The Key West citizen
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Title: The Key West citizen
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: June 14, 1935
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
daily[ former <1908-1909>]
daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358017
oclc - 02701762
notis - ABZ6317
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System ID: UF00048666:00041
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Service.Press Day Wire.. ..... : 1 Wtzt: Key West Florida, has the

r;. Interests Years Devoted of Key West to the tjc tp t ( t tcn most country equable; with weather an averageS in the

ran a of only 14' Fahrenheit

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Fourteen Judges Are Selected To GILFOND MEETS J COMMITTEE CONSIDERING WILCOX BILL I II !I Trial Balloon Season Opens As Political = ;


: Weigh Hauptmann Appeal June 20! '

I] FLIES IN KEY WEST AND NO NAME KEY Groups Probe Trend Of Public SentimentFLAG

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Ruling In Case To Deter- -
STATE ADMINISTRATOR IS iwrlal \\....I.c..By. rrrspvHdVnt P.l'r. amer ., Tae ('ltI,. I
mine Status'' Not Expected Ideal Marriage AgesDetermined 1 MUCH PLEASED WITH PRO I WASHINGTON D. C.. June 14.E; money. to the Department of Ag- DAY BEINGOBSERVED Said That All Forecasts

I By NazisIlly II -The House Agriculture commit._ I. riculture. HOUSING
AMelat4 Irru> PROGRAM tee today. is considering Repre i Under the terms of the bill the}
OctoberBy BERLIN June 14.-With I Department of au.i f 1936 Just Simply Mat-
the calm assurance of a dictatorial scntativc J. Mark Wilcox's bill! Agriculture is [
CBy Asersted Pwrt
regime, the nazi thorized to' cooperate with the}iI TALLAHASSEE, FU. June ter Of GuessingBy
racial politics department After a visit in Jacksonville for j j authorizing an expenditure ofjj (I IN MANY SEC- i

SA.MUEL G. BLACKMAN announces that the best ages several days conferring with Ju- i Florida Slate Plant Board in con.' 14--Florida will observe natioa >
/ $36.OOO for the eradication; of the i TIONS
IBy AMM-latr Pr-..' for marrying are 26 for men lius F. Stone Jr.. M. E. Gilfond j trolling and eradicating these J OF CITY *! better housing day BYRON PRICE

TRENTON N. J., June 14 and 24 for women. Key West Administrator return.!I! West Indian Fruit and Blacks i (tMf .f H.,.... The AMceUied
about scourges. j Ju.. l' \%... ..
But it admits only 15 under proclamation mw .I.S( )
Fourteen black-robed justices of ed yesterday over the East Coast. j jI i f
one-tenth of the 509,597 flit West Today marks the /158th anni- Current political
r> Key _and No Name'] happenings
Representative i iWileoJl
I.at. In Jacksonville Mr. Gilfond per-I I According to by Governor Sholtz.
the court of errors and appeals wedding in this country I l versary of the Amercian Flag and I I can be observed
sonally reported to State Admin- j Kc with" clearer
year were of couples of those these two pests are localized The Federal Housing Administration per-
will take the life of Bruno Richard istrator Stone on the situation in! in various sections of the the I
city i spective if it.i.is remembered
year.The department finds "the Key West and gave a complete; Representative Wileox introcluc. and there is no danger of..preading. is sponsoring a

Hauptmann in their hand. sharp increase in marriagesdue summary of the activities and I iI I!I cd his bill in the house last TuesI .i* A quarantine has been stars and stripes arc on display.In nationwide celebration I i Is n session for trial ballcoos.j .
work of the administration 1
since on
June 20 to determine if he must to national socialist en- i former number of
couragement a source of t Mr.\ Stone left Key West. I j I day., which authorizes the Secretary : established at South Ferry he years a that day to mark the start of j I In all political camps the prim
die for the kidnap-slaying. of I I They "conferred at length relative I organizations: in Key West made i i objective
great satisfaction In 1932 of thi said. of the next si& months
Treasury to appropriate
to general plans for the future I construction of homes.GIVESSTATUSOF.
Charles'A. Lindbergh, Jr." it says, there were 7.9 mar i I |I 1 I new !I
preparations days before June 14
; and the local administrator| will be to test out
'- '! ---- -- -- popular opine
riages per 1,000 of popula i I I i
For four and a half hours-the ties, compared to 10 1,. i had several conferences with Conrail for celebrating' this day, it. was .I. r.l.l-.I' ion. The
per '
J i Van Hyning, new state com.,I! TIMES I : favorite way of doing
defense has been assigned three, in 1934. AHEAD I I
"the'state an-Lour ; : : j l'mist-toner of social welfare. i j said, but in recent years interest', : : that is to throw out from variousangles
and half
a .I.I''' 1C "Mr. Stone was very much i i j t
-they will listen to oral argu- f r pleased with the progress; which I II !i PRESIDENT OF PUBLISHERS ASSN. I| has not been so evident: ,and but [! a plentiful assortment' of

ments in the quiet whitewalledroom. bas been made here since he left I)j little attention, in the way of 'if'HOUSEREPAIRS i suggestions and
ideas and
But this will be NEW HANDICRAITT.1 I for Jacksonville," Mr. Gilfond j ; : see
liminary for during the whole pre of told The Citizen today. "He' is I'!' -PROVEN BY AVAILABLE FIGURES I II celebration has been given to the j what happens to them.
CLASS PLANNED ;i: just a, much interested in Key i '
the summer they will study individually ;I West now ashen he had a home l I i day. ACTIVITIES CONFINED TO RELIEF i, That is why it is especially

the ten-volume recordof i (,J here during the winter season.I!! (Industrial New Service) I I|I with industrial] issues; totaling only I Yesterday recognition of the CLIENTS AND RENT- |I hazardous just
to jump to
I now
I I I Even when he is transferred t', NEW YORK
to June
the trial at Flemington before 14.-"Busi-1 $975.000 event was at of
in May last and given a meeting
TO BE STARTED BY SOCIAL!!i Washington there is no question iI i i ness has pulled itself out of thedepression" ABLE PROPERTY I II conclusions about the real intention
deciding whether Hauptmann'a $350,000 the Rotary Club, when Rev. J. C.
appeal {I'I but that he will remain in close i and "there is nothing: in May 1933 ;
from conviction is justified.The SERVICE DEPARTMENT touch with activities here." I I ahead but good times." said' The New York Times weekly in-j t Cickeler gave an instructive and I I of any. political group.

decision probably will be TUESDAY MORNING !I j C. B. Tread way, state director Jerome D. Barnum of Syracuse, dex of business activity as ., interesting reading on tee American (louse repair and rehabilitation To that given
ub-I say some action
made late_ in October. Eight votes I of federal work operations, and president of the American Newspaper Inhed June 2, showed a small advance Flag.Today. I work of the Key West Administration -!
will be needed for Hauptmann to -, I,I Mr. Stone are leaving Jacksonville j..1 Publishers Association in vi.h sutornooile production members of the PythianSisters is confined to homes of relief ia j j today forecasts this or that fop
i Monday, accompanied by Com- his first j are tagging pedestrians 1936 is merely to indulge tit
trial. A new handicraft class will be! public statement follow holding a surprisingly high level a clients which are in a bad state of > guess
get a new A 7-7 vote wiL'? r
j j mijsioner Van Hyning. for Washington ing the NRA upset in Washington, at a time when the seasonal trend I Iis with small' : replicas of the national repair and to houses which can be ;< ing. Every politician knows thai
sustain the verdict of the t'ightl I[ started by the social service dcpartmert -1 where they will confer I! and trade analyists were quick to normally do' nward. Rains were j' emblem' at a forerunner of the entertainment -I made rentable, it was emphasized : many of the flowers which bloom

\ men and four men who sat in of the Key West Administration -:! with Federal Emergency Relief I II [ cite figures; in support of the pubusher's repotted in railroad car loadings. (Ii! to be given tonightin I iat the Key West Administration' so profusely in the summer and
judgment in the old Hunterdon .1 Administrator Harry Hopkins. Following optimistic prophecy. : (Heads of some of the largest;!: industrial i$ Pjthian hall by members of the I this morning. )
county courthouse for the first next Tuesday morn-)I their return to Florida they'j ,I "The United States will continue -; organizations forecast a local Knights of Pythias.At t Houses of non-relief clients are | fall of a pre-presidentUl. year will

t 'j: hope to come to Key West and I I to advance," said !Mr. Bar- ,i steady! climb in employment and I this entertainment the Py i re-conditioned when the owners i iI ( be missing from the garden en-
six weeks of this year. 1 1 i ingp; Mrs.\ Nina Ryder Johnson, director II lay specific plans for the future,I num. refusing to be dismayed by'!'!I production with no general: cuts! thian Sisters are to he guests of I are willing to turn over all rents ; tirely when spring comes again.
Hauptmann To Be Absent I Mr. Gilfond said. the sudden i, the brother order, and all Key the Key West Administration I
curbing Washington
of social service here announced -I,j I in wagse. which is a companion of; [ Nest-Egg Difficulties
1Chancellor 1 Luther A. Campbell, bureaucracy. We!ten who are interested in the 11.0 the full cost of rehabilitation
a falling! and not -ising market. j i The Springfield conference of
the state's highest: ; judicial officer this morning. PLAN[ TREATMENT Here are some of the encouraging i 1 Grain prices were thrown for a Flag Day celebration are invitedto been collected by the Admin.
will preside at the appeal. I II t statistics disclosed as active j, loss as traders in the Chicago I attend. I..s Through, this method i!; republicans has staled some general -
,- i I ,The new class has been made!] spring, .trade merged into a prom!\f"pit":- .de vt'lot.cd jitters, following -r houses ar&.bring,, made avail;! !-principles on- which it thin,
''IertrrgWIth: hint wilt: be Chief Justice Thomas J. Brogan and: flock Offerings for May were :3 j Hof i persons who' already have en- i -ccnt and 5-cent cotton as I But no one should suppose it
seven associate justices: of the the largest since May, 1931, and: ]KS5ib1c if the government's houses which the Administration I
I i rolled. A' minimum number is 1.e-1 crop I :, has committed the party to those
supreme court and five lay judges.:) WILL BE OPEN TO ALL AT industrial: issues were prominent;|, control program: is scrapped. Stock PROGRAMINPARK feels are rentable where the cost principles. It sectional
E quired before class was a
: a new can i
in is not excessive
the considered for
new financing indicating;< exchanges too.ere disturbed !- are j
Normally the court is composed of|'. I i : y conference: only. The greatest
start. i CLINIC TOMORROW I -- I rehabilitation.
] manufacturers
of durable '
ilhp !: !imi.siic from lic' j
16 men, but there is one lay vacancy -; I I pe reports pains were taken to keep it "un-
and Justice Thomas W.:I R, Clashes will be held from 'J a. MORNING goods are encouraged to make'I White Hou-e, but there is much I'I AMATEUR NIGHT ENTERTAIN. The homes of some Administra-j I'! official." There were. party fac
until and I longtime commitments. Four in- Trenchant who sat at the Flem- m. noon Tuesday Friday I I tions even In the( } midwest\ which
dt-strial rtock;; issues last month MENT PUT ON BY KEY on relief! are being repaired but !
I gone "bearish": on America'a fu-J I ,
will not take in interested i
ington trial part '' mornings. All persons totaled $20.510,000, compared I tire a* a fixed; : policy. I each week a proportionate part of ,, either Refused,oi. failed to. par:
the appeal. t in attending the new class f'hould',, All persons in Key West and WEST ADMINISTRATION the cost of the repair work is deducted ticipate.
Hauptmann himself will not be, be at the handicraft workshop''! Monroe county can take the typhoid -i i -- -- ---- -- -- -_ f f.I'I'I"III'II'I. from the employe's salary.Nonemployes 'I' Finally and most important of

