The Key West citizen

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The Key West citizen
Place of Publication:
Key West Fla
The Citizen Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
April 30, 1935
Daily (except Saturday)[<1958-1995>]
Daily[ FORMER <1908-1909>]
Daily (except Sunday)[ FORMER <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 68 cm.


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
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The Key West Citizen (Key West, Florida) published its first issue in 1879 under the direction of Walter Thompson. Throughout the years, the Citizen combined with several other local papers and in 1905 became a weekly operated by Thomas Treason Thompson, Walter Thompson's cousin, and his business partner Macy B. Darnall. Two years later, Thompson and Darnall joined forces with publishers of the Inter-Ocean, another local paper, to form the Citizen Publishing Company and publish the combined, newly formed six-day-per-week edition of the Key West Citizen. In 1912, L.P. Artman Sr. bought the paper. He set out to modernize its journalistic style and began printing it on a Linotype machine. The paper continued publishing under his direction until 1954 when he passed away and his son, Norman D. Artman, took over as publisher. This paper has classified itself as Democratic since its inception but always vowed to provide unbiased news. The Citizen is considered a "paper of record," having outlived most other local newspapers during times of war, peace, and prosperity. For decades, the Citizen has prided itself on being the "southernmost newspaper in the USA" and has been a member of the Associated Press. The paper's aim has remained "advancement of the interests of Key West and Monroe County." From the 1920s to the 1950s, the Citizen covered major national and international news topics of the day, including the attack on Pearl Harbor and World War II, the Great Depression, and affairs in Cuba, with which Key West has close business relations. On a statewide and local level, the Citizen included reports on the development of the railroad system in Florida, the fishing industry, and the Everglades National Park. It featured recurring columns for local sports, news related to "society" and "improvements for Key West advocated by the Citizen." In 1953, the newspaper introduced the "Colored Community News" and "Notas Cubanas," both recurring sections. Colored Community News was edited by Winifred Sands Johnson and appeared weekly, typically, as a full page dedicated to news and social events in the local African American community. Notas Cubanas was a column published by Raoul Alpizar Poyo. Every column covered a different topic related to Cuba and/or the local Cuban community and was published in Spanish. Key West, Florida, is the southernmost city in the continental US. Although there are accounts of the island from as early as the 1740s, there was no permanent settlement until around 1821 when Florida became a territory of the United States. The island, however, was not incorporated until 1828. In 1815, the Spanish governor of Cuba deeded Key West to Juan Pablo Salas, who sold the island to John W Simonton in 1822. Simonton divided the islands into plots and sold three to John Mountain, John Whitehead and John Fleming; the four are considered the "founding fathers" of Key West. The location's importance for shipping necessitated both a military and legal infrastructure. In 1828, the United States government established a federal court to adjudicate admiralty disputes. Early in its establishment, Key West was home to substantial Bahamian and Cuban populations. In the 19th century, Bahamians fished, turtled, and traded throughout the area. Travel and communication between Key West and Cuba were a common occurrence. Cubans migrated to the town during political upheavals of the 1850s, the Ten Years War (1868-1878), and the Cuban War for Independence of 1895. In the late 19th century, Cubans established substantial cigar-making operations in Key West. Historically, the city's economy was based on salvaging shipwrecks, salt manufacturing, cigar making, and fishing. Henry Flagler's Florida East Coast Railroad expanded to Key West in 1912 and connected the Keys and mainland Florida until its rail lines were destroyed by a hurricane in 1935. It was later replaced with the Overseas Highway, an automobile highway spanning 42 bridges that today serves as an extension of US Route 1. Key West also played a significant role in military efforts. Naval Air Station Key West traces its history back to the arrival of Captain David Porter and his "Mosquito Fleet" of the American Navy, which began operation from the island in 1823. Key West was held by the Union during the Civil War and became an important supply point for the Union Navy in its efforts to blockade Confederate Florida. The island also served as a center of military activity during the Mexican-American War, the Spanish-American War, World War I and World War II. Additionally, the base has functioned as a training facility during non-wartimes.
Additional Physical Form:
Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Cf. N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.:
Began in 1879.
General Note:
"Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).

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I MISS ,L SAWYER,. 'Senate Committee Favors Gomez -

Sholtz Names Everglades Only Few'Elements Of Present : Political


National Park Commission; I Resolution For Consolidating Situation
i I. QUEEN CONTEST I Enough To oDe Accepted

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William R. Porter And IRESOLUTION BY .I -- I i tFatts :Bearing On National Campaign

BY ISLAND CITY j Oae of the bill. referred to in the third to be appointed by the

Norberg Thompson Are!! I secretary of the interior. The last __ _
GOMEZ the communication of State Senator I I -
1 ,I I named to look after the interestsof

Two Appointed As Mem-I ENDED YESTERDAYMiss Arthur Gomez published in I I I national the large government investments in Key of West.the;! Would Change; Rules Of f Senate i f I One UniversallyAcceptedBelief

bers Of Commission Illr Afe. *Ultd Pram) I The Citizen yesterday, has been The bills to be introduced on :

I TALLAHASSEE. April 30. Lois Sawyer was declared favorably i iI reported by the Senate or about !May 19, thirty days after 1 To Curb Tongue Of I I Is Roosevelt Will

-The Senate Constitutional winner of the contest for (May t I II publication in The Citizen on Huey; Long II I Be Renominated As
I I Constitutional Amendments Com- April 19, propose to give to Governor
ply iKMM-iitlril 1'rr..lTALLAHASSEE Amendment Committee IttI Queen which was conducted by: Sholtz the power to remove : - n._ ___ I I
April 30. I I the Island) City Young I'eoplelo'lI mittee. See the Associated Press from office any or all officials : I Ii II I Democratic Candidate

-Governor Dave Sholtz to-I night reported favorably on 1 I Union and ended yesterday.At telegram in another column of this whether elective or appointive of i, Expert On Parliamentary: HOMESTEAD TAX !i r
| Senator Arthur Gomez resoI I the conclusion: of the countit II III the city of Key West. A second I I
day announced the appointment in... and third to ratify the action of Procedure Makes Effort' By BYRON PRICE
found that Miss
of the Everglades Na-i' lotion .allowing consolidation was the city council and board of MEASURE PASSESIn : (Chlrf' of II.r..... The A.... elated
I I led the others Miss Edna Mae !! This is the resolution allowing! I !'! To Tame I.r.. "....'.111...
I' county commissioners surrendering Solon Hailing
tional Park Commission to of Key West and MonroeI Thompson and Miss Roberta i! I The newspaper reader who
i consolidation- the ehy'Ian.' .vn- I to'the governor all legal pow- '
direct acquisition of lands in I I County. I Matcovitch\ by'a safe majority.Miss I'l ;'eriJ r'tbesebodicS'er ', it is understood. !! From Louisiana a wire received this afternoon finds himself bewildered by tbeeolt.fuliaf'
I Thompson anl1\lissMalco-> ty and doe iTK>'tenj> notice': : !' drawn' by'Admlnistrator( II'II'I
Southern Florida to be turn- by The Citizen from' welter of present-day
-- --- > Stone
!l Julius F. Jr. I -
vitch will I
be attendants
to Miss
to bep ublished-before its'presen-, .
ed over to the Federal Government -'TELEPHONE! UNIT" Sawyer when the coronation cere- 1 i Vl Author'"Resolution !,f! t I.' By" HERBERT PLUMMER I State Senator Arthur Gomez political headlines may claim at
tation' for actiorf">of 'Administrator ,
Stone also IIt .
for the proposed I was' .t..orhted Praa least this consolation: he'' has
monies take place :5 o'clock tomorrow I at Tallahassee, he states that I
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park. i GREATLY PLEASED afternoon at Bayview' Park .t.ure.' \1I ,|.!'ivould'rdtirolidate\ the city and',:' the senate had just passed plenty of..i.ti..i.l1ed i company.

The park area includes In connection with the coronation I While it is shown in .the. tl'I!-'''r, governments, it is said.! :: expert on-parliamen.tary I The plain truth is that even tae!
I WITH BROADCAST the following program will r i gram that the constitutional Relative ti"these several bills'' procedure-Bennett Champ Senate Bill No. 33, allowing i l
large portions of Monroe mcst experienced and astute of
be presented: I amendments committee last night Senator Gomez in The Citizen of: Clark of Mi..ouri-haa taken the payment of delinquent homestead t!
Collier and Dade counties. acted on the resolution, there is March 18, gave his views on mat- I the politicians do not know what
: "Spring Is a Lovely Season"Song no indication( when it will be ters pertaining to them and con,:. field to try something older and 1 t, taxes in ten annual in- !i iI
Governor Sholtz said OFFICIALS WHO CAME TOi to think.
ap- by third! grade. I I i
brought before the state\ bodies as eluded his column interview with I I! ttallmait. !
more experienced I
senators have
pointment of the commission -i i i KEY WEST TO TAKE PART "Hide i a Cock Horse"-Dance :: a whole for action. thee words: ; They do rot know the real extent -

