The Key West citizen
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Title: The Key West citizen
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: July 31, 1935
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
daily[ former <1908-1909>]
daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Associated PTCM* Da; T: Wire. Key West. Florida, has the

Service. b (t 1!t11'Wt: CltBEtl! t I most equable weather In the

For 65 Yean Devoted to the ,# '" I country; with an average

Best Interests of Key West; range of only Fahrenheit




Investigation Into QUALITIES OF i J I JUNIOR PATROL [FORT rAYLORr.r.i r. Acid Speeches Echo Through Capitol


Lobbying Activities Of More DOUBTED I MANEUVERS TO TAIQi PLACE i CAMPERS As Heat Hits Congressmen's Nerves



l'I.lI.I.lIII A special drill will be presented

Several Reasons Are Given NOT LEGAL TO FALL OF ENTOMOLOGIST I tomorrow afternoon by mem- ING ENCAMPMENT Those Prevalent In

bers of the crack drill team of the IBS. Associated rreI -..)
For Major AttractionIn OFF ON WRONG SIDE I Key West Junior Patrol who returned I WASHINGTON, July 31.-Like "Know him" asked the storekeeper CongressBy
(By Ass.elatea ) Major\ .William V.: Flor-
Albury, Harun-AI-Raschid, who hovered i.I in .
Senatorial Proceed By Awwrlalrd P..as> MIAMI, July 31.-The first to Key West yesterdayfrom start ida National Guard, has practically I disguise around the market! placesat "Lived with him all my life,"

LOS ANGELES July I 31. dash of official cold water was Miami. The drill will completed the work of get-: Bagdad to,. lean how the people grinned Holt from behind his sun- HERBERT PLUMMER
ingsBy -A perplexing legal question at 3:30: o'clock and is to be'givenin ting the camp at Fort Taylor in!I liked! his administration *. eali..... burn. "I'm Holt.: Anyway, the tBy ABMclatr Press)
almost held .p the palming thrown upon the mosquito repellant the Navy Ball Field. readiness for the arrival of the', Senator Rush D. Holt has a hankering storekeeper; came to the speech, WASHINGTON, July 31_
w of tho 56 electric light standards made for the The drill team participated in 265th Regiment, F. N. G., 9::JO: for straightfromtheshoulder and shook hands: afterward.
I claims pretty
atop thjeLos. Angeles o'clock Sunday morning. "Temperature 95 humidity
HERBERT PLUMMER !liami' celebration of its lhirtj I comments.Holt Uses Dull Days
(Dr Aueelatru' FirmmtWASHINGTON coliseum under a state emergency dodder, cuscuta onbeilata. I ninth Monday So much has been accomplishedby I las just finished 5.00O I To some it seems incredible thata 61. ."
birthday anniversary
31II relief administration Major Albury along this line: miles .f about the
July : I I country senator can keep his eye on leg
of being '
project. Reports expeditions night, and with its new that the advance detail under talking to people most of the islation and travel 5,000 miles That's what the weather bureau
generally was conceded when two The SERA carried insurance formed in several Florida cities to forms of white and red braid| command of First Lieutenant I time without benefit of introduction since January at the same time.

separate congressional lobby investigation only for falls ,up to 40 bring back for transplanting cut- i I drew the approval of the l larger I Ralph W. Cooper, Jr., will find !, because he wanted. to hear But Holt is both restless and curious 'il says about a typically sweltering

feet--and there were two tings from Bamboo Key-reputed i dience then.Tomorrow but little to do when they arrive I I them express their opinions hon in a big way. He wants to day in Washing. But the beat
were started on capital ways 25 feet to thp top tier 1 I tomorrow afternoon and Friday estly. leno'hat: voters are thinking I
'of seats, .and ,tho other 125 ly free of mosquitoes because of |- wil! !Ve the first time afternoon over the highway.Not I They did, even about Senator even if he doesn't agree. So he : and the humidity also are record-
hill that the one oa the senate ,the outside. the dodder-caused: Dr. George N. Key Westers will have had an op- has the major had all '
fretto,, ground only watches the senate calendar closely -
i I bid\ in the of
MacDonnell. city health director, portunity to see the team in drill Holt.Once speeches representa.
side would the major William A! Veaable, veteran tents of the enlisted personnel I he stopped in a country and when he Eees two dull days
prove to comment since the new uniforms were is-: 'I
steeplejack on'the job, solved "Common: indicates that sued. pitched, but they are more firmly II store in Kansas to buy a packageof ahead he lights o-t in auto or air. lives and senators they plod

attraction. the problem when he"agre'ed"'be sense placed and fastened than they,, gum, but It was a good excuse plane. He talks to people at gaso-; wearily toward an adjournment
the is not
'' ,would, fall on. fight against mosquitoes have been at any other encamp- '' to go in and talk with the cracker lire stations cross-roads stores
Few observers, to be made after the becomes ana date.
Washington the 25-foot side should be BAND CONCERT I ment. I barrel crew. lie was making a railroad stations all-night restaurants -
\iator, but whet she is in the H. "hot. _t er"
ra> are torn
bo-{*T r, would have predicted at, lose his balance.DIRECT This was accomplished by running -i speech in the next town that night]I and pool hails
larval stage in some body of wa ; guide Inies to maintain the : fo he opened with, "I hear young "Those are the places in which quotations from speeches ia the

the time the senate's inquiry: ".I JfI'.I.1I'.6".11'.1I ter. BAYVIEW PARK 1; rroper alignments and spaces between Holt is talking tonight.; people dawdle and gossip aboutpolitics house and senate living some
"When method of t.
any new g* the tents and Using steel He Knew Him "
: Holt "I'd rather
would so completely overshadow] ting rid of that pestiferous and I says idea of the state of congressionaltempers
!'I I prgs in plaice of the wooden ones,, "Say. he's crazy!" announced hear them than the people I meet
: APPEAL sometimes insect theI ''
i I pestilential :
that of the house as it has. There I I TO BE GIVEN TOMORROW heretofore used. These pegs are set I''I the store-keeper. where I make rpeeches. Few
mosquito, is proposed it command in concrete. | "On the contrary." said Bolt pIe are quite honest when Pf'o-I Senator Connally (D-Texafc) ;;
are several explanations. IN INVITATION i widespread interest and attention. NIGHT BY HOSPITALITYBAND Attached to the pegs are frames solemnly, "I think you should hear I talking to a senator who is their (After Huey Long facetiously: 1 '
(I "Such is the plan recently proposed i formed of two-inch by four-inch I I him." guest for the evening." remarked that Connally "is .,
the I
the first place, house
could I II
whereby one plant
scantlings; to which the guy ropes 1- of the most handsome men in this
charged one of its most important I i[I the yards the caxuta indecora, and I of the tents are attached, makingthe I --- -- -- -- body")-"! desire to say right
'PA Y.AS.YOU-ENTER' RULE)jlo! the fragrance from this vine tents as stable as possible.All I i i GIVES STATUS II now that the senator from Louisiana
and busiest standing committees PREVAILED AT OLD BRITISH would eventual!? banish all mo- The Key West Hospitality Bandwill of the tent floors have been DEPUTY SHERIFF need not get funny with me,
rquitoes from the place. present a concert tomorrow renovated and wherever necessaryrepairs I either on the floor of the senateor
-that on. rules-with conductingits BRIDAL EVENTS "The absence of mosquitoesfrom night in Bayview Park, weather.,! "
l' have been made and the APPLICANTS IN i elsewhere.
The Bamboo Ke/ and the <- it announced this' I PTSPOS1TION
investigation. senate setup presence permitting, was floors levelled and firm. I Representative Deen (D-Ga-
voted it of this 'particular dodder ,morning. 1, All floors of the tents in offi I i I I'I "I appeal to membership of
a special committee !
cnr Au rlatr $50,000 to spend, and ordered it LONDON July 31.-While the cited as proof that at two past Thursday night becausQ, repaired: In addition, side frames:! 'I BIENVENIDO PEREZ RETURNS our colleagues who are now ill

to produce results. modern wedding invitation might i last a remedy has teen found. I of inclement weather, and the, have been constructed and made i '- I I TO CITY FROM KEYS and those'of us who are not physically -
I' "Not having: had any acquaintance same program which had beenj, fast to the floors. These frames' INFORMATION ON FEDERAL I I able to here from
And in. the second 1)lace-thh conceivably be regarded as a gen with this plant and having; planned Tor those nights war: be: will hold up the flaps of the tents,: I|I MONDAY NIGHT to day that stay also day
fact has more to do with it perhaps tle hint that a present would be never visited the key, I could only presented tomorrow night Gcjrge: prevent sagging or bulging in the HOUSING ARRANGEMENT the President we the importance impress upon of

than anything else-the sen acceptable, it lacks much of conveying wonder about it, feeling. however Mills White said. > i event of strong winds. I r -, ,
;i bringing this
.FURNISHED. BY.: ,ADMINISTRATOR I '-- -- -- congress to an immediate
ate turned over .the chairmanshipof that. it wuuld.prova.anolher.rof '
-hwdirect' appeal"-cf its A- Barrow director'of the. -1'bb niethod'has'been') panted Bienvenido 'Perez, who was recently close."
its !lobby"investigating i committee -I counterpart of a century ago. I r those fanciful i ideas{ which' sometimes band. The concert is scheduledto out with the floors and sites of GILFOND i I I Senator Hastings (R-Del.) :
to the youthful, slender, hard The following wording of an i gain'eurrency and temporarily start at 7::30 p. m. the headquarters, hospital and appointed as! deputy sheriffat
hitting Black of Alabama, one- divert the public from 1 I (Very wearilyhope) that
!I r
tents, and 18-inch steel
invitation composed by a British I I guest pegs the veteran's the senators on the democratic : ide
time and consideration of the tested and camps
l hailed prosecuting the successor attorney' to the late I I bride and groom of 1826 reveals,: 'method of mosquito control I SIX ARE TRIED set in concrete are all in readiness Asked 1 this morning by The Citizen -: I!will not begin this late in the se >
as proven
; they didn't beat about the I for the details which will erect the 'I Florida Keys has returned to Key:,won to explain: their incon-
Tom Walsh; of Montana .as ace buoh:1 I through elimination of their breeding what is the rtatus of the different many
"As we intend to enter tents when they arrive.At I sistent positions. ,If they do, it i.
senatorial invebtigator. I I matrimonial state on Thursday, places. FOR VAGRANCY no other time since the Fort applicants for loans from WestMr. j I certain there's be no adjournment
H. Caught A Train the 28th of September instant: ,!I Entomologist' Report I Taylor reservation was designatedas Perez arrived over; tHe: before Chi-tetmas.tV!

