The Key West citizen
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048666/00085
 Material Information
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 6, 1935
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
daily[ former <1908-1909>]
daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358017
oclc - 02701762
notis - ABZ6317
lccn - sn 83016244
System ID: UF00048666:00085
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I For Associated Best 55 Interests Years, Service.Press Devoted of Key Dij to West Win the tEb t't l{t11- Wt' Citi( t t 13CB I most range country Key West equable of; only with,Florida 14 weather*an Fahrenheit, average has in the the I




Presiding Officer Of Senate DAM PROJECTS I r SPURIOUS MONEYIN SECOND BANDCONCERTHERE !Many Predictions Made Bearing On


Fails To Take Long Seriously

COURTS BATTLE -OF BOGUS I TffiSJVENINGi I I Presidential Election Coming Year

I 1I 1- ,
When "Kingfish" Winds WANT'RENTABLE MONEY SAID TO BE TEN I -- '-- ----- -


USE Look carefully at all $10 bills I Ireceived It 1

sere they
It Activities For National
Is Over" I TODAY
i t
I carry the following: Series D. I

I Serial Num >B-02353467-A.. I' i CampaignBy
HOUSING DEPARTMENT OF ROY E. HUTCHENS Notice has been received in Key' Conductor Caesar LaMonaca of! .. !

counterfeit $10 bills of this description another beautiful concert !
Aug. 6 Vice -While the Tennessee Valley in circulation at II
present for this
( evening: 7:30 o'clock at < 'hirt .I .c.,.... Tae V_a'".
President Garner' method of NEXT SEASON Authority battles for broadenedfpowers ; and a number of them have been the encampment. I| AT RAILWAY STATION BY FOR ENLISTMENT IN r..._ "besauat..l

and more money from;II found in Florin j As promised -7 Mr. LaMonaca i!t l I I Dof-d..y politic now i* at
procedure as presiding officer of '' Copy the series letter and serial i,each of the concerts during the en-1 J THOSE IN WAITING I I CONSERVATION CORPS
than work-
16,000 I
I congress more number and compare bills received. will be flood tide. It i* possible to Lear
the senate !i. about a* unorthodox Persons who plan to have cottages I era toil daily to carry out its pro- If in doult\: consult the First *, the campment best numbers in selected from !! I I
the almost
library of : kind of
I gram of dam building and social every report cad
a* can be imagined when. the refine -' houses, and apartmentsavailable and economic development, National Bank. I the band and both! visitinir and---- I j Regimental Sergeant Major s! Good food, healthful surrounds -

of Charlie Curtis, "Hell '..I, for rental this wintercan throughout the Tennessee river ATLANTA! I I local singers evening will there be featured.This will be 'i I Ernest Loudermilk of the 265th; s. plenty of recreation, and prediction about 1936. Few of
basin-an area of 40.000 COMPANY: three them _
square I I amount to IICL. The fundamentals
Maria" Dawes and Calvin Coolidge -I benefit themselves by advis- miles containing 2,000,000 people.!I! local singers. Miss Mae Hill' ,;; Regiment Florida National Guard.i t constructive work await 75 young

x f are taken into co.aidera.j ing the Housing Department of east From Tennessee high in the where mountains construction of-;;;i ISSUES PAMPHLET;i soprano ing will, be will a be song heard.by The Mr.\ offer-leas joined the regiment today for the I 1 I:i men of Key'West who can qualify I of the situation remain -

I I Monaca, "A Kiss unchanged.
j ji
tion. the Key West Administration of of Norris dam is nearing ION From You Is So period of the encampment and for enlistment in the Civilian Con-
completion to the flat country of: MOTOR TRAVELi Divine. For an encore the num'I I i I The experienced politicians
Curtis was a stickler. for decorum. these plans it was emphasizedthis Alabama, where two other dams'' 'I i ber will be "The Sweetest Story I was accorded a rousing reception I II'I servation Corps. Word was receiv-
i i j Ever Told." J Ji i I| who e'dom disagree them
are being built across the Tennessee ion his arrival. led today by the social service de- among
Dawes attempted to reform morning at the Administration I i Other local artiste will be Miss![ I j ji I
river, there is a buzz of' elves
i ,
CITIZEN RECEIVES COPY!I Janice Lewis, soprano and i i Members of the of the local expect Roosevelt as
the senate the first time he building. activity. j George s regimental: partment Florida ERA
I( I Mills White. tenor. They will be t I the
Will Form Huge Lake | OF BOOKLET PUT OUT IN band, other friends and officers Democratic nominee next
picked lip ..the gavel failed then More than a dozen inquiriesper I;, heard in selections from "Rose :t I that the quota for the current eat -
The $34,000,000 Norris dam{t INTEREST OF STANDARDs i Marie." Miss Lewis will sing I assembled at the station and,, year to appeal to the liberal el.
lost interest. Coolidge never day are, being received by! across tiny Clinch river, 80 mile ''Tha Indian Love Call" and hire :i iistment is 4;i; white young men

the department relative to accommodations above the juncture with the Ten.i J OIL COMPANY !t White's number will be the title gave the incoming popular member -'. and :20: colored. meats, especially the farmers and

worrieel'particlllarl i which will be obtainable nessee, is now 75 per cent com-! I II I j of the Operetta "Rose Marie." I of the regiment a musical (!) j j{I The :young men qualifying fori labor, and pin his hopes on a combination
Garner has mad himself .!T I! plete. It is scheduled to be finish-I! j Miss Lewis has been heard in
a per. next season but the I (land vocal reception. I i ii ithe i
i ed by the first of 1936. rorej I An exceedingly interesting and both Key West and Miami, singing I corps are transported at gov-, of the south and the
i ,
son to be reckoned with in thilegislative housing department is confronted:; than 65 per cent of the l.OOO.OOOJ j informative copy of Tours and i in each of these cities with i! As he sergeant major detrained!j II ernment expense to some other,

scheme of things by I with a problem of not having sufficient -{ cubic yards of concrete have been!I j I Detours, a pamphlet of travel issued i -J!j Mr. LaMonaca's band. Mr. White !' he was seized by the greeting I I: section where lodging and food west.

t places for the large num-' poured. Around 1,500 men still j!'! by the Johnson-Dallis comI also needs no inroduction. He was party placed on one of the trucks' as' well as pleasant and healthful I. They expect the Republican a C
appropriating the right to name ber of inquirers. are employed on the project. I puny of Atlanta in the interests:{ first heard in "The Pirates ofPenzance" '' surroundings are provided. In addition i I
I The dam will be 253 feet high;' of the Standard Oil company has and has since been teas of the station and to the doleful' members of the corps receive lean strongly toward con "-r

conferees on controversial .... Key West has a comparative and 2.000 feet long. It will create I il' been recevied by The Citizen. j i I tured on several occasion. }j i strains of the dead march from| $30 per month, $23 of which' vatism, nominate a mid-wt' t
dearth of places which can be one of the world's largest j I The 1. Another a'''''is used in helping to care for dependents -
,urea. j reser- pamphlet carries a number number will he a vocal something or other, played on whom they regard ac "safe ..
rented but a number of l>persons, voirs, inundating parts of five:,: of interesting stories of places in At the moment apparently he are planning +_o make apartmentsand countries and creating a lake' Florida and is profusely illustrated offering will be "In a Little Gypsy ball, hauled '! I!: "This is an excellent way for sane," and try for a rombinati,"t ti,

!is determined to discipline the cottages available during the with an 800-mile shoreline. i I I with photographic> reproduce.t'! Tea Room" to the music of the to a' wagon and i;single i young men to assist thcm-: of the east an l the conscrf.it
I driven : \ <"
senate's "bad boy"-Huey 1 season. It will be a help to the 1 It is at 'Norris dam that young! tion of attractive scenery and vai popular fox trot. I| to the camp. I i'I selves and their families" Mrs.j .I
John .1l i I cationists The As the impromptu procession j:! Nina Ryder Johnson director of. tlelaetsqof lice wot
housing department to have this) Roosevelt son of the Presi enjoying their moments I' complete program for this ''I
His method is typically Car-, information now, and will also! dent, plans to spend the summer,i of leisure amidst delightful sue-!I evening's concert follows: I' was leaving the terminals an inquisitive -':, social service said this morning.!!, They av e Jo I Biirtinood. 'u t afctrong s
neresque.At benefit the prospective renter,) working (without pay) on the! roudings at various points on the ; March "Americans We" Fill- bystander asked "what ii is'!: "Besides the $25 allotment for de-

the conclusion of a I Ik since the department is in com-i' huge project and living at Gulf of Mexico the Atlantic andinths .y more. all this about. Is that guy aj!I! pendents young 'men in the corps. Uft-wMg. jmlcpcnd', 1.1'.

speech by the Louisiana-Vking-ret'entl,muaication with->virtuallyevery'' four miles from,the dam. NOrriS.t' interior.. .-,_ :lj!{ \ a1tz. "Pe des Fleui-B-" from j!major general or something?" _:;,,: receive $-*>-OOtg r month for, i ipc : .. "k of :a
1 fish" one who has expressed interest Joe Wheefer dam. On the inside is a detour map: Ballet. "Naila"-Delibes. j lIe was told by) ono the parts :1! denTal'an mo y.r--:
Garner halted senate proceedings that the recipient of all the I, The limit has been strong right-wing indvpnilticket. ''d.
at raised
in coming to Key West for the across the Tennessee river and of the states of Florida Georgia Popular Fox Trot. "In A Little age
long enough to say tOI I next season.MAYOR. one-half miles above Muscle Alabama Mississippi .Louisinna, G"P5y"ha Boom"-Lc; ie- sad! ( tentions was just one of the mos t'j'Ito 28 years Mrs Johnson pointed I j; : .

the galleries: i Shoals is about 35 per cent com Arkansas Tennesee and Kentucky Burke. Vocal solo by Corporal[ popular members of the regiment,{! out, making it possible for young!I do
t They look for
"The show is over. Occupants plete. The dam. costing $20,000.000 .- with a legend explaining the markings 'I Phil Kues. sand his reception was nothing I; men between the ages: of 18 rndj !

