The Key West citizen
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048666/00322
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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: October 11, 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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System ID: UF00048666:00322
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overnor Sholtz Urges Solid SCHOOL UNIT IN New Deal Statue for Florida Capital City I FIRE CHIEF GIVES}'Cuban Celebration Program


Cooperation In Efforts Made RAILROAD ROUTE I C t. r I TO FIRE HAZARDS) !Commemorating Holiday Event


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Chief Executive {' Claim* GILFOND MAKES WEDNESDAYBy ,?: yai PREVENTION WEEKIn NEW YORK MAYOR Officials From Havana

Too Much Bickering ;'; BUSINESS TRIP .-
resolution adopted at their i rt
to invitations

Carried On Among,(Residents TO MIAMI' AREALOCAL meeting Wednesday afternoon the i l T. Alfred response Fleming, Chairman from of'l'I LOCAL CARDSLA Affair Conducted Last

the International Committee }
Harris School Parent-Teacher As- r J fori) Night
Fire Prevention Week and from I
WPA ADMINISTRATORTO sociation went on record as being 'the National Fire Waste CUARDIA WRITES TO M E.

(B,. Associate Press) i CONFER WITH CONRAD heartily in favor of repairing the i.:the Federal! Housing 'council'l GILFOND RELATIVE TO San Carlo. theater last night

TALLAHASSEE. Fla.. Oct. 11.: VAN HYNING STATE ADMINISTRATOR of the Florida : tion ht'announced that SETS OF POST CARDS OF I
damaged portions ti i been I was the scene of one of th.
Bickering Florida pee: participating actively in thei ISLAND CITY ]
East Coast Railroad and opposedto I
I observance of National Fire Prevention grandest celebrations commemorating *

pie OB federal WPA project. and.imilar M. E. Gilfond WPA district converting it into a highway, Week, which will close to-!!: Mayor Kiorella La Guardia of
manager in Key West left by j!New York is interested in the new the historic day on which
undertaking was blamed I morro'T.
plane yesterday afternoon for Miami super or otherwise.The I i sets of post cards recently com- "El Grito de Yara" founded
today by Governor Shoats for to meet Conrad Van Hyning, discussed from H 4j.n I Harry Baker, Chief of the Keyj;| pleted for Key West by the local was
FERA administrator for Florida. subject was i West "Ire Department has given'warning : WPA administration, and writes by Carlos Manuel de Cespedes,

w hat be described a. "growing a in-I Mr Gilfond was accompanied by many angles and it was decided : i to local citizens against jI !| 31. E. Gilfond he is awaiting samples which has been held i. Key West

difference" ia ,Washington toward Arnold Tanner sanitary engineerin that the old slogan "United We ; I certain fire hazards, and has!i of the cards "with a great
Key West.It I I deal of interest." ia manjr years.'
project sent up from Flor' is planned to.make a surveyof Stand and Divided We Fall- is, been heartily cooperating with I!|I When the cards were plannedand

activities on the Florida Keysin applicable in this matter as the or- the national movement toward)j work began on subjects byI Local delegations and entertainers -
ida. order that Mr. Van Hyning may fire prevention. I administration artists painters
I i in conjunction with a
ganization believes a solid front In view of its stimulation of
"It we must rhave squibbles'' get a clear nad comprehensive out- :and etchers Mr. Gilfond wrote to
), line of alt activities in the devastated : by the people in this matter ,will modernization of existing build- :his friend Mayor La Guardia asking group of eminent men from Cuba,
about these projects let us settle area, and make an intimate ings, and construction of new if he would accept a set.
:' study of conditions. "save our railroad system and the buildings according to high tech-I The letter received from the I commissioned by the Cuban government

our differences at home and then I After gathering his data the I revenue for the schools." nical standards, the Federal Housing New York executive yesterday by and led by Commander

go to Washington with a united; Florida administrator will come to "If the railroad," they say "is Administration has a direct Mr. Gilfond expresses his appre-I
Key West accompanitd by Mr. interest in the fire prevention ciation of the thought and his anticipation Franco Granero, personal representative -
front" said the Governor who converted into an auto highway, movement and with this in
Gilfond and Mr. Tanner and it is mind of receipt of the cards.'
expected will remain here for a we will probably be unable to every educational medium at the The set of post cards consists of of President Mendieta
just returned from the national
short time inspecting the progressof operate the schools of Monroe I This design Is being considered bV! the Florida New Deal Statue disposal of the Federal Housing six subjects of last year 12 reproductions i er. in attendance to take part
capital. the administration in Key county." It was pointed out that Association for erection in Tallahassee, tbe Florida State Administration has been utilized, of paintings and six
Capital honoring President Franklin D. Roosevelt. Vice President to stress the importance of eliminating I of in a deeply interesting sod entertaining -
West. reproductions etchings. They
Governor Sholtz has always stood John N. Garner and National: Democratic Chairman JamesA.
"I found a growing indifferencein Farley. This sketch is by Warner Sanford talented young fire Iia ards. I I are considered exquisite by critics. program.Dr. .
the which
for meant
things rev Florida artist.
Washington toward some Florida L --
GRANADA COMINGTO enue for the schools and has always Juan Ramon O'Farrill, 75

projects because: of the many endorsed schools and their ,- -- ----- .. -- MRS. HILDEGARD OH RUSSELL years old Cuban petti**. who is

opposing views being presented PORT TODAYVESSEL maintenance. I always present in Key West for

There were 98 members present PLANS BEING MADE FOR ERECTIONOF celebration, WM oe of the
there by Florida people. It is this
at the meeting and practically I speakers and took up the matterof

which we should overcome by HAS SIX PASSENGERS! all of them participated in the STATUE HONORING ROOSEVELT Key West's condition at this
discnssion relative to the subjects APPEARING IN GEORGIA PAPERsplendor t time due to the ravages of the
agreeing among ourselves and WHO WILL BE ENTER- uppermost in the minds of all storm on the Keys and destruction

then going to Washington with a TAINEDSix thniking people in Key West and AND LEADERS DEMOCRATIC PARTY -- of the railroad.Mr. .

especially those who have chil- At the invitation of W. F. Mel- lie the most perfect fish- O'Farrill said he always
united front." dren to educate. -- looked on Key West a* tile birthplace -
ton, columnist vith The Griffin
j jng grounds in America, '
At the conclusion of the business (!I.$<<'I.. t. Tae Citiseu) of Cuban liberty and as apart
The Governor said he visited passengers are listed on the I I Ga., Daily News Mrs. HildegardOtt "What man admits to have so
of the meeting a brief program of TALLAHASSEE, Oct. II Aplan the Florida New Deal Statue as- of his home and what was
several departments in Washington pre-arrival passenger list f entertainment war presented as sociation, which has been incor- Russell of Key West wroteas far outgrown his boyhood as not I disastrous to thin city sorely
Steamship Granada, due to ar-
in honor of
and found "Florida people up rive this afternoon j!I follows: to erect a statue porated under Florida state laws.. a guest writer for that period- to have a lurking desire ,to run wounded him. lie promised to
in port on one
1 ;II j Solo-Miss Ruth Roberts. ; When the statue is erected ical an article Key West which do all in bra to awaken the
the on
there opposing the projects which of the regular cruises of the line)I President Franklin D. Roosevelt; away some day,an *
.- y" reproduced herewith ag'tfc. & ot
Reading-Miss Leota GriIlio1lI Sponsors believe, news reel : egpte I'gMM
other Atlantic"and Gulf ] content! If he Is'wise
Florida to he
people have recom ports. ,
j I the '
Piano number-Miss Cleo Kemp. and leaders of national democratic cameramen press association rep- "Would you go adventuring! support for Key West and be-
mended." Passengers are: Merritt F.!I f The room mothers have planned 4today )! resentatives and radio If so, something a bit unique will come to Key West. lieved that through the press of:

A particular instance he said, Wyatt William S. Coombe, MissA. I a Hallowe'en party to be held on party was announced ( casters will spread news broad-r awaits you in Key West. It is hard "There are 656 known varietiesof Cuba and influence of the thousands -
Mr. and Mrs. Mait-
the school October 22 and ) to realize that this is 380 rare and beautiful fish here. To business and offi-
was the Florida on Parade ex- grounds with the two-fold purpose tures of the event throughout spot j men
land Jones and Mrs. R. D. Jones. I
a committee was appointed to I i every state in the nation, since miles further eo.ilh than Cairo, this end an open-air aquarium has I elate who have a WarM spot in
position being proposed for Or While the Granada is taking oil been built-a
of expressing to the president unique institution
I make the necessary arrangements. i the enterprise is entirely originaland Egypt. I their hearts for Key West some
lando. Federal financial is and provisions at the Porter dock which draws thousands
help of visitors.litre
novel and has wide imDlira-- "It has been the battle groundof of the aims and deares of the
being sought to provide suitable the passengers will be entertainedby the gratitude and respect of Florida tions and a national interest ap the Indian the cache of the the fish exposed to the violet people may be brought' to frui-