There's no better illustration of Ewe i .are encouraged by our; ,friends MacDonnell said that he w_s a permanent camp for the 265th the ,Federal Hoiking Administration I 4; Representative Fish (R-N. Y.>
:''Black's technique than ,the dory i jto make tt bidding i on the occasion thus-greatly pleased ,to receive a HELD FOR TRIAL AT NEXT Regiment will the officers and M.: t:. Gilfoml. WPA adraini.trator highway Monday night and T. yes-1 I I'I f After a hij) !;Jcharactf zation ut-
told 'of him in the -when he at'the 'I 'of the September, 1934 i issue of'the: find the site hisL
; days |the same day, New Inn, copy men regiment terday turned over x parmpher-t I i'afnlaf\, ) oft Teaks as a "snooperI -'
was a struggling young country I I Llanstephan; when and where the' of the Florida Entomologist containing TERM OF CRIMINAl in such perfect condition and so I answered with the' olowing nalia to> the sheriff and ;tenderedhis i tiad barn ordered'expunged from
lawyer in a small Alabama town.I favor of your good company is I an article entitled "Mo much cc >mplishd! in advance of 9 > I I the Congressional I. Record"I
He had just hung out his shingle i j most respectfully solicited, and squito Survey of Bamboo Key," I COURT I their arrival, it is said.; !list of applicants and progress resignation.It want to say to the Speaker and to

when' one morning he arrived to whatever donation you may be,i written by G. F. Moznette. ento- of the applications: is said at the sheriffs office I the house that it is impossible for
find his office in flames. He'pleased t<> confer on us then will j mologit-t! of the Federal Department i i iI ,BOOST 'TARIFF' ON me to proceed, because that is
stood around, watched until the be thankfully received, warmly! of Agriculture. I Hope Jiminez, Jennie May Phillips -:;,, E. A. Strunk, Jr.-Plans completed that Mr. Perez had found certain I merely a mild, temperate insignificant
building was reduced to ashes,'j acknowledged and cheerfully re-[ "In January of 1934,** Dr. Mac- Wyolene Harris, Lucille MARRIAGE, DIVORCE and residence in Marlello conditions which would have made word compared with whatI

then without further ado headed I paid whenever called for on a like I Donnel said. "Moznette found no I I I Berry, Christine: Taylor, and Hattie -I Towers subdivision under con- his stay uncongenial and he de- I expected to use in the balance
for the railroad station. There occasion. I mosquitoes, but in October he,: Smith, colored, charged with I found plenty of them on the en- I were given hearings in I TOPEKA, Kas, July 31.-Ifi ;i struction.
he caught a train for Birminghamwhere I "Your most obedient servants!, vagrancy I I Senator Glass (D-Va.l': '(When
he has made his home ever 1 a John Davies and Jan Morgan." I| tire key, stirring them up wheNever I the court of Peace Justice Rogelio i present suggestions are carried j William V. AlburyPlana completed Norris of Nebraska observed that

since. I |1 he went. Gomez and that of Judge Gunnj 1 j out, not only Cupid's arrival but i j! on July 1, and specifications>> COLORED MAN ,I I people drink more beer in hot
That same trait of making j "lie identified them as th<,' I this week. his departure will have to bearan I i will be completed: by tomorrow. .v- than in cold weather)-"', who

quick decisions is characteristicof INQUIRE LAB OUT | aedes taenoirhyncus, the commoni I All of them were released un-[. increased tax burden in Kan-I W. T. Do-jghtry, Jr.-Plans will! never_drank it in either hot
Black today. lie started his brackish water mosquito. His opinion der bond to appear for trial ati.isas. completed by the end of the. ..aliOOPERRRESTI: \ weather or cold always hare
lobby investigation with a bang. WCllMISSION() was that they were not a/1/ the next term of criminal court in''. Searching for possible additional -,\ week and specifications: are to J be' noted that in hot weather they

While the houe investigators I plentiful as on Key Vaca or September. : revenue, the state research! in readiness by the first of next I drink it to get cool and in cold
were trying to hire counsel and Grassy Key, for the reason that Three others Juanita Taylor, : bureau legislative council suggests! week. i CURTJSj) DARflOWBEING{ HELD', weather they drink it to get hot"

agents to dig up material for I MANYWANT'-r there was less vegetation on Bam I Emma Kirkland and Mittie Torres hiking marriage license fees from i!t Harry M. Baker-Preliminary i ON BREAKING I Representative Taylor (I-
scrutiny, Black moved in. Strangely KNOW WHEN boo Key and: it was' more windswept -I charged with vagrancy, are], $3.50 to $4 and setting up a $2' plans have been drawn and approved -i CHANGE OF. i Colo.) : (In objecting to excessive:

enough some of his best tips I BRIDGE: 's ODY 'WILL I later on, to be given hearings.ECONOMIC. i fee for divorce registrations. by Mr. Baker. Working I AND. ENTERING STORE. requests of house members for
have come from the members of "Furthermore he found neither I drawings and specifications: were I time to make speeches)-"When
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the house, to the chagrin of mem- HAVE METING I fresh nor brackish water there, I rtarted this morning.E. --:- I I members of the house cheer to the
in which the mofquito might pro- U Wilson-Preliminary I
bers of tlie rules committee. K. Curtis Darrow colored, said by echo, as they have done, a'sugg('**-
As Hard As Nails' pogate. drawings have been made and ap-I tion that should
i congress adjourn
HIGHLIGHTSHappenings the sheriffs
Has Wide will start on the to be an old I I
Senator Black is relentless in The Citizen tins: received a num- Range proved. Work promptly it would seem to indicate -
his pursuit of evidence. Ordinarily -I ber of queries as to when a meet- Dr. MacDonnell said the dodder I working drawings and specifications offender, is'again: in the toils their desire to finish the

a mild-mannered, soft- ing will be held by the" new Mon I is described by Britton in his: [ as soon athe Doughtr/ awaiting trial on a charge of I I business of this session."

spoken, courteous person, his han roe County Road and Toll Bridge t standard text as being found from I!i That Affect the Dinner Pails, Dividend specifications: are completed., breaking and entering the barbecue Senator Tyding (D-Md.) : (Replying .
dling of witnesses in the lobby investigation Commission to take up matters|Illinois to Nebraska, in Florida. i Checks and Tax Bills of Every Individual Na- I J. G. Albury-The owner has!i stand at the corner of Simon- to Barkley of Kentucky
has been without relative to the application' for I the West Indies and South Amer- :I ; been provided with the preliminary -! ton and Division streets. !I during debate on taxiug shoddy; ,
gloves. funds. ;< ica. Other authorties give it a I tional and International Problems Inseparable drawings, for his approval or lie was arrested by Deputy a fiber used for cloth: )-"( have

His direct and severe questioning -' It was learned this morning that' more widespread! range. I I From Local Welfare i for whatever changes he may de-:I Sheriff Ray Elwood and two car-! not ) elded. The senator has away
of several witnesses has all no time has been appointed for a I "Since.it is so widespread," i it I i sire to make. i tons of cigarettes, which Darrow! of always'inaking speeches:: in,
1 I
but made them panicky. On several j meeting and will not be until the i t the public health doctor, "an yI I Students European affairs I Allan B. Cleare .-Prelim'jis i charged with having taken !'another's time without even, bothering -
return of T. Jenkins Curry, who I property as a repellant for mc credibly hard country in which inary drawings have been completed were recoveredSCOUT
obtain recognition. That
occasions he has bored in to
t so'I I have no lack of material these they live. (A recent book on and presented to the own-:
appointed to take the would certainly have beesnoted "
was placeof quitoes
the witness I I -- shoddiest think I know of.
hard that instinctivelyhas U the
days-material that is both absorbing
the title "The Hell
Ethiopia bears ,
State Senator: Arthur Gomez,', long .
in him ago. I I Rankin (D-
replied, addressing er.Willard Representative
and "
who declined the ntment. I j 'A. C. Tanner, Key West sanitary appalling. Hole of Creation, and visitors to F. Russell, Jr.-Mr.! TROOPARRANGES
personally, "your honor. Perhaps afPo Mus.) : (Shouting his reaction la
as -I I engineer, reported last week that Top in interest is the Italian-I Ethiopia say that description is not I Russell made arrangements with
the burly uniformed policeman I Bamboo Key was seemingly freeI Ethiopian embroglio, which progresses exaggerated.) On the other hand, Mr. Hale for his plans with the understanding -: a suggestion the house meet an
who .stations himself!' beside S. S. CUBA HAS TRIP hour earlier-"No I W* are not
from mosquitoes and he believed steadily toward war-most it has no artillery worthy of the that if he does not receive -
the committee dais during the investigation I the dodder growth covering the is- observers think actual hostilitieswill name, only a few out-of-date airplanes -: them this week he will make I (I going to meet at 11 o'clock just

is partially responsiblefor 61 PASSENGERS land might be responsible.Since start in the fall. Premier Mussolini and even lacks modern, repeating -i arrangements for architects of the : I I to listen to more speeches."
this display of timidity. then several expedition does most of his speaking military rifles. i local administration to provide Twenty members of the Scout Representative Marcantonio (R-
Black was a police judge in to the island have been announced from gun-carriages at present Italy b of' course equipped in I them. !. Troop under direction of Scoutmaster N. Y.) : (After Blanton of Texas
Birmingham before he became a from various Florida cities. and his remarksare, the most warlike up-to-the-minute military style i George Russell-}( Russell, it. J. A. Boza, with WflbertMoerhb offered to act as his tutor)-
prosecuting' attorney. His meth- Steamship: Cuba arrived this I in post-war history. On the with the latest in the machine is understood, bas had his plans as assistant, and GeorgeF. I"The gentleman bas stated he is
ods of procedure<< and mannerismsnow >|morning from Tampa with 61 pas-II other side of the reflect that experience. He t scngers. 48 for Havana and 13 for I I JAMES RUSSELL Haile Selassie pledges the' etc. Military authorities are con-I the approval of the local administration -' will leave Thursday1 morning 8j|I house about which I know noth
ran be as hard as nails when he Key West. 1 life of every one of his subjects: fident she will win-though officials. o'clock on one of! the lighthouse ing. He is not going to teach me

chooses.He I I Arriving on the train were 68 REPORTED ILL to the defense of Ethiopian inde terrific cost of life, and over a I vessels enroute to Fort Jefferson anything."
won his .spurs as a 1K"natorial -! passengers for Key West and 68 j; pendence. In the meantime, foreigners loutish period of time. I COLLECTS TWIGS Tortugas. where1" they will spend a Representative O'Connor (D-N.
l inquisitor in the air mU'{ en route to Havana. Before the I. are evcauating Addis The problem is further complicated I week. Julius Camus will accompany Y.) : "Mr. Speaker, there has

