The Key West citizen
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048666/00421
 Material Information
Title: The Key West citizen
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: February 4, 1935
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
daily[ former <1908-1909>]
daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358017
oclc - 02701762
notis - ABZ6317
lccn - sn 83016244
System ID: UF00048666:00421
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_-For Associated Best 55 Interests Years_Service.Press Devoted of Key Day_West to Wire the Utb: C Itp 'W't t. Citizen( t most range Key West equable of; only,with Florida 14 weather*an Fahrenheit, average has in thecountry the

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More Fireworks Promised In OUTSIDERS TO '. ALL OF BRITAIN'SIRADITIONAL: BICYCLE RACES Capt Canova Badly Injured In


House On Federal Patronage I IN KEY WEST GEORGE'S SILVER JUBILEE YEAR,f r DURING MONTH Explosion On Vessel Yesterday

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I LONDON, Feb. 4.-The wed. polished for a succession of state
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Congress Lining Up I ding of George and Marina, for'banquets the like of which no! CONNECTION WITH Injuries In Ac-
COMING HERE FOR GRAND movie director ever conceived.} CELEBRATION OF "LA SE
I all its royal splendor, was just a''Seated' about the legal board will: cident Near Fort Jefferson -
For Proposed ActivitiesOf CELEBRATION MANA ALEGRE"
-- I be the cream of the empire's
sideshow to the circus that England wealth and nobility including In-j i PRODUCT WILL BE DIS jRl-
FutureBy I ii going to see this coming dian potentates with diamonds,( BUTED WITHIN NEXT ,

LOCAL HARBOR EVER Discussing with The Citizenthe spring and summer in celebration rubies and other gems beyond:i: Registrations for entries in the I -

forthcoming presentation of price. I||, bicycle races which are to be stag FEW DAYS
HERBERT PLUMMER SINCE DECEMBER 31 the "Phates of Penzance," scheduled of King George' silver jubilee. j I I There even is a rumor that one ed as part of the celebration of i Captain Ted Canova, well

4U7 A..rs.trd for February 19, M. E. Gil- I It was nothing more than a 1'Indian prince has every intentionof "La Semana Alegre." week of I known fishing guide of Key West
WASHINGTON Feb. 4.Therow bringing 50 of his favorite joy. here this month can now be Relief clients in Key West will I Ii ),
.barkentine fond, acting FERA administrator warm-up, so to speak for one of suffered
which has j The magnificent ,; elephants} ;:, made it was announced thIs' morn. begin receiving dried skim milk fractures of the left foot
over patronage said expectations are that a I the greatest social and military:j 'ing. i
rigged auxiliary yacht Intrepid, ,: I Anniversary Biggest Day I within the next few days, it was and ankle and an incomplete fracture
been stirred up among the democrats large number of people from all I carnivals conceived by any na-i I, The biggest day will be May\ G,1*': A card of eight races has been announced today. The surplus

in the house promises more owned by Walter P. Murphy, of parts of the state will be here foci I tion. George was fortunate, in I II ,ithe, 25th anniversary of the king's prepared for this feature of the .I commodity department of the of the right, in an explosion

I Chicago which has been in the the performance.Local fact, to have popped the} question'I I accession, when he and the entire week. The races are to be caged I on board the tender Tortufa, near
which Florida
firework than
the I ERA is
protests offices of the administration when he didA royal wedding royal family will ride to St. Paul'sCathedral Saturday morning February 23. making this nutritive

haTe been made periodically since harbor since December 31. sailed are sending out, hundreds of I scarcely would have been noticedin for commemorative Prizes of merchandise for first, I food available'torelic' -/ i Fort, Jefferoa, yesterday morn
the approaching shuffle. ''' services. I I(I I second and third places are to- be ,clients.!
the present administration came yesterday for Havana. i invitations and Mr:. Gilfond is of I'j I' offered, it said. : inr.l .
i was
Twelfth Jubilee Ruler | Later on the king, who was an,, Workers in>the social service
Into'power. The ship was cleared for foreign the opinion it will be a good idea 1 active naval commander before he With hundreds of bicycles now I'l X.Raul.Doralngno, another member -
department .
for Key,Westerswhen writing' to The king will be the twelfth of of the: rellef-iadminis- I
I had idea he might succeed to being ridden on the streets of Key.
For thing ,itLe complaint ,ports by the Porter Dock company. England's 39 monarchs since Wil- any tration here ,ithii.
one' ? friends'to tell them 'tof Semana West ,. are i to-infOl'm'relld.clientsjust of -koat'*(personnel suf-
I the throne will review England'sI a large number) of ''entries
Mr..Murphy,and his physician and 1 Alegre. ,. j liam the Conqueror to rate a silver :
of the leader are falling' on fertile . I I |I great battle fleet at Spithead. II I! are expected for the races. how the foodcan. be f f.ted.l..srationa'ab.ut the .
jubilee. j ji bead
party sailed, on the vessel, for a I During the week there will be I : used to best
Special gold and silver jubilee Four races for women and girls; advantage.
ground. The election of different forms of entertainment, i I Those who reigned 25 years or f..m.
cruise in the Caribbean and West tad body.
i i and four The dried .
for skim milk csribe
I \ exclusive of the production of the more were Henry I, Henry II, medals are being cast for the men and boys halebeen powder
last November brought a host of i Indian waters. j I| romantic opera including aerial Henry III, Edward I, Edward III, king to present to notables, but set up. These are expectedto sprinkled over foods, much as I|I The Tortugas was a tender belonging .
new member into the house.! Yacht Lanai, owned by Commo-: fireworks displays and a moonlight Henry VI, Henry VIII, Queen consume most of the morning.The : one does sugar, salt and other. to the Yacht Buccaneer,
i dore James of the New York : regatta. Elizabeth. George II. George III even the man in the street may races scheduled follow:' :I flavoring, and in that way its food I|r chartered for a cruising by Lawrence -

There are 110 all told, 76 of whom Yacht Club is berthed at the Porter 'j' I I and Queen Victoria. :' wear one-not of goid. but just as Men's distance race, five times value can be had with little (I H. Jones, of Louisville Ky.

are democrats. Doc !. Queen Victoria who started in glittering he wishes to spend around the Boulevard. trouble. i|I Mr. Jones who U 80 years

For '[ REHEARSALS FOR i' ruling as a child and lived to the about CO cents.STATE Boys' distance race three time Miss Nina G. Ryder, director of I t I, old. his daughter, Mrs.\ Baylor
the at least these been I
present Yacht Doromar which had (I i around the Boulevard. the I II '
social Hickman
ripe old age of 81, celebratedboth : department in and a guest, John Page
"freshman" representatives have berthed at the submarine bare for I j ON her golden and diamond Women's distance race onetime I Key West, said that the product]|17.a years- old, were on the boat.

little opportunity of making them- about 10 days: and came up to the j|; OPERATING jubilees. SOCIAL i i 1'I around the Boulevard.Women's : should be received here within the I i :Mr. Jones and his party were in

Porter Duck last week for oil and ; : They say that even the celebrations one-mile obstacle 'next few days, and then it to be the forward part of the vessel and
selves heard. About the only supplies railed yesterday for Tor-I i I 1 I marking the 50th and UNIT TO MEET race.Men's : distributed. Captain Canova and Raul Dom
thing they can do to make their tugas. The Doromar is owned by PRACTICE FOR COMING 60th year of Queen Victoria's two and one-half miles [inguez were in the stern when the
constituents back home remember \ G. McCullough. I EVENT WILL BE CONCLUDED !,'!I reign were mild compared to the: 'I speed race.Women's. HORATIO explosion ,occurred.
that they are in congress is J I outpouring of sentiment plannedfor .. one-mile speed rsce. CAgEYI I Captain_ C._,,A. Olsen of the
to have some voice in saying who I IN TWO WEEKS :i: the popular George V. It will CONFERENCE WILL BE HELDIN Men's (over 50 years of age) I'Buccaneer I and two children had

SIR. AGftlDALE t! : extend over several months and] MIAMI BEGINNING one-mile speed race. DIES YESTERDAY ,k intended( going but; at the last moment -
shall be appointed to this or that 1! each succeeding phase promises to Girls' tao and one-half mile decided not to and remain-

job.This COMESTO PORT I[ Members of the cast of the be just a little bigger better and MARCH 17.tit speed race. I led[ on- the yacht The captain Mid
block of democratic "fresh opera "Pirates of Penzance," the more brilliant than the one pre The boys' and girls' races are FUNERAL SERVICES WILL BE r that the decision' of the children

men" in the house, therefore, listens presentation of which is to be the ceding. j jj ,j limited to entries 15 years of age. probably'saved their lives as they
i or under. No one can enter more CONDUCTED THIS would teats on'
ftJway find the
outstanding event during La Se- A..eIated Pres.r .
carefully to the advice of its j Palace Polishes Gold Dishes |
i 1 than
CUBA ARRIVES FROM HAVANA -I mana Alegre," KeyVest's week I I Ii TALLAHASSEE Fla.. Feb. 4. two races. AFTERNOONHoratioChristopner covering Qf the engine when they
elders on the question of patronage I There will be royal processionsby Entrfes should file their name
i of joy, are starting their Florida State Conference went out.
today on -The
than fol- AND SAILS AT day and flood-lit magnificenceby . with the publicity _deprtroent .of I .1 -
andjnorejikely not last .two--weeks of rehearsals before : c --:-; ... First Notice Received.
"of Social Workers will be held in
\lows NIGHT"FOR night. The social season, the Key West Administration.Since : .
them with votes. TAMPA I the romantic is staged The 'first notice of the cxplo
opera opening with two royal courts in Miami! March\ 1720. I{I a waiver of any claims for Carey age
Job To Be Had Tuesday night 19. i sionas' received in radiogrami
February I! March and a bumper crop of presentations -' Mrs. Emmeth Cochran of Talla-! damages must be signed it willi 11, died yeterday.afternoon I!I a
When such men as Blanton ofl!! Staging the opera in the open should take every i I be necesary for the l bicyclists togo 5:30 o'clock at the residence, 1117 i i!i from. th, Buccaneer to Lieutenant
Texas and other irate democrats-! Steamship A widale. of the :I air under the February 11 full dress-making ledger in London ha'see is president personally, to the administration Fleming street. The funeral willj I'I W..9. Jackson! U. S. N.,- in

point out to them, for example.!| de-Malory Lines arriVfd in'' moon is expected to be a highly out of the red. i j i About 300 persons are expected offices. All entries must' be be held this afternoon at 4:30, charge of the. naval station

that there are jobs to be had at''port Saturday night 8 o'clock instead ; colorful affair. One of the forts! The gold dinner service at to :attend.TODAY'S in not later than Monday Fob /'clock from the Lopez Funeral I|I Immediately afterward an effort -

