Group Title: Key West citizen (Key West, Fla.)
Title: Key West Citizen
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Title: Key West Citizen
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Key West citizen
Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West, Fla.
Publication Date: December 6, 1929
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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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Bibliographic ID: UF00048666
Volume ID: VID00599
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For 50 Years D)toted to the

lbteresta of Key Wost


Wet


Aesociated P'resa sny Wuag
Service


ANDU CLLUAi WLELATER US
I'KOM45ED FOR CENTRAL
FIWPRIDA

T IA A ee.. m'Injel trrs
l'A M PA, Iii' ,-Nrin


tp t .'' ni, n o w rcon itio,, h ve retutrnod
.'i it ;. ii1i iir o lo fi 1 if I;1 o,, ntrm l Flirida today, the nue-
V re on 0 Vin1 i i' (l) os i bui to ulroligist here saiid., li't 'r e*v-
di e' je iIl llays of u-iIb-standall d tein 'r-'.
Mr,. ThTImolo'n l 1w ch rgiwdaul aur;thad 'M dol wq-
odatiom nald s nlt native;; into ovlr-
rith hlinving dri i t l on eo- i at 1a1 )l hinnkets. veral ('lyS
il v h rh n ri'l mith f ro l ' brigl'it 1 'and Cluta1 w inthe'r ii re
j 11r1)inI (ed.,
AtlantIs toi Fl'i shi i fii I rI' h' r.s _--
Svaped 'loi l I prj FUNERAL TODAY
A iiioiou n lirr n i aw wl
Se T FOR MAN TAKING
Ptiin;: d*eIu f;'o i"'1 'HIS OIWN LIFE
.. rhoon dni.l hr HIS OWN LIFE
Gulilf lit ainlilted irivinF Sllit i


frmii Atliii(nun to Tilton. hie said -F. FERNANDEZ SWALLOWS
i, diid nolt lnow i.ith1 ws inam POISON TABLET'S SECOND
o itped ATTEMPT AT SUICIDE IN


RETID Y KEY WEST

OFFICER SUFFERS r'i', rhnc herrimn, du, Iti wo
lrADT ATTA K Itordtlny nftcrnoon anlld Suicceededl
i, feI A IA A iC his ueconl l atteli lit t i tuiclidl
nIn this city, will h e buried at 4
S- o'clock this afterlnoun. thu ex-
4.-V 1 1 I'
SMA.OR ..g tR ft he ni ing* t.. 0, V




G e ula had been ".41- toom i ( .ntro th ilr.urn b1lowi
LEE DULLARD REPORTED ( uba, dii tos his ic.lll l' ilih if)
TODAY AS BEING CITICAL-. ationf ia i'ac f the orgadn-
LY ILL j'litanndlt, a cigar'Ulniku.x by
Stride aid reit.iident ofi Tamiipa for
20 years, cattle to Key West on
Flin, o..uii,,iet reN.T. i'oltur 18I, entaVeld i roonT over
NEW YO(1K, IDec. U.--lhjuo tlh )eiulluiiotr listnit, statn a
General Robert Ice Ulullard, rc- that lie dtesirel to retire for n
tireil, who suffered a heart attack wle-. ir It slmolt t ti6lie uttmtlitu i
in his upartnwnt todity war in a it>s dirictid to hih roohl by hloodhi
critical condition. triel.l .li through the flour of his
(Ceniral Bullard hnd been 1ll1 lltIont ituo th'I rtbtaiurant below.
thri' wveekis, but his coiioMtin I People ruI'hinlig to hlis riOOmu fou lnd
wuA not critical until tihe attack hint r lahing, his lare with a pei
ltodity Nonw i0 is too seriously knifev. OITicers weuii called aId
ill to be mllvd to a hospital his a pI'liacea n'irrived in time to
physiiailc i tltp erlmtieiu', f'roi istabblim g
hluinmilif about the heart. He urglcd
VACI A VAT LO I\thea to not, call a doctor, ldo-
tEXCLU .licinI tlhut ie lprierre.l o die.
LHe wa.se given first tid. It wis
FROM SENATE ior hi moth. ill ,n si slt-
All". lite had ,iothinmg to live for.i
I aul rL llhL'tigit tliht n copy of his
CONTESTED SEAT IS LEFT fivc il' r i im\l ie iplacied in Ii s
I coffin. lie said i tih canie 'o Ki, i
VACANT FOLLOWING i \Wett to ldi becruuse lie dieauded ti
PROCEEDINGS hi llu'iud in 'triia. rm h< i
olivet worked here.
--. -Sitn,! that time 'Ferninide, hiod
be .T eni rlIuleratling at the Mlrretedt;l
ilASHIN 'ir' t' Drps,' 1- E liosptill ill 1hi city. Yesterday
ASHNG D- iioon le .visitkd the sheriff's
cluing Senat' elect William S, oriffice, ri-eorted rfelilln fine uralnd
Itfeelig that hi. pierfrrred to live
\Vare of PePnintylviniai fruom ille11l amld succeeded in life rathb r thi~ a
bernhip in the L;enate today, left 'ouiniit llcime. At 3 o'clock ine
lltr fli.te l iiooll he 'was ill ltlyvicw
the umeat Vil'l!llt by then rcefiusing park, called to pussersby, stating
h head swallowed poison iaml \wa\
to declare hi democratic op- inlyi. le was I'llshed to thei
ponetil of tlie 11)2( eclectioi, Wil- AMt'rwedii hospital, neatby, where
death clailne himi but a fet-w mno-


limn B. Wilsju, rlectled. l
(.tfHrg ei'f i'r aiiud uid toorrup
trion i the l'iltil'ny barrI d VarI
fjoIu tiklingl his suitt to which lih
hud been certified as elected.
ABANDON AUTO CAR
Ti ,s whj t.tole .jewelry
worth $!27i flro,il N North Side
hlrne in Chicago had to abandon
* $8,)I>500 atltoloibile to escape
*tpI pt Ilurc.
.I


DEC. 23RD LAST DAY
That we will give 28 per cent
discount with easy terms on
Bedoom, Dining Room and
Living Room Suites. Axminis.
tar, Tapestry and Wilton Rugs.
Thirty-three discount on Sell-
ars Kitchen Cabinets and
Breakfast Sets. Ton per cent
extra discount for cash with
order.


I.


Long's Furniture Store
5 n ... .. e. ... I


[ Inet. a Itter.
A All critel d yi lfr t'iw fast
Ii9h 1, is rI'iortted to have shliow
tli lt I le ,iiicide's system was thor-
niigil y satturated with the poison.
WEATHER FORECAST
Flor'ida: 'Fair tonight, warnier
in pxtremne north and wepttteen-
trnl portions; Snturhday partly
clohutly, warnlIr in extreme nor th
"ind I'ollo\'wed by miin in northwest
portiolln.
Hlitl.eras to F'lorida Straits:
t(1 ntl to moderate ortheast and
icist winds ier' south lportionl and
IMllOderatt to, ft'esh west over north
Portion.
East Gulf. Moderate east winds.
shilt'thtn to southeast over north,
Portion.
*I -.I


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With the track.laying era past, railroads today are concentrating on efficiency and equip.
ment. The latest experimental locomotive (upper left) of the American Locomotive company and
the giant below, by the same company contrast with the Atlantic (center) the grandfather of mod-
ern equipment.


EDISON ON WAY IBy WILLIAM R. KUINS MEW NEWSPAPER

TO FORT MYERS! ..NE"o"0 (" ..t APPEARS TODAY
industry has swung the full fo(f cel' i i
ELECTRICAL WIZARD HAS its ,old pioneering energyy,' h'THETFLORIQA KEYS SUN" IS
sceiltlili cf inlllrovlement ulid the!
NbW INVENTIONS IHf rk fct in of IN MIND lurt disclosed il rt' a LICATION
ithori tativc ; t tliv ticitiil ini lieses ure.
ivideince that lile rilruoiads have ---
S found adventure in aa new dire.- .
41t. 1nt r j .* '('h lF, Floiri ai nJ eys Stil, RKey

'hnnius A. IllIS arrived today ne ti ached its high point in 1 U02, rtl( i sIitial aIptlniance today
ri))i Laustt ran,. NoNew Jertey, iwhen toiur than 6,0(00 nilc t,fitnndl is o '.ilill' rich interest.
lnd departliud lnt ur l.'o rt My. truck twe laid. itolet p.a It in of tathlnidc forl
ers to, spend his 44th season In The ihu firu dropped ti0o a lesas tly in Tie colunin t u th
Flou'ida. He aid tlihe witn iI Oily iti g -, 0 il s tn 10 'role I Ieisheu i'eIn tiv' ntint ai eg r


,5that ,0k of producing it ftom an1 a d.12-nlhn .aes Inl iii e o g a lipetlr-
failr hfnmlth in cayitugd to io( thttime decrease gradually cuiPet of ii.udv'r'isina, in addition
igain tive iilsatis in a ctoril y I ne oi' ith i ai a':l ,h at. lms e t th o i,' hi., wl lsheItlitd s eabict .Iit-
Florii r c rida a pte lth lll0 litilti s, until th '" r li 1ll l thl h a i .
roieth 'n the golden m uod tIn a ach hotsel aW aroused sullen rati." il r, s el
WoUldl tiuko yvtacs tio complete tho ie i the war w l hits I "1 i Iit
largiie ale, and asid he woun ded eiiVerloused lean pny m p1,00rs miles, ihenst I1 issuer 1 The holdeida
tiuwar, he iof. prhe during inew f lotvol adit of 2-mr th iud as Fl. i S un is v per neut in uppbyr-
the guo.n.ll iu plat was i i o. i A cci ury has goiie by sit ric the p'mum in tirli Cl nrrune
gressiig satilitctorily. flu said 161 aisthniuitic 'urasshoppcer louu m. TuLnitial lumnier rifcts
Florkid n t iadapteds to th in-niv ountry withot fthe aid iIf steel iit n the itnhllshers ainl op-
Ftart t | rl.tl t e eIdo, f or lg e ise \.eill
.. i glde Io il oanh horses i ll mi sdaro ul ed ullei I hoiiy rt, r cit pa re. ell
uge ctle, and said he would be "" a' "" 'i11 pon epsW cir cleaa, ii ll.. t
Abe ti l produce. rubber in unliiltake ch year the ituatin, e SIs h i th INJURED I(t
lied ilutililtitic, Tn lhe event o f fllmt u nstruti lolTed t tohe rtle wtu h lt ot.
\warihe said. hl hadul Aew "ivelr. "i"tl the aieite t of motor '.i' 'rl1 i Jtt hulish p IiN'sthat lI
tiuns ia ) hi sleeve which he wouldi;dde ai puosibl oneeriach the back edition e v Ial
woik oin mit Fort yers this win- "ou"mtry withrnut tile aid of steel ]le li t imhu.?r Luvovriui Cotpany,
ter. ribboiins ,i il1 th(e etlit'lul PKge in especial.
today, i few spurs nd mlr inm ii II nii.iitiolouS.

BANK MESSENGER Il tak ho cure 1 thetr sutili s SIX INiURED

KILLE TODAY IN EXPLOSION
.ere it not for thie discovery ofi
wide open spaces of unexplored i -
RELIEVED OF THIRTY.FOUR science in transportation. ACCIDENT TAKES PLACE TO.
THOUSAND Six billion dolluas, in round
nunbuers, have been spent by class DAY AT PITTSBURGH,
DOLLARS I 'roads ill the United Stat.e for 'NNSY NA
improvements and "intenl$ica- PENNSYLV;N lA
.--..- lion" of equipment sincy JU ., ..- -
(UI AMssirianedl Pre'r l The true magnitude Pf his au real
PHILADELPHIA, Dec. U.-- "can he ieasureod 'more accura a
Cameron Cook, messenger of tie ly whL' It it i l side byid (er ith, I IIrTS IICrFI. De" 3-Six
Bank of Philadelphia & Trust for instance, a total ilailway in- plersoi.s were injured today it an
Company was shot to tdeathly vestmnent of $'25234,162,65lIi' I, olr c.iplidoii neur t(he sc.oti of 1a
three lmen who seized the bank net calita:lization of. $18 13,- bldL that killed five anild iijured
bag ruontaiiiny $34,000 ill -'ash U1 1,445. These figures are tuk- l r
n.m for lu2 and 127 ,i s'corr wl'hich wreckedd th, pust-
and checks. The bandits escaped. for 128 anl 1027 respectively
from a yeir-book of raillway n 'rflt'e' ystcrday at Muinhill, ia
DIRECTORS OF STA'rE "''.iti.tiO. -. tiiri.
AMD Smull tiendrilH of Ine% rcoi'stirl'- 'lhe ex usli-l. o icnlIulrd us Iaps-
CHAMBER BODY IN tion accounted fur Iai,llo';illim:tC i,| ,tl ,,i'ciu. illl ..thrs w'ere pi.'-
SESSION TODAY (I pe' cent of the expenditu.t', to s wati
Speialt in 1 AInew cars for about, 30 per rent. ip'"i'i ti atsr an ivn.stigation
locomotives 12 per cent itnd the ,i" the first blast lit a two story'
Special to The Citizen) remainder for improvenIicntH of rick 'frtlln. structure wlhilih also
JACKSONVILIE, Dec. 6. A all kinds ,. wrelkid ia titrl'et car carrying a
special meetimfa if the I)ounld o'f ,A succession ol' lew 'ff, rts in ~,' "i f pIlersoins.
directors of tile Flokridi State efficiency, new types of l:'cfu- o-
Chamiiber' of (,i:icanmr,.,, has hUc, lives, new device. for risaety ani BROTHER OF FILM
called by President G. (;. Ware, transporting perishablee goods ii: TARS ARRESTED
of Leesburg. to meet int this city ;llcates no immediate lurd in STARS ARRESTED
today. 4)f the rail arte it. -- -
The meeting will consider ini- (Hy As.om4.lie4 Pre1.)
portanlt matters concerning the ,LOS ANGELES, Dec. fl.--Ju.ce
organization developed at the an- MONROE THEATRE NoonIIai. brother of Sally O'Neill
nual meeting held -in St. Peter, Tonight undt Molly O'Dav, motion picture
burg on Tuesdtay. 1. G. Dahl- JEA E E S IN actresses, was held today for trial
Sbern, chairman of the state cham- JEANNEEAELS IN n a charge of burglary brought
ber national advisory cunmmittee. "JEALOUSY ,.by Ted Lewis, orchestra leader,
will be present and discuss with' Should she reveal the folllei of after heing foutul sane in superih,
the directors the work o' his corn- her past? court.
mittee in relation to the organ- TOMORROW Noonan's attorneys said they
ization's 'general program for thtO "SAILOR'S HOLIDAY'" would enter a plea of not guilty
ensulft year. by reason of Insanity, and de.,
The oesalons of tlhe director STRAND THEATRE mand a jury trial. He was atI
will he held in the offices of-the TOMORROW used of stealing $7,000 worth
State Chamber of Comunerce at "SIDE STREET" of clothing and jewelry from
ill t'nmitolidated building. .. __ Lwls' apartment,


