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MbBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRES
VOLUME LI, No 137 KEY WEST. F IDA, TIESDA N ... PRICE FIVE CEN'
THREE STUDENTS Dhde a [FlOUS BAtLE
GIVE RECITALAT jHer Huband TO GAIN .ITY OF
CONVENT TONIlHT Duchess d Richelieu aN IS RAGING
ENT Monday from New York, and while
here will, in company with her : _
PUPILS OF CONSERVATORY TO husband the Due de Richelieu who RIVER STEAMERS, JAMMED BY
BE PRESENTED IN PROGRAMS arriyed several days previous, be the REFUGES, UNABLE TO GO
OF CHAMBER MUSIC-INTER. guest of Captain and Mrs. Clark D. FORWARD BECAUSE OF FIR.
LUDE NUMBERS ON VIOlIN Stearns at their home in the naval ING ACROSS TtE STREAM
------- station. Press')
Three students of piano in the These distinguished members of (By Associated Press)
conservatory of the Convent of Mary Fren6.h: aristocracy have identified CANTON, China, June 9.-Fight-
Immaculate will be presented in themselves with Key West by the ing between rival Chinese forces
recital tonight in the auditorium at purchase of property in this city, battling for possession of the city of
8 o'clock. The public is invited to Canton continued today with renow-
attend this program, which will be ed intensity and considerable casual-
followed by an exhibition of physi- I RIS AL ties.
cal culture drill on the tennis courts
in the convent grounds.
The students who will appear in
recital tonight are Miss Mary Eliza-
beth Grillon, daughter of Mr, and
, Mrs. L. B. Grillon; Miss Clora
Knight, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Jeff Knight; and Miss Ruth Davis,
daughter 'of Mr. and Mrl. George
Between the recitals by the
students there will be two violin
numbers, one by Miss M. Glannone,
of Miami, and one by Miss M. Knight,
of Key West. The the r interlude
number will be by the junior choral
class of the convent,
The program for tonight's recitals
Mary Elizabeth Grillon
Warrior's Song Op. 45 ........ Heller
Sonata G. Major ........................,
Allegro Con Brio ................. HkVn
Sprites of the Glen Op. 30 .. Dentte
Summer Rhapsodice Op. 100 .. Smith
Menuet a I'Antique ...... Paderewslki
Ballet Op. 74 No. 3 ............ Taylor
Venetian Gondola Op. 30 No. 6....
The Fauns Op. 0 ........ Chanminade
Cavatina ....... ................ Schmidt
A. Gato at the Piato
S.onatina Op. 36 No. 3
Un* oeo Adagio Cm
AlleFo0 ...... .......... .... Clem. ntl
Spinning" Bong Op. 14 .. Ellmenr lch
'Rondoletto Op. 24. No. ...... Lnes
iButtiftV Op. 89 .............. RItinhold
"o11i -'Dream Op. 802 ........ Oesten,
.,g.atit taxae Op. 89 ... iRelnhld
"e in I I s.I .,Z _. ristC
Ieic BOiX .. ............. Poldinl
Cymbals and Castagnettes Op. o 'r
Berceuse .................................. Conte
A. Gato at the Piano
Le Petit Rien ...................... Cramer
Return of the Reapers Op. 13 .. Gregh
Rondo alla Turca Op. 68, No. 2....
S ............... ................. Burgmuller
Menuet in G. .............. Beethoven
Saltarello Op. 50 No. 19 .... Schmoll
By the Brook Op. 9 .......... Ornstein
Poat Song ........................... Poldini
Curious Story Op. 138 .......... Heller.
Woodland Croon Song ........ Clutsam
Junior Choras Class
M. E, Grillon at the Piano
RMY OFFICER DIES
IN PARIS ACCIDENT
BRIG. GEN. CHAMBERLAIN KILL.
ED WHEN HIS TAXICAB HITS
(By Associated Press)
PARIS. .Tne 0.--Briadier.
eral Chamberlain, United States
Army, a former member of the
general 'saff and witNh service in the
, Philippines and in France to his
credit, was killed here last night
when the taxicab in which he was
riding collided with a 'street car.,
The romance of one nlanocent
.11i and one good man caught
In a shipload of human dere*
HIcts. Waves of exeoltement,
storms of *motions, whirlwinds
of entertainment-"The Devil's
Cargo" has all the element.
that make the perfect picture.
Shiws at the
River steamers, which were crowd-
RAIN TO CHANGING ed with refugees, were unable to
move on account of cross-firing over
OCEAN CURRENTSthe Ch Kangriver
L. hT rrmm ndr nf th. larirest.
ARID REGIONS VISITED BY
DOWNPOURS FOR FIRST TIME
IN HISTORY OF MAN SINCE
WASHINGTON, June 9.-Reports
of changes in two Important ocean
eurrenti are before the navy hydro-
graphic office, where a close watch
is being kept in-anticipation of other
Word that the Humboldt current,
which "swings up from the Antarctic
off the west coast of South America,
had-changed its course somewhat,
bringing rains to arld regions for the
IRY N Pas Singer, Owner o0
"Wmr nr. J i iverglade Club At Palm
SlEA LL Beach, Guest In the City
CLAIM VICTIMS Par's Singer of New York and
.... Palm Beach arrived yesterday morn-
TOLL IN THB EAST NEARS 450 Ing Pom Palf Beach. He was ac.
MARK TODAYV-NEW YORK companled by his son. While here
POLICE SAY QUARTER MIL- they will be the guests of Captain and
LION'SLEI IN PARKS Mrs. Clark D. Stearns at their
quarters in the naval station.
(By Ass pted Press) Mr. Singer is owner of the Ever-
NEW YORK,, June 9.-Despite g:ade Club of Palm Beach and is
the drop in temperature along the prominently Identified with develop-
eastern seaboard, heat deaths con. ments at that famous resort.
tinued to accumulate todiy. More
than 427 persons have died In the FRANC O ITI
east during'the wave. l U
While no baths were reported in '
New York iast night the Philadel-
phia cui.uM!tjist was increased by
Four aged women died in Hoboken
e ........... i t.. e ... rg. and insanity brought on by the
receivinesg e gunboat0 roleft his ship after heat caused two other deaths.
rocevhng $100,000 from the chief Police estimate that more than a
of the Yunnanese are confident of s, quarter million persons slept in the
The Yunnanese are confident of New York parks during the hot
winning the city. weather.),*
Foreign steamers are reported to Another warm spell is forecast for
have been fired upon near Whampao. today or Wednesday, but it will not
bring the devastating heat of the
IS HELPING SPREAD last few days, observers say.
