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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 26, 1935
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
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VOLUME LVI No. 177. KEY' WEST, FLORIDA FRIDAY, JULY 26, 1935. PRICE FIVE CENTS

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Hinted "Constitutionalism" May PATROL MEMBERSARE TREE S PLANTING I.BEGIN WORK\ ON Lobbying, An Old Roman Custom, Again


READY FOR DISCUSSED AT NEW RESIDENCEFORJjJTRUNK


Big-Campaign:\ Issue In 1936 TRIP TO MIAMIABOUT GUILDJEETING Attracts Interest Of Present CongressCONVENTION


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Roosevelt's, Acceptance Oi'FORMER VISITORS EIGHTY MEMBERS OF PROGRAM OUTLINED FOR ACTIVITIES CONSTRUCTION OF NEW I ...................... -
OF Investigation Being Car-
Of ORGANIZATION TO PAR. TO BE CARRIED I BUILDING UNDER DIRECT HEADS LIONS CLUBS
Subject
Rejection MAKE PLANS FOR ...................... ried On By Both Houses
TICIPATE IN CITY'S ANNI! ON; RALPH GUNN HEARD IN SUPERVISION OF RALPH LIONS CLUBS IN
Has Much To Do With
WINTERING HERE VERSARY CELEBRATION ADDRESS RUSSELL OF THIS CITY 4'k Relative To-Tactics Em-

Coming EventsBy MEXICO CLOSES 1 ployedBy


RESIDENTS OF PAST YEARS Approximately four score members Policies and the program of Construction started this weekon !
West Junior the Key West Tree Guild wee; the new residence which is to RICHARD J. OSENBAUGH OF
of the Key
BYRON PRICE COMMUNICATE WITH HOUS. discussed yesterday afternoon dur- be built in Martello Towers subdivision
DENVER. COLORADO. NAMED
(Chief of $.rea.. Tae Araoclatee'. Patrol preparing today to HERBERT PLUMMER
were of the organizationheld by E. A. Strunk, Jr., manager -
PrM Wa.....t.BWhether ING DEPARTMENT ABOUT to ing a meeting CBT As.eHaeed Pre...
"con leave for Miami\ Sunday night in the Public Library. Be- of the South Florida Con- PRESIDENT FIVE THOU-
1936 will WASHINGTON 26. Lef.
see birthday July
in that city's
ACCOMMODATIONSFormer participate sides the discussion of business tracting and Engineering company

stitationalitm" load an _t.d. anniversary celebration Monday. matter of the Guild members SAND DELEGATES ATTEND islative lobbying. accepted

The! patrol going to the Magic heard Ralph E Gunn landscape The work is being done under .. P
out campaign_ issue seems now to made of 'crack drillersin Special The CHUc> practice since an impetnons constituent
City is up architect for the Key West Administration !I the direct supervision of Contrac-
residents in Key West CHICAGO Illinois. July 26.-
depend .. t". wiltinfiveK or uauwiUi.gae. during the winter season of 1934 the patroL Arthur H. deliver an address in tor-Builder Ralph Russell of the The nineteenth annual conventionof I first acted at the toga
Headed by Captain which he outlined the plan of beau- FERA forces who was releasedby
.. of Mr. Rootavelt to and '35 are planning to again be Sheppard five supervisors in addition -, tification for the city which has the administration until the the International Association of i I of a Roman senator-again is an

residents of this city during the will make the trip to Miami \ been worked out through his department Strunk residence Is completed.! Lions Clubs adjourned today in I
Mexico City and the 5,000 delegates object of -lajor interest in Wash
ittue.
acceptnth an coming season. as lieutenants. These !will Mr. Strunk's application was one
So delighted were they during! include Victor Larsen,'Edith'Rus- ." the of the first and guests, who, during the
Tko Republicans, tho Liberty Two definite projects for I' received by the Fed inton.
,
their stay and so anxious are theyto sell, Douglas McCarthy\ 'Harriet Guild were cited at the session I: eral Housing) Administration and, convention, have beeivroysJIy en- t
'
l leaguers, and all of. the rightwiagopposition : be sure cf accommodations for Johnson and Moreno ''Wallace. which was presided over by Wallace while there are a number of other tertained "a Mexicana" by the tI I I Aroused by the tactics em

this season they have written the The patrol is scheduled:"to return B. Kirke. president. Guild applications which have been approved Lions of Mexico City, have begun! ployed to defeat the utility holding
persistently tlirud.i. to spread tout from the capital cityto I I
arc housing department of the FERA Tuesday noon on the train members pointed out that ap his is the first commit- bill double-bar.
,
take in all the sights of Old company a
lag the challenge under the nose and made arrangements. They will and from the station -will parade :proaches' to the city hould be: ment to be received by the First RICHARD J. OSENBAUGH.f I !
Mexico before returning to their I relied investigation is being cooducted -
arrive about November 1. down Caroline,and Duval'streets, beautified as soon as possible! National Bank of Key West, i
.f the administrations almost The first of the' letters, both led by the Junior Drum and Bugle preferably during the present! through which funds are loaned homes in the United States and ,, Denver Colorado by both houses of congressin

received this week, was from Mrs\ Corps. rainy season and although the I I for this construction said Vice Canada. Advance estimates un I President at j I aa effort to pry 1 loose the workings *

every day some spokesman D. A. Printz, of Franklin Pa., First sergeants making the automobile approach is attractivenow I President J. J. Trevor this morn- registrations indicated the largeatiattendance I Convention In Mexico j I of what has been describedas

figuratively dare the White who, with her two children and trip are- Roberta Peterson and some thought and action of the association's his City I the most powerful lobby ever

maid occupied the Reynolds home. George Del Pino. Other sergeantsare should be given over to the beautifying ing.During the course of construction tory.During I
H.... to come ont plainly for a The Printz for the four days f the i to operate on capitol hilL
family came Virginia Key Florence Smith of the streets down which the work will be inspected at
three months, Jan- convention the fact that the largest TANNERRETURNSFROM i There has been lobbying in
constitutional amendment to en. arriving on Lilla Gomez Dorothy Gomez, train pasrengers come to the city I intervals to determine whether } I
North American service
uary first. After the three months MJathew\! ZocaL Donald Barber i proper and to the waterfront the specifications as required by" Washington ever since the foundation

large the powers of tK/e1. federal period] had expired it was decidedto Thurman Sands and Arsenio where yachtsmen come into Key the administration: are being complied -' was holding its convention in CIt1,1 TRIP of the republic but never to
remain for another month and Betancourt. i f with. ico was acclaimed as a great :I[ the extent it is practised today.
West.
government. the family left for the north May Members of the squads follow:'i J. Jerry Curtis, works directorof Dr. Fons Hathaway and other toward the closer understanding; : Originally a lobbyist was a "per

Many politicians thought the 1 instead of April 1 as first in Marjorie Russell corporal;'I the Key West Administration I members of the Federal Housing. between the races of North Amer-' TO BAMBOO KE sonal contact" man who lay in
President
tended. Betty Rae Russell, Florence Dillon told members of the Guild that at' Administration, are expected to ica. Messages from I wait for wavering legislator in
President was quite ready to pro- The other letter is from Mr. Margaret Taylor Mahala I the compost pits at the golf course! arrive in'Key Wst tomorrow to examine : Roosevelt and Prem tr Bennett thePresident of I I the lobby of the capitol and but-

pose such a change immediatelyafter and Mrs. Henry M. Brewster. of Etheridge Lilla Ann Gomez Ruth' citizens could on certain days pro-i a number of application I Canada were presented to Mexico MAKE COLLECTION OF | ton-holed them in the interest of
of
the NRA decision. He said Michigan who also spent several Russell Erma Frow. I this healthful fertilizer material -I which have been made. of the Republic I 1 the organization or cause he rep-
and cure Senor Lazaro Cardenas' wl-o QUITO IMPELLING; i
months last resented. Now the word has become
delightful season Una use. Those -
corporal for their own
to Margaret White
in' effect it would be impossible ; -
I welcomed Lions jt grand reception
the
occupied the Knowles cottage on May\ Brady, Ida Fay Curry. Alice not wanting to hire a truck to1 get a -I WHICH WAS I to inclusive that almost any
do the things he considers neces- MORE SPECIES attended by all Lions and
Vernon avenue. Sardinas Sylvia Dillon. Florence the compost can go to the course II I I 'I [attempt to influence legislationcomes
sary if federal authority must beheld They write of having fully de- Sweeting, Elia Blanco Edith I I with gunny sacks. the diplomatic representatives f) lliRE FOR EXPERIMENTA. under the head of lobby

within the limits laid down cided spending' the coming &evral countries.
on i ing.
Singleton. While, plants and seedlings can-,. AQUARIUM elected
Lions
the
by the supreme court. winter season in "your delightful Celina Betancourt. corporal;,I not be picked up for transplanting I' Yesterday RichardJ. A 'Faithful Drudge
vice ,
their first president
Whether' because of the reaction -I city" and that ask of the the housing used department Onaida Gonzales Georgiana', immediately, citizens were I Osenbaugh of Denver, to thepresidency C. Tanner, sanitary I A "lobbyisttherefore!, may

cottage Sanchez. Margaret Bernal. Bettie urged to save them until lIucbtime f association. be said to be one "who sb1! engage
or not, administration men ) MANY ADDED TO of their with the West
last season be gotten in readiness SPECIMENS: Key
111
Lewin. Mary\ ,A. Kelly. Elizabeth a* funds are available > "Dick" Osenbaugh, an official whether for pay or otherwise
Lion
\soon .afterward Disavowed any; for oeeilpnocy not-later. than No- Made Palenzuella. the trucks, it was an LARGE COLLECTION NOW I I influence
vember 1.BISCUIT. Sawyer operate of the Denver Sewer Pipe and !. Lion retnrned to Key West in an attempt to
intent to espouse an amendment.t Celia Carmona, corporal; Carme nounced. Meantime cooperating Clay Company has been a widely i legislation or to prevent legislation -
SEEN
TO BE
Now however, the tendency again ; Sunti. Blanche Cervantes Rose citizens should communicate by known and respected: figure in the night after spending the day by a legislative body."

