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Title: Key West Citizen
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Language: English
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Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West, Fla.
Publication Date: March 9, 1923
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
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THE


KEF


(EWBEST
MEMBER OF tHU ASSOCIATED PRESS


CITIZEN


VOLUME XLIX. No. 109. KEY WEST, FLORIA,, FRIDAY, MARCH 9,1928. PRICE FIVE CENTS


ARMY PLANE "HOP Off"


DELAYED AT MIAMI


--PLANE IS DISABLED

HOP-OFF WILL NOW TAKE PLACE TOMORROW


FROM CURTISS FIELD,


SAYS CAPTAIN


THOMAS LANPHIER, COMMANDING OFFICER
OF THE SQUADRON

(By Associated Press)
MIAMI, March 9.-Captain Thomas Lanphier, com-
manding officer 'f the squadron of six army airplanes
which started on a flight from Texas to Porto Rico, an-
nounced this morning that the hop-off from Curtiss'
Field here to Havana would not be made until Saturday.
The delay was caused by the necessity of overhaul-
ing one of the planes.
The rule requiring twenty-four hours notice to
Washington of the time for hop-off also figured in the
delay.
The hop-off will take place early Saturday, Lanphier
declared.


DUBOIS TOURING PARTY HERE

ENJOYED THEIR KEY WEST STAY

The DuBois touring party, num-
bering thirty, arrived in the city THE WEATHER
this morning from Tampa. After 1


enjoying several hours here the k --
party sailed on the Steamer Cuba for The following report of weati
Havana. They will return here conditions and temperatures was
Tuesday night. ued today by the United Sta
Tuesday night, Weather Bureau Station in K
R. B. DuBois in charge of the West. It covers the .wther tali
party tated toe-presentative df od report
The Citizen today that he will con- lowes at te peratures laty nd reporights'
tinue bringing, par\ties through -t lowest tenpTratures la night:
West this year until the middle of tbilene (pt. cloudy) ..... T.......
May. Ableneta (pt. cloudy) ................
Upon conclusion of the Rotarians Atlnta (pt. cloudy) ....................
convention St. Petersburg, more Bostonffalo louderr) .................... ...
than 200 of those attending the (harleston (pt. cloudy)......... ..
convention, and their families, will Chicago (cloudy) ............
form a party headed by Mr. DuBois Chicago (cloudy) ................
and journey to this city for a short Corpus Christi (clear)................
atay after which they will proceed to Galveston (clear)............
vpwana. On the 28rd of April more Dodge City (clear) ..........
a. 100 editors of various publica- Hatteras (clear) ........................
oole in Florida will pass through Huron (pt. cloud)...................
this city. This party will also be Jacksonville (clear)....................
under the supervision 'of Mr. Du. KEY WEST (elea) ....................
Bois. Louisville (pt. cloudy) ................
Those in the DuBois party today Miami (clear) ............................
laeluded: Mrs. Freda Joffe, Chi- New Orleans (clear) .................
cago, Ill.; Miss Vera C. Steele, De. New York (clear) ......................
troit, Mich.; Mr. and Mrs. ,Bert Sand Key (clear) ........................
anna, Detroit, Mich,; Mrs. Nettil St. Louis (cloudy) ........... .
Milligan, Detroit, Mich.; William K. Tampa (clear) .........................
lafferty and wife, Kingston, N. Y.; Washington (clear) ....................
Mrs. Clara Jacobson, Chicago, Ill.; Williston (cloudy) ........................
Mrs. James Taylor, Poughkeepsie,
. Y.; Mrs. R. W. Burns, s Kate FORTY VIRGINIAN
L. Matthews, Mrs. Grace Robinson, i'. 1 VK N A
Loudonville, N. Y.; Mrs. Mary _
Laurener, Brookline, N. Y.; Mr. and L 'A ( M D 1D1
Mrs. George M. Canfield, Caldwell, C. OF Ifi ilMEMBE
N, Y.; Mrs. Harriet R. Harrison,
Caldwell, N. Y.; Mrs. Jennie Epler, 1VDP T Tli
Pleasant Plainins. Ill.; Mrs. Nora R. FCQT D UTODAI
Claims, Mansfield, Ohio; Mr. and
Mrs. Guy Hawk, Newton, Kan.; Mr. PARTY OF FORTY TO ARRI
and Mrs. George Moore, Westerly,
R. I.; Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Curtis, FROM HAVANA THIS AFT
Hellyear, Raleigh, N. C.; Miss Mamie NOON ON THE STEAMSH
Goodwin, Fredickehall, Va.; Mrs O N T T..
Henrietta Hunt, Fergus Falls, Minn.; GOVERNOR COBB
Mr. and Mrs. George Baler, New delegation of the members
Yo'rk; Mis' Ruth-- W..deck, .St delegation of the members
York; Miss Ruth Waldeck, St. the Chamber of Commerce of Ri
______U___ imond, Va., and their families nm


LIGHTHOUSE CHIEF

HERE TOMORROW

H. B. BOWERMAN, CHIEF CON.
STRUCTION ENGINEER, TO
ARRIVE IN CITY


her
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tes
Key
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bering about forty are due to return
to Key West on the Steamer Gov-
ernor Cobb this afternoon from
from Havana.
The party will spend several hours
in this city and the secretary of the
local Chamber of Commerce requests
that all members of the local cham-
ber, who can possible make it, meet
the boat and take the visitors for a
ride around the city.
They will leave at 7 o'clock on
board their special car for the return
,trip to Richmond.


H. P. lBowerman, chief construe-
tion engineer of the Lighthouse Se- * * * * * a * * *
vice, will arrive in the city .tomor- *
row morning and will spend several NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS *
days in this city on an inspection --*
of the local department. He will be In future no copy for adver-
the guest of01 Superintendent William a tisements will be accepted af. *
. .imerritt. ter '11 a. m. for publication on *
During his stay here, Mr. Bower- th same date. The Citizen is *
man will inspect the proposed loca- compelled to make this rule for
, ,- ,'ar the erecting of the new the reason that so many adver- *
!,' 'hdihousc depot here. tigers walt until the last me-
The Tender rvy will' take Mr. ment to send in their copy, en.
Bowo-man and Superintendent De- tafling extra expense, anneces.-
eeritt for an inspection of the Sand sary rush and delay nla delivery *
Key Lighthouse and probably to Dry of the paper.
tortums and some of the other ret *
ag M u *i *.* *C** ** ***O* **


MIAMI


HAVANA


HEALTH OFFICER URGES STRICT

ENFORCEMENT OF HEALTH LAWS
Citizens of Key West are warned against unsanitary condi- :
tions that arise each year In the' warmer weather through the
S failure of mercha qt -'l f ilns fto observe city ordinances
passed on to prevent such cbnditions.
City Health Officer Dr. J.'Y. Porter, Sr., has written the
following message to the mayor calling his attention to the urgent
necessity of rigid enforcement' now that snirw- in approaching
* and has also solicited the aid of The Citizen itn broadcasting this
need. His letter follows:
Honorable Frank H. Ladd, Mayor,
City of Key West.
My Dear Mr. Ladd:
0 Your attention is respectfully invited to the failure of the
ordinance requiring fruit or vegetables when eaten in the raw
stage to be properly screened against flies. Summer is rapidly 0
approaching and before many weeks the temperature will be such
as will hasten the breeding of these insects.
It is not necessary for me toremind you that flies are great
carriers of disease gera, and as 'isgusting as the allusion is,
the thought cannot be supprsesd of the possibility of flies feed-
ing upon disease matter in mid, as, trailing over fruit and
vegetables which, when eaten, may -cause, not only sickness, but
possibly loss of life. There is a&t. a failure to screen ordinance
as applicable to hotels and boarding houses. This regulation has
of late been totally ignored and I would therefore respectfully
request that you instruct the Chief of Police to see that screens
are constructed and kept closed in restaurants, boarding houses
and hotel dining rooms and kithenb. The enforcement of laws
of the city lie' with the police and as head of the Police Depart-
ment you are solicited to cause them to be enforced.
* Very truly,
Vr. tDR. J. Y. PORTER, SR.,
*City Health Officer.


ALIEN PRISONERS ESCAPE







Local authorities to4ay were searching for seven alien
Italians, who were beirf dep rted to Cub a and who made
their escape this morning froU -the Steamer Cuba while she
was tied up at her pier dIte East Coast Dock.
The thirty-two aliens arriving here this morning on the
Cuba from Tampa were the same prisoners captured recently
along the West Coast when they attempted to make their way
into this country. Theytware ordered returned to Cuba and
were en route there whv n they made their getaway this
morning.
The Immigration authorities here have notified the police
department 'and county, fcials and it is thought that they
will be apprehended before naightAlL
The Cuba ailed at 11 o%lek *ainus the prisoners who
are stiR at large. t '


FRENCH TROOPS .WITHDRAW AT DORTMUND

FEW MEMBERS SeCURITY FORCES STILL FREE
(By Associated Press) ,
ESSEN, March J.-French troops have again been
withdrawn from 1Dortmund which they occupied
yesterday for the pubose of rounding up all members
of the disbanded security police, many of whom are still
at large.
The city was rigorously searched by French soldiers
and two hundred and seventy of the security force mem-
bers have been arrested and expelled fr6m the district
with a warning not to ,turn.
The city is agatffuiet.


ILLINOIS MINER KILLS CONSTABLE
UNDER INDICTMENT IN HEROIN RIOTS
( Associated Press)
WEST FRANKF IT, Ill., March 9.-Constable John
Kelley. of Zeigler, nea hed'e, under indictment in connection
with the Herrin mine Rots and killings, was shot and- killed
shortly before midnight last night by Dan Davis, a coal miner.
It was Kelley of wh0 Federal authorities complained
in regards to the laxit faw enforcement in the riot zone
during the niassacre t eA
Kl.'!y was finall.dicted in the evidence submited to
'a grand jury by the Il q| district attorney.

TWO CONVICT EDHA MURDERERS

GRANTED HEARING-POSTPONED
'Asasociated Press)
DEDHAM. Mass.,, arh 9.-A new hearing on motions
for a new tital in th a of Nicola Sacco and Bartolomeo
Van'etti, convicted o IUng a paymaster and police guard
three year A o, was tioned today tntil next Filday at the
request of the oounbel1 b th40 4 de6f -.
, NO t o t fW We0e h* Is b .
*', .' ... ~ A.


SATURDAY


Big International


SruiserRaceiWill


StOrt Tomorrow

BOATS LEAVE MI ON FIRST LAP FOR HAVA-
NA-SECOND LE TUESDAY FOR KEY WEST
ELABORATE' PLANS BEING MADE FOR THE
ENTERTAINMENT OF PROMINENT MEN

The International Cruiser Race will start tomorrow morn-
ing from Fisher's Dock at Miami Beach at 7 o'clock. On this
day the fastest cruisers in the world will lash the sea between
that city and Havana into white foam, as they endeavor to
break.all existing records for boats of their class.


Returning, the boats will leave
Havana on Tuesday morning for Key
West. They are scheduled to remal
over here Tuesday night and lea
on the last leg of the race to Mi-
Beach, Wednesday morning.
Entries to date are: A. C. Nev
Altonia II; Maurice Hec'
Shadow VI; Frederick J. Oslus'
o'-Mine; Edward G, Rornfh'r
nette and Commodore Gar
Gar Jr. II.
.Elaborate plans are be'
for the entertainment of t
ent men who will come
with the racers.
The race has heon ,
tier the auspices of th.
n former years, I
be sponsored by
Key West. -
If t a' death
moirrtw, the b,
ing until the
last year thte b
hard beating by
sea and the boat
to the rightful c,
better to delay
rather than st'
and possibly or
lars in damap
The trophy)
to the ownr
in the Hay
on display'
Duval at
The
from '
betwf
south>
Mai.
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, a. i .. A.,
may be made 1 k-he Chamber of
Commerce. The amount subscribed
toward the cup and shield is now
$43.00, leaving $42.00 to be sub-
scribed.
Previously reported ................ $ 29.00
Ocean View Club ...................... 5.00
J. Lancelot Lester ............. 1.00
L. Louis ............................... 1.00
H. Markovitz ....................... 1.00
J. L. Stowers ...................... 1.00
Piggly Wiggly ....................... 1.50
Joe Pearlman ..................... 1.00
A. Wolkowsky .................... 1.0O
Jake Aronovitz ....... ........... 50
A. Lucignani .......................... 1.00
Total .............................. $ 48.00
GUESTS BLOWN FROM BEDS
BERLIN, Mar. 9.-A dqzen guests
were blown out of their beds by two
gas explosions in the Hotel Adlon.

