The Key West citizen
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Title: The Key West citizen
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: March 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
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358017
oclc - 02701762
notis - ABZ6317
lccn - sn 83016244
System ID: UF00048666:00468
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Proper r: .Reception Of[ Arizona WM. MENENDEZ' I SCIENCE( STOPS THE CLOCK OF DEATH; Administration. Forces. Feel Compromise

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'Ambassador'' Puzzles CapitalLegislator ( < BY'JiEAeHlCLUB ; ? iOn BonustBiII; : InrSenate Very:*:Essential

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Takes ActionIn 1 1I I MANY GUESTS ORGANIZATION OF WRITERS. EDUCATORSAND COMPOSED I I WILL CLOSE ITS Medical NEW science YORK,is revising March death.30.- CAPTAIN BOYD, .; LFAMED ;.NUMBER I Outstanding Issue. Becoming

This is the real significance of the

Provision Made By I ENJOY STAY AT I BUSINESS PEOPLE!i SEASONMONDAY] mounting numbers of:"dead" reported AIRMAN, OF HOMESTEADS I Very Perplexing In f

I brought back to life.
Sovereign State Rela COMMEND HIS COURTESIES!I The portal of death for man. Activities Having Bearing -
the last door which cannot be
live To MatterBy I I ; ;: is no longer his heart., I Ii On Subjects
I Members the Powwow Club SERVING OF LUNCHEON] Medical: men have known for

Y II I SEVERAL PROMINENT PERSONS ..i of Key West, at a meeting held on MANAGER SCHUTT REPORTS years that the real portal was' CAME BY PLANE YESTERDAY; i ABOUT SEVENTY PERCENT .
HERBERT PLUMMER I South Beach this week, spoke in II I elsewhere. I By HERBERT PLUMMER'
(By AMriate4 1'rtss> I ABOARD. YACHTS,*. high praise of William Menendez'l I SATISFACTORY BUSINESS II |I t But the last heart beat was a, EXPRESSED HIMSELF AS WILL HAVE APPLIED FOR (llr AM rlalv4 Preset

WASHINGTON. March 30.- TAKE ADVANTAGE OF FINE j(i superintendent at the sufficient sign to be used as of EXCEEDINGLY PLEASED PRIVILEGE WHEN TIME EX- WASHINGTON March 30_
the FERA. I ficial. Because from it there
Action of the '!Arizona; slate lexh! The club is composed of Win- FIRES ON MONDAY The belief it growing among ad. ,
FISHING WATERS THERESpecial With the serving of luncheon I was so rarely any recall. WITH STAY HERE
la tu re in providing for anbassador" "am I ter visitors and among its mem-]I i This has changed. Between ministration intidert that it it did;.' '>
Monday the Casa Mturna\ Hotel -
bership are widely known writers 500 and 1,000 persons "dead" by
to Washington promise I I( educators and business men and!.'! will bring to a close a most satisfactory About ential for some tort of com*
I the
( to The CU,...) stopped heart;sign, have beenbrought Captain Errol Boyd world fa- seventy percent of the
become, what, is known in dip. PIRATES COVE, ,Fla., March i,!I'women who gathered,at,(he;beach I | season. Manager, r.ett1'l1; back to :life uv the?last, ny>us .aviator,was an arrival by I homestead owners !in Key West i, proroite to be worked out in. thaI

l. 30.-The list of I at stated times :for. the pun)() .ol P.nSchutt\ told !iThe, ;.Citizen. nto-j'five yearsihbC.dedito.InMnp. ; plan in Key West yesterday;and I will, have applied for ,tax exemp-j tenate the Patman bonus 'bilL
lomatif, part PCC; ,1'affaire protocol guestsnow-en-j: I!getting,,together ..ajKJ. hohhngftdisft ; 'I l Be. Right '-drf il,
!. when.he.arrive to pretent hi. Joying,.fishing and otherad.ivitie 1![I cussions,on(,various, ,matter>}?,?*,of 'day.With, I, .,The circumstances: under which it.v.,which .he" aw under, the guidance 1 1 ion I Monday afternoon. was the)!I will not |be enough.manjr,believe ?
the .of the > '
at this local and ,world.widekinterest., ; hotel i statement of
popular include C. i Tax
resort : i j Assessor J.
credential*.. ; ? r' I this seeming,,;"miracle"' can,. beperformed of.; Captain, Paul| M. Weide- Otto ; h for the. Patmaa, bill U. bo
G. Durn. F. D. Dora.. Clayton C. i I Ad. : ... Jub.. bfanagerSchuttvisas: : .the gratification ' mann. : Kircbhciner to The Citizen today j
To whom will he present hi* At thqjast( meeting .he\d.\ on'' of areehavply;: limited. I i I ,While..2,000 application '| defeated merely by the, ''ad.
; re.lizing.that forms
I : \guest
Dorn. W. Frank Miller,..,Bill Miller l every .They,I include :only, about ,a,' credential T Byron Wolf-all, one family Thursday inent attorney,, 'rederictIfaller, .of}, ,,Chicago.: : ,. promji...adi I at pie i magnificent,hostelry).was:a,1'I _,of diseases i. and, .accidents;t aviators who ,bare been; ,successful I' about were- issued 600 have to applicants been only, minittration. .,conunaading. :tnfficient '
t discuss from Bradford Pa. Dorn :!satisfied f r one, and will retura,-when none of which may be permitted: 'in completing.a' flight\ 'across the 11[ returned i
With whom will he ; C. G. dressed the club on the matter of j' : properly filled out and in readiness I strength in the tenata to
Atlantic lie
also made
'the to do serious a
the his retirement of the season again opens. I organic harm before non- ; to be
grandfather and'Mr. Wolf his as president ,, forwarded to Talla
problem concerning the sovereign I organization preparatory to leav-1 I I From the remarks of those who a heart is to be restarted. stop flight from New York 'to'' hassee. utUin. a presidential, veto. Here
secretary. The party have had Haiti. I
tate of Arizona in the capital? ing with Mrs. Haller for the.i were there this season some of I The cases are enough to call t j I I i Mr. Kirchheiner estimated that I it the situation at they dope it
several days of fishing catching ,home. I Ii ii [ whom are remaining until the last]])[I attention to the real portal of| In recognition of this accom- approximately 1,400 I
i i 1 I homestead
Those charged with looking,I some fine specimens. i;i i It was during his talk that he' day the management feels as- death i ;; and to what medical plishment the Haitien government'conferred I' owners in Key West and Monroe out:

after that sort of thing here, II. W. Vanllaersma de Witt and ,,, spoke words of praise of Mr. \ I sured that next season will mean science is doing toward reaching!! on him the rank of gen county are entitled to exemption Should the senate sustain the

frankly admit they're stumped. i family from the Netherland Legation -i I, nendez his many courtesies l\Ie.j 100 percent patronage. 1 I I that door. The real portal is,the' eral in the decree army, and by presidential ; II' under the law, and he was satisI -I President in his promised veto of

But not the Arizona delegation at Washington also visi 'attentions shown the members. As a matter of fact, it was said nervous system. In death the in one of the boulevards I fied that all of these would file the bonus bill as passed by (the
The state's ere -I I Following Mr. Haller, Arthur there would have been a much] rtart is with the nervous sjfctem.1 Port au Prince was their applications. I house then the door would be
three representatives -, tors ', named after
here as is Alan Howard and, So long the system is intact: him. '
i Brown who succeeds him as prcl'iI l larger number of visitors this as I I I The fact that 2,000 blanks closed! to those democratic 'reprcfsentatives
in congress-Senators As- wife; Eliot Bishop and Mr. and j I dent, addressed the meeting and year had the announcement of t I I there is still hope. II j Captain Boyd was accompanied: i iI issued and less than half were that I who voted for the bill.

hurst and Hayden and Mrs.. J aa- Mrs. Albert D.. Alessandro New !I|:also paid tribute to Mr. Menendez the opening been made at a nl I I Closely related to it are respiraJtion I, on E., his trip to Key West by Frank i number returned: filled out, made i There will be no possible way for

bella Greenway, member of the I York !I['and his many activities in behalf) earlier date. As it was many o;I I and the heart. The nervous and Karelsen Miss Jr.. of New York, it necessary for the assessor to them to bridge their way back. *

house are prepared to aceord him I The Yacht Osprey, III, owned i' of the club and its members. Other I I those who had been regular guests ii)'staffs controls both. wood Beach Eileen O'Kane. of Holly.i,l fend for more blanks and !it was I These members of the! Tiousf:
full diplomatic recognition upon by Carman Runyon arrived atj,, speakers were Dr. and Mrs. Howard at the hostelry in former years,,I! 'Clo.inK Portal 12:30 and left 5 o'clock,, They arrived.* expected that about 200 would be J]will be up for reelection jn 1936 ;
his arrival. II the resort here with Mrs. Runyon. ;' T, Smith and Jerry J.. Ten j'I had made reservations at other I f It might be said that the portal -' !. for Miami. I,; received in the mail today. ;;|'at the same time as will' be' 'bIi'Roosevelt < '
end: Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Pattau Hoor. resorts when the opening of the t is a series of three doors, very, Immediately upon receiving The urge to "Run ,
Anhauador' To Ohio I I I They dined at the camp and spent I Ii Express 'AppreciationAt / I hotel was announced. j I[I close together. They close BO i these Mr. Kirchheiner will issue; With Roosevelt will be" Strong=. :
One authority here has raised[I[i, the night, proceeding on to Key the conclusion of the words' Directly after the closing Mon' swiftly one after the other that FREIGHT RATES I I: (hem to those who require them.''[for many, necessary. Unfesij given
the question if Arizona's recognition -|' West for supplies. of the talks it was decided to an. day Manager\ Schutt and family!/!,there may be doubt at times as to and) wjth this addition to those at. an opportunity to return' to the

of Washington evidenced Mrs. Runyon entertained several nounce to the public the attitude will go to their home in Fort twhich shut first. But in order of Im j 'I'ready received, and making allow. fold'their position ,might prove>> ,
by that state sending an ambassador friends on board the yacht at of the club towards Mr. Menen Myers, and from there will. in all Ii:(!, importance the nervous syste ON FERRY LINE i I once', for tardy applicants who embarrassing. :
to the banks of the Potomac dinner Thursday night. des and Mr. and Mrs. R. R. probability. go to Maine for th stands highest. 'have I blanks but have not filed Ditpotal Necessary

implies recognition by "ash.wngtolLo. .The Osprey.. III. left Friday,]I, Ricketts called at The' Citizen of- summer months.WINTER ( the.* .overeica,..*Ut of, mawinji: forMiami:Beach where]Ifice imd.preented the.tollo { I l bodily tissues' the nerves are the:]> BE.CHANGEDi, U"ate'or 70'percent) SHfffforfaJlfar '.,ue jn oneway-or the-other-no wv
Arizona. it has been anchored off the' ing: "i VISITORs'i 1[I most ."labile"* the most easily up-!' i short of the actual number | may be politically dangerous. .to.
The case of the state of Ohiois Flamingo docks all season. The I i "Key West, Florida I I I!set. Dissolution in'them is more : | the administration. It merely

pointed to as an example.Is !! yacht will remain at Miami for the I "March 20, 1935. I speedy than elsewhere. In an ex' ANNOUNCEMENT WAS MADE NEW prolonging. the agony into ;:
the federal administrator of:)J Dir and Run-I I "We whose ; amination of beheaded in TODAY' SCHEDULE presidential election
summer and Mrs. names are hereto LEAVING SUNDAY persons | BY DIRECTOR NOR.: FORt year.
FERA lent out from Washington -i] ,, I I Some '
yon and their young daughter. Estelle signed wish to testify to 0 uy i Germany it was found that nerve political onlookers pro
to handle Uncle Sam's largest]I will return to New York by.' deep appreciation of the constant I t ous tissues died more quickly BERG THOMPSON AND AD. PLANES IN SUMMER eas tal,nee in the way the 'senate
ambassador or minister plenipotentiary train (I I i i courtesy' many services and a t. I I than others, and took only about'' MINISTRATOR han.cllpdthe wo!k-relief hiJI in Us
? : Mr. and Mrs., Pattau spent the1!,I tentions extended to us during our ATTORNEY AND MRS. PERRYTEN two minutes to do so. j i i GILFOND Il | final stages some hint the White

With all their levity however day Thursday fishing from Pirates' stay in Key West this season by HOOR RETURNING ,One progressive step in recent l --- ,{t i! House h and administration leaden
the Arizona delegation in congress I Cove, catching many dolphin, kin g.1 1 j i'i,William Menendez superintendent control of the nervous center I i WILL BECOME EFFECTIVE on capitol hill are thinking'' along.
regard the move of their 1 i Changes in freight: rates on heI this line
i fish and hooked a big sailfish J at South Beach. TO CHICAGO capitalizes something man has APRIL 1, ACCORDING TO AN.
state legislature with more con-- which broke the line and got away.l i I i i' "We have found in him, at all I known since cave days the sigh. ferriei were annouced this morn Beaus' Vote Postponed t

cern than they admit openly. | Earnest Hillman and EarnestHillman. ,. times a ready, capable and affable , l The sigh is a deep breath,-to clefout r ing by Norberg Thompson, director i j t NOUNCEMCMT:' MADE While the threat of Longjnight ;.

