The Key West citizen
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048666/00403
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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: January 14, 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).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358017
oclc - 02701762
notis - ABZ6317
lccn - sn 83016244
System ID: UF00048666:00403
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For Associated Best 55 Interests Years Service.Press Devoted Key Day West to Wire the .. .tE1)e) ltep Y. 1!t, )ts4f.t Cteeti(; ( most range country KeyVest equable of; only,with Florida Fahrenheit weather an average has in the the



House Veteran Carries On For SWISS YOUTHS Circuit Court Rules In Favor FAMED LONG KEY Congress Produces Unusual Speed

Bankhead Stricken ?, ,FORSAKE SKIIS Of Saunders Co.' In Beer CaseJudge PALMS. VANISHED .

Representative In Handling Routine Formalities

Jefferson B. Browne of the privilege of selling wines and AT FISHING CAMP

circuit court in the Twentieth Judicial beer in Key, West.Purchased |!. I ., -

Of Colorado j As- r OWNER OF YACHT 1FORPOIITICS1 I district pronounced a rul- Last October I fi
Taylor HARD HIT BY ECONOMIC ing this morning in chambers, in "The t RARE SPECIES ORIGINALLY CRIMINAL COURT.l'CONVENES Activity Shown During
city was purchasedby

sumes Duties In Connection -i I I WILL MAKE KEY: CRISIS OF WORLD, CON' taken the habeas before the corpus judge proceedings by Bernie us last October and the at i DISCOVERED ON ISLAND.. .I-. :: JURY First Few Days Indicative -

: FEDERATION ''WANTS TC 'C. Papy, of the Saunders 1Vbelesale torney general for Florida has HAVE BEEN TAKEN TO ;

With Important! WEST HOME PORT I Grocery company, who had ruled that the licenses we have Of Future
KNOW WIHAT'S, WRONGBy I: been convicted and fined in police MAINLAND SECTION DRAWNFORTERM
all that
paid are required of us
PositionBy ; court for selling beer and wine OperationsBy
to do wholesale business in Key
I a
i I without having taken out a license

F. WAGNER MUCH PLEASED JOSEPH E. SHARKEY I under Ordinance No. 306. West and in the state of Florida. (Special t. The CUI*.) CASE OF WILLIAM BES-

HERBERT PLUMMER I I (Hy Am rl td l'rrM. I The judge ruled that insofar as "The attorney general has also LONG KEY, Fla., Jan. 14.-
Awwrlatrd Prc .) IN FINDING ,GENEVA, Jan. 14.-Politically Ordinance 306, council series, at- ruled that no municipality shall I The so-called "Long Key Palm" CHELL CHARGED WITH AT. HERBERT PLUMMER
Ii7 ..
I I of exciseor )
impose by license
WASHINGTON Jan. 14.-Cir. BERTHING IN SUBMARINEBASE tempts to impose a license tax way possibly: the world's rarest; palm TEMPT
peaking, "homey" little Switzer. WASHINGTON, Jan. 14.-
otherwise, anything in any municipal
upon the sale -of malt or vinous .tree, which was originally discovered -
cumttaace and seniority have I II AT THIS PORTF. land !is waking up with a ban&. liquors or fruit juices containingmore charter, special or general on this island: and taken MAIN ONE Those senator and representatives

I than 3.2 per centum of alcohol law to the contrary notwithstanding. from here to the Florida main-I
projected a new name on the national -i Hard hit by the world economi sitting for the first time in
by weight which license tax land, has completely vanished I
scene at one of the mod' Wagner, owner of the Yacht trim the youth of the Helvetiai II I is in excess of 50 per centum of "In addition to the above licenses from its native heath. I Criminal court convened this I the present congress must have
I the city was trying to impose -
crucial time in the nation hit Paula Louise, expressed his ap- confederation want to knowwhat' the state license tax upon such This was disclosed today by Dr. I welcomed the respite which theweekend
I sale said ordinance is invalid and on us a new license of $200 Gerrit S. Miller Jr., a represen- :morning for the January. term
preciation today on the success- for the sale of wines and beer on I
, tory. wrong. They are findingit I void. tative of the Smithsonian Insti- with Judge J. Vining Harris presiding following the opening of

Hi' 'name is Edward Thomas ful efforts of the Florida ERA increasingly difficult to'' gel The court did not say'that. the account. of'the high alcoholic\ con tution in' Washington, who re- : the session afforded them.
in providing suitable accommo- J r' ordinance was void'in i its entirety. tent; which the state of Florid? 'ported, himself unable'to'.find at i and all officials of.the tri
Taylor 'of Colorado,,. acting demo. job*. ., I' The only question before the'couet'was now''iaJlowW'' be sold. this,>famous anglers' ,Eldorado Seldom have the first two days
dations for yachts in the newly "I '' suit far we1 'con bunal present.
The as as are .
crane- leader of the Louse of representative acquired use of the submarinebase Formerly they went I in 'large'I.. he'one-above,*so it' might'be. cerned'was"merely' a- friendly one even '
written' that' the1' .ordinanee'l. has, I inr"treev dosestc relatives>of the after the
*. docking facilities.So numbers to ( foreign'' lands..\ But:),tt been) modified'by' the court's"rttPing ''the.fofficiali< f of the;;"city: royalspaimlitthtiagh) 'there are Immediately openingof ; : indicative1 of,''wnat might be expected

l The late Champ' Clark former i pleasing are the surround foreign doors rcteosedt! I' 'so that!it'only'appltes to deal- ,'of f-Key 1ti West' and rt'ourselves' II ;hundred of other palm trees here. court was announced by the Iro..w'.hil'tL.' 74th

speaker! of the house, once said ings and the facilities provided There Ji '.some tendeney.-'as, li rut 1in hardliquor \I I b.ought"fortut"fbtt1efit benefit-of' our'customers.! or the \.According ,to l Drft Miller this sheriff the judge drew from the congress i is adjourned sine die

has decided to Paris, to into the streets(and Discussing the'' 'abovematter' ,discovery! means that the Long
the way to "make a congressman that Mr. Wagner go i 1 I "This suit 'was of such great
I with The Citizen Victor R. Mof- box names of the venire to serve, month
hence the 3rd
a were
was to keep him in congress. make Key West his home port and .. engage in manifestations. Broughtup I fatt. member of the Saunders importance to the state of Florida : Key palm, properly termed the

The Clark formula is par-: the yacht basin headquarters for to the delights of ski-ing and Wholesale Company said: "There that had we lost it we imagine 'discoverer Pseudophoenix, the sargentii naturalist after Sar-its as follows: and 4th of January.

ticularly apropos in the case of: the Paula Louise. I coasting on the glorious slopes of: I I is a misunderstanding in the public that in the event we decided court not e gent is now in all probability virtually W. A. Kemp Donald Curry, Usually it takes a congress

Taylor. During the past 10 years Mr the Alps the young Swiss have,=i mind in regard to this case in to take it to the supreme extinct. something like a week to shake
I would it involved Sumner Sweeting Ivan Saunders
the state as ap-
has annually visited Key I circuit court, caused by the too I off routine formalities and
The tall serious and scholarly wakened to the fact there i is: $400,000 yearly in The species was indigenousonly get
i West especially for the fishing; as I brief newst items recently carried proximately Louis Aguero, Dario Garcia, Rob- down to work. The present session
looking Coloradan came to con- another sport which they have I taxes to the state. to Long Key, coral isle nine-
I he is an enthusiastic angler, but I in the press. ert J. Saunders. Alfred Avila started propelling itself at
gress back in 1909! at the time of I Ruling As Given ty miles below Miami\ now the lo-
i missed-the sport politics. Includes Wines and Beer I full the first
made the home steam
has day.
always port
when Wjlliam; Howard Taft beganhis cation of the celebrated Long Key Leon A. Curry, George M. Stew-
of his yacht at some other city. Socialism Stirs Genera I "In the first place this suit does : "According to a ruling of the In the house for example the
term as President. lie has; Fishing Camp, and to Elliott Key art, Eugene F. Pierce, W. Kemp
I' But that the in not involve nor has it anythingto attorney general the state may spectacle of
now setting pleases The renewed interest national was presented a
been returned his constituent I. near the mainland. Only few
by a
do with what is commercially collect the just mentioned $400- (Wallie), Ira Pierce. brand
all ,
the climate is just right and municipal politics has: I( of and new speaker casting his
since-14 consecutive the trees ever found
continuously I other things are in accordance turned dramatically at Geneva. known as liquor, such as alcohol 000 in gallonage tax, but the city I were I Colton Park John J. Lamer S. vote twice on the opening day of
most of these in time
times. were -
Named BankheadOn with his ideas of comfort and and Zurich about two personsaman 1 c whiskey, brandy rum. gin or oth- :i I of Key West would not be able to I I removed. apparently Winfield Roberts Leonard Rus- the session before the echo of his

By I I there are perfect facilities for securing and a woman. I er such beverages of high alcoholic collect the new license of $200.'However I sell, Elvin II. Pierce, Joseph Fernandez voice solemnly swearing' to perform
the day that William D.i all things necessary he has The man is Leon Nicole head; content' It does, however, involve i l if the city could col- Home Of Palm Austin faithfully the duties of his
R. W. T.
Bankhead of Alabama was chosen decided to stay where the fish of the socialist: party in this city.'. the possession and sale of lect the $200 in question the Long Key home of one of the Carey office hardly had died away.
the democrats to be their floor able collect finest in the Archer, Edward Thompson, Eveloi
by I are: Conservative, Calvinistic Geneva, wines and beer. state would not be to coco-palm groves l I I The Speaker' 'Baby*

leader in the present congress, t Today, :Mr.:\ Wagner has as seat of the League of Nations got "We have and have paid for the gallonage tax. I United States' has never even Gomez and Robert A. Kerr. That's exactly what Speaker
Taylor was selected as chairman "Had it been decided that the missed its noted namesake. In After the of jurors were
I guests arriving this morning. Mr. the jar of its centuries-old life one the following licenses to sell wine!!I names: I' Byrns did. On the proposition to

of the caucus. I and Mrs.\ Ernest Schmitz from morning when it woke up to discover and beer: Federal, $50; rtate,i I I city was correct our firm would fact, veteran anglers at the Fish- announced the docket was sounded tighten up the so-called dischargerule

Wlien Bankhead was stricken ill New York, who will spend a while. that the socialists had captured -I $200; county. $100; city .$100 have saved approximately $400 ing Camp today confessed that and cases set for the week. The a drastic and farreachingmove
the task of leading the huge demo I I[ and all would have they had never known the key
making total of $450. | monthly we
Mr. Schmitz is representativeof a .
a control of the governmentof only case of interest is that of the I I on the part of the ad-
cratic forces in the house fell on many German railroad inter- the canton and republic of! "In addition to the above we 'found it necessary to pay would possessed:! this charm Co botanical ministration designed to hold in

