The Key West citizen
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 Material Information
Title: The Key West citizen
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: April 10, 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
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Associated Best 55 Interests Years Service.Press Devoted of Key Day to West Wire the tEb C' latp W est.

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Republican Leader Ponder Over YOUNG SENATORAWAITSTIMETO House Passes Bill) In Transfer I New Scientific Weapons For .Chemical

Activities For Coming Campaign OfGoverninitProperties"

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Great Strategy Being DUEY WELCOMES'DISSENSIONS WASHINGTON, April 10.-A bill 'authorizing ------ -
the navy and commerce departments to exchange a SAILFISH ANGLINGATPIRATES ,

Studied In Manipulations OF CEEDINGS OF SENATORIAL: f portion'of< the naval" station and lighthouse' reserva- I :I. Science Makes Mustard

tion at Key Weat, was passed by the House and sent GIVES ;
To Be CarriedOn BODY FROM POINT OF VANTAGE to the Senate. COVE Gas Deadlier; Other

'GLD'TYDINGS The exchange involves the naval coal sheds and I
Next YearBy I wharf, and old postoffice building owned by the DRAWS VISITORS r;: What I Dreadful Gases CitedIn

lighthouse department. bridle ConductedBy
SENIOR SENATOR REPRESENTING By HERBERT PLUMMER Officials said it will "increase: availability of : Read I Survey

each for uses in their respective departments." WIFE OF MINISTER FROM' for the

will be more than. two month before -I II I <"*MM-lMi.4 Press selenrr' i:lltvr>

There are two telephone numbers DISPOSITIONBy West Viriginia'a "baby" THREE SAILFISH BROUGHT TO PORT CREDITED WITH i The April 4, I NEW YORK, April 10.-The

i Washington which newspapermen LANDING RECORD CATCH i activities!= real new scientific weapons for
Senator-elect Rush D. Holt will YESTERDAY BY GROUP OF VISITORS i I
always call when Mr. Hoover HERBERT PLUMMER program chemical warfare have remained
West Mr.
have attained his senatorial majority I
wlatd 1'rrrsl
Inv An <<
makes a statement from Palo -- employe hidden from the public behind a
Madam van llaersma de \Vitli,|
WASHINGTON, April 10.-It
of 30 and can take his seat Three sailfish perfect specimens launch had reached a position the J .
Alto. is difficult to conceive of a situation ! t I wife of Jonkeer 11. M. van:' smoke-screen of reports on dreadful .
"hit'has considered favorable.. be one ,
The, first >.i. District 1144 for where Huey Long of in the senate.In of this much'r sought-after i Lines were cast and in a short llaersma de With, minister from i! He 't' new. gases, bacteria and super.
Louisiana and Millard Tydings,,
the: former vicotpresident -of the senior senator(; from Maryland, many respects, however, the inhabitant i long battle the beauty was caught the record sailfish! at''! a bridle
United 'State-<:barlea. Curtis. could be in accord on anything. |! days since January 3 (when thepresent the are
'yesterday !
prizes- brought'into port brought in. This measured 7 feet i
Pirates Cove this week. The!
Aside from the .fact their ages:
nowhere there, ]I I and 5 inches and weighed G5:> 1.2 1 those ; J Jbowers 1 .
They get exactly just a drop in tke real of
convened ,
are about the'same and that both I congren was ) by'C.' ,A./Gross and H.' A. MaoT i-> catch weighed K3 pounds and ocean

for ,Mr;'Curtis carefully in his opinion, have been anythingbut >hero., the best in''
groomed men
comment these days on--'anything among I Macpherson, who. after a -battle Jonkeer de With Madam de times I Chat rocean is shown,, by the bis'toiicalfrftkough -
the senate they are as differentas a period of marking time. L. H. Barkhausen. and David Peek which
: lasting 45 minutes brought in a With, their daughter Nora and a j
political.The two individuals could be. > seldom
any i reportedfact
lie is enjoying a sort of select of beautiful fish. This was 0 feet the jonkecr's sister-in-law Mile. when the
Tydings, a bachelor of 45, delights -. of Chicago on their first trip t
second is National 1447 for and 11 inches andt'i hell 49 married. that
I ; 3,000 chemicals
in donning an old :urple;; box scat and i is .privileged to view Inez Vanden Broek d'Obrenan, I were
the seasivi, after big ones. pounds.: After
Patrick J. Hurley, secretary of dressing gown and painting landscapes : senate proceedings from a point of i This catch was quickly followed )I I are visiting at I'riates Cove and;' eeeded i. tested for gas warfare before and

war during the Hoover administration. to escape the cares of the \\antage seldom enjoyed by an- Yesterday the group started by Mr. Peck beginning! a struggle J have been there for several 1 bility I during the'Wor'd war.
senate, in writing books which days.1
National ,1447 always he autographs or and sends around; other. Although! not permitted to out with Captain B. Filer, and intended -' with a prize which was brought( to I) Mlle. Nora has but mtde the Of these only 30 were' *elect-il
in debates the floor he the launch after almost one huur. made her' nary and
is good for a story.It to his friends. He purposely i t engage to try for tarpon. Few of ; It measured 7 feet and 1 inch and tered society having anal I "you for trial and finally those used
keeps Washington address un-' does have the advantage: of participating debut at an elaborate Black |
weighed 58 pounds. complex. for fighting narrowed to about a
may not be political, of der cover so that he might be fie in all cloakroom dugout these were sighted and it was decided t White Ball given February 16 all'
The trio of beauties made a': dozen. Sixteen years since has
course. MV. Hurley may insist on for such\ diversions. i i Conversations with brother democrats for another chance at the i i tight i to .please the eyes of J large the Netherlands legation in added chemical
telling. about his horses and His intimate friends call him Washington. I new combination; ,
yon ( group of anglers! who gathered I : I
"Glad Tydings" because of ; I: a few dozen at most but the real
his estate in nearby Virginia. hiss! And it is in the cloakrooms silver kings. last evening and Urn morning; to Other prominent visitors at the'
sunny disposition and unfailing\ ; I! view the fish which placed cove are Mr.\ and Mrs. E. S. FERA progress has continued with the
Unless he's steered in another I were I
the real lowdownon One of the said,
good humor. where one gets party "Let'i i on the rack. A number of photographs Rogers, of Toronto, Canada, who : \\.cH'ld war dozen, particularly
direction he'll
indefinitelyabout Becoming Critical I why certain things are happening try for failfish." The idea went'': were taken by profe>sion-' have been fishing every day. Some: I i one of them, mustard
his jumpers or the time the Of late, however, Tydings has motives r have been caught.' gas
the outsi'le and the the'BERKOW1TZ large ones
oil over big and in a short tic'c j al and amateur photographers.!; I No New Gases
"Atlnural" was clocked: for the become more and more critical) behind such i iICOUNTYfORCES I Mrs. Rogers had a thrilling ex
maneuvers.Tenets _ I
mile. of the way things are being done] Confirmed I ---- perience. A dolphin was on her, ; Inquiry among U. S. war de-

Shies At Hoover Mention in Washington. Always classed) Apparently the youthful Mr.\ I Ii i 1 line and she was making a sue-:, I rartment officers ami leading

When mention is made of Mr.\ heretofore as an old line democrat I Holt has had confirmed in these TO I i i ir cebiful fight when a fine marlin I r American chemists subktantlates
ready to follow his party
nabbed the dolphin and with a AVERY
cloakroom sessions, to his own this. The chemical
Hoover: or the chances for G, (). wherever it led-he was chairman ) few bites left but the 1 war department's
satisfaction and for his: own use HEAD DEMOL AYS 1 I warfare bulletin No, 4 quotes
P. in 11)30) Mr. Hurley immediately -, of the democratic senatorial; elecUpns. when he takes his senate seat, ;1 r j head of the smaller fish. The' GROUP I Harrison E. Howe, editor oP,inusti'1af'and -

L.vl iu *Mcaey.Insistent qif committee in ,1930: withmarked manyof the political th ril.'lfwhit.h -.* :3: !.' -. *?v .r ,! 1 guide estimated the marlin to':' '"Engifleermft:iss .'

elicit the tucct'K.his criticism of .played' a part in his own I weigh 150 pounds. The head of try:
the administration has piqued .political' advancement in West Vir- the dolphin indicated it to be unusually -|, DENT :
j "I think it is fair to that to
from him that "I ] the'l say
or no one interest of on capitol hill.And
many i
ginia. MEETING CONDUCT. the best of our knowledgeand
speak for Mr.\ Hoover.:' apparently no one is more. Support of organized labor wall! I I' A. It. Whitney, of New York,: I belief, research! since the war }has

As for the chances of the republican 'interested than Huey Long. j: one of the principal tenets in they! I ED LAST EVENING FUNDS AVAILABLE who came with Arthur Curtis' Avery J I failed to disclose for
iarty in 1936, Hurley is i That's unusual for Huey. ,Except : -] I Yacht Lanai any gases
| i Holt philosophy during James on the last
political )] i arrive in field that advantageous
---- I use are any more -
more loquacious. I: when he is making a speech ihimself i his campaign for a seat in the I meek, is also at the cove and is than those known amt

"The republican party will-i: Long rarely is able to sit senate."I'rosperity. 1 Jerome ISerkouitz: was elected l las ;; County Clerk Ross: C. Sawyer devoting his time anglng; for ida ":mer i used' during the World' war.
make a mistake," he said in a':'i still long enough to hear anyone I I lion r si I
is dependent on the new Master Councillor of is now preparing a payroll for ,I j i pleasant'I On one sate\ \ is the fact th.itmustard's
speech in Detroit not so\ long ', el.se. He bounces in and out of themehe I Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence K. Williams
strolls from one side')' labor, not capital" was a Robert J. Perry Chapter, Order of : county employes who are paid ]I i I: effectiveness lias b<*enimproved \
ngo. "if it attempts to assimilate\ : ,.. the chamber preached from one end of I arrived yesterday from his efforts
cither of the extremes of the of the chamber to the other engaging DeMolay, at the quarterly election from the General Revenue andFine about 20 per cent; tint
I West to the other I Washington\ for a week of fishing
Virginia inj I in..:. M. tinder the right conditions the new
democratic party.' Our party I I i senators on both !sides in : 1934. I: held in regular meeting last evening : and Forfeiture funds. c; Mr. Williams is a well known'' i i I be expected to remain
Admin' gas may
t.hould (in 1936): ) support the hurried whispered conversations r!I "West Virginia coal miners : in Scottish Rite Hall corner The checks which have been attorney and organizer of the well ;'active on a large area for weeks

changes necessary to correct, :I,: Not Iwht'n Tydings was who formerly worked 10. 12, and Eaton and Simonton streets. made out and are now available known Jefferson Island Club. j nation, and making the territory untenable.

