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: August 5, 1935
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
daily[ former <1908-1909>]
daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358017
oclc - 02701762
notis - ABZ6317
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Associated Service.Press Dy Wire << 1S W't I Key West, Florida, has the
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I For Best 55 Interests Yean Devoted of Key West to the tp 1 tcn most country equable; with weather*an average in the

range of only 14 Fahrenheit

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Now That Huey Long Runs New Orleans, I Heads... .Encampment t At Fort Taylor i :E Immense Crowd Assembles At Railway


Louisiana Is Nearly Absolute Monarchy ;: _
,-' Station Yesterday To Greet National

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He Makes Other State FIRST CONTINGENT OF WORK FORCES { t x ?r Guard Units Arriving For EncampmentRailroad

Bosses Seem Like 'Pik STARTON NAVY YARD I IMPROVEMENTS -- -- -., -.- -
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ers' In His Wide Ma- I
Coordinator DesignatesKey Streets Along Line Of
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neuvers I VETERAN AT KEY Repair a'Dd renovation activitiesat -
S F March Literally Lined

CAMP STRUCK AND the naval station began this I West As Trading Center

morning under the supervision of By Residents Viewing
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(Chief Of Bureau The Associated KILLED BY TRAINFRED Lieutenant William Klaus U. S. : 1 I Procession
Press New Orleans) i i Island
I N., communication officer ii command i City Selected As) ARRANGE CONCERTI
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Under the rule of Huey P. Long C.1ISET MIDDLE:: ACED I at the station k ; : > 4 i One Of Twelve Trading;M FOR THIS EVENING 1 1 Neither the long delay of

As announced in The Citizen
the stat. of Louisiana has beenturned MAN HIT BY SPECIAL EN. : Areas In State Worthy | the train's arrival yesterday
I last week Lieutenant Klaus received -! AT CAMP

into as near an absolute ROUTE TO KEY WEST V2S- authority to spend approai.ate-I Of Consideration 1 GRODNDSj j nor an exceptionally warm

monarchy as U po-sibl. on the soil TERDAY -I II :day discouraged the thousands -
: ly $23,000 on repairs and re ... i
of toe United State 3A EXCELLENT PROGRAM TO BE! of Key 'V esters who
tin and the funds iLea at By PAUL MAY19.eetal
Long dominates every publicfuaction Fred Grisct, middle aged veter I ware I "..IaJ.-t.. .. .****.....f I RENDERED BY LaMONACA'S:: waited at the station and
his disposaL I r the I'll Ural.
an employed at the e- on Mate- REGIMENTAL BEGINNING
.mp BAND lined the
except the cnurch and .rv WASHINGTON streets to extend a
.. D. C.
cumbe Key was struck and Lined I ,
There I II
are I'J persons employed
:I 7:30 O'CLOCK
the press. 9:28 o'clock yesterday morning I on the project. E. A. Ramsey,-who Aug. 5.-For purposes of welcome to the 265th Regiment i-
by Extra Train 424 en } to j
Ironically his latest acquisitionof Key West with the 265th route Regiment <<: I I was is a selected certified to puMie have charge accountant of the,1 i : '' j I determining the possibilitiesI { j Coast Artillery Florida

powers came on Independenceday Florida National:! Guard. L I Regular band concert by the National Guard
office with the title of managing I railroad which arrived -
when, through his legislature The tragedy,occurred a short distance clerk.P. I II .- I. coordination.i: 265th Coast Artillery! Regimental i _

he took over control of motion west of Lower Matecumbe.Whether F. Roberts is outside fore- : la 4 j x, -- Joseph B. Eastman railroad!I Band F. N. G., will be given tonight yesterday morning.
pictures through a board of censorship I
death the culmina-I / A ,
was man, under direction of L. 1.1.1 rc t.F 'I at 7:30 o'clock oil the new- Long before the hour
and placed under his jurisdiction tion of a dseire to I coordinator, has designated
all school, teachers and whether the intoxi j I i Pierce with the following: work- ; !ly erected bandstand at :the encampment -
man was men: Four carpenters three plum. : Key West scheduled for the arrival of
as a I
trading |
other j
every non-ejective employeof center -
cated it is. of course/impossible i ,
paint-i I
two electricians two
the state, parishes and man f'- to determine. :{I|pers;I ers and six laborers dIC for 14,000 persons.!i Caesar LaMonaca conductor: the train groups began to

cipalities. Mann Norwood road foremanof I j/ While! these men ore employed i ii t has selected a program of excellent -i I assemble at the tenrunafc
Capture of New Orleans engines of the Florida East population of
i on wages sek by the executive or I II a numbers which he feels sure i
Before Huey's latest trip to Coast Railway was driving the en-I der issued from Washington Lieu Key West is and by the time the whistle
pine, with Engineer G. W. I only 13000. j will be a happily received greet-:I
Louisiana, the city of New Orleans 'tenant Klaus expects to pay an increase Lieut Cot M. R. Wcod ard. Commander 265th Coast Artillery. .
under. the leadership of I in the cab. I 'of 10 percent -- - .. -- Eastman selected Key!I ing on their first appearance in sounded announcing the approach
Mayor T. Semmes Walmsley represented Mr. Norwood told ,The Citizen I I I Key West since last year I.
of the train crowd
an organized hotbed of I they saw the man when a long: !! CLAIMS WATER f! MEMBERS OF PARK West as one of twelve trading -':{ The program follows: a

anti-Longism. When he left way ahead on the train walking;: IVY I TO LEAVEFORJORTUGAS areas in Florida worthy I!J March\ "On the Mall"-Gold-I estimated at three thousandwere
Louisiana July 17 the Waemsley on the right of way. At the ;
organization: was wrecked and sound of the bell and whistle he t !! AND SEWERAGE J BOARD WILL\ JOIN of consideration as railroad!i iJ '! man. ,_I:,, there to greet the
Waltz "Blue Danube"
stepped:aside and continued walk i ;
control of the city of half mil t i
a J
lion population was in his grasp. ing. I BADLY NEEDED TREE GUILD UNIT freight traffic centers. In 1 1'I ': Strau.s. I visiting! officers and men.
When I k Popular Fox Trot, "Isle cfCapri" I
Walmsley still was mayor in i the engine! w'as about the Key West trading arenj I I I Prominent anion;: the wait',"
Crosr. Vocal
400 feet by
title but Long had stripped him of away Griset stepped VESSEL WILL BRING SCOUT 'I
almost every vestige of rectly in the path of the di-I are 1,000 rural residents t.4 and!)'! Billy Batey. : i i crowds was the Hashing filtinfr'and
power. I
train and raised his hand. TROOP BACK TO KEY MANUFACTURER OF PLANS FOR BEAUTIFYINGCITY I'| Tenor Solo by Austin de Stolfc::
.Long took. over thq-parse of j LOUISIH ,_ I accwitrfeacnta of the Anif
East-i !
New Orleans by placing taxes and'}I diately lhe*wV3ty brakes were' r. T- WEST' v 1f 13,000 urban residents, | (a) "Rio .filtATlomcy.: iifcui' 'L.vL>rw .
licenses under state controL By'[ applied but nothing! could have man claims this Waltz Spagnola"- I Scan Legion Drum and Biigl"
stopped the train which, Mr\ Nor being thef I Di Chiara.
same means he obtained control OF ORGANIZATION ,
wood said was making 60 miles II III combined t I Overture to "Semiramide"- Corps and the naty cadet fitting:
of. the city policemen and I Tender Ivy of the lighthouse ofj Rossini.
firem.en. the sewerage and water an hour. department will leave for NEEDS LAST WEEK !j I of the Junior Patrol both of
tonight three
As soon as the train was brought I r I communities covering! I'opular"altz., "When I Orowj
department and he can control all 1 work in I
buoy the of Tor-
to a stop the scene of the accident I t vicinity j Too Old To Dream"-RomberJ which were in waiting to act n-
other departments by controllingthe and will 1,100 square mile:. j
tugas return Wednesday; Vocal
1 by Bill
was visited by Mr.\ Norwood, En- An adequate water ands Members of the Batey.
money. evening with Troop 5, boy scouts supply I park agd beau j escorts for the arrivals as was aUoBattery (
: I Doris Witherby in I
his Sheeley Guy Adams conductor -i t 1 essential In the trading area are; acrobatic
Through : legislature he members sewerage system are
can which
of are enjoyingan tol i
and others. The body of ) tification! advisory board are I dance "E".
do the same to any other city. the unfortunate man was found outing at Fort Jefferson on I[ to the success of Key West as a- I II nine industries located on;: Alto Saxophone Solo "Velma

Longs Duration horribly crushed in a ditch. The I Garden Key.Thursday. resort city, in the opinion of aj| become member of the Key Westt j! by Jimmy Austin-Rvsebrook.j When the train arrived the!

