The Key West citizen

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The Key West citizen
Place of Publication:
Key West Fla
The Citizen Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
March 26, 1935
Daily (except Saturday)[<1958-1995>]
Daily[ FORMER <1908-1909>]
Daily (except Sunday)[ FORMER <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 68 cm.


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
24.559167 x -81.784031


The Key West Citizen (Key West, Florida) published its first issue in 1879 under the direction of Walter Thompson. Throughout the years, the Citizen combined with several other local papers and in 1905 became a weekly operated by Thomas Treason Thompson, Walter Thompson's cousin, and his business partner Macy B. Darnall. Two years later, Thompson and Darnall joined forces with publishers of the Inter-Ocean, another local paper, to form the Citizen Publishing Company and publish the combined, newly formed six-day-per-week edition of the Key West Citizen. In 1912, L.P. Artman Sr. bought the paper. He set out to modernize its journalistic style and began printing it on a Linotype machine. The paper continued publishing under his direction until 1954 when he passed away and his son, Norman D. Artman, took over as publisher. This paper has classified itself as Democratic since its inception but always vowed to provide unbiased news. The Citizen is considered a "paper of record," having outlived most other local newspapers during times of war, peace, and prosperity. For decades, the Citizen has prided itself on being the "southernmost newspaper in the USA" and has been a member of the Associated Press. The paper's aim has remained "advancement of the interests of Key West and Monroe County." From the 1920s to the 1950s, the Citizen covered major national and international news topics of the day, including the attack on Pearl Harbor and World War II, the Great Depression, and affairs in Cuba, with which Key West has close business relations. On a statewide and local level, the Citizen included reports on the development of the railroad system in Florida, the fishing industry, and the Everglades National Park. It featured recurring columns for local sports, news related to "society" and "improvements for Key West advocated by the Citizen." In 1953, the newspaper introduced the "Colored Community News" and "Notas Cubanas," both recurring sections. Colored Community News was edited by Winifred Sands Johnson and appeared weekly, typically, as a full page dedicated to news and social events in the local African American community. Notas Cubanas was a column published by Raoul Alpizar Poyo. Every column covered a different topic related to Cuba and/or the local Cuban community and was published in Spanish. Key West, Florida, is the southernmost city in the continental US. Although there are accounts of the island from as early as the 1740s, there was no permanent settlement until around 1821 when Florida became a territory of the United States. The island, however, was not incorporated until 1828. In 1815, the Spanish governor of Cuba deeded Key West to Juan Pablo Salas, who sold the island to John W Simonton in 1822. Simonton divided the islands into plots and sold three to John Mountain, John Whitehead and John Fleming; the four are considered the "founding fathers" of Key West. The location's importance for shipping necessitated both a military and legal infrastructure. In 1828, the United States government established a federal court to adjudicate admiralty disputes. Early in its establishment, Key West was home to substantial Bahamian and Cuban populations. In the 19th century, Bahamians fished, turtled, and traded throughout the area. Travel and communication between Key West and Cuba were a common occurrence. Cubans migrated to the town during political upheavals of the 1850s, the Ten Years War (1868-1878), and the Cuban War for Independence of 1895. In the late 19th century, Cubans established substantial cigar-making operations in Key West. Historically, the city's economy was based on salvaging shipwrecks, salt manufacturing, cigar making, and fishing. Henry Flagler's Florida East Coast Railroad expanded to Key West in 1912 and connected the Keys and mainland Florida until its rail lines were destroyed by a hurricane in 1935. It was later replaced with the Overseas Highway, an automobile highway spanning 42 bridges that today serves as an extension of US Route 1. Key West also played a significant role in military efforts. Naval Air Station Key West traces its history back to the arrival of Captain David Porter and his "Mosquito Fleet" of the American Navy, which began operation from the island in 1823. Key West was held by the Union during the Civil War and became an important supply point for the Union Navy in its efforts to blockade Confederate Florida. The island also served as a center of military activity during the Mexican-American War, the Spanish-American War, World War I and World War II. Additionally, the base has functioned as a training facility during non-wartimes.
Additional Physical Form:
Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Cf. N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.:
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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Senate Members Change Attitude :r i!I LOCAL GROUP 1 1I 'COMPILE RATINGS AND AWARDS IN YARD !:1 Highly Trained Armies Small But Fast

Regarding Extreme' Sensitiveness > i HERE YESTERDAY .: Will Wage Fighting In 'Next War'UNITED

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Familiar Charge That' MANY SAILFISHCAUGHT They were somewhat hampered, it was said' because of the numberof I TAX EXEMPTIONSARE

MIAMI; MANY ASSEMBLEAT contestants who had not carried out their original intentions'and

were declared "disqualified." The winners of the prizes were an- I PORTU. NOW URGEDALL Views Pertaining To
Congress Has Become 1 j AT LONG RAILWAY STATION
I nounced in The Citizen on Saturday. SituationBy

'Rubber Stamp' Makes The rating of the entiles on the three basis uie-1 in determining I

I KEY FISH CAMP Several hundred friends, relatives winners, were as follows: S. S. NEW ORLEANS IN HOME OWNERS ARE URGED .

No Impression I I I and well wishers assembled I VICINITY OF TORTUGAS TODAY TO APPLY FOR RIGHT F. B. COLTON

yesterday afternoon when the I, I wD (lly .%Mi rlalr" I'rrs.l

LARGE NUMBER OF NEW ARRIVALS -)|i I I members of the cast of the "Pi ..''.' > .a. "; > I ; PLANES FROM SHIP WHETHER ELIGIBLE IN I I WASHINGTON, March -,26:---
Name Address & 115. i id ... ...: _
By HERBERT PLUMMER REPORTED MANY rates of I'enzance" left for Miami \ g' g g CAME TO KEY WESTU. MATTER NOW OR NOT The "next war," :if it comes, especially
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4117 A WASHINGTON, March 26.- RECORDS MADE IN TAKINGOF to broadcast the romantic V.-_ :; aUR7: H if fought on Americansoil

opera tonight and present it to 40%, 30% 30% 100'/c will
I S. New I be a war of comparatively
During the last session; of congress SPECIMENS I morrow night at the Miami Bill- S. Orleans, CaptainA. Plans for broadening the homestead .

administration leaders in the I more theater. I Mrs George hale. 311 William ._e. .... 40r5 20'%;' 15%: 75% B. Reed, U. S. N., commanding, i! trjc exemption laws to include :: smal but highly.

The opera as presented during!I Mrs. Charles Albury, 1227:! South 4 j.:... 20'% 30%; 2070';; which passed Key West yesterday i! single: 'persons (home own. !t|i trained armies, traveling to the
(!Speelal U Tke CKUriOLOMG I
senate were extremely sensitive Prof. W. C. Duncan. '1231'South :L 15% 3Ot15',{ C0%
and from which several planes ers) who i iwl're
are not heads I I
KEY, Fla., March 2C.(; the week of "w Semana Alegre"l I i' of families attack at nigh speed.

when'subjected to criticism either I Twenty sailfish were caught atI in KeyVest was such a i Ribbons cam' to Key'West for the ship's' recommended in a resolution i i i Thus future

: I I that !, Miss Etta Patterson!' Caroline ..J.: :.._. 10% 20'} 20% 50% mail i h today: in the vicinity of. adopted by the executive commit-,'| : conflicts are seen
immediately both -and
by the'press or individuals on the the Long Key Fishing Camp, Long Tampa .
l\\ rs. Edwina Roberts.: Francis .: :! 20% "10% .' 20% 50' Dry Tortugas. i j tee or the State Tax by Gen. ''DougUs MacArthur
Fla. in week made notable,I Miami lovers of music expressed'wish ; .r.- Asst'ssors'l I I -
way' that bodyidjdbuslnes,. I a I : Mrs. J. II. Aldrich 1329 Grinnell! .... 5% 25% 2050'+ 'With the arrival in these waters:'; Association in Tampa last; Saturday ,chief of staff 'of the U. S. Army

by a number of outstanding, a to have the production presented !: Mrs. Frank Olm.'tcad, 703 South ._ 015',4: 30% 45'4I of the New Orleans I' according to J, N. Lummus, :':
nol familiar : the usual unfounded .,,
charge that cno- I catches, including one which set a'1 in those cities. There' is a I I Thomas Warren, Jr., i017 Southard 10% S% 25'* 40% Jr.. president, upon his return to. and he is endeavoring to build up

gress 'menl, had become a "rub- i j I j probable world record. !j( probability, it is understood, of I I 1 I statements were in the Miami !i I|i and equip the American forces
Blue Ribbons ?ir. Oue that the vessel The I i
to ,
i the :; was re- legislature' will be asked!!' ''
her stamp" for the president'! The record was that of N. Jer- production. going to Tampa'later. Mrs Lulu Maloney. 907 Georgia .... 10% 15'* lOCi: :35'; ; main at Tortugas until President Lummus said, to adopt an act authorizing ',, with these ideas in mind. One of
law of Chicago, who was believedto I i Mrs. l'aull\1esa, 1211 Washington... 0 0 SO'.t 3Q'ti
brought immediate and deep re-I Members\ of the cast who will i!i Roosevelt: completed his fishing a message to grant exemptions the first steps, already put into
have set a new all-time world I Other Contestants to home owners now ex1 1
in the ,
appear Miami in Florida
mark for the taking of sailfish presentation Mrs. P. .... trip waters. eluded effect, is to organize the regular
sentment. Time and again individual are: Johnson D. Holloway 1120 White 5'5'i 20C'r; 30V because they have no dependents '
Avery pirate king; _..... Another v.-as to the effect that :
with ultra-light tackle when he 1\Iril. Oscar Collins 1408 Olivia 10% 5'lO'.i 25'i As now construed it and nation!
Edmund army guard ia
senators arose to denounce :, used a g-ounce tip and 4-thread ]Mills\ Curry, lieutenant; George Mrs J. T. Hathawty. 1225 South ___. 10'10'0< ; 5'i 25'., the condition of affairs: politicaland : applies only to heads of families.In . troops
White, pirate apprentice; Mrs. Jer Knight 1209 Washington:; 5'0 20'i 25'", the United States into four
such insinuations I IFor line to take a sailfish G feet 7 !li Floyd Eaddy, major general; A. Mrs R. II. Cash. 1001 t Southard .. ... 10'i". 0 ]10',4( 20',. otherwise in Cuba was such view of the shove Lummus

inches long, weighing 33,2 E. Fisher sergeant of police; Mrs. J. H. Saunders. 1120 Catherine 0 5''< 15r/r 20M. as to warrant the United States urged all home owners to make: armies, each complete ;in itself

borne reason these senators'have pounds. This being the lightest Janice Maloney Lewis, Mabel Mrs. Alphus Higgs. 112G Von Phister 10'/ 0 5',1 15'/i keeping a vessel of the of the application for a $5.000 exemption 'I and
not displayed such zeal in outfit ever used to take a fish of Lena Bervaldi. Edith ; ', Mrs. Maitland\ Adams 1325 White. 5%;; 5tt; 5'/l 15V; type whether they are eligible or not, ready to act as a unit in cas
leaping to the defense of thatbody's this weight. I'Drown I I abel ; Virginia :i Mrs Robert Lord, 1118 Catherine. 0 3V 10% 15"cMrs. ciuHcr: in these waters. There and by so doing they will be ready its area ;is attacked.
Eva JKuth.
fair name thus far in the j| In accomplishing} this, Mr. Jer- ? ; B Warner. J. A. Doza. 1214 Olivia ....___..... 10'0 !5 i'% 15% were alo others with the fame for action when the law is enacted I i
I These the delineators of Miss Louise Scheurer Whitehead 0 5157': ; I i The vast armies *
529 10% o: millions
present . j law foundation tl-oe! All o
congress.Following bettered his own JIIeviousworM the principal roles. aj mentioned. j applications must be filed by'
defeat of the world ; record, the taking of a sail Stanley's :Mrs. Harrison Reese, 1017 Varela. 5% (0 I 5%.> 10'/ As a matter of truth, the shipin April 1. so that the assessor's rccord.s men, fighting on fronts hundred

court protocols and, more recently ;, with a 2!j.ounce tip and C-tbread Mary Daughters Louise Spottswood.: MargaretDion \ Vance Stirrup, 1404 Olivia _-._....._...- 5% 0 5% 10% all probability: will Le gone before can be completed. j of miles in
length and
the smashing blow delivered the Alce Olive Mrs Leslie Albury, 1119 Catherine. 0 0 5% 5%. President Roosevelt board Home Of Alien Tax Exempt ) practicallydeadlocked
line.The Curry, Day Edith: Williams -
administration's work relief projposal 1 seven-year Long Key !' Yolanda Mendoza\ Isabel All other contestants were declared "disqualified," since there had the destroyer at Jacksonville On February 21. the Tampa for me nth* and even

before its final passage Saturday 1 length record for sailfish, set Kelly. Mary Whitmarsh Clara'Yate been no apparent improvement.! i which will take him to Vincent Daily Times gave an account of a : years at a time, such asOft..'
bitter words of denunciation earlier this season by Frank S. Doris Daughtry Susan La-1 Aslor's Yacht Nourmahal. circuit court decree holding the )(1

as well as praise: rained on ,i; Arguimbau of Mcrrick.\ I.. 1., N. Kin. i ii | EDITOR'S NOTE: It was Ffated on Saturday that the above The U. S. S. New Orleans, it homesteads of resident aliens to be ;', typical of the World war, wjll b':

senators' heads. I' Y., was equaled by Miss\ Josephine}i Pirates: John Bennett C G.I'i compilation published in of full averages on Monday on ,awards but the, in report the garden was crowded contest out would of yes be was raid i is making a regular exempt from taxation under the t! outmOlled in thtt next war,. General -

The 'Wild Lee of Danbury, Conn., daughterof cruise and i is in the waters near recently enacted Florida homestead -!1
House Hicks, N. B. Shannahan, J. T. terday's issue, and therefore appears today. .
I 1\ .-. Toitura3 for the of calibrating Tax Exemption !| MacArth believes!!,
Probably the silence and reluctance :? and Mrs. Frank II. Lee. | Williams. B. Curry Moreno Del-i I __ purpose Amendment
I with the capture ol a fish 7 : the compasses and is, The decision= was b ti p41ge $nprk Lt 1.t h"1 totStates
of these ,pr.*.t Defenders ,of' recta,fphin. Ralph.: Uoyderu.Jaraes' -.. ' - - or 3 -u.
r '
11 Cinches loniWpighmg 56 scheduled to sail i Thursday. man,circuit judge/ ,The ruIingVas $":
Burnett. WlUkm F. Hoffman
the senate to spring into action MANY ELIGIBLE OTHERS FINIS f a small: but highly nteinized *!-
in the I
now, and some will admit it priv- pounds.: This was also the heaviest Andrew Brunn and Curry Harris. I of peremptory, writ I|
sailfish of the of mandamus directing the city tax'! force might be
ately, lies in the fact the senate week. [ Policemen: Frank Alvarez 'MANYBUYTAXCERTIFICATES enemy
is coming to be recognized as the Lou Gehrig, baseball star visiting -I| Jesus Carmona, Josehp; Pinder, :, FOR EXEMPTION\ I I VOLUNTARY TIME assessor to grant to Luigi i Doki-j) I II| able to strike a serious bow! at
the with Mrs. Gehrig: masolo. alien resident of Tampa, i
chief trouble-maker in Washin 1 camp Nicholas; Goshorn, George: Perpall, :'
ton ,1 took a sail 6 feet 6 inches !< ng.1 Allen Robinson Steve Boyden, | the full benefits of the homestead -, some vital center.

After I: Studying light tackle angling with I Chester Knowles Jerome Berko- j i ON HOMESTEADSAPPROXIMATELY ON FERA ROLLSSIX Exemption Amendment :j} "There can be no doubt. saynthe
the elections of last November I'
the immediately went- N. Jerlaw. he saw one of the I]| witz. J, ,p. Woodson. Gerald Pini j i; J i.. Dolcimasolo, citizen of Italy, was general "that thoroughly! viIficient .
cry I oceanV oddest monsters, a :!.ooo-i I I I der, Sidney Aronovitz. never naturalized and a resident ,i
up that the "wild" house of MANY HAVE MADE APPLICATION and completely modernized
rep- pound manta which measured Technical Staff: Edna: B. Smith,I ADDED TO LIST MADE ,, of Tampa for 23 years I I
resentatives would be the body to' about 18 feet across the wings. I' musical director; Adrian J. hornI FOURTEENI I J I AT COUNTY CLERK'S 'j i i The test of the amendment limits forces, although only of moderate

cause sleepless nights for the administration > HUNDRED ENTITLED TO UP IN CHECK MADE BY DEPARTMENT its benefits, to "citizen of.
I Among the many arrivals were: j bush, general director; Ralph j( a J| size, will be capable of strikingtelling
in the 74th congress.! John I I'' OFFICE HERE I and who resides in Florida. The '
Trevor. Jr.. of New Gunn. associate!' director; Blanche j ,
Senators, it out elected
pointed ;
was !' York City; !Mr.\ and Mrs. 15. W. I Winslow, dance director; Thelma :!* | city attorneys urged the law in 1(!
I Use Fast Machines
for six years, could be counted Old Murray! Hill! N. J.; Mr.\ and M.\ Thompson, cast: director; Betty HALF APPLY I DIPLOMASSix !: its technical sense of the word. In :j ,

on to stop the house bandwagon Mrs\ Stephen Y. Hord of Lake I I i,, Maloney. business manager; Klir :, Activity continues in the purchasing reaching the legislature\ records t i r "An attack by suehTunits ;might

and save the day for the presij:j,j Forest. 111.; !Mr. and Mrs. E. R.I I' Beck, technical director; Mary !, I of tax certificates in the to determine the intention of the ''be delivered against" our sensitive

dent. J, New'land and Dr. and Mrs. G. J. I' Louise Spottswood costumes; ; There are approximately 1,100 ; other names were added! to I office of Clerk Ross C. Sawyer, law-makers it was found that the I|''i areas with devastating eudd"n-
What has happened! It's been| Geirler'all of South Bend Ind.; Cathryn B. Price, accompanist I Many applications for tax deed phrase "actual citizen was in the
i homestead in the list of those clients relief ness and the only sure
( owners Key West on
the senate where the radical! I but later the word
j Mr. and :Mrs. Joseph M. Cudahy certificates for valuable pieces of original copy
movement have been created and !I of Chicago; !Mr.\ and. Mrs.\ Samuel
fostered. It's been in the senate !;''iJell, 3rd, of Philadelphia; Charles I, A. H. SHEPPARDCOMMENDED ;I taxation on their homesteads, and quota of volunteer work hours and During the past several weeks vote on the proposed! law. I defensive forces featuring I an

where party ranks have been brok-'1 Hilton and J. II. Hull of New 1 )I about one-half of them have fied! are eligible to diplomas. there have been a number of these 'I equal degree of fpeed and

en more easily. It's been in the i! York. I certificates. purchased of
FOR some "
.!|I their applications for expmption,1 The workers are: Klvie: Pierce. MRS. MARY BRADYDIES power .
senate where small groups have !i Also Mr. and Mrs Charles J. |: '' them in a highly desirable subdi- : i
net circles of control. i I ) according to Tax & 004 Olivia street; Andrew Pent 2 I In future wars, afyn] $Art"*' U' usefast
Zimmerer of Port i There Jicen
up Washington. L. j \ \\0'1.' hayek also** ar.ihl.r
Possible Reasons I.; Mrs 0. Ii. Jennings of New II I HEROIC, ACTION .Kit\1' ;\ ej.l-'r.} i Ii., ." ..('>I Catholic lane; Ro clio Itaiiiircz, 'of ".dM,,MfaAriade involving THISMORNING the: point Machines ol both combat foe annl moving in '.ac-to

Some lay the blame on the fact I' York City; J. O. Hristow of |I 1 t :J The: ,deadline for* filing.--. these1: Simonton'street( ; George Dean, other valuable properties i ahnt movement !
lion. An
that senators now are elected. directly mond, Va.; Mr.\ and Mrs\ mfh-I j I Ji 1i i l,applications} js the, .fir \llay.; of :312 Virginia. street t: Rafac'lLazo,1I4'i : .', 11 which: the owners have\ "allowed tobecome ,delcnd on 'tbe sPee-'of-) f.! '"'(r,'w'rX
and I Allen of Sherbrooke Quebec, ..ntll|i PRAISE FOR RESCUING ,EN. 'April aritf'a'fter( that date which delinquent. j jAn
the not by i ja
by people r :. White street anti Julius I FUNERAL I II I SERVICES ARE TO and tanks instead tit'fhl Rhcet{ t.
'I Tonio! Selwart of New York City I j .. but) '''five days efforts to instan this/wa i *.witnessed -
state legislatures as originally? pro- Saunders, 148} Petroniastrpet. .' e14f which men and horses can walk!
----- --- GINEER' WHO FELL OVER. file Mil })(! illegal and applicationg ) this morning when the owners BE CONDUCTED TOMOR.
the constitution '
tided by 1 I ,
| > 1'1 'Le Time 'of each: ; .of these men). haLe | r& j I'Because of .this greater kj/eed.{ ,
will of
not accep'tod. The .a-picttf/of-property'called .
Others attribute the rise of they i SEASON VISITORS BOARD COMES FROM LIGHT- ', n'' carefully checked, with tJ.cirquota'.oC on ROW AFTERNOON i 1 1I armies will operate and ffcnt'overmuch
ownf'of intangible personal; t property the clerk and paid un taxes which 1I
bloc !system such as the progressives hours as pledged and I I I I greater distances and areas.
HOUSE BUREAU who fails to file his returns were delinquent. A tax deed cer- I
both of the republican and | found to be correct and have They will be kept relatively tnjall
LEAVEFORMIAMI i|I by that date is subject to assessment they I I tificate had been issued for this I I I
df'mocratic'ariety., as the reason. j i I II !! by the assessor. I complied with all the requirements.In property and had the owners waited I Mrs. Mary Eliza Brady) G7,'' for ease of maneuvering.!!
Another explanation is! that the i t line with an announcement Because weapons will have far
growth of sectional and regional I I A. II. Sheppard, seaman on the j,: It is suggested that persons who which- appeared in The Citizen of until April 1, it was said, they died 3:40 o'clock this morning 418 at. greater power and efficiency
(i ., own homes but not heads ofI would have lost their holdings. the residence in the rear of
interests, aided and abetted by'| MRS. PRINCIPALE AND FAMILY Lighthouse;; Tender Ivy, has been i are Tuesday March 21, each of these Funeral services,: than in World war days, each isoliJicr .
I commended by the Bureau of !|I, families also file application for I White street. i('I much .
powerful lobbies have brokendown men will receive an artistically o'clock tomor- will have more fightinjr
the method of general policies i- :! HAD BEEN HERE Lighthouses of the Department of I I i exemption of as there is a possibility designed! diploma showing their MRS. E. CHAVEZ 63 will be afternoon held 4:30 from the home of',,: effectiveness Instead l of
I | being enacted during row
his action -
for :
by which party lines were : ALL WINTER 1 Commerce : the coming session of the completion of the voluntary work a sister at 1121 Elgin street to1':: cIoEely-banehed! : ; masse of men,
kept intact It is argued this sit- !!, "jumping overboard and rescuingthe legislature hours pledged.< | 'I I 1 Street
which Fleming
I who had' will make these DIES THIS MORNING ;
engineer of the Ivy ,
about 'I '!
uation has brought: scenesjof j t Ii carry the signatures of Governor Rev. Shuler Peele will officiate. formation.
individual and group skirmishes: i I fallen from the gangplank between :i I: owners eligible. j,' Dave Sholtz and Florida Emer- I I Funeral Home will be in I I!, More 'Open Warfare'
Mrs\ Phyllis Principale. sons, ] J Lopez
j the pier and the side of the ves1 -
in the senate on important issues Relief Administrator Julius j; Commanders will strive to
gency I i I
Jack and Vincent and the latter'swife !'I {: charge of arrangements.Members
one-time bat- 1 s>el. 'LIGHT F. WILL BE! their armies about .
displacing the grand TENDER Stone Jr. FUNERAL SERVICES of Ladies ofi i move rapill yr.I
i Temple
Mrs. Lillian Principale. who I | r
In the letter the con-
tie between the rallied forces of I : seeking to deliver fast surprise
i :
Minoca Council
have been spending the season in been TOMORROW :1 The Eagle -
i to have
siders situation CCNDUCTED
the two major parties. j Key West at a home Virginia | the i GOES CUBA i Pocahontas and Tiger Tail,,: attacks on the enemy's flanks
Perhaps none of these is the street, left yesterday on for their'j I difficult and highly commends and the ; TO MIAMISUPERINTENDENT BRINGS IN AFTERNOONMrs. 1 Tribe 19. Independent Order Red< but whatever the rescuer for his quick thinking combat There will be fewer
real ,
explanation .. home in New York. [ action, and advises that !i 'Men will attend the services. cars.
cause the existing situation is anything They enjoyed the delightful courageous 101 PASSENGERSSteamship I I{Pallbearers will be selected from:i i frontal attacks on strong enemy
will be made
but comfort to the admin. ';.' j commendation apart i ; I There will be a return -
i !
winter here, they said and contemplate of the rescuer's recorcL d Eloisa Chavez G3. died the last named organization. :

istration.__ -- i I I a return about December!: Superintendent William W. De-I AND ELECTRICIAN ROM o'clock this 'morning in the residence -II II Mrs. Brady is survived by four'i I i flays to when the "open armies warfaie"were of-con-the

25. and will remain for the season. meritt yesterday issued instructions Cuba, of the 1'. and at 1313 Simonton street. daughters, Mrs.! Norman Baker,
i instead Ol
ROTARY CLUB TO !I j j Richard Principale. another !Ion, to Captain Phillip L. Cos- LEAVE ON TRIP O. S. SI: company, arrived 'yester Funeral services will be held tomorrow Mrs. Oscar Cruz, Mrs. G. ,R. Malone -:!I "stantly in" and
grimly holding
1 Hzsring a
I II 'I I <
'! who was director of the orchestra j: grove, commander of the Ivy, to I day afternoon from Havana with 1 1i t i afternoon 6 o'clock, .from and Mrs.' Benjamin Carey.1fdne I .tI01l. .

at the Casa Marina, remained overt muster all hands and read to them i 73 first class pc sengers, and tour I I I the residence. Rev. A. L. r.laureaa'i;!] brother, William Spencer.: pos Airplanes will

SELECT OFFICER;t:i until this morning to return home the l letter of commendation. Lighthouse Tender Ivy sailed second class for Key West; 21))j S. J., of St.: Mary's Star of the Sea, I I Three sisters Mrs. Lillie Carey'| than ever before play, a both greaterpart in

I j io\er I the highway, stopping at Mi\ This is the second time withina this afternoon for Miami with first and three second for Tampa. church, officiating. 1 Mrs Ida Carey and Mrs. Blanche,{!scouting and in bombarding andI
ami. Jacksonville, Charleston and I Superintendent Funeral Home will be in Sands. There are 19 grandchildren -:
short period that young Shep- W. W. Demeritt 'Of the 101 passengers there were I Lopez i t I. attacking the enemy's troops and
At the regular Rotary luncheonto other points en route. pard has acted in a rescue. In the ''and Chief Radio Electrician Carl 21 aliens. I charge of arrangements. ,i and four great-grandchil-i supplies

he held Thursday afternoon, former instance a carpenter, who t I Rom on board. ]\I The vessel failed 6:30 o'clockfor Mrs.. Chavez is survived by 90 :I dren. ,

there will be an election conductedto I -HEAR- f was: at work on the Ivy, fell into )'" :Mr. Demeritt it is understood. Tampa with 29 passengers and. ;: relatives: three sons, Francisco, '

select a president for the ensuing DR. R. Z. TYLER t the water and was saved by Sheppard's I will inspect some of the light- ,, freight *" '; Armando and Diego Chavez; five t OBSTRUCTS WORK ,
term, according to announcement !'I prompt action. The carpen- ::, houses on the reef and the structures Tanker Alabama, of the Texas daughters, Mrs. Josefa Davfla, Habana-Madrid Club

made today by President E. Pastor, Trinity Church. Miami, j tcr. Superintendent Demeritt told| being erected in Miami harbor 'Oil company, is scheduled to arrive Mrs. Rosa Garcia, Mrs. Carmen I I! CHICAGO. --Charles Monroe of ]

A. Strunk. at First Methodist Church I The Citizen knew nothing about : by the crew of the Tender]}I Saturday with a cargo of oQ and DeArmas, Mrs Diana Belasques, this city was arrested for repeat.edly I TOMORROW NIGHT

The member elected Thursdayto TONIGHT I I swimming and the action of Sea-I IPoinciana. Mr. Rom will make an will discharge 25.000 barrels into and )In.. Cristina Sanchez; 51 getting in the way of firemen -

fill the position will take office 'I A Great Man With a Great I man Sheppard. without doubt saved -.I inspection of radio equipment on j I the tanks of the Porter Dock com- grandchildren and 31 great-grand-t. trying to save his burning:I Floor Show and Dance _

on July 1. U is stated. I I I Message I 1 him from death by drowning. (] tenders and at stations. i'' pany. j children. I home. I .

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Today's Horoscope KEY WEST IN J Today' PAYS CAR FARES

I'ulylinh:..L'ITIZErIIUW91IINU Dally: Except Sunday co. ByTIII INC. Citizen has time and again urgedits .................,,,,,.. DCN: GOSSKflkr
DAYS GONE BY Anniversaries I
(It Asaeelatet ,.1'....
"1' '. readers ;
U I to carefully support the
AHTlMjX. President. mer- This day indicates a person with I > '
.. Prow The Citizen Vultdlng I Happenings( Here Just 10 Year '. .. HlXDXKSONl ................a....... ; BELFAST, March 26.-.lf.
Greene and Ann Street.Uhly chants of Key West. This can be done only great force of character and one I
Corner Ago Today As Taken Front 1753 of this city's street
Benjamin Thompson
by purchasing goods in Key West in who will make a way in spite of The Files Of The CitizenIf
pref- (Count Rumford), among the. railways are ready to back
l Dally Newspaper in Key West and :Monroe Apposition and 'discouragements. ; General
County.ntered erence to other commercial stations. Trade most interesting figures in world ;; the honesty of their patrons
There will be many back-sets and I history Concord N. H., teacher,j against that of any other
..; at Key West. Florida aa second class matter here the )lonroe county representatives DRINKING
and help our merchants develop their disappointments.: and there will be to the next legislature I FOUNTAIN and English under-secretary of state I i city in or out of Northern
I bird bath in the garden will In-
FIFTY-SIXTH 1KAIIMrMber businesses. They are entitled to a fair times when it will seem as if there which will be convened in April I terest the children. The birds Bavarian administrator, where his I' Ireland. Here's why

.C the A.I...... I'rLe .... was nothing left in life; but thereis I are compelled to enter into a compromise -) will help in reducing the trouble social reforms attracted worldwide t Conductors are permittedto
'Associated Press Is exclusively: entitled to use profit for serving the community and with the proposition to. some garden Insects. attention, scientist and issue tickets to passengers
of all dispatches credited to success at the end principally
.f' republic-ation new statesman born at Woburn Mass. who find haven't sufficient
they *
It or hut otherwise credited In tide paper and alec : should be helped by all those: who expect 'I iorm another county by combining WHILE proper pruning often will
th. local news publlnhed& here.'NATIONAL : I due to the perservance of the na south Dade and the northern part]'. work apparent miracles of re Died in France, Aus*. 21, 1814. : money to pay their fare.
from them I
help for local problems
and I ture. Such asked to
I of Monroe counties they should storation and growth, careless passengers are
EDITORIAL charities. and Improper pruning may do settle at the company's of-
insist that the keys north of Key
1773 Nathaniel Bowditch '
i :
) ASSOCIATION LEGALS i '! far-more harm than good. Prune fices.
11' There i LJ iI Largo which are now in Dade America's famed mathematician
C/f /9.35 one thing to be said also but be sure you are right. I Last several thousand -
. I county be given to Monroe county and astronomer of year
- about others : a century a;;o :
who advantage
- live here. took
- - Our
81USC1IIIT1UV! lures toTCE OK MASTKK'S M.K j in exchange for the Cape Sable! ] COAL ASHES hare very little born at Salem Mass. Died in passengers

one Tear _.._. .. .. _$10.0' generally should not indulge in the foolish NOTICE IS nF.nEnC1IYES' that district which it is intended to incorporate fertilizing value. They are only Boston March 17, 1838. of the arrangement.Only .
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Rio Months of use in the lightening of heavy two failed to
;Three Months' ... . ... 1CADVERTISING envy of each other. Do not get the idea under and that by virtue certain of.decree and, madeanil pursuant in the proposed Holland : coils. pay.
f ODe Month _._. .11I entered to the 23rd day of county. This is the idea of Walter ] .
Meekly .%1 into your head that because a man is your February. A. "n I>. 1SS5. liv the llonor- '\V. Thompson which was received IF DOGS or the children use a 1817 Herman Haupt noted:

RATES neighbor he is no better than anybody else thle the" Circuit Jefferson Court U. Itrowne.of the" Twentieth Jude; of I! La a ]letter yesterday.: part of your garden for a short- railway and civil engineer, inventor PALACEWillianx
Made known on application. cut, put up a fence or a hedge. of born in' mines-Esther RaLiton
and not quite good citizen Judicial Circuit of Monroe County ---- : and author his day,
SPECIAL ftOTICU as as a from I I Good fences help to make good
Florida in Chancery, In cerlaln t Philadelphia.] Died Dec. 14. 1905. -In-
All reading cards of thanks resolutions ol i
some other town. cause therein pendingherein! United States Senator Hiram neighbors.
rerpert.bituary notices, etc. will be charged for a( Lenov Russell in the (complainant I e i
le rate of :o cents a line. Of course, local citizens hear of the. and John i'. Staff an.! Ir"- I \V. Johnson, of California, IF YOU hare two three Comedy and Short Reel
/I""I for entertainments by churcnt from which and ifdead West ]last from : room or railway
Staff, his wife if married in Key evening 1822-John J. Upchurch. -
r..en". l. I..l.e derived are S cents a line.The faults of local people, and often lose their unknown heirs devisee.I 1 I arrival''' Holly Trees are a beautiful addition Matinee 10-15c Night: 10-20c
On his
very Washington 1) C. founded
" Citizen Is an open forum and Invites discus. grantees or other claimants; arid all to the home surroundings. master-mechanic who j
?.V v{ public .......-. mid subjects of local or general sight of the good traits. This may be unfortunate person having: or claiming an Interest 'I he was joined by his son. Hiram,;: As holly f is dioecious be sure that at Me&dville: Pa., in 18C8 the
:xittrest but It will not publish anonymous communl. in the lands hereinafter deHcribed Jr., and i-arty. who are on board i iI I ti one la a male and the others fe- Ancient Order of United Workmen ,
" but it is human I
nature. It i is are defendants the un.r..r"illI..d male. Otherwise there will be no MUNSON ISLANDFISHING
-- - Special: Master in Chancery -i I the magnificent Yacht Kemah. born in Franklin Co., N. C.
Dame Fashion and Dame Nature have time, however, for every citizen of Key apH.inled by Raid i decree: will I f I The senator will spend a few days I I'I berries. . e e Died at Steelville] Mo., Jan. 18'1 CAMP
Kale and sell at public outcry
offer for Ellison
reached the blushing point. It won't he West to look for the best! side of the lives to the highest bidder) fur'cashbefore I''I in Key West after which he will j i THE OLDEST botanical work In 1887. I Operated Belt Fishing by R.on M.Coast
of their fellow citizens. All the front door of the ..IIIIIv board the yacht and ]leave en route I j existence is believed to be the
long now. of us have Court (House, in KeyCest; Monroe I to San Francisco.: I "History of Plants" by Theo- Guides and Boats AvailableSea
good points and bad ones. No County Florida I on I phrastua of Ereslus. His die. 1842-Arthur Parton land. Food-Fishing
perfect fI
w .. people 6th Uv of :May A. ]It. Itj. (" .n".1 I I II
live. Let's being a rule day of said Court coveries still form the rudiments' scape artist, born at Hudson N. Boating-Bathing
"Stable times .axe coming.. says an encourage the good., that,., we a'J"l"al "altf'' dav, .1 ingiFh e le p I II < The sixth story of onC!-part 01' of botany Y. Died March 7, 1914. Write for Reservations, Poi

excljan tre aJf' rossibl 1 but the, rsfhhas; al- see anywhere and qijit najMlje? 'vi". ions: hors lOr"the t"'WIJ.l' 'fev.u..n;". U..t.r..I.t, %I4i'61..k 1:I I the! La'Concha hotel ua.t'it-iahed. STEPPING I STONE e t I walks are Office, Ramrod Key J 4

react |Ijeen st habit of I looking for UgbtJ fl \ .il..k Jar.Vthe ill a letpY iot.::' \Ia.I, ,:i thu: furrnoun. :l3IXe.UO\\'d' much more pleasing than con 1847 Joseph P. Remington, Accessible by Rail or Auto td
fiSJ.\\lnK >i-9 i-rop- -
len'V v % the' 'corner of.'Uuvd'and Ramrod Key
; : \ crete walks. They are less ob-
( z4v. o s4ltfsaid d.rt l I.y lrtJ1T born
-t Philadelphia pharmacist. : ,
; 'M ....I bM" "ninARnt't' '! therein rf'f"t- Floming streets to swatch. .theoh'w. i trusive and do not have the effect : Camp Boats Meet Guests
..,.Thai $107000,06'0,000; : the allies SUCCESSFULWRITERS fied: boys of the skies putting into place I of dividing the garden into there. Died Jan. 1, 1U18.! Rates. : $5.00 Per Day-

wheedled out of IM would in handy lielnK part uf Government' I tbtsteel bei uiid columns Itil .patches. American PlanOVERSEA
.come fronts 3. 5 nnnlx-A nt. S I is S e e .
: f ,I ),;KiKhuxn: nak.:: ..vfn>U4I r'\1' a;( that .the steel work-on' Edward ] authorof I
no &jtiCdoil Wquabbjin 'over half How do writer tOl2.ett uccessfu 1f 5.uthlot' Uan -'f''Jt F.ast' lit i expected IF YOU work In the garden with 1850- Bellamy 1
I being on Plantation Key;: and is the hotel] will be finished in.thei; ; out gloves, rub a little soap under the famous novel "Looking
that'air.ount' to put us on our feet. That is a question now in the minds of half descrilxd as "
more particularly next two weeks or so. The build the nails to keep them from Backward born at Chicopee
follows: Heine the S. \Vly portion HOTEL
a million ambitious beginners as it was in of Lot 1 according to the ing .\ill then be turned over to J staining. . Falls. Mass. Died there May 22,
...since 1929 over 50,000 grocery map of the estate of J. It. Pin the concrete workers.
I the minds of the present successful ones a der deceased raid map being i IT IS NOT generally known that 1898. 917 FLEMING STREET
stores have gone out of business each year, few recorded in Plat Hook 1, page ------- I Holland's renown for bulbs was I -Rooms-
years ago. After a study of many Ml, :Monroe County Florida, I started when Dutch adventurers
while nearly that many have started up. books and reading articles the Hecords. The portion of ground Mrs. Ella Saunders, age 59'I brought the first bulbs from the MONROE THEATEREdward With Running Water, $1.00

Lodging over the Key West situation we many on herein con\eyed i-oininences ata years, wife of Frank Saunders East Indies three centuries ago. Arnold-Peggy Conklin Person; With Bath $1.50
where the \\ boundary '
Hnnt "Iy 'I'
subject one finds the question still un | of said Lot 1 intersect who conducts a grocery store at S e e -in- a Person

know that statement is correct. answered. with the Atlantic (Vean. thence the corner of Southard and Grin- TH E DOG nuisance Is one of the THE PRESIDENT VANISHESBORDERTOWN WEEKLY RATES
slung said boundary line in aN most exasperating problems of
nell streetslied this morning following Renovated
r Wl direction 3i6:; feet to --Aso-: ] I Newly
About the only advice that can be > the home gardener. A spray of
has been fast the . few
Congress moving so the riKht-uf-way of the K.C an illness lasting; but a ODe of the nlcotene products la New Equipment
given, it is that of noted editor RCompany; thence in a N.LMy services. will be held
seems a hours. Funeral New
two that the folks back home generally effective. It should be Management
past years direction along the said Matinee: Balcony, loci; Orch.t .-
who expresses it thus : "The only to right-of-way 200( feet; thence at tomorrow afternoon. I re-newed after rains. NO CLEANER HOTEL
have not had time to hear about the way '' right angles in a S. Fly direction . . -:.. 15-20e; Night 15-25 ANYWHEREKEY

measures being considered by Congress write is to keep on writting and never 35G: feet to the Atlantic DO NOT cut down a tree until
Ocean; thence at right anKl..salong I recelfingla i I
Daily Thp itizen is you are sure. It only takes a
become discouraged. It might also) be add- the shore line in a S.
before-they are enacted into law. There V."Iv direction 100 feet to thepoint number of suggestions for names i iI few minutes to destroy what has CASA MARINAKey ,

has,- been no chance for protests. ed that it is necessary to have somethingto beginning.. The last' I for the proposed.I boulevard] .Many! taken as many years to grow. West' Hotel De Luxe WESTCOLONIAL

say that will interest other people. beach mentioned. meander boundary being a of them are cu.tiful t.hoot u., and Lt au-I American Plan HOTEL

The Citizen in accord with Fiction is the difficult AlsoThe: S. \VMy portion of: !. BRANDISHES KNIFE I
is heartily m.ost branch in Lot 14 according to said map 200 Delightful Rooms, each
of J. H. Pi... Wilcox '
the proposition to the administration. to gain success, but the m.ost re-
in Plat Hook 1. page 81, Editorial; Comment: An ingrate BORDEAUX, France.-Nakec d I District
either the various munerative when is'bUllty., Florida Records Evening Dinner --____ $2.O I Theater
to operate success butcher knife
won. Many and :
govern- and bejinning; at the point and double crosser!'; never has a brandishing ,,'
: Luncheon 1.50
ment-owned stations, which include both noted writers followed other callings be- where the Western boundary change: of heart lie remains the Henri Zivelle dashed through the First CIa.s-F Fireproof
of said Lot 14 intersects with i Afternoon Tea ____- - .51
sub.roarine and naval spheres now dor- fore !beginning to write. the K. t:. C Ky. right-of-way. ; same despicable' thing always. streets of this city until captured or a la Cart. Sensible Rate
thence along said boundary in by motor cops.
mant, or move out 'and give the propertiesback : Harold Bell Wright, whose novels are a N. Wly direction 1174 feet to ; Palm-Shaded Sandy Beach with I COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEI
the waters of the Bay; thenceat The entertainment to be given
to the people of Key West. said to bring him greater money rewards right-angles along the by the local post American Legion Stars are so widely scattere I Casino

than those of any other writer, was a printer direction waters of 200 the feet Uay: thence In a Ely an tomorrow night at the Legion that only one-100 million million Masseur In Attendance I Carat Elevator

Easterly: direction 1174. tf't't. Home promises to be a delightful millionth]) of the space in the universe . PETER SCHUTT, Mgr. i Popular Price
There were more than 100 more newts- and decorator, and later. preacher, more or less; to the ... K. C. is occupied. '
Ity. right-of-way; thence in a affair. A good program has: :
paper consolidations last year than the I before he wrote hi:? first book. The late S. Wly direction along said l 1"'. I been arranged and a seven piece !
Ie.: right-of-uay 2:+;0 feet to
year previous. It i is said that radio is Dr. Frank Crane also was formerly a the 1 point of beginning. Said orchestra will) play throughout the

largely- responsible: hence,. the love the one clergyman; Teter p. Kyne was in the lum- acres lot of, more land or.being less., about.The first Ii H I evening. ,I .............e.-;1.l111111.l1A. .-;.;..-;.......It..,....rA.......................
has' -for the other. Radio cannot supply ber business; Edgar Lee Masters was a parcel of land 1% herein acres more describedcontaining or During the past few days The

the ,contracts called for advertising, while lawyer, and so on. less.Also: On the Island known : Citizen has received a number of'

newspapers are glad to get the leavings.It ; Those ambitious to write for a livelihood as Plantation... Key and known communications relative to thispaper's
on Ueo. Macdonald's amendedplat
stand the matter of the
'I on :
of Covernment I...ts 3. sand
I would do well to hold on to some commission form of HOME OWNERS
I C ot.C'tlon: 18, Township or manager
i? perfectly clear to all except the I other job, however. until they- have something i 3 South In Plat Range Hook Ss 1 Fast, page recorded 101, government. One ]letter reads: !

Neiv Deal planners that while citizens of to say and know how to say it. One \lunrvle C ount)' Florida l'ulllc "Good for you and your stand on
Kecords; as follows: The Easterly the proposition for 'a city mana-
this country may submit to bureaucratic can tell when that time arrives by the half of Lot :3 I having a until
frontage of 272 feet 6 inches.along ger. Keep up you
regulation of what they may produce, sell numbers:: and size of the checks received the F. K. C. It)'. right-of- succeed in getting one." !
and a frontage of 300 feet
and l. buy, other nations are not ready to from publishers who buy his stuff. way more or less along the Atlantic I : ATTENTIONS
Ocean. Containing, acres I Fire Chief Ralph] Finder in he-
i ignore the old law of supply and demand
l land more or less. The division of j I half of the department extends .s
said lot shown said
being on
are making a successful raid on EXEMPTION LAW INTERFERENCENew plat.Also I thanks to the Cato brothers for

: On the Island knownas the
American markets. use of the grounds for holding
Plantation Key and known I
( Smyrna Daily News) .m ,)proved l to be/Jrnj''fY.l a' ., .
splat of Government J ots 3. 5 l *... has
r'J! T I s ; / .1 < Mr. V. A. Johnson re"J
Congress has passed the biggest appropriation The process of putting' a-hew law in oisera.tion I and C of Section 18r.'Township.C3 ;' 9 ?,' 'J !! .
south Range 3y Est., reJ ,J r* 'bc.1i. r
) till &ver! .passed on earth. i is very much the artJtl'having a single jrila; land i(.t 4cJf lit'i'lat'rhwk! 1; parMl lT3Ju '

That's' a tinction our descendants will allotting that plan] to'work?out" ""I/O .:Monroe Y. IR/aalf yrA'ti County.a t.follows.urfrfrontage FlorjiU 12tbavl:: .Tbe Public,n7J1''! PiratCt.QV 'Fi is bjpgJJ.\tlP; \ ; " ntly been appointed to w inPt -' ,, "P.. , o.ft,? ,
not relief when cliliedURofi: t when We have often seetr'wherd'ity'' .\ laws''wereenacted of :; r : "
:>eflle so 250 feet along the Pit4tia.Ce. .,.5liF; % '
'l". IX C.'Tlrr rlBht-'of-Uar a I 10m .u sTUOThpect in; connection "'-' s fit.II
the become due ] and l MaSA] i intended 'for repairs t1 ;, .
bonds Or wilMhe m.orals they were tio6tl' frontage t.t l&U tvef.along; the 20 .MJkgiFjami.Jvc.xjXYiTjJ: pnr : "f: .
allay uf Florida and Containing ,
of the people by then have descended to general] benefit but because there werg too many .8'a acres, more or less. The -the. ".,!,-i Overseas K n 1I*'ijhwaySWIMMING j, '
division of said lot being'shown with loans the Own: ** '
the level of the nations, which repudiatetheir fingers in the pie, the full benefit of the law was on sAid plat.Together POOL by

solemn obligations.It not enjoyed by the peoplehoiu} ] it was supposed rights thereunto with belonging all riparian or FINE CUISINE '

to benefit. in anywise. appertaining.. First Class Accommodations ers' Loan Corporation. Any ? 1

WM. II. )MALOXE Write or Telephone] for :
is reported that the divorce settlement We hope this won't be the case in putting into RAYMOND Sp..C'lalIaOtpr It. IAJIIO.! In Chancery. Reservations '

made on Prince, Mdivani by Barbara operation the new homestead exemption law. Solicitor for Complainant.marl3-I; apr2-9-l Rates: $5.00 to $7.00 Per Day I home owner desiring such a
Hutton[ is $3 000,000) in property and a cash Up to now, we cailook back on some of the same I American Plan
I Subscribe to The Citizen. I I l's I
payment of $50,000 yearly. The American i kind of interft'rencehic l other laws have suffered loan should see Mr. Johnson.

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people have to spend many nickles and ; and in the case; of the homestead exemption t' Ie 1lK1

(dimes so that this: European parvenu: can amendment, all the ground that can be given I

live in .idleness. What gets under our for the interference is that "the questionnaire was We especially solicit this I

skin is the heiress's statement that the too long."

prince (sic im) is declared !by her as a hut Comptroller J. M. Lee who made up this I Notice to U. S. Bondholders business and look forward 's

must noble individual, possibly by biting i"01llL, had a purpose or he wouldn't have prepared J

her down and out for so,paltry a sum. such a form. His idea) was, as it has been ever with pleasure to serving the .

.1 since he took office" to get the .f lill'v collection The Secretary of the Treasury advises that : I

An unusual garden'of coral trees and benefits of every t.iJ.x. ievjf' I. "Tne 'C'o'mp'troifer'iaelected !I i ; I 1. .. of d
the conversion privilege on called Liberty bonds : : requirements) those
fenis won for the city of Key West the by the people& to enforce the\.tax laws, aodt
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s\\cpstakes blue ribbon in t the; Fifth In the Lord knows that failure to collect taxes was* wiU expire on March 27th. their
.. will repair homes. ;
ternational Tropical Flower Show held at the chief weak point in Florida's: finaneia1I sjt m'until

Miami Beach this month. The Miami i Daily Lee took office. I If you are the owner of any Liberties we b ; i ,

News' says thousands of visitor paused There can be for
only one excuse objectingto
will!' be pleased to have you consult us.
over the ocean garden to admire its beauty. the form sent out from the Comptroller's> of. I

Visitors pronounced the show this year to fice; and that is that it demands of each home

be the best and most; i interesting yet held. owner ample] proof before he establishes himself*a4 : $ortkafracfiug( & Engineering Co. ,

The large amphitheatre was cooled by eligible to the exemption. The same thing applied BANKOF
falling cascades of water and pools were I ] to the intangible tax exemption question- : Phone 598. White and Eliza Streets :

lined with Australian pines' palms, shrubs I naire. Florida! has gone along on a slip-shod basis KEY WEST J [: "Your home is worthy of the best"p

and blooming flowers. Some new and rare in the collection of taxes long enough. It is high
Member of the Federal Reserve
fruit l was also displayed: the News says.Tinles .-, tithe that Fiercer Measures such! as are. being .
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STXOP318,.",.. .,,__, Ill, They, with the Inborn tact of the SPORTS ) ha carries w.. deliver your MISCELLANEOUSALL FEMALE HELP-SALESLADIES
an orphan u I bfing raited by IIYJlF'a""pGr..U.
negro never said anything to Cla-! paper. He pays Tne Citizen
wise or* tk* "tttt
ftopl'" tif Kti. Concord. Jamet U I tress him. So James was a big boy 15 cent weeV! for the pa- MAKES RADIOS REPAIRED SPECIAL EMPLOYMENT[ for
exported (o do mamy pa. thing; and going to school before he found by authorized radiotridan. married women. $15 weekly
and does hit beat to llvt vp to tk per and eIU II to yon for 20 I
expectation Hut there CI on.drawback out that be was an orphan. Work guaranteed. 1107 Varela ned new Spring dresses FREE
; t>ee on'jr kU but all the I
/amity."du rpen to threw this up to him as somehow'disgraceful - -- lag u S eemU weekly on each I mar2-InOx) Fashion; Frocks. No canvassing.

tat a hand in Ala vplringtng. and sent him home cryIng ................................................ i subscriber. If b. it not paid No investment. Send dress size!
If his heart would break. .1
Two His as grandmother and aunt had DOINGS IN GOLFDOM HE I loa.ea. Not The Citbclao BICYCLES Fashion! Frocks, Dept. W-1024.
Chapter Cincinnati, Ohio. mar26-ltx
gone that afternoon to Mrs. Jackson' FOLLOWING THROUGHBy
CRANDMOTHERNo Crowell's kensington It was Aunt' 111 ,1..4f r" WE RENT by the Hour, Day or

LITTLE boy that ever lived Lou who comforted him by assuringhim ( JOVE) (By SWANKY SWANKY) Week. Repair alj) makes and FOE SALE

loved his grandmother better vehemently that he did have a .....................---.----.-.-.-.-.-.-..-.-.--.-.-..--.-..--.-.-..-.--.-. By Gravy, "stand his hot air," determine ners Friday it. night will probably paint them with Nu-EnameL We
than James loved his Grandmother mama and a papa the very grandestmama I ;he" carry a full supply of park. ?. FOR' SALE-Set of Deajran Professional
Stlmson. and papa that ever had been. game Friday night'was full l told me the batter was out and the etc, etc., remarks. Now a fair I' Agent for the Rollfast Bicyclesand Orchestra Bells, $15

Old Sarah was such a pretty dainty horned and no common trash like of thrills from the start to the runner safe at third and he also question. Could any "hot air" Now back to Gravy's news no*E'. I sell them as low as $1.00 cash; Guitar with case, $10.

old lady that no one could help no Meyerses. Indeed his mama and' fatal} seventh inning, when the aid this to the official umpire. merchant, say even Li Plummer in I Take the instance of the Pious per week. J. L. Stowers Music I High grade instruments. Good
loving her. Sarah. her daughter had papa had been so very high-toned] game broke up. ? What 1 want to know is this, if take the of Willie recital anent the easy chair I Company. mar -lmo condition. Call at 613 Margaret -
that the Lord God on High had HIm., person, place Gravyin I
JDUCQ of the Governor's dignity but Umpire Saunders, ruled this from sock-clad dogs, smeller stuck in street. mar2ltx
she never could compare to her self sent for them to come and live I think that both clubs playeda the first and did not change his producing HUMIDITY as evidenced book or golf lore and all the re!'t. PERSONALS I II
with Him close to His goldenthrone. I
mother In looks.. very good game until that fatal decision as he told me and the of- by "Doings Around the i I I By Gravy (no matter who you are BLANK SALES BOOKS. Not

The older Sarah's cheeks were as "Are they sitting on golden frame, when Armando Acevedo ficial umpire why did the Lopez :Golf Links" Sam Goldschmidt ?,; in everyday life) you sure have a I I|STOMACH ULCER, GAS PAINS, lOc each or 3 for 25c at The

sott and kindly as her voice and her chairs James asked. made two errors on ground balls manager and players argue with better known as Gravy, displays bent for "diggin, dirt." So o o 0 o!(I INDIGESTION victims why Artman Press, Phone 51, Citizen
eyes, even when she was close to "Setting on golden chairs and that were labeled for double him, and why did he tell others: 'I Gravy, if we wore bats they would suffer? For quick relief get a Building. octNJ
an knowledge of his sub I
seventy remained as clearly blue as sleeping la golden beds with silken plays. Then, with bases full, Baker after the game that be had changed uncanny be dipped when crossing your un-I free rample of Udga, a dQctQJ"I ';
the first violets James used to gather and velvet pillows and eating etn- was thrown out at the plate andit his decision? ject. This is the concensus of all holy path. But our parting shot prescription, at Gardner's Phar FOR SALE-Show Cases and

for her each April on the riverbanks broslal food often golden plates would have been easy to double II who are in the know. But will he is.-we always don our gas masks macy.marl3181920252027aprl23. Shop Equipment. Also two

below the Mansion. Never In stuck solid with emeralds and dia Ingraham at first. Another double I I think the whole trouble could eooner or later be shot or merely when perusing "Doings Aroundthe Ii I ; Porch) Chairs. Knitting Shop,
all his life did James hear her speakto monds." play wasted. Then came that fatal have been avoided if he would half-shot. The dinner for the win-' Golf Links." 8-9x 424 Duval street. mar25-3tx
him hastily or harshly-or to I
one else for that matter-and somehow any.- yiiATS embroslal food Auntie fly to left. Higgs made one of the have stuck to his first decision. I I _ ...- _. -
'V most wonderful catches ever seen II did not hear him but now I sin-
she always understood him a Lou? s
local diamond and this he CI..lI4'III"'IIIIIIIILIIIIIIIIII.lIII.lI.I.lIJJ< r ,
thousand times better than anyone "You're the pesterlnst child. It's I at the cerely think did change his
else did. whut the Lord God on High and the catch not only surprised everyone I II first decision, and I am not bas-

The others loved him Just as truly. angels eats.You ain't supposing that present but I sincerely believe it ing this on what the Busy Bees or

I also surprised lIi gs.I I the Lopez ten have told me, but
disinterested fans said that Saun-

I Then came! the worst of. all.Saunders"umf ders stated the day after the game RELIABLE FIRMS
i innjjth bases; (do-I II : that ,he ,had clanged his verdict.

I dared the runner' at th'inj out for I: I think on these facts the game

t .. .: + t. t. .3uS d leaving the bag before the catch,,I should be replayed from the finish .
;gag's .
I and it made"the three outs. After'!t of the seventh, with the score 1 1
Cot as cnFx.S -. the play May,, manager of the' 3'to'\ 2 in favor of the Busy Bees

rk $ Busy Bee asked Umpire Saunders -I and play the last two innings. I i : Who Offer Their} Customers Service and Satisfaction 5eeaee

w j 1 what was the play and he know Tommy Lunn is a great .

I said it was a double play. Thei sport and no one blames him or I '..................... ..eaee..eaaeeeeeeeee<>eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee.eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee.eeee*
batter was out on the fly and the his players for what happened.

j' runner from third was out for They just tried to put somethingover I DO YOU i DELICIOUS( : HEADQUARTERS FOR i

I' leaving the bag before the catch. that is part of the game. I CAKES and PASTRIES] SWEET CLOVER .

:i i Then Manager Mayg sat down on I They deserve credit. MARINE CURIOS
s | the bench and Manager\ Lunn and I NEED MONEY? i SOUVENIRS i CONDENSED MILKI

the rest of the Lopez players were I sincerely think the remedy is S : ASK FOR IT AT YOUR I ,'
talking to Umpire Saunders. I the following dose: Let umpires I ,
We in OLD Fishing Tackle Kodaks NEIGHBORHOOD STORE
; buy anything ; ,
ti do not know what was going on, that know the rules and call the

: i neither did the official umpire, plays, stick to them, regardless of I GOLD-Watches, Chains, e .; and Films .* Same quality and weight! as h:

Capote at the plate. I asked Saun- who it hurts or helps. BUT CALL I Pins, Rings and Dental .! Diamonds Watches and 2 other higher priced condensed
p I tiers what was the play and he THEM FAIR! :! Jewelry .. n.ilk.
Bridge Work. IFlorida :
kr Watch and .JewelryDISTRIBtJTED BY-
: ....eeeeeeeeeete.eeeeeeeeeeefee....: .
Gold Refiners Our Rcaily-to-Serve Cakes Repairing $
11..D AROUND THE GOLF LINKS aDd Pastries are always fresh!I.
604 Duval St. Phone 347 S, ; FRANK JOHNSON j WHOLESALE. GROCERYfc
Malone & P eacock '

00 U. S. Govt. PermitS : PHONE 818 : Colonial Hotel Bid,.. : Division! and Thomas Streets
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Since Curry Harris is still busy, than "Bridegroom" Lopez and SELECT SEA FOODS : -READ- i HAPPY'DAYS ARE;: HERE '
James was a big boy before he knew he was an orphan. 1 *
up on the keys trying to keep the I I Castor Oil Spottswood. Next will Jewfish, 2 lbs . .. .. ...... I INSURANCE .
but Grandmother understood the whut you and 1 eau Is fitteo for the city slickers from taking in some : Yellowtail Steak, 2 liTHE: KEY WEST { :
.be "Pro" Kirschenbaum and W.
working of his young soul and mindIn Lord God on High and Ills Angels?" of the veterans on one kind of: Yellowtail: ; on Bone, ; Ib*. : : 1

a truly marvelous mariner. "Maybe.," cried ,)James happily skin game or another "One-Hole" I I Percival Kemp (tooth-puller) Grouper 2 Ibl. 25c eS Office: 319 Duval Street .

Grandmother, like Grandfather, "maybe It's like caramel Ice cream Strunk has been appointed captain against Professor Melvie Russell Snapper, 2 Ibs 25c : /
almost Inexhaustible mine of with marshmallows In It. the and!I and Hole-in-one Strunk. Then SUNDAY
was an for match this Thursday Mutton Fish 2 Ib*. 29c a :. .
stories. But while Grandfather told Aunt Lou agreed that might be I "Pious" William Watkins and
has renamed: his: team the Explosion TELEPHONE Ha 1We
a .
Large Select Oyttert j :
of the big things told of stirring something like caramel tea cream Shotters. (Some name!) "Papa", Russell Kerr against Sv/in- I Year '
epoch making circumstances and and marshmallows only a million ky Swanky Harris and Meter-man FRESH SHRIMP Subscription $2 Per :: . telling Grandmother of the little filled things.In the thousand James gave times a better.heartfelt aigh. "1 Please note that the dinner will Mesa. (This will end up in a GROUND GREEN :Kef) t's Only Sunday ; -THE-,',, : Try Your MaU At S.
gap knocl.-down-drag-out-fight. Then TURTLE MEAT. ,
be held the coming Friday at 7:30 ) ,
he said ,"whethermy
wonder. wistfully
With his grandmother's help the Paper Dednonico \
past of the fifties and early sixties mama and papa wouldn't like to i p. m.. instead of on Thursday.This "Milk Charlie" Ivet; :hum and Elec- Kingfith. Mackerel :n PORTER ALLEN I Restaurant.

b came more real to little James have me come and live with them? is at the request of both cap- tric Grooms against "Schedule"Bill FREE PROMPT DELIVERY J Business Office Citizen .* dweler Beer ........ lye, '.
of his 1 should think they might get lonesome tains, so don't blame anybody but Malone and "Wee" Louis
than the eighties and nineties
I I Building
boyhood. As a result. James Ill. his sometimes for their little them if you are not agreeable. Cruick&hank against Handsome LOWE FISH COMPANY : COMPANY sin Co.':'. Dlaura, -,---- .

whole life long was to keep his roots boy. Please be there and on time,! Horace O'Bryant and, Full House I PHONE 151 : PHONE 51 : ---------- fOe, 75*. rah as
of Aunt Lou had come with Molly Salas. Next, old "Mud: Horse" Cob
his fresh grandparents'and green In past.the rich loam Ewing from Kentucky. Now she was And now for the pairings for Stowers and "Ace" I i Plummer I ......................:...............................................:'....... ..............:

James and Sarah SUmson's first ironing James' little frilled shlrta Thursday afternoon. The first against two others. And next
home was a small brick cottage, and a tear fell with a sizzle on the named are Sand Crabs under the Lewis Pierce and "Hello Butler j OYSTERS :: T'i ; IT WILL SURPRISE YOU i AUe eatiop> 1 UPUKWIW!

still standing on North Second hot iron. leadership of J. Jeremiah Kirschen- against Auction Sale Hogeboom; liii :
"I reckon they do get lonesome l SERVED ANY STYLE ; ? To see the PRETTY GIFTS
Street. Just a block from the whirr baum and the latter are led by and Earl Julian.
at which the struggling town began. honey" Aunt Lou s 1 19b e d. "1shouldn't : ; and NOVELTIES at ;; We are now offering 3
Capt. Edwardinski Strunk. So The crowd will all: follow none Extra large select, quart 75c :.

From been her able kitchen to watch window the Sarah biweekly had mama cries wonder her eyes but out whut time your and we have George Dodge and Sam- other than Berlin and Sto'vers. . I Standards, quart -.- 70c M a : THOMPSON'S FREE : grades of .

when the Lord God has His uella Goldsmith against none other they are % pair!!! J '
steamers loading and unloadingtheir agin | NICE JUICY STEAKS MARINE MUSEUM :
freight to the haunting musical back turned. A corse she wouldn'tlet -. : AMERICAN. COFFEE ,
Sandwiches tOe ,
chants of the darkey roustabouts Him catch her anyhows but smilIng V Oyster -- OVER-SEAS 324 Margaret Stre* i
offa after all lie done for her. It PARIS STAGE WORK Filet Sandwiches __.- .- 10c *> ;
and taking on or putting LOPEZ DOWNS S : .Things that your friends will a t--
motley collection of passengers- twouldn't be manners. BRINGS SMALL PAY All Other Sandwiches 'Tra .portation Co.,..Inca appreciate. Come la and seat ? '

whites and blacks and Indians. Auntie"Why Lout""Well wouldn't it be manners. ATHLETICS IN : f W Hot Souse Every Saturday : ,FAST:: and RELIABLE :them. : 25cw 2Ck said 15c I Ib:. ,

the Stlmsons lived at the ex dearie when the Lord God I I r"r, ..r I I.tef'I e ew) 1\,: :DAILY FREIGHT SERVICE Your next Lobster Crab DmWELLS' I ,' '
NOW March- 26.Thereis \ fc LUNCH ROOMJ : will be much delicious A .
PARIS ner more
and livewith
Southern edge of the sent for yoir mama to come ; : .
GAME For AIIJDf.rmahon/ .;if it is baked and served in *" ''STAI COFFEE MUS ;
I town In a long. rather narrow bouse Him in Heaven she weren'thardly SSHUTOUT more glory than gold in be- 900 Southard Street ; :
tnore'n a girl and so wrappedup t k OU/\MIT O C OM :! Giant Scallop or Heart Sea. '
the first James had built at tire top o %
I ing a member'. of the'famous \ ,PHONE 207-.W, : < : 5ZC' 'eeu'st. Ph e256
of the:river bluff in 1S71. Later the in your papa she thought the sun Shells .

stream North. but of the fashion Stlmsons turned stayed to the on. rose and tried set to in make him.her When eat she the angels ex-- DIAMONDBALL GAME PLAY- Comedie nowadays.Last Francaise troupe .............fff.Y...fffffS.fSSSIIS.:, JAS. D: BAILEY.e..Agent f...a..:..................f.SIR.:,.llafe..............t.

For many years the Mansion. as plained she was so lonesome for ED AT BAYVIEW PARK LAST of the Paris theatersto I
she all choked andcouldn't I Birds Animals Fish i R 0 S E S
It was called remained the show your papa was up be kit by the slump the I PRITCHA&&
of New Concord and visitorsIn swaller a bite."When EVENING RESULTED IN
place I "House of Moliere" is now in PLAZA RESTAURANT J: .
and night come and they pat :
driven out 1
the town were
SCORE OF 11 TO 0 such low water that temporary S < FUNERAL' HOME
her bed she
shown its stately exterior and spa. her inter golden Jest : FLORAL PIECES A
closing is being discussed.The .
clous grounds and. In nine cases out tossed around till morning with her | I I If accustomed CECIL GRAY i iTAXIDERMIST :
are to
actors are not paid you : .
of ten. entertained within Its hospitable eyes wide open moaning and throwIng I : SPECIALTY
salaries but receive shares of dining at home will find Dignified SympatheticCourtesy
walls. the silken covers this way and The Lopez Funeral Home yon :
Though the taste of the period< that The angels tried' playing to her swamped the Athletics last night the profits according to their W THE PLAZA novel and ea- S i: :: Lb
cupolas and on their harps and singing soft and ranking This year the sharesof PLANTS>> and VINES
ran to Mansard roofs with a football score of 11 to 0. joyable experience. 2 1
fretted balconies. James built his sweet like a thousand little birds. the stars amount to less 1i i
Tjnes started for the boys with
bouse on simple Georgian lines. I t They tried reading to her outter the the big A on their back and lasted than $3,000 _cia. : Fine Work At a ReasonLICENSED! EMBALMER i .
was of common native brick which Bible and they telling but )
and one-third innings.
ash rose, with ries. one dine; earned runs: 6; double LUNCHEON
lovely ;
mellowed to a .: i Ambulance S.rdesi. lit'I
huge chimneys at either end. and a "But. shucks, it didn't do no good. Ward relieved him with six runs plays: Molina to Gabriel, Rueda to able Price
1 fan-windowed doorvay and white She Jest kept carrying on and carrying scored by the Lopez ten. Castellano; hits: off Tynes 5 in'I I SUPPER a f m' : .

\ pillars facing the river. Sarah had< on ontil the Lord God Himself The hitting of Kerr, Sweetingand 1 and one-third innings off T. : 624 Front Street : LADY ATI'EN -ANTIUIWU'

wanted awfully to have a tower but couldn't stand It no longer and sent Ubieta featured, each gettingtwo Lunn 2 in 2 innings; struck out: PLAZA RESTAURANT 11. : .

James would net' hear to it. for your papa" to come and keep her safeties in three times at bat. by Ward 3, by T. Lunn 1, by A. I I 505 Duval Street KEY WEST FLA.Plea.! 548 Nrnr Sleep : PHONE 597

Living so far from other white company. For the Athletics Leo Lopez hit Lunn 2; walks: off Tynes 3, off ...............................a..l.-:..f f.5I.faafffa.fa
children of his own age and condition (Copyright USS. Mated U. Famham) two ,safely in four times at bat. Ward 2. off A. Lunn 1; losing I

the third James SUmson's first Tomorrow Judge Holcomb takes I In the field, Ubieta and Sweet- pitcher: Tynes; winning pitcher: AARON McCONNELL : Our Reputation is Wrap- toS '

playmates were little colored boys. a hand in James career. ing played a nice game for the T. Lunn; time of game: 1:30; um- 536 Fleming Street : JOHN C. PARK, S \.,f' ,

Embalmers and- Ward and- Rueda pirates: Capote Lopez and Gon-' ..: ped in.every packagePRINTING : ,pj'. .,. .. .
for the Athletics also starred. zalez. .. j '"
........... ........... : . '
'famed British empire maker, aged Machin hit one in his only timeat Standing of the league: c\:: : of 328 SIMONTON ST. : ./ ,.

Today In;History i-18.: bat. lie slid into the plate. in Club- W. L. Pct. \ ,,a

the second inning and got a bad Lopez _...., ..,_ 2 0 1.000 : : .
................S, his .Doct.
gash 0 1.000
1923-Died-Sarah Bernhardt, on foot. Busy Bees __ 1 PLUMBINGDURO
1892: -Died-Walt Whitman, at1! celebrated French actress aged Score by innings: R. H. E. Athletic.- _-_ _-_-__ 0 3 .000 Qa \' .' i DONE us i ,
Camden. N J.. America's famed : 11.I Athletics 000 000 000- 4 5 The game between the Busy I

original poet aged 72. i! Lopez .. 330 140 OOx-11 12 2 Bees and the Embalmers, which W WATCHMA JEWELS. ; ,r -THW---. S '

Batteries: Tynes, Ward and was called off last Friday night,. AND ENGRAVER .*. ; PUMPS : ., .
- I I' 1929-Over 8-million share day Rodriguez, Gabriel; T. Lunn,. A. will be played off next Friday See Rim For Your Next Work ARTMAN PRESS R
1891-Coxey's "army" started:'in Wall Street when stock mar- Lunn and Ingraham. night. The clubs will play two : : PLUMBING SUPPLIERS' ., ,
from Ohio ket went down.. Summary: Runs batted in: McCarthy inning games. ALL PRICES REDUCED .. : .
on i its march to seven .., Citizen BId=. ,
ington. Ubiet, Sterling, Kerr, The first game will be last Fri H..r,, 9.lo 12-1 U : PHONE 51 PHONE 3, !8Ops. : :. ,, S
W3.Sh-1 1934-Congress! passes bill for Albury; two base hits: Machin, day's contest, and the second ..: Saturday N1 a . '
increasing veterans and federal Ubieta, Albury, McCarthy; stolen game will be the regular fracas btu : : .

1902: -Died.- Cecil Rhodes, employes allowances. _?.__' base: Ubieta; sacrifice hit: No- scheduled for that night. WI'i.lIIIII': .I.I.I I.I'I.I.I# ,#', .I'jTUESDAY

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j :-: - - - - - -- ----- I FOR ANOTHER DAYRUBIN

Richard Russell, who was spend- R. L. Bow, bridge engineer at i
... ing a while in Key West with relatives :Matecumbe, arrived yesterday fora iI I Temperature I I nesday; cooler tonight in extreme!
Nina de Lisa Leslie, Editress left yesterday afternoon for short visit on business. I Highest ......_...........-_........83 I north portion. !
Lowest 67 Jacksonville !
to Florida Straits
'.. 'PHONE 752-J the home at Islamorada. Mean l ..:. ::.::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::: 75 Moderate :!
:'..*..*.*........................................ Mrs. Arthur Schrader, who was ENJOY STAY IN I ;:( westerly winds becoming SERVICES AT FIRST METHODIST -
- - -- - - - - - - - - - Normal Mean ...... 73
Major William V. Albury, spending a week in St. Augustinewith .m..m. : moderate to fresh northerly over'
-Spring Festival And Fashion I Florida, National Guard, who was :Mr. Schrader, returned yesterday KEY WEST I Rainfall i j I north and central portions and I CHURCHDr.

I . spending the week-end in Key Yesterday's Precipitation .0 Ins.j!! fair weather tonight and Wednes-
Review Will Be Held Friday West with his family, left I Normal Precipitation ...? .01 Ins.!I day.
) day afternoon for : lester-I Richard Principale orchestra "We were on the train and al- ..Thlx. rrrortl rotrr :.-....... period. I East Gulf: :Moderate west or R. Z. Tyler, pastor of
e dl c: Hi K ttVlork.. .kit uturmimg. I
leader at the Casa Marina, leftover most ready to leave when friends i routhwest winds over north portion Trinity :Methodist Church in Miami j-
Elaborate plans are in progress modeling the latest in tots attire. Mrs. Charles Aronovitz the highway this morning for : i, Tomorrows Almanac :land: gentle variable winds over
Particular stress will be laid on i I prevailed on us and we decided Sun rises _ _. __. 6:24 !I south arrived this morning and will
for the annual Spring Festival]I Mrs. Moris Holtsberg left yester- his home in New York m "' "' a. m.J portion. I
I Easter garb, with various styles day afternoon for :Miami to spend I to stay for one more day in good : Sun sets .mm......_ 6:41 p. m. l preside tonight and throughout;
1 I
;:and Fashion Review to be given j shown, ranging from frilly, purely a few days with relatives. I Mrs Clayton Sedgwick Cooper, old Key West"\ said Morris Rubin : Moon\ rises: ..._.._...12:56 a. m.1 WEATHER CONDITIONS i' the week at the revival services

,by. :'.the Key West Woman's Club, l I feminine creations to the smart, ', noted writer, arrived over the I yestreday afternoon, speaking for :, Moon sets ..._.............11 :35 a: m. I i t being held in the First Methodist
at ,the Public on Friday' of' this more severe sportswear.; Mrs. Heho Renedo and three highway; last week and is the guest ]i himself and brother, Isadore. Last quarter, 27th .... 3:51 p. m. I I The Mississippi Valley disturb- I Church.
:Week.. 1 1'The I In addition to the Fashion Re- I children left yesterday for Miami': of Mr. and :Mrs. Wallace Bryant 1 I: They arrived Sunday for a visit Tomorrow' Tide t ance has moved eastward, being I II These services were opened last
-': Fashion Review, which will' view there will be a Food Bazaarin after visit of one week with relatives Kirke.J. i night by Rev. George E. Summers -
a A.M. P.M. central this morning off the coast
begin at I 5 p. m. on that day, is in:I progress with a large variety and friends. j I I with their many friends and being High .___.__ _ 2:00 {I' I 1! Rev. W. J. Martin of Ley
,, I former Westers it did .m "? : of North Carolina, Hatteras 29.60 ;i Memorial Church and Rev. Shuler
S. Key not
the capable hands of Mrs. O. of delicious, appetizing home- Y. Middleton left Saturday Low .... .. :2Barometer i
Long: and the Junior Woman's;I: cooked cakes, pies, pastries, can. Miss Alice Drake, who was Matecumbe: after a brief visit take much persuasion to make i inches, and pressure is low northeastward i i Peele, of the Fleming Street
Club of the city, who will present dies, salads, sandwiches and fruit spending the winter in Key Nest in Key West. I I them decide to stay over, and I at 8 a. in. today: j i over the Canadian Mane I Church. '
from seventy-five to one hundrednew I I drinks. left over the highway; this morn- I when the signal "All Aboard" was Sea level, 29.92. time Province, Eastport :\Je-.I.I I C. K. Vliet, presiding elder of
and beautiful summer models.I I In former years this event has ing for New York. :Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Boza left I I given they stepped from the train r 29.56 inches. Pressure is also low.I the Miami District, was to have
.. .These fashions, furnished by created much interest locally, and I Saturday afternoon for :Miami to and remained until yesterday. Lowest Highest I over the country between the Pacific ,.1 held! the week's services but sent
local" dealers, will be displayed by I this year's bazaar and fashion review spend a few days with relativesand 1 I I Station Last Night Yesterday I States and Mississippi River, i: a message; yesterday advising that
T. B. Bennet tax for the .. .t
agent .o. Abilene ............ 62 84
arming young socialites, and is expected to exceed all friends and plan to return to- 1 I I with a disturbance of marked intensity due to illness he was unable! to
I I I railroad who was in Key West I Atlanta ......._... 58 78 i'
there will also be children central the northern arrive.
many previous ones. day. I Today's Birthdaysi over
yesterday for a visit with city and : !| I I Boston .............. 24 40
I Plains States! Huron S. D., 29.36 Dr. Tyler} i is said to be one of
;---- . ,_. -'-----. county officials, left in the afternoon j Rev. F. D.-Sullivan, S. J., of I i I i I. .......... ........,.... Ii Buffalo ..._..__. 28 42 i inches. Rains and thunderstormshave I the most forceful speakers in the

Delightful Informal Tea Was for St. Augustine, Fla. j the Gesu Catholic church in Miami :! Dr. James B. Conant, president Charleston ......_. 68 86 I.{ occurred snice yesterday :j state, and handles his subjects in
I i: was an arrival yesterday fora : of Harvard University, born in Chicago ............ :38 46I I{ morning from eastern Missouri !; a masterful manner, it is said.
Ross Roberts, manager of a I Denver .... .......46 70I
at St. Boston 42 ? and Tennessee eastward.over -
Here visit with the pastors ;_ years ago. [
:. Given Sunday Afternoon large; packing concern in :Miami, Mary's Star of the Sea church jn I Detroit _._.....__.... :30 48 and North Carolina, and in WOMAN WOUNDS TWO
arrived Sunday for a visit with i Galveston ____ 68 76 i
4 Key West. Robert Frost of Vt. and Am- northern, Georgia; St. Louis Mo.,
A delightful and informal aft- their colorful costumes, singing, local representatives of the com- ? .. t.: ;, .. ." :., I:I h ti-tt Mass., noted poet born in Havana.. .:......._.... 68 reporting a heavy rainfall of 2.06 COLLINSVILLE. 111.-An unidentified -
)erhbonvlea was given! ':on' Sunday'afPetntidi playing and dancing, furnished a pany' d{" , Mrs T. J. Sqanson'who'wasbefore < San'Franclsco 60 years ago. Huron ................ 16 72 inches. There has also been light blond woman shot and
t\b1 Mr. and.'Mrs. Perry; truly unusual note for the enjoyment ? (' marriage :Miss Isal>elleBiazaof ; '-:-;- i Jacksonville: .... 66 84 rain on the North Pacific coast, ; wounded, two men who had overpowered -
!!1'eii'Itoor,,jpopiJlar?' members of;, of the guests, many;of whom I l\Irs.fiiica p :Jbn, who was visiting -; Key West. arrived 'yesterday I'* Dr. Paul II. Douglas of the r, Kansas City, ....:: 54 72 in Montana, and portions of Min- : ) a robber then rescued the
!th'i-iey; West'twliit'residential: l!! were other members of the winter ; inJey'West i with her daughter ; J from her home at Perry FIJi,*;;!Univ. of Chicago,political! economist KEY WEST ..... 67 83 nesota. Temperatures have fallen i i, thief, and' escaped with him in her
e"6pny.'Mrl! 'ah.d Irs: Ten Hoor: colony. 1, Mrs\ : Chester Curry and otherrelativescleft :' for a'isit with datives anu\wflj}!i- member of the NRA Con- .', Little Rock ...... 62 84 | in the northern Rockies and inmost car near this city.
ire i l Glencoe those Mr..: Saturday afternoon Los Angeles __ 48 64 sections east of the Mississippi I
from 'Chicago., and Among present were be the guest of her brother.inlawland rsumers 'Advisory Board, born at I
IflLl0lsi'atiif! during their stay 1 and Mrs. R. R. Ricketts, Mr. and I I for ltltaml;;' : I sister Mr.\ and Mrs. J. II. : Salem,. Mass,k 43 years ago. t: Louisville ..m..... 42 62 River, except in the South Diamonds: which are off coloror
nfcrtfjare''occupying': : the home of: Mrs. Howard Smith, Mi. and Mrs.\ I Knight i H- i i Miami ...i........._ 64 80 Atlantic and East Gulf States, I too small for commercial use
7ti;$. Mollie Parker on South' \\\ C. Duncan. Mrs. O. S. Long R. A. Bissell chief of the commissary 1 I t I Robert W. G. Vail librarian of Minneapolis ...... 16 48 with readings; of freezing or below ere used for coating g* ling'
.treeU I, Horace Connable, Dr. and Mrs. P.I Matecumbe.: left Sunday ;1 Gives i I j the American Antiquarian Society ;, New Orleans! .... 68 82 from Michigan\ eastward over wheels, after being crurfie and
".' Mrs Durfee I New York .......... 30 50 the North Atlantic States while graded and mixed with a special
rb1! tea or; Sunday afternoonwas L. Given, Mr. and Mrs.\ Frederick 1 afternoon for Islamorada i Salem. Ma\ s., born at Vic-| ;
I I'
held in the lovely patio of,I, Tibbotts, Mr.\ Tibbotts Sr., after a brief visit here. I I Dinner Party tor, N. Y., 45 years ago jPensacola ..._...? 6? 72 abnormally warm weather prevailsin i 1 binder.f .
4t bX home, with tropical flowers''and Mrs. William E. Waddell,Mr'l I ___ i Pittsburgh ..._.... 36 56 the South Mississippi Valley 1I
I Mrs. S. S. Darfee entertainedon I St. Louis __.___... 52 62 and Plains States I'
vf' many varieties, ferns and'HaIler I I Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Dr. F. A. Heckler prominent j I i Conde Nast of New York City, hest Colds
pjanla forming a background of, den! Captain and Mrs. Harrington in the professional life of Columbus Saturday evening at a dclight"al ; publisher, born there, 61 years: Salt Lake City. .10 62San
exceptional beauty and charm. |I| Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Dudley! ,! Ohio who was in Key West ,i ; inormal dinner party at Casa;; ago Francisco .. 50 60 \OIKI: TO T\\i"vviits: : \j ...Best treated"
'. Mrs.. Ten Hoor had arranged' Mrs. James. Mr. and M s. Harold for several weeks as the guest of Manna having as her guests Miss, t Seattle ._..___....... :36 42 State and County taxes for 1E1:: ... without ".dosingVICMS
for a musical entertainment 1 b'y) aj J| Ballou, Mr. and Mrs. Jerome his sister, Mrs. James Adams, returned Mary Loa Hitt Ignacio Carbonell! : Dr. Berlin Van I loosen of Chicago Tampa .__.... _.__ 70 80 I now April due I, .,3 will:;. be delinquent after I \l
young local colored boys' rhumba'. Bloom, Miss Mollie Parker and!I to his home Sunday. '! and Leo B. Warren. :1 tanked as among the coun- i Washington ..n.. :38 46 i KUANK II UAIH! ,
I Tropical petunias and ferns WillUon ... ...... 32 64WEATHER 1 mar%+-3t Tax ColUvtorI. .
band, and 'these youngsters, in i]:; Miss Cornelia Ricketts. try's great physicians, born at I I. STAINLESS now, if prefer
, I Miss Marina Crespo left Saturday i 'orniet'' an attractive table cen, Rochester: Mich., 72 years ago. ; I you
- afternoon for Miami to Le the I terpiece. Prior to the dinner FORECASTTill
Madame Baikowa Guest Of Mrs. guest of her sister Mi s Marie I cocktails were served and after!1 Alfred E. Housman, Britain's I !i BRIDGE PARTY ''I BENJAMIN LOPEZ
I Crespo, for two weeks. dinner Mrs. Durfee and her guests Cambridge Univ. professor of Lat- ( 8 p. m., Wednesday) Auspices Room Representative; I FUNERAL HOME
I 1
Menner Enroute Home danced in the< ballroom'! of the in and famed poet, born 76 years Key West and Vicinity: Fair High School P.-T. A. ] Established 49 Y.ars
Departs !, James E. Carey, who was in 1 hotel, following! which the entire ago. tonight; and Wednesday; little WOMAN'S CLUBHOUSE I Key We,"'* Oldest
Key West with relatives for a I i party attended the special eve-I __ ___ change in temperature; gentle) Thursday, March 28, 3 p. m. 24-Hour Ambulant>> Sarrlc
J Madame Vsevelod Baikowa, nee Madame Baikowa was extensively, few days, left yesterday afternoon ,s I nin?'.-, entertainment at the hat I II i King Fuad of Egypt, born 67 variable winds. I 2Se PER PERSON I Licensed Embalmer
Princess Andronikova, who for,though quietly, due to her state for his home in Islamorada. '! bma-\fadrid: Cljb. I years ago; : tonight and Wcd- Phone 135 Nifht .....WJ'
ireveral weeks has been the house of health, entertained with a -
guest of !Mrs.\ Robert T. Menner I number of private dinner parties, -

at; her home on Duval :street, Sun (I teas. luncheons and cocktail par. iI'.L "' < <' .. .. .. .
; : ..... : :" "
day entrained for New York City. ', ties, and of course was present at _........: . ,.: : ''. .. :"::::'; :>': ii''
: tyadame Baikowa, who was inKey ; the informal and delightful Sunday :: :
West for her health, an-; evening buffet suppers held ;;;;; ,
nbuneed herself as much bene- almost every week by Mrs. Men- .. .111 where YOlJg

t ted by her stay here, having ner. p . go
found the soft tropical air and| Madame\ Baikowa further ex- -
climate much to her liking. She pressed herself as considering
was also enthusiastic regarding Key West a charming and lovely .
the| excellent swimming she, enjoyed -I place and ''has announced her intention -
at local beaches. of returning some time in
"During her sojourn here the future for a longer stay. Z'
.- -- --- :
Manlio Ovidio Argentinian
II :r P

I ': Baritone, Leaves Cn SundayManlio I IsakMAiu 1

Ovidio, the yeung Ar- Following! his departure from
gentinian baritone who for some! Florida shortly after his concertin aim
I Miami, he will engage in a
weeks has been a visitor to Key 1
concert tour throughout the east- '
West_. i, departed Sunday for11.: i I ern section of the country.
a1\I..W h ere he will give' a con-: Those who have been fortunatein _

cert.Mr.: I hearing Mr. bvidio sing state '. :,
Ovidio Is among the pupils: that he is the possessor of a truly tY
A'f lthe';eminent' 'Aih rican tutor, magnificent voice and a brilliant > t 11 : '. I give you the mildest smoke, the I l>est- . ,'iyt'i ;
.4i' ilt"Larorge; '"the' teacher of j:: .. . .
future is predicted for him. I ;: .; ;: "' ...
many' prominent*'artikls and ar.I While here Mr. Ovidio was extensively ,.r : .,, ', ," tasting smoke. I do not irritate your throat. u :. .
fbeV(: ipclli'dinLncre'tia! '' Bori, entertained, and has I s'Z >+;; Y sM. ., I .;, 1
MargtierUe'/Matzenauer.' Lawrence I expressed himself as delightetl : ?> < ; a..1 v .L' . .' You \\onder who I makes me different.: >, ..P .. ." I ..
tibbetts hd RicnaYd Crooks. with West and its He ,. '
Key people. I II r 1 ,"I '
i !: For tiling its I leaves. Is
one center .
"foIl': Ovidio has appeared in intends to return whenever possible r spurn' i (. 'f.r <'L,
opera"and\ on the concert the Island and i iI ., :.. ,f. ..
stage to City once 'fl' i'
I the little laves
and . . sticky, top . so hitter to "
abroad also in motion
pic- more enjoy its splendid attrac.! I'.' ;' "
tures, in France and in America.:'I' tions. : r the taste. I scorn the I coarse I bottom leaves, i'

. ._ 5L
---- ---- (
I } > ? :: wt ( so harsh and unappetizing. I am careful ;
Two WinterVisitors Benefit Bridge \
Leave .: a of your friendship, for I am made of only t -:
Party ThursdayRoom '
r (I N

_t .: 1 the mild, fragrant, expensive center I leaves
Mr. and Mils.\ John Jenni, of Representatives of the i iI
Asheville, N. C., who for several Key West High School Parent-
months have been winter residents
Teacher Association will
of the island city, left this I sponsor I
morning over the highway for, a benefit bridge party at the Wo % it .p. ;
their summer home in the moun-i' man's Clubhouse on Division I4Lc22..

tam of North Carolina. street on Thursday afternoon,
Both :Mr. and Mrs. Jenni ex- starting at 3 o'clock.

press themselves as much pleased I This party is being given in an :
with their stay here, having particularly effort to raise funds for student 1
enjoyed the fishing,! aid and especially for providing ,
swimming and other sports and !: needed books for the school chilI -
intend to return the early part of I I dren. 1 --
next season for another lengthy I The conviuttee in of the i'1
I i charge ... (fIJ\
I I . .
stay: affair ,
report that to date many' '\.
I reservations have been made' for .

WOlfsons Return the party and a good attendanceis ... .=-.i1..l'l!' .
To New York is anticipated. .'. K 'zrLa'k ) g t, tit ". . ,
!'I Attractive prizes will be awarded iiI >w y yr \: .
and during the evening refreshments .. ,. W.. .
Dr. and Mrs William L. Wolf- . - 'K...
son of Brooklyn, N. Y.. who have I Reservations will be I I / ." -- .
been can made by : f ..... .. .Q"
visiting Dr. Wblfson's; l. ......J'
callinK Mrs\ Mervin L. Russell, LUCKIEst \tJsroN ltyf ..
parents, Mr. and Mrs Louis! : [ :; ,
Wolfson. in Miami, have returned Herrick I f YOU.TH'I '
to" their home. CENTER LEAVESI. G"I'VE ' < "
Dr. Wolfson is assistant professor ! bration of the seventieth birthday I l 7'" : "". :<: YfI O.:>"J"

of surgery at the Long! Island -' anniversary of the former's father /.. __. ._..-",; . _Q.;:\ ; *%"1'xT'": 'It'"" "i{ 7i1 B& 1L
College of Medicine and also held on :March 15th. > ; /
attending to the Jewish I The ,
surgeon Wolfson family are very I II '
and Israel Zion hospitals in Brook- well-known in KeyVest, having P '.'.. :. . '
lyn: lived here for about thirty years, . ,
Dr. and Mrs. Wolfson came especially I but having moved to Miami' . *i i g .: "L' .. .,
to be present at the cele- eighteen years ago. .: : "

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