buildings to house the exposi-, members of the recreational I JAS. ROBERTS INRACEFORCOUNCIL and of obtaining nation-wide pirate and thet playground of the rays retain their natural bril-
division of the FERA, headed by peal.This liance of color. tion.Manuel
tion. publicity is expected to wrecker. Martinez, OB* of the
I Clem C. Price. publicity for this state. "Here fires of burn "On a recent tour of inspection
opal in the and of
have a potential value based on visiting delegation< one
"When I went to some of the I S. F. Hildebrand of'the United I
Sponsors of the plan which has the cost of advertising space i tropic dawn and pagan sunsets Cuba's greatest and most forceful
offices up there in behalf of this I STR. CUBA HAS been cabinet officers(1 necessary to duplicate the widespread blaze a strange and awful glory States** Bureau of Fisheries stated: speakers spoke at great length on
Orlando project" said the Governor I approved by ;(! effect of the statue upon the white sea-bottom streaked 'No other place can such a Key West and her need and held
"I found some Orlando pea MAKES FORMAL ANNOUNCEMENT and high ranking state and party!' cation which would run into with areas of cobalt and olive" wonderful collection' of tropicalfish I the audience in the grip of his enthusiasm -

ple actively opposing it. The 33 PASSENGERSSTEAMSHIP ; IN THIS ISSUE OF officials, say that a heroic-size'; lions of dollars. dedi-I greens. be seen. and oratory. His magnetic -
bronze statue of President Roosevelt -I' Sketches in plaster of the "At night the heavens lie in the "Emory Lowe Pierce a Key personality and vivid descriptions
same is true of other projects. THE; CITIZEN Vice-President John N. Gar-'. posed statue have been waters at your feet, while every West youth, was appointed super- and word pictures of

"Other states are succeeding in COLORADO DUE ner and National Democratic i 1 by a nationally known salt breeze whispers of past romance intendent of the aquarium otf June I what has been in the part, of Key
getting projects through Wash- Chairman James A. Farley, will:1 Announcement will be ulptor'l and a city beautiul to come. 7. Unlike most boys, he appreciated West and Cuba, and what he
TO ARRIVE IN PORT TOMORROW James Roberts known to his (I Tranquility prevails! the near at hand'; and instead feels will in the future traad-
ington because they decide at be erected at Tallahassee the of the final decision of officers ofl j I be ,
home what they want and then MORNING host of friends in Key West as Jim, state capital, next spring. I I[the New Deal Statue association'I "Here men of English descent crowded of taking branch some of already over-the scended any other oratorical) ef-
learning at
announces his candidacy for city The project is to be underwrit-J Jon design and the selection of who love to call themselves Conchs fort heard in Key West in many
the Washington officials are not I University of Florida he ,
councilman in this issue of The ten by sustaining memberships in the sculptor. ., (konks) because of the magnificent specialized years.
confronted with conflicting views.It Citizen.Mr. ) pearl-bearing conch shell that' in marine biology. So presto< ,' Jose Marquez, vice president of
Steamship Cuba of the P. and --------- -- the job was for him when
is essential that Florida shoulddo Roberts is best known -;--< --- --- abounds, in these waters, stretch I ready I San Carlos Inntttate, was another
likewise"The i O. S. S. company arrived yesterday -I among; the business and profes- ROWLANDIt\ It ItI CieJr long legs on the soft white I he came home;, speaker whose beauty of language -
aternoon from Havana with "Upon the occasion of
sional world of Key; West throughhis ,WPAfNGINEER > 1 1i I4 ach where the FERA in one of I appointment and poetry' of expression
Governor stopped off in
i two first class passengers for Key I congratulated his
connection for years with the its rehabilitation projects has, charmed hw hearers as he reviewed -
Washington on his return trip West; 27 first and thrive second: I II i erected thatched cabanas for the! mother whom I chanced to meet:I
I Peninsular and Occidental Steam- HERE TAKES : events of the past and
from Boston Mass., where he at- I class for Tampa. The ship sailed i ship company and with the First, :j OWNiLlFEI tourists while the voices of little on the street and she proudly re I briefly told of the history of
tended the northern i 6:30 o'clock for her destination. plied:
annual meet- children the Fi
I National Bank of Key West. 1 playing around in safe Cuban insinuations and organizations -
ing of the Committee of One Steamship Colorado of the He is probably better known to I! waters Insure! complete content- 44 'Oh, Emory Lowe is doing just in Key Went.
Hundred, an organ ation com- Clyde-Mallory Lines is due to ar-'|i the voters of the city as candi-: II OFFICIAL HAD BEEN ON BUSINESS -:I WAS MAN WHO DROWNED HIS ment. what he likes best to do! He has I The first acMreac of the eve-
posed of wealthy northern resi- rive at Key West tomorrow morn-i x "Here the of the always taken a great interest in
I date for the office of city tax-as- i rays sun are ning was tll&t.f Enrique Es-
ing from New York enroute to I i iVILIJE. fish!r
dents maintain winter homesat I 1 that
turns violet
I I sessor-collector: and, as is pointed II so strong glass quinaldo, president of San Carlos -
Miami Beach and elsewhere in.. Tampa. I j out by his supporters and also his FLORIDAF. I THEN CONFESSED while lying in the sand. What an "Doing the thing one likes beat Institute one of Key West's
Florida."I I Fruiter Granada of the Stand- [to dot! What a for
opponents conducted a campaign I asylum for little ones afflicted I I panacea un- youthful but moot ffaeat speakers -
found nearly everybody at] ard Fruit and Steamship!!' company, with rickets! Efficacious wen rest!
which was clean in every particular as i who hi a brief speech reviewed -
the meeting to be bullish on flor- is scheduled to arrive in port this, and won the admiration of II. McKinley! senior engineer! nT A..isird Press. for adults suffering from asthma,j "Key West waters are still the activities of the Cu-

ida's prospects for a most excel- afternoon from Philadelphia with: everyone including Sam B. Pinder, PONTIAC, :Miclu, Oct. 11.- bronchitis, arthritis and kindred teeming "virgin sofl" for the eager bans in Key West and paid tail
lent winter ," Sholtz said. passengers. in charge of WPA activities in ailments. pioneer. Here the possibility of I .
season i who was victorious: in the election.Mr. j bnte to the live.. of those who
"The early cold weather in the Roberts says he will con- Key West returned this morning! Ferrin Rowland. 36-year-old farm- "Key West has a' year-round discovering some new form of life have been identified with the advancement -
north will result in earlier in- who drowned his average of 73 sunshine. awaits the wistful adventurer."
an IVY WILL LEAVE 1 duct this campaign for councilman on the plane from Miami after a: er-woodsman percent of Cuban and American
flux of winter visitors. I am along the same lines and from the two small step-daughters because The most reserved tourist praises interests in Key West.
more than ever confident it will assurances given him by his many brief visit in Gainesville.Mr. i iI I 'its equable climate."I In acknowledging<<: receipt of the He was followed by Mayor Wm.

be Florida's biggest and best sea- HERE TOMORROW\ friends and admirers feels that he McKinley left for Tampa they "just got in my way." and am convinced that this islandin article Mr. Melton pays tribute to If. Malone, who delivered a

Ban.'* has an excellent opportunity to confessed the killnig, committed its iridescent surroundings the writer end assures her the (Continued on Page Four)
become one of the next group to Wednesday, : 2. Departing, should never have been an indus- readers of the column in the news
he bachelor. Returning, he' suicide today. trial and its moodis will appreciate it.
VESSEL GOING TO WEST admniister the affairs of Key West was a town changing
His application to have his name is a benedict. He was accompanied -' In his Confession yesterday in every way justifiable and Quimby Melton, son of the Mr.
HABANA-MADRJD CLUB COAST TO REPLACE Rowland for of- Melton mentioned above is editorof !
placed on Jhe ballot filed with by Mrs. McKinley wbo calmly repeated promising. HABANA-MADRID CLUBCordvsjljt
ANOTHER BIG City Clerk Wallace Piadert carries ficers here his account of taking I "Here the royal poinciana tree The Griffin holy News and is -,
RANGE LIGHTS will be welcome addition to KeyWest' )
expected to arrive in West to- :
bursts forth in wilful exhuberance \
the of menprominently }
the girls Katherine Woodin, 6.Jand I invites! the Aaserican4eoptie :
DANCETomorrow identified in business and professional younger social set. :I from May until August. Yes, as I morrow to conduct an investigation -, to participate in the
Virginia, 2, to lonely Bloat
Tender Ivy, of the lighthouse circles in Key West. ;,look.I out of my studio window at into the deaths of veteranson :
.. Night I department is scheduled to leave HOLIDAY NOTICE lake near here on the night oft I|this writing I can still see flashes the Keys during the hurricane.' ..
at the most popular Night Club port tomorrow enroute to Char- DIFFERENT BIRTHDAYS September 17, twisting a wire'I,of reds among the long brown He is chairman of a committeeappointed i :

in this city where you tan reallyenjoy 'lotte Harbor to replace two range Saturday, October 12, Colum- weighted with a plow point around beans of yesterday's blooming and by the St. Louis convention TONIGHT AT 9 O'CLOCK
an evening of real enter-{flights: at the entrance to the harbor WEST END Wis.-Twins a boy bus Day a legal holiday in the their necks, and rocking the boat the green ones of this season. Never of the American Legion to I II'
tainment and drink 4elicious' re- and girl, born to Mr. and Mrs. Wil- State of Florida, this bank will j have I been more profoundly thoroughly investigate everythingin '! honor of the Cuban. Delegate
freshments at popular prices. j Tender Poinciana is still engaged liam Zimmerman of this ciity, not be open for business on this to which he had taken them untilit thrilled by a tree! In fact, I con- connection with these deaths I, and Cuban. Army and Navy

