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 30, 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: UF00048666:00106
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Ala ctllted Freu Day. Wirt .. Key West Florida has the

Service. b .,. !{t11 W"t (Ctttcn t most equable* weather in the

For 65 Yean Devoted to the* country; iC an average

Best Interests of Key West a. range of only Fahrenheit


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Congress 'Freshmen' Speak Out)* SOLICIT FUND J PALATABLE FLOUR,FROM KERNEL OF Speeches By Roosevelt Snell Seen As


First-Termers Upset TraditionOf ISLAND CITY I (fly Aweinted Press) Opening Guns Of Presidential Campaign

Heard' FORT WORTH, Texas Afcg. ton seed research and after com ._
Seen And Not --- .-
'Being .-King Cotton who already I pleting two advance scholarships, -

e COMMITTEE! :, DISCUSSING MAT feed clothes: it since the world the development, is on his way here to came to Harrell's mill here in SCHOOL BOARD NAMES TEACHERS TO 11 Unusually Early Party Activities

TER THIS AFTERNOON; 1932 to begin his work.

Cite Record Of Achievements 11111 :MEETING HELD LAST NIGHT of kernel a palatable of cotton flour seed. from the. For six months McMath applied I PRESIDE DURING APPROACHING TERMThe I Are Now Being

OGDEN LANDS FINE I Credit for the discovery and himself .to learning operations of I
And Success In ON SUBJECT perfection of the flour, which has' the mill from the time the seed I Noted Among Various
SPECIMEN OF JEW FISHA.oth.r won the approval of the American entered the warehouse until i it J
Themselves Medical Association's compnittee 1 tentative list of the facul- APPROVE KEYIVEST InterestsBy
Projecting was turned out in one of its many
fine specimen of Plans to commence a campaignfor on foods, goes to C. W. McMath finished forms. Harrell then ties of public schools of Monroe

During Proceedings jewfisb was caught this morn. West young chemist and T. J. Harrell provided hi in with a fully-equip county as announced by the boardof \ PROJECT
jag by Henry Ogden while funds to advertise Key past president of the Texas Cot-, ped laboratory and experiments education of Monroe\ county. BYRON PRICE

fishing from the pier head of throughout the United States ton Seed Crushers' Association. i were begun in earnest. I Uhtrl .C ii err... Tar 'nrial*.
for the school term which begins
the Porter Dock Company's Practical feeding tests have! McMath lived with his problems lrru Ua.kiBK<..,
By(HERBERT By AMcl te4 PLUMMER Frrnmt wharf. S are.being discussed this afternoonby proven that the new basic foodis in the laboratory for eight months.At .I September 9, is csfollows: DEALS WITH COMPILING Although election day .till! is

WASHINGTON. Aug. 30_Th. The fish was one of the I a committee of promnient citizens ,rich in proteins.,contains Vita- the end of that time he was High School DATA ON HISTORY OF some 14 months away, the dis.
younger and highly prized mins "B" and "G" and furnishesthe confident he had attained his goal,1 Principal: Horace O'Bryant. position of political leaders now

74th congress all but knocked into specimens, just the right size I and business men in the body with much needed phos palatable human food from the Teachers: Bessie: Eagan Eliza ISLAND CITY is to speak of the 1936 campaign
for steaks, and weighing 150 phcrous. kernel of the cotton seed.
a cocked bat the tradition which Colonial HoteL Gardner, Wilhelmina Goehring, in. the present, rather than the
pounds. T Harrell sees in the new product I But test tube and commercial

has prevailed o. capital bill that This ia the fourteenth Present rat the meeting were a great potential source of rev- production were two different Margaret Gomez, Anna GUito'1 (Hr AMwiainl ITr..> I future, tense.
large jewfish which has been enue to cotton growers '; things. He reversed the procedure I Grace Hilton Jeanne Irvin JACKSONVILLE, Aug. 30. Various unusually early party
number of the house and senate caught from/ tie Porter wharf Bascom 1... Grooms, Dr. WilliamR. out the South. through-I'j and started again. Days and nightsof Kennedy, Dorothy A. Knowles, !activities .have contributed to this,

erring their first term should be this year. 'Warren; Dr. H. C. Galey, Joe "It is entirely possible that a work finally resulted in success Annie Lois Le vfe, Oscar' Norman,I Among the project. approved but the culminating event-widely
br. Armando great amount of cotton will be A flour, light tan in color Dumont Huddlcston, Lorace
._. and not beard. 1'.1111'cmcus Pearlman, secretary; raised mainly for the seed withina and rich.and smooth in texture Peeples, ACdah: Ramsey Hilde- by the Florida Works Pro'I'I regarded as a sort of ovrtain

Cob'o, Representative: B. C. Papy., few years" he says. "Even, came from the laboratory.The guard Russell Hildah Salis Edna I. rr... Administration and raiser-was the exchange .f
Glance th. list of ,
over names PARADE!{ W'm.! R. Porter B. D. Trevor and' larger and better seed may be next and largest problem Smith, Lorraine Thompson speeches between President Roosekvelt
the official congressional roster develop-I to Washington for final review i
on developed. j according to .Harrell,was Doris Welch. and Republican Ho... Leader
bracketed alongside the designation :1 Jack Golden. : Harrell had the cotton seed, ment of machinery capable of Division Street School and allocation of funds Snell.
"B|ginning of present ON LABOR DAY The principal idea of the meeting flour question in his mind as long) turning out the flour in large Principal: W. C. Duncan. I
Mr. Roosevelt
ago as 1926. He wasn't the first'Hundreds quantities.To Teachers: Florence Alb ry, was: disclaimed political -
service January 3, 1935. The I' to appoint a permanent com-
of others had thought! this end, then, McMath bent Charlotte Borden. Amelia L. intent but .he spoke over the.
record of achievement and success : ANNOUNCE LINE OF MARCH; mittee to inaugurate a drive to'Iof I the idea even worked at it,1!II his efforts. As a machinist het I Cabot, Miiam Carey Albert Key West-Compile date air to a Democratic party gather

in projecting themselves. into secure funds to widely advertise for more than 30 years. However,!evolved designs he believed would Carey, Frances Cochran Laura I on Key West' history. Federal' ing and he dealt almost e*.
the limelight of these "freshmen"is TO START AT SIMONTONAND I Key West and to embrace a larger -' no urgent need for experimentation accomplish his aims. Experts Cn.oe, Leona H. Felton, Susie elusively .
I with topics which
I funds
impressiv. STS. scope of territory than has. struck .Harrell until he, like, frankly were skeptical, but Har Gardner, May Hill, Eulalic Mathews -' asked $6,134.40. are.wrro..ded
In tne senate is Joseph F. Guf- been done in the past. : others was faced with dwindling, rell put $150,000 into the rev Sadie Muss, Ruth O' ryant. j by the most activepolitical

fey of Pennsylvania. Elected as I This afternoon's meeting is a markets of the depression. He! olutionary machinery. CIari.se Roberts. Msy; Sands, Mary ,! dispute.Mr. .
the first Democratic aenator from followup meeting to that of last,I sought a way out. I While Harrell and his associates Sweeting and Linton Vitte. RECENT VISITOR I Snell hardly alluded at all
that'state in something like 75:; The line of march for the Labor I night when aboct 50 prominent Determined to go after the!t tI looked on. the switch was turned. Harris School to political affiliations but his

years, the portly, gray-haired Day Circus parade was announced I business and professional men responded -'I problem scientifically, he went to j Gears and wheels roared into action Principal: W. C. Duncan. LIKES KEY \WEST address to the nation was de-
Pennsylvania not only \i* the today. Led by the American Le- to a call issued by Mr. Texas Agricultural &; Mechanical and a few minutes later cot- Teachers: Emma Albury. Isabel livered under the auspices of the

recognized boss of patronage in gion Drum f4nd Bugle Corps the I Porter and met In the county r College and there singled out Mc I ton seed flour, a new source of i j Ball. Alee Curvy, tents Grillion, i, Republican national committee,
Pennsylvania, but co-author of court house. I Math as the man he needed. The revenue for the southern farmer II) Charlotte HasLins, Mrs. Du- and his appeal for vote againstthe
the Guffey-Snyder coal bill one parade will pass up4; Greene street I Mr. Porter, who was elected young scientist specialized i in cot- was a reality. { mont Huddleston, Mary In- JERSEY RESIDENT WRITES)' New Deal was frank and

of the most far-reaching proposals from the corner of Simonton to lhairman, announced the idea and I ._ graham, JeSnie Mac Johnson. Ma-I
considered in the recent con Duval down Dural to Southard gate an eloquent exposition of ---" vereen Meador, Mary I'inder,tl EXPRESSING HOPE open.Motives, whether partisan or

gress. and then to the Navy Ball Field, I the necessity of a wide-spread advertising -I. FRUIT STEAMER I PUBLICITY GIVEN Florence Roberts, Jcmic Seymour OF RETURNING HERE not usually weigh far less than'
Rush D. Holt, of West Vir- where the circus will be staged: campaign to acquaint. Ethca Stricker, Thelma results ,where politic is involved.
ginia, baskej/ in the limelight as I the people of the country with ; Watk llla;. Helen Williams and : What the politicians think of n
few of, his seniors did while Monday night. what Key Pest has to offer as COMING TONIGHT STAMP EXHIBITION Norma Dppp. j jTeaeers I Miss the political effect, and most of
I \ Alber of Plain-
As the feature of the holiday Margaret ,
awaiting his SVth birthday per- the ideal winter and summer re' and the ::;hoot on the I rwhi them are.tbinhinlf ltBal iV e uvo
,putting ,bin4-i k.e. hi *eat in-th. MoodayU the circus which >wiU I sort. *.. -'**. .- ..- ,I r _-__" *. Ieys'to :!. 'they have been B.s-I! field, New Jersey was'tnTcrfpassengers > \ t speeches really opened a petit: al

