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 26, 1935
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
daily[ former <1908-1909>]
daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358017
oclc - 02701762
notis - ABZ6317
lccn - sn 83016244
System ID: UF00048666:00051
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a Associated Service.Press Day Wire'> : Key_West Florida,_has the

For Best 65 Interests Years Devoted of Key West to the tp country; with *an average

I range ofony 14 Fahrenheit



: Industry Shows Gain i With- RIVAS TO BE REFUSES REMOVED Mayor Malone Makes Known 1'Commerce Specialists Now See Trade'RevivalMewExportImport

Labor T Troubles l Decline '/? PROPOSITION Charges Against Rivas And ;- Ratio

..1".I'I'I4TI'III.I. OTHERS INVOLVED ,IN RECENT 1 Two Other Police Officers t. -

Much Friction Between'RASKINS CAPTURES INCIDENT WRITE I ASSISTANCE TO ..iTil"l"'ll'VISITORS I Experts Looking: Toward

Two Groups With Very COMMUNICATIONS P E R- LAND Second Half Of
BEAUTIFUL TARPONOn I What are the charges 15 bottles of the brandy. Seven I MANY SPECIMENS .

Little Disaster Following -I TAINING TO MATTER jugs of Bacardi and nine bottles
I against Captain of Police With Of
I Hopes
of short.
of the largestand i brandy FEDERAL LOANS
I f I Dr. V. M. Johnson path.
IncidentsBy mot beautiful tarpon taken Everett Rivas and OfficersRex i The mayor charges that the I II I ologist with the Good Samaritan .

in these water wa caught Captain Everett Rivas removed |captain of police made no charges I hospital at West ProsperityBy
this morning oa a hand line Shaw and Bienvenido against Leon or any other in-'
EXPERT SERVICE Palm Beach, who. with Robert
yesterday by order of Mayor Wm. dividual but advised the police
by Leo Haskins, employe of 'I
Perez Mayor\ William Kleiser were guests at the
the West justice tc. issue a John Doe warrant -
H. of
tOr Awm-lalnl rrer.>>> Malone refuses to be removed Dr. Johnson'a
Hackies was fishing Malone\ was asked by The saying that he did not knowi CBF Ase.eiated Presa>)>
WASHINGTON. June 26_A: I OFFICES parent. Mr. and Mrs. V. A.
from the westerly end of the from office and tells the the party who was in possession Johnson returned yesterdaywith WASHINGTON J... 26.-Theincreasing
relatively Half-year! Mallory pier when he booked Citizen this morning. In reply -, of the liquor, "when in fact and MINISTRATIONI
prosperous addre..1 Mr. Kleiser from a fish
I I the silver king. The fish this si a communication I truth he knew that Martin Leon ratio of imports to exports -
the handed ing to .
the trip
rounded industry and labor head; made five leaps and dislodged mayor ,I was the person in possession of
ed to the mayor, a copy of whichwas I I I doctor said they bad a is viewed by the government
I the hook from his charges to the the liquor" and from whom the
as presented
into the laat six-month I I Key Westers desiring to obtain most wonderful time and
atretch'I I mouth lAs given The Citizen, and another I (! captain and other officers had J commerce specialists as probablythe
I city council in special session i a loan from the Federal Housing caught many fish including
taken it.
1935 toward eventualities the, he fell Mr. Haskias was I
council. tarpon. They carried most significant
I pulling in the line. The hook to I 'I I It is also set forth in the Department for construction of a developmentso
yesterday. kite and other to the
measure and scope of which their caught the fish under the Acknowledging. receipt of a let- charges( that the captain of police! bome; or to'refinance a mortgage Minute paraphernalia up for far this year in the trade of
fin the In them it is set forth thaton has no authority to seize and take'pinto '; are offered the service
leader can only I guess.The j I large on left side aid ter and copy of the charges preferred expert Iof scientific fishing Asked aboutkite
the United
States with the
after a straggle lasting 30 I his possession any liquor being -: J. R. Click who arrived in Key .' world.
fishing Dr. Johnson said
Captain Rivas writes: "In the night of June '20
historic friction betweenthe transported in the city of Key West. today. '
was landed. that is the only method t. be For the four months ending
two great groups has been for! The' tarpon was 6 feet 5J4 acknowledging receipt of your Captain Rivas and two officers -j I West transportation of liquor Mr. Click "will maintain'!' ''officesin "5 vied in angling if the angler

the moat part free of disastrous I incites long and weighed 146'" communication I wish to add that 'I I hot being against the laws of the the Key' West '''Administration ,I' '",. .t. to be really successfuL April 30, the excess value of ...

upheavals; and although there I pound. jHEll. \ you are without legal authority to Shaw and Perez seizedon city j''headquarters' and appointments Mr. Kleiser, who is proprietor ports over imports was only $20,.
i j The mayor shows in his com-]|can be made with him after 9 a. '
of Kleiser's
I suspend me from pubblic office Trumbo t' Sport
has been plenty of controversy, Island 27 one-
1'.4T1" 1.l111I I munication to the council that his m. tomorrow. 8S3.0OO compared with an excess -
t Shop at West Palm Beach
shall continue
and I to exercise
strikes have been numerically at: gallon demijohns of Bacardirum reasons for dismissing Officers' Assistance in filling out applications left .
yesterday afternoon for
a low point, as well as far less'I JACKSON my official duties as captain of 'I Shaw and Perez are the same as will be given by Mr. Click his home.MELODY. of $132,250,000 ia th. cor.
night poice until the expirationof and 24 bottles of Do-: for the removal of the captain. j who was sent to Key West by
severe than in the preceding year. responding period of 1934.
Collapse Of NRA I I my term of office or sooner brandy. This liquorwas I! Asked if Martin' Leon had ever Frank C. Ililson district director, 1" II' A
GETS ASSIGNMENT lawfully removed therefrom by mecq :' been tried on the charges he said as a special consideration for Key !Moreover in April imports ex.

With the supreme court'sinvalIidaLion taken from an auto-, that he had had Leon brought to West. ceeded exports for the first time

of the. NRA codes, on I ABOARDFLAGSHIP I the proper source of official legal j| his office and asked him what had 1\:... Hilson and his assistant A. HOUR TO since August, 1933, the peak of

which a huge new framework of authority having jurisdiction and mobile operated by Martini happened. From him he got the B.'tier' were in Key West last

industrial law had been founded lawful right to act in the story i and was told that he, Leon v k for a conference with M. E. BE PRESENTED ON the import movement which set in
Leon. He was not placed
ises." xEVERETT prem-j I had reported to police court as C ind, administrator and Wil- directly after the suspension of

only to be destroyed-both sides 1 TO BECOME AIDE AND FLAG R. under arrest but was ordered -1! instructed by the captain but on lu i R. Porter, representative of gold payments by the United

suddenly faced an economic, worldin Captain of Night Police of the t 1 I| his arrival had been told to go,' thq federal housing department in THURSDAY NIGHT States.
which the old rules which!I City of Key West. Florida. to appear before police which he did. I Key West. It was at this con- This trend toward a better bal

governed for two years held fast!1 I' RICHARDSON ON U. S. S. Another. communication i is ad. court the next afternoon. I Mr. Malone said in conclusionof ference that Mr. Hilson announcdhis ance between and
our imports ex-
!! the interview he felt that city intentions of Mr. Click
sending '
no more. The court's decision was dressed to the members of city EXCELLENT PROGRAM ARRANGED ports is regarded
SAN FRANCISCO council, copy to. the mayor, advising -e I, The major portion of the liquor council will support him in his( here so that applications of Key I development as an advocate encouraging of-
received with mixed emotions. of the receipt of the was turned over to Chief Ivan removal of the captain and dis-, Westers might be properly made FOR OU'1'5TAND.1 revival.by
foreign trade
Organized labor sorrowed and mayor's charges ."wherein he I Elwood.: who received 20 one-gal- missal of the officers, Shaw and out in order that there will be no
made gloomy prediction of wide- Lieutenant W. B. Jackson U. attempted to suspend me from lon demijohns of Bacardi rum and Perez. I delay in obtaining prompt actionon ING MUSICAL EVENT TO BE The Gold Situation

spread strikes if wage and hour public office ss Captain of the I ._- the requests for loans.If GIVEN AT COLONIAL HOTEL: Outstanding foreign trade development
advantages under the NRA were S. N., for the past two years communication Night Police of the* City of Key an applicant qualifies, for a in 1934 was the expan-

taken away by employers; some'I officer .in charge atligy.lVastiIavaLStation West", a copy of which: was sent I TEN MILLS FORSCHOOLS [JUNIOR SWIMMING\ .1 loan for a home the Key West administration + sion in the United States' mer-
leaders in industry regretted the to the counciL ] will lend the service chandise export balance to the
at 8 ..*he sixthKeY.
v Thursday .. m
r esa It;t>t herhaileditaaafeorn. "f ___: Mrs. Advising that lie/ 'denies tin of its architects in preparing plans Hoar largestdollar total} fe1738
Labor making no attempt to Jackson and daughter Nancy. are legal right and authority 'Of the VORED 'MEET IS PLANNED and specifications. Such drawingswill West Melody will be:I; While the m.erehandise'uport net
conceal its readniesa to use its I I mayor to suspend Jiim he advises be given approval due to the presented in the Colonial Hotel! balance was close to a half billion

economic and political strength if making arrangements to leave ina that he has enclosed a copy of his fact that the administration is under the direction of Commodore dollars, net imports of gold ex-

necessary began placing even I I letter to Mr. he writes: TRUSTEES ALSO SELECTED''I EVENTS TO TAKE PLACE ON federal agency.It al Matho Fridericus von Mietk-Liuba,I I ceeded a billion dollars.
more emphasis on its demands for I few days for Puget Sound, "In the event that iIam legally incorrect is hoped by Mr. Gilfond H. D. W. Commerce experts immediately

passage of such measures as the Washington. in my position in*this mat I AT ELECTION HELD i iI THURSDAY AT BAYVIEW as many Key Westers as possiblewill pointed out that such a situation
Wagner labor disputes bill the' ter. I request everY lawful right take advantage of this special A program of songs, old and j I j could not continue indefinitely

