The Key West citizen
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048666/00433
 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 18, 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: UF00048666:00433
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Immense Crowd Attends Aquarium!,MAYOR OF MIAMI KEY WEST CRAWFISH IN ATLANTA CAFE LARGE NUMBER I But Ruling Holds GovernmentMust

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Dedication Here Yesterday Afternoon This Only 5 City. That Draws One Back., He 5e Has Found Pay Its Bonds In Gold Or


Equivalent CurrencySHOWN
More .Than Five Hundred MANY NOTABLESSOJOURN MALONE INCLUDED ................................................. MEMBERS OF CAST ARE

I THOS. J. BRYSON bage date and coconut palm _
Key Westers, Besides IN KEY IN PERSONNEL OF LEAGUEOF SperUI to The Cltlsen) leaves. WINDING UP REHEARSALS;
ATLANTA, Ga., Feb. 18.:It
Of Visitors MUNICIPALITIES OF The one-time Key Wester was MANY FEATURES TO BE
Large Group
i was biting cold on the South'sbusiest
thoroughfare. Snow ,
: Were Present. .:* mixed with rain, were'falling onlyto At the foot of Duval street, a J -- ,. ,\ i:M I'1:MENU.MAYlBEXXTAKEN*)JtORINIOMuRENMilDBRElM t -
yacht'rolled gently in the backwash
turn to ice they struck the
1'OR; ; "fI.MAN, ',OTH.; (Special to,Tke CltUrn) as -of the Wrecking Tug Relief,I' A score otr.Y9ung."womel1of,, ; i I { ..t..Wl1JHHOLDS.lROWEI\UOR{ ) :
always f
pavement. The crowd which
More' than ,500 K,y W+tV. 'ER PROMINENT PERSON. JACKSONVILLE, Feb. 18.- off to save a ship; waves slapped .Key, West,.and an equal number,
; b Appointment of flayer E. G.'Sew.'dI11of.Miami throngs Peachtree street t :IKlQRESSkTOlttB: Att W1TOOURRENCYH !
and a Urge :group; of,,vi i tor:sat; indolently against the piles of Porter .) of men will make up the eboruseaof'policemen.and
seemed not to mind. It hurried
ACES,ATTEND DEDICATION' \ \ as chairman of the i
., ,. : Dock; a lone fisherman nodded, ; daughters; of -1--
lenj. l the:,detention "ceremonial 'j' 'I'f 1935 -legislativecommittee: of the along apparently not caring about in the sunshine.Up the ?<.>_A"*.etM".!'.**..) 1
major-general the-
ORjLpCALrAQUARIUMsr: warm in ;!t'Pirates
yesterday, afternoon which ait'nonnced 4 fi i Florida Loague of Municipalitieswas I'the weather. I in "the" bank Wm. R. Por of Penzance" which is being.. *W WASHINGTONf; $18:.-.The preme..iOUrt today
to the world the opening announced today by Ben II. There was one who walked evena ter's hearty laugh rang out as i staged Tuesday night under the solemnly suatained the "New Deal" invalidation of "goldclauses"
Notables in Key West yesterday bit faster than the rest. lie
Tallahassee of
:, president I
of die Key West Tropical! aquarium. 1 Bascomb Grooms told the latest February full moon at Battery
I included prominent educators of the league through E. P. Owen breasted the crowd shoulderinghis I 1 in private contracts but not so on federal bonds.
"good one" he heard at a "G.EL" Dillworth in the Fort Taylor
I I' Florida members of the board of II Jr., its secretary. I way through as if impatient of convention; from Papy's coffee I i grounds. __ While it was held that the government must payoff

Though threatening clouds! control and the plant board, who Five vice chairman will assist its presence. More than one turned :shop
were wafted odors that only Members of the cast are winding -
overcast the .Ides! during the i I came especially for the dedicationof Mayor\ Sewell in directing the work;/ to stare resentfully after the those who have learned to like up their rehearsals and final its own bonds in gold or equivalent in devalued currency

morning and a delay. of over an! the Key West Tropical Aqua of this group the largest and most i tall figure topped by a "derby" I Cuban coffee can ever really appreciate dress rehearsal is planed for to' another ruling that court of claims had no jurisdictionover
rium, and attended the luncheon representative of the league's which his acquaintances have i night. The presentation of the
hour prevented visitors coming by at the Casa Marina afterward. I eleven standing committee Theyare I come to consider his own particular I In the Chamber of Commerce, colorful opera from, the pens of such cases was interpreted to mean that it will be impossible

train, arriving on time. nothing:i I Included among the visitors : Mayor R. E. L. Chancey t ,trade mark as it were. : Miss Ileen Williams shouted a ,, Gilbert and Sullivan is expected for holders of federal bonds to collect on their old
f fI Tampa; Mayor E. II. Armstrong i i Seemingly the hurrying pedes.I I cheery "iii there!"; Jack Golden's I i to surpass anything that even the
could In any manner destroy the i 1 I were: Dr. John J. Tigert presi-i Daytona Beach; Councilman Fred I! trian was seeing nothing of what "Lord Tom I'm glad to see you"11 11I ''I most optimistic of those in charge gold basis.

I i dent of Florida University of II. Kent Jacksonville Commis- transpired about and J. Lancelot Lester's ""Look had hoped for.Bleachers .
feeling of good cheer and eager: ; him yet he came I This in effect would mean that while technically the
I:; Gainesville and Mrs. Tigert; Dr.f fI' !I sion G. Wayne Gray, Orlando ito an abrupt halt as he was aboutto I old T. J. is back again" with Joe I I have been erected,
anticipation which WM manifest Edward Conradi. president of} and City Attorney A. R. Carver pass one of the city's best Pcarlman's slap on the back and and will be in place for the show holder of & $1,000 federal, bond'was entitled to $1,690

throughout the morning. I I' Florida State College for Women, 'i Lakeland. i known restaurants. Something in i!I John Gardner's hearty handclasp Tuesday. The set for the stagingis cash, practically he could make no such collection.The .-
Included in the committee's a window display had caught his helped to make a wanderer feel he completed and everything
With the of Julius! of claims is the tribunal before which
appearance 'Newell' personnel is Mayor William II. was really "back home" even save for the final dress rehearsal court only

F.Deusen Stone Mayor Jr., Dr.Wm.Robert II. Malone O. Van 1 I state plant plant commissioner board and Mrs.\ of Newell the-II III Malone\ of Key West. I that eye.Thousands window display of people doubtless.had seen It though Key only Westers an outsider.say" that once a I I seems performance to be ready of the for the unique suits against the government may be taken. Other courts

Mjiss\>! Ileen Williams and Artist Gainesville; Mr.\ and Mrs.\ contained only person has gotten Key West sand opera. may not. entertain such suits without a special l act of congress -
an enormous platter I
: AU tickets will be taken off .
Alfred D. Crimf realization that George II. Baldwin Jacksonville; PLANS PROCEED I Isale'
., I in his shoes he's thetsame i il
filled never quite
with cracked ice iin'
on at 3 pTuesday., and after lawyers said.
the exercises were about to begin General and Mrs. A. II. Blanding. ,, ..
l again..Always afterwards,
:which, lay what-the vast majority; I -fc> V J. iaB Bcr" ** -
the ttoanda-of'!cxritement.The .I.I.tau5hed I Bartow Mr.' and-Mra.3. -T. Diamond , they declare other scenes will that time it 'will be necessary to- declaring c'Ogrescould not abrogate the gold
of those
': M..s.H. FOR OPERA HERE who saw it took for a ,, purchase them at the gates thei
silence broken the Tallahassee Mr. and I
was by ; ; have lost
their for
zest him.
C. Tavares Mr.\ and lobster. It was, in reality a spiney i i night of the performance it was clause in its own bonds, the court added that those who
the beautiful Duncan
opening strains of ; And it
must be
true. Or it
lobster a "crawfish" most so '
as Key announced
Intermezzo from the Cavalleria'I(..Mrs. Alfred II. Wagg. West Palm TUESDAY NIGHTWEATHER I: Westers call them. t.ecm to one who has seen his fair I II 1 caution that today it might with be an well added to had brought suit had shown no right of action.In .

Rusticana of Mascagni\ played by I Bea-eh. returned to A moment the tall pedestrian I I share of other cities large and avoid the crushing crowds at the the opinion read by Chief Justice Hughes to the
directionof All of the visitors I
an orchestra under the ; stood looking. Then he rmalL and has found little in any
Mrs. Alary\ MUner.\ Violins,;.their respective homes in the aft- BUREAU CLAIMS in Me the restaurant. stepped. i of'them to make him wish to re gates by purchasing tickets in ad- crowded courtroom: power of congress to deal, with currency
Misses Norma Yates Beulah ernoon except Dr. and :Mrs. Newell I vance.A
;sere I turn.
I i "Where
do you buy the spiney : withheld.
Brantley, Mrs\ Millard Johnson and Mr.\ and :Mrs. Wagg who COOL SPELL WILL HAVE lobsters special section for negrosj! was fully
like the
in i the .
Miss Helen Caviness (cello). Nick I will remain for the production of ," he asked of one has been set aside and four negro/ The court decreed that those who owned gold certificates
Goshorn Alfred Barroso and A. the "Pirates of Penzanca" tom PASSED BY TOMORROW I I a man sitting 1,STOCK( COMPANY : women are selling tickets for that
at a desk. also had no cause of. action,.and could not bring
Caniero; piano Miss Alce Curry;4 row night. r.1 NIGHT "They from I ; section. Tickets also will be on