How long will he last! front end of the engine was spate night with at 10 o'clock r Covington La., manufacturer who I!t Tree Guild it was: decdied last 1 1I j!i tracks of one railroad, while j'I Fantasie on "My Old Kentucky troop detrained in record tune

His devoted followers say h tered with his brains and a part i the Ivy will sail Superintendent has become interested in Key West j 'I in Key West proper thrfce in-' Home"-Dalbey. Solos for all instruments and within a few minutes unit! '
will grow in power until he dies. of his tttall was found resting on j'' of Lighthouses Wm. W. and the rehabilitation program { week during a joint meeting of'J : I in this 'number.
His enemies say he will collapseat the drawhead. I I' Demeritt who will in Miami being carried on here. |I j !i i dustries are located on railroad -I| The Star Spangled Banner. I had been aseinbled and the marchto

the next election. The body was turned over to, meet> and hold a conference with A few weeks ago, H. A, Mack, J' the two groups while reorganii -: There are three numbers on the! the camp at Fort Taylor re:,-r-

Persons who think in terms of 1 Peace Justice E. P.. Lowe who: ;Henry L. Beck superintendent olI !f president of the JIackie Pine Pr|.- zation of the Guild took place. I{i tracks. The 3,000 i iI I above program which are worth vation ftartcd.

practical politics say it will take' summoned a jury to investigate I\!lighthouses of the Sixth District, I I ducts Company of Covington. j!! i I cars of merchandise which i t ti especial notice. Two vocal offeri -' The parade was led by the
a long seige to "break" him. They and the train continued to Key I j'with headquarters in Charleston' wrote the houcinjr department of Under the new organization!; ings by Austin de Stolfe. noted i ;
Drum and
i I )i moved out of this in Bugle Corps with the
explain that Long has all that West. :S. C. j l the Key West Administration for] the following are the officers of! area a i ttnor. Mr. de Stolfe has sung in
goes to make a* strong political I Here the train crew and Mr.j j Superintendent Beck,: is making'the information about Key West particularly -' (!;I i I recent depression year all j 1! New York and :Miami and is paying -'I Junior Patrol following Then
organization-money, jobs, con Norwood told Chief Deputy Ber trip from Charleston via the i, its climate. j the Guild: Wallace B. Kirke,I! ,iest. | his first; visit to Key West. r Ithe full Regimental Band of 29

trol of police and militia, and con nard Waite of the unfortunate oc-' Inland Waterway system. j| Climatic conditions were described president; Karl Thompson vicc-It[: originated in Key N The'! Also there is Doris ""hitherby.YOUnli pieces under the leadership of

trol of election machinery. He has' curence. Mr. Waite made arrangements in detail in the reply, and t !1 :' acrobatic dancer and daughter -'.Caesar LaMonaca. Next Headquarters
a ruthless knack of punishing his, for a brief stop of I j the Louisiana correspondent seem i I president; 4! D. Luethi secretary,;'24,000 car moving into the: of Mr. de Stolfe who has scot j 4.
enemies and holding out a liberal l the outgoing: train at Tarernie'r, Ii ed impressed with nhem. 'I and the Rev. J. C. GekeJer, treas-; also moved4: into Key t I ed hits in New York and Miami\ Battery and aflcrwar-K

hand to his friends. I I where the train crew was togive ; "I am favorably impressed wish ( urer. j I. area, S. } i i and has been accorded recognition BatteryA", Battery "B". Battery -

Only one organization threatensto their testimony before the coro- RETURNS HEREREPRESENTATIV'E the climatic conditions. and it'' Today, 'officers of the Guild!: Y 4H 2 1J, J I I I a. one of the finest artists in her "If and Battery "E".

stop him-the Square Deal as ner's jury. I seems! that Key West if a water- : were mphazu >ing that trees must I' line in the world. She has appeared I The line of march was along

sociation. sewerage system were provided f: I on program* with "Toto the Grinnell street to Fleming wc tI
I bridged i be. conserved and! cultivated HI: I Clown" and has performed in I IRoxy's I >
This group organized in every :and the highway gaps :i SURPRISE FOR
SUMMON JURY IN OPjSaOAP Fleming! to Dual, couth
I 'eat The Guild theater ton I II on
parish is working under cover to: j would more than rival all other Key is anxious ,=I and at Radio City.
defeat Long's candiate for the MANUFACTURERS! ,ARRIVED Florida resorts." Mr. Mackie wrote j i Ito receive all trees of a plantable 'r)4 1 r Last, but by no means least, is f Duval to Division and west to tho

state legislature on the assumption DEATH OF BABY SATURDAY' in part. I t II size, that is. two and three feet "FNG OFFICERS i the alto raxophone>solo "Velma"I camp where preparations were at

that if he is: stripped of legislative "Key West cannot hope to be- b:; Jimmy Austin. }Ir. Austin is Ii j I once began to get the camp in
and taller. If the trees of other
control his temple will 1: come a great resort until a perfect I i I I one of the highly accomplished I'larder
.. : and for the t
prepare mo-
crash. water supply and sewerage'system plants are small enough to place musicians forming Conductor La-|
Other Bosses 'Pikers' I COLORED INFANT DIED HERE H. Gillentine. representing tin, provided" he continued. "The''I in cans, they can be taken to the ENTERTAINED SHORTLY AFTER : A Monaca's. band of 29 pieces and >'!strenuous and comprehrn-ivu

Another hope of the anti! SOMETIME YESTERDAY Lever Brothers, manufacturers of!j government should not only in the ,, public library where they will be!!I ARRIVAL MIREYESTERDAY I is a soloist of exceptional ability. !>! period tivities of drills, studies and at'-
fine soaps and other high grade i! interest of the people of Key I i iI ever undertaken by a national
Longs is in the break between ; distributed.
MORNING cleansers arrived in Key West I West, but the entire country see j, / 1 I' guard unit except undi'r
Long and the national administra. ; over the highway Saturday evening that this is done. With those fa-j i!' ,The Guild also wants to obtain J I HOTEL MAN 1r GIVESC1TYGREATBOOST conditions of stress.

tion.There : A coroner's jury. composed of accompanied by his family. cilities added to the wonderful : as many night blooming cereus'. All along the line of march

have been other state' Charles Manuel. Amando Ber-I Mr. Gillentine needs no introduction I climate and recreation conditions, plants as possible. Persons with I I Officers of the visiting regiment -I there. were hundreds of pcopl'
bosses; but never did they have: mudez. Clements Jaycocks to the members of the Key West could be made the haven' waiting to greet the troops) and
Huey's power. If they could rise plants should call Mr. Luethi and of the Florida National !
:!Castro. Emerito Gomez and GeorgefE search for friendly faces, of which
trade in Key West as he is a fre- for all the sick aryl tired people : I I -
from their graves Penrose o :M I" j as soon as possible the pldnts will 'there were a great of
Donald is today quent visitor in the interest of the of the country x x x. g j Guard and of'the local unit were many t\J'f'
Pennsylvania. Tweed of New ing the death which investigat-I increasing sale of the products be picked up for distribution. j jt 1 i LESLIE BUSWELL SAYS KEYWEST who had visited the eity and
York Hannah of Ohio. Sullivan of terday morning of I treated to a surprise when they : formed friendship during former
I made by his company especially !t I Cooperation with the Key West HAS WONDERFUL
Illinois, and Taggard of Indiana i DEBARRITTS :
Evangeline Magee three monthsold encampment
Lux soap. Life Buoy soap Lux 'Junior Patrol also has been II I
off invited to be efts'at, tea
would cast toward Louisiana were g a
an eye colored baby who died yesterday Flakes and Kinso.WINTER FUTURE l'any of the officers, member ..
and brand themselves 'pikers'II I morning.A ON VACATION f fered by the Guild, in an, effort prrty at the Garden of Roses yes- I of their families, as well a< thc
as bosses. short time before the child I to conserve and collect cans which II I'of the enlisted personnel, xpre--
They bosscd controlling factions died it had been fed its mother HAVENFOLKS terday. ed themselves
by as being glad
I -- i I,are eeded in transplanting move- "Key West has a wonderful'j' to>>
but they had real battles at the who it milk from have the
I gave: a spoon. '! menu There K an urgent need Albino Morales, proprietor of future. In fact I do not think:!j i opportunity of onro
polls. Never did they think they! Within a short time it began to REVEREND WRITES THE;, :j; again visiting the city in whi' -h
ARRIVE there is other in Florida
could absorb a whole state's activities suffer and before medical .attention I CITIZEN i for them, it was said. the Garden had made elaborate which has any city they have spent so many plras with only feeble opposition. i could arrive. death ensued FROM MONTREAT I **We want to do everything arrangements for the entertain- than greater" possibilities hours amidst the most delightful
'I I Key Wect. I|
said Peace Justice Rogelio Gomez NORTH CAROLINARev. possible to awaken the civic prideof ment of his gets and they were The foregoing told The'I! !surroundings.!
Huey Long has done this. With: coroner ex-officio who is hand- Dr. and Mrs. H. V. Lundberg citizens of Key West and keep unanimous in their praise of the Citizen Saturday was afternoon I I
a yawn, he mutters: ling the case. and )Ir. and Mrs. George Lund- Alfred De arritt. of byj
them viands service and liquid refresh- Leslie Bus wen, of the I CUBA
i from sellfng trees to out- manager TRANSPORTS
"It looks like show is ,
the over berg, two brothers and theirwives Trinity Presbyterian ChnrcTjJ I
Everybody is for Huey Long. NOTICEDr. from Winter Haven have 1 1I1n. DeBarritt end daughter; are!;I eiders" it was said.EXPENSIVE. meets, provided under the direc-'' chain of Colonial Hotels, who was!,
Key West for week
one guest!
selected Key West the to! tion of their affable and efficient
as place enjoying a vacation in : 181 PASSENGERS
at the local Colonial and left
Junior Woman's Club Fred S. Carbonell having! spend a vacation of two weeks. j N. C. l\ontreat.1 1 I KISS host. I'''I Saturday for Miami\ I'i i'I