I AMUSEMENTS
MONROR THEATRE
TODAY AND. TOMORROW-
aThe Pride of Palomar."
STRAND THEATRE
TOO~r-^Oto wfta Vmh


I"I '-W*vm' .


I .


-KEY WEST RACE


* TRAVELLING AROUND *
* WITH PRES. HARDING *
* ORM.OND, March 9.--"Florida *
* is a state of wonder weather *
Sand wonderful smiles," Presi.- *
dent Harding said here today *
* while aboard his houseboat, *
* when asked how he and Mrs. *
* Harding were enjoying their *
* stay here. *
* A press representative of the *
* president said that the proposed *
* houseboat trip in southern *
* waters would depend upon the *
* condition of Mrs. Harding's *
* health and that the party ex- *
* pected to return for possibly a *
* -dy sta in St. uguatine. *
W 01et arding's ,
* 1easth had bcn excellent on the *
* trip down. *
* . *


U. S. WAR DEAD

TO BE HONORED

AMERICAN LEGION TO PROCURE
HEADSTONES FOR GRAVES
OF WAR DEAD

The Quartermaster General of the
Army has requestedthe local post of
the American Legion to assist in the
distribution and erection of marble
.eadstonoe for the unmarked grave
of all soldiers and sailors buried i
Lhe local cemetery. The headsto'
will be furnished free of cost, tr
,,ortation charges prepaid up
ceipt of application proper'
out by relatives 'or friends o
id soldlors or snailors. Tt-
::ill undertakesto intervieN
lives of the veterans btu
Key Wast cemetery and
in making the proper aw
grave markers. At the
there are fifteen or m.
graves of veterans in t
tory, a fact that has ,
glon no little concern
o: appropriate occasi,
has decorated the graN -
and flowers, but if relat,~ s and
rricnds of the dead veterans co-op-
erate with the Legion boys, next
Memorial Day will find all graves
protected by headstones.
The headstones now being supplied
hb the government for graves of the
world war veterans are of American
white marble, 42 inches long, tour
inches thick and thirteen inches wide.
Fach stone has a circle, two and one.
quarter inches in diameter, on the
front near the top, in which an em.
blem of religious faith, either the
crons or the tlar of David, is in-
ecribed. The star of David will be
shown in the circle for soldiers of
Jewish faith. The Inscription on the
stone consists of the full'name of the
soldier, the State from which he came,
his rank, regiment nad division, and
the date of his death.
Members. of the American Legion
*ill be glad to supply forms and
assist in preparing same. For fur-
ther particulars, see the Post Com-
mander of the Legion, second floor,
Kress Building.
The Legion plans to raise funds to
defray the cost of erection, which
will be slight. Thqrefore, the head-
stones will be absolutely tree so far
Sas retbtivs of so tam oe enmermed.








PAGE TWO


THE KEY WEST CITIZEN
V1111 ClTZ1I'iN ti'Hi 41SIIINN CO.
I. 1. AlTMAN, (i.General Mnnager
EIntered at Key V.'.st, Fla., as sc,,od vain matter
Mr, i, <,, o l tihe A ,tVitlt(lit lI'rea
The Ass,,i'lt td i'r. -s is xt isl. lviv ilithi l to us. for
rf'pul liirtio t 't f aill i ws disp:tl s redliti to It or
n o oth rwis' cridtilt, in this pal)lir an(I also tho
local Tnows pulillihtd ht rein.

O ne r ......... .... .. ........ .. . ... .................. 10.00
sIx Monithls ...... 5.00
Three MontH .. ... .... ..0..
W e ek ly .. .... ... ... .... ..... ... .. ........ 20
AnDV RISING HATHI.3S
la r In .ch ............... .... .. ... ....... $ 30
Readers, hr p\ ic, icr itoh ..... ... ......... ......... .SO
notices, nonpare l, p r inch ....... .................. 1.00
Cards of than s, resltIioinis ol ri'sp t in' l ctlhl iary
notiecs, 'lht r than th,,s,. whl.li t(In' >;ttor man )iv,. a:'
A. o maltr 1f ne\%s, will wI I'hart., it f,,r it the rat( of :i
i of church anid sutl'ety nd ti ll othpr ,'ntir-
talimecin.. '-ni whlh a r tm'c ,in to hp itriv(, t will
be charge,, fot'. 't the rate of r, cent rt line.
T'ht (Cltizen iu ,.. M."'n 1'irttri aril Invites dlls.ctuniion
of p lublic' isHItPl andI Sll)jt, local .i'.ril itriter-
eat, biut it will not 1iu,1,01h Itott nymots toniminlat'iluins,

Loyalty to our city costs us nothing and yield]
vast returns. Think about it!


A poster bearing this significant mess' ,e on a
lower l)tuvl street poster board has been t' mated by
a loyal citizen who believes in advertising to stimu-
late the loyalty of Key Westers.


France's hand is on Europe's jugular vein.


France, however, believes it is
coal that she is trying to throttle.


Anthony was the most powerful
until he tried to include Cleopatra
1ects.


just a vein of



man in Rome-
among his sub-


The moral is don't try to monkey with anyone
4e name includes that Irish syllable, "pat."


w that we've all concluded that Key West has
st climate in North America, let's advertise
to the rest of the world. They'll never
we don't.


"Citizen" to as many of your northern
think of.


about you, call
man.


yourself "no-


ES-AND SUCCESS

'en turned to ardent believers,
nd later believing, declares Dr.
methodd of self-cure through

"s all over the world have
policy for all to follow in
':ure of all our ills and
people, including some
practising not only
help" daily. Many
idea. They say it
consciously, since
i successful indi-

ig in it. Let
ve cannot eli-
ble qualities


boosterss
a help
short,
tough
and
hers
)re

a
"n < .nelol r. .'
tourist who passe. hilrough and a bened, ur.
selves who can live here and enjoy its fruits.


TOWNER TO SUCCEED MONT REILY

Horace M. Towner, the selection of President
Harding to succeed E. Mont Reily as governor of
Porto Rico, has long been a conspicuous figure in
Congress, where he has sat in the lower house as
representative of the Eighth district of Iowa for the
past twelve years. A native of Belvidere, Ill., he
attended the University of Chicago and then took up
the study of law. He was admitted to the bar in
1877 and began the practice of his profession in
Corning, Iowa, which place he still calls his home
town. In course of time he attained high standing
in his chosen profession and in 1890 was chosen a
Judge of the Iowa district court, where he continued
to serve for twenty years. He has teen honored with
the presidency of the Iowa State Bar Association
and has been a lecturer on constitutional law in the
State University of Iowa. During the last few years
of his service in Congress Mr. Towner has been chair-
man of the Insular Committee of the House.


FEDERAL CONTROL OF AIR

"I cannot but feel," says Charles M. Schwab,
"tQhat we are on the threshold of a new era in trans-
portation to be served by fast aircraft covering pre-
scribed lines which will speed up certain phases of
business and industry to keel) pace with the demands
of a mechanical age.
"Our fathers traveled by rail and steamb, at; we
are using the automobile; and it is reasonably cer-
tain that our children will fly. And for the sake of
our children, I feel that we should do everything
possible to make flying safe,
"I do not mean to imply that flying is particular-
ly dangerous. Far from it. Properly regulated and
properly conducted air navigation can be made safe.
It is only the unregulated use of aircraft with reck-
less "stunt" flying which has cost us lives.
"This, of course, is aside from the military and
naval use of aircraft, which is largely experimental
and consequently hazardous. The commercial use of
aircraft is the legitimate use although there is no
greater factor in the common defense of our coun-
try than a well-developed air power, Aircraft em-
ployment during the Great War, and in the aerial
bombing experiments against naval vessels since that
time, have given a conclusive proof of the military
and naval value of aircraft, both lighter and heavier
than air.
"That flying is safe, is proved however, in the
performance of commercial aircraft in this country
in the past two years. The air mail maintaining a
line running entirely across the continent, making 24
flights daily, has operated during the last 18 months
without a fatality, and has closely approached per-
fection in its schedule. Mail planes have left on time
and arrived on time in over 95 per cent of their
service, notwithstanding flying has been conducted
during rainy, foggy and snowy weather.
"Furthermore, those aircraft operating com-
panies which have approximated in their self-imposed
regulations the standards adopted by thq air mail
have carried in the last two years more than half a
million passengers without a fatality.
"The other side of the picture is not so pleas-
ant. The records for the year 1922 are not yet comn-
plete, hut in 1921 itinerant or unregulated aircraft
operations were responsible, I understand, for 49
deaths, most of which would have been avoided had
proper regulatory laws been in force, making inspect.
tion and licensing of pilots obligatory. Even this
record of unregulated flying is not so dismal when
we realize that such flying comprised more than two
and one-half million miles, and involved the carry.
ing of nearly 130,000 passengers.
"It speaks well for the ruggedness and stability
of American aircraft and the general excellence of
our flying personnel when we learn that this record
of deaths shows a greater degree of safety than that
of the European continental aircraft operations. Our
pilots in their haphazard flights were responsible for
a lesser number of deaths per passenger-mile than
the well-regulated subsidized air lines of Europe.
"Our problem is not a difficult one. It is
plainly a matter of regulation. An example of this
was brought out at the air meet and air races held
in Detroit last October, when racing machines under
competent control flew approximately 250,000 miles
at speeds ranging from 170 to 240 miles an hour with.
out so much as scratching an aviator. Speed fly-
ing in itself, I do not feel is dangerous. The real
danger lies in defective aircraft, both in the machines
and the engines, and undue recklessness and disre.
gard of flying conditions on the part of the pilot.
"To make flying safe the enactment of Federal
law is absolutely essential. Svuh a law should con-
trol the licensing of aircraft, their pilots, and the pro-
hibition of 'stunt' flying, except in restricted areas
during the training of flying personnel. A knowledge
of 'stunt' flying I understand, is necessary for pilots,
in order that they may properly handle aircraft which,
for one reason or another, becomes unstable, in-
stability being brought about by air pockets or un-
usual atmospheric conditions.
"Aviation fits into so many phases of our com-
mercial life that measures should be taken immediate.-
ly to regulate and foster its growth and control. There
is, at the present time, a bill before the committee
on interstate and foreign commerce, at the House of
Representatives, for creating a bureau of civil aero-
nautics in the department of commerce, and squarely
placing the responsibility tor the regulation and con-
trol of commercial flying upon the shoulders of the
government. This is, as it should be because unified
control in the hands of the general government, will
preclude conflicting legislation on the part of the
various states and will tend to reduce confusing and
ill-conceived rules and requirements which would


hamper rather than assist in the development and
general use of air navigation.
"Together with the regulatory measures pro.
posed, the government will be required to furnish
navigational facilities for day and night flying and
for the regulation and at various points throughout
the country. This is conformable to government aid
to shipping through the establishment of docks, break.
waters, lighthouses, and buoy and beacon systems,
which have comment of ocean-born commerce and
safety in its use."


Tutankh-amen has evidently gone back to sleep.
King Tut's publicity agent, however, seems tp be an
old man with very modern ideas on exploitation.


* PAY THE BOYS
* The patrons of The Citizen
* are reminded of their duty to
* the carrier boys, regarding pay-
* ment to them for the papers each '
* and every week. The boys
* strive to deliver the papers with *
* regularity and an they purchase
* them direct from this office,
* every patron who fails to pay
* compels the boys to lose just
That amount. It is to be hoped
that all will look after this little
matter each week as the amount
Becomes due.
S
**ee****** *** ** C C

IN THE DAY'S NEWS
Payson Smith, who has been elect-
ed president of the department of
superilraIeonce of the National Edu-
cation Association, has been Commis-
sioner of Education for Massachusetts
since 1916, in which year he went to
Massachusetts from Maine, where he
had occupied a similar office for
nine years. Dr. Smith is a native of
Portland, Maine, who, after studying
at an academy ill his home State, and
at Tufts College, entered the teach-
ng profession, and within the bor-
ders of the Piiiatree State built up
a reputation for ability and admini-
strative efficiency that led ultimately
co his being put in charge of Maine's
educational system, During his ad-
ministration he did much to estab-
lish on a better basis the status of
the rural school, and to give the call.
ing of teacher greater dignity within
the Commonwealth,

TODAY'S EVENTS
One hundred and fifty years ago
today was born Commodore Isaac
Hull, who commanded the Constitu.
tion in the famous battle with the
Guerriere.
At Winchester, Ky., memorial ex-
orcises will be held today for the
forty persons who lost their lives in
the collapse of a motion picture
theater ID that city five years -ago
today.
Swedish societies throughout the
United States will hold meetings and
banquets today in commemoration of
the anniversary of the death of their
distinguished countryman, John Erics-
son, and of the battle between the
Monitor and the Merrimac.
Th Mnniversry of the birth of
41,lorrost a to be observed in
XP1iladlphia with a ibig theatrical
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people of the stage.

