The Key West citizen
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048666/00417
 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 30, 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: UF00048666:00417
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-Associated Press Day Wire .. Key West, Florida, has the

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For 55 Years Devoted to the country; with an average

Best Interests of Key West si r range of only 14* Fahrenheit i




Challenge Flandin Dictum IN WASHINGTON t By(ROBERT A.M ctat.d PARKER I'rr*.) .J:: ,' NAVAL MILITIA! League Of Nations Probable

t ST. NAZAIRE, France, Jan.:I hairdressers seven printers, 16 I

Against Political Armies DECEASED WAS NATIVE OF 30.-Wfeen the giant liner uNo ,I musicians and 187 cooks. 1 j-LIEUTENANT COMMANDER: Italian Proposal At Geneva

Literally enough food linen.
I KEY WEST; CONSTANT'SUB. mandie" first salutes Bartholdi's I WILLIAM H. REARDON REPORTS
and other supplies will be car- .
I ried for an army. Each of the \

Threat Relative To Sweeping BAND CONCERT SINCE IT WAS FOUNDED voyage in June a grand nephewof 3,000 passengers, for example,I'I LAST NIGHT'S, MEETING I ANOTHER YACHTARRIVES 'I Propose Using Argument

I the monument's sculptor! will will have the exclusive right to 43,
Out Cabinet Now \ PARK napkins two chickens, ten pounds'of ': HERE That African Monarchy
W. W. Maloney, 94 years old, be in command. 1 Lieutenant Commander William I

Seen In Political Atmosphere I I died in Washington last week. Rene Pugnet, boxer, painter, ice, a carafe and four knives II. Reardon, U. S. N. R., who is -- I Never Should Have En-
Funeral services were held Wed- as well as similar quantities of
PROGRAM TO BE RENDERED musician inventor and ranking, heading the movement for the organization \
I nesday. News of his demise was 'L other necessities. iI i i tered LeagueBy
tof commander of the French Line's I of a Naval Militia unit 1
TONIGHT BY HOSPITALITY received this week in a letter \ I Although he has been at sl'a' WICKER OF COCONUT I
l Mrs. Mary Eliza Maloney\ of Key I fleet, will be in charge of the ,[, since early youth Captain Pugnet. in Key West states that there

By JOHN EVANS I BAND West I| 79,000-ton vessel whose: building! has: found time to accomplish asj;i the were call quite at the a number meeting conductedlast answering! GROVE ANDRUE BERDING

PARIS, Jan. 30.-Open de. Key West. lie left at the age of from the moment she first began dinarily do in a lifetime. The The finest of ROME, Jan. 30.-Joint action
; will be of- type young menI
special program 118 and since then made his home violin he plays was fashioned by'I I Among the recent arrivals atl
fiance' the government by veterans ; fered tonight by the HospitalityBand in Washington where he was employed : to take American shape. Chosen I his hands. So was the piano, from I II I I are being enlisted for this service, ,the Key. West Yacht Basin is the by Italy, France and England to

'and a threat to "sweep oat" .,honor at of its the mid-week birthday anniversary concert, in with the Government Printing ,American materials Fittings playa big 1 I the pedals to the ivory keys. j jt I, states says Mr.that Reardon it is very and gratifying he a'soI to Cabin Cruiser "Pieces of Eight'-i chant the status of Abyssna; ;
office which he entered in
< He'Artistic: Sea Dog
|i t
the cabinet'have envenomed .the,of President Roosevelt i part< !In the-big liner's equipment. {see so many young men of such owned by Cyrus W.. Wicker, of i from fullfledgedmembership in
1861.He Motors manufactured by an Amer+ It was 'while he was master ofj p}excellent' character and other attainments !,
political atiaosphere.d I I The concert will be presentedin I was the oldest member of "Paris" ,that ; Coconut Grove. .,the'L. .
ican company I are- 'being placed 1 the liner his'talentsj;j i who have volunteered I > *fue of Nations to that of
Bayview Park beginning at the Columbia Typographical t i Mr: Wicker 'arrived"on the vessel -[
throughout'hert bulk: as a portraitpainter .
Marching coh.mnl..f tbe''" famous enormous 1 f""to become affiliated with this iai, mandated
I 7:30 p. m. The program follows:!j i Union and last Labor Day led the The'searchlights! are American-j!(I known, 'for-hi1 passengers'!' often\f branch of the military service in yesterday with a'' 'party confsisting ,' territory under

enforce'their; will as they did'JOD .'Roosevelt.School Chorus. Manuel Scene: Sketch of!I'I ton, celebrating his 73 year and electric! refriJerato1J'from': 'I tOn r' photography have, taken 1 This movement has the personal Wicker, David 0. True William'- territory l under League
by Camera, membershio in the organization. the United States have been pur-! prizes in Paris salons, and he also j sanction and endorsement of Mayor '
Dickenson Arnold Kent
"bloody Tuesday" last February "The Thunderer I'I|, In addition to his membership i iI ?j i chased. I I has been successful in sculptl1rinJ.1I );I William II. Malone, the Board Lowney and Carl Holmes. I au.picea.; is' being recommended

6 when Paris crowds battled the 2.."Selection \VashingtonPost. I I I in the Typographical Union, Mr.\ 1I 1 I'I Details of the liner', construction -' a talent he says he inherited from. of County Commissioners Messrs.!' The elder Mr. Wicker is well in many quarters here.
I I Maloney was a past master in are being carefully guarded.: his great: uncle. I I Carl Eervaldi. Wm. R. Porter,
1 to number of West-
Thousands hurt and 3. Selection. j I a
police. were i Mount Nebo Lodge and Mount Except for a few figures, given' Between inventing "Pugnet Norberg Thompson State Senator 1! When the Ethiopian empire'sprotests
i and
i 4. Solo Vocal "Stars anti' ers was at one time an im-
29 died of wounds. ,! i: Nebo Encampment of Odd Fellows !-II I in an effort to prove the "Nor-!holes." which allow fire hoses to' Arthur Gomez, Representative!' porter on a large scale of old over the border clash
!: i(! of Washington Columbia mandie" is bigger than her British be played in any cabin without Bernie C. Papy. and many others.
Spanish tile which arrived at this
Premier Flandin seeking to 5. Selection, "National Em- I I with Italians Ualual
Oldest l comes before -
blem." i([ Council National Union, | rival "Queen Mary, data on her damaging the cabin structure, M. E. Gilfond. acting administrator port from Spain via Cuban ports.'
placate both right and left groups 6. 'Inhabitants Association. Columbia!I I construction is being withheld.I and deciding where to place theship's for Key West of the FlorHa -! He is an authority on antiquesand the League council, it is
Selection {
I f Historical Society and the Association -I j I Only a few weeks before she equipment and personnel!' ,' ERA. is said to have stated I
incurred the displeasure both.Tne .! 7. Vocal selection High mosaics. j jI
r. probable that Italy will ask for
of Veteran Printers. i pushes her 79,000 tons out into'! from 20,000 bottles of beer to :31 that he thought the movement an At one time Mr. Wicker was I'I
right, through Colonel School 8. Selection.Chorus. I I|! He had also been a constant I II I the sea for the maiden voyage to' messenger boys, Captain Pugnet excellent one. and has offered hii i{I I American attache at Tunis Morocco -'Abyssiiiia's, expulsion from the

Francois de La Rocque, chief of'' 9. Selection "Star Spangled 1 subscriber to The Citizen since it I II New York, now planned for June. has found time to keep up his cooperation in any way possiblei I II and is widely known in League
was launched, and just recently I 3, will views of her interior be boxing. i iI that may be of benefit to the or-i
educational circles instructorin
the "Croix de Feu, all veterans Banner. i I as
decorated for valor under fire,i! | sent in a check to this office for I available. I At 53, h<> continues also to ganization.The I 1 I international law and languagesat She will argue that the African

a renewal. The length of the ship pays fence, and shoot. On occasion he movement is sponsored by the University of Miami. monarchy never should have been

challenged Flandin to dissolve Us SHERIFF BRINGS :! : the French Line is 1,030 feet. 12 even pilots an airplane. for in the Commander George B. Graham,:;I lie and his party left yesterday': admitted to the League, because
i feet longer than the U. S. N. R., retired .! Chaplain
group. I ADMIRAL FENNER "Queen world war he commanded the an I afternoon for Miami "and, will return -
in'' Mary" She will than James S. U. S. N.. retired. the nation tolerates slavery and
"True veterans he wrote PRISONER carry more French naval aviation base in Day about Saturday, have their
an open letter "will not tolerate :| HERE: 3.000 passengers!' !' and a crew of!, Corsica and distinguished himself with C .Sam B. Curry and Willard vessel cleared for Kingston the slave trade and also becausethe

that a man of their age, one who: iI i I WILL VISIT HERE 2,000. Her (50,000( horsepower; at the defense!' of Corfou I Russell assisting in the registration Jamaica where they will go on a' country's borders are not

has not been under fire should I is counted on to drive her throughthe of members.A cruise, stopping at other ports in fixed.

dare to give them lessons :la civic: ,, F. E. NODES, DEFENDANT, waves at 30 knots expected!I| FIND OLD COINS I few more are needed to com- the West/ Indies, Central and Both these )JhcI
duty." I ito send her from Le Havre to| plete the required quota it is : points says
Flandin long pressed by for-i.j CHARGED WITH GRAND i I I( New York in four days flat or j. TEAGUE. Texas.-Miss Alma I said and everything looks very I: Italian argument, violate fumtaI -

"jnrr*" Premier, 'Herrtot' and left j i . LARCENY '. !I )BY: MAYOR WILLIAM . s,>. j l>Currie of thin city found $17.000: : encouragnig-for.--organisation l - I I mental"princlpleik.jl-.e.).,tea ?e'j .
to dissolve France's' '. I I r1e Butchers. Beauticians; In Crew ': worth of 'old coins under the doori the unit, which will conduct ac- MRS. ATCHISON j covenant .
groups H. MALONE
"bhadow army" drilled and possibly 1! I Her crew will include such i ften of her home on premisesi tivities in Key West. i' The Affari Ester: (Forcing
I widely diversified; members as i occupied bv a notorious --- --
armed by political fac'.ions;, Sheriff K. O. Thompson} returned DIES YESTERDAYFUNERAL Affairs) review, which is published -
three :
doctors nine
contented himself with saying: butchers and gambling resort, the former own
"What these It.ag:1es' yesterday afternoon over Admiral Edward B. Fenner. U. ,20 bellboys. There will be nine er of which was killed years ago. EIGHT PASSENGERS ,; with government a lh-(
good are the highway from Miami havingin I
S. N.. commandant of the Sixth i I _. .. ization with reference to
? Let them wild! says
a footing Nodes, --- --- --
on war custody F. E. charged !! -- -- --
Seventh and Eighth Naval Districts
their members back to wor t." !, with grand larceny. The sheriffwas with headquarters at I ARRIVE 'Abyssinia 1 that "France an'l-Italv.

