The Key West citizen
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 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 11, 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: UF00048666:00427
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Associated Press Day Wire i7f- : 0-- Key West Florida has the
I Service. ..! .: b"e lep W'esct (Citizen most equable weather in the

For 55 Years Devoted to the '"' -:"' country; >mh an average

Best Interests of Key West range of only Fahrenheit



I In ;\Control Fight t .

Improvements: At\: Fort Taylor .


J. Gill, of Fort Dodge Iowa, Miss Alice Drake, who was ;

Less Active In Many i guest at the Colonial Hotel whois spending a vacation in Key West ONE HUNDRED TO I SENDING FISHCATCHES For Construction Of

LOCALJISffORS I -- devoting his time to fishing and
for the winter left'

Activities I Key West will be dressed in festive having photographing three baby undersea sharks life mounted isI I Saturday early afternoon for season New York I ARRWEFRIDAY HOME Training Camp And Tar-

GRAND MONARCH OF INTER. array beginning Thursday for I by Cecil Gray taxidermist.The with a short stay in Miami.
its celebration of "La Semana get Range
i sharks born the
I were on Miss Drake made a number of
i Alegre, starts Tuesday
(thlrf .f Barraa. The Au_Ute4 night Feb. 19 with the I II dock a few minutes after the friends during her stay some ofwhom VISITORS WILL ARRIVE ON I SEVERAL HUNDRED POUNDS
Pr.....WMhUxUa I COUNCIL: PARTY I open-air I mother was caught by Mr. Gill it j
I presentation of Gilbert and Sulli i were at the station to wish nr PAUL SlAYSpecial '
From surface Indication at is said and he decided to have
GUESTS AT CASA MARINA van's "Pirates of Penzance." I them mounted to take with him her a pleasant trip and a return ; :I UaohlBcl. .* Crr..p..d>..

leatt it appears that the politicians George B. Massey of the dec.; when he returns home.TODAYS. vacation next season. HEADS COMMITTEE ON AR.!I BY PARTY ENJOYING ANGLING C The ClllMB

orating firm of Massey and Baker -, WASHINGTON D. C,
have been ',eUiD, the best i
of Miami was in Key West to.
Among the visitors of note in I Feb. 11.-General Douglas
ef it In their rivalry, with the Key West yesterday was Miles S. day conferring with M. E. Gilfond ,
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of Los Angeles Calif., acting, administrator' of the KeyVest : I I McArthur, chief of staff of
.braiB-trti.tert at Washington. Gregory, \ r ; ,)WEATHERnight: .1 Approximately' 150'' "Our friends in Jeffersonvillethis
J. [ prominent
grand monarch of the International A.dministratJon.. Gerry. I : the army, has included in his
Curtis''assistant acting adminis.' winte residenta .0t'"Miami week are going: "eat fish
The college professor and the! Grotto; Supreme'Codncil'of the . I.. ; comprising , ; I
Mystic Order of Veiled' Prophetsof trator: tRays Curry of there rea.1- .- .- ,:! the Committee 'of' ,One, which we:caught i in'Key'West. We i proposal for modernizationand
young' liberal lawyer not only the Enchanted Realm. tionudepartment\ and Adrian 'J.Pornbush Temperatst.". and:''probably1' over 'ee'ntral! r are sending them practically all of i iI extension of the army, a

those ','general director:"of thePiralesrof Highest-... .__._.__80 and:north'pdrtIon ,Tuesday'tilornShowjr : ;: Hundred Mre, will ,bQ guests"'inKey I the several hundreds pounds we'

are becoming .c.rcer. but Mr.Mrs.Gregory""was Gregory'and accompaniedby a of 'Penzance.", Lowest .. .., '--_......._,__._ _69 Wesf'tiext" Friday. A specially -I caught this aftErnoon?' proposal to spend $41,429on

less vocal iapublic. group All,'the theatrical'stage'lightingeffect _____ ( ::chartered train :is" bringing'thC'group'to'th Thus spoke John'-M cjlibstcnbcrg. '
remaining are far. 15 mem1> t'bf Gazna Grotto of. Mean> --"+_.._ -7 I ",, construction work at the
'forfthe are to be chief of po1iee,' of Jeffer-
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Normal Mean ; 1 Island Qty WiU :
Miami who spent the\ day in Kef '
Key West Barracks it
,furnished by the Miami firm, and ,sonville, Indiana''who, in company -
: R."Porter 'of1
Raiaf.Yesterday's liam the
West! and were guests at the Casa president :
Less legislation 1 is going into Marina hotel. today Mr. Massey said that the Precipitation Ins. i) with Frank A. Rager news- learned at the House committee -
h First National Bank said today'
equipment to be used is the came paper writer and Donald D. Battle
Capitol Hill bearing the stamp of Asked if he had been in Key I as that which was utilized in the Normal Precipitation _. .06 Ins.rki. after returning from Miami by i, banker of the same city who had. on military affairs.
the brain trust on the outside .. reord !!' "_r .*rU4rnl
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the package. When big fellows get West before Mr.\ Gregory replied.I' staging of "Fontania, staged during .K pt H .cUrk ibis ....rIIr.Tomorrow' plane. la great day fishing: Saturday re- Details of General Mo-
he had not been here but had enjoyed s- the visit of'
Arrangements for
the boom period at Miami AlmanacSun turning with one of the largest
together on any specific problem. his brief stay and hoped to I' Shores. That production, it was the Committee of One Hundred I catches of the season including Arthur's plans as effecting
the assembled company is likelyto rises! ____ 7:04 a. m.
return at some future-date. when J 'declared, is generally conceded to are being handled by a committee a large amberjack a number of Key West contained ina
... ._.____ were
include fewer professors, more Sun sets 6:19: p m.
he has completed his official visitto 1 headed
be one of the greatest shows ever by Mr. Porter who originally I grouper, barracuda kingfish andI
politicians.It all of the 160 Grottoes in the I pet on in South Florida. The fame Moon rites:: __ 1:26 p m. Partly Cloudy preferred the invitation to mackerel.I break-down on his pro
is hard to tell whether the Moon sets .. 2:49 a. m. I
United States. His visit to Gazna lighting effects will add greatly to ?- ing; slowly rising temperature in the Miami club. I I Yesterday they were out tgain posed construction program,
t brainsters really are dying out or Grotto in his eighty.fifth. Tomorrow'. Titles central Final the entertain-
the showing of the "Pirates of and north portions. plans for : and this time tneir catch equalled
merely} ducking. I: Mr. Gregory told The Citizen Penzance." A.M. P.M. Jacksonville to Florida Straits: ment of the visitors will be laid ata i: that of Saturday and in fact surpassed prepared by the general l

i Frank'. DepartureIn I he had traveled about 19,000 miles The streets of Key West from I High ..__....__ 7:02 5:29 Moderate east and southeast meeting to be held this after.|I it as the prize of the take staff at the specific requestof

some quarters the departureof since the inception of his trip and I II he station through the downtown ,Low.._12:02 winds over south! portion and fresh t noon. Those to attend besides.was a 2-pound black grouper; a
Jerome Frank, whose economic I estimates that he has still 20,000 I section, are to be decorated with 10:14 northeast and east winds over Mr. Porter are expected to be number of dolphin in addition toI the house committee,

ideas has been berated so often I miles to cover. He and his party colorful flags and bunting. Each I Barometer nt- 8 u. ii>., today: north portion; weather somewhat Dr. H. C. Galey, E. A-\ Strunk other kind!'. after McArthur had test!.

by ,some of the old-timers, caused [ left yesterday afternoon for Mi line of flags across the streets Sea level, 29.96. overcast with rain tonight and Robert Spottswood, M. E. Gilfond!* To B. Kept On Ice

almost as much commotion as did ami. will contain one pirate flag call. over central and north portions and Bernard C. DeWitt I f Asked what they wt're'going to fied in person last, week :.isto

the earlier exit of Moley himself. ing attention to the operatic pro-I Lowest IliKlicstStation 1; Tuesday. The special train bringing the do with the fish Chief Hibstcn-I ,the general_ outline of his

Frank 'had been credited with duction and recalling the early Last Night Ycs.tenlny I East Gulf: Moderate to fresh winter Miamians is scheduled to berg told The Citizen he was going
plan for
having a great deal to do with the NAME COMMITTEE history of Key West except in Abilene __ 36 38 Eoulheast and sooth winds over arrive at noon Friday when the, to ship them to Jeffersonville to spending $405,000-

writing of agricultural legislation Tampa for Gasparilla Mr. Massey -I Atlanta ....__._ 40 58 south portion and fresh northeast members of the committee will be be kept on ice until they arrive.I 000 on modernization ,of

especially. lie was supposed to be I TO MAKE SURVEYOF declared. Boston __..__ 24 36 winds over north portion shifting taken directly to the Casa Marinafor They left this morning. and equipment.'
very solid with Dr. Rex Tugwell, The equipment is being shipped f Buffalo- 24 26 to northwest on Tuesday over luncheon. A few brief ad- "When we .arrive'I am going to camps

on whom the title of dean was from Miami today. StaginK' .effeets ,Charleston, : "__.,_50 ....JiJ<....72*" i ..west" J portion.!: .- .' /"-. dresse? are: scheduled., __v ; _.. _bave.that bjc' tCh! er uk-frozen in t ;rh tORQaecL.x, iwt. ,
.*conferred by many mmeot i.ors TRADE ZONETO are being* 8 nt to )Ii: Dornbu'h I Chicago __._...... 30
after Moley stepped out. and under hU direction electricians Denver .._ 26 38 WHATIICU CONDITIONS visitors will be taken on a tour of we will have frozen that big 'tigerof

The job Frank had simply was will begin placing the equip-.f I Detroit _....._. 26 30 the city when many of the interesting the sea': with a portion of a p construction of a training

abolished. Appeals to Dr. Tugwell DETERMINE FEASIBILITYWITH ment immediately 1'0' that everything Galveston _.' 50:' 54 Pressure moderately low this I points in Key West will be mackerel in his mouth showingi and for
i camp target
availed nothing. Washington ak- will be in readiness! for the f Havana .......?-. 68 morning over the western Gulf of. shown. how the barracuda robs the ang- range

ed what this might mean as to Dr. INTENTION OF MAK. opera next Tuesday night. (Huron .._."_ 24 40 I Mexico. Galveston. Texas. 29.88 This will. be the first time the' ler of his choice catches." use of the organized reserves

