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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 25, 1935
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOLUME LVI. No. 151. .... KEY WEST FLORIDA TUESDAY JUNE 25,1935. PRICE FIVE CENTS



Price Claims New Deal Trend --i I i I EX-WINE\ AGENT FLYING COLONEL DONS 'LAB' GOWN [Business Clearing Many Hurdles Looks


I .TOP DIPLOMAT INJ I TO COSTAR IN DRAMA OF SCIENCE I ,

Dulls left-Wing's Baule-Axl I Ahead To
-- I Remaining Half Of 1935 Race
HITLER'S REGIME
I By HOWARD. BLAKESLEE I would be sucked in at the pointei

(Associated Press Science Editor) i I bottom.
I NEW 'YORK Jane 25.-The Secrecy Maintained -
Recent Events, Including POLICE CAPTAIN ADDS NEW LAURELS TO HIS The old liquid would be forced ''
,
same quality of unerring work out at the rapidly rotating upper VISITOR GOES !'PARENT-TEACHER Experts Making Survey

NRA Decision;* To TWO PATROLMEN RECORD BY BEING NEGOTIATOR ;manship which carried Col. CharlesA. edges, where the tor was widest.
I Meanwhile the centrifugal orc- Of Conditions Think
IN OUTSTANDING ISSUES OUT FISHING INSTITUTE TO BE
Have' Bearing1,On Next Lindbergh across the Atlantic es balancing with the pulL of gravity ;

REMOVED TODAY OF NATION taken' would keep the corpuscles Money Log-Jam Well
Paris ha I
straight to now
HELDJULY1519LEADERSHIP
in the
Year's CampaignBy floating right the middle of

him to the high place of scientific top's contents. They would not MISS ROSE NORCROSS IS, Broken Up

ALBERTO CAMERO APPOINTED .I II Ins A..*clatr4 tress) move with the current caused by GUEST OF FIRE CHIEF I II
BYRON PRICE I achievement. replacing the liquid.
BERLIN June 25.-Firat as a I I COURSE WILL
(Chief .f B....... The A..etated1'r. ACTING CAPTAIN; PATROLMEN 1 t I This work Colonel Lindbergh AND WIFE
.........., Perfection in simplicity of mechanical
By' FRANK H. MacMILLEN
quiet counsellor and now before published:; in 1932. It was the publiCs i ALSO BE GIVEN AT LABORATORY
The direction of administration REMOVED ARE
delia: i il the keynote of first intimation that he had (A. P. Financial Writer)
the camera in diplomatic top-hat SCHOOL AT UNIVERSITY .
thought with respect to 1936 PEREZ AND SHAW success in instrument he has been entered scientific work at the Miss Rose Marie Norcross of, NEW;, YORK. JaDe 25v A. th.
i mottling coat and striped trousers I Rockefeller Institute. But neitherhe OF FLORIDA
)Miami who is visiting her cousins
grow plainer daily. devising for the Rockefeller Institution nor the i institute:; would tell half-way mark i* passed in the
: Joachim von Ribbentrop ha be what the colonel was doing. Chief Harry Baker of the Key
Several recent event, including Wm. H. Malone in : 1935
Mayor a
I economic business and
race
here. Now the publication of the first West Fire Department and MM.
ccme unofficial foreign ministerfor A Parent-Teacher Institute and
communication the council ,
to city
the supreme court NRA' decision I The latest of these-a mechanical report on results of the mechanical Baker yesterday with a party of financial circle look back en an
this afternoon advised that be bad Reichsfuehrer Adolf Hitler. heart reveals that the colonel was friends Leadership; Short Course will beheld I
th. President's tax message and removed from the police department I heart and lungs-its details at his scientific work at least as enjoyed a delightful fish-I i exciting and difficult court

He has just added new laurels still a secret have enabled Dr. long ago as 1931. It was then ing excursion arranged for her at the P. K. Yonge Laboratory
the trend of legislation in congress of Police Everett .
Captain which, on th whole bas been
RiTasr. Patrolmen Bienvenido .tv his record by being th&negotia.tor Alexis Carrel, Nobel prize winner that he made the first of a seriesof by Chief Baker. :I School, University of Florida i
/ nave-cast long shadows to reach a goal sought for more the mechanical hearts. Although the delights of' the negotiated with considerable sue-

l"ere241: Rex Shaw.AccompaD"ia in Londonk'of the agreement than a century in, medicine. This' means that his progress excursion were somewhat disturbed July 15-19. The short coursei .
to next year'presidential cam the notice of, Contribution Great has been in the slow but accurate t:, I i cess, they ,believe.
whereby Great Britain recogiziednazi 1 I by the showers nothing will be conducted by the General
'removal list of This is a mechanical pump so scientific fashion. It took him at ;
pai, : were a reasonswhich I 1 t could dampen the ardor of the Many obstacles: have bean' met
; I Germany-meed for a navy perfect that no infection can get least four years to attain the perfect : Extensiop Division and Florida
Sometimes' these prior indications are to be presented to council I into it. With its aid, pumping mechanical heart now in use. anglers and the results of the trip !I I and apparently surmounted including

i at a meeting to be held this equal td 35'percent of the British I artificial blood and air Dr. Car-I Doesn't Discuss Work showed in the number and varieties -' Congress Parents. and Teachers the Adjustments to ruch

are* deceptive, bat"a.* matters I afternoon. Also name of four'I fleet.' I rel keeps alive indefinitely whole His description of the first heart of fish taken. I I cooperating.* I I varied outside' influences the

stand today it i* difficult to persons who the' mayor suggested I vital organs removed from the in 1931 was issued without his When time arrived for lunch-! supreme court's gold clause and

i should be called to testify in the' He hold the unimposing! title of body by surgery. I name. Winning his scientific spurs ', The session will last from 9 to NRA decisions; soaring an-i laterdeclining
ee that mach change can tak..1 1 There is no overestimate of the has taken apparently as long care- eon the launch "Pet" was moored: I
12 each
from
: noon day. Monday
matter. Police Justice Allan B. ambassador" but his word silver thj
"special prices as
and
importance of the flying colonel's ful work: ai the flvng training preceding in the lee of Mangrove Key I I government's
place a* regard certain basic issues I..a' July 15, through Friday July
r Cleare. Jr., Chief of Police '' !. taken by the German dictator contribution. Some 'of the greatest the New York to Paris the time happily spent in enjoying: I metal buying program
on which Mr. Roosevelt has El wood, Albert Leon and Martin | : scientific achievements rest on, flight a delicious collation under the! 19. The institute will be held from led speculators in that market to

'I Leon. ,:, above that of the regularly established -,, perfection of mechanical apparatus lie drops in at the institute I most appetizing conditions. '' 2 to 5 each day from Monday over-reach themselves; and a ft.

committed himself. officer -! --devised as a rule by scientists::; whenever he wishes. lilt hours 'of I The day's adventures was con I'I'I through Friday.
Alberta Camero traffic diplomats in the foreign of. I nancial crisis in France.
themselves. work there are apparently irregu cluded with a ride around the,
these issues t Mrs. Charles E. National
Briefly art: Roe.
has been
appointed acting
; fice. Colonel Lindbergh's peculiar fit- lar. Reports circulate occasionally I harbor and a close up view of Easy Moaey'Behind
Mr. Roosevelt wants a redistribution captain of police and, Raymond, ness for this branch of scientific' about the colonel: being seen at Fort Taylor which was another,I Instructor and Field Secretary and above all these influenees. .-.

of wealth. He wants to I Cabrera has been appointed to I' lie was made an ambassadorjust work is shown in one 'of the!jibe institute's lunchroom where I feature added to a very pleasant' for the National, Congress 'of however, some of the

break up large fortunes when fill the vacancy created by the', before he departed for London earliest instruments he made for ''Scientists eat and chat. I day.Those I'I'I I Parents and Teachers will have best informed 'observers of economic

they pass from one hand to another I dismissal of Bienvenido Perez. i iI to negotiate the 35 percent the Rockefeller Institute. i| Never apparetly does he speakI I who enjoyed the excursion I charge of the Institute. Mrs. Roe affairs see one important
he lie adapted the principle and I of his scientific work outside a were Chief and Mrs development which in its long
naval was
He pact. Previously, I will also teach in the regular sum
by inheritance or gift. shape of a Spinning top to solve a | small circle of scientists. I'I Baker daughter Ruth Marie I term, significance they felt, out-

want bigger income taxes for the I MEDALS GIVEN known as the chancellor's troublesome problem of scientific I j When his first signed scientific i I I Baker Misses Ann Duncan. Rose' mer session of the College 'of weighed all others. When the
sentative disarmament
biggest incomes and the biggest on repre.1 I "washing." The objects to be. article appeared n 1931 in "Sci [ Marie Norcross Betty Moreno I Education during .the morning current chapter 'of business and

corporations. lie wants to smash I I Keeps Out Of j washed, were "corpuscles' in su; <-I ence" there may have been some-,, Ruth Rose Galey Leonor Warren periods I financial history is finally written

of the largest combinations TO WINNERS IN I i I In this former capacity he ,,I pension. living cell floating in a 'I me' on the publication who knew Rae Louise Russell and Jayne]! The purpose of this Parent- these authorities feel the chapter.,
some
fed about from country to country liquid at various depths. The prob- that "C. A. Lindbergh" the sole Moore Thompson. Bob Duncan heading will be "easy money."
of industry, not only in the utilities ,I lem to the liquid with signature to the article the and Teacher Leadership Short Courseis
TRACK EVENTS but behind the'cenes.. For two l' was change was Claude'Thompson.ANNOUNCEDEATH Early in the year Joseph P.
field but in all fields. He out touching or disturbing them. famous flyer. I to develop a better understanding Kennedy head of the SEC proclaimed

wants unemployment and 'old age I years it frequently was reportedfrom Colonel Lindbergh: built a hallow But"one of the most active edi- of the ideals of service in the the breaking up of the