Wanted: Patronage-Money Jr., have been fishingevery gentleman well informedon I Attorney Perry J. Ten Boor and I the respiratory center of accumulated of Gilfond.the ferry operations, and M.'E.I'' hays been one or the reasons for :

Senator Ashurst for example' day from Pirates Cove for Key West and its environs its t Mjs.\ Ten floor of Chicago and carbon dioxide and acting administrator' i in haste, it wa fairly evident as well'

has compiled statistics showing::![the last two weeks. They have sent'a t. many resources and attractions! Glencoe Illinois will leave for poisons. |!! Key West. The new rates are effective A new schedule for the summer thai the ,administration leaden j

that out cf every,dollar the ,tax-;'' beautiful dolphin and tarpon to its means of entertainment fori I Miami tomorrow afternoon after!!, It is the carbon dioxide, sat- Under Monday the April schedule 1. rates !1'! months will be put into effect, be- were determined that no premature f
payers of Arizona have paid into t|! the taxidermist at Key West for I the visitor in quest of healthful a delightful vacation of two ural waste product of the body![ new sinning April 1, by Miami-Key\ vote on the Patman bill :

I the federal treasury last year I}I i mounting, to be sent to their home j I'rest and recreation. I months in Key West. In Miami., which causes the sigh: The car-', for empty one-half will be tontrucks$2 1-ton loaded trucks.or West Airways Inc., it was an should be had in the'senate.: !'t
they received36 in return. lie I I I in Pittsburgh. I "We have also found in him a they will join a party of friends) bon dioxide stimulates the nerv.!'l f I ; nounced this morning. After op- The niodifiel silver inflation:
i; $4.SO 1 1-2 tons $5.50 2-ton
f ,
has distributed 100,000 circulars'' Mr Ernest! Hemingway entertained I pleasing contact with a mind well and begin the journey homeward. ous center-the deep breath fol- ; crating on a daily schedule duringthe amendment offered by Thomas' of)
$6.50; 2 1-2 ton, $8 3 ton, $9
in the state setting forth this in-( a party of friends at The j enriched with the legends of the Mr. and Mrs. Ten Hoor arrived I 1 lows. Viand i 3 1-2 ton. $11. The rates o n winter reason, the airways l '. Oklahoma was consented io because
formation in detail. Cove Thursday for lunch. region's storied corporation: will revert to its tri he, had threatened if'it way
I I i ,I' past. in Key West February 1, and secured .. Respiratory Stimulant J>1 this last group of trucks is 5T 0
The three Arizona members of! "It is with great pleasure that the attractive home of Miss Medicine ' this weekly schedule beginning Monunuer -, not accepted he would offer thai ,
I uses fact by gi cents "lower Jf trucks ere empty bonus
congress are frank to admit the. RAYMOND EINHORNAHAINSJONORS I we commend Mr. Menenrle1.r I MpHie .Parker,:,..,:',at 1015, 'ing"massive 'dos s''of' '.ca i Jh.e; 'complete? schedule will bd'j '" jIlt I I, as a rider. l of the state's ambassador'\ \ "Mr.( ands Mho '' { uTe '.I While Senator Glass rrVitirl 1>iix
W E. schedule
mission r ; 'Waddtll:1 1 1Mr :] r eet. dioxide caiv >> ..,+ summer ,
,t (nr.i. ".rtoib: j[ more than the bcijy#f ,,.*nand!- i JPage JYiunHi} this Isau e '"
vehemently !
IJ declared
here will be to obtain more : and ilfn.R.: R.- Rickehs"Mr!' Th .. + ep(inf1 M'l' operate out'of( Miami! he'' tr 841di
Fy, ..,immediately} becam,e:- a: sUPI'IY"naturalt); nGxTngJit''wjth 't Trailers wilj-b*ltharged th I,
,money and patronage for the Mrs.il Howard T. Smith; 1 + \ ;,I "jRAI UJ!West on Tuesdays>t, Thursdays I no one whathr-lrould'; +'dd'in
J Viand i Mri: liart dtplotiy Yilll.1 I -
o winter thus ek
The t
:\rel "f trit
: l ;\ ;; oxygen. tarbo'nj'tlioxi'de; "fjarne,.,ra \.aajkhexrejrular> : s!I. d' the :.
state Already they say there .t and Mvs..J.-: .>Dudley.' 'Mr."i:! 'nd'Mrs. torsoine!l 4 tyq. ,pwwow Club,!rused h'a' powerful\ sUm'ulant';,: .to: ldotopyci! vili)1c;) l iit;n'uc'to' have and Sundays, with no plinesjthe I!' that both the Thomas impreMioti!! '?lfdis\
.are from 20 to 30 "ambassadors"or DjO.] Martin; AEr.: 'arid'lrfrs.: 1' became activelsthe a the : i4 balance of the week. Planes'1i i ,
I II fin : ; 'ree ratory 'cente'r in tjiejierroos heir Rictentlrattsdll ,
"lobbyists"fvom Arizona in Frederick Haller.; "' Arthur ]M. uonal, and pleasurable} meetings systemf! lllt 'has .t-a.velf, ,I t : beMroade.ittit; *' eVttew on Wednesdays. I I i amendment wthe'Wed'
I I I KEY WEST BOY MERITS]I } ;" IcesgFl'io.' nlcJn, to because '
' 'wa.' thought-
\Yashington tryin to influence Brown.ll\lr.'and-MtJ.'P\ .r The change in schedule made They
; tt / was
: J. Ten t theorgamzatlon held at, Southipeach. ,I.many1 live1! '" : V 1 wam i i ,W4*. by ealltngelh c could .
legislation in one way or PLACE IN HALL OF''FAME' I r hoer bit and Mrs.! Jeronii' Bu( 'rl.i .. ./ i Another stimulant that ."" works',,Florida; vxfmv,ERA office, Paul's TfreShop because of the anticipated slack: be knocked: out'in;' .conference
"Another" says another'l Mr. and Mr?'. A. II.. Belkhap\ ,'bt r.! "their'stay: has been one of the I directly the nerve centers is.![r or the Standard Oil ServiceStation ing up of trade on the line although ' While later
if he bears the crerlt> AT UNIVERSITY and Mrs. Henry the plane has been operating such action does not remove
$rewer. E. F.!
happiest and most and
enjoyable Dl i r I alpha lobelia, an alkaloid from the) at Fleming ,
| threat.or
by the governor: himself won't: Tibbott, Mr. and Mrs. M.; Tibbott, I and hire\ Ten Hoor said and they herb lobelia. The herb an Indianremedy : : The FERA office will into and out of Key West at the a filibuster j{
difference." Miss\ I I[ loads the work relief bill later, if dido
make much
Mnrjory S. Tomkinson very nearly rapacity pastfew
I are looking forward to a return was discovered in i i take reservations each day except sidetrack
But he'll be received with the (11..1.1 <. The ('Uln.. Brunn. Mrs.\ E. Brunn, Dr.] next season. fica by physicians of King Amer-I[! Saturdays and Sundays until 5 weeks. There will be n an expression- btb
dignity befitting hill rank never.! GAINESVILLE March and Mrs. Phillip L. Given." I the office closes change in rates.CHILD'S /*senate, on the bonus until later
lof England. Not until In. Saturday
quite recently d p. when the-
30'-1 ; whole question
theless. Raymond ;Einhorn by virtue i can b Q
He'll even have a seat in the I', 2.93 average-the highest aver-I! JAMES MOFFETTARRIVES PICNIC DAY FORSCHOOLCHILDREN 1 alpha was lobelin the essential extracted substance i in-!'I rat' made noon.at Paul's Reservations Tire Shop can until be TEARS ARE :;;,i threshed blouse out with ,the White
senate reserved rage in the entire senior
gallery for | i
diplomats !;
the Standard
pure form. Medical authorities j lOp. m., and at MINGLED WITH BLOOD
exclusively: if he wants it. the University of Florida-has I
regard its possibilities with .! Service Station until 9 p. m.
merited a place in the Hall of growing DRIVE IN. THEATER
Fame I TODAY favor. It ill used in asphyx'meningitis ,'I ens A.= Press. I I. .

STEAMER YORO The Hall of Fame consists of and respiratory co i-i MANY STOP AT LONDON. March 30.The in. .(Or AMelatf>J'i>eet) /t
the ten outstanding seniors on the THREE DIFFERENT PICNICS; lapse j front shock from anesthesia! stance of a 3-year-old Indian girl LOS ANGELES.-Tbe height
FEDERAL HOUSING ADMINISTRATOR -,I t and from hemorrhage.The who for several months emitted of "customer 'con. ni nee" has
COMES TO PORT campus who have achieved this ENJOYED HERE YES. '
margin by which death has MUNSON ISLAND been achieved in a town
i distinction of excellence in athletic blood when she cried, rather than near here'
accomplishments, scholastic abilityor COMES IN TERDAY ji been pushed back is narrow a tears, is reported,,jn The Lancet, which has a "Drive in Theater."
matter of a few minutes. Yet ---- British medical publication Pictures are thrown' 'on 'the' -
through leadership- in i ON YACHT ] I
Arriving at 2 o'clock this morning : campusactivities. : I these minutes are all important tl I !1 il Dr...R. L. ,Haviland of the .Indian '. "world's t largest. screen" and *>>o e I

the Yoror fruit carrying steamship These ten deserving men are ., .. I Yesterday was picnic: day for for many persons, and each gain i FISHING CAMP ENJOYS EX-':-: .Military!: : hospital Abbotta- charge is made' for driving your

of the Standard Fruit and I chosen by the faculty committee James,.. A. rMoffett. Federal school children of Key West in this range means saving thousands ,CELLENT' PATRONVtaE.*. M |I It bad. wrote;" . ',,automobile a into'ihe"rheato'r.: 'General .

