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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: July 8, 1935
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
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I Associated Service.Press Day Wire I) 1& a-:' Key West, Florida, has the

1Ir'tJ t5t Citizen! most equable weather in the


I For Beet 65 Interests Yean Devoted of Key West to the ..... r"1l- ; range country of; only with 14"an Fahrenheit average



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VOLUME LVI. No. 161. KEY WEST, FLORIDA, MONDAY, JULY 8, 1935. PRICE FIVE CENTS




I Sentiment Now Being Sought InBilliondollar CRIMINAL COURTCONVENESTODAY i GOLD. MINING= BOOMS BAGUIOMLEHIGHIiPHILIPPINE !Price Says President Still Sticks To 'New


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Lottery Measure FOR JULY TERM I I" DESPITE UNREST'IN' ISLANDS, Deal' Philosophy Despite Reverses In Court


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Bill! Introduced ,By Rep WORLD HUNGERS VENIRE (Br Associated Pr...) I -
REGULAR AND SPECIAL'
BAGUIO Philippine.. July 8.-:' nlation of 10,000. It is one of FUNERAL RITES r PALMS USED INBEAUTIFICATION Roosevelt Insists That His

resentative From New FOR PEACE SAYS OF JURYMEN DRAWN; In the face of political _ertai.He. .- the most famous resorts in the

.. ** ', Orient. In spite of its location in
THREE CASES HANDLED Bagnio, do luxe" mining HELD SUNDAY FOR Program Be Completed
Jersey For Government camp, i i.. on the boom and expects the tropics, it always is cool

GENERAL BOOTH DURING MORNING to increase its gold and silver ..t.1 enough for woolens though freezes Regardless Of Many\ Obstacles .

SupervisionBy put 50 percent in 1935.A are unknown. ATWELL FAMILYSERVICES

mile-high resort town, den The town has modern churches, DAHE VARIETY BEING PLANT.ED CitedBy

COMMANDER OF SALVATION Criminal court of record for oped under this American regime, hotels, clubs and schools.! High-

I Baguio is center of the Philippine ways in the vicinity are paved CONDUCTED AT AT LIGHT STATION
HERBERT PLUMMER ARMY MAKES WIDE TOURIN Monroe convened this and the mines
(By Aaaaelat Preeat county ; gold production which already rive are at a convenient I AND DEPOTA
als commuting distance from the PRITCHARD'S UNDERTAK. BYRON PRICE
Alaska's
: and has been increasing
WASHINGTON. July 8.-There COMPILING DATA ON morning with Judge J. Vining
steadily in recent years. residential and business!! districts.! (Thief .f ttmnmm. The Aa.eeiaiedPre.
ING PARLOR REVS. PEELE .. .. .
; Wa .1.jttM
probably will be nothing done SITUATION Harris presidingCounty Solicitor Seven producing gold mines in large number of date palms The present extraordinary situation *
the area had a total output in AND SMITH OFFICIATED
about it during the present c... Allan B. Cleare, Jr., Sheriff K. O. 1934 of more than $10,500.000 at ANNIVERSARY I are being used in the lighthouse in congress is diffic.lt to

tress, but it be wise to keep (Rr AaMelate Ire.) Thompson and Clerk C. Sam B. the new gold price of $35 an service beautification program at
nay LONDON, July 8.-GeneralEvangeline ounce. Three additional mines already CELEBRATIONYesterday Hundreds of friends and the depot and at the light station. understand without going back to
sym-
watch en a bill in the Loose introduced Carry was in attendance. have started their mills Several of the larger specimensfor fundamentals! and the
Booth commander of I turning this year and four more I pathizers joined yesterday afternoon this work have been contributed examining
by Representative' Kenny of Judge Harris announced that with members of the families J. of *
are expected to start operations by Judge Vininp Harris "new deal' philosophy which nn
MaUs
the Salvation'"Armynoted" "a :: Fri ericus von
New 'Jersey and known .. H. R. following his usual custom of ope.-I soon.There Mietk-Liuba. H. D. W.. celebrated I I in paying the last sad tributes to I criminal court of record and by derlies it.
great hanger for .God and for is no such excited boomas his second anniversary as the Henry L. Atwell family, who Sheriff Karl O. Thompson.
840=: .-*<- i..c court with prayer, he had requested was known in the Yukon, but Smaller specimens are being'
Commodore and President of the met death in the flames which destroyed It is obvious that a largo section
peace" in the' world lour she has
there I I planted in row: alternating with
are virtually no capable
., Research
Rev. Shuler Peel. of Fleming II Oceanographic Council.
It' a proposal to create a government just completed.' mining men unemployed in "the The council is composed of independent their home at Leon street coconut palms, which Superintendent I of public opinion favors au

supervised and controlled Street Methodist church' to district. About 15,000 work\ at scientists who are interested and Flagler avenue early Friday Demcritt says will add to the'
early 0r.aiz.dLu.i.eu
adjournment.
"I nave billion-dollar lottery. preside. I enginers. The labor is chiefly In connection >with the date:'
marine asked
biolojry. Recently the The services at Pritchard's Fun- in particular has
believe that'another'war
to can palms attention i ts called to these
Folio wit tbe by Rev.' primitive Igorote tribesmen headquarters files of the council ; I I
A g prayer eral Home chancl, conducted by
the
subcommittee of
extremely trees which, in Key West! at this for a legislative armistice, sayingit
though some Chinese and Taga-
break out, he said. were transferred to Key West, :I
Peele the docket sounded i Rev. Shuler Pale of Fleming j I time are heat ily laden with delicious -
was logs class Filipinos,
busy and mean upper are and Commodore von Mictk-Liaba\ .
ways would confidence. Con.gressionaj
Asked about the Sino-Japanese used. I I expects a full scientific staff herein Street Methodist church and Rev : fruit.Prolifically. I promote

committee af the Louse took tke question General Booth said she aDd eases set for the, term. A..I Baguio has a permanent pop- the late fall. I I M. L. Smith of Ley Memorial)|' bearing trees with i'I leaders themselves had
church beautifully !
Methodist were hundreds of pound of fruit can :
meat made that alli
time to bold public hearings on had talked to the emperor of noun. was I -- I impressive. I seen at 901 Eaton street 1107 planned to adjourn long since,

the I, plait. board case had been con .................................................1 I During the services song numbers -| Fleming; street 910 I North Beach I
A Japan and found him
me anus petition is beingcirculated once, very many of the pending issues" are so
"In The Garden" by Ley 1331 White street and in the vacant -

among members re understanding.Will tinued. I ECONOMIC HIGHLIGHTS i!i: Memorial church, "Face. to Fiice"'. lot near the corner of William explosive politically that they

by Mrs.\ Flora Michael and "The and Caroline streets.
Talk Of Peace I Two venires of jurymen were I :
q.esti.g! that H. R. 8540 b. reported Old Rugged Cross" by the choir I would prefer to let the country
"ifi ybe I'll go to Japan and talk called, a regular venire of 18 anda f I the rites. '
added
to the floor of the .house: to him again," she added "and. irl: special venire of 12, making a Happenings That Affect the Dinner Pails, Dividend From solemnity the chapel to the cortege pro-I FERA OFFICIALS think them over for the pre..at.Yet .

this session for a vote. I do, I'll sure talk to him about total of 30.Names Checks and Tax Bills of Every Individual; National I ceeded to the city cemetery Mr. Roosevelt insists that

An organization known as the I peace." > I( on the regular venireare and International Problems InseparableFrom I'i school at the scholars grave side of Ley the Memorial Sunday I LEAVE ON TRIP: his program be completed.. \Vhi'!

On her tour, which embraced : Noel Baker, Wm. II. Knowles Local Welfare I church lifted their voices in farewell No comprehensive reply to that
I
National
Conference for Legalized India, Ceylon Australia, New!, Willie Parks, Grigorio Rodriguez, ............................o.................... I to the spirits of Dorothy Mac\ 1I question has been made publUT.7;

Lotteries has been formed to foster f Zealand, South Sea UUrV. Hawaii' Cecil Curry Mariano Cabrera.I The President's new tax pro i not what the President might I I and Sylvia Louise AUell. whoj II I I GILFOND AND OTHERS GO TO i by the White House, but certain

sentiment for such and America, the gt".. ,tl made a* Gifford it\!. Roberts, Ecauregard gram was greeted with amaze- have expected-and it is extremely I I were popular members of the I j| JACKSONVILLE FOR otherwise unconnected feature" of
a proposal I
t hundred speeches to tOU/'JO peo-, Lowe, Eugene C. Finder, Louis} ment by the nation-including : doubtful if he will be able to 1 I I chtrch schooL { I the situation combine to shed
as that offered by the New Jersey practically all Congressmen, save i muster his usual Congressional .After the services the bodies of I j I CONFERENCE
Arnold Octavio Lacedonia '
Ygna-
pie in 34 days. Her record was] tt.e husl.an for the Administration floor behind it.
support Congressmen r
eight meetings ,addressed in one) cio Avila, John T. Olsen, Charlie tal
congressman.A t leaders who had been informed and the wife. Olive V. At..ell'J j I processes_ .. ,
day.. ..are being deluged,with .letters ( '** .a. -_'tsy 1
concerted' drive;' I Key Charles Tift, :Wm. A. Albury, what was coming. protesting the existing burden of one large casket and tKose j M. E. Gillond. administrator of Government' Duty
has been Inspected Army's Work P. Tedder Albert I
George and Mae I
children. Dorothy Sylvia the FERA in West B. C.f
The amazement was due lees to taxation and they will naturally Key ; On numerous occasions Mr.
started to get H. R. 8540 before She saw for herself the army'swork Saunders. I'' t I Louise Henry Vernon end Gerald Moreno engineer and Clifford G.
the terms of the than 'be chary of increasing it further.
program top ; I I Roosevelt has said he wanted to
among the criminal tribes "On the special venire the into the
are j i Kenneth lowered
] were Hicks, local head of the purchasing
the house this the fact that the President should, In the opinion of the well-in-I -
cession and if it '
of India the l lepers in India, Java names of: J. M.\ Varela. Amando consideration'at tomb by Lamley Parks Gerald I department left yesterday for I I see "reform" and "recovery" intertwined .
put it forward for formed Wall Street Journal, the
fails, to advance the measure to and Hawaii the destitute children! Garcia, George Schreiber, J. Frank this Congressional session I bill will into committee will I',I Lloyd James Miller, Alfred Mona Jacksonville; joining J. Lancelot, in the accomplishmentsof
and aborigines in Australia and! Harris Charles W. Richards. Victor .i go ticino Kerr and RobertI his administration.
I I"must" j i Teddy Lester FEUA attorney, who left
such an advantageous position which is already far behind schedule be treated as if it were on the I
the inebriates' island in New Zeal-, Arenberg. Charles M.\ Curry I I Knowles. friends of the deceased Saturday afternoon. lie conceives it to be the pro
is weighed down with half a list for the current ses-|I
that it will have to be considered I Benjamin E. Russell, James Russell j family, acting as pallbearers. Conferences are to be held in ent duty of the government not
land.She
dozen or so. other proposals! of the sion-but will be put over until!'1
I found that Dr. William II. Miguel Castillo.! John M. Russell Many floral offering, tributes Jacksonville with Julius F. Stone,f only to get the country out or tho
by the next congress' first importance and which seems' next year when it is found that it
li Noble, director of the army's Trav- and Robert Watkins. j of sympathy from friends and svm- Jr.. former Florida administrator depression, but to re-make the
to have little chance of adjourning will necessitate too long a delay.There .) ;
i A 20.800-To-l Shot 1 ancore (India) hospital and physi- Sheriff Thompson was advised before the middle of September was one other important\1 1legislativt" I pathizers, today mark the last resting C. B. Treadway, director of Federal -I social and industrial fabric aj a't