this 'or that: country that 1 top and filled it with the corpuscle tors says that neither be. "or,_the I the "tinenciat-l f ." llev&
insurance _for__ 'workers. ___ _, and__ he_ various departments of Florida !) v.
n n u I ....'..JLIIJi"ture medals were Heer had been' When it whirled at daft knew war Colonel :i -
.. .>f''" -.. pre. vonr Ribbentrop I suspension.!' the'a'utljor : Congress of Parents and ments since that time have tended
likled
wants ':1l"i vetnm'enlI"ttfcarry I sented yesterday to the young1athletes discovered there visiting "in a'I the right speed the washing fluid Lindbergh. t OF MRS. PITCHER I Ito bear out his prediction, ex-
1 Teachers Essentials of
'on in some way regulating i who were winners in the I 1- -- j including perts believe. Refunding has goneon
industrial conditions track meet held Saturday in! private way. Leadership Public Welfare
labor and apace with securities issues
after the fashion of NRA. !! Bayview Park under auspices of His scouting for the reichsfueh-'COUNTY EUGENE SLAIS IS Education Health and Home near the billion-dollar mark in the
always done "in a privateway. FORCES !
was |
... the recreation department of the' rer 'I News 'of the death of :Mrs. Service. I I I first half of the year.
Industry Apprehensive ." lie frequently was referred t Marian Pitcher wife of I. II. The purpose of the Institute
West Administration. isl I
Where does all of this, taken:i Key The winners were: Boys relay I,i to as the""mystery man of the L AREJ1IVEN PAY I, RELEASED TODAY' Pitcher in Tampa was received to give those who are preparing,, from New refinancing money as has distinguished not come
nazi reich. last night by members of the for active leadership in Parent!
together lead? I 17| to 9 years, first George Lowe I : i I out in quantity as yet, although
Marries Into Wine FamilyHe family in Key West.. Services and Teacher work more intensive
On the 'one hand it already has and Earl Adams Jr.; second Walter t I minor portion of some of the refunding
is reputed to be a wealthy interment will be in Tampa i 5:30; training under a representative i:'
aroused great resentment and apprehension : Rogel and James Larsen; PAID TODAY BY CLERK ROSS FREED AFTER PRELIMINARY I issues have gone into
tomorrow afternoon. from the National Congress of
.I having made a fortune from I
third, Richard Barber and Raymond man plant renovation or expansion.
in industry which al- I I Mrs. Pitcher was before marriage Parents and Teachers and to enable -
Campo. Boys relay 10 to I I sparkling wine. lIe married Anna SAWYER IN COUNTY HEARING BEFORE JUSTICE ( Interest Rats Lower
ways !is an important factor in Henkell daughter 'of one of the .Miss Marian Felton of Key them to qualify for the Na: I
16 first, Horace Brightman; Meanwhile the trend 'of interest
stirred years mak--I COURT HOUSE J JI I FRANK ROBERTS West and has a number of rela-II tional Congress Certificate. |
politics; and it also has and Otto Ackerman; second Jose:i| leading German champagne rates continued steadily lower.
I II I I
and he also represented I tives and a host of friends who There will be no tuition fee.
bitter opposition among those Roge and George Barber; third l ers --- Many short term government issues -
up i iI I will learn with sadness 'of her AU classes and lectures will be
French champagne producers. I
who believe the constitution for.: Melvin Adams and Donald Baker. have virtually reached the
Girls event Rose II Highly polished the son of an County employes who receive Eugene Slab, who was arrested passing. I open to all persons, other than "no-yield" basis. The call money
relay open I j ',
bids "regimentation" and likewise of th their emoluments from the Gen- I I She is survived by the husband!' those working for Certificate
Walker and Marina Valenzuela. I army colonel he came out el" 'I Sunday on a charge of taking 1 rate for many months pegged at
the taking of I leral and Fine and For and three children John Felton without the payment 'of the
frowns although Revenue
on propert'l world lieutenant and :
a
war 1 in
Boys sack race, 7 to 9 years I> without permission a car belong t' per cent /inally collapsed
from one class to confer on Donald Pinder. Boys sack race,'I he was only 25, was assigned feiture funds are being paid off ling to H. W. Woodward repre-i and Gladys Pitcher.WORLD registration fee. I mid-April and has since run at '4

another.On I 10 to 16 years Peter Manson. to the German peace com-,today by Clerk Ross C. Sawyer in I,' __ of 1 per cent. Highest grade
J. W. )
l mjssion. lie born on April I his office at the county court renting the Young companyI
was
bonds have advanced. Bank
Ruth reserves
already Girls sack race, event
it open '
has taken the other much hand'of the edge off' Curry first.; Eola Johnson: 30, 1893. I I house. I I of Tampa was given a prelim- \ FORCES OF LAST SIX MONTHS have piled up until the fio

second. Hitler' Bosom Companion Those who are paid from the I: inary hearing in a the court of ure finally crossed the $5,000.

lest-wing opposition to the ad Boys three legged race 7 to 9 A confidant of ,Hitler's! since,,I first named fund are receiving' Peace Justice Frank O. Roberts I RESULT IN COMMODITY PRICE SWINGS GOO.OOO-mark, about half of

ministration. '' years. Manuel Valenzucla and 1932,; the jftm.oV&a
Senator Long's thesis has been' Raymond Campo. Boys three legged :| historic'VoW* '\ *in? arranging' the 1934. Checks on the Fine and i There evidence adduced -- *. both figures peaks

C a redistribution of wealth; Mr., race 10 to 16 years. Billy i' meeting in Cologne in January,, Forfeiture fund have been issued I I was no By RADER WINGET months. World prices passed 80. for the entire history' of the federal

Roosevelt is for that, to a lesser. Schoeneck and Paul Ilerrick.I 't, 1933.between Hitler and'the for.' for the month of February 1934.I ,i..t the hearing which would in any (A. P. Financial Writer)' I reserve system.
broke and entered
degree. '1 t I I Boxing George Lowe defeated j mer Chancellory trans- von capon, I manner substantiate the charges.I NEW YORK* Jane: 25Amer. cents sharply I Stock prices which moved narrowly .

Dr. Townsend wants old age, Charles Garing Melvin Adams at life,home of.It* banker. Baron;[ .! it was said. and tie case was dis- t 1 I the last days of mid-year'iathe lower in the first two

pensions; Mr. Roosevelt insists on ,wwn'frdm Harry;Jones; Jose RogelI I von Schroeder. This conference START CLASS IN c I missed. lean commodities 'in ,the last six[ low ?00. still well abov .,"tth months of the year in quiet 'trad-
1
old age pensions,' or less sweeping,I defeated Robert Everette; Ray-j led to the naii."'entry auto the t| Seen after his dismissal Mr. j January average',of 54.42 cents. r ing which awaited the gold de.'i-
'
i
month have been subject to those
propositions.' ;I mond Campo(>> and Matthew Valen-:I reich government. I MARINE BIOLOGY i Slais said that he was given per i World copper too, advanced sion 'of the supreme court, finally

Senator Norris wants to strip, zuela fought three rounds to a From then on von Ribbentropgrew mission to use the car or would counties influence twirling! but slowly. Blue eagle copper in! gave ground substantialy to hit

the "power interests" of their in-;I 1 draw. Earl Adams. Jr., and Ray,[ closer and closer: to the!I have never taken it. I the United States held steadily at I their lows in MUrch. The bottom
fluence; so does Mr. Roosevelt. I also draw. [ fuehrer although his background; : around the world which are forcing *; 9 cents a pound while world prices o as measured by The Associated
Upton Sinclair advocates inter!I, Schoeneck fought a I I I I is not typical of the men Hitler' A class in marine biology was lower and i edged 'over 8 cents 'only to fall! Press average of 60 issues was
started for Key West youngstersat OFFER PRIZES price higher or 'I again when the'original NRA died.:
vention of government to end keeps about him. j( 34.5. The invalidation of the federal -

poverty; so does Mr. Roosevelt. i! NEW CLERK AT I( Since Hitler turned his per- the tropical aquarium yesterday -i. : creating special problem for each! Biggest aid was a world agreement I rail pension law in early

The Farmer-Laborites propose I sonal> attention to foreign affairs by Emory Lowe Pierce,I IN PARK EVENT r I to adjust production to de-! April however appeared to help

to "protect" the farmer and the'; FERA OFFICES von 1 Ribbentrop has been a frequent superintendent of the aquarium.i }! individual commodity. mand. I turn the tide although mild improvement

laborer by direct action; so does i i 1 companion traveling with Sixteen boys reported for the l I Under the same sun were cattle I Inflation Threats' I had been under way

)fr. Roosevelt. the leader of his trips', first session and the interest Over the entire commodity field from mid-March. .
I I I on many Prizes will be awarded for the corn, hogs and wheat but
Mr.I|
Tread Quiets Left through Germany. lie was appointed manifested was pleasing best numbers at meat went up in price under the i j like a cloud hung warnings of I Setbacks Few
1 I three presented
This i ill not saying that the; A. F.. MncKrille, of Jacksonville a high storm troop leader; Pierce said.i I 1' urge 'of an impending shortage J impending inflation warnings!I Interruptions to the rise were
Thursday
amateur to be held -|
President accepts fuUy any of has' been appointed to the !' on the reichsfuehrer's 46th birth-i i These classes will be held on night while grains dropped as new crops' sounded by such outstanding! few and mostly of' minor proportions

these left-wing ventures. I,' office of chief clerk: 'of Florida day in 1935. rI f Mondays, Wednesdays and Fri-I night of in Bayview the recreation Park under de- promised an abundant supply. I economists as Professor Edwin i subsequently. The pressure

The practical results do demon Emergency Relief activities in Key I days of each week at 9 a. m. and I auspices the West Ad.I Federal law was credited with S Kemmerer 'of Princeton but in-! of investment funds caused a consistent -

strate however that the trend of, West in place of Kay Schutt who I: I all children 'of school age are in- partment of Key i upholding prices 'on cotton and! flatlon fear in the opinion 'of i bidding-np of equities especially
.
his policies has a mollifying effect; has been granted an indefinite va- DR. H. SPITLER 1 1I I vited to attend. I ministration.Some of the city's best amateur, sugar but cotton broke rapidly 1 I most economists had little effect those paying dividend;

air along the left front and a disturbing l cation. I )'' when the government deferred on prices.j I but issues providing no ncOTll!' '
effect all along the right' Mr.\ MacKrille arrived yesterday talent will compete in the program -' i were carried along in the upward
t'j ARRIVES IN CITY CUBA BRINGS IN which begins at 7:45 p. m. announcement of loans 'on the new 1 1 j What sensitive prices did is
front. j and has assumed the duties of the 'I crop, and sugar tumbled in the shown by the movements 'of The: trend.

