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SM IAM I GUIDE

and PRYOR'S BAND PROGRAM
Published by the
EMIAMI CHAMBER OF COMMERCE-For Free Distribution
S This guide is printed for free distribution to visitors in Miami, giving them
the program of the Arthur Pryor band one week in advance and containing
S authentic information about the city, its chief points of interest, clubs, churches,
amusements and entertainments. It also introduces through its advertisements
various business concerns. As an advertising medium it has the official endorse-
ment of the Mercantile Bureau of the Chamber of Commerce. Its advertisements
are carefully selected.



VOL. V. MIAMI, FLORIDA, FEBRUARY, 22, 1925 No. 12


This Week in Miami
SUNDAY-Free concert at Tourist Club, 8:00 P. M.
Fairfax Theatre-Adolphe Menjou in "The Swan."
Hippodrome Theatre-"Salome of the Tenements," Sun, Mon. and Tues.
MONDAY-Card Party at Tourist Club, 2:00 P. M.
New York Society Ladies' Card Party at Tourist Club, 2:00 P. M.
Open Air Dancing at Tourist Club, all week, 8:00 to 11:00 P. M.
Ohio Society Luncheon at Burdine's Roof Garden, 12:15 P. M.
Michigan Society Meeting at Parish House, Trinity Club, 222 N. E. 2nd
St., 8:00 P. M.
Pennsylvania Society Banquet at Hotel Urmey, 8:00 P. M.
Minnesota Society Meeting in Royal Palm Park, under State banner.
Fairfax Theatre-B. F. Keith Vaudeville, Mon., Tues. and Wed.
Jai Alai (Hi-Li) Games at Hialeah, all week, 8:30 P. M.
Dog Races at Hialeah, all week, 8:30 P. M.
Miami Jockey Club Horse Racing, all week, 2:30 P. M.
TUESDAY-Card Party at Tourist Club, 2:00 P. M.
New York Society Picnic. Busses leave Tourist Club, 10:00 A. M.
Concert by Florence MacBeth, Soprano, at White Temple, 8:15 P. M.
Home Economics Committee in charge of meeting at Woman's Club, Fort
Dallas Park, 2:00 P. M.
Polo Games at Miami Beach, 3:00 P. M., Tues., Thurs. and Sat.
WED NESDA Y-New Jersey Society-Dog Races at Hialeah.
Ohio Society-Afternoon party at Granada Apartments, 1:30 P. M.
Hippodrome Theatre-"Idle Tongues," Wed and Thurs.
THURSDAY-Indiana Society trip up Miami River to Musa Isle. Boat "New
River" of White Star Line leaves City Dock at 1:00 P. M.
John McCormack, Tenor, concert att White Temple, 8:30 P. M.
Fairfax Theatre-"The Ten Commandments," Thurs., Fri. and Sat.
Card Party at Tourist Club, 2:00 P, M.
New York Society ladies card palty at Tourist. Club, 2:00 P. M.
FRIDAY-Card Party at Tourist Club, 2:00 P. M.
Hippodrome Theatre-"The Midnight Express," Fri. and Sat.
SATURDAY- Fairfax Theatre- Children's Matinee at 10:00 A. M.


Where to Go-What to See BRYAN'S HOME-Marymont South on BrickeD
Avenue, in Coconut Grove, on Bay side.
ALLIGATOR FARM AND TROPICAL GARDENS- BISCAYNE PARK-One of the most beautiful
Here you see alligators from babies to grizzled suburbs of Miami, located on the Dixie High-
fellows centuries old. Also the finest display way, five miles north of the city. Its scores
of tropical trees, plants and flowers. Cross of parks planted with tropical foliage and
Flagler St. bridge and follow the River Drive flowers, and the beautiful Botanical Gardens
about a mile. Admission, twenty-five cents, are features of Interest to the tourist and








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WHERE TO GO-WHAT TO SEE
(Continued)
winter visitors, where hundreds of acres of
velvety green lawns and hundreds of thou-
sands of flowers form a refreshing view to
Dixie Highway motorist.
CORAL GABLES-America's finest Spanish su-
burb, three miles southwest of Miami, on S.
W. Eighth St. Nine-hole golf course and club-
house; eighteen-hole course nearing comple-
tion. Venetian bathing pool, the largest open
air pool in this country. A trip to Coral
Gables is one of the favorite rides that Miami
offers to visitors,
CURTISs-BRIGHT RANCH-Six miles west along
north bank of the Miami canal, then East
through Hialeah. On the border of the Ever-
glades. Consists of 14,000 acres; model farm
buildings and farm machinery; large herds
of thoroughbred stock with modern dairy.
Visitors welcome.
FLORIDA CITRUS EXCHANGE-Grapefruit can-
ning and marmalades. West of F. E. C. track
South of Flagler St.
COCONUT GROVE-Five miles south of Miami.
Take Brickell Ave. or S. Miami Ave. and fol-
low bay shore. Many famous estates and
homes among the finest in the country.
Among them the estates of Arthur Curtis
James, John Bindley, Admiral Ross. W. J.
Matheson, Kirk Monroe and others. Don't
fail to stop and visit the Congregational
church, modeled after an old Spanish church
in Mexico City. Open to visitors.
CAUSEWAY-Million dollar concrete viaduct
and filled driveway connecting Miami with
Miami Beach. Double auto driveway, 105 feet
wide. Free to public. Good bay fishing its
entire length.
DEERING ESTATE-"Villa Vizcaya," three
miles south of Miami. Cross Miami river on
Miami Ave. bridge and continue south on




FAIRFAX THEATER

Sunday only
Adolphe Menjou, "The Swan"

Mon., Tues. and Wed.
B. F. Keith's Vaudeville, Five
Big Time Acts, also Pathe News

Thursday, Friday and Saturday
"THE TEN
CONMMl ANDMIENTS"


PARK THEATER

DON PLANNING
and the Park Favorites
in Times Square Theatre
Success
"SUS DEAR"
With Evelyn Napier in title role


Brickell Ave. or Miami Ave. Built by James
Deering at a cost of nearly $5,000,000; begun
four years ago and not yet finished. Unique
in this country. Interior finishings and fur-
niture from many of the ancient castles in
Europe. Grounds cover 200 acres; estate open
to public on Sundays and Wednesdays from 2
to 4 p. m. Free to public, but cars must not
stop, nor occupants alight. Gorgeous archi-
tectural, landscaping and floral effects.
DIXIE HIGHWAY-Miami is the southern ter-
minus of this great highway. This highway
affords a fine auto route. Its end is at Flag-
ler Street and Second Ave. Its extension,
Ingraham Highway, can be followed north-
ward to Palm Beach (72 miles). One can go
by the inland route and return by the ocean
drive. At Arch Creek there is a division, and
returning, instead of crossing the railroad
take the East Dixie through Bay Shore, cross-
ing the railroad at the Charles Deering estate
and returning to Miami on the main Dixie
Highway through Buena Vista.
EVERGLADES-Reached by Tamiami Trail
westward from Miami (out Eighth St.) 15
miles; or westward through Allapattah, along
the Miami canal past Hialeah, 22 miles; or
southward by Ingraham Highway (40 miles) ;
or extended trip from Ft. Lauderdale or West
Palm Beach by boat to Lake Okeechobee.
EXPERIMENTAL STATION-(U. S. Dept. Agri-
culture)--Tropical plants introduction gardens.
South on Brickell Ave. Also at Little River,
north on Dixie Highway. Open to public.
Many strange varieties of tropical plant life.
FARMER'S MARKET-Municipal market house,
just west of City Hall. Complete display of
tropical fruits and vegetables. Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturdays.
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MIAMI GUIDE AND BAND PROGRAM 3


ARTHUR PRYOR AND HIS BAND
ARTHUR PRYOR, Conductor ARTHUR PRYOR, JR., Conductor



Sunday Afternoon, February 22nd, 1925, 3:00 P. M.

PART I.
1. Overture, "The Beautiful Galatea ..........................................Suppe
2. Grand Scenes, "Fedora" ............................. .....-.. ..........Giordano
3. "The Old Folks at Home and in Foreign Lands"........ ................. Roberts
4. Flute Solo, "Spanish Dance" ..----....... ...... -------.........Pessard
Richard Forster.
5. Selection, "Albion" --.----- -...-.. .....-- -- -..............-............ ... Bonniseau

PART II.
6. "An Operatic Mirror" .........--.-------- --- ---....-........ Tobani
7. (a) "Traumbilder" ---------------------------....... .......... Lumbye
(b) "Onward Christian Soldiers" .....-----------.......... .........................-Sullivan
8. Soprano Solo, "Open the Gates-of the Temple" -- ------ ..Knapp
Rachel Jane Hamilton.
9. "The Star Spangled Banner" ......---.. ........... ............ ..........Key
Mr. Pryor and his Band use and recommend Holton Band Instruments made in Elkhorn, Wis.

Polo Match tomorrow. Grounds near Nautilus Hotel, Miami Beach.


