The Key West citizen
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048666/00447
 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: March 6, 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: UF00048666:00447
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Associated Press Day Wire Key West, Florida, has the

Service. I ;be' 1Kep 4itzt, ([ ttr3cn, most equable weather in the

For 55 Years Devoted to the country; with an average

Best Interests of Key West range of only 14* Fahrenheit

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Oliver- Wendell Holmes Former !STAMP EXHIBIT FIRE DESTROYS I QUIET REIGNS AT !! Age-Old Conflict Of. Europe ,And Africa '


Supreme Court Justice, Dead I.I. THURSDAY NIGHT: STRUCTURE LOCATED ON t NO DEFINITE-TIME SET FOR I Echoes in Italian Clash With Abyssinia

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I An alarm from Box 131 at William it!. Duncan engineer in i iJ' '

Away Nearing Ninety- SHOW IN MIAMICHIEF :, OF COLLECTIONS and Caroline streets early J'I' Matecumbc charge\ of the and bridge other activities projects on at 1 1I :! FINE RESORT i HAVANA TOW\ Racial Clashes Nears

Fourth Birthday this morning called fire apparatusto i Parting Of WaysBy
I I the keys said today that all is I II i -
Tomorrow night at 8 o'clock, work on a burning building ossawyer's I I I
i which from I Ii
I I the first Key West: Stamp and Lane runs end I i I ,
411? .'_I..d lrri.WASHINGTON ..> AND WIFE PLAN TO LEAVE :! Coin Exhibition will be opened by t Caroline to Eaton street. j i normalcy reigns. I| BY EXCELLENT BRINGING IN SHIP WHICH MELVIN E. COLEMAN
I matter of fact there has
,. D. I i t f (Associated Pros Staff Writer)
TillS AFTERNOON FOR DISPLAY : Mayor William II. Malone in the The building! WES badly damaged -! lee,, no actual disturbances: : at the i| ANGLING AND OTHER OUT- WAS STRANDED ON BA. Italy clashing with ,Luini.
C. March 6.. Oliver
TO OPEN TOMORROW i; showroom of Gato & Navarro, and! only efficient work of the !I camp it was learned from Mr.i \ .!! DOOR AMUSEMENTS I llAMA BANKS and "pacifying" southern Libya
Wendell Holmes, 93, ; department prevented a serious i Duncan right after the call was I II
i I i Inc., at the corner of Duval and I I i the French foreign legion slogging .
former Supreme Court I fire, it was said. I isrued for the troops and the only -- I
Malone i; Southard. Chief Baker said the building i I I I Since its number of I Warbler from i i through sand to fight Berbers
justice, died at his home Mayor and Mrs.! W. II. ,I reason they were called out wss' inception a Wrecking Tugs i

here early this morning. plan to leave this afternoon for I The display. \vill feature the educational -j which is owned by R. B. Curry,1 to prevent any trouble which may I'! years ago, Pirates Cove' Fishing Key Wet, and Relief, from New'i Spanish: soldiers guarding Moroccothey're *

Miami Beach where they will at- i and recreational; 'value was occupied' by three Baker{ have been brought on by the dis- arrived in 'o'clock this I all just modern reflections .
I port
lie would have reachedhis i Ccmp has been recognized:: as one I
tend the Fifth International lor stamp collecting. In some fifty ]; brothers! spongers who have been 'gruntled clement and dissensjonfometiters '
I morning with the Steamship Havana -i of one of the oldest
ninety-fourth birth since' Friday of last-week. who I of the 'finest and most attractive
Tropical Flower Show which opens :frames there will be shown hun- away j w6Ire responsible! I
i The fire of incendiary for the unsettled of the Ward Line in tow, rivt'ries in history-the contest
day tomorrow in the Miami Beach was ; conditions in I
anniversary next
dreds of rcscrts on the Florida east coast
i stamps from all over the
Gardens. i origin said the' chief, the entire | Camp Number 3. I and anchored in Southwest ChanneL I between southern Europe and
Friday. The invitation to Mayor and ;i world-littte gay-colored pieces: of Etruclurc giving evidence of hnving -j Lieutenant William Roberts,1: and is' jut 20 miles from Key II :I northern Africa.
or all America's great, probablynone : paper but they tell the story of j!' been saturated' with 'kerosene. !!' [ .
Battery "F; of Key West came West.
Mrs. Malone personally extended -
lived more aloof from his civilization. They commemorate',: There was no insurance earned. Early Sunday morning January: I I Spanning| or circling the blue
fellow men than Mr. Holmes. by Mrs. J. Julien Souther- I jn on the train from Matccmnhe\ I!' With'its excellent facilities for f the Warbler was advised! of the .
great! events that have taken place, 'I -- -- this: afternoon and told The Citizen : I i Mediterranean Latin stock has

For nlmo.'t the celebrated three quarters Massachusetts of a land founder and president of the : immortalize heroes, poets and YACHT PLACIDA everything was quiet in the j,,I enjoyment of all !kinds, includinga {stranding of the Havana on Man. t fought Arabic stock in those

century exhibition some time ago. brave women. I I | camp but no orders had been i.-1 I ;i tanilla Reef, Bahama: Bjnks, 1' arenas since almost the beginningof
jurist, scholar and foldier. Julius F. Stone Jr., state adninitrator :: sued! a. to when they were to be I i capacious swimming pool fi h- i I about 05 miles from the coast ofI :
; human records.
So is
devoted! his tremendous talents ; fascinating the hobby that ARRIVES HEREVESSEL j
of the Florida Emergency : iclieved from duty on the keys. !I I I
and energy to the service; of his I, famous men like President Rouse-: |: I in r and pleasure craft cf all kinds I Florida. Alexandria by its name still
: lie is to return this afternoon. I
country and its citizens. Yet healmo'f relief administration has ., volt King George of Kngland: the j Immediately the tug was gotten testifies to the time that Alexander .
always looked out on life al.'o been extended an invitation. ''I'rinct' of Wales and many others' ------ : unsurpassed: cuisine and unexc?lI- I ready, an extra wrecking crew was'j I the Great added Egypt to
from the seclusion of the supr'mecourt I'lans for the Key West exhibit are stamp collectors. I II I ; PLANE CARRIES : ed I service, many notable visitors :hipped| the vescel cleared by the :: his Macedonian empire. Ancient
!I The West and Coin' !
Key I
through his windows Stamp
or study -
were completed several days! ago.. ;//Exhibition will be made an an- j I have been attracted to this health I Porter Dock company and the I Rome strove through three Punic

lIe kept tep mentally however, This will consist: of a background I nual, event an official of the :sponsoring
with the mighty panorama of a painted by I members of arti.'t society said! today thus''1 camp.Among succor: and salvage. I C.. to> overcome the North Afri.
changing:: civilization-in touch colony now residing here. There adding one more attraction to the ];I I' 1 I I them are Senator Wil'iam -I From that time until the ship of Carthage.
with the progress:: and problems of wil! be a thatched cabana: similarto I winter activities of our city. | ht Placida arrived in port !i There were nine passengers: I : Gibbs McAdoo of California, j was freed several days thei cans
the plain citizen and jealousy tho. now in use at Rest: Beach.: Admission to the showroom i iI is this morning from Havana and is leasing on t the plane yesterday J i v.bo there in April of 1-ist 'i.i Ameiicans Ston Piratesi
watchful a, a supreme court justice Marine gardens material for I free becaurc this is a display for expected to take on supplies: and afternoon for )Miami as follows: I I was i i I %Warbler later joined by the Relief -'I i A wave of Saracens swept from
of the rights of the individual hich were assembled, several j the general public. At the literature fuel oil at the Porter Dock com George Kirkley. Scott. Julia, year and attributes his rapid recuperation i| continued the salvaging op- I i lIed Sea to the Atlantic, cio5cd:

under constitutional guarantee. weeks ago. will include! many rare : table magazines will be given : pany. I George; Junior and Rosa: Kirkley; ':: from an illness to the ration:; until success met their cf- : the straits: of Gibraltar and over
Of end beautiful :specimens. ; away. i The 'nJoornr : delightful -atinospherc and pleasant : forts. There I(
Philosophy Loneliness Placida is under charter to Howard dtl, Frank Marino \ were many: days, .
ran Spain in 711 A. )> staying
Keynote to the Holmes manner ------- : There will be no retting facili ; Duncan McMartin of Montreal\ Anthony and Agne. Rctaliatta. : -I surroundings. however when! high winds and ,
of living was one of his few NEW SITE FORCARNIVAL : t Promptly( at 8 p. m., the president ; Canada: who has as his gue'tr. . I i The senator and arty of friends I tempestuous seas prevented any i: there for 300 years.
preachments: "A man of nijjh!: ambition ! of the society; will commence ( Charles J. Hcidsick and wife of There will be no flights) to or I Lird of operations. !I I Some 400 years later Spain was
must leave) his fellow adVenturer I the opening cx(" cises. He willj! ,Rheims, France, and Mr. and Mrs.\ ,/jpm Key West today as Wedn s- 'I. have secured reservations. at .the It was learn'WJll. ., o4)I tj .(ightingthuMrs.4n.s4strth1Africa. : & 'k;
and face the lonelinessof : HAS I I < onv'y the personal greetings of ,,WtHace) T. Orr and Miss Carolyn day is eliminated from the sched- camp' again thisyear and are ex-1 (he 'S. S. Havana will :remain at .

original work." President Roosevelt: and fevcral,f New hall, of Montreal ule. jected to arrive ay Friday of this the present anchorage for feveral When the United States. was