of the galleries and the I MALONE I is to be 50 feet high one which is comprehensive to the Cornet Solo "A :Soldier's;; : more than an old Florida Na- 28 to enlist in the corps. t I!effort to break down the en -IL.

may go L mile long, and will create a reservoir most casual motorist. I Dream"-Rogers. By Staff Sergeant tional Guard custom. A phisical examination for applicants -' mary party lines, with the Drum
senate will get down to business. of 100 miles in a' Key Westers contemplating Roscry: Piccolo. i, will be conducted at
RETURNS HOME square craU trying to attract liberal R"<
'Out Of Order 1' I! Work Starts At Pickwick Landing,I travel by automobile for eitherbusiness Overture to JUNIORPATRO 12:30 P. M. Thursday at the ERA I and .
publican, the Rcpubiauii
Republicans and democrats, Work is just getting underway or pleasure will be assisted Ibach.I .Orphws"Offen.t clinic by Government phYl'idans.f) ,
alike in the house seldom miss an ton the Pickwick Landing dam on!I on their trip by securing a I Popular Fu -, conservative' Democrat
ACCOMPANIED BY HIS WIFE' the Tennessee river in south-i i copy of Tours and Detours which Dance" from Rebert-Kern. ; Third Party Idea Slipping
opportunity to pay tribute to western Tennessee with 1,500 meat n,I can be secured at any Standard! l I Soprano Solo by Miss Mae hill[ that time. prepared to leave onj i \

their lanky smiling and genial 1 WHO HAD BEEN VACATIONING work. The $32.000,000 dam will,: Oil Company service station. I "A Kiss From You Is So Divine" : the train that afternoon in the'Roosevelt.may not be renominated come ,

eaku-"Uncle: Joe" Byrns. IN MIAMI be built without a power plant, ) Caesar LaMonaca. TO BE HELD TOMORROW event they are accepted. |
mostly from, the
From a point of vantage in the but this may be added later. It! TWO SISTERS Grand Selection from "Rose I Any others. either white or, Republican tide.

press gallery, however on the occasion will be 103 feet high and almost; Marie"-FrimL Incidental Solos MORNING IN BAYVIEW' j colored. wishing to take advantage -' Almost every President ha.a

Mayor Wm. II. Malone has returned a mile and a half long. It will'I'! by Janice Lewis, soprano, and J of the increased quota for stranglehold on a renomina'uon.
of his 66th birthday it appeared from Miami after a weekend have the largest single lift lock" OFHOLYNAME I George Mills White, tenor. j PARKA Key West and M>nroe County That was true even of Mr. Ta'i
that "Uncle: Joe's" countc. The Star Spangled Banner. may call at the social service deipartment '
in the world. I
visit In thrt city, and is' ck [ and )Ir. Hoover although thefir,
I : :
nance showed more than mere in his office ready for business. Wilson dam which was built; I Oae of the largest assemblages)I I in the Key West Admi-
satisfaction when he received his Accompanying the was during the World 'war at a cost I r ever seen at the Fort Taylor reservation -!,| meeting of all members of' nistration. building and fill out' chances of reelection were neatly

latest tribute. Mrs. Malone who had mayor been of about $15.000,000, is serving' I was there last! night to': the Key West Junior Patrol i is' application blanks, between now 1! non-existent. \

ing a vacation with relatives electricity to 30 communities in i I I hear the first of the band's cons scheduled for tomorrow morning'I and Thursday noon. ,I Talk that the Republicans may
Representative Ludlow of In enjoY-I Alabama and Ten FORMER 1-3SY WESTERS HAD I certs. in Bay-view Park. The session t is With the comparatively! low
ami. They returned over the Mississippi } I yield to the western liberal c:1 k
diana who quit the press gallery! All of the numbers on the program to start at 9 o'clock. I scale of wages which to be
way. nessee. despite litigation partly &npp.9..u. ..r *n..Lo*.Fn P [...1CTY/-..... .. UT'TUI... ... i were&; cheered Primary o(the under are y!, menU within the party, snub the
to become a member of congress, blocking the TVA power program.!! until the encore : purpose meeting paid the Works ProgressAdministration
was the spokesman. These communities have increased 1 I SISTERS AT CONVENT AND i ;. and especially vociferous was is to lay plans for the Labor Day" for unskilled i eastern conversatives and pla.:
"He is "I PUBUCITY FORSTAMP I their residential customers from: the reception given the singings Circus which will climax activitiesof labor. many young Key Westers some of the radical rapport, presents
distinctly of. ,
one us j I"
6.540 to 8,023 under rates which,F-I RELATIVES I numbers by Austin de Stolfe. the the patrol for the summer., are expected to enlist in the corps: nothing tangible to .support

said Ludlow,'"though he sits in EXHIBIT TVA claims to be 45 per cent, .,., I acrobatic dance by Miss Doris Since the patrol was organized I and receive the benefits of the;, it. The conservatives have th<.

majesty over us. We are proneto 'I less than formerly paid private! I Witherby and the saxophone solo it has carried on its work along. Civilian Conservation Corps. | money and by far the moat vii u-:
I "
think of a speaker' as a person companies. I Sister Mary of the Epiphany "Velma byJimmy, Austin. i many different fronts. Fences i cessf ul politicians in the pasty

who is austere, brusque and re- and Sister Stella :Marie, who be- ,i .. Generous recognition was also I II have been whitewashed buildings REV. i fold.
Local publicity for {the Key West fore entering holy orders were I given thevocal choruses to "Isle I painted parks cleaned and kept JAMES DAYRETURNS I: Talk that Senator Long or!
pellant. However truly that may International Stamp and Coin Ex- ANNOUNCE DEATH I Miss\ Anna Sweeting and Miss : of Capri" and "When I Grow Too I I clean and homes beautified. Father Coughln, or Dr. Town-<'n-i f

describe some of the speakers of position is under way in the form Isabelle Sweeney, of Key West,I Old} To Dream." by Batey.It i Parks and swimming places have TO CITY'i may be able tq set up an eCfertli \-

yesterday, it does not apply to the of a large post el1 in ,the show win OF JOSEPH RYANMrs. left over the highway yesterdayfor will be gratifying to lovers of been constantly patrolled by members : third-party movement i is dying i ;

present occupant of the chair." dow of a local store. : Tampa, aftr a stay of about music! to l learn that Mr. LaMonaca I'j I of the patroL i i lout. Not much is heard ubo! i'I '

C 'With the entire membership of An enlarged stamp o'f the French .I I! two weeks at the Convent of Mary I has arranged to have a concert] The mass meeting scheduled for I that any more, even in then dug
I colony Gabon, on the West Coast; I I !! Immaculate. i every night during the encampment -. tomorrow is to be the first at BAPTIST CHURCH PASTOR of alarm.
s I days rumor and
the house on its feet cheering. of Africa, is displayed with a Benjamin F. Gardner is. During their stay they had the I and that errangementa have{ which the entire patrol has been" HAD BEEN AWAY ON VACA- j Talk of a conservative Do-no.

O'Connor of New York chairmanof I genuine stamp of the same kind. in receipt of a elegram announcing -1' opportunity of visiting -with their i been made for a number of vocal-i assembled. I cratic bolt to form an independent/

the rules commitee and one of appearing side by side like a giant j I the death of Joseph families and meeting their many I ists, including Mrs. Eva Warner,i I TION'FOR THREE MONTHS party and split the ftomw'ra'' (
the three titular leaders of the and Ryan in Phila-i I Mrs. J. G. Gekeler
a Sunday morning Avery .
pygmy. friends who schoolmates
I | were vote persists but it will tak a
i John.1 MRS. A. MOORE -
house asked unanimous consent The stamp exhibit will be one delphia. Funeral services are to'' when they were attending the{; son and others, to appear I f great deal more spade-work before .
"that the speaker may proceedfor of the predominant divisions in I I be held tomorrow in that city. |I'i' convent. programs. After an absence of about three
I any each: thing b t"flDl"a
40 minutes. the exposition under the direction I Mr. Ryan will be remembered I On their trip to Tampa they will I II HEREON VISIT .months Rev. James S. Day, of First I reality. Not a angle one of t.r.
"The gentleman is distinctly, LIGHT dissenting Democratic leirft h.h
out of order, ruled "Uncle: Joe" Society of Key West i as the husband of Miss Mary!! Gabriel and as far as Miami they city and has resumed the dilLies announced
I ] thus far !he wourI:: l lI lt
his faced flushed smiling. i Gardner sister of the late Ben were accompanied by Sister I. of his pastorate I bolt

Mme. Perkins Ghost-Writes I LIKES PAMPHLETS i jamin F. Gardner. Louise of France and Sister LEAVES PORTIVY STAYING WITH PARENTS, ., Rev. Day wa$ffc a while at the I Wallace Rumors Denied

Madame Secretary Perkins of t i The deceased is survived by his Leonida who will return in a.few SUPERINTENDENT AND MRS. navy hospital in Washington and II'
the labor department chucklingup widow and one daughter Miss days. afterward '-ento Ridgecrest N. .Recently someone !hi; !"fo" i.j .

her sleeve these days. Her ABOUT KEY WEST Wilma Ryan.CUBABRINGS. i W. W. DEMERITTMrs. I. X. for V vacafi n of two months ;j j j telephoning around Waj-TRpt-"
merriment is occasioned by the I He was due to return last{suggesting: a convention ,'n N< *

latest reports that she has been [TAX COLLECTOR TORTUGAS TO BRING I Thursday but was prevented by'!York! city to found a "c-jr,ii'u-,!