Kenny's proposal is that the J cian to the maharajah of Travan- that both venires are returnable I : place of the once happy family works operations and Conrad I precaution against future! cri.-c, ,,
in spite of industry's devout} act during the week in
lottery be conducted upon the core, was the Cornell boy she "con- tomorrow morning, 9:30: o'clock.t wish that it would wind up its review. The House Committee I' that was in a fev minutes destroyed Van Hyning, Florida relief director. -I I Starting with this obviously deep-
) verted to the army at one of her Three defendants were (( in the most tragic catastrophe } seated conviction, circumstances
basis of the business and home. Experts i came out with approval of a Public
government taking 40 go say,
meetings years ago. the bar this morning' upon their I i in the history of Key West. At the conclusion of the busi-I have served to promote his insistence
ticket that it would take at least a i Utility Holding Company bill I
per cent of a $2 and devoting stating they were ready to enter ness session it is expected Mr. on such a course.
month to properly draw such a which is in sharp contract with the
60 cent to participationa1l'ards plea of guilty. and Mr. After the NRA decision the
Mr.
per Stone Treadway
SKATING RINK bill as the President proposes, andas bill that passed the Senate. Where MANY ARRIVE
)
Mores Green colored pleaded question whether the
or prizes. He would have Van Hyning, and possibly E. A. was "newdeal"
much or more time to get it; the latter provided for the elimination
guilty to a charge of assault and Pynchon. assistant to Mr.\ Tread- would fold up or find new
one grand award of not more through the Congress. j of holding companies, the
battery and sentenced to EXCURSION methods of It
FOKHILDREN was paya way, will accompany the Key West carrying on. never
The President's in' House to
than $120,000 and ) the plan belongs measure proposes
$500 as fine of $25: or spend three 'contingent on the return and has been Mr. Roosevelt's habit to
the "share-the-wealth" } stringently regulate them. Im-
minimum.To months in the county jail. category. while here the new works and pro f surrender without a fight. lie
It includes increased income taxes'in mediate result of this was a rise
produce a billion dollars Willie Blue also colored, pleaded jects programs will be announced. showed fight plainly in his famou, ;
WILL BE PERMITTED TO USE and the higher brackets, and stiffer in utility security values. OVER TWO HUNDRED CAME.
to conference
guilty being a vagrant I' press remarks about
revenue as the government's 40 inheritance and
,
corporation gift
SAME TWO common drunkard and was sen- IN YESTERDAY FROM NRA and the constitution.To .
per cent share, there would t be AFTERNOONS estate taxes. And it would do On June 15, a number of notes PLAN TO'.RESUMEWEEKLY I
-
r. ., e .
sold annually $2,500,000,000 of :OFfEACHWE: k county jaiL away with tax-exemption of government went: out from the State Depart- MIAMI open to question but certainly he
bonds. ment in Washington. Addressee} I
tickets. A total ,of 1,250,000,000 Adolph Paso nleaded guilty to a CONCERTSPROGRAMS I was aroused and the result was
1fn1 j f of and Of great significance was the to-the principal foreign powers.!i : "
told t t \ charge assault and battery that he enlarged his program and
tickets would be in a year or attitude of the principal Amer. they politely informed them that ,
Based'on Children 16 :years 'of age and was allowed to go with.a suspended !,; Interest in the Sunday excur- 1 demanded action on it-:ra. ,quite
104,166,666 month. all of which their annual installments the
a ican expressed -
under will be permitted to use the sentence rending good behavior newspapers on sions from Miami continues unabated BY, HOSPITALITYBAND natural reaction consid jng, bin
these figures the odds, against a I skating rink* at Coral t Isle Casino ,,' after which court was recessed their views in editorialson ,! -debt were doe and payable. and each Sunday there are IN personality and his preyiou* -con

ticket purchaser winning an. award two afternoons, a peek, the ,recreation ; until tomorrow at 9:30 a. the following day. I As everyone knew, all of the I i I many who take advantage of the TO,BE,PUT ON victions.

is 20,833'to'ohe. department of the Key The more extreme opposition notes with a single exception represented .!*.: attractive rates offered by the BAYVIEW PARK Farley Tells Story

The lottery tickets would be West Administration announced papers said that the President'sproposal I a waste of postage and I!,Florida East Coast Railway company a

purchaseable at post offices only. today. m.CORONER'S definitely aligned him effort. Every major power owing'I 'J' of $2.50 for the round trip, There remained the questiona -

One of the principal arguments The rink will be open Wednes- JURY with the left-wing LongCoughlinschool I i I this country money had previously!i!i tickets good: until Monday\ after concerts will be very large question in the mind:;
Weekly resumed of
sponsors of H. R. 8540 advance is days and Fridays for I of national economy. Middle -I, informed us! directly or indirectly i noon. I many congress me.nberahoW'I
younger; per of the ground for the I I II by the Key West Hospitality to get around the problem of con.
that a government controlled lot sons. hours are from 4 m. to TO MEET TODAY papers I that the installments would not be f Arriving yesterday were 227
t p. Band this it was I
night
: Thursday '
most simply said they be-I I stitntionality.
tery would keep in this country 630 p m.Three part paid. ; j actual excursionists exclusive of '
millions of dollars which; annuallyare < nights a week the ring is lieved the bill was wrong in prin.! Exception as in the past was I I others who are regular visitors i announced today. I On this point it la interesting to
The to start at 8
and that the President was programs are i 1 note some recent remarks of Pmt-
dumped into foreign to adults. ciple Finland, which remitted its 165. and employes at points between
open EXAMINING INTO CASE DEAL- dangerous ground. i o'clock and will be presented each i master General Farley, political
tries. coun-I i treading on 453. It is doubtful if anything: Miami and Key West. Most of the
Some papers were non-committal, in history has done so much to j visitors returned yesterday afternoon I week in Bayview Park. i spokesman: of the administration.
:
Kenny Classic ... ING WITH DEATHS IN
I i A. Barroso is director of the :
1 CUBA TRANSPORTS praising parts of the plan and promote respect for that little'I while a goodly number stay- Speaking at Elmira, N. Y., Farle/
Estimates are that as much as' I!I I band, and Thursday night George *
ATWELL FAMILY criticizing other parts. Relatively*, nation in the United States as its I ed until this afternoon.PLANNING said: ,
$200,000,000 each year goes out few papers approved of the proposal -I promptness in meeting its debt.I! I Mills White will attend the ocn- "Not long ago tne President

of this country. into foreign lot- 133 PASSENGERS in toto. Representative, The Senate showed its gratitude cert, acting as guest director for j told a story to the Washington

teries. I opinion was expressed by the At-'' 1 FORSPECIALSERMON some of the numbers. i correspondent! It concerned a
Investigation by the coroner's i I by passing a bill to appropriate
Kenny has dug into history to that 1 New York town. On the edge of
which said
lanta Constitution
jury into the burning of the real- I; $300.000 for erection of a dip-
prove that the lottery is nothingnew Steamship Cuba, of the P. and dence at Leon street and Flagler the plan "conflicts with the iomatie and consular building inI ; that town there was a ,bad grade

in this country. O. S. S. company sailed Satur I I avenue, and the resultant deathsof promise oft-repeated that there i I Helsingfors. COMING-! ;, crossing. The town authorities appointed -

He is fond of confronting the day for Havrna with 123 first class: the Atwell family, was con-: would be no tax increases during 1 America made war loans to A New Serial j a constable to mount

critics of his bill on moral grounds passengers, four second class, seven tinued from Saturday afternoon this session of Congress. .For twenty nations,for a total of $10- ; I{ guard at the crossing.

with the example of the Rev. automobiles, five tons of freight until 3 o'clock this afternoon. Congress to remain in session for t 338,000,000. Of that amount, REV. PEELS TO PREACH TO II {I I two years, a court de-

Samuel Seabury of whom Samuel and 570 sacks of maiL Approximately 25 witnesses the length of time necessary ,to $2,747.000.000 has been returned. CITY AND COUNTY I cided that the wrong civil au-

Seabury of New York is a de, Steamship Alamo arrived yesterday were summoned! to testify at the I enact the program. .would bea However overdue interest I I thority had made the appointment

scendant. Mr. Seabury participated!j morning from New York hearings which are being held by national calamity." ( payments continue to increase the OFFICIALSRev. I and that therefore the presence

in a lottery for the building of a, at 1:15 a. m. and sailed 4:45 for Peace Justice Rogelio Gomez. Many observers said that the debts which will probably remain I of the constable was unconi -

lighthouse at Sandy Hook which Tampa and New Orleans. The I coroner ex-offkio, in the county higher taxes on' income., etc...I forever in the category 'of repudiated i stitutional otherwise invalid.

still stands. On winning a prize,I vessel brought heavy consignments corrt house.: would simply stifle industrial obligations. I Shuler Peele, of Fleming '. Nevertheless, the man had watch-

he recorded in his diary: I I"The I Ivof freight for local concerns. Witnesses are being questioned initiative frighten investors and i Street Methodist church, is plan- | ed the crossing for two years and

ticket No. 5866 in the|i Lighthouse Tender Poppy sailed this: afternoon and it is expectel thus further retard recovery. On During May, the long-lagging ning a sermon to be preached to i. had been the meant of saving a
"
Lighthouse and Public Lottery of this morning for Rebecca Shoals I that a verdict may be reached to- the other hand, the majority of I I' construction industry reached its officials of both the city' and county t number of lives.