Premier Defies Threats accompanied)' Attorney has accepted CONDUCTED TOMORROW j are persuaded of the necessity oTI
Charleston S. C., an i
La Rocque's swift answer was George G. Brooks. : invitation extended! by Mayor\ Wm. :l TODAY'S WEATHER 1 I I making common cause in their
to have his columns march in forbidden Nodes was arrested in Key II. Malone, to visit Key estThe SEVEN LEAVE IN AFTERNOONON own interests"

s procession at Amiens and West on a vagrancy charge. He! admiral and Mrs. Fenner t TRIP FROM HERETO I
Bono Takes
I De
to warn the government: employed Attorney Brooks and' accompanied by Lieutenant Com- i Temperature Thursday; moderate north and MIAMI Charge
"We are menaced with dissolution his release was secured on bail. mander Bragg aide to the ad- Highest 07j j northeast wind I Dora Atchison, 71 years Recently General Emilio Do

I but if there is a dissolutionwe Afterwards Mr. Brooks accused' miral, are expected to arrive February :j Lowest ..:.:'::::.. ::::::::::::::::::::':::::Cl I old, widow of the late Alfred', Bono then minister of colonies

will not be dis.<;olv'd. Those Nodes of robbing him and Nodes 1 8 and remain over until the |Mean ..................................... ,_.G4i i I'I'S' r' '''l'0*. "to., r -f I Returning yesterday from Miami -r Atchison, died 5 o'clock yester-[ maintained the same thesis.

in power arc dependent upon us was arrested in Miami and held' following afternoon when they i Normal Mean ............................70j I I :I! <> rI I M.J I IrV I i by plane was a group of Key, day afternoon at the residence of,| De Bono has gone to Eritrea

but we are not dependent upon for officers from Key West. ;'will enetrain for Charleston!' j I Rainfall i f L < ig LtlJ West fight fans who left by air-:,' her niece, Mrs. Antonio Martinez'land' Somaliland} to combine tho
1I. I Ii
'I : 519 United
them. ]1 Mayor\ and Mrs. Malone\ will entertain Yesterday's Precipitation .0 Ins. I j plane Monday for the purpose of street i ii administrations of those colonies

"Let them do their duty if theydo !: VISITOR LANDSFINE ; at dinner for the visitorsi I Normal Precipitation... .06 Ins.I. { fe- witnessing the show at the Mu- Funeral services will be held;' and to superintend the absorption!':
not wish to be swept out by'' on the evening of their arrival .'1'aI,.r ...,rd nitrr ::I.b..r... iirrluilrndinic 1 \1.1 f f- a.! 4 -. nicipal Arena. 1-1:30 o'clock tomorrow afternoon I into Eritrea of the strip of land

the wave of national morality out and it is anticipated that Governor I l H oVIwrk Ifclw riiii>|C.Tomorrow's ":,,,.t M/ '. Vs,? ft> Among the passengers were: J.j from Ley Memorial Church where; France recently granted Italy
the Croix de Feu DOLPHIN I AI..anacI i. 7 the body will be placed at 2
of which
] SholtzI "
grew i i Dave Sholtz. and Mrs. j. \ A. Valdes, J. R. Valdes. BerlinSawyer .
A from French Somaliland.i
movement" I Sun rises .. ................. 7:10 a, m. r.e' I :) o'clock. Rev. W J. Martin will j
will be in Key West at the same ; -T Walter Maloney, Sidney
Premier Flandin declared. "I1 1 I time and will also be guests at I Sun sets ..........._......... 6:11 p. m. ,l.-1'. J- J.1-k ,., I Einhorn Charles Thornton, Josephine officiate. 'i .It_ JB said in colonial elrele.'s.I .
i > however that he ao! i is tar mAA
will never agree to govern under, the dinner. Moon rises ...."" ..... 4:20 a. m. I Hudler and R. G. Woodw'n.' Pritchard's Funeral hdnfe'iv l t :
threat." j 1 j TAKEN BY WILLIAM FICKING- I I Moon sets L.. ....n ... 2:59up''nv.' .', Continued Cool Fair t Leaving for Miami in the afternoon -I be in charge of arrangements. anliljtary, survey of 1hai 'cploniti:

Dissolution of the"ar l'us' ''I GER OF DOWAGIAC, JDEMOLAYSWILL Tomorrow's ,:Titles,>, I Florida!' Fait 'arid3 ""continued I were: William T. Russell, Survivors, are Charles. II. and i in view-.pj: increasingly with. Abyrsinia.cooipjicated.telations It
I .
leagues is a seething undercurrent t. A.M.. P.M co} ,'probablyiljght to heavy frostnortlf I Walter F. Cutling! Elbert DibMe William H. Boll; ftlrti Antonio, ..
., MICHIGANI I is. recalled that De' Bono 'waj\ \ta
Estimates of the "'troll1l; ___._ . ,,,, Helen Pullin Norman M\ Baker Martinez. Mrs. Annie Hood. Mrs. :
I i ti Hi*; n. _, ,_ 80j;(); 6:35 !in extreme portion and light -Italian:
were 350,000 !last summer 'but'' 'j, I! HOLD MEETING'Low _..._..f.-. 1:25. ',12:10 ;.to i heavy frost in extreme north I Charles Tholnrton and Josephine t j Harry C. Gale "Mrs. Comal general before,Jn the he joined regular IQ1Ij- olini

since then there admittedly 'has': Se*,level. 30.25. -, .' portion and light frost in' interior Iludler.I Lopez Mrs., Fred Derifcanz, Mrs army ,
been heavy but often secret rc-'J One of the finest dolphin tak- Okeechobte I Manuel Ayala, and Bert Mc-;: in the early days of .fascism awl:
Buvoiuetvr at H a. nu, lodayiSea touthfrard to' Lake
became of the four leaders niI
I't.'D! in these waters in long time Clintock. i one l
cruiting. the "Crox de Feu" alono a .,
30.25.WEATHER tonight fair flowly
level ; Thursday I 1 "
1 this week William INSTALLATION CEREMONIES CUBA CARRIES Of the the famous "march on ROn
having increased from 25.000 to was caught by ( rising temperature in extreme I. above survivors MVs. .
Mich., I Annie !t Later he was governor of TriI
an estimated 200,000. j J. Fickingvr of Dowagiac. Lowest I north Hood is a resident of New
TO BE HELD TOMORROW ugliestStation portion. i
who is here for the fishing and ; York and Manuel po H.I .
Trade In Arms Restricted !I Ayala and I
Last Night I'esterdayAbilene Jacksonville to Florida Straits: 84 PASSENGERSSteamship Says the Affari! Ester!:
Many of these! organizationshave 1: inter vacation. i NIGHT ............ 40 52 Fresh .northerly winds 'becoming I Charles H. Boll are residing in,
Mr. Fickinger is president of r ; I Tampa. "Diplomatic and consular: missions *
shown their strength by well
I Atlanta ........... 30 52 northeast Thursday an'd fair I'
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drilled marching, now prohibited.| Lee State Bank, of his home city have had occasion to inform -
I Boston ............. -2 26 weather tonight and Thursday.East I Cuba sailed yesterday of
others and went out this week with a the secretariat the League
Both sides i charge the are i Installation will beheld I
armed and have big arsenals. :; local guide to try his luck. So j ceremonies Robert J. Buffalo ............ 0 20 I Gulf: Moderate north and"I << for Havana with 82 first class!! CHEVES PRESIDESAT of Nations of the precarious situation -
at the meeting of winds.WIA11IElt. two second class '
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Charleston ._ 34 52
the fine of white in Abyssinia,
pleased is he with specimen I people
Police raids seldom bring big; t
I Perry Chapter, Order of DeMolay five tons of freight and
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result but the situation becameso of dolphin caught that hei at Chicago 20 ::8: ,1118 MASONIC MEET of the fact that no protection was
to be held tomorrow evening sacks of mail.
Petain will take it back home as a souvenir j Denver ......._...... 32 56 CONDITIONS granted them by the courts and
that Marshal i
dangerous i I
(. the Scottish Rite Hall, corner Ferry Palma arrived from Cuba I
Detroit .._...._.. 10 2-1 incidents
when still Minister of War last: after it has been.properly police and of the sanguinary -
Eaton and Simonton streets. I with! one car of guano. 62 sacks
restrictions mounted by Taxidermist Cecil i Galveston _.... 52 i2 Pressure continues high throughout t which often broke out
summer tightened on Curtis Stanton will take the of- Havana ........_... 68 i iof mail baggage and four emp- DELANEY UNABLE TO AT-
at all frontiers and the Gray: the country, the crest of the | Modern Arms Imported
| ice of Master Councillor Jerome ... .... ...... ties. j'I
Huron .
cabinet offered laws to control Berkowitz. Senior Councillor and. 22 26 area of high pressure having move TEND OWING TO DEATH OF "However, the political condi-
i Jacksonville ...... 40 60 ed slowly eastward over :Michiganand I I tions and contracting interests of
Jeff Knight Jr. Junior Council-
sales.None deny that if these groups; VISITOR LEAVES 'j Kansas! City..... 26 30 eastern Ontario Sault Ste. SECRETARY WEBSTER the great powers prevented a collective }.