Tugwell's own future. \ ING APPLICATION FOR ESTABLISHMENT Jacksonville __..- 50 78 ;inches and a moderate high pressure committee, come, as a body. to Enjoy Stay Her. I and the CMTC. Construction
For some months. now. the Kansas! City 30 38 area overspreads the Lake the Island City. Representing as Why all that trouble he was

name., of Tugwell seldom has appeared -I BANDPROCRAMJACKSON KEY WEST .. 69 80 I region and southward over the they do many of the more important asked. "Well, they would never t, would take approximately -

in the news. Before that Little Rock ._ 38 46 Ohio end middle Misrissippi Valleys -I interests of the nation believe us if we told 'em" Chief. three months according
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he was heard of often. SQUARE Los Angeles ..- 54 66 Sault Ste. Marie Mich., members of the committee will Hmstenbcrg replied. "We have

The Tugwell drug bill, which the Mayor William II. Malone has Louisville ....__ ... 28 40 I 30.26 inches, 'and St. Louis Mo.\ i J have an opportunity to take back enjoyed every minute of our flay, to the estimates of the

last congress failed to pas, ban appointed the committee to de. _.- I Miami ._.. .._.... 66 78 end Louisville Ky., 30.20 inches. with them impressions of the experiment . in Florida, from Tampa where we I war department, as submitted

been succeeded by the Copeland .termine the feasibility of making Minneapolis 24 28 Rain has occurred during the last I here. I I attended Gazpanlla festival to )
drug bill-and a much different of Key West with the intention TO BE RENDERED THIS AFT. New Orleans _. 50 66 I 24 hours throughout Texas, and I Key West where we have made. to the committee, and
a survey
bill it is.Where. of making application fora I ERNOON BY WELTER'S New York ..._.. 28 38 eastward along the 'Gulf coast to !! thii wonderful catch of fish and would provide employment

I* Dr. H.t hill.7 Foreign Trade Zone free Penxacola -, 54 66 f northwestern Florida., being heavy J| FIFTEEN COME the fish are the only evidence we'
port'l CORNET BAND Pittsburgh ..._ 26 30 in southern Louisana. There has ; will have of the tales we will tell* locally equal-1022,000-
So far anyone U able to see, to be established at Key .
St. Louis .._ 28 32 i also been rain on the north Pacific IN ON PLANE1i of our trip. f hours of work.
Mr. Roosevelt is
talking money that it is -
the event
In I Sf It Lake City ? 26 42 coast light snow in the lower : While he was telling this he was;
and fiscal problems now with bank. advisable to carry the proposed The program for the concert to I Seattle ___. 44 50 f Lake region and showers on', rai'cd by Clifford Allhands of Jd. General McArthur has

ers brought and to business men whom he plan to a definite conclusion the be given this afternoon at 4 : Tampa --_..._ 54 76 t the: Florida Keys. Temperatures'Ij i !}fersonville chairman of the Clark asked congress to earmark
important posts more devise and 'i
committee will ways o'clock by Welters' Cornet Band Wa-hington _. 32 42 L ham risen in the southern Lake FOURTEEN BOOKED FOR RETURN County Democratic Committee

or less recently. The economists means for making the survey was announced this morning. The Williston l .-._.? 6 .26 region, but have fallen to zero.in [ who, with Mr*. Allhands, had also for the army program.$405,.

who in the role of experts. advise along the lines laid down by Julian concert will be given in Jackson I, ,'. I northern Michigan, and cooler II: TRIP THIS... : I motored to Key West. ,Mr. Alls-*000,000 out of the fo :-bl.
ed the to the .uU :1
manipulate !
president at
Langner of Washington, D. C.. Square. lol'WEATII1IR, fpKrCASTji.iluO{ !\ ." weath ?>peVaU'1 inmost sections I I'' .., AFTE. NOOI , hands said, "Thai's'a) "Wat idea f
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dollar are seldom heard of today. : '( 1 ) .! *
the meeting 'last Tuesday, .1"nv 'lUA: I (tu 'fl!! 'J lion dollar fund sought by
.held. :1 The program to ue given under I I lns' ,. '.i.P -t -,H' 1<> iof the Gulf and-South Atlantic , ,, 1M", :John of shrpping ttie.calch to .Ief.I t
It I
remains 4 :
an impenetrable secret the court house i\\ fl' ; I ,
night the direction-of Tony Welters . \\1m.; p.tlc..T"esd.ay.t't \,' 'SUteaLviferriperattirei throAghout i fersonville/beCausje'lT' .you don't t President Roosevelt'HisfSi ijl"
or what if anything was! JI" I -wollol I: : ..
a report otihtch appeared in The follows: .. :} .eXI.West, and YjpimtyAPartlynrlpu the lt
done with president Dr. of Ilutchins Chicago the university eminent Citizen Wednesday, .- WAmerlci:* ' 'ta*? j .t I y (Jojvight and Tuesday. ; with{nebf.. or'bo, VHie'\; feas'na1 l aver-. .'.' ihi ,mnrngbrou' !fht 1. .nosEen- [you boys 'catfeM"the:; fish. As al),Attest is being given.serious

Members of the I ,,committee, besides ''"March,- '**Thc i Ntiohal"ErnlM'E.1E' fhowers tonight; moderate SOUth,' ag.; JEV> .11 'Ii,0:; 8) g ers: George. .Fs.rn.swo.rth,. Siallyt: tuatter of'f8ctlT5I! do not see toiuideration by thcf" lniliL '-
whose supposed summonsrerponsibility to Mayor Malone.are W., R< .... "'" "' G.S.KENNEDY : ,'{;them myPf'fliAi'ttot'ieen' ( wit"*
.bl Gaple -. cast'"yj i ;:._. yorWa ; /ol.#u .Fml .J\rs.1\ you
in Washington :Thompson Cad 'Kitl atltJ.'wotlJ'lite's ? 1 I.. I ''UfCkiat''in I'Cfin Fa5Mwo'1 ''feel I ddt-tAbe' boit'wlth the ?*!ry affairs committee.ltl,
rain to- 81
itirred so much publicity a few, Porter Norbfrg; 3-\V ll: rw. : "j ':(\ : j qloudliWith ; ) rttJ Fries, Henry Howard Rowland,;' '" f _
up .11 'I "believe
months So far the 'l''e Bervaldi. Leo Warren, Q HjSmith lI.'a :.'1;t...;)1 1 1 Mr. and ,Mix J. Taylor and eon, : guides. I would not you
ago. as and A. R. Miller.CORONER'S. 4-Fox Tro "i'h String Along Allen Cressman Beryl Cressman :either." IfT
could discern to I 1 TUG
he never was put il4-4'"l 'I"IIIIIIII.I BRINGSBODY
work at all. With You"-Warren and Dubin.' Scott Garfield Sheldon Carey, I This catch and the fish to be
5-Descriptive Overture. "The William R. Porter and Mary Vine placed on exhibition after being
Just what will be left for Harry JURY
Hopkins to do when the present --I Rage In Ireland"-Edward Byer. TICKETS FOR COLORFUL cent.There : frozen in i ice will, b.e. one of the OF NEGRO

Brien Borhoimo March b, Kathleen 14 booked :greatest advertisements Key West
a, ; are passengers
relief is appropriations causing much are capital exhausted I TO MEET TODAYEXPECT Mavourneen; c, The Rake of]: "PIRATES OF PENZANCE"SHOULD for the return trip of the plane at i fishing has ever received. -
Two barrels of the' fish
peculation. Mallow; d, Cruiskeen Lawn; e'l 4 o'clock this afternoon."SPECIAL I were VESSEL FROM NEW ORLEANSTO
Shallyi, packed in ice and chipped yesterday
Killarney; f, Sally, Shilly
TO RENDER VERDICTIN g. To Ladies Around Boys; h. The(, BE PURCHASED NOW I to Jeffersonville.. Ind., by ex.i TAMPA STOPPED HERE

\WM. MARSHALL'SFUNERAL Harp That Once Through Tara's SALEON i press. 4 SUNDAY MORNING

Open-Air-Night PerformanceTUESDAY I -
6 "Sally Trombone"-Harry,
Fillmore. I II
--,- I Ii Good Year TIres Bound from New
7-Fox Trot "Wagon Wheels"Ben !i FEBRUARY 19,8:30 P. M. S I Orleans to
The coroner's jury appointedby I I 91 PASSENGERS Tampa the Tug Ontario put in ,at'

KEY WEST RESIDENT WAS Peace Justice Frank O. Rcberts -8 Hill.bverture. "Plantation; Fort Dillworth Fort Grounds I II UNTIL STOCK IS .. Key West yesterday morning with
Taylor "
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inves- )
to : (
FOUND DEAD ON BOAT coroner ex-officio Echos"-Thomas Coats. i I i EXHAUSTED .. ....:i. '. the body of a negro fireman, 1,

tigate into who the death found of William dead:,in 9-March. "The York Firemen" : Entrance Southard Street *3 I 4.50-20 ____ $4.59. J t4'irt4dA;; th: '<<; r ap,4 ,,0,. 'McBride* who died on the ship;
SATURDAY Marshall. was 'I Explanation of the death of the
-'B.,Crumlin I 4.50-21 _.____. .4.80 .. !onpaiy'arpy4} ,fr om.tHavana :( '
his' boat last Saturday morningnear ! Cast of 70 80 Foot Stage man, as"'given by CaptajVlIotra'; ,
Banner"K ,
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10 'Star Spangled 4.95 ;?atnrday
:Boa Grande, will possiblyrender I 4.75-19 ._..___- jl ., of the Urma.te" {
Funeral services for William I 'a verdict this aftern on. I y. '. Lilting Songs of Gilbert and Sullivan 5.00-19._____... 5.45 passenger* ,'ind'sailed C:30, ,.p'tJotka ''it tug.ueh"a.id ummon'a.'coro-111

B. Marshall 68 years old. who wa Members of the jury, which was I Beautiful Voices Splendid Dramatic 5.2521 ;___-__ 6.70* I r :\raj"P'a. %.. ,,1 *. ,- .. unnecessary said. 'u *"
Tanker Alapama.\) of, the ,Tra, ', per"* jury, it was
discovered! dead in his fishing boat after the 6.00-20 ._ ... 9:65: : m
near Boca Grande, Saturday empanelled immediately Saturday W.W.DEMERITTLEAV1NGONTR1P RESERVED SECTION 50c, 75c AND $1.00 ; 3-95 dil/joni: any, arrived Jn,POrk S iurdav i- ; Dr. William S. W.rren.wa1'ti' ,.
body was brought to the city 30x31/2.--*!**;-; f night and, afternnloadipft10bOO :ed I to hold '*n 'autopsy 'and: j't.t
morning aft JI'
were held yesterday .
afternoon are Fabio Oil GENERAL ADMISSION 25e .l the of his findinfe 'tS)oVb
ernoon 5:30 o'clock from the EXTRA SPEClAlTUBES ) barrels of fuel od into the report "",
Lope Funeraillome' chapel to the vjeri; George L. Roberts Andrew t Section for Colored People tanks of the Porter Dock company I ner ex-officio, Frank O. Roberts.,