HOLC and the only reason they!I of Sunday morning as callied !I in the Naval Station will be used . ruary 11, it was announced. Home with services to be con- Wai :'made' to secure a coast
are being withheld is because ofl j 1 for in schedu'c.! The ship left I II !I as a background, adding to the ----- -- lucted by Rev. Shuler Peele of guild plane from Dinner Key. but

the "arrogance" of the chairman I'I New York !):30 o'clock Tuesday color of the opera, and giving it a I I the Fleming Street Methodist Lieutenant Jackson waft told there

of HOLC. they are fit to be tiedJ 1 night instead! of 5 o'clock in the better setting for the colorful ::1 WEATHERI ] MRS. C. BALDWIN I Church. I I was no' plane available and heIimmediatply'got
1 1I I .
HOLC and PWA always have I j afternoon. I j ji ,story "of the "Pirates of 'PenI Survivors are two daughters,1Mm. j In touch with Julius
been sore spots with members of i Agent C. E. Smith said he was zance. jI i ii DIES LAST I Emma Buff urn, Miami and Ft tone Jr., administrator

congress reeking patronage. AitIpc i very much surprised!' at the early I I Choruses of the opera are re-(I NIGHT Mrs. .Marie Trotter, Wytheville.l! t Iin T\ 1.JrJ..
:-ntments in these two agencies);lanival of the vessel, especially inconsideration j I hearsing mornings and afternoons I I j tonight and Tuesday; somewhat Va.; one son Oliver Carey, Miami j..t'I Mr.. Stone was asked if it couldbe

have been made on a nonpoliticalbasis of the late dcpar-: now brushing up any rough spotsin Highest .........._. ......................_C7 warmer Tuesday; moderate to' ; seven grandchildren, five arranged t for' the plane, running
and the threats and pleas of lure from New York. J their work. Nights are given Lowest ..n-_____..._.....-...._............._64 fresh northwest: and north winds FUNERAL SERVICES WILL BE jrtat grandchildren and one .between Miami and KeyI

members of congress for jobs The vessel remained all night over to general rehearsals, with)' Mean\ ............_........._........-......_..66I I I niece. !I I West;, then at this airport. could
ignored. in port after discharging! cargo':''I the choruses and principals par- Normal Mean ................___.70 ;:; IVY : CONDUCTED TOMOR. the pallbearers will be Edward be used. Mr. Stone at once in-
"This creature." said Blanton end sailed yesterday morning, ticipating. 1 I Rainfall ri"i\IJ': :Ii ROW MORNING Robert. George Gibson, Merlin'' stnictcd Miss Betty Maloney.

on the floor of the house recently j I! f:30 o'clock for Tampa and New Tickets went on sale' last week, Yesterday's Precipitation T. Ins. .\,. Albury II. A.. Pierce, Sumner manager{ of the airport, to mako

of HOLC "has become greater Orleans!' and early indications! are that the I II Normal Precipitation .... .03 Ins.TbU ,, f ,'. Mrs. Catherine! B. Baldwin age Sweeting and W. H. Pierce.IMPROVEMENT I|l arrangements for the pane! to
P. and O. S. S. Cuba arrived!'I will I be a sell-out. Five thousand ... \ I'O- (I leave.
opera iwrl lrutllaic
than rrrwrd revere :: *r < 85. died last
its creator. It talks about I night tt midnight at
faturday afternoon from Havana I')| seats will be provided with: !I at M ...1_... hU ....r.l.*T. I'I f.\ the residence Ann I I t ,In The meantime the Marine
and not 112 street.
being a corporation responsible !
to congress" with 93 passengers, 10 of whom benches and bleachers. A numberof I I! Tomorrow' Almanac I' <.\ ., The funeral will be held tomorrow INSUNDAY'SFA1Ek1''I hospital ,was advised! of the accident

6:30 stack out-of-town from' .. ........ ... I O I ::1 ur"hlfe"Capbln Eckitrom.
His wer/\ien} emU&Ued I persons, Sun rises . 7:08 a. m. ( morning at o'clockfromthe
statemept: .was; echoed in F-r' ( ? 730. ; '
the minds of inepy pther ll P I IS points- in South Florida, are I'Sun sets ......._.. .. ....... 6:15 p. m. l" residence,, to. .the ,- Catholic "f iloi'oCtherplari ;! was making nr.ranjremerita ).
dcmy- : ', '
crats wh.o have bgyn dqm-jyeduqf<<: :\10 q ipr.r. VlJt\ {li Na nmg'to:! be' here for'the !'show and )1.Moon rises .......+ 'm. 8:27 a. m. ::-. Church where. a requiem.mass will : |j for refueling, llje'
the privilege' yf 4ictgtingappoii, ( ;t.i,} JjU Its Jnv tc S. 'tb ljlaTly. i ,1'for othM"lictivities'which will continue -, Moon sets ......._.......... 8:42 p. m., be conductedf.or l the.deceased i by !tank.' Surgeon, 'E. II. Carnej d, jn
i Fair Warmer of the Su'rge'on(
'in the instructions I 'f charge hospital!
harbor through Sunday; February
awaiting sailing I
Tomorrow" Tide Rev. .A, L, jaureau.1,
their trjrf.Ta'ks j
ril.1\\s jn! aj j Nursld'lIlichael
i P. D. J{ U \
24. when the festival comes to a MANY NEW FEATURES HAVE
Of Reprisal, ' J'" PI .'i i* n A.. t_:!_ 'W' elese.: I A.M. P.M. Florida: Fair tonight posibly'I The Lopez Funeral Home will i and Orderly Burnell ,Johnson arrived -

Some.'observers capit6l l .hill;( I High ........_......_.11:08 11:23 I light frost in north end and in 'interior ': be in charge of arrangements. BEEF : )fE 1Q2 I ..with ,.stretcher'''and first
wouldn't.. be swpr'ifci'd to see 'ah SEVEN ARRIVE Low ..........._. _._.._ 4:50 4:18 of central portion; Tuest ay' Survm r are fourdaughters, t b'PDJrO r 11" aid equipment and boarded the
I ,
fair, slowly rising temperature. Mrs. Clfrje Bernje frr.l JMfyMamie t? LY S I
open move un the 'Irart of these MALONEY RITES Barometer nt 8 a. in., today: plane.
Jacksonville to Florida Straits: Mors/! Mrs. Ruby Stier. I IImproved I
Sea level 29.94.I.owe.
disgruntled democrats in the house': ABOARD PLANE When the airship left at 12:07
Fresh northwest winds; weather ;, :Mrs Alice Leon; one son, Harry :
to force the heads of such agencies -: I o'clock others in the party wero
THIS MORNING fair tonight and Tuesday. i Baldwin; six grandchildren and in appearance with,
: t IIigheitStation
to their knees. ML<. Maloney the manager, and
East Gulf! : Moderate northwest : eight great grandchildren. :increased local news and wire
There is talk of reprisals eitherin Last Night Yesterday Earl Adams, local newspaper writ-
holding back appropriations Seven passengers arrived on the Abilene ._.......... 34 68 and north winds, flesh over south :) press service, the Key West Over.'er.

launching embarrassing 'l1ve:
tions. They were: Daisy Satterfield Adeline Maloney, who died on Friday Boston ........... 32 40 II t tvr.ATiir.u i terday under the management of ;1 o'clock and Captain Canova and