ever get into action there would ,I ., KEY WEST _..... 61 67 Marie, Mich., 30.78' inches. The I t tI ., I action for the cessation ofa
be something more serious: than!j ENROUTE HOMEI 'lor.YOUNG Little Rock _. 30 48 only precipitation of consequence r t f. state of affairs which represent

the riots of "bloody Tuesday" I GIRL HERE Los Angeles 50 60 during the last 24 hours has been Most Worshipful Fred W. De-, an ever ,growing menace to the

i Louisville ...._... 22 36 moderate north laney Grand : of the races in}
when the Chamber of Deputieswas i I I to heavy snow in Master of the Grand I pacific harmony
Ia ........_..... 1 _. .t \ :
Miami 56 72 of'
besieged and guards fired! on: ern New England, light snow in Lodge Maions of Florida wasiorced Africa.
SWALLOW\ < .. .
...._ 18 2-1 the Lake "' \ this after Ethiopia
the crowds Minneapolis lower region, and lightto I to forego his scheduled dis- "Only year,
I HAD BEEN SPENDING New Orleans .... 50 62 moderate rain on the Pacific I trict meeting, with the lodges in imported from western and central -

DIED WITH LOOT SOJOURN HERE New York._ 4 34 coast from San Francisco north Key West last' night because of f Europe the most modern war-

It Early this morning Pritchard's Pensacola _.. 44 58 ward. Temperatures have fallenin 14 the death of Grand Secretary Wilbur -; like material including mountain

PIIILADELPIIIA.-Fleeing ina ambulance'was'summoned to tt take Pittsburgh ......_ 10 32 the lower Lake region, Ohio I P. Webster. and anti-aircraft artillery has the

taxicab with -10,000 stolen I I F. L. Boyden well known ad-, to a hospital a 17 year old girl St Louis ....._ 2-1 32 Valley, and north and middle! At- While en route to Key West I1 f situation become clear for the

from a band Edward Kellar of i, vertUing man of Kalamazoo',, who had drank lysol but whether Salt Lake City. 30 46 lantic states, with a cold wave in lIiMsAf in Mr. Delaney had knowledge of the : great powers interested."

this city died of heart disease. !I Mich., connected for several decades -.. I by mistake or in an attempt at San Francisco 48 56 New England where readings are illness of the grand secretary butit ':: After announcing outright that

with the Kalamazoo Gazette,, | suicide was not stated. Seattle _.._ 48 56 below zero this morning. Temperatures was not until after his arrival I ;, France and Italy will make com-

left yesterday for his home. i She was taken to the Marinef Tampa _.._.._ .u 66 are generally above the A RAPID-FIRE ROMANCC that he learned of the death of rmon, cause with reference to

Truck Arrives Tonight Mr. Boyden is a brother of j I hospital where the stomach con Washington ..._ 12 36 seasonal average throughout the BY CYAN EVANS Mr. Webster.Mr. Abyssinia, the review says England -

Ralph B. Boyden. of the steward I tents were removed with a !stomi country west of the Mississippi Delaney left in the after- has no direct interest in the
With 'Urge variety of FRESH 1 department. Peninsular and Occi.I ach pump'and; treatmenet admin FORECASTTill River, and below to the eastward.I STARTING FRIDAY INIrIJ noon for Jacksonville and the|question of Abyssinian inl pend-

l FRUITS and VEGETABLES dental S. S. company and has I'I I istered by Assistant Surgeon P. G.II Light frost was reported this meeting last night was presidedover I enee, but would join with France

Lowe's Cash Grocery been enjoying a visit with Mr. and I Shell ( 8 p. m.. Thursday) morning in northeastern Florida. CITIZEN by Past Grand Master Wallace "land Italy owing" to AbyssiniaV

1117 DirUioa St. Phone 675 Mrs. Boyden at the home on Seminary i-J II This morning the patient waa Key West and Vicinity: Fair G. S. KENNEDY R. Cheves, who arrived yesterday -I propaganda of "Africa .for the .
I I street I reported as resting comfortably.. and continued cool tonight and Official in Chargf. /.I'/ with the Grand Master. j Africans."

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E! I WHY WE FOUGHT ....s...o..............I Frank Wilson
--- -hr t'C' ( 1 t: 1 ctYc BIRTHDAY BALL CAMPAIGNERS !

blacksmith of Omaha,
I Today's
"Cul.llRht-d Daily Kxcwpt Sunday By __
In sixteen years we have forgottenthat vented an airplane kint''I'
rut: ('ITIII'CIII.ISIII\(: Co. INC. :
L. I'. .\Ii TU.l.w: r.ia*.'. there were two reasons for our enter- i : Anniversaries curved ends which he

Curncr From Gr The>'
1754-John Lansing, New York
winning in the World War, with a -
chief ---
r Only Daily Newspaper in Key west and II on roc justice! and chancellor, born

Copnty. consequent danger to us as prospective I II om I I. at Albany, N. Y. Left his hotel in STEAMSHIP Co. ,i
New York City Dee. 12, 1829,
'Zntered at Key west .Florida as second class matter victims of an all conquering military des ( on P & 0
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apparently in best of health and UNITED STATES FAST
FltTVlTH tan I i potism. That fear tended us to sympathize j t spirit and never seen again nor MAIL ROUTES FOR

Member til lb* A....x-l lJ rre... I his body ever found. .
Ibe Associated Press is exclusively to use -
r .....<.-:.""aU"R vf ail new lpatche credited hIt I w '! 1775 Effective April 27, 1933
or uut wtherwlse. credited lu this paper and els. I But our real reason for entering the I Walter Savage Landor, Leave Key Weft for Havana Tuesdays antll"ridays. 12:20
for local sews publltttrd )..UII.tl English a uthor-poet, born. Died I".
i war 'was German infringement on our 1 Sept 17, 18U.1816NathanI. M.Leave
Havana for
ItCIt11'TIOn."'fl:'t 1 Key West Wednesday and Saturday
ne Year .. ._... ..._..... .. ..-.._._.... ........____|10.08 right as a people to sail the seas in freedom 9:00 A. M.Leave.

thia tx ':: :.Mr nth'.r'nlhm ._: ::..::::==:::.=:::=::=:=:.:.=== 6.dZSl l P. Banks!, Key Went for Port Tampa Wednesdays and Satur- ,
1r,1> .ioulh _.......n....-............-..-........._---' --.- ..* I_ and safety and the sinking of our Mart, congressman governor and days 6:30 P. M. *
'.\'.-!'kty ....._.._...._...............-.-___._. ......:.-_ .21 Union general, born at Waltham, Ticket, R.*erTti.a* and Information at Ticket Office on tie
trading ships after we had warned Germany -
AII\KUTI: .,I\G .\'i:4 I Mass. Died there, Sept. 1, 1894. Deck 'Pttooe 71
Made known on application. that we would not permit interference vThree J. H. COSTAR. Agent. f

!U' :u.\. \UTICI: i with our shipping. Germany sank 1831-Henri! Rochefort French -
All read'ng notices, cards of thanks resolution - - --
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'f rbltuary notices! etc.. will bo charged fur at our ships and the declaration of war fol- journalist and statesman, born.
;.1-' rate of :V cent a line.Nolle's w Died July 1, 1913.
for entertainments by churcntu from whlciI lowed.
revenue I.i to I.e deriveu are 5 cents u ln.e
Tin Citizen la an open forum and Invites: discus- All the charges that we were forced 183(1( J, Warren Keifer, Union Have installed
(: of issues and subjects of Wai or general
i. public soldier. Speaker of the U. S. you your--
into the by munitions manufacturers
i r. 'it l but it will not publish "uionjnious commuiil war
.h.... )House of Representatives born in
. i is just :so; much twaddle. We fought to : Clark Co., Ohio. Died Springfield
- at
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protect our rights and for no other reason I : 0., April 22, 1932, General Electric 1
THE KEY WEST CITIZEN leaders who figure In the right) is chairman of the Com-
-not even to make the world safe for mittee of American Business for I
1935 Birthday pall for the Pres- 1839-Samuel C. Armstrong,
the affair. He is organizing busi-
democracy.Any ident talk over final details of the ness leaders to attend a dinner Civil War soldier, educator-found- I
WILL always seek the truth and print it invasion of our rights as a nation national campaign at luncheon. before the Birthday Ball In the I er of Hampton Institute, born in Lift-top

without fear and without favor; never be must be challenged by us even if it means Standing is General GeorgeGibbs. Waldorf-Astoria in New York Hawaii. Died at Hampton, Va.,I II
Each visible guest at the
president of the Postal Telegraph City.
II 1893.
afraid to attack wrong or to applaud right; war. Company who has thrown, his dinner will represent invisible I May Refrigerator? may..
organization back of a. plan guests; who unable to attend the
always fight for progress; never be the or- Self preservation is the first law of whereby those unable to attend a Ball, will listen In on the nation- I 1841-George A. Townsend , .'