prose hi at the hearing and the I immunization treatment to 1 I of the Admin I all from the standpoint of practical -

attendance will be limited to Tuesday morning.lrs. Johnson i be given at the clinic tomorrow J. LUCEZ WILL' BE I :i Approximately 2,500 persons I, t rat ion, should employ private carpenters j politics it remains to be dci .
about 75 persons. {' said, since it is much better to morning 10 o'clock. I attended the amateur for the repair work which i veloped whether effective finan-
,The carpenter's lawyers C. ,start with the entire class than to: I CUBA FOR CUBANS, I perfrm'I'I '|' cial backing can be mustered for
I These innoculations are not bet -| INTERRED TODAY ance staged last night in they wish to hare done it wa*:
Lloyd Fis>her. Frederick A. Pope:, attempt to "catch up" al'cr the ing limited to relief clients or' NEW LAW PROVIDES,'Park under the direction of the i I t> a party movement of this charac-

and Egbert; Rosccrans have as .group already, has progressed., :!; persons living in Key West butI I i 'I I recreation department of the Key I Ii ter.It
signed 193' reasons why they may be taken by anyone wishing /ny ".._1.... Pre... West Administration. : ; is no secret that the pre,"nt
think Hauptmann's conviction 1 STEAMSHIP UNITARRIVES !' to take precaution against typhoid I, CORONER'S JURY IN CASE HAVANA June 14.-In Winners, in the order of the GIVES NOTICE ON republican organization in havm;?

should be reversed. All. are basedon fever. I I RENDERED VERDICT i' an effort to protect its native place they won. follow: Olga Ramos great difficulty getting together
alleged "errors" in the con-II' "We anxious to haveas 'I''I'I workers Cuba has i even a campaign nest-egg for
I are very a new song; Shirley Henson. song, HEALTH
duct of the trial. IN CITY law 1936. If the "Spring idea" not
many persons come as posJsible" YESTERDAY providing that when an i i and Ellen Mae Wharton tap MATTERSi L-
Of the total number 42 relateto said Mrs. Nine I:. Johnson I employer who has both n.- I dance. i -- more fruitful of cash backing

Justice Trenchard's charge;!: to 1 p i director of social service here, I lies and alier on hi. staffwishes i I Others taking;!: part on (he program I some other approach mast, pCT'fOfet' -
the Most of the others are'ba Dr. H. C. Galey city health offjcer be tried.
jury. CONFER WITH LOCAL COM "e'pecialy since the water in cisterns I After a short session yesterday to reduce his force, I were: Madge:; Sands! song;
: are M low and it is just the{ afternoon the soroncr's jury in-1 i must let the foreigners go Ilfarral'l't1Iite.\ song; Edith Harris morning j I
preliminary proceedings;!: the PANY RELATIVE TO CHAR! time' when typhoid fever can" 'I before he can discharge a |Ii tap dance; Flossie Mae Key. statement for publicalionin I i ? The answer to that f'Jt1t'Y
defense stressed, four points. It (easily: start." pes-tigatirg the death: of Jose Cuban. i[ pong; Phylli Espinol, song and The Citizen: : I Ilion I too will be decided by the
charged the summation of Attorney TERING S. S. FLORIDA The innoculations are being I, Luccz, woo: 'va:: sound dead in his|I I I II i j Mary\ Sawyer song. "All citizens of Key West arej I I trial balloon process. Those! who

General David T. W l'n1l'as given by Dr. Harry C. Galey and| rocm at the .residence: Eaton anti :'' ::4TII""I".4TIIIA'I 'J I Judges in the contest were urged tf> 'co to the FERA clinic J favor t"Oalition-including rhJ ,.
inflammatory that he II I Mrs. Edwina (Hodges, public health Whitehead street brought: in a'I'I ,I Mrs. Mabel Perez Mrs. Marjorie 10 o'clock Saturday morning June J I banding the republican party en-
sented varying theories to I.re-I Captain Mulitolland, port captain (- nurse. in Monroe county. I' verdict; 'I'! (;wynn, Mrs. Tony Yates 15, for innocutotion a3 a preventive J f tirely-are watching the weather'
for the death of the baby; ,that of the Eastern: Steamship .... I TANKER MEVANIA I I Abury) and Phillip Raeighl. mec.ure against: typhoid fever. j vanes very anxiously and fiat:
the trial itself was in effect a I company at New York; Port I The verdict was based on the This is a county-wide program i' now somewhat dubiously.

"circus maximus" and that the Steward O'Brien and Steward i OFFICERS COMINGTO I evidence educed at the hearing II COMES TO PORTVESSEL I and all: persons are urged I The Democratic .B.'I_' i

daily presence of Col. Charles A.I, Hanson of the Eastern Steamship 1 that death res .:ted from a central SPONGE SALE"HELD to tale" advantage of this. oppor1,1 t The biggest and brigbtest-hucd

Lindbergh unduly influenced they' Company, arri' ed on the Havana i GET PRISONER i hemorrhge. superinduced by ar- tunity. I J I'democratic balloon now afloat ha:
I this morning to confer with I (Signed) DR. II. C. GALEY
Special ;!: : '
jury. sclerosis, hardening of thearteries. ANCHORS IN HARBOR II' TODAYSIX to do with possible revision of the
j I Health Officer.
Court' officials of the P. and O. S. S. II' ie-ria. City
May Co To U. S. Supreme i I I constitution.
It contends ,' that company. I,I WHILE CAPTAIN COMES I! When Mr. Roosevelt spoke out
moreover )
Funeral services are to be held
The Eastern S. S. company LUCAS GOMEZ HELD PENDING i
ASHORE ON BUSINESS he did at the
Hauptmann's constitutional rights chartered the P. and O. S. S. 1 1 this afternoon from the Lopez i I LOTS WERE PLACED ON as already-famous
were violated, and has Mid it wily, Florida last and will again ARRIVAL OF DEPUTIES i Funeral Home chapeL Rev. G. GOOD LUCK press conference many peopl
carry the case to the United Stalest! this year have the vessel!! under Perez, of the Latin Methodist Tanker Mevania, of the C. ).'j LOCAL MARKET THIS \ AR'ARlN concluded he not only favored

supreme court. .(I: charter plying !between: New York FROM TAMPA church will officiate. I Mallory company. arrived in port': MORNING ,_ Dated fur/ constitutional changes but would
make that rueHion the
The state built its case on this ? paramountissue
evidence I and Portland Maine. The officials morning and anchored in the:
that Hauptmann ((1)) arriving today came to take I i harbor while the captain came to i iI in 1936.Actually .
i ] Lucas Gomez, who arrested .)} SIR. CUBA BRINGS II I head! said no such
Fes>e portion of the $50,000 POS-I; I The Florida Ls scheduled to sail I! immediately after the arrival Agent C. f:. Smith of the Clyde' Six fairly large lots of sponge; thing. His words were very care-

((2)) was the man to whom for New York Tuesday morning i of the Steamship Cuba Wednes-I' IN 85 PASSENGERSSteamship I Mallory Lines. I were offered this morning at the:] fully! chosen.: When a blast of r
f ..Jaf ie" Condon paid the ransom -Iand i I afteroing on drydock at i day from Tampa} is being held After leaving; port it was learned municipal sponge dock. Bids Demonstration All Day opposition developed, some of h1,*;
I were: $371. $312 $299, $231 and Tomorrow
and whose voice Lindbergh!Hoboken., N. Jwill take up the pending the arrival of officers sailing orders for the Merania: I 1 chief advisers declared no pro-
heard calling Doctor Condon the'' summer schedule as stated. Stew.| from the sheriffs office from were changed;!: *nd it became necessary $197. Totalling, $1,410. I I Fresh. shipment Fruit. and posal to amend the constitutionwas
((3) I'I of Tampa. ; Cuba of the P. andO for the vessel's to be However none of the bids were Vegetables even under consideration.
night the ransom was paid; | ard Hansen will be in charge I papers i
wrote all of kidnap notes attempt-j the dining salon.SHOE I Directly after the capture was S. S. company returned from changed to permit sailing to ports accepted, owners of the lots- refused -it Later some other adviser! of

ing to disguise, his handwriting i[i made in Key West by Sheriff K. Havana yesterday with 85 passengers -f Iin" Mexico For this purpose the to sell!, preferring to wait!t Butter Ib ,__.__.._.__._,_,__. 2Se >i equal rank, hinted that an amendi .
I O. Thompson and Deputy Ray El- of whom there were 28 aliens.i j i visit to West made. until the demands for sponges Ii I ment would be the only way out.
((4)) made the ladder from lumber Key was Sugar. 5 lbs ,. ......_.._.__ 27c
lumberyard wood the former advised Tampa! The vessel sailed 6:30 o'clock for;I While lying in the harbor orders I warranted higher bidding. Small ;i Some balloons are put througha
purchased by him from a I I Siam Rice 5 Ibs. ..,....,__ 35c
and from board taken from SALE i ii authorities the capture had been Tampa. '" were received by local dealers for Iota totalling approximately $ISO : whole series of testa before
a Salt Beef 2 Ibs. ____ __ 35c I
the attic floor of his Bronx made.A I' Steamship Gatun of the Stand- stores and supplies for the Me were sold. -'-' f their manipulators draw definite

home. j i, ON NEW SHOES JUST reply was at once received ard Fruit and Steamship Com- vania. These were conveyed to Offerings at the sale Wednesday Grits, Ib ..._.....,..__,_...._..__,.4c 'conclusions. In spite of all ap*

i RECEIVED I advising Sheriff Thompson the! pany is due to arrive in port this, the vessel by the Tug Petrel of were practically all cold. On Onions, ft ..m......_ ,_ ...._.. 5c ;! pearances in spite of the present
prisoner was considered danffer-! afternoon from Philadelphia. The the Porter Dock company. that day the largest lots were more docile demeanor of many
I Circle S. Picnic Hams, ft 23c ,
HABANA-MADRID CLUB pair $1.95 I j OUs and to exercise every precaution ship will take on fuel oil at the I sold for the following prices: |: administration men in the face of
I Swift Premier Hams
Porter Dock and sail $531. $215. $202 $196 $141 and whole the court'
Tomorrow i i to hold him for Tampa Company I PUNCHES POLICEMAN __ ., __.. supreme historic pronouncement
Night (See Window) I I $120. Total $1,405. i lb. .' ..". -. 26c .
i Ii officers. for Frontera. Mexico.: it is hardly likely!

