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Title: The Key West citizen
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: March 4, 1935
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
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daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
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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 )
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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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-Associated- Service.Press Day Wire f : '\. ,'' Utb itW cst (( Key West, Florida, has the

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For 55 Years Devoted to the t most equable weather in the

Best Interests of Key West country; with an average '

range of only 14 Fahrenheit i

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VOLUME LVI. No. 54. KEY WEST FLORIDA, MONDAY, MARCH 4, 1905.
I PRICE. FIVE CENTS;?


One. Major Question Lies f PURSUIT PLANES QUIET SITUATION: CAMP; VETERAN 'MAYOR MALONEJO- Trammel! Works To Establish

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ARRIVE AT THIS AT >CAMP:: APPEARS NUDE OPEN STAMP AND

Behind Washington 'Dispute; New Office Of

PORT YESTERDAY 'COIN EXHIBIT HERE Deputy United

SHERIFF THOMPSON REPORTSNO TAKEN I IN CUSTODY YESTERDAY
Are Times .G tting\ Better?
\: TROUBLE AT MATE- I AND PLACED IN States 'Marshal-At Key.Wes
CAPTAIN D. CLARK' AND 18
CUMBE WILL BE GIVEN ON THURS-
CITY JAIL
I OTHER OFFICERS MAKEUP .
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EVENING MARCH 7,
Great Speculation Over INSTALLATION -
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GROUP; ATTEND LUNCHEON I WILLIAM BISCHEL
Sheriff K. O. Thompson who Appearing in the "altogether"on AT SHOWROOM OF GATO &I I Florida Senator

Roosevelt's Recovery CEREMONIES ATSTATCCOLLEGE I I AT DELMONICO I II and was returned in Key West yesterday for a short afternoonto stay the Duval porch street of a yesterday boarding morn-placeon NAVARRO INC. I NOWENROUTETO With Attorney

Policies In Meeting f ing about 8:30 -
I o'clock one of
-, ) :t I In acceptance of an invitation Matecumbe said that so far the veterans who were in the cityyesterday ; RAIFORD Relative To
there has been no trouble at Mate- Mayor William H. Malone\ will PRISONPRISONER
visit
Depression ''to Key West Captain D. began to harrangue the I
I I I Clark and 18 officers of the Twentieth cumbe, and he did not anticipateany. passerby with an explanation (?) open the Key West Stamp and For New

GOVERNOR DAVID SHOLTZ Pursuit Group U. S. A., arrived of the situation at Matecumbe. I
By BYRON PRICE. I I in 10 pursuit planes and one The situation was not one to be He did not claim to be nudist. Coin Exhibition at 8 p. m. on RECENTLY GIVEN
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If hirf .f linear A rUlr4 SCHEDULED TO GIVE ADDRESS alarmed he said.
I.r.... Ua.bU. *<... I transport plane from Chapman over, While the Apparently he believed that freedom Thursday, March 7, at the show SENTENCE OF FIVE YEARS n
.| Field yesterday morning. men who were on strike did not of limb J ; rrl.l'V
Reduced to simple language, ON OCCASION OTHER accompanied freedom -
,; Before coming down at the Pan show any disposition to return to of speech and that his talk room of Gato & Navarro, Inc., on LEFT YESTERDAY IN CUS-,
the current dispute in Washing SPEAKERS TO BE HEARD I I American landing field the aviators -, work, they would either do so or would'be more highly
I appreciatedif Duval and Southard streets. TODY OF SHERIFF
treated Westers be ejected from the it 3
Key to was
a camp .
tool i i. over this one points given while he was: cans: clothes,
succession of thrills with a number ,understood cans shoes, sans all wearing .The display i$ ,will be open, to the 1 ,-,
Are Mr.. Roo.evelt'<. recovery, ("rrftal .t.i1hehL'ItItrl I I of intricate'and sensational evolution .,It is anticipated that; the order;; parel. ap ,

; actual TALLAHASSEE; Mar..4.-An overthe: cityAfterlalldie; of Governor Sholtz for guard and I general PQbIL .* -.fees<. ,of; :anyi i v William.BiscbeL' sentenced
policies nuking gains HU advent in natural hal.ilimeptli "
II' 4 i five .
yurs.
impressive featured by I \ arrivals were patxot4utytoftroopsof! the Flor- n'lthe;.at.tepenit,
program \ : kind
against the depression, or are,,!Addresses. of distinguished educe,,j,\\m ;by-J. Gerry... Curtis assistant da.j:j National Guard.at the camps, he did not last ,very, long ad twill--beVcharged: fki l i of tiny'at' fiord,. is, now on' t{

they not? tOf$.'has been arranged.at-Ar"lorida Flpirda" ERA administrator wHo ,yvill1: bq, revoked within the next''' Lerto wan Camero captured by Officer in \,A1- the -exhibition expressed the,, belief -] -way,to.begin'serving--hia; senterHJIfe
placed taxi
State i College for Women.f or. the.extended,,the invitation totheraviri- few days and officers and men' and a : ; lefti-yestarday afternooaustwly ,
It is true, there is plenty of installation ceremonies,of.,Florida,, .severalweeks ago, and .others will be-. ordered home. taken.to the city jail_ Ill' was r that,rnnany' KeyvWesteri wilt I ,ofShetltf. K,( O. Thoj
not in a cell for any length of tim i_I'Mn.foa-urii
talk of other things. From one(Alpha-chapter of Phi Beta'Kappa forming a welcoming group ,, before he began calling for hi; wanttoeeerprooftfor. : the assert. iwlterehewasilacedlin5cberga.
here today and tomorrow. I, Later the aviators were guestsat of a guard
side issues an appeal to "ntoral I The layout on Page Two shows a delightful luncheon served at WRITER ON COX with clothing.the He was clothes soon supplied lion that tramp!r collecting an I I the prison who was schedule!
end after
necessary leave Miami :this morning
principles" and "sacred rights"which Dr. Theodoi-e II. Jack, president the Delmonico restaurant on Du- educational and recreational hob- I /
I being kept in jail until! sober
of other bl
group prisoners
val street. Besides Mr.
who PAPERS PLEASED
,of Randolph-Macon Woman's College Curtis by. Roosevelt .
Mr. Roosevelt is alleged to ]left in the afternoon for camp. President and: several for the penitentiary. -
was toastmaster, other
who will install guests were
the chapter
of his cabinet !, '
One citizen who witnessed the : members are
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I i I Mayor William II. Malone Wil- Bichell was arrested<< Deccmhj
have put under foot. On the Tuesday morning at 9 o'clock the
three out-of-state speakers Dean'; '',, )Ham R. Porter president of the WITH FERA WORK I I display said that the man was al- I devoted to' stamp collecting. Only 14 after an unsuccessful atte

other side resounds the rallyingcry I Virginia C. Gildersleeve of Bar- First National Bank; Robert light, he had heard of the "!"ocaladministration's last week Secretary of the Interiors to rob the cafe: of Frank Rob orI
Spottswood chairman of the [ idea that cit'unas ]Harold I on Duval street' He
Ickes started
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of a "new idealism" which nard College)) ; Dean Christian wrote a personal
Transportation Committee of the MANIFESTS MUCH INTERESTIN well as visitors would 'lend take a cash box containing
Gauss!! of Princeton University, Utter to Commodore von Mietk- Tore I I Is quite urge*
Mr. Roosevelt is reputed to em and President David A. Robertson !''FERA! ; Lieutenant Robert Krueger p icolor to the scheme of things: bj than $300 .but 'was frustrate\ *} by:
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body. of Goucher College Governor / U. S. A., and William Del E'r- ACTIVITIES OF REHABILITATION -appearing t in shorts, and not hav-I Liuba commending the purpose of employes of the place. i i, and will issue a report to
; h ting fchoits he just went !Mr. Stone the exhibition. \
Dave Sholtz who will give the address itt, superintendent of the Seventh PROGRAM BEING When he appeared for preliminary ', him on their findings within
Hut underneath these "one better
ringing r at the Phi Beta Kappa Lighthouse District. Key Wet.ers.ho -are desirous hearing Bfcchel entered! a I| ten
words, public men actually are: ]luncheon on Tuesday; and Dr. During/ the luncheon Captain CARRIED OUTA I I I of displaying their stamp or coin plea of /guilty He was placed, on days or two weeks.

thinking in terms of hard cold re Edward Conradi and Dr. W. G. Clark said that he had been to the TAMPA DELEGATES t collectons. or parts thereof are trial at the last term of criminal I The Attorney Gel1"- '.
sults.: What of Florida State four corners of the United States I I advised to'. consult immediately court and found guilty by j I
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: they really want to Dodd president I' I rYe Tran>.mell declared
know is whether times getting I s I I[ College)) for Women and dean of and in Key West had been giventhe great deal of interest in the 'with Secretary-Treasurer Everett I I Bischel was a paroled prisoner! : believed
are '"|''the college of arts and sciences most delightful'' reception. He rehabilitation )project here at GREATLY PLEASED L. Sawyer 521 Grinnell street. from.the prison. His original/ Sentence that 'if'conditions, the Key

appreciably: better. I espectively. The library in which expressed his appreciation and that Key .West was shown by Walter ,. After Wednesday at 6 p. m., no was fop life on a cbar l'.ot West
The Roosevelt legislative program the formal ceremony of installa- of his associate aviators in happy Locke, editorial writer for the:I WITH RECENT VISIT more entries will be'accepted. criminal asrault, it was said.Muthorities \ area warranted the establishing .

has become entangled in I I I tion will) take place is also pictur- terms. Cox chain of newspapers, during I Adequate police protection for here 0 wrote the pardon of such a new ncl.t .

congress because a cona.ldel'able't ed. Among: other things he raid), a visit here over the weekend. I r; :i property entered in the exhibition board relative to the l'eoteneJ. and j ditional t office the
relative to Key West, that this was! Mr. Locke was accompanied by : has I been promised. by ,Chief of parole and asked what steps' Wre4 department -
I Dr. Gauss will
number take the Monday
of members posi speak: EXPRESSIONS
evening at>8:15 o'clock'on "The an ideal place for a landing field I M'rs. Locke and. theirvson..Francis: ..... OF' APPRECIATION Police Ivan Elwood. In addition'i necessary and what action was.to; would lend the pro-
tion that he RooscVelt: policies College Student and His Couni SndTic'hoped to see this realizedin : P. Locke who is on the reportorial: .FOR HOSPITALITY i to 'tKaf, Scoutmaster J.:; A, Boza: I be taken at Tallahassee: [ :, 'ij *- 1 1r r posaiIts* t t'approval.- ''-- ru; i

have been tried and found want Dr. Robertson Tuesday : i the near future. staff of the Miami Daily News. I, :. of Key West Troop No, 5 o* ''the'l j A reply was ,received that when ,
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ing in results, that whatever improvement morning at 10:30: o'clock on'i' After the luncheon guests and I The three apparently felt the;, SHOWN RECEIVED IN LETTER Boy Scouts of America will assign !sentence' was passed the board][ Although the head-

has taken place ha* "Universities in Memoirs" and hosts went to Club Miramar where appeal which so many feel after' one scout to each tableFrames would act. Consequently on Feb-''xiuarters of the

been artificial and purely teiu-i 1|! Dean Gildersleeve Tuesday afternoon -!. the time was spent in dancing until I spending a few hours in Key:I TO M. E. GILFOND To Be Numbered I ruary 25 at a recessed tension of ,, prospective