thorn of of her IN Moore, wife of LieutenantA. motor trouble. On Friday he missed tional" party and nominate Ja.'r;
some as a
cabinet officer. power Rev. Ai L. Maureau of the local SELLS PROPERTY BACK: SCOUTS R. Moore, Fourth Corps Area,1 the ferry and was froced to remain W. Wadsworth for Pre'i-trnt.!
Catholic Church is in receipt of a I :! the other side until Sat- Wadsworth disclaims ,
When President Roosevelt signed 'I"letter from 214 PASSENGERS Atlanta, Ga.. arrived over the on any.inl.:
Miss Marie i
C. Cotting- I returned In the I ambition. If such
the Wagner Labor relation*! ham of Ramsey, New i highway last evening for a visitwith I|I urday. when he a movement
Jersey whot Tender1\ sailed 10 her and in the pulpit at actually developed its
Lighthouse Ivy parents. Superintendent j{, evening was nommrctlmoxt
bill he issued statement '
a was a visitor in Key West the past t I Property sold by Tax Collector o'clock last night for Tortugas andis of Lighthouses W. W. Demeritt the First Church for Sunday* certainly would have to be
the labor board to
relations was winter in, company with her two Steamship Cuba, of the P. and Frank H. Ladd at the county today relieving buoys and doing and Mrs. Demeritt. t I: services. a conservative Democrat.

be an entirely independent the sisters,. expressing thanks for the O. S. S. comp;ny, returned yesterday [court house yesterday for delinquent work on other aids to navigationin Enroute to Key West Mrs.I ,Robert Lucas, formerly in
agency. Immediately report pamphlets of poems about Key afternoon from Havana with taxes for the year 1934 that vicinity.: Moore visited friends at Fort Walton t I i,charge of Republican national: a

Perkins was circulated that Secretary I West sent her from this city by)I 1171 first class passengers and six I numbered, 332 pieces. Early tomorrow morning the Arcadia and West Palm! Truck Arrives TonightWith headquarters wants to r-nd

was slipping. the reverend. second class for Key West; 35 Only two pieces of property tender will go to Garden Key Beach. She had as her companions large variety of FRESH I Charles D. lImes out of part:
the authors of the rumorclidn.t Miss I
Cottingham states in her first class and two'second fori!|i were bid in. These were on Plantation where Troop 5, Boy Scout of on the trip to Ke> West, Mrs. :i FRUITS and VEGETABLES leadership because he say Hill" :
know the but d letter
at time o1 I that after a much-needed I Tampa. !];,.I Key and were bid in by the America will be takes on board Frank Black Mrs. G. K. Stanfordand i is too close to Wall Street. Thf
know now, to their chagrin, i is rest she expects to return south!I I Total number of passengers on representative of a capitalist from]' and the trip back to Key West will I Mrs. Stacia Watkins. of Arcadia Lowe's Cash Grocery fact i b Hilles is so active in inner

that Madame Secretary wrote thPreeident'a e and will divide her stay between I the ship was 214 and of this $umber -j II Michigan it was said at the court!be started. The vessel is due early ana Mrs C. L. SoweH, of Palm 1117 Division St. PfcoM 675 party circles that no one expects
statement herself. Key West and Miami i
--J there were 55 aliens. I hoase. ''tomorrow afternoon. Beach. him to take a back seat i





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mQ WHAT PUZZLES US i ferson Hotel, the judge made definite -'. ........................
jbc Itrp ;ttiI KEY WEST IN confirmation of the sale. In
[r TODAY'S WEATHER j 1 I I Today History

Daliy: Except Sunday Br We can understand the attitude of I: ........................
TUB CITIZEN= PCBLISIIIXG; CO. INC. DAYS GONE BYHappeninc One of the most daring kidnap- '.
I_ P. ART>>'.''. President those citizens who wish the United States i jug plots was frustrated :Sunday:; 1759-Eugene Aram of England -
'JOE: ALLE.ti.From Ammlmtmmt Tb. Citizen....1.Ball..*dine M..agrr to become a member of the League of Na Teu peratsres'Highest I r Kansas City; 94 degrees, Jackson-' Here Just 10 Year, morning "'henl Oscar Toledo,. executed for murder-theme

Corner Greene and Ann Streets take in _.........._.._......_.... .. ....90 I I ville. Charlotte: and) St. Louis 'I Ago Today At Taken From j aw a man taking her; two month of many novelists-poet; .
thus regulatingthe
tions and a part Lowest u..u. .-......-...-..........._..78 j Showers occurred during the I The File Of The Citizen I old baby from its crib. The ba".1\ -
In West and Monroe !
__ Only dally Newspaper. County.Key. peace of the world. Normal Mean ._......__....".....____..S4 | last 24 hours in Florida the southern cries startled her to a sitting position :
jintered at Key Wee Florida. *. econd class matter We can also understand the positionof Mean ........... ...___..._.......... ..--.84:j portions of Mississippi and! Great-increare in travel to FlorId in her bed ond she saw the : 1778 Conrad A. Gerard.
Rainfall'Yesterday's I Alabama in New England and I French ambassador_ first foreign
FIFTT-BIXTH: TEAR those citizens who insist that the United a is the reason! for an announcement -| man attempting the kidnaping.,
I envoy to U. S., presented to con-
I Member .f the A. eUt" Pr .. : Precipitation T. Ins. from Lake Erie westward over I by II. A. Huestis; district Hrr screams aro lserl I'her hus band .
the Associated Press In eiclnsiTely entitled to ns. States attend to its own business and keep Normal Precipitation .15 Ins : North Dakota. I pa:senger! agent for the )Pcnn-yljama who rushed into the room and i I gress.1890Pint
for republication of all news dispatches credited to I Thin rreord eaters =4-._r pridrmltmic 1 An incipient disturbance is overthe '
of entanglements.What that intends r---
It or not otherwUe credited la Ibis paper and alto out foreign mt M .lrk ibis nrarataic. I R. R., the system grappled \ ith the intruder. TbeyIttiuggled
_the local vows published here. we can't understand is the atti Tomorrow' Almanac I j' Missouri Valley, another in to inaugurate several changes = near a window through American legal 1
Sun rises .... '... .. .. 5:57 a. m.Saskatchewan and a disturbance! in their Florida train this sea- which the man.leaped when he! tleetroewtwo J at Aatoun Prison.
EWICRIAL tude of those citizens who want us to keep Sun sets ..,-..........-..._, 7:08: p. m.:, of moderate intensity is off the' son., The road is now maknig ar- fought free of Mr. Toledo. He left I! N. Y.
>>1NAIiONAl / 93SCBa'CRIPTIO out of foreign wars troubles and conflicts Moon rises ............. .12:58 p. m.': middle Atlantic coast. j rangemeaU to start Florida Limited i a piece of his shirt! in Mr. Toledo'I'} -
-_ and at the same time want us to i investigate Moon eels .......____....11:53 p. m. S. 11. GOLDSMITH in Charge., I II' trains to Key West about the! hand. The Toledo family left yesterday :i 1914-German Cruiser "Em-
RATES! treatment of Germany's Tomorrow' Tides I Temporarily I j first! of December instead of in; for Havana where they will' i J den" started spectacular career inI'acif'tt
h1.Wsniix Italy's Ethiopia
Month Tear -. 100 I A.M. P.M. ...." ...... January. All Honda towns are remain indefinitely. as war broke out.
s-to treatment of the Jews and Catholicsand : brushing for the heavy travel; ,
One Three Months .86 High ..._.._...___.". 2:05: 3 2! I. .1 I up !; -- I
Month Today'sAnniversaries expected and Key: West ij sparing'no
Weekly _____ .SO: Mexico's attitude and behavior Low ----. -..........- 9:22 8:24 effort to have all in readiness' In today's'! i issue of The CCtieen: 1926-Gertrude Ederle. 19-
ADVERTISING! RATES 'wards Catholics. to-I I Barometer 8 a. m. today.: i i for her share in the crowds. lofe-ph C. Whalton! formftliy announces i year- !d Xew York girt; first wom-
Made"1tDown .n. application. Sea level, 30.02.WEATHER : I he will make the race for an to swim Kgli-h: Channel
SPECIAL NOTICE! Certainly we do not condone the mis la.S..a.ce..e..e.. councilman at large anJ is of the. i
resolutions of
thanks I II
All reading notices cards of will be charred for at treatment to which the people of these I I The United States Coast Guam : ia thi
respect obltaanr notices eta. FORECAST 1651-Archbishop Fenelon, celebrated orinion he will be a i j 1930-Norwegian* found l remains -
j station in Key \Vest has receiveda
the rate of 10 cent a line.
Notices for entertainments by churches from whicha faiths have been treated in the matters referred French prelate and author. I radiogram advising that theSpapish rae?. His belief that he will win of Andree and his men lostin
revenue Is to be derived are I cents a line. to. Neither for that matter do we (Till 8 p. m.. Wednesday) born. Died Jan. 17. 1715. Schooner Gabriel I IF based, on the fart! that'hundred-J. Arctic I.u 33 jr"N..'.
invites discussion j Palmer
The Citizen I I. forum and
an open Key West and Vicinity: Partly of his friends have asked him to j-----
of public Issues and subjects of local or general condone the of the Turks to I! was wrecked five miles off Looo
barbarity i fu-Eifche.1 the main attraction at
interest but It will not publish anonymous communications cloudy tonight and Wednesday make the announcement and they>
some Christians during the hectic days 1775-Daniel O'Connell, Irifh Key near the Bahama Bankc. The 'i, have pledged their hearty support this popular porting' resort
also that the
message states crew I _
statesman known as "the Liberator --
after the World War or the attitude that was tatving and the vessel in extreme i i I
Jrt born. Die i May 15, 1817. -j 1 In the main go of the fight cardat Editorial comment: The Amen
IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST Japan takes to the Chinese in China. However danger. Other reports state
the Key Weft Athletic: Club last,j ran people want: good: government
ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN what business has the United States I I hat I the English Steamer Sana Gil night Guinea Gardner was given j but apparently they want it handed :' -
1789-George F. List Germanleconomstt. ; :!, standing by the ship to reader I I
to tell the Germans the Mexicans, or any \ emigrant to America, any assistance possible. 'the decision over Young Sharkey i to them without any effort on
the round battle whith 1 their
,, in right partWe
in of the I leading economists of
1. Water and Sewerage. other people ,how they shall operate t Ct. one I .
last century, born. Commiltoti. i -- --- ---- -
their own country. It is not our business Robert IJ.} Thompson will be a --- -
2. Bridges to complete Road: to Main- f ty suicide: Nov. 30: 1845.. : candidate for city councilman: .
Russian affairs in order to
land. to regulate ti-\ I from the Third Ward in the November
protect the peasants in that country if ar ll P Y __ elections. Mr. Thompson
sFree port they need protection.Of Partly Cloudy Thundershowers lish 1809 poet-Alfred born.Tennyson Died Oct.I-ng,1: !nerved two terms as councilman! will be pleased to have you consult us about