"Cut their money off," one Baum, Rexford Tu well, F. ernoon was held this morning Buffalo ...__....... 12 34 I \ CONDITIONS i I II IN DOLL SHOW T. E. Brook, publisher and edi- Raul Dominguec were placed in
democrat observed, "and you will E. Albert Lee Strong, Earl Bress- 10 o'clock from the lesidence, aft-I' Charleston ..._... 40 66 tor. tan|'r ambulance of the Lopez Fun-
have them climbing up here on' man. Robert B. Coleman. Elizabeth street to St. Chicago _......._.. 28 40 Pressure i is low this morning: The new publisher contemplatesa eral Home and. taken to the hospital -

their hands and knees to you." j i Several passengers have made church with services conductedby Denver .............. 30 62 throughout the Atlantic states : number of additional featuresand
'reservations ._. ......_... 38 I I Winners in the doll show reader attractions, commen-i
If an attempt is made to hold! for the afternoon | Rev. A. B. Dimmick. I Detroit 20 with a disturbance off the north j j i Perform Operation
up appropriations or harass these turn trip to Miami. re.,1, Galveston _.....__._ 52 74 Atlantic coast. Ea'tport, Me.\ : staged by the recreation depart- surate with the support given by i!, Surgeon Carnes said this morning -
Havana ._.....-.... 60 29.50 inches. and another low ment of the Key Wjest Administration advertisers and_ subscribers, he an*I J Jnounces. I
agencies by investigations, aast BEGGING RACKET that u,soon as the patient was.
of relief work Huron ....._.- _..... 28 40 I pressure area i&. moving in over Saturday at Bayview Park I the wai
amount pressing MRS. ETTINGER I ,in hospital an operation
would be held up. House democrats FOUND IN VIENNA Jacksonville ._.... 42 68 ,, the northern Plains States and were announced today. performed to relieve the conditions -
Kansas City..... 26 48 Mississippi Valley Willis- Prizes were awarded for the 'I
know this and believe they !! upper MANY VISITORS in connection with the fracture '
can force them to terms. DIES ON SUNDAY!{ .II r ".._I.I.tI r rr..) KEY WEST ___. 64 67 ton. N. D.. and Duluth. Minn.. following: Cutest doll Shirley r of the left foot and ankle,
A I, VIENNA, Feb. 4.-Vienna has Little Rock .._... 36 66 29.88 inches; while pressure is Smith; best dressed doll, Olga made to
merry row is in prospect and all efforts are being
!iI I ______ I' become one of the worst places Los Angeles ...._. 60 72 moderately high from the north t Cas'ada, and prettiest doll, Rosalie ARRIYESUNDAY i preclude the necessity if amputa
i j Mrs. Rose Ettinger age 73, in the world for beggars with men,) Louisville .-......32 44 Pacific States southeastward over : LaFe.: '

HOSPITALITY 1 died! yesterday afternoon at the women and children, half naked Miami ._......._..._. 56 66 the west Gulf states. Salt Lakes] :Hiss Clara Yates, supervisor, :tion.Today ,the patient was resting

residence on Simonton street. and barefooted, kneeling on the I Minneapolis ....22 34New City, Utah 30.26 inches, and : was i in charge of the show. OVER THREE HUNDRED COME'.as easily a> can be pected.
. MEETThere Funeral services are being con. cold pavement in supplication to : Orleans _.-. 48 70 i t Abilene. Texas. Oklahoma City With the return of'the plane it
UNIT TO ducted this afternoon, with Rev.j I pedestrians.The I.New York ._..-... 30 44 and Little Rock, Ark.. 30.20 in- HERE ON WEEKLY EX. was learned that six veterans

1 P. Kristal officiating. beggars show more originality : Pensacola ..-..... 42 66 ches.. It was snowing this morning'i J BOXINGTonight Jefferson enroute in
, from Fort
i it The Lopez Funeral Home is in I i and enterprise than min .Pittsburgh _..--.-. 20 3G in the lower Lake region 'and ap-'j jr CURSION I a boat to Bird Key witnessed! the

t will he a meeting of the charge of arrangements. I cants in other countries. In i-I St. Louis __........ 32 44 per Ohio Valey and there have r, at 8:45 O'clock (Continued on Page Four)
Key Wes-t Hospitality! League: I II to excite pity and coax the Salt Lake City .28 44 been light rains during the last HIGH SCHOOL GYMNASIUM (

\ held tonight, beginning at 8J NOTICE luctant penny from pasersby, San Francisco .. 52 56 24 hours in California. Temperatures -i; YOUNG FERNANDEZ :More than 300 visitors arrived *

o'clock at the Public Library !I many of them rent babies by the Seattle __.._...-..-.. 42 46 ,, are above normal this morn-j in Key West yesterday on the CABARET SHOWUnder
rooms according to announce-'; Mr. Stebbins will give addresses -., day at
ment made by William II. Malone :i, on the Book of Romans:I.: The police recently discovered: Washington' __ 34 44 i J I I of the country being 25 degrees j BOBBY WAUGH :Miami and other points between Friday, Feb. 8, 8:30 m.
president of the organiza-: each night this week at Bible an organization of "ma!'ter beg Williston -._ 40 above in the Dakotas. and the I Also that city and Key West. I p.
lion. 'j Truth ,Hall, 1127 Southard street. .1 gars," who controlled the business :::....:: I It temperature at Key West has risen -j four round exhibition by From the expressions of pleasure CORAL ISLE CASINOTtck

A request i il made for a large'! A cordial invitation is extended to I in Vienna and who rented WEATHER FORECAST to normal after being below PETE NEBO and JOHN NEBO and satisfaction uttered by, ta o& Sal. at 421 D.val.

attendance as it is stated that all to hear these addresses on this out different areas in the capital ;i since January 23rd. I I GENERAL ADM. 25c the excurtioniita yesterday afternoon -.] Street. Phone 302-J

business of much importance most wonderful of all of Paul's to more humble mendicants, at (Till 8 p. m., Tuesday) 1[ G. S. KENNEDY. RINGSIDE 50c before leaving time, it was OppMite Colonial: Hotel
will come before the meeting I j:I epistles. febl-lt t I I I:so much per week. J Key West and Vicinity: Fair Official in Chart 1 I evident they enjoyed the visit. I Aklmissimt -.,._.... ..-...:.. 11.50.

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Olhr. ({Cp mrs"( (:W t "THE GREAT GAMBLE" ........1.......... S. X., born lit Fort Austin,

.. Distinguished Men in U. of R Commencement Today's ., 61 years ago. '
.1..U..e4 Davy Except Sunday By -
TUB CXTIU2V\ rUBLJSHIJUJ CO. IMC. Thirty thousand people are killed ................... Edward B. Sheldon of NeW;

L. I'. AKTMAX. PrrmldcBt. each year and 850,000 injured in auto I Col. Charles A. playwright, born in Chi. '

From The Citizen Building mobile accidents. The Travelers Insur- r } I New Jersey, born in o., 49! years ago.Dr. .

Corner Greene and Ann Streets ance Company recently issued in- I Il I years ago.Bishop .
a very I I I Ernest o-n.nand: ; presi!
Only Dally Newspaper In Key West and Monroe teresting book, titled as this editorial is. William F. } I of Washington State College;

County. I Every automobile driver should read it. :l I II II II I Washington, D. C.. retired Sellers'U.I at Bennington, Ind., Cl
Entered at Key nest Florida as second class matter Streets lof the Methodist i ago.
are not speed ways, points out the j I _
FIFTYMTCTIIMrmtor ytan I Church born at Millersburg
author, and cars without adequate brakes, I I 77 years ago. I Dr. John A. Morehead, head of
( the Amuoclmtr Pre '
entitled or using burned-out lights, or lacking in j c awI I! international church agencies
The Associated Press Is exclusively to use Dr. Buell G. Gallagher,
..r republicatlon<< of all news dispatches credited to other particulars I r t i! the Lutheran Church, born in
are "potential engines of
it or not otherwise credited in this paper and aloe dent of TallaJega College ki Co., Va.. 68 years ago.
the local new. published hero.SLIISCH1IT10V destruction." Referring to the many' bama, born at Rankin j I _

:me Year _................-.:.._. ..__...._._RATES....M_$10.00Ux cases of drivers on the wrong side of thV[.J a n : years ago. j i Nigel at 1 San Bruce Diego English CaL. 40 actor year,

Three Months Months_........._........... .____- (%.51.01 road passing on curves and hills where the y. Rear Admiral David F. ,1 I .
One Month _., .._..____. .8' road cannot be seen ahead, and such common - x ; vv
Weekly ... .2AUKUTISl.Ci 1 -- --
practices the writer says he tries to' rtflN
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Mad known on application. HATES drive as if he expected "the world's prize :I UA E tCQ I

idiot around next corner" ,
All reading notices cards of thanks, resolutions of every or curve. I q .IX. The
rctpect. obituary notices, etc.. will be charged for at There are some interesting figures : Iww .y2r- Never-Tiring
Il.e rate of :o cents a line.
Notices for entertainment. by cburcheii from whlcka and statistics in this booklet. Three hun GUARDIAN
revenue Is to be derived are S cents'a line. 4 r #t r #
The Cltltcn Is an open forum and Invites dlscustfuii dred and twenty-five .thousand Americanshave - I I
of public Issues and subjects of local or general / ; : -t49 of your
iterest. but it will not publish anonymous communl- been killed in automobile accidents I e 18/rO ltlM
.ti'.na. _ 4 -
in fifteen years whereas the enemies of I ; ; \ I HEALTH

Merrily\ we roll along. this great nation in all of our wars were P n.fr:

only able to kill 300,000. Four hundred,I ) THE ICE MANi

Business is always better-for ad and ninety-two thousand and five hundred I i appears like clockwork -

vertisers. accidents investigated showed that more I = every day of the year

than one-fourth of them were caused by I = with a load of pure health-
Q _...__
excessive speed, another quarter by drivers ___ :_ : protection?
According to Bourgeois, the bour- I I

geoisie of Louisiana have been, : betrayed by"Bushwa" proceeding without the right-of-way, one- YOUR ICE MAN, Of Course
. eighth because cars were on the wrong side .t
Long.... i lIe never has to be. defrosted. He never'thu'mps
! . .. I I'j ,.of the road, and so on. , ,, I .
or whirrs. He always saves you dollars and cents.

t '?2l! ;:nWA m H ,how\s,4: ;\ reated by While were nine-tenths apparently of jn} the good cars' ondition'there in accidents -' N",.. QI Yn v ,, \ ,. . '; it ':I'' '. ,AIII! !