Gutavo'Ayala, cornet; Del Wood i I understand.come Why?" Key West 11 TO PLAY HERETO sale for colored persons Tuesday suit against the government., ,

clarinet. AUDOBON SOCIETY I I "Just curious-nothing more"I II night.Members of the chorus of "In ether words," said Chairman Doughton of the
Stone Mike AddressAt Those ;in charge of the stagingof ; and the questioner stepped outside -
the conclusion of the number "Pirates of Penzance" were to stand looking into the window.i iI pirates and the principals in the hcuse ways and means committee "what. the government
OFFICER ARRIVESTO i OPEN NEXT MONDAY FOR cast already have been named in I
Mr. Stone made a short address going ahead with plans for the I I I And as he looked the noise of i The Citizen. i did might not have been absolutely legal, but it was

announced the occasion of jucbentation of the colorful opera' Dixie's noisest city faded out; the i BENEFIT OF AMERICAN Those in the chorus taking the I "' rr'T]

the gathering and his: gratification tomorrow night, on the advice I!stinging cold gave way to breezes :I part of the daughters of the I right.
at being able to tell the world that II SURVEY KEYS TO LOCATE from the weather bureau that the ias balmy as the Seven seas ever: LEGION major-general Attorney General Cummins expressed his pleasure.
,: are:
the West is : 1 I knew the serried ranks smoke- 1 I
Key aquarium an accomplished norther will have spent itself before ; of -- Isabelle Kelly Yolando Mendoza -
reality and the culmination COLONIES OF WHITE curtain time. I I begrimed: sky-scrapers and lesser,J Susan Olive '
of the hopes of Key, HERON I Meanwhile\ the sale of tickets business buildings changed to sun' The Heffner-Vinson Stock Company o Alee, LaKin Norma Day RESUME OF ACTIVITIES LEADINGTO
Westers and hundreds of others was continuing and the response 1 llit streets poinsettia bougaini J well known to Key Westers; ( Curry; Clara Yates I SUPREMEyCOURT
I f I Yates, Edith Williams Cleora I DECISION BY
who have long wished for this .II indicated that virtually all seatsyteuld i i i villaea, and azalea lined; the hurrying -I I will open an engagement of sev- i Roberts: Vanessa Collins, ';Virgie: .r ..,liii, . .Ci ,HI.>isl > .I ,.. ../ tt,,, rvi" .
great attfaHtnx'U l : '.I i jlrt l.ltl( (Spurt} iAlexander Jr., southernitfprtsVhUtiv&'if ',, .bet J1 old :for the inaugural II jostling crowd thinned; set I eral weeks here commencing Mon. Key. Margaret,>Dion, iMr!\ + ..Lettie.I'(1ByCHARLESiP.oSHAEFFJ5R.Hi' t ; : ,'lo; pi bJi or gold cer-"
lie then introduced Artist : the'AtiHJboti'SoWtyV ,
Crimi whose w'o'rideVfuucrea'tipn3will ( : 1 arrived ovtf thd1iiirhnayyesterday l i. iM. EJiCilfondj! acting admlnistratort. ,,I deliberately; soft-spoken Spanishand the Arthur Sawyer Post No. 28. Doris Daughtry/jMary') / : Whitmanh.;I G[i WASHINGTON, Ftbar. t '18 tr: aurrrft, b,. 1( .. .. aw _
adorn tlfieriailhls'and'"ii} )+:t -olternoen' for''a-stiy of I Ii !.F/District Nine, Florida I care-free Cuban laughter i American Legion.' Their tent will Mary Whalton-.r; Dorothy Curry Financial activities o "n.thiB.ad..;' ?v "et r rt ,,45ha3'Q9cnf4strtcltonsl :

of the interior, of thVa'quariuin.One i several' weeks inJKey West.. i'Emergency': Relief<:rAdministraton! ::; ,', crept into the murmer !of the be pitched at Stowers Park :cor and Mary\ ,Louise! Spottswood.-I{..UiinistratioJV leadingrupiv!: :ltha; ?ql e5e pl cejliti; elf, ,on this
of theM!?' <''e n'Be" lctui' [ illMr, Spurtcomc& specificaUYltor urged'"persons"" tb'''-putcha!e their throng. ner Dnval and Division streets The ,twenty: i members i of the .supreme eoU1't..goLd' ; > cla. ideeit r 1 a te'tx 1.p ryp ilwould dinteafesevjtp :
fishermen 'drad'ins,?'rd'a! dot laden tickets ahead of 'tiMe nd"\'oid'' ,: The rancous hoots of automo- where nightly performances will : J JI t; Mrmalrbt{ *jness. j-!
complete a sbrvey--the key '"lor ; chorus of policemen are t ion, saw th 'c unu't gqioff-he .) !legdimsi :a, p4 ;
'with :-is I cBniiReecLw\ {! 7:1t: : a bile horns changed to the plaintive be given. '' ."
fish 3 r the purpose of'locating colonies'of I[the crushing crowds'at the ticket ''I' Jesus Carmona Steve Boyden gold standard and other\*' developments
eV&cerVtatJa'nd? notes of far-off whistling buoys B. D. Heffner business manager -
remarkably' wonderfully boothf tomorrow night. He also ; reverberated'throughout
"' the white heron counting 'thenests Sidney Aronovitz George Perpall which J The following month an executive -
the sullen of the became who has been in the city for f
executed fresco. city
the roar
asked that early to
and estimating the numberof persons go Gerald Pinder Merville Rosam the world. order was issued forbid-
Van Deu.e Heard !I the rumble of surf rolling on the past week arranging details (I
Dr. since the up
birds in the colonies. open-air theater opera and Orlando Carabello Albert Wiggins The day President Roosevelt ding hoarding of gold with certain
Dr. Van Deusen who is director Ornithologist McDonald, who i is to start promptly at 8:30 p. m. I near-by strands; the shuffling states that their show is bigger Warren Hill Richard Lund. took office-March 4, 1933-vir. exceptions of more than'$100
of the Fairmount Park Aquar- was in Key West several weeks i I He was particularly anxious that steps of thousands were transformed better than ever and quite a num-I I Chester Knowles, Charles Smith tually every bank in the nation I per person and providing a

ium at Philadelphia was next in ago and made a brief survey of those who are purchasing tickets i into the murmer of sea-I ber of new novelties their will be here.introduced Lawrence Gomez J. V. Woodson had closed its doors to ward off penalty for violations. -

troduced. Dr. Van Deusen stepped -.", the herons on the keys stated that I tomorrow night get there early so laden breezes lazily stirring cab- during stay I Nicholas Goshorn. Allen Robin. huge crowds seeking to withdraw j; Congress authorized the President -
the abutment I that the last minute rush, be . . ..
I << down from | the Florida keys was the one ec- can -- son. Jerome Berkowitz Herbert deposits | on May 12 to accept silver in

where the speakers and orchestra:'I[tion in the United States where I avoided. Eddy Woodrow Albury and On his second day in the White payment of the debts of foreign
were seated and walking near to;these birds are found today and Today, and until 3 o'clock tomorrow Joseph Pinder.IJIJDCE I House Mr. Roosevelt issued his governments np to $200,000,000;
the tiers of seats, said he would I I it was the intention of the govern- tickets for white persons II famous proclamation imposing a''' to reduce the weight of the gold
feel more at home when closer to ment to take steps to conserve !are on sale at the Key West Drug Get Tickets TodayFOR general nation-wide banking holi dollar_by not more than flfty per
his many friends of Key West. this branch of bird life. I Company and Page's Soda Fountain I BROWNE I day. cent; to fix the weight of the

lie gave a brief but delightfully I Mr. Spurt it is understood has and after that time they will -- Frequently since then han I silver dollar at a definite ratio in

entertaining and highly educational secured the services of King Go- I have to be purchased at the gates. GOES TO MIAMI : come other moves intended to'] relation to the gold dollar, and to
he called .Booths will there at 7 o'clock I I'I'I'
discourse on mez who will have charge of the open
I "PIRATES OF PENZANCESTUESDAY combat depression. provide for unlimited coinage: 'of
the most wonderful aquarium in I boat they will use in making the I it was announced. I During the bank holiday no such gold and silver:at.tb6 rigid
the world and was listened to survey. Mr. Gomez has already One section of bleachers has r banking institution could payout as fixed.

with rapt attention. '. made a casual survey of the keys : been provided for colored persons, NIGHT'FEBRUARY 19, 8:30 P. M. S the Judge Twentieth Jefferson Judicial B. Browne Circuit of, t,any case "or take any other action The president.also.was authorized
Give Outline and located several colonies and and tickets for them are being facilitate"
left yesterday afternoon for Miami which might ,to fix,the,weight of,ttbe'golddollar
Dr. Van Deusen outlined the counted many nests. Sold by Mary Moreno,) Grace Fort hoarding. in accordance .with.anjrJiHternstional
Dillwortfc Grounds
the trial
Pelacios. B. V. Gonzales and Battery ( Taylor ) to preside at of JudgeE. ;
future of the institution its valueto C. Collins of Dade county I Three days later. the emergency ::agreement which.
biologists and students from all NEWARRIVAL ATHERRICK'S Samuel Welters. been arranged Entrance rSouthard Street criminal court. banking act was introduced in might be arranged e:Il)}: tt
parts of the United States and Everything had congress and passed the same A joint resolution: was approvt!
Judge indicted
stated that, ; for taping the opera tomorrow, TICKETS IN ALL..DENOMINATIONSSTILL Collins was recently all inj June 5 author-
foreign countries and j I day. It required "any or ed by eongresson
by a grand jury on chargesof
there was no reason' why it shouldnot HOMEMr. I night. Peter Rotier one of the..West artists ;AVAILABLE, accepting a bribe and also embezzlement ,j dividnals, partnerships, assoeU.'tions i Ins issuance of United States government -
become the magnet which I connected with Key : The trial was docketed 1, and corporations to, pay obligations payable in
would draw thousands of people I. Administration was in charge of Reserved Section SOc, 75c and $1.00 in criminal court, in Dade'county I and deliver to the treasurer of the legal tender money, then in current
setting I
annually to Key West. : and Mrs. Homer Herrick decorating the stage and the for this morning. j j United States any or' ll gold coin use rather than in gold and
Miss Ileen Williams who was announce the birth of a son yesterday -i which has been provided Section for Colored People '. gold bullion and gold certificates" declaring that all debts public
selected as for afternoon 5 o'clock in the around Battery Dillworth was designed -I Wed Ding Com t private regardless of'whether
sponsor the structure \: Until 3 p. m. Tuesday Ticket_at: Ky r owned by them: and
especially for her ouUtand- South Beach Infirmary. The I and executed by him as- paay..i Pafe's Soda Fountain BOXINGTonight On March 10, President,Roosevelt they contain a clause calling
ind efforts in having the aquarium youngster weighed 8 1.4 pounds. fisted by Henry La Caginini and i i issued an executive orderprohibiting for payment in gold, can be satisfied -
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built was next introduced.In I Mother and baby are reported William Hoffman.An i Ticket Booth on CronnJ OPB 7 p. y at High School Gym until ,farther _notice, by payment in legal tendermoney'

making the introduction Mr. doing nicely. I orchestra, augumented by AVOID LAST MINUTE RUSH Cor. Francis and Seminary Sts. .any individual, partnership. 'association This was. the legislation
Stone stated that while the ceremony ,Richard Principale "of the Casa ROJAS JOE RAMIREZ or corporation from exporting under supreme court attack.j .
I was going on he would like Strictly Fresh Efff RobeLewis rt: Marina and several musicians from Souvenir Programs with eomploU personnel of cast 2SrjTjT .1 vs. or otherwise removing Later .the ,RFC announced,. it
I Von Phister street I Miami will furnish the ,music for Admission 40c and 75e J Four ..
to secure a bottle of ginger ale 1611 ""IIIIIIIA" " % from United States domains any (Continued on Fag. )
(Continued on Page Four) febUts: the romantic opera. 1 i.
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THE AQUARIUM ........................ ...ll.aa.a.a..a.a..a.i{ -