New York drew in my' favor by'| and Pulaski Shoals where W. J. night or tomo"", ,,,. commentators seem to favor the( high point of the year. Residential and any' others who may de- Farley was speaking at the mo-

the blessing of God Almig'hty,,t Schoneck assistant lighthouse en- provision for taxing government awards were larger than for sire to attend. ment of NRA; but his repetitionof

500 pounds!, of which I received,> gineer, will make inspections of GIVES TIMELY ALARM securities. Senator Byrd of Virginia I any month in 3 1-2 yean and ran Rev. Peele told The Citizen this the President's story occurred

435 pounds, there being a deduction -! the work on the structures.! The a conservative Democrat, at,I 81 percent ahead of a year ago.' morning he will send out personal \ at a time when the administrationwas

of 15 per cent for which I I vessel is expected to return.tomor- NANCY Franee.-Paul Les- once introduced a bill and a constitutional In spite of the lack of public works invitations according to a list to pressing for action on upwards

now record to posterity my thanks! row with a working party which seur, a crippled porter gave an amendment to make fccildings, non-residential construction be furnished by an official and the READY IADfIFE of a dozes measures openlyunder'

and praise! to Almighty God the{, was scaling: and painting Rebecca alarm and saved the lives of 30 that possible. registered a 22 percent special' cermon :will be delivered .? C0a,auasr. row attack on the score of con

giver of all good gifts" Shoals light structure. 1 guests in a hotel fire in this city. All in all, response to the bill is advance over A riL on July 28. stitutionality.


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;PAGE TWO THE KEY WEST CITIZEN
I MONDAY, JULY 8, 1935.
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bt gat 'iLih5i (: .: NEW WELFARE HEAD .a. factory bom at Boyiston, Mass.
-Ji KEY WEST IN I Died Sept. 18, 18 7 4.
I TODAY:'S WEATHER 1 11 Today' !
Pm>>>lUI" 4 Dally Except Sunday By Announcement is made of the appointment : -
TUB CIT1ErtJBU'HllG> ) CO, IXC.I. DAYS GONE BY J Anniversaries 1805-Samuel D. Gross noted
P. ARTSIAV president of Gerard Swope, president of I Pioneer American surgeon and
JOE ALLEN, Assistant B.alBesa Manger Happenings H.r. Jest 10 Years Temperatures IHighest cloudy with occasional showers I'I............ s..s...e. professor, author of standard medical .
the General Electric chairman .
:From The Cltlxca Building Company, as Ago Today A* Taken; From ..* -.- ., ._.. 89 tonight and Tnc:dav; moderate'' Ifi21-Jean de la Fontaine, texts born near Easton Pa.
Corner Greene and Ann Street. of the 1935 Mobilization for Human TIi. File Of Tie Chi... T Lowest ...... .. .. .... !'
I ::: : :::::: : :81Mean :; winds, mostly -ntherIy French fairy !tory' writer, born., Died in Philadelphia. May 6, 1884.
..::..--..::::: -- ---.._ 85! I Died April 13, 1695.
Only Dally Newspaper In Key West aad :Monroe Needs, succeeding Newton D. Baker, for- County Commissioners Brexton } Normal Mean ......_.............._.831! / 1836 Chamberlain,
County. / / 'P9 a;t r WII, Joseph
mer secretary of war, who has served as B. Warren and Hilton Curry, Rainfall I ( "R-1o$1I I famed EngVh& : statesman, born.
/
Entered at Key West. Florida, as second class matter : 1790 Fitz-Greene Halleck.
chairman for the last three years. County Engineer Joseph Watkins Yesterday's Precipitation .0 Ins. "I' !: Me. Died July 2, 1914.
FIFTV-MXTH TEAR and Clifford G. Bailey, civil engineer : Normal Precipitation._ .11 Ins. f! Jt1$ I New York banker's clerk popular:

Thirty-five national agencies are rep returned to Key West this I TfcU. rr r.r4 .....,'. :.-... .erid I poet and satirist o: his day bornat ,
Mmhr C the, Aa..e4M.d PressThe morning from various, points .on I ......c at S orlork thin ....al.l(. /4' \ ,. I Guilford, Conn. Died there 1838-Ferdinand von Zeppelin,
Associated Press Is exclusively entitled to use resented in the Mobilization, including the the keys where.they ha4 been on : Tomorrow's Almanac I i Nov. 19. 1867. German airship builder: born.
j
It fur or republication not otherwise of credited all news In dispatches this credited and also to Community Chests in some 400 cities, and an inflection" {tripof""work: pro- I Sunrises: .....-.-.--- ...... 5 43 a. m. I I ; _fb x1iShow.rs 1: Dedlarrh; : 8, 1917.
paper 4I
jectsl They 'rl'port" 'the completion' -!''Sun sets .... .... .. 7:21 mi I Oa
: p. 1/ t
the local news published here. it embraces most of the charitable and ; 1794-David Lee Child Mass.. i ijcurn'i't. | 1844-Mary J. Lincoln honsehcld -
relief of the Darnes,S editor worker in the: economist, author of
organizations of the country. These Key Largo, which completes the Moon sets '" ._ ._.._.12:01 a. m. "
EWTCRIAl> field of bettering conditions "Boston Cook Book, born at
Monroe county approach to Hade:' Tomorrow's Tides I Partly. Cloudy |
1f1N4T1ONAL I under I II the freed dives South Mass. Did in
organizations, the general directionof county. They have given all work. ;: A.M. r.M.I !I among founder i Attletoro.
/9-.5 Mr. Swope and assistant executives, especially that on the bridgea'1''High: _.......... :3::\fi 4:Oil: Florida: : Occasional shower!': tonight of the first American beet-!'ugar Boston. Dec. 2. 1921.STEAMSHIP.

SCBSCBIPTIO1! BATE careful inspection and pronounce;j,, Low _... -.. ......__10:09 9:22 and Tee'dav. j .. .- --._- -
.One Tear -.,_ -110." will make their annual appeal for funds everything perfect and up to ! Six Months .COO for the financing of their work. The bridge and approach i j[I, Sea: level! 29.88. I j :Moderate wind: mostly south or j j
.Three Months\ ,I.U Representatives of these organizations were built by the Tide- ____ I southwest and parity overcast j, Co.
One Month .85 water Construction chile' WEATHER FORECAST weather tonight and Tuesday: with I P&O
company
Weekly .20 will meet at the White House on September the drawbridge constructed'I 1)[ occasional s.ower3. : UNITED STATES FAST
was I I
MAIL ROUTES FOR
ADTEHTISI.NO RATES 27, on which occasion the President by the Champion Construction I i (Till 8 p. m., Tuesday) ; East Gulf: Moderate: winds

ilade known"oa application. will be the principal speaker, and definite Company. Both of Fort Lauder-i i| Key Went ana Vicinity Partly mostly soatherlv and partly o\er I PORT TAMPA-HAVANA-WEST INDIES
I dale. tat weather to"iht and Tuesday: Effective March 18th. 1935
reading notices SPECIAL, cards NOTICEAll of thank., resolutions of I, plans for the campaign will be made. Mrs. First Ward in the November election ,; with occasional shoAc, !"s. I Leave Key West for Havana Wednesdays and Saturdays
Roosevelt will again serve as chairman of <:. Mr I Cash is a former ocun + 12.20 P. M.Leave .
respect obituary notices, ets, will be. charged for at Coming as to their J I
a surprise I
the rate of 10 cents a line. the national women's committee of the many frienda lathe announcementof film+. ".. .,.......l re.ved at th a t'ime I I WEATHER CONDITIONS j| I Havana for Key Wet Thursdays and Mondays,
when Leave Key West for Port and Mondays
entertainments churches many activities were Wing, Tampa Thursdays
Notice. for by from which the of Miss Jennie .
s rcTrnae, Is to be derived are 6 cents a line. Mobilization.Mr. marriage brought before the body for con- : Pressure is moderately low this i C:30 p. M. I
Di Piazza to Keith Howe. U. S. N. I
The Citizen Is an open forum and Invites discussion Swope the new chairman, is which took place yesterday in the:' --deration and he always acted fort!!: morning from the lower Lake region : I Ticket, Reservations sad Information at Ticket Office ea UeDch
of Issues and subjects of local ......ralIllter..t .....
public or !'I that ho believed to be the best southward to the Gulf ofj .P. 71
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known as one of the most liberal and pub office of Judge Hugh Gunn. who
but it will not publish anonymous communi interests of the Mexico! w.th; .
' officiated. The only attendant city. : a slight! di5tUf bion"e > iI. COST.Mt, A,..t, I
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cations. lic spirited industrial leaders in the
coun- central South
... over Georgia and l ]
the Mi'
at wedding as s Josephine|
lie is C2 i I I'ditorial Comment 'Sidt'walk' Carolina Atlanta and Charleston. .. .
"try. years old, and began his Gigera close friend of the bride.]I -- -- ----- -
i 1 'dances form of J9.74 inches. Shower
popular
are a sportin ; and thunderstorms -
,.I. ;. THE KEY WEST CITIZEN career as a helper with the General Elec -- '
: snirie cities'and are occasional- have curreil during '
"tric. Company'at the age of 22, after grad- Four hours of the first! ":ir',1, ly seen: in Key West when a pet ,. the lat 21 hours throughout most "
J.- v uation in electrical ales of Mrrtello: Towers lob in]l tnba hn toe on a broken of the Atlantic States extreme 1
engineering. He
WILL always seek f pie truth and print it wasa the Burbanks subdivision ended i We'will pleased: to have you consult about
of sidewalk.
; I I .here?,. i fC'tern Lake region, and northern -
without fear and without favor; never befraid't member of the Army general staff dur- with the announcement thil !Sloe( ---- I| Plains States the rainfall l being how you can
; ... attack wrong'' tt to applaud Tight; : ing 'the World War, and served as assistant amounted to 225000. The-total' ;Jtrvand: Mrs. James Hyde, 1024 heavy at Tampa. Fla1.48
: includes sales made by the Ladd''| Virginia street, announce the inches Thomasville, Ga.. 1.14 .
always fight for progressVnever be' the'or. director of purchase, storage and traffic, !i "
; company in Key West and by the i[ birth of twins a boy and girl, at inches and tevils Lake N. I
gan or the mouthpiece of any person clique being awarded the distinguished service Burbank company in Miami. Offi-:I I their home yesterday. 'I' 1.74 inches Cooler weather .
faction or class; always do its utmost for the medal, as well as decorations from France cials of the company are enthusiastic -f j I I IvaiU this morning in the n"I.I Build Buy, or
and Japan. over the receipts and are; A resolution unanimously. passed :, lake region and 1 Ohio \' ; I
public: welfare; never tolerate corruption or convinced that the entire subdivision -! :'
) by city council last night requests while .
temperature generally
tre: Refinance Your Homeor
injustice; denounce vice and praise virtue; Under his leadership the important will be sold before the end I!I the board: of county, com- !stove the seasonal average in then! !
commend good done by individual or organization welfare work of the Mobilization may be of the week. I I nn "*ioners to investigate the cost !'.I remainder of the country cart ofj! I
to forward with its of hold me a special' session of the I the Rocky Mountains an.l' lead-
; tolerant of others' rights, views and expected go customary j jiners
John A. Roker in this J legislature to the Monroe "
announces j reenact I are abnormillj high in ti j repair or modernize any type of
opinions;, print only news that will elevate effectiveness. issue of The Citizen his candidacy|j County Water Supply District i' Plains States, with maximum temperatures r
and not contaminate the reader; never compromise for: the office of Chief of Police. hill. and that they request the around i 100 degrees yesterday !- i building; on insured credit
with SYNTHETIC WONDERS He has served eight years in the) special session if the cost is not I in portion;= of Kansas. '
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principle.IMPROVEMENTS (capacity of sergeant of police and j deemed prohibitive and will be Arkansas and northern Texas.
two years as captain. He believes]I presentd to that body today;. J. 'I i 'I
Scientific research, whereby new and his record warrants: him in making I i P* a a ; The First National Bank of Key West
I BENJAMIN LOPEZ
useful materials produced from sub- the race for chief. Members of the Ladies Ax! Society I
are
FOR KEY WEST of Memorial church,"in conjunction -i FUNERAL HOME i
ADVOCATED BY 'THE CITIZEN stances hitherto of little or no value goes Duncombe L. Cash son of the I with the Woman's Chrisitian Serving Key West Approved Mortgage Under the
on apace, in spite of the depression.One late W. D. Cash, who was one of I Temperance Union will give I Half Century I
of the most noteworthy accom- Key West's prominent merchants an entertainment tonight for the 24 Hoar Ambulance Service 1
1. Water and Sewerage. announces in this issue of The benefit of the boy scouts who will Licensed Cmba.mer i FEDERAL HOUSING ADMINISTRATION ,
plishments of chemistry is seen in the long Citizen his candidacy for the of-I leave this week on their annual Phone 135 Night 696-Vi II 11
2. Bridges to complete Road to Main- list of products now made from ordinarycoal fice of city councilman from the, encampment.