gan or the mouthpiece of nny person, clique, nature and if our national safety or the Birthday Ball can join in sendinga wide radio broadcast. Tickets for I ("Gat "), noted journalist and , 1.J;< ,
giant greeting to the President invisible guests are being sold author born
of his day, at Georgetown
faction or class; always do its utmost for the safety of our citizens i is threatened we and to. contribute to .the war at a dollar each and the money L ldY r'ft .
Seated will,be turned over to the Birth- : Del. Died in New York, u. i n'r Tin ettw'>t'
against infantile paralysis./ Only .
public welfare; never tolerate corruption or must do our duty in protecting them. (left) Is Cot: Carl Byoir, General day Bait Commission for Infantile I April 15, 1914 . 5e .

injustice; denounce vice and praise virtue; The United States has never been a Director on the 'National Paralysis-Research, of wntcli 1, ," .:,t
Committee for the 1935 Birthday Cot Henry L. Doherty Is chair 1851-Jacob M. Dickinson -, I ;t".n.;' f
commend good done by individual or organ. nation interested in conquest. The Revolution Ball. Grover A. Whalen (seated man. I. Tennessee and Chicago lawyer, glib ,,. .ttt-

r ization; tolerant of others' rights, views and and the war of 1812 were both wars ---- .- Secretary of War under Taft, ra' slI. <-.

opinions; print only news that will elevate in defense of our rights. The Mexican\ ........................ born at Columbus Miss. Died in f:

and not contaminate the reader; never com- War was a war of reprisal because of KEY WEST IN Today's Horoscope Chicago. Dec. 13, 1928. 1

promise with principle.! Mexican aggression against citizens who .................... ... >SI

had been received into our national fold. DAYS GONE BY This is a resourceful day, giving ; I.,.J}i L. fl-ac louD'

-'- --- 2 & ik i it
--- -- q' c pit.rrram
The Civil War was a family quarrel overa Happenings Here Just 10 Year '' ability for organization. Thereis I tlui. tk t lb. t.-w
Folks must there isn't enough .. ...
repeat; TYPEWRITINGPAPER t pkf cueetc 2 ctn.:
little of
difference of opinion within our own Ago Today As Taken From a lack of coordination |?icc: 1 bottle (llnp
original conversation to go around. The File Of The Citizen thought and effort, which will be down I butila theme. 2 Its.
country. The war with Spain was the direct Jx..a a S lb .roosts I bead
shown in different ways. It may i.-teie l bn cu.brputs
result of the hostile act of in 2 lb*. tomatoes 1 bunch
blowing up be a breakdown under trouble it one your 2 agaptru.t.2
The pickpocket is not aristocratic, as the battleship :Maine. "Key West is the best bet in the:,i may be a separation from kindred home. lemt-ui h dots.. ortnf. el
1 Mr salad flr Mnc l lb.
whole of Florida at the present! or it show in an eleyation of lard Istt ..
he never loses the "common touch. i i may 2 0'er None of these conflicts in .
were any lthe' ii>acii i qi aster tome
time." That is what a Bostonian i sphere of action. Final suc- 75c 2 quick,'cu<"C tars I2O
sense wars of aggression. In all of themwe I!I cess is probable. .itt cul c-2 u.c.! oiled)
said to Mrs. M. II. Robinson, who

An optimist is a man who expects to fought for what we regarded as right is in charge of the Key West advertising -!1 i been extinguished. The kitchenI Package of 500 Sheet $1.00 per month until July 1st takes

find a clean pair of socks without holes. and justice and the protection of our national booth in Tampa. In a letter -i I|I I was slightly damaged.

honor.In to Bascom L. Grooms, of the': care of the payment
I, Editorial Comment: The manI GOOD QUALITY BOND
We often wonder whether those none of these wars was there any Three Way Committee, in charge I I ho, expending his energies wholly Don't miss the chance to have the

possibility of a settlement without resortto of advertising Key West, :Mrs.1 i on private affairs, refuses to PAPER
noisy legislators carry on that way around best of refrigeration at
arms. Robinson writes that Walter M. i take part in public affairs plum- a
home. ing himself his wisdom in mind-
Maier, of Boston, who made the on -THE- small cost.
ing his own business, is blind to
.*.?L.--+-- i . READ YOUR POLICY temaik quoted above, is interested the fact that his own business is "
B f r.business:: anxious for a lanced! in real estate developments and made possible only by the prosperity ARTMAN PRESSCitizen See us regarding thistrial) plan.

would like to receive listings of of his community.:r.
1 budgetvondcrs how long the
emergency Most\ persons, we assume, rely on
\vH last. ten-age and lots in Key Weal.; His bert Spencer.Never Bldg.PHONE The Key West Electric Co. .
what the agent tells them when they buy home address is 101 Tremont: was more interest manifested .

an insurance policy, because most of the ttrvet. I in a feries of basketball 51 A. F. AYALA, Sales :Manager\

Women occupy a wider sphere than contract between the insurer and insured games than is being shown in the
"Is the road going to run
formerly, but many of them are doing their i is printed in very small type, which few through it?" is the question being series of games to Le played be-
tween the University of Havana ...... .. ,
best to reduce it. take the trouble to read. But everyone asked daily: by prospective investors and the Married Men's team of -
should in land on the keys which is C.l..lAr.4TIIIII'IDldATII ':H .srIIJrG-.IT11j
read carefully all the provisions of Key Rest!" The Cuban aggregation
being considered as a holding hat made record during .
his: policy. a good :
Chicago Daily News declares a ,,"0nlan' -
which may be traversed by the
the the
along East Coast
tongue i is her sword. Than which This warning suggested because of real! which it is proposed building of Florida, and are keyed up to lJust Received CARLOAD OF CAREY'S

the pen is not mightier.A two clauses in an accident policy recently over the keys from Key West to put gp an excellent) fight to retain RUBBEROID ROOFING I
J Ilhe{ mainland. In the event the their hard earned honors. The I
issued:; to her parents on Shirley Temple,
$2,000,000 bond issue is voted Benedicts also have
a reputationto
physician declares that in 100 years famed G-year-old movie actress. They there is no question in the mindsof !sustain! and hard fought battlesare I 35 Ib Light Weight "Bullseye... 35 lb Light Weight "Surety." Sure

stipulate that the company shall assume dealers ;in realty that the question Adherents of the Reasonable Price to make agood
till men will be bald. And still buy hair expected. ( J

re:,torer from barbers who are the same I no liability if the child actress be injured through is the this road or that going section to of run a local will lo team. are betting the vi'itors! Per Roll .............. $ 150 roof, Per Roll ...... $1.75

way. ((1)) while bearing arms in defense of her I I I key will be asked many hundreds !'e.j 45 l lb Medium "Bullseye." 2 Ply, 45 lb Medium Weight "Surety."

country; ((2)) if she meets death or accident of times. I Visitors to Key West have difficulty to go at CO flfk 2 Ply

The Citizen' i i-\ prepared to forgive while intoxicated. The Citizen inadvertentlyomitted '. or apartment in finding houses locations because of homes: of Per Roll .............. tD .UU Per Roll .............. $2.25

UuN.(;Alli6 failefl h:: ij/F'SiiW/ (stir subKcrip- Now it would be just too bad if the I the name: of Deputy) Sheriff ] the lack of signs to indicate 55 Ib Heavy Weight "Bullseye." 55 l lb Heavy Weight "Surety."

parents, thinking she was insured for 925000 ,-: Lazaro Hernandez in an' acCount This i is be 3 '
Creels matter to Ply, O CT A 3 Ply,
tuir( ; January, provided they do so in a: ..
offs} seizure of liquor made $ "
( should find the policy void if Shirley ; Brought before city'icouncil at the'next' Roll ..._......... eJU Per $275'Per
YlbrtuuyJ"VhlltJ: itc rlft'l ''''otlJ) 'Ve'ho killed wounded while in' last. Wednesday.lwhich! appearedin meeting and it Is expected < : Roll..._.,. .P' .1 i
were serving
, t tt\- EnKb' the regular Army; or if she should fall off tther officers taking part in ttherrMAvere (ilefectsl: '
YJ'Jjtt'ft arc thojtVhi>read their nci h. :"t NAILS FOR, APPLYING' \' '' i
Jimmy Dunn's lap and break her neck Deputies Cleveland Dil-: _. : .. < .. H . .
I I'.; paper. This does not help to improve while saturated with bathtub gin. : Ion and HermanJAlbury: and constable ; !; The Key West:; baseball team .

tho quality of your da: V paper. Leroy Torres and, Sergeantof has decided to change its name a
Police John Poker: and hereafter it will be known as Carload of Wall Board Received I

ADULT EDUCATION URGED the Indians. Alfonso Thompsonwill
They say that Key West i is staging a I A small fire was discovered in be the manager. STRONGEST OF ALL WALL BOARD. DOES NOT NEED REINFORCING -

form-back. First thing you know :someone; the kitchen of the home of James OR BACKING
Curry on Grinnell street: near the There are more tourists in Key
!ii tart a movement to make it a part of "We make America literate in of street about HARDBOARD 1-8" THICKNESS
can anyone corner Fleming West at this time than ever before. ,

1 h(' 'lJnitetl States.-Sanford Herald. Ceded year," declared Dr. R. L. Alderman, specialist in 8:30 o'clock last night. The apparatus -I All of the hotels are doing good S per Sq. Ft. ....:.. ..........................._..;.?................. 8c I
i.. :tin-\ United State in 1819, Florida com- from Number 1 engine, business and many apartmentsand !
adult education. He that
urges the new leisure station responded but on arrivingat rooming houses report a more STRUCTO BOARD, 1-4" THICKNESS, SMOOTH ON

e od land from which sprang both Key arising from the shorter: hours in industry should the scene found the fire had prolific season than in many. years. S. BOTH SIDES, per Sq. Ft. -______.____ 8c
W est and Sanford. As admitted the :
by be utilized in making the country literate and estimates ----- .- -
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Hi i aid Key West is comeback. DENSBOARD 1-4" THICKNESS, ROUGH, '
staging a :
that we now have 12,000,000 illiterates in 1-2
.wj ford should not CONDENSED STATEMENT OF CONDITION OF I Per Sq. Ft ..............._....... ................. ...".- O c
& : despair, as long as
the United States. A man of seventy can learnas THE FIRST NATIONAL
tin! '.-c is life there is hope. BANK .. THIS BOARD CAN ALSO BE USED FOR ANY WORK WHERE A
fast as a boy of ten, according to the specialist, OF
and! there are 40,000 unemployed teachers who can as at the close of business December 31, 1934,