ISLAND CITY GOSPEL BOY SCOUTS WILL
BOSTON BANKER TELLING HIS GIVE PLAY FRIDAY
FRIENDS OF WONDERFUL
CLIMATE OF KEY WEST
first tim6 in the memory of men now ot mi tunit HARRIS SCI
living, have been supplemented by a do ot miss an opportunity of NING T
report from the steamer India Arrow, telling my large circle of friends
indicating changes in the Japan cur- here of the wonderful things I saw A play "S]
rent about 500 miles east of Japan. in Florida and that Key West has "of reettations,
While no definite explanation can the best climate and beauty of all will be given
he given of the phenomena because of them," says Samuel J. Wilde, Troop No. 1
HOOL FRIDAY EVE-
) RAISE MONEY
pring" and a program
, .dialogues and music
under the auspices of
, Boy Scouts of Am-
G NIRBO TD ROCCA
E PORUEN IE CAEP
-- WMMNMWAIF w
ABANDONMENT OF TRADITION-
AL ENGLISH POLICY OF ISO-
LATION FROM CONTINENT IS
(By Associated Press)
GENEVA, June 9.-European
peace and security seemed almost an
accomplished fact to the league of
nations group today with France and
Great Britain finally agreed on a
Under the agreement England's
great war strength will be thrown
behind a four power pact to guar-
antee the Rhine frontiers.
Other participants besides France
and Great Britain will be Belgium
and Germany, provided the latter
agrees to-the conditions.
LONDON, June 9,-The British
government today gave official ac-
knowledgment to the France-British
insufficient data, officers incline to of the Home Savings Bank, 1oston, erica, Friday evening, June 12, at agreement on the reply to the Ger.
the decrease in solar radiation reach. In a letter to the publisher of The Ithe Harris school, it was announced man security pact proposals an-
Ing the earth in the past three years. Citizen, renewing his subscription to today. The complete program will nounced at Geneva yesterday.
The drop in this aviation was first this newspaper. Mr. Wilde has be announced, later. The British government issued a
announced by the Smithsonian In- bought property in Key West and #n The funds derived from this pro- statement emphasizing that the
stitution, but it is pointed out that Big Pine Key. gram will be used to provide enter- proposed pact s one of mutual as.
returned to nearly normal again, it In closing he nAkes a, SuggestioI tainnent for the Clearwater Boy distance. d
q4 logically be expected that tar- 1'fr naming n ^ ne'brtdo,- c" . o lmm -. !'e.'.,b -'d f Broah,
Actocean waters wold not refet "around the indis d: Jn 1. has guaranteed protection to both
th hang for some time, due to "I should cill the road Ithey ate I sides of the Rhine, therefore must
thk change for some time, due to P,, .N . .lui isf either Germany or France
the/ slownss with which thu ocean to bu"ld arod "dtht-< l i .. i E I lrs i te Gern'na.io'a, oh Fr a
re c4s any ch hne. at rve" h r e e ai aK ioniny the
he t any d ihe... p n'ore'. baeuifu watsr than, t e "pI itt l nl he abandonment -Grea Britan
yashiwo t was said, had developed COOLIDS t I sh ofs her long taPnding poley of isola.N
increased force this year, probably D Y (By Assocated Press)
apparently had cut athwart the Jco Yu Hi an" "C hristian General" chaOs Onin SIGNEDn
pable to the Labrador current nlcurrentin the year OWEVER. PRESIDET AND isue a circular dispatch r'pportnto the paejand lecurilty of
A smlar situation is believed to heFIRST LADY SPENT RESTFUL the student aitaton against for- ope, the tteetsaid
have caused the change n the Huobaby NIGHT ON RETURN TRIP i1s(By Associated Pre e) r GOVERNOR MARTIN APPROVES
dil 1....... ...... Chang Tso Lin. Manchurian war GOVERNOR MARTIN APPROVES
MAN WHO PEDDLED
ARRESTED IN CUBA
LOUIS VALDEZ SANCWHZ, WELL
KNOWN HERE, HELD sY A0.
THORITIES, DEPUTY MAR.
SHAL LOPEZ LEARNS
Louis Valdez Sandhez, ,Ailiat
"Piloto," has been ar e
Cuban Judicial Police C a
charge of passing counted nJ-
ed States money, uccordli
received here by Depuity ed
States Marshal Andrew O4ez.
Deputy Marshal Lopez has been" on
the trail of Sanchez for the lastefix
months, but the counterfeiter got
away to Cuba, out of the local of-
Sanchez was often in Key West
and Tampa and sold game cocks in
the two cities. It is believed that
he passed a good deal of the coun-
terfeit paper money in the southern
part of Florida. Sanchez was putting
out counterfeit $5 silver certificates
and $20 Federal Reserve Bank
Deputy Marshal Lopez said today
that any person who has counterfeit
money and can give a satisfactoriy I
planation of how it came into his "
possession can get it redeemed, The
bad money must be taken to the
Deputy Marshal, who will make ar-
rangements for its redemption.
It is against the law for anyone
with the exception of a United
States officer to have counterfeit
money In his possession and anyone
who has such money, even though he
does not attempt to pass it, is sub-
ject to arrest.
VICTIMS OF BLAST
OIm OF fTHCSE KiLtEl) IN
,SrURGIS. ltWCKY RftNE
!lROUCG4T TO' SUR'AC*, ;
"^ s o to ro, P -.. ...o
TtJ WS, Kentucky, Jauhe 4.-
Thq bodies of fourteen missing
qioera, .victims ot a mine explosion
here yesterday, were, found' this
morning and brought tp the surface
along with the thrpe other bodies
found last night.
