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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: September 14, 1935
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
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LVI. No. 219. KEY WEST, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1935. PRICE FIVE CENTS;

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Last Congress Session Saw. 'PASSENGERS ON.e .RED;CROSS COMPH.ESCOMPI.ETEIIST ''Probe Into Private Budgetary ProblemsOf


STEAMER JOYvisrrro OFft= VItJANjHAJtN-'R=)I CENT STORM"fb



Huey Long As "Big Show" CITY { ; Red Cross has contpttej .i 'Grooms Frankie Palmer Newton Matecumbe Rosalind Hotel. Congressman Raises Question Whether

complete tut of the'drilian'ttorm-

.f _THIRTY-SIX ARRIVED YES- deao! in the recent hurricane" 'John Mrs. Reca Wesley Peacon Pest. Harold Matecnmbe.Pent Political Job Is Profitable Financially

All Activities Of Louisiana EXPRESS HOPE I TERDAY ON BOARD GRAN- willet swept the Florida Keys'see- Tavernier.Mrs.. Camille. Finder, Harry Pin-

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Senator Brought About FOR INCREASE ADAj ENTERTAINED DURING Lion The list, which Contain thename's der Henry Pinder, O'Neal Pin- --
I der and two children Islamorada. '
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Prolonged DiscussionsIn STAY HERE of 171 persons, follow! Mamie Pinder, Upper Mate MEMORIAL SERVICE d CRIMINAL COURT Demonstrated That Memo

MAIL SERVICE cumbe.

SenateBy Whale Alfred Harbor.Adams and Roy Adams, Mrs. Russell Finder and two AT BAYV1EW\ PARK CONVENE ONCOMINGMONDAY t ber Of Congress Can

The charms of this attractive, Charles E. Albury, Sr., and children. Bob Pravatt Whale Har
ANNOUNCEMENT RELATIVETO tropical city were enjoyed to the child; Ed. A. Albury Estelle Al bor. Save Some Of SalaryIf
HERE
utmost by thirty-six eastern visi- bury. Jim Ashe, Mrs Jim Ashe Commodore N. Rasmust, Ruth ONJUNDAYEXCELLENT
(HERBERT By Aworlated PLUMMER Press) POSSIBILITY FOR SIX- tors who were in Key Wet for and son of Jim Ashe, Matecumbe.Mrs. Roberts Clayton Roberts Mate- So Desired
more than six hours yesterday.The W. G. Miami. cumbe.
Baker
Hney P. Long was the !tiC show DAY SERVICE ANNOUNCED
visitors were passengers on, Mrs. Beckham and two children I Robert I. Roberts Charlotte i PROGRAM WILL ABOUT THIRTY-FIVE CASESON

and all side attractions from the THIS MORNING the Steamship Granada, bound t Mr. Bcrto Mrs. Berto Rita Ber- Russell. Florence Russel!; RusseU Bv BYRON PRICE
for Frontera, Mexico from Phila- to, Heston Berto A. J. Booth baby Mrs. Mary (Clyde) Rusbel', BE RENDERED TO BE HELDIN DOCKET FOR TRIAL AT Ufcfof .r Bareno. ,... ." ".. 'at.1
time he took congressional office delphia. Mrs. A. J. Clyde ......... "..........
I Booth. A. J. Booth Jr., Russell Florrajne Russell MEMORY OF STORM VICTIMS SEPTEMBER TERM COURT
a. far as galleries of the United Possibility of an increase in Arrangements for a sightseeing! Ida Davis Broffest. Mrs. Margaret Emery Russell Mary Johnson Russell The private budgetary pro 'ern.
i{trip about the city were made by Bunzick. Ed Cannon Mrs. E. C. Russell, Eugene Russell ON KEYS TO OPEN 9:30 O'CLOCK I of Texas '. .
States senate were concerned. mail service'between1' K i y"*W .rand 'Stewart Leonard, of the Key Ed Cannon Eddie Carey and one Mrs Gladys Russell; Isla a coagresMMan r< c
West Administration who met. child Islamorada. morada. I aired by the senate lobby InH'.tlc.tora.
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the last session Hney freltha'for-
Daring northern' points the boat. Mr.* and Mrs. Donald J. Rev. S. E. Carlson, Charles I Howard Russell. Faye Ru!,"fc'I! Final arrangements were com Criminal court of Monroe county -

packed 'em in as none of the other days schedule as' now" itkbKshed Sullivan of Philadelphia newlyweds -;, Cary Mrs. S. E Carbon, Mrs. Henry Russell nine Russell children pleted for the general memorial for the September term win, throw some light "0 lh-)

were among those enjoying Charles Cary Rose Cary AnnaD. Howard E. Russell, Mr. services tft> be held 4:30 o'clock tonvene' old queaticn- whether. politic a
in session Mon j'
95 of his colleagues could. Not to a .ix-dayhweekTy'iehed6fei"wa, ; t their. first visit to this island. j Cary. Howard Clark. Henry Howard E. Russell and two cMi- tomorrow afternoon in Bayview recessed

Senator Borah of Idaho, I.r. **' Following a delightfully inter-I Coffin. Thompson Fish Co.; JohnW. dren, Mrs. Charlotte Russell Glen- Park for the many unfortunateswho day morning 9:30 o'clock with profitable vocation financially; !
eve* announced today: esting sightseeing tour the visi- Dumas Mrs. John W. Dumae wood Russell, Phyllis Russell. lost their lives in the terrible Judge J. Vining Harris presiding.At .

years the senate's chief .ur.etio..1! This aanou.cement'followed the tors enjoyed several hours of recreation Caribbee colony. Florence Russell Leo Russell!! storm of September 2. ,f. brief session held Monday The testimony dt..n.tr..lrl

at the Habana-Madridj 1 I Mrs. Ruby Eubanks and one Mrs. Louise Russell. Irene Ru!!<.wll, Members of all congregations morning of this week a regular!)! that a member of congress, Ly 1.1ii ..-.
could compete with the Louisiana"kingfish" arrival this morning on the Steam Club before again boarding]I child. Joseph Fecteau Mrs. Frieda Rosemary Russell! Richard Rn-" are invited to attend also the

when it came tot] ship Cuba of J. .R, Boyd chief of, ship. |I Fecteau. Marie Madsden Fecteau sell. Mrs. Minnie Russell, Mrs American Legion Legion Aux-t venire of 118 l jurors and a special I >f regally, can save omr "f i.l.
There the travelers and a number Islamorada. !Rose Russell Islamorada. iliary, Florida National Guard venire of-12 jurors were drawn: .
$IO.OOO.alar,. If..he stsvs oat < '
showmanship. i the Railway Mail Service with I of friends made here assem-I Abram Fisher Tea Table Key. William N. Russell Matecuml.e., representatives of the army and. .returnable 9:30 o'clock Monday I

bled in the'salon and with singings Charles Foyle. Jr., Sopphie Anne Herbert Saunders Serrics.: navy and all private citizens. morning September 16. the social twirl, ledges ;in a .m.'i
Everything that Long did hada I Leadonarters i in Jacksonville anda and dancing made merry until the'' Foyle Davis Ganders Cape I Mrs. Marjorie Spitz Raymond Following is the program: After the jury was drawn from;
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touch of the dramatic. Even meeting with n number of citi- vessel departed 11 o'clock for its; Sable. II Spitz Jr.. Tavernier. Reading of a proclamation- the box, three pleas of guilty to I I'I apartment dresses economic illy
destination. Hazel Grassier Walter L. Griffin Norman Sweeting, Ethel Sweet Mayor Wm. II. Malone. minor offenses were heard by careful about traveling e..
his daily entrance to the chamberwas zens. Taverriier. ,: ing. Grace Warrington, Thompson. Verse of America. by congre- ,Judge Harris who passed sentences -
Rev. Hagar, Mrs. Hagar: Leo-:i:,J. Thompson Mrs. J. Thompson,I gation-Hospitality Band. I and difrmi-feed the culprits -II.I.pen.e and doeWt (o out .1 f L..
staged. He never arrived ealie. At the conclusion Mr. Boyd BERLIN LARSEN I
.nard Hall Mrs. Leonard Hall I I W. A. Tyree, Myrtle Tyree. May-( Invocation: -Rev, Father Wm.
for the convening of the session said he would recommend<<,, that George Hall John Hall Laurence l belle Tyree Tavernier. 1 J. Reagan Catholic: Church. I The court then announced that'I way to entertain OMstitnr,>U. *1-

.!service be increased by the arrival STILL MISSING, hall Islamorada. I! Benjamin Van Ness" CatherineVan Musical number The Trumpe- due to the terrible catastrophe!! may end Iia imm-ooor (cm- .. .
t ; at noon Usually every senator and departure of mails on Sun- r : William Hanion Indian Key. Ness. Eugene Van Ness Ben- teer**--Sung by Avery Johnson. which had visited the Florida Keys'I I .

was in his seat and the business days and Thursdays. Mail serviceis George Henderson. Sarah Higgs I jamin Van Ness Jr., Dorothy .Scripture-Rev. J. B. Culpep- I and the ensuing sorrow being: ex-| era! thousand daises to tM v.> '

Myrtle Hodge Sarah Hodge.1 Vester. Dorothy Burkhzrt Vester per. First Methodist Church. I perienced by citizens of .
now provided! on Tuesdays: : RELATIVES REQUEST THE: many !! The question is. hon i,,
of the day well under way Homestead. Edward Watts Mamie Watts Is Musical number. "Empty Chair"Qutrtettc Key W/est./ court would be recessed .
Wednesdays Fridays and Saturdays I Janice Lewis Eve B. I II l long at pWk. official "
CITIZEN TO HELP IN John Hood. Mrs. E. F.. Ingra- lamorada.Rex i untilIonday..
before he put in his appearaace. he said, by ships of the P. i I, ham. Mary Ingraham Robert In-! Wilkerson. Troy, Ala.; Eddie Warner. George Mills White and I On the docket there are about, tIM ma est pathway n,<",".