First Methodist Rev.I Pritchard. A. Knowles Sumner I II sailed yesterday'morning for Port The body is at the undertaking
Sweeting and Jefferson Adams. I S GET TICKETS FROM: parlors of the Lopez, Funeral 1
George E. Summers, officiating. William W. Demeritt superintendent Arthur, Texas. .
Pallbearers were Ramon Riv- of lighthouses for the .: Key West Drag Company; Page' Soda Fountain; Gardner's II 4.40-21 and 4.50-21 $1.05 Home awaiting instructions from'-
: sail :' Pharmacy; Roberts Book Store; C*.a Marina; Old Island 1.15PAUL'S r- the widow in 5 lobiJe.AIa; .
Eugene Peat. Seventh District. expects to 4.75-19 .
as. Pierce C. J. R. -
I % Trading Po t| Colonial H.t.I5 POM'S Garden of ROM: -
VI ?iZprria Cochran Leroy Torres and 'Ion the Tender Ivy 5 o'clock this I '
b1 Raul's Night Club; Member of Jnnjor Woman Clnk and VERY CHOICE.
E. 1.jtiva.Mrlsrhafl. 1 WEDNESDAY. FEB. 13, l afternoon for the west! coast. i' Key West Hospitality League. TIRE SHOP Tonight at Hifb.. School Gym
; is survived by his 7:30 P. M. The superintendent proposes to ]
widow (MfII. Muriel Marshall one hold conferences with the shipping: PHONE FOR RESERVATION 620 OR PUBLICITY DErT. JOHN NEBO vs., EDINBURGH Scottish girl'

daughte). Winnifred: eonViI: Election of Officers and interests in that section of the lk KEY WEST ADMINISTRATION Cor. .Flemiaf,and GH n.ll Su JOE RAMIREZ**" J ham.:asked, the mayor of;this; cIty*,

Ham It% Marshal and one sister,I IIra. Smpker district and will possibly go as far L. PHONED_ : Admission .? 25c and. SOc to find her a husband '"big and

) J 'ephine Cata1a. I I as Cedar Key* before returning. ""IIIIII I""illi.ll>> 5 strong, refined- and aIIe'CILOn.tL". .
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WRITE TODAY ........................ States 1888-1910. born at Aui
'OThe &tj> 1tiPublLhed
.. [ California Boys Build Their Own School Bui.siias' Today's gusts, Maine.. Died July 4, 19.10.

Dally Except Sunday By "It is to .
up you.
TUB CITIZEN PUBLISHING CO, INC. . ... 1836 Washington Gladden,
.. t L. r. ARTMAJT PraMeat. Thus declares Colonel Peter O. /1t.r ,. : j<('' t. ,..,'..;'_''$. Anniversariesooaa noted Columbus, 0., Congrega:'
From The CItizen Building Knight of Tampa in a letter to Senator ; ." .' '- 't',: : ; t:: !. S I S .tional clergyman: and spiritual an.

Corner Greene and Ana Streets I Park Trammell, copy of which was printedin aJ .*, \ 1802-Lydia Maria Child .thor born at Pottsgrove Pa. Died.

Massachusetts writer pioneer July 2. 1918.
Only Dally Newspaper in Key Weal and Monroe The Citizen, regarding the bill he introduced -
American anti-slavery writer of I -
County. : in the senate to restore the naval .14, note born at Medford. Mass. Diedat i 1839-Josiah W. Gibbs. Yale
Entered at Key Weat. Florida a* second class matter famed professor of mathematical
station in Key West.In Wayland Oct. 20, 1880. I
FIFTY-SIXTH YEAR I physics, born at New Haven Conal:
the letter Colonel
same Knight Died there, April 28, 1903-
tanner .( the Asadated Press 1812-Alexander II. Stephens,
entitled .. states . you can have this bill passed.
Ihe Ataoclat Press la exclusively to Georgia planter legislator and
..r republltatlon of all new diipatrbea credited tIt As Trammell is the chairman of the 1847-Thomas Alva Edison,
or not oth rwla. credited In this paper and ala M; x congressman, Vice President of the greatest inventor in history,
the local news publUbed Itere.StDSCRII"TION naval affairs committee, we believe Colonel q.S 'f n a the Confederate States congressman : whose name for many years typi-

RATES,, Knight's opinion is right about SenatorTrammell's .dl. Y1 again and governor after America the world bornat
Q fied over
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:One Year 110.01 the war, born In Wilkes Co.. Ga. Died West
I." to have the bill Milan Ohio. at
fix Month ability
approved March 4 1883.
Died Atlanta ,
Tbree Month 1.$1 Orange. N. J., Oct. 18. 1931. >>
One Month .n by the senate. And we believe I
Weekly .Z'
further that with the senate's passing the 1820-Theodore O' ara. Kentucky Subscribe to The Citizen.Ii,

Made known ADVERTISING oa application. RATES- - measure, it will not meet with any difficulty editor, soldier and ,poet I
author of "The Bivouac ol the BENJAMIN LOPEZ
All readier notices SPECIAL cards NOTICE of tbanka, resolutions of in receiving the approval of the Lead" born at Danville, Ky.. Died I. FUNERAL HOME'

rrrpect. obituary notice., etc.. will b cbar( 4 for at house. "
6, 1867.1833Melville
lie ed 49 Yeah
:Le rate of :o cents a line. Eata .
Nolle for entertainments by cburcnes from wblcsk But, despite those apparently sound Key w.*, OUUt I
revenue Is to be derived are I cents a line.Tbe .
Citizen Is an open forum and invites 'discos conclusions getting the bill throughthe W. Fuller Chicago Zf.Hou AnbaUBC* Serrlc
tfva of public Issue and subjects of local or general lawyer and Democratic leader LI_..... EambaWr iPkoaa
jilerent Lut It will not publish anonymous communl senate should not be left entirely to
.tJ'/D" Chief Justice of the United 138 Nlgkt 196'W1!I II
Senator Trammell. lIe should be L*
given The large school bus shown in the accom- ,

the wholehearted support of every Key panying picture has the destinction of having

IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST Wester who can write a letter, which been built, so far as body design and construction f t.t I Cot
are by passengers regularly
should be addressed to the naval affairs
ride in it sophomores, juniors and !M x ., y 5', v. I P&O' UNITED STATES FAST ,
committee of the senate. :,
seniors attending the metal working class of ,
1. Water and Sewerage. 'Each letter should be as short as pos- Union High School, Selma, California. l

2. Bridges to complete Road to Main- sible. In a hundred words or so one shouldbe Using the Dodge 2-ton chassis as foundation PORT' TAMPA-HAVANA-WEST INDIES !
unit, the bus is quite a formidable affair, havinga Effective! April 27, 153 !
land. able to tell the committee what the wheelbase of 216 inches and an overall lengthof : Leave Key Welt for Havana Tuesdays and Fridays, 12:20 t .

3. Free Port. naval station here meant to Key Vest and 348 inches. The body is entirely'of,steel J, moved forward! ,with the.,iesult thatthe; 'driver P., M. >
' : Leave Havana for Key West Wednesday and Saturday \
4. Hotels and Apartments. . cite the dire economic ,conditions 'that immediately with seat supports of cast aluminum ]poured in is seated not behind, ,the. engine,,but,.beside it.. 9:00 'A.-M.-:! :

5. Bathing Pavilion. followed 'its closing. the school's own foundry. fc ,tt Truck representarivesWDodge.- 'Brothers Corp" Lean Key West for Port Tampa Wednesdays and Satuh'. '
To gain greatest possible passengerlcapacity' .0rat Qr\.bt"slOw'ai\\ praise on the work done days 1:30 P. M. .1

6. Aquarium. ... '. KeyVesters had'b'een so used to hav- -the vehicle seats'forty-eight T-: the steering by,the.boys under,, :direction of shop.instructor! TkkaU., Reservations laformatloa. at Ticket Office e* t1.:.'\

7. Airports-Land and Sea. ing a naval station; ,for,a century,that the gear and the .dutch' and brake pedals were George Wool wine. 'd Dock 'Pboa. 71
: :
8. Consolidation of County and City bare statement that it would be closed, it ,"-r, > t 'I.. . ,,.H,, ',' -- 1I " t J. H. CO3TAR. Ac...: ,

Governments .several months'before<> closed i r.." LnL 'bl ': ': {1"11\- J' '.. ..::a.....) \",
wasreally No Nan J l>ey property jIate.1When SS .S.S.....

undermined the morale of the community.The I told that he could have' ,
asked and received a higher price t ,
psychological outlook resultof
as a
GIVE us thus day our daily bread is for his holdings, Mr. Knowles re- ...... THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK "
the announcement that the station DAYS GONE BYHappening prices I .............. '
now a fact. : plied that he had fixedthat, OF KEY WEST 1 1'al
would be placed on inactive basis some time and could not bring Today indicates a strong and a
an was I Here Just 10 Years ago I at th. close of DMMMM December 31, 1934
darker than it should have been but Key Ag Today A* Taken From I I I himself to name a larger figure, forceful nature. It is a day for a Comptroller'. Call

The File Of The Citizen 1 r even though assured it would have politician; a natural leader of
The Citizen believes Key West should i RESOURCESLoans
AVesters could hardly have, been blamed I been given.
I men, capable of forcing a in and Investments $ 305639.43
sell itself to the outside world not give way )
for the darkness that descended on them the world by push and Overdrafts .... ..w..._.... 71.61
itself Kingfish are biting in the vicinity Judge K. M. Landis, high com energy. '
away. House Furniture
mentally, because the station had been Banking ,
of Marquesas better than missioner of organized baseball, Avoid the tendency to excess of and Fixtures 33082.33
considered, generation after generation, they have for the past few sta- arrived yesterday from Havana violence in word and act, and Bonds of States and Possessions