... 0l )( Uhs1--- -: O 1- /PitbU.ned ( KEY WEST IN I Today In Hisfory PEOPLE'S FORUM I STEAMSHIP Co.

any Except: Sunday By time ... .1. P & 0
Eight years is a long to Wait for ) ............. .an.aneS UNITED STATES FAST
p. AHTMAV. PmUeMt. most things but it is not so long to wait fora 1546-Died, aged 62, Martin HOME MAIL ROUTES FOR
From The CItizen Building Happening ,Her Just 10 Year I Luther, leader of the Protestant
Corner Greene and Ann Slroet civic asset of so attractive and beneficial Ago Today A* Taken From Reformation in Germany. FORT TAMPA-HAVANA-WEST INDIES
Editor, The Citizen: 1 Effective April 27. 1933
West The File Of The Citizen I
a nature as the Key Aquarium.On I read in the columns of your Leave Key Wett for Havana Tuesdays and Friday, IS:2C
Only Dally Newspaper In Key West and Monroe I
1551 Gregorian University valuable that the Miami I'. M*
Count February 14, 1927, The Citizenwas paper
At the regular meeting of the Rome, founded by St. Ignatius Daily News carried a sketch of Leave Havana for Key West Wednesday and SaranUf
Catered at Key West. Florida as second class matter the first formally to advocate the con Loyola. 9:00 A. DI.Leave.
home of Judge J. Vining
city: council last night final arrangements Key West for Port Tampa Wednesdays and Saturdays -
FIFTY-SIXTH 1E4HMember struction of an aquarium in this com- I were made for taking I lis as being the farthest south 6:30 P. M.
1855-National convention oi 'home in the United States under
.. over the old Wagner I
f tie As..etatel Prr property on Ticket. ReraUen sad latformatUa at Ticket OffUe ew tie
munity. In front-page article publishedon the so-called 'KnowNothing"PartyJ "
a ,
tfhe Associated Prea la exclusively entitled to use 1 Front street at the, foot of jSunon- I Ripley's'Believe It Or Not. Dock fhen. 71
'U..r-republlcat1oa-of or gut otherwise credited All.news in dispatehe able. paper credited and ale t.. that date, various visitors, some of them. I ton. Mayor Ladd was authorized ad'a half which voters.-embraced and a agitated million Would like for you to know J. H...COST ;......
f that the same picture appeared
-- the local news published Leru. nationally known, pointed out the importance to proceed the purchase.with all' The arrangementsfor city proposes I against foreign immigration. So in.the1 Cleveland News' "Believe -- -...---_ .._- .

:: ..': NATiONAl called from .custom its members, 'Jt Or, Not" coJumn. CONDENSED STATEMENT OF CONDITION OF
-- EDITORIALASSOCIATION) ) of building aquarium here. to pay $19,000 for the prop- I .
,had of saying they knew nothing I, .'being a former Key Wester
; ))! erty with $5,000 as the first P:1j- THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
: C/fLLm.h.!A.. 1935 As one of them remarked there is no ment. What the land is to be used I of"secret proceedings. recognized the picture immediate- . r'
other place in the country where so many for was not stated at the .meet ly. -i
SLII4CRIFTIOV! HATES 'I 1861-Jefferson Davis inaugurated I then showed my friends here .. at the close of badness December 31. 1934. i
One Tear __ _ .. _.___$10_0' ing.
six Month .. __.. _. 6.0' varieties of salt-water fish can be ex- President of the Confederate a snapshot of the same home I had Comptroller'. Call
Three Month __'_ .__m__.__.._.. 261'" States. taken while I was there thisspring. RESOURCESIAms
One Month _.,_.- .8 hibited with as little trouble and cost as in The "Follies," which were pre- I I I, .
.:* and Investments J 305.639.43!
Key West, where more than 600 varietiesare sented, last evening for the bene- 1927-U. S. Senate passed hill I II I They laugh too when I Jell Overdrafts _._.._--_. 71.61
ADVERTISING RATES fit of the Woman's Guild of St. establishing control over radio. Banking House Furnitureand
'them of the wonderful fishing
4 I
Made known on application. within a radius of an hour's sailing Paul's church ,was a great suc- i I Fixtures __ 33.082.32
and the sizes, also when I told
SI'UCIAL. NOTICEAll ( cess both financially and -artistic- that thousands of cards and descriptive -! Bond of States and Pos-
resolutions oft
reading notice cards of thank of this vantage point. them about the trained fish at
,ftffrLituary notice, etc., will be charged for at ally. Mrs. Lillian Connally, who literature are being distributed -. Raul's! on the Boulevard. They all sessions of the Umt d
tlrft rate of :o cent a line.i.u'ion And several visitors remarked then staged the performance stated to- and information on Key States __ 139,370.68
for entertainments by churche from which said. "You're a good enter1:1iner- Other Bonds and Securities
U to l derived are C cent a line. day that $650 was realized for West is being broadcast through 74,204.03Stock
t revenue >e and hundreds have remarked since that a i can tell us lots and lots of fish of the Federal Re- '
The Cltlivn In an open forum and Invite diecus-
the received
MOn of public Issues and subject of local or general worthwhile aquarium would be of a decided hall guild. Airs. Connally I many differentchannels.. ytories. And laughed at it. serve Bank ?_.____.... # 6,000.00
"L'r""t but it will not publish anonymous coramunl- of proceeds. :MRS. JERRY E. WARREN, Temporary ,Federal De-
:altlona benefit to residents because of the I News has been received in Key 18609 Cherokee Ave. posit Insurance fund 1954.01

publicity that would be derived from it, Lieutenant Frederick Muller U. : West announcing the marriage of Cleveland Ohio United States Government '
S. N.. commanding the U. S. S. James Alexander Knowles, son of Obligations direct -
IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST leading to many tourists' coming here to Feb. 12, 1935. and .
Bayspring, retired from the nav-I Mr. and Mrs. John T. Knowles of fully guaranteed '.
ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN see rare varieties of fish. al service on February 15, 1925.' Caroline street, Key West, to :Miss Subscribe to The Citizen. 832744.73
Cash and due from Banks. [ ,1,327,913,70Vl
The pulling power of an aquarium He has been stationed at Key Helen Foster of San Francisco. ,
Wet for several years in command Mr. Knowles has been making his BENJAMIN LOPEZ a ,
among all classes,. of peopl..as demon- I" : k : i1.88r ,235.79
1. Water and Sewerage. of ships of the navy. lie home in California for a number FUNERAL HOME, .LIABILITIES ., ofCapital
/! I.
hundreds.. a.
: k I
;, .. : .,r xr strated in Key West of times relieved Lieutenant Thomas _
,1t t2: -r\1 ITT was by -I lof years. CtabiJieJ 49 Year r .,-4 J...$; 100,000.00
S --......... ti" ; 1 .dEring',fhe years Peter Ro 'stocked ',upa James, who assumed commandof y'"y'W. .'. Olde.t 1 Surplus;and Undivided Pro/its, ,, ... ._ ., 65,007,42
lan_ ; $ tank as Mil- the Bayspring:: yesterday. Charles R. Collins one of 'the Circulation- 1 .. .,,.... : : ... _lOO.ooo.ot'(:: ,
... ? "fa'3 ,\,, .. i' single. which ,provided by I owners and advertising directorsof 24-Hour 'Ambulance ServiceLicensed Deposits ;?..... 't-.-,.-....+...,,?,,.,.. r' 1.633,228.37
:' t;.u.: . ioo_,,,, ".. .ton W :'purry, at the foot of.Front streei. The second night of the Shrine the Star-Telegram of Lakeland, t EmbalroerPbono I a: ,.1 i 8M 1rr, 'r
4t IIote.J} jt' *ten :1 '{ tomes about ''fish' in ,;.that tank-' circus was as largely attended as Fla., accompanied by his wife,;arrived 13* N.b'; R9RJW. ...... $1.888,235,79

': g I'AV ..: stories.'lhat first 'appeared in The Citizen was the first and the crowds leaving in Key West today'on their .i' 'f ,I : L. oq ...;
-*** of-
the tent were loud in praiseof honeymoon. They visited the
G. Airports-Land and Sea. -were not only given nationwide pub- the various acts and enter- fice of The Citizen today and said I t

7, Consolidation of County and City licity but were also published in various tainments. The aerial acts are far. they will spend! a while .in Key flo'ydwinllNiI
Governments. foreign countries.One above the average and the prin- West after they return from Havana -I be
cipal net. bare back riding was within the next two weeks.! 't
of the stories that comes to mind cheered loudly and long. The circus They will leave for the Cuban

was about "The Little Runner," the nam.e h being put on by the Shriners city tomorrow. I 'Do" ACCEPTING IMITATIONS
Nobody can be as silly as expert. and the to the
an that The Citizen gave to a runner, a mem-. proceeds go
benefit of the home for crippled !1 The .Twelve Pal Club met yesterday I To ret the original Davis 100%Pore Paint
ber of the jack family, that was exhibitedin II Be -
children. afternoon at the home of I sure to MADE IN BALTIMORE
One thing about "baby" bondstheyfit the tank. At first the stories, run in I Elizabeth Sawyer on Newton.1! look. for Davit .100% Pure Paint JIM dacD.IIUa ram. UK run.