ill! toward doing so. COMPANY M. Kelly Milma\ Russell Nellie phone with A. D. Luethi. Guild eCEOciation for many )'eal'$. Mr.\ company with some member Lobbyists themselves agree with

The President's Advice Perez Grfeelda Garcia Olga Ma- secretary and advise him of the Osenbaugh has been president of : this delu tion. Some, however,
chada. I available plants so that they can More species have been added I the Denver Lions Club, district j I his staff and others, at I. go a bit further. One recently

The course of the Roosevelt CLOSES BUSINESS I Hilary Albury, corporal Joe be catalogued for immediate I I to the collection at the Key West; of Colorado Lion Clubs, i Key collecting more of the described himself facetiously aa

legislative strategy is one indica. Salden, Steve Baldwin Frank transplanting when trucks can be Aquarium and to the crawfish governor became a member of the quifo repelling flant found 2't I""a faithful drudge with a hurry's

tor.With i Stickney, Jack Lopez Hilbum used. Citizens were asked to save hatchery, nearby which .is being I tional board of directors interna-I Thepursley weed, which the- f r .PQtal1o ,*' .' .:. .

an adverse supreme court I Cerezo. Eddie Nelson Andrew the plantS, rather than destroy I operated in conjunction with the served two years, and was pellent., Cuscnta Umbellata l The practice i of lobbying is dn
ruling on AAA generally expected : LOCAL AGENT WILL WORK DIRECT Elwood. themThe r aquarium. rdo the third vice presidency in to the fact'that scarcely any bill01impottance

the President advised. THROUGH MIAMI Harry Bravo corporal; Roland Guild plans to cooperate Ic:1or.ely ,, Forty young Loggerhead 1932. He roe successively through i was transplanted this morning is" introduced in
congress not to let any doubt as! Delfin Jeminez. Antonio with the Garden Club and scarcely four days old have turtle'l will be cultivated for further
Roberts, I the three vice presidncies and was congress which does not financiallyhelp
to constitutionality "however reasonable )I OFFICES Betancourt. Jasper Walker Joe with theo Key West Administration purchased! from Bernard voted into the perimental !purposes, to or hurt someone or in which

," stand in the way of enactment Watkins, Alfred Baker Mario in beautifying the city it of Iniamorada:: and placed in the est unanimously office of the association hgh-I' jut: how effective it may be some person or organization has
of the Guffey coal bill.I f first large oval tank at the aqua as a mosquito combattant.The .
at yesterday's
Herce. I emphasized either unfriendly
was Mexico City meeting by the accredited not a friendly or an -
Rightly or wrongly, the Roosevelt f Yesterday the local distribution Alvae Acevedo,corporal; Louis; session. rium. The turtle are to young delegates representing party left No Name interest.
followers in congress have Vance Orlando made to that they hardly can carry or their early yesterday morning
Fernandez
I branch of the National Biscuit Stirrup. Efforts fhould be get I i 80.000 Lions. I Prime Weapon-Propaganda
regarded that advice as applying I I' Norman Cerezo,, of physical maneuvers at present and Bamboo from there
'comptny. at the corner of Olivia Esquinaldo. tree planting primary purpose officer of the convention
The presiding The old-time dealt in
to other measures!, too. In other Raul Cuestas the I I are being watched 6y many interested roily last night. The group lobbyist
Julian during
in- Lucignani done
words they act on the theory that II| and Duval streets was closed I Rendules. the Guild Guild now members persons. was Vincent C. Hascall of I'aboard the launch of Raul personal corruption of member
Anselma
definitely.I rainy season, Nebraska. 1934-35 presi-
Omaha. sixties of the
which he lent for the of congress. Tn the
the White House wants the pending Willie Wickers has donated a quez
I was announced yesterday Jose Regal corporal; George agreed. dent of the association. In turning J
i I last century for example, many
through regardless I I stone crab with to the
put
program afternoon by C. M. Sandifer district Moss. Ernest Ogd< and the question! of its hatchery. Emory Lowe Pierce Mr. Tanner the congressmen accepted
Richardson. Lewin Elloy Acevedo. Daniel i assured i
M.
and C. Mr. Hascall
manager I STONE GIVEN out president, included F. Camus and It. r projected transcontinental rail.i
left courts.In pointed
validity to pquarium director
ttie I Miami manager, who were in Vargas, Roland Keaton Thomas him of his personal support for j then
the' those in chargeof member of his staff; Earl r9&ds.t.o which eongreM was
many quarters, prediction Key West to attend to the details. Alfonso. "I.t< h In this morning that "the.ar, 'The association underPresident i
will' ob; I photographer; B. C. DeWitt, I engaged in pranting subsidies. Theprince
is that the highest court made 'Un the hatchery are anxious to ;
of the Flashy new uniforms. POSITIONMADE
[ These represntatives com- NEW Hascall registered a
j( director and three ,. of the modern lobbyist -
crabs and city weapon
throw out most of this program."! pany told The Citizen, before leaving the sewing room of the'' i social l tain as manyttone considerable gain in membership ,
is
condition ai I Commenting on the pan ; however, propaganda
What will that politically crawfish in spawning
mean I for Miami in the afternoon, service department of the Key and increased its number of clubs ,
that the this -*+e I, I which he found on Bamboo I Former Senator Thomas of
It might mean possible. Through means.
easily I that Oswaldo Carrera will remain West: Administration 'will be ASSISTANT TO HOP- .the. total of 2,710. The club ,
,10 Mr., Tanner raid this morning: Colorado once observed that "the
Democrats will tell the.farmers in! of the company worn by the Junior Patrol ''hiem- paid, the hatchery will be in a po-|' during the .
a* representative in- the association year
1936 that thel constitution cnltf i in Key West but all future distribution bers in Mfami. They have beer j .KINS. CHHF: OF WORKS PRO rition to aid in re-stocking the Vmtcrs legistered a ,total of 20,789 sep.arateactivities ; "The Cuscnta Umbellata is men who seek special favors in
natural but do not bribe. They
I mosquito repellent today
changed stands between them of the company's products laundered through the courtesy'olthe. ( around Key West. such the build- congress
:
:i as
I CRESS ADMINISTRATIONHeads use in mosquito control is as I rely almost exclusively upon the
federal aid will tell organized '
and I I
; standsbetween will be direct from. Miami throughMr. .Columbia Steam'Laundry'andthe ing of playgrounds, the supplying i: to be determined. It will manipulation of public entl.i -
labor that the constitution
Carrera. recreation department this; radios and Braille ;:
FEW SPONGE of typewriters take the place of draining i ment."
it and the guarantees of
morning was expressing appreciation to the 'blind the installs
courses
of departments of the and spraying of low areas Great business reform so-
the Guffey bill and the Wagner PATROLTO for this service by the laun PWA in Key West and citizens tion of safety devices and community other breeding places I ciological. professional cooperative -
JUNIOR
bill called by labor leaders"labor's SOLD TODAY in other
dry efforts
company. many
generally are expressing their sat "In order to get a real agricultural and what-not
magna cart a"; and theliberal I the first time that
This i h
isfaction over the appointment of fields. tive control from this Cn!! I organizations maintain agents at
elements generally thattheir GET OUTINGMEMBERS Julius F. Stone, Jr.. as assistant the gross: figures has risen; above Umbellata. dodder it will to
only hope lies in a, con- CUBA BRINGS IN l LARGEST OFFERING AT MUNICIPAL mark. or Washington. Their business is
to Harry L. Hopkins chief of the I the 20,000 I necessary to have a mat of I watch legislation which affects
stitutional change. Works Progress Administration. I DOCK WAS WOOL Swinging; the gavel to announcethe ETowth to cover the whole their principals or attempt at

Secretary Wallace Qnoles TO BE GIVEN PIC-!I 115 PASSENGERS News to this effect was receivedat I adjournment of the last Thursday se on areas to be controlled legislation and to report promptly -

When these circumstances are WPA headquarters yesterday VARIETY rion of the convention on -1 this plant could be embodied in and in detail on what is g>'ingon.

considered special interest! reposes NIC TOMORROW announcing that Mr.\ Stone was in' the new president praised the nisecticide, it would make a .

in a little-advertised speech I MORNING I( Steamship Cuba, of the P. and Jacksonville for a vacation following There were only a few lots of previous conduct himself of the to association direct- effective rpray. I These agents give themselves!

delivered by Secretary Wallaceon O. S. S. company returned yes three weeks of activity in rponges offered for sale at the and pledged I' "One of my men reports various titles. Some prefer to be

July 18 at Seattle Members ;r-u: Key West I terday afternoon 3:15 o'clockfrom the western: section of the United regular selling period on the municipal faithfully the affairs term.MUMFORDS of.the organ rome of the Cuscuta Um known a,* "legislative representative -
Mr. Wallace quoted from Thomas States. dock this morning. ization during his From the first trip which he "
Junior Patrol will be given a picnic Havana with 92 first class sponge i >,s, others'"public relation
Jefferson that the constitutionshould Saturday morning under the i I passengers four second class for This assignment for certain The largest offering was one and hung about his house : counsel and: others "Iegi.lativ

be handed on. "with I sponsorship of the recreation department Key West! ; 19 first class for Tampa I duties in the west followed closely lot of wool l which was purchased,, REACH I erably decreased the flies : secretaries." All, however are

periodical repairs' from generation of the Key West Admin Of the 115 passengers there upon Mr. Stone's departurefrom I I for $173. Other lots were of I Ic c mosquitoes. This man has i regarded as "lobbyists but as a

to generation! I istration. I were 60 aliens. Key West and while he was grass and yellow grades. Sales! receipts KINGSTON SAFE screens on his house at alL rule are eager to escape! that