4. Hotels\ and Apartments. course it is barely possible that we with possibly thundershowers in 1892. I FRO from and the!proved Third to Ward be a some capable year official how you can

5. Bathing Pavilion. have the wrong idea. Perhaps it is our afternoon; gentle variable winds. : I lie is a native of Key West

6. Airports-Land and Sea. national function to investigate everythingthat' Florida: Fair tonight; Wednesday 1819-Samuel P. Carter the''! and a partner in the Palma Sola
partly cloudy possibly local only man who held both rank;* of rale office local reel estate brok.
Consolidation of and what don't like ;
7. County City condemn we ,
i ii and of the Palma Sol! Build
thundershowers in afternoon. ( rear admiral and major-general.' er owners Buy or
Governments.SIDELIGHTS. break off diplomatic relations and do Jacksonville to Florida Straits i born at Elizabethton, Tenn. Died; Subdivision. ,

everything that we can on this side of the ;and East Gulf: Gentle variable in Washington, May 26, 1891\ i iI ii J Ji Jt Refinance Your Homeor
: W. J. Gardner is formally announcing -
line to show our displeasure over the way wind and partly overcast weather i I II I
today for the office 01
other people run their countries. Maybe,, tonight and Wednesday with scattered I 1820-Lord Strathoona.: Cana1 :
we are wrong. Instead of it being the showers Wednesday. dian financier-statesman, born in I held this office end: during
': Scotland. Died Jan. 21, 1914. repair or modernize any type of
United States of America, with well-de WEATHER CONDITIONSThe I his administration made a capalilo
i I official and a wonderful record fox
insured credit
the title be The'United building on
fined borders may
By MARCY B. DARNALL. severe, heat wave continues;I i 18C9-Frank I. Cobb, Detroit I l'ti m self. He wa considered a
States of America with sidelines all over the South Atlantic and, World fearless!' officer end was one ofI ;
throughout and New York newspaper)
Former Editor:>> of The Key West CitixeaA
the world whenever we have time to attend Gulf States where temperatures!' editor born in Shawnee eo...Kan,I I the most: popular officials in the
to outside business.OPPORTUNITY I are 5 to 8 degrees above the seasonal -. Died Dec. 21. 1923. city. The First National Bank of Key West
novel job for relief workers was average. Yesterday the following -
recently found at Elko Nev. Seven crews I maxima were recorded: 100 !; Judge Jefferson B. Browne returned -
IN KEY WEST degrees, Chattanooga$ ; 98 degree!,,. 1870-Guy Lowell, noted Bos-:I over the East Coast yes- I Approved Mortgage Under the
of them employed to fight ,
were an army !Motile.\ ; Savannah Thomasville,, tot architect, born there. Died tcrjay from Portland Oregon
of, crickets which had become a menaceto -- Meridian and< We wonder if there are individualsin I i of E'ks of the 1 FEDERAL HOUSING ADMINISTRATION
\rmers of the state, and threatened Atlanta Columbia. Knoxville as one delegate !l
complete destruction of their Key West who are not putting forth Pensacola, New Orleans,,,, to The< Citizen-20c I' from B. P. O. Elk551.. this city. ,
Cairo, Little Rock, Dallas and[ weekly. Asked about the tale; of the Jef-

their best efforts in business ways because ..'- -- I: --- i.( ___. _,_ __________ _______ .__
-- -- --- ------- --- -- -- -
of an impression that the oppor ----
comes hard to pay for a dead
tunities in Key West are not as great as
horse but Ohio will pay for six all dead
Do these look to other ....
they desire. people '. i, "
some '70 years. The legislature recently sT4 'r1'*.d..'-
fields with envy? Do they hope that
appropriated $668 to compensate the heirsof

L. W. Burke for six horses stolen by some day they may undertake a task that NEVER A DULL
befits their and ability?
Morgan's raiders near Washington Court-
To such citizens we make the suggestion : MOMENT9n
house during the Civil War. ; ia41xL.iy.
that they review the local field and

revise their ,estimate. It is doubtful if a MISSED THE TRAIN? 11c1wt
"Striking his head on an automobile sy CARES? IT WONT BE A DULL .4 /
there is any limit to what individual citi 'sR.n
mirror while working on the machine was WAIT WE'VE PLENTY of LUCKIES. '4 "
zens of Key West may accomplish if they .,,,.- n
luiky l for Norman Miller -of Arvada Colo. '
proceed with"energy, initiative, dispatchand .r
Anew days afterward he recovered the Xa
sight of his right eye which had gone

blind after a similar accident 19 years be: ANOTHER PACIFIC GAME amSWke


A few months ago the United States r s *

One of the enigmas of the depression fleet engaged extensive war games in

ia ,the fact that the average length of the Eastern half of the Pacific Ocean. --- -- -r

American lives has increased materially Now the Japanese Navy almost two ; : :
since.. 1929. latest!': available figures show hundred warships is engaged in its war : sj

that the life of white men is 60.8G t I ; + !
average game in the Pacific against an imaginaryfoe k 4 L +sn" .oy !'
years while that of white women is 60.04 menacing the Empire from the North- f 1

years. east.

Both fleets are practicing for what z J'7j ,
Without explaining the reason for the i their leaders think will face them in'the 1 : _

delinquency the Pathfinder declares thata next few years. '-j :

bill of 1890.50 rendered for the funeral

expenses of President James A. Garfield THE PARDON RACKET

victim of an assassin's bullet, has never --

been paid by the government. (Southern Agriculturist)

If somebody asks you to sign a petition to

Former Senator Tom Ileflin of Alabama I secure the relearn of a convict from the penitentiary Fl iI
who was relegated to private life I I don't do it unless you know all the facts :

after he bolted the Democratic party dur- in the case and are convinced that a pardon is

ing Al Smith's candidacy in 1928 is on justified. Mare serious crimes are being committed -

the government payroll again temporarily. now than ever before in the history of this .. w w. > NEVER A DULL MOMENT- "'

He will make speeches in the South for country and over three-fourths of them are traceable 4

the Federal Housing Administration for to exconvicts.All Se., I'M YOUR BEST FRIEND,

two m 9ntbs.: No employment would suit recent kidnappings the most heinous of all I AM YOUR LUCKY STRIKE.

him beter than making speeches. crimes have been committed by men who either c

have been pardoned or escaped from a penitentiaryor '

for the criminally insane. These ,, 1 s.,
Governor Talmadge of Georgia an asylum : ,
doesn't like the New Deal. He says: "If pardons,are nearly always secured by crooked attorneys p., ..

you can produce prosperity from scarcity; who are skillful in working up petition I :

if you can encourage private industry to' and :using political pressure.; The escapes are

reach out by scaring it to death; if you. ..bought.with stolen money in nine cases out of I ., :-'J I

cau .Ir.%ke people buy property by multiplying !I ten. ,,,,,1i ft/ .,

taxes; then you can spend yourrclfout It is a very conJmon practice to charge theprt'valflK'e 4F '. fo :'" : l. /-ft

of crime to failure to arrest and convict -
of debt, and drink sober.
yourself ; --d- CgiT It..u.n. cIQ&u.IT'S .-Laassse.i .
the perpetrators but just a casual reading of -
Jn every war more soldiers die from the daily news Mill show that three-fourths of the

disease than from bullets. In the Mexican major offenses against the law and society would

War disease claimed 7.3 for every one,J never have happened if men convicted of serious i There are no finer tobaccos than those used in LuckiesrvmTOPHATif

krjjed in action; in the Civil War about 2 J I crimes were required to serve their full sentence -

tart ; in the Spanish American War 5.2 to I I The real source of the trouble is with mawkishly A --

l.Tind in the World War 1.3 to 1. If Italy sentimental people who sign petitions for pardons MN
and N
FRED AlREllKiJsI11r.intrrxAxes-songs dines$ { >tAe LUCKY. STRIKE Hit Po rrader Saturdays. .C. 7 PM
and Ethiopia go to war the fatalities from : without investigation and weak-kneed Governorswho
disease may be expected to be enormous. : grant them .-



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......................................... IN GAMES TONIGHT t AT LO\VE'SSTORE\
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SPORTS STATEMENTS MADE I sent Key West, thereby making i a i
poor showing as a bunch of clowps]
when they get up against a good ; (By JOVE:) Regular weekl.. shipment of

Editor, The Citizen: I team like those they will encounter' i !! The Social League will put on I fruits and vegetables will arrive
in this tournament at Miami. LIGHTHOUSE AGGREGATION two games at the park tonight.
I will be ever so grateful if you I I tonight by truck :or Lowe'! Cash
| Rule 46 on Page 31 of the Spalding The Service and Lighthouse
bill publish the following as an i DEFEATS BEER BOYS IN Grocery 1117 Division; street.
Baseball Guide reads as follows i teams will be seen in the first
-- to Chas. Lunn, Jr.'., alibi i. I I The
answer { : The batsman becomes abase I. game, and Bermuda Bakery and shipment includes a

