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Title: The Key West morning journal
Alternate Title: Morning journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Key West Journal Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Publication Date: March 13, 1915
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Language: In English and Spanish, <1912-1915>, <1919>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 314 (Nov. 23, 1911).
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VOL. VI. NO. 326.




QUARTER [



WASABIG



SUCCESS

The Beulah Buck Quartet appeared
in the Auditorium of the Ruth Har-
grove Institute last night at 8 o'clock
for the first time in Key West and
was greeted by a large audience of
music lovers.
The Beulah Buck Company is call.
ed the most popular ladies quartet
on the platform, and this 'talented
organization has earned the appela.
tion. Their work is marked by a
'pontaneity which robs it of stilted
formality, and sets the:r hearers in.
tantly at ease. They sing as though
they loved it, adding to a charm of
rianner an excellence of product.
their voices blend exceptioua.Wy well,
tach is an artist in her own right,
Charming, enthusiastic, able, and solo
and chorus work is like delightful.
The company of gifted young ar-
tists each season presents an original
musical sketch which has been one of
the most talked of in Lyceum circles,
and it is to be doubted if there is a
more popular musical entertainment
being featured in the country today.
Miss Beulah Buck, second segraj
and reader, has a clea a4 expyesslve,
soprano voice, which enli) ,hes
sing with pleasing exs eant .
the impersonation of hqr se l class
reciting the first verse of "Longfel-
lows Bridge" she i 'isplalyed talent
that held her hearers spellbound, and
enthralled them in such a way that
they thought it were before them
in reality. The reading of the "Man
of a Shadow" was excellent.
Miss Wilma Whitcare, first con-
tralto, it a singer of rare musical
attainments, and considered one of the
wonderful contraltos of the concert
stage of today.
Miss Marjorie Pabbock, first so-
prano and accompanist, has a voice
of sympathetic sweetness with a rare
quality that never fails to please.
In the Song of the Whip.oor.Will she
demonstrated herself to the audience
as an artist of exceptional ability.
Miss Orleano Woodhouse, second
contralto, has wonderful ability and
a pleasing personality which enables
her to win her way to the hearts of
an audience. Miss Woodhouse in the
song a "Perfect Day", was of such
rare quality that she was forced to
respond with a rare selection.
Last of all was a sketch of Auntie
and the girls showing a contrast of
ye olden time and 'he time of today,
written by Miss Buck and her son.
This sketch was above the ordinary
Costumes of the olden times were
wor to suit the songs that were sung,
and a wonderful contrast wa.s shown
in the song "Good bye darling I must
Leave You," and "I Won't go Home
Till Morning," which brought forth
loud applause from the audience.
The Beulah Buck Quartet is one of
the best that is with the Lyceum
Bureau, and those who missed this
number missed the real treat of the
season


There will be a dance given to night
at the La Brisa skating rink, and a
large attendance is expected, especi.
ally as the weather Is Just right and
the floor. has been placed in good
condition for daneing.


PUBLISHED IN THE GATEWAY TO PANAMA


KEY WEST, FLORIDA, SATURDAY MARCH 13, 1915.


INSPECTOR



CONSULATES



IN THE CITY

Sr. V1ial Caro, inspector of Con-
sulates and consular offices for the
Republic of Cuba, who has been in the
city for several days will leave on
the Governor Cobb this morning for
Havana.
Sr. Vidal arrived several .days ago
on a special mission for the Cuban
government, to investigate the con-
dition of the Cuban people in Key
West, and to determine if action on the
part of the Cuban National govern-
ment was necessary. The questions
involved have been considered from
every standpoint, especially an ap-
plcation that was sent to Cuba some
time ago, asking that a ship be sent
here to take a number of Cuban
families to Havana.'
Every phase of the situation has
been carefully investigated by Sr. Vi-
dal, and he will make a .sealed report
to the government on his arrival in
Havana, in accordance with the data
soured during his stay in the city.









BY K W. CREW

During the season for Spanish Ma-
ckerel just closed, the crews from Key
West, made big catches of the fish,
and those of Norberg Thompson, sur.
passed all others.
The houseboat with the Thompson
crew and the smaller boats arrived
in port yesterday, as the season has
closed, and one of the leaders of the
crew stated last night that the
Thompson crew had taken over three
hundred thousand pounds of fish dur-
ing the season which put them far in
the lead of all other crews on the
East Coast.
The season has been exceptionally
unproductive, and the magnitude of
the catch is much greater than was
indicated during the early part of the
winter.


POISONED EGGS

STOP BUSINESS
Atlanta, Ga. March 12-Not one egg
has been eaten in the suburban city of
Docatur in two days nor will another
be consumed or.sold, or given away
until Docatur finds out who got the
Poisoned dozen.
It was early yesterday that a
citizen telephoned the grocery stores
in frantic haste.
"Don't buy any eggs" he yelled.
"Somebody has stolen a doz. from my
barn and they're chock full of stry-
chnine I had 'em to kill rats."
The news went round the th own,
and despite peddlers' assurances that


their eggs were new-laid and war-
ranted free of adulteration Docatur
was still shy. The town is now wait-
ing news that some family is poisoned
before renewing its attack on Its
morning ham and eggs.


POSSIBLE



ACTION U.S.



DISCUSSED


AMERIAN NOTE



PROTEST CAI


London, March 12-The arrival of London, March, 12-The British
the Eitel Friderich at Newport News Ireply to the Amercan note regarding
removing for the time amenace to submarine warfare and food supplies
British shipping, and the success of for Germany, is expected poon. The
the British troops in the region of La contertsa of the reply are unknown,
Bassee, are of chief interest in the but !is indicated that it is likely to
British isles. It it considered here sarry weight.
that the'Eltel's career is ended, for There is strong feeling on Down-
if she leaves the British cruisers will ing street that the American quid
account for her. pro quo didn't go far enough. Offi-
The possible action of the Untied cials point out thatGreat Britain has
States in regard to the sinking of the interfered only once in with German
William P. Frye '" much biscussed. food supplies, and then after Germany
The general view here is that the Un- had taken over food stuffs, They say
ited states can not allow German war. that England ha4 been asked to force'.
ships to sink American ships with go a clear right on the understanding
food for England and protest against that Germany is to abatain from com.-
the allis prohibition of. food for Ger- mitting too many crimes against hu.
many, vanity, scattering mines and sinking
Little newi has been received con- unarmed merchantmen. .
corning the British victory in north- Asked if the United States would
rn France! but they are -believed to guarantee that Germany would ob-.
have greatly improved their position. serve the agreement, if one was reach-
Equally importSt was the success ed statement were disinclined to trust
of the British airmen in destroying her unsupported word.
railway junctions at Menin and The German policy has aroused the
Courtoi. These are German main moat indignation, especially their con-
line cownunications, so their destruc- tinued prosecution of the Belgians.
tion will dely the arrival of new OffWiatl say that discussion should be
X h.>A e por asB concentrating for had on alI*Ir "many not con-
12 toe bi4 ak through oreinag lei ..ware.
to Calais aid Boulogne. warfare.


Paris announces that a British
flotilla successfully bombard West c
Ende, Belgium. t
In northern Po'and between the 1
Vistiula and Mir-men rivers heavy s
fighting continues. The Germans ap- b
parently are fighting a rear guard ac- s
tion which has become a pitched
battle. A few prisoners have been
taken. The Germans claim to have F
defeated the Russians near Ostro- (
leka. The battle between Khorjele o
and Przasnyes continues.
Cooler weather has hardened the 1
ground in north Poland. This is said (
to be the first time in history that the
weather has favored an army invad-
ing Russia.
Tenedos reports say the Turkish
artillery in the Dardanelles grow, t
weaker daily, and the allies have t
badly damaged the forts at Chonak,
Kalesi.


SR. PEREZ SAILED

ON THE OLIVETTE

Sr. Teodoro Perez, one of the com-
mission that arrived here for the pur-
pose of escorting the General Valvar
and his wife to Havana, and who re-
turned Saturday last as one of the
commission designated to escort the
remains of Cuban Consul Antonio D.
Carrasco to Key West, sailed ot the
Olivette yesterday morning for Ha-
vana.
Sr. Perez was at one time a promin-
ent manufacturer in Key West where
he has a large number of friends both
in social and business circles, but has
for a number of years made his home
in Havana.

Mr. and 'Mrs. W. M. Storm, who
are visiting in the ity will sail on the
Sebine today for New York.


High authorities say that under the


consideration, it must be inferred
hat the natural sympathy of the
British go enment with the American 0
suggestion, and must to,some extent s
be mitigated by other and wider con-
iderations. -

London, March, 12-Ambassador
Page today presented to the foreign d
German trade, and the effect the plan t
office the American state department t
note asking for Information about the
proposed British plan for cutting off
German trade, and the effect the plan t
will have on neutral countries. .
The note was identical with the one
presented at Paris' as France and
Great BrJtian jointly announced that
they would hold themselves at liberty
to make reprisals against Germany.


LIGHTS ARE OUT ON

THE CAMPECHE BANK
A radiogram received at the Nav-
al Station yesterday advised that the
lights were out on the Campeche,
and gave other information of value
to mariners as follows:
"It is' reported that the lights are
out on the Campeche Bank Arenas
and Trlan gle surely and possibly
Areas and Alacran same. Lights are
uncertain on the Yucatan Coast be-
tween Cataacese and Chinphorro."
Signed Foley.


