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Publication Date: March 13, 1923
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Y WTESSTEESS
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS


CITIZEN


VOLUME XLIX. No 112. KEY WEST, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, MARCH 13, 1923. PRICE FIVE CENT


INTERNATIONAL RACE


IS AGAIN DELAYED;


MARCH 24 NEW DATE


ROUGH WEATHER AND DAMAGE TO TWO EN-
TRIES, NECESSITATING REPAIRS HERE, RE.-
SPONSIBLE FOR DELAY---GAR WOOD TAKES!
MOVING PICTURES

The international cruiser race which got off to a ,0
bad start from Fisher's dock at Miami Beach yesterday,.
was called off again yesterday. Arrangements are now
being made for a race from Miami Beach to this city
Saturday, March 24. Leaving Key West the same day
for 'Havana.
Rough weather and damage to two of the entries is
given as the cause of the postponement.
The cruisers which started the race at Miami were:
Gar Junior II: Shadow VI: Altonia II; Mate-O'Mine and


CREEVY-KEENAN


EXECUTED


TODAY

(By Associated Press)
DUBLIN, March 13.-


Michael Creevy


Henry


and


Keenan, repub-


licans, were executed here
today.
Creevy and Keenan
were arrested after a raid
on a bank at the Old
Castle recently. Later the
two were convicted on
charges of possessing
arms and being in pos-
session of a large sum of
stolen cash.
Creevy was leader of


French General Threatens


Recklinghausen Reprisal


WEST SUFFERS IN
SEVERE SNOW STORM
CHICAGO, Mar. 13.-A snow
and sleet storm swept the Middle
West early yesterday blowing
down telegraph lines, flooding
cellars of homes, hampering
transportation, and causing in-
juries to a number of persons.
Ten persons were hurt in Chi-
cago and damage estimated at
thousands of dollars was done.
Heavy property damage was
done in the vicinity of Terre
Haute, Ind.
Many telegraphic poles are
torn down and the wreckage put
several large establishments out
of business. The Wabash rover
registered a rise.
Telegraph wire communication
west of Chicago was badly crip-
pled. In numerous parts of the
West the sleet storm turned into
rain during the day.


the Marinett.. theirregulars.
The Shadow VI, owned by Maurice Heckler, was CORK-DUBLIN MEN
forced to turn about for Miami when the glass bottom CO KauLI MEN
SRECRUI
of the cruiser cracked while the boat was off Fowery A IT ATI
Rocks. PAY WITH DrATH
When off Carysfort Lighthouse, .- - AT WI
the lack of fuel caused Mate-OMne ......
.to-,urn back for Miami. The Mari- FREE STATE AUTHORITIES
nette also turned around and head-E SUPREME PENATY FORMER KEY
ed for Miami at this point when herPOSE SUPREME PEN Y FORMER KEY
steering wheel was damaged PN IC-TJ E T
The Gar Junior II and the Altonia The oow_ re r- of weather PICT E T
II continued on to Key Webt, when The following report weather PARTMENT
off American Shoals at 12:80 o'clock conitns and temperatures was is- ARTMNT
the Gar Junior slowed down t sued today by the United States (By Associated Press)i' ACTION"
await the arrival of the Altonia i Weather Bureau Station in Key CORK, March 18.-W.lliam early y
which at i that time was about one West. It covers thae weather taken was executed here this moral by
wrhichat tha timee was about one y m ay' n WILLIAMS1
quarter mile in the rear. j at 8 a. m. toay and reports the I Jre Sat..eP
S- ......ons ...ta.ion .ws n held an""e- ~ tt -ra t" ,a night, It re Sta.te thorltelk.* Co gaW kagh K
H~-S ealy was sirrested wh pa-it
ft was decided to put intq Key West I taon T ealy was ted whl p thigh e
rather than continue the race in the Abilene (clear).. ................... ... 34session of arms during a recent at- films entitled
high seas which were running. Atlanta (raining) ...................... 0 tack on a house in Blarney street. which were sho
The Shadow VI which returned Boston (cloudy) ........ ....... 80 fore a large au
to Miami left that city for the second Buffalo (cloudy) ......................... 28 O'ROURKE EXECUTED Mrs. Taylor,
time yesterday afternoon at 1:80 Charleston (pt. cloudy) .............. 64 DUBLIN, March S.-J s a nd Mrs Clayt
and after extensive repairs to her, Chicago (snowing) ..... .... 26 'Rourke was executed this morn. balconis withe
bottom, she arrived here at 7 Corpus Christi (clear) ................ 6 ing after his conviction for taking friends as the
o'clock last night. i Dodge City (clear) ..................... 20 part in an attack on National army At 8 o'clock
The boats received a very hard Galveston (clear) ........................ 56 troops in a Dublin hotel last night, Spicer whichgave
shaking up in the high sea and Hatteras (cloudy) . ...... 62' Spler which
strong winds, and the owners deci- Huron (snowing) ........................ 16 ORDERS IRISH ROUNDUP war picture.
ded to put into Key West. Jacksonville (cloudy) ..................08 war pi es, t
The Altonia II and the Shadow KEY WEST (clear) .................. 7 LIVERPOOL, March 13.-Acting ing the htin
VI returned to Miami this after. Louisville (clear) ................. 40on instructions from the home of- idterest4i.
'noon. The Gar Junior remained at' Miami (pt. cloudy)..... ........... 74 fice and in' pursuance of a concert- Follo sg the
this port and will be joined this af- New Orleans (cloudy).... ..... 58 ed plan, there was a big roundup of the gue of
ternoon by Mrs. Wood and her; New York (cloudy) .6 Irishmen and Irishwomen in dif- Taylor spent tl
party, who are now visiting in H- Louis (t eoudy) .......... forent parts of the country, mainly --
'vana. \tampa (pt. cloudy) ..............in London, Manchester and Liver- WIDOW'
Moving pictures of the Gar Junior ahinton (rainlouindy) .................... pool Saturday night and today.
and the Shadow VI were taken off Williston (clear) ...... More than 100 of those apprehended CARDIFF, M
Key West this morning. Excellent ......... ........... were transferred to a British cruiser a ian's body v
views of the Altonia were secured here and sent away supposedly to Mrs. Mary He
(by the photographer from the deck | IN ANA SENATOR Ireland. and identified
of the Gar Junior during the trip, NIA S ------ band. 4,
down from MiamL. CALL EMPEROR "HANK"
Arrangements are also complete VISITS KEY WEST -
ior the arulsers to start from EY WEST PEKIN, Mar. 18.-The boy Em- I
Moiami Beach Saturday, March 24, ....... peror of China has been nicknamed LEICESTER
for a race to Key West. Here the ; "Hank" by court attaches educated gas collector in
-eruisers will reassemble and start SENATOR AND MRS. JAMES E. !in America because he has adopted was tarred and
on the same day for Havana. It is WATSON STOP HERE 8N the name Henry: out of admiration !ng at a woman
hoped by the cruiser owners to set for Hen VIII. y her bill.
a world's record this year, and they WAY TO HAVANA ______
are awaiting the arrival of good
weather for the race. I .
On Sunday, March 25th at Ha- James E. Watson, senator fromL OFh (
van% a seventy-five mile race will diana,' and Mrs. Wats6n, arrived in
be run off. Prizes have been offer- the city yesterday afternoon from the 7, n
ed by the people of Havana for the nortl .and after a stay of several
winners in this race. hours in this city sailed %n the
The cruisers are scheduled to Steamer Cuba for Havana, where
leave Havana for Key West on the they will spend several days.
morning of the following Monday. Senator Watson'was appointed U. V(By Assoolated Press)
The winner of this race will be "S. senator to fill the unexpired term n, E E Ma,.- 10__ph Civil J Is tU
awarded the trophy offered by Key (1916-20) of Benjamin F. Shively, ESSEN, Mar. ".- 'he Civil is- tplati e
Wst deceased. iAon of Engineers, headed by F~ ncph art nine
Mr. Wood said today: "If it was He was re-elected United States Inspector General of Mines Coate, ibalon .,q F
not for a race which was scheduled senator upon expiration of that term. who came into the Ruhr district to an ed nbd W,
to be held in Miami Saturoay he His term of office will expire in exact coal repa- t s fro*t i Adus. One -suan
would rather see the race run from 1927. we o' O"ne easan
Key West to Havana and return, Senator Watson It one of the baet trialists, has beg a Mtla tion of hand at this1 m
ihan back to MiamiL** known Republieans n th-country.
On Saturday a race will be held !,3 was ohairmapt of the committee M '
in WMami in which all of the entries 'n resolutlos at the Republican con. l TH I LIZ
S'ention held in Chicago, June, 1990. 4
On his return from Hav h wa
(Continued on Page Eight) -end tome time here est at the
_______, Casa ,Marina__. ._ . .


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'LOR SHOWS

TING FILM

ILUAMSPORT

V WESTER OBTAINS
HRtWGH WAR DE-
ON CLASHESS OF


PORT, Pa., Mar. 18.-
K. Taylor obtained
war dep 1meit someo
"Flashes of Action,"
wn at the Armory be-
dience.
wife of Col. Taylor,
on Spicer occupied the
about one hundred
r guests.
:, Company K, 109th
a drill led by Captain
was followed by the
The films are official
taken in Germany dur-
g and were intensely
e showing of the films
Mrs. Spicer and Mrs.
be evening dancing.
S GRIM TASK
War. 18.-A year after
was buried at Swansea
nry had it exhumed
it as that of her hits-
@:- ,,"
IAN TARRED
, Eng., Mar. 18.--The
n a neighboring village
I feathered for swear-
n who Was unable to
/ D
SINEERS

IN GERMANY



ers escorted by a bat-
ich infantry, it was
seied. the state coke
isternhold.
d tons of coke are on
ine.

SISITORS

OF SUNSHINE


oft island Flowers after hear-
l rda East Copst officials
In B ty report the most sauelas-
Cul iea', in the. company's history.
On al nl|rthbound trains this winter
I't Iaben necessary for officiths to
atth~ebtra coaches and sleepers.
'4i Coast official here today
aid "Thi s season' has far exceeded
10 .*peetations. Thousands have
wo6 and gone hwe' during the year
all have epprused delight In our
ate-.h6ae ashd, maay hate promised
+0 Mktn"


'-I


Says Will Shoot Buer Burgomaster and
Town Officials As Measure Of
Retaliation


CITY REPORTED QUIET AGAIN TODAY

NO IMMEDIATE DANGER OF RENEWAL OF YES-
TERDAY'S VIOLENCE FRENCH AUTHOR.
TIES DEMAND 100,000,000 MARKS PENALTY
FOR, DEATH OF LIEUTENANT COLTIN

(By Associated Press)
ESSEN, March 13.-The German population of
Recklinghausen district have been warned of impending
reprisals by General Laignelot, commanding officer of
this district, it was announced here today.
In the event of any further trouble wherein French
troops are assassinated or ambushed, the burgomaster
of Buer who has been held as a hostage by the French
together with four other town officials, will be shot at
once as a measure of retaliation.
The city is comparatively quiet today in reaction
after yesterday's reprisal. '
* * * * * * * FRENCH DEMAND HUNDRED
MILLION MARK iPBALTY
LADD AND MALONE CLIN tr."LN
GO TO CHARLESTON IRECKLINGHAU ., March 1 S.
*,.. -Two Frenchmen, one an officers
Mayor Frank H. Ladd and and the other a civilian railroad
State Senator William H. Ma- man, were assassinated in the streets
Slone. will leave tonight ,r of the mlnin 'town'oT"Buer, near
Charleston ,8. C., to attend the Recklinghausen.
meeting of the South Atlantic Each body when found had- five
Coastal Highwvay Association, to bullet wounds in it. One of the
be held in that city March 15 victims was Lieutenant Coltin of the
and 16. Chasseurs, and the other M. Joly,
chief of the Buer railroad station.
*," * .t *, . , Discontent among the population of
the Recklinghausen district have
--'----- ---- -- been smoldering for several days.
Today feeling was running high on
WOMEN ESboth sides. The slaying of the
WO Eui N J1URIES Frenchmen is considered the most
serious affair since the occupation
FERM w of the region began.
IN G General Laignelot, commanding
the district, ordered the arrest of
HARD ON SEX the burgomaster of Buer the as-
Ssltant burgomaster, the chief of
police and two other town officials.
--" All of them are being held by the
SINCE WOMEN WERE GRANT. French as hostages.
The French authorities asserted
ED RIGHT TO SIT ON JURY today that a penalty of at least 100,-
000,000 marks would be imposed
'FEMALE CRIMINALS HAVE upon the town of Buer; that all the
HARD TIME cafes, moving picture shpws, and
other public places would be closed
--- and tJat tMe German civilians will
(By Associated Press) not 6 permitted on the streets af-
Ster 7 o'clock in the evening untU the
BERLIN, March 13.-German wo- excitement subsides. No trace has
men, recently accorded the right to been found of the slayers of the
sit on juries in criminal cases, have' two Frenchmen,, r.
shown an inclination to impose even
more severe punishment than, me,.' NAV P AN FIIIHT
particularly in cases where he de- A -InaU
pendants themselves have been o- A
men. AROUND WORLD
"I always feel sorry for a wo-
man defendant," said a Berlin'
Judge commenting on woman's entry MONSTER' DIRIGIBLES NOW UN.
into the jury box, "whgn a majority
of the jury is composed of the fair- DER CONSTRUCTION WILL
er sex. My experience so f r has MAKE TRIP
been that the women htve i
mercy than men, and hold oe -- A cn
verdicts accordingly." YORK, Mar. 8-A conquest
Ever since Germany, became Ir that Includes flights around
public and women gained tht id and to the North and South
to the ballot, the question of is planned by the United States
emitting them to sit on Jurles hu..- .
been 'brought up for discussion from The flIghts Will be attempted with
time to time, there being many op. the navy dirigible ZR-1, a monster
ponents to the advancements of wo. airlship now under construction at
men's right among the public gsen-. I'hiladelphia and Lakehurst, N. J.,
rally and especially in the legal pro. Rear Admiral William Moffett chair.-
feuslon. It was long contended that man of the bureau of naval aero-
women were too tender-hearted to tauttce, declared in a speech through
listen to sordid details of criminal a wireless broadcasting station here.
cases. But the women demurred' to The dirigible, the first of its kind
these contentions, kept up the to be built by the navy, will be comrn- .
struggle for admission as Jurors and, bleted about July 1 and will also be ,
after nearly four years have finally sent on long trips throughout the
wo their point. United States Moffett said, adding
*' ___T -. that a sister '"queen of the air," the
nSS LETTIE SOLOMON zR-. is heing built for the Ameriean
ENTERTAINED IN HONOR ay in Germany.
OF 16TH ANNIVERSARY --. "
Miss Lettie Solomon entertained I AMUSEM ENTSj
at her home on White street last ,
evening in honor of her sixteenth MONPOR THEATRE


birthday anniversary, TODAY-"The Price of "th*
Dancing and games were enjoyed starring Neva Gerber.
by all until a late hour. During 'the TOKORROW-"All the B* 4 hM
opening refreshments were served. Were Valiant." 4