The two swinging doors at the and O. S..S. company. LOCATING HIM : graham. Mrs. Robert Ingrahamand : Williams Birdie (Bertha) Avery Johnson. I I 35 cases set for trial said! County, great wM remain. a pubic ..I! ,

entrance the side Present at the meeting with Mr. I : three children. Whale Harbor.i iI' Wilson Snrjce, Creek. I Address. "The Known and UnknOwn"Rev. -" Solicitor Allan B. Cleare, Jr., but;i Oomtitwnta alipeetdt lot. .u" .
on Republican I' Caroline E. Johnson Russell: Jim Wroten. Mrs. Harry (Bet James S. Day,I I some of the case wtl f necessity r. .,
Boyd were Postmaster HarrisAssLsUat dq :uri '
of the chamber would be thrust : I Relatives. in, Miami of Berlin Johnson: ,Rev. Copeland C. John ty) Wroten Mrs. Effie Pilot First Baptist Church. be continued," *eff>e 'fci1ffy t----
Postmaster Hollon Ber- r Larsen. who was a workman on son. M.rs. Copeland C. Johnson Islamorijda. Wood Beverly _Wood James t Flag Ceremony-Junior Patrol. those where the venue was on the I! climbing politician meets I"
open and the figure of Long ap valdi, Mayor Wm. H. Malone the Florida Keys, are anxious to i I Wood Islamorada. I.Versq.. of National Anthem bj Florida Keys. i who CM help him in ma"c .-

pear. With that swinging jaunt '.Wm. R. Porter president of the I'I learn of his whereabouts and have! 'N. C.: Kossack, Margaret Stod-: Civilian Reported Mt..*:Kig congregation standing-Hospitality I And if he attends such f.,. .
First National Bank
stride so characteristic of him he ; State Senator -!i I requested The Citizen to assist in,. dud Ko ack. Flamjngton Is-' Hobart Crabtree, Mrs. Hobart Band. |the is expected to return r'!
Arthur
i Gomez. J. Gerry Curtis Three Volleys-American Legion M'ADOO TO \WEDDORISJROSS
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locating him.Advices !land. Crabtree Robert E. DePansy,
the i representing the Florida District 1 I | pitality. which runs into i 11; "
would walk to dividing aisle Lucille Firing Squad.
received here are that.I: R. B. Lee Lilja Lenning Mara DePansy Marathon.
down to the front of the chamberand ERA; Carl Bervaldi. chairmars Larsen had his family quartered thon.. Farris Farrington. ThompsonFish Taps. F" 26| That is why so many n.> ."'
I of'the board of county commissioners I ( Benediction Rabbi Phillip felt that from the Jinan '
in-Key Wept while he was at, Frank Lowe. Islamorada. Co.; A. D. Northrup, Isla- ; <
then cross over to his seat on I ;' Leo Warren, president Crystal, Jewish Synagogue.BUSH'S ,
work. Mrs Gladys Kennedy of: Costance McDonald. Sarah morada. J lit often is a case of being "I* i

the extreme left. ,I of city council. 429 N. W. 4th street Miami will' Gricfiller., Snake Creek. Beatrice Pearson, Tavernier 'I if yea do spend and d.un-,, ,I
I [be information' Johrf Mungo Sirs Marie Mun- ridge. EVENT WILL TAKE PLACE
Everyone knew that it was',' grateful for any I POSITION you I J.\.
CITYPOLLTAX concerning the missing man. i 1\OnJo $oy Burkhart Mnnson Isla- "Chick," Sweeting's market, N.tlf TODAY IN WASHINGTON I '
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Huey. :An audible murmur would i ft'Ior'tda. W. First ave.. Miami.! t I 'Drinks For The Bor:

sweep through the galleries as the I I MADE PERMANENTI D. C. One of the enrUe-1 "Nd t I"". I
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occupants craned their necks to MUST BE PAIDBILL JOHN DUNN WASARRIVAL I I 4IectioB of this writer ,n'

get a good look at him. EUREKA COMES I CITY TAKES OVER J j II I a cwnty' judge m lmi<;', ,

Couldn't Star Still I TODAYMEMBER DECEIVED APPOINTMENT ONt (RfAmmmtlmtTi Press announced for congr .-- ;.n'I i ,
INTRODUCED FOR PUR WASHINGTON. D. C., Sept j m disgust a week later. .'I, n
One of the most striking things TO THIS PORT PARCEL OF LAND FRIDAY AS DEPUTY U. 14.-Senator William Gibbs )Ic-' he fOIled be was expert i

about Long was his inability to POSE FAILED TO PASSLEGISLATURE S. MARSHALL A'doo. 71. and Miss Doris Cross, luncheon and "set< uf. i<
keep still. He roamed over the OF PULLMAN COM- -- I 26-year-old daughter of Mrs.: for the boys" at a perfect

chamber constantly sitting here. PANY WENT THROUGHTO AUXILIARY VESSEL HAD SITUATED AT CORNER ADJACENT Nellie Cross, of this city, will be rate.Recently
I married today at 4 o'clock at !
a a senator x'r- ;I'
for then
a minute, suddenly Bush received
HAVANA, CUBA BEEN ENGAGED IN REPAIRING TO AQUARIUM Yesterday Ray G. private ceremony; in the home of. to Ms home state tit'mak'- a
ing to dart off in jump-I In some unaccountable the permahent appointment as I
up way a the
;: ,daughter here. ,
I i tells} .r. a he very! much wanted to > u
rection. He had a idea has become prevalent that I AIDS TO NAVIGATIONThe PROPERTY deputy U. S. marshal! for Key I The -epnatpr 1 : has been marriedtwo 'wrote back tint be suni'iy, < "
voters the electionwill .
sitting on the Republican side and in coming city, John Dunn of the Pullman West. ,I time l\\,t before..A I not afford to spend the 5'' '"
not have to pay"''poll taxc. *. This is the first time that Keyl ;.
even would over there to make company, who was a regular visi- former! resident of Sand trip would cost. New he "
go This is entirely erroneous' : tor to Key West before the cessation ,motorized Schooner Eureka. Yesterdaythe City'of Key West has had a deputy marshal l,)] #'*gt., Miss Cross hav lived forthe worry what the refu il I.' ,
often ,
This habit
speeches. occasioned .While it that'Lins stationed here since
true
is were of railway service was an Captain Hall which is under char West became owner of the valuable permanently ;I pas S year in Washington. | CM& him in votes.

jibes from his Democratic introduced at the 1935 session; of rival in Key West this morning.ar-I ter .to .the lighthouse department piece of land designated on! the Republican party discontinued I. .eDA tpr McAdoo'st: ,first wife!!! It K a famflfer thi"" ," \v
Senate door- the Florida legislature'fir' the .
it about eight
colleagues. 1 yeah ago.
whom
the S. S. Cuba and after a he married nearly 50 yearn i inctofi to find former hiuh 'J"
keepers declare that throughoutthe I elimination of poll taxes, they were, and has been engaged in making the county tax rolls as part of I, Since that time attorneys and I .
!stay left for Havana.Mr. ago, was Miss Sarah Hi- FleminJP.1I : > whose _me- once we c h}, <
session Long was the first senator not parsed. in repairs to aids to navigation in squares 4 and '5, 'located at the persons having business before '
Dunn was marooned Key Following her death the senator! word, existing m nrn i "
l occupants of the gallery ask r As it now stands; pill: tax"s West for a few days followingthe I Hawks Channel returned to port corner of Front and Whitehead '''I the United States court especially -!I married Eleanor Wilson. daughter I after yearin the "..'. '
ed to be pointed out to them. must be paid by vn'.rn just as on the admiralty side, have suf- ,
hurricane. As soon as possible yesterday afternoon. I streets. I of President Wilson. The second I serriee. Of come, thenir.'
that people asked, they were necessary here'lore, it I fered great inconvenience' whichin ,
They more
say
Jacksonville and made Mrs. McAdoo obtained final decree '
he left for Immediately upon arrival the Some time negotiationswere I'I'I a 'ers who havrfora <'d l < i
i id.BOY. ago instances amounted toa
about Huey than all the other senators several : ,
arrangements for his vacation. I of divorce l last year in Cali which continue to bang' :t' ",,
schooner began taking on sup between council of justice it is said.1 1I
put together. started city I miscarriage
take
will
Arriving in Havana he I fornia. I better-than-avrrage v>n.r
corridors outside plies and materials for repairs to After the Inauguration of: _
People lined the and Fred Dion representing the
the
i SCOUTS TO passage on a ship through .I,I I Actual I graft is fnv 'f(" >
the senate for hours when, he' Los Angeles, Alligator Reef Light and to minor and President Roosevelt effort was ,
Panama Canal and to End City Holding Company politics than the p<"Mi.' <'
was making a speech, waiting for where he will spend a vacation oftwo 1 aids: in that vicinity.The I The Southern Land Company for made to have a deputy marshal! ,!PYTHIAN SISTERS !, would put out mone. to h." \ "' ,
opportunity to get a seat. As I ATTEND I stationed here. At times the effort ,
an I .
CHURCH I months. I vessel sailed today and in I directly and fr'% t-r V" i "
the purchase of the property and!! seemed hopeless but it was .
soon as he had finished there was I : ,
I addition to regular duties will TO HOLD MEETINGKey I i experience of l he!'ni ''iffe-M! > >
I yesterday Mr. Dion was advised culminated in the
until it
a concerted move to leave. So deliver Tavernier for.' 1 I kept up !h fa- darn ,
clothing at That would (> inn' ; ri '
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much confusion resulted on one i! NEW PROJECTS I that the city's proposition was ac-:!! appointment of a deputy mar i ,,,
The local troop of Boy Scouts distribution to some of those in -- even if all polititMn: were c '"" "
ceptable to the owner. West
shall in Key I I
permanently
occasion that Vice President Gar I J
need of raiment in that vicinity.
will be the First Ia ed which they arc not.
the gusets of is understood I I -
ner halted the session to observe It is the intention .it Full credit is due Senator Park West Temple No. 20. Py
MONDAYEIGHTYFIVE
START apparel assembled -
wearing was
: Baptist church at the evening The I! of the PWA in Key West to Trammel: Hon. Frank E. Wide- thian Sisters, will' hold a memo The Political Mare
"The :show's over. Occupantsof 1 services tomorrow night. I by the Parent-Teacher Associations i I I start a project on the property; man, assistant U. S. attorney- orial service on Monday night beginning The late W.lli.m. .J K, r..,_.
and the local Red Cross
the galleries may now re-' The "hoisting of the flag" will I I I with the end in view of adding general; Hon. Linton Collins, assistant at 8 o'clock in memoryof i Bryan and ,,oine other an, ., '
tire." fe one of the features of the pro- MEN WILL BE Chapter.
gram. This will be carried out in NOTICE OF SUPERVISOR'"OF: ..*>* the Key West and Hon. J. Mark W 1coL .- McDonald and Mrs. Camille tones out of politics. That i .
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Senate DignityLong .
Ignored true military manner forming avery EMPLOYED IN PROPOSED [
REGISTRATION' .1"1 AquarranvMOREFUNDSFOR- l' : The final decision however Pinder who were lost in the re only with qualification-
had few intimates if any impressive part of the service OPERATIONS 1 1Noti rested with Guy C. Reeve, the"U. cent hurricane on the Florida t!I Meet of Bryan's monf, !

among his senate colleagues, although it is said. t C\a alt S. marshal and to him as well as Keys. from lectures and writ,,.,' '?
/: he talked to nearly all of I The pastor's sermon will be addressed 'c4 js hereby given t-e\isMh Ull to those mentioned credit la due. All relatives and friends are wise investments 11- hail i ','
them as he roamed the floor. He to the fathers and mothers Monaiv: : morning 85 unemployed peraorf:* desiring to I extended ah invitation to attend. f, which could have V>,"<-n rim, n
even paused unsolicited to wisecrack of th boys.Ramonin's. Key West men will be put to :the uric'enera. -EiL ion to. RED CROSS LIST I I to doHars if he m<'fer ha
at Robinson of Arkansas,I 1 I work on five new WPA prqjeets. I j.f'' "iIJ !'} IN iry ot, t. West t r .. NEW\ ARRIVAL AT politics. although: o'' co'1;! .
the Democratic" leader" and ratlIarri.on Appropriatidns of $53.976'ft w.. :on the 121i'.y of November A.I -' '. I MONROE THEATER i prestige of his" p"'tire.; .' '
of Mi issippi-two of been made available for these) ID.i 1935 that said registration .. e
him
HOMEMr. helped to c"vitalize'
his bitterest political enemies. Restaurant projects.The I{I books will be opened at the office -I| Three more contributors to thei CARBONELL I Wheeler and Woolsey in I talents. '

