The Key West citizen
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048666/00407
 Material Information
Title: The Key West citizen
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: January 18, 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).
 Record Information
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: UF00048666:00407
 Related Items
Preceded by: Inter-ocean (Key West, Fla.)

Full Text


. '
." : ,
... -

Associated Press Day; Wire I 4 1 I Key West, Florida, has the I

I Service. I .-r.i: -', UtI bt 11ep. czt (Citizen: most equable weather in the

For 55 Years Devoted to the country; with an average I

I Best Interests of Key range of only 14 Fahrenheit

Westj _ ___ _ __




Great Surprise Expressed At MATE MUMFORD 'ii' ECONOMIC HIGHLIGHTS TWO CASES TRIED Administrator Stone Enumerates


I Quiet Pace Set By CongressIn i Activities' In Key West Program
SHORT TIMEWILL ;Happenings That Affect'.the. Dinner Pails, Dividend, CRIMINAL COURT

Fiist Weeks Of Session I I Checks and and International Tax Bills of,Problems Every Individual Inseparable; National I During Radio Talk Tuesday ,Night


WATERS TO BOARD WARBLER .........................'........................ WAS FOUND GUILTY ON Gives Detailed OutlineOf

Some Grumbling Has Been''I COAST GUARD NOW OPERATING IN There were no surprises in the may not be as unanimous as in CHARGE OF ASSAULT AND KIDDIE CABARET

president's message to congress.Mr. the past his power is still extra- Past And Future
Among OFFICER PAYS Roosevelt confined his talk ordinarily potent. WILL BE STAGED
Operations PertainingTo
almost exclusively to explainingwhat Also of great interest; was the -
As To Slow Procedure
VISIT TO CITY B. Mum ford, first mate of he hoped to do on behalf,of president's statement on how pub! Two cases were tried in criminal HERE TOMORROW Island City

FollowedBy the Wrecking Tug Warbler plans the needy, the ill, the old, and lie works are to be carried on in I I court this morning. Victor
the unemployed. His new -
to leave Key West and join the program the future. lie said that prefer i Laurie, colored, charged with as- -
dealing as it does with reform .
vessel which is now at work sal-j rather than recovery mightbe ence will be given to projects sault and battery on the person! During hit radio talk from Miami .

BYRON PRICE CAME HERE FOR CONFERENCE vaging the cargo of the Steam termed the second phase of the which use a large amount of direct ! of Phillip Markovitz was found)i iI FOR AFFAIR WHICH Tuesday night Julius F.
((-. .! ll.rran. Tkc A_M rUtr4TrrM. I I.I..r New Deal. labor and which be t
may expected 1 guilty by the jury.
stranded j
Havana which
\"._kUElt B) WITH DEPUTY COLLECTOR ship I WILL BE HELD IN MORNINGAT Stone, Jr., Florida Emergency
The quiet pace set by the new Matanilla Shoal Bahama Banks,1 Briefly described, there are six :. to be self-liquidating Called to the bar for sentence I)

OF CUSTOMS Saturday morning January 5. definite factors to the programhe other words projects where the 'Judge J. Vining Harris lectured)I BAYVIEW PARK ,.Relief Administrator, devoted his
its first weeks has I wishes The ,
during to enact.
congress When the call for assistancewas congress government has a chance of get.: the prisoner and advised him of entire period to a dissertation on

caused much surprise in Washing Among the visitors; to Key West!j received at Key West and the i purpose able-bodied first worker is to,with provide a every job. i ting all or part of its money. back I. the because court's of intention previous good to be character lenient.! Those who are to participate in : the rehabilitation program ia Key

ton, and some grumbling, among Warbler was instructed to pro-' Second, the dole system of reliefis in the course of time. He also; said ,established ,for the, prisoner the"Kiddie ,Cabaret" being ,stag.
this week was Commander F. to be abandoned., relief that projects ,should
ceed to ,the>scene of l the disaster, Third compete as and sentenced hint to'pay a fine ed i tomorrow morning were( announced West.The'
the members. of the unemployed, which is now little as possiblewit.b private enterprise gist'of the broadcast i.
'A'I ) I of $10 and
Nichols,of the I'Coast Guard Mate Mumfordiwas ,ill at his costs of prosecution or .today, by, the recreation
being.carried i>yiihe,Federal -and a legiont of, Industrialists ,
Perhaps this is partly, due.to .a < spend two months in the.-county berewitb; ..i....;
Number C, .at.Fort hcrne1'-on Carolinp street1.andoukl. I ,with a modicum of;state must have heaved a.sigh' jaiL r' .departmeut of the, Key \AVcst A.d-

late of mind. For upward,two .no|. leave with' the v vessel., > aid is to be' transferred to ,local of relief, on hearing that One of minis tration. : "On4g.'t24, 1934 I spoke
arrived for thet' ,of { The ,other case >tried swaa,.that
w no; i purpose Yesterday Manager:.. Charles ,authorities. Fourth all public the greatest fears of the. time i it. of Georgina The show is to be held in.Bay- from Station WIOD on what theJo'lorida'
i Lopez
the .has been living
years capital N.' Goshorn, Com works activities are to be unified i that government will into busi. Emergency Relief Ad-
conferring with G.{ Taylor of the i Porter Dock I go charged with imputing want of view Park, and 'Will begin at 9 a.
in an endless whirl of activity. The pany made arrangements with officials -1' under a new plan. Fifth, the existing -: nes in competition with private 1 a ministration was trying to do in
collector of customs at I chastity. In this case the jury m., rather than 11 o'clock, as'pie- West.
deputy of the U. S. Coast Guard Federal Emergency Relief,,I enterprise, as it has already done Key Tonight through the

last previous congress probably Key West. in SHami, for Mate Mumford toi| Administration is to be gradually:. with power projects. Finally, according -J returned Cases against a verdict John of not Roberts guilty., viously announced. courtesy of Jesse II. Jay general

established record by the breath reach the Warbler and he will displaced by a new emergency : to the president public Jack Miller and John Stone I II i The numbers to be offered, together manager of Station WIOD I
a During the years 1910 and 1911 leave Monday evenirg for :Miami works agency. Sixth and the. works will be planned so that they I charged with larceny were dismissed with those staging:' them,' again have been accorded the
less speed of its legislative actions. Commander Nichols at Key and cmbatk Tuesday morning on most important-old age and unemployment -I may be slowed .down if and when *I follows privilege of speaking on Key
was en motion of the county are as :
the Cutter Pandora to join his insurance are to be, private enterprise is able to take West. This time however, I have
Many of the advance prophecies West and recalled the exciting solicitor who advised the court he Song "Me Minus You"-Jackie been asked to talk not only 'of
vividly vessel at the scene of the wreck.] provided, and a start is to be made up some of the unemploymentslack. believed it would be
waste of
times during the storms of avail- toward perfecting legislation for a Doughtry. plans but of actual results.
pictured the present congress al No exact information is i county money to bring these men
those years, when vessels in the able at the present time as to financially assisting children Sentiment for unemploymentand for trial. Song "Why Do I Dream Those "Six months ago today we be-
; up
going its predecessor one better. harbor were storm tossed and the progress being made by the Warbler mothers and others handicappedby old-age insurance has been The principal witness, owner of. Dreams-Celia Yado. gan work on the interesting
with the salvaging operations, dependency or ill-health growing at a great rate during the Song "Love Thy Neighbor"- sociological experiment of chang.
It be pell-mell performance the lived in fear the alleged stolen property, is in
was to m masters of ships
Mr. Roosevelt outlined these two three The difficulty BobbioStanseL ing the island of West
but it is the opinion of those II ] past or years. the west and would not be able to city Key
from the start. The pycho< of what the elements may have in I I familiar with this type of marine matters, but gave little in the way will arise in the prepara-' attend court and testify. At Song "I'lease"-Doloris Al from an industrial city to a unique

store for vessels and personnel. i disaster that it will be several. of detail. lie said that he would tion of legislation-there are an previous trial in this matter the a varez. tourist resort. Hence, the sub-

logical Lu ld-up was so tremendous The pricipal object of the visit!!I I weeks at least before the entire shortly issue a statement as to almost unlimited number of jury failed to find a verdict anda Duet, "Honeymoon Hotel"- ject of this,address: 'Six Month

that what actually has happened of Commander Nichols was not, ;I cargo will be removed and a their cost-and added that it I schemes to achieve social security. mistrial was declared. Eva Camus and Faye Gwynn. of the New Deal in Key West.'

however to talk of storms of the i['thorough examination of the hull would be well within the credit of t The Federation of Labor, for exi : Charges against Reynold Roig, Piano selection, "March of.-the "When last I spoke here on

thus far appears tame and uninteresting past, but to dicuss, as coordinatorof and engines ,of the Havana can the government. This, of course,t umple. wants the cost of such in- resisting and obstructing an officer Wooden Dolls" John Yates. Key West, my audience was made

by comparison.What the district the question of be made. j jI is a debatable point-no subject surance to be borne by employers were dismissed as were the Songs "Twilight Shadows" and up principally Miamians. This
strict law enforcement throughout II| is more bitterly disputed than how I and government alone-while emI charges against Edwin Carey, "Dianah"Bobbie Lord. evening since many Florida visitors

with plain and fancy oratory the area. !I much drain the treasury: can ployers want a three-sided plan, alias Pompey, assault and bat Acrobatic stunts-Shirley Stan- from all parts of' the country -
the COMMISSION TO 'stand. Irrespective of that, it can under which the worker. the empjoyer sel.
about everything except The visiting official arrived over I tery.. are listening-at least, hope
current issues, three-day recesses, the highway Tuesday and returnedto i I r be safely forecast that congress and government will participate. *" In the matter of the state Songs "Mary Higgans" and that is the case-I think U would

an4 other delays and postponements the Wedne.sday. v::1 :* PASS ON SIGNS!,! wjll enact- the program. .jn. iU eatire'ty. \ Others want government against Sain'.Boom! 'charge\r"with Come AH Y Otf Y utln -'Ladier.:... not bi 'amiss' presfnt,- lir,irtim-
; it took'both the senate'and I While support of the to carry the whole burdensome- selling! liquor without a license, Winifred Smith.Recitation mary form the background of
house a couple of weeks to get j I II I president's ideas by the legisla.I thing that would seem obviously the case was continued. "Dapples Grey" the experiment now going 'on in
down to actual debate on concrete YOUNG SENATOR I tive branch of our government (Continued on Page Three) Jackie Curry. Key West