BIG I DANCEMusic The Store of Fashion i, i It is expected that oficers ,from Freighter dark, of the Clyde- CHICAGO. Because she punched Other lots brought prices vary-i! Tilt's Cash that anything finally authoritative- s
I I the fheriff's office in Tampa wills Mallory Lines is due in port this I the nose of a policeman who ing from $28 to $79 and a number on the constitutional amendment
by Hahana.MadridOrchestra City's Leading Ladies' Store : arrive tomorrow, and with the;,,I 1 evening from New Orleans. After reprimanded her husband Mrs. J. of smaller lots sold for about)' 'Phone 29 1212 Olivia St. i,i project will be forthcoming from

Script $1.00 I'I I. APPELROUTH 1 I prisoner sail for Tampa Mondays: '':discharging cargo the vessel will C. Browne of this city was fined $300. bringing total sales for!I I the democratic high command In

Ladie.; Free j i .afternoon. :i i i sail for Miami, and Jacksonville. $35. Wednesday to 1951. II I the immediate future..

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SP&e lup Me* Cttfctn: UNUSUAL FACTS REVEALED 1 [P TODAY'S WEATHER Ji JiTe..r.hnes. Today's

Publlllb Daily Except( Sunday By: Notwithstanding the reports that the S
THE CITIZKK: PtTBUMUVCI! co. INC. Anniversaries
... P. ARTMAV. ......I..t Japanese foreign office is opposed to the J Morrie Spotlight? .
JOE ALLEN AMUtaat :B....... Manager"From tt Y IB-; I and upper Mississippi 1 i Valley BC.th.1 ........................
plans of the military clique, all indicationsare YWEN
The Citizen Building I Highest ._ .. .. ......90*ward to the: Rio Grande Valley,! 1805-Robert, Anderson the
Corner Greene and Ann Streets that the army leaders are preparing to Lowest :: .. .. ....sotMean officer commanding Fort Sumterat
*ZS* \ / SCR fN :::::: =:= : ::=:: I with a diftr.rbanc moving in over
p invade North % / )R. : ... .. .. _.... 85'' the outbreak! of the Civil War.
China N STt Y
Only Dally Newspaper In Xey West and "MonroeCounty. and place a large part 'northern Minnesota. Duluth, 29.62
: ;
1 Normal Mean ...____.......__.........82 : born near Louisville Ky. Died
of China proper under the permanent con- TIM Rainfall inches, and it centimes moderately -' Oct. 26, 1871.
Entered .t Key West. Florida. a. second class matter
high: over southeastern districts
trol of Japan. k MCCOY Yesterday's Precipitation .0 Ins..
Jacksonville. Fla.. 30.08 inches
KJSSZS MS Normal Precipitation u .24 Ins.J i' 1811-Harriet Beechar Stowe, .
Several years ago the Japanese start- ........ ...... Showers and thunderstorms here1 "
Menber ( the neelate4 Preen I LL tt LPALyNG LADv' Thin regard".' 31- _- .1 occurred during the last 24 hours(I Iir author of "Cncle Tom's Cabin
engine at H I this mine. f
The Associated Frees la czclosivery' : entitled to ve I ed their; campaign to take Manchuria and THE TiCTLQE i, Tomorrow'* Almanac I the interior of the Gulf States'! i],' one of the moot successful book

for republlcartlon: of nil news dlapatehea credited to Jehol from China which IS SOf1ARF _.. ... throughout most of Mississippi i ever published written to exposerlavery's
It or not otherwise credited In this paper and also I ,' they did, settingit '' sHOOTFR i San rises uno. : 5:37 a. m. < adVance
did much to
the local new published here.1iNATIONAL 1 Sun sets ......._ ....... ... 7:18 p. m.1' Valley and in portions of thej i horromt -
up as an independent state under a puppet AND JACQUELINE. / J Moon rises __ 6:29: m. northern Plains and South Atlan-'I the cause of abolktjon which

king. It is generally recognized t WELLS THE LUCKY Moon sets ..u"u....._.u'..__ 4:14: p.a. m.i', tic States! the rainfall being generally -i i the Civil War> finally H dGCti."d.
EDITORIAL) ) ACTRESS light to moderate. born at Litchfield. Conn. at
: tS3S TlON I throughout the world that Manchukuo, as, Tomorrows A.M.Tide. P.M.1!i' tares have risen from TE'mJ'.I'I j Hartford Conn.. July 11. 1896.

the new state is called, is as much the :: ). : High!' ... .......... 8:10 10:01: region and Ohio Valley eastwardto I -
a ... the Atlantic coast and reading;i I 1821 Andtew inventor
-!ct'RiCRtrTITY RATES Low u. .. .. 1:34 3:21 Campbell, -
property of Japan as Korea itself. this
above normal morning
.__ are reflection of
One Tear $10.00 Barometer 8 a. m. today: peciafly in the
Six ]lonths .,_. 5.00 Back in 1915 the Japanese made Sea level l, 30.02.WEATHER I throughout most; sections east of printing. born near Trenton, N.
Three Months _"._....._ J.U 1 the Io'kyIauntain\ !!. Maximum J. Died in New York April 13,
One Month _....._.... ._..-_. '.15 ."Twenty-one Demands" which if granted rTJr-16J[ temperature of 90 decrees' oc- 1890.i .
Weekly: _..... ,_.._._...... .%0 .. FORECASTTill i (erred yesterday in North Da-
would have amounted to a Japanese military i -
1 kota.
ADVERT INQ RATES! I ( 8 p. m., Saturday) j '
G. S. KENNEDY 1826 William the New'
and comm.ercial China Orton.
:Made: known on application. Key West and Vicinity: Partly!
I e Official in Charier.Today's 'I York City telegraph company head
was forced to inasmuch the .. i
!SPECIAL NOTICEAll accept as nations < who did much to make the uot-,
reading notices cards of thanks, resolutions of of the world were busy in Europe. -/NJ9ZC 6CVrSPy! V Jit:1--I: ........................1.I nests what it is today born in
respect,. obituary: notices, ete. will be charged for at '. S 5WCk I IiJ iOtt
the rate of Je cent a line. After the war the Chinese regained much TIlE GOv6QNQR. "**\ *? ,Horoscope I j Cuba N. Y. Died April 22, 1878.

Notices for entprtalnmrnl. by: churches from which! of their relinquished rights but the Jap- 5TAR.OF WYOMING AND MS FR.JENDS INVITED Ti/E 70 A COll BAU:MB,'A-}; -* -! .' ........................ : --,.-
a. revenue in to be arrived are S cents a line. 1837 J. Mitchell
The Citizen Is an open forum and invites discussion anese have not forgotten and their new TIM CAME WITH IOOO IIV ,-ANS'- I This; day fives large' ideas but .: Mitchell" noted
("Majrjrie ) actress -
; of public Issues and subjects of local or. generalinterest plan be to regain these privileges.One AND TlUiMED THE FASHtONABtE.TUQ.VY dAFFAQ may carry with it impracticable i!!
may 7rPS/ 't-- i '! horn in New York City. Iliftlthere. '
but It will not publish anonymous communications. {" 11 is clear. 'y.-I March 22. 1918.
thing perfectly That is i
CIIARLZS M/DDtfTD/V THE a iAr- ... .,rl of thu nature. There is .
that the Japanese are going to run the Far jIUtNDSON OF NlTHVZ MIPO.i.E7tJN,OM i enough!' ability to make a sncceaNof -
Baer failed to bear down, so he lost East in: their own interest and are ready to I of THE: SIGNE&S of-rue. / {? OVrrNIJEPENtENCE -.l 1 y ,/r;. life if the thoughts!' are turned 1855! -Hohert M. LaFollette.

his crown. fight to ,do so. Up,to this time, regardlessof : ..<.....e.-. Partly Cloudy: into proper channels.Approximately Wisconsin's fijrure,.stormy jroyvrnor.national!senator.political -

tilt ll l_"Jt'-jElI W'r' many diplomatic* protests, no nation has -- -- ---- Cloudy! tonight and Saturday; '-l'n-" 2.000 acres of.I I i r Progressive candidate for the .

In'the squared .arena,: .,.only rugged individualism been willing to .assume the burden of opposing -I ,I dinarily there is nothing but iri tie Florida to moderate east winds. farm land in Texas county Okla-11'residencv.,; father of two noted :
: Partly cloudy tonightfind : homa, has been contracted fW, rfcns torn in ]Dane Cft., Wit! died
f, counts_ If_,. *;, the Japanese and protecting the KEY WEST' IN some cases there is a great deal Saturday followed by localthundershowers terracing; project I I June 18. 192::>,>.
and The Citizen has been a i- I
J* j commercial interests of other Western! in central and . .... .
i thorized that the BurbanLs Coni -- -- -- -- -----
north portions Saturday.
Flagsmadr' iJdapan'.sold, like hot nations as well as its own. DAYS GONE BYappcnlof pany will give $250 to the person Jacksonville to Florida Straits:,
cakes in Key West!; Recently addressing a conservative Here Just 10 Yean selecting a suitable name for the I Gentle variable" winds over north
meeting in London Stanley Baldwin, who Ago Today A. Take From new subdivision which is to be rxrtion and moderate east winds ,
The File Of Th Citiie I[developed in Key West by the over sooth portion; weather fair I i
First a bare relief, now a Baer relief, has been made Prime Minister said company. Two weeks" remain for!I tonipht'and Saturday. ,

but the latter easier to' bear. that "the greatest security againstwar i I some one to suggest' a name which East Gulf: Gentle east shifting'to >i PAPER
in any part of the world would be" Eight stowaways, seven of them' will be pleasing to the projectors southeast winds over north |,or- <
aliens, were captured last nightby lof, the subdivision and the peionj tan and moderate east winds over ]
Jonah says his namesake was.once an the close collaboration of the British Em- Custom Officers Charles Wil,j!suggesting'\ the accepted name will south portion. f j.

interne-at least for three days. pire with the United States." There is no Hams and C. E. Holmes.! The menwere receive a check for 250. !f ,, ........................................ &
found in two sealed cars on
doubt that if Great Britain and the United board the ferry from Cuba. The'I WEATHER CONDITIONS f M,

Striving for supremacy is what keeps States jointly and earnestly told Japan cars contained" 'equipment belong- Leo Gomez, world war veteran; S i,
the world alert and progressive.It's how far it could go the Japanese would ing to the Brown and Dyer Carnival who has been visiting his brotherrs from Pressure i is! low this morning j For Sale
the northern
Plains States
shows which played recently!i!Will and Harry left yesterday' i'
listen. in Cuba and the men had been I'afternoon for his home in Cleve M, ............
a skillful cook who knows how to employed by the shows.! Before land Ohio. During the war Mr. KEY WESTCOLONIAL :
operate all the new-fangled COME HOME CONGRESS playing in Cuba the shows had{::| Gomez was in the U. S. Navy and I i!,
can-openers. been on a two year tour of the l:i' after completing' : service tra HOTEL I! 5 Bundles for
West Indies and the men had' veiled' extensively vhitimr!! in
Another name looms brightly in the There seems little doubt that Americais joined, in the Islands.! The stow-:I Europe, Asia and Africa. He i"I Ii In the Center of the Business 5c

manly art of self defense-James J. Brad- on the verge of a great deal of recovery aways here given a hearing this i an enterior decorator and connected and Theater District \ 25 in bundle
morning and are now in county with one of the largest
dock. this year, with many of the unemployed First Class
jail awaiting word from Wash- companies in the state.I \
returned to jobs in private in- ington. i I Sensible Rates