I I by second grade. The letter from Senator Gonll'z.I' "1 have indicated to Governor attempted and failed. The vote was thirtythreeto i 1 i
was requested by Secretary LEFT I' ot recent defections from
i IN I I
I: "Spring suges"-Sollg by which was published yesterday,' Sholtz and Julius F. /j|I lie is out to curb the tongue of four. !(
of Interior Harold I' YESTERDAYI third t i I was dated April 24, mailed out on Stone, Jr., that I, as a repre. I!i President Roosevelt they can only
Ickes. ;i I I'I'I : grade. I!'April 25 and was received in this ,: sentative of the people of i i Huey Long of Louisiana while he I :,
I "Point Lighlly"-Dance by sec-r; '' I I guess at the actual strength of tho
office late Saturday afternoon. Mdiroe County, look to them I! is the floor I
I ; on of the senate.
Commission is composedof I I II ond grade. Hence it could not be published i!i with admiration and appreciation i REDUCTION IN various left-wing.uprisings, and
I I C:. Huffaker of Jacksonville, Robinson j
Thomas Pancoast Miami Saxophone Solo-Icl IVood.t !. until yesterday. '' for what they have done j i of Arkansas, the
and M. K. Wilkins, of Miami, officials In interviews with of and when | 1: they have no idea what the re-
I Dallce-Rosemary Carnes. a number for us, and if legislation democratic leader has resorted to 1 FERRY TRIPS !
Beach; Mrs. T. V. Moore, : of the company who were! "II i'h Lilt DanceCoralie citizens The Citizen has: learned.j: by them is presented to |I publicans, will do in 1936.
I| there are !some who are not in me which will further their j everything from trying to out-
; Earnest Coe, Miami; ;here to take pan in the broadcast Schrader and Lilian Ackerman. I I I WILL BE MADE s i Only a few element of the
favor of the "Three able direction and supervision
proposed shout
,,. the Louisiana
Mrs. W. S. Jennings, Jacksonville Iof!,' the American Telephone and !I I Song-Helen Curry. I I Man" form of government following -' of our affairs I shall be more "kingfish" to: situation; stand out clearly enoughto
Minuet-Billy Cates, HuthieStrieker ,'
; President Hamilton l!! Telegraphernoon Company Sunday aft-I, John Ann the consolidation! of the city than ready to cooperate to personal invective'without any be recognized as facts: by all
Bearup, Betty
I '; Pierce. snd county. i that end always, of course, !,|: measurable success. The withering -:' TO BECOME EFFECTIVE SUNDAY schools of political planners.One .
Holt of Rollins College, Win- from Key West were very i i iI I There are some who prefer the with the crnsent and approval I i I I
!!! J JI i May Pole-Gladys Russell. Alee I I |: sarcasm of Glass of Virginia: AND AC-! is the universally accepts)
ter Park; William R. Porter, :I much pleasvd with the results of/ present form of government to I I I of the people. MONDAY
Curry Clara Yates, Norma Yates, belief that Mr.\ Roosevelt will" '
| another untried plan and still others It i is in line with the last wordsof has been The t !
j jI unavailing.
Key West; J. W. Hoffman, I I the program. l Minnie Knowles, Mary l'elton,1Nellie I who are agreeable to a consolidation the above paragraph that the at.1 I CORDING TO ANNOUNCE.I I renominated as the democrats

#'. St. Augustine} ; A. L. Cuesta, I i i I I Discussing,; i Jthe program with i Johnson Louise, Eleanor Rusfell, Jennie Cleo Mae I! of the county and city,senator is asking the people of :t tempts of a half-dozen -others_. MENT MADE. ,_*-,._ , :candidate next_year. ,_K _.,

Jr. |I The Citizen yesterday, these officials : Etheridge , under the city manager form' ol 'j; Key West: and Monroe 'county to have been as futile. j ji j I Another is the convictionthe
Tampa; John O. Shares,I 'I I Kemp Mary Cleare and Louise!" government. express their views on the several '
[ fait! that at first there were Ketchum. II The robust only hope of the
I I i
Sebring; Norberg Thomp-'. : I "Three Man" Government bills: that he may be guided in his i i young Senator|i Reduction in the number of
a number of interruptions and i i The proposed form of "Three!! future actions and conform to the Clack, however son; of the former]; j lies in the attainment of a ui:| y

ton, Key West; Lorenzo !; faulty audition but in a short time :. NEW SHIPMENTS I 1 Man" government provides for the wishes of his constituents It is''': speaker of the house under Wil-I[ scheduled ferry trips on the Over'tea ') which does not now exist.A .

Wilton of Davenport, andD. reception became clearer and this election of one; the appointmentof ruggested that all who are interested son's\ administration, would '' Highway coveting the water!'! third is the indication V\\

condition lasted throughout the .1 another by the governor and write today. : go gipj between No Name and Low. the chances all are against aJ
Graham Copeland of the : I i OF PINEAPPLES .I I II : about it in a different way. Ii ]I 1 cr Mat?cumbe Keys was announced effective union of the various i
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progiam.i i His plan is to "crack down"
Everglades. i i on dependent groups which are tall
i They both declared the broadcast I Huey once and for all by changing :: today. They! will become ef- ing BO loudly of independent aJ
They appointed the fcctive Sunday and Monday.
were fruitsevery
be complete success
to a NINETEEN CARLOADS COME !I the rules of the senate. I, tion in the coming campaign.
Governor said, because they I standpoint and the entire 'I The reductions were recommended I Canvass Of Sentiment Seen
IN LAST NIGHT AND UNITES SPANISH AND SICILIAN LINES Would Protect President by Norberg Thompson, director -, Beyond these rather elemental!
of the moot ttupendou -
have shown an active interest piogram; one Specifically, Clark, for four
; attempted. I WERE SENT NORTH of the ferric:!, who agreed'several conclusions few politicians am
in the creation of the > ever |I 1 j I years parliamentarian of the weeks to take over' willing to go, unless they are talk
i! These officials left for their re-I for publication and for political .
house, parliamentarian of theI ing
11l.tive homes yesterday after- I By "apple" of Spanish royalists'eyes that work for the Key effect.
s I noon. Victor F. Lowe, district Another shipment of pineapples:J PARIS, April 30.-A romance I He i in the youngest living I democratic national convention in ministration. His recommendations'were :' There is no certainty for instance -

I! of the in Miami,' the third of the season, was re- j of vanished: thrones has linked son of Alfonso XIII of Spain,!i 191G and compiler of several based on the decline iu auto ; what soil of campaign,
FOR manager company last
irriud from Cuba night on
1 ..
p manuals on parliamentary law, : Roosevelt will find! it advisable
two royal exiles--one a princesswho traffic the ferries, since the Mr.
who officiated at the microphone the Ferry Palma, for transfer at but the marriage of his two elder on
i iI i West and north. ( desc ads from Sicilian kings I brothers I I,i I. would rewrite Rule 19 to include iloie of the winter tva..o.i. j to make-whether he U: like-
SERVICES GIVEN in Key; West left over the highway j| Key shipment to women not of royal : ly to incline to the right or the
i The shipment last night was re- the other heir of the former king lank the president so that the chief executive Sunday, two Icicles \vul operate -
caused them to
for Miami yesterday. ] I relinquishi left adopt middle course cal.
I i or a
I !j, rived in 19 cars and transferred II of :i: could be protected from southward from Lower )late-
i Spain. ,i their rights of succession and left culated to please aU but the extremists -
I to :'W;: refrigerator cars. A shipment i, unwarranted attacks-and slanders: cumbe Key and one boat will op1 '
The engagement pairing Prin- him heir to the throne. I IThe' I I 1' on both sides.
No Name
For theirervicps rendered! : of 20 last Friday night crate northward from
THOMPSONCOMESi' cars cess Marie de las !Mercedes; de,I', '( I Rule, 19 rf'adsat, present;.. j Lower It is a highly interesting"""erf-
t Irr'knte
without charge t'j'tio.'tl \\tiaiisfeired to 40 refrigerator :(' r born Juneugyp, Ke'errie3 will leave
in examination : ., ,
i Bourbon Orleans ari'll' the i In'ante..', ; :: ,1 Otl. 1 ,K'Nvi senator in debatqaball, diVeetly cumstance: that -democratic:, head
:, given the |1'lIIjll| of the HERE YESTERDAY !: tnd another of seven cars, (I Juan youngest'living'son\ j oft"''Al. i1J113/; ,s'\ HrlaJtlt! *? half ,,y ats:e; hay form Matecumbc''the at U a. m. and 21k.*: will m., quarters, i ycpntmpjatinjc Atr.itt.i',, ,
I two weeks' transferred to ; o'r indiroctlyaby and northbound ferry
was :
Junior Senior High: School I. of Key I ago ,rf; nM>[ XIII unites:princely; "pair y'OI'ngOl'ldhanhiS': 'pro sp o'tirhlc tematic ,canvas( of sentiment_ II}jo
another leave No Name Key at 9 a. in. |
I to' sen-
I 12 icfrigcrators. of words impute
Wet Dr. J. A.: Vaj'des' ; and Id. J. III total of 91 pf" ,: whose family branches run intp\ +, 9F0' it "+ rr3J; ,. 'da 'I I I,1'u t ; I 1, Effective Monday the ferry willlate f lind! out juLt'how much the prefie!
This makes cars
a at least four countries which have, "I II" _' i Ins *;e ,1) 'a I[/itojr/oV/ tp other! senators'any; ? con- lent' popularity has suffered 1,-
C Santhci hate been commended : shipped from West No Name Key, norUtL MIa /
: INJURIES the fl uit Key
TO BE TREATED:::: FOR L3ni 'I' "I or un- Seldom has there been
.durt, !! cently.1
in letterfrom, the ParentTeacher -t:'I RECEIVED IN AUTO /1 1'I to distributing the beginning, joints i of in, the'season.Another the north'nice ) I hl't(1t1J' I 'IU g ;"HI t'\ iG CEORGOYLE.;: 1 becomingUa1/ \ !,senator.> i, I southbound{If, a. m., and, at Lower 2 p. m.Matecj The mbe fer-,'" political headquarters,,which MCa

Association> of this:: school. I'I shipment is expected this 1 I { .e'M. tar -tarred 1 He would also take a leaf from' lies will cover the entire distance : political headquarters which

At the regular monthly meeting -', ACCIDENT ON KEYS afternoon. IPrincess.i who"liveInithTer parents RETURNS HOME I the rules book of the house gov-, I between the two keys eliminatingthe seemed more sure of itself in gen

of the association it was decided :I .-- here is the daughter of the,I i erning the question of personal 13-mile stretch of highway eral; yet it is beginning to winder
I Infante Carlos de Bourbon, son!i. { privilege-one of Huey's favorite aulo'uU making(: and is taking steps to find
" utilized by
(that letters would 1 be sent l > now
< '> Cillurt i Thompson was an arrival ;. STR. CUBA HAS of the Prince and Princess of Ca.! I,'''flrin( board's for plunging into connections between (Hog Key or. out. what all the shooting amountsto.

the e optometrists. i in recognition yesterday from I lamorada fur serta de Bourbon deux Siciles.So .I I HAD BEEN IN HOSPITAL FORi I. an attack on his political foes. : Marathon, and Grassy Key. i .
of' then :-civii-es and Mr. Ma J. she descends from the kingsof lit the house when n member, Both party headquarters wonM
I be made at Hog Key'three \
medical% treatment for injuries re- 93 TREATMENT FOLLOW
Krnneilv.! tinicoretary, was so the Two iciles.. who reigned I feels he has been aggrieved he times a week Saturdays. like to know too, how much thereis
ni-truc'ted. ceiunl in an automobile accident: .in the Mediterranean island until I I Ii ING ACCIDENT must! explain exactly how he has and Thursdays, for the behind the claims of the vari-

:I on the ke>'s. I Ij I II I i i Garabaldi broke things up and.! I I ': been injured before he is permitted accomodation Mondays, of the few people ;: ous left-wing leaders. There is; a.