Gratitude is the finest human emotion.It as an asset that was inseparable from the sons. One runboat arrived today I with Mrs. Landis and two daughter keep the passions in control. The I of the United
with 38,000 pounds and yester- !;. They were in Key West several nature is endowed with a for- States __ 139370.68
life of the community.
blossoms slowly and, unfortunately day one came in with hours before proceeding to tune that should not be allowed to Other Bonds and Securities 74,204.03
Write to the naval affairs comjnittee ruin itself Stock of the Federal Reserve _
withers will\ celerity. ; When it i is considered that 35,000.1'I Tampa. by indiscretion. -
... Bank
tell it what the naval station meant to us; liih was caught with hook and I ---:S: Federal Deposit
line, an idea ran be gained of the I I Morris Cimmertatzel was arrested Tampa telling of the death of Edward 1.95t.OJUnitM
tell it what its restoration will to Insurance fond
After reading this copy of The Citizen mean us. size of the school and the rapidity:I! this morning at the F. E. C. Stf>inberg. cousin of Mrs. States Govern-
But don't only decide to write; write i Railway yards by Sheriff Roland: Joseph Mulberg of Key West. The
the staff wishes you good-night and with which the fish are strikil::. i I I ment Obligations direct -
"so-long-until-tomorrow." today; don't say in effect that you agree Today is an exceptionally good,'Curry, on a charge of forging deceased was GG years old and and fully guar-
check. Several of these checks Las a large number of friends ----$832,744.73
with The Citizen that Wester one for kingfish and it is believed |
every Key that with the arrival of the I }Fare turned up and it is under- and acquaintances in Key West. Cash and due from Banks 495168.97 1.32'1.913.10
should write to the committee, requestingthat I I I stood that others have been i issued. I
runboata tomorrow there will bea '
Jonah thinks the defense well I 1.888.235.19
a favorable report be made on the great increase over the catchesof
the prosecution needed a rest, after their :Monroe:\ county commissioners / ,1. LIABILITIESt; '
the two
Trammell bill, and then defer writing till past days indicated.! were invited to attend the Ex- LONDON A -theater in thiscity Capital $ iooobo.eoSurplus

strenuous efforts in the Hauptmann case. tomorrow. All "tomorrow" letters are put change Club J luncheon today and has laid down the biggest and Undivided Profits. 65,001.42
Saddle Bunches, which has beenin Circulation 100,000.012Deposits
off day after day, till a week or a month the limelight for the eighteen I I accepted the invitation. The aft one-piece carpet ever made in IG33,228.3'{
past '
Individualism is the strength of the t 1 t fair was a jubilee celebration. The England, 100 feet long by 43 feet
passes sometimes, and some of those pro- month, as the terminus for commissioners tendered the
were wide. '
It weighs more than ton. $1.888,235.79r
a |
business world. Let us hope the ad- posed letters are never written. the first stretch: of the road to I congratulations of the club for I

mjnistration will come to realize this WRITE TODAY. the mainland is again the cynosure their action in authorizing the --- j I
demonstrated i of attention. Today sixty-six I Ii I bond election for 2G50.000 for CI.lII.l.li.l.lI.lI.l'II.I..r'JTIII4'4'IIIJ;
truth.Regardless .
i demijohns, each containing five: roads and bridges. i .
r THE HUMAN MACHINE gallons of aguardiente and 100 'I \

of the gold-clause decision I bottles of Cuban beer were found The quintet from the High!:
and are now in the custody of cus- I I Scchool and Electric
the West
The Citizen will continue to accept sub- Human bodies are frequently referredto .toms officials. The officers were company are Key scheduled to- ,i! REDUCED PRICES ON SCREEN WIREGALVANIZED

scription payments in any currency and as machines. In certain sense theyare J tipped I off that the wet goods'! had meet\ in a basketball contest this I I,

checks on any bank: except the sand bank. machines, but they possess propertiesnot been landed. They went to the evening in the Athletic Club. Both I j
. key and found the tip right, although teams are eager for action and it 1 1I
usually found in machines fabricatedfrom BRONZE
the find was not as largeas
is declared a toss up as to which
: Jonah 'is undergoing much "worria- inanimate materials.In anticipated.Last I will win. I 24" Wide, Per Yard .............. 21 c 24" Wide, Per Yard ..... .......... 40c

r tion" concerning the "gold clause" now the first place the human machine 26" Wide, Per Yard .............. 23c 26" Wide, Per Yard ........... 43e
under consideration by the court. and that of other animals as well has the night a binder of $500) was Ben F. Gardner. Jr., son of Mr.I! 28" Wide, Per Yard ...... ......... 24c 28" Wide, Per Yard ... ............ 46c
supreme ,
_ put up for the purchase of 67 and Mrs. Ben F. Gardner of Key
a. Once it i n decided, no matter which way, I peculiar faculty of repairing and renewing acres of land on No Name Key. : West, in a recent examinationheld i I I 30" Wide, Per Yard ................ 26c 30" Wide, Per Yard ................ 49c

Jonah will breathe'a sigh of relief. i itself if nature is given a fair chance. In The land is owned by John I at the Bronx high 'S.chool in I I\: 32" Wide, Per Yard ................ 28c 36" Wide, Per Yard .....1......... S9e SI

the second place, these living .machinescan Knowles and the price agreed. 'on New York stood the highest in a 34" Wide, Per Yard ................ 29c 42" Wide, Per Yard .... ..'. ....... 70c
is said to be $10.000." i priceis class of 48 students. I
function even, .though many 'of their I ( This I i Z! . 36" Wide, Per Yard: ....... ...... 30c 48" Wide,. Per Yard ........ ....... SOc
It is that the T acre
. a pity finest sea captains + 151. | ')i ,,,:,Ill: .'. ein.rrs7...) _
down with their ships. Men with siich: parts are entirely, missili\ .- v and is the highest price r Ja'tl..fon, .'Ndiva'ha"Fhten'roceit, \'M I trtih1jl'L / I *. 'fa'> "11'
go 'I
Just how far {hey,may g.DJ.r.t1 i !?*respect \' *{i4! ..Ifl', u rUQ..Il' '" ..:.. >" .i._. :I i A. '
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have-Vnot( . I
physical unfortunately > .
courage : .n -Iht'f I: Of \ ''CLOTHES BASKETS: : With cover. HIGH GRADE ELECTRIC TABLE

the mental courage to meet the criticism' f is hardly appreciated by the layman 1' .4J'.LT.J1TIII 'fTI.lIArt A necessity, every home. Very STOVES. Guaranteed. FUte4
sunkfen who has not? given thought. to'tlve( subject} ;;, '.** ,(1 '> "
; .1 (11
of failure: Captain Wood of the m! >i (
-- '.,, . ; neat,trimmed i in1 Ted and green; .with nichrome element embedded .
Mohawk could have saved his life if he ;Dr. J. .F. Erdman.of.NeW :'York recently ; Our MSensational J"' f r.' ,n '>jt'j; I I b: .
: ''Small *' i I' .. $l.00 in porcelain brick. With 3-Heat :.
some information along this" line >S'J, .) "" i II : :?, ". f.e-'t* e? 1"1, .
gave by % : (
had elected to do so, but preferred to go + Medium'ma.\......................... 1.25 awdch.i .
enumerating a few of the parts which maybe
down with his ship. Large 1.60 Each $2.50
Offer > uuuOuO.uouuuuu..u.u .u.u..OUquUUUUqUU
spared without destroying one's useful- i .

ness. He reminds us that one "may go .
There is a lusus naturae in Key West

who thinks the county commissioners about his work minus a leg an arm an .1:I I ,

bye, his tonsils, appendix gall bladder one "Genuine Masonite Tempered Predswood"WHEHE
should be impeached, the city council is an S
kidney of his 5 i
part lungs and brain and as
aggregation of nit-wits and the publisherof
The Citizen a perjurer. What this much as 12 feet of his intestines." a0 aotF I; A HARD SMOOTH FINISH IS REQUIRED. CAN BE USED FOR

Recent developments in surgery have I FLOORS. WILL STAND THE WEAR AND IS
freak of nature thinks of the people of i I
made possible operations on the heart the VERY ATTRACTIVE
this city in general has not been expressedbut i I
entire removal of one lobe of the lungs ,:
may be readily guessed. 1 1-8" Thickness in 'sheets 4'xl2' I'I'I
and modification of other organs formerly of per ... 9c

thought indispensible in their square feet _. ... _.
intact state. I ---- -- ----------- ;'-- ---

state Florida's to exchange Futch law tax-forfeited, which authorizesthe real In some cases science has been able to i! 3-16" Thickness In sheets of 4'xl2' per : .! '.' : '
fit. us with which function i I lie
: up spare parts ,feet ._ . _.
I tate for district and county bonds at par almost as well as the original ones. I square. r:7: ; : : --- -- S

value has been declared unconstitutionalby I Ii SHEETS WILL .BE CUT .IN EVEN. FEET FROM LENGTH ONLY ,

a three-judge federal c6urt at, New Or.. WORTH A TRIBUTE .
S This Waldorf Range Installed FreeYou "
leans. The decision will appeal to the . rt

supreme court of the land; That puts de Let's pay a tribute to Jan Kubelik, do not need to goe*. at tit. cot of cooking ..: i IF; YOU ARE1NTERESTED PAINTING YOUR, HOME BE' SURE Y gy. .

linquents-on the anxious seat. the great Czech violinist who went into electrically. You do not need to take any .one' word tT I USE-.'ZILO"' o 7 '

bankruptcy a few. years ago. for it. You can find oat definitely for yourself without Sa i I : 0

The United States senate finally This artist without what businessmen baying A range or making a penny' investment. We i CALL US FOR INFORMATION .
O will let tkis kitchen for three fc
you use range in your own .:
awoke from its coma and asserted itself on would call a business sense assumed M
mentk ,witkovt any obligation whatever I I
the World Court question, and while Sen- after the proceedings in court all his

ator Robinson worked like a beaver to. putit debts, although not legally bound to do so. See us for complete details regarding this plan 1[ Sooth Florida CoatractHg gieer... ..1.1I

over for the president F. D. R. apparently He i is gradually paying them off.

was not so much put out by his His example is not new; others have The Key West Electric Co.iJ'.II''L I Phone 598 While",EIia' I .

failure. Perhaps the, chief executive felt done the same thing, but the spirit is so : "Year home k'wertky of the. *("

like the fellow who went out to look for rare as to deserve attention ,and commendation A. F. AYALA, Sales Manger s r
work and prayed he wouldn't find it. \ 'JriJ % /IIIl11II'//II1 I l/a' y yh

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'A'1APt -FI.I ROIWI'c"! 8Y IY"AII'IV"AJI' -s'; rSfVOPSIS e*..............................................