In the ftudy of his graciously .BEENOBTAINED cabinet members. Then the mayorof I .---. -- -- .- .-- -- .-- ---. v.eek.Since. I tit Y5 while divers arc examining Lut an infant republic, the pi-
(,Jd-fa hlon'd home a short distance Key Wet will formally 01)00the I the departure of Senator the hull and making some repairs. ,
I j rates of tile wurbury from the White House, the i exhibition. McAdoo\ end his' party last year, j The! Warbler is expected to arrive -
French and Italian
J I Spanish,
inowy-haired justice spent much : The complete display will befhown : I TODAY'SWEATHER: ] a number of stories have appeared I' at the dock within the next chipping upon which ventured too near
cf his! time in "original work" ami TO OPERATE ON UNITED : only on Thursday night : in the Magazine, Esquire: from 21 hours to be refueled and pro- the African fchore and kept it up
in association! through the medium I from 8 to 1& o'clock. I ... the pen of Captain Harry Ashe, \irioned and held in readiness in American undu
MAR- until frigates
of his hookq. with the great STREET BETWEEN ;; This exhibition has reminded! a pilot! of the :enator's private plane the event she' is needed' in West
in law: anti in literature. CARET AND WILLIAM INSTEAD I I fr-on of Key West of hi? home town I Temperature Flori-la: Occasional rain tonight p.nd thee: stories were written at Indian waters. I,' Stephen Decatur, Jr., bumbled.
Th rising: tier tier t<. I| \\hich he left long:: ago. highest .. 81 and Thursday! ; colder Thursday Bound( from New York to Havana : the dcy of Algiers at. Tripoli.In
re. upon Pirttes Cove.GOULD
the ceiling were books by the OF FLAGLER FIELD !! Th? Philatelic Society has received I Lowest .....::::::.:::'.:::.::..::::::-::::::::74 -- I I th? Wad Line steamship i 185'J: : and 1893:) there were

hundreds big legal tomes and ths the following ]letter. : :Mean ......... . ............................78 ;I\\ \ ). ,Jt vent aground early in the morning wars between Spain and Morocco! ,
vork, of the classicists of many "My congratulations for your Normal Mean ."...... ................72 [ l? .J'-lM1! FUNERAL of January 0. The verel carried but probably the moat dramatic
sg< and, countries. Far from the Firemen's carnival I will not beheld fociety in my beloved Key We'ct. ]!I Rainfall( f' ( "'. passengers anti freight. Jutt: after modern struggles: took place there

turmoil of politics and commerce.he Et Flagler Field on Palm! :; I wts born in Key West in 1881.!r Y tcrday.s Precipitation T. Ins. ri,,, THIS AFTERNOONFuneral : the vessel struck radiograms calling 14 years ago.
: still love Duval street. q It \ In 1U21 a Spanish army, seeking
anti I
read:: his beloved volumes and Avenue as was first intended hut Normal Precipitation .. .05 Ins. for a'si'tsnce were sent out.
wrote the opinions) that were said \\ill be on the lot L'hn''Ill3r:\ "For many years I have been .ThlH rrrord rotrrtf 24-hour |>rrirniliBK "J (ft {;pI.e' Two vesreN! responded! at fint and to "pacify" the hinterland of
to have made the supreme court garet and William streets on a dealer! in rtamps and philatelic i!, lit M a'rlork *ks.. HiurnlnR.Tomorrow's <,' )';} i if 43 members of the crew and 12fipas'cngers its Morocco met disastrous de
reports literature. United street. supplies" in Philadelphia Pa., and Almanac \ (R ? \ services for Mrs. Char- were taken off the ship feat. The Dons had hard work

Even in the prime of his life. This change was decided on yesterday I am glad to extend! my salutationto :i Sun rises ... .........,...... 6:41 a. m. '"0'" ('"'f I !ofe I. Gould who died 11:30 i an-l carred to Miami. 'I' maintaining a foothold on the

he apparently had little personal after a conference between\ ,; your club." I Sun sets ..._...........""".. 6:32 p. m. .. .. "" 'I '." o'clock yesterday! mornin in the The Havrna mishap was one of coast.
red fir desire! for the companionhip Chief Harry Baker of the Key !i The letter i is t signed "Louis B. ''.Moon\ rises: ___....*....... 8:13: a. m. CDN"rW hcmc at Southard and Simor.ton three disasters ta vessels of the Riffs Finally DefeatedThe
WQM Mostly
of other men. While traditional Vet Fire Department and a rep- !, Garcia" whose present address is_ Moon sets .................. 9):34 p. m. Cloudy .. : tr 'upicino court isolation: of resentttive of the Krause Carnival 620 Spring Garden street, Phil- Tomorrow's Tides night ,and pr.pb.ably: in north and noon from St. Paul's church period of time The first was and were, repulsed and it was

necessity: kept him away from company. I adclphia. Pa.' It is believed that 1 I A.M. P.M.High centra} portion", Thursday' after- v.hiiethe, body wa: placed: Dimm'ickiu at 2s'clqe1cReic the losof the- Morris Castle by i; not until 1353 that Spanish arise
Mr. Garcia read! about the stamp nooji. . *.., :; I ;; Arthur: B. Havana
he of (the Tire. The second the
kwyersand men in politics After a careful survey .i .. : could claim decisive victory over
) ..................11 :OH 11:53: < ; ;' \ a
remained aloof from his colleague decided that i and'coin( exhibition to be :held. Jacksonville, Florida Straits .),ig officiating.;: . itranding and later*the sinking of
: even ]locations it was military -
two ) ; I ; ; ;| the Riffs. That chapter oi
t I'
J Low .:........:...... .. 4:42 5:::.1I' Palb'eareT3iaref! '; Clarence II. I
;, of the bench. Only Justice the area on United street could j here in a natipnal stamp .maail: IiicVca"irj? southea-t and. tout the Mohawk, after a collision. I| history still echoed .in the
Bran'leis who often saw eye to be gotten in readiness all poles | :ine. ,. I !, Barometer. : at 8 a. m. today: winds becoming fresh ]and overcast Pierce.. William _L. Bates, A. C. !i revolution which dethroned Alfonso ).
eye with him in "human" interpretation set anti electrical] connections 1\11111 j The society has.'received: ever:-'I' Sea.level, 30.07. "IV', weather with ccisidnaI'rair: Elgin Frank Delaney, Stephen XIII in 1931.j .
of the law, could he called wiring installed :nil a friction t ot |I,s.l I cheerio missives from varjous; ] tonight and Thursday, i Dcuglass; and "Mefvin! Russell. PLANE EXCURSIONTO 1 j ''France' experiences in Tunisia,
a clo'e associate. the cost needed:d 11t'nuclei :tVicl'L 1 parts of the States which is evidence ,I . Lowest Highestk ; East1 Gus.f: Fre h southeast and Algeria and French Morocco also
Did Have CronyAt I Chief Bakersavs, that all vf Xho | that *yie, > stanip ,| jblicitycampaign Station. Last Night Yesterday J lo tb' \rindJ h'rfting to west or COUNTY BOARD DRY TORTUGASNOTED were trying. In 1830 the bey of
hi> :summer home at Beverly shows riding devices and other {?doing; Its share finat-! j'I Abilene _.......... 50 76 II northwest vrinds.WEATHER | Algiers hit a French ccmmwsioqer'with
Farms. Mass.. where he worked concessions, with the. thrilling trading;: attention to our lovely I Atlanta ............ 54 60 ; 1'' a fly swatter and it took
hard on court cases during vacation open-air trapeze casting; act will little city in the sea. I Boston .............. 38 46 :: CONDITIONS 1EETS TONIGHT VISITORS PLAN TO 30,000 French troops to win the
periods] he made frequent be in readiness Monday night for Buffalo -...-....... 34 52 o resulting war.
trips to the !station to visit an old the first showing:: which will begina CUBA CARRIES I Charleston ........ 58 74 The northern disturbance ha.-; ; I I II ;, MAKE TRIP TO FORT i ii i i I France has been fighting in
crony the station master.Vith: week of fun and frolic. I I Chicago ............ 34 58 moved eastward to the St. Law- I J Regular] meeting of the board !I i i i Morocco for a century. Therewas
him he discussed affairs of state - -- Denver' .............. 22 42 f fI ,renew Vailey with decreased inten- !! of county commissioners will!] be j jj I i JEFFERSONAnother ii', war there in 1844 and 1859.
as well as local gossip. WALSH AND 93 PASSENGERS, Detroit ...-......... 34 64'1 fity. Botton. Mass., 29.86 inches. j held 8 o'clock! this evening in the ( i 1 After the world war Franc started -
Even at tlO() it seemed he never REVS. \ Galveston ......... 66 70' Another disturbance u central: this : office of Clerk Ross C. Sawyer at 1 I 1 a systematic! "pacification." In

would grow old.< At that age thenian. I Havana ............ 68 i morning over Oklahoma: Oklahoma -i the county court house. I,, of those delightful ex- the fall of 1925 AM-el-Krim
who had conversed with M'CARTHY, LEAVE:I The Steamship Cuba sailed Huron ...:---...-....- 4 14 I City 29.70 inches and pressure -;; Only regular routine mattersare I rurion by plane to Garden Key i victor over the Spanish, attacked:
F.meron and was three times I shortly after noon yesterday for Jacksonville .-.... 64 82 h low southward over the scheduled for consideration, it has been planned by the Miami- i the French. Marshals Lyautey
wounded in the Civil War, appeared I Havana with 84 first class passengers Kansas City..... 32 52 lower Rio Grande Vallev. Brown !(! is said. i iJ I Key West Airways for tomorrow, and Pctain entered a joint action
to be vitally youthfulthan I KEY ville. Texas, 29.76 inche. Rain
more OF ninesecond class, two auto- WEST 74 81 'I' [ :morning. I arrangement with the Spanish
many men 30 years his jun MEMBERS OF SOCIETY- 'I mohil's' 13 tons of freight and Little Rock .... 58 76 I his occurred during the last 24 J DIES IN CHURCH I!, This one was! arranged especially command and the Riffian warrior
ior. JESUITS HAD BEEN ON I I' 20 1 racks of mail. j Los Angeles .-.... 48 60 I hours throughout! most southeastern for Gov. Dave Sholti and his!! was squeezed into submission
The of the author of "The- .. .. .. i districts, being heavy m will the -
son i Ferry Parrott arrived yesterday Louisville - 52 72 portions SOUTH BEND. Ind.-Thomas family. It tfford governor What France hopes 'was its
Autocrat of the Breakfast Table." VISIT HERE j from Cuba with four cars of to- Miami ..-. .., ...... 72 78 I of Georgia, AtUnta reporting J. LeBlanc was sitting in a church th.. first op'Ortunity of feeing , "final pacification campaign" was
he was considered the perfect sym- i i inUoca, 76 jacks of mail and four ;Minneapolis ...... 14 :38; :,: 2.01 inches on the north Pacific in this city attending ,the funerali Fort Jefferson on Grden Key. carried, out last autumn in the.
lot of supreme court dignity! and New Orleans .... 70 76 coast: and in the extreme eastern i of a friend when he suddenly collapsed :1 since the official order Was signed southeast corner of Morocco.
learning.! Rev.-J. :M. Wahh. Provincial of !i empty cars. I New York ........u 50 58 I region and there has from a f art attack and I i jby President Roosevelt designatlnjr -! Italy got her real /oothold in
-. the Society of Jesuits in the :| I I Penracola .......... 62 68 been! snow in the Rocky Mountain:: was dead when ushers .reached hi?i! the historic fort a national i northern Africa' by winning the
MODERN FURNITURE touth. and I Rev. J. J. McCarthy. i ffis.cEO. OLSEN i II Pltt burgh .... ... 54 68 States Lake Superior region, and cide.: 1 1j I t hwnument. war of 1911 with Turkey. Cession .-
J.ivinIo.m: : Suites. $40.80 up; secretary to the Provincial leftiytfterdzy I II St. Louis ... . 40 fiG New England. A strong high pres- I I Another noted visitor who will: of what now Is Libya was ons
1:1',11'.0011Suitt'S: Gi.50: up; I>'minp -I : afternoon for :Miami[ en INJURED IN FALL Salt Lake City. 24 :36 cure area i h moving in over the j make the trip will be Elmer'Davis, of the prices which the Sublime
Room Suites. $82>0 up; Floor I j I ;route to New Orleans I San Francisco -.48 54 I Dakota". Williston. N. D., and FLY nationally-known figure in the Porte paid for that conflict. Like