and ocean mail contracts investigations. -j train came in 24 tickets had been Abada. Ethiopian capital, on the now by the appearance of I WILMINGTON, Ohio.-On his the boys and win act as cookon grown up in this house a im>lry.
1 .The present lobby investigation -, EC Id for Cuba. The many friends of James'advice of their consular represen- Japan with a warning to Italy that farm near this city, Howard L. the trip. coddle attitude that no one can
promises to increase Travel this summer to Havanais (Scotty) Russell will be sorry to!!tatives. Nippon intends to keep her Ethic Collet collects twigs and branches The boy are ,requested to assemble say 'boo to a member. If
his reputation: in this respect to I i greatly in excess of that of lorI learn that he is ill at his home in:} If war comes, Ethiopia will have pian markets. Japan is as mucha naturally 'shaped in the form of at the Navy Yard gate at given continued publicity lots of

the point of distinguishing him ?s mer years at this season of the Knowles Lane. I j I' two advantages will be able to first-class military power as letters of the alphabetHe now' 7:30 o'clock Thursday morning to people may agree with what is
one of the foremost senatorial: investigators I year it U said by officials of the He has been ill for the past fewweeks muster an army of several million Italy-and Mussolini doesn't want possesses near perfect replicas of board the venel at the time men- being said who had not thought of
of all time. railroad and steamship companies. it is stated. t men accustomed to the almost in- trouble with her. all 26. tioned. it before. ."

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Sfl&e& &e? EiHtSt ,Citizen ITALY AND ETHIOPIA KEY WEST IN :r is Watrous in command and is of now Captain up to Warred the re/j 11Temperatures' | Today's" Horoscope. .

Published Dally Except Sunday B,.' Immediate causes of the threat of I quired standard with a full quotalof ] C..I.........S...S......
THE' 'ttTIKE PUBLISHING CO, INC.I war DAYS GONE BY enlisted personnel and
P. ARTMA. PreaMeatJOB I In this -
Al-LEV A........ BulaeM Maaaa-er< between Italy and Ethiopia are somewhat Happening Here Just 10 Yean orticers.j nstn a spirituality isallied
From The CilUen Building partly overcast weather tonight I ? to the benign influence of
Corner Green and Ann Street: obscure, but they arise from treaty disputes -j' Ago Today A* Taken From Editorial: comment: Trai.n your I Higheit .. .._ .._. _....88 and Thursday with scattered show- this week and the rise in fortune

and mutual jealousies of.. long stand- The Files Of The CitizenI. I eon in politeness and he may!=Lowest .. .: ._. ... .. 79Mean I !
Daily Newspaper la Went and
Only Key Monroe : :: : : : =::- :::: era over north portion. will be largely I a
County.Jittered ing. Ethiopia borders on two of Italy's eventually become a !successful ..:. . ..... ..... .. ...84 I
/ at Key Went, Florida a i second class matter African colonies Eritrea and Somaliland .JC. Meltzer and Dan Navarro : book age t. i iI Normal Mean .m..h.........- 41} Eat Gulf: Gentle variable winds piring arJor. The mind is intuitive
FIpTY-lIIXTH YEAR of the real estate firm of Meltzer j +i Rainfall over south end gentle to moderate rather than logical but al-

fetter .f the Aaa *!.... Press and Italy has'sought for many years' to establish and Navarra will leave here Wed-I :-:- i|: Yesterday's Precipitation .0 Ins 1 southwest or west over north por-1!i wrrs sincere, aery valuable] trait

The for Associated rp4iblication" Press of all i* n exclusively.w. dispatcher entitled credited to use tIt a protectorate .over Ethiopia.An ne=:day. August 5, for New York |t Miss Lorena. Givens delightfullyi I It ', Normal Precipitation_.. .14 Ins. tion tonight and and partly overcast weather,i when properly balanced by push

or not otherwise'credited In this paper and also effort to establish such a protectorate Cincinnati and Baltimorje to assist entertained Thursday with abridge Thix rrrard cavern Sl-br peeled' Thursday with scattered and endurance. Beware of treach
the local news published here.'NATIONAL in the organization of severallar.e j party at her home 919 i j radian Hi H .dork thin r.rai.a.Tomorrow's ;. .. ) showers over north portion. ery. for this danger u present in
was made far back 1889 i
as as syndicates to purchase Key Almanac some' degree for nearly
I every person -
White street. There four I}I
IMTCRIAl) ) but it was decisively defeated in 1896 \\cst property and acreage on the j I were [ Sun races um..u.m." 5:55 a. m.: WEATHER CONDITIONS born on th's ('ay.

A.J ASSOCIATION when at the battle of Adowa an of Florida Keys. They expect to be J} tables. The first prize for high'score Ii IiI Sunsets ____.u..m-' 7:11 p. m. ,
G'/ILeirtAia / 933aCBSCHlPTIOV army away from the cite for several was a beautiful combination I I Moon rises' ..... ._..hm 7:47 a. m. Pressure has Decreased over the New York's famous Park avenue -

: RATES ; 12. Italians was annihilated by someoooo weeks and during: that time"*mate I vanity case which was won by'I Moon r sets __._._....-_..-. 8:30 p. m.1! entire country under the influence is not a street but a bridgeat

One Six MonU.year 110.I.'". I $ Ethiopians u.nder. King Menelek.Ethiopia I contlcbith :a number of firms Miss Dorothy Cleare. The con-I l Tomorrow's Tides I! of a disturbance of wide. extent least it lies over the routeof -'
who have alrea.ly siJnified'a readiness solation prize a pair of silk ho-!>e.J central over Canada from Ontario railroad line,
Three Months -_..__ lla i has an estimated population ; r A.:;. P.M. a which rumbles

One Weekly Month .It.111 r of about .10 million, while Italy has more .to cooperate with local realtyaiencies. was won by Silos A fits Wib-on. .: High _......_._...._10:58 11:36 i, Maritime eastward Province over with the, Canadian the center -:'underneath. I
l I LoW .. ... .._.__ .. 4:14 5:161
Made known on application. r than 44 million. The Italians would have LEGALSRTATBS I Barometer S a. m. today: Father over the St. Lawrence., :region, :: "--III.. 1..1. net.I"
Point. 29.44 inches.
SPECIAL NOTICE : a' great advantage in numbers and in Uriah Curry who' recently 'ea level 30.03.WEATHIR THE
All reading notices.. cards of thanks, resolutions of Showers during! the last 24 hours'' SEMINOLE
respect obituary notices ete.. will be charged for at ; modern equipment but would have bought; the home of Mrs.\ Ella I I
war to Port of Kev West .'' '- were widely, scattered and light in i! I II
the rate of 10 cents a line Packwood at the comer of Pearl i Notices for entertainments by churches from which fight the war on far distant soil, in a and Olivia streets, is having the ] <.( the seizure and intention I character occurring in northern i4 t
a revenue U t'x be derived are B I ''to Florida southern Georgia and in
edtalvN- forfeit of the motor vessel
The Citlaen I i fa an open forum : discussion mountainous country from which it mightbe location beautified preparatory to : V-20471' N1CA< t.f. ft l. nir. 9 ft. 5 j i (Till 8 p. in.,. Thursday! : ) I the lower Great Lakes '- tr derv '
of public Issues and subjects of local or general remodeling! anj! repairing the I in Ix-am w1uippe.i l with a l.iKran<-.- region. '.
I i} Fair
difficult to dislodge the native Eth- ji Key West and Vicinity:
communications : I
Interest but It will not publish- anonymous building. It is II Ii. I': motor, together with I hertackle Temperatures have :increased in
estimate the work I
iopians. new planned -i'l cost about $4-:i niture. thcrrnnto apparel, equipment Ix-lonfrinK.and:' .l... Ithe middle and upper t cyst: ii

Bad news for the pedestrian-Ford is Even if successful it seems doubtful 000 and when (:omI'Jt'ted"ill be :1 i,I: of Rlixaheth i-M-or.l. Street Willard Keent.Hopkins., .rur-'I! I fps..WaL Ijl j jI j 1 and Ohio and Valleys in Tennessee upper Lake and region 'I I