Key Wet civilians, anxious to help carry out the program/ in the school buildings now Comptroller' Call
Kitchen Utensils, of desci !
l t":N,. ''o Sam restore their city to a. soundeconomic I available. He says: "This country has ,.256,000 RESOURCESLoans "SANETTE" WASTE RECEP- every ip-
and Investments _. ; $ 305,639.43 tlon that every house uld
basis, have pledged 1,833,228:) school buildings, used about one-thirdof the time. Overdrafts ..._ '__h' ._ 71.61 TACLE. 'Yorks'with foot i lever wlfe8Ah
have. Yes we have .
T.-orl: hours to the cause. Of those on Why should it be ordained that they should be Banking House, Furnitureand No bending or stooping. White on
Fixtures ...... household
33,082.33 display in our departenameled -
FLU A payrolls alone, more than 4,000 used from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m., with millions uninstructed Conds of States and Possessions finish, each ........ $4.15

IK":e pledged their Wednesdays and Thursdays ? Think of what might be done. ,with of the United ment.
States ... ._ I
to community labor. In the first them if they belonged to the people in'stead of to Other Bonds and- -Securities 74,204.03 '53-PIECE GENUINE IMPORTED ENGLISH DINNER SET

tvn.e weeks of January 41,000 work hours the school board" Dr. iderman bases his observations Stock of Bank the Federal_Re- SERVICE FOR EIGHT. THREE COLORS TO SELECT

have been chalked up. The results are on actual experience with adult, who, Temporary serve Federal- De- G.OOO.AO FROM RED, BLUE AND GREEN TRIMMED IN GOLD

beginning to show in spruced-up public he declares, are eager to learn from books, and posit Insurance fund 1,954.01 '

park, cleared lots, new bathing beaches jevclop; handicrafts, and to pursue hobbies. He United ment States Obligations Govern-direct $19.79Set !

the country's finest tropical aquarium, cites the example of Los Angeles in fostering adult and fully guaranteed -

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lean streets and refurbished; dwellings.: t education. This city has 80,000 people studying and due from Banks--r 495,168.97 1,327,913.70

The work program j is the handiwork of a I at night in fifty-six centers. Strangers who go to --------1--- South Florida & Co.
Contracting Engineering
former Washington newspaperman, M. E. Los Angeles are more than likely to be invited to r f J

.lilfoml who went to Key West as FERA's II join one of these classes! according to Dr Alder I Capital __: .$. 100.000.00I Pheae 598 White and Eliza Streets

publicity man and who i is now running man, who thinks that people are finding adult Surplus and Undivided Profits ...._-.. 55007.42 I
Circulation '..., 100,000.00 "Your home is worthy of the best"
the "how under direction of Administrator education one of the blessings which has come I Deposits .- 1633228.37 ,

Stone.-Miami Daily News. 1 from the deprc:>>ion. .. .'. .
. ;. $1,888,235.79 ": .I.1'IIII.lI.I'IIIII'I'I.I.lI.I.I i l .I'.I.1.1


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Chapter 47 to what Is generally known as the !
Holland Park murder, is. though GROUP LEA YESTERDAY
GOOD NEWS I All modern conveniences.! gold bracelet attached. Initials
something In the nature of a precedent t
"SOMETHING they wanted to keep one which we venture to think FOR GAMES TO BE PUT ON ," Bathing and fishing at your '. in back of watch. Reward. Casa
back door. Frank Johnson,'{ Marina. jan30.3tMISCELLANEOUS
out of the newspapers?" 1 Inter- will meet the hearty approval of
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the ---- -- -- UP EAST COAST WITH KEY I Colonial Hotel Building. |
general public
rupted. That strikes me as singularly "When Indisputable evidence as ; I WEST HIGH SCHOOL FIVE jan7-tf I
considerate of them, but a little to the responsibility for a crime GOLF TOURNEY 11 LOCAL TEAM WILL BASEBALL UNITSCONDUCTSESSION I I

A belated." comes into the hands of the authorities Should the Key West High FURNISHED APARTMENT, 5 CASH PAID for used furniture.

"You mean?" said Mr. Cresswell. and the guilty party is no TOMORROW AT PLAY BASKETBALLALONG School aggregation need peppingup j: Rooms and Bath Laundry Tubs,| 1013 Southard street
longer within the reach of Justice, it Garage and Telephone. 514))
"1 mean that when 1 was In the in their games this week with jan7-lmox
is only fair to others whose Inter. 1 Margaret. jan12 !
the Homestead and Lake Worth
middle of my particularly disgusting EAST COASTMEMBERS
eats ba deeply concerned that LOCAL COURSE
may J
I !
NEW TIME SET FOR STARTING quintets, there will be a group on WANTED
mess, nobody, least of all the soy so'me official statement should be Is-
hand to do PERSONAL I
ernment was worried about what sued to the Press. OF GAMES BY OUTFITS so. I
to bid
WANTED chance on
One of the local team I
Instance group pep
the are
"In we
got Into the news. GREAT INTEREST MANIFEST. OF HIGH SCHOOL I I next printing order. The
offering IN LEAGUEAt left yesterday afternoon for ELLA your
glad to have the opportunity of Notice how strong Edgar's II
"1 know how you feel" said Jerry. Homestead where the first gamewill Artman Press ang7
most sincere congratulations I teeth
"Nevertheless, you'll agree that the to that brilliant young scalp I I be played and are all in readiness giving him Wrigley'g gum AFTER
less re-bashing tbat's done, the bet tor, Mr. Nicholas Trench, whose recent -I BETWEEN MANY OF LEAD MORNING; FIRST GAME AT a baseball meeting held lat to be at the game tonight. I EVERY MEAL. Why don't FOR SALE
trial has night at the office of Justice of I In the Misses Alberta I I
and acquittal provided party are -
I it with Jim? Lucille.
do try
ter for everybody. Anyway they you TYPEWRITING PAPER 600
one of the most sensational ING PLAYERSBy HOMESTEAD TONIGHT Peace Rogelio Gomez, it was decided I Elwood, Carmelina Alfonso, I I ',-
want to keep this quiet. causes cfltbret of the last few I by the four managers to Marjorie Prow Leodawn Jergu- jan30-ltx sheets 75c.: The Artman Press.
"In order to do that It was neces- years. ; : I start the first game each Sunday I son and Paul }Mesa Jr. The latter STOMACH ULCER GAS PAIN'S.AND I aug7
sary to obtain our agreement, and "It Is deplorable that an Innocent ( GRAVY) Members the Key West High ]i &t 1:30 p. m. i went especially for the pur- i I
victims OLD FOR SALE-Two
since you, as the principal party concerned man should have been compelled to I The afternoon : It agreed that the team PAPERS
Thursday golf School basketball team left over!I( was pose of arranging for hotel ac- 't why suffer? For quick relief'1
were laid up with a cracked undergo such unmerited | bundles for 5c. The Citizen Office -
that time
shoulder, Air. Cresswell and 1 had but human wisdom is snfferlng'l match will get under way tomorrow the highway this morning for j I not will ready forfeit to the play at and also I commodations for the team. get a free sample of Udga !, octlGi
at the local course when the i Worth game Tablets, doctor's prescription,.
been Invited to represent the threeof the police must not games at Homestead, Lake a
us." blamed for acting on what they had Sand Crabs, led by Johnny "Pro" and Redlanas. that each and every player must I DIAMONDBALLTILT 'I at Gardner's Pharmac.oy.jan789.14.1G2122232 i: MIMEOGRAPH PM'SR. 600 II
Ii IiKiuchenbaum. I be signed by Sunday before the I sheets $1,25.1 The Artman
"Why didn't they ask mar de- reason to regard at the time as re- will meet the Divot The opening contest of the road I I I -2930JtI I .
liable evidence. game. .I I'rt't's, f:tiz .n ::9U.I.;: : '.
manded"It was Molly.a little awkward," explained "We trust that now Mr. Trench Diggers, captained by Curry : trip will be played tonight atI I t It also was decided that thePirates I I'I TOMORROW NIGHT I DICYCLE3 : .,:7t[
Homestead. The second is I
game and Sluggers will play the ,
dramatically ris. - - -- ----- -
Mr. Cresswell soothingly has been so completely and liar-I ---- -- -
"Since yon are a naturalized American vindicated,he will derive some The winners in each at Lake Worth scheduled for tomorrow 'I first game and the La Tropicals I WE: RPV: i h'. ,;c: 1. ': )\:IV
citizen the position was s dll'tlnctly consolation from the sympathy of night, when they will i and Acevedo Stars the: second, i" The diamondball game that wa- \'. i *. ::2, ::1' 11. L v '. thr LQTl :a'!: 'j'" .\ ,\rt- t<
delicate one. It was felt that his fellow countrymen and'their' will be treated to a free dinner I meet the Lake Worth aggregation this coming Sunday.It : !scheduled to be played tonight a'' p.t;; tl;; .!T: withIu fir.'!cut: :!. \t"tt'aery man p.... .lug7 r
I admiration the at 7:30 p. m. Thursday in honorof which considered one. of the I was stated that the Recreational Park has been deferred ' -
you woujd have to be apprcached In warm courage !! Bayview & Tt\\ TO'ni'v t r irri"i -- ------.-- --- 1111.1'K
a more I Indirect form. and dignity'with which L be faced his having been the best, at least, strongest in South; Florida. i Department of the FERA until tomorrow night, it is stated< I 1
1 Molly'laugbed.ooThat' makes me ., distressing ordeal. The most happy for that day anyhow. 'night the game twill be .at. I had promised to have benches on The contest tomorrow night ;,.''!' t' t t''!.t ,.\ .- i,0 ( ,' L: _' ' ,It The

