WEST ELECTRIC COMPANYA.
Clifford G. Hicks and William 1871. inches. Light widely; scattered
their daughters such a name as "Dolores," fish. The question, therefore, was M. Albury, members of the city showers have occurred during the F. AYALA Sale. Manager

which! means sorrowful. shown to be based upon a false assump council; B. Curry )Moreno city engineer 1802-Harriet Martinean, Eng- last 24 hours in the Atlantic

tion. : and Robert Koerner, rep, lirh novelist born. Died June 27, states and there have been show 1
Density of population will lead to resentative of Florida Associated'Engineers 'I; 1876. era and thundershowers from Min
A similar situation is pointed out by
went to Miami last:;
future wars according to writer. .
But --
a -
; -- - -
the Christian! Science Monitor in answerto night to consult with representatives -
1806--John A. Rcseblin?, great
density of alleged statesmen will probablybe of that relative to the'ma ----- - ----
the question of why the city l.rilder Amclcin'r.idgcs; father AI''''AI'"'" AI'AI'..,...,AT. T. T A
} a more important factor. eration is much inclined younger gen- of Miami recently made by i t of a noted hri l Ijte builder born ........................................................ ..............
so to crime. the engineers. Before leaving Mr. in Germany. Died in Brooklyn, I
Thirteen cities Koerner said he esimated it will '
The only direct means, of controllingthe reporting to the United N. Y., July 22, 1869.1819Charles .
take at least three four monthsto :
decisions of the United States Supreme States Children's Bureau showed that in complete the surveys and official -,i

Court is by impeachment of its members, nine of them juvenile delinquency decreased plat but would not venture I Ito English clergyman Kingsley novelist gentle and I KEEP

and the calibre of men who are appointedto last year, while an increase was state the appioximate cost of; poet, born. Died June 23, 1875. r COOL
noted in four. the wor, The expense of making
the highest tribunal of the land are not Likewise it is the map win be pai.i out >of theycity's i I 1833--James B. Weaver from
popularly supposed that
the kind likely to be impeached.June general fund. t I private to b.igadier-general in
crime in Chicago is more prevalent than -- i I ,
t Civil War, Iowa editor and congressman I
25 will be a memorable day in ever before. Yet actual statistics shpw Rev. Otis E. Kirby arrived in I presidential candidate, Ii
Key West Wednesday and will !'re!j torn at Dayton, O. Died Fen 9, i
pugilism. On'that day Joe Lewis a negro that crime since 1915 in that city has not in charge of services at the First 1878. .

will meet Ptim/> Camera,,the Italian, in increased in proportion to the increase in Congregational church Sunday.:;j

the squared arena. Aside\ .from the fact population. M Kirby i is f- graduate o* Yale !: 1859-Thomas J. Walsh. Mon- I -Electric Fans
University Div'nity" School and( tana's U. S. Senator who died bv-
It is unwise to
that conclusions
two } jump at
outstanding v
lieavyweights all or
) j win l loe tt the church during the IEI | fore entering upon office of U. S. p4
battle for supremacy additional interest' Tnle too much for granted. : mcr. Toe former pastor Rev.} Attomey-GenerrJ born at Two

accrues on account of the bitternoss that W. Brower. who has been Rivers, Wis. Died March 2, 1933. I

exists between Italy and\ .;Ah).! .dni at the FEWER: SCHOOLHOUSES J. the church I! nee last Jann- '
c.fle. t't'r-t..d a,'.pastorate: at An ancient scimitar reputed to
present time. Garden Fla. < have been wielded by "Black : $$1.85 to $$10.95
OnVe America's pride, the "little red George the notorious! Turk in

"Thus, already it was clear to the schoolhouse," with its ham like single room Editorial Comment: One of thereat decapitating hundreds of' early
framers of Constitution that the ,t problems) on the! automobile!) Christians. i is 'owned by John E. :
our great- anti primitive equipment, i is slowly but ,
loads is the driver with the big Kehl of Asheville, N. C-
est possible liberty of selfgovernmentmust surely parsing. More than 10,000 of these horsepower motor nod the small t

be given to each State, and that any small district school buildings were abandoned brain po-ver htad. and painting. The Ivy; was also ICE CREAM FREEZERS

national administration attempting to in the few their active before returning to her I
years, placesbeing I Lighthouse! Tender Ivy returned -I home port. in placing, a number of
make all laws for the whole nation would taken by the n\odern consolidated to Key; West! yesterday; from aids to navigation in Tampa Bay 2Qt. 4Qt. 6Qt. 15

inevitably result at some future time in a I Tampa where she was' recently and other points on the west coast
school.With placed 1 on drydock tor cleaning! of the state.
dissolution of the Union itself. Governor
the rapid extension of good
I! _._ l ;
Franklin D. Roosevelt.The -- -' ----- j
roads and the employment of motor busses; :'

for the transportation of children to .1ht>st:> j,! I = Water Coolers Thermos Jugs I?

late influx of mosquitoes into Miami larger institutions it seems inevitable that I : ,

puts IH in mind! of a helpful little fish the one-room school with its many handicaps Your Vacation .

Used extensively by the Cape Cod Mass., will eventually disappear. II Thermos Bottles i o
If you are going to summer !school or plan-
mo. uilo-l'ontrol project, and! exported in While: the district school must thus .
ning a motor trip, or journey will feel
quantity to Italy where Mussolini used give place to a new and better system it I'
safer and more at ease if are sure that the
them to rid the Poritine marshes aroun\l has!' filled a paramount role in the advancement -
funds you carry are protected. Let us assist i!= you "-
Rome of the annoying little insects. It is jj of the nation. To the self-
I in procuring this protection by converting your
called the salt wate..mummy chug and i in sacrificing labors of faithful teachers in travel funds intoAMERICAN-- Beach Chairs Hammock Chairs j

native to South Carolina, where it is now' 'I I these rural schools many famous men and J .0

raised commercially in large quantities. women owe their early education and in-1 EXPRESS TRAVELERS =
1 Folding Chairs i 0 0t
Control agencies go around the countryside spiration.But CHEQUESIF

putting one female and one male in all the demands of progress must be II iV
checks are lost or stolen (nn- I
water barrels, bird baths and other places met in education as well as in all other countersigned), the amount involved is refunded ,

likely to breed mosquitoes. Its advantageover phases of our increasingly complex civil
In them
spending all that is is
several species of larvae-eating fish i ization. The new and larger consolidated for you to sign them a second time in the necessary presence I t "Your home i is worthy of the best" :

native to Florida is that it requires no decayed school, with its staff of better prepared of the one accepting them.

t vegetable matter in the water to teachers its improved organization and its I South Florida Contracting & Engineering Co. i

live, but feeds off tiny particles of matterthat modern equipment will mark an advance -FOR SALE BY-

fall into its habitat. Results obtained over the "little red schoolhouse," which I I Phone 598 White and Eliza Streets I
The First National Bank of
elsewhere have been encouraging.-Miami must make for a more enlightened and Key West .