ACCOUNT OF RECENT EUROPEAN TOUR
O*eeeeOOOeOeeeeaeeeeoeeeeoeoe~eese~e.ee. eeececee
IInvini g iiomploldt hger cl- I h inn, inullt uinlitrd I t. h lit.itle 'in-
pe.intour ,f five months, on I ocilalit of ilionacv, A fet' dmys
which pnontged piau'ses werle tvi.'re iil.1:l :;: ctL iln Niu und thln
nman l ;it lprir'ipal points if inter- fhl. Ii Itr lcis vt iil iu, t V1r1nicc,
ett ill l0'raii c,. Italy, Switzerlaihdl m ,ii l uiiluid 1i ii oti d u .uli ;i m ly t i
and Ki':ilannd, AIr, 'Thomnis i0 ie the mist l.-.ncif'tl lplco e
ponl Ott lia:. retluriLed to hc'r nIl he (rti,', tou "\',;I'e i<
linh- t itn thl s -ity iu spal ak n I i.i:.. is I l oili. he', i 1r i n t ll-
(ii t.,' .titVgly' o l' al u' c uitiions huilt, J, n l h. .io 1e rie tl .iri t; herl '
iiipr sionts t gamint ed ahlon the wi;u l ('iim i !,i ria.l d..n .- f:..r ,
IS 1 fo'l1 und 9 L m I>uci(h If bIw ml iut II (I I i( ( tII 'l t |lpleuw re I-c
and Intevlrtst lit tht niie uil'" s 1- n. 11v1lle lV ribo ilen1 d d rcJhiilvs
(ni 1.us ti, vi.miti l hint .i L- y ut' . to %. l I t 'iA*.% iut \ iu I,
temlipt to l'ully il.describ thei itci- \ il e nliliiIInut i e I l efic .iijt s. I
(dhents, thrislls ald .tra ng'e r 'lits j i riii Ili. e : t v i r .i
nit v.'Ith ,ni thie hnm g jomri'- ',h, th lo I diiin ithh:iim h achai in
v N, uhl Ihe rutih, i duliud. .V ,II;>'(. t i sif ,,r; l'm u, I,, I ,
SMilinm fro ii New Yoik direct ia Ine rut' 1'y fiiio vtiort. C(In-
ti) I'a I is, rs. ( lito U w .-' lL ;tt J ,i; rii 'i 'lmish d :t i nl tl
lhIv're Iy hir sin, Iu Mi'. whotI is in \'Vniei, v.heri tlihe 'y \VWi t-
finil;lhin' art ini li ciaitl al rity eirs ,spnillt t'.\oI wu eeks. thelln pi o-
ol' Friiirce. hI, ntricwpaniced her e.udi d to lti'enci., hlhich thOey
t1o thu loAr t of the Lutar and cmiile fitm(Id to : a ni'iet att't:-'tivei city.
back to Aneriu 'with liher t to l- Of i l' vry nuiy ilaic(s of lieau-
r.iain a while. y v amint iiiteret. thin ;ilitilte Slhiijis
Am!;oin Ii t iuti., imiii'vt oh s ol l's0 erI l *V iin iln'i's0ial .p. ,'i\. withI
prlte- tisitd in 'lari; were lht their .i-.'isin lii laysi of nfailitiquo
Iul itlbol rg mid 'T'ri ity gin-de s, artic':.-, .spo-.eially jewvelryt
whihli .v. Ol. tialVS liltL, f"I'll: They' l :ax iii, hIeggars in Ttanily
1iilit t ml iti.ilifuli. 'lThire ar ti. iit itu- ild n it rt ltliti ouki striking thing
tif lit 'l I i\,'r g !iI'rii'Is tirouthIuI lft l ,u0t thi t 'nultli'y is i. appiuaI reii t


I','is, iand frl'wers aire s) cheap
th i, ni'i,nr 'mirr nfl'onrd to have v
I,,ikicl,, .hu luuad.
Visits ZOo*
'1 ;,dmntrd ith un, i ti'iTi y of'
the liuildings in P uri.,"' aid t'ih
seioikuu, ",ho t ui.-n e*nuii asedl u.ip-
J~r*taWhii,:W ,I o U*11rtuities to vee'
the wt.oiild ri'' l ;i < i,' iPnri'i prin-
iliqial m'uionlu Itlinii) teim..U' I'Ltmlu(,i.
Ii."tlre "colo:Ltioll.
"I'lh children ot P' Fane at-
tracted oi ow I' tlh 'm i.r utiftiul bh.-
haviii.," aid A\I t,. Otto. who
stalii's that Lhe little foIlks airc
ticldeii s~ en n the sr:'etsi but ldo
their plnitng in the pretty gar-.
dl'i.u. whit h are plentifully sup-
jiliel tilh v\'ervy ionceivable arti-
HIe of chihlitlish dtevot.ion.
Itslsh'is at the theu'tre' in Paris
'wem e 11l l monuia, some of them 75
yeciii uold, said the returtind tta.
elti'r, whlo 'exprotssed i.'l 'prii i t'
filiniil' so ni n il y wIi on wr rklingii
in F1rnnlc, but rttributes fhit
condition io tho after effect of
the great conflict.
Attending divi o service at tihe
one M'Mthodist church In Paris
was fuund tio Ie awkwar' d for Key
Wisiers., aince the sermon and
tona wcic, ii Froncih.
AMrs. Otto happened to be inl
l',iis ni Tltiste (F'ench .Fourth
,if July), atid i witiinessd tihrl'
dlus iinl niilghts if ,' co ta Lit hilur-
it. including old thlie stPret
dtliees to miiusic f'url'ished ib t he
nowi olholetet cuncerthmis.
Mcde of Living
She I',oimd i thnt thle Friench
people r'e e6nser'vatists indood,
nid that living there is very
choalp. They cat .a lot a ol' ( 'ruit
and it') reit.'As lmys 'n almolniit 'of
fl'aplL'e tlil'e Ihiat a would ctlst
$1.00) inl A .miririt. Ientsi id
staple lfod:n are low, with gas andt
electricity cheaper than in tilli
o ii t ry.
I'Thll pa'hIWnLt, fovr i'n intere':;t-
Ing I'eatlir' lor vitOior to Parki,
h lr iii 1ir l hm .i r u v ,' ."iu t .' ., t m'
city \ ith 'oautm, which ire in snme
il ltilll('( s nw ll traiin d i and (In
so,;,ilc siu:ti l that C lre interesting,
After two weks in l'ni, Mrs.
Otto HiUal oe S ent to itali and
took in the night at lJuan Les Pin,
thle gruat senaide report on the
Frie:ih riviera, the toinidri'ul
place behind. dubbed by tourists the
French (Cney l IlandT. Tlmhy took
i driir \'ver the Grand Cornish
und obtained an enlltl'lcinlg view
of the Fl'rueih riviera, coniing
ilown i'rol, t.le fatlmos boulevard
lit the noted Monte CAN'l, \wherv
the gt oulnds wo'tlre foulld lmnit
lia .itf lli and perfectly kept.
They went to the famous aquar-

1 Shopping Dae



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abrenicei ;. of p.) erty. They arc ail
V'o,,alists anid aIlt:lirinngi, all -singr
ing : tl ilicy go, a id eve' i'y ulo
t;eenowr o bi happy. While in
Flrunicc tho vi!tnors took a sight-
'r.eii.n trip to illAinu, one of tile
world's IatsliGt.ed cqthelvra!ej

Alitmo. Italy, they found to be.
1ir mnosr t A, i Ccicuilt in uatl),tI-raIi
ol' any -ii the Italiain ,it;. isilt-
;ilI. Tnieri t hey hnid thie Chilished
privileg nf viewing what is pro-
'tacincted the niii.t xc(n;cediiily
bcaul i'ul c:t (.l ral in i ul lthe
tridHI, a aifiicieeio t structure of'
whiite nmrble, adorned with 2t,-
i00(0 lilfe.'-ize inmges.
Switzert.h:d e t'aLn s tiit visled,
%%ith firat stp ut C,'oio, then to
Iigano .I'crl one night. 'Thice
t o BRnl'nnU Zla andl on ii Fltin,
rusciinated along thi' hine by the
.1io.i entriilsim g cNipuatau of ull Al-
pine sceneir', with the road so
hlirh up on the mountains that the
clouds below sievi'td to be l'iing
oil the ground, 'Thli delightful
parama u gave the Key Wcaters
what Mrs. Otto. considers the most
rugged it' i all nloLntat. scenery.
"I believe this is lthe very place
whert' Napo lorn took hliql men
across the Alps," ,.-aid Mrs. Otto,
lwho .sHay' thla llhe American
Rockile; w\\tre lcompiaredl.t to the
All's ais "ime I'toothills" by a wito-
imnii nimet with mn the trip through
the sky over tlih Allps.
l''ioill FImiri th toh u tOu ist) clntinl-
tie tlrlugh \,.oderl'lul ce.liery
an il urrivd next at Loearnco,
'which they priiii C l i f u ne< o' tlhe
most inau tl and niti glu tificert re'.
so|'l.- ofl tlihe p tiir \ orhl,. o'rk
dcligligtiul trips \\%re takLell on the
liWiei olr Switzerlasitl, small buldiet
of \U'.utr :;Iri'iuLidcd 'y nt mun.
tuinuls wvaill, w\mindiin about s o
Iiiutch so that the point of en-
tra'tll wI 'lst n011 n lost to view 1ind
the ,;iiht;er-s worer wondering
Ihow thli'y 0uuld find i plalut to
rct out.
Visit To Lucerne
A week \,'a. thliii pent i Ju-
,'.'iic', w'hiue t til luullits li il' WHt
vietcved with iliuch wondetllent as
an,nr tlI Ihcdlng attractions of
this fine rtimnier resort.
Next week waml i-elint fit Intl'r-
laken. S,' itzerland, vhere wiat
seen the fanmous .ungfrau, a
mountain penk 15,000 feet high
iund tovteredl with iinow tWe year
iu11Ild. Pretty hotels and inel
le|velr'y stores werr tti unglli the
ether attractions found here.
Th ince on to Mlontranux, un-
other Swiss city, where Wnas \'iit-
ed then lnuil Castle ifr Chion,
which reminded the visitor:. of tho
linthor's descriptions of f Monte
Cristo.
Their next atlp was at Geneva,
(Continued on Page Five)

I Gardner's Pharmacy
KODAK FILMS
SODAS SUNDRIES DRUGS
Phone 177 832 Duval St.
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ATLANTA, Li. ti.-Mr.
BaaHiielp Tiolilip.ziii, of Juckiuli-
ille, tuidaty ',* (lil uncicd fri'oiii
Ln1 to fomur vvur.i imprisoineidlI
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WOMAN AIDING IN ESCAPE OF Advances In Railway Efficiency !BLIMP "DEFNDR" RAC S MIAMI

CONVICT IS GIVEN SENTENCE Replace Fever Of Track LayingODAY T NATION LON Ai

UY""Y. ,.. .U I TODAY TERMINMINC LONC AIR TRI
MRS. B. THOMPSON OF NORMAL WEATHER i ----,

JACKSONVILLE TRIED IS FORECAST FOR OODYEARCRAFT COM

IN ATLANTA t FORECAST FOR MRS. THOSE. OTTO GIVES DETAILED PL"'ESAIR VOYAGFt
IN ATLANTA COURT. SOME SECTIONS' 0DEAR C AFf
TODAY -- COVERING ELEVF;
VRALY DAY1OF BRIGHT t UW'r -"B' I Key West Resident Spends Five Months Abroad
-ISEVERAL DAYS OF BRIGHT HUNDRED MILES
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SEE JOE WHALTON
512 Margaret Street
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MIAMI, Dec. 6.--Ih,
(Goodyear .blimp "DefHndJ-er"
landed at Miami today after
an 1,100-mile trip frouin
Akron, Ohio,
The overnight trip from
Gadijdn, Alabama, was made
in 17'. hours, landing with-
out difficulty,
The crew reported no
trouble oin Ihe trip from
Gadideu.
The blimp was greeted by
a large crowd when it lInde'l
on the field today with grvat
admiration shown for itt. ,vc
cupants in making thq lnitr
flight without prcticaily .xr
difficulty whatever.