that Italy would gain enough to offset the among the most beautiful homesin :. ida and 19 glans JUK. five .... ..nand i
planning a cheaper car. throughout those thermal
I regions
: L I.
the city. j rapacity 15 glass juc one I 1 .a
great losses in men and money which her I KaMon rsparity Thi.. proper!v was Jf I conditions are now abnormallyhigh.
seized nn July *l. U3i: for violation I
The administration's braiq trusters victory would inevitably cost. Emperor Attr,,?tire real estate offices of Stl.n SKC' ..f the Tariff Art of I \t ; ;; The following maximum i JaefcM>..Ille. FUrldarn
U3H.: at Kevef.. .-I..rl.la.n I ( I temperature* occurred yesterday: B. fns\Ftl. Na.a.rrA
should eat m.ore fish. Sic. Ilaile Selassie of Ethiopia has defied Mussolini have been opened :at Duval and person claiming this pronrtnr l''f\\ 1" ', :Pt.; Louis 100; Davenport Iowa. ,1 human, home-like institution
interest therein I Is notified ) I where you will find ys> ladiTMaalemfrl
and declares his people will fight to Angela streets 1 y Eugene Albury.Er any and ailmoniiiheil to hereby appear and- l't' I .' .. I 1>8; Cairo. 111., 96; Chicago At- sad ....r..'._ .. a matter -
C. P. Thompson and Eugene file with the Collertor of Ci.V..ii>.. I .. I lanta and Little Hock. 94. of great Importance
Mussolini had better look out. There'san the death to maintain their independence. All-cry, Jr. All of the meml'ers 'nKti.nl House. KrtVeM.. Kl..ri
Ethiopian i in the Italian woodpile. t Efforts are being made by the Leagueof of the firm business are well m'n known andprogressive a sum claim of t25 thereto: ".118 within and a twenty bond in days the. i I Fair' J 1L I Temporarily in Charge. A steel!. the flrepr heart.*.r ....f..the.1..city ealed
of the from the firM publication of this
Nations and also by England and nutirp. Vnleva such claim and bond -0Every -
and have establihed
city reputa are filed within' the time prewnlied.the tonight and Thursday: ; gentle i Subscribe to The Citizen-20c: Room with Combination Tub
What, jio candidates for city offices? France, to avert war, but'owing to the tion? for square dealing. said property will !... noM at I:vaiiable winds. : weekly.., and Shower Hath Radio. Klecirto
public. auction to the highest bidder t* Oiling Fan. Slat Poor for Summer
Is it because thepolitical waters are a stubbornness! of both Mussolini\ and Se
1 door of I Florida Ventilation,
at the went the Federal I : Generally fair tonightand Comfortable Beds with
little muddied? ,lassie the prospects for continued (do Hotel Jefferson one of the Kuililin at Key "....Florida, ...nTbur"lay. I ''I( Mattresses of Inner Spring Construct -
peace oldest buildings in the city and August %%. In: at 12 Thursdayxcept probably BENJAMIN LOPEZ Ion and Individual Reading *
not' 'very bright. There is also : o'clork or otherwise i .1\"po".1\ of In I Lamps. _
.appear fecal thunder'hocTs
one of the recomized land marks, I accordance with the statutes made I FUNERAL HOME I n...TF.tI
There is nothing new under the sun. grave danger that in case of war other changed ownership this morning !I and provided .o\.J. Ancle ('...11.I ....- afternoon in north and central Serving Key Wed f .,.,>.
I I tor. jl31aU : portions. I 78 H.*_.. Private Balk _........ ,:_
Back in 700 B. C. the Egyptians had naliors become with when Judge Jefferson B. Browne Half .. -
a might involved : I Century Roan*. Private Rath .. ... :&.M
and George W. Reynolds eold the I I I OP M40TKR!! SALE Jacksonville to Florida Straits: 24 Hour Ambulance Service I' to Revma. Private Bata ____ a...
sbaktherich'program.. another European conflict among the pos hotel for 75000. The purchasers''INOTM'K. IS HEREBY: O1VKN..:Gentls -variable mind* over south Licensed Embalmer 24 n_.. Private Hatk .... .., SJM
that under and virtue of and Sarple R_.. Private Hatfc 4.05el.lIIT
sibilities. by 'pottion and gentle south or .IC th- I
are the M. Karaian and Simpson :: > I Phone .
pursuant to that certain decree 135 Night 696-U.
You can do your part in making Key Syndicate. Judge Browne is t'n' made and entered on the 11th day |: west winds over north portion and !. OCCLPANCT:
of July. A. D. 1935. by the honorable -
route home from attending the _
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West a better community without waiting Jefferson B. Browne, Judge of -- --- - --------
TAXES AND SPENDING convention of Elks in Portland), the Circuit Court of the Twentieth
on any drive or campaign. Ore., End H expected to arrive Judicial Circuit of Monroe County,I,
Florida In Chancery, in that rer-
t some' time this week. It is the taln.t"aulOe therein pending wherein I .
(By J. E. JONES) plan of the purchasers to reno- Thelma Moore Thompson joined by I I
The natives of Ethiopia dislike to be her husband and next friend be HO'ydwin/led
The United States Treasury spent $252.365.-. vatethe building and make it one frey Thompson are .. 't
called Abyssinians because the word r of the most attractive hotels in and John Bogart and Bogart God-I
566 for and relief in the first .
recovery fifteen the south. unknown wife, if married. 'Don
means mongrel we are V. Albury' Mondul and Ceo.Wolz >> ACCEPTING IMITATIONSTo
days of July. The new revenue bill. reported. to : and aN'k, claimantshaving I

Sign in Wolkowsky's window: "1li- Congress will not yield more than $250,000,000. The Steamship Commercial and to the or claiming land hereinafter an interest described In- I I/cct the original Davis 100% Pare Paint
The maintains its Courier arrived in port yesterdayfor are defendants, the under- fie sure to MADE IN BALTIMORE. '
ami Day finds our pants down. Price spending program speed and the purpoeof! tiling on. board appointed aigned Special by said Master decree I. look... for Davu 100% Par Paint has often keen I'I1mT Sept PADII

$4:00.-Miam'i Friday Night._ continues to. move, faster than the President'ssharethe a collection: of. fish for the P'li-j I.. fer for sale at public vusc. s.u.._, this Label isted1/0 never duplicated. ....etas.lA. ....
-wealth proposals.The ladelphia Aquarium. The fih were highest bidder for cash" t."hanC"CY'1 ( Pare Paint [conform with "=-=
front door of the (
placed in tanks on the ship and NOO all Law and M the =:=-==
so-called excess. profits tax proposed in house In Key West' b part paint only paint
Our Idea of a Joke: Big Business after all arrangements for a continuous ty, Florida, on Monday day O.\PUfOI: that curia a guarantee of purity. ===
Congress!!! levies 13 i rent on corporate incomes of September, A. U. 1935 (same bo-'
wrapping the Constitution around itself per rupplv of .fresh water the Ing a rule day of said court and aj j Cook for this Cuarantee label = .
with the henchmen singing\ < of less than $15,000 and 1 14'4 on. incomes: ve",:el sailed for destination. legal Vale day) during the a..gall! !' on the =
in unison. bour*of sale to-wit between 11 = -' ........-e..rawwwahssrsOarls aMansfctanrdn ...............
exceeding that amount. Advocates of the bill o'rlm k in the forenoon and 2 a-I; .. .... ...... .. .. A
Captain Clark D. Stearns, .U. in the afternoon of said ;: the I All oar arodu a a r 5.h..d .t4 Dwkre ml,

The newest things don't please as well claim that this will raise $UO.O O.ooo from cor- S. N;; end Mr*. Stearns were h."h satisfy following Bald deserihed decree by property payment of to I nmWlD VlS QQ6t.Mshed "53 UALTIMoRE.MIi.I. I

porations. What will happen to a small manufacturer Wednesday evening at a dinner the amounts therein epeciftetltm
because they are untried, the oldest are paity in honor of Major General < the Island. of Key WestIn I G. C. ROBERTS Comer Caroline and William Streets
ran !scarcely get by and maintain a decent Monroe County. Florida and
the best-old frierds old times old
man- George: Richard U. S. M. C. and' Known on a map of said island .
ners, old books! old wine. payroll to enable the people in his (communityto his aide Captain L. W. Wright. |( delineated by Wm. A. Whitehead -

live in some comfort is an unanswered question. who arrived here that afternoon'from of tract, in February 18. but 18 now%'. as better part .. --- -..-. -.-- -

Shutting down factories and industries with Guantanamo Bay. Cuba. known as Lot 21. Square 1. :;r.l'.I' 1'.1.1'1' .",.

The New Jersey lady who ran 12 j< Tract Nicholas IS, according subdivision to of tieo.said W. :................I.I..................................................
oppressive taxes does! not its face to be t
appear on medals j .
miles Awarding of the
when she spied a skunk took aJout"the to tract 18, recorded in Plat Book .
a wise way to reach recovery. rer in the essay contest conducted 1. page 42. of Monroe County, .
proper distance we are told by those i Florida liecord Commencing. i j
The new tax bill is "not needed" according: by the Patriotic: Orders Sons of' at a point on Seminary Street I Ij II
placed in a similar dilemma. America, will take place this j distant from the corner of '.
to Senator David I. Walsh, speaking the mind of a in' White Frances Street 134 feet 6 t !
evening the street high !
inches, and running thence ,I
The prolonged congressional session :strong; bloc of Senate Democrat He said that."in school building. The subject of the j along. Seminary Street In a N.sly | 1.KEEP OUTs I
contest was! The Life of Thomas :i iJefferson..There 1 direction 44 feet 5 Inches: |
is advantageous to Congressmen in one re- view of its relatively small tax yield there i is no ; thence at right angles in a S. j
were four winner K'ly direction 92 feet. 0 inches: I I II
spect; they will not have to face their constituents urgency for this kind of a tax bill. Mr. Walsh :? of medals.Everything j i thence at right angles In a S.'V'ly I
declared that it is "unfortunate" direction 44 feet 5 Inches; I
that the
: so soon to give an accounting.A questionof ; thence at right angles in a N. I
taxes has not been "as is in readiness for'! Wlr direction 92 feet. C inches, '
presented to Congress
a I to the place of beginning. | |
the departure of the local national j Pesky Mosquito
revenue than reform
measure as a measure. -
girl about to become engaged guard company tonight for camp| Special Master in Chancery. s
." And Representative Treadway from this at Pensacola. The boys will be! RAYMOND R. LORD
might take time j
out and inquire into the 'I Solicitor for Complainants.
/nme CommonweaUh of Massachusetts\ which was absent for 11 day The company'! jlyZI-Jl; o 7H21P&O .
business prospects of the likely looking

', ,i.the:,' stage, for the famous tax-resisting tea-party in -- __ -.1 Knock Down
swain who, is unable to live her. -- .II I I Screen Wire
Colonial times-a realm that has always known -, .-
1 Screen Doors
More it* taxes**-: adds' his vieHi" opinions are im- STEAMSHIP Co.
than $32,000 has.been! allocated? 18c
for the relief of the unemployed ih Key1 >JM>rt$tj jfsTj( lJ4pne4offthe: oldest meoi envaf *te i UNITED STATES FAST II .. '

Ways and Means Committee. The House bill he k S5e' r 4F -
West for the month of August. If the. % 4 Yard Up

gamblers here do not get the most of this says"certainly is not up to expectations and PORT TAMPA:-HAVANA-WEST INDIES

money it will be a relief indeed. would produce revenues in no way equivalent to Effective March 18th, 1935 I e. I

the Administration's extravagant expenditures.. Leave Key West for Havana Wednesdays and Saturdays, I Adjustable SCREEN _
12:20:! f*_ M. I

The high-tide of travel to Europe is Try as they will Congress cannot find enoughmoney Leave Havana for Key West Thursdays and Mondays!, I \WINDOW
'throu all its Leave Key West for Port Tampa and Mon-
: h. tax-jugglmgs and bpming.Jto Thursdays ENAMEL
being reached. It takes a lot of money to days. 6:30 P. M. t
keep with the Spender] of the White House. I : SREEN :
up .
go to Europe, and with a lot of people going Ticket. Reservation* .. Congress! has itself to blame for having voted all I -
we have sufficient evidence that there Deck 'Pies. 71 28c i

these billions!!, and turned them over to the President J. ft. COST:R. Ac..t. 1 1. "
are a ]lot of people left who have a l lot of I --- .

money. who was authorized to spend all these 80cuP UpKILSIX :

lic moneys any way he saw fit. Thus the ]PUb-1 .

lative branch of the government lot! control. : J.
President thinks
Perhaps ever the :

about the debt which spend spend, spend!
mounting public ,
'Now comes Senator LaFollette and his associates We will be pleased to have you consult us about INSECT
:when it reaches $34,349,000,000 in 193G .

will amount to $273.09 per person. With demanding that the Senate enlarge the how'you can

ftooscvelt it from the House for f SPRAY I
measure as comes
the chances waning to get more out of the
from what they appropriately call a "br adf'r" wealth- I
gas-man or the gas-buyer or ( so- y

called .nuisance and excise taxes increased sharing program. Senator LaFollette is: an optimist Build Buy or
Pint 15c !
1 1 25c
taxes must"come from new sources. : ,(hen he thinks that he can soak-the-rich hard _

enough to get taxes in the Treasury fast enough to Refinance .
I Your Homeor
The quota restriction law of 1924 did keep up with the spending abilities of the Admin 1/2 Gallon 49c 1 Gallon 9Sc t .

rot permanently settle the immigration istration. -stt' s : !

