The Key West citizen
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Title: The Key West citizen
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: November 12, 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: UF00048666:00349
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AjUodated Service.Press Day .Wlrt Utb l{ Wczt Ct! ttt3cn Key West. Florida, has the

For Beat 55 Interests Years Devoted of Key West to the r c cp t moat range country equable of; only with weather 14 an Fahrenheit average in the





t. ROBING ROOM 1; after a sudden shower-;:;-"Blondie" Roberts upset the; COMING SEASONI: Really See Encouragement

BOLD brought to a halt the aquatic old dope bucket by earning a de-
Much Speculation In Con-' \ meet at the Navy Field swimmingpier cision over Battling Pi-Juan in the '

ORDER HISTORIC oa ,Armistcie Day, Old Sol I opening four round ,preliminary. SEVERAL LETTERS HAVE For 36 In Election Returns

nection With What De-I conqueredJupiter Pluvius and allowed I Kid Garcia received,the judges' BEEN RECEIVED
COURT CHAMBER ITSELF running of the track meet verdict in his four round bout with IN KEY
cision Court and the boxing program at the I Battling Santana. WEST TELLING OF THOSE' t -
I I Results of the track events Leaders Of Both
REMINDERBy than 20 athletes competedin were:
Will Make On Issue |
the track meet. The veteran 100-yard dash-Leonard Curry, Find
I Many Things
Leonard Curry outclassed a field first; Cheta Baker, second; Charlie r..1 I HUNDRED VOTES
By HERBERT PLUMMER | to win the 100- Gomez, third. "Last had ,
HERBERT PLUMMER of youngsters I year we queer Which Offer Them En-
A rta
fly m *<* PreM j
yard dash and the high jump. I Pole vault-Peter Varela first;
WASHINGTON, Nor 12. WASHINGTON NOT. 12.- while Paul Mesa, a promising ; Charles Gomez, second; John Gomez ings of uncertainly and doubt a I CAST THUS FAR

Surface explanations offered as to Senator (Jimmy Byrnes of South youngster, outran a field of four third. I we neared the island. An unknown .1 couragementBy

to cross the tape first in the 50-() High jump, Leonard Curry,
why AAA is so eager to have the j Carolina falls heir to the richest yard dash. Peter Varela scaled first; Peter Varela second;' city an unknown hou.e'l LITTUi" OVER HALF OF FULL BYRON PRICE

supreme court decide. quickly prize left by the supreme court the bar at eight feet, seven inches Charles Gomez third. I' (Chef ml ...r..... The AiuwrbitrdPreM.
1 i unknown friends
an maid .
no or NUMBER HAD ,
to win the pole vault, and the 50-yard dash-Paul Mesa, first; QUALIFIED WaahlBgtMi

at possible on the constitutionalityof i 'quar-ter lanky Dell Wood sent the shot Gerald Alfonso, second; Cheta acquaintances.Tbis VOTED AT LATE HOUR THIS Placed end to end, the comments

the processing tax: are thatever.CDe : put soaring through the air for Baker, third.200yard of political leaders on the
the -
ii the capitol to. magnificent I I
45 feet to win this event. Joe I relay-Joe Hale and year all is so different, AFTERNOONOut
from Chester Davis, ad Bethel took the Robert Bethel first Gerald 1935 election returns get ._
I new marble palace directly Hale and Robert ; Alfonso and best of all we are returningto
ministrator to the corn-hog farmer I 200-yard relay in easy fashion. and Paul Mesa, second; where.
across "the bill. Substituting for Pimpey Rojas John Gomez and Charles: Gomez, a host of such dear friends." of a total of 2,921 quali-
i. wandering around in a,, the card third. To an unusual degree, everyoneprofesses
in the main-go of fight .
By special: order of congress the Two paragraphs from a letter fied votes for the election being
maze of uncertainty.AAA j I staged at the Works Progress Ad- Shot put-Dell Wood first; to be pleased, no one
historic court chamber itself will ministration's ring in the Navy Harry Lee Baker, second; William written to friends in Key West held in Key West today, 1.598 or I
( officials in. Washington Field Kim Powell fought the Cates, third. by Henry Brewer of Ishpiming, admits anything. The inescapable
j' be left as it is-a reminder of the a few more than half, had been'
are hesitant to proceed with their ,: hard-hitting Emory Blackwell toa The day's program sponsoredby Michigan, who, with Mrs Brewer, conclusion is that both sides have

days when it was used both by draw. Arthur Sawyer Post of the spent last winter in Key West cast when a count was taken by
future until the ninejustices found
something to be
programs tech- encouragedabout
Bobby Waugh scored a American Legion which was as-
have spoken. F.rmer.are .)| I: the senate and by the supreme tr-i; nical knockout over his ancient sisted by the recreation depart- and will arrive Friday to spend The Citizen this afternoon. and something to thinkabout.

foe Young Pelican, in the last ment of the Key West Administration another season and will occupy ,From the number counted as
wary of entering into further I I II banal : round of their scheduled five- was brought to a close last the Knowles cottage on Vernon .
been since the
contracts until validity of their To Senator Byrnes, however, as round bout. These two boys, as night when a crowd of several I avenue. having polled Unquestionably the Republican

I I I is usually the case when they hundred made merry at the an-' These few words tell polls were opened 8 o'clock this .
action is determined. 'I a com- legislative
chairman of the senate committeeon : I particularly in
meet, slugged away throughoutthe nual grand ball of the Legion held
: plete and unadorned tale of the morning it is doubtful if more
Political insiders however, have audit and control will to bout. at the Habana-Madrid club. New York and New Jersey Lave
II go I hospitality of Key West and its than 2,500 will be voted the
an explanation of their own for I bucked the C. O. P. leaders
the the robing room of the justices: people it is pointed out, and up
f government's desire for haste.,,.
the polls close at sundownthis
And they advance it as the reason TOLEDO PEACE PLAN I II what it means to appreciative tremendously. Whatever anyone
believed be the SEES
I I j to same room M'GRADY visitors
why Stanley Reed solicitor :, I who come to the city. afternoon. about the total popularvote
general of the United States has !; where 134 years ago Thomas Jefferson a I :Many letters written in a' sim- While the full returns will be .
asked the court to set a hearing i! AS CURE FOR MENTAL ASTIGMATISM (I mar vein are being received by the fact remains that numerous -

in the case for November 20 instead -:: as vice president sat and I tj people in Key West, who have I posted in front of The Citizen office districts which went Demo

of December 9 as urged by i reflected the future of the! taken a delight in making pleas- i tonight the count to 3
upon I I up
counsel for receivers of the New I I (Mr Araoeii sled Pres.) I ant the stay of seasonal visitors. cratic last year, went Republican

England textile mills who also are ,,, original thirteen states. j I TOLEDO O. Nov. 11.Out of' a time Toledo's industries would! Others who are returning to o'clock this afternoon for the information this year. On that basis such driftas
the 1 I shutdown of:I the city for the winter and have I
testing act. be '
paralyzed by a of our readers is shown
The Figures The exact history of the roomis the multiplicity of strikes that power. I II I completed arrangements for homes II tker. ww, mifftly was

not known definitely, but students -I 1 I I and apartments are: below: '
A of
eight '
i in' permanent panel ]I away from the Democrats.
That explanation briefly stated northern Ohio
the,I, have swept over Mrs. D. A. Printz, of Franklin,
of the of
early days nonpartisan members was set i Ward
up. I Qualified Voted
is that the lack of revenue from Oa the other hand. the
Pennsylvania, who will, with her in rat
republic are confident the old rob the lest l two years emerged the Two panels of five each, one rep-i 1 306 145
processing taxes into
now coming .
two daughters, Misses Davie and power developed by the Democratic -
the treasury alarms those respon-.J I ing room was Jefferson's office Toledo industrial peace plan |; resenting labor and one industry I''I Arleen spent last winter jn Key .i 3 2 613 366 city Machines in New YOlk,
which might in personnel as 322. 174
sible for,the nation's budget. from the time the completed I ,4 vary West, will arrive on.the; New: -.d Penpaylvan'a _
situation arose, also were --4 ntfW&f -378' -
Four times since it wa conceived new ," j&Mp
Sincealj.el>'of4feisyear f northern wing of the capitol was organized. Cuba )forid3Ymorn g from"Tarn1 i : II 5 538 301 heartenstnose Democratic doubters -
$49,034,606 has been paid into : 1 pa and be located at the Bank who had been fearful that
in June by
the organized
occupied in 1800 until expira 1 Lind Named Chairman I 6" 399 234
the treasury in processing taxes. I apartments on Fleming street. I Mr. Roosevelt would be able to
the tion of his term as vice president I F. McGrady, No. 1 strike McGrady selected Lind chair- count
During same period of last Edward I Mr. and Mrs. Horace Connable on very little next jiar
collections Havana.'I March 3, 1801. I man. Lind, since January, 1333,], I Totals 2,921 1,598 from the industrial
year were ['o! Kalamazoo, Michigan will ar- cast.
$168,981'-1 I mediator of the department of 1.-1 had participated in approximately!;,: I I
552-a difference of Mantel Cracked i rive December 10 and occupy the These two aspects: of the ca-t

like 120 millions of dollars. It continued to be used as the!I her, it has been tested. I I 1,000 labor disputes', ,most of Bailey apartments on Flagler ENGINEERS COME generally overshadow the 1 rssspedtacllat
Narrowed down even further, I which did not teaeli' tellstrike avenue. While {here last year, 1 reform from Republican :
treasury books show that for the vice president's quarters, except I In all four tests it has come'off stage. j If V.i,. : |I I I Mr. Connable'' :purchased three PhUaAeJvhia, where thvotetrf .. .

first 21 days of October, 1935, 'I I during the rebuilding of the capitol -I with quiet, non-spectacular vic:-II "In the event otafdtadlock cIr or', lots in the 'JlWtello Towers Sub-I HERE TO CONDUCTRAILROADSURVEY, tarried back a determined

processing taxes collected amounted after it was burned by the threatened strike lockout the division drive Democrat .
I tones that stand out in contrast} and will this year make I Democratic: and ) :

to $10,019,182. For that period British, until 1859 or 1860 when with the frenzied jostling of chairman calls "in Representatives" plans for construction of theirs I Kentucky; where a determined
last year $44,724,613 was derived -,' '| the I of each panel individually, !oc-I I winter home. Republican drive was similarly defeated -
1 the supreme court took over shouting of epithets and their
crowds said. state
from the same -source. In I I I Mrs. T. Elwood Allison and ,
other words, October, 1934, col- j old senate chamber as a courtroom hurling of missiles outside strike cases. The chairman then calls all w: daughter, Miss Meredith, of Wall- Psychological' Factors

lections alone were almost as and used the vice president's I beset industrial plants. i three together. In four cases out)ingford, Pennsylvania were here I GROUP PROPOSES TO SPEND The number of legislative seat

large as the total during the three quarters as a study and a placeto Too Close To Issues t|t of five an agreement will result"j! last year and occupied the Reynolds ABOUT FIVE DAYS GATHERING picked op by the Republican", in

and one-half months of this fiscal !! don their black robes before a5eSSIOn. Leaders of 27 cities have written that will prevent a costly strike. j I home. This year they will New York and New Jers-jy was
I' is1) "There's going to be plenty of I be located in thi Sawyer home on I DATA COVERING not proportionately great. wvl 1 not
"What !
year.Meanwhile :McGrady asking
need for this plan or something I
AAA must continue I i Washington street. Last year DAMAGE FROM even the most! enthusiastic Republican -
paying benefits to farmers for j Historians also believe that it this Toledo plan! How does it similar" said McGrady. "I be-,'i Mrs. Meredith purchased two lots STORML. I elaimer would refer to the
crop reduction. Since July I, was in this room that Jefferson work and why does it work!" lieve there will be many more ,'i in the Martello Towers subdivision i result as anything approaxhin a

1935 AAA expenditures have totaled : perfected his work on his monu-]I To the last question McGrady strikes. History shows that when'I and expects to erect a winterresicaence landslide.
the nation is coming out of a de) C. Frohman, P. P. Pierce R.j
$211.000,000 with only $49- i mental "Manual of Parliamentary' replies, "It cures mental astig- I! on the site. Politics, however, is not all a
000,000 in processing taxes to pay j pression labor tries to get back Mrs. Frederick Lee and son, I* Lacgford and F. II. Taylor. engineers I matter of f RUre There are reasons -
Practice, still the basis of matism, term he likes to applyto :
them. } I pro- what it has lost, and industry tries Fredercik, of Beach Haven N. J.,! of the Florida East Coast I why the returns from t these

Decision Vital cedure in both house and senate. muddled thinking. to regain what it has lost." I! will arrive November 15 and will Railway, arrived on the Florida, j r two states cheer Republican hearts:

!i Being RenovatedThe "Negotiators in strikes get too be comfortably located in the!, to a degree out of all proportion
This i this
marked decrease in the I I morning to begin, a survey of
amount of processing taxes is due I! old robing room, a spacious close to the issues, ," he said. ,i NEWSPAPER\ HAN Fame house, the Watson Cottage the railroad right of way and i'! to the gain as recorded in cold l lI
on Flagler Avenue, which mathematics.First .
to the temporary injunctions issued chamber with high ceilings and I, "They need help from the out they'I property. I'I
,, j occupied last gear.GUNTOTERS of all, this is the first en-
against their collection until'the side dispassionate counsel of
of ;
adorned with fine examples
PAYS VISIT HERE This is of the 1 r
; I a part program j J courage ent the party has had.
supreme court determines! those who see the good and the
mural relief, is being renovatedfor I Ion
i ii of wide front, the '
their validity. j i MOSTLY investigation which M to be I so a since pa'my:
problems of the community as a
the of Senator Byrnes.Its made in order I|| days of the 1928 Republican
use -to determine as
It isn't difficult, therefore whole above the differences of DURING MORNING FROM OTHER CITIES
see just how much hinges on what..', sandstone walls, part of the comparative few." a'' i t accurately as possible! the amount:!; triumph. A few congressional
1 original capitol built in 1789 and of damage sustained by the road !f, districts, or an isolated state hen'
the supreme court decides in 1100-: Across northern Ohio at least I ,
CRy A** rtmtH Prrmt ;
1800 chow the marks of the fire there have been back.
; during the hurricane of September -land: won
Mills The United States strikes broken a' I i
sac vs. of! 550 had out in CHICAGO, Nov. 12.-It's the!
when the capitol was burned in : J. R. ttCNDEHAKE. TRAVEL 2.When. i but all of those victories werewithin
America. I 1814. The chandelier however wide variety of industries and t i visiting gunman-not the native,} W. R. Kenan, president I I!,!, more or less restrict-J
Should the decision go againstthe communities between September, LING REPRESENTATIVE SE. son-that gives Chicago police
miraculously came through un )I of the road, and S. M. Loftin, at !!!Bruits
government, revenue in the 1 1933, and July 1935.
scathed and is in good condition.1 CURES DATA HERE FOR their greatest worry in warring torney and: co-reeewrer of the Even more encouraging to the
form Lind executive I
of processing taxes would be Ralph A. secretary -I fi '
against illegal I
It will form the central lighting road, were here Sunday, Novem- G. O. P. is the fact that any gain
dried up. thus jeopardizing budget of the National Regional Labor PUBLICATIONJ. The detective bureau
fixture of the room. I I announces I ber 4, The Citizen was told that+I I at all wax registered over this
estimates and, according to a pre I Board in Cleveland said that I 1 I that approximately two-thirds of
Other senators fortunate enough : until an accurate estimate was ]I) wide territory. The national elect -
vious announcement of President I not more than 40 of these strikes those arrested .
to obtain quarters in the space,I for illegal gun r made of the damage occasioned by t! ton is a year away. If vote are
Roosevelt necessitating the find- formerly occupied by the supreme occurred: in Toledo. Three ofthese ] R. Wendehake, travelli..gcorrespondent carrying during the first 10 the hurricane no statement could 'i drifting away from the Democrats
ing of other taxes to take their 40 however, j
were so spec
months of the current
in Europe and the year came be the calculator
court, but not comparable made relative to rebuilding of nay Republican a
pJace. I,I tacular they focused national at- Orient, for the Panamanian to Chicago from other cities and I i'
I' to that of Byrnes are Senator news- the extension.It great many more can follow with-
On the other should the' tention Toledo. I
hand George of Georgia. Senator Hay-: on I paper El Panama America was an towns. is expected that when the| in the next 12 wonttw.
court.! uphold the constitutionality I I! den of Arizona, Senator Black of Th ewhich Electric Auto-Lite strike;I arrival on the Florida this morning Arrests for the period totalled appraisal to be made by the group ( In short, the Republicans now

of AAA, the government would be. Alabama and, oddly enough.! dragged from April 12 to'| and sailed for Havana. en I 785 of whom only 284 were born of engineers starting out today is'!' find courage., to hope that the tide
Lble to rw,ount its losses and keep : June 24, 1934, was marked by; I in Police took 805 '
j| "Young Bob" La Follette of' route to Panama City guns completed and other data is com-!i has turned defmrtery. That u why
within its budget estimates. Individual i I I' violence which led to deaths of, his brief Mr. Wen- l from those arrested and discovered
!I I Wisconsin. stay, piled and ready for presentation they make so ranch of their 1035victories.
industries, however in f!r I I two men and the wounding of two dehake discussed Key West with i that 20 were wanted for murder, to the courts, an announcement j'I .

many instances face possible ruin I!: : officers and 15 soldiers of the The Citizen to secure information 164 for robbery 115 for of the future policy of the road The Democratic Pict.reL001ciwg

in this event. A' great number]'|I 'NEW ARRIVAL AT : Ohio National Guard. which he will incorporate .in his i,. three for manslaughter. assault.1 will be male.Engineers r j I HOW at the other side

ceased paying processing taxes i[, i I Other Strikes "Round the World" series of burglaries 15 for larceny one for arriving this morn- | of the picture. Democratic observers

when they obtained temporary in-'|I !! HOME OF WELLSMr. I A year later-April 23, 1935- stories to be concluded--after his : extortion and six ,for statutory ing planned to leave this morning!i see in the election returns -

junctions. The obligation of pay-, the United Automobile Workers arrival in Panama. id1a ges.I on the Launch Doreli, Captain] only eve real surprise and

ing back taxes probably would I i I I Union called a strike which led to I Mr. Wendehake says'he! has just Duringthe first ten months of John Lopez, and be away on the that surprise was favorable to the

bankrupt some of the smaller in- I the closing of the Chevrolet Motor concluded a trip which has taken I, 1934 police nabbed 957 gun toters tour of investigation for about Democrats.It .

dustries. I : and Mrs. Earl Wells, 1430 Co. plant, where 2,340 men were .him to many of the principal cities i and seized 1.101 weapons. I five days. arose from the abnormally

: I'Eliza street, announce the birth I listed as employes. A week later of the world in his capacityas ;, large majorities rolled up by

of a girl at the home_ on Tuesday! I I the Fisher Body Co. plant in correspondent and good-will FINED FOR KISSING Democratic city machines, par-

I night, November 5. The little I Cleveland where 9,000 were em- ambassador for Panama. -FRESH- ticularly in New York city, northern -

$t\9t'\1\t.\ s I I : 'i' one has been given the name of!:! ployed, shut down. The dispute t When leaving on the Floridafor Fruits and Vegetables I FLORENCE Italy-A?judge in, New Jersey and at some point

anal't : Kathleen Antionette. I was not settled until May 15. s. Havana he carried a numberof Fresh Shipment Just Received this city sentenced a man to; in Pennsylvania. There were ex
cure I( !I Both mother and baby are doing Six weeks later the Inter folders and informatory litera- .I three months and ten days in jail] ceptions, notably in Ohio but it i is

WHISKIES AND GINS : nicely. 1 national Brotherhood of Electrical ture about Key West most o1 j i' TIFT'S CASH GROCERY 1 i 1 for kissing his fiancee in a i' the big eastern centers of pop-

]I j Mrs. Well was before her mar- Workers called a strike in the Toledo which has been compiled and issued | 1101 Division St. Phone 291 park and the latter three months!ulation which have worried the

I'riage Miss Oorinne Griffin. I Edison Co. It appeared for by the WPA administration. for accepting his caresses. !I Democrats most.







[btitLtPabttshed tl BIRTH OF THE RED CROSS (r ticket agents now holding their

I KEY WEST IN f!,t convention in St. Petersburg. The

lastly ..xeept Suna.y EyTIII. The annual roll call of the Red Crossis lE.O YOU KNOW By BOB DUNN I. ;agents will arrive here November
CITISPCtlld UL U ('lie INC.ARTttlN DAYS GONE BY I 116. Three special train will carry
t 1-. : P'.W... taking place, and the public is again be- the visitors from The Svnsl ini .

,0&8L1.k\, asaMaal Mae ,_ ........ ing reminded of the untiring zeal and effectiveness 3 '[1iAr'-r ''GIANT 'OF THE GLA .-seaTTLE Happaaiaff; Her Jut 10 Ye r' '!i I City to Miami. Two of the

'ti.Comer u..... aq Aar.et. of this indispensable organization ? < \ INOOSTRV IS A Tb FOOT> Af. .Today File Of A*The Takea Citizen From I ITt I traips will come to Key West with

in the service of stricken humanity.In 1 CAReoymAT 'TJ.tEetE eoTTlX about 700 of the 1060 members.

Ii I It
; now world-wide agency of mercy, it is not not arrive in Key West today.I available to run between Key
lItert'CI: at .-: e'1 4sa teooad olau aatt.rgIRT Q1RFOMLBOTTLE:
-- i'TH amiss to give a thought to that kindly soul pp. : l '2 Although a telegram was received'I !! West, Pensacola and HavanaThis
: TYtAqr.rr. : c I by Tax Collector W. F. Maloney announcement is made by;
K; tae:.....<>"... who was its founder Henri Dunant, a from Jfr. Sears announcing his in.j;I Captain Clarke D. Stearns com1 -

U.. M.octatai JiTIa. ..x e ust"v' __t".... t. titt."SiJi Franco-Swiss businessman, born in Genevain 3 )1l tention of coining to Key West, a I mandant at the naval station

tar a k :sot -o&It4t.taJ; .].... "bl u:, afwa ih,4 by diti..tt t T paper cr.dit.d sad a1.1lb. t. 1828. later wire advised Mr. Maloneythat ; Captain Jack Maher, U. S. A.,has

lu.al ..Y&. Yabllahed, h. .. or! .! dye to the late arrival of the been asked to take up the matter
Witnessing the sufferings of the .
with the
Chamber of Commerceof
train today, which would allow the
"i "'-\%1lO At 11>..,.1)Ate I wounded after the battle of Sojferino 1! congressman but a brief stay; he Pensacola. Captain Stearns said
.3:c SOCI'lINi' in 1859 he has visit that if Pensacola will cooperate
.Ii Italy, organized a volunteer l j decided to postpone the
] C-/ e" e:_ 1935 i with Key West, tourists
i many
\ to a later date. Two of the import-
nursing service for their '
__ '-T- relief. For IJ 1 could be down to
--- brought Key
--S4Yt'NIPT14., U'LS i ant matters which are to be dis-
Lee Tear ..' u .. ...... years thereafter he lectured and wrote of .t i cussed the future arrival of West on their way to Havana.
._ ==== === THAT upon
Months r
Fix Ikra: lloath Lie the horrors he had witnessed, traveling sTUBeY. MOxav t :j :Mr. Sears are the 'new postoffice:
I Inauguration of the new city
Jn Uontb and inland channel Bahia'j
Weekly .....-..-- "'-h'_'_' :.te.nsfT11NS about Europe making his plea for an organization IMOOSTRVC pesiGweo ASv' i an from administration< will take place
to West.
j I! this evening. The event will be in
RATES to meet such emergencies. Officials NO-oeposrr seee CQ ITAINER ,
Made ltn wn on application. J of influence were interested and an .ALREAD/ USE IN 2Q I "E. E.'Crusoe, formerly in busi t! the city hall and begin 8 o'clock.
eREl glls P4 IANWNn.1M '!: New mayor and all other city of.
SPECIAL tenets' international lus coawray ness In Miami, win"soon open anew
conference called
was at ficers will"be inducted into office.
An'reading. tiotlcva. cards of thanks reaolatlen of I I filling station in this city. E
r..p.;> .ct. obituary notices. etc, will be charged for at Geneva in 1863, with 36 delegates representing E. Crusoe will be the proprietor!; Appoinment of many officials will
the :a:c ef 10 cefttB a line. I be made "by the
Vniires for eatettalnments by churches from which 14 nations and six charitable organizations of the new business 'for which a i I _mayor.
a i ,"'n qt. Is to !I.e derived are 5 cents a line. I
Tin. 'itiien .e an open forum and Invites dlscns- present. Thus the Red Cross e building is being erected at the!1 Editorial comment: The man.
sl I'in 9f public ."'_. and subjects of local or general I I corner of Simonton and Division :i: who can get a good laugh out of
lnt.TtM.t but U will not publish anonymous: communi was born. streets. i
cations. j his blunders is on the tray to
Henri Dunant lived to the age of 82, y Vr wisdom and to happiness.
The West Woman's (
which time he had the Key Club. ;
by seen great organization
: ;
through its president Mrs. Wm. R
IMPROVEMENTS Fight fans are promised a great
of which he was the father' 'l I Warren, has extended an invita I j treat tonight when Garner John,

ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN spread to every civilized nation. Perhaps u _> J i tan'to the Exchangeites and their I II .flyweight champion of 'the south

no man who ever lived contributed more to tlI I wives to attend a reception to beheld ;;ahd 'Baby Reyesof Key West:
i 8:30 o'clock Friday night in 'meet in the squared circle at the
I.- Water and Sewerage. I the cause of humanity than he, and millions I the Seaman's Barracks at the I Athletic 'Club. The semi-final' will

2. Bridges to complete .Roaa i tb Main* \f< yet unborn will be beneficiaries of 1 naval station. The reception is to ibe between Oscar Pita and Gus

land. ,_ -" t." .. I the noble movement of which his great, 1 be given in honor -of and compliment |I Reyes ,
\I i to the principals and j
S. Free Port. sympathetic heart was the inspiration. .! teachers of Monroe Count'' Steamship Henry R. Mallory,

j schools. of the Mallory Steamship Lines is
4. Hotels and A arm1ents.. INDIAN SUMMER I ;e-'_' Q|ue to arrive in Port Saturday i

5. Bathing Pavilion. Leslie A. Curry; newly elE !1i-ht from New York to Gahresn. -

!{ mayor of Key West-will holds ty. There are a nwnbr of passengers -
I, 6. Airports-Land and Sea :.i November is usually marked by a '' 1 Y :' ception at La Brisa skating -'rma: on the ship for Key West.t .

7. Consolidation of County and City brief period of warmer weather after the 1'Nat' AlREADY THERE: I 1 tonight following)] the inauguration t '_

I Governments. ARE 107. 000..000 i J ceremonies at city halL Mayor'; L. Brigga, x>f WilHamstown
first cold snaps of winter have passed, STANDARD BEEIS THAT ,. Curry extends a cordial invitation! 1fass., }i-as been made foreman of )

this period being popularly known as In- BOTTLES CONSTANTLY GLASS BLOWING V>ASINTRODOCEC to all friends to meet with him|the Columbia Steam Lawtdry. Mr.
Beware of no one more than dian summer. How the name arose is obscure OF I and .assist in celebrating and Briggs recently
STATES AND THAT THESE. victory. from MascachaaetU where he was
self except that it is of American origin.In SANITARY CONTpJF113R5 THE TIME OF EMPEROR AUGUSTUS I ,connected wWi the Greffoek' Hotel

I England and France this warmer WILL) MAKE AT LEAST! IN THE PHOENICIAN CITY\ OPTODAY'S Key West will be host to the, in Wilh'amstown.

reason is known as St. Martin's summer, 25 TRIP TO C01SOMEES 51DONI 1. .
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Among time-sa\ing devices the wastebasket
I and is supposed to begin on St. Martin's II
holds a deservedly high place.It I "
Day, November 11, around which many .
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is because we all have faults: thatwe I bright traditions and have sunny grown.there will If be the a cold day win.be I 1 I WEATHER 11 I Today's Birthdays'' DEPOSIT YOUR MONEY 1

take such pleasure in :remarking thoseof ter, and the same will happen if the trees I ..........s.paean.......1)
.o hers. still retain their foilage; but if frost occurs Anne Pam s h '(Mrs. Charles A. ;

before that the winter will be Tcmperatvre Ian tic States, being heavy in the Corliss),of New York City: novelist ;J

day Highest ..........................._----..._82 I middle 'Gulf 'coast, 'in Mississippi,I born at Colorado Springs,I YOUR TOWN I
When touch the mild-so runs the ancient saying.St. "
you pocketbook Lowest 73 '
i northern 'Alabama, and Tennessee. Colo., 47 years ago. I
nerve'of the average citizen, dynamitecomes Martin is the patron saint of Mean n_...' ...............-.................78 Temperatures continue above
Normal Mean _..........._._75 .
to life.Congress. France, of beggars and of reformed normal in eastern and southeastern "U. S. Senator Warren "R. Austin -
aairir.llYesterday's "
drunkards. He was a real personage, who districts, and 'toave "fallen, decidedly of Vermont, born at 'Highgate, All Modern Banking Facilities

flourished in the fourth and be- Precipitation .01 Ins.! 'I in the West Gulf States, Vt., 58 'years ago.
century Normal: Precipitation .08 Ins. Commercial and Savings Accoqnts
Bill Seeks Fisedom of the m. ,
with _
readings degrees lower ]
came Bishop of Tours, rising from pagan .1... reeerd.ever, :4-.... peeled
Air.-Headline. Heavens, was it contemplating ,diaic lit h aVtock ,fbln ___a&,. extreme o-ithern Texas and subject Dr. Frank B. Mallory of Boston

taxing the air, too. parents. Many miracles, including raisingthe Tomorrow'. Almanac temperatures prevail over 'noted pathologist, born in

dead, are attributed to him. One legend Sun rises ...-_._. 6:43: a. in. wegtein Canada, Edmonton, Alberta Cleveland, 73 years ago.
The First National Bank West
reporting 14 degrees be- I ol Key
tells that after he divided his cloak witha Sun sets _____ 5:40: p. m.

What, if anything became of Moon 'rises _..___._n_... 8:34 p. TO.' low.'G. J. Wilson 1
ever Riley representing
beggar on a wintry November day, sum fc. KKNNKDY.Officer. ,
Moon sets _.__.._...._.... 9:46 a. m. 'Louisiana
our old friend the 5th district in Con Member of the Federal Reserve
. Feng, who used to do the mer came back again because of his kind Tomorrow" Tide. in Charge.
g'ress since 1915 born in Winn

Christian generaling in China? deed-hence the term St. Martin's summer High _mm_....___11:59 A.M. 11 P.M.:27! In 1795 the State 'of Georgia Parish, La.. 64__years_ 'ago. : Member of the Federal Deposit; Insurance j

i which has persisted for more than 1- Low ...?m.m.m 5:36 4:31 sold 86,973% acres of land to the I'
It Tennessee company for $500. Today Thomas "B. McAdams of Richmond
may be desirable to be able to 500 years.St. Barometer 8 a. m. today: Corporation
speak several languages, but it is even Martin's or Indian summer is briefly Sea level, 30.01.WCATHEH this land includes all,of the' Va., and Baltimore a -noted 1
j Shoals district and is worth banker, born in Richmond, 56
more important to be 'able to think in one. described as "that mellow time in November \millions. It ]i,years ago.
.-..- which follows the first, or even the TOWECAST t .- _... ____ ._ __ d._____.

When it second cold snap or period; the return of I ----
was announced over the I (Till 8 p. m.. Wednerd.jr)

radio that "Dutch" Schu!>,z had been killed summer for a season; characterized by a i Key West and Vkinity: Partly J .............._........................................e.o....................................
one of the hazy atmosphere and a mellow air and cloudy tonight and Wednesday; ..........................................................................................
Florida stations received 87 tele- ................................. ..A..................................................
phone calls coloring." ................................................... ..............................
asking who would be the next t .w4w

governor.-Fort Myers News-Press. i

Florida ijewspaper editors ?who have \
When we think of the World War, we J'!,
sons or daughters employed bjTeWPA t '
instinctively think of the losses of men and y;

contrary to the rules and, regulations,. and property sustained by France and Bel ( GENUINE GLASSBAKE COOKING WARE
do not find it expedie to attack this par- \_ 4 ;
gium. Perhaps no one thinks of the part \ t
ticular agency of the. 'emergency relief for k i
little Rumania.
played by
that reason can resorf-1Q.l1 dig between the Verily Cloudynot
But consider this: While French I
ribs by assailing the New Deal in general. j much change in temp,",tura; 1 1trnte
1 deaths were 16 per cent of troops engaged pScrve$ sPic
to moderate east or southeast
luli'nln 1 a. !
i I i and Belgian deaths were only a trifle over winds. I )lt>:
Ocala licenses!'! slot machines. :
That's {5) per cent Rumanian losses showed the Florida: Partly cloudy: with Plate J setfc
one consequence of the I I showers northwest
in extreme
cross-state canal
tragic and pitiful total of 45 cent of
the I per and in north 'and NI
canal workmen must have some placeto portion tonight r-
I: fatalities. central portions Wednesday;;
toss away their coin. While Ocala ap I Rumania had under arms 750,000 colder in extreme north portionVednt'scay :

proves. New Orleans which knows the \ afternoon. I
of whom 335,706 killed died
men, were or
evils of gambling, disapproves Jacksonville to Florida Straits: i
to the
extent -i of disease, while 120,000 more were I Ii Gen'Je to modt'nltewinds mostly :

of organizing squads to put the one- I wounded, making her total casualties of 1 1i east or southeast and partly overcast -: \ ,_- I _
arm bandits out of i and Wednesday i -
commission; by smash weather tonight 'f
fraction 60
dead and wounded a over per b i
ing them into smithereens.The i 1 I j

cent. I East Gulf: Moderate southeast 1"V i j 2gT CV\ "-_
In striking contrast is the record of i or south! 'winds'over north 'portion J sociali5

Key West Citizen thinks' that I United with and and east or, southeast winds over
aconjrressman's the States, only one one- j
I south portion and partly overcast
job is a "sinecure." The half per cent of lead and less than four :I weather tonight and Wednesdaywith I : '

amount of kowtowing, ru iiiing? around and '1, and one-half per cent of wounded the. $how era brat extreme north % l -_- -=-- = \ -

work that a congressman must do these I i j lowest of any nation engaged in the war. j portion late tonight and over _-; -

days, makes his job a .hard one and one !; The total number 'of United States I j north. .:portion L.r--Wednesday.. 1 /
< : _
that many wouldn't have for ten times the |; troops mobilized was less than ly'per cent .; t\VEATHFR CONDITIONS lr v

salary attached tc the: po Sarasota of the total engaged on the sideL; of&the-- ,'> .. .. "..........-;-- I!
Herald. "I'ressul' & relatively low this y
Nevertheless, congressmen seldom and of these less than one-half'ever' .
j I allies, mornnijj front the middle Gulf) '

relinquish the Sinecure" voluntarily, i reached the battlefields. Cost northeastward over Pennsylvania South Florida Contracting & Engineering Co.

and there is always a plethora of candidates 1: Yet, it can not be denied that the Meridian, Miss. 2P.88
inches. and Pittsburg, Pa.. 29.96
eagerly willing to become martyrs. ;; timely arrival of the American troops inches and high from Texas Phone S98 White and EFza Streets

-The reason is that so many think like i i turned the tide against the Central Powers 1 northeastward over Ontario and

the Key West paper that the! job is along the Atlantic coast Abilene, '"
cinch. Sarasota a and our relatively small force, combinedI Texas, 30.30 inches. Cochrane. Yotw'home i* worthy of the ,eat"
Herald. Congressmen I with the tremendous moral effect of our
Ontario. 30.52 inches, and Hat- ........................-......................................aaaaa..*.. ... .....
evidently like the bitter m'did">e M which entry into the war, was the deciding factor teras, N. C, 30.10 inches. 'Rains -a- the Sarasota occurred last .....................................--..........................>a..aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa4'J
paper speaks, for they always i :Tn 'the greatest struggle the world has ever; have daring the 24 ..............aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaai ..........e..ae.eeee..es.. ..h
come after more. hours throughout 'most of 'the
4 seen country, except in the South At-

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I hAl HIGH CO CT 4 GEt ,. o..e..oeo.e..e CLASSIFIED. ,!-.5..e..e.5.Today's ;1' ro rn SUBSCRIBERS w44

'. 'br.. i\\-\yeaasl+i .....t'BoW..D--....- --... "'.., -,-- COLUMNeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee; 'I Anniversaries -*
SPORTS : .........e..5........ you d. act racil.! V..r

81'NOPfU8 A.*. >onuu>ortfc through three thousand dollars 1615-Richard Baxter, famed I paper fcy 6:15''clotlt U tW
.a.. Id/t tA.-0rwat *0... te Portland alt.n.... call
idHc ftod keex to fluid worth of neLHigb'conrage. Advertisements under this head English non-conformist divine," teleplu. 81
tar.ld toria. For cane.Amt recta ka*s"k Itamed i*that A.- Anne"f 'her'In: will'be 'inserted fn'Tb' Citizen at born. Died Dec. 8, 1691. sad '. Paper will' ... Nat foye
-.-. b -t.. -hetr fc. -endZiticiada terest diverted. She 'realized they &...
not fonttxxrrth,of and that .*. bad topped the ridge and were rollIng ..- .-.. the rate of Ic a word for each in-I r A cbmplala't boy
'cimiiotfokerit tikrtr large estate. 1751-Margaret Gorton, wife of I .. oa d.ty *t this office Prow
down the rfertion "bat 'the minimum for the
smoothly western side.
Her"rrialivc- her tanev .atrdeterteii ._ 0. .. .__ _.. .. I
Her. S. doe wor''roes She watched John Nenman's hands ---- first Insertion in every instance is the Revolutionary soldier, killed 6:155. 7:I5 p. ..fortL.

.Imoi/i.Oman htr,a rum Fi..von wkq k I
.'(rra* leroks. >.. overtake ker browned square Upped, capable ACEVEDOSTARS .j I WAMONDBALLHLT NEW BASKETBALL Payment for 'classified advertisements cannon until herself badly wounded. -
car Ca.a:to."i."teA*n. key eke rke had rap lost.01 her pat hands. is invariably'in advance t born 'in Franklin Co., Pa. plain Help ss sirs i yea 100

Occasionally she glanced up and t but regular advertisers"with ledger I Died Jan. 16, 1800. percoat service by taking 81
thapter 16 saw his profile in the reflection of I DOWN DEAN NINE TOMORROW( NIGHT LEAGUE WILt BE ': accounts may nave their advertisements I if yoa
TECLA SORKI lights from the dial board. StrengthIn I I r {i i charged. 1770-Joseph Hopkimon! son ass.1rmmm.
every line. She liked the way his TO TAKE SERIES ORGANIZED HERE!!1 Advertisers should give their! of a famed father Philadelphia
face cleared of the on which eyebrows and like'the !
HIS swept up out ((By :JOVE) street address well as their tele- lawyer congressman and jurist. !

had disguised Blmt the service arched 1I'1ngsof> a sea-gull.-aad the Tomorrow, night at the park, the i I phone number if they desire re- author of 'If ail Columbia" :
way his hair reached back from a : : TWO I MEETING (1798)), born in Philadelphia.1
station. Joha Nenman stood besIde.nde"l BE'l'JtELOWED BUT Bakers U\ll\ cross bats with the TO BE HELD. TONIGHT suits. ican
i journalist and
near center part in the same fashion I' : war correspondent -
With classified Died there Jan.
each advertise-t 15, 1842.
car 'studying tier strained as though the brows "ha'd set the HITS IN SIX INNINGS'GAME I Bar-B-Q 'ten. AT HOME OF B. E.i : born in Montreal Died
I' bent The Citizen will'e free an
Its.. xotrnte: nance. plainly revealed pattern. i This .corniest<< -will mean 'a lottoboth -COMPLETE1 I I I I Feb. 12, 1915.
1815 Elizabeth
INNING BRA, TLEY TO Autostrop Razor Outfit. Ask for Cady Stanton i
Anne relaxed.'eased back In theseat.'ripped THAT
the-reflection '
from the
In of lights i I
clubs The Dough 'boys 'will it. celebrated pioneer of the equal
bar i iI
the .
) small hat from .
fatal board head and loosened the braids 110 they BECAUSE OF RAIN have'a good bold 'oh 's conil place I ORGANIZATION"Efforts I FOR'RENTFURNISHED I rights movement, among the KEY WEST'COLONIAL

"Miss Farnrworth." be began fell across her'.houlders 'BCboo lrl by 'winning, 'and the 'sandwich I to organize a fourteambasketball II country's great reformers born! HOTEL
slowly. though reaching; an Im .j at Johnstown N. Y. Died Oct. i
fashion. will I ,
: should
portant decision "could yon do mea (By JOVE) aggregation, it 'league will 'be con- APARTMENT -
great favor? I have to reach home learned lots 'about John 'The .'Acevedo Stars composed tie the -Funeral Homers for third tinued tonight 'at a 'meeting to 'beheld : Modern conveniences, 628,26, 1902. I In the Center of the Business'

tonight and Dick's ear baa developed SHNeuman !In 'the last "hour. She of some of the best players in I position;and also the Bakers as at the "home of B. 'B..B ant-!, 'White street 'or call at Gaiti's 1817-Ball'u1lah. Baha'i prophet I and Theater District

Internal complications. It had glimpsed the effort It had Key West, defeated the Dean, each of the three clubs l will have ley corner 'of Olivia and Francis i I Barber Shop. nov12 born in Persia' Died May j

works line while we're near help. cost him 'to go through' '>school, I won one game'and lost two. streets. I 189%. First CI*._Fireproof-
but when we reach the lone high though apparently he didn't consider : Series in their three-game series Ward 'and M. Acevedo win 'be ,, Three 'teams 'have 'already' ''been I Ii i FURNISHED.APARTMENT, with I :Sensible Rafts

way. It stops If It wouldn't 'Inconvenience It'an effort Bummers on the water two games to one. ;' the lottery for the Bread 'outfit,,i enlisted in 'the newly :created:I f electric ice box. 1001 Eaton' 1856-Francis Lynde, prolific!

you-" winters In school sometimes a Yesterday afternoon at the and Rosam or Tynes willpitch> league, but'the recreation depart-] "phone '87D-J. nov9-lmox I writer of fiction, born at Lewis-1 COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEIGarag ,
"Oh.it wouldntt"Anne didn't tt lapse 'of.a year "between: terms as Navy 'Ball Field, the victors 'won for the opposition and Woodson 'ment of the local WPA is anxious: ton. N. Y. Died in Tennessee j

for his explanation. She wondered If he went north with the Alaskan'' the third contest by the score of will be behind the 'pl te. :. to "have at least 'four teams, :I FURNISHED. HOUSE. Modern t May 16, 1930. Elevator

the relief she felt at having human packing fleet. 4 to 0.The The gime'will 'start t7:30 i i During the 'winter: successful: conveniences: thr e bed rooms..t ] Poplar; 'Prices;

companionship over the grade was, "Thissummer Tm out to earn game was 'c:1led! after six) o'cock .sharp.sOcIAL. j and active basketball league will I! garege. Apply 610 1859-James Creelman: Amer. -- .- .'..
innings had been played
j I
Street. nov9-5tx
i serve 'a two-fold 'purpose, .it was ---- -
rain. basketball I -..
pointed out.
the mound for the
will constitute"another ]
games entertainment I
Acevedo Stars 'allowed but two : with garage. Apply 827 WILL ROGERS MEMORIAL FUND '
feature tor the
: manyJ
first five innings, .
hits. For the } STANDINGS Duval street. oct19
not 'one runnel for the Pean 'clan I tourists who are expected to. beI Local Committee .for Key West
bases. A McIntosh I here this season and will:also vro-I LOSTHAL1' j .
was left on I

got on first in the opening frame I vide teams'sport members and recreation, for the' DOLLAR, head Tressed I Date;....._.______.,--' -'
sY but was doubled at second. In the (By ) I II
x fifth stanza, O. 'McIntosh singledto Teams In the .Social 'Di tnonilI -J Any person interested' in. entering out. liberal 1 reward, 'Sawyer.1
the first hit off Bethel ball League stack up "as follows:I a team in'the league l'hould1i turned 'to Benjamin F. TO THE EDITOR:
lit and Suarea hit into a double play. 'Chib- W. 'L. 'Pet. j attend tonight's meeting ".t'hicbl I I Lopez Funeral Home: novll-4tj i
to have in the
Wishing perpetuating
KI then singled to short. But- Administration .:....._ B '3 .720 |will beheld at 8 o'clock. a part
ler hit to short who made an error -j Lighthouse _'_'__ '6 '4 .600, I I I memory of one of our most beloved and useful .

School ... ___ 4 7 .360
resulted in the only two High -- :
which i PERSONAL CARDS-100 printed citizens I 'enclose herewith 'contribution of
runners to be left on bases. BayView Park _..._.___ 8 6 .333 I I cards, '$1.25. The Artman
The Acevedo boys scored two _.to the Will Rogers Memorial
I Press.. aag7
e in the first game on two singles In the' Senior Diamondball SOCIAL LEAGUEBy Fund. I understand that this gift will be added to
League the standing Is'as'f llOWS: I
and triple. _
a hit batsman a OLD PAPERS FOE SALE-Two !
trFd'b In the second inning, Barcelodoubled 'Clab- W. L. Pct bundles for EC. The Citizen Of others from Key West and will go -rffhddt'il'Iiy'

Firemen ._._.____.._ 3 0 1.000 J '
and scored on A. ( JOVE)
to right flee oct6 deductions whatsoever to the National Fund to be
Bakers .. 1.1 .500 :
the Social Diamondball
Mclntosh's error, for the third run -- --- i In
u of the game. I Lopez __.1 2 .333; League, two more games will be TYPEWRITING PAPER '- -600 expended, 'also without any deduction, as the Memorial -

The final tally came in the I Bar-B-Q.. ..-....-.-.- 0 2 .000 played 1 to determine the winnerof sheets, 75c. The Artman Press! I } Committee may determine.

sixth when P. Carbonell singledto I : the second half. 'aug7 ,
-center. Barcelo was hit by a i Pandanus fruit and coconutsare .; Wednesday afternoon at 4:30

pitched ball Bethel singled the principal crops of the Gil- o'clock the Lighthouse crew will PRThi'TING-quality Printing .t Name ?

*' r -t through short and Pubio scored.A. bert Islands, an extensive archi-J tackle the Bayview Park boys for the Lowest Prices. The Airman
Acevedo and Bethel con- pelago belonging to Great Britainin t one of the games, and the other Press. ang7 Address _.....:;....:.._. .,

1 nected for two safeties in three the mid-western Pacific ocean.( will be: played!; between the Administration .

-.. times at bat. Phosphate copra and shark fins,t, ontfit and the HighS Subscribe to The Citizen-20c N3

O. McIntosh, Hannah and Butler are exported. I I School ten on Thursday. I I weekly. -. -'

Anne found she couldn't wait. for the Dean boys and Capote, .

evident in the tone of her voice. She money for my own boat."he said,as Manolo and Bethel for the victors. t
felt she should feel resentment towards they sighted the blue street lights of were outstanding in the field. e

this man who had caused Astoria on a nearby hill and after Score by innings: P.. H. E. I -" -: : ,. ... ,- ..'. : '
... ., ':. J" { ; : .
: : : : ;.
trouble between Luke and Rob. But that well Who bOWL I'm ambitions Dean Stars .. 000 000-0 2 1. I : :: .
Luke had admired John and LuCinda In a way." He stopped suddenly Acevedo Stars 210 001-4 8 2 .

had liked him. Perhaps Rob contrite. I .,, :
had been wrong. -Here Fre talked a blue streak I Bethel and ..'/',:;:.'>.' '. ,< .
"That's mighty nice of you" he about myself and haven't even al-

returned, then told the boy In the lowed you the courtesy of one word. I..................e..k
other car to go on. after retrieving I suppose you're going to the hotel?" I ;4'
his bag. Anne couldn't tell him she understood Today's Horoscope
why be bad "talked blue :
a j
Turning to Anne be laughed boy R 4v
streak:" and so she said. "I've been 1..1. ccl :
ishly."Say. would yon think It nervy
interested In every word. It's mademe
ci me If I asked to drive? I've never
forget other things. About
owned a boat like this.. my she's a
the hotel I'm ....I'm not going there. of the bargain. He is apt to be :
beauty. Would you trust me at the
wheel?- I want to go to Tecla Sorkfs. Do too headstrong to be entirely t
you know where she Jives* successful: but there is an ele-
Anne took still-trembling bands There was no curiosity 'In his ment of bravery and personal Qe72-Q Them iiiH.
from the wheel and moved to the opposite
"Of course.-
glance or his answer honor that will generally command -
corner of the seat. She found
1 don't want anyone to know I'm of his enemies
the respect
she was chilled through and reachedfor
there. Do you suppose shell have I even while they fight him. Itt t.m
a robe to tack about her.
room for me to spend the nights"There's .Y .+xtia..wria...
John Neuman crawled under the teems to be a degree always room for a guestIn .. .
wheel examined the in l life at least to -a considerable ;
controls then a Union Town home" he answered j I I .
put the gears Into place softly and [ extent. ..
and added "would you like IC t ...
easily and they slid away., .
Ole to put your 'car In TDIck Jo- '
.e.a..o..aee.ebb's. >
What cart-Tie exclaimed In ad- kuunen's ?"
garage u fit'F'
miration. Look at her climb. Some "If would.she answered
time I'm going to have a trawler like gratefully. She blessed him for ask- y.y
!IlL 111 call her the Aalotar. sea pu
ing no questions. They sped on '
lymph that means and she'll 'take ihrMi b into As- k.
sjidclen siojrer .
the waves like this torts Ituovgh: "Astoria anfl over thebill.taythe2lriairiiktreetef '- .\.-' a ;C. '
u f.
lie talked on as they whirled up < Union .' ;I };. .: ..,...! <..,. \-
the grade: The road seemed to drop Town. # z.: I v J ( CITY ELECTION. NOVEMBER : fY:; 4 ., r
behind like an unwound ribbon The It might haVe Men that other 12. 1935 t. L 1 r .' 's S L'am' 'i4. qej J

curves slowed became the car'shorter speed sharper. He night: Anne mused as she saw ........................ te.d"l'filsteesia.
tLklng.eachol figures eevrrjiBg lat doorways out
e easily,surely '-:;_ of the ttSeuDlID".* !"Tj d3e *r For Mayor f I. '- 1fr cK ., t: .;inldd
'r drove t e car lip the DR. H. C. GALEY r
ANNE teased. These were the steep street and turned into the
curves, which were the long .shelf-like street Anne remembered For Mayor

ones which the abort?Which wouldbe I drawing up before the wooden stair WM. H. MALONE 'I + 1
the third the one where the way
"brush is al! flattened and the little "You'll want my coat. Nenman I For Reelection

fir broken oir: She didn't want to I remarked and unrolled a white I ,
know She had to know! Had Lucinda slicker which had been strapped to For CouncilmanDR. I 4 Y

: looked out on' the darkness I his one bug. "Better wait here until ) ARMANDO COBO
that moment of her life. like she. I waken Tecla.

Anne was looking? Hut Anne found she couldn't waiL I For Councilman I Lt
"That curve!" The words: spurted i She herd Xeuman pounding on the
from her lips. "Which one is it, theone i door heard a window open and acocc WILLIAM A. FREEMAN i d' r
'I -
that Dad.:.."
say something in Finnish.
"Oh. we passed! that long ago." then heard the window close. For Councilman I

J(. hn N'euman answered easily Slipping out of the car quietly she CLIFFORD G. HICKS ,

swinging the car sharply as the yellow hurried up the steps saw lights appear ; S '
eyes of a belated csr speeding In the front windows and thena J f
For Councilman /
east rounded a cut In the cliff. "As snle! : light flare above the narrow I. '_' "
1 was saying there'we were storm stoop. MARCOS A. MESA, SR. \

riding In f oai the sea and not a fCoi"rriyJkt. lass fry. Jea... Botcmanf
chance to make the channeL We For CouncilmanJIM

thought: of cutting our purse seine. ROBERTSFor .f rS
Anne ends tomorrow what she
bat It takes bfgh courage to hackToday seals "ost-frlend. and allies. -

.... ----,.. ... -..- 'City Councilman*... -". -

..............e..e..5 years ago Austria mightier than 1 J. B. SULLIVAN ,8'f= "

In History] Germany I For Police Justice ,.. + :

...........e..1 1912-Search party found bod. T. $/'CAROi .... .JA -

1035-Died, aired' about 40, '! ies of Capt. Robert F. Scott and i -
Kin two companions with completer For Chief of Police
? Canute king of England

Denmark flattered and on his Norway pome-who, showed, when :; showed ord.,that in entire Antarctic.expedition Records had i MYRTLAND CATES 4 Iney. do say they're milder and taste, .better _

how the advancing waves paid no perished after getting to Pole I For Captain. Police -
heed to his commands only to find that Amundsen there ALBERTO CAMERO I "': 'and Ive
I before them. \ .. -. : :2 heard tell they -satisfy

1848-Austria protested when
Prussia allied 'rith smaller German 1921 International Disarmament -1 For Captain of Police ..

states-so the wheel of for- Conference opens in Wash-. ROBERT J. LEWIS J .

tune turns when less than 100' ington. _a -Bobby" O IS J3,1j.art ft Unit TOBACCO Co.

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ei........................s...................... 'I the to contain 543 cheeksCOLDS
PURCHASE $50,000VORTH( \ OF GAS WASHINGTON'S A FINE CITY, IF ANY; _I acres'surveyors*-so Washington wasn't

x: : SOCIETY :-: FROM I ROGERS SO HE COULD DIVIDE I FORMER RESIDENT DOUBTS ITS ENTITY alone The in dual its names vagueness.for exactly the 666 6 6 6 FEVERfirst a.d

.1s1............................................. i same territory are handy for the day
census bureau-they can call it
I .
Woman' Club To Entertain $ !* N Drae* ia 30 minutes
WASHINGTON, NOT. 121.'gove-rnme t continuing until 1871 J Washington in comparisons of

With Tea At Club House I' It was a gasoline company that i I "So I got nothin to lose in the I I Washington, with its fine new'!when Washington congress and revoked charters of'J'.cities comparisons, and District of states.of Columbiain
i Georgetown establishing -
,bought gas from Will Rogers transaction but my voice and I
j which made it possible for him to': never lost it yet. The only one I' government building and its hi..t instead a single ANNUAL SOCK SOCIAL

Friends and members of the Pierce, Mrs. Robert Lord, Mrs.'('give $50,000 to the Red Cross and,,I can see lose is the Gulf Company toric= heritage n legal entity or;!cipality government muni-I HOLDS UP TRAFFIC Auspices Past Pocahontas CUb
Key West Woman's Club will en- Charles Wardlow Mrs. J. J. Trevor -!! Salvation Army in 1933. ': that is if they don't sell enoughgas I named the District of
tertain tomorrow afternoon from Mrs. Wm. R. Warren Mrs.-W j I I Cary T. Grayson, chairman of to for the gas they bought merely a "(host city" hovering t tI I: This act, however provided: NEW YORK-George Danillo I RED MEN'S HALL
J. Phelan and Mrs. A. R. Miller'' pay : portion of the ydidtrkt included!was fined for tangling up the
4 to 6 o'clock with a tea. in honorof ![the American Red Cross, sends '' i
from me. So soon as I get through I inside the District' of Columbia i! traffic in this city, on Linden Thursday, Nov. 14, 8:00 p. m.
at the the 1 I within the limits of the
membersof Presiding urns during
the officers and new along a copy of Will; Rogers' mes- they will mail check. Don't } I
the club at the club house on I first hour will be Mrs. Ben TrevI -I sage to Judge John Barton Payne thank thank your the Gulf Company -!I An organization of the-state of 1 City of Washington shall continue\ Boulevard and Pennsylvania II
I and Mrs. Stephen Lowe. Pour-] (I to be known the Avenue.
Division street. or 1 I the? chairman, explaining how it, or better still thank the lis Washington requested. recentlythat City ofj I,I I
Mrs. Norberg Thompson chair- ing the second hour will be Mrs.)I all happened. Washington.
the suf-
man of the hospitality committee Vesey Johnson and Mrs. W. 11.1 I "Here is how this rough and ferers. Yours, Will Rogers." Washington the national Georgetown Added la 1895 I i BENJAMIN LOPEZ

and Mrs. B. C. Moreno, chair- Harris. I tumble broadcastin' thing came capital change it*'name.' Where By act of congress, February; FUNERAL HOME -on-

man of the decorating committee, Instrumental music will about. I j! Millions BOW have an oppor- upon a former Tesident began investigating 11, 1895 Georgetown was made]j Serving Key West WAVES
have charge of arrangements.Guests provided throughout the tea hour I I The Gulf Oil Company keptwantin' tunity to contribute to the a part of this indefinite City of, Half Century rwo Permanents S5.00
Mrs. by Alfredo Barroso, Jr., violinist. the city'p legal status ; __.____.._...
will be greeted by I I me to litter up the microphone memory of Win Rogers. Famous:: i'II' :i Washington, the boundaries then' 24 Hour Ambulance Service- for
E:: J. Bayly Mrs. II. Illingworth.Mrs. .I with Mrs. Hastings Piodela at the i with some Oklahoma friends have organized The Will and after considerable research i j i becoming known because they Licensed Embalmer j Better Waves, $5.00 and .p

M. E. Berkowitz and Mrs.I piano. 1 I grammer. Now, Amos 'n' Andy, Rogers Memorial Commission. It I'he said he could find no boundaries were made co-extensive with the Phono 135 Night 696I -\\ : MRS. MILLER
Arthur; PastorinL i An invitation is extended to i Jack Pearl, Wynne, Vallc or Can- is hoped every one who smiled whatever for Washington, D. C.,[ District of Columbia. i 407 South Street Phone 574-'
Receiving with Mrs. G. N. Cos-lout of town guests and members : tor have never had to I
any cause .with Rogers will come forward 1 I On this consolidation, Tindall
and that it seemed to him it -- -- -------
Woman's Club. !
horn, president, will/ be Mrs. Louis of the Junior I i be jealous of me in their industry.!:with a subscription. Take it or 1)didn't exist, legally. I!commented: "The precise extent .
But I did want to make a contribution it to bank-or bank of
---- send your any Georgetown never has been determined -
I to a couple of good causes'' -or use the coupon to send your I I Custom And Convenience but it is estimated by
Annual Sock Social To Be I I that done such fine work durin' subscription to this office. Every Postal and census bureau au-

I our earthquake, and I didn't have cent subscribed will be used for:" thorities gave the old common law', MONROE THEATER "Like A Cake Of Ice"FOODSTUFFS
Put On By Pocahontas Club: the dough to do it with so Mrs.'' memorials to be selected by Henry I of custom and convenience, plus

I Rogers fingered it out, as she does Ford Herbert Hoover, Alfred E. long historical i Chester Morris-Sally! Eilers
background plusa
most of the other things. j i Smith, Will IL Hays, Jesse H.'I -in-
Annual Sock Social under the i Vocal Duet, Mrs. Robert Dopp "She says, 'you got the wind to Jones. Owen D. Young, Vice Presi-! few mentions in acts of congress -!

auspices of the Past Pocahontas, and Miss Alee Curry. I do it' so she figgered out how I dent John N. Garner and other I as adequate basis for the:I PURSUITMatinee I ri'1 1ay

Club will be held Thursday evening -i' Violin Solo, Mrs. M. L. Smith,' could do it with just talk, which I men and women of national prestige name of a city whose status was! : Balcony lOc; Orchestra -

November 14, in the Red Alice accompanied Jenks.Reettationt. on the piano by lUss,I would be doin' for nothing anyhow -|' i and respect. The memorials! admittedly peculiar. j I 1 15-20c; Nights 15-25c I
to anybody I could hem up:: will depend on the number of Still .
to the curious former s IPI,
beginning i! pI
Men's ball on Caroline ,street, -, Mrs. ADice
Curry. i r 3a.ka.U'e
Leaal.g H.tel"
and make listen to me. j j friends who c.-ontribute-but they
I i resident, it was a pretty kettle of
8 o'clock. Refreshmentswill 'tl'iago Solo, Miss Cleo Kemp.Nelson.'I "So I am to preach for seven.. will be used for charitable educational Ii THE SEMINOLE
be served during the presentation Vocitlt5olS:: Mrs. Julia Sundays, and the Gulf Company is and humanitarian purposes.' fish.The federal government's own

of the following program: I VocaftLSolq, Mrs. Ethel Asson. 'I p, to take all the money and send, There will be no cold shaft ofmarble'to authority on the naming of Washington ; e : ;,t I, ..
Piano Solo, Miss Fannie Han- Recitation: George Jensen and G
,half of it to the Red Cross and the i,: honor the memory of a book by William Tindall
Maud Rose
sen. I other half to the Salvation Army.this warm friendly man. They says the city and the District of ti I / tI
Recitation Miss Edith Russell. Tap Dance, Gerald Pinder.
Both to be used for unemployment -i! will be living, continuing mew Columbia were named simultan-t
Vocal Solo, Miss Harriet Johq-' ,Piano Solo, Miss Alice Jenks. I morials.
eously by the commission which
Vocal Solo, Miss Della Mae I relief. r n'ak' ail.
son.Instrumental .-.- r-. originally selected the site. '.+
Selection. Laure- Curry. --- -- -- E 7TYnJ.ek..vlne.
"The boundaries of the City of I If t
ano Moreno and daughter. i Reading, Mrs. Smith. '
Washington were never specific- alt
Recitation Miss Betty Ruth Vocal Solo, Little Miss Key 4TIIIIIIIIAI Stop Chills ,
ally defined by acts of ,
Chastain. I I West, Ruth Robert. Relief Mayor' In War congress; I t;
( was Tindall's conclusion, in so F1.rl.a
..- On Speeders Spooners many words. CHAS. B. Gn' En. MMaer
and Fever! As for government Washington A human, home-ilk tnatilutloawhere