Steamship company, took on bunker headed by Dean Tolbcrt, dean of Housing Administrator[ came into when three different picnics were}' of lives. 'FROM 'ANGLERS': + ., |I "The child was examined, but ,. .admi.u' oft,U 26. eenti'aa r., id ulL. ;
of fuel oil at the Porter Dock I!I students. staged in as parks in the - I abnormality, could be detected!I \:
Key aboardhis many ,
Weat'this' ,
i' "
morning .
company and sailed at 4 o'clock!I I yacht, the Bidon. and tied up city. They were all sponsored by,I NEW ARRIVAL AT .. .---- "' '!* 1' in-the-eonjunetmror-lacrimalTip.l ', JAIL' AMID,.......;.....LIBERTY: j ;1O j
for Frontera, Mexico. j at the Key West Yacht Basin. the recreation department of the! I Patronage '-a t Mdndo I'! Jslan'd;! :,, wtUsr:' t h 5fisi! (lt; al\h:1w: as i f w, IerdAnaelael+rr M> QJ
Tanker Alabama will not arrive Habana-Madrid Club Key W lest Administration. Fishing Cair.p has been quite' up''''satisfactory: and no marked: :
r Mr. Moffett has been on the ] : ; JACKSON, Tenn-In; ,
\1 _one re-
today as was scheduled, but will FOLK HOME HERE] 'I ::
TONIGHT keys, leisurely coming southward. Games of various sorts were;I i 'to expectations this season and. anemia was presentr I':spectt'at least, environment doeeatmein ?
arrive with 4 o'clock tomorrow morning I It was not known how long he played during the afternoon, the I I ____ I Ii j li [advance notices of parties: to a _ "An iron' mixture was 'prescribed ; a thing in this town... The+, .
25,000 barrels oil for
of fuel picnics starting after school rive are still being received by and three weeks later
; planned to stay in Key West. was county '
Entire New Floor Show jail !is located Liberty
the Porter Dock company tanks. i il j i I dismissed. Lemonade was served.!I i Announcement has been made!lR. !r[. Ellison the tnanaEcr. :i he was-again.brought to the hos-i 1 street J -Ji

5 BIG ACTS TOPS DRESSED WHILE Approximately 400 children of the birth of a girl I. weighing 1I ]r In addition to numerous par- pith This time she.cried. on ex: .1 i - ;
FRESH KILLED POULTRY I, YOU WAIT were at Bayview Park about 150 nine and a half pounds. this ]ties I which have, enjoyed the, f is amination.. Actual blood,' somewhat .; j

,. Featuring Jon Lope Dor!* Rainy Weather U at Ha.d! I were at Stowers Park and approximately -t'I.ing. to Mr. and Mrs Ralph morn-j Folk.].;ting I this season and the delightful diluted by tears,. came' from -II.......,, '' :
HENS AND FRYERSOrders Borden, Gerald Pinder. Eliza- Have your Top mad LEAK. 400 at Navy Ball], at their home in the rear of 41 surroundings; at the camp'another -I the eyes, .-. J :
I beth Barnett, Louis i ,CarboneU' PROOF. Field where colored children'gathered. Margaret street party headed by J., Glenby ,of, "The child has been; under ob&erYatioD :TomorrowUr: ...+ "J z

l Taken Any Hour I, Orchestra and Cuban Rhumba SPECIAL OFFER Top* i' I I "The new arrival has been given 1 New York''is expected next week. for three :myntlw ._ 'S'O'CLOCICTEA: .,

Fulford's Poultry Farm Band. dressed fr*. if yow pvrchaa a I I Two more similar affairs areclosed;'the name of Dianne Lee. There will be nine in this-group at resent'the coo<(itiu >)tic'..*tmoft i wo 'Orck *

Phon. 880 1 Deliver I I 10 P. M. UNTIL ? can of top dr.M ng. I planned before schools are i Mr&Folk before marriage was 1 and the :members. will spend several cleared. epta: : ton.. I'aegCRlh''T' ; _" ., '
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rubtiahed Dally Ktcept Sunday By not be of special
1. P. AUTMAJf. PrMUest.Kraitt significance that fewer wom.en are mem TRAININGSCHOOLi

The Citizen Balldlnr bers of legislatures at present than in other Happeni ,. .Her Just 10 Yean I I I
Corner Greene and Ana Street recent years. This year the 44 state legis- Af o Tn4ay As Taken Front A standard training school of!I WALL BOARD Ii
The File Of The Citizen two courses will open in the First j I
Only Dally Newspaper In Key West and Monroe lature which will hold sessions will have Methodist Church of this city on;I

County. 130 women members, as compared with Sunday at 3 p. m., according to
entered,at Key West. Florida as second class matter State Senator Wm. H. Malone, announcement made today.
149 such members in the 38 state i iU"
} FIFTY-8IITH YEAR although opposed to the commis- I The Congregational and Methodist LARGE STOCK JUST RECEIVED
tures which met in 1929. sion or manager form of government I churches will cooperate in

MrMber .( the Aseerlated fmu At, present Connecticut leads in the in Key West, will bring the this rchool. The two subjects
.1.6 Associated Press Is exclusively: entitled to use
>r republication of all news dispatches credited tit number of women legislators, with 17. matter up at the next ,session of I which will be taught are training' thick Weatherwood Densboard, so thick that it can be nailed to
or not otherwise credited In this paper and aloethe legislature, according to the wishes In the Devotional Life and'Evangelism
local new published here. Next in order come New Hampshire, of the people. If it is shown to in the Church School two s. stud without'' having' to sheath back. of it. Pretty brown color. Comes .in

Vermont Washington.. him by a petition that 51 percentof I subjects which are vital to the life sheets 4' ''wid .
EDITORIAL) ) the desire to establishthis :
people and effectiveness!! of church,
A the of any ;
rNATlON.L by League Women
I93SADVKRTIStVO survey form of government, regardless it is said. Price '12.lengths: ,
.voters disclose the following facts con- of his wishes or opinions he $50.00
Miss Lee I
." women's in the Pattie Coghill, religious Per M .._1.._.,. .,_ ......._._..<
StfICR11'TIO% RATES cerning representation in the will support such a measure education field worker of 'u. :

.1ft. Year _._...... ..-- -.-.-. ;isiS 601 1935 state legislative bodies: legislature, giving the people of the Congregational Church ini t Price 9'', and 10 Lengths S
flx Months
Three Months _, IU'Jo. Eleven will sit in State senates the city the chance to vote on the Florida will teach the first course Per M ..._......_...........:.._..__.._...._. 55.00 ::
Mootb. _._.,._.., _.. ..t6Aeekly women proposition and decide for themselves : mentioned. Dr. R. Ira Barnett

.' .11 as compared to 12 for the past two years. whether or not they wish a executive secretary of the Boardof Price 4' Lengths i iJI

Made. known en application.! RATES There will be 119 in the lower houses. manager to handle the affairs ol Christian Education of the Per M ...._.........._.._................_ 45.00
the! city.V. Florida Conference of the :Methodist -

Alt readln aeticea Sl' ,tCIAL cards NOTICE of. thanks, resolutions of They comprise, politically: Democrats, Church, will teach the course thick Structo Board, absolutely smooth, like glass, even heavier ;

rrppect.. rate rMtuary of :e cents notice.a line., etc., will be charged for attie 67; Republicans, 52; Socialist, 1/; elected \ C. Titley vice president ol in Evangelism.Both I than the above, rigid and strong, 4' wide.

s ntl""a! for entertainments by churches from which with both Republicans and Democratic the Western Union Telegraph company of the classes of the
revrtiu Is to toe derived are .6. cents a line. school will be open to all who will 1 s
n.'illacD Is an open forum and Inyites di.eu.san .* endorsement (in New Hampshire), 3 ; and party of officials of the Price 12' LengthsPer
Those who desire to do so,
:Hittreat/ .ef public but It Incurs will not and publish subjects anonymous of local or communl.SIDELIGHTS general. political party representation not reportedin company day from arrived Havana in on Key the West Governor to. may join. register and pursue the stud M ?.........._...._....._.................... 65.00 .

)atl' '''' survey, 5.Threefourths. Cobb. The officials are on an ies in !such a way as to secure at Price 9* and 10 Lengths :.
the close of the school on Friday : : 70.00Price
of the total number of inspection!' trip throughout tht: certificate of Per M ..... .... ............__.........._......
evening. April 5. a
countries.The .
Republicans is in the eastern states of southern credit which will apply toward a 4* Lengths is

Maine, Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Duke and Duchess dt.1 ternational leadership! diploma Council; which of Religpus thIn- Per M ...__.._._._.._.._............._ 55.001R E

York, New Hampshire and HiYermopt. ".
lieu ti 4 Captain"and,1.M .
..*. By.'MARCY B. DARNALL, Three-fifths offthe DeniocrAtiSrepre} ( \l- C ke D. :tearns.!} 4ho wee u1i Education issues.! thick Weatherwood Ivory Tile sheets, is beveled on edges"and tOIJ

for'fEdito..... . ,'of, Tit Key West Citizen" {3' tation is in sates west .'of...' th'v<>Taegh nil ,,'e|. i 1. + ni for veral*d*y ret fnetf+ r rt '. LEGALS .t E. guts and grooves together.' ''Rio<< tripping necessary. If careful not even, :' ,J

:> mornini the S. shfsprsi to paint it.. Makes beautiful wall finish. Sizes of sheets
The one Socialist is fro ||Pl Bnsyj'anfi7and| [ .necessary a : :' ...:. I
\ Ant ler er Pol' ttta.pa is 4, "UUTIT outr.. TATI I! : (!f;
he' explanation a woman recently is a re-election* El.. ..t J ty clohJ. PCkerj, B lt )I'LOMIIIt. T\K>TIFTII: Jltlf.CIAI. : 24"x48"apt"x32"; ; 18"x48"; 18"x32"-:: : ,

life insurance for failure a geon in the U. S. Navy.flA'copjFvofUheJ ,t ., '('IHCTIT.flA'1e'ERI'io\itn, :' eoi'PYekTY. "t'P.rice'Per' : S
gave..a company I IX n. 1Jt mP : M :
PAt'1, ),Nittalv, f ASIi. 1 $60 00 :
to pay premiums on her husband's policy "sd .GENIUS MUST IiFf 1 SE I YiD' '. : { ) "r first issue'of f .It J1* ;"-. Y1'l.' }mi>lalimnf.'JMARY ; >'. Sq. Ft. ..........._...::L......._................... .

seems reasonable. She wrote: "Please St. Record' Key Largo Breeze, consisting of, K. CASH Pffeml.int.ORDKR You should visit our store and ask to see these wall boards. They are
( Augustine
) 1C pages, was received by The OF I'UHMPVTION e
excuse us, as we can not pay any more the and will of finish that i U needed here
Attracted by stories of the rehabilitation of Citizen today. The paper is well i sworn'! It appearing Mil filed In liy the affidavit abov..-sfated ; revolutionary, provide a type at very

premiums on Sam Johnson. He died last Key West: that have have gone abroad, numerous edited and is filled with advertise. I Iment cause that Mary II Cash ton; defendant .- economical cost.
therein naniKt i I" a nonresident
The is edited by the.
paper i
May: Yours truly, Mrs. S. Johnson. writers have sought that Island City this season staff of the Homestead Leader and I and rhv of re"the lden State at New of York.Florida N.

finding "copy" in varying degrees' according to is is!'ud from the office of that Y., and that she in over the af f'Ot,
twenty-on years'!; It H:' therefore ordered
the imagination and perception of the individual.The publication in Homestead.Real I I that paid nonresident, defendant
More than 500 legal tests of New ,
I.e and she H' hereby required
:Miami News in. this connection says: to appear to, the bill of South Florida Contracting & Engineering Co. j
Deal: legislation are now pending in Federal estate agents of Key West complaint filed in said cause' on or
"Key West's: winter literary colony before Monday. the let day of April,
-Courts, according to a press dispatch, held a meeting last night in the A. D 1935. otherwise the allegation
keeps about a constant level with arrivals rooms of the chamber of commerce of said bill will be taken as ronfeeaed Phone 598 White and Eliza Streets {

of which more than one-half affect theNRA matching departures for the North. Recently for the of organizing I by paid defendant
purpose this
It la further ordered that order
board in West be published' once each week "Your home is worthy of the best"M
; Which is hardly good for a realty Key
news writers Mrs.
any- departed are E. D. Sudlow and for four consecutive weeks in the
The constitution and by-laws of
Key West Citizen a published
one except the lawyers. Beverly Smith, who were doing Key West rehabilitation the Miami chamber was read and in said County newspaper and Slate. ......................................................................