And PERTAINS TO THOSE TO BE Song, "Stan Fell Alabama"
legislative proposals. even I on
i ---!--- -- ---- Southernmost City
then the debate avoided most of BARRAGE ERECTED IN BEAUTIFICATION PRIZE YELLOW -Olga Ramos.
FACES I "Key West, located at the

the thinking things about.Washington really is PROGRAMAll If r TO DAY'S' EAT HER 1 t, Doughtry.Recitation. "Trees" Jackie southernmost tip of the United

The house took up one of the PRECEDENT FIRERUSH JACK LANDED Song "In the Shadows"-Nei- States ing city, was enjoying once a the bustling blessings, thriv-of

drier appropriation bills. The senate -I velio Sariana.
prosperity to a greater extent
passed by the whole list of signs which are being: con- I I' Temperature t rain in north and central portions; CAUGHT BY VISITOR FROM Songs.! "So Nice" and "I Never than any other city in Florida.

domestic problems and resurrectedthe D. HOLT TERMED "BA templated for erection or hanging; Highest .__......?......- _79 and Saurday, probably occasional KANSAS CITY WILL HAVE *.Had A Chance"-Arguidos"Hold Hand"Ramos.and For the past decaJe it had been
world ; Songs, My
old difpute about the in Key West should be submittedto ' Lowest _.....-......_....__.._..__..69 ; Accent"- steadily slipping further and fur
court. BY" MEMBER, WILL ATTAIN the Fine Arts Commission of Mean ..-_h'"- ....____.___.__74 i SPECIMEN MOUNTED I I "Pardon My Southern ther down the economic ladder.
Too Much 'News' REQUIRED AGE OF THIRTYIN the city, it was pointed out this' Normal Mean .___69 Ruth Roberts."Little Man What Now" By July of last year it reached
Various explanations have morning.An Rainfall | One of the largest yellow jack bottom and could go on no
been offered. One story about JUNE effort is being made to ,increase , Yesterday's Precipitation .0 Ins. -, ever taken in these waters was -Beverly Curry. longer. Key West was a bank-

which members of congress are being the beauty of the island, I Normal Precipitation .05 Ins. i \ : caught yesterday by Bruce Dod- Song. "I Love You"-Fay E. rupt city with over 80 per cent

twitted over the dinner taMe and in this respect considerationand I I ......1... rrrord rarrra :24-hnnr period eon, of 1631 West 59th street, Bervaldi. of its population on relief.

is that congress found it couldn't By HERBERT PLUMMER I, study of signs which are to I I r....." *t M .>lrk Skis Morning I I c..' _....;.{L1Jt Kansas City Mo. .. Song "Baby Take A Bow"Lillian "Permit me to enumerate
compete with the Hauptmann be placed in the city must be!,! Tomorrow's Alutanac 0' \ \ While this kind of fish i is
till Aseuelstrd l I'rr. ) the for
trial in 'New Jersey. and decidedto WASHINGTON. Jan. 17.-Col. made, it is felt. 1 1| Sun rises ___.._. 7:13 a. m.I ;. t ll? -1'1, caught in large numbers in the Re-citation-Joan Doughtry. this briefly decline underlying reasons
hold its fire for a favorable of I The Fine Arts Commission will Sun sets ._ --_---._ 6:03 p. m. -... (/ j i waters around Key West, it is el- Song. "Ear Full of Music"'Rose \ :
Ed. Halsey, the genial"shepherd I \ ." ,
1--- ''' Marie Sands. "The cigar industry which had
moment. the democratic flock in the senate make suggestions, and give final I,i Moon rises _._...-_ 6:14 p. m. '. : dom it is said that one of this
This jocular imputation is repudiated the, approval to the proposed signs, it Moon sets __ 7:12 a. m. : Partly Cloudy I I size }s.caught.; j i Dance-Paula Higgs. furnished employment to upward
by the senators has reserved a seat on I The commission meets i i I -I ; I SOn-De1IaI, ., *e. ..Curry.IN : of 10,000 people was practically
unanimously floor in this congress for ,tl1e"baby" is planned. 'Full Moon 19th .....10:44 a. m. slightly colder I : Considering. it a- -'remdkableII |! .
tonightpextreme ,
and representatives, albeit ofwestfrT" eich-iFriday{ at 3 p.: m., in the Key ,it.",! 'I. ''Tomorrow' Tide .t j and:one ,worthy*'of! keeping wiped 'put.
they are no rtrangers; asa, :class l senator-Rush D.I1olt' .West.-Administration building< P.M.
to the art and artif\' *:' of, publi- i ie u tti J 'A'yfuty 1 Members 1; of the body' are Don,.High' .. .:.:..... '...10:12 A.M. 9:49 ,Jacksonville (te .Florida. StraIt, i I i at K*yl/ Wcst,' Mr.i Dod. rt1'flIaI'Pd. : {I i West'"The as a vital naval from base. West
cIty. :Y. U n.llltlltf) : \t t le\t} ald..Corlejv>architect; Ralph/1 E;! ? 3:58 3:00': Gentle shifting; winds becoming]I i ihe'i If leb with -Taxidermist Cecil ; Removal Key
Low !
: CONTEST f the district, of
A more seriously-urged' suggestion I lad Guan landscape:designer j\Adrian *---" ,moderat, pastor' Southeast' and 1''jCray! wbo..will mount.,,(it'and-chip I I' FERA of <<: headquarters
r 4 Barometer at 8 in., today:
the) U. S. coast
f'-1 Af"h1.t,1r.t
!Ji : guard.
'n i infiltration Baker} ,
with '
J is that. so ,great mi Dornbush, artist;Harry j jI Itlto Kansas City.> " > (
&erqB.ttJ\eJt.siJ.IUttJlotd .mostly overcast- 'tonightand '
level 30.08. .
Sea 'The loss of fright and
of new members. the ''city building inspector!! and :'K. 'I '/ j t"-" a huge
leaders 'anted! !' to size the November 6 elections but \\ho' .. Saturday,probably occasional : ,shipping business.
democratic i Curry Moreno engineer.AMATEUR II PLANE"" !! ANNOUNCEMENT TO BE MADE
Ills senatorial Highest i
extreme will not attain majority 1 Lowest I I light over north "MOTHER "The vital destruction of a
up the situation with care 'June1935. "l1'- !I t1i! t. 1.C"" 10!,:' rain portion.
of 30 nntil ; Station Last Night Yesterday ,
years I 1
before launching on the real business East Gulf: Moderate winds TOMORROW; DEALS WITH i.I large pineapple canning industrybecause
I NIGHT Abilene .- 50 -64 I of a high and unfavorable .
The of threat the session.of stubborn opposi- Despite the fact that Holt, dur- |I Atlanta ___... 46 64 I mostly east and southeast. NOW BEING BUILT S I RECEPTACLE SLOGAN 1! tariff.

sum" methodof ihg the campaign, justified his ; Boston ______ 22 34 I I :I ; "The removal of the sponging
tion to the "lump candidacy upon the grounds that NEXT THURSDAY Buffalo ___ 22 40 Wr.ATHCU CONDITIONS !I : capital from Key West to TarponI
appropriating for surprised I CONSTRUCTING CRAFT TOi '
he believed the senate, composedof Charleston _._ 56 72 !I The winner in the contest for'] Springs.
ofIr.: Roosevelt'sfriends i SHIPS I
some a democratic majority. would I Chicago' 16 28 The disturbance that was over i a suitable slogan to be placed on'i "Reduction of the army coast

and, and nosecountings.It led to several. seat him notwithstanding the fact TO BE PUT ON UNDER DIRECTION Denver _.._____ 20 48 the Lake region moved rapidly I r ALOFT trash receptacles in Key Weft,!I defenses from a regimental postto

ences have been cOnCer'l he will not be able to reach the I Detroit ___ 18 34 eastward being central this morn-I

but the may unusual period age requirement until June 19, OF RECREATION. Galveston 66 74 ing off the north Atlantic coast., .ROCHESTER, England. Jan.' was said.at administration headquarters I "When one considers, in addi-

also coincided with 1935, he may run into difficulty.The AL DEPARTMENTAn Havana 66 Ithas caused snow during the !' 18.-A giant "mother" seaplane today. tion to the above the Florida depression
and the caution court's hints that I<, constitution is plain on the .Huron __ 0 8 last;'34 hours in the northern and capable of carrying a smaller Delay in making the announcement I followed immediately by

some supreme of the legislation passed by !i point. Section 2 of Article 1 states I i Jacksonville -- 64 80 extreme eastern Lake region, upI? plane on its back and releasing it, was due to a number of the world-wide depression, with

too sketchily i:explicitly: I Kansas City 30 44 I per ,0hio Valley and North At-.| in midair, is under construction things, especially the large amount its attendant inroads on the major
the last was amateur night performance I
drawn. congress I[ "No person shall be a senator; !I will be next Thursday nightin 11 KEY WEST --- 69 79 lantlc States, and high winds over] here. It will be tested in June. j of reorganization work and intensified -: industry, fishing, one doesn't haveto
4 Blamed who shall have not attained to the! staged the ,I Little Rock 46 56 the lower Lake region and over]I It is planned to attach a'' activities in the rehabilitation be an economist to realize the

A combination Amendment of various elements -I age of 30 years, and been nine) vision Bayview of the Park recreation under departIment super Los Angeles 46 60 I the north Atlantic coast. Pressure'' heavily-loaded single-motored; program, which have been go.' inevitable and unprecedented'! :l

