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Title: Key West Citizen
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Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West, Fla.
Publication Date: March 7, 1923
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VOLUME XLIX.


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No. 107.


FEDERAL DEPARTMENT

TO BE REPRESENTED


Hl IIIUIInhiI IILLIIIIUI


FRANK LADD, MONROE C O U N T Y CHAIRMAN
SOUTH ATLANTIC COASTAL HIGHWAY AS-
SOCIATION ALSO TO ATTEND MEETING AT
CHARLESTON

Local and federal representation in active prep-
aration of plans for the coastal highway project in
which it is proposed to include an extension to Key West,
was announced in a message here today from the
:South Atlantic Coastal Highway Association.
With the Charleston meeting of the South Atlantic
Coastal Highway Association now less than ten days
distant, interest there in the gathering to be held March
15th and 16th, is understood to be developing to a de-
gree of much intensity. It is felt by the numerous com-
mercial organizations now making plans to be present-
ed at the convention, that great impetus will be given
for the early completion of this coastal hig h w a y
throughout Florida, Georgia and the Carolinas.
FINAL PLANS IN MAKING
Fred G Warde, Aeeretary of the Brunswick Board of
, Trade, has been actively at work preparing a program for
'the two-day session, which it is said is to include analytical
.ad tesses by eminent officials of the States entered in the
&oistal highway, besides official representatives of the Fed-
eral highway department. Definite annotKncement of the
complete program is .expected within a few d ,ls, and in the
meantime, effort is being put forth by all the Sotth Atlantic
r t c'.ties and others along the proposed route of'te high-
S recruit large delegations w'Ao will attend the eating
<--Iw e1 ate r Wh dB V..4xe of th0
,sonville Chamber of Commerce, who is secretary of the High-
way Association, is in Charleston at present making final ar-
rangements for holding the meeting.
laterest Throushout States -
The South Atlantic Coastal High- .
-way Association, which is interesting THE WEATHER
itself in development of the highway
is organized on a county basis, with
chairmen in the various counties The following report of weather
bordering on the intended route. conditions and temperatures was is.
'There are two state directors in each sued today by the United States
of the States which the highway tra- Weather Bureau Station in Key
verses, while the association's presi- West. It covers the weather taken
dent is George H. Baldwin, president at 8 a. m. today and reports the
.of the Jacksonville Chamber of Com- lowest temperatures last night:
merce. F. 0. Miller and T. E. Shill-
ing art directors for Florida. The Station Teon.
various county chairmen in the State Abilene (clear) ............................ 88
.are as follows: Monroe County, Atlanta (clear) .................... 86
Frank Ladd, Key West; Nassau Boston (snowing) .................... 18
County, F. 0. Miller, Jacksonville Charleston (clear) ................ 52
St. Johns County, Herbert Felkel, St. Chicago (pt. cloudy) ................ 24
Augustine; Flagler County, R. L. Corpus Christi (clear) ............ 56
Harper, Bunnell; Volusia County, Dodge City (clear) ................. 30
.Bill Goldenberg, Daytona; Brevard Galveston (clear) ....................... 50
County, J. J, Parrish, Titusville; St. Huron (snowing) .................... 16
Lucie County, Anthony P. Young, .tpcksonville (clear) ................ ..... 52
Vero; Palm Beach County, H. E. KEY WEST (olear) ................ 71
Robinson, West Palm Beach; Brow- Louisville (pt. cloudy) ................ 80
ard County, Carl Fiedling, Fort Miami (cloudy) ...................... 70
*'Lauderdale; Dade County, T. E. New Orleans (clear) ................ 46
Shilling, Miami. New York (snowing) .................. 22
St. Louis (clear) ........................ 80
'SPANISH TRAIL Tampa (pt. cloudy) .................... 62
Washington (clear) .................... 32
ALSO DEVE4IOPED Williston (snowing) ................... 12

NEW ORLEANS, Mar. 7.-The
Old Spanish Trail, a national high. HUNDRED THOUSAND "
way from Jacksonville, Fla., to Los LEAVE GOV'T SERVICE
Angeles, Calif., along the Gulf Coast SR I
and through the territory immediate- "--
ly north of the Mexican border, is (By Associated Press)
destined to include several sections WASHINGTON, March 7.-Dur-
of road the equal of which will not ing the two years of the Harding
be found in the United States, if administration ending March 4, al.
plans of good roads enthusiasts in- most a 100,000 employes have been
terested Ain the project are carried separated from the government
out. service, according to a tabulation
Secretary of War Weeks recently made at the direction of President
notified the New Orleans Association Harding and given out at the White
of Commerce that the War Depart. House today.
meant and the DeMpartment of Agri-
culture had reached an agreement BAR CHILD SLAVERY
whereby that section of the highway ----
from New Orleans through the Louia- HONGKONG, March 7.-The lo-
ana marshes to the Misstasslppi coast cal government has drafted a law
forbidding hereafter the enslavement
(Continued on Page Five) of children as domestle servants.


FRENCH GOVERNMENT WILL ASK C. OF D.

FOR RATIFICATION OF TREATIES

(By Associated Press)
PARIS, March 7.--The French Government will ask the
'Chamber of Deputies to vote for the ratification of treaties
ts signed at the, Wa hington armaments conference, Minister
of Marine Ralbert told the chamber this morning.
This statement followed Vice-Admiral Guepratte's query
resaardin the stata tof Washnlaton treaties.


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KEY WEST, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 7, 1923.


Judge


LEAD OFFICERS TO BURIED BODIES

HIDDEN UNDER DEAD COW'S CARCASS

(By Asnocinted Press)
' FRANKLINTON, La., March 7.-The bodies of
Wesleyan Crain and Wiley Pierce, deputy sheriffs slain
Saturday by moonshiners were found early today buried
deep in the mud into which they had been pressed and
covered with the carcass of a dead cow. The bodies were
found about a quarter of a mile from a destroyed moon-
shine still in the swamps about eight miles from here.
The alleged slayers, John Murphy and John Rester,
moonshiners, who are reported to have confessed, led
local officers to the burial spot it was announced this af-
ternoon by District Judge Clark.


AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION WORK

CALLS FOR EXPENDITURE OF

MILLIONS DURING COMING YEAR

(By Assolated Press)
WASHINGTON, Marchl 7.-.There was allocated for co-
operative agricultural extension work throughout the country
in 1922-23, approximately $18,821,000, of which tie Federal
Government contributed $5,880,000 under the provisions of
the, Smith-Lever Act. (
Congress, by direct appropriation to the Department of
Agriculture, made available $1,028,000 in addition for farmers'
cooperative demonstr tion "wprk and $45,000 for extension
work, makinA total Federal sources of $6,9511,000. The
.K alnW 41 I w -j*ail d ,W a from sources within the
Stl ates. incllegettatsr a; A9
and fund de1 Mtr of tate Agricultural Colleges,
$5,654,000 provided by the different counties, and $1,978,000
from other sources,, mostly local.