4 Carney Ross awe as a reason for his deg CALINI 1 !
' was no way of telling for certain be- / J ; !
feat that he. folt sluggish./ Isn't that the.
cause the wrecks' usually left the in : r' .
' cars 1 rac I
way a slugger should feel I
bad shape. Tests in many states, however, .

have revealed that three out of every four The University of Florida anticipating an outstanding mid-year Commencement February 3-4. Rabbi
The Citizen pays all bills promptly, Morris S. Lazaron (No. 1),of Baltimore will deliver the Commencement Sermon In the University Auditorium
cars registered were defective in some way Sunday Feb. 3. at 11 a. m, and on Monday Feb.4. at 10 a.m.Hon.Frank P.Graves (No.2),President of the I
but it professes an abhorrence to pay an -one-third with improper braking facili- University of the State of New York and State Commissioner of Education, will give the Baccalaureate REFRIGERATORS
submitted bill Address, with Dr. Jno. J. Tigert (No. 3), former U. S. Commissioner of Education, and President of the University
obligation printed by
on a
ties, seven-tenths with inadequate lamps or of Florida,conferring the degrees upon the mid-year graduating class. The public is cordially: invitedto
an out-of-town printing concern. lighting, one-half with tires which were the two exercises at which Rabbi Lazaron and Dr. Graves will speak. .
In the layout can be seen Language Hall where the University of Florida Commencement processions
Made of All Metal-Equipped With
worn too badly, and so on. begin; a view of the line of march last June across the beautiful Florida campus and the main auditorium of
Whenever there is a big fight on in Darkness plays its part in causing ac I the University where the graduation program Sunday and Monday will be held.: i

:'Miami\ Key West business and professionalnen ,- ._ i WATER COOLERS S
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cidents again showing the need for pro- - --- --- -- - --- -- -- ------ ----- -

suddenly think about the business lighting. During the rush traffic A _... from the city. It is safe to ray ........................
that while this i k written there I They're Economical 1 100 Per Cent
'they have been neglecting in the Magic Today's Horoscope
hours of five to nine in the evening nearly KEY WEST IN i
one left of the crew, which Satisfaction
n City. four times as many people have been killedas DAYS GONE BY had just started to perfect plans ...............e.aeee... I Refrigeration

during the four rush morning hours, six I I for operating their criminal practice There is a practical dispositionand
The sounder the mind the m'ore likelyit to ten. There are some surprising facts. Happenings Here Just 10 Years j I in this city when this paper I II i some financial ability, but I at
Ago Today As Taken From pave notice of their presence and I II i there may be unforeseen dangers.
is to direct the actions of the body. A I
Seventy-nine per cent of the accidents occur The Files Of The Citizen tlnir plans. Therefore follow the walks of life t and
crack-pot is never a success. A familiar on straight stretches, eighty-four per I warily, for success will depend on I $30 $35

Latin quotation applies, "mens sana in cent in clear weather and ninety-two per Victor At a regular meeting of the your own exertions. There is danger -I
Elting prominent attorney -
.city council held last night, of an upet in middle life. Do
corpore sano. per- ; EASY TERMS-10 DAYS' FREE TRIAL
cent with drivers who have been operating of Chicago and secretaryof not love for itself.
I misrion was granted the Shriners money
West Indies Fruit Company
the -
their cars one year or longer. to operate the circus in k; ,We'it.!' ...............
accompanied by his wife, arc BENJAMIN LOPEZ .
President Jefferson feared that the I' .
While only one-sixth: of the accidentsoccur Dr.: Jl! I.I. Renedo addressed the -
visitors in West and have
Key I council in behalf of the Shrine FUNERAL HOME j
United States Supreme Court would .
up- on highways, as against streets and spent a number of days fishing I
committee and that the
hold the consolidation of power in Washington intersections one-third of the deaths take They have made some good catches ; stated Established 49 YUrt i Thompson'sReceived Ice Company Inc.I
: circus will be in Key West from Key We.!'. Oldest i .
and have had made
to the detriment of State Rights; today place on these rural stretches, the resultof of the lines of fish photographs to take back I February 16 to 21. 24-H..r Amkalanc SrvlcUcented ,

it is up to the Court whether or not higher speed. Three-fourths of all north and show what is caught in: Embalmer I <
The Duke and Duchess of Sutherland PhoB 13S Nibs; 8 &-W v
to uphold in the hands of the Ex -
power deaths occur outside of cities, caused like there waters. They are the guestsof I
have intention
signified their
ecutive. Wm. Monsalvattre... local representative I - '-'- -
wise by the speed maintained.Just to come to Key West and are
of the
as serious as the high speed are expected to arrive on the afternoon r.l'.4'.lGTI.JfYIGIIIIIIATllbr"I'I.I'111:

Any paper can make hundreds of the practices of those who enter heavily Charles II. Ketchum arrived I I train. During their stay in ,\
the city they: will be guests of Cap-
slips and none or a very few notice the travelled highways without stopping, who yesterday afternoon by plane from I I tain and Mrs. Clark D. Stearns at CARLOAD OF CAREY'S
error, but let The Citizen make Miami called here by the illnessof : Just
just one pass cars on curves or inclines where their the commandant's quarters in the i RUBBEROID ROOFING _
his little Mr. Ketchum
son. was I
naval station.
faux pas and everybody, friend and foe J view is limited, or who do not adjust their in Jacksonville on business when I

calls attention to the mistake. That proves travel to the character of the highway and advised of his son's illness. He I I Mrs. Lillian Connally. of Atlanta 35 t lb Light Weight "Bullseye." 35 lb Light Weight "Surety." Sure ,

The Citizen is not only widely but care- the road situation which they are en- motored to Miami and immediately Ga., who has staged so many Reasonable Price, to make a good rff \

fully read.} countering. Common sense and good judg- a plane upon for arriving the trip there to Key chartered West. I|:|I: cabaret rehearsals in Key for West her, is entertain-completing Per Roll .___..._.._u. $1.50 roof, Per Roll _....: 3)JL) .75 .

ment, properly exercised, would save : ment this year and will be in 45 I lb Medium "Bullseye." 2 Ply, 45 lb Medium Weight\ "Surety."

Last Thursday a former employee of many lives. Far more than the sufficient'I| readiness in a short time. The to go at 2 Ply,

the Key West Electric Co. died in New number of signatures on the petition affair this year will not be a Per Roll .........-_.. tD 2.00 Per Roll .......-...... tD.25
for a bond election for the I cabaret entertainment but will bea
York. HewasLJttchard Washburn Child, BUSINESS ISN'T BOTHERED $2,500,000 to be asked for for the I revue and follies in which some 55 Ib Heavy Weight "Bullseye." 55 lb Heavy Weight "Surety."

former mbmRdtr-'o: Italy and internationally ; a. '.. mainland to Key West roai :and' of the best talent in Key West '3 Ply, 3 Ply -
"J i ''known pfiblicist: boulevard secured in brief i I will ,. ,$2. 50! t, ..; 1l$2" 7 .
1 Thoughonly'fahcars While the country awaits the decision time<< after were the petitions were a cir appear. s Per Roll! ...,."_...... ., ,Per .u.pll .......-H.i.1. ; .. tJ. .

: of:gpll h{**I jwasjmarrie&fpurttim of the United States _Supreme Court culated. As virtually taxpayer Editorial Comment The silver WI'rH StIFFICIENT' j;
every I : ALL ROLLS CONTAIN 36L. F. 3| WIDE ; ''AI ANI Q:
and! thrice di iWJJA' ,
-.v' c ; /Jbua in the gold clause cases. wins jiirifcrest[ there in the city is in favor of cartwheel dollars which are too .
,. ) .. '' ... ,-little i evidence sit that anybody is greatly tbfv project itheavy and big, may give those who I .....: .
The Citizen wclcony?( the ne1rc'l/: all=;, '\ worried. J that securing si a.turesl j I carry them bowlegs frontthe: -:-
would be ea!" It is expected the[weight but of us'will'wel'
a. y. i t many :
agement of the Key West: Over-Sea Sun- Dunn and Bradstreet's, generally accepted petition will be presented at the '! come the opportunity of becoming c 113t1l( of Wall 'B tlfcj eceiieISTRONGEST ) I

day Star and trusts the editor will emulatethe as a reliable authority on business, next meeting of the board of bowlegged., '
county -
policy of this and conduct i
paper the says that nearly every branch of businessis
I The Blind Princess drama will 't OR BACKING
Sunday paper in a decent manner and not attaining a more accelerated pace than a result of the lest story I be given in the auditorium of the

?toop to contemptibleness and scurrility. was set a year ago. Since 1932 the busi- published in 'The Citizen practically -!r Convent tonight. The cast has HARDBOARD 1-8":: THICKNESS,

Such course may avoid the constant appeal ness activity index' has moved from 50.1 t i< every< wiretapper and con.1 j I been selected from the many talented per Sq. Ft. .... ._........................____.___. 8c I
fidencc man who were preparingto f pupils of the institution and
to an "angel" to keep it afloat. to 73.9 and now stands 17.1 ahead of last carry on operations on a large''.the presentation! is expected to be STRUCTO BOARD, 1-4" THICKNESS, SMOOTH ON
year. scale in Key West have gone away : well attended. BOTH SIDES, per Sq. Tt.__.__._.,._____.___..._.___