Of the victims the bodies of seven
white men and ten negroes were
found at the four hundred foot
The coroner's investigation will be
aJi ssl'_ _i , _
oit current o ff Southn America. Ei MEASURE AND EXPECTED 11181 aliZaOeW LOWe
Ni'no, ordinarily a weak, warm-cur- (By Associated Press lord, urging that the military lead- MEASURE AND EXPECTED et L
Nino ordinarily a weak warm (By Assoated Precooperate with each other to help READINGS WILL BEGIN WHEN TO Tallaha ee For
rent which flows south periodically Aboard President Coolidge's Train nation to "obtan the rights of FALL TERM OPENS
from Panama, gathered increased n route to Washington, near e Chinesepeople." right o S er SchoolTerm
force this year and overrode the Madison, Wis., June 9.-Somewhat (By Associated Press) --
Humboldt current. This quite logical- wearied by the strenuous day In the a A L S STARVE TALLAHASSEE, June 9.-Gov. Miss Elizabeth Lowe, daughter of
ly could set up different air move-.Twin Cities of Minnesota, where the ANIMALS STARVE ernor Martin has approved the act Mr. and Mrs. Virgil S. Lowe, was a
inents and bring warm, moist winds President took part yesterday in of the Florida legislature to require passenger leaving for Tampa Satur-
to the land and so cause an extep- the Norse American Centennial f HAIl RATIfN daily readings from the Holy Bible day evening. In Tampa Miss Lowe
tional instance of precipitation. Celebration, Mr. and Mrs. Coolidge vONHA LF I U' AJIU in the public schools of Florida. will spend a few days visiting friends
Evidently there has been for some spent a restful night on the first lap -- Reading from the Bible once daily and will then proceed to Brooksville
time a fairly wide-spread abnormal of the return trip. FORTY ANIMALS, BELONGING is required but no sectarian conm. where friends in that city will be
condition in ocean surface waters, Washington will be reached TO NELL SHIPMAN, REPORT. ment is permitted. visited. Later Miss Lowe will go to
particularly off Australia, the east Wednesday morning. ED IN BAD CONDITION Although the teachers are re- Tallahassee where she will attend
coast of South Africa, and in the Mr. and Mrs. Coolidge were both ---quired to make monthly reports of the summer classes at the Florida
North Atlantic. There has been un- smiling broadly as they passed the (By Associated Press) the readings, no penalty is provided State College for Women in the
usual strength to the movement of last crowd of the day at statioir SPOKANE, Washington, June 9. for failure to comply with the law, capital city.
waters from the North Atlantic up late yesterday evening. ---Forty animals belonging to Nell the Senate having stricken out that Miss Lowe is a member of the
around Spitzbergen, and possibly Shipman, motion picture actress, are part of the measure as it passed the faculty,of the Division street school,
as a reaction to that, an increased R ma starving in their cages at the head lower House. and will return in time to resume
movement of the' waters swinging omnc WhC egan of Priest Lake, Idaho. The readings are expected to be- her duties at this institution when it
south through Bering Strait. Offi. In Old Mexico Ended F. "I Carroll, assistant supervisor gin when the public schools of the reopens for the fall term.
cers are watching cosely for re- With Ke West Weddn of the Kaniksu National Forest re- state open next fall.
'ports on the Georgia current, which hv ported last night that t ne animals I N R I T
swings up from the Antarctic about A romance begun in old Mexico have beel tg onF hif rat-o ^ PAINLEVEPROBES IL
,midway in the South Atlantic ocean, had its culmination' in this city rda. MOROCCAN TROUBLE OF KILLING OFFI
in the expectation that an interest! Saturday when Miss Iouise urday M R AN TRLLI L
'ng situation may be noted. Wilhelmine Currlin of Guadalajara, T O ----
But with the return of solar coh- Mexico was married to Frederick Sou ni P senSger ---- NO RECOMMENDATION F O R
editions to normal, it Is expected in Edward Krieghoff who arrived here List of Steamer Is FRENCH PREMIER MAKES IN- MERCY BY JURY WHICH TRIED
pne or two years that all ocean cur- Saturday afternoon from Havana. VESTIGATION OF INVASION WILL DOUGLAS
rents will resume their accustomed Miss Currlin arrived in this city y zen BY RIFFIAN CHIEFTAN .A.si
paths. to meet her fiance and was register- The Cittsen has received a souvenir A-- d- (By Assossociated Press)
ed at the Over Sea Hotel. passenger list of the ,. 8. President PARIS, June ,.--Premier Painleve Douglas, negro, was ths moJune 9.-Wni
SUpon the arrival of Mr. Krleghoff Garfield; of the Dollar Steamship departed this afternoon for Morocco' found guilty of first hisree murdering
S T TR ASaturday afternoon the couple went Line, from Charl" J. Curry of Key where he will investigate the situa- withou nd guilty of first degree murder
to the First Methodist church where West, who with Mr. Crry and their tion resulting from Abdul El Krim' in connection with the death on lt
ATU1 Ethe ceremony was performed by the son Charles J.Cry, Jr., is making Riffian invasion of the French n connection with the delly, a Jackson last
TARPON SPRINGSMAN ALLEG v. L. Munro, pastor, of that a trip on thi vessel. The Curry zone. Labor Day o W. J. Kelly, a Jackson-
T SPRINGS MAN ALLEG church, family went to Los Angeles to at- vile policeman.
ED TOHAVE MADE CRIMIN. Mr. and Mrs. rleghoff left Mon end the annual convention o the SCOTTISH RITE MASONS
i AL ASSAULT ON GIRL Iday morning for Havana where they Ancient' Arabic Order of Nobles M
(By Associated Press) will make their future home. of the MystioShrine. Regular communication of Palm AMUSEMENTS
CLEARWATER, Fla., June 9.-- In an accompanying letter Mr. Lodge of Perfection Wednesday
George Pealer, Tarpon Springs, BUSY DUCKS Curry says that they have enjoyed evening at 8:00 o'c:ock. All mem- MONROE THEATER
Florida, went on trial In the Pinellas the trip very much and that there i. bers are requested to be present. TODAY-"The Devil's Cargo"
County Criminal Court today, charge. ROCKFORD, ill., June 9.-Three something doing in the way of on. By order of the V. M. Comedy "Should Landlords Live?"
ed with criminal assault on a girt In ducks owned by Thomas Ehlera each tertainment on board the ship every C. .. GARING, TOtMORRQW-"One Way Street'
Tarpon Springs laid 28 eggs in 18 days. moment of the time;. une .9-t. Secretary. Pace Makers No. 2.