Where there is a will there is a way. dustry. This will be attained if Congress I I The Altar Guild of St. Paul's COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEI \\ THE KEY WEST CITIZEN 4

An honest person will always find a way permits. The Citizen is in receipt of a''church will 'entertain with a i,
Election are traditionally bad telegram from New York announ-1 weight gussing social tomorrow ea.a,. EJ..tor''
to his just debts. years
ding the engagement of Miss night. During the evening a pro .
Popular Prices
years for business, for they are a disturb Adeline. Mulburg, daughter, of Mr. gram of delightful entertainment JIl, ',I.sI.lI.I.lIIII.lI.4TI'

Heywood or is it "Haywire," Broun, ing element, and next year is an election and Mrs. Joseph Mulburg and Mr.' will be presented. Some of the -- -
It is this that we must make : Jack Silber, prominent merchantof most accomplished vocalists and
the radical columnist, was voted down in year. year has "
New York. Miss Mulburg a musicians will appear on the I1'.I'I".I'.II/ -

f Cleveland very decidedly.On our big strides toward recovery. But, wide circle of friends, many of j program. ........................................................ .............:
while recovery forces are trying to work, them schoolmates at the Convent,! .
who will be happy to learn of her MJavkMHTille'ii Im4lmic H.lrP* .
remains the tamperingwith
the relief year ago, today a Congress on (
world's champion. A kaleidoscopic trans this and that, talking inflation, reforms engagement. i THE SEMINOLECIIAS. '

formation-from a destitute relief to an designed by "Brain Trusters," and News of the extension of the i, I KEEP COOLi

abundant relief.Speaking appropriating new billions which must be Seaboard Air Line from Miami to!!
paid by taxation.If Cape Sable has been received her'!
from Tampa. That Cape Sable will!I
i of the forgotten man, the you operated a business would you be the southern terminus on the I I I

I depression hasn't forgotten anyone. It hit make a long term commitment-say for Florida mainland is regarded as a.i

us all in order not to overlook anybody,. expanded employment over the next two certainty. The extension connection is con
sidered important in
j and so no one can feel offended by being years-when you had no idea what Con- with travel to Havana This road I I i

snubbed.: gress might do to make fulfillment of this also plans an extension of the Fiend.CIlAa. .

contract impossible? Neither would others. lines to Fort Myers. I I A human. H.home-like CRI\ER. III.institution....... Electric Fans \\

The end of next year will see the end Congress can best help the nation to- left where yon will find y..r Individual i i
Joseph L. Crusoe last night I I .Mfrt ... .''''''al..t a matter
of the depression, a period of seven ye'ant.from day by laying aside the'reform bills until for Miami to take charge of the of great importance. -

1929, which corresponds to the seven the next Congress! onfy six months hence, radio room on the steamship Mary
lean antt('seven fat; kine of Biblical lore. and coming* Home i to explain those already Weems for the Radio Corpo atjon; 1 I.' A steel, the flrepr..f.heart bMlldlaa.la .f the rltf l.e.te4 i I
of America. Mr. Crusoe is tl Make a note of this i prognostication. enacted to a. troubled' constituency. of Mr. and Mrs. 'Arthur Crusoe Every Room with Combination Tub to

I 1 1A"CLASSYtKJLL of Key Welt and i is rated as first 1 Ceiling and Shower Fan Slat Hath,Door Radio.for Summer Electric!

On June 11,' 898*K -West had the : 'HOUSE class radio perator' 1 i Ventilation Mattresses, of Comfortable Inner Spring Bed Cont with. .

largest population in its history, a round I I 4 Editorial comment: This idea () "" met tamps.Ion and Individual Reading .

number of 50,000. The following day'that I The world's most'T expensive doll house adding a month making thirteen rl,r r RATES $! ICE CREAM! FREEZERS lj
number reduced when in New York the year instead of 12. st'ms. Slate.
was by 16,000, a was recently completed to be a, proposition to add another 7H R_.... Private Rath _. _-.. *Z. ..
portion of the American army of i invasion!' finishing touch being the placing of a gold rent day and no more pay days."What's -. I H* RMm.R__.. Private Private Math Italb .. ._ s.ee 3.1.N

left this port for service in Cuba.In cornerstone by Mrs. James Roosevelt, !24. Sample Ra*_..R Private__.. Private Roth -Rah .X5.*$ J! 2Qt. 4Qt. 6Qt. |5
in a name? a!'kthe
mother of the President, following a short immortal bard Shakespeare. Or-i,I!LIGHT INCREASE OCCUPANCY FOR DOl'BLB

vetoing the pnblic debt moratorium speech by former Governor,, Al Smith. ._ .. ifi
-- :
bill, Governor Sholtz'declared that "this is This unusual creation, in the form of -

no time for the suspension of payments. a miniature castle, is nine feet and 12 feet 51 Water Coolers, Thermos Jugs Is5i

This viewpoint will be generally shared by high] costing $435,000 and requiring nine Your Vacation :

those who believe that it is about time to years in the building. Some of the detailsare Thermos Bottles iii

stop swearing off just obligations.- described in the magazine Time, as i
If you are going to summer school, or plan : .

Palatka Daily News. follows: ning a motor trip, or any journey, you will feel l : :
"Each room is built around some fairy
I safer and more at ease if you are sure that the ; .
The Wisconsin chain store law has character, such as Cinderella Sinbad. A funds you carry are-protected. Let us assist'you

been declared unconstitutional while that 15-inch solid gold organ plays, a !silver in procuring this protection by converting your
i Beach Chairs Hammock Chairs
of Iowa made the :grade. Thet! Florida L nightingale sings by electricity, a golden, travel funds intbAMERICAN-- o j 0

chain store law evolved by the recent leg- chandelier is hung with pear-shaped diamonds -

islature fe facing court proceedings and I lighted by electric bulbs the size of EXPRESS TRAVELERSCHEQUES ;h. i | Folding Chairs I

may not be declared constitutional. A wheat grains. Pumps! in the dungeon and q
statement has been made by one of those tanks in the turrets make fountains splash, IF THESE che ics are lost' or stolen (un- I ...

concerned that the chain store interests chimes tinkle. For the walls artists painted t countersigned), 'the amount involved is! refunded ': '..

should have fought their battle in the leg- I miniature murals." to you. In spending them an that-is is 9
necessary I i : "Your home is worthy of the best" J Ji
s islature instead of in the courts, that the This sumptuous doll castle was built i for you to sign them a second time in the presence

latter m.ethod would have been much Iere for Colleen More, famed motion picturestar j of the une accepting 'them I !

expensive. In other words oiling of the who will take it on a world tour for ;1 -FOR SALE'BYThe I i South Honda! Contracting & Engineering Coy j

itching palm of those legislators suscep- exhibition purposes. The best part of the -Ij I I
II aDd
'Phone 598 White E&a
tible to such administration would have story is that she will donate the proceedsof of Streets S.
'. frst National J Bank Key West

,been the cheaper and better part. A sad J admission charges hospitals for crippled j .....................................................................:.
commentary, but unfortunately quite true. children. I1110O :




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"vwwvwwwwv vvv asaiaajaat force in World War First
DOINGS AROUNDBy THE GOLF mKS"'I Today In History :!J Div l'ion.'A. E..F*wiled) from New

..... York for France.
GAMES .ea..a..w....... :
SPORTS ( GUI VY) 1919-First successful Atlantic
I I f formally adopts the Stars and
eetieaieee.aaeoeeeeaie.eeSome i,e.Seeeeeee..e..e..e... ,, Stripes as the Flag: of the coun- non-stop'! air flight-Capt. John
(By JOVE) Alcock and Lieut. Arthur W
,. of the boy certainly were 1 but Melvin sunk some long putts I... There will he a doubleheader I I try. Brown. English aviators took oft
1 lost yesterday afternoon. .So and (
I came out champion on account of diamondball tonight at Bay-lew 18-16-So.caned Bear t from Newfoundland for Ireland.
much so that they never did find I of he finished three etrokes Flag: revolt
I Park. In the first the by American settlers in California'
game !
the golf course.: Leabtwayg, if: below his handicap. Melvin had I Sacramento i 1928-Bandits raided Kansa!
-- -- they did it was after most of the i Sa'muella for a partner and the I Service ten will cross bats with the Valley again .
---- with
I Spanish rule.191'1Amerka'a. i City. Mo. bank tear pa; *
........................ other golfers had returned to two clipped over A couple of fast'' Cuban Club boys and in the secI -
GIANTS DEFEAT I BRADDOCK LICKSCHAMPION town. However, some did arriver 1 ones on Doc and Eddie but Doc''I'I'I'ond game the Busy Bees will meet first fighting 4! LEGALS

FOLLOWING and it is of them that we will now |i, says he could afford Same on account [the Lopez ten. SeeCSeeeeeeease -
j l speak.It > of what he did to Eddie I I The opening contest win start ....... 'i\
cor'XTr Ji natr COIHT
; I .----. I I| last-.\reek. Then too "Cupid" ,!, promptly at 8 o'clock and will goi CLASSIFIEDCOLUMN I 1\ Ali> .'OH.MOMtOK rOl\Tl.
t THROUGH i seems that "Pious William I Mfttfn\ (you oughts'see': them!i i i t seven innings. The nightcap: will "I, KI.OHIII l\ I'R.UI'TE.

I WEARING CROWN, picked a good partner 'fn Timo-i short!) was etermin d td show!![: get under way immediately after In FANXIK re K-tate GR4.SSMCg.of
j' (By JOVE) I theus Pittman because the two of, Willie he didn't need strokes free ':' the opener. 1 I Deceased."

.e..I..oSiSS.......C- I them skunked Capt. "Papa" Russell -1 i and so beat Willie 91 to 32. ;\ The batteries will be P. White I I To all NOTICE creditgre TO and CREDITORS all prrti haring -

I. AH these facts, according to i ij and William Curry Harris by i and B. Powell for the Service : Seee..e.e.e.e..e.ee.MISCELLANEOUS I claims or demands against!