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SPORTSi Pursuant to Chapter itas1 Law
\Vashin.rtcn at Chicago. .
AMERICAN LEAGUE I of Florida the nnd.rsfrn4! will rr
I' 'I New York at :Ct:: Lou'i. Club-- W. L. :ct. .Iy. until 1e." a. m. en TV -<1-
.. ,
Jan % It3i. at tG.iG.vernor's
gyNOPaIS: AUaen R.If. U .oerifed wondered If you'd mind baring: Boston at Detroit.Philadepltia New York __ ___. 29 18 .617 Jnrmlajr. Oftin) Tallaha--
0.-' j I
te II"l Hat <" cold ..... calc : ... Cleveland.! ; : ;
lunch with Just me? matured
+l.U", Dafltnt Snmfrt. her father" I I Chicago ..........__ ._ 25 19 .568 offeringnf .
sew wi/.-t-b.. it e.t on if "..d love Itl-! i I(bur miniatured Road and MrldjZ
rcdnrta* key father aimed (. t*.. "Good. I I NATIONAL LEAGUE Boston "_"_u..u___.25 21 .543 Hiirhwar or,, Refandinr. Roads elI
faata4. but I* caln'y orderimtm
Alleoa'. lit* a* toll Allton 4. "Where shall we go? The smeplacer II Pittsbnrpj:: at 3rookvn.! I Cleveland ._._.____ 23 21 .523 i All offering submitted MfST PPI
srperti.e Oar Waturnor hmrk.4an I Cincinnati at New York. I FIRM FOR TEN DAYS SfUSIQl'KXT J.-
.ad dlae pvow Ore aa. I .Detroit m_..__"._."." 24 22: .522: : TO TUB DATE OF <.;'EN.
A1lees: md "Yes. I'd love to. But most Chicago; at Philadelphia. .. .. .
grent tcrrlct. yon -- -- -- -- : | |\<"J, I. through July *. i'i
Washington _....... 23 24 .489 .
toes that Darhxf
  • ...............ee..ee.eeeeeeeeeeee.ee.ee.eeeeeee :I r Philadelphia ......._ 18 26 .409 I| wriptton and aerial numb.rsiwf
    REDSTRIUMPHDOUBLEHEADER bond. inters rate ilat
    Chapter 21 "Sorry!" I I. S,. Louis ......._._-.- 13 29 ..310NATIONAL !..f l.""".. date .f maturity. end
    "You mast!" FOLLOWING THROUGH J the Lopez Funral Home ten will i price ."...ot. J RUNAWAYALISON lOVER ,i I resume thir struggle: for diamond- of interest must be offorvd a't '
    He ran the ear alongside the pavement GIANTS IN FLAT prie.. whih price shall IM
    had discovered I II ball supremacy of the city. We LEAGUEClub
    already and stopped. I I. (By JOVE) snderslost to ... the pewask"1

    rl that her advice was not needed; "What's the matter" she asked ......!............ ......&&_--_.__..... will probably see some other clubs W. L. Pct. for IIu..1I bond WITH ALL PAST
    --------------------------------------- -------
    'a murmurous approval of whatever : surprised. 1 ; join this circuit. If we want to New York ...'um___ 29 13 .690 .: IH'K. PKFAri.TKIt on "rNPHrofPONS ."
    the Last Thursday the Tallahassee eleven lost. o the Recreation have league, there mutt:!' be at ...._._...._ ATTAfUKn. and n-"
    Daphne suggested met case. ""I'm going to drop yon here and I : a St. Louis 27 18 .600 In hereby given hat if *n\ >:
    Capitols split a doubleheader with I! aggregation m:xt win one of tbe clubs club frnvponB I bat' been detached rj-U": ",
    "EICUM me miss but there's a go home and sulk unless yon lunch least three Any may Pittsburgh: ....__.__ 30 20 .600 ... ..
    I I. the Moultrie Steers and they lost; two games to cinch the second the Social League but non- ._ : .Uy.r.r bonds arcegtcd
    gentleman downstairs to see 70n.- with me! PHILADELPHIA NINE TAKESj ( enter Brooklyn .. .m.h_ 23 21 .523 andior! purchased h.nnnd"r the byI ;
    The butler stood In the doorway He looked so absurd as he said It | their hold on first place of the ; half. I players from the Busy Bees or Chicago ._.........._ 21 21 .500 |I".)ve of sues missing.PO".* will toIdedueted

    "Did he give yon his card" asked that she had to laugh and give way. j BOTH ENDS OF TWIN BILL Georgia-Floriia Baseball League.)! Lopez or Adams tens will be al- Cincinna.i i ...........__ 19 25 .422 t.-If.ri. moM from be purchase submitted price on: this and
    Daphne. And then .you call me young!" 1 The first game was 1 to 0, and in In the baseball situation I will 1 t lowed to come into this circuit It Philadelphia ........ 15 26 .566 basis. Sealed envelope containing

    ":io.. madam. He. dldnt five any she accused FROM AGGREGATION REP- the second contest they won 6 to 5. frankly admit that the fans ? illnot will be held strictly to new play-I Boston ...... ,..._. 11 30 ..268Today's such offering* shall plainly tate on
    I i It* fare that It I proposal for the.'sale
    name." They laughed and for a moment I i: RESENTING CLEVELAND Castillo was at bat seven times | go out to the Navy Field at era regardless if they work in of Monroe County bonds.