the average purse.It The Citizen daily, attracted hundreds of Editorial Comment: G. II. Dern I street The members rePort a.I p.ae AYSp this Label imitated but never duplicated. .._total_*_
and beat C. R. Mabey for governor most! enjoyable time. The club feet'I.I !ZjJ Davis 10070'Pure Paint conform withs:::=
Westers to the
Curry Aquarium
Key of Utah with the slogan: "We last week at the home of Miss aoDUC' all pare taint Law and .& the only faint .:.=. -
is advisable kto avoid Jersey light- they ready avidly, afternoon after after-:: want a Dern good governor and .Louise! Curry on Fleming: street. ,1 OAP that carric* a guarantee of purity.. :::::".:

ning and Jersey justice.If noon, about the apparently never-ending ,, we don't mean Mabey.*' The wedding of Miss JosephinePark I. ?AINT (oak for this Guarantee on the l4belJ.e':.1-=

marathon in which the runner was en- Bascom L. Grooms of the Three and William Daughtry will w...._____Milo_".hew......NaaotI_...,__.........--. M
somebody wants to reform bridge Way Committee. received a letter be solemnized this evening in the i 8 AU our product *r. AMby u* ut B.Iti.orr and ...tbroufk 0..|..only, : '

players a campaign to eliminate hunch gaged.It was not long before exchanges on I I. from Mrs. Minnie L. Robinson to-f,1 First: Methodist!! church. It is expected -1 i TUEimnAviscaC. { rtabfts" Jess IALTlM E.MltrI

bidders might help. The Citizen's list began republishing the day telling of the work of ad- there will be a very large
I C. ROBERTS Comer Carofee and Wiiam Streets
vertising Key West being carriedon attendance to witness the, ceremony .
stories, :and a little later, Hamilton W. in Tampa. The letter shows I a

Hitler now likes to strut as an angelof Wright, who conducted a news syndicate, ----- -- ---. --. -- -- .-
-- -- -- -- -- ----- -- ---- ------- -- -- ----- --- -
peace, though} .the only book he ever wrote to The Citizen for all copies of the .' 1 '

wrote is titled "Mein Kampf." (My Fight). paper that had contained the stories. A' I'

month or so later the Key West Chamberof t I

Key West was so engrossed in think- Commerce received a letter from Mr. I

ing about the sinking of the U. S. S. Macon Wright in which he said that his ,syn- lake bile CHESTERFIELD i

that it gave only a passing thought to the dicated story, filling a page, had been published a cigarette ,

anniversary of the sinking of the U. S. S. in many newspapers in this countryof .

'Maine. large circulation and also in newspapers f

in several foreign countries. .

Strangers judge a town by the number That runner paced 23 fish to their .

of advertisements in its local news- deaths. Round and round the tank he . . I
.,' '
paper.-Times-Union. That's what we I darted, at feeding time snapping at sar- .'..,:1. .>. .- . '-. ,. "..."... ',. -, .. .q. ,, _

,have been telling the local merchants, lo, dines while he continued his wild race, and

'these many years. jack after jack, over a period of six weeks, ',. .
that, attracted by his running and tryingto .. T.'

There is a rumor afloat that Hearst I keep up with him, died in his wake, : F" .Y;.l: : '::- a

has his eye on the Miami Herald and will actually run to death. '".

soon add that paper to his string. That While that was an unusual story, yet ..r , ,

the Herald did not acquire the wirephoto stories just as interesting may be told day trf) '":* -'.' I

rights of the Associated Press seems to after day about fish, in captivity. And

confirm the rumor. fish in themselves, without the glamor 'of:
Max std al dal ed,
'url r a ..-lip: "f (r.. ill I stories about ',then,. attract practically. ... : -.. ". 'f :S'r" wise 1 a r,

If visitors. :Jarq.lieing goliged-in/Miarai\ everybody.' And :the .greater the;, ;'conveniences M 'f . ,'. '. : \M a D" N7 flu a tz sM w'US 1,171 iLf

'they shouh) !natthdfitgt\ tt1t :reo: Q1 Q.to. :.Key; toexhibit the fish the mole. exJdnsive W t .' '$ :.;,:. 56tI'49 fir: lats't.. Aso. '.,'flp b9Jow a.

I West where a've rni wS0in.e>waits them swill, be the attraction.{ I ,l>PY'r of 1 + a (S' 7t 1. nrr.T I 7 72di

and where even tipping.is,not? only frowned Key West }has.those_ conveniences now

upon but actually there is an ordinance in the aquarium that was dedicated yes- Ora

forbidding the practice. terday. While the aquarium is small, com-

pared with those in large cities, yet, as ,.

"Cause of Macon disaster unknown." scores of visitors have said in the last

The original cause was the foolish act of week, it is probably the most beautiful and /Tai

Congress in appropriating the money to its arrangement the most novel in the

build it.-Tampa Tribune. Let us hope )t 4 S

the lesson has been learned at last. The country.We repeat, eight years ia not a long 4 IY.

loss! has been monstrous. time to wait for an asset as decided as the /

Key West Aquarium.
Eight years ago, February 14, 1927, Congratulations to nil who helped in ;,' ?l'lP'l-

The Key West Citizen started its agitationfor I any way to make the aquarium an accom- / .

an aquarium. The first utterance was"Let's plished fact.PAPERS .
You know I like that
all pull for an aquarium." It seemed cigarette . s :Its :

impossible of achievement then, today it GET ADVERTISING DOLLARS

is an accomplished fact. Key West has its j I like the way it tastes. . there's < .. k..:. : :

aquarium.The Advertising is a big business. In 1934 1 plenty of taste..there.Chesterfield T4 .. ,; . r\i/i1jJ\
1 r1j')' ,
something like $350,000,000 was used for "
IS mild not N % M
circulation manager of The Citi- ;r! this purpose, with newspapers getting the 1

zen reports a 23 per cent increase in local j largest share. : :'. . and .that's:' ,another thing I t '=: ,,- ,

subscription figures of this paper. This is The Bureau of Advertising of the : like in cigarette. ,
a .. a
a natural increase as there has been no :j American Newspaper publishers Associa- : : .P t

subscription contest of any kind. The :! tion reports that national advertisers spent What's_ more, They Satisfy . s. 44o ::< 1/dl.att.--.

Citizen would be pleased to see this com- j $349,500,000 in 1934 with newspapers and that's: what 1 like a cigarette :_ o

munity so prosperous that everybody, with getting 46.7 per cent, magazines 32.5 percent IMq '
the exception of those who cannot read ; chain broadcasts 12.2 per cent and to ry LVCRUTA LILY
English, would be subscribers of this paper. i outdoor 7.7 per cent. ;! J get a Jot pleasure 1 out ofChesterfield f:- soI oIts s oluott
At the present time most everybody in Key These figures apply to: national ad . you know I like t J, rj r >IILIAI C139lI. >!,

West that can read English reads The vertisers. In regards to localadvertising 1; hf 9 P.lf.s tcw..> aiu

Citizen but a large percentage still has the 1 the percentage in favor of newspapers is:j that cigarette. . '.

habit <>f borrowing the neighbor's! paper. } much 'Jugher. .. : J:s.H.. *....)...<. L .-..'I9I7.l. >* ,Altai*' I "ZMtooKfe.. .. .... -:- .
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'.'Y town knockers :who are working too hard. They should

)J men, haughty men, and 1ellou'j. be forced to rest, but WHAT

t El think they are great THEM

A APlO4r1RL itOMANCE t1Y EVAII tYAtti. rt -

t TROP<l: The 'governor hit the edge of the door and 'listened SPORTS T Orf
tol* th. tmotglj frouxtof,ArcJody bowed lead.
tro- tk..awreA 4w D.raya, a wit
sad tin MontanaCM., with Mateo Ton 'knew the old songs" said I Okla l//A/ I
lib rir.good flam/BUhop to Meat fmUiano.U back Won-/or the girl + /
"I love the old songs. said the
(keeper ana
/ to JUl; tJke.t enter the _. .- entire country if a lot of I
old MtUdt p:swddewiy.A8 reaile.ifiat "You have old ways,also.aatd the .
the man au it talking: to to girl. "And a few new ones." .' ._. e.M. .O....a..4 s. town knockers brain home-I' J LI1VTT"JLI1VTT"J -
hot Jt4. V.f k-ai>. he J/antan, I ,
a JOE RAMIREZ NOBASEBALL raisers and hell raisers
kao_ cad katetf ikronffc. Jfcrloo "Are you sad,Hoslta? 'I
..-Bl.ENI.- ",a there one more man In the I UASSED. to some quiet island in the
world like El Keed?" Seas and take a good rest at a;

Chapter 15 "I hope not, poor fellow," said he. i TO MEET ROJAS GAMFS SUNDAY place where they could talk to 1 S

S 'tDVE: :SCENE ,"If: I met one more ]like you, I I \ COLUMN themselves on business in general I 1as.