'easily have caused the years a citizen of the United I of the Key West Admini!-j Louisville -:-- 32 :50; is also low this morning from the t mail .plane to thfupper wing and, ing on for the past few weeks.. hardships visited ,on this quaint:
delay, may but it unquestionably va* States and who shall not, when I tration. it announced today. I Miami 66 80 I norh Pacific States southeastward: fuselage of the monster The. Another factor in the delay was and exotic little islan accentuated that Under : elected be an inhabitant of the was start at 7:15p. Minneapolis __ -4 -4 over'Texas, with a disturbance : smaller "ship" which would be the absence from the city of M. on maps by'a dot and
fact will
the The
the new by Norris amendment state for which he shall be chos- 1 program New Orleans 64 80 over"the Plateau region, and snow] unable to lift its heavy cargo of E. CiLfond, acting administrator. lab lled Key West. ..
'I en." I' New York ___ 32 40 has occurred from Oregon and'i J. Curtis directorof,
this congress was a month behind m.All persons wanting to partici 'I| gas and mail will be released by Gerry ,Petitioned Governor.
the previous schedule before it pate should communicate with the Pensacola __..... 64 ,76. Washington eastward to the Dakotas a special device, after which the"mother" the works division, both'oi'ii) Bi "On July 2 of last year, unableto
even started.! I 1 THOMPSON AND recreation department before noon Pittsburgh ___ 28 54 -and rain in northern Cali-' will return to the hare are judges, along with others. .continue further as political
theressions I who is St. Louis .._ 30( 44 fornial-There: have also been light]I bor. Well per 200 slogans were entered
Under the old arrangement next Tuesday. Any one entities, Monroe County and Key
I Salt Lake City 32 42 scattered rains in portions of Texas of the entrants submitting
authorities this' some
December., the I Postal hope by
began in parly not a professional, and over | West iU 'only city, petitioned
San Francisco 46 56 Arkansas Georgia and north- 15. Most of
t method to increase the cruising as many as
Committees at work during the recess age of 16, will be eligible. Governor Sholtx to take over their _
had enough legislation readyto Prizes will be offered for the Seattle 22 34 western Florida. High pressure! range of the smaller craft by these were received the last dayor affairs. Since the Florida Emergency ;-

insure a prompt starting of the I I three best numbers, it was said. Tampa ___.,, 62 80 areas.over the northern Rockies,I I more than 1,000 miles. two of the contest Relief administration was
Washington 36 46 and Lake region have caused colder
action began Wm. R. Porter and Norberg - the '
machinery. Major most of -
feeding people
f Williston 1--2-1 -4 weather in these sections,!I '. HOLIDAY NOTICE already
before the Christmas holidays and i Thompson who were in Miami MAGNIFICENT ""': the governor requested me to

by mid-January, the legislative i j attend the meeting of the Committee lit beautiful richly grained walnut -- Helena Mont... reporting this a mini-of i Anytime Saturday Night For I! Saturday January- 19, 1935, act, as his agent'and try to do 0;
program usually was well underway ', of One Hundred, arrived t' dining room suites-8, 9 and 10 WEATHER mum temperature morning ,, SUNDAY MORNING Davis' birthday legal something" to restore the spiritual .
Jefferson a
26 below while readings
j'on the morning plane I pieces, price range from $78.10to degrees zero; DELIVERY the State of Florida, and economic happiness these
8 Saturday) are generally above normal holiday
With the new meeting-date aft Other passengers were Leonard $244.00. FREE WITH EACH ( p..fl1p -0-- enjoyed.
will be for people once ,
I Vicinity Partly from the central Plains and West. this bank not open
West and :
er New Year's Day, and a none- Hyner, Edgar Senne Dorothy SUITE sold during this sale a Key FRESH EGGSFulford' business that day. "As a result of an intensive 0{
Edith Tom Con. beautiful wall buffet rqirror. cloudy tonight and Saturday; gen- Gulf States eastward. I on
too-speedy getaway following. Senne Sparks. KENNEDY. Poultry Farm THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK. study of the situation, three
G. S.
I STORE. tle to moderate easterly wind : I [
Messnich Robert FURNITURE
mid-January this almost nors, ,
year sees Continued Page Four
nothing done. Lynch and Arthur Lucas. I janl8-lt Florida: Mostly cloudy tonight > Official in Charge.,' Ph_. 880 I Deliver I.i janiS-it ( on )

-- - ---- -- --- -

'f '

-- -- -
-a------ -- --- - - --

I. : TI"TI"SAGE TI"A i i1c


AUTOMOBILE FATALITIES, ........................ ..................S.S..........S.................
KEY WEST IN Today In History Classified Column Mounted

l'1Itlubt'il Dally Except sunday Dy Figures just released by State Safety I:........................ CECIL CRAYTAXIDERMIST
L. H. AUTMA.N. I'revI leBl. Director Asher Frank show that there was GONE 1535-(400( years ago) Lima, ............._ .........
Prom: Th Citizen Building an 8 per cent increase:; in motor vehicle accidents Happenings Here Just 10 Years I capital of Peru founded by its INSTRUCTION FOR SALE 'I Fin Work-ReaoaabU Prictt:
Corner Greene and Ann 8tr. t. involving drunken drivers during Ago Today A. Taken From Spanish conqueror Francisco' Piz- f : 801 FLEMING- STREET
The File Of The Citizen Key West Florida
arro. Thor.
PIANO Modern methods A FINE TONED three quarters
Only Dally Newspaper In Kt'yVt"lIt and Monroe 1931, making a total of 13 per cent over ;
ough instruction. Reasonablerates. sized violin 717 Simonton .
County. the 5 per cent involved in 1933. 1802-Detroit incorporated a Chas. Roberts Studio, street jan6-3t
nerontl clans matter Tomorrow night Frank II. Ladd, -
jntere at Key West Florida as -
Several interesting.facts town. 613 Margaret\ Street. ,
were broughtto mayor of Key West, will formallyveto TYPEWRITING PAPER 500
light in connection with the annual the ordinance recently pass- 1
report sheets
75c. Artman Press.
Ueuitor .f the A... -late 4 .'.... ed by city council permitting the 1830-Union Theological! Sem- TYPEWRiTINGPAPER
automobile fatalities and accidentsfor : ug7
The Annotated l'res Is exclusively' entitled to use Key West Electric company to operate inary New York City org 'niz'd.
.r utilisation of all news dispatches credited t,, i
re 1> -
193i that has been issued the State
by a bus line in the city. The -- LOST 1
alebthe !
It c.rlt vlntrwls credited In this paper between
11 I've resolved not to eat _ _
local neu published here.st'I11tvPT1oN line experimentally for I L. Federated (
Safety Department. was to run ; 1\ 1871 Germany's .
meals. A tick of \Vrig-i BROWN TIE, with 1933 Class! I)

One Tear _...,.,. .... ..._..._UATKS.....__110 09fcix Ninety per cent of the drunken driverin'oh'ed not three it months would' to learn a success whether', and or I Reich: proclaimed founded. an empire- I ley' Juicy Fruit is just.as good. ,; Pin initials II. L. C. Reward -
Months _. ._.T..__...._ L- -- -- -- 6.fI'i prove and does' not spoil my dinnt'r.l! if returned to Citizen Office.janl82tx'. It
Three Months ..._..... ... .....-.r-- - .- Z.IiO in accident.are being convictedand members of council were to have
One Month _.-._.,.......-_ ....___ .. . .*' acted as judges in the matter. I I Dud. janl8-ltx 1I{1 : 75c
Weekly! .. ".'-..._,.._,.. ,.__'.. .---:-,.. .._........_ .2* court records show that 40 per cent of There citizens who object 1012! -Captain Scott of England _.. Ii i i i1
are reached
and his
them are serving time. companions FEMALE HELP-SALESLADIES BICYCLES
AUVKHT15ING. HATE4IU to this method of trnni< South Pole after a heartbreaking i Package of 500 Sheets
<1 known bit application.M'KIIAI.. -\01ICI3 Accidents are increasing in the rural tation preferring the trolley por-I I journey only to find Amundcen of $15 WEEKLY and your own I' WE: RENT: by the Hour Day or
All reading notices cards of thanks resolutions olrrrpect. sections where drivers and pedestrians do tem now in use.! The Norway had been there a month I dresses FREE for demonstrating Week. Repair all makes and II GOOD BOND
rbltuary notices, etft, will be charged: for attL its entirety will be decided in witnessed by 18lI Frocks.No QUALITY
as I Fashion
previously l latest lovely paint them with Nu-Enamel. We
not have the I I
rate of :o cents a Una.Nollea protection afforded by suffi- i I
/ for entertainments by church: from whirls future, it i is' said. I ter's tent left there. canvassing. No investment. carry a full supply of parts. PAPER
revenue is to be derived are B cents: a line. cient police and traffic signals. The .. I I[ Write fully. Give size and Agent for the Rollfast Bicycles :
The Citizen Is an open forum and Invites discus
Mon of 1m toile Ixsues and subjects of local or genera larger cities in Florida show a decided improvement W. A. Christiansen and wife arrived FINED FOR FALSE CHARGE !i i t color preference. Fashion and sell them as low as $1.00 I
ntrrevt but It will not publish anonymous com muniti the from week. J. 'L. Stowers Music :
: in their accident records for in city yesterday Cincinnati per
< 1934. their home in California coming SAN FRANCISCO-For making Ohio. janl8-ltxj j jI Company. janl8-lmo \i I ARTMANEPRESS
People on the dole should be doleful, by way of New York and the a false:' charge of theft againsta r!I: -
An alarming cause of fatalities is reflected Mallory Line. Mr. Christiansen i is former maid. Mrs. Robert Ir-' FOk RENT I POSITION WANTED j I :

but are not.Anyone. in the increasing number of pedestrians known to his many friends as 't win of this city had to pay $5,000as i!FINE 1----LARGE FURNISHED-- apart WANTS POSITION.1Cook I Citizen Bldg.PHONE .
Chris Kemp. He has been away .
being killed. This is due to the from the city about 18 years I i I damages.it ----,--- I ment. Every room just painted. Butler. Chauffeur, with t I
will recommend a sure cure carelessness of the pedestrian and the While;; in Key West they will 1 ho i was a humdinger from start to !. Living room dining room private family. Reference j 51

for a cold except the doctor. general attitude that the motorist is goingto guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hat- :! finish. The boys played real baseball kitchen lease bedroom, $30.00 and month.bath.Year's Ancelmo, 522 Elizabeth street. i ijan83txi,
trick. Returning to their home it, and the cxcitt'ment'ag main per
give him the right of way. Los: Angeles the visitors will )1... I twined until the last half of th"r.inlh 925 Whitehead street. .. -------.- .
Sir Richard.Paget :gays "human speechis Through the, educational programs accompanied by Mrs. Frank Hayes! l. ___ u_ inning when. the winning: jan7-3t -- .
still in a very primitive condition.". Most\ moher of Mr. ChriMiansen. 'run was scored.by the All CONDENSED STATEMENT CONDITION OF
going ,of in the schools of the state, a !I
married will dissent. cans and the score showed DOOMS ----- ._--- ..THE.FIRST,.NATIONAL.BANK
men considerable reduction has been made in Amfi-j", 1013 Southard I I
,,, I .. ., street.det2 : ,. ,
Two carloads. of Ojus day wen ?lmox 1 i :,: # 'A: OF KEY WESTat
child fatalities in .the vicinity of ithe received ,yesterday for use at thu Tonight the' basketball fans of I t;1;.... ->' .:;; .! the close of business December 31, 1934
Naval conf renccs 'fitii because ft. is schools."' :io': Key West golf ourse. Three other' Key West are expecting a hard! SOUTH 'BEACH, BUNGALOW i II -hFI* :.'' Comptroller' Call ,