Script $1.OO From 10 till ? in work at Clearwater Harbor will not have the same birthday. day. I tipped over. fess that the poinciana is entirely and will meet with local legionaries -; Officers
,I II and the Tender Ppppy is in Key t The girl was born first and the THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK. The bodies were recovered Wed- responsible for my 'urge.! and others in Key West tomorrow (

i [West undergoing repairs. 1 boy arrived four days later. octlO-2t, nesday night. "Around this jade and crimson 1 and Sunday. ,

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Published tta .:r I&oepU-Suelay By I It TODAY'S MATHER: T odafa.
TUB .ITI/fc.K il HI.I1IU.IO-. INC. Italy's war in Ethiopia has ,again "attracted tfo xsrrs t r-REGRI CKarEww ..
1. P, ABTMV.N PrrUe FAl10iK ORAAIA'ANNA + .... -
attention to the military and
JOB ALLEAuiyaat Buslat.. Manger1"rom com- K MARC*' I-_
Thu Citizen Building i
GAp 90
mercial importance of the Suez Canal :
Corner Greened A .n Str-et LARENC. IS R which connects the Mediterranean and tLV .6ipYi'A.5P Highest ,-, .-. .--.- -.-.--. .12 inches, and pressure is low southward er com o;
Dan, In West and Ifonro
Only Newspaper Key aIO wNt the dat'|
County lied Seas, and crosses the Isthmus of Suez, -- J Lowest -- .-- -_, ------ -- 77 t over the Plateau region V"
Entered: at Key WestT Florida as .< -ond class matterEIrTYalxTI ss DlP.l Tfo I v Mean ...._ou.___ ...-.......-.._.....-80 !]I i comes -
IE\U---- its total length being 87 statute miles. Normal Mean __________..__ ..80Tcmpratsirs Tonopak, Nev., :29.86: inches; while i I'very h .
MeanWr of the Associate Press Through this canal all traffic be- Raiafsll pressure continues high over most I I I become
the. Associated Press Is cxclasjrely entiUed to use J 1 sections from the Plains States
tar rct Vi* *C.)a of all news <*i.r cbes credited to tween Italy and Ethiopia must pass, and L4 P j M1 I Yesterday's Precipitation .01 Ins. eastward Knoxville, Tenn. and I friends and sea .
it Jr not otherwise credited In 1 paper and also r'1 e ] tot the c,><
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tn. local news published hereNATIONAL the tolls which Italy will be obliged to pay Normal Precipitation .20 Ins. Charlotte, N. O. 30.30 inches.,,
TklM rrrr rovers Z4-ho.r **rl.4 manifested. 5.c.< e1
will reach an immense sum. r.dl.g .! It .'rl_" this t.r.i.g.T.morr.w' Rain and snow has occurred since is indicated w. h e
) E.Wlv yesterday morning in of -
The Suez Canal was begun in 1859 Alssaaa prosperity in life.
f II AS.SX.f'\':JON i. Sun rises __.h.w ____._._ 6:24 a. m. North Dakota and Minnesota,
<=/t l93 SSSBSCRIPTIn and was opened to traffic in 1869. Since Sun seta ____.+..____..___ .:03 p. m. rain on the Pacific coast from Subscribe to The Citizen.
KATE! that time it has been widened and deepened Moon rises __._.__...?.. 6:18 p. n. San Francisco northward in the
lm. Year ___..__n _n.h.h..nh_ __ $1'0fr Moon ......._.._..._ Lake region and Ohio Valley andshowers I and readings also be'
1 Months _..--h.--------.--.----_. __ so that it now has a minimum depthof sets 6:46 a. m. frees are ; w
Month li: I r in southern and northeastern normal in the Lake region. while
Ono Month ______ -- about 12 feet and a minimum width at ; I Tomorrow Tad. Florida. Unseasonablycold in
Weekly __n __::::_._ ._. :0 [: ;* A.M. P.M. I most other sections tempera-
n n'"ERTJDNG n RATES! I, the bottom of nearly 200 feet. IT'S TRUE.ibot rGAReo high; ____.._.__-.___.__ 9:50 9:30 weather prevails this morning: tures have risen and are now gen-
Made known on appllc Uion._ The canal was built by the French, LANDS PIaURFGOER'AIAGAZMES VON EuG. Low .---..___-_... 3:17 3:06 in the Dakotas and erally above normal.G
SP.XI.U-: : NOTICE Devil's Lake, N. D., 11innesota'j t S. KKXNEDYOfficer .
All reading notices cards_of thanks, resolutions of with the cooperation of the khedive of FI Fgtv.BEACTING Barometer 8 a. m. today minimum temperature
in Chargei
respect, obituary notices etc,. will be charged for at Sea level 30.01.
but in 1875 the British PERfORMANC ,
the rate of 18 cents a.:1in;- Egypt, government .
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,churches from which ( W -----
Notices for entertainment
a reTtnveIs to b derlred. areG cents a line. bought the khedive's interest, nearly one- WEATHER I FORECAST

sion-of Th Citizen public Is ls...air esr.open-.nd..forum ttb4ectB and of local invites' or general discus half of the total issue of stock, for a little Ip// ,
Interest but It will not publish anonymous' coramunlcatluns. (Till 8 p.m., Saturday)
than 20 million dollars.
more Key West and Vicinity: Mostly
Its building was facilitated by several H Ht cloudy with occasional light show-i For a Limited I

large depressions in the desert of the n I i
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isthmus, which became lakes when water 1'FAR Ntti// uyuNERA {J /I J

from the two seas was allowed to flow in. f J-' ) .: .. Time OnlyOne I
WILL always seek the truth and print it II
These lakes form about 21 miles of the ThtW l t REGINALD
without fear and without favor; never be c NSrAI DEN NX taw f///G \ I
course of the canal.In COLLIER THE+ CAST CfANNA I
afraid to attack or to applaud right
normal times between 5,000 and 4 -..--
always fight for progress; never be. the or- EUROPE TO K TREATED vIBIQH+f GREATEST :
6,000 ships pass through the Suez Canal INflJUN IT WED HER PRAUATie STORIES i/ "
gan or the mouthpiece of any person, clique, 9t"IT'S LIFE M A CRITICAL U1NEH f Cf AU.HOTDR/ :
each year, the merchandise averaging
faction or class; always do its utmost for the it4Mostly I g Universal or HotPoint
around 30 million gross tons.COUNTERFEITER TRUE! that May Robson-niother. grandmother and
public welfare; never tolerate corruption or grand old lady of the stage and screen-has been working at the Cloudy Showers I !

injustice; denounce vice and praise virtue; same studio with Greta Garbo for several years but she plays ers tonight and Saturday; gentleto ElectricIron
commend good done by individual or organization NO. 1_ her first Garbo role as the witty. dowager mother of Fredric moderate northeast and east HOUSEHOLD IRON I

; tolerant of others' rights lews and March in 'Anna Karenina', Another interesting fact which winds. An exceptionally well constructed -
artist Wiley Padan points out is-"Freddie Bartholomew, ten. Florida: Mostly cloudy, occasional Iron for general I I
opinions print only news that will elevate With m'ost of We country's more des- year-old star in 'Anna Karenina'. survived the Los Angeles light scattered showers tonight point Finely

and not contaminate the reader; never coat perate public enemies in prison or dead Board of Education 'I. Q.' examination with a rating of 130-a and Saturday. edges.tapered Nickel Plated.and beveled With a one jar guarantee ,

promise with principle.! government secret agents continued their feat difficult for sixteen-.year-oldsl"' Jacksonville to Florida Straits: I

._ ..,._ Gentle to moderate northeasterly =and
war on criminals in general a few days ago winds and mostly overcast weather -

by capturing the nation's biggest counter- sucker list than to gain social re-I tonight: and Saturday with scat I
Times are better-thare are less firesin feiter, whom they had long sought. KEY WEST IN cognition. '. tered showers. a Pin-It-Up
the nation. East Gulf: Moderate northeasterly -{,
Shadowing a man they had seen buying DAYS GONE BY Troop 2, Boy Scouts of Jesus winds and mostly overcast Y
engraving chemicals in New York, they del Monte, of Havana:, about- ;min I weather tonight and Saturday. Handy Lamp
We speak of idle rumors, but they areas Happeniots Here Jatt 10 Years number attended Sunday morning -
raided his apartment in Union City, N. J;, Ago Today As Taken From 'r'of
busy as bees, and just as full of sting. I mass at St. Mary's st WEATHER CONDITIONS
finding an elaborate counterfeiting outfit The Files Of The Citizen I The Sea church. Father A. L. BOTH