I orary, that further large-scale'': at 3 o'clock on "Education'' about 4:30 o'clock when the II West' and none of them wanted;!, i, Etch frame exhibited doing criminal court Judge J. Vining deputy marshal, would be in

spending merely would send good!I for Today.;' All addresses will be visitors boarded the planes and" to leave the Island City when 'opening: night!: will be numbered." Harris rentenced Bischell to five Key' West, Trammell .
money after bad. j I I tI' irf the college auditorium. !1 I took off for Chapman Field <-n I plane departure time arrived yes 1'I I Expressions of appreciation for Upon leaving the showroom! each years in prison and instructionswere explamtd

It is upon this realistic basis!t President/Conradi and Dr. Tod'lI route to their starting place at terday. They arrived Saturday: the hospitality) extended in Key visitor u requested to cast a vote received relative to his dis- that he would serve
I| Barksdale Field, N. Y. I (West were received today by M.! giving: the number of the frame pofal. major
that the discussion really rests. I were recently honored by their i morning by plane and stayed until -|: the part of the sputh-
Not even the President's hardiest': selection as foundation members I yesterday. The visitors were!/''E. Gilfond. acting Florida ERA: which held the most appeal for

foes dispute i that he would con for the chapter of Phi Beta Kappa LARGE CROWD guests at the Casa Marina. j,I I administrator here from the Tam- him. The number receiving the AWARD PRIZES INSALEOFFLOWERS ern section( of the "tip" of

tmue to dominate the situation to be installed here. i; ,I Mr. Locke's headquarters aie" pa delegation which was in Key most, votes will be the winner of Florida,
completely whether he is right or i in Dayton Ohio but he spends a West[ for part of "La Semana the ,grand |rize.: Although/ lIe\'t'rll': ,

wrong, if only it were proved beyond Governor Dave Sholfe will not!: EXCURSION considerable part of his time Alegre." i coin collections will be exhibited, -

dispute; that he is driving!i be at the ceremonies it was ]earned [ traveling and makes a visit toMlany The signatures of 15 of those-1 1 this is primarily a stamp display. ;4 BROOKLYN FOLK
I in the good-will party were included Among'th coin collections wills
the depression to cover. Marina each winter.
: today at the Casa! i ,
I I in the letter which wa be seen the remarkable display
Take Your Choice I I Hotel where Mr. and Mj>. Sholtand OVER!' 400 ARRIVE YESTERDAY VIOLET ROBERTS GIVEN]
| hearty in its praise of Key West tines of the Sisters of the Convent j LEAVE SUNDAY
Even:; in a realm where family are staying./ The J."oviernor t ; KEY WEST CONTINUES: PLANE BRINGS IN I The I'tterhieh was signed by of Mary Immaculate] of Consul PRIZE FOR DISPOSING OF j i 1
is f'cujeratinfrom a severe
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gunt political claim.. are extl'ava-1 I I Mayor R. E. L. Chancey and oth Charles Lowe.and of Mr. \ ( _
petted, it is remarkable attack of influenza: and under i TO ATTRACT VISITORS GREATEST NUMBERAt
ers, follow in part: nell. l\fccn-I '
the circumstances deems i it' 10 PASSENGERS : I MRS: A.. WIDEMAN AND FAMILY
mates of the practical results of i -
i "We of the Tampa good-will I ,. Arthur Pastorini! has
i in I best to take part in no activities .000.0
Mr. Koosevelt's first; two years ; delegation to your fair city wishto the exhibition committee that he I HAD BEEN SPENDING
the UJittc House differ so widely.until he has recovered.IM1RSHAL'LEAVES. I Excursions: by train Into Key express our sincere apprecia- will enter part of his stamp col the close of the "Flower i j

There are those who hold that l' Wc s Sundays continue'to hold ( Passengers r tion for the wonderful lection. "''Thfai will Sale'ean .' WINTER HERE
i I! ,pn arriving by plane reception- be an oppoVtLiiity.fortKovWesters M4tV\ur\ ay tyJViAjw h lA .., ,
r his recovery program has failed '! :;,\\an gttr.! ,: ctinn f or.visitors'antlYactii this morning were: Frank /given un during our briefi' visit aai f fi ; : to 't'C"k" Brf dtsttt4: fcHA'nnmV' :j (I ud!.. J 1,

dviinitely, that his experiments ;; :j i Sunday there i ia.ia.ai .appreciableflit 'iS 1 ,warts, Eva Swarts. Mary Swarts, i your guests,, tJ',:-.i ; j ooil-, :local!'collectionjjH -.- : l.n 1 i t offs in \\'i, """

arc collapsing)) one by one and ; > lnbe.r o(,arrivalvni '1"1.? ,'* Egberti-jRoaecrans. Aileen Rose- I "We are very happy and'iprUd;:;;:. :On Friday morning 'ati 8:3 0 MjssawftMW'f Jo I r IIU'ed( 51r\ ?. A. WMe"man"son; Meryin,

that in its basic considerations the .., WITHJ ,1dt', JDuripg? thepast few:w eks there!!' I. crane. ;-Jviieph! ,Elscn, Olive Esen! to have the city. of ,KeynWekt' as* o'clock( Cdntntodore"'von'' Mietk'.Liubn. -r' that V fist t ''tJQt&bert s l an/J/ Miss Lillian) ,danger' ., who were

economic ,situatio'sno'ws',' no sign I! .,' If 1 1i JhaVc: ..>; en.largeicrowdal..arrivinfflVv4..Sunday > !.. : Fannie Straw,..II.. II.. Lewis, Pete our neichbor-and we!br.trinatconl-.. ,prwidcnt'; of-the'kejTWestPljilatelio. to':, the amount of $10.10- and was in;) Key' Went'for they'I" ] winter left

of improvement.. p i:i MEXICAN ALIEN TAKER'S: '\, ;486 perbOnlt'-came!in t ; Robineau. "'>, in the hope that /enuine'tipiritf'/ > ; Society,. will 'be'11'thepticst' ''"Wf'AM y 'tirstrp ffYiA..) : i Mverjhejttighwayry'seterday: morning
On the contrar)",- there areIIof.seveIt ''f' for.the afternoon and quite a num- \i Booked tOJI leave this afternoon of neghborliness: will grow as the! Pl' k'fnt( the /general l 'as.: second and, third prizes: were i :
supporters who' assertthat AWAY SUNDAY ,ENROUTE"Wierhslnaincd; | ,over.u.ntnMonday., ?."J]I:at 4 o'clock were: 1 H.[ II.. Lewis, | result of the pleasant contacts rcfnbly 'of/ h'"' KeJ Wept IHtrh': '! aWarded \tdB4CitrighthThoi! Mf for their home ia'' Brookyn.IN. ] .

the battle is definitely won. Yesterday: 420 arrived and some] William Gates Mary P. Polen James' which were made and which \vc School. His 'subject will be announced ' and Marion Taylor, for $9.47 and!, Y. '
Among them is at least one busi I TO JACKSONVILLE of them remained over until this'} Alexander Pete Ifobineau and trust. will multiply in the: future. ]later. The audience will $7.02 respectively, from the rates; I 1 These visitors came for a short

ness man of very large re.iK>n- I afternoon. i II. C. Hall. j "We also! with! to take this op- be conrxwed: of approximately I Others who sold flowers were made+:I'stay and were so delighted with

sibilitics, who says that "the depression I I II 00-0 o______ _ poitunity to congratulate you on COO students, and Principal Horace happy with complimentary ticket: j'I everything! in Key Wert they decided -
is but Washingtonand Jack McParland[ deputy United --- -- / the wonderful transformation: the .
over, I I O'Bryant is inviting: the parent to moving pictures. 'I!l' the
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New York will be the last to1!!' States marshal left yesterday j j that has taken place as the re- of the pupils to attend the The' sponsors ere grateful to spend I winter. Later

realize: it." |i I|, afternoon for Jacksonville, having]I cult of your activities and wi h to address v.-hirh will feature the ed] those who worked fo faithfullyall they were Joined by another son

This important business figure/ in custody Teodoro Zapata.. Mcxi-j( What Is The All-Florida Committee? offer our cooperation in any manner iicational fide of stamp collecting./ II'+' day and to every one who in 'who remained several weeks and

even disposes of the unemployment can who is being held' on a charge I in which you may see fit to Friday afternoon the speaker ,I any manner contributed toward : left Saturday afternoon by train.
situation by arguing that avery ':!: of illegally entering the United j call upon us." will address student in' St.!:, the success' of this worthy under..;T Mrs, Wjdeman and the family

large percentage; of the 20-1 I! States, and will be tried in Unit'dl It is the sponsor of a business-getting movement for all I Joseph's School for Boys and' vaking. i tpent I; the time fishing sun bathing.
000,000 on relief is comjw.sed ofj I j States court. of Florida thereafter'in the Convent of Mary i!, on the beautiful beach and in ths
started :
I a year ago by the state press. Its func- II MRS. J. STOWERS t'I 1
''' When given a hearing last week Immaculate.
who charges |
Persons are public tic'n will be to advertise the state as a whole. I \i! PER OFFICIAL -I
,i before United States Commission* Gala Meeting
even in times of prosperity i I Friday Night '
j It is movement indorsed
chiselers: and others whose woes er C. Rodney Gwynn, Zapata admitted a publicly by President Roose- : BURIED YESTERDAY' Friday night/ at 7:30 o'clock a lightful cityand hope to return
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cannot be charged up to the de; entering/ the country on I gala meeting/ of the sponsoring LEFTSATURDAY- next winter
pression. He puts the number of''1 December 23, 1934, on the Steam- : It is: a cause which has been espoused in a network NBC rociety will be held at the apartment j It was learned from Mrs. Wide.roan .

heads of families who really! want I I ship Munargo.I : broadcast by Senator Duncan AJ. Fletcher. t'. The body of Mrs. John L. Stow of Vice' President and Mrs. ,- 1 that if:ahe can purchase a'
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work and cannot get it at ,1r.OO.-!I It is understood that his bein-r Its first "joiner" in a mobilization] drive to enroll 100- i i i era, who died laU: Thursday in Arthur M.- Brown, 531 Caroline I cozy home near the head of the i island

000or about normal. 'j i taken fo Jacksonville! is for the 000 Floridians at $1 each was Gov. Dave Sholtz., .':Havana arrived Saturday on the street Stamp collectors and prospective OLIVER GRISWOLD, MADE : she will do so and make af't -

This opinion is not, of "tnr.a" ,[l purpose of being: questioned by It has the indorsement Senator Park Tran.m. lI. I[I Steamship Cuba'and was taken at ,, collectors are invited to SURVER OF ;ACTIVITIES :1|I t ranfcemente to spend at.1east.five
accepted even by the aHministrA-1',: the district attorney, relative to It Is a movement led in this city by Mayor William 11. :once to the Lopez Funeral Home. attend. rnoathsrof the"year in Key West.

tion's own relief officials, bet jt': other matters 'than the fact that Malone, your local chairman.Its 'I! Accompanying the body were ],, During Saturday afternoon and WHILE IN KEY WEST j 1!I ... ,,
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illustrates the wide divergence of] '"he, is an alien. destinies and its funds will be entrusted to the pres- I Mr. Stowers and nephew Louis E. evening a number of stamp and i- -
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view. ... r]1ij|'j I I II;9. ent executive board comprising! : I: Winfree. Mrs. Angelique Win-]'''coin frames will be displayed in -- Heffner-Vinson> Stock Co.