COURT OF INTERNATIONAL JUSTICE
.ONE OF GREATEST WORLD ADVANCES

WRITES PRESIDENT W. C. HARDING

(By Associated Press)
WASHINGTON, March 7.-President Harding looks
upon the court of International Justice as "one of the greatest
advances which world society has made toward conditions in
which at least the rule of law may be substantiated for the
rule of force," he wrote Lieutenant-Governor Earl D. Bloom,
of Ohio, early this week, in response to a resolution of the'Ohio
State senate commending him "for his courageous stand" in
urging American participation.


"CITIZEN" LOCATES MUNICH
FORD RAFFLE WINNER NIP
Thomas J. Harshaw, quartermas- (By
ter on board the P. & 0. Ferry BERLIN,
Estrada Palma, was the winner of D'Etat plan
the Ford automobile which was middle of M
raffled by the Key West Fire De- the bud by
apartment. Harshaw turned the win- persons at
ning number, "2386" over to Fire authorities 1
Chief Ralph Pinder last evening and -
received the Ford car. AM
Harshaw purchased several votes
from Miss Jeanette Shannahan sev-
eral weeks ago. He put them in his I AM
coat pocket and thought no more of MON
them until he read the article in last TODAY-
night's Citizen, stating that no one Osarks."
had yet come forth with the win. TOMORRC
ning number. Harshaw's curiosity maker."
was aroused and he immediately
looked through his tickets and found STR
the winning ticket. TODAY-


COUP D'ETAT
PED IN BUD
Associated Press)
March 7.-A Coup
ned to occur about the
[arch has been nipped in
the 'arrest of fifteen
Munich, according to
here today.


USEMENTS
IROE THEATRE
"The Bishop of the
OW--"Omar, the Tent-

AND THEATRE
-"Brawn of the North."


WHY KE WEST HASNO BETTER PAPER

The amount of advertising done by one of
the leading merchants during the month of Febru-
ary was less than the price Raid for a suit of
clothes by one of The Citizen's employes.
Remember your paper reflects yourself and
is the factor which determines its character.
Unless there is an improvement in the adver-
tising patronage The Citizen will be compelled to
raise the rates which now are the lowest in the
SWate.of Florida, or reduce the cost of production
to the detriment of the paper.
A better paper or worse is up to the mer-
ch.nta W tW .
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CITIZEN


PRICE FIVE CENTS


Prominent Local Judge Who


Passes


Away After Brief Illness Honored

By Citizens In All Walks Of Life


FACTORIES CLOSED; CITY IS IN MOURNING

ALL BUSINESS ACTIVITIES CEASED D UR I N G
HOURS OF FUNERAL SERVICES AT ST.
PAUL'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH THIS AFTER-
NOON.

The late William Hunt Harris, well-known county crim-
inal court judge, was buried hre today from his home, 425
Caroline street, after impressive funeral services at St. Paul's
Episcopal Church.
Friends and acquaintances from all walks of life, among
them many children, paid Key West's venerable jurist a last
tribute.
The entire city was in mourning throughout the day.
Factories closed during the afternoon and all business was
suspended while services were being held. Last night local
theatres remained closed out of respect for the man who was
one of Key West's most distinguished and widely.1nown
residents,
0o-


* MERCHANTS EULOGY
* TO LATE JUDGE HARRIS
* The loss of Judge W. Hunt *
* Harris will be felt throughout
this community, more perhaps *
* than any one can predict at *
* this time. The merchants will
* sustain a greater loss than any e
* class. It was his sound. Judge,
*m'rnt Ual as assouLeid" ^ tIti "'
* many tangles which occurred in e,
* mercantile life. He mingled a *
* profound knowledge of the law C
* with' practfal reason In such a *
* way that prevented litigation, "
and enabled' a large onufer of *
the merchants to prosper and
* dwell in peace with the trade *
and community. Key West has
* lost a stalwart son whose place
will be hard to filL He was a *
* model of industry, a friend and C
protector. The merchants of *
* this community desire to join *
* the family of Judge Harris in *
* grief, and will retain in our *
* memory, together with the en. *
tire community, the respect in *
Which we held him during his0
Life.
* THE MERC NTS PROTIC- *
C TIVE ASSOCIATION. *
In profound respect for the *
C late Judge Harris, the mer- *
* chants of this city will close *
C their shops and suspend business *
* during the funeral hour today *
from 3:80 to 5:80 p. m *
* The cigar factories of Key *
* West will also close this after- *
* noon during the funeral hour *
* of the late judge. *
C* **C**** * *** *,
* * * * * * * *
* MESSAGE OF CONDOLENCE
* FROM CUBAN SEC. O? STATE
SA cable message of condolence *
* and sympathy to the family of
* the late Judge W. Hunt Harris *
* was received here today *
C through the Cuban consulate *
C from the Honorable Secretary *
of State of Cuba Cespedes. *
* The message read as follows: *
"Please extend to the farI.ly *
* of the late Judge Harris my *
C deepest sentiment of con- *
* dolence.
C (Signed) "CESPEDES," *
S"Secretary of State." *


Judge Harris Career
William Hunt Harris, one of Flor-
ida's most eminent legislators and
Jurists and one of her most heartily
esteemed citizens, was born at Point
Coupee Parish, Louisiana, October P,
1869. He was the third son of
William Henry Harris, a captainjia
the Confederate army, who served
with heroism and gallantry as,hspee-
tor general on the staff of Geneual
Johnltone and outdo'
Civil War. His t grand
Jeptha Vining Harris, was in s ift
mand of that valint ban tof.patji4
the (eorgia Militia, during the Amer.
ican Revolution. His mother, oBot
Louise Smith, of Louisiana, was a
woman of great intellipnce and ime
grace and charm. From her heo s-
celved that rich heritage of genere-.
ity and tendernes, which minled
with the brave and sterner qua
of the soldier, contributed to bbi
great nature. .I
Seaon of Civil War Hear 'I.
Judge Harris's boyhood wee speat
on his father's broad plantatlie.a
laid waste by the ravages of the Crg
war. He was the son of one of these
war-torn heroes, clad in trey, whs
returned to his burned home and
bare fields, stripped of their slaves
and, who there, with his own hands
wrested a livelihood from the soiL
Under the hardships of reconstruc-
tion he grew into a sturdy, happy
boyhood. Each morning he milked
Even cows and walked eight miles
to school, and arrived there at 8
(,'clock. After school hours hi en-
tered vigorously into athletic sports,
and was famed for his skill and en-
..urance in horseback riding. Prom
his early childhood he was a voracious
reader. In the winter he attended
the public schools of New Orleam
and later entered Mount Lebanonem
University, Louisiana. Compollin
circumstances denied him a college
degree, however, and in 1889, at the
age of 20, he came to Key West to
deek his fortune.
Studied' In Youth
His preparation in young manhood
for his great success in later life was
much the same as other distinguished
Jurists and statesmen. He rapd ad
studied diligently. Accepting a posi-
tion as keeper of a lonely lighthouse
on one of the Florida reefs, he oo-
cupled the long night watches with
earnest reading of law. During these
faithful watches of the great light
across the silent waters he laid the
(Continued on Page Eight)


UNMASKED ROBBERS LEFT VICTIM TO DIE .