s .Mr. Thomp-on and two com- Steamship Cuba, of the P. and the people voted to be annexed I i .JI to speak. The Speaker derides -: living at Marathon. Automust!! be : rurprising divergence among the

VISITORS GREATLY f j i t panioiisere in an automobile i I (1. S. S. company arrived yesterda to Italy. j I i I George Coyle, member of : whether or not his injury is on the slip, however for unless guesses of seasoned politicians a*
1 .\ afternoon from Havana with : Her( father first married the I Ii !I justified. I to the actual numerical strengthof
struck' of the I] IGlass ferries will not pull
when it was by one 1 i United I States narcotic unit with they are Teen ,
and 11 sifter of former Alfonso1XIII Act I the followings of Senator Long.
fiX.fir clays Would
t King Also
HERE passengers
ENJOY STAY FKUA trucks operating: in that I I I into the slip. Autos should be on ;
1 section. ]i I second, class for Key West; 10 ( (who is her prospective! 1 I i headquarters in Miami. who was Clark is not alone in turning tot i the slip not later than 10:30 a. m..: Father Coughlin, Dr. Townsend,

': One<< of :Mr. Thompson's companions first class: and four second class,,; father-in-law) and with that mar- 'in the Marine hospital for trt'at-I('parliamentary tactics to silence: if they plan on the northbound and the others.
j for Ttmpa. The ship sailed for riage was created Infante ofi left for Long Senator Glass i i. entertain.! '! Long Backs Borah
Atliulunl James Klaa.s, of the received a few scratches, i it ment yesterdaaftllrnoon ]!1, 'I trip, and not later than I 5 p. m..
'another went io a hospital and :.!', Tampa C:30::: o'clock. i i i Spain. 1 I hi, home. lie was accompanied! l? j. ing such, a plan himself. ;'f i ifj;, they contemplate the soulbQun.J -: The republican uncertainty
Jacksonville ,: arrived fromCuba After her : to increase rather than
SaUationirny in Ferry Palma death he married the I.: Glass"! recommendation is to rei appear
; I.'Ly
i Mr I Thompson, who was badly i' trip. j
Mr!! Coyle.Mr.
and .MrKlais.: were delightedwith cut and shaken came home to yesterday afternoon with, 19cars !) .'young bride's mother Princes, i: quire thai'all amendments offer"fl"'to decrease, as the party I leaders

their \iit i to Key West over |, recuperate.COLOREDlAN". up of pineapples 11,192 crates;.!I Louise of Orleans who is a sister. \ Coyle was in an automobile: an appropriation; bill Le ger-'' i, seek> a basis for unity while midwesterners -
I four, cars of sugar one of tank-!I of the de Guise wife t accident at Lantana three weeks I mane. '''Such' a :equirem t' woutd'atrecf'other ANOTHER SPONGE, !1 are debating with m

lltfiktiul.. and so expressedthem ) :.I age. one of cylinders: and one mis-I of the pretender to the throne of!. ago and suffered a compound l'j senators but 'Glass';. surprising show of irritation

elves i j I cellaneous. ,I France<<: and x>f former Queen fracture of the left arm. H. was1',;.1'I I moVb admittedly. is directed" CONDUCTED whether to hold their! much-ad!

1 .n.> were shown the many I j Steamship Oriskany, of the:! Amelie of Portugal; mother of the.. fit once brought; in a tl.. S. eea't!I i i against Long. j I! SALE verti>>get-together\ at Kansas

t i,mt of interest by Captain GIVEN'HEARING ; Standard Fruit and Steamship I: late dethroned King Manuel. { guard plane to Key 'WMt' for''': The enat .' is jealous and1slow'' '. a .1)-i---) ct City, or Des Moines, or somewhere .
\'l" nun Walkei. ill command of: ; Company, arrived in port last I A Convent-Bred Princess ; treatment at the lIf rfne'hospital.A .'I' to thange its rules. It may be,' : else> or whether to noM it

ih. lot'al unit of the Army, and i i i night 11 o.'clock, took on 10,988! The princess was born in Ma-.! few day later Mrs.\ Coyle ar- |: however that since other methods I! Another sale of sponges Rai at all, Senator Be rah comes forward -

iver.' highly pleased. with the ex- 'gallons of fuel oil at the Porter I jdrid, December 23. 1910, and in rived to be in Key West duringj have failed to discipline Huey, i held this morning at the municipal with a proposal to nullify!

r. i ilenrr Thi y left yesterday for Herman Lopez, colored, was giv-I Dock Company, and sailed 2:30 i the convents of the Spanish ca-j the illness of Mr. Coyle. I senators may find it necessary to I'. dock. There were only two offerings -' whatever they may do.

Jacksonville headquarters. I en a preliminary hearing yesterday this morning for Frontera I I pital and Seville learned to ew.t attempt drastic methods. of lots of a size to bring apfpreciable Mr. Borah is quoted as sayingthe :
-_. afternoon before Justice of I :Mexico. i do her sums and speak the various I i QUARREL OVER BRIDGE I : prices. I IlOne whole movement is a clever

the Peace Rogelio Gomez on a Dredge!: Absecon. of the United!languages which are taught every, 1 of. thee was a lot of wool scheme to re-enslave the party fn
Mrs. Camille Moomaw charge; of assault and battery. I States Engineers; Department arrh"ed -, European princess. When the CHICAGO.-From the very Truck Arrives TonightWith i i,which contained }80 bunches and I the old leaden be no longer is

I The victim of the assault alleged : at the Porter Dock this i Spanish revolution sent monarchists -! beginning of their marriage six large variety of FRESH sold for' $590. The other lot con-' willing to follow. lie proposes aCounterconvention

Permanent Waver and Beauty 1 : to have been committed by morning for oil, water and sup- ; flying into exile her[ years ago contract bridge was the i I FRUITS and VEGETABLES tained 85 bunches and was bought]{ of independ

l Culturist Is Now At I Lopez is his wife, and the committing plies. The ship is from Tampa family came to Paris. She lovesto cause of all the quarrels of for $370. ]1 i 1 ents." Just what that might lead

BERLIN SAWYER'S magistrate fixed bond at and is bound for Atlantic City. N. swim play golf and tennis and]I Allen Blazer and her husband Mrs.1 Lowe's Cash Grocery Other sales of smaller lots i to, no one seems to knew. But

BEAUTY SHOP I $50 for his appearance at the next J., with a short stop at Jackson is interested in art. I'testified in her divorce suit in 1117 Division; SL Phone 675 brought the day's sales up to approximately -. !:along comes Senator Long, a

term of criminal court. ville. Her dashing fiance is the city. J 1236. Continued on Pare Four)



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6. ltg' C1t1 A STRANGE FELLOW I ................. ........ .. noted Yale Orientalist, father ofa ..........0..... ........i.iToday's Jr.,,born Yallejo, CaL, 63 years

IJr. [, : famed scientist born at Salem, ago.
-- KEY WEST IN Today'sAnniversaries Mass. Died March 25. 1861. Birthdays i

ublUhed Daily Except Sunday By Alexander Orr Munsell would be regarded ..............a......... i iI Rev. Roger F. Etz of Boston
I. I*. AHTMA.\, Pr..I..t. as a queer duck by most of our 1823-Henry O. Houghton,I I Mrs. Mary S. L. Harrison : general superintendent of the
From The CUllen Building Happenings Here Just 10 Yean .....e..e.e..eea.e.. .. i Boston! book publisher, born. Died ,i I widow of the President, born at Universali Church, born at
Corner Green,, and Ann Street readers. He inherited a million dollar : Ago Today As Taken From 1C23-Francis Xavier da-Laval Aug. 25:!; 1895. :I Hone!dale, Pa., 77 years ago. I Akron, Ohio, 19 years ago.

v sly Daily Newspaper In Key West and Monroe, fortune but decided to give It aH up, ex- !I The Files Of The Citizen Canada's first Ioman Catholic I !I Homer S. Cummings of Conn., I II Fielding II. Yost t. noted University

County. plaining: I I bishop( born in France Died in 1834: -Sir John Lubbock (Lord' Attorney-General of theU.- S.,, of Michigan's director ot athletics -
Quebec, :May\ G, 1708. Avebuty), English: bankercien ;I born in Chicago Co born at Fainiew.3..,
ntered at Key West. Florida as second class matter "I had a shell of money about me, E. H. Dutcher one of the LeEt I tist remembered for his "100 years ago. C4 years ago.
known realtors in Florida, was
KIPTY-MXTH 1KAKMember like 1771-Hoea Ballou. New Eng- Best'> Books" born. Died May : Francis B. Sayre, Assistant Secretary -
mollusk. But I
a was spineless, as in Key West yesterday; and a caller ,
. i land clergyman, of the 28, 1913. of State, Lorn at Southlethlehent English journal -
.( the A..M-l.ted I'.... dot! The Citizen's office. Mr. one found-I t . I Vernon Bartlett
the shelled creatures of nature are. I hada of the Universallst; ta' t'h. in : ' I : Pa., 60 1
.1..1 Associated Press is exclusively entitled to use Dutcher land} at Boca Chica j ers ---r---: i. years ago. i-t. born 41 years ago.
.r republication of all news dispatches credited t* owns I America. born at Richmond; ,! :\.1.1ill. 1842-Charles S. Fairchild;: !
l I' or nut otherwise! rrrdlted In this paper and ale* backbone and I wanted to wiggle and 1. Big Tine Key and other keys in I :
June New York lawyer, Secretary of Vienna, !
Died in Boston. 7. Franz Lehar of composer -
the local news published l. ru.'NATIONAL strengthen it, so I had to get out of that the Florida Chain, and is confident j 'iR52'j the Treasury UJuler( Cleveland, .! . ., ., ;I, of popular operas, born <"i5Kars :
that the time is when i
EDITORIAL( shell. Now I'm. beginning to know what thereill be boom near in Florida 1790-Josiah Willard railroad president and banker .Arkans-aw, Wis., CO years ago. I II ago.I'rincesa.
.; a (born nt Cazemivia N. Y. tied) I Itl1t. I
I : :
ASSOCIATION life really i is. lUar: Admiral Yates- Slirli1 :
JJ the He I
i -
realty jiiineipally on keys.
C/fLe.m..h..eA.. 1935 I regular summer .- e, tfov. :24, 1921.1815WilIiam Juliana; heir of the
] of
said he has not the slightest doubt I ervance I I :
"For instance it for
was very good born born
---- - --- --- half-holiday,' which, as was: announced I at Leicester, Mass Died ; throne- of the Netherlands: ,