CHICAGO CUBS TAKE TWIN superstitious people, were against f CHALLENGER GIVEN DECISION : a score of o' to zero. It seems The Rotary 'club had on a I I gregation, and C. Garcia and }Iar-I It. : aid Ton, Estate and each of )l'ou. are berel.y

BILL FROM PHILLIES INDIANS -; Maxie Baer in his fight last night I I that W. C. was so wrought up that i I handicap tournament and when all tinez for the Club ten. A. notified and required tl> prewnr!
I I wth .James J. Braddock: WORLD CHAM.! hequit playing and came back to I I was over "Cupid" Melvin had a I I and Ingraham for the Lopez boys SPEND YOUR VACATION AT' .any> either claims of and you.demand may have waloh aRrainptthe jour

TRIUMPH IN CAME\ 1-Mr. Baer fought. Jamea J.. PION IN BOUT STAGED town before the game was over. j:I low net of 67 followed closely 1 by and Tynes and M. Acevedo for BearrtiftI Miami Beach. Terrace Estate of Fannie Gn."man. d.
June 13. i Mr. Plummer claims it was on ac- :J I Tim Pittman with 68. The others!! I. the Bakers. Apt, 620 Lenox Ave.. I.I ceased, late Monroe County. Flor-
WITH ATHLETICS 1\Ion 2-No champion* ever sue- LAST NIGHT IN NEW YORK count of Willie but Russell says i j| in the match such as Willie Modern Clean, Efficiency and t'ounty ida to the Judge Honorable of Monroe Hutch County.Guns.i .

cessfully defended his title in the I II i it wa on account of Curry's Bascom Grooms Eddie Kemp'j' LEGALS Bedroom Apts. $10. $12.50.':! Florida, at his office in the County
Garden Bowl on Long Inland. clubs. Also! his ball failed to go Curry Harris were l lost $15 Month.: Also rates by Week i Courthouse In Monroe County, Flor-
I Ida within calendar months
4fttM>rtal .. The 4.l .._ [ 3-;;A. gent by the name of I <'_... .. The (lilacs) i iI I where he was looking. .It always J the time. Everett (Ike) Russell !t I iv THE rmcriT romT of THKTWKNTIKTH I or Season. Write. Wire Reservations i' from tbe date eight of the firM publkn

NEW YORK. June 14.-:..The I James J. Corbett once lifted the i I NEW YORK. June 14.Jimmy I II went where Tim hoped it would. ;i and! Pete Taylor failed to .,lay.t jrnirii. ciRcriT. Now jun8-6txi I| lion shall hereof.be In writing Said: claims and contain or demands the

New York Giants took both ends, heavyweight title front Mr. .sum: ,' Braddock. challenger for the 1----1 t! j IAO OF* THE FOR HT4TR)lO OF ROE FLORID COV\T I !+I place of residence and post offi.raddress

of a doubleheader from the Cin-1 van; another gent James J. Jef friej. -I'I world's heavyweight champion-I :|: Joe Lopez and Louis Pierce put CH\CERT.. I ROOMS 1!! be sworn. of to the by claimant the claimant and nh.alJ hisi
ship crowned .with that title I, around with Bob Stowers and i!' Jesse L. Alley and FlorenceH.
Mr. 'Corbett was play
'ciimetf Reds, ,and increased! their defeated and on a few practice rounds. Alley, his wife. i i i I agent or attorney.All .
still another gent,. liy the name of last night when he was given the |1 I! Eiscom Grooms and the first nine i i I ; Plaintiffs I"THE )ruXRO"-Rooms $2.00]' such claims and demand not
standing in the National League James J. defeatedMaxie: Baer as decision over Champion Max: Baer I I i I Berlin played'' like he had to make!,I: The 1-team will leave Key West! i,' vs. F.reel*.vre .f I.'". ..f $2.50 and $3.00 per week/,:1 filed manner within prescribed tbe time herein and shall In the tx

race.The! if you didn't know it. So you see. at the end of the fifteen-round 1 i;[a score that.would qualify him for i ii next Friday night; for Biltmore. Cnreton Lumber Tax Company Sale Certificate a Double and Single. 128 N. E.:, void.i .
Chicago Cubs came out victorious dear fans, we" an'! understand battle staged in the. Madison {=! the Nation Open because he 'It I 1''A letter has !been received from j j I I[I corporation organized and i I 4th street Miami Fla |i I 1,35.:Hated the 7th dar of Jnne. A. n

in both games of their; thing after the fight-but it's all Square. Garden BowL +j 1 1i 'turned t in a45? and for the next' Tubby Price saying they will ex.I|existing State of under Florida the, and laws Mary of the ILl may24-lmox;:I HESTER. AI>PEUT PARK. NEE

twin bill with the Phillies. Angle in the game. Now .let's. pull for i While the big scrap was! fast!, week you'll [hear how good he is. ; pest us then. There will be 121 I IHeston. a widow, 1 As G1tO Administratrix)MAN <>f MilEstati", ...)
I" the new champion. j and furious there were no knockdowns -]i i But on the back nine holes! some members of the team and possi-i j i IVfendants.- FOR REN1BICYCLES ., Fannie Grossman d......ased
Galan knocked a home run for the : -- -j jj during the entire fight. At,.thing happened to "Daddy" because bly J4. If you would like to po 1 1I It ORDER appearing from the sworn bill t : =WE"- 'RENT by the(!I I WII.L.IAM V AL CRT.
I Attorney for
Cubs in the second! I time the battle he went to The long| of complaint in the above entitled ; Admin""ratrls
game. no during was j, pieces.! I I please let Sam Goldsmith know Hour
I picked Maxie to defeat .n..idj believe that Day or Week. Repair jun7.tt.: 1 :!5RUSSELL'S
The Cleveland! j 1|I Bser able to make: great: inroads er old Bob Stowers plays the better -1[ 101 139. The team : cause that plaintiffs '
Indians defeatedthe f. taking a hunch from all those j J Jie tny 1 I' | Telephone or salary i : E. Heston. a widow, one o/ all makes and paint them with
t'[ into Braddock's solid stand. he and he finished .. In the above styled
Philadelphia; Athletics ,'6 to 3.; guys np north who are ; gets so i 11: will go; by train return Monday State NaEna.ra.eLWe} carry a full
resident of or
with Hidekrad! doing the hurling I posed to be experts and lIu'P-I'I and"whatever effect was made on; strong. He! won the back nine and !: noon will stay at the Biltmore country cause is other a than tat State of supply of parts. Agent for the; J
tot the Cleveland club. sharks who lay down those the 'Irishman was but of thort shot the best score of the three i jI j i but Sunday p. ,m. is not certain.I Florida, namely, the State of.w Rollfast and Dayton Bicycles.r'

The New York Yankees went to 'I with such large odds. But their i t; durationBraddock I for the eighteen holes but I guess I j i However. Ned Everhart will arrange the Jersey said, and defendant that the Mary residence E. Heston.of' And sell them as low as $5.00'

victory over the St. Louis Browns. '(I guesses were no better than mine,]! fought a great fight.]I I I Bascom had, as much fun as either i all that It will be necessary '' aa particularly as Is known to said' down and $1.00 per week. We

8 to 3. the winners securing thir. it seems ... j and hit the champion' at will. and i'' except for:.Berlin on that first I I for all members of the team plaintiffs]t tI i City Is No.of 320 Trenton.South State ClintonAVf'nue. of Buy and Sell all makes of used
teen hits off of three pitchers : washable" ,to" 'take all that Baefj: nine. Mr. ,Sawyer got a couple of I I to. wear shorts, to Willie Kemp ;!New Jersey, and that there la nel| Bicycles. Phone 276. J. R.

used; by the opposition.The I I Now for a little history. Backin I i passed! 'ont'. The new champion j;jI pars ((3 and 6)) and a flock of i|:says. The following have already person In of the State of Florida whom the,,, Stowers company 515 Duval
service! a subpoena upon
was heartily cheered as he went bogeys. Bojsi pot; but one so Berj j; signed to :'Willie Kemp. Joe '
Chicago White Sox downed -: 1892 when most of our I i up go would, bind said defendant Mary street. apr9-tf CIGAR STORE
the Washington Senators, 10 to i fessors toya. John L. pro-I I to victory over his ring opponent. lin still claims he is a better golfer Lopez. Horace O'Bryant Clem I, s:. Heston. Further, that said plaintiffs t '
6, making it three'strajght victories (van and-were James J. Corbett SUUl-1!I Baer weighed in at 209 1-2 than J. R. Price. Bob Spottswood Charlie I IKetchum. Ii said defendant.believe that Mary the E.ire Heaton of tee is FURNISHED APART"MElIo"T, elec-

the Nats.The i pounds and Braddock: at 191 3-4.i< i Tim Pittman. Melvin .over twenty-one years.It trie ice box Archie Thompson i i -0-
over I New Orleans in fist fight for the '
a i The receipts were estimated at Eddie Strunk and Doc William !', Russell Sam Goldsmith captain I Ii I la therefore ordered that MaryE. 1001 Eaton street. Phone 8794.may24lmox.
Detroit Tigers' were cncreesful heavyweight,championship of the I I i Heston, a widow one of the defendants i
in their contest with theRp"d world. Corbett won in the 21st : less than $200,000. with an estimated :' Penababe Kemp got together and I)i Undecided yet are Berlin. !':towers -j In the above styled cause Daily Baseball Returns
I crowd of 30.000. raid Melvin was in for a beating I I and Strnnk. I be and she Is hereby required to appear -
Sox. and took the game-by a round and his part of the gate receipts I to the bill of complaint In said PIANO TUNING
score! of C to 1 was 35000. Seven years ------1 I1 cause on Monday, the 1st day of By Wire
July A. P. .,3.... otherwise the allegations "
The Boston Braves triumphedover ago.. an 18-year-old American LEAGUE STANDINGS I Derringer Chaenon Ffttrimmons. of said bill will be takenas PIANO TUNER Laureano'M; i -0-
GAMES TODAY or vs. or -
the SU Louis Cardinals 3 to youth by the name of Max Baer I confessed by said defendant.It reno. Excellent piano for sale COME
1. Macfayden the mound I i Is further ordered that this order IN AND GET THE
was on
1018 Division
was industrially engaged in the week for cheap. street
be published once a
for Boston with Paul Dean [business of earning one dollar a I|I: AMERICAN LEAGUE AMERICAN LEAGUE i j Chicago at Philadelphia Een-1 i four consecutive wrecks in The KI'YW.t m23-lmo''I RESULTS OF THE
ing down. the slab for St. hOld-j r his I II II I thaw Root ", Citizen a newspaper published MAJOR BASEBALL
[ day slitting pigs threoats on Club- W. L. ;ct. Washington at Chicago-Russell or vs. Johnson. in Monroe County State of

The Brooklyn Dodgers I father's farm in Nebraska. Ten j New York ........._. 31 19 .620 vs. Fischer. I Florida. FOR SALE i LEAGUESCIGARS.