FACE DISFIGURED, RETURNS, TELLS POLICE

(By Associated Prehs)
OKLAHOMA CITY, March 7.-Dr. B. Chester Goldberg,
who, last night, was abducted by four unmasked men at his
'home here, walked into police headquarters here today and
told the authorities how he regained consciousness while ly-
ing in a pool of mud about thirteen miles from this city after
being beaten and robbed.
Goldberg's face will be disfigured by .a livid slash frota
his left eye to the throat.


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Y WEST
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS


AT HIPIHWAV MFFTIMP.AILGED "MOONSHINE MURDERERS"


Harris Laid To Rest


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BALL CONTRACT TO :

FOUR LOCAL BOYS;

CYRIL GRIFFIN LATEST CANDf-
DATE FOR BIG LEAGUE *
COMPANY

Another Key Weas boy, Cyril
Griffin, received a 'li tat from
the Bradentown baseball team to- !
day. Bradentown has taken up the
franchise in the State League drop- :
ped by Jacksonville, and will or-
ganize an entirely new team.
Giffin's contract states that he ':
will be given a trial as catcher, and
will also bf used ns a utility out-
fielder if he makes good,
Griffin is the fourth local player
to receive a contract from the
Bradentown club. "Paddy" Doran
has signed his contract and will be
given a tryout in the infield,
"Paddy" signed with Bi3radentown,!
in spite of the attempt of other
teams in the State League to secure '
his service. This youngster played
with Miami in the East C('oast league *
last year, and was the leading short
st(qi and "hliise-stenltl'r" in that cir-
cuit. His chief fault is his weak
hitting but he feels c he has remedied this difficulty and'
will endeavor to show his batting


* **i** il I* a*sill*e* *

WEATHER CONDITIONS
KEl'sy WEST, Mar., 7.-The
moderate atmospheric disturb-
ance yesterday morning over the
ihwer Ohio Valley inm'reaed
greatly in strength and this
morning it is off the New Eng-
land coast. It is attended by
winds of gale force off the
middle and North Atlantic
Coasts and rains or snows over
practically the whole of the
country east of the Mississippi
River. Pressure is about nor-
mal over the Northern Plains
States and on the West Gulf
('Coast. It is colder this morn-
ing over the whole of the coun-
try cast of the Rocky Mountains
as a rule, except the North At-
lantic Coast Stnates where tent-
peratures, although they have
risen, are still slightly below
normal.
Fresh northwest and north
winds are expected over the
Flor'i.la Keys tonight and to-
mlorlrow.
H., B. BOYER,
Official in Charge.
* S * * ** ** *


TWIP K~r WIEST c~rrZ~h


EXCITING GAME

S AT A. C. TONIGHT

I BOTH TEAMS CONFIDENT OF


* VICTORY IN BASKETBALL
BATTLE HERE
*
*
* Charley "Rice," with his crew of
* Athletic Club All-Stars, are scheduled
* to meet the crack DeMolay five here
* tonight at the Athletic Club gym in
* what is promised to be one of the
* most gruelling basketball battles of
* the season.
* The game will start promptly at
* 8 o'clock and one of the largest
* ,owdH of the season is expected, as
*I uth teams have a strong following
m* ong the fans of the popular in-
* door sport.
trhe DeMolays will start with
SThompson and Pangle on the for-
* ward lines, N, Baker, center, Papy
* .And Albury on the guarding line.
* Captain "Rice" has not yet made
* public his line up. He will probably
* select from M. Baker, Lunn, Pritch-
* ard, Herrick, Rice, Adams and Cre-
:nata.


YPHUS ITSO A LOCAL YOUTH FACES
YPHUS HITS VOLGA PROHIBITION CHARGE
T'lAtllfl Ai r i t flr m n lI l'l ----"*


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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 7, 1928.


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4mericas Home ShoePolish

rEVERY APPLICATION SPREADS ITS ,EPUTATIONI. 'c
Gives the shine that preserves
leather and resists weather !
There's a SHINOLA shine for every
shoe-
Black, Tan, White, Ox.blood, Brown
For father, mother, sister, brother-
keep the SHINOLA Hme Sethandy I
The dauber, of genuine bristleso, clean
the shoes and applies the polish. The,
big lamb's wool polisher brings the !
Shine like magic.
The nifty, thrifty, everyday habit--


"rTh S tine for


TODAY'S CALENDAR OF SPORTS


eye this season. IIIUUbAN V5 Leon Leibovit, age 17, proprietor Racing: Meeting of Jefferson Par-
Q. L Iopez, the 16-year-old youth,, of The New York Bargain House, ish Fair Association, at New Orleans.
who was offered a tryout for mound was arrested here yesterday after Meting of Cuba-Amerlan Jockey
luty, has not yet signed his contract. noon by Sheriff Roland Curry and Club, at Havana Meeting of Tia-
[t is believed, however, that he will MEDICAL AUTHORITIES CON. released under a bond of $100 for a J cay b, at T u Ta
sign up in time to leave on April 1 DANER NOW his appearance before Judge Hugh ua Jcey Club at Tiau
with Griffin and Doran. SIDER DANGER NOW Gunn tomorrow morning on a pro- Cycling: Third day of six-day race
T. Harvey, who was also offered OVER Ihibition charge. n M io daoeG d
a contract as pitcher, has since left Sheriff Curry having a distress in Madison Square Garden.
frr Memphis, from which he reports warrant to serve on Leibovit, at his Tiak: Annual indoor games, of
that he will sign up and be at place of business, William and h Western Union A. A., New York
Bradentown along with the others. MBy Associated Press) Southard streets, went there yest City
The Key West boys will put up scoured the Volga Valley dlay to vy on goods to the amount
strong battle to secure a berth on and claoiTed thousands of victims of $10, for which the warrant was Golf: Annual spring tournament
, his aggregation. Although young frma n e eain toand s of Rusiao the s other'mlsrigtoramn
oy are well developed players and Pfromnonerendot ,aN teC ther ae o tua l oe
I A search of various boxes on theat c nhi Ns C Annual women's
,teir friends here are banking on last year, has appmred this winter shelf led to the discovery of several h pionship tournament at Belleair,
heir ability to make good. only in scattered localities and, un- quarts of liquor Fla.
"Paddy" Watkins, veteran base less the unexpected occurs, medical 1 .. '_ . .. n-i T.
ball player, who played with Orlando authorities consider the danger of Shef C Bench Showr Annual show of the
epipayr h pae it ra d emics ..on.ain was unaware of any prohibiton
and Bradentown several years ago, e re evastercale l rea nde violaton until the accidental dis- Toledo (0.) Kennel Club.
was sponsor for the Jocal boys' try- There are s.eral avere a i --thi-s
out Volga Valley and the Ukraine where o ry. _________ Swimming: National senior 100.-
out. he 1922 harvests fared poorly, and yard free-style championship, at
OUCr nAIt PAIN these famine alredy ti raging iNDIGENT IMMIGRANTS Brookline, Mas.
O l AIC again. Nothing like the terrible BARRED IN AUSTRALIA !G-" I
OI N conditions of the ghastly winter of