one Tear __._._!H. ..lil'ItlPTlItATES........ ...... ........."_.. ..':..._:!.__$10.00 me that day a few months ago when .1.. about activity the in Key stability West.of With the its realty excellent 'in The .Gtizl'n vevrrai: II. Crane, actor, March 7, l'J28. ;, 2f. year ago.x .
rli; Months ..... . ...___.__....___ S.OI wrote last check New York I* day \\as changed f n V'ednesilay . .
h. against a : ; asro. n-k -- -- -- -- -- --- -- -
my climate and - -- ---- -- -- -- -
JThre Months n' .....n..n..n ........___....__._-..._ S.bO; I fishing Key
One Month .. .... ... . ..n. _._. ...__..__ .11I bank where I had large deposits. Vet will forge ahead and! its pio-| to Thursday in accoidancej
'A'rekly..__--___._. .....n..._.......___.._.__ .!. very lie Mr.! \\ thi, cuo'tt in 'jlluT ciii. ; f-i >. :
"Always: it had been. Yes, yes, Mr.\ : grewill marveleous the tatt". Thenar..' :i f.v I,": the y 1 1'V ;
AUVlitTI3lGMade IUTF.t! Ihitfher said. "This is just assure I
known on arpllrailoii Money\ Bags,' whenever I walked in there. as two and two make four." :totes which will not begin the \
KI*.:('III. :.NUTICK I summer rlo in? thiafternoon but
uNowithout the I
big deposit
All reading notices, cards of thanks, resolutions ofipcti. of I
.' : cl.itu.iry nolle-, etc." will be charged for at asked about accommodation in of Walter Francis Burns .Jr.. of it H expected that sill plarM
... one 1 will closed Tluirs-
rat. of :e cents a line. busine's be nest
a' for by churches:- from whisk New York. and T. S. Shrout, of
> tntertalntoenta
the bunk's branches} and the stratosphere 'day.
\enue i. iii l>.. ilrrlveO are 5 crnta a line very Kentucky, continue to make- lealtyjiiiit' :
'YL.. ) Olilicii Is an 0|.en forum and Invite discus. bristled with impersonal business _
) They have
.. already secured
BJ U cf public issues and subjects of local or genera : Editorial Comment: The character -II
ft'trest but it will not publish nunymous comrounl precautions. Now that had never happened o large: holdings of realty in ,
utlona. of u town is judged not inen'-!
--- .. - - to rue before. It was very healthy." Key"t and I are preparing to I ly by the }handsome: I publi mnM)
spend. the summfr here. Yesterday -
Ickca to :lioltz: Ah, ah, papa spank. During his experience he has leal'llt'dhlany Air. Hums acquired title toa i ii'fj-i' and front lavsn> of the rei I

things, among others how to live dart on a nearly key and Mr. i, .fences, but also by the }"IIII.i.1t
y :Shrout do'f>il a deal for propeityin : ;i'nd. tumbled down chicken loop I
economically. lie explains: "I spend between tn! back .
we'll get a job on FEHA in yard
fr Sore iy the Key Wett.; Just the day before .
I .
and week for food.
and theu I ; i I've learned how to get along on that. ky Thh i is. Bamboo Key,. The EaslettMTs club d6-ft l ; U>
to ; : !
the Cuban Club Juniors! itch
i' I ,},:,. ... ." : Those raw prunes in my suitcase, for instance \\luth i inir.e acres in extent but the ,
in basketball rt
a frame played : 1 v
:,' j. on-ideicd. one of the hest: buyrV.huh ,
( 1' are much cheaper than cookedones. :Jnn -ry. It wa= n lurd-fnashi
Tlij'povn Santa Claus U dead. can bo made between KeyV :
itj\of} I 1
J I use a lot of tomato juice, too, and I \ ut and Key Largo. The pricepaid ;lizmp: and refilled! in a score tt'I
don'tvorry little ones, he'll getairA'thcr. .
I 18 to 11.Troops I
other cheap canned foods. I've spent many for licinboo Key is saitl to,
I.e twice much that for i
as as paid
r hours figuring how to cut down the living 1 and 5 met last night I i''
acreage on any of the other
,! cost. In a general way, it's the wrong I..t''s.1 to fettle the question as to which
Key Welters learn to to earn team i is moat proficient in the i i iCTino 1. SkC
yearn thing to do, of course, but in my case it'snecessary. Thi. afternoon ail of the husi-!';ims i "
Sounds like a double play, but it's good ." houses in Key West bead ob- :! of basketball. If there i'
I any decision to be based on the

I English nevertheless: Not many of us would have the nerve -..... .. .. ........... i' results; of the game last nia-ht! the I

that this: millionaire had. Most )people (: \ ; proficiency honor goes to Troop 1
CLASSIFIED for winning }by a fcore of 20 to I
Gardens in Key West; add to its: attractiveness would think he was: very foolish but who to.// ;t*

and, in addition, bring beauty knows? COLUMN 1 Patriotic Daughters: of

into the lives of those who learn flowers. held their 21 lt!'; anniversary! celebration I .1

EUROPEAN TELEPHONES ... -. _..... .. J..e...I I lat night in their headquarters I

PERSONAL on Duval street. i ..;.<<;r .,
Senator Gomez threw bill in the There : crowd
a I was a large
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to After an experiment in government'I STOMACH !I present and the guest's! end : : \/i;: :t:
hopper "permitting" women serve on ULCER, GAS PAWS host"l ?w.EdGY: c7S : ;

juries in Florida. That word permit i is: operation extending over a period of nine INDIGESTION victims why i enjoyed a delightful evenin -"l: .'
suffer? For quick relief
: None but a professional juror teen years, the Italian telephone systemwas free sample of Utlga, a doctor's get a 1!1 I In connection with the ohs'rv.1

wants to sit on a jury. returned to private control. I prescription, at Gar.lner's Phar ance of Boys' Week now
under the of the Rotary '
An Associated Press dispatch giving macy. i i
I Club a parade will be heldKiidav
apr23-2 t2:10.! : 1-2-7-8-9-14- !
; may
President noo e\'elt's sixth rule for news of the change stated that the government 15-1CI j!,: this week. Organizationswhich

allocating the public works funds: contains I had failed to extend the system in will take part are: Band

}hope l for Key West. It reads: "Projects I )keeping with the service had deteriorated FOR RENT :I II-:i, :Scout:; ;Hieh Troop School No.; Scout 1 ; Monroe Troop Coun-No.

be allocated to localities on relief to a marked degree, hence the demand for BICYCLES-WE RENT by the 2. St. Joseph's!! College; Scout

1H in relation to the number of workers I private operation.In Hour, Day or Week. Repair!: Troop No. 5; Division Street

(> relief rolls in those areas." taking this step, Italy followed the all makes and} paint them \\ilhj School; Southird: Street School; Cepyitfhtl9ZS, ayt ,S ro.';' :,:y : .S:, ,s..vv > a c, R
Sunday Schooi Classes other boy sa :< ;g y Ss; x .
Nu-Enamel. We carry a full I ; 1tilAtlhM4lMt'a egixe # .. ..,, <
example of Greece and Spain which countries 'd
supply of parts. Agent for the organizations, motor vehicles. The v

i II.i The population of Key West has in- earlier relinquished government con Kollfast and Dayton Bicycles. I I, various unit will report to Cap TUNE IN-Luckici are on the air Saturdays,with THE HIT PARADE,over NBC Network 8 to 9 p. m.E.D.S.T.
trol of telephones. Poland has transferred And sell them as low as $5.00 : tain Jack Maher.TREVOR .
greased considerably according to the state -- -- -- -----
down and $1.00 week. We
number its in per .
of ; exchanges larger
a - - -- - --
;Census; now Hearing completion. The citydads Buy and Sell all makes of used !, --r

; musta been reading the Ilible. Or i is cities to private corporations in which the Bicycles. Phone 276. J. E. : rlIIIIHIIIII -..-' .

''that the result of the depression? Folks government is only a minority stock street.Stowers company, 515 Duval,.
holder. I .
'on the relief rolls arc prolific, records:
show. The telephone system of Norway. FURNISHED BUNGALOW, modern -! ALL Mhl(!:$ Gc l
1 Sweden and Denmark, said to be among conveniences.! C34 William t11Krt/,
i street. Apply Valdes Bakery. L
the best in Europe, have always been I I BOYS
That FEUA was like a strong apr27
money largely controlled by private, interests.: ________ _______________I
tonic to Key West. A few months ago, the INSTRUCTIONKEY i iIi 1
While in the United States the tele- k
island city was calling for help ; now its
has ]been favorite topic for joke- I

representatives at Tallahassee propose smiths, we have incomparably the greatest I Immigrant I'atrol Inspector.; DO YOU PLAY BALL?
that the city branch out and embrace the Applications clo<.te May 4. Men : :
system: in the world, both in extent and inefficiency '
whole county of Monroe. Ambitious, eh? I 21.36 Start $ltiOO year i'ull I
of service. We have 1-1 tele- particulars FREE Write n'me- F e'Ia

--St. Petersburg iMost. Independent- phones for each 100 V."population, while diately.t Franklin Institute, Depl.fi35 yo: s,

Canada has 11, Denmark -8, Sweden,.; 7, A, Rochester N. Yf < : ,

11S.PlJc.wiIl:; disagree with the Norway G, Awtralia.'Gerrnan. ; ) 4, Crew rn, i april2C-27-29-30maylx'1'; 1 1.1.. ; :

prc-,idtintb statement.that l t there i is no more Britain less than 3, France less than 2.. !VJJ ;1 i' PIANO TUNING'' i 5 I 0 : - If you do, and you want to get a good baseball,-J..1 i. t.,S. I.
". :
dishonesty graft there and Is'in irregularity ordinary business.What in government -. Omaha has more telephones i in': proportion i PIANO TUNER, Laureano Moreno :: bat \worth :30c, or a baseball' mitt worth :35c, bring i ;" ;M: ,
to population than any other cityin Excellent piano for sale
business t is there that would stand cheap. 1015 Division tret.Japr22lmo I '. your ,Mother to our store and let her see if she does .' "- ha
the world, having :30 telephones to II I ,
for its officials to to the treasurer and : '
go every IOU) inhabitants. .v' : not want some of our exceptional bargains in house- :
ask; for traveling expense money in sums of
In the development of this important FOR SALE

$500.) $200: ()t) and $150 without rendering an public utility, at least, it appears that the I & MORRIS, hold ware and supplies.