Should go mad. and their in particular.A .
HERETOfflGHT .......... ..... doings
........ .
"'T'flEBE'ki! jienty d> tronbli> ,(in "Think of this, Rosita. You areheartwhole Due to the rain and coolness of private talk with ones self oft-

you. -BoaUa.: said Montana. and free.You are going -- PERSONALS the weather the doubleheader of, en -does dome good. It also might
".&DJI.1tHh. emerald crows. I swore;I to open for me, this evening, a door I baseball scheduled for yesterday prevent their getting new wrinkles 1
rtat 90 one would recognize me 'Into the tort of Duraya. That's a' i SEVERAL PRELIMINARIES ALSO NOT RESPONSIBLE to the moth afternoon at the Navy Field was on their ereheads and getting old

with such a dark rtdn. Besides. It I good!deed considering What 1 shall er who neglects to give her child called off. too soon.
try to da when I'm Inside.And utter IN FIGHT CARD TO BE i i IF
time since I
ban been a long was
stick of Wrigley's chewing
... I a ,; Incidentally the country as a own a leaky roof
wards the
in Dorajra.: 7 you'll hare fire hundred ,PUT ON AT HIGH SCHOOL gum after administering medi ......................... II rest also.
whole might ,get some
dollarswith which take
you about it with Roofing
tee us replacing Carey
1 looted at roar mare la the cine."Dr. Pediatric. febl8-ltx horae-
fire hundred steps among the gran. Those brain trusters And
vtable.'Sne was too eantttnl> for any GYM THE WEATHERXenqter or Shingles. Our line it complete, so you can
ordinary man to ride. I ran ont'tocaf does Mexico City. ........................
back that poor Benito. Bat he "Five hundred steps You would -. STOMACH ULCER JAS PAINS, ........................ choose exactly Che,right type for the purpose.
hardly have to take five before i AND INDIGESTION victims,
was already in the room. walked yourself Into'a carriage you belonging By OSCAR PITA ; why suffer! For quick relief; Today's Horoscope Not only\ can we give you the highest quality -

"I waited to hear noise. There was to a governor, at least ThatIs Local fight fans are looking get a free sample of Udga Highest t-1-82 ........................ ,,but you will pay no more for Carey ma-
no Jl 1ae. My heart topped.1 began why know. I shall have to ride Lowest __._._62
forward to some unexpected up- Tablets a doctor's prescription,. as.-
terials than will cost
Ito 1{ ask myself who yon were. I beganto a long traU to see yon again. If I lire, fistic at Gardner's Pharmacy. .J Mean _-4.-.-.--72 Today produces lover of good ordinary roofings

half-remember. And yon are El 1 to come out of Dnraya. I may have setting in tonight's program f eb feb6-'l-8-11-12-13-18-19-20-25-- Normal Mean ,11JM..T.,...,_,,r,7JR works and with a royal nature. where. Let us bid on your roof needs
Ieedt"! to ride as far as Paris. Would yon at ,the High School gym. I ; With good powers of persuasion

She was backing toward the door. know me, there" For instance, there are quite a'' 27x *>BfU and incisive manner, a skill of ar- SOUTH FLORIDA CONTRACTING

r ]1wh1 do you sneak away!* asked "That Is what I keep saying and few lovers of the rosin 'smell! who 1 FOUND I Yesterday's Precipitation .04 Ins. gument, there is the groundworkfor 'AND ENGINEERING COMPANYWHITE
i Montana "Call oat! Sing out my never believing. I've taken the Normal Precipitation ? .05 Ins.Tfcl I a good lawyer or military of-
'name predict that Joe Ramirez of Miami record guvtrm :. -..er period AND ELIZA STS. PHONE 598
and there are twenty men money.I have been bought""Only ... ficer. You are born a leader of
downstairs who'll coma fast enough for a good deed Roslta.* will knockout Baby Face J Jt WHITE DOG with license tag BdlBx Tomorrow's at 8 'clock Almaxae.1. ir.raig. men, but .not with ,rood fortune -Y 01lf' Home Is Worthy Of The B.ftROOFINGS "

with your father :Among 'em. If he "Do you mean that yon would ride, Ro'4Key t Wet.in,, the third' number 25. Owner may have 1 1Su'n for the..acquisition _'money.
knew he'* good enough Mexl&n'. to after me-It everything goes happlly -,' schedule dog by calling at Mercedes rises .. 6:58'a.: m.) ,
helDQflt( t my throat!". ?" : I round;bf their eight-,: Hospital and paying for this ad' Sunsets r-_- ,..-. -- -.._ 6:24 p. m. LANDLORD DISAPPEARS

'"T pax': 's :rue. And ha'many'noi! "To the end of) the world." j rounder. ;. ma'windup.! The same feb62t Moon 'rises ___._ :7:3.6 p. m. I
*, Jf "But just now would not have Kid Moon sets .,. '726 : *
know :, .. you fiiQup are xjfJha;opinion.that : ,- a. m.: LONDON' Twelve families liv {
"Why did t send Benito Garz&r to ride.You would only need to walk Tawm'U'illlaild knockout vietary'tenight -,' FOR RENT Tomorrow's Tides : Yi
"Why ''d 0&." ', "And leave the emerald crown'In'"' to his record when,' APARTMENT FOR RENT modern -! High _1036 .10:49 city have ,paid no [rent_ .ini .1?,

*. "Beea1nS'you 'need plenty-of the bands of that General Estrada?" the king of ,the jungles dons the conveniences, 644 William Low 4:18 412 years, the landlord .having' ;dis: ARD FQR OVER GO

moneys-Witt.this much you, ould . ... : gloves with Young Figueredo in street Apply Valdes Bakery., Barometer at 8.. m. today: ,appeared.

,be a lady with a duenna In Mexico SHE lifted her head, finally, and the semi-final. febl6-tf Sea level, SO.ll. I .- .- -- ,- .
City" him a long, long look behind

She tossed back her head and which he could read with a perfect These predictions may prove a 5 OFFICES in the Hellings Build: Lowest .......

caught! her breath. understanding, that many devious hundred percent correct but; chances ing. 319 Duval street Apply to, Highest
"But this Is a game. El Keed.and thoughts were working through her are that those! who are selecting F. W. Roberts, 803 Olivia Station- Last Night Yesterday I
Abilene -36 U
everyone who plays a game with mind. --
the winners for tonight's bat febll-12tx
you Is! sore to lose." "Well.she said,suddenly picking tle will not back up their selections I'Atlanta .._ 34 44 HOUSE

"Until I lose my head said Montana up the tray, "I've sent the messen- with a little social bet or BICYCLES Boston __ 22 S4I THE OF .
ger to your friend. If he comes up I Buffalo ---.- 20 %8.. 1
something in that line. I
"In the fort of Durayar"Or the back stairs, no one worth while or1' Charleston _. 40 62 I
It's a pretty hard propositionto WE .RENT by the Hour, Day
here in this inn. I'm losing It will see him. This evening, if you Chicago _._ 30 82
Week. all makes and
pick winner in the main event
now Rosl t4." knock as I told you on the small a them.with Nn-Enam We Denver ......_.... 40 60
"Look at me, El Keed. door It will be opened. And then- since both principals are of the paint Detroit ___ 28 30 !
"I'm looking RO lta." God defend jrou!" slugging type and either one can' carry a full: supply of parts.
-Galveston _._ 4d 62
"1 am a pretty girl,am I not?" She went out like that suddenly; punch with the came power. They Agent for the Rollfast Bicyclesand .
Havana 66
Tre been remembering you all and the Kid stared for a long mo- both carry TNT behind their sell them as low as $1.00 -
_.__ 46 .64
this time but remembering was no ment at the door which had closed blows. Ramirez, however, has one per week. J. L. Stowers Music Jacksonville
Kansas _.._ 88 48
good." behind her. great advantage in his favor-he Company. janlB-lmo City

"Hut look Fa Keed.fm not too tall After that he picked up the guitar la a lefthand puncher and Rojas KEY WEST ___ 62 82 :

and not too .abort J shall never be And began to sing again almost has never faced a southpaw and FOR SALE Los Angeles ...... 58 78 TAKES PLEASURE. IN MAKING I '

heavy I shall never let lat swallow soundlessly, the love songs of old J Louisville __ 30 32 }
this will be his first experience lots in La
.up my face. 11111&bt fat tike ft re." Spain, and Mexico, all of them sad. FOR SALE-Two Miami ___ 56 80
"Yerall always be lovely Hosita.! But afterwards, he stood for a against a portsider. Baby Face, Gloria, Cuba. One lot in Plaza Minneapolis ..._ 30 32

"I can dance and sing. Also, I can long time In front of a window, look on the other hand, is the more ex Square. One on Market street New Orleans 42 50 THIS Announcement

talk almost like a lady.Some day you Ing out and up at the great squat perienced. This is going to be a Five acres of land one mile and, New 'York ___. 28 40 '' 'I
'may -see." 'I watlj of the fort of Duraya. Some hard battle full of action :from a half from La ,Gloria. Cuba. Pittsburgh __ 26 '30

"You can talk like an angel. where a bugle was blowing thin and the first bell until the last. All free from debts. Price $3- St. Louis _L __ 32 36

Roslta." i small and he could always see the In the semi-final we'll be see- 000. Half trade for Key West Salt Lake City- 28 44
sentries walking their posts on the ing Young Figueredo in his first Address
To be pretty is to work very hard improved property. ; San Francisco 52 C4 ,
and to keep smiling," said the girL walls. appearance in a local ring since owner, Mrs. Ida B. Cheeseman,, Seattle 44 50 I
"Of coarse it Is. Bat you're stopped, U was true that General Estradawas I the time he hurt his ankle during care of General Delivery Titus-;I
Tampa _._..._ 50
smiling! floslta" a warrior who knew his business I / a fight with Willie Jackson rifle, Fla. feb8-2tx I ? ..... 34 48 The following reputable and responsible .company has been appointed -
"111 Lever smile far you," said she. In the world very well. If he bad I and lost the contest by a technical

"Oh. I could look at you and let my been given a province already picked I| knockout when he failed to re- FOR SALE-15 pieces of improved Williston __'_ 30 42 as distributor for Hiram Walker Products in this territory:

heart Jump out at my eyes. But how bare as a stone he had made up for the of
I i spend to the bell for the second Real Estate in CHy
that by robbing a church.And Inside WEATHER 'FORECAST
long would you keep it? on'the
round, bucking up against "Forever," said Montana. his fort one could be sure that all 'I popular Kid Tarzan hard hit Florida Keys. Apply to F.:
"Bah! Your forever is a day or a was working in perfect order, as a Olivia street (Till 8 p m., Tuesday) Cabrera .WholesaleGrocery
looks W. Roberts 803 .
ting youngster who promis- ,
week or a month. And then yon military machine ought to be. febl112txI Key West and Vicinity: Mostly
,would grow tired because you have It was a little later!in the day when ing. Tarzan will be facing a I cloudy, probably occasional rain
'to ride. There is always the other bare feet shuffled on the back stairs. rmart boxer in the person of Now Inc.The
aide of the mountain to see. And Then Rubrix came through the door, Figueredo but nevertheless Bienve BLANK SALES BOOKS. .