RUB RHEUMATIC, houg IiD iioTCHING HPA.J
ma Isted a s n-eding.....lte* or -ar toal DI IYx, N S. f,., March -.--. NG...E
I 'f sport t"c r%_ he most The fed.,r4 Edow.,flsW i~dg ~
miti osevcommunicate with the italian gov-
'"IM Af i fIlNrqtS pssiisi obserersdo" not expectIt - ^ l.... nIi ;"^II '
ACH-I NG Je era d p ic. eminent ani make t known tat DRIED I T1
t .. .. rep.eat. Australia cannot permit the entry of
---- of last year. indigent immigrants, as the result aI C T
St. Jacobs Oil stops any pain, and of the concern caused by the recent
St. Jacobs Oil stops any pain, and ulass l~t #,of thexpeted arrival of a ship.load ofi
rheumatism is pain only. N MINIGHT PIT SHOTS n t e pva o shep oo
Not one case in fifty requires in- M"IDV uffi ISTOL J/ J D ,Italiacns antd the announcement that! ----
lernal treatment. Stop drugging!, ONLY F A SE A LAR M, many of their countrymen, led here b ki, v
Rub soothing, penetrating St. Jacobs I A by false prospects, were likely to Arty breaking out of the skin, even
Rub soothing penetrating St. JacoI become charges upon the state. fiery, itching eczema, can be quick-
l gjrigt an yr omes tah- ree pistol shots fired in rapid The federal government has the ly overcome by applying a little
. os s a m lss uccesion, on a prn o power under the immigration laws Mentho-Sulphur, says a noted skin
y. St. Jacobs i is ah nearm Trumbo Island, facing Eaton street to control the influx of aliens and specialist. Because of its germ de-
rheumatism litiment, whiat 11 o'clock last night, awakened this authority is to be exerci'cd as stroying properties, this sulphur
disappoints, and cannot burn t the residents in that vicinity is nessary to proet the Aus reparation instantly brings ease
skin. .. i More than a dozen boys, ranging tralian public, it has bee anu from akin irritation, soothes and
Liber up! Quit oplii int age from 10 to 13 years, were uc d be an heals the eczema right up and leaves
lIta nail tria botl of old, hoanestg
.Get a small trial bottle of old, honest seen running from the vicinity of Althought the New South Wales the skin clear and smooth.
St. Jacobs Oil at any drug store, and he shooting. government refused to aid the large It seldom fails to relieve the tor-
in just a moment you'll b free om When questioned in regards to the number of aliens who have just ar- mnent and disfigurement. Sufferers
rheumatic pain, soreness and stff- matter, they told a tale of being in rived, the grave fears as to their from skin trouble should get a little
ness. Don't suffer! Relief awaits the bushes telling "ghost stories" future have proved unjustified, as j1r of Rowles Mentho-Sulphur from
you. St. Jacobs Oil is just as t'od when three bullets whistled by them. most of them found employment any good druggist and use it like a
for sciatica, neuralgia, lu ag, It could not be determined wheth- within a day or two after lhning. cold cream.-Adv.
backache, sprains.-Adv. er or not the shots were fired in i Each state has a fairly large Italian
en attempt to scare the boys. Reel- Ipopulation and those wvho were ina
RUSH TO PROPOSE n n that vicinity were ilied position to do so, have oe to UNIVERSITY F
RUSH --- TO PRPOSEieve that a member of the assistance of their county ryetn.
CHICAGO, March 7.-William youthful gang had secured a pistol
Cohen, arrested for speeding, plead- anrd had fir-ed it. The sperm whale has a very long: ANID LI
ed that he was hurrying to propose Several members of the gang last span of life, A great hull sperm I
to a girl. Hie escaped with a repri- night were arraigned in juvenile killed off the coast of New Zealand .. ..
mand. court and are now out on probation. had, deep in its flesh, the remains of ---
... ..... ......... ......... a harpoon from a whaler which had
_ _.,__ __ been broken up seventy years before ,
eo*********************************************o the whale's capture.


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Every nurse knows the danger of
the getting well stage after nilness.
At this time the struggle to re-
gain strength and health is a hard
one.
You need a pure food tonic such
as Father John's Medicine to build
new strength.
Father John's Medicine is the
greatest body builder.
It is of great value to rebuild
health and strength after influenza
or other illness.

Ctz- Bldg.


Jennie B.de 0oer

Notary Public

Citizen Bldg.


All study and no play does not being raised to erect a Student Ac-
make the best citizen. At the Uni- tivities Building on the campus of the
verslty of Florida there are class University of Florida. This building
for lectures and boarding will contain an auditorium for religi-
rot.e norm ltsres aod boeepian ous services and lectures, Bible study
study, but no provlsonhasbeen made rooms, music room, bowling alley,,
,for facilties to take ea of the off games room, cabinet meeting room
hours of the students. In order t and special rooms for parents who
provide a place where young meni find it necessary to be on the campu
may be trained along tha best silal in case of illness of their sons or
and religious lines, funds are now other emergencies. Individual stu-


Advertising In the Classified cotuN
of The Key West Citizen is a quick and
efficient means of getting your message
across.

want to reach and tell yoer story with th.
least expenditure of time and effort.

If you are in need of help, or wish to
sell or buy something, let The Key West
Citizen convey your message. It will pro-
duce satisfactory results.


dies will also be set apart for pastors
of different denominations where
they can meet the students right on
the campus. Every one in' this cornm-
munity will want to share in the
pleasure of contributing their part in
erecting a building at the University
which will throw around the young
men of this State the best influences
in one of the critical periods in their
life.


Tell it to the


world th ough a


want ad


The Key West Citizen

"YOUR BOME PAPER"

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WEDNESDAY. MARCH 7. 1923.


THE KBY WESI CITIZEN


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CLASSIFIED '! NOTES OF THE PASSING DAY
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S U UM I :000 Voices Over Radio CoL Cole a Visito
L On Thursday night from the Col. W. E. Cole, assistant chief
S broadcasting station of the General of the artillery corps, on an in-
Adva mments und this head Electric Company at Schenectady, section of all coasz artillery de-
will be srted in The cison at N. Y., 1,000 voices will be heard senses, has Inspected the local post
S rate oft' le a word fow O& ft. from that station alone, between the and returned to Washington. Dur-
Portion, but the inimuafoet thew hours of 10 and 11. Those with ingb his stay here he'was the guest
firt inMertion in e y ivfwtoa1e i radio sets in this city are asked to of. Captain and Mrs. E. B. Wharton
,listen in and it is hoped that there at their quarters in the army bar-
Payment for ilaifl ed adrteti. will be no interference from near- racks.
Ant is tivarMably Ia adva but b)y radio station to hinder the re- Lo and Tores Leave Tampa
Weglar advortiss with. he ceiving of this concert.. opes amp
* sate may have their adve a *,, Andrew Lopez, United States
Shp I marshal and Leroy Torres, deputy
Ad or h d i Planes Reach St. Augustine sheriff, left last night for Tampa
Advertisers should give the *sIo A radio message received by the with Manuel De Castro in their
lumber its we thedolre tlopl s local station from St. Augustine custody. De Castro will be tried in
.mber if the* y desire Ms it5 station, reported that four De- the Federal court in that city on an
FOR tENIT aviland planes passed over that immigration violation.
For AENT city at 8:45 o'clock this morning, *
.... headed south. The planes repre- A. C. Dance Tonight
FOR RENT--Garage, 428 Caroline. sent four of a squadron of six There will be a dance held at the
M. 6-3tx which are en route to Porto Rico Athletic Club this evening begin-
INQUIRE 303 Whitehead Street for from Kelly Field, San Antonio, ning at 8:80 o'clock. Music will be
partly furnished house or apart. Texas. furnished by the club orchestra.