REWIS WAIVES

PRELIMINARY

HEARING TODAY

MAN F4r.t. ON C.HI t0.
OF A'TTEM'PTED MUDriJ
WILL LET CASE GO DIRECT.
LY TO CRIMINAL COURT

W. Kewis, of the LoTtnum':-
livir ret'ioii. held la Monroe co'r-
I.V pl)isoi iln default uit haiil t'"
taking $2,500 on four ctha re oi t
attempted murder i, apple ;ir'l i*
fore C(ounty Jtudgt ue llih r1'l
this forenoon and waited pir.
linriinutr hentings, stating that '.
haid dvecicihd to let hia cases gi,, dli-
reetly to criminal court, thi, nes
essiil if t' hiin cilnvenos on the
sLcolld 31lunday in Jainualry.
Rewiis, who is reported to lie
cornid'red.il as Ir "bad man" in his
home community. was cafptulrl
recently in the 1'I Thousanil
Islands region by Theriff Nilo1
:and dcpu.iti.. He is speeifieall-
chuargcd with lmavin la]ifed r1'i.
people at a so-called lance in I i
Lo.itmnan's river cmtminunity, iin -
jilI'til' .so'iie of them eriouAi':
liI akedi tile sheriff tthis iol oi
ing to hi allowed to appelir li
county ico ,,iur to I aive prelimil,,i1.
hearing's ;n thie char mcs against;
iiimn, and the permit .ion w5,n
riluntd. lihe prisoner went t,
ooi t iIsIil''i-' tuard.

New Otfice Fixtures At
U. S. Customs Offic

.New systems ol .te'oi filing
cabinet and uther office micns-
::orics are liing installed in of.
ficeis of the local U, S. euntoiis
ionie of the units being d;.
r'ulded w ere bult by trillii;
inlakci's IIInLIy 'Lafi sago .i nrit i
still in excellent stgrte of Ipre-
servutietn, It was ahown.
Thie eustoalu ( Hvision of tlie
federal building is l.lso to be nlhp-
plied with' H new system of elec-
tric illumiri tiun, the f ixtiues t )
be similar to the highly orniauiei.
tal drops recently in.stallhcd ri t
the 1posoffic'e, uccotrdin to, T
Btlraasma, deputy collector in
rhurge of the lcnl cIIstoine u.



FRESHLY KILLED
Key West
VEAL BEEF
c-0- -
KOSHER MEAT
TUESDAY
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Palacios' Market
608 DUVAL SiT.


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Iran CIMAiN r pUXaatwIO eC.
F.A.TR&-1, t'rem"4ea1t-
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ic'cu~ri c sVe A A8eelated Preo
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i a .'t i a iz r es c aariias c f sb ius& x evui uitia't5 0
2~::, c~,lt reeticcs. te. wii Lt i L;tidi-d ir' a&
Li.' t.le ft 10 -et a Iaa c'.
f tno tertatinninx1'ita sy vhb;r Isstruan wobiD
a '."conuo is to be derived StC i GOets V 1t.A.
of potslit tusuzs a n sulhcts -,i total t vidaeral
'I u est itUt Pi *tla nt :t'Llt.t CLiL,,La-I tcuOM-


IMNPROVEMENI'i h'uR KEs WES'r
ADVOCd-S4I) Y THE CITIZEN


1. ViWatr c.nd Scwerage.
ih. l; cs to comI.lete R ad cni
lan i d.
' (Comprehersivo City Plan.
S Hi.,tel and Apartrnin rn
5. Bathing Pavilion.
(. Aquarium.
7. Airports--Land and Sea-


THE KEY WEST CITIZEn


i'LL always seek the truth and print it
witlhot f-ar and without favor; never be
afraid to attack wrong or to applaud right;
always fight for progreat; never be the or-
gan or the mouthpiece of any person, clique,
faction or class; always do its utmost for the
public welfare; never tolerate corruption or
injustice; denounce vice and praise virtue;
commend good done by individual or organ
iation, tolerant of others' right, views and
opinions; print only news that will elevate
and not contaminate the reader: never com-
promise with principle.


Owen D. Young 5iur pleieidtia.

I,'d you knO. tt:aT. rIna starts with pa and
swds with ma.-Palmnttl News- Ja, we know.

It iook;: as; thoB;go h it hearer is going to
let the senate oft witcoht ,aiy further investiga-
tion.

Suoks like the retrenchment camp(tgn of the
cLunti; c~unmmisoiiners is gilng& to bring off a head
"r tWO

(nrnmniiaionev Porter showed the handwriting
on the- wnll o clearly that no Daniel was needed
to interpret its meaning.

Only about one more Carnegie Foundation
repol is nieededi toi make an enlargement of foot-
Lali stadiums unperasive

Psy,.hiatri vd that when a tiiL..w does something. wvong there
is -omething \VrT.gi with him.

Sever* l contemporary authors have admitted
that they dislihk to write We have suspected that
niiit Of t loinm du it uut of pure cussedness,

The senl ,;f an ai.ient Stneinrian kigi, r-g
eet'ltly unearthi.i, poitrayed inan-headed bull. i and
hull-headed men. I nly the latter lpelei has d n-
rived the nge..

Dy riateialialy rted-.inrg thl'ir onn saal'ies as
ihe fir-t stop ii thi' n al (w i\ ltreA1 tiwent pri -
t .ram, tthe .kr,[ tiue county Lcotirnissiniitis practice
t well as preach n :i:';::. f;iie d( ctrine.

1ow can tih. hi,hli-soundin;! claim that "it'd
slwayiy J)ne in M\iumi" hold it intended sig-
v"r a r ; *r ,tt :::. -, r i..T.g
that yesterday was November 5 in the Magic
fity?

Characters considered as "bad men" in their
home communities are invariably meek as a lamb
once in toils of the law. Such individuals are al-
mns.t invariably c "bullies" in appearance, so long as people fell for
tlhir bluff stuff.

People of this community should unite in ex-
lH jssing to the navy department appreciation of
the magnificent vessel presented to the Sea Scout
movement of this city. The purchase of such a
ship, ideal in every way for the purpose of train.
ing Sea Scouts, would have been an utter impon-
.bility, and for this reason the valuable gift to
the boyhood of Key West is more highly prized.
A unanimous vote of hearty and sincere thanks is
'^'^

J1111. .$1'LAM AMILAI)

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1'0idN t et ,S' st' li titoill len -d r. in f irlalh1.t idu sla
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fo r i et eI olpe1 ilar nt i o- l 1a tI hr it K, caiiir
it ie l itA t V .l tGti, It: mlll oa llli l. nltl l l ) ll n ii
felt thid a ti tle't t.ii)ll o')f i juli trl a.l nd l)ii 'ili n lr-
tiv illes' t iiin ld fcllw.v, v. ith i in: q e it tli, l ihy
hn'e l daiii i vihte.-prtit i e i ri i oli
"T e .'tl eletta giv ie i, dutrnt l of,' e in r\ y'
blillch iot ln intlle ni l l t n d i'V i .' 'a'rlt ;. I
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I a t i mal 'llt s fta t l u.tai .iln i iil i l d nl ;t aril
d11, ict to eai n l t ion ant 1 :Ir, lot I h, I t
'lr e h lti'id leIg..'ie api it ,t i iypa \m ill p Ill IIiII'r'
t n ,ll a ld f l)illinl l I n he ,,lr i i l in r yln'lr tall l
Satera iltilit'eas will tp h int e.,iinrm o :ii i, Rl n 'n, whi.
le st",\ il t 1 t ii l lh e t' l t e',lll ll It :, l' po V c'i
i ts t ill be stpi led up Ths :-amelll liot. i l' ptroI .
rfss i oitunded l y lhr h -.ie iWiO S l.':ris Un] busi-
nea' enter riseu, andiii tl e 1c ,ii i l .i,n th ,I.,>ii,.,l
labor in maintaining peari e in "nuiiitry hav'iis -, br n
pledged.
instead of the depresioln which was at fir t.
feared, it now appeal' that many tal illion:-a htil Io-
fort devoted to speculation 1 iay i not tbe i h\ '0t,1l
tu legitimate enterprises, thus making for greater
prosperity than ever.

POWER OUTPUT GROWS

In the ai ual tireport it j t is-uei d the i'di'eal
Power Cio' inii tlnl, co ipolse d of the terett i'irs i f
the Departmnent of Waur, Interior anm ('Aiiciitrce,
says:
'"The electric power industry of the country
continues to maintain an amazing growth. Tlhe
generation of electrical energy reached a total of
practically 88 billion kilowatt hours in 128tS, an
increase of 126 per cent over the annual produc-
tion 10 years ago,"
It is also stated that 1929 will show a mark-
ed i ase t in production over It92, t.l11 tha e thOe
percentage f waterpower generation will be rie
Anen'td, while geneiallin by siearii litaver will h~e
greatly increased. ), all the electricity prodc1' i(1l,
alhniit ,nl ..third l h ii gli t'rated by woturp-o eera nlt1
two-thirds by stiear. Relarding lie greater uie
of steam ipoler the report says:
"The substantial reduction in the co.-t of
steam geneil tiont }).v staltins l of nlldte ,'i t utri ll
tion has greatly narrowed, if not overcome, the

iocalities" It adds that a system ll curnhiiii .
water and steam power ir generally the nioy
ecOonomial. l
The ,nu>nission recmuninends that the regula-
tion uf le<.tIc rates he let'l v-ithI the scv trrlI
states, as at present, the federal governmnil It t)
keep hands ,,t' except in cases \\ier'e adjiniing
tates dIle ton.ile lu agref regarding rates aIllndl

"h \fi .v, . v..r. *. t- ':' .' i}.,.l '
'd The wt r ,,,., i oln, j i, n bi ulmiling' gr.int nI-w
pr',jects;. W lh I "l ) e it i l1,1id ,nc*]ti( t) l ; -nd ,. |
.'Iancell t le.sign ,At'1r '.i ,i I, Iig ilId I)h.i ati)on of
the preewineiii ..f .\a m lnr:. ngineeliing skill in
the water p..v,Ne, il."

THE WORM iT)RNS

]t,'rentty -m lle ,; i), (;, uin, th|. wilhow of
i, ,m,,i',, n .t , li.. il i . 111 K',- hl h,.d )i,.n atn ,,il
n ui ,,lliih..l \. ilh l h, u sin |i. |, I...n awantl'd
.I r 0i() d ,ian iii ': (t .-,., i.'; na. ll. ow nV lr or Hiel
t l'h .'k. I "uli lc'm n oil tr,| i si, uililn lil, <'|sM U K.,

"Thi.-: i:< the I*,1,, oi | ,' u ,,1m t11 lurliniii ---if a
lr ili'dil miay bp b r.fe'rlc l In ;iu ; 1a w'Iarr). [n\v'(tifn
nI)11 ,t" l grl'ua l Pra l- illK- ,,ihsi ld l-l *; will disclh .S that,
In miust cuasl2 ,, thtv ia 'e flit fault 1' Of ., vw hich,
driver who dt es nut m.vn,.i.c,. diln,, it'ittll ( ip.
l, ,... hi.i a tailrh uad tir k. In this ca:sf, lh. law
requit-e fliat all vehiul; n come to full :.top at all
railroad cinssings; but thi.-, hke many ollh.r law: ,

"The Georgia ,utiy has establi.lhpd what niuy
prove tu be a precedent in hmhling that the ear


owner and driver moust be held to as full ac-
countahality for srl)) ac. idents as the railroad
company or the locomotive engineer."

FATHER DISINHERITS CHILDREN

A pharmacist who died last week in the rnst-
ern part of the United States disinherited his five
children, aid 'we don't blame him. In his .will he
stated that frt the past thirty years they had tak-
en no interest in him.
We don't blame the old man in the least. How
any family circle can drift so far apart is beyond
us. Yet it happrnc, without many of us being
wise enough to assess the blame. Plrhaps the
fault is on both sides, but even so, children who
desert their parents do not deserve to share their
estates,


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The Air Circus Vtint, wi-herei you will behold the
By MARY GRAHAM BONNER ni'aivels of tlhis ntnd very age-
C'ir-tiaii oy tlir ],it)lt BlW ,k Chtl': I-the fint-t. trau!,tzo pe foro mesi-, the
Cl rtairuy heo Little. Black Cloia reltst (if unl!Ins, t hill- ruinikl
coll.li t ln th time w ay aht-ad:tc f, tlhl:i, the 'ii st
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n ircis i n air, u t hi \t l ettlireH antd un-
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'idl,, i r,',y I',rg ,lirvpilr ihh,, whi ThP
d. n M y |;r;. ,|irigiblel, which 1 Chut w1; natural. Eviry-
rfvui tii h.l J.l lhn and 'i'vggy of pici- I \\ ; inl(e'Orsted in the circus,
nen;, 1.I' n Zieppl)in livy ha>d sLeell. ; II I didn't, sepmt possible that,
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tlIiri,. whho ||l, voo,11, t, Ilhc .ir'us Effctirve Mai
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ma i i. l i Oh, I !,,,. llring JLv. Key West for Port Tan
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GIFTS FOR THE HOME g
THAT MAKE IT MERRY THE WHOLE YEAR THROUGH
A Merry Christmas, indeed, and years-
long happiness with these modern home
1comfco.-t. Easy to give-you needn't
make the down-payment until February
5 11 Ist, 1930.
What better way to say "Merry Christ.
man" through the year than the HEAT
CONTROL GAS RANGE that means more
leisure hours for the woman you love.
S_ The improved method of cooking that
means more successful, healthful, scientif-
ically cooked foods.
3 B Christmas . Peace on Earth . for
centuries home and fireplace have been
synonymous terms. Let the family gather
before the RADIANT TYPE GAS HEAT-
ER this Christmas. An open fire brings
strong.cr ties, health and good cheer to
the whole family.

