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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 24, 1935
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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VOLUME LVI. No. 202. KEY WEST, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 24, 1935. PRICE FIVE CENTS

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Over Five HundreCongress dLaws d Passedn APPROVES PLAN (SCOUT TROOPS ARRIVED HERE TODAY; National Committeemen Representing Both


I OF TREE GUILD ENTERTAINED,BY LOCAL ORGANIZATIONS
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By I I Present Session I, IN ISLAND CITY'I Major Parties Start Political Activities;

t Boy Scout from Tampa. Jackdiville hours will be enjoyed in Key West

__ i I by the scouts.Members .

Task Of Compiling And NO DECISION AS and Pinellat county spent,I of the scout contin-

CHARLES H. UMSTEAD OF I: several boars in Key West today, gent who visited Key West today Mapping Out Program For 1936 CampaignMORE


Indexing Statutes Hai I YET IN CASE OF WASHINGTON COMMENDS at guettt of the Key West Junior I are C.; C. Whitaker, R. Sexton. R. a -

WORK IN BEAUTIFICATIONOF I Patrol. j Baughman C. W. Kurt, O. Mill-

Already Begun By Various .! EVERETT RIVASMAYOR WEST sap R. Bayer, Win. Higgins, Wm. PROJECTS LARGENUMBER Statisticians In Capital
IQiY
OfficialsBy I Bound for an outing in Havana, 11. Taylor, W. J. Scarbough, R. I"

I 440 of the scouts arrived here L. Cribb M. Cooley, Geo. Cracker Already Busily EngagedIn
J. Simpson H. Fontanills, O. FOR KEY WEST HEARD HEFLIN
WHO W tNT Umstead of Wash-:
MALONE Charles II. the S. Lucas D. McConnell J. Judd G.
shortly before 10 a. m. on Getting Out Charts
HERBERT PLUMMER jngton, writes the Key West Tree Turtle.
TO MIAMI IN INTEREST OF GIVEN APPROVALLIST LASTEVENING
...... S. Cuba from Tamp to be greeted -
tnr Alri ) Gt lid of having: seen in The Citizen Wm. Norris J. C. Downall R. Bearing On SituationBy

WASHINGTON Aug. 24.- PROCEEDINGS RETURNED of AUJiJst'10. notice of the by the crack drill team of the Cough, J. Ross. D. Senterfitt J. S -

U.cl. Sam already hat begun hit HOME THIS MORNING organization's activities and hast- Patterson J. Musgrave Geo.
junior patrol. I Hunter, S. Kotler. R. M.! Cleurs OF DIFFERENT ITEMSAR ADDRESS GIVEN ON SUBJECTOF

'annual tremendous job of acquainting ens to commend tlose who are en- I J. E. Sheppard. K. Hewlett. Ed. HERBERT PLUMMER
team and the SENT TO WASHINGTONFOR FEDERAL HOUSING
Led by the patrol ._
beautifies- (liT AI.tri 1'1' )
of
gcged in this plan : Harwell, J. B. Hackney, E. Maas.
the peopl. of the nation Mayor Wm. II. Malone returned Boy Scout band from St. Peters-+ WASHINGTON Aug. 24.-The
I ML Doud, A. Chapman R. Mack. FINA.L APPROVAL OF LOANS GREATLY ENJOYEDBY

of what ha been_done ill the wayof this morning from Miami where tion.Mr.. Umstead was in Key Westin Iburg the county, the scouts court were house escorted, where to '' R. Nelson, Geo. Sawyer, R. At- ADMINISTRATION ASSEMBLAGE two most astute political statisticians .

he1, went to present before Judge 1901 and later in 1918, and at I they officially welcomed to wood, B. Blackbaun J. Brubaker
werg '
law by the 74th 'R. Brubaker. in tae: c.pital-two men
congrett.
mew Paul D. Barnes in circuit court that
thct time became convinced the city by Acting Mayor Leo I
Jiis has the of the homes and j AN Cohen. L. Dicks, C. D. Dew I .este-:
that be
More and more bill are being contention beautification Warren E. Farrell, R. Green J. Heim. R. (ray .ts.etatrd Press) Key failed to heart who attempt to call their election
of
'from office Cap- gardens in Key West would be director of
to Stewart Leonard
power remove JACKSONVILLE Aug. 24. I
each It it estimated Heim. M. Hope, W. Hubbard. J. "shots"i ahead of time-are about
patted year. greater benefit than other proposed told the the address of ex-United States 1
tain of Police Everett R. Rivas public relations boys 1I
Hudson J. Lawyer, L. Lewallen,
methods: of making the city Among the project approved I!
that tome 500 pages' alone will be which action-'he'took on June 25. that on their stay in Key West to- K. Merry A. McQuagge, W. Mor Senator J. Thomas Heflin! in the ready to move into action.
the attractive. I Iday they would be shown the ris. R. C. Ulner G. Vel- by the Florida WorltProgreit I
Mr. Malone-'contends that Stone. ,
required to index new legitlation lie also thinks that a driveway They Emil Hurja and Earls
t aquarium Naval Station and art High School auditorium missed I II I are
him this 50 of the island; boon E. Woolner.i
city charter gives power abound percent and that trucks with I Adminirtration and I
enacted since January 3. And tome and his contention was recently w'th trees planted on each side I gallery benches, would be provided on I i E. Peterson, J. Burdine. I. W. an evening of delightful stories s I Venable attached to the Democratic
would enhance the island's beau-I Carter. Wm Cunningham. J. Deid- sent to Washington for final I
3,000 large pages will be necettary sustained 'by'an opinion renderedin t... their return trip here in order nick G. Fault, D. Ford Wtn. and one of the best speeches ever : and Republican national
the matter D. Landis !| that they might see more of the : review; and allocation of I.
by Cary !
to print the text of the new Mr. Umstead asks that a list of Frazine Who. Griffith. P. Horn- made in Key West is the opinionof ; committees: respectively.I
attorney general of Florida. the trees and shrubs most suitable I I city and enjoy a ride around the buckle, K. Hennssey. J. Hennssey,I fund, rare these at Key I t ti
lawt. Mr. Rivas, through his attorney for Key West be furnished him together i'I boulevard to see Raul's trained T. Lifeure. H. Woods. M. i those who heard this gifted i With the campaigns and elections

The task of compiling and index. State Senator Arthur Gomez, contends -i with other. information I I'fish.Following the official welcome!|j. Holmes, E. Hornshy. E. Kelt-I West: I orator. I I of 1936 fast shaping upi
which he sl-eci:les in the letter. [ Woods. M. Ware. O. MacEachern.W. ,I
that act of the legislature Bind end renovate books in 1 I i
an the drill team of the I
Inc the ttatutet at Urge patted by Mrs Wal'ace :Eryant Kirke. whois I junior patrol Martin. R. W. Rogers, J. While Mr. Heflin's speech was Hurja and Venable are already
which empowers the gover- at this time leader of the '!'ree'Guild '.put on an exhibition drill for the:, Ridgely, C. Sadler. Monrc-e County public schools I .
rettt on the thoaldert of scouts. i I 1 primarily to explain the methods busy getting their charta and
congress nor of Florida to remove any official activities, is complying with W. Shiver. J. Soule A. Kilburn, i
I| Then followed two hours of and public library. Federal of the federal administration I,
the historical adviser of the state of Key West whether elec- the writer's requests, by sendinga E. Hogan, R. Baker, J. Burdine. ; housing graphs ready for political prop

tive or appointive, "with or with- map of the city, a comprenen-!j liberty for- the scouts during Geo. Powell L. Starrctt G. Bush. funds asked, 5921. No sponsors I and the wonderful advantages
department Hauler Miller. pive photo\-apli: of the boulevard which they visited the aquarium i U[ J. Leftcr, E. Mears. G. Tarnwall. which are being given prospective hetiet to be made later. Their offices
out cause," divests the mayor of which was completed since Mr.Umstead's ,I and saw tropical fish and other, J. llama, W. Lund. A. Payne J. to contribution. I
The legal section of Miller's office his authority to suspend city of last visit and a complete '{ marine life entirely new to them.t i Graham T. Cole H. Rhode.L.. I I home owners to build with loans are in the tame building im

does the actual work. The historical ficials. I list. of the trees growing! in They! enjoyed a trip through the Oux. Provide assistance and per- { by the government the speaker downtown Washington, but they've

Adviser also has the responsibility Asked by The Citizen if Judge I I Key West man;, of which are be- j! Key West Naval Station and also C. Ortner. T. Treff. II. Gardner tonnrl for FERA agricultural I I told many delightful stories which I

of seeing that the Barnes had rendered a decision I ing used in the beautification pro,I'visited the art gallery: and saw J. Spencer. C. A. Cuff, J. Moore, II I kept his audience in a happy'' never met. .
in the matter Mayor Malone said not only the work of public work experiment and at
original lawbearing the signatures I 1 I gram. ,, II. Oneal.! I. Moore. A. St. John. training I mood throughout the time of his
he had but had taken the :t.Hurja's success aa a political
not. case 1 artists but also the works of the J. Ford. J. Wallis! Maltley. B.
' of the Speaker of the house under advisement. members of the junior classes being Joseph. J. Garrison. Wm. Marr. Key Wett. Federal fund asked address. I prophet in 1932 and in the congressional -

the Vice President and Presidentis COMPILE LIST I conducted at the art gallery.'1 Robt Kinn II. N. Brown. Peter >, 12622. No sponsors to I There was not as large an attendance -' elections of 1934 has

preserved carefully., JUNIOR PATROL I The return to Key West is Wiley. E. Jacobs. Mrs. Jacobs, W. as was anticipated but caused Democratic chtertam3'

Many Copies Made OF MARRIAGES scheduled for 4 o'clock Thursday M. Marr. Sr.. O. McEachern. J. contribution. this it is said, was due to the from the President, down to rtipet -
i I afternoon when" several more Black J. Mattair N. Holland. place for the talk being changedat
These original picees of legislaItlon'prirRed'on Construct copcrete!' culvert -
; ;
... his graph aad-tbarts.
-PRESIDES, OVER c si r the last moment after oil three
"') -of 100
; yirchment( AND'DIVORCES' on First Street at Bo.l.v.rd.Federal occasions announcement had been I i Venable long has been looked

percent rag are sent to the state t AFFAIRS OF CITY REUNION WITH OLD ROPE-TWIRLING made that it would bet Bayview ;, upon as a political oracle around
department immediately after the I fends asked $1, I Park. Possibility of rain was J I Republican national committee

President affixes his signature.The HEALTH EDITION ALSO CAR 789.32. No sponsors to con- the cause of the change being headquarters. He doesn't fool
editor of the laws of con- I FRIEND FRED STONE MADE WILLROGERS' made. I
YOUTHS TAKE CHARGE OF RIES COMPLETE FIGURESON tributicn. I Long before the time for the with charts and graphs, however
gress in the legal section of the speech arrived there were hun-I His system if he has any can't be
MUNICIPALITY COUNTY DEATH FROM CANCER (LAST HAPPIEST Recondition twenty houses
historical adviser's office first gets DAYS HIS dreds of people assembled at the ., explained by. himself.