The logical outcome would be'position. He was recently with I! futures market when traders Associated Press index of 20 com I The supreme court ruling which

to preclude almost the possibilityof !' the headquarters unit in Jacksonville 149 PASSENGERSSteamship NEW\ ARRIVAL ATRUSSELL'S f' feared the supreme court decision modities which advanced from I ended the NRA code' structure appeared -

any important political unionon .4 where he was state property i I Dr. H. B. Spitler prominent j ton the NRA might affect the 72.55 per cent of tie 1926 nr-' to inaugurate a new wave

Mr. Roosevelt's left in '1936, custodian for the FERA. He has optometrist of Eaton Ohio was'I AAA sections which protected themarket. ''age on December 31 to 75.48 in of buying once its implication

and to promote the prospect of avery been identified with governmental an arrival this morning from Miami Cuba: ,sJ. th*--P. and HOMEMr. t [mid-February and then dropped to had been. absorbed by the trading
Florida since the days where he was attending the t
determined consolidation ol activities in I fraternity.
O. S. S. eompaa", returned yesterday Silver Prie Change i around 70 by mid- une.
sentiment 'on the conservative!: of the CWA. when he was located :;' national convention 'of optometrists afteiooon from Havana vith I Silver made history' when the i The forward march of the costI
2 ; and is a guest of Rev.t
right in Jacksonville. 116 first class passengers and and Mrs. Alger Russell 'of i world prier tagged along: after I lof living, as measured by the National
is highly interesting .' '}Ir. Schutt is now spending a and Mrs. J. C. Gekeler at the Truck Arrives TonightWith
That in turn.
seven second class for Key West; 615 Eaton street, announce tbe the treasury price for newly mined, Industrial Conference
In view of the apparent t l. vacation in Hav :'a and is expected home on South street scientist in his:019 first and seven second for! arrival of a 9% pound boy on domestic silver passed it, then!! board, continued until If.,.. That large variety .f FRESH
An
Steamship
gravitation of republican sentiment to return on the .{ outstanding Dr. is ,1|1 Tampa. Of the. 149 passengers. Friday of last week. The son has declined abruptly when the treasry ..i[ index stood at 81.6 in January I FRUITS and VEGETABLESLowe's I
conservativ!i Cuba Thursday afternoon. Remaining chosen field. Spitler everIn I I
toward the !
named Franklin refused to bid higher. In two I (with 1923 100) and moved to
lectures and talks,I there were 52 aliens. been Donovan ; as ,
here until Saturday he will entrain demand for .
at I
viewpoint. It hints strongly i a Cash Grocery
.-
the raised the! 83.2 in April before dropping to
I
for Jacksonville from there before students bodies and 'other' The vessel sailed 6:30 o'clock Russell i jumps treasury I

campaign than any other based in more our time completelj on 'one e r' he will go to Washington and on I gatherings. He has been heard in..1 1 for Tampa with 31 passengers and 1 Both mother and son are doing= domestic price from 64.64 cents a 182.9,, in May' the first' fall since 1117 DivUton St. Phone 67S

.
November 1934
I 'freight fine ounce, to 77.57 cents in four ,
nicely.
clear-cut issue. ',to his home in Buffalo N. Y. many part. of the United States. s

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Published Dour Except Sunday By Newspaper publishers both large and Firestones Attend Son's Graduation Il IL TODAY'S :WEATHER ] I

'TUB'(7TiZEN' MTBLISHlfC! CO.. IXC.I. ,
.'P. ARTItAH.rrmUeat* small, speaking through the American
HE.ALLE. r A..t...-a..a._ )(as.ger Newspaper Publishers Association and'the Tempersturet I Florida: Partly cloudy with

From The Cltrxea Buildlac National Editorial Association condemnedthe 11 Highest __....... .-.....--.............._.87 ]local thundershowers. Wednesday!"
Corner Greene and Ann. 'Street I Lowest" ..........'."..__............._.__..77 I and eztretlte
Wagner Labor Disputes Bill during the Mean ....-.--..---.._ --........___.......82 in south portion toI
Only Dally Newspaper' In Key West and Monroe closing days of hearings conducted by the Normal Mean .............__........_83' night.
"County-_ Rainfall I Jscksonvile to Florida Straits:
Senate Committee on Education and Labor. + f;
Entered at KeyVeiC Florida,aa second clasa matter ri Yesterday's Precipitation .0 Ins.'. Gentle variable winds over north
Elisha Hanson and Harvey J. Kelley,
FIPTY-SIITR'YEAR t : Normal Precipitation.-. .11 Ins I portion and moderate east winds
speaking for the A. N. P. A., told the Com- e TfcU r...r4 _"er. 24-b.., perl4
Mmber .r the 'A..elate'PreeeThe 1 a #v _. ... over south portion; weathnpartly
radieg
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lit l rk tht ; i
Associated Preac U axeluslvelyentlUed to ,use mittee the bill would seriously disturb the Tomorrow. Almanac overcast, probably with occasional -

tor- republication of all news dispatcher credited tot relations now existing between publishersand Sun rises ..--.....-...... 5:39 a. ra. showers tonight and Wednes
or not etheFWi.e'eeedit.d In this paper and also their employes and Erwin Funk for- Sun sets ... ........ .. '::%0 p. .m.! :
the local sews published here Moon rises I day.fctsrMGalf
1:55
a. m.
1 mer national president, appearing for the h. : Moderate I east wind
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Moon sets
1:42& m.
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1 EDITORIAL) ) 5,000 members of the N. E. A., declared .'t over"south portion ind moderate
Tomorrow's Tides I
fNATIONAL OCIATION hLw I northeast winds over north portion -
i 4 /935 "ninety per cent of, our shops are open AJI. P.M. .

; : shop and. this bill would make no exception -! High ... ........... 5::::; 7:21

1 .SIBHCHIFTIOY! RATES ,' in the case of small publishers who e ti.t Low ..............-... 1:00 I .. 'fEATHERCODITlONS!
One Year UII." 11:30
5 Six-Month ._.- -- 5.0' today are free from labor disturbances." e Barometer 8 a. m. today: 'Pressure is moderately low over
C t Tfcree.Uoatha, l.U The spokesman for the National Edi- st. Sea level 29.99.WEATHER I the Plains States and upper Mi+-
Vn. Month _.. ..abweekly I sissippi Valley, Wilh_ton. N. D,,
torial Association composed largely of
.Z'
FORECAST 29.74& inches and high over most
ADVERTISING RATES I publishers of weeklies and small dailies !sections east of the :Mississippi! Valley ]

)fade known on application. I .pointed out that the Association opposed n .., ? k vWY (Till 8pm. Wednesday) Detroit. Mich., and Louisville
;.' k : Key Wen and Vicinity: Partly Ky., 30.18 nches. Light to mod
NOTICE
SPL.CIAJ. the original Wagner Labor Disputes bill ; i-:: i
All reading notices, ard. of thaaks.resolutions of I ;." ;"" ; .:;.. .>iI : i> cloudy with local thundershowers t crate rains have occurred during
respect obituary notfces. et;., will be-charged. for at. c last year, the bill that exempted from its the last 24 hours in-portions of Ov
the rate of 10 t'eGla.a line. provisions those employing 10 persons or Mr. Harvey S. Firestone with his five .sons! all Princeton fcradu. *es. Left to right: Leonaru, &.ii.or.d. ; upper Mississippi i Valley andI
for entertainments by cbarches.from which I who June 18. I I South Dakota and there have
Notices less, and'that most emphatically these.pub Roger was graduated Mr. Firestone Harvey. Jr. and KusselL I :
a revenue Is to be derived are C cents a line. _. .. .. I ; I een local] shower. and thunder
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The Citizen is an open torum'aDd invites discus- lishers oppose the present bill which makesno forms in central end southern,
sion ef poblie icnues and subjects of local or general ............... ........ r. Florida South Carolina and
such exemptions.
Interest but it will not .publish anonymous commonlcatioaa. FIRESTONES ; FIRECRACKERS \ f outbern Texas. Temperature
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"There would, be no limit to the an- I Today'sAnniversaries I II I, changes have been generally