Sometimes editors of newspapers so- Other great economists insist that . _
--- -- -- "- - DENSBOARD 1-4" THICKNESS, ROUGH,

called get in dutch with their scurrilous- natural forces are no\11 moving to end the CONDENSED STATEMENT OF CONDITION OF per Sq. Ft. .. .
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cu ation!;. For libelling Frank Godwin, a depression and that nothing I
newspaper sports writer, the publisher ofa up-turn from making progress. Of '
Miami weekly I was ordered to pay a fine course, unwise legislation and foolish acts as at the close of business December 31, 1934

of $500 or spend six months in jail. His can thwart it to some extent but, so great Comptroller' Call Kitchen
Utensils of every description
editor was sentenced to $100 with the RESOURCESI.oans SANETTE" WASTE RECEP-
pay are the natural resources of this country,
that house wife should .:
I and Investments .... every
alternative of CO days in prison. The will be . $ 305639.43 TACLE. Works, with foot 1 lever. .
the check temporary. Overdrafts ..._.... .-.. 71.61 have. Yes we have them. All on
article in House, Furnitureand No bending stooping. White, ,
question imputed irregular associations Banking or -
: I Fixtures ,..__.. :33082.33 display I in our household depart r
with promoters of sport shows. DESULTORY DIALOGUE enameled finish, each $4.15
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Bonds of States and Pos .....:: men'
sessioUnitedStates I
: tAt "
O. O. McIntyre, now writing of his this particular time extreme caution I' Other Bonds n..W'and Securities 139,370.68 74204.03 53-PIECE GENUINE IMPORTED ENGLISH DINNER SET !

Florida vacation, i is described by the Key should be taken to avoid colds which may develop ,. Stock of the Federal. Reserve t.: '" SERVICE FOR EIGHT. THREE COLORS TO SELECT I
Bank ___ 6,000.00'Temporary ,
West Citizen as a "calumnist. Before into more serious t'ompJiutions.-Key West Citizen Federal Deposit ? FROM RED, BLUE AND GREEN TRIMMED IN GOLD

Mr. McIntyre sues for libel he should Insurance fund 1,954.01 "

pause to reflect that this editor-such a We didn't suppose you'd ever even heard of United ment StatesCovern Obligations direct -- $1 9. 79 Set

stickler for correct English that he reprimands .cold-P. E. B. in Tampa Tribune.We and fully guar- I

anteed __.__._...832744.73
a poet in the same issue for them< in the
using have read about papers.
Cash and due from Banks 495,168.97LIABILITIES 1327913.70

"rabies" as a two-syllable word-would Nevertheless, an ounce of prevention is still wortha $1,888,235$9 South "flo Contracting & Engineering Co.5d "I

never have written "calumnist" for "Ca- pound of cure.-K. W. Citizen.We : 4

lumniator." Incidentally! if you like high- always supposed Keywesteners bought Capital X .$ 100.000 t Phone.598 'Wtte :* Via Streets I

priced words: that's a dandy descriptionof their prevention by the pint instead of the ounce.P. Surplus and Undivided Profits. -.:...:... ...- 65.0rrr..2 y, "Your"home is worthy of the
Circulation. .; 100,000.00 "I
keyhole columnists never to be con-, E. B. in Tampa Tribune. ..Deposits____ _.. S ". 1.633.228..31
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fused with l\IcIntyre.-Miami Daily News. The "ayes":have it. .-. .,'":It .-.... ,...,..;: .,..,-' ',:., '......-- :;; -tf-< i. .' ,""$1.888,235.53 A ' .'. ', '. '. . "

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SrXOfSISt Brctler Pmcvel ar- demanded Ruhriz, his face iweUlag 1772-Josiah Quincy, Boston PERSONALS FOR SALE
rivtt at .Iw corny of the bandit :and: purpling with emotion.
U Hi to Kukris (wit 03 that worthy I lawyer, I DOCTOR: Thanks for 'the free
congressman mayor andj
the e aJ .teal. front the rk*, -It had taken me a little time to FOR SALE-Three quarter bed.
rides t'-* ./.1'IdnIro", hit latcttftcapais. set to my feet because I had been president of Harvard perhaps the I' advj e.ever realized my digestion two mattresses, desk, refrigerator -

'_ .follower ratcucl to fared abandon Iwo ofYat.o odrl I nIT deep in a prayer. I came shout- most illustrious of a noted family,I needed Double Mint so candy machine, bedroom
to the death and theta tills Ing at them. But they struck down much. Mrs. H. fel4-ltx suite. Apply 1020 Southard
ilatct that A. hat hot made his born in Boston. Died at Quincy,!i
long nutty journey for pleaiure I the holy bishop. I took a pair ot street feb2-2t
his land and 1 Mass, July 1, 1864. WANTED
.Mateo drivti out pre- the soldiers and knocked their '

Chapter Three I "San Juan of Capistrano! If only 1 1790-John Bachman, Charleston WANTED TO RENT-An outs sheets, 75e. The Artman Press.
I had been there to see and help!" i board motor boat by the week, aug7
"The two soldiers fell down. I : rate and kind. Advise Box L,
THEY faced one another across knocked over another, but I trippedon 1 J a noted naturalist of his day, bornin care of Citizen. feb -3tx MISCELLANEOUSCASH

long table. him and he stabbed at me and I Duchess Co., N. Y. Died at I

"Tell me about your tumble. put the point of his knife In my PAID for used furniture.
: FIRST CAME OF SCHEDULED POSTPONED CONTEST WILL Charleston Feb. 2-1. 1871.o WANTED chance: to bid on
first; suggested nub r I z. "Well, cheek. As I was getting up a gun 1013 Southard street.
next order.' The
even 4.th ?mountain: sheep break exploded; I felt that blow on my I: TWIN BILL FORFEITED BE PLAYED TOMORROW jan17-lmoxi.
their nVclcs now and again. If some- head as the bullet struck; and an SEMI-FINAL BETWEEN PELICAN i iI 1792--James G. Birney, the Artman Press aur7 I

thing bit you near the eye. thank other man hit me over the eye with I BY BUCCANEERS NIGHT Southern lawyer who devoted his '.
your God that you are not blinded. the butt of a gun. 1 tried to keep my AND ZARATE; OTHER I I entire life to the cause of anti- MALE HELP WANTED

"The gun butt hit the bone over wits but they flew away into dark I I -- slavery, born at Danville K)'.
my eye; that was all" said the friar. ness like a flock of crows and I ]I Only one game was played in 1 Tonight at the Bayview Park Died at Perth Amboy, N. J., Nov. MAN-For Coffee Route paying TYPEWRITINGPAPER
to $60.00 week.
fell face. up a
on my
"Gun buttr said Rubrlz. suddenly ARRANGEDBy 25, 1857.
the baseball league yesterday diamondball field Adams Dairy bile given producer. Automo-I
scowling. Then he pointed. "Gun -
", f AY they rot with a blight! Til afternoon.The outfit will play the Busy Bees. bert Mills, 7057 ,
eh? what hit the
butt And > other
side of your face?" iMput them on their faces! If Idon't I I first game of the scheduled The game will start promptly at 1802-Mark Hopkins noted I Cincinnati O. b4-ltx
( OSCAR PITA) president of Williams College, .
cut off their eyelids and stake
The point of a knife," answered doubleheader was forfeited by 7:45 o'clock.The .
Bobby Waugh, the battling fish- LOST
them out in the sun. my name Is Mass., for more than a third of a
Brother Pascual. "But It was nothing not-" erman from down south beach: the Pirates to the Sluggers. At bateries for this contest J century, born at Stockbridge 75c

"Mateo.be still.The bishop called way, wound up his training session 1:30 o'clock the umpire called will be Clarence (Cigarette Willie :Mass. Died June 17, 1887. LOST-Gold Wrist Watch. 'with
The bandit began to steal around for me the next day-this morning.He yesterday afternoon and is gold bracelet attached. Initialsin
the table "Play ball" and only six Buccaneers ) Gates and Manolo Acevedo
as though he hoped to surprise !
said to me: 'If I complain of fit as a fiddle for whatever Young back of watch. Reward. Casa
for the Bees and Ward and C. Broderick the of 500 Sheets
news In the very mind of his were present and the umpire Busy I 1820-David I Package
the stealing, then all the hawks will Fernandez his has to Marina. feb2-3tx
opponent for
big friend. Gabriel (Rubberman) Garcia New York Tammany politician l!
gather; the jewels will be scattered intonight's forfeited the game 9 to 0 in i
offer in the of punching
"And your head? The bandage way the Milkmen. who went to California in pioneer I I
through the land. It is better to the LOST-Special Police Badge. GOOD QUALITY BOND
card. favor of Sluggers.
there? he demanded. fight Tomorrow night the Lopez Funeral days and there became the lead-
carry word about this to Mateo Ru J Finder return to Police Department
"That Is not very bad,either. The brit because. he will not allow?this Thu little fighting seaman, who In the only game played the Home and the Adams Dairy ing Democratic leader: of his day. , City Hell] ,and receive PAPER

bullet glanced" ; I 'hare a hard., thins to be.", ;y i has fought many,a great battle on I La Tropicals: defeated the Ace-1 tens will play off a game that was born in Washington. D. C. Died,! reward. feb4.2t

ekuf-- "Did he say that?",exclaimedRu-. the sea against monster fish, will vedo Stars by the close score of i rained out the first night the in duel with Chief Justice. Terry.. ,J I
a: "Tbo butt of.A: tun-a .knife-a brlz;'leaping to hfsfeet..."Xo 'won enter the,ring confident that he l league began play. I Sept. 16, 1859. BICYCLESWE I II I
Acevedo the
6 to 5. F.
der he's a bishop. But what does will put Fernandez, ,to deep in a Ii was Hereafter all games postponed --- ARTMiNEPRESS