: The Uontata Kid !. trapped for that pouring crowd BICYCLES
nfprwtcbtttf Jack ,Ijutear tlovlji;
whose horses
It It a dn-l ta Ikt tlratk triffc rsrotntrL were beating up a JESSIE '' told
: Remember what'I WE RENT Hour
by the Day
ft vat to have &,,. I/on- thunder behind him.Besides he was i or
f 4111:', .. "III..day bat *.pat aU you about William biting his 1 Week. Repair all makes and
In mood one
to turn for ,
Cats f.actry kit brWlob. taHrfft nails? Well have solved It
we paint them with Nu-EnameL We
Lenora rhllevt. II onto** for two. So he drew a gun.
lift. not know tint tin ekallfngt, The mare flowed beneath him like a ENTER PRACTICE CON- w Wrigley's Juicy Fruit Gum: carry a full supply of parts..
ra a rake, nfoded t>f Mateo
Rubric to get Uantana into Uexito.Atr current of a river; to shoot from bar NelL febll-lti Agent for the Rollfast Bicycles
/ ta AeJ_ Yalta recover the TESTS IN BRADENTON DUR-, and sell
back would be them as low as $1.00

rmerf'tt tke rrotr rftttrrk of by Our the Lai inntmnr*, itolenfntut cUottot / from the deck of as a ship.easy as But shooting then he BABY FACE ROJAS TO MEET KID TROPICAL BOYS ING MARCH. I I STOMACH ULCER GAS PAIN'S per week. J. L. Stowers- Music

province. T*. nhtrlff U af'' saw, that the stranger had'ulther AND INDIGESTION victims, Company janl8-lmo
horte, '
pro-cItxq OH a ttftmlfg tohe
stop duel._ t drawn a: revolver nor unsheathed TARZAN IN FIGHT CARD TONIGHT DOWN SLUGGERS why suffer? For quick relief -.

the rifle whose holster slanted down. William Cates and Mario Pena, get a' free sample of Udga ,FOR SALE

Chapter tNlne under the right leg of the rider. of Key West, are to be given a .Tablets a doctor's prescription, -
FLIGHTVOUA.N it was a'brown-faced. Mexican' It (By OSCAR PITA) i try out with the St. Louis Car-, at Gardner's Pharmacy'feb6.7811. i FOR SALE CIIEAP-1930 Buick
overalls,.wjth a tattered rag of a hat automobile. 1205 .Division
Baby Face the and BASEBALL GAME PLAYED dinals at their winter practice. < ; ( I Apply
\ screeched through the his head. He way Rojas rough In fact, Ramirez knew John would -
fluttering I
.A on, ] street. feb9-3tx
thick silence that covered the dressed like a'peon, though ha rode; I unfble fighter.from down El Barrio figure on a good left to win the YESTERDAY RESULTS IN during the month of March. 27r I !
town "It's be stopped! It's de los Pinos will meet This announcement was ,made :
: gotta a horse'fittor a king.:Sometnfcg) I ii way, decision and he's been workingthe ,
m Order! Two of God's creature Out that contrut. and in the thick solidity Kid Tarzan in the semi-final oftonight' head I SCORE OF 7 TO 6 Saturday afternoon by Mike Gonzalez HELP WANTED I TYPEWRITING PAPER 500
until he has 1
there to murder" of the fellow's shoulders 'put fight program, which sway r head coach of,the team, on sheets, 75c. The Artman Press
brought it into which
I perfection
The voice was muffled. A man knowledge In the eyes of the Kid. will be featured by John Nebo ,his arrival from Havana. I WANTED-Ladies and Gentlemen ang7
that time he makes I I
every i
could be beard to Joe Ramirez : [ He aid the boys from Key:
say distinctly: Rubriz! he shouted. and Battling of the John The Tropical boys defeated the to sell direct from mill
: miss he will score a hard I Hosiery '
a j"Now, ? Mame don't yon go bein a lIe got a wild yell and the wave school's regular fight card. Sluggers yesterday afternoon atj West are to report to the training to Should $25 MIMEOGRAPH PAPER. 600'
right to the body and whenever consumer. earn
fool. The boys nave gotta have of an arm for answer. It was Rubriz In the person of Kid Tarzan i the Navy Field by the score of 7'''I. camp at Bradenton by March 4, to $100 weekly. Write Box sheets $1.25. The Artman
their fun don't they!" himself who pulled onto the trail Rojas will find a fighter of his this boy puts in a blow it counts. to 6: and will be given a tryout for one Press, Citizen Building.
1048 N. Cofeb111tx
The hoofbeats from the rear must beside him checking the great black own type. This boy, who calls I ,:Joseph Esquinaldo, quite a boxing The feature of the game was week. At the end of that periodit High Point Jnn27tf

have rounded a corner.They seemed horse with a cruel Mexican bit that himself Tarzan for some reason fan asserts that while Ramirez : will be decided whether or not

suddenly nearer. It seemed to be a wrenched open'.the mouth of the other than nick hit 1 I U not a great boxer the former the hitting of Joe Hale who got the novices remain with the team.t BLANK SALES BOOKS. Now
a name, can ,I Ican three singles in four times 1j
signal for Jack: Lascar The man stallion. take it and last, but not least,.i Key Wester will win by the knock up. j LOST lOc each or 3 for 25c. at The

seemed hungry for the battle as he 'Welcomel Well seen El Keed!" i can fight like a tiger. i out route. Esquinaldo saw Joe in Joe Navarro knocked out two EARLY MARRIAGE i Artman Press, Phone 61, 'Citizen
cried Rubriz."But take another safeties in three tries. Ubieta LOST-Sunday Envelope Bag
Jerked out a gun. way several scraps in Miami and never Building octlC
i The Kid is the and
rough AGES RECORDED I leather. Please return to
than this: The whole town is on the Conch lose fight be ,handled seven chances withoutan gray
The Kid made his draw In mldstep.'lie Bull a
tumble like the Wild
horseback. seen andtherre i type Mrs. Erik Smith, Hotel Colonial:
They've me
fired his foot struck the use the bout reached the error. PERSONAL CARDS-100
as c never printed
chasing me. Some dog of a Rojas. This is going to,be a hot (nr ".*_1.... Pr..) febll-2tx
ground.Jack Lascar fired one bullet ..l limit Which means, of course, that Bethel pitched three innings for LONDON cards, $1.25. The Artman
battle and than knockdown Feb. J They
more one
has warned them that I'm northof ;
,Into the air at he spun around. lie spy I Joe knows nothing of the scientific the Sluggers and retired on ac- Press aug7
the Rio Grande! is going to be scored, it is are marrying yonnfer in BULOVA WRIST WATCH during
fell neither forward back, but In count of the heat.
nor side the
of the but
The shouted Mexican. .speech feared. One thing, the referee is game on ; England the.,day, it !i. revealed Woman's Club Cabaret at Coral CAMP TRAILER FOR SALE
la wasy
heap, and! the dust washed I Score
around, him as though the1. earth up music.Ja.fte\ ears pf Montana .:;If be?. :, 6inS) ;to'be kept Quite busy'eountng'amTrecoanting'and : other hand is a dandy-club' fight., "> by.innings, : 'd r In"the'latest return oft Isle Casino., Please return to I I

were anxious to claim its own at added up the!Happiness'of hU life: '' breaking err eNebo's I 'IN R.i{ u.E..1: J h"-re.latrar-.aenl.\: < Oliver Armayor, 746 ,Windsor CAMP TRAILER, completely

halt of it, ahA:t.ht!f8plder half, he he Wys) 'from: clinches., They are idea of working a left Sluggers. Oil' 010 300-6; 9 4 In fact, if ,..';Englishman Lane/)rsceive reward. feb9-3tx I I 1 I I I equipped, accomodatet? four.

once.With had found In UuYlaad' of that tongud.'. scheduled lor'six rounds but more I hand'to win. is a pretty wise one Tropicals) 022 300 OOx-7 7 3 ,. i i. not marriedby the,time he Call Lou Smith's Service Station -
the fall of Jack Lascar there He smiled < ,,.nswered. They-' for along bout but it is! be- ':Batteries;, Bethel I Lucilo and 'ih. '' I r
a* 'than 1ik ly'th'e bout: will not reach I hardly I is 30, odd* 'are S.to.1igalest EMPLOYMENT WANTED Phone 522. febll-3tx
'came out of the watchers'adeep.. hunt me, Mateo!" its limit. lieved that it will amount to much : Ingraha/n;,
,,quick and. ,women,animal and sound.children The lips grinned of men "They hunt you? Then they huntus I _.Wjtb bigger. money.,and ,better I in tonight's contest! J because. Jit is I. varro. f I'ta-'J Step. , ," TYPIST: -Young} inan desire FOR SALE-15 pieces of "improv

back suddenly as though there were botM"oaswerodi EUbrlz. I thins: for. the.futttrf injew, John only a six rounder and chancesfire Summary: ErrorsTraynor: I A, third of the 109,000,. men.married part or! full time employment ed Real Estate in the City of
Ca'stel- ** tMt "ltttl*' '
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something in the sight that filled Kebo and Battling Joe Ramirez II that his tough opponent'who Albnry; -Garcia; Sanchez; 1. within the past quar 613 Margaret street. Key West; 129 acres of land on

them with a food of satisfaction or HE turned' In his saddle. Montana will be out for blood. The winner I can take it without grinning will lano; runs batted in: Hale 3, San- ter were udder 25, and 60 feb8911. the Florida Keys. Apply to F.

of horror. knew what the Mexican was"seeingthe I will meet an out of town oppcn- .! dash out to John from the opening chez 3, Joe Navarro 2. John Navarro percent of the bride were under W. Roberts 803 Olivia street.

The Kid went up to the body of first riders out of Ben 'nt in the semi-final of the Pete- bell with little or no respectas Zacal Castillo, Ubieta, In- 24. The largest group febll-12tx
tonvOle, lashing or spurring their what Nebo have to of- graham; three base hit: Ubieta; of
Lascar and put his foot brutally on febo-Jimmy Wades fight here to may bridegroom gave age
the shoulder of the man and pushedhim horses,riding a race with the wicked 'next Monday night or otherwise fer in the way of a hardpunch, two bae hit: Sanchez;, sacrifice ranging front 25 to 30. CASH PAID for used furniture. AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE

back so that he sprawled face joy of the manhunt maddening their I a week from tonight There will in order to put in one or more !I, hits! Ubieta, Traynor Wickers; 1013 Southard street.

up. Then Montana could see that a hearts"They are coming like ten thousand be good money for the fighters telling blows in the very first I'stolen bases: Garcia, Joe Navarro I Bethel 3 in 3 innings; wild pitch: j nl7-lmox PONTIAC DE LUXE SEDAN

trickle, of blood was still running devils!" shouted Rubriz, I on this card and both want to ben round. A good hard punch in the .I Fruto, Castillo, Machin; left on i: Salinero; time of game: 2:10: ; umpires 1929, six' wire wheels, good

down the aide of Lascar's head- turning front again. "San Juan of i it and only one of.. them can first round is half the battle and bases: Sluggers 5, Tropicals 6; hit j 1: : Gonzalez and Aguilar. FOR RENT tires. Looks fine and is in excel

sure proof that the fellow was not Capistrano lame their horses,throw :meet the out of town. boy. I Joe doesn't forget that. The fans by pitcher: Fruto; passed ball: League standing: lent condition. Bargain, $175.
dead as yet Well, it that bullet had 'Joe Navarro struck out Bethel :5 OFFICES in'the Building 1 1 I
sand in their eyes. Hal, Montana! I John Nebo baa been practicing are going to see a bloody battle ; : by Club- W. L. Pet Hellings Also Chevrolet Roadster, 1929,

glanced It meant that there wouldbe We ride our first trail together. the Tommy Loughran left jab all I tonight and there's no maybe .: 1, by Lucilo 3. by Salinero 8; I La Tropicals 2 0 1.000 319 Duval street. Apply to nice running car, $120. Call

more trouble, great trouble They can never catch us. Not this I last week and now he can use it about it..Both boys want a chanceto bases on balls: off Bethel 3. off i Sluggers __ 2 1 .667 F, W, Roberts, 803 Olivia Lou Smith's Service Station
ahead of Montana. :Lucilo 1, off Salinero 2 hits: off I Acevedo Stars 0 2 .000 street. febll-12tx Phone febll-3U
There was something more to be black and not the mare-but I have as good as old Tom himself its I I scrap on Pete Nebo's card next I ; I 622. : t

considered. Just now. That was the a poor friend down the trail a few said. John expects to whip Monday night. We are wishing ....