noyance and expense that would be heaped PRESENT ATGRADUATION i FOR 4TH OF JULY .. 't\.Y'.j! b1( \..i\ ...'. '' : Alight and reading! are now .mo>=ti .
upon small- publishers by this bill," said i i -t S 0 i 1-, seasonable' throughout the
.SIDELIGH-TS; t........................ t i l; J country east> or the Rocky -Iou.
: Mr. Funk..' : We. prote:si'gtfeion theconstitutionaliljfey3bfsaryTlSWthat'attempts i 1728-William "Smith, colonial A mot novj. }cage is. beingitrodned i ,.1(-.1 "..'XT: J JI tftins.
| < : "- 1 the Jo. Schlitz! n. R. KENNEDY.'Offieill ,
i -- t York : y Partly Cloudy Tfaanderthowerij
r -- I thief ju tice of New who I .
b '' to say Whom aJofelnpl y lr ehall hire." I sided with Urtish in Revolution Brewing Company to help celebrate ] *n Cliaree.
By'MARCY B. DARN ALL. tonight and
FIFTH YOUNGEST SON I the 'ointti hf'Ju1y.. It is j Wednesday; gentle to
AND a
% NewspapersJt> rire also almost i and became chef justice of Canada moderate
,.,f ormer Editor of Tie-Key West.CitizenAfter I born in Nework. Died in J.r"ht; red, rejistu, giant fire-I easterly] winds. Subscribe to The, Citizen.:
-1 iif 9 ing Tthe 20-hour RECEIVES DECREE FROM "
unanimous. opp : i oiatker holding sir' bottles] of 1------- n __
Quebec, Nov. 3, 1793.
/ a recent robbery of the Detroit bill,,proposed by Senator::? ;:Black'pf! Ala- PRINCETON UNIVERSITY; Schlitz Beer. ---
bama. 4..".. i j Many de-JerJ already re'wrttfat
Zoo safe of'$1,053, Superintendent Millen 7 :1 FOLLOWS FOUR OTHERS 1741-John Langdon NewHampshire's some .r their! customers have I
announced that hereafter the safe wouldbe noted merchant and
patriot-financier in : mistaken thi!.will'be'pkaoed to have.youconsult about
kept in the'lions' den at night.: He also PEACE 'AND PACIFISM Revolutionarydays a real] grnpowsr ;"irecrac'-se":! i h .
senator and bornat
governor '
/SSerlal t The ("UI.* ) I interest" and 1 stim-J how
<< can
extended invitation to cracksmen to attractingn'e you
an Portsmouth, N. II Died Sept
.PRINCETON, N. J., June
2"-i I wlrting sales. Children are. nskti
all the "movements" 18 1819. I
"come and get it. Among now
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey S. Fire | their 1'\ ruts to bjv this !ir--- .
abroad in the world with the ostensibleaim stone and their four oldest eons; ,I : cracker so they may have this
of universal there /I 1773-Eliphalet Nott presidentof loalidtte novclt'] to play with: durnj !i -Build Buy or
promoting |II
,
peace !
A New York woman who tried to ob who are all alumni of Princeton i Union College Schenectady.N. ; their relebralion ,
Of
course
are some which use the cloak of a worthy here at Y., for 62 ,
I University were present years inventor of
serve the anniversary of Lady Godiva's ] She parent li.e the package too
cause in spreading of the,most the graduation their fifth and ftoves. born at Afchford, Conn. I Refinance Your Home
ride unclothed through the streets of propaganda :i I i i }'e"ause it ontaHs !IX; 1 ottles] of
sinister sort. I youngest son Roger. I r Died Jan. 29. 186C. t'tJitz-th'; beer that made Mflwaokee -
Coventry, England, in 1040 got away withit To have five sons receive degrees i I' { famous I
on Broadway for 25 minutes, when she Every right-minded person wants from a university such as 1811-Jms E. Murdock.| Dealers] everywhere are featnr-
was arrested and placed under $50 bond. peace. But, as has been often pointed out, Princeton is a most unusual event among the eminent actors of the I mjr ant? dieplsyuur. this bright red I or repair or modernize any type of
there is a great difference between desiring and Mr.. and 'Mrs. Firestone appeared -,i i past, ]lecturer and elecntionist.; fourth of Lily] paclare.: The SchiltzI building on insured credit
She was wearing only a very thin band particularly happy on this:born in Philadelphia. Died in Cincinnati -I .rtnbutor! report that it's a bang-
peace, and being willing to sacrifice occasion. The eldest] Harvey. : I
around her waist and a pair of 'sandals on. -e: May 19, 1893. up idea.
everything else to secure it. Jr., was graduated in the:i I I I
The.Revolutionary fathers might have class of 1920; Russell in 1924;:I 1831-Ohve Thorne Mi'l-| tsl.st.: editor o' the InJenenden The First National l ,Bank of Key West
Nightmares may be avoided by a Leonard in 1931; Raymond in' (Harriet Mann) author an<. nit I| New York. born at.A.bington$ ,
had peace through submission to the en- 1933; and Roger this year. uralist born at N. Y. .
Auburn JtIa! Dfl: Aug. 28. IJ'O.
combination of perfume, .will: .power and croachments of the British crown. Belgium Roger in his junior year won Ji'I Died in Los Angeles. D'c. '2;>,i Approved Mortgage Under the I

music according to a neurology expert of I might have had peace, a little while at I the unusual honor of being elected ] 1918. !S37-Chtrles T. Yertes! financier -
Columbia Univ,rsity. All that is necessary to membership in Sigma \Xi. and capitalist] donor if the
least, by allowing the Germans to I IJ
is to induce condition called .hemi-: cross national honorary scientific society I 1833;).-William Hayes Ward. treat f.tet>lVatc.y eruct. -his! FEDERAL'HOUSING ADMINISTRATION
a her'territory without resistance, at the be- I and this year at -a meetingof I f Congregational clergyman Onem name. room nt; Phikdelpi'a." Died
hypnoidosis, which, for all we know,-mightbe ginning of the"World War. the American Physical Soc.-ietYj(i Dot 2S 1903

worse than nightmare* Illustrations like these mul- in Washington there was pre-,. me to know how well their classmates -I 1- _ _
might bs -- -
sented a scientific' paper in original -; thoughUof; my sons", Mr.
r tiplied ipdefinitely, to show what the doctrine research ofwhich he"was the Firestone. said. "Roger .was!" the J "'''.I".Ar.l'1.6" ;;'.1'11:

"-' Bert Queens, 22, appeared twice be- of pacifism or non-resistance mav co-author. For the past two] fourth to be voted by his class! as j ......................................................... ..............
years he was coxswain of the var-i the man most likely] to succeed'. .
fore Judge Mitchell\ of Joplin Mo., in a lead to. While it is the hope of idealists sity crew. At the class day exercises I am happy to say that our four 1 I I .. .

single day recently. The first time! the that war eventualy may' be banished from yesterday he was awarded f older] sons are associated with me .

judge married him, and a few hours later the earth, few 'practical persons cherish 'I the Biddle Medal 'for good sport-; in the Firestone enterprises and I '...
manship." i i I that Roger after certain J ..
postgraduate :
he'sentenced Queens to 90 days in jail for such delusion. ,
any LADIES-
"Aside from their scholastic! records -| work-will join them with
passing a bad check. About:the best that may be hoped for i it is especially gratifying! to,i 1,me" I I ; i

is to reduce the causes of war to a minimum -_. -- .- -

and inevitably break out from timeto I '.
Fernando Philbrick, a Civil War .vet .

eran, again became a hero''the other day 'time. f j You ..are'WELCOMEto brouse i
This result will
be attained, not
in spite of his 90 years. When an ex- %
Vinal through either militarism: or pacifism, but $) !
cursion steamer was wrecked near around store will find
our you sI
Haven Me., Philbrick 'plunged into the through reasonable preparedness for ,

water and kept an aged woman afloat un eventualities while exerting every honor-
lot of useful
and -decorative
I a
til'help came. able.means for preserving peace. -- : '5'


.w; -': INTO 'rrH E>ThS .' Y things :for 'your ''home such.as

.1bRelief'' headquarters. of Shawnee 4. "!. :: .:. .... : is;

coiihty, Kansas had a,complaint from a Ib l.rrJi ler1 '
Less than oil .
,
years ago an op- I :
:
womanho declared the arpount given
\ erator read a ,paper"'kefi: the American

her family.)was not sufficientjfahd added: Petroleum Institute in which he describedthe All-Steel Cabinet F?' Electric t .Grills.

"My\ husband and I talked it t over and he deepest wfirin tbjeSJxJijJc\aJjJhat time.It Stainless SteehSuper- 1 .asersana! Electric Pans | j

said if we didn't get more he was going tc: California
was in a: oil field and had Freezer "
try to find a job." been successful Electric Sad Irons i
completed as a producer at Sealed-in-steel mech- :Flashlights 0

a depth of 7,591 feet. anism with 5 Years
Another birth insurance :policy that Now evel'well in the Kettleman Performance Protection '
-
Light Bulbs and Fixtures Dinner and Tea Sets i
paia a nice dividend i is reported from field in the same state is deeper than the for only *1 a year. o

Clayton: Mo.\ Jack Coffey last January record well of 10 years ago. Today the All modern convenience -
'
paid $95 for a ..$1,000 policy against his : deepest well that is'really producing oil is features. 4I :Bake Glass Ware Water Sets j

wife having .twins. Last week twin girls : in Caddo county,.Oklahoma, and is 11,230

born to the Cot feys. .
were feet in depth.

The deepest hole in the world however ',GENE RAL' ELEC R'C } Liquor 'Sets Artistic Console :Sets : fc

With the recent death of Field Mar: I is in West Texas. It was started in A equtvolent .of :

shal Byng of England, only six highest i March, 1933 and is still being drilled. At t oU the : J

ranking commanders of the World War last report it bad reached the unpre- of lC'E' I I : S
O A Pull Line of Aluminum Ware Kitchen :
remain alive. They are Field '''Marshal cedented depth of 12,385 feet. |I \\bs. : S

:Allenby: ( England Marshals Petain and Such deep drilling is very expensive, 'UtensIls And---Well Just Drop .In And : 5

d'Espery of France,. FieldMarshal:\ Matk- and there is never any assurance that oil i: 18c :

ensen and! General_Ludendorf.of Germany'*". will be found; John F.: Dodge, noted proj j' fOR =: See For Yourself Y. :, *: 0

and bur own General.Pershing. tensor of petroleum engineering estimates -: .:
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II that a well-planed 10,000-foot well costs I I r, .."... -:

Nineteen nations still owe the United between$300,000 and 350000. Av ,. .. II .. -.

states. more than '13 billion dollars in-war .It rather well -known that l more I A dozen G. E. :models+ .. .'.
"Your home is worthy of the beat" :
debts..I AH defaulted again in their pay- I money has been spent in drilling for oil .
select ,from
ments due June 15 except Finland the I than the total value of all the oil ever re ,, Florida
South : & j
only country that has faithfully made all .covered. In the oil business every well Ls Prices as low as $92.60 Contracting Engineering Co.

payments as agreed upon. As for the a gamble. Much is heard of the gushers ..

rest. Uncle Sam may about as well consider I that are brought in by the lucky ones, but. The Key West ;:Electric Company ,Phone 598 White and Eliza.Streets ,.:

what they a in the losses of those who drill holes .
owe as permanent
]t dry do .....................................................................
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TUESDAY, JUNE 25, 1935. THE KEY WEST CITIZEN

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JOEY: WEST JN :I DOINCS-'AROUNO'THE'GOLFtLINKS' I few packages.:


1JAysraONEfBY Saturday afternoon the teams Now
I played low tan and
aggregate with
'Here Just Years (By GRAVY)
Happenings 10 the result that the Key West.boys ,
: AroT: .4 yAs"Taken From ..........e..e..eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee I lost every point., On "Sunday we
know
To...Ftle* Of Tli. CitiM It is would mare the but at' played Jovr ball : wIlY a
,. to be hoped that. most! of few trip only 'and three

the golfers who+went to. Miami I!'the last 'minute Li Plummer ,and te -managed to get a' half!