30-hour week bill social security Arriving there Lieutenant Jack- guaranteed or accorded to me un- YESTERDAY. I PARK POOL consideration that has, been new will be featured upon re{I because there are limits to the

legislation and the Guffey coal son will report to the U. S.,S. San der the provisions of the city I j shown Key West. Mr. Click will quest. In the fifth Melody Hour capacity* Af.foreign countries to
stabilization bill. I laws the of remain here as long his pay in ,fcoldf ahd silver for good
about 1. charter and of city I as services voice was. introduced with great
A Vital Point: 7-A Francisco on or August Key West. Below ii shown the result in i iI j I Junior Key West swimmers and are needed.It I They said that unless..mer handis4
The :Wagner measure was declared as aide and flag secretary to Ad- "If it is lawful for your I Ii I divers will compete in a junior is hoped that prospectivehome success. On Thursday Mrs. imports expanded, or appropriate1

necessary by labor leaders' miral J. O. Richardson, whp will able body to take I Key West of the biennial election swim meet to be held Thursday builders desiring to take advantage E. Berkowitz soprano, will be adjustment wefe made in serviceor

before the death of NRA, in part! hoist his flag as commander of official action in the honor-I i in Special School Tax District!I I afternoon in the swimming poolat of the attractive inducements the vocal soloibt. Her selectionswill 1 capital items, the United States:

because of the long controversy i jthe Heavy Cruiser Division Num- :further request that I II I view Park.Registration offered by the governmentto include the beautiful "Trees"j I could not hope to increase and
Say ,
over the meaning of section 7-A ber C,' about August 1. opportunity be allowed me for i Number 1, Monroe county held ; obtain funds for constructionof and "Love Sends a Little Gift of i iRoses" ,: perhaps not even to maintain its

of the recovery act-that guaranteeing -I Lieutenant Wiliiam Klaus U. S.IN. due preparation of my defense in I I yesterday in Key West. Only tax- I must be placed a home will present their ap- with accompaniments by export business.
the right to bargain col- this matter." I with supervisors at Bayview Park,' plications immediately in order Miss Alee Curry. j I While this year's trend to a

lectively. ., recently communication offi Very Respectfully! Submitted i payers on real or personal property of M. V. Plant at Coral Isle Ca- that as much building as possible The Curry-Yates Trio will sing reduction: in the excess of txport.
on the U. S. S. Wyoming has e EVERETT R. RIVAS. I might get under before the i over imports Is regarded as a
Differences as to the section'sinterpretation sino not later than 4 p. m. of the way ,a number of vocal selections!
been appointed as relief officer Captain of Night PoliC'e.Key I were permitted to vote. winter season. healthy sign in the long1 range
were many duringthe among them "Calm as the Night"and ,
Afternoon of the match. The first '
at West. lie is considered
first part of the year. Moreover -I Key as West Fla. The tabulations shown are for j I "The Big Brown Bear." The view, the big increase in the re-
one of the foremost communica- In protesting their dismissal! event will start promptly at 4:30 ceipts of foodstuffs from foreign
lower federal court cast and Clara
a Misses Alee Curry
the The vote from i
doubt upon the whole plan hold-I" tion officers in the U. S. Navy. from the police department Officers I Ip. m. Norma Yates compose the trio I I countries large factor in the
lie is due to arrive keys will be received later it was !!
Saturday Shaw and Perez have sent advance of imports-has been due
ing T-A inoperative to a large I The program of events follows: and Miss Cleo Kemp will be at the
";eel company in Deleware on the June 29.Asked. letters to both city 'council and ', said. .. I Diving open to all from 6 to 16 LEGION UNITAFFAIR piano. in large measure to an unusual
inding the firm's business was when he expected to :the mayors i I > Trustees I I Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Grillion agricultural situation in this conn-
leave. Lieutenant Jackson told years,;, one prize; girls, 25-yard
not in interstate commerce and I Officer Shaw claims "that my I'I Names On Ballot I Sawyer, organist of the First Methodist try. .
therefore could not be regulated The Citizen he will probably' dismissal 1 was arbitrary and the Poll Poll I. free style swimming open event, 'Episcopal Church will play, Character of Exports Changes

as to labor affairs under the leave, with Mrs. Jackson and ;mati. upon whose testimony my .I thiee prizes to be given; boys, 6 GIVEN LAST EVENING "Slumber Song" "Garden of Total exports for the' first four
commerce clause of the constitu- Nancy shortly after the arrival f dismissal was 'based is alleged. to No. 1 No. 2 to' 12 years, 25-yard free style; 'FOR: '.THOSE TAKING ,PART Happiness" and "The End of a months of this year were valued
of Lieutenant Klaus going over, : \ resident of"t'h s r Huston 26 30 56 I 12 16
tion. 'nWawfully a W. II. bwim, three prizes; boys, to Perfect Day." f I at $688,166,000 approximately

)Meanwhile many employers op-j the Overseas Highway to Washington community: and I am convinced A. Lopez-:..--. 16 29 45Edward" years, 50 yards free style swim, I'IN RECENT MINSTREL Miss Dorothy Mayfield Knowles I|I 17000.000 less than those for

posed the Wagner and 30-hour l D. C., thence over a northern that if I had leen given a fair I A. I three prizes; girls open event, 25- will contribute with "Narcissus", the corresponding 1934 period.

bills as staunchly as labor clamoredfor I' route to Seattle Washington, opportunity I could have estab- Strunk. Jr. 28 29 57>> yard back stroie, two prizes; "The Garden of Your Heart" and II j j''I Compared with other leading industrial -
them. Deep-seated economic I stopping a few days with Mrs.I lished my innocence and perhaps toys, C to 12 yea., 25 yards backstroke Arthur Sawyer Post American "Sylvia. countries, U. S. export

philosophies were at war. I Jackson's family in Virginia and. disclosed a frame-up of under- I M. B. Gibson Written-On 7 Ballot 11 t two. prizes; boys 12 to 16 Legion, No. 28, and Legion Aux- Two violin solos by Miss Norma 1;j trade in that year made a highly

Production Up I J with his family in Ohio. world origin." Ira Cash_ .... 3 I years, 50 yards back strobe! two iliary entertained last evening in Yates will add variety to the program j I favorable showing.
Of the small number of strikes Replying to questions as to his This ,is essentially the same in 31 I prizes. honor of those who participated in She will offer "Canto || Marked changes have occurred
occurring in the first half of the If stay in Key West Lieutenant' detail as the letter sent in by Officer W. Albury 3 the recent Legion Minstrel held in Amoroso" and the very lovely ,1 in the character of American export
the two most important were t Jackson said: "I consider my tour'I Perez. Both he and OfficerShaw 'I' A. C. Elgin 3 I the High School auditorium.The "Angel's Serenade." Miss Curry : trade in the last 18 month
year + Millage ARRANGING FOR
those motor workers lot duty here as my.most pleasant state that turning over their affair was given.. in the will be at the piano. I I Shipments of crude materials and
involving car I ... 29 60
in Toledo and elsewhere and lum-I short cruise, and Mrs. Jackson and I! pt.raphernali to the chief of police -,.i Ten Mill: 31 Legion Hall on Whitehead street As usual. the Provisional Theme |I, foodstuffs are smaller in quantitywhile'
.. 1
Three Mills
ber workmen on the west coast. I will take with us unforgettable j, "was and is under protest. I TENNIS MATCHES immediately after the regular Song in A will bej played by Margaret i exports of manufactures:
I memories of the many kindnessesand Under the 1 lws of the City of business
Both were settled, and another j. meetingBingo Zinaida von Mielt-Liuba,1 j I have been running higher in
threatened disturbance in the rubber courtesies shown by the people Key West and the State of Florida LIGHT TENDER was the principal diversion who will also render "Love's Old ; and quantity. A big decline in the
industry was avoided Sec-I of Key West, who are the most and the provisions of the city I Il :;; I of the evening and a short Sweet Song"* and "Smilin' j j exports of raw cotton which is
I hospitable we have ever had the charter they claim the right of a Six of Key leading; young was rendered includingthe chief commodity
Perkins program Through. !! our export accounts -
retary of Labor pleasure of knowing." hearing and "upon proving inno- l ARRIVES HERE I II I tennis players will meet in a numbers
personally conducting the nego- tournament at Bayview Park following : Three numbers by the commoI I j for nearly all the reduc-
tiations. cence" official reinstatement; as I I Vocal duet-Mr. and Mrs. Atwood dore will complete a program of I lion in total shipments of crude
police officers for the city of Key Thursday morning.The Sands. simplicity and beauty, of songs materials.I .
Business packed up over the IVY SAILED 'AGAIN LAST pairings will bring together >
West. Reading-Emil Sweeting. which we all know and love. j I Clouding the international trade
in 1934 the f f1t"f ,
came period Robert Smith and Doyle Smith in
that man1s Inc. NIGHT SHORTLY AFT Vocal solo-G, P. Hogeboom. announced that the affair situation was the possibility thatgold
merce department reporting ear the first match; Herbert Boydenwill i
Dance .namb'erJjMLa Paloma": informal.CLOTHING 'I
will be quite standard countries might be
for the first four months of this COUNCIL HOLDSOVER ER COMING IN meet Canfield Lewin in the f
Mrs. Will Comes'accompanied on forced to devalue their currencies
industrial) production factory ANNOUNCES !second match and James Moore I I
payrolls, employment and domestic -I Lighthouse Tender Ivy arrived plays Orvis Kemp in the third the piano by Mrs. J. G, Piodella. TAKES placing: them in an advantageous
((1st Time in Years) DECISIONAction A refreshment:course consistingof competitive position with the
i "
trade showed. gains, ranging ) yesterday afternoon 5 o'clock from match. Preliminary games will be cake sandwiches
punch and
from fractional to material. One SUMMER CLEARANCESALE Egmont Key and sailed o'clock. two out of three sets. The finals 1 served.FERRY. United States as well as the

feature of the period for industry' last night for Miami with a gas will be three out of five sets. was FIRE YESTERDAY I I countless trade barriers and moves

was the long attack made on.the. by city council on the buoy to replace Main Channel The first match will get under l i for productive: nelfufficiency' on
textile EverettR. Light No. 7, which was recently 9 o'clock. tourna- the part of many countries.PRESCRIPTIONS.
cotton processing taxes by removal order of Captain way at The BRINGS IN

interests which claimed they were Rivas, by Mayor Wm. H. Ma knocked over into the channel ment is sponsored by the recreation An alarm of fire from Box: 2251 I 1

t being penalized and foreign goods ON ENTIRE STOCK lone. which was presented at a Tender Poinciana is at Fort department of the Key West LOAD OF FREIGHTFerry called apparatus from Number 1 '

makers aided. Biggest Event in Year special meeting of council last Lauderdale today actively engaged Administration. I rtatidn yesterday afternoon
night, was deferred until the first in beacon work in that section.1 shortly after 4 o'clock to the corner Yo are always ears of Q. ek