TH,'I








*PAGE TWO


THE KEY WEST CITIZEN

T11I CIITI ZEN I'UBLISHIN(i CO.
I.. 1. ARTMAN, (aneral Mannaer
Eatered at Key Went, Fla., as second 'lonss matter
Member of the Assoelated Prerss
The Associated Pre.ss in exclusively entitlted to use for
republication of all I,'Ws dispatIchfs credited to it or
not otherwls cr r<-,lit, l in this pil' r aid t also the
local news puhlishlid ht'rein,
NIrsm'RIliTION HIATrlS
O n e Y ear .................. ... .......... ... .......... .................. 110.00
S ki M months ........... .... .... .......... ,00
Three Months .. ............... 2.50
W eekly ................................ ..... ....... ..i ........ .20
ADVEnTISING ILATEN
splny, per Inch .................. ......... ........ ............ $ 30
er s brev 'hr, per Inch . . : 0
N otices, nonpareil, per inch ........ .....I..................... 1.00
Cards of thanks, resolutions of respect and obituary
notices, other than thso which th' paper mity give as
a matter of news, will b, char'gi i for at the rate of t
*ents a line.
Notice of church and soihty and all other enter-
tainments from which a rtvehlim' Is to he derivet.d, Will
be charged for at the rate of 5 rents a line.
The Citizen Is an open forum and invites discussion
Of public issues and suhJe.ts 'f local ( r general Inter-
Oet, hnt It will not puiilish anonymous communications ,

Do not let us be indulgent, however.

The number of cares and duties is legion.

And the baseball season will soon be here.

Opportunity is the only knocker worth listening


Income taxes are not the only
days.

Income tax worries, too, will be
March 15th.


problems these


forgotten after


Cheer up. After all, the hope of the world is
the hope of America.

The reason that our problems seem of graver
importance than do those that confronted our fath-
ers, lies in the fact that civilization today is really
more complex and intricate.

Jacksonville has adopted an ordinance seeking
to regulate the sale and possession of small firearms.
It provides that a permit must be obtained from the
chief of police before buying a pistol, bowie knife or
mhnilar weapon. -The dealers must.furnish regular
reports of all such 'arms sold, and again, are not per-
sttMd to0displaj t~se in show windows Quonting on
stfeets or alleys.-Orlando Sentinel.

FLORIDA LOSES A GOOD CITIZEN

(Fort Pierce News-Tribune)
Another man of mark has passed away; a build-
er of Florida has gone. In every section of the state
friends were shocked when the news of the death
of Judge Wi. Hunt Harris, which occurred Tuesday
afternoon at his home in Key West, became known.
Few men in the state were better known or more
generally loved by those who knew him than Hunt
Harris. A gentleman of the old school, genial, clever
and talented, who without the least ostentation won
the love and respect of all with whom he came in
contact.
Judge Harris was a man with constructive ideas
and ideals, who forgetful of self devoted practically
his entire life and work to the upbuilding of Florida
m .o-r'al annd his hmT3 '' "arrtirular. There was
never in his life a question as to where he stood on
any matter which might affect the welfare of the
people of the state. It was not necessary to call on
him in these matters, for he was ever at the fore-
front.
Though holding a public office, he was abso-
lutely fearless, and with a courage of conviction rare-
ly seen, he did not know what quibbling meant, and
without fear or favor maintained a decided stand. If
it became necessary in his judgment to flay a man or
method which he deemed hurtful to the state or com-
munity, he never hesitated to do so. The weak and
helpless never approached him to be turned away.
The world is better off that Hunt Harris lived,
and in his passing in the ve'y prime of life, the state
loses a man who was trul; a builder and worthy of
every honor which was given him in life.

SELF-FAITH

Faith unlocks the door t-
It is the men and womei endous.
faith, a colossal self-confidence, great
deeds, accomplish the "impossible.'
No matter what your needs are, put it into the
hands of faith. Do not ask .how, or why, or when.
Just do your level best, and have faith, which is the
great miracle worker of the ages.
Faith opens the door, sees the way. It is a soul
sense, a spiritual foresight which peers far beyond
the vision of the physical eyes and sees the reality
long before it takes material form.
Faith increases confidence, carries conviction,
multiplies ability. It doesn't think or guess. It is
not discouraged or blinded by mountains of diffi-
culties, because it sees through them-sees the goal
beyond.
There is a tremendous creative power in the con-
viction that we can do a thing.
You may succeed when others do not believe in
you, when everybody else denounces you even, but
never when you do not believe in yourself-Success
Magazine.


DON'T NEGLECT YOUR TAX REPORT

Don't neglect or delay that income tax return.
You may not have any tax to pay, but if you
are single and have an income of $1,000 or over, or
married and received during 1922 the sum of $2,000
tri over, it is incumbent on you to make a return.
March 15 is the last day, but the longer the mat-
ter is deferred, the greater will be the congestion and
lust minute jam at the tax offices in the federal
building.
In general, the conditions are the same as those
prevailing last year, hence the duty should be easy
to those who have made previous returns. Where there
is any doubt, however, as to the necessity for making
a return, much trouble can be saved by both offi-
cials and individuals if the latter will call one of
the tax offices in person or by phone and state their
circumstances, when they will be advised what course
to pursue.
I em"mber-Man"h 15, whi.h is very close at
hand--is the last day,

IS FLORIDA OUTSIDE OF THE U. S.?

"Why is Florida out of the United States?" asks
a correspondent. who signs himself a "Tampa Resi-
dent." He bases his inquiry on a dispatch in the
New York World giving a list of 37 states, the gov-
ernors of which have appointed arbor days, running
from February 22 in Alabama to May 11 in Rhode
Island, and Florida is not in the list. The answer to
the question does not lie with us. It's up to Governor
Hardee. The list may be wrong in leaving Florida
out. Or the governor may have thought it useless,
in view of the widespread and unceasing destruction
of our native forests by the lumberman. Or, again,
he may have thought it unnecessary, knowing the
prevalence of the growing sentiment for reforestation
in the state.
Whatever may be the answer, it is evident that
there is no state in the union where tree planting is
more necessary and desirable than our own. We
have used up our native forests with reckless prodi-
gality, and a very few years more will see their com-
plete annihilation. We have now millions of acres
of cutover lands, barren and unproductive, except as
affording a scanty pasturage for wild cattle and hogs,
and we are continually adding to the acreage.
The destruction of our forests will have an ad-
tverse influence upon our climate -andt-ainfall, v o -
6ur greatest assets. That Is conceded. It Is prven
bW history and experience. Thewloss of our forest
growth will be followed by at*rnate flotds and.
drouths and destroying winds. The. forests loiserve
the rainfall, allowing it to seep slowly to the creeks
and, rivers, giving a steady, uniform flo*, faking
floo-ls impossible, and furnishing moisture for evap-
oration and future rains. Without the forests the rain
water will flow down quickly to the rivers, leaving
the upper country dry and unproductive, and flooding
the lower lands, as has happened recently in the
Everglades. Such floods will become more common
with the disappearance of the forests.
It is manfestly our duty, as it is to our interest,
to replace the forests as fast as possible. It can only
be done by replanting and protecting the young
growth. Nature is with us in the work. If the cut-
over lands had been fenced when the timber had
been removed, and been protected from the destruc-
tive incursions of wild cattle and hogs, and still more
destructive annual burnings, they would now be
covered by a fine growth of young pines, fast ad-
vancing to maturity, promising health and happiness
and prosperity to coming generations, instead of the
barren, unsightly, almost worthless wilderness they
now are. We shall pay a heavy tolL. in future gen-
erations for our tenderness toward the cattle and hog
men, and our improvidence in permitting the total
destruction of our forest wealth, with no effort at re-
placement.
a The article in question tells what other states
are doing in the line of forest replacement. The New
York state conservation commission has already re-
ceived orders for-more than 2,000 young trees for
spring planting. The coming legislature should es-
tablish'such a commission in Florida, and encourage
the sentiment which already prevails in the state.
The beautifying of our highways with trees is
another movement which should receive consideration.
Minnesota will plant 30,000 trees along her high-
ways this season, and Indiana is planrhg a camp ,n
to border her 70,000 miles of roads with trees. Cali-
fornia is the leading state in the roadside tree-plant.-
ing. Her efforts will enhance her charm and make
her a stronger competitor than ever with Florida.
We take a just pride in our Memorial highway,


and it will be a thing of growing beauty and source
of pleasure for many years to come. We should have
more like it. No finer memorial can Le planned for
the gallant boys who gavi their lives for their coun-
try on the fields of France and Flanders. Florida
should see to it while it is yet time.-The Tampa
Times.

In dad's day, of course, his problems seemed
equally complex and intricate because they were as
new to him as those of ours now appear to us.

A man's pair of pants is not the most attractive
article of clothing, but a lot of -women seem wild to
wear them.

And a person can be a radio fan and a baseball
fan both at the same time.


BLBELI'S

Pine-Tar H ey









sCou~h- Colds
Thosehacklngcougahsththanos.
And on, annoying businen aso-
eiates through the day and family
at night-they soon rpond to Dr.
Idl's. tbhe pure syrup oa ine-tor honey.
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TUESDAY. MARCH 13, 1928


IN THE DAY'S NEWS

Herbert S. Hadley, who expresses
the fear that criminal prosecutions
incident to prohibition enforcement
will bring about a complete disor-
ganization of the courts of the United
Ftates, is a brilliant lawyer who has
been honored with the governorship
of Missouri and is now associated
with the law school of the University
of Colorado. Born in Kansas in 1872,
Mr. Hadley received his scholastic
training in the State University at
Lawrence, and at the age of 22 grad-
uated from the law school of North-
western University with highest hon-
r-s. Beginning the practice of his
profession in Kansas City, he became
first assistant city counsellor before
was 30 and in 1901 became prose-
,uting attorney. In the last-named
office he acquired a wide reputation
for his remarkably vigorous and sue-
cssaful prosecution of legal offend-
crs. Subsequeltntly, as attorney gen-
eral of Missouri, he won fame by his
.uccessftil prosecution of anti-trust
cass. In 1909 he was elected to the
governorship.

TODAY'S ANNIVERSARIES

1741-Joseph U of Austria, who
wrought bravely, but in vain, for
political reforms in his realm, born in
Vienna. Died there, February 20,
1790.

1778-The treaty of alliance be-
tween the United States and France
was officially announced.

181ll-Gen. Jackson received news
of the treaty of Ghent and learned-
that for the first time that his vic-
tory at New Orleans had occurred
after peace had been concluded.

1823-Earl St. Vincent, the great
British admiral, died. Born January
9, 1734.

18.9--Richard Coke, governor of
Texas and United States senator,
born at Williamsburgh, Va. Died at
Waco, Texas, May 14, 1897.

1873-,Valthew H. Carpente'r of
Wisconsim, was elected president pro
tern of thi United States senate.

1901-Benjamin Harrison, twenty.
third p sident of the VIi t
1 1o01 t Nort

1918--.German government an-
tounc e that American property in
Germany would be seized In reprisal
for seizure of German property in
t))e hr Sta*es.

1922-.'hat the Interstate Com-
merce Commission could not author-
ize or compel the abandonment of a
strictly State railroad was ruled by
the Federal Supreme Court.

"COLD IN THE HEAD"
an Mnte attack of Nasal Catarrh.
Those ,.bJect to frequent Oldsds" are
general In a "run down" condition.
HA.LLT CATARRH MEDICINE I1s
Treatment conalsting of an Ointment, to
be usd' locally, and a Tonic, which acts
Quickly through the Blood on the Mu.
cous Sqrfaces, building up the System,
and mnalting you Iss ltililn to "colds."
gold by 'irui.it e 'o' Yr earr.
P JfClient'y ) "'. i.. ,, .

FURNITURE RENOVATED

Upholstered and Reflnished. Mat.
trees Made Over. Mirrors Re.
SUnveed.
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328 bJmenton Street. 'Pheone 53

CUT THIS OUT-IT IS WORTH
MONEY

Cut Out this slip, enclose with 5c
and niail it to Foley & Co., 2835
Sheffiel1 Ave., Chicago, Ill., writing
your teame and address clearly. You
will receive in return a trial package
containing Foley's Honey and Tar
Comp und for coughs, colds and
croupl Foley Kidney Pills for pains
in des and back; rheumatism, back-
acuft, kidney and bladder ailments;
and Foley Cathartic Tablets, a whole-
some and thoroughly cleansing cath-
artic for constipation, biliousness,
headaches, and sluggish bowels.-The
Key West Drug Co. M.l-lm

Two women are included in the
board of nine regents of the newly-
ceated Texas Technological College.