To Show VisitorsAppreciation i CRy Ae..rl.tei rr*._, was incorporated in 1802, its,' e..Iart yon a.d will eaten.la.e.t find y..r iadivld.al a matter kept in our all metal ICE

PERSONE MENTIONMrs. PICH'R, Okla, Nov. 12.- Rid Your System of Malarial ( of great importance REFRIGERATORS are as cool fresh and

........................ Fred Gary, who quit a job Shivering with chills moment and \\\\\\\1"1111/ A .tHI fireproof---o-.lle'ln* locatedIn healthful as if they were frozen in a cake of
/ one
Charmingly unique is the plan on relief last year to become the that's I the heart ., the sate ice. Our Refrigerators are doubly heatproof
burning with fever next- one
devised and to be part of the ac-' W. Koons was an arrival Mayor of Picher, is in the i of the effects of Malaria.Cnless checked, SPEND -0- and absolutely airtight.
tivities of the Key West Garden this morning from Miami for a midst of two crusades.He J i the disease: will do serious barm to your YOUR Every Room with Combination Tub
Club during the winter season visit with relatives. Is w'nning acclaim for 1 health. Malaria, a blood infection, calls Ceiling and Shower Fan Slat Bath Door Radio.for Summer Klectri $30.00 and $35.00EASY
when they will express their appreciation lovemakingin for two things. First destroying the infection Ventilation Comfortable Bed. with
his drive against II
of winter visitors by.: Mrs. John Irvin and two chil- cars on Pichers streets. in the blood. Second, bunding VACATION(] Mattresses of ,Inner Spring Read Con TERMS-I 0 DAYS FREE TRIALOn
up the blood to overcome the effects of tructlon and Individual
"saying it with flowers." t dren John and Thomas, returnedthis He is getting brickbats for the disease and to fortify against further ;: THIS YEAR IN : ing Lamps. Display At-
This organization is making a morning from a visit in Miami his efforts to enforce traffic 1 I attack. RATES

complete list of visitors who have and Port Everglades. ordinances. Members of the Grove's Tasteless Chin Tonic supplies I FLORIDA R__.. Private Bath __-Blue.a w
made plans to spend the season inl[ \ chamber of commerce warn I I both these effects. It contains tasteless I IT. HOOT**.. Private Bath _, 2.5e Thompson Ice Company Inc.
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Quinine. which kills the infection in the 4e R Private Rath aM: ,
Key West and all others who may;,: Miss Olga Martinez who was ed that he might drive trade brood; and iron which enriches and orycurHEAl.TH! \ =4 R__.. Private Bath _.._ s.se:
in the future complete arrangement spending a while with relatives from Picher with too rigid a I builds up the blood. Chills and fever j!. KaBt.le R..... Private Bath <.... PHONE NO. 8

for visiting during the season -' and friends in Miami, arrived on I traffic code. After the chain soon stop and you are restored: to health yffj///I/lII" ..,,\\ j I I SLIGHT IXniF.AAR OCCUPANCY FOR DOUBLB
and whether by automobile, the Florida this morning. berg committee called, he aid comfort. For half a century,Grove's
j Taste'ess Chill Tonic has been sure relief .. .. --
boat the will up-1 I -- -- -- - -- -- -- -
or plane, guests remarked:
I for Malaria. It is just as useful,too as a
on arriving be presented with a 1!I|I Mr. and Mrs;; Clarence-:ThompI "Many persons complainof general tonic for old and young.Pleasantto

large bouquet of beautiful Key I son, who were' in .\fiamj .for several accidents caused by mo- take aid absolutc'v' :; harm'css. Safe to
West blooms. !. torists not heeding the rules. give\ cbiMrcn.! Get a bottle at any drug --
days, were returnirtg p.ssen- I' intend I store. .Now two&lZes---SOc- and $1. The
violations continue -
If ,
I gers on the Florida this -morning J $1 sizelconlains"2i: times as much as the \ /
The corn plant has more than to raise the fine from ,
SCc.size: and fives you 22f/' more for
1,000 possible industrial uses. $4 to $10 and costs ($17.>10 I .-our money; FIRMS
Harry Engler, former Key '
: is J
BeiAg police judge part
Subscribe to The Citizen. Wester who is now making his of feU job. Tokds"are- used: to control the
home in Miami arrived this morning I
white;;grub the Florida visited friends
on ,
and left.for Havana. : '0' : "' Who Rush To Give You Service-Patronize Them
I r
Mrs. J. F. Leach wife of Chief' Coughs Lord, Basil Rathbone,
Engineer Leach of the F. E. C., Billie Burke Wendy Barrie
Car Ferry Company, who was r'P': Quickly checked" [ -in-
THE inl I tb';1. without "dosing. Star American Coffee
spending the summer vacation ,- A FEATHER IN HER HAT I
OSSWALhOMNAM8ULST\ Massachusetts arrived on the ..Just VICKS JOHN C. PARK : ROSES TIFT'S
( Matinee lM5c( Night 15-2Sc
Florida this morning and after a ",hon : ; Has taste and aroma thatis

\ stay of several days will move to _. only found in good coffee FLORAL PIECES A
Port Everglades where they will ................................................ 328 SIMONTON ST..nd you can be sure that it's
make their home. fresh because it'. blended ia SPECIALTY
Key West. 1101 Duration Street

The first woman to compose FOR SALE PLUMBINGDURO
t and conduct her own opera is said PHONE 29
to be Ethel Leginska. the pianist. STAR Ib 25c; _

The piece is called "Gale," and V. & S. Ib ISc. and Fancy
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will be given November 23 by the ':; PUMPSPLUMBING .

I Chicago City Opera. is J t ti:" :. ,,; :.. '"I i I STAR COFFEE MILL -";R: GroceriesComplete

.. 512 Greene Street Line Fresh
1 a 1; : i1 wr, I
( .ti' J PHONE 348 Phone 256 Fruits and Vegetables

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2frra Jewfish, 2 IbiYellowtail 3S INSURANCE
Tt GEORGE ab"s ftt stllf111a THE KEY WEST
tt 's ,.
WASHINGTON nt galNg tgwt_ ? I Steak, 2 Ib. 3Sc
300 I..a ; Yellowtail 2 Ib 2Sc Office 319 Dural Street Q-
a.r.d$!<_<. ::. :; : t OB Bone :
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Snapper 2 Ik*. 25cMutton
.GA.AGII.d-.t.....-+w, r Fish, 2 Ib. 25c
RATES..1tso.d jjMAYFLOWER $2 Per Year

yt FRESH SHRIMP. Try Yo.r M.*b At
t>D 11 fl :'I"HE-
!n 11 I I Large Select! Oysters Key West's Only Sunday -

l ,, too R1.,6.d-56.:.. Fresh Crab Meat in tt can. 65 Paper Delmonico Restaurant

-..;.w, % L.e 6..d 1..4.M..t N FREE PROMPT DELIVERY Business Office Citizen PORTERALLENCOMPANY B.dweUer Beer ...___-. ISj/

c7TJ9i. GA1AGS.wet i.w.-4.4, .., LOWE FISH COMPANY Building Six COBTM Dinner, .-_-/!

t ___ eAr ES.stm.d.. PHONE! 151 PHONE 51 ---_-- SO*. 75, an4 8Se

fIAGIER rw7 145 Resnais M ..6..1..1i.A.e. 1 AARON McCONNELL Our Reputation i. WrapPRITCHARD

idlifKK.FN'rtAl .s.a.4dWIAGE 536 Fleming Street
4-.dr ped in every package .

Pity him as we do the CrossWalk a..abLIATESIlm.dq l of FUNERAL HOME

Somnambulist has no one Furnished house ThiI.
two-story and lot at 1307 White-
to blame but himself. Sleepwalking Watch Dignified Spapatlaet -
pedestrians gamble with head street. In exclusive neighborhood. Beautiful view Doctor PRINTINGDONE

of the sea and overlooking Coral Park CvrteyLICENSED '
death.While BY US
it is true that pedestrians For price and terms apply to D NOTARY PUBLIC
have the right-of-way over EMBALMER
autos making turns at intersections -I
and that traffic should slow AND ENGRAVER ARlSTpRESS
1P.. ARTMAN, AmbmUne' Serric -
down for persons using crosswalks See Him For Your Next Work
neither T. '* i The Citizen Office REDUCED
afford much comfort afteran !....wltk. Ittl", ... Sk.....< 12-1 to 6 Citizen Bllg. Citizen Office
accident has occurred.For 0.-...... ...................._ or Hours 9 to P H 0 N E 51 :
.d..I..I.dRATES ---'- Saturday Night Pkorn MS Neror ::
your own safety-bt alert Use.d.. GMAGEt.nka Residence 1309 Whitehead Street Open Sleep
-look both ways before crossing -

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