BUY NOW AND BEGIN
ENJOYING THESE MODERN
HOME-GIFTS
S DOWN.PAYMENT DEFERRED
UNTIL FEBUARY lot WITH EASY
S MONTHLY TERMS. ANOTHER
CHRISTMAS OPPORTUNITY TO
ADD HAPPINESS TO THE
HOMEItII


Florida Public Utilities Co.
(Gas Company)
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Industrial and Finacial
REVIEW
By WILLIAM MoMAHON, Pres.

William McMahon's
Market Digest

The period from Thanksgiving t(
Christmas is or should be an "era ot
good feeling," In which we may take
inventory of our material and Im-
material accounts. Also, we mai
find It easier to put away fears ot
dire things that might happen and
of class suspicions and Jealousies
We are all heirs of a common her.
Itage of opportunity, and all art
partiopants of a common Industralh
dividend. Here in this country there
Is no accredited class domlnatlot
whereby any group is opproaessed bl
the rest, for we have grown to thal
degree of understanding which Im.
pels us to appreotate that all classed
here must advance or recede to-
gether, Here we are more Inter.
tested In helping the lowly to the
heights than In envying the expend.
Itures of the wealthy. In a country
where the rich are stingy and the
poor are spenders, the result is dis-
astrous; but where the poor are
parsimonious and the rich are lib-
eral, we have contentment.
This country has much to be
thankful for and much to regret
This le only a natural condition,
At this season we can think of oui
blessings with thankfulness and ot
our misfortunes as pointing the
way to greater heights Just a little
distanre ahead.
Labor Is better employed than at
any time since the war, and the re-
sult of the President's Industrial
conference Is a guaranty of still
more widespread employment. The
farmers are feeling more optimistic
and corporations are registering
record earnings, with the exception
of a temporary let down In some
groups which are sometimes called
luxury groups. Our foregln trade
It going ahead with leaps and
bounds, There is steadily growlns
a better sentiment among American
and luropean countries, prompting
a give-and-take spirit and attitude
all around. Best of all, our men of
vast affairs are studying economics
and are seeking reputations for gen-
eral welfare achievement. Captains
of Industry are writing books on
righteousness. Financiers are more
and more trying to do business ac-
cording to the moral law. We are
beginning to realize that to be on
the level Is a paying proposition
here and now.

Itshls nBetween tia e Toes tI re-
lieved quclily by pplylngl Impeitanl
Eczemn Rncimdy a t lidtlme. Dritf-
gits ar" uit horlzedi lo refund ylur
tlonrly If it fille.--Adv.

as Pep.gy said, it even had the
dear), good old familiar .smell of a
.*'ular ei ,us!

(Tomorrow--"Thle Bi.g Show.")


BUS S. EDULE
DAILY ADVICE TO
Miami, West Palm
Beach, Jacksonville.
Tampa,
And All Points North
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e eee*** ee ee .e*********** Wiliaimn Kelton, 69, of Cnal-
Today's Aniversaries vile, En., was evicted from a
cottage in which -his family had
e**ooooo..ss*eeeBsUUsoso lived -for 200 years,
1778--Joseph Louit Gay-Lus. ..
sac, famous French physicist, the Subscribe for Tho Citizen.
first to make a balloon ascension ,
for scientific investigations, horn.
D])ie' In May, 1850).

178(; -(Caroline Ann Southey,
English poete s and writer, bian, Ir
l)id July 20, 1854.O R K

1711 George Hollond, noted
1co791- d orfg Ho'is da, ornted FROM KEY WESTj Special ailing
.onldian o' his liintland. Died in New York direct to New York.
City, Di.c. l19, 1870. FROMMIAMI: Every Tuesday (eix
cept Dec. 31) and Saturdays Dec. 14
12:3--Max Muller, one of the and 18 direct to New York.
g'r .,.test scholars of the 19th clon- FROM JACKSONVILLE calling
tlry, borun in Germany., ied in at Charleston, every Tuesday, Friday
Eni'iland, Oct. ', 1900. s and Sunday.

183:3-.,1Shn Singletorn Monfly,
fulnnlou Conf'derate canvalry loud- I T T
er, Imrn in Vilrginia. ied in AND THE WEST
\\'.\l 1.ini.'to C, I). l'., Msvy otr0, lTuesday from Mlamil direct t
Galveston with through tickets and coneo-
I7---Joselh Con.rad, notec i tons to all points, Including Paciflc Coast
i:n gli1h1 novelist, born in Poland. i PAST DIRECT FREIGHT SERVICES
Died'l ill'iglstlind, Auogust 3:, 1 12-1. Key West to New York: Every Friday.
Ki ey West to Galveston: Bvery Saturday.
Key West to Miami Every 0ldays.
Sl Oalveston toKey Wet: Zvery WednetdW.
New Orleans to Key WestI I10th, 20th, 30th
mupof each month
"To children "a angre of meresy'' where
VrIne-.1" "?It olwe ,,I'H CLYDB MAL RV
rm ]l Zeltv, rit aunj rspous CLYDR U 6
et VANTI IN.t ntI full IC..S mithAent,
twoud ilxtr sar-' toet. Suld everwhe CESmith, Agent,
dr by uIIIlI. 0l 1a bottle, Key West,Fla. e
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OUR BIG OPPORTUNITY

The annual winter tourist season is now
upon us. We have reasons to believe, and
we hope, that we shall' have the biggest
L.eason in our history. If our hopes and
expectations in this regard are realized we
shall have a better opportunity than we
ever had heretofore to display and sell our
wares-our climate, our fishing, boating
and bathing, our magically beautiful nat-
ural setting, and the general desirability
of our location as a winter resort or a place
of permanent residence for those who love
natural beauty, sunshine and out-door liv-
ing. A big tourist season will mean for us
a big opportunity, and we should take ad-
vantage of it, but let us not forget that the
spirit with which we receive our visitors
and the manner in which we treat them
will weigh far more heavily with them
than our beautiful setting and many nat-
ural advantages. Let us remember that
these winter visitors are our guests and
that the law of hospitality imposes upon
us the obligation to greet them with cheer-
fulness, treat them with courtesy, give
them the best we have to offer, and charge
them u nly what is just for the services we
render them. Let us hear in mind that our
guests are all potential future citizens, or
at least constant winter visitors, that they
all have friends, and that to please them
means an increased number of visitors next
year and a wider circle of interest in our
community. Let us remember that we must
live next year and the next and the year
after and do our utmost this winter to lay
a foundation far permanent growth. We
have before us a big opportunity. Let's
not bungle it.



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FIUIDAY, t)ECE:VR 6, 1921.


TERE LEY WEST CIMZEN


PAGE rJRAM


BRONX BOY

HAS SHADE

ON INDIAN

REFRRi'E DANNY RIGOE
HiL13 BCUT WITII NEBO
ON HIS FEET AFTER THREE
BLISTERY SESSIONS


The follot iiI', soiy n, l n i o i
fight last (i'ridny ut:iht between
PIte Nelbo, cli Key W t,, anil Al
Singer, tihe UDonx Jew boy, was
written by Ed Frnyne in Thu Nov.,
York Amerl:ti.n inid will Ibe read
with interests by the '';git fans of
this i!y. This is l,'Fayne's ; stc:' ;:
First, Pete Neito wi s (Iro;:'gv,
then Al Singer, thi(,n Nebo, and
finally it 'got too inluci for little
Danny Ridget, the gray-shirted
referee. He got griogg'y, too,
btoppitng it perfectly good main
event at Madison Square Garden
ltt night just about the tile it
was beginning to get good. Sin-
ger was declared the winner on
a technical knockout.
All this grogginess took place
in the fourth round of a sched-
uled lO.round match between the
leathery Florida Indian and the
popular Bronx lightweight. Ridge
stopped the contest after two
minutes and twenty seconds of
blood-tinglinE punching, witl,
Nebo pinned on tihe rulpe in i
neutral corner and Singer potr-
ii'g leather at his defenseless
chin.
Nebo was hurt, of course,
but whether he was hurt bad-
ly enough to justify Ridge's
action is a matter that is still
open for discussion. Nebo is a
top.notch fighter, and he was
still on his feet. He had
been on his feet all through
the three blistering rounds
that has preceded the finish.
Maybe Too Soon
A fighter of Nebo's caliber is
entitled to at least one visit to
the floor, particularly, in view
of the fact that he had Singer
looking like a knock-kneed toe
lane ar faw iectietlsd bidfuie lidllg
interfered.
SIf Rige had exhibited his kind
heart in the first round, when
N'ebo went itunblling all over the
ylacep lder it right hand smack
on the chin, there might have
linen less room for criticism.
Chief Pete was more at sea in the
closing iinihute of tile first than
hle w11 at the tine Ridge did ino
interfere.
Not that there was much
complaint from the great
c -wd of 17,000 which peaU-
every nook and cranny of
the big arena. Ihey had seen
what could be literally called
a stunning success, and they
were well pleased with the
way it ended. Singer is their
favorite. For that matter,
the fight ended in accord.
ane tith the evidenCe up to
that time, Singer having won
the first three rounds.
The paid aiteldatece was l5t,-
501. Gross receipts were $56,-
405.28, and the nut $49,897.73.
Pete Bad In First
It rwas plain from the first
that Singer was Nebu'sn master at
long range. The clever Jevi:h
boy bored holes in the Indian'n
face with his left at the start.
But Nebo is smart and tricky and
he finally Woeaved under the left
with a jolting hook to Al's face.
The battle was fast and .furious
up to the final thirty seconds.
\vhen Singer shot it terrific left
against Pete's chin. It was such
a wicked smaeh that blood fol-
lowed the glove as it pulled aw ry
from the Chief's mouth. The
Chief wobbled all over the pklac
in the closing few seconds, with
Singer showing punch at his
head.
The first-round punch took
somnie stenam away from Pete and
Singer ntast have landed at leas
twenty stinging rights to his chin
in the second. Bilt Nebo made it
interesting with a hard left hook
that found its way to Singer's
jaw more often than Al liked. A
couple of times, he almost knock-
d Al off balance with It.


Nebo was stronger in the
third, but Singer still outbox-
ed him at long range. It was
close but Singer was a step or
two in front at the end of the
round.
Nebo Comes Back
Soon after the fourth started
Singer caught Nebo with a right
tsmash that made the Indian wob-
ble. lie recovered quickly and
electrified th(e crowd shortly af-
ter by driving Singer to the
ropps land staggering him with a
right to the .aw.. Al was plainly
aick and held on until his head
cleared.
Fighting at long range, Singer
stepped in with a particularly
savage left to the body, following
it with his best punch of the
light. It was a right that boom-
ed against Pete's chin and the In.