articles for the Saturday Evening with some few changes was adopted (SEAL This )2Sth day ROSS of February C. SAWYER., 193S ." ,d/m '. drir. '-'

Port and the American magazine, respectively by vote. Clerk Circuit Court .. ..
Golden wedding anniversaries: are not By FI-ORKNCK E. SAWYER. -
Elmer Davis, former newspaperman and poli- I I Deputy Clerk.
WILLIAM H. MAI.ONK.Solititor : .
but when the four
uncommon, participantsin tical commentator and well-known writer of EditorialyComment. : A question: for Complainant.
Why is it that a nook can put mar*-!-lC-3-30
double wedding all live for 50
years short stories and fiction books, is finishing a over a proposition where an hon. I '
after.the event it is rather remarkable. With painted lips fingernails
Key Mest assignment for Harpers. Mildred est man fails.
and toenails Ruth St. Denis danced -
This-happened in the case of J. T. Manning Harris is writing the experiment, up ;for _the -, I a "..h.thmic interpretation of .\' .r e, ..
Much f interest shown last
New Yorker. Ernest Hemingway John Dos the Psalms" before the altar of aPaik
;and J. G. Page of Alabama and their night in the plans outlined for the during
Avenue, N. Y., church
wiveS, who recently celebrated a half cen- Passes Jlutchin, Hapgood and the Italian, establishment of a Young MenV cervices.; '-

Carlo Thepca have all} been there recentlyand Christian Association in Key West. :
tury of wedded life. Mrs. Manning and
The meeting was held in Harris BENJAMIN LOPEZ'
some are there now. Mrs. Eugene O'Neillwas I
:Mrs...X'age are sisters. rchool and L. P. Rowland, secretary FUNERAL HOME
there not so long ago,and Key West at of the association, addressed ,
EataLliaJaed: 49 Year.
present boasts a famous literary visitor who his hearers on the subject. Mr I
We.f. Oldest
While applying for a marriage license has threatened to "leave without notice" as Rowland prehensive gave'outline a clear of the and activities com--.'. 24-Hoar Anbalaae SreLicf I

ar'FortVayne, Ind. Clarence Friend and soon as his name gets in print." of the organization, its aims I >BsJ E..Lal..r

Josephine Knoll both fainted, the bride- Not to be outdone by Key West, we cite and ideals and at the conclusionof I Phoo 138 Night 6M-W 1 1h

to-be swooning first. After being revived some of the notables, of this. season, the list I his interesting talk the meeting -

they received their license. It would be J showing; James Branch Cabell Edwin Cranberry afternoon.was adjourned until Sunday Pirates Cove Fishing CampPirates I

interesting to learn how they bore up when Commander Donald B. MacMjillan, Core, Florida

they ,faced the minister. Mrs. Francis King Leonard Outhwaite, Harold Although late in the season the 20 Miles From Key West on
train arriving this morning carried
Vinal, Barbara Rex Zoe Beckley. Hervey the Overseas Highway I
such a large number of passengersit
Allen stopped briefly on his way to .Coconut SWIMMING POOL
Recently Senator Borah proposedthat I was necessary for it to be made

the United States investigate the Grove, and again on his way north. up in two sections. The first arrived FINE CUISINE
at 9:10 o'clock and the *ec-| First Class Accommodation
trouble between the Catholic Church and Of course! there are others. Authors are '
ond at 9:45 o'clock. There were Write or Telephone for
the Mexican elusive persons at best and when hard at j
government. Now a Mexican several hundred passengers. y Reservations
work, or hard at play they have)a-'singleqes Ipublic : ,0, _. "Jet
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senator wants his government to investi- 4 'Rates:. $5.00 to 7.00'Per .Payjf
of purpose!' that is not to be divert d. Th*I 'Steamship.Governor,Cobb:1 e-S .
They :
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gate the United States. The latter might i oJ :
oli i which sajlwl. or .Havana tAS
not be bad idea if it should assume a protective were and of ODERHJIZEWITH, .
) a lead to a cOloring.f\t }te' p' caO'ieda large: number passen; .
remedy for what is the matter with us. shun : 'proLatlymaiiy :AIIJS't' (of'them a"rfived bn Poe r "
; >' / 'aCY''W1.51'VcO1ONIAL
,I.. others came and went ihis-J.1J ason \titn-[ ttiteyloo fhtp.in )'ffn dAyatidi ft t;, /. 'ui c lr,

out a hint df their travels getting"1 loA? uJ ot 1R, r ll M;dng; t .bH!",a"t ifi-U1i( '1 r foIi : HOTEL[ ,. . :{J It .fit.1.0" ; t. ii

Hicks Foster of Blue Mountain Miss. moaning. i.-.a.- ...Jv. : , ,. < :'J t
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litizenry in general '.__._ Center of the Businessand .
In the
is both frugal and ingenious. When .his The state "board of health has ",
But while talking about genius centeringin Theater District ,
old car refused to run he used the chassisin i 1 decided to reopen its clinic for I

building a wagon, fenders for a water' St. Augustioe, we must not concentrate on crippled children at St. Luke's First Class-Fireproof-. Good Cooks know that Just the Right Heat. at Just .
writers but pay adequate attention to artists hospital in Jacksonville. This information -
Time in cooking.
Right means everything
Sensible RatesCOFFEE
trough, hinges for his barn door, radius I
who have been with us in increasing num- was received from the I Instantly, without effort, you may have this tre- \, .
rods for a wire stretcher, engine block fora ftate board. AU children whose
bers this year. Last advices from the Si. mendous help with gas in a Modern Gas Range,
doorstep and radiator fot'a fireplacescreen. parents are unable to pay for
Augustine Aits Club gave us 21 for this treatment will be received free. I Garage Elevator'Popular :' That is Flexibility-which no other cooking methodcan
season. This is a goodly showing. Many --- Prices give you.Intense .
Subscribe to The Citizen. searing heat, which you, need to make cof-
have been here all season, and others falling
,Alaskan natives are becoming civilized .. fee quickly in the morning, for instance or to broil a
St. --- -
under the s-pell of Augustine have declared -
steak be to the gentlest simmer.
changed instantly
if awarding alimony is a mark of
in favor of residence.St. .
a year-around Make your range your servant rather than your mas-

civilization. For deserting his squaw, Augustine has a peculiar charm for ter. Enjoy the fullest advantage which gas atone can

Charlie Big Eyes of Ninilchik was required men andomen who follow the creative arts. Your Opportunity q give you. Change your old stove for a modern gas range.

to pay her off with one butcheredbull It appeals to people of taste and. discrimination ,. Liberal trade-in-allowances during this le-on the t

:moose 10 dressed mink skins 10 fox no matter what their calling.. But to most modern' and most perfect cooking equipments 6

pelt 'and 100 salmon.A those who are looking for inspiration fresh Now is the time to modernize your home 'and : can devise-offer you an opportunity you shouldnot .J!:
overlook., Come in today and make your selection. :
which to make such improvements to property as
ideas and, enthusiasm J .with i to f r.r1 your may .. :
returned explorer tells that among on artistic or literary work, it has special be needful or desirable before costs advance too' .
certain. African tribes young girls are. ,attractions. We have sounded this notej before much. _

starved for several days and{ then given a and shall keepon doing so, for St, Augustine .9I.IA .
See us about the U. S. Government plan on tc ciNM.M
good beating just before they are mar- should be the center for a large artists ---- ...
modernization loans. .
long term :
ried. A foretaste of the joys to come, as and writers colony. Jt beginning has been
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were. made. Some notable people have come. Many Enjoy the benefits while you pay. a, ,aa*:.*:++i t- a.e--.:'=....t. aeew..rr.rtw. a-.:.r..rart .

will return. There is a future in developingthis I

Hunters are notorious for mistakingthe side of St. Augustine, and we must not
The First National Bank ot I Key West '
nature of their targets and Jack Evera lose sight of the fact that quaint houses of Florida Public Company .

of Green River, Wyo.f is no exception. the studio variety built in town, and on the
Member of the Federal Reserve
When he presented a pelt at the court beaches are a necessity, if we are ,to Have I

house' and claimed Member of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp:' 'f - - - ....
a wolf bounty it was anything attractive in the way of living II

pointed out to him that he had erred in quarters to offer these unusual visitors who YOUR BANK . --

shooting and skinning the sheriff's police I want atmosphere; and harm, in addition to f -
doggy: creature comforts > ,,_ -'r- { ... ._ _ ... "'.. .. '. _ ;, ., .. a : ,
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?Man" Timotheus Pittman and having a fit until he can get out 1 PiiiiNi '
I L ( GREAT' RICHES ,. Papa Russell! Kerr were-appointed.Now and try them. The writer would I PRICE

you will see some Indian giving -
like to swipe but since :
******. \ horse-trading and shennanians same they
;:: going on. Tim has offered to are backward for yours truly the GOLF IN MIAMI

SrVOMI : Joint* 5tlmM ,,,. And everyone remained Incredibly SPORTS give Russell!' all the men if he can urge will have to be ignored. But: S
*a. l>>e.. ...". A.a4 of (*. fluting -
uithtd fi"/m.>. family f* JVrt patient and kind. James'' eyes would have Joe Lopez and Russell says if clubs have anything to do withit i I : : :

Concordtat.of Alt frandfatktr.. Ifcronok. ,,,.ffrene'mother.
/a many ICM>;,. *.d.. a eery even while he shrank from It. Instead Cdwardinski I MIAMI, Fla., March 30.--
of :
i eV koy- Jlk MffJk the vroiw* 4C0f
<*. .*( low. toward la**!*? He knew that people were being In appreciation of what George' Strunk being 1936 Clem C. Price, of Key Welt,
M. .-we., for Ai.. to .oai.tk1.p 01 kind to him because they Imagined Dodge has done for the club and, champ, it will Ft= .hat !been
o dUodtwnJoff. Now Ala 4 USarah a 1 be be none other than my old pal, participating
was grieving for bts '
Aaa grandparents. - -- because he is nice fellow -
atked him fa air* oi a doggone
flower to tht cemettrv for kit' What would they think If they W. W. Watkins, Esq. in golf and tennis here .t the
Grandmother' see.......ee.e eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee .... and because he will leave
crave *
knew that be J Miami Biltmore!
was grieving more for LOPEZ TEN WINS Key West on Monday morning, Country Clna'
himself Grieving because be could The success of Corinne Grif-
the boys thought gift peculiar: while OB a brief vacation.
Chapter Sit not bear the fear that come day be GOLF LINKS 1 1like fith in talking pictures has led
to Key West Conchs, would be
would be only a horror In a grave. OVER ATHLETICS her producer to have her voice
DOUBTJAMES One afteraoon Judge Holcomb reminder of our happy as! o- insured for $1,000,000. So it is Subscribe to The Citizen.CASA .

snatched tile rtoleti and coming out of a cigar store saw (B7 GRAVY) ciation with him. So a conch shell
I IN DIAMOND BALL I lamp was duly presented with ,a
fled from the bouse Terry his James aJoecblag along Commercial : ......
II'e. e.eeeeeeeeeeeee.eee.eee..eeee.eeee.e*.*e few remarks the andGeorge
Street bands In pockets and bead! by president said.OVERSEA MARINAKey
cocker spaniel came bonndmg after bent The dejection of that slack I t Well it seems that all the winners 'master kicked Cookie (n the shins. replied that a gift was not '

blm. But Terry bad bowled and young body, the flash of misery In SEVENTEEN.INNING FRACAS, I of that golf match played, And everytime Jim Koodle de necessary as he would always remember HOTEL We.f. Hotel D. Las.

bowled the nights hit grandparents those wide apart gray eyes In the I } Thursday were at the dinner last Flue looked at Russell! Kerr he let Key West and hopes to American Plan

