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Title: The Key West citizen
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: August 17, 1935
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
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daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Associated Service.Preaa Day Wire b e' 1&tp' W.CC! tttcn most Key West.equable Florida weather, has in the the


For 55 Years Devoted to the country; with an average

West
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VOLUME LVI. No. 196. KEY WEST, FLORIDA, SATURDAY. AUGUST 17, 1935. PRICE FIVE CENTS

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Senator Wheeler Makes Firm Stand''HOME BOYSVILL\ ANNE LINDBERGH TELLS OF SPILL Third Lobby -Investigation- Now Being



I TAKE CHARGE OF : INTO SWIRLING\ FLOOD OF YANGTZESCORN

As Leader Of Conferees Committee I ...

C CITY NEXT WEEK';rll 'IIII By JOHN-SELBY Carried On By Committee In Washington


,llr '. M-latrd Prr..> 1-- __ __ __ _._.
Those Expecting Real Ac- MAGAZINE PRINTS FOR NIFTY NEW YORK Aug. 17.-" 'And -- -
SATURDAY IS DAY SET FOR "
i GARB NOW ERASED for three weeks/ I thought Tve NATIONAL GUARD "' 1'.4T.I'AY.J! Probe Into Chain-Store
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tion In His CapacityAs REVIEW OF LOCAL MEMBERS OF JUNIOR PATROL FREE LEGAL ADVICE I

1 Inv A..Ktslyd ..r...' been brushing my teeth in boiled Activities
Chairman Were Not I ; TO OPERATE ALL J MAKING READY TO Expected To
PROGRAM CF FERA I MOSCOW, Aug. 17.-Bolsheviks water!" BOOSTS MEAT SALES I

PHASES OF GOVERNMENT i who think white Get More
DisappointedBy collars neckties and silk Which was the first reaction of I DEPART TONIGHT Inv A_ .>f< lrr.) Publicity In

I dresses are signs of class Anne Morrow BUDAPEST, Aug. 17.- Short TimeBy

COVERS FIRST YEAR: OF KEY Definite plans for Key Wet.'s I leani IfS. have suffered a resounding Lindbergh to the j Business was terrible in Ignax

HERBERT PLUMMER I WEST'S REHABILITATION youth to operate all phases of I rebuff. spill which almost changed Amer j CONTINGENT BROKE CAMP I Layoff butcher shop until he I
Hr AM.rialrd ..r.... The government approveda a hit the idea of giving free HERBERT PLUMMER

WASHINGTON, Aug. 17.-I ACTIVITIES FOLLOWING I government in the Island City! "better appearance" campaign ica's Public Hero No. 1 and hi 9t ij,; THIS MORNING; ALL AGREE legal advice with every string I Inv .'._lae<<-oio ...'..,

next Saturday will be outlined which urges the puLI I I I of frankfurters or pound of WASHINGTON, AUIf. 17.-Th.
Everyone around Washington expected TURN OVER TO FERAA : I wife into; muddy corpses floating STAY IN IaY WEST WAS ENJOYED Ii I
t Monday morning during a mass I lie to devote more thought pork chops.The j public probably is not aware of

fireworks when "Burl" I{ meeting of the Key West Junior i to clothes. down the flooded Yangtze riverin I TO GREAT EXTENT I scheme was suggestedto

I Patrol which is to be held in Bay-I t Said the official newspaper him by the plight of a i the fact but there' a third lobby
Wheeler of Montana was named review of the first year of Logkaya Industrial eoyLei China. lawyer whose business was I
I view Park starting at 9:30 o'clock.: i investigation; being ccnducled on
West's rehabilitation under desire to wear nice clothes even worse off than his own.
r Key i
chairman of the senate confereeson Mrs. Lindbergh tells the story I Officers and men of the 265th
which workedout
"
,Under
the Florida Emergency Relief Ad- plans were I must be respected. of her He offered the lawyer three I capitol hill which promise to b.I .
the utility holding companybill ministratioti !! and agreed upon this week,! The public flocked to a 1931 flight to China with Regiment, Coast Artillery, Florida pounds of meat and S pengoe I

appears in the August youths of Key Wet will take 1! fashion show held under government her famous husband in "North to., I (about $1 in cash daily, if he billed on "big time" along with
*wl they haven't been disap, issue of Survey Graphic, magazine auspices ia a Mos I the Orient" her first book. I National Guard, are busily engaged would' sit next to the cash i such
over the offices of the city, coun- current headliners as the two
pointed in their. expectations. j interpreting solal problems and cow park. Sport dresses I The Haagkow Spill 'toda;" preparing for the retnrn I register and counsel any of
and West Administration
trends. ty, Key!; i! evening gowns and silk lingerie I his customers who bad need utility lobby inquiries.
for the hours from, 11 to I I I Before China was reached to'th'eif home after two weeks of
His insistence that Ben Cohen,. After recalling conditions existing -!! a. m. were on display. of advice.

| here in July, 1934 Jane noon, next Saturday. ;I'I /Iji (| there had been adventures with intensive training at Fort Taylor. Now Layos has many new i I It hasn't splashed. the front

one of the authors of the bill, be i I Perry Clark author of the article I Elections are being conducted i '.IT.I.I'AVA7.1".I'.I' J[ her radio sending and receivingset I customers and his old cu.- j pages often as yet chiefly because

permitted to sit in as an adviserto ;I describes: in considerable detail ,j within the circles of the JuniorI (I nights spent in isolated Cana-I The order to Break camp was issued ffeeed of legal wor-
taken I, ries, j of limited foods Only' $%.500
the activities which have dian cabins or anchored off odd just after breakfast this are deve'opiig bigger
advocates of the "death ... in effort to restore Key 1 I Patrol now, for the selection of a PLANNING LABOR I I appetites for meat.rwm.
.J I place an I bits of /iakkan coast visits to! morning and from ,then until late i ;1 was allotted whereas the senate
West to economic security. I mayor, councilmen, county com- I
tence" section of the measure I I Russian homes, a dangerous I this efternoon the entire
j I i i "Whether the! experiment suci I missioners Key West Administra.1 I DAY CIRCUS FOR I!forced landing in the Japanese regiment : Ii i I gave Senator Black and his com
| has been
there is
busy
ceeds fails it will have tion officers, and as
threatened for a time to disrupt,;i or played archipelago, and an adventure I
in' forming [tively administer the affairs of,. just as much work attached "to i!I mittee $50,000 to run its utility
the j a part ; a new concept j I JUNIOR PATROL!: near Nanking when an errand of I ( VISITING UNITS
conference between senateand of government," Miss Clark concludes :government. i j
!, I, '! i mercy almost; sacrificed the Colonel i breaking a camp of this size; as | lobby show.
house. The Montana senator'i: "a concept which denies I The taking over of the governmental I and two doctor companions to,there is in making it.
f that government is merely to be I,.' offices will be done in'1' ; .' i 1 CUP WINNERS\ IN i! -i..t give us time," says apple.
sullen Chinese flood sufferers. ,
"And said officer, "more
i II ; r one
must be reckoned with yet. | a policeman and to keep peace, connection with the entertainment PROPOSED EVENT WILL'
', which sees its role ta positive in of Boy Scouts from Tamua I The spill was at Hankkow,I work, as beside the regular routine cheeked Representative Patman ofi

What's he like-this senior senator the upbuilding of the community!and St. Petersburg who will be ;in t' BRING TO CLOSE SUMMER where"Hermes"the had British plane carrier I there is also the necessity! of ;1 GUN PRACTICES Texas, "and a little more money
arranged an emergency -
from Montana in all its aspects." j Key West next Saturday morning,j ACTIVITIES OF LOCAL OR- and had policing. the entire camp and oth- t.i -
I. The article ascribes greater im- en route to Havana. Arrangements -' hoisting apparatus; Ier f ]! and the investigation of the cia.i..
f i taken the "Sirius" parts of the reservation used
He is first last and direct the effect of the CANIZATION Lindbergh's !;
; always portance to cooperative for entertaining the visit-I JACKSONVILLE AND MIAMI
f aboard to protect it from the| during the activities, which must: store lobby ordered by' the house
in all he says and docs. Representative effort of Federal. State, ing scouts have been made : i i
a Huddleston of Ala-I and local units o' government than Gilbert Bush scout executive with of i i ii flooded Yangtze, and marauderswho be left as clean and free from i i CONTINGENTS TAKE HON.i .|i will uncover real pay dirt."

to the financial aspecs! of the situation : St John B. Hackney might be afloat on its boiling i debris it before the
Petersburg and
banta, one of the house conferees' : -! Plans are going forward for as was cncanipI I ORS IN ACTIVITIES DURING' that
important" yellow surface. Reports 750,000 had tn\ ':
and terms as "equally "
scout executive at I '
on the holding company bill, will!! the part citizens played i H. Stewart Leonard, Tampa.public re-I, the Labor Day Circus being arranged There was not enough flack\ to I{ ment.The entire command including i i ENCAMPMENT i pledged. by department stor-. and
bear witness to thin: fact. Wheeler the West Junior detach the plane from the derrick i
: by Key
the volunteering -
in the program: through i
I lations director of the Key West I the official and enlisted personnel j chain-Ftores' to the eountry to atJ -
has to frenzy.goaded the Alabaman almost; of time.Development j Administration!; is scheduled tot' Patrol which will bring to a close: rope when it was returned to the I agree that the 1935:; encampment -I il tIi J i tempt; to control and influi< f f

A Fighter of social: service. address the patrolmen Monday, the summer activities of the patrol water. husband, the:1. was the best since Fort TaIlor )-i j Batteries "A" and.MB:? of Jack-!'Elation: in congress sffrctinj' t V' .-
through the establishment of a' morning, and advise them of just: 1 "My opening | reservation named j i sonville and Battery! "D" Miami
Most of the time he is in an clinic classes in handicraft voca-t ; in Key West. : throttle, tried to work back up- was a pcrmj of -: interests prompted the house ouio;
mood thunders hi..' what their duties will be next: Costumes "animals j anent camp for the annual train-r| were the units winning the three months to order !'
emphatic. He tipnal training, the cultivation of; for : tumblers btream. But the plane had already ago n
*" ; Saturday, both *,. city-and county! 'i ing periods of the 2C5th artilleryI
'words, LI'S t 1t*-tutm becomes recreational'aarvUIesbn tm? Is"1 and others I are being designed swung in the wind sidewiseto I | five cujm given at the Florida 'Na- committee to investigate-: : v.
fathers and '
hosts
the
to visaing regiment "
as
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straight as an arrow and his eyes land; "the art project and system scouts. and made now, and the the current. Out of control -I Not from tional Guard encampment this called "wiper-lobby.

flash. lie is a fighter. ills whole under which artists work, and i tI,I circus is expected to be one of. Current pulled against j I I accomplishment only raid a standpoint several of-oft j(: year. j Task Fell To Patinas

record proves it. general -sanitation construction the highlights of the summer' cable. Down went the wing.It .\i E fleers but the weather was ideal,I I Battery "A" of Jacksonville! I Representative Cochran of 'Tfoval ,
Standing more than six feet in and demolition work are all discussed ICEBOXFOUND ;season I acted like a paddle, too, originally was selected < < n.r
the reservation facilities
i
r perfect the for the best record
height, with a massive! head fast* ,favorably in the article. j l During the past three months I that large flat surface stemmingthe 'r everything in connection with won cup ;mao" of the committee to do tho
growing bald, he somewhat re- I Ii lI land!, : Ion the 155 millimeter guns, in competition Illness ",
AT PLANT I members of the patrol have par- stream, forcing us over. : the encampment Ecemrd to be an job. interfered hnt\' '
sembles' William McKinley'' in ap:i HARVEY BROWNENTERSACADEMY OLD I f ticipated in a variety of activities 'Better get ready to jump! j improvement on previous camps. j wit /'nattery "B," also of:land the tak: >frll to the ml'1-I.l],

pearance.lie i planned' to help Key West !In its My husband's' voice shot at me Officers and men of the regiment I Jacksonville. Battery "A" also:i ine.. soft-voiced bet highly |hi!!-;.