DANCEWednesday. recently passed the state board They have arrived through the' Writing to The Several of the officers were. The statement made by Mr.Buswell .I'
examination in dentistry. has,, housing division of the FERAl Barritt extends best wishes to i i'I I
heard :
SAUNAS. Cali .-A. L. Myers to remark that the entirely" voluntary '
I reception was on i
taken up practice temporarily aI tl have secured cozy and comfortable l sj!!' their friends in Key Westland I ; | Steamship Cuba, of the P and
August 7. 1935 j i many on thir arrival at the station his and at the
a garbage collector in this city, I II part was con I II I S. S.
'I left
JO. ,
Habana-Madrid Club I the office of Dr. Wm. P. Kemp, I apartmentsand will spend the! advices they will be home'I was most encouraging: and the tea clusion: of a vacation here daringwhich company Saturday
Campbell Building and will take next two weeks cruising and 'about: August 17. was sentenced to prison for from I I afternoon, for Havana with 163
Music by Del Wood's party was the second evidence of be bad enjoyed a wonder* first class
Orchestra i care of Dr. Kemp's patients whilehe ing. and otherwise enjoying fish-j'rj "I enjoy The Citizen all 1 to 14, years for stealing a kiss the I passengers 18 deco: d
1 l I appreciation Key Westers hare fnl time fishing and
tLej cruising: and I class,
Script -._,.. $1.00 Co.pl.| is on his vacation. augS-lt vacation. 1 1 time" the message concludes. front a 19-year-old girl. always shown the visiting troops.j I[enjoying the delightful weather. of freight five and automobile 473 sack: four of malL ton




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.'( &t SBtst Cttfcen DO LITTLE STORES GET THEIRS? t! r ......................., dore Rooie"rft and Hiram \YoJohn'on
L V -- KEY WEST IN' ; TODAFS Today In History the candidates appointed

Published Dally Except Bandar By The House committee investigatingthe l WEATHER i 1..0
P. ARTMAX.: President recently organized American Retail I 1914-America proclaimed neutrality .
JOB: ALLEY AMl t..t Hmmlmtmm ....C.* Happenings Here Just 10 Year 1835-Died-Thomas )McCrie
From Th. Citizen Building Federation has uncovered some interesting *] Temperature \' northwest, weather partly over-!I between Britain and Germany -
Corner Green ana Ann Streets Ago' Today A* Taken From 1 eminent Scottish Presbyterian divine -
facts in regard to the discount Highest ... .s..90 cast with scattered showers and offered its service* of
Only Daily Newspaper In Key Weat and Monroe special rebate The File Of The Citizen I Louest ...:::::::::::.*_:-::::::::::::=:....:79 I north over and historian. of the
portion. mediation signers joint
County. advertising allowance, or whateveryou I Normal Mean __............... .... ..V4 I as
Watered: at Key Weit.. Florida aa aecond class matter wish to call it, that the food manufac- At a meeting of the city council I i Mean\ ...___.__..._._._, East Gulf: Gentle to moderate I lltjrue Convention.

. FirTT-SIITH TEAR turers allow some of the large grocery last night a petition was presented'! Rat-fall 841 i winds mostlywest or northwest 1864-Battle of Mobile Bay,

Member .. tae Aueelated ....... chains. to the body asking that White Yes-tST-day'-s:: Precipitation T. Ins.! )! except variable; over extreme Alabama-Fsrrajrut's victory over! 1918-U. S. troops" land at
The Associated: press Is exclaslrely ntttled to use street be widened and that the,, Normal Precipitation .._. .lS lns. south portion; weather! partly I i j I Archangel northern Russia.
for It or republication not otherwise of credited all news In dispatches this paper credited and also to Retail grocers of Key West will probably council take immediate action on '! Thin rw.rd r.*rr... _-.-....sr per''' overcast tonight and) Tuesday with j I Confederates I -
.. .
the local news published here."NATIONAL be the matter. The ordinance 1 I nttflHK. at S .vlork Ibis .r..II: I I scattered showers over north II i _______
interested to know that the General -i committee Tomorrow's Almanac I por- I 1 1926-Firrt taHune picture pre-

EDITORIAL> Fpods Corporation allows the huge A I was introduced to draw up,i Sun fiFes nomn. .. nono* 5:57 a. m. [tion Tuesday. :; 1912-Progressive Party on-*rented in New York City-in connmtion -

l J.I ASSOCIATION, and P chain $30,000 month five an ordinance covering all detailsof t; Sun sets ... .. . 7:09 p. m.;: venton: ilenn i la Chicago-Theo with pwl-t- "Don Juan."
a or percent the matter and show in the'
<:::::YY /93S I to ; :Moon rises .... ..__ ..12:02 p. m.: WEATHER CONDITIONS I
I II i _.__. __ _
discount, "for advertising," and that' proposed draft of the ordinance,Moon sets .... ._.........11:11 p. m.'
SCBiCRlmo! :.' RATES that the width will i .__
-of the street i.
i ; --
OLIIIe Tear 110.10 this might amount to $450,000 in a year. be I I i Tomorrow Tides ::; A disturbance of moderate intensity
50 feet from Division street
!Six MonthsTbre 1.0 ; to'
Months-- J.U We wonder if the small retailers of the I I the south shore. Several objectorsto i! A.M. P.M.High :' is central over Maine 1

One Month ...,._...---- .II smaller the __.___......-. 1:31 2:00,,, (Northfifcld... :29.74 inches) !1I I 1
towns of the addressed the
United plan n i iI !
Weekly .r0 States get a meeting 'I We will be pleased to have consult us about
but their objections : Low ._n_ .-.-....-... 8:15: 7:44 and another disturbance is over you
'ADVERTISiNG: RATES were over- i
similar discount allowed them for adver-
_Made known on_application. ruled. I Barometer S a. m. today: I[ the Dakota (Devils' Lake, North how you can
SPECIAL. NOTICE tising and, if they do, whether they tqo, Sea level. 30.01. I II I Dakota 2 .66 inches and Huron.i I I
All of thanks, resolutions of i
reading notices cards I South Dakota. 29.CS inches) whileIpies'mre -
respect obituary notice!'!, eta. will be charged for at like the big chain, are not required to show Today in the mother house con- ,i
t of I
I U "flat" the rest
the rate of for 10 entertainments rents a line.Notices by churches from whicha whether, the money is spent, or how? vent sisters of the Holy Nantes' WEATHER FORECAST die'' country.: fitf
revenue Is to be derived are .B cents a line. of Jesus and :Mary' Hoe eaKa.! I I' in the Build Buy or
Representative Wright Patman, whois The heat wave continue
Is forum and invites discussion ,
The Citizen an open Montreal\ P. Q., Canada, Miss I
of public Issues aad subjects of local or general (Till 8 p. m.. Tuesday' ) j South Atlantic States:: where terns -.
Interest but It will not publish anonymous: communications now planning to investigate the advertis- Anna Sweeting of Key West made Key West and Vicinity: Fair,s I pvratures are 5 to 10 degree Refinance Your Home
ing practices of other chain-store organiza- her rim vows as a sister of the J above the normal. The following/ 1

tions estimates that they might receive as order. Miss Sweeting is the daughter -I I rOt Stn, I high temperature were recorded I
of Mrs.
I May Sweeting of 614
IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST much as $40,000,000 a year in allowancesfor I Fleming street.; Mr*. Sweeting an,| I : yesterday: Columbia. South Caro-
r..L dei I
and Chattanooga. 100 -
ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN advertising space, etc., which do not i her brother. Henry B. Ilaskins,: 1 Mina grees i i ; Jacksonville! Savannah, or repair or modernize any type of

-, show on the invoice prices. For the A and attended the ceremonies at IIo-I i t\i.t: ) j Charleston.: Atlanta and Charlotte, building on insured credit

1.. Water and Sewerage. P, according to its own officials, this ad- chelaga. I i .. .. \\ r i 08 dpjrt't'sIprilinn; !\ and Little I
I'" r t Rock. 96 decrees; Knoxville and
2. Bridges to complete Road to Main- vertising allowance and discounts for Allan l;. Cleare will be a candidate -I 1 ):, I New Oi leans. 94 degrees.

land. quantity was $6,105,000 for 1934 and for mayor of Key Weft in ftrr: 16'i L'// Showers,were scattered through- The First National Bank of Key West j

another $2,000,000 came from brokerage the November elections and his a -1'(111.. JI I out,the cquntry durin. the last 21 I t
.._)- >Free Tort. :1- announcement appears in this Fair hours but were generally light: in
allowances. issue or The Citizen. Mr. Cleare I 'f character. Approved Mortgage Under the
4. Hotels and Apartments. Now, The Citizen does not blame the needs no introduction to Key tonight and Tuesday; light to gentle S. il.-'GOLDSMITH.