,bad died. He did not want Terry moment before James recognized PLAYED LAST EVENING AT, night and were on, time. Most of out a groan. (Reason: Last time, return next season. He has a 917 FLEMING STREET' 200 Delightful Room, each

bowline In the cemetery! and tearing him and spoke touched the Judgeto BAY VIEW t the losers were there, too, feeling Sam and Russell! beat C. & W.,: job up in Maine where he has -Room*- with Private Bath

his heart He sent him sternly tack the quick. PARK RESULTEDIN ''J a bit depressed but there anyhow I!i. 27 to 0.During. i been going for the past 17 sum I With Running Water $1.00 EveaiBg Diaper >?...,__ $%,04
"Come along to my omce." he SCORE OF 7 TO 6 for fear of bing talked about. But I mers. We all hope he comes back Person; With Bath. $1.50 4aeke.* 1.50

and took the longest way to the commanded slipping his arm, In some of the losers got lost some-,] the course: of the dinner i here! a Person Afternoon Tea .., _.. .51
cemetery! walking slowly. Aunt Sarah James "Tou've been neglecting me WEEKLY RATES
(By JOVE) I place. Several of the flDutchtreat" the president announced that Cap-: or a la Carte
bad Deter dreamed of course, these recent weeks and I've missed Newly Renovated
Last night the Athletics and the artists were there, too, with j tains Kirschenbaum Harris
Curry Pious Lefty William WesleyWatkins
bow be bad fought day and al*ht. yon. New Equipment Palm-Shaded Sandy Beach with
especially at night to forget those Lopez Funeral Home played one. their standing motto of "eating j I I and Eddie Strunk were relieved I he of the big wining! New ManagementNO Casino

two sod-covered mounds. JAMES did not want to go to that of the best and longest game*-- off a good payer" and paying for H|of their commands and were being I smile has invested in a set of CLEANER HOTELANYWHERE MasSeur in Attendance

James bad been brought up In a, which bad also been blaCf&ndrather' seventeen innings-ever seen at I" a good eater. Very little business -! reduced to the rank of private.I "Bobby Jones" wood clubs and I PETER SCHUTT .

'w n rfncerely! religions household. Until .. But he could think of Bayview Park in many a moon. was transacted but that 'which And that in their places "Whatta- they arrived yesterday. Willie is i L -.. Mgr. a

his grandmother's'death be had ao no excuse and meekly followed the The Lopez Funeral Home ten took rs noted below ..
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cepted without question his grand Judge's ponderous progress up the the game by a score of 7 to 6. -

parents' belief In an orthodox Christian steep flight of steps that led to the T. Lunn started on the mound All the boys felt so sorry for 111'4T.lIIIIIIIIIIII."IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.. ,

beaten. Heaven had been ai second floor. for the Embalmers but was relieved I Sam Harris last night Next time
real to hIs grandmother as Cantor The Judge led him to the last
by Ubieta in the eighth inning ,they are' going to match
The.relief pitcher ;held the] against Bill Malone because swin-I

A'g, o:just two .id1'n t, Jhe \,cast j I.J "
t t (1
nne frames.-: j I]2>Alyi; man he kno.w.h"can..beat.1! ,. LRELhBLEFIRMSj

''Tynes i diet High' 'sSfhool'"lid i,'|I C\en after !

pitched the'full ''game 8!for' the j was ntiI! ,yett'glum. Maybe It'was t

I Athletics. lie sure deserves{Because! ,he.had.ilVillie:sitting next

credit for the''way' he hurled in'1 to him' and evertimeWillie took ;

r I this game. The contest lacked ,ii: :,bite Sam knew he was paying

only one frame of being two com-I for same. However he had Cookie Who Offer Their Customers Service and Satisfactions
S. I Mesa the
plate standard; nine-inning games. j on other side and some

.. The boys with the big A on their]lof the boys who were on Sam's .eeeeeeeeene....oeeeneeeeeeeee...e.............'*eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeaeeeeeeeee. B '
backs scored first!i end of the table said that every '
two runs in the
; time Willie took bite the Post- DO BARBECUED j
canto on a hit by Gopher, an ei-< YOU
e r' .F ror by T. Lunn and a double by *'.*' C 5 AND W I C H E S SWEET CLOVER
|with a double and three singles in MARINE CURIOS :
I Castillo. They scored one more"i : Prepared the Old-F.s Cloned CONDENSED MILK ,
E i... J Y'Y eight trips to the plate; Gopher NEED MONEY? :
.l in the third frame when Castillo SOUVENIRS
M.AA with an the
i with a double find two singles in : wa y trlmmul' *
doubled once more with Castel- seven tries; Arias with three safe- SANDWICHES of all kind. ASK FOR IT AT YOUR,

lano following suit. The A's add ties in seven times up. We buy anything in OLD : Fishing Tackle, Kodak NEIGHBORHOOD STORE:

ed one more in the fourth inninp. In the field the leaders lOc 35c and Films
were GOLD Watches Chains
Rueda tripled to center and scored TOCOLD same quality and weight} a.

s. qF I on an infield out. In the sixth error.Castillo The with rival 15 chances first sackers I and had one Pins, Rings and Dental : BEER : Diamonds, Watches and e other higher -priced condensed '

the Athletics put over another tal- : Jewelry 2 milk. ,
20 putouts and no miscues. Bridge Work. S WiDe Sodas, Etc. : ,
ly when Gabriel hit to third and
Score by innings: R. H. E. Watch and Jewelry J DISTRIBUTED BYR.pam't -
Esmond threw wide to first, with, PAY USA VISIT ;

the Rubberman going to second;: Athletics 000 000 201 00 "101.___010__ 6 13 3 Florida Gold Refiners {v"We Greet You With a Smile" TRUJILLO BROTHERS, S
Jones singled to right and Gabriel i
went to third Nodine singled Funeral Home 000 001 S 604 Duval St. Phone 347 : WHOLESAlE GROCERY
'iw9 ; I 500 000 000 01 7 15 5 JART'S BAR-B-QUE : FRANK JOHNSON :
through second and Gabriel scor
Batteries: Tynes and Gabriel; U. S. Govt. Permit and Simonton Sta. : Colonial Hotel Diy'aloa' and Thomas' Street
ed. Bldg.
,T. Lunn, Ubieta and Ingraham. : -NO FLJES-- : :

In the meantime the Funeral I I Summary: Errors: Ubieta 2, .eee..e.....esee.eeeeese.e..tiess..e......... .........................., ... .
"Out with It. commanded the Judge. Homers were held scoreless. How *
Albury, T. Lunn Sweeting Gonzalez ,
nIL She had not been there of I room of the suite, to the Inner sane ever in the sixth canto they broke i Castillo Rneda; three base : ..mAo-.. HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE
the ice anQjeoej J one run. Mingue 2 Ib,. __...._ 35c : j I INSURANCE !
course but she knew all about-it* turn narked private which had once, hit; ,Rueda; two base hits:. Castillo
Ubieta to left and went to I| .: Yellowtail Steak 2 Ik 35c : '
But Grandmother sweet and good been reserved tor Governor SUm- singled 2, Castellano Martinez, Gonzalez THE -KEY WEST t'
as she was. had never been very son's exclusive use, seated him at second on a wide throw to first by : Sawyer, Ubieta; stolen Yellowtail on Bone, 2 lb. 25c : : :

clever. She Just accepted whatever the mahogany desk In the swivel Castillo. McCarthy flied out to II bases: T. Lunn Gonzalez Gabriel S- Grouper 2 lb.. 25e Office319 Duval Street.

Grandfather did without cavil or chair In which as a child It bad been right and Ubieta went to third aft. Jones Nodine; struck out: by x Snapper 2 lba. mac J SUNDAY STAR: : I "

doubt If Grandfather had told her James' delight to swirl round and er the catch. Ingraham singled to Ubieta 11, by Tynes 5; bases on J| Mutton Fish 2 Ib,. 2Sc : :

the earth was flat and the moon an round.It center and Ubieta scored. In theFev'nth balls: off Tynes 3, off Ubieta 2;I' Large Select Oysters : TELEPHONE NO. 1 : Lh .

enormous lantern all the savants was a spacious high celllnged the Embalmers got the wild pitches: Tynes 2; left on FRESH SHRIMP iSulscriptivn$2 Per Year; : ,
who bad ever lived could not have room with two large windows look. "breaks" and put over five runs bases: Athletics 12, Lopez 12; '
convinced her otherwise.And tug on the street papered la dusky to take the lead. T. Lunn walked. time of game: 2:15; umpires: Ca' GROUND GREEN 'Ke1 West Only Sunday -THE- : Try Year Meals At
tan with dark woodwork and the Arias hit to short the ball tooka TURTLE MEAT : : :
Grandfather bad believed pote. Lopez and Gonzalez; winning Paper
Heaven In Immortality. Grandfather walls lined with books. bad hop and got away from pitcher: Ubieta; hits: off I Lnnn 11 1 KiBffi.h Mackerel : PORTrMLLENCOMPANY RettattranlB4e .

bad been both clever and an On old a bat gray tree rain underneath coat with drooped rubbers Martinez. Both runners were safe in 7 innings and two batten on I 1 FREE PROMPT DELIVERY : Busineaa Office Citizen : *.et B..r ........ Ilc
learned It Grandfather believed In (it looked like a sure double play). bases in the eighth. Building S "
biding forlornly underneath. On the i :.Six Coarse Dinner' *. _. :
(Heaven there must be a Heaven. Lunn stole third. Sweeting walked' II LOWE FISH COMPANY : ----

Grandfather ana Grandmother mast desk sharpened were and papers ready.books pencils and the bases were full. A. Lunn *....................... PHONE III .* PHONE 51 ., .h_______ 50c, 75, arl Aye

be radiant there and together forever.safe.. happy and An ash tray beld by a perky little Arias singled scored.to left Sweeting and T. Lunn going and to CLASSIFIED '.eeeeeeeeeeeeeee......:...................... ..................................................
iron bird painted crimson. James s .
Uut James could not be certain.It bad given his grandfather one third. Sawyer doubled to left and =n=_ :
was Impossible some way to vision Christmas. They had named the Sweeting and A. Lunn scored. COLUMN OYSTERS 1jsr : AMERICAN COFFEE '

ala grandmother: as an angel.Grand bird Lulu. Ubieta hit to short for a single.I SERVED ANY' STYLE ; : To gee the PRETTY GIFTS I NOW Offered in 3 Grades, .:
father yes. Grandfather could take Oh Cod when a man died why Sawyer was caught at third, catcher and NOVELTIES At : .
his place In any hierarchy. lie would couldn't his possessions die too . I to third. McCarthy singled tot W Extra large elect, quart the : STAR lb 25c
look like a Roman senator In a long or be put away.... Was he Loins to center and Ubieta went to third. l Standards, quart -.. toes THOMPSON'S FREE :
white robe. Grandmother was differ be sick Or disgrace his grandfather LARGO, lb IBc; .
Ingraham went out third to first!
eat . so human. She bad so loved by blubbering like a baby It only and Mickey Albury went CLARKES STOMACHIC, relieves J NICE JUICY STEAKS : MARINE MUSEUM : V. &: S., ft 15c.