Covering at prices cheaper than,j These visitors arrived Sunday Seattle ..... ..-. --. 40 46 I Huron. S. D., 30.36 inches causing literary world who is in Key West France in Algiers, Italy found the
scrubbing. I| Rev. Wal.-h making his annual call Tampa I ___0''-_'. '- 66 82 I colder weather in the northern -t_ securing data and material for i i tribes of the hinterland dw-
LONGS) FURNITURE: : STORK: ( at the Rectory of St. :Mary's Star Mrs. George Olsen of 1118 Ya-I(Washington _.. 5-1 62 Plains States southward into OLD JEFFERSON articles on the city and its rejuvenation -[ inclined to accept European rul.
marC-lt' of the Sea church and were guests I rela street had the misfortune to Williston20 4 Kansas, and eastward over the I -
'oC Rev. A. L. Maureau and Rev! fall on the rear steps of ,the residence -i Lake region, with temperatures 60 Miles West in Gulf The plane will leave 11 o'clock HEFFNER-V1NSON CO.:
| W. J. Reagan.. I I It yesterday and fractured the WEATHER FORECAST considerably below zero this morning 16-Passenger Commodore tomorrow morning just after arriving -
CASH | Before leaving Rev. Walsh said .:.ight wrist., I t in North Dakota. Wim ton reporting Seaplane from Miami and' will return TONIGHT in
For Aitiquc Jewelry and Key he notices a great improvement' in ;i I Medical attention was at once (Till 8 p. m.,. Thursday) a minimum of 20 degrees Leave Thursday 11 a. m. :; at :3 o'clock. This will afford "MY GYPSY SWEETHEART
Windinf Watches 1,: the city since his: last visit in !; summoned the broken bones set Key West and Vicinity: Mostly : below. Temperatures continue abnormally -: Return Thursday 3 p. ra. '!''excursionists ample time to explore ,, Romantic Comedy in Three ..
Write to I H. DORFMAN 11)34) and feels imbued with the I]I and today Mrs. Olsen is resticg cloudy with occasional rain tonightand : high throughout most ROUND TRIP $10.00 the ruins.. Reservations for I i Acts
Box n. Care o/ The Citizen thought that Key West has startedon !I las comfortable as is possible under Thursday; continued warm; eastern and southern districts. For Reservations Call 620 I| the trip eta be made by calling 1 i 25c General Admission.35c
the road to a greater and last.ing the circumstances. She is 86 increasing southeast and south G. S. KENNEDY West i Phone Number 620 office of theairways.
Kev: West, Florida! l, I I 1 I Miami-Key Airways Inc. I I' Reserve Seab
Official in I l ,
prosperity. i l I years old. winds becoming fresh. Charge I.; 1



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WEDNESDAY., MARCH 6.red 1935.

'OIbtt.. mt5 CU1 rl ADHERING TO LAW 'r.. ,, that a six-hour day is a possibility .-

Ford KEY WEST IN ; and some folks are startingto
Launches School
Ublu"e4 Pally Except Sunday By There i is no statute requiring the for Salesmen realize that by doing only sir
THE CITIZEN rCBUSIIlAG CO. INC.' hours work in eight.
L. P. AHTMAN President. county commissioners to call for bids DAYS GONE BYIlappeniags
Vrorn Th Citizen Building
Corner Grcen and Ann Str.*U from newspapers to publish the tax Her. Just 10 Years
sale list. Section 3 of Chapter 14,572, 4 r3 Ago Today As Taken front There will be a basketball game.
tonight at the Athletic Club
tinly Dally Newspaper In Key Welt nnd Monroe The Files Of The Citizen
County. Acts of 1929, governs the subject. i I the Married Men and the

That telegram received I Key West Cagers. It i is understooda
Entered at Key W'ut. Florida, as second class matter was by The At
a meeting of the board of game between the Married Men
riFTY-SUTH: 1CAU Citizen Monday from Attorney General Ms public works last night it was decided and the Y. M. C. A. team of Havana

Member at Ike AiiMKlatrd Prru Cary D. Landis, and.the chapter to whichhe I that Palm Avenue and White will be arranged in the near

:/be Associated Press I. Delusively entitled to user refers "provides for the county commissioners street from Division to the county future. v
-, republicaHon of all news dispatches credited t* A road l te given a com of oil as a \
It or not otherwise credited In. this paper and ale (to use the attorney general's own 3 ax finish to the repairs recently madeon
the local news published lieru.'NATIONAL a-
words to i a Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Roberts
) SELECT the newspaper which 4 the thoroughfares.
Lowe announce the birth of aLon
EDITORIAL publishes the tax list, and a fixed chargefor $
Sunday morning the horse/41
News has been received in Key
IT FYI 11 lpsz ASSOCIATION.c.t I93SsunsrnitTiov the publication i k set by law." e West of the death of Mrs. Sophie Smith's Lane. The youngser( ha'sb..en

The Crocker, aunt of Benjamin Jenksof given the name Arthur Roberts
county commissioners: of Monroeas .14 "
RATES....._ well the i. this city. The said event oc- Lowe, Jr.
as county commissioners
xe Jb-[ ::.:.::...: .. .. .. ..=:.",. ., . :.:* every- curred in Sarasota on March 1.
:Three Months ..._..... ...... .. ._..___ L60 where else in Florida have been, in abid- | The funeral was held in that city
?)ne Month _... _.... _......_ -,.... .81 At the meeting of the county
'Weekly .2* ing by the law, selecting or designating a March 2. Mrs. Crocker was a resident commissioners last night offer

ADVERTISING: RATES newspaper to publish the delinquent tax I of Key West some years ago were read from various companies(
Made known on application. and had a large number of friends making offers for the bonds in the
list; for more than half a century in the here who will grieve to learn of
SPECIAL NOTICE I 4I i i event they are authorized; by the
All reading notices, cards of thanks, resolutions of case of counties that have been founded her passing. voters at the election to be heldon
r"pect. rkltuary notices etc, will be charged for at
:te rste of :o cents a line. for that length of time or more than 50 Ford sales training Instructors from all parts of the country are shown above In classroom at Dearborn, Mich., I Thursday March 12. Bidder
Katie's for entertainments by churches from which I receiving final Instructions for conducting the newly-launched sales training courses for all Ford V-8 salesmen. I C. W. Coons, president, and for the bonds offered a higher
a revenue U tu bo derived are S cents a line.the years.
James E. Smith vice president
CilUen tit an open forum and Invites dllcu..n .- "GRADUATE COURSE"In merchandising -' salesmen from thousands of dealer- used in the Intensive study Prior to I I price than was offered for the
.. I I
or public Issues and subjects of local or general Commissioners, in designating A I the Standard Oil company of Kentucky $300.000 authorized for the golf
iiUrtet but it will not publish anonymous communiuti' a newspaper and salesmanshipfor ships are receiving special coursesin inaugurating the courses, the Instructors {
,.... I and their wives, arrived |in which was a gratifying ir\f-\
to publish a tax list automotive salesmanship, sales studied sales methods course
are strictly per- every Ford V-8 salesman In the ,
West the boat from Ha-
Key on II
dication it said of the con-
---- Ford was
of the
methods the
and under
merchandising prac guidance general
United States, under the guidanceof
forming their
duty. They not this afternoon.
are .squan- tices. 'I sales staff, and spent several vana They were fidence felt among bond purchasing -
IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST dering the taxpayers' money" or "evadingthe specially In 34 trained cities Instructors located The Ford Motor Company has days inspecting the Rouge Plant at entertained by J. M. Wilson, agentin | companies in the eventual J pft-
strategic throughout
law provided its instructors in the sales Dearborn Mich. Key West. I gress of the city after the road
ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN as a specific price is fixed by the country Is one of the new _
courses with all the modern educational The training course is part of a i to the mainland is completed.
', law. /:* est enterprises of the Ford Motor Sound Commodore F.,E. Fish, of,South :
,- '! toft 'if'4IJtclearthinkln .' - equipment. film projection continuous Ford educational program .
Company. ;
t pud dlrvthinting equipment cutaway models of planned for 1935 and in future Mend Indiana.. president of the Subscribe to The Citizen.
;1. Water and Sewerage. ( iJn all facto
t ranches of the Studebakerautomobile
Ford V-8 cars, advertising literature years, offering assistance to-the . company
t tf'2. Bridges to complete Road to Mainland Key Nesters v/jH}! ajptttnll l \tjjLAcommissioners }&rd! Company, widely scattered charts, photographs and spe Ford salesmaa In ,increasing :his and his "..iCe. accompanied by Mrs.'I

o"; :' foryulh ring qo {(ue l,)Jv' in.\awarding \ 0 rr the eriyre United. States, Ford cially-prepared textbooks are being sales; potentiality and his;income. 1 George O'Brien.and; Mrs. Owen FAST FREIGHT SERVICE

the publicatron oMhe delinquentHal1list. ",, :..'h .-.--- --.._--, '- ---- --'- - --- - - Roberts, 'arrived this afternoon!! I c. f\
3. Free Port. from the Cuban capital. They
c.eee..e.e..e..se.. ."' .a e e.o o'1 Dick and NEW YORK
came on the.. Moby
4. Hotels and Apartments. .... / -.. .. {"rt'1 : NEW BILL TONIGHT { ) "
d will be in port for a few days.
i r h 'r1'1 t '
AT TENT THEATER I G. N. Goshorn was elected Exalted
6. Airports-Land and Sea. t I
; Ruler of the local lodge ,From Key West alternate Fridays
7. Consolidation of County and City The Federal Home Loan Dank Hoard ( STEPHEN COCHRAN SINGLETONs ) ; B. P. O. Elks at the regular elee- '
.... ,. tion of officers held last night. ]|I From New York: alternate Tue.-
Governments. has recommended newspaper advertisingto - -a------------------------------------------- I I The Heffner-Vinson players tonight -!|: 1 days
I (Other officers elected were C. R. .
Federal savings and loan (View or opinions expressed I dors. Tho machine to at the tent theater will ,
associations) as t i seems exert present from Boston alternate Saturdays
L. C. ,
t 1 I {'Gwynn. E. S. ; L. Gardner
the best means of laying their plans be- solely those in The of Forum the writer are I a sinister effect upon its driv-:i'I, that a brand romantic new comedy-drama program, playing -, ',1 E. S. L; E. B. Freyburg, E. S. L,: Al.p NEW ORLEANS t. KEY WEST

THE KEY WEST CITIZEN fore the public. A series of advertise- and not of The Citizen.) I'! ers who, in any other relation, j jj I i "My Gypsy Sweetheart," dramatized -: Joe McMahon, secretary; Frank Alternate Wedsesdays. 'ArriveKey
would be considerate of the safety 1 : Wolkowfky, treasurer; A. J. Page, \\est seread day fellewlnc.CLYDEMALLORY
ments has been j from the fong by the same iI !
preparedby expert I j of others, to say nothing of them-i(I ,LIne, I, tyler; J. F. Beaver, trustee; A. U.{ :