persistent beating of hoofs down the miles with only a mule to carry him. Ramirez with the famous left both men luck and may the best
No horse would have the patience to
street and now rounding the last hand but fans are of the opinion fighter win.
the bulk of him. Looktherethere !
corner. So the Kid Jumped Sally. carry that it will take more than just A battle royal between husky

looking back as he Jammed his feet See him lumbering" the :a good left to get the best of the negroes will open the show and
mule flopping his elbows!
Into the stirrups And he saw the Far in the distance Montana sawa I former Key West boy who now will be preceded by a pair of HERFS PROOF THAT

sheriff come grandly around the figure that was huge even whenIt ; call Miami his home. four round bout A local band ,

next bend of the street with his mustang , was far away-a long-robed friaron Joe has y>od head work to his will furnish music while the early

aslant tbe dust spilling out a Jogging mule. The arms of the credit and he can easily make customers are waiting for .the

sidewise from the slashing hoofs man flopped like clipped wings; his Nebo's left jabs go over his head. first bout to get under way.
and the wind of the gallop furling
head bare to that po..erful.un.
'back the brim-of the sheriff's hat. was -- ---

And as the sheriff saw the picture There was only a glimpse beforea ... ... ..: .. .. t
before him. the dust still rising turn of the trail snatched the 'ADAMS-BUSY BEE 1

above the place where Jack Lascar figure from view. Today's BirthdaysDr. J
The friar had in fact halted his IS

lay cry the eras man UVe of the the hoarse law shouted.bark of Ills a mule,which turned sidewise as the IN DIAMONDBALL .................un....I

rider stared behind him at the two
John J. of
sea lion as he went for his gun. Tigert president

Montana did not try to get away fugitives and that rising dust-cloud FRACAS TONIGHT!I the University of Florida formerU.
from under which the horses of the
down the street. Neither did he open S. Commissioner of Education.

fire on tbe sheriff because It was not .men from Bentonvllle were darling. I born at Nashville, Tenn., 53 ..
thick eku11! Help :'ft. ; .
"Save yourself <
I I .
his habit to shoot at the law-abiding. I yourself out of the way, half-wlt!" years ago.Judge .... .,t ,. A''i'' "
Instead be sent the mare swinging TOMORROW EVENING LOPEZ
shouted Rnbriz. angrily. I ;t A '''' ,
crashing over a four-foot through shrubbery fence and then that I The man was much too far awayto AND ADAMS TO MEET IN I Oscar R. Li:hring of Indiana -. ti i.p' K'to r

hear but as though he knew the I associate justice of the Supreme :
doted and horse like
over man
meaning of Rnbriz. he stared first, I GAME THAT WAS CALLED Court of the District of
water I
Into the depth of the gorge: that Columbia, born in Gibson Co..
The sheriff's bullets crackled OFF OWING TO RAIN
I fenced the troll on one side and then Ind., 56 years ago.J. .
through; tbe brush: other bullets
; looked helplessly up the steep elope
sang a smaller and a higher note
of the bill which was littered witha
Ellis Mo.
around the ears of Montana. Breckenridge
vast strewing of boulders, big and Tonight the Adams and
But now he bal: to swerve the novelist, born near Hannibal, 1\10.,1\

ware onto a back lane and sent her1.Ci.c.nng. small. the. Busy! Bee diamondball tens I' 65, )'ears ago.
Another bend of the trail shut out
There was going to be Will play a regular league
the view of the friar, but when be game.
: cf trouble: lie could hear the
was seen again, he bad dismounted This contest will start promptly at Meyer Bloomfield of New York,
voice: of 1 It growl and howl through
DcntonvlKe.yilK from the mule, which was picking 7:45 o'clock. pioneer vocational expert born .
at grass beside the trail, while the Thq l batteries, will!! be .Ward and 57 years ago. Ib_ : -
master clambered actively over Uatll f FUCK Jnt eat! Big awvfe ihatsylrkckboot. t
lions bad finished fighting Garcia for the Milkmen ko Gates Show*amazing tortaretett*.Also unique ro nn- .' u.
*, and tU would rocky junk-heap of the elope, look Dr. Clive'Day' Yale, 'rtoted ketwiogsoettods.&c roar Dodge dealer todar.
now spectators '
ing too big to be liuman;against the 'I "ami GaiesTfoT"th"e Bakers.JJn .
historian, born at Hartford. Conn., N
take bat j
part la a lion-bunt hors s I wb R

!!" to snort: and squeal under the sky.That's << '? JrTiiwnqOth{ | |league. so 164!!I years ago. ,
way' for hlm. far 4 '" J Q"i'i Lrv
follows *, .
is as : > -
,pnr,.as men mounted and dirpve $1< -<: '
said Rubrlz."WhIll's ,b iat.' now) ?/' W -
away in the pursuit Men yelled or OIClub7htJII ,, j,,. ,Pet.1 I Dr. Hugh T. Kerr of Pitts -
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derkrila' voices that squeaked with Run hide!on" fool! Ra&qn:*'oJ nft save ypJr! ,," Burp nm eJfi-j.Cl..__ O 2 -.067: burgh, noted,''Pr} :byteriaX\ clergyman U cBBAKL6 1 r .;

excrement!% For the friar",,1s'0een 9 heaving at Lopez Funera.1: 'HoBie 2 200, born insOptda'Cana.(; 64 a ,' 'ao11bt.Y". Ot ei.t + : 1H.TDn-1W Wbetlbae.SMk. U7Os
The Kid smiled a little. Ills eyes Adams Dairy .___ 1 .250 II I u// a 4x%v priced t tm ternnt as
the boulders on the slope. There belabored years ago. p.e
!filled with reminiscent pleasure. Tomorrow night'the Lopez tenwill '
as Rubris and Montana TRUCKS NOW AT
From his position the south trail meet the Adams
Dairy out >
went by. the Mexican rising in his I near Admirc.1 George W. Laws
was the best trail He went straight stirrups to screech: "Ran brother! fit. This is the game that was U.: S. N. retired: born Channa- V

for It taking note how the mare Pascual run for your life!" called off on account of rain on hon. INN AMERICAS LOWEST
carried her head high moving it In .
For answer, a stentorian shout 1
observation, keeping! her ears I
rolled down the hill. and Montanabad night the Lopez 1 Dr. Valeria II. Parker of Conn., 0.VE gATINSIV11
pricked. She was Iron-hard. The run g a>n .,
her sight of a flashing smile and a Funeral Home team and the Busy 1 social hygienist, honorary ..Rb tract a. e
from the ranch had not weighted
brown-black face. Then, bending to Bees will hook up again. i dent of the National
hoofs with the least weariness.The .
last house, the last barn hi. work again the friar toppled a Batting averages for the dia-.. Women born in Chicago prHi-1 .dsu: : 'PRICES.'

boulder of several hundredweight. I mondball league, including g-ame. ::jalli =r -;;,,1t ;:F 'Fi. LS@ii.F'f; = ::=,;.'!j A'
whirled behind him. was years ago.FINNS'FIND .
away ==mffi' "
heading towards the beginning: of It hop swayed down; the it staggered.hill with It Increasing began to of Friday: February 8, are as follows IL1: I. f ,11\'

the south trail with the tumult of MANY .
bounds and wherever It struck it
Bentonvllle drawing to a single head Player- AB R. II. SB Ave. = ; -
loosened a mass of other huge rocks 1 1 0 1,000 OLD WAR RELICS : IST RtNas T something Mr.Truck Buyer that
behind him. when be saw a man on a Brantley -- 1 :5q A res.a Dietu a JEM'S :
until the hillside became alive. The I maa oftb, XT should look into at You
black horse riding furiously down Ingraham _14 2 6 0 .45'1 you once. know

the northern slope to bead him otto thunder of the rocks quite shut out Ubieta __ 7 2 ::1 2 .420
There was still time to turn to the the hoofbeats of the posse. Cates ____13 2 S 1 .416 HELSINGFORS Feb. 11.- r {roros"w :a--:- --_"r u : ;? -- a:"" moat dependable low-priced truck.Yet whoa

left down a broken ravine, but (Copyrfpkt, lit|. Harper 4 0rof erJMontana Kerr __13 4 5 1 '..416G Grave diggers at Indensalmi un- ,t N Olt.a q.g=g ; S=5Ss2i="!:: 3 Sl33:5: you'compare Dodge'against the other,feature

though be might avoid one enemy in hear, tomorrow, the Gonzalez 16 I 5) 6 1 .400 covered three skeletons believed to > e COMMERCIAL Priced [KXPRKSSCYL. by*feature,you will find Dodge leading
this manner he would leave himself tory of. the emerald crown. L. Lopez _,.14 4 5 1 ..35'1i be of Russian officers who fell in bout to evtUst the lowrtt th_ ret all. by a margin :that. you probably didn't dream

I 'l'--l'; I.:I: i IL: Gates .__U 3 5 2 .367 Ha IS hlch.prkcd. coet.eottiac $480""cooJet eatiat. For 18 known
-- --" the war of 1808 when Sweden and I' (ctarcfc.. ............, I Dodge give you ,
HowardCarbonell __11 4 1 1 .350 Russia fought for possession!! of ?t , Nt .. ertt dpctbi&b-Pricecttruckfeatureathat
......................e.1 President of the new' "and late _18 3 6 1 .333 Finland. I .. ;;ir. pod. cave gas-oiL.- tires and upkeep as well as

Today] In History ,: German. ... Republic. Pena __ 9 1 3 0 .333 A Greek Orthodox crucifix and i 10 i U ) yt. sjten lengthen track f e..andn0 other low-priced
. It I .I'j t M15 4 5 1 .333 cot
Ward a number of brass buttons also truck: baa anywhere near an of them Get a ;,
........ ... ..
..... .s..eoe.1836Incorporation -'
1923-Last 'Of the American Bethel 9 2 3 1 333 were found.HUNGARY. -sx '- = ,Dodge "Sbow-Down" score card and prove '",

= of the troops stationed on the Rhine Hkgs __15 3 5 1 .333 p = =sn this for yourself in a couple,of minutes. ", .