Dispute Likely To Continue Martin Anderson Publisher of the Orlando Sentinel; I II I free, sister of the deceased, arrived the show windows of Gato &; Na Oliver Griswold, assistant director '. Toaitht Im
Ralph Nicholson Publisher of the Tam : I! yesterday, from St. Louis and varro. of the Public Relations Department
There is BOXINGTonight I "!u Times; C. P. Hel- "KEMPY Tkree-Act Comedy
these
between extreme of- I fenstein. president of the Florida State Press Association; J. j:her daughter. Miss Maria Winfree I; On Sunday at 4 p. m. the closing FEKA who was spend PRICES REDUCED

which Mr.positions Roosevelt a third himself view has i at 8:45 O'Clock M. Elliott, business manager; : of the Jacksonville Ti Union; I arrived from New York. ceremonies will take place in ing a 'while in Key West, left Reserve, Seat' with Merchant
Funeral services were held 4 Saint
: Ross A. Reeder, vice-president of the Miami J. Cecilia's Hall m the Con Saturday for Washington, Ticket, 'ZSc Reserve Seat
hinted ; Daily News ;
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HIGH SCHOOL
once or twice in public : o'clock yesterday afternoon from vent of Mary Immaculate. Convent Mr. Griswold was making 'a
J. Schumann, publisher of the Vero without Merchants Ticket
speeches.It I Beach Press-Journal G. I I
; Ithe[ chapel to the cemetery where students and graduates wilt I of the accomplishment of .
Pete Nebo Frankie Fleming survey 3Se.
is the view that, wh"therthins vs ,I C. Writings, General Manager of the Pensacola News-Journal, !!!
Judge J. Vining Harris reader for render gas
a program of appropriate the I local administration, and .. Marcheats
G l Admlttloa with,
are improving or not. at GOOD SEMI-FINAL AND and Russell Kay, Secretary of the Florida State Press As- I[the First Church of Christ, Scientist mneic. A' representative of The highly pleased with the activitiesand r Ticket, ISci GeBeral

least the "new deal" policieshave : PRELIMINARIESReaened sociation. in Key West. officiated. ; Key Wes Citizen will present the results obtained. ( AdnmtUa. without M.rek .U
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kept the nation's economic Seats $2 plus 20c tax This board will be supplemented after Mobilization Week [ Pallbearers were: William S. prize: to the winner of the./essay Accompanying )fr. Griswold Ticket 25c.

structure alive and saved. it from Reserved Seats $1.50 plus 15c by the 80-odd city chairmen now directing Mobilization Week Eakins Clarence 11. Pierce T. K. contest conducted: by' this news-]t was his mother, who also enjoyed' Reserve, Year Seats at

the complete collapse which many: tax| General Admission 1 plus I Il over Florida. Your voice in the All-Florida Committee will j Warren. Pressey L. Weatherford, paper. The ward'of the grand her Key West visit: She was toj PACE'S SODA FOUNTAIN
thought it faced on March 4,1 I lOe tax. be that of your ]local chairman Mayor William H. Malone. | Frank Johnson and Charles H.i i prizes of the exhibition will.close I stop over at ''Vero Beach for Phone .117WAGNER'S .

1933.. I I l I J!Ketchum. i this four-day event. .stay*bef ore proceeding north. al

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Published Dally Kicept,Sunday By Forty-odd years candidate for e4
ago a II ...... .. ....... .
TUB! CITIZEN: ,1'L'IILlKliINa CO. INC. I. eee e .e.l.eee e ..... r.r eae...
.. the presidency of the United States
L. P. ARTMAJl.! .*.W..f. was i
I Dr. John H. Wigmore of Northwestern 1C81-William Penn securedrhsrter
From Tb Cltisen Building suffering from cancer of the mouth. But
Corner Greene and Ana Sirssti I Univ., world's foremost : and grant of land which
the fact was known only to himself and x .v '1 e, authority on the law of evidence, included Pennsylvania) an.! Ikda-

Only Dally Newspaper in Key MVt\"vnd Monro. his physicians and he was elected. The 'born in San Francisco!' 72 years ware.
I ago.
County. story of this remarkable case was recalled.: ,rrw 1Wev
Uutered at KeJ' \y> t. Florida ai Second claaa matter 1789 Date scheduled torTi
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the death !; .
by of Dr. W. W. Keen, who assisted I r ,. Gen. Charles P. Summerall U.
FIFTY-MXTH YEAR in performing a secret operation on .. \ S. A.. retired, born at Lake City, first! congress: to meet in !New
leader .t ta. A..elateta 11'ten the fr c 4die $ I Fla., 68 years ago. .Ycrk City-but quorum of bofh
:be Aisoclated Press li xclu ltly. entitled to UM distinguished patient. i I -- house"* dud,. not appear (nntil April,
-r rcpuiaicatlon of all news dispatches creditM* else tIt Shortly after entering upon his second Dr. Richard Tbtman *. ;'i I '. (' II'
or not otherwise credited In this paper an : i C. ofjtrteiCal. i //i r179U
I be local news published lere.'NATIONAL . . term as president in 1893, and during the V.wcNeQ i. : I !. Inst. of Technology) fanrtfd!; ,, 1
> Cats E t y, .hjsicit, born tt West Newton, Vermont admitted to
(DJR'lAli ) panic of that year, Grover Cleveland's con- a Ell CldPlsrt Ru ''r. AERN LAt.Yrs -f

1 I ASSOCIATION dition became such as to necessitate sur- I r. F Q/N Gradss rDll r : . ''ihY: Y. + ?a a '., F C.J>Jnn DR llslry F I I'rINtVrJ I Mass.. 54 years-.apo. g Statehood.HO ..... 1
7935 r'1l t. y' "t"w". J.l4F FfORY l ,; :. .
gical aid. Fearing public knowledge that 4 : rJJMEN William: M. Bullitt of Loui 1 le. 1837 Chicago, population{

S1o8C"lrrIOV: RATES he was afflicted with cancer would further '' Ky., noted lawyer born there, 62 about 4,000 incorporated as a
e Year _, _. 111.0Month. years! ego.Channinfi.
_- .o: depress the economic situation Cleveland k : '54ies, city.
__ I.ti0tonth
e Months I
- ttI arranged to have an operation performed 7fRN / C' t c t ,ro i Pollock of New York,
::11 secretly. LaERSLEEaGMlrl "<, dramatist-author born in Washington 1849-This day being; SlIn .i.

ADVERTISING RATES o D. C., 55 years ago. and the old president's! term 'of
awn on application. This was done on the yacht Oneida tit 3 v Y office having expired whereas? tbe .

SPECIAL MOT1CB! owned by Commodore E. C. Benedict 54 Thomas S. Stribling of Clifton. incoming president could no$ Jw
11 K, notices notices. card of thank, t.eolattos..1ary Tenn., no\'eJi't. torn there, 54 sworn in till the next day, Dc.'
etc. wilt b. cbarg 4 for at while cruising in the waters of Long' Island -
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cents a line.tntertalnmenta. years &co. R. Atchison. U. S. Senator from
by charcbeii from trhlcfcderlred Sound. A part of the president's leftjag ( Mo. as president. pro tem of' !ie
are 6 cent. a line
n open forum and invites dlaens. and a portion of his palate were cut Dr. Henry B. Ward noted 100llojrist. senate was president fof the .day.! >
C and subject of local or general
publish anonymous conatnanl ,away as the yacht slowly steamed along.In 1 permanent-secretary of the -
American Association! for the Ad- 1933-Franklin D. Roosevelttook
five he able to walk ashore
days was, : - S I Ivancement of Science born at oath of office as president.York .
b-
from what was supposed to be merely a .- a 4 rr S 1 ,17 i.' Troy, N. Y., 70 years ago.

EY'WEST recreation cruise. What had really hap- City noted artist born Fitt
THE CITIZEN P Mj Ellen G. Emmet Rand of New Fan, Frtnciscoyt'ars ago \
pened was never publicly known until Dr.
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Keen ,related, the story in 1917. Hu'1.(?. .t : ':s

President Cleveland 'served. out ,his j/; '- r5j I- 1 STEAMSHIP Co.

oadlto Main- term, 'as everyone. knows,.and. -lived. until, ; ; IaR _ P&O 'I

'1908, some. 15, years after the'operation, UNITED STATES FAST

had: been performed.; vulcanized rub- e MAIL ROUTES FOR ,, '

ber substitute for the removed. :jawbone ..'; e 4PU 1 PORT'TAMPA-HAVANA-WEST INDIES

1 Effectiv.! April 27, 1933 t
had aided him in keeping his secret.
i PpECDfuT Leave Key Welt for Havana Tuesdays and Fridays, 12:2Cy'
.y P. M. .
J '.t t iDVARD
ea. FRES/OENT 7t1EJDaPE fl.e1.9C CaNRqpIr Leave Havana for Key West Wednesday and Saturdays ,1
THE CHISEL ;r YA1iPi! Mr1CJV W 1r1v Qi.a z a GCL'6QNJQ atW SIOLTZ Q Fwgioe Sr4TE CLLEcE fOR )Lf35?&! I 9:00 A. M.Leave. I

knty and City ___ _____. .____n ____--- --- -- Key West for Port Tampa Wednesdays and Saturdays -
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The following editorial taken from an 6:30 P. M. ,
negro that accompanied another|I fishing: an l rinds his greatest success Tickets Reservation and Information at Ticket Office oa tli;.'
advertisement contains a lot of truth, a KEY WEST IN negro a few nights ate oho entered i in waters adjacent to Key Deck 'PhoB 71 ,
deserved condemnation and an observable the residence of C. Ilrowru J. II. COSTAR. .....L '
Life battles I West.
has i its .
mostly
nc ,
fought out in the heart'of: the injunction. :It bears reading: DAYS GONE BY Patterson on Caroline street. . . .
individual. I I"appeni.al I I -- --- - -- ----- "'- -
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It, was a sad experience while it last- Here Just 10 Year -- .-

ed That little tool . the "chisel" was Ago Today A* Taken From I|I City Council last:; night'granted :

