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 29, 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
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System ID: UF00048666:00105
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Press Da7.f Wire, 1 J '" Key West, Florida, has the

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ClaimsiReHiblicans( [ Should Go MANY PASSENGERSON Queen Of Belgium ;Killed In Auto Bonus Veto, Lobby Quiz And Mail

Slow: 'In Charging Democrats HERE'TOMORROW STEAMER DUE I Accident; King Slightly Injured From Home, Marked One Of Longest

With Enacting Weak Measures I
LUCERNE, Switzerland,! It started toward a lake
FRUIT SHIP GRANADA HAS I Congressional Sessions In Years

Astrid of'I along the road from Kuss-

Shown G. 0. P. Members IINQUIRIES MADE nacht to Lucerne, and the -- -- -- "- -
ABOARD WILL BE Belgium was killed today in '

Have Passed Most Of I AS TO WHO WILL BY LOCAL PEOPLE 'I an automobile accident. queen against a was tree. thrown out RAMOS GIVEN ROTARY GROUP Many Dramatic Scenes Included

Laws Declared Unconstitutional 'I driving HEARING HEREBEFORE STAGE PROGRAM In Activities
.RUNINEECTIONVOTERS Nearly three dozen passengerswill King Leopold was King Leopold was only

1- and lost control of the car. slightly hurt. Carried On By .Members
be ,aboard the S. S. Granadaof I JUDGEPLACED DURINGSESSION 1
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: HEAR RUMORS BUT the Standard Fruit and Steam- Of Both BranchesBy

when she into
ship Company comes -

WASHINGTON. Aug. 29_ COLUMNS OF THE CITIZENAS Key West tomorrow afternoonfor WILLIAM S. WHITEn
Judged solely from the standpoint HERETOFORE"Can
an approximate eight-hour

of good partisan politics! lay-over. I. NEXT TERM OF COURT DENTS OF HIS VACATION of the United Stales,
an expenditure of appro-! 'rter observers point out that it mightbe you tell us, authoritatively All the passengers aboard 'the ''kilowatt
capacity of the plant! his shoulder squared, stands be-
who are the candidates for y $70,000 the Key Wed.
well for the Republican ship are making the cruise from from. 1530 to 1700. I
just as I
this ? is the question "
mayor : yea Discussing the installationwith | Rafael Ramos was arraigned The Service Committee of the fore the congress and says ..0"to
c which has been asked at least 100 Mexico Electric Company is improving its, r ,
Philadelphia to Frontera ; 1
in the 1936 campaign to goa I I times of The Citizen during tneptst President Bascom L. Grooms,'yesterday afternoon in the office Key West Rotary Club put on a': the soldiers bo....
and this will be their first stop generating facilities. By discardof the Key West Electric coming -t' I
bit slow in that Democratic several weeks and each time
since learing": the Pennsylvania pan). The Oitizen was told that 1of I Judge Hugh Gunn on three, program of special features at the I Senators have trooped over
[ the answer has necesarily been, obsolete steam equipment and
Presidents have a habit of "There are none as far as we port. At the Porter Dock, the i the increased capacity of the!|charges. 'Breaking and entering,'I regular luncheon held today, which from their side of the capital to
is with the
plant to keep
: know positively." Granada will take on fuel. installing a modern unit the gear l pace rehabilitation I
recommending and Democratic of the local assault with intent to kill and
k- program was presided over by Melvin E. sit with the representatives to
The same question has been as> The passengers will be met by crating capacity of the plant is to administration and to be prepared 1
congresses a habit of enacting ed relative; to other possible can- larceny of a firearm. of the hear There
local persons including S. Stewart for what it will accomplish in the Russell president organization the message. is atouch
didates for the offices of tax collectors be appreciably increased I
laws that are nnconslitutionaL j police justice: chief and Leonard, director of public relations -, future. The evidence brought out at ; I of the gala in the atmosphere .
captain of police ani membeis of for the Key West Ad- For the past five weeks RichIn spite of the depression, said the hearing indicated that Ramoswas I
The "record"-and all
politicians t
ard J. Favorite, construction enPresident Grooms, the company One of the questions that came as the spring sea strikes
and clerk.
council told
city city ministration, and will be just { in the act of breaking and I
to tarn to it in gineer with the Stone Webis in a position to feel justly proud before the session for discussion: ,i
are quick To all of these quesio.is the answer where the most interesting partsof and of business when'I lights in the gay dresses of the
that I entering a place
of the the
foct during past
has been the same, for tie the Some kind of stet Engineering corporation, has was that of securing new memberi -
city are. an }
defense of or attacks on campaign I five years the company's top rates interrupted by the appearance of< but the President'
to' women usually
simple reason that this time ,
t up entertainment program probablywill been in Key West directly superfor electric service have been ships, and it was stated that it is
revising -
1 assertions on the side. there hfjs been .10 definit: an-I 1 be provided. i the many changes which duced 44 percent. the watchman, Alfred Gwynn. ( expected; that seven or eight new mobile face is being made
nti i tment made for any of I He fired at the watchman who
of the. Democrats on this question. -' i I The passengers include: Russell i must'< be made preparatory to inThese rate redutions. said the i members, at least, will be taken I
es solemnity.
Breckenridge cruise director;, stsJHng: the machinery. have resulted in returned the shots and wounded ,
Two visitors to the office today new president, a ma ; into the club at its next regular I j
.- usually I:i| Dr. E Owen Nunez, ship's doe-1, The new unit is to be the 1stterial increase in use of electric! Ramos. The latter made his escape -. History is being made} hero in
wanted to know what time, meeting. It was agreed that the
tor;; Miss Virginia Harris Miss1], Diesel oil of 600 and the next Mon- '
est type engines service. especially! for the econom- was day,
Here.are the cold facts: do candidates make their announcements I campaign inaugurated for secur-I the old tiifc .of the house of rep-
I Freda Mteth Miss Tillie Rinzler, .
and told that in horsepower capacity: driving a 400 t ic operation of of the numerous I J day, captured by Captain of Police I
In the 146 years of American were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stearns,t kilowatt generator This generator) electrically operated applianceswill Alberto Camero. ing new members be continued,: rescnUtivf.' It is the first limes

governmental history the supreme! years gone by announcements had: I I Prof. and Mrs. Ross Tucker; displace 230 kilowatts of gen? -I for the home also better illum-t The court found probable cause:with each member! of the organil s j, that a chief executive of tbcountry"lias ,--
been made early June. I I Ii 1
as as I I I personally to
court has invalidated 67 acts ofcongress. \ In The Citizen of 10 I Ii ][I james Howarth Thomas Silton,< ator capacity now operated by| ination. for holding the accused and fixed aztion promising to put forth evi gone
hill deliver
year veto
i and! Miss Ruth Ribert. I i iI the I ;i capitol to a verbally -
his bond at $2,000 chargeof
on :
This covers the pctiod there 26 announcements,! I -- i effort toward: securing these the
!i appears Others in the i ery : -and in face of: big majorities
| are: lrr.j'and )I kill
group assault with intent to
from 1789 to 1935. t for the different offices, some o'j I, ;j new memberfehij-s as desired. in both houses.
Mrs. S. MacMinn, William'
Of the 74 congresses to date, the aspirants.offices having, as high as four J I" Klan, :Miss Evelyn Strout Miss 1] VALUES PLANS I CONCERT TONIGHT $1,000 entering on the and charge on the of charge-of breakingand i I It was stated at the meeting I I Big See. Of Session
33 have been strictly Democratic i number]I AnnSulivan! Miss M. Bertolet t theft of a firearm the bond was, that at least ten local members This unprecedented scene going

,and.. 27 Republican.: _M _. ot Of-ppibiliiies,course,, there. For are mayor a it isj:t:|[Miss N. Bickel Mr.\ and/Mrs..- V i1-j .NEW RESIDENCE:l t AT BAYYIEW PARK I|-fixed"at $200. V,* .?_t..m! leave next Wed eslr,to at-j. ": .baclr! J&.ag(unny jiay last May
t r liana C. Ballard Leon the dramatic of tne
Only 20 (or around 29: percent possible that the incumbent. Wm. ,. II I I | This case: will be among many tend the meeting of Rotarians to was highlight
Malone will also that'''! man, G. R. Stanion, Joseph I I {,others to be tried at the tern of long, weary first session ot the
) of the acts held unconstitutional announce i.e held .in Miami on Thursday,
Young, John E., Young Jr., MV.j j, I 74th now ended.
Dr.. H. C. Galey, who it is under- STRUCTURE WILL BE EXCELLENT PROGRAM TO BE criminal court convening September congress
were passed by Democratic stood has been approached on the and Mrs. William H. Hessler,|1 $6.000 11.THREE. and it was shoal that there may The President, erect behind the

congresses.. On the other hand matter may< enter the race for 1 1![ George Hutchinson, C. Guenther,I i ERECTED AT DUVAL AND I RENDERED BY HOSPI-t I I yet be more than this nunvl>crlj clerk's desk in the well oZ the

Republican congresses passed 42 mayor. '[ David W. Gilbert, Bernard Birk-. j {leave when the time arrives al-1 i house finishes his address.
there barn Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Sanden,. UNITED STREETS I TALITY BAND WOMEN ', "I am thinking," he nays "of
of the- For chief of police maypossibly bough nothing; definite has been'decided
unconstit.utional"stat.utes,1 be two candidates. The and Mr. and Mrs. T. benstein.I /I those who died in the cause of

or incumbent Ivan. Elwood and Ever-]I iI I SLIGHTLY HURTIN i as yet as to the probable I America here and abroad. I
Four of the other acts declared j elt R. Rival. !I Another proposed residence has The Key West Hospitality Band | additional number thai may make am thinking '
unconstitutional werc'passcd byj Announcements are expected TON FAMILY recently been added to the list of ,,; will be heard i in concert tonight 8 : the orphans -of-alb of them; I aiA
a Democratic house and a Republican -: AUTO SMASH tril'I I
from Harold Key, Alberto Camero I j i those published in The Ctzien; of o'clock at Bayview Park.. j I thinking of.Tivc'rniltiontl of Aiiici'kans -
senate and the!
one by
and Laurie Roberts, all of whom,1] ARRIVES HEREWILL The following entertaining program ;who .with:their; families, are
first congress, which, was last week. This is to be constructed :: -I I Iti.e I today in dire !. I am
it is understood, we potential candidates 1 of popular selections will be the meeting today, withs'iggestionsma I fleet
partisan. for the office of captainof by J. R. Valdeb at the corner ,: presented: ACCIDENT HAPPENED SHORTLY > .te) by several members thinking not only of the past, not