Taylor's shoulders. Now he has ests in the! Unjted( States. This i is Geneva. (Geneva still has, .the t furnish the governor of Florida have'been $ZOO annual license to distinction in,,addition:to.its fameas I state against: j Wjllitm% -.* Be.'chell: check the& .retlJtu4b\em.t.ts-

been delegated by" Uanknead him their first visit to Key West. title of republic though a part of.i a bond of $5.000 which costs! u? :. the city, but on the other hand'It a big-game fishing center and I charged: with assault! ithitent' of the house he demanded on

self to carry on in his place until Another distinguished visitor the Swiss confederation). $100 per year guaranteeing 'payment j i would put out of business practically a tropical vacation spot. I to commit robbery. I each that his name be called.
such a time as the Alabaman has Wa ner's is of the gallonage tax to the every small! customer we There are new a few seedling I
who Mr. guest is
was Nicole is president pf the coun- The defendant in this case i His vote wasn't needed. The
recovered.The I I have. Long Key palms near the lodge in
I :
Dr. Christian Stamm. eminent cil of state. He is very much on state. the man who is believed< to have desired result was accomplished
house is to be run, for the.1 chemist of Switzerland, was here the job. Recently he wrote a defiant "This tax, which is additionalto I 1 l "So you can readily understand' Royal Palm Park at Miami and been the cause of a great deal of, with votes to spare.! Speakers

time at least by two men who began I for two weeks left several days letter to the federal govern- the license taxes, amounts to ,, how important it was to us to find I' possibly a very few trees of the :! excitement in certain sections ,of usually vote only in event of a

their service together 26 years ago but will return later in the ment at Berne which had criticizedhim approximately monthly. This I out just who was correct in their species; elsewhere in Florida. Some the city and is alro believed by officials tie.
who won their in the license construction of the state laws the remain on Elliott Key. :I
ago added the
spurs may
I monthly payment to I
season. for receiving Max Braun. to have been the guilty I I In a favorite expression of
same committee (that of the I will show that I l of West the State "The Pseudophoenix sargentii,"
German socialist in The Saar, and taxes we are City Key or I party! in the unsuccessful attempt!1 President Roosevelt however the
powerful committee on appropriations REHEARSALS FOR for talking too freely about the l paying over $5,000 annually for: of Florida." said Dr. Miller "when fully grownis :I at criminal assault! made on a move to change that rule wasByrns'
), and who enjoy a close per- tall, smooth-trunken tree
plebiscite there. .. -' very young girl several weeks ago. I II i' "baby." lie started the
sonal friendship as well as a political so closely resembling the royal i
1-----i ball rolling in the democratic
German Girl Storm Center
to deceive the lay
one.Taylor palm
was boomed for the lie arrested the chief editor ofa The main differences are in the'I FERA MURALS caucus by personally introducing
TODAY'S WEATHER ] the resolution to amend the rule
speakership at a time when it prominent Geneva newspaper on [ color of the fruit, the shape of ,
and he was determined to be in at
looked as i if the preferment was SErFQR. JONIGHT the ground that the editor was the flower and the character of ARE UNVEILED the kill.

anybody's. He squelched it quick : I making a fuss at the municipal the ring left by a falling branch. : I I Byrns' action will
ly with the announcement that i theater when a German woman I Temperature I I WEATHER FORECAST It is a magnificent palm." strike deeper than that however

whatever influence he had wouldbe OF I socialist sang anti-war songs. Highest .............._...__.._._79 ; : The Long Key palm was found : DELMONICO ,
MEMBERS OF "PIRATES ; : 1 in the day to come. He is definitelyOn
used for Byrns. J The woman in the case is Erica ,Lowest ......._.___.._66 i; (Till 8 m. Tuesday) here by Dr. Sargent long ago. be- record translating into
Cot Out The Vote PENZANCE" WILL ASSEMBLE JFann\ of Zurich, daughter of thei Mean ... ...............,.........?..._ 72 Key Weft and Vicinity: Fair fore Long Key won world renownas the doctrine he preaches for action .

Successively! a high school i famous German novelist, Thomas Normal Mean\ ________69 l tonight and Tuesday; colder tonight a rendezvous for salt-water AT RESTAURANT
GROUP GATHERS few minutes !
AT AMERICAN LEGION I only a before in accepting
principal county superintendent I Mann. She runs a "literary" cab- Rainfall I I ; moderate northerly: winds. anglers, and it was later cata- the epeakership, he hall

of schools, district attorney, state j HALL FOR EVENT aret at Zurich. The nazis of i Yesterday's Precipitation .0 Ins. Florida: Fair and colder to- logued by Prof. John K. Small in TO VIEW PAINT. declared:

senator and congressman, Taylor's Zurich regard as pro-Jewish sand j i Normal Precipitation! .05 Jns'1-night; Tuesday generally fair, the first edition of his "Flora."
long service in the house of anti-German. tried close I Ii *TM.. rrrwril c,nrr.. 2l-h_r ..r...... It recently as a INGS BY ARTIST OF KEY "I subscribe to the, ,tlol1Sjes J! ,
I to i
representatives They J ....I.JC'..( M o'et.ek'5k11 ..rain*. 'iD&hUil'i >! long ago gave him : First rehearsal for the "Piratesof it, I u'p..: Resultjlemonstra'tiori4|: jn. "' .Tonorrow'c'Aluianae"' II I[ arillc*ta.iFkNrtdb Straits: ranching'species in a report on WEST ADMINISTRATION.: party. I shall'endeavoi''sd'far; as

entry into the highest counsel} of I' Penzance," Gilbert and Sulli- the41r, rgets.1':. ;l 'Iftlljl' 9d)tit pic.Sun rises .......t:'i.i r.;.._.1 I._ i4'a', .t If m Moderate!* northwest and, [.north the palms'iiate of Florida issued.:'.by theFlorida" I I I properly can to assist i ty'l jtbe'enactment #
his Th 'government.'prr'MHTer's1'visit :
party 1 ,c., ijuat on r e. fresh. t accordance
' vans romantic opera which is to 1 R'j )'Slin SMS:!:. ..... ; ;tw'ipds: probably at times to' Long Key, 'of legislation 'in
In 191(5( whenWoinlrow Wilson\ I be presented by local talent here symptomatic .jthe g nerajlpoiijf\ ;'j'Moo'n'rises.._:'_.' .......*L" '5S9"Prr-j' :' over: north .J portion, .and ,fairfeather waS behalf! 'of 'the' Smithonian.s Murals painted by Stanley with 'those., principles and

was running: for:..his second term; next month will be held tonight cal unv'es, wi th. a. tendency; \O,4F.vielr M6bh"9es 1 1.*.,..i...._'IC.._,:!..L_,. 3':11''a"tf'a I : : tonight and .Tuesdays I. made'on' Mtiseum"of Natural Wood of the Key West Administration *.,policies."' "
he was assigned by the democratic ,.i in' ft.fascist\: or,socjaUst( ..camp's,. 'iytOD' ,&::'1 East Gulf: :.Moderate north and! 'N' () which were hung in Del. Swift'Tempo' Slacken;

national committcq tpjet out the i Miss Edna Smith, musical director The. younger:; people.havR1 a,,Decidedly I Tomorrow"' ,aiTides.' ." northea'ft'; wink. < Histo'ry'for; whfeh''hc, is primarily 'I monico'g Restaurant were un!I I The swift tempo whicti'Markee!
vote of naturalized citizens He fascist turn and ate A.M. 1\M. ,'. \ studying;: small mammal
for the opera said this I veiled shortly after noon today, the first two days of what has
conducted the party campaign morning that the pirates will standing squarely back of the High .................. 7:59 64C;. CONDITIONSThe life on the keys being especially ; when a group gathered in the restaurant been described as a congress

throughout the 24 western states gather at the American Legion Swiss army which they think the Low ..............._... 1:19 WEATHER in search of flying squirrels. :I for the occasion. which will erect "new milestonesin

to secure the votes of rorei n- Home at 7:30 when the first socialists are seeking to under Low ...........*.......11 :18 Combing Entire Key : Woodare the annals of the political history -
p. m. thoroughly i! The murals done !by :Mr.
born citizens of 46 different nationalities mine. Barometer nt 8 a. m., today: disturbance that was over lie is combing Long Key of the nation' be ex-
rehearsal for them will take may
group beginning at the southerly -! along the same line, although
and languages.At SeaMevel 30.10. Colorado Saturday morning move
'place. The policemen are to rehearse where the different design, aa those whichare pected to slow down for a bit insofar
end of the island 1 I lof
he not is ed eastward being central this
present only acting
the as'capitol hill is concerned.The .
tomorrow now
night to be hung
U. S. DESTROYER the being painted
majority floor leader of the house girls' chorus will meet Thursday Lowest Highest morning off the north Atlantic camp buildings cluster among northward I I I in other semi-public places in K y scene now will shift for a
and chairman of the democratic Station Last Night Yesterday' coast: Boston Mass., 29.52 in- coconut palms!, working while to committee rooms at the

caucus, but also ranking memberof night. ARRIVKINPORT!Abilene ............38 64 ches. It has caused gales on por- along the winding coral F West in an effort to accentuate ''capitol and to the other end of
I The staging of the "Pirates ofPenzance" the attractions of the Island City.
the appropriations committee. Atlanta ?.......... 36 64 I tions of the north and middle beach and making occasional Pennsylvania where Presi-
: will inaugurate the II A number' of guests
Boston ..........._. 16 28 Atlantic coasts and snow in the forays into the interior. This is I I special dent Roosevelt! will start his flow
: week of festival "La Lopez
oSemana Buffalo ... ...... 10 36 Lake region, Ohio Valley, not difficult, because the five- were invited by A'quihno
upper 1 I of
? promised in his an.
PLANE Alegre which is to be staged in of the restaurant to messages
BRINGS IN STEAMSHIP SAN ZEFERINO island Y-shaped at its proprietor
Charleston ........ 52 74 and north Atlantic States duringthe mile-long nual report on the state of the
Key West next month for the the luncheon and unveiling
ALSO COMES INTO Chicago ............ 6 38 last 24 hours. Snow has also northern end, is nowhere more attend union.
NINE PASSENGERS pleasure of winter visitors and Denver .....?...... 22 36 occurred in North Dakota and the than half a mile across. j'i I and a number of others also at I The rank and file of membersin
residents. The will be of- I
opera THIS PORT Detroit ............ 20 38 extreme upper Mississippi Valley Dr. Miller reports that Long tended.
both senate and house
t: fered the night of February 19, Galveston ..._.... 60 74 and there has been 'ram in poretions I Key in common with most of this I f Julius F. Stone Jr.. Florida will be given opportunity to "blow
and from then on, events will'takc t. : Relief Administration.
I II Havana ,........... 66 of the Pacific States in connection coral archipelago has almost no Emergency ,,off steam" in the meantime.
EIGHT PERSONS LEAVE IN place in rapid succession.Il t' U. S, Destroyer "S hen k arrived -i[Huron .........._ -8 4 with a disturbance over email mammal life except rats!!l was at the session accompanied'