senate. -....._ start at 7:30 P. M., with the gates M.\ K: Gilfond. WPA administrator ri';ned are as folio AS: on the Steamship campaign.
Investigator opening an hour and a' half ear- stated that he was heartily >, Russell Rock Harbor; Sue M. Granada, which was at Key West President Spoke To Youth
; in accord v.ith Mr. Porter's idea. LOWED'EIGHT HOURS FOR IN INTEREST OF COMING Moore, MaraUioi\ ; Charles Albury, I' This being true it is well worth
Sherman Minton of Indiana and lier is expected to draw a large 'august 16, making the only stopin
He told of the number of visitors I I I Matecumbc; Ferran Pinder, Matectrmbe while to examine the speeches and
Lewis Schwellenbach of W&l> crowd. West last PLEASURES ASHORE EXPOSITION Olive Engel: MatecumbciMr.ric I the United States, after leaving
"who came to Key ieason ; ; the surrounding circumstance. in
ton made names for binl-I Members of the Key Wct Ju- and of the number of yachts, I i \ Haskins. Tavcmier. I I II Philadelphia before going to some detail The following fact

senate investigators serving nior Patrol, and members of the proximately; 175, which were in 1 Lesba KsquiniMo has. been | Frontera, Mexico are set down for whatever they

the Black special of Alabama senate as committee members of to recreation department of the I I the yacht basin at the submarine j i Passengers aboard the S. S.!I The Philatelic tnd. NumismaticI :Isijned'to I Can! Carlos school. 83-1 j Miss Alber writes "I can safely may be worth as indicating what
the ,believes l School
base and Douglas
investigate lobbying against the I'! Key West Administration have during season -( Granada of the Standard Fruit i I: Society of Key West, sponsor of I i say that we all enjoyed our much i i. to conte hereafter: '
I that with advertising of the Principal: Clarence C. Walker,
utility holding company bill. : been working for weeks'creatingthe .'-ght kind throat!. the proper mediums 1 I and Steamship Oompany will not F[: the Key West International Ex-I I Jr. f too short visit to your delightfulcity From President; among chbseeto tnany invitationthe deliver b,.>

In the house the number is i strange animals end freaks there is no reason why then ( get an opportunity so see Key I| position for December 1935 Teachers: Mildred: Davis: Myrtle )j and I for one expect to make message to a gathering of young

even more lengthy. Maine I which will be displayed. *:ml>er this year would not West under light of the sun, but''set aside this day as the first..I 1 Deane. Salome Deane, Constance the trip again and hope to spend people among whom the bent toward

Ralph Brewster of What may be lacking in reality double that of last :year. I will!) have eight hours to spend here propaganda day for the exposiI -:I| Edward Vandelean MingoITheodore I a longer period in Key West"In liberalism is commonly sup-
into prominence overnightby ]
sprang Others at the meeting heartily I Sands. Howard Styles
charging that a member of I will be made up with farce, and agreed that Mr. Porter and !Mr. tonight. The ship, according to'tion. devoted! primarily to stamps,I, Fanchon: Tynes, &lue Colbertl concluding her letter the : posed to be far elders.stronger than it ia

the administration "brain trust"i I the "animaJs" and "freaks" are Gilfond said and pledged finan-: advices received this morning, is it is stated. I George Deane. Horace Lewis I writer asks that a copy of The ,among From their available

tried to coerce him into votingfor slated to draw' many laughs and|I cial and moral support to any I scheduled! to dock at 8 P. M. More thai three hundred magazines -: Arimentha Neely. Alfred Saunders -I Citizen containing the article : orators, a among speaker many commonly regarded *

the "death sentence" in the I create a lot of fun for those attending -I, plans which m-v be devised by the As is usually the custom, passengers -I pertaining to stamp collecting and Agnes Walker. ,about the visit and the passengerlist as a staunch conservative

largely holding responsible company bill for the and house was the circus.IROBERTS'BODY. J drive.committee! appointed to make the t will come ashore when the I are to be distributed free of on the hip te !sent in order was selected to make she Repub

investigation on this meas- ; ship docks at the Porter Dock, charge to Key West business, prot SCOUTS COME IN a i that she may tell her friends of''lican reply.
lobby amount to
I necessary carryon !
ure. Nat Patton of Texas fig-, 1 1I comprehensive campaign of I Company, and will take advantage -j fessional: and other people Commodore the delightful hours spent in the Both addresses were couched
I in with lit-
ured in the headlines for day. I this nature to a successful issue of the opportunity to see the : von Mietk-Liuba\ II. D. ABOARD STEM1E !city. largely general terms,
tle specific: mention of concrete
while the senate lobby investigators 'I I I was fixed i.t from $12.000 to $15.'OOOjVrid .- points of iaterestin, Ivey West.A I I W., president of the society said .1 individual
{ governmental problems or -
were inquiring into his personal '' ARRIVED TODAY, ; it was! the consensus of special: program of entertain-j this morning.: Other stamp pub- MILLERS GOING I legislative proposals.!
finances in connection: : with '/ ;. opinion that this amount could be
I I'| ment has been planned at the : licity days will.follow at intervals. CONTINGENTS ARRIVE YESTERDAY -' The one specific measure to
the same legislation. i secured Habana-Madrid Club and i tile Philatelic and which Mr. Snell devoted considerable -
many j! Tonight ROUTE'TO ON TRIP NORTH
It was D. J. Driscoll of Penn-: FUNERAL SERVICES ARE BE Following this announcement a i EN I j
I local persons we expected to attend Numismatic. space was the bill increasingthe
sylvania, whose suspicions con-: number 'of pledges for different > I Society representedby
cerning the number of telegramssent ING UILD:: HERETHISAFTERNOON: :amounts! were made, the sum j the affair.CHANGE I Commodore and Margaret Zin-I THEIR HOMES :11: ', 1! tax on as wealth designed, which'to he"con-condemned

from Warren, a town in his pledged totalling a little more! aida von Mietk-Liala will be host' -- i WILL RETURN: TO KEY WEST, fiscate property.
district, urging him, I to vote I than $1,500. Mr. Porter stated'' METHODOF to the Key West Philatelic Societyat The special points advanced by
against the "death sentence" in that the bank had always been informal social gathering. Scouts from Tampa St. Petersburg -! IN SEPTEMBER ON S.
an :
I Mr. Roosevelt were in relation to
the holding company bill, that: generous in its assistance to move- I I and Jacksonville passed} I.
The body of William Roberts, S. FLORIDAA. regulation of banking and industry
off i for the betterment of Key ,
sent senate investigators on a' I ments through here yesterday returning j
who died in Miami\ which he spoke of as neccaIsary -
trail which uncovered one of the Wednesdayaornrr'g West. was heartily in accord with NEARLY 400 COME to their homes after spending five;
) ,. arrived on the morning I I to save the economic struc
most sensational episodes in the this and would make a substantial days in Cuba. j
train t.-day accompanied: by several -I \ R. Miller of ture.
entire utility lobby investigation. contribtuion to the fund. I CHECKS Nearly 150 of the scouts came
Attacked The 'Kingfish' members: of the family. After the meeting the proposition FOR LIGHTHOUSE IN ONS. CUBA in aboard the S. S. Cuba during I the P. and O. S. S. company and Background Shadows
I Funeral services are being held was discussed in general and I UNIT TO COME DIRECT the afternoon, and while the ship Mrs. Miller will leave over theEast Easily discernible in the background
Percy Ga&saway of Oklahomahas this afternoon 4 o'clock from the it is the general belief that the I layover, scouts had an opportunity Coast this afternoon for Atlanta of the discussion: lay tho
been in the public eye by his Congregation churcii. Rev. E- R. sum of from $12,000 to $15,000 FROM ATLANTA GA. UNUSUALLY HEAVY TRAVEL to see more of this Island. Ga., where the/ will be shadow of the constitutional i->
attacks on Huey Long and the tvtns officiating.: required would be pledged within I[City. j joined by a friend and proceed to sue; but its outlines remained almost -
"kingfish's" share the wealth Pallbearers are Eugene Brady, a short time.'FOOTBOUND. FOR SUMMER ON P. & : Members of the Key West] New York. as nebulous afterward a&
schemes. John Higgins of Massa- Earl Munro.\ Joseph Watkins, Crt Officers and employes of the, VESSEL Junior Patrol met the visitors as They will spend a while in the they were before the t..ro speeches
chusetts has attracted attentionby Watkins, Ulric Gwynn and Charles CHINESE I I lighthouse department in Key:I they stepped from the boat and t Metropolis and embark on the were delivered.
his insistence that the administration Munro. West will in the future receive''i escorted them around the island.)' Seam hip Floiida, which will Mr. Roosevelt talked of challenging
protest against religious Funeral arrangements are be-I GIRLS ARE BARRED their pay checks direct from headquarters The recreation department of the leave New York early in September "the methods of the old
intolerance in Mexico. nig conducted by the Lopez Fun- in Atlanta Ga., and ,not'I Steamship Cuba of the P. and Key West Administration had provided I' and will reach Key West order," but he did not My what

Frank Hook of Michigan strode eral Home. , across the front pages when it Survivors are the parents, Mr. I LIXHS1EN, North China. Aug. heretofore. yesterday afternoon 3:15 that the visitors might, The S. S. Florida his been under he favored.
was learned that his relativeswere and Mrs. William Roberts; four I "SO.-Once the ball mark of fem- Lionel Plummer disbursing officer .} o c ock with 170 first class passengers make the sightseeing young tour of the charter during the summe, Mr. Snell rejoined by probating -
on the relief rolls. John brothers Eddie, John, Joseph and : inine refinement, footbinding hasbeen in Key West has been in- and' 18 second class for Key island..W. I months with the Eastern Steamship against any new order which:
of California won distinction Captain Willie Rboerts, and West; 35 first clz: ss and 131 second would require "that our federal
McGroarty one I outlawed here as in many structed to make up the pay rolls I'I W. Demeritt, superintendent I Company, and has been plying
as the man who intro- sister :Mrs. Nellie Johnson. I other parts of China. and accounts as usual but to for class for Tampa. ] of the Seventh Lighthouse Dis- between New York and Portland, constitution must be wholly re-
duced the Townsend old-age pen- orders issued the local :' Of the 354 passengers on the I Me. K written."
I Under by ward them to Atlanta where the trict entertained the visitors at ;
sion plan. magistrate no man is permittedto checks will be made out and sent,' lists there were 131 aliens the his home, showing them the,I I The disparity in terms between
Maury Maverick of Texas has'HADANA-MADRID !t marry a girl with bound feet here for disbursement majority of whom were passensgars of tropical birds and these two utterances is obvious
been one of the outstanding mem- CLUB while boys attending the county All other heitdquarters points for Key West and took pas variety WHITE BELT DAIRY I Whether Mr. Roosevelt' mind and
whkh.: he has there. i
flora r
in the 74th Tomorrow I I sage by rail to points in the north. PRODUCTSBUTTERMILK ; Mr. Snell's mind met in a clear-
bers of the house congress NightBIG schools are required to wear on in the several districts in the south.: Scouts from the Pinella.f Tampa,
even overshadowing some PRE-LABOR DAY 1 their coat sleeves an armband are operating under the same instructions. and. Jacksonville Boy Scout' I cut constitutional issue remains a
of the veterans. He is credited I bearing the declaration "I swear Superintendent William' NEW ARRIVAL ATROBERTS' councils Bay were included in the J(: PASTEURIZED MILK mystery; certainly' their words
with putting through the amend- DANCESerpentines not to marry a girl with bound W. Demeritt told The Citizen. 'I I 'I RAW MILK did not.
ments to TVA in that body. His feet." group. I ICE CREAM
constant fight for legislation to At tbe same time another or- HOME. COTTAGE CHEESE HOLIDAY NOTICE

take the profits out of war have Favors der required all women under the I FOR SALE CHEAP ;I HENS 3 to 5% Ibs. each If

kept him out in front. COME AND SPEND age of 20 to unbind their feet. 1935 PLYMOUTH FRYERS, 24 to 3% 11... each Labor Day, Monday September
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Vito Marcantonio of New York this week later I Seminole Hams > 2. a legal holiday in the State
who succeeded Mayor La Guardiain a delightful one of the evening South's and Finest dance on soldiers Checking stopped up on young a women on,j i Three Months Old 1 t iL.HRoberts.Born to )1121 Ir. and Olivia)hire street Eugene an STRICTLY FRESH EGGS Picnics Ib .........._..._..._ 25c of Florida, this bank will not hp

the house has fought side! ,by Dance Floors the street compelling those whose -ApplyWEECH'S 11-pound boy yesterday morning. Fulford's Poultry Farm TIFTS CASH GROCERY open for business on that day

side with Maverick and enjoyedthe feet were bouijd to remove the GROCERY Mother and baby are doing Phone 880 1 Deliver 1101 Division St. Phone 29 THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
limelight with him. bandages. nicely. ug30-2fc




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Pail; Except Sunday By r- { ,
TIIU CITIXK I PfBLMHI.NG CO, 1>CT One of the most interesting places. in : ........................
L. P. ARTHA1I..t\! ,
JOB ALLEN! Assistant Busts Mauler the nations metropolis is the New York '1 1776-Gen. Washington saved
From Tbe Citizen Building : Temperatures I j lof the Rocky Mountain, except the American masterful
Corner Greene and Ann Street Aquarium housed in of the his- A I II army by
one city's rW Highest ... .. ..............____...........90 the middle and south Atlantic' and,retreat to New York.
Only Dally Newspaper in Key West and Monroe toric landmarks,, built between 1807 and f jJI Lowest _. .. .. -81 Gulf States, where pressure H
County. Mean ::: -::::..-: .::::::.::::::86:relatively low Charleston, S. C..I
w"iiC"'F second class
Entered at Key Orlda. as matter 1811. The building is circular in form, '' 29.86 inches. Showers and thunderstorms 1813. -Creek War began during
Normal Mean ... ..... .. ...83
FtF"t 'fiXTH TEAR '
: have been general during !i second war with England by In
Member .f the Associated Press 205 feet in diameter, and has had a varietyof ..r !! Rainfall the last, 24 hours in the Atlantic -!'dian massacre of American g&rtison -
The Associated press I* or TtpubUeatlon of all news dispatches credited to uses under several different names. Yesterday Precipitation .0 Ins.!! States except southern' at Fort Minims on the Ala-
it or not otherwise credited in this paper and also Normal Precipitation ,... .17 Ins.Thlw .. Florida, and in portions of the. bama River.
_the local news published here.'NATIONAL Originally built as a fort it was 1t 1
rU4rm4imm at
rreerd revere Z4-heur East Gulf States being heavy

EDITORIAL.) known: as Southwest Battery, later as Fort Tomorrow's mt H .'d.wL Almanac I km ._r.i.c. t Thomtsville. Ga., 2.54 inches. II i>I I 1835-Died, aged! 50. William

f ASSOCIATION) f Columbia, S. CX 2.42 inches, and ,T. Barry, Kentucky's noted states.
) (<:::/y 1933 Clinton and afterward as Castle Clinton, in Sun riles ._.................. 6:07: a. m.i Hatteras N. c., 2.62 inches. There I I II I I mui of his day.1850John .
t Sun sets .................... 6:47 p. m. also been showers I I _
have mostly
of De Witt Clinton I
."BSCRIPTI01RATES\! who was mayorof Moon rises ...........L... 8:12 a. m. in Texas and Arlan-!!
light eastern
One Year =110.00 New York between The United States Senate has just passed a resolution Moon sets ....__._.._ ... 8:03 W. Webster; hanged
Six Month. .. ..__,_. ..::==== 6.00: 1803 and 1815. : p m.i t sac and ruin from the eastern '
in Boston of the
One Three KObtla Months._._..__ _.u___.._ 2-IS..11W..kly In 1823 the structure having been I authorizing the officers and employees of the Baltimoreand Tomorrow's Tides I Dakota> Southeastward over t1e' ca-f of last-, one century.19.4Dawes notorious
__.. .. ...._ .%0 Ohio to erect a monument in W Washington to mark the A.M. P.M. 1 lower' Lake region. Temperatures ,
abandoned as an army station, i it was of the of the railroad into the city.
ADVERTISING' \! RATES significance IliI'R.m! .11:21; 11:20 I ere below normal this morning:
:Made known on application. ceded by the government to the City, and I Here is the first ticket office at Pennsylvania Avenue and Low ........n_____4:39 4:55' throughout most districts east of'! reparation plan
SPF.CIAL-l\OTICE 2nd St.. N. W. The spot is now a part of the Capitol Plaza, in Gulf coast signed i by the powers includiug
AH readingnotice*, cards of thanks, resolutions of shortly thereafter'converted into an amphi- Barometer 8 a. m. today: the Rockies, except Germany.i .
respect, obituary notices, etc., will be charged .for at theater I on which the monument will be placed. Sea level, 29.93.WEATUEK : sections jid Florida. being 10 to ,,
the rate of 10 cents a line.Notices capable of seating 6,000 persons, ,,17 degrees below the seasonal i
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a revenue for is to entertainments be derived are by S churches cents a from line. welch and the following year it was opened as a .......... .. FORECAST average: from the Plains States'i 1931-Quarter o* a million
Sees se 5 S 55.5Today's I
The Citizen is an open forum and Invites discussion public assembly hall called Castle Garden. 1 j eastward over the Lake region I I I'drown! in great flood of China.
of public Issues and subjects of local general I'
Interest but it will not publish anonymous or.communications. This name clung to it long after it was KEY WEST IN (Till 8 p. m., Saturday) I land Ohio Valley. Heavy frost wccI1 I Ii I
Key West and Vicinity: Partly i reported this morning in portions: Subscribe t. The Citizen-20e
1 1Happeai.
turned into an immigration depot in 1855. DAYS GONE BY Anniversaries cloudy: tonight and Saturday of North Dakota. I I weekly.
When a man feels that he has out- KENNEDY
Finally itvas fitted as an I G. S.
up ... Here Just 10 Years!; .SS..ee..ee.se..SSSSSSe I II !
grown his best friends he has not grownat aquarium, and as such wa* opened Decem Ago Today As Taken From 1194-Stt'phen. Keamy; gal- --, Cr.1 .//1. /-1 I Officer in Charge.A !: KEY WESTCOLONIAL

all. ber 10 1896. The grounds are still knownas The Files Of The Citizen ;] fant American soldier of his' generation "It I will be HOTELIn
Year Club"
Battery Park. The aquarium is one of born at Ne'"aik, N. J. \. c -: I "Forty
-- citizenswho
formed in 1936. by
Shirley C. Bott. well known,; {Jit'd'in St. Louis, Oct. 31, 1818. July.
\ the Center of the Businessand
When the largest in the world with seven large lived in the original Miami,
an ailing professor admittedhe resident of Key West, who is now!t T ,J'lfl Theater District
floor pools,. 89 ,large wall tanks and 72 in 0 / Fla> in 18967.
was absent-minded the doctor asked for engaged the realty business,I 1797 TDary WollstonecraftShelley '

his fee in advance. smaller tanks. There are also 27 reserve makes his formal announcement English; author born. ? ._ 1 First CU-Fireproof-
I { in The Citizen today as a candi-l Died ,Feb.\ 21, 1851. 1t PALACEBob
tanks ish Sensible Rates
t'pecimens not ex.
.. .. on i
date for the state
I legislature to Steele in
I hib tiori. 'r
Unless something occurs to distract fill the vacancy created by theresignation 1820-Georgo,F. Root, mu:; RIDERS OF THE LAW COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEI
There are usually about 300 species of : of J. F, Uusto who Partly Cloudy Showers
author of
Mussolini he will charge straight for Ethi- I to I Comedy and Serial "The
fishes and other vacquatic vertebrates on was recently'appointed the po- ,opular sour including "Battle probably local showers Saturday; Miracle Rider" Carafe Elevator
opia-like a mad bull. irl IH4ing eition of county solicitor. A Ipe-I Cry of Ficedom" and "Tramp, gentle to moderate southwesterly: Popular Prices
exhibition : turtles, crocodiles, cial election has! been called Tramp the' Boys are :Marching." winds becomlag variable. I Matinee: 5-Ocj Night: 10-15c J i .

frogs, salamanders and others, the total October 13 in Monroe county tit i LornTat Sheffield, Mass. Died in Florida. : Partly clondy with local ---- ---
If you want to keep your furniture number averaging around 10,000. About select a representative from this]I Maine. August 6. 1895. showers Saturday t/id in southeast -

Long, 'we know a good place where its two and a half million persons visit the distr'ct and the first candidate to I portion tonight.Jacksonville ';1 rI
announce is Mr. Bott.
1840 Hazen :S.: Pingree, shoe to Florida Straits: I
Longevity is -
; aquarium each year, and are well repaidfor (manufacturer Detroit mayor, Gentle to moderate southwesterly Your Account

doing so. Grand Chancellor and Mrs. Michigan governor born at Denmark winds ,becoming variable;; Checking

learn from the experience of George M. Lynch were among the Maine. Died June 18, weather partly overcast, tonight i ii
passengers 'crying over the East 1901. and Saturday. A Permanent Record
others that we seldom learn anything from TO HEAD HULL HOUSE Coat this morning en rout to I East Gulf: Gentle to moderate i i

the experience! ,of others. Miami vdiere Mr. Lynch will pay 1849-William F, Hopson, Connecticut variable winds becoming northerlyever i
I his official visit to the Knights oft I artist maker of bookplates extreme north portion\; wea-I With the many new Federal and Slate tames, new

i Announcement is made of the selec- PyLbias Lodges; in that city. ThereJwas dean x f designers born at I ther partly overcast tonight j more than ever, it is important that yon keep a permanent

Jonah, inquisitive as of yore, craves tion of Mrs. Adena Miller Rich to be presi- : a large number of Knights j; Watertown. Conn. Died at New and Saturday with widely scattered -' record of year every transaction.

to know what a mailed fist is.. You will dent of Hull House, the Chicago neigh-1 bid and them P thian goodbjeSurvey Sisters. at the depot to]"I Haven, Feb. 13, 1935.1856Fremont showers. T I' Year checking account with us can l..po..r books

have to get your information from Post- borhood settlement founded and made WEATHER:: CONDITIONSA for you. Your deposits and checks are a reliable and acceptable -

master Harris, Jonah. He knows all about famous by the late Jane Addams, whom .J l Older noted 'I record of your income and outgo, your sales and
parties loc&ling tli. San Franesico newspaper editor, worth the small charge made for the _eFI ?-
A moderate high pressure: ares.M expense, fully
she will succeed as its head. route for the Overseas Highway: Lorn at Appleton Wis. Died at I I
crested this morning over the ice. Then* of coigne) if your balance is sufficient therere
:Mrs. Rich was associated with Miss aie making go xl progress! on the Stockton, Oal., March 3, 1937.: northern Plains States, Huron, S. I. no cur....

Mussolini avows that Italy has suffi- Addams the work of the settlement for keys. Those at Hip Pine Key have D30.24 inches, and overspreads s i !
completed he greater part of the 1861-Her!'hell V. Jones, Min- most sections of the east A ujcutkly statement is rendered you which you should
cient'funds to finance the coming Ethiopian 20 years and for several years has been its wvt' iliad t ri' *paring far running -I neapoJh newspaper editor publisher country .I keep. If it shouU be lost our files o* your account ere

war indefinitely; but there is no first vice-president; hence is eminently the lines to Torch Key. It and bibliophile, born at Jefferson { I always open to you.

in fitted to on the work of her dis- is estimated ihcc the entr r('>ite f N. Y. Died May 24, 1928. BENJAMIN LOPEZ I
money the treasury to pay the war debts carry will be< surveyed and marked by FUNERAL HOME I See us for complete banking service.
owed the United States, of course. tinguished predecessor, who died last May.\ I the latter part of September and ..e.seeeeeee.seeeseseeseToday's

-.-. Described as "tall, alert with kindly then, it i is anticipated, the coun- Serving Key West
Birthdays Half Century The First National Bank of Key WestMember
will call for bids for
ty construction -
and a sympathetic address 24 Hour Ambulance Service
: eyes, that t.b
Learn to say "I saw your ad in The of the roads end bridges from ........................ Licensed Esabalroer I 1
Citizen. The merchant will appreciateit denotes years of close association with the Key Lirgo'to! Lower Matecumbe, of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation.ss.
U. S. Senator Huey P. Long of Pkono 135 Night 69e-\S
homeless and friendless," Mrs.\ Rich is the and other projects. r
and doubly welcome you to his store for Louisiana born .at Winfield La.,

he will have concrete evidence that his invitation wife of a Chicago broker Aside from heradh.ities 42 years ago.FrederKk -- ---- -- ---- -
John A. Roker, city police sergeant -
at Hull House she is director of
a "
to visit his of business has rioisiaI
who recently; entered the H. Ecker, president .
been-read and responded to. the Immigrants' Protective League, also a race for chief of police, informedThe of the Metropolitan Life Insurance !! ...............................*.............................*........

director of the Illinois League of Women Citizen today that he has Co., New York born- at

Voters: and of the Woman's City Club. definitely decided to withdraw Phoenicia, N. Y., 68 years ago.
:Congress made' plans to stay out of from the! race. Mr. Roker enteredthe

war tor the "first six months." Unless the When notified of her new. appointment, real estate business some time Charles S. Hamlin of Mass.,,

country! goes crazy as it did nearly twenty she said:" ago in company with Jack Gaiti member of the Federal Board. : FREE! FREE!

"Jane Addams was more than the and C. E. Camas, and this buOi-1 b.rn in Boston. 74 years ago. I
years ago that respite may be sufficient to ness hag grown to such an extent
president of Hull House she
cool off the hot-heads while ItalyEthiopiaand was a that he feels it will be to the betterment John T. Manson, president of

others settle their own war, and ad- mother to us all. Any program that I of his interests to retire I the American Bible Society, New

might arrange for the operation of the from the race for chief of police York, born at New Haven, Conn-
just own troubles. and devote all of his time to his 74 years ago.Lan..ing'. Imported English
House will naturally be based? on a con-
realty! interests. I
tinuation of the humanitarian principles on E. Ray St. Louis newspaper -

What we need besides a nickel cigar which she founded the institution." The first residential- subdivision I editor-publisher, born there,. J
j is more scorn for the idle the criminal, Itichlwll 51 years ago. 53-PIECE DINNER SET
Mrs. assume her duties aspresidentonOctober !' to be opened on Boca Chica will be i j
the immoral; and more admiration for the by Mrs. Mary McKnight real ,
1 and will be
succeeded Joan Blondes screen star, bornin
industrious. the law-abiding and the vir tate specialist of Long I
in the firstvlc: -iir sidency by Miss\ N. J. The new subdivision will es.1 New York, 26 years ago. '
tuous. Virtue i is her own reward means .
Grace Abbott, former, mad .of the chil- formally opened September T. Philadelphia : (Worth $19.79)) e
much. but, she needs encouragement like dren'silireau hotel to Accommodate a Thomas Raeburn White'of -
) of tHa Department of Labor. noted lawyer*, born at e's0
everything g else in this;l valley of tears. number cf: wint.'visitors will be

STOPPING AN AUTO in reason readiness and several lor the modern frinter bunga-tourist DublinJnd.* 60 years ago. se 1 Set will be given away this :

Sir Ernest Rutherford famed
"Place any man behind a governmental lows will,.be erected on the prop-
-- '. English scientist, born in New week of
desk and give him a few million It has erty at an early date. Florida East 64 to one our 0
often been Zealand.
pointed out that Coast official arc to be requestedto years ago.
dollars of government money to spend and many automobile accidents result because erect a station on Boca Chica. customers
3 3SP4
he is the fixation that The greatest economy in gasoline
likely to develop drivers do not realize how much distanceis and as soon as this is completed; consumption of automobiles is
who does not of the more extensive developments will; .
any one approve way required in which to stop a car at various Le in order. at 20 miles an hour government ................. :
he does his job is a public enemy. -Tyler speeds. That this is true was strikingly tests show.

Bennett President, \Villiarr\s\ College. brought out by made some time Somers Pierce, linotype
a survey opera- aJaeksessllls s l.es.lsg H. *l- ? Prices Slashed On !
ago in Memphis, through a questionnaireto tor with the Morning Call, will THE SEMINOLE

.White nudists explain it is natural to motorists of that city. leave tomorrow for Florence, Ala-
blma.'hee he will Accept employment l
"be"; naked, those opposed to nudism One question asked was how many I with: the Florence Her i MASONITE PRESTWOOD v

claim it is not natural to "go" naked. But feet would be needed to stop a car with ald.!

custom is our second nature and we agreewith four-wheel brakes going 40 miles an houron c

Montaigne\ when he declared that an ordinary paved highway. Two Editorial comment; When it Is This material is ideal for ?
per said: to us we call it praise.. When cEK :S vii.Y .
custom ought to be followed simply because cent of those answering thought they could it is said to oth-.n we call it flat- U I :

it is custom and not because it is stop in about 10'feet; 16 'per cent guessed tery. Si i STORM SHUTTERS IS i

reasonable or just. Besides the imperativeand between 11 and 20 feet; 23 per cent estimated -

accepted moral grounds, theN are that they would need between 21 I Of great interest to the manyfriends" ... ......In... VMrlda : eeeeaeeeeeeeeeeeCarey's :
of Erie Curry, un of Mr. CHAS. 11. CRIt ERo MaaaaerA 1
many other reasons wh; 'man should go and 30 feet. Less than six per cent gave and Mrs. Charles J. Curry, 603 I' human, home-like Institution I "

clothed.Jf! the correct_answer, which is approximately Scuthard! street, will'be the news where ;you will fled :tsar |B.IMM|
.Nertatsmnt mat- roll
I rfrt at* a Roofing $1.40 and
180! feet. of his approaching marriage to i ter of great Importance ? per up : ,.
lirs! Viola Bauer of Baltimore.The --o--
consistency is a jewel persistency An authority orf the subject declares wedding will he celebrated in A steel flr..r* f talUtes Nested .

is both a jewel and a virtue. "Nothing in that even with the best brakes, properly Baltimore Wednesday, September 1st the heart-o--mt the city; .

the world," said the late President Cool- applied it i impossible to stop a car going I 2. :Mrs. Curry accompanied by Every Room with Combination Tub
her son. Charles J. Curry.. Jr.. Shower Bath. Radio. Electric Florida
idge; "can take the place of persistence. 40 miles an hour within 50 feet, and left Key West Saturday for Baltimore and Cellingran..CemfertabU Slat Door for Beds Summer with 1 South Contracting & Engineering Co. I

Talent will not; nothing is more common adds that it would skid farther than that to be present at the cere Mattresses rentllatloa.) of Inner Spring Con

than the unsuccessful man with talent. with wheels locked. mony. lag ractloa Lamps.and Individual Rea- I Phone 598 White and Eliza Street
Genius will not; unrewarded genius is almost I I It may be difficult to judge with accuracy Castillo and Miss Maria urns !

a proverb. Education will not; the I how many feet will be required to CzJbo Aurelia were married in Tampa Sat- Rwme. Private Bath _SisglsIN ii.. : "Your home !i. worthy of the best"

world Is full of educated derelict Persistence I stop at any given speed but it is always trday and arrived here on the M*. nssaia Rees, Private private Hath Beth __ 'aae.... .

and determination alone are omni .1" best to make a liberal estimate, so as to be They Steamship win: make Cuba their this home morning.is the !14. .iliian ample,.PvtvMe Private Beth _BathLIGHT .4......j :.............................................. ....................:
potent. on the side of safety. Island City, .,< ". ,-*-;,.A .


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TVOFSIS'' Lint rl. AMfr tlWI tn sues tally.: But sue was sorry i '

lift; f tk*.ktr".fear.,IMf2'w.1 for hr.titltr/ her. .Hen,*. Why did you bring my sister secretly -,' i SPORTS .S ee e.................ee
Au goo to Port from London ono to Parts? DIAMONDBALL GAME : (By JOVE)
o < mt witk Jimmy OoCo "-no "What do you take me forT And YJS-1' There will be a diamondballgame LOST
dots net that Jimmy, *o eta lug
Kx Loom tea ,.....** aviator, to what's It got to do with yon anyhow in the Senior Legaue played
*., Jk. to t'aria. fl. does lie <. <
r : tonight: at Bayview Park betweenthe LOST-BLACK AND WHITE FEMALE
? His
lotw; trtfk Le.rf., and Laurie rUk eyes were provocativeand SULTED IN 10.. SCORE
him. each K c0a0r4 to anotttrr.fh his tone was Insulting. '"Gladys Lopez ten and the Firemen. PUPPY-3 maitli old.
ttattatMOttL* las: left Rex and it going to came of aer own accord. I dldnt kidnap -' I .- .. A good exhibition of the sporl Lost in vicinity of Decal And

the child. She hasn't I is and Olivia .tr el. Reward. Dr.
sweet promised, predicted
anything ; 1 I.............................e..e.e..eee..ee. (By JOVE) it is
45 to grumble about. You talk as PIRATES DEFEAT that there will be a large number DC P_, 509 Olivia street
Chapter If we were children. Gladys knew DOINGS AROUND THE GOLF LINKS There wan one game played in of fans in attendance .Hf30ltWANTED
LOST GIRL what she was doing. She wanted her the Social League yesterday afternoon

'dERE was a certain number of bit of fun. I was going to give her a I CARD AND TRIMLEADERS' The Bayview Stars and
rattling good time." LEAGUE
| tourists walking back to their "Where Is slier (By GRAVY) the Lighthouse ten tangled up STANDINGSt

;kotels In the hot July night after I "1 tell yon 1 don't know. She .........................,................... ....u... MARGIN and at the end the Beacon boys LADY STENOGRAPHER. Hours
I 9 until after mail di trbiutu>n.
,upper. But mostly people on the [cold feet almost as soon as we COt'j! Probably a few guys are sorry I so when y. t. finds out you will was a iead by the score of 12 to AMERICAN: LEAGUE j Small salary. at first. Applyin

!Street were Parisian of the middle here. Kicked up a hell of a ,' that they did not way home yeJ- be informed. Must be something 10 but the umpires claimed it was I Club- W. L. Pct' writing to Box X, Citizen

5.nd working classes, children of His voice !bad* the most odious Intonation terday and tend to other things: because none would divulge! the FLAG-HEADED] DETROIT TIGERS ,too dark to continue play and the Detroit _.__.......mh... PO13 .6dO : Office aug30-3tx
'these Laurie had ever beard 1 than this golf business. Still it isi I Ia iecrct. However Melvin will get t New York ._._,___ 70 52 .S'U :
beautiful streets, who play out She had been right from the first.: good thing for another guy or :the Ethiopia out of the woodpile.I TRIUMPH OVER ST.I i game had to revert to the eighth Cleveland ___h......... 6-1 58 .525
life stories
drama comedy WANTED rfbance to bid on
and these beloved He was an unutterable cad. Far two that the first mentioned did I 1 I inning and this gave the boys Boston .....___.._. ._.____ 62 61 .50-1,I .
tragedy, on paving LOUIS BROWNS CUBS AND order The
stones. worse than that, he was a definitely put in an tppearance. But let us I Mr. William Carry Hams decided ,from the Park the game. Chicago __-......______.._ 51 60 .459 your next printing

Laurie had only walked a few evil personality. fear:! get on with our story. i to make a good score yes- GIANTS WIN I I Leaders at bat were Archer, Philadelphia m__..._ 51 68 .491 Artman Press, augT
when she She was almost Insane with terday and fort with did same. He Washington _____ 51 72 .415'
Steps saw a lighted sign I three hits m.
and Smith with
but forced herself speak quietly. Stanley
over the portico of one of the build The first crowd; finished yesterday played with lint not against Bill I II St. Louis _._.__________. 48 74 .393 i, FOR RENT
-Did .he spend last night barer :: II in five times Russell hit two
ings. His eyes gusted maliciously. { did not include Swinky Swanky (the Mayor to you) Malone and: I
Bfee went In and passed the UTrled "Thats what you're getting at! as you might imagine. It was! )fro Otto (he covens the water- NEW YORK, Aug. 30.-The!I doubles in four tries. NATIONAL LEAGUE I I BUNGALOW FOR RENT-Mod

porter, making her way to the Wanting to pr Into other people composed of "Sweet William"!I front) Kirchheiner, the man who Pittsburgh Pirates went to victory In the field the leaders were Club- W. L. Pet. ern conveniences and garages
reception office at one side of the Watkins and partner, Russell Kerr, j f decides how m'set your propertyis I A. Demeritt and B. Demeritt for Apply Valdes Bakery.
business Well she dld.l1oL She ran the St. LOUIS Cardinals, 5 I St. Louis _......________ 76; 45 .628
Injurious:" vestibule. away not\ long after we had come against tne mighty Art ma a clan of i worth rt'gardess: of whether you over I the Beacon boys and Pierce, Russell New York ._,...._____ 75 47 .615;: augS-lmo
1 want to see AII'. James Dallas show Jr. and brother Normi I want to buy or sell. That u one to 1, leaving the World Championsonly i
back from a and supper, and I Poly, Chicago _.._______ ._ 77 50 .606 1
and Smith for the Park ---
of London she said to a clerk. She 1 was trying to explain to her what Fierce-Arrow while the gas holds jot that should be held incognito. one and a half games ahead:I crew. : Pittsburgh ...______...._ 72 55 .567;,FOR RENT-Completely fur-

had no eyes for the splendid and a good time we were going to have. out.) Well, William has been When be listens in on a property of the second-place Giants. II Score by inninjsR.. II. E. I Brooklyn __._.__....u_ 56 68 .452 nLshed bungalow with garage

'damask tasteful decoration hangings, of the the gilding place the the She suddenly went off. : winning' from the opposition in I owner trying to sell he BaYI,"'That I The New York Giants shook off 1 Lighthouse Philadelphia ..__.._.. 53 70 .431 and all modern conveniences.

banks ot flowers. She did not hear "How cou.d you let her go a..ay., great style, and yesterday' it look- : guy. sure. has some \aJuaMe pro!>-' their losing spell to beat the Dodgers i 201 101 10- 6 13 3 Cincinnati .._-........_ 54 '124291 Apply 905 South street.
-In the nl.'ht-here In Paris, where ed like) the same thing over again. : ert .' But the same guy wants to I aug28-tf
the soft, enticing sounds ot a string } 7 to 5. i Bayview Park- Boston .,r,__...__..__ 33 89 .270
she doeant souls asked
a tbi4rtmaa'boys making ,' and then you'd think it wasn'tworth
orchestra In the distance. She was But were ;buy I The last place Browns opened I I I 100 015 03-10 7 5
here, at her goal. their shots count while Pious was :: five cents. But enough of their final home stand of the season I I I Batteries: F. Stickney C. Stick- TODAY'S GAMES 1 PIANO TUNING
musing and Bill couldn't make
that looked that. Old
"Tes. Madame" the clerk said. brought a leering laugh from n were I' by dropping the first of a 'nev and A. Demeritt; Lowe, Russell I
THIS And find that the schedule and tie first round he I PIANO TUNER. Laureano Me.
so we
,He 'con.ulted'a large board at the easy. four-game series to the league-! Nelson and Pierce. LEAGUE I
young man Mr. Lawrence I IPolJcarp last but the second AMERICAN Excellent piano for sale
back of the office "Monsieur James net results were came in on leading Detroit Tigers. 13 to 3. reno.
London. "Well yon are a difficult person and }Ir. Normna D., 'round he managed to overtake Detroit at St. Louis--Bridges i cheap. 1018 Division street.aug2ftlmox.
{Dallas-ot will and out if Wes Ferrel his twentieth
Mrs Moore! You didn't want her to I Standing of the league: Knott Cain.
he Is In his rooms. What name. If 3, and Mr. William Wesley and Otto and came in second. i Ii vs. or
stay with me. did you! I. vcitory of the season by pitchingthe Club- W. L. Pet. Boston at Philadelphia-Oster-I t
you please; Madame "You could; have seen her to some Mr. Russell Athelstaner O. The Boston Red Sox to a 6 to 2 : Lighthouse ____.___ 2 1 .667 mueller Mahaffey. '
Mrs. Moore" said Laurie boldly. A. Bros had a best ball of 39-41, Fred Ayala and Ike Russell vs. t ROOMS
safe place. Any man would-any triumph over the crippled JAthleties Bayview Park ____ 21 .667 scheduled.NATIONAL .
The clerk Into Inner office, teamed and kyeo against Pete I m I Only games ;
: went an which is darn good. up
the series ,
brute, even any cad. Had she any in opener. Service ..... 1 1 .500 "
-- ------------ THE MUNRO"-Rooms unez-
and relumed In few moments. and Basc'm Grooms but ,
a money!" I Taylor The Chicago Cubs defeated the I I Administration ..._ __ 0 2 .000
'"Monsieur Dallas Is In his ; with has to a celled in price and ,
suite. get
-I couldn't tell you 1 hadn't When Samuel Harris plays one of those boys> Boston Braves, 8 to 2. I LEAGUE

.Madame and will" be pleased If yon. thought of asking her. I have enough the Editor of The Star they seems i little better so as to give Fred a Other teams in. both leagueswere I j nard and Lopez; Castleman and!I Brooklyn at New York-Earn- running water.Fla.128 ang26-lmox N. E. 4th
will go upstairs. Creaking 50's. But little tro 11Ie in winning. Schumacher.St. I street., Miami
for the two of OB. I couldnt stop her. to have a job more not scheduled to play. I Mancuso. shaw vs.
Laurie was amazed. She bad not She made such an awful scene I yesterday Samuel played against'' Some of these days the old Bascom The follow Louis at Pittsburgh-Hal-)

expected such an easy entrance. Fora thought she would yell the place his ancient enemy, Mr. Paul!I is'-gomgto get on to Willie Wat- NATIONAL summaries LEAGUE: I Cincinnati and Philadelphia, not lahan vs. Lucas. i FOR SALE

relief.moment Things she must experienced be an right.Intense She down and at me Into trouble." "Cookie" Mesa and Sam has ant kins' style of p'.tting and then At Pittsburgh R. II. E. scheduled. Only games scheduled. FOR SALE CHEAP-Second hand

had been prepared to batter In his "Yon haven't" even tried to find 87. But Mr. Mesa had an 85 and the story will! be: different.It St. Louis .... ............____ -_ 170 I -- I,( Axmm!'tcr Velvet Rugs Sizes

door, to call.'In the police If necessary her" today? thereby the genial Postmaster was! Pittsburgh ......._..._....m 5 10 0 AMERICAN LEAGUE PRINCESS FORMS : 9x12.: Sale 9 to 12 A. M.
1 can't I have. I really that in I .
say defeated but was happy because is sufficient to say
very Batteries J. Dean and Delan-. At Detroit R. H. E.; Frank Johnson 130 Duval
She was taken up,and the door of thought when she'd had enough of he had beaten !.II'. Watkins I the next match the results were cey; J. Weaver and Grace. Detroit .. .... 13 16 1 I NEW MUSIC UNITSALZBURG. i street.. aug28
a !large sitting-room was opened for sulking When ;1one. she'd Just come back.I by several strokes. And Mr. liar that Bob Stowers is now in the St. Louis- ::::::_:::::::::::::: 391 I I

I her It was full of flowers, but smeltof thought thy It was rang she"up now ris is positive that that is as it'I lr.:bershop business as well as the At Boston R. H. E.! Batteries: Auker and Oochrane; 'By Ass etsted Press) OLD PAPERS FUR SALE-Tw

food and wine fumes and tobacco. "All day. and! you haven't tried to should be on account!: of,he says he,''l music store. And Spottswood will Chicago ..........__._....A...__ 8 16 3 WalkuP, Coffman and Hemsley. Austria, Aug. 30. bundles for 6c. The Citizen Of-

i There were dessert dishes and flnd her?' can give Willie three strokes and be telling you linteek when the Boston .._._.._..__.?___ 2 7 0, -A "musical league of nations", flee oct8
champagne bottles, coffee cups and What could 1 do! '1 didn't know beat him any day in the week. i lain is coming.. And the losers Batteries: Lee and Hartnett;.I' At Philadelphia R. 11. F has been organized here by Princess

liqueur decanters spread on the where she'd gone to. or whether she (Willie's voice: "Except the daywe !who will be lookirg sad are Berlin Frankhouse, McFayden, Belts and Boston ......._________..u.u. 6 10 0 Fanny Starhemberg. wife of. PERSONAL CARDS-100 printed

cloth In confusion. had any friend or not. I met some play!") i Sawyer and Sam' elta Goldsmith. Spohrer.At Philadelphia _-...-.........-- 280 the vice-chancellor. The purposeis cards, '1.25. The Artman
Jimmy had obviously had too pals and spent the day with them at I The last score was 8 up and 6 to I I Batteries: W. Ferrell and R. to make Austria the world's Press augT

much to drink and he was alone. the races. They've! been having dinner In the next match the presenceof I i play And Daddy ''U way down to New York R. II. K.I: Ferrell; Marcum and Berry. music center by exchanging! musical

Jimmy Dallas looked at Laurie with me Haven long gone. Melvin Russell was badly need.)I I Bob ,Stowers on account of Daddy Brooklyn .?..... _____._._ 5 10 2 talent and promoting international TYPEWRITINU PAPER BOO

with foolish eyes. He leaned back: In After all. Uiadvs isn't a baby! She ed. It seems that Josie Lopez i ir 1, had a 64 on the first round. Now New York ..._.._.,. 7 15 2 New York, Washington, Chicago cooperation in the development sheets, 75c. The Artman Press.FIRMS .

his 'glided, rose-brocade armchair, knows what sf e'. about. A chap can :anted to pJay with his-boae but you know that even Charlie Batteries: B bich Reis, I.e1 ?- and Cleveland not scheduled. of music. I aug1
and a .fatuous smile came over his always tea tbaL"llow Eddie says that he would have too Ketchamijs: little :oy can: equal I
face. care your not that. Daddy said he couldn't get 1- ----
back much to carry, so why Ii I'
"So you've come you little In her repair and fury. Laurie with Charlie Ketchum. And started and when he did it was
fool! he said. His voice was thick pity .
startled him for with theBobBob'
a moment, her take Willie too late. So tltct proves that
and trifle of but it still Eddie says
a out control
blue eyes sending out lightnings of combination is stronger -
This they proceeded to .
had the flection which conquered Kemp.
scorn. But he was too deeply encased because the
than the
than do and this time Charlie was on I I
many mo.e girls poor Gladys,
In Ms armour of self-love ana
two out of three
sid And there must BB team won
like the piping of Pan In a dark woodat heartless self-will to feel the slightest ; the winning !! day I
midday *1 know you'd come of .Heron have been some sort of argument matches But Daddy says a 1
remorse. -
back" be. went en. "As It you coulJ tempt only roused him to further going on someplace because when : of reckoning is coming and whenit

run away from me when we'd fist 'insults they finished and came into the I does he will win his barbershop

started on our good-time!" And wha are you to talk, anyhow starter house each guy came in back and Bob's possessions too but I

"What are you talking about Mr. *" he coked. with unmistakable alone with not a word, smile or i that he will be a gentleman and! V Service-Patronize Them
Who Rush To Give You
PaUaaf" asked Laurie sternly. meaning. "Why: should you put on anything except a big frown. Upon : refuse to take a man's living and I ". ,
"Where Is Gladys my sister?"" these virtuous airs' Just because close: investigation it was discovered not be a Shylock like some certain -

your sister chooses to come for a that jtome'jody got plugged merchant who will sell you a I

.0"1! He rose unsteadily, and. trip to Paris with a chap she's road somewhere on that list nine and I I i song for the price of a song.FOLLOWING I
across the table, stared otr
at her. blinking 'Good Lord its "You've got husband I Star American Coffee ROSES
a yon'v
yon! They rang up and said 'a lady: parted from easily enough and ...............................................;.1 JOHN c. PARK HIS SPACE

So I thought the little Idiot had everybody knows that you're Al-
I You'll find out how
thought better of It and come back bery's girl! You play your own little THROUGH; FLORAL PIECES A
Where Is Gladys" Laurie re game all right You know which side 328 SIMONTON ST. good it is when you try

peated." "1 am Mrs. Moore her sis your bread Is buttered tool I I the first cop, Ib 2Sc. SPECIALTY 12 Insertions

ter. Tm not going to be bullied t>j a (By JOVE) 1

"So you are! I see It now. The married woman who's no better -.--.--...................>.....................*....... P L U M BIN G LARGO, n 18c; PLANTS
little school marm who's not nearly than she ought to be. You can Stan ...- --------- - - and VINES
; :
so quiet*s the seems! A clever little trying to make out your sister's a, tJaave'jost"" ;: received a card from ] fete Nebo in his last fight. .Rum V. & s.. JL 15c. PER MONTH

piece you must be too. from all accounts little plaster saint! And you can Just TO'-*' ldtfriend, William Cates, ors have Jim Collins playiP: first

You came to my place. clear out of here as quick as yon' "j &hicliVe8.ds\ lisp! this: "Dear Peter for the Giants next year, and that Roasted In Key. West- by SOUTH FLORIDA
dldnt you-the other day? like, or 111 have yon shown out-" 1 :. Just to let you know how I the Waner
-1 came to tell you to leave my He got no farther. am
sister.alone. And now you've persuaded His face was red now; his eyes failure of the ether Key West j brothers. ? .It_ also might interest PLUMBING 512 Greene Street NURSERY $3 00

tier to come to Paris with glared with all the 'l'enomous-fuk boys. As joa" know, I've tried my you, folks, to know that Joe Louis e.
you. You've tricked her Into'tbls togs that rose out of his wounded boo ettthe K. W. ball play- will stiffen Max Baer next month PHONE 348. Phone 256
madness. Where Is slier self-esteem aad the failure of 'the e>s up.. here. First I got Baker. when they meet and the latter
He poured out a glass of neat little escapade he had expected tn Well he couldn't hit this pitchingand never has been knocked off his I
brandy and drank: It down. It had.
enjoy so much. he committed feet. .Louis on the other hand
of that
>> on top
curiously enough almost Imme- HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE
; an The door opened and Rex Moore, -READ-
I got Pena a job and he was dropped nine times in an SELECT SEA FOODS
diate sobering effect on him. There errors.
came In. with a rather frightened-
less than be- C E
white refused. I got Armando a job andI amateur fight a year
was a tinge about his mouth looking hotel servant behind n'm.
Now he biffed Primo de THE KEY WEST
fore over
him highly.
though. An ugly, vindictive look had who Immediately withdrew. Jewfith. _I Ih. 35c
come Into his greenish-brown eyes. Rex Moore's face was like a his record tip here might look Camera. 35c
Yellowtail Steak. Z Ih.. Offices 319 DuYal Street R-
You must know where she is. Mr. bronze mask. His as they good on paper, Peter, but if you --- I
Dallas. I MOW shecame to Paris fixed themselves on Jlmmy eyes Dal'as's! I ask him yourself he didn't play Blondy Ryan, the Yanks' new, Yellowtail ea Bo., Z n... 25c SUNDAY STAR -

with yon. Her friend In Streatham face held the young man motion- like the Armando! I knew. You infielder. will be the guiding light Gr.sp.v Z Ih.. 25c

gave me this address. She knew less. can tell those Busy Bees I'll soon for the New Yorkers, but not this Snapper, Z lbs.-__. 2Sc TELEPHONE NO.1

about 1L"'Dirty Dot Res stopped to speak to' be home (Sept. 19)) and the Lopez year, my dear Mr. Baeza. .Dazzy M.tt.u Fob 2 n... 21e SQ bsmpfiem $Z Po Year
little beast! And Gladys Is Laurie first.CoftrlitHt.. toys are going to lick 'em. Your Vance once the highest paid pitcher -. Try Your Meals AtFRESH

a little liar. She told me nobody ( I!JJ. CornRt SteilmfToday's | friend, Wm. Gates." WelL fans, in baseball, gets his release SHRIMP K ey.a t'. Only I Sunday -an E- .