WINS PRIZE regular meeting of the body in Superintendent W. W. Demerittis STEALS FROM DEAD of Olivia and Duval streets. Service when yo. bring your Prescription

Friday 28lCl5b: A. M. July. Friday of next week. on the vessel making a detailed Palma of the F. E. C. Car Arriving it was found that a lot .i Ie... Gratleale rteg-

NEWRY. Eng.-Masquerading( The charges preferred by the i inspection of the intracoastal wa JOLIET 111. Charged with Ferry company arrived from of clothing: in the home of Dr. Istered Pharmacist always onity.

.s a girl. Policeman Thomas Abernof Watch Tomorrow' Paper Foi" mayor against; the captain of terway. stealing gold fiom the teeth of a Cuba yesterday afternoon with one Julio de Poo at 609 Olivia street. -

this city won the prize for having Big; AdvertuemenbJOE... night police was the only matter Tender Poppy is continuing dead! man. Willis) Wantlund of ear of pineapples containing 294 was on fire. The firemen formeda I(GARDNER'S PHARMACY

the prettiest ankles at a town 'J coming before the council at the work of erecting the unattended this city was cent to prison for a crates; 81 sacks of"mail and 14 bucket brigade and the flames Pfcone 177 Free- Delivery

hall dance. meeting. lighthouse at Pulaski Shoals. .year. miscellaneous: cars. were speedily quenched.



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v b* lup Sarst Cttfccn DEATH'S CAPTAIN KEY" WEST IN Today'sAnniversaries T l TODAY'S WEATHER |\ Today In History

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) Sunday By described
1ublfabed Dally Except Tuberculpsis! once \ as "cap !
THE. CITIZEN? )ffTBlISpItG' CO, IIC.L. DAYSQONEBYHappening I II 1284-Legandary date of the
P. ARTISAN! .I.e.t. } tain of the men of death, has been demoted I Her| 4uil 10 Year, ..!.......... ,..!!.!! Temperatures WEATHER CONDITIONS \ story of the Pied Piper who 1 led I i

JOE ALLEX From, A.d.taat'Be.lse.The Citizen Building Manager now :ranking no higher than ser I I Ago Today Aa Taken From 1819-Abner Doubleday noted Highest ..............._......_._..__86 1 I l the children out because the town
The Files Of The at We a Union general of the Civil War Lowest .. .._.. 76 Pressure! is moderctely low the'morning ::>fethers refused to pay him for hav- \
Corner Green and Ann Streets geant. Heart .disease is now the "captain"c1aim.ing I credited with laying out the first :Mean ..:-:..:::::::_..-::::::::::::===:81 I III I in the upper Mis5k>5ippij I trig rid the town of rats. at HameI : I

Only Daily Newspaper. In Key West and Monroe more than twice as many lives a* : basepall\ | diamond back: in 1839, Normal :Mean .................-.......-_83' and Missouri Valleys and upper i I Im Germany. '
G Rush: Key Wester, i* i
County. any other cause of death. Tuberculosis tew JJ the emulation a nmrager for born at Ballston Spa, X. Y. Died II Rainfall 't;i Lake region, Duluth. Minn. 29.761i iI 1788-Virginia. the 10th State

Entered_ at Key West. Florida aa second class matter now; stands\ sixth among fatal diseases. thiM aw: i Herald' in :Key \\'ott.Mr at Mendham, N. J., Jan. 26. 1893.I II Normal Yesterday's Precipitation Precipitation.:._ 1.30.09 Ins.Ins.i i inches, and continues high over'' to do !:o, ratified the Constitution

FIFTY-SIXTH: TEAR Cash left here" jlv n. years 1824-Lord Kelvin (William This ree.rd esers :..-.r pert.d eastern districts. Washington, D. ;,;i 185-Died, aged 8*. at: Br vr> i
eke .t t.. A oeU. Press Statistics for! the year!' 1933, the |ast azt Ai.tl; during j! that 't tiro_ 1'I13 s1l'n'lk Thortxon), world-famed Eng:ish I radiate. mt H ..el.el. fcU mtmrmimg i! C3016 inches Eaihs.and thunder !1 ters...N Y., a farmer. Enoch Cros-I

'The Associated Press In exclusively entitled to nee available show that for every 100,000 of; } roughout t.e! country.i'uur scientist: born. Died Dec.. 17,,:I Tomorrow. Almanac- f' have occurred ..since. by, claimed s* the Harvey Birch I
for republication of all news dispatch. credited to years of the t:me he "'jvn 1907: I Sun: uses ....1..e..-f..... 5:39 a. m. of Cooper's novel. "The Spy ,
not otherwise credited In. this paper ant also population'! i in the United States, 202 die .i.- th' a"u4ion' corps' of the Unite ( Sun sets .-... ...:...m...... 7'20 p. m. I yesterday morning from Kansas
It or '
the local news published here. of organic heart disease. K.:;:xt: came cancer !!' states 'aIT He atrived' in 1833-Thomas W. Knox noted ,,I Moon rises ...._.,-,....,. 2:40 a. m. eastward, over the southern Lake 1917-First American Expeditionary (
-- : Miami fl ur years liter r.t.i! began world-traveler, journalist and au i I I Moon sets ..4..,...__.._;" 4'44 p. m.. region and in portion of the Corp 15. OO soldiers of !
99 Bright's disease 87 pneumonia, work the Miami Herald. His ti6rtti 1 Atlantic States and there disembarked at ,
NATIONAL EDITORIAL ; ; to for thor of b;s day, born at Pembroke,I Tomorrow Tides 1 have been local thundershower : the first Division
... advancement was: rapid and when tl. in St. Xazaire France.I '
ASSOCIATION93s 81 ; apoplexy, etc., 79, and tuberculosi"", he'was N H. Died' in Ncw York. City.! A.M. P.L.m.n ccuthern Florida with a heavy
/ Gl. the moted opportunity to the position came in Key West.pro- I Jan. 6, 1896. High ... ..... G:32 8.33I lainlfall of 1.30 inches at Key i I prevail throughout most sect.., j jI
I. Low............ ..._." 2 00 j 3Vest. Seasonable temperatucejI : I
RATES I east! of tbe .Becky: Mountains \
i James McGrath, Canadian
HIBJCRIPTIOV The alarming death rate from heart! 1835- Earometer 8 a. m. toby: I .
One Tear _. ._ 110.. Six to eight months will ie required and N'ew: England: Roman --- ----- --.- --- -
I 29.98.WEATHER!
Sea level
..-.'Jli I Montba! __..,.. i.'O'l'hree disease and other rqaladies I resulting from' to complete the officia'! I Catholic priest who performed .
Montba ____.. S.1it of the Island City which'is ; ..
one Month ___.. :acct a degeneration\ of the blood vessels is attributed survey great tasks born in Ireland Died I FORECAST
.20 to be made and was by Jan 12. 1898.1843Sereno.

.. weekly. by many physicians to the stress city council yesterday afternoon i (Till 8 p. moo Thursday) I We will be pleased to have you consult_ us about
ADVERTISING RATES The work will be done by the
E. Auburn
modern life. Excessjve Payne Key West and Vicinity: Partly
and of complex -
our I
known application. worry '
en Florida Associated Engineers Inc., N y., lawyfr and,' longtime cloudy with local l thundershowersTartly how you can
., SPECIAL NOTICE' \ mental l or physical work, with insufficient of Orlando and will Cost, according ;!' congressman, born at Hamilton{ '
,\reading notices, cards of thanks, resolutions of to the bid of the company. !: N. Y. Pied Dec. 10, 1914. !
respect, obituary. notices, etc. will be charged*for at sleep and recreation; the drive 19690. .,t$ +'
the rate of 19 cents a line. of ambition for success; the intemperate\ 1 I I 1817-Lucian W. Chaney, biolo ,_ 7 'I Build Buy or
Notices which f
for entertainments by churches from Editorial commentThe wedding gist Federal Department of Labor\ t ,
a revenue i> to be derived are 6. cents a line. use of stimulants, and other modes of. l 11 y.l.1'f I I
month has almost gone, but some statistician, born At .
The fs an open forum and .Invites dlsctis-' \ '
lon of public Issues and subjects of local or general "burning!: the candle at both ends," tend? to. of the maidens have the consolation -!'IN., Y. Died May (J.. 1935. '", lb u Ic. Refinance Your Homeor
interest but' it will not publish anonymous. communfyttipsa of r comforting themselveswith I .. ,.. ...
; :
throw a too heavy burden upon the heart the fact that here are eleven I r| 1894,--Jeanne Eagles ,actress itft4, l,,t't t I
i born in Kansas D'ed Oct, lh
City ;
.' .. and! if _long\ continued' ;l may n end U<;l i in' '. 5i'i c:1Il1apse.U.l'Uh : 'I .. June.marriageable months before next I 13. 1929. "* f.t,,Ti' (I t >);(1. J 1tl repair or modernize any type of

IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST :Medical science at present. offers littIe i' 'f I w :\ f). J'
1..0........ i building! insured creditThe
ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN' > in the way of curative agencies for tho Captain and Mrs George T.1 Cloudy Tbunderthowera! j jtonight !