FIGHT CARD AT

ATHLETIC CLUB

MONDAY NIGHT

BABY MANUEL OF TAMPA|
AND YOUNG FERNANDEZ
TO DE SEEN IN MAIN BOUT
OF BIG SHOW


(By Blondy)
At the Athletic Club buildthi,
which is now 1bing used Iy the
Key West Recreation Club, on
Monday night local fight fans will
be given a chance to see in ac-
tion a clever little southpaw
whom everyone has been asking
for. That person is none other
than Baby Manuol, Tampa 112
pounder, who .will meet Young
Fernandez in the main bout of a
bang-up boxing program.
This card is being put on iun-
der the guidance of Hoy Hamlin
and Dewey Riggs. Riggs' ability
in the past to smell out good
bouts should ausure the fellows of
a fast go Monday evening.
Messrs. Riggs and Hamlin saty
they have many other boys who
want'to fight for them and muaiy
good contests are anticipated for
the future. Such boys as Oscar
Pita, Pie Traynor, Mickey Sawyer
and Joe Mills have expressed a
desire to get on the programs in
the coming winter season,
There arei. lot of good boyi
on Monday night's list among
whom are Bobby Waugh iand
Young Gonzalez who squaree off
in the semi-attraction. Theuc
boys have already proved their
mettle in Key West ringa and ii
real fight is only to be expected.
Young Sutnana meets Young
Gilbert in the main relinu. (ll-
bert is somewhat of a newcomer
in the squared circle and has yet
to show what he can do in things
fistic. Santana, however, has
had five or six good battles and
has ahown up as a good boxer and
a h'nril hitter.
Kid Vargas, who has won quite
a few bouts recently, nmeeta
Battling Farnet, better known au
"Oile Round Hogan," ilI tile cur-
tain raiser.
Taking the card as a whole
Monday night at the Athletic
Club will be a night of muchu
pelea,"

MARINES AND

KEY WEST TEAM

PLAY TIE GAME

.OOTUA..L CONTEST YESTER.
DAY AFTERNOON AT BAY-
VIEW PARK RESULTS IN
SCORE OUF 6-6


llundrid.j of fuan, witln u,~ad a
,i1i! i:'ig frotlmll Ogaeie u the
uy\viw 'Park grid yesterday of-
orlnoo1 when the Marine players
:ict the picked Key West team in
cliioely contested scrimmage
hat rc;:ultli in a tie score of -60.
Nash, tar end for the service
outfit, w'-s injured in the early
,nrt of the conli'lct, sustaining a
oe.ceu ga'uh over an ear. lie is
:p')ct(tC, however, to soon be
.,ark i:1 lin, again.
Stoi;b 4,<> of thie marines aggre-
:atit:oi o .pipr"' d pleasure at see-
ntg .| ) lh ': iIl-illenr e crowd out
nld s y, they p!'preciate this un-
nilin.kaiblv i'v;dence of local in-
';er;i! in . has etrour ~ged the service people
.0. to otelirate in the promotion of
.poi) I.' 'oiit during the prusolnt
season in the fullest possible
:nea.u:i it wu, -tatcd.
13r. RIt!lenhour stated today
ha! negotiations aR, now under
"*n: with oCticials of the UniverL-
:ity of H:'va.na with the aim of
'1ri".ging thlit institution's fine
Leoua here for a game in the near
'uti.'re, perhaps around Christmas
nlm. lite complimented the large
'tt lnidanee at recent evelits, and


irnwaed the people for their good
orderr yceIterday anid their
houghtfulness in remaining clear
.f the grid so as to not get in
the way of the players,

dian was knocked back to the
ropes.
Trying to avoid a knockdown,
Nebo braced himself against the
ropes 'and covered his head as
best he could, singer punched his
arms away and drove sharp and
fast for the head. It was a hurri.
cane of punches, and there is 1no
doubt that Nebo took a heavy
beating. However he was still
able to stand when Iidge made
his surpriplng decision.
Al Singer weighed 182% and
Pete Nebo 129.
More than 18,000 were seated
around the ringside when the bell
rang for the main event.


TUBBY


STHE SELLER wO ALL AB Nn I CAM TELLL' APPEAR IN ALL.VMII
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ing p alltio r, St re







tcoet otiigi iiir Ito It Xue lit-I l l-l
S t 'A E '~i i' to i all us ,
"it Alotli u h to.0 x .th .e r'u ,d vo l'i .-
f" .fa rem an h a c rna f t c y -bur I .'n whnll, i lld tho to n t
didA't wlh liat nppteih til Id ut t

is sg0 t o aIndhIdo stryoor-hty or their (- 1.u
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-IsL' t, hi& ; dirn )ri'l ,'r dit. nIm ,

T N .initial lkii' tll pitu1, rkr oIf0.
-.. i t k -. 1 1 ,ill 0 i : 111 il l n l I 14'e K l rl ; i
"fof who m h :v,, .ainlm,, bfa nol
A k te I. O4 ACC N 4 itth'e tl:'. E'inia Iit f t l, r ',, it -4
b" -..e,",, in hs :untu r ed t "'i"'" ", ii ,' pr."i 14i. i t hi l ]ir (or: y onaL lt st
A"T, iT I t T IMI 1n. I. .pte. . "Oldt Lady I31" )l layh s t
didn' evenol dl to to h n ame h | |.ole, Ahihilel ;'n i t hk ld'b4i t 1
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I' p m>you aa re a freshman i ctn rn ak fast a J ak E o en't feeld hurt about being thrown Iff te" osh qutiad. or
thatis 'what happened to Elder. Yet this year he was about the atent little ball er the Ramblers h li left blowJack
ti hoLwn b Heitinghis dazlng 8 yard touchdown run a in st Army. In tle other scene he is shown scoring agtalif,'t N rthweste ',r
"i 1.1yAmi lltallll. IPrl ) rv iP inoled kin Moandto with i fwd' t Al:,. l i t-7. 'hl 'd rei t 5'ird o i f t ue i llyr o u';ll-I
SOUTH BEND, Dec. a6.t-Th, al a ttl e which is tmeatlter t t) ll, hl :' ivrill iSn or trc'lk. As' f Corne1ll. .
brilliant Jack Eiler, flashy hal i- has no form. l : rophoir t4 ,it 1in li' ark Oi'ly last' yar' w o hihs let-
ba4e kof the contemporary hRock. When Elder ihaow ted up on l v pla te in football, a l twas1)
ne Ates of NotIe TA,, knew s trish cmpus l he could .run l Ith, itl rl 'lhi1xx '4 pio. )ll 'ally a rgl- th1el. "This y,,trl







ttt i ll y rooox to th a i. ii 'Notre o' 111 IDame, klflft
Ait le about,the gridiron at lck blazes in his untutored Ketu .I ,i lp .htiI t, l l v' lh iche l th ( li not only classed s one of (
i.ili i l the thePi lpo e 'tfa'ieo t 'thatli"worl's record' for h qut. "the most outstanding j half backs in
in'thl fresh lian year tha t Ihe'di 't even have a pai rt l 1. A ior' er set upl the c untry, but he is a bit of
eedidn't 4evenhi and aillacl o ltll J1r EAGEho els to his "namei he ad
tquad. ;o-r.lt of the vursity men il. "t tlo ror of, -.5 for ren-owi ato for l'i-. scholt' oic
And that showed what the uetl- *Lhe10 and 100 yard dashes. th,, .i: y y rdi ,lia t a ti the talidii.






















oood fball GaimeTii tiel illy IT ihetxi'etn jam 5ttit1 it us. Flow
DOUBLE HEADER tvLonli s 1 H01n1ry tell?'' and h e 4.ll4 -1 rY ( *

HERE UNU A l Saturday Afternoon HIP,,. .. (,, ., ,,,, .'ive, 1 r,,...m..:

h e ai'ht Uhiv o o-f Oregon ti ;, lth-ll tt to. .ill ln- ( 'hit h linker, l, ; R I rt I, Ie; N I
tGAMES CAL IhEl ON ACCOUNThI IIt, Flrldal Univermsity fol ',iy tyil p 1-el' to1iiI, 1
ow olifte'rnoo In a contest whi li ic l yvivw ipark to I or- tb l b
ii lh follower eof the gasine ,ht e., -,Th n vi'hholntn of eviiIl -
hered were qu ite a number 11 tr(, .,l u.ntril utedd B libere- 'oTHE NAVYC L BI
A i t i el ing(d,' iIi 'tila s Klo t e t Saen de thst leaving er-" ;y i I ,, : i'ud o r u f riil'h ivn iti i- ( reene St. Opp. We\s ter Uniion
of the dilire ase.all ta lst rni ht al d this ou1ni o I ll io for it he sc t:;.
nf tt' 'iill It, S(url (II ,
i-e purpose of being in attn d.. it a1s- linc-utr bi the, tCold Drinkl Cig4rs(4
lAt Ilight i 'ngreenllent wasil ance at the proposed janlue. 3or(. RAFAEL HENRIQUEZ,
treil( 1hed t h I.,e t e'lln a 1 ll wheti 14 ,will go tonight.,-i v foti l n hllx 4ilrg iat, i lc ttI Mana er NIROETHE T E
by the la cli- t in h4'k- tI i nllny w.illmaket"J(;tlogI;.w"o a.;s.reat it
account ol- rI1in will fi played JEANNE EAGELS I o nIne,,,, in tvwos i, ls ... .
this Suni(ay. )rhi' g L togeatler ri a SUPERB IN HER I was hr formr ce'ss "The .Lt-
the f(islt t;tai- t lihe Key' West tUIeam iT KEh, Tw Ih esastot u1ttiatyt h ,ul*-'r
and tile Calrdihals alnd the se'.- "" ,.LATES. .TALKIE:l6ik' % '",
Saond g 'a ll nVilIn be playedd btw ael i --a i H s i lancesil'
Il ts..i.' i. wouhi have 0 ee1l. .. L iwol avil my t aell?" aind the Iprl 'l

the rin' r there was r o (h ont est. 'wh'i n they are throtta i tened, gi'r- :
irunaied la st h mle.a A l de feat backgl eound with dyiatme J altneie -"cr cir IR
here means the losing of the see-. aplrrun, held Monroe Th .t, in "
ton s a it. thi e Irhe, rs att diences spellbound with thi ivin r
or the .r.tes tnse dramatic ation of "in u l- "i '1


take part in thte na (, ht having two days,
been iml ilrttd especily for ii Juane Eagels, who scored sulihl

J, (in, the .tar p itchir foI'r the' com netn d with da cast of M(,i'lrling




Issued last. ,unday will b(, entitled senen d iln a mole slpecttacular former
t ue) i4 It, thi' Sun(y, it, is Iated, by the living ucreen.
S....... .. ..............o alow u.sy" l laid in a gt luor-


TODAY ius Larisian background, with
-...-.. models, artists and the idlle ch, ANNE
Fetitl ol' Saint Niclhils. pnt.- wilo ue lives as pawns .lannil EAG LS
roin mwint of Childriin. Eugels, is Yvonne, ainir'ies i I .t "'..
poor artist, conealhng a 1 1uS-
Arbrli ID)ny iln Guii'in. tilonabl, past ftroIm himi l'1- Je lU s
countering financial difficiultieit
Independence Day in Finlund. she goes to her former lover for' / a
-- .- aid. in the meantime he has been
The National Woman's Party killed under unusual cilrcuim- twr
meots in Washington, stances., /
.* A mystery within ia mystery
Nntionnl Drug Trade Confer- and a supreme love combine give MONROE THEATRE
onee, Washingto.n. Miss Eagels opportunity to di.- 1 oday TRAND THEATRE Saturday, Sund


I 1 wuS a terror on a batt.l';. lill
lit .inIt "Elthelbort" at holne!
A rile of mirth in tisur'd futi
hy I',1il tliir.it'.s charai.teri atlOn l
in "Siili)r';i lll~nid y," of ui aitil's
ilurliilg bli)y, vlo 1r1i'l ) to' tip to lie
Ilh, halrd'l't boiled boi'suni:4's iinil
In tile nuiivy,
Al\h1i H1l>. 1h fi'tLurced in "SHU11
""r'. Holiday --ith Georgv C -
I1r ;4" thi, biulily wIio lhilp. l lili,
give lr IlIrr i nol f worry. PIr-tty
4lt4 IKilier lha' I t. feihlilin lutll
4illl4 i:t4 l little, 'hi1 ii Miar'. ,'Ir
;l.o playiis an in)mpolrtiiit4 r1il. Il i
i0ii i s il ti (lihe il nomr e Tihi l. l to-
niol'rri' *w. Fred Newiieyrrt dir'l--
ed.
i.-uI-
i ca.t i tlle fathliir of theu hr:e
Moores.
'-v.r, l r 'il .Ei! il nilt ers l ti' 4iii
t lrolidule iln 1 it tI.tioil ofl thl'
'.Iory inil'liidin "Trike ui Loiikl at
Her Now" aid "In (Our ItithI
IlHoie,' VwritL.in by Ost'ar Levail,
lind Sidney Clare, KO sowig-conii-
posing tculii.


Saturday and Sunday

Bi ,4~T =::~'wpl .- i i -'


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THS KEY WEST CITIZEN


FRIDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1929.