.. .
question for the definite reason that it was Small business men find that they are- to pay repair or modernize any type of \ : a

not applicable to the Western Hemis as. exorbitant taxes in proportion to their abilitiesas I i I .
building insured .
on credit
phere. Predatory employers and profit- the very rich., under the. tax bill now before I 1 J .

reeking steamship companies were quickto Congress.. j, I S South Florida Contracting l i & Engineering Co. j !

take advantage of this mistake. These In order that no man shall escape one State i ,
The First National Bank of West
non-quota countries and especially Mexico, after another is legislating new sales taxes on j Key Phone 59S White and Eliza Streets I

necessities and ]luxuries. { I

\- I Approved Mortgage Under the i I "Your home it worthy of the best J

Europe neutralizing to a great extent the We have a constitutional right to the I

benefits derived from the 1924 Immigration pursuit of happenings but no guarantee FEDERAL .HOUSINa'ADMINISTRATION I
I. .....................................................................: f
Act. that will
we ever catchup with it.
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i7mtN6WtH SOCIAL LEAGUE ;i Today's Birthdays :1 DIAMONDBALL

""' -' GAMES'FRIDAYI \' HERE \ ; .......................e'i ;

SPORTSCHICAGO I i i u. S. Senator W. Warren Bar-

I (By JOVE} ; bour, of N. J., born in Monmouth -

.eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee I (By JOVE) (By JOVE) j J I Co., N. J.. 47 years ago. I{ (By JOVE)

Rene has been named governorof I Friday night the Cave Inn plays Tomorrow tfternoon the Cuban ]h I -_ t The Lopez Funeral Home team
the Administration and the Lighthoure Ch.b will bets with the Arno i
the other district and that an-I cross Wagner B. Cantmerer, Director of
and the Busy' Bte" will cross! batsI
other Rene had the following to i plays the S. B. Beer Beer nine. i i the National Park Service bornat I
On Tuesday night of next week The Beer out-it I I j tonight. This will be a practice
say after the dance on July 25:, is a newly: organized Arapahoe. Xetr.. 12 years ago;
"1 was named' for the door the the Service plays the Cave Inn and club and counts on first !i! frame for the club that is going to

"' '' day I wished to dance. The Tues- the Bermuda Bakery plays the Administration c':ass players like Joe, Dick and'!iI I! Taylor Branson, leader ; the state tournament at Miuni
) CUBS 'BAKERS DEFEAT: in the recond: John Navarro. '"Wicker Salmero. I of the I
I I. FOLLOWING: day before Friday I wouldn'tdance game.Friday U. S. Marine Band born in Washington 'i> Batteries whl be A. Lunn and
because I wasn't feelingwell" night of next week the P. Artman, M Lo::ez. Rueda. Cervantes -
D. C., 54 years ago. Ingraham for the Embalmers, andF.
and the Administration Rodng'ez j
CLIMB NEARER'TOPJ ? Lighthouse and other stars
THROUGH I! LIGHTHOUSE TEN in the first game and S.' B. Peer,,: to carry it to victory o-er other ,, Tynes and :\[. Acevetfo for the

i end Bermuda Bakery in the nightcap ba:eball clubs of the city. Sebastam! S. Krecge, merchant, : Bakers

POSITION I 'IN DIAMONDBALtSERVICE ing Arturo through Baeza the vas door caught at midnightto 'peep- ','t Th? Cn:'an Club aggregation is born at Bald: Mount Pa., 6<* years I The contest tonight will beginat
well 15 o'clock
known to the fans ago ;
t. ,(By JOVE) I I see if the Yankees had wen' He !: 1 r _
...:.............a.AI. :firs I does not when the alright In short field Peter Ca!- The content tomorrow afternoon I
I. come around I tro can lcy I with ray of them. In'''I at the Navy Field will start i Rex Brasher of Kent, Conn.,i} Several Hollywood casting dui
DEFEAT ( : Yanks j
PITSSBURGH OUTFITBY The folio.vinj: re>.ly was received TEAM'TRI MPH 5 IN are losing What is the'
the field Gopher McCarthy and at 4 o'clock shar-. ; noted ornithologist, born at Brooklyn i rectors keep the names of former

THREE-RUN MARGIN;I by Water Pickle from the let- 3.COND GAME OF DOUBLEHEADER '-'' matter, Baeza, you can't take it* Machin or Sweeting are alrightas |i I X. Y., 66 years a:;o. stars in their files for first crackat
''I f 'I' : i s... .i ".. ......
1 (per Arturo Baeza sent to JacobRuppert far as fielding goes but the' possible! rolesMONROE .
CINCINNATI \V1NS FROM PLAYCD LAST There is a certain deputy who of Machin and I I
batting Gopher. |
: I lives on the: "main drag" who Today In History Emanuel A. Goldenweker, the
Sw eeting is weak. To win i Federal I THEATER
CARDINALS I very j Reserve Board's
Mr. Arturo Baeza: EVENING peeps out,of the blinds: every afternoon baU team t be strong I., ..................s.... 'i. chief .
games a mu conomist, born in Russia, 52 Stan Laurel Oliver Hard
I c'o Sports Cigar tore;:; and if the Cubs win he years v in
(!Sprrl.l I. The Ci)!...> J West (By JOVE) comes out full of smiles but if : defensively as we;l as offensively ', 1556-Died, in Rome, aged 1>-1. ; ago I BABES IN TOYLAND
NEW Key Fla. go I think this 'ln' will be one St
YORK.-The Ignatius of Loyola! founder of
Chicago in the '
Two games were played they happen to lose' he does not 'I Heather Anpel: -Lr!e Talbot in
I Cub climbed nearer to,the top in Dear Mr Baeza': Social League last night at Bay- how up* What is the matter of the weakest that ever has represented ;j! the Society of Jesus, i! Guy E. Shipler of Chatham X It Happened In New York

the National League standing as 1 I received voui* letter and was Mew Park. Henry* Cheer up the Cubs still this City. I hone I ammi i: J noted ph'iei't, born in Phila, i Matinee: Balcony: lOc; Orchestra -

a result of defeating: the Pittsburgh -f very pleased to knew the interest In the opening contest the Bermuda have a good chance. i :>taken. .I 1777,-Lafayette, not quite 20, I Ii ': 53 years ago. 15-20c; Night: 15-25e

Pirates which was their I that you take In rir club.,I have Bakery ten defeated the I!I One of the-.,)test oil burnershas i|"Continental commissioned: major-general by i, .- --. --.-- -
tenth straight victory. j i checked: 'uevery move Manager I Lighthouse crew by the basketballscore The Pirates are coming back in- returned to the city* He has !( Congre!!' i I r ---

Bennie Frey won his own ball t .*since of 23 to 9. to baseball and they are willing:i iI I! been in Havana for the last month I II l
game for the Cincinnati Reds [ McCarthy has: made you R. Gonzalez to 1790-U. S. Patent No 1 is-i
Leaders at bat were play any club in the city right
: and
I or two. is now ready to !
go :
knocking out a single for the winking I wrote me end I' do not seem to A. De- ? I I s-ued Samuel Hopkins of Vermont
., Barcelo. Archer and I now They lack practice, ?o the back service. So S. S. i
run to defeat the St. Louis j catch him at anything out of the f merrit, with three safeties in four Sluggers better come out and accept -i I'T:! M" t.o.is in towi strain Capacity ,i 1 i for a method of making pot and : Hotel Leamington
Cardinals 6 to 5.Chieago' t tries. their challenge and play them : !. pearl ashes (lye1831London).
: nay. I i : 17 iottes: of Warner's So
third place White Sox I Our club is losing lately but it I In the field, G. Acevedo and I now that they are out of pract-ce! :': look out for your laurels F. C.. I In. -Bridge complet- I i

conquered Cleveland 8 to 6 in a Ibarmea starred.Twentyfive i What do you say, Roy, any chance A. J. M M B. .for
battle of extra base hits and i has not been the players fault, it t : and youba"l' ed-replaced one in use since the "Mianii's Most Popular Hotel"N.
moved errors were made to interested
get you
has been simolbecausethe, other again lot? of competition now :: rear 1209.
> one game closer to both De- : : I curing! the contest. : Baeza will help out. I' I .
: clrt scored more run*.than our you I I ..E. 1st Street at Biacayne Boulevard
troit and New York the Ameri-
[ in i Circuit blows were. hit by A. I 1914-Stock markets the worldover
I | Lenne Licata :hsd to be coaxed
I! i i i
c'nb. I aopreciate much {!
: Overlooking Bayfront Park
1 and
I can League very Biscayne Bay
pennant race. and A. Dementt. i The closed
I Castro Lopez Funeral Home ten is i to officiate at ire: last games? He ; by war.
jour offer to ,give us advice butI I I |!
The St. Louis Browns showered think that local needsit ; Score by innings: R. II. E. I going to compete in the State Dia- is working at lact.. He is z \et-i i i Opposite Union Bus Station