Rice! arrrved\ yesterday afternoon j I Today's:: HoroscopeToday : 'to''!
condition l !which! these. habits bring. about. and Thursday; gentle,
from Ripon, Wis('., where the captain I
1. Water and Sewerage. I The- only means $f relief 'appears' to be has been'assigned to duty. 'I'
2. Bridges to complete Road to Main I the abandonment of the practices which nature: sometimes a deep andptnetrat 'I
.. Miss Dorothy Knowles, who mind. V'-lb} oppj'tumy I oral! thundershowers Thursday
land. cause the' trouble. Countless lives are will wed Garth' Cold on the morn- I' ; there !ng 1. great SI'- ;*s.. Tb rlanjreroin and in south portion tonight. !' Approved Mortgage Under! the
ing'of July 6. will be honored At is,81'.1 Jacksonville to Florida Straits
3. Free Port.Hotels shortened because people not take tendency excesses J
; Moderate east wind weatherspartly
*"! miscellaneous!: shower' next ; j
a :
_. sufficient rest to enable their bodies to is 1 fc. The great joy wsy
; recuperate :30'o'c1oc."k., overcast tonight and Thurs- J FEDERAL HOUSING ADMINISTRATION
4. 1! and! Apartments.' Thursday afternoon 4: I.>5, ir the i pleasures o* the table,
after strenuous. mental or phy when Mrs.: Willard Albury and std there l always J".l itr of exiraragante day.
5. Bathing Pavilion. entertain > Fast Gulf Moderate\ east winds !
sical activities.NORMANDIE'S. Mrs.\ Margaret Duval will ; thereinnir.. this :
6. Airports-Land and Sea.. at the "home of Mrs. D. B. I !impulse.! is,I properly v Jibed the ----- -- -.-- -----.- .-- .

: : 7. Consolidation: of>; County ami- City SKIPPER Ruasell. I character: : generally turn: out very. .
Governments. Every man in Key West is invited .
toattend the meeting to be automobile late this afternoon. The .f/oe.dwinllecl
Newspapers and magazines of late
held in tbe armory at which Captain accident occurred betwet'n'South- j't be
I have carried much news and information Sweet will give a talk explaining ard street and! Windsor Lane. The
THE KEY WEST CITIZEN concerning the record-breaking French the reasons why the first lad was taken to the office of Dr. /Jon ACCEPTING IMITATIONS
ttep is be")iff taken to recruit the F. C. said that, it was
liner Normandie, but, little has been sail;. Lowe wio .
WILL always seek the truth and print it about the of"the' .local battery up to required impossible i! a( this time to deter- To let the original Davie 100% Pore Paine
personality great ship' obligationfor I
'trengtb.! There is no mine the extent of his; injuries. It Be sure to MADE IN BALTIMORE rCKDTFAIR
without fear and without favor; never be captain Commodore Rene Pugnet.A those attending to enlist. An was learned' later that the automobile I look. for Davin 100% Pun Paint has often beta .MAO[....
afraid to attack wrong or to applaud right; few notes :regarding this able skip- appropriation :of $500 was made was driven by Harry Iley-I 'csr imitated ht never duplicatedD.vu ---..--
'" Otis
available by city council yesterdayfor ward. a00"a Pun Paine conforms With =====
always fight for progress; never be the organ of the "mistress'of the seas' .
per : present u use by the guard and plan. "o all) pan paint Lewes and is the only paint :: I
or the mouthpiece of any person clique may b4 of interest. for making a- club room are now MarkMBTlllr'a -milmf lltrl" b O PUtJI 1: that came a guarantee of pant,. ti===-,

faction or class; always do its utmost for the Captain :Pugnet was born in the: little i under way.. THE SEMINOLE PAINT Cook for this Guarantee on the LabelTHEERDAVISCOl -*

pub'ic; '!:,welfare. ; never, tolerate corruption ,or, village of Brantome in southwestern\ ,. AIL arrangements.. hay.tbejn;< a'......___wab ea ._P.n ataiwfa.t.rs.,__..-.l.,.....nAU .
injustice;-denounce vice and, praise:virtue; France, in 1881, on a Friday the IStht completed for the boy scouts from ,. .*. .n ....ds. by w io Bctaawn and. wM. .lbro.b Outer only__ I
individual Clearwater and St.: Petersburg,: to k p ieJs.ks.sville Ctf 6ligett /898'
commend good done by or organ. dread. sailing day of superstitious seamen.' a VHit to Cuba and enjoy visits K BALTIMOPEMU!

ization; tolerant: of others' rights views and He is the first of his family to becom-(; ? pay to all n!' parts of the land. Soon I G. C. ROBERTSmtma Comer Caroline and_ William Streets J

opinions; t print only news that will elevate I a sailor, his forbers being chiefly artiste, after their'anivaI in Key Westto _
be of the locals it was
and not contaminate the reader; never com scientists and diplomats. He is a great- gae'ts .
suggested that before they return --- -- --- ---
promise with principle., nephew of Frederic Bartholdi the celebrated to their'homes:that they make a "l1111d"llllff.A .

French sculptor of Italian ancestry trip to. Cuba. Negotiations' were at Fiends ..... .................................................... ....4! ....!,....
todav. advices I
once started' cu-es.! n. .RIFllo: Ms.aget
Too many appear to be ambitious to who executed the Statue of Liberty. Captain were received from Cuba by A human: home-like institution ,a
: Pugnet j jokingly! refers to the'statu Cuban Consul Domingo Milord where you will find y.mt I..II.M".I Iemf I
become inefficiency experts., the .rt mm* .....rl.I..t., a meter -
as his cousin. that n1 in readiness for of great Importance.:
reception of the scouts and f
: everything ----o-- .
The captain himself is a painter of nil< .
Some do not wait until they will be done to make their A steel fireproof bdlMUic Ma4. LADIES'
women mean ability, also an inventor\ expert pistol stay pleasant. The boys will leave Is the brart *f the cityFv.ry .
are widows before contesting the husband's .
shot boxer fencer and airplane pilot. on the government tug Bavspnng Room with Combination Tub '_ .. '_ '- r
And Shower Bath Radio l:leelrIeelting
\ will. Iavana Monday. -
His cabin the Normandie contains much and will ;arrive in' op : Fan Slat Door fur Summer
on They; will be met by Cuban I Ventilation, Comfortable. lied" with
artistic handiwork escorted Mattresses of Inner Spring! C.>nBlrnrlon -
of his including
a scout troops with a band and -
Perhaps Cain would have been bet- and Individual. Rea"-I l : You are WELCOME to brouse
a piano. Ue reads much when off duty, hit, to Camp' Columbia wherethey' ling Lamps. .
ter boy 'If Z;(other Eve. had,. been. up on literature and de. will be quartered during: nATes! ?
favorite -
g mystery ;
I Slaglera
child\ psychology. tective stories. Ibis{ family consists of himself their stay.; ,.. n RWMM._tm*. Private Private Bath flash ____ ales salt I i : around our store, you will find

Hernandez nine-year-old .. Km. .. Prlate Hath ana
his Marie Orestf\ m
wife an4 one, daughter, I Z4 !!__.. Private Unlit __ 3JMJ
Among? the crops which- yield best Louise, the .latter Being! a. popular concertpianist. Cuban Rafael: bop Hernandez.. son of Mr.wa and_ injured Up. J. ,ample lt_!". I'rUatr Bath 4.IM a lot of useful and decorative
!l1.ICnT 1SCRICAsw Foil IJOIULn: :
and I I .
when harvested green are ';::1.t:.. i when he was knocked down by tan I prrtiPAKcvr *+ '

American tourists., No ,conlrland< <
seas has had:a greater responsibility'.than ,

Persons who say they pay no attention Captain ,Pugne t.>'Wit "a- 51 millioiTYIollai .. .l CE i

to tiHe'tro4b| e-a probably were never ship and thousandsbf i passenger?f itt bis

infested with chiggers. keeping. He appears to be dischargingthat
Electric Toasters and Grills Electric Fans
high responsibility faithfully; and well E :

A teacher wants a course in laughter :

introduced in the schools. We used to get AUTOS AND DESKSIn Electric Sad d Irons Flashlights
results in that line.. with no_. equipment. .- except .- USE! ICE rc i
a bent pin. connection! with! the crowded, con- [

r. dition of schoolroom. throughout the country IT'S ?URER! Light Bulbs and Fixtures Dinner and Tea Sets ;

The feminine gold, diggers received 'the California Teachers Associationhas ''' Itt t
another jolt when\ "the Alabama senate: made ar1i interesting .comparison of I Bake Glass Ware Water Sets

pa sed the anti heart balm bill to outlaw automobile and school desk capacity.A t REFRIGERATORS i
civIl ruits for breach of .promise and alienation A e iIl on {the subject discloses!

of affection.' \ that while California has automobiles- '- Made of all metal-pquip- t Liquor Sets Artistic, Console Sets

enough to seat 5.200,00.0pe ons, it has li 1 pet} with._ WATER COOLERS._. _... L I i

Vergil's "Aeneid," the bane of countless school seats for only* J,200,000._ "pupils. t They're Economical

schoolboy's, was, completed but :not There are enough j! automobiles"! in that i

finally\ corrected at the .author' death. state to ,carry every chfld'' school age, 100 Per Cent Re ri f tt io.n (, : A pqll Ljne of AlmrMnym War, Kitchen! i

Vergil himself thought it unfinished but it with a, separate sac. :for each l' child<<: and i I Satisfactionpriced + 1'I '

yras published' by rig friends! who" 'are' certainly still\ have more than 100,000'cars left over. &\ i Utepsils, And...Well Just Drop In And rs

no friends t to. the countless hoys ono! The, people 'of California spent in a See For Yoqrself

girls who have had to., strugglf 1 with! theLatin repent year: for gasoline! a;sum estimated at $30 and S35 .. i

} \through r the ages.fhe ., $145,353,483 while they spent for all 1 .
schools, including the state university { EASY TERMS- JQTHOMPSON'S Da SI ..