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IN HAVANA
And the best aid to be comforta-
ble is to stop at an Hotel that
caters especially to the Engllsh-
speakltrg traveler, having Eng-
llsh-speaking attendants that
can intelligently interpret your
requirements,
SUCH AN HOTEL IN HAVANA
18 TRuI
HOTEL ROYAL PALM
Havana's Newest Hotel, THE
ROYAL PALM. is located in the
exact centre of the City. at side
of Colon Park, Havana's lanrest
park. y
The rooms at THE ROYAL PALM
are large, airy and furnished
with solid Cuban Mahogany Fur-
niture. Each room Is equipped
with every modern device for
the comfort and safety of the
guests. From the telephone In
your room you can. In ten min-
utes. have connection made to
talk direct with your home or
with your office staff. The bath
roinmaat the HOTEL ROYAL
I'ALM are completely installed
with every sanitary device, AND
-(Note this Is for future refer-
ence)-Hot water at all times.
The Dining Room't the HOTEL
ROYAL PALM Is noted for serv-
lni Real Back-home American
food, everything cooked and
S',,rved In the American style and
flavor, this one fact probably
more than anything else, assures
the complete enjoyment of your
visit, because, who can feel like
enjoyment unless you can relish
y,,"ur meals.
The Prices at tho, HOTEL ROYAL
PALM are moderate, consistent
with good service. THoE ROYAL
PALM is not a Tourist Hotel in
tho sense of the word, but Is open
for business all the year around.
*-fore It does not depend on
tho Income from three months to
pay the expenses for the entire
year You can get good single
rooinms from $3.00 up, and double
room from $4.00 Up.
The ROYAL PALM HOTEL in-
roeters meet your boat on ar-
rival at Havana and will be
pleased toa ssist you at Customs
and conduct you to the Hotel.
We would advise, however, that
you write or cable In advance
for reservations during this
month. But you can rely that
we vill do our utmost to acoom-
modate you nicely.
HOTEL ROYAL PALM
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DRAGON 16 HAVANA
(at side of Colon Park)
W. N. TODOHAX, Measuer
Lek Mr. Peatqr about Hotel Royal
Paim-e MKneow.


Do you not realize that property
values are at rock bottom prices in ,
Key West today? Now is the time
to buy. DoTO.'t be one of those wise
fellows who thinks he can wait un-
til the water and sewerage work is
started and then get the bargains
it is possible to now.

Nothing doing. Values have start-
ed on the upward grade already.
Lucky will be the investor who buys
now, as there will be at least a 25
per cent increase in values all over
the Island just as soon as water and
sewerage is assured-that day now
not being far distant.

You only have to observe how
Real Estate values have increased in
other Florida cities vith half the
natural advantages Key West has, to
realize the great oppOrtunities t,,,
are no, kW akig ', *fu ps" .." '.

SCo0 tr andlook over the .P
fine buys we have listed, or, better
still, call us up &nd let us show you
some of the money makers we have
in homes, renting property and build-
ing lots in all sections of the city.


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AMAZING RESULTS ARE


OBTAINED BY ATLANTAN
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A. W. Wheeless, Well.
Known Special Repre-
sentative, Declares Tap-
lac Restored Him Fully
When Prostrated By Re-
peated Relapses After
Flu-Gains 18 Pounds

The best evidence of the merits
of a medicine is what those who
have actually taken it have to say
about it. This is true and beyond
all question when such statements
are made by people of high character
and published right in the community
where each and every fact can be
verified.
One of the latest to testify re-
garding the Tanlac treatment is A.
W. Wheeless, 185 Peachtree St., At-
lanta, special representative of the
Wright Company, dealers in hotel
equipment. Since Tanlac proved so
effectual in his own case Mr.
Wheeless has recommended it to
many of his friends, who have ex-
pressed their chunks to him for
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IT KEY WEST CITIZEN


SOVIET RUSSIA

SEEKS FARMERS

FROM AMERICA


01
"that I can tell the world it is a EFFORT TO PLACE COUNTRY
truly wonderful medicine. I had
suffered from nervous indigestion ON SELF.SUPPORTING FOOD
for a year or more, during which
time I lost nearly twenty pounds 'BASIS SEEN IN ACTION
and became badly weakened. TAKEN
"Then in this run-down state i!
was stricken with the 'flu' during -
one of the epidemics of that disease y re)
and was left in a very critical con. (By Associated Press)
edition. 'I had no appetite, could not, ORONO, Maine, March 18.-An
digest properly, the little I did eat, indication that many residents of
and was too nervous to sleep. I was Soviet Russia are joining In an ef-
too weak to continue my work sue- fort to place their country on a self-
cesafully even before the 'flu' camel sustaining food basis is seen by of-
on me. But when I finally got out ficials of the Maine agricultural
of bed, after the 'flu' attack, I was! experiment station in the faet that
weaker than ever and found myself 841 requests for bulletins on scien-
incapable of going ahead with my tifle farming were received here
work. I also suffered two or three from Russia during the past year.
relapses in close succession. This was the largest number of in-
"Hearing of Tanlac through some '.quirle's received from foreil6 coun-
friends I concluded to test it out for tries, Canada was second 4]th 295
myself. When I began taking it I requests and countries in Europe,
only weighed one hundred and thirty Asia, Africa, South Amera, Aus-
pounds, but in about six weeks time tralia and the East and sat Indies
I tipped the scales at one hundred were represented.
ai d forty-eight, making a gain of; Farmers in all states in jthe Union
eighteen pounds. Since Tanlac set send inquiries. Ten thou nd Maine
me right I have enjoyed excellent farmers receive bulletins at regular
health and I gladly recommend the intervals pointing the w:1y to suc-
treatment, not only for what it has cessful agricultural practices. The
done in my case, but also for tifre station is engaged in research in


ALONG BROADWAY
WITH DIXIE HINES


Third Generation is

Using Syrup Pepsin


NEW YORK, March 13.-If the
Lord's Day Alliance, which is the
name of one of the many nuisance
societies of New York, is quite suc.
cessful in stopping theatrical bene.
fits on the Sabbath, we may find
ourselves confronted with the
strictest observance of all the blue
laws on our books that New York
has ever seen. There are many laws
which have never been removed from
the books since the Puritans govern-
ed us, and they will be invoked. If
successful, it will become a misde-
meanor for any person to laugh on
Sunday. As William Faversharm, the
noted actor, was heard to observe
the other day, "At this rate there is
very little to encourage a laugh
even no,w." And this is true, but
there will be even less excuse later.
"If the blue laws of New York
were literally enforced," a learned
jurist remarked at the Lambs Club
the othe evening, "we would not be
permitted to read a newspaper on
Sunday, to dino at a restaurant, to
ride on elevated, subway, surface,
motor, carriage or elevator. It is
forbidden to cook on Sunday, to
decorate our persons or to sell or
purchase refreshments, cigars, to.
bacco, periodicals or anything ex-
cept to remain indoors, without
visiting, to march sedately to
church 'becomingly attired' and then
to go home again and wish for Mon-
day."
The Sabbath observance fight is
on for fair, and when It is over either
we will have to leave New York for'
the week-end, or we will be allowed!
to live a normal life over the week-
end.


Nt edtr Luad.s en replas Dr. Cld.
well's I tis esfidee of
tiGe wi .s Mit
THERE are thousands of
healthy robust young men and
women who have never in all
their lives taken any other laxa-
tive for constipation than Dr.
Caldwell'a Syrup
Pepsin. Their
parents were
given it by their
parents; the
grandparents are
using it today.
It is the one lax-
ative ideally suit-
II ed to all the fam-
ily, safe for the
little ones, effec-
tive in grownups, so compounded
that elderly people, who are con-
stant'y forced to take a laxative
because the intestinal muscles
are weakening, find increased
dosage unnecessary. This Iyonder-
ful constipation remedy has been
used conLinuouu.ly for 30 year,.,
and over 10 million l nttlei are
now sold unnualty, the largest.
selling family luxiativo in thi
world The cost averages but, n
cent a dose. Every 'druggist scil-
it, and under a guarantee to do
as claimed or your money will be
refunded.
Millions of carefully conducted
homes are never without a bottle
of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Fepsia,


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CALDWELL Jlk P I


"She rolls her own," was quoted
to herelsaMahxwerovConoverquoted Interviewed by the press boys. They persons. Some Russians, Hungarians
stately actress who is to be ou, latest had heard of his bright wit and and others with unpronounceable
stately antressTh is "tbe S lat cleverness. names have asked to have them
LScandal" Miss Conover was not, "And do you agree with the Americanized and the judge refuses.
Scandal." Miss Conover was not present agitation," he was asked, Happily this does not apply to the
"What do you mean, her cigarettes, which will require a man who i I new plays produced on Broadway.
Whattokings or eyes?" she inquire. carried to wear a ring or some other There is many a change between the
stocking or eyes?" she inquire indication of the fact?" road premiere and the Broadway
"Most husbands do," Mr. Faver- premiere.
In a discussion of the screen kiss, sham replied, "they wear the ties!
Tyrone Power, who acts with equai their wives purchase for them."
distinction on the screen and the "Isn't it nice," a stranger was
stage, sums it up. New York is to have a theatre heard to remark in passing through
"It should last at least two devoted to art and not to profit.e torty-eightstr menet New York,
slnutes," he observes, "or, say about; Tht is what the promoter says. theatre all their own" It was the
as long as many of the screen star "The only original part of the new
marriages." theatre over the old," Bessie Barris- Belmont and Vanderbilt theatres
--r-- ral' tells a St. Louis reporter," is she saw.
William Faversham, the noted that which says it is to be devoted
actor is appearing in vaudeville at to art."
present before arranging his reper- 1---- j ec Cures Malaria ChiAA
toire season in New York. While he A. judge in New York has decided and Feve ege,
was in San Francisco, a city he has that' he will grant no more applica- 1 r1
not visited for' iany years, ho was tiono for the, changing of names of1 0Or Ious Feveir



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putting them on tne road to good it has done a number of my the nutrition and breeding of jtants
health." friends and relatives." and animals, control of plant dis-
"I have reaped such great bene- Tanlac is for sale by all good eases, and the study of insect
fits from the use of Tanlac myself," druggists. Over 35 million bottles friends and foes. Its studies of the
said Mer. Wheeless, the other day, sold.-Adv. laws of egg inheritance have de-
veloped information relative to
LIST OF KEY WESYT ** ,*5** ,,***. ** *,, poultry management which has been
LIS O KEY WEST found useful by farmers in all parts
FIRE ALARM BOXES! HUNGRY AUSTRIANS MOB ot the country.
--- O t WOMEN LEAVING PALACE S A TEA EPS
No. One District ---- I IflJ
No. 12 Cor. Front and Duval I VIENNA, Mar. 13.-With the *
No. 13 Cor. Simonton and Front t cry, 'They have riches while we* IR HAIR ARK
No. 14 Cor. Caroline and White., starve," a mob of hungry Aus- YOUR HAIR DARK
head trians attacked a group of wo- --
No. 15 Cor. Caroline and Simon. men leaving the former imperial When Mixed With Sulphur It
ton "' palace where they had witnessed *
No. l l2-Trumbo Island Ry. St.!' a ballet performed by dancers Brings Back Its Beautiful
(Disc Only) of the State Opera. The mob Lustre At Once
No. 113 U. S. Barracks (Disc tore off the earrings of two we.o- ,
Only) men and the elaborate gowns of Gray hair, however handsome, de-
No. 121 Cor. Elizabeth and Eaton all the departing group were torn notes advancing .e. We all know
No. 122 Cor. Margaret and Eaton to tatters before the police quell- the advantages of a'j'bl thfil ap-
No. 123-Cor. Frances and Fleming : ed the rioters. pearance. Your hair is your charm.
No. 124 Cor. Margaret and South. It makes or mare the face. When
ard * ** * it fades, turns gray and looks streak-
No. 125 Cor. William and Flemin ed, just a few applications.,of Sage
S131 Cor. Willim and Caroline -' Tea and Sulphur enhances its ap-
-W*o. 13 +or'; honton nid Plemig' Mr. J' S. Thapsaon pe'arance a 'hi dred-f*#4, .
No. 133 Aviation Station (W I Don't stay gray Look young!
Only) SE githee' prepare the recipe at home
No. Two Distic r get from any drug store a bottle
Na. 21 Cor. Eatonan Duv a L of "Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Corn-
No. 21 Cor. Souatonhrd and ThomDuval pound," which is merely the old-
No. 22 Cor. Southard and Thomas time recipe improved by the addition
No. 23 Cor. Southard and Duval of other ingredients. Thousands of
No. 24 Cor. Southard and Eliza- folks recommend this ready-to-use
bth i !preparation, because it darkens the
*. aS Cor. Thomas and Petronia hair beautifully, besides, no one can
No. 211 Cor. South and Duval possibly tell, as it darkens so
Second St naturally and evenly. You moisten
No. 212 Cor. Division ani Emma a sponge or soft brush with it, draw-
(Disc Only) o ing this through the hair, taking one
No. 213 Cor. Ft. Taylor Reserva. small strand at a time. By morning
221 Cor. Petron (Dis Only)d Duval the gray hair disappears; after an-
No. 2a2 Cor. Petrosla and hDuoal other application or two, its natural
No. 222 Cor. Division and Thomasl Need a Tonic? color is restored and It becomes
2No. 22 Cor. Catheion and ?Duval thick, glossy and lustrous, and you
No. 22 Cor. Simonton and Olivia When Run-down or Recovering from appear years younger.-Adv.
No. 231 Cor. Angola and Simonton! the Grip-r if It Left You In I
No. 232 Cor. Elizabeth and e-I a Weak enedCondition, Here's STRANGLED AMID FLOWERS
Stronia Good Advice ----
N 2 t33 nK. ti cCaot lt a SHOREHAM, Eng., Mar. 13.-
No. 233 K. W. Electric Co. Power Atlanta, Ga.-"I became ac- The body of Mrs. Mary Pelham, who
House quainted with ,Dr. Pierce's Golden had been strangled by a silken cord,
(Disc Only) Medical Discovery some years ago. was found surrounded by flowers in
No. Three District I had contracted malaria and the her home. There is no clew to the
No. 31 Cor. Packer and United 'Golden Medical Discovery' cured me: murderer.
No. 32 Cor. Simonton and Vir. and then kept me in good health. I
ginia "My husband had the 'flu' and it PREVENT FLU AND GRIPPE
No. 33 Cor. Watson and Catherine legt him weak and scarcely able to
No. 34 Cor. United and Simonton be around. He took the 'Golden' For a few cents you can ward off
No. 35 Cor. Margaret and Division 'Medical Discovery' and it helped him Flu and Grippe by promptly cheo.t hUg
No. 312 Cor. William and Windsor wonderfully. We find it is a great your coughs and colds with Fol'vy's
Lane tonic for the blood."-Mrs. J. D. Honey and Tar. Als( gives quick
No. 313 Cor. Newton and Florida Thompson, 209 Dalvigny St. relief from coughs resulting from
No. 314 Cor. Florida and Catherine Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis-, Flu, Grippe, Whooping; Cough, Asth-
No. 315 Cor. N. Beach and Olivia cover is a well known tonic and nia and Bronchitis. Forty-eight
(Disc Only) builder that can be procured in tab- years of satisfaction 'o users has
No. 321 Cor. County Road and lets or liquid from your neighbor-1 made Foley's Honey and Tar the
No. 322 Key West Gas Co. Plant, hood druggist or send 10c to Dr. World's largest selling cough medi-
Cath-rine Street (Disc Pierce's Invalids' Hotel in Buffalo, cine. Contains no opiates-ingredi-
Only) N. Y., for a trial pkg. of the tablets ents are printed on the wrapper. Re-
No. 323 Cor. .County Boad, and and write for free medical advice.- fr.e substitutes. Insist upon Foley's.
Reynolds Street ,Disc Adv. -The Key West Drug Co. M.l-lm
Only)
No. 324 Cor. County Read and Women in Tennessee, by legislative WIFE'S JUMP FREES HIM
White Street enactment, have been granted equal -
Na. 325 Cor. Haanna-American Co. representation with men on the State STAINES, Eng., Mar. 18.-Isaac
Factory (Disc Only) central committees and primary Cohen was granted a divorce when
No. S31 Cor. Frances and Division i.oards of the two political parties. he testified that his wife had Jumped
No. 332 Cor. Newton and White '------ into the rivers'in an attempt at sui-
No. 333 Cor. Olivia and Georgia Watch your children for symptoms cide.
No. 334 Cor. White and Catherine of worms. They undermine the health
No. 341 Radio Station, County and breed sickness.. Use White's If you belch up a bitter-tasting
Road (Disc Only) Cream Vermifuge. It expels worms liquid, suffer from heartburn and
No. 342 Naval Hospital, United St. and restores, health and vigor. Price, sour stomach, you need the tonic
Code Signals 35c. Sold by Key West Drug Co. properties of Herbine. It is a purl-
To Be Used After First Alarm Is In T T S fying and strengthening medicine for
One (1) Tap-Broken Lim SISgal the stomach, liver and bowels. Price,
Two (2) Taps-Fire Out Marie A. Plesinger, president of 60c. Sold by Key West Drug C9.
Five (5) Taps-Calls No. 2 Ap. the Minnesota State board of phar- T T S
paratus macy, is the only woman in the -
Six (6) Tapsr-Calls No. 3 Ap, United States to hold such a posi- Among tift Siamese the curious
euratus tion. custom obtains of reversing the el-
Eight (8) Taps-General Alarm bow Joint of the left arm as a sign
Teaon (10) Taps-Conflagration of superiority. The children of both
l1gnal. Calls for assistham from sexes art, trained to rew'rve their
Government Forces elhow in this painful position at an
To send in fire alarm by telephone, Hail Chapped early age. if their parents are per- I
call 368. sTons of high grades.
66 y eleve Colds ha.A. o oting mor than twelve