+MNTS DEFEAT .eeeeee.eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeoe.e..eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeDOINGS "Why did the Lopez diamondball j I runner. Sec.-6: If a fair hit SECOND GAME AT PARK i j Administration tens in the second large variety of both fruits and
lose to the Basy Bees last i 1
team J ball strikes the clothing LAST NIGHT contest.
person vegetables! is expected to arrive
AROUND THE GOLF LINKS Wednesday night!" of the base I ,
umpire or a runner on j Friday night Bermuda Bakeryand early in the evening.Beheading .
BROOKLYN NINE I First of all why doesn't Chas. I|fair ground the batsman should Cave Inn outfit play the first
Lcnn, Jr., tell the truth about the for first after make : I
start instantly (By JOVE) j game and S. B. Beer and Admin
IN i (By GRAVY) matter and admit the superioriy 'I ing a fair hit. In the last para- The Cave Inn ten and the I itration clubs in the second game. as a form of capital:

CLOSE GAME, te*.eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee.eeeteeeeeocB9eeeeeeeeeeThere of the Easy Bee t'i-imondball club graph of Rule] 6 it states that the lighthouse crew won their I punishment has been abolished by

are four gentlemen in t Bobo Roberts and this same guy over the Lopez team! batsman is entitled to first base last night.In games I' Subscribe to The Citizen-20cI : the Chinese Nationalist govern

LEVELAND INDIANS WALLOP Key West who claim that they'J I had a sister named Magdalene] and Second why the alibi to fool without being put out if before I I weekly. ;ment.
his own self! The good peopleof the first contest the Cave
touching fielder a fair hit ball
a .
'J, have given up the game of golf our hero said he was visiting Bobo -- .
WHITE SOX WHILE CINCINNATI -> because of one reason or another II but as a matter of fact everybody this city who atterd the games!I touches either the person or cloth- Inn boys won from the Administration --- ---- -- -- ---
be mislead as to the reasons -
but of course that \is hard to be-I knew it was a certain young lady cannot ing of an umpire or a base run- outfit Ly a 10 to 5 score.C. - -.
REDS TRIUMPOVER I the Bees always -
H why Busy ----
lieve. Just let somebody cay! '|and soon Atwood let the cal out know ner who is no fair ground. Garcia M. Loj.ez and A. Her -
heat the Lopez teem. They
: CHICAGO CUBS "Let's go out and shoot about nine.I lof the bag, because he went and Dear fans with this quotationof nandez
the Bee team is a bet- were at bat.
that Busy
| holes"] and they wilt' be Johnny- got married to this very same the rule I am sure that unquestionably !
.. ter club than the Lopez ten as a ] Charles] Lunn. Jr.. will In the field Roy, Gos-. Wick-
INterlal Tae ('II....) |on-the-spot. Two of these {gentlemen -I{lovely lady. NOW BIGGER SAVINGSthan
whole, and individually. You can win the distinction of : and Rosam starred.co.e .
*NEW YORK Aug. 6.-The New : are giving: up the game on Well, our hero took up cigar' and in easily King ers
laver with
ik Giants went to victory over account of bad'playing-] another on making and when the war came I ccmpare the of the Cry Babies and Chief Pro- by inning:

Biookljn Dodgers, taking the account of ]losing so many balls' ;along he got into jt and being a e'ery case the superiority of ducer of Airtight 'Alibis for the AdministrationR.. II. E..
ne by a score of 54. The and another 0." account of his: good soldier like his ancestors: Fray Bee plarers: is paramount.As defeats of the great Lopez dia ever with a newGENERALELECTRIC
I to'sportsmanship. the Lopez 101 000 3 5 8'
Ipers piled on young Al Smith wife made him. t{were he got promoted to a sergeantbut mondball team better described by
three runs in the ninth driv- ; to most guys in the war they players can not be compared with their own players as the Red Drag-j Cave Inn.. 040 600 x-10 8 4 i

the southpaw from the box,> Our personal] glimpse today will were always known as a "top- the Busy Bee players.hard] The Busy and gons but known to the Bakers as j I Batteries: Tynes, Malgrat and
Bee fighters
fell one short of tie the be that kick" and never by any other are Little Meek Mouses. C. Garcia
a as boy who has an alibi for Cooper; and Martinez. ,
the last ALL
ball until man goes 'STEEL REFRIGERATOR
rue-leading New Yorkers wonr every shot (bad good or indifferent name. Old Bye worked for the I play The play for which Charles ,
fifth straight victory. ) and I refer to that great Army for 22 months and then down. giving the fans the benefit. Lunn, Jr.. head pilot of the great I.
I ball and taking In the
of good playing second the
he Cleveland Indians got in tl man of the Postoffice. Mr. At. came back to Key West and got a Lopez team is sp worked up about, game Light'l
advantage of opportunity in house ten defeated the S. B. I
f and played heads-up for their wood Grey Sands, Duke of Rock job with Uncle Sam in the post- every and for which Mr. Lnnn claimswas i
order: win. But the Lopez teami I outfit 17 9
pilot>> Steve O'Neill defeating : Sound Old Bye .Alibi Ike of{office and there he is today. to the cause of the loss of his i by a to score. I n = 193'
i all to the: contrary. When they The leaders at Hat
were: Arias
of Rock team Iwill explain again to show
Chicago White Sox, 4 to 2. Eleuthera Island and way, points.j I It seems that the Duke -
behind they :ac!: in spirit Stanley and B. Demeritt.
be New York.Yankees beat the It seems; that Atwood was born Sound also rings on the side but are that the well known distinguishment -
.. sportsmanship and rood fellowship In the field Gabriel] J. Walker I
I that has nothing to do of Mr. Lunn as King of the: ,
0n Red Sox, 10 to 2. In aId very young in life at this place on of course
I. they get to fighting among and L. Castro
as ; played a good
ball game terminated by Eleuthera known as Rock Sound with his golf playing. Cry Babies and Chief Producer of game.
in the first half of the sixth, where all of the natives have nine-1 I IOuI'' hero took up the game to themselves] and offer unkind remarks to'-' Alibis. The explanation follows: Score by innings: R. H. E.I

Ruffinr! pitched his first victor tenths Royal blood and the other!,[ forget his worries but he made a I to the fans as well as so' M. Acevedo doubled to right. A Lighthouse 242 063 0-17 18 3'
the opposing team's players, S. B. Beer 401 202 09 10 11 I
the Yanks, after four tenth is suspiciously like mistake. .he now has his golf Acevedo hits. When the bat hits
very .
: I mach that the players as well I Batteries F. ;
ight defeats.he crawfish blood. I game to worry about.! so the ball and the b llhi th- umpire : Stickney and A.
as the director of the Busy Bee : 1 111IIe Demeritt J. Walker, L. Castro and
Washington Senators slash-] Anyhow, when he was born his He can't or won't use a wood he is entitled to third and on ;

full game off Philadelphia's pa and ma, knowing that he. be-"club so that lets him out of that team have teen forced to call i other hand supposed he would I Clements. i
1 on sixth place by defeating longed to the "Rial-ty"] named him being his most dependable shot. their attention to suppress their j have been sent back to second, 11
He takes old iron and lams the insulting remarks to the fans and j Pena comes and doubles to cen- Standing of the league:
Athletics 10 to 7. It was Earl) for Viscount Grey English statesman an up V
.tehill's tenth truimph of the colonial and gen-II ball anywhere up to 175 yards. If players. The fans are authorized ito ter. Would he not have scored then Club- W. L Pet.
governor critize any player at any time I Bermuda Bakery ...... 3 1 .750
he and Armando would have II :
i eral "big shot." Well)), it seems i it slices into the rough: says, stopped 1 l I
he Chicago Cubj dropped four that Atwood to be the I "If I had hit it a little more to they so feel as they are on-lookers I j at third Then a wild pitch that Service .-..m ............. 3 2 .600

lea behind the leading Giants Duke of Rock grew Sound up and is 3rd I the left it would have been a and it is a part of their privilegeto put Pena on third would! have let I Cave Inn ..._........._.. 3 2 ..600S. | Opacity I

good shot." criticize any player or players Armando scored for exactly the I B. Beer ................ 2 3 .400
ng to Cincinnati 3 to 1. ,: cousin to the Duke of Puddle
i when they care to. Lighthouse _..._.._. 2 3 .400 j
jrville Jorjjens held the Bos- Puddle and 4th cousin to Count Next he hooks! one into the pond same results. So, folks by the m "
I Mr. Lunn asserts that he did! not Administration ___ __. 1 4 .200 6-E Mentor
and "If I had hit it to foregoing it is easily to see that h -- $13789
Braves in check as the Phil-] Rap and Knock of Rock Sound. Also ]- says, more .
'' the right it would] 'have been a get cooperation from the management the score would have ended the Top Modelsas
won, 9 to J. in the first game; his brother is at present Lord I
( I' of the Busy Bee diamondtall: Better illumination of highways; low es..
the series. Mayor of the place. That is, providing i beauty.
The. summaries follow: they have such an office.1 I Then he tops one and foops one I team (Mr. Brantlcy). The cooperation same.What alibi have you to offer is recommended by engineers as! a I
was dependable on the Dumber of accidents. .The G-E sealed-iasteel mechanism has long been famous
NATIONAL LEAGUE But be that as it may. Old Byerays but always that excuse. Then he for Friday night's defeat Charles means reducing for its ]
who unparalleled dependable performance at low cost.
of Busy Bee players
it knocks 275 ,. and Lunn Jr.!
Cincinnati R. II. E. "nothing but the elite come one yards say,
Now new General Electric Rcl'rigeracon-Monitor Top,
would have made the to the
icago _' _, 170 from that place.] "How you like that If I had fol- I trip The last sarcastic remark in KEY WEST'COLONIAL Flatop and Liftop-use 40% less electrical Current and
icinnati .__...310 1 However when our hero was a loved through on that it would'I tournament in Miami. The selection your article I will not answer because have double "cold producing capacity"

{atteries; Carleton WamekeI very small< lad he heard about the have been 280 yards." There is of the players was not made I noticed who signed it. HOTEL !
II i because of their superiority but I S Year Performance Protection for only f 1 a year.
where he the Alibi Ike. B. E. BRANTLEY.
ftephenson; Hollingsworth !streets of Key West being paved :acts name
nnen and Erickson.4t with gold. (This was a good jokeon But anyhow Old Bye can take I because of the: ]likings of Charles Manager and Sponsor of Busy Bee In the Center of the Business I II A new General Electric costs you nothing foe it more than

i ,Atwood the streets in Key the measure of a lot of guys like I I Lcnn. Jr.. better ]known as Tommy I Diamondball Team. and Theater District p pays for itself through its Mvicxs.:

New York R. II. E. ; West then weren't even paved at Swinky Swanky, Pious Grooms the Pilot Owner Manager, I Key West. Fla., I

ooklyn ....._.-----....4 10 2 all, much less with gold.) So our Berlin and once he even took Scout and what not of the Lopez > Aug. 5, 1935. First CIa.Fi..eproofS..i1 :

w York __ ___'--511 2 hero hopped the first fishing Gravy for a merry-go-round ride. dicmondball team. lie asked only I. R.U
latteries: Babicb, Earnshaw andz smack that was bound for there He shoots about 104 for a good players whom he knew beforehand .' i
; Smith Stout and Mancuso.)I Ia parts and before Old Bye knewit game but once he broke 92 and the would be out of the city during 1 COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEIGarag ;' WEST COMPANY
the tournament. Mr. Lunn
J he was in the great City of Key next day he challenged Willie Wat-
Philadelphia] R. H. E.J kins to a match. But Pious wasa Carbcnell if he would go with the ElevatorPopular I Ii

ton......_ ....____. 1 :3 11| West.Well, he met a gay once'named,I gentleman! team. Saturday Mr. Carbonellwas COLUMN I Price

!tadelphia -__"_. 9 8 1 j in Havana, Cuba. He refusedon ... 'f

Jtttenea: u. frown, _enton account of having: to be away. '.................*...... -

Mueller; Jorgens and Todd. jH. j!: PETE NEBO WILL JUNIOR LEAGUE refused He also asked for the Joe same Hale.reason.Mr. Hale He] 1 LOST ;11"1'1.1"11111.

Louis !, left Saturday for the CMTC ....................................p.................................

tduled.] and Pittsburgh, not FIGHT IN CUBAARTICLE PUTS ON GAMESBy : camp. He asked A. AcevedorMr.Aeevedo : LOST Saturday Night, $13 in

., refused because he would bills-1 ten. 3 ones; also small
AMERICAN LEAGUE I I Ii be forced to place a man on tbe ice change. Finder please return i

It Cleveland R. II. F. i wagon and pay him, which would i to 1220 Newton street and re- AUGUST SPECIALS
icaRo __ 273 REPRODUCED FROM ( JOVE) i have been a great loss to him. Heal ceive reward. aug6-ltx

iveltnd *._. ____. _....4 9 0 HAVANA NEWSPAPER DEAL- The Junior Diamondball League I mentioned that he asked John
three with the following the FOUND
Batteries played games Roberta. He misrepresented I
: Kennedy nad Sewell;
Inegarner and BrenzeL ING WITH HtY WEST BOY results. : truth when, he made that statementas i
Firt Game he never asked Roberts at all.I FOUND-Single] key on chain in r

\t j Score by innings: The only person he asked was Peter -I I front of Pepe's Coffee Shop. i LawnMowers GARDEN HOSE
Washington It. II. E. r I
} I 1 Stowers Park- R. H. E.j Castro and Mr. Castro agreed I I Owner may recover same by
ladelphia ..._._.713 11{t (By JOVE:) J I I
{ 001 200 032-8 6 3 to with him. So. of all players] proving ownership and payingfor
thington .., .._._......10 9 3: The following article appearedin go
:t( Giants .. 020 300 000-5 3 41 he asked the only one that was this advertisement.
atteries: Benton Martin.) the Havana daily newspaper Batteries and SaUnero and best aug6-lt 25 ft length !i -
le and Richards Whitehill and I : Fide) ;I I able to go. accepted the j a
on. ; j jt I "El Mundo," on Saturday. August Gates and, Roig. diamondball players in the city I II : Ball Bearfog I

3: iI I i were ignored because they were FOR RENT:

Boston R. H. Kl "Tickets have been sent Pete I I. Second Game I I players of the Bray Bee and not $8.50$1.$1.40

York .__._10 9 0'i Nebo, the Seminole Indian fighter -:I I Score by innings R. H. FI :I I of Mr. Lunn's liking. That is FURNISHED APARTMENT modern : ( ..
I I Cubs 300 052 200-12 12 2 good sportsmanship. Ridicule] Kef; conveniences 628 White orGaiti's
n.i __._....... 2 5 31 from Key West, and that -
one West in tournament by selecting Barber Shop. aug6

ed_Veries, end: Rutting of fifth and inning Jorgcns, rain) j j: has fought all the topnotchers' !, Stowers Park 210-000 2106 JO ,S I I a team to a represent the Conchs i&J : Heavy Galvanized Lawn I. C.'

I rUe and R. ; i the United States. Cuba* and: Batteries: Lowe and"Woodson; I Key Vet, with, a poorta! selected] BICYCLES RENT by the a .
ferrelL' i '
Europe namely: Ross;; Canzeneri, George and Salniero. team by an incompetent manager. sHourqo..lot Week. Repair SPRINKLING :
;I .1 I The Busy Bee team is composedof ill makes and paint them with : O

Louis, and Detroit' not "sched-j Bars,finger. Chocolate Locatelli I Third Game more than the players aked'by Nu-EnameL We carry a full :
and others. He has signed to I Score by innings: : R. II. E. Mr. Lunn to wit: Carbonell.Hale .I supply of parts. Agent for the I

fight Joe Coego lightweight[ Giants 100 001 110 482 ] and Acevedo. The diamond- Rollfast and Dayton Bicycles. i i
AGUE .STANDINGS) champ of Cuba on Saturday Aug-i 1 Bayview Stars-- ball game i is played with ten players -!I. And sell them as low as J5.00 8 Qt 75cBAMBOO $1.35 I C .

: utt 17, at the Polar Stadium in and Mr.' Lunn only asked three down and $1.00 per week. We
510 100 16x-14 12 3
one of the Four Star bouts cf the ]I I Buy and Sell all makes of used
Batteries Almyda and Pierre to make the trip, after being I t tI I
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AMERICAN LEAGUE it' evening. assured they were going to be out" Bicycles. Phone 276. J. 's AND I
)- w. L. Pct. 1 1t "There will also be six orchestras Ray Espinosa. I of the city. ( Stowers company 6IS R.I] Lawn

A. ._ 62 37' .626 i in attendance and dancingwill In speaking< for the Busy Bee street. STEEL RAKES
York 55: 3R .591 ; be held in intermissions be- Leaders at bat were: team and myself as manager of I I I

Co .. 51 42 ..518a tween the fights. This will be a i Russell and Lowe for the Cubs'i said team, I have never refused to PIANO TUNING I Furniture t
big Verbena and for the same price i nad J tin go and Frank for Stowers :
__. __ 5111 .520: cooperate with any team of any 30c
and ...._..47 48 ..495't"lphia you can attend the races at the Park. kind whether diamondball or baseball PIANO TUNER, Lanreano Mo- I
._ 40 50IU: Oriental Park the next afternoon -; Alymyda and Pierce for the to' assist them in any of their] reno. Excellent piano for sale : t Chairs, Rockers, :

l1glon _.42 51 .42-1 ;: ." | Giants and Ray and Espinosa for undertakings and will help anytime ,I I, cheap. 1018. Division street. I Bcndies &: Tables I :

uis .. .33 62 ..34714ATIONAL 1 The fight fan: of Havina have II jthe Bayview Stars. that I am called upon to as-!t jly25-lmo] S up

been calling for Nebo for years sist in any way. either with money. i I :
LEACU: i: and this will be the first time they i In the fieldi the stars were: equipment or with my players. All t ROOMS

I- \V. I. :'ct.ort. will be able to see him in action.I Lones. Villareal. Ray Antonio that they have to do is to let me STANDARD
-- 65 33 ..6631is ; Nebo ij training bard for this Stickney, Woodson, Mario and ,. know what they expect of me and j "THE l\IUNRO"-Rooms unexcelled Cash in on our MONEY SAVING SALE on CAREY'S 75-ft i i
1 and location
in ,
... 6110 .4115' fight and he will give the Ha-I Salinero. j jIt II ensure you that they will get I running water.price 128 N. E. 4th : SLATE SURFACED ROOFING regular $2.75 Roll Special '1
.59 39 .602' vana fens a treat, as he always I what they want. But I do justice i
ugh _.55 41 539ati does. philanthropist born in Boston. 59 the players individually and as > street, Miami. Fla. jly26-lmox
Ito I
... 45 56 .4461! lie will fight :Joe Coego; in 10 years ago. a team. I think, that when a teamis : $2.25 :
''phia U 55 ..441In three-minute rounds. There will It !!t called upon to take part in a FOR .- .
H 56 .440 be three other fights of the Same :Mary Brook Picken of New 1 tournament to represent Key OLD FOB SALETwoI .;

..25 7'5 .250' number rounds.Today's York fashion expert torn at Arcadia -:: West that a team should be selected PAPERS !4
bundles for Be. The Citizen Of-
Kans., 49 I II I that will our city I I,
........................I years ago. ] represent fice. octl6
)DA Y'S GAMES adequately by having a team selected -I t

Birthdays I U. S. Senator Wallace H. '\\ te.1 I ] by some one who is capableof -

MERICAN at Cleveland LEAGUE ........................> Jr., of Maine, born at selecting a team and to having the Lowest-Quality Prices.Printing The Art South Florida: Contracting & Engineering Co.
go Me., 58 years ago. someone that is capable man- :j Press.
:delphia at Washington. Mrs. Theodore Roosevelt, widow age the team while on the playing man aog7SECOND
York at Roston. of the President born 71 years Miller Reese Hutchison of New field. 'and one that knows dia- SHEETS-500 for 60e. Phone 598 White and Eliza Streets

games scheduled.: ago. ; York engineer-inventor, born at mondbalL together with the rules The Artman Press. 11c1

Montrose Abu, 59 years ago. of the game. One that will go out I
ATIONAL LEAGUE Ruth Suckow of Cedar Fall!. and do his utmost to keep the good WANTED "Your home is worthy of the best" :

'urgh at Chicago Ia.. :'author born near there, 43: Dr. James T. Shotwell. Carnegie name of Key West in its proper(i .

inati at Ft. Louiv I years ago. Endowment for Peace official, place-at the head--and not one WANTED-A chance to bid OD. .