feel frightfully important Go ahead aspect of this unfortunate affair is The following pairings have I lands. FridltY'I I the grounds this Sunday for the will be between the Busy Bee l;,'i iM A, J. .; O', s i" > ,1C Artn ,"\ 1 t. Citizen a
Jerry; I won't Interrupt again. that it affords one more proof, if been arranged the first named This tour of the section I comfort of those attending. and Lopez tens. i! Company janl8-lmo Cuildir oct16 49

i,' i "It seems," continued Jerry cheerfully proof were needed, that British Justice being members of the Divot Diggers return dates with the teams which I 1 _ I .. ,
"that without exactly mean- is still the fairest and most Impartial and the last named, Sand have been in Key West. The I --- ---- -- -- - '-

ing to, we've rendered a vastly important in the world. Crabs: : local l quintet was victorious in all

service to our King and Spottswood-Goldsmith vs. Joe of the meetings at the High School t
country. As soon as Mr. Cresswell sl 7ELL," demanded Jerry with a '
I' Lopez-Price. i IYfThere., the last of which wa ,
tired In that statement of ours to the chuckle. "What do you think I Strunk-Willie Kemp v.. Rus- 'played with the Lake Worth five I Ii

police, the first thing they did was of It?" I! sell-K irschenbau I i Friday night of last week, Key 1 1i 1
to raid Orlotf's flat and offices. "Splendid." I said. "I shall have it
: Curry Harris-PIummer vs. Wat- West winning by a score of 25 to 1
"I 1 don't know precisely what they cut out and framed. It will look very I kins-Kerr. i 13. :1.1
found-Beckenham didn't tell ns fine hanging up In the studio. bent
Paul Mesa-Sam Harris vs. Members of the local team are::
that-but, anyhow, it was quite over the paper again. "By the way, I 1 1I
I Ketchum-Pittman. [ Edward Woodson Glenwood An- ,
enough to prove that for the last two where Is this precious announce I
years he'd been getting hold of all ment? I haven't seen it yet." I Malone-Morgan vs. Salas- i; der on, Merville Rosam. YgnacioCaibonell i I ,
sorts of valuable Information and "Oh. it's there-on the front I Cruickshank. :' and Charles Smith, with i i'J

passing it on to his pals at Moscow. Just a short statement that page.l l Ayala-Taylor vs. CJrooms-Ike i'' V. Woodson,. Chester Knowles, : I -
"I can tell you they aren't halt thorities are now satisfied Russell.On I II 1 I> Bob Gardner and Jerome Berko-! .
pleased at having him out of the Cowhand was the murderer, and next Sunday morning, another I witz, substitutes. I II

way especially if U can be fixed UP tbat noone: else had anything to do I I foursome will play their I I, Everett Albury left with the ,

without any fuss or scandal. What with if" match, which will be Hogeboom- .' players as coach in place of the i
seems to have put the crown on the I "Yes.that's all very fine and nice," i i[ Butler vs. Pierce-Sawyer. These! 'regular coach Professor Dumont

whole business Is this blessed for- 'Molly looked up indignantly, "but ,(l boys are unable to play on Thursday Huddleston, who is recovering

mula of Molly's. Beckenham says I I but will enjoy the festivities :I from injuries received in an automobile i
that If the Soviet leaders had once "Wait," Jerry said Impressively, -
(I Thursday night and then play for!! accident.PAIRINGS.
laid their hands on that there'd "the vital part of our message has :I
the price later. i I!
probably have been another European yet to be delivered. He turned to
war." me. "I have a letter for you here I Should anyone listed not be ,', FOR
able to please let
Nick. Beckenham thought It wouldbe play, your captain
ss TjAVEJ; tbeyfany objection to our a pretty apd.approprlate touch IfI know so he may make. other 1v

n selling !It to Avon T"I asked. were to hand It to you myself.II. ." I arrangements.I : i il GOLF MATCHES
"Not under certain conditions. produced a large square offi I ti (
They're In touch with him,of course, cial-looking envelope from his pock l understand there may be no i iI t i -
and I gather that the negotiations et and passed It across. You can I matches because all of the fel-I

are getting along nicely." read It. too. Molly. he added. ,r lows want to walk around and I I __
"What about the rest of the tang Tearing open the flap I drew out I see Willie Watkins and Russell
-apart from Orion?" Its contents which consisted of a Kerr take a bit of hide off Curry PLAYERS NOT DRAWING BYE
"There were only three others single sheet of typewritten paper, Harris and Lionel Plummer. Old
down. at Hambrldge: two of them ',headed with the address of the "Li" took a few lessons and if.. MUST PLAY MATCHES BEFORE .' r !
were sailors off the ship and the Board of Works. he them like I
I plays up Thursday MONDAY, FEBRUARY ult.
third. our waiter friend seems to Dear Sir.
he did last Sunday he is gonna i THE
have been a sort of unofficial link 1 am Instructed to Inform you I!I 4 IT IS SHOWNI -- new AEROTYPE CROWN
that the design submitted by you eat until he busts and a certain -
between Peter and the Dolshies.
for the projected Hyde Park Memorial post office official will have to'I I
"They all got back safely onboard has been definitely selected i J
by the Committee on the term. set pay and pay and pay. But Willie ETHYL has the
and the skipper pushed off highest anti-knock j
for Russia next morning. From our out Committee In their regret original to statement learn that The you says he's not scared, that even i I Pairings for the FERA Golf

people's point of view It's the best are temporarily Indisposed. They the worst duffer in the world is| Tournament have been arranged
way out. The one thing they want to hop meeting, however you, to personally hare the and pleasureof discussing occasionally a flash in the pan. f i v.ith a provision made that play e rating ever offered for land service

avoid Is any sort of publicity.: further details as soon as But Curry says the biggest score : ers not drawing a bye must play Out-Starts j
you have ufflclently recovered to
"And that nasty little reptile Dlml- arrange an appointmentTour en the team will be made by!! matches before Monday, February '
trl! Is he going to get oC scot free?" ol>1lrnt< servantHENRY himself and partner and Willie 4. Vaporizes at lowest temperature motor fuel '. Gives full, smooth

Not by a Ion: chalk. They've : DAVIES Secretary. and Russell! will receive zero. [ The list of the proposed pariticipants I -quick warm-uP- ;

roped him In for coming over here Molly gave a little cry and lookedup Russell Kerr has not been inter.I follows: minimum choking. 1;
with a dud passport. Jle'll be had up with sparkling eyes. "Isn't that viewed but it is safe to say that I! R. F. Spottswood bye; W. P.I power on hills without a knock .

before a magistrate nest week and too lovely. I wonder what all the' he knows he'll win anyhow so I' Kemp. bye.

shipped off quietly to the States. I chattering fools who thought you who cares? C. F. Salas vs. C. C. Price. OutPowersComplete. : Less vibration straightaway.
New I on
gather that the York policewIU,0aqulte were guilty will have to say now?" Wm. Budd vs. C. Hogeboom. vaporization .
pleased to see him. producesall
I stared at the letter a trifle doubt.tally Even those who do not play are i J. R. H. O'Bryant.F. .
Kerr vs.
( When for are Nick they?" demanded going to do Molly something witted, "It's, "but a big 1 should'com pllment.-feel Just ad. expected at the dinner. The only. H, Mathews vs. S. I f.} Harris, f::: .' power-no dragging Judge. it only when unmixed with

"Isn't It about time.. ." shade nthustastic U I' a stiuplation is that they must pay C. B. Jones, bye; 'S.. M. Gold, :,.j -less crank-case dilution.OutClasses ,
that." more, p were for themselves unless they can I smith, bye E., A,'' Strunk bye. '
"I 1 was coming to Jerry'sY ; ,
) quite sure that I'd won It on mer "' : : "
my other fuelNo increase in ;
eje twinkled mischievously "I suppose its. It looks rather like a cheap get- find a Santa Claus. \ E. Russell vs. C. II. Ketch- .:' :I price, .;
/j you've been too bUS1.talktn; to -.. I ,
out on the part of the Home Seere- 'I'I'1. I"I
each other to "have a look at the tary," Keep jour eye peeled on this L. )Mesa bye : '.. , ,.' Has the highest specifications _sells for only two cents a 'gallon ,'
morning paper? Jerry laughed. "You needn't worry column for the results. H. Plummer vs. A. S. :Morg I ever applied to motor ..1 i
reached for folded ,
He out a copy about that old man. Beckenbam I
of the Dally Telegraph which Daw-' told me tbat as a matter of fact the With twisted strands between an.D.. Butler vs. T. II. Pittman. gasoline. more than Crown Gasoline.

son had brought In to me Just before " Committee had decided to accept which garments may be inserted,I W. C. Harris vs. L. Cruickshank.I .