mSaid LaGurippem Constipations wis. high school girls at commence- I
BUlousne- and HedM ites, meat ths year.


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ANT FAMILY MAY TRY IT TFM
rmf ais* th lat none in t

a pcoh a e Mofr
ewnpf h bu l lienefor an adi,
tie. Wruse mi whn to ra b M,
Addu DTsr. W. B. C41auddw, Mtb
WuhInftoin t., Mont icllo, tlaein.

Mr. 3. B. Belk of Shaw, Miss.,
relies on it entirely to keephi b
children in health, and Mrs.
Catherine ConnoUy of Jersey City,
N J, declares that not only her-
sJiif but all her neighbors and
friends use it and tell others about
it. There is scarcely a day that
someone in na family does not
need it for constipation, flatulency,
auto-intoxication, biliousness, in-
testinal poisoning, headaches,
colic and crnimps, uad to break
up fevers and colds,
Dr. Caldwell's ,,ruoj Pepsin is
n scittiliiily-hfihttcce conl-
pou.1d of L;,jtilln JIt'nnaI with
pepsin andI piaasint,-tasting
arountitics. i .'I m jrnult is on the
I.,ckuag'. As ih-i pomi:ntrity of
this natural vegcetalie laxative
increases, the public discards the
harsher physics like calIomel, coal-
tar In (andy furig, salt waters and
powders. Dr. Culdwell's Syrup
P psiln emnptie the bowels more
cleanly and without ony danger.


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ITUESDAYa MARCH 13a &IJ8.
5i- Mill.


JACKSONVILLE TO A. C. QUINTET


CELEBRATE BIG


APRIL CARNIVAL:


CHAMBER OF COMMERCE TO
STAGE DAY OF MERRY MAK-
ING THERE ON THIRD OF
APRIL


MEETS AIR SQUAD


TOMORROW NIGHT,


LARGE CROWDS ENJOYING
SERIES OF FAST BASKETBALL
GAMES AT KEY WEST ATH-
LETIC CLUB
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INPC CIC'Ur OiT'r STATI- Oi1
PIOIIIDA, ,,I,,:t ,riv J'itt IIAs.
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and thit hit is uv',r th' aut. *.t iintVI
a n t I itiI. I lhrs h f .- 'I 'i, I ,.1 (I)(,1
Paid nm ii-rks-idcnt rfi-ilnti III' ianid he
I h ir.,hv rf tiulrel to it.l)i :tr I tli. bill
of ('ollp!ilnt flhl in maid t ia n fir
before Monday, th. 7th da,'y of .May,
A. 11.. 1523, otherwise tho ltll(catlonR
Of eid hill will he t,4ken ns i'onfoseied
by .,aid defendant.
It Is flrther nrt'drr,,ri thit t h s orde
ba tulllihrfi onre nParh wepk for i tIrht
eA lertiiw'' s v w l is In TI'`- "Y c v W (it
Cltsen, nawnalver otphllshfd'In said
Cenmt ne r~d 9(lo. a a
This Februtry 22d, 19123.
(VSF.al) 7 YITT, R.
Clerk Circuit Court,
T. .9 CARO,
nileltnr for C ntnilniant.
F.22; M.l-S-15-22.29: .\p.5.12
Only three people know the pass-
word of the Tower of London, and
they are the king, the lord mayor and
the constables. The password is sent
to the lord mayor quarterly by his
majesty. It is merely a survival of
an old clvtom.



SCWatarrh
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Hyomei
SKamlamIYhily parS. GueranO.
KEY WEST DRUG CO.


In re imstinte of Charles iH. Pierce
Tot all ('rilitors, Legatees' lnixtriluteps
and alil persons having Claims or
1Dianndqs You, and each of you, are hereby
nittfied and required to present any
,ialnms and demands which you, or
eitherr of vou, may hnve against the'
estate of Charles R. Pierce. deceased,
lat- (if Minnroe County, Florida, to the
inrldersigrrd. ,'nmory L. Pierre, Adminitl-
sIrator i)f said estate. within two years
from tihe (ltle hereof,
DTated February 28th. A. D. 1921.
EMORY PITERCK,
Administrator of the Estate ot
Charles It. Pierce
F. 2S; M. 7-1421-218; A-; 4-11-18-25.
IV TiI' CIRIIucT (COlRT. STATE OF
PLOIRIDA. ErIEVVNTT JUDICIAl.
ICl;UT., IMONHOU COUNTY.-IN
I'IA N ('CnY.
',rmentan Terena Or Gde Mnmmilans,
V". Complnllnnt
John II. V. Massnaln, Defendant
Tt apnenarn" hby the sworn bill filed
i, the abhrive-stntod raulse that John
IR. V. Manslas, the defendant therein
iina ,d, Is i nan-reaident of the State
of Viorlda, end now a resident of Ha-
"tna. Republlle of huba. and that he is
vier the ano of twenty-one years; it
Is therefore ordered thnt said hnon-
reslidlnt defendant be and he Is here-
yI i required to appear to the bill of
eanpTlnint flrId in said enusn on or
befnreA Mndnv, the 2d day of April,
t\. T). 192.1. otherwise the allegations
of said tilli will be taken as confessed
I, Psnid defe'ndant.
It It further ordered that this order
hli illhltshed one each week for eight
ronsecutive weeks In the TKey West
iti eann. newspaper published In said
Cotnntv and Rtate.
This 10th day of January, 1923.
D. Z. FILER,
,T. F. TO ~Clerk Circuit Court.
Sollltnr for Complainant.
.Tan. 17-24-31: Feb. 7-14-21-2S; Mar 7-14

The new Republic of Czecho-Slo-
v"akia is believed to be the only coun-
try in which voting is compulsory for
women.


(Special to The Citizen) The Athletic Club quintet and the
JACKSONVILLE, Mar. 13.-A fast Air Squadron five will meet at
spirit of jest and carnival, unrivaled the Athletic Club gym tomorrow
by few events in America, is expected ht at 745. This will be the third
to mark Jacksonville's celebration of night at 7:46. This will be the third
April Fools' Day, scheduled for Tues. game of the series now being play-
day, April 3rd, under caption of the ed to settle the championship of the
"April Follies." city.
Planned under the iea shi? of 'rThe club boys are leading the
;the Jacksonville Chamb'er of Coin-' league with a clean slate. The De-
:merce, this day of merrymaking, ar- MAlay aggregation has 6 five hun-
ringed in complete accord with the dred percentage while the Navy boys
'significance of April Fools' Day, has have not yet captured a victory.
aroused interest and activity on the They games are creating unusual
pa.'t of nearly all civic organizations interest throughout the city. The
cf the city to such extent that comn- gamU last Monday night was attend-
nounity effort of the widest nature ed by one of the largest crowds of
is now being bent to make the, non. the scnson.
r on Aa mecca for all those inclined
.. flun a'nd frolic. DEMOLAYSV WIN
S'onomittoes aro vigorously at work ;UDE iULAI WI 1
on the various features incident to
the April Follies whih are expected OVER AIR SQUA
t oitclupy Ihe enthi e dy. A worn- OVER AI SQUAD
ing pro rau', doubtlc.s featuring a
kiddies' parade, is an important por-1
tion of the plan holding the presentXCITING AME WITNESSED BY
attention of nmany, while nrrangi.-EXCITING AME WITNESSED BY
ments for a state 'bund tournanient LOCAL FANS AT ATHLETIC
ate iiitripuing' interest on the part
of ill music-lovers. Afternoon events CLUB LAST NIGHT
ire being arranged by a special co..
ivittee consisting of many who ari'
,>port in. the utmost of fl'n-mankii,'r The DeMolay basketball team cap-
featurcei. turned its first victory of the series,
Carnival will reign supreme liir- now being played, at the expense of
ing the cveniiig hiiurs, leading off the Air Squadron outfit last night
with a street pt'rade in which all par- j by the score of 38 to 19.
ticipants are to appear in costume The game was by no means a one-
and mask. Many blocks in the down- sided affair. Both teams put up a
town section will be roped off for fast exhibition of the indoor sport,
the dancing and merrymakers will be but the DeMolay boys piled up their
invited to take the city for their own. score in the last few minutes of play
Masks annd cwotumes will be made when the Squadron players became
very much the order of the evening, fatigued from the strong pure which
the? dominating thought to be given they had been going during the early
over entirely to capitalizing the stages of the game.
spirit of the occasion. Thompson, captain and center of
According to George W. Parkhili, the DeMolays, played a star game.
who ia general chairman of the April It was his ability to break up the
Follies, "the outstanding idea is to shooting which featured in his team'e
ring. about among the people of victory. Thompson's total points for
Jacksonville, visitors and tourists, a the evening numbered 16. Baker
real carnival spirit of fun and frolic, accounted for 8 points, while Albury
For this reason April Fools' Day wait in addition to playing a great game
sele<,ted as the most suitable time, at guard, scored three field hask-ts.
but because this year the day falls Orem, the big.boy at center for the
on Sunday, Tuesday, April 3rd, was Squadron, played a great game at
chosen as the time to inaugurate the the pivot position. His shooting of
Follies. three field baskets helped out his
The decorative features will be the team considerably. Dunn, at right
most profuse ever displayed in the guard, also played a pretty floor game
city, according to plans of the corn- end caged three pretty field shots
rnittee in charge which has ruled that rom mid-way.
these will be of multi-hued variety, The Line-up and score follows:
bearing o.it to the greatest extent DeMolays Pts.
the spirit of the April Fools' Day Albury, rg ............. ........
idea. Decorations of the usual ni- Smith, Ig. .................... 6
tional or patriotic nature will not be Baker, c-rf. ..................... ... 8
used, except an' when properly dis- Thompson, rf.c .......................16
played on flagstaffs. Papy, If ........................... .... 2
Already large m.n mhwb rs of visitorss Pangle, if-rg. ........................... 0
are planning to take part in th -
Jacksonviile festivities and elaborate Total ......... .................. 38
plans are in the making for their Air Squadron Pts.
entertainment. A number of private Himes, rf .......................... ... 2
entertainments are being arranged in Wotring, If. .. ....................... 8
connection with the Follies celebra- Orem, e. .................................. 6
tion. The "Court of Jesters," plan- Speed, Ig. ............................... 2
ned as an elaborate private climax to Dunn, rg. ................................ 6
the day, is attracting considerable at- Ryan, Ig ................................. 0
tention throughout the city and State, -
I1is feature being somewhat in ac- < Total .................................. 19
9erdance with the special balls held
in the spirit of carnival occasions OTIr('r TO cnEOlTons
elsewhere, notably Gasparilla carni- in ',,,.urt of the. county Judlie, Monroe
val, the Mardi Gras. and festival of 1 ount. t state of FioQtdn t
4jmni ers.