R5. Bathing Pavilion. big chain for getting its goods as cheaply R'erters. lie has successrully con-. variable winds. Temporarily in Charge.
dvcted a wholesale business here | Florida: Generally fair ton'ght I FEDERAL HOUSING .
6. Airports-Land and Sea. : '
aa possible. Neither does it blame 'the for a number of years Has servedas and Tuesday; not much change frj : Subscribe' to The Citizen-:20c!
7. Consolidation of County and City food manufacturers for allowing, certain city councilman and later on j i temperature. 'I weekly. ,

Governments. per cents for advertising. \\'hatve would as mayor, which office he held I I Jacksonville to Florida Straits: i ... .- -_ -- ---____ ___ h _' __ .--__
a during the world war. During his|I Gentle winds, mostly west!! or
like know however is whether
to 15,200 administration Mr. Cleare allowed) !

stores, scattered over rural America, and nothing;: to come between him and. $3.38 a day and made demands

THE KEY WEST CITIZEN buying from the same manufacturers, are his:! official duties.. With him the for a raise to $4.50. Hoodwinked'Don
city was always! first. ,i be
allowed any advertising benefits.whatever? 1-| has been ar-' by

WILL always eeek the truth and print i it J. R. Valdes] is the next to announce ranged for box fight fans at the ACCEPTING IMITATIONS

without fear and without favor; never be NATURE AFFIRMS MR. GREENSPANWe for councilman of the Athletic Club this evening;:: Guinea
Fifth Ward. lie served his ward as Gardner and Young Sharkey will! To get the original Davis 100% Pure Paint
afraid to attack wrong or to applaud right; councilman several years ago and. meet in the main bout iI i i = Be sure to MADE IN BALTIMORE. JST'AIII

always fight for progress; never be the or- called your attention recently to made an excellent record. He is look for I Davis 100% Pare Punt tu often been .adocMYa..
the remarkable Mr. Reuben well known in Key West throughthe : --- imitated,but never duplicated.: .
prediction of: ---
gan or the mouthpiece of any person, clique: I S. Floyd Whilton was an ar- r..ss r.u.Tp s. :
Greenspan who astonished scientists by operation of his bakery busi-' rival in Key Rest )last evening 1 this Label Davis ltO% Pare Paint conform with ::.:::=:
faction or class: ; always do its utmost for the ness and his many friends have over the East Coast to see thelha ...., an pure paint Law and i* the only paint :..::.--

public welfare; never tolerate corruption or correctly telling them when and where pledged him their support. : new additions to his family. I E that carric a guarantee of parity. =Mir

injustice; denounce vice and praise virtue; earthquakes would occur. Though November is distance I lie wa greeted by t'sin daughter:: PAINT Cook for this Guarantee on the Label* .=:;
At that time The Citizen called atten- some -, weighing: 8 1-4 and 8 pounds,
commend good done by individual 'or organization away aspirants for officeare respectively.J -_ webars----...."......r.............a..r...-_..tar.___
; tolerant of others' rights, views and tion to one of his predictions, that a serious daily announcing for the various Att, wr pradKU tn ..... by w inTttEHUDAVlS e.h.wars and aU Mouth Do.1my. I

opinions; print only news that will elevate earthquake would occur on July 29th and officers. There are now three i I -..........,III.... t..sdl.c II.....' I iI I : Ctt Cs 1898 BALTIMOREMU

and- not contaminate the reader; never com- July 30th in the area. near the recent candidates mayor. Allan for B. the Cleare.office! L. P.of.i I THE SEMINOLE G. C. ROBERTS Corner Caroline and \William Streets Jt J

promise with principle. Quetta, India, earthquake.Have Warner and Leslie A. Curry. Some !

you heard about any earth- of the other offices have two or -
---- - -- -
quake? Maybe not but what do the scien- more candidates and others have /t.. '''' j l -I' J -
evidenced. their intention to enter .
Welcome, Guardsmen:'! tists say? Simply that seismological instruments the several races. eF+'e:' 'L'I,aaaitta"1 li'j '

at Pasadena, Calif., and at Washington ''f "'k-\; !.;II"!;a : .: i iI'

Adam had no ancestors to speak of. on the 29th recorded a strong The Key West Chamber of Com- : merce some time ago; made an appeal .'-"I"IlTtIIiR: '
earthquake in approximately that loca- to the Florida East Coast .u.;o"" .1. p i I

Miami leads in everything-:crim. in- tion, although because originated 400 company] to have the Casa Marina r__ I

cluded. miles below the surface of the earth serious .- hotel open a month (earlier than .rk_.<"'.. FloridarilA t
usual believing!; that the tourist n. (.KI\KIl, !IHmmmmf
damage may have been avoided. travel to the city early in the sea i A human humr-like instltulionlwhere ;jI

son would warrant the action. The I rmmfart you and will e.r..t find your l 1..1..1 a mat J 7h! ,
There is relief from hot air in i
no ODORIFEROUS WARFARESt. chamber received a reply yester- tfr of great Importance. I II

Washington,.neither in the capital or in the day advising that the, hotel will -so- !I
A slc.l firrpr..f halldlsa 1 waledto
be heretofore
opened as on
capitol. the w.rt of lie .itr: ,
( Petersburg Independent) December 28.Editorial .
-0-- i j
There is a move afoot in Fort Myers to go Every Room with CnmbinatlomTub'!:
comment: The reason and Shower Hath, Radio.: Klfctrle. i
We are urged to see our dentist at after mosquitoes in a new way. Instead of dig- I telling Fan Slat Door for Summer'Ventilation. 01SSTDVE- RDUNDmUP
given for so many automobile accidents I Comfortable teds with
least twice a year, oftener if payment is ging ditches and draining !lowlands, promoters or hapening to people is that Mattresses of Inner Spring Con-
:fitrurtlon. and Individual Heading -,
made on the installment plan. this drive propose! to import a variety of tropical I the drivers probably feel they I Lamps. i

plant which will repel! the pest through its know how to drive too well. RATES Sisclei j jI

There are men and women in Key pleasant odor. Such a plant, they Say, has un-I' Laborers at la Concha Hotel i I ri*.. n 11___..... Prlr rntv.'. !Bath!... _._. .___ .1....' ROUND-UP is bringing in old stoves

dircovered on the lower Florida keys and contraction job walked nit on 40 KiMiM. r>rlva.v HalhZl ... __ :1._
West who have been
young 11_.. Priiair lt' tb ___ 5.3* every day. Don't miss this opportunity rnFm
people for more than forty years. E. E. Damkohler, fishing guide and Bonier! fays he strike this morning following a I. !Samplr' llom. Pr'".'. llvtb 4.....: to change YOUR old stove for a modern
denial of a demand for higher; I J.I(.IlT t\CItEAsE' FOIL UOCBLO',,
is out expedition to bring back the I
fitting an I
wages.;;:' The men were receiving I OCCUFAftCVBE gas range. i
plants to Fort Myers\ for transplanting: 1
Can you name the governor of Flor- -- -' : =
Damkohler has been favorably inpressetl Here the features = .:
Captain > are special Round-up :
ida within five :seconds:; after the question
by the reports of traveler!\ yfho Fay that a
is propounded? Quick now, who is? -
certain tropical: parasite growth: called cascuta in- I up to $15.

Hot air may make a balloon ascend A brand new DeLuxe gas range
for many years told stories about the freedom! of
but it won't make a town grow unless with every modern feature, built to our
Bamboo Key from mosquitoes. A. C. Tanner, Key I
there w some solid achievement behind the own specifications especially for the
West sanitary engineer visited! the key and advanced -
talkirg.: i is Roundup, for only $49.50 (and your
: the theory that cuscuta was the cause for
this.! 1 1i old stove).

If Bronson was a big town with lots
Engineer Tanner and his aides wore bathing Your unrestricted choice of every.
of progressive' merchants who advertised This unusual and distinctive DeLuxe -
suits in order better to invite some bites. But other range in stock. :
largely and well the Journal too could Magic Chef gas range is only
not cnce did a mosquito approach them on Bam of the models offered for
one many
print a good paper.-Bronso'n Journal. boo Key. he reported. When they went to a ken; Don't delay.I Let us change your old I your selection during the Round-up.