DANCE TONIGHT.AT
0. ARNOVITZ HAL

Lovers of dancing are reminded
that there will be a dance given in
D. Aronovits Hall tonight and all who
enjoy dancing under the most pleas.
Ing conditions are invited to attend.
Nothing will be left undone to make


S iurna


PRICE 5 CENTS



HER EXPLOSION



TOGENI OF'BOILERS



mRANZA ON PATRIA


Washington, March 12.-The Uni- A further examination into the ac-
ted States sent Cartanza another cident which occurred on the school
note, in reply to his response to the ship Patra on Wednesday mprnin.;
notice that he and Oiregon safety shows that it was only the fadt that
would be held responsible for the safe- the vessel was still within sight of
ty of Americans and other foreigners land so that assistance could reach
in Mexico City. her promptly that prevented a real
The note is supposed to have em- catatrophe.
phasized the importance of keeping It was known before the Patria
railway communications open between started 'that one of her boilers was
Mexico City and Vera Crus. It was in very bad condition and it is said
dispatched so quickly after the receipt that some work had been done on
of Carranza's reply that it created an them that morning which caused
impression in deplomomatic quarters her to leave a few hours late.
that the United States had deter. It was at 12:30 p. m. when the en-
mined in advance to make representa- gineers saw that a boiler which was
tions for the unrestricted passage of supposed to be sounai was not up to
Americans frqm the capitol and.Vera the strain to which it was subjected
Crus. and almost immediately afterwards
There has been no formal com. an explosion occurred seriously burn-
plaint concerning the situation. ing Stokers Jose Zarrate and Jose
Lavale, and causing minor injuries
S to Seamen Juan Manuel, Enripue
Celilz and Gustave Franklin.
Prompt action sufficed to put out
a fire that had started, but the ship
was now In a helpless condition as
no steam was forth coming and added
to this she could not generate' eseo-
t i.. ty to work her girelessr,u ,
U I iL iNL d et.. h cscunr a- t1 f trw -
I!I IL I lV ~dent had occurred a few khouri, n.,(


Advice received at the local office
of the Western Union Telegraph Co.,
state that in the future the filing time
5454 will will be placed on all day
messages and day letters sent by the
company
The idea of this innovation is to
demonstrate the excellence of these
two classes of service according to
the rate charged for the same. Pat-
rons of the company are requested to
remember that the filing time on
the messages is always the local time
at the office where filed, and they
are therefore cautionedto take into
consideration time differences in cal-
culating the lapse of time between
the hour in which messages are filed
and received.
This action on the part of the W. U.
Company, will be of advantage to the
Patrons of the company, and will be
the means at times of settling ques-
tions of importance that may hige on
the time message was filed and re.
ceived.


PAVLOWA PASSED

THROUGH TO CUBA
Madame Palvlowa, at one timp pre-
mier dansuese in the Imperial Balipt
of the Russian Court, was a passenger
arriving on the morning train yester-
day enroute to Havana, where she will
spend a short time.
This renowned dancer is probably
the highest salaried dancer in the
World, and it has been stated that her
feet and ankles have been seperately
insured for $1,000,000.

the visit of the dancers pleasant, and
all are assured that the floor is in
fine condition, an excellent orchestra
will he ih attendance, indication are
that the weather will be Just right.


when the Patria would have been
well out to sea, that her position
would have been a very serious one
As it was, she was able to communi-
cate with the semaphore station at
Morro Castle, and the tugs Hercules
and Pablo Gonzales were hurried to
the spot.
The British cruiser, which was
some miles from the spot, also raced
to the rescue, but on seeing that the
rescuing tugs were already on the
scene, she turned back.
The Patria was accordingly towed
back to port, and on her arrival Col-
one] Coello, Colonel Jane and Colonel
Hevia went on board 'and made a
close examination, the results of
which may be divulged later,
The injured men were all convey
ed to to the hospital in motor ambu.
lances.-Havana Post.


VESSEL MOVEMENTS 1

IN THE U. S. NAVY

Following are the movements in hre
United States Navy reported at the
Naval Station yesterday and given to
the press by Captain E. E. Hayden,
U. S. N., commandant for the infonma
tion of those interested.
Arrivals: DesMoines at Progresso;
olympia at Port au Prince; Gloucester
at New York; G-4 at Philadelphia;
Tacoma and Nashville at Guantanmo.
Departures: Fulton from Boston for
Newport; Terry from Charleston for
Guantanamo; Dolphin from Washing-
ton for New York.
SNotes: The Vulcan will leave March
18 for the Eastern Meditternean with
I coal for the Tennessee and North Car-
i olinas. The Baltimore has been ord-
Sered to Norferk thence to Pensacola
e to join the auxiliary divisalon of the
Atlantic fleet.


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KEY WEST MIONING JOURt*M 5,ATURDAYMABC34-16, 191M


Mati nee Or THE Matinees
GrandTheatre
Sunday Sunday
HARRY C. SIMPSON, Mgr.
Not The Best,
But, Better Than The Rest
HIdk ONLY MOTION PICT URE HOUSE IN KEY WEST CA-
TERING EXCLUSIVELY TO WHITE PEOPLE.

TODAY MATINEE ONLY
23rd and Last Episode of

"The Million Dollar Mystery"
This is the one you've been waiting for.

5th Episode of

RUNAWAY JUNE

". Fatty and Mabel At

San Deigo"
Keystone Comedy

TONIGHT:
GEORGE KLEINE PRESENTS

"Lion of Venice"
6 Powerful Historical Reels 6

TOMORROW:
2 Reel Keystone Special COMEDY
"Fatty and Mabel's Simple Life"

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THE GRAND




TRADE BY BARTER
In the earl,, days, trade was
carried on by barter, but as
civilization advanced, it was
necessary to devise some
method by which the pro-
ceeds from wealth and labor
could be represented by a
medium of exchange.
The First National Bank has every facility
for good service and invites accounts, sub-
ject to check.





SHORT TROPICAl SEA TRIP.
PORT TAMPA, KEY WEST CUBA AND THE WEST INDIES
The Pe sular & Occidertal S. S. Company
Proposed mailings in Effect on Dates Shown. Subject to change
and Individaul Postponement Without Notice.
KEY WEST-HAVANA LINE.
Effective January 4, 1915.
Leave Key West, daily except Sunday .. ..............8:30.a. m.
Arrive Havana, daily except Sunday.............. .. .. 5:00.p. m.
Leave Havana, daily except Sunday.................. 9:80. a m.
Arrive Key West, dally except Sunday.......... .. ...... 6:00.p. m.


PORT TAMPA.KEY WEST-HAVANA LINE.
EFFECTIVE JANUARY 8, 191. .
Leave Port Tampa Sundays, luesdays, Thursdays.. ........12:00.noon
Arrive Key West, Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays.... .......5:00.a..m.
Leave Key Wvst, Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays.. .. ..... :30.a. m.
Arrive Havana Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays............5:00..p. m.
Leave Havana Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays............9:30.a. m.
Arrive Key West Tuesdays,, Thursdays, Saturdayas...... ....6:00.p. m.
Leave Key West Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays.. .. .. ..900. p. m.
Arrive Port Tampa Wednesdays, Fridays, Sunday .. .. ......200.p. m.
Connections made at Havana for Coln, Pa mas. For rates, reser.
watios or Information call on or write P. J. SAUNDE3S, Manager; T. K.
GPNSEL, A., G. F. and P. A.; A. P.JONES, T. F. so P. A.. Jackio.
S-," ," ."v" *


GRAND THEATRE
TO-DAY

A terrific naval battle between the
powerful fleet of the Venetian navy
and the magnificent armada of the
Turks furnishes a thrilling climax to
George Kleine's splendid six-part pho-
todrama "The Lion of Venice", to be
shown at the GRAND theatre today
The struggle for supremacy on the
high seas, culminating in the defeat
and destruction of the Turkish ves-
sels, is startling realistic. The hand-
to-hand fighting of the Christian and
Ottoman seaman on the decks of the
burning galleys, besides being excit-
ing in the extreme, offer a splendid
opportunity for comparison of modern
and mediaeval methods of naval war-
fare,
The battle between the squadrons
of Cross an Cresent, however, is only
I one of the many sensational incidents
that make "The Lion oT Venice" one
of the most absorbing photoplays ever
released. The story deals with the
adventures of Captain Rienzi, a Vene.
tian naval officer of the fifteenth
century, who returns from a campaign
against the Turks to find that his
sweetheart, Bianca, has been forced
to marry a powerful noble Venice
during his absence. Knowing of his
wife's love for the captain, the noble-
man plots his downfall, and by under-
hand means succeeds in having him
accused of treason and exiled from Ve.
nice.
Thoroughly embittered, Rienzi be.
comes the leader of a pirate fleet and
plans to join his former enemies, the
Turks, in their attack upon the Vene.
tians. At the last moment, however
the eight of "The Lion of Venice flag
reawakens his slumbering patriotism
and he throws his ships into the fray
just in time to turn the tide of the bat-
tle, which has been "--Ing against the
Christiap ships. h. jand is
A '" t- .L; straigg, ',ut pot Defore
he has confessed his plot and exono-
erated the captain, who returns to
]Venice, his good name vindicated, to
claim his old sweetheart as his bride.
"The Lion of Venice" was made es-
pecially for Gerge Kleine amid the
ancient palaces and romantic canals
of Venice itself. The modiaeval war-
ships used in the picture are actual
battle craft which have been preserved
from the fifteenth century to the pre-
sent day and which were loaned to
the makers of the picture b y the
municipal authorities of Venice.