the Pittsburgh' Pirates. Mungo,I 1: months ago. another American i( Chicago ...............,_ 27 19 .587 J I j New York at St. Louis-Des- COLLECTS MANY NAMES 1S35.Dated this Slat day of May A. D.I I -
pitching for Brooklyn allowed five youth, 28year-old James'J. Braddock -' netroit ....,............... 26 22 .5421 (Circuit Court Seal) ALL METAL ICE BOX. Three
hits to Blanton's six and won the appealed to Uncle Sam} hong vs. Cain. i ROSS C. SAWYER. compartments. Drinking water I .
Cleveland .._.._.... 24 22 .5221 I j
Boston Clerk Circuit Court Twentieth Judicial -
contest 7 to V. went on the relief rolls and was ,' .5211 at Detroit-Ostermuel- DURHAM N. C.-William E. faucet and water bottle. In SOFT DRINKS,
Boston ....... .... "h 25 23 Circuit of Florida in and for
The summaries: given $24 a month, to buy food I Washington; .h........... 23 26 .469 ler or H. Johnson vs. Hatter. Joyner of this city has collected Monroe County.. good condition. $10 cash. Ap- ETC..
NATIONAL LEAGUE for his wife and children. Last 27 .413 Philadelphia at Cleveland- 750,000 Different signatures from+ Philadt'lphiaJt19 for Plaintiffs.
At Boston R- II. E. I Marcum vs. C. Brown.NATIONAL all over the world. j 1 I I Solicitor jun2-3t
night the came Baer and Brad- St. Louis 14 31 .311 : I' mayJl; jun -l4-21-8
St. Louis ........._...,.. 190 dock fought for the world's '.::.:.:::: 1 LEAGUE 1-. .
Boston .,,?........_._._ 361 weight championship and he3vy-1 NATIONAL LEAGUE 1 I --
'I St. Louis at foston-"fwo: games
Batteries: P. Dean ,and De- fans paid the sum of $250,000 for Club- W. L. Pctl ..,.,
lancey; Macfayden and Hogan.: the privilege of watching them.I New York ........... 32 13 .711 i Walker; vs. Betts; Hallahan or

Mr. Baer collected 42 percent and St Louis ............ .., 29 19 .60 Haines vs. Smith.Pittsburgh I '.
R. H. E.!
At Brooklyn Braddock collected 17 1-2 percentof Pittsburgh -. ...._h... 31 21 .596 I at Brooklyn-Swift!
.._.... 050Brooklyn
Pittsburgh i .... .... 24 22 .522.
the Brooklyn jI j
fate); receipts. vs. Clark.
.. ......._. ...._ 360 FIRMS
Chicago .._ ... ........ 24 22 .522 I :
Cincinnati at New York-Schott
Grace I
Batteries Blanton and
: ;I If we reward our gnarled':ear Cincinnati .......,...... 19 .29 .396, I II
Mungo and Lopez.
.... 16 29 .356 1 1i
with wealth Philadelphia "'--'
I prize fighters today BENJAMIN LOPEZ
didn't do 50 Boston .................... 12 32 .273 I I
First c... something we years 1 i FUNERAL HOME 1

At New: York R. H. E.I ago in 1999, what? in And the what heck will will we our do Professor. C. R. Kellogg of;i Eitablitbed.49 Year 1i i I Who Rush To Give You Service-Patronize ThemrRJD.AY

Cincinnati _:..._ 243 Massachusetts State Agricultural : Key W... Old.st24He.r

New.. York ,--,,,_,,..- 7 10 0 I|t then gloomy-minded? professors say College told a Stockton. Calif., I I Ambalaaca S.me.I *

Batteries: Hollingsworth Br'n-I. : club the bee "worts itself to Licensed EmbalmarPkon ,
nan and Campbell; yea-;; I death in six weeks." I I 138 Nlcnl e,8WHOLDS t
and Mancuso Danning. Fifteen ago a negro pick : I
I! aninny by the.name of Joe Louis j --" --- THIS SPACE

Second Came 1 was engaged in the cotton picking j t Now Offered in 3 Grades,

At New York R. H. E.I,'< industry on an Alabama farm. Today ; FLORAL PIECES A

Cincinnati _.._ 162 this same Louis is installed in i I Ir l I 328 SIMONTON ST.STAR, Ib 25c;

New York _._..__.___-9 12 1 j r a heavyweight training camp with i LARGO, Ib 18c; SPECIALTY 12 Insertions
Batteries: Frey. Hollingsworth a private secretary to answer his,; v. & s. Ib 15c.
and ninjr.! Lombardi!; Parmelee and Dan- I mail from admiring--fans. !j i i 1 P L U M B I N G Buy It At Your Local PLANTS and VINES

I I Some of the highest figures in ]I Grocery Store PER MONTH
First Game the baseball world have come outLand :

At Philadelphia R.' H. E. I I begged Judge Landis. high!I,C DURQ PUMPS Roasted in Key West hy SOUTH FLORIDAPLUMBING

Chicago ___12 15 3 commissioner_ ;cf-.baseball, to let i .oo I'

Philadelphia .__ ._. _.. C 14 11| Alabama Pitts play-LalL Johnnjl SUPPLIES STAR COFFEE MILL NURSERY '
Batteries; iWarneke"nd Ode; i Evers x-major leaguer and no*', 512 Greene Street $3 00'I
Pezzullo of the Albany baseball
E. Moore-'Prim. Bowman. manager PHONE. 348 Phone 256 .
and Tod.d\ t; club who signed Pitts to a con, lJ 4 I PHONE 597
%- p tract, waa enraged when he heard 1,
{;Second Came : that Pitts was barred. He said:I I ;. .
At Philadelphia R. H. F "1 not only resent the decisione171it
Chicago L-.... .._...9 rjf also the statement that ;:*e ffERI SELECT SEA FOODS .. -READ-

Philadelphia ... ....... ...- 7 7jf 'sought publicity l; when the pul>ti-,,i i INSURANCE

Batteries: Lee Bryant. Casey,' city came from their (the baseball t I Jewfi.b 2 n... 35eI THE KEY WEST .

French and Odea; Jorgens Walters association) headquarters at Durham I I Yellowtail Steak, 2 lb.. 3Sc Office 319 Duftl Street rt''
and Wilson. "
,' N. C. The Minor League
Association ruled that Pitts could i! Yellowtail ea Bose. 2 2Se SUNDAY STAR '

AMERICAN LEAGUEAt i not play in organized naseball and : : Creeper, z 1M. 25c
Chicago R. H. E.: now it is up to Judge Landis. I Saapper, 2 lb. 25c NO. 1Mutton
Washington _"_ 6 14 0 I All THIS FOOD! Subsrnpt/nn $2 Pa Year

Chicago .. ._._--...-..-10 !2 0 Well everything is ready: for the 2 qt*. milk .21res. Fi.Ja. Z Iba>> Z5c Try Year Meals AI

Batteries: Hadley, Pettit and I Key West baseball club to go up]I 2 1 pkga doa.es.t.cheme.2 1 Ib.mm bEXTENDED trait I I FRESH SHRIMP Key West's Only Sunday -THE .

Bolton; Kennedy and Sewell.At. to the Veterans Cam.w at Isla- tact.;1 .battle 1 cheerier faOttl :.2 lb.p Paper DCImofliCO Rtlfaaranf

; morada for two games. The Hospitality !- Until July tat you can bacoa"bL.roaR.lbI! FREE PROMPT DELIVERY PORTER-
St. Louis R. H. E.! Band will go along to give; I I lettuce tooiMoei I bit .c.naiber 1 bitach I Business Office Citizen ....i_ B..r ____ u.I .

New York .... ..._.._,_, 8 13 0 j a little mi ic. They will also place a GENERAL ELECulup._ _..t.pc irit_ 2 LOWE FISH COMPANY Building $in c..n. Di..ra.
ICOK i --
> > S < aea oraacei ,
St. Louis "".,".__'h"_ 373 .play at a dance to be given in honor -' TRIC REFRIGERATOR in 1 tar ulad dnumc 1 Ib. I ....
bate 7Sc. 65.
and lard ...z let PHONE 151 PHONE 51 -------
peu coa-
Batteries: Broaca Jorgens t of the Key Westers which will your home for a down pay- raiser I .... water bottle -
Dickey; Thomas, Knott Coffman 'take place Sunday night 2 quit{fteeai-B UIT UI I
and Hemsley. I i ment of only $1.00. ice n .e.-2 Iba. of ic.l

1 The baseball club will play Sunday I I I I AARON McCONNELL Our Reputation I. Wrap. PRITCHARD .
At Detroit.+ R. H. E.( and Monday afternoons I. the This refrigerator has the famous sealedin 536 FJe....g Street r
Boston ..*-.....-..----L1 8 2, diamond aIl club will play Mon' .I peel in .ery package JENNIE B. DE BOER
Detroit _-.'._.,_._ 6 11 <0>1 day night at Homestead where mechanism; and the five year protec- FUNERAL HOME

Battened: Rhodes, \Valberf., the members of the team will tive plan is included in the initial price.v I of
Van Denberger and R. Ferrell,I tackle a picked club from that i
Berg; Bridge and Cochrane.At city managed by A. H. Arthur I i sQ :. E PRINTING Dlgelf.d SpapatMtM -

pilot of the Hector Supply Com-. 4a c-rtea.,
Cleveland R. IL E.r pany of Homestead. Monthly Payments DONE BY US .

Philadelphia _....._.._.-.. .. 381 t NOTARY PUBLIC
Cleveland __ 6 15 2! Fans are q-familiar with WATCHMAKER JEWELEi' -THE- LICENSED EMBALMER

Batteries: Wflshere Caster and > the local players who will form the I $2.00 with your :light bill AND ENGRAVER
lIildebrand and Pytlak. and -diamondball Ambtllula Se1WI. -
baseball teams
I See Him For Your Nut WOTJr
and it is unnecessary to repeat the .

Hereditary immunity, or its linetrpLi i ALL PRICES REDUCED' Citizen Bld LADY ATTENDANT
lack and the presence of a germ.I H..r.s 9 t. 12-1 te Citizen Office
bacillus acidopholis, in the mouth i' The club will be back in the city The Key West Bectric Company P H 0 N E 5 1 .
seem fundamental factors in the Tuesday night and will come back I fi i Ope. S.t.riay Mgbta PIa... 148 Never 51..r .

decay of human teeth. "ssys Dr..[! with three victories and all the .

R. W. Bunting of-Ann Arbor. J"bacon we can bring--it is-hoped.i

.. ,. .. ..',. .- ... .

V .

FRIDAY JUNE 14, 1935.I .

.eeeeeeeee..eeeeeee..eese..eeeeeseeee.eeeeeeeees .. ....



C.- : : LOCALLAUNDRY yon do act receive year WII10PENHERE.; hurt three times in auto smashups

I 6:15 o'clock i. the George Kedzie of this city
.. '................... .... paper by i
,. sea Guy We. Perter's voice. "Sh waited half an : afternoon, call telephone 51 i sold his motor car and now walks

f."... Alison to tfkom R..aka. Ao.._sees e a forced greetdial. hour. Announce Marriage Of i..1 Arrange Dance ACME CARPET SERVICE OPEN-I and m paper will b. cent to I Announcement has been made i if three miles to the railway station.

'to rn* away from *er e'epmo'* r- Halt an hour late! If Daphne Former r I your home A complaint boy f by the sister of the Convent of!