"Where are the Keys of TbeSanctuary" last',week-end will be in condition Curry Harris decided to go. Tim point tie each. Joe and Bob got a ,Certain
on the first nine. Then along
.. Mill be the subject Of to this because it't' the time I
-_ play Thursday rays 1>e knew all they comes Willie and Clem .and tied
1 1f
the sermon at B'nai Synagogue '
i will be one ;: the regular 'dinner'would change their minds at the the whole business until number

'CHICAGO'CUBSGHECK' RECREATION'DNTTICTORIGUS ileff INTEREST tomorrow Rabbi Kline.evening Rabbi 8 o'clock Kline is'by a I! engagements. :'The-losers will ,pay] lastTninnte: but a still email voice::f 17hen they lost the hole with a y City

for the winners ''as usual and this i birdie. The next team of Sam
t that sounded like'Handsome Hor
forceful and those who:I
speaker '
aI time the meal will be-hadon Fri- ,i end Melvin did exactly the fame
1 :GIANTS ;WERSERWCEPLAYERS IN TIGHT'CARDLASTEVENING have heard him in previous d -ace's says what minds are you talk- ''Famous
"' .I'.I'course.J dry evening instead Thursday.. I thing: when Steve Gibbs got I got
: have spoken highly of his \A good many of the fellows pre- ir.g1about! :1 tirdie 3 when Sam had a sure par.

IN FAST GAME I I masterful sermons. The public :-is' fer to play-and 'win, one''day:-and 'The teams of Curry and Li were

I invited. then have all the
the enjoyment of said fection only perfect was not quite I I I Horace put up a good: scrap but

I : Enlistment in the National food Tomorrow in this column }1 good enough. Some of the playi I all to no avail.KNOCKED. tir
NEW YORK YANKEES :TRIM WIN SECOND HALF OF SOCIAL YOUNG FIGUEREDO AND RO- you will find the pairinjts of the era did a little shopping and etc."
Guards here, in time to ,fill the .. fr
'INDIANS RED SOX'TRIUMPH I : indivdiual matc.-bu.so keep your but they,all managed to get back OUT BY-GIRL
LEAGUE 'SERIES -CONTEST full
; JAS FOUGHT REAL BATTLE; required quota up to strength
II' II
eye peeled on particular page. home on time and not miss any

OVER CHICAGO AGGREGATION LAST NIGHT AT BAYVIEW ALL OTHER BOUTS WERE before the company. goes tocamp trains. Joe Lopez and Tim Pitt-j CHICAGO.Francis Jones of

is the object of a campaign being All of the crowd that went to man finally caught on to why, this city was knocked out by a

PARK VERY INTERESTINGBy put on by the company. Company I Miami report marvelous! time. It I Sarauella ,wanted them for company girl with whom he tried to flirt,

i I has always been a body of men I looked for a while that, a very to town. It was'on account]: then he was fined'$50. 1 1I
of which any community could I

Ulal a. *Tae (.a-) (By JOVE) ( .. OSCAR PITA) well -feel proud. They never returned -- -

NEW YORK June 25.-Vito I 'The Recreation Department ten Young Figueredo and Pimpey from camp without .

Tamulis.. the Yankees' brilliant, :;won the'second''!half.-of the Social It is earnestly hoped said Y
,)young. Ldthunian southpaw ended series Rojas clinched and danced around ficer of the ;company that honors'l YOU ALWAYS GET BETTER Miff I
League, last defeating
New Vork's three-game losing .night by four rounds to a draw in the main the time elapsed ;

streak and snapped the Cleveland .the Service ten. 'To win event of the Cuban Club's weekly have net 'with the desired results AT HO HIGHER PRICE WHEN YOU Bp A IlRE lSUff I
Indian's winning -string at four lhuJiaIf.they.4iad i to.come out vic-
I fight show last: night.In and the company be brought up **
games as he pitched the American torious'in ; stragiht &Ni GU&KAm$% "WHERE are we?
seven games. the semi-final Young Fernandez to full strength. IRE WITH FIRESTONE UAME >
League leadenr to a 4 tol victory I asked the dining car waiter.
On May 15 they lost to the
over the second-place club. upset! the dope bucket by -MILWAUKEE, win."

The triumph stretched the Yanks' Garage boyst..nd from that date earning/: judges' decision over Development of Key Largo in look. alike the f OH,"said I, -the place
advantage to four. up ntil last night they (did ames. the classy Mario Santana in four which Key Largo City but on the inside where .w.a SCHLITZ beer made famous.

A revised line-up turned the lose anotherlgame. round contest that was packed propose to spend $20,000,000 blowouts start, they'are 'different showFirettonn.High wrllYaaltytat5 LET me have a bottle so I
trick, for Rogers Hornsby's St. .At :bat the leaders :"ClemuUvand I was announced this morning.! At "
were with action. Firestone Tires are made blowout- Spe.dlkM I tees CAN" find< out why.
Louis Browns, and they took )sa ; GritliD./wbo hit for a the same time it was announcedthat tJO23g.. HIGH SPEED TYPE
proof by a patented IN a moment he was back
Gum-Dipping
I Young Figueredo came out
tea-inning decision: from Philadelphia )- perfect: average Clements with 41 realty deal had been con-
,."2: to l.rto split the series1Bcrnettc'a two 'out of'two and Griffin with slowly' in. the. .opening round to summated whereby the City Prop- extra process which soak se v cry ./,:IVZI.IJI'n.J 'WITH a brown bottle
cord and insulates
I .
- t- double knocked in ;the/ i I three out of three. For the Army [ meet the tiger &h rushes of Pimpey erties purchased the holdings of cotton strand with pure liquid rubber.every j Made with the bih_ end of I WHICH he opened reverently

winning run., I Kohler and "Williams hit two i in Rojas and tied the Wild Bull in the Island Holding company on fact 100 of > rubber tad coctoa. >Acc-I: AND I tasted slowly.
pounds cotton
every Girni-Dipped cods balanced and rtfxUr
"Zeke Bohura's thirteenth home three tries. Key West for $1.500.000. Hold. .. RIGHT away I knew this was
we M boua
a clinch. As they broke Rojas cordsabsorbeightadditional piw9r.afeeblowoH
run with two men on base and In the field H. Griffin. Shep- I logs of the purchasing concern aite A beer of beers. .
Dippiap
landed the frst clean blow of the pounds of liquid ber.Thiss.pe a1 ptol.cHoa.Gsra u.2711"1;: ::: '
faulty Yielding by :Manager Joe ''
pard: John Walker. Sr. and No- now total 6,000 acres"with water 4snots.di.othethres. us IT alid down as smoothAS
Crcnin and Mel Almada of the evening and landed a swift right .process prevents internal faction '+.7s-1. si.ef ,
dine in
played big league stle. the Atlantic
Red' !Sox'= enabled the White Sox Score by innings: R. IL E. to the side of the face. Rojas made front Sound.on Garden Cove Ocean and Florida Largo and heat, the main cause of blow- ;,_, 4 -ass-ie::: L :;: ;: :ii::;s water over a dam.CERTAINLY :
,
I outs.No other make of tire is Gum- s.st u susSe.eou : makes a fellow
to beat the ,Bostonians. to 4, : :: : ::
Recreation 203 940 '4-22 16 7 an effort to follow up but Fig- Bay. Among tho e interested in the srs
and gain an even split! in the se Service _001 010 4-.-657, I besides R. C. Dipped yet you pay no more for FORGET the heat thought I,
.n company Perky G-.SIzoI'---'"
ueredo kept him with a left
away Firestone blowout-proof protection. ON my third bottle.
ries.The Batteries: J. Walker Jr. andC. I lice president of the company are
Chicago Cubs to to the face and a right to the The make of tires for
got away Griffin; Nodine. Jones Young, C. Bascom Slemp. former secretaryto you buy ,
a four-run lead,but ;were forced to I B...Powell and P. White. body. Rojas rushed Figueredo toa President Coolidge. Sellers the your car becomes a matter of vi tali $ sr
come from behind and 10 innings -I when realize that Wid.r, Adner "
go I corner and they clinched in a cabinet manufacturer and Hor- importance you ; Mad glees

before they defeated the Wednesday night the first game: strong hold. licks of malted milk fame. Silt is in 1934alone 43/300) accidUltJ-wa-e 1 j Naas o tunas taor. 7-45 ; ,a .

league-leader' New York Giants I will be played between the Lighthouse caused by blowouts, punctures and ao.+bWwq,
There wasn't much action in the to be pumped over the entire area'
10 to 9 .in a, free slugging con- I ten and Recreation boys in I skidding.
second round but what little clean to provide top soil so that vegeta-
that 30 hits including
ten! saw their play-off, to determine the "
Firestone High Speed Gum- !NEXT morning I was
three rattle off the bats I : there tion will grow quicklv. Golf course
in
homers champion team of the league. The hitting was, Rojas who
Tire hold all world records
bathing beaches' and other at- Dipped $ a non HOME and talking to
of the two teams. best two,ont of three games wins hu peculiar crouch, was the one road and track for safety,speed
Although: Paul Dean did not last I ithe tractions of A high claw! resort MY friend dealer.
honors. landed the blows. and ,endurance evidence that CENTURY
who
mileage undisputed **
long enough to retire: batter in t will be provided. "YOU keep Schlitz beer?
Figueredo dot the best of the Firestone Tires are not only blowout-proof but give PROGRESS TYPE
the first inning as the ,Brooklyn es' 1 asked.