Failures have one attribute; they certainly one of the most depressing instruments in ,. The Files Of The Citizen t I i permission for the Key West Fire: /

can think up excuses for their the business world. No matter how good II I I Department to operate a carnival: 't be BOydwinkec'Do"
failures. I in Key West for two weeks beginning ,
More than off;.
made a product . no matter how 27,000 pounds '
you
: March 9!I. It i is said therewill
fish were lost last night when the :,
well you served your customers . no i!': be 10( different shows!, five1 I ACCEPTING'IMITA"DONS
The false prophet is known by the matter how much value for the runboat Standard, owned by the ': rules and ffi! concession*. Tin j
you gave Thompson Fish (company sunk. i|I To let the original I Davit 100% Pare Paint -
carnival) will IIP located at the
multitude of his enthusiastic, followers. mpney . there was always somebody : The boat left the fishing fleet to I 1! foot of Simonton street nppositej:: j : >Y Be Sure" to MADE IN BALTIMORE. nan tun
Vide Townsend, and Huey Long.Take bring the catch to Ky West! .. If look.. for Davis 100% Pure Paint has often kin MADETHEHRDAV1S
around the corner with the chisel to offer I the! Key We't Electric company'car
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sunk when a short distance from( waa wvMT imitated but never duplicated. r:_.::..
I "something just as good at a few cents ; the shore. Delseel Albury and a l>arn. II 1 I t this Label Davis 100% Pure Paint conform 2 with -repouvn' - -

time off'to, .'glve jrbur personal. less." companion were on the boat when IA fW all pure paint Law and 1* the only. paint =:=-=

support to some of the, organizations and No reputable manufacturer ever begrudged it Went down. They were saved. '!I P that carries a guarantee of purity. r =====-.:
Editorial) Comment A little
associations that are ;.working, to 'Im.prove'Key I the ability of his competition to floated After several and saved.hour:It the was boat broughtto was more use of
West. ...fr' find better methods of production to reduce port. nlih: into building* and 9 little sny Mhtr Pam a4na6cturdas-..ieaLrwoenut9 .
--_- -_,..:._- costs. Usually these so-called "bar- less of it for driving pessimistic t! AU our pru.i.u..r. ark by M in Baliuwm and ...... ....._.h Dulm ugly
ideas! : into rf'Opfo"' minds i i-:; needed /898 r
According to Red Davis;, about the. gains" were at the expense of quality, Mr*. C. r... Crittenden sister of in Key W('st. i! Co.l.tdlisMd BALTIMOREMn

only sure way to cure a cold:,is..to lay in a workmanship and labor. As a result, the :Rev.Mrs. C.E. R.II. D Minturn, Ciittenden Ire visitinT, ,and I, G. C. ROBERTS Comer Caroline and William Streets

supply of woo 'a'n-4 coal.. Ojr come to Key buyer got no more than he paid for-often their relatives in Key West, and '
The robber! of the Win I I': Roberts .
West where there is need for neither. less-and the whole nation paid the are guest? at, the Casa Marina. store on Duval rjreet now' -. --
Mrs Minturn, an artist of note. C.4Y.d'.AI"dAi'II.l 'II"A'I :l I.'IP"4F.lII "
penalty in reduced incomes turns out to he a Cuban boy 10
The man isoppose to monopolies[ intends, to paint some of Key years old.) The boy looted the flrr Now the chisel should be put back in We t.s beautiful colors and) wonderful arrested \
February 22 and was to-i
unless he happens to have one, and there the tool chest! Every thinking citizen sunsets.Leaving New 'York day. A part of the money stolen i'

are those who have monopolies but selfishly realizes that the future depend upon adhering in cold, icy winter, she reached was:' recovered. The boy's relatives'

do not want others to have them. to the principles of fair dealing. i mer.Key West Key West to find has June a warm and'reception sum-- will Roberts refund! Officer! the balance Niles made to Mr.the S GRAND PAINT SALE i'i'AU

This is the purpose of the N. R. A. for all who seek an ideal arrest.

"Gravy" who writes .about Golf for climate. ;,I I
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The'Citizen admits he1 doesn't know what THINGS ONE REMEMBERS i!
"law and order" means. His ignorance of The following telegram was received -'. After a long suspension the This Month-Or As Long As Present Stock Lasts
by Dr. Joseph!' Y. Porter ministers of Key West are again
what once was so highly prire'd( is excu..' R. M HOFER '
(By ) president of the chamber of commerce holding meetings. They are being Regular Price Sale Price
able. The writer h in his 'class,,and years Recently I talked to a district manager of one yesterday from Senator held in the Fleming Street Methodist : Per Gal.
Duncan U. Fletcher "Rivers and church every Monday: motn,* .Per Gal.
knew what : '.
they meant but doesn'tknow
ago of the )largest brokerage houses in the country lie
harbors bill to he approved by Sntr at 1J0:30( o'clock. 'Ai' rC' Mll1Ut''tlt1flntw.osink. :" ..SJlER'INV;'LLIAMS! :METROPOLITAN -,. 'l'*i ,*rfJ' .,, ., { ;
anymore. Somebody: us, please. commented on the fear and uncertainty that political for the preliminary : -
president provides wad made
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'wjirrgi; : r t4o
investigations of industries -engender in the examination and survey of':; preri,1enLnnd'rte7.-Bryant. !IN'r-'i (1':1' .1r15 $
West harbor the'north and tar vml ': treasure J' Five Gallon cans 4.7V .-.lw--. .,, ;!f .
Key .
Under the caption "A Secret; Operation , public: mind. As an example, he brought up the on > A i.t.:.. j I. .J -r .e :r
west water front with view to ,' &' 5k'w'I ooi{ me
," today's: editorial ,comments o'h the most! recently announced investigation--that! of deepening the channel to a 30 feet'I I -"*.1 .: ,{.'s'','vj .. {i. .SHERWIN WILLIAMS.METRO-,, ,,nr!! ,1'A ;1' I .","

operation secretly performed oh 'Gr ver the telephone( system. along the docks and from Whitehead -;j t I ThtmjtfrnjfKent? ": ) Yacht': Ar:1.: : POLITAN hAT WHITE; '451.( : ':i QV/\ ') { .,'.,1. I. JPI"l.50'

Cleveland on the' yacht Oneida, owned by He said that shortly after the announcement Spit buoy to 30 fE't'nlong;|L W JK.Vl'lJerbilt.; owners Lived One Gallon Cans j ",'1'.[,-..':.I.',."I.:..;. '.'I'....,- A .c/U .1".1' .
head Spit buoy to the Florida East! in port this morning from Havana '
Commodore E. C. Benedict. I Fore yean which brought a harp drop In telephone '
? Coa t Railway terminals. I was and. will remain for several) SHERWIN WILLIAMS MASTER
the "Oneida" called at Key West regularlyeach ftock. an old couple whom he knew came: into his very glad to' have this provision days.. Mr. Vanderbilt is a lover of

year and remained for some time. office. The man did odd gardening jobs while his, incorporated in the hill." It is i'I 1; PAINTERS FLAT WHITE 9C 2 25' 1.80
underrtood that this project will BENJAMIN LOPEZ One Gallon Cans ____....__-.._-_....... .
Because the commodore was a popular wife tended a small milk goat herd. During a cost about 2000000. FUNERAL HOME ,

host, his annual visits were always looked lifetime they had saved $3,000 which was invested I Establish 49 Yart SHERWIN WILLIAMS FAMILY .

forward to with happy anticipation. in American Telephone & Telegraph stock. Police Officer Cleveland Niles Key Writ's Oldest I OUTSIDE WHITE 8 Q One Gallon 2.10

They wanted to know what to do. They feared arrested a negro yesterday after.t 24-Hour Amt>a!..nce Service Cans ...............:_..................... 2.65
noon giving the name of L...John- Licensed Embalmer I i
Abandonment of all federal emer- for their savings and their dividends. I it
son on Amelia !street. This is the.. PKoB. 13S! NJrU; filrt.W t
gency relief work projects in the district What could the manager tell them Littleor . I
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comprising Dade Broward and Collier nothing. For when politics takes the helm, CONDENSED STATEMENT OF CONDITION OF ;! Sherwin Williams Flat Tone I

counties has been ordered by the regional business! stability flies out of the window. THE FIRST NATIONAL 'BANK I

federal administrator. One of these pro- Savings can be legislated, regulated investigated OF KEY WESTas ," The Washable Flat Wall finish

jects is: the Everglades' National Park and taxed out of existence. at the close "of business December 31, 1934 !

which, when completed, will draw thousands Who ran tell the old couple what to do? Comptroller. Call'' LIMITED QUANTITY OF THE FOLLOWING :

of visitors to this section of Florida. I . . RESOURCES' COLORS: 1

Undoubtedly abandonment! is only tem- From Eugene Oregon a committee appointed Overdrafts Loans Investments,*_-_.._...-._.. r'., $ 305.639.43 71.61! II i Canary Yellow ,Olive TanCream ; t" + r tIt JJ' t;

porary and work on the project will be at a mass! meeting of 2,500 people has Canting House, Furniture ,' ..: Silver Gray Gray ...r t'- .
and Fixtures' ...,..___ t
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33082.33
resumed as sooh as ,money is made avail sent a telegram to President Roosevelt asking; him Bonds of States and Pov Orchid Caen Stone (: J}.. 1 h :

able. to withdraw the "paupers' pension plan" and sub- sessions ofthe United ."" I I'' .
States __ ',';" 139370.63 GALLONS Regular Price ?2.80, -

stitute a bill "which provides for a program of na.tion'al Dther: Bonds and Seoeuritit's. 74,204.03 Sale Price..... . ...... .....__.......'. .__.. '_-__._ $2.20
Federal Relief Administrator Hopkins recovery economic rehabilitation social improvement Stock of the Federal Reserve v c'-
Bank'... ..__ "
got another $80,000,000 from the humanitarian achievement and crime Temporary! Federal l De- 6000.00. .QUARTS, Regular Price 85c, 65c :

PWA and that amount will be sufficientfor prevention." posit"! Insurance> 'fund 1.95401 Sale Price .___................. _-.-.....___.____.___ i
three weeks in March. After that he The desire to United States- ;GovernmenliObligations t'" !
seems to be camouflage the,idea .. direct .' -

will not know which way to turn unless of"n public dole and make therecipient of public and fully guar- :.,
< anted .._____x.$832,744.73 i !" ;
congress speeds up the measure over whichit funds contributed by the taxpayers, think he i is Cuh'abd'due- from,Banks 495.1CS.97 1327913.70, South Florida Contracting & Engineering Co. d
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is squabbling or adopt the resolution of getting some kind of a royalty 'or dividend from ffff

Republican Leader Bertrand Snell which anewty discovered estate left'-by a wealthy uncle. :LIABILITIES 1888235.79 fe Phcce 593 White and Eliza Street ,

would make immediately available $880,* They nay ft rose would! be ai! sweet by'any I Capfta! ....- .= : -_...$ 100.000.00 :

000000. Then the work relief bill couldbe other name. Have American citizens! !Cached a Surplus and Undivided ,Profits __---Ji+i.90T.43Circulation !\ "Your home is worthy ofthebeat"
_____ ,,_- .- .. ?... 100,000.0"Deposits
discussed! "at leisure," with the chances point Where they will accept charity more readily I .., ..4", ..:.. ', ;...- --------. 1.633,228.37_. us I
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of getting somewhere under n". : ;
eventually. title -
a. wett-cmelling .I.i.lI.l.lI .1.1'.1.1illl.ll.i.l.l.l.l.l
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:\ MARCH 4. 1935. THE KEY WEST CITIZEN: _ PAGE THREE

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DIAMONDBALL 1 I! ;;: .I PRESIDENT ENDORSES ALL-FLORIDA

Today'sAnniversaries COMMITTEE DRIVE CLASSIFIED

GAME TONIGHT !

COLUMNPERSONALS
SPORTS .............**.........