LOUIS A. HARRIS
Attorney at Law. Will practice in all
Courts.
Office in Hellings Building.

Advertise in the Journal

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Over Sea Hotel
Regular meals served
from 11 a. m. to 2 p. m.

Peter Ugaldi
Mgr.



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Prop
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ground Cub;n and
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SAN CARLOS THEATRE

TO-NIGH
SUE GOODWIN'S


ANNOUNCEMENtS

OF THE CANDIDATES
FOR POLICE JUSTICE. -
To the voters: I hereby announce
myself a candidate for re-election to
the office of Police Justice in the city
election to be held in November.
ALLEN E. CURRY.
FOR POLICE JUSTICE.
To the voters: I wish to remind
you that I will be a candidate for the
office of Police Justice in the coming
city election, to be held in November,
and earnstly solicit your support.
LEWIS OTTO.
FOR POLICE JUSTICE.
To the voters: I hereby announce
myself as a candidate for the office
of Police Justice, at the city election
to be held in November.
J. LANCELOT LESTER.
COUNCILMAN SIXTH PRECINCT.
I hereby announce myself as a can-
didate for Councilman for the Sixth
precinct, and solicit the votes of the
electors at the election to be held in
November.
L. H. SHEHEE (Roy.)
COUNCILMAN.AT-LARGE .
I hereby announce myself as a
candidate for the office of Council-
man-at.Large, and solicit the support
of the electors at the election to be
held in November. k
C. NESTOR RECIO.
Shoe And Harness Repairing.
For neat and quick\shoe andharness
repairing, call on the \Champlon Shoe
Shop. No 713 Duval street. All work
guaranteed. Open from 7 a. m. to 8


Arvilla


In Repertoire of Musical Play-
lets Vaudeville Specialties,
Interspersed W ith
Complete Change of Program

SPECTACULAR DANCES
Salome Dance, Dance of Death, Toe and
Ball Dance, Fire and Cuban Dances Etc.

Special Added Attractions
Stupqndous scenic Dancing Novelty, Re-
quiring a Ton of Special Scenery and Elec-
trical effects.

SPECIAL MATINE"Tomorrow

AT SAN CARLOS
Full Performance. Popular
Prices.

Booked Direct From

No Y. 10, 15 ,20Cts.

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W. D. C ASH

Dealer in Paints, Oils, International Stock Food, Grain, Hay and
Feed, delivered free. Has in stock and is constantly receiving
Buggies, Runabouts, Surreys and Phaetons, Spring Drays, Geor-
gia Wagons, Delivery and Milk Wagons, etc., Saddlery, Har-
ness, Collars, Carriage Lamps, etc. Also can renew parts of Car-
riages when broken and parts of harness. Agents for
BUFFALO GASOLINE MOTOR COMPANY.


SMITH

MOTOR WHEEL

"The Bicycle Booster"
Call And See

BAILEY

IN MANY INSTANCES
PRICES TOUCH THE LOWEST N OTCH IN THE HISTORY OF THE
STORE. SPECIALS:
Sawed Quartered Oak Buffet $47.00 $38.00
26.00 21.00
6" 20.00 15.00
21.00 16.00
6 as as 28.00 22.00
J. M. Varela, Successor to T. E. Reedy


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KEY WEST )ORNIMI JOURNAL SATURJ)AYMARCH 18, 1915.


aaRd


SUMMER


ANNOUNCEMENT


At The A. Louis & Son Department Store


We wish to announce to our many


friends and


patrons that our large assort-


.ments of Spring and Summer up-to-date wearing apparels which have been ar-
riving for the past few weeks are now on display in all of our departments and
ready for your inspection.
.Our selections this season convey the usual convictions identified with this
tore for the past 25 years of successful merchandising,
Every effect has been used in securing the very newed the markets product at the Smalleft possible
cost, and when entering our Large Department Store you can feel assured that you will find just exact-
ly what you want at a saving of over 25 per cent.
eli n l ll [ I i- n


Our Ladies Department
This department being recognized as the exponent
in Styles as well as popular pri ed merchandise,
now presents a scene of All the late importations
in Faacy DRESS GOODS,.LACES. EMBROID.
SERIES, RIBBONS. HOSIERY and everything
ete 'to complete a Ladies U''-to-Date Wardrobe.
Our Lace Departmeut in particular consists
of a wonderfully beautiful selection of
Chantele Venice Dutchess.
Oriental. Baby IrishShadow Linen and
Halanciane ranging in prices from 2c to $5 yd
$3.50 to $6.00
Our Shoe Department
Presents a selection of all the latest in foot
wear featuring the black and white combi-
nation and the fancy strap effect as well
as plain Pumps in black leather and ,
patents, canvas and buck skin $2 to $6.00 $3.50 to $6.00
LA-GRECQUE CORSETS
S$1.50 TO $5.00.
IN ALL THE LATE MODELS.
FROLASIT CORSETS
$3.50 TO $10.00
FRONT LACE CORSETS.


Our Men's Department
Our Mens Department is now docked with the
very Latest Hart Schalner & Marx Clothes,

ORDER YOUR
SPRING SUIT NOW
Samples of the newest weaves and fabrics, now on display.
Fit and workmanship guarantee I.
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Manhatten Shirts
Leman Cravats
Walk Over Shoes
Straw and Paiama Hats
Palm Beach Suits in
attractive new styles.


Special attention is called to our large assortment of fancy straws
which range in prices from $1.50 to $4.00.
A Hat to suit every taste and pocket, and everything else that's
new in Mens wear.
The best we can do now is to fit our customers in one of these
fine suits, and fancy hats.
Bring your boys here-we flit eni out from head to foot.


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The Morning Journal


Published Daily, Except Monday, at 483-35
Front Street, Key West Florida, and entered
at the Postoffice at Key West, Florida, as
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SATURDAYMARCH 13, 1915.


A GOOD AMERICAN


The recent death at Helena, Mont., of
Thomas Crouse brought the attention of the
treat of the country the interesting career of
this humble millionaire.
Cruse was the discoverer of the great
Drum-Lummon mine. For twenty years he
had toiled and grubbed alone in the hills, with
never a break in his bad luck. They used to
jeer at him when he strode into Helena-
gaunt and ragged, but with defiant pride in
his face and gait-to beg credit for more
flour and bacon. Then he struck it rich.
When an English syndicate made the first
cash payment on his mine, a trifle of $1,600,-
000, "Oi Tom" stuifed a big roll of "bills into
his jeans :tnd remarked quietly, "I reckon
they 'll call me 'Mr. Cruse' after this. "And
they did. ,1
Mr. Cruse wasn't ruined by his good forture
He didn't fI'rget his friends; in the panic of
'93 he went to the merchants who had staked
him in hi, darkest days and offered them
unlimited credit. He remembered the unfri-
endly, too, but he sought no petty revenge;
he merely turned his back on begging busi-
ness men who had turned their backs on him
in his need.
His money did not go in riotous living or-
spectacular ventures. He lived simply,
arousing no malice or envy. He overcame the
handicap of ignorance, and became a success-
ful business man and banker. He labored
for the upduilding of his city and state. At a
time of financial depression, when it was al-
most impossible to get money for public im-
provements, he loaned the state funds to
build its capitol. He will be missed by the
Great Northwest whose chief glory has been
the development of such men.
And if there had been a literacy test for im-
migrants when Thomas Cruse landed, he'd
have wasted his life on a little Irish farm
under an absentee landlord.


A GREAT EXPOSITION


The bignes. and beauty of the Panama-
Pacific Exposition have dawned on the
country with a sort of startling suddenness.
The great war had almost crowded it out of
the national conscienceness. Now, with the
fair actually opened, and reported as not only
up to specifications but far beyond anything
anticipated from the modest advance notices,
all the millions who had no share in the enter-
prise are sitting up taking notice and glowing
with patriotic pride at so fine a triumph of
the American spirit.
It was to he expected of Calfnrnia that the
fair would be ready on time, though such a
record is unique. To set a date two or three
years ahead, and on that very date have a
$400,000,000 exposition with every building
completed, ;every statue and shrub and light
where it belongs and' virtually every exhibit
. in place, that is the way the West does things.
Philadelphia, Chicago, Buffalo and St. Louis
may bow in humble reverence. And when
s" consideredd -that this enterprise, costing
:Z 3,000;;O withtit $50,000,000 of exhibits,


KEY WEST MORNING JOURNAl SATURDAYMARCH 18, 1915..
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ATTENTION,


has been pushed to absolute success by a city
which only nine years ago was laid prostrate
by fire and earthquake, admiration lacks
words for eulogy.
The first and most powerful impression
created on visitors is one of overwhelming
beauty. The architects dnd artists have
planned nobly, and they have had the adv-
antage over all their predecessors in the no-
ble setting for their work. The great build-
ings and open spaces, with their harmonious
proportions, bright colors and gorgeous ill-
uminations set off by the clear California air,
between the blue sea and the big mountains,
make a scene doubtless worthy of the super-
lative praise they have won.
Forty-two nations are exhibiting. The
war has had less influence than might have
been expected. Some of the big European
nations are absent, particularly England and
Germany, but nevertheless the scope of the
show is so great that the absentees will not
be seriously missed. It is especially sati-
factory to observe that the South American
and Oriental nations are well represented.
ArArgentina has spent $1,700,000 on her ex-
hibit, and China, Japan and Australia have
big and effective displays.
The characteristic note of the whole, h'.w-
ever, is American. It is first of all, a great
and admirable presentation bf the finest
fruits of our own industry, art, education
and politics.
The St. Louis exposition surpassed all its
predecessors in a total attendance of 19'000,-
000. It had the advantage of being located
within easy reach of a great population,
whereas San Francisco can draw upon an im-
mediate coastal section of but 5,000,000 peo-
ple,'and is far distant from the more populous
East and Middle West. It suffers from the
further handicap of having European patron-
age absolutely cut off by the war. If this ex-
position succeeds financially as it deserves,
it will succeed because the American people
themselves, in every section, rise to their op-
portunity and duty.