Then said Mr. Wallace in conclusion The outing has been planned for i iI | The ship sailed 6:30 o'clock for actively engaged in FERA workin amounted to approximately "I shall experiment with i designation and disguise; their
"
: 1 I those members of the patrol who ]I I Tampa with 24 passengers and Florida. $300. plant as a spray Mr. Tanner operations with'cloaks of semes
"No one knows today just have participated actively in the: freight. The appointment of Mr. Stoneas I I Mr. and Mrs. Jose Pelaez of rliHed. and public need. '
l
which if any amendments to the I various work being: done by the' Coast Guard Cutters Carabasset special' organizer of the WPA KABARET Caroline street have received an : Not All Bad
will it is expected make it KIDDIE i
constitution maybe necessary! in I patroL and Saukee are both in port necessary airmail letter from their daughter ANNOUNCEMENTW.
of the
for him to visit Key West in One organization boasted
order to put such! a principle of, White members of the patrol today and are berthed in the sub- Mrs. M. E. Mnmford who. I
and the near future in company withC. TODAYA her Andre left Miami 1 now Kandl tact that in one year besides publishing
Park PARK I with lIOn,
proper union into action. will gather at Bayview marine base at the naval station. AT ,
I B. Treadway.. Florida adminis- monthly magazine with
"We do know that it has not colored patrol members will gather Yacht Elsie Fennimore arrived Sunday morning for Kingston, WHITE BELT DAIRY I a

been politically feasible to use at the Douglass school. They will yesterday from Tortugas took oil trator and other officials. Jamaica to join Captain Mnmford,* Sweet, Ccrtifi and national distribution it prepared

the federal unity of the United J be taken to Boca Chica in trucks.KAPPA I|and water at' the Porter Dock::1 "Kiddie Kabaret" will be master of the Wrecking Tug Kifl- Milk I' 36 special! and articles issued for in other the

States since the World war in any ; company and returned in the aft- aged late this afternoon in Bay- erig. Good Lack Oleo with glace, periodicals

mann
round approach to our PFS Saturday NightDANCE 5:30 o'clock. delightful ride in one of the Pan Better lit -. ...- _.___...... j to the newspaper

long-run economic and political "BON-BON" DANCECnbaa I I BURGLAR LOSES EYE Several numbers unusually good American clipper plane and their Fresh Eggs *>*. ".'_h_'__'_ I Not even the severest critics of
problems. are scheduled to be presented cafe arrival after an uneventfultrip. Pickled Mackerel each .._ lobbying however will say that it
k Club Tonight 9 O'clock t all bad. It is recognized by them
"Gradually the issue is being CHICAGO.-Caught in the act during the program which has They left Miami last Sun- is
Del Wood's Orchestra For Members and Guests morning 8:30 o'clock and arrived Tift'i Cash Grocery ;as an evolution of American life.
drawn. I hope it will be debatedat \of buglary James Morin of this been arranged through the recreation day

length in qvery convention in GENTS 60c !I city! lost one of his eyes put out; SCRIPT $1.00 department of the Key WestAdminiatration. at Kingston 5:40 o'clock that 1101 Division St. n_. I wade necessary specialization.by the present
of
A every. schoolhouse of the land. while he was resisting arrest. afternoon. era hags!



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PAGE/TWO THE KEY WEST CITIZEN
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: I W&t PublUhed Itt t ?Dally W8t&Except Sunday Citizen By) LEE DIED A "PRISONER" KEY WEST IN : {i....YEST1....i! !if r TODAY'S WEATHER ] I

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THE> CITIZEN prKMSIIINC COQ. INC. It may not be generally known that DAYS GONE BY The : .
I.. r. AHTMAV Prealdeat Southern I>
JOB ALLEN A..I..... DI.... Manager General Robert E. Lee was technically a Happenings Here Just 10 Year as, en the I RCE I
From The Citizen Building prisoner of war at the time of his death in I'm: ted .I.II Temperature Honda: Fair tonight and Saturday -
t 7 Corner Greene and Ann Street Ago Today A* Taken From Proctors ,.,....,. !
,t -, 1870, but such is the case according to a The Filet Of The CitizenJ. !Sanders ( '' Highest .... .................._.._.._85 I except local thuadershower-
Only, D il7 Newapaper. In Key Went and Monroe the Dixtrirt I might' Lowest ._.. ... .... ... 79 Saturday afternoon.
County.Entered ,' writer in the Pathfinder. States Florida for I if your wife !1!; Mean :::- ._:::....::... :::::::::...:.::.82 I II I Jack$ ,ille to Florida Strait-

: "" at KeyJWeat. _"Florida aa second claaa- matterEIFT After Lee's surrender to Grant at Ap- J. Kirschenbaum now hold more or I... i to do the !, Normal Mean ..,......-,.. .......___84 and Fast Gulf: Gentle variable

.-SIITH VELAR pomattox on April 9, 1865, he was the record which, because of its In wines,,; of and 3C2 << Rain fall* winds over extreme north and
Member ... Preas released excellence is not I I.I I
A.I.
f the i likely to be 38 1-5 ; gentle to moderate east or foutheat -
The Associated Preaa Is exclusively entitled to ns. Yesterday's Precipitation .50 Ins.:
President I
I on parole. Johnson'samnesty broken at an early date for the quarts : that there' winds south and central
credited to over
for republlcatlon of all news dispatcher
It or not otherwise credited In this paper and also !I proclamation issued the following lowest score made on the munici- i t lUrardi'pnac.. a> ; I I I a in the Indian Normal.1M.. record Precipitation> Z4-k,...12 rerlwdending Ins.:1!i portions and partly overcast
n ter r
the local news published here.'NATIO.NAI month did not include Confederate officers pal golf links by a resident player. i mer Apri i,..f'D"r':.':: : ; : 1 1'I : '! the govern- I at t"* :>.1_... tats rmral.g.Tomorrow's I weather tonight and Saturday with
For 'a
several months the loan AlmanacSun
former system I widely scattered shower'
fWICRIALASSOCIATION) I' above the rank_ of colonel or any who had low score was held by Robert 'I rot Benedictine nrandy: : >> :!! 1 rises .... .. ...... .., 5:52 a. m.:

JllrmAet/ 1935O been educated at West Point or who had Spottswood with a score of 41. heres.Bacardi: 11 J- ; ; I Sun eets: .... ... .. ..... 7:16 p. m.' WEATHER CONDITIONS
resigned from the United States to :'ilr. Kirsehenbaum not only lowered I Wine.: 200 2 i iI Spain is valued Moon rises .. .. 3:14& a. m. I This itI's somewhat

Year .-._.SrBlC'B'PT'O_..._!...'..-... .--.....RATE!! $10.0. join the Confederacy so Lee army it but did so dE'ci'livt'ly.1' I I Xefrita gallons; 37" ,I No one i I Moon! ': 5:2.& p. m. warmer morning in the northern Great;
Six I Booths 5.00: I was ineligiblefor chalking up a score of 37 which ; judge ; estimating the. I
Tomorrow's Tides
Plains
Three Monthss, .... .... %.1iG amnesty on all three counts. is only two above par. <;m. 1-5 ;, America. where temperatures' are now
One Month .05 of i i A.li.. P.M. 10 to 15 degrees above normal.
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Weekly' .. -7" ._ =-=i .20 Johnson provided, however, that I and { : :: ;:: ; i iI High ... .... '''m_' 7:19 9:11 I Msxima; of 90 degrees and "vi'
*- ADYERTIIING RATES! Among the recent arrivals in I virtue of : perfect an _......_.. ___
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Made known on application. those in the excepted classes would have law. to me I Low 12:06 2-&:; were common yesterday throughout -
Key West
I were Mr. and Mrs. Joe some of them f. that
Wednesday i Barometer 8 a. m. today: region. On the other
AU reading: notices SPECIAl cards NOTICE of thanks resolutions of their applications for pardon consideredand Mitchell' Chapple and Senator T. aid ISJi, I ; :: i : of politics. Sea level, 30.06.WEATHER hand the weather. is somewhat cooler )-
respect obituary notices, et;, will be charged for at Lee made application accordingly, hut Coleman DuPont and Mrs. Du- ages spirits and in New England and temperatures
the rate of 10 cents a line. I
Pont. After
Notices for entertainments br churches from whicha I his request was entirely ignored by the West the a short visit in Key a tody.UiMrit l I''I where everyone FORECASTTill are again about normal >n
revenue Is to be derived are 5 cent a line. party proceeded to Tam- I'nited ter by his first : that section. Elsewhere thermal
The Citizen Is an open forum and Invites discussion President. The terms of Lee's parole were pa. While here the ,,
party expressed City of Key | conditions about seasonal
of pubile .luues and subjects of local or gener.1Int.rnt Uv ,. ( 8 p. m., Saturday) j t are
of
but It will not publish anonymous communications respected, however, and he was never molested themselves as being delighted Falol ". )I I I I Key West and Vicinity: Fair Rain were general during the
although ne was never restored to with Key West, its people and i, owners, and was being tonight and Saturday except local la!'t 24 hours from southern Tfx
many atrractions. j have or as northeastward to Maine in the
The East is hotter than Florida, returning citizenship.As I Jby ..cited and to drug basis store, Florida peninsula and locally in

Key Westers state. is well known, after the war Gen. Rev. Father L. P. White, who' rause.final decree If ; loaves con' South Dakota.

eral Lee accepted the presidency Washington has endeared himself to the con-I I r.ray..... rare alue. I Pressure is normal or above east
gregation of St. MLry's Star of:, shal. of the Mississippi! River and a
The stock market like the pendulum, College at Lexington, Va., and remained -
the Sea church, bade farewell slight; disturbance' is central over
:swings back and forth, from bull to bear. in that office until he died, when to his parishioners yesterday and I :NOTICE I ;: more a man than has 4- Mk. I the northern Rocky Mountains.

the name of the institution was changedto will leave during the week for t and Notice by Is I' t says. This:( vt- 1 i) iII. S. 11. GOLD'3 IITII.
,West Palm Beach where he and : Temporarily in Charge:
decree I
Lee. But at the tim0 wills strain our
and
Washington .
Since so! few horses are left, Jonah is be in, charge:;. of the Catholic .made and I I. 1 }
f June. a;'
A. : : RATHER BE FINED
wonderingwhere all, the horsepowercomes of his death he was still a parole Ic Piisoner- church in that city. Rev white!''Circuit: (" : I Ii
1 .
.-.. of his r. will be succeeded Father P.I i iieial ....; I
of war, deprived civil rights. bv i professors!
ida ,
from. ? in and ; Fair Thundershowers NEW YORK.-Arrested! for desertion -
tarnane who has visited Key.i;Chancery, I
in it would be I
; ordered to return to
West and is well known to j ing therein and
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a nounber : thundershowers Saturday after his wife Charge, Cerrin of thi
plaintiff ,
!
IS WORLD HEALTH BETTER' I
Lawyers generally get what they'reafter ,,.. > of citizens pany a I noon; gentle to moderate east and I city asked that he be fined in- I

so it is not. surprising that they got of existing Florida, ( I inks that the I II southeast winds. stead.
this via Are'
Returning morning P. I crazy.
their Ransom. Information gathered "by the LeagUe' tion --
and O. ship were Harry Gwynn, I mind, Doc?
the lawn of
of Nations seems to show that in 1934 the P. Ross Roberts and J. Otto Kir- are .. .. I t