------- I leas than a while away, however, they wIre:! ilriven 1 1 I II 1I stove NOW. Begin today to enjoy the Standard equipment Includes insulation -

Acting-governor Hodges is enabled on off by a horde of hungry mosquitoes.The use of a modern gas range-one that and these exclusive Magic

account of Governor Sholtz' absence in tropical plant to which Tanner attributesthis will COOK YOUR OWN WAY, perfect- Chef features: Red Wheel Lorain
Oven Heat Regulator, Magic\ Chef
Europe to practice on the job to which he curious (characteristic eckits a sweet odor. I ly and scientifically. Automatic Top Lighter Three-in-

will 1 atpfrSJin;the",,next gubernatorial cam- I which may be detected a mile from the key. He } sure your roof is ready for bad One Non-clog Top BUrb era and

paign. ._.:.+. ,!.'fW: brought several, of the plants to Key Wet, and has i weather. If it is worn you may profit -- - -- --- Saritary High Burner Tar.' Oven
I 1 r valve is of safety type. Enameled
ret them out for experimental purpose I by re-roofing now before prices advance. throughout. DJr'and Drawer

Colonel Woodward and the officers I The report of this adventure brought another i Let us tell you about Carey Shingles and / / // handles and gas valve handles are
and men under him are being warmly wel- investigator into the picture.! Dr. G. M. Randall, Roll Roofings-the standard for over 60 of black bakelite. Special color

comed by the citizens of Key West, with :, of Daytona Beach, touts the" !!dea that mosquitoes years. We will be glad to give you a i i I combinations available on order.

whom free estimate on the Carey Roof I During the Round-up only
they have become extremely can be driven away entirely) by any iaetho We
which will: best suit needs. :
popular.To. cannot upset the balance of nature, he argues. i your I II 50 with jomr

assert that familiar red tree Dr. Randall will do I
a few hundred "faked" gum says
The oldest gas range If you have one of
telegrams had any influence in turning just aa welL It emits an odor he explains, which White ..It Eliza Sta. Phone 598 : still in.service rounded the many "old timers" FLORIDA PUBLIC

three-fifths of the Democrats in the Houseof I mosquitoes shun. A red gum base is used by up.don g the Seventh

Representatives against the leadershipof !!! manufacturers of anti-mosquito mixtures. I Annual Old. Stove Mill in service trade it CO.PA
the President with his almost unlimited I I I. It is too bad the boys cannot get together on noundJt be taken in! It may be worth a .
II full for the
( payment
power slurs the intelligence of the whole !I|I this thin because setting out plants of* trees new range on which it brand new modern gas "Your Gas Company

Seventy-fourth Congress, utility leaders [[ would be a simple, pleasant and aesthetic way of I is traded in. range. ROY E. LADE, Manager

rightfully assume, ]j! disposing of this onery critter. ts t 1 1

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I aa.READY. 8v CORALIE MADE WlftDsrNOPSUI PIRATES PICKED LICK TEAM DIAMONDBALL"GAMES TONIGHT I!leeeeeee.eeeeeeee.eeeee.e eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee Classified Column

R** Itoort. u. ....- money yon spent on me-that I can SPORTS BASEBALL WANTED
nom, r.twra. from s da0cro
do. don't make
Please It
me say
over Afrlr* to fin* tftut
fA./ t.. girl \rho it trttttiimato again, but if I do not repay It, I am ) ROOM AND BOARD WANTEDby
i order ( sari *U The Social League
t ftl* n/ n a i will play a
gob wUk Mark Ileerpa ......, only a beggar and waster yon took couple in private family.
..f>.r ..rft* 4bcry( k/wae1f. Latin pity on. Its not fair to me. I don't, FIRST CAM OF DOUBLE- I tonight. I Home modern
<,alto. 4l6ery. Glada.Laaria'a In the first the Cave must have all
game Inn I
*r-W: : .u.tlap Kecor suppose that was nearly enough. I I 1
conveniences and be close bj
tk. lire' tin*. a4 i* appropriatelytkrrfltd. Ton must look on it as a first Instal I HEADER BETWEEN CUBAN outfit will meet the Administration
.*. does not know kita meat You must have spent a fortune ..._ !I ten and the Lighthouse!! crew I i beach. Addre Box A. care
Ie !
.arria" pr.ewa&Chapter CLUB AND BEER BOYS END. will cross bats with tae S. B. Beer The Citizen. aug3-2tx
on '
doubleheader from the slumping Wilson and Richards; W. Ferrell
23 Rex Moore did not know women, CARDINALS BEAT fans. I and K. Ferrell. ED IN SEVENTHBy I club in the nightcap. ::I I FOR RENT
or be would not have said these I White Sox before 30,000 The opening contest will begin

MRS. STEELE AGAIN things that made Wanda Steele bate I The New York Giants started i'I at 8 o'clock. I

glgcled. She was stirred him almost as much as She loved PIRATES TWICE their hurlers Hal Schumacher i Second Came I Tuesday night the Service team \ BICYCLES-WE RENT by the
ace ,
At Boston R. 1I. E. ( JOVE)
GLADYS i will play the Lighthouse aggregation -, Hour Day or Week. Repairall
facile emotion What i a him."I Carl Hubbell and both came iI ......._..__.
don't feel I can dlscass it with end I i Philadelphia .... 4 11 3 A doubleheader was played at and the Bermuda Bakery will I' makes and paint them with
funny girl Laurie was! Fancy hai ON HOME FIELD I .. ..... ........... 3 6 9\
ing been married to this! man before yon." she answered,. with a kind of through with. fine pitching per j! Boston -m. the Navy Field yesterday after- tackle the ten from the Administration Nu-EnameL We carry a full

lie left Australia and never having magnlflcent sorrow. 1 haven't the : formances as the league-leaders Batteries: Marcum and Berry;; noon. Department of the FERA.I supply of parts. Agent for the

talked about him at alL Why he slightest Idea how much money we : whipped the Boston Braves twice,I Welch, Wilson and Berg. : In the initial fracas the Wagner Friday night the Bermuda Bakery RoUfast and Dayton Bicycles.
spent. We didn't think of money, CHICAGO CUBS AND REDS DIVIDE I players will cross bats with And sell them as low as $$.00
she had crowd I
the most alive thing
was : 9 to 2 and 3 to 1, before a NATIONAL LEAGUE Beer nine and the Cuban Club
ever come across! She had the neither Ferdy nor Ligan the Game the Cave Inn ontfit and the Light- down and 11.00 per week. We
most curious feeling herself. It was money you .sent the other day to a TWIN BILL; GIANTS of 20,000. I First outfit played a 4 to 4 tie. The house ten will tackle the Administration Buy and Sell all makes of used
Cincinnati R. II. E.
hospItaL If you Insist, od sendingmore. I The Dodgers and Phillies splita At called in the seventh byagreement. Bicycles. Phone 276. J. R.
In with a bomb game was
like being a room BOSTON '
I shall do to same TAKE TWO FROM ; Chicago ....m.u_..... 161 i
winningthe Stowers 515 Duval
and never knowing when It was go You are unkind and unfalr.he doubleheader, Brooklyn: Cincinnati i ...... ............ 592 i company
lag off. said angrily. "No woman is .ever SENATORS DEFEAT YANKS first game 4 to 1, and drop Batteries; Warneke: and O'Dea; D. Navarro Ht four safeties in i street. jly9

The telephone rang. Just. ping the nightcap, 5 to 4. I Derringer and Lombardi. I. as many tries at bat. L. Garcia STANDINGSj PIANO TUNING

Moore had a moment of curious! She laughed miserably. Washington battered four New I hit three out of three.In .
panic for a hero. He signed to "Is a man ever truthful Howcould (special I. Tb.. n"a..) Second Game I the field E. Garcia L. Bazo
York for an even dozen AMERICAN LEAGUE I PIANO TUNER Laureano Mo.
pitchers ,
Gladys. yon have kept me iII the data NEW YORK Aug. 5.-The St1, |I At Cincinnati R. II. E. and D. Navarro starred.'
I' Yankees 11 to t I Club- W. 1. Pct. : reno. Excellent piano for sale
"Answer It. please! If it's a newspaper about your marriage- n the time Louis Cardinals, world champions hits to whip tie Chicago ..._.._.._.._._..... 491 ;i Score by innings: Detroit ..... 62 37 ..626'New i, cheap. 1018 Division street.
man say I'm not here-and you were with us California! went to victory in two games ofa 10, and force the New Yorkers Cincinnati _-----------3 8 1,: R. II. E. York h .m.. 54 38 .587 jly2S-1met

I leave the receiver off!" How nnklnd-never to mention that ,doubleheader with the Pittsburgh : another fall; game back of the I j Batteries: Root. Lee, Henshaw;2: Cuban Club 040 000 0-4 9 3 Chicago "' m". '. "_. 51 U .554,
i u m. -
"Hello! said Gladys's light and you had a wife! And she. must have" Pirates, taking the opening'I, rniting Detroit Tigers. and Stephenson; Frey, Schott and Wagner Beer- Boston .u-_............... 51 46 .526 I I ROOMS
thought yon were dead aQ the time! I I 100 001 2-1 11 4
clear "Mr
but very ordinary Campbell. I II I
The summaries follow: Cleveland .... 46 4R .489
.m. '
Rex Moore took fright.I contest which was a ten-inning I Batteries: E. Grtia and Ogden;;
Rex Moore HI !
leeIt'l [ AMERICAN LEAGUE Philadelphia ........._ 40 49 ..4491I I "THE :MUNRO"-Rooms unexcelled -
behaved shamefully.: I know. of 4 to 3. The Game I II I
battle by a score I First I Salinero and J. Navarro.
a ladJlb.. said putting I R. II. E. ..... .... 41 57 .,US'St. in price and location,
At Washington Wa-hington
he said. "At ant I suppose 1 didn't tally in the concluding game ''Vas I I At New York R. 11. E.

