The Key West citizen
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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 26, 1935
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
daily[ former <1908-1909>]
daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358017
oclc - 02701762
notis - ABZ6317
lccn - sn 83016244
System ID: UF00048666:00102
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Associated Service.Press -D&y. Wire Che Key W.' bu th.

Jatp Wcst ((tttcn
For 66 Year Devoted to the I t I most equaoie weather in the

Best Interests of Key West country; with an average

range of only 14* Fahrenheit

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'New Dealers' Assembling Data CLEVELAND( MAN New Measures



ACT ) FRAUD I Will Affect Millions Of

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III' 1"1' .JJJtr I. Hundreds of anecdotes testifying jqrs ranch and the place had
To .J
Prepare Fight Charge IRVIN REED CHARGED WITH to the wit and sharp observation : ( been overrun for days with!

TIRED' CLERK IN of Will Rogers have been re.! young blades. One of the dandies In Different Capacities

Made Against Organization SUPREME USING U. S. MAILS IN HIS vived. Fred Stone, the actor, one' had been felled by a niblick shot I II

SACRIFICE of Rogers':! oldest friends, could I [on the lawn, and when Rogers 1----- _
Of Tampering l ; have supplied many of them, but in that
j night he
..ed.... ,.... 'I gave his daughter
(By I' at i
talk about him
TAKEN TO OHIO he was unable to -a package.: Supposing it WORK PROJECTS ASK APPROVAL
With Constitution NOVISAD Yugoslavia i i device for the was some Survey Made Of Various
all.A j young man's comfort -
Aug. 26.-A few weeks ago few typical anecdotes are told 1I I the opened it. It was a dozen OF ERA TO END FERA '1 Classes In Connection

I Peter Schuma1er, factory Irvin Reed of Cleveland, Ohio, here: i I new golf clubs-drivers. ; PROJECT

By HERBERT PLUMMER J clerk, was fired. The daughter Rogers and Stepin Fetchit were| Rogers was a guest at a banquet! With
was arraigned Saturday afternoon Direct And Indirect
discussing Rogers' technique in the' I
WASHINGTON 26. before the United States Commissioner stage play "Ah Wilderness.
Aug. Merriam The latter jokingly CALLS FOR CONTINUANCE OF
the blue envelope t Fetchit said, in mild criticism:: i Aid As Planned

"New dealers' are not saying a t The young nan thereafter : on a charge of using thej:I J "Mr. Gawge M. Cohan he look next complained to him that could the young lady I SEWING ROOMS AT
not hear what
United States mails to defraud. twawd de alden; when he saline s OPERATIONS TO BE CONCLUDED -
spent of his lonesome ,! ) !
first, deal about!>> it publicly, but t J many I he was saying for Rogers' talk. i. KEY WEST
hours swimming in the He was placed under bond of fl-J I I" 'at Mi tub Roguhs. Rogers said: SEPTEMBER 5; TO RESUME By WILLIAM S. WHITE
they are going in earnest aboutth Counting The House Danube. One day a scream 000 and remanded to the county 1 J i "Well. I'll tell you, Step. In the "You'll Typical Comeback I WORK AS SOON AS WASHINGTON, Aug. 26The

task of amassing alitlDuDitiollfor from the swift channel warned jail John Henry !McPar- :'., legitimate racket every actor faces have to blame it on I lily Amvriatrd Pre..>
these people's ignorance. I asked FUNDS AR* AVAILABLE JACKSONVILLE Aug. 26. lives of those millions of ** .
him that girl was in j the audience once because he *ver>
a ,
use in 1936 to combat the issue I her who that .
land, United States deputy marshal man was next to her,
wants to count the house. I don'thave
danger. Fighting against the and the question' gone all around I Florida Works Progress Administration ..." Americans-laborer, farm
of tampering with the Constitution arrived over the East Coast j to bother. I'm on straight
current, Schumaker the table. ,
pushedher That's what's
i !salary' here" makingall I Work projects of the Florida today approvedand er, wbitesollar-worker-are
raised this: morning from Miami and will I the noise." going
against them. to a sandbank, where I A friend of Rogers had an Indian ,
There she was grasped by onlookers. this afternoon leave with Reed valet who was pressing trous- Rogers walked out of the pre- ERA are to be brought to an end I sent to Washington for to be affected in general' by
will be no dearth of material view of "The
in his custody. Reed is to be taken ers until his estate was settled, his head County and Chairman"shaking September 5, accord nig to instructions final review and allocation of about everything the late co..
for the of candidates when he mumbling ,
ue, on But expected to come into a r
Peter, too exhausted to the Northern District of Ohio lot of oil money. The friend told something likeIarveIOU8: ; ? received today by the local funds, the project calling fora gross did, but by some actions
the stump. Already printed material to make a few additional didn't think he could do it."
Rogers that the valet .1
for trial was Cherokee
f Asked what he district office from Conrad Van continuance of the FERA they are going to be
he said
on, the subject if being strokes, was caught by the I like Rogers (one-eighth). meant : intimately

current and drowned. The specific charge against "Oh. no." Rogers !said wryly. I "First time out of all the pic- Hyning. state administrator of the 1 sewing rooms at Key West. touched in a direct dollars' and
placed in their hands and more i i.i. isin the who Reed is that he sent worthless "If he was a broke Cherokee he'd j tures I ever niade with Step

Tfee girl was one checks through the mails to a buS i I of been to see me before now." (Fetchit), I ever was able to un- ERA. i Federal funds asked for: cents manner.
process of preparation around gave him that blue envelope. derstand what he said. If
company in Cleveland, using a. Bigger Clubs. I you I Lack of funds: was given by the I I the project are $24,339. Thirty millions of
almost ]
them in
I Amon G. take my advice you'll re-name
"new deal" Carter Texas
headquarters here. pub-
.lI.I'I"I'I" fictitious name, for the purchase j this picture 'Africa state administrator: as the reason<
I lisher and Speaks. ,
Rogers' friend told Sponsors to contribution form of human
every endcavor -
The senate committee on election of bus tickets. j j one about Rogers' discomfort in for shutting down all work projects -

of pemocratic senators in '36 tMYERMAMNGCOLLECTION He came to Key West early in the face of too muoi swank.I Stepin Fetchit who is referred i) now being handled through none. are designed to come under .

1935. He is married. Mrs Reed His daughter Mary was giving to in the above article was born I the ERA. In tarrying out the instruction the social

has broadcast a study of the ques- OF became a mother several days ago.I a house arty at the Rog-''' in Key West. j j'THOMPSON a large percentage of security measure-

tion made by its chairman-Jim They have been on the relief rolls 1---- -.. '.. ----- -- -- ---- the administrative and special COURT UPHOLDS under its old ago pensions and job

Ham" Lewis of Illinois.' FISH SPECIMENS of Monroe county. WPA 'project employes will be dropped I MAYOR insurance.
E. G. Allen, postoffice inspector PROJECT WILL FAMILYiNOW from the payrolls temporarily, at MALONEIN
: Another
It's Ban Done Before : came to Key West last week I least, until WPA projects get into I farms 30 millionstheje on
full swing, M. E. Gilfond, district -are involved in a special I It
The burden of Lewis' defenseof REPRESENTATIVE OF SHEDD immediately started his investigations TOMORROW\ \ IN director of the W?A, said this manner in the AAA amendments
the "new deal" and the Constitution secured sufficient evidenceto i I morning. t designed to cure anything that
AQUARIUM AT CHICAGO IS warrant the arrest of Reed.i t : might have been unconstitutional
is that those
acts of con-; RETURN SOON "The action we are taking does
Eventually the accused Inspector THIRD OF MANY RECEIVING in the
I not originate: with the local administration JUDGE PAUL BARNES RULES original act and thus toward
administration ACCOMPANIED BY FOUR AS. Allen a written confession -, I -
invalidated APPROVAL CALLS FOR EX. i i I or with me," Mr. Gil-j I. THAT off a possible death blow by
were by of his mideeds.MANY CITY'S CHIEF EXECUTIMS the
court to benefit
SOCIA1; S'Wean'goetttng'a fond said. "They are merely order: supreme pay
the court because of EXPECT TO LEAVE THERE ON I I
supreme PENDITURE OF $8.748 ments.
j From I headquarters which are bet ; HAS POWER AS RECENTLY -
their method of execution rathertr.mUW"o..the PIECES'REAL ink carried out." The Bargaining Law
.o -\ )'+ wetvsr rfcsnMitwtional "" number of approved The third \VCA project to.bft ; Before; September 5, the local .EXERCISE: ,_ "J .Other*IDiJwM, industrial labor

in their object. for Key West will get POLO, MATCHES DURING)I office of the WPA hope's to have era in the main, will be affectedcome
and to have ESTATE under way tomorrow morning it !: r
fine specimens expect received official notification of weal, come woe-by the
lIe cites and dates show t STAY IN THAT LOCALITY "
was announced today in the district -! the approval I of a number of projects Judge Paul D. Barnes, In circuit measure writing for this country
ing that during ttte Harding administration the usual number of fish andt'pecit'S WPA office, following r'e-: I that ;: a permanent industrial law
CHANGE HANDS so a large proportion of court of the Eleventh Judicial l I i j; to