WHERE TO GO-WHAT TO SEE
(Continued)
old tower, surrounded by coconut groves-a
fine place for a picnic. Right at hand are
some of the best fishing spots on the coast.
Take excursion boats or hire private launch.
FLORIDA ORANGES AND GRAPEFRUIT-Washed,
polished, graded by machinery, wrapped and
packed daily. Hamilton, Michelsen & Co.,
Miami Ave. and S. W. Second St. Public
welcome. No admission charge.
GROVEs-Grapefruit, orange, avocado, and
mango. Hundreds of fine groves can be seen
by driving west or south from Miami. A
score of smooth roads lead by these objectives.
HAND LOOM WEAVING-Exhibition of old
time method of colonial days of hand dyed,
hand spun wool weaving, ancient patterns and
designs. An interesting study. Coconut Grove
at end of bus line. Visitors welcome.
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Studios, mechanical rabbit race course, rare
collection of wild animals and birds, and
other attractions. West along Miami canal
through Allapattah.
HOMESTF-AD-Largest city in south Dade
county (30 miles), south on Ingraham High-
way, paralleling railroad. Fine motor trip
over smooth roads. Motor bus makes regular
trip. Florida City adjoins Homestead on the
south.
INGRAHAM HTGHWAY-Practically a contin-
uation of the Dixie Highway to southern end
of Dade county. Leads to Royal Palm State
Park and southward nearly to Gulf of Mexico.
Good t, .I r., to Royal Palm Park; remain-
der fair.
JUNGLE PARK--One of the city parks, where
a Florida hammock has been retained with
much of its wild tangled growth. Fine ex-
hibit of tropical trees and foliage. South on
Miami Ave., at 15th St. Public welcome.


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4 MIAMI GUIDE AND BAND PROGRAM


ARTHUR PRYOR AND HIS BAND
ARTHUR PRYOR, Conductor ARTHUR PRYOR, JR., Conductor


Monday Afternoon, February 23rd, 1925, 3:00 P. M.
PART I.
1. Overture, "La Reine d'un Jour"---------------.......................................--------------.....................Adam
2. Prelude to Suite, "L'Arlesienne No. 1"............-.......--...........................Bizet
3. Grand. nita on, "My Old Kentucky Home"------.......---.-------..........................Dalbey
4. (a) Andante, First Movement, "Pathetic Symphony".. .......Tschaikowsky
(b) "Bal Masque" ..... --...........----------------------------.................-...........-------.........Fletcher
5. Finale, "At the Courts of Granada" .............--..... .-------..--------.......---------.............Chapi
PART II.
6. Excerpts, "Madam Butterfly" ---..........------............---------------......................... Puccini
7. "Invitation to the Dance"----------......................................... -----------...--------................----Weber
8. (a) "Melody in F" .-- ----...----- .... ............... ......................Rubinstein
(b) "In Lover's Lane" ..--- --.......---------.....--------........................ ......... Pryor
9. "Coronation March" ----...... --------...------.................................... Meyerbeer


Polo Playing Grounds on trolley line near Nautilus Hotel. Game tomorrow

WHERE TO GO-WHAT TO SEE two companies can operate simultaneously.
(Continued) Public welcome.
MILLIONAIRE'S Row-Palatial homes at Point
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trolley at Flagler St. and First Ave. Sea on Brickell Ave., east to Bay, returning to
bathing, polo and casinos. Brickell Ave., and thence south on Brickell
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-MIAMI GUIDE AND BAND.PROGRAM 5

ARTHUR PRYOR AND HIS BAND
ARTHUR PRYOR, Conductor ARTHUR PRYOR, JR., Conductor


Monday Evening, February 23rd, 1925, 7:30 P. M.
PART I.
1. Overture, "La Forza del Destino"........................ ................... ....Verdi
2. (a) "Danse Negre" .......................................... Ascher
(b) "In the Village" from, "Poetical Scenes" .........-..........Godard
3. Excerpts, "Tannhaeuser" ----.......................... ................ Wagner
4. Trio for Cornets, "The Three Solitaires" ............-----------------........... ----... Herbert
Messrs. Handzlik, Tong ajd Stambaugh.
5. Descriptive, "Dance of the Serpents" --................... .......... Boccalario
PART II.
6. "Reminiscences of Scotland" -- .........-........................ Godfrey
7. (a) "The Old Church Organ" .................................... ...Chambers
(b) "The G. A. R. Patrol" ......... ................. ... ................................Bassett
.8. Soprano Solo, "Voce di Primavera" .--.......-- ...........................Strauss
Rachel Jane Hamilton.
9. "The Star Spangled Banner" ...... ......... ....... .......................Key
Mr. Pryor and his Band use and recommend Holton Band Instruments made in Elkhorn, Wis.
Polo Game tomorrow, 3 P. M. Playing field on trolley line

WHERE TO GO-WHAT TO SEE reefs off Miami. Odd shapes and superb
(Continued) colored fish, coral forests, sea fans and ferns,
and the strange submarine life seen through
excursion steamers or by hired launches, a glass bottom boat. Leaves daily from dock
rropical foliage, splendid homes, and Seminole at Flagler St. Bridge, Miami River.
Indian villages. MUNICIPAL DOCKS-Steamships for New
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MIAMI GUIDE AND BAND PROGRAM


ARTHUR PRYOR AND HIS BAND
ARTHUR PRYOR, Conductor ARTHUR PRYOR, JR., Conductor



Tuesday Afternoon, February 24th, 1925, 3:00 P. M.

PART I.
1. Overture, "Festival" ........ ... ..... -- --- .................Lassen
2. Suite, "In Days of Old" ........-------- -------- ........... .............. Ball
3. (a) Idyll, "Eleanor" ............. ........ -------- ..... ..........Deppen
(b) "The Crack Regiment" ---....--- ------------....----------..Eilenberg
4. Scenes from, "The Spring Maid" ....--------- ...--...---- ......... Reinhardt
5. (a) "The Life of a Rose".............----... ---------------......-------...................Rudd
(b) Finale to, "Norwegian Rhapsodie" .. ....-..-....-----.................Lalo

PART II.
6. Excerpts, "The Mikado" ......... -----....-------....................Sullivan
7. (a) "A Rustic Dance" ---. .................-- ------ ---------------..................... Pryor
(b) "Al Fresco" .....----------------.---- ------- -------------...------------... Herbert
8. "Prelude and Sicilliana", "Cavalleria Rusticana".....-------......-...............----- Mascagni
9. March, "Up the Street" ..........-------------------.............Morse
Mr. Pryor and his Band use and recommend Holton Band Instruments made in Elkhorn, Wis.

See the U. S. Army Polo Team. Flamingo Polo Club, Miami Beach.


WHERE TO GO-WHAT TO SEE
(Continued)
northern ports and Bahamas and points south.
Bayshore Drive northward six blocks.
NATURAL BRIDGE-At Arch Creek, north on
Dixie Highway nine miles, highway crosses
Arch Creek, a beautiful stream, over a natural
bridge.
OCEAN DRIvE-Twenty mile ride along ocean
and bay, on coconut lined highway. Cross
Causeway, follow road paralleling ocean north-
ward, crossing Inland Waterway and reaching
Fulford on the Dixie Highway, thence into
Miami. Or drive out Dixie Highway to Ful-
ford and cross over to the ocean and return
through Miami Beach.
ROYAL PALM STATE PARK-Forty-four miles
south of Miami, 4000 acres of virgin Florida
hammock and Everglades. A bird, fish, and
plant sanctuary owned by the state but under
the supervision of the Federation of Woman's
Clubs of Florida. Club house for convenience
of guests. Reached by Ingraham Highway
through Homestead. Admission free.
SEMINOLE INDIANS-Bands are often seen on
the streets of Miami. Villages are at the
Tropical Gardens, Musa Isle and Hialeah,
where visitors can see their huts, native dress,
manner of living, etc.
SUGAR PLANTATION (Pennsylvania Sugar
Co.)--$1,250,000 mill for grinding and refin-
ing, and cane fields, 16 miles northwest along


Printers of This Program


the Miami canal through Hialeah. Good rock
road all the way. 300,000 acres, 5,000 planted.
TRUCK FARMS-In Allapattah, Little River,
Lemon City region or southward along the
Ingraham Highway of westward in the Ever-
glades. Visitors will enjoy stopping and exam-
ining the vegetable growth.
TAMIAMI TRAIL---Leads west from Miami
and when completed will connect the Atlantic
coast with the Gulf of Mexico. Canal is dug
a distance of thirty miles, nearly to Dade
county line. Good road for 15 miles from
Miami, fair road five miles further. Splendid
view of the Everglades in their natural state
with partial drainage.
VEGETABLE PLANTATIONS-Winter vegetables
are grown in large quantities, tomatoes, pep-
pers, beans, potatoes, etc., for shipment to
northern markets. Shipments are at their
heighth during February and March. Visitors
welcome at fields and at packing houses at
any of the small towns along the railroad line.
WOODLAWN PARK CEMETERY-Some attrac-
tive winding drives and a beautiful display of
tropical trees and shrubbery. Three miles out
Tamiami Trail.
YACHT ANCHORAGE-In Biscayne Bay at
mouth of Miami river and north end of new
bay front park fill. During midseason yachts
and houseboats to the value of many millions
ride at anchor here.