land. tar. It is the basic ingredient of aspirin ..
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3. Vree Port. ; of which 3,700,000 pounds were produced a i' .. '. ..... .. .

4. Hotels and Apartments in a single year. It is also used in

5. Bathing Pavilion. the synthetic production of many other

6. Airports--Land and Sea. medicines, dyes, flavoring extracts, per-
.. fumes and molded plastic materials.The .
7. Consolidation of County and City I
Governments. odor of practically every flower

may be simulated by artificial means.

Thus a combination of citral and acetone

Investment in get-rich-quick schemes gives the fragrance of violets; oil of citro- 4 -

often results in get-poor-quicker. nella is treated to produce lily-of-the-

valley; the odor of lilacs is derived from

Most\ of the people who borrow moneyare turpentine, and. so on.

optimists beyond ordinary reason and Cellulose, derived from cornstalks, vr 4 -.

average intelligence. peanut hulls straw, wood, or sugarcane

refuse known as bagasse, i is further treatedto

Much\ of the pessimism prevailing in produce rayon and cellophane. It is also

Key West is merely mental and not used ,in the manufacture of synthetic resins ;.... a<< : who' there ?
actually based on cause.It for lacquers and plastic materials, and y>>f c ? goes

even for the generation of gas.

Chemical acids and sugar for animal '
seems strange but at last )it appears -
feeds are extracted from sawdust. Casein :'Vhestedields' :.
a few Congressmen are looking into '!J ::
the constitutionality of a proposed law be- derived from' skimmed milk is a principal .,, ,., ,.I' .
." ingredient of buttons, fountain pens, elec- I

foie voting for it. tric- light fixtures and other molded prod-' ti'A t: ,:;:t f :ft the CoptoinSir. ....

........ acts, and is also used in soap shoe polish, 'S, i J'J' .
Our! sympathy should go outgo those" }photographic plates paints and in textile e r L c .&t1i e1d ,.. ,.?
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.nil It" '
poor and middle-class people who are i being .

misled by this "soak-the-rich"' smoke printing.The list of synthetic wonders mightbe advance( and

screen. When the government starts soak-
extended to a great length, and new
ing the corporations and indus-
soaking the
ones are being constantly added. Future give counter-sign
trial or land investors, the poor and mid- developments along these lines can not be
dle-class will experience the soaking and
foreseen but it is safe to say that they will
will pay because they have to buy.
be of tremendous importance.


As soon as Congress adjourns the FAKE ANTIQUESAs ?J; ih

public can stand up and cheer. For so :

long as the lawmakers remain in the be- Barnum so truly said, people like ,

guilding atmosphere of Washington thereis tfS be humbugged, and few fields offer ,!r

no telling what will happen. But whyis greater opportunities for indulging their

this so, isn't Congress a most important love of humbuggery than buying of antique ..,2,

,body, perhaps the most, and supposedly *.-paintings, fiddles furniture and .-- ., ..

representing the will of the people? Yet what not. :1'

we are filled with dread when it convenes, A Missouri paper tells of vast quan- tI : '. ,

and rejoice when it adjourns. tities of "ancient" candlesticks which have i, .. .

f. ::. been sold to tourists as relics of poineers ;. .' ',nr

We do not agree with Brisbane when who settled the Ozark county. It declares ,. ,. ; '

lie says that probably :Mussolini has not that more "antiques" of one kind and '.< r,i...' '. Hf'I ':

even heard of Joe Louis, the conqueror of another have been sold than could be

Camera, Italy's idol. II Duce has been crowded into all the present homes and : ;

watching the career of II Ponderoso with barns of that region. It relates that one

pride and unquestionably feels hh down- mn paid $1,400 for a walnut stump to be

fall. Some writers have gone so far as to manufactured into "antique furniture used ..: :,",,; t eY

',tate that the Italian dictator will take his by Missouri pioneers." 't :"-? -. _

chagrin out on Ethiopia. His snappy answer Which recalls the statement of a wag I ; .. ,' .

to Captain Eden seems to bear out to the effect that the natives of Samoa 1f

this statement, far-fetched though .it may make a living by selling copra and Robert (

seem. Louis Stevenson's inkstand. O tst5t.USSJTT It Mm TOBACCO Co. f -
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_ rEvelyn M. WinchChapter RODRIGUEZ CAVE LOSING

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42 I ly.' "'It'. true yon see. That Is my Chapter 43 the dial. she heard Daphne: whisper; ) I I ..........::. ...............:::. :.... .........I SAFETIES; SCORE STOOD 3
LIES real name. 1 lied to you Bob. I NEW '. behind.bet "Get' her to the train.! CARDS DEFEATCINCINNATI
'j; *>CY LCMLEY told'me himself.1 didn't dar to tall yo%. 1 was too J THREAT Bob!She'll be all right then! We can FOLLO TO 2 AT END OF CAWS

vJ there were two bright pink afraid! Ton mlght're beard those "TE QL'ETRede! put his hand get married by the Consul at 't Wltf.CfovEHROUGHj
stories You might have realised 'I I INTWOCONTESTS ;
Calais!
,pot*,Alison's l cheeks two flame suddenly and roughly across ,
pf< UKel'Ulat.. had whisked that 1 .was Mrs. Poynter: who wassupposed'to t "Hullo Is that Scotland Yard! (By JOVE)
you be a ,murderess! r Alison mouth."111 not allow you' to Who did one ask for. Alison won eee.e..e.e..e..e..e..e..............esessss.t i The Aeevedo Stars defeateda
your husband .off In an airplane bcanM *-
you were afraid." "My poor' 'darting! !" say such things!" dered. "Hullo Yes. I want tospeakp' Water Pickle at it again: Alabama Pitts!! will play prof*... team picked by Lennie Lkata
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"1 howl! That's his story. The "So.;t vent "back to ny maiden, I 1 Alison tore herself free pushing Dear fans: 1 I sional 10 tb:1lI.-i Brooklyn nest I II in a baseball:: game played yesterday -
story ha told everyoneDapbne name+Snmers. With a gesture; i him away.h "Click! The receiver: fell back Under the "share the wealth"plan I> fall provided it will not interfere'I afternoon at the Navy Field

was tragically p&tlut.rhat.. I ot resignation{ she slid Robert's dla- | don't care what yon say!" she across its stand as Daphne's hand NEW YORK GIANTS DOWN of Mr. Roosevelt Uncle Sam I I I with his baseball career .After by the score of 3 to 2.
mood off her held
ring finger It oat j closed like a tin her wrist;
cried."If want to run into a trap. upon will get just 58 percent of Brad- two of married bliss with E. Rodriguez pitched shutout
wanted to-to finish what I'd begun to him. "I'm almost glad. Bob. that !i I you In of herself. Alison screamed DODGZRS; CHICAGO CUBS I i'I years
y tttd so i carried my' husband away! she's found out!" ,! I'm not goipg to. that's all! And you for spite the pain was sharp and sudden. dock's savings"I" j Lupe Velez, johnny Weissrauller hall for the Star: until the ninth