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Major General Charles P. Sdo-
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suggested to head the Veterans'
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for at skin eruption
You don't have to wait to know that
Resinol Ointment Is going to overcome
your skin trouble. It gives such quick
relief from the itching and burning and
so generally succeeds in clearing away
the enhption that, with Resinol Soap,
it is the standard skin treatment in
thousands of homes.
Resnool prodictt sold by all druggusts.


JAPANESE DEMAND

EQUAL TREATMENi


COMMITTEE APPOINTED TO
CONFER WITH GOVERNMENT
OFFICIALS

(By Associated Press)
TOKIO, March 9.-At a meeting
of Japanese interested in American
trade, there being 180 present, t
resolution was passed urging the
government to endeavor when the
American Japanese commercial
treaty comes up for revision to se-
cure equal treatment for Japanese
in America.
A committee was appointed tc
confer with the government offi-
cials. To this committee Mr. Tanaka,
vice-minister of foreign affairs ex-
plained that the American-Jhpanes<
commercial treaty of July 1911 was
made valid for twelve years but
with the stipulation that it should
remain in force thereafter unless
both or either signified six month
in advance its intention to revoke
or revise it. America has expressed
no such desire and Japan has no in-
tention of doing so.


FEW FOLKS HAVE


WITH DIXIE HINES

Nt'W YORK, Mar. 9.-The play of
the day-or night-is "You and I,"
l~ Philip Barry, awarded first pr xz
in the annual Harvard piny contest.
It was produced Monday night at the
lihnmunt Theatre by Richard G. Hern-
don, who cast the roles with H. B.'
Warner, Lucile Watson, Regihald
Mason, Ferdinand Gottischalk, Geof-
frey Kern, Frieda Inescourt and
floatrice Miles. Robert Milton staged
it with skill and care, and the play
itself proved to be one of the most
delightful comediv. unfolded here
this year. There is skill in the vrit-
ing of the play, skill of construction
far beyond the experience of the
young playwright, and skill in fram-
ing his bright lines so they do not
ore. The theme, too, is fresh. Here
is a man who goes through life as a
soap manufacturer when his soul
craves an artistic career. As he tells
his son, just budding into manhood
and with a cherished desire to be-
-ramo an architect, if our ideals are
:ot followed in our youth, they nre
everr followed. He reminds the
young mn that business has but one
dimension.
r The story does not bear repeating.
It is fraui but human. It is made
vital, frivolous and tragic by the
acting. Nothing better has been seen
than the work of this excellent cast,
) and the iarvard class from which the
playwright was developed. Only too
often these "contests" prove how ab-
solutely futile they are, but "You
and I" takes its position with, the
best comedies produced in a decade, I
and they include plays by Barrie
.a;d )Mi]bn, tt mnentioni t tbwo bright
g writers.


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GRAY HAIR NOW


.Druggs Says Ladies Are Using
Reelpe of Sage Tea sod
Su lphur,


"Unless there is a change shortly,"
bessie Barriscale wisely advises,
'men and women of the stage will
be identified with the scandals in
which. they are mixed up instead of
tiwe plays in which they have ap-
peared."

In New York a law has been pro-
posed making it a mindomeoanor for a
person to represent himself or her-
"elf as an actor or actress unless
they have actually so appeared, This,
in the opinion of members of the
theatrical profession, will considera-
bly minimize the number of "ac-
tresses" involved in scandals.
New York is all Russian now. We
have Russian operas, Russian dramas,
the Chauve Souris, Russian restau-
rants, Russian boors and everything.
A flapper, seeking to keep abreast
of the time., was talking with Tyrone
Power. Mr. Power has a very fine
library, and the flapper wanted to
borrow a book.
"I have read so many Russian
novels," she raved, "and I think they
ate perfectly adorable. And Tolstoy!
Isn't he Just wonderful? I do so
want. tovreadhls bloodd Bye.' You
don't happen to have it, do you?"


1ait that loses its color and "There are, in the new crop of
luste. or when it fades, turns gray. T are, the new
dull d lifeless, Is caused by a laek plays," Whitford Kane protests, "too
of sWl Ihur in the hair. Our grand- many that we have seen before and
mother made up a mixture of Sage tooa many that we could never see."
Tea and Sulphur to keep her looks --
dark and beautiful, and thousands Actors have strange hobbies. Young
of women and men who value that lenry Irving wrote a book of crime
even color, that beautiful dark and criminals some time ago, and it
shade of hair which is so attractive, was a mighty interesting book.
use only this old-time recipe. William Faversham will find time be-
Nowadays we get this famous mix- tween acting to write a book on his
ture improved by the addition of stage mishaps. These, mishaps were
other ingredients by asking at any nothing to Joke about at the time,
drug store for a bottle of "Wyeth'slbut in retrospection Mr. Faversham
Sage and Sulphur Compound," is able to write most felicitously.
which darkens the hair so naturally, .ust at present he is acting a Sutro
so evenly, that nobody can possibly' sketch in vaudeville while Ethel Bar-
tell it has been applied. You just rymore acts a Sutro play on Broad-
dampen a sponge or soft brush with 'N'y. Mr. lFavershamn hinimelf will be
it and draw this through your hair, 'n Broadway next season as a pro-
taking one small strand at a time. 'nucr-actor.
By morning the gray hair disappears; -
but whiat delights the ladies with' 'hilip Barry, the young Yule grad-
Wyeth's Sage and SIlphur Com- ,iate who went to Harvard and studied
pound `9 that, besid-s beautifully !aywriting with the result that he
darlkcn,'ng the. hair after a few ap- won the first prize with "You and I"
plications, it also brings back the which Richard G. Herndon produced
gloss and lustre and gives it an ap- ;,tNew York last week, has started
pearance of abundnnce.-Adv. a feud in New York between Har-
---. v yard and Yale. Each ila;'.H liii,, an I
BOY CRI A NABED rich has acclaimed his pliy. As f
BOY CRIMINAL NABBED matter of fact, the play is acclaimed
ST. LOUIS, Mo., Mar. 9.-Enough, by press and public as well.
explosives to blow up a dozen banks,
many skeleton keys and "jimmies" PREVENT FLU AND GRIPPE
were found in the possession of 15-
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tearing railway cars is the conclusion
reached after a long series of careful
tests by the Swedish state railways.


3 GIRLS SHOT AT DANCE.


CHICAGO, Mar. 9.-Three girls
C- lTI dcee modhwere shot and seriously wounded at
IjR~y( 3 dance near Hammond when a
B th Z estatemiroMeli .[ drunken man opened firo upon the
heMtbob w- dancing floor.

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Carl Fenton's Orchestra
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Starlight Bay-Fox Trot
Only Just Suppose.-
Fox Trot
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Inal and brilliant Fntuon
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Instrumental
Capitol Grand Orchestra
Erno Raped, Conductor
No. 1868
In a Monastery Garden
(Ketolbey)
Concert Orchestra
,Cavallerta RButicans-
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No. I "Little Bit of
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CHURCHES CONDEMN
SUNDAY SPORTS
(By Associated Press)
SYDNEY, N. S. W., March 9.-
Condemnation of sports and other
amusements on Sundays and a plea
for a more Christian observance of
the Sabbath were contained in a
manifesto just issued by the Angli-
can, Presbyterian, Methodist, Cor-
gregational and Baptist churches of
New South Wales.
The manifesto states that the
church leaders view with deep
anxiety the growing disposition on
the part of many persons to "rob
the Christian Sunday of its distinc-
tive character, and In that way lies
grave peril to the moral standards
of the people." Definite ,.action
against Sunday sport has just been
taken by the Victorian cabin,"
which provided for the prohibition
of the playing of games in public
places on Sunday.

SOLDIERS IN BANDIT GANG
GENEVA, Mar. 9.-According to
the Swiss police, ten Italian and
French ex-soldiers are operating as
bandits in Geneva, having committed
many robberies.

ONLY CHURCH ESCAPES
BLYTH, Eng., Mar. 9-A Metho-
dist church was the only building that
Escaped destruction when fire de-
stroyed the town's central section.
There is practically no tin pro-
duced in the United States from do-
mestic ore.

n CuresM Milari, hmlI
adV F r Ip qw-.I
or Dweds tew.


PAGE THEN?


MRS. SIMS GUILTY;

FORGES NAME OF


This Will Ward Off

And Break Up Colds


SECRETARY HOOVER;


IN PROMOTING WORLD RADIO
CORPORATION IN NEW1
YORK CONVICTED GRAND
LARCENY

NEW YORK, March 9.-Mrs.
Myra Cleveland Hill Sims, who was'
accused of having used the name of
Secretary. Hoover in an effort to
promote the World Radio Corpora-
tion, has been convicted of grand
larceny by a j'jry which heard com-
plaints of investorss in world radio
stock.
Mrs. Emily Thompson, a beauty
parlor employee, the principal witness
against Mrs. Sims, testified that shell
had given the defendant $500 to in-
vest In stock of the World Radio
Corporation on her representation
that Secretary Hoover was to become
president of the corporation, a spe-
cial act of congress having been
passed to enable him to accept the
post.
Mrs. Thompson's sister, Eva Han-
son, and Mrs. Elizabeth Wright, also
were said to have invested in the
belief that Mr. Hoover was presi-
dent of the corporation. The three
women, who gave Mrs. Sims ap-
proximately $7,500, testified that
they had been given to understand
by Mrs. Sims that she was the wife
of a nephew of Rear Admiral Sims,
a relative of the late President Grover
Cleveland, and also a relative of:
former Governor David B. Hill of
New York.
Mrs. Sims will be sentenced on
March :.3.

Extensive experiments in the art*i-
:icial reforestation of the Ohio Val-
ley region with poplar and other
hardwoods, adaptable for pulp mak-
ing, are being conducted by a pulp
Mnd paper manufacturing concern of
Dayton.


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CLASSIFIED
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is recornised Ms the aruranteed
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THE KITr WEST CITiZE


BIGGEST SAILFSH TODAY'SALENDAR OF SPORTS
Racing: Meeting of Jefferson Par-
P TUAD IDlr l u D ish Fair Association, at New Orleans.
Rn EDHERE Meeting of Cuba-American Jockey
Club, at Havana. Meeting of Tia-
BY KEY WESTERS .iuana Jockey Club at Tiajuana.


CAPTAINS FRED AND PAUL
DEMERITT CATCH BIG FISH
WE r i GI I M NINFTY.FIVE


Cycling: Fifth day of six-day race
i Madison Square Garden.
Football: Annual meeting of inter-
collegiate football rules committee, at
New York.