Mount Holyoke Female Seminaryat reached New York.1929State Castillo _,,. .10 1 3 1 .300 LOCATES And be sure to check delivered prices. See -, .

South Hadley, Mass., pioneer C. Lunn _13 3 4 1 .300 r. "-.1-;: jrour.Dodge dealer,today ;'

institution!! for the higher 'education > of the Vatican MEDIAEVAL TUNNEL .: 'i 4------, \: Asa'm0e en DODGE BROTHERS CORPORATION

of women. LATE COMPLAINT t"q" t*Ir ?,tdf.a;. : Aid lo./CHBTSUn MOTORS r
City created by treaty with Italy. -p (By AM* iatr4 Freaa) I IHAUlI. j? o.u",.... L a ltd rf. Deb.e, a.d M/eIiI..iis.p 1 '
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PIQUA1; O.-After 53 of Hungary, Feb. 11.- ... i,. .,,, .db #
1883 years Jf1 .e.,, aut,, COMMERCIAL .NEL-.CY&. s..dsr, Ter rglarat.! N k' a1.A f
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S. Department of Agriculture 1934-Diego Rivera's mural marriage Mr*. Laura Miller, of Frontier police here found a tnn- 1.1 4tbetk..ds.tr j YrYS.wc.. .....+.lt.w r

erected with Norman J.I which included face of Lenin effaced this city has filed suit for di- nel 15 miles long which, when: .,' :.., } ( h.el d t rk.L595 ; :.I . '
of Missouri the first sec in Rockefeller Center New 1 j .ru1T __. !
= vorce from her !husband.- Albert traversed, took them into Czechoslovakia .... ,
retary. I .
I York. i Mjller on grounds of extreme territory. .
I Scholars said it probably was .
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1919--German National Assembly Republican urge congress to constructed by smugglers in the .;

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PLANNING KEY :::::PERSONAL: : : : : MENTION: : : :::::I TO SUBSCRIBERS We wish to thank our'' many I, Albert Hall, will not; be responsible -

:-: SOCIETY :-: WEST'S FLOWERSHOWEXHIBIT ------a..-..-.-..--.-.,-..-...-....-...+..-..---.- If you do not receive your friends Reverend Shuler Peele for any debts incurred

Mrs. Manuel Perez, who was'on Mrs. Ray Navarro, who was paper by C00 o'clock in the through my wife, Evelyn HalL
and Dr. C. Galey for their assistance -
a short visit in Miami, returned spending a while with relatives in afternoon "11 telephone 51 : I febll-2tx
Nina de Lisa Leslie Editress
kindness and tender lov- -- -
yesterday.Miss j Miami, returned Saturday. and a paper will be sent
ing affection which was extended FEWER
'PHONE 752-J _
to your home. A complaintboy : I I
................................................. Collette Beaver, who was Mrs. Susan Quinn, who was visiting is on duty at this office us during the illness and death of I I .
WILL BE HELD AT MIAMI in Miami for'ahort visit, returned friends at points on the East from 6:00 to 7:15 p. m. for the our loving father, William Ted- COLDS
Dr. Helen Randle, Prominent BEACH MARCH SEVENTHAND yesterday. Coast and in Miami, returned Sat- purpose of delivering com der and also for the donors of
urday. plaints. Help us give you 100 cars and floral offerings.
Personage Visits Key West TENTH ACCORDING B. P. Nease of Pittsburjjh: Pa., percent service by calling 51 if feb-ltx THE FAMILY.PALACE .HELPS: .PREVENT; :..,'.,1a..U.JI
is a visitor in Key West and a: William Budd, of Key West, you do not'receive The Citizen. t --- .
ANNOUNCEMENT" guest of Mr. and Mrs. Roy E. was' guest at the Hotel Sem- f t
Key West yesterday had a dis-, which was 'on' exhibition 'at: the! :* *(* .
; : : inole in Jacksonville, last week. ,
tinguished visitor in the person of Cehtury'of.Progress Exposition in II t. ""-- MOVIE STAR TO 'I ,r; Over-Sea Hotel

,Dr. Helen G. Randle, a figure of Chicago., i Plans are being prepared for R. Miller, superintendent of Miss Cecilia O'Brien, who was SPECIAL NOTICE r rd
international prestige. Dr. Ran- Dr; Randle was honored'fester' ; the Key West exhibit at the the P. and 0. S. S. company, re- in Key West for several days with Being impossible for the d 917 FLEMING STREET
dle, who had just returned from day tit a luncheon party'at1''Casaj> Tropical Flower show to be held turned Saturday from a visit with friends, left yesterday for her VISIT KEY WEST VAUDEVILLE COMPANYto ROOM running water __ $1.00
''Abroad and is spending' the win- Marina,-tendered by Mr. and'Mrs. ,at .!Miami!!! Beach Gardens March officers of the S. S. Florida, ply- home,in Miami. -arrive in.,time for Tuesday, ROOM, with bath 1.50
ter;in Miami, is a writer, speaker S.'IL: Palmer/who, viitli'DRan! ,' and 10 and, Avery Johnson, 71 ing between Havana and Miami. --' t'fii' it ls! necessary thatlwa:}postpone I ---

and dietician of world fame and I I die-were'guests; ': at the1 hotel 'foN artist has been to Miami and obtained B. C. Papy arrived yesterdayfor Nancy Carroll, one of the outstanding -! ..,;it until a later date."" WEEKLY RATES
for a period lived in the White 'lowing 'which a tour of the city a working sketch of the Mrs\ Ida L. Wahl, who was a short stay with his family moving picture stars, is TONIGHT I Newly' Renovated
House at Washington during the was made, during which she made Key West section. (spending while with her son, ,and left in the afternoon for Isla- expected to accept: an invitation I Ito ) Anna May Wong-Fritz Kortner New Equipment
Wilson administration. l known her opinion that Key West When the invitation was extended Wilmer in Miami returned Sat- morada.Mr. visit Key West; when she makes -in- I New Management
Recently Dr. Randle dined with is delightful with its unique charm West CHU CHIN CHOW
i r to Key to participate urday. her proposed trip from Californiato NO CLEANER HOTEL
and Short Reel
Mutsolini and the Prince of Wales, and particularly with its tropical Mayor Malone was atf! and Mrs. Wilson Edwardsand Florida the latter part of this Matinee Comedy: 10-lSc; Nights 15.25c 1 ANYWHEREIF
respectively; She is particularlynoted foilage.An once consulted and gave his Mrs. Clara Lewis, who makes Mrs. J. Edwards, who were
for her vast and complete I added treat to Dr. Randle's hearty endorsement to the idea, her home in Fort Lauderdale with guests of Mr. and Mrs. Grady Edwards week.Mr.. and Mrs. Thomas Lalliff,
collection of every make of visit was her swim at the Casa and will do everything in his her daughter, Mrs. Earl Baum- left yesterday afternoonfor parents of Nancy Carroll, have
Camera known, these having been Marina beach casino, during which power to assist. I I gardt. arrived Saturday and will Miami. been in Florida for some time and I
presented to her from celebritiesin she' expressed herself as surprised' Plans issued to proposed ex-!be the guest of another daughter, were sent an invitation by the Key
every country of the world and very much pleased with the hibitors indicate that Key West'!1 Mrs. William Arnold. Alfred Schoellkoff New, York i West Chamber of Commerce inviting -
this collection now numbering approximately warm temperature of the water will be given the same amount oft I'I state relief administrator.and Mrs. I them ,and their famou}, ,
four hundred, and here. space given to private estates and Edward Torres, who was spend- Schoellkoff, arrived yesterday by daughter to come to the Island
other exhibitors. It is expected, ing a vacation with relatives in plane from Miami, accompanied City. I 1
from the plans now in process of Key West, left yesterday for his by Mr. and Mrs. Julius F. Stone

Key West Society Has Quiet formation, that, the exhibit sent, home in Tampa. Jr., and will be guests of the I II
I fro \Itigicisy.vi I tone \a J\1.|\jie< jyinte jh/ome> << on
> :
Week-End After Cabaret"Key X. J' 'bt .... tei I I! 'B outhard street. ..
_" rbscro n nnw '- I
: {{ tj' cioinaefjitxtrtltll tte ; Ve JI i I''h t -.a..nve...( 'p.i. ,.. Fr !3Ji-t.: was nam. l Sat- ClrY.t
West society enjoyed a! There were'any)ifcumber of Cad bl4ibSwL! Jteo h r,4, t rdtm4 .!:r i' 040 ; rd .'. avana! eft on' ..._ :"
'(comparatively quiet and uneventful bana parties: "noted :on South glillls' lay.> ) t :4ctl Tait Kap. Ly .1' 'train ;for*"'Miami'1Hre '' H
week-end due for the' Beach, the participants of which } I 19)u' 'v-: Jf & t1.t:: nI he mo.. I remain severalIays t.Waltr: Wilbur :director' of relief -

most part to the hectic activity lolled cn'tqjn.the:: ..suji enjoying colors characteristic.of Ke; .- 1 I dN .in the southeastern territory 1 -
during and immediately followingthe : the afternoonJn! amulet, sedate .TTf .L\GOT\ T-t !1""? '","UEverready i ''II i f rtvitMrs. J of J!the United States anticipates
Cabaret Show held on Friday I manner, and quite a few bicyclists: Star *;a'f 1 rfn.. ,1' tj. I { pending from one to.fou *weeks
night : were in evidence on the Boule- H. We n I' and aughter,. T. ErRusseUTwho was appointed in Key West on vacation.
A number of private dinner I vard. Club To Meet Miss Thelma arrived yesterdayfrom deputy sheriff at Islamorada, He is now in Venice, Florida, you own a leaky roof,

'parties preceded the show, and Several little teas followed the I I Brooklyn, N. Y., and will be left Saturday for his station. and has written to the housing see us about replacing it with Carey Roofingor

following it there were many gay Cabana parties, and these for the There will be a meeting of the guests of Mr.. and Mrs. A. Em- committee of the Florida Emer Shingles. Our line is complete, so you can
little supper parties lasting until most part were attended by close Everready Star Club held tomorrow },horn. Thomas M. Kelly, retired light- gency Relief Administration, ask-
the wee small hours of Saturday friends and relatives of the hos- afternoon at the home of __ house keeper, who was spending' ing for information relative to securing choose exactly the right type for the purpose.