slreiigthi.il and ]perfect, nol todestroy : slashing! \ away at "new deal" policies. ; 14 hours a day for $1.50," he declared Other officers elected : in the clerk's office are: General'I Mr. and MVs. John Mac Far.. ed the : Not
were: i I Can Be Detected
the American econopiic i i "now are working. 35 I Revenue for the month of April, land, of Pasadena, and Los Angeles -' tion has
Jeff Senior Councillor I On the other side i is the record
system. I l Didn't Even Interrupt i iI hours a week under NRA and as 11)34) ; Fine and Forfeiture for the Calif., are expected to ar-|

As to who will enunciate these I Long and Tydings have had. .getting an average: of $5 a day- and Joseph Richardson as Junior !, month of July, 1933. : rive. They mailed on the Grace' ron. I that attempts to nullify the!
principles for G. 0. P. in the '36 I, some bitter exchanges in the' All Arriving I effectiveness of this gas have
and the coal operators are better Councillor. The new officers will ; employes who have checks : Liner Santa Lucia from San
is, I I senate during. times the former Johnson %; I I failed. Describing this. !Jr. Ulrich
presidential campaign due them Pe'dro. !
saysHurley off now than when they were : be installed at the regular meeting ; these months can secure Mrs. MacFarland is the
another question t'nlirt'ly.1 I has been on a rampage against' fighting the union." I them by applying at the daughter: of Mrs. Hancock Banning water ( Mueller\ Kiel recognized as the
Still Some the admini: clerk's office
Those were statements made by tomorrow between who spent last winter at the hibited in 1!I
One gathers the impression i they have been very personal Talks were made by several of o'clock in the -says! in Die Che li the Waite:
Holt in 1934.: (9 morning and 5 in cove as the house guest of Mrs. j' '
however on !hearing Hurjey talk : too. Huey once charged that J Wants Labor Support : the members and plans were ar-'the'; afternoon. i 1I I Irving Wright. Mr. and Mrs. country as : i "Due! ', to the (feat I.FIinl1Vli.

aloig these\ lines, t!1.t'the republican J: Tydings. was perhaps most consistently i Here's what Holt pays in 1935.: i ranged to start a membership I M.isFarand! will spend a few days exhibit.. I KV"!"I 4must.ari.f\ a3 y ,i rd lirlJjl l

campaign( slogan) ,oC,the 1 I on the "wrong". side of: after having been elected to the I drive muhe-*near* *w futarcI.crvtjiJ ItnTfj?1 : I I'I" at the cove and then go to Miami Besides ],I '32 campaign-"Who But Hoo : paramount issues: than any other j i view 1 IP I ACTIVITY where will produced ; }1's naturally very'ImJort.ant..tl1;
senate and privileged. to fimAibns' they nick up a new car ( !
I social to be iiossess :
ver"is in his mind. I i man in the senate. ,! from the inside without actually I I sponsjica 1 and proceed to Washington! for a 'purposes,* I a detector i ..:for, r that.* tub-'*
As stake\ There are other senators on by tbjtihanterwere, dj u ftlnd ,Wnee.
for his in the
coming i taking a part in the business of CARRIED ON BY then tour the eastern'states. murals for ] "' "(
t'lIntl''lht still remembers that the democratic sidas frank if making laws: will fcMe&rred to tWneV'iocialc 'I" "I| .."Efforts{ : to find"!! Wli''a, .detgsl;'I
then''a.. Hut boom for) the! not more so in their criticism of the latter, : tor have not been faclcing, nrjif in.
a ley I I "The democratic party must p rftte Vtulh/rfU] be Appointed Colonel Parker Mitt Mrs. Hilt '
SANITARY UNIT I 192:$) 'the Geneva commission, yt#|(
second the l unlticket ] administration policies as Tyd-i i Haul's )
place on repupli t make an immediate bid for the b, MiUWte'CoUcillor at the and Miss Hitt, dined at Pirates 11 t ot
t in I li'32.!': ings. Senators Glass and Byrd of the Red Cross offered a prize
I I support of or ani' ed labor. . j Cove Sunday night.ANOTHER highly! by
When he saw: George; Dcrn) of i Virginia, Senator Gore of Oklahoma -! American politics has reached a next meeting iI 1 REPORT -- Key West. I 10.000 &gold francs for the discovery -
Utah installed in his place as and others are most out- ; turning point and under the Scribe Joe Richardson read the forts in the I of a detector To win the
= oken. I monthly letter from the state I YACHTCOMESTO secretary of war on !\Inrt'hI, ;: i l> leadership of a progressive democratic COLLECTION OF GARBAGE.; Johnson : .
193:.!. Hurley told intimates as he : Yet the Louisiana "kingfish"; party are going liberal. scribe which coflt;.;:ned interestirg roles in the i i all extraordinarily sensitive (it
left the war department: doesn't accord them such atten: "The time is coming for the information of activities from the : TRASH AND VARIOUS OTHER .I Ii PORT when it ', hid to react to concentration if

"My I ]political future is behind ,:, tion as he does Tydings. He evn : democratic party to welcome various chapters in the folalt' !' ACTIVITIES Miami. ;: 70 milligrams per cubic meter)
I 1 and i it had to react to mustard
me. i: refrained from interrupting the within its ranks organized labor i I Admini :! gas

Reminded of that now he'll say :; Maryland senator to agree with :I I and liberal professional workers. THIEVES ENTERSTOWERS'STORE Report of the sanitary depart-' ter to the I I t alone.

it Mill holds: but with a wink headmonishes :, some of his statements and toemltellish I I I. . Cooperation between the I went of the Key West CANADIAN VESSEL KALUSTO that: your I I "All the proposals submitted,

: I I I them with observations labor forces with the progressive lion for the month of Admini04ra-l! ARRIVES YESTERDAY you feel it J I, however proved to be useless and

"Only lont stress it too m'u-h." :j i of his own-a favorite long. democratic party is vital to America's collection of 437 loads of garbage t tI from our the prize could not be awarded."
I trick. FROM HAVANAThe t i In this respect also mustard gas!:
I i I i future. and trash during the period. 'I I hope, i
I the
to be most resistant
WJiv !he shows such deference I'I proved
Holt! probably will have little I This is but one of the several tinue "
: I i of all substances yt known.
COUNTY BOARD tr Tydmg no one seems to know. I
opportunity to practice what he RADIO AND BICYCLE TAKEN activities of the department wVich the art '
Perhaps it's just Huey's way of preaches, however, in the immediate were conducted by the unit during I Canadian Yacht Kallisto,: veloped .- I 'Dew Of Death Abandoned

MEETS TONIGHT welcoming: another dissented to ; future. It will be June SOME TIME LAST I the month. Street cleaning, formerly W lucia III, arrived in: "May I The 'lack of this insidious approach

I the fold. ___ I 119 before he reaches the requisite mosquito contrgllicleaping; cisterns' port 'late yesterday afternoon thank you i is one reason why the
for in the NIGHT inspections front'llavana with W. American "dew ofdeath. ,"
age a seat senate.-iNRA I and sanitary are all in-1 owner W. operatioii
SIX PASSENGERS i j I legislation, carrying safeguardsfor : r I cluded in the department's Near and party of friends on: ("onstie>l\1.i Lewisite ha, been dropped from

NOTHING ASIDE FROM ROUTINE ; labor must be enacted by congress I tions. i 1. board. These are Mrs. Marjorie' j-our ..con the list of effective war Rasr's.

BUSINESS SCHED. :l before June 16, the date1' Thieves entered the music store Sanitary nuisances' of various 1' M'Wise and Mrs. Florence I..'.zation hai' Lewidte was not used in the war.
I II i when the national industry recovery -! "f,J. I. Slower last night and, kinds, to the number of 155,. were I Cullen rof New York.. |! as*b nHic But it wan said 12 bombs" of it

ULED TO COME UP t I :I act expires by law. : departed with. one all-wave radio abated while 9.5950."laees' were I'' Mr. Near has been a regular to us." dropped from planes could destroy

I Passengers! 'leaving on the plane He's laying the groundwork, and a late model speedster bicycle.I treated for mosquito control;'!}>visitor"' these waters'for a nnm-I' Mr.: : a city the size of Berlin.

yesterday afternoon for Miami however in this field which 'may 'The loss of the articles was re- r There were 53: cisterns pumped : ber of years daring which he hi; ministrator i iI i But the "dew of death" causes

Second meeting of the board IIf were: Fred I. Culham. David R. make him. a personage to be ported to Sheriff K. 0. Thompson and of these 47 were cleaned and been cruising in tropical seas. |t'I j "I: an itching sensation on the skin

county commissioners for the Taylor. Tilde) S. Carrero, Henry reckoned with in the senate in this morning and the matter is be-I chlorinated. Nine houses were I i The vessel has just returnee! further the moment it touches. It also advertises .

month of April will be held 8 : Stra<'er. Gladys Tingle and Hester -I the days to come.'FOR I ing investigated The maraudersleft : fumigated. from a cruise in South American the art its presence by a strong

o'clock this: evening! in the officeof t Scott. no clues, it was stated. A total of 2.259.074 square i I and Western Indian waters and;! West odor.

Clerk isms C. Sawyer at the I :Hiss' Scott represents the Universal -' yards of streets were cleaned during -I the Caribbean sea and concludedthe present 1 I t
county court house. t Service and was in Key SALE i I BLAIMED IT ON DEVIL the month. |I I cruise by making entry atI devote my FAMILY GAME

There are no matters of especial West making an investigation of I When the rehabilitation. program -I!I Key West, 1I \iIt I ,,r -

interest to come before the board I the projects! and accomplishments 500 BABY CHICKS UTICA. N. Y.-Two girls of was started the sanitary de- is the intention of the ownert] the fullest I HEATHSVILLE. Va. --1'118

it was Raid. Depository accounts of the FERA accompanied by this city, charged with shoplifting,I partment was one of the first to I to leave today for the north with!:ject and eleven grandsons of Stephen :an-

to he checked and routine mattersto I l Bernard C. DeWitt. of the public: Fulford's Poultry Farm said the devil made them do it. The be put on an active basis and for 'a stop at ,Miami and other points "with the ) dens 85. of this city, recently de.

be handled is all the business relations department, securing), PHONE ISO judge gave the devil and the girls: 1 Ji S months a concentrated cleanup before proceeding to the nssersJ! that my j feated his twelve sons in a game

scheduled. I I I I data for an article. I I. I ten days. program was carried on. J 1 I home portat Toronto j be just as 'I of baseball by a score of 9 to 6.