Records CitedA non-I police. Mr. Camero is now SPEND INDEFINITESTAY of United and Duval streets at a I'''''I March, Moto Cycle. I ;> for nc_v activities for the j jj only of today, but of the years to

more detailed study of serving in that capacity by ap cost of $6,000.Permit Selection, Revelry. I BEFORE TWO O'CLOCK j benefit of the jl'iu, and all in at-. j come. .1 believe the welfare of

record discloses other interesting, pointment. 1 WITH RELATIVES for this constructionwas ; I I Popular: I AT CORNER OF EATON AND celenuce were very much cnthuj- the nation, as well as the future

facts which observers think doubt-! For councilmen the two possibilities issi.ed from the office of!, (a) Fare Thee Well Anna.i i | ,_d over the plans outlined for fu-t welfare of the veterans wholly;
less will be used by Democrats on I] which have been mentioned -] AND FRIENDS 1\1.1 I belle. I DUVAL STREETSA i i lute activities. justifies my disapproval of this

the stump' if Republicans bear! by friends and supporters are]t Building Inspector Harry (b) The Lady In Red. I Ii I I I I'resident Russell read a letter I measure."
down too hard on what has hap- Robert Spottswood and Fred Dion.1 Baker this\ week. Other permits]i (c) It's An Old Southern I from the secretary of the Miami There is applause! not thunderous .
the Mrs. R. C. Haun and two little I I I' CIa ,here'n he stated I and Mr. Roosevelt has nut
pened in present dministra- All of the foregoing was told issued were for: I I Custom. badly smashed automobileand Rotary
tion. f fl. to The Citizen's questioners and I!:j daughters: June and Ruth, arrived Repairs)' at 222 Fleming .nl't.1! March, Spirit of West Point. three rightened and slightly! !!+!! 1.' at they were coming to Key; left the building before there are

.. During Lincoln's term invariably the reply has been, .' over the Florida East Coast Rail- Owner II. G. Campbell; cost i I r l Selection, Blue Bells Of Scot:I Ecarred,70Ulg' omen was the result -i i West for an inter-city: meeting one,1 shouts of "Vote Voter! Oi"T-

of office, with, both a Re- "Well we are BO used to seeing j:; way yesterday for an' indefinite : $50. :' land. ,of, an accident at the corner Septembet 12, forty or fity whelmingly the house ovem v".
publican senate and house the announcements of candidates!;'I stay in Key West with relatives< : Add room to residence At 1501 I,' Intermission I I of Duval and Eaton streets shortly and that they were Iotrong'l!the veto but the senate lalei- .,JB-

seven arts were passed which in the paper, that until we do we;I. and friends. j,Von Pfister street. Owner. J. W.!|! March: Hell Catts. before 2 o'clocthis! afternoon j have a two-way telephone broadcasting tales it.A

were later invalidated by the will not know who is in the field I 4 I Mr. Haun, who was'l'tationed at Marzyck; cost; $150. I I Selection, Old Southern l\lel\ -_ ,The ear w3 being driven by II system installed, and that. ,', Memoreble Protest

supreme court. for election. i Newport on the U. S. S. Fairflax,I: Place metal roof at 421 Grin-j dies. ': Miss: Celia Martinez, daughter of I he meeting her. at Key West:! The scene changes to the senate

2. In Theodore Roose I has been transferred to'' another!/I nell street. Owner F. R. J. Sawyer -1 i Vocal Solo by "Little Miss KeyWest Dr., and Mrs. Eugene Martinez,I II ..I would: also scr-'c (that is, the pro-' on May 20. Dennis Chavez

velt's administration, under i, battleship which is now enroute II!;' ;(cost. $150. I', ," with Bob Pinder at' the I vho had as her riding companionsMiss gram) a!. their regular meeting at I senator from New Mexico ,,'ie-
the same political line-up six SALVATION ARMY I to the Pacific coa t. j: Repairs to building; Stump I I piano. ; ,Florence ::mitb and :Miss Miami; those of whom are left be- ceedmg the late Bronson Cutting

laws enacted later were declared Mrs Haun is the daughter 'of l Lane. Owner, Logia Cuba; cost; ,I' March.\ I HeKa Blanco. rind listening:: ;in on the meeting I is escorted into the chamber to

unconstitutional. UNIT ON PICNIC ,Mrs.\ Hattie Saunders and before1her Ii ) $150. i'I1 1 j National Anthem. Just how the: accident happenedwas here. i take the oath. As he comet down
marriage was Miss Roberta Sebastian Cabrera called!
3. Under President Grant not learned. It was said that was the aisle on the arm of his cot-

10 unconstitutional acts of i Saunders. 'ANNOUNCE DEATH CUBA TRANSPORTS I Miss Martinez wrp driving north i on to give an account of his va-I' league. Senator Hatch, five -<'n-

congress were passed by a NO SERVICE: AT ARMY HALL: II on Duval street and an ice wagon ; cation and gave a very good talk ate liberals, their faces white,
Republican senate and house was behind.!: fche put out her: on his experiences, one of which':
NEW ARRIVAL AT I I their eyes moist, leave the chain!
and two by a Republican sen- TONIGHT BECAUSE OF I' WILLIAM ROBERTS 195 PASSENGERS hand to signal; the driver of the: was the meeting of Admiral Waiter -;! ber one by one. White-haired and

ate and a Democratic house OUTING I t ti i, ; wagon and the ttr crashed into Crosley in New York City benign Johnson of Californiaand

-making 12 in -all. B. CRUZ'S HOME I I the post. and stated that they both attended -;: fatherly Norris of Nebraskaled

The scholars of the Salvation 1 The occupants of the car were a Rotary Luncheon at the Commodore ] the of North Da-
Another Precedent I I BODY TO ARRIVE HERE TOMORROW Steamship Cabs of the P. and way. Nye
I taken to a hospital '/ aere first aid Hotel there. Sebastian,
Army Sunday School will enjoy kota, LaFollette of Wisconsin and
The Democrats it is pointed i O. S. S. sailed yesterday
may company
ON TRAIN FROM was applied and then to the> Martinez introduced Admiral Crosley as an;
their annual picnic this afternoon Bernard J. Cruz I of Minnesota follow.
out. find support in the record I } Mr. and Mrs. I afternoon for Havana with 182: ( Shipstead
at Boca Chica. J Ji the arrival of nine home on Division street. honorary member from the southernmost The veteran Borah Idaho already
for meeting the criticism leveled j ,, announce : a MIAMI first class passengers 13 second' of -
at President Roosevelt for ad vis-j t i Mrs. Kcitherine Eldridge, who is-'i and one-half pound girl at their l,I class 12 automobiles six tons of I Miss Martinez recevied a severe Rotary Club in this eoun- has absented himscl' It
in charge of this department has !! lastI i bruise on the side of the face and try. Key West Fla. I j
ing the ways and means home. 1218 Ner-vton street --- I i I freight and 98 sacks of maiL : J I was a silent but startling prot st
tee of the house to arranged a very interesting program i I I night at 8 o'clock. l i Ferry,Patina returned from Havana -. the other yonng women werelacerated It was stated by the presidents'against the earlier efforts of the
Guffey-Snyder coal bill tOmmit-I' which will keep the children I Mother and baby are doing I William Roberts, Jr.. 22, son I. yestreday with seven miscel-: ;! ly flying glass. i' that there would be no meeting to administration to defeat rutting.
active until dark.Superintendent. I|, of Mr. and Mrs. William Roberts:j Key West next week owing to the
it to the court to nicely. laneous cars laggage, 114 sacks Back to the house, which le't
supreme : <
of Miami former residents of' 1 FATHER AT 80 fact that local members would, be
of remembered
Lighthouses will be
mine whether or not it is Mrs. Cruz : of mail and one passenger.: President Roosevelt on two notable
stitutionaL deter-I William W. Demeritt is taking]!| as Miss :Mary Lowe daughter of I[ Key West, died in Miami yesterday Steamship Colorado of the in attendance at the inter-city iMuea-the bonus and the
of the !1, 1104' morning. Telegrams to this i BERLIN.,-Heinri-h Zeltin of:i meeting to be held in Miami at
As care transportation by donating Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. Lowe, ; Clyde-Mallory Lines is due to arrive j measure for dissolution of "un
far back as February. effect received [this city, aged 80. is the'father o{
/ the use of the lighthouse Margaret: street. I were yesterday by, Sunday morning from New I i that time. necessary" utility holding cunv
the second' congress passed truck. I! The little has been given R. B. Curry uncle of the deceased a baby boy, his 13th child.HABANAMADRID Mayor William H. Malone gave
act directing the secretary of war, one i York, en route to Key West and t t panics-for another great moment
in with the Captain Walker wishes to call the name of Phylis Elizabeth I | Tampa. I.a very interesting talk on Rotary in a session now dOlll"1.| A
such attorney// the attention of the public to the I i I The body will arrive tomorrow!! I i Motto: "He profits most who rote is coming on the FresH-nt's
general. to take
: fact that owing to this outing the on the midday train and funeral ((serves best." This talk was demand for dissolution. Thereare
was necessary to obtain an ad service which would ordinarily be 12-DAY SPECIAL services will be held from' the''MORA ARRAIGNED CLUB I! brought on through the cleverness strong undercurrents.The .

judication of the supreme court held tonight at the hall will be -on- ;; Congregational church date and Saturday Night ;jof Sebastian Cabrera, who told a ballot is taken ."ten =.'1
on the constitutionality of an act I f postponed till tomorrow ni ht.i PERMANENT WAVES i; hour to be fixed upon arrival of BIG PRE-LABOR DAY { story of a Scotsman desiring to (Continued Page Four
on )
passed i in 1792.KODAK. : I J
This service will be conducted by the train : < have the motto changed at the

sergeant Major John! Stirrip. i i $10.00 Oil Waves _____$7.00 II! The deceased is survived by I .'next International Convention,

A +! 7.50 Oil Wave ..__...._ 6.00 "his parents three brothers Eddie,3I I DANCESerpentistes j and Billy was very sincere in his Friday and SaturdaySPECIAL

FILMS I ANCIENT FISH TRAP 5.50 Wave -,--- 4.50 ,John and Joseph Roberts and one! Justice of the Peace Frank O. talk with reference to our present!

--=-- I I sister, Mrs. Nellie Johnson. I Roberts yesterday heard the case Favor I motto after which Sebastian an-!'
Mrs. Camilla Moomaw. per- DATE. NUT AND HONEY
JUST RECEIVED SHIPMENTOF : LOXDOX.-r Rachael Jones I of Mario Mora charged with assault COME AND SPEND swered Bill by saying the reason J
ALL SIZES of this city aged 80, has been given -t maaeat Wave Expert, will be at RECORD IN CHILDREN and battery. : for telling the story was to ascer-j i NOUGAT LAYER 35c
I this I a fihtE.1 evening and dance
Shoppe only 12 days more on' ,
permission to use a fish trap I CAKES only 'm'nm --
The defendant was placed tinder tain the sincerity of our membership
GARDNER'S PHARMACYPhone owned by her family for 300 years, Sawyer's Beauty Shoppe SANNAZZARO, Italy. This bond of $100 to appear at the one .f Dane th* South'Floor Finest as to fellowship and Malone MALOVFY &: PEACOCK

177 Free Delivery I although its use is now against the I 508 Fleming Street city claims a record for 21 fam- next term of criminal court for I'gave bins what he asked for in no] Phone AI8 Free Delivery

law.. j ilies with a total of 190 children., triaL undue terms.

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.. Wbe-Iitp. mst.Ctf I UNUSUAL FACTS REVEALED KEY WEST IN Today's; Horoscope f Today's

PubliBt * THE CITIZEN PIBLISHI: CO. INC. Gilman DAYS GONE BY ..............)..........1'.1I
L. P. AJITMAA, President who ended her life with chloro- I Anniversaries
JOB ALLEN Autetaat B .laeu Mmmmgrr form, will undoubtedly do what she hoped, lffaysrtt ud,t t.W- Happenings Her. Just 10 Years The native of today will be i
From The CUUcu Building UkJttNf114iWt. acute practical and with com- .ooo.o..l .... ....... ,
Comer Green and Ann StreetsOnly | attract attention to suicide 0 atwtkiail Ace Today As Taken From a
cause much Pudee Ji.r44q- I The Files Of The Citizen mercial trend of mind; quick to 1632-John Locke famous English -
Dally Newspaper! In KeyVest and Monroe discussion. tins gat respond to the demands of the born. Died Oct.
err bfulQ f philosopher
______ County. (?1 ,.J
"" moment, and ready,
'tV Florida. .. Here who had r a willing 28, 1704
Entered at K:'y ee t second class matter was a woman, un- : r
The three committee .. '
-- fr-IKTY'RlXTH to.u4Ainduct muut .t1'picZulls way composed -. friend andsine. !s .' Suc-i
YEAR doubtedly been a leader of her sex, hav- of B. 1. Grooms, of the will be attuned: unless 'I
Member .t the IBM-la t.4 .... +A atk 4e i cess surely ; 1732-Charles G. Fmnye. famous -
The Associated Press la exclusively entitled to use ing once been picked among the "twelve _' aLcP1 AkcdmaoiGl4 chamber of commerce E. there be exceedingly bad special i evangelist of his day. connected -
It for or republication not otherwise of credited all news In dlapatchaa this paper credited and also to greatest women" of this country. In, fail- v. Strunk, of the RotaryClub and A.J njpects. Association with others 'iwill j i with Oberlin College! as professor
_the local news published here'NAIIONAl I'E.. Spencer, of Exchange probably lead to greater sue- and president for 40 years.
ing health; for several years and facing cer. t is now completing plans for the; cess than individ:al effort born at Warren Conn. Died it

', EDITORIAL) tain slow death from cancer, Mrs. Gilman / ,great advertising campaign fort) Oberlin, Ohio. Aug!: tf J875
,. u ASSOCIATION, left a suicide note worth reading. She ,'the winter season to place the'! pez has located the party who;
C/I' ''.9'-} 5. .' I name of Key West before the people stole the,glasses and the others 1801Vi Hans 'G. Brownlow
'.';B CRJPTlg)(. ItATF.aOne I thus explained the motives behind her act: ; of.the United States and tell'i responsible for the depredations., itinerant Methodist Tennessee
Year ._.._............ __ _.. ...__..__110.0' "No i preacher. -
grief, pain, misfortune them o! the city and its at-! The of :
matter the
Rh: Nontb. _. ...... _...._ .. .. . ......___.__.._ //i.0' or many prosecuting editor, governor, and U
Tbrse fontha, J.1it 'broken heart' is excuse for cutting offone's tractions. Booths have v tn arranged marauders is now under consideration S. senator, born in Wythe Co..
Ose Mosth : .. ...._... .11 for at Tampa, Miami and the '
'-" -- as of breaking andentenng Va. Died at
: Knoxville April 29: ,
Weekly :::=:::.: .S1 life. while, any power of service .
ADVERTISING RATES ,v ) !'Key West, and capable and inter- government property, especially -: 1877.
Mad known on application. remains. l'k'hewn f tested persons are to be secured!; an aid to navigation is,
SPECIAL: NOTICE "But when all usefulness is over, and the coqnty commissioners: considered a serious offense and. 1809-Oliver Wendell Holmes
All reading notice, cards of thanks, resolutions of onca ructiued, (have. agreed to appropriate an' the penalty is severe. i! famous Boston physician poet essayist
respect obituary notices, etc., will be charged for at when one is assured of an unavoidableand I II II
the rate of 10 cents a line. amount not to exceed 3000. | i I and humorist, father of the
Notices for entertainments by churches from. which imminent death it'is the simplest fccaule alit: fitMoLtad [fla t I i iI Editorial comment: The Jersey late Supreme Court Justice! born
a revenue Is to be derived are 6 cents a line.The : j
Citizen Is an open forum and invites discus- of human rights to choose.a quick and {toiJnwiP e'i, WM irlOrtflt4.s l' I Members\ of the local Knights City Journal asserts that style at Cambridge!: Ales Died there,
Lion of public Issues and subjects of local on general I I Pythias lodges and Pythian shows are being held in these Oct. 7. 1894.1811henry<<.
death in of slow lor-
interest but It ,will not publish anonymous communications. .- easy place a and horrible -
entertained last evening I! later days from time to time to
one in the Odd Fellows Hall on Caro.,keep the people informed as to Bergh. the outs

Clothiers view nudism with alarm, "The time is approaching whenwe !: t 71uuk Hll4 id line street in honor of Grand,,what is coming of f., standing figure of his generationin
I I shall i Chancellor and Mrs. George M.i i the teaching: of humane treatment -
quite naturally. consider it abhorrent to our hJputed tD 6<.
1 IAIfxxh IetCbt'.txnecti.Ql. Lynch. A' musical program and 1 Under the direction of Mrs F.I for animals born in New
civilization to allow a human., being to '- ? aU-oaotwd. atk all. I vocal(,and.instrumental, selectionswith H. Ladd and Mrs.\ A. D. Luethi a1! YOlk, Died Murh 12, 1888.
Anything can be gotten at the Junior lie in prolonged agony which we L", tJuphiu. several readings was enjoyed.I)!musical will be given Tuesday j
Patrol Circus should mercifully end in other )\ ;: iZJJ: ::;:bicyc f 4 ,The grand chancellor made a.'evening in the Congregational' 1835-((100 :year ago) George
for a Price. Isn't that right, any ayq
-. ;tl7a.lXz most entertaining speech on I!church. Those who will take part W. McCrary. Iowa lawyer_ Republican -
Clem?' creature ,it j. a.nd, tniud.f schools and patriotism. After the'tin' the event are those who wen' : congressman! ; secretary of
"Believing this choc 1.t.o be i fet( :. t \ tutt l.. entertainment delicious refreshments in the very successful musical of i war U. S, circuit: .court judge, born
h. were served.A several weeks near Evansville. Ind. Died June
social service in promoting wiser ago. i
There_is. something. appealing about r i ib 23. 1890.
the name "Dinner Key"; the appeal is to views on this question, I' have, 'prefe Z.v+J r ---- I wire was received last night!)b Fern Chapter, Order Ea tern'I' .
ferred chloroform to cancer." Star will celebrate the birthday! 1857-Charles J. Ghdden. pioneer
the inner by the local coast
man.J.lussolini -- ----- guard
--- --- !
com-j of Robert Noms.1 in the of the
anniversary fields telephone,
Of course, there will be loud protests I niantler.stating! that the Schooner]! !
!founder, of the organization with the automobile snd aviation, born
fly to Ethiopia, and from many quarters and there is a' 'hesitancy i- Virginia, owned by L..A. Acott,:+>'a water malon party on the beach i! at Lowell Mass. Died in Boston,
of Mobile encountered -
on the part of anybody in endorsing [a .1 heavy I;:|next Tuesday. J, Sept. 11, 1927.
himself beard
the Conquering. Lion, of TODAY'i I.gales while en route from Puerto
.._ ...
self-destruction. Even who reads -- --
Judah in his den. so, one : Rico to Jacksonville, and is now i
the message left by the woman cannot but Temperatures I i anchored five miles off Dayton I
Beach. The.schooner last! the foremast
Under the Wagner bill the employer note its simple brevity, its logical calmnessand Highest .... .. 90 WEATHER CONDITIONSThe
and sails and will have to
still would be to the satisfying ease with which she Lowest ..::....::.: : :::: : ...::: .:::::82 j be assisted to reach Jacksonville.The Your Checking Account

permitted. watch the went into the Great Beyond. Mean .. ...-.........-_.. ....- ...........-.8G i!'i southeastern disturbance.rtill Cutter Saukee was dispatched'to I '
wheels go round. Normal -------------------$3 of rhent. iritensitr i* central the assistance of,the .ship and j! '

STRAY CATS AND DOGS ?ai"faU.Yesterday's this morning over Georgia, and will tow it to the mouth of the.. A:, Permanent Record:
Alois Fuersi, a former hangman of Precipitation .081ns.; :Movers end thunderstorms have St.. Johns River
The zeal of those who stress the importance .16 Ins. lesulted throughout most sections
Normal ] -
Austria, hanged himself. Probably curious of the Eart G.ilf and Middle and I With the. many mew Federal) and State taxes, mow
to know how it felt to be hanged. of kindness. animals., may some- Tais at rrr.rd N ..= .tals:4-h..r.r.r.lag.perl.44e.di.R I South Atlantic States, being heavyin street The known property as situated the old..on MascotteBar Front I more than ever, it is important", that you keep a permaav .
times to be manifestation of Tomorrow's Almanac i of northern Florida, record of. transaction.
appear a sen, : j portions and owned by Joseph l\ful-I eat your every t

rises ...____..._._._ 6:07 <. Apalachicola 5.68 inches; Jacksonville -
That Missouri\ timentality, yet there is generally behindit Sun a. m. berg, was sold today through the;, Your checking account with as can keep your book
who absent
was never sincere laudable Sun sets! _. .._.....__.. 6.48: p.m.: 1.08 inches, and Titus- firm of the Atlantic Realty. company -, and checks reliable and
and impulse. Yourclepo.it. acceptable
a rcr.01&
of tardy in 12 years at school seems Moon rises ...-..........-. 7.22 a. in.j ville. 1.30 inches. Rains and to Charles'and Thomas Curtis -! are a
too regular to ever amount to much. While it may be argued that the sym- Moon sets ..........._..... 7:33 I p. m.J thunderstorm, mostly light to of this city. The consideration ,record of your income and outgo, your sales and
fully worth tbe small charge made for tke serv
moderate h also occurred dur- expense
pathy and effort expended unfortunate .ve
on Tomorrows TidesA.M. involved
is The
ing the last 24 hours in the northern $18,000. lame 1 1 ice. Toes., cf coarse, i if your balance U sufficient there.
animals might better be exerted in behalfof P.M.|i Company also handled the sale. of]! *
The expression is often heard that the and t'entraPlains SUAes and are no charges.
human the fact is that those who High .._...._...-.....10:41 10:52 i the property where Mr. Mulburg,
beings, lower Rio Grande Valley. Cooler
government is taxing us to death. Now Low _.___.._.-_.... 4:01 4:311: is now located. This was for $17-, A mcntkly: statement is rendered you which you should
congress has gone a*step farther and we treat horses, cats and,dogs with humane Barometer 8 a. m. today; weather(he central has spread Plains southward States, middle into 000. '!. keep. If it should be.lost, our files on your account are

will be taxed even after death. consideration are more likely to exhibit a Sea level 29.90.WEATHSK I Missssippi Valley and Tennessee, always open to you.
A recent investigation of Sand ;
similar attitude toward their fellowmen. and eastward to the north and Etc: us for complete banking service.
Key Light station disclosed, the;
: : FORECAST I middle Atlantic coast, with readings
A New York women's organization
fact that the station broken
The nations was
it denounced
as we gather '
10 to 15 degrees below
war in the Kellogg pact but reports that during homeless a single year it found (Till 8 p. m. Friday) f mal .in many )localities) ; while read- open keeper during and a the pair absence of spy of glasses. the The First: National Bank\.'of Key West t:
homes for 667 and 549
dogs in
stray ings are generally seasonable
Japan and Italy reserved the right to defend and Partly
Key Wett Vicinity: I stolen. Names\ _of{ people were also i
themselves against the.aggressions of cats while 68 dogs and 10 cats were returned cloudy tonight and Friday; gentle tbe States.South Atlantic and Gulf carved on the tower. Deputy Member of tbe Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation)

China and Ethiopia.Joy to their owners tjirough_ identifyingtags windS.to moderate southeast .to south I I G. S. KENNEDY United States Marshal Andre Lo-I

collars. Bronze medals were Officer in ,
on pre- Charge --:< -- -----:-
Florida: Partly cloudy probably

reigned supreme all over the land sented to two men who saved-a. dog- at' con-. showers in north portion'- tonight I I IJaclt3om.me j s'-osoaosssv; .

when it became known that the 74th Con siderable,risk to themselves.An and Friday. Straits'' ,Tax: on beer would be used to ................. ........... ..,... .......,.......... ......... ... .
to increase the salaries of policemenand
gress had adjourned until next year, but important work of.such an.organization and East Oalf: Moderate southeast. firemen under a bill to be introduced :. .

unfortunately next is or.ly four is the humane education of children to south. hinds becoming %outhwe in the Alabama legis ;
year ;
many if not most of whom, have an terly over extreme north por- lature. :
months away. The respite is brief.
tion; weather partly cloudy to i : "
apparent tendency to make life miserablefor overcast tonight and Friday with I Subscribe to The Citizen-20c FREE! FREE!

The Citizen believes it will be a coon's helpless animals, particularly those not nattered showers. weekly. ; :

their own. In some cases the mistreatmentof f :
age, (and a coon's age is a long time), be- -- ,

fore the people of this country will follow animals i is merely the result of thought-

the leadership of the theorists and college fulness and maybe checked by kindly ad- Imported English
monition in others there to be a : .
economists into government ownership for appears

America. tendency toward wanton cruelty, which NOW! BIGGER SAVINGSthan

sterner measures are necessary to repress.
to"1irtmal'{ 53-PIECE: DINNER SET 1 1Worth.
You can go all around the world, and The teaching kindness | m

then make the trip again without findinga should have a place in the training'of Celery ever with a new, : v

child and it can be taught better by personal -* f.
place in which to live that is any better -

than Key West. At l least the writer thinksso example than in any other way.- To GENERAL H; ELECTRIC : ( .$19.79)) &

and while he has not been all around befriend stray cat or.dog is to teac.la. : U:! "* ?

the world he has been lesson in humaneness. to' all who observe ALL-STEEL REFRIGERATOR- S
places.If t 1 Setwillb given this :
the act. And such lessons! are worfh away

:you steal any money and do not while. week to one of our : fe

share the swag with the government in the NEW U. S. GOLD VAULT 1935 .

form income tax, it will put you in jail. 193OtESS t' ... : i customers.
Isn't Al l Capone serving 11 years at Alcatraz Having become possessed of the ::0

for neglect to fork over the govern- world's largest stock of gold Uncle.Sam is :' ................. :.a

ment's rightful share of the wage of infamy now preparing to take extraordinary meas- .

). ? ures to protect it from possible, seizure by iII i:1 : Prices Slashed On

an invading nation. The bulk of this vast : ,

treasure is to be placed in a new vault to
If a rich man of Key West (we still III-

have a few left) wins a big pot at bolitahe be erected on the military reservation of CURRENT ] i'i' MASONITE PRESTWOOD

must know, though likely not ashamed, Fort Knox Ky. U ,

that the winnings are made up from the This location in the interior of the lias liJBtE() [ the Coldi i : This material is- ideal for ?
selected being diffi-
nickels and dimes of the poorest of the country was as more i, i

white and negro people of this city. "Oh cult, of access than one near the seacoast, Producing Capacity :;

while the vault itself is virtually im STORM SHUTTERS '
shame! Where is thy blush!
e !: : !
pregnable. The construction for which a t G-E (Monitor S 137x9

In commenting on the proposal that contract was recently let, will be of granite, Top slow Mod*!*. : ..............*.. : .

large corporations be prohibited from making -I concrete and steel and capable of with- ,as. .

gifts to charity, Walter Lippman. the standing bombs or other explosive forces I .The G-E seaJed- HCed mechanism has long been famous cost Carey's? Roofing. $l.4Qp.el'roUandup.; ; ; :fc :

well known publicist, wrote: which might be directed against'it. foe Now its new unparalleled General Electric dependable Refrigerators-Monitor performance at low Top. 0

ments ought net on purely "Govern'I'I In addition to the protection afforded Flat op and Lifop-use 40% less electrical correct and .

grounds, wantonly disturb a by the vault i itself) there will be a force of have double"cold producing cspaclty". .

people. Now it is a fact, by guards, equipped with machine guns, electric S Years Performance Protectioa. for' only II a year.Anew ; :
usage, that private charity depends for warning devices, 'flood lights and pay lot General itself through Electric it costs* .iap.you Bochtag tot U more than. ::1: i South Florida Contracting & Engineering Co.. i
more than a fifth of its support on cor- every modern means for insuring safety. i

porations. Customs and usage are en- The nation's hoard of gold and silveris : E.; Phone 598. White and Eliza Streets. !

titled to respect. To disrupt them simply I! at present valued at more than nine bil- .

because someone in authority happens to I lion dollars. The new vault will no doubt :. THE KEY: WEST ELECTRIC. COMi=ANT' I i!:* "Your home worthy: of; the;best" J

have a personal dislike of them, is a kind. prevent anyone from stealing it, but something -

of irresponsible meddling which no sea. 1 stronger would. be required to keep I i :....................................................................:
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soiled public official would contemplate-1 i the government from spending, ____ ..crsrri..r..rii ,


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. { WlfUD. ..., REMEMBER DAYS \WHEN? [

trsorttst Lawn it Domed but 1 her : i Club- W. L. Pet
women too. can't forgive (By OSCAR PITA)
ors o; _fIId.. .*. ..4i K.* Moor* SPORTS ) .... .._.........
Jet>.rack other, i.r He if treating yon a* she bal done. Detroit .. 79 43 .648
> engaged .....see.e.etee........, ... ..CC.ef.e.If111eleeeeeel .
to W."" etrrlt mud Lemrit to "With my own eyes I saw her : New York ......._._. 70 5% .574

ft Hark* ond: Anry.' !tcKo employ
lin, offer x.areeeoifr.. rl" trying to chambers the other day. They were Citizen diamondball team 1 Boston ._____u'. __.... 62 61 ..504Chicago

dpt.A.d torr Ref Into L*rtI. na ftrflane* pant ocet-to *et on the best of terms, evidently. He to yell: "Get 'im at .....:.-- I ..._u__....._ 51 60 .459

friend. of leer. dancer titterOladtt. was la his dressing-gown talking to third%r "Catch that fy] !" "Don't Meiidoza or Rogelio used!'! to rely I J Philadelphia ......._.. 51 67 .432

and Jimmy kteanto Dana* it voting tre isladyt man her on the landing. And my friends, I drop the ball!" "Don't ..tealr ] or. the )keen;: eye of the uiility ] Washington ... ...--- 51 72 .415
.bout tern art x. to tnt clle' whom I had been visiting tell m*_ I "Run! Run! Make homer layer Henry Mayg to bring ho 'ie I! St. Louis ...e. 48 73 .397

life.that he lead the wildest- kind of : CARDINALS WIN, f TENNIS UNIT TO BENEFIT CONTEST the bacon. i :...::.::...

Chapter 44 Rogelio Gomez, manager of the I NATIONAL, LEAGUE
"He has a shocking reputation, '
THE TRUTHs Pirates bit his!'! toe nail when the Win or lose Manager: Artman Club- W. I.. ret

s Gladys with that young Dallas? and there a young quite woman late at often night.visits' I suppose him ;; TWIN BILL AND I ELECTOFFICERSMEETING FOR JUNIOR. UNIT.HERELABOR.DAY Buccaneers got themselves! ] in a paraded his bunch of ball totser!: St. Louis .._........... 76It .S3S:

-I tight spot. to the cafe on the corner and I New York ......... .... 7.aIi .612
It's she. I do feel
> Don't lie' .. yon ought to '
.. --- I ._ ._.___ 76 50 .603Pittsburgh
Nellie'nodded"He' know as you're making the sacrifice .I NCREASlLEAD I treated them to their own gusto. Chicago .

left LondoJa..Wllerehaa she of letting her divorce you. I i WILL BE HELD AT. .,I Florencio Acevedo Sr., rani unu........ 71 55 .;)63I
gone with him? '. can't think how she's going to getaway I 1 ---- Pitcher Joe Casa. all over the diamond Nodine rated the best third I I Brooklyn] ..n. .... .__.. 56 67 ..I 5S

Nelly broke down altogether. It with it. I suppose It's Albery's CARBONELL HOM TOMORROW i I I when Joe went in to hurl sacker in diamondbalL Philadelphia] __..u. 53 70 .431

was with difficulty that Laurie sot money that has turned her head. I'DETROIT. TIGERS, .BLANK. ATHLETICS -.I NIGHT AT 7:30 1 PLAYERS ON LOPEZ FUNERAL: for the Pirates in a series Cincinnati ..._u_...._ 54 72 .429

the. sense of her disjointed words. He had silenced her with a few 1! AS YANKS TAKE j HOME TEN AND BUSY BEE;: Machin. Sr.. crawled out of a Boston .........___ ....m 33 88 .273
Parts-Hotel Menrtce rne de W- words, but the poison.worked. la hiseIDL. (t I gamt"I' rat hole whenever M&chin, Jr.. got
Toll-they left yeiterdaj:--were to .'" '" j TWO; CUBS SPLIT TWO-PLY : 1 OUTFIT ANALYZED BY Old man Sevilla shut a hit, stole a base or scored a run. ........................
be back In the middle of the weeka Was this girl who set behind himthat 'I Key West Tennis Association Pirate! after that team ut him
dead secret sort .of:woman? Of course beknew i AFFAIR WITH BRAVES' 'will meet tomorrow evening at !, SPORTS WRITER 'out of the club because he wag i Henry Mayg walked about town Today In History

Are they married?" Laurie asked young Dallas and she had met i 7:30 o'clock at the home of Ignacio -i :| v.orthless to the champions. high-chested: because he had driven .......................
In dun voice. at Gretton. But was she carrying on' Carbonell on Southsfd street. I.
I I in the winning run for his
i'tfrrlmt 1m, t\f Ciller ) I Arlm-: i 1526 Battle of Mohatx
"I don't know. Glad was awfully an intrigue with him-woen she was I NEW YORK. Aug. 29.-The St This is an important meeting it j (By JOVE) Norman and Diego team. and

close.about that But I expect set going to marry Albery? She was Louis Cardinals took both : I! is !
She wouldn't have cone would she!! mercenary; she must be. She wa i doubleheader from the gamesof Phil. i I been requested to attend. ElectionI on Labor Day Tor: the Junior Pa-'I during a contest; in, which Del l Bobby Schultz paced nervouslyup I took thousands into slavery.
I couldn't: get anything out of her." not In love with Albery: be was sure a 1 '' '
I of officers for the comnig year Monte and The Citizen 'were battling and down the Athletic Club
'Neilyyou've of that.. lies' and thereby increased their trot.Robert I Alexandria. Va., ransomed
done a cruel thing will be held and committee for the diamondbaJI
a ap'i Bethel] and Howard city almost
said' Laurie unmercifully.. You The Journey to.Laurie was like a lead in the National League to I I erena the night Willie Jackson itsef: from English who had
to be in charge of the 1935 Gates will be the ?championship.
pointed opposing pitch- in
: knocked Nebo
ought to hare told me at once. You dream. They flew' steadily on and two and a half] gzjnes over the I out Johnny just burned Washington by the
ought to havQ stopped her going on..: It grew dark. Every now and New York Giants woh lost a tennis tournamentThe 1 ers. the first round of their second en payment of more than 1100.000
somehow. Ill to:>> 'getting 'on now. then she looked down and saw lights f double bill to the Pittsburgh Pi I tournament this year will | I predict that with those great:I Robert Bethel. ] got a shiny $10 counter. in goods.
like fireflies tar below. She did not decide whether Peter Varela J>pitchers the box the game will '!
1 ;..must,get to Paris as soon as It rates. | -- -..-.. .--
be done. know whether Jt lasted six hoursor present holder of the cap will be ;,: go over the required nine inningsand i ---
can The league-leading Detroit TH; I 1842-Treaty; signed: between
Laurie knew well enough that one. If they rose or dipped she their home-i allowed to keep the trophy. Va that it will be hard for any-;:I WARBLER! I I
gets wound up longest ;r has i' \ TRIMS BUSY BEE TEAM Britain and China ending! war, by
held the championshipfor ;
rela .
glfls went away on holiday trips was unaware of It. stand of the season by shutting one to score.Ingraham I which China l-aid $21.000,000
with their young men nowadays They did not exchange a single I two consecutive years. Should and M. Acevedo will
put the Athletics, 11 to 0. opened its chief ports to Englishand
She knew that the world at large word until they circled down Into a he win this ''ear's contest ,the cup be; behind the plate. I II BEACON BUNCH
After dividing three. doubleheaders ] pave; away Hong Kong.
thought Uttle of It. But Glad was sea of light and landed at Le Bour- with the White Sox in aim'sr I will remain in his possesion. I Pena and Sterling will be at!
her sister the apple of her eye.The get as easily as a gull drops on to( I J jrar t. Pena fields like nobody's'business '
? days, the Yankees 'came, ........... j 1853--American explorer: Eli-
quickest way to Parts was by the sea. ............ but Sterling hit the
air. of course. thion h with a twin triumph,in,the I. t i' old apple hard. can !I DIAMONDBALL GAME AT BAR DIAMOND BALL CAMS PLAYEDAT sha Kent Kane, in search of Sir:
"A LITTLE after'mldnlght.- fourth to tack a successful ending FQLLOWING.THROUGH I John FTMiklin, reached "farthest
She found the nearest telephonecall ,
> Joe and will
Hale Artman hold]
box and rang up Rex Moore a! !* Moore said looking at his on their otherwise dismal road a | down the middle sack. Both artgood ,. RACKS RESULTS IN PARK LAST NIGHT RESULTED north" a record which stood for

Gretton. only to find,that he was In watch when they stood once more trip. and fast SCORE OF 7.6 IN SCORE OF 21.7 many y al1l.RUSSELL'S.
London. Half crazy with anxiety on land. "Not too bad time. Did Washington and St .Louis divided t I.
At third will be E. Albury and
she got the Chelsea flat and when you like It or did it bore your* a double bill, the Senators
IP. who in their
his voice answered she felt sick "I 1 don't know. she answered snapping a Brownie winning streak I, Castro are good 1
with relief but spoke In the calm- truthfully. I at five to take the first 10 (By JOVE) position.! A. Goehring of the Warbler ten (By JOVE)
I I I.f................e.a e.b I Short position will be handled
eft voice."I lie said nothing more,but took her to 2. The second contest a pitch- J poked a long home run over the In a diamondball game playedlast

want yon to take me by air to through the Customs and the Passport I nig duel between Ivy Andrews and I B. E. Bentley has asked me to ,i' by Baker cjid Armando two of the left field fence to break up apitchers' night at Bayview Park the 1

Parts at once. Can your office. Jack Russell, was finished in the thank: through this column the best in the city. "' defeated the league-
battle Busy! Bees
'He did not show the-faintest ants They found the car waiting to record time of an hour and 19 minutes Hospitality Band. The ArtmanPre's. I In the outfield.: Lopez will have t between Stickney byI,

priseOf drive them to Paris. '. Andrews and the Browns getting -:I The Key, West Citizen. Eu- : Gopher Gonzalez. Machin and and -Chief" Peterson in a dial leading Bermuda Bakery ten \

course I can Laurie. As It "Where do you want to go to?" : the decision 2 to 1. gene: Roberts.. Arthur Sheppard of Quintan Lopez and the Bees willhave !i mondball game played yesterday the football score of 21 to 7.

happens*I flew my plane to Croydon l "I don't want to tell yon." The Cleveland] .Indians won their .. the Recreation Department the P. CarbonelL. Roberts and' I Iat the Army,, Barracks The Bermuda Bakery cub! CIGAR STORE0
this morning' and It Is.there. But "And, yon don't want to tell me f i Sweeting. j
ball players and each and !
rerics with the Boston Red Sox every made three in the first frame
i The latter up only seven!
what) about-Alber1r what you are.here for Both clubs are evenly] matched. gave
who directly indirectly
"I most get,to Parta as soon as "No. It Js. private business" I three games out of five by blanking ] one or I The contest will begin at 3 bits while Stickney allowed 12. and it looked like a good ball] game -
helped to make the game I p. I
; the visitors. 2 to 0, in the first
possible. She took no notice of his "It must be deucedly) Important"he until the third frame.
m. sharp.TODAY'S. but was given: excellent: supportB. I
Tuesday night a grand success. : Baseball
game Returns
of doubleheader and then .
question. "Could we get there tonight said In tbo old mocking way.
?" "It Is." going on to win the second 3 -.-- I Goehring handled six chances: The Busy Bees scored in every

"Certainly m ring np the air "Does Albery know. yon are com I to Boxing* instruction will begin at GAMES. without a bobble. '. inning. By 'Wire

field. Wherear., yon?" ing over here!", 1.The battered Dodgers.earned an I II the Coral Isle Casino tomorrow:: ,; Dementt and Stanley starred Leading hitters were P. Castro.

"In Streatham. "Xo. I don't want anybody to ven break in their four-game. series afternoon and each and every AMERICAN LEAGUE for the Lighthouse. and A. Acevedo with three. safeties -0-

"Then you'd better.meet me at know. That' why I asked yon to I with Cincinnati by beating.the 1 1I I young man of Key West is invited Boston at Philadelphia] -W.Fsrrell .I Score by innings: R. in six times at.bat.: COME IN AND GET THE

Croydon." bring me." Reds to 2 in the final encounter, to come out at 2 p. m. everyday : vs. Marccm.j (Lighthouse .... .__ 210 000 1206I In the field Hale Armando. and. RESULTS OF THE

"I haven't: any money. Perhapr "A compliment I'm sure." The I Ray Benge kept eight Cincinnatihits : and ]learn the crt of self de- I j Detroit at St Louis. i Warbler] ---.-- 400 002 001-7 Pena starred.

just. enough to pay a taiL""That' ugly poison still worked. Was she r !'! well scattered. II fense.! Capable instructors will be I Only games scheduled.NATIONAL Batteries: Stickney and Baker; Score by innings: R. H. El MAJOR BASEBALL

.doesn't matter I bye over here to meet this young Dallas? Wally Berger's twenty-eighth there. i" i Peterson and Mean.EJECTED Bakery 310 ,000 0037 7 14 i LEAGUES0

plenty. You're In trouble. Laurie Impossible. She"couldn't have asked I home run of the season gave the i t LEAGUE I Bees '... 126 122 3-1x-21 11 3 -
"Yes." a him to pilot her in that case. She | Brooklyn at New YorkBabichI Garcia 'Roberts I
FROM HOME Batteries C.
lowly Boston Braves 2 to 1 vic ; I
a The Senior Diamondball Leagueclubs : CIGARS CIGARETTES
"Get Croydon as soon as .)'OU would have to be Insane: to do that. ,
I Castleman. Ward Bethel 1 and
tory in the first of doubleheader ] Vi! and'A. Castro; ,
game a will have to furnish their !
can. Ill be a.little after you but There were no other (passengersfor with the Chicago Cubs, but I the the I St. Louis at PittsbnrghJ.I .i I SEATTLE.-Charles.O'Brien of &Lj Ace edo. I SOFT DRINKS,
when we get there, we won't waste Paris. own balls in future as .
( vs. Weaver. this city got court order ejecting ETC.Don't .
any time" "You must tell the driver where Lon Warneke beat the cellar- Recreational Dip: ; .rtment cannot I
dwellers 5 to 2 in the second 1 I Chicago at BOlton-Lee vs. his mother-in-law from his home Subscribe to The. Citizen-20c.
Laurie did not hare ta wait long: you want to go. he said coolly. game. supply balls and lose them after
for, Rex Moore at Croydon.His "To the Place de la Concorde." The summaries follow: I I tie game. As to gloves] I think Frankhouse. I and forbidding her to. return. weekly] \ .;'
plane was ready for him when Laurie had been In Paris only once NATIONAL LEAGUE the sponsors of clubs will have -- -- -

he arrived before last year when she and First Game. 1 I to furnish them in the future for I
He her 'swift handshake Glad had week there At Philadelphia R. H. E.
gave a spent a on a a glove or two are lost every:I i ,
an8 ,a piercing look from his grey conducted tour. She knew that the St. ,Louis __.___*_ 5 13 0 I i i Came.I COME IN

c'CI.lIt up with the energy of action. rue de RIvoli ended at the Place Philadelphia ...............__ 160 i _
He also gave her pads of cotton de la Concorde. "Are you comingto Batteries: Heusser and .Davis;i I I r SEE
I where William Cates is the AND
wool to put In her ears to shut out Paris too?" she asked him sus Davis and Todd. I,' see I e
the noise of the engines and borrowed piciously. leading hitter on the Sanford club
!. at present He has 50' safeties to a I this/ footprint evidence/ ,
a flying coat for her. as Itwas "Naturally. I don't want to spend
going to. be chilly up aloft. i the night here. !May I ask. do you Second Game I I If I |his credit in 190 times at bat, for I These tread Imprint are typical
want me to take yon back?" At Philadelphia] R. II. E. !I I an average of .263 and he is improving 1 : of Korea we've taken from

IT was a scene that Laurie never "I don't know-oh. no. of course ft. Louis .............._13 19' 2 every da). lie hit safely, "G-3V'on local car: *-alter i
forgot. The last lingering rays of not!" She realized that: there was no Philadelphia] _._ 572 three times in his last g:-;ne. I believe I delivering record mileage

daylight swallowed In the, glaring room for Gladys In the plane. And Batteries: Hallahan and De- : he will be in the .300 class Note the sharp non-skid atlll,

lamps of the field., The sense of she was not going! to leave Paris lancey; Walters and Wilson! (before the' season' is over remaining-proof that there
unreality of adventure: and. In the I without Glad. t U. still thousand of
midst of i it. the casual chatter of a The car moved away I W mile of safety
First Came The Senior Diamondball) League take chances on that Labor Day
party of,Americans who had ,Just I Again the journey: was:! made In leftinthesetrip
At New York R. II. E. has four clabs. Only two will be '
landed from Cherbourg. and the complete silence. -. put, or.new Goodyear "G-3M All-1 tread
Pittsburgh ... _.. 6 9 0 .in? the fight for first and second
When drew the _- %,
calmly sleeping little face of a babyIn they up at corner : I i iI
the arms of a nurse. ; I of the Place Rex Moore helped her New York *........-._.-...\Vf 5 & )place.They are the Lopez ten Weathers. We can, show:, you footprint,/

Rex Moore did Dot"ask her a 'out of the car. and asked her: I Batteries: Blantontand)Jjrai.;land the Busy Bees. The Firemen ,I records of "G-3's" driven,.right, here in *w /'.'/- ,
single Question. "Laurie.: won't you trust me?" t Hubbell Smith and' !Slancuse( ? 'end Bermuda Bakery: : outfits will l that ALL-WEATHER
town this famous tire will ]
Laurie, was too preoccupied to ex "I ican't Please don't keep me t I be fighting. to Veen out of the prove aimwmmmmi

pertence, the sensation of flying.. It talking!" i cellar.1 ,I give you .
sic\ perfect weather.. She noticed "Do you expect me to leave you 1---1" ,

nothing not even the noise-of' the alone in Paris at this time of night?" : In? the Social Diamondball' loop i" LONGER, /Nd11-SKID. MILEAGE Ly
engine. "I'm quite all right Please, I must 43al. '
: !" I New York ..-.t.< .,._. 3.14 1 : the four clubs ere more evenly i; a'no. extra coat'Don't ,
sat In a kind of trance behind hurry : matched jit will be hard to tell _
Rex and she lie looked at her and his voice Batteries: Swift and Grace; "
caught Moore.sight of Now his profile then' as he changed. Parmelee, Smith and Mancu<,o. which tearaj*ill Tin in this }league. I buy tires. until you.see how MUCH: Zt
turned his head His face was set "All right. Laurie. I am going to Today the Lighthouse ten will play I I I1IORE VALUE how MUCIJ MORE 'c' .
the Bayview Stars. Sunday
He ,had no thought she felL but the Grand Hotel close to the Opera At Brooklyn R. II. E. SAFETY the w
at the Army Barracks the Beacon largest tire manufacturer .
that of steering them across the Promise me that you will let ma Cincinnati __ _.,. 282
night skies to their destination.But hear from you later on in the morn Brooklyn] _.......__ 49. 1'I', crew :will tackle the Service I i offers you at prices as low as any. .
she was wrong. Rex Moore Ing. I'm not asking! any more questions Batteries: Derringer and Lom- outfit in the first game and the,I Miles x0(71 Miles
was thinking of her. Ills thoughts ,but I'm not budging from Part !i I i Administration team will play Itx,r,vS6 eoa... Wii ... .......-
b&rdi Babich and Lopez. I II
: ; Teal nn-r mwCCuts.:
were gloomy and harsh. He was remembering until I've beard from you." '; Uncle Sam s boys in the nightcap. w.-.o.c.
what Wanda Steete had "Thank you. Rex. HI let yon hear I I'
said to him yesterday. Her wordsof Tram: me It I can but I'm not goingto First Game I IAt I Cleveland jj_ ....__._..... 3 12 0 J.a t17N: art sdass l'k.mo w.rw1t. Mar
Boston R, II. E. 'I' at. l.riotty N.Gt
sympathy had been like so many promise. Batteries; Rhodes and Ferrell); L.oi.,1
Chicago .. 1 11 1!!'I Harder f S'p
stabs 111! wait until I do. and BrenzeL i if I

"You know how 1 hate gossip and fcopyrlebs. HIS. Coralie Stantont Boston __._ ..__....-_. ..,2 C Oi I i E JIo IAI
scandal Rex but you were well rid Batteries: Root and Hartnett;! First Came : if' ;
Tomorrow. Laurie tries t. end; I' rr4Y E
of your wife. I hate running.down! tier aiddy .ter. Cantwell and Spohrer. I At St. Louis R. IL E. CyoOd ; A 0

i i Washingto _._____.____10 14 0 Its S ail ous 'P 10 i .a/ue made t0 ,

........................1.1oday's noted. ] born. Second Came ;!: St Louis ;J*:---u.-. 252 Yew tau? s w Poe alb e only d bsttwY cart can ,
geographer-explorer {
At Boston R.&E. Batteries iLinke and Starr ; g saj34a' tdtY t
; .
Birthdays in Boston 60; years ago. Chicago ..._..._._'__ 590 Thomas and Hemsley.] gustier.t Jo.3J. a.xr: :;' of b9 ddb pdeealoeGood 1o?yea Pisen >at

........._ 271 tares 'ery4 l '
Boston .... Aitbln:, writ +* : uya> s sno llttl.
........................ James Crawford Biggs of N. C., Batteries: \\arneke and lIart.: Second Game -* "....... .- T2gr: 8uayx J'earb.UlltOOd.pdce the. t lot 1 cast a S

U. S. Senator Tat Harrison ofMississippi. : former U. S. Solicitor General i nctt; Betts end Spohrer. ,i iI At St Louis R. II. R reach 11 ..7S-1' Cash L HKn-___ nteed. tare _

., born at Crystal I born at .oxr mI. N. CL, 63 years Washington .._.._...__. 160 *" *4 1 ,I":. Sp *tf* J.$ .2l ._ ooe9
Spring/ MI e., 54 years ago. tgo. AMERICAN LEAGUE. SL Louis! _.._.._..*..-.....,. 262 ....1eelS $ Larger, .' $1:" ."

.- *f't II I At Detroit R. II. E.I j jI Batteries: Russell and Hoi- $,6 u'I: I., Pro i ., AtI.J.,.. $6M

Former.. Governor.,. Albert t. C. President Albert Lebrcn orFnnce. I Philadelphia ._._....= 0 4 0, brook Cain and. Heath. 1 .. HIBLE I9ARANTEE

Detroit .. __11 11
Ritchie of Maryland, born at .Richmond born 64 years ago. | -
Goodyear Tires
i and on against
Batteries: Msrtain 01 First Came I
Va.. 59 f
years tgo. *" road injuries and defects -
jfcrds Auker and. Cochran i
I Count Maurice Maeterlinck I ; At Chicago'! R. H, E. t J In writing.

famed Belgian born I New York .._...____ 9 15 1--
author 73
Charles: F, Kettering of Dayton I rant Came Chicago .e.u.u__... 152 t .
0., famed inventor-head of General years ago. At Cleveland R. IL E Batteries: Allen and Dickey; as low osi,

Motors Research, born in : Boston _._......_ 040 LyonzandSewe1L:: '

AthUnd Co., Ohio,. 59 years ago. MAD.UP. IN COURT Cleveland m_'__'__ 2 10 1\, .t- COLONIAL .1..S. I .

Batteries: Grove and Terrell; Second. Game : '

Dr. Wiljiam F. G. Swann of I TULSA. Okla.-During their Lee and Phillips. At Chicago R.. IL E. CLARENCE 8'0. ,

Swrthmore. PJU, famed, physicist, divorce trial in this city, I. II. New .York; ,_._..__. 5 12 1 eI
born in England, 51 )!"-. *go.. : Dawson'smiled at his wife. She re- Second CajB.. Chicago '::iH_ .___e 351 Colonial Hotel.BIfc. on.Fleming.Street

I turned his smile and they made At Cleveland R. H. E. I i Batteries: Rofing.aQd Jotgens, q wee L

Alexander 11. P.iceof-Neff .'npl Boston ._ i" 0 Dickey "Whitehead and Shea.. I
York e e ; _
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Enjoyable Party On Tuesday Z There were 13
issued during the month

Night Honoring Jack PorterA to date from the of rice
Hugh Gunn This num

U more than were :

surprise party was given I; Winifred Marshall, Nellie Mae III r' July and two less than t

Tuesday night by Ramona Cervantes i, Albury, Rebecca Wljl te, Gwend- Only two of these -
at the Coral Isle Casino in the week ;
line Borden, Delia Burchell, Car-
honor!; of. Jack Porter's sixteenth, These authorized the
men Herce, Vilna Alfonso, Shirleyand i
birthday anniversary. It was also: of Charles It. Hall and

a farewell party as Jack will leave I i Mary Sands, Joe Watkins, I Serenco; Edward It.,

for his home i in Mississippi next Clyde Stickney, George Del Pino, and Dorothy Cleare. the

week. George 'Sawyer, Arsenio and An- !
The evening was enjoyed by a
Subscribe to The
tonia Betancourt I
Hilary Albury,
large ,number, with dancing and J weekly. I : : -
George.Lee. '
games'predominating. With the quaint double-decked Imlay Coaches, the ancient Baltimore & Ohio engine is !
Evelio Rueda Solano
Delicious refreshments were Jack ,
like old. It the to Smithsonian Institution, where it PAL.
Frank Manuel stepping out a two-year is on way I
served. Rodriguez, Lopez,
Those attending the party were: William Wickers, William Monsal- will be run daily during the 4-month celebration of the Centennial of the First Railroad Bob Steele in '

Jack Porter, Otilia, Blanea; Lola vatge, Joe Huau, Joe Farto, Harry Train into the Nation's Capital. August 25, 1835. RIDERS OF THE

and Ramona Cervantes, Florence Roberts, Harry Wickers Charles Comedy and Serial,

Dillon, Madge Sands, Helen Archer Monroe, Walter Acostav Alvin 555 555.55 SSS 555 .55" Miracle Rider" i

Anita,Salgado, Aurora Diaz, Acosta. Lee Bert Knowles, Man- SPECIAL PRICES
i SUNDAY DINNERBy Matinees 5-IO, ;
Barbara Thompson, Helen Porter, uel Cervantes, Mario, fierce, CLASSIFIED ;

Florence Roberts Helen Curry, Emerson Beccaise, Joe Henriquez, ON PERMANENTS S a 1 -

Celina Betancourt, Barbara Loans, Paul Monsalvatge and Charles I
I .
Juanita Dongo. Gomez.

._. _, --------- ,'........................ .I ANN PAGE Xi ,,i: "
) rs. Camille Moomaw, beauty I I Labor Day weekend demands
Bridge Party t Last Evening In expert at Berlin Sa;vyer's Beauty Advertisements under this head THE, meal planning and roarVetinfr. i
I Shoppe, will return to Miami on will be inserted in The Citizen at I There, will be many outings and
I' but the
weekend trips stay-
Honor Of Miss Pearl Hermann September 13 and for the last 12 the rate of Ic a word for each insertion at-homes camping will probably hare a roast JACKSON V e
days of her appointment at this but the minimum for the for Sunday and enjoy the leftovers' in

-- beauty salon has announced on first insertion in every instance is a picnic Beef, is type a little dinner less on expensive Monday. lamb The WASHINGTON GEORGE I .

A delightful and enjoyable hostess in serving refreshments, the: front page of this issue of The 25c. and poultry continue to be moderate,. 100. II-_.._. '.:
bridge party..was given last eve- I and Miss Goldie Lewinsky held Citizen special prices on permanent Paymentfor classified adver- If there is to be a large family gather 14wi R.amdS1.._01 '-, I
ing.. Roast Lamb is a reasonable holiday ... -.. .........
ning at the home of Herman Holts- high score in the bridge games. *. tisements is invariably in advance, choice. Corn. beam, tomatoes --too i I

berg in honor of Muss Pearl Ber- Those present were: but regular advertisers with ledger eggplant, and squash are low in price.. GAIAGI.....--......

mann. Misses Ida intraub. Goldie BONUS VETO MAIN accounts: may have their advertise- Potatoes, oranges remain melons cheap., and Seedless.grapes pears tATES.l250d---

'Dancing was the main featureof Lewinsky, Ella Friedman, Angela ments charged. are inexpensive and will keep well for +" ':

the evening's entertainment, Salgado, Tillie Weintraub; Messrs. ISSUE IN I CONGRESS I Advertisers should give their the entire weekend.Following I
are two Sunday dinner
while other forms of Ed Adams, Raymond Einhorn I street address well their tele-
many as as menus and a menu tot Labor Day, fling -
ment were participated- amuse-I Sydney Aronovitz. Fred Knight, (Continued from Page One) 01 phone number if they desire re- seasonable foods: a II II I I

delight of those present. Alfred Sawyer and Herman He-Its-j!1! First come those favoring dis sults.With Low Cost Dinner :;-1, e+ 1i,; .Fwd.r ..
Inss' Ella Freidman acted each classified advertise-
as.berg. I solution. They pass in a c\n-I I Fried Fish Stewed Tomatoes I
.- ment The Citizen will give free an Hashed Browned Potatoes c } .
fused, wavering line down an Autostrop Razor Outfit. Ask for Corn Muffins Butter ...

Pre-Labor Day Dance !Plan Dance At aisle between two members who it. Lemon Jelly i
Hot or Iced Tea or Coffee Milt FbLAGLER
tap them, count them one by one. 1ti
At Habana-Madrid Cuban Club : FOR RENT Medium Cost Dinner Its Rm.... d.rml .
It. appears early that a much bigger -I .. ....... ....
Roast Leg of Lamb I
Habana:Iadrid Club will holda II Robert,J. Perry Chapter, Orderof line is forming to 50 through BUNGALOW FOR RENTModern Browned Potatoes Glazed Carrots -Mad-w.....Mo4-..

Pre-Labor Day Dance at the DeMolay, will sponsor a Labor the tellers later in opposition to! conveniences and garages. Tomato Rolls and and Lettuce Butter Salad -GAIAGE...dmd. .,

clubhouse at Front and Duval Day Dance at the Cuban Club the bill. Then tall Speaker Byrns,I Apply Valdes, Bakery. Grape and Melon Cup RATES.SILD.d n"
Hot Iced Tea Coffee Milt
augS-I mo CT or
streets on Saturday evening at I who doesn't }have to vote, hits the l "
at 9:30 WEST- PALM
the usual hour.Management. Monday evening starting Labor Day Menu of
trail in behalf of the administration.
of the club is .o'clock. FOR RENT-Completely fur-
I Chilled Tomato Juice
Administration strike
preparing for a big crowd at this Music for the occasion will be men nished bungalow with garage Assorted Cold Meats Stuffed Eggs I
dance Serpentines and favors up applause, some rhout and and all modern conveniences. Potato and Cucumber Salad ..N .Yi1a'p' a a?
furnished by John Pritchard'spopular
I Pickles Olives ,;l.r sung o'a.i
whistle. The opirasitionists walk Apply 905 South street. .
will .add to the frolics of the eve- Bread and Butter Sandwiches i i
ning. orchestra. unimpressed. The President loses aug28-tf Frosted pevil's Food Cake
in the vote.Toward. Ginger Ale Coffee Milk phi ifs

Junior Club To Fern Chapter To Permanent LawsIt PIANO TUNING -JarkM ....11.'. ......1.. Hotel1*
was a session of sharp issues,
Assemble Friday : Enjoy Picnic of flaring investigations, and the PIANO TUNER, Laureano Mo- THE SEMINOLEJarkMMivlllr. Tat GEORGE
t' tOO !....vlik ..<.. ..4
I! longest since the second session of'1 reno. Excellent piano for sale 0.- ..... ....... ...... .
Social meeting of the Junior There will be a picnic: given by the 67th congress, which closed I I cheap. 1018 Division street. ..e.s..dmenI.,-.d
Woman's Club will be a Cabana, Fern Chapter 21, Order of East- September 22, 1922, after 292 au 26-1mox IATES 12.00 ... ... GARAGE I

Rest Beach. Hostesses Star, Friday afternoon dtys. Bills introduced' went well I
Party on ern on ROBERT]: KkOEPPEt: :l : I 4f 4i I

will be Mrs. Raymond Curry, Mrs,from 4 to 7 o'clock at Rest Beach, above 12,000 but above and beyond ROOMS --- -- .- .
---------- --- '-- -- -
Harry Pritchard and Miss Rita Cabana No. 2. during which time stood the central themof oa s .t I
Pinder. the birthday anniversary of Rob- recovery and reform. The great unexcelled -
I in and location,
Members and their guests will ert Norris founder of the organization measures of .their selSion-bank-
I running water. 128 N. E. 4th
meet at Cabana No. 13 at 5 will be celebrated. :ng. social security, wealth taxation 1 Miami
street, Fla. aug26lmoxFOR
o'clock tomorrow afternoon. All members are urged to at- power regulation-stood ,I.

Games will be played. ?,Prizes will tend, while an invitation is also close to the he>rt of the Roose- SALE Florida
be. given to winners of foot and extended, all visiting members to velt I-Ian for a changed social or- ;
!!'i :. i, CHAS.' B. (.RI:>F.n, M......
i bicycle races. be present. der.! Save for the fourbilliondollar l- : FOR SALE CHEAP-Second hand human home-like Institution
work-relief bill '' ....,....
nearly every Axminstcf Velvet' Regs. Sizes )ou will find year I.
major proposal 1 toward ._..r. ..* rmlrrtmtrnmtmt a matA -
was Safe
permIanent I Jxl2. 9 to 12 A. M. I"
..... .. .. .... of great Importance. :
legislation, whereas before I Frank Johnson, 130 Duval 7J! !
.p is .NAL..M. N.T N. action had been the I /
emergency street. ang28 .
I I chief goal. ,I I tel I.) eke flrt.heart....f ......rte.1..city leveled. ,

r ..........a.........:............................ It was a session, too, of "writeor OLD PAPERS FOR SALE-Two
-- - - - - - - - I -
wire congressman: ," without bundles for 5c. The Citizen:; Of-
.Mrs. Willard Russell and daughter :, Mrs. Sylvia de la Torres, daughters the Every Room with Combination Tub
Betty Jane returned yesterday -I Sylvieta and Esther, _who known parallel. Before fice. oct16 and Shower.. Bath RadioEiectnc
;, senate's vote refusing American I Ceiling .n. Slat Door for Summer ,.I
from a vacation with\ relativesand were visiting with relatives in Ventilation Comfortable Bed with DD
adherence to the world court, messenger STOVE
f Mattresses of Inner Spring Construction -
friends in Miami. Key West, left yesterday on the ; boys etsKtrered!' under piles 4 I t: I and Individual Reading -
Steamship Cuba for Havana en of telegrams estimated to have. Lyle Talbot-Valerie Hobson in Lamps.
Jefferson Browne route to their home in Cardenas. CHINATOWN SQUAD
Judge B. totaled more than 40.000 as a result i RATES!
who was presiding over Judge UlyG. 1 of radio af-eals for and Lillian Harvey and Tullio Sled.
Thompson's branch of the |I Carminatti inLETS ?* h__.. Private Hatho 52.55:
Miss Antoinette Sullivan, of against the court. ;
I LIVE TONIGHT ROOM. Private Hath 2.54t ; ROUND-UP is bringing in old ?stovesleery
Circuit Court in Miami, for the Fort Lauderdale, was an arrivalon TowsrJ, the eT better part of a month, returned the Havana Special yesterdayfor was the center ',1,Conversation tl| Matinee: Balcony, lOc'; Orchestra 24 'h__.. PrlTale... Hath _.M a.a day. Don't miss this opportunity
15-20c I. Sawplc nee. Private Bath Lea
; ; Night: 15-25c
yesterday. members themselves. A few: to change YOUR old stove for modern
a stay as guest of her brother- among -- ---- &I.IGIIT'nEAlJo: : FOIL UULBLHOCCI7PANCT : a
in-law and sister. )lr. and Mrs. "played hookey. Most wanted toj r gas range:

MillS Helen Hoeffel and brother George Gomez, at the home on go home.v'rivately, they com- BENJAMIN LOPEZ a

Joe, who were spending a vaca- North Beach. that the country was tiring FUNERAL HOME I -
tion with relatives in Fort Lauderdale of them. They wanted to getaway .. Serviag Key West Here are the special Round-up features: -

returned yesterday to build political fences, to Half Century ... ni.
Mrs. Sybil Barker, who was rel-in see old friends. But most of ajl- 24 Hoar AmbalaDc. Semc. Richardson's GroceryFRIDAY Tra -m-allowances up to $15. -, -

Mrs Beryl Curry and son Ken- Key West for a week visiting tired sometimes angry and be- Licensed E.ba.er AND SATURDAY

neth, who were in Miami as atives and friends left yesterdayfor fuddled and not physically up to Phone 135' Night 696-\\ A brand new DeLuxe -
Miami route to her home in SPECIALSI gas range
guest of Mrs. Curry's sister, en itmdard-tbey wanted only to
Mrs Leon !MacFarland returnedover Tampa.A. I with every modern feature, built to our 1

the East Coast yesterday. rest.Territorial authorities keep ID .. 26c own specifications especially for the

D.' Luethi left over the East visiting dogs under observationfor -< I M..wellHo..e, Coffee tt 31e Round-up, for only $49.50 (and your

John Cates left yesterday aft- Coast yesterday for Miami wherehe six months to prevent rabies ARCHER'SGROCERY Bliss Coffee, tb ZSc old stove). a

ernoon for Miami to join Mrs. will, for a short time, be the from reaching Hawaii. Kaffa Haaj. n> X9e I

Cates who is visiting the chil-: guest of his son, Attorney Harry. Sugar, 5 Ibs. .. 27cMagnolia
Your unrestricted
Luethi. and stripped choice of every.
dren, and may return Sunday Aluminum copper, Milk, lie
with Mrs. Cates. from confiscated slot machines, "The Store That Serve. can. other range in stock. This unusual and distinctive: De-
Cream, 6 ,_ 38c and 41e
CARD OF THANKSWe ) Yon Best"t cans I Luxe Magic Chef gas range is only
are sold for scrap at public auc
1 Tomatoes, can _______- 5c
Mrs. Berlin Sands and daughter tion by the police of Oakland, ITS EASY TO JORDER Salt,. 3 pkgs. lOc24c t delay. Let us change your old one of the many models offered for
MSss Elizabeth, who were en-! are thus extending to Jelly, 3-lb box I' your selection during the Round-up.

joying a vacation in Miami with' many friends rend relatives thanks I' BY TELEPHONEJust I Pears, 2H> size-can 20c \ NOW. Begin today to enjoy the Standard equipment includes insulation

relatives and friends returned: for the many kindnesses and at- Calif.MALARIA give us a call l and in a Peaches, 2e} size can 17c use of a modern gas range-one that and these exclusive Magic

over the.:East Coast yesterday. I tentions shown during the illness loedone short tune your order will come Baked Beans, 6 cans 28c will COOK YOUR OWN WAY, perfectChef features: Red Wheel Lorain
the death of our
and after to you as yon expected. You ; Ovaltine, small. 35c Oven Heat Regulator,. lajric Chef
Rv I.. Bow, construction engineer -: Sue Elwood. To those who can save a lot of time and I Ovaltine. large 65c 1 ly and scientifically.DURING Automatic Top Lighter, Three-in-

with, the bridge projects on sent florals, who gave the use of Speedy 'RelieF of Chills _money by ordering your Pmnes, 2} size can __ 22c One Non-clog Top Burners and
cars, to Rev. Shiner Peele and the I I Ivory Flake., 3 pl.... .. 25c __
the -- --- -
keys, who was' in Weston groceries and food needs fromARCHER'S
Key and Fever i j Sanitary High Burner Tray. Oven
J _
choir of Fleming I Rose Milk, 5 cans __ 49c
business, left ,yesterday for by phone. 1 THE valve is of safety type. Enameled
Ufamorada. church, we offer heartfelt grati- Donl let Malaria tear you apart with i Onions, 2 lb. _,_.__u._ 12c
tude. its racking chills and burning fever.Trust We Welcome Respoasibl. Rican 3 .: s.SaniFInsh 23c -- --- -- -- throughout. Door and Drawer

Ed. Freyburg Jr.I'bo IVAN ELWOOD AND FAMILY. to no borne-made or mere makeshift rem- ,I Acco.... can. _________ 23c / / /I handles and gas. valve handles are
\ arrived ang29-ltx edies. Take the median prepared especially : < ?_ *,_ Ivory Soap, 6 bars _____ 34c of black bak lite. Special color
this week accompanied by his ] for :Malaria-Grove's Tasteless ,I All Competition met *with Eddy's Starch, 6 for 25eI9c e I 1 t combinations available on order.
mother, Mrs Eugenia Freyburg, Chin Tonic. Low Prices and
High Quality.
Lax Flakes _
2 pkgs.
During the Round-up only
for visit CroTastc1esa Chill Tonic gives real ,
a as guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Tony Arthur, left relief from :Malaria because it's a scientific SO Dowry
yesterday I HOTEL combination of tasteless quinine and Life Bnoy Soap, 3 ban __ 19e with
: year
afternoon for his home in St. : Order All Your Food Needs I 69 50(
tonic iron.The quinine tills the Malarial : I Palm Olive Soap. 3 ban 14c i $ .Id
Augustine. Mrs. Freyburg will i Business infection in the blood. The iron beads Through U. stave
In the Center of the j Octagon Soap 5 bars 23c

remain for a longer-stay. i and Theater District up further the system attack.and At the helps first fortify sign against of any i Fish Turtle : Lard, 2 Ibs __ 29c The oldest gas range If you have one of

SCHOOLGIRL SPECIAIPErlMANJEN'FwAVES attack of Malaria take Grove's Tasteless ; Fruits Vegetables Jello. 3 pJ.:... 20e still service rounded the "old timers" FLORIDA PUBLIC
Firs Class-Fireproof- Chill Tonic. Better still take it regularly i I Crab Meat can 33e up during the Seventh many

Sensible>> Rates during the Malaria season to ward off Meats Dial Tobacco, 2 cans __._.... 15c Annual Old Stove still in service, trade it

Two Permanents the disease.Grove's Tasteless. Chfll Tonicis Dairy. Products I Granger Tobacco, 3 pkgs. 25e will be taken UTILITIES CO.
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