Schoolboy Rowe and the Detroit your club I Lighthouse 040 110 39 11 15 Imondball tournament? They lack I|; eran and was:: discharged fr6m the I j I[ 1926-Mexico jailed scores of
to and deicat their3tes One Bfock
try from
Tigers with 12-hit to Catholics on !sedition charges. Shopping District
a barrage 0 Bakery _. 522 1103 x-23 15 10 the pcnch to win tall ;
necessary | service in 1919 and this is the first "
for I have heard thnt the Pirates
|take the series opener, 8 to 6. Batteries: C. Stickney, F. Stick- games. They will be alright in the j'[I job he has found snce then. I And Amusements
in your city are the champs, to try I II I
Behind Fritz Ostermueller'sfourhit
and use your Treat knowledge of ney and Ceezo.. A. Dementt; Vil- catching pitching and first de-+ PALACEMONTE. LOWEST RATES EVER QUOTED
pitching: the. Boston Red lareal end A. Castro. partments and second base be
can The Cuba Cafe and Wagner' \ BLUE-LILA
the in the II LEE
helping Sluggers
| Sox whipped the Senators 11 to game Pena Co. I taken care of if Joe Hale goes Beer tens hale t'\O sweet baseball Single Room with Bath _........_...mnm..n $1.50
stop Acevedo. Casa and
frenes I 4 in the. first: of their three-game :. I will close )tr. Baeza with the I In the second game the Army along At third I suppose they I clubs* They trill: plsy every Sunday THE -in-INTRUDERTwo Double Room with Bath __........._.........._ 2.00
: ten defeated the S. B. Beer outfit will use Jackie Carbonell who is at the Navy Field. They are
following. If my club does not '
Connie Mack's\ clubbing Athletics 1 win it will bt no fault of the manager by a 7 to 3 score. not good enough yet to play in a') nerdy to take on any club in the 2-Reel Comedies ALFRED SIMONS, Manager'i'
[ further damaged the Yan- : Ortega held the Beer boys to tournament. Esmond! at short ill I ,
I Lees' pennant holes, winning 6 to :1: or the players.. it will be'Just, four hits. City : 5-10c; Nifht: 10-ISc I;I
'I rim ply because the other clubs .
16 for their first victory in nix The leaders at bat were Howard -- - -
|gmewith the New Yorkers. have outplayed ns.Ilo'ing ;
Brindell and Kolbr: with two
you have success in defeating :
Buried under an ava'anche of
safeties in three tries.
hit the f in the league- the Pi-ates. thank your I
| in game In the field. J. Garcia. Nodine
from deep down in my heart and i,
leading New Yoik Giants came'
and Griffin
[back behind Hal Schumacher's air-- .-oil tbe'playeB and manager send Score ty innings; : R. II. E. I

Ijjtight pitching in the second gam* their regards JACOB. : ?. B. Beer 300 000 0-3 4 2

Fto br:ak evenror the day and i: RUPPERT i Service .... 211 030 x-7 9 1
hoH their los t'> the Cubs .to a Owner New York Yankees.
Batteries L. Castro Clementsand
f I I -. | : !
hilt game. I H. Castro; Ortega:: and B. Pow- "
Another to letter sent
The follow c '
summaries :
NATIONAL LEAGUE II I! hy a Key We.ter "M the following i !ll : .

First Game I I from B:H Terry! manager of the : .

At New York R. II. E: :I New York Giants to Frank (Stag) I Club-Standing of the league W. :L. Pet. I

(Philadelphia __._.__.... __11 16 1 Stickney: ; Bermuda Bakery .... ._ 3 1 .750
|,X.W! York .._... ., ll..t 10 .1 Mr Frank (Stag) Stickney I -- .
'u. Service ..__. ........-.-.. 3 2 .600 I -
Batteries: Bowman and Todd; Stump Lane. ,I Cuban Club --...._.._ 2 2 .500
Key West, Fla. ,
armel<<. Stout and Danning. r S. B:. )Beer ....._... ._ 2 2 .500 rMA: .
Dear friend:
I Adm';nistration ........:. 1 2 .333

Second Game I I I received your letter and after i Lighthouse __u....__...... 1 3 250TODAY'S
At New York R. II. E. reading. your '>lec, I am making .
double'effot to win this flag.!t .
[Philadelphia 282''a I 1 t
New York ....._..._......8 9 2 ,l"not only because; you have asked GAMES.
Batteries: Jo-gens, Mulcahy andSchumacher me. but to show tho=e in your city :: AMERICAN- LEAGUE w

Todd; ;. Chagnon and I who are riding you that the Giants'I I Cleveland at Chicago.-Harder I
'.Mancuso. !, will be the next world's champions. -
;I vs. Phelps.

At Cincinnati R. II. E. I I have. had hard luck ant two i i,j It St. Louis at Detroit-Andrews

St. Louis ... _.__.__ I 5 10 1 'of my pitchers are wrapped up'.in |j[Walkup vs Bridges. Fer-
Bc Washington-W.
ton at
Cincinnati _........_._.613 0 piaster pans, but I still have' Si
Batteries Ifames Hall Paiirelee, Schumacher. Hubbell.l I irell I vs. Newsom.
: Heusser. I, New York at Philadelphia
l hl'l Derringer Smith and Stout to carry on. I. :
and Deiancey ,
: ; }|! Broaca Dietrich.
'! vs.
Frey, Brsnnen and 'Campbell, was a little afraid when we first

iLomlardu met the Csrdinals but now we will I Ile I NATIONAL LEAGUE
hard to catch and by Labor
I j 1 x
Chicago at Pittsburgh-Two
At Pittsburgh R. II. E. Day you can be telling those boys.. Games Henshaw v'. Blanton
I Chicago ._.._m...... 911 1 down there "!That do you think'' Carleton Bush.

{Pittsburgh ._----._...___. 6 7 3 of the Giant now!" i t- let Critz' VI- New York Davis
Philadelphia at -
Batteries: French Lee and have his way and he is still! fillingup ; ., Hubbell
hits locker with junk. I hope V$ ? s
Ibrt'lf'tt Weaver and
; Brown St. Louis at Cincinnati-Fight: ( i
[Pad.ien. to !ee"you down in Key Wet next i
Game Paul Dean Freitan.Rrooklvn .
)- vx
winter. Give my regards to Mr. i r..Y
potponl'd.1 ret fimirers at Boston-Two
; Lrnn and the' of my *
Boston :
Brooklyn ,
I:Games-Benge vs. Macf ayden;
[run, to be flayed on later date. i down there. and d*.mot,tt ;afraid I Babich Brandt.

we won't win this /lat.;.eight i arj 4'....--.-vs-- -

AMERICAN LEAGUE present I am a nervous about I -- ,
BAs Philadelphia_ R. 11. E. the way the : arejclirabing.! < .< .

New York .....___.J t. 5 1 11 1 but when we cut': them(\ve :will! KEY_WEST

[Philadelphia ..?- .. .. .ft 9 3 know how we ** 'COLONIAL HOTELIn .

Batteries: huffing, Maloney, I will close with beet of wishes,

Murphy anti Dickey; Mahaffey\ | and I hope you,come up here for the Center of the Business
the World's Series. Do forget
Marcum and Richards. i -( and Theater District
to bring along those famous

I Machin I rot hers. Bobby! bultz,' First CUt '
At Detroit R. II. E. *- -

t. Louis ..-__..._........ 8 12 0 Doughnut infield and a few Sennble Rate
others from good old Cayo
[Detroit .u_..._...._...? 6 12 1 lIue'o'l J H a
I remain as ever, COFFEE OPEC r.
Batteries: Van u\tta Knott
[Thomas and Hemsley; Rowe, Sul- I
Manager: New York Giants.P. !. Carafe Elevator
|livan and Cochrane.At S.-star; if yon see that we are 5

Chicago R. H. E. 'ippmg! write me again for your L Popular Price )1RUSSELL'S I c\ t ,tir4 -. (; ; .

j last letter made the
[Cleveland __...._._..... 6 10 1 boys get up '
[|Chicago .._........_.. 8 11 t I and hustle! and :on ee what we
done to the Cardinals in the last
Batteries Pearson and Phillips. k
games.!!' Well thrt was when
[Brenzel;; Kennedy and Shea. we received your letter-Bill'

Washington R. H. E.
Colton _.....-......_11 13 1 LEAGUE STANDINGS f ,7G

Washington ._ _._......_ 4 4 3 ,

Batten1': Ostermnller and R. Ii

[Feirell; Haves.. McLean, Petitt. AMERICAN LEAGUE CIGAR STORE =

f Russell! and Holl.rook Club- W. L. Pet. N
Detroit __uw _____. 57 37 .606

rSIIlllll1.TO New York ......._.- 52 37 .58. --0-

Chicago .._. ....__.__ 50 31 .575
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Cleveland ..._._ 45 44 .506 %
If do act receive
you yourpaper Philadelphia __.____. 39 47 .453 By Wire -0

br 6:IS o'clock in the Washington: .._._,. 39 54 .419'' ;

aft* ._., call telephone 51 St. Louis .._.._a... 30 60 .333 COME. IN--AND-o-GET ThE ; ) e1 { roe aao x .

aDd a paper will be tent to )
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6:15 to 7:15 m. for thepurpose
p. Chicago ......_._ 61 36 .629 j; .. .
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con' St. Louis .,_...__ 55 31 ..598Pittsburghi --0-
plaint Help us fire yon 100percent ..._.--.___ 53 43 .552! CIGARS,, ,CIGARETTES, ,
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if do not receive The Oilen.
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STNOPSISt What /?... Mora. took her sister Into the parks, and I .e......ee..e.e..s....................ae....... THE JERUSALEM THORN" of the Jerusalem Thorn, with! its I!! COLUMN I
Ik* mirmtan.it away on s peclorwter and 1
they stolled among the flowers I
.*o.AtpAt 0fc I* piM a ri are Jfoore iitlervtow tooolwft t 0 am4tMtraIfct listened to the band. And to theerenings Birthday Party In C. K. Vliet, presiding elderof feathery leaves and clusters of 1I I..e............
Enjoyable I
.........per man abort Editor Citizen: : I I
they went to the plctnreLLanrt. the Miami District of the delicate yellow blossoms touched
k.r marHao-- to R... r*. tnU* Too much credit cannot be given j FOR RENT
t. Iftat .k. end Ke. ere not _'- wanted to keep Glad amused. Methodist Church, will preside at with ;
and oft
tied bet tkat 6.ea .. .*. eeUedk.r.el And then on the'Saturday morning t Honor Miss Martha CarbonellMiss I Captain Wiliam! W. Demerittfor maroon shedding a :
the in
services the First Methodist !
kit widow tea* be- his efforts I I BICYCLES-WE
Imif lost <* Lb. P'fto: eke mvtretnd at, breakfast came a surprise.Mr. church tonight. in isskting to make fragrance, there were not more RENT by the
(. be kit tD4/. now tart II.M. Albery rang np from Cam- Key West a city beautiful by plant than half a dozen on the island!,I Hour, Day or Week. Repair
Martha Carbonell Warren
daughter Rueda Carmen Alfonso This visit of the elder
ntereed.-.e k bold kit presiding '1
may brldegshire and invited Laurie and I ing Jerusalem Thorn and Royal although many years ago they all makes and paint them with
lob with Hark AUtry, eAa employ of Mr. and Mrs. Juan Car is not business visit
Skies tock. Glad to come down for the week end. I Lopez.. a Poncianas: along the sidewalks. grew in great prolu ion. j j Nu-EnameL We carry a full
-' I He excused himself for perhaps bonell, dslightfully entertained I t. Joe IlcnHquez VJlne1 iMtonp, Hut isJfVn.the. :purpose of delivering Many of the tatter are now in They were known: then by the' supply of parts. Agent for the