itemized account\ ? Such a poorly con principle of private ownership has been PRINTING-Quality Printing at [NC.
the Lowest! Prices.! The Art-
to the wall.
ducted business' would soon go
amply vindicated. man Press. aug7 "Oldest Continuous Ford Your Mother will find many articles of great
I Dealer in the World"

the OLD PAPERS FOR SALE:-Two( : interest in store.
If the publication of delinquent DEMAND FOR CHANGE NATURALThe our II
bundles for 5c. The- Citizen off : is abolished by the legislature The .
ire. octlG \ .
(iti-.m favors r. law that requires the publication people of the United States are I ,es
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- If she buys $1.00 worth of household goods :
of the names of those property virtually concerned over the control of r --- -

o\\ tin'slio do pay their taxes.; The list the monetary policy of the nation and the I S : you can have your choice of bat or mitt. :

\\ ?old not be H long cost le-'s on that :H credit upon which most business is erec-

'OUlt.! and might be an incentive to the ted. Important I

t. ,dodgers/ to pay their taxes and be en- I The bill now before Congress is assailed Y I We also have a real man's bat worth 90c-and
VI ,
rollivl in the roll of honor. Among Inmost : and defended by various public men Announcements : .. ., I maybe Mother I will buy $3.00 worth of household ,

folk the hope of reward is amon- compelling :I and financiers and the writer i is not capableof

force than the fear of censure. passing expert judgment upon the argument I \.: goods, and then you can have this better. bat; : t..:
concerning the redemption of First and ' p
that i is: heard in the land. Nevertheless ;
Fourth Liberty Loan Bonds have been
The Society of :Mexico Pilgrims, of somebody must, in the nature of j
; made by the Treasury Department this This offer is good as long as our premium stock :
whit h this writer i is a member; informs things, possess control and whether the ..
him that it will take fifty trains of Pullman ; government could do this better than the lasts. .

cars to carry the thousands of Ro- bankers remains to be seen if and when ,

tarians to Mexico next month. The railroads the change takes place. We would be pleased to have you I

: in co-operation with the Mexico City We can testify to the fact that the consult us I

authorities have built what is called Pullman people of the nation have blamed bankersfor I II I .

City, where all the cars will be parked many ills. Probably the blame was too I iI A j "Your home is worthy of the best" .

and all kinds of conveniences provideda unanimously laid at the door of the financiers )1 THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK

-( t that the visitors can live in their rcspccr but the fact is that so-called high Op: KEY WEST i South Florida Contracting & Engineering Co.

Live curs while there. Knowing what i is in finance had much to do with the collapse I .; :

store for them, we fairly envy the Ro- of the economic structure. Naturally, thereis J a Phone 598 White and Eliza Streets '
Member of the Federal Reserve

tarians who will visit the Land of the a demand for a change even if people do t I r .............................,...........a...............................:
Moctezumas in June. not altogether understand what it is about L -Jib IIII.I.lIIIIF

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'i ) !! I George Dean manager of" the
: SPORTS j FROM PARK BOYS BOUT LAST NIGHT Coconuts baseball club, colored

II I Ii ,city champions, has accepted the

: Jane. Stlmton ftumiiiatina aaS his hearing bothered him and he i tales flealnr4 in
a perrers.>> !
her I/Ono"d. James flew Into rages for no reason what BASEBALL GAME YESTERDAY I MIAMI. April 30.-Pete Nebo:t by George Lee, manager of the
,-tl.. B". hat oiltn elaborate din ever. went down in defeat last night at J!I Tigers.
vrtt. att allowed tin gutitt to RESULTS IN SCORE '
know that her tccatthilather, and "His hair the hair on his bald. the hands of Jackie Davis, Cleveland -|!,! Dean says he will play for a
Hot her hutband.paid' for them mad I can most generally tell the stateof I
the hat complained/ to loudly that Mister James' .. OF 15-13 I welterweight in a bout staged -,,I barrel of beer or anything else
his visits, to his A tint Sara,., who sperrlta by making i at the Cinderella arena. i I I that may be suggested, and states
reared his. .. hats fraetlrallw been note of how his hair acts. When he's - ._. _. __ I I
atiamtaHed.oio.. alter their costly - The bout was stopped in the ;I i that he would like to hear from dh.,,". James Feels k, raring round feeling fltten to'll YANKEES .................................................j ( JOVE) I sixth round to !save Nebo from the challenger/ some time during
unit speak out. notice as how every hair on DOWN By
his bald is standing upon Its hind The Cuban Club and the Bay- further punishment. I this week

Chapter 32 laigs looking the world In the face DOINGS AROUND THE GOLF LINKS i I view Park two new club in the 1 Nebo tried hard to keep up with

RECONCILED"TIIE and shouting 'howdy.' NATS IN SHUTOUT I Social League!' played yesterday ; his ring opponent but was even- I Ruth Ann Davis of Nashua

they were alone.Jane came The Judge: laughed. "Sounds like I afternoon and it did not look like tuallyforced to flow up in his f N II., has three great-grand-
a Gorgon's bead, the way you describe (By GRAVY) baseball contest, but. instead, I futile attempt to continue on, with I mothres and three great-grand

p : up arm to him through and slipped his. an affectionate if TILT; CARDS WIN .........................'..........eeee.....eeee.i a it appeared more like a basketballor Davis! being declared the winner.j I fathers

She looked so pretty In her gleam "Yes. sir. said Nappy who had I I understand that the telegraph Melvin:: has a big slice which ) football score. The final count ; --- -- ---- - - --
never heard of a Gorgon's head but I
ing satin and lace that James'lrrlta.tlon .- would not have admitted it for a companies refute to deliver tele-\\ should not be but when you can was 15 to 13. I 'SIIIIII.4T118111161.

vanished and he could do nothIng hundred dollars. "It's one and the CHICAGO CUBS WIN WEIRD I grams to a certain golfer in Key I make your ball stop within 15 The Cuban Club won on two I

but agree that It had been a same thing to my way pf believing." CONTEST FROM PIRATESBY West because they have learned yards of where you want it to, free throws. I beg your pardon, I I
lovely dinner, and that he was glad "But what has James' hair been that said golfer now carries what the heck (apologies to By thought I was at a basketball !

they had given It. doing now to disturb you?" 12.11 SCORE; BRAVES around a big club and says the Ht-ck) difference does it make
Jane when she chose could s'tlll "It ain't been doing nothing but I next time he receives a message whether your ball hooks or slices? The leading hitters were: L Just Three

be very tender and alluring and lay down and ;>lay daid for weeks DEFEAT PHILS from another certain golfer that, . . Bazo and 0. Esquinal.lo, with :

now of course she must be most and weeks. That's as onnatural a? he is going to take said club and Well anyhow his! drives average three safeties in four times up for I,
carefully cherished and considered. for & Iamb to lay down with a lion -- I commit mayhem and the messen-j about HI() yards but if they the Club boys while the leader

Perhaps after the baby came -and as sure a sign a trouble." I'rrla'' l<> The ('It I..".) I ger boy. telegraph officials and !' were straight they would (be 250 tor the Park ten were B. Robert I; i iWA.GM2U

things would be different and Jane "Nonsense." said the Judge. "Jim's NEW YORK April 30.-The message sender will then be no I I every time. His irons have the and! Radio Carey with two safeties I MonthsLeft I

not BO avid for excitement James been putting some kind of greaseon New Yolk Yankees went to victory more. | tame: failing but no doubt all this in three times up. !
knew he must have more time for his head to make it lie flat. You'renot '
seat is due to the very short swing he In the field Rosam.! Roberta !
his work more time for study. Jane as smart as I thought you were over the Washington Senators :
M. and Cliche Hernan
takes. His shots and putts are Esquinaldo
wanted him to succeed expectedhim going around making up trouble !, with (Lefty) Gomez on the i Our personal /glimpse today will i chip in which take
about be none other than the most famous -' the most accurate and dependable. dez played well. to advantageof
to succeed, but some she nothing at all.
way mound for the New Yorkers. The I Icontf'H 5.5 I I Score by inning: R. II. E. .
could not realize that she. as well But though he dismissed Nappy of the "four horsemen, liberal offer
shutout affair, witha With that will meander''Club .._. 410 090 100-15 14 $ our on"LIFTOP"
as he. must pay a price for that sue-. and laughed at his diagnosis he was a Melvin Erasmus Russell. a score
cess. It was natural enough that could not dismiss altogether the score reading/ of, 2-0. The victorious .. . .. |I I any where from 41 to 49, he is a Park __ 410 020 501-13 14 5..

Jane should not understand.He .- sneaking suspicion that perhaps : difficult opponent but a swell Batteries: C. Garcia and! E.Martinez iI
pitherfcallowed:: the Nats Our hero was born right herein j I '
would have to teach her. lead Nappy was right and that James Y[ and gentleman I partner and un 'be depended on ; B. Roberts F. I.oneaanti i
only four hits the "Washington this city to a lady
was not looking nor in ) Alvarez. Woodson. -
her Instead of taking always the. acting quite a pinch. ,
easier course of letting her lead him. like himself. club losing their: fifth straight Melvin also named not Russell.the first Of nor course will .. .. .. i Summary: Errors: 1.. Garcia 2. L'

Very tenderly he drew her down on He'd get him to knock off' a few game. was A few weeks ago he was up to E. _Matinez 2. Ogden L. Bazo. O.
his lap beside an open window after weeks go down to Hot Springs or Paul Dean, outstanding pitcher he be the last. .not until seventy 49 and took a lesson and then E)iuinaldo, C. Gacia J. Garcia.

switching off the lights; "Honey. up to Chicago and take in a few in major league baseballdom came five thousand Yankees move into went out and had a 40. If you Nunez, R. Alvarez A. Alvarez.' Refrigerators ,.r- .

he began. "I want to have a talk shows. A vacation would put him back to 'th' *mound with renewed Key West and all children born ;: think that is easy go out and try Lopez; home run: R. Alvarez' ; ; J-';

with you= Jane yawned."I right as a fiddle. lIe should have vigor and carried the St. Louis thereto will and then maybe !!'to average one stroke a hole bet- two base hits: Xunez. M. Esquin I .- >" hOver .

know that you are going to scold thought of it before. Cardinals to victory over the Cin- the name Russell. will. give out. 1 I ter and you will find yourself in aldo. O. Esquinaldo, L. Bazo, M. ; one hundred of ; I

and I am so tired. she coaxed.: TAMES cinnati Reds by a score of 7 to a padded eel! if you let it get lour Fanchez; stolen base! : M. Esquin