    '111 go down and see." Alison was be was occupied: turning out of scored two runs and had 13 chances ; present because of the hot snn and ; that department! or not. I think ......eeeeecce.eeeeeeee. The right i I..* reserved to reject

    lokloc nervously at Daphne; hoping Constitution Hill Into the mainstream I es in the field without an error. On j no covers for the rtands. Who is 'r'this will prove more successful i Horoscope I J' any offrrinca.and, all offerings .>r portion. ..1 i

    against hope. If only she could get of. traffic along Piccadilly. I Friday they lost a doubleheader' going tt sit there five ho-jM on [than it was before. i !STATE t<<1\nn OF ADMINISTKA-:
    downstairs alone see him for a mo When he spoke again. It was In a I (Sprrlal fa The ntlxra) to the same Moultrie nine by the I II Sunday afternoons to watch a 1 eee..e..eeee..e t i f TION f>K KU>nil>.\.

    meat explain! different tone | NEW YORK June 12.-The score of 5 to 4 in each game. Cas-1 i doubleheader no matter how much I What a coincidence: Babe Rath Today gives another eccentric j j' avid. Sholta. torcrnar<< a* Prwildent. -

    But Daphne had already dung "You've met your stepmother" i Cincinnati Reds took both games I tillo was up seven times and hit, you lore the game? I do not eee I and the Blue Eagle! parsed out of person this time generally with ; J. M. Uee. State Comptroller. ail
    down her armful of stuffs} she had then How do you tike her? i secretary
    in first shed has not
    triple the
    once-a week
    'of a doubleheader from the New I safely why some temporary the picture during the same unsociable habits. Very independent -4 W V Knott. Stale Tr-amrer a*
    her handbag. open and was addinga "Oh. all right. Alison replied I York Giants Tlie score in the first ; game. In the field he had nine ., been built to take care of summer And jut because they could not of what other people are doing -Treasurer.i JqnIZ, le.
    fresh of vivid scarlet to her .
    layer chances without an error. On baseball until! other
    f or arrangements get along with a few pesky judges. with, peculiar tastes of your
    hat'i good You were rather and in the second
    morning mouth. game was 4-1. '
    Saturday afternoon the Capitols i are ferferted. I will help BENJAMIN LOPEZ
    often be
    hesitating.For a moment the girl hovered i dreading"How did the yon neeting.guess weren't?" your 3-1. AH of the Reds' runs in the I won over Moultrie by a 7 to 4 and all the players: in the city will Esmond Albnry and Monk Kerr good own: you opportunities may while chasing missing;'I,! FUNERAL HOME

    D'yon mind If I 50 dower *I don't know. You gave me thatmprewOJL. recond contest came in the fifth #core. The league standing uj to donate two or three hours every are caretakers of Bayview Park. bubbles. There is much ability Established 49 Year

    Daphne between open lips'.an: inning when Adam Comorosky Saturday was: Albany. 25 won, 18.lost :. rfternoon to !help put up something and I mea to tell you they are here if the mind can be guided Key WM> Oldest

    swered. "No. run on. Ill be down: :Sl: ti-w":true" She admitted. U.46( landed on one of Fred Fitifim-: !;, Tallahassee. 23 won, 18 lost; I' that will give n little shade. there day and night. The reason aright: and kept in a steady line of I at-H..I' Ambvlanc Service
    In a minute. a low voice '.fif. N & Airiericus!, 22 won. 22 lost; Thorn.' What Jlo you sad, Ray Cirry? they call Esmond ""Tarzan is be- thought I
    mons' drive Liceated Embalm
    pitches for circuit .
    Thank Heaven! Alison could have g"TUT a IVne. 21 ,,'on. 21 lost ;Can we do this? 'cause he can climb those coconut
    U Pa...
    135 ..
    Nicht .IWi
    laughed aloud In sheer relief/ now you've seen her It's all t'ith two mates: on bases. s -- __ ;:1.l trees with the ease and grace of ,

    darted down the stairs Into 'the right?" The traffic had slopped The Pittsburgh! Pirates shutout; In the Central Florida Let [e i As to the t.-ip to the keys. it the real Tarzan and he can also I

    drawing room. for a moment: he bad leisure to the Brooklyn Dodgers, 40. Guy Sanford won their fourth straight j!i seems! as if everything: has gone give: that wild call of the King of 1

    Guy was there waiting for her; look round. Alison did Dot answer Bush Brooklyn snfcrles! game.. and our ;soy William Cates I It j on the rocks and the trip will haveto the Jungles just exactly as Johnnie Bargain Sale i !
    kept seven
    the moment that she looked at him and be read her silence correctly. t hit a double in four times at bat. be postponed indefinitely:' I Weisraueller! did in the picture. .
    all her doubts dissolved He'd un- lack'for !" well scattered< "I see. Rotten yon The Celery Feds whitewashed the planned Douglas McCarthy, RUSSLUSi{
    derstand! "1 expect HI get used to It." she t Ito victory. DeLand Reds. The final score was I j plcyers: C. Griffin, Joe Casa, Sal- Stowers Park is using a bring- On All WinesIn 4

    "Have yon got your car outside" said quickly. "It's only that Ira | The PhiUies 'de'sated the Chi- 4 to 0, and the league leaders only'hit inero, Wickers. M. Pena Al. Ace. them-back-alive hat to keep the '

    She spoke low and hurriedly. fanny at first-I mean having a jcap-o i Cubs 10 to 4. Johnson did I three afey.! William had five i; vedo. Peter Castro ArmanOo! Joe sun from ruining his complexion I' Stock

    "Yes. What's up. third person there and the house i chances without a bobble. This:i iI Hrle, Esmond Alburv. Manolo! .Cheta Baker is back in town and Domestic
    "171 tell yon when we get out being hers and not mine and so on." I I the hurling for the winners with win ties the Leesburg nine fort I) Arevedo. Sevilla. Rueda. Al Rodriguez and now the Lopez crew have a I Imported i CIGAR STORE
    He followed her obediently out: "You think ItTl come off?" I the Cubs using three pitchers-during :! I third place< and are only three: ; Oscar Gonzalez and A. shortstop and another ex-big i -