AFTERNOON ON TRIP I Those included in the pirates'i in port yesterday and berthedat Jacksonville ...... 64 76 northern California, the barometric cootie' opossums and rabbits. The .by Mrs. Stone and Jacob Baker,i,'
chorus are Adrian Dornbush Joe only key whose fauna have hitherto one of three assistants to Harry,WESLEY HOUSETO
one of the piers in the .submarine ;Kansas City _.. 20 34 pressure "at Roseburg Ore., I '
TO MIAMI {Catcs, Avery Johnson Ernest ... inches. A high: been thoroughly studied ISKey Hopkins, Federal Emergency Re-
base. The vessel was assigned | KEY, WEST 66 79 being 29.70 strong I
j Sanchez John Bennett Robert I '
to duty in this section duringthe Little Rock ..._ 34 62 pressure area has moved in over West. Ref Administrator. I
I Roberts Curry !Moreno Clifford I I .Mr. in. HAVE SALE
Others invited by Lopi
air meet,at Miami. It is expected .Los Angeles ...._ 50 58 the northern Plains States and!
j G. Hicks. C. P. Hofreboom Eric Jk I I E. P.Crice .
Arriving by plane Yesterday the Schcnck. willleave tomorrow -. Louisville ___ 24 54 upper Mississippi Valley. Huron.S. I'E.E.HENRIQUEZ I I eluded Mrs. Gertrude .Gates f
Smith, Clem C. Price and Atwood I B. Jackson. !
Mrs. W.
; Lieut. and -
morning from :Miami were the following or Wednesday 'for New Miami __ 62 78 D., 30.54 inches and extends I *
J passengers: Orvis Kemp Sands Alfred Crimi also is'in the t Orleans. i Minneapolis10 i 20 southward into the Gulf States. Lieut. Robert Scott, Mayor i There will be a clothing sale,

Ellis Ilollums, M.-s.: Rose Hollums, chorus but will rehearse alone tonight -I Steamship San Zeferino of New Orleans .- 58 76 Much colder weather prevails this NOW IMPROVING i.. William, H. Malone, Senator Arthur ,''for the benefit of the poor held

John Under. Robert A. Bissell I Shellhaven England arrived in New York _... 28 36 morning in the Lake region; Mississippi I. Gomez, Representative B. C. ;: at the Wesley House daring this

Mrs. R. A. Bissell Ralph P. Mantis t 1 port this morning for fuel oil at Pensacola 54 68 and Ohio Valleys' and Papy, Mr. and Mrs. William R.,.'' reek, beginning this afternoon. ;

Kurt Scheiding and Olof Nelson JUST RECEIVED ; the Porter Dock company. After Pittsbugrh _._ 28 46 Tennessee, with readings 'consid The many' friends of Enrique Porter, Mrs Norberg Thompson,I. Most of the articles are contri-&

.. Freak shipment of taking on 19,595 gallons the ship .St. Louis 22 48 r erably below zero in the northern lenriquez., who has been quite ill tfr. and Mrs. William Demeritt, buted by more fortunate persons,

Returning in the afternoon the WHITMAN'S CANDY sailed for Tampico, Mexico. Salt Lake City .. 30 44 portion of this area. Temperaturesare at his home on Whitehead street Mr.. and Sirs.. M. E. Gilfond ,Mrs. and they are Bold at a low figure t.

plane carried: Ira T. Dawson, Steamship Cuba of the P. .and San Francisco 46 54 I still generally' above normalin : for the past few weeks, will)) .be .,Jesse H. Jay and her mother, Mr.' to\ those who may be in need.

Timothy Pittman. Norberjr From 25c Up I 0. S. S. company, arrived Saturday Seattle _S.30 38 the middle and south Atlantic pleased to learn that he is now tad Mr*. J. Gerry Curtis, Adrian"Dornbush 'r In some case the goods are

Thompson Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Gardner's Pharmacy I from Havana with 85 passen-. Tampa _._ 56 78 and Gulf coast districts. ronvalescinjr. j Mr. and Mrs. Camby.;:purchased by residents who are :f1'able .

Hollums, Hal Leyshon, Jesse H. : Phone 177 Free Delivery I gers. Of this number there were Washington .. 38 50 G. S. KENNEDY.Official His friends also wish iim a' Chambers Mrs. Edward Bruce and to do so, who ia turn donate

Jay Freda Jay. i i 35 aliens. I Williston __-22 -14 in Charge. speedy: and complete recovery. J I Mr. Wood. t ...,.''(them to the poor,and needy.


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1 Gi ii ) ABOUT FOREIGN AFFAIRSThe ....... ...... .... ..ee..s. ese ..eToday's
t'1C' :

.. "ublsbed 1laily Iireept :. ,....." 1-y editor of The Citizen has been LLJPFkeWEEK'S. NEWS Today'sAnniversaries;; Birthdays

TNt CITIZK* L'HU9IU.N'6 (CO. INC. I.............e.....- .*..
advised by who think. know howto
L. l*..n.fMA.V. Pre.l.r.t. some they

i ., From Th. Citizen Building..; run a newspaper that the people are not c YR'.4: ...e..e...e.e...oooooaao RiverMass Louis McIIenry., Secretary Howe of to Fall the
"* Corner Greene And Ann Str Utill I
interested in abstract treatment of foreign I II HAUPTMANN 1741-Benedict Arnold the,, President born in Indianapolis
Dally Newspaper In KeyV and Monroe affairs. .
infamousfor 164 I! years ago.Ilendrik
I Inlered I f } Bruno Richard Revolutionary general
County: Assuming that they are right in thus t i Hauptmann pho- rN having betrayed his country I

at Key Went, Flo i 1\, aa second fm\ matter presuming: that the fathers and mothers of tographed a>% her born at Norwich, Conn. Died in I I i Van Loon of NewYork
F'1I...r\- nTIilUll Y ; entered the court. r " I City, popular historian and
Key West whose children will be cannonfodder I England, despised 1 by the Englishthemselves I
room at Flemlrtjj-
"'journalist born in Holland C3
)weber at Ik. Anortatrd' l reeeITe in the next :struggle, are not in- y ton. N. J., a* his !. June 14, 1801. .
.t: Associated .. i. exdaiivriy entitled to UM ' v'' years ago.Thornton
: .r rrpuUIteatlon of all news clispfctrncd credited tIt terested in world politics and do not care trial for the kidnapping I I I -
or nut otherwise credited Jn.JU* paper and al)*! and mur I
th. lov-al news publibfd'kre. * to'hear about ft, should. a newspaper, dedicated der of t fct' Lindf 1749--James Girrard eminent I i W. Burgi of Spring.

Sl.II'fCIU..ION!' HVTKS to serve, its readers, the t bergh baby, Baptist clergyman who becameone I field. :Mass., nature writer, born
.. . . ." .. ,.. ..... .......__ fOregot.. opportunity
tIDe Year _...... ...... 1(0.00 ,; started. of the early governors of I I at Sandwich, )Mass. 01 years
Hx Months 6se of reaching, maybe, only
Ibree Month: '*-...==:::::::: .._:.:.-....__. x.oG: a Kentucky, born there. Died Jan. I II 1:0.I .
One Month _.._........ .11'. few? ,
tVtekly ..._. ---w.-_....- .-. ___ ._ ,!. I 9 c 19, 1822.
The Citizen knows that -pne: of the AUTO SHOW SENSATION-Ac crowds
II Dr. Raymond M. Hughe, president
\II\KUTISI\U,KATKSMade : risks that the United States ca 'in New York viewed the 1935 motor creations I
during the
: ran
known on application._ 1803 :Matthew\ Fontaine of"the Iowa State College,
workmen in Detroit
M''I.U. :.1UTICI3 last struggle was the absolute ignorance of were busy born at Atlantic la.. C2: years:
All real-ng notion. carves of fhanka. resolution* .f I turning out the "turret top* which Maury one of the country's great I I
rci'fct. obituary notice, etc:. will be cbargM for at the rank and file of our people upon mat- A proved a hit of the hew. This solid one- naval) hydrographers and oceanographers : ago.
:.Le rate of 10 cents a line.
.otie.. .. for entertainments a by church. from -whichk I ters of international politics. To think piece steel roof developed by the Fisher. bom in Virginia. Died
revenue Is to be derived are 5 cents a line. I ; Body Division of General Motors, was Dr. B. Smith of the
The Citizen Is an open forum and Invites discus-I that the voters: of this<; country, the men .introduced on 1935 Oldsmobile and Rontiae there, Feb. 1, 1873. Henry
lion, of public UMIKS and subjects of local or general !'Mlti p Univ. of Pennsylvania noted philosopher -
.:iteret but it will not publish anonymous commuul* and women who elect our representativesin 'F ; cars.ALL born in Philadelphia 53

-utl.n. ----- -_. \ are not acquainted with 1111 1807-Edwin M. Holt pioneer I years ago.
some of the major problems of the worldis : North Carolina cotton manufacturer

THE KEY WEST CITIZEN not so bad because this can be remedied till 'L_. 4.r horn there. Died May 15,I{I Bebe DanW l wreen star bornat
f 1884. Dallas Tex., 34 years ago.
through publicity. To believe that _
I WILL always seek the truth and print it a they are uninterested and that they refuse Edgar Hoover head of Uncle Sam's -sa: ; 1850-Pierre Loti. French Hugh Lofting author and 51lustrater -

without fear and without favor; never be to think in world terms, realizing the campaign against kidnappers, recently f i .-.. '4 : .. novelist, born. Died June 10, li.!>:23.18C3 .., born in England 45
dangers of future warfare is absurd. discovered that no article on .: -- 'I i
afraid to attack to applaud right years ago.
wrong or ; "Kidnapping" had ever appeared In -Richard F. Outcault.caytoonKt .
always fight for progress; never be the or We may not be able to present world a standard encyclopedia. Editors of i creator of "ButerBro"'n" !! !