WILL always seek the truth and print it aid associations to write and prepare There is something about this I reives. Suppose we make the ma- I I! This is; a play that every one ]|'I Sheppard. delegate to the grand I II

their own advertising. George Dock Jr. mounting list of automobile killings -I chine as particep criminis suh- j i i will ''I lodge; C. L. Roberts, alternate. L1L1J
without fear and without favor; never be like, as it has everything thatgoes C. F:. SMITH. Acent.Key .

afraid to attack wrong or to applaud right; i public relations advisor for the Board, consideration that invite that consideration is not more ;indulged a-I'j ject to that penalty.has taken Jail the every initiative machine I 1|'': ing play.to make It up has a real entertain-I I Editorial Comment: It .la claim I West

always fight for progress; never be the organ says: in mainly because we lack j> in an accident for one year and, (j jj i: scenes, bubling over with romance -Y""'"
"The the nerve to face the facts and j f thereafter until it has fallen into -:! I i,I
or the mouthpiece of any person, clique, supremacy of newspaper ad- apply and plenty comedy. '
faction or class always do its utmost for the vertising in giving the public the facts the remedies. We do not like'i 1 decay, make that machine boar ;i J I! Mr. Caldwell will be seen as the I\
to compute our rapidly! increasing a conspicuous: insignia that i iI' I! gypsy lover and it's one of his
public welfare; never tolerate corruption or about any local product or :service' is recognized chances of being killed or maimed 1 j I'' fell l to all the world whether it had :I favorite roles. I P & 0 STATES FAST
injustice; denounce vice and praise virtue; : in every field of merchandising.Any ; still less do we enjoy contcmplating -I, killed a man, or merely broken his i|i, Jimmie lleffner will play the MAIL ROUTES FOR
back. You
commend good done by individual i federal association which intends the probabilities of' would be surprised at country boy, an-1 all the other
or organ. to I
the influence such
aggressive that
having loved killed
our ones or members of the company have excellent -I fORT TAMPA-HAVANA-WEST INDIES
ization; tolerant of others' rights, views and I capitalize the advantages which it offers, maimed. (i a provision would have upon some / parts. Effective' April 27, 1933:

opinions; print only news that: ,will ,elevate can safely consider; newspaper advertisingan But apparently! the fact that of our most aggressive automobiles. Call Page's Soda Fountain or i i iI Leave Key West for Havana Tuesdays and Fridays, 12::CLeave
II I'. M. '
and not contaminate the reader; never compromise efficient way to assist thrifty people in one {iterron: will be killed every I i We insist upon the driver of a 1 I seats.Phone 9117 and reserve: your .Havatu:fot Key ,West Wednesday, and Saturdays |
fifteen minutes the
with principle. the protection of their savings, and to during com locomotive being s.n abstainer I I 900A. M.Leave. .
ing year by the automobile is not Key West for Port Tampa Wednesdays and Satur
help borrowers to secure economical financing dreaded by us as much as is the from intoxicating drinks and I j I'I I Compulsory servicein the daf' 6:30 P. K. I

for their hom.es. A small ad- unpopularity that we would incurif upon his careful training for his Italian army was cut from 18 Ticket, Reservations and Uferasatiea Ticket Office OB tie
All education is at bottom silf-edaca- we really interfered with this work. But he drives his engine |I months to a year because the pre. Deck,I !Tk... 71 I
tion. vertisement, featuring insurance, brought great American sport and took over a filed right bf way from I military training of Italian boysis : J. II. COST..R Ag.nl.

COO replies and $1-1,000 in share subscriptions effective means to save 30,000 which he could not depart if he I! now so lengthy. :, .

I.wanted to. { _
within a week to one association. live! I 1--- ----- r--

To know life fully doesn't mean that There is no other way to ac- ';i Why should. we allow irresponsible -I C..l..l.lrl'illllllillllll.'II"IIGRAND

.ne has to get into the gutter. count for our generous way of men, women and children too" - .
LET'S LOOK AHEAD turning loose for additional : often .alcoholic) addicts to drive I \ I

slaughter, the driver who has demonstrated 'powerful engines anywhere theyt

Some of the bad temper that you The progressive town will considerthe his unfitness to drive a please to pick a path? I

meet can be abolished by a good xietl. needs of its children. j high-powered engine on.our streets The traffic officer is in'trut't-I! J PAINT SALE
and highways. fd to "go easy" on the visiting

village will take care of this situation before Who would dare to suggest that 'i: speeder.! In the name of humanity,

Restriction of importations of foreign it grows, and acquire sufficient land an efficient governor be installed 'why? I If any one i is entitled to !

nuts Li: advocated. Another good idea for on every car so that speed maniacsand : consideration, it is the neighbor
that park and playground purposes. those emplojes who are forcedto who !stays with us and does his j All This Month-Or As Long As Present Stock Lasts
rather late.
came Key West is not as big as it will be. risk their lives and the lives of part to keep the state going. j

Its needs along this line are not as great as others to hold their jobs might be I I| It seem almost too 'o lvious{!II Regular Price Sale Price

restrained!? Certainly we ctn not that a license to drive, obtainable I II J
Wisdom begins to appear when we they will be. Land will never be cheaper. ( after evidence I Per Gal. Per Gal.
expect a "free and uncensored i ipress" only satisfactory j
)have sense enough to agree with the individual The time to buy is at,hand AWe to so affront the dispensorsf I.I of fitness' to drive, and forfeited SHERWIN WILLIAMS METRO-
s -
1 who tells us we are dumjj. hope our responsibh) Mficial.s, will, )r full page atlvertWnu Certain-i j'by evidence of unfitness to dtJ\"e'I'' .91.11N FL4T WHITE,
Tom should be required hut \ 5$1 75 $1 40
carry this thought their' thlfcdsUVEel's- ly.iwc ran notiexpect; sari J I ; \ \! F tj Q&Hon Cans._.._...... _.._l.? l:
tick:: to observe: what ) 1 1while VS tine officer dare take upon I. ; ..
Let's get busy this spring and make make Key West air ideal-city iil the future f Harry*can'go to'. a self the onus of demanding 1.m-j silERVVlNJ\WILLIAMS METRO"POLiTAN f
< 1 1rnf L1 -
Key West more attractive than ever. That by undertaking, iits broad development iI!. ;,olitician .,.'!andj., -;.;,gpt his a provision. ": JK *t\ .** :'
ttkif' '" ." .JJ. FU.V 4$ .
will be ';,% ''' '. r'. 1'xfI.: I Can it be possible that wee; !; f
right down the alley of the FEHA. along I the right ideas. -,1. 1 9 r t 1.50
.. Theta i something uncanny would. (rather. risb] tl\le} ?.,lja( '18 ,' r' .One Gallon Cans ........;;.L..._.-'...::.'.> . v'. I ii
1' : about lire effect that a steering mothf'r.'It', or child than to incur : .jIH'SHERWIN -. . ,

Idaho's illiteracy is only 1 per centum. THINGS ONE REMEMBERS wheel has upon otherwise good I the
neighbors.i We all have a number: upon us if we took steps to PAINTERS FLAT WHITE 96 .
That should be a. good state for newspapers :
of friends who would turn with limit the number of pales of automobiles 2 25 1 80
One Gallon Cans .._._..._.__
} which thrive best where there i is (By R. M. HOFER) horror from the idea of shootingor to the number of capable .

least illiteracy. I I recently had! a glaring example of "moot'rnmt'rchandising" stabbing us. Put these same drivers? If it l is, God save America SHERVINYILLTAMS FAMILY
friends in a car and they can not ; it is too much trouble for us
in a large store.A resist the temptation to take a I to bother about doing it. Meanwhile OUTSIDE WHITE, 80 One Gal

Hankers say they want to lend money, chair had 1 been offered for pale at a cer- chance of killing or maiming us. :i look at the clock an hour lon Cans ................._...... ...._.. 2.65 2.10

and they're wondering why people don't tain price. Suddenly it appeared in the show Ma\ }he we have been overlookingone from now. Four more people will :
J of the factors in these mur- be dead.
come in and borrow it. We dunno, unless: window on sale "at a bargain." The price had l

it's because people are afraid they'd be expected been marked up and then down-the reduced' price I Sherwin Williams Flat Tone
to pay it back. being the same figure as the regular price quoted I I .
previous to the "sale."
OF KEY WEST i The Washable Flat Wall Rush

The hotel room door cards, reading I purchased a little table for a present for .
at at the close of busineu December 31, 1934, .'
"Stop Have You Forgotten, Anything?" I $12.50. A few months later, I saw the same table Comptroller' Call LIMITED QUANTITY OF THE FOLLOWING -
have caused nviny a guest to chase back "on sale" for $12.50, marked down from $25.A RESOURCESLoans 'I. COLORS: : .. ..i'
after another hotel towel and }bar of soap, friend purchased! a small vase on one floorof Overdrafts and Investments__u__ $ 305,63'J.43 71.61 Canary Yellow Olive Tan' ', \], y;,;;.

notes the Altoona: Tribune. the store for CD cent: On another floor of the Banking House, Furnitureand I Silver Gray Cream'Gray_ i.' &:mit.! ,

same store. she found the same -vase at about Conds of States Fixtures and__Possessions 33,082.33 1 i i Orchid .:* Cf1 ,Sloped, .....r. '. ' i I

There is much speculation just now as double that price. of the United 1 I aria ;rrv.' rt
States 139,370.68Other GALLONS, RegularsPrice $2.80,

to the effect of the recent court ruling accepted The same thing occurred with underclothing, Bonds and Securities 74,204.03: Sale Price --...:-...---.--'............. .. --.w..a-_-.""-' G.t2.20.,.
as final by the treasury department, prices varying widely on different floors.A Stock of the Federal Re- : ;1_ : t

serve Bank ._ ._.._... 6000.00
Regular Price 85c h
public service commission QUARTS, ,
permitting Americans arriving from for stringently regulates Temporary Federal De- feeSouth

electric light telephone Insurance fund Sale Price ;._. .. _... .._ _
eign ports to bring in $100 of liquor duty my and gas rates posit 1,954.01 --' -- 1-- .-- --
United States
free, instead of one quart as heretofore.An which are the smallest itents in niy family expense Obligations direct - .

attempt may be made to collect an internal but there is no regulation as to how a merchant and fully guaranteed i. '

_._._ _832744.73
revenue tax of $2 a proof gallon on can manipulate prices on the .greater necessities Cash and due r from Banks 495,1 C8.97 1,327,913.70 Florida Contracting & Engineering Co. '

all liquor up to $100 brought in by travel of life.Politicians. ,

ers. Unless some charge is collected local shout their heads off for a few $1,888,235.79UABILITIES Phone 598 White and Eliza Streets
liquor dealers in Miami, Key West and cents reduction in my light bill, to carry public Capital .$ 100000.00 .