Mh.-*S. ... .*_L
L.. 1'. AltVIVIAN. 11'r.'sient.
I ISA .1. MOON5, Il*1,l%lie'.,4Maiiiasur
antereil att' i'y Nvvt, tF itrioa, is s cI' ail .'
Seuti'&,-r t 1it OwAmpsoS'IstrillPrewi
The Asi~oeitatcit Pres4Is li ixiIiis1vlvty intitait( .
repuhtlieat ianioftill i dispatcapnahes i-r..itii.ti
niot ttl.'rani'ri'it lo tIntthIis iipt-r .iwIal.-
One Ytar .... $ 7. 0(1
Rix Moraths .'.a
Three .Iraohs .1.76i
One Month .1"(
We v ')y ......i
Ca rds iI. l I titjik a Ia-: -I-!IIt j - ,f 1t, l 1 111 1 1;1 1
notices u (1.tla' Iiala ila111'si whichth '. pala ', i
a 171i0[lt ir if ic 's, %,mi I, a a a: ia),'rail .,
cent ait in..
Not'li it i, .1 1,if la' I: al 'I t l I I, l aI IaIi a
tatn I IaIc 114 v(II ifa k,,i I I aa It ( I IItIa o a' ha ";a I. I '(1,. w ilt
be charp.a'd IIfi t taaa i iil a' 5 aittsit if
Of Public Imsita's,;,fal a 1:;i 4 ]-111ala .a j.: al4 i 'a
but It will nota t lalatsi' ahl iaas ''ia.alhiiiiwi'
:"IMPROVEMENTrS ADVOCATED Eii'.TZZvIz-4
1, 17,'pt~r arnd Eeversi-e
4. S\(zdt milr
71 (1. !thr _rc~i ~
.h .,'s it i SilU '
JI ,\ "r dnly ;t a;i l i l. .
,' ae :.. :a i .y '. .1 t l'.. 'ia "i .a..a i e tie purse it is
Dlna ny a man is pi.ua s ,I,(i.Aughi tu
A man's head isn't at.i'io v. ateri
he floats a debt.
'. al profesa.use
.-ii- ly because
Unrequitted love-the fang that tears deepest
in the human heart.
Failures are often our greatest helps.
veal the weak spots.
There are bit few wh .-' a t experts at weep.
irg when found iaut.
A rran may a wn a lilac he rn y owr a hovel
and thlen have no ho-.t
Dcrnad that the hui;,an race is descended from
monkeys, in spite of the cont:.-?.t display of family
Claimed the spirit of our holidays would be bet-
ter observed if they were not celebrated by quite sc
Eu.ines wvold said to nee ci;-t.ir.ed men. The
married men of Kcy West, antywa.y, iavec been trained
by their wives.
Wedding bells rinlgnig m niry, wv.hile T.h cru-ty
old bachelor wonders if the 1iii :' I .!! .i i e equat-
ly pro pv't and joyous.
People are urged to scudy a''>, .as.i:,..io'., Many
have a((n studying it f1', sot :,- .' :, .- .:.. ways to
avoid cc ciplying with its p'v,.,, a ,
Kno ;' in autom obile a .;'i..'- :, '. :, ,
bearings, while knocks on the 'hoi.ac .town:
quently due to looe sense of I(ablac d iuty.
. a I. .
While Cal Coolidge is tr ing to save a dollar
deovw' at Washington, the politician are thinking up
ways to spend ten when (Congre-s ticets again.
If the boys of Key West ec, rec telU;re(l on July
Fourth to go out (.n soime back l, ha.:'d s end off fire.
works, Ji day:, lh- terribly they 1.0oa,ld think they
Al.,-:-,i of shcu.as and c .' .- "ho come back
at C .ia"- ; ..te c, c l'c t.' .': 'ea.t a dt ( 'anr'atic con-
Some have been very successful, and are not
averse to telling about it. They can I:e pardoned for
pride, yet -onie who have not made mu:h money but
have given themselves to the srf".,i- If humanity,
have haid a higher type of success..
3u.ard luk lhas scented to fOll.;w n:.me, and it is
often with ii.tner bitterness thct they greet comrades
who have clhinbed high. Some who were foremost
before graduation, have little to Itca,t Af now. The(.
had those gifts of easy popularM'l. that make .f:.!
prominence in .-eh'a,,, but perliaj,, lai. ad the grit L-nd
.'aia r/natioln 'whien' ;.re needed in the weld. Thuc'
experience is a great sifter of hearts, and the first
are often last and the last are first.
T .' ADVISING THE GRADUATES
Tht: young people who art leaving the schools
and colleges have not so far complained because no
one was giving them any advice. Their teachers, the
ministers, the newspapers, and various authorities, all
unite in offering counsel,
To which some of them may remark that the
courses they have studied con^4t very largely of ad.
vice, and they would like to,;be free of the same for
However, considering the 'adical change of oc-
cula;tion that will come to them, at least to tiuse
\v.hl have finished their studies, perhaps they will not
'be too impatient of' .uch suggcAstion.,
One'thoiught. that they should have foremo-at in
the:r minds, is that they should not feel that their
cdi nti.n i.-: finished It has ioniy begun. It is now
Lii ul them l to attend the t .ahoeCl o' et:pericnce,
which will tt.wach les.-sonia that noi text-l>boo,; can imn-
pi.l. \Vi;.rn tl'hte :st(p tryl.'iin to leap the les:aons of
'alt .,.a ,, t':(y stl a'l'i a,; .'O :i .