    "My father's marriage?* the game. games from second place and seven Cartro. What do you think of leaguer on its squad. .Earl Ingra- :
    halfway down the front stairs asked. -
    He nodded. '1 > that club? We to play in he is to wait for Barbecue Sandwiches
    ham going
    "I sa,. don't yon want a hat?" As the result of the Boston! from first place. Just watch were says i
    Tin sure It wilL Re's awfully)) Homestead and South Miami. The all of them to get married beforehe
    "I daren't !" Alison i their smoke. !! Baseball
    confessed ReturnsBy
    go np Red Sox turning in some snappy j Daily
    fond of ber.It was difficult to keep
    "m stop and boy one." I band was to play in those cities tries it again. .Gopher says he 1
    that noncommittaLHe fielding and timely hitting behind What break for Key West. rather the outfield then the
    They stole like two schoolchildren too. a pla/
    I believe the Social Wire
    said quietly. "A pity If Ib.1not 5c
    I Robert "Lefty" Grove and Wesley'I to it infield. Those balls he
    playing truant through the halt Guy the right kind. You know. I tooka : League= will resume play Friday We sure were going put over says.
    was laughing silently Alison met great fancy to sour father. He Ferrell. h':rlers, they took both j night. In the first contest the strong But at the last minute it come too swift in the infield and -0-
    his eye and had to pot her own hand ends double bill from the! flunked. I was also carrying Bobby he is not used to that. .Now that [
    struck me as being rather a top I' of a : Cuban Club will tackle the Serv. i COME IN AND GET THE
    against her mouth to stop herself Waugh to fight Ki Pelican, the pineapple season is over Man-
    ice outfit and the Recreation will II
    from laughing aloud. She felt Idiotically ) per."Ite'l of ber Detroit Tigers ;j i 2 Y.unde; Fernandez to fight Battling -a ola and Robert can play for the I RESULTS OF THE
    a darllncPralle The Mackmcn out vie-:I tackle the Garage: nine in the sc-
    lighthearted absurdly happy : ({ I and then the two clubs I MAJOR BASEBALL
    father could always win Alison. :[I ond contest The Recreation ten ; Pijuan. Kid Tarzan to fight I Bakers PLAZASANDWICH
    torious the Cleveland I
    and excited mad solution but the i ,i
    : a "Yon know the funny part of It ls. i in both Barnes of a twin bill.*The must win to cinch the flag and K. O. Boan and Battling Rojas to will be evenly matched. Wttch j I LEAGUES
    only possible one! he took a fancy to you too." the Cub&n Club must win. If the I< fight; any one of the veterans. land see them in their next ap I SHOP -0-
    Athletics three
    And be played up so wonderfully ,} prshed over runs lost.Don't I
    matching her mood asking no more "You"Thank know yon!I didn't mean that!" tin the ninth inning of the opener:I j' Club loses and the Recreation ten I I'wins Boys. what down a-chance we have other 503 Duval Street I CIGARS, CIGARETTES,
    then it is all If the I!! get hearted some I
    Questions until they were In the car for their first victory and piledup over.
    "I know perfectly well what you I'I Clubs and the Recreation 2 day we may be able to go. I Great armies of gnats annually SOFT DRINKS,
    and safely off. mean. Liking Is generally mutual. five runs in the first inning of wns I! herald the arrival of drumfish Curb Service I ETC.
    "What's the ?" loses, the latter ten must play one
    game the second
    You're sure be liked me?" tame. I And now that the pineapple seasop schools off the South Carolina I
    "1"11 tell you. but atop first at the The White Sox and the Wal.1! I more game they have pending; {I. 1
    "I know he did. He was going to 1
    corner. There's a hat shop there!" ask yon to lunch today If she hadn't ingtcn Senators divided honors in!I Ia I with the Service nine. Thr !lhnd-j, is over, the Busy Bees and coast in early spring.

    The hat shop produced a beret of stepped In." I double bill the Nats taking the ,;: ing will show the fans what I I ._ -- ---_- ---- --- ---- -- --- -....

    not too bright-a blue to match All- "She? You mean your stepmother 'first game 9 to 8. The tally in i iI I I mean. Recreation, nine won. three

    son's coat and skirt, and. since she I ?" He was driving again now //the second was 9-3. :I lost; Cuban C ,t. eight won. five

    was known to them put It down. and did not look at Alison. The New York Yankees triumphed -j lost; Service, seven won. five lost; -
    From the shop she telephoned to Yes. As I. ayshe, seemed convinced twice over the St. Louis Browns : Lighthouse; seven won. seren lost;

    Perter. always discreet and left a you were a crook!" in their double hilt The New'I' Administration! seven won' seven i %5s' .

    message for her father she must to say lunch that He said thoughtfully. "1 wonder Yorkers,.as a result of the victory. lost; Garage fix won eix I lost; FIRMSI
    she had forgotten what put that Idea Into her bead?" added another to their lead i Bayview Park fix won." eight lost;
    be back !In time togo game
    out. she would I
    having breakfast American three
    'Apparently our standing.The Legion won
    in the American League
    out with Daphne at half past two. together!
    "A little hard! Even the honest !
    assuaged she NATIONAL LEAGUE Cain. Thomas and HemsVy,
    must eat"Tha.t'l!
    V-i back to the car. what's so silly. Alison First Game Heath. Rush To Give You Service-Patronize Them .

    "I say. that bat's a wow! I didn't was breathless. "She seemed to At New York R. II. E. I I

    knot* that a girl could buy a hat In think it sort of settled things-aV Cincinnati _...._......... 4 10 2 First Game

    less than ten minutes! Do tell me though she's not a bit that kind of New York ..m" .-_........ 173 I At Chicago: R. II. E.

    though-what's happened Nothing person herself I'm sure" Batteries: Freitas and Lom- Washington _______.n.___..... 9 15 11;1

    wrong Is there?" he asked. "Yon mean not prudish' bardi; Castleman. Al Smith and I Chicago .. ................. 882 AMERICAN COFFEE ROSES
    "Not much! Nothing! except rye "I should think anything but Mancuso. Batteries; Linke, Burke Bean i 1] JOHN C. PARK THIS SPACE

    shocked my stepmother to glory, prudish?" and Holbrook.: Bolton; Fischer, Now Offered in 3 Grades,

    and. she thinks yon must be the Tunny-! Second Game Tietje Wyatt and Sewell. FLORAL PIECES A
    deepest kind of crook!" "Isn't It? Particularly as In this At New York R. H. E. 328 SIMONTON ST.STAR, ft 25c;

    "She thinks I'm a crook Good case It's ber own fault. !" Cincinnati _..._.......000..000 390 Second Came :I LARGO, lb 18c; SPECIALTY 12 Insertions

    Lord be whafve sounded I doneTo less amused her than our "What Is?" New York ..._.....-_..._ 150 At Chicago R. II. K- V. & S., Ib 15c.

    anxious prise "Our meeting! Batteries: Hermann. and Camp- Washington ..........._.........3 7 1 PLUMBINGDURO I
    He braked with such suddennessthat PLANTS and VINES
    "She thinks you ought to have bell; Fitzsimmons Chagnon and Chicago ._................._. 9 14 0 Buy It At Your Local ,
    Alison was flung forward: be
    slept In the road In tba rain!" seemed unconscious of the fact: unconscious Mancuso. a. .. Batteries: Corix>la. Burke and Grocery Store PER. MONTH