* SY\II.' ,' 'r,,i ,., i tig liiirown over her, and the al&',i
I, '/,i,, Cbko .l w 8 i t)@l l/
ep,'' f i it'i Ic'i Ioi ii, A ll 11 111 ils voice brought some color I
"'i. clti '.i/i:O lerte r tou ui0bl0it ier cheeks. "Are you ll? Hurtft
1;,L1r /,i';,1 l, I' oty,'i hlnlidi "Just a sprained ankle."
i ,,,'/. r[tt,'il r hneat gave a most uuao.
n:'<'. hit'l tifil ci l .'... .'( lln i' ni lli nl ilto ill8 steelblue eyes and caught
)( a ii 11 the iiti i(e po- within them the light that shines
:x', 0 ,/,' i.li / l t il's i(i-' ) tll i either Jlnd nor sea. Quivering,
wi iiim niti k,.kht anl ii in l she looked away.
Sl,,'i / i i mi/ ssio ,l ,it Oh, It couldn't be-thoy had met
h L i, ei,,i. i rnitido tih, I li) only a dozen times- It was ridlcu.
h, h, ;,. to n bsurd. Conquering her nagta.
tion, slie looked up shyly, her cheeks
lii ll' n g.
C/litteEr 17 "Wliero have you been this long
AN EMPTY ENVELOPE while?'"
T ,, t" . ln o "Ono m'ladv'e service,"
lD ESilTEI the delossing effrec J ni held her hand, refuse ig to
l the series or mysterious hap let go of It.
was glad to be hack at the lodge .bew
wtse g ily It wi s tome, and sde Haven lawyer, will handle your
foutndl .onit oi tlhe tend ernes "ase when it comes up at the next
rwo wllt ic Julli iado her corn tet of court. He said you were
fortahle iln a wicke r haron the not to worry," smiling In synm
ve'.'da .t "tthc', her sprnlned g,, ,appe
e ran ted op. "Hit how dId this happen-
fo t t his sprain "'
1enr tlterethltnS ert bag d each other, ll d spraino
Her tehth I hopped over youe garden wall,
as tile eveutnt o tie past two weeks it disastrous results,"
passed i quick revie. She vi d ier spirits were soaring as never
with c flaront Ihor viilt to the Rvans before
farm wlitre he had gorne, Imnpulw "O, please don't move the
. .lvey, to rprturo the.w letter oron ,
sively, to re itur thi letter tfroti inet," as Jim pushed the end table
Jetiyt'sciit S 1etai t I re e nd to aside to draw up a chair, and there.
obadit vitt It lad iglit by nearly knocked the table over.
ontly firthit't sf rtune anid the Suppose the linen slipped and ex.
ptuzzlltg discovery of the arniy posed Ill leather bolster? Peggy
htdsier %j)in.Il sheihllt d coiicltdud
grew hot all over-what would he
tbagt bhe ngi ont. hrmink of her? What Insane Impulse
Sutldenly she sat bolt upright. h iaspired her to treasure the







ward she wethrd thrown dow ? "nth Jispiore lhooed the oasue te
"Julian n\her la ily hadbag? holst er because It was his?

to death" sie gasped, "Dar's yoe to welcome you home!"
bag, huiungi o o le arm" He laughed light, happilyd-her
Peggy g la n c e d down; sure Itt spirts were contagious.
enough there ihutng her bag by Its ,Well, did Pop greet you prop.
strap over her arm In which she n ser v?"
had clutched the folded half sheet ,,Ie wasn't home; only Mr.
brought froit Echo faInrm tile lat. Chase."
ter she had thrown down on the Jim's profile showed the dogged
end table close hbsldg ier chair, set t hIs jaws. his broad forehead
Peggy's a feeling or reletf changed a clear-cut features; in a big.
to one of alurum on seeing that her tine way, he, wy, he was actually
bag hung open. Dragging it for. Jiandsomel
ward she went hnrrledly through "You don't look In the least like
Its contents, finally selling every. jo father," she commented softly.
thing Into her lap. Jini's smile vanished.
"It's gone, Julia; o. It's gonee" "I resemble my mother, like all
"Laway, honey, do keep ca'r," lucky sons," he said, shortly. "Well,
advised Jiilln, ier own eyes brle what fortunate circumstance took
Ing with excitement. "ow mucw m yc to see us?"
yu' all dune lis'"" She shook her head.
"Not ndoney, Julln-a letter." "It wasn't a bit fortunate," she
etPeggy glanced il and down tle k amtted. "A letter, addressed to
veranda. Mr. Evans, was put In my mall
"i the r hi the lintg room and bor and I went to er return It and
out on thie tepa : riahps I dropped -and-lost It," she ended lamel.,
It Fettittg unt Io itio car, Hurry!" l"sonmewhere."
In the mutld's absence, she ex Jim chuckled. r'
anilned ther ba more carefully- I "Dion't look so grieved."
the catch was bent, evidently In Leaning forward he again took
her fall clinb.ing uver tile stone her hand.
wall. "I Pop's correspondent doesn't
"I done looked eherywhar, but ge t an answer he'll write again."














et te letter nt ng' the ottn ghe ando oan swe r he'l witer ragn
Is letter ialo' tlec rm." b I hope he won't-it was a letter
Julia's troubled voice caused from Conm, Juimlelon Sinclair!"
Peggy to look i. The hand holding hers grew
"What was It like, Miss Peggy; tigid.
ennytling sperlal?" "How do you know?"
"No; don't in it. Thanks, Julia, And If Peggy had not been loot.
nGo and call sIr Eastman, like a lng at Jm and seen his lips move,
dear; ask for the Litchfleld ex. he would not have recognized his
change, they'll give you his office." voice-it was so hoarse-so dia
Left to herstul Peggy sank back Icordant,
In her chair. Had the letter to "From the commander's return
Obadah Evans dropped out o her press n the letthand corner,"
hag In the n ow on her way to her eyes flashed with Indignation
Echo Fanrm, in the farmhouse It' at the imputation his words lmni.
self, or In tie Ford car? If at tilled, "I took back the letter un.
Echo Farm, Ondlali would be sure opened."
tot flnd it, possibly also In the read "Miss Peggy."
ow, but sipposo Aqulla Chase had They looked up, to behold Jula
inadvertently carried It off with and the Evans' hired boy standing
alin? At that, finding It, lie botan. In the doorway of the living room.
st Umglht suppose the hired boy Red from embarrassment at his
,.ad dropped It In lls car; anyway unexpected prominence, the boy ad.
'ia would be sure to give It to vanced.
6eadiah. "I seen ye drop thls"-holdlng
Oil, it she hadn't been such a out the letter addressed to Obadlah
jol trying to bring hack the Evans-'"back yonder and brunged
.npty hIolster concealed in the I to ye."
'.ids of the torn halt sheet she "Oi, thanks!"
Eight have noticed that her bag Peggy's charmIng smile captl-
as bangilng open on her arim; lto vA the sniall boy's heart: shyly
a.ct, wlihat had plosic'sed her to he took her impulsively extended
'rget thlie letter when tile object Iand, laid the letter on her lap
r- her visit to Khtio i'rm had been and then bolted past Julia and out
r..urnling U~a~llaa properly to the house.
ititit? "Tllank heaven!" exclaimed
A maddening pain In her lni1uri'~ Peggy, thrusting It at him; "you
ankle as shie touveti thinotgliilessly have Sinclalr's letter Intact."
suppliTed reason cnoufi for lier r Jit looked rst at the envelope
getfulness. Surely ciih a sprain 'an then at her.
ia'si.'' suff~cientexcelle "Intact," lie repeated, scornfully:
"1Hello!" T'ie cheery sulutn'lon I'l say not-the envelope is both
canie fiori the walk at tile side of i open-and empty."
tue veriandn Rid gtiiiic'iiK tlint way
Peggy saw Jtii cllmiting up and I tCoht, DAltn ati o.)
uver thle railing, j
"W l ut' s fp opened ha de. Aroused by the loss ot ths let.
Maudtd, gtlilitslng the steadier| tar. 'tin, c'n t n lr hmI atherr il

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w':alnvrd i. iithrun', tille ef thi'
Silt.t', Iorn' in New Orle'ans, ILt.,,
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SPrincess Shigeko,
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Ilpress itf .iupun, born
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actor ori, Wt Newl.ili N' Y..
yea'.g agc. T. E. MILMORE

1erlierlt E. Hawkes, vdu utor, S i',
lnm" l ir rolnullia Univ'ir.1ity, NOTARY PUBLIC
New'. York, lll iii t t til 1til ii it at
Mais., 57 years ago.
-- CITIZEN OFFICE
John S'argent Iil'siurvy ant Residene Phone *
Charles Stinson Pillshury, the
' t twin brother flour merchants of i P,


* "Before my third baby was born
my husband advised me to take your
medicine and he bought me three
bottles of it. When I had taken the
I first one I began to feel better so I
kept on during the whole period.
We have a healthy baby boy and
we are so proud of him and praise
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com.
pound for the help it gave me. I feel
lots stronger since I started to use it
and would not be without it."-
Mrs. Frank Lukes, R, No, 1, Box 8,
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T lh is i.' ;i devrl fa vl'rin the
'birth (f .- \rilt er. The to mind is
ini linlmrI to littriti.ira ln a (d is
iiill with stulicui tific n cicnt.fic

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ol siU'vs..; end prI)l 'hily 1 also
mI oincy. It is Ii strl'ong layU amid
should produce a, strong prsonal-1
it ,.

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treatment and real SERVICE in every department. You will

find it a pleasure to do your shopping here ana you will find the
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at reasonable prices. These merchants take an interest in your

i needs and keep a varied stock for your selection. If you would

know where to do your shopping in Key West consult this guide

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ABE ROSENTHAL PAUL BOYSEN CO. OPTOMETRIST & OPTICIAN
E yes xartined and @lasses properly fitted.
Licensed Real Estate Brokers Brok n fram an mut du *
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SVALDES BAKERY 713 SIMONTON STREET
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Phone BAK3JE Besinners and others are accepted for
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1929,


M'CALLA CAMP

HOLDS MEETING

ORGANIZATION HAS ELEC.
TION OF OFFICERS
LAST EVENING


officer;i for the ensuing ypanr
Swel elected last night at the reg-
,I.4lr m1,iutin g of the 13. MrCnal
in camp United Spnnish War VWl.
emams, with Otis Johnson, senior
vice colminiandll., i'ehiiirtlg.
Tho prize of $25.00, offered by
the McCalla camp to the best and
nont efficient Sea Scout of either
of the local ships, will he formal-
ly presented at 8 o'clock on the
evening of December 19, it was
decided last night. Presentation
of a flag, donated by the camp
to the Jorge R. Ponce Sea Scout
ship will be made at the same
time, according to present plans,
The meeting last night was well
attended and some excellent talks
were made, James Russell, dis-
trict inspector, made official in-
spection of the camp and report-
ed the result to headquarters.
Appointive officers will be an-
inounced at the next meeting, De-
ceinber 19. Elective officers cho-
sen last evening were:
Otis Johnson-commander.
W, D. Evans--senior vice com-
nander.
A. J. Stewart---Junior vice com-
mander.
Jamnes Russell-officer of the
day.
Livingston Bethel-officer of
the guard.
Geo. B. Graham--trustee, three
years.
Selection of delegates to na-
tional and department encamp.
ient was carried over until a fu-
ture time.

PUBLIC NOTICE
Tax books for the year 1920
are now open at the office of the
City Tax Collector.
Four per cent discount will be
Altwb .' s 1m ae t) T


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*... a 0 a ... .. ee...eeee ..eoe.e eo eeee.......... QUIET IS RESTORED !MRS. OTTO GIVES don nu .unis .and took in a small A piece o f chain va discover.
Sportionfth Shakespeare terr.d In the heart of an old treect
a YOU P e M On BY U. S. MARINES ACCOUNT OF TOUR story, Includin Warwck and Can down hby Cyrll Ott near it
W the oppo o o AT FOREIGN PORTS (.... tebry.h They also were pleased Mound, Win, t iR hvcd th
What Is the opposition do-. ***1e#ooo*o*o o(Co*tinu*d from* Page One) tAo look ,ovor LO)n don tower and to chain may huvp ea bi i th L.
Ing? t Hollon Baraldi wan among for the past two months, ha;w re- (I,. .h,,,,(e.,'' i i.,.t wheIn\c the sessions of the League behold the king's scepter andI the for nearly a century.
I the queson that a those leaving this morning over turned to Key West.RT A PRINC, D f" Ntions a hel(d They re- vrown never used exceptt
business executive aK his 0 the highway for Miami where he --P port fini this the most digni- ,n statehc h(sione.
secretary at freuent inter. .-wll ttend the- hg football game Wilson E. Saunders, who is ni-, Port au Prince and Cape Haitian, fled of all cities visited on the ex- At Southampton the Kyo West.
vale. Why? Becau thhe *pr to be played I that elit tamor- played at Miami by the Fli ida th their streets pa trolld hy tnsik tur. es tok n ship for Now York.
freqlety the op ositon m t f ew afterhonM. ast Coast Railway Company, was United States marines clt.inlg with having pent six weeks in Italy-.-.......
reets l an arrival in Key West yestordy authority of martial law, were nd Swt::erland, the Key e FOURTH OF JULY
trend toward real business, 0 Raymond ietHal left thls morn- at'tenoon over the FlagiPr yK- quiet tody ofter rioting il, whhh then went hrck to Paris a FOURTH OF JULY
What in your co mpetitor o ll ver thr highway for Miami, temr for a visit of a few days. o A cans an o i n starting for home vi BARBER SHOP
doing In the way of ADVEW vl. Wilt Atet tie football anlae two Amearimae i l a hra of while, flion starting for home vi'a BARBER SHOP AzO
TSIN 1Are you abreast aof eopl aye' that pity tomorrow Miss Cornella Warren was. in. natives were injured. td, 'li channel ovt and BILLIARD PARLOR h t
him or ahead of him In the L lond,,n, well Ipleased with the ex- Al #m lI
oe or avert in i tpe? afternoon, eluded in those leaving over th The stor r ar. ope, g'ain, and t l ,nce and hospitality of the 717 Duval Street na|,
ue of advertilIng *, Flaglr System last night for d Mi- the American cron lon 'l 1 e t .I aniIlih rnilwnay service, tea he- -w-
Cheek up on yourself and o Misses Ileen Williams and Nin- ami where she will spend it a prew e ion. lh I'' i ig
noM competitor. It will do nii Porter tarris, of the Chamber days with relatives. undercurrent of on.s.t with the t.ra:ns. At London they visited --| ... _ -- .-- ... -__ ---
lot of od. of Co # ammercl .it aover th high.- ..- disp tc h of a Iipatrol of 401 nn- .TJames nndl Bnkingham palaces, ....... ........