A crook in New York by the name of fifth year of the depression, the death rate chheiner, who were in Tallahassee(Ion of.".:ned lax Bale( r invent a better;
thelv neighbor i
matters pertaining to I ;
I -111 offer .
Amen has been sentenced to the peni of the world declined and the populationrate special session of the legislature public .. I to quickly We will be pleased to have you consult u. about 1

tentiary. Amen. rose. in the matter of the water district I!the front highest door i : i ij;\

At first glance, this seems.to indicate bill. Theirisit was successful I' House of I j how you can

Any deviation from the concepts of that hard times do not affect the healthof and will call the The governor special has session advised; some he.I during in Monday the City the the l"1 I ;; History i 11 101: }

people as much as most of us thought. time in October.Editorial I>. 1113",
the Constitution may have serious con- i land situate : ..... .. Build Buy
or
However, some authorities hold that the County of : a ,
sequences. Newspapers all over the landare to-.It:
public is now reaping the benefit of comment.If you wantto I, Lot<< ) ; Centre" es-
stressing this point, in many cases, many : built up the future of Key (2) of :\ service to] Refinance Your Home
years of patient research and former years i division British
m.ost vehemently.The West you will) have to use< something I thereof e Roy-j
I of good health. They seem to think that more constructive than the One (I 1).

the figures ten years from now may reflect hammer. l Court fice of
endurance of those who sit :and ratified the :
more accurately the deterioration of I Lot or repair or modernize: any type of
around waiting for something to turn According to information
up received (2) of )( .
public health as a result of the depres- building insured credit
on
at the local coast guard division
is remarkable; if this endurance were applied I thereof Hunt Morgan, ,
sion. headquarters the A. B. 19 has t
to One (1), ; raider.
something constructive, success located the British schooner whichwas I fire of
Hospitals closed for lack of funds
a : end of
would be assured.Everywhere wrecked some time and i Court,
lower standard of living for the unemployed is now a floating derelict.ago Since and Lot c The First National Bank of Key West I

and the general decline in'the practiceof : last. May efforts have been made ,Two (2..>>>.. dear the I
one reads suggestions on to locate the vessel. The A. B. 19 ..
physicians cannot be ignored, and inevitably I 'plat OCCI.PASCT"I of Marne and Under the I
how to keep well. One good reason that I is now reported to be standing by Book one Approved Mortgage
will have bad
effect in the tbe
a office
the
awaiting arrival of the Comanche
we can advance and one which has an I Circuit : 1 ;
future.
from Galveston. I Florida.
econoaijc! appeal as well is not' to eat too I I Dated July : ; 63, at Day-I FEDERAL HOUSING ADMINISTRATION
I Jennings Bry-
much ; It is healthier and less expensive. The Catholic daughters of America '; '.... ( 1
BOYS AND GIRLS II I W. CURRY
will give a card party and I Solicitor
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j dance at the club rooms of the : :

The most sarcastic reference to the (Fort Myers News-Press) I I organization in the rear of the I, :I.I'.I'I'I.I'IIII: -

president was the printing without com- Two stories in the Catholic church on Division street NOTICE : ..... ....... ................................... ..............
day's news about boys and OTICJ.: .
corner of Windsor Lane Wednesday
ment alt the head of the New York heraldTribune's under and .
girls. At Tampa the board of public instructionlifts evening. An enjoyable timeis suant. to .
editorial column his oath of of- the ban on the hickory stick and authorizes 'I promised all! who attend. and entered. !
fice, to "preserve, protect and defend the I June A. I)
I
Jefferson j
B. I
teachers AND AWNING
to whip children when they refuse to behave
ConstItution of the United States." I Henry Haskins, accompanied by 'Ir..it Judicial
and insist on disturbing the normal disciplineof his sister Mrs. May Sweeting, will I Florida, In
the class room. At Key West 2,000 boys and I leave on the Mallory steamer this I cause ...
There i is something rotten in Denmark for New (Ueorge; W. i
evening York and from
girls volunteer to spend their vacation hours in and Henry
is familiar When there will proceed to Montreal. ..
a quotation. the United
cleaning the city and for the and If COMBINATION
up getting ready Canada, for a stay of several I dead, I
devisee
States obtained the Virgin Islands from next tourist season. weeks. ants, and

Denmark for $25,000,000 it in- I claiming an .
seems we
The "spare the rod and spoil the child" angleof land ., .
'heriteil also the putridness. The Pearsn Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Fleming fondants. :
the first story does not have much interest for Master In

investigation shows that the three Virginsare this department. But the Key West story _hast announce Dr. Lowe's the birth hospital of a on daughterat Eaton !,said sell at decree" ea Material For This Purpose Is Weatherwood

not s_ o moral as we had a right to ex bidder for
distinct attention. There streft..R
claim on our is something door of the

pect. admirable about the spirit of .rtow+ 'iktf. Ats ANa Malligan recently I, day Monroe Au Densboard Or Weatherwood Hardboard

I- down in Key West who saw their city tak a lie asd the hostess test in the I I being a legal a

'During\ a women': ith etic contest ;.n lease on.'life when the FERA! took charge lrfd -ttw Ynerft badge contest of Troop 3, i, hours of :

New 'York a race "for fat%'omen was announced 'want to do their part. The'youth Jo fP ?rh1A s girl eouts. Following i a dinner\ at ; in o'clock the in Years the People of South Florida have
I the feme, 315 Fleming street. following/ '
i I, but there were no takers. Later known island will share with their= fJeWiA the satisfy the.m, said a Material like This. Something like

the announcer stated there would be a race rehabilitation of a city which "*;;gt.je* tion work for. thefilling On the

for the pleasingly-plump. Six 200-pound- The adults have already completed 1,800,000 station which is to be erected at One being O Lot). 1 but having Weather Resisting Prop-

ers o(.the fair sex entered the race. Thereis hours of free labor to repay a benevolent govern I, the corner streets of by Fleming the Gomez and,I Filling Elizabeth according Plat Book so That it Could be Used for Two Good !

a wrong and a right way to put it, inorder.to ment for coming to the rescue*. Now the Key I Station, rand the Key West Tire roe

:'. get results. Vest: Junior patrol each member wearing a I company is being completed. ALLAN B. -
I Drilling for the placing of the Solicitor
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badge, will keep the city spic and span whitewash I pipes will be started today. The 1. To Serve in Place of an Awning.

Not many Americans were killed in unsightly fences, beautify yards and act as place will be opened for businesson .
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the Spanish-American war. The worst en- life guards to keep up the good work started by August 15.Today's.
2. To be Light and Strong so That it
emy the United States had to fight in 1898 the government With such a spirit, Key West .......;................. THE :

was di ease. Only 1275 were killed in Cuba can't help but get back on its feet. I Horoscope Could be Let Down Quickly and :

and'in the Philippines, but the number The first job tackled by the civic conscious ....... .
.. ....*........* Serve as Storm Shutters in Case of !
which* died of diseases and other causes!\ Key West kids was to clean up all tin cans sad I Good ability in speech and writing -

was 8933. That i U the history of every nation mosquito breeding places. Another squad visited and great enthusiasm. But Storm. :

engaging in.. military campaigns in swamps to seine gambusia affinis-.tiny mosquito the mind is elasticand given to

foreign countries. Mussolini will probably eating fish-and place them in cisterns and open wandering., naturally The, rather mind: undeveloped may become Made One! and Hung Over Our Front! Entrance. When :

emerge victoridthi*' in 'Ethiopia but the water tanks. Another patrol cleaned up' Key tJid needs to be carefully by, Look it Over. Or, Better Still Come in and'. Look :

sacrifice in men through disease is beyond West's beach and then stayed on the, job as life trained morality.in the laws of life. and ,Way it i is Made.. .And ,Let Us Explain and Show You the ,
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calculation.'. ',*. '. '" i i guards and swimming instructors --- I CHAS"" : of this Weatherproof Material-
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Now there is no reason why the youth of any Subscribe! to The Citizen-20c A .maa. IS
where you of this Material is About the Same Wood.
should weekly. "ml.Tt mm as There
England, another welsher in the war city work for nothing but there is something .

debts to the United States, was helped in ; admirable in the spirit of those Key West If tr of great I : 'e Different Thicknesses) and grades Carried in Our Stock, :

staving off a disastrous silver price collapse kids who want to help Uncle Sam put their home I KEY WESTCOLONIAL A steel!. the ;;: ;; > You can Have e a Wide Group to Choose From.- ,,

in London when the American government town back on its feet. That is the spirit of the HOTELIn ,

purchased 50,000,000 ounces of Boy Scouts, the spirit of children who help their i j the Center of the Business land I I, Every Shower Room I'I'I Florida Contracting & Engineering Co.
CeDing Fan
the white metal. Last week it was France., parents keep the borne fires burning the spirit t'' and Theater District !t Ventilation. :

The defaulting nations laugh at us whileon which in its ultimate manifestation will build a j I .I struction Mattresses
first Cla -Fireproof- While and Eliza Street :
terra firma but when they get into deep nation. 1I I! SeuibU Rat* I.Ing Lamps I

water they yell for help, and Uncle Sam, I I .
78 Roms "Y ourlrholne is worthy of the best
the life saver, comes to their rescue with A new magazine- is published by and I!! COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEI *... H a__.... :.

the definite knowledge that his aid will go for lunatics. It is unique only because Caraf* EUvalorPopular 14 KMM*. .
without reward. jt'J"I' Price I* Sample R .........................................................:
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FRIDAY, JULY 26,' 1935. THE KEY WEST CITIZEN PAGE THREE