morning. tesses, intimate affairs. Mrs. Paul Mesa, 1211 Washington I I} Captain A.: J. Canova left yesterday a while in Key West with his children accommodations. Not only can we give you the highest quality -
{lYesterday, of course there street. : for Miami after short left Saturday for his homein
Several events will take place a but. you will pay no more for Carey materials -
were the rehearsals for 'the The. meeing will start ab fl I visit with, his EOn, Captain Ted Miami.
"Pirates of Penzance" operetta to during the following week worthyof o'clock, and a request is made fora Canova, who was injured in an TEDDER FUNERAL than ordinary roofings will cost else-

be held during "La Semana more than. casual mention, large attendance of members. explosion last week and is 'a pa- Mrs. C. W. Goethe and two where.. ,Let us bid on your roof needs.
Alegre" week, and this occupiedthe notably among them being the tient in the Marine hospital. children left Saturday for a visit HELD YESTERDAYFuneral
time of many members of the Valentine Ball at Casa Marina to Junior Club To with relatives and friends at Is- SOUTH FLORIDA CONTRACTING

younger social set, who are taking be held Thursday evening, Feb. Hold W. H. Green, administrator of lamorada:: T..I AND.ENGINEERING_ COMPANYWHITE
part in the presentation. ruary 14th. Meeting the FERA in Miami, who was' in rites for William .
Mr. and Mrs. Dan W. Eastwood der who died Saturday morning r AND ELIZA STS. PHONE 598
Key West for a brief visit, left his J "Your Horn I Worthy Of The Best"
Announcement has been made yesterday for Miami. who were in Key West for a vaca- at home 705 Ashe street, were *
Enjoyable Luncheon Party Given of a meeting of the Division tion as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ju- held 4 o'clock: yesterday afternoon
I Street P.-T. Association to be held Mrs. Carl Steir, who was in Key lian Langner at their home ,on from the Lopez Funeral Home
Yesterday At Casa Marina Hotel tomorrow afternoon from 3 to 4 West during the fatal illness of Caroline street, left Saturday, Chapel to Fleming Street Methodist
o'clock. A special: Founder's Day her mother, Mrs. Catherine Baldwin with their car, on the Steamship church. Rev. Shuler Peele. of-
---- program will be presented on the left yesterday afternoon for Cuba for Tampa and from there ficiating.
A luncheon party was held yes Guests Included Mr. and Mrs. occasion, it is stated. Miami to join Mr. Steir and returnto will motor to their home in Or- Pallbearers were: Robert II. ROOFINGS fc SHINGLES
terday in the beautiful dining i Charles Blohue. Mr.and Mrs. W. Key West. She was accompaniedby land Smith, Leo Williams, Charles Cur-
room of Casa Marina honoring Dr. II. Dickenson, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Tennis Tea Here her sister, Mrs. Waldo Leon. tis, Ed. L. Roberts. George Gibson STAN0A AD FOR OVER 60
Helen B. Randle, internationallyknown i Rush, :Mr. and 'Mrs. A. H. Patterson Admiral Edward B. Fenner, U. and William Cullingford.

figure and Mr. and Mrs. I Mr. and Mrs.: S. W. Green- Wat Postponed Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Cox, left S. .N., and Mrs. Fenner, who were
:Miles Gregory. Mr. Gregory is 'lam.The Saturday afternoon for Fort My the guests of Key West for two
Grand Monarch of Grottoes of I entire party was visiting The tennis tea scheduled to ers, called there by the serious days,last week left Saturday afternoon -
United States and Canada. ,.in Key West yesterday on an es- take place yesterday afternoon at illness of Mr. Cox's father. for headquarters of the '
This dinner was tendered by S. pecially planned Shriners trip, and Casa Marina was postponed due Sixth, Seventh and Eighth Naval b 'x 1 1a
H. Palmer who is Monarch of were guests at Casa Marina. Following l- to the bad condition of the courts Mr. and Mrs. Ben Isacovitz.whowere : Districts at Charleston S. C., ac 1.

Zazua Grotto, Miami, and Mrs. the luncheon' delightfultour ,occasioned by the,ram yesterday visiting Mrs. Isacovitx's companied by Lieutenant Kendal
Palmer. Table decorations were of the city and environs was morning. brother and sister-in-law Mr. and B. Bragg, U. S. N., aide to the
especially' arranged for the oc- made by the group, all membersof This postponement proved a Mrs. William Mendell left yesteri! commandant. I .
casion, and consisted of rare tropu, which expressed themselves as disappointment to the great num. day for Miami. Mrs. Isacovitz will I
cal blooms and- ferns in a tasteful being quite pleased with Key ber of guests who appeared. 'Sev be ,remembered by a number of BEARUP'S DRY CLEANING U
scheme. I West. 'eral very interesting matches had friends in Key West as Miss Ray I WORKS., 514 MARGARET ST.I
.. been arranged, society looked for: Mendell. PHONE 152-M. dec2
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ward to the resumption of these ) J

Miss F. Lopez Valentine Ball Sunday afternoon affairs, which .Cayetano Camus, who has been I
Attains Honors had been temporarily discontinuedto absent from Key West for sometime MONROE THEATER : wI 'Ur
Thursday Night V
make place for the Resort
most of which was spent in Loretta Young-John Boles !
Fashion Show held several weeks Miami, Tampa* and Jacksonville
Letters received from Miss For- Elaborate and far-reaching -in-
ago.It was an arrival in the city last eve-
tuna Lopez daughter of Mr. and plans are in progress for the is hoped that these tennis .ning over the highway for a visit THE WHITE PARADE

Mrs. Aquilino Lopez, Sr. of this Valentine Ball to be held Thurs- teas will be resumed next Sun- with relatives and friends. Matinee Balcony lOcI Orchestra 1 / I
15-20c Night 15-25c I
day and continued throughout the ( t UY
city, who is a student at the Wo- day evening at Casa Mtarina.' Din. 4
season' for they are delightfulb88oandpfftr.
man's State College at Tallahassee ner will be served from 7 to 8, t a. social Sunday r II
state that this young lady I and dane$!?-1,,jwJ 3 elfin_ at 9 'to'. la ernoon-of. enjoynrent q

has attained further school honors last unti]>,mdaightwith| a special .."'l"' 'i " "." ''.,!'' L h 1I net I .
I .. pctc 1 (cuss Y
in ''passing examinations recently program of dance'music arrangedby .p iullli cuu
held.Miss I Richard Prindpale, director rrttahonsorlhurtd a1 b to .gpdN Lgt s, o) lam ..tIS
Lopez, who has attained the Casa Marina"Orchestra.' "' soothing"KReai topetr + b+ 1r ;
I Several numbers of on
an excellent record in her studies! specialty not J 1 a't
at the state institution on several, exceptiaJ r eautjr-l' fj k, l o/H an, E.6; .
planned and a large attendanceis l u. PANQPTIK BIFOCALSNo
occasions: has ,again been placedon expected, inasmuch as a great I
the honor roll as a result of number of reservations have, al- DINNER I stumbling! No Jumps!
the recent examinations conducted I ready been made. The correct positioning of its
in various courses taken up duringthe Leo B. Warren, director of social KEY WESTCOLONIAL optical center makes Panoptikan

school term. activities at the hotel,. is in HOTELIn DANCEFEBRUARY easy bifocal for patients to
charge of the affair. "get used to." Jump of imageas
Mrs.' Menner the Center of the Businessand -0- vision passes from the dis-

Gives Sapper Visiting Couple Theater District 14 I tance eliminated.portion into Sidewalks the segmentis curbs
Married Today First Cla.FireprfSCDaiblc! -0- and steps appear in their true
Mrs. Robert T. Menner last Rate and normal positions.
night entertained at an informal Layle A', v-:deVeer. of Ne- Dinner 7.8
buffet supper at her home on Du- braska, and Mrs. Minnie Kidd of COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEN Dancing 912

val street. These suppers are I Illinois, were married at high MARINA Orthofoa Soft-Ut. Lic.a...
usually held weekly by Mrs. Men-\ Garage Elevator CASA
noon today in the Baptist pas- 632 D val Streetqolit
ner, and are much looked forward torium, Rev. James S. Day, officiating Popular Price. $2.00 PER PERSON
to and enjoyed by her guests. .' H"Mr. !!
Invited guests last night t included '" : and Mrs. Van I:deVeci're I ---- to helpyoujnjoy tonight.
: Mayor and MVs. WilliamH. 'tourists>who 'were' spending )the tllllmW. .

Malone Major General Harry i|[i meter'1n' Florida They camalto: (
C. Hale, Judge Jefferson B.1|Ke} West*and 1\ad'th Tnafrriage :?l'' '
Browne, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick 'solemnized in the r southernmost iodWi2ke4
Kirtland, Mr.\ and Mrs. Julian'''"'city"' in the United States. jG Tonight-drink. Schlitz.. ''You'll, like-- its- distinctive,lip-smacking. ., ...
Langner, Mrs.\ James Edward'i They"plan leaving ithls\:"! afternoon by' aav You'll like the way it ItimuIates-suppllea_ quick extra '
Jones Mrs. Ella Cash, Mrs. Paul ,for Miami and after7 a'short ACCEPTING IMITATIONS that lets feejjrauifbest. I
Reuter Messrs. energy you .
; Ralph Gunn and time there will leave for their
Avery Johnson. home in Nebraska. To ICe the original Davii KJO% ftn Pifat' You7lenjo YYbecauseSchlitzareallydeIidotuliquidfoodeasiertodigestbe-andyot u'll feel fit tomorrow!That's
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P.-T. Assn. Will I for DaY 100% Pan Paint ku or orUn Deaf toot ; ,+
Entertained In teak. .......
cause it Is made under precise Enzyme Control
imitated,but never 4-pUcaud.Davit ..-_-
Meet TomorrowThe Redland DistrictMr. t this Label 100% Pan Paint conforBt with -- And Schlitz contains Vitamins-health. t I
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an port paint Laws and it the only paint ::=:==
Junior Woman's Club of and Mrs. C. Sam B. Curryof tbat earths a guarantee 01 purity.PAIIVI' ==-.: that aid digestion,increase energy,build a -aSchlitzsecret.I'I 1 _

Key meeting West tomorrow will hold afternoon their regular at 5, in the Key Redland West spent District last as week-em guests i I bck for this Guarantee the lAbel* iF==SI help make Schlitz even feel better for you. I I I 1

o'clock in the Woman's Clubhouseon /: of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Pierce of w.i..._ r.ago.with uyal.rts..M..4.ewrdr.rs 01'_.w So. ,.enjoy tonight and better tomorrow. ,
Division street. ,I Homestead. Mr. Curry, who ..is'I I All MT ....sca ." ..... tr i.. ....--. sal wY strwi o..Ien.17 *
Matters of importance will be' clerk of the criminal HERRDAVlSCaG. ; .ill.
court of Tht B That Milwaukee Famous
discussed and all members are, Monroe County is a brother of ERTSc ..r .
urged to be present at this meeting 'I Mrs. Pierce.-Homestead Leader.I C. Carter Carafe ni WSui Streets .-. _. 2;'. 1: _.:. - '! ._. ;

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