1748 Casimir the I : ........................
THREE-GAME SERIES TO BE #I I Pulaskl. Polih .
nobleman who fought with the I
PLAYED DURING THIS I Americans in the Revolution and $

./ WEEK died in its service, born. Died at I MORTORIXG to California: Will
i
Savannah Oct. 11. 1770. share expenses and promise to

-.. ..- wheel chewing
- -- I keep alert at the by -

1 I 1778 Robert Ernmet famous > WHjtleys Spearmint Gum
,
( JOVE)
By
All Set For SLUGGERS DOWN There will be a three- me se- Irish revolutionist, born. Executed ,. ,while driving. Wise Motorist
Stage Big Fight mar4ltsi
rie* of diamondball played at Sept. 20, 1803.1781Rebecca f

I LA TROPICALS IN Bay'view Park this week betweenthe i FOUND
Funeral Home and i .A11Il ., '
Lopez ten Gratz PhHadel! > "

Card At School the Busy Bees, the first of which phia Jewish educator and beloved
Tonight Gym ON SUNDAYWINNERS Duval street.
GAME I is scheduled for tonight. The others philanthropist,,:the original oft ttb' k):QUND-Bicycle have on same by call-
,0wrier'may\
i will be played on Wednesday! t Scott's heroine in "Ivanhoe." ,
u _ __ j. fv ( 'ink' at City Jail after 6 p. in.,
i and Friday nights :i born there. Died Aug. 2J. 18<*>9. and
bicycle pajingfor
Frankie Fleming To Meet IN BASEBALL TILT The dub that wins two out of y s 3 z" y identifying mar22tMISCELLANEOUS
this ad.
DIAMOND BALL the trio of games!; will be declaredthe
AT NAVY FIELD LOSE TO 1792-Isaac! Lea, the Philadel-
first half the
winner of the of
Pete Nebo In Main Go phia printer who became one of
BYFERAWORKERS STARS IN SECOND split schedule. j
SATURDAY ACEVEDO
the most noted naturalists of his
There also will be a small col.
Of Program ; Prelim- GAME OF DOUBLE BILL lection taken up to defray the day. born at Wilmington, Del. I :, READ the advertisements in The
Died Dec. R, 1 8G.182"ITht'01l0re. Citizen. You will find it a
I __ expenses of sending William tf
inaries profitable diversion.
Arranged
Cates to the Orlando training

I II At the Navy Field yesterday camp of the Brooklyn Dodgers / D. Judah, the ALL MAKES RADIOS REPAIRED -

TOP FLOOR WORKERS DEFEAT afternoon the Sluggers split a engineer who had much to do with by authorized radiotrician.
By OSCAR PITA double bill of baseball winningthe were knocked out. It was a contest -f i the building of the Pacific rail II IIi IIr Work guaranteed 1107 Varela

The stage it all set for tonight's THOSE ON LOWER of hits galore. I i ways, born at Bridgeport Conn. street. Phone 8G k I opening game from the La The leading batters were F.:'; Died in New York Nov. 2, 1863. i ,;l4 feb23-lmox

fistic program headed by Frankie FLOOR IN EXHIBITION PUT Tropical nine by the score of 8 I Acevedo. Cates and Baker who hit I I Y. '.
three safeties in four times at bat. I i I II
Fleming and Pete Nebo, a pair of ON AT BAYVIEW PARK to 0, and losing the nightcap to I 1861-Arthur C. McGiffert INSTRUCTIONSi
In the
field Cates had nine
the Acevedo Stars to the tune of professor of church history, prt'sjdent -.
well-known fighters to the boxing chances and handled them with- I I #' 3*' .T' # NcrM'f
i individual instruction -
11 to 9. Union Theological Seminary i -Thorough
Armando Acevedo
out an error.
REPORTER leading scholar born at Sati- / I f reasonable. rates.
FERA ) ,
world. (By
. *:Inthe first came, Bethel for also! accomplished this Fame feat. I
-- - "People) avi: Ho"worj; :, pn lop f1oo're ; : Score quoit, N. Y. Died Feb. 25. (ID33.18C9 1.. : 5 ) Charles> Roberts' Studio, 613
The adan<*r'.*U'.f tcketTfcdicates al aVs of those on 'the the'Slugjrers j was in fine shape by innings: R. II. E. -" t I Margaret street.
on top
5 ;: it
z"-'j\l' 1 Sluggers 000 420 300- !9 16
work- and whitewashed l the Beer boys I marl-2-4-G-8-11.13-15x
but the' FERA I
that one, of the largest ilooMcJbefcvf, Stars .... 200 126 OOx-11 12 2 -Brand Whitlock, Ta :)rt
1.
. hdminii! ration head} with ('ae.! allowing only seven hits. : Minister -j
; Batteries ledo Ohio
I : Baker Luciio and !lawyer, mayor, :
crowds bf'*tKe season will witness' s-f iought they could bet- men s-IJ BICYCLES
quart The hitting were able to garner Vallina; Martinez Sevilla and M. to Belgium, noted auth'or,: I
t.pTr.tfi\is condition at diamondball/ i just that mo'unt off Sanchez Acevedo. born at Urbana Ohio. Died hi
the greatest boxing show staged WE RENT the Hour, Day or
) have to be by
but even at this they and Wickers but the Tropicals Summary: Errors: Luciio 2, Ma- I France, May 2-1. 1931. I Week. all makes and

In a local arena since the time atisfied with the being floor the workers"under made five miscues to the Sluggers chin, Ubieta. Hale, AI.! Acevedo, I paint them Repair with Nu-Enamel. We
dog" for top lone
when Jackson and John Nebo them 20 to 10 drubbing at error. A. Acevedo; runs batted in: Mayg f 1888-Knute Rockne famed President Franklin D. Receive, In a tpeclal communication to the carry a'' full supply of parts.
gave a afternoon. The leading hitters were Ma- 1. F. Acevedo 3, Martinez 2, Cas- Notre Dame football coach, born. AII Florida Committee declares All,Florida Mobilization Effort "Not Agent for the Rollfast Bicyclesand
Park Saturday
tangled up some five years back. Bayview chin and C. Garcia with two sin- tellano 1, Al. Acevedo 1, Luciio 2, Died March 31, 1931. Without National Significance. sell them "as'low as $1.00
Despite the large score the gles in three times up. Vallina 1, Ubieta 2, John Navarro Photo shows The Preci::!ert's: message wishing success to the week. L. Stowers Music
J.
Facing what he classes as an 80 was interesting. Both teams Ubieta and Cates accepted 13 Baker I drive being delivered at the White:: House by Col. Edward W. Smithers. per
game 1 2. 2; three base hit: The collections so far are as follows jan8-lmo
I the right Chief of White House Communications; to Col.Albin Dearlng of Company.
in which
better boxer than what had: one big inning chances in the field without an Ubieta; two base hits: Armando At the $25.85 on '
percent the : ames ; Jacksonville Director of the: !n&vcir.c.-.t.: : |Inert shows President Roosevelt : -
I fielders performed tricks with error. I Acevedo 2, Machin, Hale Ubieta Saturday I personally went to various I' and Governor Sholtz of Fioria:! whose: proclamation offering opened FOR RENTrURNISHED
he met in Jimmy Wade Pete Nebo, ball that would make Dante look Score by innings: R. II. E. Ca tellano. D. Navarro. J. Navarro fans and collected $8.00, to the week. -

local idol, has trained himself to I like an amateur. Tropicals 000 000 0-0 7 5 F. Acevedo Martinez; stol- wit: L. P. Artman $2.00; Charles : I BUNGALOW FOR
Ii Gilbert Demeritt was the slugger Sluggers .: 120 050 x-8 7 1 en bases: Lucilo 3. F. Acevedo 2, Perez. Victor Moffatt Hollon Ber- ---- modern
i i RENT All
rasor-edge sLape. The fans will of the game, banging out a Batteries: Sanchez Wickers and Vallina 1, Castellano 1; struck valdi Roy Hamlin. \V. Brantley !! ..e.eeeeeeeToday's ............ SUES BAKER iences.- 632 William conven-street.

circuit clout a double and two Joe Navarro; Bethel and Vallina. out: by Baker 4, by Martinez 2, and Claude Albury $1.00 each. Horoscope I II I Apply Valdes Bakery. feb2S

see a fast and better conditionedPete I singles. "Izzy" Weintraub display Summary: Errors: John Navarro by Lucilo 2. by Sevilla 2; bases on This makes a grand total of GASTONIA, N. C.-Biting i an

than they witnessed last ;! ed some great base running which 2, D. Navarro: 2. Rueda Baker I balls: off Baker 2, off Lucilo 'I. $33.85 up tote present time. I e..e.e..ee..a.eo..eee I I i iron nut in his fruit cake C. O. FOR RENT

F I i would even make that of Ty Cobb ; runs batted in: Baker 2 .Gates off Martinez 1, off Sevilla 2; hit Of this amount, $15.00 was given (I* Melvin of this city broke two IIICELY FURNISIIED BUNGALOW -

Monday night. :: in the days of his prime loom 2. Albury 2. Ubieta; struck out:I by pitcher: Baker by Sevillaby to Mario Pejha for his trip to This day shows a highly impressionable :''. teeth he asserted' in suing the I I'I ', at 827 Duval street. Ap-

The local boxer got the surprise I!I amateurish. Ask Joe Cates about 'I' by Bethel 4. by Sanchez 2, by by pitcher: Sevilla by (Baker) ; the St. Louis Cardinals camp at j nature with scientifi 'I( baker for"1000. I'I'i t ply 825 Duval street. mar2tf

that hook-slide into first. Wickers 2; bases on balls!! : off double plays: Al. Acevedo to F. Bradenton leaving a balance of i! tendencies. The highest enjoyment :i

of with his Wade fighting last career week. in lIe his failed scrap I I Clifton Bailey tired of pitching Bethel 1. off Sanchez 1 ; time of I Acevedo. Ubieta to Lucilo to Hale; $18.85 for Cates. This amount i, will never be taken alone; idowmenta'Be' very ra eful' in selecting I FOR SALE

and went to second. Cliff wants : game: 1:00; umpires: Aguilar and hits: off Martinez 7 in 4 innings, should be raised to at least $30.00. I it is necessary that there be a II a' companion, for there' is

to take the up-state be lad seriously.for' to know how a ground tall hit by : Gonzalez.In i off Baker 10 in G innings; time What do you say, fans? Come out I( partner to enjoy things in como I'I'I danger of loss thereby. TYPEWRITING PAPER 500

Tonight Pete will ready Delaney went through him for he I the second game, nine doubles I of game: 2:00; umpires: Gonzalez this week and help Cates make mono It is a very symmetrical _sheets, 76c."_ The Artman Press,
that fans "
the
anything ex -
pect.: ,The Indian is meeting may no 1 swears he had his legs closed. Cliff one triple and 17 singles I and Aguilar. his trip. j well-rounded life, with ample eri- Subscribe to The Citizen aug7

I must have rode a bicycle when he _. .. .
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elouch in Frankie Fleming and he --- ----- - -- --- --- - ---- -+- '-
knows In the was a youngster for the ball sure
it. Fleming Key ,.. V
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a''I did find an opening fomewhere .or.rwvR rnwn :!:M.7etrym: awp;x pMypw'+mt nwn' 'r 7r .:ww. +R-s. ; y >} wTA.Myw.aolwal .5 1ua! MN/wsM 1l !