,I 1Iflt4Q'l'' h, want me to do? I shall go}; to short,f irae.- .,. .. at bat with a home run, a I will be played off on Tuesday 1842-George JBraades, Danish I RENT by the Hour, :Day or

Durayaand cut the throat of the Young'Fernandez took light ex-'I double! and two singles in five J i night, it is stated. writer, born. Died Feb. 19, 1927.' ,r Week. Repair all; makes and', "

.general the $first tjme haavea Jhe .ercises yesterday and>shadow boxed tries. 1 ' :; I "paint'them with Nu-EnameL l We.I
fort l3t night;k! 1 1t I' Norris letters from 34 1869-William ''D. -Haywood., 1 full of Citizen Bldg.PHONE .
S SbV ?for"a round and called it a I In the field Peter Castro and i I gets I tarry a supply parts.,
day's work after two minutes of. states on unicameral plan. the American labor agitator who Agent for the Rollfast Bicycles
John Navarro were the
rope skipping. escaped to Soviet Russia, morn in I and sell them as low as $1.00 51
Peter pulled one in during the I
Both men are in tip-top !shape I seventh inning when running aftera Roosevelt survey shows power Salt Lake City, Utah. Died in per week. J. L. Stowers Music! I.

and should give the fans a lot of foul fly, bumping into Arturo bonds highest!' in years. I Russia! May 18, 1928. 4 a I. Company. janlS-lmo

action. Fernandez is going out to
. I Baeza and A. Hernandez, causingall -. --
make bonny take back everything three players to fall over the
I timbers. j
and the little Waugh fellow is
.uWk' Score by innings:
Fernandez the
gonna try to teach
R. H. E.I
proper way to brag.
The south beach lad didn't like I Stars .... 200 001 1Q1-5 9 3 l,
s : Tropicals 210 110 lOx-6 12 2
the way Cuso went around expressing !
I himself the day after he Batteries: Martinez, Sevilla and; FIRMS

) sK % went down in defeat under the : M. Acevedo; H. Wickers and Joe'l|
I Navarro. j JI
I heavy punching of the former I
truck driver. This is going to be I Summary: Home runs: F. Ace-' ,

J t j! vedo, Martinez; two base hits: II
and fans
a hot contest are predicting -

I side. a quick knockout on either. .I.! stolen Rueda.bases A. Acevedo: A. Acevedo, F. Acevedo, Castro;,'.? ,1? Who Offer Their Customers Service and Satisfaction S

,; The semi-wind-up between Kid Rueda. C. Garcia; hits: off Mar-

Pelican and Joe Zarate will rival tinez 10 in 6 innings; time of ....e...........................................rr.. .............................................
IJ J \ ,. I the main go in action. Zarate and I game: 2:00; umpires: Gonzalezand .

Pelican both are great punchers Aguilar. PLANTS, FLOWERS, : DELICIOUS i HEADQUARTERS FOR i SWEET CLOVER

I and picking a winner is a difficult I I VINES CAKES tall, )PASTRIES 1S
1 problem' a3 it is a matter as' to ARRANGING FOR I II : .: CONDENSED' MILK
which of the two l land the first : SOUVENIRS .

"LccX: at ms, Paseual.' and tell me I telling blow. Zarate holds the I Cocoanut Plants, each 15 '. ASK FOR IT AT YOUR

am right. II \,. .....flo.j only knockout victory ever recorded I BILLIARD GAMES :..: Hibiscus Plants, each 10c-25e o t J: Fishing Tackle, Kodaks NEIGHBORHOOD STORE

against Pelican and chances I Bougainvillea, Red or Puro and Films
bullet Splendor of God! what fools .. Same and I
are the fish gobbler may fight 1 I t pie ._._.... ... .. SOC to $1.00Poinsettia , .quau y weight u .
t have forgotten that you are the -414 r ... with a little more precaution tonight tI Diamonds, 'Watches and : .other higher priced condensed O
friend of Mateo Rubrlz?" !!I I Arrangements are now being Plants, SOe to $1.09.. '* milk. %
That would leave the emerald ; to avoid a repetition. The ?[made for the new billiard tourna-. Jewelry
"The governor of Daraya and his 1 Crotons, each ._ 25e J .
in favor of the Zarate
crown still safely inside the fort, odds are I ment to be started on Thursday Watch and JewelryDISTRIBUTED BY- t
mitts with : Turks Cap, each 25c .
Mateo""Hail lad who can handle his night, with twelve entries having 1

-General Ignacio Estrada Where That Is true! But. Pascual. much more speed than the bicycling already been recorded. ,Roses, dozen, __ $1.20 J Our Ready-to-Serre Cakes RepairingFRANK : TRUJILLO BROTHERS

did he dare to beat your the bishop doesn't think that I can Pelican. Many others are expected ,to .and Pastries are always fresh I *
"In the Church of Our Lady of fly like a bird or dig like a mole to A new system has been arranged enter between and I : JOHNSON : WHOLESALE GROCERY *
now South Florida
Gu d lupe. i & Peacock JPbono .
get into the fort and then stand in- at the entrance to the high it stated. Maloney
"The governor beats you In visible inside it till I've found the school gym where the bouts! will is 697 Catherine St. J PHONE 815 I Colonial Hotel BIdg, : Division 'and Thomas Street
the church! Am I going mad? What JjO
emeralds and taken them Does bethink be staged so that customers: can working out with John daily.-Last .....................
were you doing?" that?" be handled more rapidly. There Friday, the elder Nebo poundedhis ......................eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeoeeeeSELECT ............ .............
"Fighting a little Mateo to keep SEA FOODS : : :
The friar sighed. lie looked downat ,
will also be dozen or more ushers brother so fat and
a younger HAPPY"DAYS ARE
the governor and the rest of the PLUM BIN G
his hands ana
own great :
hand that those who hard during workout that the : [ :
masked men from stealing the emerald silent. on so Jew ilL, 2 Iks. _, .3Se INSURANCE .
be shownto went down and out before
have reserved seats youngster -
crown of Our Lady. "But that is what he wishes!" may Yellowtail Steak. 2 Ibs. 35c':' :
A crowdis he knew what it all 1.
large was
the right place.
"How was he known, it his face muttered Rubrlz. He turned pale. .
vas masked: "N'o single man In this world could expected to be present as there about. Yellowtail OB Bone 2 1U. 25eGrouper. ,: Office 319 Duval Street ;

"The holy bishop recognized the do the thing!" be cried. "Look at has been many calls for ringsideseats Pete has made up his mind to 2 Ibs. ___ __ 25* : DURO PUMPS : I.: S

vcice of the principal( robber." me. Pascual. and tell me that I am since it was made public that make a fighter of Johnny and Snapper. 2 1U 25e : PLUMBING SUPPLIESPHONE.3481 -

T.ijhop; Emilteno: ?" right!" Pete Nebo known throughout the' will do so until the ambitious pro Mutton Fish, 2 II>>.. 25e oo :. TELEPHONE NO. 1 ,J

"Yes." "You have many men," said fighting world, will be in an exhibition moter loses all his fear of getting

Brother Pascual,softly, as though four-rounder against his cracked on the face and nose. To- Large Select Oyster : f ; ,:

"AH." crr64a \t brlz. -that little' )he wished that his fiords mighr'become I' younger brother, John. night's exhibit>n between these '1 FRESH SHRIMP IKingfisb \ : -11ft----: i IPORTERALLEN Try :Tow MaaU.:At, M; ;
* nian niaj? baits thin as a knife, part of the1 0 the-man's Pete has been in constant train- brothers is going to be rather _
lr 41 but he can: cut.as .deep.' lie "novs bought\ ng since he arrive<\ and has been I lively. ,I "Mackerel ..' : : ':,a'!sl toRfllatrr.fS::
m!; does he4iot?" "!"h' 've'men! But for such work t JOHNC.PARK" I
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The friar smiled a little. numbers ere a loss, not an advan - - ---

i J3ut.thts.Eatrada-whatdo: you Use Oh.Pascuautwo men together, 1 1f 1s LOWE FISH COMPANY :; ,: COMPANY Tl*. ci., ... Dianna.... ."._-
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"God rest his soul' !" echoed the "There Is one other, but he could Reputation is Wrapped AARON McCONNELL : :
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friar devoutly. "But General Es- not come. '
in package 536 Fleming S.
trada came into the church. The "Could money buy him?" Tery 2o: :To see the PRETTY .GIFTS
monks The "He is rich." .
poor ran away. holy NOVELTIES "
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bishop recognized: the voice of the "For the sake of Our Lady?" of I We are now offering 3

general and called out his name; "lie is a gringo dog. cried Ru- j TL 1 THOMPSON'S FlEE : grades of
and Estrada desired to leavo no witness brlz. pacing the floor, "and Our \ Watch

behind him. lie struck Bishop Lady means nothing to him. Besides .. PRINTING Doctor: MARINE MUSEUM :
Emiliano to the floor." if he were to try to ride south ra t AMERICAN COFFEE