the !yttla things of life-her flowers, Lulu. or those rubbers .. seore&i Indigestion, Constipation. Send :Oyster Saodwfche hOc : :
third first. & *- :
her pretty silk or dimity blue or "Oat with tt." commanded the out. to r-5 \ ; 4 'sample bottler Clarke Co., .e OVERSEAS 324 Margaret Street Buy It At Your,Local
lavender, dresses, the painty beaded Judge. "Man to whatirtb > T Athletics,. tie'thts, *<*re inT4the' Eor Morris--Park Ave., New vr:i SaadWlc4.."' ...o.1..1 04., .Things that your friends will Grocery tore" .
I man I Tironaportatton Etta
sllpnprs she bought in Kansas City, matter with your ,.*6 I: k* eight Mbtf&jWfcl 1 to left -Ctty. mar30-ltx S _AH .Other_ "Sandwicne*' :4' I Co.,. :appreciate Come in sad cec .* L Sot

a of tea before a .winter's Ore. ftabriel; buntedTsareTyarWMolinawent I : __ FAST and RELIABLE them. : Roasted in Key: West.by
cup James flushed, fumbled with his to third the Ubieta SOUKS_Eyery atWday: ,., . , :
and raised his bead\ on play. FEMALE HELP .WANTED Your Lobster Crab Dinner '. .
cap. gulped ', FREIGHT SERVICE next : ,
:: threw hlmself I oL the yellow gotimtl relieved Tommy Lunn in the box. 'DAILY STAR' COFFEE: MILt
atheist.1-be -
-I'm last
JA1E3 an at WELLS', LUNCH ROOM: : 'will be much more delicious _
his gra idmbthbr'1 grave Are sure you don't ) ueda walked end the bases were a ESS F O sf mentime ;. .f ,.'f lFe AR Lfeeuratioa .
yon meaaj ajnostie 9b \" : if,(it i U bakedand, served la oar : 512 Greene Street
and :sobbed like aditd..H., was . skeptic? We're all skeptics . fall.)) Jones flied out to second and ; ,}5 to $15 weekly oat..ard Street :''''p H- "0 N E 269. M Giant Scallop o; Heart Sea " l ,
stabbed by remembering till grand at sixteen or seventeen . Molina\ scored after the catch. Wperience unnecessary.. Dignified PHONE'207-W .Shells. : Phone 256

mother's foolish endearing Jealousy that Is we are If God Almighty gave Gabriel tried to go to third on a work Send stamp for par : JAS. D. BAILEY. Agent J "

of Aunt Sarah.:> She bad never con os the shadow of a brain to reason wild pitch and was called out by ticulars. HAWKINS, Dept. .................*>...e........................................................................
.sued. would have died rather thai .
with. the another break for
241, Box 75, Hammond, Ind.mar30ltz. .
[confess lu but James know very "1 don't know. 1 Just don't believe the Lopez boys. Nodine 'walked. DINE AT THE C Birds Animal Fun PRITCHARD ROSES

well that she bad been a IItUe afraid I. In anything any more. And It's hide Tynes struck out. : j
that be bad loved Aunt Sarah beet ous." PLAZA RESTAURANT : ,
The Funeral Homers and the LADIES.-Earn doing MOUNTED 0'
lie used to teas bar sometime "Humpbt When 1 was a callow money FUNERAL HOME I.
Athletics were let down in orderin needlework at home. No canvassing : FLORAL PIECES A .
when be came from school by kissIng young cub. about eighteen a girl
the ninth tenth eleventh and CECIL GRAYTAXIDERMIST
Aunt Saran first. Ob God. why died who lived across the street Stamped envelope If you .r. ccwtoneil to : SPECIALTY .

bad be ever teased her from me. Probably she was a witless twelfth innings.In brings particulars. ROYAL S fining at !'Ii, yon will find : DifnlfieJ SJ1DpatJatt1c j
the thirteenth frame. Gonzalez
''little ashamed James finally NOVELTY CO.. Portsmouth, j
A little fool but she bad a small THE PLAZA .
novel and C"y
dried his eyes and placed the violets taeartshaped face and pansy blue doubled to right:; and stole Ohio. mar30-ltx sass PLANTS and VINES
third. Martinez bunted and Gopher joyahle experience. '
carefully above where be believed eyes and a sort of throaty role .:
his grandmother's breast to be. Be that tore my heart out of my breast went out at the plate-another ; WANTED Reason-1 LICENSED EMBALMER
waited for awhile on his knees for "When she died rd wake up In close play for the ump to decide. WANTED BREAKFASTS : Fine Work At a : SOUTH FLORIDA
-A chance to bid on
the comfort, the feeling of nearness the night and think of her out there This was! the Athletics half of the >.
your next printing order. The LUNCHEON : I A.L.Ia-- Serrice
blm. He 13th frame.In able Price
his aunt bad promised alone surrounded by dead people.It .
could feel nothing but the six feet dldnt mate an atheist of ma. I their half of the same inning,. Artman Presa. aug7 SUPPER : : < NURSERY.

of earth pressing on that gentle was In a towering rage to get even the Embalmers* rot their first single : 624 Front Street *'' LADY ATTENDANT o
breast lie turned and ran from the with God.Copyright..- since' that big seventh. Ingra 2 PLAZA RESTAURANT : '

cemetery. But be could not run from ( JUS.Jfoteel H. lassos) ham singled through short but RENT hy the Hour Day or k Dam Street FLA.,1'heu.. 54S Newer SU.p .. PHONE 597 .
the horror of that dreadful weIght! nothing resulted. Week. Repair all makes and ............ .......... .............l...............e.........................o...oooeeeeeeee-
In the days that followed The jrto brings hope bath teJam ,In the 'sixtheenth frame the paint them with Nu-EnameL We ,
was surly, snappish to everyone. **, ....nll.'. .r sand Lopez ten threatened to win thegame. AARON McCONNELL : DELICIOUS
: Aye carry a full supply of parts. is' *
I Our Reputation Wrapped :
v.. With._-one oat. Linn singled JOHNC PARK : CAKES and PASTRIES *
-"- Agent
-- - - -*tI --- the Rollfast Bicyclesand 1 S36 Fleming Street . . .. ,

CCeee.eeeeese.-../.., ..a..... I U. S. Senator, born, at Tom oho to threw center,to secondrtth Arias hit' to third the per week.sell!them J. L.as Stowers low as Music$1.00 S in every package '. .. CBPi. t.;

Today's'Anniversaries kinsville, Ky. Died Aug. 1C, 1895. middle man fumbling the'ball, allowing Company. mar18-]me : of' 328 SIMONTON ST.PLUMBING. : -

both runners time to get

1842-John Fiske New Eng- safely on a bag. The next two bat- PIANO TUNING Ward :: PRINTING :: .

......... land lecturer and writer on history ters, Sweeting and A. Lnnn fail- #,0.etee !
eeeeeeeeeeeeeee and philosophy popular historian ed to come through.In PIANO TUNER, Laureano Mo '. : DONE BY,US ; :
1135-Maimonides, Jewish physician born at Hartford, Conn. the seventeenth canto the reno. Excellent piano for sale : :

scholar and "writer born in' Died at Gloucester, :M....s., July 4, Funeral Home ten put the game on cheap. 1018 Division streetmar20lmo 1 WATCHMAKER JEW&1.D.THE; -- : -
Spain. Died in 1204. ice. Sawyer was safe 6n an error I -
i by Castillo. Ubieta doubled, to ..See Him For Tour Next Work: ..ARTIANPRF : c. 0.' ,. R-te.S..... c.ha
1746-Francisco Jose de Goya. right and Sawyer went to third. FOR SALE-MISC. -
: PLUMBING _SUPPLJftB l and.Pastrie, are always fredil 1
Spanish painter-etcher, born. Died i 18,63-Mary W. Calkins noted McCarthy flied out to right short ALL PRICES REDUCED : "
April 16. 1828. Wellesley College professor of and Ingraham flied out to right. SEVERAL DELCO and Kofaler & Pll e edc
H..ni U It-1 to B : P.Hq'E i i, : ,PHONE 34t : -
philosophy and psychology, born Sawyer going home after the light plants cheap. Diesel Engines { mOitE ti1s
1825-Samuel B. Maxey," Coa-I at Hartford Conn. Died Feb. 27,J l catch. P. O. Box 211. Tampa, OVM Satvaer Nlaltta ,.. ,,: ,.' d. e,, .

federate"general, Texas lawy r: _1t 30, __ _ .:.-. ___ ___. At bat the leaders were Ubieta Fix y ar23-40;pr6-13-20-2 .f.rllllllilii'. .- Jr' iII; ._ ." ,:,,, :I- c_ "i"'il'. - ,. I') tA
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i-.-- .-. "'.:AGE FOUR : i'i :THE ::. WEST CITIZEN :;UR;.:, ::: ii:. i

.........................*......................r Entertainment .....I.s.SI...ss.s.sss..1 r *

At Legion ,Hall THE WEATHERS movement, born at New Haven,

:-: SOCIETY : : AT LOCAL CHURCH Conn., 59 years ago.

Arthur Sawyer Post 28 American CS.SS................. TOPDRESSING

................................................ Legion Auxiliary proposes to T.mp.rat.r.* .1' DeWolf Topper, noted oldtime

celebrate the birthday anniversaryof Highest ,- -.1..._. .. ,-, _- 8? i actor, born in Nev York City 77
Spring Festival And Fashion Lowest , __-_'_75' One of the visitors to Key WILL BE RENDERED BY WELTER'S To introduce a new top dressing years ago.
I the National President, Mrs. A. Mean _7P West. at the present time is a lady recently placed in stock, Lou

Review Was Brilliant Event I C. Carlson, next Tuesday night Normal Mean r _- 74 who spent years as a Missionaryn CORNET Smith Service Station offers in Jo Davidson famed sculptor,
in the legion hal!. i Africa and is a world traveler, today's advertisement to dress
( Rainfall BAND born in New York City, 52 years
I II I II This was announced at a regu-' 1 i it is stated. She will speak in the I absolutely free any auto top if the
The Spring Festival and I)I nished by local dealers, and were lar meeting of the auxiliary this Yesterday's Precipitation .0 Ins. Trinity Presbyterian church Sunday owner will but purchase a can of

Fashion Review held yesterday displayed by charming young week. Mrs. J. G. Piodela president I Normal Precipitation .06 Ins.; night and will give of the
a copy top, dressingat the regular
afternoon at the Key West Public -I socialites. of the local auxiliary has' TfcU ree r4 .*Vef. :S4-hm pertod Selections to be presented to-i imorrow .,
sRIs the New Testament to those engaging 1 price.
at 8
'e. thl .r.! ( I by Welter's Cornet Band !
Library rooms was! a brilliant PartiqJlar'\Str\ was! laid on aranged an entertainment pro- to read the : ;'I

and outstanding. success in every Easter garbrt:\,wih various styles gram for the evening in which: Tomorrow'. Almanac I special same.the choir will "wBy .as announced today.;4The concert -. 5S5S.SSSSSOSSSSCSSSS.S55 ago.SPRING
Sun rises ___ __. 6:20 : request will start at 4:30 P. M., in'
way; shown.Tranginglfrom. frilly, pure- some of the best talent in Key' ? : a. m. sing two spirituals and seats will Today's Birthdays
This annual affair was given on ly feminine creations to the smart, West will take part. Sun sets ..,___.. 6:43 p. 'm.: be reserved for visiting friends. Jackson Square. The program follows -I i. :
Moon rises .. : ..... ... .. I
.an elaborate scale! and was put more severe sportswear.A The program; will be presented 4:07 a. m.;, The evening service begins at .S S. ..S. .
America.. -
on under the auspices! of the Key food'bazaar' was held in'con' directly' after the '[regular business -, Moon sets 3:57 p. In. 7:30 o'clock. r Dr. Edward; Jackson, noted surgeon -

West Woman's Club. nection'with the event with various meeting.'And'after" the program Tomorrow'. Tide 2-March" "Stars and Stripes of Denver, born in ChasterCo.