FRIDAY. MARCH 9, 1923.


work; regular hours or part time. MRS. FRANK HARRIS MEETING Sskn. The coor is
S. H., P. Box 465, Key West, -- -- ss to is edge
Fla. M. 6-5t FUNERAL TODAYI Arthur Sawyer Post No. 28, Amer- l toe 1 wedge
NANTED-Those who desire -ican Legion, will hold its regular In the United States, say J. N. sloped. As comfol
graved visiting cards to ve a. Mrs. Amelia Ann Harris, age 48 meeting, Friday, March 9, at 8 p. m. Fore, pecia expert, and DrJ. good-looking. On
their ordersin eArtman Press, years, wife of Frank Harris, passed in Waite's Hall. Several members Heath Srvice, in a recent Public brand-new Walk
125 Duval "reet, InThe A ta e awhay at 8 o'clock last night at her are to be initiated and other -m- S i i a ublic
building. a2;late home, 750 Carson Lane, after portent business will come up for H th port, smallpox depends on nOW being shown.
buid in. ..-..Ja" A-llness of several mrMths.--. a-ttlemnt. Come out and enjoy I voteS S 7 of tle
WANTED-Every one in Key West Fneral service will be held this yourselves. R x tatistic twenty states
who can read English to subscribe afte.n ,on at 5 o'clock from the ROY E. FAULKNER, orthe last six years and of the
for The Key West Citizen. a24 reside of her daughter, Mrs. Ella M. 8-2t Post Adjutant. cination laws in the samestates
Johnson, Southard street and Hunt's --- indicates thatyedthhe people have gen aws
FOR SALE Lane. Services will be conducted The Pacific Northwest produces rally obeyed the vaccination lawI
RA TF forat the Congregational church, Rev, nearly $400,000,000 worth of lum- that thme t havemadie. Whe re op
RADIO OUTFIT for sale, 1 receiv- T. J. Armstrong officiating. I her a year. Iak sentiment has sustained a strong
ing set, $15, gets the music; 1-2 centralized compulsory vaccination'
stage amplifier, $15. Address, P. ----------- ------ ------ ------- act smallpox is today negligible; I

RUBBER TAMPS en i needFELLOW MEMBERS OF BENCH AND BAR o thoritehavene A. LOUI
of Rubber Stamps-See The Art- rise; and where the laws have lack-t
LAMENT LATE JUDGE HARRIS' DEATH---n Kre
man Press, 125 Duval street, Key J ed compulsory features or there have
West, Fla. been no laws the rate is high.
-ORITD SO T SIn the twenty states considered
R PRINTED SOCIETY STA. four eastern states show a combined
125 Duval street. The following resolution was re- charity than he did for fees. In nsmallpox curve that has been at a -.
15Dvlsre.- cived here today from members of argument in court, he employed the yconsstently low ars S even southern states and six A I T
SIGNS-"Furnished Rooms for th Miai bar in joint expression offorce of the best logic; he was in. central states show c te d s NATurves thIONAL W. Cat a. TreU. *
Rent." Signs for sale at The : tellectually candid and broad-mind.'-v
etnt.n rs 1 Lrge, aclhe regret o the occasion of the sudden ed, and with a great gift for lever much higher andare very similace DOING GOOD WORK
easily read type-15 cents each death of the late Judge W. Hunt and forcible exposition of his views.,each other, though that of the cn- U U VU VIU
tf Harris: For a number of years he was a tl states is about twice as high as
.. RE SOLVED: That the members ofl member of the Senate of the State that of the southern states. The *
FOR SALE-Scratch pads, 6 pads the Eleventh Judicial Circuit of t,.e of Florida, and presided over that three Pacific Coast states show a PROPERTY ALL OVER U. S. DE.
of 100 sheets each, size 4x6, 15c Stitte of Florida. in and for hoe body in 1907. His name is as well most extraordinary' increase in the
or 10 pads for 25c. Going fast, county of Dade, lament the sudaIce known in Tallahassee as it is in this disease, the smallpox curve having; VOTED TO COMMUNITY
get them while they last. Apply at and untimely death of Honorable WV. Circuit. He made his mark on the soared from one nearly as low as *
The Artman Press. Aug. 19-tf IHunt Harnis, Judge of the Criminal legislation of this State. that of the eastern states in 1915 WELFARE WORK *
Court of Records of 4he County of In politics he was a Democrat, to0 one( eight times as high in 1920. *
LOST I Ionroe, State of Florida, and record and worked assiduously in every I Within each of these four geo- *
LOST--Between Gordon Tea Room i tir app,',ciation of s learning, campaign for State and Federal of- graphical groups, the better the (By Associated Press)
and Stck Island, a large apude- ability and high character, the deep fice to secure the election of the status of vaccination in the law, the CHICAGO, March 9.-In a survey
dS k l aa'. low'r in the smallpox % rate. The
shape four-prong Spanish comb, regret with which they now cherish candidate of his choice; and he never n e of its philanthropic work just made,
black and tortoise-shell, set with his memory, and the great loss to backed a candidate until and unless stat' s where vaccination of school the National Woman's Christian ,
shine stones. Suitable reward. the Bar and to the State of Florida, he knew that the man was a loyal lchilden mallpox, averallyingredhav Temperance Union is devoting more
Return to Citizen Office. M. 9-2tx c _onediarris ws bon in Pt. Cou- ried an rigood Dntlemrat, a l year for a community of a hundred than one hundred pieces of property
Judge Harris whas born in Pt. Coub t- t sans Christian gentleman. 1 inhbitants; the states ia the United States to the comfort
LOST-Yesterday, somewhere be. pee. La., 53 years ago. At the! He loved his friends. He loved theousa inhabitants; threquirement of women and children in an efforti
tween sunrise and sunset, two age of 20 he moved to Key West the State of his adoption; he loved have th113 cases, per year for each requirement of maid in community welfare, accord- thl
golden hours, erch set with sixty where he residepa(4ntil his death. le Key West, its history, its traditions, have 113 caset s p year for each te idn communsre of iantropic Go
diamond minutes. No reward i '.,s admitted to the Bar of Florida its people; he loved his country, her hundreds thousand persons, a rate lag to a survey of itsed philanthropIc G
offered, for they are gone forever. n t13, and practiced in the State system of government, her contribu high nouh to evake it possibl that work just c homple atedfou. rteenf
-Horace Mann. mi cd United States Courts of this tins to human liberty and to the o ie rson out of every thirty would The survey staihows that fourteen r fu
FOUND State since his admission. His progress and civilization of the smallpox.me hav a attack Some of these are scintain hools while sev- fu
knowledge of law was vast; his prac- world. He was through and through eral are voluntary rescue homes. to
FOUND-Red bicycle Tuesday imorn- i;ce included every branch of the law. an American. I YA There are community buildings in a ca
ing. Can be found at 1101 Flor- le was a recognized authority on Resolved, that these resolutions be' WAll" A A ll Y hHl T number of states and about fifty wo
ida street. W. E. Burton. Call Admiiritcy law in this District. presented to the Bar, and that copies ANCHORED HERE Americanization centers over the E.
after 5 p. m. M. 7-3tx He succeeded Judge L. W. Bethel, thereof be spread upon the minutes country, the best known of these be- en
___5_._X_- iin 1911, as Judge of the Criminal of the Circuit Court of Dade Coun- ON WAY TO PACIFIC ing the one in Bridgeport, Conn. ho
PERSONAL Court of Record of Monroe County, ty, Circuit Court of Monroe Coun- -- At San Diego, Cal., the W. C. T. thi
.... ____" and held that office until his death, ty, Criminal Court of Dade County The Yacht Noma, owned by Rod- U. maintains a home center for sol-
Transformations, Ponmpadours, His administration of the law was and Criminal Court of Monroe Coun- man Wanamaker, and which Is diers, sailors and marines. There is
Switches Puffs, made out of your tempered with mercy. He knew ty. chartered by several scientists, ar- a Francis E. Willard home for girls ch
bombings recolored to matchir. Faded har every citizen in Key West, and his Resolved, that the Bar presents rived in the city yesterday after- in Los Angeles and at Highland lcl
goods re-colnall fin wored to match. AtExcep- judgment was always based upon to the family of the departed Judge noon and will remain several days Park, a home for women and chil- an
tionally fine work guaranteed. At that knowledge when he announced its sincere sympathy and -condolence here. dren. Oakland, Cal., also has a home th
Biele's, 421 Caroline. Jan 10-m his sentences in criminal cases cornm- in their bereavement. The yacht is en route to the Gala- for girls. Michigan with its two
MISCELLANEOUS ing before him. Those who came Resolved, that the Chairman be pagos Island in the Pacific Ocean, homes for girls is a'close second to
before him for sentence knew that requested to transmit a copy of on a geological expedition. California while Iowa, New Mexico, s
PRINTING-For printing phone 66 at his hands they would get justice; these resolutions to Mrs. W. Hunt The scientists on board are Alabama, Indiana and Illinois also
and our man will call. The Art- he thought of the family of every Harris. anxious to obtain some rare specd- lead in this type of welfare work.
man Press, 125 Daval street. person he sentenced; and it pained Resolved, that copies of these reso-, means of birds and animals which are Four states have old ladies' homes
I him when his punishment seemed lutions be given to the press of Key to be found on this island. They and seven states maintain summer
The creation of the automobile heavy. He was always ready to West and Miami. say that the natural and original rest cottages. Many of the state
happened by accident, This was I lead the erring on to the paths of Respectfully, state of the world, as it was 500, and local union headquarters also
brought about by the many explosions virtue, not only with advice, but A. J. ROSE years ago, is now becoming extinct, 'serve their communities as Ameri-'
of the kerosene lamp due to gasoline, I with financial backing. He gave BART A. RILEY and they desire to get some speci-' canization, child welfare or social
which the imperfect distillation pro& every man his chance. J. H. SWINK mens of animals which are now rare centers.
cesses in the early days of experi- As a counselor he was wise, just, R. B. GAUTIER in this country. "Some of this property has be"
ments left in the kerosene. To pre- kind. His office in Key West was MITCHELL D. PRICE 'They point out that these speci- left to the W. C. T. U. through
vent these explosions, the oil was open to the rich and the poor; he H, PIERRE BRANNING means will',be in great demand with- legacies but the larger part has been
more carefully rectified. did as much if not more work for WILL H. PRICE lin a half cetuTry. acquired by purchase made possible,


WIFE ORDERED TO PAY
HUSBAND ALIMONY
(By Associated Press) *
LOS ANGELES, Mar. 9.-
Frederick Moon, 70 years old, ,
sued for divorce by Lou Ethel *
Moon, 40, was awarded alimony *
of $15 a month by the superior *
court. *
"Mrs. Moon is strong and *
able to work," ruled the court, *
"while it is evident her husband *
is too feeble to support himself. *
She married him for better or *
for worse, and she must stick to *
her bargain." *
* *


rough gifts," said Miss Anna A.
ordon, world and national president
the organization.
"It has been our object to use our
ads in establishing permanent use-
i memorials for daily helpfulness
our neighbors that we might
rry out the wish expressed in the
irds of our great leader Frances
Willard when she said,-'It is not
ough that women should be the
me-makers, but they must make
e world itself a larger home."
Two hundred and fifty years ago
ildren in England 'were sent to
hool with nipes in their satchels,
d the schoolmaster called a halt in
eir studies while thiy all smoked.




Jennie B.deBoer

Notary Public

Citizen Bldg.