gan or the mouthpiece of any person, clique, affairs as attractively! as they might! be the new and authoritative asked him to UNatlon.1Encyclopedia" and other cartoons born Fish, Birds and Deer Heads'
remedy WOMAN TRANSPORT PILOT f at Lancaster Ohio. Died at Mounted
faction or class; always! do its utmost!! for the but nevertheless, .from tfmejtqr'tjjntip;: ? we the omission. His article just'com. V j CECIL GRAY .J'
-Helen Rlchey, 'co- Flushing, N. Y.. Sept. !5, 1928. j
public welfare j neyer tolerate_ corruption or expect to comynenteu. nl wbatj-tta lens pietedreairles the subject down,to holder of thewomen's endurance # I TAXlb.ERM.lA1*. ,i. '

injustice! ; denounce, vice and praise virtue; abroad. .':I;Uq.,cc I I the 'latest anti-kidnapping. tlon. Icglsla- ,, flight, record of ', 1874-Whiteford R. Cole!1 Fine Work rRe*'on.W Price
eleven aloft I Is copilot ,, 'I
president of the Louisville and
n J 319 Fleming St. Pkao 170-W I II
commend good doj te' by or organ- trans
individual\ BETTERlHOMES J4OWn sJo on a regular air 'Nashville Railroad born at Nashville Key Weal, Florida'' < <
,ization tolerant of others' rights views and port route, on the Wash- I ,, .
;t' ---- > 1, ...-?* Tenn. Died Nov. 17, 1934. ;, - ..
opinions;; print only news that will elevate What a change Monday morning has In9ton-Detroit rwn.k -" - .-__ M 1;'u

and not contaminate the reader; never com- undergone in the past decade! House- CONDENSED STATEMENT OF CONDITION OF

promise with principle.IMPROVEMENTS keeping has seen a transformation in that THE FIRST NATIONAL BANKOF

period. The old kitchen or basement picture KEY WEST

is not recognizable today.In a. at tire close of business December 31, 1934

FOR KEY WEST a comparatively short time the old Comptroller' Call
ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN drudgery has vanished, driven away by an z 3 and Investments "00 $ 305,639.43

entirely new method that eliminates the Overdrafts 00_'_'''__ 71.61Banking

1. Wattr and Sewerage. hard work a housewife once thought she House Fixtures, Furnitureand ._ . 33.082.3X

2. Bridges: to complete Road to Main- had to endure. Bonds of States and Pos
What has this sessions of the United
land. produced pleasant new States ....._..__._ 139,370.68
condition in the highly important business 74,204.03&
3. Free Port. LEADERS OF NEW CONGRESS-Representatives Other Bonds and Securities .

4. Hotels and Apartments. of housekeeping? BOY GENIUS-:Erno Valasek. brilliant young violinist, Joseph Byrns Speaker of the House, talking Stock of Bank the Federal Reserve - 6,000.00Temporary

5. Bathing Pavilion. The change was brought with news- whose concert work this season has caused music critics over the current session with Vice-President John Federal Deposit '
to hail a new musical star. Garner at the Capitol. Insurance fund 1,95.01United
paper advertising. New ideas circulatelast
6. Aquarium.
States Government
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7. Airports-Land and Sea. because people read advertising. It .. .... t: Obligations direct -
e.e. .e.e.e. .e..e
in Louisiana
met and two
makes new desires and needs alters old governors t and fully guar-
8. Consolidation of County and I
City ._
In installed. r anteeu 832744.73
Governments. habits and leads people to fresh and bet- KEY WEST IN Today History i I t Cash and due from Banks 495168.97 1,327,913.70$1,888,235.7D

i I ter standards of living. As helpful as DAYS GONE BY i .se...e.o..e..o.s..1 I 1923 Experimental talkingby .

they are, washers and ironers ..could not i 163'J radio telephony between New LIABILITIES ,
Happening Here Just 10 Years ten Constitution known to his- York and England. c
There is shouldn'tgo
no reason why you 100,000.08Surplus
have gained ground so fast without the aid Capital ?$
ahead with the plans made for Ago Today As Take. Front I ,tory-at Hartford Conn. I and Undivided Profits ._.._ 55,007.42
y. "< that newspaper advertising gave them. The Files Of The Citizen I 1933-Half a million strickenby Circulation .. _., 100,000.0

1935. a No merchant has used such advertising II I by, 181.J-Norway Treaty of Kiel.given to Sweden i influenza in Britain. Deposits ..____-.-__ 1.633.228JJ7

consistently, whose business has not The Key West Electric company 1 I I Subscribe for The Citizen. $1,888.235.73
When look at the contrast be- i been will operate a bus line over I 1873-Two rival legislators
you improved thereby. Though if he be- : i ._____

tween some young married couples, you comes the means of introducing worth- the was streets announced of Key last night West. at Thi a I[ chamber of commerce is to be I I CIIII.l.lI.lIIIII.l'II rl'.I.4'.lI'"Ii

know darn well love is blind.If while methods and carried l on one of the folders, .
new products to his meeting 01'city council at whichan i S
J f jijjmbcring 100,000 or to
townspeople, and he is as greatly benefitedby ordinance providing for this be i issued by the Three Way more Com s\flSS

Europe just must have a war it promoting them as his customers are J y was passed on its third and final mittee. The story decorates the
reading. The entire board was
might be a good idea to let the nations go adopting them.A present at the meeting last night first page of one set of folders I JANUARY
J I'I and tolls of the attractiveness of
ahead and have one-all by themselves. and when the roll was called four
the Stock Island municipal golf
members of the council voted for ; i i
1 I course. It describes the course

One trouble with a democracy is that Few Americans ever heard of Dr. three the ordinance voted against.while 'It the is understood other- .. and offers the information that I
Harry Hampton, well known golf
there are ten men ready to take commandfor Charles Guillaume, a French scientist the company will operatethe pro is in charge. I PAINT SPECIALS
line for a period of 'JO days as
every one citizen ready to march in the awarded a special medal by the British:: an experiment If successful, the ,!'. Editorial Comment: The Key :

ranks. Physical Society for the discovery of three company agrees to continue operation West Citizen is advising Key I II I

important metal alloys. Yet one of these, of the street car service. !I I Westers to have faith in their i j

A lecturer advises: "To acquire a called platinite i is said to save nearly $5- ; town or leave Key Wept and that I I
Dr. J. V. Porter Sr., is in receipt SHERWIN WILLIAMS
mighty good advice for i METROPALMER
voice\ of.Guth (ni;saturate yourself, with 000,000 annually in the(.}manufacture! of r of an invitation front K.: G.Ia' js>,pop1e to. have. in their own home any I I P.OLITAN OR COMMONWEALTH : FLAT OR GLOSS
subject." if i electric light bulbs. Sewell'Plt." e.Atvof' the1 chamber? WHITE PAINT:-
your Especially the subject is Lto\\n. '
: .. , :, !I FLAT WHITE ,, .
Jf i&lHMHMtiW bwiif.. ,td attend r. -'> 0 ' "" Irpt U
Another is elinvar -- I
"Strong Drink. an improved alloy
In., ,.'. ... .\t : ihe j joint meeting<< of_,chamUe.rs of p; c jenco and fcpWd 'against spe'ediinil I P.AINT.:-, 1 Gallon Cans :'
used in the manufacture p.h\Vaf nP.Wlgi: :omnfe'rc ,. ha'vc"b'li : while the third is inv\J.-hilckelF.ibL1\ (! l Pie;WfctmiCDtMy ntofniagl at > I Jn I1 1)9ri") C flag at -- -. : ; .. :
After the movies reform.ed ro- *:;hG\.ei'enToli" .n _.rt thg. ba kgtjba\ ,ll \ $ 1 90 : ;r'l
and\ the literature of the 'nation made clean : duct which is practically free from expan- 1<1.e do .. 1I\si;\ fR +J;.t f:jI ame],!}bt\vW' !>/ the Masked )I t.J"pls' I per gallon .__4... ,.... If : I !.
14Vesters M i '''')t1' ..hOld t4\y\ and) I 1: (the: Public ,Utilities; quid i : I I y: Gallon Cans,' ",,, . >
sion by changes in temperature, thereforeof : .1 : yIn I
we suggest that somebody begin to work :1iwilI't6: -attend and:]f teLA.t, least this i 5s! the prediction r 80cZILO .
5 Gallon Cans at ................... ........
on the people of the country.The great value in the manufacture of metal l while there has been{ m*announcement -(i I of fans who have been eagerly h: $1 75 -
.. .. .
made of the matters to be per gallon - .
surveyors tapes, clock pendulums and awaiting the meeting of I Ith..se I
up for discussion it is believed two rpeedy teams. Both
other articles requiring stability of length. ,
best compliment of the Ford there will. be several of import-j I r aggregations have been working I't' o
i Scientists like Dr. Guillaume are ance to Key West. hard at practice and both .
automobile we have ever read appeared in are sure ti

the Sanford Herald- It said "the new i laboring constantly to adapt new forces of Mrs.' Anna Eliza Richardson I, of winning. I!! I I
mankind and the advance oP civilization
I I!
Ford? look less and less like a Ford." I yesterday received a check for Seventy members s of the. Wes-i i,
is due largely to their skill and .patience. $857 from Veterans Bureau in 1 ley Bible Class of Fleming Street SI

They are entitled to all the rewards and Washington. Her son, Mervin. wasa church were entertained last night I:I(i! II A Sherwin Williams product that has become veryPopular

President Roosevelt says that the honors which may be bestowed upon them. veteran of the World War. He!| by Miss Agnes Ward at her home.1 1 i j I in Key West, and elsewhere, due to the fact that

budget H balanced, if the relief debts are died two months ago in the :Mercedes -' 1018 James street. First the class i it is probably the lowest priced PURE 100 Per Cent Lead
not considered. That'd like hospital\ in Key West. Before conducted the regular meeting
a person say- DO YOU READ BOOKS? I and Zinc Paint known. A 25 Ib can of this product to-
his death he had filed claims after which an hour of entertainment -
ing "I do not owe anybody anything, except i for
for insurance in accord with requirements was provided. Songs musical gether with linseed oil] to thin, makes yourpaint cost
what I owe the bank." Printing made available to the aver- of the adjusted com- selections: } and) readings were pure absolutely unadulterated zinc and lead paint about

age man the finest thoughts of the great. pensation act. The check received -' given by Miss Marjorie Parks, gallon. The paint you get compares with pre-
} by l\Ir\ Richardson is the third Mrs.! John II. Linn. Mrs Linn and $2.20 per
The voice Marcella: Sembrich, "the writers of the world. Books
are so cheap %Issued costing about $3.50 per gallon.
from the Veterans Bureau | Mrs. William A. Bryant Misses; pared .pai .
first lady of the opera", is forever stilled. that it is po&sible. today for a citizen, ,i in\I,Atulct:2his act \I i Sarah Adams and Mazie Richards ,

When the great operatic:: star retired in comparatively humble circumstance to r j i William Cullingford .and Mrs.