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.. .. THE CROOKED LAWYERNo ................................................. estimated that about $2,500,000].taches.!! .Several who were actual.
(il l [JJtSl tl
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r1'ubltshed t I KEY WEST IN BEHIND THE LINES The 'Inside' Of The News .' will be had from this source. .j i i'I ly appointed asked to be relieved.,

Dally Except Sunday By profession should hold to higher By OSCAR M. JOHNSON Upping of the present two per-j ---- ---- -

-- THE CITI/E rCllUSIIISG CO. WO." I DAYSGONE BY .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .-.- .-.-..-..-..-.-....-.-.-.-.-.- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .-.- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- 'I cent limit on intangibles, a' more I II LEGALS
a. f. AnTMA.N.: rr.1deat. levels.of honor, integrity and plain honestythan .1 I
Fran The Citizen Building- Happenings Here Just 10 Year TALLAHASSEE April 10.- is :logical and reasonable that taps vigorous collection of occupational'!' I.FG1.. XJTIfK
should the law. The right to prac- You it down in the little I taxes and other existing; levies' to 1551. LAWS
Corner Green and Ann Street Ago Today As Takes From can put further the present income from i Pursuant chapter
tice in the courts of justice carrie. with it The Files Of TLe Citizen book that almost anything can be the general fund, sales tax advoCates and an increased tax on insurance'*' tf f .sly Dally Newlpaper In Key Nest and Monro. expected of the present legislature I premiums are being considered, April :t, 1935 al the
County. .a vast and inescapable obligation to the . .No legislative body in all the will be found more or less in 1 but all these sources are inadequate -! Governor office In Tallahassee!
Late esterday afternoon the} statehood t!| full accord. .Among these is the to meet needs when the! Florida shied uffrrinKB of maturedor
second class matter 90 of Florida's *.
Untered at Ky West. Florida as public. Most lawyers live up to the essential years i I uftmaturfRnt.1 and Krtdffi
negotiations: for sale of part of ever started off in a more serious, i; Budget Commission's recommendation combined forces get through with! IIIKh.avr Refunding Winds r>fMONROK
FIFTY-SI VTH YEAR ] .standards--'a few do not. And the Key West Realty company'stract determined and may it be fairly for improvements and expansions I the present general revenue fund. All:: offerings COl'XTV:! submitted, FLOIIID leST UK

Memttrw .f the Aaa.e4aN Prey these few Ryley at the easterly end of the said, ruthless vein .Precedent ;: II III FIRM FOR; TKN HAYS StH! ":-
Courtney Cooper
.I.j Associated Press U xclu.lvety entitled to u*. island were formally concluded in old order will be brushed at the tate Hospital for Sam Getzen has proposed a bill Qt'KXT TO TIlt PATH OF OPKNINi -
and .
credited tIt I through May l li.and .
all dispatches I : f'.o
o'f news I
; r republicatlon points out in an interview with Attorney- the Insane and would
or not otherwise credited In this paper and a1.a the office of J. Lancelot Lester aside without slightest degree of : at Chattahoochee which fix a minimum wage, must Male full name, tie. '
the local news published here. General Cummings appearing in a recent -. and the property now belongs to reverance for past usefulness. . : the State Penitentiary at Raiford. of $800 for teachers in any county, *4Tlpti n and' rrial numbers.f dateof
Interest rate
Issue of the Saturday Evening Post, the Mtachara Corporation of West The early tempo sounded indicatesthis I involving an expenditure of about of the state. .As a class negro'' issue bonds date of maturity and
: EDITORIAL) Palm Beach and New York. The $1.000.000. .Such an appropriation teachers would benefit handsomely. i l>ri<-<> asked liondii that are In default .
I question. i
jNATIONAl[ are as much the enemies of the public as sale was made through the agency : beyond any I would serve two purposes. . t FLAT of Interest price, which must price tie offered shall 1 at.*
... : /935 the gangsters they defend. of Johnson and Johnson. The purchase Radical changes are in prospect It would be designed!" to meet sad I 11 umlcTfittMMl. t<> t.e the prlcw asked.
lL'nnll"T.o! : RATES Mr. Cooper cites almost incredible] instances price was $500,000 one particularly so with respect to the;I II ly over-crowded conditions and at All sorts of legislation designed fur :such KFAl't.TKI bonds WITH Oil Al.!l'NPAII. PASTDITF

.me Tear _._..__ ._. ., ---- $1.... filth of which was paid on the state's tax structure. .When the'legislature the same time provide a meanswhereby i to restore delinquent tax lands to' fori'ONS ATTACHED and notice.
;Three::11: Month Months-m.' ....-_. ..__...__ 2fHi I.ot. of ]lawyers who are retained by passing! of the papers yesterday., I gets through with the;:, Florida can in effect par I I their ownt'rs' control are being r Is ilonth, ,.-..,_.m-----. - .- -** known criminals and are given large sums After the deal was closed Mr. present fiscal setup.'I has tially meet Washington's demandsfor proposed .One sweeping bill pro- of any bond acceptedanrijor
Vcekly: ...__ .- i . .*t of money to use in any way they like-so Meacham said he would at once I carried through without substantial substantial matching of FERA poses that all Lack taxes be wiped : ot purchased such missing hereunder coupon the will faeevalue ..*
ADVERTISING RATES send a force of engineers to Key : basic! change for fifty yearn! grants to the state in the future. lout entirely J except in cases where deducted from purchase price I and
Vladf known m _"plicationM'KCIAL. long as acquittal is obtained for the under- West to survey the tract prepara- since fdoption of the 1885 constitution ': 'j tax certificates have been pur. I!,I> offerings must !>e submitted on this

:card. IIoOTIC&of thanks, revolution .lperl world client. Such lawyers worry little tory to preparing plans for its de it won't be recognizable!I. The whole legislative situation I chased Iy l firms! corporations or II.a"jll.such offerings Sealed; shall envelope plainly containing Mate on:
AM notice
read'ng chltuary notice, etc, mill be. charged for atte about evidence or justice-they know that velopment. to oldtimers.At : appears tailor-made for the sales!partnerships.. .Point is mad that its face that It It a propoaal for. the
I Ii : lands.The
sale of Monroe County
rate of :o cent a line. taxers.In \ this one act would prove thei I
!:..tf.... for entertainment by churches from whlcfcrevenue bribery is a more effective weapon. They i this! moment it seems very ; i ttiraulous right; is reserved to reject
is to be derived are 5 cents a line. greatest possible to re- any and all offering or portion of
have been
'.'11.. ciiis: n Is an open forum and Invites discus- train their clients like actors, so that when Arrangements completed : definitely the prospect that Florida his message. to the legislaturethe 1 viving real estate transactions offering:
of public Issues and subjects of local or genera for the entertainment ofGtnel'al : will join the ranks of more : the STATK HOARD OF ADMINISTRX-
turest but It will not publish anonymous communi they appear on the witness stand they can Geraido Machado :I' governor suggested I i TInS OF FLORIDA.
.tt'n. prt'Si.1 than 20 states which have already I Ii most logical and reasonable way i l Most! seasoned: members of the l u\id. Sholtx. to\"t'rnor. all President
make "staged" answers to any question. dent-elect of Cuba and his resorted to a general sales tax as needed I ,
arl"1: I to provide schools with the legislature fought shy of servingon J. M. Ire State Comptroller asSecretary
They obtain perjured alibis--and buy off of distinguished} Cubans who i a "temporary" expedient assure $10,500.000 in state aid for teacher the house and senate efficiency ,

IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST prosecution witnesses. In Mr. Cooper'swords..It to arrive afternoon in Key West from next Haxana.Monday I I income. i iI : and bus transportation pay t'ommittet'Soj'hi'h, select the ate,I W V Knott. State Treasurer aprl-lt aaTreasurer.
"" ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN I I I Ir rested in diverting{ the three centsof
is all fakery, crookedness, Colonel J. II. Carroll will be at r When 70 of the 95 house members I. the gas tax now going to road I - -- -- -- -
chicanery." the head of the receiving party I signed to sponsor Bill Boni- : and) bridge bond retirement to I -

1. Water and Sewerage Bar associations the judiciary and here. The party. will, shortly after I fay's measure to continue the :.I, county school funds. .There is STEAMSHIP
.t 'tclt!' I I aarival, 11...!'hown over the city I 1"temporary" seventh cent of the every indication that this proposal! P&O Q.
2. BrMees. to complete KojuTt'o Main- honest individuals are working tirelesslyto ; and will then visit' tsan Carlos gasoline tax and shift the more has fallen on deaf ears. .In this UNITED STATES FAST

1\\ .' -"tan .I; ... 'A :rid society of this type of lawyer. But, bwldingarul 1 ; L>i-d; ho\vn the build than $2.000,000 annual income one situation the educators and 1 I J MAIL ROUTES FOR *
.J ing. There are a number of distinguished counties for school
therefrom to
t1 : sales taxers have the support of
the interview
as points out all such worthy '
,tre 1P personage ; inUpdmg of the PORT ,TAMPA-HAVANA-WEST INDIES
.. 1 3. rt.J I purposes! at the expense the bond block in going to the : a
1 e fi ti R+ \. i'otefs1.aD efforts are doomed to failure without aggressive men and women, both.Atnri, 'an state 'general revenue fund sales Effective March 18th, 1935
4, << Apartm apt,,. .1 .i"fri.! '" I aid Cuban in GenerafMaehado's .They} !saw! general fund and new !sources'\ of Leave Key West for; Jlayana Wednesdays' and' 'Saturdays!,
!'I I .' -f' ''HI... \I public support. Many people are > taxers were jubilant. .,, revenue for school needs. 12 %0 1. ,
5. thing Pavih n.e6.e party. *' the handwriting on the wall. . i : M. i i If
I inclined to be
amused by the unethical Leave Havana for XE.>y"Wfst Thursdays and Mondays.
: ,irport.s-LM4t.] 4,$ea.. '. I lawyer-they even so far as to admire They saw in it the forerunnerof The sale of liquor }licenses and i Leave Key West for Port Tampa Thursdays and Mon '-
go Motorboat Maria which was other heavy raids on the gen. an excise tax of 80 cents of $1 days, G:30 p. M.
.. 7. Consolidation of County and City the "cleverness"] with which he I eral fund.! .It may be that some
managesto seized last December by local cus- per gallon on liquor afford an op' Tickets Reservations and laforaaatloa at Ticket Office o* tie
.. Governments. circumvent the ends of justice. So longas toms officials was sold at auction effort will be made to "choke" it portunity to plug up one of the Dock. 'Phone 71
under an order off in the Finance and Taxat'onCommittee big holes about to be created i in
.,'"- this attitude obtains the shyster will I yesterday of which Harry J. H. COST 1 R. AI..ml.jorit .
from the treasury department in I the general revenue fund. .It i is 1
prosper-and the ethics of the legal profession Washington. The sale was held in Handler of Tampa, is chairman. I 1

TilE KEY WEST CITIZEN will suffer accordingly.The front of the customs house and :I -