    He laughed the Joyous laugh that too. that he was holding Bolton; Phelps and Sewell. SOUTH FLORIDA
    pleased her so well. np the traffics.t At Brooklyn R. H. E. I PUMPS Roasted In Key West by

    ""Sorry I never thought of It ojJ'd "She?- Responsible for our meeting Pittsburgh ..- ...__,... 482 .' First Came4At

    have swum to Warley. ,4, ? What d'you mean?" Brooklyn .mn.n__...___ 0 7 1 Detroit R. H. E.!! PLUMBING SUPPLIES STAR COFFEE MILL NURSERY

    And left little.Herbert to do'aaj te"It was Daphne who mixed tp thp Batteries: Brsh and Padden;'' Boston! _........000.4.__ 361 1 .r 512 Greene Street $3 00

    lag-snatching he fancied. added telegrams and sent me,down to that Zachary, "Claik arts Lopez: Phelps. Detroit ...m .........-....-i;+.. 150 I) PHONE 348 Phone 256 ..
    Alison gaily. "Well.,.I'm glad yo. house!" f 1 > fe Batteries: GroTe and R. Ferrell;I PHONE 597

    didn't anyway. I'd have been scared "Look here.sir you can't do his!" At Phi&delrWa R. H. E. Sullivan. Auker and Hayworth,

    to death. But !If yon meet her go An angry-looking policeman stuck Chicago __.........__..._ 4 10 1 i I

    gentle with her please. his head Into the window saw All- Philadelphia ....._. ._.10 15 2 Secomd Came HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE
    111 be gentle as a lamb.he prom- son and added. "If want to talk SELECT SEA FOODS -READ-
    yon Batteries: Henshaw. Casey At Detroit R. H. E.
    "If I have an Irresistible
    solemnly. I II
    ised the silver to your lady-friends, go down a side Root and Hartnett; Johnson and. Boston ........--................-. 981

    or do a Impulse spot of forgery to pinch Ill hold It street and park! Don't sold up all Wilson.St. Detroit ....................._m... 2 5 3 Jewfish, 2 lb. 35c THE KEY WEST\ '
    the other traffic
    sternly In check. I want to meet her. "Go I Batteries: W. Terrell and R.I' Yellowtail Steak 2 Ib.. 3Sc Office: 319 Duval Street
    tobegan then
    Guy hotly
    Is she one of those dear woolly old Louis at Bt-eton. postponed. Ferrell; Crowder Hogsett .
    checked 2 IU. 25cCreeper.
    himself. "Oh. all right con Yellowtail Bone, SUNDAY STARSubscription
    ladles who filled op with Ideas In rain. Cochrane.
    stable. Som.He trod hard on the --L- 2 Ibe. ______ 2Sc
    I. .
    had the oli tank
    and havent -
    accelerator and shot off but they TELEPHONE NO. 1
    emptied sinner were In the restaurant had found AMERICAN LEAGUE First CameAt Supper, 2 lb>. 25MuttOB $2 Per Year
    "Good Lord, no!"The Idea tickled the same corner table before he First Game Cleveland R. H. E. Fish 2 Ib>. 25c

    Alison. "Just the opposite. Hard as spoke of !It again. At. St. Louis R. H. E.New Philadelphia -.r.... 4 11 0 Key West's Only I Sunday .THE- Try Your Meals At

    calls." "Tell me. why did yon say your York ..?........__ 7 12 0St. Cleveland -.... ..1 FRESH SHRIMP
    "Oh that type!" He sounded as stepmother sent you to that house? Louis ....._:1._._-.. 473 i Batteries: .Bb!! ; ider. Benton Paper Ddmowco Restaurant
    If be knew It wen and liked It very and Richards Hudlin and Pytlak. FREE PROMPT DELIVERY PORTERALLENCOMPANY
    How could she mix the telegrams Batteries: Buffing and Dickey; ; Business Office Citizen BaJweuer B.*r ____.__ lie
    little. fCow ".''''.Iwlp U. WlneXf Knott Andrews and Hemsley. I
    Alison ended breathlessly "Well I Second Cane LOWE FISH COMPANY Building Sis: Cumn* Di.._., _...__
    haven't dared to tell her
    anyway Alison't story, tomorrow ...mtand Second Game At Cleveland R. H. E. PHONE 151 PHONE 51 ------- SOc. 75, ... ass
    that I'd asked yon to lunch. so I to suggest something to Guy. At St. Louis R. IL E.I Philadelphia ..._- 5 12 0 I

    New York _"_ 9 11 0 I Cleveland ......__._ 170 I

    t! St. Louis ._... .......*..._ 380' Batteries: Mahaffey and Berry;
    e.e.eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeToday's writer on bird Batteries: Tamulis and Dickey:1 CX.Brown.. Pearson Lee and Bren-.! AARON M.cCONNEU. Our Reputation i* WrapPRITCHARD

    Birthdays II Englewood.. N\J;. :71 ---I Van .Atta, Andrews, Weiland zel. Pytlak. 536 Fk.jsg Stre.t JENNIE B. DE BOER
    pod package
    I in every
    ee.eeeeeee..e.e.U. .. -- -- FUNERAL HOME
    Bishop Charles.

    S. Senator Charles L. Mel Louisville Ky.. P.J E. clergyman,' of

    Nary of Oregon born near Salem. born at New Britain. Conn.,' 71 STEAMSHIP Co. c:: PRINTINGDONE D1pilM41. SptpatJ.et -

    years ago.Rockwell.
    P & 0
    Orcjr.: years ago. UNITED STATES FAST C..rtay

    Nicholas Roosevelt of New Kent of New York. MAIL, ROUTES FOR BY US NOTARY PUBLIC
    born at Tar-
    famed artist-author 1
    I rytown N. Y., 53 years ago. Eff_trr. March 18k, 1935 i j -
    born tht-re. 42 years aro. i AND ENGRAVER
    Leave Key West for Havana Wednesdays and Saturdays I Serrice -
    'I Sir Oliver Lodge famed Eng.i 12120 f. III.Leave 11 See Him For Your Next Work ARTOTPRESSCitizen
    Hear Admiral Thomas C. Hart fish scientist born 84 years ago I II I Havana for Key West Thursdays and Mondays J l ALL PRICES REDUCED

    tuferinteiwlent of the U. S. Naval I Leave Key West for Port Tampa Thursday and Mondays I I Bide. LADY ATTENDANT Citizen Office
    born at Hoses 9 t* 12-1 t* S
    Academy Annapolis Captain Anthony Eden Britain'.l j 6:30 P. M. ]