Molly's arrivaL "Here you are your design the very day before you a new clothesline eliminates the E. Pierce vs. W. W. Watkins.Joe !. OutAheadVirtually
he added opening "Peruse this, I
were arrested. They couldn't give It use of clothespins. Lopez bye '
children and be thankful L-- :
my you gum.Cree-no .
you then of course, and the whole
have a sense of humor" question had to be reconsidered. --- -- -- gummy or sticking valves to 0 i .1 .. $ ,.
lie dabbed his finger on an editorial :
That's . ; ,
why they've such
a terribly '
) at the top of the second column long time in making the award. I r -C -t- .; ,'<':;' :' cause loss of power. ':. I. _. _____ + ___t.,7_ k
and leaning over it with our You've call be :::
no uppish. :
Read the LabeLantt .
beads close together Molly and I "ts. '.
,read as follows: (Copyright. 1571|. Peas miluhixg Co.) !, . ": OutstandingPositively ,; ; ,;

"The announcement Issued by the I Sip William Avon has something i i l a NEW fuel=;un : - \j:( ;
Home Office last night with regard to a ,1I
lay f
7, R'E } like and amazingly superior ,

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P..T. A. OF DIVISION CITY CHAMPIONSHIPFOR \ _ ._. ..'..A.---- - ..- -.. '-.:


.wi dsor's makers suggest that you compareits .

good basketball have Douglas -age, its low price its taste with that of
games McCarthy and :M.
been aranged the ParentTeacher other straight in the same price class. I ;
Ubieta won the city championshipfor pt : FOR YOUR MOTOR
Association of the Division You will then begin to understand whyS i
Street Grammar School) to be1la'ed doubles at the billiard game + ''f Iype Windsor is one of America's largest- :

at the High School gymnasium I played last night, which concluded I selling straight whiskies.

tomorrow night. the tournament. /j rr r Zv

The first contest will be betweenthe With good steady shooting and : z 100 PROOF 'i'

FERA Girls' team and the Key good ht'adYork, McCarthy and

The West other Senior game High will School bring cagers.together ,: Ubieta went to victory. The final K t WINDSORSTRAIGHT ,STANDARD OIL (OMPANYJ

the Senior High Second score was 100 to 50.

team and the Junior High first I I The high run was 12, made in

team. : each ease by McCarthy and San ; WHISKEY
Proceeds of the game will go : chez. '
towards providing school necessities -', Fifteen innings constituted the PENN-MAKYLAND( CORPORATION
for the poor children. J I game. A Dnuion .f National DutSkn lueutnt Oftrtt 129 Eraadmy. New Yrl: .



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x: : SOCIETY 1x I
: : > vt The Never-Tiring

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Nina de Lisa Leslie, Editress k i ii GUARDIAN

'PHONE 752-J L = i t of your

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Presidential Birthday BallAt J

Country Club TonightSociety + L

-- appears like clock-

in its very Lest bibs 1 will be expended locally for, according = work every day of the year .

and tuckers, to fay nothing about to new plans worked out = with a load of pure health-

frills and furbelows will turn out by the president himself and his Q protection?
aides seventy cents of every dol- .
tonight and make its way to the lar will be used for the benefitof YOUR ICE MAN, Of Course

Key West Country Club, there to handicapped children within 'tutj t r
participate in the very gay and the community raising the fundor He never has to be defrosted. He never thumps

tlaborate: Presidential Birthday within the geographic unit of or whirrs. He always: saves you dollars and cents.
which the community is a part. 3

Ball.All over the country tonight Key West society is always par- CALL NO. 8
ticularly ready and eager to aid
these balls are being held, and society
is responding nobly, becauseit I in all such things, and so tonight'sball
ever likes to be gay for the sake here will be one of the out- r u aa FOR PURE ICE

of sweet charity and this cause standing gala events of the win-

one of the most worthy ones in ter social season. 1 ?

existence is being responded to An especially interesting and

in a manner calculated to delightthe entertaining program has been
heart of our president for it I worked out by the various committees -, F,ra I ICE REFRIGERATORS

is very dear to him. in charge of the ball, and
One of the best features of the much credit is due them for the

program is that the major quan-'i efforts they have put forward to s Made of All Metal-Equipped With

tity of the revenue collected j I make it big, brilliant and thor-

through the .staging of the affair oughly enjoyable in every way. WATER COOLERS

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Mrs. W. Rhein Entertains At They're Economical! 100 Per Cent .
I A social event- which is expected oat the country! :More than four City.: Left 'to right -:: Laura ty cents of every dollar raised Refrigeration Satisfaction '-..
Tea Given to make the recent. English million persons and every Im-. Brown, Lucretia Osborn Doris this year will be retained by, local I
Enjoyable Yesterday royal wedding seem like a portant orchestra; in the countryare Terhune and Pamela Prime, pop communities to rehabilitate
gar expected to take part. Above ular members of New York's infantile paralysis victims.:Thirtyper ; Priced at .
den party will embrace more (center) Is a typical BirthdayBall younger set. Upper left some cent will be turned
Mrs W. W. Rhein, wife of and Mrs. W. P. Jackson, Consul-' than 5.600 American communities gathering, assembled under of the infantile paralysis vic- Birthday Ball Commission over for to Infantile a
Major Rhein yesterday afternoon I General and Mrs. Carlton B. on the night of January 30, the auspices of Gov. Alt M. Lan- tims who will benefit by the par Paralysis Research ap- and
entertained at an informal tea at I Hurst, MUyor and Mrs. William! when the entire nation will cel- don of Kansas at Kansas City ties. The girls pictured here, pointed by the President and utt- $30 $35
II. Malone Dr. and Mrs. Carnes, ebrate President Roosevelt's last year. Insert (upper right) hospital attaches were stricken der the chairmanship of .Col;
her home in the Army Barracks! Mr. and Mrs. Atherton H. Harlan, fifty-third birthday anniversarywith some New York social reglstrites with 137"co-workers during their Henry L. Doherty. who is also
dances for the benefit of infantile laying plans for the Waldorf As- heroic fight against the recent national chairman of the 193$ EASY TERMS 10 DAYS' FREE TRIALThompson's
here. -
Mr. and Mrs.\ 3. J. Trevor Mr. and
oaralvsis victims through- toria Birthday Ball in New York epidemic in Los Angeles. SevenPEOPLE'S Birthday Ball. I
Tea was poured by Mrs. Robert Mrs. Edwin Trevor Mr. and Mrs.
T. Manner\ and Mrs. Frederick Benjamin Trevor Mr. and Mrs. ---- --- - ------ - --------- I ...............

Lee and the occasion, with the Wallace Bryant Kirke, Mr. and !1 ..........................ae.....................

spacious, lovely home of Major Mrs.\ Andrew Miller 1and\ 1Irs.I I DOLL SHOW ATBAYVIEW 1! IMONROE THEATERJames
and Mrs.\ Rhein and the beautiful Eddy, Mr. and Mrs.\ William R, Carney-Patricia Ellis in Ice Company Inc.

vista of the Army Barracks' Porter Mrs.\ W. Hunt Harris, PARK ............e.a.........................000..... : ST. LOUIS KID ,
grounds as a setting, was emi Mrs. David Rice Mrs. George
MR. VERRILL'S KEY WEST I George Raft-Jean Parker in
about the
tanks which I
nently charming and successful. Shourds, Mrs. Robinson, Mrs. I object LIMEHOUSE BLUES '......
I"r: .
but these do not warrant my kick-:' M .1' } 'WIY-7
Invited guests included: Gen- Hugh Taylor, Mrs. Graham Fitch, i I
SAILBOAT CONTEST ALSO TO i j Editor The Citizen: ing the tanks in general; and I II I I Matinee: Balcony lOc; Orchestra I
King : Mrs.\ Miss\ Miss -- --
eral and Mrs. Campbell Allison, Allison --- --- -- - - -
I Your comments on this sectioni what is a little rain where 1'oU' 15 20c; Night 15-25c
Colonel and Mrs. Brinton, Captain:. Minnie Porter Harris, Miss Her- BE HELD SATURDAY ;
of "Romantic and! Historic Flor-' have a lot of sunshine? refresh-I! rllllllllllllllllJ'l..JI
and Mrs.\ Bomar, Lieutenant and mione Fitch, Miss Florence Saw- j ida" by Mr. Hyatt-Verrill are'i':: mg. ; I ............... ...............................
Mrs. Robert Kruegar, Lieutenant yer and Miss Mary\ Trevor.
I justified and as a third-season j I! Really: the whole matter is,
--------- --- ---- I visitor knowing both Mr.\ Verrill' i
this: what appeals:: to one does not,, 'HUTK, I'M GOING
Holding RehearsalsFor i r Miss Marie' Zemke The Recreation Department of I and Key \\Vst, I would add my appeal to another., All you can FOR -
i do is let people come here and:
the Florida ERA will a
Amateur Play Leaves For Home I am thankful that we are not j permit them to do the choosing,;
Doll Show and Sailboat Contest i
I I in the "tropics": for, with all the 1 though to a great extent it is up' There's no coming iI

Rehearsals are being held every Miss Marie Zemke left yesterday with racing meet at Bayview Park luxurious foliage and heat.which' I to Key West people to make new- ;, back for me' I I

Friday night at 8 o'clock at the, afternoon for New York en Saturday, under the supervisionof t might please there is also humidity i comers welcome and acquainted.You .