Payment forclaifed advertiD RYWH POUNDS Basketball: Nebraska State inter-
aentse i invariably Ia advance, but -- scholastic tournament, at Lincoln.
ugla advertism wit l*dgr I I Tennessee State interscholastic tour-
*unnts may have their advTrtiMsemnt IALL naiuent, at Nashville. Maine State
obarged. U AThe largest sailfish to be caught interscholastic tournament, at Orono.
Advertisers should give their street AA C T M in Florida waters this season was Kentucky State interscholastic tour-
address a well as their telephone* ALAR captured yesterday at the edge of nametl at Lexington. Connecticut
*umber if they deslre rtult. e gul stream about five miles Valley interscholastic tournament, at
S FOP.R AENT R from this city by Captains Fred and Springfield. Vermont State inter-
f R Paul Demeritt, of this city. Iholastic tournament, at Burlington.
FOR RENT-Five-room furnished Paul Dmertt, of this city. i Mississippi State interscholastic tour-
'alurtn;.'nt, 1029 Fleming street. The captured fish weighed ninety-1 iLiuAt, at Agricultural College.
M. A0-6tx five pounds and measured seven I --
- -- CARROL WETMORE AND CHIEF feet and nine inches. It was sold Bench Show: Annual show of West-
INQUIRE 303 Whitehead Street for
partly furnish ad Stor apart- PINDER'S HOMES SLIGHTLY to the Rios Fish Company who has ern Reserve Kennel Club, at Clive-
a reaoy market for these fish in land.
ment. M. 5-6t DAMAGED rY FIRE THIS Cuba where they are considered a!
FOR RENT-Furnished rooms and MORNING' great delicacy. Track: Kansas-Missouri dual in-
aatmet Modern conveni e, M The Dnneritt brothers, who are 1 0our0 et, at Kansas City.
apartment. Modern conveniences, reputed as the best fishermen in
r ened throughout ec 6 / y this vicinity, left Key West yester- Swinming: National A. A. U. 220-
on. h fi_________. Tie Mar insystem of< th, -ityi day to fish for yellowtails and yard race for men, at Pittsburgh. Na-
FOR RENT--lurnishied lower flat, was:' ,t of orl, r for scvyral hous igroupers, which is their daily cus- tonal A. A. U. 440-yard relay for
modern conveniences. White Street. this aft'crnoon, following the burning tom, they were fishing with a thirty women at New York.
Apply 503 Duval. Fob,. 27 of th wires ulf the department on thread cotton hand line, when the i
l----- wres-if-he-dpartent n Filffish was hooked. Golf: Annual Spring tournament,
FOR RENT--Furnished rooms, with C(ounty Road, shortly itter 11 o'clock was a mighty battle the mon- t n ual st pring tournament
or without private hath, .121 D)u- today. The tail of a kitty being flow). ster put up for his life with the two
val street. M. 5-6tx iy a boy taiughld around the highly exP't fishermen. The line which boxing Central A. A. U, cham-
FOR RENT-eLower lt mnlt, n ar r^- i o th Electric Company was 100 yards long was run out four p"ionshiCs a : a A
line street; living room, dining :and the Fire Departmnent, the wir time, it tok orty-e minu Caneyvs. Frankie Garcia, 12 rounds,
room, kitchen, two bedrooms con- of the department in that vicinity fall. "for the fisherm n to succeed in it Youngstown. Sammy Mandell vs.
necting, bath and running water. ing to the ground and catching fni he Denteritt brothers state that Joey Sangtor, 10 rounds, at Minnea-
Screened throughout. Johnson & The hone of Fire Chief Pinder, on he e rttl e rsth o ta ta polls.
Johnson. Muar 7-3t South street, and Carrol Wetmore, while the battle with the fish was
__,_-.__ ._ ____ enginener of the waterwtirks, on Cath- being waged, a school of thirty or
WANTED eriue and White streets, where fire more sailfish swam around and VACC lliJNIN Ij
-- alarm gongs are installed, caught around their boat. A IO N 1
WANTED-Man with car to sell fire. At the home of Chief Pinder Hundreds of tourists hearing of WAV T
complete line low priced Tires and damage amounting to more than $50 the capture of the sea monster visit- I WAY T
Tubes. $100 per week. Sterling was reported. There was a slight ed Roberts' Fish Dock, footof Front
worth Tire Co., 504 Sterling, E. d ima e at the Wetmore residence. street, where it was placed on ex- A I O 1 T V
Liverpool, Ohio. M. 9.1tx Bushes along County Road from hibition. Many pictures of the cap-
Liverpt Bushes along County Read front tured fish was taken.
GIL WANTED to learn press Thopson alcrue to V white street, This is only another instance of
ing and general printing work The caught fire, and apparatus from Nos. the many which have been' demon-
Artman Press, 12 Duval stinting workeet. 1 and stations were fighting the stated here ths winter that Key UNITED STATES SPECIAL EX-
POStIOn WANes, DYunglade flce; more than 2 hours before they West has the best fishing grounds
POSITION WANTED-Young lady were extinguished. in the south. PERT ON PUBLIC HEALTH
wishes position as stenographer, ____DEPARTMENT SERVICE SAYS
capable of doing all kinds of office AMERICAN LEGION REGULAR MENT SERVICE AYS


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FRIDAY. MARCH 9,1923.


THREE WEEKS TO

EASTER
As (Usual the Biggest
Assortment of Easter
Suits, Awaits Your Se?
election at the

BROADWAY SHOP

Tropical Worsteds
Gaberdines
Mohairs
Palm Beaches

$10.95
TO

$27.50
COMPARE

Something New In

WHITE FLANNEL

TROUSERS
For Easter
Heavy Broadcloth
Nassau Flannel
WORTH $12.00
AT

$7.95
COMPARE

EVERYTHING ELSE
FOR EASTER


White Oxfords,
Oxfords


Sport


Palm Beach Knitted
Ties

THE

BROADWAY SHOP
We brought the high
prices down



KEY WEST 'CADETS'


II ,


Rear Admiral Spool Here
Rear Admiral John N. Speel, re-
tired, and Mrs. Speel, arrived in the
city last evening and are guests at
the Casa Marina hotel.
Lelbovit Bound Over
Leon Leibovit was granted a hear-
ing this morning before Judge Hugh
Gunn, charged with having intoxicat-
ing liquors in his possession and was
und over to the next term of the
criminal cu'nt unnler a brnd of $100.
* e
Dept. Board Meeting
There will be an important meet-
ing of the Fire Department Board
held tonight at the city hall at 7:30
o'clock. At this meeting it wiJl be
decided as to what. disposition will
be made of the money made by the
department during the carnival.
S* .*
On Inspection Trip
Captain W. J. Littel, U. S. N.,
general inspector of the supply de-
partment of the navy, and his aide
Lie tenant Arthur William Bab-
cock, arrived in Key West last night
and today is inspecting the supply
department of the local Naval Sta-
tion.
*
Officials Arrive
Matthew B. McFarlane, collector
of customs tor this state; Arthur G.
Watson, Jr., special deputy collector,
and Thomas J. Gorman, special agent
of the treasury department, arrived
in the city this morning on the
Steamer Cuba from Tampa, Colonel
Edward Clifford, assistant secre-
tary of the treasury, in charge of
customs service, will arrive here this
afternoon for a visit.
.* *
Mrs. Car Wood a Visitor
Mrs. Gar Wood, of Detroit, wife
of the owner of the famous racing
yacht, Gar Wood, Jr. II.1, accompanied
by Mr. Wood's mother, Mrs. Eliza-
beth Wood and Mrs. C. F. Chapman,
wife of the owner and publisher of
the magazine, Motor Boating; Miss
Ruth Boston, of Detroit, and Miss
Helen Davies, of Philadelphia, Pa.,
arrived in Key West yesterday af-
ternoon and spent the nigh, at the
Casa Marina. They left tiffs morn-
ing on the Steamer Cuba for Ha-
vana. They will see the finish of
the Miami Beach-Havar.a cruiser
race tomorrow.


Eugene Marshal was included in
the arrivals this morning on the
Steamer Cuba from Tampa.


Leroy Torres, deputy sheriff, re-
NEW BODY FORME turnedto the city city this morning
from Tampa.


NEW ORGANIZATION AN-
NOUNCED TODAY BY LOCAL
BOY SCOUTS

An organization to be known as
,the Key West C'adets was formed
last evening by several young men
of this city at the headquarters of
Troop 1, Boy Scouts, on Fleming
street.
Charles Sands, for 10 years
scoutmaster of Troop 1, Boy Scouts,
was selected as the leader of the new
organization. The leadership was
accepted by Mr. Sands, who at once
appointed U. J. Delgado as his as-
sistant. Alvin Davis was elected
secretary.
Membership will be open to all
100 per cent young men in this
city. The age limit has been set at
16 years. Those desiring member-
shin In th nrgnanizantinn must. nh.


C. D. Yates, carpenter with the
Florida East Coast, left last night
for Miami, where., he will visit for
several days.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Kiefer, who had
been visiting in the city for several
days, left last night for their home
in Memphis, Tenn.


H. H. Raymond, president of the
Mallory, Clyde and Gulf and South-
ern Steamship lines, and director of
numerous' other steamship lines, ar-
rived in Key West last evening and
is registered at the Casa Marina ho-


mit their application to the leader. tel. He was accompanied here by get ent
Thursday was selected as the his secretary, G. E. Strong, and Cap- during
meeting night and the headquarters tain L. GOLewis, agent of the local C. Bald
of Troop 1 as the meeting place. .Mallory office, and the Clyde Line .* can hel
LIBRARIAN ASKSoffice in Miami. The
IBARIAN A Mr. Raymond, who is on a tour of if Baldi
FOR MAGAZINES inspection of all lines connected with receive
his comWpany's interests in this State,* at 474
The librarian asks if the good inspected the local Mallory holdings vann
friends of the library will pass today and was much impressed with
along their later magazines after the conditions existing here, especial- box sit
they have read them for the library ly the repairs which are now being Bald,
reading table, made to the property here. "* My
Our p:atr.r.,: have been very kind This noted steamship man sees in party:
but extra copies are needed and it oy West a great future as a sea- the cit;
will be irucii better to contribute port town. you loc
them for the pleasure of others too, to
than to allow them to be destroyed. boxes
The Cosmopolitan, Good House- * * * * * * *
keeping and Ladies' Home Journal, **
are most frequently called for, and SIX INCHES OF SNOW *
although we subscribe for seven or IN NEW YORK CITY *
eight copies, we find that more The ma
copies are needed for circulation. NEW YORK, Mar. 9.-New United i
If any citizen can help our wo- York yesterday was digging it- gathered
men's club in this way and will self ou.t from under six inches ie world
bring or send them to the librarian, of snow, sprinkled upon the city s linen r
the favor will be much appreciated.. in a 24-hour March bliszard ilk come
All publications are acceptable. which ended this forenoon. 'ile ink
These above mentioned are urgently New England Suffers 'nadlan
needed. :' BOSTON, Mass., Mar. 9.- -,Lde fro
LIBRARIAN. New England was in the grip of "as smoke
one of the worst snowstorms of ;.4 green
Wages of.bricklayers and plaster- the winter. Nine inches fell in 'v'hlte r
ers in Spokane will be ten dollars a Boston. C olor in t
lday under a new schedule effective' segment
April 1. * * C C C 0 C .Thoir!ca.


Report For Play
All children in the Mother Goose
play are requested to meet at the
St. Paul's Parish hall Saturday
morning at 10 o'clock for practice.
German a Visitor
\V. Gorman, president of the '. IR.
I & P. railroad, and Mrs. Gormnan,
arrived in the city this morning on
their private car and left on the
Steamer Cuba for Havana'where they
will visit for several days.
Baby Buried Today
Funeral services for Joseph i;.
Roberts, Jr., 1 year and 22 days of
age, will ho held this afternoon at
4 o'clock from the residence of the
parents, Mr. and Mrs. --osepl B. T
Roberts, 1118 Eaton street. The
little youngster contracted a severe
case of locklaw which resulted int
his death.
Fleischmann a Visitor
Julius Fleischmann, ex-mayor of
Cincinnati and president' of the
Fleischmann Yeast Company, ac-
companied by Mrs. Flelschmann andi
party of friends arrived in the city i
yesterday on board Mr. Fleisch-'
mann's private car, "Philadelphia."
They sailed on the Steamer Governor
Cobb for Havana, returning to this,
city Monday afternoon.
Mears Touring Party He e p I
James E. Menars, who passes!
through this city every week with a
touring party, arrived here this
morning on the Steamer Cuba and
after taking his party for an auto-
mobile ride around the city sailed
with them on board the Steamer
Cuba for Havana. Those in party
included: James M. Kimball, Lan.
caster, N. H.; Mrs. Sadie M. Hestet-
ter, Topeka, Ran.; Mr. and Mrs.
Oscar L. Horton, Haverhill, Maos.;
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin W. Stevens,
Branchport, N. J.; Miss Mary R.
Ludwig, Pittsburgh, Penn.; Mr. and,
Mrs. Charles Hall, Renove, Penn.;
Mrs. Carrie Kraiker, Renove, Penn.;
Mrs. Annie M. Fisher, Philadelphia,
Penn.; Patrick H. Jones, New York;
Mr. and Mrs. Frank M. McIntyre,
Harribal, Mon.; Mrs. Margaret P.
Weaver, Santon, Ohio; Mr. and Mrs.
Frederick H. Wells, Leominster,
Mass.


Philip Sanchez returned to the city
this morning on the Steamer Cuba
from Tampa, where he had been
visiting for several weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Fisher and
daughter, Roslyn, and son, Richard,
were passengers arriving in the city i
this morning from Tampa.
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Johnston left
last evening for Jacksonville for a
short visit after which they will
proceed to their home in Newark, N.
J. They spent several weeks in this
city and were much impressed with
the climate and promise to return
again next winter.


" PRESIDENT ASKED TO
* MAKE TRIP USEFUL
* -
* WASHINGTON, Mar. 9.-
* President Harding isn't going to


irely away from all work *
his Florida trip-not if *
lemus, of Savannah, Ga., *
lp it. *
president and his party, *
emas' postcard suggestion *
d is taken, will drop in *
0 Forty-Ninth street, Sa- *
and confer on tle mail *


nation.
emas' invitation follows:
dear Mr. President and
Sir: When you come to
y of Savannah, GX., will
Ak over 4740 49th street,
see if they need mail
and a carrier, too?"