The Italians are right. They are not and arresting their man, who was foundto ConJ II Maureau celebrated the mass and: A disturbance is central this I I
at the Cuban preached the sermon in Spanish.I
Yesterday morning over the Canadian North- $ Q55 I
making war on Ethiopia. It is a mas- William Watts, whose output of sulate Consul Domingo Milordwas Officers and members were very

sacre. spurious currency is estimated at nearly a presented, by the Cuban much pleased to hear the servicein r for.
million dollars.So Legion, with a diploma which confers -I their native language. I KEY WESTCOLONIAL O I

Advertising is known by the companyit on the consul the distinctionof I HOTEL
nearly perfect were the bogus bills off The recently reported sale of, ;R
being an honorary
keeps. Your business message -in The that many bank tellers had accepted themas the legion. Only one other such!' the Over Sea Hotel has been con- In the Center of the Easiness Terms 55c down
Citizen is welcomed by the best familiesin summated. The transfer of the I
genuine. Only a few weeks ago one ofVatts' honorary membership has been and Theater District
the city. \ conferred it is said, and the re-' property will become effective 75c a month for
$20 bills was passed; off on Secretary this
Thursday of week. The trans- ,
cipient of this honor was President First CIa.F".prfSeaaible -
A young swain told this writer the of the Treasury Morgenthau, and Gerardo Machado of Cuba.' action involved the sum of $135- Rat.. !I 4 months
when a bank rejected it he turned the Legion Commander Valdez, of!! 000. The purchasers are the realty
other day that he was sorry h might have.to the Cuban made the firm Whalton and Roberts and COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEI
joke on his chief clerk by asking him to Legion, presentation Bernard Roberts and W. S. Scho- The West Electric
_- leave Key West. We don't blame him; address. Other addresses! Key' Company
change it, and got good in return. neck. Cara .
.. she is a nice girl. money were made by Dr. Pedro Dorval!! Elevator I
While it is unlikely that this clever vice president of the Emigrados Popular Prl..
1 Harry Boyajian, of the Vic
Revolucionarios Cubanos and
counterfeiter will be able to make
Wealth will take care of itself; what any Commissary Officer Nodarse of Realty company returned yesterday -.. ....-- -. -- ..-.. .
more bank notes for good while lot of from business visit to New ---
: this country needs is somebody to see that a a the Cuban Boy Scouts. All ad- a
his imitation money is still in circulation. dresses were in appreciation of York. During his stay in the me- a
- the average man and woman gets a breakin the faithful service rendered his tropolis Mr. Boyajian talked Key

the battleto- live. country by Consul Milord. :: West so effectively that he has '"
GRIM MEMENTOES induced a number of friends and

Key West Electric their friends to come here and I
Regardless of the outcome of the initiated yesterday its bus company servicein possibly invest. Mr. Boyajian's UPUse

Ethiopian affair the crisis h 's revealed astonishing Stored in a sub-basement of the State, Key West. For the time being slogan is "You may think you have

backing in Europe for the support Wan and Navy building in Washington, the busses are operated in con seen! Florida but you have not
seldom seen by is the most inter- nection with the street car lines really seen Florida until you see
of the League as an instrumentalityfor anyone but it is intended to eventuallyhave the Keys and Key West.

peace, esting collection of relics connected with bus lines on all of the streets

the assassination of Abraham Lincoln, including now covered by the street car sys- The fishing Smack Eagle, which ZILOAPAINT Sherwin Williams ProductZilo
has been r
out on banks for
The advice is to keep the feet on the the principal exhibits introducedby tem. Frank Fleitas of the Monroe several days returned yesterdaywith
Theater, had the distinction of
:-:: ground, says the Key West Citizen. But the prosecution in the military trial of being the first person in the city't a catch weighing .approximately

oil companies and auto manufacturerswould the conspirators who planned the crime. to ride on the bus. They are 5000 pounds.B. .
is a Pure Lead and Zinc Paste. It is Absolutely unadulterated
Among these exhibits are the .45 operated from the corner of Mar-
rather the people keep their feeton .
P. O. Elks have
appointed a
garet and Southard streets and -Contains no Substitutes. Can be used Inside or Outside.A .
the accelerator.-Sarasota Herald. caliber Derringer pistol with which John run along to white where they committee of the members to visit

Wilkes Booth shot Lincoln in the old Ford turn and proceed to County Road the schools tomorrow morning at
9 o'clock to deliver addresses
- A Michigan man is suing for divorce theater on the night of April 14, 1865; the and taking the road to the Havana native to the reconstruction of 25 POUND CAN OF ZILO MAKES ABOUT

:: because his wife concealed until marrying bullet which killed the President; the knife American Cigar factory. the Frigate Constitution. This is
: him that she had a wooden leg. The ad- with which Booth wounded Colonel Rath- William Diaz Castillo, was one a part of the program to be carried QUARTS

- bone who tried to prevent his one of the prominent Cubans arriving out by the Elks during "Old
vantage of sitting on the lap of the girl escape; Ironsides! Week".
- one is courting before marriage is of the assassin's boots, slashed by Dr.amuel'Mudd Saturday to attend the anniversary
ap celebration of ."El Grins. de, 25 Pound Can Zilo Costs $3.50
set his broken
parent. in order to > Yara"lIe was former editor of BENJAMIN LOPEZ,
Booth's *' hist1e, 'd-% tit!tlI5 ulion..and is the author ofa
leg; pocket compass, s\ : FUNERAL HOME

_ A dictatorship, such as that of Italy | die. necktie. diary. and several other,.,ar-< Presidept.book entitled the Biography' of i- Serving Key West:' f- 5 Quarts Linseed Oil costs 1.45
Alfredo\ Zayas president
- by Mussolini, is a stern warning to the tides pertaining to the tragedy. .- of Cuba.. 24 Hoar Half Ambalsae Century Service

people of other nations. No man is sane These relics are kept with army court Licensed Embktsner.

enough to have absolute power; no man is martial records and other archives:; in the Editorial comment: It is much Phone 135 'Night 696-U $4.95
easier to get name on the
_ so constituted that he can exercise unquestioned custody of the chief clerk of the judge advocate __ ._-.... I %
. general's office of the War De-
authority personal)
aggran- .
dizement to the detriment of all. partment, and are occasionally allowed to MAKES PURE LEAD-ZINC PAINT COST

be seen by persons especially interested.

Eritrea. Italian East Africa, almost 55c per quart $2.20 per gallon

half as large as Italy itself, includes less SUPPOSINGYou CONSULT YOUR BANKER t

than 5.000 Italians among its 620.000 people

There is room for many thousandsmore have heard the story of the four Can You Equal This Low

yet Mussolini[ clams: he needs more little boys, who played marbles until one ABOUT YOUR PROBLEMSThe

lard for colonization but Eritrea has not youngster! won all the marbles. The other Cost Anywhere?

the oil and mineral possibilities Ethiopia three got together and played with some-

proper has. That's the milk in the coco- thing else and the marbles were useless.

nut. The United States has nearly half of Remember We are Headquarters for .Lumber, Cement, Screens,

the world's supply of gold and more of First National Bank ot Key West Doors, Windows-in fact, Anything you need to Build or Repair.

A press dispatch says that horses the yellow metal is coming here every day. % J j; :

: wearing pants could be seen Nebraska What of it? Suppose the other nations

.:. City Nebraska.! .... ,lUavtrthat> farmers t get along without gold, using something Member of the Federal Reserve

: found the garments very effective protec- else for their game of commerce. The idea

.. tion against flies that annoyed the animals. i isn't fantastic and it might succeed 'and South .Florida Contracting & Engineering Co.
Deposits Insured byi Federal Deposit Insurance
The style was
. probably inaugurated in this then what would we do with our gold? .

city for Key Westers will recall with restrained Corporation Pucns 593 White and EPza Streets ...

: risibilities the hor-o with trousers Most public speeches, if you want to -,

- paraded daily in the street; of the city by 1 row, amount to nothing except to give "Your home is worthy of the beat"FRIDAY .

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33 I APARTMENT. Conveniences
TRUTH COMES OUT so frightfully upset over the discovery j ithe opening game of a double-
that wasn't ( GRAVY) header at Bayview Park.' meats charged. porches.! 519 Elizabeth
'CTJNDAY. the day after Christmas wife that yon overlooked making you complete-a good ._._._._ ._._._._._.._.1...........-..-.-.-..-.......-...-.-.-.-....... The first tonight contest will get ender -i' Advertisers should give their street Apply 523 South
Emily moved restlessly about,! ly the possibility that you might be I Yesterday afternoon a few of Taylor to play a little round but way at 7 o'clock.In etreet address as well as their telephone ard street. sept4

throwing oat faded flowers putting: making me a bad husband.1* the poys ventured out to play the i I Daddy was taken for a "snipe-j: thenightcap the visitors : number if they desire re WANTED

greeting cards Into a box to be used' II* defended himself hotly "I've DIAMONDBALL GAME AT BAY- Royal and Ancient pastime and hunt" apparently on account of i will tackle a picked team. suIts.