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GIRLS IN CHEMICAL PLANT
STRICKEN BY STRANGE GAS

NEW YORK, March 13.-
Thirty girls employed in a local
chemical plant were stricken
with what resembled paralysis
while working at their tables.
Though conscious of their condi-
tion, they were unable to move
until the windows were thrown
open by a visitor who saw that.
something was wrong. Investi-
gation Seowed that two vats of
chemicals had been left open and
their fumes in mingling formed
a gas that had a paralyzing ef-
feet.
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TODAY'S CALENDAR OF SPORTh

* Racing: Meeting of Jefferson Par-
ish Fair Association, at New Orleans.
* Meeting of Cuba-American Jockey
Club, at Havana. Meeting of Tia-
* juana Jockey Club, at Tiajuana.
'C
Tennis: Women's national indoor
championship tournament, at Boston.

Bench Show: Annual show of Tri-
State Kennel Club, at Huntington.
'* W. Va.

Golf: Annual Spring tourian.ent
* Miami, Fla.

Billiards: Willie Hoppe vs. Jake
Schaeffer, at New York, for 18.2
balkline titl$.


UNDERTAKER BEATS DEATH Basketball: National A. A. U.
championship tournament, at Kansas
ST. LOUIS, Mo., Mar. 13.-Henry City.
Watson telephoned an undertaker he
was dying, but when the undertaker Bowling' Annuil torrnamenL of
arrived he found Watson only very American Bowling Congress, at Mil-
arrvedhefoud atsn nlyvey ..... .k


drunK.
|IN THE CIRCUrI COURT,. STATE OF
FLORIlDA, IBLHVENTII JUDICIAL
CIIRCIIT, MIONItOi ('OUNt'. -IN
CHANC'EVY.
Herbert 0. WIlson. Complnanant,
Vs.
Angusta M. Wilson, Defendnut.
It apltertnf1' hv the swnrn hill fle
in the above-stated cause that Auguat&
.M. Wilson, tiu defendant thurein
named, Is a non-resident of the State
of Florida, and that her pri-opnt ad-
dress is unknown, and that she is over
the age of twenty-one years; it is
therefore ordered that said non-roesl.
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 nf Anril. A.
D., 102933, otherwise the allegatloas qf
said bill will be taken as confessed by
said defendant.
It is further ordered that this order
be public hed once each week for eight
consecutive weeks in The Key West
Citizen, a newspaper published In said
County and State.
This February 7th, 1923.
(SEAL) D. Z. FILER,
Clerk Circuit Court.
J. F. BUSTO,
Solicitor for Complainant.
Feb. 7-14-21-18: Mar. 7-14-21-18: Ap. 4
Three women have been elected to
the City Council of Madras, India


wau ee.
Boxing: Carl Tremaine vs. Joe
Schvartz, 10 rounds, at Windsor,
Ont. Frankle Murphy vs. Nate Siegel
10 rounds at Boston. Frankie Ma-
guire vs. Charley Fitasimmons, 8
rounds, at Harrisburg.


FOOTLESS MURDERER

HERSHAM, Eng., Mar. 18.-Theo-
dqre Symonda, who lost his feet in
a railroad accident two years ago,
kil"d 12-year-old Laura Penton in a
-fibbf anger.


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rsomuch admired---is the result ruSSY CAN'ARYA
- principal in charge of Harris High MILLIONS LOST o a
somewhere b School, hasprovedself for a quarter NEWARK, N. .,Mar. 1- iy,
Souset tw Lme it was used as a High and Gram- UP IN KENTUCKY of century, the s tadarde NEWANAVAL SUPPLIES
Sset with sixty mairschnoel cl c bpombined.brleaqhlng and beautifying n canary bird owned by a residentS rL
SMr.sixt e sc will leave tonightfor obd. By Associated Press) cre of East Orange, refuses to go to sleep RADIO SUPPLIES
No ewardis r. Geiger will leave tonight for (By Associated Press) clients long ago discov- if a light is left burning in the room Everything For the Man i th ,
are gone forever Islamorada to inspect the school at LdUISVILLE, Ky., March 18.- ered and combined in Nadit- where his cage is hung. Navy
a* that place. Nine persons are dead and more ole Cream, elements which MULBERG'S NAVAL SUP.
S than eighty others injured with an bleach the ekin and remove'P l S
.NEOUS Miss Carrie Garret, 89 years of estimated loss caused by property n, elesl pimpls d PLY HOUS
age and 496 pounds in weight, was damage over a wide area of closet other discolorations Of its D
intint phone 6 T unable to obey a summons to court one million dollars stood out today the of Ipurit dEn i dEne
II call. T n At. ii" Detroit because the doors of the as the toll of the violent windstorm laver it smoothand eutife 4
DUval street. i cart room were not wide nortough to which swept Kentucky Sunday The SO. ckalge. will.,tt- B e'
ND admit her. So the court accepted haer night and early Monday. m' smoVme i tl a seD the $KN S
attorney's plea of guilty and sent her ie m ore s tbon ceew. Dr.KINGRS PILLS
f, picked up. For on her way under suspended, son- In the earlier days of the alva- ele kage, at your let for C n
Weather Bureau, ne. .tich Army,it waa'eustomart1e'f ach counter. Na "a-d "
.... 0-10 woman member of the organization N t egnal no.let
STEADY INCOMES for men and tio have a small heart tattooed on the 'e*s eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee,.
YS ONLY wvomen. Permanent business can right shoulder. In case she wasisken a NOtary PuClic
be developed in own community. sick or died away from hmne, o~' ,In 'MRS. M. E. DeLEON N
male one dosee Liberal commissions. Write us to- ua fore /rn country, the' sign of the S8* Sinmsnton Street .
of your beautiful day for further informatioji. Jay- b1art Sirved as an identification mark Ciizenl
9.2, cash in i -t Stuart Ios~ity Mille, I L. 1J. & L. and entitled her to care or a smAtible CORECT STYLES IN
-order at Eat'es Dept. 20., 'effersonville. Ind, burial It the expense of ths organ- MILLINERY
Duval 'street. f,4 "" H M. 18-1t nation. loeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee :


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IFIED 1 NOTES OF THE PASSING DAY DTOA
......... .- "'"'"' """"'"'""'"'"'"' "'""'"* In mII II D I * ., * A ID NT " '" "' S
rTITI- : s N T1 ( TIP.IIY WEATHER CONDITIONS '
S********************************************* The storm of marked intensity *
J lVI ._ that was central near Chicago *
DanO at Aronovito Hall Cruate Pass Newfound Harbor yesterday morning disappeared *\
TlhSe will be a dance at Aronovitz A report received at the local WHILE DRIVING TO SMALL FIRE northeastward rapidly diminish- *
hall tomorrow night. Good muslc is radio station here this afternoon an- FORCES FORD DRIVER Ing in strength but leaving a *
undw ohi be b assured. nounced the Altonia II and the modLraLt secondary disturbance *
Th OT MA e C * Shadow VI as passing Newfound INTO CURB over Illinois. Pressure is in- *
rod fot~ s W Girl Scouts' Supper Harbor Bay shortly after noon creasing over the Plains States. *
instim fot he The supper given under the aus- bound north. These two cruisers Apparatus from Number I ire I During the last 24 hours there
vaely 1iMtane is ices of Troop 4, Girl Scouts, will left here this morning for Miami. Apparatus from Numbert oda to 1 irex- were rin ts anst 24 hnowurs n the *
be held Friday evening in the Al- --- tationguish a blae in a sack at the upper Mississipp Valley and *
mifled advertl bury building, on Fleming street. Council Meeting rear of 417 Eaton a shack ae Lake region, and rains from *
in advS, ba Come and help the girls to go on The regular meeting of the city re ud h h ecals N New England south-southwest. *
with 1leag g. their summer camp. Menu will be council will be held Thursday night wereused ro extinguish the blaze. No ward to the central Gulf coast o t p
ir advtinatf published later. at the city hall. grea aage was r seen with thunderstorms in Kentucky, *t d0op
S* Several young fellows were seen Georgia, Alabama and Misais- *
Sgive their ste Infant Daughter Christened Dance Tomorrow Night coming from the direction of the sippi. Spreading rapidly east- O1Id |
Their telephone The infant (laughter of Mr. and There will be the usual Wednes- hack shortly before the fire, police ward from the Plains States should Say it iss
e resilta, Mrs. Antonio Martinez was christ- day night dance held at the Athletic say. colder weather now covers all stalla* u
ened Sunday afternoon at St. Mary's Club tomorrow night under the man- Chiedf.Pinder, while making the run sections except the Atlantic 1COuld tell a cup
ZNT Star of the Sea and given the name agement of Eugene Sands. i -o the fire in his car, narrowly es- coast districts, temperatures Of l o..
e. and attractive of Edwina Theresa Martinez. The capedhaving a rious accident. continuing unseasonably high in o I Maxwell C house
located on South sponsors were Miss Grace Vazquez Pino to Chattahooch.. A Ford car, driving ahead of the the South Atlantic States. Mod-* blindfolded. What
et section and Mr. Sabino Martinez. Earl Pino, 16 years of age, white, chief's car for several blocks down crate to' fresh southerly and blindfolded. at
P. Artman, 13The Col. Carroll Her, last night for the insane saly lum at the chief, and at the corner of Mar- west are looked for tonight and s CO V suc
!e 13r i Colonel J. H. Carroll, well known Chattahoochee under' the cegr of a aretand Eaton streets the chi Wednesday over the Florida roma flavor
shed lower apart- attorney of Washington, Mrs. Car- u. passed the car by forcing it into the l Keys.
reet; living room, roll, Dr. and Mrs. Greene and daugh. Make Large Catch Chief Pinder obtained th0 num- I Official In Charge. SUCh unfrmit
en, two bedrooms ter, of Washington, arrived in tho' Mr. and Mrs. George Wi or and her of the car and ha a warrant Official In Charge. *
h and running ity yesterday afternoon from th Mr. and Mrs. Alfred 8ogi all of issued for the arrest of the driver, i a a a a a a a 4 a a a
throughout. John north and after a short visit her lft ihmor. and, VMrs.Alenoyed a ofish d for th arrt of the div.
Mar. 10-t for Havana. yesterday evral'les fom ths PARENT-TEACHERS M AXW ELL
room furnished a Tmr city as the guests of Captain George
Fleming street. Lawn Social Tomorrow nTopson, More tha Cariarge MEET TOMORROWaTONIGHT;S CONCERT
M. tx The members of the Fleming ~erjacks and a number of tarponHU
-------- Street Methodist church will hold a \were landed by members of the party. The Parent-Teachers' Association
ern conveniences, at the church lawn on Margaret Curtis And, Paty Leaves day evening, Mr',' 1.;, at 7:30 H .
otlt. CU 61, street. The public is invited to at: A Yacht Lyndonia, okwed by o'clock in the auditorium of the -
Dec. 6 tend. Cyrus K. Curtis, left this>:' morning Division street school. The change
hd lowr fl Dr. for Miami with Mr. Curtis 'nd party iin the place of meeting is occasion- PROGRAM AT 8 O'CLOCK THIS
shed lower flat, Dr. Porter to Talk on board after a stay of several days ed by the fact that Harris school EVENING BY LOCAL **************************
es. WhiteStreot. Dr. J. Y. Prter, Sr., city health in this city. II auditorium is not available,
Feb. 27 officer, will address the members of At this meeting officers for the MUSICIANS' UNION AN
head street fr the Women's Club this afternoon at Mis. Russell Hostess vnstuing year will be nominated and DANCING
house o r apart- their meeting in St. Paul's church. Miss Gladys Russell entertained a elected and a full attendance of all ----
house or apart-i l. subject will be: "Mosquito Ex- number of friends here ,yesterday interested is desired. The following program will be re- Tonight At
marl-- 2-6 tarnation" afternoon at her home on Southard dered this evening at 8 o'clock at LUB
ED Cuba To Tamp treetin honor of her twelfth birth-. ARM BROKEN BY THIEF Harris High School by a 15-piece or-: A TLic b U
-Good second- T P day anniversary. Games were play- i chestra composed of members of the Good Music by Enlarged
'-Good second- The P. & 0. Steamer Cuba will ed by those invited to help make the ST. PAUL, Minn., Mar. 13.-Miss Musicians' Protective Union, Local, o rhs a
dater preferred. sail tonight for Tampa at 8 o'clock. occasion a merry 'one. Miss Russell Edith Green fought off a burglar No. 752. Music losers are cordially Orchestra
carter, Hotel Jef- She will return to this port Friday received many valuable and useful whom she found in her home, but invited to attend. There is no ad- Everybody Invited
marl-2t morning. gifts, her arm was broken In the struggle, mi .an charge, l. I
opies each of fol ---,----_ .. Part I Eugene Sands, Mgr. *
pitch 30 April 7******** DANCES 1-March, "W. M. B.," R. B. Hall.
August 10, 1922. Every Mon., Wed. and Sat. 2-Overture, "William Tell," Ros- **o********************e
each copy. The PAL M TI Aronovits Hall, 8:30 P. M. sini3Walt, "Blue DaubeStrauss.
M. 13 : P RSONAL ,MENTI N" Corial Invitation Extended Eevery. -Wlz"luDaue"tius
od salesmen col- ********************o**********ee **** **ee one < aturday, Mar. 17, Hawaiian 4--Fox Trot. "Carolina Rolling
enes required 'enry Johnson left last night for Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Brooks of Music Guaanteed. 5Selecton "Ernan," Verdi.
carter, Hotel Jef- Miami after a visit of several days Tampa, are visitors in the city to- Cold settled in the muscles of the 6-Fox Trot, "The Sheik," SnyderK. l P 1U
mar-2t n'.th e with relatives. day. neck, arms or shoulder make. every t
aha seed. Apply y ---- movement painful. Use Ballard's 7-Selection, "Lucia Di Lammer. If unable to do so, se
0 William street. Oliver ki left this morn- Mr. an4 Mrs. RL.H..Wft"hvts Ied Snow Liniment. It relIv 'Wfe pain tnooriVerdi. MATHI.
.I,---'a- lg. for New 'on board the in th city this morning from Coco- and relaxes the muscles. Three sizes, 8-Fox Trot "Venetian Love Boat" I DR. MATHIi
Steamer Concho. He has accepted nut Grove, an4 after a short stay t0c, 60c and $1.20. Sold by Key Koehler. hiroracto Palmer S
Lady, every city, a post as engineer with one of the here sailed for Havana. Mrs. Wright West Drug Co. TT 9-T(a) "Wang Wang Blues," (Fox ior
Ilk hosiery direct steamship lines making that port. was formerly Miss Naomi Maryolini Trot), Johnson. (b) Swanee River'
season right now. ---- of this city. DR. WM. '. K L 4P. DENTAt Moon (Waltz), Clarke. and become well and happy
[ills, 208 Masonic Mrs. N. A Sherman and two chil- ---- SURGEON, 6'7 FLEMING STREE1 10-March,I "The Chimes of Li- KMee
Ille, Fla. dren will leave tonight for their Mr. and Mrs. Raymond l.owe left CAMPBELL BLDG., HONE 389. berty," Goldman. Opp
M. 10-3tx home in Boston after a few months' this morning for Miami whire they
visit with their parents here, Mr. and will visit for several week. The amount of silk produced by IN COURT OF COUNTY JUDI i ______________
who desire en. Mrs. J. Vining Harris. each spider is so small that a acien-
-ards to give u; --- Captain and Mrs. Walter ('roley twist has computed that 668,522 would n re Estatae of
e Artman Piess. .ILieut. Ralph D. Spalding left this returned to the city last e ,n ing be required to produce a single pound AnMAND W. MSItj n I
, in The Citizen n lining via the Mallory Line for from a rhort visit along the East of thread. notice e Is hereby given, to all whom, UBU SALES
+ a4 aPhiladelphia after a visit of several Coast. I it may concern, that on the 14th day
one n y W weeks here with his family. -- MEDIUM BROWN HAIR looks. ay A. ., 1923 sthall We have purchased 122,000
ne i Y ---- Mrs. Josh Saunders left,last night best of all after a Golden Glinm said Court, as Judge of Probate, for pair U. S. Army Munson last
glish to subscribe George Merriel,of Mhiami, re- for Key Largo where she will visit Shampoo.-Adv. r fital discharge a Shoes, izes 5ors to 12, wh
SCitizen. 4. turned to his home this morning lor two weeks. '-- 'eased; and that at the same time' "' was the entire surplus stock of
also Teeth. We after a short business visit here. ---- The hessian fly is so called be- will present our final accounts one of the nire st1 Go
or full sets. -o' -tMr. and Mrs. George W. Rich, who cause It was supposed to have been Executors of said estate, and ask fur one of the lcontargest US. v-
Western Metal Bruce Jack will return to Tampa have been visiting in this city for brought from Germany during the Dated February 27, A D., 1923. ent shoe contranteed one