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I READY MADE J VillD' BASEBALL GAME SOCIAL LEAGUEGAMES I i: CLASSIFIED


g-r- HERE ON SUNDAY TONIGHT
.. flY CORALIE
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tr.\OPSIS Lak"f' ...4 B.. The same thought of Wanda Steel SPORTS I 1!I COLUMN
Co b. )
Vonrt"'lIel.aranit kes 1rete.diap teen."e waea .,...roan.ri.. was in his Irritated mind that Laurie .. (By JOVE) In the Social League double-i ,tt,...,.., !"..!,.,....
tbnabt wen dead a. borrdr.d had so often had about him.: why '
aka aewe-and wAn be r.trrnrd ..- had she come back Into his life? The Pirates will! play at the Navy I I header tonight, the Service and Advertisement under this head

tae Pretense.Ae waaweed la protect to R.eostin.*'. joo. In the encL, he wrote a stiff letter Yard Sunday against a picked the Administration will clash in I.I.I I will be inverted< in The Citizen at
Now IV/inrfff Strelt Hex' 6eefartor team. The club is getting readyto I the eye-opener and the Cave Inn
of thanks as If to a stranger and the rate
baa toit *'(". Ands c&Hoiay and the Lighthouse be in of Ic a word for each in-
.,... play with the National Guards: the
in bee irll* Lanrto boa spent the rest of the day cursing I
.* claim .'iUZCA..K ftcx-iml...h..resent.Wando .. himself and dreading the ordeal tocome. .-- -. during their. encampment in Aug- nightcap. : sertion. but the minimum for theI
a a > first j insertion
I in instance is
every
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Laurie letter 'The following players 25c.
was reading a when CARDINALS TAKE DO YOU KNOW THATBy
Chapter 15 Rex Moore came into the flat at LINKSBy II the line-up: Griffin Casa. Pena. Payment for classified advertUements -
DOINGS AROUND THE GOLF
I
MONEY AGAIN seven. o'clock. Al. Acevedo. Carbonell.' Armando is invariably in advance.

"Gladys, my sister coming back SLUMP BY LOSINGTWICE Acevedo. M. Aeevedo, A. Perez, Q. I but regular advertisers with ledger
soon1
THE ,nest morning, as as. tomorrow. she told him.:There was 1 I Lopez Machin and a few others. ( JOVE) accounts have their advertiser
may -
Albery arrived at his of a soft, happy look in her blue eyes. ( GRAVY) On the picked team will be: In- Arthur Baeza has not been

ace:Hex Moore called. and asked to "She thinks they are going to make ae.e..l...,.-!...-.- t.1. .............5.. .- .- .- .-.. .. .- .- ... \ { TO GIANTSCHICAGO graham. Bethel Hale Albury J. around the cigar !store! since the ,r ments Advertiser charged.!; : should give their

fee blm. a tour of the London suburbs. That '1---7--T-- of a lot of guys things than putts. Navarro. Joe Navarro. D. Navarro. Yankees started playing the Tigers -,i street address as well as their trie
1're: come to ask 'yon for something. means she'd be here some time. But until he I Wickers Salinero, Al. ? He waits
made out of is lost Gopher. to see how they phone number if they desire re-
the man d.It'. a she can't stay here can she?" I
young : or some such solube material CUBS WIN OVER Rodriguez and a few others. make out then comes around and I i I FttltS.i .
tall order, bat Las got'nobody else Why not?" he asked. "I thoughtit
: ? a' half dozen or ventured The game will- be called at 3 gives his views of the results.' With each. classified
i : advert
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turn DODGERS I I
to to. I'm badly In need of was fixed. BROOKLYN ONCE i
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I yesterday to play a of having I JD.i I 1 1t I ment The Citizen will
game Stowers free
give
moqey.. Would yon let, me bare a 'What room Is she to ban Share. IP I I j an
loan 9| a thousand Rounds L : miner great sport known as golf or said to his MORE; PITTSBURGH PIRATES Frank (Stag) Stickney has had Autostrop Razor Outfit. Ask for

Albery looked slightly startled. He I "No. tbat wouldn't do. he said ; be !cow pasture pool. It I .e he'd go out and : DOWN PHILLIES i TQD4Y'S GAMES I t hard luck since he wrote Bill Ter-' it.

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was paying the young man a thousand with his grim chuckle. "We must i I that some claimed they wets t course! was still I ry that letter? The Giants kepti I

a year as a retal er. It was his i keep up the conventions at any to stay at home or office and thing but Sam- AMERICAN LEAGUEi i losing; right on until the past few WANTED

habit however! to take such surprises ..: cost. You're forgotten the room on I' a little work but after taking | said and did the I i Washington at New York-I! days. I think Stag should join

humorously. I the other aide of the landing, where look, at a few guys it looks I both arrived on 'i.-I.!' .. Tae CHUra) I i Linke vs. Broaca. I Bobby Shultz. Doughnuts. Roma-, SOME ONE TO DRIVE car to

"What's the Idea. Moore T Do yon Albery'a young cousin' put up his ,! they staled at home and got t I 4 p. m. and
want tfl,buy", Mrs. Moore a pearl. necklace men friends. It's good enough for few winks of sleep. But one 'I : When all was over J r New York Giants are now leading'! or Auker vs. Lee.games 1 I. and pull for the team that is on I j Will pay Ferry charge and ga"-.

_, r* your sister. Isn't it? It's got its own I some and two twosomes J vcre- even, so! they ;I t Only .scheduled. top. Then he will surely have a! Jefferson B. Browne. jly26-2t
bathroom. to miss a few raindrops and I clubhouse. and 1 1 the St. Louis Cardinals, world I winner.
( LEAGUE
"No..lt' a debt I want to pay. It NATIONAL !
Laurie had forgotten It. How get home all safe and sound. I, J FEMALE, HELP-SALESLADIES
be all right.. Mr. be i i but of course,'J'1 I : Derrinjrer -
pill Albery. ,
Cincinnati at Chicago-
could she have been so stupid and champions, by three full games by i ;
added earnestly: for him, almost j j Lennie Licata, the genial veteran -
made herself look a fool again? She It that Mr. Robert I vs. Fre.nch- I SPECIAL EMPLOYMENT for
numbly."It sounds a lot 1 know but had I looked into it when .he had seems could I --- J I virtue of having taken both games t I Only 1 ga/ne! 'scheduled. from Camp 3, has been umpir-I married $15 weekly
women.
wood he j
J can pay It back soon. rye been pointed it out. But her mind was always thought put went out too,1 ing very well for the last month? !
I
ffered a big price for some articles! in a muddle now. She was only with Mr. William Wesley I : found a stranger.! of the doubleheader played yester; ninj; Hallaban, Heusser, P. Col- He claims that he has had enough l.I: and new Autumn dresses! FREE
by the North American Gazette- for a few minutes and so! batted them i ii i ; however and refuses to continue representing nationally known
her sane, well-balanced self when | they day. L| lins. Eckert and V. Davis.
'Dead Airman Comes to Life' ,ou"n'ow play together against Mr. hard time I do blame Fashion Frock No canvasnng.
she was at work in the office. i bad a umpiring. not you,
the sort of thing! I'm starting Lopez aided and abetted by the Brooklyn No investment. Send dress!
oeE., water puddles,I I The Cubs defeated Lennie there is not a soul living
on them at once." I other than the tonsorial art I At Chicago R. H. E. size. Fashion Frocks Dept. T-
It'll do splendid. who these Conchs.
of please
,rES. hu'j his opponent'sI can
But what about your dislike of ly"she course.said and her voice was Mr. Berlin Aloysius Sawyer. i never even kept Dodgers, 4 to 2, for the fifth I Brooklyn ...___.____..._...._ 251 2305, Cincinnati, Ohio.
"< < alas and alack Messrs. I I ..._... 4 10 1 jly26-ltx
publicity? 'asked Albery. with uplifted .-- hard as it always was when these [ ; it was over 35 but!1 r time in succession and climbed into Chicago -----------a---- Blondy Roberts the shiek who
and Watkins Batteries Clark and Lopez;
wood
:
were no
eyebrows. domestic subjects came up."But perhaps The latter he was second' place. pitches for the Bermuda Bakery
"Cent help It. I've got to get the I, she'd be all right in my place.. for their opponents on account I I ';) 1 Carleton and Hartnett.At ten in the Social League thinks ROOMS

,money. But I want It now." The landlady would look after her. the aforementioned I i ____ 1 1I 'I The Pittsburgh Pirates downedthe the I is good looking? lie says so f 1 "THE 1IUNRO"-Rooms unexcelled -

To hlrp elf. Albery was saying. "1 I suppose." (Mr. Lopez and Mr. ) 1 teems we have an-' Phillies, 9 to 8, the Bucs run- Pittsburgh R. H. E. himself. [ in price and location

must be right. There must be some "And you'd be worried to death. played ring-around-Rosie with I! in our midst nam- ., ning their winning streak_ to eight Philadelphia ......._..__-____ S 11 0 running! water. 128 N. E. 4th
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woroan In this. lie never said anything I can see. She is certainly coming! team of Bob and Willie. But. Come out from that straight.The Pittsburgh :...._.....-_.___ 9 13 3 I i,
Johnnie Walker Jr. would hurla street Miami
about being In debt before." here. Didn't we decide it would be course. Mr. Pious has an alibi. j Johnson and : Fla. jly26-lmox
11 Batteries: Jorgens
You
Clem Price.
Boston-Cincinnati
as well to have a witness to our cat this i U true on account of what [ game good game if the plate was a
Aloud he spoke. with quiet cordiality. !- ; ed of yourself Wilson; Bush, Swift and Padden.i FOR RENT
and dog lIfehe added mockingly. told me himself in the presence I was called off on account of rain, moveable one? I mean, they

"I'm glad I'm going to.meet your witnesses. It seems that I y rascal : with ail games scheduled in the I should move the plate in different -I