four copies of each law from the AND ERA FOR AN HOUR IN IN FLORIDA I .I to make available apartmentsfor park, it was said, awaiting the arrival "Intuition "-and a lot of gnf...i

gO\ernment printing; office. Each of the speaker and it was work," ''ay ProphetlVenaUe.$'
FORENOON (By Anorlatrd Press renting. Federal funds the'hour
not
of
until the .
speaker'sappearance ,
of these copies is certified: as a Stag Dinrter
By ROBBIN COONS f fI ter with the Stones and those in
I
i 1 had and ,
there come: gone
During the year 1934 were asked 24997. Sponsors to I
true copy of the the orig.nal.bureau of Then the ;: I' 22,751.. marriages. in the State of :| HOLLYWOOD Aug. 24.-Will nearby seats could: hear Will's frequent that they decided there would be Washington politicians and political
one is sent to I observers attach more than
Department heads in city county I II contribution nothing. I speech.EMPIRE.
Florida. This figure is shown in i Rcgert was Hollywood's moat chuckles as Stone played a no
the
budget
another to treasury
social significance to stag dinner
a
the third to the general accounting and ERA agencies of Key the August edition of Health II role that might have been; made to Develop swimming pool.
West had a chance to rest this i I I Notes, published by the state I' celebrated figure; not merely itt I given recently by Secretary
office and the fourth to the I order for Will I.ogersStone AIR LINKS Ickes of the interior department.
morning for an hour when at 111 I board of health. During the same: Federal funds asked. 4156.
public: printer.A KevWest I firtt-ranking box office ttar -at and Rogers weer playingin Among the secretary's guc ta
members of the '
divorces
a. m.
there 4.842
special proof with broad margins oveaihe I I year were ; New York beaters on opposite Sponsors to contribution I were members of the Illinois congressional
Junior Patrol took affairs I
: annulments SEEN BY
and 46 / I rated by the Motion Picture Her BRITISH
is run off for the state de rides of the street when first they delegation and prom.

(partment. In the3 margins/ each I During of the the three hour period units. in which 1 I Fame In period Monroe there county were during 158 mar-the:! aid-but itt good-will ambassadors J met. Rogers came over one evening $563.50. inent progressives of both partn %

!ln-r it classified, summarized, an- I : to :Stone's Cresssing: room and The guest list aroused speculation =

notated and catalogued. I patrol affairs members the boys were and in girls chargeof had:I nulment.riages 63 divorces and one an 1 to the world at targe. I they struck un at: immediate acquaintance GROOMS FAMILYENJOYVACATION i DIRECTOR OF POSTAL SERV. in political quarters as tlIckes' >>
Laws Exceed 500 1 wrich developed into
in the 1936 ;
an opportunity to see just what During the year 1934 (cancer He came west in 1919, after: ICE MUCH ENTHUSED OVER place picture.
When the corrected proof is ret close fr nd"hi.! } from the stert. '
for time has had it
: Gossip long
1 I a
are the functions of the various, the second most deadly disease,
"rne departments of the three units. i claimed 1,325 victims in Florida.Of stage success PROPOSED PLANSLONDON secretary
adviser the marginal ref- Will's rope-twirl..!'. and said he
might be the second the
Last ,week members selected -, this number of deaths there man on
erences are checked to previous patrol make a aeries of comedy fe.t.rea'' had a cowboy teaching him how -- Democratic ticket in 1936.
the in whites and 226 color-
who were 1.099
ones were
; I
,"olumeThill! done the copy goes 'I to do it."Let :
charge of the several departments In Monroe county there were and thortt. But the Rogers drawl RELATIVES ELECTRIC (fly A.I.ri r"re.st Just what will be done with
again to the public printer for led. show how volun-
once i I I me yr-u ,
"Cactus Jack" Gamer the
in the city. deaths 17 of whom were white I Angj 24.-Closer purI -
luting. The plating is checked ltd wit lost teered Will, "and showme HEAD: HERE }
spontaneous were on s&y you COMPANY 'l:I of such gossip don't AT.I. .
irlmail veyors
and two colored. and speexfteV ; \ links wit .
with the second revised at I .
copy how to dance. '
hereturned the empire*are'* eft T> Sir Frederic -, Ickes, these political doptsterft
the state department then it goes BODYOFLAGO the silent screen and in 1922 When Stone came to pictureshe VISIT JACKSONVILLEMrs. y
I Williairson-"director of postal -I.say, would be an Weal candidatefor
baric to the printer for binding. NEW WORK HOURS spent most of his free time with
and the liberal
The secretary"of state must : to New York gave. services, following a 29,000-: keeping and progressive
pro- Rogers-except: when he played
dree a bound volume of laws enacted ARRIVED TODAY Broadway another portion of Rog- golf. Will preferred polo and J. J. Grooms and daughter -!1 mile trip to India Australia. New i I' Republican support inline
in 36.
at each session at the end of FOR \WPA FORCES couldn't be interested in the links Mrs. Fanny Boatwright. and t! Zealand Canada and the United Clash

,
that session. The 73rd required era laugh. States. Raybnrn-Hnddletton
congress nor in Stone's fondness for shoot-
,
Mrs. I. A. Wether-
granddaughter, Clearly impressed by the rapid
I No clash\ of on
two volumes.A personalities
PLACED ON STEAMER CUBA I Back to Hollywood he came in';:, ing.
and her husband their taken aviation in the
ington strides in
bill in recent times bas
total of 545 laws have been TO PUT IN FOUR EIGHT-HOUR, "Naw. I'll just watch. I never capitol: so
HA- 1929 to make talkies. "They Hadto Judith and Danny of i dominions and the popularity of political observer
passed. This number includes 275 AND TAKEN TO handled a gun in my life was children 1 j intrigued as
public laws. 222 private laws and i DAYS PER WEEK BEGINNING See Paris" was a Rogers sue-I Will's' reply when Fred urged him Stockton Ga., recently enjoyed a air mail contacts with England J has that of Sam Rayburn of Texas -

48 public resol-itions VANA cess They followed those l'uc-1] to "try a few shots. delightful vacation in Jacksonville,I Sir Frederic returned full of optimism -I chairman of the interstate and

The signed originals are bound I SEPTEMBER 1 eeses: in money-making succes-j i Rogers' fondness wa4,,for "pick- and at Jacksonville Beach. i' about inauguration of almost -I foreign- commerce committee of
end placed in steel cabinets in a sion. t ing_ and going places"Just daily service with India within the house! and George Hundlc"ton

fireproof room at the state depart- The body of Roberto Lago, With Fred Stone I|,:. up as he did when he flew to Mrs. Grooms is the mother of two years, and tri-weekly service -"of Alabama ranking Democratic

ment. who died in Miami was brought I New hours for persons employed It was twirling: rope that first his. death with Wiley Post-is illustrated Bascom L. Grooms, president of to even the farthest of the member of the same committee.The .

to the city today on the Havana on WPA projects will be put bound the friendship of Will Rogers -;; in Stone's account: of the the Key West Electric company.: :dominions I two, who sat side by lido

KILLED 67 SNAKES I Special and was placed on the into effect September 1, M. E. and Fred Stone a quarter of; time Will telephoned him to say i "Everywhere I found the greatest "- on the committee during the many

Steamer for Havana where funeral Gil fond, district WPA director.I, a century ago.! And the bonds have j J("Come on. we're going to look at i enthusiasm for the scheme. lean Democratic years hot only
OPF.LJKA, Ala.-Negroes cut- services and interment will be I announced this morning. The wound fantastically through their !! some ranches. WILLIAM BURTON he reported. "When it is fully hav. a profound respect for each

ting brush on a farm near this held. Arrangements for the trans- new schedule' does not affect administrative -J brilliant careers even to the' Talked With CowboytThe I working it will mean revolutionary other but a real affection.The .
nothing
city killed 67 snakes in one day, fer of the body from the train to personnel. "| points that now,'in' Rogers' death! RELEASED TODAY I, changes. There has been "death sentence" section
13 of them being rattlers. The the boat was in charge of Pritch-I Under the new schedule WPA the grief-stricken Fred Stone looms I I ranches in question Stone like it in the history of postal of the utility holding company bill

largest rattlesnake was five feet ard's Funeral Home. employes will work four eight-I' as probably the only man to carry(!i learned by?oing.were over in Arizona -t I communications." in- : bas arrayed the one against! the

long and had 25 rattles.HABANA.MADRID. The deceased was the husbandof I hour days per week instead of i on the Rogers tradition of home-i,;: "thousands of acres and I Sir Frederic said the plans !other. Rayburn is for the "death

a niece, of Dr.'Grau San Martin the present schedule of five sevenhour -j humor In the films._ whenever vie met a cowboy Will William Burton, who was arrested -' cluded bi-weekly service to Australia sentence"; Huddlecton is against
jy i I I '
j
Zealand
I had to and the time o'I with link to New -
stop pass a
former president of the Cuban 1 days The minimum hours in by the sheriffs office it.
j It be that thus .traStf'dy'l| .
may
I !I day. After we'd driven all over tri-weekly service to the I
Republic. A number of relatives i I shall be not less than 128 hours,'the stage's veteran star will repay Thursday evening. following abeating five Some of the most astute pa1liamentary *-
of
CLUB I this ranch all day. Will beat it Straits Settlements four
accompanied the body on the tripto I per month. ( *t least to the public, his old I maneuvering ever witnessed
I back to the railroad: station telegraphed administered by the father times weekly service to India and
BIG MEMBERSHIP Havana. friend's' celebrated i gesture when the airline to the service to Kenya, with on "the hiH" has been em-
II II get of a child who charged mis-1 tri-weekly :
Rogers after Stone's critical Injuries I ployed by these two to outwit
STEAMER OZARK near-fataf plane to stop for him. and barely conduct on the part of Burton two planes regularly going on to I
DANCETONIGHT ADVISORY in a airplane made it. He was going to Chicago t t Capetown. each other.
crash in 1929 flew across the continent was released this afternoon by the t -
f to meet Mrs. Rogers and
ADVISORY 10:00 A. M.: Tropical ARRIVES IN PORT to open "in Stone's new play I'' Mary." I sheriff. I j CASE DISMISSED EXTRA SPECIAL

disturbance advancing northeastward "for old Fred. I Fred Stone would be the first to The release followed an in- I TOPS DRESSED, only. 2Sc
4
Come acid enjoy the evening on I I. central about 300 miles Taught Rope Tricks 1 decry any mention of himself--or vestigation conducted by Acting! BROOKLYNEdward Hughes
I i ;
the: most beautiful dance floor i in I south of Sable Island. N. S. It Steamship Ozark of the Clyde- Rogers rarely a preview attend- '. anyone else-as the one to carryon I County Solicitor J. Lancelot Lester of this city, arraigned for a rob- MUFFLERS INSTALLER,
.,
... ., 4340
the lUte- I has decreased somewhat in intensity Mallory Lines. rived 5:30 o'clockyesterday : ant was on hand for the trial i i't i the Rogers tradition on the who h&d. questioned a'l persons bery committed 23 years ago convinced -I as low as -- "

FROM 10 P. M. TILL ? but is still attended by shift- afternoon from New showing of Fred Stone's first screen, but Stote's first talkie concerned and found no the judge that he had been Ackerman Service Station.

ing gales. Caution advised vessels Orleans and sailed 8 o'clock for't talkie. He and Mrs Rogers sat l 1 I I role which Rogers lived to see I grounds on which to base charges living an exemplary life since and Phone. S22 White at Catherine
in path. Miami and Jacksonville. side by side in the crowded thea- is cut in the Rogers mold. against the accused. the case wi dismissed. I



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PAGL'TWO THE KEY WEST CITIZEN SATURDAY AUGUST 24. 1935.

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Sup gjgast 'cttfren; CARDS AND THE BIBLE $24,000, who resold it to Paul'. ..e..e..e

e: KEY WEST IN Roselle for $30,000. Within a.few-
THE Published riTI7E Pally; BLKHIMi Except 8undar CO. By INC. Although said to be more than 200 1-MINUTESAFETY TALKSBy days Mr. Roselle sold the tract to'i' Today's

L. P. AHTMAN. PraMent years old, the following DAYS GONE BY I a resident of Coral Gables for
.JOE: ALLEN Autetant B..lne.. Manager story, recently republished Don Herold $45,000. Anniversaries
Corner Yom Greene The Citizen and Ann Building Street by the Pathfinder, may be of interest : Happening Here Jutt 10 Year : eeee.e..e.se..e..e...
to those who have Ago Today; As Taken From
not seen it: i t Seldom has a more beautiful
Only Dally Newspaper In Key West and :Monroe The File Of The Citizen : 1759 William Wllberforu.i ,
County.Entefx Richard Land, a private in the 42nd bride exchanged vows with the I great British anti-slavery leader,
at ioey lea t. floridaTa* second class matter foot Ye lie man of her choice than was Miss born. Died July 29. 1833.
troops of the "Black sHU
Watch" of the him doin6
FIVTY-SIYTit IK A ItMeviber I saw Governor Martin has appointed; Violet Lones last evening when in'I
.( tae A..eelated ....... British Army early in the 18th century Miss lima Louise Garthside court, the presence of relatives and a''
Tbe Associated Press la exclusively entitled to use hour has the same 1821--John Newton tamed
for republication of all news dispatches credited to was: brought before the mayor and lord 80 miles an reporter for the Twentieth Judicial -) few friends she became the bride!!army engineer and Union Jl.'fnf'ntborn >
It or not otherwise credited In this paper and also cylinder District en recommendation, of Richard Hewitt The cert'monyj]
the local news published here. protector of Glasgow charged with playing on the tievtf btateKoaa (lof Judge Oefferson B. Browne andj was performed by Rev. Otis' at Norfolk Va. Died in New
cards during divine service. He said brainLET'S Wm. II Malone. Miss j York City May 1. 1895.
Senator
the ]
.. \IIONU CdTCPlAL) intoTjew: I : ; Kirby. Following ceremony a I __
he had no Bible or prayer book, and was Garthside is a scion of one of the'! the newly weds held a reception I I]I 1847-Charles Follen MrKim
ASSOCIATION using his oldest! families'in Key West. Shel at the home of the bride's parents.
pack of cards instead. When
j famed New York architect
1 V t i( is a granddaughter of the i Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lones. at 425: among
StBSCHlPTlO\: : RATES asked to explain what he he i ,the country's grrate-t. born One.Tear ._...._ _...__..____$10.00 meant. answered far William Curry who left. the larg-I Francis street. I
Six: Months .. .,_-.. _"._'_" -.........-...._...._ 5.00 : 1 est fortune ever accnmrnulated ini i t Chester Co.. Pa. Died Sept 14,

0.Three. Month Month....._. ....... ._.._._.__ 160.85 "When I see the ace, it reminds me I Florida up to the. time of his, The Navy Tug Bayspring left I, 1909.
Weekly __.__.. .. .....-.0 I death. Dr. Joseph Y. Porter and. yesterday: afternoon 4 o'clock for,,
of the one God; the deuce recalls the I 1860-Laura Drake Gill math-.
ADVERTISING-RATE!! j I Judge J. Vining Hams of the; St. Petersburg, for Troop 1 Boy
Made known on application Father and the Son; the trey the three I dOJtP criminal court: married her gnat'! Scouts who have been enjoying,j I raatioan.; Bernard College dean

All reading notices SPECIAL, cards NOTICE of thanks- resolutions of persons: of the Trinity; the four-spot reminds to.rt. I aunts. Her father, Charles Garth-' an encampment at Clearwater. !j j I pioneer in the vocation bureau
born terrille
respect obituary notices etc. will be charged for at side, one of the pioneers of :Miami I II j I j 1 I movement at Che
me of the four evangelists the five Maine. Died at Bt> Feb
the rat of 10 cents a> line. ; William Mark Brown, founded -! rt'a. Ky
Notices. for entertainments by; churches from whicha the five wise 'I HAVE NEW MODELS IN PEOPLE land I Varela and Gibson had a half| 3, 1926.
the six of the
virgins days the
revennd Is to be derived are I S cents a line. ; i Bank of Bay Biscayne. j I page advertisement in The Citizen _
The CitUen Is an open foroia and invites discussion -
of public Issues and subjects of local or, general of creation; the seven of the seventh dayor j Most every time a road is idened greater haste possible ithout teaching and Jfr. Varela stated today that''': 1884 Earl) Derr Bigger noteu
cat.oaa.interest but It will not .publish anonymous communl- Sabbath; the eight recalls the righteous !!( and unproved the accidents oo it drivers how NOT' to use it. Miss Lillian Rippa former Key advertisement brought him three 1 i i author-born at Warren Ohio
I immediately increase and become Almost 124,000 accidents last year West resident, is enjoying a series exclusive listings for their Real'
persons in the Ark; the nine the ungrateful i deadlier were due to exceeding the speed limit; of prenuptial honors in Tampa, Estate Company.The I Died April 5, 1933.

} lepers; the 10, the Commandments.The I Maybe we ought to quit improving 53,290 were caused by reckless driving result where she is making her home and]
IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST I and most of the others were the 1887 Hal G. Evarts. novelist
I roads and cars for a while, and concentrate where she will wed Dr. I. Eiden- ; -
king suggests the King of Heaven of undue haste on somebody's
part. .
; wedding of Miss MacieWells I
born at Topeka, Kans. Died Oc
ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN on bringing out some new, late New' model cars and new roada holm early in September. A recentsocial |i
the queen, the Queen of Sheba who sought j 1935 models in drivers, with 8-c>Jinder should mean fewer accidents-not event in Tampa was a party and Charles Baker will be I i I 18, 1934.
wisdom from Solomon. The knave (jack)" brains and streamlined common sense morn given by the Bluebird Club at the solemnized tonight at 8:30 o'clockin i,
1. Water After all what can we expect if we Perhaps a part of all the tax en the Fleming Street Methodist I|I In no part of Africa has the
and Sewerage. -here he hesitated, but on being urged, give faster cars and faster roads to the motor cars and for good roads: should Young Men's Hebrew_ Association. church. Following the wedding i lj j I i ]language of early Scotland Ireland -
1 2. Bridges to complete Road to Main- went on: "The knave stands for the con- same old unimproved people? be devoted who to safety to them.education of the I there will be a reception at the i!i and England been so well
land. stable who arrested me-" The people must be geared up,toogeared people Last year's are automobile use accident I Excellent pregress is being home of the bride's parents, Mr.I(i preserved as in the Southern
,. up to greater caution and record was a lulu for all time. Most of made by the engineer forces and Mrs. James Wells 623 William II, Appalachians.
!. Free Port. The mayor interrupted to remark that greater carefulness Geared up to J low the 882,000 accidents in which 36,000 making a survey of the Overseas street.
down, so to speak. were killed and approximately ml- Highway according to .1 1 I
4. Hotels the constable seemed to have been a fool, a I reports received : Subscribe to The Citizen20ci
and Apartments..
Nine accidents out of ten are caused hon injured last year, according toby from the offices of theorganization.
even though not a knave. Then the soldier too much haste in one form or figures of The Travelers Insurance on'' In a list of technical M'rl't'antsl; j i weekly.
5. Bathing Pavilion. I II (I One party will in the United. States Army. Sergeant -
a..c.tftr-"et we go oo making even Company: occurred on good roads.
continued: "There are 365 pips Friday of this week complete the 't barracks-and
I f and his
6. I Carl Mortenson holds fourteenth West )Ie
Airports-Land and Sea. 1--- ___ __
(spots) in the pack which recall the daysof I survey as far as Marathon and place in the list of 100.;,Charming: wife have a host of
7. Consolidation of County and CityGovernments. I I afterward the camp will! be movedto Mortenson is in the city.
the year; 52 cards one for each week; Sergeant at Key friends,
Cudjoe Key and the survey I '. -1'
12 face cards, ont for each month and the TODAY'SIhghe.t WEATHER ) i I -- -- --- -----
,. t| 1 continued to Big Pine. The party ...,.0'
13 tricks represent the number of weeks ina j I. now basing on Big Pine will complete .
1 the there
work
In the horse and buggy days the worst quarter. Thus the pack of cards serves at an early
i date and then take the
Temperature WEATHER CONDITIONS up surveyon
traffic menace was a horse fly. as a Bible a prayer book and an almanac.." ; : ... .. __.90 I I I I No Name. We will be pleased to have you consult us about
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Lowe ._ .__ -------- -- _____...79 I A strong high pressure area is
No law can stop crime unless juries TWO PLUCKY BOYS Mean .....__ ......._.. ...........___...84 crested this morning over eastern Editorial comment: :Many peo- how you can
convict those who violate them. Normal Mean. .83 Ontario. Cochrane 30.42 inches ple who never go to church wojKl
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Recent news dispatches tell of the almost Rainfall .I and extends southward into the I never buy real estate in a town
mulle Mississippi and Ohio Valleys without any church. >
Business this fall will be better than miraculous recovery of two boys, one Yesterday's Precipitation .78 Ins. and middle Atlantic: States Build Buy or

business last fall and profits ought to be in New York and the other in Atlanta Normal-T..I. ree.rd Precipitation......... :.-.......00.15 period Ins.mdwa !. while pressure is moderately low I Torch Key acreage continuesto ,
greater.If whose sheer grit and will to live did much ; nt h .......L this ...00.1.... I,i over the Gulf of Mexico Pena- be in great demand. Clements Refinance Your Homeor
Tomorrows Almanac I I cola. Fla.. 29.86 inches an,' a dis- Jaycocks recently sold 30 acres on
to pull them through. Sun rises .. ...........___.. 6:Oi: a. m. I j turbance is central over Manitoba. this key to R. W. Thompson for
you have anything to say against Harold Pflegar entered a New York Sun sets! ..____......m.. ._ 6:53: p. in. i j I The Pas! 29.40 inches with low
hospital eight months Moon rises ..._........... 3:02 a. m. rrespure extending southward' over
Miami it now or forever after hold suffering from i j
say ago +! KEY WESTCOLONIAL repair or modernize any type of
Moon.seta ..n ..m.....-.. 4:50 p. the northern Plains States. Show-
your tongue. osteomyelitis, a serious inflammation of Tomorrow' Tides m'j I'|i erg and thunderstorms have con- HOTELIn building on Insured credit
the bone and marrow of one of his.legs. A.M. P.M. ,'!j I tihued in southeastern districts i

Intuition is wonderful. It enables The infection spread and his leg was amputated High _____ .........__ 7:12 8:3c: !: the rainfall benig heavy at :Miami. the Center of the Business

folks to form positive about but his did not fail. Low ...............___..12:07 2:23 i i 2.10 inches, and Tampa, 2.70 and Theater District
opinions pending courage Barometer 8 irwhes. Light: to moderate rains! The First National Bank of Key West
today
a. m. :
bills they have never read. While in the hospital he underwent 85 Sea level, 29.90.WEATHEK I have also occurred during the last First CUM--Fireproof_ (
24 hours in the Dakotas. Temperatures
.. blood transfusions necessary to keep life in I Sensible Rale

It is a poor business man whose his body, a greater number of transfusionsthan FORECAST this morning are in generally the South; seasonable; but are COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEI Approved Mortgage Under the I

plans for making money arc not a few any person has ever had before. (Till 8 p. m.. Sunday) I 20 degrees above normal from the

hundred per cent ahead of his bank Recently he was sufficiently recover- Key West and Vicinity: Mostly. the lower north Lake Atlantic region: States.G. eastward. over Car.. Elevator FEDERAL HOUSING ADMINISTRATION ,

balance. ed as to be'taken home in a wheel chair to cloudy with showers tonight ands 1 S. KENNEDY Popular Price ..
Sunday gentle to moderate winds, f
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celebrate his 15th birthday.The Officer in Charges
mostly south and southwest --
f -- -- --
People who make fun of those who go other case was that of 16yearold Florida: Showers tonight and

to church rarely object to enjoying the Leon Powers of Atlanta, who a little Sunday.Jacksonville to Florida Straits j I BENJAMIN LOPEZ .....................J1ITI.lII.I.l1111.................................... ..............
civilization that is largely the result of more than two months ago was accident- and East: Gulf: Moderate south)! FUNERAL HOME

organized religion. ally shot in the abdomen with an old .32 and southwest winds except variable '! Serving Key; West

caliber pistol thought to. be empty. The becoming northeasterly over j,i 24 Hour Half Ambulance Century Service
e i
'
Golf would not be half so interestingwere bullet tore through his intestines, making mostly extreme overcast north portion with showers; weather' Licensed Embamer \
BUILDERS' SUPPLIES
it not for the hazards. It would be a 19 perforations.At I night and :Sunday. to'1 j I Phone 135 Night 696-\\

dull life if there were no obstacles to over- ,Grady-hospital a surgeon openedhis I. -- I

come; they zest, strengthen and discipline.I abdominal cavity and literally lifted

his "insides" out while he stitched up the (

Everyone of us is said to be a model, 19 holes. For nearly two weeks young Leaf

held in awe by someone else, low and Powers seemed to be continuously at the = Long
NOW BIGGER SAVINGSthan \ c 0 t
humble as we may be. It is up to us, point of death, but at intervals he con- : F Yellow Sherwin

therefore to give a good example and allow soled his mother y saying: "Don't worry; 5 Pine andCypress

our influence to be for good. I'll make it:" He did make it, and is now ever with a new Williams !S A I
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:I" \I able to be up. Doctors say his recovery .1
Paint andBrushes I
"Bury me on my face," said Diogenes; will shortly be complete. GENERAL @; ELECTRICALLSTEEL ;: ..10... .

and when he was asked why, h!: replied, These desperate cases, as well as : / I I
: 22.00 I
"Because in a little while everything will many others, illustrate what modern sur- REFRIGERATOR p :

!fe turned upside down." The,ol'd philosopher gical skill, aided by courage and determi- : aM. I :

had vision and was probably think- nation on the part of the patient, can ac : :

ing of the year 1935. complish. 193' 0
1930 0 i HAMMERS Disston

The "wild m.an" to be exhibited by JAPAN'S UNIQUE METHOD C

the Junior Patrol's Circus will not be so I 0i: 35c LI:: "

much of an attraction. There are a lot of Japanese leaders have adopted a : Saws

wild men running loose all over town; also unique method to provide various neces- up s0

some wild women. Perhaps the specie to sary war supplies without the necessity of I

be exhibited will be different than the com- the Government spending any money. 1 rLi ::0I

mon garden variety so much in evidence. Sometime ago the Japanese passed a :


Mindful of the lesson learned in business lacy requiring in the all empire oil to companies construct doing tanks V : Just Received a Carload of Carey's i.

1917, the senate has passed a resolution and keep a reserve supply of oil adequateto i I ( I I Il O

against arms shipments to belligerents anda supply the demand for at least six 11 .I. Oi Simplex Roofing $1.40 per roll and up :0

declaration that Americans would travel months, or more. This meant that these

on ships of nations at war "at their own oil companies would maintain without 6-1 Monitor

risk." This i is as it should be. A different cost to the Government, a war supply of Top Yodels ,; 13789 Be sure to look over our complete fee of Masonite Prestwood. It is :'4 4I.

story might have been written if the above this necessary fuel. M lest cab.. .
e ideal (for floors walk and ceiling
had been practiced in the days precedingthe Another the 0
step along same directionhas S The G-E sealed-in-steel mechanism has long been famousfor
world war. been the passage of a Jaw putting all its unparalleled dependable performance at low cost.
Now new General Electric Refrigerator*-Monitor Top.
automobile manufacturers under rigid government Flatop and Jjftop-ose 40% less electrical current and 5 5
Read the ads in The Citizen. You control. This means that the have double ld producing capacity". I .5 5

will find that the merchant who advertisesalso building of automobiles will be subject to 5 Years Performance Protection for'only tl a year

carries the best selection and at lower army directions. Eighty per cent of the Anew General Electric costs you nothing for it more then South Honda Contracting & Engineering Co.

prices. The conclusion is obvious. By ad- automotive industries in Japan is owned pays for itself through iu Wyi gs. I
I II '
vrtising he obtains the greater share of by Americans. II I : Phcne 598 While and Eliza Streets

the business in his line consequently hasa Although such laws may cause international I .

better and larger assortment from whichto friction the Japanese shrewdly I THE KEY WEST ELECTRIC COMPANY : "Your home is 4 worthy of the best"

select and on account of the greater realize that by such measures they make ..

subsequent sales he can afford to sell at American capital j
alower.cbst. I j prepare Japan for war I :....................................................................:
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J tion of the Most Blessed Sacrament .

. MADE lm i 1 Church, 7 p. IB,
school: 8 a. m.

I- dY COKALIEITXOPSItl STANTON I II Sermons at 8 a. m. and 7 p. m.
Week-Day
.....4 taunt sow \Taaaa.' ** h. said abruptly -- --- Services
7ou
eocfc otter, ...* *m.JI Mfep k.v SPORTS Mass on Tuesday and Thursday
.eMftifet* I..... Tltt to ..... ettr- have been so Incredibly good to me.I ) LEY MEMORIAL M. E, FLEMING STREET METHODIST at'lL m.
.(_ &.(h naA..trptaae rfc .'or Afar.4Hxry Lard., am not worth 1C But, U yon would CHURCH. SOUTH 1 I CHURCH Litany and Sermon on Wednesday -
-7 care when all this Is settled to be
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M* prewucd ( 1 I at 7:30
heap lea took Ale. . ra.Wag leer* wUk a Wanda IU..... I Confessions: After the Wednesday
.>... k. ewe mach, k.t ..*.. ke ored. Cor. Georgia and Division Sts. I I Shuler Peele Paster
.amiot O dad Wanda fast t kaa A lam proposaL But the woman'i Church school at 9:45: a. m.,,: Church school meets at 9:45a. : evening service.
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old skis that aka /Au and
La.r re .......&e.....*. face became transfigured,aa she rose I .. .- ----- -- with Ed. R. Curry superintendent -> m. William N. Knowles sup
from her chair and came towards erintendent. The Wesley Fellowship BETHEL A. M. a:. CHURCH
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him. swaying slightly."Ob. CARDS ONLY ONE I DIAMONDBALL Morning worship at. 11 o'clock.; Bible Class meets in the pas- (Colored
Chapter 40 Rex my darling yon shall FOLLOWING\ Service." 1 tor's study. )
Subject: "Fitted for
Corner Division and
Thomas
Sts.
never regret it! she murmured as
REX'S PROMISE she fell into his arms GAME IN BACK OF MONDAY NIGHT Junior Epworth League meetsat i I! Morning Intermediate\ worship at 11 o'clock. H. R. Hill pastor
: I 4:00 m. Mrs. V. A. Archer Epworth League
p.
BELIEVE In yon Wanda said. THROUGH Sunday school: 9:30 a. m
3:30 Venda.
in 'l meets at p. m. Miss I
"1 know that you'd never let a .vOU have apparently been very .. charge. line Watkins superintendent. )Preaching, 11 a. m.
A foolish Laurie. said Alber;. In SUPPING GIANTSST. : Intermediate Epworth League I Junior A. C. E. League meet
man down. I'm a fool about i Mrs. S. J.. Young People's League meets
you I i (By JOVE) meets at 5:00 p. m. :
his London office the next morning (By JOVE) at 5:39 p. m.
r. It* no rood disguising' It. For as she came la as usual to do his I .......................$1I I On Monday night the Senior' Pierce ia charge. I at 7 p. m. :Miss:' Mary Felton Senior A. C. E. League meets

I you can do nothing wrong. Asp work.Yon have been seen with Rex I I League will play one game at Young People's Departmentmeets president. at 6:15 p. m.
LOUIS WINS TWO GAMES I Key West was well represent. :Miss Norms Evening worship service at 8:00
The newlyfonuetFiremen's at 7:00 m. I
told you before. I always think a Moore\ since you left him.The porterat ed in the State Diamondball Bayview Park. p. Evening service 8 p. m.
the Chelsea flat told had I wilf bats :th Yates president. j o'clock.
me you ten cross w
FROM BROOKLYN AND CHI Weekly Services
I
t bit of
tie tiny; you must belong to Tournament that recntly held
was service at 8:00( J acid-week prayer and Bible
been there alone with Moore the the fighting Bermuda boys. The Evening worship
,j..Perhaps a.bit no bigger than a other day. Surely you're not such a CAGO CUBS DEFEAT NEW I in Miami. Hollywood won' :the batteries will be Blondy Robert o'clock. Subject: "Following the| study Wednesday at 8 p. m. Tuesday,7 7:30 30 p. D1.1 choir Class.
Friday : rehearsal.
i>p of water In the PaciSc-bat fool as to think yoa can sue for a [ East Coast title then beat Win- and A. Castro for the Bermudaten Gleam." (A young peoples' mes-: Choir rehearsal Wednesday im- p. m.

.t that-! divorce from him and be seen with. YORK FOR SECOND TIME 1! ter Haven the team that won the and L. Castro and Gabriel for sage.) :: mediately following the mid-week

:it wa toocMsg. She showed her him at the same Ume" ,North Florida title. Hollywood the fire eaters. This game wii Prayer and praise service each> service. Mrs. P. B. Roberts, di-
"I didn't know he was there! then defeated the Tampa winner i 1 rector. SEVENTH DAT ADVENTIST
at 7:30 m.
oration of him with a simple I start at 8 p. m. Wednesday p.
Laurie answered. went to the Oat .f"|...1.. .. The rill.ra>> of the West Coast title. None Young people's choir practice CHURCH
(ho that tot him to a kind of fiery to fetch some hooks I had left be NEW YORK. Aug. 24.-The other than our friend Mickey each Thursday! at 7 p. m. Miss: i FIRST PRESBYTERIAN

ante. aad left his heart cold. It hind." Chicago Cub triumphed over the Ubieta played with the Hollywoodstars DIAMONDBALLGAMES Alice Jenks pianist. I CHURCH (Colored)
'is as If he mast do something to WeU. be more careful future.** in every game. He starred at Church choir practice each Fri Southard Street Between Thomas
Albery spoke aatrlly. His rating New York Giants by a score of 7 bat and in the field. He has won : J. C. Gekeler, Pastor and Emma Streets
}ase her to show that he was not day at 8 m. Mrs. J. Roland
jealousy never cave him any peace. to 4, cutting the New Yorker 'I hundreds of admirers with his SUNDAY p. i Corner of White and Washington I William Perkins PastorG.
crawly ungrateful as he seemed.H. Adams! pianist.
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"It alskt spoil everything. I am Just atd! to a single! game over their.1 playing and his pleasing disposi Streets Williams Missionary Leader

owed hr everything; his life finishing np this particular business nearest competitor, the St. Louis tion. The Hollywood ten is now FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday school meets at 1C a. Sabbath School (Saturday), 10
a eyesight. For the millionth Ume with Brazil and then and X will I
yon
in line to play for the southern II (By JOVE) m. A. C. Elgin superintendent.The o'clock.
repeated It to himself. II. knew ret away and get married sad kU' Ke The Cardinals clawed their title in Atlanta which will be There will be a doubleheader of Eaton Street, Between Duval and Adult Bible 'Class is taught Church services 11 o'clock in

way held sometime next week. If they I diamondball at the Army Barracks Simonton Streets by the pastor. the morning.Y. .

w f up to within one game of the are successful there which all 'tomorrow morning. In the firs( James S. Day, Pastor Morning worship at 11 o'clock. P. M. V. S. meeting, 5:30

league-leading. New York Giants cities are hoping they will then I'I'II 'I game the Service ten will tackle I Bible School at 9:45 .. m t Evening worship- 8 o'clock. o'clock p. m.

when they pinned a double defeat II they will go to Chicago and com-i ii I the Bayview Stars and the .Light Captain O. T. Pogue, superintendent. Prayer meeting every Wednesday

upon the Dodgers 6 to 1 and 11 pete in the world's diamondball : house ten in the second tilt. The Classes for everyone. CHURCH OF COD night at 7:30 p. m.

to i championship which will be play I! first game will start at 9 a. m. Morning worship at 11 o'clock. I 1106 Olivia Street

t 5.A 1 ed in that city during September. fThe pastor will speak on "The NEWMAN M. E. CHURCH
that started out Morning service at 11 o'clock.
game as! a
pitcrers battle between Lefty : Good luck. Mickey and all the I t,i TODAY'S GAMES\ Law of Exchange" or "God's Was Sunday school: 3:30 p. m. Colored)
Hollywood Stars.I (
Gomez and Jimmy Walkup 1 Hew: I i I I AWashington 'LEAGUE of. Doing Bnsiaess. Union Sunday night service, 7:15 A. T. McCaskill Pastor
The Training
in the thirteenth when Baptist o'clock.
up inning where Water Pickle was at Chicago-New- .meets at 7 o'clock. M. A. Moreno Recording Steward
blasted homo see Evangelistic service We.dnesI
Lou Gehrig a run I 1 Mrs. M.\ A. Moreno. Secretary
t. sold by the Service club to the som vs. Lyons. Evening worship at 8 o'clock.
with two on base to the Yankees day,7:15p.m.
give Administration bunch. Gene Rob- New York at St. LouisAllenvs. The pastor's son, Howard M. Day,,I Sunday school, 9:30 a. m.
a 6 to 3 victory over the St. ,i : Prayer and praise service, Friday service, 11 a. m.
Louis Browns. erts paid Manager Thrower of the : Cain. will speak at this service. His 7:30 p. m. Teachers' meet- Sunday o'clock.
7
; I Schoolboy Rowe Detroit's pitching i, Service club for that great pitcher Boston at Detroit-Grove vs. subject will be: "Beacon Lights." |I ing. Evening worship.

t ace, driven from the box on who has won only one game this I Ii Lawson. The choir will have special! num- a.......................
Tuesday, came back in rare form season. The amount of one stickof i Philadelphia at Cleveland- bers at both morning and evening ,| Lat MiMion
I I offered for his Martin vs. Stewart or Hudlin. services. Services Sundays, Tuesdays and
I and shutout the Boston Red Sox gum was services ,f : CLASSIFIEDCOLUMN
6 to 0. i I and there is a stipulation in ;'Thursdays, conducted by Rev.
1e CHURCH
The White Sox, early season of the contract that if he does not i NATIONAL LEAGUEChicago CONGREGATIONAL Charles E. Lazo.

the American League were tumbled prove satisfactory he will be returned -:i at New YorkCarleton William Street j Sunday school. 9:30 a. n>.
527
Thrower.I I vs. Parmelee.!
I out of first division for the to Manager I Pittsburgh at Boston-Weaver E. Richard Evans Pastor METHODIST EPISCOPAL .......................
lily + y' y 'First time this season, when Washington school 9:45 m. CHURCH SOUTH
I 'vs.! Frankhouse. Sunday : a. j FOR RENT
won its third straight victory The Bermuda bunch won the o'clock. t'
: St. Louis at Brooklyn-P. Dean Morning worship at 11
4 to 3 in ten innings. first game of the Senior Diamond- : Sermon text: "Jesus Loved Martha .{ "EL SALVADOR"
Benge. RE1I.'TMod.em
the Philadelphia baU.League.s new schedule: by de- TS. Corner Grinnell and Virginia CUNGALOW FOR
Ragged fielding by Cincinnati at PhiladelphiaTwo and Her Sister, and Lazarus. ,.
Wanda had seen the whole of the world. I Athletics together with feating the great Lopez clan. Streets conveniences and garages.
Endeavor 6:45 m.
Davis Christian
Nelson p.
Games- vs. ;
that she would not change even If England, and you certainly won'tcome I;timely: hitting by the Cleveland; Those boys won but they still have'a Derringer vs. Walters.Today's Evening worship 8 o'clock. I Rev. Guillermo Perez, Pastor Apply Valdes Bakery. aug8-lmo

te were to go blind again. back until Moore has startedfor : Indians, enabled the Tribe to win' lot to learn, especially in holding Sermon text: "Two Men Out Of (Services in Spanish)

He looked at her. sitting thereinher South America. The only thing 110 to 1 and even the series. 'I:'that ball and not throwing it ....................... A Multitude." Sunday school, 10 a. m. FURNISHED APARTMENT, mod-

soft Ivory crepe dress with the for yon to do is to disappear for a I Pittsburgh's fourth place Pirates around so much. We will see them i I Mid-week service, Wednesday Preaching 8 p. m. conveniences 628 White, or
priceless: old lace frills for sleeves. time. You're quite clever enough to 1 took the first game of the I'against the Firemen's team Mon- Birthdays evening at 8 o'clock. Mothers' Club meets Monday. ern Gaiti's Barber Shop.ang

and the rosy. cream pearls on her understand how dlmcult this Job Is : current series over the Boston! day night, and we will observe how 8p.01.
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white neck: with her long pale face. going to be and how carefully It Braves 7 to 5. I', they make out and find out just THE SALVATION ARMY Bible study and prayer service WANTED

powdered with faint golden; freckles: has to be done. I The summaries follow: I what kind of a club those fire- Rev. Dr. Samuel A. Eliot of I Wednesday, 8 p. m.

witli her smiling lips. and dark eyes "I do understand. 1 dont know NATIONAL LEAGUE eaters have. I know of a few of] Boston, retired Unitarian clergyman Captain Vernon W. Walker, Officer I A chance to bid on
gloving wltb'love. how you're going to do it!" blurted At New York R. II. E. their players, who are Gabriel Molina son of the late president of in Charge "LA TRINIDAD"Revs. WANTED- order. The

She was attractive enough In her out Laurie in a miserable voice. Chicago h__________._*..... 7 15 2 and Jesus which players have I Harvard born at Cambridge, I 1002 Fleming Street L. Oser and Montero your next printing augT

sophisticated elegance. She knew all "You can leave that to me. Do your New York ._........._......... 4 11 2 proved their mettle at night, but Mas' 78 ytars ago. Company meeting (Sunday Pastors Artman Press.
about life and men and how' to treat own bit my dear girt And that is Batteries: French and Hart- as to the rest of the club we will I school), 9:45 a. m. Duval and Angela Streets

them: and make them comfortable.i again.never"to see or speak to Moore nett, O'Dea; Castleman, Stout have to wait untli Monday night I Dr. Steadman V. Sanford. for- Holiness meeting. 11 a. m. t Sunday school, 3 p. m. PIANO TUNING

She had the charm of experience. She ; and Mancuso.At I for them to prove their worth.If mer president of the University Subject: "Conditions of Developing Service in Spanish, Friday, at Mo-
Later on. when he came back from PIANO TUNER Laureano
had Been the whole of the world. "
chancellor of the
of
Georgia now Spiritually. 7:30 ,
m.
: p.
lunch he told her a piece of news Excellent piano for sale
She was intelligent and artistic that caused her a fresh pang of Boston R. H. E. the American Legion goes State university- system born at Young People' Legion, 6:30p. CHURCH reno. 1018 Division street.

aad spent her money without ostentation aaxiety. Pittsburgh ____'_"_uu' 7 14 0 i through with their program to put Cdvington, Ga.. 64 ;years ago. m. Topic: "The SeparatedLife. SAINT PAUL'S cheap. jly25-lmo

or extravagance. She had no "1 lunched with Dagenbnry. He's Boston ......._.....____ 5 13 1 : boxing on its feet in this city once ." Corner Duval and Eaton Streets
glaring! faults. She was older than in a terrible stew over that boy of Batteries: Swift and Grace;' more then the young boys of Key Prof. Walter P. Eaton of Yale Salvation meeting, 8:00 p. m. Sunday; ROOMS

he. but not much. She was. in fact.. his. D'ycru remember Jimmy Dallas Cantwell and Mueller. 1 West will have a chance to prove i author born at Malden, MaM.. 57 Subject j : "Signposts." Morning Prayer, 6:45 a. m.

supremely a woman of the world. you met him at Fen Gretton? I asked I their ability with their fists with I years ago. Street service on Saturday nightat Mass (Communions), 7 a. m. "THE MUNRO"-Rooma unexcelled -
Out she was lust not the woman him over to amuse sister. the of Fleming and Du-
your First Game other boys in this state. All the corner Mass for the Church School, in price and location
for him. C:.nd that said everything.It There's evidently been a dust up In At Brooklyn R. H. E.St. .I business men who would like to Rev. Lewis S. Madge of Phila.. val streets, 8 o'clock. 9:30 a. m. running water. 128 N. E. 4th

was to his pity that she an-- the family. Jimmy is a bad lad. and Louis ......_......_....-.615 0 take up physical culture to improve Presbyterian Church official born Midweek service, Thursday 8 Mass of Thanksgiving, 11 a. m. street Miami Fla. jly26lmoxFOR

pealed. Against him she. was: defence- It's got to his father's ears that be'sbeeD Brooklyn _..-....-_..n....... 181 their bodies and minds may "in 67 p. m. Sermon
Prayer
New York. years ago. Evensong ,
..
'
Ies Her with chorus
lonely heart carrying on some
was reaching Batteries! : Heusser! and V. Davis go: out to the Legion hall and do 8 SALE
out to him as the only thing she girl up here. Of course to his father TRINITY PRESBYTERIAN Benediction. p. m.
; I think it is
Clark and Lopez. FO every night. a
asked of'lite. that means going straight to helL ; f Ruth Baker Pratt of New York. CHURCH Week Days HAND KNITTING YARNS at
splendid' idea. and also I would
He's so out-of-date In his ideas about born at Ware, Morning\ Prayer, 6:45 a. m.
did congresswoman
Well It matter! what becameof Second Game suggest that they prepare a junior lowest wholesale Prices. Worsteds -
,
him now? young people. Mass., 58 years ago. (Colored) Mass 7 a. m. Boueles, Shetlands, Scotch
Some At Brooklyn R. H. E. baseball club to play for the Florida 5:30
chorus girl! Laurie: was ten Evening Prayer, p. m.
St. Louis ..._._11 17 1 J State title. s! 717 Simonton Street Tweeds Saxony Sport Yarns,
rified. Could It be Glad! Glad. who A second Mass Wednesdays
had done with the on
HE emotional had been with him In a taxi that Brooklyn .-.,_-...-...--._ 5 10 1 Max Beerbohm famed English ; Rev. Alfred DeBarritt, Pastor 9 VeWleteena Bothers-400 Samples
a. m.
of life. Romance did not ex- writer, born 63 ago. I services at 11 m. and FREE. Yarns
years Divine a. Sunray
Batteries Ilallahan and De- i
t
1st. Love and human Sunday night;;.an4 had brazenly I lied : : This column predicts that Clark
passion were de about It? \ "V I lancey; Leonard, Reis and J. Taylor -I Griffith owner of the Washington ... i 8 p. m.Church. PENTECOSTAL MISSION (Dept. B), 349 Grand St., New
lusions. Laurie bad trembled In his ..................... 3:30
aug24-ltx
"Wket dtdVoK.think of school ct p. m. York City.
Jlmm1rasked Senators will Harris
fire
; e Bueky
had
arms clang to him had denied i
909 Olivia Street
8
Women's Auxiliary
Monday ,
Albery curiously at the end of the In History
with her lips that she loved him. as manager; Today
"I didn't much like him she said. Cincinnati at Philadelphia to be p. m.1 Wm. Skondeen, Pastor PRINTING-Quality Printing at
being whlle told the whole him that of she the did.rest: of her "But.of coarse. I oily saw him once.p ." played on later date. his season place., and name Buddy v Myers in ... ...................... Tuesday, 'Young People- at 4 p. Sunday morning worship. 11 the Lowest Prices.' The* Art

What mattered that? She had reonan,. I t'efteve'he's: a real 79-Pumilpeii"and Herculaneum m. Playtime. o'clock. man Press ang?
bad lot." AMEKicAN LEAGUE eruption of Mt. Tuesday. teaching of Sunday Sunday school for alL 3:30 p.
chosen. She was going to marry; Tommy Leughran former lightweight Italy destroyed by

Mark Albery. at once. She wanted Laurie was more perturbed than At Chicago R. II. E. Vesuvius. School Lesson 8 p. m. m. CORNER LOT with two houses.

money and post HOB. She was false ever.. What could she do? Whatevershe Washington __._.._..... 4 10 0 champion in a recent statement Friday. 8 p. m., experience of Sunday night evangelistic service Reasonable. 1209 Pearl street.

and hard and mercenary. She had said.Glad would go on lying.She Chicago --__-_______.........-. 38 1 I J ti< the press said that Max 1305-William Wallace Scotland's college students. 7:15 o'clock. aug20-6tx
was sure of that. Lying to her. It Baer is" much the better fighter;
: and
not only made a fool of him. but lowered Batteries: Hadley. Russell and Tuesday, 7:15 p. m., prayer
hurt her so much that It was a physI- than Joe Louis, but that he should patriot-hero executed.
CARDS 100
him In his own sight. Holbrook Tietje Wyatt and Sew- FIRST METHODIST CHURCH praise service. PERSONAL printed
; ,
cal pain. have given bis fists time to heaL
This woman gave him back his elL Friday, 7:15 p. m., fellowship cards, $1.25. The Artman
self-respect with her nattering eyes. Such pain that she felt nothIng. "- 1572-Massacre of St. Bladens- Corner Simonton and Eaton Sts meeting. Prey auj?

kr caressing words. Wanda Steele. her not In eves his disgust arms and when covered Albery her took face At St. Ixrais R. IL E. LEAGUE STANDINGSAMERICAN burg followed by English the'next burning John B. Culpepper, Jr., Pastor Saturday 2:30 p. m., boys and I

was asking nothing of him. Only with kisses. New York _".1 of Washington day. Church Sunday school open at girls' church. SECOND SHEETS-500 for 60c.

wanting to give him everything. Copyrirrl tISI. Coralti St. Louis _..._...,...311 1 10:00 a. m., under leadership of The Artman Press. ang7s
II. got up and walked to the window Stanton Batteries: Gomez Murphy and LEAGUE 1857-Beginning of financial Gerald Saunders general uper- CATHOLIC CHURCH I

with a curious Instinct. puttinga Club-- W. L. Pet. panic in U. S.-over 5.000.banb. intendent. Bath department!! meetsin
Laurie make Knott.
greater distance between them. a terrible discovery' Dickey; Walkup. Andrews. St. Mary's Star of the Sea
Monday.! Coffman and Heath. Detroit,___..__... 73 42 .635 and railroads failed within a year it.--U: biy01.. Rev. Wm. Reagan, S. J.,

New York _......._ 65 48 .575 Due to speculation and overcapi- Morning worship at 10:45 in charge

At Detroit R. II. E. I Clevelaad _........60 56 ..517Boston talization. o'clock. Subject: "The Winsome Order of service for this

JANE ADDAMS' 'WISH FULFILLEDIN Boston .__' -- 043. }_h_'_'" 60 57 .513 One." church: RUSSELL'SCIGAR :s
Detroit 6 11 0 Chicago _.... .....____ 57 55 .509 1927-Saceo-Vanxetti riot protests Epworth League meeting at Sunday'morning Mutes will be

I NEW HULL HOUSE PRESIDENT Batteries: Rhodes. Wilson and i PhiJac1e1pMa _._ SO 61 .450 in many parts.of Europe.eeeeeeee.eeee.eea.aeaa. 7:00 p. m. Miss Vanessa Collins!, said at 7 and 9:30 o'clock.

Ferrell; Rowe and Hayworth. Waahin ten' -. 50 CG .431 leader. Week-day Mass at 7 o'clock.

II St. Louis -. ... 42.r 12 .368 I Evening worship service at 8 Evening service at 7:30 o'clock,
STORE)
.. rlatrd PTTM) At Cleveland: R.- II. E. Today HoroscopeToday's o'clock. Subject: "How To Be Sunday and Fridays.

Philadelphia ::._._. ...._ 173 NATIONAL LEAGUE Happy After Yo Are Married. i i
WASHINGTON A... z.--s -,, Meeting shortly after Miss Addams ........ .............
l Cleveland ...' .._._.10 11 1 I Club- W. ,L. Pd.i I. .. Mid-week prayer and praise CHRISTIAN SCIENCE: SOCIETY -0---
Uction of A.... Miller Rich ask\ death on May 21: of this Batteries: Doyle and Richards.i New York ....-.....-. n 43 .629 I native will be a promising service o* Wednesday at 8:00 p.I

pretidcat of Hull House marked year trustees and residents of the I I Berry; Harder and Phillips. St. Louis ._..--L._.. 71 43 .623 i experimentalist, and an accomplished 327 Elizabeth Street Daily Baseball ReturnsBy

the fulfillment of the desire of unit decided unanimously that: I Chicago _......- 74 48 .607 t critic; and there will m.Choir rehearsal OB Friday evening Sunday school 9:30 a. m.

JaDe Ad
years'preu4 nt of the broker should be given the post'i ea social welfare subjects. Brooklyn ...._ 5-1 62 '..466e' I pro ably dissatisfied with Sawyer, organist; Gerald Saunders o'clock.
Chicago welfare [ Handled Add&aae. Crr* poiulene Philadelphia ...__. 51 66 .436 achievements. Mrch of this choir director. Wednesday evening service al -
Two Miss f."O.1 1 This story was told by Clarence -I Since going to Hull House 20'f Cincinnati __ 5i 6910 fits be avoided by schooling the 8 o'clock. COME IN AND GET THE

co-winner years of ago the Nobel E. Carter Washington social -i:''i years ago, she has served as direr.; Boston _.__...__ 32 B-1 .276 t' mind to contentment since there MIXED BIBLE CLASS Reading room in Society building RESULTS OF THE

prize in 1931 and the I worker and officer in the Hull tpr of young people's clubs rep; ckenld be a fair measure of 8ueI open Tuesdays and Fridays

zen of Chicago. lay ill in John House organization. Carter directed -:: resented Hull House at numerous The body of Poland' Marshal t I; cess.the Sam B. Finder; and W. P. Monti- from 3 to 5 o'clock. MAJOR BASEBALL
;
Hopkins Baltimore. the Jane Addams. memorial I t conferences and specialized in the Josef Pilsudski was buried in eino. Teacher LEAGUES0

She called hospital.her friends to her. fund\ drive. i't orientation of foreign born. cathedral attached to the reyalcastle II Names of Charleston county, S This class meets every Sunday SAINT PETER'5 CHURCH -
For she handled much ol f:. at Crocow. c. derived from three at the Harris School auditorial -
1\1\ rs. Rich was one. And to them A graduate of Oberlin college i years places are morning CIGARS CIGARETTES
she said that ia the event of herdeath Mrs. Rich did graduate work at Miss Addams correspondence. ,sources-English, Indian and pioneer at 10 o'clock. Men and '(Colored) I SOFT DRINKS
eke hoped that Mrs. Rich the University of Chicago the) Her husband. Kenneth F. Rich.f President and Mrs. Roosevelt t. Charlestonians.I women Dot connected with any Center Street, Between Fetfonia ,
in.tke Mor .have been invited to attend the other Bible Class sand regardless and Olivia ETe.w .
School of Civics and -
would be to the Chicago y
ehoa a. on I
leadership of the famous carry settlement I I.hilanthropy'and the New York trUt.'J'J seaquirentennial| celebration oi f j I : "Subscribe to The Citizen-20< of denominations are- Invited t'. Mass 8 a. m. I l

house. School of Social Work. For ;years,' couple Lincolnton, N. C. weekly. 'a eAd. Solemn Evensong and Benedict

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FOUR THE KEY \7EoT CITIZEN L'_ .: :_'-. __:- : :-:: _ J.I .


I '" ''' '' Half Million Hear Music At Ford Bowl [CONCERT SUNDAYJACKSONSfiUARE I YOUNG PEOPLE'SSERYICESUNDAY 1 I PALACE


;:;;: SOCIETY! :: : ?::: : I i 'Hughes-Jacqueline-i inNIGHT -{ Walls


._._.._....................'..................'....._.. I CARGO

Reunion Dance Dance Tonight At __ __- ..y' II I Rev. M. L. Smith pastor of the Comedy and Short Reel
o pl PROGRAM TO BE RENDERED
F T. Ley Memorial Church announces Matinee: 10-15c; Night 15-25*
Grand Success I:Ha6ana- dI1abanaMadrid UNDER DIRECTION OF that he will conduct a special service -I :
i'
: tomorrow evening at the

Big Summer Reunion Dance Club's Big -d.: TONY WELTERSThe church for the young people of NEW SHIPMENT OF

held last night at Cuban Club was Membership Dance will take place I the city.:
a grand success, according to the! the clubhouse Rev. Smith has selected a pub- SHOESBeautiful
committee of members from the tonight at corner Welters Cornet Band under ;ice that will be in harmony with
West High.Duval and Front streets at 10 the occasion, it is stated!'
Senior Class of Key the: direction of Tony Welters line of NEW
School which sponsored the event. o'clock. will present 10 numbers on its SHOES personally selected by
The affair was largely attended Management of this popular I Mr. Appelrouth who is now in
by school girls and boys and mem-j I)'night club have everything arranged program tomorrow afternoon I New York, have been received
bus of the younger set. A select] to make the evening an starting at 4:30 p. m.. weather. 1 / this week and are now on dis-

musical program was furnished by j enjoyable one for everyone at- permitting. The concert will be play. Come in and see them.

John Pritehard's Orchestra. tending. Music will be furnished,' given in Jackson Square. SCHOOL SHOES
An incident which caused quite by Del's Habana-Madrid Or- y The follows Boys' and Girls' School Shoes
a bit of excitement was the losing( chestra. America.( program : in all sizes and in all styles
1 w.tt
of the receipts of the dance by aj I March "The Union and materials are now being '
the class. However, Floyd Spencer, one of the guest,, Leader"-i offered at special prices to encourage
member of ;( Nick Brown arranged by Mackie\ early buying.
the
the situation was relieved when found and returned money. Beyer.
JUST UNPACKED New shipment -
-.- -- Waltz "Kittiewake"-Olivette J '
--- I Ladies' Sandals all

.... Myers.Fox Trot "Riptide"-Gus Kahn.!: the colors pair your at ....choice.... 95c

I :PERSONAL::MENTION:::::I Re March iment""Joyce's 71st New York BlanketyBlankBlank I SCHOOL DRESSES

__ _..-.....--------- ---a.- ...,a.u,*. Descriptive Boyer. I Our new School Frocks are
"The
Overture
f ywwwvwvv here in all the latest styles and
George f' Mr. n-d'Mrs. Raymond Maloney] I Rage In Ireland"] -E. Beyer I materials. Prepare for school
!arrived this morning from Taver- a-Come Back to Erin I opening by making early selections. -
.crnoon
: with relatives. b-Brien Borhoims I Large line of Boys'
nier for a stay
stay with : I -' 4 2, c- .: Mavaurneen: FORTY YANKS ON THE I School Pants Shirts and Suits.

-- d-The Rakes CRANK. No ENTIRE STOCK SUMMER
Mr. and f Mrs. Wilson Clear.c: who was of Mallow response I

and I rpending a few days in Miami with An audience of visitors from Cruiskeen LawnfKmal'Jl1Y from the motor 1 DRESSES REDUCED
ster all
parts of the world sits in rapt silence during the ONE-HALF
daily symphony
ster f her daughter. Mis.William train Usher tot at the Ford Bowl San Diego Exposition. 'Inset, the. -orchestra shellwith_ the San. Francisco Symphony concert X-Sally, Shilly Shally I Dingbustit! It's enough to f This is an unreserved clearance .
returned on the morning praying. ,

Mrs.West\ Webst for t.day. Illi'l} fMrs. jtF .-:' I /\NE,hundred and twenty symphony --the Ford Bowl.. h-To Around Ladies Eyes make anybody hot under I must as go all to make Summer room for Dresses new
'- I Basil Cameron directed the Seattle Boys the collar. Frocks that Mr. Appelrouth] is
sister. Mr. concerts by 'five During the Exposition: which I
leading I Symphony Orchestra for two i--The Harp That Once in from New York.
sending
Porter left F E.OaRigreturned! over I II Pacific coast orchestras and 14 i opened May 29. the San Diego weeks before 101.094 persons. The Through Tara's Hall I
for their the East Coast today from Troy, programs by one of America's 'Symphony Orchestra directed by 'season closes with the appearanceof Chinese Novelty { But Why .Let Your INFANTS' GOODS
Nino "Hong Kong"Gus
Ala. Alabama where she was spendinga Marcelli played to 63.442 per the San Francisco Symphony New showing Infants' Dresses
foremost choirs- the feastof < Guentzel. Batteries Low? .
comprise sons in two weeks
The Los An- Orchestra under Alfred Rula
vacation with her family. Hertz Creepers.and Toddlers]
I music offered at America's Ex-
geles 1
Philharmonic led by Henry August 9.23.Additional. Overture. "The Honor 1I0U"W.L.Ska 'Elij.CHARGED.
Mrs.\ A. position. San Diego. California by Svedrofsky. was heard by 8S.981 thousands are hearing I ; Keep I SPECIAL MONDAY

East Coast; I )If-! ,Roy.E. Smith who has story the Ford of Western Motor musical Company. The visitors. The Portland Symphony Walter Flandorf present two re March, "Our Director"-F. E. i New shipment! Striped Shirt
for f I ; been in Panama over a long period is being heard by hundreds progress of Orchestra Hoogstraten conducted by Willem van citals daily on the electronic organin Bigelow.] H 1 ings, Prints and Flowered
be the: I arrived yesterday coming thousands of played to 91.350. The the Bowl and Jose Manzansres We f Goods, Monday OfT
Exposition visitors Mormon Tabernacle Star Spangled] Banner-Key. carry the famous per
Choir 283 and his South American
and sister. by way of Havana Miami and as well as millions of listeners to mixed voices from Salt Lake City the patio of the Ford Exposition orchestrain PREST0LITEBATTERIES : yard ........._.. -.. OC
Dobson, U. I over the Florida East Coast Railway the nationwide broadcasts from was heard by 56.063 in a week. Building* FEARS DEFEAT Reductions for on Printed Klaxons

to Key 'Vest.I ---- _. : Monday.THE
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Fred WARE. Ohio.-Jack White-
noon for a Fred Lee who was employed in YOUNG DAY 'WILL I SPECIAL 1 AZORES PLANNING head. 83, a poorhouse inmate in Colonial Service Station l STORE --

Miami. I the bookkeeping department of the SERMONI! TO BUILD AIRPORT this city will try to persuade Huey 1 I 1 I t OF FASHIONCity's
bridge projects on the keys, arrived I' Lone not to run for President, Clarence Crusoe Prop.
Sister I yesterday and will return to his PREACH SUNDAY SUNDAY EVENING I .::: : fearing it would cost Roosevelt's] I PHONE 397 I i Leading Ladies' Store
: Inv A riatr I. APPELROUTHSureWe'll
Augusta of occupation when activities on the defeat. I
Azores Islands: Aug. i
Immaculate projects increase. .1
train for Rev. Howard M. Day son of the I Rev. J. B. Culpepper, Jr., pastor 21.-Construction will be begunon Lost for five years in the city's I .

for New !1 Cad Coles, purser with the P'I pastor of the First Baptist church of the First Methodist (Stone Fayal Island shortly of an air sewer system an earring has been
to Montreal I and O. S. S. company who was!: will fill: his father's pulpit on Sun-I. ) base a'i' one of the landing points returned to Mrs. Nicholas Weis- r"'I.lIIIIIIIII""IIII.
J enjoying his annual vacation with I It day evening according to an- Church states that he will preach on a new transatlantic service muller of Danville Ky. 1
I his family in Columbia.] S. C.. and : nouncement made. I tomorrow evening on the subjectof :,
Miss which, it is hoped will be openedin .
afternoon I visit to Hot Springs, returned over; Mr. Day is spending the last "Happiness After You Arc Mrs. D. T. Kinard of Ninety [ .
York where the East Coast yesterday. : few weeks of his summer vaca-I Married." I September.The Sir. S. c., recently received lierj I! J ) t jI '
famous Frcnch aviator Iofoulrot.
(
->- wedding ,
ring found
in
I tion with his parents here in Key a field t
tion of At the
one morning service the
J. Thomas Heflin was an ar-i We<,t.He. I who has been concerned ina after it had been missing for 35:; -
and aunt, rival the East Coast reverend will give his third talk number fo long distance record .
yester- years.PEARLMAN'S
over will shortly return to Stet-
Sawyer. day for the purpose of addressing: fon University where he expectsto ( on the women of the Bible. I attempts, carried out a preliminarysurvey I I& RepairThatCar _

the people of Key West on the ; graduate this coming term. Love, courtship and marriage i j I of the blands.i \ .
Mrs. E. : matter of federal housing loans. I Mr. I>ay. or as he is better will be explained in the evening _
neer Neff, rubject and Rev. Culpepper states I I Subscribe to The Citizen-20c Of Yours!
I known here in Key West. Mac
garet, and Miss Mabel-Vritt.; who was has many friends who will be gladof I that he will endeavor to make- it' weekly. Inc. if i .
,
day (' brief vacation in Mi- plain how to become happy aftcimarriage. '
rpending a this of
opportunity hearinghim. '
they will I SCHOOL GIRL SPECIAIPERMANENT PREPARE FOR SCHOOL II I
ami, was a returning passengerover .
which Miss the East; Coast yesterday I -on- After a hard Summer's grind roads
WAVESTwo on the ,
points in Fort Orange was built by the SALESATURDAY
with SPECIAL MEETINGAT Dutch about 1610 at Permanents CJCT W it probably needs our Skilled Repair Attention.
Miss Cleora] Far Roberts returned Sekondi one:I f\\ 1
then to on the Havana Special yester- I lof the old trading stations on the' for D3 UU AND MONDAY kj Drive in and have us go over the motor, fenders.

enter Women] day from Miami where she was CHURCH ROOM 1 1In !I I Guinea coast of west Africa. I. Richer Waves, $5.0O ; up School Come] Needs.to our We store are for more your :''ij body and so on .'. put it in "new" shape again! S

visiting for a week.with relativesand MRS. MILLER than prepared to take care ofyour I ALL MODELS REPAIRED-FAIREST RATES
friends.I' t denominational] and open to all Ocean View Apt. 1 Phone 574-J 1 requirements. S
Rev r who wish well to the young pcojple. SHOES ,sS PHONE S
was Mrs. Tracy Knowles.] daughters order to inspire and eneour- j : SHOES 725.

West as !i Misses Ethelyn and Dorothy and tge colored youth a special meeting -' ceived 30 cases in the of New 10 Shoes re- !I Trevor & Morris Inc. .
I past days- S
Reagan. S. xon. David arrived yesterday fora will be held in the Presbyterian Heavy Western Steer Moats for school wear sport and
Maureau. visit with relatives and friends. school] room next Wednesday -I'' WHITE BELT DAIRY dress. ,
I YOUNG HENS. Fat and Juicy Come and see.
St. Mary's OCCt.AJlfC"l'f' at 8 p. m.. when :young pea I ICE CREAM I Nice A special purchase! of Ladies' :vl Oldest Continuous; FORD Dealer
left MIFS Nellie Russell who was ple who have attended college POPSICLESSweet Fryers Sport and Dress Shoes
station in will]] relate their experiences, it is Genuine SPRING LAMB $2.95 to $3.50
,spending a vacation in the Cat- stated. II Milk, qt. ................._ 17c per pair _value_ on$1.98 Neat .I..1'I'.4T.lI..I'.I'I'.III. lTI.lII';;
skill Mountains of New York and Fancy Milk Fed Veal 'hm
Chocolate Milk, qt.--. 17c Ladies' Sport Oxfords,
Miss The meeting is interracial, non- II pair --- ---
of Dr., and !I in New York City returned yesterday Butter Milk, qt. ...........-.._ 17e ...._..... $1.50 to $1.75 $1.98
who was !I over the East Coast. I O'd!' Potatoes 10 Ibs ........ 15c Bermuda Meat MarketPhone Children's Oxfords, Ties :r.4TI"'IIII"'III"'II/

tion with MONROE THEATERClark Butter Ib ..__...___..._._.......? 26c 861-W Quick Service Pumps. Straps .... $1.25 up
Harper in I! CANCELS DEBTS I Nucoa, Ib .......................... 20c White at Virginia Street Boys' Oxfords .___.. .." $1.00 up
Gable-Constance Bennett
Boys'
Suits. Pants, Shirts t
the Havana HAV5RHILL.; Mass.-By the -in- Good Lack Oleo tb .._ 20c We are open Sunday Mornings -.... ..-.....-........ I

'Mr. and I will :of Dr. Frank H. Coffin, a AFTER OFFICE HOURS I Tiffs Cash Grocery Boys'variety Long sizes 8 Pants to 18.large at OLD PAPERS

and son, ] I dentist of this city the debts of Matinee: Balcony 10c; Orchestra 1101 Division St. Phone 29 only _______ $1.00 and $1.25Girls'
94
former cancelled.
patients
were
; 15-20c; Night: 1525cL..JFLORI ] Middies and Dresses.
spending a I
SOc, 69c. 89c and $1.00
and friends Big-Boys' Oxfords pair $1.98 .:......................................
chip Cuba I I HOLTSBERG'SMONDAY SALE ON DRESS. GOODS I I


ami Everett on I August Clearance I II X D. ARONOVITZ SALE One Extra case Special Fast. m.Monday Color ,Prints 8:30a. is I 1 1I I For SaleS

turned on DEPARTMENT STORE I I (specially bought for this
terday. I SALEAT DA.ws SEE WINDOW DISPLAYOne sale] ) ; also Printed Voiles I ........................

Girls and Misses classy School case of Fast Color Prints, and Klaxons, all at S
Mayor I -AT- Dresses of the bet- Q1 on sale yard .._ lOc one' price, per yard 12c I
in Miami 7\. ter kind at each .*00 81x99 Peperell Sheets regular (Be On Time-See Window) I
the removal Hub StoreRACK WASHINGTON $1.25. at .._..---__ $1.00 50 pieces new 25c Printed S Bundles for
... .
Everett R. B.a ws ml 5. Slew..h s :., : Boys' Washable School Pants, Pure Linen Table Cloths Voiles and Flagons 3 yards 5cIs

the East. n.w..d.,iird d ..' all sizes ci nn 45x45. at ..... _...._._ SOcGirls' for -.Wr.._d'_ SOc i
a.S... I.a..d -t:k-1- irkGARAGEOd..a from ..._ ....... -. UP 35c Imported Printed Broad- 25 in bundle
NO. 1 .
DRESSES School
Dresses 7 to
formerly ,
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.., ] sold at $1.98 Or Now showing complete line 14. on sale] _.__._. 98c cloth, 3 yards ...______ 59c
Best
THE to close out at .. ..... u CRACK 0m 3 7 ..ArkaJPYtAtES.sl.SD.J of SCHOOL SHOES. DRESS.ES. Boys' Longies, 8 to 16,' dark Good 81x90 81x90 Sheets Sheets____._$1.00 75x I S

NO. 2 2-PIECE I SHIRTS BLOUSES all I colors ..._....._... $1.00 White and Brown Cotton and
SUITS Eyelet] and Lace MAYFLOWER the leading makes at most I Boys' Polo Shirts, on sale SOc Long Cloth yard _.__ lOc I THE KEY WEST CITIZEN

Dresses, any of $1.491 I ,' 30o R.m.t reasonab'e prices. Parasols made of Silk Gloria, Good Pillow Cases I5<
them, _.... .. ,}t4f" a.i.1SImm regular $2.95 for __ $1.95 27 inch Diaper Cloth $1.25 !
; .. F-.If.akaYr 1 lot of Children's Sox to closeout I i
; RACK NO. 3-SILK DRESS I ::....... ..d. .L..d.....rl d..ft i" at per Girls' School Dresses with com- .
L ES. formerly sold at $3.95 .fir' i"w. ..+.d Im..R.d. fair ...______m.n. 10e plete] school kit to match, i .I'.I'.6'II'I.lII'I.lI.I"III" ;
and $4.95 on sale] (PI QO --; 4e GAIAGE.A.msRATES. sizes 3 to 6 and 7 to 14. on
now. only 3-L. /O .. StOO.dw11S Boys' Washable Suits, SftC, sale _+y.y_.._._....._ $1.98 --- -- -- ---
I all sizes each ... .. 'Best: grad Middy Blouses] on [ a

salea.... ._ ..,. 75c
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Lot *To. LADIES' ?-
SHOES, Just arrived: Largest shipment
leer I.i.r.iMh..5
odds and ends, to Jrk 1.1. $2.50 OH sale ......h_.._ $1.75 be
-close .
t'ilas. H. out pair .=:.= ,t Girls and Boys at popular Boys ,2-piece: Pajamas 8 to

A human,_ I ammmm iRATES.StCO.J.e I I price Every .Shoe; sold with 16, atf.....-._..........____. $1.00 bY
eHifert where you and Lot No.2-LADIES' guaranteed to wear. Beautiful Axmmster Rugs on

ter of great i not all!] sizes, to go $SlIOES.1 One lot of odds -and ends ofChildren's I I sale __. ,.. -*.__. $1.98 ACCEPTING IMITATIONS
at pair ., .._._ Dresses to close Fine Printed Voiles, on sale, "
A steel per yard ...__.._ 15c p to To ttt the poem) Davit LOON-Par Pint
out at e Sure
MADE IN BALTIMORE.
I. the 1P'! ..._.. _. 50c Good grade Pillow Cases I5c rnrn.un
SCALLOPED each
SHEETS 81x90 h Davis Alt[
Navy Blue] Silk Crepe for look for 100% Pure Paint hu'CIftca lbt a
Keerr Room no seam, no 1 School Skirts SOc "' '"" never i plicated. :::::'
felling Sad Shower Kan. starch ......._......... SSe I 50 just pieces the of material Fast
Ventilation I new School Dresses, for.. _.._._._ ... ,_ $1.00 %,1 all pare paint ,Law .od If th* only pint L.: --
Mailman SCALLOPED PILLOW CASES i>er yardContinuing. .. .. 15e Come and see the new Powder UQ that Curie a gunnte of parity!
trurtion to matsheets P.ff Muslin yard '.'__ 35c PAIN T -"'
lag Lamps. ...._............._._22 P I our SUMMER The G-'orified! Cotton with a ,,. look far this Guarantee on the Label --
Tic GEORGE WASHINGTON I CLEARANCE on LADIES' permanent finish, lastingly _..
74. n_... : : RAYON SPREADS.I'i toO I......." !.<.. .... s...... READY TO WEAR AND clear Sheer Liatless, wash ---sbsrmrrr..ww..Fmtwm..r.rLr__ amd.a, ms ards> .r -. i4 ......... W ssllhrwd... DteIefw wy.wAS
H 11__ BED Op..1. do. __ R.4.-d.me.......m. MILLINERY to make room for I without starch, iron while :
*. ll_... 81x10. all S1.15 .ever ml mum i..m..d..mm.IM I Fall Goods at drastic reduc- damp. This cloth is sold by THEHBDAVlSCa /VfntfaW i999 BALnMORENQ'
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iI G. C. ROBERTS Comer Carofee and William StreetsPXGE
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