It never seemed to strike Lumley' Alison caught her breath Her can't make me!" "Leav go! You're hurting my TRIUMPH OVER PITTS- (Signed) WATER PICKLE. J is managing/: prize fighters. ..DizI when a hit by Crindel, an error

that apart from anything' else I'd father had gone white. He turned apologizing. "1 don'tknow wrist!" the girt gasped. Her father's BURGH PIRATES I Ixy Dean thinks the Giants!! should i and a sacrifice by Licata gave the

not mach motive considering that Daphne! He caught her to him what's come over her!" arm was round her waist now. he Another letter was sent to Casey win the National League flag. .I I picked outfit two rune.AVkkers. .
his death left m. a beggar!" I There that the Cuba on the mound for the
pleading. "Daphne darling don't Daphne stood In her bedroom door, was holding her kindly but very Stengle. it was worded something are rumors
"Yon didn't know about the an talk like that; Do you suppose I drawing on her gloves firmly. Daphne's hand slid up to All like this: ; will train this coming year at losing nine hurled a good game.
until husband dead!- what !"* saeelal t. The nlt_.) Hollywood, Fla. Jack Doyle a At bat the leaders were: Vflla-
unity your was care people say "It's that man""Lumley son's elbow, gripping it 'Just above Casey! Stengle
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Alison Bung that at ber. "Yon said "Oh. Bob ." I the JoInt. as she shook her tead. YORK, July 8.-Dizzy }Manager/: Brookyln Dodgers. Broadway bookmaker: will take no real. Armando -.n-J: AI Acevedo for
sO yourself. In a restaurant to that Daphne swayed suddenly' towards ? he looked startled. "Let go of me!" Alison tried to and Paul Dean starred as they I! Brooklyn N. Y. more bets on the New York Giantsat the Stars and Brindel' and Rueda
man Gompez!" him; bill arms closed: nand her. "Yes. She's seen him this morn- writhe free but Robert had her fast world champion Cardinals! swept' any odds simply because he be- for the picked: team.E. .
"Did Dr. Lumley say that?" Alison sprang forward. I ing. Sbe probably slept at his bouse He pushed ber gently' down Into a their series With the Cincinnati Dear Casey: I lieves they're already in the world Rodrig-iez struck out six! opposing

Daphne seemed almost shocked. Sbe "Father! Please Dont believe last night." Daphne stated it calm chair as Daphne let go. Reds by taking both ends of a I According to the public prints,!, series. .The parade of the circus: batsmen and Vickers

turned back to Robert pItifully. her! She's lying:! She sent those I ly. "No! Sit down!"he ordered,as she doubleheader before 15,000 fans. Bill Terry of the Giants has his I j| a giant has ended. Primo Camera whiffed five.

"Tou know. 1 don't believe there's telegrams wrong on purpose! She "Alison! He swung round on her tried to leap up. Dizzy, pinch ,pitching in the opener own catcher Mancuso also Hart-j big man of the Alps l. has taken one Score by innings: : R. II. E.
'anything' that he could say that be tried to kill me!" The wolds came I accusing. "Have you been to that won his thirteenth victory of nett of the Cubs and Wilson of the more severe beating and has decided Picked Team-
hasn't said against me! He's a very tumbling oat "Oh, please listen to man's bouse!" "OOB. shall I fetch the maid! OrJjgive the season, 9 to 4, and Paul turned Phils, as the receiving staff for I I he has had enough .Louis' 000 000 002-2 4 3
convincing liar! And he hates me me! Don't yon se I'm frightened "Yes. I've been there this morn! her something-sal volatile in his eighth triumph 5 to 1, his National League club in the victory surely stamps! him aa a Acevedo Stars-
like jwlaonj Why he's even been terrllf'd---' ing." Alison admitted it proudly. "I -wait1! Daphne ran to the door. in the nightcap All-Star game of July the 8th. He i i i championship threat. Butwe i iI i 100 002 OOx-3 6 2

(down to Scotland Yard prying about "Hold your tongue her father suppose it's no good my' saying that I "N'o!" Alison's bead dropped on The Giants salvaged one game absolutely ignores Al) Lopez whois doubt seriously if Louis!! will ever i I Batteries: \\i' !;ers and Rneda;

and trying to find out If he could get ordered roughly." "Haven't you done she's lying about last night-yoa her knees. Leave: me alone!" out )f their series with Brooklynby I also the captain of your team. I I get a chance because those who I I E. Rodriguez end A. Rodriguez.SOCIALLOOPBEGINS.

hold of any gossip against me! And enough harm? wouldn't believe me. But if you want With a tremendous effort she putting together two four-run Now it occurs to me that maybe control the fight business! do not j jI j jj
then coming down to my house the But Aliwjnwou44, n.t,v.letd."Wni to know. Guy and I are engaged." checked her sobs raised her bead innings to win. the final 9 to 2. Terry still is laboring under the want a negro titleholder Jack
other night!" yon Just wait. she pleaded. "Will Daphne's tone was sober almost I and spoke with all the earnestness Carl Hubbell went the route although impression that the Brooklyn 'I j I Johnson nearly ruined the gameI I i
just wait till OilY Lumley
"You know well that you roml'S"bear touched for 12 hits and the National'
perfectly yon Dodgers are not in but Joe is beirg hrfidled dfferrnt-I:
the other siderBy
1[sent him there!" Alisoa could not way of answer be took both 4'_ .' gained his tenth victory of the Leifnie. If you will recall hej I I I ly than was Jack. Louts refused to TOMORROW NIGHT
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hold herself In. Daphne's hands bent and kissed. her br f'a p isa season. made a crack like that last season fight Braddock last winter under
"1 did! My dear why on earth mouth' Pounding the slants of four" and the DOUBTS did not do a!r the auspices of the Madison Square -

should I?" Daphne was almost "do and get 'Into the car Alison Pittsburgh pitchers the Chicago.. thing but bat the Giants right out Garden dictators of the title. That I I DOUBLEHEADER OPENS NEW
bland. "Do be sensible. Alison! he said without famine his head. f.o74R Yak. Cubs humbled the Pirates 13 toj! of the pennant and a slic of th- : strmped him as an outcast and
Tou may dislike me. but yon can't And to Dapbne. "Get your hat on. 1. to capture the final game of world's series.! So why don't you I he won't be allowed a chance at i SCHEDULE; FIRST GAME
Imagine that I'd be such a fool as We're going to get married now." the series. The Cubs collected 14 ':ai o Lopez( get together and again I Braddock not for the present:' at I
to send a man who hated me to pick hits to seven by the Pirates. plot the downfall of Terry and '' least.: Next for Louis is a fight I I STARTS AT 8 O'CLOCKBy

up gossip to use against me!" ;RT touched the belL The The Phillies defeated Boston 9 his Giants.!! You don't know whata I[ with Max Eaer in the 20th Cen- i

"You sent kim down to Warley be- slatternly maid answered so to 1. Curt Davis!! allowed only six big hit this would make with: trry Club which romoted the last I

reuse yon hoped I'd get killed. promptly> that aba must nave been hits while his!! teammates pounded Cojo Gonzalez Raymond Rubijaaf j I fight with aura:? nieces' Even it'I, ( JOVE)

"Alison! Her father thundered Just ouslde the door Her round fare Betts and Smith for 13 safeties. a few other Dodger fans! hen, Louis defeats!! Daer. the fi.'tie Tomorrow cijht the Social DJa-

tut.A. was flushed as though she had been RAN,, The Phillies clinched the game in rr.d it would hurt Stag the Ma- I fathers will find some way to e-+- n'ondball League will begin its
reproachful little cry from stooping; her eyes goggled at AlisonIn the first inning when they scoredsix chin brothers. Doughnuts std a cape his challenge. n.w schedule with a doubleheaderat
Daphne. "Alteon! 'You promisedme a scared sort of fashion. runs and knocked Betts out few others who are rabid Giant II 'I Bayview Park.

yon wouldn't tell any more lies If Robert looked at her limp antldy of the box.Detroit fans. There are rumors going the In the first a me, which will
1 told the truth!" hair and dirty apron with disgust as conquered the St. Louis I Signed) WATER PICKLE. rounds that Joe E. Brown, film I get under way at f'' o'clock, will

She turned hurriedly on Robert. he said. "Go) out and tell the chauf .e ";f '. Browns, 12 to 5, giving the. Ti- I I comedian and one time baseball! i be seen the Cuban Club outfit

That's what I mean. Bob. He's feur. i.lcse, to come ,In" and fetch .;"..v";": ,. >>:" jrerfs a slam in the St. Louis I' Big Philip Markovitz. the strong player and the O'Mallcys. advertising -I I and the Bayview Park ten. In
absolutely poisoaed! the child's mind your mistress's! luggage.. 'x"h!'::tw: .. series and extending their consecutive Athletic fan of years ago is nowa I men of Boston are in the the nightcap, the Lighthouse crew
The Klrlobeyed.Daplina :
against me, so that she'd believe had through Into her' ," '",. .,v<' victories to 10. Tiger follower In the National mrrket for the Boston !1'lYe.: If I iv ill try their luck with the Service .
anything! think If be told her that gone slugging by Lou Gebrig for the Judge Fucbs, i outfit.
bedroom end she could be heard In -'; :). tl; 1 Heavy League, he is pulling I they buy out rom
1 meant to kill! you ar kill her she'd her., opening drawer, bumming .. xy : S and Tony Lazzeri brought the Cubs. Bobby Shultz is a Yank they will p t the great Bambino j I The league will play on Tuesday

believe that! lIe's taught her to I softly as she put ber bat on and! .: \ New York Yankees an 11 to 1 and Giant fan. Those teams are in as manager; of the Braves. It t, and Friday nights. The eon.