The affair which was largely delicacies served during the r refreshments will be served.In A.M. P.M. ........................1 Forever.<<: Sousa"Litt1e T ., Paean; ago.

attended, was participated in bya afternoon.A view' of the fact that the High __._ 7:32 7:37 3-Waltz. KubyrW.S.Skaggs. .1 I Feature

large number of Key West detailed account of the affair event is one of national importance Low...__, ,- 1:16 1:10 PERSONAL MENTION Cliford W. Beers of New York,

young seventy-five women and, one with hundred between new ticipants, containing and fashions names exhibited of par-, to the and members friends,of the the publicis organization Barometer at 8 a. m. today: ........................I H ome"4-Serenade(requested, "Sounds), Ripley. From I I I Creations

and beautiful summer models exhibited will appear in The Citizen on I invited to attend. Sea level, 30.10. Mrs. Louisa Higgs, of Miami 5-Fox Trot, "Riptide," Gus J I PALACE

the fashions being fur. Monday. arrived this week-end and Is Kahn. !I! -at-
Lowest Highest pending while with relatives and 6 Overture, "Plantation George Arliss in I
a 11
I Mrs. Menner Goes Station- Last Night Yesterday friends. Echoes," Thomas Coates. j THE IRON DUKE APPELROOTH'S

To Pirates CoveMrs. Abilene 62 76 7-"Pahson Trombone's Eldest) Comedy -and Short Heel:
"Miss Cherry blossom/ Musical Atlanta _.__ 50 66 Gal. Some Crooning Crow. Sally;
I Boston _. 40 64 T. E. Russell deputy sheriff at Trombone," Fillmore. 'I;i Matinee: 10.15c; Night: 15.25cSPECIALS . Never a time like the
To Be Robert T. Menner.\ who Tavernier, who was in the city on Harry
Comedy, Repeated Monday"Miss has been quite active during the Buffalo 28 42 business and for brief visit with 8-Potpourri, "Night Dell," present to buy apparfor \
-- Charleston ___ 58 64 a Frank Wilson. I I Eaater-
--- winter season in Key West, his
acting family, left yesterday after.
Cherry blossom," the John Henry Smith, a New hostess at several Chicago ___ 34 48 9-Match\ "Bear Cat"-C. II
societyevents noon for his station.
three-act musical comedy which'I Denver ___._, 22 70 Nuffin. Fresh Killed Miami Pork 11
Yorker-Warren Hill. during the social season,, 'I I Something DifferentIn
Detroit ... .
30 52
10 Star
was so succesdully'presented Friday -; left today for Pirates Cove where Spangled Banner Strictly Fresh Killed Veal
Henry Foster Jones Chester F. G. MacGowan
night in the High School audi she will spend' a vacation. of 'several Galveston _'. ..r68' .....' 72'Havaw" (... Francis Scott Key. i I Hen and Fryers Shoes-
Knowles. it' ....:. .._ 170 : writer and special correspondentfor t '
torium under the direction of the *I days. I '- : !d' ":'i! 8.I 'I Rib Roast. It _._ 25

Key\Wcst Junior.Senior High Horace' Worthinaitan- '* '-.-Richard Mrs, .Menner, ,,,I\ ? jentcjtajr! \e : : ; t">8 to. 36jVc&onyui was a in newspaper Key West syndicatf collecting data w tyo'I'' \ :. -,11:1, Veal'and' Lamb Stew, Ib 15 Our stock ha* never been MJ
\ \ uO' 70 J'1Kansas NE\YAQTJON
Scnool muaic director, Miss Emily Lund.. \ several .outstanding?' ; i .*..pej-sonage's s !I .C'f'r..._.''.J.42 ' "'l.7? ;i' and- .photographs q.pf..; .for-.a..series.5I..ol' : Veal 'Chops, tt __ 25c complete, (0.filled with brand( !
Croslandwill be repeated Mon James Young-Stephen Boy- who ,we're. yitjitors t' in 1(ey W'during t MKEY.t : Fresh Eggs, doz. __- 35e new advance-season atI'5"! .
.. WEST :. 75- stoI1esto&rjey f ) \Je4t3 Jeff festerdrf ;
j. ')'1 83 "
day afternoon at 2 o'clock in the l.'I.; winterj eason 't ;: 4QDIRECTORYr1 Meat at Prices You Can Meet, and never priced so low;, 1Qr.,
den. 1..i'n .Bp 'lR'oa'' ( 1.1101-70 # afternoon 'for Miami enroutet
: Litlr .?_ ti. In.
Our Shoes have
School auditorium. of these ffajrs were I. ** ** *e* quality. &tlJf\I\:
consjdored "Newt fk
The operetta was under the auspices Jessica VanderboolLeodawn. ) l I/\ e ..'t ; 52. 141',160 I : BERMUDA MARKET material and comfort. Rejneiu-
. very enjoyable indeed.., l"u r : al litJoii : Citz
of the music department. Jerguson. (' 'I' ; ('r ; I ,I ",'1Jfr.-:? 54 '. J"t. 1 Gt.1' :H' ., ,. jThe ,: I Phone 861.W Free Delivery ber we have Footwear .to, fit,.
I lligh was the praise from everyone Togo-Charles Smith. ; lam I'r'-rtr'- 76 <82( :;. ; J. T. Rainey of the.agricultural popular business* : directory is an Co;:White and Virginia Sts.I everyone and prices that' arc,
i Key West MeloJy Minneapolis ?._. 24 }34' :"' ,(icpartment FERA. left yesterday advertisement for Art's Barbecue I kind to the |pocketbook. Visitour
who witnessed the perform Chorus of I'
Geisha Girls-Edna I New Orleans '68 74 afternoon for Miami\ where he will i at the corner of Simonton and Division store before buying
night the in M. Hour On WednesdayThe I
ance Friday on Saunders Lottie
New York ...._. 44 !54 spend the week-end with his fa in street. SPECIAL HOSIERY
which each member of the cast Winifred Shine, Helen Saunders,
Pensacola _..__ 66 70 ily. Since Art's place opened up here I FEATURE-
carried out their individual parts. Edna Roberts. Carmelina Alfonso first
I Key Melody
few weeks its sandwiches
Pittsburgh ._ 42 60 ome ago good I
Although this performance is Marguerite Hour sponsored by the Key West D.ARONOVITZDEPARTMENT Phoenix and Kayscv Silk Stock.
St. Louis ._ 52 70 Lieutenant. E. P. Roberts have become popular with ings. Chiffon and ervice
being put on especially for the Cleora Roberts. Edna Russell, Chamber Musicians direction : ;
under the .
Florida of
I Salt Lake City. 42 64 National Guard attached scores Key Westers. Art advertises j' weights pair
school children, Miss Crosland I Edna Riggs Margaret Dexter:, of every guaranteed
Commodore Matho
San Francisco .. 50 74 to Battery "E, who was in thof that no flies 'light in his STORE Mon-
wants everyone in the city who did I Cleo Kemp. I Fridericus von Mietk-Liuba, H. D. Seattle __.._ 36 50 city to hold drills of the members j I I' place and all customers are day. pair special.... _.,. .. rTQp

not see the Friday night performance Chorus of American Girls--: W., will be presented at 8 P. M.,' Tampa ............._ 68 88 of the battery not on duty on the I greeted with a smile. 618 DUVAL STREET JUST RECE'IVED: -New khiunient -
to be there Monday after- Mary\ Eleanor Boyd, Eloise Guito,,. Wednesday, April 10. at a place Washington ..._ 48 64 keys, left yesterday afternoon for !I Ladies SILK BOBBY
I I1s1amorada.
A special low admission Norma to be
Beatrice yet announced.
poon. Garcia Spence, HOSE.
Williston _.._ 6 22 SHOES FOR
charge will be made. Barbara Carey Marjorie Frow,,! This is one of a series of pre- THE

Th cast is as follows: Marguerite Goshorn, Rae Louise(: liminary concerts designed to give WEATHER FORECAST I Mrs. John Luff and daughter, Today's HoroscopeSelfconfidence 1 ENTIRE FAMILYAt Easter FrocksJUST

Cherryblossom, brought up as ,Russell and Romelda Johnson. : local talent an opportunity to Joan who were in Key West sev- .S..u.e. lowest prices and always !- Purchased
the daughter of Kokemo, In Chorus of American : for UNPACKED -
Boys:; qualify appointment to the o8..f
eral and
(Till 8 Sunday) '" months with relatives for Easter-
I p. m. is tie: sold with a espeeiMy
reality. Evelyn Barnes of New j Merville\ Rosam. Joseph Finder chamber musicians. A more detailed guar-
Key West and Vicinity: Mostlycloudy \ friends left yesterday afternoonfor this day. There is a danger that sizes for Ladies, Misse a.ld
York. U. S. A.-Edris Lowe. antee on Shoe.
Gerald Pinder Jack Jesus
Key, announcement will follow the home in New York. Mrs. every Children in Flat Crepe Geor
Kokemo a proprietor of a Carmona. Joseph Richardson, later. tOLight and Sunday; little Luff was before marriage Miss pride or disappointment will binder Linen Shoes for ladies at I I gettes, Chiffon, Striped Tab
the natives of from ,,
Tea Garden in Tokyo, Japan- George Perpall, Anthony Knowles, Catherine Baldwin. today per ,I Silk, Silk Seersucker, Etc.
Frank Alvarez. I and Laurence Gomez. making the most of their oppor-1 palr$1.75 Sizes for everyone!
COLORED CIRCLE Unities, for unrestrained self-con-'
I Walter Curry left yesterday afternoon fidence is to self- HATSSOMETJlJNG
apt develop a ,,
Boys' Sport Shoes Lit-
Havana-Madrid Club To Put On TO STAGE PLAY and other for points a visit on at the Islamorada keys. satisfied; conceit.EFFECTIVE I. tic Girls' Pumps and NEW Just

I 1- Straps-all new Shoes received shipment of OR-

Dance And Floor Show TonightWhat Mrs. J. C. Moore, who was just in time for Easter.Now GANZA.Easter Drcshcs.new materialf for

WILL BE PUT ON AT DIXIE spending several months in Key APRIL 1, 1935
West with her son, P. J. Moore of showing large selection FOR EASTER WEAR
promises to be the best Only Have Eyes For You." Chic THEATER FOR BENEFITOF the Western Union Telegraph FERRIES TO KEY WEST of EASTER TOGS New lot with every head
dance and floor show that has size specially priced for Mon
I Ellis and his partner who
left afternoonfor
ever been presented at the Ha- WELTER'S BAND company, yesterday Via the Over-Sea Highway for Little Girls and Boysat day.
bana-Madrid Club this season will here from Havana, will Mostly Cloudy her home in Mineola, Texas. --0-- I. VERY LOW PRICES.

take place tonight from 10 1'. dance the Rhumba. This number change in temperature; moderate Mrs. T. J.-Swanson who was I I From Miami i 25 pieces of new Fast New Mallinson's Silks

till ?. M'I i has made a big hit with the Key Edward M. Thompson announced , southeast winds. before marriage Miss Isabella' 90 Miles to Ferry at Matecumbe. I': Color Printed Batiste

These will bo five big acts with I, West public in past performances, that the Coral City: Dramatic( Florida: Mostly cloudy Biaza. left yesterday afternoonfor I 3 Mallinson Silks are causing .
all the the!' tonigh'I 39 Miles (26 Ferry) to a sensation. Just the
komething new way, it is stated. Company will present the four- and I her home in Fla. after I by
: Sunday; probably Perry, yards$1.00
management states. A real sur-f I Louis Carbonell, popular orchestra act crania, "A Noble Outcast,'' rain in extreme northwest portion a delightful visit with her mother No Name Key. I materials for those lovely

prise that will make everyone'! leader, will introduce for the Monday, April 29, 7:30 P. M., at I late tonight and Sunday and in and other relatives. While in Key: 40 Miles to Key West. ,, New Waffle Cloth in Pastel I Easter include Drenses.Printed New shipment FM

laugh from start till finish is promIsed. I first time his brand new composi, the Dixie Theater for the benefit northeast portion Sunday; colder West she was the guest of her ----0- Shades. Chiffon Printed Pussy Wil.