down the receiver. "Mrs.: Steele remember anything about my life. 6 to 5. Timely hitting 'n the |,'New York .........._......-.10 14 2 I I Boston ..._....-.....__........ 262New I In the second game the Pirates I Louis ............... 33 62 .347 running water. 128 N. E. 4th
Rex went to the telephone with a ...........___ 12 1 street, Miami, Fla. jly2&lmoxRUSSELL'S
And afterwards-you know how 1 pinches and last inning rallies enabled I' Washington ..._ 11 [' York ...........--_-...... 9 12 0 I i shutout a picked team. The final : :
heave of his shoulders. felt my blindness. I only wanted to the Cards to capture the two'1 Batteries: Tamulis, Deshong,I' Batteries: Frankhouse and I I score was 5 to 0. NATIONAL LEAGUE j
-Rex-it's you! Oh what a relief be dead to the world. I Malone Murphy and Dickey; New- Man- Club- W. L. ret. ;
Mueller Schumacher and and Grffin
At bat
games Cyril
!" Wanda Steele' hlgh-pltchec Yon must be utterly heartless. The and Cincinnati :" som! Russell Linke and Bolton. ; May New York ..,.,,,_,,,,, 6-1 33 .660 J
Chicago Cubs
hit three times
out of
voice, with the little drawl and ,at she said aom1>erl7. "I suppose that's I doubleheader i cuso. two up. Chicago ...nm..u___ 64 39 .621
the moment a throb of emotion why yon have such a hold over Reds split a in- Second Game Casa struck out 10 batters in St. Louis ..._........... 59 39 .602
the latter putting over one big ; R. II. E. I the six innings he played.
Tve Just seen on the tapemachtne'1D women,that's why you're still everything I I clinch the first 3 to 1, but,t At New York R. II. E.,+| I Pittsburgh ..-........... 55 47 ..539'Brooklyn
the hotel that you're back. 1 had] in tie world to me.- ning tor ,. 'Detroit---------------------- 042 .. Rueda and Wickets; played a ........... 44 5S .
the second. 4 to 3. I I' J Boston ..._......_......._._ ISO! I .n. .444n
dropping 7 10 0 for the picked team
to ring up. I wanted to be the ant "Yon will not Daclentand.he of New York ... .. .. .._. 370 good. game Cincinnati ...n........... 44 56 .UO;
and Behind the four-hit pitching Batteries Harder and Phillips | ; and Griffin and F. Acevedo for I
said frustrated
one of your friends to greet you in a discouragedvoice. : ; 43 55 .439
r I Batteries Betts, Cantwell and Philadelphia .. .
to say yon hero!" Tommy blanked Bridges the Cleveland the Detroit Indiansto Tigers I Bridges and Hay rth.I Spobrer lIubben and Danning. i the Pirates. Boston ...."_...____.h.._.. 25 14 .253 CIGAR STORE0
Please cut that ont! Moore I Score by innins:
"T WILL understand Rex!" Her the three-game series R. H. E. .
sweep I
Jt shamefaced laugh Tin feel
gave ]I First Came Game I GAMES\
First V'S
lag blue because I had to leave mj face changed from sorrow to a and chalk up their sixteenth victory At Chicago R. II. E.I At -R. H. E. : Picked nine 000 000 0-0 3 3 TODA I -0i -
smile of radiant tenderness. She in 20 starts this season against Philadelphia ...... 000 230 x-5 8 2
did j Pirates
comrade over In France. He Just I I I St. Louis ..._.._..........._..10 11 1 Brooklyn ..._.._. 410 l'' AMERICAN LEAGUE |i iI
The -
as much as I did. He's a sp'endldfellow. drew nearer to him on the wide Walter Johnson's charges. I .mmm. Batteries: M.\ Griffin and J. Navarro -
conch her Chicago ........?.....-......-. 210 4 i! Philadelphia _mu._.._.__. 1 8 1 Chicago at Cleveland-Kennedy : Baseball ReturnsBy
long face
pale golden score was 7 to 0. I ; Casa!' E. Rodriguez and C.
You're much too modest. How alight with attraction her deep dark Boston'slargest baseball! crowd 4!I Batteries: Walkup and Hems- i!i Batteries! : Clark and Lopez; C.i Griffin. I vs. Lee. I IPhiJadt'lphia

proud your wife mast be of yon! Do eyes caressing him She was a clever of the season, 40.000. saw the ley; Lyons Salveson and Sewell. J Davis and Todd. i at WashingtonWil Wire

give her my love. woman, as he would never be a Red Sox and Athletics split a I i Second Game I\ Subscribe tb The Citizen-20c =here TI!. Whitehill or Linke. -0-
-1 will when I see her. She's out clever man. She was'determined to doubleheader Boston taking the Second Game New York at Boston-Raffing
to dinner with a friend. You see. I get her way in the end. She knew first. 7 to 6. in ten innnigs and I I I Chicago R. II. E. j At Philadelphia R. II. E.Brooklyn I eekly. vs. Ostermueller.! ,' COME IN AND, GET THE
.._... 4 15 1
came back unexpectedly. how to hide her passion and to show Philadelphia the second 4 to 3, in '1St. Louis .. _. _... 4 11 1Chicago u..m.u. Padden Grace Hallahan Ileus- Only games scheduled j I I RESULTS OF THE
; ,
..... 590 ,
him the sympathetic affection that : : :: == Philadelphia .m..n.* I
"Oh. then, yon re alone? 1 suppose eight innings. The nightcap was ..- .. -.--. 190 ser and Delancey. MAJOR BASEBALL
you wouldn't come round here. Just she might show a brother or a cut short because of the local'',: Batteries: Andrews and Hems- | Batteries: Munns. Vance and NATIONAL LEAGUE j i if I I LEAGUES0

i !to have a little chat It would be friend. 6:30 o'clock. Sunday law. ,- Icy; Tietje and Shea. I" Taylor Lopez; Bowman. Johnson I! Secr: Game | Chicago art Cincinnati- -Carle*',,
Pezzulo and Todd. f -
such pleasure. My,dear. am too fond of yon to
a The revived SL Louis Browns I At St. Louis R, II. E. I ton vs. HollingswoTth. i i
said ? let you go out of my life. You mean CIGARS CIGARETTES
had he that Re ,
Why was routed Ted Lyons 10 to 2 in the: First Came I First Came I Pittsburgh ..._._"'._"' ."'.- 5 9 0 Boston at Philadelphia-Smith I ,
too much I
furious with himself. And ho to me. want only to forget
found himself accepting Mrs. the past.All that yon said to me opener and followed up with a 4 I At Boston R. H. E. At St. Louis R. II. E. St. Louis ...__"--...--..._ 6142. vs. Jorgens or Johnson. ]:I SOFT DRINKS

Steele's Invitation, the last thing he I will put ont of my mind as the madness to 1 victory on homers by Irv I Philadelphia ......_._..__.. 613 1 Pittsburgh ......_...._.n_. 3 10 0 Batteries: Bush. Swift Walker 1.1' Brooklyn at New, York-Babith i,I ETC.

had Intended to do. of a sick man. But I want to be' Burns and Harland Clift in the I Boston .__.._..,..-_._..... 713 4 St. Louis .._.._..._n" '_'" 4 12 3 I and Grace; J. Dean, P. Dean vs. Castleman. I I '
"Thank you very much. I should your friend and your wife's friend, I afterpiece to take both ends of a! Batteries: Mahaffey Benton, Batteries: Blanton, Hoyt and)!and Delancey. Only games scheduled.

like to come for a few minutes. We too. 1 want yon to let me Into your I ----- -- -. -....,
must have seemed very rude the lives Just a little. I want to help yon e
way we put off our dinner the other If I can. So tell me that yon will forget a
day. the past. Rex as I shall do.