general manager of the Van Moy Ilk urn ar One of the most extraordinary value of this shoe Is $6.00. Ow- .
galvanizede- terstato Company and his son, C. R. Mrs. Edith C. Corbun, of Boston, plants known is the 'traveling plant,' EN CIR a EET STAUT FIO ng to this tremendous buy w
)vers. Delivered, F hier, superintendent of the com- who had been visitingIhere for se which has a root formed of knots, by u orr .M ONRUi-I .a 0n Offer Uame to the pu
y Gwynn, phone pany, left last ninessht for Havana a- several dayeeks, left this morning for revoluwhich it aionnually war i n whea t imported RRY L, Ths shoe is guaranteed oat2.95.
M 18 tr a short visit -in this city. Havana on a short v tis city and canaries in te pBritish army. it w 27;a re. coA unt. end dorrectase. Pay postman
ALE H.C. Kocher, vie-president and promise to return again next year. rootet. Ma aer t .m.n nt. | di er. i nm e0 o
___ general manager of the Van -oy I.------- Gne of the most extraordinary alue1 of shoe ar not Ore


galvanized ear tErtto Company and his son, C.R. Mrs Edith C. Corbun, of Boston, plants known is the 'traveling plant,' I n Ciari COUTe, worn biAT Fr ing to t his tremendous buy rwe
vers. Delivered, ljer superintendent of the co- who had been visitnghere for see- which hasa root formed of knots, by 'theiov at, cause that C atina fund your money prompt

Artma Gwynn, 'phone pany, left last night for Havana af- loral days, l eft this morning for which t annually advances abt an Vt twentyt -one ar it t $295.
.. 18 ter a short visit in this city. Havana on a short visit tnh from the place whore it s edro e S C O AY
-When-- i n_ _night, cooler tonight in north fis r routed to appear to the s. i on on d elivery or send money.or -
--or sale at The lair. ,- I1 (e Otherwist de Fatea Datendsn o der, If shoes are not as rep-
StiLarge, clear, -LEAVES TONIGHT FOR e aesteSouth Atlantd eat : Fresh to t f ed your money proptlconfe d by
-1 cents ea isELAMORApA At oih am is a no-resident of the1 upon request. *,
h pads, pa winds becoming northwest. oand now a resident oPIANOS
ch, ise 4x, o The Harris Grammar School, which A Bati l Complexion a Cuba, and that psRe n. or NATUNED AND REPAIRED
. GoArtman Press, as visited yesterday by M. P. Geiger, Florida: * * * of Sati-Like t' of tonty-one Clerk ircut isourt 'HONE 117
ylast. Apply at state rural school inspector, was the owers ths afternoon or to there ordered that ad onre SHOE COMPANYSTREET
s Aug. -tsubject of high praise todayday of thouanday, A D., of women-that M. S .1. A. 23.
orInspector Geger was the firt NINE LIVES AND oterwse the alleat k kin texture ****i******************


--IInspector Geiger was the firnt lNINELIVE smD ooth, sat~in-ltke s~kin texture .......... eaeteqeeeeeeee~eeeeeeaeeeaea


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TUESDAY. MARCH 18, 1928,


WOMEN ELIGIBLE
AS SEA CAPTAINS


Why Druggists Recommend "THE PRICE OF YOUTH" STARRING
Swamp-Root


(By Associated Press) For many years druggists have NEVA GERBER AND SPLENDID CAST
LONDON, March 13.-Women watched with much interest the re-
are eligible for sea captains certifi- markable record maintained by Dr.i
cates, is the ruling of the Board of Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the great kid-,
Trade in reply to a question on the ney, liver and bladder medicine., "The Price of Youth," a Ben Youth" is absolutely fascinating,
subject from the Imperial Merchant' It is a physician's preadiption. ,Wilson production, starring Neva dealing,las it does with the adven-
Service Guild. The board says it Swamp-Root Is a strengthening: Gerber and released by the Arrow tures of a young girl alone in New
would not refuse to examine a can- medicine. It helps the kidneys, liver Film Corporation, is announced as York; a young girl who learns that
didate for a certificate of com- and bladder do the work nature in- the featured attraction at the Mon- the Road to Happiness holds many
petency on the ground of sex if the tended they shotud do. roe Theatre today. pitfalls for unwary feet, and who,
conditions as to service and testi- Swamp-Root has stood the test of Film fans, familiar with the world ore she attains to her goal, finds,
monials, laid down in their regula- years. It is sold by all druggists on of the motion picture, will find sorrow after sorrow piled upon her
tions, were complied with. its merit and it should help you. No much to please them in that brief slim white shoulders.
Thew question arose through the other kidney medicine has so many paragraph above, for Ben Wilson i% An able cast headed by Jack
ease of a Miss Drummond, who re- friends, one of the foremast producers of the Pratt and Spottiswoode Aitken ren-,
sently went to sea as an engineer,; Be sure to get Swamp-Root and present day-a man with a long and der splendid support to the star and
and the Guild wished to have it made) start treatment at once. consistent record of successes; the it is said the settings leave nothing'
clear if women could go further in However, if you wish first to test screen knows no more popular or to be desired. The management of
Uthe i,fession, this great preparation send ten cents charming star than Neva Gerber; the Monroe Theatre feels confident
ito Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, and, last, but not least, the Arrow that "The Price of Youth" will,
Sl COI N N. Y., for a sample bottle. When name has come to be associated with please everyone and they urge each'
ai a t hea' e lll. fi'reut,..hi writing be sure and mernion this big, worth-while pictures. and every one of the theatre's
njuhble .vork.- 5I to w "0 it 1; Y1s1 -a Ii ''r...1Walel Thayer Gessnen, who solicitsS O
Sr e a t ha0ve ofomenr, who : POWERFUL SEA STORY IS PRESENTED IN
ball). ,( l Lr. I,. s. r-I ,'S Lre Ohio railroad, is probably the
:" ,;,'" : (,sIi.,. ': o anniongeg, "ALL THE BROTHERS ERE VALIANT"
ai Wi, .,f Ithte large American raroad ys- ALL AL
LaB s' t(le ilnhl ,. l'illli -fliehlit, 'f t.,n's.


Gar den Theatre
ALKAHEST LYCEUM SYSTEM

THE APOLLO CONCERT CO.
The World's Famous Musical Five
THURSDAY AND MONDAY, MARCH 15 AND 19
Complete Change of Program Monday, 19
Featuring
MR. ARTHUR G. WELLS
"300 Pounda of Mirth and Music"
Saxophone and Soloist
MISS ALTA R. WELLS
Contralto and Saxophone-Pianologues
MISS ZILPHA OSLER
Pianist and Soprano
MR. RAYMOND H. CASS
',, Saxophone and Marimba
MR. CARL K. VAN DE VALLE
An Artist of Unusual Accomplishment
'PHONE 85 FOR SEATS
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One of the most dramatic stories' ,'-tnc,. II,' tells of a hunt for pearls;
which Ben Ames William ever wrote of his affair with a little brown girl;
is "All the Brothers Were Valiant." of killing the pearl fishers in order
This gifted artist of fiction has to get th,.'ir loot; and finally of
achieved an enviable reputation in burying thle pearls on a nearby is-
the literary world, and his stories in land.
the Saturday Evening Post have won Mark suggests to Joel that they
for him a host of admirers. To many seek the pearls. Joel declines to risk
of his readers, "All the Brothers" is his ship an:d his life, and so incurs
the best story he has ever pro- the enmity of his brother. From
lduced. here the story becomes increasingly
The nown that this vivid whaling thrilling and drnmatlc. A mutiny,
story has been made into a motion a clash between the brothers, a real-
picture by. Metro, under the careful istic combat between members of
and skilled hand of Irvin V. Willat, the crew-these are some of the
has made photoplay fans eager to incidents which bring the picture to
see it. According to advance re- a swiftly moving close.,
ports, the picturization is even more In th, cast are players of recog-
thrilling than the exciting narrative, n'zed artiatr,. Lon Chaney is seen
andti its gripping scenes hold one in the role of Mark; Malcolm Mc-
even more completely than the writ- Gregor portrays the part of Joel;
ten version. ;and the ilarming Billie Dove enacts
As those who have read the story the part of Priscilla, Joel's wife.
will remember that "All the Brothers Othere who have important parts are
Were Valiant" tells of a cruise of a William H. Olamond, Robert McKim,
whaling schooner, of which Joel Bob Kortman, Otto Brower. Curt
Shore is captain. Joel is the last of Rehfeld, Wil iam H. Mong and Leo
a long line of seamen, all' of whom WilliCT "' ""
had met their end valiantly. Mark "All the Brothers Were Valiant"
Shore done cannot be accounted for. was adapted from Mr. Williams'
He has suddenly disappeared from story by Julian Josephson. The
his ship; and nothing more has been photoplay is an Irvin V. Willat pro-
heard from him. duction for Metro Pictures Corpora-
Mark suddenly appears on Joel's tion. 'The pk togra.phy is by Robert
schooner, when the vessel in anchor- Kurrle.
ed. He gives a vivid story of his This picture will be shown at the
unusual experiences during his ab- Monroe theatre tomorrow.


Don't Overlook Any


Diamonds Any
Ct ^ 6


KIMBERLEY was going back. The farmers were dis-
gruntled. They said they couldn't eke a living from the
rocky soil.


And all the time, their ragged youngsters were playing with
diamonds!


But the farmers didn't know. Many of them died poor. They
thought the priceless gems were pebbles.


Some folks are just like those Kimberley farmers. They
seek opportunity in some distant place and overlook the wealth
that is daily within their grasp.


Advertising is a diamond mine of opportunity. It tells of
values you would probably overlook if it was not there to guide
you.


Don't miss the advertisements in this paper.