.. law is the very life-blood of so the purchaser was Juan Carbonell,! Every substantial fund inroad brings on thegenl"ral the
who paid $175 for the boat. The I revenue
: WILL always seek! the truth and print i it ciety. Its honest administration is our i!I,i vessel is 36 feet long 10 feet wide sales tax advocates just that much

: without fear and without favor; never be main defense against medieval social] and is equipped! with a powerful' nearer their objective, a three percent be Hoodwinked
motor. Twice this vessel has been: levy against the approximately :
_' afraid to attack wrong or to applaud right; darkness. The crooked lawyer m.enaces officials.I $250.000,000 annual retail sales '

: always fight for progress; never be the organ us all-and his good offices (at high The captured lat seizure by customs was made off turn-over in Florida. .This would ACCEPTING IMITATIONS

or the mouthpiece of any person, clique price) on behalf of the most desperate Stock Island after it had been de-i. produce about $0.000,000 less!\ ad original
ministrative costs of about 2 or To get the Davit 100% Pore Paint
faction or class; always do its utmost for the criminals are carried on at the expense of tided she hid brought a number'' :1 percent.When ., Be sure to MADE IN BALTIMORE. rum nunTHEHRDAVlSCa

public welfare; never tolerate corruption or the entire public. of aliens and a lot of liqour. -- look. for Davit 100% Par Paint hM often.ken IIADC
imitate,but never duplicated. ..;:,.
injustice; denounce vice and praise virtue; Major George K. Brown U. s'l the Florida Henry Education Filer president Association of, i this Label Davi 100% Pun Paint conform. with =sew.==::

commend good done by indi'idual or organ BLOOD FOR FREEDOM Engineers, who has been in joined in support of the diversion all pure pint Law and u the only paint :=.--

: ization; tolerant of others' rights, views and of engineering activities in Key of the seventh cent of the gasoline !I aJU.-PU that Carrie a guarantee of purity. ==.::

opinions; print only news that will elevate When the time came for signing the West for the past 28 years has tax they played directly into the I _..PAINT look for this Guarantee on the Label-
received orders transferring him hands of the sales taxers. -'-
-: the reader constitution for the Philippine Islands I ...... ... .
and not contaminate ; never com- new Miami. He will W lurnnainnm with My hr Ant n from West to
...... _
AU ear proJucu are by w in B.ki.oes and oU branch" o..a. !?,
I' promise with principle.! in Manila a few weeks ago Gregorio leave here Sunday to assume Next fusion of the sales taxers
Perfecto, a delegate in the insular Houseof charge of the new offices. ; :will be the not inconsiderable number ! *<*** 1699 .BALTIMOREMD{

- Representatives insisted on affixing his i of members who want to see G. C. ROBERTS Corner Caroline and William Streets
Now the pink slips are thrown B.: all real estate removed from taxa
even W. F. Burns and son, W. i 1 1I I
signature with his own blood. Accord-
tion. .First in that direction
Sside. Heavens! Burns!, Jr., left for New York last I guns I
1 .. .. .
ingly a surgeon opened a vein in Delegate night on a business trip which I will be pointed against the - -- -

c Perfecto's arm to gratify his patriotic will keep them away from the state's levies on real !estate whichcan "11111111111:
Blue I T4.o
Just now it :seems that the Eagle without constitutional
be removed
whim. city for about one month. The ... .........0./......................................... .........s....
has good reasons for being blue. senior Burns is president of the amendment. .Only the one .
Later, in Washington President mill constitutional tax for school i
well-known Fabian Burns Corpora -
The line of least resistance-fishing Roosevelt signed the same document, but I tion of New York which is inter purposes! must be removed by constitutional
amendment. .Walter
elsewhere] than off the Florida] coast. with ordinary ink. But before becoming past ested few in Key weeks West.Mr. During Burns the has t Rose of Orlando has already introduced I We Invite You

operative, the new constitution must be identified himself closely with a resolution submittingsuch

fl* It's hard to convince some people that ratified by a vote of the Filipinos, which is Key West and the Florida Keys I an amendment. :

llor.esty i is t the best policy until] they etaught. considered a foregone conclusion. It is and on his retutn a month hence I Successful!" in-that- manuever, .1

probable that the new government for the will have to make an ,important that will mean announcement muchto the state's general fund will have To Drop In and See Our

.. islands will be set up before the end of the Key West and several of the been tapped for another 2000.
000 loss-a grand total of more o
People who Wait for more money to present year. If all goes well, the Philip I westerly Florida Keys. than $4,000.000 in only two as- k Complete Line i Of

begin saving accounts rarely have t\avin, r pines will have full independence by 1916. !saults.If : : .
accounts. Whether this will be a good thing for Editorial Comment: The Bible I I
says a fool and his money are :soon': the governor's demand for a
the Filipinos is a moot question. A serious parted, which makes business good' license
and $10 limit automobile
$5 Wine and
in several economic situation is seen in the fact that for the bootleggers j i will Liquor Sets
ij Only one person million is !I is agreed to-and it -I . : ,: :
'ers{ruck by ligHtnfhg'/of'wIth' an orig- they will lose their duty-free privilegesnow present school revenues will !!uf. 1
Quite a number of new ),ook fee'a'loss' of 750000. "-'This .
*al iJed.'f?; ,'t i T). illI i / aAnothert'paradox enjoyed with respect to most of their ( Cocktail Sets Hiiibaft :
.hare been received at the public. ,*I must.f:; t o tie made-up somehow,I :. ( es "l
,.. I. '1, exports to the United States. Another library. Practically of*the ZGreyj I:and sahM-taxers see iq this just . "; ,; :

1 is that jnany who danger is that the islands] removed from novels', are there'.as.' veil a: another peg in their favor. k Cordial Sets. ..
many of James! Oliver Curwood'.v I lJ.iiHe.t Se.ts'
insider> themselves great leaders will folwlhittle'golf the protection of this country, may be endangered Thomas Dixon's William JiLocke's Sales taxers joined with' reapportionment .

ballairday." '"-f' *' by aggression on the part of a and'Rudyard Kipling's.:' J fi advocates to cause a 'j. ie i

foreign power, especially Japan. t I $125.000 expenditure for a 1935 :

But if the Filipinos are willing to Next Thursday night aUI'd:I census which the last legislature
The Times-Union of the
speaks passing party will be given in the American : deemed unnecessary, failed to appropriate -I :
of bad crooks. The good crooks will take the risk involved in making the Legion Club House under the i t for as customary with I
Artistic Glass
Be coming along any time now. change that is their affair. During the auspices of the women of Key! sessions immediately preceedingthe i : Tableware Specialties ji

37 years in which they have been under West for the benefit of the census year.Whatever .
American Mission to Leper, Inc., .
Bandit Hamilton exclaims he does not American protection they have been a of 150 Fifth Afenue. New York.,I the appropriation that I Beverage Sets Tumblers \\

want to die. Neither did his victims and liability rather than an asset to Uncle - _. -- --- -- - ... .- l
--- -- - ---- ---
EC "'.:os they were innocent of any crime. Sam. l ll! Goblets Steins Shells

-* The biggest advertiser last year wasa I THE MONEY HOWEVER, IS GONE 1 1I Your I:S : Champagne Stems .Cocktail Stirrers

tobacco company, and lesser advertisers I OpportunityNow

should watch its smoke.-The Dallas I We see where a man has been I II I I

Morning New convicted in Milwaukee of using the mails: I
I is! the time to modernize'your home and
to defraud. He goes to prison, if the sentence ,:,
I .. to make ?uch improvements to your property may !I : 4 Electric Mixers Beverage Shakers
Horns may be banned in Rome and K not reversed, for fifteen years'butthis !, be needful or desirable before costs advance too : :

Key West, but the deleterious practice will does not return the 2,000.000 he i i3 much. ," .a ; 5' Also Other

KO on just the same. It happens in the alleged to have collected from suckers who,

Hest regulated communities. wanted to get rich quick. I. See tis about the U. S. Crovernmenf*"plan on I Household Necessities and Specialties .

Readers of The Citizen are fairly long term modernization loans. 0

Z That the make-up man of The Citizen familiar with what returns money will 1 : .

inserted an editorial that was dead and bring when invested whether in bonds or Enjoy the benefits while you pay. I :

Should not have been run, is also a "slip," in businesses. When a smart man comes
"Your home is of the best"South
{gut! a pink one at that. Was the editor's along to offer ten per cent every two weeksit The First National l Bank ot Key West !( worthy :.

face read? ought to be plain that, if he is so smart

-.. he wouldn't need other people's funds. He Member of the Federal Reserve Florida Contracting & Engineering Co. j

: If for any reason your name is ignored would have plenty of his own.
Member the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp!
m The Citizen please be advised that you The next time you hear of a scheme of . Phone 598 Wake and Elks Streets \

are in arrears to this paper for a period to get rich in a hurry without doing any YOUR. BANK :

longer than a year. Fair enough, said one work and without taking any risk be wise I .. I .s................... .:... .... .... .... ...........................;
:; ; ; ; ;
advertiser, who always pays promptly' for once and hold on to your cash. IIIIIIIIII/ '

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Anniversaries ANOTHERCHANCE PLAY IN U. S..I I.S5.S55SSSSSQ...........

SPORTSSOCIAL ..I..S........e a.a...... An adventurous nature fond of
I I II discovery or travel rules this day.
1778-William Hazlitt, English KEY WEST BALL PLAYER DANCE WILL BE GIVEN IN BASEBALL CLUB TO ARRIVE, ::I You are likely to open some new
essayist, born. Died Sept. 18, 1830. I

I lands, or advance some new line
American naval officer commanding of thought. Aggressive active and

__ the expedition which openedthe J full of resource! with great executive -

I, .........S..I.S...S.ISIII.I...S.SSSCI.... doors of Japan. born at Newport Wiljiam Cates, who has .....1 (By JOVE) Arrangements have bet'n.eom' -I ability you should guard
It. I. Died in New York,
LEAGUE ,playing with Brooklyn in the; The Veteran baseball nine will pleted with the United Stati immigration against a tendency to be a trifle
FLORIDA KEYS ;March 4, 1858.
OUR TRIP TO THE unscrupulous in the
means employed -
spring training games, and then I I come to Key West for two games ,I authorities for tho visit

PUTS ON THREE 180G-Leonidas Polk. the. Protestant later with the Gainesville club in:I on Ea'ter Sunday, Aprli 21, and !t of a Cuban baseball team to the to gain your end.