look on me as a sort of monster atbered up her bag and gloves. The ,. ,. ,. ..." """<" victory over Washington. Gebrig leading in their respective league !i seems as if the Ptbe never knows|Ii tests!! win be of seven-inning: dnra-
"Alison doesn't believe anythingof mall white Chinese sleeve dOlt with and Lazzeri hit homers. at present and it is rumored that I when he has had enough. tion.
the sort" her father answered for Aided by spectacular fielding club into, The Senior Diamondball League
his pert nose and proud plume of t when' some other goes I
her. "Nor do I. In any case' Itdoesn't tail came from the bedroom sniffed ,:, : .> ,< Ted Lyons, White Sox veteran. the lead he will switch over to, RASFRALL' FRACAS I will play their games' on Monday
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matter, what she thinks. at AHson'a feet as she stood by the x !''.h 'vt-,_...-_v ... shaded Oral Hildebrand in a hurl- that outfit, so he's bound to win. j er.d Wednesday :aights.ISOFl'BALL .
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"But It dl3Seebred! Daphne. :> "- "" -- v ers' duel and shutout Cleveland 2 Others
window looking anxiously up the at the end of the season. ,j
-nu t'.Just It. If you knew the sort treet. Rede turned to Alison full of contempt. to 0. in the first game of a doubleheader in his class fire Joe Romaguera,i}I- HERE TOMORROW CONTEST
of time I'd had.just' because of him! What had happened to GUT! \\'hyiWa't before 30,000 fans. It was Winfield (Shorty) Roberts and :
Everywhere I went I'd settle down h. cone? If h. would only, solemn as she said aloud. tell )'ou'l t.bat she could summon forcing him the Sox's seventh straight victory McGraw. I|
hope for little' And then the he's her!" It, t to: listen.
a peace. lurry-! It was more than half en hypnotized and the Indians' eighth straight I I (By JOVE) :
old I !" He turned to Alison I "Father! Please do and understand I. PARKJONIGHTFUNERAL
stnry'd start over again! got -So that's it try
hour since Alison bad left him In thetrettwbat defeat. Cleveland won the second Giants There will be a baseball game
York : IAT
The !!
that ".ill' She's accused him-.Guy-of Strikes: New
ao desperate." Rob I'd have 1t1a4.I He full of contempt and anger. i'
I could be be doing?: game 7 to 6. to' at the Nary Field tomorrow aft-I
ly gone to Ibe Home O.Tlce. anted for I bad his and right my child! It just shows that I murder! Don't you see. If I go away are getting 15.000 in cash
to give
only tot name and Berry
Home runs by Higgins I .
exhumation order I'd alone!- don't they'll think train at Pensacola. That is $5.-i|I emoon.I .
a. myself<< you're not tit to be left here now. say uuythlng. HOMERS AND RECREATION
address to the notice! Even If
I now.
the Philadelphia Athletics in action
be
have been' clad:; to fare even that sort "I tell you my dear. this is wlty I I I be did it! Surety even you must see pave 000 more than they were getting ,;t I The teams to seen 1
I Ic.f le would only come they might iwr I the second of twin bill. 3 1 I
the and the Ace-
game a vrill be Coconut
BfS
Cincinnati TEN WILL
Beach. .A
publicity rather than go: on like was afraid.D:1phne': tone was t that! in Miami J I'
suede her father; that Daphne'! was
I after the Boston Red Sox who defeated
to I vedo Stars a picked
this. meek. But she had moved to the Robert looked up at Daphne. restaurant offered each Red player -: :
Then didn't lying that he was in danger! "It be beet!" he muttered. |, had won the first! game, 7 to 6, in food for home run:'! yesterday afternoon Try the score SEEN IN ACTIONBy
why yon pet; an exhumation outer door was barring: it with ber might : I $10 every I
Robert. bad picked
whistling
order!" Alison spoke he little white dog and was strok-up body. "Perhaps she'll g,t jaieted down in 13 innings. swatted on the last road trip.I!I I I of :3 to 2 at the same grounds. II

harshly bItterly InK It; be lit himself a rlgaret.: The "Don't worry Alison's coming I If we go round" The summaries follow: Whereupon. Schnozzle Lombard!, The contest will begin at 4 I
Daphne said simply "1 couldn't; "No! If give Bob. NATIONAL LEAGUE six in I'' o'clock.LEAGUESTANDINGS. ( JOVE)
banked
chauffeur came In and Alison with ns. Robert's tone was grim. yon way now. the big (catcher out :
unfortunately. You ree. my has- matched him 'with a inking heart' "I'm not." Alison moved back I she'll go on playing up )dike this the First Game I j a week and has $60 in dinners!i The Lopez Funeral Home soft-
band'd always been terrified of being '"h.ole time!" Louts R. II. F.. ball win the Recreation
: as: he carried: out the rawhide trunk. against the mantelpiece held on It At St. I coming to him. Joe Louis' thumb ten meet
burled alive. So he made me The little maid followed from defensiTely. "Yon ran tell any lies "Don't you see!" Alison wailed. Cincinnati .....m__....___..... 4 8 4. is the same length as his forefinger outfit, of the Social League, at

promise to cremate him. Daphne's bedroom. staggering under you like but whatever you say. I I'm ,clutching: at her father's arm. "Oh. St. Louis ........................ 9 14 2 ,,'hilis! a good sign! of fortune I I Bayvicw Park tinight.
"Very convenient. Alison's eyes two heavy suitcases; and a round going!: to stay here tell he (.omes-: cant you see she wants him to be Batteries: Freitas!!, Brennan in the negro circles. .Lou AMERICAN-LEAGUE I I The contest will start promptlyat

were Mazing.: bathos, a rug over her arm. Their Robert started forward but Daphne banged? He knows too much!" Nelson and Campbell; Haines!!, J. Scozza, the only man who has Club- W. L. :ct.: :I 8 o'clock.

"You are!" Daphne said that to feel' rang on the atone steps outside I checked him qntrkiy. "Wait. Bob. Ill fetch the maid. Dean and Davis. knocked out James J. Braddock, New York .... 45 26 .634 Batteries for this game will be:

Robert plteomly. "That's what It". and from the window Alison could Are your she said. "Then you'll ;Leave her to us. We'll get her quiet. has challenged the champion. Detroit ...._....'T'-...... 46 29 .613 i Gates and Ing-ham for the Embalmers -
been like always. I'm judged/ .with :Honestly, you're only making her r
sell them rearh trte car.There walt a long time that's all. and Tynes and Clementsfor
Came Chicago .._..... ... 38 29 .
SK Second
cat evidence', found guilty: \ \'WO"80 do ?" .iison worse." and Phillips Lyons and 6'71
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sitting In the -What you mean gasped garner ; Recreation
place'and; "All right he yielded shrugging? At. *t. Louis R. II. E. SewelL I' Cleveland .........,.... 3R 33 .53K>> the boys.

"\IY I dear forget: It-! nciM pleaded seat with a beside pans of the tear driver's Alison saw that Daphne laughed coolly, :Ids shoulders. :..' Cincinnati 173 Boston' .._;....... ..-_38 ,35 '.521 ........................

i-1 ranVShe gave' a cry. sbe was wearfnVto maid's grey dress., "I.mean that he's probably under I' She! was gone In an instant -run St. ,Louis __...._ r- r 570 Second Came Philadelphia ..:...r 29 39 .426' I In
History
"I've been so desperate that I've A big. beetle-browed, coarse-faced arrest." she said. "You see. I went I mng out to the car. Batteries: -Derringer Frey land At Chicago R. II. E.I' Wa hi jrtoni4a30 42 .417 I Today
been driven to lie. even to you!" ) "Father?" Alison raised swol- Erickson P. Dean and Delancey. St. Louis "..-------... 19 50 .276 ..
woman of middle, age., with sleek, round to Scotland Yard early this ; Cleveland .. ...._._ 711 2, .............. .......
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Her tone dropped to a whisper, aalow len. tear-biotched face "Won't I II
,, black hair. I morning and told them all about yon -. Chicago ......_................. 690 :I :NATIONAL LEAGUE 1758' -English in America defeated
rustlln' ; whisper! more iracicthan please Just let at home I
me stay
Alison watching the clock hands your Dr. Lnmley and his visit to R. II. E. .
"I'm df'fMl41f1K At New York Batteries: Lee L. Brown Stew. Club- W. U Pet.I by French at Battle of TIeonderoga
tears. not myself
I know I was wrong, flu?. more forward In sharp abort jerks Warley I do promise anything 111 do what like-If you want yonll-rest.Just Brooklyn ____....._ 2 12 2 art, Hudlin and Pytlak; Jones.!I New York .?"..._._._ 48 21 .696 N. Y.

oh my dear when you eams ..tnnllI :- almost' p.eeS.Oh..'let him rome! "\7OU told-Scotland Yard!" leave me behind you !" New York .__....._.___ 910 0 Fischer: Phelps Whitehead and, St. Louis _.__....... 42 29!) .592!)
...se let him come} Batteries Leonard and .__.. _.. 41 34 .547 Montreal{
Benge .
could hardly dare' to think that yon ( son was whiter than the AI1-1 Haggard nervous and unhappy he : Shea.' Pittsburgh .m 1852- Great fire In
-Is there anything more:sire The Hubbell and Mancuso.At 40 32 .556
were really true! work behind her. "Then you met her appeal with silence looked Phelps; Chicago _. rendered 10,000 homeless.
nun stood at attention by the door 1
"Tnift' me now then. He was "One trunk tnslde.caned chesting me! You tried to make me towards the door. At Washington!! R. H. E. Brooklyn 33 37 .471

imprtnon as he leaned over to her I Daphne and more he vanished.As I' promise and you knew all the time. "Oh. please! she begged. Pittsburgh R. H. E.I New York ...__,___.11 11 1 i Cincinnati ,_, 31 42 .425 1913-Serbia formally declared
"Trust me and forget all this. retorted Washington ____ 163 Philadelphia ........ 31 40 .437 i war on Bulgaria.
they disappeared. Robert said 1 had to keep you quiet. lie could not face her turned away Chicago _,.........-..._13 14 on
Daphne put It behind you! I don't to Alison. "Go on and get into the Daphne. and stooped to pat the little dog. Fora Pittsburgh ...-..-, 1 '7 Batteries: Broaea and Jorgens; Boston __,._ 21 62 .!88]I
want to hear the rest! We won't car." "You held me because I said I'd go second Alison's eyes measured the Batteries: Lee and Hartnett, Newsom and Bolton. 1 1I I 1916 German submarine

think" of It-and I* anyone tries to "I'm not going with yon." I[ for the police." Alison was danger- distance to the telephone-but he Odea; Blanton, Brown. Birkofer GAMES TODAY "Deutchland" slipped into Chesa

his glance at Alison barbed that She put no defiance Into that: said J ously quiet now. "You've lied to me was too near the table, had picked Weaver and Padden.At At Detroit R. II. E- peake Bay after an epoch-making
thrust "111 see they don't touch It flatly. Robert crossed the room i| and you've' lied to father-well, you up the box of chocolates and 'was' St. Louis .__ 5 15 1 : AMERICAN LEAGUE trip in middle of war.

yon." and shut the door. He. too. spoke J Jquietly. 1 won't put this one over!" She darted untying the ribbon shakily. Detroit ..._._.._,..._12 14 0 I All-star game at Cleveland.
"You don't know what you're say '. j j to the telephone snatched! it from "Father She started from her Philadelphia R. H. E. Batteries: Thomas Cain, Andrews -' 1931-Five of America's 8 new

Ing. Ask her what she said to me "You are my daughter and you're its rest. chair BOston ......_.- 160 and Hemsley; Anker Rowe NATIONAL LEAGUE 10.000-ton cruisers found defective
Jut before you came In-! "What're doing: Daphne lie looked at her miserably the Philadelphia 9 13 0 trials.
under age. You're going to do ex. you and Cochrane Hayworth All-star game at Cleveland. in speed .
"What did you say? He was terrifying actly what I say." Jumped forward tried to wrest the open chocolate box between his Batteries: Betts Smith and ._ ._
when he looked so stern almost There was a brisk laality about receiver from her hand but she held hands the little dog sitting' and Hogan Mueller; Davis and ?odd.