"Of course.Ill lend you the money. sister. Does she mention met You Pious! broke his putter on I cancelled Boston at! Cincinnati i, postponed directions when he throws the BICYCLES-WE RENT by the

my boy. I'm glad you came to ms said she wrote nice things when she five when making a stroke. see the di!appear-j American League being rain. ball, then he would find the plate;; Hour, Day or Week. Repair
I always feel I can't do too much had back." by rain. I all makes and paint them with
heard I come the truth ropa vieja a few
that i is absolutely on
for you. I'll write the check now.- "Glad writes she is 'thrilled to the' I" follow Administration ten could Na-EnameL We full
count of two other guys saw : and a few drinks of I| The summaries : LEAGUE I The carry a
"Make It so that 1 can cash It, the idea of meeting you,'' AMERICAN of for the
bone' at Pious pick up the pieces of t this is going down NATIONAL LEAGUE at Philadelphia post not "take it" Tuesday night? At supply parts. Agent
please! Laurie told him. Chicago of the third inning the Rollfast and Dayton Bicycles.
will the end
putter and slam-' them! into I some' more First Came .
"All and "Good! I'm sure we shall get on. poned, rain.Cleveland And sell them low $5.00
rlghtAII\ I'J wrote woods back of number five rising and so I Lighthouse!: had 24 runs and 22 as as
,
handed over the slip of paper as If I II You must think up a small dinner And Mr. Pious broke this of :Mother At St. Louis R. H. E. hits off the combined pitching of down and $1.00 per week. We

I it were a thing that happened everyday for her tomorrow. We'll celebrat.i i when making a shot-not II :ies. The dinner" is' New York ,__."'_'''''..''.... 3 12 0 I II at Washnigton, postponed Tynes and Gene Roberts and the Buy and Sell all makes of used
"You needn't be In any burry topay "1 suppose we'd better get read 1 1i rain. Phone 278. J. R.
.I made. will be promptly Louis ,.. 151 I Accountants had enough. So they Bicycles.
I the shot Many ---
: with Mrs. was t _
lIald.Well., what'sthe to dinner \
It back.be to
go
e-&b;; ; 616 Duval
Stout, decided to call it a night. Stowers company
fuelr'' said. hr.ve: broken drivers brassies! If vou are late you I I t.i ,
latest report on the new Laurie hat Sam Harris and Danning P. Dean, Haines and :1 Detroit at New York, postponed I I street jly.9
"I don't like to say anything yet. "1 suppose so. His vole lost all. I maybe iron clubs but never i v+ j I I ;

It seems too good to be true. I've expression. He had been talking before putter. But Mr. Pious usese Delancey. rain. i REFRAINS WORK PIANO TUNING

only tried It In the car. If It really almost as if they were friends; .- ...- --- ,I : !
each' Second Came St. Louis at Boston, postponed, CHICAGO. Mrs.Elizabeth\
least, if they understood
range conies!in off.tbe It air.will:Gerard nearly Is double still workIng our- at other. It as was a queer kind of com- e..1....,.,.....!...!..,.'-t..i I At St Louis R. II. E.New .*IraIn., Martin of this city testified that PIANO TUNER, Laureano Mo.

; on the safety test: be seems certain .. panionship that they experienced, York ......<<<.<...._....13 17 0 the only work her husband had reno. Excellent piano for Wit

success.. Of course I'm not now and then. After all. even ene-J BATTING AVERAGES IN SOCIAL} LEAGUE St. Louis .. ..........-.. ....... 2 9 3 I Subscribe i to The Citizen-20c done in four years was to take I cheap. 1018 Division street.

an expert." mles can understand one another. I Batteries; Parmelee and Dan- weekly. his dog for an airing. a jly25-lm<

"Hut using It In the engine of tbe The telephone ran&1' ... ...,. .... ..,'." .tf!! "tt"-f'.' ..... .
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car. you said there would be danger Rex Moore went to answer it. Whortcn and Brindel of the Service team who have each hit .
above a certain speed?" From him Laurie only heard S.T-, safely on their only official trip to the plate are leading the hitters ; < -

"I'think .o. That's< what. Gerard III eral sharp exclamations: in the Social Diamondball League.. '
working: pn'"Safety I "Oh! Yes of course! Too bad! I The official record which includes all games played np to July
Is everything my boy.i hope so! Immediately? All right! 19. shows that Alfonso with five safeties, out of seven trips to the ,
Don't take risks!" !" (late is in third place with a .714 average. '
I Ill ready
get
All of the players in the league are )hitting the ball at a fast: FIRMS
"One must now and then-It's all He turned to her when be hung up
In the day's work. : clip for there are 19 players with a .500 or better average. I
the receiver. The following players are hitting a .500 or a better average: I
"Hut It mustn't be In your dayswork "A call from Albery.An S.O.S.The Player- AB R II TB SB Pet.

for the present-not tbat particular two airmen. Kendal and Giles, who Whorton ...................__.......m..m.. 1 1 1 1 0 1.000
risk. You've got to be perfectly were flying across Africa have been Brindel ....-......___.. 1 1 1 4 0 1.000 : Who Rush To Give You Service-Patronize Them

fit for the Pacific flight nest. missing for a week. No :news. at all. Alfonso .....m..._..._..................... 7 3 5 8 0 .714 i I
month." You saw it In the papers, didn't yon? B. Powel ..._ 3 1 2 3 0 .66fi

Res Moore took his leave. thanking They're afraid they're 'crashed or Varela ..._..._.._ 5 2 3 3 0 .600 :

his employer with something Nodine ..._._.... :--.-. .-. 7 2 4 6 2 ..571I. ,. .
nearer emotion tbat anyone had ever. come down somewhere In the 'Jnnle. Garcia ..... __.-__..._________....__._. 9 2 5 5 0 .555 --
heard lu his'voice [ Albery is sending me to look for L. Castro _.._' 11 6 6 6 0 .545 Coffee R 0 S ES
I American
Albery on the telephone anda hem. Wilmer Jones is coming with Frohock ..__-_ 4 1 2 2 1 .500 JOHN C. PARK Star THIS I SP ACB

minute rang later Laurie Moore me. I must get ready at once. We go Goss ......___._____....______. 2 2 1 2 0 .500 !!
came down to the airport tonight and takeoff L. Bazo _< '_ 6 3 3 4 0 .500 : You'll find out how
Into the room and the man's blood as soon as we can." J J"Is E. Garcia '._..-._- 6 2 3 4 0 .500 is when try FLORAL PIECES A

ran faster In his veins as he lookedat it dangerous?" Sevilla ...._..---.___...__.-_ 2 1 1 1 0 .500 328 SIMONTON ST. good it you
her changing face with the little "Of course not. I'm damned glad Elbertson .. -- ----1' --"- 4 2 2 2 0 ,500 the first cup, 1b 2Sc. SPECIALTY 12. Insertions

nervous lines around tbe mouth that of Ortiz ..____....-__.._-_-... 4 1 2 4 1 .500 -
of the chance
told of some Inner distress. doing something. .._ .._ 4 1 2 4 1 .500 ;
Ring up Mrs. Steele. will you and O.Stanley Cerezo...."jrr= ._.._ -.... 4 2 2 2 0 .500 P L U M BIN I G .RGQ. T i18 I PLANTS and VINES.

MOORE wrote letter after tell her we can't dine. A. Castro __".. -. .A......-.. I 3 2 3 0 ..500J. y. eSt S.

REX to Mrs. Steele. and tore Laurie's quick temper rose at the Cerezo, .._,_._......-,...._. 4' 2 2 2 0 .500 PgR: MONTH- .
words that were virtually a com: Routed iA West by SOUTH FLORIDA
them up.' Brought up against what mand. 'n . .. Key" ,
she had done for him. the tact that DURO PUMPS -
"Look here!"she said."This Is X41 Boston's Symphony Orchestra
be was trying to pay her back witha our STAR COFFEE MILL -
bundle of borrowed bank notes deprived bance. As you'ra going away 111! LEAGUE STANPINGS'AMERICA.N )born'in< Russia, 61 years ago. PLUMBING SUPPLIES ; NURSERY
him of words. clear out of hero tomorrow. When a 512 Greene Street tD 3 00

But he could not help it. Hq .sim yon come back we can explain that : Paul W. Litci1field.:presidmt,of PHONE 348 Phon.256 .. io# a ,
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ply had to pay her back some of the vie didn't get on. : the Goodyear Tim: &; Rubber Co., 597
"Non>>ense!" His voice violent Club- w.,, U Tct.
was so
her husband bad
that
actual spent on money him. It wal probably more that she started back."Besides,1 New York __ 51 ,33 .607, Corn,, in.Boston--, 60 years ago. .. ': -. .. ..... '

than this. The specialist's fees In I've borrowed some money from Albery. Detroit -- 54 35 .607' HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE

America were enormous and they and he'd be bound to smell.a' Chicago .___ 46 36 .561 tI } Rev. Ernest M. Halliday of New I SELECT SEA FOODS 'RjA
INS U C E
had traveled great distances. to see rat! What on earth could you say Cleveland .--...--- 44 40 ..521'I York, president of the Home Missions RAN

him. to him?" I Boston ___._ 45 43 .511 I i Council of the Congregational Jewfiah Z Ib. .._ ......._. 3Sc THE KEY WEST aa'Yellowtail

Perhaps he ought to go and see "How tong will yon be away?" ahe Philadelphia __.._ 37 45 .451 :I and Christian Co': Uich.Churches 57 born inGenessee Steak 2 II,.. 3Se Office; 319 Dual Street
faltered. 3G 52409 years ago. '
her? It would look less ungrateful Washington -- J
If be tried to explain that be would "I don't know. Perhaps two or'' St...Louis 28 57 .329 I l Yellowtail OD Bo.e, Z 11... 2Sc SUNDAY STAR

lose all self-respect if be did not pay three weeks." Then came the old George Bernard Shaw, famed Grouper, 2 Ib. 2Sc

tbe money. But he could not bring: mocking taunt: "Yon had two years NATIONAL LEAGUE English dr"lm.tid. ut.hor, born in TELEPHONE NO.1.
Z 25e
himself to do It. lie bad always fled! ol U as ray widow! Surely you can Club- W. I.. Pet I I Dublin, 79 years ago. Snapper S1lbseriptwn $2 Per Year .
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M.UoD Fish
this woman. stand two months of being my; New York ._ 57 30 .655 25e's 1rr Y..r ]K..4 Ae
He was In a way afraid of her. wife!" ,! Only SundayPaper -THE---
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He would have to bear tbe stigma Copyright., ifs(. Corolfe Stanton) Ddmonic Resfnllratlt
SU Louis ..._ 54 34 .614 ..
of Ingratitude. He could not face her -
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_. 50 41 .5491 FREE PROMPT DELIVERY .ALLEN
alone. It was bad enough to go with Pittsburgh _" !* Bnslaess Office Citizen Beaw.i..r I Beer -------_ lie
Laurie find herself la a bad 39 49 .443 RUSSELL'S "
Laurie to dinner with her tbat nightTodays"1 : Brooklyn '
of mind tomorrow. Building
state Cincinnati ___ 40 49 .449 LOWE FISH COMPANY sis c..rse Diaa.ra. ----
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173d=George Clinton, soldierof t X. Y. Died in Philadelphia,J George B. Cortelyou of New Daily Baseball Returns t ,
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the Revolution seven timesgovernor Nov. 19, 1891. York. Secretary:

oJT New York twice elected I I under the sears first Roosevelt, bomthere' By Wire b: Watt a P 8.1 NT'' N G DIg lfl.d. 3yspatLtia -

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to the 'Vice Presidency of the U. 1 : c..n..y
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April 20. 1812. the founders of the Standard Oil Col. Edward Kandel House of J I COME IN AND GET THE Q0 rOTARY; PUBLIC.