(what girl could ride fast enough to, barefooted, with a huge sombrero will have to fight on the offensiveif I lOc each or 3 for 25c at The,

Keep np with you?" tattered straw on his head and the he expects to win. Artman Press, Phone .51, Citizen -

She closed her eyes. mustaches shaved from his face. It is said that if Figueredo Building. octl6

"El Keed!" Even the scar had been covered bran ; makes the mistake of fightingin
House of Hiram Walker is of the international
justly proud
"Ayr said Montana unfading dye and his lips bulged close quarters, the king of the FOR SALE AT

"Kiss me and tell me 10 forget oat In t way that distorted the entire I jungles will make it plenty tough Living room suite, two dressers, I f acceptance of its products. In order, that the complete Hiram
of his face. bookcase Urge and
everything I've said. expression for the former gardener. Tarzanis sideboard, Walker line be serviced the and the
lie leaned over until she could feel The towering bulk of Brother I favored to win by the short small rugs, ,china closet, chairs,' can adequately to public

the. shadow of his face. Pascual entered behind the outlaw.downI I I route. One good blow from ,theyoungster's tables, oil heater, lamp pictures trade, we take pleasure in introducing the bove named distributor -
N'o friend." said he. And Rubrlz. throwing himself medium size Tuxedo -
one i ,
hand and there "I' '1
far '
in a chair first plucked out of his and records and' .this'territory.
Victrola ,
Vf ONTANA,the next morning sat month ,the rubber wadding'which will he .nothing in the ring to stop suit Nelson loose leaf encyclopedia.' Shewors Warnertonight r; 12 Sit rt1

,*** at the table In! his room and saw helpgd disguise his taceheaAe. : Figueredo from going hit? down.Ugh 'Can I I Apply 901 Flagler. Iebl8-l and Tuesday; somewhat Founded.77years i ago, the House t of 'HiramWaIker' has consistendy -
slgaed. .. this boy :Tartan you
.a In a tray loaded with ;
carry -- -Tuesday moderate north .
''savory roast kid such as Mexico ""You've sent .for us, 'Montana.t should-.ask*-Baby Face Rojas;whoRto'ppedlone'of HELP WANTED warmer and northeast winds.; :'> ] produced products that:have.enjoyed the continued-ctrnfidencciof : -' '

''alone Here we are. There la the for*,* n<* ; ; 7tfeBf;plows. with:his,. I, tiP' '
can offer. There were tortillas, :FJ rtdaf Cloudy, probably occasional'"rain1 .r i': / connoisseurs. Their;great' oewdtBeiHlry l : ; O a1} 111.!,
Pascual I srtp ,and .he al.most '
ifrljoles cooked'with- seven kinds of: neither nor as yet one .ehmlast-alondat nigfat WANTED-Ship's Carpenter, ::2: I I II
;:peppers. green and yellow,and red. closer to an Idea 'or a key; fbjt..Ut{ ,:. went down rfot the count,but A. B. Seamen, square-rig' or tonight and Tuesday; I .4s he larin the world.. Led. ':"by'Canadian 'Club"; 'the '*

And a good re<{.wine. >6. to wei5everything ftpen the place*and'give us A way.t the 'bell interferred--. > schooner experience, and one' slowly"'icing temperature Toes-- largest selling bonded whiskey A1rieria;i ''tli&Hirain'' Walker
the em ralds. And here you lio'at, and
down. When be had Your scribe is questioning some Sculleryman. Good wages
soft' ease. like a puma lifer a Jacksonville to Florida Straits: line includes popular products price
eaten, Roslta appeared In the-door. your of the fans' selections by predict- clothing. Voyage to Pacific every range.
"Was everything to the pleasure cf kill till the dogs get wind of you ing victories for Ramirez and Fig Coast and return to Atlantic Fresh north and northeast winds;

the sefiorf she asked. and run you to bay. Is that wine In ueredo.In I' Seaboard within 10 months. Ap-'I weather overcast, probably with Yon .an secure the protection of Hiram Walker quality at
that botUerHe occasional rain and Tues-
He took his guitar and tonight
up main Young
the preliminary Dock Co. between I
from the table. He strummed the made inquiry with his nose Pelican will stack against Joe ply Porter 19th prices that are eminently fair by asking for Hiram Walker
the contents of the up hours of 9 and 10 a. m. on day.East
tight strings with the flat ofjhts and then poured Gulf: Moderate north and
fingers, a breathing accompanl- bottle, uninvited, down ors throat. 1 Zarate in a return match. Two with discharges. febl8-lt northeast winds, fresh over south products by name and insisting that your dealer carry them.
weeks this pair put an ex-
aclgaret. up
After that he made and lighted ago :
"anent hardly larger than a whisper, citing battle. So close was the decision (EMPLOYMENT WANTED portion.
,and the voice la which he sang could showed .
'not have escaped even through an tCopyright, I"|, Harper BroU r.; I that many fans TYPIST-Young man desiree WEATHER CONDITIONS ,
their disapproval by booing the A COMPLETE LINE OF QUALITY PRODUCTS
"open window of the room part or :lull time employment i
Mo.itana explain his plan to. declared the
The girl leaned her hand againstToday's morrow. 1. referee. Zarate was 613 Margaret! street j Pressure is low. this morning
winner in this contest but most of f eb 8- "CANADIAN CLUB" KING OP CLUBS
from the upper Mississippi Valley
--- .- the ringside seaters were of the _.
---- i eastward over the north Atlantic A bonded Canadian whiskey of nipcrior quality. King of blended whukiet.Contain 40 per cent.

........................ violinist born. Died May 17, i opinion that the Hut could have will FEMALE HELP WANTED ] states. Minneapolis Minn., and Aged in wood MX year 5-ycar-old sought whiikrr.OUEEN .
been called a draw. The pair
1840. I .Buffalo, N. Y..-29." inches, East-
air their differences tonight LADIES Earn: money doing. Dt tWXE BOURBON OR RTE OP CLUBS
II i port, Me., 29.62 inches, and snow,
the The Tampa Tiger: well known needlework at home. No can: Bottled in bond'in Canada. Heavy-bodied 7V Lae kltod contains 10 per-cent. tnight. .J
Peabody has'occurred the last 24
1795-George r during '
Anniversaries little will exchange blows vassing. Stampedenvelope S 5Hytv .U.. .
American merchant who established !scrapper I I hours throughout most of this proof AmeriesB-type: whiskey, aged yean.WALKER'S whiskey :, '
Solano in
...........e.a..a... I one of Britain's greatest bank the with curtain the popular opener. These: two brings NOVELTY particulars.CO., Portsmonti.I territory, Boston, Mass. reporting IMPERIAL JACK OF CLUBS .

1745-Count Alessandro Volta. ing houses a beloved philanthropist youngsters are emart little fighter Ohio. :febl8-ltx R fall of 5.0 inches. There Ms also futimlarly smooth Mod lie! S yean old. A"naooth,palatable> blend. Contain 2 J per? cent..,..,

Italian physicist and pioneer in 1l i on both sides -of the Atlantic, and the fans will be surprisedat % i I been light rain in central and, Aged '01 'wood. Bottled in bond in Canada. straight whiskey,sU Jean oW. '
born at Peabody Mass. Died in ":southern Florida and the coast
electricity born. Died March 5.1 WANTED
their knowledge of the game. as SALESMEN
1827. London, Nov. 4, 1869. the bout proceeds. ** .' !'Washington. A high pressurearea I LONDON DRY GIN TIN HIGH

WANTED SALESMEN\ Fast, crested this morning aver '90 proof. Made from nuddlc-nn grain Ip ritI,0 proof might whukey Ttied.

i 1832-Octave Chanute, *' selling Uen' Summer Wash' the :middle Golf coast Galveston ".4W lees ,
1781-Henry Martyn. English,.construction and railwaY'j DIAMONDBAlfCOMING :;:, :; Suits. Ko investment required.,[Texas New Orleans, La., and I II I FIVE O'CLOCK COCKTAIL GIN ROYAL OAKs

missionary to India, translator of,::neer, Chicago manufacturer, Sell for '$6.95 to $9.95. $1.50 I Pensacola. Fla. 30.26 inches, has
red A straight .t a low price. Not
i I especially for cocktails. A whiskey,
the New into the France. weather in the south
Testament neer in flying, born in ;I WEEK to $%.00 cash commission. Write I caused folder I II utif'JcWJJaIored.,
fine raise
Hindu and Persian languages, I Died Nov. 23, 1910. for samples. TOM LARKED Atlantic states, with temperatures 1 at the price.

born. Died Oct. 6. 1812. CLOTHING: CO, Nashville, I 18 degrees lower in southeastern I

I I 1848-Louis C. Tiffany, son of \ Tenn. febl8-ltx 1 Florida and another high pressm:

the founder of the famed New The diamondball game that was area overspreads' wertern.districts'

1783-James Biddle, naval York jewelry house who was one scheduled for tonight at Bayview t AGENTS WANTED ,1 Salt Lake City, Utah, 30.56 inch

hero of the War of 1812. who hadan :of.i the country's most .noted art Park has been called off owing to.. I I es. "Temperatures are generally: Hiram Walker Sons

adventurous career including' ist?, born in New York. Died the cool weather. WANTED Ladies and Gentlemen 1 I above normal this morning: r

imprisonment among the Barbary there Jan. 17, 1933.1860Andrea The next softball game will be to sell Hosiery direct from mall : throughout the country, except I '

pirates born in Philadelphia played on Monday night of next to consumer. Should earn $%5.00 ..ewer 'ootheastern sections and in PEORIA, ILLINOIS . ..- . ONTARIO

Died there Oct 1. 1848. Zorn Swedish week when the Busy Bees will to $100.00 weekly. Write Box the Rio Grande Valley. ;I '.: i

painter and etcher, born. Died 1.meet the Tropical Club, new entry .10-18. High Point N.!C. I[ Official in 4 large. I
feb. s .G. .8. KENNEDY ;
1784-Nicolo Paganini Italian Aug. 22, 1920. in the league. -- w



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................................................ ....SS.................. IMMENSE CROWD CARD OF THANKSWe
take this means of thanking
SOCIETY HERE friends and neighbors END :-: : : CITY ........................ ARRIVES HERE DEDICATION--L- our who many in any way assisted during -0I
S. Cabrera left Saturday afternoon (Continued from Page One) our recent bereavement, the SOONER .u._ _.
Nina de Lisa Leslie, Editress for a short business visit at from some in the audienceand illness and death of our belovedone I :
'PHONE 752-J after the manner of an Hcudini Helen Virginia Key. Especially

................................................. OF BROOKLYN COMES IN Louis Maloney deputy sheriffat CITY SATURDAY FROM champagne, exchange with it for which the the bottle aquarium of- I to do the we donors extend of our the appreciation beautiful I I

Officials Of Federation Of ABOARD PLANE Matecumbe, who was in Key MIAMI I I was to be christened. No floral offerings and to those who
West on business left Saturday ginger ale being, forthcoming, Mr. contributed the use of their cars.