1


iterials tlat go to make up
States paper money are
together from all parts of
Ai Part of the paper flhbre
rag from the Orient. The
s from China or Italy. The
is made from German or
cobalt. The black ink Is
ra Niagara Falls acetylene
e, and most of the green ink
color mixed in white einc
made in Germany. The red
the seal is obtained from a
imported from Central


* WEATHER CONDITIONS
KEY WEST, Mar. 9.-Except
* the middle Plateau region, pres-*
* sure is above normal over the *
* country east of the Rocky Moun- *
* tains, being highest over Mary- *
* land. A general warming has
* taken place except along the At- *
* lantic coast districts where the
* temperatures changed but slight-
* ly. Temperatures are about nor- *
* mal this morning except in the *
* middle and northern Atlantic *
' %oast states where they are *
* somewhat below the seasonal *
* average. There was no precipi. *
* station of consequence reported *
* except light flurries of snow in *
* the lower Lake region and in *
* South Dakota. *
* The winds over the Florida *
* Keys tonight and Saturday will *
* be moderate to fresh northeast "
* shifting to east and southeast. *
* S. M. GOLDSMITH, *
* Temporarily in Charge. *
* * a * S N T

NOTICE


The Board of County Commission-
ers of Monroe County, Florida, will,
on the 5th day of April, 1923, re-
ceive bids for the purchase of a.
one-yard steam shovel; also for a
three-quarter yard steam shovel, with
P0 H.P. A. S. M. E. boiler, duplex
engine, multipedals traction, twenty-
one foot boom reach, drums to be
furnished for dipper, drag line, clam
shell or skimmer, the machine to be
of interchangeable type, but only
one type will be ordered with full
equipment.
Illustrations and full description
must accompany each bid.
All bids must state price delivered
at 'Miatni, Florida.
Bids must give price (X) equipped
to burn wood; (B) equipped to burn
oil.
A certified check for one per cent
of amount must accompany each bid.
The Board of County Commission-
ers reserve the right to reject any or
all bids.
D. Z. FILER,
Clerk, Board of County
Commissioners, Monroe
County, Florida.
I. 9-16-28.
H The manufactured gas consumed
iT New York State in one month
4ould fill a two-foot pipe 860,000
1l6Nleag IN.


CABARET DANCE :
Tonight At
: ARONOVITZ HALL :
: Everybody Invited

I Eugene Sands, Mgr.
PHONE 479





"KEEP SMILING 1

If unable to do so, see
DR. C. E. MATHIS
Chiropractor, Palmer System
and become well and happy
503 Duval St. Opp. Kress


BIDS REQUESTED
The undersigned will i evei
bids for clearing and leveling
the South Shore Development
Company's Vista Marina Park
Sub.Division on South Bosach, up
to and including March 10th.
An outline or Specifications
of work will be furnished upon
application.
SOUTH SHORE
DEVELOPMENT COMPANY
V. A. JOHNSON, Mrr.
118 Duval Street
FOR 15 DAYS ONLY
We will take and make one dozen
post card pictures of your beautiful
home for only $1.25, cash in ad-
vance. Leave your order at Estever
Photo Studio, 608 Duval street. f2
MEDIUM BROWN HAIR look?
1-f-t of all after a Golden Glint
Shampoo.-Adv.

LITTLE TOWN'S DOGS
CORK, Mar. 9.-A census taken in
the village of Middletown, 8,500 in-
habitants, revealed than 2,500 dogs
live there.
Asia has nine hundred million in-
habitants.


PAGE FIVl


PUBLIC SALES
We have purchased 122,000
pair U. S. Army Munson last
Shoes, sizes 5 % to 12, which
was the entire surplus stock of
one of the largest U. S. GOT.
ernment shoe contractors.
This shoe is guaranteed one
hundred per cent solid leather, *
color dark tan, bellows tongue, "
dirt and waterproof. The actual
value of this shoe is $6.00. Ow-
ing to this tremendous buy we
can offer same to the public
at $2.95.
Send correct size. Pay postman
on delivery or send money or-
der. If shoes are not as rep-
resented we will cheerfully re-
fund your money promptly
upon request.
NATIONAL BAY STATE
SHOE COMPANY
296 Broadway, New York, N.Y.

$-

HAYDN ILLINGWORTH,.
PIANOS S
TUNED AND REPAIRED
S 'PHONE 117
B 524 ELIZABETH STREET
* 0


MRS. M. E. DeLEON
822 Simonton Street
* CORRECT STYLES IN
MILLINERY
*
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FILER'S DRUG SUNnRIES
S. J. lfiler, Prop.
805 DUVAL .STREET *
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RADIO UPPLIF.S
Everything For the Man in the
Navy
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207.209 Dural Street

DR.1 WM. P. KEILP, DENTAk
SURGEON, P7 FILMING STPBRI
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More Straws, More Styles, More

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Before in Key West

Straws from Young Bros., Townsend

Grace, Brigham Hopkins and

Other Famous Makers

PRICED LOWER THAN ELSEWHERE


$1.95 & $2.9511and up

COMPARE


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FRIDAY. MARCH 9. 1928.


Owners Enjoy
Stewart Truck Economy
ASK STEWART OWNERS-they known i the quality
built in at the factory shows up strung as their Stewarts
work long hours, hard days, many y,'ars. For Stewarts
are an economical buy for any man or busine.is. Their
fist cost is $200 to $700 less than the average price of
other trucks, and they keep right oln saving as they work
and earn. Stewart Trucks hi'.'Ce won, by costing less
to run.
Capacities: 3,-1, 1 ', 2. 2' and 3 ton
DAN L. NAVARRO
Distributor, Fitzpa-iick and Front Sts., Kay West, Fla.


NORTH SEA VETERAN
GETS GERMAN MEDAL
27 YEARS LATER
l(By Ass.ociiated Press)
LONDON, March !. --Captaind
.Saimucl J. Ryder, of Grimsby, 80
years oldl. has just received from the
(imeq.1 aii government a golhi tie-pinl
and a diploma in recognition of his
gall:intry in -aviing th lives of 1 (
rma'ni sailr.s in thei Nirth Sean in
.189(1i. The German authorities, in
an ancompayiiing letter, that th,. war
Prventte; cuarlicr action

OY STRIKERS PENITENT
\VINCHtESTERl, Eng., Mar. 9.---
"itnw'n having rfi,' :ced istrkiig chui'
4o1. at Holy Trinity church, the strik-
err we penitent and have asked to
be- taken back,


BANDITS TAKE CASHIER
TO PREVENT A PURSUIT
BERLIN, Mar. 9-The cashier *
ofa (i hank in a suburb of Dres-
den was kidnapped as a hostage *
hly li dits; who hold up the insti- *
tution and stole $20,000. They *
left t warning that if they were *
p)"r ,eid they would kill their *
Iprisoner. The bank owners re- *
fused to imperil the cashier by *
suitut and two days later he *'
returned, having been blindfold- *
ed in a forest and released. *
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CAMPAIGN AGAINST SHARKS
GLAC-AOW, Mar. 0.--A campaign
Sexterminate sharks along the
Scottish coast is in full swing. More
han fifty have been killed.


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Don't Overlook Any


Diamonds


IMBERLEY was going back.
gruntled. They said they could
rocky soil.


MOIL;


'The farmers were dis-
Idn't eke a living from the


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.


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'rotation of agreements and the set-
tlement of disputes between employ-
era and employee. Thp tribunal is
national in character and no appeal
lies against its findings to any higher
court.
Co-operative marketing associa-
tions now exist in ten States.


Skin Ablaze

nith Eczema
Constant Itching Almost
Unbearable
We know there is one thing that stops
ecsema, and that Is more red-blood-ceUsl
8. Pt. builds them by the million You
can Increase your red-lI)i cells to the
Foint where it is practically impossible
or eczema to exist. We know that an











blood-cells Increase In number, blood im.
purities vanish I We also know that night
follows day. Both are tfactil But have
you, ecasma sufferers, ever actually taken
advantage ot this wonderful fact? Thou-
adds Just like you have never though
about it Skin eruptions shemas with all
its fiery, skindligging torture and its soul -
tearing, unreachabole Itchln, pimples
blackhead ad bos they a l pack up an
eo when the tide of blood-cefls begis to
oil 4la Blood-cels are the flghtlngrs-ants
of naturel 8. 8, B. builds them by the
million I It has been doing It since18 1MI
L 3. 8. l one of the greatest blood-.ell
builders, blood-cleansers and body build-
ers known to us mortals I When you put
these facts together,-tben to continue to
have sem a and skin eroptions looks
more like a sin than a disease. Mrs.
A ur N. Smith, Pearl St., Newark, Ohio,
MWV uto e g Aead a td b d se of
AsI booaten &aJ 5. 3. s. I
Weed ow. I wth n my o mu I Se1
swi frtrieade slet e sod swdlfo f a I
esta s l tell s= mm t ftI te I hMIkew
Sto 0. K.1
eren s your opportunity 8. a. egon-
tains only vegetable medicinal ingredients.
Bcauuse 8L .1 does bild r.blood-e**ells,
It routs e rbmattlem, blldi firm flesh,
ies outlbeow "heks, beautifies the emr.

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PENINSULAR & OCCIDENTAL S.S COMPANY
United States Fast Mail Routes For
KEY WEST, CUBA AND THE WEST INDIES
Via Port Tampa. Key West and Havana, Cuba
Proposed sallings la effect on dates shown. Subject to ehango cancel*
latlon or Individual postpo.eoment without notice
On and after May 10th sailings between Port Tampa and Key West,
and between Key West and Havana will be as follows:
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Mffeetve Presm Key West May 1obt 1985
L.v. KR" West Daily Except Sunday and Wednesday ................10:00 A. M.
Ar. Ha eana Daily Except Sunday and Wednesday ................ 0 P. M.
Iv. Havana, Daily Except Sunday and Thursday ....................10 :t A. .
Ar. Key West Dally Except Sunday and Thursday .............. i380 P. M.
S. S. Cuba leaves Key Weat Monday, Friday.
8. S. Cuba leaves Havana Tuesday, saturday.
8. 8. Governor Cobb leaves Key West Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday.
8. 8. Goverumo Cobb leaves Havana Wednesday. Friday, Monday.
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Lv. Port Tampa Sunday, Thursday .... .00 P. M.
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Lv. Key West Monday, Friday ...................... .__ 10:0 A. M.
Ar. Hany a Monday, Friday ..................... ............ ... 0 P. M.
Lv Havana Tuesday, Saturday ......... A. M.
Ar,. Key West Tuesday, Saturday ..~..:0... .. 80' P. M.
Lv. Key West Tuesday, Saturday .. .3.. .. 8:00 P. M.
Ar. Port Tampa Wednesday, Sunday ....... .............1:OO Noon
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Don't miss the advertisements in this paper.


They save money---and make it for you!


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GREAT RACE SCENE IN

"THE PRIDE OF PALOMAR"


One of the thrilling scenes in cameramen, and saved Director
"The Pride of Palomar," Peter B. Frank Borzage a lot of work. The
Kyne's romance of Southern Call- only feature missing was the book-
nia as picturizd by Cosmopol makers, and even at that, Clark's
ornia as pictured by Cosmopoli.acles managed to collect a lot of
tan for Paramount release, is the race money when he won.
were Don Mike's pet, Panchito, with "The Pride of Palomar," which
the range hurrs still in his mane, will be the feature at the Monroe
runs away from a field of bangtails Theater today and tomorrow, has
end brings home the bacon to the much to recommend it. The stoiy is
Rancho Palomar. by Peter B. Kyne, being an adapta.
Sineo the racing was Ended the ;o, of his well known novel of the
-problem for the producers was to isame nam. The cast is all star,
get a crowded grandstand for the featuring Forrest Stanley and Mar-
.,casion, Fortunately, the Spanish- jorle Daw, and Includes James Bar-
American spirit still survives 'in row, Joseph Dowling, Warner Oland
Southern California, and a horse: rhd terms The theme is powerful
race takes precedence ovor every- nnd deals with the problem of a
thing. young Californian just back from
Advertisements were inserted in Eeivice abroad with the American
the local papers that the race scenes forcess when he finds that the family
of "Tht, Pride of Palunomar" w' inl .ir ranch v-bing absorbed by hostile
filmed at the Ventura track, and as interests. It :s his fight against
a special attraction there would be heavy odd, to regain his ancestral
" chariot race between Tom Clark, h-'nm, I'i .rovidos the lively action,
i countyy supervisor, and Bob An- (,th f-aturs are the love interest
si.s,|i, a t(well known rancher. The ,h, n ;' stands midway in a
i' suit was a crowd of about 5,000ti.rege | e 1,(\twon! her father and her
persons whoso (,nlhusiasnm for the nwoit(,t,,rt '11d I );roal horse rae
local favorites was fine for the "; th a tiri'se finish.