    Davidson, Mkh., 58 years ago. Lord Privy Seal, born 38 years'1 TicutReeeI'Yat oaa sad lafematiw .tT.... Office w thej Opn Saturday Nights PHONE 51 PIa... 548 Never Slop
    I ago. J JSubscn"be I Dock. 'PIII_ 71 '

    Dr Frank M. Chapman of New ': J.. H. COST 1R. A emU I.i. I I.
    naturalist explorer to The Citizen.
    York, famed ,



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    .........................(......... ... ......s.a : '!immediate drop in the worker's remain on the property for five''
    Ma Perkins
    PERSONAL MENTION i i Says: income are wrong. years for a small annual rentaL I ECZEMA

    At any time during that period
    I tchinft
    :-: : : ...... .................I.IIrs. On the same day as the NRA he could again regain title to the
    MT2 decision, the Supreme Court property by paying the appraised'' For quick relief

    ........................................... ... ) Blanche Winslow left yes- C I handed down another opinion value-w-hich. as the apprau*!: from the fiery tor

    terday for Miami where she will I which, while not so well" publicized -I was made on the basis of depression meat and to control:

    Enjoyable Party Given Last I visit for several days. N is of equal importance. ,values was bound to be! the .ee..t Itelol.r.

    The Frazier-Lemke farm mort much less use soothiog Br.iDoL
    I than the
    Night For Pocahontas ClubThe I Miss Dorothy ',Woods who was 1 f 1 II gage moratorium law provided I Ii mortgage. original' It belpe nature heal
    spending' a few days in Key West '' ddyirritated w.
    O i that when a farmer was threatened The Supreme Court in a'
    with relatives and friends left 1 Get ajar today.
    with foreclosure he could unanimous decision read by famed
    members. cf the Past Poca I Edith Russell, Mary Whitmarsh I yesterday afternoon for the home: I I apply to a Federal court for aid. liberal Justice Brandeis. declared!

    hontas Club and their friends were I Sarah Ann Birs, Miriam Carey;I in Tavernier.Mrs. i 1\X\ i The court was empowered to issue this law unconstitutional as it
    delightfully entertained at a 1! Merdame Lillie Weaver, Lillie i 0
    a stay against the foreclosure and deprived a mortgage holder of
    Cootie Party at the home of Mrs.' j Hart Bernice Park, Alice Curry, Aldrich wife of Car Fore- ,, have the revalued .
    property by property without. just
    Harry Roberts on Fleming street Mary Cruz, Mamie Jiubsell, Annie II'' man J. I) Aldrich of the Florida 1 9P local appraisers. Thereafter the as provided for compensation in 'the-
    Eaker Saunders Adella East Coast at Key West
    last night. Ruby Railway law provided, the farmers could Constitution.
    The prize :or ladies was won by Whitmarsh Dertie Higgs. left yesterday afternoon for a few

    Mrs. Lillie Weaver and the men's Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Haskins, I days with relatives in Jacksonville ; : ...................s.s.s '

    prize was won by Anthony lias-' Mr. and Mrs. P. S{. Crews Mr. TiAssTifmfCOLUMN i: ; Today In !
    :I and 'Mrs. Walter Kemp, and :Mr. History

    kins.Those present were: Misses land i Mrs. Hairy Roberts. Mrs Norman A. Hoy, who was i ................. ......... I

    ------I- __ I spending a while in Key West with 1! 1838-Act of Congress :
    '' relatives and friends, left yester- ; approved

    Mrs. P. CosgroveReturnedNome Make Plans For ] day afternoon to join Mr. Hoy at .......................i Wisconsin, creating that part of the then j ABOUT 3 YOUR FACTS EYES!
    Territory lying west of ,
    I' Coming Dance San Diego, Calif. :I I I. PERSONAL the Mississippi into the Territory
    I I
    I 1. the human
    i _______. of Iowa. I
    Mrs.\ Camille Pinder and children STOMACH ULCER, GAS PAINS, : is a delicate instrument it will
    'ain I .Plans will be completed I I
    Mrs. Cosgro.e.lfe of Cap- 1 I to-I I who were in Key West for I INDIGESTION victims, why I 1846-Treaty fixing north-, serve long and well when prop

    Phillip L. Cos-;roe, of the Light- night for the dance being I a brief visit with relatives left)I .7 I suffer For quick relief get al I II west boundary of the U. S. at the' erly cared for.
    house Tender I 7. who' has been at the Key .West Country Club yesterday afternoon for the home + !
    : i free sample of Udga a doctor's'prescription : 49th parallel signed with England. 2. A person's eyes should
    away, from the city for almost" Friday under the sponsorship of in Tavernier. "A fool never cot his reputation bv keeoinc his mouth shut" at Gardner's Phar-l | have periodic examination
    two returned on the Havana j I I ', 1898-American army of inva
    I the recreation department of the I __ macy. correct faulty vision before it
    Special 'J tertlay. i i Hay G. Bush deputy U. S. marshal -J --- n u ---- -- -- i may21-22-23-28-29-30 ; on, 16,000 strong, embarked at''! is too late.

    Leaving Key West 21 months'ago 'I Key West Administration. A re- who went to Miami to con.: .................................................1 11.12.13x ; june4-5-6-; Key West for service in Cuba. 'I j
    I : 3. In of
    Mrs. Ccwgrcve -crt to the !] hearsal of the floor show is taking duct a prisoner, returned yester cases impaired
    mountains of North Carolina |i iwhere place tonight. I day. ECONOMIC HIGHLIGHT 1 1I FOUND "i i 1918-U. S. soldiers complete I vision eye-glasses are the only I

    sho rcma", ed three months: I I capture of Belleau Wood. s j permanent remedy.For
    The floor show is under the direction ,
    and'then went to New York where i Lancelot Lester. Jr., son of HOR RIMMED SPECTACLES.] 1924-St. Paul passenger train a complete: examination
    of Malls White
    she rrnainj "q>rtil per retlrn. ", I I the George director Attorney and Mrs. J., L. Letter, Happenings That Affect the Dinner Pails, Dividend I Owner may have same by paygrog -' hold{! up and robbed of $2,000,000 see-
    Citizen: of music section'of the '
    Mrs. Cosgrove told The student at Florida University in for this ad return of -all eight bandits involved later'caughU
    : : or
    National i DR. J. A.
    Bills Individual VALDES
    and Tax of
    that she has completely recovered ; administration. An excellent program Gainesville returned yesterday for? Checks Every ; mine taken by mistake. Jefferson -, : it I