Dodgers opened up with, a five-, LEAGUE ,STANDINGS third round when hemet the on- Tiger Tail Tribe 19 I. O. R. M., greatest protection against skidding. Eqal or(KMrior use,' "NOT loot." be My;
attack the'St. Louis Cardinalscame rushes of the Wild Bull with stfif o-called Fir* Gndc- -
run ,
"WE sell It.
for S tVLmc
have completed preparations p r or line of .
from behind to win a free, AMERICAN lefts and jarring right hand crosses THERE 'ARE THREE 'QUESTIONS AND I tan baih. recinilci* of "NEVER mind the "
LEAGUE an immenses torchlight parade to Jaa.ebnadorbwbn gags
rlugging\ contest. 12 to'1. DizzyDean'sbrotheryielded to the head and body. ANSWERS THAT 'WilL :SOLVE YOUR x what .
Club- W. I. Pit. be held on the nights of July 4. eld- race 1 said, just tdl me
four hit; to j in
They fought terms
I New York 38 22 .633 even One of the best bands in the city PROBLEM OF WHAT TIRES TO BUY 111$7.3.. I WIlY It's different."
including a homer by Linus Frey I the fourth and last round.In -
c.7Lle
Cleveland _._ 33 25 .569 7.7s .
will head the and after "
procession THE is simple,
and also walked 'a batter beforehe the 'semi-final bout Young iss.u.ea. f reason
II Chicago -.- 31 24 .564 the; parade will be in attendanceat "Will the tread give me the greatest traction and 550is s lIE .AII beer I
say-
was taken out. I Detroit ..._......._ 33 '27 .550 j I Fernandez surprised evrt-ybody the hall of the lodge Caroline 1 ?" t eawseresetarue
skidding i
on protection- gairut WHEN brewed contains
Cincinnati defeated the Phil-: ., .. but his brother Pie Traynor
Boston ...... ,. ;JO 31 .492! ,
4 lies. *-6"; -to '*; rfoV their third Washington *._.._" 27 33 .450 when be punched out a decision street. At the hall Joseph Roberts Recent tests by i leading University show that Firestone ENZYMES, a fancy name for
i will give an address on "Redman- High Speed Non-Skid Tires stop a car 15% quicker than any
Mario Santana beautiful CfrCF1ELD TYPE:
in
straight triumph. Philadelphia '_"._ 24 33 .421 over a other of the leading makes. SOMETHING nature pets
end be followed by Brother
former Detroit battle. The bout stole the show ship
Earl Whitehill.
St. Louis __ 18 .39 .316 INTO thing to ripen them.
For eight consecutive F"'HtoneTlre. have beenonthe
T. S. Caro who will have his yean '
the Washing and the fans their as
hurler now wearing : proved appreciation Ega1ors.perkesoan'ap.aa
winning car in the nlerout Pike's Peak Race where a ; band BUT Enzymes never know
ton livery labored for 13 hectic NATIONAL LEAGUE t of the fight by applauding subject' "Patriotism. skid means death.This o is undisputed evidence that Firestone ', for mu aiwibuion.or. wde WHEN to atop.

innings trying to beat his former Club-- W. I. Pet.. and yelling after each round. gives car owners greatest protection against skidding. edssm.wd witet e saa.u.ra'e h,

teammates only to have the New York ._&_ 39 16 .709 I Realizing it to be a short bout r Final plans and important business swum K-asss SO the trick It to catch an

Tigers fall on him in the four- St. Louis __._. 35 .25 .:;83 Young Fernandez tore out with J "Are blowout-proof!" c -ese.tl_ Nos APPLE era vat of beer at the

teenth inning for a !0 to 8 vic Chicago: __, ._._ 32 25 .561 I unusual speed in the first round will be discussed at a meetingto Firestone Gum-Dipped Tires have the most amazing $6 a J s M.wvsf 11 PEAK Of its mellow flavor..
Pittsburgh ___ 36 26 531 and met Santana in the center of be held tonight by Shriners in records for being blowout-proof of any lira ever bulls In be t ant s ei: II-
tory.The Scottish Rite hall at 8 o'clock. gruelling 500-Mile Race at Indianapolis,May 30th.every one of erw.n.swrv saw I
summaries: Brooklyn .--,_..__ 27 30 474 I I the ring with a wild swing to the Practically all is in readiness for the 33 cars was equipped with' Firestone Gum-Dipped Tires. 1 .
NATIONAL LEAGUE Cincinnati __.._.--.. 26 3-1 .433 I I body. Santana cool and calm as Kelly PetiUo] ,won'-the race and broke the record over this ,. a3f
the Shrine ceremonial on '
At Brooklyn R. H. E.St. Philadelphia 20 36 .357 ever took his time and peppered great 26-year-old rough bricktrack without tire trouble-in lacy I

Louis .._._.__12 18 2 Boston >_._..,_.. 17 40 .298.1 Fernandez with a left 'and -rightto /: July 4 to be held in celebrationof not one of the 33 drivers had tire trouble of any.kind. St TINEL TIP -

Brooklyn _..,._ .. 1 13, 3 the face. Cuso didn't'like this Independencec Day: Ab Jenkins drove Batteries P. Dean. P. Collins \ TODAY much and tore' at Mario witha Gam-Dipped Tires over the hot salt beds of Utah 3,000 miles Eq.rl a wpwiee to a.r
: CARIES very SCHLITZ have been doing It
in :231$ hours, at an average speed of 127.2 miles per hour nmathirpnredaw'
Heu J. Dean and Davis. De-: I two-fisted attack that had Santana Editorial comment: Folks who
!ser, with temperatures as high as 120, without tire trouble of any setl,. seas FOR generations.BUT .
lancey; Zachary. Leonard Mumu: AMERICAN LEAGUE :I backing away. In the sec- are intelligent enough to acquirea .kindThese arc Boost amazing proofs of blowout protection &ssslsy.e.4.45. now they do ItE'L'l

and Lopez Phelps.At i Washington at Detroit-Cop ond stanza the boys fought to large vocabulary should also ever known. 50, as.4, s,7s
I better with their
pola vs. Rowe pretty even terms. Going through be intelligent/: enough not to use lass otw "..rr .. secret
i I New York at Cleveland-Allen the third round with things still it. 3 ". ithout.S4ICTificing these ttvo' important safety PROCESS called
New York R. H. E.: '
vs. Harder. even. Fernandez came out strongat :features>vill ,they give me longer'"mileage thus PRECISE Enzyme Control
___,__10 13 0 ;
Chicago
: Only scheduled. making them the most economical tires I can buy?" WHICH scientific
games the bell and both boys pasted\ means
New York ..._-.._.._ 9 17 0 I Several hundred fight fans >got
'
Hen-! each other hard end willing in a Firestone-HighSpeed Tires not only give you more than REGULATION of
Batteries: Lee Kowalik. NATIONAL LEAGUE weak- their money's worth last night -50%longer war, but also lowest cost per mile..This o is o made
thaw: and Hartnett; ParmeTee Chicago at New York-Two close! milling./: Santana was when they caw four good fightsat possible by the tough wear-resisting tread built with higher COURIER.TYPE- TEMPERATURE;, timing

Chagnoii: Smith, Gabler and Mancuso. \. tamts-French vs. Castleman; ing fast and( pso was trying hard the Athletic Club with a knock- shoulders and'a -wider flatter contour. This thick tugged{ f For car owners who INGREDIENTS .
do'
for.a'kpo4Qut. 'Mario. however scientifically designed tread is held securely the Gum-Dipped I .a ,, es; '
*. Carlton vs. Hubbell out In the main event. This 'wasa c .AND means that every drop
holding his own. cord body by Firestone'spatented construction of two extra
Pittsburgh/: Boston-Birkofer I was The bell found both pounding real fight :'rom start to the finish layers of cords under the tread. This'is a special construction. y e. tJ.; d.t.... OF Sc:blitz is caught in a .

At Philadelphia R. II. E. vs. Macfayden. at each other with Cuso gettingthe when Baby Reyes put the Indian feature not used in any other tire. equaled mileage records e se-sL> teLII sac TOP of full ripeness.

Cincinnati _.._ 6 17 11 St. Louis at Brooklyn-Earn- best of the milling. Santanawas sign on Kid Fontanniar 'in the ,by tboasandsofafowaerssddandisputednideoceoftbelonger.e7 ACED for month and its
I wear and greater economy of Firestone High Speed Tees ,
Philadelphia' ..._*_ 472Batteries I shaw vs. Walker.CnUumati dissatisfied' \ ,with'the decision beginning of the ffth round of 'FLAVOR protected by the

: I Sfbqtt. Hermann at PhiladelphiaFreitaaVva. meet the scheduled six round main BROWN BouIetlLIlfl."'
an,4i35ued{ a ;cjialenge! : to !
Nelson! acid'Campbell l Davis, Bi- I Johnson.Today .'. Thechallenge : Cheta SAVE :ON AUTO :SUPPLIES
; I I Fernandez in two weeks time. event. In the preliminaries I SAVE.UP 'TO20 2 i'!
\'in. Tetzullo Jorgeivs and Todd. i... was accepted. Baker finished Kid Hayes by beating -
.. ...G 9..ee.... '
i t : Kid Cyclone, of Miami won a him all the way through Edward ON A CAR,RADIO :.:

Pittsburgh ; Boston, played In History i I I: referee's .decision over Kid Wilk- Cruz won on points from B EtIti1K BAt tER1ES ,fiBRE i Ffrrer.,!'u.is i w J.I.a wed '

firmer date. .............e.e. II erson in the first preliminary and Roy Everett and Kid Gorman took Ntowas 0 Wd SEAT COVERS; i,I diraribariaratafeabeelewwitwp.aibk :'
Tiger Kid shaded honors i with "JOld S : '
the Tampa the in is scrap S 'Firerioa''smrm.WAml
I :;.31-'The Coiifes- 1
Augsburg peas
.. AMERICAN LEAGUE ,!. 4 I Young Garcia in another four Man." ;y.r ; I .
.n--creed of the i.iti.cran: i+" I ETUDE SET

Boston At Chicago.......:.....___...._ R.493 II. E. Cntrch denominations: first of to the Protestant foim.j .rounder. i I Key Wen Temple "20, Pythian e ;TIt''i- ; I''tw., 99S .'

