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i' * " : ——“*“**~~ - mi -- Bra Marian Gordon 1 Ttowiar fry HELPktCUttID K**** in* tsfiin vii JJJk T*mf m a revolver at ue PHMM treuhto. After the m fright tu clear r* M • Kwh key 4rtwd la the •***• •** ritottee they affected. • , . WtlO had Ku*k bon tar Ma ... Um u tt. H* hkd mm tar tokriag the iMa% ptoUtoy topughf 4*e ■*• * IT 4^38y * ffiji) ggr \ “•• aw* aa eae aaas you tohtog aaaaa Mara cat ever the am, gad ted started to follow. It didst Wees tbht mm eee to aay iaa4i •to rtaatf. a mui aka *u keing •be mast m aa aaato ptoee a**; a sstostkum to throw kin of iba track. Ita wostd valk tote towa. owi aaato mad MriSwais ta to fetes aka aa* Marat* utag Mop pats Um to tiara aka aaato o to It at 1 • keare. atto aaa tf few attp Mat aaatoa t fatara aki fear, pro Siam toy ta rtaaa aaaaa. Tka te® tanr~ Maa ana wtfe aa orfe*a to* kit torn fester* tka* moved to aka re*rk ito aa had a uaaii puca of *te* ew jaaia ooy tka ootid cat word to lokaKtaa . tatoakoaa .. aa. aka •aato artta feim. kat akara ..* t aatoc dews tka kill. taking • (kart cat aka aatl a Mrt tkaacki at taktop tka cowto hoar Mata fearh; aa* partucr had art ttoati* yonrrd tka kaaaa. Kkt aa* tata teas ffey™L, 4 e now to reaffe f# 1 Mi It a* ttcffwoia lyf] tka cars which aat>M *ar. ••• oaa ami atauoa Martsn oat* at tt tka waa vko *• trailing , i tt Ska M* parfead oa Unit • ‘into fart be* te#*. i tending e**r *• **• tag ro*i* *H H. It pa**d a a* $ fee neared to tea at *ka rweehed (fee mata •tract ka aa afeat *ka aoatd do torn t n in fear termer city aditor. pad a toother vko kad recently pur akasad tka vettoys vaakiy tt* r M taoato pa to tkara. write a totter I* fete Risg and hav* Saadersoa *••# foead gander son la fats office, •aptolfKil tbai aka tod Mas feariog Mtlm aroued her hoeae * ud wanted to reach tkto detactlra ItoMto to ktrfe wilts oat anyone* toMwiag wfeat ska was dotog. Ha waa eager ta kalp kar. took kar itu aa tooar eakky-kote ha uved to aa ton ad left fear there to Malta tor tottae. Ma rttaroed with •tottaasaat to fete to*M*r. tu Mr*, Caaad. tkara* • Kan •tot tog oautoa aod HI kat a dollar Today In History *••••••••••••••••••••• opening the Atiit Canal l-tifin. | |. j| H-l leader of the in |tm Canadian North % |. )MWVi If# CoikfUU ®ckoi ol to a hunch of aptnacb he’s got at* •rtaaraa.* “PtokaWf," rata road Marias **Tkaa Rstaa, wbfla yeu'r* a boot tt. write aa a ilttto squib a boat tka eat toy aod tt tb are's aay qaaattoaa yaaa ter oa* *1 bopa roc'll fee pm is ban •fa**.* Mid Basdaraoa wkas ha read tt. TB feature this oast adk tioa.” “Aad ba sura no oaa tees yoa stall tkto." aka bagged aa aba laft tka )to tor with him. Tka WakTs vara daHghted to aaa bar. While the little woman dressed. Wafcl took kar about kia gardes, tkm abovad bar with gnat pride Ue ear la which he would drive her back to the lodge. ~pHEY stopped la tows again for * Marias to do soma shopping, and Saadersoa. casually masting bar at the gran grocer's, told bar the Kanaka ted stopped ta sacs attar aha left, supposedly to Mb tor the most recent copy of the newspaper. *1 made feta wait.* Sanderson said, “while I rated a boot th story you'd written for oa. 1 talked to the snail thUt” paid Marian. counter girt ted talked tend enough so be oould bear without trying to .. . and Use letter's of. 1 slipped it to with a teach of oMca mail and dropped it through the slot myself.