SThey spve money---and make it for you! I


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SERVANTS DISAPPEARING
LONDON, Mar. 18.-Official sta-
tistics Indicate that the percentage
of domestic servants is decreasing so
rapidly that in less than a century
they will be practically extinct.
The Anti-Flirt Society has been
formed by women in Dallas, Texas,
t'cr the purpose of creating senti.
ment opposed to flirting in all its
various forms. *


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THE

PENINSULAR & OCCIDENTAL S.S COMPANY
United States Fast Mali Routes For
KEY WEST, CUBA AND THE WEST INDLES
Via Port Tampa. Key West and Havana, Cuha
Proposed sailings Ia effect on dates shown. Subject to ehanae cancel.
lation or individual postpo-.ement without notice
On and after May 10th sailinga between Port Tampa and Key Went.
and between Key West and Havana will be as follows:
KatY WEHBT AVANA UINN
I ifteetlve Prom Key West May 10th. IMI
Lv. Ke." West Dally Except Sunday and Wednesday ...........10:00 A. M.
Ar. Ha /ana Dally Except Sunday and Wednesday ........----... :00 P. M
Lv. Havana. Dally Except Sunday and Thursday .................10: A. M.
Ar. Key Welt Daily Except Sunday and Thursday ............0. 5:* P. K.
S 8S. Cuba leaves Key West Monday, Friday.
S. S. Cuba leaves tHavana Tuesday, Saturday.
8. S. Governor Cobb leaves Key West Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday.
I. S. Goveruor Cobb leaves Havana Wednesday. Friday, Monday.
PORT TAMPA-KXT WET LIN
Iffectlve r!om Port Tampa may fOtlh 19i
9. B. Cuba
Lv. Port Tampa Sunday, Thursday .............- ..... ...... 3:00 P. M.
Ar. Key West Monday. Friday .................................7.... :00 A. M.
Lv. Key West Monday, Friday ..... .........-_-..10:00 A. M.
Ar. HayAna Monday, Friday .............. ...:... .... t00 'P. M.
Lv. Havana Tuesday, Saturday ............................................. ..- 10'0 A. M.
Ar. Key West Tuesday, Saturday .... ........................ 5:30 P. M.
Lv, Key Wept Truesday, Saturday ........... ........................ 8:00 P. K.
Ar, Port TarApa Wednesday, Sunday .. ... ..1...:0........0 Noon
Above hours are based on Eastern Standard Time.
D. U. WILDER, G. P. A., Jacksnville, Fla. P. J. SAUNDERS. V. P.
UI U. L. B. SPENCER Asset, Key Wet4 Fla.


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TEMF KRF. WlRRT CITIZEN.'h


MONROE



TODAY



Arrow Presents


"The Price of Youth"


STARRING


NEVA GERBER




TOMORROW


An Irvin Willat


Production



"ALL THE BROTHERS



WERE VALIANT"




A Notable Cast


A MetroL Pi. .






DAY MAR 192
tEaDAY, MARH'18, 1923.


WHEN AND WHERE YOUR LODGE MEETS


Masonic Directory Odd Fellows
Dade Lodge No. 14, F. & A. M., Key West Lodge No. 13, I. 0. 0.
sneots first and third Wednesdays of F., meets each Monday night at
each month in lodge rooms on Flem- Odd Fellows hall on Caroline street.
irg street. George L. Babcock, see. Cuba Lodge No. 15, I. 0. 0. F.,
retary. meets each Tuesday night at Odd
Dr. Felix Varela Lodge No. 64 F. Fellows hall on Caroline street.
& A. M., meets second and fourth Equity Lodge No. 70, I. 0. 0. F.,
Thursday of each month at the meets each Wednesday night at Odd
Scottash Rite hall, Eaton and Simon- Fellows hall on Caroline street.
ton streets. I. Padron, secretary Otto Encampment No. 5, meets
Anchor Lodge No. 182, F. & A. each Sunday afternoon at Odd Fel-
M., meets second and fourth Mon. lows hall on Caroline street.
days at the Scottish Rite hall, Eaton
and Simonton streets. John W. Pin- Knights of Columbus
der, secretary. Key West Council 1015, Knigbts
Island Chapter No. 21, Royal Arch of Columbus, meets in the K. C. hall,
Masons, meets first and third Men- Division street, on the second and
dl.ys at Scottish Rite hall, Eaton and fourth Tuesdays of each month at 8
flimonton streets. Chas, H. Ketchum, o'clock. G. L. Lowe, G. K.; William
secretary. Freeman, R. S.
Monroe Council No. 2, Royal and
Select Masters, meets first and third Catholic Daughters
Friday at Scottish Rite hall, Eaton The Catholic Daughters of Amer-
ind Simonton streets. Charles H. ice, meet every other Thursday at
Ketchum, secretary. tlhe Parish Hall, on Duval street. Mrs.
Baron Commandery No. 3, Knights May Gallagher, secretary.
Templar meets second and fourth
Wednesday. at Scottish Rite hall, B. P. 0. Elks
Eaton ard Simonton streets. Charles Key West Lodge No. 551, B. P. 0.
H. Ketchum, recorder, Elks, meets every Thursday night in
Palm Lodge of Perfection No. 10, their lodge room, 813 Duval street
meets first and third Thursdays at Norberg Thompson, E. R.; Joseph
the Scottish Rite hall, Eaton and McMahon, Secretary.
Simonton streets. Chas. H. Ketchum,
secretary. Woodmen of World
Southern Cross Council, Knights of Key West Camp No. 23, Woodmen
Rose Croix, meets first and third cf the World, meets every first and
Tuesday on call at the Scottish Rite third Friday in the K. G. E. hall,
hall, Eaton and Simonton streets Fleming street. F. 0. Weech, C. C.;
Charles H. Ketchum, secretary. Dr. C. F. Kemp, Clerk.
Alpha Council No. 8, Knights Ka-s. ----
dosh, meets second Tuesday in each Pythian Sisters
month at the Scottish Rite hall, Eaton The Pythian Sisters meet the
and Simontoh streets. Charles H. second Thursday and the fourth
Ketchum secretary, Friday of each month at the Odd
fr ey est Conasitory No. 4, meets Fellows Hall, Caroline street. Mrs.
first Friday In each month at the Julla Sweeting, secretary.
Scottish Rite ball, Eaten and Simon. ___
ton streets,. Charles I. Ketchum, Improved Order of Red Men
secretary. Ticertail Tribe.h M. 10 t n n


Order of East" r Star
Fern Chapter No. 21, Order of
Eatwen Star, meets second and
ftMrtb Prlags at Seottish Rite hall,
-Eate l and Simnetoea street. Mrs.
.HLda Cenwtho'ne, secretary.


Meets the first Tuesday In each
month. Arthur H. Sheppard, seore-
tary.
Order of eMeoay
Robert J. Perry Chapter, Order
OeMolay, meets ever r Tuesday night
,.t 140 ati:8. ,
and Simonton streets. Harry Curry,
secretary.
United Spanish War Veterans
B. H. McCalla Camp No. 5, Unit-
ed Spanish War Veterans, meet
every fourth Friday of the month
In the Knights of the Golden Eagle
Hall, corner of Fleming and Grinnell
streets. George E. Spencer, "Camp
Adjutant.
Degree of Poeahontas
Minoca Council No. 18, meets ou
Ithe first and third Tuesday of the
uonth at 7 p. m. at the Red Men's
lall. Mrs. Annie Baker, Keeper of
records.
B. H. MeCalla Auxiliary
B. H. McCalla Auxiliary, U. S.
panish War Veterans, meets every
fcond Friday of the month in the
nights of the Golden Eagle Hall,
corner of Fleming and Grinnell Sts.
nnie Seymour, secretary.
P. O. S. of A.
iP. 0. S. of A. Camp No. 12, meets
ery. Tuesday night in their hall,
19 Duval street. Paul Archer, Sec-
etary.
Knights Golden Eaglo
The Knights of the Golden Eagle
meets every Tuesday night at the
hall, Grinnell and Fleming streets.
Percy M. Roberts, master of records.
D. 0. K. K.
Lamel Club, D. 0. K. K., meets
avery Tuesday night at their ha!l at
'leming and Margaret streets. G. J.
Ftricker, secretary.


** e* 0 e so e S

PAY THE BOYS
The'patrons of The Citizen *
*e reminded of their duty to
carrier boys, regarding pay- *
t to them for the papers each*
I ever) week. The boys
i to de'iver the papers with
arity and as they purchase
direct from this office,
patron who falls to pay
*Is the boys to lose Just
s nount. It is to be hoped
ot 11 will look after this little
matter each week as the amount
becomes due.
e


When the bowels are costive the
waste matter ferments, producing a
gaseow condition that is disagree-
able. To remove the Impurities
quickly, a dose of Herbine il needed.
Jk does the work thoroughly and
pleasantly. Price, 60c. Sold by Key
West Drug Co. T T S


M., meets every Monday evening it
the Wigwam, Elizabeth and Caroline
streets. Joseph Roberts, master of
records.
Amerlean Legion
Arthur Sawyer Post, No. 28, Amer-
can Legion, meets the second and
fourth Fridays of each month. L. Q(L
Lewis, commander; R. E. Faulkner,
adjutant.
Ladles of Golden Egle
Ladies of Golden Eagle, Florida
Temple No. 1, meets on the second
and f~ tlLkMoadays of the month
Ittho" Goldin Eagle Rall. Mrs.
Annie Baker, Guardian of Records.
P. 0. of A. Camp
P. 0. of A. Camp No. 4, meets
second and fourth Thursdays of each
month at the P. 0. S. of A. hall,
119 Duval street. Ailine R. Lowe,
recording secretary.
Overseas Camp, Royal Neighbors of
Ameriea
Overseas Camp, Royal Neighbors
of America, holds its regular meet-
ing at the Golden Eagle hall on the
fourth Thursday in each month, at
8 o'clock.
Modern Woodmen of America
Island Camp 17020,-M. W. A.,
meets on the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays
of the month ct 8 p. m. at the Red
,Men's Hall. John C. Park, Clerk.
La Asociacion Nuestra Sefiora do e aIs
Caridad del Cobra
Holds Its regular meeting on the
third Sunday of each month at 4
o'clock p. m. in the K. C. Hall, Di-
vision street. Mrs. Y. Ayala, Secy.
Knights of Pythias
Island City Lodge No. 14, K. of
P., meets the first, second and third
Friday in eabh month at the Odd
Fellows Hall on Caroline street.
Alfred Higgs, secretary.
Coral City Lodge No. 58, K. of
P., meets the first, third and fourth
Thursday in each month at the Odd
Fellows Hall on Caroline street.
Isle of the Sea Lodge No. 104, K.
of P., meets every Wednesday night
at the hal!, Fleming and Grinnell.


TODAY'S BIRTHDAYS
Lord Plumey, one of the twelve
field marshals of the British army,
born 66 years ago today.
Dr. William F. Warren, first presi-
dent of Boston University, born at.
Williamsburg, Majs., 90 years ago
oday.
Rt. Rev. William P. Remington,
Episcopal bishop of Eastern Oregon,
born in Philadelphia, 44 years ago
today.
Rt. Rev. Joseph L. Glass, Catholic
bishon of Salt Lake City, born at
T'ushnell, III., 49 years ago today.

J. Franklin (Home Run) Baker,
'ho has announced his retirement
'arim baseball, born at Trappe, Md.,
7 years ago today.

S Rtanworm.
One bottle Imperial Resema Remedy
tI guaranteed to be enough for any
rase. All druprnists are authorized to
refund your money if It falls. Adv.


THE KEY WEST CMTIZ3N


I


That morning lamncs-tha set
sharp pains when bending or lifting,
make work a burden and rest ilm.
possible. Don't be handicapped by
a bad back-look to your kidneys.
You will make no mistake by follow..
Ing this Key West resident's ex.
ample.
VMiss Emima Johnsoh, 908 'South.
ard St., says: 'I can hardly describe
the misery I endured from lame
back some time ago. I couldn't got
up or down and was helpless as far
as work was concerned. Some times
I had to sit up in a chair at night.
My kidneys didn't act right an
also suffered frqpc e wv- k.w. "
thltack o9iti iyd. I heard
Dean's Kidney Eills and one/ buA,
procured at .one's DrfUb t Store
tolioved me of ie backache and
headaches. Doan's also corrected
the kidney action."
Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't -
simply ask for a kidney remedy-
get Dean's Kidney Pills---the same
that Miss Johnson had. Foster-Mil-
burn Co., Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y.-

CONVENTIONS OPENING TODAY
El Paso, Texas-Southwestern Cat-
tlc Dealers' Association.
Mitchell, S. D.-South Dakota
Retail Plumbers' Association.
Portland, Me.-Master Plumbers'
Association.
Boston, Mass.-New England Mo-
tion Picture Theatre Owners.

For rapid healing there is nothing
like Liquid Borozone. It mends torn
flesh, heals cuts, burns or sores j
quickly no time is lost from work.
Price, 80c, 60c and $1.20. Sold by
Key West Drug Co. T T S
Forty-nine widows of soldiers of
the War of 1812 are still on the
United States pension list.



MRS. BUTLER'S

ACHES AND PAINS

Vanished After Using Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound

W. Philadelphia Pa. "When I cleaned
house last April must have overlifted.
afoer after that I had
pains and aches all
the time and was so
discouraged. I could
hardly do my own
housework, andI
couldnot cary a baa-
ketof groceries from
the store nor walk
even four or five
squares without get-
S ing terrible pains in
.my back and abdo-
men and lower limbs.
I went to visit a friend in Mt. Holly,
N. J., and she said, 'Mrs. Butler, why
don't you take Lydia E. Pinkham'u
Vegetable Compound?' My husband
said that if it did her so much good
for the same trouble, I should try it.
So I have taken it and it ia doing me
good. Whenever I feel heavy or pad
am able to do my work with pleasure I
ndam.getting strong and stout. I still
take the Vegefable Compound and Live ,
Pills, and am using Lydia E. Pinkhan'S
SanIative Wash. "-Mrs. CVARLBu BUT,-
LBB 1288 S.Hanson S,,W/.hila. Pa.
Write to Lydia E. Pinkham edlei4h
Co.. Lynn, Mass., for a co y
Lydia kham's Private t Book
upon Ailments of Women."