A HANDICAPPED .MOVEMENT

[he American Independence Union, whose
wJ ganzation has just been completei'Jwith-
Congressman Bartholdt as president and Her-
.nan Zidder, editor of the New York Staats-
Zeitung, honorary president, give- this ac.
count of its intentions.
",Our av. k will be confined to a peaceful
tut determined effort to educate public op-
inion thl United States in favor of the
liberation of our country from all undue
foreign inl.iences." ?
Oi. the fa.e of it, this profession is admir-
enough. It squares with the admirable
words of George Washington's Farewell Ad-
dress, which are peculiarly ap,' able at
this tim-n "Against the insidious wiles of
foreign influence, the jealousy of a free peo-
pl aught to be constantly awake, sinc3 hist:.ry
and experience prove that foreign influence
is one of the most baneful foes of republi-
can government."
From the viewpoint of the majority of
Americans, however, the neutral professions
of this organization-however honest and
sincere they are-are necessarily dis-
counted membership is almost exclusively
German in origin and partisanship.
The difficulties that lie in the way of such
an organization accomplishing its declared
purpose are well expressed by Prof. Kuno
Fruncke of Harvard University, himself a
German-American, who in reply to a request
that he join the movement, said:
"I believe it would be against my duties as
an American citizen if I were to take part
in propaganda the purpose of which will be
thought to be to force our government into
a hostile attitude toward England." He adds
that an official embargo on the exportation
of arms from this country, one of the chief
aims of the Independence Union, would not
only fail to accomplish its purpose, but that
It "would inevitably bring our government
into conflict with England and might drive
us into war with England.
"As an American citizen," he says, "I


Il.tf.


WM. F. MALONEY,
Tax Collector.


We have reduced the price of Cafe
du Monde to 25c a tin. Sold every.
where at 85c. Wm. E. Roberts.

NOTICE

Your State and County Taxes are
due, 1914 Tax Book will' close May
1st. 1915.
If any Tax Payer will phone or
drop a postal card I will be glad
to give any information in my pos-
session, and will deliver your tax
receipt, and collect for same if de-
sired. Hours 8:30 to 12 p. m., and 1
to 4 p. m.


Frederick Law Olmsted of
Brookline, Mass., has charge of
the landscaping. The groves
will be planted and brought
into bearing by M. E. Gillett
& Son, of Tampa Fla. Mr.Olm-
sted and the Messrs. Gillett
come to the performance of
their tasks here with world-
wide reputations for suc-
cessful achievements in their
respective fields. At Moun-
tain Lake their previous work
will be eclipsed in that here
they are proceeding on more
elaborate lines.


The citrus groves, in ten-
acre units, will be brought into
bearing before they are turned
over to the purchasers. No
expense will be spared in mak-
ing them superior to any
orange or grapefruit groves
that now exist. Around the
lakes and on the mountain
sides winter home sites will be
laid out as a part of the general
landscaping plan. These
properties will be sold only, to
persons of unquestioned social
position, insuring a community
of the best type.


The Mountain Lake Corporation commands respect because of the standing
of the gentlemen who compose it. Among the leading stockholders are the following:


SPECIAL SALE OF PIANOS.

Special sale of SEVEN slightly
used PIANOS. These are offered at
the following prices, $75, $124, $149,
$176 and $198.
J L STOWERS MUSIC HOUSE.
426 Duval Street.



OVER-SEA CAFE
1 !



OPPOSITE

Over-sea Hotelj


OFFERS THE

BEST CUISINE


Enongh Said Knowing That

I PETER UGALDI
IS PROPRIE TOR.


Help Us Improve
Your Service


We won't he satisfied to-
morrow with the service we
are giving today.

We welcome honest criti-
cism of our service and meth-
ods, particularly if the report
be specific and in detail. Then
and then only can the investi-
gation be complete.

We can do very little with
such a complaint as, "The ser-
vice is bad." There should be
a report like this: "Thursday
at 2 P. M. number so-and-so
called, etc."

We then can roll up out
sleeves and get right after the
trouble--remedy it. That means
Improvement--progress.

We ask your co-operation.

&OUTHBRN 3L BU
TELEPHONE D A @D
TELEGRAPH CO.


FeANt 8. WAssavaI president American
Cyanamid Company, NlagreFalls, Oat.,
president Alabama Power Company,
Blrmluham, Ala.
JthMN M sataL, prolidest Alabama Tree.
ties, LUSt & Pow Company, Ltd.,.
Now York and London.
Hmassav E. GoosuMA, vie.-president and
sentrail man r e GoodmanI anufac-
turlac Companyr, electrical minin
machblir, Chlicago, lllM.


ELnMa A. SPsar, .presldont Sperry Gyro-
scope Company, New York.
R. E. GILLTT and D. C. GLLITTa pro.
prietoer of Buckely Nuneries and Gi-
ltt Lumber Transportation Com-
pany, Tampa. Florida.
B. C. STUOaT, vlee-president State Bask
of Barrow, Battow, Fl., director Coro.
Bet Phosphate Comphdy, Lakeland,
Faso 5icds S. 'S T, iprIldent Mouatain
Lat* Corporation, Lake Wales, Flordda.


A preliminary booklet, now ready for distribution, gives the planihuch motl an
detail. Copy will be mailed ai. further particulars supplied up n request.
MOUNTAIN LAKE CORPORATION
M.ELGllUtt & Son, SellingAgenta. 1030 Citins Bank BId.,Tunal Florida



JOHN LOWWE, JR., SONS

Dealer in General Merchandise
Wholesale and Retail Dilsr in r Shingles
-And Laths, Walter's Calv nized S'dS1l ,. Alpha,
Portland Cement, Congo Rubber Keystone Galvanized Nails,' Careys
Cement Roofing.

H. B. DAVIS
100 Per Cent Paints and. Oils



Delicious Refreshing
A DELICIOUS CUP OF FINE FLAVORED COFFEE IS A
HEALTHFUL DRINK AT ALL TIMES. THAI I8 WHY EVERY.
BODY WHO HAS TRIED OUR COFFEE IS A STAR COFFEE
MILL ENTHUSIAST.
IT GOES RIGHT TO THE SPOT, IT JUST SUITS. THIS EX.
CELLENT COFFEE IS A BLEND OF PORTO RICO AND
SANTO. .

STAR COFFEE MILLS
312 GREENE STREET PHON "356.



lb K OUR PAINTS ARE MIXED
SWith only pure white lead and pure
r linseed oil as a base. There are
cheapening substitutes, but not in the
paints we sell. And let us tell you
it pays to buy such paints just as it
SI pays to buy the best butter or fresh.
ITSest. eggs.
AUN AltURY'S HARDWARE STORE
510-512 FLEMING ST.


Just think if you want a very good
bike
To take you on a very long hike
And you won't be afraid of glass or
spike,
Go to Toran's without a Jest.
You can get the best in Key West.
He sells them from twenty up to for.
ty-four
And he has plenty that goes a little
more
So don't be afraid as you pass by; ,
Just step in and give us a try
)r if it is an old one that needs repair,
Please tells us; you can't take us una.-
ware.
We carry from tires to goggles, you
know,
And all e ask (s itt4It J'oe.)
TOAO's8 'CYCLE WORmS
6 VFlihlagtStreet.


WE PLEASE OTHERS, WE
CAN PLEASE YuU.

The ordinary grocery store is
often disappointing. Not so
here.
We always have something in
our stock to tickle the palates of
those whose appeties need forc-
ing a little.
The first requisite with us is
variety, quality, purity, fresh-
ness. We cater to those who
insist on a high standard of liv-'
,ing.', .
Pay us a visit. Twill be mu- .
tually helpful.


Wn. E. 0OBBERT8
TeL 180. 2 Dutal St.


S'


A quarter of a million dollars will be spent in community im-
provements by the Mountain Lake Corporation, of Polk County,
Florida. These will include roads, parkways, golf courses, a club
house, and other luxuries. The property thus, improved Is to be
made the most attractive and complete winter home location in
*the United States. It will include the finest and largest body of
orange and grapefruit groves in all the world.


could not possibly support such a policy. "

Anyhow, tthe sinking of American mer-
chantment in the war zone proves that we've
got 'em. Since the row began 129 steam-
ships have been admitted to American regis-
try.' Before August last it would have been
mighty hard 'to find an American ship to'
sink.
Cleveland is talking of suing the Rev.
Billy Sunday for defaming its municipal
dance halls. What a lot of libel suits old Je-
remiah and Esekiel and Habbakuk would
draw if they aere preaching nowadays!