1909 she gave as: her reason that she liked maintain a library containing, as' much information l.. An announcement made by the 1 Sarah Kemp. <
the sun best when it is high and thought. as was the possession of only a\i -

it better to leave when everyone is asking few men in the 'not so distant past/of- '*the --- 2 I

"why", rather than "why not." race. STEAMSHIP Co. 2 for 15c.--- S
P & 0 I
How many people in Key West take UNITED STATES FAST

Had Bruno Hauptmann always observed -I advantage of this fact. How many homesare MAIL ROUTES FOR

what his teacher cautioned to dot i there in our midst in which the arrival PORT TAMPA-HAVANA-WEST INDIES I

his "i's" and cross his "t's", he would have of the new books is as rare as a heavy Effective! April 27, 1933 I
Leave Key West for Havana Tuesdays and Fridays, 12:20 South Florida Cootracting & Engineering Co.
avoided the most devastating evidence now snow in June? How do we expect our I.. M.' -

arrayed against him. In the ransom notes young people to have broad outlooks and Leave Havana for Key West Wednesday and
t 0:00. A. M.Leave. Phone 598 Wtte aid Bin Streets
the "t's" were not crossed a single time, better themselves unless we give them a' )Key West for Port Tampa Wednesdays .

and in the hundreds of words he was change to make use of the marvellous in, days :30 P. M. SatUda"l ..: "Yow hone k worthy' of the bef

forced to write by the police, not once did I telligence that abounds in the printed Ticket*\. R..ervahoas .and Dock Information'PnoM 71 at Ticket I .

he cross a "t". page?. \\. J. IL COSTAR J.aeat. J L \if"lI.l.l'III. II.lII .III III'-I J

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IJ' :PEREZ.FAMILY TO HAIRDRESSER I yer'street.Barb Shop on Fleming

I airs, Papy expected to leav? for
STAY,| Miami this week but due to many
SPORTS I appointments which she could not

) l LOCAL INSURANCE AGENT Mrs.\ J. L. Papy, permanent 1 take care of last week, she ha a

wave expert will remain here{decided to postpone her deparj -
: Trench I Jerry. "It was only four o'clock I ACCEPTS POSITION IN
and hop Jimmy f rot to*frrt of .Ylrf f*. .u.r: pag Aon i when wt started,and yon were liDO,- I WEST COAST CITY until February 1 at Berlin Saw j 1 tare.oeeeooeeeeeeeeeeeeeooeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee.

rttrvrd Uotln O'trtenroar the ing away so comfortably In your I I -
rlutrjf 9f fftfr ffioff. Orloy itrrrrm ,bunk. . ? I
.toC fe *or a termtaworth I .
f> Molly ri, ,fl and:owe trIJJ wAlcfe not below believeteat "it's a lie," I Interposed "a cruel I I A. Perez, one of the agents of C .,

it ha LIP'S ttolt* from ACT.TTU i and tlack-hearted lie. I was awakeall the Gulf Life Insurance company I
three .tt\ Jerry ltorda'Int. night and I swear on my honor I I DlAMONDBAU.I I II. HOTEL LEAMINGTON
P'OI&'o sail in Jerry'. leaf to Uamlrntof. PIRATES TAKE.I TROJANS DOWN in Key West for several years, has
'i.r. to iu+tct furtorn i*. that you- never gave even the tiniest I .been promoted to the position of: .
irkhk tin the,
max V"wl.rd tole
ferml* pr&4.ftA a pitcl Of the snort. :manager with the company and: : "MIAMI'S MOST POPULAR HOTEL" :
MftaJ it dftcribtt. "ThAnk yon, Nick." She climbed OPENING GAME CLUBPLAYERSBASEBALL I GAME TONIGHT I Ia I assigned to the Tampa district. .

out and. steadying herself with onhand (I This advancement, it was said' : NE ht Street at BUeayae Boulevard :
Chapter 13 gazed: inquiringly over the Y
'I 4 FROM SLUGGERS I l by officials of the company comes, Overlooking Bayfroat Park and Biscayne Bay
cabin top. "Where are we? she de- I
ANCHORS AWEIGH ( GAME BY JUNIOR a There trill, be as a reward for efficient services
anded. "And what are all those I I'pretty i i I a diamondball : Oppawit Uoioa B.. Station
LL ready! lighter I I I game played tonight at .Bayv I and excellent accomplishment

'I * Jerry heaved overboard the "That's Southend pier" said (I Ii j[ STARS< : AND LA TROPICAL TEAMS PLAYED YESTER. Park between the Busy Bees and during in his West.period of employmentin LOWEST RATES EVER QUOTED .

tin can which marked oar moorings, i Jerry "one of England! famous DAY MORNING Adams Dairy.

'and catching(: hold of the halliard: beauty spots. .J PLAY TO TIE IN SECOND This will be the third game of I Mr. Perez- Mrs. Perez their Single Room with Bath .____..: ._._.____ $1.50 %
hauled the peak. children, Alicia and Tony, left on
up Molly gave a little shiver "It'shorribly the league's schedule which' began : Double Room with Bats ........._......__..____. 2.00
Z As though revelling in her new- cold. I shall go down and CAME OF TWIN BILL IN Yesterday: morning the Sandlot last week.SCHOOL. the Steamship Cuba Saturday for
fonnd 'frtedaa the Sagftll keeled Tampa and Mr. Perez was to as-
make you both a cup of hot cocoa. OPENING LEAGUE SERIES : ALFRED SIMONS Manager.e. .
over to the strong westerly breeze.I You must want something-starting League got under way with the same his managerial duties this

steadied her with the tiller and Ute this without any breakfast. ;t Trojans playing .the Cuban Club. UNIT TO warning. : eoooeeeeeeeeeeoeeeeeoeeeoeeoeeooeeeeooeeeeeeoeihe .

bowing a farewell to the other small We meant to wait until we got I tI I ,0 ,
The .
interesting from --- -- -
game was ---- -- -
about at -
craft which were tostlng The Island City Baseball --
Into the creek I explained. "It will
thalr anchors, ahe plunged forward dAft to finish. Rodriguez and :t tI
be nice and quid there, and. . undt-r' I I I
down the Ray. "Don't you trouble, in las." An untidy League got way yesterday Danny Lopez pitched good for 'I tI 1

It was barely four o'clock. and the head: poked itself out from the afternoon at the'Navy Field. I!I their clubs ASSOC1A-1 I
broad expanse of the Thames Estuary cabin. "I've lit the Primus, and I'llbring TION WILL MEET TOMORROW RoedHJinllecl
was still shrouded In darkness. it up to you as soon as It', The Pirates took the first; game I I scored one run in EVENINGA I 't
Ahead of us on the left the mile-long ready," I the first and second innings and /Jon :

lights of Southend pier stabbed Jerry laughed. "Splendid.! he re- I by a 3 t%2 score over the Slug l two lathe fifth. The Cuban Club !special program has been arranged -i i ACCEPTING.IMITATIONS

their way out into the river. marked. "I quite forgot we had a I for the regular monthly 1 i
six scored three in the fifth and tied
Bethel scoreless
The green eye of a steamer, slip- steward on this trip." gers. I meeting of the Key Wet Junior.i I To get the origin! n... 100% Part Pkmc'

pins: eripon i the half-flood: ,. moved "How did you sleep Jimmy I innings; for the Sluggers but the count in the, seventh frame. Senior High School PareptrTeachr lie sure to MADE IN BALTIMORE.Davi
slowly across our bows while tar in a'' Inquired. \ .. T ,Trojans came back in the Association which: meets, tomorrow -: look, for 100% Pare Paint .ku J oftca t* tnwutattj xAni 1 :

the distance, liken.tale dawn, "Fine, sir: and the dog too. Lay a tripl l<**bf M. Aee'veda'd. .a eighth and scored what proved to evening at'7:305e'clock.. : a aw* ,but never jupbuttd. ...haebet ..........
Int from .She/erneas Dockyard this I ;
ff gain / Label
,mounted! alp'fnut the'starlesseky. Alongside'is! Hckln o' me all night wot e'woke did. It single bybontlgavttlhe U igl fi Sff( ; iJ.-' ".Iti i: be the -winning, run.

: Ta'e1 atmoephere was distinctlychinyj' as" me ear me L' %'. ,, i'i.'it ,'. At bat, Alvarez and Domenech Selection-High School.0rehesra. Ia 1, pure pains laws and I* the only paint :'::0.-- f
0P. rates the"rned'.l111l'? t .-' ; that carries a guarantee of purity. :::= I
I [ 'l t? j "I thought looked extraordinarily winners and J.: Garcia andA.
you f for the
'% ; '
1'1 1
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abpail t 11:huttone4I&P.lleo under" ;tha! yygviB. boom.peered For- that clean" he"added said as Jerry.the grinning"Brightfad The SJuge'I tri...IM44...bored; : oneinihesecowi.t 4-q-v ; s . Hernandez for..the lo&era' .were Prayer.Address. -MUs CraJand,taiuic, t _vR . n'/fafe I for this Guarantee on the label r.:.;._. .' I ;
wsrd In the bows Jerry was busy! fate disappeared. "I've halt a mindto ith one out. Ingraham outstanding. .,' : director.. 3%.'f*:"3S W.. SB We bees ooconnection with any other Paint Muiufoctvnr A/aaau. ocular....,. tAn f
stowing: the anchor and coiling up take him on as understudy to I Score by innings: ' ..Song-Glee' Clab.; '.*. ". SS I ear product* arc amW by in Bflttmon and ...M '......h DAMn only,. ..I

loose ends of rope. He bad the true Dawson. He could do the rough I singled to center Traynor struck II I R. H. E. Address-Rev. Summers on THEflBMVIS m.GltlNiWrl 18J BALTIMORE.Mn '

tailor's hcrror of untidiness and fort work like brushing George and answering stole second and I Trojans 110 020 010-5 4 4 'Safeguarding Our Children From \
n minutes or so he continued his the telephone." out. Ingraham I Cubans .. 000 030 100-4 8 3 Physical Harm." G. C. ROBERTS Corner Caroline and William Streets .

labors until everything on deck was Gonzalez hit to short, ho threw I Batteries: D. Lopez and I. Rod Selection-Orchestra. Y .
In apple-pie order.Then with a satisfied obI
"WOD can't have Jimmy I -
riguez E. Rodriguez and Mar
air he sauntered aft and jected. "If we all get safe out wide to first. Ingraham came! ;" -- -

dropped little open down well\ beside! me into the of this he's coming to me. He'll be home and was safe! at the plate.In I II I tinez.Summary: Errors: Zacal 3, CIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII..l I.llllllllllfflll..ITII.I..
oily useful in the studio and Ihouldn't I
"Going along like a daisy" he be surprised it some dayor the third they scored their Ogden, F. Lopez, J. Garcia, Ren .