<: Citinl1
from the assertion often-. made that the for gasoline than for education.It ICE CO. : "Your home i is wprthy the best"South

of the who are property is probable that a like survey would I
s-ervants people .
folders-. should' not\ be permitted tp appease -' reveal a similar} condition in! most of the 11,1, ''J F1 Phone_ iNG No._ _8____ Florida Contracting & Engineering Co. ;

their hunger or slake their thirst al,I other: states. Without criticizing people s.

the public!, { trough! unless!, they<<; have! paid.1 for enjoying their: automobiles, it does : Phone 593 White and Eliza Streets :

their; taxes in;ful This is somcthing'the. seem that they should l be willing to spendas t tr : .. .

electorate should remember at election much foe the education of their chil- ................................................ .....................:

time, particularly.\ J dren as they spend for gasoline. t illil, -- ... s .. !; '.,/./ 4l'I11..I.I'.- ,,- t... .-< :. . _



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--. ... ....-....- --_._--_...._-- LOUIS' DEFEATS
he looks sick, too. He claim hecan't I
play under pressure but Detroit at Chicago.
I .
sometime' you give him a chance PRIPCARNERADETROIT I i Only game.

(By GRAVY) and he will pretty quick show you I

SPORTS !._"!._ttl.a.l..._-aaaaaaaaaaa. r......._..__--__--_-_-__--__-._._._._._._ ._ ._._ ._ be can play golf when he keeps NEGRO SCORES Pittsburgh NATIONAL at Boston.LEAGUE

r' will do However Bill his eye on the ball slow back
The following players ; was ambitious and ] KNOCKOUTIN Cincinnati at Philadelphia.
I battle tomorrow afternoon at the so he went to school at"nights't swing head down follow throughand TECHNICAL Chicago at New York..

I local course: Two teams will be learn the English language well 1 there you are. It's easy only SIXTH ROUND St. Louis at :ookly.. ..
. .. __ .. I named Rosebuds as bard'to
--- --- --- -- -- -- made up one as a few arithmetic problems. All it's do. Once he took a I
.' -- -- I I will have Russell Kerr for a cap- this I hole from Russell Kerr with a I the big Italian have advantage -
study gage o\![ hero thoughts (Special t. Tae C'ttt+mt did any
tain and the other with, the mini- I II birdie from about 65 yards when"Papa"
of becoming I NEW J "Dead Pan" Louis
June !
a professional: man YORK. 26.- v over ,
INDfANS DEFEAT: t2s,Zltee3a..ol..aTRUTH! BUSY BEE TEAM ker of Lilies will, have none other' .(and so he saved his nickels rntilf had a perfect par. That Louis sensational: negro from Detroit I the latter winning every round
than Timotheus Pittman for a he had !! means Bill and partner won the scored knockout the fourth which even.
WUl OUTBy t enough money to put him-; a technical I except was
leader. So here gacs: The first self 1 through! : law! school providing I match 1 And today he will do you "!!r'Prim'o Carn- ra, former, I The gate receipts were estimated -
YANKS BRAVES !DEFEATS LOPINJIAMONDBALL named are men belonging to Pitt j I the tame way if you aren't care t '
; Ker r's: he could do i it in two years instead I heavyweight champion in the' close to a half million dollars
( It1:CK) man and the latter are I of four. So he and'a couple ful. sixth found of a scheduled 15- 1' with about 70,000 fans in attend
and Ike Russell .
BEAT PIRATES ) Bascom> Grooms of other guys left for Virginia round! b tte'! i in the Yankee Stadium -
........................ Pete 'Tailor and Fred ance.Louis
agajnst '
.. .. .. . .. ... .. I I and went to law school at Washington here last night. weighed in at 196 pounds!
The wild rumors and base canards Ayala; Spottswood and Goldsmith and Lee.: When the two !I :- : At no time during the battle and Camera at 260 1-2 pound!
and Lopez Sam
against Price ; OROVILLE Calif. Before
circulated about rip hero had his
the Key years were our .
I ., .
PHILLIES VICTORIOUS oyE? West Golf Team and its recent CONTEST STAGED AT BAY. Harris and O'Bryant against Mesa i diploma but he bad a long hard 1 1I Justice,) Harry Mills of this city an-f I -- -- ----
and Salas; Bill Malone and Tim 'I i other Harry Mills swore to a warrant .
CINCINNATI' to.DSt GIANTS giatcp with! the Biltmore Club hay) VIEW: PARK LAST EVENING Pittman! against :Melvin Russell tussle with making! both ends meet. charging a third Harry Mills WHY AMERICA PREFERS BUDWEIE I ? .
made it necessary to refute some (Try and find an $8 a month room
AND CUBS SPLIT DOUBLE\ of these groundless falsehoods by RESULTED: "IN. FINAL SCOREOF : and Curry Harris; Strunk and |. and board place.) Well, our hero with breaking into a cabin and

telling }the simple truth about some Watkins against Kemp and Rus-I came! bac," home! met a swell girl stealing. '

J HEADER of the. various! incidents!. in! ques.tion. 7TOI Artman s/el I) Ke.rr: ;Another Pierce team!against that can't Poly|I,f anybody from up north knew and it was, the Mr.first&thing Mrs. t ( \ It helps the] .

will do battle
To begin with-.Tim Pittman and play on Malone. Well, Bill got a few
< '...". (. The CltlM-m) (By JOVE) I Sunday morning; end will be Kir-I blankets.SELL'S
Lope! | were! NOT compelled J clients but soon everybody realiz- hostess
NEW YQRK, June 26.( ;-Th!! to take their wives along.It The Busy Bees defeated theLopez ch.epbaun} and Butler against I ted that he was a smart boy andI ; perfect
and Plummer. The din-
Washington Senators found little seems that both of these gentlemen Funeral Home diamondballten Hogreboom I I in a little while he had plenty of Ir/
to puzzle them i in the offering ol mere actuated by the purestof !. Ian;: night at Bayview Park, ner will be: on Friday evening, beginning [work. Like a lot of other guys I To offer your guest
Schoolboy Rowe and hammered by the lopsided score of 7 to!>> 1. tt 7:15 o'clock., rn '
mpfivep and the!! loftiest of :i he pot pleasure out of chewing beer is hospitality 4'qservethemBUDWEISEA'
thf big righthander for 11 well afraid The stars of the game were he into politics
ideals-besides, they were I [ the rag so got \
Lurched hits to turn back the .De that a ny\, forcible means of restraint Griffin. Bethel P. CarbOnell'and Our personal glimi'se today will 'I and "sin't got ont yet." He has CIGAR STORE0 I S, Is a gracious compli:
troit Tigers 74. i would' have endangeredtheir Tynes. the former tbree players'style be the head mn! of our fair city,I been in a lot of different jobs
Turning! on their tormenters! status as true Southern Gen- ; in i the' field! was outstanding I the 'Hon. William Hiram Malone. like Senator. Mayor Different m nt.Alacompan1oQ
with fury the lowly Boston Braves tlemen of' the w. k. old school and the latter'a- pitching. was ''I Esq. Our hero was: born very Kinds of Attorneys and etc-, but 1 -o- i '" fY//1 for any meal its distinctive

pounded their way to a 7-2 vic And while we are on the subject $superb.: yocng in life rr here on Simonton I when, he took np golf, oh my. He :; I flavor makes
tory over the! second-place:! Pittsburgh ) j of wives,, allow! me to state 'fT struck 1I"ed only four hits : street on the corner of the alleyin started out a few years ago to set Baseball Returns r uinefoodstastebettg.More .
Pirates. 1 that those presents!! purchased .by and out 10 of those hard. I front of the Columbia Laun 49 for nine holes as schedule and :-- BUDWEISER i ha
Syl! Johnson limited the' Beds Joe Lopez and Sam, Goldsmithwere r-iitn'g, Funeral Homers.: dry. He had lots ef brothers and he, still has that in mind. His : By Wire I gone into American
to eight hits{ while his :Phillie; :! NQT to( be used as :hush ; The Busy' Bees scored the first sisters so his parents decided to drives are about his most dependable -': homes than any other
teamrnates\ bumped a trio of Cincinnati { in the first frame and added -0---:
money. Both had promised{ Jo run name him William on account of shots averaging about 175 bottled beer.
hurlers for 14 hits and s a wire home upon their safe arrival I two more in the fifth frame. I they'knew he would be called trill yard. He gets rattled on little I COME IN AND GET THE I .

10 to 1 trj 'mph. ik Miami-neither knew where the In the sixth inning the Lope Billie! Billy Will Willie and what- short shots to the green but,, RESULTS OF THE Order by th* COM ANHEUSER.BUSCa ST. LOUIS "
The I3ew York Giants' and f Chicago telegraph office 'was located-so ten pushed over their lone tally. )II have-you but never be called William usually gets there just the same.:. MAJOR BASEBALL for your horn*
pubs divided! a long drawn the presents were merely to prqve The Bakers scored two more in by any except his mother. I His putting is average but when he :I LEAGUES
cut doubleheader but not until the the seventh and ninth for a total.i ) Well hero's father schedule far there :,
that they had. not forgotten en- our was a carpenter and are apart
league leaders had been carried 10 tirely.. of seven tallies. and on' account of being i ii much sadness. When they are -01 Budweiserpt

innings! eon they won {the first! The writer positively knows At" bat the leaden were Ace- whipped with a stick now and then together there i 13 happiness. When' CIGARS, CIGARETTES,

name, =3 to 2, and Manager Charley that Melvin Russell will NOT go ved Carbonell and Higgs. our hero said that when he grew he is ahead of same there is great 1 SOFT DRINKS, .
Grimm used 18 men in the nightcap in for archeology as has been re- Score by innings: R.. H.. E. up he wanted nothing to do with joy. In a match he gives up before I -- ETC. KING; OF BOTTLED BEER

to give'the Cubs a. 10 to 5 ported.! Just because he. is interested Busy, Bees- lumber. So he became a 'cigar- the first hole but sometimeshe.

triumph. in Egyptian -art is no sign 100 020 202-7 10 3'' maker like most other young guy*. gets to work and makes! the I ., AQUILINO. LOPEZ, DISTRIBUTOR
After being driven from the that, he is leaving soon for Cairo. Lopez. ._ 000 001 000-1 4 6 --- -
mound, in the first inning in a Clem Price did NOT lead the Batteries: Tynes and 11. Ace- .. -. ------ ---

prior game' Paul\ Dean came back orchestra. When he found that vedo; A. Lunn and Ingraham.DIAMONDBALL .
to break his three-game losing 150 week
the leader received f per ,
streaky J pitching the St.:Louis Cardinals he decided to spend most of his

to a 6 to 4 victory over theBrooklyn I time' in the kitchen helping the

Although;Dodgers.outhit two to one. the chef.. 'Curry Harris was NOT arrested I II i GAME TONIGHT tl
Cleveland Indians i staged tIsa
a I I for wanton'destru'ction of prop.I
run Tally In be ninth!! to defeat the : erty. The\ greens committee simply i :i i
Yankees! 5 to 4 and
New again York reduce the league )leat, 'ers'' foursome sent two and caddies replace to all follow turf and his! i iI | JRST' OF SERIES' TO DETER

m&rgin to three games. I; divots, excavated .from trees, fairway I I MINE.... "!i* CHAMPION'- -- OF.