The dignified atmosphere which' project include ';repair to I I of Supervisor of Registration I i fund now being!: raised by the I NIT WITS I __
prevails" in the senate meant" little REOPENED TODAYAT the road leadin;: from the! Stock I at the City Hall beginning Friday,t local .Red Cross Chapter to aid the George Raft-Carole Lombard in --
to him. Once he entered the NOON Island highway to the golf course I September 13, at 9 o'clock a. m.i I refugees from the storm-stricken and Mrs. Public Luis Car-' RHUMBA Regular Saturday Nile
chamber with a pocket full of appropriation of $7,399.29; installing to 12m.andfrom2to5p.m.; !i district were listed today. The bonell announce the birth of an

passed! from senator to senator I 1 garden $8,542; construe-! close on the 19th day! of October!I date: the morning of September 13 in a NEW HURRICANE
giving each a piece" of candy. lie ROAST PORK 35c i tion of 30-foot road from Flagler A. D. 1935 at S p. m. i Previously acknowledged ..$13.00Andrew local hospital. He has been named SCENES

was to Republicansas _nelI 1 I avenue to Roosevelt boulevard, TaKe due notice. and govern' R. Miller ...Ou.. ....... 5.00 Publio Luis Carbonell JI- I I HABANA MADRID CLUB
as generous ...._.... 5.00 Mother and on'are reported a* Additional News Reelsof -
he was: to Democrats. Before I TURKEY DINNER SOc Ii j $9,442.45; placing of culvert on yourselves accordingly.E. IE. M. Cutler .0' '0' and Their
long he had senatorial jawsin southeast !shore of island $3.-I, C. GOMEZ. West Drug Co. ...OU.. 150 doing nicely. Mrs. Carbonell was Florida Keys will be I For Members

very all parts of the chamber work-1 615 Dnval Si. Phone 471-J [ 859.79; dredging of garrison Supervisor of Registration.1 before marriage Miss .Catherine I shown tonight. Invited Guests
$24,735.75. septl2-3t 1 Total- $38.00 Schuck.
ing away at the candy. bight for small craft $ -
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._.-- I KEY WEST IN THE WEATHERTemperature VIEWS AND REVIEWSWhat Today's .1 Today In History

Published.... niiiFxnpt; :Sunday, By INC. What the people of the North and ee...e.ee..e..o..ea
THE .Tlzt:' BI.ISIIINO CO DAYS GONE BY
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L. P. ARTVA.N" President other .f. "f Anniversariesa
JOE ALLEN .&..,.t..t B..leea Ma..fer South really thought of each duringthe Happening Here Just 10 Year They Say WhetherRight ".. 1321-lhd, aged :56, Dact.r
From The Citizen Building years following the Civil War has Or Wypago..eee..ee..w orld-famed Italian poet-
Corker Greene and Ann Street Ago Today As Taken. FromThe Highest ...__.._..__......,...__-j..........88 1735-Robert Raikes English!
OnlY Dally Newspaper: In Key Pest! and Monroa been the subject of much discussion.; An File. Of Th Citiu Lowest' ._-._- ._- ____-. n _. ____-.78 founder of Sunday schools bora. 1812-Russians fire Moscow aNapoleon's .
County. unusual story in this connection is told by Mean __ __ u u _...uu.__.___ ......83 l_ J. Dicltia& . guard :'is
at FIFTT.II'TII West, Florida as second class matterMember Ed. Howe of Kansas in his Monthly The Elks committee in chargeof : ,Normal! Mean _- ._.'.__.-82 from Iowa as Congress adjourned :cit,.
YEAR the dance scheduled to be Rainfall ; 1769 Alexander HumboUt,
.f A.iatetl FreesThe About the 1880 the general land I -
t 'e year
Associated: Press is exclusively entitled to use given at the Athletic Club tonight, Yesterday's Precipitation, .0 Ins. "No congress in American. history German naturalist-traveler, born. .
(or TjjvtcAt: .os) :! of all news dispatches credited to agent of the Illinois Central railroad announces that because of the in- Normal! Precipitation! _. .20 ns'l j jThin has! made such a record"I Died Ma/ .>, Ife59. J lof! lU1-G! S 4ott occupie; C :y.
.1 >r not otherwise credited In .this paper and also clement Mexico in U. S.MuicanVat.
_the local news published berwNAIICNAL visited Vicksburg for the purpose of put- weather and the condition rrrvrtf c..rr. Sf-.r vrl 4rniliBK
of the Athletic Club, the dance .l a .yirk rain mormtmf.Tomorrow's 1823-Beniamin H. 1151. Geor.j! -
ting through a land deal which was con- AlmanacSun Joseph 'T. Robinson, Democratic 1901-President: McKinley dies
has
_' EDITORIAL) been postponed until Thurs- gla ytatesuwn. Confederate and U.I I i
ASSOCIATION sidered to be desirable for that city, as wellas day evening. rises ._...w.w_-_._-.. 6:13 a. m. leader in the Senate: S. Senalor. born in Jasper Co.j: alld Vice President Theodore
II ** achievements of this ;
C/t /9J5 for the railroad. Naturally he expectedto Sun sets __. _w. -- -6:22 p. m. The sea--: Ga. Died at Atlanta, August 15, i; Roosevelt sw rn in.
....... Louise Bell, eight year old Moon rises .- .ow. 8:30 p. m.1: sign! of ,congress? will, be memor- 1882. I i

One Tear S\BlCRIPTIO: ... ._...: ....RATES__. 410.00 be cordially received. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. L.Bell Moon sets ....____._______ 9:09 a. m..able." ;. 1934-M we thi half the thr -c-
Six Months; -:: -.=--- --=-:-.n-- -- -=::::-=== 600 He was accompanied by his wife anda I was struck and knocked 1i Tomorrow's Tide. 1846-George B. SeW. <-:1. patent quarter million textile workers cut

tine Three Month Month.__ __ __ __ ._ .___ .____ $50.Ii I party of friends in his private car. Strol- i down this morning by an auto A.M.' P.M. Bertram Russell British author:', attorney and inventor who : on strike.Ssbeeribe.
Weakly ,,___.___ n.___ n. ______ .%0 the streets at I car near the corner of Margaret high .........--_...--11:41 11:3Q J "1 have hoped fhat the .campaign 1' patented a motor car back in 18i,!
ADVERTISING-RATES ling about night they were and Southard streets opposite Low .__...-- ...___. .__ 5:11 4:57: in Ethiopia may prove sol I'I I born at Clarkson. N. YPied at I to The Citizen.
-llade known on application._ approached by a man who said he was the I Harris schooL The child was Parameter a a. m. today burdensome and unpopular as to i]:, Rochester, N. Y., Jan. 17,1922. j t I I"a
lPECIAL1\OTICE I
All reading notices! cards of thanks, resolutions of chief of police; that he desired to warn bruised but not seriously hurt. Sea level, 29.96.WlAJIEk cause the downfall qf lu!!.< respect, obituary notices etc. will be charged for at I The Bell family reside at 309 1834-Julia M. gruder, novelist THE SEMINOLE
them that the people were opposed to their !
the rate of 10 cents a ltd* Simonton I
street. Mr. Bell is pressman '! FORECAST; I born in Virginia. Died there
Notices for entertainments by churches from which
visit and he advised them to retire to their with the Call. Collett Vare .champion} -
a rt'venu4 is to be derived are S cents a line. Morning June 9, 1907.
The Citizen Is an open forum and. invites diacu- which (Till 8 m., Sunday) I golfer: : -I Yd
... hotel and keep out of sight, they p. I t -
SJ T nf public! Issues and subjects local or generallut.r.st Port statistics for the week end- "I fee) that the game, no matter
but It will not publish an.mou.. coramunl- did. Key Vest and Vicinity: Partly 1866-Austin B. Garretson, i,
ing September 12, show that dur- pow glorious; must be of minor
c-i 1 ns.! and I labor leader born in Iowa. Dirt 11 J
tonight Sunday prpb- .
cloudy ,
Later the same man called on the ing that period 1,272 passengers importance Hen cannot! live by!! Feb. 27, 1931. ;
land agent and further advised him to take I passed through this port. The+' k'/J ; 1'I golf alone." 1 j jer I

IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST number taking passage here during (-j. \{ 1 subscribed to third I .6 I
I I Qd..d party
his party to their car and leave town by I I the week for Havana was 560.tThose '
member of Congress "
ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN Clt d. AFuller, movements. I J
the first train. He also suggested that they entering from Havana}! ; from Arkansas: j i
numbered 712. This indicates it'' :; u; -I j 1
leave the hotel by the rear, so as not to be is season, 17 r \ "The liquor monopoly is ajbsolutely Sinclair Lewis, author, sailing for ,
said that
the tourist is
,
1. Water and Sewerage. { dictating the terms of our 4. France: > .ek.Ule Floridacilia.
observed. Frightened by these warnings, beginning earlier than usual I / .. GR1\ER. Maoaarer
laws these daya. "The new d:'!sl has accomplished -
2.. Bridges to complete Road to Main- the party did as they were told. On the .t : 'i as much as aivthing that anyone ,A bumao home-like institution
A dancing party given last I .i.iShowars -- where you wnl find year Individual
land. way out they passed through the dark din- night by Mrs. Myrtle Coleman at fPdi .Max, S. Hales, Labor Editor: J rise bas suggested during the:;__'of.r' aN .. rtal._.'.,. a. matter

Free Port. ing rooms where movements of feet addedto the residence of J fr. and Mrs. o ? j ,.--' "You get no consideration: from t depre5 ;on." I great -importance.--

their fear. Frank Hammett, South and! Partly Cloudy moron politicians who govern us f fI A ....l tlreBrMt ..11.1.. leat..
4. Hotels and Apartments. Whitehead streets last night,] 1 unless you organize to better your I> George Bernard Shaw British j !. the heart .1 the city

5. Bathing Pavilion. Then the dining room wd suddenly marked the twenty fourth birthday ably local shower; gentle to mod-:I condition." I author 1 -oEvery -
1 "The hUbs of dead in Ethiopia Room. with Combination: Tub
6. Airports-Land and Sea. lighted up, revealing many ladies and gentlemen anniversary of the hostess.I erate winds, mostly northeast or; I i I will not inconvenience the'ownes and Shower Bath Radio, EUotno
The
decorated
home was beautifully C".lingaD.. Slat Door for Summer
7. Consolidation of County and City of Vicksburg seated at a banquet with pink and white east. William Randolph Hearst Newspaper I! of heaps of money now on depositat '' Ventilation Comfortable Beds with.