Tampa fear serious competition from Cuban favor. But they never open their mouths about I Surplus and! Undivided Profits _.....-. -. 65,007.42 "Your home U worthy of'tke best
Circulation 100OOO.ODeposits ,
and Bahaman dealers.-Miami Daily the sharp practices in merchandising, which are!: I ; l,633,228.3r I 1 1W i

News. 'I'.I"l
permitted daily. 'r' $. '
--; ,."" -.'..,....:: T :J.<; :'tJ!; u: $1.858,235.79. .I" '''''' t .


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:" ..................e............................... FROM BRADENTON TONIGHT Anniversaries AT CUBAN CLUBFRANK
(Ipt-cla. t. The (Otlsr) .t to package sales. Thought seems I ........................

STROPS: a.a sat ta*f1J ringing! ,down la the second verse or TALLAHASSEE, March 6.- in accord on retail by the glass 1
14111 fJI tAt tmeraltl crows.. of Cut that old Spanish song: I Section I of article 10 of the Constitution I by heteU and restaurants. :Mario\ Pena local baseball star There will be an exhibition 1475 Michelangelo Italian CHAMPION OF INDIANAPOLIS -
Lady to Pty. 4t tk (*.oJ fromrnurck I artist, among the greatest of all
ule.. it laJ beeetolee ltUeuiral > reads: "But no propertyshall who was given a chance to tryout I game of diamondball played tonight -
Kttrada. Hut tin tktr half Lov Seeing Is li not longing happiness: I be exempt from sale for It is regarded probable that the with the t. Louis Cardinals atradenton. |1 at Bayview Park, beginning time. born. Died Feb. 18, 1564. BY
It ttitk Ru.br, and Xatto 1*
Aaa been J/atfo captured by Estrada and Leaving Winning. U doubting; I taxes or assessments.". ..Thisis governor will advocate the submission j Fla., returned to Key I tt 7:30 o'clock between the ,, CSQU1NALDO

tortured and i* about to It tent to But iota ii not sorrow happlness.ly ; ." held by Comptroller Lee to be of a constitutional amerd- ''West )-esterday.He Lopez Ten and the Busy Bees. I j
tha Valley of tA DMA. Montanailott I !!I 172a-Henry Lauren, Charleston -
not Inote wA oitts in conflict with Section of will be the National The receipts of the game will
the ra of } Ion, Is it proper that covesongs 7 the ment repealing the present prohibitory sent by
Kubrfr. but ft. doti Inoto that .*. be donated for church activities ; S. C., merchant-planter Revolutionary At the Cuban Club last night
KUt tans (Ana.I should come out of the win- tame article which is the homestead I statute ratified in 1928 League club to Williamsport Pa., i patriot president of the

dow of a clergyman?" said the exemption amendment. . . .It is apparent, however that (I,: where he will join a club in the j I it is stated. 1 I Continents! Congress diplomat, the' Singles Billiard Tournament
Chapter 29 bishop. But he was laughing till.he :The comptroller is apprehensive there is considerable opposition to ;; @nn'ylvania-Ne\v York ftate ..ot under way. Only one matchwas
born at Charleston.
remembered another thIngs "And that I ans who had retired to the Alamooverpowered Died there, played this between Sergio
THE BLESSING much litigation will in time I an income tax of any kind. .Some ,, league.
Dec. 8
filled with Rurales! and massacred by . Esquinaldo; and Frank
the whole town Championof
from in two
this conflict the
i ensue infavor I
members strongly of a I He will report to the club on \ I
*\ fOKTANA knew the way-Brother and soldiers ready to seize you El I Mexican Indianapolis! The final
sections ,of Article 10. .As new I sales tax are bitterly opposed to April 15, with all expenses to be .. score
Pascual had told him-eohe Keed! But, 111 show you a backstairs f experiences! develop! in putting into -j i a companion income tax on the]f j: paid by the St. Louis club. Pena I I I 1806 Elizabeth Barrett for the match was 50 to 48 in
behind the
take out favor
to of local
turned right in at the open door you f execution the machinery incident ground that it might keep capital' will continue to play here until I 1836-General Assembly passed Browning, English poetess, born. boy.

of the Bishop's room and found that house-"With such a new blessing! how i\ to the homestead exemption I I' out of Florida. .This opinion jI j l i I the} time arrives for him to report I act giving: Cleveland population I I Died June 30, 1861.1523Robert On Thursday night Ubieta, M.

good little man at the window. could 1.come into old trouble! ?" I j amendment it becomes apparentthat however, is not generally shared to the club with which he will be- 4,000, city charter 1 1I Sanchez A. Sanchez, McCarthy,
until the amendment is clari- by tax authorities of the state. I I affiliated. Acosta and Jackie Carbonell will
asked Montana. "Besides, she's answering I
When the Bishop heard 14ontlUl&'sUght
I play at the Cuban Club. Games
fied by the submission of another I Fletcher, noted
there In 1857 Historic Dred Scott decision
laugh behind him, he turned a me-she' waiting 'I -
trifle. the street for me-that beautiful amendment eliminating ambiguities Original crusader for a state I : delivered by U. S. Supreme I II American physician medical will start at 7:30 o'clock.

"Hush he said. "Why are you laughing, singing, dancing devil, and conflicts, prevailing opin- gales tax was Edgar W. Waybright, TodayIn;; .i History t Court. scholar and writer on the subject
here?" that traitor Rosita." ion is that this one section of the of Duval, former member of the I I I born in England. Died Nov. 8, born at Albany N. Y. Died at

"I've come to ask you where can He was fleeing from the room as organic law will make more work I senate .He found but little sympathy ....es gee te0.......a oeee famed' 1912. I Nonquitt. Mass., Aug. 5, 1888.

find a friend of mine,and to give you he spoke. The bishop heard the feet : for the lawyers in the next few among his colleagues of the 1820-Historic Missouri Compromise 1926-Dr. Hrdlicka,

a little token you're been missing.A ." thump hardly three times on the I years than any single section of I two sessions that he served. . agreed I anthropologist, tells that a distinct j' 1834-George Du Maurier,
upon. American type of man and .woman II 1831-Philip II. Sheridan famed English black and white
token r asked the bishop. stairs and then he saw the bound- the constitution: ever produced. : Nevertheless, he has never let up artist author

As the youth came closer to him Ing figure Issue out Into the crowd. ______ I in high/ fight for such a tax, is getting is being developed in the country I Union general in the Civil War, of "Trilby," born. Died

Bishop Emiliano lifted his gleamingbald The bishop also saw the carriageof The comptroller is planning to : plenty of enjoyment out of 183r--Fall of the Alamo Tex-t 'General of the Army in 1869, Oct 8, 1896.

head higher and higher until General Estrada, drawn by four advise widows widowers and orphans the fact that the question of the ,.
I ---- - -- ----- -- --- -- - --- - -
>he was staring up Into the masked horses, plowing through the crowd, generally believed to be ex- I sales tax is one of the principal

face. which scattered rapidly back on cluded from the benefits of the!j i political issues of the moment. IIIIIIIII.41'I'IIII.ldll.6'IIIIII.lI I.4T181..
either hand, because on the back of
"I beg your pardonsaid the Kid. Homestead Exemption -

"Of course I know that there's no the near leader of the team there I to make application for ex- I Talk drifts to the matter of the

i harm can come from you." lie took rode a cruel J devil with a black- emption, in the same manner that i 1937 presidency of the state.senate -

'off his mask. snake and bQ knew exactly: to irery'kead: titia' family :Avko is 'a I . .The 1937 president will be

"But who are you my son?" said flog people out'othls, way.! citizen of.the--atate:and resides: in picked l by the hold-over membersof RELIABLE I FIRMSWho
in the
Lolling back carriage was .
"the bishop. '. to, .The
leaning the state' Is permitted the 1935 house in caucus at the
the general himself, one
"Perhaps you'll find my name engraved hand on the hilt of a great, gilded comptroller is 'said to be contemplating close of the session. :The 1937 ,

somewhere on this?" said sword and smoking .one of his big the suggestion in spite of, president must be selected from

*,Montana.\ cigars. Passing'the palace of the a contrary opinion of the state's among those .r resent member.. : .. .... .
And'he put the trinket In the bishop, he stood up,enormous in his lit\iI Jfibne1t i s q t ,i':J .,. I whose {forms expire this year who I i i

chamois wrapping Into the hands of carriage spreading his feet to keep T \. _.. l' ._. will be candidates -for reelectionwith l I I Offer Their Customers Service and Satisfaction

the bishop. The latter unwrappingthe his balance against the Jolting, and The circuit court of lIilI bor-'I I reasonable hope of success

thing slowly,still kept his grave, slowly, deliberately saluted. ough recently held that re'identswho .Spessard Holland of Polk, is
gentle eyes fixed on the stranger have not yet perfected their I i J I'being prominently mentioned. .!j ji :l '.........e..e..e.........eeeeea.........neese...........................e..e.e.....
until something that his i
fingers bishop, shocked by that In naturalization papers to qualify as I I So is Beacham. of Palm Beach DELICIOUS
touched made him look down Quick. I HEADQUARTERS FOR I
ly. drew back from the citizens of the U. S. are entitled)' who will be a candidate ff he does .: DO YOU SWEET CLOVER X

window a little and raised his eyes to homestead exemption. .Lee I not decide to aspire for gubernatorial CAKES and PASTRIES MARINE CURIOS I
Then he saw that sacred glimmerof -
gold and green and he clasped to that starry heaven which permitsso opines that if unnaturalized citi- honors. NEED MONEY? : CONDENSED MILK SASK
many monsters to stalk the earth zens are entitled to exemption, SOUVENIRS J
the treasure in both hands
againsthis FOR IT AT
In triumph. ;:uwas : YOUR
breast. then certainly widows and orphansof Governor expectedto .
"You Then he took out of his pouch at pioneering citizens are due the return to Tallahassee this week I I We buy anything in OLD Fishing Tackle, Kodaks *, NEIGHBORHOOD STORE W;
are El Reedhe! said. "Ah.
I his folded which he
J girdle a paper same privileges.The with pretty well defined ideas!' as! : I : and Films J
where is Pascual! He knew
that you opened and read by the dim flicker I COLD-Watches, Chains Pins, Sa_me.quaIJty and weight asol'ier
to what he is going to to
would come back and bring this. lie of the candles easily and swiftly because control I! propose e Diamonds, Watches and I higher priced condensed
subject of liquor the in his .
was sure of It. He me his oath :I' legislature message. Work.
gave !it was a document which he Rings and Dental Bridge mUle.
that there was no evil in you my had scanned more than once before policies to be laid down by the l legislature -I Suffering a relapse from a recent :1 Jewelry I

son." It announced In great letters at is now one of the most I I attack of the flu. his doctors or- : Watch and JewelryDISTRIBUTED' BY-

discussed of prospective pieces of I dered him to climes to recuperate Florida Gold Refiners
"Oh there's trouble enough In the top, a reward of ten thousand sunny Repairing
me!" said the Kid. pesos for the apprehension of a legislation expected to be a trialon 'I and he chose Key West Our Readj-to-Serr Cake e TRUJILLO BROTHERS 3

"What shall I do for your asked man dead or alive! the coming legislature. .Best'I' .He wa instructed to do no 604 DuYl St. Phone 347 and Pastries are always freebie 1 : FRANK JOHNSON WHOLESALE GROCERY

the bishop, making a helpless gesture Ten thousand pesos-In this country informed are now of the conviction I| work whatever but the governor. i Maloney & Peacock

"How shall | make you a re where a thousand would seem a that there is not the remote i I j| nevertheless called for his collect U. S. GoTt. Permit : PHONE 818 : Colonial Hotel Bldg. J Division and Thomas Str_te
ward? You are not of our faith my great fortune to many a starved chance for state control in the |) tion of data on the various subjects I :

son?" lean, dangerous mountaineermenwho sense that the state will actually ]|, which he has been considering I ...........a..A: : ee..e..

