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: September 27, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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For Beat 55 Interests Years Devoted of Key West to the cp.}? ti. range country of; only*rfh 14*an Fahrenheit average



Landis, New SEC Chairman STORM REFUGEES SOME OF ROGERS' ROBERT N TYNES President Roosevelt's Trip West



EXTEND THANKS FOR ........................ -



And Exchange Commis. VISIT HERE Many of Will Rogers' "gags" nev- BOARD MEMBERS; CASE IN AUTO CAR HERE LIQUOR MEASURE ing With Journey Are
the Keys, who are ;
Dwellers er made the record but in the

sion Moves Along In DURINGWINTER I now recovering from the shock of memory, of his many friends, HANDS OF JURY LAST EVENING: FEW AMENDMENTSTIME Evident To Many Following

these anecdotes
Quiet hold treasured
death and destruction followingin Its Trend
spots. Robert H. Tynes, colored, was
SHOWN THAT RECENT STORM the path of the hurricane of Here ere a few which occasion AUTOMOBILE OF REV. JAS. S. FOR CLOSING OF SALOONS -
placed on trial at a recessed ses-
AiMrU 4 Press) ALONG KEYS WILL HAVE September 2, fell grateful for the auspicious or otherwise brought I DAY FOUND ABALZE AS HE ON SUNDAY CHANGED By BYRON PRICE
tSH1NGTON, Sept. 27.-A forth: sion of criminal court this morn- thief ef Bureau. Tne. Associate
NO EFFECT ON TOURISTS relief sent them in their hour of Pm \\....I.ar...>)>
brain that functions with thesmoothness Louis B. Mayer, film executive, ing on a charge of assault and LEFT MEETING OF CITY IN NEW) PROVISION I I
President Roosevelt's
speed and sureness of COMING THIS WAY direful need.Expressions. gave a formal birthday dinner hon-J battery on the persons of J. W. COUNCIL PLACED IN ORDINANCEThe

of gratitude are be- oring Marie Dressler. Ludlam and G. S. McMullen, I, I trip brings the campaign of 1936

an electric motor is the major ing received by many Key West- The party was, some of the I members of the state plant board i into fall stride, long before its

quality which associates give fact There of the is no storm Indication having that visited the ers and organizations. One of guests thought, rather too staid unit operating in Key West. Rev. James S. Day has concluded -' new liquor ordinance, I: time

I John W. Pinder at Taver- and dignified. Judge J. Vining Harris is pre- that unless an automobile's
James McCauley Landis, new this section will have any effecton them which was passed by the City I
the usual number of visitors to nier writes for a group of I Several months later, another siding with all court officials furnishings are made of asbestos:I Whatever the President' inten.

chairman of the securities and Key"West during, the winter season neighbors who feel deeply indebted producer, Hal Roach, gave a lav- defending present. ,Attorney and Mayor T. S.'Wm.Caro H.is 'it is highly unprofitable to leave it ;! Council on its initial reading Tues* I tions however sincere may be th.protestations .

ish dinner-dance in honor of his unless all openings closed and i day. afternoon before
exchange comcnission, succeedingJoseph to the people, individuals and Malone retained by the state plant are came a spe
As a matter of fact correspondence who quicklycame anniversary in film productions-It board, and County Solicitor AllanB. doors locked. 1 I il of Democratic lead.
P. Kennedy. at the offices of the housingdepartm.ent organizations, so cal I meeting of the council again
the indicate to their aid following the was one of the most elaborate Cleare, jr., are prosecuting. I Mr. Day attended a meeting of I I era that the swing round the circle
of WPA.
In his new position they find that there will be a larger number catastrophe.The festivities Hollywood had seen in Inspectors M'cMullen and Lud- the city council last night ,in company last night, and was passed on it.1 I is "
"non-political, practical
letter also thanks WilliamW. lam testify they approached I I
him here this year than last. years. with other members of the second, third and final reading. I
moving among the Demeritt of Tynes at his residence to discuss
superintendent !
Besides the many which had Will Rogers, as one of the guest I Key West Ministerial Alliance and politics concerns itself with results
lighthouses, who, as soon as prac- the matter of protecting his One of the amendments made to
vast intricacies of the stock been named in previous issues of I a number of representatives of
ticable, sent a tender and boats to speakers, turned to Mayer, among trees and were assaulted by I i other I rather than intent.
exchange wilderness, indefatigable *! The Citizen other applicationsFor the storm stricken area with food the guests, and said: Tynes. Tynes denies the allega-I! organizations. ; the ordinance last night was that
accommodations being He parked his all the
are daily car corner When the Rev. Mr. Burchard
tremendously interested,! received and the only problemis and clothing for the sufferers.Mr. "Louie this party makes you tion and contends he did 'of Greene and Ann streets in I tthe!I closing time of saloons be
mit an'assault.. made his celebrated remark about
to find suitable accommodations Picder, the message look like a heelMr ." com-I: front of the coffee mill deciding I I'
received the articles promptly and Members of the jury changed from 12 midnight Saturdays "Rum, Romanism and Rebellion"*
and acutely of the economic that it would be perfectly safe
aware for the proposed visitors. Mayer's next out-did
party I
distributed them to "the best ofmy decide the issue are: Edward|within few feet of the I at a Republican rally in 1884 ho
implications of the securities With few exceptions every Roach's in lavishness. a city to 12 midnight Sundays, to I
ability. Fernandez Paul R. Monsalvatge,
Family or individual visiting last and Number 1 Fire Station. I doubtless meant to aid the candidacy -
What! No CarboY George H. Saunders, jr., George! After the meeting' he started to read from 5 a. n*. Sunday to 12
business from which emerge the season have already made arrangements ; I I of Jamee G. Blame, the result ,
for coming this season GRANADA DUEHERETONIGHT Appearnig with.. his friend, Fred Albury, Jerome Perez and J. P. walk the few steps to the car but I j I
McDermott. j p. m. Sunday.: { as widely recognized, was to
funds that build America.He and their letters point out Stone, at a civic banquet, Rogers sped up his progress when he saw i