He turned to Gladys It was a relief He was touched.
to get out of the tat He felt Yon are generous. he admittedIn

Inexplicably shy of this lovely girl, a difficult voice. But yon are

with. her great bine-grey eyes that wrong about forgetting the past I .
looked at you so queerly, as ff she can never forget what you did for
could see right through yon. From me."
the Gnat he didn't find her sympa He was thinking, miserably but
thetic. He had an Idea that she could In a valiant effort to do the right

be very nasty if she chose. He could thing-After all I owe this woman ., .
not Imagine her being Laurie's sis my eyesight and my life. She has '-
ter. done nothing against me only for .p4Li :,
elf Laurie comes In before I get me.It's not her fault that I'm landedIn ; : : :

back please tell he that rYe gone this stupid mess. She can't understand ,
round to call on Mrs. Steele at Clar that if I don't repay her the I

Idfce's/ Hotel. he said. money she spent on me. I shall be .
less than If she wants
Gladys gave her. little giggling a man. my 1
laugh. friendship she must have it. Things .
You're one of the boys aren't will be easier when Laurie and I

you? You don't lose much time. don't have to keep up this game any
longer. I shan't have to be acting

THE Interview with Wanda Steele every minute of my life. SAT-IS-FY. Something that pleases
bound to be embarrassing. Wanda rallied him on his, Introspection ,
When be reached the hotel Moore and mad him tell her details S

almost turned back. But he had bet of his recent trip into the heart gives satisfaction; something that just suits. rx
ter get it over. This woman must of Africa. Her eyes flattered him: :f
always have a call on him. He must her voice caressed him. She restored

always fee! a worm In her presence him to self-respect. -: ; for;example, you are pleased with a dress.

She looked radiant all In soft And then she guided their talk .

prey, her eager red lips parted In a back to Laurie. ," :, ., ;,;" As applied to cigarettes it means one that
mile of welcome her dark eyes detouring It's too bad your wife was ont ,-; ; ; ,
his face. tonight, but if you didn't let her I 'li AR t+w t:r i'r.r "r..W'tj't, aYiYySr f i1 .. .
know. It wasn't her fault. ,T is'l\IILD-tliat'is: not harsh or bitter i .
Ont almost at once she. began to poor girl! ;. ... id? ; one .
I .
reproach him. am looking forward to getting: to lAt ; ,;
Rex.. how could you have sent me know her. I telephoned her twice in } % "
.l. that TASTES just right.
money? Crude bank notes-a thousand the first week you were away but -
pounds! It broke my heart Do she was out I didn't like to disturb ;> t' .

you think you could really repay me her at her office- .
like that? And with such cold bus "I think its so romantic that she I ,"

y ness-like words? I felt I could never should bare been working for AI-
bery all the tim .
And last Sunday
see you again. Cut when I heard
I went to your fiat quite early hoping
yon were bark tonight. I was toe
glad-I couldn't help myself. ; I could get her to come amt I
She spend the day in the country with
was not actually crying;, bat
she held her lace handkerchief to me boll I found from the woman whouc :;
her eyes. wet-Icing; In the flat that she _T, I' .
bet sister had down .. .
gone to Ipel.- ,
"Wanda you must try to under .
sand.he said firmly. -I 1 should !tose the week end with Mr. Albery.I ."

all my self.respect if I did not repay ff..l>"M 0" "J* '.'a". 51.10.! I

you what I can. Your rare and knd-! I
ness-that Is Impossible. But the Tomorrow a dittufc3 R,rcilizxtan.. and Laurie c.rto -.

-- --- -- --- KRe iJW'(

LOCAL BALL TEAMLEAVESFOR l 1 winner Beta game.of the Homestead-Dun

1. the key Wet outtit loss to-

MIAMIWILL : mOl row nignt. tney will return
I Wednesday evening over the highway -

t Players making the trip are:II
PLAY FIRST CAME IN ; Ingrahim.: C- Gates. A. Lunn, I

Sterling, Kerr Albury, J. Car-
:). ,1I
(bJiu-11, Baker, Gonzalez, Mach.n. ..,/- '. !'
MORROW\ NIGHT McCarthy P. Castor. Hollon Ber-I -_
valid i is coach .f the club and T. .tit.. '
Lunn will manage the team. = -.y

(By JOVE) I sincerely hope they:bring back '

The Key West diamondball ten the bacon for good old Cayo .

kit thr; morning over the"'highway Ilueso! Chesterfield the cigarette that MILDER .y 0: ,

to play in Miami for the SINGS LIKE CANARY .

State for Their Tuesday Championship first night game! with is scheduled the Pan- Steve MAN'SFIELDJbhio Keiser, of this city-, has Mrs.a :: '- > Chesterfield. the cigarette that-TASTES BETTER*;: .

American-Cord Gables( ten, and if pet mouse that sings like a \ t

the local boys win they will play canary, especially when the radio .. :::1
again Wednesday night with the plays. J_ '. .. :< tl7.igestra4YW- TOMdde C j, .. .. :.


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I PERSONAL MENTIONreeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeaaaeeeeefeee (1\"lllllllllllllllllliill lilllllllll'

:-: SOCIETY :-:

lira. John Henson and son, .who Mrs. Vincent Archer, who win as
were visiting: relatives in Key Miami for a visit with relatives eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeSocial
West and were guests of Mr. and and friends, returned Saturday. Clyb Plans Dance To
Airs. Mitchell White. left Satur-
day for their home in Miami. Emil Sweeting left Saturday Be Given At Habana-Madrid WELCOMEGUARDSMEN I
afternoon for Miami where he
)Ir. and Mrs. R. N. Hyde and will join Mrs. Sweeting who has,I --
daughter Marie, who were spending been attending summer school Plans have all been perfectedand i music and attractive surroundings
a vacation with Mrs. Hyde's and embark for a vacation with final arrangements the club promises patrons of the
parents left Saturday for the relatives 7n Nassau, N. P. ed for the dance to be eomPlet-1 I dance a 'variety of features on a
home in Boston, accompanied byMrs. nesday evening, August 7,
program of vocal and musical
Hyde's mother, Mra. E. H. )Ir. and Mrs. Clifton S. Pinder, Ilabana-Madrid -Club by the I
Junior w inm's: Club of Key numbers which has been:arrangedwith
O'tol..Jr; 6"r"'Ot who were enjoying a vacation I
.J t ?:1 West. the assistance of George
',.. with Mr. Finder's brother and
!Leslie"il Bused(,,manager of the sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Harold As has always been the procedure Mills White director of music and
Colonial.Hotel chain who was in! Finder, left Saturday afternoon with this organization no entertainment of the FERA. I
pains have been spared nor de- I Not only has Mr. White given
Key West and .guest at the for Miami and will there embarkfor
Colonial. q eft" Saturday for Mi-I their home in Nassau, N. P. tails overlooked to give patronsof of his knowledge and experience:
ami. 35 r' the affair en evening of de- I to help arrange the program and :
; r Miss Jennie Mae Johnson, who lightful entertainment under the I select the group of
most pleasing conditions. I bet he has also As a body we merchants and business
Miss Maria Farto left Saturday was attending summer school at In addition to excellent dance i as master of entertainers,1 men
afternoon for Miami where she Tallahassee, returned Saturday on, ,
will vacation of one week the Havana Special -- --------_- ------- -- -
spend a of
with relatives and friends. Plan Another -I Key West, wish to'assure the Florida National
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Cherry who Legion Auxiliary I I

Miss Lulee Johnson, secretaryto were called to New Smyrna because ] Melody Hoar To Hold Meeting Guardsmen
J. N. Costar the Key West of the illness of Mrs. a cordial welcome on their 5th

agent for the Florida ast Coast Cherry's mother and arrived just The, ninth Key West Melody\ One of the most important I I

Railway Company and. P. and O. before she died returned Satur Hour will be presented on Thursday meetings of the year is to be held Annual Encampment in this 4
S. S. Company, left Saturday aft- day. I August 15, according to an- Wednesday afternoon 5 o'clockby city.
ernoon fir a vacation in North the American Legion
Carolina.J. Miss Mary Louise Spottswood nouncement made today. Auxiliary.
who was visiting briefly in Pirates Three of West's
Key outstand- Members are called to meet in
O'Farrill, Jr., of Havana, Cove and Miami, returned Satur- ing pianists will render solo se- the American Legion HaU at the .
"who was in Key West for a few day on the Havana Special lectious. V / <, 1- specified' hour.COLORED.

days left Saturday afternoon for Mrs. S. J. Stubbs, of Douglass, --- '-- .
Washington., j Ga., was an arrival over the,East ........................., < I III./J. t.< 1'j/ j '
.. Coast Saturday and is the guestof ; FOLKS
'A. R. )Miller suptrintendent of j To&iy's*"
her brother and sister-in-law,
the' P. and O. S. S. Company left Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Miller. PLAY STAR COFFEE MILLS JOHN C. PARK .
Anniversaries WILL GIVE
Saturday afternoon for a trip to