Company born at Leesburg. Ohio.I Austin, Tex., and Manchester RESULTS OF THE WATCHMAKER JEWEL>rlt LICENSED EKBA1.KER

Died at Tarrytov.-n, N. Y., Dec. 5, Mass.. publicist and intimated: TtlE-
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Presidents born at Houston ; '
friend of ,
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and author of the LEAGUES ARTMAN PRESS
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at $200- has
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PERSONAL MENTION .1 SUNDAY DINNESuggufiOh.S 000 from the Liner Egypt, which cherry tree estimated to be 1,000rears
I ; ; i TO SUBSCRIBERS wrecked in 1930. !
was J old which :til blooms fully.

:-: SOCIETY :-: .._._._._..._....._.._....._...ese.e..ee.e..e..e' If you do act receive :your .- -- -

Fred Dion left over the East I I Miss Jennie Garcia, daughterof the Subscribe to The Citizen-20cweekly. 1
1 ................................................. Coast yesterday afternoon for a Mr. and Mrs.\ Pierre Garcia, of 87. ANN PAGE paper afternoon by ,6:15 call o'clock telephone in 51 '

Hostess To AnnouncementOf short business visit in Miami. Eaton street, left yesterday after- THE outstanding market choice and a paper will bo sent to MENDELL'SExclusive
noon for vacation with relativesand week is :
a peaches freestone :your borne. A complaint boy MONROE THEATERBuck
Pythian Club I I Marriage Representative B. C. Papy, who friends in Miami Elbsrtas and and cheap.Hiley Several Belles cooking being vane-plentiful ': !. on duty at this office from j Jones in

was on a short business trip to tics of raw apples and blueberries l are 6:15 to 7:15 ItDI. for the '
I. Jr. surprise to their Miss Teresa Falk, who was en alas plentiful and moderate THE MAN WITHOUT LAW
Mrs. George Knowles Coming as a the Keys and Miami, was a returning in price purpose of delivering complaint
l I joying vacation with her Fifteen varieties of Western Miriam
i a grown Richard Cromwell and
was hostess to the Needlecraft! many .friends in Key West will passenger on the morning I plums give ample .choice in a wide *. Help a* give you 10O '
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles' I Marsh in
Club of Pythian Sisters on Wednesday be the announcement of the mar- train yesterday. range of colors and sizes. percent service by calinf 51 Men's Shop
Falk, left yesterday afternoon Most vegetables UNKNOWN WOMAN
'afternoon at the home on 1- to are low in price. if do not receive The Citi THE
riage yesterday of Hersell Leo resume her studies.at the Protestant Batter and cheese production continue yon Orchestra
Seminary street. Matinees Balcony, 10c( ; -
I Mrs. Charles IL Ketchum and at a high peak maintaining very sea
Members the club spent an Thompson and Miss Daisy Pauline Charles, Jr.. who visiting Episcopal Hospital in Philadelphia moderate prices. Average !grades of 15-20c Night: 1525cSPEND MANHATTAN UNDERWEAR
afternoon sewing after son were where she is a student eggs" are unchanged in price, the best .I.1.AP AT.I' ''.$ shirts or 50c
enjoyable Jones. Mrs. Ketchum's son-in-law and Trade continues to advance.
which an enjoyable refreshment I Mr. Thompson and Miss Jones(daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Earl nurse. Broiling and frying chickens and I v (\\\\"" ''''III / shortsCOOPER'S u _.. ... .
served. I Ir ducklings are excellent values. Lamb SALVAGES SUNKEN GOLD GENUINE JOCK
course was I I
the Yates, and son and daughter-in- Bienvenido Perez of
went yesterday afternoon to formerly continues to be the best meat buy.
EY SHORTS A'ND
Those present at this meeting I law Mr. and Mrs Benjamin the "' are again / 50c
were Mesdames Laurence Iliggs,!r office of Probate Judge Hugh Key West Police Department, i 'loa1n'c:;[ plentifuland j LONDON.-Using a suctionI SHIRTS, each h. .
Ketchum, in Jacksonville, returned was yesterday appointed deputy Here three I process the salvage ship' Artiglio YOURVACATION
I are menus made from
be- I up
Jr.. C. C. Brawn, William Sands,] Gunn, secured a license and MANHATTAN (
yesterday.Mrs. I sheriff on the Florida Keys and I seasonable foods adapted to different has recovered gold bars and sover- 1.00
Leland SaWyer, Arnold Key'fore leaving the office were hap- left yesterday :afternoon for the I budget levels. I POLO SHIRTS

,Corinne Jerman, Constance McDonald pily married Judge Gunn per- Seqley Sweeting arrived, veteran camp at Lower Mate- Low Cost Dinner checksMALARIA I OTIS SLEEVELESS 25c

W. P. Archer, W. W. Wednesday from Miami and will cumbe.B. : UNDERSHIRTS _
Braised Brisket 3 tHIS YEAR INFLORIDA
Johnson, George I. Knowles and,forming the ceremony.: spend! several weeks with relativesand I Potatoes Onions of Beef Tomatoer 666 6 6 6 YALE SHORTS, white
Miss Anna Whitmarsh.The The newly weds left on the afternoon friends. C. Moreno, engineer with the Bread and Butter 25c
in 3 daysCOLDS colored .
club: will meet next weekat train for Miami, where Works Progress Administration, Sliced Peaches Cookies \ or

the home of Mrs. Leland Saw- they will spend a short honey Attorney Aquilino Lopez, Jr.,!I,I who was in Jacksonville with Tea or Coffee Milk MANHATTAN BATHING

rye. moon. others of the local department Medium Cost Dinner higniJ -T.bleb TRUNKS, (with Jockey
who vacation at
was spending a first
points in the state, was a return", heads attending a conference with Chuck; Roast of Beef Salve N.K Dr.pi daTe ,4\1tT Strap attached), $1.95
Bon-Bon Dance Arrange Dance At ing passenger over the East Coast I state officials of the organization, Browned Potatoes Bread and Butter String Beans TONIC. LAXATIVE ; at ..... .. .._ .__

yesterday. I returned over the highway yesterday Vanilla PuddingCrushed Peaches --- .--- ---- IIII"a GRAND SLAM
At Club Habana-Madrid $5 00
TonightA
I i. afternoon Tea or Coffee Milk SHIRTS. 3 for .

George Gibbs, at whose shipyards -. Very Special Dinner MEN'S SHOES. in Whites,
Mrs. Walter Lowe left
large crowd: is expected to Habana-Madrid Club will spon- yester-
gather at the Cuban Club tonight sor its regular Saturday night in Jacksonville the Monroe day afternoon for Miami where Melon Cup i i Sports Tans orBlacks 52.95
ferries'were Broiled Chicken Parsley Potatoes
,
constructed.was .
where Kappa Pi Club is sponsor- dance tomorrow evening at 10 county she will be the guqst of her: daughter Green Peas e/lir Invites itlvl'l!
a brief visitor in Key West Sliced Tomatoes _
ing a Bon-Bon Dance and giving o'clock. Mrs Elizabeth Stephens. She NUNN-BUSH SHOES "Enonch

away 20 boxes of delicious can: y. Del's Habana-Madrid Orchestrawill yesterday and ,fter attending t ''the ,yras accompanied a son and Rolls Peach and Tan Butter : TO OUR 'r 1 d Said, **
luncheon of the Rotary Iub. was! .ob.oall
All candy awarded to the furnish music for the affair daughter, William and Barbara. CoffeeSPECIAL at -4.-
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dancers will be in. one pound which is for members and their: ) the guest of Wnv. R.J'o -1** --- --- _- 1 MXJNITO SOCKS, sizesS1.00
returned th iO'fioarlD. W. and Mrse\ Herself,:
on -1 Thompson "W- *
boxes and will be ,for< prize guests only. I : and colors,

waltzes, fox trots, door prizes, I were were outgoing passengers PRICESf 3 pairsEDGETON. ____
Leer, supervisor of agencies; .yesterday afternoon for.M5afni'
furnish I
to spicy
various other engaged a pro-
dances and in J'
spot L. Gaddis ; .. AT MENDEL'S each of 4=/"_ II SHOES A Nunn-
P. where
gram of _dance music for the af- superintendent; they will spend a VERY soon our
ways. E. Spencer, assistant :'general i while with relatives and friends. Bush product S5.00Sl.OO
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will be _
Del Wood's Orchestra has been fair. ; receiving an
( at .
freight of Florida East '
agent, that : ,
'. Coast Railway Company, arrived I Raymond Albury, of the lighthouse I Mendell's Exclusive: Men's[ Shop,4 invitation to out Wcdding;and PIONEER BELTS