Chicago/: ............._......... 6 11 21|(j reEd before the Diet assume of Aug burg I' LEGAlSiv Sisters will :.iegin practice this 61tDLN10 SPAIX PLUGS J'

Batteries: Rhode. Grove and:]I evening for the play 'whch the i1 Them is O. Dr.aCht
Germany.
R. Ferrell; Phelps' !' and Shea. J TIIF cor) FOR>TT M01BOB jrncrr('Ot cornr TY I lodge will present during the first Il Vt. j8 C dn.i.a..ab.acoolerfora..ee Tbe, ere end, I :6 TUK ::1:1d.I.
I\ AI h and
I
7S _
j t! .... FROBVTB.NOTICE MM' CI.coa tS .f
I
IN week in July. The exact date has with ears I t 39'ft1, .
.f :::51E=::5 ;
At. St. Louis R. II. F. 1744-First Conferenw". of In re Estate SEAT I not been decided rron.Mr :, "BroWil

Philadelphia '-"......",..- 1 'l 1 I.'six' Methodist preacher me: in I I IDA FLEITAS.M" t Y

St Louis ..........___.___u 2 9 0 London at the invitation of \Ves-* TO CREDITORSTo I ., and ifrs. Vincent' McDermott l d Usti.. WeSMtfeflflM acct aaabte. 1i [ BeUle8fii1r.
TU.E
Batteries' : Mahaffey and Richards -! ley. all claims creditor or and demands all pjrsona hating -t were hots: to a party of Sfc I tea Vbn.. Ski .1T .=L 7 I
5j
I I.pta.du1 Duet.t tun i
Estate:
'Thomas and Hemsley. aid
; I You and each of you. are herebynotified friends inn' South Beach last nightt.Every Cusps. Caps r

1876-Battle of Big/: 'nc.rn.1'I I and required to present any I ono: attending had a wonderful j I r i.
demand which you, or .
and
Detroit R. II. E. claims rt '
At
Mont., historic Indian figh at|I I either of you may have against the time. e t
Washington! .".j.; .:.,.- --f.8 15 2] which Custer' was killed.i87&.Alexander' i I estate of Ida Sear Fleltaa. deceased s
Detroit' ........_..._.._ 9 '15 3, late of Monroe Cotinty Florida, to ............... ........ -
Batteries: Whitehill and Bolton;. '' Judge the Honorable of Monroe Hugh County Gunn.Florida County, Today's Horoscope ,

Bridge' Auker and Hayworth. Graham Bell' at his office la the County Courthouse -

j telephone'although invented and .within In eight Monroe calendar County.month Florida from ....................... 11

At Cleveland R. It. F.. perfected little thought of until 'the date of the first publication demands 1. The native of today will have 1;

... .. !9 the visiting Emperor Dom Pedro hereof. Said, claims -or I j
New York .. 4 1 shall N in writing and J Cleveland .... ...... _._ 180 I of Brtxil called attention of *ot'i i BIt place of residence and post office I much effort will be needed to control I t
Batteries .Tamulis. .and Dickey i tilts to its exhibition at the Philadelphia address -of the claimant and shallbe I j
; sworn to*>y the claimant his them. If other aspects favors,I lass a.y-WPir nM-fwnsSLln .i1
Lee and' Phillips. It Exposition. agent or attorney there is indication of a very -nc- Sweaba.rMw.naSe-mir-Meadse.M E.G-:;; 'VEAP NMw.iPAUL'S
All each claim and demand not
filed within tile time and In the cessfnl life. ome accumulation of

RECOVERS PIN 1918-Americans clear Belleao i manner prescribed herein shall be wealth,and considerable notoriety TIRE SHOP TIN Raewl7.atMade3HIwawkee
'I' void
I Woods France. ,. tin t" the.t> Sayoof ,June JL. XX If of the female-acx, the fortune Forma.ri.q .
BROOKLINE, Mass.-A note u*** will be better; but men do well to It Nrce.5Cat.trZ5..wtae

pinned to a post near her home in i Admlalatrater.of:J. FRANK\ the FLETTAS.A Estate .of exercUe: extreme caution in their RAYMOND'CURRY, Manager eo.rsav.

this city, resulted in the recovery, 1929--President Hoover; proclaims I Ida sear Fleitas, deceased.' I dealings''with the opposite sex ] FLEMING iAND'GRlNNEl1L STS. ''PHONE 65. ..ACU*. VIS.
W. CORRTJiAKRIS.Attorney
of Boulder Dam project in ef i .
by Mrs.\ lIan' y Cushing a pig I : ,, for.Administrator. < .- I
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PAGE FOUR THE KEY WEST CITIZEN
TUESDAY, JUNE 25, 19J.


eeaeeeeeee.................eeeeeeeeeeeee.eeeeeeea. eeeaeeee.e.eaeae.e.eeee ,
eeeeeaaeeae.aaeeeaeaaaaeeaeeeee..e.ee.ee..e..a. sister Mr. and Mrs. A. Einhorn

I ENEMfSK1SS CLASSIFIED PERSONAL MENTIONeee.aaaaaeaeaaeeae.eeae.a.eaa.eaeeeeeoeooe.e I left yesterday Miami and from
.. !'
SOCIETY there will) po to her home lit
:-: :-: COLUMN a..a Tampa.

---- Mrs. Will Lord and children
leeeeeeaeeeaeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeelee ,. by Mrs. Albury daughter Miss
SYNOPSIS r AUO Rate sea But Alison spoke to her father. ........................ Gilbert and Lob left on the aft-1 Barbara and son Leander.
nloytm*b / htr. ( pmolkcrtfr "Do I ernoon train yesterday for Miami I
: tnbtixr :::latter' Hatement you think ought to go to the Enjoyable Birthday Party Last PERSONAL _
tae JLli oTi rind, Ovy WHt_, police where she will spend a vacation
'-h rwU* lie .' v. a yftyricta with friends. Anthony Albury left on the
e/ tfBOtotM; AUfon hoes::ttia* Guv"love nam alai oJ.4Luwdey his Robert chin. was troubled now,robbing Ni>Honoring Margaret White ,STOMACH ULCER,-GAS PAINS :I afternoon train yesterday for Summer Specialon l

.._,* eke w<21 cot ace Urn aff..... -- I INDIGESTION victims, why Miami where he will spend a chile '!
New she *... teamed fromMtcsyaxr the "1 suppose you ought to," he ad. I suffer? For quick relief get a Mrs. Bennie Russell left on the: with 1
I relatives.
that murder had tee* and enjoyable Dorothy Parks Erma Finder '
a A delightful I
mitted. "It you're absolutely certain. very afternoon train
for
done <. the lonely'PUSH horn I free sample of Udga, a doctor'sprescription yesterday a I FORDSAll
rcen4 d msitMdo ." birthday party was given last Phyllis Aspinal Annice Smith -
where she was from a < at Gardner's visit with relatives in Miami accompanied i
.
,.*.... ar Ow. And the in Miss ? Claudia Lilla Alberta :
night hinor of IargaretWhite's Albury Gomez William P.. '
_a ..(o*,* t. Dp paws Svntra. 1 cant be certain of course.- Pharmacy. by Miss Irma Frow. I Porter. pre dent of'
'IM tecna* 4Uatkcr. is Mrry. fourteenth anniversary at her Una Mae Brady, Rose Mary -
It-the description 1 mean. 10-llx yesterday afternoon for a visit in
"1 suppose yon must go to the home. |i'Kelly, Roberta Buckley Edith Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Solomon of II Miami. I.j i

b'1!:f r police admitted her father glumly The premises were beautifully,:Singleton, Dorothy Mae Dungan, 922 Eaton street left this morning I --..:...- EnCine T _d Up $ 2.00

DAPHNE INTERFERES "Bob!" decorated in various colors in Lelandette Roberts MargueritePage SMALL WHITE PUPPY on United over the highway for a trip up I t Brake Adjustment 1.00
Mrs. Fra1lk
/-">UY had-lied when be told her It was Daphne who cut quickly; 1 I carrying out the color scheme! Sarah McManaway, houseguest Street Phone 323-W. the state; as far as Jacksonville. the guest for "Iontinert a few days who of was Mr. Wheel Alignment .. .75

VJ she looked almost entry as she faced I flowers fern and other decorations -' Dorothy Johnson. Phyllis' jun25-3t I They will also motor through many.
th&tJ1ah&me.u! Westurn.that 0 and Mrs A. F. Ajrala. left yester- 'He.i Light. ... J60
Fr
hewas *fl. archltect-: bad no.. tied him. "Bob you're mad!" -. j j[ adding to the beauty of the Richardson. t I II I Eections on the west coast before day afternoon for her home in Crease Zerk .7%
l, scene. I Alfred Baker, Merritte Baker. BLUE PARASOL, with initials returning home. I Fitting I
about the jcar as well? -Had ,the "What'd you mean! He lookedup I Miami. t
whole story of his stroll past the startled. II I (Delicious refreshments, consist-' Kermite Richardson Hermie I "T. B." on handle Saturday, I .Ia Replenish. Fl.id i. SIat.Ab.orben .

bongs been made op and had his "Yon can't seriously suggest tbat I ing of ice cream and cake and Knight Newell Finder Gerald i June 22, at :Monroe Theater. Mrs. Benjamin Demeritt and' ;' _.. ...__.__-0: .....60 '

CU been parked all the time a few the child should get herself mixedup other delicacies were served and Pinder Billy Lon. George Carey,'I Reward if returned to 514 son Ray of Francis street left Miss Betty Rosenthal who was Clean Fact Pump "_"n'" 4>0

hundred yards from the house T The In a case like this!" all attending expressed themselvesas Malcolm Sawyer Joseph Richard. I Margaret street. jur.25: on the S. S. Cuba last night for visiting her brother in- law and'For Check Clutch and Pedal

car which could. have taken them But she Is mixed up In It!" I I having thoroughly enjoyed the son, George Manson, C. Allen, Tampa where they will spend a Movement .... 00.,.... ,60

both Into Warle,. "I know. But you can't want her many pleasures of the evening's Jack Saunders, Lester Johnson,{I SALESMEN WANTED few weeks visiting with Mrs. Mae Labriote Front Wheel

,Now that she looked back Alison to attend the Inquest and tell the festivities. Donald Barber George Sawyer [ Ortiz and other relatives. Bearing ................. .65
whole world all the ,.that she .1 SALE
remembered too clearly that be had papers 'I Those present were: "!. Howard Earl McDonald, Sidney LIFE PROTECTION-Large list
been anxious that she should spent the night at Warier with a Tighten Body Bolt.1.00
very I
Rosalie Aritas. Helen Archer,' Mathews, Herbert Boyden. Doyle of prospects waiting. Want cap
not walk to Wariey and tell heratofJ' man!" '! Mrs. C. S. Elbertson accom- Check Distributor ,.1. 1.90
I Florence Roberts Virginia Black- Smith Robert Smith Roland Rob- able aggressive representativesin I I ; 00
to the police. Alison gave a little gasp. Robert 1'o paned by her son Cornelius!, were WEDNESDAY ONLY
well, Ruth Baker, Louise Niles, erts., Key West And adjacent cities.!