(Br JOVE) I Episcopal bishop who wasa the North Florida League, returned -I I a
GAMES TUESDAY] ....a..a.aS......II...SSI..S.SSIS.I..S.IIISS.S.. famed Confederate general bornat yesterday after being released : or on that night. "hon.1 I The team is due to arrive tomorrow
- --- - - - MADE
by the latter club. He RIOT 'PROOF
Raleigh N. C. Killed in battle I I The West baseball ,
the Key afternoon the Steamship
ovation following i on
One truck left th transfer corner great rendition .played with the recreation department
with the baseball players and I of each number. It June 14, 1864. in last night's Kame,1! I and the Hospitality Band takes I! Cuba from Havana and will I (Sly .,._t._. L',, .) _-

LIGHTHOUSE DOWNS EAST another with the Hospitality Band !' Mr. Morrison, in the name of anti during one of the this means of thanking each and at once" entrain for New Yiork; I I PARIS April 10.-.Even park

COAST; RECREATION BEATS about the same time. 7 o.d'k the veterans made a short speech 1827-Lew Wallace Union general received a telegram from. :Manager I every member of Camp No. 1 and I Players for whom the necessary CI benches may soon be. "disarmed"in
Sunday morning. We arrived at: thanking the Key West Administration diplomat, author of "Ben- Barnes> of the Sanfor} Baseballl!r Camp Xo. 3 for the courtesies and the French campaign against
bonds have been made> and' listed
ADMINISTRATION; GARAGE the ferry flip at No Name Key I It for sending the band and Hur, born at Brookesville Ind., club of the Central Florida favors shown them during their street rioting.Old .
ball club to furnish amusementand Died at Crawford'ville, Ind., Feb. to arriare: Anastacio San-f benche
t about 8:30 o'clock. There were League. I I stay there last Sunday. This also style g were of wood
TRIMS RECREATIONBy J I about 18 passenger cars and six : entertainment for them, which 15, I' 05. The cable> in part read: "Nan e I applies to P. Haug. Hunt and the taella. Martin Dinogo. Yoyo Diaz, and cast iron. In political rioting.

[trucks awaiting transportation proved to be much appreciated by your own terms.' if you want to I! mess! sergeants, Kelly and Finni- i: Pedro Lop :I. Alejandro Oma Luis these are easily broken up and
I across the water gap and the ferry -; the members of the veterans' 1829-William Booth founderand play on our club wire right'I gan of the camps, and several others i I Trant, Manuel Garcia. Francisco | used with d adlQ effect on police
( JOVE) I!I could not handle them all. : camps and the many other spec first general of the Salvation 'away." Cates wired his tt'rmat! too numerous to mention in :I II I Correa Fermain Valdez Roolfo! I and members oC opposing factions.

The Social Diadmondball League i I The captain suggested, in orderto !tators who had assembled for the Army, born in England. Died once. j!I.I this space. I I Fernandez. Lazaro Salazar and Paris municipal authorities are
played three frames yesterday. In accommodate everyone that the I occasion.Mr. there Aug. 20, 1912. He has the making of a great The> Key West baseball playersand I II I Cando Lopez. \ considering: the installation of

the afternoon, one contest was; players and members of the band Aguilar! responded, and stated I ball player and in a few years hel!I musicians appreciate every l 1 benches made entirely of steel so
played between the Florida East: get on the ship stating that he ; that the band and ball players 1835-Louise Chandler Moul- .will be seen in fast 'I I I I they can't be smashed.I .
would see to it that they would! were very glad to be with ton. author of popular juvenileverse
Coast ten and the Lighthouse Department -; --- -- - ----
get transportation to the bill II them and in the name of the Key and stories, born at Pom-
team. The Beacon boys''I grounds at Snake Creek. The drivers West Administration thanked fret Conn. Died in Boston, Aug.
captured the game 14 to 4. Gabriel Garcia and Cyril Griffin them all for the courtesies extended 10. 1908.

Leader at bat in this fracas was I; refused to leave the trucks during their stay at the amps. I company.FIRMS

Lewin, closely followed by Stick lout,ther, and as they were to i We were shown all the work 1847-Joseph Pulitzer, famed "
that had been done by the vets
: play the baU4lub, -we lost
wit'l publisher of the N. Y. World born
for the Lighthouse crew, and
nj-y, : .
thus far. two
t because They are building
' tw by, good-players/ I in Hungary. Died Oct. 29. 1911., ,
Ortiz forU.(( >e JlajTroad club... J i hadtt In the field Ortiz, Roberta and .: Key West. I' boats to load and unload freight. ,j
played} /U :' -M' 9::33$'ciocI' 'e left the slip a warehouse is being built, and 1850-Fanny Davenport, noted t
JJchoneck a good gatne actress of her day born in

1'and started for the other end, ;about one mile has been staked fZZWho
Rush To Give
You Service-Patronize Them'
| Score, by innings i : R. H., E. :there being Seventeen passenger I II off where the bridge is to be built. land. Died at. South Duxbury, :
F. 001 459 : Mass. .Sept. 26, 1898.eeoeo :
R C. 100 200- I cars and four trucks on the ferry. I Around the camps we found everything "
,. 503 132 OOx 14 12 81 neat and clean in first class
Light. As soon as the boat left, Peter .
*******e* **e -
Batteries: Head. Roberts, Stick- .1'Castro Bethel, Barroso and Saunders -: ::anitary condition with about 60 I

ney and Demeritt; Smith and Rus- started playing cards, with : huts having been built, a mess Today In Historyaeeeeeeeeeeeeeesoooeeeee I DO YOU BARBECUED HEADQUARTERS FOR

sell. I Lucilo, Gopher and a few others hall, recreation hall, fire plugs, I SANDWICHESPrepared I THIS SPACE:
Summary: Home run: R. Al- starting another card game a : sanitary outhouses and many oth- MARINE CURIOS I
the OldFashionedway
bury; three base hits: Cerezo, F. i short time thereafter passing the i er improvements.We 1790-First Patent Act enacted;i NEED MONEY? with all the SOUVENIRS
Stickney. Ortiz; two base hits:,. time away in this manner. j I extend
Roberts Lewin. Stanley; stolen I I Two-by-four Higgs was playingthe I ly. King. Ray, Malvehill, Licata, I SANDWICHES of all kind. Fishing Tackle, Kodaks 12 Insertions
bases: Dion 2, Demeritt, Stickney guitar in one corner, and E. I Captain Albury, Sergeants Kelly 1841-First issue of Horace We buy anything in OLD
Robert Russell; sacrifice hit:I I Sanchez was singing and due to ;: and Finnigan, Griffin Glaze- Greeley's N. Y. Tribune. GOLD-Watches, Chains, lOc TO 35c and Films

Williams; struck out: by Head 4; I the fact that they were so hungry I brook Williams. Russell. Roberts. COLD BEER Diamonds, Watches and
Pins and Dental
bases on balls: off Head 2. off neither could hardly be heard. !! Captain Booty Roberts, Maloney, 1845-Great Pittsburgh fire Rings Jewelry / PER MONTH
Smith 1; time of game: 1:30; umpire I Joe Hale, Salinero. Baker, Alberto -''I Mickey\ Parrott members of the took toll of 1,000 houses.1866American Bridge Work. Wine, Social Etc.
Watch and f
and all others for
National Guard
: Mixon. :I Acevedo Gopher, H. Castro PAY US A VISIT
and Rueda were playing with an I. the great reception accorded us the Florida Gold Refiners Repairing
!I Society for I "We Greet You With a Smile"ART'S
At night the Recreation Department empty plate. They got so hungry during our pleasant and enjoyablestay Prevention of Cruelty to Animals
doubleheader. they even got consolation by looking -: at the camps. FRANK JOHNSONColonial 3.00
played a I I organized in New York. 604 Duval St. Phone 347 BAR.B.QUE
In the first game they defeatedthe I I at the plate. I II I .
Administration boys by the i I Foster Gomez was running all'! DIAMONDBALLGAME 1933-Michigan the first state U. S. Govt. Permit Division-NO and FUES-Simonton Sts. Hotel BId,.

score of 17 to 8. It was a real over the ship with a camera in his -
to ratify repeal of 18th Amend
hitting spree for both clubs. I hand with Cheta Baker followinghim
. Lopez hit a single, double and a :I all around in an endeavor to : TONIGHT ment. SELECT SEA FOODS -READ- HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE

triple in four times at bat. Mat- ; have his picture taken. Joe Hale INSURANCEOffice
Jewfish 2 H .. ___ 35 1934-Dr. Wirt of Ind. > I
thews hit three singles in four walked up to me and said: "Peter, t -- Gary. ,
Yellowtail Steak, 2 Ib. 35c THE KEY WEST
tries. Adams hit a single in his I am so hungry that I can feel my ATHLETICS tells! congress about famcus"Brain
.... : ". t BUSY BEE AND Trust" dinner. Yellowtail on Bone 2 Ibs. 25c
only time atTbat. stomach resting against my spine. : 319 Duval Street
2 ., 25e
Grouper Ibs.
In the field, the leaders were Gus Ayala left the crowd on the : TO BE SEEN AT BAY- 5.5.S.SSSa............n.. Snapper,, 2 Ibs. ..._ _-_ 25c SUNDAY STAR
Varela and Clements for the Recreation ferry, and all of his time was taken -
VIEW PARK Mutton 2 Ib 25c
boys and Hale and Barker up I by an unknown brunette.Maximo t CLASSIFIEDCOLUMN TELEPHONE NO. 1 [
for the Ofire.boys.. had on a loud blue shirt Large Select Oyster
__ 1 Subscription $2 Per Year
Score by inrvnigs: It. t..1 and pink tie. He was trying to I JOV'Z FRESH SHRIMP Try Y..r MeU At
Adm. .. 100 103 38 13 6 sheik some of the girls on the fer- (By ) GROUND GREEN West' -THE-
Cey Only
17 11 7 Ubieta tried to playa I There will be a diamondball Sunday
006 038
Rec. x- rye Mickey ,! at the Bayview Park tonight. .5.5......---.. ........ TURTLE MEAT Paper Ddmonico RestamrmtBvdveiMr
Batteries: Roberts. Adams and mouth organ with his nose. game
Cooper; Gonzalez and Fernandez. Charles Miller was crying all ;: The Busy! Bees will play the Athletics INSTRUCTIONS Kingfuh Mackerel Business Office Citizen PORTERALLENCOMPANY Beer ........ lie

Summary: Errors: McKinley 4,1 the way over on the ferry. He I i and the batteries will be FREE PROMPT DELIVERY Six Court Dinner, ......
Matthews 2. Larsen 2, Hjort; bated to leave Key West and the : Gates and Acevedo for the Bakers PIANO-Thorough individual in. Building
Gates. Maximo.\ Bailey, E. Roberts girls. Frank Caraballo acted as! and Ward and Lewis for the struction. Special courses! for LOWE FISH COMPANYPHONE PHONE 5113k __________ 504 75c, mad SS.