Governments.SIDELIGHTS. table.T The guests were invited to join in while roses and ferns were blooms gar-I Florida: Generally fair tonight: publisher: advocating. athird one percent and hungering for Mattresses and of. Inner individual,Spring Bead Construction : -

the banquet, which had been arranged in landed from the chandeliers. The and Sunday except probably local, "The party administration has I,i: five." .lug Lamps.
hostess is charming addition to showers present J I t RATES,!:
a in extreme south portion.
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their. honor.. There adopted all of the socialists': prin- I William E. Borah, U. S. Senator'I .!.*!.
Key West society. were Jacksonville to Florida Straits i7.< RMMB. Private Oath _. 3 a.ee
about 40 guests present to enjoyIeI' ciples. from Idaho: ''NO 11__.. Private Seth JJRB
and East Gulf: Gentle to moderate "Free de..s; e has killed many a 4. <.. Private Bath a...
CARDBOARD MONEY ) hospitality. ,
.
northeast or east winds and partly Albert C. Ritchie, former governor bad pie-e of legislation anj saved 14 R wi Prtva Bath JI
nmtamm. Private Bath 4.e
Much favorable comment is overcast weather tonight and Sun- of Maryland: millions l pf dollars to the taxpay :sl.: Hle. FOB DOCBLJI
Although the Treasury's recommendation being heard today on the musical day with scattered showers over I "Speaking seriously, I have nev-I I I ers." : OCCEPANCT
By MARCY B. DARNALL. I recital given Under the auspicesof .
that mill and one-half cent '
new one south portion. 1----- -- -- -- -
the Woaan's Club last night.
Former Edit. of Tbo West CUUea i
Key pieces be authorized was not acted upon The affair was given under the .n.... .. _H ,
by Congress before adjournment, the state I I direction of Cassio Brannan, internationally WEATHER: : CONDITIONS

According to a recent report the of Missouri has sought to facilitate the known violinist. Hewas
Home Owners Loan Corporation had taken I assisted by local highly accomplished Pressure is high this morning:
payment of its one per cent sales tax by musicians and enter from the eastern Canadian provinces -
over 181 homes of borrowers through foreclosure I the
southwestward
using cardboard disks of those denomina- tainers. over
and actions for foreclosure had tions. GulP States Northfield Yt., 30.36 J) I

been instituted against 1,167 more. The Editorial comment: Some of the inches, while low pressure areas't'
These disks resemble milk bottle caps men who used to sing 'There Is pverspreadj western districts, -;t
HOLC \vas established to protect home but are treated with parafin to make them No Place Like Home" so melodiously Seattle, Wash" 29.60 inches.

owners from creditors-now we shall need waterproof, and are expected to withstand have to sing There Is No Phoenix, Aria; 29.78 inches, ,and
another alphabetical agency to protect Place But Home since the saloons Edmonton, Alberta) 29.56;>> inches. .
wear for several months. They my be ...closed. Fair weather has prevailed in most

them from\ the HOLC. I obtained at banks and most stores, and sections\ of the country:' during; the -"t

-- There will be entertainment last 24 hours, except for scattered 1
are used only for paying sales tax dues in an : 1 A rKr
given this evening at the First'showers in eastern Texas; central
William Bagley did not succeed i in escaping -I which fractions of a cent are involved.In Baptist church beginning 745; t and southern Florida, portions of t

from San Quentin Federal prison, Missouri no purchase, however o'clock under the auspices of the New England, and northern ,Michigan ( 1 t

which he attempted recently, but he' temporarily small, is exempt from the tax, but a systemhas 1 Baptist Brotherhood when a short and rains on the north Pacific -
musical will be rendered. coast. Titusville! Fla.. and
escaped being hanged. His skull been worked out whereby the amount Refreshments program will be served on ,Seattle Wash., each reported EVEN H 1 ANNUAL
'
writ fractured by4 a trusty, and his hanging payable is approximated within one mill of the.grounds. ,heavy rainfall, pf 1.14 'Inches.

for murder, originally set for August the exact amount. On purchases of one to :Temperatures have fallen in portions

30, has been postponed for the time being 14 cents the retaijer collects one mill; from" Mrs. Mary oldest Carey residents one died of KeyWest's last I''I and Rocky of;the northern Mountain Plains region. Stales, and OLD STDV---NUNII.. ., .. .

awaiting the result of his injury. 15 to 24 cents, two mills; from 25 to 34 night in her home on Baker's in New England, Northfield -

cents, three mills, and so on up to 95 centsto Lane, leading off from Elizabeth I I reporting minimum of 32 vt..1
street. Mrs. Baker was 83 years grees; while in most other !
City commissioners of Atlantic City $1.0.1, on which the tax is an even one of age and had a host of friends, somewhat w rm.t'rye21 er .

recently discovered that they were paying cent. who will regret to learn of her; vails.

fire insurance premiums on a 'dozen fire Figuring and paying the small tax on passing. Funeral services ,will beheld G S. KENNEDY.
o'clock this afternoon. j Pfficer in Charge 1
stations and a fireproof steel and concrete purchases involving fractions of a dollar is 5
9
. municipal convention hall. Believing this annoying, and is said to be tending to increase Dr. Cobb, of Nashville. Tenn., I The Susu, a tall people of .
- French Guinea and Sierra Leone. ; .;. = The Old Stove Round-up ends Mon-
was playing safer than necessary, the the use of profane language in the will deliver a sermon in Fleming i '
I church this tattoo three lines on the breast !
Methodist
. policies were canceled.As "show me" state. But the situation is being Street and beneath the day
evening 7:30 o'clock. The visitingdE'rg.man eye. -
generally accepted good naturedly in is an able orator and I
_' Just a few days are Jeft in which! to
automobile license
a token of good will, the Univer- view of the laudable purposes to which the the public is invited to attend.Mr. Tennessee's w
I plates next year will be designed take advantage of the special tinallowanceas trade-
sity of Arizona presented a young moun- resulting revenue i* to be devoted-old age and Mrs. Felix B. 'Logan I I against an outline of the state's

tain lion to Loyola University for a mascot. pensions, unemployment relief and aid for daughter Josephine of Berkley, map.- .,' I II much as $15.

Recently the "pet," which the donors had the public schools. Calif., and :Mrs. Logan son. Tom!I I. 1 1
Harlee. arrived yesterday and will See the sensational 1 pew DeLuxe
'
assured: was harmless, broke loose, wrecked AMAZING CAR ECONOMY remain indefinitely in Key West.1 1! KEY \VESTCOLONIAL .

a dormitory and terronzsd the priests ." Mrs. Logan will be. .jmffb.rd! I'' .,... ..., HOTEL I I'fI rJ __ gas range, built tp our awn speeifi-_ .

in charge before it ws recaptured. '"'If the dream of some of the country's (by Harlee.many friends as Mrs. Lillian ,In the Center of the Business I. This unusual and distinctive DeLuxe catiJnshai\ has replaced s matty

-- leading metallurgists comes true and the I j and Theater District J :Magic Chef gas range is only old stoves in Key West hornet during '

Some time ago Melvin Morgan of price of aluminum f through a much greater I I one Qf the many models, offered for the Round-up. Modern in everydetail

Pittsburg, Kan., was given his choice ofserving output is brought down materially in price, I BENJAMIN LOPEZ HOME First Clac*-Fireproof- your selection during the Round-up.insulation '. attractive in design it
FUNERAL includes
I I Sensible RaU Standard equipment -
\ 10 days or copy'ng' the United it is likely to completely revolutionize engineering -
Serving Key Weft and these exclusive Magic is priced ,at only $49.50 (and your
States Constitution. in long hand as a practice. It has been pointed j I 1I I Half Century I COFFEE SHQP NOW) .OPEI. Chef features: Red Wheel Lorain .old stove.)

penalty for intoxication, and chose the latter -I out that in the automobile industry alone I 24 Hour Ambulance ServIc.Licensed Oven Heat Regulator Magic Chef .
Carat Elevator
Last week he finished: his task and the use of cast aluminum for cylinder I EnbatmerPhon Automatic Top Lighter, Three-in-
unrestricted
besides
I Popular Price You have
135 Night 698-\\ One Non-clog Top Burners and ,
the document was sent to the judge by his I blocks would cut 35 to 40 per cent from I. Oven
Sanitary High Burner Tray. choice of other range Jn
every. .
mother. Melvin was unable to present it t the weight of the engine thus contributing ___.________ ----------------t- :--- valve is of safety type. Enameled stock..

in person, because he had just begun serving J I materially to the performance of the car throughout. Door and Drawer han-

.;IX months at Girard for drunken driv- J as well as to its economy. dies black and bakelite.gas valve Special handles color are comDon't of miss this last opportunity to

ing. I The possibilities of aluminum cylinder i binations available on order. Durchange to. a .modern range that will

block castings as well as its use for an infinite Holders} Of Any Fourth Liberty ing the Round-up only coo k' own w.7-wits the

Miss Sunny: Hoath of Council Bluffs range of other purposes, both in the your

}hadn't found life a bit dull. She has beenin automotive field and in other industries, I Loan Bonds Are Advised To $69.50 old with' dove your speedy and economy that only Gas

two airplane crashes, three automobile are seen in the employment of a Bohnalite, makes possible.FLORIDA .

wrecks, was thrown from a buggy, was in I cylinder block for the first successful See Us With Reference
The oldest still in
range
one train wreck and was blown off the Diesel-passenger car engine. gas the =
I rounded during -- -
service <<: up
road by a tornado while driving her car. I' This engine, an American design To The New Treasury Seventh Annual Old Stove 1

She also escaped falling from a 21-story I'I known as the Cummins, placed in a stock Round-up'will be; taken as full

window because a man grabbed her by the passenger car, recently traveled from coastto payment for the new range. on r

heels a-. she started her downward plunge. I coast at a fuel cost of a little over $7. !! Financing I I which it is traded in. It t

Only one injury sent her to a hospital, and It has shown on tests throughout the coun- I II. If you have one of the many T"i t 1 1
I : :
in
that was not serious. I try that it traveled for about onesevenththe "old timers" still
It be --
I. trade it in may service'l

Because of a shortage of funds, the ;. This cost engine of a similar employs gasoline-powered Bohnalite aluminum unit. I The First National Bank of fKey West J brand new modern gas I !j jI

county court of St. Louis county voted to alloy for the cylinder blocks, cylinder

..defer payment of August salaries to county head, crankcase and other important units.A .

employees. Sufficient money wa found, similar employment of aluminum in Member of the Federal Reserve and of the Federal} PUBLIC UTILITIES CO.

however, to pay the salaries of the three gasoline engines would likewise increase I Deposit Jnsurancje} Corporation I
"Your Gas i;
Company"
members of the county court. And is every- j I their efficiency and economy engineers I

body happy ; 1 declare. I . .







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DA.Y. SEPTEMBER 14. 1933," THE KEY WEST CITIZEN f.A9 TnRI'


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'GIANTS DOWN ST. LOPEZ PLAYERSDOWN of denomniatioos !J;invited' -t tion of .the Most BbMd Sacra

MORNING STAR attend. I''ment,7p.m.

: Church school 8 a. m.