THE UNIVERSAL ELECTRIC IRON


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finAve 75 h" TO RUACH YOU BY
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dm d aH of not later than 6:80 o'clock if car-
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* future no deliveries will be *
S* made after that hour, So many *
subscribes state that they do *
not phone thinking the carrier *
is delayed. Even if this is the *
eliase we would prefer you to get *
Stwo papers rather than have you *
... -- take chances to miss your copy. ,
I If your papa L not delivered *
TODAY'S EVENTS by 6:80. do not hesitate to phone
--- The Citizen. A complaint boy,
One hundred years ago today died engaged solely for this purpo, .
Earl St. Vincent, the great British is ready to make immediate de-
admiral. livery.
Two hundred and twenty.five years. * * . * . *
'go today the first service was held
ia Trinity church, New York. COLDS ARE CONTAGIOUS
The Chicago Board of Trade Coughs and Colds are contagious
retches its seventy-fifth birthday to.d Coughs and Colds areat comentagious
day, having been organized on thia tre
'ate 1848they spread or develop into Flu and
.ate in 1"848, Grippe. Take no chances when you
Dr. William Fairfiel Wae can get Foley's Honey and Tar for
eminent theologian and first presr'J a few cents and quickly check coughs
eminent theologian and first pres- and colds. The constantly increase.
P Boston \University, celebrates Ing demand for Foley's Honey and
ins 90th birthday today. Tar, for three generations, has made
It the largest. selling cough medicine
The eleventh annual convention of!n the World. Contains no opiates
the Southern Cattlemen's Association -ingredients are printed on the
opens today at Roanoke, Va., and wrapper. Refuse substitutes. Insist
will continue for three days. upon Foley's.- The Key West Drug
-Co. M.1-lm
't the annual town meetings in Co.I M.___m
New Hampshire today the voters; will As a member of the State Board
-as upon a proposed amendment to f Control of Wisconsin, Mrs. Elika-
the State Constitution designed to I-cIh Kading, prominent lawyer of
facilitate tax reform legislation. Watertown, receives a salary of $5,.
( 00 a year.
WHY THAT LAME BACK?1 __


"'THERMAX" Electric Iron sell for
"UNIVERSAL" Electric Iron sell for


$5.00
$6.75


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THE KEY WEST ELECTRIC CO.



FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY
FLAGLER SYSTEM
Condensed Schedule Corrected to Jan. 2, 1923
SOUTHBOUND NORTHBOCN
ARRIVE LEAVB
9:10 A. M.-1RAI4S 85 AND 8$-HAVANA SPECIAL- 7:00 P. M.
5:40 P. M.-TRAINS 37 AND S8-KEY WEST EXPRES8- 8:50 A. M.
For Farther Insormation, See the Tieket Agent
J. D. RAHNER, General Passenger Agent.


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Caught in Key West





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changes and we change with
time. Compare the old sun
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IM E Jthe marvelous time keepers of
today. A steady progress to-
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which may have seemed to answer

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-G ...EIhT ..E "EY .NSI .1TIEN T SAY M R 13, 1923.


"State Bond Issue

Twenty Millions


164TH BRIGADE INTERNATIONAL RACE

TO PREPARE FOR IS AGAIN DELAYED.


MILARY TRAINI (Continued from Page One)


Sin the International Race will parti-
--r--- CTI S -cipate. This race is known as a
CAMPS THIS YEAR AT raffle race.
F o& r1 I Oa S -0 0r I CITIZENS' CAMPS THIS YEAR AT 1rcing Ir. Wood
T i Among other things Mr. Wood
FORT BARRANCAS, FLA.; Mc- said: "That it is the hope of the
PLAN MET WITH GENERAL APPROVAL BUT SUM CLELLAN, ALA. AND CAMP w re aolldthe crun users to
BELIEVED IN SOME QUARTERS TO BE IN- BRIGG, N. C., IN AUGUST .nd they are anxious for good
v weather so that the cruisers will be
SUFFICIENT TO COMPLETE VAST UNDER- --e to do justice to themselves.'
On board the Gar Junior with Mr.
TAKING Lieut. Col. R. L. Boyd, brigade ex- Wood is C. F. Chapman, ,editor, and
AKI ecutive of the 164th Infantry Bri- publisher of Motor Boating. He is
gade, U. S. Army Reserve, has re-! also pilot of the Gar Junior.
W. M. Corry. member of the state highways are also constructed. celved Information concerning the- The Shadow VI is owned by Carl
Vtat, Road Department, from' Among these might be mentioned the citizens' military training camps ; G Fisher, of Miami, The. Altonia II
Quiiivy, hvs proposed a State bond Tamiami Trail, a road from West vhich will be operated by the War, by A. C. Newby, of Indianapolis.
i-ue of twenty million dollars for Palm Beach to Lake Okeechobee Department at Camp McClellan, Ala., Under no consideration will the
higluv'ay construction in Florida. Mr. and around the head of the lake and amp Bragg, N. C., and Fort Bar-Itn yesterday be considered an of-
Corry's plan contemplates the build- thence to Arc dia, the Melbourne, rancas, l9a., during the nionth of iclal race according to the state-
hinfof State highways No. 1, 2, 3 Kissimmee road and possibly one August of this year. ihaent of the owners and captains of
and .1 from Jacksonville to Pensa-jother road between Melbourne and Under this plan young men between f'tt cruisers now here. Mr. Wood
"A, from the Georgia line near New Smyrna. Some attention !he ages of seventeen and twenty-. il that he would have returned to
|1 Ci.ty to Ft. Mygrs, from Jack- should also be given to r9ads In five will be accepted for a thirty-day Mihmi himself if he had not made
Ge r to Orlando and from the Pasco, Hernando, Citrus and Levy period of military training, and they previous arrangements to meet Mrs.J
G e t lin down the East Coast to couitiea. A highway from Tampa will be placed in camp under com- Wood here. .
M'iai1. An extension to Key West up.Athrdugh these counties, connect- petent Instructors and lead an active,' P '
is also to be included in the proposed ing the main highway at Guines- healthy outdoor life. In addition to PORT NEWS
plan. A constitutional amendment ville, would not be a bad idea. being given fundamental instructions .
will be necessary to petrmit the State; might take thirty mn illbn dol- ':: all military matters, including tar- Arrived, March 13: Dr9dge Bocas-
tossaue the bonds andsoaf course the lars to do this or even mte, ,but ,ct practice, they will return home deceniza (Capt. Wiggins from Char-
popl>le must approve of this. think of the vast area that would be ifter this month's outing in much lesson, en route to Colombia, S. A.,
Co-sideirable discussion has arisen opened for settlement that is now better physical condition than here- to do work ou the M,-'.'iaihlno river.
as to the cost of the local end of the; considered inaccessible, and who can ofore, and not only will they have IConsigned to Porter Dock Co.
pPi :osed highway project and it i estin0ate the millions that would be I served their government but they will led, March.Tug .gar F.
generally believed that $30,000,000 invested in real estate and improve-l profit by it in a physical way and !Saled, March1 Tue dgaor F.
will scarcely cover the total cost of ments in the neighborhood of these or years to come they will treasure Coney (Capt. Wiebe) for Nassu,
the work to be done throughout the; roads during the very few years heir association during this period towing dipper, dr ; and i .err-ick
state. following their completion. The with clean, healthful young men who ue. O wtt oii.n ir Tbr
Mr. Corry's plan is not bad, says State of Florida cannot make a bet-! 'hey met at this camp, ,th 1.ne Outfit coisigned ti Taylor
the Farmer and Stockman editorial- ter investment than to put thirty Under this plan the government and Company.
ly, though it is doubtful if 'he has or forty millions in a great system, pays 'the transportation to and from Sidled, March 13: Oil Tank Steam-
inmend a figure high enough to set- of good highways covering the State.0thc candidate's home, and while at er C>rning (Capt. Besse) for Tam-
tle the minin highway problem in the Mr. Corry's plan, elaborated upon 'l 'a'p the men are subsisted, clothed pico in ballast. Consigned to J. M.
Stats for awhile, because if the four as above suggested, would result in "'nd given any necessary medical at- WilsINn, agent Standard Oil Co.
ruo-d. mentioned are built, it is im- doubling Florida's assessed valuation mention n at the government's expense,'
prortant Lhat threi or four crofs- in a very few years. ihey are not paid for their ser- IL t te city of Washington the club
-. .... vices during this period. vonimen are organized as traffic of-
MRS. HARE'S HAIR STOLEN GIRL DIES IN BLIZZARD "asimluch as the applications wilh (.r to assist children and the ,fied
S--------- i ba ly exceed the number of men S ', dan (XIURlIDGE, Eng., Mar. 13.-Mrs. ADRIAN, N. D., Mar. 13.-Going who can be accommodated, It is re-;
Etiiablhth Hare's beautiful blond hair to a country school to get her little commended that application be made
w: cut off by a man while she was sister, Miss Florence Brouer was promptly.
cooking fnto a shop window. caught in. a-blizzard and perished, In his preliminary application the
Applicant should state age amount


ot schooling and shvu'* '- many
it by at least five le
sponsible citizens stai
know the applicant ancq k
Ike a young man of excellent reputa-
ion and standing in the community.
Also state in your application if you
have had previous military training.
ind if you have previously attended
i citizens' camp.
Colonel Boyd who in civil life 'is
district manager of the Southern Bell
Telephone Co., at Jacksonville, can
be seen in his office with reference
to this matter, or will answer cor-
respondence pertaining thereto.


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P Sale of


Naiy Siuplus



Bathroom and Toilet Fixtures

and Accessories


Almost anything in

WASH BASINS
SINKS
TUBS
LAVATORIES
URINALS
SHOWERS
.DRAINS
TANKS
FOUNTAINS
PUMPS


this line you want is listed in the Catalog
of Sale, including:
SOAP CUPS
SOAP DISPENSERS
TOWEL RACKS
TOILET PAPER HOLDERS
HEATERS
WASTE JARS
SHOWER HEADS
WASHERS
VALVES
TRAPS


and numerous other items.
To be Sold by Sealed Proposals, opening
11 A. M., TUESDAY, APRIL 3, 1923
S'At the Central Sales Office.
Tlis material s stored at the Navy Yards and Stations
throughout he United States, the larger portion on the
( 1. East. Coast
f "G 181 CONTAINS DETAILED INFORMATION,
'~R ""RMS OF SALE, ETC. WRITE FOR
"v TODAY

FIQE


FILER'S DRUG SUNDRIES
8. J. Filer, Prop.
S 80 DUVAL STREET
SJverythlug In Drug Sundries
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VOGHTS BARBER SHOP
423 Oroeno Street
Opposite Wolf's Old Smoke Shop
For Expert Barber Se. vie Visit
Our Shop
Hair "Cutting, Shampooing And
Massaging


FOR SLE




scratch Pads, about 4x6,
cut from Manila aper.
5 pads for 15c or 10 for 25c


Everybody Needs Them
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Supply Has Run Out




THE ARTMAN PRESS

125 DUVAL ST. PHONE 66


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New Millions Are Coming To florida

To [xpand Your Telephone System
IN a previous advertisement we reviewed the records and plans of the
Southern Bell Company as a whole, showing that the development dur-
ing 1992 in this section was tremendous and set new high records; that
the total investment at the beginning of 1923 was forty.eight million dollars,
and that thousands of new telephones were added.


Florida's telephone growth last year
also established new records and re.
quired the best efforts of a splendid
organization.
The gross additions to the telephone
plant in Florida during 1922 amounted
to $657.022 and 9,736 new telephones
were installed. jrhere were 6,237 die-
continuances, leaving a net gain of
, 1,499 telephones,
There are 26 Southern Bell ex.
changes in Florida with 34,488 tele-
phones and connecting with 31,651 tele-
phones of other companies in the state.
Approximately 230,000 local calls
were handled daily in Florida and
there were approximately 971,600 orig-
Inating long distance calls during the
year.
Florida's telephone system contains
about 67,000 miles of wire of which
14,000 miles are used for long distance
purposes, and there are 57,000 pole.
The telephone plant in Florida rep-
roeaents an investment of $5,991,972
and is built, maintained and operated
by 483 employee whose annual pay
ro is $1447,393.
These workers all live in Florida.
and most of them iare native bern. .
" They spend their wakes here at home
lor eed, olothiag, rent, light, heat and
tame just as you spend your salary.
The plans aor the growth and devel-


The magnitude of the plans may be
imagined when it is stated that e$,-
698,000 of new money will be required
in Florida aidne during the net five
years.
In this state it is estimated there
will be a net growth qf 20,621 new
telephones during this period which
will mean the installation of 40,980
nev telephones and the discontinuance
of 29,459 telephones.
This general expansion has already
,begun. The plans for this Year have
been made and the necessary capital
arranged for, though much will de.
pend upon the ability of the manufao-
turers to deliver the equipment and
material.
The growth of the telephone system
in Florida during 1983 will require
$925,000 in new money, to pay tot
work which muat be doe in all ee-
tlobs of the eAte.
It is estimated that during this yew
9,780 new telephones will be installed,
5,60 discontinued, making a net ioa
of 4,450 telephone for the year.
This accomplishment will give Flor-
ida a total of more .thanM 870 tele*
phone.
The telephone workers i Florida
approach their big tUk cheerfully,
confident of aoodmptislag it to par
satlefas.tion.


epment of the telephone system in They are encouraged by your eev.
Florida for the next five years are dence of *god w t,*11i fair treat.
such that the skill and energy of the meat you have ac or their. oem.
telephone organlatlon will be taxed pany and the conlderat yW have
to the utmost. displayed in time of dat1.,.


I SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE
AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY
i. -iiiil~a ','* -' mr -- ^ W1'


. JOHN LOWE, JR., SONS
DEALER IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE
Dealer and Retail Dealers in Lumber, Shingles
and Laths, Walter's Galvanized. Shingles, Alpha
Portland Cement, Congo Rubber Roofing, Key.
stone Calvanized Nails Ct.rey's Cement Roofing.
H. B. DAVIS 100 PER CENT PAINT AND OILS


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TUESDAY, MAUCH 13L 1923.




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