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Joe Ilesson came down yesterday Mrs. Guilreymo Russell left yes- MONROE THEATER
from Miami for a short visit terday afternoon for a visit with ] '4 i .
Nina de Lisa Leslie, Editress s tF Maurice Chevalier and Jeanette
with friends.
relatives in Miami.
To quickly relieve the itching and McDonald( in
'PHONE 752-J F \ e I IS
burning and help nature restore
...............................................C* Nestor Hernandez returned yes- Erl Roman, editor of Rod and I II skin comfort, freely apply j jResinolii THE MERRY WIDOW
terday from a short business visit Reel in the Miami Herald, who M.tineei Balcony, lOc; Orclic*

Models Participating Resort in Miami. was in Key West for a few days 9 T l tra. 15-20c; Night 152ScSTEAMSHIP .

and guest on a fishing party with

Fashion Show Honored At Ball Stephen Cochran Singleton, Ernest Hemingway, left Saturdayfor at t RPt --. -- - -
well known writer and authority Miami. e -

on botany, arrived yesterday from
Manager Peter Schutt tendereda liam II. Malone, Lieutenant and i :Miami for a short visit with 'his :Mrs. Rudolph Wahl left yester- Co. 1

ball on Saturday evening honoring Mrs. Robert Kruegar, Lieutenant many friends in ,Key West day afternoon for a short visit P & 0
and Mrs. W. T. Bainbridge, Mr. UNITED STATES FAST
with Wilmer in Miami. i
members of the Advisory her son, ,
Board and models participating in, and Mrs. Julian Langner, Mr. and I Paul Mesa, Jr., who was. in I MAIL ROUTES FOR I

the very successful and outstand-, Mrs. Sebastian Cabrera, Dr. and I I charge; of securing hotel facilitiesfor i Mrs. Lucy Peak left Saturday PORT TAMPA-IIAVANA-WEST INDIES
Dr and
Mrs. F. Glass,
ing Resort Fashion Show held last the Key West High School afternoon for a visit in Miami Effective April 27, 1933
Sunday. i Mrs. E. R. Brown, :Mr. and Mrs. unit on their tour of the east with her son, TonI Murray. .h"I; 4.t, Leave Key Wed for Havana Tuesdays and Fridays, 12:20P.
Edwin Thanhauser, Mr and Mrs. coast, returned __4E .
The ball was a gay and enjoy- Saturday. a M.Leave
Peter Schutt, Mr. and :Mrs. Mel- Havana for Key West Wednesday. and Saturdays
able one, with the ladies gracefuland j vin E. Russell, Mrs. W. H. Pratt, Clayton Kirtland arrived Frow Russell left yesterday aft- E' 2a 9:00 A. Dl.Leave\ .
lovely in their evening dresses Mrs. L. P. Schutt, Misses Alce for yesterday -' ernoon for Lower Matecumbe : Key West for Port Tampa Wednesdays and. Satur-
and the gentlemen in sports at- a short stay with i 6:30 P. M.
Curry, Norma Yates, Mary Elea- friends, returning in the'after where he is employed in the en-
tire dancing to a splendidly ar' nor Boyd, Elizabeth Atchison: gineers office. Ticket, Reservations and I Information at Ticket Office on tl.
noon to Miami.
ranged musical under the Dock 'Phone 71
program Clara Yates, Nell Rose Knight, I
and J. II. COST ' I
direction of Richard Principle .R. leaL Ii
his orchestra. | Dorothy Cleare, Natalie Minnick, :Mrs. Raymond Kennedy, who Paul Richardson, who was on a i
Mary Falk. short visit to his family, left yes- .
Miss Alberta Elwood and Gerald was spending week-end in Miami \ - -..
Messrs. Hankinson. Oliver with her brother-in-law and I terday for Long Key where he isemployed
Finder entertained with a beautifully Leroy 3 s .....
I ... ....
on Viaduct work. "'=
executed modern ballroom I Armayor, Alfredo di Girogio rister Mr. and Mrs. Emit Phillips, I --ii- J .,

dance, a feature much enjoyed by' Crimi, Leo B. Warren, Joseph returned yesterday.Ross Y t lr e
Alexander H. Emil Mrs. Susan Loboda, who was T1e
the guests. I Lopez, Ray ,
Julio Lacedonia, War Roberts, manager of the spending. a few weeks with friends,
Among those attending the af-!; Phaneuf, I
Unkrick. Miami branch of a large packing left yesterday for her home in Mi- 1 C,
fair were Mayor and Mrs. Wil ren Hill and :Mr. I rip

__n company, arrived yesterday for a ami. ,
--- -'- - -- -- brief visit with relatives.

". LL vijflf; :._ /it 'l"t Mrs. Mamie Acherson. who 1 tllr
Entertains "
I Miss Dorothy Albitry Harry Beaver was an arrival' came to Key West to attend the

yesterday: for a visit with the funeral of Mrs. Dora Acherson,
f. .With Enjoyable J ; ; family. VI J>> b VrVf : left yesterday for Miami j tt.

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'Miss Dorothy Albury,> daughter j Agnes"Kelly, Annie CfuioetJen- ilhtnRo: !; ayfYOIf and con1.IJWo -; 'Burrell Acherson left yesterday :, s.e* $

aJf'Mr.' and 'Mrs. Hilary Albury, :nie Iolme, ,Celina .Benthanc.our.tpj ; iWI it) Of magazines -, for; avernier for a short business
j Mary Louise' Albury, Roberta and Phases, who visit. .
entertained a number of young : Buckley, Virgie Key, Madge acre spending a vacation of sev-, I Peggy Sarg and her sister Carol, of Harrington Park, N. J.

friends at her home on Friday eve- Sands, Margaret Dexter, Dorothy eral weeks at Kingston. Jamaica, : Claude Albury, head of the immigration seasonal visitor in Key West.

ning celebrating her thirteenth Nottage, Doriana Williams, returned Saturday on the Steam-!, bureau in Key West, f .--.. I
Dorothy Mae Dungan, Ruth Os- ship Cuba from Havana and will i left yesterday for Miami wherehe
birthday.There was dancing and games,I terhoudt, Ramona Lopez, Margaret remain for the rest of the winter. will attend a hearing of mat- Capt. Canova Badly Japan asserts U. S. plans aggression !Fine
in the Far East. TackleMade
with exhibition dances given by' Taylor, Shirley Faye Rus- ters pertaining to his office. Injured In ExplosionOn j Fishing
Mr.\ and Mrs.\ Ivan Park left
Hisses\ Mary Louise Albury, Roberta sell, Rose Mary Albury, Frances Mary Pickford wins divorce atj!
Buckley and Antonio Betan- Ellsworth. Saturday afternoon to spend the Miss Marie Haskins. school Vessel YesterdayContinued Los Angeles in 3 minutesllltiarttll .

court, and several piano selectionsby Messrs. Ulric Gwynn. Jr., week-end with relatives in Miami. teacher at Tavernier, left yesterday ByPflueger -

Miss! Madge Sands and Mr. George Summers, Roland Roberts, afternoon after a visit at ( from Page One) / I
Betancourt.In George Solomon, Antonio Betan Mr.\ and Mrs. Charles Hoge- homo over the week-end. explosion and went at once to the I I Vom Hofe and d South Bend
boom left over the highway yes- SPENDYOUR '
the number game, the girl'sprize court, Arsenio Betancourt, Orvis scene; taking all the party off and ,
Miss Ramona I Kemp, Earl Garlotte. Charles terday morning enroute to Pen- Mrs Robert Kerr, daughter,
was won carrying them to the yacht. The FOR EVERY SPECIES OF GAME FISH
Lopez) and the boys by Ralph j I Stirrup, Ralph Thompson, Julian sacola! Mr. Hogeboom having been Mrs. Ivan Roberts and Mr. Rob-
called there owing to the illnessof left afternoon fora Vender sank shortly after the #
Thompson. I Lucignani, Jay Stricker, Sidney erts, yesterday VACATlDN1 1 See Our Complete LaneThompson's
Among those present were the Mathews Joseph Huau, Jr., James his mother.A. stay in Miami. plane arrived.

Misses Billie Camero Geraldine I Moore, Jr., and Hilary Albury, Members of the rescue party = THIS YEAR IN : I
II. Schwartz, of New York,
Knowles, Phyllis Adams, Mary Jr. Misses Alberta Elwood, Car- were. J. A. Nelker. A. T. Keith R.
and party of six, arrived yester- melina Alfonso, Marjorie Frow, i Hardware StoreCAROLINE
---. -.- .---- day from a fishing cruise to the I and Leodawn Jerguson, cheer Skipper, John Seurft, E. L. Flood FLORIDAor9our

Marquesas! and will remain for leaders for the High School bas- and John Kemp.
HostessAt Woman's Club To
Mrs. Menner STREEET
about one week. ketball team which played at The tender Tortugas had been ..