as an Index to next year's list In never been mind.*unfaithful* to yon even were pleasantly surprised that they i he has not yet laid eyes on Pete j, Batteries for the initial fracas 1 With eaCh classified advertiseI W AlIo."TED-Ba.hel9r desires famished

emptying ashtrays that had been She my laughed rmefully. "My dear VIEW PARK LAST EVENING had an elegant time. How elegantyou I and Ike. Anyway, Colonel Bobs;i will be Ward and Albury for the I ment The Citizen will give free an one: room with kitchen

filled by their Christmas callers man you might have betrayed m. RESULTS IN SCORE OF 4 TO may read the results below: Spottswood arrived on the scene!.. Bakers, and Bowen and Christy'|, Antostrop! Razor Outfit Ask for ette. Address Box W, care of
and Daddv condescended to playj for the Stars. In the second contest -
The box ot cards she decided halt a dozen times and It wouldn'tiav i it. Citizen. ctlO-2tx:
(eouM go _b-the. lei.,ppaf1'") + been half so fatal as constantlyHsapprovlng 1 ClSrlie Sales Paul Mesa and I with Mr. Spottswood. And Daddy I I I Vegue and Bowen for Miami j f
where they woulA"\rflta"otttlJt\
until next year. She opeaed tht Ton seen he cried ThaTs' exacty SHarris alias Swinky Swanky on a couple of holes. From the I i locals. your Mat printing order. The
guest room door and !stopped, short. the sort of thing I'm talking about. (By JOVE) de Flue( Sid MePhid Bobby looks of Berlin's score it seems 1 Fans know the kind of game the i STOMACH ULCER. CAS PAINS. Artman Press. an7
upon the threshold! ". A You deliberately laugh at everything Key West diamondballers won Koodlf Harlington Bubber) had a jolly he was playing Bill llalo.te sched- r visitors played and tonight they I INDIGESTION victims why

Edwin was Inside. 'Quite motionless I bold sacred. You'd laugh at the first game from the JIarni All- Samuel was knocking: ule for Daddy got a 49-49. Now)I!will play better for they became I I suffer? For quick relief get a FOR SALE
anything on earth. good'time. maybe he will saying Bob.'familiar with the field last night of doc
staring Into the opened chest Stars last night: at Bayview Park. 'em :for mile as were also his stop ,i free sample UDGA a :
that held the tiny possessions) of lave Jaughed most ot the time, The final score was 4 to 1. obstreperous a opponents except etc., ruined his game. j I They have been practicing today. tor's prescription at Gardner's FOR SALE-Light Buick Sedan.
Edwin to keep from crying And at -
Jeffrey FelteD Pharmacy.oct24.7.911.1416.1821.2325. Joe Medina Vng'*
Barnes. eCleaners.
least I haven't tried to change your The playing of Baker and Cates Samuel made his ball go where he ........................ $35.00. ,
She had carefully refrained dor- opinions; rYe let you cherish them featured for the locals and Bowen was looking. Those times it failed :Mr. Edward "Hurricane' Strurk j .ct9-4t
log Christmas day from any mentionof In peace." and Brownagly for the visitors. him was on account of Samuelwas lost a lot, Melvin Russell a little ) Toda..se..i..e.e.aYv s Birthdays I 28x

the thing nearest her heart and "There's no need to be ashamed Both pitchers, Tookie Vegue for looking the wrong way. However and aHToc Willie Kemp lost was) ....... PERSONAL CARDS-100 printed
the sight broke her completely. Witha cf them" he Insisted complacently. the Stars and A. Lunn for Key he was seen to dance a jig his chewing gum. It was on this I! t. LOST 1 I cards '1.25. The Artman

tearing sob she crossed the room "At least their morality Isn't questionable. West hurled a good game. Vegue on a certain hole after sinking a wise: Doc was up for a sure par-I Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt (Anna LOST-Ladies Wrist Watch with I Press aug7

and put her arms about him. ." allowed 10 hits but was good in very long putt and taking the bole,I' Eddie in the rough: but a dead shot: I Eleanor), born in New York link Divisioin street I
on ,
"Oh. my darling can't we help She sighed.! It must be lovely tobe the pitches. Three errors gave after it looked like a certain loss.;. to the can. Eddie putted andI City 51 years ago. I. OLD PAPERS FOR SALETwoI
GrinnelL Reward if
each other? corner returned The Citizen Of.
so sure of your own Infallibility. the locals three unearned runs. All you who ever saw Sam dancea I missed and thereupon Doc danceda to No.2 .,I bundles for 5c:
Lumley Apartment
The silence that followed was tike That's the spirit that makes me Ilarlan Fiske Stone Associate I fice. octlO
Lunn allowed three hits and his jig. please step forward. The jig (a la Swinky Swanky) and octll-2tx I
a cold hand upon her heart She think that uncompromising morality teammates played errorless ball. names will be published later. And swallered his gum. Nevertheless, Justice of the} U. S. Supreme
realized suddenly that Edwin's arms does more to foster vice than any. two'doubles I Court born at Chesterfield N. H., SECOND SHEETS-500 for 60c.
Baker with anda also let it be known Sammy was Doc went to the show free again.
not her thing else !In the world." I FOUND The Artman Press. aug7
were holding
they 63
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single led the locals at bat and playing with those new clubs. Maybe it would be better to fur- years ago.
merely about her. She raised her I
head and looked Intently Into his expressionless SITE: broke off suddenly. It was as Vegue, with two singles was the nish him a pass. Dr. Harry A. Garfield presi-I FOUND-Man's wrist watch. Owner TYPEWRITING PAPER 600

face. sne ana Edwin were speakingdifferent leader for the visitors. Mr. Dickus is a better golfer I dent-emeritus of William College, 'i may have same by paying for! sheets, 75c. The Artman Press
"I didn't know. he said finally. languages and there was A play by play account of the than Mr. Ives" or else somebody The next foursome brought together ]+I Mass., noted archaeologist born this advertisement. McConnell ang7

in a level monotonous voice -"thai no Interpreter present She realized I game follows: had a bad day. On account of :Mr. ; such guys as Charlie; Ketch, at Hiram Ohio 72 years ago Watchmaker. octll-2tx;

you needed help." II. with amazement that she disliked First InningMIAMIiChristy D. beat Mr. I. on both rounds. William Pious, Otto Assessor and j I PRINTING-Quality Printing at

In that instant she understood. Edwin more than she had ever disliked out, short to Sam Weather. It seems that""Win Admiral Cary T. Grayson, head FEMALE HELP-SALESLADIES: the Lowest Prices. The Art.
Understood his first rush of tender anyone in her life, and that first. Domnick walked and went to some Willie" said he ,believed he j'iof]' the American Red Cross, born I man Press. aug7
had I
ness after the baby's death and his she had always disliked him. third on two successive wild pitches. Daddy Berlin Sawyer a and Charlie with a ;few :strokes Jin I Culpeper Co., Va. 57 years; $15 WEEKLY and your own!
gradual withdrawal during the past. She had lived with him a year anda I R. Cralson and Bowen struck date with Ike Russell and (free) could give Otto and ,Sa n-: ago. dresses FREE for domonstrat-! Subscribe to The Citize -20e
few weeks half, and in that time their spirits out nella a run for the prize. Along;' 1- ing new Autumn Fashion i weekly

Edwin bad been trained to a rigid had never even approached each No runs, no hits no errors. I right scoring McCarthy.' H. Gates about number five Mr. Watkinswas I Harriet B. Hawes of Cambridge, Frocks. No canvassing.: No. investment
code: ot respect for the dead and he other. And having made her discovery r KEY WEST-Gonzalez struck forced Sawyer at second third to dubbed "Winsome" by his pal I Mass., noted archaeologist born Write fully. Give i \\1"'I/III
she only to be done
struck out.
second. A. Lunn
had expected: her to mourn, visibly with I the whole relationship. She out Baker out second to first I Charles. In retaliation Mr. Pious in Boston 64 years ago. I size and color preference. Fashion -
and audibly.He pushed on."Laying. Cates bunted safely. Ingraham sin- One run, one hit, one error. !says he can't play golf on account I Frocks Dent X-2274. Cincinnati -,I SPEND /

had doubtless expected: her to aside the question of my gled to left Sterling out, shortto Eighth Inning of "Magpie" Sam will not give I Dr. Joseph T. France of Md., Ohio. octll: -ltxj
wear black clothes for a year as ap views in wbat other ways have I first MIAMI-S. Carlson singled to him half a chance. All this on account onetime U. S. Senator born there YOUR

outward indication that her' heart failed r* No runs two hits, no errors. left. D. Walterson forced Carlsonat of Otto and Sam beating 62 years ago.Norman j, MEDICAL I
was broken, and at the end of the "None." he admitted readily. Second losingMIAMIBrownagly second, short to second. Shaw Chas. and Willie a neat score.i i 1 VACATION 11
year to take them off because her "I've been a good housekeeper walked. Vegue singled through However :Mr. Watkins failed to S. Case of Rhode Island -!' EPILEPTICS-Anxious to tell
heart had mended suddenly in a haven't 'I?" She knew the respecthe : : out thirdto I short and the bases are full Chris- sink this 20-ft putts as usual He 1 Federal Communications sufferers from Epilepsy Attacks THIS YEAR IN :

day.And had for the domestic virtues. first. Lucilo out, short to first. ty struck out and Domnick flied did make some beautiful chips' Commissioner born in Providence I how my husband found i '
understanding that she saw "Yes.?; Edwin said honestly. S. Carlson struck out. ( shots) and nice 75 relief after specialists failed. FLORIDAFIRMS
J out to left._Gopher made a great spoon some 47 years ago; .
for the first time how hopeless it al 'you've' been perfect.- No runs, no hits, no errors. running catch. yard putts. But he missed many" ( All letters answered. Mrs. I

was concessions: how useless her struggles and "And I've been interested In your KEY WEST-McCarthy struck No runs, two hits no errors. 12-inch ones that everyone gives Joseph Auslander of New York i Geo. Dempster Apt. 12-14 i -gcurHW.THJII1'.n"

a year and and sacrifices a half Edwin had been.In had affairs," she thought of hours of the out. KeA beat out a slow roller j I KEY WEST-Gonzalez struck Willie. .1 mean the kind given J City author born in Philadelphia, I 6900 Lafayette Blvd. West, Detroit i
wholesale grocery business, "far to third. Sawyer bunted and sac-
learned so little about her that he than out. Baker singled through sec-! you by your partner. 37 years ago. I Mich. octll-ltx / \\\ -
more you've ever been In rificed Kerr to second. Sawyer
could think she didn't care. mine. ond. Cates singled to left. Ingra-
went out catcher first. H. Gates
lie still measured her conduct In He could not that his ham forced Baker short to catcherto
deny but
hit to third who threw to first
terms of conventional behavior in a silence Indicated plainly that there and Kerr scored when the first third. Sterling up. Cates is'
thing that lay so close to her heart. was very little in a woman's affairs trapped off third and! went out,
the balL It
She realized that this she baseman dropped was -.
after could that merited Interest. catcher to third to catcher.No .
never try to please or even to live the first run of the game. A. Lunn
"And I've been-affectionate, Edwin. runs, two hits no errorS. 1 \ '
with him. no matter what she had ." She was determined that he struck out. I Ninth Inning
promised.She should acknowledge her virtues as One run one hit, one error.
looked into his eyes for a great well as her failings; this time her Third Inning l MIAMI-R. Carlson out, secondto

many seconds. "Would you mind conscience was going to be clear. MIAMI-D. Walterson out, first. Bowen popped out to

coming Into the living-room where "There,b ve been times, when Tve third to first. Shaw popped out'to second. Brownagly struck out.
zr .
It's warm?" she ailed steadily. put a great deal more into-caresses cal her. Vegue fanned. I No runs, no hits no errors.
"There are a lot of things I'd like -than you have. I've often kissed No runs no hits,'no errors. Box score of the game follows:1! Who Rush To Give You Service-Patronize Them

to talk to you about"He you lately when I've had the feeling KEY WEST-Gonzalez struck MIAMI AB R H. PO A.
followed her wordlessly and that you wonld never have thoughtof Christy sf 30000?
out. Baker doubled to left Cates '-" -
they faced each other on the hearth. It" I I .. .
lIe out, thrid to first. Ingraham out, I Domnick, 2b --- 3 1 0 2 11
politely offered her chair but
a Ills silence was a tacit admission third to first. R. Carlson, Ib 4 0 1 10 OJ
she shook her head. You didn't light
for your life sitting down. I of that With all his prejudices Edwin No runs no hits, no errors. I I I Bowen c mu_ 40095 ; JOHN C. Star American Coffee ROSES
was as honest as herself. PARK TIFFS
"Edwin." she said finally "you "And Fourth LininghIIAMIChristy ,I.t Brownagly ... 3b 4 0 0 2 4
don't love me at all. do you?" voice broke as for-the babher I walked. Dom- L. Gonzalez. as 3 0 0 0 3 Ha m taste and aroma that

lie hesitated. "Ton make It-dim- known about on the that.you''e nights I've never cried nick forced Christy at second,'' S. Carlson If .._ 3 0 1 0 0 i i. only found i. good coffee FLORAL PIECES A CASH GROCERY
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cult don't your myself to sleep because you were pitcher to second. R. Carlson i and you can W sere that it's
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"That Isn't what I'm asking just j(
already asleep. I've tried to fill the tripled to right and Domnick scor- fresh because: it's blended i in 1101 Division Street
now. Do your"I 'I Vegue p ------- -- 30201 t
vacuum you haven't realized ed. Bowen popped out to short. Key West.
don't feel as I once did." he that the reason I've worked so hardto Brownagly struck out. PLUMBINGDURO PLANTS and VINES
confessed honestly. "You're such a Totals31 1 4x23 15 PHONE 29
fill it
was because the I
different person. vacuum One run one hit, no errors. LARGO, tb 18c;
was so unbearable!
KEY WEST--Sterling out ----
but"Meaning that that don't you loved me once She couldn't talk any more of pitcher to first. McCarthy struck KEY WEST AB R. H. PO A. V. & S., Ib 15c. SOUTH FLORIDA Staple and Fancy
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insisted. "Don't be afraid of my was to get through this out. Kerr out short to first. j' P. Gonzalez If 4 0 0 2 0 PUMPS GroceriesPLUMBING
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"I know it" he said. "That's why --
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I can't love you-as much.** your love-Is because I baven't been MIAMI-Lncilo out pitcher to Ingraham, c ___ 4 0 2 10 0
" able to change my self?" first. S. Carlson out by rule. He I Sterling. Ib 3 0 0 7 PHONE 348 Phone 256 PHONE 597 Fruits and Vegetable

HAT'S what I wanted to find "If yon want to put it that way.. bunted on third strike which roll McCarthy cf .._ 3 1 0 1 01

out" She was amazed at the "And you can't, or won't, see that ed fouL D. Walterson walked. Kerr 2b _..__..._...., 3 1 1 3
steadiness of her own voice: she I my self is Just as important, just as Shaw flied out to deep center. Sawyer, rf .____ 2 0 1 0 OJ!
scarcely recognized it. "Now then I vital, to me as yours Is to you? It's No runs, no hits, no errors. tiff Gales, st',...._"..- 3 1 1 0 11, SELECT SEA FOODS -READ- HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE

will you tell me why you changed?"] the one thing m never change, even KEY WEST-Sawyer out, catcher A. Lunn, p-.... 3 0 0 1 2 JewfUn. 2 Ib*. 3SeYellowUil INSURANCE

"Because yon did."he said prompt 1 to make you happy.- to first. II. Gates singled to I l Steak 2, It*. 35c THE KEY WEST 1 .
ly. "Tour-leaving me-wks the firs "I don't I
I expect you to. stopped short. It was a slow grounderand T.W32 4 10z26 9 "
blow you'll never know what that' expecting that a long time ago." be beat the throw to first. A x--A- Luna out bjj rule. Yellowtail oa Bone, 2 Ib*. 2Sc Office: 319 Dmal Street

cost me. And you've been differentever I' She gathered her courage Into her Lunn went out 1-y rule-bunting z---S..Carlson out by rule. Grouper, 2 Ib*. _____ 25c SUNDAY STARSabscriptwn "
since came back from, hands.
you "Then. Edwin, we're goingto third strike. Gates stole second Score by innings: R. H. E. Supper 2 Ib*. ________ 25< I
Birmingham. You knew how I felt "
: get a divorce.
about-things-before you married: "Whatlie! speechless with and on a bad pegby Bowen; became Miami _. 000 100 000-1 4 3 Mutton Fun 2 U>.. -- 25c TELEPHONE NO. 1
me and Instead of respecting my amazement was all the way home. The ball Key West 010 011 10*.-.i 10 0 $2 Per Year

views you've disregarded them en-: "Yes. She almost smiled at his rolled out past the centerfielder. Batteries: Tookie Vegue and FRESH SHRIMP Try Yea M...b AlDelmomco
tirely. Laughed at them; not openly consternation. "I promised to stayas Gonzalez out, pop fly to second Bowen; A. Lunn and Ingraham. .Large Select Oyster Key West's Only Sunday -orDE--

but really, from the very first. long as you wanted me. You'veadmitted One run, one hit, one error. Summary: Errors: R. Carlson Fresh Crab Meat in Ib can 65c Paper RettaraantBndweber
"Has It occurred to yon, Edwin. that you don't love me; Sixth Inning Bowen Walterson; runs batted in: FREE PROMPT DELIVERY PORTERALLENCOMPANY
she asked, "that the reason I left, I'm telling you now that I don't love MIAMI-Vej-ue singled to cen- R. Carlson H. Gates, Ingraham. Business Office Citizen Beer ......... I5

you In the first place was because Iwun't you. That ends it automatically. ter. Christy struck out. Domnickalso Sawyer; three base hits, R, Carl- LOWE FISH COMPANY Building Six Coarse Dimmer, _.
altogether In accord with: Her only thought now was to get struck out. R. Carlson poppedout son; two base hits: Baker 2; stolen ---
your views about-things?" away. She caught up a hat and coat to pitcher.No bases: H. Gates 2; sacrifice PHONE 151 PHONE 51 ___ Me, 7Sc. aid ftSc

I I "You never said so before we mar and without a backward glance runs. one hit, no errors. hits: Cates Sawyer; struck out:

rled." walked swiftly from the house. KEY WEST-Baker doubled to by Vegue 8 (Gonzalez 3, McCarthy -

"You would never give me a {Colf'il1l1r. It If. &y Morton Sims center. Cates sacrificed him to 2, Lunn 2, Sterling;), by Lunn AARON McCONNELL Our Reputation is Wrap-
chance. You avoided talking shout, PRITCHARD
: If had I third. Cates went out, catcher to 9 (Christy 2, Brownagly 2, Vegue, S36 Flemlnc Street
;Important subjects as they
been indecent But It didn't matter I tomorrow EMily Ands two valuable slues- first. Ingraham singled to left, S. Carlson Brown, Domnick, R. ped In every package JENNIE B. DE BOER
went to second on the throw in. Carlson); bases on balls: off Lunn l FUNERAL HOME
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Sterling struck out, the ball get 4; wild pitches: Lunn 2; earned AtsTh. # of
...S..e..e...... banks went into operation in New ting away from Bowen who ran runs; Key West 1, Miami 1; left Wata j

Today In History York City. over, picked it up and threw In- on bases: Miami 7,. Key West 6; Decte. PRINTINGDONE Diifie4, Syim t>eti -

.- graham out at third. .time of game: 1:15; umpires: Cout..p
........................ 1890-Daughters of the American One run, two hits no errors. Griffin at the plate. Capote at Q A BY US

1779-Died-Gen. Casimir Pul- Revolution founded. Seventh Inning I first, Castro at second and Gon- NOTARY PUBLIC

aski Polish hero of the Revolutionary -, MIAMI-Bowen out, short to zalez at third. WATCHMAKER. JEWELER THELICENSED EMBALMEBAmtkalamc

War. aged 31 from first. Brownagly popped out to AND ENGRAVER _
Bounds received at the ,siege*; i-of !I 1899-Boer_War began. third. Lucilo flied out to left. It' See Him For Your Next Work ARTMAN PRESS .rrU. _

Savannah. ,I i I was a great catch by Gopher. PALACE
1928-The dirigible Graf Zep- No hits ALL PRICES REDUCED .
i errors.
runs no no I -
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pelin, left Germany with 60 on : KEY WEST-McCarthy hit a CilzenOpen Office
1846-Hurricane at Havana 'l ; Houses 9 to 12-1 to 6 #
board to cross Atlantic. long fly to center and Walterson WESTWARDHOIComedy PHONE 51
took toll of 60 ships
I Saturday Nckt! .
French and Spanish warships. dropped the balL Kerr out thirdto and Serial Pfcomo 549 N.rr Shop t

One of every three couples in j first, McCarthy going to thirdon I! Matinees S-10ct Nights 10-lSc
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x: : : -: .......... ............. STATE r*.: EM OF t. FLORIDA.In of CITY"S

................................................. Richard Lounders, Jr., left on LAURA CURRY 3LORENO.Dereased.. .
the Cuba yesterday afternoon fora To all Creditor Legatees Distributees -

Enjoyable Melody Hour Program visit with his grandparents and Claims or and Demand all Persons Against a said t
other relatives in Tampa Estate
Presented Here Last EveningThe I Ton. and: each of you. are hereby .........
notified and required to present
I Mrs J. V. Wharton of the any claim or demands which yon For Ma]
T I Army Barracks left this week or the either estate of of you Laura may hare against DR. H. C. GA '
brought out the Carry Moreno
eleventh Key West Melody andante style for a visit in Lake Worth with deceased late of Monroe County
Hour under the direction of Com- loveliness of this composition witha her sister, Mrs. Jr B. Lamb, whois j Florida to the County Judge of
of tone that was effec- Monroe County Florida at his office For Ma.orWM..H.
Mietk-Liuba, H. D. depth
von I ill with an attack of ptomaine In the Court Houe of Bald
:Wj., was presented last night in tive.The poisoning. County at Key West Monroe County MALONEFor
the Key West Colonial Hotel and, second offering by Will Florida within twelve month Reelectioa
from the time of the first publication -
was a most enjoyable evening of: Roberta was an intermezzo by I : a of this notice: to-wit October
Charles Johnson, who
light music. Pierre Renard, "Iris", rendered in repre- 4. ISJi; said claim or demands For CouncilmanDR.
'sents one of the large wholesale must be duly sworn to and presented -
After the Theme Song, playedby delicate and animated style, witha :drugs and drug sundries housesin _- to the said County Judge as ARMANDO COBO
the Commodore, the presenta- spirited adagio amoroso at the aforesaid, or same will be barred
I Tampa, left yesterday after- by limitation. ---

tions Zinaida were von opened Mietk-Liuba by Margaret with two I end."At the Donnybrook Fair" by noon on the Steamship Cuba for k D.Iteted 1IJS. this 4th day of October: A; ,.,1 ".', For Councilman

charming German numbers, "Al- John Prindle Scott, a brilliant con I stay headquarters in Key West after, and a .business a visit As Administrator H. CURRY of the MORENO.Estate ell '.. M fcC l.IFFORD.. ." HICKS..: .. _
pengluehen" (Sunset in the Alps) cert caprice in rollicking Irish' rx Laura Curry Moreno. deceased.
Glneck" style, was rendered by Dorothy with relatives. W. CURRY HARRIS. For CouncilmanJIM
by Th. Oesten and Attorney for Administrator
(Luck) from the operetta "Lucky!' Mayfield Knowles. Her interpretation I m octl-11.1s-25; novl-S-la-ZS-W ROBERTS
Girl" by Robert Stolz. t.. brought out the humorousvein I Mrs. Hilda Domjnguez left on .
us THE COC TY jmoi-rs 1': '
for Tam- I For Police Justice
the Cuba last evening
The next composition was in a, most enjoyable man- IN AMI FOR MONROE COLaYr. .
"Dark Eyes", a Russian Gypsy' :pa where she will spend a while ing FLORID,. IX: PROBATE. ,fIn < I T. 's.' CARO<
ner.Charles I re: Estate of .
written asj' Roberts' next presentation with relatives and friends. > .
Air by Rob Boy Peery, I JOAQUIN DeARMAS.Deceased. J
a sparkling and masterful arrangement was "A Romance of Love" by i For Chief of Police
pleasing in its execu-j''Carl Wilhelm Kern. Roberts, or- I Mrs. George Hanalin, who was e .. all NOTICE creditors TO and CREDITORSTo all persons MYRTLAND GATES
tion to the audience. The num- ganist of St. Paul's Church, has in Key West for the funeral services having claims or demands against
ber was offered by Professor those qualities which produce ex- of her father, the late Henry said You Estate and each. : of you are hereby For Captain of Police
Charles Roberts of the Key Westj pert musicianship. His rendition lt1. Adams, left on the Cuba yesterday notified and required to present ALBERTO CAMEROFor

Institute of Music, who as a;(I.of this graceful composition radiated for her home in Tampa. i or any either claim of and you demand may hare which againstthe you. 1
second composition played "A..I. amorous emotions. I estate of Joaquin Armas, deceased Captain of Police
Song of India", from the legend!I Cynthia Pearlman was to have I I I Rev. E. R. Evans, of the First ida to.tbe late Hon.of Monroe Hugh Guns County.County Flor- ROBERT J. LEWIS
"Sadko", by Nikolas Rimsky-Kor-j I I played Ludwig van Beethoven's Congregational Church, returned t Judge of Monroe County at his office '-BoL>ty"
eakoff. He played it in a dolce I!j i "Son ate Palh tique". However, this morning by .plane after attending I Monroe In the County County Florida Courthouse, within one in
andantino style which appealedvery she was ill and unable to be a convocation of the year from the date of the first publication
much, especially in the'!j: present. clergy held this week at DeLeon : hereof. All claims and demands GRAND OPENING

pianissimo parts. I''I Will and Charles Roberts each Springs. time and not In presentedwithin the manner prescribed the RAUL'S CLUBSaturday
"Pensee d'Amour" (Thoughts,;. substituted a number, the well- herein shall be barred. providedby
Love Irene Marschand Rit- known and the )) law. Night, 10 till 3 a. m.
of ) by "Rosary" equally Howard S. McClanahan, assistant Dated September 20. A. D IMS.
ter was rendered by Dorothy Mayfield popular "Traeumerei". The sym- grove inspector of the state ANA HIRA IMARMAS, DEL WOOD'S ORCHESTRAFloor
Knowles of the Key West,Institute pathetic piano accompaniment en- plant board, who left Monday for As Joaquin Administratrix DeArmas.of Deceased.the Estate of' Show Buffet Sapper
of Music in a gentle and hanced the appealing violin inter- a visit with his father,at Bowling : octt-ll-18-2; fowl-5.16-211(
tender reverie sty e. pretation of the beautiful ".RosI Green, FLu returned on the 0
The Commodore then gave his;I ary", and "Traeumerei"( was a' morning plane from Miami. : .. i

interpretation of a selection from I' finished production. .. i:1i: : _. 'I, I
Giuseppe Verdi's opera "La Tra- An aria from Friedrich von I Colonel George E. Brown, United .- IT. : a ball at the rate-of 20O feet per second,-George
viata". His usual masterful treatment -!'I Flotow's opera "Mhrtha" and States Engineer, in charge:of' of the trofessional Golfers' Association tested a I "
his caressing of the keys, "B rtfai Emljk" (Souvenir de this district, with headquarters at : velvet*upholstery for the 1936 ca.-.and found that LikeACakeOflce

with ethereally beautiful andantesand I Bartfai) by Koler Bola concludedthe Miami, Beach arrived this morning l\ : fcurcumhol us driving to although the same a 5OO-page driving test Queens when, N Alex. y...