Woman's Club To Visit Here ,afternoon. Arriving Key West Saturday I Stone said he would close his eyes We assure one and all that their

Morris Wideman, prominent froniMiami\ ,._..!"as_ .the Carioca j during the ceremony. kindness will never be forgotten.
business man of Brooklyn: was an I 1 W.'j. Harvey left Saturday afternoon Jfnd,. generally known as Men- When the laughter following the febl8-lt TilE FAMILY.
Mrs. T. V. Moore, State President members and interested out-of- arrival by plane this morning to i for Matecumbe for a visit doza's Cuban Rhumba Orchestra.'This I !speaker's remarks had subsided!

of the Florida Federationof 1 town guests are invited to be join his mother and brother Mer-i with relatives. : musical aggregation came II'' Miss:Williams arose and said: "It KAPPA PI

'W men's Clubs of Miami and present. yin, who have been in Key West to Key West'for the purpose 'of, is:with a great deal of pleasure I II Washington' BirthdayDANCE PANOPTIK BIFOCALSNo
I Mrs. Moore and Mrs. Stephenswill for the season. I Walter Kemp left Saturday afternoon ! rendering music here during "La I that ,I now christen this the Key
M)*. T. T. Stephens, Vice Presiding I I stumbling! No jumps]
also attend the opening of At the beginning of the season i for Miami for a stay of one Semana Alegre" celebration. i I West Tropical AquariumAnd
\ of Section Eleven of the I the Flower Show and the Concert M/s. Wideman, son Mervin and week with relatives. ;The orchestra is composed of then followed the crash of glass as The correct positioning of its
federation; *, also of Miami, will be Tea to be in progress on the open- Miss Lillie Ganson arrived for a I he-following members: the bottle of sparkling wine was I Friday Night optical center makes Panoptil ian
the guests of the Key West Woman's ing afternoon of the show. short stay. So delighted with the I Mr. and Mrs. lIelio Renedo and I Enrique Mendoza. Antonio San- broken on the abutment lending CUBAN CLUB easy bifocal" for patients iff

Club on Wednesday of this, Key West will be indeed climate and attractions in Key I children were arrivals Saturday ches Ricardo Ysidron, Louis Cara- the final touch to a most impressive Cent 75c Ladle Free "get used to. Jump of image I
week. 'i I honored by the visit of these two West were they that they decided -:from Miami for a stay of several ballo Pedro Pages Roberto Cam-i moment. I as vision passes from the distance

These two prominent ladies will I I socially prominent clubwomen, to remain for the season. i days with relatives and friends. pina and Jose Mendoza. I Mr. Stone then presented the portion into the segmentis curbs

speak at a special meeting to be I I and the Woman's Club and Garden Before leacing they agreed it I-I aquarium to Mayor Malone. who I MONROE THEATERBert eliminated. Sidewalks,
and in their
held at the Public Library here Club of the city unite in ex- would be nice to have Morris I accepted in the name of the city steps appear
Immediately preceding official''i I tending them a gracious and come for several weeks and he ar. guera who were spending a vaca- SOUTH FLA. CO.OFFERS "with reservations." The reservations -i i Wheeler-Robert WoolseyKENTUCKY and normal positions.
opening of the Flower Show. This hearty welcome, and will do all in rived by plane to remain for the tion in Havana and other pointsin were not stated in detail -In- DR. J. A. VALDES
meeting will take place from 3 to'I, their power to make this visit enjoyable I rest of the season. Cuba returned Saturday on the PRIZESWILL but one of them is that for the I;I KERNELS

4 p. m. on Wednesday and all for them. Mrs. Wideman has told friends Steamship Cuba from Havana. present the maintenance of the institution I I Orlnocon Soft-Lit License
Balcony lOc
; -
that before leaving she will make will be taken care of by 532 Duval Street
15-20c Night, 15-2Sc
Merlin Monsalvatge was an arrival J ;
i arrangements if possible to secure the FERA. I 1! J
Key West Society Starts Off i a home for next winter and yesterday from Miami for a BE When the merriment following! -- -
I i spend it in Key"West.VISITORS short visit in connection with his SUGGESTION ON WHAT TO the mayor's brief but pointed remarks -

With New Week Of Activities home on South Beach. CARRY IN STOCK had subsided. the orchestra Mili- {.I.
: played F. Schubert's March
-- HERE Richard Gilbert came in yester- taire, bringing to a close one of the
Today begins a week of almost. Mrs. Janice Lewis. Mrs. Carl Ber- day from Miami for a short visit ,Housewives of this city nee4 most delightCnli but ,w4thal; Jnv,. 'bA. OUJi! .MostH.
unparalleled the part valdf,. Miss *\Emily"Crosland: Mrs. ? Nl't' UCH''PLEASED with friends. not spend one cent to share in the pressive events which has b jen
EeyLest. Arthur Brown MrsrEva: Warner" valuable prizes offered this week I '
!fsciety1in\ ; elebrated in Key West for mahypi
First of 1:
Avei '' ohnson, Edmund Curry : I iCH1 1 nJ or Philip Henson arrived 'yesterday by South ,Florida Contracting and II ; Offe'r 9;
all, continual streams of visitors George:WhitefF; !. 'Eaddy',''A'E I : from Miami for a short visit Engineering Company. Yer, : .ClJlUg' y. w...> -:

and house guests have.,b,en com Fisher:and'Frarik'Alvarez.: .it I OHIO..-.AND. NEW-JERSEY RESI- with relatives.C. Beginning today three free ;BEAR P'S'bI'EXti4' ; lSu (von ijic prn qaijX! ;!A" "n&uion ou gwjn, S
thesa ,to :The 11S psttally 'selected"pirate' :J--:: 'h i : prizes are being awarded daily to w N-I' '', "
ing in since' Saturday, HEREAmong WORKS. 514'M ARGARr14tt: ot .j 1IEC! ...., G' MVUJ' S,
enjoy "La Semana Alegre/f'? in chorusf 6nilsts of I Ralph Boyden, ; tDEN.TSSOJOURN. J. Peat left on the afternoon ladies of this city who visit this PHONE 152. .
Nr.r' I MG4cQ| ufbacv.
11. rih"tf :: train for Islamorada to store and write on a card "what EL-- Si
progress this week. .I'n! 0 K'Ctirry1'Moreno, C. G. Hicks N. YESTERDAY yesterday :
Tomorrow::night1 "The B.J'Bh nnah n.l lbomasflC'urryRfh : r .T'M take charge of the stone cutting you think this company should carry V ( **ji; : "' e'wi
of Penzanee" operetta Pirates/ 1 Feal l.'Odilio Borges, ''John operators who are preparing the in stock that it does not"A Lt. Gen. Sir Henry Wilson, not- S' -
/ ed British soldier born 76 years
prize of a 33-piece .
place and it is Bennett Dr. B. R. Bales Andrew the visitors yesterdaywho stone for the bridges. special
pected that this presentation will Braunn, N. G. italoney William expressed themselves as being dinner set will be awarded for the ago .
be very largely attended and will Hoffman Townsend Morgan, particularly pleased with their John West left yesterday for best suggestion drawn from the '
I John Cordell J. T. Williams Miami after a short visit with best daily five suggestions on Sat- '
prove an outstanding success. I short stay in Key West and expressed -
As previously stated, especially Curry Harris and James Bennett. a hope to return for a relatives and friends. urday evening. February 23.
in this
designed costumes will)) be used in This affair has created more more lengthy stay were groups An advertisement
the operetta, and the principal than casual interest, and is looked from Ohio and New Jersey.In Miss: Florence Van Sickler of shows a list of the daily prizes tobe i--: .

roles will be played for the most forward to with keen anticipation. one party were Mrs. Reah the rural rehabilitation section of awarded. today."I
the left yesterday after
part by local people. including Winchell, I. Englander and R. C. FERA :
noon for Miami after a short visit,
Bergman, of Avondale, Cincinnati A.-i with friends. COLORED WOMAN I
; Mrs. S. A. Martin. Mrs. I .
Luncheon Given At I K. Porter and Mrs. E. Klinger of:
Enjoyable Mrs. Raybourne Gwynn left
This Waldorf Installed
I 13C4 Washington Avenue Pleas- yesterday for Miami after a short GIYENJEARING Range Free .
Hotel antville N. J.
Casa Marina
Yesterday Before returning to Miami: on visit with her mother Mrs.: Benjamin '
I the afternoon train they said so Demeritt and other rela- Jennie May Phillips, colored, Washington Birthday bk You do not need to guess at the cost of cooking tI..:

Following the splendid dedicatory -I I cial menu masterpieces of the pleasant had been their stay they tives. was given a hearing Saturday electrically. You do not need to take any one' word
ceremonies at the official culinary art, had been preparedfor regretted not having made arrangements morning in the court of Justice Costume BallFEBRUARY S- for iL You can find out definitely for yourself without
opening of the Key West Aquarium the occasion. to remain for a more Mr. and Mrs. Charles Albury of The Peace Gomez on a chargeof S buying a range or making a penny's investment. We
yesterday, a large and brilliant During the luncheon a musical lengthy vacation in this delightful and niece, Miss Doris Albury, arrived assaulting Viola Knowles, also Bk will let you u.. this range in your own kitchea for three

luncheon took place at Casa, program) was in progress, aug- city. yesterday afternoon from colored. -0- months without any obligation whatever
Marina. I mented by a vocal concert beautifully Miami for a short visit with rela- During the course of the hearing 22 1935Dinner