Zr MAnZAN SIMS jUVQSZIZ I LOUIS CARDINALS; BUSY BEEINDIAMONDBALL SAINT PAUL'S CHURCH I Sermons Week-Day at 8 a.5ervfres'Mass m. and 7 p. M*.


i.J"p"'tfcl..JaiIdcarri view, and belonged! very detJnitelr CUBS WIN TENTH FLEMING STREET METHODIST: LEY MEMORIAL M. E, Corner Duval S..oI&y and Eaton Streets on Tuesday and Thursdayat7a.ns. -
aid ( viVav4d
t jUtcr Jd* arc (.. ckitrfrOBktet to the Left Witg. I CHURCH j I CHURCH. SOUTH :Morning Prayer, 6:45: a. m. Wednesday
and Semen
6t fiwtf* Ftlto* trtt war She had sought Emlly'i room at Mass (Communions 7 Litany eo
), a. m.
at Ardmort ColletNo. tk tQrroUa : at 7:30
k.ii lot l. and Dai-id: ratkrr 11* ask )herself in an unccmfortable straight ,1 PENNANT RACE IN NATIONAL CONTEST STAGED I.AST Shuler Peele, Pastor Cor. Georgia and Division Sts. 9:30 a. m. Confessions: After the Wednesday
'
second
f mUy 10 o.are ameli0
chair. JnuitL. Emily thought long- service.
rat, *o* writtr *er *. i 0 loinv0ttay. LEAGUE BECOMES HOTTER NING AT pAYVIEW PARK Church school meets at 9:45 Church school at 9:45 a. m., Mass of Thanksgiving Jl a. m. evening
been stretchedfull
would have
CmUw kas Left -/j krr dmtyt ingly '
>&und mottrr key adOrUp, fattier, 'I a. m. William N. Knowles, sup. with Ed. R. Curry superinten Evensong Prayer Sermon,
the most comfortablebed. .
and u44MZ&Edtci Bamtt_tcho it both dll .length on ; DETROIT TIGERS' DE- RESULTED_ IN SCORE OF 18 erintendent. The Wesley Fellow- dent Benediction. 8 p. m. BETHEL A. M. J::. CHURCH

"I understand that Judith has deserted FEAT YANKEES TO 6 ship Bible Class meets in the pas Morning worship at 11 o'clock. Week Days (Colored)

for matrimony." Her tor's study. Sermon subject: "How To Know :Morning Prayer; 6:41 a. m.
Chapter 10 you I Corner Division and Thomas Sts.H. .
voice was clipped. but pleasantly Morning' worship at 11 o'clock.I Christ Better." Mass, 7 a. m. R. HiH. pastor
H.ftL9TTEEWIJ.Y A memorial service for. Mrs. Reca Junior Epworth League meets Evening I
low-pitched. Prayer 5 JO I
read David' .etter (special 5.75. (.Ua... (By JOVE) p. m. Sunday; school, 9:30 a. ,noI
; dolly. Emily admitted It. Peacon. will be held. :'at 4:00 p. m. Mrs. V. A. Archer A second Mass
\ on Wednesdays,
and until she felt that NEW YORK Sept 14.-The 11e ISth: day of September and I I Preaching 11 a. m.
over : "My room-mate Isn't coming back, I Intermediate Epworth League | in charge. 9 a. m.
It was probably engraved on her 'either: couldn't finance It- She's in the National Frid'ay, at that was a bad day meets at 3:30 p. m. Miss Venda- | Intermediate Epworth League : Junior A. C. E. League meet

!bean Jlke-Calais. wasn't It-on the : taken a newspaper job ,In the hope I pennant race for the Busy Bee Bakers and the]I line ,Watkins. superintendent. | meets at 5:00 p. m. Mrs. S. J.'I i METHODIST EPISCOPAL I i iI at 5:39 p. :n..

!heart of ptoody Mary? Then she putt that she can maki It next' year. Is Legaue took on a different aspect Lopez clan enjoyed a field night I Young People's League meetsat Pierce io charge.. ,1 I CHURCH, SOUTH I II I Senior A. C. E. League meets
)and her small face at 6:15
carefully away. : there why we shouldn'troom p. m.
reason
any 7 m. Miss Mary Felton i Young People's Department
became once more composed and together I yesterday afternoon. Probably .at their expense. I president p. j'[meets at 7:00( p. m. Miss Norma:I "EL SALVADOR" Evening service, 8 p. m.
pUhdrawn. Bill Cates )had a perfect night i Corner Grinnell and Weekly Services
There were a ,number of reasons ; Virginia
service at 8:00 Yates
Evening worship president.
for the flag
the battle
Late la the summer there was another Emily thought none of which she toughest singlesin i Streets Tuesday 7:30 p. m. Cla .
,
for five -
bat
connecting
at
o'clock. Sermon .subject: "Christ Evening worship service at 8:001!
letter from Judith. :: could tell Charlotte. She caught .at I in the senior circuit in many a se,- as many times up. I and. the Lost." o'clock. Sermon subject: "When': Rev. Guillermo Perez Pastor j Friday 7:30 p. nu, choir r.-
Emily darling one thai seemed safe. I I (Services in Spanish) hearsaL
I
Mid-week and Bible Storm Strikes.
I'm going to be married next "I couldn't begin, to keep up with son Is being enacted this year.A McCarthy and Albury both hit prayer The Sunday school 10 a. m.
montb to Aubrey Morton., He was 'I Your friends would and!r study Wednesday at 8 p. m. Prayer and praise service each I
mentally five chances
you. Preaching 8
I three safely in m. SEVENTH
p. ADVENTIST
but DAY
at horn when you were there win I
and
want here of and single defeat a at. I Choir rehearsal Wednesday immediately Wednesday at 7:30 p. m.
you probably don't remember him to come, course Sweeting hfd a perfect night Mothers' Club meets Monday CHURCH
<- with glasses and not they'd be bored beyond words at yesterday afternoon threw the two following the mid-week, Young people's choir practice
J the Bakers getting 8 in.Bible.
bat for p.
much bair. But b has character '
and a big house and will la time I having me around.: And being what race into a three-team battle once doubles and a single in three times service. Mrs. P. B. Roberts, di- I each Thursday at 7 p. m. Miss study and prayer service Celered
(
I hope, help produce bV': fve chil I am.* she added honestly. ,"I'd probably *.' rector. Alice Jenks pianist. I' )
dren. And ill make an excellent Cards and Wednesday 8 m.
the
wife! : be.borel too." more although up. Church choir practice each Friday -: p. Southard Street Between Thomasand

I wish I could have you for the I Cubs still remain the outstandingclubs. In the field, P. Castro. Baker, FIRST METHODIST CHURCH I at 8 p. m. Mrs. J. Roland Emma Streets
wedding but it isnt going to be I would C tes and Albury had a good night. "LA TRINIDAD"Revs. William Perkins, Pastor
that kind I have scruples against disagreed. Adams pianist. ,
: pJIARLOTTE 18 safely .
The bunch) hit LOser and
Lopez Montero Leader
G. Williams
making the groom pay in advance. t letting them over Mispfeaary
Simonton and Eaton Sts
But you've cot to come and see me. In A game. that went into extra end the Bakers! fumbled twice to Corner Pastors Sabbath School (Saturday) 10
run the place. And I don't believe I ,
afterward I'm determined that B. Jr. Pastor
this shan't ;be the end of It. 'I you'd be bored with each-other. She innings in which 29 safeties, Kelp swell the scoring of the"Em. John Culpepper, FIRST PRESBYTERIAN Duval and Angela Streets o'clock.

I'm a rotten correspondent. as 231 balm ers? Church Sunday school opens at CHURCH Sunday school, 3 m. 11 o'clock -ia
you've doubtless observed and If outdid Emily In frankness "you runs and nine errors were under of I p. Church services
leadership
10:00
a. nu,
ed for the New York Giants Je- Score by innings: R H. E. Service in Spanish Friday at the morning.
Gerald Saunders general
Lopez 350 030 241-18 18 0 superintendent 7:30p.m.CHRISTIAN. Wed ea-
feated the league-leading St. Louis Each department meet J. C. Gekeler Pastor Prayer' meeting every
Bakers 021 100 2006 9 10 Corner of White and Washington day night at 7:30 p. m.
Cardinals 13 10. Being able in its own assembly room. SCIENCE SOCIETY
to
C. Gates and Ingra-
Batteries: Streets i Y. P. M. V. S. meeting 6.30)
to only nine hits, the Redbirds ham Wtrd: and C. Griffin.LIGHTHOUSE Morning worship at 10:45 I
garner ; o'clock.' Sermon subject: "Ye Sunday school'meets at 1C a. 327 Elizabeth Street ,o'clock p. m.

l however shoved u.er 10 Must." m. A. C. Elgin, superintendent Sunday school 9:30 a. In.

tallies Tk'.s: was due to the fact TENDEF.EATS I Epworth League meeting at The Adult Bible Class is taughtby Sunday morning service! at 11 A price of 100.000 pounds; was

the pastor. o'clock. t once placed on the head of Dr.
that the New Yorkers committed I 7:00 p. m. Miss Vanessa Collin .
Morning worship at 11 o'clock.' Wednesday evening service at Sun Yat-Sen "father of the Chinese
four deadly miscues. The Red- STARS leader "
birds mole five errors. Both i Evening worship service at 8 Evening worship at 8 o'clock. 8 o'clock. republic.

o'clock. Sermon subject: "Get- I' Reading room in Society building -
clubs used flock of hurlers
a
Tuesdays Fridays
and
ting Close To A Man. Some CHURCH OF GOD open
The victory by the Giants (By JOVE) people are easy to know, others from 3 to 5 o'clock.

brought them back to within thrse- defeated the know Some have
The Lij-htho'nse ten you never a I
1106 Olivia Street TRINITY PRESBYTERIAN
and-a-kalf games of St. Louis and Bayview Stars in a great game of ,nack of breaking into the secretsof Morning service at 11 o'clock.I. CHURCH :s
at Bay- and lives states Rev. RUSSELL'SCIGAR
diamondbsjll yesterday hearts ,
remained three games behind the Sunday school 3:30 p. m. I
Cubs view Park. The final score was 9 Culpepper who on Sunday eve- Sunday night service 7:15 (Colored)
I to 8, and the winning run was ning will talk of a man who never -
With French one of their most o'clock. j 717 Simonton Street
scored in the last inning. failed to break into the lives of
dependrjble hurlers, in the box, the Evangelistic service Wednesday Rev. Alfred DeBarritt, Pastor
Stanley singled to left and O. .Jthose he met in some way or oth STORE0
Windy City Tribe captured their I 7:15 p. m. Morning service, 11 o'clock
Cerezo doubled to center Stanley er. ..I
tenth straight victory and came Prayer and praise service Friday Church school 3:30 p. m.
with the winning Mid-week and praise
home
within a half game of the lead .or run.coming service on Wednesday prayer 8:00 p. 7:30 p. m. Teachers' meet-;r\ Evening service 8 o'clock.* -0-

just a matter of a few points. Once ing. I
At bat hit two doubles m.
the Chiccgo nine left no Vqfldes NEWMAN M. E. CHURCH Baseball Returns
more in three time,'tip O, Cerezo and Choir rehearsal on Friday eve- I
doubt to their ability to sub- I Latia Mission
as Lewis also hit two safely ning at 7:45 o'clock. Mrs. Joseph I (Colored)
due the opposition in that they Services Sundays Tuesdays and' By Wire
In the field, the leaders were Sawyer, organist; Gerald Saund. I A. T. McCaskill PastorM.
the 4 to 1. French allowed I Thursdays conducted by Rev.
won game and Teal. ers, choir director.CONGREGATIONAL. Steward
Archer A. Moreno, Recording
Brooklyn only eight safe- Charles E. Lazo. 1:I -0-
Score innings: R. H. E.
by 'Mrs. M. A. Moreno Secretary
ies.The Stars ..... .. 061 001 0-8 8.6 CHURCH Sunday school. 9:30 a. m. < Sunday school 9:30 a. In.i COME IN AND' GET THE

Emily read David's I I..etter over and over. Cubs are now within four Lighthouse 120 041 1-9 8 5 I Sunday service, 11 a. In. RESULTS OF THE

games of the season's consecutive Batteries: Lowe and Pierce; F. 527 William StreetE. MIXED BIBLE CLASS ,i Evening worship. 7 o'clock. I MAJOR BASEBALL
you don't hear from me It won't be hare a mind; 1could see that In record. A while back the
winning B. De- Richard Evans. Pastor
bear and
because I've forgotten. Just Stickney O. Cerezo I
English Twetrv last and we'dproba1 I LEAGUES0
year;
with me and whenever you can i Cardinals put on a winning splurge meritt Sunday school 9:45 a. m. j r Sam B. Pinder and W. P. Monti- PETER'S
set away Just write and say "I'll >11 be good for )'ou. I : SAINT .CHURCH
be there tomorrow. and IU.bless Emily smiled. "I'm afraid rm be- that ended at fourteen straight.It Morning worship at 11 o'clock. cino. Teachers -

you Mother for It. and Dad are moving toNew "yond all hope." was this winning streak of the, .S S S C....S..C C I.S S f f f C.. Sermon text: "18 you keep my This class meets every Sunday : (Colored) CIGARS CIGARETTES,