observed. "If this wind only holdswe other he didn't turn out to be a last run. Machin walked. Hale dueles;' three base hit: Albury;
I shall have a topping sail" good artist" two base hit: Alfonso; stolen

1 nodded. "You're quite a good "Well, I won't stand In his way." forced Machin at second. Castillo bases: Esquinaldo; struck out: by

weather prophet. I will say that for Jerry bore up sharply to meet the struck out. Hale stole second. Lopez 12, by Rodriguez 8; bates! RELIABLE FIRMS

you. Jerry. I'm glad now that we wash of a passing tramp. "After all. Cates singled to left and Hale on balls: off Lopez 8, off Rodriguez

didn't start yesterday." It would be a pity if Dawson hadn't cored. 4; hit by pitcher: F, Lopezby
-We shouldn't have got la, was enough to do. He might lose his 0 Lopez, Villareal and Lopezby
the reply: "at least, it would have figure." Fruto singled to right and
Rodriguez; time of game: 2:00;
been a near thing. On" can only By now the first glimmer of dawn Cates was out at the plate. The Garcia.BEARUP'3 .
umpire: C.
scrape over the bar" an hour each was already making its appearance.Low Pirates scored two runs in the 5 Who Offer Their Customers Service and Satisfaction
side of high water. down In the east the sombre DRY CLEANING
eighth with two outs.: Acevedo
"Inconvenient sort of place to
grey of the sky had given place to a WORKS. 514 MARGARET ST

"Isn't choose there for a factory 1 remarked..:: sickly yellow, while little by little hit a pop fly to left and Fruto PHONE 152M. dec20, '...............................................",...1.eee.e.................................... s
any other way of getting the vague outline of the opposite dropped the balL Mayg hit to .
at itr"There's shore was beginning to separate it- ....e............a..u.. PLANTS FLOWERS DELICIOUS
an entrance from the self more distinctly from the dun- short, who fumbled the ball and I I: : BET,H E L S : SWEET CLOVER

Crouch farther up but we should colored water.It Acevedo was out to right and CLASSIFIED VINES CAKES and PASTRIES .
have to go right round outside the I' :was a cheerless dawn, as dawns Mayg scored. M. Acevedo was out CONDENSED MILK

Miplins! for that As it Is we can at sea usually are. The mystery and right to third base.A. ; : AUTO SERVICE :

snrak:: up Inshore. That's the best of'' beauty of the night appeared to be Perez i irk center played agreat COLUMNLOST Cocoanut Plant, each lie : : CARS WASHED : ASK FOR IT AT YOUR

these centre-board boats; they ('an' changing gradually Into a dreary expanse 1 Hibiscus, Plants, each 100.U. e NEIGHBORHOOD STORE
sail practlTiIy l wherever It's wet. of tumbling waves and inhospitablelooking game and made one sensational ....................... i : CARS POLISHED :
catch on a ball labeled fora .1 B m l gain villea, Bed or Pur- a GOOD GULF
I looked bark at the lamps alonglreateltff mud fiats. homer. pie 1 60e to $1.00) GASOLINE Same quality, and weight at
----- --- TOP
Parcde. which were already The arrival of cocoa however, followed I t f SERVICE other higher priced condensed
fading: into the distance."I'd by a welcome clgaret all For the Sluggers, Cates and LOST-Green Sheaffer's Fountain Poinsettia Plants, SOe to >$1.o0 J BATTERY SERVICE : milk.

give something to know round, soon dispelled our depres Gonzalez played a great game. Pen In Post Office Lobbyon Crotons, each 2Ic: GULF SERVICE WITH A :
whether 1''e'n': been followed from At bat, Carbonell hit two safe- DISTRIBUTED BY-
sion. As though scenting the ap '
Saturday. Reward if returned Turks Cap each 25e : SMILE) :
London, I said! proach of the suu. George, who up ties in three times up.
to W. R. Holt Gibson: : Roses dozen, _. ... '1.20 : 0.. ReooVto-Serro Cake : 0 : TRUJILLO
Jerry shrugged! bla sho !dtr5. tin[ then had remained In the fo'c'sle! Score by innings; I BROTHERS ,

"Probably: and if so no doubt condescended to Join our company. R. H. E. Hotel janl4ltxMISCELLANEOUS Sand Pastries are: always freak 1 : GIVE US A TRIAL : WHOLESALE GROCERY ,

they've seen as pushlnt off. All the For the first minute or so h* stoodup Sluggers 011 000 000-2i 3 South Florida Nursery .
h: Maloney & PeacockPkono .C.r. Fleming aad Grinaril! Stt. :
tame I'oi nc t worrying. Skunks; like in the well on his hind legs sniff Pirates .. 000 000 12x-3 (G 2 Diviiioa
and Thorn.
CatkeHno St. : PHONE 91 Street J
597 PHONE 818 :
Orloff and Dimitri "
are dangerous
ing the breeze and glancing suspiciously Batteries: Bethel and Ingra- CASH PAID for used furniture

when enough it asho-e.comes to I grant this sort you that of thing, but/ round apparently the horizon decided; that then.IlIl"lng ham; Casa Griffin and CarbonelL 1013 Southard street ;i .......................:.......................:................................................e

Summary: Runs batted in: Gonzalez declT-lraox SELECT SEA FOODS
they're a bit out of their clement! Idou't there was nothing wrong with the i .' HAPPY DAYS J
Cates Carbonell Mayg, : PLUMBING : ARE HERE
supple:: they could tell one navigation! he gave a short bark of
Pena; errors- : Castillo 2. Fruto, FOR RENT Jewfiah., 2 Iba. ..,-...._.._- 35c. I INSURANCE
end of a barge from the other. approval and stretched himself) out __ I
Castro, Baker; three base hit: YellowtaIl Steak, 2 Ik.. 35eYellowtail :
"What about that Ilnnian ship contentedly! at Molly'a feet."Doll't .
that's I Acevedo; stolen bases: Castro,I ROOMS AND APARTMENTS" on Bono, 2 I'.. 25c o
lying the river. I sat altogether like the look of
rested; "the one they were going to It." remarked Jerry jerking his Baker Machin hale Ingraham. 1013 Southard street. I Grouper, 2 Ib.. 25c J DURO PUMPS Office: 319 Duval Street

take Molly to? If she's any sort of a head towards a bank of black cloud Gonzalez; struck out: by Bethel 1 )' ded"bnox Snapper, 2 Ike. 2SeS S : a /
sue there must be at leant half a which had crept up behind ut. 5 (Castro, Baker A. Acevedo,t' Mntton Fish 2 n... 2Se PLUMBING SUPPLIES

dozen men 03 hoard, and 1 expect "Shouldn't be surprised If we were Pena 2)), by Casa 4 (Castillo, In :SOUTH BEACH BUNGALOW. SALTED MULLET ROE I 41 TELEPHONE NO. 1 e
4n le cf them know; how to hauJlauced. in fcr of rain. Griffin I All modern conreniences C A .
: a graham. Traynor 2)), by ; I
.. \ : Oyatera 348 :
.Larre Select 1Try
Bathing and at
"Jlarnbrldge! must be a placeon you }
?: "D.* the way" I added, a really wet day" I gay observed.! Bethel 1 (Cafes 2,) off; base Casa f pn I. off balls Griffin: off\ back door. Frank Johnson, r CAPT. TOWS PRODUCTS ''::1 I, t, ,. , : -THE- :'' Yo r Ual. AtDflmomco :1:

?f I : rayJ to "thlak of it. I till! as far as that goes, we shall 1; hits: off Casa '3'in"'G' inningf; ; Colonial? Hotel Buildin. .1 t "d
p, tu do' 1 f 11 lR"'t\at'\ that big have plenty to do." jan7-t : Kiagfiak: Maeher 1', 'e .Restaurant f
winning pitcher: Griffin,; I t'l Ae Ja'w "How long do think lydshaf : JOHNC.PARK :
lily If' on was one you Gonzalez FREE t : 8.il.r B .'
| rave
game: ; : 1 : --
oat it e'crew. He looked' like a sailor, have to stop there? asked ol1y. FOR RENT-Two-stpry furnished t'

aW ow. He'd rings la his ears and ",\11 depends." Jerry let butthe and Aguilar. I home, three beorooms'! '' wo' LiWlHSH) COMPANY.*! >* : Six, C""., Dian.v.; ,--f-..-.i !I
i tattooed to the shoul- mainsheet a trifle and the Seagull In the second game the .
lt armsArte baths. Apply 817 Fleming % she, 7Sc, and 85.
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PHONE Hi 'a SIMONTON ST.ooooooooeooooooooeei. --------
t, f buried her nail Joyously in the and La Tropicals played another .: .
white-crested! water. "We don't know thriller. The game ended- to 4. street. janlO-12tx I II I .....e.................... .f ......................:............eoooeoeoeee

J FoRRY yawned. "(fell, you never anything about this farmer and his D. Navarro pitched for La FURNISHED APARTMENT, 5 : m Our Reputation It Wrap-: .

know. Fuuiy things can happen wife at present People who settle Tropicals and Martinez and Se- Rooms and Bath, Laundry Tubs' AARON McCONNELL IT WILL SURPRISE YOU Attention Housewives!
k :
but I can't exactly picture a boat themselves in these out-of the-way villa for the Stars. Garage and Telephone. 514' i ped in eirery Page (36 FIoMinf; Street
load of Bolshiex bumping about in places are generally inclined to be a At bat the leaders were Garcia :Margaret. jan12 : To see the PRETTY GIFTS :

an Essex: creek. bit grumpy and suspicious. Xo use and Rendueles for the Tropicals of : : and NOVELTIES atTHOMPSON'S : We are now offering 3
lie leaned across and relieved me trying to rush 'em, or they shut up
and Acevedo and Majg for the COMPLETELY FURNISHED :
of the tiller.! "Perhaps I'd better take like an oyster. I FREE : grades ofPRINTING
Stars. :Mayg singled in the seventh MODERN HOME-Apply 8251
her "It'a the woman.I want to see" I watch
It's rather tricky
over now. said. "If she was looking after Os- to put his club in the lead, Duval Street. ju!2-tf MARINE MUSEUM
work dodging In and out of these
borne and getting his meals and all and Garcia also singled in the
steamers, especially In the dark. DONE BY US :
324 Margaret Str
." seventh: stole second and scoredon
that sort of thing. ..
slid forward\ along the seat, and I I II : that
"I wonder whether she's pretty an error to tie the score for your friend will : at
At the same moment Molly's bead I !i -
CARS JEWELER appreciate. Come in and seesthem
appeared through the hatch She broke in Molly. "If she is I've no the Tropicals and Greased No.3.!
.was wearing a blue kniitteil jersey doubt be talked to her quite a lot. In the field. Al. Acevedo and Painted AND ENGRAVER : :
dee17.1moINSTRUCTION 25c 20c and 15c Hv.STAR .
lIe was always running after some Fire Station. ARTMAN PRESSCitizen Your next Lobster Crab Dinner
which she had bought at Westcllff Ubieta featured. See Him For Your Next Wort : .
the previous day and with her short woman or other when he was withus Score by innings: : ALL PRICES : will be much more delicious : '
curly hair blowing about In the wind ; it was the one thing father usedto R. II. E. Bid :Hit, ,is baked and served in our COFFEE MILLS

she looked like some mischievous object to." Stars4 __. 021 000 1-4 7 3 methods Thor *. H-m 9 .to 12-1 to 6 : Giant Scallop or Heart Sea .
PIANO Modern
Jerry shook his head. "I shouldn't'build ; 512 Greene St. Phone 296
and attractive : :
boy Sheila.
La 100 1 1 8 2
Tropical 101 Reasonablerates. PHONE !51
ou that" : ough instruction.! Opom S.h r Uy Nlgkta : .
"Hello! she exclaimed reproachfully Batteries: Martinez. Sevilla and Chas. Roberts Studio, ............................................. .
.": "you might have wakenedme. (Copyright, till. Pen FutluMng' CO ,I"MTXcevedo;; D. Navarro and J. 613 Margaret Street ..........f..... ................... ............... ,