The summaries.NATIONAL. LEAGUE I I .} and greens. SOCIAL LEAGUEBy ;
: It can be stated with authoritythat I
At Boston R. IL E.'I
Bob Spottswood will{ NOT add
Pittsburgh' : ......__ 281 I { JOVE) s. .
a Jewelry. line to his drug store.
: ._ .. .._ 3-13- 2, 1 '
Boston r lie merely.bought those! diamonds!i :r The Recreation and the Lighthouse -
Batteries: Birkofer. Hoyt and 1 to wear to church. i I Department tens will rlay: Ji+:
Grace; Macfayden and Hogan. The grossest misrepresentation the first game of a three-game series
I[ of the lot can be nailen to- the tonigHt at Br.j i iew Park.
At Philadelphia R. II. E. wall by pointing out that Tim Pitt- I This series: is to determine the

Cincinnati .....-...._ 184 1 man and Horace O'Brysnt did ; champion of the\ league. The
Philadelphia ..._.._10 14 2 j NQT fall !into any canal. In the : Lighthouse crew won {the first half'

Batteries: Freitas. Frey Hol-' I:[ first .place it was not the canal- of the schedule and the P.ecrra-I
lingsworth and Lombard!; S... t 1 it was the swimming pool. In the tion boys: came out i c..
Johnson ano Wilson. 1 second place it' was: not Tim and ,' the second half. :

i Horace anyway-it happened to I j The'contest tonight will be

At Brooklyn R. If. E. I be Lionel. Plummer, and Willie' called at 8 o'clock sharp and will

St. Louis ._....._._.---> 6 8 Q Kemp. I go nine inningsI .

Brooklyn .......__...__ 472 !\ ...
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Batteries: P. Dean and Delan-i................................................. /
cey; Mungo and Lopez. 5d.


At New Yprk R. II. E.

Chicago .._...._._ ?, 271 PITA /
New York .,.._._...... 3 12 2 Ii /
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.aaaaaaaa.. Rtt !pa s..as.tiei..tga..l.
Batteries: French, Warneke ant -
Odea; Ca3tleman I and ) ancuso. i i It looked"l like old J times i in the cess and thisS\ the hanging
Cuban Club stadium hut Monday\: around of kinds' \ under age. These

Second Came night with suite a few' notables at boys take up the rnigside seats-

At New York R. II. E. the ringside.! Among''' whom were: cus-tomers. I

Chicago ..._...__.__...10 15 1 ; Harry Baker. chic fire departjJnient : I
New York ......._.__ 5 13 1 ; Bill Russell, Ray Bush, row of seats for the kiddies. or
Batteries! : Carelton and Hart-. j RogeUo'Ccbrera, James"" Moore, keep them. : away altogethertL !
Pearlma'n/Dutch GoehttfffT: ,", : -
Jiott;. Ilubbell and Smith. Joe
Leo Renedo. Fraga. Claude AI- i L PeteNebo, once our pridf, of: *r

A."ERCAtf, LEAGUE. :: bury. Rob Schultz\ Hefio and Mc' the ring acted as timekeeper for ,? .
At Detroit R. )i. H. Carthy. the fights Monday\ night anti' I he

Washington! __*_ 7 13 0 I made a good jo") of it except onetime t
Detroit -....._ 4 12 0 With this kind of enthusiasm during the last round of the
flatteries Prttit.{ Russell and\ there's no reason why boxing I I Fernsndez-Santana scrap when he ,

Bnlton; Rowe", Auker Hogoett and shouldn't. get on its feet again I became so interested he let the

Hayworth.At local I boys fight. : one-half minute over
time. Of course it waa. unintentional
I That Fernandet-Santana con- .
Clenland'R.. H- E.

New York .._.:..______ 4 12 1 test wa surely a sweet fight. J I _

Cleveland ......._........_ 5 6 1 'These two boys only fought four:i iI Believe it or not, Bobby Schultz
Malone and rounds, but boy, oh boy, how they I
Batteries: Allen I Fer- held his eat during a fight for the
hickey" ; !Harder and: Phillips. I i Larged! away: at each pther.beautifully ; first time Monday night It is customary
nanUez coring i
i to see the local 1 boxing expert -
Mario's !
Boston! at Chicago, played.. former with his right hand effective end that I pace up and down the isle
mit was clicking
date. when she is watching a scrap the
nose bleed-
he had his opponent's :
type of the. Fernandez-Santana.
Philadelphia at St. Louis, play nig several. times.I' milling.! .
ed former date.LEAGUE R l
Pimpey' Rojas was able to holdhis
own long enough against Young Castellano refereed thS; r t
STANDINGS! Young FiCTcredo: to earn a dravy. semi-final match and while in the

I Figueredo might have had,a little ring failed to tell the fans why
LEAGUE shade: at the end of the --content! he did not meet Johnny :Borden : Sri: C

Club--AMERICAN W. L. ;'ct.: 1, but the margin wasn't big enough after he had challenged the American
i him the decision liv'a< : battler. Well he probably
New York ........_ 38: 23 ..623CJe to give : ii
I. bo't., it is apparent that knows what, he is doing.
-velagd ..... ..-. 34 25 .i7G longer chance I ,/ { ,
I. \ had *
Chicago :........__._. 31 24 ..564Iletroit Rojas wouldn't! \ have ,
........._..._ 33 28 .;.541Bostnn ; against\! his lighter opponent.Just I Cecil "Jock" Curry did the announcing z..

.-. ..n' ...... 30 31 ..492Wahingtote i ; for the afternoon's entertainment -
before the fight Pie Tray-I
..._. 28 33 .459 and trainer of and believe it or not
Philadelphia n........ 24 33 .4\\ nor older brother telling; Ke is doing it better each time.

St. Louis ......._._ 18 39 .31 Young Ferpandez.was Santana. %Vell. J Jerry Weinbersh Tpn't! have a
CuJo: how to scrap chance against Curry if the local
NATIONAL LEAGUE I'm feeling like a million\ ? dollar chap keeps up the good work; e"
Club- W. L. Pct: kid tonight. Pie, so this is one time .

New York ......_.._ .cO 1"1 ..703St. I don't need your advice. I'm going BENJAMIN LOPEZFUNERAL
Louis ............_ 36 26 ,581\ in there and beat Santana.' HOME .. J-:
Pit );urgh ..4......_ 36 27 )7\' Pretty confident, this boy Casa

Chicago ..._............. 33 2G .559 taMUh4 48 Yean
Brooklyn ...._..._._ 21 :n .4 1St; Th; promoters t>f the Cuban 'K.7 W..t's Oldest I
Cincinnati ..........._. 26 35 .Uti Club! stadium weekly fight show 24-Ho r-A.lt*J.ei SerrU... I. .
Philadelphia ..?__ 21 :SG .368 will have to make one elimination Lie.a.d Lelalmerrh.as .... '

Boston _.__, 180 .310 in order to make complete suc ua flala .If-Y .Z. I...<|.ja... IPORX.- a,->Mm- .Tccca", : J Co..-' "t .. .
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I ENEMfSKISS 1. PERSONAL MENTIONMrs. 1 PEARLMAN PLANSCLEARANCE r I mad. at when the, municipal 340 bunches docks of yesterday this

:-: SOCIETY : : .n..n..:............eceee..e..e....-...... ......e SALE type brought $288.