"I'm not going to scold. dear. I dutifully took Jane and Dean rang up his third victory 2'1 But that is beside the point.t I I I goat but however. you will have aldo 2, Tynes. 1.. Bazo. Martinez. our customers have already

'Then you're going to preach. I went to Chicago for a week but the reason, holding the Reds I Our hero first saw the light of ,Berlin Sawyer for company if he :, M. Hernandez 2, B. Roberts A.
when he back
feel It In my bones. Can't we be came Nappy reported in check! his teammates battered William street and so i iI taken advantageof
happy like this on that his hair was "laying"' as flat as as I day up on I keeps on 1 letting these boys get Alvarez. Woodson; sacrifice hits: 1
our anniversary
out a decisive victory over i I his pa and ma called him Melvin j his haired B. Robert! ; struck out: by Garcia
without thinking of anything but when he left home. A few weeks long angora. this attractive offer.
pleasant things?" later when James confided Jane's the opposing club. Pepper Martin I for short. : : 2. by Roberts 1, by Lopez 1 ; baseson : S
. .
Naturally. James did not preachon condition to the Judge the old man led the attack on Brennan and 1 I; balls: off Roberts fi, off Garcia : .

this night; and It was the same was enormously relieved. Freitas with three hits one a ; Naturally he grew up and waxed LEAGUE STANDINGSAMERICAN 7; wild pitches: Garcia 3, Roberts 00

on other nights. As the months lie patted James on the back assured triple, in as many times at bat. strong and even had to go I, 2; double plays: Robert to ,

passed Jane was far from well and him cheerfully that there was The Chicago Cubs and Pittsburgh away to college to find a place Rosam to Garcia; time of /game: I $1 ,- s...

she grew more and more Irritableand I nothing to worry about remindedhim Pirates took part in a game where he could let his brain LEAGUE | 1:30; umpires: Stanley and Q .aauti !
less easy to please. James felt of Jane's general health and of that was filled with thrills and excitement stretch and then relax in peace Club- W. L. Pet I Lopez. i

guiltily conscious that it was all his the billions of babies who came the whole way through, and safety. I'I Cleveland .u...._......... 8 2 .800 -

fault safely into the world without harmto with the Cubs coming out on the .5. I Chicago .......-............. 9 3 .750 1 1I i i the clubs I! HOLDS ALL THIS FOOD!
Jane Impressed it upon him that their mothers. end by a score of 12-11. New York u................. 8 4 .CC7 I I Standing of :
i / I I Club- W. L. Pet down and $1.00 :2 mUk; a 2 k
Then the However after a time he Qli. PO.eras
the lot of women was a hard one and Judge very wisely set Six home runs two fist fights, rt"1 I Boston 75 .583 ..._............ ....__.. 1 0 1.000 l' 1 dUL eats 1 lb. butler
James to work turned to Key West to become Army -
the stiffest 2phaLebees..2csafrwt:
scarcely to be endured. Mrs. Nort!! on very 10- Washington .............. 7 5 .583 month untilJuly }
banishment of four players a : Recreation __._...... ._.. 1 0 1.000) i I. per I buttle catlap
legal problem he had ever before F. F. \V..but not until he, S Vltttc S
rup looked} at him accusingly every in the eighth Detroit u...... .. --...... 4 9 .308 ". I!* rhcrnci 2 lbs.
time her daughter sighed or refused had to handle and when he finished run Chicago rally had been to Fort :Myers: and taken St. Louis .... ... ...... 2 9 .182 Cuban Club __..........---. 1 0 1.000 y I Irs. bacon % !lb*.rot|: 1 head
that found him and a parade of 10 pitchers marked .u' ................ 0 0 .000 k_ lettuce 1 bif cucumber
Immediately Lighthouse
pudding at dinner and Anna sniffed an unto himself a bride. .and todayhe Philadelphia! 2 10 .1C7 I, :2 lb.. tomatuc* i bunch
scornfully whenever she passed him other. This last probably saved the! riotous proceedings. It required has two of the best golfing m.'U"-"- i.Administration ..._." 0 0 ,000 ; celery 2 crape fruit 12
I l
his food. James from going all to pieces in 2 hours and 41 minutes to prospects in the city. I NATIONAL LEAGUE Garage .......-....-........... 0 1 .000 : i'1"1 See us regarding thistrial 1 nM, r.dsddaums.lflb.

Their Sundays were more awful the following months for he was I complete the game. * . Club- W. 1.. Pet. American Legion .... 0 1 .,>00 I lard taicrr...2 1 1et ql:-wafer bottl COB* S

than James had conceived possible. horribly frightened thinking of the j r The Boston Braves defeated the Well Melvin had many times New York u.........___ 7 2 .778 Bayview Park r........ 0 1 .000 I l plan :2 quick frcciins; "". 120icJ
Jle fate of his own mother. Phillies to 5. The Philadelphia I ; cubit-: Ibt. ot lee
finally had, given up spending railed around the island in a din I I Brooklyn uuunomm.O.__ 8 4 .CG7

his free afternoons with his Aunt Nappy continued to accord to Mrs club outhit the Bostonians 13 to 9. ghy and so knew the channels to Chicago ._.................... 7 5 .583 Tonight the Garage ten will :

after Jane cried and cried and almost Stimson all the respect and defer but regardless of this suffered and from the city he became a'St. Louis ..._.......__... r (G I .500 play the Lighthouse outfit.
due the wife of his beloved"Mister"
he did had not hysterics love her. claiming that ence James to but he never again their lost eighth the consecutive. defeat as pilot of big big. ocean-going ves- Cincinnati ................ C 7 .462 I The Key West Electric Co

Damn it! the lot of husbands was thoroughly approved of her. In his they Detroit game.The Tigers: slaughtered sels. (That sounds more import Pittsburgh .._ .... .. C 7 .402 Two presidents of the United s
not always a round of voluptuous eyes any wife remained only a woman the St. Louis Browns 18 to 0, ant. Ask him about the time he Boston! . 5 7 .41 7 States Jackson and Hayes!, were }

enjoyment whatever Jane and her and a handicap to any real man. 1 I the St. Louis club suffering its piloted that cattle-boat into the Philadelphia 29!) 182 born posthumously.! IY'I.4rgIIIII.lII.lI.lI; I
But even Nappy forgave Jane one harbor.) I
mother thought about It. Heaven _
1 consecutive loss of the ---
seventh 4I
. . -
in December
frosty morning early
knows he hadn't invented the
method and manner of bringing children when James came stumping up the j season Well piloting was not what it
flight of stairs that led to the office ) The Red Sox licked the Mack-
into the world. Ho had thought was all cracked up to be FO he took
and threw open the entrance door men, 10 to 8. The defeat wa the
that wanted children and
women up the game of soldiering and got
with a magnificent flourish. .1 fourth straight for the Athletics.The .
old maids because of their
to be the captain of the N. G.'s.That .
childless state.prlUI'S Ills eyes flashed with their old summaries:
( does not stand for no
fire every single hair waved tri NATIONAL LEAGUEAt

: it Is :an exaggeration to umphantly aloft and his feet could Boston R. II. E. goods nor night.S.. gowns.. )

say all of New Concord scarcely keep themselves on the Philadelphia ..................- 5 13 1. t
was somewhat relieved when It became floor as he shouted out that there Boston 0 Anyway that wasn't everything
were twins at his house-a boy and so he took up the education business i- 1
common knowledge that Jane Batteries: Walters Bowman, rt.
a girl. As Nappy rert: arked. "Missus and now has the high sounding I
was "expecting. However it Is true Pezzullo and Wilson Todd; Betts,
Stimson had more'n done herself! title of "Superintendent of
that all those who had James Interest Benton and Hogan/ I
and welfare at heart were proud." Public Instruction in and for x
The entire firm of Stimson and Monroe County."
relieved. the closeof Holcomb stopped work then and I At Cbic go-- R. II. E. . .*

h For some time during there and made a triumphal Pittsburgh .......?.............11 15 3
the second of their marriage But he had reached
year ; and down Commercial Street announcing J Chicago .........................12 14 0 even yet not 1.
had become general that
the belief the zenith of his career so he took ,
the news, giving away flve- Batteries: Ho>t. Salveson.
things going Just as they up the Royal and Ancient Pastime
should between this especially selected and ten-cent cigars receiving hilarious Swift and Padden; Warneke Join '
and ;.Jhat brings us' down to the ;
and uncommonly well-suited congratulations and having one er Casey Kowalik Carleton. .
present Being good golfer ,the
very devil of a time. French Bryant and Hartnett. : ;
young boys.:made him secretary. slid
not that James complainedor When James went home he hada r '
'of the club. .:.but he his
Jane complained or that they rocking horse under one arm. a At Cincinnati R. H. E.St. treasurer b'.crane'

quarreled in public or wera seen less doll under the other a Jeweler's box t. Louis .....U..V.: ... _.....' 7 13 ell I I verjrT littleta'! : be. treasurer of.. -.,>' '' # .
often together. It was hard indeedto in his pocket and a bunch of flowers Cnicinnati 2 6 0 but-JE'tus'get'on.. thegame." I :-
; < . .' .
carried in his hand. -
by a string
what seemed to be ;
define just Dean and Davis I
Batteries'P. ;
the matter, hut that there was avaguo"something" Anna opened the door to James Melvin''fs l One of :the I most e"n- I ti8ff >
everyone agreed. ring/ and gave a contemptuous sniff Brennan, Freitas and thasiastic players on the link He I fr5rt.: 1
least when she saw the nature of his loves to and for the K bS
And it was felt or at hoped play plays I -
that whatever ripples there were packages but as usual she madeno York-Brooklyn not sched love of the game and likes to !II .

were caused entirely by the state of comment The house was unnaturally uled. take some of the dimes of some i ,
Jane's health and would be smoothed quiet and James tiptoed : of the boys 1 4; v 4s'""

out and forgotten "after the baby cautiously upstairs. AMERICAN LEAGUE . . I e4 a Y','
The door to Jane's room was At New York R. II. E. II (
came" I And believe when he hasa I t SI
Nappy was perhaps the first one I slightly ajar and he pushed it open Washington ..........._....._ 0 4 0New me, I
putt to and including 25
to "suspicion" that James was not with his foot and entered quietly. York ...................... 280 up i % ffPkd
Mrs. Northrnp. sitting the win feet and to get that putt down
by ;
should he and he. Bolton
as happy as he Batteries: Burke and ; I
being worried,passed his uneasinesson dow sewing held up a warning! I Gomez and Dickey. II III I means a win, he is right there. yMbiSbw +

to the Judge. finger, but Jane opened her eyesand I : Which makes him a good money
welcomed him. "Silly boy" she player.
"It's Mister:: James hair. he explained At Philadelphia R. II. E.Boston .
said when she saw the hobby horse II I
to Judge Holcomb. "It for aln'tbeen and dol1.COpyriglar. I. ...* ----------............10 10 1 I I

whiles""ills a'tlnjest/ right not a ( ;i. llatccl 11. FaAtham) Philadelphia ._.......... ...,... 814 2
Batteries: Rhodes. II. Johnson f
what* boomed the Judge
Tomorrow, James finds tragedy Wilson Walberp. Welch and R. f
Impatiently. lie was getting old and in a cradle.
Ferrell Benton Caster Cascarella -
.- -. ._-.- .--- - -- : RUSSELL'SCIGAR I $;
and Foxx. J