Orleans, where Dad wUI be Did have Cards that proved the first real I commandments shall abide in i I SOFT DRINKS
"Rot yon anyone else In LOCAL DIAMONDBALL ye morning at the Harris School auditorium Center Street Between Petvonia ,
with a big firm of cotton buyers. I
hate having them go. but I think mind for a room-mate threat to the Giants' penntnt. my love." at 10 o'clock. Men and I I and Olivia ETC.

they":And both David be Is happier In San there.Francisco "Xo." she confessed "I was to-: hopes. LEAGUES' STANDING Christian Endeavor 6:45 p. m. women not connected with any :: Mass,8a.m.: I

sailing this week for China. He'swith log to take a chance on some fresh- The Boston Braves were handed .. Evening worship. 8 o'clock. other Bible Class and regardless'I Solemn Evensong and Benedic -.
the British-American Tobacco the Cincinnati ....... ....... .... --
man. another defeat by Sermon sul.ject "Created For A -
:
Company, and bow he managed It .
without the- nsnal period of trainj j 'Then whynot take a chance on Reds their 101st setback of the SENIOR LEAGUE' Purpose." -- -- -- -- --- --- -

lag both yon and I can usderstan& me Instead Charlotte smiled and season. Brandt hurled a great Club- W. L. Pet. Mid-week service, Wednesday --- --
He simply\ went up and I.I'I.I'I.I".I'II.I'

talked Imagine them how out I feel of It.and Ton 1aD can face Emily had realized a that definite her keen charm.brown She game for the Braves, but Hilcher ,Lopez, Funeral Home 4 1 .800 evening at 8 o'clock. ..C..!........ .!...*..S..C..,S.f.C ..S C' 'i.C C...C.C. S C C S S S.S S S SS ..,
Imagine bow you feel-Another very kept right behind him, with his Firemen .......-... 1 2 .333

reason for our sticking together.I'll gave in."All teammates being able to shove BusyBee -_-hm...-... 1 3 .260 FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Sii

"always love you. darling Judith.! right. It will probably" .be over one run, winning 1 to 0. Bermuda Bakery ...... 2 2 .500

harder on yOU than on me! The Philadelphia Phillies defeated The latter team has droppedout Eaton Street Between Duval and.
And Charlotte had moved In
so
EMILY had come very close. that that afternoon bringing with her the Pittsburgh Pirates S to of the league. Siraonton Streets ii SHOP.ATI

to "making an issue"
three rather macabre Durer etchIngs 1. James S. Day Pastor
of going lack to Ardmore."I and a trunk containing more Although the New York Yankees -i SENIOR .LEAGUEClub Bible School at 9:45 a. m.

can't! I can't bear the idea." books than clothes. Astonlshlrg have a mathematical chanceof I W. L. Pet Captain O. T. Pogue, superintendent. -

Frances was kind but very firm. books for a girl-some of them: winning the pennant, yet it is I Lighthouse) ..... 6 1 .865 Classes for everyone. : -

"My dear you're being childish. Herbert Spencer Darwin's "Originof generally: conceded that the Detroit Service ".'_.--._ 4 2 .7QO Morning worship at 11 o'clock.

There are five hundred other girlsat Species." Nietzsche's. "Anti- nine are "in" as far as the I Bayview Stars w.m 3 3 .500 The Baptist Training Union

Ardmore to choose your friendsfrom. Christ." Cellini's "Autobiography. pennant meg>> this year is concerned. I Administration; _....-- 1 4 .200 meets at 7 o'clock. .

." half a dozen volumes of Anatole Yesterday afternoon Coch- Stowers .Park .-.h..W 0 .. .000 Evening worship. at 8 o'clock. :
-I can't hel*. It. Everything will France. rane's men downed the Yanks 13 The latter team dropped out of
remind me of Judith. Besides 111 The clothes wtre equally astonish- Rowe in the I :
:Jo 5. Schoolboy was the league. THE SALVATION ARMY
have to room with some freshman; Ish lng, but Emily wastferepared for 'Nuf said.
box for Detroit.
i
all the other girls hare made their those: a great many,e$ themChar' f t tI 1 1t"ERICAN I I
) W Washington won another game Captain Vernon W. Walker, '
plans. Why can't I to Newcomb preceding-year. ; ,
go lotte baa worn the : ., LEAGUE STANDINGS) orri-I'
Indians
Insteadr defeating the Cleveland : 1 cer in Charge
She admitted to herself \:fthe' I '
Even If I were willing you I clothes were perhaps better suited [5to, 3. 1002 Fleming Street qrR '

couldn't inter so late.And you know I to Charlotte than more conventional"? gpThe Philadelphia Athletics overwhelmingly LEAGUE Company meeting (Sunday IT ;_;: ; ISSArt

how girLs. are regarded who change garments would hare beefl.!'*'**-* **_. l downed the Chicago I ib- W. L. school). 9:45 .. m. Mrs. Katherine :

schools In the middle of their work. Charlotte unpacked swiftly, tat' I White Sox. The SCQre. was 19 .to ..retI I Eldridge. Young Peoples'S&rgeant jPJ4r
Detroit ......... 87 48
'h'-
Everyone wonders if there was some 'log scrupulous care not to encroachon 7. N'ew York .. .... Vr'T8: 56' .58!f !! .Majer{ in charge: -
reason why they had to change. Emily's Bid- of the room; a char- The St. Louis Browns and Boston t I Holiness meeting, 11 a. m. 'S
Cleveland! .. 69 68 .504 1.
There was a modicum of truth In acteristic.EmLy learned afterwards Red Sox divided a double- .h.- Subject: "Faith versus Entangle
Boston .._. .__ 69 70 .496'
realized I --- --- -- "
that Emily unwillingly that held la all her human relation header. The Red Sox won the ment.
.... ......_. 65 68 .489
Furthermore dear" Frances Chicago: .m.
,
my ships. While she unpacked she opener. 13 to 4. and lost the night- I Young People's Legion, G:3QIP
,. 60 76 .441
went on. with one of her rare descents talked. Washington .m ;
TQpic: "Spiritual Sensitive
4 2. m.
from thc heights of abstract "It's probably a blessed thing for ctp.The to summaries follow: St. Louis .......__.___ 58 78 .426!'.ness." :: : .

virtue. "I hope this will teach you you that you have curtains and NATIONAL LEAGUEAt Philadelphia .....:-.. 64 76 .415 Salvation meeting 8:00 p. m. : ': .

something Never, as long as you rugs; that Is. if you're anything of a R. IL E. "Watch." .. .
At Chicago Subject:
live allow your happiness to depend sybarite,and I have an idea you are. I k ....-...._-.--. 1 8 1 NATIONAL' .LEAGUE l Street service on Saturday nightat : :
entirely upon one person or Jane brought the last andI ciub : WL1'ct:
rugs year Chicago ......._.....-..-...-- 410 0 the ,corner of Fleming and Du .- AND ...
one thing. It makes yon too-vulner got curtains but I bought them St. Louis. ... .um 87 50 .635 .
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able. Try to arrange your life so at a ten-cent store, and they looked Batteries: Earnshaw and Lopez. ; Chicago ....._____ 88 52 .629 val. streets 8 o'clock. .
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that no matte what happens there like distress signals before the year 'I French and Hartnett.At New York ......:_._. 82 52 .612 Midweek service, Thursday 8 !
will be something left to fill It." was over.ItDon't p. m. SAVE MONEY i
Pittsburgh ....-....- 79 62 .560
And tohe had given In. with the about of that" Pittsburgh R. H. E- '
worry any
Brooklyn ... __.. 61 74 .452
hopeless conviction that she had Emily begged her. She knew Instinctively Philadelphia :-.-..._.-..-. 514 0 -.om. CATHOLIC CHURCH :
..._ 57 79 .419
been beaten from the beginning.She that the financial effort I Pittsburgh ..........._.__._. 150 Philadelphia -
..... ._..... 61 794S6 Mar7"-s-1
Cincinnati the Sea
"1. We stock merchandise i i
roomed with Charlotte Boyd entailed by a degree was consid- Batteries: C. Davis and Todd;I carry a complete of
not because she wanted to. but because erable for Charlotte "Mother's sent I Swift Birkofer and Grace. Boston .......____......._ 33 101 .2 42 Rev. Wm. Reagan S. J., "

there seemed to be no alternative more stuff than well hate room for 1 I t ,in charge for your home. Why not drop in and see i
that was preferable. as It Is." At Cincinnati R. H. E. I Chelini and Sewell; iuck1eberl Orderof services for this

Charlotte was a Junior: tall and (Cofyris\t. ItSS, If Marian
thin with dull black hair that never Cincinnati ........._.____ 180 I I -_ Sunday morning Masses will be yourself :
seem 4 quite clean. She majored In I Emily te rn.. Mond J', 0' a new Batteries Brandt and Spohrer; At New York 'IL II. Ei said at 7 and 9:30 o'clock. '
kind of view : : .." ....... ...
biology edited the Qiarterly Re- of college friendship.at well and a new \ filcher and Lombardi.At I. Detroit .'.......__-...._..13 11 2 ; Week-day Mass at 7 o'clock. :

._ _. !. New York .__....:._. Jj 93 Evening service at 7:30 o'clock
------- J Another 53Pie.cDinm Set Worth
St. Louis R. II- E, Batteries: Rowe and Hsyworth; Sundays and Fridays.PENTECOSIAL. i

tomorrow nfternoon at 3 o'clocV" New York ._....._.___..___13 20 -4 Gomez, Malone and pickey.

BASEBALL GAME ,I in a baseball game. St. Louis _.._..._..._.........._10 9' S'I MISSION_ $20 WillBqivewqy This Week
I The Stars will be picked from' Batteries: Castleman. Smith First Gam : :

HERE TOMORROW\ the following players: Stout and Heusser Hallahan, At Boston R. H. E. 909 Olivia Street ..

I Ingraham.: Bethel Sterling, Bak.'I Walker and Delancey. St. Louis ........____.._-- 4 10 0 Wm. Skondeen Pastor

er, Albury ,Cates Gopher, Machin,, Boston ..-.-.....__._, 13 15 2 Sunday morning worship 11 :

I and a few others.fVr AMERICAN LEAGUE. Batteries: WalJrap, "Thomas and o'clock. South Florida Contracting & Engineering Co

CONTEST WILL BE BETWEEN the Pirates the players will I '! At Washington R. H. E. Hemsley; W. Ferrell and R.. FerrelL' Sunday' school for- ,all 3:30. ,p.