"No," said the Kid. "Never mind shot straight because they own and operate the retail outlets and will spend much of the i \X SELECT SEA FOODS : : :

about the rewards. Give them to could not afford to waste ammuni- . .Preponderance of opinion is I time evolving his program of : Our Reputation is Wrap- : HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE

Rubric. Give them to Mateo. A few tion! in the direction of private licensing recommended legislation.It I' Jewfuh 2 lb.. ......_......... 3Sc I INSURANCE .

Ayes will" make him feel richer than An American who speaks tike a as at present, with the exception t : Yellowtail Steak, 2 Ibs. 35c : ped in every package : ,.
a king. native Mexican. I that the state will impose a will cost the state govern Yellowtail on Bone 2 lb. 2Sc :
Then he saw: something!In the face lit baa darkened his skin with a : : 0 f : Officer 319 Duval Street
Ita In. gallonage tax of 90 cents or $1.00 ment between $150,000 and $175- Grouper 2 lb$. 25e : :
of the priest and went a bit closerto lie has black hair but hU eyes . .The national per capita of con- 000 more for the administration Snapper 2 Ibe. 25e PRINTINGDONE : J

him. are lie blue.la tall with wide shoulder sumption in wet states is one gal. of justice during the two years I Mutton Fish 2 lb*. 25e :

"There's one thing that I could Ills war are graceful; hU nicrve- Ion per year and the average state ending June 30, 1935 than the Select .ter. BY US" TELEPHONE NO. 1 ?
menu are plow Large Oy .
us e.he said. "Its I
never happenedto Me smiles very often. tax is 90 cents per gallon. .It is legislature provided for. .The
me before and perhaps It mightas aa He a wild will come borne to comes a pretty to water.woman estimated that a gallonage tax i legislature I appropriated $400-I FRESH SHRIMP : -THE- .: : I

blessing well happen if you will.now. Give me your blue Look eyes.Ten for. tall handsome man with will produce in the neighborhoodof 000 for the two years, but set out. FRESH CLAMS -THE- Try Year Meal At

$2,000.000 in revenues. .It is i no sums for the of jurors and
thousand poos reward. pay ARTMAN
lie kneeled down PRESS : Delmonico
suddenly. The : ; Restaurant
Kl Keed-deAd or alive-Ul Keed. figured that a low licensing tax witnesses before Grand Juries or Kingfuh Mackerel PORTER-ALLEN
good bishop taken aback for
Instant and was he peered down at the an That was the last line of the poster will drive the boot-legger to cover I I travel expense fr state attorneys, FREE PROMPT DELIVERY Bodwelser Beer __...... 15 s ,

in the largest lettering of alL provide about 11,000 retail j court reporters and circuit judges Citizen Bldg. .
Kid as though he suspected, for a I LOWE FISH COMPANY Sit C..rse Diaaers, .___:.
The bishop dropped the paper to
whether | when the latter assigned from COMPANY
moment, that there might be a bit of I outlets. .The question is are I C
sacrilegious! mockery in this gesture, the floor and leaned from his win- these retail outlets, except hotels I one circuit to another to sit tem- PHONE 151 PHONE 51 __________ 50., 75e, and 88. .
down breathless. lie should
but the strong clean features of the have told again the, gringo about that pub- and restaurants, would be limited porarily. ......ee....ee......te:.....>........ee.e.e...e.N.....................,:......sCC............t1
Kid were no longer smiling. _.
lished notice. But why should he tell -- --
At that Bishop Emiliano put both OYSTERSSERVED : AARON McCONNELL i IT WILL i
such news to a man who surely SURPRISE YOU Attention Housewives!
bands on the head of Montana. IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII \
knew all about what was happening 536 Fleming Street '
"Our Father In heaven be said, ? ANY STYLE To see the PRETTY GIFTS

son"give we faith and.ou.-love to this your And now be was down there in I Extra large select, quart 7Sc : U I : and NOVELTIES at : We are now offering 3

"Is that pray all?)" asked Montana. the and crowd from!a And distance if be,,with could dim distinguish eyes Better Light-Better Sight Standards, quart -- 70e n. : THOMPSON'S FREE 5 grades of

"If will wait there little .. -
the prey In the throng why ,f : MARINE MUSEUM :
longer, ill kneel and pray with you, Deter
did not those about him know the Oyster Sandwiches log : AMERICAN COFFEEFilet
dear !lad. said the
my bishop. man instantly? I'I 324 Margaret Street !
Filet SudwjcLe. JOc 1111 \ : ,
"Xo, answered the Kid. rising. ( .
J Because the)eyes of the bishop S : I. Things that your friends will ,
"The floor's hard and my knees are down -StWATCHMAKER -
soft. Where shall lAnd Pascual?" had been opttf] d. and the eyes of I"i JEWEI.Eltappreciate." Come i in an d.

"Somewhere along the street, the crowd were closed by the brazen .2' 5 Andper : r.: .AND ENGRAVER: ,: hem. 's :
daring of the American.., The last C 25c, 20c and 15c
watching,the procession\ suppose" thing the men of bnraya expected :.1l1 nth. WELLS .See L; \ For YltUr NextlWork.' next Lobster Crab Dinntr ,
said the bIshop. "His heart Is not I LUNCH' ROOM will be much more. delicious! "
was to find El Kefed among'tneiu so :\ ALL PRICES REDUCED !I. .
half a step awsyfrom the heart of Is baTted and served : STAR COFFEE MILLS
spon after the foray _upon the fort ". .''f Instills 900 Southard Street :1 .It moat
a child. Perhaps that Is why be ,is complete with a duplex S : H.arst 8 to 12-1 to A :Giant Scallop or Heart Sea : .
The carriage of the governor i :
'PHONE 207-W 512 Greene St. Phone 256
such foolish and such
a man
a good Shells.
stopped. The governor himself he I outlet and 60 watt bulb the I : Open S..rtlaNihb e

one. stepped down. lie approached a girl I ......................,, ................. .
"Tell me about him. begged Montana who famous PIN-IT-UP LAMP. : ? ........................ .. .......................
was singing with a guitar.That
"There's a fellow I want to was the daughter of the one-legged DINE AT THE :
I S Birds Animals
know more about. Fishe

There stood the governor holdingout i PLAZA RESTAURANT : % DESSERT
Just then he heard out of the MOUNTED :
BUT a hand to her,gesturing towardshis
In//: and the laughing and carriage. -Also- % % HOME %
I Palm
the shouting and the aimless chat Hot anger stood up In the heart of II... are accustomed to Royal

terlng of the crowd In the street the the bishop,and then he saw that the dining at home, you will find Dignified, SJ..patk.tl. I And Novelties.
voice of one girl singing above the
girl was refusing. She was shaking downS I THE : :
a novel and ea-
rest.The her head She was still singing her PLAZA. Courtesy I BARBECUES of aU kind
sweetness of !it ran into his 25c And I jojable experience. C C
his mind understood song. : Fine Work At a Reason :
soul even before
The governor turning suddenly monthInstalls C D.IIcoos! acted Sandwiches
the meaning of the words. per I able PricePHONE : LICENSED EMBALMED
strode back Into his carriage and fc BREAKFAST : ..:
She was singing: flung himself back Into his former e S COLD BEERBOB'S

seat, and all the crowd thronged complete the wonderful i LUNCHEON 20 : Ambulance $.rric. :
"Love 1 s not happlnns. I
about him and cheered SUPPER
A horse under heol defeat READY LIGHT UNIT. I e , BARBECUE
sword under band; .
A The bishop was agape. lie could I
And But lot red*wine I*|not for btpplne the belly**.": not believe the thing that he had S S PLAZA RESTAURANT 801 Fleming l Street : LADY ATTENDANT: ': White at N..'" Street

seen.The girl of the inn had refused ,

At that, he only paused to pull the the governor See of our employees regarding these i 505 Dural Street KEY WEST FLA. Phone 548 Never Sleep : Cart Service ..:
mask again over hi* face before he (Copyright, l i\. Harper 4 Brother! any t ...ete..ee..te.........:..s.ee.tee........e.N.........................:..eee...............c

leaned from the window of thebishop's lamps, or see them on display at our display
Tomorrow. Montana Uirne the, : J ,,PLANTS, FLOWERS,
palace and tent his voiceHoroscope fate of a frUnd. I I room. : PLUMBINGDURO I '

I .
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11.lIIIII..II1 : i : Cocoanut Plants, each ,!.. .

Today's Notice To Subscribers I I"loa. S This Special Offer 12 Insertions : PUMPS I Hibiscus Plants each lfe 5e

........................ PLUMBING SUPPLIES Boneainrillea Bed Of- Pur-
B Limited to April S pIe> *. *. =1.00

You have an ambitious and sen- .. t>. prompt la paying>> : OVERPoil1Jettfa Plants, SOe to '1.00

sitive the carrier w.o deliver year PHONE. 348 .
nature, with great powers PER MONTH : : Transportation Co., Inc.: j Crotona each ....,_...._.. 23e
vf H. The CitI..a
determination which will pro- peper. par GET YOUR LAMP TODAY i iIS % FAST and RELIABLE : Turks Cap each ........... a.
duce a plan of life carefully laid '5 cents a week '.1' the paper i :
out and Boles dMD. ._._.,,._ *-20
persisted in of :
in. spite and tell it to yo. for 20ata DAILY FREIGHT SERVICE :
olstac1ea., JOHN CPARK
Somewhat aggressiveand I
His profit for deJ'.... : Inforawtioii :
obstinate and ai little irritable $3 00 : : Swth Florida Nursery
effort should be made to i lag la 5 teals weekly e* each The Key West Electric Co. b: : : PHONE 269- M :

avoid offending others, which .....e".r.. If fc. U not paid 328 SIMONTON ST. : JAS. D. BAILEY Aant : .... !lIT c.h.rl. Si.'yrtN .

easy in this degree ilJ HE leas Not Tb. Cltl.... !

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..........................4.....................a ................... ............. I' ........0...............) fit Waynesville, N. C., 62 years r'

MANY BARGAINSAT PERSONAL MENTIONWilliam : : ::::: I Today's Birthdays ago. ii i i iBumsteadsWormSyrupT

SOCIETY : : ..- ................... .... I Johan novel ; rhlldrmi .a ..1rO'I mt nrrnf WKw
Bojer, Norwegian
:x: LONG'S STOREOne I I *"tr*. 1- i Arnold I left yesterday Mrs. Guilreymo i Russell, who Sarah Wambaugh of Cambridge, ;,I ist, born 63 years ago. 'I L rAII r.*t or."'.It..rlt..earrlt.\:\'1"1It: rontuiM mud H.OCWMMW fall *..*,
I afternoon for a few days in Miami was in Miami for a short visit: with Mass., who was a member of the' I I Uoud kltlv rnuV. I-.t. twill e.errabergsr

Nina de Lisa Leslie, Editress of the best offers in the t on business. her husband engineer<< on the ;( Saar Plebiscite Commission, born i I George D. Dayton of :Minneapolis \ fr*bir. C.suit A. .",60...bcc a *buttle. 4L O. rMUdclU
'PHONE 752-J J Steamship' Florida, returned )'es-I in Cincinnati, 53 years ago. merchant and banker, born I

................................................. the furniture line is now !being: given Mrs. R. A. Bissell left yesterday terday. i I ---- I II "r at Clifton Springs: N. Y., 78 years
at Long's Furniture Store. In a afternoon for a visit with Mr. Harold M. :ago. I MONROE THEATERFay
I Stephens of Utah
Key West Woman's Club Elects 10-day sale now going on, the com- Bissell at Matecumbe and will re- Mrs. Daniel Bacon who i Ui!, senior U. S. Assistant Attorney- I Herbert Kaufman ray-Ralph Bellamy, in
\ plete stock of modern furniture is turn in a few days. I spending the winter with her parents I! General, born at Crete, Nebr., 49 Tarry- I WOMAN IN THE DARK
town, N. Y.: editor author
Officers At Regular Meeting 1 being sold at cash prices on easy O. B. Brenner, engineer with! Captain and Mrs. Welling i years ago. 1['syndicate head<< born in Washington Joan BIondell-Hajrh Herbert in
---t- i terms.In the B. and O. railroad, and if on,I I ton M. White left yesterday for I i ---- ]': I D, C., 57 years ago. Matinee Balcony, lOc Orchestra I
Mrs. Mary E. Gril- Havana to spend a brief vacation i I Pi of. Solomon S. Huebnvr of : ;
The regular monthly meetingof companied by another section of this issue I Robert: who were in Key West! << 1520c Night,
the Key West Woman's Clab:{I! lion Sawyer, entertained with I II of The Citizen these easy terms;j j I for two days and enjoyed a day's+j ji with Steamship'Florida her father. ,Captain of the P.of and the:I the Univ. of Pennsylvania noted ':I Subscribe to The Citizen. ; 15.2ScJ
I well-chosen! and delightfully sun:;, fishing guest of rev. Shuler authority on finance and insurance ..
as _
i ij
held yesterday afternoon at are listed, showing the i - -- -
was weekly and !
I ,
j O. S. S.
!,| vocal selections, and this phase, j Poole, left yesterday afternoon for company. born at Manitowoc Wis., 53
4o clock at the Clubhouse on! monthly payments and the down ;j jpayment t '
I of the program was followed by aj iI j required when .< the home in Hamilton, Ohio. I i years ago.
Division street, with Mrs. G. N.'talk by Mrs. Hildegard Ott Rugsell -\ buying I II
I furniture Mrs. Moore wife of Lieutenant t
this ,
Goshorn, president of the club,; on the lives and works of)II i iI Mrs. Russell, wife of Captain I I Sir George Bury, Canadian Pa-t
presiding. i I some of Florida's poets. I I Leslie Russell of Battery<< "E",+= Al. Moore of the United States cific Railway head born in Mon = The Never-Tiring

Recommendations of the nomi-! Other items on the wholly enjoyable -( DAVEDORFMANBUYS Florida National Guard of Key j Army reserves attached to the treal, CO years ago. I I I GUARDIANof
nating committee were voted on, program were another, :j West and daughter, left yesterday 'j Civilian! Conservation Corps headquarters << I I

and the following officers elected I solo by Mrs. J. C. Gekeler; the) afternoon for: Islamorada for! at Atlanta, arrived yesterday Homer L. Ferguson of Newport ,
for the coming year: reading 01 two by Mrs. ANTIQUES! brief visit with the captain. your
poems a and is the guest of her parents News, Va., shipbuilder<< born
Mrs. G. N. Go!>horn, president.Mrs. .I William R. Warren, "Island of I I I I I .1

Andrew Miller! first vice, the Sea," by Mrs. Luethi, and John L. Stowers<< sister-in-law, I{ Mr. and Mrs.! William W. H1 HEALTH

president.Mrs. I "Key West Sanctuary," by Stephen Dave Dorfman, New York buy I j :Mrs. Angeliquc Winfree and her 1 Dcmeritt at the home on Whitehead SHORtl :

Robert Lord, second; vice. Cochran Singleton; "Key I
president.Mrs. { Wvst" Folk Song," the words of ing watches, etc., arrived here<< today j Maria Winfree. who were in Key I .. Co LDSA
: Charles Wardlow, recording -j which were composed by Mrs.! for a week for the purpose of j jWe.t for the funeral of 1\1\'s.1 1" TEE Who appears like clockwork
secretary. I IHiidegard! Russell, and Ming by|I buying such items &; mentioned:{' Stowers, left yesterday on TO SUBSCRIBERSIf = every day of the year

Mrs. Lewis Pierce, corresponding -' Miss\ i:; Emily Crosland, accompanied above. 'I' Steamship Cuba for Havana. I I PROVED BY 2 GENERATIONS = with a load of pure health-

secretary.Mrs. by Miss Edna Smith; and I According to Mr. Dorfman, . you do not receive your 1 Q = protection?
J. J. Trevor, treasurer. I a poem-reading by Md. Haydn there are many Key Westers who I Sheriff K. O. Thompson returned ;i paper by COO: o'clock in the I
Mrs. William J. I'mIan, audi-:Illingworth Ilortensej I be in from Ilamor3daI I! YOUR ICE MAN Of Course
I of Mrs. may the possession:: of yesterday :; ; afternoon well!! telephone 51 ,
I Gomez Bryan's "Key West-Its' antiques and heirlooms that have !where he was during the unsettled i Over Sea Hotel I. ,
tor.Mrs. and a paper will be sent He never has to be defrosted. He never thumpsor
Norberg Thompson and Origin. I considerable value and; yet might times brought about by the strike
Mrs.Wjllianllt. Warren, direc- One of the most interesting appear to be worth little or noth-!j of veterans at the camps. I to your home. A complaint 917 FLEMING STREET whirr He always saves you dollars and cents.
tors. boy 'is on duty at this office
features of the afternoon the
ing.Mr. for the ROOM, running_water __ $KOO I
At. the conclusion of the busi-. exhibition of paintings; done by Dorfman) who can be reached It. C.; P lPY. who operates aj I from 6:00: to 7:15 p.m. ROOM, with 'bath _......., -1.50 j
of delivering complaints. CALL NO.
ness meeting the chair was turned Mrs. Howard Leslie Smith, Miss (I by addressing Box D, care of canteen at Islamorada, came in purpose I 8
over to Mrs. Haydn Illingworth,i Grace Kemp<< Mrs. Harriet Wil- The Citizen will call onanjonewho yesterday for a short business ,'is-I Help us give yon 100 Wt .KLy-RA, rc t!

chairman of the Fine Arts Department -Json I Mr. Wallace! Bryant Kirke, might have such articles and it and returned in the afternoon. I II (percent do not service receive by calling The Citizen.51 if''Jou Newly'Renovated* ,*..l.t f"New 1 i FOR PURE ICE
who had arranged a r land batiks by Mrs. J. S. Dudley. estimate their worth if the owners EquapmenfNew I
most interesting program for the j These: samples of art work were will but notify him.THANKS Mrs. Albury. wife of Major William ........................ Management II I
remainder of the afternoon. j beautifully executed and welli ) V. Albury, Florida National !! ANYWHERENO

IKss Marguerite; Goshorn i displayed, and brought forth many FIREMENI Guard, left yesterday afternoon 'j YOUNG GIRL TAKES IRON e
opened the program with a piano words of admiration! from the for I&lamorada:" tll join the major j! POUNDS CLEANER HOTEL 1 I ICE REFRIGERATORS
solo, and this was followed by an large number of guests present. take this method of publicly who is: in command of the national j i I k --- ------- -
opening address by Mrs. E. R.I j, -A special welcome was extended I thanking the chief and members guard units in that area. i I Bertie; Grove, age 12, was badly I

Evans, after which a vocal solo| to Miss Marie Cappick, founder'I) of the Key West Fire Department underweight. After taking Vinol
was rendered by Mrs. J. C. Geke-i jof the Key West Woman's Club for their<< excellent work in savingmy Charles Wan'low.' oT the local j (iron tonic) she gained ten Made of All Metal-Equipped With

ler, accompanied by Mrs. E. R. j and to guests, among whom were property' from complete de- 'I customs force, who was attending j pounds. It gave her appetite and
Evans. I Jan unusually great number of ftruction this morning in the fireon I a meeting of tobacco examim.rsI |, rosy checks.<< Children like Vinol. WATER COOLERSThey're

Mrs. Howard Leslie Smith then j viyiting ladies and gentlemen. Saw>er's lane. Their efficiency I of the customs service from all Oriental Pharmacy.PALACE.

gave a brief and most illuminating ''j! Adrian Dornbush extended a prevented a serious fire. I parts of the country, in Tampa Economical! 100 Per Cent
and interesting talk, with her cordial invitation to members of I marC-lt R. L'. CURRY. returned<< yesterday accompaniedby

subject "What Painting in Key. the Woman's Club and also all Mrs. Wardlow.Mrs. I PANOPTIKSThe Refrigeration Satisfaction

West Has Meant to Me." There>; guests, to visit and make use of Most Coughs C. II. W. Read," of Miami i Nova Pilbeani in PANOPTIKS SEGMENT

followed a reading of two poems<< i the Key West Art Gallery recently<< Demand CreomulsionDon't Beach and Mrs. O. A. Sandquist; 'i LITTLE FRIEND has: been<< designed! from a studyof Priced at
by Mrs. A. D. Luethi. one of opened. Gables arrived yesterday eye movements to permit a
them "Isle of Delight" composedby I A social hour, during which let them ,pet a strangle of Coral I Comedy and Short Reel
re- their large useful image at
hold. Fight them quickly. Creo- to ut*en.i i the funeral of reading ,
Miss Mollie Parker and "An t freshments were served, followedthe 'mulsion combines 7 helps in one. grandmother Mrs. Charlotte Matinee: 10-15c Night: 10-20c the same time to leave a maxi $30 and $35EASY

Appreciation," by Mrs. Eva Mil foregoing program of music 'Powerful but harmless. Pleasantto I Gould this afternoon. mum distance field. The difference -

ler. I j and talk. and this hour was also I take. No narcotics. Your own in size and) shape; be-
Mrs. Janice Maloney Lewis, ac. much enjoyed by those present.<< I druggist is authorized to refund' I tween the PANOPTIK segmentand TERMS 0 DAYS' FREE TRIALThompson's
your money on the spot if your JUNIOR DRUM AND FUNERAL HOME
--- --- - - - -- -- I the round segment of older ............
cough or cold is not relieved by I BUGLE CORPS Established 49 YUrt e .sI

Governor And Mrs. Sholtz Honor Creomulsion. (adv.) I Dance and Floor Show 1,: Key Wen' Oldest savings type Bifocales for useful represents vision in the the

I ............--._- _..-.. 'l" 24-Hour Ambulance Service Panoptik.
J Friday Night March 8 Licensed Embalmer Ice Company Inc.
Guests Of Malones Last Evening CLASSIFIED CUBAN CLUB Phone 135 Ni.bt 698-W DR. J. A. VALDES I ,

-- I Gentlemen, 60c Ladies Free JI Orthogon Soft-Lite Licensee

Mayor and Mrs. William II. greet the Governor and Mrs. I 532 DUT Street
Malone entertained last evening Sholtz CASA MARINA *' .
(i!j I enjoyable and delightful. COLUMN.e I ? -- -

at a dinner-party at their home on j!i Other guests at the dinner-par- Key West's Hotel De Luxe _ __ _ _
...... Pirates Cove Fishing CampPirates --- ---- -u - - - -
Division street, honoring Governor ty included Mr. and Mrs. Wallace ( [ American
I:I Plan
and Mrs. David Sholtz. I 1 Bryant Kirkc. Mr.\ and Mrs.\ Peter I LOST I Cove, Florida r
''I 200 Delightful Rooms each
The occasion brilliantly Schutt
was a Mr. and Mrs. Sullivan,
and beautifully<< executed one, ,'hiss: Ilcen Williams, Elmer Davis, KEYS in front of Plaza Restaurant : : I 20 Miles: From Kev West on i I with Private BathEvening

with table decorations of pastel \!I Stanley Wood and A. W. Wheeler. I Monday night. Finder the Overseas: Highway I: Dmntr ........__ $2.00 be Roe.dwinlledJOn

roses and tall pastel candles. j|I Mr. and Mrs. Malone are de- plea'e return to Mr. Lewis, SWIMMING POOL I Luncheon. ......---....-....... 1.50 't

faultless service and the habitual j I'I parting today for :Miami to attend Hcffner-Vinson, Tent Show. FINE CUISINE: 1 Afternoon Tea .............._ .50 / '
geniality anj hospitality of the the Miami Flower Show at [ marC-lt First Class Accommodations- or a la Carte ACCEPTING IMITATIONS

Malone!, all combining to make: the special invitation of Mrs. Write or Telephone! for Palm-Shaded Sandy Beach with
THURSDAY: probably in Kress To get the original Davis 100% Pure Paint
the dinner, and the hours following -!S I Julian Sutherland. Chairman of Reservations Casino --- Be sure to" MADE IN BALTIMORE.
Store in leather -- -
lorgnette small
during which a number of ,I. the Show, and expect to return case. Reward<< Phone 5"')-J:. I Rates: $5.00 to $7.00 Per Day Masseur in Attendance I for !Davis 100% Pure Paint hat often tttn MmrAlll'look. mot
toI 'I .. ....
guests dropped in informally the latter part of the week. '
I mar62txTRANSPORTATION American Plan PETER SCHUTT. Mgr. r.s this Label imitated but never duplicated. ..-""
_. t' Davis 100% Pure Paint conforms with -
--- - -- ------ -- -- -- I
--- - aow all pure paint Law and if the only paint

Entertainment Last Night At ( ISLANDFISHING i Qp that arrieiI a guarantee. of purity __...
I PARTY MOTORING to Vicksburg, CAMP I PAI T [bob/ for tins Guarantee the Label** .
Convent Was Enjoyable Event Miss., will take one or two pas- I Operated by II.: M. Ellison 1 HOTELIn .a.
: ..... .
sengers. Apply 416 White Best Fishing on Coast Wt have no coMMction with any at her runt Manufacturer ntmt .ar utowr*
-- the Center of the Business AU our proJukM are aud by u* in Ealunor and toU through Dealer anlyjMLTIMOREMTtr
-street. mar5- tx
Tht; presentation of .Mystery ,;, cast consisted of Mis I es Cornelia I' Guides and Boats Available THEH.RDAVIS CQ .- 189lJ
and Theater JI'G
of the Masked Girl" us given last i j Rickotts.: Frances Ellsworth: , Sea Food-Fishing r

night in the auditorium of the Louisa Dolaney Mary Lou De- -----MISCELLANEOUS.-.-- .--- --- I Boating---Bathing First Class-Fireproof- ,.. G.{ C. ROBERTS Corner Caroline and William Streets( '
Convent of Mary.Immaculate hereby I I Boer. Margaret Mary Dion, Mar- READ) the advertisements) in The Write for Reservation, Po J ,
the members of the Junior tha Gomez, Office, Ramrod Key Sensible Rates ., .
i i I Carbonell Angeline Citizen. You will find it as I 't '
Accessible by hail: Auto to -- - -- -- --- - - -- --
Class was most enjoyable.The I Lillian Lujan, Bculah Brantley. profitable(; diversion tf: COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEN.
matinee yesterday of the 1 j Georgina Rivas, Alice Parks and . : ,j( Ramrod Key :Tf$ ;IIJf4'I' ll4: II..IIII..L .I.1'II

mystery-comedy played to a capacity -I O'Dell Wickers.Between ALL MAKES RADIOS: REPAIR: j Camp Boats Meet Guests I Garage Elevator'' ! 'CF '1 Rates $5.00 Per Day- I
audience, and last night's ; the acts of the play ED by authorized radiotrician. Pricesic' .
American Plan' Popular I
attendance: large. and very aj>- I there were vocal selections and Work guaranteed. 1107 Varela': "
preciative.The several instrumental numbers, street Phone 8CC-J. I I --.
-- DAY
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young; ladies played their I. and these too, were much enjoyed feb23-lmox

roles exceedingly<< well, and the by those present. I -

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Cuban Consul To Arrange For Danes WE Week RENT<< Repair by the all Hour makes, Day and or''I I LIBERAL TERMS AT CASH PRICES

Entertain At Tea 1 At Cuban Club paint them with Nu-Enamcl. We!;

carry a full supply of paits. |
Cuban Consul Bcrardo<< Rodriguez -I, The Junior Drum and Bugle Agent for the Roll fast Bicycles ; COMPLETE STOCK OF MODERN FURNITURE OFFERED IN THIS SALE

Valdes at Key West, will Corps will sponsor a dance Friday i- and sell them<< as low as $1.00 ( ON LIBERAL TERMS AT CASH PRIICES S
I per week. J. L. Stowers :Music i
entertain at tea<< this afternoon in I evening. March 8, at the Company. janl8-lmo i ii ( it-

honor of Senora de Manilla' wife! Cuban Club. The boys and girlsof i I iI $ 1.00 to $ 25.00, one-fifth down, one-fifth each week for 4 weeks

of the military attache of the!i the corps will parade up Du i FOR RENT I $ 26.00 to $ 50.00, one-fifth down, one-eighth each week for 8 weeks

Cuban embassy in Washington:: ,! val street to the club at o'clock..
The guests will be entertained FURNISHED: BUNGALOW FOR'' $ 51.00 to $ 75.00, one-fifth down, one-twelfth: each week for 12 weeks
and son, who are arriving this II-XT-AU modern conven1iences. I
afternoon from Havana on then 1 at a floor show. Following are i C32 William street.!! r. $ 76.00 to $100.00, one-fifthdown* 'one-fourth' + each month for 4 months
some of the acts which will be
Steamship Cuba. .1 presented!: Tap Dance by Teresa, Apply Valdes Bakery. feb2S $101.00 to $125.00, one-fifth down cne-fifth each month for 5 months

include Other guests of the consul will! Sullivan the Carioca and Continental -i $126.00 to $150.00, one-fifth down, cne-sixth each month fer 6 months .
Ralph Z. Tobriner. of i i BUNGALOW .
danced by Gerald Tinder i I I
Washington, a winter visitor inKey | $151.00 to $175.00 one-fifth down one-seventh each month for 7 months
West and Marjorie Frow solo by Helen<< I ply 823; Duval street. mar2tf Fine Fishing Tackle ,
and Jose Mendoza!, Curry, anti! solo! by Olga Ramos.
chancellor at the Cuban con- INSTRUCTIONS i I $l7G.OO to $200.00 one-fifth down one-eighth each month for 8 months

sulate. NOTICEA $201.00 to $225.00, one-fifth down, cne-ninth each month for 9months:
-Made ByPflueger -
PIANO-Thorough individual instruction $226.00 to $250.00, one-fifth down, cne-tenth each month for 10 months .
DeMolay Dance meeting of the :\Iuk -\Itlki-O: at reasonable rates.
will be held tonight at the Cuban Charles Roberts Studio, 613 I Vom Hofe and South Bend
Tomorrow Night Club at 8 o'clock. Matters of Margaret street. I I S Weekly or monthly payments can be arranged if desired. If the down '\ .

Robert J. Perry-Chapter, Or- importance therefore all will members be discussed are requested 1-2-4-C-8-11-13-15x FOR EVERY SPECIES OF GAME FISH payment is more thin! one-fifth it will reduce the weekly or monthly pay. 'S

der of DeMolay will sponsor a to be presnt. marG-ltx FOR SALE See Our Complete LinejThompson's ment. More liberal terms may be arranged at a slight advance in price.LONG'S S
dance at the Cuban Club tomor-
row night starting at 1) o'clock. Postiraster General Farley reports 1 AUCTION SALE ON FURNITURE '

Music will be furnished by a to Congress that the cost'I -Dressers, beds, dining i Hardware Store
12-piece dance band composed of of the Army's, flying the taaiU for' room furniture chairs; stoves,! FURNITURE STORE

Tommy's Orchestra and the Heff-I' that short and) fateful period last I four-piece wicker set. library

ner-Vinson<< Players. winter cost 3767355. with 66 table and other articles. Satur- CAROLINE STREEET .. .

t crashes in which 12 pilots were day. March 9th, 10 A. M. 1013 I _
Subscribe to The Citizen. killed and five badly! hart. Southard street marC-SU _, ._ .ITIII.lIT.I.I.I.lI.I.J'I.lI'II'.lI..IiTIII :

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