VW'hat appears tto lie a constructive effort in be.
hilf of a'.ty for children :;, being made by the
Chiitago health department; in fact, it lis.rlaimed in a
recent bulletin that fatalities amioni s.'chool children
zI'r(ia a('cidents have bcLee; redtuc(d 40 iper cent under
thie sy.sterlm now in effect.
Amion, the nieans emnplcyed are the followfiug:
'i'lcia;rlg children to lbe careful, postdin(' f warning
and Sat'ty signs along streets and highways, estab-
lishment of additional playgrounds and play .streets.
I1: the play street the thoroughfare is barricaded dr.r-
in"ag certaiii hIurs of the day, 1o that traffic may not
,' .:-; t ugh lportiin:,' ao : ct aij:art.
A al:hoil lboy patrol force, numbering 1110more than
:t,006, h a Ibeeln organized for the purpose of instruct-
ai;. ;ma;llher children in safety precautions and aiding
in the enfoIrcement of traffic regulations.
Adoption of similar measures might be extended
to slrl-ic" cities and towns with beneficial results
ian certainly any plan which may be the means of
reducing the frightful det,th toll from tautomiobiies
i.: worth trying.,
STONE MOUNTAIN COIN
Great satisfaction is being expressed throughout
the south over the unanimous action of the last con.
gress in authorizing a special coinage of halt dollars
in aid of the Stone Mountain Memorial project.
These coins will be sold throughout the country
as souvenirs at one dollar each, the profitss to be de.
voted to the cnrving of the memorial "'.
federate leaders on the face of Sto' r
A-oan'ig lt.ie recent* .dit.oi; tl ex,.
ing this act-or. of e( ngress, the followNing v'v l.:
"The paiisageof;the act, nauhorizing jft.t1A4\. of
the Stone Mountatn Memorial coin' represents the
highest note struck in the new union. It is not only
an expression of the country's confidence in the
south, but of a loftiness of soul and patriotism,
north and west, which argues well for closer bonds
of friendship and for permanent peace."
As a prominent southerner has said, "the sol-
diers of Grant divided their rations with the starving
veteranss of Lee at Appomattox, but never before has
the victor divided his wreath with the vanquished."
EXPENDITURE FOR CHARITY
Recent fig-urcs show that the city of New York
is spending annually in charity the vast sum of '$70,-
000,000. These figures, as printed in the niagatin:
"Bette_ Times", take account only of the orpa.niza.
tions whose purpose is primarily philanthropic. and
d. not include the great gift.s for charity diseansed
by churches, fraternal societies, and endowed lound.
utions. Also vast amounts must be given by ,rivate
dividuals which are not included.
Such figures show the generosity with which the
American people are pouring out money in behalf of
those who have had ill fortune. They disprove the
s-tatement that as a whole our people are cold and
heartless. They also suggest what an enormous
,mount of suffering there is. There is much distress
that never gets relief. There are many who are too
proud to tell of their troubles, and enormous cases
are overlooked, particularly in the thronging popu-
lations of great cities.
The proportionate expense for charity would not
.:ma;e t, beL. lo great in a community like Key West,
because conditions in a great center of population
are particularly hard on the poor. Rents and various
costs are higher than in smaller places, while income
what it offers lshOfe drAC
"'With the firct six months of ac
Sapa etI t end store butldinqs, a
[8sirain building, a 25,Q00 qitll'
uO I fat t gg jwbw ginq
Lmena that l htethissummer .n
Apartimenn at Fullord B.jtheoSSoa '
come to e new citi., .
does not commonly run much bigger.
Figures like the above are a sharp warning to a
multitude of people, not to crowd into the big cities
unless they know what they are going o do there,
and are sure they can make good.
The people wvho cheerfully spend tneir income
a:c(h we.e:, and trust that sonme(how they will get
h s i i future, must make a large part of the great.
.'g'reg.te f(or whom these millions have had to be
:ixpt'naded. ,Iisflitune andl unexpected reverses will
atctr, and the t(ly syway to guv-d against them is to
S."< f ,' a ra:ny day whl- time are good.
Formerly our national mrtto was "In God we
trust", but now it seems to be "Let George do it".
U(ESDAY, JUNE 9,1925
TIM U Kgl t EW CHUWU
AW y.t ,,,...
v al s s 'al step
aptepnt just passed it boasts already of Isshome, thA
t uiles building, a modern power house, an admini..
)'vir, and a C4so. 40
t.h. in Iha l.,esio this season ~itre te annou4
Otn will begiq ot the 38,000,0OO .00 eighteen story Hotel'
phat automobile racing sanctioned b1 the A. A. A. has
fl qatdens, its "indoor recreational advantage such as
d its proximity to the Ocean and the fine~ 18. ole qolf.
irtakinqs which characterize Fulford Bqi-the-Sea.
which, milton, Hearne, DePalo, Wonderlich aiid d- '
fe for the Carl Q. Fisher Trophyi means more to the'
[qht to this section in recent years. ,
>aD to miami and mliami Beach is qaiuing national je.
:t wilt benefit from thecs accomplishments to a surprised
reap the greatest profit to be tak un in this district in'
Sea. .... .
j ...~ J
nercironui, unu, uy regulating the Stomnach and Bowels, aMIf
assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep.
To avoid imitations, always look for the signature of
AbsolutHly Harmless No Onats'_. Physicians everywhere recoamwol IL
:; FOR REAL E.3TATE AND RENTALS 5-lE THE r
2 KEY WEST INVESTMENT CO. 5
* 124 DUVAL STREET 'PHONE No. 683-W. *
* WM. CATES, Mgr.
S ..... .***************************. ** *********************
: GULF KEYS REALTY COMPANY, INC. I
B 534 FLEMING STREET PHONE 37 ,
KEY WEST, FLORIDP
ACREAGE AND CITY PROPERTY
If you have any property, on the keys, or in the city, we ca *
sell It for you. Let us have your listings.