three base hit: Lopez two waiter for the band., and ball play- Athletics. young beginners. Chas. Rob 151 ,
base hits: Lopez, McKinley, Hale, 'era. Charlie Russell stood in the Manager Brady predicts another erts Studio 613 Margaret P
Cooper stolen bases! : Clements 2.lIal" middle of the dining room with victory for his crew as he has had Street apr3-5-8-10x DELICIOUSCAKES
McKinley; struck out: Roberts his hands full of knives and forks, them hustling and he means busi- IT WILL SURPRISE YOU AMERICAN COFFEENow
0. Adams 4. Gonzalez 0; ba'eson and yelled out, "these! ball playersare ness.On ROOMS. To see the PRETTY GIFTS Offered in 3 Grades,
balls: Roberts 3. Adams 1, Gonzalez setting me crazy." Joe Roberts the other hand :Manager and NOVELTIES at
1 1; hits: off Roberts 3 in 4 acted as dishwasher. Ansel J 1 Brantley of the Bakers, claims "THE MUNRO"-Rooms unexcelled STAR, tb 25c;

innings; time of game: 1:15; umpires Albury, the cook said that he that he will win this game, and tie in price and location. . THOMPSON'S'' FREE LARGO, tt 18c;
I I 128 NE 4th Street Miami Fla.
the Funeral Homers for the first ,
: Mixon and Bethel.In t hoped this crowd does not come on ISc.
apr4.lOtxPJA1'lO MARINE MUSEUM V. & S., Ib
the ferry too often. position and come back Mondayand i%.-i-5'

the second game of the night Ramirez Gomez, H. Barroso! and go into the lead of the second TUNING 324 Margaret Stre.t Buy It At Your Local

doubleheader the Garage ten defeated Ayala were crying at 10 o'clock, half. OVERSEASTransportation Things that your friend. will Grocery Store
the Recreation boys"by-a jbeeausf l hey wej\ not allowed to PIANO TUNER, Laureano Mo.reno. Co., Inc. appreciate. Come in, and,.ee .' .
01o4 score. The game staffed' out eat "twice. The girls wanted to I I ARMY TEN TO PLAY Excellent piano for sale them. Roastedin. Key West'bySTAR t f
with the Recreation boys scoring: ko,| if this crowd was going to' cheap. 1018 Division street,. ,, FAST and RELIABLEDAILY Your next Lobster'Crab'Dinner MILL
tvt icj on',a vd
Cat(.!!! and.a! snlgl by iftithe'vrvHwo" . reasons for believing it,'F. E. C. CLUB TODAY I I _'and. Pastries are always fresh! AH Information it is baked and served in our -51*Greene Street,
runs! were scored. But the because> their ever' action showed RENT f &, f
.} i iJt. I FOR Maloney Peacock PHONE 269-M Giant Scallop or Heart S aShells. Phone as&:\ I!n'
Mechanics I eanaebck 'and.seore) .. \ ". I PHONE
four runs on "tDtir-fcrrors. a-Vtkl *At 1:45 o'clock ihe ferry reach'I l (By JOVE) BICYCLES-WE RENT by the I JAS. D. BAILEY. Agent I

pitch and a double by Griffin. The I I ed the other side, with the bandplaying ;:. The Army ten of the Social Hour, Day or Week. Repairall -
score stood four to two until the a selection and when the Diamondball League will meet the makes and paint them with

third frame when the Recreation I I boat docked Polly lluau was thereto F. E. C. club of the same league Nu-Enamel. We carry a full DINE AT THE Birds Animals Fish PRITCHARD ROSES'FLORAL
boys scored two more on singles greet' us with a delegation of this afternoon at the Army Bar supply of parts. Agent for the

by \\Vintraub, Cates. Matthews veterans. We got aboard three racks. Rollfast and Dayton Bicycles. PLAZA RESTAURANTI MOUNTED
and a double by Lopez, and the trucks and within short order we ,I Tomorrow afternoon the Administration And sell them as low as $5.00 FUNERAL HOME PIECES A

score was tied. were headed for the ball field.! On 1 outfit will tackle the down and $1.00 per week. We CECIL GRAYTAXIDERMIST
In the sixth the Garage ten won arrival at the> "rounds, we were loop-leading' Army aggregation. In Buy and Sell all makes of used f you are accustomed to Dignified Sympathetic SPECIALTY
the game. On two doubles and taken to the recreation hall by the night at Bayview Park, the Bicycles. Phone 276. J. R. dining at home, you will find
three singles they scored four tal none other than Marvin Griffin. Lgihthouse boys will play the Stowers company. 515 Duval I THE PLAZA a novel and enjoyable C..rt.iy PLANTS and VINES

deputy sheriff. : Garage ten. I I street apr9-tf .zperkncs.
lies.The leaders at bat were Two good games were played j On Friday afternoon the Florida EMBALMERAmb..c.
who hit a double and two Ca.ttS'1 i with approximately 500 !spectatorsfrom !: East! Coast will tackle the Garage BREAKFAST : Fine Work At a Reason. LICENSED SOUTH FLORIDA

and Griffin and Lopez, I nearby sections in attend I I bunch and on Saturday afternoon !
doubles in three times at bat. ance. At 5:30 o'clock the trumpet 'I' the Recreation Departmentten LUNCHEON I able Price Serrlc

In the field, Cates. Clemerts, call was heard and Polly :said will meet the Administration A ROAD HOG SUPPER NURSERYPHONE

Gabriel and S. Caraballo starred.1 that it meant chow was ready to I i outfit. 624 Front Street LADY ATTENDANT

Score by innings: R. II. E. be served and we ate to our, RUNS BY PLAZA RESTAURANT.
Rec. 202 000 0- 4 10 71 heart's content Then we were taken BENJAMIN LOPEZ 597
I r 60S Dual Street KEY WEST FLA. Pho. 548 N.r.r SUe?
Garage 400 004 x- 8 8 oj to the showers" and Rueda refused FUNERAL HOME ,
Batteries: Weintraub and Wa1J J I to get under saying that it Established 49 Years -

lace Gonzalez; Jolly and Castro. was too cold while Gopher* said I Key West's Oldest AARON McCONNELL is Wrapped .
Matthews 3, it not Saturday. and he did Our Reputation JOHNC.PARK
Summary: Errors: was I 24-Hour Ambula.e. Service S36 Fleming StreetWATCHMAKER. ,
Weintraub 2, Varela. Lopez; two not see why he should take any LJcenaed Embalmer in Yery package

base hits: Griffin 2, Lopez 2, bath at that time as that* '"wonld, I Pnon. 138 Nl.nt 896-W
Cates, Castro, Wells; stolen bases: be off of schedule." of 328 SIMONTON ST.
Lewis.! 011), Griffin; sacrificehits Tents were erected for our accommodation "
: Clements; struck out: by and we were all.l PfratesCoveFisbingCampPirates '. Watch ) PRINTINGDONE

Weintraub, by Jolly 2; bases on well provided for with courteyshown Doet.r PLUMBINGDURO
balls: off Weintraub 1, off Jolly on every hand. C* *. Florida BY US

2; time of game: 1:10; umpir.es: j The veterans went wild over: 20 Miles From Key West on
Mixon i the selections rendered .by the I C TSJUCO SUJTIOMM. 5 OO HffOirn
and Bethel. ; the Overseas Highway __ JEWELE -THEARTMAN -
and they compelled to
band were
I A rood basinets man sect thai AND ENGRAVER PUMPS
,number of times, with)
Standbjj of the league: respond! a PRESS
II his Printed Forms of i
FINE See Him For Your Next Work
FeLl!I from the "britige SUPPLIES
Club- W. L. |loud applause quality he's not ashamed of. PLUMBING
Army ... ... ....... 4 0 1.000 i builders" in very instance. I First Class Accommodation ALL PRICES REDUCED Citizen Bldg.PHONE .

Garage ...................... 4 1 .800 I Gus Ayala entertained the Write or Telephone for W. solicit OB &d< QUALITY, Horns 9 to 12-1 U 6 51 PHONE 348 f
Administration ._._.._ 3 3 .500 crowd with a cornet solo and M. Reservations I PRICE and SERVICE basis.

Lighthouse ......... ...... 2 3 .400 Jel Woods with a saxaphone' se- Rates $5.00 to $7.00 Per Day i THE ARTMAN PRESS Open Saturday Nights
Recreation ...__....... 2 4 .333 i lection both of whom responded America Plan 11 I 1
F. E. C. ....._...........I 4 .200 with encores as a result of' the /" THE: CITIZEN BLDCL

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r" "VAGE FOUR iii I : KEY ::::: t WEDNESDAY, APRIL 10, 1935. I

.........................*..................... .s..sssssss.sslls..ss.* MEETING KEY WEST


I ft PASADENA. Calif. Ordered

I } 6t//Ha u&4JewFvtttAAt, I| I x: : SOCIETY : : I II ......ss.s..ss.ssssssssi t t e High meeting School Alumni of the Key Association West 1 i to ":;tick 'em up," W. -L. Martin

I .............................................. Jack Matthews, who was spend S '" will be held Thursday night at 8,i of this city put up his only arm
STXOPSIS} Jamet Sfmo, III.it Miss Julia asked herself these I .1 ing a few days in Miami, returned tonK1D.WAITe o'clock in the High School build- and the bandits let him go without -

t".not* to only Judgt tkt Uolcomb.paragon of i.att tcho vtr-. questions a hundred times daily and Lodge Officer Holding Rehearsals yesterday.Mrs. : robbing him.

law offlet James work, but one of discussed them endlessly with her To Visit Here For Oratorio 1 ing.All members
tkt mot dettrablt eatcktt in New Intimates.Jane for the moment gaveno I Joseph Williams, who was. Okla are requested to
,Concord. Kc. T*. Judpt it talia int) be present. A SoutheiSi California inventorhas
car of Jamtf' law career; fJit sign.Wherever. spending a while with
Concord women are trj/tiff tomarry Jane was there was always The national president of the Rehearsals for the beautiful Miami returned yesterday. I The most effective support for HOLLON R. BERVALDI, developed a machine which
klm. But to James,.. wraith it Aaa JantXortkmp. left certain to be movement and excitement Patriotic Daughters of America is oratoria which is to be sung at a city is organized suPport President K.V.. High School sift and cleans an acre and a

tkt houtt of Uht llami feeliMy She: liked Life spelt with a scheduled to arrive in Key West Bayview Park on the afternoon Victor Larsen returned yesterday -\ The difference between Alumni. half of beach sand to a depth! of