we born in the east but his I : IN FINE SHAPE I rehabilitation program. They have tersely from the front cockpit Ij I I I I will leave, with the exceptionof .won the cup for1" proficiency in in-':I j naciou-r' ;\\tri\ fht;. PattMin: of "p.-: "
has'been I I I
career made in the l i climbed: out. j 1 thp-lmnns-now" fanr.
painted fences and buildings, Battery "E" of Key West. fantr 4 drill.Battery :
; beautified their 'JumpT! |;1 I o'clock :; Palman.'along. with Bloom' of
west.Never own yards kept shortly after 9 tonight, :
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at a loss for words, he "I looked down into the muddy I of Miami, in comlj ;1 New York, Ira-kweikr' of Cahf-'
the parks clean of considerable better fitted physically and mentally -
springs to the defense of himself i ARTICLE AT CURRY BUILDING current. In that fleeting second | petition with Battery "E" of Key ,;, nia. Lucas of IllinoK Mcl-enn of
trash, acted life at the tQ resume their Various
SON OF BOATSWAIN BROWN as gyards pursuits ''1
or his cause, with lightning FOUND DURING DEMOLITION -:I various bathing places, served as I thought only, with incongruous -I in civil life. j j j Weit, won the cup for the best New Jersey Cole of New Yin!1 k

rapidity. Quick at repartee: FORMERLY STATIONED !I junior pilicemen and in other complacency 'Now I will I Hundreds of Key Westers have f ecord on the 12-inch mortars. Battery ': end Boilean of Wisconsin, has
adept at sarcasm; not of his SHOWN TO JJE IN PER. )bern on the job for three and
many find out how this new life I II i one
ways have benefitted the city pre- I declared their intention to be at |, {J" also won the cup given
colleagues in the senate relish a AT KEY WEST FECT SHAPE I I from a civic standpoint. server works. ." the Florida Fart Coast terminals I Ito I the winning unit in the athletics -'! half months.
verbal encounter with him. "We are getlnig. under the kin
II A variety of entertainment is "For not only did I have no to bid farewell to the departing ,
I events.. !
A Staunch New Dealer'le I !of some of these fellowss;>
I
fear. I had sensation at '
r no
: planned for the Labor Day circus. troops.
ran for attorney generalof I| : Battery "B" was presentedthe > Patman. "We are really gcU.nrpay ;. :
:
j Appearing( in a current issue of no realization of going all-I
and the attractions
will include
I
Montana and beaten al I Found in a state of perfect ,; a i (' dirt. We are investigating in a
was by [ "The Star, newspaper published i: "zoo water or of getting wet or cup for maintaining the best
narrow margin. The use! of I,I|I in the state of Maryland was anI preservation was one of the large, j I i: and ,other tumbling features acts,usually sideshows clothes being heavy to swim in,!NEW STRUCTURE 'eanitation record during the en- 'different way than any other pc
Ice boxes used in associated -
ago j II cial committee the federal trade
many years
money was an issue with him as article relative to aforrne'Key I that the life had I or
far back as that and always he'+;I: Wester's son who recently passed the Curry ice plant which was in I : with a circus. or not even worked.! Quite typically preserver I had I BEING BUILT BYLOCALRESIDENT .ampment commission! ever has in ri'''ptf f >

has fought the use of huge slush I' the examination to enter the CoastGuard operation( << at the foot of Simonton I not pressed; the lever far enough."It "" this maMer. We are di-closin

funds in elections. then he went Academy in Connecticut.: street, about 30 years ago.;: I LEE PIERCE 50 did not matter. I had come CRUISING PARTY I things that never have been di-;
1
to the state legislature for two I']I The article is reproduced here in :I When a grou ,/+\f H.orlifcwt.. employed i up and was swimming along closed"

years he fought the copper ini i part: : started in this demoa w.it-J' 'a hc.buildini!, ;I i DIED LAST NIGHT easily' with yards of deflated life VISITS |I j tasked Thus in far the the limelight committee only' once ha-
terests. lie has been an insurgent,I I "Harvey S. Brown, III, of Silver -i Ut'n. ;expected .preserver dragging after me. AQUARIUM
that the engirt Lett hI f' Lnd all to extent. The I
any great cotnL7'
from the start of his I
caref'r.In I t Spring. )!d., recently passed I I saw! my husband just behind.' GARAGE APARTMENT BING .
1 1I ,
I furnishings would be found in a for several chain-rtore -s ctcmopenly'
1920 he ran for of the entrance examination for the
governor )f We were swept downstream j I I
Montana and was given: a severe United States Coast Guard Academy -estate I of absolute decay.t6ildhgas. \ I 0 FUNERAL SERVICES WILL BE to the lifeboat, where we climbed ERECTED BY J. Y. PORTER GREATLY DELIGHTED OVER defied the cohimittcj"rijrht
While most'of the to question him t1
drubbing. Two years later, how- and''ha entered that institution r! faces. I on e
I' ill Lad condition \ t vk3 on board and wiped our WAS OMITTED IN BUILDINGLIST J that hi4 activities. .
thsfe #fw>a HELD TOMORROW AFT- OPPORTUNITY TO VIEW grounds in J :away
he
ever ran for the senate and at New London, Conn.with ] Yangtze water." .
I
[ seen tube> a;' good'as tha JYJi: :; coughed up some I affected interstate commcri;<'
'
snowed under his opponent.In the new class it was announced ERNOONLee And then thought about that THURSDAYOne
I there. Not torfe'sfgn\ of VARIOUS SPECIMENS
was placed I Cases Not IdenticalA
the senate he first attracted, at Coast Guard headquarters. toothbrushing matter. ,
national attention as prosecutor! Young Brown is the son of Chief I I decay termites nor had any indication entere-1 that the ; ; novel situation! howevi; ,>

of Harry M. Daughcrty, attorney' Boatswain H. S. Brown who was ever item was omittedin presented in this particular >*>'

general in the Harding;: administration formerly stationed at Key West, I wood Leo at"Warren any place.in charge of these o'clock last Pierce evening, 50, at died the residence 7:45{- MRS. A. FARALDO the important article appearing in The I The'Key West Tropical Aquar-I j i rtance. Veteran congressional I''l-

In 1924. although a life-!: but who is now connected: with I Citizen of Thursday, relative to ium attracted the attention and;f vetigators say they can't remem
.
demolition said l b 719 Eaton street after
long Democrat he bolted and the service in Washington, D. C. projects. was an NIGHTFUNERAL building activities end admiration of most members of bet an exactly stmilftr case.
proposed
I surprised at the condition cf the illness last over a period of sev- DIED LAST I
ran for vice president with the box and so were many others h late Robert M. LaFollette of Wis-l I This was the modern and very eight hours here yesterday -j went to jail for contempt: of thnI
I BUT FEW SPONGE were told of the excellent condition Funeral services will be held -- '
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because I The I renate during the famous inv> I.f I.
consjn.} he believed "the I attractive apartment being evening. group came
I in whi:h It was founJ.PHILATELIC tomorrow afternoon 5) o'clock BEt garage :
two old parties have outlived I I from the Lopez Funeral SERVICES WILL constructed by J. Y. Poter at the in aboard the S. S. Granada of the[cations of oil: scandal in the Hart

their usefulness.! SOLD THIS WEEKTOTAL the First Methodist Chapel to TOMORROW corner of Vernon avenue and '!Standard. Fruit and Steamship f ling administration, and later Wt'
church. Rev. CONDUCTED
Now he is one of the staunchest UNIT 1 J. B. Culpepper, officiating. Washington street. Company, en route Philadelphia, liam P. MacCrocl-en, Jr., who wasi

of "new dealers" and has thrown i Pallbearers will be Willard AFTERNOONMrs. I The entire exterior of this build- > to Frontera Mexico. I i found guilty by the senate for
hw support solidly behind the : ing has been finished. The lower I On arrival at Porter Dock Corn-I contempt for failure to k>rodu'-a,, !
MONDAY i Albury, Edward Roberts
AMOUNT FOOR PURCHASES -I TO MEET Allan records cr
more liberal policies advanced by I B. Cleare, Sr., W. S. Eakins, part is built of native rock and the : pany's pier the passengers were j pertaining to art.ivplf"&

the Roosevelt administration. DURING PERIOD : Hilary Albury and Leon Peacon.I Amanda Faraldo 45, died upper part is of frame construc-I{greeted by H. Stewart Leonard i' his, clients. the apPI erne o\ upi -
i held their BenttateL
oJ I Mr. Pierce is survived by his 9 o'clock: last night at her residence tion. I director of public relations with

LOCAL I SHOWN. TO BE $855 A brief executive session widow, Mrs Sarah Pierce, and, 905 White street. Funeral Modern-In every respect and the Key West Administration,!j There was no disrate Sinclair'howcv-..1MccCracken's

FISHERMENTO paramount importance will be held i other relatives.'WECOME. services will be held 'tomorrow with a glassed-in; living porch, the and were then told of the various;i at that time that affect a>-d

at 7:30 p. m. on Monday at the i afternoon 5 o'clock from the residence owner believes the building will | points of interest in Key West. u-tivities

HOLD MEETING Activities in the sponge market Key West Philatelic Headquarters. to St. Mary's Star of the meet with all the requirements, A round of many of the rec-; federal legislation.
I this week were very slow, but I' 708 Eaton street it is stated. Sea Church. Rev. A. L. Maureau,I demanded by winter visitors to reational and interesting points'I In addition to perf.rminjr 'ho.
tir
few offerings were made and t Commodore Matho Fr. von S. J.. will officiate.Pritchard's'Funeral. .Key, West. It will be completed of the island was made, and the task originally given-H by .
bidding was not very active. Sales Mietk-LJuba. II. D. W. is eager to MASONS Home will I in about three weeks. 1!group ended their: tour at thei house, the Patm4i committee mn:

Monroe County Fishermen's; during the entire week did not have in attendance all members of be in charge of arrangements. i Habana-Madrid Club where: a before it gets tlironarh.: e5t.ahb.banother .

-oeation! will hold an open reach the $1,000 mark. the Open Forum the Philatelic -to theHABANAMADRID- Survivors are her mother, Mrs. TO ALL FISHERMEN AND rhumba band and rhomba dancing : important point regarding )

meeting in the Armory Building: Monday the total reached $625. and Numismatic Society and the CLUB Maria nna Fletcher; four sons. SPONGERS I were presented for the visitors i-' the powers of a congressionalinquisitorial :
on Monday o'clock.) Wednesday one email lot sold for West Chamber Musicians also body.You're ,
e.'ering at 7 Key Charles Ralph. George and Jacob, .I entertainment.WIFE .
Regular Saturday I
Recording to a notice issued today $14. Though other lots were offered all Section Heads and Directors of Night Jr. daughter, Miss Olga 1 There will be an open meeting
by Fred J. Weech of the : bids were considered by the the various DANCEFor ; one I ; Tried The? Rest-
secretary Exposition Divisions, j' Faraldo all of Key West except held Monday 7:00 p. m. at the INTERVENES i THE BEST
organization. : owners as being too low. he states. Members 'and Guests Charles, who is making his home Armory building. All fishermen j- Now Try

An invitation is extended to all Yesterday one of the lots! offered Subjects pertaining to the Key..I Music by Habana-Madrid in Daytona Beach; two sisters, and sponger are invited to attend 1''' I Quaker State Oil

fishermen and spongers throughout l Wednesday was sold for West International Exposition are I I, Orchestra Mrs. Clara Padron of Key West; this meetingFREDJ..WEECH : Russell Cities Servicp GasGoodrichSilvertown

the city to attend this meet- $160 and another small lot !sold to be discussed SCRIPT Sec. his wife and i I t Tires
$1.00 I Mrs. Mamie Sanchez and one ( ) II speeding, appeared I I
ing a* matters of great import l for $56. These sales brought the The lesion will be called to or-I I brother Charles Fletcher. of Monroe County Fishermen'* Assn. said she could give all the information Ackerraan Service Station

ance will be discussed.: week's total up to $855. der at 7:30 o'clock. Tampa. I i h-;;" au"17-1txl needed. 'I r Phone S22 Whit at Catherine
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PAGETWO, THE KEY WEST CITIZEN SAIJ1TTTII. 3;;,

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AN ANTI-CRIME SCHOOL ........................ : ... who what constitutes
3Tfe SUg TOest CitfgnPubltih ; f is wondering
-- KEY WEST IN ; \ : 1[space. .
- THE WEATHER ROWDY KEY WEST! ,
<> THE CITIZEN! rt'PIBIKHI COQ INC.L. Under the supervision of the .Department DAYS GONE BY .... I Ford--; : v' Saysfgtt ..._
P. ART.MAN. PreoMeBt ..........c............. Henry received his _
JOE ALLEN. A..'..... B..'.*.. ....*.* of Justice a new kind of school was honorary doctor of laws '
degree.!
.. i RED KERCE
By
From The Citlxea Building I H pp .. Her Just 10 Years Tmp.rat.rct*
Corner Greene and Ann Streets opened in Washington on July 29, in whicha Ago Today A* Taken From I.......S.....S.S.a.SS....1,1: Presumably, then. Lizzie's madea + "'era
Highest ..........._-...... ._-...-- .90 gentlemen out of Henry. tot
Only Daily Newspaper In Key West and Ifonro class selected from the police depart- Th. Files Of The Citizen Lowest ...................-.. .............:.76 I An umbrella that is believed to : 1 1"Which ? "

Entered County. .. ments of 22 cities entered upon a three !Mean .. ............. ..:.. .... .. ..831Normal !I have sailed around the world is
hey l fl matterFIFTlBIXTH is fool fool.
.t. a.TEAR cop month course of training in methods for Battery "B" Florida National Mean ..... .... ......... ......84J : preserved at the New Castle, Virginia or a sensible easiest person'to" asks a anl 1
Member .(-.fA.aa.- -Preen Guard which was attending the;J Rainfall'Yesterday's Historical Society. The one
suppressing criminals.The I I editor. Do do don't ask
sut'hJ)
The Associated Press t. exclusively\ entitled to use encampment, at Pensacola for/ we left recently in a cafe, must ; A
for: republication of all new dispatches credited to objectives of the school are to training returned this morning''| Precipitation .22 Ins,': be an ancestor of the famous one. foolish questions.. t tI Av
It or not otherwise' credited in tbls paper and also : Normal Precipitation .... .14 Ins
_the local new published here.'NAIIONAL obtain closer cooperation between federal over the East;;Coast bringing a i 1 'Tale r eeed _..... :f-._r peeled:I -- I II I iJ
100 percent record for their tar-, p.oIl.11 u. to o'.IL .1. .....1.... Albert H. Wiggins, 'who
and state officers in crime Unofficially we learn that v
checking
IWTCfclAlASSOCIATION) ; to an doubtlessly trying to establish for
get practice and other events 1 Tomorrows Almanac j]I orchestra leader y 0
tot
was inspired
'i'J train men in scientific crime detection; Captain Warren Watroui is in Sun rises!' m......... 6:02 a. m. :o revive the "Flying Trapeze" by himself through outrageous lying:,
'C/H.I.Ift.A.e..t.. 1935 and to-give i instruction in the methods command of the battery with I I Sun sets ...-. .. .. 6:59 p. In. watching Donald Richberg trying some record' says that no new' 4CONTRACT

- SVB! CRIFT10RATf.S which have proved so successful by federal .Lieutenants Roberts F. Spotts-I Moon rises ........ ....... 9:;53) p. in. ''; to keep' the blue eagle alive (crimes have been invented in the

One Six Months Year_ ;. .__.,.. .: '. .___:=_11o.5:00 f officers in ridding the country of its most wood and Willard Albnry. These Moon sets' --............ .10:23 a. tn ,| past 100 years. J.
J I
1'hre. Months, -.6t I officers speak very highly of the Tomorrow's Tides :. -
One Motk, .........-. -._- /* I notorious bandits in recent months. accomplishments of the :j Julius Caesar used powder per-: A big difference between foola' IS ONE BRIDGE
Weekly :---- :.. .- .. _. _. .,.-____=_____._ .20 batterywhile A.M. P.M.:\! J I fume, curled his hair and walkedI
ADVERT1SIVQ RATES There will be l lectures by prominent at the camp and commendthe J High ......._..-....12-0':>> 12.441 I with mincing steps-History item. and pools, someone says, is that: YOU CANT CROSS BY YOURSOfiJarkMaitllrB

:Made known on ppllcation. police officials, criminologists and others personnel for their attitude. Low ....___............. 6:21 6:14)1! Men o* olden times could stand: the fools try to remain wet whilethe 1
pools
SPECIAL'o'iic are frequently dry.
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resolutions ofrespect i Barometer S a. m. today: '! j jst so much. Therqe isn't anyiiecord '
All reading notices cards of thanka. whose study of the crime situation make
obituary noticesetc* will be charged for at Mrs. Marcy B. Darnall accompanied Sea level, 29.98.WEATII"R I i of Julius walking in a! ;:; Leading tlctel
the rate-of 10 cents a line them authorities on the various subjects to by her little son Marcy B. : number four Another trouble witH this coon-1 THE SEMINOLE
Notice for entertainments by churches from which i shoewearing; a izethnty
jr.. and Miss Phyllis Rahner who I FORECAST I I try it St"em'O.!' is: A man who cant
a revenue la to be derived are 5 cents a line. be discussed. In addition to the theoreticalside -'ix corset ,
The Citizen IS an open forum and Invites discussion i were visiting in Key West for a I successfully handle any job, M too
of public issues and subjects of local or generallatere.t I there will be practical instruction in short I individuals.
time left busy handling
I over the East (Till 8 p. m., Sunday)
communications. -
will
but It not publish anonymous
I I Dear: dear. About the time we,
I the use of all types of weapons used by of- Coast yesterday. Miss Louise Key West and Vicinity: Partly -
ficers of the law. Darnell, daughter of Mrs. Darnall,I cloudy tonight and Sunday. )>ro\i-\ think is of a part of the Constitutionthat i When this world decides to na t e Id'
right it isn't leftIn
,
who was visiting in company wth I I come to and end, possibly a sa'a+
Practice will be had outdoor I
1 IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST on and / aIDPIt'1 ctl
her mother will remain here fora 1// fK" I time will have been spent ik+F .1y
indoor target Sharpshooting from : {r many cases a diploma is a also mAke ends tLJsekuarfle.
ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN ranges. few (days and leave for Miami to 13'I@{ ; may meet.

moving vehicles, firing at moving targets!, join the party and proceed to the < J: >- .t legitimate excuse! for idiocy I I
I $1 I
home in Florence. Alabama. r i Sampson noted for hn! ex-i
1. Water and Sewerage. use of illumjnation flares,.and night shoot- \ ii i;. The erstwhile columnist!' is the weeding strongness seldom' made'! .
F'Isrids
ing will be among the phases of the train- Arrangements are being perfected .II iV /! one who'd rather mike the Literary ; a jackass of himself as do many: CII."'. R. tltiEn, t..Ir"
I 2. Bridges to complete Road to :Main- ing to be stressed. for to Cuba Digest in preference to the i of the modern generation./: A human h.me-like 1..tl60
a
trip by members (.-...... ,fb Vt\I day. where yon will...find...... rmmr...Idrld..lr.enf..t .
land. I- and .1. mat-
The of the United Spanish War' 4 a
men completing the course will ; ?
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\1 4 ]111J Ii ter f Importance
I great
to. \ \.::::
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.Veterans at the close! of the con- -Q I, i KEY WESTCOLONIAL
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S Free Port. be sent to become instructors in their own *
vention to be held in St. Petersburg j\J\.. !\ 4'Sbow.r. A group of Green Bay. Wis., A steel rtre.rf fc.IMIErery l.ealedI.
4. Hotels and Apartments. police departments It is planne'd to put next month. Delegates will Partly Cloudyably I I business! men seek to have theGOP I HOTEL ... burr-o-= .r the elty

about 100 selected men through the school arrive in Key West and from I "hanged to the "ConaI noom with rVmMnatlon Tub
5. Bathing Pavilion. here to go to Havana where they local! showers Sunday; mod- I titutional Party.** Po.sibly becausethe I In the Center of the Busmen and Shower: Itath. Radio. Electric
each for of five 'y ar's. I Ortllnit Kan nat Door for Summer
6 Airports-Land and Sea. year a period I latter doesnt work. and Theater District
will be guests of the Cuban: irate easterlyvinds.: : Ventilation CwmforlaMe Beds with
7. Consolidation of County and City There can be no doubt that the sys- I Government. The expense will be,: Florida: Partly cloudy tonight;I,, First Class I ruction Mattresses and of Inner Individual Spring Reads Cou
Governments tem of instruction outlined will be pro borne bf: the business men of'' Sunday local showers. Nine times in ten, the fellow! I Fireproof- fag Lampa.
ductive of I Havana. Jacksonvile to Florida Straits I who is down is only resting a foot i SeBMbU! Rates RATFs'
much good and make the way 81.ar.1'Ia .
I and East Gulf: Moderate easterly to kick those who'd help him up. R..m.. .. *
Prl Ne Bath SI- *
of the bandit a good deal harder than it In artic--; winds except gentle variable over I I COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEI *. n**... P..I.... naih n ::.ao
the The of
Citizen ,
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R..m. Private liaifc
What relief to leave relief. : -
a has been heretofore. the extreme north portion; weatherpartly After for four ...
I yesterday giving details of the: I staring minutesat Caraf* Elevator 24 H Private llalb a.M
I sale of Page's corner, one import-,' overcast tonight and Sunday this blank line. we lore sure I. Sample n_... Prltafe Bath 4."
Popular Pric SHOUT i\rnKA ;K run ix ini.n;
with few scattered
'ant detail was unintentionally j) a widely that Einstein i i isn't the only one L MYII I'A.t'vJoRit
Italy wants peace with a big piece of SPEED TAKES MORE GAS I'I showers Sunday.
omitted. This was the name of the j I ___ .
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Ethiopia.If realtor --'--
-- handling the matter. This

We heard of a motorist who whenhe important transaction was made I I i WEATHER CONDITIONS r
by J. Otto Kirchheiner local real. I -- I
anyone asks what is the oddest
you suddenly discovered his
gasoline
was tor who has figured in a number : Pressure has fallen over the far Hoodwinked
thing in Key West, tell that person to look very low, speeded up so as to get to the of important real estate deal in 1' Northwest and has risen throughout I. he

in the mirror. next filling station before the gas gave Key West and on the keys. other section, although it i? 1y-
i still relatively low from the West ;
out. Of course, he should have known Shortly after-sunset last eve-'I I Gulf and central Plains States I ACCEPTING IMITATIONS

Dr 'ViUard's."human. icicle" story i ia that to get the most mileage out of a given ning a Ford coupe driven by Mrs.' westward, Wichita. Krns., 2990:

meeting with a cold reception by the medi- amount of yas one must not drive faster Irva Gibson ran down a troop of: -.nches; and Tonopak, Nev., 29.84 = BQ t0 To MADE get IN the BALTIMORE.orifinal] Davis 100% Part Punt nan tan

cal profession. than about 20 miles! an hour. gal touts who were hiking on the inches. High pressure areas are look for 100% Pure Punt his often been >
county road, striking Miss' Eliza. created this morning over the St. ,u.a 7w J,bat fleece duplicated.D ,..., .
Many tests have been made to determine ".
beth Phelan and Miss La wienie Valley, Northfield, Vt., / this Label r.-- .
Dorothy conform with
j 1(0% Par Paint
Governor Sholtz is versatile. To his the 30.10 inches and Manitoba The VM
of
rate gasoline consumptionat Archer members of the troop.' all pare paint Law and ia the only paint :
other accomplishments he did a disappear., various speeds, and these tests have invariably Both girls suffered bruises but Pas, 30.24 inchc Showers and bat carraa. a guarantee of parity.
I I thunderstorms have occurred in
ing act that had us all guessing.We shown that the faster one drives sustained no -serious in j one?. I j many localities east of the Mis- rout far this Guarantee on the LabelTHEHBDAVISCa -* ::

the greater the consumption mile. A rissippi River during the last 24
per A. P. (Pete) Alexander 211 ws bass smmrum.wsh my mhm err Msad ctwr.( .s.md.r m.ms.As .
would Like to know where and typical illustration is given by the Bureauof years who was arrested last night hours and from the nortVrn .w prad..r ..d. b w S. a.b.as mlf sarm.h D..lu..aly. I-
Plains Rockies
States
and eastern
how woman gets all that money with Standards, taking a car that gets 18.9 by Chief of Police Joseph W. northwestward being heavy at a9 BALTIMOREMD.Comer II
is wanted in Corsicarna
Albury ,
which she pays and pays and pays. miles per gallon as a speed of 20 miles Texas.: : Advices received today Chattanooga. Tenn., 1.51 inches: G. C. ROBERTS Caroline and William Streets
and Huron S. D., 1.38 inches. Cool .1 t
per hour. from that city advise that Alexander -
,[ weather prevails this morning
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When a person makes an investment At 30 miles an hour the same car will is wanted on a statutory' the Dakotirs westward while ._-- --- -- -
I jtfrom ;
charge and that officer from
i i:1 a community that is the best indicationthat get 18 miles per gallon.At the sheriff office an in Coracanaj I!elsewhere fhrorrhont the,country 1''I'I''I"II'.iIT

he is interested in that community.One 40 miles an hour it will get 16.4 will at once be sent to Key West r[temperatures are near or above .S..............
normal. .
miles per gallon. to get the prisoner. G S. KENNEDY .
I
of the last lilies wired by Will At 50 miles an hour it will get 14.6 Officer in Charge.
Captain J. J. Maher commanding ,

Rogers to the syndicate which published miles per gallon. officer at Key West barracks ........................
his daily "Will Rogers Says", was "Maybe At 60 miles an hour it will get 12.6 states that driving or parking I I BUILDERS' oUirUtdLong I Ij
Today In History
Point Barrow today." But it was not to miles per gallon.At ears in Fort Taylor and Martello

Towers reservations after dark is ........................
be. The plane in which he and Wiley 70 miles an hour it will get 10.6 strictly forbidden. Here after the :

Post met death cracked-up 15 miles this miles per gallon.At names of the persons and numbersof 1833-"The Royal Williams"
'
vessel
side of. Point Barrow. "Maybe" or "Per 80 miles an hour it will get 8.6 the cars who ignore: this order Atlantic Quebec-built Felly first under its to cross own
will be published in The Citizen. .. Leaf
haps" lies in the lap of the gods. miles per gallon.It steam, sane from Nova Scotia. Long

is shown also that the consumptionof Editorial comment: Some folks = t= Yellow n

General Hugh Johnson is quoted as oil at 60 miles an hour is six-times as who complain if the newspapers\ 1859-Charles Blondin French =
print their names are u ally! the acrobat, performed 'eat of crossing Pine andCypress
saying when the relief money is all gonewe great as! it is at 30 miles an hour. ones who find fault because: these: Falls of Niagara; on a tightrope : WilliamsPaint I .

will be right back where w*.> started. Excessive speed places J1 :;jreat strainon journals have so little personal I with: a man on his back.

This would be a ,consoling thought if it an automobile and shortens life, as news. and !
I I l.w
as as :
could be true but as a matter of bitter the engine, tires and steering"mechanism -George I. Wade-, first astistantl 1915-Leo !M.' Frank lynched' i I i ke

fact when the relief money is all gone, the are all subject to unusual wear and tear. engineer U. S. Ligh hon: service,j Georgia. I : 22.00 BrushesDisston I
.
o
taxpayers will have to start paying it all Not only as a matter of safety, but ,.as,a and Mrs. Wade arrived yesterday! a M. I :
M>. Wade for 1918-1 450000 American !'ol-
reported duty
back, and with conditions worse than today of as well driving at %s ,
measure
economy rim assistant on the Tender Ivy.I Biers reported on war duty all over
that will be an almost insurmountable moderate speeds L> recommended d"t _all They will make their future home i) fie world. I II

task. motorists. in Key West.!' : HAMMERS35c

"..--..,._ I 1933-Holland destroys its fa- h
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Key ware mous bulbs to reduce supply and
Rhode Island's return to the Republican PEACE PROGRESS SLOWA married 15 years ago in the Congregational -! raise prices. I \ .N
i
standard was a natural. Its defectiona ; church in Key West bvj''I ,
Rev. Howard Gibbons. Last night; | street. Many friend! attended "1)01 : Saws
few years ago was not a- vote for Roosevelt little more than twenty years ago i :
they celebrated! their crystal weds 1 ja number of beautiful presents 4 up
but a rebuke for Hoover. Just "as the the world was on the verge of what many ding at the home 1112 Southerdj! j were received. p :

South'.s/ wayward step was a protest consider its greatest war, but even after ..- '

against Al Smith's religion, and not a 'Vote the conflict started there were hopeful r !

for the Republican party. The recent elec- souls who saw the opportunity to set up "

tion ir the little state was not a slam at effective machinery for peace after the Just Received Carload
of
We will be pleased to hare'yon consult us about a Carey'sSimplex i
the New Deal, but a humble return of the conflict and some even predicted a peaceof

prodigal son, and a welcome home by a "a thousand years" to follow the struggle how you can roll and
Roofing $1.40 !
lonely"parent. that began in 1914. per up

Children born in that day are now :

The writer i is no gambler and is not voting and beginning to assume some of BuildBuy or
in favor of lotteries, state or National except the responsibility that is associated with Be sure to look over our complete line of Masons Prestwood. (It t is :

he believes! two evils it is the better the right' to govern. They find a world in Refinance Your .Homeor : ideal for floors walls and ceilmg i I

part wisdom to choose!' the lesser. For Xvhich, apparently, peace has made little I'

that reason this column has openly ad- progress. Nations continue to carve out .: :.

vocated state and National lotteries. We empires with the sword and look to armaments repair or modernize any type of .. ..

honestly believe that would stop the petty for salvation. building on insured credit .

gambling all over tho country. In Cuba, The present picture is discouraging,

for instance, a lottery player with one but the ideal is not dead. Some day man- t South Florida Contracting & Engineering Co. E

ticket in his possession, firmly believes he kind will abolish war with all its brutality.At The first National Bank of-Key West '.

has "el gordo", and buys no more until the 'present, however it would be very i Ii : Phcnc 598 White and Eliza Streets :

next drawing and if the e are a month I foolish to assume that such a goal is near. : .

apart, the chances are lessened for him to J Approved Mortgage Under the C: "Your home ia i worthy of the best" i

go broke. With "bolita" and other forms I "Homemakers to Get Inside of Good .. '.

of gambling it is an every day affair, and j Foods"-Headline in ,Birmingham paper. FEDERAL HOUSING ADMINISTRATION .11 :.......*......*..-..................................................:.

habit-formjng. j. We.had rather,get outside of them. I _



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AUGUST 17, 1935. THE KEY WEST CITIZEN
AGE THREE

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1; READY MADE illD.rlrOP'U e. -- I 1 tion ,of 7 p.the m.Most Blessed SacraTnetit -


l t i ar cobALiE. STANTON Church school 8 a. m.

II Sermons at 8 a. m. and 7 p. nu
j I Larl. aid Jtc* I He saw that she had a letter In Week-Day Services
liMN lion!decided fa Dire try thttrwasp.erode SPORTS
her hand, and that she bad been Mass
a*Man sad waft,Ca*ocntiy cry on Tuesday and Thursday
::t-rtait far< mocrmt irtir- Ing. She must hare been crying a LEY MEMORIAL ... E. 1 FLEMING STREET METHODIST at 7 a. nu
I
pa. new a 4a0r to SAta CHURCH, SOUTH
.. great deal for her soft bin eyes CHURCH
bot /? k<* left for th country Litany and Sermon on Wednes
to prepare la ffy <.' Pacific; LettritccMhxtM were washed out. aid they looked '
:30
at 7
But .*.*A.la.work peen' for...Marie. a hint Allrry.tkttfrrJtar through red rims at hIm with an ei- 1 Rev. L. M. Smith, Pastor ':' Cor. Fleming and William Street, I day Confessions p.:m.After the Wednesday -

a torn day tkt and Rtx trUIt preIS Ion'of violent revolt. I Cor. Georgia and Division Sts. ]I Shuler Peele, Paster

VrofT-ed.told. ."*?And>* fat JItery fi* Jorti*a*.fter.already "Please forgive me." he said In _-- Church school at 9:45 a. nu,\| Church school meets at 9:45! evening service.
It- his smoothest voice regarding her -- -- with Ed. R. Curry, p'uperinten-t a. m. William N. Knowle. superinteadent. -

Chapter 34 I with eloquent eyes filled with con. !DIZZY DEAN BLANKS 'BASEBALL GAME dent ': The Wesley Fellowship .::1 BETHEL A. M. !:. CHURCH

rb0b.AFE: trition. 'Your landlady told me to j PETE NEROYILL\ Morning worship at 11 o'clock. i! Bible Class meets in the pas-
OFFER I : come up' Morning !tor's study. (Colored)
subject: "The Land of'

"L AVRIEv", .aald Arbery. and t aware Laurie stood with her back to her NEW YORK GIANTS::1 I HERE TOMORROW\ MEET JOE CO EGO Milk and Honey. '. Morning worship at 11 o'clock.,I Corner Division and Thomas Sts.

ot._Lent came Into Us quaint old dormer window on the Junior Epworth League meets i Intermediate Epworth League I H. R. Hill pastor

Dime ledge of which flourished geraniums at 4:00 p. m. Mrs. V. A. Archer ,meets at 3:30 p. m. Miss Venda- Sunday) school, 9:30 a. m.
voice from'the
of desire that -cherry-pie.: She was a figure of WITH THREE IN CUBA TONIGHT u I in charge. line Watkins, superintendent. Preaching 11 a. m.

was consuming hint "You" know I Icy dignity[ and looked extraordinarily HITSI': WAGNER BEER BOYS TO MEET t 1 Intermediate Epworth League Young People's League meetsat I Junior A. C. E. League meet.

love 700. Don't pretend! I am glad young. meets at 6:00 p. m. Mrs. S. J. 7 p. m. Miss Mary Felton..Iat i 5:39 p. m.
CAVE INN AGGREGATION
I "I don't know why should I j jj
can't tell you bow glad I am. You you A.
CHICAGO CUBS Pierce if.i charge. president. Senior C. E. League meets
want to see Mr. AlbelT.Laurie TEN-ROUND BOUT TO BE PUT
must break with him me.
at What'lthe
once. said. "I have j AT NAVY BALL FIELD | I Young People's Department Evening worship service at tt:00 I at 6:15 p. nu
nothing to
good of waiting T Let him say. BROOKLYN j
get on TIGERS AND !
with his Job. Ill still be behind him. "But I have something to say." he ; i I ON IN HAVANA; MUCH INTEREST meets at 7:00( p. m. Miss Norma o'clock. Evening service 8 p. m.

retorted. And it will be worth YANKEES LOSE REDS COP Yates president. Mid-week prayer and Bible! Weekly Services

tor your sake.But you mustn't work your while! to listen to me. I am ; (By JOVE) I CENTERS IN PROPOSED I Evening worship! krvice at 8:00: study, Wednesday at 8 p. m. Tuesday, 730p. m.. Class.

alter any more.TOU.- You must let me look very sorry about yesterday. I was TWIN BILL FROM BRAVES f'!j There will be a .baseba! game MATCH o'clock. Subject: "Finding: A Choir rehearsal Wednesday immediately I Friday 7:30 p. m., choir re-

"Oh. thank Mr. !" she clumsy and stupid and I don't wonder j tomorrow afternoon at the Navy Treasure" following the mid-week beartaL

yon. Albery I offended yon. It was altogethera Ball Field. The Wagner Beer Prayer and praise service each service. Mrs. P. B. Roberts, di.rector.
altered. "Bat I would mnch rather I .
.work lore my work. I should hate mistake. But BOW I want to talk /ayrrlattle' Tkr tithe) (| nine will cross bats with the Cave Pete Nebo--: Seminole Indian Wednesday at 7 30 p. m. i I SEVENTH DAT ADVENTIST'

to hare to you about Rex: Moore.1 NEW YORK, Aug. 17.-The St. I ILouis Inn outfit. I Young people's choir practice CHURCH
to do.
nothing | of Key West, will fight Joe METHODIST EPISCOPAL
There was ao disturbing note fa each Thursday at 7 Miss
"You Cardinals, world champions.! The contest will! get under way p. m.
will hate to do-
everything his voice. It was Coego lightweight champion of CHURCH SOUTH
almost business
Alice Jenks, pianist.
went to afternoon 2 o'clock
victory yesterday ] at
sharp.
what all women love to do. especially like. It was certainly.deeply respect. I Cuba tonight in a ten, three J Church choir practice each Friday (Colored)
over the New York Giants, Batteries will be: Salinero and
when they are loved by a man ful and very friendly. minute round bout at Havana. "EL SALVADOR" Southard Street Between Thomas
Nations:: League pennant leaders. Joe Navarro for the Beer boys at 8 p. m. Mrs. J. Roland
as I lore you. You shall hare I and Emma Streets
everything Coego; i.i a southpaw and will Corner Grinnell and Virginia
in a shutout 1 to 0, behind and E. Rodriguez and A. Castro Adams, pianist.
In the world, all the pretty THE mention of Rex Moore'sname game i !'go in the ring as a favorite with! Streets William Perkins, Pastor
the excellent pitching of Jeroma"Dizzy" for the Cave Inn aggregation.'BALLPLAYERS .
clothes and Jewels you want We decided Laurie. j an age: advantage: over Nebo, whoi Rev. Guillermo Perez Pastor G. Williams Missionary Leader

.>O1 travel. You shall have a villa In< "What have you to say Mr. Al- Dean, ace hurler of the i is on the decline as an ontstand- FIRST METHODIST CHURCH I II (Services in Spanish) I Sabbath School (Saturday). 10
St. Louis Club.* Dean allowed ( <
|! ing fighter. Sunday school, 10 a. m. o'clock.
three hits and became Corner Simonton
only the and Eaton Sts
o'clock in
i According to the Havana daily Preaching 8 p. m. Church services 11
first pitcher in the major leagues! j John B. Cnlpepper Jr., Pastor i
Mothers' Club the morning.Y. .
I papers. Pete Nebo looked like a meets Monday.
to win twenty games this season. ARRANGEGAMES million dollars all during his Church Sunday school opens at Sp.rn. P. },I. V. S. meeting 5:30
The Cardinals were shoved back i 10:00: a. nu, under leadership of,
iij111,1, training period which ended Bible study and prayer service o'clock p. m.
I ,
within three of the. Giant yes Gerald Saunders, general super!
game j I I terday afternoon but Goego i is I Wednesday, 8 p. m. Prayer meeting very Wednesday -
Aftr winning the first three I IN NEW\ SERIESRRANGEP'NTS intendent. Each department meets.
night at 7:30 m.
also in I p.
great shape, having I
I games of the series including a II pre- in its own assembly room. ,
1'pared for the last two months for "LA TRINIDAD"Revs.
doubleheader Wednesday. the Morning worship at 10:45
i a 1l. the bout. ,I L. Oser and Montera. NEWMAN M. E. CHURCH
lowly Boston Braves reverted to t A MADE AT,I o'clock. SubjE'ct"Tbe Wife Of,
: Pastors
I Pete has fought Kid Chocolate, "
( their Pilate.
usual form and
dropped a (Colored)
MEETING OF DIFFERENT the Pride of Cuba twice and Duval and Angela Streets
a doubleheader to the Cincinnati i I Epworth League meeting at A. T. MeCaskill, Pastor
both times he has made it real Sunday school, 3 p. nu
a 7:00 Miss Vanessa Collins
I ,
-- ait ---- Reds. 1| CLUB MEMBERS HELD YESTERDAY p. m. Service in Spanish Friday, at )t. A. Moreno, Recording Steward
battle
for Chocolate to gain the'decisions.
The Dodgers proved more proficient 1 i i iI '*' leader. 7:30 m. Mrs. M. A. Moreno. Secretary
AT PARK The West in p.
Key boy 8
than the Cubs at home run i Evening worship service at Sunday school, 9:30 a. m.

hitting and won the fourth game i his prime has also fought: Barney: o'clock. Subject: "That Boy SAINT PAUL'S CHURCH Sunday service 11 a. m.

of their series, 2 to 1. as boundarybelts I I II I Ross, Can oneri. Blitman. Singer; Last Sunday evening the pastor Evening worship 7 o'clock.

I produced all the runs in a I (By JOVE !; and a score of others in their I I preached on "That Girl" to a large Corner Duval and Eaton Streets

mound duel between George Earn- I I At a meeting held at Bayview cla",,. congregation; and it is expected Sundays ........................

shaw and Charley Root. Park yesterday! afternoon, the Coego: ha only fought: three, many will be out to hear him tonight Morning Prayer, 6:45 a m.

I t c The seventh place Washington I Senior Diamon-iball League was fighters: outside of Cuban boys.' morrow !: This message; will Mass (Communions), 7 am. CLASSIFIEDCOLUMN

1 'Senators pounded three Detroit reo'rjranized. The Busy!" Bee, Lopez Hilario Martinez, from Spain;'! be followed by "How To Be Happy Mass for the Church School -

u pitchers for 16 hits. seven of them Funeral Home and the Bermuda Trowbr-dpe: ; from Miami and 'After You Are Married." 9:30 a. m. :

I v I z rr .. for extra, bases to beat the league- Bakery clubs are the teams form-1 Lope Tenorio. the Filioino. He'I Mid-week prayer and praise!'! Mass of Thanksgiving 11-a. i.

,,t leading: Detroit Tigers.: 8 to 1. ing thee circuit. ( has won six fight. by K. O. and, service on Wednesday at 8:00 p. Evensong Prayer, Sermon .... .....

The Yankees' various manifestations A schedule of games was adopted '24 decisions, also drew three''me Benediction S p. m.

of wildness cost them a at the meeting. which will be times and won six technical '1 Choir rehearsal on Friday evening Week Day PERSONAL

4 chancn to gain a game on the Detroit I played on Monday Wednesday O.'s.' But he has lost five K. K.1''I at 7:45 o'clock. Mrs. Joseph Morning Prayer 6:45 a. m. ATHLETES FOOT-Eczema---Use

team as they tossed away:and Friday nights at Bayview ;and two technical K. O.'s.. i Sawyer organist; Gerald Saunders I Mass, 7 a. m. I Antiseptic Cream, plwerful

two leads and lost the final game Park.' The Nebo-Coego fight is the choir director. I Evening Prayer 5:30 p. m.

of the series to the Indians 8 to 5. All games! will!! be played by the main bout on a classy!!' (card which! A second Mass on Wednesdays, germ sixty ride cents., amazing Leeds Laboratories results. Send

Young Vern Kennedy outlasted 1935 Florida rules. Each mana- ;also boa ts Kid Chocolate and i I FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 9) a. nu Bloomfield N. J. ang7-ltx

Next day. Afbery car purred up to the door. Wes Ferrel) in a marathon mound I ger; will be alowed 15 players who Kid Juanito. as a semi-fiJlal.1 PENTECOSTAL MISSION

the South (duel and the White Sox ended must be under contract. Once a Later the winner of 1 Eaton Street Between Duval and PAINTING
an In
apartment Parisor beryr"she asked coldly. And In I
their streak v-ith club he 'Coego fight, will take Chnclate oSimonton Streets
Rome-where you like. Whatever what way do you mean that the seven-game losing I player serves' one cannot : on II 909 Olivia Street

yon want will be my 'joy to give unpardonable things you said to me with a 14-inni victory over, the play with another team in the ] in Havana. James S. Day, Pastor I Wm. Skondeen, Pastor GOOD; PAINTING calls fore

you." yesterday were a mistake t"I I Boston Red Sox 4 to 3. loop during the first-half of the ] The largest broadcasting stations Bible School at 9:45 a. nu Sunday morning worship, 11 combination of skilled workman-

She gazed at him In 'speechless misjudged you. For to Merritt (Sujrrr) Cain whose I schedule. { < !'! in Cuba have arranged to I Captain O. T. Pogue superinten o'clock. ship and reliable materials. We

Amazement. me. I,must explain you that understand I 935 hurling achievements have All contests will be called at 8 ,,1 broadcast the card direct fromthe : dent. Sunday school for all, 3:34 p. employ both. Ask c: for an esti

"Mr. Albery are you asking me to know yon are not married to Rex I been anything brt astonishing set 'IR o'clock sharp. The lights will go; :,' 1 ringside; both in Spanish and I Morning worship at 11 o'clock. nu mate. Clifford Kerr, contractor

marry your Moore. new American League: strikeout ] on at 7:30 o'clock. The "vi"iting" :English.; Key Nesters will be : Sermon subject: "Facing The Sunday night evangelistic service 512 William street Key

He gave her a look that baffled Her knees gave way and she sank f record for the year by fanning 13 i i: club will take the field for practice -, ]listening tonight I Front." 7:15 o'clock. West, Fla, Phone 684-R.

her'; it was so full of some suggestion Into a chair. fttters and the Browns defeatedthe until 7:45. From that time The main bout will get under- I The Baptist Training Union Tuesday, 7:15 p. nu, prayer and I ang7-tf

that she could not grasp. "You know-that! A:+letics 7 to 2. until 8 o'clock the "home" club I way at 10:30 p. m. j meets at 7 o'clock. praise service.
How? II
The summaries follow: will have the field. I Evening worship at 8 o'clock. REAL ESTATE WANTED
"My dear
7:15
girl. I'm not a marrying "A I i Friday, p. m., fellowship
man.. But I will young blackmailing Journalist NATIONAL LEAGUEAt The first-half of the scheduleadopted i The pastor will speak on "The ----
give
you a position came and told me. He had been LEAGUE STANDINGS; meeting. IF YOU HAVE PROPERTY FOR
New York E. with the Man"The
In which you will be honored and R. II. "visiting" team i :1falipg.Of A Saturday 2:30 p. m., boys' and I Igirls'
making enquiries out in Australia I St. Louis ......._......_._ 150 named first and the "home" club I choir will have special numbers SALE or rent advertise it in the

respected by a everyone and you meet'She from and there was no record of a New York ............... 032 ;; second and also the date on which at both morning: and evening church. Annual Fall Southern Real Es-
gave cry sprang riage between you. I saw at Batteries J. Dean '''the gtme will tate page to be published in the
her chair. Before he could stop her that he had some grudge mar-l : and Delan- be played follows: i AMERICAN LEAGUE services. CATHOLIC CHURCH

'she was at the door. She clung to Moore. I bought him off. toy; Schumacher and! Mancuso. i iI I Bury Bee v*. Bermuda Bakery Club- W. L. Pct Wednesday evmirp, 8 o'clock, classified columns of the
St. Mary's Star of the Sea New York Herald Tribune on
the handle and flung swift withering didn't want any gossip about.Moore.I I I I Monday, August 19. I Detroit .................... 68 39 .636 prayer service., Rev. Wm. Reagan S. J. October 20, 27 November 3,
words at him. her blazing. but I paid him to make At Brooklyn R. II. E.J I Bermuda Bakery vs. Lopez Fun- Thursday evening, 8 o'clock ;
eyes more en- New York .............. 61 44 .581 10. advertisements
A
in suggested
"How dare you insult me like that? quiries. You are not married to Rex Chicago: ..._.__......_. 1 5 1 1Brooklyn 1 oral Home-Wednesday. August, Boston .._......_...___ 57 50 .533 choir reheat saL charge this with for insert
Order of services for be sent cost
1 ......._.._.._. 2 6 0 21. i i Monday afternoon 4 o'clock
won't stay here another minute.I'm Moore are you? Unless of course, Chicago; ....... 53 50 .5 IS Forward
n'" .00. church tion without obligation.
going and I'm never coming tack. yon have married him since he came Batteries: Root and Hartnett; j; Lopez Funeral Home vs. Busy meeting of the Lauies i Missionary :
Cleveland .............. 53 53 .500 Masses will be complete description! of your
Sunday morning
"
back? I Bee-Friday. August 23.
Ill never set foot In this building Earnshaw and Lopez. Society.
... .. .
0 Lopez Funeral Home Ber Philadelphia .. 46 55 .455 said at 7 and 9:30 o'clock. property to "Southern Real Estate
again. She shook her head. She couldn't muda vs.!! Washington .......... 46 61 .430 Week-day Mass at 7 o'clock.* Desk" Herald Tribune. 230::
I Bakery-Monday CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH
Her passion of outraged fury was speak. Pint Game 26. August St. Louis ................ 36 68 .346 Evening service at 7:30 o'clock, West 41st SL, New York.
exhausted. She opened the door with 'So' you see, there was a slight At Boston R. II. F..I

difficulty,white to the lips,and went excuse for me, Laurie as you had Cincinnati _._............ 382 Busy Bee vs. Lopez Funeral 527 William StreetE. Sundays and Fridays. Jly27aug31017xPIANO ;

out of the room leaving Albery staring been living with Rex Moore as his Boston ..?......_*............... 1 10 1 Home-Wednesday, August: 28. NATIONAL. LEAGUE Richard Evans Pastor TUNING
after her with uncomprehending wife without being married to Batteries: Sthott and Camp. Bermuda Bakery vs. Busy Bee Club- W. I. 'ct.I Sunday school 9:45:: 'a. m. SEVENTH DAY ADVENTISTS

Friday August 30. New York .._.. ..... 69 40 .633 ,
but baffled and cruel and merciless him- bell Cantell and Spohrer to. I I ? Morning worship atoll o'clock.
eyes. She gave a cry. ; "l-
"What do you mean?'You knew Bee-Monday, September 2. Chicago .........00.00.... -68> 48 .596 Our Condition.'* T. Sawyer, Teacher Excellent piano for sale

Second Gam ? Bermuda ............. Bible study, Friday, 7: ,0p. la.- cheap, 1018 Division street.
BUT the next day. about six this and you never said a word to I Bakery.vs. Lopez, Pittsburgh 61 52 .540 Christian! 'End i\'or, 645p., m.
At Boston R. IT. Ei Wednesday. Brooklyn '_...__..... I Sabbath .service, 10:30 a. nu jy25-lm]
in Jhe afternoon. Abery's 1- either of us! What do you think?" September 4. 51 58 .468 Evening 'worshio. 8 o'clock.
.
Cincinnati _......_..._._ 489
car purred up to the little 'My dear girl what Is there to 'Busy Bee vs. Bermuda Bakery I Philadelphia ....00.... 49 60 .450, Sermon .s bJect: ".When JesusWent
Boston .. ,.__......... 3 7 9 CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY ROOMS
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tumble-down house in Westminsterwhere think T I suppose you had been fondof j i I Friday.. September 6. Cincinnati _....._ 49 64 434 I Home To Prea-."

each other In Batteries: Ho'Iingsworth.! ren-I! Funeral Boston _... ..... '
his secretary lived. Australia and when Lopez Home vs. Bermuda _'uo. .30 80 .273 Mid-week service Wednesdayevening 327 Elizabeth Street
"THE MUNRO"-Rooms unexcelled -
ton. Derringer and Lombardi I 'I
It happened that the old and rheumatic you thought he was dead,you passed ; Bakery-Monday, September -
at 8 o'clock. '
school 9:30 .
m. and location
landlady was standing at the yourself off as his widow. And when, Betts, Frankhoose, and Mueller. 'J( 9. e*..e.. ...... ....... Sunday in price
.j Sunday morning service at 1 I water. 128 N. E. 4th
: running
front door having Just parted from he came back-well, you were very | Bermuda Bakery vs. Busy Bee- t ;
lmox
THE SALVATION ARMY o'clock. street Miami Fla. j1y26-
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Today's ,
I ,
glad to him
a visitor. see again and carriedon. Pittsburgh at Philadelphia, Wednesday, September 11.
service af
"Is Mrs. Rex Moore at homer* Al ." poned, rain. Busy Bee vs. Lopez Funeral Wednesday evening
Anniversaries i Captain Vernon W. Walker, Officer 8 o'clock.Reading. FOR RENT
"
bery asked her. You are all wrong! Laurie post.l Home-Friday. September 13. I I -

Seeing .a grand gentleman and agrand cried almost choking with Indigna- AMERICAN LEAGUEAt The players! on the three clubs ........................ in Charge room in Society building I. large furnished
car, and knowing that M rs. tion. "I will tell you the truth-not Detroit R follows 1002 Fleming Street open Tuesdays and Friday. FOR RENT-Extra
are as :
Moore had lately been mixed up because of myself or that I care Washington ...._.. 8 16 Ij I Lopez Funeral Home-Ingra-I 1786: -David Crockett Tennessee Company meeting (Sunday from 3 to 5 o'clock. apartment, fire rooms and

with an sorts of people the landlady what you think of me. but because, Detroit ..........._.... 143 j ham. A. Lunn, Sterling Albany.f frontiersman pionl'er'l, school), 9:45 a. m. bath. Location opposite the
directed him upstairs. he had nothing to do with It at all. Batteries Hadley and Colton i scout and congressman Holiness meeting. 11 a. m. MIXED BIBLE CLASS Lighthouse Apply 925 Whitehead -
: ; Baker, Kerr '
Sawyer Machin.
"Right at the top sir.' You'll find He did not know me in Australia. Anker Sullivan and I Hawkins Co.. Tenn. Died in de Subject: "Caating'Out Fear" street. ang6-6t
Ilogsette
Carthy H. c.1 i
Gonzalez Gates
)Irs. Moore. I'm afraid It's a bit of I never set eyes on him until he Cochrane.At Lunn fence of the Alamo, March 6, Young People's Legion 6:30p. Sam B. Pinder and W. P. Mont -RENT-Mod.-

a climb. came back from America the ether I manager. f 1836. m. Topic: "Sinking in the Sea." cino. Teacher BUNGALOW FOR
Busy Bee Griffin. conveniences and .
Ward Pena. ern garages.Apply
So It was that Albery came upon day. Salvation meeting 8:00 p. m. This class meets Sunday
Cleveland R. II. E. every
Sweating P. Valdes Bakery
: Carbonell. A. Aces I
Laurie unexpectedly and unannounced Copyright lair CoroJU' Stouten) Xew York ......_._.._..... 5 11 2 1 vedo. M. Acev *o. P. Castro-, 1801-Frederika Bremer Swedish Subject": "The Law of the Spiritof morning at the Harris School auditorium angS-lmo-

when after knocking at Cleveland ....__ 881 s} Higgs. Bethel Roberts. Delaney. i novelist born. Died Dec. 31, IJf e. at 10 o'clock. Men and
the first he found her in her I
door -
Street
service .
on Saturday nightat
1865. women not connected with +ny FURNISHED APARTMENT, modern
Mark Albtry mtkt. Monday a Batteries: Allen, Deshong and: Mr. Brantley, manager.
pretty simple flowery sitting room !-male threat.sculptorartist. the corner of Fleming and Du
Diekey: Pearson! Stewart and ,] Bermuda Bakery-A. Rod- other Bible dan and regardless conveniences, 628 White or
-.' -- val streets 8 o'clock. of denomniations are invited t. Gaiti's Barber Shop. aug6
- Phillips.
riguez. B. A.l
: Roberts. Barcelo 1823-Henry S. Osborn
Presbyterian
........................' j t-Castro Valdes, J. Cerezo. G. Ace-' clergyman Midweek service, Thursday 8 attend. RENT the
born in St, Louis, professor, -Mir. BICYCLES-WE by
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN
At St. Louis R. II. E.I j vedo. Alfonso! Nunez Thor: 1 1j and Week. Repairall
Today's Birthdays 163 years ago.; Goehring.l map-maker born in Phil CHURCHJ. Hour, Day or
Philadelphia ...210 j Molina R.
I Gonzalez i adelphia. Died in New York, Feb. makes and paint them with
...ee..e.................t S.t Louis ...__.--A,.. 79 OJ[ oth'rsho will be signed before 2. 1894. CHURCH OF GOD Nn-EnameL We a full
Rt. carry
I Rev. Samuel A. Stritch, C. Gekeler Pastor?
,
Admiral Richmond P. Hobson Catholic archbishop!" of Milwaukee Batteries: Wilshere Tuberville' the umpire calls "Play Ball!" Monday 1106 Olivia Street Corner of White and Washington apply of Parts. Agent for the
and Berry Cain and Hemsley.
of New York, Spanish War hero born at Nashville. Tenn., 48 years I ; night 1835-Peter Collier, noted Morning service at 11 o'clock. Streets KoIIfast and Dayton Bicycles.

ago. American Sunday school 3:30 p. m. school at 16 a. And sell them as low as f 5.00
meets
lettuier Sunday
agricultural chemist
on the narcotic evil, born At Chicago R. H. E. of VTo
I TODAY'S GAMES Sunday night service 7:15 down and $1.00 per week
at Greensboro. Ala., 65 years ago. Boston ?....._._..3 10 his! day. born at Chittenango. N. o'clock. m. A. C. Elgin superintendent.: makes of used
all
Sell
11 Boy and
RETURNS ONE DOLLAR Chicago: _, _.._....4 13 AMERICAN LEAGUE Y. Died at Ann Arbor Miclu, Evangelistic The Adult Bible Class is taught Phone %76. J. R.
i service Wednes Bicycles.:
June 29 19861838Laura. by the pastor.
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Batteries: W. Ferrell and R.1 ti Dnval
"Philadelphia
at Chicago. 515
Surgeon-General: Hugh S. Cum day. 7:15 p. M Morning wenhip -at 11 deli 'Stowers company.
NEW YORK.-When traffic Ferrell; Kennedy and Sewell Boston at St. Louis. Hr9
,-.of the Prayer and praise service Fri at 8 o'clock. street
m..I; U. & Public Health Evening worship :
fine took all William
De Force
Hartigan'smoney New York at Detroit. Gordon. day, 7:30 p. m. Teachers'meeting.
Bureau, born in Va., C6 yean. in a court in this city the SUES CORPORATION Washington at Cleveland. California lawyer, editor 'and < FOR SALE
CHURCH
ago. judge remitted $1, 'so Hartigan suffragist, born in Erie Co., Pa. SAINT PETER'S

could keep a silver dollar he had A TLANT .--Marion Darnell of NATIONAL LEAGUE Died[ April 6, 1907. Latin-MUi* r r- PERSONAL CARDS-100 printed

Julia Marlowe famed actress, long: carried as a good luck pieee. this city has sued a'Chicago pack- Pittsburgh at Philadelphia. Services Sundays Tuesdays (Colored) card, '*I.4. The ArtaaaaPreca
andThursdays Center Street Between Petttmiaand
born in England, 69 years ago. 1 ing company for $ .OOO, 'alleginghe Cincinnati at New York. 1871-Wesse Lynch conducted sag 1
j by Rev. Olivia
WiUiama.I'
Subscribe to The Citizen-20c i I broke a tooth en a wire in a Chicago at Philadelphia ,novelist bona at Sterling i I Charles E. Laso. Mass 8 SECOND SHEETS-600 for KOe.
a. nu ,
Bessie P. Vonnoh Qf New York, weekly. hot: dog made by the omD3ny: St. LodU at Boston.
: < Sept .14, 1929. ." Sunday, school, 9:30.*. nu! Solemn Evensong-and Deal 1Bo'The ArUnan Presa. acc1SATURDAY
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I ; ; i .1.I PERSONAL MENTION Spaghetti' IN SELLING PART I Today's Horoscope

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-......................., AID LOCAL BANDBENEFIT Mrs. James E. Carey and daughter StrongHow tOy Asaerieted rr..u) I ) and simple in manner.

; i Rosalie arrived yesterdayfrom PARIS, Aug. 17.-France's with the ambition not
And very ttrotg
Melody Hour Brace Dobyns Islamorada and will be guests

On ThursdayThe 1 l Wife Return HereMr. I I of Mrs. Carey's parents, Mr. and :archeological treasures are vigilantly -:| Cut the di-posititn is m \.1, and

: I PERFORMANO TO Sirs Frank Curry, for a few weeks. I guarded by the ministry contented; the manner may em

I 1 h. of fine arts, as the Duke de Eauf-' little harsh and perhaps rude. butit

ninth Key West Melody, and Mrs. Bruce Dobyns, BE GIVEN AT PALACE THE- Captain M. it!. Wailer was an fremont found to his cost. j I is thoroughswertnatured. It

Hoer will -be presented on Thurs, who were spending a vacation of, The duke a Tine lMh, indicates
WILL USE arrival on the Havana Special yesterday posse a good friend who Iin
I ATER AUG. 20
day night. 1 lone month visiting in various ; from West Palm Beach, 1 century mansion in the aristocratic 1 danger!: of ,dicing imposed! upon

New talent will be introduced,j parts of Virginia, returned over; 'FUNDS TO BUY MUSIC and will spend a few days with his Faubourg St. Germain i
it was announced today. It had been clashed
family.Mr. quarter. by
I PALACE
the Highway Thursday and report -
; the ministry as a historical monu- <
I
Shrlners To having had a very enjoyable* Members of the Key West Hospitality and ll Robert Caw thorn ment.Ownt'rs'. I Claudette Colbert toPRiV.ATJ' I

trip. rt'c-I I I arrived over the East Coast yesterday of such' buildings can- I : :WORLDSWith
!Attend DanceHabanaMadrid Band '
Jlr. and MV-s. Dobyns spent the I II I are anticipating !I from Miami to remain a not, under the law, change or < ,la -lei Boyer, Joan Ben-

1 I greater portion of their time in I II ord attendance at their benefit few days and return accompaniedby modify them in any way "without net Helen Vinson and

Club will have!j I Newport News, Va. and 'performance to be given next II I their daughter Miss Margaret, express permission: but the duke I Joel McCrea I

.8 their guest tonight the dele- i ton. D. C. On their WaShing-I'Wednesday, August 20, in the who is visiting relatives and disregarding this obligation, sold 1 Matinee: 10-lSc; Night: I525cPEARLMAN'S
from! I t I
Ration of visiting Shriners [they were accompanied Palace Theater.In I 1 I friends. I the magnificent carved wood -- -
:
|fahi' Temple of Miami and local Dobyns parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. panelling from one of the salonsto

Masons. Beecham Curry, who were spending its completeness and variety I! Armando Machin. who was in i to Lotto It, Wind It on Your Fork, and zn antiquar for $4,000. !

These groups have been invited a stay in Miami with rel the program promises one of the Miami for a few days on business Inhale It Without Standing on Your ChairWHEN For this he was hailed before
to be the club's guests at finest entertainments of its kind Inc.
'atives. returned on the morning train yes the Correctional Court. his plea
the regular Saturday night dance"held ever given in Key West and as the I terday. Enrico Caruso took off rolling dire you may be lucky at that the panelling was furniturewas ,

each week for members and i special arrangements to make the cause is a worthy one that of securing 11 his Pagliacci clown costume I rolling spaghetti. rejected by the court which PREPARE FOR SCHOOLSALE

guests of the club.HabanaMadrid I affair this evening an funds -nth which to purchase and. walked across from the Metropolitan I Then when your roll has
I fined the noble and the
Club is making one for everyone enjOyable// new music for the band, the Sheriff K. O. Thompson, who'j Opera House to an obscure reached the proportions of a good- owner
I I! was in Miami and at points on the little Italian restaurant fcr his sized ball of yarn lean over your antiquary 50 francs, or $3.33 ,
----- -- members feel that the patronage business, returned over evening dish of spaghetti with dish-It's done in the best Italian each, and ordered them to put the We all
keys on are ready to meat
will be liberal. I I meat sauce, he accomplished more restaurants--and go to it. You'llbe panelling back.
SHRINE I i; rSIP.4TI'I'I.4TTO It is suggested by those who the East Coast yesterday. I than making a fortune for the amply repaid for your patience. your requirement Boys' Pants
UNITS Shirts. Shoes Suits Girls'Dresses
have the affair in charge that 1 I owner of the little restaurant. He You may not hit a high tenor ;
After January 1, 1936, all automobiles Shoes., Middies Skirt
SUBSCRIBERSIf Colonel J. II. Spangler. state put spaghetti on the map. He note Immediately after eating
those intending to attend purchase I I made it an international dish. but youll feel like going out and sole in California will be ings, etc. Big Boys Long
ARRIVE TODAYJ their tickets now and avoid any quartermaster, Florida National Secrets of the great Caruso died doing big things. For spaghetti, required to use safety glass. Pants and Shoes-all on sale
yon do act receive. your unnecessary delay: the night of the i Guard and U; S. disbursing! officer with him. Much kas been written with its various savory sauces is at special prices. 1ake.this

paper by 6:15 o'clock in theafternoon performance.The I arrived yebt rdaJi'. from St. i about his energy, his perseverance an energy-giving food. It costa --- I, store your SHOPPING HEAD-
I handsome loving cup whichis :'I Augustine-and in the afternoon I in the face of physical affliction little and goes a long ways. II QUARTERS.
AT BANQUET -! call telephone 51 and the
TO BE ENTERTAINED mystery of his throat i
distributed to,.the troops covering i
to be presented to the winner pay
And Eat It With Gustol I
f and a paper will be sent to and vocal cord formation, whichit New School Shoes 25 cases of New Shoes for
AND DANCE HERE i of the contest for the most popu- the period of the encamp i is said hare never been discov- Children and bigger Boys

IJ J your Lome. A complaint boyis lar and talente. young' girl .in the men!. I ered in any other human unless the Have various you played around of with and Girls, $1.00, $1.25 $1.50

THIS EVENING I j on duty at this office from city, is now on. display. at Frank.Johnson's. possibly in that of his daughter canned spaghetti way aside from serving just Just and $1.98 up.
and which had much to do with UnpackedJust -
._ I 6:15 to 7:15 p. m. for the _';a1: ) Mrs. Harry Roberts, who wa. producing the world's greatest heating it as it comes from the
I spending a vacation of several can-which, In itself. Is a very 10 cases of Dry Goods just re-
of delivering tenor. received large line of
purpose complaint a
Potentate off! good waft'',Perhaps you like spaghetti ceived. New Broadcloth
E. E. Westman, weeks in New York and Philadelphia Brown and Black Oxfords for
Roll Your Own
*. Help us five you 1OO I with lots of mushrooms. Prints, Flaxons", Voiles Gil-
Fred: was a returning passengerover :: But with the popularity of Then simply of those school girls in all sires. They
Mahi Temple of Shnners; percent service by Baling 51 spaghetti open a can ray Prints, per yard 12e
over East Coast! yesterday. I it has often been wished tender little button-size mush- win be placed on sale at special 15c and 19c. Come and see
ti'. Delaney, Recorder of Mahi if you do not receive The Citi- v that Caruso had passed on his rooms and heat them with the con- prices for Saturday and

!' zen. i Robineau, secret: of capturing and eating his tents of a can of spaghetti-and- Monday. Bovs Wash
of 12 Representative S. B. Suits, Pants
and
Temple, a group mem- I1'p favorite elusive food. Now with tomato sauce, and serve sprinkled Also line of Ladies'Oifords.
i I'of W. P. Mooty, I showing' Shirts at only each 50c
8..6'.eP' Dade county, and
'
bers arrived the Havana Spe-' ff 1..1 the advent of delicious spaghettiin generously with Parmesan chees .
on
Pants
Boys
Long large
clerk criminal court of record of i C8nll-lLnd the Or
I Lfll custom in many perhaps like spaghettiwith
you
j, Phoenix and Silk __.._..
Kayser $1.00
cial and met by variety, pair
today were a
j Dade. arrived yesterday: for a : homes of making one dinner a meat balls. Then buy some
Hosiery, Chiffon and Service Tom Sawyer and Glad Hairs
DUNCAN FAMILY week a spaghetti dinner-style chopped meat make it Into small
friends.
of with
members
delegation of local short vacation
i t I scouts have pressed their noses round balls, fry them until they : weights, special, 7ge Best Shirts, each ... .. 89c

the temple. | I against the windows of native are slightly brown and then add pair _..........----.-.------... Boys' Polo Shirts, each SOc
This afternoon they are guests: LEFT ON FRIDAY' Ray Bush. Key West! Italian restaurants in order to get them to the hot spaghetti with I (Every pair guaranteed) I Boys' Shoes, 2 to 6, at per

of .their many friends in the !tative of the Miami represen-I first-hand information on how tomato sauce. Serve on a hot Just! received a new shipment pair $1.98

city and with them are visiting O yesterday afternoon. to one eats spaghetti-authentically. plate with the meat balls around ; of House Dresses in White Boys' S----------- big
Miami' And here is the dope. You don't the edge of the and 2--$1.00$1.15and$1.50'
is : i Bush and their children at spaghetti I and Black and new colors.
the points of interest on the DUNCAN TO VISIT IN MIAMI have to be a rodeo queen to lassoit sprinkle with Parmesan cheese.A .
MRS. I Beach, and after a short stay ex- special Monday, land. nor a snake charmer to tame It. new variation of spaghetti Incans $1.00 Girls': Wash Dresses i
,.. .._
the family at
In the evening the visitors! will CHILDREN WILL GO BEANS i pects to return with i Just sit down before the dish which bids fair to be very u u ... $1.00 89c and 49c

be guests of the local body at a,. ; I { over the highway.; : calmly recognizing the fact that popular Is canned noodles and CLOSE OUT ON ALL ; Girls' School Shoes, pair

TO OTHER POINTS I you are its master. Grasp the mushrooms. There are plenty of SUMMER DRESSESAll $1.98 and 11.50.
dinner to be given in the Plaza
I Set New Week- 'I Mr. and Mrs. Julius Collins and fork in your right; hand the spoonIn mushrooms in this can the summer dresses in stock .1!

Restaurant and later in the eve-; children, who were spending: a your left-firmly. Then pushing noodles have a home-made flavor, will be reduced for clearance I MONDAY SALE
ning they will attend dance''' the spaghetti with and they are packed In mush- t i
a End MotifS t' Wes with Mr. your spoon pure Monday regardless of their for- ;, won-
in Key
given in their honor at the Ha Mrs. Duncan, wife of ManagerB. few days onto your fork begin a gently roll- room liquor which makes a very mer price. Come early for YARD GOODS
Collins\ mother and other rela- Ing motion. If you're lucky at delicious readr-to-eerv dich.nc&i :
bana-Madrid Club, to which all M. Duncan, of the Monroe ATURDAY night baked.beans, afternoon for best. selections. 00 pieces new Printed Flaxon
lives left yesterday I
local and Masons and .- -- --- ---'- --- -- -- ---- and' Voile. 25c value, on
visiting County Road and Toll Bridge an institution as old av the I Lmene Suiting: in all new
Miami.
their families have been in- ancestral bean pot for which Bostonians afternoon for brief' of Miami, arrived this shades, special Monday, I sale per yard 15e35c
yesterday man
vited.SARDINAlUNERAL.. Commission, left yesterday afternoon are famous have becomea I a r only.. .. . ..u. ... _. 25c i : Printed' Gilbray Broadcloth
I in Miss Isabel Kelly left yesterday business trip to Malccumbc\ and] morning over the East Coast and
weekend favorite-not only
I by
for Miami accompanied 45 inch Batiste, all shades, "') i per yard 19e
I Boston but all over the country. ( for vacation in Miami returned today. i j is the guest of MJ. and Mrs. MUI -
afternoon a ;
her Miss Anne and .
daughter son I i cial, per yard no m.U I 33c Printed Voile, yard 25c
C-I
Entertaining over the weekendhas | with relatives and at Tavernier, ton Curry. f
i Bob.Miss become a simple matter in Figured Tweeds for early I 1 36 inch White Long Cloth. and
Anne and Bob will leave homes where cupboards are well- where she will be the guest of Misc. r Mr. and Mrs. L. V. Waldron f special per yard ...... .. i Cotton, per yard lOe

tomorrow morning by steamship stocked with! canned beans and Barbara Albury and other friends.Mr. arrived this afternoon over the I Dr. Alfred DcCarritt, pastor of Pillow Tubing all widths, I 81x90 extra quality Sheets: ,

HERE ON SUNDAY for Baltimore. visit. there and in recipes such as these. East Coast from their home in: Trinity 1'rcbbjIcrian church, Mrs. Monday per yard 20c i at ......._... .. ............ 96c

I Washington with relatives and! Beans In Summer Mode and Mrs. Clifford G. Hicks Deerfield, Fla., and are guests of' DeBarritt and daughter Miss New shipment of Never-Wet" i 81x90:) Sheets ___..no.- .. 7Se

i I then po to New York for a visit.and Beam and Atparagtt Salad: left yesterday.afternoon to spend Mrs. Waldron's parents" Captainand >> Lucette, who have been enjoying Ijadie Handbags in the new i Pillow Cases u. .. 15c

Funeral cervices for Cipriano i. return to Key West on the Drain the contents of a No. 2 can the week-end at the Caribbee Mrs. Charles Archer, at the. a vacation in Montreat, N. C., returned Fall shades. Figured and Brown Muslin, per yard 10c

Sardina 49, who died in the Ma-i p. and O. S. S. Florida. of all green asparagus, one cup of Colony at Key Largo with their home on Caroline street. this afternoon on the Havana Plaid Silks, special 50c ; EXTRA SPECIAL MONDAY,

rine hospital: yesterday morning i I Mrs. Duncan expects to ren.ain canned lima beans and the contents scn-in-law: and daughter, Mr. and I SpeciaLI !Monday, per yard 8:30 A. M.

are to be held 3 o'clock tomorrow -' in Miami for several weeks withI of one No. 1 can of string- Mrs. Daniel Lewis.D. _. THESTORE 2:,Voiles', 23c:>> Flaxons. 20c
less beans. Peel two firm ripe Mr. and Mr*, Frank Gato, who -
I and friends. Asked if Mr. I Broadcloth, sale. (
Pritchard's tdatives on see
a.. afternoon from :
tomatoes and slice one bunch of Townsend Smith, of the have been spending several I Mrs. E. W. Olm, of the FERA OF FASHIONI. window at.
Funeral Home. Ret. A. L. Mau Duncan had reached Washingtonto radishes: Marinate all of the ), per I2e
Coast and Geodetic months in Key West with Mr." department Key West administration .
United States yard
reau. S. J.. of St. Mary's Star of { present the request for a loan vegetables separately in French .
the Sea church will officiate. | for bridges Mrs. Duncan said: that dressing. Line a large salad bowl Survey, left yesterday afternoof. Gato's parents. Mr. and MrsE.I left over the East Ciast yesterday APPELROUTH $2.50, $3.00 and $3.60 White
with lettuce and stand the the week-crd H. Gato. and other relativeleft for Troy, Alabama where Shoes. Close
The deceased is survived by his she had talked over long I; distance I asparagus for Miami to spend I out c.-l 98
two with Mr. Da.u-an Thursday eve- tips up around the outside. with friends. on the S. S. Cuba today for Ha I; she will spend a vacation with heri City. Leading Ladies Store price per pair .
widow, Josefa Sardina, and : Toss the rest of the vegetables
i
young daughters, in Spain, and fling and he was still in Talla-I lightly together; and pile in the vana. family. --

one cousin Francisco< Lago, who i hassee.Dr. middle. Serve with mayonnaise.This John Carey was a passenger on I i
eight the afternoon train; en route t-> ,Wilham Baker arrivalon I is concretion form
was a shinmate with him on the serves persons. was an Ambergris a -- -- -

I'. and O. S. S. Cuba.Approximately Townsend recently visited Lima Beans with Shrimp Cover: Miami for the week-end with his the morning train today for a in the intestine of the sperm-

the state making speeches at various Drain the contents of one No. 2 fairily.Mr. visit with relatives and friends. It'd and found floating on the
can of lima beans and turn into a
9.900 persons points and unofficially we shallow buttered baking dish.
1
over 70 years old are on relief learn that at least. 50 percent of Sprinkle with salt and pepper. and Mrs. Robert Roha- J. B. Sullivan, who left Thursday -.
roll in 63 :Missouri counties. I those under 45 began greyingsoon Drain the contents of one B*.. ;-leaiix. of P.n-vidtntc. R. I.. wh: afternoon for a. business ea.HOLTSBERG'S i
afterwards. ounce can of shrimps remove the were the guests of Mr. and Mrs'
--- visit to Matecumfoe\ returned on MORE IICOLDIIWITH
I viscera and spread over the beans. Clarence Thompson. left: yesterday -
The lint Greek letter sorority. Add two .tablespoons of crram. afternoon for Mkmu the Havana Special this morning.L. .
Kappa Alpha Theta, was founded Sausages! are mentioned by I Cover Tightly*' with buttered

at De Pauw university in 1870. Athenaeus in the "Deipnosophists," crumbs"afld-Bake in a hot oven M. Gertell, prominent busi- MONDAY SALE
?of. Baker chief of the
Harry ,
A. D. 228. the oldest known cook until brown on top. This serves
Subscribe to The Citizen. took. I four persons.! -- Key West Fire' Department, left i Just received a shipment of
Buttered Beans: Heat the con- Children's SCHOOL DRESSES 40% LESS CURRENT

.. tents of one 10' ounce can of .-.7'to 14. They are beautiful
Etringless beans In their liquor for See window display,
D. ARONOVITZ
s
about five minutes., Add salt, pepper on sale Monday *__ 98e
UNUSUAL FACTS REVEALED and one' and one-half tablespoons 25 pieces of New Printed

butter., Serves four persons DEPARTMENT STORENow Voiles just opened up for

-by1110viespodight"d' Monday selling, 'see window 4f

5Sg? showing complete line per yard ___..mL._._... 15e
Twenty-one states by law re-
Linene for Chil-
of SCHOOL SHOES, DRESS. Navy Blue -j
quire automobiles to be equipped ES, SHIRTS, BLOUSES, all dren's Skirts per yard 35c i ir

with safety glass. the leading makes at mod Extra fine White Middy Cloth,
7SrJ IPJS LINDSEY reasonable prices. soft like silk. per yard 35c

t;f-Jla. I 54 inch Navy Blue Serges for
jfc tyurtd Heavy Western Steer Me t( School Skirts, reg. $2.50; this
toad wdgr dt tC Just arrived: Largest shipment 1 '
) YOUNG HENS Fat and Juicy of all leather Shoes for is a fine French Serge on

+ <'e* t 6 4u1'trB Nice Fryer Girls and Boys. at popular sale, per yard .... .. $1.98 LJi'

prices. Every Shoe sold with Peperell Sheets; note the r
Bermuda Meat Market
guaranteed to wear. length, 72x99 and 81x90: ;
Phone 861-W Quick Service i guaranteed for 3 years.at .

q Wo are open Sunday Morning I SI 50 pieces of Fast Color Prints, ___. _.__..*.._...... $1.00
I i Peperell Pillow Cases, 'regular
the material the
for
I just
t WORK DONE BY 35c, on sale .,. h..-. .. 25c
:School Dresses, f ?
new
._ -! y 7NREE'r I yard .... ._..._ 15e Beautiful Bath Rugs all colors,
at Special Price on f ExpertsBRING I per at _._.._.._._.........-_. $1.25
STOOGE S PERMANENT WAVES II I Girls' Misses School $1.00ash Dresses, selling c;-( MONITOR $13 789
classy
., pid
Monday at __...__ .,__ sSe TOP MODELS,
Dresses of the bet-
'., cpahm9 ONLY __ _,_ So.uU AUTO REPAIR I each $1.00 Closing out all $1.00 Handbags AS lOW AS
? ter kind at
fOt lL )nod ; COSTS TO LOWEST I at ......_.._._._ 75
KITTY SANCHEZ Oxfords for school wear
blip auwJ
LEVELS One lot of odds and ends ofChildren's Sport
Griffin and Labrada's i just opened up; have them
: Dresses to closeout
Barber Shop for girls 12% to 3 and 3 to GENERAL ELECTRIC
AUTOMOBILE
iupptUda I Your is a at 50C 8. at .._____...._-_ ....-..._ $1.98Boys'
tow 6th, I I delicate piece of mechanism each. ___.m............... School Shoes, leather ALL-STEEL REFRIGERATORS
*
w 14 din taJz ofgat Oai). 12 H to 3. at ..__ $100Boys'
w s a ? MONROE THEATERJean : and if anything sole
,, uw +t i rustles fa/ goes wrong Boys' Washable School ,Pants, '
Sport Shirts for School, Now have than witha
..,. I : you can bigger savings ever
'""'f .'irr4 1 dust tf&it\\\ goat Harlow-William. Powell with it you'll get the best all sues OJ..UU e-l fffrom at ..._.__-..... ....-....._- 50 General Electric New General
..._........ UP new Refrigerator
f fepuuvct) + >, ob/a, I --inRECKLESS- workmen on the job. You can: f Buster Brown Boys' Shoes
SAOUr mo wt. Electric Refrigerators use 40% less current and have
tvl $3.50 at. $2.98:
f&M tT-n regular
,l$
C < >
be assured that none but ex- 1 lot of Children's Sox to close
double cold ( models.'
Babies' Dresses, Handmade the producing capacity 0 1930
ariariaa I Matinee: Balcony lOcI Orchestra perts will touch )-oar car at out at per .IOeBoys' Babies' Slips and Pillow

8 P.messeta tia: si eo ; 15-20c Night: 15-25c pair.-------------- Tops on sale Monday SOc e All-steel cabinet with all oVMUra coavcnieoc
s bn our garage. feature. 'A eJul'" sealed ia-MecI mechanism
1day ,f a 4. i t <<
STOCK IS AR-
Washable Suits, OUR FALL
that
50e requires no attention-not even oiling
wnCort. '.lu#' wstow ; all sizes each "..m...... RIVING DAILY- S Years Performance Protection<< for only U a
/ ( BENJAMIN LOPEZ Trevor & Morris I New TrippI Sheer MOD sad LUtop models
iltarJ It1ot[( ,ro Navy year oo cn Top. fUtof
,{ a Continuing our SUMMER
f fof Dresses. New Tweed Dresses.
I FUNERAL
AriJ t rca..iatae HOME : I
SpetW al i -INc.- i CLEARANCE on LADIES'READY New Fall Handbags New
wou nptd .Serving Key West i TO WEAR AND
Felt Hats, Etc.
fac.t, 4 is Half MILLINERY to make room for West Electric
Century I Oldest Continuous For I We are offering Jot Monday. The Key Co.t:0
192 u1 I 24 Hour AmboUnco Service II I Fall Goods at drastic reduc New Tweed Suits, regular .

arc nt4.r .: :: Licensed EmbaZaer I Dealer ia the World" I :I bona. I $5.00. for __._..._____ $3J5

'7ht, lf I Phone 135 Night 696-tt I Come and gee them :




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