Slowly., painfully, she recalled said crossly "Really, Daphne- _. Liberal eomm ,ions. 501 Hilde-I arrivals in Key Wet recently over I Total ..._....... .. ... ..$10.25
But Mrs.Sumers stood her ground."Don't Full Size Box
--- and will Spring
the fram Tampa
each Incident of their strange meet brandt Bldg. Jacksonville Fla. highway
,
that Is what
tag; With her suspicions awake, she yon see Just I spend! a while visiting here. Inner Spring Mattress
jun243txWANTED
people would think? We know her Miss Violet Kemp Becomes PARTS EXTRA
could see that his tale of a midnight
story's true but who In the world II Single Studio Couch
troll. on a wet night was pitifullythin. would believe It was, when the public Bride Of William! AlburyIn Lionel Plummer, disbursing: officer all for
Twin Studio Bed $5.00TrevoTOorris
bad done with It?" She drew a, for the lighthouse department and

But why had he lied? Why hadn't deep breath ..coleeel.1 could at .' i SHELL QUOTATIONS DIRECT who left last week for a Mattress

a* said right out that his car was post be angry .with yon. Bob. form I the presence of members of, as the couple entered. the par- FROM COLLECTOR, shipped few days in Miami 'accompanied I Two Full' Size M ttressesBELOYVUWHOLE&ALE
.
hand ,only a few yards ?
at
away t
VVs It,Because he was afraid thatmlgkS t f kogsestlng! m"! t e immediate families in the !or. fob. Heart Clam Panama Fight. by Mrstanymjrr: <.iy tu'.rn ''' vellte .
-H '-" 'Erat for once Rede was obstinate. j I| Mrs. Albury is the charming day. Mrs. Flu i remained i or J *.
Conch Pink Conch miner
g1v4! jlim away! : l"This me of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Mc-J ing etc., I i I. PRICES
is a murder. case Daphne. j|: and accomplished daughter of Mr. and Shell!! Lamps. Turner Mfg. a stay with 8 \
-Aad now all la a rush came back roo can't monkey with evidence In outhard street, fJl. Jrh.:
'|: and Mrs William Kemp and has Co., Ventnor N. J. jun21-6U I I
details ;tq reinforce. fears The a murder. If Alison knows anything le bf the Wil-: Sun Mattress
nn n : groom, | a vide circle of friends anting' the rittmran.inaWger Co. ,
tel'llWle-ia.t.&had,.lh WD...DO&our she ought to say so." T. II. of the -Sunontor C | Street
priift when she got no I.Dlweri! Had "But we'don't know,she does! Lanr-Jv Albury and Miss Violet younger social set. Sir Albury is FOR REN1 Southern $efjg11(: !h.rt. >. ,and I 609 Duval Street

be Jiimself cut off the telephone T They.:ha vent found out everything, ,Kemp were joined in,holy wedlock -o a son of George Albury prom- Telegraph' company and' Mrs.]1

She'recalled that they. had gone yet." argued Mrs. Burners. "Why. j I j I l ;y yesterday, Rev. Shuler, inent in business circles at Taver- I"ittmii.h: \ (; tferc"lA Miami for .
:Peele of,Fleming Street church nier and lAlbury.. lIe is BICYCLES-WE RENT by the I .' 4
engaged _
at they aren't certain what date
his even
suggestion to the drawing j the week' end. returned over the! ----- --- -- --- .o
Tool' shehad sat waiting at the the poor man was killed. j jT officiating. j ji I in business'and is recognized Hour Day or Week. Repairall I East! Coast yesterday. 1
makes them with
and paint
desk while she dialled and had let The bride was attended by as a substantial member of I

her eyes. stray down It,thinking thatIt HEY say. the night of the 25th" j j Mrs. Edward Cruz matron of the ever growing key city. Nu-EnameL We carry a full
was agl,.. But surely the drawers Alison's voice was toneless. I honor and little Sarah Bertha' After the ceremony the newlyweds supply of parts. Agent for the I I Miss Ilecn Williams director of

had been shut then? And Guy bin They. say. they want to see a man Lowe, was an attractive and accompanied by TnemW-s of Rollfast and Dayton Bicycles. the housing department: of the I i Hotel Leamington"Miami's

elf had grown red when he told ber whose car was near the house that dainty flower girL The groom was the family and friends went to FERA left yesterday afternoon I
about the burglary! night. corrected Daphne sharply. attended by Edward Johnson his the Florida East Coast! Railway And sell them as low as $S.OIi for Jacksonville! to confer with

'He himself only yesterday, bad "They don't say' It happened that cousin, as best man. Miss Ruth station and entrained for their! down and $1.00 per week. We officials and attend to other matters .!:

aid that he had stopped her cry' Incase :night. It couldn't have Why. 'the Albury played the wedding march honeymoon in Miami. Buy and Sell all makes of used pertinent to housing activities.Mr. Most Popular HolerN.
.
found In the cellar and the Bicycles. Phone 276. J. R. I
body was
someone should hear! On his : j -
E.
1st Street
own confession then he Had known I removers were In there next day take ----- Stowers company 615 Duval and Mrs. Q. Morgan and i j at Biscayne Boulevard

that there was someone else in the ing out my. furniture." Arrange For ;,'featured. Among the compositions street. apr9-tf daughter ,M1s"'Uelen, who were I Overlooking Bayfront Park and Biscayne Bay

!house, before she told him of her "Were they!" It was a cry of I 'jI i. will be Garden of Happiness, in Key West for a few days left Opposite Union Bus Station
fright! And he had been afraid that sheer relief that broke fron. Alison. Melody Hoar ''Love's COTTAGE FOR RENT-Com- esterday for Miami and after a

other person might know that be Daphne looked at her curiously. ]I| __ Old Sweet Song, Trees', pletely furnished with linens! stay of one week will go to Jack 0 One Block from Shopping District

iras in the house! "Yes. I(I Thursday night at 8 o'clock the Sylvia, The Angel's'Serenade and and new Frigidaire. Apply 625 sonville. : And Amusements

True they had searched togetherbut "That's true. agreed Robert. i|I sixth Key West Melody Hour will other numbers.t Division street. jun20-lwk
not all the house There had Daphne drove home her adran-I i I LOWEST RATES EVER QUOTED
1 j be presented in the Colonial Vocal and violin solos and trios PIANO TUNING George Albury and SOIl Charles,

been a moment when she was In the tage."I HoteL I will delightfully intersperse the of Tavernier 'who were in Key I Single Room with Bath .. .... ....__.....___. $1.50
bathroom alone and Guy had gone think at least we might! walt. Old and Will be
up to the attic. she pleaded plaintively now."If you new songs program PIANO TUNER Laureano Mo- West'! for the wedding of Mr. AI- Double Room with Bath __?.,..-,, 2.00

won't consider the Excellent: piano for sale bury's son William and Miss
True he had put Gaffe on her bed child. Bob. yon reno.
to guard ber through the night: she I might! consider me! It there's an In- aeeeeesea..aace..se.e.ee'I'oday's Senate's Sergeant at Arms, born cheap. 1018 Division street. Violet Kemp left yesterday for I ALFRED SIMONS, Manager'

had thought that particularly nice quest and Alison was called we
of anxious i should have to wait here In England Birthdays l at Waco, Tex., 58 years ago. I'.
him.to be so for her safety : : __.::.!_ .
Ifd upset all our plans.1"I -
and comfort. But suppose that a e e a a e e a a a e a o n e e a.a a a a
he was only. anxious to see that she don't see why" Alison was almost j Dr. Edward J. von K. Menge oi
Jesse I. Straus of New York
did not move without his knowledge cheerful again. Fond du Lac, Wis., celebrated -s.
spy on what be was doing below? "Of course It would. My dear girl. City Ambassador to France bornin 'jun24lmoFIRMS
pschobiologist born there, 53 years
Whafve you got there?" 'we couldn't leave yon here aloneto New York, 63 years ago. --
AUson Jerked ,round to find! face that!" Daphne sounded ago.

Daphne looking over her shoulder shocked. "No. It yon Insist on her

for a moment she thought that going to the police Bob.there's nothing Maj. Gen. Leon B. Kromer U. Dr. John H. Quayle of Cleveland .

Daphne was laughing but the rUnt. for It. We must put off our wed S. A., chief of cavalry, born at: Madison
noted surgeon born at -..
f If'there was a glint id thoee dark: ding. But I do think It'd be more Grand Rapids, Mich., 59 years ago. I :
'
eyes. vanished at oncev : Ii'> sensible to walt'a little while any'way 0., 61 years ago. ,
Who Rush To Give You Service-Patronize Them
"You've seen thIs? and see what happens. She I "
Dr. Waldo L. Schmitt of the U.: /
Daphne nodded. cant tell them anything except that I The lighthouse on Ocracoke I ...
S. National :
"Oh. yes. Bob showed me before she saw this man In the house and Museum, zoologist island off the North Carolina
I
dinner. He was going to tell yon. but someone. else may. come forward to born in Washington D. C., 43 p coast, is said to be the oldest in

I wouldn't let him. Rather ghastly Identify him without letting Alison's years ago.Chesley. the .United. States still in active

Isn't it? I mean to happen In one's name get mixed up In It at all!" service.I AMERICAN COFFEENow ROSESFLORAL

own house. At least,. it Isn't mine Robert bent and kissed her fondly. W. Jurney the U. S. JOHN C. PARK THIS SPACE
now,thank Heaven! A.I 1 was saying "Yon know you're always right." Offered in 3 Grades,

..tQ.70ur father it's a good thing I I he said. "She's marvelous Isn't she. I MONROE THEATER 1 PIECES A

completed the sale and bad their Alison? Such a lot of sense tucked checksMALARIA Maurice Chevalier and Jeanette 328 SIMONTON ST. STAR tt 2Sc;

check." Into that little head!" McDonald in LARGO, Ib 18c; SPECIALTY
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:DAPHNE was. chattering light- would have laughed at anything in 3 daysCOLDS -also- 1 PLUMBINGDURO
now. "Lucky for me agreed with anyone at that moment. THE CASE OF THE Buy It At Your Local PLANTS and VINES

that the poor creature didn't get she was so filled with relief. What. Lipid. BRIDE Grocery Store
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found a little earlier before the sale ever motive Guy had had for his lies, day. .
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hacked".'LalgueeL" or, they might.have It was not that one! At least he bad ..' .Ihq.TONIC ud LAXATIVE 15-20e; Nights 15-25e PUMPS Roasted.in!:'Key'West by SOUTH FLORIDANURSERY'
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on." Robert put down his coffee cup : -
Jo .,ba,. ,a ghost!" chaffedDaphneV fussily. consulting his watch. aV I II PHONE 348 256
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they took it o1'8r.1 mlght've chargedthem I t4li
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"They seem to think It happenedon and get on your coat. Alison. Where I ,

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night yon were "In the telephone room." Daphne I l Yellowtail Steak 2 Ii'.. 35c Offices 319 Dural Street
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to the theatre sir.
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