....................eese.o..e..eaeee..e..e yesterday ion their regular business -' department clerical force, Key West's newest store; today advertises -t. we want it to be the best looking invitation we can get." I 50c and

trip to Key West. left yesterday for Miami to join special prices on its line [CHENEY CRAVATS.
NOW AND THENBy Mrs. Albury, spend a short vaca- ; $1 LOO
of advertised I
I high grade nationally Naturally, you want your Wedding Invitation to be the newest patterns
Milton Whitehead was' an out tion and return in about one merchandise.
the East I week. very finest; and that is why we are inviting you to inspect our i MEN'S SUITS
( STEPHEN COCHRAN SINGLETON) going passenger over Manhattan underwear, bathing i

._._._._._._.__._._.-------------------------AAAAAAA.----- -.-.-.- .- .. Coast yesterday for a vacation William: H. Monsalvatge, Jr., suits and polo shirts are featuredand remarkable line of genuine Steel Engraved Wedding Invitations i We invite you to inspect oar

truck and with relatives: at Homestead and an attractive price has been : and in the Favored of clothing department and we
Styles
(View. or opinions e1( in some of our greatest who was attending the assemblageof Announcements 193 J.
Miami. placed on Grand Slam Shirts in are sure you will.) amazed t.
pressed in The Forum are citrus producing areas. the Young People's Service lots of three. I find the most outstanding line

solely those of the writer 1 As a "front" for this mur- Mrs. Leon Cates and son, Jack, League of the Episcopal Dioceseof 1 This store claims to carry one I THE ARTMAN PRESS I i ever shown i in this city within
and not of Tie Citisen.) South Florida at Camp Wing- '
derous effort to land $200,000000 ,- left over the highway this morning of the largest line of men's suits the past eight years.:
mann, Avon Park Fla., returnedthis
worth of contracts: for a few for Miami, where -Mrs. Cates, week. I to be found in any store of this : CITIZEN BUILDING i
will place her son in the Jackson I II size and the mot!; outstanding I 517 DUVAL STREET
It would that this cross- companies employingmuch
seem dredging _
Memorial Hospital for treat-: lines ever shown in this city within .. __ .
state canal might arouse a little machinery and mighty few I I I i
ment. IMPROVEMENTS AT I the last eight I
years
i .1.1I
raore interest in South Florida if I men, the canal gang have hired

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we could grasp its dire possibilitiesfor General Charles P. Summerall a I -- ---- - -- - -- --
Mr.\ and Mrs. Ben Watkins and
us and the deadly earnestness: man who owes too much to his I PEARLMAN STORE
that has educated -I daughter of Tampa are spendinga I
with which its hopeful beneficiaries state and the nation I t
in West with relatives
: are working to bring him, to allow himself! to be visit Key i
itj and friends. Mr. Watkins, who is Extensive repairs are now being

about.A of the so used. confronted with prob- a brother of Clifford and Roger; II made to the interior of the bUild-]
full and fair discussion We are a TRUCK BUYERS AMAZED BY DODGE
canal may be found in the June, lem for geologists! and God helpus Watkins of this city is connected ing occupied by Pearlman's. Inc., t
with the sheriff's office in Tampa Many improvements are being:
issue of the Florida Grower, and if we allow it to be settled bya I .
where he has been residing since made, including entire new -
the nation I an
of
there is not a civic body in the dictatorial ward I
state, south of Ocala, which who has been reared to believe leaving Key West a numbr of floor. i

should not take the facts presented 1! that the end justifies the means, years ago. I I The store was closed: yesterday' ,

by Mr. Marvin II. Walker into and that the opinions of civiliansare .1 and this morning and reopened "MUREfORTHEMONEFFEATU H ES

careful consideration. of slight account. Earl Hathaway, deputy sheriffat i his( afternoon at 3 o'clock when
is Lower Matecumbe. who was in I the new floor was completed.: ee
On the two sides of the questionwe I The testimony of geologists i
I Key West for two days with his
the
It bears out
are presented with contradic- not lacking. I i

tory testimony. Walter F. Coachman -' rtatement of Lieut. CoL BeverlyC. :! family, left his yesterday duties.C. afternoonto f IN VALUE SHOW- DOWN ON 3 LOWEST- PRICED TRUCKS IL
who. the Jacksonville resume ;
executive vice-president of;: Dunn as (
the National Gulf-Atlantic Ship I district engineer supervised the: LEE BAKER'SMEAT
i M. 'Sandifer, district sales
Canal Association, tells you that; $340.000 ruppressed investigation.Mr. .' f
the whole question was Studied in. Walker quotes him as follows: manager of the National Biscuit MARKET I s

elaborate detail over:a period. of I "jn| our investigations we found Company, and C. M. Richardson.
.eal v.el canal would be out Miami manager, who were in Key STEER
three: and one-half years and a', 'that a HEAVY WESTERN
costof $340,000 by several de of the question. Salt water would West on business, left yesterday MEAT (All Cuts)
the sea-level on the interiorin afternoon for Miami. t.eA
partments the U. S. Govern- rise to Veal aE
Lamb!
Spring
ment. But Mr. Walker chargesthat areas near the canal if it were
nad would interest We trust! that throughout ; Pork Fresh Liver S.r
this report has been pur- i filled with salt water, I
the state representative m nand
and
seriously affect vegetation Sugar Cared Hams
posely suppressed, and points out organizations will join in the

that if the canal is used to an ex water supplies.! Herman valient battle that Marvin II. HENS AND FRYERS ,
tent that would make it self-li The state geologist.
Walker and the Florida Grower
Gunter, is quoted as saynig: "I do All Ingredients For Souse
quidating that it would give to
to avoid the tragedy
canal could lire putting up I
Texas of citrus fruits, a not see how a sea-level
growers would
that this Canai"
affect "System ARE OPEN SUNDAY t
most seriously WE
other than .
ss
Y. thanis
shorter water route to N. Don't imagine that
the ground water level and also perpetrate. MORNINGS
;
Florida "
available to growers.
to the "it won't amount to anything.
I ouote "For five months the i offer potential damage eF
: The pickings do hundreds af. arilr t
; r"
To. Sdake
Free Delivery Delp 1)f
quality. Phone 695
Jacksonville canal advocates have, .
Westers lions of dollars worth of...contractsare r.1)T w.h.16a0et
succeeded in nortponing publication -: Of course as Key the stake. General/ Summer-; I 822 Fleming Street i
supply
of the report of the army engineers -i point out. their water and all's forces will fightpretty hard I :'
comes straight from Heaven, t s r'
which is generally knownto
for that. I
they don't have to worry a .out
be unfavorable to them. In
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the Ocala limestone area; !b-i especially ...-
the meantime they prevailed upon ,
Westers does the ,fvy s
to Key
the President to appoint a special
cross-state cants! that y.
idea of a
board of review who ,see things 1
would leave Tampa. Key Wrt ard

more This their canal way.would" bring f salt Miami out on a limb,have at acuta "Like A Of Ice"I
Cake
water across the State fifty feet 1 Y

below the present fresh water '.

table. It would possible contaminate -I i

with salt every artesian well -
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Patricia Ellis-Larry Crabbe in I

HOLD 'EM YALE New BEAUTY! I I

Matinee: 10-15c; Night: 15-25e, I I 4 ...

After severe rains and

weather exposure, if you ". HAD A SHOWDOWNAND
BENJAMIN LOPEZ find your car looking an- r

FUNERAL HOME tique, restore it to its original -: PICKED DODGE"
with of Sm Mr.tla gob,1R F.0..N..2.......tyro.Iw.ateaaaepesa.ble.
our .
Serving ,Key West form one f' THOUSANDS SWITCH TO 1935 DODGE TRUCKS-
Pricesare r
Half Century quality paint jobs. d ; i4k f. tesektka would 1.? along
j ., ; time and do
24 Hour Ambulance Service right.Colonial. i .. loboalhtlestpossibk mr
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Licensed Embalmer t.i i.."i (.. and nit I picked "T TNQUESTIONABLY, it's the value among lowestpricedtrucks. *

Phone. 135 Night 696-\\ Service Station I i r other Daage .nlaa loweuprlcedtrack the, \J greatest truck buy of 1935," Fun-floating rear axle

i I < .;1" benne Dodge say thousands who compare ..valve seat inserts...4 piston

t., It h.:features better value that,make more Dodge with the other low- rings, instead of 3. rollers ij l5 I
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kept in all metal ICE I.. eeooomical to priced trucks. "Dodgegivesyou bearing universals only
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REFRIGERATORS are as cool, fresh and r and oil cut priced trucks all oft
save gas upkeep gives you
STEAMSHIP Co. I healthful as if they were frozen in A cake of t 3 costs also get more work these moneysaving features. AND UP

P & 0 UNITED STATES FAST ice. Our Refrigerators are doubly heatproof r. b.-- = done in a day and keep drivers Before you make deal for a tor MUcML CaUXB-111%...b._

I and absolutely airtight. better satisfied. low-priced truck, be sure to
MAIL ROUTES FOR OUSSIS-IJT......;,=
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PORT TAMPA-HAVANA_WEST INDIES $30.00 and $35.00EASY I driver "I your Dodge dealer today. TOIICUSlS-IW.---kJL.snse s.gL. *
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Effective March 18th, 1935 : say "OBtE tlVISKN, -CMITUEI MOTOIS 3-TOSJ OUSSIS-1ST..k-(!'.Mi
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Leave TERMS-10 DAYS FREE TRIALOn DOOCE COMMERCIAL CXPRCS9ptct.nd ,-Let_sf 6eroy, D.fraif.pbl.rt $11.6-
Key West for IInana
Wednesdays and Saturdays above.111V4*w.b. 1 hydraulic brakes." That's just .._.IwIwtoce. ,..../__w.trcitnow .
1220 P. M.Leave\ Display At- priced with 'oat' nctntrnf hl ra.a,<.M a-.f,
Havana for Key West Thursdays and Mondays. I I the lowest Gives you 19 one of 18 Dodge highpricedtruck aed.'ti *rtrTto,. p.r.d. .. d.highpiked .

Leave Key West for Port Tampa Thursdays and e. mo.ef-.Mug. ..... features make Dodge ramr Motor .Att SSSK 3:;. DODGE TRUCKS

days, 630P.M. 1.on-1 I Thompson Ice Company inc. the outstanding 1935 truck P._..epr e.r. )

Tickets, Reservations and lafornsatloai at Ticket Office e ,

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