American Legion Hall here un-'' route to her home in New Haven, Miss Clara Yates and Victor J insect pests, fevers and have done this in our case : .. .. .' .' .

der the direction of Mr. Woodyfor : Conn., where she is head of one Larsen. diseases to annoy one; I speak ;and I am sure Mr. Verrill received .... .-.I.1O-r'.t'.. '."\::';.. ... 'j .:.... -- '
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an amateur play to be presented of the departments in Malleys Entrants in both events must from bitter experience of tropical >exactly the same courtesies as we* .': "..... .-
at Bayview Park in the, Department Store. register at Bayview Park with the ( homes I have lived in. Key West near future. I|I While: in Key West Miss Zemke supervisors! before 5 p. m. Friday. is a happy medium in this respect i not appeal. I am sorry but my > .. .- " t,1 .I
Interested persons should! com;I was the guest of Miss\ Alice Prizes in the Doll Show will be and even if we do have an oc- wife and I remain on; and so do a : "

municate with the Recreation Department -j i Drake, enjoyed her visit, and expressed -I given for the prettiest most orig- casional 41 degrees we have only j great many others. ;
or report for rehearsalsat regret at having to leave inally dressed and cutest dolls. S to think of the temperature else- J. S. DUDLEY. I

the time and place above des- the pleasant sunshine and delightful Prizes in the Sailboat Contest, where in these U. S. So, who Key West, Fla. .1 I .T. j
ignated. The first rehearsal was' climate of Key West, for the will be given for the best home wants to be in the tropics? Call Jan. 30, 1935.Today l

held last Friday night. J 1 I chill and rigors of the north. constructed best looking and yourselves: "semi-tropical" and! 1111 1111A'

winner in sailing contest. I| you are expressing the ideal. j jI .......................e / IAI 'IL4A fl
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I I also do not see where
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LEGALS great number of winter visitors'I
I PERSONAL MENTION : I should flock to the Key of Bones, ................eGe..... it :

IN %M POir MOMIOK ('u. (;\'r\-, and instead of being upset about 1847-Spanish name of Yerba
------------------------- ------------------------ n.oiiiot. 11'nou.tT1'
I> the matter I bit '1
am a pleased. Buena changed ; ,
In He Estate of by Americans to I 1
llollon Bervaldi. assistant 'post-1,I J. A. Rivero returned yesterday MCI>FOUI> K. KELL.UM. SR., i l The flocks would come only for i i San' Francisco.
master, who was on a brief visit from Miami where he went TO CREDITORS n.'as.d.XOTICF. I one reason: excitement. AVej 1 1I

to Miami, returned yesterday I for the week-end. : To All Creditors and All Person haven't got it, nor do we want !!! 1891-Gen. Booth inaugurated
I laving Claims or Demands what goes toward creating this! I
Against Said Estate: |I ]his: "Darkest England" scheme in
State Senator Arthur Gomez,I Mrs. Ed. Bervaldi was an arrival You and each of you. are hereby excitement; the horse and dog I| j London.1902AngloJapanse. Suddenly, but unmistakably Mon.tna"s .

who'was in Miami on business, returned yesterday for a visit with notified and required to present any races, the gambling, and some ofi i
claims and demands which you or fiancee knew that what he
yesterday relatives. either of you, may have againstthe the night life so evident else-
had .
estate of Medford! K. Kellum,, where. The town is not large Treaty told he was true.
: I I Sr., deceased, late of Monroe Count signed. "If I go away. the best half of the
JVed W. Delaney, grand nas'. i Dr. N. C. Pintado who was in -. Florida, to the lion. Hugh Uunn.County enough and the few who are not world will be behind But I Ien't I ,
anxious to live I me
of ;Monroe at
Judge County a tense, excitablelife
ter of masons! for the Stale of Miami for a short stay on busi-
his office In the County Courthousein will seek 1918 -- Announcement made stay and be a happy cat by the
both the climate and I
Florida, and .Wallace-, Chevtss"' nest,.,re turned .jesterday. I Monroe County Florida" within I
grandmaster arrived I \ u fight': calendar months from the, atmosphere of this. place! aSj, it, that C9 U. ''S; ships .sunk by snbfaarines I j fire Something would catch me i
last| y& ... date of the first publication hereof.All :. at present. in i l.ait-'reat t '' . j jIF by the hair of the head and yankme
d p !tonseet with the l local.{ \t'er-I Roelio) Cabrera was! a visitor in claims and demands not presented : -- ; r I
within the time and in themanner Now about the poor fish: a thousand miles away into some
tw& '
Miami for 'days'and returned i-St I
C. O. Ackerman was a returning i yesterday. barred prescribed: herein law shall be:.Jiave.. cen the aquariums in_ ; ; YOU. LOVEIIOTNERs' f fc. sort of trouble. . Furnished_ *hvo-st ory'' hoesc'and' lot at 1307 Whitehead -
I I> daoav:1'J.b1.: I>. 1933. I'f-York Honolulu and elsewhere.They 5''
visitor yesterday from Miami TIEN TELL HER THIS street. exclusive'neighborhood.. Beautiful vie
IDA KB MUM SHAW ,IJAMKS all differ in .,
where he went for a visit to rclqtivcs. -I J. Shatterly who was in Key Kxecutors: of the J.Last111 KHL.LUM.and I IAs I;I,I None have the taste or setting of UktaMir 1 of the sea and overlooking Coral Park .'
West for a few days on. a pleasure I I AM 87 AND EAT AND SLEEP WELL.
Testament of Medford R. Kellum,I'; this one here. There are detailsIf For and
price terms to
I visit, left yesterday for his Sr., L cc.r Miss Hope Robertson. of Orange I home in New York. janj-o: febe-n
Court House, Virginia arrived you have e I Iis
I I AfJ'in The Office
i blotch
yesterday for an extended visit as Miss J. Ran Riper left yesterday pimply 'I
guest of Mrs. W. Hunt Harris at afternoon for her home in New Mexico's state prohibitionlaw j complexiontryResinol TONIC REGULARLY. AND THIS IS or
the home on Caroline street New York, after spending a few declared unconstitutional lsl .t;: WHAT KEEPS ME UP.
was I t : > I Evan Evans'colorful story of Residence 1309 Whitehead Street
weeks in Key West. ;
by the state supreme court, resulting whelp nature heal -
Frank J. Dunn, of the United I in the freeing of eight j' such surface rsBASKETBALL .Jj. . IT. what happens when an irrepressible
States Customs service, arrived Cringo teams up with bandit to
Mr. and Mrs John Cates who men. I' ,. ...
from Jackso \'iIIeesterda)'. and 11 had been spending about a weekin I do a good tleed: -and finds a ntw .'

reported to Deputy Collector G. Miami visiting relatives', returned A well producing carbon dioxide' GAME Get Your romance ir the bargain. ..............................................a*
N. Goshorn for duty at Key West.' to Key West yesterday over gas more than 98 per cent pure -, \INOL Today atJrientalPbarmacy STARTING FRIDAY IN "lIIIIPP..6..1I.4TPIIIIPII.
the highway. While there, Mr.\ was drilled near Albuquerque, Tomorrow Night i .1 a].. '
Everett Russell, manager of Cates attended the big fight card N. M.\ FERA GIRLS vs. SENIOR THE CITIZEN -- --

the Key Wet branch of a nation- :put on Monday night. They were HIGH GIRLS ;SUBSCRIBE; WEEKLYjpo't
____ I ,, FOR THE CITIZEN-20c
ally known oil company returned :i accompanied on the trip home by HIGH SCHOOL GYM 'IIIIIII
yesterday from a brief visit in''! Mrs :Mary\ Demeritt. sister of Mr. . HelpsPREVENT I
Miami i Cates. Children hOc Adulti 25c
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FRUIT SHIPMENTAT I distribution immediately after arrival many coldsJUST FAST FREIGHT SERVICE 'Hoodwinked




A shipment-of fresh- fruits and I]l PHONE IS2-M. dec20! Steele in I! and BOSTON< I The correct stumbling positioning! No jumps of;., its! "D_ To get the :mpnal l Darin 100% Part Paint

vegetables will arrive here this_. Indiana court upholds right of i 11 11Bob I optical center makes Panoptikan sure to \ MADE IN BALTIMORE. | rwm'AIII'
evening:: over the highway for press! to criticize the bench. Il TOMBSTONE TERROR I From Key Weft alternate Fridays easy bifocal for patient to look for Davis 100% Pure Paint ha often keD ADCTHERHDAVIS ..

Lowe's Cash Grocery on Division New Serial ahd Short Reel I I' From New York alternate TueiI -' "get used to.: Jump of imageas *w'a this Label ,but never duplicated. ..----

street ;, Matinee 1020cBENJAMIN I days vision passes from the distance Davu 100% Pure Paint conform 7 with :::::::-..
The products will be ready forBumsteadsWonnSynip1. COUGHSDon't : 10-1 S"; Night ,:i From portion into the segmentis all pure paint Laws and it the only paint G=.--
let them -- tAla.i Saturdays., eliminated. Sidewalks, curbs P j that .carries a guarantee of purity.' ==.:..

I hold. Fight them quickly.get a strangle Creo- LOPEZ jl I e \E\\' CHILEANS! t. KEY WEST: and steps appear in their true PAINT Cook for this Guarantee on the label- :s-s_
mulsion combines 7 helps in FUNERAL HOMEEstablished I Alternate AVrdBeaday. ArriveKey i and normal positions. II
Powerful but harmless. Pleasantto one. I: \\.co.t itrroad' dar .U.'a&. I W.has o>.. .. tioa met!.."....,Punt & ....oIaailu......*.
To ilrartlom..1dJ.r..1ir"I of merry" Wtiwo take. No narcotics. Your own 49 Year I I! Y DR. J. A. VALDES AD __ ..... by r i. DaiuUur. -4 ..... ahrwaa o-s.a l":

"''AIL". Ikrvplt mn followed.keurriiT and Irt.1'e.K mormon druggist is authorized to refund Key W...'. Oldest CLYDEMALLORYJiite OX l'***'",< /aw BALTIMOREMH'G. 'r-
i Orthogon Soft-Lit Licence
M t of MIMONIN. contain full doM.r I 24-Ho.r Ambulance Service *
Mee4 br ..laty..u.s-rer'one a te.t.buttle.rt. .h.ld .tern ah.r your cough money or cold on is the not spot relieved if your by LJceaa4 Embalmer. I! C. l:. !SMITH. C."*. " 532 DnTal Street .... I C. ROBERTS Corner Caroline and, William StreetsPAGE
rt. C. A. ....cea. M. 1"J&JJH4I1pha!. Creomulsion. Key Weett '
(tdv.) Ph. 138 Night 6W-W J .. I