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MIAMI GUIDE AND BAND PROGRAM 7


ARTHUR PRYOR AND HIS BAND
ARTHUR PRYOR, Conductor ARTHUR PRYOR, JR., Conductor

Tuesday Evening, February 24th, 1925, 7:30 P. M.
PART I.
1. Overture, "Die Meistersinger" .............-...----...............-..... ...-------Wagner
2. Grand Scenes, "Le Roi de Lahore"................................................ Massenet
3. Trombone Solo, "Monarch Polka" ............. ............... --Pinard
John Schueler.
4. Excerpts, "Mignon" .................. .............-.... ----- Thomas
5. Descriptive, "The Death of Custer" (by request) .......................... Johnstone
PART II..
6. "Lyric Suite Op. 54" ......................... .... ...... ... ............................... Grieg
(a) "The Shepherd Boy." (b) "Nocturne." (c) "March of the Dwarfs."
7. Scenes from, "The Clinging Vine" ................ --- .. ..............Levey
8. Soprano Solo, "Homage to Spring" ................ ................ MacFadyen
Rachel Jane Hamilton.
9. "The Star Spangled Banner" ............ ........... .. ...... ...... .......Key
Mr. Pryor and his Band use and recommend Holton Band Instruments made in Elkhorn, Wis.
250 Polo Ponies at Miami Beach. Grounds on trolley line

nada apartment buildings. Membership is
Public Library free to all persons who are residents of Miami.
Visitors in the city may have the privilege of
Miami's library needs are filled by the borrowing books by making a deposit of $2.00.
Flagler Memorial Free Library, owned by the When leaving the city the $2.00 is returned.
Woman's Club of Miami, but maintained by The free reading room is open daily from nine
the city. This is located in temporary quarters a. m. to nine p. m., and on Sundays from
at 330 S. E. First Court, in Fort Dallas Park, two until five o'clock. There are about 15,000
just opposite the Henrietta Towers and Gra- volumes in the library.


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MIAMI GUIDE AND BAND PROGRAM


ARTHUR PRYOR AND HIS BAND
ARTHUR PRYOR, Conductor ARTHUR PRYOR, JR., Conductor

Wednesday Afternoon, February 251th, 1925, 3:00 P. M.
PART I.
1. Overture, "Masaniello" ..... _..............-------------------------- ..-------...........-. Auber
2. Scenes from, "The Belle of New York"---.........-----...-------............------.....Kerker
3. (a) Song Dance, "Ilo" ...............----------------------.. -------- Black
(b) "A Hawaiian Patrol" .........-----------..-------------------...Stewart
4. Excerpts, "Attila" ----..---.---- --------.--------------.. Verdi
5. "Homage March" ............................................ ..--------- -------- -.. W agner
PART II.
6. Three Numbers from Suite, "Les Deux Pigeons"
(a) "Entree des Tziganes" ......-------------........----.........---.....--.--.--------............Messager
(b) "Scene et Danse des Deux Pigeons."
(c) "Finale."
7. Scenes from, "The Serenade" .........----.....-------------....---------Herbert
8. (a) "Salut d'Amour" --------------------------------------. Elgar
(b) Military March, "Pomp and Circumstance" ...---..................-----.----..........---Elgar
Mr. Pryor and his Band use -and recommend Holton Band Instruments made in Elkhorn, Wis.
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MIAlMI GUIDE AND BAND PROGRAM 9

ARTHUR PRYOR AND HIS BAND
ARTHUR PRYOR, Conductor ARTHUR PRYOR, JR., Conductor

Wednesday Evening, February 25th, 1925, 7:30 P. M.
PART I.
DEVOTED TO ITALIAN COMPOSERS
1. Overture, "William Tell" ........--- -.............-------- .....-- .. .......Rossini
2. (a) Intermezzo, "Cavalleria Rusticana" ........... ................... Mascagni
(b) "The Anvil Chorus", "II Trovatore" ................---...-.....---Verdi
3. Euphonium Solo, "Prologue", "II Pagliacci"................. ........ .....Leoncavallo
Angelo Aguglia.
4. Excerpts, "La Boheme" .............. ................... Puccini
5. Grand Scenes, "Traviata" ..... ........... --.- ............ .. ..... ....Verdi
PART II,
6. Tone Poem, "A Summer Day in Norway" .............--. ....... .....Wilmers
7. (a) "Fairy Dreams" ............------.. ........... ..... --- .......- Blon
(b) Danca Version, "A Song of India"-.............-.... ...... .. Grefe
8. Soprano Solo, "Romeo and Juniet Waltz"................ ...-------............Gounod
Rachel Jane Hamilton.
9. "The Star i 1 Banner" ........................... .. .........----------------- ...... ---Key
Mr. Pryor and his Band use and recommend Holton Band Instruments made'in Elkhorn, Wis.
Polo Game tomorrow, 3 P. M. Fine horses, fast riding, interesting game

Miami Theatres
Airdome, E. Flagler and 2nd Ave.
Fairfax, 255 E. FI Il,-r St. Temple Players, Masonic Temple, City Park
Fotosho, 65 E. I-I.,uler St. and Miami River.
Hippodrome, E. Flagler and 2nd Ave. Park Theatre, Stock Productions, 1st Ave. at
Paramount, S. E. 1st Ave. Second St.


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every member of your
family and every home
furnishing necessity
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Visit our Beauty Parlor

We specialize in Chiropody
I Second Floor


HAVANA
Personally Conducted Tours

A. P. Gill, Havana's Premier
Guide (17 years)



UNITED TOUR CO.
OFFICES
122 S. E. First Street
and Elser Pier
Phone 8812 Miami, Fla.


Travel Information
Steamship Tickets







10 MIAMI GUIDE AND BAND PROGRAM


ARTHUR PRYOR AND HIS BAND
ARTHUR PRYOR, Conductor ARTHUR PRYOR, JR., Conductor


Thursday Afternoon, February 26th, 1925, 3:00 P. M.


PART I.
1. Overture, "Festival" ------------- ......
2. Scenes from, "Sometime" .....----------------
3. (a) "Dawn" from Suite, "Peer Gynt" -
(b) "Marche des Moujicks" ---------------
4. "The Evolution of Yankee Doodle"........
5. "Reminiscences of the Opera" ........-----
PART II.


...................-.-...-.................. Lassen
......---------- ........ Friml
---.-- .. .----------..................Grieg
.----- -... .......- Renelle
.....-.. --....---......---- ..... L ak e
- --...--.-.-...- .. .... ..-- ..-.. ..... M ussi


6. "Songs of Meyer-Helmund."
7. Descriptive, "By the Swanee River" ....... ---.. ............Myddleton
8. (a) Song, "No Other One But You" ................ ---......................Hammond
(b) Fox Trot, "When the Moon Shines in Coral Gables"...............Bayha
9. "On the Road to Haleah" .. ....... ----- .....................Downing
Mr. Pryor and his Band use and recommend Holton Band Instruments made in Elkhorn, Wis.
Two high goal Polo Teams will play Saturday, 3 P. M. Fine horses, fast riding


Jitney Bus Routes
A-FLAGLER STREET ROUTE:
Leave S. E. 2nd Ave. West on Flagler to
22nd Ave. Thirty cars-2 minute head-
way.
B-BEUNA VISTA ROUTE:
Leave Flagler St. North on N. E. Ist Ave.
to Beuna Vista. Thirty cars-2 minute
headway.
C-MIAMI AVENUE ROUTE:
Leave S. 3rd St. North on Miami Ave. to
36th St. and West to N. W. 2nd Ave.
Thirty cars-3 minute headway.
D-N. W. SEVENTH AVENUE ROUTE:
Leave N. E. 1st Ave. and 3rd St. to High-
land Park. North on N. W. 7th Ave. to
28th St. and West to Allapattah. Fifteen
cars-6 minute headway.
E-S. W. EIGHTH STREET ROUTE:
Leave Y. W. C. A. corner, South on Mi-
ami Ave. to S. W. 8th St. and West to
Bryan Park. Six cars- 6 minute headway.



YELLOW

CAB COMPANY

Phone 4000

All Day-All Night

BAGGAGE TRANSFER


25 N. E. 2nd Street


F-MIAMI BEACH ROUTE:
Leave N. E. 2nd Ave. West on Flagler,
North on 1st Ave. to 13th St. and across
causeway to North and South Beach.
Fifty cars-one to three minute headway.
G-N. W. SEVENTH STREET ROUTE:
Leave S. E. 2nd Ave. West on Flagler,
North on N. W. North River Drive. West
on 3rd St. North on 12th Ave. and West
on 7th St. to N. W. 22nd Ave. Eight
cars-7 minute headway.

SUBURBAN BUSSES
ORANGE BUS LINE:
Biscayne Park and Northern Suburbs
The Orange bus line leaves N. E. 1st St.
North to Lemon City, Little River and
Arch Creek. Serves all territory between
Dixie Highway and N. W. 2nd Ave. Ten
minute headway.
DUNN'S BUS SERVICE:
Miami to Coconut Grove via. Tamlami
Trail and Grapeland Boulevard. Thirty
minute headway.



SSE-BOT-M BOAT
Boat leaves New City Pier,
foot N. E. 3rd St., DAILY
at 10.45 A.M., returning about 5.00 P.M.
A forty mile trip on bay and ocean
See the wonders on the Ocean
Bottom-(Submarine Gardens).
* Fare, including lunch, $2.50.
Make Reservations.
Tickets at the Boat







MIAMI GUIDE AND BAND PROGRAM


ARTHUR PRYOR AND HIS BAND
ARTHUR PRYOR, Conductor ARTHUR PRYOR, JR., Conductor

Thursday Evening, February 26th, 1925, 7:30 P. M.
PART I.
DEVOTED TO COMPOSITIONS OF JOHN PHILIP SOUSA
1. "The Presidential Polonaise."
2. Suite, "Dwellers in the We.:teri World."
(a) **Tl,-. Red Man." (b) "The White Man." (c) "The Black Man."
8, Scenes from, "The Bride Elect."
4. (a) Sextette, "The Bride Elect."
(b) March, "The Stars and Stripes Forever."
5. Suite, "Looking Upwards",
(a) "By the Light of the Palar Star." (b) "Beneath the Southern Cross."
(c) "Mars and Venus."
PART II.
6. Overture, "Raymond" ....... ........... --..-- .... ........-- ... Thomas
* 7. (a) "Sunset at Hialeah" ............... .. ..--..... ..................... _... Pryor
(b) March, "The Miamian" ........... ............ ....................---...Pryor
8. Soprano Solo, "Nymphs and Fauns" .. ................ ......... .........-Bemberg
Rachel Jane Hamilton.
0. "The Star Spangled Banner" ............ ............................Key
Mr. Pryor and his Band use and recommend Holton Band Instruments made in Elkhorn, Wis.
250 Polo Ponies at Miami Beach. Playing Field on trolley line.