West puncher will be up against between his legs.Electrician ... .. r............ ..: r.....:..' ..r. : .KrF ..fa.. .. ,z.. . :..; :;:.:.. .. .. w x. ,t. ... :::..... .' .:. r y.r ;dd..r: ,.
man who knows trick in the" .4. ../ .r..... r. r.... f .r... ... .r. ?#'v9:......) :?+.r.:: .v.r..... :. :... . kv.::4.: . .a. .d.. .
-the old every and new ones. !: Russell pulled the ....... } r..... 9 .... r. ......,.. r... . ... ... :r. r...... .....,. r..tt...,....... ..}Y .:.r... .,.+.. . d r..t.. .+r f... :. . ............... r .. ..:.... .y,r y :,' ,.. .. ,{,, ;:j4. af

And game-Frankie is ones in condition too.There's ) greatest laugh; creator of the game d ......... :::. .... . .. ,.. .. . .... .,. .: ..{!. r. r.r. ::. .:.a !..:.:.. : a .. ...w.r.:.. .5: Yj\Y. .1 'v ? '., '2a!;; f',,., ..f.. .

when he slid back into first lifter I .
not one ounce of surplus! '
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rq:
been forced off that bag. ; : vK'F't. y, :?i } y
flesh on the 'body of the Isla-i I having ... }F afY s {?
he X '!e y' ; :

tiiorada scrapper. Russell cannot understand how I .... .... .. ..... .... .....,......... ... t : :.. y r:=?
In the semi-final the sensation was out if he !lid back into first i r:. ;Y.....a.r4 :. .v .3% .. +: r r 1! } ::., rr i::.r.:w..:::.:.{...;:.:.:...:........a... ;+a.::ri.:.';;::..:.vn:..:::.}:..;. .;.yy.y,,..::

of the !eason. Joe Ramirez will safely. 1 g rA;.
.
Ray Curry who organized the rr { :,, ;: 2. /L!j

tackle Kill Williams one time theworld's top floor aggregation, was missing I. .::.:.:... .S \ ... .. .; }.. .. "it ?, ;:. : ;;" .
featherweight contender for
contends ,,:.:, ; '
the Ray ,
from game.
championship. Williams that he remained away on pur- I t r : ,",\ r. r..: .;... .:,n.r. r. *-.. a! :7 4 ,:
4
who u down to bone and skin for r Srr
because he did not want tost'e
his bout tonight weighs in at about I pose I
hU "slaughter" the "first
165 This is to be boys : .. 1Not1iiti
pounds.: going ...... ..... .,. .. ., ,. jr. . .
floorers. I .r.. ....\, .< .. .Q..Y.: ?'. .:. . .r. :4. : r :: : !./4 + ac := :Si!: .;Yr r..r.r r. a.;J;
n great fcrap as both men are of who spendshis
the slugging' kind. Leroy Ilankinson. 'Kb ,. .
working hours auditing accounts r.
I ,
Ramirez will be facing his first proved that he was a : ....

real test! against an experiencedboxer mighty good diamondball player j Y
but local fans of the Z- .
are banked out two safetiesout : ;. '
I when he f r..r. SS %.i
opinion that the same left hand of two trips to the plate. .. r,. J .. .. .,.. . : ....:. r:%rY:''% /

that got old Baby Face Rojas dow Burnette behind the plate forthe jjt' b Jtlfr ; .13 t'arI

to the mat for reveral counts last ::1 winners wa also good. 'r f 1: k#' lftJi ,,'f6r t.'f'.yOY
:
{ + r 1 3 ts
ar .. 31 RI [ ,
1.9,3 tt #iuuox a x: r
week will do the same thing to started first ?cf ..fGir.1:...' {;Eidl. no r yi
.. Russell for }Jhe '
night. R&nir'r-z is a southpaw. hoof bops with Iiei/th y' bt'hi'ndt. I :: vp y :: .. .4!. +,f. ?rrsff ; lJ, l lii3' H1Ryavrrij111. b $1. : : : ;,9..f4
In a six'-roiuid' special Baby,1, ... i iiiatc. Rivas finished the S, : <:::)s.+' til '. 1 (# qO 'it9tJ ,' k'x1 ...t..ipnututtk }rrfLf:?gz tl, !S

Face will be pitted against the I game. Bailey and Adams dividing tjM st Ss;i 9tt( Uc Lltt9it1 lt}s t; .y$: ,. rrt r
old timer. Jimmy Conway. The latter pitching duties for the winners 1 M "

fighter, is said! by local foljow-, with-; Burnette catebtoft) ;!, l. 1 ,5:...t .w

ers" of th" fistic! game here to b I!!"I" A| return game will be'played I '

washed out. This may be true. Jim I next'' Saturday afternoon at Bay- : ,"
my might hate forgot some of view Park. f : Cigarettes are made '!'u f: F.r!

his old ring tricks but nevertheless The game was arranged by the '

he still has the kick as of old. recreation department of the Key :r< :<>:<:::. :::4' f for your pleasure and for your., \ .,
Rojas won't be up against an easy! West Administration t' .
.::
v
mark, that's one thing !sure. '
S ,\ enjoyment. . nothing else. ,
King Parrot, who brings the : Standard Fruit and Steamship : ? :

boys from Islamorada for tonight's Company, arrived 10:30 this
; And when
rhow is certain that he will take j; morning from New York, bunkered '> a cigarette 4 :

them back victorious.! 'I with )) ,1M gallon of fuel oil

There's! going to be big doingsat I' and sailed 1 :4., o'clock for Fron- v'wa. : !4 gives you the enjoyment that

the gym tonight and those who !I' tera. Mexico.

miss it.Jimmy the show will certainly regret t jtfj Chesterfields do there are no

I MUNSON ISLANDFISHING
Wade Orlando sedation CAMP F: via1; >v : a 3&A "ifs" ";ands or "buts" about it.IONDAY . .

will issue a ringside challenge | Operated by R. M. Ellison
to the winner of tonight's maingo -
Coast
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( Best Fishing on
and) he extends to Nebo the k' /
AvailableSea
and :
Guides Boat '

best of luck. Food Boating.-Fishing-: Bathing Siffitt i iI


CUBA BRINGS IN Write Office for Reservation Ramrod KeyAccessible *. Po y rS,

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by Rail or Auto to
93 PASSENGERS Ramrod Key I,

Camp Boats Meet Guests

( Rate: $5.00 Per Day-
American Plan I f
Steamship Cuba of the P. and 1 !

(). t+. S. company, arrived from ,I II ,
Havana Saturday afternoon with I II

04 first! cobOl pasengers.! and two KEY WESTCOLONIAL I r :g y''i k .. r
0# 1't .5 ar3. :ryY 4 : y si Nti
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second class} for Key West; 21 I HOTELIn {} 4:; rq:

first class and three second das
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for Tampa. the Center of the Businessand I r f' 4'frw' f y. ;p,
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The vessel sailed C-.50: o'clock /, .. {: l' ; 4 !
Theater District .. ,
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for Tampa with 34 passengers and .fJ4r 'rk
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f till'tLSte3m'hil': CU Fireproof 3'J: .r. % .rr !!, i
First i- ''e' ?' ay F-rf, !
| Alamo of the Clyde. Sensible Rates *t.r.:t.M..l}'. .:;}, ,;o' ,,.$pt;.A\., ;!'\K > p

Mal'ory' Lne arrived G:45,

o'clock yesterday! morning: from 1 i I COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEN
New York with heavy !shipmentsof '

freight and sailed 11:45 o'clockfor I I Garaf Elevator

Tampa and New Orleans I Popular Prices

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I I IYNOPSJ3 SOCIETY PERSONAL MENTION AUTO LICENSE l TODAY'S WEATHER 1] I


:-: : : s.eeee.eeeesleeeeees.ee.i INSPECTOR WASVISITOR

\ A RAPID-F1RC ROMANCE IT CVAN CVAN*. T Mrs. Willis Hilton who spent ---- --

--- Nina de Lisa Leslie, Editress the week-end in Miami, returned HERE Temperature* 1 1 I cloudy tonight and Tuesday; mod-

: "1. Uontant KUateo scales of nut they retained a strong Highest ..........................._......_.79 !

-.4 Jl Our Rlrtt Lady have from.tole GeneralMitrada. tht 'PHONE 752-J yesterday. Lowest .........................._._.......68
crown of ore.By 1-
tco had ttolen it frontlit pulley, and by ropes which 'seeeee......eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee.ee..eeeeeeeeeeeeKey Mean .... .........._....._........._....74 i ? !

and church.Rubri fo Cut. return brlore tkt Montana crow were fastened to the Iron ring atthe William Almyda who was in CHARLES KNOTT CAME TO Normal Mean ........ ............._...72 \t
to tht tuhop, Rubrks .. captured.Uontana base of the opposite walls and West Woman's Club To Hold Key West for a short visit left I Rainfall*
and half the crown art also to the feet and the hands of yesterday afternoon for Miami. KEY WEST TO CHECK UP
safe; Rttlris hat lost hit 1&alto .... Testerday's Precipitation .0 Ins.
Mateo Rube! his body had been < ? \
tht general and now the general ON
It.".. to forrt Hat to to Ictmy.thttnertimi stretched taut. Meeting On Tuesday Afternoon Paul'' Daniels who with Mrs. PURCHASERS OF TAGS Normal Precipitation .... .03 Ins.
he hat arranged .. .. ..
place .
Till r c r4 r t r : -.r n rloj
wuk Montana jutt at the lovely After that in order to Increase Daniels, arrived yesterday for a FOR MOTOR VEHICLES CMdlHg a' H .Vlerlt ibis ee.rclaa.Tomorrew'a eb \ "

tkt Rotita Kid had to the betrayed general Uontana a lt\o houriact. and the strain' a low hurdle had beenpas I There will be a meeting of the1 I II Department of the club, assistedby visit with ii"Daniels': parents, Almanac t

( body.d'lie beneath was now his left huge.alone, naked with I Woman's Club of Key West held Mi-s. William 11. White former Mr. a11f'1ors( : William Cooper, returned Sun rises .......___,,.. 6:46: a. hi. "

Chapter 27 the general. who had for his equipment I tomorrow. afternoon at the Club chairman of the same department. *,in .thY f ernoon. :Mrs. Charles Knott, auto license inspector Sun sets ... ...:......._..... 6:31 p. m. ; '
There will be an exhibition of : : Mostly Cloudy
Danielsvreiriafned for a visit. arrived in Key West Fri .
only some buckets of perfectly house on Division: street. This : I Moon rises ....: ...'''.... G.as a. m.Moon .
the and other art worksof
TORTUREJ3 innocent; ;water and a large will be of unusual inter- paintings ; Westers and -is-- day to look over the license situation sets ......._......... 7:23 p. m.Tomorrow's I crate cast and southeast winds
meeting a number of Key
OSITA slunk out of the room; eatb er f unneL Mrs. George Kantor left yester- and check up on purchasers. Tides becoming fresh Tuesday

1. her bands pressed over'her ears. The general did not begin at once. est and importance due to the II winter visitors, including Mrs. J. day afternoon to visit her son-in- Discussing the matter with The Florida: Mostly cloudy tonightand

"1s Rubriz! chained!" asked Es lie! first admired the immense special program that has been ar S. Dudley, Mrs. Howard Leslie law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Citizen :Mr. Knott said that he was I A.M. P.M.I Tuesday probably light rain
Howard Wilson president I High ......_ 9:55 10:24 ;
Smith Mrs.
I find that h.
trada. strength: of the body of his victim. ranged. Arthur Mulberg at Pahokee Fla. i agreeably surprised to Tuesday in extreme north |portIOn;
Low _
business meeting will begin of the Key West Junior Wo- ""'000." 3:39 3:51
The the of West buying
"See Excellence." the great thews and sinews pulledso people Key were slightly warmer tonight in north
tight that they stood out in a high at 3 o'clock during which man's Club, and numerous others who here as many tags as they have. I Barometer at 8 a. m. today:
Berlin was west portion.
Estrada with a sense of luxurious Knowles,
relief. It reminded the general of there will take place the election and Mrs. Howard Leslie Smith mother :Mrs. lie was led to suppose he would' Sea level. 30.16.Lowest.
Jacksonville
content. surveyed the heavy forthe, funeral of his to Florida' Straits:
the strings of a musical Instrument, of officers and other matters of II will deliver a short address.An aft find, he said, an awful condition
chains: that weighed dawn the handsof Anna Knowles, left Saturday Moderate east and southeast winds
properly tuned. So was Rubriz will be discussed. invitation is extended to
club importance in Key West, when as a matter of Highest
Kubrlz.! There was an iron ball ernoon for his home in Tampa. becoming fresh Tuesday and part
of twenty pounds' weight hitched to tuned. and Estrada felt that he, Following the business meeting winter residents and visitors to attend -I I truth it was no worse here thanin Station- Last Night Yesterday ly overcast< weather tonight Tuesday -

the knew how to extract the most exquisite there will be the special program 1: the affair. No effort has' other parts of the state and ...
his ankles. and the chain from Mrs. Willard who was I Abilene .... .._ 56 68 overcast.
ball passed up by a special 'chain pain. and tea social, and this phase of: been spared by Mrs. Illingworth Curry relatives left much better than in some parts. Atlanta ............ 42 72 East Gulf: Increasing southeast

and was fastened to a collar that "After BO many days in the desert the afternoon will be under the I I and her aides to make the after visiting briefly with the home, His work is to round up those Boston .............. 22 46 winds, becoming fresh.
after for
so many hot days with sand Saturday afternoon
fitted close around that great neck. : In the face and the throat what direction of Mrs. Haydn Illing- noon interesting and entertainingto in Miami. .. owners who have disrejjared the Buffalo ............ 22 32