........................ Dorothy Page/ the singer wbo t ; f
has been featured with JamGarber' At St. Louis R. II. E. .I

Today In History :; orchestra, has gone t o Detroit ...-.....-._..-........-..18 15 0

S..4.0a..A..n.___. I II Hollywood to make a pictur e<< St. Louis ...............-....... 073 STORE

17S9-George Washington inaugurated .I' during her summer" vacation fro Batteries: Bridges und Coch- SOLD
rane: Newsom, Walkup Weiland
of' broadcasting. -0-
/ the first President

the C'ity.United States in New York 1'1118111".- and Hemsley. Daily Baseball ReturnsBy OVERONE MILLION BOTTLES of BEER

Chicago at Cleveland postponed

1798-U. S. Navy Department TO SUBSCRIBERS rain. Wire During The Period March 1st. to 15th.Latest .

formally created.--' If yea do net receive your GAMES TODAY -0- ( Figures Available From State Malt and Vinous Department' ) .

1803 Louisiana purchased paper by 6:15 o'clock in the COME IN AND GET THE

and a paper will be tent to Chicago at Cleveland.

1812 Lounana admitted to your home. A complaint boy Detroit at St. Louis. MAJOR BASEBALL

Statehood. U on duty at tKi office from Washington at New York LEAGUES0

6:15 to 7:15 p. m. for thepurpoe Boston at Philadelphia. --- Service Everywhere In Florida;

1913-California's Senate passed of delivering complaint CIGARS, CIGARETTES, ERt .
the Webb Alien Land Bill. *. Help u. give you 100 NATIONAL LEAGUE ACCEPTED G
percent! service by caling 51 St. Louis at Cincinnati. SOFT DRINKS, ALWAYS

193.s-Philippine's Legislature if you do not receive The Citi- Pittsburgh at Chicago. ETC

accepted Act of Congress providing aea.rLLLLLL.lL. i Philadelphia at Boston.

for independence in 1914. / New York at Brooklyn .. -



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........................................ I eee e e I I FRUIT I Florida extends farther west k


: : SOCIETY : : ........................i TO END TODAYThe AT LOWS S STORE BENJAMIN LOPEZ Harry) Shuck, mechanical expert Temperature {I winds and weather partly overcast I FUNERAL HOME

with one of the large dredging Highest/ _*..................._:.........88 I tonight and Wednesday! } I Regular weekly shipment of Established 49 Yean

Woman's Church Auxiliary To companies, arrived from West]I last regular trip of the Key) Lowest _........................_.......75 East Gulf: Moderate\ northeast fruits and vegetables will arrive''' Key We.!'. Oldest

Palm Beach this week for a visit(!1 I West-Miami plane will be conclud- Mean\ ............_...........................82 wind. over north and central portions tonight/ by truck for Lowe's Cash 24-Hour Ambulant Service

Assemble At Daytona BeachThe with his family. I j I ed with departure of the plane Normal Mean ...........-......:.-...77 and moderate easterly winds Grocery, 1117 Division street. ;I Ii Licenced Embalmer -W
Pno. 135 Night 6>
I I this: afternoon at 4 o'clock and Rainfall over extreme sout hportion. i I The shipment which includes: a I]
Dave Griner of - --
Opa-Locka, arrived -
annual' meeting of the Mikell. D. D., Bishop of the Dio- yesterday on call to his I its arrival in Miami. I Yesterday's Precipitation .0 Ins. WEATHER CONDITIONSThe [I I'large variety of both fruits and'I 1 \\\\"I"'III/\\ "/'/
I' of Atlanta. .... .05 Ins. vegetables is expected to arrive ) \ /
Woman's Auxiliary of the Diocese j'cese There Normal Precipitation
home because of the serious ill-I i was one passenger arriving .. rrrorrf .. :.-....r period ; early in the evening. I j
It that all church Thin *tvrr
Florida will be held at is hoped mem
of his father William SPEND
of .
ness : this morning: Frederick Wag ..dl.<< at N .Vlork 1 .IhU. .ra..sTomorrow' western high pressure area
the time and place the Di-I I bers in the vicinity will take ad- .
same ( 03 .
Grintr.Mrs.. Almanac
: ner, owner of the Yacht Paula i has moved castwarJ and ovcrI ,i i Subscribe to The Citizen. I t
ocesan Convention/of the Episcopal :;; vantage of the opportunity I' Louise home port Key West, came Sun rises ....... .._"...._ 5:51: a. m. _.- YOUR11VACATION.
Church, Daytona Beach,' May) I (present!' at this service. I \ Camille Moomaw\ beauti- in, and was: to return this after- Sun sets .. ._........ ........ C:57 p, m. I spreads[ the unrer. and Ohio'mide' ::"'! Mississippi "I ,

7,8and9. I The meetings of the Woman's cian and manicurist, arrived noon. Moon\ rises ....... ..._., 4.37; a. m.! !' and'Iower 'Valleys) MONROE THEATER
The following churches will act Auxiliary will be opened by ,the yes-1: ..... .!( this morning, Little Rock'; 'Ark.. I i .
terday'; from Miami\ and will Moon\ sets ......_... 5:57: p. m.Tomorrow's f
as hosts: St. Barnabas, DeLand; r Corporate Communion service on I 30.12 inches; >while"'pfes{ ura, isflow Will Rogers in :: THIS YEAR IN : "t-
charge: of the beauty parlor j
: Tides
St::. Paul's, New Smyrna; St. James, Wednesday morning at ,'7:30: Berlin- Sawyer's barber shop. j HAIRDRESSER I throughout the remainder of ,
I A.M. P.M:I 1 the with disturbances -also------ FLORIDAprucurHEALTH
Ormond Beach; Grace, Port i o'clock, in St. Mary's Church with 1
Orange, and Trinity and the Rt Rev. John D. Wing, D. D., I ------ i 1I I High .................. C-44: 7:12: central over the North Atlantic BEHIND THE EVIDENCE

Ufary's.( Daytona Beach. St.1 Bishop of the Diocese of South L. E. Spencer, general freight! HAS ARRIVED!, Low ..._..............12.3J: 12:46: I Staes and norhern Rockies, New : Matinee Balcony, lOc; Orchestra 'I !
agent of the railroad, arrived yesterday Barometer at 8 a. m. today: York City. 29.46 inches and He
The opening service of the convention J I Florida, as celebrant. 15-20e() ; Night, lS-25c
will be held on the eve-I Business sessions will conveneat on a business, visit with i Sea level 2J/93. I I lena., //IIII''" ''I"\\\\\" \\\ \

ning of May\ 7, in the Daytona : 10 a. m. and at 2:30: p. m, on local officials. Mrs\ Camille Moomaw, expert Lowest Highest!'t have occurred during the last!'t 24 ---- --- -- -- -
-- I
Beach auditorium, which will be I Wednesday; and at 10 a. m. on ; permanent waver and beauty cul- Yesterday I J I hours in mos tsections east of the
StationLast Night )
so ',transformed as to (present 8'' Thursday. The Diocesan President Leo McMahon, chief engineer/: tuii-t.i:t. is now personally in charge, Abilene ............ 52: 72 I I i Mississippi River, with showers in / II iI I
churchly appearance. Combined t Mrs.\ Deane Turner of Fort with one of the large dredging: of Berlin Sawyer's Beauty) Shop} 78 Gulf coast districts and eastern
Atlanta ............ 56 I I
the ;
choirs from the neighboring cities : Myers, will preside::> at all sessions. companies operating' on cast! on Fleming street. Florida, Pensacola reporting a
...._..._... 44 58
this ::>
coast, armed week for visit
a j heavy rainfall of 2.08 inches.
"Mill musical from of \
furnish appropriate The delegate St. Paul's Mrs. Moomaw was formerly 64
letting and the preacher for this Key West, who will attend is 1\1\ with his family. i iI i \fi;, Cam'll; T d ".. f Buffalo .m..... 40 I I j Thpr"e has also been rain in the i l
) '" 1 "e" orres, dug>U.iv. Charleston ........ 68 78 ris ) _I ( i iI
service will be the Rt. Rev. II. J.i' E. J. Bayly. rs'J A, Aurelio Torres, former resident 60 Pacific States and Plateau region.
... .
.... 40
i Chicago
t I .n. have fallen from
Mr and Mrs. Ernest Delgado.left of this Temperatures
,-- -- -- city. Denver .............. 40 48
--- - .' the middle and
yesterday afternoon to spend, Mississippi Valley t
Latest for giving ''
equipment / i .......38 58 I
Philatelic Society Junior Club To I[a vacation in Miamj with }iclaftives -1 permanent waves was recently installed ! Detroit .n. 82 lower Lake region southward to ICE
Galveston 68
I and friends. .m..n the Gulf toast, with light frost! EiUSE
at this beauty shop. _.......
Pats On Program Conduct Meeting I Havana .... 76 reported this morning in :Missouri\ ;