REFERENCES& FIRST NATIONAL BANK AND CHAMBER
1781--George Stephenson, the in-. be w ** A
vector of the locomotive, born near *admnt that the
Newcastle, England. Died Aug. 12, S.S.S.are really
1848. Ml ANY people ima
z v -ema or totter n
1825-Richard D. Blackmore, the external application on
English author who wrote the famous order to get relief.
novel, "Lorna Doone," born. Died olaendietn to h
Jan. 20, 1900. ing and itching whi i
this disease. -y a
1859 --- Admiral Sir Doveton permanent relief will
Sturdee, who commanded the British thoroughly cleansed.
squadron in the battle of Falkland We know there is
Islands, horn. Died May 7, 192b. stops eczema and
rnillionl You can
1870- Charles Dickens, one of the blood-cells to the p fi
ireaosk of novelists, died at G rd's practically impossib,
of novelists, died at Gad'sexist. We know that .'
[Kill. Born at Portsmouth, England, crease in number,
Feb. 7, IS12, vanish! We also
follows day. Both
have you, eczem ear
1872- ( )manche Indians mas- actually taken adm
I.,iered the Lee family of seven per. erful fact? Th
nsons, near Fort Griffin, Texas. jave never thoe
Su. inns, eczema,,
. .. ( 'ing tort
1875-' Tnh Sultan of Zanzibuar- ''r, 1' rihb
rived in i1'ngland as a guest of the 1 6. w ,h
Goverunud,, .,.i! r ,,ug. in! B
1S9 J----.- rich go'd strike Wa., '.s :. rwn Ly the I t ,
made in lDuth Tom Gulkh, \WVurn- 'i t
ing, I houide1 Lutd- l 'UsC
SIdy stren',gihencrs known VU4 s *
1923-A violent eruption of a...* Whep you put thes fac.es vt.
Mount Vesuvius was reported. ,-et'ir,-then to continue have.'fe,
Sa a:.id !khi erul,tions oeol, n'esM
19)2.1-In a case to test the rght me a Fin than a disease. S.S.S.taw-
oins only vegetabLie medirkinil io
of physicians to prescrbe malt -ts. c caue S.S. r
liquors as mqdicdino, the Supreme dI .id-blood-cells, it routs cc'erila, c'Vbra
Court denied that beer is necessary 'iV, r',in, builds firm flesh, 1iDs owt
,hdl!^w chcl-'s, and ll.v(g y.z stc
to combat certain diseases. re up cnd going ap.pcnr::i',
8. s. s(.ld art a I ud-4 Arow
AA. ttores in tvwo Bsirs, Ttc la-. trai. o
CATARRH l oreeconom icl.
Catarrh In a. Local disease greatly in- S r Ld''
fluenced by Constitutlonal conditions. S orldto .
HAIL'S CATARRH MEDICINE con-
sists of an Ointment which gives Quick O
Relief by local application, and the S
Internal MedicinO a Tonic, which acts
through the Blood on the Mucous Sur-
faces and assists in rlddhig your ystem BABY DROWNS IN BCI
I Fo0li hy druggists for over 40 Years,
l. J. Cheonsy & Co.. TrcIado. 0. --
I- ____KEOKUK, Ia., Jure 9.- ?,l-)*-i. 1bc-
ert Melcher's baby roled off ftt
,TOKYO PLANS TO SELL I ,pch of a l armhousb into a fr.fl.
GOOD MEALS AT COST of rain water and dro.-ned.
(By Associated Press) FOLEY PILLS REAC HlED T ~Ml
TOKYO, June 9.-The Social Af- SORE SPOT
falirs Bureau of the Tokyo munici- Ellen ehard, oth
pality is planning the constructionPa.,writes: "I had been sffesln
of 16 public eating houses in differ-.
.....l with my kidneys and nothing Wi .
t parts of the city. Each unilding to touc hing pot
will cost about 50,000 yen. These p oured FOLEY PILLS, wpth wa
dining halls, when completed, will be erful results." FOLEY PULf.
under the direct control Ao the bu- diuretic stimulant for the d "
.reftu, I 'ently and thoroughly fIua ,-r
The meals served will be extremely cleanse the kidneys and help to d "s
simple, but well-cooked, and will be minate poisonous waste matter. r
offered at cost price. The bureau has a bottle today and yt-A wjlf e v e -
been operating a number of these' ple-sed with the relief o'btalvts ',
dining rooms successfully, the pa- use of FOLEY PILLS increaw lf '
tronst being mostly office h lp.('Tv3 ney activity. The Key Wes tknm! '
and workiefl. ,' Co. Tv S
My OTH ER:-lf
Wecially prepared o we-
lieve Infants in am
and Children aR s g
of Constipation, Kt-
lency, Wind Colic and Diarrhea; allaying Feverishness i
h f uusaxi. c- e co_ ia es, ad
r ___~I I I
ill *"~ &
e4d. k. a ii.' &
KnUne 0.-Higher prices
id crops, livestock and
i the wealth of Ca-
m t 42,782,000 in 1924
r year's total, and
ral wealth amoun-
000 last year, com-
i ,475,000 In 1923,
nations of the Do.
revenue to Can-
year, it is shown,
This was a gain
r the 1923 total.
MARKED uoKE OF
RUTLAND'S RITES *
(By Associated Press) *
BELVOIR, Eng., June 9.-A farm
dray drawn by four gray horses
served as a hearse and gave an air
of real rural impressiveness to the *
funeral recently of the Duke of Rut- *
land at Belvoir Castle. The casket *
Avas covered with the duke's own .
flag as lord lieutenant of the country
.together with his cocked hat and *
Country workers from his estates *
walked in a procession to the chapel *'
and to the mausoleum where e!"
body was placed, w re ,
Field cr 'at $995,236,000-
constitute st item in the SENDS PREMIER TO
reurn, fo y products at MI
2'.4,0001p MINNEAPOLIS IN JUNE
MICI E RMINED MINNEAPOLIS, June 9.-One *
I lB ER.INED Lut dried years ago the ,orwegian'*
TO CU K DRIVERS sloop Resta rationen landed 53 eml- *
grunts from Norway at the harbor *
( ated Press) of New YorA(, the first organized e*
LANSIf h., June 9,-A new colony to reach this country from' *
and lrasti "!dunke1n driver" law the land of the NIdnight sun. al *
is now !n e Cet in M'ichigan. It was Comminemorating that event Norse- *
enacted by the 1925 legislature at Americans will stage a four-day cele-!*
the urge of &w enforcement officials ration at the Minnesota state fair1*
and dry organizationn., grounds here June 6 to 9, with Presi. *
Based upon the theory thjpt the dent Coolidge and Mrs. Coolidge
only effective way of curbing traf. heading the list of distinguished
fi( accidets and casualties at- visitors. J *
1ribulable to drunken driving is tq Befoxe the main gra tand Presl-I .