obit to it a lid drunkard.: IAC: world.: Lttltttfatker capital and expended a boundless energy tomorrow for an official visit to of Easter Sunday, April 21, are from, imj where he had' success MISS ELIZA GARDNER, three inches in an hour and twenty
in keeping herself from being and failure in making, a _bet-t Secretary. 0-It
i the local camp according anbeing held regularly and progress been spending a few days. I II II IS. apri minutes.
Chapter 15 dulL nouncement made today. is very' gratifying to those in **'"" "**S r--I' ', I J jttr city and in making better I III
Jane's two years in Boston and one I / : 'business i is the difference be'- Subscribe to The Citizen.BumsteadsWormSynip. MONROE5THEATER
ONLY HEARTBREAK It was also i stated that there charge. : Mrs.yMaria anch.ez. and son
year in Europe had made New Con I II teen organization on one hand I
In the midst of deliver- will be a practice meeting of the The oratoria will be Gaul'sorder lef C' .
was Eugene, steirfay; ,,afternoon1
JAMES cord seen. Insufferably provincialand I : j and lack of it the other. Jean Muir-Ricardo i Cortez in
assembled held at the hall to "The City" and will be on
speech before the insignificant in her heart of tonight Holy sung I for \visitwith relatives; and I
with Leslie make for entertain- choir of 50 voices. These ""** I Too often business men do not I
Congress and Senate, hearts she was certain that she was preparations a friends i iiMia.ini_ I : Carlisle-Fred
looking proudly down from the visitor's destined for far bigger things than a ing the visiting official upon arri- voices are being trained by Miss !understand and appreciate the **T. rUldma s D of merry." TVliore Mary McMurray I
''Int value of organized cooperation. .tr.ri..... an 'oil..-.. IT NKVK.HrAIU -inGRAND -
which the .
gallery (a speech commonplace existence In a country val here. Edna Smith, who directed the Mrs. Stephen Douglass *. I>rai>U enmity and raormMM

rests" had not only offered him a town but she was clever enough to All members of the ladies camp presentation of the Pirates 'ol yesterday afternoon for MiamilI t Cities that want to keep their emit steed.f slit KA TUSIN.:r.."..' ....ft.c.contain told .,full rry.doM.bectr J OLD GIRL 1
cool hundred thousand not to make keep such thoughts to herself and and also members of the Patriotic Penzance. All were present at I( where she will attend the convention proper place in the March of b. nuiU. Me a bottle. Matinee: Balcony, lOc; Orches I

but had threatened bloodthirstily to make the best of what she had. Sons are requested to be pres- the rehearsal held in Harris of Florida Chapters of the!I Progress and Development must ... C. A. Imbee*. M. u. I'b.ud.l.Ll. ira. 15-20e; Night. lS25c41Mt1

"get him" If persisted In) and had At the turn of the century in New ent. School last night and the showing I Order Eastern Star I I keep awake.HflME .
Just moved his vast audience to Concord girls who left home and en- was excellent. CITY BOOSTERS ALWAYS
thunderous cheers when he was tered the business or professional I I HAVE THE SAME OBJECT
At the Sunrise Service there I
earth School Miss Maria Sotolonjjo who was
down to by High : ,
brought abruptly world unless driven to it by financial '. IN VIEW, AND THAT IS
will be number of ministers
of his divinity a arrival the Cuba'
the sight of the father almost unheardof. an on Steamship
necessity were
heard and the and
making uncertain progress up the Jane had never even thought of hymns Monday from Havana and while
Itreet in his direction. any career except matrimony.Therefore anthems will be sung by a vested t.visiting with friends missed connections -' BIGGER
: It was Saturday night and John An important business meeting choir of 50 voices boys and girls. AND BUSIER CITY. | '
.she must marry and marry with the train, left yesterday _. .. I ) I I
celebrated or the West School
Harris always Key High
Jane was no flirt as was so often t to spend a while in Miami.
Of the week's work by going; on a claimed.and not altogether unjustly.of Alumni Association will be held states that it is important that ERS HAVE TilE SUPPORT 010'TIlE L

glorious Ip:ee. Leslie Harris. When she had been Thursday night at 8 o'clock in the all members be present at this I Dr. and Mrs. Armando Cobo ENTIRE CITIZENSHIP!

Kansas was a dry state. of course. home a few moi.tbs she told herself school building. I meeting as plans for the coming and daughter Consuclo left THERE IS LITTLE QUESTION I ICE '

but that was a minor Irritation when that it was time to think seriously of President Hollon R. Bcrvaldi banquet will be discussed. afternoon for Miami where yesterday ABOUT TilE GROWTH OF THE: 1 U S E
{Qne'a town was so fortunately located her future.It CITY. TilE ONLY QUESTION
the doctor will attend clinic to
I a
walk the - --- -
that a short across -
was after looking the groundover COULD BE "HOW FAST WILL!
brought one to a more enlightened be held by the Florida State Den-
bridge thoroughly and considering 'IT GROW?" I IT'S PURER!

community where a man's matters from every possible angle Ti ti1Agiuciat1.d ,Aa V D r LASTSXONGER.! b Pf)1 ,
t )
Uberty was not interfered with. that Jane came to agree with the [r rSWEAIHER : .J !
J James waited In the shadows until good ladles of New Concord that she Mrs.: Louise; Tencke, official i The electro-chemical impulses I 't& '

John ''had passed him and then and f he alon .tn. the town was emi f&UutfI1)J1tt<< I Ct he2Ici'liitinaliw4..e.L..Dode by which nerves carry messages! I\ ICEREFRIGERATORS '
turned and followed him. keeping nentlyfitted tojuake the ideal wife totfie cusat.r-.wJsii.-.was from one part of the body to
'of sight as much: as possible! nn- Temperature : high along the northern"or.Uo ,/pC. another have been found to travel ,.
Ul out John presently lost heart and sat for a rising,.young politician with Highest '_ .. __.. .. _-__ ......___..84 the country, and fromtbe,, SLake guest' of Judge Jefferson B. at the rate of 400 feet a second. t.Q1L1: L I II

iowp 'on the curb and began an ora- unusual Whether talents.she or not In Lowe _...__.............. .................68 | region, southward over the,South_- Bro<-"i'ii' at,his Airway' apartments, k 4wjth'tWATER COOLERI, f1P.YiUIL'tI'

ifpn'to{ a staid lamp post. which he love with James was Stimson.was Jane was Mean. _...._._...._ ......___...--....-... ....76 ,j i Atlantic and East Gulf States. Jeft''ye'sterday; afterrio'o'h for her t

evidently'thought' lonely and in need not yet positive herself. Certainly Normal Mean .._-_.___.......___________.75 Helena. Mont.. 30.46 inches: and home in Miami. '.w.s ti -They're* Economical

of entertainment. there was no one else. But there was Rainfall j I Sault Ste. Marie, Mich.: 30.32 in- Preston Foster-Lila Lee in I'
"I amthy fathers spirit.Doomed 1 no hurry about deciding. She and 'esterday's Precipitation .0 Ins.:! ches. Rain and snow has !occurred Mrs. Henry Saunders secretaryto THE PEOPLE'S ENEMY (lu 100 Per Cent Refrigeration

the for night.a certain I term to walk James were barely enty-three. Normal //Precipitation.... .03 Ins. j| during the last 24 hours in the M. E. Gilfond, acting Florida lrPALACE Claire Dodd-Alice White in I 'i9 Satisfaction k I'I'U
K.; R. Administrator who the
Fill the foul crimes done In my days ThU record rtucr. :..-.r pined'i northern Plains States and in por-
Ar. of burnt nature and purg'd away. But JANE fcr all her boasted common ....Unit mt M orlork u... ._.r.l.g.Tomorrows ;i I tions of the Rocky Mountain and I guest in Miami of'her brother-in-, SECRETS OF THE CHATEAU U I Priced atJ

that I am forbid J sense was yet young enough to Almanac I I Plateau regions, rain in portions I law and'sister, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Matinee: 10-15c; Night: 15-2Sc

To tell house.the secrets of my prison- believe that there was some alchemyin Sun rises m................. 6:08 a. m. of the central Plains States nod Hood returned yesterday. I 3O 35

I could a tale uofolJ whose lightest the very dreaming of dreams that Sunsets m................... 6:4tS p. m. I l middle Mississippi Valley. and alId

Would word barrow up thy soul freeze made them come true. She spent Moon rises __ .__..........12:50 p. m. from the upper Ohio Valley ea!'tI Mrs. I. N. Meltzer was an arri-I KEY WESTCOLONIAL

thy young blood." many a halcyon hour that spring and Moon. sets ..._..........-.. 1:47 a. m. I I ward to the Atlantic coast, and it val yesterday from Miami to join! HOTEL 1t i EASY TFUMS-10 DAYS *
declaimed Mr. Harris while James building her castles in
early summer
her Curtis who has been
son ,
Tomorrow' Tide i was sleeting this morning at Bps- H FREE TRIALTHOMPSON'S
the background
in :
hovered uneasily Spain. visiting his grandmother, Mrs.i I
perplexed as to his next move. From the age of sixteen Jane had A.M. P.M. ton. Mass. Temperatures have fal-I ;I In the Center of the Businessand ,
He was afraid to leave the orator longed secretly to have a "salon" in High .................. 2:22 3.02 len in the southern Rocky Charles Curtis at the home at I Theater District ii JI ICE CO "

alone and he knew from experience Paris. And it the Judge was right Low ......._........_... 8:54 9:12: ,, tain and Plateau regions with I Caroline and Simonton ,streets. INC \
that before long Leslie would come and his protege the wonder he Barometer at 8 a. m. today: freezing southward over Coloradoand ( First Cla..-Fireproof- 1''L!' Ii I IC Ii2

seeking him. Not to save his soul claimed an ambassadorship was not Sea level, 30.04. I readings are still below nor Mrs. Charles J. Peacock and Sensible Rates Phone No. 8 ',

from all the: horrors John was picturing utterly out of the picture.: would be I mal throughout most of the South ji j grand daughter Miss Virginia Lee I

so eloquently would James have easy to love an ambassador. .. evena x Lowest Highest : Atlantic Stateshile; warmer' Peacock, who were spending a I COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEl

let the girl know that he was witnessto future ambassador.... StationLast Night Yesterday\ I weather prevails: from the Gulf II | while in Key West with relatives,

her shame. James.who seemed the most likely Abilene .........._ 60 86 States northward over the Mis-: left yesterday afternoon for the Garage Elevator

In a short time he saw: her coming candidate, became more and more Atlanta ............ 42 52 I sippi Valley and Lake region.G. home in Coconut Grove. Price

wittly along. hatless and looking glamorous in Jane's eyes. Her Boston ..._....... 32 36 S. KENNEDY. Popular I
like an angel in her little white dress. dreams became less selfish. She Buffalo ......._.. 38 46 I Official in Charge. I Mrs. S. D. W. Light, Mrs. Sam - .
calling softly so the neighbors might longed quite honestly to help James - -
I Filer and Mrs. Charlie Crietman,!
Charleston ....,... 50 66
not hear. -Father. Father. 'and to further his career in every ... ..
James dodged'behind a bush and 'I' .nnasihla manner Chicago _......_. 38 42 : who were spending several days!