PIRATES AND CATES' 1 i be about the came as they have 1 Cleveland ................___m 3 7 1 ,, fn. S

..uVkdvj' been: ]Washington m____...______. 5 13 0'II Sunday night evangelistic service Phone 598 Wtite ,an 4 J Eliza Streets

STARS Griffin, Casa, Pena. AL Aceve j Batteries: Lee. Hilderbrand and Second Cam 7:15: o'clock.

do, Pubio Carbonell P. Castro A'II Brenzel; Petti and Bolton. ",,post !I 1L Tuesday, 7:15 p. nu, prayer and the
"Your is worthy of best"
St. Louis 4 10 0; praise service. Jipme ;
\ Castro, A. l-erer. Hale, and a few; -- *-

\ (By JOVE) I others. At Philadelphia R. H. J:. Boston _._----r- ? 10 :Friday 7:15 p. nv, fellowship -

I .. .........__ 781 : d.rrt's. Knott mjjdHemsley meeting.
j -- Chicago; ? Batteries and andgirls' ..............SC......"pp. ,....... ,S,.p..S..................
The Pirates and Cates' Stars Subscribe to The Citizen-20<:1 Philadelphia ............___....19 19 1 ; Waiberr. Rhodes Saturday 2:30 p. m-, boys' ,
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-bat Field VeeId1. Batteries: Phelps Salveson ,. church. : .rI.l.lJITJlTIIIII. -. ,- .
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:Harris. School ParentTeacher HUB STORE SPECIALS HAD BEEN ON PLEASURE AND RENT At 11 o'clock Sunday morning, A change 'in tonight's programat i CITY ELECTION NOVEMBER

Read today's advertisement for BUSINESS TRIP TO MAR. a memorial sen ke in honor of Mrs. the Monroe Theater was an- 12, 1935

Assn. Held Meeting WednesdayThere The Hub Store-it contains many. TWO AND FIVE ROOM FURN- Reca Peacon will be held at the : nounced today by the; management -II'I ........................
money saving prices on ladies'wearing KETS IN NORTHMr. I "Nit Wits" and "Rhumba".
ISHED APARTMENT. Conveniences Fleming Street Methodist church,
For Police JusticeSPECIAL
and household with additional
apparel I news reels of the
committee of six each month to
was an interesting meeting -I a goods. I ; -porcJe! ,. 519 Elizabeth according to an announcementmade Florida T S. CARO
hurricane
i will be shownin
of the Harris School Parent-i i meet with the P.-T. A. Council.f i : street.; .Apply\ 523 South- I I
The Hub has recently been by Rev. Shuler Peele of the
i ii ; ren- pas- place picture "She",
Prof. W. C. Duncan talk and Mrs. Isadore Apnelr
Tfeacher Association held on Wed-f gave a ard street.. sept 14 FOR TWO WEEKS
ovated in preparation for the new routh ; ; tor of the church. which was originally scheduled for I
lesday afternoon with ninety i i on his plan of work for the year, and young BOB, who were on
and teachers in attend-I I'and! stated that there are 516 Fall merchandise which is now ar- a business and pleasure trip' in FURWSHED: APARTMENT with Mrs. Peacon was lost in the re-j'i 'tonight, Sunday and Monday. I --
parents riving. .New York and : Electric Ice Box. Archie Thomp- I I i Scenes of the Florida Keys to PERMANENT WAVESTwo
j pupils enrolled in the Harris other eastern and cent hurricane that swept the.'
nee.Rev. Shuler Peele a very I!I School and _615 in the Division northern markets have returnedto I i son, 1001 Eaton'' street. Phone Florida Keys. She faithful | ]be shown tonight are the best yet,I Permanents fi C l\f\

interesting talk on teachers gave and I!, Street School.Resolutions FRESH OYSTERSA this city and report having 879 sept4-lmox member of the church: was, and a recently j> i
fresh shipment of extra large pictures on this program are Ali Better Waves,
$5.OO and
their responsibilities to their" of sympathy were had an enjoyable and successful : gave to the church a building !, J up
I Baltimore Oysters has just been I ;i attractions.
pupils. |:adopted by the organization in the trip. t : MISCELLANEOUSDIESELMen that was demolished and the ma- MRS. MILLER
and received at Wells' Lunch Room, Mr. Appelrouth scanned the Ocean View Apt. 1 Phone 574J7folel'.A.
Various subjects were taken upi death of Mrs. Ruth Roberts I terial moved to the church property ,
( 900 Southard street
at the meeting, with plans being son Clayton, Miss Mary Ingraham markets for new Fall merchandise: I II wanted .to start for the erection of a new
This lunch has
made for a progressive year of,who lost their lives in the recent popular room :I and states that he made some won immediate training in this vicin- parsonage it is stated.

P.-T. A. work. One of the first': hurricane on the Florida Keys. lot sous-tf every Saturday and carries -'I derful buys. A large portion of ity to install, operate and serv- The family and friends are invited D. :
will be(I The resolutions committee com- a complete line of Jersey Ice the new stock has already been received ARONOVITZI
aims of the organization | ice DIESEL ENGINES in power to attend this memorial .lit
to furnish a library for each room'! prises Mrs. W, P. Archer, Mrs.\ M. Cream and novelties. at the store and is rapidly plants, trucks, tractors, etc. service I DEPARTMENT STORE I:1Hi .

in the school. j E. Berkowitz and Mrs. Ethea being t placed oni display. Consultation service and tools : :LORIDAav
Strieker.i NEW FALL GOODS All the new styles and designsare i I
It was also decided to appointDance furnished. Write giving me- CARD OF THANKS I
Ladies now in quest of the represented!; iq the new lines chanical qualifications. Schoeck New line of Ladies' eicsoNvtTl t-E: .
--- -- --- fashionable and flattering in Fall of Fall readv-to-wear personally Hats, and Dresses selected I
Diesel Trrining. Alton, Illinois. We take this opportunity of n. GEORGE
t..1 ready-to-wear and accessories will selected by Mr. Appelrouth. Special friends from New York's choicestby WASHINGTON
Tonight At sept4-21-28oct5-12-19r; thanking our and neighbors --
find an answer to their desire att.oltsbergs t attention was paid to the selection 'I JOG a-..tiI.
Habana-Madrid i Today's Horoscope store. of footwear for the new for their profound sympathy; Mr. Aronovitz, now ar- .....d$IIeorw }t' '!at:
I and kindness shown during the a. --d
I........................ Mr. Holtsberg who is now at season.In FOR SALE us riving daily. a.f.4 -...r ?
(I I :illness and death of our beloved! .-... 4
Habana-Madnd Club's big af- Resourceful in ideas and able in the eastern markets! is chipping in New York Mr. Appelrouthmade ,I FOR SALE CHEAP R. S. Howard :father, William P. Williams. We' Latest shades Velvet CiA.AGE--..MM
I I.
goods each week.INDIVIDUAL > a special purchase on a Silks and Satins at Popular ...e0.r-.. -
new f
fair of the week takes place tonight -,,, execution, is the keynote to the I Piano. Apply Gaiti's Bar are indeed grateful to those who; SAILS .Stfo.d.
large Fall Silks. Theseare '
at 10 o'clock. Reservationsfor character of those born today. quantity ber Shop. sept14fitTYPEWRITING gave the use of their cars and to Prices. .
'
have already i Economical to a fault\ ,, acquisitive FROCKSPearlmari9 offered in special' sale Mondayall : the donors of the beautiful floral) Fast Color Prints!; i MAYFLOWER
tonight's dance at one price.COLORED. 15c f I
!
I native
I and fairly fortunate the Inc.. today an PAPER 500 offerings. 5 per yard _._ ia"'sr."ea
been made by many. |I will acquire a considerable com- nounces the arrival of the sea- sheets.75c. The Artman Press. septl4-lt TilE FAMILY.- .nm I y ...

A snappy program of late:I potency possibly a fortune. lie son's newest and smartest mer- MEMORIAL aug7 f f NEW FALL STYLES I l r_1..d_.- ti

dance hits will, be played by DelWood' should avoid the love of money for chandise, personally selected by w % IN LADIES' SHOES --.......c-..--

Habana-Madnd\ Orchestra -I itself. for this ;! S e !lea4t. : 0 -
trouble.MONOVITZ&S. itr.:1 York. I SERVICES SUNDAY I
y I t'. The Artman Press. augTi; .
: '
New frocks just in are distinc-i S3.50 FLAGLER
---- -- SALEOnNewSlLKS :
tively individual and fashionably TO
I WANTED ItS --.....
STR. CUBA HAS J correct. A memorial service will be held See the New Brown and I Y'I.. ....--
in the Trinity Presbyterian WANTED-Second hand bicyclein I Black Styles on displayin SA-...-srd-

NEW FALL STYLESD. I church Sunday evening at 8.1 good condition. Apply at The I our window -CACAOS.I.5n&d."dr a
60 VISIT ISLAND CITYCOME Aronovitz Department Storeis o'clock. Citizen Office. sept2-tf: i _4-
PASSENGERSj JUST ARRIVED: Ship- RATES.s+m.1.
now introducing the latest I Addresses will be given by Elder -
styles in Fall Footwear which was A. M. Evans Mrs. Haley and HOUSE WANTED ment of Boys' and Young _WES1-.PALM-: EACH
recently shipped in by Mr. IIOUSE WANTED-Couple, no MONDAY 8:30 A. M. Men's Snappy Style Black
FREIGHTER OZARK OF CLYDE-, < HERE TO SEE FATHER Or. de Barritt.
vitz from'the eastern Arono-I I The following selections will be children desire house of at least I BE ON TIME f Shoes, pairS2.50 I

MALLORY LINES ARRIVED t WHO IS REPORTED ILL This store will offer given by the choir: "No Night 4 rooms, prelerably I I,

AT HIS HOME Monday sale scores of special There," "Crossing the Bar" and ed, by the last of unfurnish-I S2.98 ,a
YESTERDAYWith items for ladles, misses and chil-I I "Anthem. Are moving !, I IX .1
dren. West and will occupy all year: I AND &O.5U

--- round ii suited. Must be con

; 60 passengers from Tampa Called here due to the illnessof ; ........................1.1Today's ATTEND SERVICES venient to business section. Give
See line of Small
the Steamship: Caba, of the P. their father, David Aronovitz fell particulas in first letter. our GEORGE WASHINGTON
t Doctor Samuel Aronovitz and At- Birthdays Address Stephen C. Singleton, Boys' Shoes, Shirts and tOO !....with. I.... .*t St.*.r*

and 0. S. S. company arrived 9:30 I torney Abe Aronovitz arrived .............. e ...... ATEEND SERVICEThe 2620 S. W. 24th Terrace, Miami,j 0 Trousers at Bargain .Or..**.r..*..">_-**. .ti.<..mi.mm4_**.>t.-..-....

o'clock this morning. Of the pas- here yesterday morning by plane Robert Lincoln O'Brien chairman Florida. septll-Gtx r Prices. IA1ESSUO..I. OAHAGC_
: -
t'engers there were nine first class from Miami.Dr. .
Aronovitz returned by plane of the U. S. Tarrif Commission ROOMS .; ROBERT:! .KLOEPPEt; .ne.:'.':. I
and four second class for Key born at Abington Mass., 70 members of Fern Chapter I

West, 45 first and two second yesterday afternoon. Attorney years ago. Order of Eastern Star, will assemble -- ---- -- -
Aronovitz will, remain here for a at the Fleming Street ""THE MUNRO"-Rooms unexcelled -
class for Havana.
I few days and return by boat the Methodist Church tomorrow morn in price and location

The vessel also had 41 tons of early part of next week. Dr. Kaarl T. Compton, presi- ing ..t 10:45 o'clock for the pur- running ater., 128 Nv E. 4th

freight for this port which prevented dent of the Msss. Institute of pose of attending the memorial street Miami Fla. aus26-lmox

her leaving on schedule WESLEY HOUSEPLANSPROGRAM Technology, torn at Wooster service to be conducted: for Mrs.
Ohio, 48 years ago PIANO TUNING TO OWNERS OF
time 10:30 o'clock. The ship sailed I Reca Peacon, who lost her life dur

ing the recent hurricane on the
aiter 11 o'clock with
shortly PIANO TUNER Laureano Mo
,
Alice Stone Blackwell of Bos- Florida
48 passengers for Havana. 'ton, humanitarian born at East Keys. reno. Excellent piano for sale! !