    from he? nervoas i indi'position'and! ':: is being arranged, it was the holidays with the family.T. and International Problems Inseparable"From -i !! B. Browne. junl-tf I --- t j Orthogon Soft-Lite Licensee

    i is glad to get Vac!: home to family said- -- I Local Welfare 1929-Attachment of French'. I 53Z Daval Str.et
    and friend: f Bob's orchestra is to furnish I i
    I' ,
    i colonial annihilated
    , ; MISCELLANEOUS trodps nearly
    -.; ,i N for the 11 T evening refreshments I Florida East Coast: Railway com I by Moors. ; ".ek-lIr' I........ H..1"
    toe will be .
    Dance Tonight ForI It rumored that law general and still is. in favor '
    i pany arrived yesterday for a con. was long was SPEND YOUR VACATION AT,
    served.. Those,wishing reserved ; THE SEMINOLE
    College Students ference with county and city of- yers close to the Administration of fair hours and wages. Since Beautifil Miami Beach. Terrace

    I I tables should call the recreation fciials and left in the afternoonfor -as well as those associated with I the decision, the heads of literally i Apti. 620 Lenox Ave., BumsteadsWormSyrupT .-as
    ; St. Augustine. hundreds of major corporations Modern, Clean, Efficiency and 4
    rMldrwi aacHitrvrtiim f ? '"'- G a\y
    College boys and girls who have. industrial and business organizations ; an mewy
    have announced that they'will not Bedroom Apts. $10, $12.50,1' arv f iieo.... IT %t..R
    returned to the city., for their' dance. The affair is free to FAILS nrupt..rarrily am ranremesrmt.f
    --felt the NRA was partly
    Miss Dorothy Key who change existing wage andtoiking $15 Monti.: Also rates by Week ".'\TOSIS. It _t.._ fall em..
    summer vacations will be honored all college, boys and girls. memo uncontitutionaL i to pre-NRA standards. h and pixlT ram' !.-.*. Sold cnvrwlMiter i ass
    Season. Wire Reservations
    or Write 'hi/
    spending a few days in Miami as It y vail. Me n kottla.be. k
    tonight _at the Habana-Madrid bers and friends of the Habana- guest of her sister, Mrs. Orlean Is was likewise believed that an I i, Prices are another matter. Once i, Now. jun8-6tx C. A y..heea II.OJ... 1"ILUN.r...... Ip
    Club. Tonight will be "Collegiate Madrid. NRA Supreme Court test case the codes were thrown out, li-

    Night." j i Music will be furnished by the Dennafield. returned on the Havana I would result in a split dici. ion- dustry was at liberty to I operateon i I EXPERIENCED DRIVER will MONROE THEATERWallace

    There will be no script taken at Habana-Madrid orchestra.jveoaaaaeae. Special yesterday. probably 5 to 4-as in the rail ,. a competitive basis First I drive to New Jersey or Newt I Ford-Barbara I
    Kent in
    --- -- --_ --- I road pension and gold seizure break came in cigarette prices I I York for transportation. 612
    Joseph Toraao. student at Florida SWELLHEAD
    cases. NRA friends were certain which, held by the code, to :I'' White street. junl0-3tx JarkM .illr, Florida
    ...........,- .
    University singer and musi- I II -also-
    NEW RECORD IN j I I that the liberal justices--Hughes, minimum of 13 cents dropped at! 1 ('!!.% cian heard the college
    i TO SUBSCRIBERSIf frequently on Carozo, Brandeis and Stone- once to 10 and 11 cents. And in I ROOMS I WONDER BAR I A human home-like. Institution
    broadcast, arrived yesterdayfor where will find ,. laditldnalcomfort
    I would uphold the law. Thew were many lines of business jobbers;:': $2.00,1 I I Matinee: Balcjny, lOc; Orene- yon and valrrlalKairnl.r n mat-
    the holidays with his mother.
    DRIVING PILING : the "THE MUNRO" Rooms tra, 15.20 Night 15-25c ;
    do act receive almost equally certain that canceled future orders: believingthat ; i ter of great importance.
    you your
    Mrs. Eva B. Warner and other -- - -
    paper by 6:15 o'clock in the relatives. I conse.rvatives-1\kRe'nold"\ Butler they would soon be able to 1, $2.50 and $3.00 per week,' i -
    Vandevanter and Southerland Double and Single. 128 N. E. \ \\\U'tl"'IIII f A alert 'Inop..' bsiidisd l.raledIn
    afternoon, call telephone 51 buy the same products for much f the ...rt .e sbe city
    WORK: CARRIED ON BY UNIT+, and a paper will be tent to Mr. Morris Holtsberg who, -would vote against it. Their less money. I 4th street, Miami, Fla. SPEND / j -o--

    your borne. A complaint boyis with Mr.' Holtsberjr. left last weekto principal worry was what aide I may24-lmox ;, Every Room with Combination Tub
    ED STATES LIGHTHOUSE Responsible industrialists were ,
    I on duty at this office from Justice Roberts would take. YOUR and Shower Bath. Radio. Eir I -trio
    witness the graduation of their Ceiling Kan. Mat Dour for SummerVentilation
    DEPARTMENT FORCESA 6:15 to 7:15 p. m. for the son. Herman from Florida University As a result, when the Supreme largely opposed to NRA pncf'-I I FOR REN1 I II Comfortable lied with

    I purpose of delivering complaint returned yesterday. Mr. Court by a unanimous decision, cutting. AS a result,_ ,I BICYCLES.::WE- RENT by the J I VACATIONTHIS [] Ktrnrtion Mattresses and of Inner Inditidual Spring Head Con.