hard to arrange matters"so, each"nation It was pointed out by the Safety Did: loads are due to' arrive within th:I fight between the Public Service]1 All 'modern conveniences. H'c ..;. -t?, RESOURCESV.I. .
will be sure of winning the next war. next few days. Some time ago it :, Utility Five and the quintet of|;' Bathing and fishingat 'your ,.4 Loans and Investments .... $ 305,639.43
rector that a revokable driver's license, was discovered that Ojus clay Married Men. This' battle will) be back door. Frank Johnson, Overdrafts _?.__... 11.91
requiring mental, physical and driving made the /best surfacing for tees I principally an offensive on the Colonial Hotel Building. Banking House Furniture *-
and and it decided to Public team in i and Fixtures _.__ 33082.33
A health authority imparts the vital green was part of the Service jan7-tf
tests of each applicant and a state high I
Bonds of States and Possessions
have some of the clay brought to an effort to squelch the Benedicts: I .
information that "nightmare is cured by way patrol to enforce the traffic laws Key West. All of it arrived in and stop them from winning the FOR RENT-Two-story furnished of the United .
finding the seat of the trouble and correct- would be the best means of insuring the cars of the Florida East Coast game which will mean the twen- home three bedrooms, two I States Bonds and Securities 139,370.68Other 74,204.03

ing it." safety of the people in Florida that use the Railway company and transportation tieth consecutive win for the team. ]1 i baths. Apply 817 Fleming; Stock of the Federal Reserve % e -
was free. The greens are aa I I I street. janlO-12tx Bank ,--.._ 6,000.00
streets and highways of the state. smooth as a polished floor and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kesson,!I I Temporary Federal De- ,
When girls of a Nebraska high school lightning fast, it is !said' by those-!! 1404 Petronia street announce the FURNISHED APARTMENT, 5 I posit Insurance fund I .' 1,954,01
who have putted on the course. birth of a son weighing eight I: Rooms and Bath, Laundry Tubs i United States Government -
complained that the class room.* were POTATOES AS FOOD I Obligations direct -
Garage and Telephone. 514 J
-s- pounds this morning Mrs. Kesi-on j i'
the principal made the ridiculous S and fully guar-
chilly, 1 Margaret. jan12
Reports received from the aux I was formerly Miss: Marie Lord. I anteed _.,_$832.744.73
suggestion that they wear more clothes. Except in Ireland, the general use of iliary weather bureau station a< COMPLETELY FURNISHED r Cash and due from Banks 495,168,91 1,321,913.70

the potato covers a period of less than 150 Sand Key show that there wer! ( The Vero Independents, claim- MODERN HOME-Apply 825 I

The $4,000,000,000 asked of Congressby years. In Ireland the potato became a 14 steamships passing that station ants of the state basketball cham- :! Duval Street. jan2tfMISCELLANEOUS I LIABILITIES $1,888,235,79
yesterday and all of them i pionfhip, want a game with the
Roosevelt and to be allocated by him staple article of diet about a century were bound west. Married Men's' team and want to I, Capital .. .. $ 100,000.00

for relief purposes is not a king's ransom earlier and from this fact arises the name I. play here on January 29. The Circulation Surplus and_Undivided.. .. Profits -or-. 100,000.00 55,007.42
but a pauper's ransom from the specter of Irish potato, although its origin appears Well! The great game between proposed visitors want a guarantee II CASH PAID for used furniture. Deposits --r. ._ 1,633,228.37
the All Americans and the Invin of $200 posted before they 1013 Southard street
.to have been in Peru where the natives I
depression.O. '
cibles was played: yesterday and will come for the games. I jan7-lmox $1,888,235.79Landoa&esf
have eaten it from time immemorial.From .

O. McIntyre claims he, used! to play Peru the potato was first carried ,, 'r . y .. .. ........-... ". .f"\. ......J'W.\. ..."...::1i...,..,..., ...............-- -..'.-' ..,I... .... : #0 I.
with a kid who liked castor oil. Well, to Spain by early Spanish explorers of the f.'J ; ..: ,. .
here in Key West we know a man who actually New World and thence into Italy, but it

smacks his lips after swallowing cod I was merely looked upon as a curiosity -. I '. '.-- ... ..
liver oil. There is no accounting for tastes.In and as such was seen in the botanical l gardens ,r '. ;),t.. I

of Europe for two centuries or more ,- ;'"

New Orleans a debate was held between before its adoption for food purposes be- :p.fY .,. .\ 1y

two college groups on the question: came general. ,
"Resolved: that honesty is the best policy." Sir Walter Raleigh is said to have \ .. 1.":

And as might have been expectel in New been the firM; to cultivate the potato in 1 : :1 :'

Orleans these days: the negative won.- Ireland, about 1592. At first it was used

Sal.ford Herald. for feeding hogs, but little by little experi- _
J .
ments were made to demonstrate that it :, '

Speaker Byrns is giving promise of be- was not harmful to human beings, so thatit )6.: ,- .r.. ..I ,
,.I '., ' .
coming one of the country's greatest very. gradually came into use for food, -! -
I "1
speakers. lIe is establishing a reputation particularly during periods of faminine.It : .

as a sound thinker and will do all in his was not until about 1750 that the ?PZiZ ,
,, ,,
power to block fantastic legislative potato gained a permanent foothold in

schemes. I England and on the continent of Europe, i

and it was cplti\'atedJ but little in AmericaS
...... -
Salt )pos>cA the/ power to absorf. .before that time. .. .io.

water and actually go wt i tol: solution-fh The spread of potato culture wjisfo6d )r.HHIO>>l'i t 'f.4(; +> 6 I l

Jcatf } .ccefcratcd IJ\ the ..., .... : .
chemistry: it is firflelijuesbtMc/A'! | rt''Atl, ' j t'... ., : .1."t-: '- ; : jji i
Florida) University "studdnt'1, 'infornrea' '.**nsr t 1 Igth Naijql l I44of4 t <; writhe. :I. earl Y )13 'I.no 'tMCf: Uf ti'" yW ; I

the other day ,that.if ,r..1blespo'Q1fft\\'i( I*ifirt1l>f the nineteenth century since whiih. t'IMO:; f 'PI 3WC r I do believe'

of salt were taken into the System wftmn Jnl"'it. use has steadily. ,inc; rased.',-, : eff .; ..H't f t .

a comparatively short time, it would absorb _ri j_ .jj., . i .. . ...... ea.

all the water in the system and cause FOIBLES OF THE GREAT
death. :1 : Ii/tryone

Nothing is quite so mysterious as the r,," i

Whatever sentiment exists for such working of the human mind. A study'of II

proposals aa unemployment insurance the men classed as geniuses generally shows

30-hcur week, the bonus, and the original them to be a little "cracked" in certain

Wagner Labor Disputes hill, is of the inspired respects. Sometimes their peculiaritieshave

uiety-built up by professional been harmless in other cases they ', "

reformers and propagandists at a price. have led to positive insanity. A few ex- r

The degree of success each of these will I amples will illustrate:

attain defends upon how much heat is Napoleon was afraid of a cat; Peter 4r

turned on from the top in the direction of the Great was afraid to cross a bridge;

making it appear that opponents are Martin Luther imagined that the devil 1 appeared -

legislative slackers and enemies of the to him and he threw his ink bottleat \

common welfare. . ." the, fiend; Samuel Johnson, Beethovenand
Lincoln at times contemplated suicide. a.

Approving the slogan suggestel by Among the ridiculous antics of great

the Tampa Tribune for Tampans,:.;"Work. men may be mentioned the occasional

happily wisely and above all, together," habit of Cardinal Richelieu to gallop

The Key West Citizen gives this stern I around a billiard table imagining himselfto 7;

principle to the world as a precept for I be a horse. Adam Smith the great .... . '. ...: _'.' .: c
; '
1' ,
< .
walked 12 miles to church \ .t If.- { .
1935 : "Shun delights and live laborious economist once, ( 1 "
days." What's a poor fellow to do who clad only. in his nightshirt. Bentham, the t

has such simple tastes as to delight in philosopher went bareheaded in winter ztf;:- +:iAey 01Je'p; SO"l'na. THEY'RE MIlDERoni.hcorthcmsUf

work and an occasional trip to Key West? and wore heavy leather gloves in summer. X

-Miart') Daily News. Call up the shadesof :Many\ men of genius have been shockinglylax ; "
:Milton\ or read his monody of Lycidas. in morals as measured by unusual . THEY TASTE BETTER ,
That's where we got this, to1..'\, wholesome standards.All :, '. ",

advice but several Florida editors this does not mean, however that ,I : "
.. .
: iQ :
don't like it and prefer the joys of dolce I being a little nutty is an infallible sign of. 1 ,-;:;; --'. ; ".
'.'.... ',
far.nieute. genius. ' tqg 1's MIia$. ias f j v.,
.. ;. -






. -

...ee.eee.e..e..e.ee..e Economic ....e.ee.eeee........a..

Today's -Highlights Today's Birthdavs

I (Continued from Page One)
Anniversaries impossible in these days of distorted Ie...ee.e.....a.e.ese...