Tomorrow, the seagull arrives Navarro I DINE AT THE
"We Jan x : : :
the heart, uplalp 1 at itt desolate destina-t ,: SSumnfary! : Errors: Fabian C. i READPRITCHARD SERVE THE POPULAR

h oe.. Garcia John Navarro Castro and PLAZA RESTAURANT : : 'f. DESSERT
'TflE KEY ;
-- -- -.,.- yg; two base hit: Griffin. C. ': FUNERAL HONE -I' .

........................ '"; 11111111-. Garcia Garcia; Joe stolen Navarro bases: F.Ubieta Acevedo 2, I STOMACH AND INDIGESTION ULCER. GAS victims PAINS,, If JOB are ateutomod} to odining SUNDAY' STAR : : lira! Palm Ice Cram ri

Today's HoroscopeSincerity Notice To Subscribers Mayg; struck out: by Navarro'6 why suffer! For quick relief i at .borne, yon will find : Digmifiod. Sympatketk Aa4 If..tJ.

(Al. Acevedo 2. A. Acevedo, I get a free sample of Udga I THE PLAZA a ..veJ aM .*-2 S
........................ : CotartelJ'' BARBECUES of ill liMa
Sevilla Martinez Tablets a doctor's prescription,
Mayg Martinez ), by joyaklo oxpOMonco.. .S.r"mpfioll $2 Per Year
i is the keynote of this please bo prompt la paying 2 (Joe Navarro and Fabian), I at Gardner's Pharmacy. '
m : D.lieio.s Teast d Saadwkko.
day and you will be orderly and tko carrier wno delivers your by Sevilla 2 (D. Navarro and jan78914.1C212223282930xBENJAMIN BREAKFAST Key Wert' Only Sunday LICENSED EIdEALiE8 .
paper. H. par Tko CiUen Ubieta) ; bases on balls: off Navarro I. : COLD BEER.BOi'S .
useful There are many paths that j 15 seats a week for tko pa- 4, off Martinez 1; hit by LOPEZ LUNCHEON 4 : Paper : Aaikmlaaco Sorvie. ;-

will! lead to success and the vein per and tell. it to TOO for 20 pitcher: A. Acevedo by Navarro; FUNERAL HOME SUPPER : Biuinea.; Office Citizen BARBECUE ;.

of mysticism that runs throughthe coat. Hi profit for deliver., hits: off Martinez 3 in 3 innings; Established 4. y... LADY ATTENDANT ,

ten days either'wde o/ this I lag i II S cent weekly oa each passed ball: Acevedo 2; double Key W.l*. oldest PLAZA RESTAURANT : Bldldil1' ': IVUto, at Nowtov Street w ,
I aubacriber. If h. !a not paid play: Castro to Acevedo; time of SU"1' A........ 3.relaaLR.n.d '
date will have its climax .f uc- liE IBM*. Not Tke CittlifTllllllll.4-.. tame: 1:30; umpires: Aguilar and E.aMI..rtb SOB Doral Street : PHONE 51 :Pkoao 548 Mover Sloop. Cab S.r.le.

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............................................... .............. .. ... ..e .. ..A*.* visit to the Casa Marina where

PERSONAL MENTION !,TRAFFIC LIGHTS was a happy meeting be
two old friends, Major
:-: SOCIETY : : I.........................,........................ NOW FLASHING AT and Manager reter Schutt. S dl for the next 5

William II. Pierce.,keeper of I Mrs. B. D. Jenks left yesterday The aviators remained at Key en months <>/

Nina de Lisa Leslie, Editress Sombrero lighthouse, arrived Sat- afternoon for Miami where she 2 BUSYCORNERSDRIVERS several hours and then took
urday for his quarterly vacation will spend a while with relatives. !
'PHONE 752-J with his family at 622 Ashe street. I I ,I I for their destination at New a THEATLANTIC

....................oa.S..........S...I.....S...S. : M.\ Waldo and Joseph Bennett, I I I MONTHLY
W. S. Roberts, chief operating I who, in company with' Cecil Car- AND PEDESTRIANS I
Convent Music School Alumni mechanic with a chain of moving I' bonell, came to Key West yester- I I I
picture theaters in Miami, arrived -'I day to discuss the matter of trans- HAVE NOT BECOME FULLY MAKE the most of your reading -

Will Give Concert Wednesday yesterday for a brief visit with I poration lines in the city, remained FAMILIARIZED WITH REGULATIONS 'I hoars. Enjoy the wit the
relatives and left in the after i over for today to confer
-- noon. I with city council and attorneys. AS YET dr.t6'reyed 1oa wisdom, the companionship
A concert by the alumni of the Dancla-W. 'Roberts. Piano: C. '- I the charm that have made the

Music School of the Convent of Roberts. Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Moore were I Mrs. Alton Goehring left Saturday Cnp' ATLANTIC, for seventyfiveyears
8. Romance, SibeliusL.. ea
Mary Immaculate will be given on William. arrivals yesterday from Marathonto t afternoon, accompanied by Flashing traffic signals Satur- toy f reGe+ << America's most quotedand
spepd a few hours with theirsoninJaw her little son, and will be the : '
16, I Duval and Fleming'
Wednesday evening, January 9. Concerto Invention, Bohm day night at most cherished magazine.
'and daughter, Mr.: and :guest for a few days of her broth- '
at 7:45 p. m. in St. Cecelia's HalL -Mandolins j J. ,James. Violin: Mrs. ylctorJjfoff? t* Al; Ctiird. r er-in-law. 'and sister, Mr. and :Mrs.WilfStelton streets and Duval and.' Southard j I i
All the alumni will participate except -, N. Yates. Piano: F. Hansen. 1 in the afternoon '{ .;" in Miami. .streets was an innovation in the i y MONROE THEATER I Send $1 (mention this ad)
10. Polonaise, MacDowell I
Mrs. A. Perez, because of a I experience of automobilists and I
recent bereavement.The I Phelan. ] Floyd Ayala, petty officer in Mrs. Lou Smith left Saturday pedestrians. l j! Joan Crawford-Clark Gablein to
11. .Vocal Solo Punchinello,
the U. S. Navy, arrived yesterdayfor I: afternoon for Miami to join Mr. The signals are of the most II. -
program will be varied and I Tchaikowsky-Mrs. E. Warner. a vacation with relatives and i Smith for a few days and with The Atlantic Monthly, 8 ArlinI ,.
interesting, and the public is invited Piano: Mrs. W. Johnson. modern kind and were received : eral CHAINEDMatinee
afterward will go to the west I him will then return home: his ton St., Boston
to attend and enjoy an eve- 12. Prelude, De Koven-F. for l last week by city council and installed : I : Balcony, lOc; Orchestra I
coast assignment to duty at
ning of beautiful music. Hansen. San Diego, Calif. I William ?McGee mechanical expert -I Saturday afternoon. | I 15-20c; Night, 15-25c 1
the I
1. Duet, Septet, DecthovenD. 13. Kamennoi-Ostrow, Rubein- I I with the Galena Oil Co., who! Asked Saturday night how the ler
Knowles, P. Phelan, C. Kemp, stein-C. Roberts. Dr. and Mrs. J. :M. Ilenedo arrived -:was here for a short visit with!I: lights were acting Officer Frank-j' I -
B. L. Williams. 14. Violin Concerto 7th de yesterday morning from Miami i railroad'officials, has returned to I II |i lyn Arenberg, of the police department -|!
2. Fantaisie Impromptu, Beriot-N. Yates. Piano: A. for a visit with relatives and I headquarters in Atlanta, Ga. I said the lights were : ,- t
Chopin-A. Curry. Curry. friends. I functioning properly but motorists I;
I 1
3. Reading Homage to Music 15. The Joyful Peasant, Schu- I Moss\ Helen Remsen, of Rye, and pedestrians were not, in many|. The Never-Tiring
-Mrs. W. Johnson. mann-llarti-Mrs. W. Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Pritchard, New York, a visitor in Key :instances, paying any attention toy! !
4. Prelude C Minor (Bells of!:1 16. Quartet Sylvia, Oley who have been making their home !, West, is the guest of Mrs. Roland .i the signals. I GUARDIANof
Moscow). Rachmaninoff D. Speaks--MVs. E. Warner, A: in Miami returned yesterday to !I We 'therford and Mess\ Gladys I Both drivers of cars and pe-', \ i J

Knowles. 'I Curry, N. Yates, M. E. Grillion. take up their residence in Key' Russell, and ,will remain. for the i dwtrians w erststingjncross-! ; -J I your
5. Vocal Solo Herodiade extract ( :Piano: Mrs. J. Roberts. West, balance, of the season.- : iryg.atvthe wrong trend J fi*spi&:&ntlj : I
of opera), Masse et-Mrs.' I 17. Capricante, Wachs-M. E. ?" f -----..:' 4:111 I sl nals/and de ite"the***\ s HpALTH