What the boys and girls of I, tion "Under the Key West Moon." of Welter's Cornet Band. by Monday. brother-in-law and! sister Mr. and Ferries leave Mtecumbe I 'per yard- I low, Plain Krinkl Crepe,

193C will wear and do is to be i This will be the first time that this This company of colored ama' Mrs. J. II. Knight. (Southbound) and No Name 39cSeersuckers Candy Stripe Silks, Checked
Jacksonville to Florida Straits
disclosed tonight, it is stated. I I number has ever been played or teurs is well known by the gen : (Northbound) Keys at 9 a. : Silk, Hand Painted Silk, and

All the latest dances and songs i sung anywhere. Mr.\ Carbonell intends ,. eral theatrical public of Key West, I Gentle moderate easterly southeast winds Sunday becoming and Leo B. Warren. who was direc- and 2 p. m. m'l' and Sport numerous others.

will be featured in the floor show.! to feature this beautiful 1 and it is safe to say that they will tor of social activities at the Casa : ----0- Striped Material, yard BE SURE TO VISIT OUR
fair weather most For
Doris Burden a local girl with an I song' all summer when he plays at highly entertain those that attend tonight; Sunday Marina\ during the season, left West. Call Reservations >a 25c $1.00 i SILK DEPARTMENTNew
showers 460 in Miami. Call
ly overcast, probably over, ;
excellent voice, will sing "I' Believe I Atlantic City Beach. this drama of music, mirth, and extreme north portion in after yesterday for-a brief stay in Mi-! Miami Motor Club, Te' 33611.RESTAURANT I TO

in Miracles." Gerald Pinllerand ,i Nothing has been .left undone melody interspersed with a tingeof soil! with his friend,* Louis Van -0- : Babies' Silk Crepe Dresses II shipment Lovely Under-

Elizabeth Barnett will dance:' by the management of the Ha- pathos. noon. Crass. I SERVICE ON i trimmed with Georgette i wear for Ladies, Misses and

the Spanish Tango in a way that !!i bana-Madrid\ Club to make this The play is founded on an older: East Gulf: Increasing southeastand FERRIES i, and Rose Buds, I. Children.

it has never been done before the I!;I; evening the most enjoyable dance piece, "Jpcriss the Juggler,", south winds becoming fresh, Sebastian Cabrera. Jr.left yesterday i -40PAfSENGER- each- 'I Handbags to match new

management. states. '. and floor show in the history ofi which has ) ''br.r ctica.lly obso 6'v'e. .northwest portion and;>hiftjg :- afternoon.f.QT. a,:brief Business : RATES: Easter outfits just received.

Joe Lopez the Ding Crosby of j t;i I the club. Two orchestras will bon ''C lete for, many years; ,, and it abe ( ':njorthwest!) Sunday aster{ visit in MjamL ; 1 Cars"und IS" feet .. ,_-:$2.00 i I.t$1.25 TO $2.95 40 inch MONDAY All Silk SPECIALS Flat Crepe, rail

Key Wes, will be on hand for a hand to furnish music through-( truhfuly'(.* | :,stated! hatwhole "j\.d!\ _. royi\/11'aVer" '1,northwest. portion.'.() ; ..,1 '..r . I Cars 15'to' 16 feet' ..._ .,.? 2.50 I Ftnfr! ''Organdy. Dresses, I shades.: ,just! the thing, for
tit of crooning. lIe will sing "I I l out the! evening. 'range'n.t. {.he .drama.,'MI e; 1 .....SS.S'.8..1 Cars 16 feet J IT 4.over 3.00 Easter Dresses, yanf .. SOc
JT11ERCQNDITIONStf'turb ll' sizes from 1 to 16 -,
- -- is no'character" . .to be'.. found 'with' .. l1\T..l .. .;, 'Today :fri. History (IncludiilDi ELU >m't'' up *<. I ** years, 36 inch All-Over Lace ..forDres .
F .. from
I such 11"0, [-"lte to ) ti I ea, all shade, o9c
power . ..ro.J e ''
Poetic laughter o i r) \: p'c s ,are" central' *th.is I .. i'' fft >... L........Att ) l1aC , r" oyer $1.00 $3.95 I I 45 inch rani'pa ent.',Orgncly. ,
Symphony Held i anararf-IU 4qwj .) J j '
I Meeting "Jerry the Tramp.rt I iftfning? }} .IJoVCl' ike lowerRi:: 0!, K" ;/ '-- ' ." ,'J 'I'M-, i .1, [ lit ."..Ler .50 TO i looks,Jike ,SaIkalE ,shades,
1867nTreaty.signed. for the tItl '
., ,
| Oklahoma and UfUi! Boys'Satin Suits yard ..... ..._.. SOc
tr'n. Valley, ,_._ per u
Yesterday Was Well Attended ; The dramatic interest.' is intense }I- Canadian Maritime Provinces,,' purchase: of Ala,, a. ..iI,_ >,.i' I FREIGHT RATES: each' :'" 40 inch Organdy, all shades,

II the appeal to the sympathy[ Brownsville. Texas, 29.84 inches .--- Trucks ( H Ton, l loadedor I per yard '..?.. ...?. .. ., 20c
--- of the human heart powerful, and i 1870-15th Amendment-Equal I empty) ,_$2.00 $1.25New 40 inch White Batiste yd. ZOc
I and i
The meeting yesterday of the Compositions and poems by the comedy is as refined as it I is Oklahoma City 29.72 inches rights for white and colored. Deduct SOc for unloaded I I Eyelet Batiste, all colors per '

different chairmen for the First!! local people will be heard during .I successful in moving the audience Eastport, Me.\ 29.66 inches; whilea I proclaimed in effect. trucks listed below: Tom. Sawyer Suits I yard ...? +-.__...... _.. 75*'

International Poetic Symphony in I I the presentation of the poetic : to laughter. high pressure area over the Trucks 1 Ton. ,-$ 4.50 with and without Coats I White Waffle Crepe yd. 25.

Key West was well attended and symphony as well as works of the : A section is being reserved for northern Rocky Mountain States 1918-Daylight Saving in effect -i Trucks I H Ton .. 5.50 I Silk Finish Printed Seersucker,

the final program was arranged I greatest composers: and posts of; r white people and without a doubt extends eastward over the Lake throughout country for first I Trucks 2 Ton --,_.- 6.50 $1.50 I per yard .. ......?...".? .25c
under the general chairmanship of the various nations represented.There I will attendthis performance region and pressure is moderatelyhigh I Tracks 2K Ton 8.00 COMPLETE LINE BOYS'SUITS
I many time. $2.50 TO' $4.95L
Commodore Matho Fridcricus von will be of the over the South Atlantic: Trucks 3 Ton ..._. 9.00 I I
programs which is to be such
Mietk-Liuba 11. D. W. i put on by an States, Helena, Mont, 30.34 inch I Trucks 3% Ton ?._..,.... 11.00 I Our stock i i. now complete !.
following national groups: able of all I: ,
group amateur actors. 1929!\!-Mussolini abolished Trailers have rate. I every detaiL Pay u* a visit.
Eng-I I same
S. C. 30.20inches. ( I
Those attending the conference !H--h, French German, I The cast of characters are as es. and Charleston. Catholic youth organizations. regular motor trucks. Showing of Ladiet'Dresse '' I
were; George F. Archer Miss Italian, and Spanish. Mrs. Haydn i follows: Rain or snow has occurred i I Motorcycles (Including I and Hat*. W. how -THESTOREOFFASfflON-

Manic Cajipick, Miss Marie Cot- |I Illingworth is chairman of the I Gerald Weston, known as Jerry during the last 24 hours from i 1931-Baby Miljr born in airplane 'I Driver) .... _.?. ..$1.00 i omethi/ig/ new and different

tingham Mrs. A. I). Luethi, Mrs. !(. program. the Tramp-Edward M. Thompson.I Michigan eastward over New Eng Manitoba-believed first Each Eatra Passenger __ .50 I"1 every day.Ladies' .

William It. Norman. Mrs.\ Hilde-l The event will be presented Colonel Mather\ Lee. A Southern land, snow in portions of the such! case. RATES AND SCHEDULES and Children's Hosein City' Leading Ladie StoreI.
gard Ott Russell. Miss Edna B. promptly at 8 P. M. Rocky Mountain States, rain on, .
on Thursday, Banker-Nathaniel Clark, Jr. SUBJECT TO CHANCE li the New Spring Shades. APPELROUTH
Smith, musical director of the April 4, at 70S Eaton street. Invitations James Blackburn, his nephew the coast of Washington and .1 ...
"Pirates of I'enzance"V.. E. have been extended andit Victor G. R. Tynes.* showers and thunderstorms on the I

Waddell, Mrs.\ P. A. Wilson and is reported that practically all JaclVorthinton: Blackburn's : Texas coast and in Oklahoma. = '>, .
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the commodore. seats have already been claimed. rival-Raymond Palomarez. i Temperatures have risen from .;.

__._ _ _n Mrs.; Lee. .wife.; '.of the colonel I the West Gulf and southern Plains. ....
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States eastward over the Atlantic
I Iva Chacon. U
Operetta Cast To Real Reception On _' France; a disputed. possession i States, with readings 17 degrees win. t

Be Naomi' Reddick. I over normal} this morning i in be..HOfyd
I EntertainedMembers April Fool's Day Oklahoma and have fallen decidedly / V
Sadie faithfulbut, :. free. -Gwen.- I l-I HYPEROPIA Jkjiit' :
over Colorado and the
of the directorial staff':I The notice in The Citizen stat-I dolyn The Mingo.musical numbers include I ern Rockies, with temperatures (Or Far Sight) ACCEPTING 1MITAOD' :

and of the cast in the "Pirates of ing that Commodore and Mar- the Red Rose Male Quartette I down to six degrees this' morning When your eyes are short

Penzance" will be special guests J,!Igrret I Zinaida von Mietk-Liula I: specializing in Negro Spirituals; I in Montana and North Dakota,l from front to back-flattened to To get the origuul I Davis 100% Pare Paint _ _
[ will receive on April 1, between Marjorie Saunders, 'coloratura, High winds and dust storms were like an orange, they are "far- MADE IN.BALTIMORE run
at a dance being given in their :' 8 and 10 P. M.. is not an April and sextet of colored I I reported from Kansas this morn sighted." i leek for Davit 100% Pure Paint to cites keD -
honor tonight:; at Raul's Night Club. Fool's informed a superb ;ing. imitated,but never depUeateJ.Davii .::::::.. -
I joke
Day were
I we voices under the able direction of : this Label
The affair has I I Far-sighted! people, especially 100% Pare Paint conforms with --,
been termed today in to several 1 inquiries.
a -
,I Victor G. R. Tynes. '; children, can usually pass rigid __ all paR paint law anJ It the only paint ::=:.-
welcome dance" by Raul, for the I I f-I, MONROE THEATER sight tests, but suffer from that carric a guarantee of purity.Be I :::=
returning members 1'I However the commodore said 1
of the .
cast and nervousness, severe headaches,
directing group. !i, that the reception will be restricted "Miss CherrybloMom"Repeated Anne Shirley-Tom Brown nausia and "Car-sickness." Women Cook fir this Guarantee on the Label-
By Request'in
to those who have invitations.
,Members of the cut in I II II -in- ; and children suffer much W.hive OTCMMMOWB mb say..ka PUM MaMCKrarMM mmOtr.....*. S
:I By mistake a private invitation HIGH SCHOOL 'AUDITORIUM ... . t-
i wtf iknwcfc OisUn
Miami I I more than men. All ow Mts see *u4< by M fe Ssit- ljr
Monday night Tuesday, ANNIE OF GREEN CABLESllatia.
found its into few
Wednesday and Thursday morning I way print a Monday, April 1, 2 p. .m. HEEfiDAVlSCa &*'""J' II :iALTIMiKJfflnun
days ago, and the impression was I .. DR.J.A.VALDESS32.D r
,'returning to Key West on the j 1 I,created that this was a general! af' only ADMISSION_ to' .,all, tOe : Balcony,JOe| Otxnsy.tr G. C. ROBERTS Corner Car__ W.StreetS
noon train that day. fair., This U i not the case.
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