NEW WEST COAST Money of No Value
WOMAN MEMBER '.."f ;id no' piaurs.. for, me. Al.
FAVORS VOLSTEAD though Ihad plenty of money it was
i _of no valuc, as miy stomach almost
WASHINGTON. March .-An- constantly distressed mie. I lost faith
in all doto,'s and medicine. Talking
noiuncenment that Mrs. Mae E. No- with my drIggist about my case he
lan, who recently became a mom- advised ,x,. i> "vy Mayr's Wonderful
lber of the house from the Fifth Rtemei. I am now enjoying life
California district, succeeding her again.'" i is a simple, harmless prep-
husband ,tete Jo .. a, aralin that removes the catarrhal
husband, the late John I. Nolan, had mucu ,,i the intestinal tract and
assured the association against the allays the inflammation which causes
prohibition amendment that she practically all stomach, liver and in-
would work for modification of the testinal ailments, including appendi-
Volstead act has been made here by cities. One dose will convince or
the association which said in a state- money refunded. For sale by all
ment that Mrs. Nolan had summed druggiV'.-,--Adv.
up her stand on prohibition as fol- .
lows: 1 3 DROWN OFF ICELAND
"I believe in the modification of -R
the Volstead act and am for the REYKJAVIK, Mar. 9.-Three
control of alcoholic beverages by members of the crew of a fishing
the government. This would stop boat were swept overboard and
traffic in impure liquors that is now drowned off the coast of Iceland.
a menace to public health; would __________
eliminate he un-American inter- ZAGHLUL STRICKEN
ference with personal liberty that
the present laws permit. It would MADRID, Mar. 9.-Zaghlul Pasha,
remove disregard for laws that do ftxdW lender of the Egyptian Na-
not represent the will of the majority tboi.t"s, was taken ill suddenly at
that is a growing danger to our na- Gibraltar, and it is reported that he
tiqial life." took poison.

.666 sickly relieves Colds
se o***. ,.* and LaGrippe, Constipation,
Biliousness and Headaches.
Denmark has a permanent court of
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WHEN AND WHERE YOUR LODGE MEETS
L ili I


Masonic Directory
Dade Lodge No. 14, F. & A. M.,
hzeots first and third Wednesdays of
each month in lodge rooms on Flem-
irg street. George L. Babcock, sec-
retary.
Dr. Felix Varela Lodge No. 64 F.
& A. M., meets second and fourth
Thursdays of each month at the
Scottish Rite hall, Eaton and Simon-
ton streets. I. Padron, secretary
Anchor Lodge No. 182, F. & A.
M., meets second and fourth Mon-
days at the Scottish Rite hall, Eaton
and Simonton streets. John W. Pin-
der, secretary.
Island Chapter No. 21, Royal Arch
Masons, meets first and third Mon-
dt.ys at Scottish Rite hall, Eaton and
Simonton streets. Chas. H. Ketchum,
secretary.,
Monroe Council No. 2, Royal and
Select Masters, meets first and third
Friday at Scottish Rite hall, Eaton
ind Simonton streets. Charles H.
Ketchum, secretary.
Baron Commandery No. 8, Knights
Templar, meets second and fourth
Wednesday at Scottish Rite hall,
Eaton ard Simonton streets. Charles
H. Ketchum, recorder.
Palm Lodge of Perfection No. 10,
meets first and third Thursdays at
the Scottish Rite hall, Eaton and
Simonton streets. Chas. H. Ketchum,
secretary.
Southern Cross Council, Knights of
Rose Croix, meets first and third
Tuesday on call at the Scottish Rite
hall, Eaton and Simonton streets
Charges H. Ketchum, secretary..
Alpha Council No. 8, Knights Ka.
dosh, meets second Tuesday in each
month at the Scottish Rite hall, Eaton
and Simonton streets. Charles H.
Ketchum, secretary.
Key West Consistory No. 4, meots
first Friday in each month at the
Scottish Rite hall, Eaten and Simon.
ton streets., Charles II. Ketchum,
secretary.
Order of Eastern Star
Fern Chapter No. 21, Order of
Eastern Star, meta second and,
fourth Fridays at 8gftth RIhe li.,le
Eaton and Simonton streets. Mrs.
HLda Cawtho-ne, secretary.

Shlus Club
Meets the first Tuesday in each
month. Arthur H. Sheppard, seere.
tary.
Order ef DeMeltay
Robert J. Perry Chapter, Order
DeMolay, meets every Tuesday night
at 7:80 at Scottish Rite hall, Eaton
and Simonton streets. Harry Curry,
secretary.
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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. Pocahontas
Minoca Council No. 18, meets on
the first and third Tuesday of the
month at 7 p. m. at the Red Men's
Hall. Mrs. Annie Baker, Keeper of
Records.
B. H. MeCalla Auziliary
B. H. McCalla Auxiliary, U. S.
Spanlsh War Veterans, meets every
second Friday of the month in the
Knights of the Golden Eagle Hall,
corner of Fleming and Grinnell Sts.
Jennie Seymour, secretary.
P. 0. S. of A.
P. O. S. of A. Camp No. 12, meets
every Tuesday night in their hall,
119 Duval street. Paul Archer, Sece
rttary.
Knights Golden Eagle
The Knights of the Golden Eagle
meets every Tuesday night at the
hall, Grinnell and Fleming streets.
Percy M. Roberts, master of records.,
D. O. K. K.
Camel Club, D. O. K. K., meets
every Tuesday night at their ha'l at
Fleming and Margaret streets. G. J.
Stricker, secretary.


NEW YORK
BY SEA
When you plan your
visit to the Metropolis
arrange to so by water,
The trip up the coast Is
delightful. Resides, it
o affords you the oppor.
Stunity of viewain New
York Harbor. with its
ireat forts, myriad ships
e nd inspiring Statue of
Er Liberty.
4 The sold comfort and
excellIent cuisine that
you get aboard a Mallory Liner
are also considerations In favor
of the ocean route.
TEY AS EALi ,t n vestoa, asking rail
Connections fr all poit. in
lexaa, Arlsonaa, New Mexico, Call-
fornias, etc.
For Sailingrs. Rates. Reserve.
lions and Tickets, communicate

MALLORY LINE
L. G. LEWIS, Agent
KTOY WEST FLORIDA

Every. minute of sunshine raises
87,000,000,000 tons of water from
the arth.


Odd Fellows
Key West Lodge No. 13, I. 0. 0.
F., meets each Monday night at
Odd Fellows hall on Caroline street.
Cuba Lodge No. 15, I. 0. 0. F.,
meets each Tuesday niht at Odd
Fellows hall on Caroline street.
Equity Lodge No. 70, I. 0. 0. F.,
meets each Wednesday night at Odd
Follows hall on Caroline street.
Otto Encampment No. 5, meets
each Sunday afternoon at Odd Fel-
lows hall on Caroline street.
Knights of Columbus
Key West Council 1015, Knights
of Columbus, meets in the K. C. hall,
Division street, on the second and
fourth Tuesdays of each month at 8
o'clock. G. L. Lowe, G. K.; William
Freeman, R. S.
Catholic Daughters
The Catholic -Daughters of Amer-
ica meet every other Thursday at the
K. C. Hall on Division street. Mrs.
May Gallagher, secretary.
B. P. 0. Elks
Key West Lodge No. 551, B. P. 0.
Flks, meets every Thursday night in
their lodge room, 813 Duval street
Norberg Thompson, E. R.; Joseph
McMahon, Secretary.
Woodmen of World
Key West Camp No. 23, Woodmen
ci' the Worlko meets every first and.
third Friday in the K. G, E. hall,
Fleming street. F. 0. Weech, C. C.;
Dr.-C. F. Kemp, Clerk.
Pythian Sisters
The Pythian Sisters meet the
second Thursday and the fourth
Friday of each month at the Odd
Fellows Hall, Caroline street. Mrs.
Julia Sweeting, secretary.
Improved Order of Red Men
Tigertail Tribe, No. 19, 1. 0. R.
M., meets every Molday evening at
the Wigwam, BUlelabeth and Caroline
streets. Joseph Roberts, master of
recwds.
Ameriae Legle*
Arthur Sawyer Post No. 28, Amer.
lcan Legion, meets the second and
fourth Fridays of each nimoth. L. G,
Lewis, commander; R. E. Faulkner,
adjutant.
Ladies ef Golden Eagle
Ladles of Golden Eagle, Florida
Temple No. 1, meets on the second
and fourth Mondays of the month
at the Golden Eag.e Hall. 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
America
Oversea 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 tt 8 p. m. at the Red
Men's Hall. John C. PArk, Clerk.
La Asoeiaeion Nuestra Sefora de la
Caridad del Cobro
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 Pythitq
Island City Lodge No. 14, K. of
P., meets the first, second and third
Friday in each 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
Edward G. Acheson, the he chemist to
whom the world owes the discovery
of carborundum, born at Washing-
ton, Pa., 67 years ago today.
Eddie Fok, one of the oldest come-
dians on the American stage, born in
New York City, 69 years ago today.
Charles Warren, former assistant
attorney-general of the United States,
born in Boston, 55 years ago today.
Daniel J. Sully, at one time known
as the "cotton king" in the specula-
live market, born at Providence, R.
I., 62 years ago today.
School Kids Iteb.
vanishes after a few applications of
Imperial oesema Remedy. Not greasy
or bad smelling. All druggists are
authorized to refund Your money If it
falls. Adv.
The United States now has a Rear
Admiral in command of the Coast
Guard. William E. Reynolds is the
first officer to receive this distine.
tion.


FAIR ts,

The Original Food-Drink for All Ages.
QudekLunchaeHome,OMfcePountais.
R khMilk,MaltedGrainitractnsPow-.
derhTabletforms. No=rdhla-Woeel.
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TODAY'S ANNIVERSARIES

1773-Commodore Isaac Hull, faro-
ous American naval officer in tihe
war of 1812, born at Derby, Cont.
Died In Philadelphia, February 13,
1843.

1796-Marriage of Napoleon Byip-
parto and Josephine de Beauharnais"

1829-The postmaster-general was
made a member of the president's
cabinet.

1862-Battle between the Merri-
mae and the Monitor in Hampton
Roads.

1866-Fenians threatened an in-
vasion of Canada from the United
States.

1877-Oliver Ames, one of the
builders of the Union Pacific RaJl-
road, died at North Easton, Mass.
Born at Plymouth, Mass,, November
5, 1807.

1898-A Spanish man-o'-war sail-
ed for Cuba with men and munitions.
1920-Lloyd George told parlia-
ment the British West Indies would
not be sold to the United States.
1922-New Jersey assembly .rati-
fied the Federal Prohlbitiou amend-
ment.
1922-The Anti-Evolutionists lost
their legislative fight in Kentucky.