Jyn at New York. born in Ontario Canada 61 years with malice and dislike of other][.- TOOT next printing order. Th.t ..............e......p.............ee...e..e.o..o....................:

h at Philadelphia.] Mary, L. C. Bok of Philadelphia, ago. players to select a team to ..ftpt'r. !- _- ,Annum Prep. ani7r '. ;IT.lI'IJT.I.I.lIIi oC


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trxorsist at iroo him. should? What would ,
a* with Why Seeley Knowles left
yesterdayfor Lopez Jr_ was arrival '
Aontorn eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeoeeeeee an
ei 0 danger c G1R
be think! How he would laugh! It
thatMauri vacation with relatives
JU0t er r Africa to tA a and over the East Coast
*. tin firl w.e Ia ,...dn"". would jOlt appeal to his cruel sense Miscellaneous yesterday!!'
to *.Is kin tDf/ to ordrr. la .ar. **.. of humor that I should end up by Shower Given In friends at Key Largo.J. from Miami for a visit with his
Job. tfminff wtt Mark *
we employ* both of ......Bass" falling In love with him! parent.
ttlcrkomed .jr IFawla .steal.. awowaa It win be all right In the morn- Honor Of Miss Melvie NottageA R. Click, of the federal housing -
'e vkem M oie a grtat
deal. en* get t. ean.a ker.R"- lug she comforted herself. "It administration in Key West. James Wells, passenger agent::
pie. .* ,*aeraits kaa aaoed ; most be this ridiculous artificial life.Of who was spending a week end for the Florida
ai n IoI. b.t aka want mere fromKm delightful and enjoyable mis- orated in Eat Coast Kail- i itltdn
yellow containing
than ...UI.t Sh. tcantttoe course It's all rubbish. My cellaneous shower many visit in Miami, returned over the way Company, returned 4'
was given on beautiful
gifts for the bride-to-
nerves are In pieces. When we separate highway yesterday afternoon. day from short
Thursday afternoon at theGuards' a stay in Havanaand
there's Mrs. Steele waiting I be.Mrs. left in the
Armory comer of South afternoon for :Mi
24 I Orion Lounders and
Chapter for him. Of course, he'll marry her. Miss ami.
ard and White streets in Margaret Cawthorn wa;
M'EETINGIT'WAS Look what she can do for him with honorof Misses Georgia Saunders, Dorothy
THE Miss an arrival over the East Coast
all her money HeTI be quite Independent Melvie Louise Nottage, Nottage and Edith Lowe assisted
to Rex Moore that whose marriage to Wilson yesterday from Miami for a visit Sirs N. A. Clark
news of Mr. Albery-of every- Jolly I Mrs. Bervaldi in receiving the daughter of
and her sister had spent body. The first thing be did when begot will be a nuptial event of the guests. with relatives and friends. Siva and Mrs. T .T. Thompson,

the week end at the Albery noose back was to go to see her. near future. The affair was The contest prize was won by who was spending several weeks,:

In'.the country. Well why not! Al And so on. round and round In a sponsored by Mrs. Carl Bervaldiand Miss Grace Rivero. and the door Gutman Kirchik left on the. with' her parents. left yesterday

berg was evidently In love with circle the same thoughts all merging Mrs. A. T. Sjursen. prize went to Mrs. John Costar. afternoon train yesterday for a' afternoon for the home in Miami. -,

Laurie. And when they parted he Into the memory of Rex Moore' The color scheme was that of Delicious refreshments were short stay in Miami on business,, |

and she when this farce had played voice that had suddenly caught her yellow, which was carried out in and will be the guest of his: son. I I t
served consisting of ice cream 9ft JciJt .IACKHALEYS
itself out. Albery would no doubtm.1TJ' heart saying:-"But Laurie. I've I I all of the decorations. and cake, and other delicacies Attorney Jack Kirchik. Ricardo Wallace construction! Qc .
her. And it would be a great lot tell !"
got a to yon Little Lorraine v
Nonage, Fay,_ and in attendance engineer with the United States
everyone expressed -
match for her and a splendid life. Rubbish! What could he have to ) REAM
Elizabeth Bej-valdi .and Mary'I themselves as having Mrs. Cecil Carbonell]!, who .treasury'I' department who was y nn1

What had It got to do with him! tell her! Johnson served mints in yellow) thoroughly enjoyed the many visiting her sisters, Mrs. AcadioHenriquez d! here to inspect progress on the SOTHERN
With Rex Moore It was different.To .
She would have done very well out !
with be baskets, and pulled a car deeI pleasures of the afternoon. and Mrs. Paul Lumley! .1 j repair work being done at the *
begin ,
of being his widow for two years was physicallytnenfftltv ur i&w
grad erhamted______ after_ _his I I and other relatives and friencis,Marine Hospital, left yesterday, tofu&.mLc
He stifled an angry laugh as he n un u left II
arduous flight and he slept quite a yesterday afternon. for her i for Fort Lauderdale. named
rose to go. home in Miami. \t ,I jOuatnZ
good deaL Enjoyable Of Junior
Meeting '
fie a id,5ttga a %
But was going to do very well But when he did wake up now and Malcolm Johnson who war .

ont of it. too. He was going to get then and especially after dawn his Woman's Club Held FridayAfter Leon Saunders, of the U. S. spending a vacation with his

everything be could out .of Albery. thoughts did run on somewhat the customs service in Tampa, whoarrived parent Siva and Mrs. Otis Johnson -

This flight after two years, had same lines as Laurie's although he last week with Mrs. Saun left yesterday afternoon for :;-

been like the taste of blood to aUger was not so shattered as she was by Members of the Junior ""om-, the presentation of prized s!I I ders. left yesterday for .this, home in Wa>hington, D. C..': : ;

and it was only through Al the discovery, but more angry wltb an's Club and their guests enjoyed ice cream and cake were I quarters. Mrs.. Saunders will remain .1(accompanied by his parents who' df-
bery that he could continue his ca himself. one of the most delightful, by the, hostesses who Mrs. '
were: visiting relatives for one will visit for a while with another': :
reer. "Might have made a fool of myself. mid-summer social meetings last! Milliard\ Johnson Mrs.' Joseph month. son. Amos in Miami. .

Laurie was alone In the sitting-! ." be reflected. "What ever Friday ever given by the club. j Lopez and Miss Edith Russell. I' -

room when Rex came back.Gladys would she have thought? That I was In the pleasantly cool and,* Members attending were: Misses I E. G. I!' ROGER PRYOR Id vwy veAat&.. He play.
Fitzgerald conduct Mrs. B. J.
tours Griffin
told me you were here crazy, no doubt. I think 1 am. But beautifully decorated rooms of. Martha Carbonell. Xenia II off on Lmmboxe,4ogopLwngpia+to.isarxpet and AtvcnaJL ret

she said. Her voice was cold but there It Is. I believe I'm in love with the Key West Woman's Club on Barbara Carey Marguerite: t and frequent visitor to Keyest ) afternoon train yosterday for Miami \ -|i zatdttt64EtetOi, in addlEcm to kavi+iq A stalk/ Ainjiny voice
she took an involuntary step forward her. How ridiculous! She hates the 1 Gos.1 \\: arrived yesterday from Havana .[ where she will spend a vacation -'
Division street they assembled for! horn, Romalda Johnson.
as her eyes met his. You ,sight of me." and left in the afternoon forMiami. r' with relatives and friends. -- --
an afternoon of Michigan, Elwood, Geraldine Steadman, [ I
might have let me know.
and social conversation. I Louise Lee Margaret Neff Flor- KITTENS WITHOUT TAILS three of which hail ra: ta": t
I'm sorry I didn't think of If he AND so on and so on. the same I Mrs. Sheldon! Yates who had'
The games were exceptionally! rie Retchings and Dorothy.Cleare. vnre otherwise j f.b! :a.nal : L r
answered. His voice was rough. "1'd u. all merging Into thememol'1 Mrs. Joseph Stkkney left yesterday been visiting relatives and friend I' NIAGARA FALLS. N. Y.-A ': .
interesting and close added)Ito Mesdames
scores Edgar
of Laurie' It Pangle.Vi
face seeing left
clean forgotten that your sister was afternoon for Miami where yesterday afternoon for the _,
here and that I ought to do the proper as if for the first time-tbe sort blue the intensely exciting play.!' liam Arnold. Homer lIerrick.Allan she will spend several toionths home in Miami. I lI rat owned by Mr. and Mrs. Walter :

thing. But. after all It will make eyes tbe loveliness of the little When scores were totalled it was! B. Cleare, Jr., James with her parents. I ____ I Ij Pearl of this city recently gavej; j

things easier for you for her to know trembling smile,.tbe sudden appealto declared that Mrs. James Bradyiwas i Brady, William Demeritt, Harry Charlie Lowe connected with) birth to a litter of nine kittens,!