knew." | this letter explains how and why from Brooklyn. In 1931 he re- Paper lmonico! Restaurant

fie quiet! You needn't say that I the local boys did not make good ceived $23.000 for his hurling.. FREE PROMPT DELIVERY PORTER ALLEN
Th. story of C.ladl"c !iht -
It was wicked of her to help Gladys e 't. t ..--!'<'"Or. tomes ip there, and: that the Lopez ten Primo Camera and Walter Nensel Badness Office Citizen Bedwes.r Beer ____ ie

-- --- --- -- -- -.--- will lick the Busy Bees. We will will fight 12 round3 on Nov. 1. t LOWE FISH COMPANY DuUdiq A IJV Sla c-.... 01.---, ----

........................ wait until after the 19th and see The Giants seemed to be tired but PHONE 151 PHONE 51 COMPI lU11 ________ 10e. 7Sc. sad s,5.
COLORED TEAM what William .can do with a dia- they are going to fight until the

I I : HoroscopeThis mondbalL We know by now what last. .Wes Ferrel is getting a lot

he has done with a baseball. of support as the most valuable
GOING TO MIAMI ..-...- player in the American League. AARON McCONNELL Our Reputation b
I l- day gives'at joyous nature What do you think: of this! Joe ; Greenberg is the only player that 136 FIooohor stro.t
-- full of high spirits and laughter. Coego claims that he knocked out tops him.rest.of pod ia pubes

(By JOVE) I I I Fond of pleasure, probably accompanied 5 : fUNERAL HOME

The Coconuts' baseball club by good looks, or with the The
the cla >s will be out there
champion colored nine of the city for i i1I'jJJ lack of them covered by the jovial DIAMOND BALL I fighting f.r the game. jhr Wateb a PRINTING Dignified Sytspatb.ti.Dxtor -
morning I
lean tomorrow disposition will come easily
will play series money If Bethel is wild there is Carbon c..rteI
Miami a
where they and probably JIll easily. Lookout DAY r DONE BY US
Miami go I ON LABOR d
of games with the ell to take Lis place. NOTARY PUBLIC
only that its dosposition does I
Giants. I The .clubs are evenly matched I WATCHMAKER JEWELEII LICENSED EMBALMER
will be played not leave a stai.i, for this natureis -THE-
The Drat game
I and the fur will when
,j surely fly
Sunday! and a bleheader Mon- easily led into nets not wholly ,(By JOVE) AND ENGRAVER s-.s.\ '
<'?v (Lrfror Day). clean. Everything! is ready for the big I they meet this coming Monday See Him For Your Nest Wedl ARTMAN PRESS AU.z-- .

The players to make the trip rame on Labor Day. afternoon beginning at 3 o'clock. ALL PRICES REDUCED
wMI be: B. BiUer. Gene Fisher, Charles Dean: and George Dean, The Lopez Funeral Home ten r-. Ci zeac.. LADY ATTENDANT :

Alplieuv (Dizzy) Dean, Alfonso Sr.. manager; :onsorer. owner I and the Busy Bees are going! to The ancient theater of the East Hearst C t. 1Z--1 t. t lLUen.. OEli Ice
and chauffeur for the club. battle that will be remembered PHONE 51
Oscar Mclntoch Arthur stage a
Dean survives in its purest and most Op.. Saturday Nights Pbe.. .is Nev. slopS
Mclntoch, Gene Smith R. Wil I wish them luck and may, they for years to come.
Ham!. B. Suarez Pedro Suarez.B. trim those Miami Giants in every j I Bethel and Gates will be In there i I vital form in Java and Bali,

Bain, E. Sands, Geo. Dean]Jr., game. pitching their heads off, and the ,oriental authorities state
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SAGE FOUR :THE'KEY \7Z:/T CITHZi' ; =_:::. _'..-.::.::::' : ,, :': ..3.

[ flounce the birth of-* daughter 9
WAGNER\ ENLARGES BREWERY PRICESf o'clock yeHerdar morning their
SOCIETY home on Washnigton street. The

.:-: :-: ....................e.................... ....... NEW AT ,MENDELL'S AT PARKS' HOMEMr. new lene Frances.arrival will be named Mar-

i..............................S.....S.......I..o Mother and baby are reported

I a* doing nicely
Miss Bermann Entertained At An advertisement in this issue' Mendell's Exclusive Men's Shop and Mrs. Ivan Park an-i

) of The Citizen carried by Long's today advertises a number of --
Marshmallow Roast Last Night 1 Furniture Store contains a valu- school opennig specials; : in the been: reduced for the next few' DeHolay Labor Day Dance.

1y able message to tho_ who are con- boys' department of this store. days as there is but one more I Subscribe to The Citizen--20c
fidering the purchase of now Prices have week to school needs. I
on boys' clothing I buy I weekly.
An enjoyable event of last eve- Celia Weintraub, Rose Appel, .
the Marshmallow Roast Rose Rosendo, Mary Soldano, ,-- --- ---- ---- -_...
ning was
little time is spent by the
Weintraub in Edith Russell, Goldie Lewinsky,
given by Miss Ida management of this store in the'
i wk Ra61i.
honor of her houseguest, Miss'Florence Walker, Agnes Walker, selection; of furniture. All a'oci !
Pearl Bermann of Miami. ![Fortuna Lopez.
must be youthful, fashional: j
Guests assembled at the Wein-' Isadore Weintraub, Harry ood-ooking and up to the rcin-i I

traub home, 700 Elizabeth street Weintraub, Tony Kemp, Herman ..+e in sty I... j jDeJolay :
and drove to South Beach near Holtsberg Frank Perez, Fred 1! cq

Roosevelt Boulevard where a Knight, Oscar Ramirez, Joe Allen,I Labor Day Dance.I I ffi 1..

pleasant evening was spent roast- Joe Medina, Alfred Sawyer, Ray-II i /I

ing marshmallows, dancing and mond Einhorn, Sidney Einhorn,II I 'WAR BABIES' BELOW 1

playing various party games. Deli- Halbert Lewinsky, Edward.Adams,,I .. .
cious refreshments were served Aquilino Lopez, Jr. I STANDARD OF ARMY, 2il .
during the evening. I| Mrs. Ella Freidman, Mrs. Annie j :

Those present were: Misses Wilson, Morris Fabricant and, (fly Ae..rIared Pr...

Angela Soldano Ida Weintraub I Berman Weintraub. Scene of Operations Carried On In Making Addition To Plant WARSAW, Aug. 30.-The recruiting -
of Poland's "war
I babies"j
has disclosed generally poor phy-t'

I Enjoyable Dance Party Church GivenWednesday NEW AND LARGER BOTTLING MACHINERY sical starvation childhood.condition during because infancy of near-and j!j Furniture That Will Form The

By They average 2 to 3 inches below -
normal in have ,
-- height, narrow -
A very delightful event of the Barbara Carey, Zenia Hoff,. chests poor teeth and are Basis Of A Happy Home

reek was the dance-party given Ruth Rose Galey, Leonora War- I prone to bone diseases. One
Wednesday evening by the Young Curtis Kathryn Diaz,I MIAMI. Aug. 30.-Officials of ployed exclusively for all skilled' II newspaper said many of the
ren, Betty ,
the Wagner Brewing Company, of work. I :'
People's Service League of St. I youths born in 1914 to 1918 are r

Paul's Church in the Parish Hallon Martha Carbonell, and Ramona this, Cjity' announce, the enlarge- Wagner Brewing Company is! tubercular.A THREIJ-thMgs] ; serious considerationeclcd7 4PIECELiving
I'Cervantes. ( Room Suite
: :
Bahama street. .I ,ment of its facilities for the manu- anticipating a very active tourist \ ; ,
Jbfusic for the occasion was Gerald Jaycocks. Delio Cruz,t! facture'an'd bottling of Wagner i secison.! with probably even; ; greater -I chemist has'discovered a way by the newly! ;v' coup >e' :purchasing fur- FROM S40 00 ..UPniture

furnished by John Pritchard. Delicious -'''Jack' Pierce, Theodore Russell,I ,I to mix gasoline and whiskey. for theiiitte.: Ishefurniture youth .
; beer, to popular in Florida an crowds than I :
: refreshments consisting of i were present last Flaming youth, with the aid of a 4-PIECE
punch, sandwiches and crackers' Charles Wardlow, William Mon-. Georgia.Recently, a second bot-1 j I year. Their sales organization has steering wheel, has been trying it ful, fashional egd64-looking: ? Is it built to Bed Room Suite

were served. I salvatge, Joe Allen, John Pritch-'<: tlinjf machine and.a second label I been expanded so that they ,now I II for year. wear? I* .it'.pnceit so: &snot,, to cause a strain FROM tp
Among those who enjoyed the ard, Billy Allen, Jeff Knight, Erie ing machine were added to the I have ** 856.00
thirty owned "' ..
I comply
event were: Curry, Pauf Sawyer and others bottle shop equipment, doubling I branches in Georgia and Florida DeSIolay Labor Day Dance. .{! on the finances? *T.. -Dinin Room Set- -

the of beer which couldbe' ..
amount in addition to the plant in Miami 1
-- -- rdg/r
bottled in a given time. Engineers -I I and three dsitributors. This gives 0'i Such furniture, and ONLY such furniture FROM S80.00 up
In \ Arrange Dance At have just completed the job i
Mach Interest II them a very complete coverage of TO SUBSCRIBERSIf I is sold by LONG'S. _Which explains the
Labor Day Dance f\, Habana-Madnd ,of removing the original* bottle a'"Yundt" 1 J Jwasher '! Florida and the greater part of wideDinnette Sets $48.60
the installation of ,
Georgia. It would be difficult to spread tendency among Key West's young pea
do receive 1 ,
I i lIabana-Madrid will I air brush 'washer of,1 I find a vendor in Florida that Wagner yon by 6:15 act o'clock i in year the pIe not only to furnish at but when the Breakfast $1.25
Those in charge of the Labor Club sponsor double fie capacity of the origin- ;,i: does not call on regularly, paper I Long's, Sets'p
Day Dance at the Cuban Club Pre-Labor Day Dance al. I Ii afternoon, call telephone 51 time Just R e Ci t of
a big !I and the same applies to all south- comes, to refurnish. As an added feature, ;
Monday evening are anticipatinga tomorrow night at the usual hour.j Designed originally with the: erst and central Georgia. Huge and a paper will be cent to- Utility Cabinets
your home. A complaint boy Long furniture may be purchased on our
large attendance.John !I!!i According to the number of= thought of working five daNa< a ;i'1 I transports carry the beer from Mi- is on duty at this office from 12x54", fine for ,pots
Pritchard's popular or- |week, eight hours to shift, it has EASY PAYMENT
furnish dance music reservations already made, a ',, ami to many of these branches direct 6:15 to 7il5 p.. mm. for the pans, dishes, etc. chestra will been found necessary to operate' while is vF A vJLONG'S
I ship to
for the occasion. The event is capacity crowd will attend this three shifts of eight hours per day i' I purpose of deliveringcom-

being sponsored by Robert J.I j I event. Music will be furnished I most of the time to produce the',,, load carry from 13,000 Miami cases to.of Jacksonville beer at a, plaints. Help as give you 100 I