6 VICTOR BRIDGES t budgets. Thomas A. Bockner, president
SPORTS ..eee.e.eee..eee........
of the New York Life Insorance

1779-Peter 31. Roget Englishphysidnauthor So much fo-;relief and reform. Co., born at Bloomingdalc] 111., 70
SV.VOrS/S; Mrftota Trench suddenly on his bee), set off at a Next be
of the notable to considered is .
tclf' kit pals Molly O'Hritn. Jerry congress'own years ago.Myron
J/crrfauat and JMHV( far, AIt"4I shambling ran In the direction of "Thesaurus of English Words,"I program, as measured by the
pone fo llavilrutfi' oa Jtrrji the house.
'Jilt j/arkt to Ira to,Itant *OM "He's gone to get his gun. For born Died Sept 17, 1869. statements and campaign platforms C._ Taylor of New Yoric

.thittg abort come mouths A rsia.laq before fonnKfa.taint ''from31oty. God's cake . ." of various members.It U. S. Steel head, born at Lyons

,.Tke (Ate( uaa Jokes Otbone. Mrs.Uowlland'g frantic:appeal was - ,-.- u__ 1782-Daniel Webster, states- is certain that the bonus will N. Y.. 61 years ago.

out DIW04juat.beore& Mad spent a mOUJA b tea at Ilrm-Mr- cut abort by a shout from behind j jI I man and orator, Massachusetts be passed- and it is almost equally -

rfrrr.t *Peter, flJ a OrloS.tv trying nniervptKuttia to ft*d:;tLeormrta. "What: the dickens-here, come UL// ROAMING THE I DIAMONDBALL BILLIARD GAMES I lawyer, congressman senator, certain that the president will George M. Putnam ofe.w

.ifh"'" 'j', tcortlt witltoaa. m-! presidential candidate Secretary veto it. as he did last year, and as Hampshire, farmer and farm leader -

i\ldk was; <:.!pt'o'i Osborne ratios boantaltcJkra the vo- Racing Into the yard. Jerry % LOCAL GREENS I GAME TONIGHT VERY EXCITINGMCCARTHY of State born at Franklin, N. II. Harding. Coolidge ard Hoover did born at Hopkinton N. II., 71

Jkrr" Anttamt.{urlouilu' angry George by th3 collar, and releasing Died at Marshfield Mass., Oct. before him. But now there is a years ago.

appran. a his hold the litter allowed himselfto I 24, 1852. difference-where, in the past,

be pulled backwards. With! blood the two-thirds majority necessary!
Chapter Dr. William T. Fester of Boston
Jw :1 streaming from his shoulder the GRAVY The diamondball I I to bill the -
I (By ) game tonight AND UBIETA WIN 1813-George R. Graham, noted pass a over veto could economist-director of the Pcl-
DOGFIGHT"uilf0 other dog retreated snarlingly { Well boys the great golf matchwas at Bayview I'ark will bring together Philadelphia | not be summoned on behalf of the
against the wall I the OVER STICKNEY AND editor-publisher I bonus most observers think lak Foundation born there 56
?: '*' well played by everyone except Adams and Lopez tens. of his it will
are 'you. Gowlland demanded "You got here Just in time," 1 said, I day, there. Died July I years ago.Judge .
I the losers! And, man, are This game will start promptlyat 1894. be at this session.
"and what tbe blares "at least George did. It he hadn'tthat SANCHEZ ,
i they sick? However, they claim 7 oclock on account of the I I Inflation will likewise have its
d'you want here?" brute would have chewed me topulp. Charles F. Parsons associate
that the next meeting is gonna be basketball game that is to be day in court. There will be efforts -
I looked him up and down with ." different and thenIt played at the High School gym 1850-Seth Low, New York t I to further devalue the dollar justice of the Supreme
Still keeping his grip on the col. In City merchant, president of Co- of Hawaii born at Man-
Intentional deliberation."I seems that Captain Kirschen- between Homestead and Monroe the most exciting and sensational I and to turn the printing Court ,
wanted milk" I said lar. Jerry glanced Inquiringly from I I lumbia University, mayor, born in 1 kato Minn., 63
some "a years ago.
to the other of baum (the man employed by the County High School fh'e.This game of the Billiard Tournament r presses loose making money. A
one us."What's
Brooklyn. Died 17 1916.
pint, to be strictly accurate"I it all about?" he demand r golf course authorities to keep all will give the fans a chance Sept. very large house bloc will support I,
I "Well.you'ye got It, haven't you!" ed. I the branches of the trees along to witness both sports.up I I and probably one of the i I this-but the chances are that the H. Percival Dodge, retired-dip

(H. pointed toward"the gate.ow ":\Ir. Cowhand doesn't like my ap the left-hand side of No. 5 clippedyou best played in this city in a longtime 1854-Thomas A. Watson, collaborator -I president who apparently is.:. lomat born in Boston 65 yearsago.
ttear off. blast you! !I with Alexander Graham
ask him someday) teamedup sand-spurs, chopping: wood or to further I .
I "lie set Fido strongly opposed
pearance. explained. any
I I could feel my temper beginning I McCarthy and Ubieta won Bell in the making of the first
to on me.and now's be cone o2 to fetcha with S. of P. I. (school boss to maybe looking for his ball on I devaluation of outs money at this
"Look here" 1 said!, "ycu o'l telephone in Boston, 1876 bornat
keep a civil tongue)In your head gun." you) Melvin Russell and together 18. over Stickney and A. Sanchez last I Salem Mass Died at St. Petersburg time, will be able to stop action. I II Thomas F.. Carrrpbell of Phoenix,

when you're speaking to me." "Oh. dca'l clop here-don't waste they defeated "Lawyer" Curry night to jump into the lead of the Fla., Dec. 13 1934. I The "tax-the-rich" advocates are I Ariz., onetime governor and ex-
Tom. Tom," broke In his wife time talking.: Go quick, all of you. Harris and Eddie Strunk of pine Strunk says he only shot a .38. I I also going to do much talking.I II president of the U S. Civil Service

piteously, "what's the good ." before he comes back. boards fame. The score being 2 And lost. Excuse me, that was classic. ,, Terrific higher-income and inheritance Commission born at Prescott,
1856 Willis L. Moore meteorologist -
Ha.turned 'on her with 'a scowl cf 1 looked down at the halt distraught I to 1 which was made by "Papa"Melvin Wednesday when his opponent and Stickney and Sanchez led in 11 -, chief of the U. S. Weather taxes will be demanded along Ariz., 57 years ago.

fury.."Shut your mouth" he roared.: clutched woman by the who sleeve.had"We again can't on No. 18. A bird flew by scorekeeper was also named of the 13 innings played. At the Bureau from 1895 to 1913,I j with heavier corporation and "ex-
"1 heard what he said to A roe and told the writer that the last Strunk. Yesterday!' it was 45 and ,(cess profits" levies. Best opinion Alan A. Milne celebrated Eng-
you. leave! you alone with a homicidal end of the eleventh, they were J born at Scranton, Pa. Died at
the six inches and something else. Nevertheless, he thinks, howevet, that the presi- lish author born 53
passed can
friend of Osborno's.-la! Tie! Well, I'll : ," I'objedeil.' putt Pasadena Cal.. Dec. 18, 1927. years ago.
around and will be the leading: by 25 points, 86 to 61. In f dent will to these desires
1t f1A.! i !*_ '1t'! _OH!' 4UTr4c then the ball turned City Champion by put a period
saw "Pro" Kirschy breaking into July, 1936. Joe Lopez Bob the 12th, Stickney made five needed eight points to cinch the that he has gone as far as Olga Nethersole, famed English

r tears and giving vent to the wrath Spottswood, George Dodge and points McCarthy\ nine and San-I'game'. f he wants to' go''in burdening capitaL actress, born 65 years ago.

votja*. .. aeyttOtd,1e gett7 'ydl of-well,, as only he can give it. other golfers notwithstanding. chez played safe; Ubieta made i I :Fully 200 persons watched this

j ; .fix J a'1lif'rt rtt) So-,!-the, ball turns ,around! ,and nine points so! at the end'of'the game. I r This is,the \vay.mattrs stood as they were last fission, that Mr.

l' r'ir' "finst gallops down the hole for a.win!!! One big loss that was noticedon McCarthy had high run with congress opened-;.and ,newspaper, Roosevelt will have a somewhat
"Curly-locks" Josie Lopez and the golf course was "Profes' 12th the score stood 91 to 78; 14. readers are going'to get a big I harder' time maintaining:! his control -

Paul "Cookie" Mesa said before sor" Berlin Sawyer's usual broad- In the 13th, Stickney: made In the second game, M. Sanchez money's worth during the next But, with the possible ex-

the game, "If we are gonna beat cast. However he is going to three points McCarthy shot 14 and Valdes defeated Orta and few months. It is safe to say that ception of the bonus, it i it also safe

His Honor and Samuella Goldsmithwe make up for it at the dinner. Some points Sanchez made four points Ortega by a 100 to 73 score. High both branches of congress will be] to predict that he Mill get his way

: have to practice a bit. Now, of these times a match between and Ubieta came across with the I run was made by Sanchez with 15. somewhat more independent than in the end.

boys, that is just what they did! "Pious" Wille and Berlin is goingto '.' -- '
-- -
The score? We hate to tell you take place. Berlin to chin :a I -

but Josie.and Cookie are going to lot and Willie is gonna wait to

eat until all the food is gone came shoot until Berlin hangs up. Boy,

:. .? its all free and Bill Malone and a even Eddie Strunk is going to 3

certain weather observer are going play faster than that two-some.

to pay for Fame. Incidentally, RMS

ll r+ Joe and Paul got three scores. Old "Mud Horse" Bob Stowershas IREUABLE'F

: Sam and the Mayor got a great too much arthritis or something |

1 r.I big 0.Along. to play these days. The sun

a comes "Pious" Willie would have done him a lot more

Watkins and his boss Sam Harris good than listening to a lot of
(the man who sorts all the post
I radios.

; 3'q Pittman cards) and(who made always three has scores.and gives Tim punk Who Offer Their Customers Service and Satisfaction S

The Sheriff couldn't play.
the number) and Lio-
you wrong
tI nel (Lighthouse) Plummer got a Somebody said he had to practiceup '.......1e.eeee....ee.....e.eeeeee.e.eeeeeeee.e511eeee51e1eee1eeSSe1.Ie. ....e1........ee...eeS..e
to go on a combination bicycleride
big goose egg (skunks! to you. Pan-
s and wiener roast. Don't know DELICIOUS S
A .a.. Y sy). Willie said he was off his which one he was practicing on. PLANTS, FLOWERS, i' BET H E L S SWEET CLOVER
game or he and Sammie would I CAKES and PASTRIES.
have won by 14 scores even if CONDENSED MILK
there ain't. but 3 to bo had. Even "Spotts-sy," "Brooksie" and S : e AUTO SERVICE
"Wimpy" Jones! must have had a Cocoanut Plants each 15. : ASK FOR IT AT YOUR
A bristling mass of fury launched itself towards me. Gene Sarazen, Olin Dutra, Bobby : CARS WASHED ;
Jones and Walter Hagen playing lot of important business. .they Hibiscus: Plants, each 10 -25. NEIGHBORHOOD STORE
teach him to show his dirty face "He won't hurt me. Go-go. 1 implore never did arrive on the scene. Of CARS POLISHEDGOOD
make three. I'
can't but
here." you.: It's the only thing that together course "Handsome" Horace Bougainvillea, Red or Par- ; GULF GASOLINE Same ,quality and weight M