'seven acts of con by net!: Monday. If we ceipt search at and noon statistics of approval of a reo'' .aswlsi. .. The diluent those persons being effected by Circuit: in and for Monroe countyin t'I govern the ceaseless bargaining
: : project.
gress which received the President' 1 I the order can be called back to ; between labor and employer
signature were declared' do, we will leave ,that afternoon," The work is for one year with i j (From Pan-Pacific Press Bureau,.work. Men will be put to work Miami, upheld the right of!j I I Again in such measures as the

unconstitutional by the collec- TRANSACTIONS MADE fan appropriation approved amounting ..-j J Honolulu Hawaii) I|I I just as rapidly as possible\ after Mayor Wm. n. Malone t* suspend tact which turned over an additional -
supreme said M.\ V. "Doc" Mayer, j
court. Under the Coolidge ad- DION. REPRESENTING R A1-1 to $8,748. HONOLULU Hawaii Aug. 26.I j I receiving approval of projects, Mr. Captain' Everett R. Rivals 11,750,000,000 to the gov-

ministration the same number! of tor for the Shedd Aquarium of Albert C. Manucy will super- -Mr. and Mrs. Norherg Thornp-j jG'-lfond I : added.Employable. from the Key West police force i|' eminent for lending to citizens
vise the project and nine rerOns' [ John N. and Marie Thompson
.on. -| I
acts his signature TY CONCERNS; OTHER I persons! who havenot when they can't make the .
carrying and denied payments
were the I
Chicago, to- The Citizen. have been employed from the relief :: of 1319 Djval street Key been called to work will betaken captain's appeal |' their
i homes the
invalidated by the court on composite -
supreme SALES PENDING rolls to out the work. West Florida expect to sail on for reinstatement
carry i
I care of under direct relief .
Lewis contends.Under I Accompanying Mr. Mayer are I I "average man" of whatever .*
President Hoover, Sen- the S. S. Mariposa, September 2, : after September 5. The order was issued by Judge i calling will have a positive

ator Lewis charges that three ad- i four of his associates with' the 'ANNOUNCE DEMISE ( on their way home after spending It is necessary that all persons Barnes Saturday afternoon, AuJtu ,stake that he can see with h'3
ministration acts carrying the aquarium who are well known toa During the past week Fred j! three weeks in this westernmost who expect or want employmentor .t 24, and a copy of the order re- eyes. In this measure, assuming:
the number of friends in Key West Dion, representing one of the larg- part of the American' Southland., help through the Florida ERA loans continue at the usual rate
policies of government were 'I II ceived yesterday by Mayor Ma-,
I During their'stay in Hawaii the
declared unconstitutional by the and are glad to get back for their est realty corporations in tie OF MRS. BRANDON! Florida visitors had an opportunity or WPA register with the U. S. lone. of about $3,000 each, some C80-;
ptate., has closed a number of | Employment Service which has its I 010 home owners stand to
supreme court. annual visit. They are: Lee !ales and has others pending. iI I to see a series of thrilling polo I local office in the building of the In hit! decision Judge Barnes I get

administration The court under to the is Roosevelt I Ayers, P. J. Lally, O. G. Smith For the Southern Land com-I I I I WAS FORMERLY WIFE OF matches: including a hard-fought.. Key West Administration. They cites the resolution of the city 1 help.Many other new laws having
date six.
___ .ofThe.. ':taa... i i contest between the Midwick also have
"-nd .n. pany Inc., a sale was made to ( must been checked by council of Key West introducedand something to do with the in
No Novelty! I visitors are spending theirda'light Jean Eddy of the house and lot I I i I REV. MARTIN, OLD TIME |I team of California_ and_.as ]local :i s..ri__U'_). .urvir.._:. ____ wnrlc.ra,._____._., miff.nun _..IAi___ I passed in July 1934, surrendI: the street but not so direct man !;.,

"This cry 'Oh, the Constitution at 1115 Margaret' street. KEY WEST PASTOR i; CII>D. in whiCh me i;auiornians ttional forms properly filled ore I I ering to the governor all legal 1 ,are typified by the banking bill
!' is not new," declares Lewis. hours securing specimens Mr. Dion returned yesterdayfrom t I, w"n by one goal 7 to 6. || No assignment of labor to WPA powers conferred on the officers' which centralized credit
"The attempt to make it an issue for the tanks on the aquarium car Miami where he consummated -: Announcement of the death of The Thompsons, who arrived in projects can be made unless the I of the city.; That said !' I man board with the a 12-
has no novelty." Nautilus which is spotted on the a deal whereby the house and ;lDirer'I. M. Brandon on August Honolulu on the Malolo August individual has registered with the was approved by the state leg !la-1 I in the driver's neat. The

As proof he cites the instance tracks of the Florida East Coast lot at 406 Eaton street was sold : 16 in Plant City, was received! to- 8. were guests at the Moano hotel : employment service office and I Ij I ture in May 1935. i board is expected to hold a t. 1.t

when President Polk on May 13, Railway, near the ferry slip. by James W. Hawkins! of Miami. I day by friends of the family in ct the Waikiki during their stay in j had a recent recheck by the social i That thereafter an act of 'grip on speculation pastime? ,
1846. issued his declaration to to Mrs. C. !I. Larranaga. of New Key West. territory. j jservire department of family his-, 1935 legislature vested the governor -'{sometime
The is dangerous quite as
car the one of its 1 :
congress for action with the respect ony York. ]! Mrs. Brandon was 81 years itory' and conditions. i iI with the right power and with the
to protection of American kind in use by aquariums which Ramon Lopez Ramonin. madea I, old any fK irfmarriafre] to Mr. LARGE NUMBER ON I This point was stressed this authority, in his discretion to remove -,anybody popular else. average man a*

rights in Mexico there was pub- secure their semi-tropical specimens deposit to bind the sale of the I I BrandoiltttistUw3: widow of Rev. ;I I morning. Since so few persons any officer of the city of Work Relief Bill

lished the following statement: from these waters, and has restaurant building and land now I Robert Martin--who. was. some. ( have registered with the employ Key West, and that all laws and I

"Upon the recommendation of all modern equipment for aeratingthe I occupied by the prospective years ago, pastor of the First fSUNDAYEXCURSION ment service, it will be difficult parts of laws in conflict therewith The $4.800,000,000 work relief

President James K. Polk, the con- water, and every modern fa- chaser, at 615 Duval street and pur-I Methodist Church. There are a,. I to handle the applicants if they II whether local, general or bill doesn't touch every ordinary

gress has just declared the exist- cility for the care of specimens, property in th!! rear number of homes in Key West, i I wait\ until the last minute to reg- social were repealed by tiia said man's life but, designed as it i. to
also excellent for Mr. Dion told The Citizen that I TWO HUNDRED AND SEVEN I i iJ< take Americans off relief it has a
ence of a state of war with Mexico living quarters which today have pictures of Rev. act
and made an appropriation for the collectors. I I he is now negotiating for the sale Martin. ARRIVE BESIDES REGULAR ter"I It further cited a law passed in pointed meaning for some 20,-

prosecution of the war. In criticizing of a number of other pieces of I Letters from Plant City are to T i I'I'I BORN I 1925, amending certain laws of 000,000 men, women and ch.-

that action the editor of MRS. F. JOHNSON realty and expects to be able to the effect that her neighbors are I i I TRAVEL IN 1919, vested the mayor with authority dren.But
the Intelligencer declared it to be announce them in a few days. deeply grieved over the death of for a good cause to suspend the act of congress that

'additional evidence of the feebleness jl one whom they termed "our be-'': Large numbers of excursionist I HOME OF GRIFFINS any officer of Key West more clearly than all others means

of the Constitution of the CITY I SLOW RECOVERY I I loved friend and grand old lady. continue to take advantage of the except members of the city counciL something tangible and real to
RETURNSJTO the citizens
United States, which already has I i 1 I nominal rates now in effect by the I the great social majority of U
become Florida East Coast Railway company The relator. Everett R. Rivas. security bill. Complicated -
comes in a conflict dead letter with whenever executive it f OF 1RS. BREWER BRITISH COLUMBIA HAS : with 207 arriving yesterday I f Mr. and Mrs. John Griffin announce contends that the power of the1} 'it nevertheless seeks to

power or a party purpose in con WILL SPiEND WINTER MONTHS NEW TRAINING PLANS morning from Miami and other. the birth of a daughteron mayor to suspend has been lost by :'give answer to age-old. economic

gresn/" HERE WITH HER PARENTS points. Saturday morning at their I reason of tae resolution of the city I questions.
"How familiar that Many friends of Mr. and Mrs.
," Lewis. sounds today Henry Brewer of Ishpiming, B. O, Aug. 26.-',i the number shown above, mostly The new arrival has boon given I de not so find." $20f a month and is good for
says "How ( ,
our critic go for the issue.far back How Mielu, will learn with regret that Forestry training camps. first Key Westers returning from vaca 1 I the name of June Ellaree. "Neither does the law empowering another 40 year of work. Beginning -

ancient.and how Mrs. Brewer is not making very cousin to American CCC-are, tions. Many of the excursionist the governor tp remove. J in 1937 John pays in to
trite it is I
Mrs. Francis Johnson and infant rapid recovery from injuries re- beginning to flourish in British j left yesterday afternoon. Others,POLICE NOTES WARN without cause all officers of thetcity the government one per cent of

daughter, Francine, accompanied ceived in an automobile accidentat I Columbia. Government sponsored -} remained to leave this afternoon. ] AUTOISTS IN GERMANY of Key West have effect on1 j his salary ;and an added one-ha

CUBA TRANSPORTSPASSENGERS I by her mother, Mrs. Jef- Vero Beach in May of this organized instruction in'I I j I the powers of the mayor to remove ,-1 per-'oent "every three years until

ferson II. Knight Sr.. and son, prospecting is in the offing. | for cause such officers. as'1! 'tlt. >aximum of three per cent '..rljf1'dt
year.The NEW: \ ARRIVAL AT R" A_..... Pyres) -
had had provided in the act. J( tU'thie time John's)
316 Harry; arrived here on the Havana Brewers a very The forestry plan was designedby f I NURNBERG, Germany. Aug. J'
Special yesterday from Detroit. delightful winter season in Key George S. Pearsan and 200 1{I "It i b my opinion that the boss pays the same amount on
Michigan. West and left in May to spend the youths already are in the field I 1!) BARBEES' HOME,i I lovely-Police summons poems remind instead abnentI of un-- statutes are not in conflict, but i John's salary. At. 63 John may

Mrs. Johnson is now making summer at their home in Michiganand under the guidance oT British: minded' is are cumulative, and that! the retire on a pension of $71.2:; a

Steamship Cuba, of the P. and her home in Detroit as Mr. John- Vermont. At Vero Beach I I Columbia forest rang rs. Additional -i| I forbidden drivers at particular that parking spots here.. or of the city has not been maY-I month.

O. S. S. company, sailed Saturday : son who is in the Coast Guard the car was in an accident and. camps have been projected has been "Politeness the best prived of the power to Take Richard Roe 55. who al: t>
afternoon for Havana with 185first Service is on recruiting duty Mrs. Brewer was seriously in-I I to care for youths between the Announcement madeof fc policy"say : 'the enactment .f Chapter, 17572 I gets $200 a month and figures 10
the birth of a daughter to Mr. the traffic police. of the acts of the legislature of! will be the end of tie
class ; the more years
4engers. 131 second there, she plans to spend I |{I ages of 21 and .25, who have Tour
and :Mrs.\ Macon Barbee at their hundred yards from here "
class!, three tons of freight: three winter months here with her par- Their letters however, indicate?:: lived 10 years in the province. 1935. which gives the governorright I road for him as a working man.
automobiles and 556 sacks of mail.' ents at the home, 1209 Washington they are looking forward to the'j'I Pearson is drafting a plan to:' home in Jacksonville on Wednes- men are at work on the road. the to remove officer of the Roe, paying in at the same rate
,;day of last week. The new arrival Please take eve r! is a warning ,
+ city, in his discretion. ho
Of I will get $3.50 month when
the 185 second class pas-: street. time when Mrs Brewer's physician -|divert a proportion of the recruits! a
| weighed six pounds. which antomobilisto
fengers there were 130 boy scouts Mrs. Knight and lIOn, Harry. l will give her permission to!into practical mining field work frequently Summed up in brief the court leave the office for the last Umc.
I ; II Mrs. Barbee was before mar- find on German roads. Just
who are on a sightseeing trip to : spent a stay of two months with i travel, and then they will return fond:i to obtain competent instrueI -j Miss Frances Sum- the past holds that the mayor still has the Pensions Start in 1942
riage Mary danger further notice
Cuba also point a po\ror and authority to remove officers Take Joseph Blank already beyond
and guests of the Cuban Mr. and Mrs. Johnson and i for another winter in Ke tors in placer mining to tutor "
government i vacationed in Windsor, Ontario. West j!I others )mesa, daughter of Rev. and lira "Thank you for taking care, has for cause and the gover-I. 65 and unable to work. In
George E. Summers. "worked wonders," the police say. n&r can: do so at his discretion. (Continced on Page Four)



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tP mt ttit t There Doesn't Seem to Be Much Question About the Recovery !

E:. 1. [Today's Birthdays
Published nails Except: Sunday By <
THE CITIZEN PI'BLIJHI! CO, INC.L. The latest news from Europe indicates &ti ff Anniversaries .a...... ...............

ALLEY P.. AI.ARTMA.N..... Rastaess PresMeatJOB that the effort of France and Great Britainto 1 1I
From The Citizen Building Muss :K-4m l: CORNEA ,dt ....eCeCSSe............. i U. S. Senator James Couzen
Corner Greene and Ann Streets prevent Italy from waging aggressive of Michigan, born at Chatham.Ont. .

warfare against Ethiopia has failed; The 1584-Franz lids, world-fa ., 63 years afro.;
Only. Dally, Newspaper In Key West and Monroe, mous Dutch painter born. Died
______ County. three-power conference adjourned withno Sept. 7, 1666.
Entered at Key \\ mt, Florida, as second class matter "ITHEKEY U. S. Senator Joseph T. Robinson .
.. .. FIFTY.IXTH YEAR concrete good having been accomplished ,... \ of Arkansas born at Lonoke
Mei.fcer .t the AsMCiatrd Pm Mussolini having completely refused O r 1743-Antome L. Lavoi ler.!1 Ark.. 63 years ago.
The Associated Press Is exclusively entitled to use ? famed French chemist. born.t _
for republication or all news dispatches credited to to be satisfied with partial military : \ Died May 6. 1791.1797Innokentii..
It or not otherwise credited in this paper and also I Dcnald IL Sawyer director of
_the local news published here. occupation and a grant of economic con- .nLu
I the Federal K nplo>mtnt ;;tablitation -
(>NAL EDITORIALASSOCIATION) ) trol over the Ethiopian country. the Church, of ffce,. born at Mt! puls ;ki'III .
)kNAJI ) This means that Italy will start her of Russia'! missionary to Alaska: '. 56 year:/ago.
/9.J5 from 1823 adviser to U. S. Government ; ,
I soldiers Mussolini v--
marching just as soon as when Alaska was taken I
al;as('K1PTIOM RATES- i thinks weather conditions will permit efficient I II over, born. Died March 31, 1879 Dr. JV obe-tR.Fl( ton. formerI
_, ,. '11.00 fof the'faJUOu..
One Tear i h 'a I Tuskegee Int
I -
Six Months :. ..' .n_.::. _' : :=::: .:::::::=== 5.00: military operations. For many monthshe I I, : ; 1 torn) ..
tute, in Amelia Co.'a.
Three Months ___________ 1.50 I J 1813 James L. the
One Month .. .. -.n_ 'h'' .86 has been gathering soldiers and !supplies E rj a5 Q(Y i Cabell. ; CS years ago.
Weekly :: : n.-: _.- ---- -- .20 1 pN iSouth's noted physician who had ,
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ADVERTISING for the campaign which he believes "
charge of of
RATES! the military hospitals ,
t August Hecksch of New York
Made known on application.- will bring glory to his rule. In Ethiopia I I the Confederacy; born in Nelson philanthropist, born in Germany,
thanks, resolutions of :: I Co., Va. Died near there. Ao?;.
All reading notices cards of the Emperor Haile Selassie and his barefooted i years ago.
respect obituary notices etc. will be charged for at 1 erg I 13, 1889. i87
the rate of 10 cents a line. I I soldiers are preparing to defend :
Notices for entertainments by churches from whicha Dr. Jerome C. I1un. ker. head
tetenu Is to be derived are 5 cents a line. their independence as best they can, aided I' 1820-James llarlan, U. S senator -I; of the aeronautical department at:
forum and invites discus. '
The Citizen Is
.,,16n l of public issues open and subjects of local general: I I considerably by the mountainous nature of SALES from lows secretary of the Ithe Massachusetts( In:titute of
Interest' but It will not publish anonymous communl- interior, born in Clark Co., 111.:I Technology born at Creston,
-all'lnlr: !, I I their country. I Died at Mount I'ifasant: Iowa.I Io"a19 years ago.
The League of Nations will meet earlyin I Oct. 5, 1899. t

IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST I I September to consider what it will do Lee De Forest of California inventor -
I .
1842 John C. I
I Bates soldier of the radio tube .born at
about the matter. With its al
I ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN prestige who attained the rank of lieuten i Council Bluffs, Iowa. 62 rears
ready severely shaken. by a failure to restrain I ant-general. l tarn in St. Charles ago.
Japan against China, officials of tho, :, Co. Mo Died in San Diego, Cat..
1. Water and Sewerage. Ftb. 4, 1919. f Znna Cale of Portage is., not
League realize that to allow one memberto
vd abhor, born there, 61 years
a 2. Bridges to complete Road to Mainlad. and another Et1 fyoaECS
wantonly despoil I, 1859; -Peter Roberts, Congregational -[ago.
m.ember marks the end of its influenceYet : : clergyman Y. M. C. A..i i -
+S born in Wales. Died at Mt. Vernon -! John Buchan (newly made Lord
Port. the League, without an efficient mili lN ER'ra fT. ? N Y., Dec. 2. 1912.: i I eedmuir). Britain's famed authnr .

4. Hotels and Apartments. tary enforcing agency of its own is power- L !I I and recently appointed goy
i Cracow an ancient city of 240- t'nE'Mll of Canada born
6. Bathing Pavilion. less to take definite restraining action. f'I nor- : in
000 inhabitants the Vistula,I I Scotland
on 60 years ago.
The future has
6. Airports-Land and Sea. possibilities, arising ; was Poland's coronation city for

7. Consolidation of County and City from Italy's invasion which may be fruit. 1! many years I Subscribe! to The Citizen..

Governments. ful inchanging the history of the world.In I .
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the first place, should Italy become in- I I-

volved in a long and trying military effort M ., II
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Trade in Key West and you will be Germany seize the occasion to ?ty. +aYt=n +o.y.yrs+ :Ktn t
.,. We will be have consult
I pleased to you ua
doing yourself an indirect favor.A make a definite move in Europe. This New f lister. I rlRF '-e.'r -.., ett

might precipitate another war on that con __ u. ..__ .. -- -___ __ _. __ __ I I how you canS
partisan a man who thinks those I tinent. Of almost as much concern to the

.who disagree with him are rogues. I great colonial powers, France and Britain, _

is the possibility of Italy's action stirringup WEST IN (l TOD Y'S WEATHER ] Build Buy, or

Colonel Lindbergh bought 120 copiesof serious, resentment among the colored DAYS GONE BY

: his wife's new book. Wonder if he will races of ,their own dominions. Happening Here Just 10 Years''I Temperatures !middle Mississippi Valley eastward,I I I Refinance Your Home

read them all? One possibility, somewhat alarmirg Ago Today As Taken From Highest .........,......... ............m.91 I 1!Charlotte and Hatteras, N. C.. and I
in its potentialities, is that Japan might The Files Of The Citizen Lowest .. .. 79 I| Norfolk, Va. 30.12 inches. Shows
The Ethiopian had better think twice I Mean ..:::::_::...:=::::::::::-::::::::.::::85 !: era and thunderstorms have occurred 1
seize the occasion to champion the rights repair modernize of
I or or any type
Mi3s Mamie Velasco, mere of Normal Mean ___ ..... .... ...SJ: : during the last 24 hour} in i
and! call the Negro brother if he expects of the colored races against white Italy. :
Mrs Ernest Roberts, and who is Rainfall Gulf coast districts from Galves- building on Insured creditThe

any _help_ from him. With a navy vastly! superior to that of the a pianist of world renown, is in Yesterday's Precipitation .0 Ins. I I ton eastward anti in the Florida I

Italians the Japanese would be in a posi- : Havana: at present directing the Normal Precipitation .... .15 Ins :I| peninsula, being heavy at Port i
musical program of a pageant en- .Thin. rrrard .....pr... :.-....r periodrBdluc '' .:ads, La., 1.72 inches Apalachicola :
People who are now wondering tion as effectively to interfere with the titled "The Wayfarer" for the .t h .*rlck. thin. m.rsil.... : Fla., 1.50 inches and Titus i I First National Bank of Key West

whether to buy stocks or not might take Italian campaign by controlling the seas Methodist training school of Can- Tomorrows Almanac vile! Fla.. 1.80 inches. There have
Sun rises ..._............... 6 06 a. m.: also been light showers in eastern '
our advice and hang onto the coin. East of Suez as the British could West of dler College, Havana. Miss Velasco"
6 51
Sun sets : m.
p. Colorado, Kansas and South Da
Under the
: several concerts in Key West Approved Mortgage
Suez with their Mediterranean fleet.If grave while a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Roberta Moon rises ...: ::::.:::: 4.51 a. m. !i kota. Temperatures are 'season-I'

Now is the accepted time to tell the Japan seizes such an opportunity, : and on one occasion accom-I Moon lets .. .,..... 6:02 p. m. I ab'e in most sections east of the

world that we abhor war. No more for- how could the European nations object I anted the Cuban National Band Tomorrow's Tides i'I;! Rockies. FEDERAL HOUSING{ ADMINISTRATION
when that organization heardin I A.M. PII. G S. KENNEDY,
eign entanglements; we have enough at when they* likewise, think Italy's war is concert in Ruth Hargrove was In- High _._.........._. 8:48 9:29 :'' Officer in Charges I I .

home. .8 unjustified? \ ittute.: Low .... .._............ 2:01 3:22 j ----- -- ---.
Barometer: a. m. today

Women had better look to their knit- TWO DAYS-115 NEEDLESS DEATHS Key At West a meeting Country last Club night it of was the Sea level, 29.94.WEATFI4h I ..............eS.....:.I.tIT'I'.I6"I"I.I'I...............eCCCCe.e....,....... ......"..,,. e***

ting. A man in Boston beat them at their FOPECAST
decided to call a general meetingof i iI
own game, though he arrived late for the Newspaper headlines show that littleif members and -rosp-ctive members !I
to be held in the chamber of I, (Till 8 p. m., Tuesday)
contest.If .
has been made in cutting
any progress Key West and Vicinity Partly Ii
commerce rooms Tuesday! evening : :
down America's horrible automobile accident :. There is to be a drive for cloudy tonight and Tuesday' FREE! FREE! I

we revert to the horse and buggyage toll-a toll that took 35,000 lives funds and a membership drive. At probably showers Tuesday; gentleto 'I C
to which President Roosevelt-referred last year. present there are 25 members and moderate variable wind, most- 1
the aim of the committee incharge Iv. southeast and south. .
sarcastically some time ago we will hear Over the single week-end of August is 200 charter members at Florida: Partly cloudy with .

once again the familiar "Thanks for the third and fourth< 115 peoeple were killedin $100. After the full membershipis rhowera Tuesday and in north por- i

buggy ride." automobile crashes. Thousands were completed, the fee will be increased tion tonight. Imported. English
to $200. Jacksonville to Florida! Strait .
injured seriously. Property damage ran and East Gulf: Moderate easterly :

In Key West one will find bolita play- to a vast total. And that week-end was There is very little interest be- : winds over extreme north portion

ing addicts in every station of life, from simply an average one-the same thing in? displayed in the election held and 1 gentle to moderate variable;i' 53-PIECE DINNER SET
today for trr3lees for the MonrolC wind, mostly southeast and south! I'! i
the highest to the lowestEen church
happens week after week. rtnt-* School Board and to' over south and central 1 portions! ;

people and officials sworn to obey the law The nation must take a more aggres- designate 'the millage to be aire -( weather partly overcast tonightand I t :

play the gam.e assiduously.Will sive stand than it ever has in pursuing and seds for'school: purpose!'. Up to Tuesday pc triUyl g i yers.WEATHER ; : (Worth $19.79)) .
3 o'clock there were but 32 vote

prosecuting reckless and incompetent cast anti it-ji, expect>(d>the total|I.; CONDITIONS"-* I" '1 '
'oI. '
Rogers deserves a wreath on account drivers, if innocent lives are to be saved. vote vr 11 not be love 73 when : Pressure continues Tf- moderately

of the uniform cleanness of the If the chance-taking motorist risked no 'th* polls! close at sundown.George ,; low off the middle Gulf coa .t.I I 1 Set will be given away this

things he said and the shows in which he to .I \ 5 : Port Fads La.i 29.82 inches, andover -_.
would be possible
neck but his own it
M, Lynch grand chancellor -: the upper Mississippi Valley. week to one of our S
was featured. He will be rememberedlong overlook him-but, under present conditions Kmht3 of Pythias of Flor- Duluth. Mian. 29.86 inches anda .,
after the other kind has been forgotten he menaces us all. ida, and l Mrs. L.-ncli; Pythian Sister i dfeturbance is. central this morning e >: =
arrived this morning and will over the lower St. Lawrence .
The drunken driver becomes more meet Thurrday evening with the Valley Father Point. Quebec. L' CM

A -- -old- Sara- II and more prevalent-and it is an unhappyfact three lodgei in Key West Theme 2963 inches; while a high pres- : .....SCCae...... S
three-year youngster of that few states have shown any real *tint; .mil be held in the Odd rnre area i"i: moving in over the :
sota, Florida has enrolled in the Town- Fellows Hell on Caroline street. far northwest. Kamloops British
send club of that city. Evidently the 3- success in punishing him. The speed demon At 9 o'clock a banquet will be Columbia. 30.28 inches and pressure Prices Slashed On
still rules a thousand highways. And the erved ill Baker's restauranat and is moderately high from the I I
year-old had no difficulty in qualifying drivers who cut corners, weave in and out 1 1ot' on Fr:.r'av' the visitors will beic'e I
as the intelligence of infants of that tender h of the local lodges on a Bedford City. Va. Mrs. Over
traffic, drive on the side of the I I I : PRESTWOOD
fishing excursion. i iI
age is about> the average infantile mentality street Is a sister of Mrs. II. IITjjlor. i I
road and pass on hills and curves continueto : of Coral Gables, and a i .
displayed by Townsendites."The There will be an important announcement niece of 'Gunru ,
and Judge Hugh ISCarey's
take their toll of life, prop
made at the regular' : __ I I This material is ideal for
most unkindest cut of all," h erty.Efforts luncheon of the Exchange CLob Editorial comment: Key West i
to educate motorists must be tomorrow in the Victoria Restate! is POOR to have a large pipe line.It .
the way South Florida views the.proposed it'>a-. raid: one of the club's off- will not be to Havana however i s STORM SHUTTERS t
cross-state ship canal, according to the vigorously pursued-the have unques- jeers today. A ;proposition mvoh-i but will be to the mainland and : : .

Key West Citizen. The "kindness" of the tionably produced\ results, and have kept I I big $100.000 is to b? diseased will be u ed to pipe water to the :

project probably is debatable, but no one the annual death list from becoming even I and it is expected: a record attendance Island: City. !IS ................ :! :
will b there. r
will deny proponents will have cut themselves greater than it is. And these efforts must i There are still;} rome excellent

a piece of cake if the appropriationgoes be backed up with modern adequate traffic -j I The Government Tug Baysprin buys Subdivision to be sound listings in Martello in this Tower is-; Roofing $1.40 per !roll and upI j !
through.-Miami News. codes that are enforced to the limit. In : with Troop 1, Soy Scouts, arrivedin
Daily rue> of The Citizen.: Lots are priced
this afternoon 3:15 oVUxk
the average state, traffic law enforcementis i port : from $1%OOO to $60,000 and are I
from ;t. Petersburg. Under eom-
Since The Citizen printed the story weak and inadequate-it spurs, rather i mtnd 'of Scoutmaster Charles .really the choicest of- the lands.I : ,

about the nudist who wish to establish than hinders the driver. I S:1ndhe troop 'W'lS'encam d BOW being offered in Key West
a dangerous
colony in Key West or its vicinity it has Every motorist should regard the war 1 boys for two had weeks an excellent at Clearwater.outing The and 'ays Frank handling H. the Ladd sales.of the company _-1 E South Florida Contracting. & Engineering Co. j

been suggested that they purchase Bamboo on the reckless and incompetent driver'as : returned ill first class condition.Mrs. .

key where the cuscuta umbellata weed a public duty, in which all should participate BENJAMIN LOPEZ : Phone 598 White and Eliza Street *

thrives and which key is said to be free I so far as they can. i' Will Overstreet. formerly FUNERAL HOME.
bliss Norma Havman: of Key West Serving Key West i "Your home is of the best"- !
from mosquitoes. But would the inland i be I who. with M r. Orcrstreet and the Half CeM.ry worthy .

long uninhabited by the dipterous insectsof Self-control is a great virtue but under -I children have been making their 24 He.r A_t>.Ia.e. SerrU. ..

the family Culicidae with such a feast 'I I some circumstances it can be a mean I returned home in to Sao the Paolo states Brazil and are!have now Licensed EsakalaserPkoa :....... ................. .. ."......,," ,..........9..........*.....tAG ..:
13 aN"
before them? I I "
spread _- vice. inciting Ur. Overatreet's home m .JI


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\AGE. ); TITRE ,

SERVICE GROUP I ;; ... ;................!EVERYTHING READY!f........................ i ............,,..............-.-.

Doings Around() The j CLASSIFIED I Today In
t I History

LOSES {IN GAMEWrTHBEERNNIT Golf links FOR BENEFIT GAME ...... ..............,..

I SPORTSDEAN !i COLUMN 1 1 i ii. 1"i B-First national pension
; (By GRAVY) TO BE PLAYED TOMORROW i.i .................,.,.,. : law passed by Continental Congress -
... ... .
't" t, LOST J
If happen to certain NIGHT AT BAYV1EW
BASEBALL ON you see a I
. 0. o'u .0. 0 ." laundryman today pr for that: PARK COLUMBIA BICYCLE. DisapI -i 1781-Founding of the Pueblo

SUNDAY' AFTERNOON AT j matter' anytime during the next I geared from driveway leading of Los Angeles, its full name being -

I NAVY FIELD TERMINATESBY i couple of weeks you probably will to railway station. Information 'El Pueblo d; Nestra Senora

BROTHERS 1 LEAGUE STANDINGSAMERICAN SOCIAL' LEAGUE {I not recognize him because of an (By JOVE) j!I leading n-wardeJ.to its recovery: : will) be la Rein de I los Angeles.'
SCORE; OF 13 TO 8 \ Everything is in readiness for I II Inform T. Osborne
if |expansive smile that refuses to be I Xottage, 506 Grinnell street
4 I i the benefit tomorrow 1883-Great of the
game night eruption
WIN TWO GAMES; t LEAGUE: PUTSONGAMFS a iped off. The gentleman in aug26-ltx''
volcano Krakatoa.
Ii I at Bayview Park between the i on an island
Jub- W. L. Pet. (By JOVE) I I IAt I question will be Johnny Jeboso- !between Sumatra and Java, one of
Detroit .._._ 7i 42 the Field crack diamondball teams of Key I FOR RENT :
CARDSLEADING .Cal J Navy yesterday phat Kirschenbaum. the ex-sum- the greatest blasts in recorded his-
; New York 66 50 .569 SERVICE CLUB WON IN FIRST afternoon the Wagner Beer nine]I mer pro of the local course. For West the Lopez Funeral Home I BUNGALOW !tory. _
'i Boston 62 58 ..517f defeated ten and the Busy Bee Bakers. RENT-3Iod-I
the Service baseball club ,
of who
f Cleveland ..._...._ 61 58 513 CONTEST BUT DROPPED? I I many years a couple guys A race will be held to determinethe I era conveniences and garages i 1884-Fim:: patent
CUBS DOWN GIANTS COUPLED __. by a 13 to 8 score. :are named Eddie and Melvin have 1 fastest player in Apply Valdes Eakcry. i on linotype
1 Chicago 59 56 .513 circling the I iaken out by its inventor Ottmar
WITH ST.. LOUIS' TWIN, Philadelphia 50 63 .442 FINAL FRACASBy Williams and Wickers pitcheda tired Kirsch as a practice guy but I, bares, and a contest will be stagedto I II I augSlmo'PIANO Mergenthaler of Baltimore.
Washington -- 50 G9 :420 a :game for five innings and yesterday Johnny took Doc Willie determine the player who can I
VICTORY SHOVES NEW I.St. Louis __._ 45 72 ..3S5f then Griffin relieved Williams for a partner and all told'Johnny I'I throw the ball the farthest.I I TUNING i
( JOVE) I was victorious by a wide margin. A prize will be given the club I
i i I
YORK INTO SECOND PLACE f and from that period on both I PIANO
NATIONAL' LEAGUE The Social League played two I He felt so good; today that he i is i that wins. Winners in the first I TUNER Laureano Mo
-- :I Club- W. U Pit games; of diamondball at the pitchers were bit hard. now smoking cigars. And old j"I two events will) be awarded cash! reno. Excellent piano for sale I

St. Louis _.,--:L. 74 43. .632 1 Army Barracks yesterday morn- The leaders. at bat were Wicket Kirsch had 89. which makes him I, prizes. 1 j i cheap. 1018 Division street RUSSELL'SCIGAR
(!Vswetal YORK< The CllUaNEW ) New York ._r _, 7H .627 I nig. Both well play M. Lopez anad Rodriguez, feel that he will soon be in the' The winner of the game will receive I ang26-lmox'':
Aug. .-The St. I Chicago: ..._ 75 49 ..605i games were with three hits each, and Brindel 79 class. Melvin had too many I I a 10-pound specially baked!: ROOMS
Louis Cardinal are now one half-i i! Pittsburgh ___ 68 55 .553 [ed. slices and Strunk had too many ,cake. I I I
who connected four out of
game in the National League lead. Brooklyn; __.._ 54 65 .545 In the opening contest the safely hooks while Willie came of with I t The contest which is for the :I "TIlE XIUXRO--Rooms
The Cardinals' double victory over Service outfit defeated the .Bay- five times up. Griffin hit ,three skin and keeps his benefit of local dia- unexcelled STOREo
!(I Cincinnati _u._ 52 70 .426 I one thereby Cyril Griffni. j I in price and location,
Brooklyn yesterday and the Giants' Philadelphia .,,._ .. 52 68 .433 I view Stars 1 to 0. out of four. record intact of having never lost. I I mondball and baseball player I running water. 128 N. E. 4th

lot* to Clliugo'put her there.' The Boston! _.._.._ 32 '87 .2C9 In the fifth inning Williamsgot In the field, Sweeting, Joe Na- 'whose wife wa buried last week ,': street. Miami Fla. au .6-lmox -o-
Card were pitched into the loop- on by a fielder's choice and I
varro, Jackie Cbrbonell and F. Samuel Harris. Esq., practiced : will get under way at 8:15 p. m.lose I I
lead Ly the. great Dean brothers.' neke and O'Dea; Schumacher went to third pn a wild throw by ell Saturday afternoon and then FOR SALE I Ii Baseball ReturnsBy
",)' l li hUY DAffy" .Pawl and"Di -;,i Moore, Stout and Mancuso. Martinez and scored on Ortega'ssingle Stickney played a good game. I went out and played 18 holes yes but that gentleman Vso! hasa j

zy" Jerorae. A crowd of almost i,r r --:...-- to right. Score by innings: R. II. E. terday with Cookie Mesa, Charlie big smile today ]I PRINTING-Quality Printing atj Wire
30,000 witnessed i the doubleheader At Philadelphia R II. E. In the field the stars were. Russell Wagner Beer-" Salas and Louis Cruick'shaslz.J After j the Lowest Prices. The Art-

which'was staged in Brooklyn. Cincinnati 10 12 1 Nodine and, P. White. 200 212 501-13 16 3 nine were played Cookie had,to Daddy Sawyer was feeling his''': man Press. aug7; -0-

\he.>moving up to top positionby Philadelphia ..... =--..____.12' 10 4 Score by innings: R. H. E. ServiceMMCQOO) '502- 8 11 6 quit because he said San?.{..w uld oats and told Bob Slower he j COME IN AND GET
the.Cardinal yesterday is practically -}r Batteries: Hollingsworth. Frey Stars ...... 000 000 0-0 4 5 lift his ball and more it*2t'yard could beat him with one hand. :!: CORNER LOT, with two houses.' THE
the same way she staged; !1 'I I Service 000 010 x-1 4 0 Batteries: Wickers and Joe Navarro When the RESULTS OF THE
and Erickson, Lombard!; Jorgens,! h" nearer the hole every time..,Says game was over Bob Tad Reasonable. 1209 Pearl street.
her terrific onrush of last year i Pezzullo. Bowman and Todd, Wil-!i|: Batteries: Tynes, C. Sands ana 'I ;r WiUia"! *,- Griffin and Sam: made a 160 because he.'count: beaten Berlin by 11 holes and Mr. j i ang20-6tx iI i MAJOR BASEBALL
to win the pennant and later the son. 'Martinez; Ortega: and Baker. Sweeting.. eJ same! but Sam admits he barely Sawyer now admits he needed j ji LEAGUES0
world's! series. Only this year, beat a 90. Charlie spent most'of }i that extra hand. Says he think: ,,I PERSONAL CARDS-100 printed:
the Cards have accomplished the!f AMERICAN In the second game the Lighthouse the day hunting; for his or Mr. Bob had Bobby Jones hid in his :!! cards, 125. The Artman- -
trick a month ahead of last sea-. First Game LEAGUE ten won from the Service TODAY'S GAMES Harris's ball and consequently got troll bag someplace and then when i]i I Press. mug7.. CIGARS, CIGARETTES,
eon. Dizzy's victory in the first boys 6 to 4.Stickney. I exercise than he wasn't SOFT DRINKS
At Chicago R. JI. E. more : bargained Daddy looking let Bobby I I I { ,
game is his twenty-second of the{! New York .,..._.. 331 i and Ortega did a good AMERICAN LEAGUE I for. shoot for Bob. '!OLD! PAPERS FOR SALE-TWO!!I ETCSTEAMSHIP
yesr. The doatle win made it Chicago _. 6 12 )o', at pitching. New York at Chicago-Two (,i bundles for 6c. The Citizen Of-; .
2j I
five straight games over the j Batteries: Allen and Dickey t At bat the leaders were Albury. Games-Gomez vs. Salveson; Des- Joseph Lopez took Norman Pious William almost beat a 40 five. oct6. ..,.
Dodgers and the Cardinals' ; : P. White and Pion. Powell andStanlt'y ''l t
eighth "Pirt-ce-Arrow" and'
out fora yesterday too but got excited .
Whitehead and Sewell. Tamulis .
: I hong or vs. Phelps. -
straight in their i hit for the circuit.In -- ---- --- -- -
present winning walkaround and came in with a let it slip away from him. He ,t
streak. I J the field Nodine. Baker, C. I Washington at St. Louis-- score of 5 up over Normie.: How- went around with Otto Kirch- .
The Cubs combined timely hitting Secnd Game Stickney and Roberts played LJnke vs. Cnffman or Knott. ever. Mr. Artman's boy ws he heiner, who. for the first time in'I' Co.
and free passes by Schumach-!, At Chicago R. II. E. well. Philadelphia at Detroit-Two need a lit-If more practice anelthen his. life beat 100 by making a ;i P
er to defeat the Giants 5 to 4 and' New York 6 11 1 Score by innings: R. II. l:. Games-Blaeholder vs. Crowder; he (Norman) will give Mt neat 98. And even Russell Kerr ;i & 0 UNITED STATES FASTMAIL

knock the New Yorkers out of :}> Chicago __, 172 Lighthouse 120 001 2-6 14 0 Dietrich vs. Bridges. Iipez. strokes was knocking 'em around, so he is '' ROUTES FOR
first place. The victory put the{?'! Batteries: Ruffing and Glenn; Service 010 830 0-4 8 1 Boston at Cleveland-Walberg happy, too. ;

Cubs ,back in the thick of three- !Kennedy and Sk ea. Batteries: C. Stickney and A. vs. Lee. I In the case of Mr. 5 & 10 Fripp I PORT TAMPA-HAVANA-WEST INDIES
team battle for the pennant being I Demeritt, F. Stickney; Ortega and VF. Chas. Hogeboom it seems that; It looks like the better the day. ; Effective Martb lota, 1935
only two games behind New York I First Cam. Baker. NATIONAL LEAGUE I Charlie took Doc Lund and gave the better the score. So maybe: Leave Key West for Havana Wednesdays and Saturdays,
and two and a half away from I*! At Cleveland R. II. E.J: Cincinnati at Brooklyn-Freitas { Delmar Butler to Fripp witfc) the j|some of you dubs better go out' 12:20: P. II.Leave .
St." Lo'sis. Chicago thereby defeated -: Boston _? 5 12 3''| Standing:; of the league: vs. Zachary. net result that the supper Doc' and play on Christmas day r.r:| Havana for Key West Thursdays and Mondays,
the Giants three'out' of Cleveland _._... 470.* Club- W. L. Pet. Pittsburgh; at New YorkBirkofer and Charlie ate the other night maybe on St. Patrick's day i Leave Key West for Port Tampa Thursdays and
four games and seven wins over I Batteries: Ostermueller and Lighthouse ........._.... 2 0 1.000 vs. Smith. had to be paid for by'themselves I' I II I{' days, 6:30 p. M.
New York in their last eight Ferrell; Hilderbrand and Phillips : Service _0.'.--.1 1 .500 St. Louis at Philadelphia anyway, so there was not muchuse Hagiography is that branch of] Tickets. Reservation and Information Ticket Off c. .Mon-I

clashes. Schumacher was in BrenzeL i Administration .._....0 1 .000 Walker vs. Walters. in playing for same. But some learning; which has the-saints and:1 Dock 'PLon 71
trouble throughout the game because .{Bayview Stars _._... 0 1 .000 I Only games scheluled body thought 5 & 10 was gonna,I,their worship for its object. :i J. H. COSTAR Aont.
of his wildness. Second Cam
Manager "Pie" Traynor's !sin- At Cleveland R. H. E. ._-
gle'with the bases loaded!drove in Boston. ..-811 1Clenland' DIAMONDBALLGAME 4

the run that gave the ,Pittsburgh _..._ 273
Fifties an 11-inning 6-5 triumphover Batteries: Welch and Ferrell; TONIGHT
the Boston Braves in the' L. Brown and BrenzeL I ii
recond of doubleheader i
game a ,
after the Bucs had won the opener -' First Game -fragranceanaJJavor
9 to 2. At St. Louis P. II. Eol j I (By JOVE) /
The Phillies rallied in the seventh Washington __ 2 12 i There will be a diamondball. ,
innnig to defeat Cincinnati St. Louis ____. 390 game tonight at Bayview Park.
12 to 10 in the final came of the Batteries: Whitehall and Holbrook -.! The Bermuda Bakery outfit
series A single by Pinch-Hitter: I ; Andrews and Hemsley. will play the Firemen's aggrega
tion. These clubs of the
AI Todd are I
with the bases full pro
vided the sinning margin. Second Game I j i Senior League. .
Scoring four runs in the fifth At St. Louis' R. II. E. |r The Bakery ten will be the
frame the Detroit Tigers took the Washington _........0.......... 690!i,"visiting" club and the Fire Eaters .v

first of a six-game aeries from the St. Louis -..._.0. .....0.... 791 the "home" team. There's only one place i in the world
L'ghts will at 7:30 o'clock
Batteries go
Philadelphia Athletics 6 to 3, as : Pettit and Holbrook;| I
Eden! Auker registered his thirteenth Walkup and Hemsley. ,|| sharp. where can. certain kinds of
_. I you get ,..
triumph of the r
on. E.I I
At Detrpit R. II. 1 I' Both men and women wore
Aided by Lou Gehrig's '
fourth homer. Charlie Burring twenty-and Philadelphia _-_-'_..- 380 their hair curled or frizzed with i aromatic. tobaccos that we use in % r

the New York Yankees defeatedthe Detroit ... ...........__._. 613 0 irons towards the end of the
White Sox._6 to I, in the sec- Batteries: Marcum and Richards second century. Chesterfield cigarettes-and that's t V
ond game of their doubleheader, ; Auker and Cochrane. .
after Chicago, with John Whitehead Turkey and Greece.
pitching three-hit ball had Stentor was one of the Greeks u .

taken the opener,'6"to 3. before Troy whose "stentorian" Gable-Constance Bennett Without adding se tobaccos to our 4
Tbe Boston Red Sox took both voice was as loud as that of 50men. -in- I i -

games of a twin biU from the Indtunswinning AFTER OFFICE HOURS t t own) mild ripe Southern leaf, Chesterfield -

the firs 5 to .a, on Matinee: Balcony, lOc Orchestra
a two-rjn rally in the njnth. inning Subscribe to The' .Citizen.' ..- -..20e_. ;, 15-20c. ; .Miflit: 15-25c would not be Chesterfield"
and the second 8 to 2. after weekly. .. .. 6
pounding out 17 hits. ; --'"'_. -- %. h" <. II
A four-run drive fell short and i mildness that smokers like
the Senators dropped the nightcap I
II .
of a series-opening; doubleheader I
with,Rogers Hom:by's surprising pleasing taste (lnd flavor
Browns 7 to 6. after losing': Take Chancesof i
the firs! game 3 to 2. that smokers like b'u

The summaries follow: ( zr .'P
First Gam j Food Spoilagewhen

At Brooklyn! R. H. E.J 1

St Louis w.o. ... ..... 10 12 2i]I
Brooklyn. .... .. 310 21 for as little as SEVEN ::; (
Batteries: J. Dean and IXIant t CENTS A DAY you can

r-y: Babich, Baker Leonard And I the protection\ that a Threading TurldA *e .'
J. Taj lor. Lopez. ;
I General Electric, Refrigerator 1/ tobacco on strings to ;: z a

gives' you. Food? are c in the to .;' r' ,
Second Game I hang sun A >, : ,;, v a a>
At Brooiln; R. II. E. | kept at a constantly ideal ripen.

St Louts .... ...... .. 6 11 II temperature. The refrigera- -:; '/
Brooklyn .. "U I 8 t'f{ Jor with the scaled-in-steel -: : } R ;
Batteries: P. Dean and Davi V .
Earn haw: Munjro and Lopez. 1 mechanism needs no atten- '" '
tion-not even oiling-and ;" ., 1 <.
: .,
First Game I carries a five year guarantee I .,,.. s:.
t3 : 1
;At Boston R. IL F. x>nits most vital part-the t r.x e 4' ti c
Pitt-burgh' -.._JL.-_...*..... 8 12 t I-lrt.aLLL2 IIICact.
Botr, ... 2 6
Batteries: Weaver and u. Padden 21; 2r.a a L-a s; t,t:.t= I
mlh Electric refrigeration is anecessity 2r ar.uaca.2c.ulna: ,54A' jf
Brandt and Spohrer i.ce 1 bores e..p
I and not a I luxury. t Lola d.u..u a fete.
SecoaJ Came It is Economical, Safe and :bx.a:' .Slwrwll 1 Isla .a<.:Ler e.l

At Boston R. II. E. Durable. Ask the.hundreds :ct,1'.p: f.beach I ?e, r
Pittsburgh .... ..... 613 3 1- S.iesea ........ ,
Bottn. .......... .. 5102 I of satisfied' users in Key 1.?4J'rl:;:' ::..':: I
West. wo. .i 1 n ... : .... Fc' '
BfcttrrirsLucas and Grace; Yt.i2': ;
Macfadrn.: Betts, and Spohrer.At i.e.tbsa-2:6se of Seel t. \sr ....

New York R.ji. E. -p':
Chicago ..._.. ......_......... 6 8 1 TheM Key West Electric Company ;\,:;

New York ..-._..-_... 4 11 1 ,
Batteries: Lee French .
War- 'W"WFr' P13e!" ? '"
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I OEAJXRM JD I Iar1l0r31. oeeeaeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeaeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeceeeeeeeeeeeeee.ee.ee.eeeee.PERSONAL MENTIONMrs. I NEW PASSED MEASURES BY CONGRESS CHAS. ARONOVITZ

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.t t.e,,". w r. "MT1'"PJJ.rl trousers ana snrrc There was BO reeognltlon Rosalind Palmer left over I ------------------------1. I (Continued from Page One)

:- : : ;rwt.*...(.a. OB his face."Mr. eaeaaaaaaaee.eaeeeeeeeeeeeeeaaaaaaeaeeeaeaaeaEnjoyable I the East Coast Saturday after- :spending several weeks with relatives Joe's case he can't pay a payrolltax I

.....:'tk.Carter off *11_..irkoLaerl. & Dallas 1 want to speak to you Birthday Party Given noon for Homestead for a short in Miami returned yester.i: so there is a special system 1 1 i Charles Aronovitz, manager of
torts Res ........cr..d.. for[ a few minutes" Laurie said visit with friends. day. for his class the government paying :

.114.,..,.ta t.a worry huff aaa...... Now*ed Wnmfa t..H. brea.thleuI1.J am Mrs Rex Moore' Macdonald I $15 a month and the states:t the D. Aronovitz department

3..r. that Her yo...iwr Niter I met you at Fen Grettoa a little' Honoring Betty Joy : Miss Heen Williams head of Sam McClintock and grandson expected to match it. Thus Joe store, left yesterday afternoon
Ola tk**Jimmy*, danror.Dallas Ar.ast.g.r..dc and kal Miorrf while ag&" { I _- the housing department of George Lone, who were vacationing I gets $30 a month. I for hU annual visit to northern
Da, ..r,. J... "Please In!" be Invited with afternoon FERA'I, I The sort of that Doe'I market
come Teresa E. left Saturday
t. .*.od .. make a ,.a Oboiisttt4'Cbapter A birthday party was given Knowles. Bobby with relatives in Islamorada,I I pension I Ii
Us provoking faun-like smile."This Little Betty Joy Macdonald Fri! Knowles, Jr., Audey Louise Rob- East Coast for Miami and other ,I returned,yesterday. j jI land Roe will get won't :start until lie is to stop for a brief visit

41 la rather puzzling. 1 can't quite reo' day'at her home in Hunt's Lane points to ,spend a vacation of two i 1942. Blank's help is due as soon; with his mother who recntly: underwent -
erson, Rose Marie Archer, William I I
member- l j weeks. I his state to 5050I a major surgical opera
celebrating her third birthday an I: as agrees go
DECEITtrHEWalUI "I am also Mr. Albery'a secretary**. niversary. The boys' prize was Robert Archer, Eugene Sweeting,II 'I Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Whit-I,I I with Uncle Sam. Unemployment. tion and is now in Miami recup-
marsh who in Jacksonvillefor ,
act:to buFtUl( she added as he rather uD.Ullngl7j.ho.ed Cynthia Perez Charlie Perez, were I insurance can't be forecast I crating after which he will
\ ( got t> : ) won by Jonny Cerezo, and the' Miss Ophelia Bufford, who was : two weeks with relatives and I I so precisely pro-
her Into his ultra-modern
''f lint Laurle'i anxious tainY was living room which was perfectly girls' prize was won by Bevely I' Mary Elizabeth Knowles, Jo Ann 1 the guest for several'days of Rev.I friends!, returned on the morning i I because it depends largely I ceed to New York and other busiI -

suddenly lllnmined by ..mmory. hideous In her eyes. "My sister and Gibson. I Knowles, Vernon Baker Eugene I Ii and Mrs. J. B. Culpepper at the f train yesterday. 1 ion what the states do. The gov-I ness centers.:
which put the finishing toytbto! her Galey Baker : ernment is levying a payroll tax.I Mr. Aronovitz will spend about
I'were spending the week end." Those present were: i Diane Dickens, Betty Lou parsonage on Simonton street i iIrs. .
misery. "Oh. !" His light voice was Sweeting Betty Ann Canova,'i, Caring. II left Saturday afternoon for her :I running to three per cent in 1938, four weeks selecting the best to
yes I
) Iris Duckett in
That odious anonymous i letter had vague. "Is there anything I can do Herman Crezo Joyce Gibson, Rose Belle Smith, Albertico home in Jacksonville. tram Miami came to join yesterday her- '.ito I encourage the states to set up J'be had in fall and winter wear for

MM that Gladys was goUg\ about for you Mrs. Moore \ Jonny Cerezo, Bevely Gibson, Atwell, Betty Macdonald, Helen I''daughters. Misses Iris Marie and I unemployment reserves. I' men and women and will, have, the

with a "swell young man." and go "There Is." She faced him. looking Robert Cruz, Jr.. Dora Louise Macdonald, Carolyn Suarez. Isabel Mrs. Gabriel Lowe and R'v-I I The courts, as well as congress, most select :stock' for the seasonal
I I I Cecilia who have been here
ing to his rooms at night That wouldfit straight Into his eyes so alluring to Hopper, Lorraine Nottage, Kermit I Johnson. Ruth Rose Gibson, Gabriel Lowe. Jr., who were visit-l' eral days with relatives and I directly touched the ordinary trade ever carried by the store. he

young Dallas. most women. "Mr. Dallas, you have Sweeting Hilda Alvarez. Shir- Clara Belle Cerezo, Nathalie Saw- ing in Key West with her I' friends citizen while house and senate I said.

And-another flash of memory teen meeting my sister secretly. I ley May Albury Jo Ann Bethel, in-law and sister Mr. brother-I were in session The Frazier-i

the first time Laurie had spoken to want to ask yon not to do It any Faye Elizabeth Bervaldi Sophie I yer.Mesdames Louis Macdonald, Edwin Roberts, and Lemke bill giving a five-year A bantam hen drove a quail

her about the gold clgaret case. Glad more." Charlotte Roberts. Louise Baker Charles Lunn, Faye I II I tives, left Saturday to I Eric Curry was an arrival yesterday moratorium against farm fore-.1 hen off her nest near Kinston N.

had Aid the young man's name was TToar: sister Mrs. Moore? There Sylvia Baker. James Baker, Dickens Paul Gibson Mable I Lowe in Miami and motor to their I for a short visit with Mrs. closure: ; the NRA designed to C., and is now mothering five
; Smith. And later on she had I Curry who is visiting relatives in baby quail.
Jimmy i must be some mistake. Jimmy was Madge Key, Colleen Lunn. Gene Suarez, Louis Carey Mary Cruz home in Tampa. Mrs Lowe. was I raise wages of millions of workers -

,aald that the young man of the evidently prepared. Carey Glenwood Carey, Charles i Charles Wells, William Knowles. before marriage Miss Ruth Can-(I Key West and returned in the I I and the railroad pension plan.,
anonymous letter was the same one. "No. Mr. Dallas. I saw yon with afternoon to the home in Miami., Subscribe to The Citizen.
Wells. Jack Wells. Joe C. Faulk, Murray Gibson, Miriam, Albury, field. affecting 1000000. went out all
neD It must be Jimmy Dallas! It Gladys In a taxi In Piccadilly Circuson Jr.. Robert Archer, Carl Ray Charlie Albury, Leroy Roberts, !I I held unconstitutional. A new i
bad been all the time. And now people Sunday night a week ago. My Shirley Curry, Lorraine I Jerome Nottage. Franklin Archer.I II Ex-United States Senator J. B. L. Grooms, Jr.. left over the railroad nension was adopted this I I PALACELloyd
.were saying that he was carry- sister denied It but I saw you and I I Curry, Thomas Heflin, who was in Key East Coast yesterday afternoon I session. I
Macdonald. Mark ,
log on with a chorus girL fits father Iknow that abe writes to yon. And Curry, Paul Gibson. Jr., Roy Ed- I George 1\Iac-1 West to deliver an address on the for Tavernier where he will be I :I Hughes-Jacqueline Wells
that met her first in Manchesterand win Rogers Rose Marie AtwelL j I I donald, Charlie Baker
had heard It. He would make enquiries. you federal housing administration, the guest for several days of -inNIGHT -
and Glad's name would be Liverpool and have given her Bobbie Ann Albury, Kathrine Hoffer Joe C. Faulk, Raymond '' i Mrs. Sikes' brother-in-law and CARGO AI
Julius Collins Jr.
dragged In the mud. expensive presents My sister 'will May Russell Mary Roberts, Mary I i l Baker, Phillip Baker. II IIl left Saturday afternoon I sister, Mr. and Mrs. Frank P.
[ ami. aMiss l\U-j''I Comedy and Short Reel
It was Intolerable. deny everything I know. I suppose ...---------.,.,. --- --- Hal Tannenbaum of Miami I Baron. I
Gladys was still away. The troupe you have told her to. But I want to I Matinees 10-I5c; Nights I5-2Sc
had further aged than Guild- ask yon-are you going to ask: her Anna WhitmarsK. who was ,, Beach, arrived on the morning
gone Mrs.
Musical ToBe Given Wilbur Johnson and chil- !
Program pending a while in Key West with train yesterday: for a stay of one "J.ek.catnle'. IR.di.. il.tel"THE
to ? And. If will I
to not
ford. Next week they were going marry yon yon dren, Wilbur Jr., Fannie Mae
leave her alone?" II relatives, left Saturday afternoon week with his study-mate at Florida ,I SEMINOLE
rest but the following week they
At Stone Church Tuesday Night "hi Jacksonville. I I Howard, Willard Roy and Clyde
for her home
were booked up again and there was "I am sorry said Jimmy DallasIn Sidney ,' II
Wayne left over the East Coast
DO chance of seeing Glad. his cool derisive voice but really ---.I in the family quarters at the Marine I A.

And then came the climax. I don't quite understand!" The ladies of the First Meth- 'Reading' Miss Martha Kee Cul- Raymond Higgs was a returningpassenger1 i'i Hospital reservation. I about yesterday three afternoon weeks with to relative:spend
1 r the1 East Coast
Unable to put her mind to any. !f over -
edist (Stone) Church have ar-,pepper:
in fs.s
Miami FprpA ,
thing. wanting nothing to eat LAURIE'S passionate earnestness ranged an excellent musical program Vocal solo MV-s, Paul Archer. yesterday morninjr from Miami J. R. Click, of the federal housing -I

Laurie walked about the little flat moved a heart of to be rendered in the church, Reading Mrs. L. M. Smith. and other points in the state. !I administration. was in .1 F .,
Mr. and Mrs. L. V. Waldron,
like a caged animal. stone. as she pleaded:
at Vocal solo Edmund Curry. West for short business
tomorrow evening, beginning II l i Key a
She tiled to divert her thoughts "Don't play with me! Don't lie to Mrs. Charles Curry and f'On.1 Mrs Charles Archer and two
8 o'clock. Trio, Mrs. Robt. Dopp, Misses visit left yesterday afternoon for
That armchair coyer was getting me! You must understand. Do yon Buddy who were guests in Miami :: children, who were in Key Wes 1:
The follows Clara Yates and Alee Curry. I Miami.\ tf
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very shabby. She must make a new mean to tell me that you have never program of Mrs. Curry's brother-in-law ,,, enjoying a vacation as guests ol -
Vocal Rev. John B. Cul-
Mrs Joseph Sawyer. -
one. She examined the cover and met my sister since we were at Fen Overture. and sister Mr. and Mr. Frank Mrs Waldron's parents. Captainand
then began to pull It off. It was faded Gretton weeks ago?" Prayer, Rev. John B. Culpepper. pepper, Jr.Reading.. I Baron returned over the East 1 1 i I I Mrs Ray Navarro and sister.I Mrs. Charles Archer left yesterday I.I J.ek.eallM.. FlvrMa
Jr. Miss Elizabeth Rosam. :1: Miss Marietta left I less: B. .ni\BR. MasaaeeA
and beginning to tear at the arms Jimmy Dallas had to make a nimble Coast yesterday. Siiviera yes'iterday afternoon for the home i ir I human, home-like Institution
not worth mending.A decision. He was decidedly un Reading, Mrs. Katie Eldridge. Vocal solo, Mrs. Minnie afternoon for a vacation Deerfield. where you will find peer ...l.MaalriBt

little handkerchief rolled up In easy. This young woman was a 'Vocal solo. Miss Edith Wil- son. RObin-I Fred Dion,-who was in Miami,:. period in Jacksonville and other I ,I tor of.rt crest.... importance.o rmtrrtmtmmtrmt, a mat-

a ball was between the seat and the nuisance. He had known she was a liams. Reading, Mrs. Alec Curry.Anthem connected with realty points in the state. -- --
back of the chair. Gladys, no doubt puritanical school marm from the be- Violin solo, Mrs. Robt. Dopp. First M. E. Church: on matters in Key West, returned |I't I -. KEY WESTCOLONIAL A sleet fire. ...., kvlUlac sealed
She was terribly untidy and forget. ginning. And after all the trouble Reading, Miss Betty Ruth Choir. i !. the fce.r. .( tae city
yesterday. I I Mrs. George Sikes and children I i
faU they had taken she had evidently Chastain. Violin solo, Mrs. L. M. Smith. ,, Bobby and Marina left yesterday HOTEL -0-
It crackled.as Laurie shook It out found out something. 1 Every Room with Combination
solo Mills White. Benediction.
Vocal Geo. Hilton Pinder, son of Mr. andMrs afternoon for Miami where they In the Center of the Business and Shower Bath, Radio. Klectrto
and a piece of paper fell out. A crumpled But Gladys hadn't given him away.
Ceiling Slat Door for Summer
._ Pinder who visiting will week of ,
James was spend as guests
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np envelops That was clear. Mrs. Moore didn'treally and Theater District Ventilation, Comfortable Bed with
Laurie read an address with star know anything. But she bad with relatives in Miami, returned I MattreBe of Inner Spring CODBtrv..Uon -

log eyes. seen them In that taxicab. What confounded Farewell Surprise Party Given on the morning train yes- First Cla.FireprfS..iLI. Lamps.and Individual. Reading -
s., J. Dallas Esq.. luck! He was sure she was terday. LABOR Rates RATES
*" __ _
Z. Belmont Place, not a foot Honoring Miss Gladys Russell Sponsored By DeMolajr sins,
St. James'. "As a matter of fact I have seen Robert II. Givens came in on 7* n__.. rrlat Bath .. ':&.M
the morning train yesterday from CUBAN CLUB Monday, Sept. 2 HO R__.. Private Batb e..5N
8.W.I. your sister once or twice Mrs. Russell delightfully Rosam Elizabeth Smith with relativesand n_.. Private Batk 3.55to
Glad's handwriting! Moore." he said In his most winningway. Miss Gladys was Mary Miami for a visit Music By Pritchard's Orchestra Garage Elevator nM. Private Batb __ a.se

Laurie's fears were now a certain "She told me she was on the surprised Thursday eve- Miriam Carey, Alice Jenks, Shire friends. ,- I I ,. Kaaivlv H__.. Private D.'. 4JM
Mt'covitch __ ADMISSION 60c Popular Prica n.H.IIT.Yo..f: : FOR UOIBLSI
her friends Weatherford. Phyllis -
of ley
ty. It was true. Great tears fell dew, stage and 1 have been to see her i ning when a group uexvPAnuvy
her cheeks. Glad was meeting youni g! dance. And we met with a party ol : gathered at the home of Mr. and: Gladys Russell Ida George Roberts, who went to

Dallas secretly writing to him. Tbl! I friends on the river." I Mrs.f''m Pierce on Olivia street II Bethel. Catherine Knowles Eula- Islamorada last week for a bU8i-1 ---- ---- --- '- -- -

envelope had not been posted. Phi "Do yon mean to marry her?" she for a farewell party in her honor.,I lie Mathews, Evelyn Niles, Roberta ness visit returned yesterday.Asa

bad probably been disturbed whit\ asked. Miss Russell left Friday after-' Matcovitch and Margaret Johnson -

writing atid had bidden It away It "I 1 haven't thought of marrying noon for New York where she will' i iMerville Whittaker, who went to Miami '

her handkerchief and then forgottei anybody. Mrs. Moore. he lied but visit' for about four months with' Rosam, Joe Finder to accompany Mrs. Whittaker -

all about It or thought abe bad I los t t his voice was frankness Itself "I am relatives. Various games were: Bobby Curry. Johnny Gandolfo. for an operation in one of the'

It.- making my way In my father'* busi played. I Albert Carey Christopher Cecil hospitals!, returned yesterday and !

Perhaps Glad was unhappy under ness. I have a whole lot to learn. 'I Later in the evening Miss Rus-'I Curry and Ray Pierce. will leave this afternoon to re- 1
her careless brightness. If she wa:r, like your sister very much and I ad- Roland Weather- main with his wife.
sell was presented with a gift Mr. and Mrs.
deeply In love with Jimmy Dallas,,, mire her dancing tremendously. I I
from the group as a token of their; ford, Jr.. Mr. and Mrs. Tom
she must be unhappy. Perhaps shi hope may say we are friends. I Curry. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Pierce Harry Baker, chief of the Key
wept when she was alone and suffered No good. Laurie turned towards friendship. Mrs. Baker -
Elizabeth and Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Harvey. West Fire Department, w
cruelly. Laurie felt that Dallas!, the door. present were: and daughter, Ruth Marie, accompanied 7fb.

was the kind of man who would Inevttably "1 want you to leave my' sister -, -r----- by Mrs. Baker's sister t

make women suffer if the y alone or to meet her openly. Why I and 1
loved him. won't she tell me of your meetings? Miss/ R. Serenco Plan Social Hoar Mrs. Godfrey Thompson
daughter, Jane, left over the high-
Glad didn't know.Glad was so very Why does she deny that she was In Church Hall
Weds Charles HallA At way yesterday morning for an
young. the taxi with you when I saw you
automobile tour to points in the
myself? I feel she Is unhappy' In a

LAURIE acted on one of her Im some way yon are doing her a wrong. quiet wedding was solemnized The members of the First Methodist states. I I OLD STOVE ROUND-UP

They had always been Inexplicable Mr. Dallas. Saturday evening at the home of Church will assemble this one and a large variety of events'
at the moment. but they "Oh.'no. Mrs. Moore. I assure you Notary Public Pedro Aguilar evening at the social hall of the
will be presented to those attend
had shaped her life and no power yon are exaggerating a slight and when Charles R. Hall of Key Christian Educational Building
ing to make the dance mereen-
on earth could have prevented them very pleasant friendship. Toar sister West, Fla, and Miss Rosalie for a social hour and evening of
She knew that subconsciously.She must have some reason for not tell- joyable. I
Serenco, of St. Louis, Mo., were I recreation. First the The ROUND-UP is bringing in old stoves
-. of specialty
looked at the clock. It was Ing you that we have mgt once or Mr. 'Those sponsoring the affair numbers
seven. A young man about town twice. And you have found It out and joined in holy wedlock. to have 100 will be a grand 'march; every day. Don't miss this opportunityto
hoP if 'possible a
officiated at the cere- percent
made too much of It I think that Aguilar by a prize waltz. .The ''big'' event I
be In
might his rooms at that hour I attendance. This! is the first I change YOUR old stove for a moderngas
be the of It Mrs. Moore. mony. of the will be a"
before he went out to spend the eve must way evening serpen-
ning. She looked at him wearily. He was Several intimate friends'of_the loft, sgries'9? monthly meeting; tine 'dance during whkh favors,t range. -

too much for her. couple were present, among whom [that aw designed to bring the trinkets'will '
She put her hat on and hurried out 1 noisemakers and other i -
of the house and hailed the first taxi "1 hope you.will not worry your were: Johnnie Nelson, Eddfe,.Roig, membeT! ij> of this church into a be given: the'guests. A large Here are the special Round-up features: -

she saw giving the driver Jlmmj sister about It. he added. "I should Lenord Licata, Joe Torres and closer' spirit of unity and cooperation attendance' is expected. :

DaU..'. address.It feel so badly.If yon did. Mesdames P. Aguilar Violet with the pastor and officers I' -

was a big. old-fashioned building "I shall not mention to her that I Arias Leona Arias, Ignacio Fuen-' it is stated. Junior Club To "I Trade-in-allowances up to $15.

facing a narrow passage that led have been here. tes, and Miss Rose Arango. The affair will be quite informal -

Into the Green Park. A set of apart Jimmy Dallas opened the hall door After the ceremony light refreshments and the male members are Meet On FridayJunior A brand new DeLuxe gas range -

meats with service much nsed bj for Laurie and stepped out on to the were served. The urged to leave their coats at home. with every modern feature, built to our

wealthy visitors to London. Mostly landing smiling and saying In his happy couple are at home to Games to suit all ages will be indulged Woman's Club will meet
caressing voice"I am so awfully own specifications especially for the
foreigners. in and light refreshment
No. 22 *
their friends at afternoon 5 o'clock at
In the marble-floored vestibule she,, glad you came. I am quite happy be '' Babcock's many Lane. will be served. the Friday Woman's Clubhouse on Division -II Round-up, for only $49.50 (and your
found nobody. But there was a board cans* now we understand each old stove
street. ).
with the names of the tenants inscribed other.
on It. Jimmy Dallas lived on Just then, the door of one of the I Equity Lodge To Garden Club To Hostesses at this meeting will ,

the fourth floor. other flats on the landing opened. be; Mrs. Raymond Curry Mrs ( Your unrestricted choice of every

Laurie Ignored the lift and walked and a manservant showed a lady out Entertain Youths Hold Meeting Harry Pritchard and Miss Rita other range in stock. This unusual and distinctive: De-

up. She rang the bell of a handsome Laurie did not stop to look.: So Pinder. Luxe Magic Chef gas range is only I

mahogany door and a moment later she did not see that It was Wanda Equity Lodge No. 70. L O. O. The Key West Garden Club one of the many models offered for

the young man himself opened It Steele who had come out o*the other F. will again entertain young will',meet with Mrs. William H. Don't delay.I Let us change your old your selection during the Round-up.

"Cheerio. Dick!" he exclaimed: flat and heard Jimmy Dallas's words boys on Tuesday night. Malone on Thursday afternoon at Quick Relief for I stove NOW. Begin today to enjoy the Standard equipment includes insulation -

and then seeing LaurIe. looked none (Cortu. l535 CoralU Station" ) Members of the lodge and the I 4:45 o'clock. of modern that and these exclusive Magic
use a gas range-one
too pleased. lie wore a manycoloredsilk guests will meet at the K. A request is made for a large
Tomorrow Laurie allows htraelf young ; features: Red Wheel Lorain
dressing gown over his evening to bo trapptd..Today's. of P. Hall on Fleming street and attendance of members. Chills and Feverand will COOK YOUR OWN WAY, perfectChef Oven Heat Regulator, Magic Chef

-- will be conveyed from there to 1 ly and scientifically. Automatic Top Lighter Three-in-
Church lawn Mach Interest In ,
I..C.e e e ee.e e e e a..e e e e..ee the First Baptist Other Effect of One Non-clog Top Burners and
where will be' played and _
games -- --
LARGE AUDIENCEHEARS 'I refreshments served. Labor Day Dance ---- Sanitary High Burner Tray. Oven

t tf. Horoscope Boys between the ages ef 12 Malarial I.I I i valve is of safety type. Enameled

CULPEPPER f eeeeeeeeeeeee.eeeeeeee.e and 18 are invited to attend. Plans for the big DeMolay Don't put up with the suffering of I -- -- throughout. Door and Drawer

I The native of this degree is I Labor Day Dance at the Cuban Malaria-the fever.teeth-chatterin Get rid of Malaria chills and by I I / / // handles and gas valve handles are

shrewd and penetrating, with a Miss Bermann Club are going forward rapidly the letting burning the infection out of your system. of black bakelite. Special color

Steadiness and gravity of manner : and interest in the affair is grow- That's what Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic I I I I combinations available on order.

A large congregation heard that will often be misunderstood. On Visit! Here I ing greater every day, it is stated. does-destroys and drives out the infec I During the Round-up, only

Rev. J. B. Culpepper, Jr.. on the 1 II I The methods of thought will be I Mbsic!: for the occasion will be furnished tion.At the same time it builds np your

subject "Happiness After You,I very just, i-ut mathematical and Miss Pearl Bermann. of Miami, by John Pritchard and his system Grove against Tasteless farther Chill attack.Tonic: contains will r
Are Married. at the First Methodist !
hard lacking the.emotional qualities is visiting; here as the house guestof orchestra. tasteless quinine which kills the infection, $69.50 old sieve
Church last night. I that appeal to the ordinary Miss Ida Weintraub at the, The DeMolays are working hard in the blood.It also contains iron which

Rev. Culpepper who has had i mind. There is no indication of home. 700 Elizabeth street. to make the affair a successful builds up the blood and helps it overcome: The oldest gas range If you have one of
wide experience in the evangelisticfield i well fortify
of Malaria as as
the effects
and who has conducted meetings I great fortune. Miss Bermann is a classmate of SCHOOL, GIRL SPECIA1PERMANENT against re-infection.These are the effects still in.service rounded the many) "old timers" FLORIDA PUBLIC
Miss Weintraub's at the
want for COMPLETE relief.Grove'sTasteless during the Seventh
in all sections of the country, -o.- you up
State College for Women and Gull Tonic is pleasant to take I still l in service trade it
Twenty-three street name sign Annual Old Stove
seemed at his best last night; as WAVES f>/\
hs attacked many evils and stressed were stolen from two streets i ir I plans to visit here for several and Ka bitter absolutely taste safe of quinine.even for Get children.a bottle I I Round-up will be taken in!t. It may be worth a UTILITIES .

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