SAdvertislr. in The Key
SWest Citizen is a business 0
e barometer that Indicates *
* pretty clearly to the discern *
* Ing who la going afterr busd-
Sness and who is getting it.
SAre you getting yours?
WISE MEN ADVERTISE 0
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Parent-Teacher Assn. To
Meet Tuesday Afternoon

The reof ulr hbshioRss mncting
of (the JTnlior-Snnior High ,elo0l
Purotit-Toncher Association will
be hold on Tuesday afternoon,
December 10th nt 8:30 o'clock in
the High Sclool :.uditorium.
Every member of the assoclation
Is requested to try and brin, a
new member to the meeting, it is
stunted.
After the bI.niness session the
following prog-:."m will he recndcr-
ed-"Why the Hii.;h School Wel-
comes tho Co-o ration of the
Parents," W. I,. Cartel, princiral
of the Junior-Soenor IIi!-h School.
Violin solo, "Pagan love
Fong," MIss M :thldla Knight aio-
conpanied by John Pritchard.
"Some of tho Outstandingk
Causes of .Juvetil' N ~glect, tid
Delinqtuncy," Judge Ileen Wil-
linma.


n 11n ll tax pafl in DPC' i
member; 3 per cent in January -I
and 2 per cent in February. HIL
ARTHUR H. SHEPPARD,
de'c2-tf City Tax Collector. is t

When (0. W. Erroi of Chicago e With
was fined $25 for kissing a girl on
the eet, he admitted his error. t OWN 61 IV ffl fIN


~C~assizi~ed'~'C fmA
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Advertisements under this head
will be inserted in The Citizen at
the rate of Ic a word for each In-
tertion, but the minimum for th.
first insertion in every instance is
25c.
Payments for classified adver-
tisements is invariably in advance,
but regular advertisers with ledger
accounts may have their advertise.
ments charged.
Advertisers should give their
street address as well as their tele-
phone number if they desire re-
sults.
With each clasified advertising
amounting to 50e, The Citizen will
give without charge a new section-
al county map of Monroe County,
This map is compiled from latest
official and reliable information
and put up in convenient pocket
folder form. Ask for it when or-
ering the advertisement.
I FOR TRNT

FOR RENT-Completely furnish.
ed down-stairs apartment; mod.
ern conveniences. Phone 720-J.
junftfi
FURNISHED ROOMS and apart-
ments, 303 Whitehead street.
dec3tf

NICELY furnished home on Caro-
line street. Apply 817 Fleming
street. nov20

FOR RENT--Nicely furniShed
bungalow with modern conven-
ience. Livingroom, two bed-
rooms, diningroom, kitchen and
bath. 651 William St.
nov30-6tx






FOR RENT-Two-story
residence at 513 Greene
Street, corner Ann. Ap-.
ply to L. P. Artman, at!
The Citizen office, oct8.
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FOR RENT
:ORNER GREENE AND ANN
STREETS-Opposite City Ball
-Suitable for storage room,
garage, repair shops, sto. Ap-
ply The Citizen. deel0
FOR RENT-Modern residence.
corner Georgia and Olivin
streets; $2B month. Apply
(113 Olivia street, decS5.tx
FOR SALE

AT TIFT'S CASH GROCERY-
Chesapeake oysters received
daily, 80 cents and $1.00 per
quart. Phone 675. novls-tf
FOR 8ALE-General Electrit
Motor. Five horsepower, 1,800
R. P. M., 22.1 Ampheras, 110
Volt, 60 Cycle. This motor t
in splendid working condition
and the price Is right. Apply to
COiisen office. mart
FOR SALE-Corner n the heart
of Key West. Ideal apirt-
ment house site. Coraer
Soutbard and Elizabeth Streeat.
One block from Fleming and
two blocks from Duval Street,
the main thoroughfares of Key
West, 100 feet 6 inches on
Southard, 69 feet 6 inches on,
Elizabeth. Moderate p r 1 oe,
easy terms. One*fourth eash, re-
mainder in one, two end three
years. Apply at the office of
The Cittien or address P. 0.
box 886, phone 61. detS
FOR SALE--Attractive bunga-
low. 702 WhMte street. Price
and terms reasonable. Call OOb
or 704 White. dec4.t-tx



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HOUSE AT 704 Soothard street. ,x a Seaws Sa
Apply to i. P. ArtlMa, 'Th Ur s, Buy Thnem
Citizen office. aov29


way tis h morning for Mini, ex-
pecting to return Sunday eve.
ning.
Haydn Illingworth has return-
ed from a trip to Mobile and ex-
pects to spend about two weeks
with home folks and friends here.
Rupert lRno*les is among those
leaving here tonight for Miami,
to take in the football game to.
morrow.
I. P. Artmdn, publisher of The*
Citizen, is leaving tonight over
the nast Coast for Miami on a
business trip, and expects to re-
I .. ... f. fl- .... ... .. _


Raymond J. Lowe, who hail
been spending a few days ini Key
West attending to business imit-
ters, returned to his home in Mi-
ami yesterday over the highway.
HIenry Warrenl was ulmoing
those leaving last evening ,\'ier
the Flagldr System for Mlikmni
where he twill remain for a I'cw
days visiting relatives.
Clarence M. Miller, real estate
dealer of Jacksonville, whio had
been in Key West for a few days
combining business with pleasiulV,
left on the evening train en raiute
to his home,


iuirn' t, Lne city oin Monlay mollrin-
ing. Mrs. L. H. Plunmlner, I(,on11-
panied by her non, Joe, and Mir:s
B. A. Baker, familiarly known Jessie Heldorn, left this morning
among his numerous friends as over the highway for Mianmi. Mrs.
"Larney," who had been stationed Plummer will attend convention
at American Shoals, light station lof the Woman's Club to b he held







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7140-Faihlon Plates-Ao10 WCAU WEAN WFBI. WJAS
8:00-:Foo1tl hts-AIso WADC WCAO WNAC WMAK WKRC WHK WOHP
WLBW WCAU WJAM WEIAN W BL WMAL \WHP W IU WHEC
8SSO--Penmen-Alo WMAQ WFBL, WHK WMAK WJIAN WKC WNAC
S WAN.WA W .W WCUWCAO WOHP WSPD W CKUW
1J0N- 1-H BoLIANAC WAN WKRC WFHI, MAK WCAO
... :' -,w. wt wBl 'wa' WPUD W*K WL8BWV WMt .
lOla-o-diort. ofApp l-Alo WCA WNAC WEAN WFBL WMA WAO
WJAB WA &CIWKIIC WOHP WMAQ WSPD WHK WLIBW WMAL
10iS0-inastitute of MuIco-AIWo WCAU WBRC WWNC WKRC WLAC \WLBW
IVJ.A8 WPL WA \VDOD WMAI W8PD WMAL WRAN WNAC
11:00-O-fltert nr-WAB orlly Orchestra-Only WCAU WBRC WWNC
WDBJ WI;BW WFL W1DOD WMAK W1BPD WMAIL \VAN WNAC
11lt--Abt. Lymaun% Ot.stra-Also WCAU WBRC WWNC WKRC WL.BW
WUL WfODWKBW WSPD WCAO WMAL WEAN WDBJ WGHP
3t45,--WJ New York-7-0 (NIC Chain)
6:03--lmlth Ballew:'s Orchestral PIauline IlagSard-WJZ
7tCO-Atno 'n' Ahdy--AlsO WB% WHAht KDKA WJlt VRC
7Ilt-.The Chorlsters, M6at Outet-W.IZ
7!$0-Clrcus-Also WBZ KDKA YVW ,WHA8 WSA \VIW VBT Wt.W
SlO0--Drama and Orchestra-Also W3US'KUKA WHAM WJR WLW
Si30-Personalitles at ;ill-Alo KDKA; Fninous Loves, "me, dl e Malnts-
tlon"--Alo WBZ WHAM KI)KA WL.W WRVA WBT WJAX W10D
9:03--Billy Jnhesa nd Brnle Hare-Also WBV WHAMl KDKA KYW WHAI
'WS.it WS' WBT WJAX WHVA-WAPI WIOD WLW
*:iO-Thebtr MemrorlIe. "Naughty Marietta" Act 'll, fene l-Also WHB
WHAM KDKA W.IlR KYW WiRVA WVBT \VwB WSMi WHAR
S10 Qu1eri- -Alao W W M W K VKA WHA W I IWHAS WSM vWS WBT
lO10--Otchtrh andm mIx cd Chnrus-AlPr WlZ WHAM KDKA WJt WoLW
Wt.WV KYW W\BT WIAX WHAS WSRM WSB WN VA
1100-Hour of Slumber A*lualc-Alu' WHAM WHC
ASTt6N CLIA CHANNEL STATIONS


'7a.t--WiP Atlantic city-1100
6:o0-Hotrl Concart OsAhe1tra
s:aU-Halth Talk' Song Shonp
9:l---Bamhquet of P. A. C. E,
10:16-Tenor: Organ KHcftal
Il3o-Dpance 'Must (30m.)
IL;.-WIAL. satlmore--1 0,
6:00-Vocal; Roomany Trall 0I hr.)
igi.5-WTIO Hartferd--1060
7:00-WBAP (aSi-t01,) Ne ;s:. Rpirt
8:00-a1am as W IA (l2%. hro.)
10:30-Orh,; Oraan; News l'l hrs.)
451,S-WOR Newark-710
6:00-Mllnite Men: Uncl ion
7:00---Iport*: Accordlonl ts
7:30--Jubllre:; Foiir l'ravelerr
8:30-SlIver Throeds; 'rtindrul Tnles
:;10--Orchelstra: To hr iinnnintls,
o:110-Tea Uarden Orchestra
11:0O--News: Dance; siniiailsaiii)
so0.--wcAu Phallaelphi-1170
6:00--Tea' Dance: News: Mystic
6:45--Flnanciers: Presnrntllon
7:30--WABC Programs (3'.f hirs.)
11:0e-Dance 1our


305.9-KDKA Plttsburgh-M-
6:30l-HRrmonlsers
7:(i--\V.I| (15in.); Travelers
;.:)--W.IZ Programs (I hr.)
S:i)--Fpature il5m.): WJZ (2% hrs,)
I lr:n-l-on Restor's Orclhestra (30m.)
260.7-WHAM Rochester--110
r,:fu-Frank 8kulety's Orchestra
7:nll-W\V.IZ (f16 m.)i Orchestra
7::--MNlinstrel Show
:00%-W.IZ (30 In.): Songr RtorleS
S:4a1-Rame nm WJZ (3% hrm.)
S7.5--WOY Schenectady--0
B:30-WTAF (30m.): Talks & Studio
7:I-i-Minstrel Show
mx:l)0-Concert Orchestra
:un--Same as WEAF (1it hrs.) ,
Il;::i-Did' You Know? i
Il: o-Hlour frotn WEA *'
302.8-Waz iprlngfleld-900
l:30--.Slingln the Blues: Investors
7:11n--W.i (15m.): PlanoloRue
7;:;0--WJ/ IProgrrams (1 hr.)
Sx:ii-Corit Poppers
S:45--Hnme ns \JZ (2 / hrs.); Ne ,'


CENTRAL AND SOUTHERN CLEAR CHANNEL STATIONS


421.8-WLW Cincinnati-?0oo
0:00--Oruhextra: Uncle Don
7:o0u-ileduational: Scrap Iook
7::10--Iour from WJ%
8;:3--r t. Wlco (In6.); WJZ (jin.)
9:a30-Band Concert
1o:00-'same as WJZ (1 hr.)
11:q0- Hal DuO; Scrap Book
1::MI)-Butnt Corkers-
12:00-Dance;: weet & aLow Down
1:00o-All Night Party (< irs.)
aM0.2-W-YAI.WCA t cleveland-1070
6:iS--Sons (15 r,): WEAF (O mI.)
7:00-- ultmen; Th Boys
8:00--Hour from WCAF
o:00--uf TFDTaP ra
1 :30--Frlddy' FIo1lo
10:80-Peature and Muslt
i2:00-Molodleo a Dame@ (1 Pr.1
O -.o WC .WI3 Bt rolt-750
6:00-Muie; To be announced
7:00-WJ I (15 in.): Orcl.latrs
8:00--WJZ (30 m.); Orch.: aroers
9:00-To be announced
9:30-Same II WJZ (11 hre.)
1l:00-Newa: Danceh Mlulo
12:00--iasy Chair: Dance t( hr.)
401.0-WII Atlanta-740
:UO-H-uud? L'own's 'Orchetra
:I80-WJ- (10m,); Finanee


S:lI--StePpersr Masonlo Club
y:iis--\.i F' rogranne (12 hrs.)
Is 'n)--l'eanilt Pickers
I'll :--liI nwallan En.semhle: ConlMpt
277.--WBT Charlotte-10o0 .
7:Oi--peature: Rtudlo
7::;l-.-4itale as W.1Z (30m.)
5' i:-Studio: Br evlties
s'4,--l'.S I',rngranli (2U hrl.)
11:00-1Dance Music
36.6--WHAS Loulsvllle-800
7:o0-Dinner DancersT WJZ (30m.1
:00o-Ple Time: Volce of Bank
11:110-Same as WJZ (2 hri.)
11:0ol-Reporters; Tenor
11 :3u-Homing Program
12:00-Hour of Dance Muslt
461.3-W8M Nashvlle-U0
7':00-Orchstra and Vocal
7 :0-d-WJZ (30m.)' Vocal & Orch.
8::;0-Francet Craig's Orchestra
>!,:oli-WJZ Program (S hrs.)
11:0--The Shield oen
270.1--W VA Richmond-1110
5:00-Wm. Byrd Trlo; Talk
7:00--ports: Mulscal Movie News
7 :45-Frank; everybody's Businesl
Si:45-WJZ (1 A hrs.); Quartet
10:)--Samer ais WJZ
I1:UV--Hotel Orclcestra (] hr.)


rines to Cayes, wher: the s' itua-
tion was reported t enset.
The situation Igrowing out of a
strike at the custom hoius there
Is reported toi have It,,:i ,ileti t i ,' n. h) % t'lr, l)il I ,. g uardls
will ,' t)oitlnll I. t |I,;l' I. il i,, i ,', I1
for n t; l tc ats yett
in that city, w'hilo liss l idioi
will also tt l n: inl)(i r of,
the Junior Iliv of that organi.-
izationi. () o i S tuii r iy :a ftcrilooll
they will altt ,lt l tl t uit i vel'sity
,footbl)l .n w to lih v!aypdi in Mi-
ami.