from tbe first that I'm his manhood tbe fierce desire to 'winner of the Bridge prize; Pritchard, Raymond Curry, O. S.
an unmannerly Mrs. Blondon Goehring and the WPA administration in Mi-,
take her In his arms. And then the Miss Florence Crusoe j
boor! a guest i Long.
I children left on the afternoontrain ami. who wa in Keyest as ajguest Coast and Geodesic I
returned -
lankness when she hurried out of the 1 survey
Michigan and Guests
won prize Ada
Misses Rodriguez
Miss; were:
Her voice was withering. yesterday for Miami where"they of Siva and Mrs. Harry lIeyI -! e
the room with light careless wordsof aftera weekend
Marguerite Goshorn the consola- Rose Appel, Florence yesterday
"I've bad enough of it. You'vecovered will spend a whiiq with relatives 1 ward returned to headquarters'yesterday :
yourself wltb glory again rebuff, like a slap In the face. tion. !;[ Crusoe. Alma HalL and friends. .I I afternoon. ; with friends in 1\1.. i. j
WelL anyhow, be hadn't given i jI
haven't you! Mr. Albery thinks the .. .. .1 i I
himself -- --- -- --- I ---- I
world of you. Your position with him Mr. and Mrs. Alton AHxrtos I EXPERT
Mrs. .
he was splashing In his George Rowe left over the Mrs. Pat Casey, formerly of.t .
is quite safe. We can make an end cold bath and planning to spend the Junior Club Dance r East Coast yesterday for a vL> Kev West but now making her! ;and two children, who had 1 beB! OPTICAL
of it now. can't we! whole of tbe day on the last of the Tomorrow Night with relatives at Marathon |I home with Mr. Casey in Miami.! .spending a brief visit in Key West, I SERVICE

That was the last question you articles for the American newspaper.He left yesterday afternoon after a'

asked me before I went to Africa. had written all the others Reservations REPRODUCTIONSPICTURES 1 Mrs. K. W. Drefekell. who was Pleasant visit with friends. :' with relatives, left Sunday after- I Optical folia tar '
are being rapidly repairs a
he reminded her. You seem to while on his triP. waiting for the the guest Sunday and Monday of It i !noon en route to their home in
think of made for tables for the I part of serviceWe
nothing else. rescue partto fetch the missing dance to Miami. our arc
Mr. and Mrs. Ross C. Sawyer a D. Townsend Smjth; of the! l
"Wb, should I? It was our bar- airmen. He had had no sleep for two be given tomorrow night at the the home on Eaton street, returned _,. I fully qualified and expr.'ie:::rii{1

gain. wasn't It!" whole nights. When this one was Habana-Madrid Club by the yesterday to Miami. .becks MONROE THEATER : to duplicate broken Icn : aru'i J

"YesAnd then all In written be would be able to payback : ,
mo frames
; tit ; on irU-; <
Junior Woman's your
be half the had lent Club of Key t MALARIA Joe I'cnner-Lanny* in
ment. looked at her and she was money Albery t I Miss Lulu Ka. teacher ;
quite different. She him. That would give him a freer West. COLLEGE RHYTHM I
was not the DR. J. A. VALDES
I Wesley House, left yesterday for in 3 days '
same girl. lie could not explain It: hand. In addition to the dancing J- -al"o-----
As to Wanda Steele and his debt a vacation in Norfolk, Va.. accompanied :: i I
be did not .
understand. '
But for the i
numbers there will be I : TUCOLDS I'LL LOVE YOU ALWAYS OrtaoKon Soft-Lile Liceatee
a complete; | by a friend. Mis* Marie,,
first time he saw her blue eyes soft to her be would have to find some I WITH LiqciJ j
and dark like sapphires and her way of settling that. program of other entertainment J Crone, who arrived yesterday aft,,' salve -Noe Dreg first "*. I Matinee: Balcony lOc; OreLe"I' 532 Du.al Street

glossy chestnut hair and he knew I His discovery that he had fallenIn features on which will appear the ernoon from Cienfuegos: Cuba. TONIC..J LAXATIVE : Ira, l5-20c Night: .-

that she was beautiful desirable love with the girl who was supposed names of some of Key West's! SOAP PRODUCTSThese .", > ---_._ --- -. ---- -
wonderful And he said to himself. 'to be his wife therefore bad

"But I don't want to make an end undoubtedly altered his outlook on best talent.

of It-! life but It bad not altered his world With the assistance of George'; -.

And his eyes held Laurie's and as was to be tbe case with Laurie. Mills White, director of music reproductions comprise

strangely enough. It was tbe same Laurie came Into tbe dining-room and fine arts for the FERA'ad- 11 of the most famous subjectsof

with her. She saw him for the first when Rex bad Just finished his ministration, the artists on the internationally known artists.
breakfast. She looked very smart They are in the original colors: FIRMS
time his
strength the floe Jean program have been selected care-.
and cool In her neat dark blue office and suitably framed will add to
poise of his bead
the deep com- fully and the numbers arrangedin *
pelling attire and she seemed to be In high the attractiveness of the home.
gaze of his
grey eyes, the professional groupings.Mr. .
sudden pulsating humanity of him spirits, although her eyes had. a : White has consented to Among the subjects are ",,-en .

when be smiled. She saw him. splendid somewhat! fixed expression personally handle the entire program picturing the Lindbergh flight. Who Rush To Give You Service-Patronize ThemPXGE
wonderful-the most wonderful Gladys had gone to rehearsal In "Anxious Mbments"\ and the fa-
I and will act in the capacityof
Finsbury Park where
man in the world. were 'I''I'I mous picture by James Abbott
master of ceremonies.
opening In another week's time.
And she said to berselfWharstbe :McNeill Whistler for which his
While they were In the nearer suburbs Table reservations can be made
matter wltb me? He hasn't j mother was the modeL
she was staying la the flat; by phoning 713-R. 1
changed. He's Rex Moore-no. he The complete group of 11 pic-
Isn't! He's the Res Moore I dreamed but. later when they went farther tures can be secured from those JOHN C. PARK Star American Coffee ROSES
of! I don't afield the troupe would have to live FINDS AUTO STRIPPED .
him any more. 1 In lodgings again. who offer for sale the famous Lux THIS SPACE
want to go close to him. I want to
Soap. You'll find out how
Laurie had had her breakfast with WORCESTER, Mass. When
stay with
him. I don't want to FLORAL PIECES
away-s' her sister an hour ago. Rex had been Jerry Demirdian of this city re- >e.ee. 328 SIMONTON ST. good it is when you try
for a run around Battersea Park before his stolen automobile he eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeToday's t
covered the first cup, 1b 25c.. SPECIALTY 12
AND because a woman Is always his as his was his custom. found the radiator, wheels, starter, I, Horoscope

more frightened I Well you said we could talk headlights, battery, and tool box P L
that she when she discovers better in the morning. he said had been removed. ree..ee..oe.eeeee.ee.e U M BIN I G LARGO, Ib 18c; PLANTS and VINES

man Is when be loves discovers a man he than loves a "Have you time now!" I I I The child of today will'be' precocious tv. & S., Ib 15c. ..

a woman. Laurie "If yon like. I am not due at the LEGALS and rather rash arid should PER MONTH
suddenly gave a office for three-quarters of an hour. Roasted in Key West by SOUTH
stifled handled
door. little cry and hurried to the That touched him on the raw as I carefully that} the tater ) Duno rUMPS

from IV THE CIRCUIT COCRT. TREY indications of a firm, stead-
"I'm tired-I've got a busy day now onwards every referenceto TIKTH JUDICIAL: CIRCUIT.MONROE ; .' : STAR COFFEE MILL
her fash character be fulfilled. PLUMBING SUPPLIES
tomorrow. association with her employermust COUNTY. FLORIDA. 1STr may NURSERY

fie put Good-night out his hand! but she do. WINNIES\NCKRV.TOUXQ.. I!i There is a, determination- hold 512 Greene Street $3 00

brushed past him. She was shaking "I understand you bad something Complainant to one's beliefs and principles that PHONE 348 Phone 256 .
In yon wish to discuss," he said vs. DIVORCE. l PHONE 597 e
every limb. She was terrified of gruffly. CHARLES E. YOUNG, j I: is good, so 'far as these principles
tumbling down when he would pick Defendant. .:
are good and not
His voice and too'rigidly forced
remindedher -
her and It appearing sworn bill filed]
up she would be lost.
But of tbe man In the train the first In the above stated cause that the;' on other people which will bee HAPPY DAYS ARE
!" Laurie. rye got. a lot to tell day they bad met.And It came to her residence of Charles E. Tonne, th 'I liable to bring trouble and opposi- SELECT SEA FOODS -REA- HERE
yon defendant therein named. Is unknown
tion. I INS U R A N C E
Why even his voice was new! It more that from that moment this ; that he is over the age of
spark had been struck from her twenty-one years; that there 1* no THE KEY WEST
was warm; It drew her to him: It in the State of Floridath e Jewfis6. 2 {11... ... --- 3Sc ;
being that was now alight and that Subscribe to The Citizen-20c
stole round her heart. But there was made her furious service of a summons In Chanceryupon Yellowtail Steak, 2 35c Office: 319 Duval Street s.
and miserable at weekly.
said de
only one whom would bind
thought In her mind-to the same time. fendant.It Yellowtail on Bone, '2 11... 2Sc SUNDAY STAR
t hide this madness from him.
is therefore Ordered that said I
Yes. It was true. Morning hadn't "Jaehae.vllle'e ....... Grouper, 2 11.0. 25c
"Tomorrow will do. she called defendant be and he Is hereby required .rr n..I" -
out changed It. She wasn't mad: he mattered to appear to the bill of complaint TELEPHONE NO. 1
lightly. "Honestly. I'm tired. We 2Sc
2 lLa.
more to her than anything In filed in said cause on or before THE SEMINOLE Snapper, -- Per Year
can talk much better In the morn the world. Monday the 2nd day of Sep Mutton Fish, 2 11... 2Sc.p
Ing. tember. A. D. 1935, else the allegations h.
Through the long sleepless hours (Copyright, im. CoraH Stanton) confessed.It of .said bill will be taken as 4f FRESH SHRIMP Key West's Only Sunday -THE- Try Y... M e.r. At

of the night Laurie said to herself is further Ordered that this =<" Paper Delmonico Restaurant

"I must be mad. I can't be In love Tomorrow FU* and Laurie try Order be published once each week F1:0:1 t PORTER ALLEN
to plait their future.WEDS for four consecutive weeks in The : :: : FREE PROMPT DELIVERY -
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this city.: coeIaf.rl ..* rmtrrtMimmrut a mat-! FUNERAL HOME
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it on duty at this office from Two Comedies Every Room with Combination Tub I DONE BY US
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