New York, on business connectedwith Miss Leota Grillion teacher in .......... ............. CUBAN AND AMERICAN COFFEE PLUMBING
the P.and O. Steamship Florida the Harris Grammar School who
which is under charter to the, 1604-John Eliot famous,Masrachu.setts' WILL BE PRESENTED TONIGHT 512 Greene'Street '
had been attending summer reboot S :328 Simonton Street
"Apostle to the Indians"
Eastern S. S. Co., and is ,plying at the Florida State College for I
between New York and Portland, baptized in England. Diedin BY MEMBERS OF ,
Women ,
at returnedto
Me. 1 Boston, May 21, 1690. .
Key West on the Havana Spe- ZION M. E. CHURCH
cial yesterday.Miss .
Charles L. Roberts, manager ol 1802-Edward K. Collins New I t

the Porter-Allen Company, who Claudia Lillian Albury,I York founder of the Collins line The play, "The Road to the
was on a business trip to Miami, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Claude I I of Atlantic steamers the pride of MONROE THEATER ADAMS DAIRY
,returned yesterday over the Eas>t' Albury who was spending :> while i I I the America of his day born at City" will be presented tonight by
Coast with )Ir. and Mrs.. Emit Phillips, Truro, MASS. Died Jan. 22, 1878. members of the Zion A. M.\ E. Juan Carboncll
1, Prop.
J. Roland Adams
Prop.ART'S .
: ,
in Miami and other friends, re- Church in the Dixie Theater.
Abelardo Lopez, Jr., returned turned yesterday accompanied by'I Colored, amateur players are -
yesterday after a business: trip to+: Miss Olga Can-away, daughter of 1811-Charles A. Thomas, -
the various roles thosein
I taking and .
_Miami for a few days. J. O. Carraway, who was at one French composer, born. Died
time principal of Harris School in'I Feb. 12, 1896. charge say the production will .
JUrs. Urban Bethel and son Key Vilest and afterward enteredthe be of a good quality. A section of I

:Harry, who were spending a vacation immigration service. the theater will be reserved for S LOPEZ FUNERAL-HOME
1819-John Bidwell, soldier in BARBECUE
in Arcadia, Fla. with anotherson. white "
persons. ,
and Mr. and Miss. Mary Thompson and sister California, among the first to
daughter-in-law, findgold there, pioneer and poli- The cast of characters follow: 24-Hour Ambulance Service
Mrs. Charles Bethel, returned yes Miss Virginia Thompson left yesterday t1 Corner Simonton and Division StreetsMALONEY
tician, born Robert Darnell,
in Chatauqua Co., N. a country
terday acconipanied: by Mir. Bethel afternoon for Miami where
who left Saturday afternoon to they will spend! a vacation with Y. Died April 4. 1900. physician-Howard Styles.

join them in Miami. relatives and friends. I Richard James, a man from the

I ,- 1850-Guy de Maupassant, city-Victor G. R. Tyn:s. .
Mrs. Otis Curry arrived! yester- Mrs. Marguerite Griffin left: French novelist, born. Died July Jud Judkins, a young farmer-
dap from Miami where she was over the East Coast yesterday -
6, 1893.
visiting with relatives. afternoon for Miami for a short Ed. M. Thompson. AND PEACOCKBAKERY GATO REAL ESTATE
visit with relatives and friends. John James, Richard's invalid r

W. S. Roberts arrived yesterday I 1867-Desha Breckinridge, Lexington I farmer-Nathaniel Clark Jr. I 1 AND IMPROVEMENT CO.
from Miami and is the guestof Misses Virginia and Winnifred Ky., newspaper editor-, Duke, a man of mystery-Ely .
his brother-in-law and sister Shine, daughters of Mr. and Mrs.C. publisher born there. Died Feb. : Albury.Jet 812 Fleming Street 1100 Simonton Street
Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Sweeting and E. Shine, who were attending 18, 1935. I I
J Sanderson, at the cross
other relatives. summer school at Florida State i I
Tallahassee roads-Myrtle Dean. ,
College for Women at ,
,1875-Clare A. Briggs. noted j 6
Assistant State Attorney J. L. returned over the East Coast yes- Toto Lee, her cousin-Mozelte i '
cartoonist, born at Reedsburg.1Wis. t .
Lester, who from the
away terday. Sands.
I Jan.
Died in New York,
for short business visit in
city a
1930. Lilly Morton, a girl from the
Miami, returned yesterday. Miss Helen McCall Lee, daughter 3'1 Greaux. HAPPY DAYS CAFE'ORIENTAL PHARMACY b
of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee, .
Wilburt Roberts, who was in of Miami arrived yesterday and is' 1881-Richard Was'aburn: Child,!! Mrs. Sanderson Jet's widowed
S 519 Duval Street
Miami for a few days with a son- the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Stanton I Boston lawyer, famed writer," mother-Lena Valdez. Emilio Romero, Prop.HABANAMADRID .

in.-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs Gardiner.Mrs. I publicist ambassador to Italy, Marie, a lady's maid-Iris S /
< born Borden, returned yester I born at Worcester, Mass. Died in
day. Charles Aronovitz and son I New York City Jan. 31, 1935. Adamson. q '
Sidney left yesterday afternoonfor
Mrs. Leo Lopez who was in a stay with relatives in Miami -' Subscribe to The Citizen-20c' .

Miami visiting with relatives, re- weekly. I GOODYEAR SPECIAL 0 BUSY BEE BAKERY ';
turned yesterday over the East CLUB
Coast. Mrs.\ W. Hunt Harris left on day afternoon for the home in Miami \ Men's Half Soles _.__ SOc

the afternoon train yesterday for '.' ..... ', 1 Best Half Soles ..__ 6ScLadies' B? E.: Brantley. Mr. and Mrs\ Eugene Kemp the mountains of North Carolina "
Half Soles __
\ "A. 1.1 r $a3ghters
Mrs. tJ&T
arrived yesterday from Miami -t where she will spend a vacation. and Mrs : son,; .....__.__. 40c and SOcMen's .n'{} / (.01:
are guests of Mrs. Kemp's KJW) TJrfcJCelljand 1 \
brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs -Eliza Young left over the' arrived yesterday! from Miami and Rubber Heels '
I r
Ross ..__.. ____ 2Sc I OKLEF TIll! '
Mrs. Bernard Allen. East Coast yesterday for Miami are guests iOJro'P4Jrlrs.: :: ;(! and 35c

where she will spend a week with, C. Sawyervt' 4..e.ute hole on..Eaton.... ( Goodyear Shoe i !
P. Ross Roberts representing I street. ShopH.
relatives. I '
one of the large packing concerns I I Diamandi Prop. BROADWAY CAFE. ,,ALLAN B. CLEARE
with an agency in Key West ar-I Allie Albury and daughter. Miss PALACERobert i i S .

rived yesterday for a business'Marie, who were the guests for!'I Taylor-Virginia: Bruce i I Smith Lane, Off Duval Street ':. 511 Front Street .:
visit. i one week of )Ir. and Mrs. Albert -In- ,, ;.. .
DiNegro, Jr., left yesterday for TIMES SQUARE LADY I KEY WESTCOLONIAL ,-
E. T. Woodson, of Key West, the home in Miami. :,: 4 ',."
Comedy and Silly Symphonyin HOTEL ..
left Saturday afternoon for FortSrieven I i I '
Ga., for a course of training Mrs. Sealey Sweeting returned Matinees 10-15c Might: 15-25c I! In the Center of the Businessand ', > '
; q
at the Civilians Military yesterday afternoon to her homein I ;Theater District i -
Training Camp. Miami after a pleasant visit of! '
one "week with relatives. j BENJAMIN LOPEZ I Fink ClaM Fireproof- RED!: CAFE J. R. STOWERS COMPANY
Mina Annabelle Lewin left I FUNERAL HOME I _
Sensible Ratec .
Saturday for Miami en route to Miss Elizabeth Swain and I 511 Petronia Street 515 Duval StreetRAINBOW
Serviaff Key West
Tampa to the of Mrs. Arnold Swain, who '.
enter University mother COFFEE ,. .
Half C.atmry SHOP NOW OFEI '
Tampa in which she has been I were visiting for one week with j -
awarded a scholarship Relatives Bnd friends, left yester- 24 Hoar AjabaUace Service Garage Elevator "
Licenced Embalmer
l' .
I Paoae 135 Night 696-W Popvlar Price. 0 .

J Sorelrriteted SkinWherever AI Jolson-Ruby Keeler '':. ,
it i*-however broken teResirnol -in- I NAVY CLUB ,. CAFE S
MaUaees B.le..,.. lOci Orcfce*. -;.. 417 Greene Street .e- '- ,
X00:; rinnell
} .
iy. -, .
: Street
Ira 15-20c Nights l25cSTEAMSHIP Hotel -
I Leamington fI::" :

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Co. .. "Miainfs Most Popular Hotel"N. I j; i r.' ... :j'< -4jP9\! I

P&O E. lit Street at Biscayne Boulevard I


Opposite Union Bu Station BOTTLING COMPANY
Effective Marcia lath. 1935 One Block from Shopping District

12:20 Leave P. M.Leave .Key West. for Havana Wednesdays. and Saturdays, I And Amusements I:1 S K. O. Thompson, Prop. _,' :j' .. Distributors[ of Wagner's Beer
Havana for Key West Thursdays and Mondays, QUOTED : : '
Leave Key West for Port Tampa Thursdays and Mondays -
6:30 P. M. Single Room with Bath ._.. $1.50 l

Ticket., Reervatioa sad laforaMtioa at Ticket OffiM tfc* Double Room with Bath 2.00 ;

Dock "?.... 71 ALFRED SIMONS, Manager I., SiIT.I.I'I.i.l'

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