as If he meant to hit her but that statement And it was true that on tight. begging; : at his feet. "Father wont I ,
Alteon! answered!! him without. waver ""I'm to Scotland you let stay?"
going ring up me
was the worst of It! She broke out AMERICAN LEAGUE
Ing."I passionately. And he answered hurriedly,shamefacedly ,
asked her' If you knew her real "Father, you don't understand! I i TardAllson!" Her father Joined! In I conscious of beingunfair, First Came I ilO3r1WflkCt1'Jolit
i j
name I asked her If you knew that I At Boston R. II. E.!
She means to kill me. Don't you : ,now. was on the other side of her, "No-no. really dear, you must be e
her real name was Poynter. see? Are you blind? You cant leave I "Put that down at ODl"e-! reasonable, ," Philadelphia ,-_ 6 9 1 J;
But Daphne now did mot shrink or her any money till Tm dead and t "1 1I'Oft't- I Outside.Alison could bear Daphneand I Boston: __.-_," 7 10 2 ACCEPDNG'IMITATIONS
show fear She sighed deeply. that's why she tried at Worley-oh!" i She held the telephone .1::' her the nurse coming-they were Batteries: Mahaffey, Marcum i
j jfCopi'.pkt. 4.
the
child"You with see?that He's!" even primed : nit.Ertlyn H. tr<.cfcneasce / l'i j right hand. with her left flipped o>er at the door.... and Richards; Welch Walbergj ]! To see the 'ortfin*! 0... 100% P.rc Palms- .
the pages of the book feverishly. ICeplITUlII. HSf. rrr Jim Ml WimrttTcmorrew. Rhodes, Grove and R. FrrrelL : _- Be sure) to MADE IN BALTIMORE. reran run
"I don't tH.be beean. ..nted. '
Here U was--=""ew Scotland Yard I look for Davis 100% P.rc PaInt hs oft** TMCimiuuJ IWII
"Don't you'" said Daphne bitter Robert Hctf was ter. .
found'i
ms..e
lVbiteha11110:: ?:!. As her
fingers rible orcof sf Alison's atort' Second Came but( ac..pIicaccL ""
.. At Boston RII. E. this Label Dsvto 100% Pw flint Centura g with _
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Philadelphia 370 aU pen punt Laws in* .. the only pine =.-"+
5..S...................1 I Valley Authority, born at i head of Alabama; born at Lamar Iowa. Interstate Commerce Commissioner .I Boston _-..-......_....._". 1 I 9) 1 11\JJU.tPU: that !vales a gvanntc of ..lit,. =

Today's) Birthdays llcrton. 111., 36 yea** ago. 'I I Ala., 63 years rgo. born at Moulton, la..' Batteries: Blaeholder and Ber-; PAINT *
for this Guarantee the Label-
I Cook on -
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.... i : 63 years a>o. ry; Cascarella! !
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Rear Admiral Thomas T. Craven w.Ywrasow..d..yaYrer.wMwfeu.rer.rrw.i.ra....
John D. Rockefeller, born at Seton Porter of New York City!: U. S. N. of Ward our. Md., First Cam. I M ....duoss .... by s ..--. ....pl1 ........ Du.... sly,

Riehford, N. Y.. 96 years ago. resident ,of ..llatlcttI'DistiUers,]i I born at V&llejo, CaL, 62 years Mantis J. Van Sweringen of At Chicago R. H. E.'! THEREDAYISCQ, ***** JK* ,BAlTIM lE.Mn r
born there 53 years ago. I I Cleveland, younger of the twobrotherfinanciers II Cleveland 070,

David E. LUionth: of Knox. I 1 1i I ago. I born at Woo Chicago -,--- 251 G. C. ROBERTS Corner Caro lIe aid Wfon StreetstO J J

villf, Tenn., director of the Ten. U. Senator John H. Bank.'i I. .. -Claude. .,' '.''-B.,yF5h Porter: ,. _of" Des MCAes. .tel, Ohio 64 sears. ago._ Batteries: Hildebrand, Wine-



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I PERSONAL MENTION BOOK STORE INHANDS CLASSIFIED "1111111.1-TO SUBSCRIBERSIf : eeeeeeeeeeeee.Today's Horoscope I!


................................................. SocietyJunior NEW\ NOW ........................i+ I
Announcement-
COLUMN Today thou rroduce a person
:Wm. R. Porter president of the Charles Lunn. who waa in St. ........................ yarn da Bet receive 70ar of great executive ability who by'
First National Bank left Satur Augustine for eye treatment at .eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeiMALE .. paper by 6:15 o'clock Im the energy will push a way into a.!
day afternoon for a short bcsinea\!I the Florida East Coast Railway ClubEntertained GEORGE PEACON PURCHASESESTABLISHMENT I leading: place. lie will have many-'
afternoon call telephone 51 ROBERTS
visit in Miami. hospital returned yesterday. I HELP WANTED II friends and through them bring
ON and a paper will .be seat to about many improvements in his

J. Y. Porter. IV. who wai I Mr. and Mrs. Carlyle Roberts, Members of the Junior Wo- DUVAL STREET WOULD $32.50 A WEEK END year home. A complaint boy social circle. By his nervous energy 'I
epending a vacation with his fa who were in Miami for two weeks I YOUR MONEY WORRIES! and force ?f character he'' BOOK STORENow
man's Club and guests were delightfully Write for free details of splen- u on duty at this office from
and
there Dr. J. Y. Porter left Sat.ur.day visiting relatives; friends returned will act as reformer, and with,
afternoon for Norfolk, Va. on the morning train yes entertained last Fridayat did-paying opportunity. New 6:15 to 7:15 p. m. for the strong planetary aspects may be I
terday. the Key West Woman's4 Club Roberts Book Store.. 222 Duval i Ford Sedan given as bonus for < Under the Manage
street, today pasted' into new business and pleasure. Address: purpose of delivering com
'J. L. Lester attorney for the house on Division street by mem- ; < '' ome'o.; ; I ment of
FERA in Key West left Saturday Ml;. Joe Mondul arrived yesterday bers, Mrs. John Roberts and hands and is now under thq man;; Albert Mills 7254 Monmouth. plaint. Help us give you 100perce..t E
afternoon for Jacksonville where from Miami to join Mr.' Mon agement of George Peacon wellknown Cincinnati, O. jly8-ltx GEORGE PEACON
service by calinf 51 Ronald Colma -Loretta Young
Misses Alee and Norma '
he will attend a conference with dul, who is visiting relative for Curry I residcnt of this:city. WANTED
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officials. several weeks. Yates. t if you do not receive The Citi- I'I'aR Books
.. This establishment was for CLIVE OF INDIA Magazine
-' During the social meeting W ANT}:Second-hand bicycle. sea I Office Supplies
Theron G&to, who was in Key I Mrs. J. J. Wentworth. who was i Bridge and Michigan were played, I many years owned and operated A. E. Fisher. Write Box 344 Comedy and Short Reel J
West spending two weeks with his of her mother Mrs.I 1 ty Claude Roberts! who, retired :" ,' IIIIA '
the
15-25c
Ave.
I guest I the high score Bridge prize goingto ''''& ,' > or call. at.803 Waddell Matinees 10-15c Niftti
parents and other relatives, left Fannie McCook. at the home on i from busniess several years ago. jly6-2tx _._
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Saturday for Baltimore Md., Pauline street, left yesterday afternoon 1 Florence Ketchings and the The book store was then taken ,I .
"where, he is in charge of the Sea- for the home in Miami. Mr.I prize for high score at Michigan over by Aquilino Lopez who has WANTED chance to bid on .
man's Home which is maintainedby Wentworth who was also a guest! being awarded Miss Barbara your next printing order. The
the U. S. government.Mrs. I at the McCook home left over the Carey. At the conclusion of the been operating it up until the Artman Press. aug7

highway yesterday morning. II games, delicious refreshmentswere present date.Roberts .
J. F. Cherry accompanied I served. Book Store claims to FOR RENT

by her two nephews, Forrest and Mrs. Frank Key and niece Attending were: Mesdames carry the most complete stock of.
Teddy Hall left Saturday after: Miss Susan Cask, left yesterday'i i Allan B. Cleare Jr., James K. magazines books office suppliesand BICYCLES-WE RENT by the
noon for Sebastian Fla., after afternoon for Miami to enjoy a I'I,I i Brady Joseph Lopez George "knick-knacks" in the city. I Hour Day or Week. Repairall SIGHT IS PRECIOUS
which they will go to New Smyrna vacation with relatives and::' Gomez, Homer B. Herrick. William The present management: plansto makes and paint them with .,
where Mra. Cherry will visit the friends. M. Arnold Harry Finlayson, add several new lines to the I Nu-EnaraeL We carry a full Correct vision is vital to Hot t l,.
Hall family. I[ and Mrs.\ Mallard/ Johnson. stock. Mr.\ Peacon has extendedall I supply of parts. Agent for the your child. Impaired vision in ewe t '
Misses Martha Carbonell Bar- old customers an invitation to Rollfast and Dayton Bicycles. childhood may greatly retard ',
Mrs. Neva Hall Martin who Mr. and Mrs. George Arnold, bara Carey Zenia Hoff Romalda continue their patronage and And sell them as low as $5.00 his education and later business!, :
was spending a week in Key West and son left on the afternoon I I Johnson Clara Yates and Betty solicits the support of his many down and $1.00 per week. We :success. Impaired vision makes 'l .. .
with friends, left Saturday over]I train yesterday for Miami en Curtis. Mrs. Curtice Spalding of friends.CHURCH.UNIT.'JJ. J Buy and Sell all makes of used backward children nervous { ;
the East Coast for her home 'infiami.t route to" Tampa where they will Jacksonville and Miss Margaret Bicycles. Phone 276. J. R. wrecks and inefficient men. I Weather .<
) : \ spend a while-irit --relatives and I Cawthorne of Miami were guests J Stowers: company 515 Duval Let us examine his eyes here : i 'ii ,

'rl __ friend we j jMrsiPaBlMe J t of the club.Melody Oatreet. & !& apr9-tf now for possible defects. l.tp: R lilt IUK "";.
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Mrs. R. J. Wahl. daughter Miss\
Dorothy and son Earl. left Saturday ( jand! lion Paul 1. Hoar On PLANS PICNIC, FURNISHED BUNGALOW-All DR. J. A. VALDES n
Jr. outgoing yes- _nrmodern conveniences garage: I I
were passengers
over the East Coast for Miamien .
!\
G3 6 William street. Apply Val J ere
afternoon the East Thursday NightAn
route to New Orleans, where terday over : : I Orthogon Soft-Lite Licensee \d
Coast Jfor it t/oi-weeks,with! ) ,"- Viet Bakery. julyl-6t "ii J.
they will spend a while with rela m"i\4\| j 1 ja' -
St. Mail's Sodality is planningan
: \ 532 Duval Street
tives. relatives. 'anaLirienJs in.JtfiamL hour of opera and operetta I
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I ====: I: music will' be presented next all-day picnic {pr Sunday PIANO TUNING