Chapter 19 spoiling his secretary's plans, but be Monday evening at the Habana- Edna"Mae'Tho'nipsonManiiel Fef r: a great message to the bloom few as the "Mexican Chaparral; "'] Kollfast and Dayton Bicycles.

found that he would have to get la Madrid Club with a party dance in I.I }hr.rcb/R'oin'g' people -f the city I Until Captain D-meritt became'' and by the multitud as the j I And sell them as low ma $5.00
WEEK END some work In the mornings. wouldbe honor of her birthday nandez! Sidney Aronoyitz; ; Curtis and 1M many friend i interested down
I. \ ia the decorative value "Tramma" tree. Just as the, and $1.00 per week. We
Wattet-l\iJhnaw ir./
anniver-.ary.j } \ 1
alAND. of course It was kept a very kind IT Mrs. Moore would Refreshments were I Stanton ; Acjroijinanyiny Dt. Vliet on his '( Geiger flower "took its name from ;;i Buy and Sell all makes of used
give her Sunday. The work cluding delicious fruit punch liam Warren; JK7 LiIftln-t.ttJm; arrival river the East Coast today I !
np was
i !
where she
dead secretr asked Mr. I Tampa ; was called to!Jan old Key West family the Bicycles Phone 276. J. R.
important. There were one or two various forms of amusements indulged David Perez Marc Mesa Jr.,: was his 1a'IKbter. Miss Billie Vliet. her I"Tramma" '
Cornelius Stowers Duval
I son who is.i reported -I took its name from the company 616
Drake. people staying In the house and he in, including dancing, with Julio Lacedonia Frances EHswoith. While here they will be guests of I seriously ill. {j mcther of the viCe of Admiral |!I street jly9
"They said rumors got about would see to It that Miss Gladys was Del Wood's Orchestra furnishing II I Rose Mary 'Albury, 'Jack I Rev. and Mrs. J. B. Culpepper. of I Yates I
I Sterling, Sr., Mrs. -
replied Laurie "but we wanted to kept amused. music: for the occasion. (I Gomez, Henry Higgs, Samuel Russell th .Fitst 'church. j I
Laurie I Ii I Dr. Aurelio Perez returned yesterday -!i whose nickname was "Tram- PIANO TUNING
keep It a secret until he came back. was excited and pleased.The Everyone present expressedthemselves Dr. F. S. Carbonell, Mr.\ and I I
keen edge had worn off the having thoroughly i Mrs. W. W. Demeritt Jr.. Mary .e..5 5.5..e..5.555.5... I afternoon! to his home in ma.
"I understand. You were afraidof extraordinary scene in the office off as I Lewie G. King. Jim- Miami after a brief visit with relatives The writer lias a letter from PIANO TUNER Laureano Mo\
the press. It wasn't their busi enjoyed the pleasures of the eve I I mie Lightbourn Briggs Louise Delaney. PERSONAL MENTION in Key West. I Mrs. Sterling, written more than I. reno Excellent piano for Wit
ness. It Is extremely kind of you to i ,
ning.Those she' cheap. 1018 Division street
tell me all this." he said grate present were: Joseph A. Hernandez Fabian
Carol Garcia Jr., Billy Acheson Mr. ...e.e..ee.e.eeeeeee.eeeDirs. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Cherry leftover were by jly25-lmw
fully. 1 wish you could rememberthe Betty Curtis Alma Hall ', II her mother's nickname. I
name of the minister who married Curtis Janice Lounders. John R.! and Mrs Millard Johnson. J. W- Oliver Haskins who was the East Coast yesterday I.
Some of the trees planted by ROOMS
you. But. of course they can CordelU Jr.. F. H. McKinley, GiI-1[ Kea Mr. and Mrs\ B. Rodriguez, attending a session of summer i afternoon to be with Mrs. Captain Demeritt growing
easily find out Somebody from the bert Demeritt. Mrs. Lily Mrs. H. Maurique.\ F. Ayala, school at Gainesville returned I Cherry's mother, who is seriouslyill ; 1 "THE MUNRO" Room
1-ixuriantly vhilc otters have died! $ unexcelled
office will make a little pilgrimageout Warren Lace'Jonia. the Havana at their home in Fcld&mcre,j
Mrs. Rose Robidtre, Frank John- George Margarita yesterday on Special. and unfortunately have not been in price and location,
there. How far did yon say it Jr. Frank Marrero. Florence 1' Barbara Carey Dorothy : Fla. .
Eon, replaced. running water. 128 N. E 4th
was from your old homerLaurie ) :Sawyer;; Camille Pierce Cecelia Hull, Chick Sinclair Pat Patterson Joseph; Sawyer teller in the I' About the time Captain DC-I street Miami. Fla. jly26lmoxFOR

prayed for the return of My Ellsworth. Elsie Christensen. Rita !,| Bill Boyer Conxuelo Gomez. First National Bank of Key West Mrs.' Rosalind Palmer left over Meritt planted these trees along : ..
her wits as she had never prayedfor Diaz, j Canidad Santana, Gwendolyn Borden the East Coast after- SALE
i Pinder, Rene Diaz, Eddie | who with Mrs. Sawyer left two yesterday I, the sidewalks Mrs. Wallace Kirke I
anything before. Louise Curry AL Manucy. Mari-j i Marguerite\ Goshorn, John weeks ago for a vacation in Jacksonville noon for a visit with friends in discovered quite a large one and _

"About twenty miles. ano Juncedella, Jr., Fabia Garcia : Borden, Nicholas Goshorn Marina returned yesterday. Mts. Miami. I got permission to take it up andtffensplant ( OLD PAPERS FOR SALE-Two

"And the name of your old hooter Jr. j[ Crespo. Sawyer stopped in Miami for several )it to the old Catholic 1 bundles for 5c. The Citizen OfI .
"Ferndew Farm-on the Targatta Nell Rose Curry, Frances Delaney I! Mrs. Juan Carbonell Pubio. Car days. Miss Joyce Archer who has" phurehjy'on Duval street.XjSheJtmH I'I fice. oct16

Road." 1 Georgia Saunders, Ro. --> bon lI. Lonella Lester, Ophelia been spending the past few weeks .red it carefully and
"Do your people still lire there. 1 Lester John B. Hayes, Mario | PRINTING-Quality at
mary Saunders. Norma Garcia. Major William V. Albury who with friends and relatives in Key. theJtre JJb.nvtd and wa, beau- Printing
Mrs. )Moore I Xenia Theodora Ignatius Lester Carolyn Grissett 1 West left the this ( the Lowest Prices. The Art-
( Frank Alvarez Hoff !: absent from the city for several over highway tifcQj! gyMietrical; an ornament to
"Oh. nod! My father Is dead. My Russell, Lottie McLean Con-!! Mr. and Mrs\ Harry Covington. was days business, returned on morning for her home in TampaAccompanying f the lot. but it was ruthlessly destroyed -j I man Press. aug?
mother died long ago. My only sister j Ygnacio Car- _
Virginia Laura Harrison
Euelo Carmona Rose Appel her was her step by rather dc-
train ;
Is here with me. I han nobody left Perez. George Sawyer, Ida ,bonell, Yolanda Mendoza Curry morning father. Ernie Smith, and .Jier{ couragingjfo. of our peoplewhoxioufd [TYPEWRITING PAPER 600i

In Australia. \ Kerr, Buddy Berkowitz, Sylvia Harris J. Martinez, Marie Nettles cousin. Shirley ElbcrUon; also\ l I Iii'a beautify the city i sheets 75c. The Artman Press.
And you were In Sydney when I V. A. Johnson who
Guito. Bert D. Hernandez. Hugo!Jefferson B. Browne Ray G. Bush.C. Mjrs.\ Ruth Baker who went as far r by planting flowering trees and I auz7
yon heard the sad news of your panied Mrs. Johnson last week to
Jesus Saunders. S. J. Hoover Henry
Barcelo Arthur Gonzalez. as Miami shrubs.
husband's"Yes. I stayed crash?on there." Ctnnona. Mario P. Rob Margaret j: Perez, Joe A. Medina Joe M. I Miami where they were guests of I The un<5i,(-tl/ holes in the sidewalk i SPECIALSWhite

"And after ((1 ;" 'M1i Falcon. Florence Crusoe. ,I t Catala Mrs. Lester. their son and daughter-in-law, Mrs.\ Verdaine McCardlc\ and where these trees were once 'I Belt Dairy'-
husband's -
your supposed :Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Sawyer I Mr. and Mrs.\ Munson Johnson
death,you revealed yourself Isidore Rodriguez Julio Lopez j i : baby who were guests at the. planted, are vocative of indifference Sweet ?Milk quart .. .. I9c
Ada Rodriguez. Ramon -. Mr. and Mrs. John Carbonell. returned yesterday while Mrs. Butter Milk, ISc
"Yes. After that It was Celia Salgado family home on Petronia street! to l>eautr cati n and cause: quart
enough to repeat the recital easy that S. Rubio. Juanita Mayg'. Jr., Mr. and Mr!'. Raoul Carho- l Johnson continued to-Peoria, 111- left yesterday afternoon to join unfavorable comment.R. Good Lack Oleo, with glass! ,

she had made so often of her discovery Grace Rivero. Solita Cobo Delioj I. nell. Claude Thompson! Mary for a visit with another son and Mr. McCardle, chief machinist'smate ,I' UENEOW. per tb ........ 22e

by the Albery firm and her i I Cobo O!"wrJd Frajra, Floyd Dillon. Jane Lowell. Mrs. Falcon. Mr. daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. U. S. stationed at Annapolis -/! Key West, Flaj .. : I TIFTS; CASH GROCER f

voyage to England through their Jack Dillon, Willard Saunders, and Mrs Dion Mrs.\ Quinn. C. R,I I Knight Johnson. "t Md. j j I July 30, 1935.! 1101 Division St. Phone 29

kindness and her subsequent work I Jeff Knight Jr.. Margaret Dion Shepard, Beba Vascos John Ri- .. .. .. .
In the London offices. I Francis Dion, Mrs. James II. ivero, Bernard Waite, Dora H. L. Peet auditor-i9r the Van --- --- ---

Then the young man asked a Hardee. Andrew Pritchard, John! cl>ado. Ophelia Machado. Mr. 1\la.1 I Noy Interstate Con\ sAy. was an

question that roused her temper. i. Pritchard Ray Nicholas Evelio I II I Mrs. Leonte Vallaejares. arrival yesterday toaudit the

Could yon last give me a few .. ._ -- I books of the company's Key West
--'- ----- '
words about how 'unit. 'JI ,
you felt when you I

had the news of your husband's return i Maki Maki \Announcement .w.

the other dar I Mayor Wm. II. Malone\ returned
"No. I certainly could not!" she I Club Meets \t Of Engagement yesterday from a week end visit
flashed and the young man answered I t I with Mrs. Malone who is enjoying
In a rebuked voice. Misses Zenia Hoff Consuelo i I )lr. and Mrs. Osborn Nottage, i a vacation with relatives in Mi- L

"Of course 1 quite understand. Carmona. and Cecilia Ellsworth I i of 506 Grinnell street announce ami.