is publicity-shy radicalin that they will induce others to asked Stone what he wanted to i All testimony was in and the I, smoke pouring from the open I. This amendment was voted on make certain ,the election of
no case went to the jury shortly be- I
windows, and the interior illumin: I Grover Cleveland.
the ordinary sense of the word. visit.Many see in Hollywood. Stone said j fore 2 o'clock. Up to the hour of ated. separately, the vote being four to
!\ of the newest applicationsare "Garbo. Rogers asked him to I Some of the effect of Mr.
He dislikes the term "brain trust" going to press no verdict had been lie extinguished the fires which
being received from persons make another belection and after rendered. three which favored the new time Roosevelt's journey into the wet
exceedingly, regarding it as bad and families who have spent their VESSEL HAS THIRTEEN PASSENGERS an exchange in which Stone stuck: : were burning in both the front I II III are obvious beforehand. He
I and rear seats of the machine. beg placed i. effect, and to be is
taste. j seasons i in other parts of the state to his nal choice and Rogers. I
I WHO WILL BE org Leather and padding : the leader of his party. He is -
covers : were supposed
Graduated With Honors one of the latest of these was continued to urge him to say! NEW\ RULING AT I I embodied in the ordinance.
I eloped I : badly damged and will require I universally tie be a candidate -
Landis is the son of a Presbyterian EN'ERTAINEDTbirteyn somebody else Rogers said: 1 .
Mrs Kate A. Ellsworth, of "Of course, }Fred you know ail about $50 to repair.Mr. Those voting, t. sustain this for reetectioH. lfi. trip
missionary. He was bornin FERA OFFICES Day told The Citizen he I
Quincy, Mats., !spent!! last season about Broadway so we can't expect *I comes at a time when both parties
China but educated principally : 1. could not conceive of any person menJment wary? Clear, SYID D I
at Winter she closed
..Park.Today to know much about'
micttLc.ac. unluckynumber you : deliberately committing ouch a are- actively, _y** -ia "
.America. r.-rwu graduatedfrom with the housir* department'forapartments .: lI[ D'wood. "ir yu bd been out cite, Pinder and Warren, with
Princeton and Harvard with in Key West during to some but to the 13 I here much, I wouldn't have to put! ACTION TAKEN ON ACCOUNTOF dastardly act. Rather was does he I I campaign, and takes him through
honors unequalled since the daysof December with the understanding: straight on this. There isn't i opine that the car used by Cabrera', Hoffman and Robert a part of the country recognized
Justice Brandeis. lie led his on board the S. S. you SUCH GREAT NUMBER : persons occupying both front and I I
that she will extend her stay if passengers any such person as Garbo. Dietrich generally as the chief battleground -
I seats who and voting no.There I
classes and I(I rear were smoking
at Princeton again satisfied. Granada whichwill arrive here playa; both parts. I MAKING INQUIRIES I of 1936 politics.
who careless about,
when he was graduated from the I The writer tells in her letter of' Donor Unknown were very were a few other It would not be in human
Harvard law school in 1924 wherehe a number of friends who also this evening from Philadelphiabound I handling their cigarettes. Partly, amend-I I
nature for him to fail to take the
Rogers never let this be known, smoked cigarettes were found in, ments made and adopted
Frankfurter was a protege, famed of Harvard Prof. lib-I I Key template West.LIGHT spending.. the season in I'I'I for Frontera, Mexico, the but workers on his pictures vouch II Because of the large number of ,the car. i nection with.. the ordinance, I opportunity to defend his acts and
who have been at policies or for the opposition not
calling The idea
eral whose "bright men" number means luck to which they for it. persons : of carelessly handling
have been credited with young major: will agree after they have seen Often in a hurry to finish a the social service department of I I cigarettes is considered plausible! which was that the city council ,. to bestir Itself in response.
a trip' ,jhe Florida ERA the few but it is difficult will have the privilege of passingon I' Opt$ Among The People
part, in drafting "new deal" legis- TENDER I Key Wes under the guidance of picture so as to be off on a past to imagine cigarette -
lation. i members of the Key West Admin- somewhere Will would work so days, the department put into ef- l butts falling on seats in the i applications made to the tax With respect to these inevitable