This luncheon was attended by rendered by Mrs. Eva Warner tives and returned on the after it developed that the original - See us for, complete details ,regarding this planSinMlSM
prominent Key Westers winter who sang several numbers, PLANE LEAVES noon train. starter'of the difficulty was the .
visitors and distinguished out-of-: among them "La Golondrina" and Knowles woman who had thrashed 7.8 '

town approximately guests, the one total hundred numbering and "Sobre There las were Olas.several" brief ad- FOR/TORTUGAS who Mrs.were Paul spending Daniels several and weeks baby the the Phillips scrap woman which followed.as a preludeto $2.00 Dancing PER 9-12:30 PERSON Is The Key West Electric Co. S

with Mrs. Daniels' parents, Mr.
The commiting magistrate released -
twenty-five, and was a magni- dresses by prominent guests of
A. F. AYALA, Sales Manager
left Sat-
and Mrs. William Cooper, and I
the Phillips woman
ficent affair. honor, all combining to make the CASA MARINA
SEVEN PASSENGERS ARRIVEDIN urday afternoon for the home in held the Knowles woman under
There were colorful table occasion an eminent and successful ''V"II.I..II.I.lIII.lIIIJT'
decorations I affair of the first Miami. f50 bond on a charge of assault
for the luncheon consisting magnitude CITY SATURDAY FROM -- -.- --- -

of centerpieces of rock, one that will not soon be forgot"I MIAMI Captain E. C. Bomar U. S. A., and battery. i C.l.lI.l.l.lI.l.l.lIII.l..l6 rG'ff.lIIG .l tiI ?
roses and sea shells and a spe- ten by those participating. I
and family, who were spendinga ,
- while in Key West left Saturday CUBA BRINGS IN \

Junior Club/ Holds. Country Club Dance Passengers arriving by plane afternoon Tampa. on the S. S. Cuba for I FREE
from Miami 105 PASSENGERSSteamship
Saturday morning
Enjoyable SessionThe Was Much EnjoyedThe George Brunson Richard

were Principale, :Major Alex McMullen, Lynn P. Talley assistant to the Finance TO LADIES OF KEY
regular Friday afternoon Country Club dance held Paul Meyer, John Wynne Amond directors of the Reconstruction Cuba, of the P. and

social meeting of the Junior Wo Saturday night for members, win.1ter Touscany and Mary Touscany. Corporation. who was spend-Westat O. S. S. company, returned Saturday
West took' colonists and out-of-town] Shortly after the arrival of the ing a short vacation in Key afternoon from Havana DISHES AND HOUSEHOLD
man's Club of Key the Casa Marina, left Saturday
guests was very'colorful, exciting 14 excursionists were taken with C8 first class passengers and
last week at the Woman's] Washington.J. 3 FREE PRIZES DAILY
place afternoon for
and successful. for the trip to Tortugas. In the seven second class for Key West;
Clubhouse on Division street with It was an ideal night for a I group were: Fred Snite Fred 27 first class and three second BEGINNING MONDAY, FEBRUARY 18 UP
Mrs. Katherine Thompson Miss{dance, and taking place as it did Snite Jr., Dr. Charles Mueller, S. Blair U. S. inspector of class passengers for Tampa. SATURDAY FEBRUARY
Louise Lee and Miss Wilhelmina in the tropical atmosphere of the; Dr. Henry Langhorst George hulls and I.V.. Sullivan U. S. inspector The vessel sailed 6:30 o'clockfor ,

Goehring acting as hostesses. I Country Club,1 was more than'enjoyed ,Cannon, Louis Curtis, Jane Wool- of boilers, who were here Tampa with 37 passengers! and We want all ladies..in Key West to drop in. and
An excellent] program '. was by1 the"!"'large' numb ru' fperboni'pr fit, Gerald Marfleet Julius Stone examining owners of motor boats freight. write.on a.card, (whic we will furnwh> given and appetizing refresh ) itentl OO C (f 1I! I
: < Jr., Mtrs.\ Virginia kk in stock\ that we Jiay$Wt. at present. t_ -'
ments served. Every member of ; excellent cidanc1! profcramwas'furnished kopftnVifced( fv4 v ikopf, B... M. ships left Saturday afternoon for Clyde-Mallory Lines arrived yesterday I PECIAVPRli "
the large attendance' expressed ''b '.."lively ioWredorchestra''I Duncan and Earl Adams.: headquarters in Tampa. 12:30 o'clock from New I of a 33 PIECE DIfWEBLS .

themselves '.as., having.& a mw t and"'UteVentirc evening O, UO V'M? "" '/-"_--. York and after discharging heavy I ,the'beir iugV Kcf?3rkyrn from the best daily five .

delightful' afternoon,, rot .. wad:one/of/ :exceptional l'charm'and Mrs. Beale, wife of A. C. Beale, cargo for Key West, sailed 5:15 EveD1ngFebruary ?3
Wjoyment\I; )' pqiiitaiJht. ('Ind.' UGH TENDERS general manager of the railroad o'clock 'for Tampa and New Or? 6lJ .
Church Choir ,To l :- ..-., -P'J?."Jt ItPllr' a r .p'. arrived Saturday in Private Car leans: \ l : '; I; ,'*-r i L\ Y P R i Z E I
: "" ",!It. AWAY FROM PORT 95, in company with Mrs. Dave | T
Hold Exhibit Jt. Meeting Sholtz. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 18 'fRt1RS

Was Postponed Skin Tbrmeni 4 1st Prize--1 Large Ornamental 1st Prize

A hand work sale and exhibit Bishop Patrick J. Barry, of St. Mirror. Basket.
will be sponsored by the Junior Announcement was made today ALL BUSILY ENBACED IN I Augustine, who was in Key West Itchin .rou|relieved hness.Pfll: \ 2nd Prize-1 Water Set (Six 2nd Prize

Choir of St. Paul's Church at the that the regular monthly meet- : VARIOUS OPERATIONS OF presiding at the ceremonies of I erackin and improved!.easily with 1 II 4k; Glasses). Skillet.

empty store building, 60.1 Duval 'ing of the Key West Junior- confirmation' at St. Mary' Star of soothing :: 3rd Prize-1 Large Platter. 3rd Prize
street. Senior High School ParentTeacher I DEPARTMENT the Sea church last Friday, left i Resmol jSl Measuring
Those!'! in charge of the affair Association would be postponed Saturday afternoon for his home. I

state that in addition to the large from tomorrow evening until the Lighthouse Tender Ivy is still I TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 1'9 FRIDAY best"I
number of work crochet Jackson and baby, I ( 1st Prize
fancy Mrs. Earl
Artistic Casserole
1st P.rize-1
following Tuesday.ADMINISTRATION on the west coast of the HAND WORK SALE I
and other hand made items on who were in Key West with Mrs. I Cracker
- ---- where Superintendent. W. De I and Plate.
sale there will be a lovely display ' Jackson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. AND EXHIBITAuspice 2nd prize
merritt is conferring with business I 2nd Prize-2 Qt. Aluminum Pot
'I Southard I
of beautiful quilts and other Claude Johnson of Boiler
individuals concerning
hand made items. IS SUSTAINEDContinued firms matters and relative to the depart. 'street! left yesterday for :Miami l St. Panl' Junior Choir I 1 With Lid. 3rd Prize
The sale will)) start Wednesdayand ment. where Mr. Jackson, who is a mateon 604 Dnv&l Street a 3rd Prize-Steel Frying Pan. Brush

is expected to last until ( From Page One) Tender Poppy is at Boea Grande the S. S. Florida and Mrs. Starts Wednesday, Feb. 20

Saturday. would accept newly-mined gold in constructing a boat house at Gas- Jackson, are making their winter '
payment for its debentures, at the parilla Island for use by the personnel home.J. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 20 1st Prize
Enjoyable Concert rate of $31.36 per fine ounce as of the light station at the 1st Prize-1 Electric Toaster. 4 Qt. Tea j
compared with the statutory value island. N. Watkins, engineer with the 1 PALACERay 2nd Prize-1 Glassbake Dish. 2nd Prize
At r Cora Manna of 2067. aviation branch, U. S. N.. was an ,
Tender Poincianna is in Miami Walkus-Arline Judge 3rd Prize-1 Large Aluminum Jug.
The treasury, on Dec., 28. required harbor attending to the buildingof arrival Saturday from Kingston, -in- _.; Pan. 3rd Prize
One of the most delightful mu- every person to turn in all lighted iron structures I 'marking -Jamaica, via Havana, accompanying [ MILLION DOLLAR BABY
iical: events of the season was the gold coin bullion and gold certificates the main channel.SANCHEZ Mrs. Watkins and the children. Comedy and Short Reel Daily prizes will be drawn every evening. :

concert yesterday afternoon at owned, not even permitting Joan Martha and Nancy Lau.ona Matinee 10-15c; NigLtl5.25cj first prize; second card, second prize; 3rd card,
the Casa Marina by the hotel or the $100 exemption.The vacation with relatives. '
chestra augmented by eight musicians The gold reserve act was approved BODY .-. From the daily suggestions will also select
from the symphony orchestra Jan. 30, 1934 fixing the! I I MUNSON ISLANDFISHING day. One will be drawn from these 30 suggestions
of the University of Miami. I upper limit of dollar devaluationat KEY WESTCOLONIAL CAMP February 23. The winner to receive a 33 PIECE
Under the direction of Richard CO percent of gold weight. It DUE HOTEL.In
Principale the following selected also transferred titled of all fed- Operated Best by R. M.Coast Ellison r We aim to ctrry a complete line of .
Fishing on want you to call day next week and tell us
program was played: eral reserve gold to the government the Center of the Business Guides and Boats AvailableSea every
I. %'alencia-Jose Padilla. and created a $2,000,000- body of Jose Sanchez, who and Theater District
2. "Spring. Beautiful Spring"Paul 000 stabilization fund out of the died in Tampa Friday will arrive '
Lincke. so-called "profit" of any subsequent tomorrow on the Steamship Cuba. \First ClaF"lI'eproof- for ReservationsPost South Florida Contracting &

3. Tannhauser, opera-Rich. devaluation. accompanied by Mrs. Sanchez and Sensible Rates Office Ramrod Key-
ard Wagner. The president issued a proclamation members of the Odd Fellows and .
Accessible by Rail or Ahto to Phone 598
4. La Fete de Sevilla (Bolero) on Jan. 31 revaluing the Caballeros de' la I Luz lodges. COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEN Ramrod Key .
-Marchetti. gold dollar at 59.06 percent of its Lopes Funeral Home will have Camp Boat Meet Guesia "Your home worthy of-the

5. In a Persian Market-Albert -. former gold content, and the charge of arrangements, and the Garage Elevator Rites* $5.00 Per Day- I IVI.lI.IIIII
W. Ketel Bey. old cases" in the courts followed funeral will be heldtomorrow aft-] Popular Price American Plan .
C. Star Spangled Banner. _ __ ernoon at 5 o'clock r ,,


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