:t''p.C.: :: Sumrrt.AKton't Damhno eary-po has- could enlist her father' anger on so Key Wester At Local Club 1 1I ING BRANCH .IN is on duty at this office from I Mary Immaculate that Sister Catherine : Subscribe to The Citizen.PALACE.

.tat father, eat ha* Ut Altton knot small a point as that delayed answer I I I KEY WEST 6:15 to 7:15 p. m. for the principal 1. and her assist- '!

tin tifettt mem to add rids about her Daphne at _n.,And0y udntpfcfoiu. over cream what would she make Appearing in an issue of the]I ,There will be a big dance at the: purpose of delivering complaint I ants. will)) conduct summer school'': rl --

Bo fart kat told 41ioU of this? That vas Alison's first, dismayed Greenville Miss newspaper was Habana-Madrid Club tomorrow *. Help n* five yon 100 ,1! during the vacation period beginning :
v Ml not meet lor ,_Ut. thought. she looked at the an account of the marriage of J.!I night. I percent service by cling 51 I June 24. .

hall clock. Her second was that It J. Kirschenbaum. Jr. former Key. Music for the affair will be The Acme Carpet Service of if you do not receive The Citi- I It is stated that this affords. : Reb Russell in

Chapter 23 might be worth while trying to catch Wester, son of Mr. and Mrs J. J.''furnished by the ;b na.l\ratdrid: Mwrui.iSi,totla announcing the sen. I students an opportunity to advance 'i l OUTLAW RULE
Daphnb at her bouse. If she could Kirschenbaum opening of a Key West branch ak Ann Harding-Frank Morgan in
THROUGH THE WINDOW Sr., of this city to orchestra. e.eeeeee..eeee.ee.eeeeel; themselves in subjects in
lee her for a moment and apologize! Miss Doris Rowland. The couple I the Columbia- Laundry.The which they have failed.! I ENCHANTED APRIL

ALISON'S heart sank. "Get me another taxi. Perter." She will make their home in Vicks- V. V. Rowland sister of the Acme is one of the largest PUPILS LEAVE I Ii A course will also be given in.i Malincct 10-I5Vi Night: 1525cJ.G.KantorInc.
*'"Bu J&ppose there's, something and best rug and Upholstery cleaning :
dived Into her bag to be certain that burg. bride and Leland 1.. Ferguson. Ftt'notn'ncw system of hort
1 want to tell you" she protested. she bad enough change. "Oh. what were companies in the state and hand. : -
The article is reproduced herewith Only close relatives present. j
1J.RID; My .Dumber', under Is Mrs. Snmers' address?" : Twenty-three years ago on this has a very enviable reputation in i FOR VACATION I Those interested in these coupes ':
dM.1 [Noel l .Dnndas. He's a !Miami\ i
of "Number 13 BoIIeau Mansions "Mr. and Mrs. George Y. Row- date Mr. and Mrs. John J. Kir- are requested to call on the '
friend and Via staying with
William W. Swanwick
him. Any time between nine and Fnlham Road miss. Perter prided land announce the marriage of schenbaum. Sr.. were married. --- I "uperior of the convent at onceas <
of the is in
himself on never forgetting details; their daughter. Doris to John J.I "Mrs. Kirschenbaum graduated company now Key ': only a limited number can be .
twelve or after seven, yon can catch West all : With the coining of vacation
be could always produce a telephone Kirschenbaum Jr. of Key West from Greenville High School las making arrangements accommodated.
1Ii.th )
re. ,
time the
boarding pupils at
number once heard, without the installing complete shampoo, con-I
Oo-rbank.. Onndat. All right. But- Florida. > year and took prominent part : of Immaculate
vent Mary t'orIen!
book.It. and and Young Men--
vacuum beating sizing equip- I
th r.', just one thing. Ton fcavent f "The marriage was solemnized:( the literary events of the KchooL making! preparations to return to I Imported
ment at the Columbia Laundry.All Pure Linen
forgotten what 1 asked? About my took the butler a few minutesto Sunday morning. Mby 26th at; They will make their home in 1 ; guaranteed -
their various homes to the
the work done will be directly .: spend I FRI. pre-shrunk finc-
and SAT.
get bold of a cab though Kirschen SPECIALS ; :
where Mr.
felting a job! she appealed. 1 may 8:30 at the First Methodist; Vicksburg, ', their
Alison told tbe to hurry be supervised by Mr. Swan- Period parents. quality Belgium and Iribh
man was
need IL""I Ward baum is connected with the U. S. 1 1Spring
Church Rev. J. W. of-I I Heavy Western Steer Meat !
haven't forgotten" he returned. either too deaf to hear or too old to wick who has had much experience -.: Yesterday a group of five students Linen-
'Let' care. His cab was even more maddeningly I ficiating. Attendants were Miss. Engineers. in his line. He is a veteran'I I left over the East Coast LambFLORIDA
know II
: me anything else anything S12.50
__ __ ______ S9.50
funny, happens." slow than taxis generallyare u ---- -- -- of the World War and a member ; for their homtS in Miami. In the I HENS AND

They had stopped at the corner when one Is In a hurry; beseemed I e.eee..eeeee..e.ee...eseeeee.eee5eeeesse.eSs. of the Harvey Seeds post of the i:i, party were Misses Lucille Cardinal Dressed and Delivered

and' 'were standing on the pavement. I to choose tbe longest route American Legion and has come]I i Ol"a Perez, Rosa Orta, Ca- We are open Sunday Mornings; i Big Line of

He took her band held it tight and on purpose and his engine was as PERSONAL MENTION to the Columbia Laundry very I I r mille Santini and Aloysia von WHITE CARBADINE SUITS

for a moment Alison thought that ancient as tbe man I........e.-ee..e..e..ee..e..a.e..O.e..ee. highly recommended. !j i Goydstsnoven. I Bermuda Meat Market Guaranteed Pre+hrunt-
Boileau Mansions, too was at the -- -- -
he was going to say more. Then ; All of the work will be done 814.95
far end of Fulham Road dad It Hilburn Collins who Arnold and Ruth Page. son and Phone 861.W Free Delivery
abruptly, he dropped her hand. was on ai 1 ; in Key West and only the best I Ii t
seamed to Alison tbat that must be visit of Mr. and Mrs. John KIDDIE KABARET White at Virginia Streets
jumped back Into the car ani drove short business to Miami, wasa daughter of materials will be !'ed. All ,
off, quickly I without looking back. tbe longest street In all London! returning passenger on the''' Page left yesterday afternoonfor i u I We still have a few
and upholstering
Alison walked slowly along towards Unfortunate enough to,be late- morning train yesterday. j i a visit with relatives in Miami types of rugs I HERE TOMORROW LINEN SUITS
doubly unfortunate today for Mrs. I pill be handled, including auto- !
I -- -- 'Pfe-thrunk.
No. 712 Chester Square. pure Linen to
mobile interiors and furniture. i iI I ,
brother j
Sumers would be sure to ask wbat '
lie close
had been very mysterious she Charles Saunders and ; out at- ,
kept her and whom she d.lunched. Mr. Swanwick will gladly call
thought. First the mere mention of with and after all It would be necessary William R. Saunders of Tampa,:' Miss Elizabeth Lowe who was I at any home in the city to make i I II I Ksbaref bye $5.95WiKiES ,
"Kiddie will
Dtphoa had him. then, all A
upset, to lie! arrived this week for a visit with spending a' 'vacation of three an estimate of probable costs and Rapid Tire r
through their their MVj and II. W.:
parents, JJrs. weeks with her mother. Mrs. Vir- '
assist polling any cleaning problems HIGH
baa given her the Impression that i in DayvieW GRADE
I i tomorrow morning ,
Ve was Intensely excited almost \\THES' the taxi stopped /t, lastj'; Saunders, 529 Elizabeth streets.' Lowe and familylday ft yestergil ,I it is ftated. !: Park it was announced today. jj ServiceCa11397 I I: BATHING TRUNKS
came tumbling butli4rpurse afternoon for New York ;
nervous over her news. t The show will l under j
> \
Ills questions about It aiL particularly ready in her band.: She thrust Miss lona Burt was an arrival where she is employed' as actuary i..ees..ose.esse.ee.ee'Today's ;I the sponsorship of. the- recreation i i S3.95

his question about her father's money Into'the old man's' fingers on the morning train yesterday'from ; by the New York Pensions Bu- iI
department West Ad- HIGHBOY
Birthdays of the Key BATHING TRUNKS
without for and
wedding his statement that Uaphne waiting change ran Miami for a visit with her; reau. ministration. I I I
Burners might be someone that he up tbe long steps. grandmother Mrs. James Robot 1..1 TIRES these days are I S1.95

knew all fitted In with'the Idea that Boileau Mansions was one or those arts and Mr. Roberts. I II i L. P. Perkins, auditor for the I Dr. Karl Landsteiner of New; -- --- : almost puncture proof. !I
what he knew of Daphne was cot buge blocks which are on tbe dividing : Other good makes also Pure
!o her credit line between mansions and Texas Oil Company who was in [ York member of the RockefellerInst. But not quite. You will I Wool-

workmen's dwellings a grim. William Knight., bridge tender Key West checking accounts with for Medical Research Nobel I ;i!
Bat If that was the truth why did ; greyblock I get one occasionally.! And
)i not come and meet her straight with stone steps and no porteror Card Sound, arrived yesterday' the Porter Dock Company agent i prizewinner born in Austria 67 i iI STORE annoyingas S1.50
I for visit with rela- for the Texas left they are just as
Jway or suggest that he might find elevator. A hurried consultation with a son a Company yes- years ago.Frederick. L I

tome chance to see her when! she with a green notice board in tbe tives and friends. I terday afternoon for headquartersin I I I ---- they ever were. Per FATHER'S DAY
Ii '
came to Chester Square? Surely. he ball showed Alison that No. 13 was I II i I New York. M. Feiker of WajhIngton. 1 haps more so for their un .

would know her If be saw her again. next door and would be a basement James Burnett who was connected D. C., secretary of the!! J. G. Kantor' Inc. answers the expectedness. Don't let 'i GIFT SUGGESTIONS

"It's funny thought Alison. "It's flat. She ran down again and hurried with the FERA in Key' land Mrs. M. E. Berkowitz Amer. Engineering Council ex-di-: problem "What to give Dad on much I I

almost! as If he was afraid of fcer. along tbe pavement was turnIng West in the capacity of architect and Anita and Jerome Berkowitz rector of the Bureau of Domesticand ,, Father's Day" in the advertise-' them bother you too I i REMEMBER DAD Many
Yet she could not doubt Guy. in towards the right door when '' ment in tpday's paper. The storeis Simply call 397 and ask : suitable
at gifts
resigned this week and left yesterday came in over the highway yesterday Foreign Commerce born including
Whatever his reasons were for keep- she stopped dead. I for North Carolina. bringing with them. Miss Northampton Mass., 54 years ago. filled with useful and appropriate for our help. We'll be Beautiful Selection
London London I
Ing back what be knew she felt! that was darkening as .
Frances Mazo who will be their I there in record time.
In late half-
can autumn even o
:he himself was clean and straight.
has extra large CHENEY TIES
I Willard Russell chief of the house and their Sidney Dr. Livingston Farrand presi- an
guest son
past three In tbe afternoon. In tbe -
When she had told him that she !
Border Patrol dent of Cornell born at Newark, stock of men's linen suits for men PHILLIP JOHNES
trusted him. she had meant It com basement flat that faced towards tbe S. Immigration who graduated from Station
made Colonial Service
"pletely. She trusted him now. road the lights were on. thin net in Key West, left yesterday afternoon -(, University of Florida. N. J., 68 years ago. II and young men that are : : PAJAMASMANHATTAN