** With auiay starts tka Wakl car west into actios, plunging through the traffic Ilka a balky bona which baa saudoole made up its mind to go. Wakl crouched behind the wheal smiting bis baatlfie smile. May beam* tag with pride Me last of Mastering the bouse with these two at her side. Here were two she could trust with aay secret. She derided suddenly aba would trust them, tell them some thing she eoalda't tall Lon. Sba would ask boa to hire Wakl to bsodia the prune crop, the trees were already dropping their fruit, aad Wakl. kaowtag. would watch the bouse at the same time. Attar they ted made friends with Hero by tolling him sniff them to bto heart s content before they ap peared to notice him. aad after tbpy bad admired the house and Wakl ttedlrsst Sf>S>(essionaJ aye over tbe j gsrien. ritoi told them that aa iaoomy. a aery had aua. was having bar bothered. She told of the man ska had seea. behind the pile of timber Wakl nodded, vent out and re ifmed with a crumpled bit of paper aad tobacco In bin band, and with a half burned clgaret—“l sink be alto same Kanaka boy. alia ... alia same smoke roll em. sink bn use am. use em bolder.* be abovad her tbe pinched end of tha half smoked clgaret. “I sink Is ay here. Fix gar den.” They stayed until Lon appeared aad accepted tbe explanation Ma riaa gave. "Now that you’re earning. Loo.” ebe said. "1 did want the full garden tended so wn’d have a world of blossoms in tbe spring.” After they bad left. Lon tottered about tbe kitchen while she pre pared dinner, quieter than usual, troubled about something. -laa." be said at length. "Me- Swains want os to spend Sunday with them, bow about itr (Ctrtt*, is i*. h • y—/ Tomorrow, anew plot Is beaun- Vale in-China opened at Chang j .'ha. China. 1 **o7—Oklahoma admitted to | .statehood. 1914 —Federal Reserve System began operating. ■ i i*t.l3 —Russia recognized by | United States. The word “sincere” comes from j taw latin word* meaning “with ‘ out ttt" jf SPORTS GOODYEARS AND GATES’PLAYERS SPLIT TWIN BILL STARS COME OUT VICTO RIOUS IN OPENING GAME BY SCORE OF -2; TALLY IN SECOND GAME, 12-2 In the Junior Lesgue yesterday afternoon the Goodyears and the Gates Stora played a doubiebead. er. In the first game the Good year boys held the Gate?ter~ score less and hitless for the first four frames but weakened in the sixth and the Gates boys scored three run?—enough to win the game. They added two more in the sev enth for good measure. Joe RoaseH hit a double to score two runs in thpt fatal sixth. The leaders at bat were Villaregl and Zacal with two singles in three attempts. In the field, J. Russell aad Villareal played weß. In the second game Saunders hit a home run and two singles in three times at bat. J. Russell hit another double. In the field, Saunders and J. Piuder starred. The Goodyear ten came out vic torious in this fray by the score of 13 to 2. First Game Score by innings: R. H E. Gttes Stars 000 003 g—s 5 1 Goodyear 000 200 o—2 9 0 Batteries: Rcsam and Wood son; Black weii and Gonzalez. Summary: Two base hit: J. Russell; stolen bases: Rosam. Smith. Ackerman; sacrifice hit: B. Roberts; struck out: by Rosam 3. by Blackwell 2; bases on balls: off Rosam 5, off Blackwell 6; double plays: Saliaero (unassist ed), Navarro (unassisted), Ro--am to Woodson to Smith, Barcelo to Zacal; time of game: 0:50. Second Game Score by innings: R. H. E. Gates Stars 100 001— 2 4 5 Goodyear 401 205—12 8 2 