ALLAPATTAH: HIALEAH:
Every ten minutes beginning 6:30 a. m. The yellow bus line, with busses leaving
to 11:30 p.m. Fare 10c. Leave northwest N. E. 1st Ave. and 3rd St. in Miami for
corner N. E. 1st Ave. and 3rd St. Hialeah every twenty minutes to Hialeah
Leave Allapattah Schoolhouse every ten Apt. House. Fare 10c. To studio's 25c.
minutes 6:20 a. m. to 11:10 p. m. To Race Track 35c.


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Breakfast........7:00-10:15 A. M.
Lunch.......... 11:00- 2:30 P. M.
Dinner ---.. 5:00- 8:00 P. M.



Under the personal
management of
M. J. ANDOFF, Prop.


A Cool, Well Ventilated Dining
Room Open the Year Round.

AMERICAN-CHINESE
RESTAURANT and
LEAMINGTON GRILLE
In the Hotel Leamington
Dining room open from 7 a. m.
to 12 midnight.
EIGHT COURSE SUNDAY
DINNER $1.50
Special Steak Plate Dinner every Thurs-
day and Half Chicken Dinner
every Saturday, $1.25
Special Business Ladies' and
Men's Lunch, 75c
12 noon to 2. p. m.
Evening Dinner $1.25, 5:30 to 8-Table
d'Hote. Music 6 to 8 every evening.
Banquets served up to $2.50 a cover.
Full a la Carte Service at all hours.
We also specialize in Chop Suey and
all kinds of Chinese Dishes
111 N. E. THIRD AVENUE
Opp. Y. M. C. A. Phone 9442







MIAMI GUIDE AND BAND PROGRAM


ARTHUR PRYOR AND HIS BAND
ARTHUR PRYOR, Conductor ARTHUR PRYOR, JR., Conductor



Friday Afternoon, February 27th, 1925, 3:00 P. M.

PART I.
1. Overture, "Oberon" .................................---------------------.. ..................... ... ....-- ... b r
2. (a) "In Poppy Land" ..... A..-
(b) "Prussian Tattoo" ......... G:;..itr
3. Concert Waltz, "Mia Cara" Bincalovsi
4. (a) Nocturne, "Midsummer Ni-.ht'i ['r<:-- -i" Bi',l-:.'liiirh
(b) "Swedish Coronation Mailh" Svnl: .n
5. Scenes from, "Robin Hood" ... ........... D-K,.v-n

PART II.
6. "Reminscences of Donizetti."
7. (a) "The Legend of a Rose" ......................... .... Ryvn:,. (b) "March Roumaine" ..----------------. -------------------anne
8. "Humoresque" ..-- ......-------------------------------------- Dvorak
9. Finale to, "Liebesmahl der Apostel" ..----..............-------------- ....--- ... "W ner
Mr. Pryor and his Band use and recommend Holton Band Instruments made in Elkhorn, Wis.

See U. S. Army Polo Team in match Saturday. To play British Team in England in June


Church Directory
Adventist (Seventh Day) -N. W. 9th Street
near Miami Avenue; Frank Dudley and J. W.
Williams, Pastors. Church meeting at 3:15
p. m., Saturday. Bible study at 7:30 Sunday
evening.
First Baptist-N. E. First Ave. and Fifth
St. Dr. J. L. White, pastor. 11 a. m. and
7:30 p. m.
Baptist Stanton Memorial-N. W. Second
Ave. and 29 St. Services at 11 a. m., and
7 :45 p. m.
Riverside Baptist-S. W. Ninth Ave. and
First St. 11 a. m. and 7:45 p. m., Rev. J. C.
Sims. pastor.
Calvary Baptist-Rev. A. E. Gammage, pas-
tor. S. W. 17th Ave. and 3rd St. 11 a. m.
and 7:45 p. m.
Catholic, Holy Name-N. E. Second Ave.
and Second St. The Rev. J. J. McLaughlin,
S. J. priest. Masses on Sunday at 6 a. m.,
7 a. m., 8:30 a. m., 9:30 a. m. and 10:30
a. m. Week day masses at 6:15, 7 and 8 a. m.
First Christian-230 N. E. Fourth St. Rev.
Homer E. Sala, pastor. 10:45 a. m. and 7:45
p. m.
Central Christian-(Disciples of Christ)-
Meeting in Central School auditorium. Rev.
G. W. Watson, pastor. Bible school 9:30.
Preaching at 10:45 and 7:30. Junior En-
deavor 10:45 a. m. Senior Endeavor 6:30 p.m.
First Church of Christ Scientist-N. E.
19th St. and Third Ave. Services at 11 a. m.
Sunday, 8 p. m. Wednesday. Reading room at
250 second floor Columbia building.
Christians Gathered in the Name of the
Lord, Gospel Hall, 56 N. W. 29th St. 10:30
a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Church of Christ-N. W. Fourth St. and
363 N. W. Fourth St. Rev. Clyde M. Leaves,
pastor. Services 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Church of God-N. W. Seventh St. and Fifth
Ave. Perry W. Hadsock, pastor.
Christian Missionary Alliance-W. Flagler
St. and Sixth Ave. Rev. E. P. Brundage,
pastor. 7:30 o'clock every night.
Community Church, Hialeah, Fifth St., near


Palm Ave. The Rev. Jesse L. Merrill, pastor.
11 a. m. and 7 p. m., Sundays.
First UJniversalist Churcn- Scottish Rite,
Masonic Temple. Rev. H. Edward Latham.
First Coongregational-N. B Second Ave.
and 20th Terrace. Rev, Robert Newton War,
pastor. 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Plymouth Congregational-Coconut Grove.
The Rev. J. Delman Kuykendall, pastor, 11
a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Coniregational, Miami Beach-Lincoln Road
and Drexel Ave. RevE E. A. King, pastor.
11 a. m. and 7:30 p. rn.
Church of God, Pentecostal-N. W. 7th St.
and Fifth-Ave. 11 a. m. arid 7 p. m.
Episcopal, Trinity-Rev. R. T. Phillips, rec-
tor. N. E. Second Ave. and Second St. Holy
communion at 7:30 a. m.; sermon 11 a. m.;
7:30 p. m.
Episcopal, St. Stephens-Coconut Grove.
The Rev. B. W. Soper, rector. Holy Com-
munion 8 a. m. : sermon at 11 a. m.
Episcopal, Holy Cross-N. E. 36th St. The
Rev. Charles Robert Palmer, rector. 8 a. m.;
holy communion 11 a. m. ; 7:30 p. m.
First Free Psychic-752 N. W. 11th St.
Tuesday and Friday, 8 p. m. Rev. J. Stern-
metz, pastor.
Latter Day Saints-Services are held every
Sunday at Woodmen's Hall, N. Miami.
Lutheran, -Immanuel (English)-Corner N.
W. Fourth St. and Fifth Ave. Rev. Hugo
Gibson, pastor. 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Lutheran, Peace Evangelical-Corner N. E.
First Ave. and 15th St. Rev. 0. Nussman,
pastor. 11 a. m.
Lutheran, St. Matthew's Evangelical, Mis-
souri Synod-The Rev. H. W. Niewald, pastor.
Services at S. W. Second St. and 6th Ave.
Miami Metaphysical Society-Meets at room
249 Columbia building at 11 o'clock Sunday
morning.
Free Methodist-435 N. W. 22nd Terrace,
Rev. R. J.' Milligan. Services 10:45 a. m.
and 7:30 p. m.
Methodist, Trinity-N. E. First Ave. and
Fourth St. A. M. Hughlett, pastor. 10:45
a. m. and 7:30 p. m.







MIAMI GUIDE AND BAND PROGRAM 13


ARITHUR PnYOR AND HIS BAND
ArirHUil: Pr.i.i:, Conductor ARTHUR PRYOR, JR., Conductor


Friday Evening, February 27th, 1925, 7:30 P. M.

PART I.


1. Overture, "Phedre" ............. -------------------------
2. (a) "Pendant le Bal" .............--..---- ---------------
(b) Valse, "Reine du Danube" _........ ...---- ------..-..---
3. .Excerpts, "Carmen" .--------..........-...-...-.........--- --.....------------ ------
4.- "Prelude and Love Death," "Tristan and Isolde" ......... ...-....
5. "March Heroique" .. ..... --. ..----------.-
PART II. *"
6. Selection, "Morning Will Come" ............... ---------
7. (a) Andante Religioso" -..-........-------------------
S- (b) "Souvenir de Valparaiso" .................... .---- ------...
8. Soprano Solo, "II Bacio" ---...-----------.. ---- ----------
Rachel Jane Hamilton.
9. "The Star Spangled Banner" ..............--------
Mr. P. :.r r..i E.,: nr,.. .: :*, I ..,,ommend Holton Band Instruments made in


.- Massenet
-----------. Gillet
-- ..-...Berger
-...... Bizet
.......--Wagner
Saint-Saens


..........Harms
-------- Thome
-I...-.. Ritter
-..----------Arditi

..------------..K ey
Elkhorn, Wis.


f..i. i1i.r..l, T.,.-.i, Tr..hrsday and Saturday this week Miami Beach.