Buffet Sapper Conduct MeetingThere points on the east coast last week, recently purchased by Mr. Jones I
Mr. and Mrs. Norberg Thompson. returned Saturday. it was learned later. It was 41 /II/I"IIII\\\\

Mrs. Robert T. Menner en- will be a meeting of theWoman's K. 0. Thompson and Wes feet long with twin 250 ,horsepower i : -
Archer, left Saturday in :Mr. engines and capable
tertained last night at another of Club of Key West tomorrow Ormond de Leon arrived yes- was I 11'-----
I Thompson's yacht, Marietta, fora pf a speed: of 22 knots. Captain
her delightful Sunday evening infOrmal afternoon at the Woman's terday for a short visit and returned ''
cruise far Marco, Fla. Canova came to Key West last'
as as
buffet supppers at her Clubhouse on Division street. in the afternoon to Mi r itoodwinkeaby
week from Miami in the tender, I
apartments on Dnval street. The business meeting will take ami. be
Mr. and :Mrs. Douglas Wilson bringing his wife and little daughter 't
The occasion, distinguished as place at 3 o'clock, and the open I
arrived yesterday for a short visit -, Betty Ann. from Miami wherethey
always and characterized by Mrs. meeting begins at 4, at which I
with members of the family; Alton Albertus left yesterday I were visiting. !I 'D01l
Menner's habitual good taste and time address on Civic Duties ACCEPTING IMITATIONS
an and returned to Miami in the aft- afternoon for Miami after a.$hort Late yesterday evening the Buccaneer '
charm, was much enjoyed by her will be given by the Rev. J. C. visit with his parents, Mr. and with Mr. Jones and party
Gekeler and several musical numbers ernoon. To get the original Davie 100% Pure Paint
guests. Mrs. Eduardo Albertus. arrived in port from Tortugas. I I I = Be sure to MADE IN BALTIMORE.
Those present included Major will be sung by Mrs. Paul I MDT fay!
General and Mrs.\ Campbell Vecker. Mr. and Mrs. D. Schuldt arriv- look forthis Davis 100% Pure Paint ha often been .MADETHEERDAVIS
ed yesterday from Chicago for John Spottswood, student at ,. imitate but : :
.one PAIR never duplicated. ... : : .
Colonel and Mrs. Brinton, The will be quite
open meeting I millions to Label aaboucF
King'l their annual visit with friends. the military academy at Gainesville Helping I' Davie 100% Pure Paint conform with
and Mrs. Olin, Major and Mr informal and social and the Wo : I
Fla., who was visiting briefly all pure paint Laws and i* the only paint -
W. Rhein. Mrs. Graham 11.1 man's Club has invited any in- Maxwell Perkins, publisher of with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. END (:OLDSSOONER I I p that camel a guarantee of purity _._..:..
lira. Robinson, Mrs. Frederick terested members of the winter Scribner's Magazine and 1\Irs.1 Robert Spottswood, and other P NT w. +

Lee, Miss Hermione Fitch, Major colony and visitors to be present. Perkins, who were in Key West as :I relatives left yesterday to resume I Cook for this Guarantee on the Label* ::
General: C. Hale and Mr.
Harry !
guests of Ernest Hemingway, left his studies. !I w.have coniMctnn with any ocher Paini Manufacturer: nuu u-ulr tooura.
Frederick: Lee. Give Supper On Saturday afternoon for New York. I I AU our productt are a>ads by o> in 8oIti_. and ...... throufh OcUr ooly"

Mrs. Nellie Futrell and son, co.GttJJliWrl 1899 BALTIMOREMtt' \
Saturday NightMr. I I
Miss Af. Roberts To Mrs. Wales Benham was an arrival Donald, who were spending sev-

Wed Joe JaycocksThe \ and Mrs. G. W. Owen en- yesterday from Norfolk, Va., eral weeks with Mrs. Futrell's I I G. C. ROBERTS Corner Caroline zni \William Streets
called here by the death of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Roberts I
tertained at an informal buffet! mother, Mrs. Mary Eliza Ma- II'I left yesterday for the homein I
marriage of Joe F. Jay- ,supper _and cards on SaturdayFvenjng'at loney. Tampa. -

cocks, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clements }piejr,home on Caroline, ., . . I
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Jaycocks, and Miss Mary street i-i'i _-t.. tH"I',, h" ., ',n '--""" I i. _
liou'tee! Roberts, daughter of Mr'\ : Thjs. occasion ,much enjoyedbythose I f1r -- "".:u.i- <,
and!!:Mrs Victor H. Roberts will present included the follow GOOD:PICTURE' SPECIAL SERMONS I PANOPTIK BIFOCALSNo I -

be solemnized 8 o'clock Thursday ing guests; Major and'Mrw.W.W.. l

evening Flemjn-r-S \rfft t'bvrc -CopsuMJepyal andI\ ." ATMPALACE AT LOCAL CHURCHSpecial stumbling! No jumps! Offir -MosfSens onal Offer I II

Rev. ShUtV Pe*le Rill 1 olriclUe",iThe c-arrt.6t 'Jk\I\ ,!lrb ll ,.M.IV'lhv f ., "WI. -. >. The,correct positioning of' .its ,

-, followip ,ryonipg. the_nq"i" InpRl l- Qn er,}Irs. V. Hunt: u. optical center makes Panoptik I ,. .j \ ,- ..- .
ly weds will tJea\. over the highway n rris. Ie. ,t>avlli'slatee. Mrs. an" easy bifocal for patients to ">. .4 '$ v.t' "!: ., J .
for Miami where they will Joseph S ourds and Miss Helen "THE MIGHTY BARNUM" HAS addresses are being given "get used to.' Jump of imageas 1 I .... '. I F& . ..AI .

spend. their honeymoon. Holt. I each night this week by Mr. vision passes from the distance I :
EVERYTHING THAT MAKES portion into the segmentis
Stebbins at the Bible Truth Hall,
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FOR GOOD SHOWING eliminated. Sidewalks curbs
.i....................... 1127 Southard street. and steps appear in their true
PEOPLE'S FORUM ,PUBLIC SERVICE Sermons this week are on the and normal positions. oer 40

........................ "The Mighty Barnum," which Book of Romans, which is considered DR. J. A. VALDES
FORMER KEY WEST AT LOCAL CHURCH Darryl F. Zanuek's 20th Century the most wonderful of the .-Wks Y: -f

PEARL GROWER WRITES Pictures brought to the Palace I Epistles of St. Paul, it is stated. Orthogon Soft-Lite Licensee
1 1I
Theater last night, has everythingthat 532 DuTal Street

Editor, The Citizen: SALVATION ARMY OFFICERTO any picturegoer could want Ten film companies indicted
-and gobs of it. I under trust law at St. Louis.
I think it would be bright
Wallace Berry offers a superb I
idea for to send The Citizento
you characterization the world's
; as
WEST TOMORROW Subscribe to The Citizen.
us for a short time so we can I greatest showman in this colorful,
see what is happening in our old comedy-filled story by Gene I up of the museum by an enraged

home town. Find change enclosed -I Commissioner Bruno Friedrich, Fowler and Bess Meredyth. I crowd of patrons when the bearded and TOMORROW

to cover. of the Salvation Army, will arrivein Adolphe Menjou\ gives the ,best II lady shows masculine characteristics I This Waldorf Range Installed Free
Key West tomorrow and conduct performance of his career astMr. ; the burning of the museum i
Key West is the nicest townin
I i a public service in Fleming B. Walsh his tippling manager: I ; the triumphant debut of
the state in which to live, we i Street Methodist church 7:30 and Virginia Bruce is enchantingas Jenny Lind and the fiasco which

hope you are having your share !,r o'clock. lie will be introduced by Jenny Lind, the lovely Swedish I Barnum's absurd social blunders I You do not need to guess at the cost of cooking elect .
of prosperity this winter. :! Rev. Shuler Peele.CommiSMoner Nightingale, whom Barnum, in a;, I make of the magnificent dinner.he \ S
My work u coming along fine i I Friedrich is a moment of sublime respite,.from r gives her, are highlights of thq txsut tz rrooucttQ"ie trically. You do not need to take.any one' word for it. You '. r ,

and the Institution is now build- : visitor of note, versed in international his midgets, fat ladies, Word;I I picture, which ends with Barnum r.At' r can find out definitely for yourself without buying a range o'r *f (:.
ing for use. a specially constructed swallowers and the rest of hU Walsh .)
my \ and Mr. Bailey parading
affairs. He has seen service I making a penny's investment. We will let this _
use range
you _
private aquarium with with the Salvation Army in India freaks introduced to a breathless. '.p> oudly, down the street in frontof ,
lots of rooms and all modern con 'I China. Czechoslovakia, Aus- America.The Jumbo, the world's largest NUMI in your own kitchen for three months without any obligation

veniences.As I tria and Hungary His last command film which Walter Lang II elephant, heralding the inceptionof I whatever
I have to often sajd, fine > was in Germany expertly directed for release Barnum and Bailey, .the Greatest I %

round and egg-shape pearls of I I The public is invited to hear theI through United Artists, begins I Show on Earth.

good size and quality can be grownat I discourse of this distinguished just a century ago in 1835. when r Y er N See us for complete details
Key West in about the same !visitor. Barnum left his failing Bowery I"

way that I am growing pearls grocery, rented a livery stable and regarding this plan.
here. Amateur work lead : the showman exhibitingsuch
can subject in an early issue of became a .
only to disappointment as it is absolutely -[ Popular Science Magazine. acquisitions as a two-headed

necessary to have certain \Well good luck to you and Key calf, a couple of reptile mon- brnS 2O

knowledge possessed only by pearl'I \\ est-We brag for you wheneverwe strosities and an aged negress I earns> THE KEY WEST ELECTRIC COMPANY
dealers plus knowledge of pearl have a chance. named Joice Heth. hailed as 160 j y/G' .. I

growth and also' proper growing LA PLACE BOSTWICK. years old and, the nurse of the
conditions. Besides these things I University of California, fant George Washnigton.The in-I You OWl! fount'a Mttoriz Iedteerhlfy MATINEE: 10-15c A. F. AYALA. Sales Mangert

there must be protection. There' La Jolla, Calif., expose of this exhibit rcf... yow"mj a the spot NIGHT: 15-25c

will be an illustrated article on Ian. 26, 1935. __ ...:" hoax and the subsequent breaking I t I if you vt .ot relieved by C, issIsio*. I IIIIIIIIII.I: