The Key West citizen
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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 22, 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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lccn - sn 83016244
System ID: UF00048666:00487
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Associated Press Day Wire Che W'C5; : CttBEtl I Key West- -Florida has the

Service. Itcpfo t ( equable weather in the

For. 55 Years Devoted to the I country; with an averagemost

Best Interests of Key West ....; range of only; 14" Fahrenheit


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Republican Leaders Have High TREE CASE SPRAYING GOING TO I I State Seal Rests On Table [Staggering Responsibility In Expenditure

Hopes Looking To Conventions ,. CRIMINAL COURT] Of Native Florida Mahogany Relief Billions' May' Mold U. n./s Future

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Party Members Feel Ac-:I DEFENDANTS IN PROCEEDINGS -I I' .,. -

I ERECTS MONUMENTTO a ILarge Joins Work,Relief
Assemblage In AppropriationSo
tivities' Planned Will FAITHFUL DOG, SUMMONED TO APPEAR -I A.d.1 VI \ I

Result In Greatly Added I I, In the 10 Years Ago column I BY; BOND PRESIDING HAS BEEN JURIST FIXED I : ij I Easter Observance At Park Great Most Ordinary

People Fail To
in Y GraspIts
Strength To RanksBy I of The Citizen appearing 4
an issue of last week was -r --
I chronicled the passing of 1---1 I II r n. | Glorifying the resurrection anniversary Hai! the Power of Jesus' Name"land MagnitudeBy

Toto the canine pet of PeterO. of the Savior I a prayer by Rev Gfkeler.I .
HERBERT PLUMMER I IC spray j mankind -
Knight of Tampa >A I Gaul's "The Holy City" is one I
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II. : I which have been declared
W WASHINGTON ;AtJril 22.-Republican .t Mr. Knight is a regular areas ; a large assemblage of worshippers -lof I the most beautiful sacred compositions BYRON PRICE
subscriber to The Citizen and I I infested will again:: be heard in j gathered at Bayview I written for a group of t C''''*I -f Slur -. Tie A>.'rlurd
leaders here are reluctant has been for a number of I i court, with George B. Graham and I !Isingers. The words telling a won-I Press \\....1......
i t He read the paragraph I .0 W e Park yesterday morning to attend I derful story to the President Roosevelt has under.taken .
to talk about it openly, ; years. :; Paul Roberts the: defendants. accompaniment
I I Ih..e t I and on Saturday sent the I This is essentially the same case 1 J I f the Sunrise services i jof music that js! sublimely grand some sizeable tasks but it
but privately they'll admit they II publisher an. acknowledgement I Part Contemplation ,
I I which was heard in police court ;i iI | The band stand had been trans:j is questionable whether
for the miniature i in which he wrote: I t Chorus and Tenor Solo "No anything
hopes '
great "He a faithful and affectionate when the defendants were fined. t i firmed I Shadows Yonder" Edmund t
was I' I into a replica of a Curry.the has tackled thus far is even
party conventions scheduled to beheld friend. H.< was s by Judge Allan: B. Clean;, Jr., and II i Chorus, "They That Sow In
I cathedral by artists of the I'lor- in the same class with the $4..
soon. buried in my residence lot, a I the case appealed by their attorney I i Tears.

I little monument erected.,for I T. S. Caro, to the circuit I I ida E. R. A., and from this the Mezzo: Soprano Ana, "Eye Hath 880OOAOD.spending job he now
Republicans of the middle west 1- him,, and there has been a '; Not Seen,". Msg Emily Croland.i .

are to get together in Kansas City bowl,of flowers.on his ,grave couit. I impressive I words of the speakers i i i Chorus (a) "For Thee 0 Dear. is beginning.

I ever since,he, died On the appeal Judge Jefferson I Iin. and songs of the choristers went Dear Country." (b). f The total' of the new work relief
presumably some limes. i"-. May' "I never knew one, could,, .' Drowue decided that City Ordinance Y 3 j | Part Adoration
out to the I appropriation is that
devoutly silent lit- so grat
while those of the, six.. New England -. becoran.to attached to a dog.M 307, under \vhich the defendants | Solo and Choral Sanctun. "A I
There is no. one as loyal, in.,, I teners.j ( New..Heaven and a New Earth; ," nost,ordinary: people simply can'tgrasp
[ were '...slcd end: tried was ,
states meet even sooner.
may r
this world as a dog except a. I I Avery Johnson.i .
Aware of the fact that too much' mother. I invalid. f j I The r invocation was offered! by i i Tenor Aria, "To The Lord Our. magnitude. s
ballyhoo over such meetings fiequently "With best wishes, I am, I Saturday II. S. McClanahan! Rev. Geoige E. Summers First, God. Edmund Curry. I To most American citizens; $1,.

results in their not: "Yours very truly representing the ,,.ant board', appeared : Methodist Church and then the' Baritone Aria "Come Ye GOO.OOO is hard to visualize.
measuring up to expectations, the "PETER O. KNIGHT." I i before County Solicitor :i song UUt'autifulIlIrn"! by the, niessxed," Avery Johnson.
G. O. I). high command is doing Aquilino Lome's: Jr., and si rntd an ::a !1! hoir. The scripture readingas i Chorus, "The Fining Pot." : Imagine 4.880 stacks of money,

little public picdirting. It has '"./" '$ !I IMiscuii i1 affidavit for the rearrcst of the i 1 delivered by Revs: J. W. Martin i'! Soprano Aria "These} Ate They! with $1,000,000 in each.
high hopes, however, that interest -----1 defendants. This action was taken Which Come, Mrs. J. K. Daven-
and enthusiasm in the party's! CITED i on instructions from plant 1 i of Ley Meniotiai Church! and the! pert 1 I And. in spite of the qualifying

future will be stirred and concrete .I i ii board headquarters at Gainesville, sprayer! by Captain Vernon Walker -1 Chorus (a) "List! The Cherubic amendments which congress put

evidence given the country and the charges are based on the cf the Salvation Army., Host", (b) "I Heard The Voice of:I I into the. act. the president's. latitude

that G. O. P. is far from being IN SCHOOL CIRCLEKEY i: Florida Plant Act of 1927. I I Following the song "Christ i Harpers" Avery Johnson, bass;: as to the manner and allocation .
"dead... This set was passed by the / Arose". by the choir and congregation Mr\ J. K. Davenport) soprano

If these two sectional meeting! Florida Legislature in that year I Rev John C. Gekeler. of Chorus "Thine Is the King.I of the rpending remains

are successful republican chief-I! WEST GIRL CANDIDATEFOR I and provides for prevention of the ,, the First Presbyterian Church, dom." I extremely. broad. The ease with

tains believe the idea will be taken -! I "introduction into and Discem'na- : announced the feting; after Singers in the ensembles were: which "earmarked" funds can be
DIPLOMA IN SCHOOL ,; lion Within The State of InM-ct .. i i which the sermon; was delivered Sopranos: Mesdames\ I.ena Collins ! moved about from.
up by members of the party in Ii i one ledger
Pets to' : Rev.: Shuler Peele! of Doris J, K. Daven-
and Diseases Injurious by Fleming,: Doughtry: ]
the middle Atlantic and far west- OF EDUCATION A prized gift to the State oi; :said, to be an auihont..- on native column to another. has been
; Street Camille J. .. I
Plants and Plant Products of the :Methodist Church. : i port Gray. I. Ley. (:
ern states. I State, to Provide for the In pec- : Florida. ioiii the manual art departnient and '('oieign wood!-. i 1 i After the sermon the beautiful I.. Re.shore!> Wm. II. White Earl demonstrated frequently..

Criticism Encouraging t I i II lion and Control of Nurseries ndthe of the Homestead! High] Secretary: (iray went to Ilome- ,' services were brought to a close Hathaway. Misses Edna; Alb-iry,:I' The responsibility which restson
It was to be expected that the, (Special! c. 'r... Klcml. I School is shown above, with Sec-j
I Regulation! of the Sale and i stead the invitation of I i bv the song; "Lift Up YourHeads" :, Alee Curry Kmily Crosland Olive Mr. Roosevelt in this, matter
at L. B.
republicans would show hOme I TALLAHASSEE April 2- Plant Dietary of State R. A. Gray stand- the choir and Day Susan LaKin. Frances Lowe I
Distribution of Plants and I t by junior ,| :
signs of stirring at this time With'I Miss Sylvia Guito of Key West ,; Product', to Create a State Phnt !ling. beside it. The gift, a tabletof I Somers, principal of the school, to'I I I the Benediction pronounced by Nellie T. Russell, .iSdith William! would be positively staggering,

nominating. conventions and primaries will be the candidatesfor 'i' beautiful workmanship and; accept the gift :* which tune, : even if it involved only {hewrise
among 269 Board and to Prescribe its Powers I Ii I Rev James S. Day. of Firat-: .Baptisf [ Clara Yates. .J
4 .., *
;, material, builtentirely f''i vrtil day.' aitm briefer >in i'jej' . ,' H jvj u e cbt+ mfiiettltQs wcytt 'inilHlllr' ,
for presidential preference degree and certificates at the and Duties. Making: s.n Appropriation ';1 j was 9. 'I Cnurrh. I,! Altas'trotan'rr' !s"LJ1 I, Bt'r.i[ otss :

just a little more than a year, thirtieth inual commencement for the Purpose of Carrying: ;:1 Florida nmhojranyPro.' .". C. K.Kice. :. of )presentation were held. The In the afternoon at 4:30 (,'CIO k : valdi James S. Day John C. selections: in a wholly t''le-
away, necessity for some move toward : Out the Provisions of Said Act." head' o," the s"hooP manual table wa prl'-t."tt'tl l to the Secretary -!'.1 th" majestic Oratorio, Gail's"The Gekeler Camille Robinson Alline, tachrd : from
organization for the 19361 exercises of Florida State Collegefor training department' is uott-I an to be used a: a pHlo.stal"or) I way among the
] Leo
The rule under which the capias Holy City" was: presented' by,, Talky Williams. Misses Nor-
Women here the that I the Horulu mahi the! Gieat; Seal I oi' ,the State of I thoMrind.-i of spending projects
canvpaign is evident j I May 2527. for the arrest of the defendants stating ;tnv !soloists' and( a chorus direct l bv:,> nip Yates. Mary Whitmarsh.
Then too the criticism being rater of graduation candidates: was' issued is Rule <(D and leads a-., is one of July "ive true mahoganies I Flondii a ;.isi- to which Mr.\ Gray i M.k Edna Smith. Accompanist, Tenors: Messrs. Geo. I'..'Archer.' !f which will be placed before him

leveled of late at the "new deal"!I Chows Miss Guito is a candidate follows: "In order to control and in the \\oild. ProH'Ssor (Rice is has putit. a., houn above. J. I. Tievor. I I i Delphine Teal. I. A. Seaborn, N. for approval. '

and President Roosevelt some ofj t for the two-year diploma in the prevent the dissemination 'of the 1 As a prelude: to the Oratorio,:' 15. Shannahnn. Dell Woods. Under Pressure
it from the democrats themselves l) School of Education. j I spiny citrus white fly or folackfly .. ........ .. .................. .... ... .... ...... I Rev F.. Richard Evans, of Firstfonriesalional Bass: MJpst.ni.\ / Ralph Boyden.I I Rut it involves a great: deal
-ha* been encouraging to re-f Of the Uf.-l! candidates 221 are (Aleurocanthus wojrluini Ashby), Chinch offered James Rurn tt. Rev. J. C. Gekeler

publicans I candidates for the bachelor's degree t the owners and occupants of !nrop- DOLORES COSTELLO'S RETURN TO I II th" Invocation followed bv HIP in- A. D. Letithi. Wilbert Moehrke\ niorpj. Mr. Rosevelt! is very far

Whether the scheduled meetings) three for the master's degree erties within the area or arean miring! word of the song "All Win. C. Harris.ANOTHER. I II I' froni' being in the position of a

will depart from the usual: run of 42 for the two-year teach- ,,, defined by the. State Plant Board: I i t! man making; a will disposing of

political |IItIW.\\'OWS. where high-; t-r's diploma, and three for certificates as areas infested with said, insect SCREEN NOW PREDICTED \WHETHER i I - I I 4880000000. Undue pressure
hounding resolutions proclaim in music. In addition ': are hereby ordered and inquired i 'I I I :
I HARRY FERGUSON SPONGE possible; beneficiaries invalidates
faith in the party and its principles one of the candidates for thebacholoi's to permit entry upon said properties '
or whether there will he in degree is also seeking of duly authorized employe- : DIVORCE RUMORS TRUE OR NOT I a will; and moreover, the.

attempt! to strike out boldly on a a certificate i in mu ic. Compll'liulI'of '' the Board for the of'ni'pUinir ARRIVES IN CITY SALE AT DOCKS: maker of the will never has to
of purpose ....... .... ..............I.......... .ee.... ..... i ir i ;i ;
new path remains to be seen. the jear's work together withother ]j' such spray\ materials or i 1 I i worry much about the con.gequertces.

It i is known that some arc requirements for graduation' other treatment to plants and 1 I By ROBBIN COONS !1 I r definite i, arranged. Hollywood :i ,I II I I .
counseling the latter in the college catalogue : the I III.i t..rialyd I'rrHn I
prescribed : by !
( be prescribed thinks the .
trees as may I I name Dolores Costello COVERED PRODUCTS DISPOSED OF THIS: until the last
ing that old methods be diseardedl will be required|' of all candidates Board in its instructions to the | HOLI.-\'WO\ (){), April :22.I .-: FOR 1 now on
and that a militant c'aml'ai:11alain.t :' before graduation. I! Plant Conuu 'iiont'r.!'; I I II repoih I I! I again !I'l' seen in lights. I.I NEWS SERVICE AT HAUPT- i MORNING TO AMOUNT j I!| penny is allocated, Mr. Roosevelt

what President l'o se\clt'I' Division of the total number of t I I According to the bulletin of' and counter-reports Miss Costello: was a star "dis-. / is certain to be under the strongest .
chooses to call the "new older candidates for the bachelor's degree i! of Jan- ': con-1;Uoveu-d! by the fans-and by I MANN PROCEEDINGS I OF $2.237 i
oil I i the plant board issued as ,, oerning a break ill the JohnBarrywoie ., I I kind of pressure. The states_ ,
|hmgs" I be inaugurated .places 25 in the School of nary 1, )1035.! the infested area in'', household the I I Hat'l'ymne about the saute time.j .1 ,,1'1 ,' TT', ." ,,"j,II I, j, cities "communities are m obill -
A 'Common I Home Economics; 101 in the College : is described "all thatportion ; prospect : '. 'Yet l
Ground' Florida i as i! I j I It was after site played his leading t 'thelr'VnoBt persuasive agents
!1 I of Arts and Scienc'-s, 91 I l if' of, ;Monroe County. Flor-. : : for an early return u: Mrs.I j II, Harry Ferguson'Vaahin'gto'nj' : !' 1 Approximately ,1I,$2v237|,,,passed'inng
Republican leaders Jviitf. have ; lady in the "Sea Beast" i the doorstep. It is a disputedquestion
; the t'h..ol'ot Education, and tlut-e t I, biug wet of 1nOl'l/, and :1 1'airynvorc tu the screen seem I II j that,!", correspondent for the 'UmteilI'reV's. 'from the han realized that ida I
the greatest difficulty : t' I how far politics actually
in the :-\t.'ho.t'ofIu' !\ il'. '<:' south line projeited through! the 'blight. they were i.iar-it-.l, and from this: and the man; who 'was selected those ;,of".theipejlers'atuthe; ;; sponge
with which they have had tut; 'I t, I I I Visitho.! who ir.aitid [will enter into the decisions;made: ., ,
Dolores! film dated the "II ; .
The candidates for the nwtei'- easternmost, ,point of No Name her tine to fame As to cover' uptlnn'jsalq, ,,htM.tlxUi, morning al. .themunjcipallockv
contend in recent year is the divi-l degree. are listed in the> 'CmdtiiileDivision : I Kev'' '' i i|)Bairyi.i"ic. in l'J2S:: :und{ did not the daughter M/iuricc:\ Costello,'""dial' at Flemington N. J.. is,8; : ,,-. ,,4! i '(but. it M perfect'assured' that
stun m their tanks! l will do their
between Cons and those!' foi the' tiV.ch-':t' The d'f'ntlanh'I't.. Mimmn- ;,; retire fiom piUutcs until nearly' viMtor in Key Wept t. ariivin fot'n'atJVt'lanll I liberal i ?, They also I i t time ; their daughter, D-IUI't'S'! [ early film matinee idol she! had hue "" I 'oily best to get in on the ground
know C'11I' diploma in the School of .Ed: od this morning by the bheriff'soffice ; or ,I yesterday. ,excellent lots of -uool sponges,: offend -1
that if they hope| to itgainhtrength ,:: ucation. Music (l'I'lific'atosfill:: bawaidel <>'' and' Judge: fining HariH Ethel Mae, to arrive enjoyed begun j : in fi'm-! a.: a child when' Assigned to write a series nt and in some cases the 1 tloor.
. middle and return to power.oute I this year in piano, organ, '' fixed bond at $50 each. The defendants tremendous popularity in the I the went with her father ti the articles on the Key West rehabilitation : ding was very close especially bi.I-1 I I So far as the consequences himself are'
'I' Roosevelt
ground which both concerned Mr.
on and viol m.Jaek.onvtlle. t I will not appear hefor* a early Hays of talkies.After i old! Vitagivph! studios in Brooki program, Mr. Ferguson i bal one instance where one buyer's]!
can stand must be found! 'i! the arrival of the} baby.Mrs has more to gain or I lose than has
; with :!t:2 candidates committing magistrate. The caee !i lyn. (:Ire wing she had been o contacting!: a number of citizens bid was $582 and the next highest i
They believe the Unt.tl'al" studio life tip n claimant. Not only the ue-
has th' greatest number an.o'uthose : will direct to trial at the next gave up to get their reaction to theprojects. was $581.21. I any
offers such. While the conservative go and devoted all her time to inottitihooii. -1 mold], then gone on the! stage!: I cess of''his recovery program but
seeking' graduation. Tallahassee term of criminal tourt.FRANKDALE During,: the past several weeks!
and liberal wings of the patty and Tampa folow'ith! 20) - There was it is true, one,: but. it was in films that she bc-i! What the writer is anxious to while the sponge catchers have his own political future may easilybecome
would be --- I Icane i I I
unwilling to surrender Candidates each.CANO'S more picture. When she came, a 'name." 1:, secure i is statement from a numberof been bringing,: their lots to .port, [ involved.
their pet beliefs for the sake! of a; .- -- --- DIES back to the! sets to malt it, she Was No. 1 Star ,i businc's men who havebenefited sales have reached in the neighborhood 1 Either a first-class failure-or afirst
republican victory in '31<;, it might i said she was glad to return but: :i by the program: through, of 7000. it was said. ]I class scandal would be used

IKS possible( for both to unite on a FUNERAL i FRIDAY that she had truly enjoyed those:, Whin talkies ..came she became,:. purchases mine necessary; by increased '- I; against him in 1936 even thoughthe
platform which denounces the IN MIAMI years of domesticity The picture Wii'rnei's: l!". 1\ feminine tar. business activity, as wellas real cause lay in the blunderin -

"new deal" i HELD YESTERDAYKEY ;! '- -- 1! "Expensive Women," was one of, Rut: her final film, "Hearts in the individual who had been VANDALS VISITCEMETERY | >s crookedness of subordinates.At .
Senator Borah of Idaho for I !' A Critical Time
example and
the :year's box-office failures: 1! Exile"-she considers it her,,, bettered by being gen employ
piobably wouldn't find it !! FUNERAL SERVICES TO BE received! no encore. Miss Costello I ment on various projects. j I I PLOT Many in Washington believe
at all difficult to go along with I one of the screen's real beauties",!, worst-was finished before the How long Mr. Ferguson will remain this test of Mr. Rocsevelt's,
the party on a proposition like WEST RESIDENT DIED AT HELD IN THAT CITYAFTERNOON audible has I j I hardly could come at a
i! with her large blue eyes and light screen passed completely was not said but it is understood acumen
that THIS 'i brown hair again became simply out of the limping: ; stage. he will remain until he I(I Phillip Sanchez 'reported to The more"tritical time.

There are other ill the ranks HOME HERE ON SATUR. I Mrs. John IJarrvmore. Came the There were "part-talkies" also, has covered the entire .program Citizen this ,morning! , that .acts of 'On the one hand l', political cur..

0' G. n, P, like, him. DAY EVENINGI ;second child John II, and no! and its various ramifications from vandalism had been committed in rents again are swirling uncertain _
1 1I heard of : such 's "Noah's Ark" and "Glo- his lost at the city cemetery 1n !/ The yepublietaiopposition,
a screjrn
I more every angle.
state comj j
Frank Dale, "ast
PLANE BRINGS" I! I mander. United.Spanish; War VE'tt'rCins. i career for Dolores until recently.!1 riots Detsy" (or Gloriouth RetI -, i, which everything was destroyed. declaring pubHe -/sentiment is

Cano died 8:30 o'clock Saturday j,I died Friday in Jackson J Picture Talk thie" a* the wags called it.) Flower ,pots and) ,'vases were turnjnt:' strongly.away{ 'frem the
night,. at hu residence 408. I Memorial hospital in Miami after!' About the time the first; The talkies! had! improved fon- CLOSE TO 500 I broken up, with all plants destroyed Preside!ntf is 'I'trt t'aa nf {for it.

9 PASSENGERS Raton street The deceased wa a long illness. Funeral servicesj rumors of an estrangement were;t fiderably by the time she returned leaving the' place in a terrible- mos! victorious attack since the

I i born in Key West in 187U. He was I were to be held! in Miami this aft 1 hitting Hollywood from the east ;: for 'Exill'nsive; \\'om'n." but' ARRIVESUNDAY shape "new deal" came into being.' That
t 15G years old.Funeral !. ernoon. j where Barrymore has been spending -i except for inaugurating the screen, I I; Fingerprints have been taken preparation will include a microEecopic -

Plane from :Miami arrived 10:15: services were held 5:15 f The deceased! was formerly ofi some time after a film madein career of Warren William, that I'' i 1 I. from the articles with the case examination of every work

clock yesterday morning with o'clock yesterday afternoon from i i Key West! and was a member of England, Dolores was, making, picture did no cue any !toot! I Ij I, Pasengers to the number of turned over to the cheriff's office 'relief allotment.

nine passengers as follows: Fer. ; the Lopez Funeral Home chapel. I| 12Jst! Company Coast Artillery. t a Personal I appearance at a j So when she returns as Hollywood -' 416 arrived yesterday on the excursion for investigation. On the other hand many economists

"ndul l Camm.! J. S. Beale. Alan Rev. A, L. Maureau S. J., of St. j He was discharged some years ao Warner Bros "anniversary par-I| thinks she will. Dolores,. train from :Miami. Of the believe recovery itself is in

:\Iorrl\\ Dorothy Morris Harry Mary's Star of the Sea chm ch. I and was for a long period bridge I jty." In the house up on the hill i i I Costello may be given a better:i i number there were 381 arrivingon J. F. SPINK 'the balance. They look for :*

In. Thomas O. Otto Mar- officiating. I tender for the railroad. j Mrs Harrymore had become a'i J opportunity least if they:, the regular excursion tickets (of Chicago will hold special I definite turn up or down within

I'aul HMuIIer.Ieturing: Blanca Camero Cano. two sisters' with an illness from which he executives saw her on this ocI -I j there will not be the handicap:Y: most of the arrivals left .l' except Saturday 8 o'clock at l'! For all of these. reasons, the

: in the afternoon at Irs. Serafina Becerra Cano, Mrs. never completely recovered. lie;I easion she was again the slim'Jof technical imperfections such.''I yesterday afternoon on the return i I GOSPEL HALL new spending program seems likely -
4 o'clocka the I{ of her starring existed in the early talkies I.I.I trip there quite a number to overshadow everything else
plane carried Thomas i Consuelo Garcia Cano; four broth. j I was retired on pension from ; stately beauty jas were t I It I 720 Southard Street
O. Otto> Marjorie: Otto B. C. ;, erg, Florencio. Proceso Evaristoand !; railroad and went with Mrs. Dale days There were conversationI I I when she was an outstanding;t remaining over until this after I Public Invited To Attend in the Washington picture for along

I'apy and IVaul II, :Muller. Ubaldo Cano. to make their home in Miami. I about pictures, and while nothing "star of mediocre films." 'I noon. ]I I time to come .


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} i.1'I1 Wt( g." Cili ] WORTH 'i. I I CUBA TRANSPORTS

KEY WEST IN L( TODAY'S WEATHER J] I Today'sAnniversaries
rutlUhed Daily Except Sunday By are 18 million acres: of land in
... P. A HTM AN. a-r.......... Florida from which the state derives no I I II
States, Tennessee the .. .... I
From Th. Citizen BuHAIng Her. Just 10 Year Temperatures'highest extreme aeeeeccssee..se. -
Comer Greene and Ann Streets taxes, having reverted to the state for I' Ago Today Aa Taken From ..... .. ---- 88 eastern Lake region, the heaviest I, 1707-Henry Fielding famous 1i i

non-paymen of taxes. Under our presenttax The Filer Of The CitixejtAccording Lowest . ., ...... __.. ..C9 I being O.C2 inches at Key West. !I! English novelist, burn. Dir l Oct. Steamship Cuba sailed for Havana
..I,. Dally Newspaper in Key West and Monroe Mean .. .__ . . 78 Kaius: have also occurred in the : X, 1754. II Saturday afternoon with 92
County. system this vast acreage" will remain Normal Mean __' .."" "" .........76 i I far Northwest in connection with i iI I first class! passengeiv! 12 second!
Florida, second class matter to present indications Rainfall | a disturbance that overspreads: 1 i class, five automobiles, eight tons
.utered at Key West barren but if freed of ad valorem taxes it I I 1724-Immanuel Kant famous
there will be four candidates Yesterday's Precipitation .C2 Ins.! Rocky Mountains and Plains I l j I and 591 sacks of mail.
YEAR German philosopher, born. Died
F1STV-SIXTH will immediately have value in productionor make the race for chief of policein Normal Precipitation .... .04 Ins. States this morning the pressure s
alra>kr .f Ike AsMrUle l>reaa There the coming election. Joseph Tbl'* rrrurd rover 21-hour period'ut Williston, 1\. !>., being 2i ..42I i! 12. 1804.1729Michael | ties% lecturer and journalist, bornI
.l.j Associated Press is exclusively entitled to use. investment. are several bills Albury will be a candidate to succeed enilimc. mt N o'rloek. IAN wur..g.Tomorrows I inches. Temperatures have fallen i i'I I Elmira: N. Y. Died in Ingland : -

.r or repuliltcatlun not otherwise of credited all news In dispatches this paper credited and alt tIt concerning this matter before the legislature himself. Other aspirants are Alma J ''I JM meuhat in eastern sections and I I I Hillegas. Phila.i I April 27, 1909.
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5:57 ,
keru. Sun rises a. m. weather delphia merchant and patriot first
the local news published Whitmore Gardner, who filled the colder has overspread!" the I ,
now in session at Tallahassee, one office for 16 years: John A. Sun sets ...........- ..__. -.6:53< p. in. II I northern Rockies and Plateau region I I Treasurer of the U. S.. horn in I I r' ' r'I .
NATIONAL"' EDITORIAL Moon rises ...... -- __.11 ::46 p. m. > Philadelphia. Died there Sept 1860-Ada Relish among the
with in
of which will undoubtedly be submitted to I Roker who has had years of experience freezing western L
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lASSOCIATIONiILnke.t. on the force as captainand Moon sets! Montana; while readings are abi : 21!>, 1804.I / t foremost American actresses! of
19. 5 the people at the next election for acceptance Tomorrow's Tides : this the 1 her
sergeant, and Cleveland} Niles, i normally high morning in I II I day born in Ireland. Died in
IIATB9 or rejection. This Ls eminently who has been an officer for several I A.M. P.M. {eastern Rocky Mountain and Plains, 1766-Madame de Stael, bril- New York City. Jan. 8, 1916.
StlUCIUITIOV; ............__.._11:13 11:43
Year ..... ........ $10.00 years. Three intended candidatesfor High States. ; liant, French writer, born. Died
Ki tine* .?.. . 6.00 fair. Low......... .......... 5:15 5:05: G. S. KENNEDY) July 14, 1817. ''
..... ... 2.61 captain of night police are \\\\\.f 'III/
Three F 2 Barometer at 8 m. today: ,
One .81 Will elimination of the ad valoremtax Ivan Elwood. the incumbent;I a. Official in Charge. I'
fVekly ... .._......_...:....__. ..21AOVCKT18I.XQ Lemuel Baker and Rupert Sea level, 29.92. 1 831-Alex-; M. McCook SPEND
system develop Florida? This is the "Knowles. been lit- ....................... !! ,
HATE There has very I !soldier born in Columbiana Co.,
Made known on application question. Read what Buckner Chipley tle talk regarding city clerk, Lowest Highest I.Today In History I Ohio. Died June 12, 1903. YOUR
MI'KCIAL NOTICE I StationLast Night Yesterdaj i ii
police justice tax eol.etor and
All reading; notices, card.. of thanks, resolutionsrrpert. .( president of the Florida Tax Revision Abilene ......... 54 76 !1'seee.e.) ) ) ; ......4..*. ---.e) VACATION
- notlC"f' will be cbarge4 for at tax assessor, but as half ;
rl.ltuary et Atlanta ....__.. ... 52 70 .
.tae rate of :u cents a line.Nottfs I II
for entertainments by churches from which League has to say on the subject: dozen names. have been mentionedfor I Boston .............. 44 64 !j 1793-President Washington is. i I braska agriculturist, l leading citi- :: THIS YEAR IN =
t revenue Is to l I.e derived are S cents a line. mayor.Key sued his historic proclamation of: zen. Secretary of Agriculture.
........ 58 | I I
"We 38 I
The Citizen 'la an open forum and Invites diseus.Mott now have 18 million acres of Buffalo in the betwf'enI !
of public Issues! and subjects of local or general { Charleston ...... 62 84 I neutrality war | originator of Arbor Day. born at FLORIDA I
newest but It will not publish anonymous commu&U land in Florida on which tuxes are de West Rotarians have completed England and France-the accepted r Adams. N. Y. Died April 27 I /
i Chicago .. .....42 46 I
.dl'na. . linquent. This is largelp cut over land arrangements for the cb- foreign policy ever since. :J 1902. I I !
- (Denver .... ...___ 54 72 1I ) 'ycurKEATH
that is a barren waste ravaged and worth- servance of Boys Week in Key I Detroit .............. 38 CO; I I 1
IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST less. west; beginning next Sunday and Galveston .......... 62 70 1855-Chicago placed under 1839-Olive Logan, author ac- ///II""I"I '\\\ \

CITIZEN continuing until the following I Havana .__......... 76 I martial law in consequence of I _.
ADVOCATED BY THE "Ninety per cent of this land is of no Saturday. The first day will bechun.h Huron .... --........ 60 70 I trots over the enforcement of the i I I -- -_- --- _

value except to produce timber. Underour day and all boys are requested -I Jacksonville ...... G6 82 I liqour prohibition law. ,I -

1. Water and Sewerage. present tax ystemtbis vast area ;cannot churches to of attend their worship denomination.at the I Kansas City..... 54 78 i t. --- t'!: STEAMSHIP Co. ,
p KEY WEST __ 69 88 P&O
be reforested at profit.. If we' "free Monday 'will be educational Day I 1889-Site of Oklahoma City I
2. Bridges to complete Road to Main- Little Rock ...... 52 72 .: '
land. this land of ad valorem, taxes, except Tuesday. Citiezenship Day: Wed-I Los Angeles ...... 56 68 .opened to settlement. 1. MAIL ROUTES FOR :

benefits nesday, Recreational Day; Thursday Louisville .......... 44 66 -
special assessments for it will PORT :TAMPA HAVANA i
3. Free Port. Industrial Day; Friday a i Miami ....: . '.72 90 ) 1915!) -Second battle of Ypres, -WEST INDIES 1
----- f' Effective March 18th
give it an immediate investment value. It grand street parade will be held 1935 ,
..... 42 C2 Germans oison. for
Minneapolis use i ga Leave
4. Hotels and Key West for Havana
Apartments. and on Saturday track meets will Wednesdays and Saturdays!, '
will be bought up in large tracts and re- : New Orleans .... 64 74 first time. 12:2U 1' M.Leave .
5. Bathing Pavilion. forested. This reforestation work will fur- i be held at the barracks. New York .......... 48 66 I Havana for Key West Thursdays and Mondays!, 'I t

I nsacola ....___... 5R 78 Leave Key West for
6. Airports-Land and Sea. 1918-British naval forces raid Port Tampa Thursdays and Mon. ;
nish thousands of I !
employment to peoplenow Motormen and conductors at Pittsburgh .._. .. 38 68 and Ostend.1930London days, G:30 I'. M. i iI t
7. Consolidation of County and City unemployed and increase the state's 'the Key West Electric company's Ticket
I Salt Lake City. 36 72 I ReservatioMs and Information at Ticket Office OB tie .
Governments. assets in the form of natural resources by system went on strike this morn-I San Francisco .. 50 60 I I I 1 Dock 'PLo_ 71 e
ing as a result of some grievance Seattle .... ....... 42 50 Naval Treaty of
--- J. H. COSTAR. .
---- millions of dollars in a very few years. growing out of certain rules bulletined I Tampa __............ 72 80 I 1930 signed i by five powers. i Areat.I t

Fortune makes friends misfortunetries "Some have made the objection that at the car barn. The men Washington ...... 42 54 I 1---- --.- --- -

elimination of ad valorem taxes would result I took exception to certain orders Williston .......... 54 76 I! I.
them. i
and walked out. The cars were
in large interests buying and 'hoard- .
up placed in the barn at 11 o'clock WEATHER FORECASTTill
r ing' all of our land. Assuming that large and since that time no trips have I
The regeneration of Key West lies in been made. A be RO'ydwinkecl
meeting of
interests do buy all our vacant landswouldn't employ ( 8 p. m., Tuesday)
the next es with the will be held
generation.The manager joftt
Key West and Vicinity Partly
the State be in a better positionto this I :
cloudy tonight and not
have this land bought up and hoarded Tuesday; ACCEPTING'IMITATIONS

great lesson in life is to learn the than to have it laying as a barren waste as Arrangements are going on I : To etc the original Davis 100% Pare Paint

value of temperance in all things. it i is today? No one buys property unlessit apace for the dance and cabaretto '- Be sure to MADE IN BALTIMORE. PCmT'AIIf)
be given Friday in Aronovitz I look. for D.VM 100% Pure Paint has often fcccn MASS
is expected to eventually reap a profit on Hall for benefit. of the Country P6. this Label imitated, but never duplicated. :':::: .

Fliers take off and get away. Nudists the investment."If Club. The affair promises! to be I \ I 1 Davis 100% Pure Paint conform*, with ----
w '"'" e" all paint Law. and it the ::=. =
large interests buy up our cut over very entertaining.With pure only paint =:
also take off and some get away with it. F that carries a guarantee of purity.PAIIVI' ===-.:
lands their only chance to get a profit from a.......
their investment i is either by reforestationand Legion Endowment the !start+ of Fund the American in Florida J 4(- yJ J"'rr h 1 I e Cook for this Guarantee on the Label** r-r ..
The lady who insists on telling aboqt 1 ....
this land ( w.hv aB- t wish any other Pain M.auf.aarrr uf our ttmitu i..atu..
development of or resellingit E. A. Chester has been named ;.. __ .... .
her operation has a sister who has just I AU pr 'I M..d. by r in e.ki.rr..nl .ol4 .MsaaA D .kr* only.
under field secretary for the campaign
at a profit. If it i is re-sold the Partly Cloudy
seen a swell show. and, will visit n.. many of the different nffiRBDAVIS CQ G 189 BALTIMOREMDG.
system we propose the State would levy a ramps in the state as pos-! much change in temperature; gentle -
tax on the sale. If it is developed the State !ilile to Kid in perfecting the organization to moderate earterly winds. i C. ROBERTS Corner Caroline and William Streets

Miami u a very corrupt place if only would reap a profit in the increase in and assist public speakers Florida: Partly cloudy tonight ; I
and l legion workers in systematizing and Tuesday; not much change in ---- -- - -- .
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half is true what the local papers print natural resources of the State. In either the detailed work of endowment -I temperature. ---

about the public officials. case we have all to gain and nothing to i raising. To cooperatewith Jacksonville to Florida Straits: : 'ISIII.v1611 -
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lose. the !state committee, local Moderate northerly wind* over 1 Saeeeesee. oeeec.aeee.e..e.e.ese.ee.e. teeeeeeeeeeeee. **>
committees are" being formed. north portion and moderate sonth- j .
Abbreviated garments do not help the "However, if we continue under our 'I wet winds over south portion, and 1 I .

haberdasher's trade in Key West to any present tax system this 18 million acres of Editorial Comment: Prohibition weather partly overcast tonightand i.

great extent-we said any great extent.It land will continue to lie an idle, barren speakers and officials say they are I Tuesday. For Hot Weather I
not worrying about home brew East Gulf: Gentle variable
waste and other millions of acres will go :
now. Those who have drunk it winds over north portion and gen-
won't be long now before convicts off the books through delinquency year are the ones to do the worrying. I tie to moderate easterly winds j .
after Under such a system we have I over south': portion.
will demand their constitutional rights of year.
everything to lose and nothing to gain." La't Sunday, April 19, the I .
freedom. They have asked for everythingelse bishop of South Florida made his WEATHER CONDITIONS \ Comfort e

but that.A annual visit to Key West and eon-i 1. .
PRO AND CON firmed 25 persons in St. Paul's I The southern disturbance moved I
church and 22: at St. Peter's. Sunday i northeastward and i is central thisi :
Congressman wants to eliminate was the sixteen hundredth anniversary i morning off the middle Atlantic
bunk from the Congressional Record. But The New Deal lately seems to have : of the council of Ni..ea '!: coast. New York City. 29.70 inches. I o
first ; appropriately observed I It has caused showers and .,Y lIT
that would lot of entered a new phase., The phase was and the day was Have '
cause a unemploymentamong . at St. Paul's. Ancient thunderstorms during the lat 24 I.' e vve : :
administrative I .
l legislative the second was I l. "'O Y!01.P
governmeht'pfinters.Huey prayers from the Greek Liturgywere hours in most of the Atlantic i ,,' "(.'
tfie third/noiv.. under: discussion is i
and ,
: offered and the bishop : , .,;r ,
: .1 H' >Il n
judicial. There is.a' wave' of court tests to preached an instructive sermon on I
Long wants to .handle the relief determine the right; of the government to the Nicene" Faith.' He also spoke KEY WEST us. : a .'
money to be allocated.to Louisiana to : very highly of the eliW and music 1COLONIAL HOTEL r : : 'I
!rive a practical demonstration of his howto do what it has be.envtrying; do about something which Bishop Mann 1 tans $1.85and up i
money about relation of i industry and rarely does and then only becauseit 1 1 In the Center of the Business r .l
share-the-wealth plan, but Ickes won'tIf't
labor about prices about conservation of is merited. I and Theater District
him. natural resources about water-power de- Ice Cream Freezers Water Coolers w.
BENJAMIN LOPEZ First Clats-Fireproof- : : .
velopment, and so on, in ways which the Sensible Rates .

One a check business of something house in Key like West$2,000 receivcd administration thinks would help to cure FUNERAL 49 HOMEEdalali."ed Years I COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEI Themos Bottles and Jugs Beverage Sets j

this depression and' prevent future ones. Key W..t' Oldest

last week for goods sold to the FEHA. The first decisions mostly upheld, or 24-Hour Ambalanee 1 Service Garage Elevator

How much advertising has this firm done tolerated the administration's plans. The LI ...ed Embalm I 1 Popular Prices Pilsner and Liquor Glasses Drink Mixers i
Ph... 13B Mll.r AM.W ,
in any of the local papers during the last climax of that period was the acceptanceof k

month worth. ---. .. --- --
Not one penny's the government's gold policy by the I ----- Lime and Fruit Pressers :

Supreme Court. But that victory has been 1 5

Key West rotarians who will visit followed by a small avalanche of adverse

Mexico City next June during the Rotary decisions from minor federal courts. The I Your Opportunity :
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convention will have the opportunity to see most important of them so far are those Many Other Household Necessities .,

the first book printed in the New World in
which pronounce unconstitutional the gov- and SpecialtiesVisit >< .
lf::JG. The Mexican capital i ii one of the ernment's right to produce and sell elec- I Now is the time to modernize your home and I :

most interesting cities in the world and one tric power to control labor relations to make such improvements to your property as may I .1

of the with the snowcapped he needful or desirable, before costs advance too
most picturesque through Section 7-A of the Recovery Act, J

mountains Popocatepetl and Ixtac- and to regulate wages and prices through much. : Our Household Department and See The Up T*
cihuntl in the than 17000
distance each more ,- NRA in the soft coal industry.
See us about the U. S. Government plan on
feet in height. These defeats are impressive is That We .
as long term modernization loans. Date Stock Carry

the language in which some of them are I : . :

The local merchants could profitablyhave expressed. On the other hand, there Enjoy the benefits while you pay. ; i i. ..

a credit association if they would have been and doubtless will still be, court

tick: to its rules. Then the money which I decisions taking the opposite position with The First National Bank ot Key West II : "Your home is worthy of the beat ..

now goes to fatten the purses of gamblers just as strong language on the other side .

would flow into the legitimate channels of At this stage in the administration of Member of the Federal Reserve I South Florida Contracting & Engineering Co r.

trade. This plan which works so successfully Theodore Roosevelt about 30 years, ago,

everywhere else has been tried in the President was advocating the popular Member of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. Phone 598 WKte ad Elka StreetPAGE'TYC .

Key West, but chiselers among the mem- recall of judicial decisions. It doesn't seem YOUR BANK

bership disintegrated the organization before likely that the second Roosevelt will do ............................ee................................ ......:
it could function properly. that. "IIIIIIIIII-

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I SPORTS FLORIDA LEAGUELOCAL I 1 LOPEZ TEN TO MEET BUSY STARTTUESDAY!I In the Social Diamondball. the fans do not patronize the contests
I sponsored by the Recreation it 'Will be impossible for the
II I I BEES; BOTH TEAMS TIED Department of the Florida clubs to'keep playing.
j[ FOR TOP POSITION has ended in
a three-way tie. The
THRASHED OUT AT MEET. Pena, another Key West
FIRST TRAINING IN KEY I! Army Lighthouse and .
I i 'v -- boy who this year had a chance
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ING OF RECREATION DE. each won six and lost
games I I I
I OF to with the World Cham-
................................................i WEST NOW MEMBER 1! (By JOVE) PARTMENT THIS MORNINGBy three. It was a great race, .md i i I pion tryout Cardinals and who let this
CARDS TROUNCE TALLAHASSEE CLUBBy 1 An exciting and the outcome was in doubt until
I hardfoughtgame
1I oportunity slip through his fingers
of diamondball is expectedat I game was has received another offer from
PIRATES BEFORE Army outfit was leading with six I;! Mike Gonzalez. This offer U for
Park field
the Uayview
( OSCAR PITA) II'II'I I ( JOVE) A on and none lost. Then they'Were j I I him to_ join the "All-Havana," a
when the. Lopez Funeral Homers At a meeting at the Recreation ''
defeated A-lministra-
( ) Chelo Castillo, who got his' first baseball club that tours the central -

IMMENSE CROWDVICTORY I -.-.-.-.-..--.-.-.--.---------_-.-------.-.-.-.-..-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-..-.--.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-. I baseball lessons in Key West, being tackle the Busy Bee outfit. ,I Department office of the local tion ten for their first downfall':I|I and middle western states.
I These two teams of the Senior I 1 FERA, this morning, it was tle- I They played the Garage; boys and' They will arrive here on Thursday -
Tbe following' is the result of. be our old friend and enemy taught the great Americanpastime I'I
i I lost, and then the Recreation Dt'.1|
Night League are tied for first ,! cided that the three-way tie of I I April :25! 'and he will join
the of a certain player you Charles Hmctienuroke Ketchum. It his brother Ygnacio, ,
game by j partment outfit defeated them
GAVE WORLD CHAMPIONS I II I)I them at that time and travel with
will notice it is: recorded as he told !!'seems that Charlie is from UI became an active member of the I place of the loop and both tens I If I the Social Diamondball League- I j[, throwing the league ino a three- I the club. His salary will be $100

TWO WINS IN THREE. it to me: "On number one tee I :. New York state way the section Tallahassee! baseball club of the I'I are fighting hard to gain the lead- :; will be played off in this manner:I I, way tie. Any one of those games: !I a month and his room rent, but he
Tomorrow afternoon the
I'1' at Bay-
took couple of practice swings'and known as the Finger Lakes re- I:
a would have the
and declared given Army boys
GAME SERIES GIVING FANS asked Bob if we were going I''I gion. Just where I can't say but Georgia-Flordia state league.Several I j i I er!'hip thereby be view Park field, the Lighthouse i)! the honors. Now there will be a I I I I has got to pay for his eats. Pena
wired back said of.'er. I
GREAT THRILL to play Shinnecock rules and Bob i!j it is around Itliaca.: which serves I weeks ago Chelo was:.second-half I winner. ,I ten will play the Garage outfit.]';I I I II play-off between these clubs.In 'II accepting stick.I .
sincerely that he will
f hore
The batteries for the to- : The winner of this contest will
then I'll tell Charlie game
says 'You drive and j our purpose jut: as well. picked up from the Tampa club
you'. .he 'was hoping I'd miss i,, has been a resident of Key West other of i night will be: A. Lunn and Ingra- tackle the Army aggregation on I
one. Well boy. I pat one down I I so long that he doesn't remember together with two players i ham for the Red Devils and Ward Wednesday afternoon at the Army 1 I the second- half of the Social see in the Tampa papers that

O'piria4 <. The fiIre! ) I over the bunker and it had a ''it-t i i ever having lived any place else. that city and the boys have beenin and Manolo for the Bakers. I Barracks. ,. League there are about eight another Key West boy is playing
NEW YORK, April 22.-Before tie hook and rested about 210 :i[ 5 SI a strenuous workout for the' Each and every time these outfits I The winner of the latter game I II I clubs lined up ready to play. Someof league ball this year. He is Chelo

an Easter assemblage of fans numbering yards away but was down in a'I'J I I II Mighty; near as many years ago past three weeks, working to I play the fans get their money's I will be declared champion of the I them are: Army, Lighthouse Castillo, that great second baseman -
small depression. Then I startedto I our hero took up the game and make the grade and last week the I worth and tonight's fracas will be .,: first-half of the schedule. I Garage, Administration, Recreation who used to play with the

twenty-eight thousand the I use an iron on the next but I then was the time when we all West lad got the assignmentfour exception, indeed. I.I.I |I I Quintan Lopez and Maximo will American Legion Cuban Club Pirates when they won the city
must have Key I crowd of enthusiastic!' umpire these games. and another team probably the championship four times in suc
thought better so I took a spoon had money. Somebody I A large j jrootera i
largest seen in several years, the I I Ii other ball toners were after !I Only players who have played Wrecking Tug Relief. So it seems cession. lie returned here last
and the ball went true to the pin j what I have not, because my pock- I of the clubs is expected to :j
St. Louis Cardinals, world champions but hit that soft moss-like grass I I'I !'I ets are empty except for a bentI I j!! he in attendance tonight. I II j I in the first-half will be allowed to the second-half race will be justas October playing with the Shcwb

'i in front of the green and stopped..j I nail and a piece of string. That Manager Dutch Hoffman former -;I I Ii J I participate in these contests.LMGUECTANDINGS. good as the first-half. The win- I and Davis: club and he played a

went to victory over the 'I pn the edge. Then I )inE"'up my 1 is my life preserver-use only incase keystone guard of the Cleveland -' GAMES; TODAY : ner of the latter half will play the I good game. This year he has

Pittsburgh Pirates1ry!V '\*ajcorej'of-' ,butt and not mintingJg\ h, short I., of starvation to hook a fish Indians and Boston Red Sox i i : !, champion -Qt.ti4 1 first-half, for Social ,signed to play .with the Tallahassee

,;.1| tapped it'rlPt{ firmly and* it j off some dock. decided that the local' Conch was I|I AMERICAN LEAGUE ;, League' honors-unless the baseball club in the Georgia-

6 to 1., The game rrsplte-: in a liitJLkfe cup.i4wly but/was/ going I * * the most promising of the five I Chicago at St. Louis. same, club.) ris1! }I II both'nalves.!. 'FlorMa League. I hope that he

victory of two wins in the.1 three4W a little too fast and jumped I II But lets get back to Charlie. It and so Chelo just a few days ago i I Cleveland at Detroit. AMERICAN LEAGUE i makes the grade and all his

,,s. *' I|I I out 'Vuf 4Be '< iV one was down seems that Charlie plays for the signed a contract which made him' (Only games scheduled.) 1 Club- W. L. Pct. see by ti<| papers that our friends, which runs into hundreds

game series, and urnsnq4| grcatthrill !j I for a p'ar! Then, on number two I| fun of the game because all the active among the regulars of the i I I. Boston ........4 J ..800L home town boy William Cates, also wish )him a successful career.

for the huge crowd witness. i I laid down 'a brand' new ball (?) talking hollering and even singing I' Tallahassee nine. :I NATIONAL LEAGUE 'I L r Cleveland. 2 .1 .66? played third ba,e for the Sanford ,J _
I: and got a peach of: a 220 yal\ worries him not. Once som 'of Castillo is the third hitter in New York, at Philadelphia. 1 Chi g0..3 2 .600 team on Thursday afternoon 'at The writer has received a letter

ing the great exhibition. :I j I drive, a beautiful brassie; to the the boys started to sing a song, the official line-up and of 12 trips I! (Only game scheduled.) I II Washington ......._...... .2 2 .500 DeLand, Fla. The final score from Tampa, Fla., and the sports
Jerome Dizzy Dean, who was I I I green just to the right of the can while Charlie was driving, with to the plate he has accumulatedseven I New York ....... 3 .500 was 8 to C in favor of Sanford v riter of the biggest Cuban daily

not even slightly dizzy in this :I. rimmed the putt but was! down for the result' that C. II. got the best hits one of which was a perience was: the only thing that I Detroit ..___........-.2 3 .400 and the Key West idol had a per- rcwspaper of that city "La Tra-

game, discarding the title for the I j I a four. Then the next hole I put shot of his career. That cured three bagger and two of which kept him from making the grade. St. Louis ..............-.... 1 2 .333 ]I feet day in the field with two tluccion: ," has promised to arrange
of i' one down past the bunkers and many song-birds playing opposite! were two base hits. I Formerly'Castillo was a member!I Philadelphia .............. 1 4 .200 I j i putouts three assists and no er. for a ferks of three baseball con-
time his first
won game took a number five iron and hit Charlie. Castillo's improvement in the of the Kl'Y'It'st Pirates of the I" the season holding the Pittsburghers that soft dirt in front of the green * * national pastime was noticed by I sand lot league and many times :I I. NATIONAL LEAGUE i' order and hit two safely. This to be played sometime\ in the earlyI

to five hit:. but it skidded up to the hole to1 1 Well, our hero has a very short local fans a year ago when the | he got honorable mention on the Club- W. L. Pet.1 I|i was the first game of the league I I trt of May. It will be well forte

A home run clouted by Arky i I' hit the flag and rested on the edge! t! swing. .says! that is all that is demon second baseman visited this sport pages of local newspapers. Brooklyn ........ 4 2 .667 ,,j j to be played in DeLand and only I : local players to go out and

Vaughan ruined his chances for a for a gimme birdie. Then came necessary.; When he mises a shot city after a short absence! with a i Several times he was awarded the ;.Cincinnati ......-.4 2 .661 : 300 fans turned out for the game. fractice--and be ready yhen the

number four and I took six iron and said shot stays anywhere on team representing Tampa's ama- honor of the most valuable! player- '1: St. Louis ............3 2 .600 't With such a small attendance. it t all comes to go to Tampa. As
shutout. Ripper Collins of the and batted it no.. hit the cloth the fairway he says, "That was a I teur champions. His fielding and I in Key West. Philadelphia _..........-..2 2 .500 I' is not likely that the !schedule will ..very one knows we can win from

Cards also knocked a home run I I flag dropped down by the hole good one. boys!" This remark hitting ability was that of a big The writer along with many! Boston ...........,...........* 2 3 .400 I be played out, and disbandment Ue best of them. If you don't

during the game, matching the one for a gimme two. This made me suffices for others when they miss I leaguer. Three years ago this same others send Castillo congratulations , Chicago ....-................ 2 3 .400 of the circuit may be in order on I Iclieve it. ask Fort Lauderdale,

recorded for Vaughan, which just'I two under p.r." By this time the and a couple of guys can't takeit. boy was given a tryout with the I and best 'wishes for a good I' Pittsburgh ...._........__ 2 4 .833 I July the Fourth. I sincerely hope H ami. South Miami and Shaw and

writer was beginning to doubt the . .they get sore and think Char- Cincinnati Reds but his inex- and successful season. I New York ......._...... 1 2 .333 that this does not happen but if Davis teams.
came in time to dash Dizzy'shopes j i above rtory. Anyhow let's proceed lie is giving them the razzle- I
who was pulling for a rhut- -- --.----.-- __ __ __ n _ _ ,-
with the golf story. ."Then dazzle. .maybe he is.
out score. along and I gota * * *
I number five came : 4
The New York Giants and the j I
drive straight: down the fairway i Charlie does not knock them a ,i, 5'a; .* ,,' .' Iia'
Phillies battled for ten innings in
|! 225 yards. A question wa's whether -:mile but most shots are straight.l: v \5 C :
their efforts for supremacy, with !; to shoot for the green or a lit- ;, His mo't! dependable shots are of '..,' '. ,' S *..

a 4-4 score at the termination of'| tie to the left. I decided to lit itI the run-up variety altho he is goodon ; ar .'. + s Sv
the game which was staged j I I for the green and I got the best those spoons to the green. For

Philadelphia. The Giants hopped shot of my career: the ball hit in rutting he uses! a club that looks *
off to..n 4-to 0 l lead in the first ,, front of' the green, bounced twice 1 like a crutch turned upside down t veiytbing that Science really- knows *: *
two innings with the offerings of. +
hattlt'jll I and rolled into the cup for a but from any angle up to and including
Curt Davis. but the Phils: )i I five is down.
double eagle two on a par 20 feet the put
their way back to finally tie the:.: hole". .By this time the wiiter * about making cigarettes is used jn .
count in the seventh and drove ''i <
was totally overcome and had When Charlie misses you know
Parmelee off the mound. Johnny! fainted but uhon being revivedit he is off his game. He does not '.\ \ :' a

Moore and Mell Ott each knocked was found that the story teller play in the championship class! hut \ '

a homer. I had been reading about Gene when some of the boys are playing \ :""' 1. ...... .....,.... ...)''...;(..N...... .y.,.......: .... making CHESTERFIELDS .
The White Sox defeated the" !', arazen and then !bad. a dreamthat in a tournament they wantC. n. : \;: . ,: .'. ::(':': <<:::5it -.:::::

St Louis club 6 to 5 in ten innings the that H. for and an k ;
playing never
i he was guy a partner
that were loosely played.Rs.kie .'j I score on the focal course. and 111 opponent because he has ruined- : ]ihe cigarette industry ul r .lGGh-n: & MYERS TOBACCO CCX :'

Heau Bell, who clouted J give you one guess as to the guy many a guy who had high hopes ....'. '''', ." '" .
double and I : A have been what it :'-:: .
IS ;
out two single a a who told me this story. 1 of being a winner. 1k never _,: :
home run in five times up put . v." .T

the Browns in the running in the,S Our personal-glimpse tw'av! will i I'! Charlie is O. K. . ... .. ..:.'..-... ; '.',W except for these modern cigarette ,,. .
sixth with his!' four-base blow with' machines. ;:-
f' .
- --
the bases loaded Dykes camel I _ .

home in the tenth !securing the BUSY'i BEES WIN LEGION DOWNS : I: 11': :'' .i. They make good cigarettes and \ .. .::.'.,..:.'. .,, .
necessary run at that time. win- | % : :: :
ning the game for his club. :: smokers know each individual 41 4 ,,, ..:;,e: ?

The New York Yankees FROM TROJANSBASEBALL t CLUBPLAYERS S,,"" ::5..::: I: cigarette receives the most caret <' .- .:';'. :. ..tr...>

triumphed over the Athletics, 4 j :::: : "'.:' :': '
ful inspection.You'd :..
lt : .
to 3. The Yanks got onlv three j < "
r. !
hit in the game, but all three GAME YESTERDAY CONTEST STAGED YESTERDAY .. 'ii . t\-: : hardly believe suchattention '/ ;
'; ... '
raine in the eighth with an error ....,.. .
IN AFTERNOON A LEGION Lt. :'\.:. to detailpoJJtDk unless : .' 4 .
by Bob Johnson to Irdm'ethe- ;, AFTERNOON ':'::: '. ',:- c.,-<,., w .
f} ;; ::"\ could see it with +.r< ', ' ;
winning run. t Y i \ i; i .
j i SCORE OF 16 TO 1 GROUNDS .. you your ;J Sf . ..
: t' >&&S" S . ;
The Detroit Tigers halted the SSt*: 'r'' '" > -'

Cleveland! Indians, to the tone of (By JOVE) (By-JOVE) th ,':;'',II'II1';) ".pwnSel, a' ?' ," k:; "', S .( &" :>. 'C# f
::.:..;.;:: \ .. Vhen the Chesterfield tobacco 4i '" 'i 'i: :
:3 to 2. Monte Pearson, going the Yesterday afternoon at the The American Legion teiijfcate.1 *- : : :: :: ,....; (.:., ,. ." ,<, ttJ -

full route fir the Tribe allowed- N'av ,!tall .field, the tty Bees I the Cuban JClub outfit "In"'I ft h T..O..l'.f -:- : I Lxjomes to1 the, cigarette: .malcing, ,. *. i, it r '4:,rff :' .? '
10 hits but Detroit benched: 1 il " j < ,
Wpwy J { ; : ;f'It.: c -i :)rf.'
in the sixth: and thirte&tth'to' ''iU!f i.l..rc.falJ ex1iihi 'd Jh.. of i.riLall 1 Jiafnondball game played yestortday : :>:..".:'tt;$" micnines, it ha been blended* .s u ':'f.tA-t-t.t';; 1

Svlioollioy Rowe his first victory with the Trojans and easi1y afternoon at the Cegion and cross-blended. S :..; '

of the season. Pytlak knocked a i defeated them bv a ifi to 1 score. ; grounds by a score of 1 to "0. t;
lirmer for Cleveland in the third I Then it is cut into long even Y .
The outstanding players on the. The pitching of McCouIoush, I. \ 0

inning. Baker outfit were: Ma 'g. with': of the Legion anti Bazo, of the *vN," ,' shredsjusttherightslzetosmokc .. :J
The o,)cKC'rlo! defeated thera'f'C. three triples a walk and four runsscored
and burn ( h
/: Club boys was marvelous. Each \" 's" right right.
8-1. The one thing that t ; Armando Acevotlo and \
save.l l a shutout was a homer byBabe Bethel each with a double and a 1 1 dub got three! hits and Garcia ,,"..,". ...;...''-.-.".,' Every Chesterfield Cigarette C s i ; c "';<,: 'S.'W'%;<'f:,:4,

Ruth in the first inniijf. single in three times up. ; (Seaweed), of the Cubans hit a L.,...-,'-,..,"..:::;.. I has to be perfectly made to get e' ia't .iI :i'J':: '
The Cincinnati Reds rallied! and l' For the Trojans. Dick Navarro'triple:; in the sixth with no one .. .I .' :d .f.tijt''
beat the Cuba. 8-4. Paul Derringer hit two singles: in three tries and .. ... "_ by our inspectors. 1' .Ig&t .tt iii ,
{ down and) was left stranded at .' , "
:" } "
went the route for theUf'tls Fruto knocked a triple in two . Until the package : : '
.l third. .<.>>...."'. you open .;;i :M 1..,... .(4. J
nn although touched for1C chances. t >:<
hits including a homer by Fred I In the field Joe Hale and Cyril Davila left fielder of the Club I ;.4--<<:;i.., yourself the cigarettes are scarcely '."::;J''if.{l.;?i;; kf 1J"

Lm.Utrom. fanned 10 batten" Guff looked. J'nod. whilo John I ten, played great. Esquinaldo and r\. touched by human hands.Mild ,:':r; 1t: w4
The !summaries! : : N.\varo and Ca tellano Played! l Bazo also played well. '. ,,'> :..;:,Jt l
NATIONAL LEAGUEAt | well for the Trojan. t For the Lejrionaires Clements, s':. ':>:;: vessQ.s ripe tobaccos, skilled , ..,:V'.+;?:t.' _. ''$

Boston .R. TI. E. Pie Traynor O"ie Fernandez, "w;" .. workers and the most modern I C j :: :

Brooklyn . _ ....:v..... 8 12 0 I son; Henshaw, Hoot. Bryant and 1 Woods and Btrroso played good. ,-l all .: /J1-I.l .
>: : : up-to-date machinery helpto ;
Bo-ton .... ... "h ..'lK5. 4 I ().)(>a. Hartnett. Score by inaings: R. II. E. :t > : ... "": :;
Batteries nge. Zachary xd t; Club .. 000 000 000-0 :3 2, I 3.',<..+"..S..:}:.... make Chesterfield the 4. -:":s'* -" : :

Lore ; Brnn.lt, Frankhouse! Mn.j .'' AMERICAN LEAGUE i Legion .. 000 010 OOx-1 3 1 cigarette that milder the r j 0'r e
gum and Hogan, Spohrer. l At New York R. II. E.| Batteries: Bazo and Sanchez; I
: Philadelphia ._ .h... ___ ::1 6 -McCouIough and Fernandez. II cigarette that tastes -
{ .
At Philadelphia R. H. E. i New. York .. ....._ _... .. 430'j I Summary: Three base hit: L. 1 &'tte7. S v S : a ,.tC .,, ,v Ct'
New York .... _. h'" ....._.. 4 17 1[ {t. Batteries: Dietrich and Foxx; i Garcia; stolen bases: Garcia \ 4 r; 44. 0 aL

I Philadelphia! .. ........ 4 10 1 1 j Allen Alurphy and Jorgens!t. Glenn.t'j Clements, Bazo Fernandez; sacrifice ; :' .:." ... .:fffH./:; >.*.* ,7.1; }'H ;s :. -t:
I (Called at end of tenth on at--j ... j hits: Fernandez, Sanchez. fi: ?i/ 1p
count of Sunday law) {1 At St. Louis R. II. E.I -4 Woods; struck out: by McCou-

!UttM-ie: Parmelee. Smith and I I Chicago ........................ 6 11 2 lough 4, by Bazo 4; bases on ba1ls:

.................... 5 11 2 ,
Mancnso! : C. Davis! E. Moore..JSt.I Louis m. : off Bazo 1, off Mack 1; left OB I : I 4MCl/A.

Han-.en; and Todd.At | Batteries: Kennedy, Vance andi : bases! : Cuban Club 8. Legion 7; : :.: : .:.."; $: t-?i4t . i.s .C'C-.! .
1'Fewell; New"com, Andrews and"1umpires: : Aguilar and Hamlin; 'Swp55N.55

Pitt'burjrh R. H. E.St Hemsley.- time of 1:00.PALACE. : '
j i game: \ 4 gt ; I .t y / r' " yt
Louis .. ..... . 0 11 0 j --- :.:. : ":.. '. .4 S r
1'ittLurgh; __........ h'''''.. 153Butteries At Detroit R. II. E. I t s .+ ,,,\ ,, /4 1% ?tt4' 4x .
: J. Dean and De--I I Cleveland ...........2 10 (0 J t S .,. ; 5r +s' "' ry4t5 ;! r $

)lancey; Hu.h. Swift antI Pa.lden.'-I Detroit .................-.... .. 3 10 1 Leo Carillo.Louise Fazenda, and
1 j Batteries: Tearson! and Pytlak;: Ted Healy in

At Chicago R. II. E. !1 Fischer Rowe and Cochrane. THE WINNING TICKET

Cincinnati _. ............ ........ 811 0;' I Two Comedies and Short Reel

Chicago ............._._.._ 4 16 5J..I Boston-Washington.. postponed. Matinee: 10-15c; Night: lS-25e ilJMWJ,Uccm ft M M to Acco Oi

Batteries: Derringer and Erick. rain. ,
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< ........................a.a ..........eeeeeeee..s....................S ,-West friends, returned yesterda,1] land Adams, who was visiting.

PERSONAL MENTION and is again the guest of ands' relatives: in Miami.
fGRENT Mrs\ Roland Weatherford Jr

i :-: SOCIETY : -: .....-..-.-.-.-.-.-.-....- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- ........................ i' I Mrs. Dolores Delgado left ;yes

Mrs. Paul Adams was an arrival Harry Johnson left Saturday Mrs Mizpah Recio, who was: terday afternoon for Miami Beach
........................................... .... Saturday from Miami and will I afternoon for a visit of several spending several weeks with her I! where she will spend awhile with
emorum: damn stimto ///. tnmk proper to Invite may force
Jto had doltt whether *>. vault themselves into the church. . Into Next Hour Chamber spend a while with relatives. days with friends in Miami. mother, !Mrs. W. U. Saunders and ] her daughter Mrs. D. II. Taylor
to marry Jane A'ortirtip. after all. Melody By other relatives left yesterday for ; who was before marriage Mind Bo-
Her parent art the managing kind, the back of the church. 1 am certainof I
and betide, tkert it tht gentlt that. . quite certain. You need [ Mrs H. Y. Jones of Stuart Proccso Cano was .an arrival 1]i her home in Miami, accompaniedby livia Delgado.

memory....441..of day Leslie hat been llarrit.disrupted Now the ty not upset yourself It is Imperative I Musicians Here On Thursday Fla., arrived Saturday for a visit yesterday for a stay of several her mother. I

fitly rows about attar candle, and that you should not upset yourself." I -- with her brother-in-law and sister! days with relatives before returning Mrs. Thomas Roberts left yesterday -

by tttr the of rectorrefutal the congregation to keep tcho mem-atembla "Next load. shouted Ed Hlnes. I i The second Key West Melody Elizabeth Sawyer, Miss Alice Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Roberts. I to his home in Miami. Representative B. C. PaIt Y.I afternoon for* Tavernierand will
after short 'sit there
for ""'?let meeting ot. '01 the hackman. cheerfully. There was Hour will be held in the Colonial Jenks Margaret Zinaidavon I I I who was in Key West for a brief a *
the church. Rut while at the lat wedding Jane starts it infrogrett. nothing that Jane could do but I i Mietk-Liuba, and the commodore. ::; Miss Anita Wilson of Miami, arrived William Yduate formerly of'j visit Jeft yesterday afternoon by! go to Miami for a stiy with relatives

for the rhurch. beavti/nl GileS< shoulder this latest cross and bear I Hotel on Thursday: at 8 p. m. The program will consist of a Saturday for a visit of sev- i Key West but now making his f,1 I I plane fof Miami en route to Talla-j and friends.
lI.allt.UJtloV'tled/ it. She sat In stony silence during With the approach of hot weatherand pearl&tring of beautiful-melodies. 'eral days with relatives and ,: home in Miami arrived yesterdayfor '' hassee where he is attending the) --- --

Chapter :23! the mile drive while Julia who accompanied -I I throughout the summer, An appreciative audience at the friends a short stay with relatives. I''I session of the Florida Legislature : THEATER
her and her father chatted these affairs will be informal. last concert two weeks ago\pronounced 1 I
I ---
MABEL WEBSTER and explained. : In response to several requests it a tremendous'success. : Major William V. Albury, Florida Reginald Hart o-C the state !I I Katharine Hepburnin

THE first carriage was already In Three carriages preceded the i the Chamber Musicians will present -I Approximately thirty.,..-tickets ,. National Guard who is in command i I plant board, who was spending the i iI i Mrs. Charles Lowe who was attending - -
the District Convention
place under the porte cochfcre.Mr bridal chariot, one followed bearing a number of outstandingpiani.sts are left for the evening of the of the forces on the key, weekend with his family in Miami I LITTLE MINISTER
1 I Order Eastern Star in' Coral'
Northrup and the twins were togo Mrs Clum and the second girl and I of Key West in solo presentations arrived Saturday for a visit with returned yesterday.Mr Matinee: Raloonjr, lOc; Oreh..
the cook. Clippety. cloppety. clip- I 25th.The I Gables, returned yesterday accompanied
In that and it was time to be off. pety. cloppety. It sounded exactlylike I i On the program will Melody Hour will be pre- Mrs. Albury and the children. I I by her mother Mrs. Ro-l its. 15-2Gcs Night 15-25c

But where were the twins? An a funeral. She wished It were a be Miss Rose Appel Miss Beulah sented every two weeks throughout ?. Stone, wife of Florida E. R'i I

hour before their mother had funeral and herself ahead In the I Brantley, Miss Alce Curry Mary the summer .- Ed. Curry, bookkeeper at the Administrator Julius F. Stone, Jr., I I --- -- -- - - -
Monroe Meat\ Market, who with who was in Key West with Mr.
and groomed and brushed _ I
dressed hearse. As they drew near the --"- u__ I
them within an inch of their lives, church Jane asked "Did James Mrs. Curry, was in Miami recuperating -, Stone during the season, left Saturday i

threatening them with unspeakable: know?" i Philatelic Society i iI. Party Of Visitors I from an attack of illness, !. afternoon to join her hus iI

punishments If they dared undo her "Certainly yes most certainly! ," I returned Saturday accompaniedby I. band at Jacksonville I I
handiwork. The twins in long white her father answered. I. Arrange:: Program 'I Arrives SundayAlan Mrs. Curry. -- I I ,.v F aitc ewatartsa H.JatttsatI w'4ja.

sailor suits and gloves (there nad 'I __ I I Mrs. Rica Pcacon was an arrivalSaturday i

been a terrific battle over the sailor TilE quaint little stone church had The Key West Philatelic Society Morris, representing the Mrs. Harry Peacock bfeore ,!i from Miami and i is the i I

nits) were finally unearthed scowlIng turned into an elf-land of will! hold its Spring social gather- Associated Press in Miami and!marriage Miss Leoleen Archer was guest (If her daughter Mrs. Chester -

from the pantry. fairy green and white. There were I ing on Monday. April 29. in the Mrs. Morris were arrivals on the I an arrival Saturday from Miami :; Curry. *
Their mother's threats must have no candles gleaming on the Illy- nature of an informal entertainment plane from Miami\ yesterday and for a stay with relatives and

been taken to heart for they were decked altar, but at each pew stooda at the society's headquar-. will spend a few days in Key West friends. I :Mr. and Mrs. Paul Gibson. It costs
till incredibly immaculate,although man-high ivory candle; there was ters. 708 Eaton street. | enjoying a'vacation. I money
I I | mother, Mrs Henry Watkins and
their hair was in the usual tousled no other light except one shaded Musical presentations, songs, In the party with Mr. and Mrs Mrs. Maria finder left Satur- .
brother, who in Miami with
state. Mrs. Clum flew upstairs aftera electric light over the organ. humorous poems and a number of MWris were J. S. Beale, U. P. day afternoon for Four Oaks N. were NOT to paint>< roofs!
'Paul Gisonhile! hc rrns.
and smoothed the James, standing gloomy but deter &. uadef, f.I1\\
brush and comb '
outstanding surprises promises an representative In Miami
who is
C., to spend; a while with her son-
Jan[ operation on the threat, returned 's
evening of gaiety in keeping-with also and' i1. '. .. bpi ;uses+su &$ ,
vacationing Fer
",",," ,ic\r\ ,,,,,,,,,=.;,..f'' '.'1'"j" ," Harry in-law anj dapjrliter.'Mr.iand Mrs. yesterday j + y
- iG .E3Ar Ff rx s kit. the traditional' success of Tt'nts! Juson.Vashinjtton representativeof ( Chester Alle Shewas accompanied I' ;. y- 'l (I 1' trjq :
- sponsored. by the Key West Philatelic the United Press; tcii j he destination by her getting old and you don't

Society. son. Hamilton! Pi der. f. .-Willard Russell: senior bordtr t Dtiy"' roof protection pow, you are sure topay'heavily
Tickets of admission" be:' r patrol officer, U.'. S. immigllat i1\! \
. : j may To 'Plan/ Rehearsals [ Wrst, return Zs baSr for 'repairs or a new
oLi uittd, frau all il W.lw..c.lhe i \
For EntertainmentPlanning Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Uiekcr, tcrday from a business visit to roof a little later.Moreover .
7 The will
t .
"+ .7f0 iR2 AvN'F''ni'.vi vl ; iYs' : rsociety. .entertainment( j tiie
two'years purcjiasen}
t. y who ago, ..
V commence at(\[ 8* pn JJsPiesident & :I Kemp home on Flagler 'Avenue- : ,.. \i" :4 a P" I F
'and Margaret Zinaidavon for rehearsals for the 1 the water may get through some

t 1 Mietk-Liuba will be the host minstrel show to be staged by theo and West.spend left Saturday their winters for their in sum-Key J I, arrival Mrs. from W. W.Miami Thompson yesterday! was for an L stormy night and damage wall paper, furniture,
and hostess at this informal ''
gathering.The very American Legion will begin tonight mer home in Hallom Penn. a visit with her daughter Sister I fixtures machinery, or products which cost

program will be presentedby when W. II. Jeffrey widely Celeste at the Convent of Mary hundreds or thousands of dollars.

members of the Philatelic So- known theatrical man, will meet Miss\ Roe Mary Bethel, daughter ;: Immaculate.

f,.. t ( ( ciety and other local talent. 1 with those who will take part. of Mr. and Mrs. Dall.eit Bethel i --- There is no insurance against this kind of
IGI. I left Saturday afternoon for Lloyd Roberts: of Nassau! was
:j i Mr. Jeffrey- in i particularlyanxious ; West Palm Beach, to make her j 1 an arrival by rail yesterday from loss. And when you have paid for it you still

I l Carbonell Going I that all who will lend I I home with her sister, Mrs. Macic i Miami and is the guest of Mr. and have an old root:

:;: To Atlantic Beach their efforts to make the minstrela I Larsen. J Mrs. Wesley Pinder at 1418 Angela -

F ._ ( a I success will meet with him between 1 i street. But -coat your roof and you have protect
Louis Carbonell. orchestras 7 and 8 o'clock tonight in t Mrs\ J. A. Cain and two chil- tion from damage and a roof that wears like

,..wwC I leader and entertainment director the legion hall. dren, William Austin and James' !, Miss Helen Remsen. who spentr ;

at Habana-Madrid Club, will : All members and others who I Hubert, who were guests of the winter season in Key West,," ft new one for many years to come.

6 leave on the afternoon train for are interested in making the showa I mother, Mrs. W. II. Trout at the left about two weeks ago for hei SOUTH FLORIDA CON. & ENG. CO.
s Olivia street, for several > home in Rye New York, and or
ty ? Y ?sas Atlantic Beach, to fill his yearly success are requested to attend,home on II R
rontract at that popular summer i the meeting. Those who arc to' weeks, left Saturday afternoon for. living decided she wanted tc' PHONE 598 White & Eliza Sts.

resort I. take part will be asked! to par-Il the home in Kissimmee. stay another month with her Ke y,1 "Your Home I. Worthy of The Best"

.r. Mr. Carbonell will take up his e I ticipate in a general plan for outlining _._---- ------ -- ----
? work there on May 15 and remain the plans for rehearsals and
!: until September 20 after I the production.

which he expects to return to the

The twins were unearthed from the pantry. Habana-rMadrid for the next winter ment which .Mr. Carbonell has pro-

season. lie will join his wife vided the patrons of the lIabaoftI CASH
Offending locks quickly and efficient mined within the shadow of the door Aqe2 : FOR YOUR
and baby in Nevs'York. Madrid has done much to make
ly. that led from the church to the sea I
The good music and entertainToday's the club a success.
"Do you want to kiss me good- try found himself saddened almostto I
asked her brothers. tears by the softly played organ
? Jane
bye -- - ---------------- -- --
"Why Nate Inquired "Aren't music, the beauty the fragrance. ......... OLD TIRES
you coming hack?" Norris chimed in. He had just kissed his Aunt Sarah .oe..f COLOR EFFECTS

"Aren't they terrible?" Jane appealed goodbye and she had choked and Horoscope

gaily to the sympathetic mul- hurried away. Nappy stood just be- .... ..ee..a....!:. ROOFA IF YOU'RE DRIVING on old worn tires sell them
titude, with a little gesture of mock hind him with his coat and shining I UNUSUAL

exasperation. "Well, kissing is free brand new topper. Nap was to nip There may be too great ambition 'N to us. We need them-all sizes. :We pay highest
in this house. Run along and for around and meet the wedding partyas a too strenuous reaching after j i
it came out but he refused to cash
Heater's sake try !o behave. prices.
something too remote for the I! process which deposits a layer -
At last everything was ready. withdraw his moral support until the
"Now, Mother remember you are last possible moment. inherent powers If you dare to ; of cork on the has underside been of Don't take chances with thin-worn tires. Equip now
shingles perfected -
not to cry" was Jane's final admonition "Holy Mackerel, look at the crowd. hitch jour wa,oa to a star you asphalt
erybody) In town but the halt and must not grumble if you get hurt j i! by a leading roofing manufac- with new Firestone Tires and get the extra blowout
the blind is with us tonight. whispered I II turer. These shingles combine
"I won't. Mrs. Is'orthrup promised you fall. Yet the aspiration i
tearfully as she went out the door. I Bud Howard, the best man, of this degree may be its saving i weather protection and roof insulation protection of Gum-Dipped Cords and the addednonskid
"How about ? How about who had been In conference with theclergy. in one unit which can be
me jour combined
character if with judgment of the Firestone
old daddy?" asked Mr. Northrup I "It will take a posse of policemen to know when you have i applied at one labor cost. They I II mileage heavy, rugged : _
pompously. with guns to shoot the way I have an outer surface of durable I II Tread.
reached the end of your abilities.
"Dut you're going with me." Jane clear for the bridal party. slate that is fire-retarding and :

cried gaily. "As if you'd dare right "I hope they shoots and shoots ........................ I weather-proof; and the under sur- Come in today.(
under my awful e'Co" the lot of them that weren't Invited face of cork is said to keep the -

deader-n a year-before-lasl's fur CLASSIFIEDCOLUMN home cooler in summer and warmer EXTRA VALUES

THERE was a ripple of laughter at I ('oatNappy hissed viciously. Nappy in winter with resulting savingin
playfulness. All was joyousness was as one with the Northrup In .
: ; .1 I fuel costs.t ,. IN EVERY PRICE CLASS
accepting as sacrilege the machina- :
and affection and tenderness
,a \. .h .ptn ,Flpd yavctthe: .
; the emotion charged It Is true'l tions which threatened the dignity" i a.,......,..n., ..... ...........I of attractive appear.ji&eM lP .tuta.- 'I l -k Ol. jig-t.! JU
with tears, but the more of this): particular ceremony; \ \ iiVJ'iVlrS'thHck't' they cast "(.miii .r6 4o"A) 1 bsA F.
all that. Temporarily( at least Ma he! I -That's an Idea," James replied j ROOMS I IMUNRO"Rooms' i' u I.m. SIZE PRICE Hi '- I .
shadowHMsand manu-
Webster and her Machiavellian chicanery absently. lie did hope that. Jane 'I! deep colors which 1", ,tJ..I'' CENTURY ploG1t1Ss lJL IJ.
blotted 1 wouldn't mind that she had cheeredup "THE unexcelled I fjictuied' :several .., 4.40.21 $ 7.i5- ,
were completely out ,in combin- ".., : ___..._ Senek thD\tY\35
and forgotten It was almost as Jane I since that telephone talk. She.had in 'price and location.128Nn =an betted singly or ., I .. ,'', The Value .
had dreamed. hung up on him then. He could not 4th Street Miami,-Fla. I i tion to produce practically :any ,IIVII. ..': Buit, to, answer the demands of

"Did you know It was prayer meet imagine why. He hadn't said a word apr4.16txPIANO desired ,color effect 52518.__.____ 10.05 motorist for&Ryroul Protection,
Ing night) ?" the twins spat at her. that he could think of. . I
and shot through the door after their But there was Aunt Sarah coming TUNING CARD OF THANKSWe 5.5.18.( ...______ 11.35 Non-Skid Safety and Mileage at

mother. down the aisle on Jackson Crowell'sarm. moderate cost.

Prayer meeting night? Prayer And there came the Judge I PIANO TUNER Laureano Mo- wish to extend our thanks t"a

meeting night?"Father, it Isn't true? shepherding; his political flock. The reno. Excellent piano for sale to those who in any way assisted
It Isn't possible?" Jano cried tragi Judge walked gingerly, conscious cheap. 1018 Division street. during the recent illness; and deathof TirtotttOLDFIELD

cally. that if he took a long breath his old mar20-lmo our beloved one, Mrs. SarahE. 4.4021.6.65

The purple staining her father's dress suit would split across the Demeritt. To Rev. E. R TYPE

already ruddy cheeks, the vengeful back. Ho had bought that dress suit I FOR RENT Evans, the donors of the beauti- 525.17_____ 8.95 The tire that taught thrift to Jssa17
glint In Wa eyes that regarded the in London thirty years before and and those who
ful floral offerings million It
gives long dependable
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rouin not himself to with I
bring part the
carriage which sheltered his sons an- ; BICYCLES- by gave the use of their cars, we are
service price within the reach
swered Jane better than words. it. Week. ssa19.( 10.60
Hour, Day or Repair indeed grateful. We assure one -.---- 1
"But surely they're not going to "There's Aunt Lou and her cohorts all makes and paint them with and all that their kindness will of alL
have prayer meeting at my wed In the front row of the gallery Nu-Enamel.: We carry a full be forgotten. I
ding?" Jane wailed. ," Bud pointed out. "And my supply of parts. Agent for the I THE FAMILY.i .
"Now. Jati", don't be an Idiot. sainted cats! I ask you? Am 1 see RoIlCast and Dayton Bicycles apr22-lt SIZE PRICE 'Vi retone \
ing things? If that Isn't Mabel Web- .
Julia Millard said quickly. "Of i
And sell them as low as $5.00 I
course they're not going to have ster you can strike me dead. down and $1.00 week. We 4.4021.$5.50 SENTINEL TYPE ,

$prayer meeting until after the cere- "It's that she polecat big as life. per used I 6.40 A quality tire in the lower price
mony." Nappy put In. "Well I will say she's Buy and Sell all makes of 4.75-19_____

"But there's something you'rekeeping got spunk. But polecats generallyhas. Bicycles. Phone 276. J.Duval R. I II ". 5.25-18T_ 7.60 field. Designed and.'built to

back, keeping from me."My ." ." I Stowers company 515 give sturdy service at a Tar
i street. apr9-tf I 5.50-19___._._._. 8.75 ;
(child control yourself, yes Copyright. HSS. Mated U. Farnkam economical: cost.
control yourself. It only means thata I I', ..
Tomorrow James and Jan have I FOR SALE ,
few . did notToday's 'J
people a few you "word*"_n their wedding day. "

-- | FOR SALE-Four lots on Coun-

.... .. .. Road Casa Marina Well meaning people often
.o..se. U \'a..5 ty
Morgantown years
i; ; ; ;; I I Hotel and the beach. Apply advise parents of 'cross eyed .40-21..______ $5.08 COURIER I TYPE

BirthdaysThorwald ago. it t j J. W. V. R. Plummer: 1101 children to "Let them alone", 4.50.21_________ 5.60 For those car owners who need

.............a._.. .....1 Richmond Fleming street. apr20-6tx maybe they will out-grow it. the safety of new: tires at a very
Ellen Glasgow of 47519. 5.92
This is an error. We NEVER _.._.__.
:N; >H erg. former Rrg-i i Va., novelist born there 61 years j I WANTED "out-grow" Far-Sight. It IN- 3R-"JIL-______ 4.33 low price, the Firestone Courier
istcr of Cop: n hb. born at Mani-: : ago. I I CREASES with age. Type has no equal.PAUL'S .

tottoc, Wis., 83 years: ago. I WANTED chance to bid on Proper glasses will correct

1 Major General Dennis E.: Nolan, your next printing order. The this condition without medicineor I
Dr. George; F. Zook, director t.:
U. S. A., born at Akron N. Y., Artman Press. aug7 surgery.
the American Co nail on Education SHOP
C3; Come in for TIRE
former U. S. Commissionerof : years, ago. a com-
PIANO TUNING examination.
Education: born at Ft. Scott, -
It Dr. Oliver M 1. W. Sprague, lIar. RAYMOND CURRY Manager
Kans., 50 years ago. card professor of banking and PIANO TUNER, Laureano Mo DR. J. A. VALDESOrtkofon ,

r.ishop William F. Anderson otNorthfiell. finance, former financial adviser reno. Excellent piano for sale II :Soft-Lite Lic.B e. FLEMING AND GRINNELL STS. PHONE 65PAGE

Minn., retired Metho- I to the President, born at Somer- cheap. 1018 Division street. 532 Dual. $tr..t .

dist Episcoral clergyman, born at I yule, Mass., 62 years ago. apr22-lmo ,


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