cantabiles were evidence of presentations The Commo- for a business conference Hock:' Country Club, drove a golf ball straight
his Italian training in this magni- dore played each of these slumbers with Wm. R. Porter, who met'olonel I left). George Jacobus (lower right) is profes.
ficent performance. according to its own distinc- Brown upon arrival of the, ood. N. J.. Country Club, where the-Intern.
With the next selection a new tive style, and closed the program plane from Miami. len Ryder Cup Matches are being played:, --

player Will Roberts, joined the with the fast' bars of the Theme t I I .-__-__
ranks of the Melody Hour play Song. Dr. C. K. Vliet presiding elder' I
ers. His first number was "Titl's Upon invitation by the Commo- of the Miami Methodist District, {
Serenade", an arrangement by dore, Prof. Charles Roberts was who was in Key West on business by Commandant U1M-
Henri rest accompanied at the!i the General Music Director in with the local churches, left by Franco Granero.
piano by his brother' Charles. His I'charge of this concert. plane yesterday for Miami. L. \ "Carnations and I i

( Miss Beatrice I
........................ MorenoJ
Arrange Dance For Grand OpeningAt PEOPLE'S FORUM Trio, Professors Bar-
Ayala and Camero.
Tomorrow Night Raid's dab ........................ i address Dr. Juan Ra 1

High spot on this week's calen- Scores of reservations have already & I
dar social is the Editor, The Citizen I' : Hospitality Band. ,,y 11
of events big been made for the Grand ; ( I
dance scheduled for tomorrow Your front page editorial was
Opening of Raul's Club to take I
night at the Habana-Madrid Club. very good, but before going far- I
An evening of real entertain- place tomorrow evening. Del ther, why not gather some. infor-
ment and delicious and refreshing Woods' popular dance band will mation to enable our citizens to i i; AL SALE
drinks is offered as attractions at I be on hand to furnish a special form an opinion. The general of I'I

this popular night club. Juan program, of lively dance rhythm. repression seems to be that with I { FOODSTUFFS kept in our all metal ICE
CarbonelL, manager of the club,I Spicy program local latent including out railroad tax collections, our ---at--- REFRIGERATORS are as cool, fresh and
is making every effort to provide dance acts, chorus arrangements schools will be closed. Is this to I I healthful as if they were frozen in a take of
guests of this club with the very 1 I and songs will be rendered really so or not? t'h } WIN SKY'SII ice. Our Refrigerators are doubly heatproofand
best entertainment. The club is t under direction of Del The vital question for Key I I Ii Ii I absolutely airtight.
said to be one of the most beauti- Woods, orchestra leader. The orchestra -rVesters la how a population of i
ful in the state and has an excel- will also put on several 13,000 is going to exist without i, II Men's; Shop $30.00 and $35.00EASY
lent dance floor.A novelty numbers. Any industries when Relief opera- of !
program of the latest dance Reservations for the affair can tions come to an end. [ STARTED TODAY TERMS-10 DAYS FREE TRIALOn

tunes will be played by a local or- be made by calling The Citizen, Sixty days ago we had a rail- Display At-
chestra. road in full operation with
phone 51. over I
SUITS for the- price

Grand Ball AtHabanaMadrid who came here for the 10th of dole half, of and our our people future was directly as black on to of I : one, 2 for Thompson Ice Company inc.

October Cuban celebration is pub- then as it is today. i $25.00 ,
lished in this issue of The Citizen. Why not take a chance on PHONE NO. 8
This popular night club has Bridges.
ar- I
I cial lot of DOUGLAS
An invitation for the American ranged an elaborate program for "DUMBBELL."
regular $4.00, $5.00
people of this city to participatein this affair which will be attendedby -"- -
of ) i i: $6.00, to sell for.
the Grand Ball to be given tonight the distinguished Cuban visi-
at Habana-Madrid Club in tors. Prominent local officialsare $2.90
honor of the visiting Cuban Dele- also expected to be presentat .n I I il

gates, Army and Navy officials this big event.Today's. AT LEWINSKY'SFall I UNDERSHIRTS 3 for

- What Price-Education--- ? ........................ Sale at-Lewinsky's Men's 6 6 6 M I S1.00 J Your Paper Pay

Shop, 526 Duval street, started SHORTS 3 for '
It costs time and energy to ac- & You Dividends!
today with some of the best bAr- ,: Sl.OO
quire more than a mere smattering Anniversaries gains in men's and O.s' wear t? ) ? : I

in music, so that the boys ........................ be offered, according to, the a\- : i Y .
take to the sports while the HATS $3.00
girls regular
j vertisement in this issue of The. a -T01 ,
take to the ribbon counter or gets' 1809-Orson Squire Fowler, : IL
married. widely-known and popular phren- Citizen .'" ', It S2.45
A specially offer is Money Saving
attractive i .
ologist, lecturer and writer of .
Cassio Brannan wished to '
that on suits-tw"," suits .for .the J
his day, born at Cohocton, N. Y. v CitizenReyes PANTS, regular $2.50
be a violinist so he went to, a price of one-leads..tae fist of I I I
music school in New York only to Died near Sharon Conn., Aug. bargains \ ..
-j 1': \\ $1.95
18, 1887.
find that the director was only a I : Watch THE KEY 'WEST CITIZEN'S Advertisers -

violin observations"teacher, who a "proxy""made, "Synthetic" desk- i 1816--lIen-e.:; ;;: hfclorian, ernment's Officials depression estimate that deficit the gov-will 1 1t ; fait colors, tan S closely for special savings on your S

swindler whose pupils I born at New Haven Conn. Died total more than 17 billion dollars I I household necessities. Make your paper pay you !iI i\

never could play. Mr. Brannan I Oct. 14, 1893. by the end of the present fiscal Sl.OO I dividends. The most interesting news in the ..:

went then to the Cincinnati College year. : ..: paper today is the advertising where you .n
of Music where S. E. Jacob- 1816--Richard B. Kimball New I
sohn was a masterly instructor of 1 I I I York lawyer-author, who foundled : of Medicine, Richmond, Va., bornat JACKETS, regular save many dollars on the family budget by

violin. Here MV. Brannan studied]I I I a Texas town and built the Winchester, Va Died in Rich- j Of I at : patronizing those merchants who advertise their
mnd, Sept. 19, 1900. 4r ,
Violin Theory and (Harmony un-, first Texas railroad, bonj at $3.95 I goods:
der Henry Carter, Organist of,, Plainfield N H Died DC'.:. 28, I
Trinity Cathedral, New York.) j$I 1892.I 1883-George C. Hanson veteran i IS
I __ American contul, known as the SHIRTS, regular
lie left after the two years;I THESE PRICES ARE BRINGING THE COST
'Trouble Shooter, born at Bridgeport now
course for Boston, Mass., to enter -' 1821-George: Williams, English Conn. Committed suicide, OF LIVING DOWN TO THE LEVEL OF EVERYBODY'S ..:
Julius Eichberg's famous Violin founder of the Y. M. C. A., born. 50c
Sept. 2, 1935. :
School (Boston Conservatory) i Died Nov. 6, 1905.1835Tht'odore.
where he remained one year hav-, of SPORT SHOES,
ing likened to hundreds of fine Thomas, noted r. !
I Shipment FRESH MEATS lot A merchant who advertises his prices
violin players there. New York City and Chicago musician -
Nice Hens and Fryers charged customer 0.cents fort aatartielethat!! a
Then he went to Brussels Belgium orchestra leader and con- $7.45 II ::
: to take lessons from Ovide ducter, born in East Friesland. Dressed and Delivered non-advertising merchant cHa'rged_ 40 cents for.

Musin, who then was the premier J I Died in Ctiicago, Jan 4, 1905. Bermuda Beat Market I ALL SALES CASH I Why this big difference?" .,
world violinist and teacher of the I Phon 861-W Free Delivery I FINAL 11" rI I ,
violin. I 1835-Hunter H. McGuire, Confederate We opca and deliver Sunday ; AND : '" 1. "
:Mr.! Brannan next played and t- sor-president surgeon-director of the Univ., College profes Morning I Alteration N. Approvals Is By patronizing the merchants: who presentopenlyaibi I IPXGE

taught at Havana. Cuba, and laterat their prices frankly and ; Ee ;,you
Key West where! he made his i :! !
home and produced many well -onPERMANENT-
trained pupils some having continued -:.\ Jones in WAVES ; j I
lessons with him for five BORDER BRIGANDS Two Permanents : [

or six years octll-2tx I Charlie) Chan in \ for _ $5.0Q ft 4 Shop : iMake dividends.
your paper pay you
Better Wave, $5.00 and np : :I 526 Duval Street I
Subscribe to The Citizen-20c I'i : Balcony, lOcI Orcheitraj i MRS. MILLER !"' : L JI

weekly. ____ __ I 15-2OcJ Night 15-25,- I Ocean View Apt. 1 Phone 574-J Citizen .1".1".1'.1'.1'.1'.1'.1'.1..1'.1'1.1'.1" S