"Leave bim then" said Estrada. could be better for you than a little worth, chairman of the Fine Arts a high degree. law relative to having the neces- Charleston ._._... 50 70 WEATHER CONDITIONSA

-I may need you again in a moment. water. RubrlzT" asked the general. ----.- - I I sary license on cars and during Chicago ............ 34 42
Allen who
Mr.\ and Mrs. D. M. I.
Wait outside the room." "And you shall have some. You of his stay had encountered a few. Denver _...._.000.. 40 48 disturbance of marked intensity

When they had withdrawn. Es shall have such a drink. yonnererasted >yabe[ ; Concert Given On I the were local in Key Congregation West as guests of Brethren "Jl9w. Vff." he raid, -"I' tbave Detroit .............. 28 .... .36 is central this_.morning_
trada said: "Rubrlz. the fact is that "eroetW*d>*da vjthp } ? t. been treated'with tQ'1 tmbst Gajyeston! !" ..... r 2 _ 66_ eastern {;Colorado Denver. iy.4
.Sa Tampa, en ..
you worked with El Keed. You madea rinlt(. nod. afterwards we ask a few Sunday NightAt Casa Marina'A'n ,:Jeft rdaYlofqf home in Minneapolis courtesy in every Instance! z. and !(;Havana .......:::.t's----: PS !nches7'and pressure! is low
route.to. their -
gringo'your'partner'to'steal l from questnaflutvqs\ 7oqacesdlUog .1', I ; have yet to encounterany per. ',Huron'.... ." ...... :34 42 throughout most sections from the
me today." to.tallc.!10U,Q"'lsntf)! )by4heiltt, Minn. :' i i; / son who has not been as gracious J-acEsonvnte" ..7: :J 58----76" Mississippi Valley westward except -

Rubriz: said nothing. There was" lug, pf j pie..ADS"EAr rl .,sha.U bwaehisg. 'A'n Sunday evening'I tonka Lieurance.. Hills of Home II 'i'' :'II' as possible and it has been a ;n.al 'r\S\ s"City'._..'.L>t6W'f'1 I 1gg;: in California; while pressureis

merely a sort ot idle curiosity in the wy4rientV'i.. w '" bn. concert was:.gJYC.ii, last, night at"tFig. JUrs. Alice Perkins. Mariano Marques 'representing delight to meet' the people--.fol tEY WEST>.. .... '6& % i.79: high throughout the! Atlantic

eyes with, which he scanned the face Hr'd! .I.n o All' L1. Casa Marina, directed byKichardPrfncipale ;. I! -Lf 6. Hungarian'Rhapsody, No. 2 one of1 the large' hotels i iin Havana -I Key 'Ve t." .' u"" tilt \ ;lcf 68. ; states New York Cat)'. 30.58 in.
generaL '1HTH .,thaLubAipr<< le&iopen theIjojskwfl zc I left afternoon fora ,' and : rnn m Nt'
he
of the But in Estrada there Saturday So pleased was sohappy; ' ..... ches. Precipitation 'has been general
\ ot.RubrI.euiag, _coli4isel : leader of Casa Marina, 7. Ave Maria-Kahn. Mrs.! / r.!- "Q. I'..,.,1 nLoulsviileT '
was a mighty confidence. It was as ;" !I business visit in Miami. at being made to feel at home \hal ......._.. 52 (,2 during the last 21 hours

large as his soul and rooted as deep ',as a leverage:f or r that pnr- aha; featuring Mrs. Alice Perkins, Alice Perkins. I he said he will try and induce his Miami ................ 70 74 throughout most sections from the

"When you stole the emeralds pose.prisoner Then he forced into the the gullet small of end the of soprano as guest artiste. I' 8. Star Spangled Banner- i. Buddy Carey and sister. Helen. father, State Treasurer W. V. Minneapolis ...... 30 38New Mississippi! Valley end western

said Estrada. "you took half and El' I' Orchestra. of Mr. and Mrs. Hilarey Knott. to come with him to Key the Pacific
the big leather funnel. Out of the The program, much enjoyed by I children Orleans .... 62 74 Lake region westward to
Keed took half. You went by different nearest bucket he filled the funnel. the large and appreciative audi- In the audience were not only. Carey left Saturday for Tampa West for a vacation and the fi"h- New York .......... 30 48 coast! except in southern California -

wa's.nd.. by Cod! you almost and stepped back to wait. guests of the hotel but a largei where they will spend' a while with ing. lIe left for Miami Satur- Fensacola .......... 58 64 and portions of the northern
did. ence present, consisted of the following -i number of members of the winter I
escaped. as he Dad luck Gradually the liquid ran down their grandparents Mr. and Mrs. day. Pittsburgh ........ 34 50 Plains States and} was mostlyin

stopped you. And yet. Rubriz. may Into the body of Rnbriz. Stretchedto : | colony and Key Westers, all ex- Michael Carey. St. Louis .......... 58 60 the form of rain. Temperatures:
not be such very bad luck after all. 1. Egmont-Beethoven. j I pressing their pleasure at the I at the rectory of St. Mary's Star II and mid-
rigidity as It was. the least pres. Salt Lake City. 34 40 have fallen in the north
You have fallen into the hands of a 2. Melody in F-Rubinstein. ; beautiful rendition of the program I of the Sea church.
sure from within was a frightful :I Morris Wideman who was'I Ran Francisco 46 54 dle Atlantic states and have risen
man of understanding. 3. Serenade-Schubert. Mrs. and the splendid qualities of 10111.'I I II
agony. I spending three weeks with his Seattle ............ 34 46 in the Like: region. MK 3j<-; pl1i| i
The have haJ Alice Perkins. Perkins' voice. At the termina- !Mrs. O. D. Link and child who "" .
poor never an) reason It was that old torture called "the mother and other relatives left I Tampa .............. 58 78 Valley and South Atlantic and
to fea.r you. Now then. I was question." of all abominations the 4. Selection Tannhauser- 'I tion of Mrs. Perkins' first selection I arrived to spend the week-em
and readings are
Washington ...... 36 60 Gulf states
afternoon for his homein
once a poor man. myself. I remember Opera De Wagner. she with Saturday with Mr. Link who is attached to
most terrible gift from brute to was presented a I this from
Willifton .......... 28 52 above normal morning
those days very welL And I brute In the history of man. With 5. By the Waters of :Minne-I bouquet of roses. New York. I' the plant board unit, left ycster the Plains states eastward', exceptin
want to tell that I can feel sucha afternoon for the home in
you that device. more frightful than all ... day FORECAST New England, being 26 to 29
--- --- WEATHER
sympathy that I could give up all Miss Eloise Lowe who was in Fort Lauderdalc.
Instruments for tearing flesh or 'J _
the noise and the reputation that bruising bones murderers In the old Convent Pupils I cck; i, Hour 1 Key West for the funeral of her degrees above G.in S.the,KENNEDY.Dakota)
(Till 8 m., Tuesday)
will come from all over Mexico be- days were given the pains of ten grandmother! Anna Knowles, Mr. and Mrs.\ Ashley Sands and p.
cause 1 am the man whose grip at deaths before the law permitted To Stage Play Much EnjoyedThe left Saturday"* afternoon for I two children arrived yesterday; Key West and Vicinity: Mostly Official in Charge.:

last closed on you. I could arrange them to expire under the merciful I Charleston, S. C., where she is from Miami for a short visit with ---- -

matters so that you would be able to hand of the executioner.And "The Mystery of the Masked i Saturday afternoon Cock- employed as stenographer at the I Mrs. Sands' mother !Mrs. Sidney The Philadelphia College of .I

slip quietly away. Hubrlz. one of the governor, looking downat Girl," a ntystery comedy in 3 acts tail Hour at Raul's Club Miramar Navy Yard. Thompson and other relatives and ,
and Science is i beginniny
these nights. And all that I want 'Pharmacy
the Immense bulk: of his victim 1. MONROE THEATERSIIIIILEY
will be presented in the Convent, on the Boulevard was excitingand returned in the afternoon. :
you to leave behind for me is a little filled the funnel again and watched auditorium tomorrow evening at interesting attended by a Mr. and !Mrs. Leo McMahonand an intensive study of the air and
Information-just a little informa its contents in an effort to learn
the liquid work like twitting fists I TEMPLE inDRIGHT
8 J o'clock under the aUSIices of large and enthusiastic number of children who were in Key George J. Johnson and son and
tion. Rubriz. Inside the body of Rubrls.He stood more about hay Ieve,.
Juniors of C. M. I. I j Key Westers winter cclonistlland West for a short visit with relatives Mr. John on's brother Sam, arrived EYES
Something! ; fur nothing 1 is not directly above the face ot) the man. !
The plot of the play is about a' out-of-town visitors. s 1 J left Saturday afternoon for yesterday for a visit with! I Matinee; Balcony, lOc; OrcLe
what: a man can expect in this so that Rabriz could not help but !
: murder that has been committed: With Mrs. Raul a charming Del Ray, Fla. relatives. Sam Johnson expects to
;
world. Jtu rlz. Hut the payment I look back into his eyes. lie saw the Ira, 15-20c; Night 15.25c
ask from you Is very smalL I beginby sweat brighten the face of the outlaw : and the suspicion is thrown on hostess, there were special cocktails remain for several weeks. George

pointing out to you that there are and the perfect agony brightenhis : everyone. The murderer is not and hor d'oeurves served, Andrew Albury, keeper at Tor- : Johnson and son returned in the

certain jewels in the bands of EI! eyes. i found until the last act. !; and there was dancing by the tugas light, who was spending his afternoon to :Miami.

I\eed-that El Keed was your part A thin tremor of joy like sound All the thrills of a good mys-! guests to the music furnished bya : quarterly vacation with his family. !

ner In the work ot this night I ran through the body and the heart I. tery story are promised in this: special orchestra engaged for : left this morning for the light I I Dr. E. Rodriguez y Baso, who

merely ask you where I can find the of Estrada. lie leaned still closer drama with a touch of comedy;; the occasion. r accompanied by Wallace L. Bierer, I accompanied his sisters. Mrs. Fer-

gringo." and forced his gaze into the eyes of throughout 1 I Afly number of private groups I third assistant keeper who returned nando Gato and Miss Concepcion

There was no answer. Rabriz. Ii i were in evidence enjoying the [ Friday from Miami where Rodriguez to Miami last week, returned Year own druggist is ntkorizrt tile toche.rfsily
refund 011 spot
The general said: "You note. Ru. lie could gain no real satisfactionin Announcement \ afternoon, and among the prominent he was spending his vacation with yesterday. if rOIl are sot relieved oar mosey by Oeomalsioo.

braze that the man is not one ot us. this manner however. For the persons glimpsed were Mr. I his family.