Freighter Ozark, of the Clyde- Orange, N. J., 78 years ago. cbeap. 1016 Division street. Y REFRIGERATORSTHAT
The Wesley Community House, During the Punic wars, the Li- aug26lmoxPALACE
Mallory Lines, arrive; 2:40 o'clock
1106 Varela street announce: pari islands north of Sicily werea Special SILK Purchase ,
.yesterday afternoon, with ship- that the following activities will Margaret Sanger of New York, Carthaginian naval station. made by'Mr. Appelrouth in
ments of freight from Miami and birth control leader born Corning
begin next week: : at New York. These savings will
Jacksonville and bailed 3:50 Kindergarten morning. 9 N. Y., 52) years ago. be passed on to our customer's ARE
o'clock for New Orleans. every The law of England still requires
Mary Ellis-Tullio Carminatiin Monday morning.
to 12 o'clock, beginning Monday
that members of the Churchof
S>leamship! Alamo' of the same morning. Ages 4 and 5. U. S. Senator Josiah W. Baileyof PRINTED SILK TWEEDS
serviceon
lines is due: to arrive from New World Friendship and World N. C., born at Warrenton, N. England attend divine PARIS IN SPRINGTwo PRINTED SILK DOTS
York tomorrow meaning en route Sunday. PRINTED TAFFETAS
Circle Clubs, Tuesday afternoon C., 61 years ago. Comedies FIVE
.Tampa. PRINTED GEORGETTES YEARS OLD
3 o'clock. Ages 6 to 12. Matinee: 10-lSc; Sight: 15-25c SILK SHIRTINGS

.........1............... Mothers Club. Wednesday aft Dr. Matthew Luckiesh: ; of Cleve- Nice Extra Large Select Regular $1.00 $1.50 and $1.95

1 ernoon. 3:30 o'clock. land, famed physicist, born at Mat- BALTIMORE OYSTERSJust yard-

PERSONAL MENTION Library hours will be on Wednesdays quoketa, Ia.. 52 years ago. Received .Did you know you can have a brand new General

...................*.. and Fridays from 3 to of Mr. and Mrs. HOT SOUSE TODAY atWELLS' Monday Electric: Refrigerator-with all its newest convenience:
3:30 George Gibson
m.
p. ; 5
0 features-and even be ahead? The
the UnitedStates Other activities will be an- in the rear of 515 William street. LUNCH ROOM AnnouncingTHE only yd. CNever money greater
Willard Russell
of efficiency and lower operating cost: of a new G-E
immigration border patrol nounced later it is stated. The new arrival has been given 900 Southard St. Phone 207.W represent definite savings every month in the year.
the of George, Jr. I I
name
service will leave on the Steamship -, INSTALLATION OF before have such Silksas
Florida tonight for Miami SON ARRIVES MODERN EQUIPMENT beautiful as these been f The G-E sealed-in-steel mechanism has long been

where he has been transferred for grouped and marked at such a famous for its dependable performance at low coscNow

duty. He will be accompanied by -for- I I low price. Fascinating variety; I ". f, 'ftrjhas double the "cold: capacity" and use 40%Jess
his family. GIBSON'S HOME -ATPEARLMAN'S- HOLTSBERG'S of design in the loveliest color. eiectric current

I combinations. i I than 1930 models.
Inc.You I II
John A. C. Bogart: assistant to Announcement-has been made Early Fall SaleSEE AUTOREPAIRING I NEW FALL SHOES yARE : s-i. New G.E Refrigerators

H. S. Riddle titateVI'A engineer', of the birth of a son .atthe home will find just what you I HERE Stainless Steel :
arrived on the Steamship Cuba I) L want, in the New Fall Wearing Season's newest Footwear USE 4001. LESS
freezer
: )lr. Pearlman, whois OUR WINDOW DISPLAYS first in style and first in Super
from Tampa this morning for a' I AppareL
conference relative to sewerage at this time in New York, is THEY TELL I I I I quality arrived this week and Faster Fr.&lng I
personally selecting the seaOn's THE STORYMr. I are now on display at this CURRENT!
and water pipe line systems; for SPECIALSAT :!\ smartest garments for Holtsberg, who is still in MOTOR ANALYZERLocate store. Interior lighting

Key West. | Daytime. Afternoon and Eve- New York is sending us the Any Motor Trouble I I W e also received a complete Sliding Shelves
i -AT- ning wear. We have already most exclusive selection of i I line of Boys' and Girls' School
Mrs. George F. Archer, daughter -' received quite a representative I Fall goods that has ever been ELECTRIC AUTOMATICLIFT Shoes. Foot Pedal Door I

Mrs. !Neil Knowles and baby' HUB STORE selection, and will be very gladto I in Key West. See our selection ; I FALL READY-TO-WEAR Opener iS
.
who spent a while with Mrs.Archer's show you around when you before buying your Fall Safe and Efficient Beautiful line of Fall Dress Years Perform-
wardrobe. I
,1 come in. es for Ladies. Misses and Chil- ance Protection I
son and daughter-in-law I LADIES' DRESSES close out Fall Crepes in the newest !I
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Archer at MONDAY MORNING colors, on sale Monday at VALVE REFACER ; dren now being shown. for only') ay.ar J _

Homestead and afterwards visit: ) 81.49 AND S1.98 SPECIALS per yard ..__._.*......_._.._..u 69c ARMATURE TESTER JUST RECEIVED-New Cord- .
ed with a daughter MM Celeste: Big REMNANT: SALE at "Pango" Fall Silks guaranteedfast i ed Dresses 81.95|
Archer! : and son-in-law and daughter. -!'' SHEETS, 81x90, no seam, 8:30 sharp-in this sale you colors, on sale Mondayat VALVE SEAT REFACER i iI on sale at G4 Monitor Top Models SfUftop Medeb

Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Hearne in'1 no starch, will find materials of all kinds per yard m-_.._............ 39c BRAKE ; THE down $0.00 down
QQC RELINER -
Tampa returned on the S. S.: walloped ...._ ._ __ ... colors and qualities in various Travel Print Dresses in the I ; $3.23 $3.23 a month !.1 and $2.00 a month
lengths from one yard to five. Aidline His Compression
latest styles, on sale at $4.95 STORE FASHION
.
Cuba this morning.J. PILLOW CASES, scalloped
I to match SCHOOL SHOES SPECIALSA New Fall Hats at ..._....--- '_ LUBRICATOR I

E. Perkins engineer! with the Sheets ..... m...-.. ....... .dSC most complete and varied ..... -- ....u $2.45 and $2.98 I CHAMPION SPARK I II City's Leading Ladies' StoreI. The Key West Electric Co.
state road on the!' assortment of School Shoes Navy Blue Triple Sheer Dresses APPELROUTH
department at Lower Mate-i LADIES' SUMMER SHOES for Boys and Girls, including I on sale at .... _.. __. $5.95 I PLUG CLEANER AND ,
bridge project .
5 tables to close | the All Leather Dun-Dial Brown Crepe Dresses sale TESTER
on
cumbe, arrived this morning on out pairBETTER __. .. Sl.00 line... ._.... ..._. __ I
at ......_-_........._.:.- ..... $5.95
the Cuba from Tampa. LATEST PAINTING I
$1.00 $1.50 $1.98
$1.25. up
SUMMER Large Size Travel Print Dress II -'--- ---------

Mrs. Maynard Baker who wa! SHOES pair ...._... 51.49 I Ladies' and Growing Girls''Oxfords i es on sale at ..............._ $6.50 EQUIPMENT I.
the ideal shoe for the ,

enjoying a vacation with relatives[( HOUSE DRESSES fast colors, I school miss at ...... ._ _.. Fall Patent Shoes Suede in the and latest Silk at styles._.:_... I HYDRAULIC JACKS I II I

in different parts of Florida, returned -' regular $1.00, I $1.50 $1.75 $1.98 up ._ $2.45, $2.69 and $%.98 CASING AND TUBEREPAIRER 'tbellofydwinlledI
on the Cuba from Tampa: only ... .-........ 50 C A new shipment of Boys: Shirts no in the "NeverWet" I I
this morning. Mr. Baker returned -, I and Pants, at ...... ..... SOc up Fall Bags new
i CHILDREN'S SCHOOL Silk and Crepes $2.96Fall I COIL AND CONDENSER
several days to resume hsi A fine assortment of /
duties with the ago mechanical department DRESSES ........_..._ 50c Boys'very Long new Pants at ........_ Hose in the new Fall TESTER I I ACCEPTING IMITATIONSTo
Monday at
colors. only, 69e
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of the Florida East OUR -- $1.00 and $1.25
ALL BETTER DRESSES Kayser "Fit-AH-Top" Hose in -0- .._ ; get the original Dsvis 100% Par Pint
Coast Railway Company. to go at-- Just in-a most attractive assortment Fall shades. and Mojud SUI"'e' -i\ MADE IN BALTIMORE.

I S6.97 of Little Girls' y "Thigh-Mold" Hose at $1.00 II All Work Guaranteed D.... .. rasa tun
S4.97 School Dresses, 1 look. for 100% P are Feint b ofteM;Ottn IW&
Gekeler AND dainty prints
the
Rev. J. C. of First
Church and Mrs.I checks and stripes, fast i Other regular Monday Special -o- this Label tainted but ncvct plieated. --:::::::...

Presbyterian : CURTAINS all colors. : colors at only __h_....._... $1.00 I j in School Print. School DBTU 110% Pare Paint conform V with :::::::::
Gekeler who were enjoying a;;, set '". ... ............... ... 43c Special on Boys' and Girls' i Sox, School 'Oxford. School ONLY EXPERTS TOUCH an pure .,. Law and it the only punt :.::.--

month's vacation, returned on I I Socks, pair ..... .............. 15c I. Dree. .> Boy'* Long.Pants and II 1 I YOUR CAR AT bit carries a fvannu of pam' ===
the P. and O. boat from Tampa PEPERELL I II Short: Boy Shoe S..eri I Pnllr -
today SHEETS 95c Closing out entire stock of i Clearance of Voiles and I I a Cook for this Guarantee on the label ;
I I
I Summer .
Silk Dresses at Ftaa_.. Special Monday prices _
'" RAYON BEDSPREADS. $1.98.. $2.88 and $3.88 on Indian Head Long Cloth I Colonial Service Station I J w.gase a. .h.y.h.rsa4.dipea..d.rt..i..__
Mrs Willard M. Albury and l I 81x105 115 Many other good values for Brown Cotton, Peperell Sheets I I A8 -a.od.a. re.i. h iw IIe'-'e' w odd .....p 00aIenr..! l> i
Clarence Crusoe
Mrs. A. E. Sharpley will leave on' Monday Con early and cd I Bed Spread, Axminster Rnf, Prop. I IHEEBDAVlSCa 1898 BALTIMOREMD
the Florida tonight for Miami en: BETTER SPREADS 81.98
route weeks for in Philadelphia.a stay of about two t 1 I I all colors ..._...__ I 1 :I l I G. C. ROBERTS Comer Caroline and William StreetsPgGE








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