Now only 35, Landis, who was istration. as to wind up three or four days, fect today a ruling thi': no persons center burning holes through the. collector for licenses to operate result" '''it is not highly important
When the Granada arrives she ahead of time. I could call there except for thrU leather covering of seats and destroying I that the President has rejected
teaching at Harvard came: to businesses of this nature., I
Washington: with the Roosevelt i will be boarded by Stewart Leonard And then to compensate each. reasons. !I the padding on both seats The other amendments proposals! for an extensive speak-
administration. He wrote most VESSEL BEEN AT TAMPA of the administration, who of the employees for the money I Relief clients will be visited at and backs, says Mr. Day. and the I were ing, campaign.
of the securities act of 1933 .HAD will tell the passengers of the they might have earned in the. their homes; by the district; case I inmates of the car not being, only as to the manner in which j I i In these days a President has

which his Wall Street enemies AND OTHER SECTIONSON points of interest to be seen here. extra time, he made up the dif aides where more sympathetictime aware of the destruction being, the places should be operated in plenty of ways to reach the public

conceded to be the most air-tight Arrangements will also be made ference from his own pocket. and thought can be given! to I caused. I I a general way.Councilmen I! ear without personally addressing -
WEST COAST I the individual problems of the Whether the fire and resultant' audiences assembled at
financial law ever passed. Although for taxis for the passengers andan Hoover Didn't Need It Cabrera Hoffman
entertainment at the lIabana- I clients than can possibly be givenat damage was designed or accidental -i and Roberts expressed themselves!:fixed points.
he helped write the Tender Ivy returned this morning He was.. once criticized for has decided that it is I The central fact is that for the
amendments which made the act I .Madrid\ Club after the sightseeing the social service of/ices where I Rev. Day :. as being bitterly opposed to the I I
6 o'clock from Tampa with a trip. imitating the late President Cool- numberless persons disrupt any dangerous for owners to leave new hours set for closing on Sunday .first time in nvontKa-for the
less onerous he kept the bill's"teeth" load of 68 creosote piling which idge's voice in a radio broadcast for when : ,first time since bitter criiicfem of
opportunity concentrating on their cars unprotected they
Passenger on the Granada are: II and stated that they would be
sharp on its long journey(was consigned to the SeventhLighthouse !Mr. and Mrs. Leo Haas, Mrs. An- In[ another speech he explained the various problemsPersons Ii are to be away from them for any I, forced to vote against the ordinance -I>him became an active persistent

through congress.: District. tionette Ramaizel Homer G. Do- "Everybody knew !fr. Coolidge.f wishing to make their i length of time and he will not as a whole due to this par factor in the political etanation-

Ma The Public Interest On the vessel was Superintendent lan, Mr. and Mrs. Victor' Wahle, : wasn't speaking he said. "They:first application for relief wil! be I II' again do as he did last night. ticular: provision. On final roll Mr. Roosevelt is "going oat among

IIis economic doctrine is not of Lighthouses W. W. De- John Mcllrane. Mr. and Mrs. William : knew he wouldn't have been up; admitted at, the social: service of-!, I call on the ordinance as a whole. I I'I the people."
an absolute theory. In one speech meritt, who went on the ship fora Carlin. Mr. and Mrs. James that late at night. fices, persons with an emergency 1, which was adopted on its final The possibilities inefade both
he said the administration and series of conferences in Tampa. Nell. Dr. Edwin :Mahoney\ and I At Kansas City before the Re-I' which cannot wait until the visit. STEAMER OZARK 'I reading the same vote prevailed,I political opportunities and political -
business both were seeking the The vessel left 3 o'clock Tuesday Frank RamaizeL publican convention of .1923 he of the case aide win be admitted,: which was four to three. hazards.