,y,:,"j: : : Huron ....... ...... 32.. !' 48
1 l' ''I I J i Miss\ Mai Perez, who was visiting -! whil f'| fthpcr wfathti t prevails in
fUJ11 Key West Philatelic Soeiet'y'Tield .| Members\ of the Key \West t', in Key' \West l with her sister,] Only.Few Elements, Of .r, : Jacksonville .m..'ftp. "' : : VI.., tho
: I Mrs\ 'Byron Richardson and other t Political Situation Clear Kansas; City ..<... 38 60 tenufaratures $re. stjl above nor- ( ( I II
; a very successful l and Junior Woman's Club are i" .
preparing i! : WEST 88 1 LASTS LONGER!
KEY 75
'oJ" ,, .. maHirPmost' Atlantic. and Gulf
41 I
J relatives returned yesterday ? ( \
jCDJojaMe.I fcl'nngrWal' entertain' for another of their delightful her home, in Miami. i "" tot' | 1 Enough ToBe,: Accepted; Little Rock' ..n.. 50 ..72 coast districts. it*

jnent& I last night 'at its htad-.! social meetings to be held 5 11 11Mr L"o,{' '?. Angles:,' C2 64' r', G. S. KENNEDY.ta ) I S'1 ICE REFRIGERATORS

q'uarJe'j'. ';708 I Eaton street. i} o'clock Thursday afternoon. Samuel R Lund left: yesterday (Continued From Page One) Louisville.,-j......._ 46 .68. ' violin] democrat, and endorses Senator' Miami .. .......... 74 84Minneapolis *> 1 '
'jfhe: 'program! included As usual, the affair' will be held afternoon for her home Tn'j Slade of all metal-
and solos recitations oft, after sis- Borah. I ...... 38 46 Jay Boy Richelson, a youngster !1 I l
piano j Miami visiting with her pad with WATER / I IA
the of the West I
in rooms Key :; '
The whole ... 78
jumble of Orleans
poems>>, a number of two-minute:, I ter. Mis Willard Wells and other i iI currents New I of Camden N. J., recovering after
Woman's' Club on Division .stieet. and counter-currents, inside both New York .......... 52 66
talks, popular songs and a humorous I relatives. ; four operations was recently t A They're Economical
: !
sketch, besides four sur:' Hostesses! will be Miss\ Leonor I I'I'I parties and among the outsiders I Pensacola .......... 68 76 I made happy by) receiving a baseball -I 9 ,

Warren Miss Anne Duncan and 1' likewise, is about as inconclusiveat : Pittsburgh ........ 46 76 i I .1
prises. I I Adjutant and Mrs\ ': James::; Klaas': I! with the inscription: "To my (. 100 Per Cent RefrigeratSatisfaction
Miss Catherine }luau this .......... 46 64 '
Miss\ Rose Appel. piano; Miss .the Salvation Army, left yesterday . stage; as any political' sit St. pal Jay Boy Richelson. Get well
Beulah Brantley. violin; Oscar i lof! afternoon for Jacksonville uation could be. It will have to Salt Lake City. 46 68 quick. From Babe Ruth." It
Norman contributed Home ComingAt : be clarified and reclarified by developments San Francisco .. 52 60
piano, greatly , after a visit with the local Priced at ? .
I) to the success of the evening.'! unit. many times over, before Seattle ....... _..m 48 64 I

A', number of popular songs by'; ConventAt i,I it makes political sense, or Tampa ........m_. 70 86 PALACE

Mrs. William B. Norman varied j J. R Huffaker, of the American -: points to definite results. Washington ...... 54 82 Chas. Bickford-JIelen' ( Vinson in 35
the Alumnae reunion held I .......... 32 48 and
Wi1li ton I
the program. Original (poems by', last Monday at the Convent of!I Telephone and Telegraph .....................eToday's .. A NOTORIOUS GENTLEMAN j I Q
the hostess, Margaret\ Zinaida von : I, Company at Jacksonville. and Mi \!. i [Adrienne Ames-Ralph+ Bel'amv' ; ui EASY TFRMS-10 )

?M He etk-Liuba: and Vice President i Mary Immaculate plans were!1K.i Wilkins of the same comp'lny'I Horoscope WEATHER FORECAST in GIGOLETTE TREE TRIALTHOMPSON'S
made( for a home coming of all for- I
Arthur M.\! Brown were recited | in Miami\ left yesterday Tor their I
......... Matinee 10-15c 15-25c
i Night
stall read. I mer pupils regardless of whether I i respective. headquarters cfter ,Ii ] eeeeeee *eeeee (Till 8 p. m, Wednesday) II : ; : ICE CO.INC. I

There were two short informathre -' they are graduates or not. The short visit:;; in Key West. 81.'1 The peaceful nature of yesterday Key West and Vicinity: Fair I i I ; I
.talks on stamps by the presitent date set is May 23. I begins to be mingled with a and slightly cooler tonight and check .- ,

cl and vice president. A humorous -; day The affair plans with now a are basket for an lunchunder all I I 1 Manuel\ Gomez Waddmgton\ /: love of luxury, and may give way I I I I MALARIAin Phone No. 8 t :

!sketch; by the hostess amused; I prominent banker of Havana, arrived ' to self-indulgence The climax of fog btu 16 666 6 6
the trees at 1 o'clock. All '
t the guests. She and the com; former pupils invited. yesterday from !Havani t for the day is rather idle, but later it Ma+ rj1Y, / I 3 day I tl oI
are I
modore also contributed with I I a business and pleasure: vsit:: at takes on a stronger cat! and thereis I -.IWi'l I r
Mrs E. J. Bayly, phone 114, I .I. I II
piano selections. j, will be glad to answer any ques-: points in the north. J I more shrewdness and more suc r. "Liquid T.bka /
Four prizes donated by President i- With other it I first day.
tions regarding the affair it cess. good aspects \t: { S.Ie-N..eDr.p* il.i II "f ill! .11
is \
and Margaret Zinaida von I stated. Mrs\ John Dos Passos, wife of' is a fortunate day for any profes I jJ f I TONIC sad. LAXATIVE 111 !!r- -= -

Mietk-Liuba, were won by Miss\ the eminent author and critic,) sion. ? r
-- --
Rose' Appel, Orvis Kemp, Jay:( I who with Mr\ Passos had been) i-

Sticker, and Ray Watson. I I Others Named For I spending; the winter in Key West,,! When a fear-stricken student rl f.o"c--

The Philatelic' Society m't'tsl| Play 'onight I II left yesterday afternoon for Balti-. flyer "froze" to the dual controlU 1 '1I,1\

eytry Friday night/ at 7:30: at 70S I more. '! of a plane flying 2,000 feet above 'br. -' e
Fair Cooler
Eaton street.' Those who are interested -f In furnishing,: The' Citizen the -- I II Roosevelt Field, I I. I I., Miss\ An-

in stamps are invited to list of the cast:;; in "A Trip to:I P. I.I Gaddis.! superintendent of nette Gibson, noted woman pilot Wednesday; moderate north and

attend. I Storyland," to be presented tonight -,'i transportation for the railroad. prevented a crack-up by strikingthe northeast winds.
'I armed yesterday for a hysterical the head Florida
t which appeared in yester company man over : Fair and cooler tonight;
Announcement ;day's paper those in charge inadvertently1 I shot!> business trip and returned with ja fire extinguisher and Weilnesday fair, somewhat coolerin I
in the afternoon to Miami.\ \ knocking r him out. south portion.Jacksonville ,
01 Engagement I names which omitted are as several follows:of the I j I I to Florida Straits: I r\

Fairies: Betty Williams. Beverly J! George Coyle narcotic agent, vine, from there will go to visit Moderate north and northeast' nlnu
Mr. and Mrs.\ Henry I. Atwell, I who was in Key West for a few friends in New Orleans and El
Curry, Marvis Bethel and Laur-
Sr.; announce the engagement/ / oftheir 'week i left yesterday for his: home' ., Paso, Texas, and will from the LEGALS
ette Bethel Cushion' Booth
: daughter/ Yvonne Mae, to' Charles Albert; :|i in Miami, accompanied by Mis.\ : last city proceed to San Diego,
Rodriguez /
Joseph' Warren\\ son of Mr.\ and Coyle. j Calif., to round out a three months
Mrs.. ,Leo II Warren I vacation as the guest of :a daughter :\nrtcKl :

.The wedding/ will take place( the I, MAN HELD FORINVESTIGATION I Mrs\ Leland, Sawyer who attended .' Mrs.\I II. P.. Darting l\ TIIK: ('(lT1 l JIIM.irs" : ('01"'HTIN r=
i AMI loll :MOMIOK: (IU\T1.
latter part of May\ it is stated; ( the Convention of Pjthian1!, F'I LIlIl11lA' IN .'IlOI1.'TF:. :.
I Sisters in' Gainesville, as delegate''' Mrs. D. A. Printz, and two Ill re state:, of rot: .ti

Legion Auxiliary i from Key West Temple returned, daughters, Aileen and David who lWW.: UARM:-..reasd: ,

'I I Sunday. I III were spending four months in Key :Notice- is hereby given to all (Ce Ithv'eVS
T To I' /
Hold Meeting West, left over the highway this Tuttle whom it the ma undersigned)' ,concern that Kxerutrix; May

u tat' I Jose Luis Lugo, alleged to be a ]i. E. C. Hawkins chief freight/ morning for their home in Franklin : of I the .'last Will! and Testament of

:Mr, .*. JI:'G: Piftdela.' ; president", of. native of Puerto Rico, is: being held ; traffic official of the F. E. C. R. Pennsylvania. ii fSgy: ,,'U'the Lamer Honorable; deceased Hutch, has(:iunn filedwith : .

'then i Arthur' Sawyer' Post American in the county jail pending an investigation R, arrived yesterday afternoon*, .l ,II..., I'ounljTjJinlpe of Monroe (Oiyn'>. I
Legionauxiliary : Alex at Carfort I'Iorl.Ia.her'| .] :, final I 1 report;: ana ..hasmade' 11 1J'' :
Jenks keeper
: : announces an by the immigration I.from St. Augustine/ and I left on;i ):;- tttthltcation for her discharge/: r >) ... )

Mi'ta"'! njt meeting for 4 o'clocktomorrow I authorities." I j I the }Ferry Palma t last!'>t night .for 8'' lit #fho ousen : vlt'. tCftfliW! .stjpxerutrix; :> of AMIHand( .. Lt

afternoon. I Lugo/ v a* apprehended )jester- i business! visit in Havana.. '. 'iI i this cfiiarterty vii c aEton wil; tr ru, T iitamfUt.Qf' ';< )
"Memb'ers: are to meet in the (day by Chief DeputSheriff ii i'fa.\rljlftlhe.\ | | ( I%+fpfe'bn r.Jnf t''Jct<< t, 'ISated'.prtt' 8, IMS:> ',t I .,

Lerftbh hall l Whitehead, street Clements! Jaycocks and his arrest 1 Claude H. Roberts: will leave 1 Plh iMlfXKJTOfcfly'lorhis jt} i ? I}Jhe. igh- V..?, ,, M\Y TtTTTiti', :. 'CoGQI.Ei "
As Kxecutrlx: of thf Last Will and
and. ,a.. full attendance is expected i reported to the authorities. I tomtrrow for a visit ''in Jack -on-l' "{ :: s \ v il.Testament of Cu}';W. Lamer, de- I

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