Only. her curiosity was roused curtains hardly veiling the Interior. I ,for a business trip to 1\Ii-1 I from the and highest Irish grade imported.I Clarence Crusoe, Prop. : SHIRTS
world-famed pure
and she found herself trying to Alison. turning up the steps found ami. M. E. Gilfond. who left last r John McCormack.
herself looking down Into lighted I singer born in Ireland 51 yean There are still a fuv of the white i\
think of possible reasons why he I i last week over the highway for al"
I linen suits to be closed out at
should want that ten days silence. room a sitting room furnishedbrightly Mrs. D. Aronovitz left yesterday Jacksonville, accompanying Mrs ago.
Why was he so anxious that she but not expensively in afternoon for Miami to meet Gilfond who continued '.o the special low prices I II --- -- --
modern furniture of red and black 'i I Most Rev. John J. Glcnnon 1
should not tell Daphne of their her son. Dr. Samuel Aronovitz mountains of North Carolina for 1
'steeling? What was be going to dot and shining chromium a big; silver and his family and go to New returned the Roman Catholic Archbishop of St.I In the aggregate patients were I I
a vacation over
fisting lies. Alison would have divan with red shining cushions occupying York to spend the summer. : Louis, born in Ireland, 73 years, admitted to the 6.500 hospitals inI Ii
East Coast
yesterday. "
hesitated to give her promise: but the space under tbe window. ago. .I the United States on an averageof i ": .

for one thing-her feeling that But it was not at the room: Itself ;: ye'ter-I I one every 4.41 seconds throughout I II

paphne on her side was deliberately which Alison stared as sho stood Mrs. Roy Roberts left Mrs. Harry A. Pr indie who had:I:i Frederick E. Williamson, president -: last year for a total of more H I .- -1 i itt.
afternoon for Miami where ,
making mischief. And she had tbere as though glued to tbe pavement day been spending several months in 1 I| of the New York Central. than 7,000,000. MOTHER
It was at the two people: in she will spend a short time With Miss'
argued with herself that alter all Key West, with her sister born at Norwalk, Ohio 59: .' ; _
her'lunch with Guy was business, side.A; her parents Mr. and Mrs. Graham Etta Patterson,' left yesterday:,I I years of .. <'Yt
Suspended publication nuns.erons ;
man and a woman. Lester and on the return be accompanied -, I I ago. -t ( .t': "
qt Daphne's anyway. If she chose to ; afternoon to visit a brotherinlaw -:', and periodicals; :,
ask about matter that They were standing in the middleof by her son Billy who: newspaper e
questions a Clifford "
: 'and sister Mir and Mrs. Mass. the last two '
John Nolen of Cambridge in Germany in years, ; fir Are The
the locked :
in each other'sarms
did; not concern her. she must expect room has been the guest of his grandparents in East N.I
their closed their lips'' i Oakley Orange famed city planner end landscape has resulted in a market curtailing
eyes i
: evasive answers, that.was sillAT for several weeks. I'
clinging In a long kiss. J., and will later go for a titayII architect born in Philadelphia of the output of German news-

the time with Guy waiting for A slight very dark and foreign- Mrs. Victor Bergstrom and infant -I II with another brother-in-law U.and I 66 years ago. ; print. .. S.1!:: RUGS !

sister Colonel W. E. Shedd. S.
looking man with a smajl black L
her answer she had not hesitated. son, Clinton Neil arrived in, -- ---- __ ___ --I j ,
A. and Mrs. at Norfolk
Shedd ,
moustache-and ,
had felt that to refuse would
Key West! yesterday from their :
sound as It she did not trust him at Alison turned suddenly upon her home in Detroit Mich., for visit r ilj
all. so she bad given the promise at beel and walked .wa a : r"'i CLEAN ?
once. But now.alone and back on the She 'walked straight down tbe with relatives and friends. Mrs.!j Soon after the world war,I GRAND REMOVAL SALE I > :

familiar steps of her own home she road her mind whirling ber heart Bergstrom was formerly Miss Greenville county. South Carolina .

fornd herself hoping> that neither seething wltb anger. It was horri- Hazel Pierce daughter of Mr. and" designed medals ,for each of the (.- .-.--, -' ... .
ble! The whole shocked her Mrs. H. A. Pierce. I -
thing soldiers recruited in the
her father nor Daphne would! ask 5,000
any questions that she would not be profoundly by Its me.Dness-that ; county but 3.000 of the tokens At THE HUB STOREONLY

forced to lie. Dapbne should choose to get engaged W. I. Nolan state bridge en:I, never were claimed. !I' Or docs Baby play around all
And she comforted herself with without love was bad enough! but to gineer who was in Key West on: !
the thought "It he knows something let another man kiss. her like that! business with the local bridge engineers -I Subscribe ;;The Citizen. day on a germ-infested floor. .
about father know It For it bad been a.lover's kiss. Xo left afternoon: -
her ought to yesterday
MEN'S SHIRTS I breathing in dust and ..bacteriathat''makes
relation would I
too: before he gets married. It's In mere greet" one Uk for Islamorada accompanied by I '

fits. Interest td find out" that Those two bad been, wrappedup B..M. Duncan engineer in charge f MEN'S SHOES Wonderful assortment 1 I! i him ill and, bung anv ,
in lost all the !
;But to find,out'what? She wished ODe another to of bridge projects on the key ]:I I 'V
that Guy. had given her an Inkling of world. I I I Bargain Sale One lot of Men's Shoes Yale's Touchdown, 1 : added expense to you?, uv'i!: vu .
Wbat should she doT
what he suspected of his connection faced ,Captain R. S. Patton of the -Blacks, Tans and both soft and stiff I -
with Daphne-Or the woman whom That was tbe problem which Rugs are well knowncarriers
the U. S.. Coast and Geodetic Survey,, sale- collars sold for Ii IiZ
he fancied might be 'Daphne. Wasit Alison. Halfway down Fulham Sports, on ,
On All Wines
who was in Key West on an inspection -' + of disease'
a love affair Alison wondered. Road. she boarded'a 'bus and sat $1.95. on Wte germs. ', they .

Had he himself at one time been In there still wrestling with the answer. of the work being con 1.49 ;:\ VKO/( arc immaculatcfy! : clean and '
ducted in tnis section and In Stock Kcpt
Tell her
love with Daphne Sumers. on the father On the face of It. was c : :fit

verge of marriage perhaps and had be ought to know. Yet to Alison, the guest of Lieutenant and Mrs.' Imported and DomestUi 98 sanitary.Let .

tie found out something which had scrupulously fair always, there was W. H. Bainbridge left yesterday

made him change his'mind? Muchas something unfair and dastardly afternoon for Miami. i MEN'S' HATS us clean yours for you and
she disliked and distrusted the about such a course. To look In a .

woman her father was to marry lighted window was In Itself uncomfortably check, Barbecue Sandwiches New shipment of Men's MEN'S SHOESSports make your home safe fur Baby.

Alison found herself hoping that like overbearing a privateconversation.
MALARIAin Soft and Stiff Straws Blacks Tans I II .
that was not the truth. The Idea of 666 6 6 6
Guy having been In love with To use knowledge gained like thatto 3 days formerly sold for I

Daphne hurt. end Daphne's engagement was 5c I 79c
Yet the more she thought of It. like playing the spy. COLDS $2.95, at- I All Rugs Shampooed Repaired and Renovated

Yet could It be her liquid. Tablet. ,
right to let
the more likely that solution ap -and-
father allow unwarned SaI.. ft. &) first day. $1.98 Carpet and Rug Cleaning, Dyeing and Mothproofing
peared; It would account for his go on; him r.p. I t
perhaps to ruin his life? TONIC s.4 LAXATIVE :
showing no wish to meet Daphne

face to face. (Copyright mi,Sttlv'Jr.trincftjt .. $1.00'i i
Repairing By Experts
"Mrs. Snmers has left miss. PLAZASANDWICH i

There was a faint note of rebuke In morrow Alison: get from very her f bad'r'w" to. : Convent Summer SchoolTO I IMEN'S All Types of Upholstery Cleaned

--- I PANTS MEN'S SUITS : Laying of Carpets
I II Students May Advance In Sub- 503 Duval Street f

REMOVAL SALE :: jects In Which They Failed : Regular or High Waists, Linens Tropicals and :
"trademarked"I j 'Curb ServiceSTEAMSHIP
Call OB Superior At Initiation variety of shades and Crashes-

NEARING CLOSEGrand I I be sold are listed in an advertisement -. For P rticuUr. At Once i patterns I I : ACME CARPET SEiICE

I i i in this issue of The Citizen.j tI $6.95 : I
The -- -'- ------- $1.95 I
ridiculously low prices should I OF MIAMI COOPERATING WITH

Removal Sale I I be an incntive to all' men and iI i iI i f
at 'I young men who need clothing to; I -
I Co. .
Hub Store is now in its last buy before the sale is over. i
i fI P & 0
stages as the new home for themen's :, i UNITED STATES FAST i COLUMBIA LAUNDRY

department of this store, During spring about 3,000,000)) MAIL ROUTES FORPORT POLO SHIRTS OTIS UNDERWEAR !
!' eggs are handled weekly by1
is Hearing completion.
poultry dealers in Nashville. Tenn.rMONROE !j TAMPA-HAVANA-WEST INDIES Also other makes;
.fll merchandise that still remains Effective March 18th. 1935 Cottons, Celenese-any
i 617 Simonton Street
i Sleeveless Shirts and
in the store must be sold:: THEATER Leave Key West for Havana Wednesdays and Saturdays, color-
12:20 P. M.Leave Shorts
4 pieces-
during the next few days as nothing I Telephone 57
Donald Woods and Margaret Havana for Key West Thursdays and Mondays,
will be put aside to be movedin I Lindsay in Leave Key West '
for Port Tampa Thursdays and Mon S8e
the new location. William I THE FLORENTINE DAGGER days, 6:30 P. M. I

)Mendell manager of the Hub.I Frankie Thomas in I Ticket, R'**rratioa* sad ImferKatio at Ticket Offic. ea tie I We Wash Everything With IVORY SOAPrA.GE

I DOG OF FLANDERS Deck. .P..... 71 I i i
has stated that the new store will I
new I Mati_., Balcony, 10c; Orck- I J. H. C03TAR. A ..t. 1 1L
open with a fresh block of try 15.20} Night 15-25c



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