He spun round unsteadily, and ,will stop murder." But Willie. says when he's good, O'Bryant vas busy.:! pie] _",..-. 50., to $1.00 : ,t a TOP SERVICE 2 other higher priced condensed

lurching across< the yard. began to From somewhere close at hand he's good.It S Poinsettia Plants, SOe to $1.00 ; : BATTERY SERVICE: : milk.
fumble at the door ot one of tbe came the bang of a door. *
Do you want to know how Wil? Croton!! each 25e a GULF SERVICE WITH A
'beds.Mrs.. "Sounds sensible to me" observed seems that when the scores DISTRIBUTED BY_
lie Watkins became to be SMILE!
Turks each 25.
Con'Hand made an imploringgesture. Jerry. "He'd probably shoot George are added up Capt. Kirschenbaumhas "Pious" Willie? Items! that Cap : ;

"Oo-&go at once" she and then there'd certainly be a msa- two; Capt. Harris has seven. Willie was playing in a very tnlka. Roses dozen, --__,",._ $1.20 J Oar Ready-to-Serve Cake "' o-' TRUJILLO BROTHERS
gasped. "He's I letting out the dog. sacre. Any objection to beating itT' I and Pastries always fresh! ;
; You know, before the game Capt. tive foursome and while trying to ; are GIVE us A TRIAL WHOLESALE GROCERY
said. :
"None. I
and it will kill I If It finds ,
you you
Le re." And without further ado we bolted Harris says. "The game is over- make a drive the chatter kept up. i South Florida Nursery '. Maloney & Peacock :Cor. Fleming and GrinneD Sit. :
I II we won. Kirschy says "Yeah? Finally Willie "You guy PHONE 91 Diviaioa a.J Thomas Street
the says :
Whether 1 should have followedher ingloriously through aate. Phone 597 Catherine St. J PHONE 818 ,
Well, it weren't no Yeah? would even talk when} a fellow i is .
advice or not I can't say; in any I LAY on my back, gazing np at the l trying to say his prayers." Since .....e..SSSSe..1...e......SeeSeseeeIIee..se..eSe...eSeee..eeseeSe...ee,............... .e..e
case It was too !late.: There was the -
rattle of a chain from Inide the glass skylight, against which the Will someone please ask Kirschyif then Willie is "pious" to a lot of SELECT SEA FOODS : : HAPPY DAYS
rain was still fitfully driving. ARE HERS
abed and with a menacing growl I tbe he was killing snakes, digging players.!! PLUMBING :
I "There's one thing dead certain." Jewfuh. Ib*. -.W. _. .. .... 3Se ; INSURANCE -
huge rough-coated brute that 1 had! , :
I repeated "the man's as mad as a ----- ..: .
seen crouching on the bask that ; Yellowtail Steak 2 lbs. 35e 5 ; : .
hatter. What's more, if I'm any Yellowtail Bane 2 Ik.. 25c. .
morning bounded: "At 'im. boy! Get your teeth into Judge: he's on the verge of D.T. \ Groaper 2 Ibi. ....-....... 25c J DURO PUMPS ; Office 319 Dural Street :
Jerry picked his pot of beer ; ..:
the. ." up Snapper, 2 Ib*. 25cM.U. C
Swift as light a bristling mass ot from the cabin floor, and took a long Have you installed your .. FUfc. ,.2 iu. 2SeI PLUMBING, SUPPLIES : :
gulp. "Pleasant for his wife! Good CI TELEPHONE NO. t
black fury launched Itself towards t
locking too. in her way; bit of the SALTED MULLET ROE 1, .
r. ;
I back, and I did t C
me. sprang ; as so.
something silent and yellow flashed gipsy about her. I should think,," general tinE1J, t :; Large Select Oysters i : PHONE 345JOHNC.PARR ,;i: "fl'. I, : .. .
nondel made M
"l what her-na'rry! -T Try Your aU At: ,
past me from benlrftt, 4t cannot i M CAPT. TOM'S PRODUCTS :,, : : .
hl:h. U qld. Ie's 014 enougb.tfcbePerhaps . ; ;.J ?' l .r t. t.
j full Into assail 1 1r.
\ i&'nijd a$4d
my '
? gi '
h r'lflI: r. a' : "-'Vi ; : Delmoruco> Restaurant
Mack.r.FREE .I' ' -' :
tbe next moment. midst an car ) Kinffiah I "

log splitting bodies clamor were,lockedta two frantic: a xjrith-and then." it'sryonly he quite didn't l lately soak( that i_muctt.the<<\ .: .. Lift.-to-p' ", !'' l"1'1) ", "";, ., -. -'- PROMPT DELIVERY'*. ::1'' PORTER-ALLEN-, . d 1 : .....IM.. Beer ".--.....- J.

death battle. ,*, 11ft? pli/sj hu gone to pieces Hie.lbaVLak : ': ",.<* a V JRefrigerator -*- "-"< ,>, t. "t. : t>,i:* Six;.ComrM, Dinner*, .........
A foul oath burst from Gowlland I : imgl was everything ... ... .. ,
"'" ( ? ; 328 ': \ : ? 50e. ,7Sc. _ai ". .
lips, and stooping down be snatched as smart as paint""Well , << Vf, -r PHONE 151 oee 'ST. '

up the broken handle of a pitchfork. there must be some reason ..: ....... .e4e.e....... ..................aeei. ..............................................
for It." broke In Molly. "I believe e
Before he could properly straighten: Nick was right In what he I Our Reputation is Wrap *
suggested AARON McCONNELL : i ..
himself however I had leaped for. IT WILL SURPRISE YOU Attention Housewives!

ward and gripped him by the wrist. yesterday. ** I ped in very package 2 536 FIe_;toi Street ; :
"You mean about Osborne!
Only '< To the PRETTY GIFTS
see ,
"Xo. yob don't, ducky 1 said.WG :> ' c. :
She nodded. "I've been thinking It /iU\ and NOVELTIES
: over! the whole morning. Of course. r 01 : JTHOMPSON'S We are now offering 3
swayed to and fro straining 'I
struggling till with a savage I haven't seen Mrs. Cowhand but Itfibe' n. : FREE grades of
as pretty as you say It all fits
: ' Watch 1 E> :
wrench I tore the weapon from PRINTING :
together nicely. I expect she was
his hands. At the same instant his D-t.a. : : AMERICAN COFFEE
0$1'I .
frightfully poor and married Gowl-
foot slipped anJ losing his balancehe land because be had a farm. As soon I't DONE, BY US ; 1111 \ ; 324 Margaret Street : .
sat down heavily the mud. .. : '
Things that your friends will
as she found herself shut up In that I" ; -
A little breathlessly I turned to 19 -THEWATCHMAKER Come in and
appreciate. *
dismal place with a man who was JEWELEft : see
see how matters were progressing twice her age I imagine she beganto All THIS FOOD! AND ENGRAVER :them. {
elsewhere. I had Just time to observe 2SC, 20c and 15c Ib.v .
feel a bit sorry. -et'.i mOi 2 S MS.cream ARTMAN PRESS Your next Lobster Crab Din- :
that George was on top his teeth 1 dui ears e l Ib. butter See Him For Your Next Work ;
"It might ba mighty! lonesome
burled In his enemy's shoulder, 11> _cawrM 2 cam trait :ner will be much more delicious
here In winter time and you can't iucc 1 bottle catlap ; ALL PRICES REDUCED : STAR COFFEE MILLS
: if it is baked and
served in
when with another and equally unIprinUble butil dlenies. 2 lbs.ou : our
observation! my own adversary get much company: cat: of cows and down .I... e J ibs.toast 1 bead Citizen. BId c. : Hovrit 9 t. 12-1 to 6 : Giant Scallop or Heart Sea '
pigs.! As I see it. tho poor thing musttove lettuce, 1 bi. cucumber 512'Gr ceDe"St ,Phone 256
struggled to his feet. 2 Ibs. buacb PHONE :Sheila -
in toir toct l 51
had a pretty; dreary time and puts one your Z Ope. Saturday Nifhte .

pleasantly."Better leave"You',ar.ara Rapere.r ckzeo otaof. l Ib.2 ....eee..e.e..e.e.eee...................I....ee.................'........C.CJ.....................e.1C

stiff!, who should come along but lard a 3ete-oeer con.tram .
you try to Interfere. Osborne." I Ci:. rater 'bottle DINE AT THE : ;
| For a second fce 'stood facing me I :2.juitH f.ct-iPt! ua,. 120 -READPRITCHARD: I SERVE THE .POPULAR
(CopN taht. 1JJJ. Pen Pulhiktoy Co.) ice ccbes-2 Ib*. of teal ;
,a glare bt murderous hatred In his PLAZA RESTAURANT I
'halt iDi&ne then he took apace Tomorrow, the group makes another THE KEY WEST i DESSERTRoyal
backward ""3.,winging roundToday's GC'llA attempt.* to Interview Mr.. $1.00 per month until July 1st takes' : FUNERAL HOME ;

..--:.}.: -- ---.---- -- care of the payment If y ar. aeeauL a..d I. : SUNDAY STAR : : _Palm Ice Cream tC

1 diaieg at home you will find : : Dignified Sympatli.tle : Aa.I NenlaJ..

;; HoroscopeHere : 1 I WEIGHS TEN POUNDS Don't miss the chance to have the THE PLAZA a novel and u- e : ..rt *y. BARBECUES' all luedejoyabl.