same ends on the markets and morning for Tampa with a I gave some advice to the delegates and persons who have been requested -j DUE HERE TODAY' The members of the Ministerial I Mixed with the criticism mv

that the only interference of the party on board consisting of Mrs.' i "There are about a dozen candidates -I to go to the office and i Alliance, various other church been much complaint because he

government was that which would Al Moore daughter of Mr. and STOLEN LAUNCHIS I ," he said with a grin. "Nomi- have a definite appointment will I I groups and a number of other interested .has not gone ot among the people -
make the markets fairer.In Mrs. W. W. Demeritt; W. W. De- nate anyone of them except that be admitted. citizens were in attend-I more often became! be has

essence his associates say meritt. jr., and Mrs. Demeritt; RECOVEREDHAROLD I engineer Hoover. He's the only This procedure was decided i: Steamship Ozark of the Clyde- ance at the meeting, aU of whom delayed so long )getting; away
he believes the capitalistic system Delio Co bo and Mr. and Mrs. one in the crowd who can make a I' upon, Mrs. Nina Ryder Johnson, Mallory Lines, is due to arrive in remained until adjournment was I. from "the atmosphere of Wash-

may be preserved if it is operatedin Harry Curry and daughter. living doing something else. director of the department said, in port 4 o'clock this afternoon with I ordered following the passage and ington."

the public interest. This means MV Curry is chief clerk in the I He was a far better polo player -j order to speed up the word of the i heavy shipments of freight; from I adoption of the ordinance in questions Especially has it been remarked -

supervision by the public, but not airways division of the depart- KEY FINDS VESSEL than generally credited and 4 Focial service department and give. Miami and Jacksonville for KeyWest' :. that he has not been recentlyin

intrusion. He regards economic ment of commerce and with his I wanted action always. He 'objected aid to the relief clients more' the west which dams for '".-
theory as a changing: thing which.. family was spending a vacationin DRIFTING ABOUT LAST I to fouls and chided Umpire -I quickly. Bills of lading show nine tons self a rarefied ozone free of

must be worked out in detail for Key West with relatives, before NIGHT I Jack Holt for calling penal- Relief clients may telephone the from Miami and 64 from carloads Jackson of GILFOND STILL j;'those contaminating gasses whi-h

specific! instances, not as a scien- returning to his station at .I ties. "Who commits the fouls, social service offices or write. ville. There are three: I {! westerners speak of as hovering:
tific system which may now be Fort Worth, Texas. the 'players or the umpire?" shot I outlining their problems. Case lumber for local dealers and two i IN \WASHINGTON'constantly I over "WaH Street"
carloads of barrels for the Thompson -, ;
accurately described in general- Harold Key was fortunate last I. back Holt. "About fifty-fifty aides will carry with them penny the I and! the east.

ities. PLANE BRINGS : night in recovering his launch I said Rogers. I post! cards which clients may procure I 1 I I items.Fish company, among 4!I I If Mr. Roosevelt can abate that

,"Legion" which was stolen from I Standard AttireRogers' when the aide visits the homeor I: complaint, it will be to l his ad
they obtain them at the ASSISTED BY STONE IN EFFORTS ; He risks. however" realor .
may vantage.
NEW\ PROJECT the morrings sometime during standard attireevenfor I
14 PASSENGERSEIGHT i Wednesday night. I the most formal occasionwas social service office. RED CROSS TO SECURE FUNDS I i suspected involvement hi the
'I Direct relief cash vouchers will 1 local political quarrels of Democrats -
I Mr. Key found the vessel missing an old blue serge suit with i
BEGIN HERE SOONFUNDS I yesterday morning and after 'soft collar shirt and black tie. I be mailed to all relief clients who Benefit of Storm Sufferers ,FOIL LOCAL PROJECTS I''I in the states he..wt., and
LEAVE YESTERDAY that there is no On Florida Keys
eligible offense
: reporting his loss to the sheriff's On off-days at the studio, are so possible disappointment and -
I need for clients calling at the Previously acknowledged ..?66.60J. .i to the states he does not
AFTERNOON office started on a search, using when he would come over just to
the launch of a friend. "blather" with cronies, he couldbe social service offices, Mrs. Johnson -I I R. Stowers u-. 5.00' M E. CilfonJ, WPA and FERA 1: visit. That is the dfeadrantaffe

MADE AVAILABLEFOR MIAMI Late last night he found the seen in his favorite overalls,I pointed out. Mrs. J, R Stowers .... um 5.00.. administrator for Key West, who I i These are some of tile reason