E. Warner. Piano: 1E.. Gril- ;, trillion. Orvis Kempj.';;on' of'"Dr.. and, JotJ1B' S huagt' 't'e tJ 'tmting that he was doing afl"Tn"Tus*< i1i"wttto I, _
lion. .9 . % 18. Story of an OperaMrs.J. Mrs W. t' .Kemp.,.who, was jn'Mi-p \ the New Orleans Agency of the : 'keet'both'drivers and walkers rr-I : : THE ICEMAN
Impromptu.. Reinhold-C. Roberts. Soloists: Mrs.\ V. Mac- amt for the f air meet, returned by I I Merjyenthaler Linotype Company, iuwi.._..", tb..+a.c .t.y..of Kemp. i Dermott, A. Curry, M. E. Grillion, plane yesterday. i is in Key West on a'business Visit log them and only crossing when,i Who appeari'(Mikci )1 oelc-
7.. Violin Sixth Air Varie i ,''Mrs. E. Warner. Violin: N. Yates. I Mr. Schuman paid"a" call 'at,The the lights fJvejt.righC 0. ,. work every dayfaf' : "the; fear
", --" ''iii',L and.,) rs. A. Perez and children : Citizen office' today. He arrived ::1 f With AVfF&tttrtfH'> of other! =. with a load of pure. .1iealth.Q -
J. l left Saturday for Tampa I by plane this morning.. lights afrbusy. intersections the I II protection? ,
Tennis Tea Yesterday At Casa where they will! remain indefinitely. -! citizens will become familiarizedwith
I I this new method of controlling -1.... YOUR ICE MAN, Of Course,
Marina Hotel I NEW LIGHTHOUSE traffic in Key West, it was
Greatly Enjoyed Lieutenant F. Drory, U. S. N., said and in a brief time both lie never has to be defrosted. lIe never thumpsor

who was spending a while in Key i NOW IN SERVICE drivers and pedestrians will be whirrs. lIe always saves<< you dollars and cents.
An example of fast and well-, Stuart Cramer, Mr. and Mrs.: A.I West, left Saturday afternoon for heeding the signals and only crossing
played tennis was exhibited yesterday -i| P. Oliver, Mr. and Mrs. C. Tampa. i when the signal lights are '
afternoon at the tennis tea!I Stuart, Dr. and Mrs. Stephen W. : Completed and ready for use I right. CALL NO..8
at Casa Marina, where many distinguished -I Douglass, Colonel W. C. Jones, U. Mrs. E. E. Stokes left Saturdayfor I Saturday afternoon, the newly installed -
visitors witnessed the, S. Army. retired, and Mrs. Jones, Jacksonville with the intentionof I, light at Cosgrove Shoals FOR PURE ICE
games and joined in the tea hour. Mrs. Clifford H. Tuttle, Mrs. Howard returning to Key West the was put in service that night and
Mrs. Robert T. Menner, noted, C. Tuttle, Jr., Consul-Gen- early' part of this week. I added another to the large num,
sportswoman, played a skillful I!I eral and Mrs. C. B. Hurst, Mr. and ber of aids to navigation in the
game against Miss Clara Yates, Mrs. Wallace Bryant Kirke and Leon Albury left yesterday aft- Seventh District. You
popular member of the Junior'their daughter Jean, Miss Minnie for St. for The light is the
ernoon Augustine ex- essentially same earn ICE REFRIGERATORS
Woman's Club of Key West. Miss,|' Gardner Schutt, Mr. and Mrs. amination at the railroad hospitalfor .I. type as that erected last year ai{ I I
Natalie Minnick, Miss Yates, Charles Thompson. MX. and Mrs. assignment to employment at Smiths Shoals near the northwest.
Robert Pinder and Ignacio Car-: R. T. Johnson and daughter Miss Long Key Fishing Camp. entrance to the harbor. It rises 49 i wages"
bonell met in a set of doubles. j I I I Dodo Johnson, Miss Inez Fasser, I feet from the water and is of 2- your Made of All Metal-Equipped With
Mrs. Menner!\ was attired in a F. Wagner, Mr. and Mrs. J. S.
I G. R. Owen, of the auditing department 000 candle power. I ,'
white sports outfit, Miss Minnickin F,f Dudley, Mr. and Mrs. Edward I of the local administration Its rays can be seen at a dis- t JLlIAT handy servant, ) WATER COOLERSThey're
Scotch plaid seersucker shortsand Thanhauser, Miss Adelaide En- ', left yesterday afternoon for tance of from 12 to 1C miles at the telephone, is a gogetter. Best"a
blouse and Miss Yates wore!! treso, Miss Stella TJrainor, Mrs. Miami. sea. He chases after groceries Economical! 100 Per Cent
white shorts and blouse with deft!I Frank Dunn Mrs. Edith Rhodes -s- tuna to the drugetorEtcarrlesmessaoges
touches of blue. I| Foster, Mrs. J. Lancelot Lester Miss Isabelle Duffy, who was To relieve Refrigeration Satisfaction,,

Among those attending yesterday's Miss Ophelia Lester, Ignatius'Les- spending a while with Mr. and Eczema here, there and everywhere .
game were: Mr. and Mrs.l ter and Mrs. David Rice. Mrs. Victor Moffatt, left : and asks
t far I only a Priced at
day for Marathon yester-I Itching I few his f
-- --- -- -- -- - - cents a day as
makes her home with Mr. ;T e, and give skin comfort
AnnouncementOf I Eveneady Star Mrs. A. E. Woodburn. I $ nurses use wages.It does not matter $30 and $35EASY

Engagement Club To Meet . ResmolEVEN who you want or why,
George Pepper, secretary to n'l whether it be day or night, ' +
M.\ Duncan left yesterday TERMS-10 DAYS' FREE TRIALThompson's
)fr, and Mrs. John W. Roberts There will be a meeting of the Matccumbe having been storm or sunshine. Lift the

announce the engagement and ap- Evcrready Star Club held tomor- ferred from the office here to that receiver to order a loaf ot ...............
proaching marriage of their bread casually call a
row afternoon, beginning at 3:30 point.Dr..
daughter, Helena Isabelle, to Ira I friend for a brief chat-
o'clock, at the home ofIrs..
B. Thompson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Aurelio Perez left yesterday : : or speed a frantic summons to the
Charles Lowe 2330 Staples work the Ice Company Inc.
Herbert Saunders.The for Miami after being in Key I to telephone.If
wedding will take plate in Avenue. I West two days on business. you are trying to get along ,
the near future, it is stated. A request is made for a large I home, it will pay you to -
attendance at this meeting as Mrs. Louisa Parks, who was ABSORPTION different types, of telephone ..
Garden Club To several matters of much import. spending two weeks as the guest : You will then very likely ... ;
ance to the club will be discussed, of her sister. Mrs. Maria Higps,I i Yes, Soft-Lite Lenses reduce, believe it costs more to try to do ---
Hold MeetingThe it is stated. left Saturday afternoon for the II I light evenly all the way across than it does to have it. j

home in Miami. the visible spectrum. For information, just I ask any ;
Key West Garden Club purpose of perfecting plans for I There are no alarming dips telephone company, or call' at the Have installed .
will hold a special meeting tomor-i the Flower Show to be held in Cecil Carbonell, who was in.. and zooms in the middle of the you youri
row morning at 10 o'clock thai February, and will be attended by Key West in connection with visible spectrum-just a smooth S.O.UTH
Wwnaa'a: Clubhouse on Division members of the various commit-j negotiations:) for a bus service, even absorption of all the lightwe ,-.r ,
tltrt'et.Thio. te* appointed at the meeting last lefts yesterdayafternoon for Mi- use to see. ',. .UIA.G-! :/.;'"JTeIephone: and :Tel t : General Electric
meeting will be for the week. ai4. '. The Soft-Lite'Lens'just: tone- r ( aLifttop
I I' .. -_ -. down the intensity,'to *' lower .,;., ;r 11.u .. CU< liN'CORPORA. 1 c. .
: 'Jj 111| '
\...f...............a.o.o...... .................. J. II. J Huaft,,,who ,:was connected tevel' . ..a, 'f .. ", 'I .. t ,
with thc FERA in KeyV,
REQUEST MADE FOR SOCIETY ITEMSIt was recently transferred( to DR. J. 'A; VALDES i. . '

Matecumbe\ left yesterday afternoon Orthogon, Soft-Lite Licence ReirigeratoE?
after a short visit at headquarters -I 532' Dunl! Street EH
is the Editress 'fr :
earnestly requested by of the society in Key West. I m I ;

column of The Citizen that Key Westers and winter visitors -

having social affairs during the remainder of the winter .lr -

season kindly communicate with her at 752-J and give her Only :

advance notice of such events. The Citizen is eager to makea 1 1 '"

success of this but it can only be accomplished by your !
aid and cooperation. Thank you. $. / .'1ff"

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YOU CAN'T "KILL" COLDSbut 2 q'.. milk .2 V pis.cream
That's why we I dos! e.ta. l II>. butt
t pact clime 2 can Iran
Roofings and Shingles i hc; 1 bottle caitvp
you may Control them! down 1 bottle cbcrticf; 2 Ib..
name "Carey" has bttou .J Ib* roan l bead
Don't risks with so-called "cold-killers." It's Ittrac I bin cec.eberputs ;
run so easy to .
21 Ib to
in t " bcocfacclcri
upset the stomach and lower body resistance with constant ing satisfaction for : one jour :2 coper..'t.2
internal dosing. For fewer and shorter colds-let Vicks Plan for 60 ,home..- it lemollS.1 mar salad"doac.drcuuif ora.gea. l H>.
Better Control of Colds help you and your family. It is safe years. lard ..left-o 1 ...r co.-
lauierf boctl
and effective. Proved in thousands of clinical tests and in f ,', :2 a.itk freezing tram ((20
actual home use by millions. 'Fine Fishing Tackle Get our low prices 1i ib. caUt-2. of Ice

high quality roofs- $l.O.per.() month until July 1st takesvM"care'o

the right' type for !..
Made ByPflueger t the payment
pose puree. t.f

,>itAo. r, Don't miss the chance to have the
# Yom Hofe and South Bend .
,,>=.t.7', SOUTH FLORIDA CON. A. best of refrigeration at a
v; Pkone 598 White &
FOR EVERY SPECIES OF GAME FISH MY our Home Ii Worthy of the small cost.
To help PREVENT Colds To help SHORTEN a Cold I

-VICKS VA.TRO.NOLVICK VAPORUB I See Our Complete S LineThompson's ; See us regarding this trial plan.

At the first sniffle, sneeze or nasal If a cold has developed, apply I
irritation apply a few drops of VapoRub at bedtime. Its poultice-
:Vicks Va-tro-nol. Its timely use vapor action-all night lonj-gives Hardware StoreCAROLINE The Key West Electric Co.
helps to avoid many annoying colds. soothing relief. Avoids ."dosing. I
(Full details ot this tested Plan in each Vicks package)
STREEET A. F. AYALA, Sales ManagerA


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