NEW VIGOR FOR

WORN.OUT WOMEN
A RE you suffering from *'d
fever"-hardP y able to
oot after another,
sleepy, languid and worn out?
You ought to take Gude's Pepto-
Mangan ora short time. Getabottle
and begin now-you'll be surprised to
ee how much stronerand more ambi-
tious you feel-how much more work
you can do, how your cheeks il out
and the rosy color comes back.
Your druggist has Gude'se--i both
liquid and tablet form,

Gude's

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BE COMFORTABLE

IN HAVANA
And the best aid to be comforts.
ble Is to atop at an Hotel that
caters especially to the English-
speaking traveler, having Ens-
llh-speaking attendants that
can Intelligently Interpret your
requirements.
SUCH AN HOTEL IN HAVANA
IS THE
HOTEL ROYAL PALM
Havana's Newest Hotel, THE
ROYAL PALM, to located in the
exact centre of the City, at side
of Colon Park, Havana s largest
park.
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
rooms at the HOTEL ROYAL
PALM are completely Installed
with every sanitary device, AND
-(Note this is for future refer-
enoe)-tHot water at all times.
The Dining Room at the HOTEL
ILOYAL PALM Is noted for sorv-
Ing Real Back-home American
food, everything cooked and
.qrved In the American style and
flavor, this one fact probably
more than anything else, assures
the complete enjoyment of your
Vylst, because, who can teel like
enjoyment unless you can relish
your meals.
The Prices at the HOTEL ROYAL
PALM are moderate, consistent
with good service. THE ROYAL
PALM is not a Tourist Hotel in
the sense of the word, but is open
fur business all the year around,
('ofore it does not depend on
the income from three months to
pay the expenses for the entire
year You can get good single
rooms from $3.00 up, and double
room from (4.00 up.
S he ROYAL PALM HOTEL in-
reters meet your boat on ar-
rival at Havana and will b,
pleased to assist 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 % 111 do our utmost to accom-
modate you nicely.
HOTEL ROYAL PALM
IT'l GOOD
DRAGON1S 1 HAVANA
(at side of Colon Park)
wV. TODONAt, ManUmae
isk Mr. Poste abnat Heotel Royal
Palim-.e inewa


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is ready to make immediate de- 4
livery.
0 S **O e e dswe e ae


'COLDS ARE CONTAGIOUS
Coughs and Colds are contagious
and require prompt treatment as
they spread or develop into Flu and
Grippe. Take no chances. when you
can get Foley's Honey and Tar for
a few cents and quickly check coughs
and colds. The constantly increas-
ing demand for Foley's Honey and
Tar, for three generations, has made
it the largest selling cough medicine
in the World. Contains no opiates
-ingredients are printed on the
wrapper. Refuse substitutes. Insist
upon Foley's.--The Key West Drug
Co. M.1-lm
W. E. Sanderson, of the New York
State College of Forestry, has a rec-
ord of having planted nearly 1,200,.
000 baby trees in demonstration
forests.


PAGE SEVEN


Built for Service and Satisfaction

"THERMAX" Electric Iron sell for $5.00
"UNIVERSAL" Electric Iron sell for $6.75

Both Irons Manufactured by Landers, Frary & Clark

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WHITE SHOES
JUST RECEIVED AT
JOE PEARLMAN'S
A Most Wonderful Assortment of
LADIES' WHITE, DOROTHY DODD and
GOLD MEDAL SHOES
in Canvas, Linen, Buc4, Kid, for Sport, Street and.
Dress Wear. See our Window. High Heels, Baby
Lows, Military, Cuban, Low Heel, Straps, Oxfords,
Fancy's, in fact, and any everything in up-to-the-
minute Shoes. Prices ranging as follows:
Canvas $2.75 to $4.00 Linen $4.50 to $7.45
Buck $8.00 to $6.90 Kid $5.90 to $8.45

SPECIAL DISCOUNTS SATURDAY
On All Shoes-Come and See.-Joe
P. S.: Watch for Monday's Dry Goods Values


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THE STORE OF FASHION
I. APPELROUTH


Charles R. Roberts, a well known the Constitution, as friends-not as and Laths, Walter's Gal
hiLstorical writer of Allentow n, foes. Portlnd Cem t. Co
Pensylvanirived In Key Weste'Unfortunately for us, Sir, the Portland Cement. Cong
Pennsylvania, arrived in Key West transfer operated tobring into chief stOne Galvanized Nai
on' the Mallory line steamer Concho command on this island, who had
last Sunday and is spending the yet to learn to meet an armed foe, H. B. DAVIS 100 PER I
week here. Mr. Roberts is a native and I refrain from speaking of the
Yi ihv i ame c!ty as Colonel T. H. administration, or more correctly
Good, who cummuanded the garrison )kin.a t 'fh-maladministration of """- ""
at Key West in the Civil War. that officer only because he is ab. KEY WEST LIBRARY'S
at Key WeAt in the Civil War. His sent. Wiser counsels, and a good Y WEST LIA RY'S
ncle, Capt. E. P. hoads, w e rovdence returned you to us, as NEW BOOKS HERE
f,f' thu officers' of the 47th Penna. Chief in Command, at a moment of
enent, commanded by Colonel great peril to a large number of our The following nine books have
Good. the o. as issu inhabitants, and you signalized just been announced at the Key
"'1, ISG,; th eorder was issued to your assumption of command by in- circulating library:
de ort the families says M. augurating renewed confidence in Blue Allons by Cyntha Stokley.
rtds, "brofllPere ons whno ha the good faith of the government of Gentle Julia by Booth Tarkington.
husbands, brother. "or sons in the the United States by dinounten-. Black Oxen by Gertrude Atherton.
Confederate tuh,y, all persons who dancing a vile system of clandestine Mining of the West by Theodore
docrlned t"tacC th e oath of al. attacks upon the reputation of Roosevelt.
.leglanc f v, ho had uttered a single quiet, law abiding citizens and by Thelma by Marie Correlli.
:r, o Hton Head, S. C. bringing order out of general con- From Out of the Middle WestI
RA Morgan was about to carry out fusion. Morality Court by Bonnie .Wt4bun
r a nd nearly six hundred "'Your administration of affairs Busch.
including some staunch as Chief in Command was short, but unglish Words and Their Back-
Cni. were already on the i.uh as to attract the respect and ground by Geo. H. McKnight.
ready to embark. Wim. H. esteem of the greater portion of the Great-heart.
ppliedthe people with food. people of this island; and without The Tidal Wave by Ethel.
t the Union men at Key disparagement to others, I can con- Rose Mundi by Dell.
by U. S. District Attorney fidently say, that no military offi- The Swindler.
sent a protest to Washing- cer of the United States more wise- Call of the Wild and Burning
inst the order. Colonel Good ly and prudently governed on this Daylight by Jack London.
dered back to Xey West with asand, than yourself. The Prophet of the Great by
hrity to suspend the operation "'The citizens of Key West, in Smokey.
.f the Otler, if he saw fit. He r6- appreciation of your merits as a Mountain by C. E. Craddock.
ied Col. M'-gan on February 22, gentleman and a soldier, through Mowenty contemporary one-act
S ,, and as the steamer on which me, now present this sword, asking plays by Frank Shay.
arrived came to the dock, he your acceptance of the same, con-, b r
ded with drawn sword and said: fident thdt they confide it to the, SWISS PUT ON BELTS
'en in command here. You peo- hands of an officer who knows both
gather up your baggage and go how and when to use it.' GENEVA, Mar. 9.--wiss dandies
back to your homes.' "Colonel Good's response was .s now.wear belts instead of suspenders.
"In appreciation of this action of follows: i American belt are heavily sold here.
Coloel Good the citizens of Key "'Gentlemen: I accept at your
W'est presented him with a gold hands this magnificent gift, and beg' Fall River, New Bedford and At-
hited sword. The presentation was of you to accept in return my most lanta have the highest percentages of
made at Clinton Square by Col. keartfelt thanks. Duly sensible that child labor of any cities in the United
Walter C. Maloney, Sr., as spokes- no acts of mine as* an individual States.
man. A large concourse of people have merited it, I shall regard the
'gathered to witness the presentation presentation of this testimonial as
and several companies of troops an evidence of your attachment to KEMP'S GR Cf DV
and squads of marines were drawn the cause I have the honor to rep- iVIS
itp around the square. resent, and of your devotion to our
"This sword is now in the poe- common country. It shall ever serve 1212 Olivia St.
session of the Lehigh County His- as an additional memento, if one
torical Society, at Allentown, Penna. were needed, to remind me of the
Accompanying it is the manuscript pleasant days passed among you,
Oa Colonel Maloney's speech, which and of the loyalty of your citizens, SPECIALS FOR
reads as follows: to whom I am already greatly in-
'Colonel Good: The people of debted for many kindnesses. It AT DAY
Key West have called upon me to shall be sacredly preserved, and I SAT iDAY
represent them today, and in their lhe no act of mine will ever dis-
name, and on their behalf to pre g'ace it or cause you to regret your pCloverbloom Butter, per
sent you with a sword as a token generosity. I am a man of action,
of their regard, and in appreciation gentlemen, and I know you will in pound ...... ............. 60c
of your merits as a gentleman and these times particularly, excuse a Sugar, 5 pounds .........'.. 48c
a soldier. And permit me to say, lengthy speech from me, iti not.be- Irish Potatoes, 10 pounds
Sir, that heretofore in instances al- ing a soldier's vocation. Imagine
most without number have I been all a grateful heart could prompt at ............................32......
called upon to serve this people, the most eloquent to utter, and you SWeet Potatoes, pound t. ..
during a residence of 28 years will have the correct index to my Oleomargarine, pound, 30c
among them, and that many of those feelings.'
ealls have been attended with posi- "Colonel Maloney," said Mr. Cuban Coffee, per pound 28c
tions of honor, trust and emolument, Good, "was a prominent lawyer in Cabbage, per pound ........ 8
but upon no occasion have I felt the Key West, a former mayor and an Almond Nuts, pound ....20e
honor more great, or my sym- orator. He was born In 1839, came Astor Coffee, pound ... 40c
pathies more in accord with the good to Key West about 1845 and died in A Co....
people of this island, than upon the 1894. Colonel Good was born in Lipton's Coffee, pound 39c
present occasion. 1880 and died in 1887. He was Cottage Beef, can. 23c
"'You first came to our island, three times mayor of Allentown and Campbell's Baked Beans,
Sfr, nearly two years ago. You a member of the Pennsylvania legis. ean,
came then as a subordinate, but at lature in 1858. His mother was a can ................................. 10c
the head of a regiment, which had daughter of Rev. Abraham Blumer,' Red Cross Tomatoes 8........
met the armed enemies of the gov- who was pastor of Zion Reformed Milk, Red Cross and Mae-
ernment of the United States on church in 'Allentown when the '
the fields of Virginia, and had Liberty Bell was concealed there in nolia, can ............. 151yc
*hown a discipline, and bravery in 1777 to prevent it 'from falling into White Rose Asparagus,
battle, which attracted the favorable the hands of the British, He was Ia ize .......45
attention of the general soon after highly esteemed at Key West and ge ze ..............
appointed to the command of this he and his officers were frequently Oranges, dozen .............. 30c
M and; and which caused your regi- entertained by the citizens of the Cross & Blackwell's Chow
ment to be selected by him to serve city." Chow, bottle ........ 48
under his command, at this post. Mr. Roberts will return to Allen. -
Transferred from Virginia' to Key town shortly after a delightful Plain Olives, large bottle 22c
t, front scenes of carnage to the holiday here. Wax String Beans, three
pX efil abode ,of an unarmed and ca ............................
loyal people, you met the inhabit- LOWER SUEZ RATES ..... ..........
ta of hisM island, as they deserved I-P--. ho 5
to have bees met and as they met PORT SAID, Mar. 9...-LowI.
and a#t who come before you rates for the passage of ships as eV V
bearing ie fla of te VUnain and now,tia ffest Gan the Seet esal.


E, JR, SONS
IAL MERCHANDISE
rs in Lumber. Shingles
vanized Shingle', Alpha
),Rubber Roofing, Key-
C&rey's Cement Roofing.
CENT PAINT AND OILS


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WEATHER FORECAST
WASHINGTON, Mar. 9.-
: Florida: Fair and slightly *
'* warmer tonight and Saturday."*
S South Atlantic. Moderate to
fresh northeast and east winds. *
East Gulf: Moderate to fresh *
northeast winds shifting to east *
I and southeast. *


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SSwift's b.,U
HAM Premim n. 30c
HAMS Suar Cured 1811
lb. 2C
SUGAR s for 49c
EGGS Fancy Key 43c
GS12 0in Carton.43
Gun Powder Tea ",e 50c
2 in 1 Shoe Polish c.. orBle. 12'c
Macaroni sunbeam Fresh, Pkg. 7c

Spaghetti sunbeam, ir. 7 c


Puffed Wheat
Self Rising Flour,
LUX, 2 Pkg.


rkg. 13c
s Sea 38c

19c


CRISCO PUD CAN 21c
P. & G. Soap s ars 23c
Dln Seedless
Rasins Pkg. 18c
Cocoa Hershey's
S 1/2 lb. Can 16c
Heart's Delight '4 ,.
C iORN No. 2 Can 12C
String Beans _c. 13c
Potted Meat, CAN 4c
Rolled Oats Sunbeam, Pkg. 10c

Sardineso. O 15c
olive 0il '5


Tomato Soup
Lifebuoy Soap


c-amp' 8c

3 for 20c


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