Such momenta are sacred and can- entertained the Muki Muki 0 Clubat the engagement of their daugh- r _
not be revealed to the public." the home of Miss Cecilia Ells I i Mrs. S. V. McCarthy, who was
t ter. Miss Melvie Louise Nottage
worth last evening.. t' in Miami for a few days as guest
HE got up and thanked her and I Bridge and Michigan were'to Wilson Jolly son of Mrs. :of Mrs. W. B. Whitman formerly

took his leave and left her played throughout the evening.The .'Gladys Jolly. The wedding will Miss Camille Peacon returned "Electroluxis

hardly able to stand and biting her prize was won by Miss Solita be rolemnized in the near future. on the morning train yesterday. L
lips In an effort to force back an Cobo.
I A number of pre-nuptial'- T
attack of hysterics Her commonsense Refreshments of ice cream fairs are being arranged in honor Mrs. Willis Hilton, who was in 1

bad entirely deserted her. I crackers and mints were served. of the bride-to-be. The first of : Gainesville attending a session of
How could she have beta mad
What could she do to :stop so that I ,terales' Those present were: these will be a miscellaneous summer school,. left at the conclusion as different -

young man? Nothing! She could Misses Zenia Hoff, Consuelo shower to be given by Mrs.. Carl of her studies, for a visit

hardly even remember what she had Carmona, Cecilia Ellsworth, Isabel Bervaldi and Mrs. A. T. Sjursen, in New York.

told him but she knew that they Armayor Katie Saunders, Alberta -. aunts of Miss Nottage.

were pack of clumsy lies. wood. Rosemary Saunders -' .Invitationsfor.the shower. havel Mrs. Cornelius Peterson returned /ornaFdo2 Afh .'

Why hadn't she said they ad been "Give me luxury," said Gladys Edna Pinder Georgie Saunders ..been received by friend of',the yesterday from Miami -
married In Sdne7-a big town Solita Cobo Celestine John- hostesses and Miss" Nottage. It where she- went last week to join

where she was a stranger?..She last Tuesday. She had not seen her son, Melvie Nottage Virginia' will be held tomojTQjv?iftrrnoonI I[I her daughter.Mijts.Alberta.Peter- AS DAY IS FROMNIGHT"

might easily have forgotten all details employer since. She had thought Perez, Moraima i Ochoa Orphelia 4 o'clocWin J the national guard son, who was visiting for several

about that Rut near her own about It of course; not once but Machado Juanita Mayg, Grace armory at Southard and White{!'weeks with her aunt Mrs. James
home-where they would and many times. ,
Rivero. streets. Barwick. Miss Alberta is a member -
make Inquiries! She had made a Mr. Albery had told her that he j I !i of the Junior Patrol and took
hopeless mess of things. She had loved her. No girl could forget such ,
given. the whole show sway. a thing as that. But she had decided i Local Guards I Tree Guild To I l I part! Monday in the demonstration night. in Miami -

Well. It was Rea Moore's fault. that there mast have been something To Give Dance !Hold Meeting I
she told herself and worked herself the matter with him. Perhaps men .

Into a state of indignation. Heongnt were like that. They bad flts of r Mrs. Thurman Sands returnedover ,, '>>' 'i. .' .M 'V ,
t; !;V" 4 ':it ;.k fJ:<< :
to have thought at such s coming all over amorous" as the Local battery of Florida National !f There will be a meeting of the the East Coast yesterday ff: : :$
tblng. fie knew all about newspaper catch-phrase went. Guards will sponsor| a big. Tree Guild held tomorrow afternoon -t j I I from Miami where she went to ))0ralMHit'? IS AN ADVANTAGE WE WANT>
men. He ought to have prepared her Laurie knew absolutely nothing dance at Habana-Madrid Club on beginning at 5 o'clock at spend the week end with relatives ;fAN.; .

with a proper packet of lies. about,;.mentor a: girl) who had Friday evening August 2. :' the Public Library rooms according I[! and friends. <'}Jifi <: tSs-s l 5.d') i- >:; ; .-:.

But when she was In bed that knock d.about the world as she had. Battery"E": which will attend to announcement made o/af"s/ peT> ent.sHence" No moving parts to jW
wears j
nigh I In the flat and everything was But she was no fool and during her the annual encampment at Fort today. I N. P. Whitford, ammunition expert v-f* ><*i

quiet and dark time lay' and saw RexMoores two years of loneliness her little Taylor in a short time, is giving: A request is made for a large with the war department) .;....1i.1,... *&zi.: ::1f. ;,". aw'. ,c .w ,*-
'-v. .?... :..1t- '. ';: .
eo; ,,.., << '
,d ,
had read ,
Westminster :
attic ebe an % .v.-/ '*
staring at .her < +
snowy eyes stated'"eve |who was in Key West his 'V" -> ;
this affair to prepare for the' attendance as it is rat; on an- plus MODERN CONVENIENCES. .;. ;
and his mouth smiling mockingly enormous. number of books of all ''
angry; nual of the
The will inspection explosives .
camp. boys are doing every. matters of much importance ;
.- >
: and his Impatient shoulders sorts.So e thing possible to make the affaira stored at Fort Taylor reservation BEAUTY .
be taken at this meeting.. MODERN .
up >
shhken with that brusque gestureof she thanked,Mr..Albery calmly 1 '
she abW( their success and assure everyone at- : '
contempt. She was terribly I .sod d78 packed ,-\'f< '. m '' / '
afraid. suitcases and were-ready when the tending a good time. :; last Thursday because of the illness .r... ____ z. .

princely, silent motor came for I of one of,the players will be Mrs. Ralph Sierra left yesterday -

ALBERY did not come to them. Melody Hoar On t presented tomorrow night in the afternoon' for Fensacola
MARK otice S i Colonial HoteL 11 11I Fla., to join Mr. Sierra who is at- are two kinds of refrigeratorstthosa
for the next three
Thursday Night tached the Civil Service unit in moving and Electrolux
to parts
days. He was at his country place In "GIve me IUlufJ'laid'! Gladys to. I One of the outstanding numbers -

Cambridgeshire. According to a custom herself. as she tripped down the i offered will be the famous' that city. Electrolux is fundamentally different from

of Miss Dixie's time. Laurie broad shallow-stepped oak staircaseof The eighth Key West Melody'j I"Moonlight Sonata" by Ludwig f I !A flame
other refrigerator tiny gas replaces -
could have stayed away altogether .Mark Albery'i historic Tudor Hour which was postponed from 14 Ivan Meethoven. Mrs. C. N. Elbertson left, on every
But she haG a lot of notes to Transcribe boose. -I the afternoon train yesterday for all moving parts..circulates the simple

and papers to arrange and It was nearly eight o'clock at refrigerant, which is cooled by ordinary air.

file and she worked each morning Gladys which time had left dinner Laurie was up serred.In her I KABARET FORCOLORED BECAME PROVOKED BumsteadsWormSyrupEXPERT By this simple method,you get fullest food
Gladys was out In the mornings
bat came back to the midday meal bedroom, hastily changing her ST. PAUL-Mrs. James Hirschof : protection plenty of ice cubes. And because -
clothes. Laurie had been working te eaadras ..... ell ,.' Rain
They bad not started rehearsingyet : with Mr. Albery aU the afternoon UNITUnder this city had her husband arrested ''"".... see as ,..-....same II' Nt-YEa this simplicity means greater efficiency
but she went to the practiceroom rAiLt4 trwsite es.rrltv s.,1 Electrolux little to and is
costs amazingly
Something very Important had happened because he struck her for ., 5AaTONiN. It residue r-aq d.. run
that the manager: bad hired In SSed ".iy ,...nrect.. tieW.eterrwksteqbr Iii
just before they arrived. free from depreciation due to moving part
a tall old building near Covent Gar-- talking when he was listening to eU. CS a bottle.it.
Laurie had sent down because I Co A. V__ i'rkaM.lpWa;
den. Gladys the sponsorship! of the the radio. that wear. Electrolux is silent, too. For part

Laurie was more at eau about watched she when could she was not In bear a hurry to be recreation department of the Key I!I t I! .,., I t that do not move cannot cause noise!
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young man who was had no
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a be presented at 6 o'clock tomorrow ,
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March 8, 1889.1816Lydia. The program will open with the I a ', ,, ..-rl' Sf.I.'- million fine American homes and apartments.Come .
singing of "Way Down Upon ,the in!
Suwanee River," bythose present. NEW 1 : t

Anniversaries Moss Bradley the Then will follow numbers by II I,
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.. Vivay Ind. Died Jan. 16, 1908. nice Gibson solo; Rohelia Bur- SERVICE
1763- James Kent, New York gohy tap dance; Ethelyn Sands, I _

lawyer professor: and jurist, author solo; Helen Gonzalez, 'dance; W. From Key' West alternate Friday Optical repairs form a large ELECTROLUX

of the celebrated "Commen 1820--John W. Garrett Baltimore of- l\(. Albury and A. Colebrooks.duet From New York alienate Tuesdays part of our 'services. We? are I _
builder-president REFRIGERATOR
taries American banker THE SEBVEL y
on Law. born in ; Kermit Saunders top; '
fully qualified and experienced
i the Baltimore Ohio Railway,
Putnam Co., N. Y. Died Dec. 12,
1847. ( born in Baltimore. Died Sept. 26, From Bottom alternate SaturdaysAla to duplicate broken lenses and I

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Swedish engineer and inventor Chaaillu, famed American explorer 1 1BILIOUSNESS Gas Company"
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who lived here after his 37th year and writer on Africa bornin ROY E. LADE
builder of the ironclad "Monitor"of New Orleans.. Died in Russia, E. SMITH. Aftmt 932 Deal Stmt7e4u' Manager
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