Methodist, Riverside-The Rev. A. Hughes
Cole, pastor. Tenth Ave. and First St. N.
W. 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Methodist, Southside-Corner S. W. 5th Ave.
and 8th St. Rev. T. E. York, pastor. Ser-
vices 11" a. m.
Methodist, Buena Vista-N. E. 35th St. Ter-
race. The Rev. J. W. Tarbeaux, pastor,. 11
.Methodist Episcopal, White Temple-N. E.
Second Ave. and Third St. The Rev. R. N.
Merrill, pastor. 10:45 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
'Methodist Episcopal, Allapattah-Dr. C. J.
Ericson, pastor. 10:45 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Methodist Episcopal, Grace-Mary St. and
Ingraham Ave., Coconut Grove. Foster W.
Taylor, pastor. 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Methodist Episcopal, Nazarene-N. W. 8th
St. and 6th Ave. The Rev. J. L. Foby, pas-
tor. 11:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Pentecostal "Assembly of God" Tabernacle-
1235 N. W. Miami Court. Kelso R. Gloven,
pastor. 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Presbyterian, First-E. Flagler St. and 3rd
Ave. The Rev. Willis 0. Garrett, D. D., pas-
tor. 10:45 a. m.
Southern Presbyterian, Westminister-N. E.
18th St. and 2nd Court. Rev. Pierre Wilds
DuBase. Services 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Salvation Army Hall-55 N. W. 5th St.
Conmandant and Mrs. J. Bouterse.
I Spiritualists Progressive Church-N. Miami
Ave. at 4th St. Rev. Viola Miller. Services
Sunday evening 7:30.
First Spiritualist Church-Painters' Hall at
212 S. Miami Ave. Rev. F. Casebeer, pastor.
Sunday 7:30 p. m.
Temple Beth David-Corner N. W. 3rd Ave.
and 2nd St. Rabbi Julian Shapo. Friday
8:00 P. M. Saturday 9:00 A. M. Sunday
10:00 A. M.
Temple Israel-275 N. E. 14th St. Rabbi
Joseph Jasn. Friday 8:00 P. M. Religious
:-,-.,.I y.,,-rday 10:00 A. M.
W\-,1 ..1- Spiritualist-1253 N. W. 6th St.
Ralphael Cooper, pastor. Sunday and Thurs-
day 7:30 p. m.


Theosophy Library and reading room, 31 W.
Flagler St. Claude Watson, lecturer.

Facts About Miami
Third city in population in Florida. In-
cornorated July 28. 1896.
Miami is 366 miles south of Jacksonville and
is the southernmost city on the mainland of
the United States.
Miami is the fastest growing city in the
United States. The 1920 census report showed
a gain in the preceding ten years of 440 per
cent., a standing not reached by any other
city in the Union.
Annual mean temperature of Miami (U. S.
weather reports) is 75 degrees. Four winter
months 68.6 : four summer months 81.2.
Miami is in the same sub-tropical zone as
south central Egypt, south central India and
Burmah.
Ship chdhnel from Municipal docks to At.
lantic ocean is now 18 feet, proposed depth
25 feet. Docks, railway, and channel repre-
sent expenditure by city of $2,000,000 and by
the federal government $1,000,000.
Florida East Coast railroad completed to
Miami, April, 1896.
Miami was the site of an extensive Seminole
Indian village. Ft. Dallas was built by the U.
S. near the mouth of the Miami river, just
west of the grounds of the Royal Palm hotel,
in 1836. One of the old buildings is still
standing, now being used as a Tea House.
Winter vegetable production, gross, season
of 1923-24 in Dade county was $5,000,000.
Grapefruit and orange crop was valued at
$2,000.000. Complete information regarding
agriculture will be found in the Dade county
booklet, a copy of which may be obtained at
the Chamber of Commerce Information bureau.
The winter temperature of the sea along the
coast at Miami, is 72 degrees.
By aeroplane it is 45 minutes to Bimini,
Bahama Islands; 45 minutes to Palm Beach;
two hours to Nassau; and three and one-half
hours to Havana. Cuba.








14 MIAMI GUIDE AND BAND PROGRAM


ARTHUR PRYOR AND HIS BAND
ARTHUR PRYOR, Conductor ARTHUR PRYOR, JR., Conductor


Saturday Afternoon, February 28th, 1925, 3:00 P. M.

PART I.
1. "Invocation to Battle," "Rienzi" ......... .-.....- ------ -- Wagner
2. (a) "Serenade d'Amour" .--....------.--- .... ---..--- Blon
(b) "Patrol of the Blue and the Gray". -. --- .............. Dalby
3. Valse, "Tres Jolie" ......--------------.....--------..------------- Waldteufel
4. Cornet Solo, "Columbia" ---.---....--- ------...- Rollinson
Leon Handzlik.
5. "Reminiscences of Beethoven."
PART II.
6. Scenes from, "Mlle. Modiste" -....-.. ------- ...- Herbert
7. (a) "Sparklets" -----..---... .........----...--.----------.... Miles
(b) "Humoresque" .--------.. ------ -- ......... -- Wheeler
8. Soprano Solo, "Honey Chile" ......................... --- ------.............. Scott
Rachel Jane Hamilton.
9. "Tannhaeuser March" -----------...........--..................----------........-------..----..--..---.....-..... Wagner
Mr. Pryor and his Band use and recommend Holton Band Instruments made in Elkhorn, Wis.

Three Polo Games next week. -Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.


Prominent Buildings
Bank of Biscayne Bldg., 19 W. Flagler St.
Bedford Bldg., 129-131 N. E. 1st St.
Bliss Bldg., 103 N. E. 2nd St.
Calumet Bldg., 10 N. E. 3rd Ave.
Civic Bldg., N. W. 1st St. and 1st Ave.
Clayton Bldg., 128 N. E. 1st Ave.
Columbia Bldg., 119 N. E. 1st Ave.
Commercial Bldg., 144 N. E. 2nd St.
Congress Bldg, 211 N. E. 1st St.
Court House-73 W. Flagler St.
Fair Bldg., 25 S. Bay Shore
Federal Bldg., N. E. 1st St. and 1st Ave.
First Nat'l Bank, 1st Ave. and Flagler St.
Fort Dallas Bldg., 73 E. Flagler St.
Glady's Bldg., 137 N. E. 1st St.
Gramling Bldg., 142 E. Flagler St.
Hahn Bldg., N. E. 1st Ave. and N. E. 2nd St.
Halcyon Arcade-167 E. Flagler St.
Havlin Bldg., 1st St. and Miami Ave.
Hill Bldg., 76 N. E. 1st St.
Hippodrome Bldg., Flagler and 2nd Ave.
Lawyer's Bldg., 37 N. E. 1st Ave.
Merrick Bldg., 156 E. Flagler St.
Metropolitan Bldg., 213 N. E. 2nd Ave.
Miami Bank & Trust Co., Bldg', 116 E. Flagler
St.
New Tatum Bldg., 106 E. Flagler St.
Professional Bldg., 216 N. E. 2nd Aye.
Ralston Bldg., 44 N. E. 1st Ave.
Real Estate Bldg., 66 N. E. 1st St.
Republic Bldg., 107 N. E. 1st Ave.
Townley Bldg., 77 E. Flagler St.
Vanderpool Bldg., 35 S. E. 1st Ave.
Wayne Bldg., 34 W. Flagler St.


Clubs-Fraternal Orders
Angler's Club, N. Bay Shore Drive.
Biscayne Bay Yacht Club, Boulevard and N.
E. First St.
Cocolobo Cay Club, 12 Lincoln Road, Miami
Beach.
Daughters of American Revolution-Mri
F. M. Hudson, Regent.


Elk's Club, Flagler St. at N. E. Third Ave.
I. 0. 0. F. Hall, 211 N. W. 4th St.
Knights of Columbus Hall, 1455 N. E. 2nd
Ave.
Knights of Pythias Hall, 31 W. Flagler St.
Mahi Temple (Shrine), Scottish Rite Cathe-
dral, City Park and Miami River.
Masonic Hall, 16 S. E. 1st St.
Miami Advertising Club-Luncheon Tues-
days at Fort Dallas Tea Room, A. C. Smith,
Sec'y.
Miami Chamber of Commerce-Chamber of
Commerce Bldg., N. E. 1st Ave., near corner
N. E. 1st St. Fred L. Weede, Secretary.
Miami Motor Club-Hotel Urmey, W. S.
Maxwell, Secretary.
Miami Exchange Club-Luncheon Tuesdays
at Little Tavern, Randall Becker, Sec'y.
Miami Civitan Club-Luncheons Fridays,
Little Tavern. A. D. F. Bloodworth, Sec'y.
Miami Kiwanis Club-Luncheons Thursdays
at Y. M. C. A. James Pace, Sec'y.
Miami Realty Board, W. L. Green, Sec'y.
Professional Building. Luncheon Wednesdays,
The Rendezvous, 1303 Brickell Ave.
Miami Rotary Club-Luncheons Thursdays
at Urmey Hotel. Dr. A. L. Evans, Sec'y.
Miami Tourist Club--Old Tuttle mansion,
foot of S. E. First Avenue, in Fort Dallas
Park.
Woman's Club of Miami-Club rooms and
library, Fort Dallas Park. Mrs. Lon Worth
Crow, President.
American Legion--Havery Seeds Post, No.
29, Fair Building. C. H. Reeder, Post Com-
mander.
Y. M. C. A.-N. E. 3rd Ave. and N. E.
1st St.
Y. W. C. A.--S. E. 1st Ave. and S. E. 1st
St.
Henry Clay Roome Post, G. A. R., Irwin
Hutchinson, Post Commander.
United Spanish War Vetrans-Meets second
Tuesday evening of each month, at Y. M. C.
A. Building, G. A. Lane, Post Commander.
Woodman's Hall, 4 N. E. 4th St.









MIAMI GUIDE AND BAND PROGRAM 15


ARTHUR PRYOR AND HIS BAND
ARTHUR PRYOR, Conductor ARTHUR PRYOR, JR., Conductor


Saturday Evening, February 28th, 1925, 7:30 P. M.

PART I.


1. "MarLh Slav" ............ --.......--- -- ..--
2. Excerpts, "Pagliacci" .......................-. ......-----.
3. Piccolo Solo, "Danse des Satyrs" ..................
Richard Forster.
4. (a) Tone Poem, "Sunset at Hialeah" ....... ....-
(b) March, "The Miamian" -.--.--------------- -..
5. Xylophone Solo, "Trot de Cavalerie"-.....--........-....-..
Howard N. Goulden.
6. "Reminiscences of the South" ...-....... .........
PART II.


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L.: ,h,. il vlhl.


.......-...--...........-- Pryor
-.. .......- ........-- ... Pryor
...............Rubinstein

--................-....Lampe


7. "Pilgrim's Chorus and Evening Star", "Tannhaeuser" -----------.....Wagner
8. (a) Intermezzo, "Naila" .---..........------------..........------.....................-------Delibes
(b) "Panamericana" -------- ...................--------------------- ------................... Herbert
9. Soprano Solo, "Prcch's Air"
Rachel Jane Hamilton.
10. "The Star Spangled Banner". ...................... ... ............... Key
Mr. Pryor and his Band use and recommend Holton Band Instruments made in Elkhorn, Wis.
See U. S. Army Polo Team in action at Miami Beach. Will meet British Polo Team
in England next June.


City Parks
Total park area of the municipal parks and
play spaces is 104 acres.
JUNGLE PARK-S. Miami Ave. and Broad-
way.
BLOCK G PARK-N. W. 9th Ave. between
2nd Ave. Two tennis courts, 1 mile track.
CENTRAL PARK-N. W. N. River Drive
between N. W. 3rd and 4th Sts. Two bowling
greens.
WYNDWOOD PARK-N. W. 34th St. and
2nd Ave. Two tennis courts, 1 mile track,
baseball field, 300 yards straightway, children's
play yard.
BISCAYNE ARBORETUM-N. E. 19th St.
and 2nd Ave. Four tennis courts, slat house.
COLORED PARK-18th St. N. W. and 1st
Ave. Ball field, croquet grounds.
BASEBALL PARK-N. W. 16th Ave. and
3rd St. Baseball.
RIVERSIDE PARK-S. W. 4th St. and 7th
Ave. Two tennis courts and small ball field.
BAYSHORE PARK-Bayshore Drive front-
ing Biscayne Bay.


Watch, Jewelry Repairing and
Designing Our Specialty

JULIUS DAMENSTEIN
JEWELER
We carry a complete line of
Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry,
Cut Glass, French Ivory, Silver
and Flat Ware, etc.
, Tel. 4701 10 W. Flagler St.
9 Miami, Florida
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Golf Courses
Miami Country Club (Royal Palms Goll
Club)-Eighteen holes; $125,000 club house. It
lies on both sides of the Allapattah road, over-
looking the Miami river. Sporty water holes ;
yardage, 6,250, par 72. Playing fee, $60 by
the season, $35 by the month, $11.50 by the
week, $2.25 a day; includes locker. Reached
by Allapattah busses.
Miami .Beach Club-Eighteen-hole course,
6,300 yards. Single membership, $150 by the
season, $40 by the month, $2 a day, and $2
an afternoon. Family (3) season $250;
monthly $70; non-member $3 per day.
Flamingo Golf Link--Miami Beach. Season
rate, $50 ; monthly, $20 ; weekly, $12 ; daily, $2.
9 holes, 3,144 yards.
Miami-Hialeah Golf Club-Eighteen holes;
length 6,200 yards. New municipal course on
west bank of Miami canal at Hialeah.
Miami Beach Bay Shore Golf Club-Eighteen
holes. 6,500 yards. Secretary F. G. Van
Deren, Lee M. Nelson professional.
Coral Gables Course-Nine holes, length
3,050 yards. Located at Coral Gables, five
miles west on Tamiami Trail. Eighteen hole
course under construction.



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Dry Cleaners
20 N. E. 13th St. (Causeway)
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Bus Lines
COCONUT GROVE-Brickell Ave. Route.
Buses leave and arrive No. 6 S. Miami Ave.
First bus leaves Miami 7:00 a. m., and then
every hour from 8:15 a. m., to 6:15 p. m., and
at 10:00 p. m. Buses leave Miami at 9:00 and
11:00 p. m., Saturday night only.
First bus leaves Coconut Grove at 7:30 a.m.,
and then every hour from 8:45 a. m., to 6:45
p. m.
The 12:15 o'clock bus leaves Miami at 12:30
Sunday only.
COCONUT GROVE
Via. S. W. 8th St. and Osceola Road
First bus leaves Miami at 7:45 a. m., and
every hour thereafter until 3:45 p. m. Buses
leave Miami at 5:15, 6:15, and the last one
at 9:00 p. m.
First bus leaves Coconut Grove at 7:00 a. m..
and then every hour from 8:15 a. m., until
4:15 p. m., and at 5:45 p. in. and 7: p. m.
CORAL GABLES
SUNDAY
Cars leave Miami from the Merrick Bldg.,
158 E. Flagler Street.
First bus leaves Miami at 7:30 a. m., and
then every hour until 9:30 p. m., and at
11:00 p. min., and 12:00 p. nm.
First bus leaves Coral Gables fror Coral
Way and Ferdinand Street, at 7 :00 a. m., and
every hour until 7:00 p. in., then at 8:30 p.
m., 10:00 m., 10:00 p. m., and 11:30 p. m.
WEEK DAYS
Cars leave Miami from Merrick Bldg., 158
E. Flagler Street.
First bus leaves Miami at 7:00 a. m., and
then every half-hour until 9:30 p. inm., and at
10:30 p. m.. 11:30 p. m., and 12:30 p. m.
Cars leave Coral Gables from Coral Way and
Ferdinand Street.
First bus leaves Coral Gables at 6:30 a; m.,
and then every half-hour until 9:00 p. in., and
at 10:00 p. in., 11:00 p. m., and 12:00 p. m.
Extra buses will be reserved for special
occasions, such as dances, banquets, concerts,
etc.
MIAMI TO WEST PALM BEACH
Via Arch Creek, .Fulford, Ojus, Hallandale,
Hollywood, Dania, Fort Lauderdale, Pompano,
Deerfield. Boca Ratone, Delray, Boynton, Lake
Worth and West Palm Beach.
Leave Miami 8:00 a. m., 9:00 a. Im., 10:00
a. in., 12 noon, 1:00, 3:00, 4:00, 5:00 and
7:00 p. m. The 9:00 a. in., 12 noon, 1:00 and
3:00 p. inm., stages go over the Ocean Drive
20 miles along the ocean.
Leave West Palm Beach at same hours de-
part from Miami. Same schedule observed for
drive along Ocean boulevard. Average time
about three hours.
FT. LAUDERDALE
All stages to West Palm Beach stop at Ft.
Lauderdale and extra buses leave at 11:00
a. min., and 9:30 p. m. Time 1 hr. 20 minutes.
MIAMI TO FLORIDA CITY
Via Larkins, Kendall, Benson, Rockdale,
Perrine, Peters, Goulds, Black Point, Prince-
ton, Naranja, Modello, Homestead and Florida
City. Running time, about two hours.
Leave Miami 7:30, 9:00, 12:00 a. in., 3:00,
5:00, 7:00 p. m. Saturday and Sunday night
bus at 10:00 o'clock.
Leave Florida City 7:00, 9:00, 12:00 a. m.
and 3:00, 5:00 and 7:00 p. m.
BAGGAGE
These stage lines covering East Coast points
also carry light baggage and trunks.
TO JACKSONVILLE
Buses leave Miami and Jacksonville daily
on this two day trip at 8 o'clock each morn-


ing. The night stop is made at Cocoa. Gen-
eral office in Miami, 6 S. Miami Ave.
ALLAPATTAH
Leave, Miami from N. E. Third Street and
First Avenue.
First bus leaves Miami at 6:20 a. m., and
every 10 minutes thereafter until 11 :30 p. m.
Leave Allapattah from the schoolhouse.
First bus leaves Allapattah at 6:00 a. m.,
and every 10 minutes thereafter until 11:30
p. nm.
LEMON CITY, LITTLE RIVER,
BISCAYNE PARK
Leave Miami from N. E. Third Street and
First Avenue.
WEEK DAYS
First bus leaves Miami at 6:45 a. m., and
every 15 minutes thereafter until 11:30 a. m.
Last bus leaves Miami on Saturday at 12 M.
First bus leaves Little River at 6:15 a. m.,
and every 15 minutes thereafter until 11:30
p. m.
SUNDAYS
First bus leaves Miami at 7:30 a. m., and
every 20 minutes thereafter until 11:30 p. m.
First bus leaves Little River at 7:30 a. m.,
and every 20 minutes thereafter until 11:30
p. m.
HOLLYWOOD
Busses leave Columbia Building for Holly-
wood every hour.


Miami Street Arrangement
It is easy to find one's way in Miami when
once the dividing line is fixed in mind. The
controlling streets are Flagler (east and west)
and Miami (north and south). Their inter-
section roughly divides the city in four zones.
That section south of Flagler St. and east of
Miami Ave., is the Southeast zone, and all
streets and avenues within that zone have
S. E. prefixed. A similar arrangement gives
the Northeast, Southwest, and Northwest
zones, with corresponding prefixes. All streets
run east and west, and all avenues run north
and south. All avenues with the exception of
Miami avenue are numbered and all Streets
with the exception of Flagler are also num-
bered from First up-
There are two of each number in both
streets and avenues. The key is the direction
letters showing what zone they are in. Thus
there is N. E. First St.; N. W. First St.; S.
E. First St.-and S. W. First St.; all depend-
ing upon their location from the intersection
of Flagler St. and Miami Ave. Houses are
given a number for each 25 feet. Most lots
are 50 feet wide.


Postal Information
Miami's Federal Building is centrally located
one block north of Flagler street on N. E.
First Avenue. It is regarded as a fine type of
public building for subtropical sections. It
was built at a cost of $220,000. In addition
to the main post office this building houses
the U. S. weather bureau, U. S. Commissioner,
U. S. Marshal, Internal Revenue and Customs
department, Indian Commission and Immigra-
tion Commissioner
General delivery mail is obtained here and
parcel post packages received.
Branch postal offices are maintained at W.
Flagler street and S. W. Twelfth avenue,
N. E. Eleventh street and Miami avenue, N.
W. Sixth street and N. W. Third avenue, and
N. E. Second avenue and N. E. Twenty-third
street.










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Steamship Offices
Baltimore & Carolina S. S. Company, 127
Flagler Arcade.
Clyde S. S. Company, 114 S. E. First Street.
Florida Railroad & Navigation Co., 123
Flagler Arcade.
Gulf & Southern S. S. Company, 114 S. E.
First Street.
Mallory S. S. Company, 114 S. E. First St.
Merchants & Miners Transportation Com-
pany, Flagler Arcade.
Miami S. S. Co., 217 New Halcyon Arcade.
Munson S. S. Co., 106 S. E. First Street.
P. & 0. S. S. Co., 118 S. E. First Street.
United Fruit Line, 122 S. E. First Street.
Ward S. S. Co., 122 S. E. First Street.



Steamship Schedules
Baltimore & Carolina S. S. Co., Municipal
Dock-Arrives in Miami from Philadelphia
Monday 7:00 A. M. Leaves for Baltimore
Tuesday 5:00 P. M.
Clyde S. S. Co., Municipal Dock-Arrives in
Miami 8:00 A. M. Saturday. Leaves for
New York 12:00 midnight Saturday.
?Florida R. R. & Navigation Corp., Municipal
Dock-Leaves for Nassau 1:30 P. M. Tues-
day and Saturday. Arrives in Miami 3:00
P. M. Thursday.
Miami S. S. Co., Causeway Dock, Miami
Beach-Arrives from New York, 9:00 A. M.
on Tuesday and leaves for New York, 4:00
P. M. same day; leaves for Havana, 2:00
P. M. Monday, Wednesday and Friday; Ar-
rives from Havana, 8:00 A. M. Wednesday,
Friday and Sunday.
P. & 0. S. S. Co., P. & 0. Docks-Leaves
for Nassau, 4:00 P. M. Monday, Wednesday
and Friday; Arrives in Miami, Sunday,
Wednesday and Friday; leaves Key West
for Havana every day at 10:00 A. M.; ar-
rives in Key West from Havana every day
at 5:00 P. M.


Distances from Miami
SOUTH
Coconut Grove ........ ................................ 5.0
Larkins .......................................................... 8.9
Peters ............................. ........................... 17.5
fGoulds ................................................................ 21.4
Homestead .................................................... 30.1
Florida City ...- .. ........................................ 31.9
Royal Palm State Paik ................................ 43.1
NORTH
A rch Creek ................................................... 9.1
Fulford ............................................................ 11.8
H ollyw ood .......................................................... 18.0
Ft. Lauderdale ................................................. 26.0
Delray ................................................................ 50.9
Palm Beach ........................................ ........ 69.7
Stuart ............................................................ 107.1
Daytona ....................................................... 276.0
St. Augustine ................................................... 332.0
Jacksonville ..................................................... .381
Orlando. (via Daytona) ............................ 244.0
Tampa (via Daytona-Orlando) .................. 441.0
WEST
H ialeah .............................................................. 5.0
Pt. Sugar Plantation ..................... 16.0
Russian Colony ............................................. 12.0
CoraL Gables .......................... ........................ 5.0


Railroad Offices
Atlantic Coast Line Railroad, 108 S. E. 1st
Street.
Florida East Coast Railway Co., 118 S. E.
1st Street.
Illinois Central Railroad, 104 S. E. 1st
Street.
Louisville & Nashville Railroad, 120 S. E.
1st Street.
Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis Railway,
120 S. E. 1st Street.
Pullman Company, 118 S. E. 1st Street.
Seaboard Air Line Railway, 109 S. E. 1st
Street (26 Lorraine Arcade).
Southern Railway, 122 S. E. 1st Street.



F. E. C. Train Schedule
Arrivals Departures
from the North for the North
9:45 P. M. 7:00 A. M.
11:50 P. M. 8:00 A. M.
12:20 A. M. 10:30 A. M.
3:50 A. M. 4:00 P.M.
9:00 A.M. 7:10 P.M.
10:15 A. M. 10:55 P. M.
11:10 A. M. 1:10 A. M.
11:40 A.M. 5:10 A.M.
Arrivals Departures
from the South for the South
12:50 A. M. 10:45 A. M.
3:30 P.M. 4:10 A.M.
10:00 A. M.*
*Monday, Wednesday and Friday.



Sightseeing Trips
Large comfortable sightseeing buses, with
well informed lecturers, leave Royal Palm
Park morning and afternoon. The interest-
ing points in and about Miami are divided
into convenient tours with stops made at
some of the most noted places.



Information Bureau
On the first floor of the -Chamber of Com-
merce Building at 39 N. E. First Avenue, an
information bureau and visitors registry is
maintained. Here can be obtained lists of
hotels and apartment houses and other general
information such as visitors to Miami desire.
All visitors are requested to register, so that
their friends can locate them. These lists are
open to the visitors so they can find, what
friends are in Miami and locate them.
At the Chamber of Commerce there are also
directories of the leading cities of the country,
and this service is available to the public free
of charge and affords a convenience and is a
source of useful information.








18 MIAMI GUIDE AND BAND PROGRAM


State Society Directory
ALABAMA
Headquarters, 27 N. E. First Street.
President, Dr. W. S. Gramling, phone 3072,
305 N. E. Seventeenth St.
Secretary, S. G. Tariton, phone 3617, 27 N.
E. First St.
CANADA
Headquarters, 409 N. E. Second Avenue.
President, G. A. McKinnon, Prince Edwards
Apts., West Flagler Street.
ILLINOIS
President, Paul Schroeder, 269 New Halcyon
Arcade, phone 5293.
Secretary, Mrs. A. P. Huey, N. E. 59th Ter-
race.
INDIANA
President, Miss Julia E. Landers, phone
3426, 426 N. E. Thirtieth Street.
Secretary, Mrs. Auda Gee Studebaker, 1646
N. Miami Court.
IOWA
President, E. R. Moore, 250 N. E. Twenty-
fifth Street.
Secretary, Mrs. Frederick A. Jones, 1220 S.
W. Third Street.
KENTUCKY
President, Major A. B. Small, phone 6319,
Miami Bank & Trust Co., E. Flagler Street.
Secretary, Miss Beulah Thompson, 1804 S.
Miami Avenue.
MICHIGAN
President, Brooks Wood, Bonwell & Wethey,
Fleetwood Hotel, phone 2151.
Secretary, Mrs. Leonard Olree, 1142 N. W.
First St., phone 6408.
MINNESOTA AND
NORTH AND SOUTH DAKOTA
President, D. R. Thompson, 1132 N. W.
Third St., phone 6605.
Secretary, Mrs. F. A. Gowdy, 2203 N. E.
Third Ave., phone 5498.


NEW ENGLANMD
H l.l..uatj,,-. 130 N. E. First Street.
.*it...-..l,(, H. S. Streeter, 130 N. E. First
Street.
Secretary, Mrs. Ellen Ryan, 666 S. W. First
Street.
NEW JERSEY
President, Linton B. Arnold, i.,.,.r.,: 3117, 37
S. E. Seventh Street.
Secretary, L. C. Molten, phone 6049, 218 N.
E. Thirty-fourth Street.
NEW YOPK
Headquarters, Touris. Club Fort Dallas
Park.
President, J. D. O'Brien, phone 9679, Tour-
ist Club, Fort Dallas Park.
Secretary, Mrs. Clara Newman, 1017 S. W.
Ninth Street.
NORTH AND SOUTH CAROLINA
President, A. D. Penney, Wayne Building,
phone 4010.
OHIO
Headquarters, 49 N. E. First Street.
President, Walter Scott Bigelow, phone 8860
Professional iil.li,.- N. E. Second Avenue.
Secretary, H L. '. ,., phone 7615, 49 N.
E. First Street.
Assistant secretary, J. H. Cone, phone 7615,
49 N. E. First Street.
PENNSYLVANIA
Headquarters, 218 N. E. Second Avenue.
President, E. S. Corlett, phone 6671, 218 N.
E. Second Avenue.
Secretary, Mrs. Elizabeth Beisel, phone 3158,
Clyde Court, S. E. Second Street.
TRI STATE
President, Mrs. Edna F. Worthington, 103
Minorca Avenue, Coral Gables.
VIRGINIA-MARYLAND
President, Judge Francis F. Causey, phone
7371, 527 S. W. Fifteenth Ave.
Secretary, Mr. Wm. L. Harrison, 2823 N.
W. 12th Ave.


DIRECT SERVICE


To

NEW YORK
63 Hours

Every Tuesday
4 P. M.

S. S. Cuba
Electric Drive
No Vibration


To

HAVANA
18 Hours

Every Monday, Wednesday
and Friday
2 P. M.

S. S. City of Seattle
Modern Oil Burner


MIAMI S. S. CO.-DIMON LINE

217 NEW HALCYON ARCADE
or
122 S. E. FIRST STREET

Causeway Dock, Miami Beach








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Traffic Regulations
DOWN-TOWN ZONE. That area within
the City of Miami bounded by Fifth Street
North and Second Street South, Bay Shore
Drive on the east and west to the railroad
tracks. On Flagler Street the zone extends to
Third Avenue West, (all streets inclusive are
heieby designated as the Down-Town Zone).
PASSING OTHER VEHICLES
(a) All vehicles passing other vehicles
moving in the same direction must pass the
same to the left. A vehicle ap1prachli;ng
another coming from the opposite direction
shall pass it to the right of the middle of the
road, and as near to the right-hand curb as
piaciliable.
Ibi No vehicle shall pass any moving
vehicle on any bridge, viaduct or street inter
section or railroad crossing going in the same
,direction, or where traffic is dense.
All vehicles will imrmedintel-, poll to the
curb, if possible, iir.-n th.: ..l.i.:.: ii of the
fire apparatus, ambulance, police cars and
I ASKING STREET CAR DISCHARGING
PA.SSENGERS. It shall be unlawful for any
person or persons driving a vehicle of any
description, whether by machine or animal,
going in the same direction as a street car or
municipal street railway car, to pass such
vehicle while same is at a standstill for pur-
pose of receive'.: .-.r i l;:,:i,:,1 .: -.ssengers.
TURNING CORNEPS. A vth,,\le turning
the following streets have the right of way
into another street to the right shall turn to
the corner as 'near to the right-hand curb as
practicable. A vehicle turning into another
street to the left shall turn around and to the
right of intersection of the center lines of
the two streets. At all intersections where a
traffic policeman is officiating, all turnings at
corners shall be done only in accordance with
his signals or directions.


HALF TURNS. A vehicle crossing from
one side of the street to the other on two-way
traffic streets shall head in the same direction
as the traffic on that side of the street to
which he crosses. No vehicle shall back to
make a turn in any street, if by doing so it
interferes with other vehicles, but shall go
around the block or to a street intersection
sufficiently wide in which to turn v.'thout
backing. Half-turns are plolhbild in tne
Down-Town Zone and are only permissible
elsewhere at intersection of streets.
STOPPING. No vehicle shall be stopped with
its left side to the curb, and no vehicle shall
be stopped in any street, except close to the
right-hand curb (unless otherwise provided
for in this ordinance) or to allow another
vehicle or pedestrian to cross its path; nor
shalltany vehicle be stopped in such manner
as to impede the progress of other vehicles or
of pedestrians,
RIGHT OF WAY. Vehicles traveling on
over other vehicles approaching same on inter-
t .i,.l:n mi (tti :
1ls-lkr Srr.:.:r. from the Bay west to
the City limits to have the right-or-way
over all avenues and streets.
Northeast Secon4 Avenue from Flagler
Street to City limits north.
Miami Avenue from North City limits
to South Eighth Street.
-All Avenues running north and south
to have the right-of-way.
Miami Avenue and Second Avenue East
to be designated and known as through
streets.
Vehicles approaching the above named
streets and avenues from intersecting streets
shall slow up or stop before crossing or turn-
ing into same to allow the traffic upon said
streets to pass.
OBEDIENCE TO POLICE. All drivers
must stop at the signal of any Police Officer
who is in uniform or exhibits a badge or


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MIAMI BEACH CASINO
AND

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OPENING OF CASINO

NEW YEAR'S EVE



From that date to the end of the season the
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other sign of authority, and shall obey all
traffic Instructions of such Police Officers.
SPECIAL RIGHT-OF-WAY. Police, Fire
Department, United States mail vehicles, and
(in emergency cases) public and private am-
bulances and physician's vehicles properly des-
ignated as such shall have the right-of-way
in any street and through any procession. Ex
cepting the foregoing, funeral processions and
parades or pageants having proper permission
from the authorities shall have the right-of-
way over other traffic.
PEDESTRIANS CROSSING STREETS. No
pedestrians shall be permitted to cross any of
the streets or avenues or parts of streets or
avenues, described in these ordinances except
at street intersections, and pedestrians cross-
ing at street intersections within such district
shall proceed straight ahead or at right angles
with the sidewalk line.
TAKING ON AND DISCHARGING PAS-
SENGERS. No street car or any vehicle en-
gaged in the transportation of passengers for
hire shall take on or discharge passengers at
any point except the nearest side of the street
intersections from which such vehicle or street
car is approaching.
SPEED LIMIT, EMERGING FROM GA-
RAGES, ETC. Vehicles shall emerge from
an alley, stable, or garage at a speed not
greater than a slow walk.
HORNS. All motor vehicles shall be equip-
ped with a horn or other proper signalling
device.
MUFFLERS, CUTOUTS. All motor ve-
hicles propelled by internal-combusiton motors
shall have a muffler on the exhaust pipe, and
the opening of the muffler or cut-outs on the


public streets while the motor is running is;
expressly forbidden.
LIGHTS. Each motor vehicle shall be equip-
ped with two white side lights in front and
a red light on the rear of the vehicle, and
said lights must be lighted between the hours
of sunset and sunrise, and between said hours
all parked cars shall display their rear-end
red light, except in the Down-Town Zone.
DIMMERS. Each motor vehicle shall be
equipped with sufficient dimmer attachments,
and such dimmers shah be at all times em-
ployed in the Down-Town Zone, and when
within the distance of 500 feet of any other
approaching traffic upon any other of the City
streets, provided that outside of the Down-
Town Zone it shall be permissible to employ
a spot light as a substitute for head lights,
or when head lights are required to be dim-
med, provided such spot light is set or fixed
so as to throw rays of light to the right
side of the vehicle at an angle of 20 degrees
or more and not more than 50 feet in advance;
provided, further, however, that it is permissi-
ble to use head lights equipped with specially
prepared lenses casting the rays of light at
a deflected angle so as not to blind or dazzle
the vision of approaching drivers.
PARALLEL PARKING. All vehicles shall
park parallel with the curb, facing in the di-
rection of the traffic and within 16 inches of
said curb.
Parking double will only be allowed on
Flagler Street between Third Avenue East to
Bay Shore Drive, said double parking to be
only on the South side and only during band
concerts. Cars must be removed immediately
after the concert has closed.


Corner South Miami Ave. and Second St.


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SEEING MIAMI BY MOTOR STAGE
Our large comfortable busses leave the Royal Palm Park, opposite
Fairfax Theater, Miami, Fla., every day at 2 o'clock on our De Luxe
Sight-seeing trip, covering all the interesting points in and around
Miami, including the Seminole Indian Village, Alligator Farm, James
Deering Estate, the home of Wm. Jennings Bryan, and many others.
Hourly trips to West
Palm Beach. Daily
trips to Jacksonville
from Miami and
West Palm Beach
S' .' Miami stage, over-
. night stop at Cocoa.
W''" est Palm Beach,
0 t over-night stop at
S '' *'*t'S Daytona. Hotel ac-
commodations arrang-
ed for at reduced
X rates at Cocoa House:
0 dinner breakfast and
S room with bath $4.00;
S Daytona, $3.50 to
7 $5.00. Fare to West
Palm Beach, $2.50
one way; $4.50 round
trip. Fare to Jack-
sonville, $12.50 one
way ; $24.00 roundtrip


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NEW HI LEAH OFFICES
Fool of Fla-ler Street
BEl-er Pier Entrantc)


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Hialeah townsite, restricted deer park, studios ad-
dition.
Acreage not far from race track and railway.
The F. E. C. Railway tracks are completed to and
through Hialeah.
Electric lights and power by high tension lines
of the American Power & Light Company.
The test of value in Hialeah is the volume of
resales.

CURTISS-BRIGHT COMPANY
Miami Sales Office: Entrance to Elser Pier
Ground Office: Deer Park, Hialeah




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