presently Leslie came to her father --And;;; -she-was- -very certain that she Denver;' .........._.. 30 48 |II'Today's O.iild; 1 !in Key West with relatives and

and coaxed him gently to his feet could. Hadn't she read of dozens of Detroit ..._.....__ 32 48 j friends, left yesterday afternoonfor

and got him started homeward some- famoas men who asserted that their Galveston .......... 70 72 ''eeeeeeeeeeeeeeoeetcee*** lfjami.Irs.! Light an
how. James. from his hiding place wives had "made" them? It was an Havana ............ 74 I' Frances Perkins of New York Filer were guests of Mr. and :\ ....

could see the tears on her cheeks enticing allure. Huron __......._... 34 44'' Secretary of Labor born in Boston B. D. Trevor and Mrs. Crio i tman

and hear tiu sob in her voice but James. to be sure was far from Jacksonville ...... 54 70 : 53 years ago. was the guest of Dr. and Mrs. II. I s 171

found never a scolding! or comrlain measuring up to Jane's ideal. He Kansas City..... 44 48 I. C. Galey.
lug note there-only heartbreak. lacked altogether that grand manner
KEY WEST u.. 68 81 Governor Wilbur L. Cross of paevuye
Young Mr. Stimson continued his which had been his grand ,
Little Rock: ...._. 50 52 Connecticut born at Mansfield, IMMIGRANTS STILL
Journey home cursing saloon keeper father's lacked self-assurance,
*. cursing brewers cursing laws. lacked indeed most of the things that Los Angeles ....0. 48 60 I Conn., 73 years a&o.! ENTERING PARAGUAY WITH GAS FO
Louisville ..... .. 44 48 _
weak ""
cursing politicians: cursing Jane bad once: thought indispens
minded drunken fools who broke able. Miami _..,--no...... 60 80 I' Robert Hunter of Santa Barbara .

their daughters' hearts. But James was . well. . adapt Minneapolis .._... 38 :54 Cal sociologist, born at Hy As..nIsted! Pre )

,Just wait till he was a little older able. lie could be polished and New Orleans .... C2 68 I Terre Haute, Intl., 61 years ago. ASUNCION. Paraguay, April 10.

and got Into politics! He'd make smoothed and groomed . by the New York ........ 38 4G I -Although Paraguay is living un- >

them all sit up and take notice the right woman. Yes. she would marry Pensacola .......... 56 62 I Henry P. Fletcher of Pa., chair. der war conditions, a trickle of I

dirty skates! Before James slept him. With all the ardor of a convertto 'Pittsburgh ___.' .. 40 48 man of the Republican' Nat'l. immigrants continues to arrive in j

that night nut only Kansas and Mis- a new faith Jane longed to begin Salt Lake City. 34 42 Committee born at Greencastle, this inland country. I I
bun were bone dry but the nationas making over James. San Francisco .. 50 CO

well. thanks largely to the bitterly And then . and then . to be Seattle ....._..._.... 40 60 Pa., 62 years ago. Several hundred White Russians'

opposed and frequently misunderstood dropped so abruptly and unceremo- Tampa ._............ 56 76 have taken up farm land recently
efforts of Mr. James Brewster John D. Hertz of New York
niously for Leslie Harris! With all ,
...... 44 ,
Washington! 40 and a river boat brought 58 Span-
Stimson 111. the town looking on. prying. snooping City, banker, founder of Chicago'sYellow H.
...... 34 42 :
John Harris was the reformed conjecturing . and watchingher Williston Cab, born in Czecholo l ish and Polish farmers recently.The .

(and grateful) owner of the Daily like a hawk! It was hardly to be vakia 56 years ago. Paraguayan government enCourages -
'Gfob .' irs. Harris had given sewn WEATHER FORECAST I'
up borne.
the entry of farmers by
) ; pod 1 lived a life of elegant' leisure James would have been horrifiedand 1J Charles P. Oliviei.o; ,.6'i the, I exempting them'.-'froffr( 'mUitaryFAST1' 1 I
(Till 8 p. m., Thursday) :, ; -- ,
Inhe'r. : renovated: cottage. aghast if he had realized for a I lnivers of Pennsylvania, ii1.s 5i5i4JD.to. r I
And' L.cslie1 her blue eyes swimming moment that he had given Jane Key West and Vicinity: Fair astronomer| ,. born at, Char1* io ] ,, ..ii.. ., 1.TTf'I I I : .
with happy tears. Leslie the Northrup any reason to think that he tonight, Thursday partly cloudy; tt..ei
ville, Va., 51 years .. __ '
unattainable, the pearl among'wo wanted to marry her. lie was as yet .:.......:.::.:ago._ ; FREIGHT: 'SERVICE "i. !c .''f. '" ; ;
tuen.l had come lose to him. and Impulsively in. to 'bt' : : ( I '
no position marry anyone. rO '
: :: ,
rl'v' "f.i . . Umti li u.
holding out both hands., But aided and abetted by her "' 0" ; nGef4.ge.Arli jfanjed .- : r' I dlk.
I 07 tt I .
'was saying tremblingly. "We owe It mother Jane always took it fox iI I years' ago. NEVFYORK ) t ' .f I' I. a ( J
all to Jimmy dear. If I can ever who ( ttna 'U
you. granted that any young man I y. George W. Russell ("A. E. :
. .
repay you came more than occasionally to the fOR
\ I I famed Irish writer and painter, ; YOUR OLD STOVEBreakfast
house er took her out was In love and BOSTONFrom -
born 68 .
npHEKK: was more. much more andevt'n with her. The most casual compliments I years ago.INHERITED I

1 sweeter. . It was dawn repeated to Mrs Northrup West alternate ready in a jiffy . no waiting on the coffee-

and the birds were singing! before he were assumed as declarations of an. I ktJJ I II I TITLE From Key New York alternate Frida"1 because the quick, sure //speed of gas starts it "perking"
dropped into bappyslumber.To Jane undying
passion. BECOMES HANDICAPBy days right away. It is ready as 'black as you like it, by the
Northrup and her wealth of charmsor Twenty years later even the most I I
of her amazing desirability as a lukewarm former admirers no mat From- Botton alternate Saturday! time eggs are scrambled and toast made.

wife he never gave a thought. There ter how happily married. would be Fair I ( Auorlalrri:.. l'ne.a AIM NEW ORLEANS t. KEY WEST! Instant heat . perfectly controlled . gives modern
was room In his heart at present only spoken of in the bosom of the North I I not much change in temperature; I LOTDON, April 10.-paddy I.
I . .. cooking-with-gas advantage which other
4 ArriveKey an no cooking
AHeraate We* y
for one small yellow-haired girl. rup family as "poor" Tom or Harry Rowley, former New Zealand sheep
moderate easterly winds. West ....... ear f.U.wl... I,
Why in the world should he bother 1 or Dick. rancher who has just succeeded method can offer. You have finger-tip control of not .. "

with Jane?Or for that matter why In 1 But now. with the entire town ring Florida: Partly showers cloudy in tonightand north- his uncle as the'seventh Baron CLYDEMALLQRYC. one, two or three speeds-but of literally a thousand! ,..
the world should Jane bother with ing with tales of James' open Infatuation 1 Thursday; Langford believes that his title ina I I
him? What had they to do with each for Leslie Harris it was a little west portion Thursday; somewhat handicap in finding a job. C. E. 8MITII. A.e..., You can always have exactly the heats you' want, simply
other. anyway? hard for even Mrs.Northrup to go on warmer in northwest portion tonight We.tCROSSED by turning a valve.
Paddy sold his ranch at the b.< Key I .
S C S S C S C saying: "poor James" convincingly. and in north portion Thurs. II
ginning of the war for $90,000 to
Meanwhile what of Jane North She managed it by assuring Jane day. 'J I
fight for his country. Even since I Arrange NOW to enjoy the sureness and speed of cooking
? Was in love and herself that
rup she or was she not "Leslie Harris undoubtedly East Gulf: Moderate southeast .
l he has been beselged fcy hard lu L L 1'"( .
with James Stimson? Had his sud- has made up some lie to winds over south portion: and_ : .. this modern a i; The liberal allowance for your old ., ,

dent deflection caused her only a little make James think you care nothIngabout fresh east and southeast.. wind4 Nowwheiihenedaa job 'he I ,- stove makes itsoeasy to change to a modern '
: gas range ..
." feels that former friends will nbt, . ,.
natural chagrin or wounded her hIniCopyrfgAt. ., .. '
deeply? Was she going to take It lying ( ItSS. II at eel H. Fankam) over north portion. j-_ ; hefp Lord Langford' readily1 ., : .' during our Sprmg.-'Bange Sale. Come in TODAY and

down or 4nake a tight to save they would have aided Paddy Rdw-i make selection.
James Tomorrow. Mr*. Northrup tH..* WEATHER_CONDITION*,:. i I' : > :
from complete disaster to bolster up Jane' lf.respect. ley. .. /

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from the central l Plains southwardover J EYES '
the West Gulf States with FROM FAR SIGHT

disturbances central over Kansas ECZEMA .
P.UL.iS5: Mary Hanley !. Notice To Subscribers and southern Texas, Dodge City, I Itching IF "Not all farsighted'children I

of this city \aa put under a jeace Kans.. 29.66 inches, and Browns- are crocs-eyed .but practically __ _
bond upon comolaint of Mrs. A. G. I Pleat b. prompt la paying vile Texas 29.72, Inches and For quick relief all cross-eyed children ar'e_, far- ..,...- .- ....... .*.,. .... c_...* ......... ...... ::.=:::
When we correct the ___' K.M M.MMHraMM*fa*tab A ; __
Fraser who declared that Miss | the carrier wao delivers your from tbe fiery' torment sighted. ; II ::;: :.

Hanley had shaken: her so hard as' : paper. H. pays The Citizen WOMAN, 87, EVERT1RED and to control far-sight the crossed eyes- .' be-
ieeessaat itekiac.ue .
to make her teeth r ttle.! i 15 cent week tor th. he come straight. I
i a pa. -TAKES'IRON DAILY soothing BeelnoL

per and sell it to you for 20 It help natve heal Bring your child in'!If today
According to the writings of cents. His profit for deliver. "I am 87, go to church and.attend Mck,irritated.... for a complete examination.,,0 Florida Public Utilities Company

Tobias Lear, secretary to George!":! I inf i* 5 cent weekly on "CD'I parties and do not get a bit 1 ,Get a jar today.Resinol.;
I tired. I eat and sleep well thanks I DR.J.A.VALDES
the first
Washington president
l\\ ubscriher. If I.. is not paid JACK R. HYMAN Sales Manager
felt his indicate to Vinol iron tonic. -Mrs. JL ,
calmly own pulse to -'I "
OrlJaorSohLite Jjceacee
: HE Io.e. Not The ClUe ] I .__ 1
he knew the end Batdorf. Vinol tastes fine! Oriental -
was near ri I 532 Dwral Street.:( j j'II !1
just 10 minutes before he died. 1".4TIIIIIII' Pharmacy. .

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