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KEY WEST MORNING JOURNAL SATURDAY,MARCH 1, 1915.
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M NANA


Sabado 13 De Marzo -:- -:- -:- Abelardo Monge, Directo

La vida modern, los adelantos del o naci6n, so encuentra como legi6l .e;ada on las ocurrenclas puramento
siglo que hemos alconzado, la asom. sin estandarte a cuya sombra comn- americanas para garantizar el sa-
brosa 'celeridad con que Be traamiten batir por el derecho a la existencia, crificio que en muchos cases implic-
las noticias del uno al otro confin de Esas razones, sin ser las unicas a la suscripcion a un diario impreso ex-
la tierra, el paso vertiginoso en fin, nuestro alcance, son mas quoe uficlen- clusivamente en el idioma hinges, mas
de la raza impulsada por los prodi. tea para vindicarnos por dar este paso haliendo algo en el periodico, asi do
giosos inventos dol aiglo veinte, ha. oen mementos, cual los presents, tan amunitos domesticos como del exterior;
con necesaria donde quiera que con. sumamente critcoa por la penuria do tcniendo la information diaria en el
viven series humanot constituldos en las circunstancilas que atravesamos; idioma potrio, blen vale la pena de
voblaci6n, la presencis de la prensa pero teniamos quo aprovechar la I star patrio, bien vale la pena do
diaria para impedir que se acumulen; oportunidad que se present con el tana por saber diariamente lo mas
los sucesos antes de que su noticia ofrecimiento de la empress del Key in'e'esante de lo que ccurre en el
Ilegue a conocimiento de los interest. West Morning Journal de dar cabida mnundo entcro y quien quit que a
dos. en el acreditado diario americano a fu.rza be machear so amplien lis
No hay poblaci6n de la magnitude la publication latina, on tanto que la anili'tos con una rpalabra hoy y otra
de eata, donde no se haga necesaria y circulation aumente y los negocios maiana y pued a lo menos adquirir-
en muchos cases absolutamento nece. afluyan, para poder publicar on pliego ar conocmientos suficientes para leer
saria, la publicacidn de un peri6- aparte y en espanol, una edicion ves- el idioma del pals donure vivimos?
dico matutino y otro vespertino para pertina del Riario de Key West. ias colonies americu.latina y anql'o.
tender al vecindario al corriente de la La unica manera de dotar a nuestra americana de Key W ;' han existido
vida local y mundial. La prensA no- colonia de una publication diaria con pur un gran numero do anos sin aU14
ticiera semanal o visemanal vertenece !todos los elements que se necesitan o con muy poco de comun etre si en
al pasado, no tiene raz6on de ser y, para tal empresa, era unlendonos a unn poblhcion quo por lgual les perte.
naturalmente, donde ciuiera oip so otra ya 'establecida que oyendonos y nece en su caracter de series huma-


halle establecida ro podri resistir el penetrandose do nuestros propositos I
'empuje impetuoso de la vida modernas para el bien general, desinteresada.
y cuando por casualidad, considera,- mente (tan desinteresadamente cuento
clones puramente personales, apoya- le es poaible a una empress stable.
das en la simpatia individual. is sos. cida para hacer negocios) nos admitio
tieenn por algdn tiempo con vida eff- brindandonos los medios necesarios
mera e improductiva paWy todos, et para esta empress que marca un paso
fracaso con mas o menos prontitud de advance on nuestra vida fuera del
vidne a coronar la obra, derribandh hogar legitimo.
adn los mAs honrados prop6sitos, por. Un plantel de imprenta con todos
que el progress as brutal, terrablemen los elements necesarios para la pu4bli.
to brutal, y no guard consideraciones cacion de un diario modern costaria
a individualidades, ni a pequenoa gru- una cantidad de dinero lejos del
pos de individualidades sino a nucleos alcance de los mas emprendedores
oomplestos de series faumanos que entire nosotros y aun cuando hubiera
avanzan impulsados por fuerza irrs. puieon so prestara a ello, la empress
sistible hacia la meta desconocida,mis por si sola no cubriarla los gastos y el
teriosa, algo mas grande que e! pen. interest de la cantidad empleada. No
samiento, aun siendo pte lo r'iAs gran al en esta caso; porque ahpra aqut.
de que pvede, concebi ,, 1 Pretss rvultan como dos muros que apoyanv.
diaria es sndtesei cerabrl dl. dose uno sobre el otro constityen un
dos los cerebros; el cerbro universaL hogar en la cavidad fornada por la
Una agrupacl6n de oniles de person. Inclination de ambos.
nas sin una publicaci6n diaria propla. Fijemosnsos en otro orden de ideas.
mente suya, ostentando en su frente Sucede que en los hogares latinos de !
el nombre de la localidad donda nque- esta ciudad apenas existed uno donde
lias personas resident, parece como no haya alguna person que pueda leer
que les falta algo para completar en ingles, pero que sin embargo, no
su inbividualidad de de colonia, pueblo se encuentra suficientemente inter-




THE NEW YORK HAT STORE
DE ELIAS COFINO
Se Lava y arregla ropa por el champion
Pedro Rosendo y sombreros por el
tambien champion
COFINO
W No olvidarse que todos somos champions.
TraiganPsus trajes y sombreros a arreglar
aqui o llamen al telefono numero

705 DUVAL ST.
*P"^5@^'" ---- ^T^^"^3


GENARO ANGULO Y CIA.'
Kiosco on Duval No. 611.
Dulces y Sandwiches.

"LA INDIA,"
Panaderia de Luis Gonsales
1216 Angela Street. .


ALFEDO ABAD.
Barberia popular de fama y buen tono.
Fleming centre Duval y Tablas.
*- l
HERNANDEZ Y OCHOA
Soc.6l Bar, luacreat e Todas CYases
107 Duval Street.


DOUBLE SERVICE wherb tires must be depended on and
AUTOMOBILE TIRES 'tire troubles cannot be tolerated.
Guaranteed 7000 Miles Service. Many Double Service style tires are
ABSOLUTELY PUNCTUREPROOF. In uwe in the United States govern-
Double Service Tires are double ment and European War service.
the thickness of the best standard Our output is limited to a certain
make tires. amount, but for a short time we offer'
This 100 per cent. greater wearing the following reduced special prices
surface naturally gives that much as an Introductory Offer.
more mileage and service The aver. Tires Extra heavy
age of 12 plies of tough, fabric and Tubes
one-inch surface tread rubber makes 28x8 inches .. ....$ 7.25 $2.20
these tires absolutely punctureproof. 80x8 inches.. .... 8.60 2.30
These tires excel all others for use 80x81 1-2 inches 10.85 8.10
in the country over rough and rugged 81x81 1-2 .. ......11.40 8.16
roads as well as on hard pavements. 8x31-2 inches .... 12.75 8.20
They are as easy riding and r* llent 081x4 inches .. ..14.25 4.00
au any other pneumatic tre--the lr 8x 4 Inches .. .. ..14.90 4.10
space asud preauore bing thieaame.188x4 sInMM.. .. 18. 'a.
They are the aint 0 d me4x4 ieheas .. .. 18.70 4.85
aere fre*f Mtires aae Ma ed I be.. ... ita 4.00
iea


nos que apagan su soed con el liquid
que lea trade un. mlsmo aguacero y
so vivifican con el calor que les on-
via el mismos rayo del sol tropical han
necesitado desde hace much tiempo


algo que dirlamente lea recordara a
cada una on particular, que no son los


unicos series quo pululan en este te-
rruno rodeado por los mares.
Lo anteriormente dicho es perfect.
monte conooido por today los pue lean
la anteriores lines y tiene por ob.
que problamente por lo muy sabido,
jeto solamente el recorder a todos lo
hasta se tendria olvidado; mas todo
ello encierra una verdad; inconcusa:
EL HOGAR LA.TINO-AMERICANO
EN KEY' WEST NICESITA UNA
,U.LICACION DIARIA. Luego en-
ei.: ESTE PERIODIC VIENE
A JLEN 4R UNA NECESIDAD.

CHIQUINALES.
Snguiches de cuantas classes se deseen.
vesuoAss1- 4e..-- A- I- 4 e-a-l- 1-


uesde Ins ires de Ia narde nasta las
dice de la noche,
Sucarro esta en a salle ade flemings
entire Duval y Tablas.

Vaqueria de JUAN LOPEZ
Leche Fresca Garantizada
Cuarteles 412.

SOCIAL BAR
TODA CLAUSE DE LICORES
209 DUVAL

Vendomos las afamads Maquinas
de Escribir area
"ROYA L."
La Maquina de duraci6n, calidad y
preetsidn y la quo usa todo mean6-
grafo bueno.
Para reparaclones en todas mareas
contamoa con un mecanico expert y
garantisamos todos nuestros trabajos.
TOWERS MUSIC HOUSE
426 Duval Street.
FE Y VICTORIA
Panaderia de Sanchez y Hno.
506 Luisa Street.
,m ,.- -
LA TAZA DE ORO. J. JARDON
Cai Refresaow, Sandwiches
Fronts fiotei jefferson.


36x4 inches.. .. .. 17.45 4.65
37x4 innchea .. .. 17.65 4.70
35x4 1-2 inches .. 21.20 5.60
36x4 1.2 inches.. .. 22.50 5.75
87x4 1.2 inches .. 28.60 6.20
85x5 inches.....24.40 6.35
86x5 inches.. .'. .25:10' 6.55
87x5 inches .. .... 26.890 6.60
All other sizes not included in above
list also furnished. Non-skids at 10
per cent, additional.
Term.: Payment with order at
above special prices, a 10 per cent.
discount allowed on orders for two
or more tires. All personal checks
must be certified,
Try thee tires ard be convinced
of their yo hig qualities,
Not sod thase1. dealers.
DOUBLIN 'NWZA" TIRE AND
RUBBER00. .