ment. M. 5.6t
VOR RENT-Furnished rooms and
apartment. Modern conveniences,
screened throughout. Call 016
Eaton. Dee. 6
FOR RENT-Furnished lower flat,
modern conveniences. White Street.
Apply 5i03 Duval. Feb. 27
FOR RENT-Furnished rooms, with
or without private bath. 421 Du-
val street. M. 5-6tx
FOR RENT--Lower apartment, Caro-
line 'street; living room, dining
room, kitchen, two bedrooms con-
necting, bath and running water.
Screened throughout. Johnson &
Johnson. Mar. 7-3t
WANTED
GIRL WANTED .to learn press fe d-
ing aAd general printing work. The
Artnin .Press, 125 Duval street.
POSITION WANTED--,-Young lady
wishM position as stencgrmpher,
capg le of doing all kinds of office
woek1 regular hours or part time.
S. It, P. 0. Box 465, Key West,
Fla. M. O-5t
IVANTUD-Those who desilrn p.
graved visiting cards -lq.ivu us
theil order,. The Artman Priss
2 .Duval street, to The Oltl
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SWA6 VVei .e_ to E Wit
to4as fad Etih to qubseribe
/'for the Key West Citisen. a24
WANTED-To buy small grocery
store or some other business. Will
pay three or four hundred dol-
lars'down, balance monthly, I. C,
F., care of The Citisen. mar5-4tx
WANTED-Man, woman, salary $75
weekly full time, $1.50 and hour,
spare time, selling guaranteed'
hosiery to wearer. Beautiful spring
line.. Guaranteed Mills, Norris-
town', Pa.'
F. 28; M 7-14.21-28; Ap. 4-11-18.-25;
May 2.
WANTED-,-Three experienced fish-
ermen, who -can handle nets, en-
gines and mend nets. Steady men
only wanted, Apply representative
Ocean Leather Co., Oversea Hotel.
M. 7-2tx
-*--p.-
FOR SALE
RUBBER STAMPS-When in need
of Rubber Stamps-See The Art-
man Press., 125 Duval street, Key
West, Fla.

FOR PRINTED SOCIETY STA-
TIENARY. The Artman Press,
125 Duval street,
SIGNS-"Furnished Rooms for
Rent." Signs for sale at The
Artnmn Press. Large, clear,
easily read I vpe-15 cents each.
Jtf
,ORB SALE-Seratch pads, 5 pads
of 100 sheets each, alse 4x6, 16o
or 10 pads for 25c. Going fast,
get them while they last. Apply at
The Artman Press. Aug. 19-tf


,PERSONAL MENTION
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Mrs. R. B. Boyden, who had been
visiting in Havana for several days,
returned to the city yesterday after-
noon.
J. H. Walsh, automobile tire mer-
:hant, with offices at Miami, Jack-
,onville and Havana, arrived in the
ity yesterday afternoon from Ha-
vana and left on train 37 for Jack..
nville.
TIhomas H. Roberts left last night
,,n the Steamer Cuba for Tampa,
Here he will visit for several days.
Ernest Ellinger, who was. formerly,
cigar manufacturer in this city, ac-
os-panied by Mrs. .EUinger, arrived
;'rer yesterday afternoon from Ha.
a.na on route to Tampa.

ng for Miami where she will visit
or several weeks with friends nnd
relatives.
f Harry Carta left last night on the
:teamer Cuba for Tampa, where he
will visit for several weeks on busi-

J. 0. Weaver, traveling -freight
,ent for the 'Frisco Railroad, left
last night for Miami after a short
'buazess visit in this city.

Mrs.. Andrew Miller and Mrs. A.
Rouad returned yesterday afternoon
from. Havana where they spent the
weeok-end.


WIRELESS REPORTS

STEAMER AGROUND

ON COLORADO REEF


JAPANESE STEAMER '"ERIE-


MARU" RAN AGROUND LAST "
NIGHT-TUG RELIEF COMING *


TO HER RESCUE

The Wrecking Tug Relief sailed at
3 o'clock this afternoon to go to the
assistance of the Japanese steamer,
Eriemaru, ashore on Colorados Reef,
off the Western end of Cuba.
A wireless message received here
this afternoon reported the Japanese
Steamer "Eriemaru" aground on
Colorado Reef, off the Cuban west
coast. The latitude was given as
2208 and longitude 8450 west.
Soundings revealed that the ves-
sel is resting on a coral formation
at a depth of 24 feet forward and
30 feet aft. The steamer has a


draft of 26 feet forward and 28 feet
LOSI \ aft.
O- No increase in the bilges was re-
LOST-Yesterday, somewhere be. ported. Attempts were made with-
tween sunrise and sunset, two out avail to float the steamer by the
golden hours, each set with rd2 i discharge of the water ballast. The
diamond minutes. No reward a captain has advised his managers
offered, for they are gone forever., that it is necessary to jettison the
-Horace Mann. eargoe.
PERSONAL The "Eriemaru" is of 5476 gross
----- ton4 and 8409 net tons. She was
Transformations, Pompadours, built in 1920 and is owned by
Switches, Puffs, made out of your Kokusai Steamship Company of
bombings or cut hair. Faded hr Kope, Japan.


goods re-colorec to mates. Excep-
tionally fine work guaranteed. At
Biele's, 421 Caroline. Jan 10-1m
MISCELLANEOUS
PRINTING-For printing phone 66
and our man will call. The Art-
man Press, 125 Daval street.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
6 per cent Money. Under Bankers
Reserve System 6 per cent loans
may be secured on city or farm
property, to buy, build, improve,
nr ray Indebtedness. Bankers.


PORT NEWS

Sailed, March 7-Br. auxiliary
schooner, Lady Antoinette (Captain
Jackson) for Cape Gracias. The
schooner was consigned to Taylor &
Company.
Arrived, March 7-011 tank steam-
or, Martincock (Captain Sillors),
from Europe. Came into the outer
harbor to land a sick man and imme-
diately proceeded to Tampico.