    *. Help n* fire yon 100 Holt>berg and Herman will return threw out the NRA is entirety, groups which were umVj! coded Hour, Day or Week. Repair ing Lam....

    new rel'O--driving piling I percent service by caling 51 over the highway.Mrs. I the Administration was staggered.In have announced that they plan to all makes and paint them with I :; ,YEAR INS : HATES!
    if you do not receive The Citi- the week following the decision 1 Nn-EnameL We a full .!ale
    into the solid rock was established p many wild rumors filled 'the voluntarily continue them, ev,n carry I FLORIDAroll TH !<__.. Private Stalk ELliS
    aea. II. Stolsworth. who was supply of parts. Agent for the MO .t_.. Private Oath 3JH
    recently uy the lighthouse Tender I ........................ spending a vacation in Key Westas air. NRA friends said that the though it is no longer legacy:; R6Ilfast and Dayton Bicycles.I NEALIN.! *.. ite sse.. Prliale llalb :3JN
    court's act meant the ; the :2 R..m. Private Bath aj
    when five iron Supreme obligatory. is plaa'nto And sell them low $5.00
    Ivy piling as
    were as
    I the guest of :Miss Mary Whit- I* "._p'e H__.. Private Bath 4JU9
    was supervised by First Officer return of the sweat shop child which st'il believes down and $1.00 week. We I
    driven at Pula ki Shoals in approximately I marsh, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Administration per SLIGHT limKAUK: FOR LKIIBLD
    three hours. Muse. Thomas Whitmarsh, at the homeon labor industrial peonage. NRA that stabilized price levels are essential Buy and Sell all makes of used I/l/ '\\\ I OCClPAftl'Y, : ;
    The Ivy sailed last night witha Olivia street left yesterday opponents said that the way was Bicycles. Phone 276. J. R.
    -- --
    - -
    The Ivy, temporarily commanded cleared for business to to the reco/ery program.;
    working party under Foreman now go Stowers 515 Duval
    afternoon for her home in Jack company
    by First Officer L II. Muse Paul Atwell which was left at Re- sonville. ahead full blast. Democratic lead- Thus the upshot of the Su- street. apr9-tf

    during the vacation of Captain I becca Shoals to scale and paint the ers in Congress spoke vaguely of preme Court's decision is likelyto

    Phillip L. Cosgrove, and Tender I structure. framing new laws which would result in the best.phases the i FURNISHED APARTMENT, elec- 11
    Eugene Wilson who was in Key
    Poppy, in command of Captain, West several months the guestof attain the1' purpose of the dead NRA idea being continued voluntarily I tric. ice box: Archie Thompson

    Jphn Peterson, are donig the work- as NRA. and, still be constitutional. -while its worst phases I 1001 Eaton street Phone 879-J.
    ) Mr. and
    his uncle and
    the lighthouse erected aunt compulsion price boosting and i may21-lmox i
    on now being tin
    President Roosevelt in a stratling' f..ri"- lli
    aski Shoals to drive the last two MM. Paul Lumley. left yesterdayover .. >i
    Pulaski Shoals constitutional .
    at overriding of rights.will
    I interview, intimated that he
    the East Coast for his homein press I
    Operations of driving the piling piling for the light structure' and I New York. might seek a Constitutional be dropped. Ib is obvious thata PIANO TUNING

    was accomplished in the record assist the Poppy in installing! the amendment giving Congress the lessening of bureaucratic con!!

    time stated under favorable foundation sockets and struts. the Court has trol over business, which NRA I PIANO TUNER, Laureano Mo ICE
    I Mrs. Luis Mer.dez, formerly powers for sale ii
    reno. Excellent piano USE
    weather conditions with officers increased will
    After these abjubcts have been Miss Claudina Lucignani, who was, said' it does not now possess i j immeasurably I cheap. 1018 Division street ill
    and men of both the Ivy and Pop- Now that sufficient time has stimulate private initiative. It is [
    : installed the rest of the work of with her two sons the guest of her m23-lmo
    py doing the respective tasks allotted parents. Mr. and Mrs A. Lucig- passed to review events calmly equally obvious that the psychological j' ITS PURER!
    them during this type of erecting the structure willie car. effect of the decision-'
    : op- it safe to that no new :
    seems '
    nani left yesterday afternoon for say .
    erations which in this instance I ried on by the I'o-ppy. the home in Miami. J NRA law will be attempted-most' which said, by intimation: "State's l FOR SALE ? ? t' LASTS LONGER!

    - ._-----_____u, .__ .. Administration lawyers have ad-i rights still exist, and the Federal I ALL METAL ICE BOX. Three
    mitted that the decision leaves no power does not dictatorship I ICE REFRIGERATORS
    Gerald Saunders., of the Florida : compartments.. Drinking! water
    Public Utilities company!! in Key room for further efforts along, over private endeavors not faucet and water bottle. In i i
    Around America afternoon for that line-and that the most extreme within interstate commerce"willibe Made of all metal equip
    Traveling West left yesterday good condition. $10 cash. Apply w ,
    enemies'were a to industrial ..iI I '
    Orlando. FUu where he will attend NRA1 friends and And those spur who exPIJ'l'jq.n'l I 625 Division street. ;, ped with WATER COOLERS 1
    the annual conference of the wrong. Employers are not jun2-3t: I ff

    Methodist churches as, delegate.Mr. cutting wages and increasing! that the decision would cause an I J JI! They're Economical ;

    Saunders was to have left hours and the fact that the NRA I f 1

    Monday morning: in company with no longer exists has not :given5ise !; FAST FREIGHT SERVICE,, 100 Per Cent Refrigeration wi
    Rev. and Mrs. Summers but was to a major boom in business PALACE; I Satisfaction fI
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    detained by business, overnight: William Haines in" I- i' I '

    So far as the public was concerned :' THE MARINES ARE COMING NEW YORK l i I I Priced at 1

    Mr and Mrs. Harold J. Kaelin, the NRA did three things Noel Coward in I

    who were married in the First It artificially raised wages, THE SCOUNDREL 7

    Methodist church in Key West, shortened the working week and I Matinee, : 10-lSc; Night: 15-25e and BOSTONFrom 1k $30 and 2)OD) L

    Sunday June Z, and left the next increased prices. Industry in ,

    day for Marathon; returned Sun -'-- .- Key West alternate Friday: EASY TERMS' -10 DAYSTHOMPSON'S ,

    day for a brief visit with Mrs\ From New York altercate TB*.- r FREE TRIAL Vi
    Kaelin's sister Mrs Harry Snow days

    end left yesterday aftrenoon for ICE CO.
    t Marathon where they will remain From Boiton alternate Saturday:

    until the end of the week and thengo t 1 AlnEW! ORLEANS to KEY WEST! 't! V'L' INC

    to their home in Miami. it a' + Alternate We.'.....,... Arrive 11
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    Her Meat aeeaa* day fallowingCLYDEMALLORY. "


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    the death of our beloved wife and I I

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    Gran Lire Pritchard's Funeral Home. Their

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