.speri..c. iSttDSCTlption $2 PcT YtttTWel' : :
SMUTII CENTER Kan. best of refrigeration at .
........................1.1I| -A a Toatled Saadvdelp
I| calf born en the farm of Lawson .. LICENSED EILBAI tEiL tetu .
small iCe
is a life of success, if cost. BREAKFAST : y Onl/ Sunday : :
Vier!, near this:! city, weighed only COLD BEER
there i is a proper leading. It maybe I' LUNCHEON : Paper : t
10 pounds but was otherwise nor- See us regarding this trial plan. A..Ia... sms..
lost in absorbed -
contemplation or I
in ambition.; With educationand mal. SUPPER :; Buaine Office Citizen : i BOB'S BARBECUE

the right life, there is great! The Key West'lectric Co. ..:, PLAZA RESTAURANT Building :: LADY ATTENDANT Wait I .t Ifwtm SttMtC
strength; without it only mediocre: Harvard university astronomersin !

ability due principally to lack of taking a new count of the starsin SOS DaY Street PHONE51. :Pkomo 548 N.....,Slims .tfcSorrIc. .
definiteness of action the universe have discovered A. F. AYALA, Sales Manager 4i

ab $rJb..fo.Thrs Citizen, I mug 125,000 i ij only new: one-third galaxies complete and' their I: 'jI,1'1111'.6.it.l.l.lI.l.l.l ,;;," "A %ilel #/

.. -'


t I, I

I a f < -$; rt -= .r ,; :.w >* ,icL. ."'. _" _'_-, t ,, > .. .. ....t .. -. '-, "" Y-, : ::



; ':. ;'. "9 :'.s.. ."'c.: ..;: :..' ... ': .t


................................................. r '

Enumerates ActivitiesIn
:-: SOCIETY : : NEW YORK-Mrs. Jane Gral- : JANUARY
Ian of this city was arrested for !: CLEARANCE SALE ,

Nina de Lisa Leslie, Editress (Continued from Page One) ; bigamy two dys after she married i: e

avenues of approach remained BUSINESS LOCATED COLO- her huaDand's brother. THEAHUBMen's ,
of the most successful'sales
'PHONE 752-J inventory prices onmen's I:

.................e.......eeSSSSSSSSSSSSSSISSSSSSSS open."1. Continue the city on the NIAL HOTEL ON DU. in the history of The Hub Storeis clothing will prevail for one cteck. ;,

Key West Winter Colony Much dole."2. Cut off relief entirelyand VAL STREET far now and in near progress.have been Persons attracted from more exclusive week men's at J.shop.G. Kantor's Inc!I 666 6 6 6 COLDSand :: MEN'S Department SUITS ::

thereby force the evacuationof .by>the bargains in the January, These are exceptional bargains :
Delighted With Sojourn HereKey the city. Clearance Sale states William FEVER :' One button "Hollywood :a.
Mrs R. A. Bissell and Mrs. and should attract every man and i f .
"" Mendell, of the store. :
3. Provide a new industryfor manager I : Models our ,
boy in the community Mr. Kan- Liqai4. Tablet :
Elisabeth Faber have this week lint 4a7
West: has now a sizable] The golf course at the Country -I Key West-a cash industry,1 In,today's! issue there is: another tor states. I l I Sal.. ..N.,.Dr.,, HEADACHES : $19.75 Suits atS13.87 e.
winter colony, members of whichare Club is frequented daily by converting the city into a' opened The Kitting Shop in the !assemblage of good buys in both I A glance at today's advertise- Btiante I ., S,
in 30 .
enjoying an escape from the where twosomes and foursome unique tourist resort. I Colonial Hotel Building on Duval :the !ladies' and men's department.'flow : ment shows men's suits selling at I :

rigors of a northern season. Theyare rather lazily follow the little "The lost method was adopted. street : long this sale would last, Mr.I I about half of what they did at ,

basking in the tropical atmosphere white ball about, the while they All the tools were at hand. Key' This new business offers some Mepdell would not state, but ad- the opening of the season. All are :: MEN'S.. .SUITS

of this lovely southern- mentally .condole with their un West enjoys the most equable climate thing novel to Key Westers and vises everyone to take advantageof ,new and nationally advertised mer I, ,SPECIALS FOR I.: Consisting /oM Sports :
most city in the country, and all fortunate northern friends who of any city of the United, the prices now. chandise. .
are loud in their praises of the are plowing through snowdriftswith States. In Key West the tropics visitors to this city. Yawn for Mr. Mendell and, Carlos Rios of I Discontinued numbers in fine:I FRIDAYMdTSATURDAY : and Conservatives, on

many things offered here such as blue noses and numbed fin really begin and the city has I knitting and crocheting is on sale the men's department left over the shirts are marked to go at great :. sale at
the excellent fishing unsurpassed I gers. never known a frost. It has an I in a large variety of colors. Mrs. East 'Coast yeserday for Miami savings. Beacon and Peter's Shoes',
bathing and swimming and not In the evenings there are social atmosphere more Spanish than I Faber who is an expert in this I I where they will meet a representative are marked for clearance to make MONROE MEAT SMEN'S
leastly, events on the social calen gatherings formal and informal American. 'It is surrounded by of the Hart, Schaffner and room for the Spring stock. :
I work, is _giving instructions to SUITS :
dinners, teas bridge-parties, cock- gulf and ocean water clear and Marx Clohing Company for the MARKET
dar.Without exception, they express tail-parties and all the other calm because it is broken by the I anyone who desires to make art- purpose of selecting The Hub's BEARUP'S DRY CLEANING : Made of the finest Wor

themselves as being delighted with things which make up gracious Florida reef before it comes to I icles such as dresses, sports wear, Spring line. They will return the WORKS. 514 MARGARET ST. : steds and Serges; exceptionally :
the combination of complete day- graceful modern living. shore. It offers the finest fishing' beach bags, bathing suits sweat. early part of next week.RICHARDSON PHONE 152-M.? dec20 I Fresh Killed Pork S well tailored :

time informality and night social Nor is there a lack of grand af grounds in the world. I ers, bags, etc., from the yawn.A I
life which they find here. fairs. There was, of course, the "Our organization began to' large variety of ready made HAS Subscribe to The Citizen. I Hens and Fryers ; for our January :

Every day there are beach par magnificent New Year's Eve Ball function on July 15, 1934-just dresses and other items made by It Lamb : sale
ties where luncheons arc served I I at Casa Marina, and now, almoston : six months ago. While our job ia' Madame Byrdana are on displayat BENJAMIN LOPEZ Spring ,

in the picnic manner under a''' its heels, comes the Presidential not nearly completed we have accomplished -I the shop. These are manufac- MANYBARGAINS: FUNERAL HOME I Heavy Western Steer S17.97 ,

warmly benevolent sun, with green Birthday Ball in another weekor a great deal in that tured from yawn brought from Established 49 Ycart
coconut palms forming a peaceful two* Weekly usually, there is limited time. I Persia and made up in MadamgByrdana's I II II I Key We."'. Oldest I Meat MEN'S SHOES :

and beautiful background. a Country Club.dance.and all in "The first thing Key West exclusive designs. They 1 yMany thrifty housewives are I, < -hoar Afcibnknc>> S rvc. : Blacks, Tans and :

Every day there are fishing alI, no \ e.c.\1'fl.rf! *]lairnfr that needed was a thorough cleaning'I are knitted in her studio at Cuya taking advantage! of the, grocery, )2 j LJe.wid Embalmer .. Phone 411 Free Delivery ,-T.U)i Sports ,
parties coming in with good there is nothing keep choir days up. &&Thy we proceeded to do. with: hoga''Falls Iowa. ] bargains at Richardson Grocery'I e Phin. 135; Night -W I dr vLel.

catches of the myriad varieties of and. evenings full. dispateh: 50,000'cubic yards' of, A line of lovely Chinese im [corner Eatpn sand." Elizabeth -n" 'dJ-t{6F I : .. S1.79 :
sea denizens guaranteed to arouse The winter olon'y'rests' and trash''were collected in the past, ported articleshave been received j :,sWeets, o lepd.e ery Friday and I .. ; l S I

the Interest and admiration' .of plays.;. :and playing: ; .. ,'or' resting, . .,*.of ert- 5iX'J lO' tns. i from"a'sister of Mrs. B. M. DunjcaHyiAho ] ;Satirday. !I. 1 I' ii I ,I Ii F MEfi'S SHOES ,

even the coolest angler lO 1 1s'_:Ir'h"1,1ot"" ,. Iasi: ..... Clean Up 'Program"W1 I' has been. residing ill' i i 6-Bach Thursday1.this store|ad- . i MIdeyby Dr. Miles : .
___ .... S 1 an U JClJ1'I.rP'' hina'for a number pf .Y?'rsl Vertises its weekly b some } U., ahttots,f"'aS.[t [These include linens* Chinese!\ The Citizen, giving buyers' the AftINOUNCJNG'THE
Room Mothers Give Party Last made a dozen parks. We have chests, handmade silver pieces opportunity of knowing prices on : brown, $2.95 quality :
I rice china and Chinese pottery.Mrs. for S
carried on a campaign of demolition articles before making purchases. OPENING OF .
Night Honoring School Faculty) and renovation to make Bissell has been a resident ,
IS $1.97Grand
homes of relief clients habitable.We of this city for several months. Tests show that carotin the :
-- have cleaned the harbor. Her husband is associated with B. yellow pigment in corn from The iS
!Last evening the faculty of the course was served consisting of making it a place of beauty. We 11\1. Duncan in constructing the which Vitamin A is made, cannotbe Knitting Shop Slam Shirts :
Division Street School was delightfully -' cake candy and ice cream. Beau bridges. Mrs. Faber
have started construction of tho produced in the plant without : Custom tailored features :
entertained by the tiful handkerchiefs were given as overseas highway which in time I comes here from Evanston Ill. sunlight. I COLONIAL HOTEL BUILD ING
P.-T. A. Room Mothers at the souvenirs of the evening. -every shirt guar- :
will make possible an auto trip
home of Mrs. Boza. The color Those present were: Misses from Miami to Key West withoutthe ; COUGH anteed, $1.95 ,seller s ,
scheme of blue and gold were Leona Henriquez, Dorothy Cleare, need of ferries. We have rehabilitated \tVS RO &if You Can Knit.. Featuring Fleisher Yarns : special :
carried out in every detail. Norma Yates Miriam Carey May
houses for tourists. : .. . Real Throat relief! EARN EXTRA MONEreaally and pleuntly.We S
During the evening several Sands Sadie Moss, Frances Coch- "To enumerate all the activities put you In business without penny Byrdana Hand Knitted Apparel-Chinese Imports S1.47
novel and interesting games were ran, Susie Gardner, Eulalie,Mat. and accomplishments of the Medicated with ingredients Investment. Write for our Free Plan The :
played. Mrs. Valter Vinson was thews and Florence Albury. Key West Administration in the I'I of Vicks VapoRub Little Art Shop at Home". S SHIRTS :

the winner of high score in"Cootie" Mesdames Lawrence Higgs, past six months would take much: OVERCOMES BAD BREATH SOCIETY BRAND YARNS -- -.- : An accumulation of
while Ray Pierce won Horace O'Bryant William T. more time than is at my disposal' 3 Waverly Place. New York. N. Y.
the consolation prize. Doughtry, S. J. Pierce, Evelio various qualities, to :
this I
The winners in the game of 1 Cabot William I. Knowles, Gerald unqualifiedly evening., that can to say date however our: I MONROE THEATERPat I STEAMSHIP Co. I : close out at