Reserve Deposit Company, 1648 POUND-Red bicycle Tuesday morn-_
California Street, Denver, Colo-. ing. Can be found at 1104 Flor.
radio. -' I Ida street. W E. Burton. Call
J-411 F.T-14-s1-2; A .7-14-2ll after 5 p. m. M. 7-3fx


Mr. and Mrs. Henry W. Hughes,
who had been enjoying the excellent
climate of Key West for several
weeks, were among the New Yorkers
leaving last evening for the north.
"Pancho" Fleitas, who had been
visiting in Cuba, returned to the city
last evening on the Steamer Cuba.
Mrs. Susan Felton left last night
mn the Steamer Cuba for Tampa,
where she will spend several weeks
vith relatives,
Mrs. Albert Upmann arrived in the
city yesterday afternoon from Ha-
vana and after a short visit here left
via the East Coast for New York.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Converse
arrived in -the city yesterday after-
:'oon from Havana andjleft last night
on the SIteamer Cuba (or,,Tampa.
Mrs. Converse was, formerly:, Miss
Agatha Roberts, daughter of Mr. and
.Mrs. Charles Roberts of this city.
They had been visiting in Havana for
several days.
Mr. and ^MI2 Pacist. .gjthlO B A
children were included in the den
*r.rtures last night for Tampa, where
ihey will reside 'indefinitely.
T. C. Taltaferro, president o; the
i'irst National Bank of Tampa, and
Mrs. Talinferro, arrived in the city
yesterday afternoon -from Havana,
nnd after a short visit here sailed on
the Steamer Cuba for Tampa.


WEATHER FORECAST *
WASHINGTON, Mar, .7.-
Florida: Fair tonight and on *
Thursday; cooler tonight, pos-.
slbly light frost in extreme north *
portion. *
South Atlantic: Strong north- *
west winds, diminishing.
East Gulf: Fresh northwest *
and north winds.


RUSSIAN MONEY

EASIER TO COUNT;

CIPHERS DELETED


ARICAN DOLLAR NOW
WORTH FORTY RUBLES ONLY
WHERE FORMERLY WORTH
40,000,000 RUBLES


(By Associated Press)
MOSCOW, March 7.-Bookkeep-
ing has become a possible occupation
again in Russia with the advent of
the new money. Six ciphers have
been thrown into the discard. The
new bills which take the place of
the old 1,000,000 ruble tokens call
for one ruble, and accountants now
can book small sums without writ-
ing ciphers clear across the page.
Also it is easier for Americans to
realize a dollar is worth 40 rubles,
instead of 40,000,000.

The money question in Germany is
getting so perplexing that actual
goods instead of money are being
used in many districts for the pur-
pose of barter. In Pomerania, for
instance, a schedule of medical fees
has just been issued, and it sets
forth-that doctors for a night visit
involving a journey of more than
seven miles, shall receive thirty
pounds of butter, a ham weighing
twenty pounds, or one thousand
nourids of potatoes.

The Pacific is the largest and
deepest ocean.


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derful, because all sorenemt stops with the flrst
application. Get rid of your corn and wear
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it fails. E. Lawrencea& Co..



GIRL SCOUTS' SUPPER
HERE FRIDAY EVE
Troop 4, Girl Scouts, will give a
supper Friday night, March 6, to
which the public is cordially invited
to attend, This is the first of a
series of events that are being plan.
ne(d by the girls to raise funds for
their summer camp.
The supper will be held on the
vacant lot next to the Scottish
Rite Hall on Eaton street.


TAKE SALTS IF

STOMACH ISN'T

ACTING RIGHT


Says Indigestion Results from
an Excess of Hydrochloric
Acid


Undigested food delayed in the
stomach decays, or rather ferments,
the same as food left in the open
air, says a noted authority. He also
tells us that Indigestion is caused by
lyperacidity meaning there is an
excess of hydrochloric acid )i the
stomach which prevents completee
digestion and starts food fermenta-
tifon. Thus everything eaten sours
4.Ib 4 Apmachlmueh uK u fts a4H
sours in a can, forming acrid fluids
and gases which inflate the stomach
like a top balloon. Then we feel a
heavy, lumpy misery in the chest; we
belch- Up gas; we eructate sour food
or have heartburn, flatulence, water-
brash or nausea.
He tells us to lay aside all diges.
tive aids and instead get from any
pharmacy four ounces of, Jad Salts
and take a tablespoonful in a glass
of' ater before breakfast and drink
'it While it is effervescing, and fuith-
eriore, to continue this for a week.
Wilps relief -often follows the first
dose, it is important to help neu-
trlise the acidity, remove the gas-
making mass, start the liver, stimu-
lat6 the kidneys and thus promote a
free flow of pure digestive juices.
Jad Salts is inexpensive, and is
made from the acid of grapes and
letlon Juice, combined with lithia
and sodium phosphate. This harm-
less salts is used for many stomach
disorders with excellent results.-
Adr.

A DAINTY HUSBAND
NEW YORK, March 7.-Mrs. R.
W. Richards tried to have her hus-
band arrested for cruelty because
he "'squandered all l'hi money on
face creams, perfume and hair
dyes."

DR. WM. P. KE 4P, DENTAl
SURGEON, 87 FLEMING STPEE1
CAMPBELL BLDG., 'PHONE 389.

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FEDERAL DEPT.

BE REPRESENTED

AT HIGHWAY MEET
(Continued from Page One)


had been placed on first priority as
r. federal aid project,
The War Department is deeply in-
terested in the highway from a mill-
tary viewpoint.
It is estimated that a road through
the marshes strong enough to with-
stand any gulf storm and to bear
the weight of artillery would cost
from $300,000 to $400,000 a mile,
including the necessary bridges. This
would make the cost of the twenty
miles to the Rigolets, one of the out-
lets of Lake Ponchartrain, approxi-
mately $8,000,000. It would neces-
sarily be of special construction and
so heavy as to require a minimum of
.epair.
Construction of the marsh road
would provide New Orleans with a
highway to the north and east. The
only way of entering the city now,
if motorists do not drive west to
Baton Rouge and from there to New
Orleans, is to ferry across Lake
Ponchartrain, a water journey requir-
ing at lea-t two hours by the shortest
route.
Construction of the Florida section
'f the Spanish Trail is well under
w'ay and that State, with federal,
'tate and county funds, now is build-
Ing a broad, heavy concrete highway
from Jr.cksonville to Pensacolo, a
distance of more than 375 miles. The
Highway will parallel the Saboard Air
Line railway from Jacksonville to
river Junction, and the Louisville &
Nashville from River Junction to
Pensacola.

NOTICE TO TAX PAYERS
The tax roll for the- state .and
county for the year 19298 4 "now He.
ing, prepared, aind all person firms
or corporations are herebly Wotiel0
to prepare and file their, retus for
all taxablee poperty;;whether rTeal or
personal, not laterAd.twa-April ltI
1928. Blanks for making 'out re.
turns can, be had by applying to the
undersigned at the county court
house.
Key West, Fla., Jan. 8, 1928,
MRS. CORNELIA C. SAWYER,
Tax Assessor Monroe County-, -Fla.
Ja, %340.17-2441; Feb. ,-14.1-28;
-M aiar; "M14-11-28. .
SHAREHOLDERS MEETING
Notice to Sharoholdora of Williain
Curry's Sans Co.
The regular annual meeting of the
Shareholders of William Curry's
Sons Company will be held at the
offices of the Company in the City
of Key West, State of iFlorida, on
Thursday, the 8th day of March, A.
D., 1923, for the purpose of electing
officers for the ensuing year and the
transaction of any business that
should properly be transacted at this
meeting.
MILTON W. CURY,
President.