You note that be is a gringo agony of Rubriz did not seem In- Of Engagement j and Mrs.\ J. S. Dudley and their Emil Sweeting superintendent I' PANOPTIKSThe

Rubriz smiled. And at that. with creased by this personal supervision party Lieutenant and Mrs. Robert Frankie Fleming scrapper who with the local branch. of an insurance "MYSTERY OF THEMASKED PANWriKS SEGMENThas

a touch of anger in his voice for the of Estrada his pains.sent down another fun- Mr. and Mrs. Jefferson Ii)! Kruegar Mr. and Mrs. Bernard I comes to meet Pete Nebo arrived I company, who was in GIRL" been designed from a studyof

first time. tbe general continued: "If nelful of water. He could see the Knight of Washington street have deWitt, Mr. and Mrs. Edward yesterday with King Parrott, Jim Jacksonville for a conference with Comedy 3 Acts under au eye nAwmcnts to permit a

you will talk willingly you receive whole body of his victim begin to announced the engagement and Bodine, Mr. and Mrs. Albert my Conway from West Palm ;' officials of the company returned pice of Juniors of C. M. I. II large useful reading image, at

your. freedom. Rut If )OU put me to work now. And presently almost beyond approaching marriage of their Johnson, Miss Dodo Johnson, Beach and Kid Williams. yesterday accompanying Mrs. CONVENT AUDITORIUM the same time to leave a niaxi-
it -if I have to tear the out
answers his hope. he could hear the daughter Nell Rose, to Joseph Mj-s. Robert T. 1lenner.tiss! Sweeting who joined him in Mi Tuesday March 5. 8 p. m. I mum distance field. The dif
of shall hue them. with blood
dripping you frum every word of them. voice of groaning agony. lie thoughtfor Lopez, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Hope Robertson Miss Mary Cur-!' Julius F. Stone Jr., Florida ami. ADMISSION .. 25 I IJ ference In size and shape between -

You hear IlubrlzT" a moment that It was the appealfor Lopez of Georgia street The tis Williams, Miss\ Elizabeth Emergency Relief Administrator I II the PANOITIK segmentand

me mercy. When he saw that it was date for the wedding has been; Sharpley Miss Natalie Minnick and Mrs. Stone who were in Jack- Dr. II. C. Galey left by plane ' the round segment of older

EXERAL IGXACIO ESTRADA merely the Involuntary reaction set for March 21 in Saint Paul's Miss Kyros McCullough and Leo sonville for a few days returned yesterday afternoon for Miami type Bifocalcs' represents the
G that accompanied breathing! the yesterday by plane. nroute to Staunton Va., for a PALACE
B. Warren.
could! not believe his ej es. Ye t. Church. j j jt.IMJss' ... savings for useful vision in the
face: o ,the general grtv.jWtck wit& I vi-rit with his daughter. Miss'Ruth i I'
he taw that the prisoner continue* Knight'l'' and .MV' ; Lopoz: o.I-!. \ ,Ln08i.W !la'e FonJ In Panoptik.
to regard: him in silence without fi"almost -" rtuovsngprvb.0 ,.JS were graduate. :i.fconp: j.thp.Kcy Plan To Entertain Walter Locke edit t'lofthc' ;\y-j. llo14!c'ftndent''at, Mary -B"l htaifiCcllojre ; r&fJY[ ,:q RIOU !1L WONGF.'A :
Kubrlz had begun to wish foreatl,1te ton, Ohio News Mre Locke pml : and afterward go to Philadelphia ! & DR. J. A. VALDES
greater emotion than a mild curios )Ves ..lIigh School, inthe, class. of,
Ity Tbe general; leaped to his feet, .irlabed.ffr.it more pas- 1932 and were both 'popular\ and: Lodge Ollicial son, Francis;:who; v.'ereLin Key for'a'rest' and* to recun-!! ftutotfctiy aml'Short Reel I Orthofoa Soft-Lite Licence

"You tool!" he shouted. "Do you Ciol1atflJthaj he even, had:wished active in'school' aii'd" social activiI West several days while Mr. Locke:I crate from''an' attack ,of Lars.- .([.f '!:IOc.15 /Nifht: l5-2Sc I 532 Diesel Street

know what I am?" ''or.'DDtb; tWos-ln:hto ifeTherwas..ojpaLip&.s ties. .1 I Plans are in progress by the was i the guest of FERA officials, giti9.'r;. ti .'111' . J

"'\ dog and the son of a dog.al< bodythatwas. T.: '.\KKO.DeMolaysfln I Vocal Order Eastern ;>t,{ tq welcome and..lqoied.: the-jrehabilitation, -- : I \j.qnu .41
in .. \\ttiVj .
Rubriz. not S&ip ii .*. *L<;i .II Pit \ *an Not for the first that The rightful. ,,rawlag at u'the !( ..1I' i < !Jzs; .'- ,
time night ropes cut into his wrists Into his ; Rickard., Worthy Grand Matron of yesterday,terneoiv! r
the rage of the general was so great feet and ankles. Bones might be To Give Dance I j Florida who will arrive in Key Over-Sea Hotel l'I

that he remained calm.In broken under the strain but the I West on Friday of this week, Mrs.\ Angelique Winfree, of St. ,

a sense It would be better this numbness and the agony combinedso Robert J. Perry Chapter Order, March th. Louis, and daughter. Miss Maria ;I 917 FLEMING STREET
:More than General Es
trada way. had once his that he could not even particular of DeMolay will sponsor a danceat I A number of grand officers of Winfree of New York were arrivals ROOM running water __ $1.00
enjoyed putting questions -
ize the regions of the torment. I the yesterday morning to attend ROOM with bath __ 1.50
by force. but he bad never had the Cuban Club on Thursday organization are expected to I\I ,
such a complete man to deal with. Sometimes it wa ice that filled evening starting at 9 o'clock.A i{arrive accompanying: Rick- funeral services of Mrs. Win- I WEEKLY RATES

There was pleasure as well as answers his veins and then It was swellingfire. dance band consisting ot' ard, and a dinner in her honor free's sister Mrs. John L. Stow- Renovated
And then It was the pure essence will be era, in the afternoon.Rev. Newly
to be extracted by the methodhe Tommy's orchestra and Heffner-I : held in the dining room
of pain and nothing else ex New EquipmentNew
bad in view. Therefore he almost Vinson players will furnish music! of La Concha Hotel here at 5:30:
wondered, that he had. In the firs cept that frightful and Increasing for the affair.Francine I p. m. Friday. J. M. Walsh S. J., Provincial Management

place offered any sort of a bargainto nauaea. All members of the local Eastern of the Jesuit Society in tho ANYWHERENO
Rubriz. General Estrada was no longer Star order South arriyed yesterday from CLEANER HOTEL
are requested to
Johnson
calmly contented. He had begun tocurse. I
The little cell 1 in that old dungeon communicate with Mrs. G. N. New Orleans for his annual visit;
More than once he beat the
which was supposed to be disused Christened Sunday with the members of the society
Goshorn
body of his victim with his fists. phone 122, regarding
was the lowest of the entire cellarof in Key West and will be the guest - '.. More Service
And every stroke left a great swellIng I reservations? for this dinner.
the building. It was so low that few of Rev. A. L.
for a days
purple mark on the tensed flesh. Francine Ellen Johnson, daughter -
the rive1.ater, eeeplng aslant And then lifting the eyelids: otRubriz of Mr. and :Mrs. F. L. John. Missionary Unit Maureau and Rev. J. M. Reagan, from Old Felt Roofs
through the soil kept oozing I I
he saw that the life was ebb- son of Fort Lauderdale, was bap TYPEWRITINGPAPER
through the wall and covering To Hold DeMOLAY
Ing rapidly from his body. MeetingThere
tised
yesterday morning at 9
them tbe
with mold. And on floor
there was slime from which sprang I. (Copyright, mi. Harper 4 Brothtr) o'clock in Saint Paul's Church, DANCETnurtJur \ A P'' your old felt :roof starts, to show its ago

up a disgusting! odor of decay. Du with Father A. B. Dimmick of will be a meeting of the V V renew its life with Carey Asbestos Fibre Coating
I
Montana ..", .rrow, attends fti ficiating. ] Woman's :Missionary Night March 7th .
thick with Society ol
though the irons were i sta. The
.' This totted material is far: more than a paint. light
Godparents were )(111. Millard! the First M.: E. Church of Key CUBAN. CLUB
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--- i Johnson. Miss Nell Rose Knight West today at 4 p. m., with :Mrs. Music;i "by'; : Tommy's Orchestraand 75c oils penetrate the body .of the roof thoroughly waterproofinG

STOCK COMPANY the part of an old grouch. The and Joseph Lopez.Enjoyable Edward Etheridge ;.presiding. '. !Heffner-Vinson Players file ML The heavy oils flU any cracks, forminga
other members of the cast have I Contt. 60c' Ladies Free
. wear resisting surface which is re-inforced. with genuine
excellent and a'l the vaudeville
parts. Tennis- Wiener Roast By i Package of 500 Sheets

REDUCES* PRICES chorus numb-s. and bane asbestos fibres. One gallon covers about 50 square feet
Tea Church
numbers wm *,. .hanged.: Given Sunday Circle CASA MARINA
II GOOD QUALITY BOND Carey Fibre Coating is also fine for old rusted -P- .
Reserve your seats at Page'sSoda Key Wo.f- Hotel De Luxe

Fountain, or phone Oil' The regular Sunday afternoon There will be a bicycle ridt American Plan PAPERARMPRESS holed"metal roofs. Get our low prices on this roof renewer.

The Heffner-Vinson Stock Company I I The reserve seats are all numbered -i tennis tea was held yesterday at and wiener roast tonight beginning .

has reduced prices within I and i if you reserve them, Casa Marina.\ Among the playerswere at 7:30 by the young people -I 200 Delightful Rooms each SOUTH FLORIDA CON. & ENC. CC
t with PrUftU Bath THE MYo. Home I Worthy of UM Best'Phone
reach of all. Readers are requested your seat or seats will be waiting the Duke of Arcos. Mrs. S. of the First M. E. Church of r *

to read the ad in this I for you. I I S. Durfee Mr. Edward Bodine Key West. I Eveaiaf Diaaer __ $2.00 598 White & Eliza SU.

LuBch.. ._ ___ 1.50 ,
paper for prices. Doors Miss Natalie Minnick. Mr. Conno- J - I
I open 7:15: show starts at .c.... ;
I Aft._... Tea ______. .50
Tonight and Tuesday this company 8 o'clock.In bol and Miss Kyros McCullough.As .
will present a play that ran! FEWERCoLDS' or a la Carte
customary, tea was servedon Citizen Bldff.PHONE .
at the BelmOnt Theater for a.. every state marriages can be the lawn surrounding the Palm-Shaded Sandy Beach with

year, that New York comedy success -' di'sovled' not only by divorce but courts and this. with the stirring Casino 51 'm PRODUCTSSt.imLird
: ?
"Kempy. by annulment. tennis games was much enjoyed Masseur in Attendance

Jimmie HeUner11 be seen in I I for the large number of person! l PETER SCHUTT. Mgr. for over 6O -v ns

an entirely different role, playing Subscribe to The Citizen. attending. IIR4IJl'A1lIMIiflI! : ..


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