"Hearts" were Mrs. William LaFe Harry Sawyer, Oscar Col- measured the P & 0
1'1 program by yard- Patterson-Nils Asther in SATURDAY SPECIALSFresh I
Knowles, high score, and lins, Harold Haskins W. C. Duncan stick of tourist business, has beena I UNITED STATES FAST 49cMEN'S SS
Horace O'Bryant low score. The Charlotte Boyden Laura LOVETIMEEddie Pork Hams and Shoulders MAIL ROUTES FOR I
winners of the many Bingo games Crusoe F. Garcia, Valter Vinson, success.1ith one or two exceptions Quillan-Betty Furness .in I I Strictly Fresh Killed Veal I : SWEATERS :
where rehabilitation has
were awarded interesting prizes. Ed. R. Curry and Emil Picnic Hams. Sliced Bacon S Slip Overs, leading :
not been completed all available Matinee; Balcony, lOc; Orchestra Effect! April 21, 1933
These were opened to the enjoy- ing. apartments and houses have been II 15-20c Night, 15-2S Calf Tongue Pork Sausages Leave Key Welt for Havana Tuesdays and Fridays, 12:20P. : colors; regularly sold :
ment of all present.A Messrs. Boza W. C. sweet.j rented for the season some for All Ingredients for Souse M. :
most delicious refreshment S. J. Pierce and Ray Pierce.Mrs. as long as a six month period. To Western and FloridaBERMUDA Leave Uavana,for Key West Wednesday and Saturday for $1.00, on sale

_._ Meats 9:00: A. M.Leave.
-- meet the demand we had to cajole 47cMEN'S :
Key West for Port Tampa Wednesdays and Saturdays -
Entertainment At Gekeler Also a number of people to move MARKETPhone 6:30 P. M. ,
i :
ing in with relatives or friends, PANTS
Ticket., Reservation and Information at Ticket Office oa the
Convent TonightA Guest At Tea to make their houses available.I 861W. Free Delivery Dock.' 'PboM 71 Extra good assortment,

I Had we two or three hundredmore Cor. White and Virginfa Si*. J. H. COSTAR. Ac.Bt.
i : all colors: and sizes, our j
three-act drama. "The Call The Benefit Bridge Tea held i I reasonably priced bungalowswe .
of Wohelo" and comedy, "The Wednesday at Casa Marina under could easily rent them. The I ......- : tale attraction at s
Ghost in the Boarding School" ) hotels, both American and Euro ....
will be presented this evening in the auspices of the Executive) pean plan, are looking forward toa $3.87 $2.87 $1.97

St. Cecelia's Hall at the Conventof Board of Parent-Teachers Association very good season. i' SpecialsEXCLUSIVE \ \

Mary Immaculate here. of Junior-Senior High School], "In closing, I wish to extend to 1 Men's Royal Palm :

Students of the Junior High De- was, as has already been stated a all my listeners Miamians as well, FOR MEN : -DUNGAREESRegularly :
partment of the school will participate as Florida visitors, an invitation: JANUARY S
highly successful and enjoyable sold at $1.25, :
and a large attendanceis to visit Key West and see at first SUITS- t :
expected at this benefit entertainment affair. hand what the Key West Administration All Wool 3PieceV now on sale at95'c :
Mrs. M. E. Berkowitz presidentof has done and is do' ore
aI I steds Flannels in Grey, :
the organization, and ing. I can assure you that -
sponsorof .
Tan Brown
the Bridge Tea has requestedthat trip to Key West will be both instructive ; single and
Coral Wheel Club double breasted. By-Swing UNDERWEARUndershirts :

To Meet an additional name be added and entertaining.1tNINE and Pinch Back Models; half PAINT SPECIALS : Shorts ;
Tonight to the list of tea-guests presenton I belted, nationally advertised or ,.

Wednesday, that of Mrs. J. C. MARRIAGE merchandise regular $19.50 : 25c quality, our January :
Members of the Coral Wheel .
Gekeler.] ?, I values- : sale price :
Club of West will tonight \
Key meet
at 7:30 o'clock at the home- club haveproven --so enjoyable 'L).LICENSES; ISSUED t $ tl. t 17c :
of Mrs. Frederick Kirtland for that instead of the- customary two .. :;:: O'h.J': '' . . SJlERWN r Y.iiLIx, ; >t kU\i\.U\\ } \ .. ss .,,.ti '. .

another of their delightful ride:. flub l rides a month .as originally Clt.| ....:.::..- Si in '( ,PPLITAN tif OR-J I tCP1W..91k. : ;: Ladles''Department, : 1\
I "I the : licenses issued during 'J'' ,
and parties. planned are how meeting almost MArriage ALTII LAT "t
These evening gatherings of the weekly," '". 'i+< "; the first 17 days'of! January nom, SUITS- U 1.1... '-I. J.r',1 : f; ...' 1I1F,SHOES :
. i
"II ber nine, according to'the record: Extra fine quality 'French. '? T:- ; \ 1 -GallowCans- : ti 'Blacks,-Tans, Browns, :

----- --- i. Hi the Suffice of. Judge Hugh Blue Oswego Serges guar- ":i(;"''llon .tL:: o pos. ,R tla7! sa_I!:n+\f. \: : Grays, Plains! and Com :
..... ee.... .e .. eee ISIS eeee .e ee .eee. Gunn.. anteed'' fast colors '& real I11.i d, a .C a ,. i i : I "; t .

I PERSONAL MENTION Issues during the week ending $22.50 value- ;per f gallon ( _.....:__ 1.90.pncllu, 2 U '. f. 61"1 Las j''' : binationst high, military :
- and low heels for
afternoon madeto ;
yesterday were Inventory 1h Gallon Cans;
...e.................ee.eeee1.ee.e.e..1e..e...... : Alberto Santana and Maria special .._......._... $16 95 In 5 Gallon Cans, 80 C Evening, Dress and
Alfonso Anglon Roberts and Lil- 1 75 at ._.___...__..._____ S :
Wm. N. Knowles left yesterday f I' Gerald Saunders, employe in ; per gallon ---.-. to Sport Wear
afternoon to attend a meeting of, the offices of the Key West Gas lian Williams; James A, Nettles *
stewards of churches in the Miami company left yesterday afternoonfor and Carols] R. Ketchings; Joseph SUITS- $1.97 $1.79 $1.47

Methodist District. Miami where he will visit W. Sawyer and Mary E. Grillion; All wool 3-piece very fine
briefly.Mr. Ira B. Thompson and Helena Isabel makes, well tailored, to closeout : SILK CHIFFON HOSE :

Mrs. Rosalind Palmer, daughterof Roberts. ZILOA Beautiful Chiffon :

Mr. and Mrs. Bascom L.' and Mrs. J. A. Nettles and (Inventoryspecial $7.95 : Hose, on sale at :

Grooms left yesterday afternoon Mrs. Nettles' son Tom Don't Trifle With CoughsDon't ..._....._.n_
for Miami. j III, l left yesterday. Ketchings'l let them get a stranglehold. A Sherwin Williams product that has become very, 49cDRESSES
.. Fight them quickly. Creo- -
D. C., S
popular in West and elsewhere due to the fact thatit S
Key ,
mulsion combines 7 helps in one. SHIRTSGood I
Jerry Galindo who was spend Nettles is employed] in the accounting -
his the Powerful but harmless. Pleasantto is probably the lowest priced PURE 100 Per Cent Lead .
ing a short time with aunt. department of take. No narcotics. Your own grade $1.00 value, : FOR SPORT OR :
Mrs. Eva Warner, left yesterday Southern Railway. druggist is authorized to refund discontinued numbers to and Zinc Paint known. A 25th can of this product together : EVENING WEAR :

afternoon for his home in Miami. your money on the spot if your close out with linseed oil to thin, makes your paint cost for : Values to $5.5O at :
cough cold is not relieved by at50c
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Knowles] or
adv. pure absolutely unadulterated zinc and lead paint;about. . :
Creomulsion. v
Mrs. W. II. Harris left Wednes- Mrs.\ Lillian Barr and daughter. ( ) : .tS S2.87 ,

day on the Steamship Cuba for Miss Betty Barr, Mrs. Flossie $2.20 per gallon. The paint you get compares L... ith.. pte -.'.'''rJJJl ":
*> **
Tampa where she will spend arihile Manso and Mrs. Juliette Sherouse Wilkes.; Well Known pared paint costing about $3.50 per !gallon.!: L.* ** 75-DRESSES: ::

with relatives. She was accompanied and con, Neal who were spending FRIDAY AND SATURDAY : Values".16',, 5.00 atS'247 :
by her brother Eugene BATHING TRUNKS"AND j. I.
several weeks with relatives and S
Papy who arrived the early part were house guests of Mr. and Mrs. SPECIALS SUITS .. ., ; .. ; :
of this week. ] at the homeon -atLEE new spring line have them, . .: .
'I William Cullingford, we IMPORTED ELECTRIC LIGHT BULBS-IS' to 60 Watt ,J'J "-
Newton street,' left over the BAKER'S MEAT I in all new colors and sizes.SHOES t t j. I'_ Summer and Winter :.
Rev. Shuler Peele, of Fleming] :highway this morning for their 1 : DRESSES': ':
Street Methodist Church. and Rev. :home'in Tampa. MARKETSpring I 1 .
George E. Summers of the First I 2 for 15c : To close out *t :
Lamb Milk Fed Veal S
Mehodist church left yesterday I Oil as heavy and inexpensive Pork Ham S1.97 :
afternoon to attend a district as automobile crank case drain-
I Heavy Western Steer Meats, You know that our SHOESare .
meeting of the churches in the ings can be used in a new residence : HOUSE DRESSES
Miami district I I heating burner.PALACE. all cuts, Cuban or American guaranteed solid leather; :
Swift Premier Hams Peters and Beacons-new : Not many, close out :

W. II. Mensendeik, Kansas widely!!I'.- Place Orders Now ForVENISON sports all new all white Spring black stock.brown Sole; South Florida Contracting & Engineering Co. 39c :

known grain broker of I I
City, Mo., and Mrs. Menfendeik, i; The dog marvel "Ferocious On Sale] Next Week At This agent for these lines- Phone 598 .. White and Eliza Streets S DRESSES :..
Market .
were from their visitors: winter yesterday home at coming Fort!l 1,i KAZANAlso Pal" in ] Phone 695 Free Delivery $2.45 TO $2.95TELEPHONE II "Your-home is worthy of the best"I To be.sold out ati' :,

Lauderdale] and during their stay I Two 2-Reel Comedies I 1.47 :
:were entertained by Mr and Mrs.1 Matinee 822 Fleming :Street! 897. :0'S .
: 10-15c; Nigkts lO.20ca S
A. C. Elgin. .j J I . .. .. ,. ...... JPli I



.. I a
; -