Attest:
BENJ. D. TREVOR,
Secretary.


M. .-.8t


FOR 15 DAYS ONLY
We will take and make one dozen
post card pictures of your beautiful
home for only $1.25, cash in aX-
vance. Leave your order at Esteves
Photo Studio, 606 Duval street. f2
IN THE CIRCUIT COltT STATE OF
FLORIDA, ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
C('lcT. MONROE COUNTY.-IN
CHANCdItnY.
rrmen Teremn Or. slu amiln.
vs. Complainant
Joh,, It. V. .MnsinM, )Derpendail
It appearing by the sworn bill filed
In the nlove-stated cause that John
R.RV. .Masslan, the defendant therein
neired, Is A non-rPhidnt of the State
Af ilorida, nnd now a 'rF siIelt o lIla-
o'ana, Republic of Cumn, and thet h" i
ver the aget of twtnlty-olji v vi',r: It
Is therefore a)rd'rid Ilu L shdii l n)n-
reasident ridefendant be arnd r (i' hsarc-
hy rolqurd to i happenn tr to In ',111 f
compliitnt filed in said ,'iium i) !i a ,r
before MAondlay, thet 2d rtav f Apr!.
A. D. 1923. o herwise, l lia- nlutatlni s
of said bill will be tal cn as ncrnf'ssed
by said defendant,
It is further ordered that this ord.r
be published once each week for eight
coeisecutlve weeks in the Key West
Citizen, a newspaper published In snid
County and State.
This 16th day of January, 1923.
D. Z, FILhR,
Clerk Circult Court.
J. 1F. tTTeT.
,llcit'r for Complainant.
Jan. 17-2-.31; Fer. 7-14-21-28; Mar 7-14
IN TIrl (ineiT COURT (sTAT OP
P'LOIIII)A, I;,VI'.NTII JIDUICIAL
('IRCUiIT, MIONIHORE ('OLNTY.-N
C IA N .C 1RY. x
Hterbert 0. Willon, ('oliplainanat,
VM.
Augusta M. NVllWos, Iletendsnt.
It appearing by the sworn hill filed
in the above-stated cause that Augusta
M. Wilson. the defendant therein
named, is a non-resident of thi, Stat,
of FlInrida, and that her presentt ad-
dress Is unknown, and that she is over
the agre of twenty-one years; It In
therefore ordered that said non-real-
dent defendant be and she is hereby
required'to appear to the bill of com-
plaint filed In said cause on or before
Wednesday the 11th day of April, A.
D.. 121, otherwise the allegations of
said bill will be taken as confessed by
saild defendant.
It Ins further ordered that this order
be published once each week for eight
oonsecutivC Weeks In The Key West
Citizen, a newspaper published In said
County aRd State.
This Freb'uary 7th. 1923.
(8UAI) D. Z PIILER.
S I.U8TO Clrk Circuit Court.
S"hll ltor for Complianant.
7-b. 1-4-111-38; Mar. 7-14-21-28; Ap. 4


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803 Duval St.


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PUBLIC SALES
We have purchased 122,09
pair U. S. Army Munsons l
Shoes, sizes 5% to 12, wUid
was the entire surplus stock et
one of the largest U. S. Geep
ernment shoe contractors.
This shoe is guaranteed om
hundred per cent solid leatheM
color dark tan, bellows tongue,
d rt and waterproof. The' acitm
value of this shoe is $6.00. Ow-
ing to this tremendous buy w
can offer same to the pu~b
at $2.95.
Send correct size. Pay postman
on delivery or send money w-
der. If shoes are not as rep-
resented we will cheerfully re.
fund your money promptly
upon request.
NATIONAL BAY STATE
SHOE COMPANY
296 Broadway, New York, N.Y.



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A Tough Situation
"Life had no pleasures for M .
Although I had plenty of money i
was of no value, as my tomaneh d-
most constantly distressed me. I
lost faith in all doctors and mm&-
cine. Talking with my drnwK
about my case he advised me to bsy
Mayr's Wonderful Remedy. I -i
now enjoying life again." It hoa
simple, harmless preparation a
removes the catarrhal mucus se
the intestinal tract and allay* Go
inflammation which causes praetl-
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ailments, including appendicitis. Om
dose will convince or money a -mfi
ed. For sale by all druggista,-Adl.
The sun's surface has the au 4w
temperature of 6,600 degrees, vA
is sufficient not only to melt &* ,-'
and metals but to turn them fl
thin gases.
MEDIUM BROWN HAIR Ibt
hN'st of all after a Golden C
Shampoo.-Adv.

BIDS REQUESTED
The undersigned will reside
bids for clearing and leveling
the South Shore DevelopmenG
Company's Vista Marina Park *
Sub-Division on South Beach, up
to and including March 10t1
An outline or Specificatioen
of work will be furnished up"
application.
SOUTH SHORE
DEVELOPMENT COMPANY
V. A. JOHNSON, Mgr.
118 Duvsl Street

NAVAL SUPPLIES
RADIO SUPPLIES
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207-209 Duval Stret
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KEEP SMILING

It unable to do so, see
DR. C. E. MATHIS
Chiropractor, Palmer tS em
and become well and ihapp I


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JUDGE W. H. HARRIS


FASCIST NEEDS 200,000 MUSKETS MEN


FOR DAREDEVIL PEACE ARMY; MUSSOLINI IS LAID TO REST


VOLUNTARY MILITIA TO PROTEC
AGAINST LAWBREAKERS URG
FASCISTI LEADER

(By Associated Press) M E RN
government needs 200,000 muskets
to keep all the rascals in their BACK
SDal M ini t I BACK


(Continued from Page One)


foundation of his thorough under-
IT COUNTRY standing and broad scope of the law
which he was to practice later so sue-
ED BY cessfully. In 1891 he was admitted
to the bar and bbgan to practice in
Key West. Four years later, in 1895,
lie entered upon his brilliant politi-
cal career, which to the day of his
(oD oeath, was without defeat. He served
RT TRENDI as a member of the House In the
Florida Legislature for the session
O O1895-97 and helped forcibly in pass-
ing the Buckman bill. He served