DIARIO


Muagene Asn, sion of Thomas J.
Ashe of this city, who had been vis-
iting In Havana for a few days, is in I


the city and will probably leave with-
in a few days for Savannah, where
he will establish himself in business
Mrs, Ashe who is here visiting with
her sister Mrs. Chast Morgan, will
leave for Havana for a visit with her
father J. J. Warren, and will remain.,
there for a Fhort time before return-
ing here enroute to join Mr. Ashe.


WEATHER CONDITIONS

In consequence of high pressure now
central over the upper Lakes and up-
per Mississippi valley, fair weather
has prevailed east of the Rocky Moun-
tains, except occasional light local
rains on the west and central Gulf
coasts. The advance of high pressure
has also caused colder weather over
the north and middle Atlantic states.
Low pressure continues over New
England and under its influence fresh
northwest gales were experienced last
night in the vicinity of New York.
Light frost is reported from South
Carolina, Georgia and northern Flo.
rida, and there is considerable cloudi.
ness over the Plains states and South.
ern Florida.
Gentle to moderate northeasterly
winds are looked for tonight and Sat-
urday over the Florida Keys.


WEATHER FORECAST


For Florida:-Fair tonight and Sat-
urday. East Gulf Winds: Gentle to
moderate northeast. South Atlantic
Winds: Moderate north to north-
east.

WEATHER BUREAU REPORT

March 12.1915
7 a. m. 7 p. m.
Barometer 30.09 30.10.
Temperature 66 64
Wind Direction N. E. N. E.
Win Velocity 7 5
Precipitation 0 5
State of Weather Cloudy Cloudy
Higestest Temperature 17
Lowest Temperature 59
March 14
Sun Rises 5:37 and sets 5:86
High Tides 7:58 a. m. and 8:12 p. m.
Low Tides 2:01 a. m. and 1.46 p. m.


POUND:-"02 adjustable wrench
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While the policeman explained things 130 Duval Street.
to the woman who was caring forMthe _
dead boy's mother the writer unfolded -- -- -.
the old man's story of the young con- MASTER'S NOTICE OF SALE.
ductor and his unhappy little family.
And the Coroner stood in the hall andtue of an order and d
listened. Then we went i. By virtue of an order and dee is-
sued out of the Circuit Court of the
Eary Man H1s Own Mind Maker. Eleventh judicial Circuit of the State
S. s fa ma. of of Florida, in and for Monroe county,
\ it is o ~n ed br Keith J. in Chancery, in a cause of foreclos.
W awa to I& beiok "Prsonal ure of mortgage therein eding,
Power." 1 ...*
TiM ate M* smoeg w ot herein Susie E. Lake it ,msplain-
"You are a buddig Shakespeareat ant and Christopher E. imstrup,
you are a writer, an embryo Welln- et al., are defendants, the undestigned
ton or Marlborouh ine, you are pr on Monday, the 5th day of April,
dior. The same divine, creative opine- on
dwells In you that dwelt In Michael 1915, between the legal hours of sale,
Angelo, In Plato, in aSt, iaul.
"The only power that differentlated, at the court house door of Monroe
these men from their fellows and made County, Florida, in Key West, will
them heroic figures shining brightly In
the firmament of life wa heb pawes sell at public auction, for cash in
at mind. hand, to the highest bidder, the fol-
above your fellows, al.ve yor com- lowing described real estate: to.wit:
potitors in business, above the ddima In the State of Florida and City of
eo o nvirument--thatKey West, and known on W. A.
"If you are to raise yourself intel. Whitehead's map or plan of the Is-
fro tur s tmlf. us ut come land and City of Key West delineated
"You must make a point of training in February, 1829, as a part of Lot
your mental faculties all day and every
day, till you know what a. vast power Three in Square Thirty-eight.
you have within you and how to use it Beginning at a point on Whitehead
"Mind created the world in the first
lae. Mind keeps the world a habi. street, seventy.eight (78) eest from
ble place to-day. i the corner of Whitehead and Eeaton
hand ts first fall born in their streets, running thence along White-
minds. According to the greatness of head street in a southeasternly direc-
their brains is their work great or
small. A mean mind everr conceived tion fifty-eight (58) feet; thence at
a vast and sublime projewithin, y right angles in a northeasternly di.
mind, in an equal or loss degree, simi- reaction one hundred and ninety-sev-
lar powers to those that Shakespear en (97) feet and nine (9) inches;
had. I can rates myself above my '
fellows, out of the ruckl of mediocrity, thence at right angles in a north-
above worries and disappointments, by westernly direction forty-elght (48)
developing my mind.
*' can succeed In anything I pla feet; thence at right \,angles in a
and I can plan noble deeds if my lne southwesternly direction one hundred
is big enough and broadl enough. o
"'A little thought and aire every and twenty (120) feet; thence at right
day, a little trouble, a uhablt of t1tik angles in a northwesternly direction
Ing vysteinatheally and lgKlciilly., will,
bit by bit, strengthen my mental facul. ten (10) feet; thence at right angles
ties and reveal undreanwd of possibill- in a southwesternly direction seven-
ties to me. I am the master of my
fate. ty-seven (77) feet and nine (9)
"'I will treasure this dIvine gift of inches out to Whitehead street to
=&Lad. I will cultivate this divine soil,
a a m i u u 5 {ben # 1-t of my a12 point of beginning.
.Poo dme3t".* F. BUSTO,
iing Poor "Madame Btt Special Master in Chancery.
rPUOCINI'S most popular opera te W. Hunt Harris, Solicitor for ComP-
this country. "Madame Butterfly," plainant. 19 fri -w
haS had a curlcus history. Accord.
Ing to Grove, the famous Englisk mu- .
alcs historian, "at its production it
was hooted and blbed from the stag* FRESH VEGETABLES FOR SALB
and was withdrawn after one per.
formance. No valid reason for this -
traordary phenomenon has been Radishes, lettuce, carrots, string
"On that occasion the second and beans, parsley, etc. Arthur Fulford,
third acts were played In one; but the Whitehead Street, opposite Naval
displeasure of the audience began
with the rise of the curtain. The tom. Station. mn 1k
per of Italian audlences4 Is notoriously
difficult to gauge, ud It Is possible
that the unfamUtar Japanese aur-
runding may have aroused the pho Daily for Leglative Se0Msm.
dlilty ef the bo9serattive Milanese pub4

"At any rate, when the work The Tallahassee True Demofratwill
Formed In a re lhed and shortened
at Broeas a few months after, be Isued as a large eight page morn-
wardt was rereve4 with tumultuous in daily during session of 19151jeri-
epplausee, and tes-Bliliant Success of n ." OI eg
ts perftrmanee at oet Oaent Garden lature. 'All legislative prleedings
eo tey eed the memo reported without bias. -
Sast i ew..4S \ one ot irsesito, u1t Ud ttae
IhS t1A TBT60 uhapy eS,
et a flmlf wf 40 cu-leae1 mi M 8 t 4w, Tates .I.to.


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s 'nkyfHEN some clearly defined in.
Stance of misfortune Is published
SIn the New York daily papers t
frequently happens that philanthropic
Captain C. B. Whelden, who was persons send sunas of money to the
here in the interests of the underwri- pper pi u oont e m ti d
tears of the .eamer Honduras, which But an entirely different stratum o
arrived in P)ort some time ago, left misfortune and suffering-a type of
over the East Coats yesterday on the and which affects p beons who would
11 o'clock train, be slow to accept anonymous charity
-is frequently encountered by report-
ers who do police work.
MiAnglHrtteIt private school, It was a suicide ease. A feeble
Mis Angle Herttll private school, minded boy of seventeen years old had
which has been closed for the past 5 taken his life by ang gas in the
bathroom of a OttM e room flat oN
weeks on account of her having auf- Amsterdam ave=e. The writer, *tW-
fered during that time from a disloc. toned at theo t Ithre or w os
ated wrist, will reopen on Monday report came It, living before thi
March 15, Coroner.
As the writer stood at the front doe
waiting for the Coroner an aged man
Frank L. Loring, well known busi. who lived in the house spoke of thecase
and of the family it affected. He said
ness man of New York City, arrived that the boy's mother was near death
on the Olivette yesterday morning and that a sister hd diedwithintwo
and will embark on the Sabine today referred as "en atel boy had ar.
for New York. ranged to be marnte< m but when things
for New York. ogo wrong bad bad to de-
vote what little money he had saved to
The following passengers have the burial of hi ser and since then
passenger have for the care of his mother.
booked from Key West on the steamer "But now that young Joe is gone,"
Sabine due to sail today for New said the old man, "I don't know what
Sabine due to sail today for Ne will become of the young man. iHe
York: Mr. and Mrs W. M. Storm J. loved Joe, bought him books and novel-
Loring, and C. W. Brower. ties that would please him and wasl
Lorng, and C W. rower. iwars tenWig th o e what he would
snake of him. Why he should be given
The schooner Eureka, Captain Gol- last cross I can't understand. I'im."
die, arrived in port yesterday from Be had hardly gone when the young
conductor hurried up to the door anl
Marco and Caxambas, with a cargo into the house. He had been told to
for shipment to New York. The Eu. come at once, but had not been told of
his brother's death.
reka will remain here until Sunday Returning to the bose, te wrltr
for a shipment of goods from New found the Coroner and a policeman at
the door of the apartment. The Core-
York, which; will arrive via Mallory nor had been refused admittance and
Lined sought a policeman to explain .h
Line. I.IB right to enter. He Intended to make
an arrest, if necessary, to teach other
perons lu the house a lesson In cvrt
Procedure. The Coroner was as angry
~uen lsv,:o o noia ..I15 IntZo 14


RICH AMERICAN CUT GLASS.
DIAMONDS, WATCHES, JEWELRY
SOUVENIRS AND NOVELTIES
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The Morning Journal has


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As an advertising medium,


The Morning Journal


any other newspaper published in the city


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these enter into the making of
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KEY WEST NORPING JOURNAJ SATUU)AY,MARCH 13, 1915.