keep intoxicated motorist off the lient Coolidge spoke today at 2 p. 0
hi~h,,ays, it provides for the In- IV 1.lifie carrying )is-
m sandatury suspension of drivers' voice t itds iu other -
licenses, A first offender, upon con- ilgs on1 grounds.
eviction, must surrender his driver's The presidential party will I-.
license for at least: three months. elude F'rank B. Kellogg, secretary of
In addition the court may sentence stute, at whose St. Paul home the
him to pay a fine of from $50 to President and Mrs. Coolidge will be w
$100 and to not more than 90 days' uests while here. .
imprisonment. For a second or Fromn Norway will come two offi- n
subsequent offense the driver's cilas of the Norwegian government, W,
license is automatically suspended Prime Minister J, L. Mowinckel to (,
for at least a year. The additional iepre en e cabinet Storthn, tovan
a a n o m I Lykke, president of the Storthing, to
naie are a of not more present that parliament. H.
than $500, or not more than one lr... N ,walon m.in.iserat. f W H.5,
Sortal lot. 01T.170 I
rt ent of rthe Interior, I',. rlaid
Jun autl(lalnesv'lle, F'la.
WEAI"KER CONDITIONS Juneo 1iS.
Sis hereby given that WVil.
1 1. *' allt*a '. thy, ?" of Icey West, Florida,
Whie d slight n 22, t22, made omestea
nWhile nd slight anntr 017B70, for Lot 8, Svetion!
fall in B taken h rian hs nlied oti f in-
I nake hroee'y t Proof, to!
place l O lm to the .lg;1 above de.
ir 11 ':'r hrbbe ore C esit Circult Court, at
Valley la ey West, lorl a, on the 23rd dany of
States, the alm niant names as witnesses:
,DL Hall of Key West, Florhd1,
unseasonably I rt Skinner, of Key West, Plor-1
tempera, Ira 'y, of Key West, Florid .
... John C 1Pbell, of Key West, T or-
norhern d OO IdROa.
Atlantie 8s J a S-t i0t Reiter.
about season' t the
southern half ntry o'v MATI AR'tS T,31RTMUPW T, WAUH.
cast of the Roe mountain NGTON, D, C 4 Jne, 1925, 8EALWD
a PROPOSALS, in duplicate, will be re-
latou ceived in this office until llo00 A, M,,
ilt_ .u. .. L .' 14 June, 1925, and then be pulirly
Within the last 1 opened for furnishing the Marine
there were showers l corps Ie during the fiscal year be.
mere were showers ,g*iflnnlp' 1 Jtuly, 19gi, at Boston, Mass.,
Cotton Bolt and in, th jo Hliiglamt, Mdss.,'NeW London, Conn.,
..... Belt a ndin, U Ne w York, N. Y,, Annapolis. Md..
Valley, with heavy rain 5as-' Yorktown, Vit., y West, Fla., Penna-
.ollows . 4Atlat~, oAtola, Fla., New Orleans, La., San Fran-
ollows: Atlanta,' .32 *.'elco, allf., Puget Sound, Wash., and
New Orleans. 1.. 80 inch. tn '-, luantalln', Blay. Cuba.' Proposal
Corpus Christi, Texa t", tainted upon appllcaltdn to this of.
." la jal thie ,epot Quarterhmster. Mtarlin
cheos, 3, Annie St., S Fan ranielion
if., and th" Ooinnmiantlng Officer or
Pressure is low ovV rthit Qip t'irmaster;' Mirln Bliar-
Lakes, and highest off thi. scs a t tthe atiouns named. ''tis of
coa f Florid nd o reotii-v therge rIght .to reject -itV
coast of Florida and ovcr' 6 alla d i ol r parts there. intf .to
northro.., Rocky Mo hive l"1nrr miitles theteIn. oldns frnni
g1yutar dont-rm only will he'onsider.
States. There are evidence r',I I '.1. entlt tem serigai.ler ,len.
a slight disturbance of rat T Qua rteraser. Jut-%e
southeast coast of Texas. OP-'-' '-'---- ,
Moderate southeasterly '"l A1p" in
will prevail over the Fl loa t itrn iC (aunrt, 'TwentlhSh Jiuiranl
Keys tonight and W,ednesday., ~ f i onroe U n. state of
H-. B BOYER 1 NOTIsR iT HERInT-1 CItV10 N. That
H, B. .......' llWillllam A. Carey. purchaser of Ta
OffA.lal in charge, Certificate No. 234. dated the 4tot ,
S of Sept. A. D. 1916, has nIed saidcer..
S. t.fleto In in my offleo, fAnd has mlade
e a a a a a e a '.'@0 uItplIpatfon for-tax deed to Isstu av-
Sordanre with law. Said certificate
*MB rJL ...' .' *,.*, *! '*nl'races the following, desdcrliobd
vK,^i-:- '" F .l,_raoperty, situated in Monroe County,
Stift .ra # lor.da to wit- "
LNOTICE ot 8, Square 7, Tract 21, as record
r NO IC 5iA. .d I, Rook Y, page 133, Monroe Coun-
June 5, 1925. ',. The said landt being ass'a4a at tlje
S .. late of the Isuianceo of said certl,92ate
4fter this date Ft T. Montigomery l,, tthe name uf. L. L.egft. tesas
... .. n .. rn,,- said certificate shall be redeemed ac-
Ill not be connected with 1 cording to law, tax deed will Issue
nd he was not transacti tltI~ m t n*..o. n the Oth daty of July A. D,
ess for us on recent triptAo Ke (.1si -.) . FILR.