Mary Thompson, who was I Miss Leila I Pitcher left :r-the While there were a few offerings

1se.e.eoeeeneee.ee.eee.ee..................... spending a few days in Miami j East Coast yesterday afternoon of wool sponge most lots

tU ITNOFtiat d J.n>_: ..,.AMton.if convinced gals fare that* Never heard of her!" declared Entertain With In Honor with relatives, was a returning j for Tampa where she goes to attend .I I Joe Pcarlman's were grass and yellow, bringing
Robert Now
It we're done Party Inc
perhaps today announces -
J>aft gumtri marrytaf Robertlid. passenger on the morning train the funeral services this aft from $2 to (96 Total sales for

.*.*.Jlto Bin*t>'tlivt* fakeer Dafknt fr, to>6t UMM t yesterday. ernoon for her sister-in-law, I the first big Clearance the day amounted to approximately
,. Alison r Guy took a step towards Of Members OfPocahontas Club '
:.> a/-t''re. eu k. Guy We I. H. Pitcher, who died in Sale in three years to start Fri $817
t.rn tboiipkt .a. sad m Jly. her. "Do yon believe that rm that
'Ea/ Depaa. baa *a<4 Gay* real sort of a person?" t I Sebastian Dongo, cocontractorwith city Monday night. Mrs.1 I day morning, 8:30 a. m. A large

_>>-p"_"to. to. Lumley.correct." and .,.., vmlrvlk Now .u "w work at the Marine issue will contain the outstanding '
knowing what to say. Hints, lies. Naomi Russell delightfully entertained -,, hospital-
fatbn .......a .1' O.p,....Dawn."a I entertainment were: Mr.: I I II
Robert items
Kleiser of
,...*> and Gay ajrvarewtl s gossln-whem he atood-there by her! the members of the Past turned yesterday from a business of West Palm the sale.
key tke backed Ahern kar Gay she didn't believe that he was really Pocahontas Cjldb l and their friends i'i and }tr's.: Rafael Solano, Jr., and visit in Miami.H. Beach, who was the guest of Dr.]|I Without a doubt this will be the I I KEY WESTCOLONIAL
daalaadia0 Ce ... bar.Cbapter Mr. and Mrs. I V. M. Johnson the his' biggest: selling in
bad.and yet there was so much. that with a Bihgcj party at the home of,, daughter Bobby, I at home of event years at HOTELIn

33 had not' been- explained- 4.. z Mr. and Mrs. Bernard J. Cruz on'1 I Anthony Haskins, Mr. and Mr.! W. Hires and Tony Arthur:I parents, Mr. and-Mrs. V.-A. Johnson -I|i I the Quality Shop. It will be a

DISMISSAL1WON'T In her dilemma, while her lather Newton. street last night. I|I P. Ml Crews, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard arrived yesterday from Tampa to left for home yesterday aft-!,store-wide! event in every respect the Center of the Business

keep her a minute" made Impatient noises..<
all this? What's all there waiting she seized on something by Mrs. John Park.: Prize for: Thompson, Mr. 'and Mrs. Harold! and Mrs. Arthur and their chil- stay. SPONGE SALES

War which she'herself knew men was won by P. M. CrewdJMiss I!I Baker. Mrs. John Park. Mrs. J. dren, who are spending a few days First Cla.a-F Fireproof

Win you tell me one F thing?": Solano the prize'for M. Cremata, Mrs. Hartley Roberts with relatives I .
...:Robert had Joined In, drowningGay's Bobby won and friends. John Carbonell owner of the'' Scn lbU Rate
Anything. He said R readily. winning the largest number: ., Mrs. Lillian Spencer Mk-s. HELD TUESDAY
voice and Perter's i
stately Monroe Theater '
re ; 'i
and John'
ply. ""WhatT What? Whafre That desk was shut when you and of games and the men's prize waa' Lillian Weaver, Mrs. Ruby Saunders Dr. H. B. Spitler of Eaton,i Carbonell eon !i I COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEI
you Jr., Jeft yesterday aft.
doing here? Heh?" I telephoned. Ton-yon didn't openIt awarded to Lee Thom;) tt. I I Mrs. Mamie Russell, Miss Ohio, who was a visitor in Key 1'I -
ernoon for Jacksonville]] and may 1i! I
? Her eyes appealed Imploredhim Gar ElcratorPopular
Naomi Russell
Delicious refreshment Miriam Carey, Mrs. West ago
were yesterday afternoon and
1 want to speak to Miss Rede Jut What is considered
to "no'. ( go from there to Atlanta, Ga., on' one of the
say ,
for.a. nute.- served throughout the evening by. Ralph Sawyer Ormond Aly- guest of Rev. and Mrs. J. C. Geke- best sales of Pricoe
"I did. But If you'd give me a business. grass sponge was .
I '
"She's the hostesses. meda and Everett Spencer.eeeeeeeeeaeeaeaeeaeeeeeo ler left on the afternoon' train, ----
busy. She can't
sea yon'H.r _
chance to sea yon alone explain the -
for Miami.
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father's gruffest tone. whole thing" n f i I

I 1 can walLf He broke oft for Alison had turned .a..e.................. ) I i U. C. Zcluff, customs agent
No need to waiL I tell you my away. I Miss Irita Bethel, daughter of from Tampa who came in yesterday -;
daughter can't ** CLASSIFIED Today's Birthdayseee..e..eaa.ee..eS Sam Bethel, who was spending a I for visit
see you. You won't even listen? he j I a with G. N.
"If you'll Just allow me to see her pleaded."I .. while at Homestead, Fla., with I 1 i deputy collector in charge Goshorn'l

for one moment and explain-" Bat don't think there's any more to COLUMNPERSONAL her brother-in-law and sister; Mr.;'' West, left on the

Gay was not even allowed to flnlso. say Is there?" the answered and Pearl Buck (Mrs. Richard J. and Mrs. Ed. Wallace, returned. for ) ami. j

Robert exploded. went into the library.A ........................ Walsh), novelist, born at Hills- I yesterday on the Havana Special.. I
"Explain? Explain what? There's' moment later she heard the boro, W. Va., 43 years ago. j I II

nothing whatever to explain. Ton front door shnt: a sound that fell I Mrs. Frank Gato, and Sasses''I Miss Dorothy Bearup. who bed)'

came Into this house on false pretences upon her. like a weight, heavily., Ganoa Wal ka. singer, .tom' in i Anita and Edna Gato. were passengers -been,i spending several weeks visit-:, r
-,... on false pretences t STOMACH ULCER, GAS PAINS the
Poland 43 *** leaving on afternoon I I i iojr in Miami and other points on
and yon won't do It again! No. don't glad glad, that INDIGESTION victims- why years ago. '
SHE was' yes..very ---L- $rain yesterday for Miami to:[ tie east coast, has returned to
interrupt me! Most disgraceful conduct was going? _with her lather suffer? For quick relief get a ..[end a few days with relatives i West.. uu' I It i..
,Only what one might expect.I and Daphne to Spain. To get iwsy free'sample of.Udga, a doctor's I Frieda B. Eastman Federa Co :at(+il friends. y .ri

suppose but I can**tell you U I from London beyond the chance- of prescription, at Gardner's, ordmator of Transportali, born f ;' 1 1I < I I I

was. a younger man- seeing him again. V-,; Pharmacy. ." at Katonah, N. Y., 33 yepra ago. .1Y. B. Blue, chief clerk in the! MONROE THEATERJohn :. I,
:-All.onl.! Guy took two steps. That was her thought as eh* t*. j un'1&19.20Z520t7july2.35,91011f I office I of the Florida East Coast 1 Beal-Gloria Stuart in
across the hall towards her. She had In the theatre trying hard to cpn-; fl: .i > I i LADDIE
come down the stairs and was standing centrate upon the dullest of recent Octarus Roy Cohen 'c.('birm r piilway Company at St. AUJTUStme -,

at the foot of them. torn by her farces.- Her father was laughing LOST irghain. Ala.:, noted ,ai'Jhor 1- .nat :' was an arrival over the East 1 1 -also- Novelty Walnut Bedroom SuitesCleverly

feelings, uncertain what to do. heartily; from time to time he' Charleston S.'C.. 44 years: ago. !Coast yesterday for a brief visit Maurice Chevalier and Jeanette

-"Alison, leave this to me!" and toGa glanced at her with a touch of anxiety | as guest of Officer Joseph Kempof McDonald in
,.] ."Nowl! Get ont before I send and asked: Enjoying It?" SMALL WHITE PUPPY on United the Key West Police Department I THE MERRY WIDOW i designed Suites with graceful lines

(or the police! ordered her father.I hopefully. Street Phone 323-W. I David A. Skinner secretaryofthe and returned in the after- Matinee Balcony, lOci Orche IIi I that give full emphasis to the beautiful graining

Robert was red as a turkeycockand declared Alison un jun25-3t U. S. Chamber of Commerce, 15-20c; Night: 15-ZSc
"Awfully. noon. of the
I i tray: lovely Walnut and other contrasting ve-
Washnigton D. C.. born at t. 1
bristling: Guy looked so white. truthfully., What was the good of I ,
so haggard and worried that It gave saying; anything else? But the curtain BLUE PARASOL with initials"T. Mary'o;;, Canada. 58 years rsr>. George Manson, Jr., who was in I FREIGHT: SERVICE; neers! Soundly built to give years of fine service
her fresh shock.: He had no bat on falling on the first act was at. and satisfaction.
II" on handle Saturday. Key West for a month as guest of
and was wearing the' same clothes least a respite:,her tather went eat June 22, at Monroe Theater.I Mary van Klecck of X*w York: I Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell White and.' t.
that be had had on when she left be.UenL 4 piece Suite Bed Bench Chiffrobe and
of the box and she was to Reward if returned to 514 director of industrial s'uJ'cs; of i other relatives, left yesterday: YORK : Vanity
him In the ,
street but now be had a NEW
"desperate air and he did not give an Daphne bad a pair of glasses Margaret street.I jua25 I the Russell Sage Fwundalion, I afternoon for his home in,-Iiami.! $66.80; Bed Bench Chest and Vanity,

inch. Disregarding her father. bespoke levelled and was searching the I turn at Glenham, N. Y., 5:; years j I I I I finished Walnut, $56.00; Ivory and Green,
to Alison In Incisive SALESMEN WANTED r ,. i Attorney J. Lancelot Lester of and BOSTON<
a quiet house; she looked as bored as All.onfelL t gr $66.40; Green and Ivory, $66.40.J
rolce A sharp rap at the door of the I FERA left yesterday after i ii

-"I must speak to ,ou.- box made her turn. LIFE PROTECTION Large list t Richard Crooks of &!a2'ii1. K I noon for Miami and other parts of, From Key Weit alternate Friday I FREE WITH EACH SUITE: Beautiful Bedspread