Want Ads

FOR RENT-Delightful room for
man and wife. Apply at the Journal
office. j12 tf
FOR RENT-Delightful room for
man and wife. Apply at the Journal
office. 12 tf

FOR RENT-Store at 716 Duval
street. Apply to 706 Duval street.
J 16tf
FOR SALE-Or trade. My house
on the County Road. Will trade for
property in Miami. Address R. W.
Harrison, 2121.2 12th Street, Miami,
lia. j 29tf
LEARN SPANISH-Get more bus.
ness or increase your salary by learn-
ing Spanish. Four month's course of
over fifty lessons will begin about
March 8. Conversational method-
You speak Spanish from the first les.
son. C. M. Zequeira, Island City


National Bank.


29 tf


NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
In re Estate of
Clemns H. Sligeher
To all Creditors, Legatees Distribu-
tees an ll Persona having Claims
or Demands against said Estate:
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you,t may h.ve against the
to the undersigned Jamep H. Curtic,
estate of Clemns H. Sligcher deceas.
ed late of Monroe County, Florida,
Administrator of said estate, within
two years from the date hereof.
Dated Sept 21st A. D. 1914.
JAMES H. CURTIS.


10DAY'OLKqilCKSO





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KEY WEST iUSINEBS *
*
DIRECTORY. *
# *

**4**9* *49 **'I ****9
*
FRED MOSS-TAILOR. 9
Fashionable Suits Made to Order 0'
All kinds of first-class work *
neatly done. Alterations, clean.
: ing and pressing. Ladies' tail-*
oring in the prevailing modes. *
416 Greene Street. 0



THE FINEST COFFEE IN 9
THE CITY
.at a
UwMIotMRO MORALES, 9
Coerm Green and Fitspatriek 9
Street.
*********.**, ****.

PEARL TONSORIAL PARLOR *
Clean and sanitary-Specialty #
on Shampooing.
214 Duval St.

************9****
JEWELRY *
LA. GREAUX *
Watchmaker and JeweJrt. 4
Established 1877.
SFPine repairing to delicate wat- *
eoes and Jewelry. Work done *
0 promptly and with satisfaction *
P0 Doval Street. *
9****************

Dr. D. A. Thomason, dential 4
surgeon, 418 Duval St. Spe- *
cialties, Gold Crowns, Bridge *
work, OCast Alumnium Plates #
Office 4 Front Rooms on first"
floor. 418 Dtival St., opposite *
St. Paul's church. Phone 452 9
Office hours: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. 9
****0**0000 *0*00

0NIED R

e, after .
* Bqiefs l-I. *k


AMONG THE COL-


ORED PEOPLE


EDITOR: PROF. S.. WELTERS.


ber and friends Is asked to purchase
a ticket. Admission season ticket 15c.
Egg hunt for the children in the after
noon add 5c.
Committee:
Dorra Hannibal
Caroline Portlock.

NOTICE


Tomorrow will be last day to hand
DOINGS OF COLORED PEOPLE in wrds for song in contest for Doug.
Mixed with Wit and Humor lass School prize offer.
-. Get busy we are progressive if it
ORATORY AT DOUGIASS 1i dull.
AUDITORUM "I'
I am conformed that Mr. Kid North
The first Preliminary ended today will act as soliciting agent for Gibson
It was one of the most interesting and Addurly Cigar Factory. Mr.
It was one of the mot interesting North is certainly able to help us and
displaysr of natural talent ever ,w .
brought out in recent years. The
subjects were classic and very dif- You need not worry we are going to
icult. There were tws nty..eih con- fight for local industry to help our
testants of dhs number six were home,
boys. They were all highly ap-.
plauded and compliment by Mr. To The People in Key West
English the principal. A list of the
successful ones will be published next In a few bays the Morning Journal
week. will be read by colored people all over
--- this state. We are planning a chain
NOTICE of workers at Miami, Jacksonville


There will be a meeting of
Junior Robins of the Masonic


Tampa, St. Petersburg and St Augu-
the tine. There is a lady out in Califor-
Hall nia who is going to send us data of


Sunday 14th inst. 12 a. in. Every jintest.
member requested out as there is 6
much special business to discuss and Stand by our colors.
arrangements fr uor neet ~ls time pay the boy too.


Boost and


will be announced. ....-
Mr. Thomas Skinner She Turn The Joke On Him
President. Two men were passing a market.
They saw a woman butcher cutting
NOTICE up the beef. Say let's have some
-fun. I'm going to ask that woman for
There will be a Easter Bazzar giv. a yard of pork. So he steppers in-say
en by the members of Zin church on -you-give me a yard of pork-She
April the 5th and 6th for the benefit without any hesitation reached across'
of A. M. E. Zion church. Each mem- tbh counter and handed hi'n 3 feet.
i i i 1,1 i. _ii. i_ 11 1 1 1 11


We Really Do!

When something has gone wrong-if anemploye of ours
has failed to give you the proper service, or if you
haven't had the utmost courtesy paid you and your
requefs--TELEPHONE US PROMPTLY.
We are anxious to give you as nearly perfect service as
is possible. and'you can help us wonderfully by telling
us when we fail.
Just be sure that the fault is with us-give us the exact
facts inthe case-and we will handle the matter properly.


Consumers Ice and Cold Storage Co.
PHONE 211.



Tho PorteorAllon Company


INSURANCE
OFFICE OVER


INSURANCE
THE FIRST


NATIONAL BANK
TELEPHONE NO. 1.
In selecting an insurance agency let it be the one nla whose record and
. strength guarantee the liberal fulfillment of Its obligations.
Oaur moeese is the reward of merit an d the result of nearly twenty yean
honorable dealings with our patrons.

WHY TAKE CHANCES
ELSEWHERE?


Tle churches were filloI on Sun.
any. Thanks to the milliners.

It is apparent to many parents that
a great many children ge. on the
wrong track because the switch is mis.
I',nced.
A grocer recently had a pound of
s ,gar returned with a nore stating
thnt it contained too much sand for
tuble use, and not enough for bull:l.
Ing purposes

NOTICE
All officers and members of Thomas
Jeffirson Leadets Co., No 17, are or.
dcer'd to meet tonight at 6::1) p. m.
A L Odd Fellow Hall. Full unif .rm.
Order of Ceptian.
The Colored Column of the Jojse*l
S'reginning to look like the Metro.
pols and the Times Union. Wo pledge
you a newsy column. Boost vcid pay
the boy.

EDUCATION
Howard University may receive
$104,800 from the United States Gov.
ernment if present proposals pass
Congress. This sum is larger than
last year and provides for a profes.
sor of sociology and a survey of house.
ing conditions among Negroes.
dThe new Douglass High School at
San Antonio, Tex., has ten rooms and
cost $32,000.
The Association of Teachers in Ne.
gro Schools will hold their annual
meeting it Cincinnati next July.
The County Judge of Jersey Co.,
Ill., has just appointed two addition-
al members to the Board of Trustees
of the "George Washington Fund".
This fund was founded by a Negro and
now amounts to $23,000. Its income
is used for educating colored stud-.
ents and there has long been a feel.
Ap, ,* t). yhitt trustees art not,
making desperate efforts to find be.
neficaries. One hundred students have
been assisted in the past but only one
is at present receiving aid.
The Mayor 'of Knoxville, Tenn.,
has recommended a ne colored high
school. In reply to white newspaper
opposition, a colored man writes to
la local paper:

NOTICE
All patrons of our column who owe
the boys from one to eight weeks as
reported will please call it square and
we will begin a cleah sheet on Monday
After this time all persons owing for
three weeks will be dropped .
Things will pick up very soon. The
new telephone and the biological sta-
tion will certainly drop a few dimes.
A repeater-Please let some officer
come down on Emma St., and stop
some very unpleasant pictures for
our children to see at school ?
The Journal is the cheapest. ItL


gives you the leading news
country and the Key West
for 10c. Buy a Paper. Help


of the
colored
us.


Wanted-Employment for a good
cook and general housework. Apply
911 Center Street.
Wanted-A good reliable person
for a new enterprise. For further
information call at my house at 4
p. m., 211 Southard Street.
FOR SALE-Two small dingles,
$20 and $25. Call at the journal of-
fice.


GET YOUR


EASTER OUTFIT

From a Tie to a Suit of Clothes amd Save

25 Per Cent

J. LEOVIT PROP. THE NAVAL STORE 128 DUVALISTREET


Are you satisfied with ,ue Paper? The Square Deal
Pay the boy lOc.