,-. ; Clerk Circuit Court. Monroe County,
West. Florlida, Ju9-16-23-30; Julo 7
Signed) JEPTHA HARRIS, ..
28 S. E. 1st Ave., Miami, Florida. DR. WM. P. KEMP, DENTAL
june8-t SURGEON, 617 FLEMING STREET,
CAMPBELL BLDG., PHONE 389.
Wholesale Groer .sad
Ce' mmhisio Merc-aA
S #OTIct 1 r' TLICATI9N FOR TAX
a tott 'Dict o. "DId"
tn CircuitC ('ourt, Twetieth Judletal
Circuit Monroe Cotiity, tite of
NOTlC13 IH FI1331BY (ClVJTN. That
Harry L. Knooles, purchaser of Tax
Certificate No, 179, dated the 6th day
of July A. I1. 1914, hus-flied -ald eortl-
feate In my. dIfice, and has made -
plicatoin for tax deed to Issue arcc rt-
ance with law, aid certificate em-
bractic thie following described prop-
orty, situated In 2ionrou County, Flor-
Idte, to wit-
Lot 3, Sec. I I, Twp. 62, Range 27.
ti a ctaiilnaR 89.43 acrts.
'The said land belng assessed at tho
date of the issuance of said certificate
ilt the nanre of Untknown. Unless said
co'tiflcate shall be rederemed agcord-
ing to law, tax dec. will Issue there-
on otn the' th day of July A. D. 192 .
on .t,) 1. Z. FILER,
Clrk Ci tcult Court, Monroe County
PFlorlda. Ju9D-16-23-30; July7
***oeOeeeeooo*********oe ea****** e e ee ooe*********** *
JOHN LOWE, JR., SONS
DEALERS IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE
RETAIL DEALERS IN
Lumber, Shingles and Lathps,Walter's Galvanized 1
Shingles, Alpha Portland Cement, Congo Rubber
Roofing, Keystone Galvanized Nails and Carey's
t* H. B. DAVIS 100 PER CENT PAINT AND OILS
*'es *eseaae ee'e'eke~e~at oeveseape.e0e0eeeoseeeaee
'Key West. Clln us and we will
be pleased to show you some quigk..
* money makers.,.
List your property with us for
: quick and satisfactory returns /
year's imprisonment, or both ingto, will be the personal repr. FURNITURE RENOVAT ......**************...*** .
I.entative of KMpg Haakon. --mm n u mm"
LUMBER BUSINESS ntatUpholserofeanad R t.inish BEST WHT KID
TOBE S~ 115 5(1 ,qMattresses Mad*. Oyeu. C '
S TO BE DISCUSSED Two baby rabbits, whose mother MirrorsR a POLISH covered
S"" ---I,. wus killed by a dog, are being rals- W. R. G A. RING --AT- I Stad ard .R at Co I
".JACKSONVILLE, Fla., June 9.- ed by a cat at Rockyford, polo. 809 William St. 'Phone S3 r. K. SHOE R, S.IOP .
Discussion of the lumber condition uval St. .. o P o .
w'th'n the state will be held at th e618 Fl,****em**************************************** Ar. Leather E Flemng St. Pon 6
*.enera! meeting of the Florida L '.. r -" .
.jen, L.one Leaf Pine Manu. 00*****************************0.**.*********.t** 0 *0 i .',*
fabcters Ahsodeltion in Lthis e, t An Acreage SpTecialist *' -- S
P, has bWen announced here by the, 9 ********* *****************************************************.
Sirn:tte ;ir charge. Leading me.ain- Sell Your -"""'" 0 0 sees..se* o es*ee* "*00.'""""' ""***.9. .
tr, of the business in the stuter '
ill address the.oineeting, It was :
stated, atie a complete review of the
various departlit ats of the work A 0W 0 l =
The association ha.I adopted a :1
slopWan for the purpose of advertts- : : ..
inp; the Florida pine and expect to T : w *
bmnadcast it throughout the country, : Send tMe Legal description, Price : ** .
the announcement says. The slogan a .. EX. CL S V LI o -T2
ora Dnse Lg Laf :or And Terms For Quick Sale EXCLUSIVE LISTINGS
A campaign to educate the people **
of the state to the advantages of : 1 0 0* **
lhonc lumber products is now being :: SOuth Street, Faci ,Casa S
planned by the association. The Ho1. J. IAYLOR :: .
tieeting is open to the public, and oIVl 1ar a---5x 0 (
the officials state that it will be of 206 Republic Building
intoercit to all who are In any way p Building
Interested in lumber as one of the : MIAMI' FLORIDA
products of Florida. MAYI1 FLOI DkA e; : : T *
--- .. lo. Two Lots on Washington St.
SENSITIVE HUSBAND SUICIDES -*11* t W St.
HORNSEY, Eng., June 9.-Be- H e 486x93.
cause his wife rebuked him for scold- H ave buyers WaSting
ing their th:ld Robert Batsll went : :*---*
into hs bedroom and killed himself. ******************************* *
S.............. .... ..... ......... :. W ashington St. 48.6x93.6
....................... ............. o........ ..... o.............. ............. ..
Sf 1 Listings Wanted---Both City '
01'3 iayS Jly and Key Property
.1 Lot 5, Block 5, Tract 7, Pine St. : "
164 ACRES ON BOCA CHICA, BEACH MRONT, FACING OVER.-SA HIGHWAY., $:2 ,2 00 "
..0 $2,200.00 Terms :|
40 ACRES ON NO NAME KEY, 2,400 FEET WATER FRONT. :: --
,,, We also have a number of good buys in
.............. .:: Key West and on the Florida Keys. They I
.:" are exclusive listings.
FOR INFORMATION CALL OR SEE t l' /
oG:M Z & GAR IA 2ngSt* Key West, Fla.
GO EZ&.GARCIA :got I emmg PHONE,7:8
PHONE 202 719 DUVAL ST. :S ,
$11 PRONT STREET
P. O. BOX 13 KsY WEST. FLA,
BEARUP'S DRY CLEANING
WORKS, 614 MARGARET STREET,
PHONIC 187. CLEANING, PRESS
ING AND PLEATING.-Adv.