What do yon want to say?" She Coma In." of prospects: waiting. Want cap- J., famed tenor. born at T'entdn, the state on business and expectsto i From New York alternate Tuec

glanced apprehensively at Robert "I saw you sitting here and wondered able aggressive representativesin N. J., 35 y ars ago. be gone for: about one week. I days Terms: 1.5 down and 1-3 each month for

who. snorted. If I might Introduce myself Key West and adjacent cities. 3 months or 10 cent discount for cash with
From Boston alternate SaturdaysLi.
If! yon could spare me one minute I
again. Ton don't remember me. Liberal Comm.scions, 501 Ililde- ;
Robert former Canadian
alone Sir Borden ORLEANS t. KEY WEST order.
Madame He bowed low *> .
perhaps brandt Bldg., Jacksonville Fla. Prime Minister, born at .. .. .. ArrlKer ..
Robert broke !In. 1 forbid yon to Alternate \\> y
the hand that Daphne held out
do anything of the kind Go and over Into her jan243txWANTED : Grand! Pre, N. S., 81 years ajo. f Foster and Charlotte- Wr.t ..-.. dar f.ll. l"*.
up eyes. Henry in
wait with Daphne and let me deal -Of 1 do!"she said warmly.
course The Hoosier SchoolmasterNeil CLYDEMALLORYine LONG'S FURNITURE STORE
with thla-thla- choked back -Alison. I must Introduce yon. Thisis BumsteadsWormSpp /
I Hamilton-Irene Hervey.in *
the last word glowering at Guy. Senor Gompes-my fiance's daughter. .
But Alison stood her ground. Miss Rede." SHELL QUOTATIONS DIRECT ... HONEYMOON LIMITED 1 K. HMITIT. Aae '
.j rhnOfm "a mucH of tain-y.itftorot. .- ,.,.." Key JW e t ,:
"Jnkt a moment father.And to Alison bowed gravely to the man FROM COLLECTOR, shipped. .... mn f.is.wd. IT ibsVkBI Mmtinee 10-15ct Night 15-2Sc -- ------
GUT. "If! you've anything to say I whom she had last In basement rAILH. I>Mi>lt. earcilr sad rmnimmmt .
seen a fob. Heart Clam Panama Fight .," *>t HAHiTOMN. n cmitalM fall d. -- --- ------ -- --- -
think you'd better say it here. room holding Daphne In his ing Conch, Pink Conch, etc., il... s"at T.i e tbalttwaoId .Tcrrwkwt*)
They bad the hall to themselves) or by
: arms: while Daphne herself rattled and Shell Lamps. Turner Mfg.I B>t C. AhMO.. M. J- I'hUI4e1:11.1Uulul7 .
Perter. with the discretion of 1
a goad
'What's to Lon
on. brought yon over Co.. Ventnor, N. J. jun21.6tx -
servant, had retired probably toUteD don? Ton don't often desert your ///
from behind the baize door. Alison. Senor Compel '
country :
own I c
WANTED Smrll outboard motor
"WeUr barked Robert owns the lovely hotel where, Bob SPENDYOUR / %
cheap. Apply Electrician Flor- FIRMS
1 only want to say this Guy and I are going for our honeymoon." 1 :

spoke. to Alison; when he stood likethat. Daphne was going to spend her .I ida East Coast Railway.jun26ltx. :

so near and looking at her honeymoon In the hotel belongingto

ahe felt' herself weakening.; "You'vefound her lover! Alison's confusion must I VACATION

oatt>f course. that what ,I have shown In'her face,'for she met WANTED-3000 Key Westers to 1
wasn't trni'I'tab I Who Rush To Give You Service-Patronize Them
told I Tinder-
yon Senor Compel eyes fixed on her thoroughly; enjoy themselves on ; THIS YEAR IN : \
hand your being angry. But will yon with swift interest Fourth of July. Apply duringthe i y

believe me when I tell you that I But Daphne noticed nothing, for morning at South Beach.'I FLORIDAww
had a perfectly sound reason for not I
she rattled on. "Such a delightful Kappa Pi Clnb. jun26-Ct
.telling the truth? Its rather a long spot You'll love It. Alison. It was \
tory and I can't tell It to yon now-" iorgour
old farmhouse
originally an Spanish -
h'" glanced quickly at Robert who ,but Senor Compel has turned. FOR REN1 JOHN C. PARK AMERICAN COFFEE ROSES THIS SPACE"
stood swelling with barely reined It Into the most charming little hotel Now Offered in 3 Grades,
anger "but can yon believe that?" yon ever saw I don't think rye BICYCLES-WE RENT by the II1"I
ever seen anything so attractive.It's I Hour Day or Week. Repairmakes I I 328 SIMONTON ST.STAR, ItJ 25ci;
know"Alison was honest '
L only two years since he boughtthe all and paint them with LARGO, ItJ .18c; SPECIALTY
; Difficult not to believe him when place but It'. getting quite well- No-Enamel. We full Insertions
carry a
he stood there looking like a penI-- known already Isn't Itr supply of parts. Agent for the Our Volume II v. & s., Ib 15c. .
tent schoolboy. Yet- P
"Oh. I hope so. The man's big. Rollfast and Dayton Bicycles.' I Buy It At Your Local PLANTS and VINES
_?Could yon Just tl'7r There wasa velvet-dark eyes had not left"AU.on' '
And sell them low 5.00 and Turnovers'
faint glimmer of hope In his eyes face. In his own way he''y i i down and: $1.00 as per week.as We I Grocery Store : PER MONTH

now." ooselse. Don't listen to the tel exceedingly type was not good-looking one that appealed, but the to Buy and Sell all makes of used Depend On DURO PUMPS Road in Key/Neat bJ"";: : SOUTH FLORIDA

low. Alison!" her father broke In.Haven't Bicycles. Phone 276. J. R. "
Alison: she thought tht be'ap
Stowers 516 Dnval The Goodness STAR COFFEE MILL
we heard enough about company '
peared both conceited'uil effeminate. PLUMBING SUPPLIES NURSERY

elm Would?" you mind telling me. sir.' something. But now else.her mind. was busy..*oa street., apr9-tf Of Our 512 Greene. .. $3 e 00

what yon have heard?" COTTAGE FOR RENTr-Com- PHONE 348 Phone 256
"You I
know the"hotel well? She BARBECUESANDWICHES PHONE 597
Guy's voice was cool harder than put the question casually enough to pletely furnished with linens

his own. Daphne. and new Frigidaire. Apply 625

".. heard enough to damn you "Oh. yea that's why rm longing Division street. ;un201wkI 1! HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE

'in the eyes of any decent person!" for yon to sea it." Daphne replied at I SELECT SEA FOODS -READ-.
Robert Bung It at him."1 don't won- once. PIANO TUNING INSURANCE

jler that you're ashamed to use your Alison had the sense of being 5c THE KEY WEST
i Ih.
own name threatened by an 'unseen danger PIANO TUNER Laureano Mo- Jewfi.6. 2 i

"Would yon mind being a little which comes sometimes when a person reno. Excellent piano for sale Yellowtail Steak 2 0... 35c Office 319 Duval Street

more explicit Cool and dangerous Is moving In the dark. Surely cheap. 1018 Division street. I Yellowtail 0. Bone 2 IIN. 25c SUNDAY STAR .
Th. pale blue eyes had a fighting Daphne had said she had not seen jun24-lmo
glitter In them now. I Grouper 2 Ih.. 25cSpper fl25e
the place since she was quite a glrii, TELEPHONE NO.1 -
Robert snorted like an angry bull. Yet It now seemed ib* had been ROOMS 2 16.
"Perhapa you'll understand If I I SabmpbtJlI.,2 Po Year
there within What s
two years was M.Uo. Fiala, 2 Ib.. 25c
tell yon that rYe beard .U about a she playing at. and what part in'the SANDWICH SHOP Try Your M..1a At
"THE IUNRO"-Rooms $2.00 "rUE-
Key" W es t', Only I Sunday -
lady named Trevor. retorted. '
belonged to this slender
game and week. 503 Duval Street FRESH SHRIMP
$2.50 $3.00
-Ah! May I ask who told that per
yon ? Paper Dtlmonico Restaurant
smooth-faced sallow
young )t.You
Double and Single. 128 N. E. Curb Service
untrue and slanderous ,
are going there. Madame?( DELIVERY
story?" Guy seemed unmoved except He put that to Daphne but he was., 4th Street, Miami, Fla. I FREE PROMPT Business Office Citizen Su4lw.l..r Beer ______ 110

for a faint hint of menace In still looking at Alison.axtnt at her jttne26-lmox LOWE FISH COMPANY Building SI& C..r. Di..ra, -----.
his level voice.
with admiration which aha found
"Ton may. But rm under no obligation embarr ..ID PHONE 151 P H 0 N E 51 ------ SOc 75. .... Us
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to answer. Robert snapped. (c."u..JpJl.lI".I."
"Ton! didn't hear It by any chance

+ from a Mrs de Golly,or she may call Daphns. trio, tomorrow, to think; '
; .r a wsy te war *ar father .t a AARON McCONNElL Our i. 'Wl'a
R herself Poynter trap. Hotel Reputation P PRITCHARD
t 538 Fletuiag Street JENNIE B DE BOER
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package .
ped .very
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"Miami's Most Popular Hotel"N. ofDONE

\ P & O. STEAMSHIP Co. E. 1st Street at Biscayne Boulevard c:: PRINTING DIalfW, s.tltet1c -

UNITED STATES FASTMAIL Overlooking; Bayfront Park and Biscayne Bar" Cartep

Opposite Union Bus Station NOTARY PUBLIC

Effective March lady 1935 One Block from Shopping: District WATCHMAKER, JEWELER ---THE-: r rAND -
And Amusements
r Leave Key West for Havana Wednesdays and Saturdays, ENGRAVER AaMJa.- S.rti.d -

Leave Havana for Key West Thursdays and Mondays ALL PRICES REDUCED
Leave Key West for Port Tampa Thursdays and Mondays Citizen Bldg. LADY ATTENDANT
Single Room with Bath ,. ?..? $1.50 Citizen Office
v 6:30 P. M. Hunt t t. lZ-1 t. 8
ta. Double Room with Bath -_.._..._...._..._.,.. 2.00 PHONE 5 1 .
Ticket, Reservations and lafonaatior. at Ticket Offic. .
Open Saturday NI.... .. S48 Nsw ShIP
1. Dock. 'Pa._ 71 \ ALFRED SIMONS,.Manager

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