Read This Notice.
(1) All notices or communications
from churches, lodges and socieites
must be placed in box between hours
of 6:30 a. m. and 3 p. m.
(2) All church notes for Sunday
must be sent in Friday, not later than
11 a. m. Saturday.
(3) All'birth, death or engage.
ments must be signed by good au.
thority.
(4) All official church and lodge
notices should be signed by its sece.
tary.
(5) Editor will not be responsible
for non-publications should they not
come in on time.
(6) Please secure a clean sheet of
paper to write on. Have some pride.

Doings of Colored People Mixed With
Wit and Humor.
Newman Church..
Thursday. 7 p. m., pray'.'i meeting.
Friday, 7 p. m., choirp ractice.
Oaks from acorn grow. We hope
our planting acorns. Just boost Key
West and the Journal.
LOST-A splendid opportunity by
not preparing for the Douglass
School preliminary contest. Students,
you will regret this some day.
PUPILS WANTED-Mrs. Maria
Barnus, a skilled musician, will take
a few new scholars. Her reputation
is too wll known for further com-
ment.

GIBSON & ADDERLEY
Manufacturers of
FINE CIGARS
Made at Key West of
the Finest Materials
procurable adt Hand'
Made by Expert Work-
men.


ALFRED CULMER
Key Wests' Professional
Tailor. Suits to Order
Patterns on Exhibition.
Cleaning and Press.
ing a Specialty

KEY WEST ICE CREAM PARLOR
Clean and Inviting.


Orders taken and de-


livered.
Cors. Petronls and Shavers Lane
DAVIS & EVANS Props,

Go To

LEWIS ICE CREAM

PARLOR
Cakes, Pies and Asst.
Candies.
Cor. Petronia & Duval

C. C. COLEMAN

MERCHANT TAILOR

A Man with a reputa-
tion and up to date.

724 Whitehead St.
T> _^ 0 ^Y T?_


says the colored people
patronize them and
they will return it.
We do business with
everybody because we
give a Square Deal.
Our bargains are so
cheap the goods fall
right in your hand.


Gandolfo's Bicycde
and
Repair Shop
Open Day and Night
The famous Indian Mo-
torcycle may be tested
any time. Prices very
reasonable.


J. D Roberts, Jr.


Expert Saw Filer.
Work called for and
delivered with honest
guarantee. -:- -:-

321 Catherine St.



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KEY WEST MORNING JOURNAL SATURDAY,MARCH 18, 1915.


ANNOUNCEMENT OF
A. LOUIS & SON
Planned your Spring clothes yet?
If you haven't, it's- time you did for
Spring is here. And so is A. Louis
and Son with the most distinguished
"value-ful" array of smart Spring
novelties that has ever been welcomed
to our city.
Read their full page announcement
on page three of this issue of the
Journal, and you will be convinced
that it is the most superb array that
this popular department store has
ever placed on display. Glance at
their windows and then walk inside
where the courteous will take great
pleasure in showing you around.
DEVOTED TO SHOES
When we buy, our whole time
is given to the purchase of the
best shoes. We give you the best
shoe that is made, and the styles
are always advance styles. We
certain to please you.
Wolfson,s Shoe Company
Exclusive Shoe Store.
m13-2t
Wolf Mueller, superintendent of
construction for the U. S. Treasuary
Department, arrived yesterday for a
consultation with the constodian as
to needed repairs to the public build-
ing.
SHOES: EXCLU-
SIVELY SHOES
Our Whole desire is to fur-
ish the people of Key West with
the best shoes. This is our busi-
ness. SHOES: These we sell,
and these alone. SHOES: We fit
the entire family.
Wolfson's Shoe Company ,
Exclusive Shoe Store m13-2t



APR. 3rd


THE FORD


GOES


22 DAYS


More


MAKE
Your Easter
Purchases
Here and
Get


THE


FORD


Palm Beach
Suits Galore

* ** mm a


NEWS FROM THE
STORE OF FASHION
News from The Store of Fashion
telling of their Easter Sale will be
found on the eighth page of this is-
sue of the Journal, and from the dis-
play of Smart Spring Styles, we pre-
dict that it will be the most success-
ful sale held in Key West, The
prices are lower and the crowds will
be bigger.
Secure your Spring dresses now at
a big saving. Chic new models in swell
new Spring novelties have arrived for
these special offerings; and they are
perfectly beautiful. Every article in
'.ie store is at your command, and
you should hasten to make' your
selections on the opening day.


LOCAL NEWS
The U. S. Destroyers Flusser and
Reid sailed yesterday morning for
Charleston, S. C.
After a visit in Miami for a few
days, Phillip Russell returned to the
city yesterday over the East Coast.
,Romey Tynes who had been on a
brief visit to points on the East
Coast returned on the morning train
yesterday .
Oscar DuBruell, who had been on
a brief business visit to Miami, re-
turned yesterday on the morning
train.
The steamer Olivette of the P. and
0. S. S. Company, arrived yesterday
morning from Tampa and sailed sev-
eral hours later with passengers.
The steamer Governor Cobb arrived
in port yesterday afternoon from
Havana with passengers enroute to
Key West and points in the north.
The Mallory Steamer Sabine is due
to arrive in port this morning from
Tampa and Mobile with freight and
passengers for this port and New
York.
Eventually you will want to
get acquainted with the ,dress
goods. We are showing a veriety
of new embroidered seed mar-
quisette, embroidered voile,
crepes garbadines, organdies.
etc. Call and inspect our line be-
fore buying your new Easter
gown. Theo. Holtsburg and Son
the most talked about ladies
store in the city.
adv. m13-2t
Don't forget the Matinee at San
Carlos this afternoon. Full perform-
ance popular prices.
Chas. S. Gregg, representing the
H. and W. B. Drew Company of Jack-
sonville left over the East Coast last
night for Miami, after a very suc-
cessful 'business trip in Key West.
W. F. Malcolm, representing the Re-
mington Typewriter Company, who
had been in the city several days on
business, left over the East Coast
last night for Palm Beach,
Special salefor Saturday -and
Monday. Large size sheets for
double bed, 81x90, made of hea-
vy sheeting you pay elsewhere
85c; our price 65c or 2 for $1'26
Sea Island brown cotton, the 10c
quality, (note the price) for $1.
40 inch chiffon voile silk finish
19c yard; silk batiste, the kind
you pay 25c, our price for Mon-
day 15c yard and its 40 inches
wide; lonsdale finish cambric
cotton, lOc quality, Saturday
and Monday 13 yards for $1.00
also entire line of new Easter


A. W nlkn kV goods reduced for Saturday and
A. IW V I kYJ Monday. Theo. Holtsberg and
I Son, next to San Carlos. adv.
DOWN TOWN.t m18.2


WOLFSON!S


SALE


EASTER


STARTS 8.30

This Morning



OPPORTUNITIES


NEVER EQUALED


E v VERY ARTICLE
has been singled out
for unusual merit---and
every item represents
more than unusual value.
All departments in this
store have contributed
to this great advertise-
ment offerings that will
not be mn watched anywhere.


Hundreds of Yards of

Spring's Finest Materials

YOU HAVE NEVER SEEN
such a selection of Tqces,
Embroideries and Curtain
goods. They are truly won-
derful values *. .. ..
Mothers! Here is the ideal
store for your Boy's Clothing,
in all th latest effects. .. ...

SPECIALS. TUESDAY.
Saturday and Monday 9 to 9:30 a. m. 10 yards
9 to 9:30 a. m. 6 Pillow Good Cambric 48c. Limit
Cases, 39c. Limit 6 to a 10 yards to a customer.
customer.
7 to 7:30 p. m. 2 Sheets, 7 to 7:30 p m. 10 yards
72x90, 48c. Limit 2 to a good Brown Cotton 35c
customer. Limit 10 yds. to customer


these values are youis to
share--but if you would not be
disappointed on those things
where qualities are limited-
COME EARLY. .'. *.



The Store of Fashion


L. WOLFSON.


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MONROE


THE BEST AND
WE OFFER.


TODAY MATINEE AND NIGHT

Proof of Our Motto

The Spoilers"
In 9 Reels
From Rex Beach's Famous Book.
This Picturesque rugged ro-
mance of Alaska has a love
story with splendid imagina-
tion that grips and holds the
sympathies. THE SPOILERS
presents the most stubborn.
and exciting fight ever pic-
tured--the Acme of Realism.
See a whole town dynamited,
a volcanic earthquake, extra-
ordinary, a wonderful draw.
ing power. t : : :


Prices
60


Matinee 10-15
Night 15-20


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We Cordially
Invite youoTo View Our
Authentic Display
of
Spring's Most Exclusive
Creations
In


MILLINERY

FROM
The Leading Makers

The BostonStore
616 Duval St. Opp. The Monroe Theatre


YOUR GUEST WILL FIND IT
WHAIti) TO CHOOSE
between our lemon and cream sodas
or between any other of our bottled
S ^ beverages 'for that matter. They are
all so delightfully palatable and re-
freshing that each seems better than
i the other. Try a box of the kind you
like best. You'll like it better than
OM ever after a u,-te of ours.
KEY WEST COCOA COLA BOT.
TLING CO. Phone 137.

Florida East Coast Railway
TRAINS'ARRIVE From THE NORTH
8:00 A. M., 6:20 P. M.
TRAINSIDEPART FOR THE NORTH
11tOO A. M., 7:00 P. M.
Information as'to" Rates and reservations
furnished upon application to local Agent
PHONE 710L


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