Mr. tmidl \rs. Lo lower; ex-
pect to I.,avo tosioarow f'r Miami,
where they will rIeniniln inlcli, ite-
ly. They I))pi,(, im king the
trip over the hi,:hiway.


.ndl were fortunate to get a
gliimmpP of the king and queen
nnd their little granddaughter
leaving their automobile on the
street to enter the palace. They
wont to Allert hill and other Lon-


Mr. and Mrs. ,Luii S .. S\\ ,scct-
ing an d hiilmr'n, who iliai ia lcn IOI
in Key WVest for ss(.tral ricpt,]s J
visiting relitivss, left hlst v- e-V
ning over thet l:ast ('Cost (o Iirouit Ask Your
to their home in Miami.


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88 feet along Dilval Street adjoin;nlg Southard Street, one 2-story and oneo 1- STOCK ISLAND: Here's a bargain, 200
L a Cncha Hotel with a depth of 200 story dwelling on lot 50 ft. front, depth ft. along Over-Sea Highway and facing
S ft., with driveway in rear to F'leming 100 feet. All in first class condition. ocean, extreme Southeastern shore, Ri-
Stlreet parian rights, beautiful beach, THIS IS
WONDERFUL LOCATION I YOUR OPPORTUNITY.
n DON'T MISS THIS ONE! Fleninlt Street, adjoining cornet prop- PLAY GROUNDI
alest lo'ts business pripetry on 1)0- rity, consists of 2 dwellings, one 2- DRUMMON ,S KEY: The island one
\l Street, comby es 4 stole, oinin 100 story and one 1-story. size of lot 5i ft. nile from the Over-Sea Highway and
S San Carlos Theatre. font by a depth of 100 feet. three-quarters of an hour'a ride hy
Auto from Key West. Located on beat
EXCEPTIONAL BARGAIN! BUY THIS! fishing ground, with deep water sur-
Business Property, corner of l)uval, 70 Simonton Street, two 2-story dwellings, rounding the island. BEING OFFER-
ft. depth 150 ft. modern conveniences, lot 42 feet front, ED AT A GREAT SACRIFICE.
depth 80 feet. All in A-I condition.
INVESTIGATE NONE BETTER! INVESTIGATE. JUST WHAT YOU HAVE BEEN
BUSINESS PROPERTY, 23 feet Duval, LOOKING FORI
1 0, ft. dcel. INSTANTLY: PLANTATION KEY: 36t acres, Rail-
DEIGHTFinnton Street, You'll have to r road runs through property, borders on
DELIGHTFUL- Little Stiuke C'ieek, Fi'uit Treess of all
Beautiful 2 story dwelling, Duval jum'lin if you want this comfy ne 0 kindl, alo a lot on Atlantic Oceani
IhomeSGze of lot 96 ft. front by 100nic kinds, also a lot on Atlantic Ocean,
Street, modern conveniences, compris- h e o l ft. front iy 100 150 ft. front with a depth of 100 feet.
ing 4 Bedrooms on second floor, Purlor, ft. depth. GET BUSY. ALL AT A BARGAIN,
Living Room, I)ining Room and Kitchen AT A GREAT SACRIFICE! THE RIGHT SPOT!
on first floor, Porches on 3 sides first A SCICE THE RIGHT SPOT I'
and second floors. Fionting Cuban Pine Crest Apartments, one 2-story BIG PINE KEY: 300 feet waterfront
Club. apartment house containing 7 Apart- riparian rights by a depth of 400 feet
Sments also one 5-room Bungalow, over- along Highway, one quarter of a mile
BEAUTIFUL RESIDENTIAL looking Boulevard and Yacht Basin, Cor- from Railroad station and Post Office.
CORNERI nor property, Size 150 ft. front by 100 Beautiful Beach. ideal location for
Duval Street, 70 feet by 150 feet ft. depth, alley in rear. fishing camp, Home or Hotel. MUST
S depth, improvements on this prope ty YU BE SEEN TO BE APPRECIATED.
consists of 4 dv.elling houses, all int YOUR CHANCE
good condition. BOCA CHICA: 724 acres water front, BEST OF LOCATIONI
SRailroad runs through property, ap- 32 acres in the heart of Key West,
S NEVER AGAIN SUCH A BARGAIN I proximately five miles from Post Of- fronting Bayview Park and Boulevard,
Ashe Street, two 2-story apartments fice at Key West, would make ideal 2 blocks from Church and Transporta-
with all modern conveniences, Build- suhdivision, landing fiekl for Airplanes. Lion line. THIS PROPERTY IS OF-
S ings four years old. Corner property. 'ct quickly if interested. FERED AT A GREAT SACRIFICE.

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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1929.


RADIO PROGRAM
MIAMI BROADCASTING
COMPANY
WQAM
035.4 Meters fao Kilo'yc!e
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7
6 r:r tio U;if 15, W ui iln'lli 'l ily
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Si>()it iiinc' lil ly e'e :- ll
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lecotrdtd Muri(.
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\Vill, lll lill tp lt tilS
1:1 ( < i t. i ti: Mi hl l 'tin lliuic. (Roy
Pirkt i La the coi:toleh
,i\ c ilt'il.

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f tt.lllir i Nl' (i lll ( i
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11:l5 i lt 1%1;60, 11.1-. N iid W1
11 1i:0 tly n 13:15, Co InIl iiy il' i i
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ch lfi .' t Coln erl, t Daily N'wl'
hu llr in' i ten' i if i if I t li iiorts'
SJl. iiiil-e on.
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l'l i ; mi ll l'u i' irl ', irt '
r oyll i I'llin f an ll nhild
bul lliI .; n '1 l u i k i arkt
7 : I i li t, l'i I l i i l
lil ll eofi h: n,, c r t I hi .
7:;6t I ti 7:10:,i, T lun'ih i M u 1 1ic.
7:1<>i 1 9 00,I, Ho;l MhrP r lr oll
9 :00 ilt l : ,*lil Ieo l' td 1llu i't'v ,
l'llu"l)N:T.
yor06 Ito 1:1>:CII>. Alliti .ll, imlit'
tlll" n o .rn nlstd iil ,l i- l o ,
1 0 0 ,'0 l 1:1 IW I rf l, )lli't n fi
pre i: u hi h st;ini ',,rii th I listh.
WEAT1:;R CONDITIONS
A modem nil'd r'im ii( '.vr tilt,
whre.' t, pi:lu in Hi" i nrl ini,
t179 11 1 !! Fli wh r I h li y lru1l. 1
Rol y ii alt h ii:ll sI ;.I IcI.-', Ni .rlI
Dak i li I t. nndil, mvoresl In; i
trinwe iimil nvcr h t lc 81.,111t,1
Astaritiv mid th;i.. i it: (
fair felhllnr wVity andTc-IK IIl riv c
w lhere n n i lxti l Iril i Sltill '1 ,
W 31 hi l. I'lm pr,0 RI )'l i Irh "IAllnfi0 -
Co lor iilO lrn ill uloi r Michin
ga l, t 11 iiv wi ll IIII pr c H,,' .vi
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Hard Working Rudy Vallee Isle of Sea Lodgse ** '""""
Electe New Officers I TODAY IN HISTORY NURSING
Denies He's Flappers' Idol ^ a v intenR n ................. MOTHERS
urof lle of the Soe Lodge, No. 104, St. Ni.chu.t, on mitent y AK COD-
S(Knightn of Pythina, Wuilnusdat (,ic rliii I:1liop and the patron of LIVI1 l OI L
S eight, the f)oullitnx officers wore illchl1itir,, diled, Th PLAw NWI
11 Auithoty 1m{a iin, ch ai ellor of 170t..0 .The t' et e f the' U ted\\ / I
Svommaider. Stat ov m i t m moved from .
l(. Sam 1. Cury, v ice-chaucl Iow York to Philadelphia.
ItAUrhutr Guoms, prel-t t.-' 1HIG 8 -Amhert u 'ans u under K ou r-
illb.t Knilowlesu, illni tor of rilY' wepi.. Saun il j Clifi 'or'-
i orkt.
1. Winierl Rusixoll, keeper (o
ii'.t,' n n, tut of ui ic winn miiat ler ' ; oa '. Ih C ROBERTS
t\ill i, it i ),ih'., fou e r of t l. i Rothschil
lbhu.il ed K2. WALTER'S GALVANIZED
I0tShSM CIuh.i Iunt n C ate --- TIN SHINGLES
1a u1I.188 -r -,Jffrprson D aviv, x- Cornoll Wall Board, B.as h'
W,. ,. Schui' eck, latter gumrd. II J'riOt',tt of the i'onfed ,ratu Dor's, Blinds, Carey's C men tb
Ci. I. tizell, oitter guard. I f Ameriitiii, tiled in New r It oofitig, .I B, Lavis 100 Per
1, Wific I ruti sell, .1. F,' rzier ;(I O s. Ua'ed 81. Cent Pure Paints and Oils.
lilldv(,r and C(|. IVW. lu o11 .e r'ielpreIs, t a PHONE 2i4.
lThos. A. tti sell. c. W Ift ,ld--.A.iae.'i nit it'ottpi en 'er- PHONE 240
A. U ..ef .-In "'. Mi inz, o f the prlirlcipill William and CarolineSts.
i -r a hic (;VY ll\I, (1trilts + L uet;-o i for o' oil the R I in e.
nihL illt ai brioldellt fromtI hi .
tt' ;" i ii n l.H T E L o... dW. j. I. ott
O(.if' rali, iMily ty.: . We e
"I Ilove thtali, hli,' iv will itAr. 'i I. or9l
lie il 1et 1 14 1 11 I i )ll 1111 it t A YOp(' ~ Y U
I a ow that I, wlls will n t I M
It- rf I ,I i:, 1 n 1 s h pP*
r!ucly Valle,, work.nli ,,out fr on sunrsre to sunrise to ret lh,, I e lo riut oh cl i tMdt.



c u-f -t lo, . .. i ' I, i 'b' itnnn 1 itrt,, l,,',sifl, e sid t,', l3 y li ithi.eiin) aid,, dt, 3, 7 tS, n o l ,
hrIIani. We mlve ouir wevem to the;
( i fs p. libean c I 'Iu h
S1 m i n 'i ll ta l a
Furl il in tlI'r, ha, it ut i, tthe it l t l fd l I'last mmi litl. tultiy too f ti e il eti .
ihl, thppe. r'l fio'a t he a tt lkit movie. 4Nowt l .N \
'he.a :,l f lby aln I, ea lI-,h i v ill o' ieh, t'., t1) -. 't o01(,41.; r Ultlo, t rl niW il
t imb al r whilAA hi KEN
OLI,,do 'ti,,,,!iit. l', .t,'lop:' ,I lh, ,i l r. nvll. e i n (: or. Ild( i d ig i Ilhe i 'lapo fla 'L;
c Iahe: r I, t a dl r, Ioll rilu d bl y rloil, 1 1 dsl (lffe 's evideln0e
nolin soo fl l n out :11 wht it broutio by theall ail n1nn. 1f ith,
i l.-; ill the iln l he pl i cievy e. Ilhol lal is of lhliIr, h'I gvl rllim li
Imld', JitsIll) tw i8 li u wll 8 'J iv tovl -f 1wo t rllhd. ur Il'mo l
dI Vo'l,; the ill. i t o ) u aii is, 'rini wises aid mother,. F la e'
it ho lll l. l '" h n:s li lill r l'lleo ,irsll le l r'e r.e'it' ("11, Iht o( tU-thirdt
hhi w ,11 iSl lill';ll -nd.l.) n inoritV
hhi. i lu r .hi .o vh!.tr e. .with lit, mu. jolit- Of 1h1V let
p Ilyf at, 11fir.'lfou to' iiv hoifyv 1nb le l lne. |r
Ahlily. A : ; oli n :. him, ,! '.il l '
i, p, I. lh, h i ill an ni t perl it i him L ctlrr.v
V ii ,, Thri ull 1 "1 %t Mo I oT f i111;1118 h i'lor, ], Itldy ilitell it,
0111 iv at, hik ri toultirmi bri i L hel play on l the radio. Ih, l .l- plice.
.h wl o ll, i Ii. i, Thit Iii- hiiiii ng l ive it wV, ek Ilow' on NBU -1
n b 1t n1 Th rsday night litrtconqt, toP



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NEW RADIO this Christmas
-that's fine. But a Screen-
Grid Atwater Kent-that's igre1t
What pleasure, listening to a radio
that is clear toned, that has super-
power to get you programs from
everywhere, super-selectivity to
tune out unwanted stations!
Atwater Kent dependability en-
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