delegation of the Italian Arditi, or also as senator from Monroe and Lee1
"Daredevils," as they are sometimes' I counties for three terms, during
called, in a recent address. HIGH COST OF LIVING NOT DIS e was president of the senate,
"I am counting on all the ex- i 107, During these terms he wa i
service men, and therefore, on the COURAGING TO AMBITIOUS one of the most forceful, efficient
Ardiii, who have been our best and influential men in those bodies.
fighters," continued the Premier. YOUNG ARTISTS He was a puwer as chairman of the
"I am sure almost all of you will udiciary committees in both the
join the voluntary militia. We need lower house and senate; and it was
the regular army to be prepared for (By Associated Press) through his relentless efforts that the
the defense of the nation, for this PARIS, March 7.-The high cost Florida East Coast Extension bill was
Sits purpose; we need a police living has not discouraged young passed and the Oversea Railway
f.ire in order to protect ourselvd of living has not discouraged young brought to Key West. His services
against lawbreakers. The Fascist artists, says Paul Signac, president as legislator were identified with all
governtminit also has need of 200,000 of the Society of Independent educational and public health mea-
muskets to keep all the rascals in Artists, whose thirty-fourth annual sures.
their places. exposition opened recently.
"I hope, therefore," continl.ed the Here are represented 1610 artists Judge Hrrs' Marriage
Fascist chief, "to see you in the who exhibit nearly 5,000 works in In 1896 he married Miss Mary
front rank of the Fascist legions, the huge galleries of the Grand Louise Porter, daughter of Dr. J. Y.
which are a magnificent reserve of Palais. Of them all, only one was Porter, Sr., and Louise Curry Porter,
courage, of power and of faith, and unable to pay the fee of fifty francs Key West. This marriage united two
on which not only the government, for hanging his picture. of the oldest and most distinguished
but the whole nation can surely No prizes are offered to ex- families of the South. Of their five
count. I thank you, and beg you hibitors, nor is there any jury to children, two survive, Miss Minnie
to consider me, as head of the gov- pass on pictures. All comers may Porter Harris and William Curry
ernment, a daredevil who does not hang their creations. The spirit of Harris, a member of the senior class,
stop before any obstacle, and over- fairness goes to the extent of ar- Monroe County High School. One
comes all obstacles if it be neces- ranging the pictures without respect sister, Mrs. W. E. Frazei, of Colum-
sary and required by the supreme to light. They are hung in the bus, Miss., also survives him...
interests of the nation." alphabetical order of their makers' For fourteen years, followlnk1891,
names. Nor is nationality consider- Judge Harris served as judge of the
DISC VERY MAKES ed. Fully one third of the ex- police court of Key West, and since
SO V Rl hibitors are foreigners. 1915 he has been judge of the crirl-
While President Signae affirmed final court of record for Monroe
O D FLY G SA E that the exhibition showed the trend County, an office to which he was
of art back to normal colors and returned after a brilliant campaign
old art forms, this statement was victory in the Democratic primary of
hardly borne out by the paintings June. He was a Democrat in the
shown. There were cubic houses, broadest and soundest sense of the
BANK, TURN AND CLIMB INDI- cubic trees, cubic people and cubic term. He was a member of the Old
CATOR AT M'COOK NOW carpets, along with many other cubic Island City Guards, Florida State
things that visitors could not Troops, from 1890 to 1893, and an
S PRACTICAL DEVICE identify. active, enthusiastic member of
SThe striking point of the exhibi- Masons, Odd Fellows, Knights of
,.1 tion to the casual art critic appear- Pythias, Elks, Patriotic Order Sons
(Uy Associated Press) ed to be its liberty of expression, in- of America, and a zealous totarian,
b tuien ald W '4 I r' e pa ten centuries. i9aopal, ]^^un. .
eently invent lland perfected by the Many of the paintings 'were done in e o- .'
yesonal "f~IcCook Field at Day. dark colors, and looked for all the Suces Due to C 6 8 aturh
so, O., is hailed by army air service world like old masters. His brilliant professional.,nd .olt-
iasfeguarding cloud flying about 90 GERI ANY STOPS SAVING* eroua and cheerful nature alone, kat
pr cent. It ii described by thee to his sound jSdgment, his srill s0d
4ffters as an instrument so designed M A R K TOO UNCERTAIN Integrity as lawyer. He specialiapd
s, to let the pilot know instantly of n admiraltylaw, and practiced large-
:-ay climb, bank, turn or skid his (By Associated Press) ly in the U. R. Courts, the Supreme
planss is making and the degree of HAMBURG, March 7.-Germans and Circuit Courts.
same, being operated by two gro- have slowly learned that it is unwise In the late war he was chairin
o wch are run by the ru to save marks while the are allng of the Four Minute Men and ch
alW past the plane. t avmk le te ae ang tu of th* ft Board, wlch.4
officers state that rapidly in value. Even servants handle ffe thB w hich
The Chanute officers state that earning very small wages have adopt-iently, the
t most forefu instance of its ed the plan of converting their volume of questionnaires.
halua in aerial navigation was re- money immediately into something All of Judge Harris's splendid
rently demonstrated in the Airways which has real value. Such persons achievemnts are due to his own of.
Mission of Lieutenant A. G. Hamil- seldom have enough to buy foreign forts and persistent diligence. He
on, of Chanute Field, flying a Dc money, so they acquire articles which fought his way through to success
Ifaviland plane which was not equip- will always be in demand. Furth- single handed, alone. His greatsBss
re. with the indicator, and Lieu- ermore, they usually have these pur- it p*t to be measured, however, by
teasat C. H. Ridenour, of McCook chases made in some small town, his' eminent legislative service end
'ield, alad* flying a De Haviland where prices are lower than in the other public successes. The supretno
plane which had been equipped with great centers which know more character of the man was revealed in
the indicator. Lieut. Hamilton left about International exchange opera- his generous protection of the many
Chanute Field fori Mitchell field tons. widows and orphans in this commtn-
via McCook Field and Washington. The cook in onp Ameriqan family ity and in the joy which he made in
*At McCook he was joined by Lieut. in Hamburg recently told her mis- his home life. He was a loved and
I idenowr. tress she was Investing her earnings loving father, husband, friend. The
Abodt thirty-five miles east of in furniture, which she had order- school children, thb newsboys, all
Moundqville, W. Va., while flying at xd a cabinet-maker in her native knew him and loved him, and cldm.
an altitude of twenty-six hundred village to manufacture. She had
o fot, they encountered the mountains, bought thd wood at a bargain, and
Alf' peaks of which penetrated tense the man was doing the work very
Lan.i of clouds. As both pilots were cheaply in his spare time.
eqiuf1pe@d with parachutes, they de- While the cook was not betrothed,
terniined to try to make their way and did not know that she would
through the cloud bank rather than marry, she explained to her" mistress'
,t1rn back. On entering the clouds that her chance will be much bright-
they lost sight of each other. They er when it became known that' she
climber through five thousand feet could furnish a home attractively.
of clouds, and, on emerging into clear _______. -
Mue sky again, Lieut. Hamilton was -
unable to locate Lieut. Ridenour. He MICKIE SAYS
set a compass course for Washington
and landed sixty-five miles north of 0 -- MT ^os AS A uwt"
there, while Lieut. Ridenour flew a ( u ^ S &s
o perfect course and landed at Wash- >
ington. This would have been al AWW*% 8%)J"41
most impossible if his plane had not 'W M OU I V, 1V 40 V
beten equipped with the bank, climb S M < ,
smt turn indicator, according to these Wr b1a WM %4 O O~ M4 4
o7FIcers. f Am eWA 1W e0W4
STOLEN WATCH A GIFT .I tQA-. ~I4t A SWISA
IEW YORK, March 7.-Arriving O Tt-\ J
home from work, Frederick Colton -- .
foumd in his pocket a gold watch ;
presumably stolen by a pickpocket
wo passed it on, fearing arrest. *
MISON "HOME SWEET HOME" | :
LONDON, March 7.-A soloist "
who sang "Home, Sweet Home," at
PIntonville prison was encored -
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No man ever radiated more joy in his
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lived well, laughed often, and loved
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