Mrs. Thursman Sands, who was i Paul Sawyer left yesterday afternoon : Thursday night when the seventh June 14. TUNER Laureano Mo 1. It means food spoilage. HOLDS All THIS FOOD!
All rodalifts who lan to attend PIANO .
enjoying a vacation in Miami\ for Miami for a vacation Key West Melody Hour will be the picnic are requested by the reno. Excellent piano for sale Why not prevent this and 2 1 iot.ia milk* ..2 h 1 M 16.* bane cre
with relatives and friends, returned -I: of one week with relatives. given under the direction of Commodore 2 pfccs.ckerw 2 can trait
I I secretary\ Bert Buckley to get in cheap. 1018 Division street. buy a General Electric refrigerator ieice .
yesterday.J. Ii von Mietk-Liuba. H. D. 1 bvltl*cbenie:2lbp.:
i touch with of the officers or jun24-lmo
I Mrs. Will Spencer daughter W. any Uistii'sCIGAR which has Mco..l. Ib*.lapel. bpdspecs.
attend the meeting Wednesday I I his c vaber
L. Richardson, of the I Well-known local artists favorites :$ 2 Ib* toei-toe* 1 DBBCbrtltrr
up. Mrs. Corinne Knowles and three I evening rt 7 o':Icck to be held in ROOMS proven to be the safest 2 Rape freit. away
holstering of the i|I I with the audience, will be
department
children left yesterday for Miami the Sodality hall to health, as it keeps leetoo.:.H T drr dci :* j>t:
< MO
Florida East Coast at heard the
Railway St. to be.the guests of another daugh.1 on program. "THE MUNRO"-Rooms $2.00. flit 2 'left-over coa*
Augustine and Mrs.\ Richardson'!1 I, ter' of Mrs. Spencer Mrs. TEARS OFFF WOODEN LEG $2.50 and $3.00 per week. your food always at the m*mkfrenia t:. I at.;wner t>otle
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accompanied by James Reedel, of Roberts. B'j I Everready Star Double and Single. 128 N. E. STORE0 proper temperature. fctt tabci-J ib.triTt. of icl

Indiana, who were the guesta yesterday I EVANSTON Ill. Hiram Clicker 4th Street Miami. Fla.
of Mr.\ and Mrs.\ Charles Club To Meet I jnne26-lmox I The General Electric refrigerator carries a five
Mrs. Clayton Johnson returned of this city had a leg torn off 1 ___ __. .
Kunn left in the afternoon for yesterday from a vacation spent' I I when an automobile struck him;''I. FOR SALE I II year protection plan and needs no attention.
St. Augustine. There will be a meeting of the t .
with relatives and friends in Mi I but it happened to be his wooden"
Everready Star club held tomor DailyBaseball Returns I Invest in the largest dividend paying article that
ami. leg. 500
Mrs. Jamie Acherson. who was i, row afternoon beginning at 4 TYPEWRITING PAPER be
spending a, while with relativesand 1I I 1 o'clock, at the home of Mrs.\ James sheets, 75c. The Artman Press By Wire0 1; can bought today.f
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friends, left yesterday afternoon II Mrs. Verel' Roberts who was Adams on Waddell Avenue. aug7 I For as little as- $2.00 down and $2.00 a month
for her home ![ spending a vacation of several All members to -
in Miami. are requested \OTI K
I IAfr. 1 I weeks with relatives! and friends be in attendance. Notice:' Is h.rliv: given. by the., OLD PAPERS FUR SALE Two COME IN AND GET THE I you can eliminate waste from food spoilage dur

and Mrs. Jerome Blum left Ian Miami, returned yesterday. Hoard Monroe of County County Florida mmissinner8\ ;that bids o l;1 bundles for 5c. The Citizen Of. RESULTS OF THE ing this hot weather.

yesterday afternoon for Miamien vacation with his family at the will he recfiveil UP until S P.. M.,, fice. oct16 MAJOR BASEBALL
\\> | : ; for the I Ask There hundreds of satisfied
July tll. 1933.
rtnp.ay your neighbor. are
route to their New York home; MVs.I Cobo wife of Dr. Ar home at 1204 Pine street.W. purchase of one 1% ton dump truck.A LEAGUES0
for a visit with relatives. j mando Cobo and daughter Con- trade allowance will be requiredfor PRINTING-Quality Printing at General Electric users in Key West.
I the second hand dump track the Lowest Price The Art- I 1
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returned from .
suelo yesterday' I H. Pierce keeper of the
I now owned by the County. I
E. R. Neff who _was in Key 1,i Miami where they were spending lighthouse at Sombrero arrived The Board reserves the right toreject man Press. aog7: CIGARS CIGARETTES
West for treatment of an infection 'I a week with relativs and friends. last week for his regular vacation I any and all bids.ROSS SOFT DRINKS,
of the left hand left yester t I with his family at 622 Ashe street. I Clerk Board of County C. SAWYER.Com,iis- SECOND SHEETS-500 for 60c. ETC. The Key West Electric Company
The Artman Press. aug7
day afternoon for Islamorada.Miss I Mrs. Wesley Archer and daughter I ionera. jlyS-U
', who were in Miami for a stay NOTICE TO ALL SODALISTS _. -

Catherine Knowles, left, with relatives, returned over the' 'I..
I I
on the afternoon train yesterday I I I East Coast yesterday.. 'I I Do not forget the all-day picnicon -
for a visit with relatives and I Sunday June 14th. All who I ......_--- -- --- ..
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frjends! in Miami. I Mrs.' Chester Thompson and', wish to come should: get in touch Hotel ......................................................................
-. i i son Ralph were passengers on the:. with any of the officers before Leamington .
Mrs. L. C.. Hopkins; of morning train yesterday returningfrom Wednesday or come to the meet- ,
was an arrival over the East 1\uami'l I' a visit with relatives and. ing Wednesday night at 7 o'clock .
;yesterday and will be the guest friends in MJamuHarry at the Sodality Hall. "Miami's Most Popular Hotel"N.
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for one week of Mr. and Mrs I (Signed).
Eugene Pierce at Pine and Pearl C. Delaney son of I| BERT BUCKLEY. E. 1st Street at Biscayne Boulevard Roofs ? ?
streets. t 'I I Sheriff H. L. Delaney, of Hendry i i jly8-lt Secretary.I Overlooking Bayfront Park and Biscayne Bay Leaky : .
I I county was a visitor in Key West I
Hamilton Pinder left yesterday II yesterday and was the guest of I Opposite Union Bus Station : :
afternoon for Matecumbe to begin State Senator and Mrs. Arthur. i KEY WESTCOLONIAL One Block from Shopping District

his duties rs deputy sheriff i Gomez.A. HOTELIn And Amusements
having been appointed to fill the
vacancy made by the resignationof I C. Jenks keeper of Carys- the Center of the e..1 LOWEST RATES EVER QUOTED
Charles Williams.Mrs. j fort lighthouse is spending his 1 We have large stock of Sherwin William Elastic j
and Theater District a
I I I Single Room with Bath __________ $1.50

John Ditt.:; ; who was i First Cla _FireproofSensible Double Room with Bath ________ 2.00

spending West with several her son weeks and daughter in Key I I' MONRot'YHEATER JameS'Cagnl'y: -Pat O'Brien I Rate ALFRED SIMONS, Manager : Roof Cement andiiquid 1 Roof Cement '. j j jWe

left yesterday afternoon for Miami '-. n- COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEI :
"to'join Mr.' Demeritt. 'l DEVIL'DOG OF.THE AIR I I IGI'

Matinees Balcony"lOc; Orchestra Garage Elevator
Mrs Mary\ Louise Baker left 15-20ct Night 15-2Sc 'I Popalar Prices t also f
running special
yesterday afternoon for Miami en J I'I I are a on
Iib "*"
Your
route to Benham. KyC.: to visit for Is 1 ROOF Readtj I I Bk
---- StaJJa@ Silte"
: Carey's Surfaced :
several weeks with relatives. g
I for BAD WEATHER?

Carl pictures Floyd, arrived, representinjr yesterday Republic from INLOVEWITHHISSECRETARY Roofings 75 pounds, was $2.75 :

Tampa to confer with the management -
of the Palace theater re- ? Special $2.25 Roll jfe

lative to additional service for the ,

theater. Mark Albery knew the 'srI .

J.rka.aeIIIe'. t-mlmf Hetel" tragedy in Laurie Moore'slife stn

THE SEMINOLE .". '. knew that she was Ii, t z I : .. Just Received .' i

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the widow of Rex Moore

; -F4 lost with his plane on a

Pacific flight."I I Repair or Replace ROOFS Now I

I sometimes wonder if --" : Carload Dixie Galvanized Shingles :

you still hope against hope;* I : :

he ventured,"that he might y% I Per square, with nails $6.50 1-: w

come back.:* I sure your roof is ready for bad .

A curious question to ask BE weather. If it is worn you may profit ;

.!.<<"!._.*III... '.'.rl.* her! Mark Albery was not before advance. *
by rerroofing now prices
A CIIA"human B.home-like(.R. .:n. ".Institution..Ir"" at all certain he was not l :' Let us tell you about Carey,Shingles and New Low Prices On Screen i Wire i

where you will.. find year .......... falling in love. Perhaps that .f 1i.' Roll Roofings-the standard for over 60 I
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ter of great Importance. explained it. 'I.l JI.J., qREADY years. We will be glad to give you a ,
I' ,3 I Roof
A at..1 r'l'C".rr ........ laeated free estimate on the Carey
I. the apart .C the eltvEvery which will best suit your needs.
--o- MADE WIFE i

Room with Combination Tub I SOUTH FLORIDA CONTRACTING
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and Shower 11th. Radio. KlectricrelllKK = South Florida Contracting & Engineering Co.
Kan. Slat Door for Summervenlilatlon BY CORALIE STANTONis =;; A ENGINEERING COMPANY j
Comfortable Iteds with
Mattresaea of Inner Spring Con-i: 1 the story of a girl who carries on boldly under the 'we White & Eliza S... Phone 598'
trurtlon Lamps.and Individual Read'I cloud of a tragedy that changed her life-and in the Phone 598 White and Eliza Streets j
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RATE! end finds new 10and haopiness.
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