Batteries: B. Roberts and Woodson; Villareal and Salinero. Summary: Home run: Saun- •3>mßßw? iiAMBWKe Jt>* ~ - a * • f r •^■^ J T^'> THE KEY WEST CITIZEN YOUNG BOYS PLAY, GAMES YESTERDAY! AT CURTIS FIELD; HIJOS DE LA LUZ TRIUMPH OVER CUBAN CLUB OUT FIT; WESLEY HOME DOWNS LOPEZ TEN Two exhibition games were ; played at the Curtis Field, cor , ner Simonton and Division street, yesterday by four of the clubs j that will play in the league tot start next Monday. Only boys; under 14 years of age will be al-' lowed to play. In the first game the Hijos de la Luz defeated the Cuban Club by l ' a 7 to 2 score. M. Hernandez and Torres featured at bat. In the j field, Tynes. Cabanas and Torre? i idayed well. | 1 -Score by innings: R. H. E. jDe la Luz 500 200 O—T 5 2 i 'Cuban Club 200 000 o —2 33 Batteries: M. Perez. Cobo and , 1 M. Hetnandez; Alfonso and Hop-' ;i4bs Summary: Two base hit: Al ’ fon-o; stolen bases: Merchant,; j Hopkins. Torres; runs scored: M. t j Hernandez 2. M. Perez 2. Fer-1 j candez. Sibila. P. Pazo. J. Ca- \ ! banas,*M. Hernandez; hits: off ’ Peret 2 and 2 runs in 4 innings; ’ • umpires: M. Sanchez and Castel- ‘ llano; time pf game: IKH). In the second game the Wesley i Home won from the Lopez Fun -1 ders; two base hits: Rueda, J. , Russell; stolen bases: Fmith. J. j Cates; struck out: by Villareal 2; t bases on balls: off Roberts 6; double play: Saunders to Zacal; wild pitches: Roberts 2; time of game: 0:40. Umpires, both games—Griffin and Lopez. The following is the standing of tbe eiubs up to and including yesterday’s games: Club— W. L. Pet. Cuban Club 5 4 .555; : Park*Stars 5 4 .555 j | Gates Stars 4 4 .500! j Goodvear 4 5 .444 IY. B. S. C 4 5 .444! I DIAMONDBALL ' GAMES TONIGHT There will be a doubleheader of di&mondbali tonight at Bay view Park when the Lopez cian wiR tackle the Adams Dairy ten ia the opening game, with the Army and Busy Bees coming to gether in the second contest. These are the two games that were scheduled for November 5, but which were called off on ac count of rain. PROTECTION GIVEN TO WORKING GIRLS By Press) BERLIN. Nov. 16. —Nazi of ficialdom is protecting the work ing girl by a series of decrees pro viding -for almost everything, in eluding entertainment. The household servant mti?t have a clean and “hygienic” room that can be locked. She must have her own place for washing and clothes, must be allowed eight housr of steep nightly and have a chance to rest at noon. Her employer also must take care her sickness insurance. The girls have been accustomed to working long hours for from sl2 to S2O monthly. eral Home Juniors by a 6 to 1 score. The Wesley boys started with three runs ia the first frame. Leader at bat wa. Walker and E. Garcia for the winners with two hits in two times up. For the low ers. Carey and Colon with one hit in one time at bat were the lead ers. In the field, Carey. Jack Cates and Billy Lor.es played a great game for the losers and E. Acevedo, Mato and R. Garcia for the winners. Score by innings: R H. E Wesley .. 300 111 o—6 6 2 L. F. H.. Jr. 100 000 o—l 6 3 Batteries: Carey and Jack Cates; Fernandez and E. Garcia. Summary: Home run: Walker; stolen bases: E. Acevedo Papy. P. Lones, Mato. Reno; left on bases: Wesley 5. Funeral Home 5; runs scored: Cardova 1. Walk er 2. E. Acevedo, E. Garcia; time of game: 1 dX>; umpires: M. Ace vedo and Castellano. 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