Perry Chapter. Order of De-' by Del Wood's: JIabana-Madrid enormous requirements of the!' Beach percent service by eating 51 FURNITURE STORE
;:Daytona and Brunswick.
if do not receive The Citi-
I.Orchestra.PERSONAL yon
Molay. I many branches operated by Wag-i 1 I Just a year ago Wagner started: .
ner in Florida and Georgia.In a.a.7I..I'.I".I'.I'.I'.I'.I' I .. .
-- the distribution of Miami made ,.. {

1- ..:::: ::MENTION::::: 'tbe'storage wniter ercetion preparation season cellars of, Wagner,an fermentors.for addition the has coming started to etc.the,!;,,I:seeds beer state, of and any Florida.today two breweries The the rise volume to in popularity C1I the:-- --- - .:U -. -1 _, -

IP.....................o.,..........---------..... where the beer is processed after:!;}I of Wagner has inspired all. 4MORNING
connected with
|: the firm to increase Starting Wednesday September
,., Mrs. Louise Whitehead and son Mrs. H. N. S. Jones and three brewing. This addition to the;;f their efforts to make the ,
1 I I
Billy, who were visiting relatives J children, left over the East Coast main building will be :53 feet long; ]j best beer possible end to render
-- and friend in Homestead and Miami -:I yesterday afternoon for a visit by 45 feet wide rind will be three'!j i super service in the distribution

returned over the East Coast. with her family in Atlanta, Ga. stories high. It will increase the:;! of it. ,.
yesterday. storage or ageing capacity by ap-1 i i! The additional building and increasing STAflt
I. Douglas Wilson, traveling pas- proximately 5000 barrels. It will. the sine: of bottling roaS -'
Sergio Marcus and Kafael Men- senger agent of the P. and O. S. be Georgia brick, steel and con-!;'S cHoery: is tut a part of the program
who S. Company, who accompanied the crete. Fermentors will be produced -i
ocal. physicians of Cuba, are: j Wagnehas in mind to keep
delegates to the congress of Medicine -'[ Boy Scouts from Pinellas, Hills- of Florida woods at Palatka.t:j i always in the lead in the manufar-'
to be held in Madrid, Spain, I I borough and Duval counties on and all materials entering into the tore and sale of its: product--to
next month, arrvied from Havana I I I|their trip to Havana, arrived yes-I construction of the building will.j!|offer to the people of Florida and
terday afternoon on the Cuba and insofar as possible be Georgiaand : 1,
"yesterday afternoon and left over Georgia the best beer it is possible
the East Coast for New York left over the East Coast for his Florida product i:i I to make and at a popular price.
where they will embark for their home in Miami. Rodney !Miller Inc., builders of

a destination. II I the original plant, are the general DeMolay: Labor Day Dance.
Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Stirrup, contractors. Union labor is em-r I

: son Dan, and Charles Wesley I
Frank Drane who has many
S. ,
Goethe; who were spending a few returned over the East Coast yes
friends in Key West, was yesterday -
in Jacksonville with relatives
i terday.
honorably discharged from and friends, returned on the Ha- SCHOOL OPENING
the service of the United States "I
vana Special yesterday. I Melvin E. Russell, superintendent -
Army, and left in the afternoonfor
of public instruction of SPECIALSMENDELL'S
New York where he will enlist Miss Eloise Guito, daughter/ of
Monroe county left last evening
for foreign service. I )lr. and Mrs. Frank Guito, who I -AT-
i on the Steamship Cuba for Tampa
short vacation at
was spending a
Mrs. Harry Gwynn, who was en route to Fort Myers to join
Tavernier, returned yesterday
; Mrs. Russell and the children who
spending a while in Key West as 1 eI
: morning. are spending a vacation with '1 a
guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. O. i Jl e
Ackerman left yesterday after- Mrs.\ Russell's family. I Exclusive Men's Shop
noon for her nome in Miami, ac-t Mr. and )trs. S. M Moore_ar-" t BOYS' DEPARTMENTBOYS'

companied by Mr. and Mrs. Acker-!rived yesterday from Marathon',!(j Mrs. Nina Ryder Johnson dis-
and will remain the week-end a strict I: supervisor of intake and certification -! PANTS, washable,
man, who will spend several daysin
guests of their son-in-law and'I II{ left yesterday afternoon -! !atll"sizesSl.OO
lol.iami.lorn. j daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Victor"j for a conference with officials -I ._....,..... _.....

Thomas James and daughters -! Moffat. I .of the WPA in Jacksonville.;
: BOYS PANTS: better grade-
i i" _
Misses Gwendolyn and Jose-i
phine, left yesterday afternoonfor Mrs. Thomas Russell, dau/hterl/ !; I.DeMolay: Labor Day Dance. $2.95> AND $3.95

a vacation trip of several daysin 1\1\ n....Mervin Russell and children,I 1,
Mdami. who,were in Miami ,with relatives SCHOOL GIRL SPECIALPERMANENT 1i I BOYS' SHIRTS,

for a vacation returned over the 8 to 14& u..._...-...........__50c
F. E. Albert, district supervisor! 'I East Coast yesterday. I WAVESTwo

of finance and reports for the Permanents : BOYS' SHIRTS, Boy Blue

WPA administration in Key West,.1 Dan Lewis who is employed, for __....J$5.00 : Brand, sizes 95e

left yesterday for a business visit with the office division of the' Better Ware, $5.00 and .p : 12to14a ......_.....
in Jacksonville, accompanied by
A. C. Manucy, of the departmentof bridge forces on the keys, arrived; MRS. MILLER I BOYS' SHOES, made by
from Islamorada Ocean View 1 Phone 574-J
I yesterday '
j accom-
research, who will visit with I Peters, Endicott Johnson and
panied by Mrs. Lewis and
his Augustine. areguests others
family in St. --
at the home of Mrs. Lewis'parents I
:Mr..and Mrs.\ Clifford G. $2.50 $2.95
Edwin L. Roberts of the Wrn.Curry's j Emily
Hicks. Heavy Western Steer Meat knew she owed her parents a great deal-in the
Sons store, left on the .
Steamship Cuba yesterday for a FRESH KILLED MILK i i AND $3.50 i ; > < little Alabama town where the Feltons were so importanti
vacation of two weeks with rel- Mrs. Edna Mitchell and two I FED VEAL '
atives in Tampa. sons who were enjoying a vacation -<1 i! TENNIS SHOES 75c i was brought up to realize that. .

I in the Catskill Mountains,I Nice Fat Hens Fryers ; all sizes .. ................... .I .
the' Cenninj Spring Lamb So it wasn't surprising that when Mrs. Felton picked
Ralph Milner, of the state plant, were returning passengers on I II i I
board unit in Key West, who with I Havana Special yesterday i : BOYS' UNDERWEAR. Shirts : : the'"right" man for Emily everybody considered the .1
Bermuda Meat MarketPhone and Shorts, each- : ."

tion Mrs.at Milner the Milner was enjoying home in Moores-a vacaI I Captain George W. McKean, of I Ii 861-W Quick 'Service : 15c AM 25cTHE I' it : question of marriage settled and awaiting only such details 1 1I

ville, Indiana, and other points,,i the United States Coast Guard! While at Virginia; Street I : as setting the date and buying the trousseau.
returned over the highway thisweek. Service, in command of the Cut-j We are Sunday Mornings, NEW STOREP&O I .
Mrs. Milner will return 1 ter Saukee, who was in Miami for I'I'I open I i I. Nor had Emily,any wish to uproot the traditions of ;
later. i I I a conference with other officials) 1 .

'I I i ,e .this household where Duty was thought of in capital let. .
Key Miss West Sara for Bello.several who weeks was as the'in' MUKI-MUKJ-O Mi i M MI : --' ters. Family tIes'field her fast. How, finally) she is.able toY

house guest of Mr. and Mrs.I I LUCKY DANCE I'' STEAMSHIP Co. A NEW SERIAL free herself and retain the love of her parents is told in
Eugene Martinez left !
; yesterdayon
Tonight from 9:30 till ? "
the Steamship Cuba for her' UNITED STATES FAST "Morning Star, one of the most fascinating romance

1 : '. of the year.Follow .
Adm. lOc t. 75ej .Ladies Free .
I I Effective March 18th, 1935 .

MOlfcOE THEATERGay Leave Key West for Havana Wednesdays and Saturdays, "Mon i Star" Daily in
ALARIAi 1.:20 P. M.Leave i > ,lg

666 6 6 6 Kibbee-Zasu Pitts in Havana for Key West Thursdays and I _

in 3 daytIMI.UU. GOING HIGHBROWLyle daIse630P.M.Tiekts .! West for Pert Tampa Thursdays. AlODfaJ'S.1 i > -

Talbot-Valerie Hobson in I
COLDSSslrt CHINATOWN SQUAD Reservations and Information at Ticket THE CITIZEN I
( Deck '.....'71 I
Ksst Dr.i first i7. Matineet Balcony, lOc Ore) ..- J. H. COSTAR.-Acee. I ii 1" .'.-- .

TONIC ssj LAXATIVE tra) 15-20c| Nifhtt 15-25 I ...........e..oo..o.o........:....................et..........................-..rr....eeae.

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