HANDBALL COURTSON launch drifting near the "quick- and battered old brown hat. left Key West two weeks.. ago for 1 why i no politician doubts for a
Arriving by plane this morning sands" The vessel had been On one occasion the script 1 ADVISORYADVISORY I Total- $76.60. :Washington is still in the capital i'moment that the trip will make

CITY PROPERTYThe I from Miami were the following stripped of all things movable including called for his appearance in a in the interest of Key West projects -II I important political history, one
passengers: F. E. Albert called The j:way or another.
Jra\ViI.1 stores and more than 150 tuxedo. Rogers' contract 10:00 A. M.- I
son, Mrs Nina Ryder gallons of gas, with.. just sufficient for him to supply his own wardrobe tropical disturbance is central this In his efforts to obtain federal j|I Tne 'Important West
Key West Administrationwas Niles Sanders: Edward F. White fuel left in the tanks to except in costume pictures. morning approximately 225 miles I, Fruits and VegetablesCelery monies for this city, Administra-j i The word "important always

advised today that the WPA Mary Young. :Mildred Sidley, Ruth bring the launch back to the city. "This tuxedo thing." he in- northeast of Cape Gracias Nic-. bunch _.___ 13c tor Gilfond is being ably assisted 'jis I: included in these esHwates for

project for construction of ten Wilson Guilreymo Russell, Marcos sisted "is a costume. The studio aragua. It has continued its grad. Lettuce, head _.__ lOc. by Julius F. Stone, Jr., former the' precise reason that it is the

handball courts: on city-owned :Mesa, Howard Wilson Holies STOWAWAYS KEPT BELOW: has Jo get it." ual recur -c during' the last 12 Carrots, bunches __,.__ lSc Florida ERA administrator.Mr. I I west which: the President is visit

property has been approved and F. Bennett, John M. Carden and hours and is now moving towardthe Freda Cora Eggplant, Grapes, Gilfond writes to WPA of- In:, .

$3.364 is now available for this Phillip Kieser. NEW YORK.-Sylvia Frucht- north or north northeast with String Beans Butler, Beans, ficials here that Mr. Stone has,, With the removal cf any likelihood -

work. Leaving on the afternoon plane man and Marion Kahl, both 17. of The Cave In BarbecueWILL slowly increasing rapidity, attend Poaches. Grapefruit, Oranges an d never lost faith in Key West's future i of a strong third party movement -

The project will be started as yesterday were: Wm R. Porter, this city, got a free sea trip from OPEN TONIGHT ed by gales and wnids of hurricane -I Okra. and he is just as confident today .. I it becomes increastajrly apparent -
soon as material arrives. Bart Griffin, Marcos A. Mesa,I I New York to Havana and returnAS force near center. Caution that Key West will becomeone that both of the oW-line
Came and Us Visit
The handball courts will give to Angelina Renedo Fran Win E. Albert stowaawys on the liner Oriente,I Pays a advised vessels and other interests i 1 Tilt's Cash Grocery of the leading resort cities of parties will look to the western

the city: another attraction which William B. Lawton Mrs. J but were.. not permitted to go on i FRANK'S PLACE [ in the northwestern Caribbean Division St. the country as he was when he 1. states (including the Midwest. )

should prove popular among visi-I Nina Ryder Johnson and Avery I deck after they were discovered. -: 722 Devil St. 417 Petronia St. I I area including the south coast of Phone 29 1101 launched the rehabinitation pro I for the decisive electoral votes

tors to Key West this winter. Johnson. ; Cuba ad island of Jamaica. I gram here 15 months ago. next year.


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THE ART OF.PEACE { .ing of the Rotary Club to be held ............ ...........

'. !! pi'nDllahtd Kxcept Suadar By j jThe' I 1-MINUTE SAFETY TALKS KEY WEST IN 1 tomorrow. The in the subject Victoria of restaurant Mr.I I Today III; Historyoooooiooooooooooo6o

Tilt.. ,! CITIZEN prRLI! HI:>G CO. JAG. world is worried about the I Il' ,
L. P. ARTMA\, rr..iaeat pos DAYS GONE BY I Wilkes' talk will be 'p

JOE ALLE From%\ A The*.Ult Citisen bnftlae building Manager sibility of war, although the vast majorityof By Don Herdld ,{ Happening Here Jmtt 10 'Year tion and Progress." "TranllpOrta-j'I 18M-Britain'* first *ai wa:> ,

Corner Greene and Ana Streets human beings clearly desire peace. In Ago Today A* Take From ers are scheduled for brief talks,I the Stofkton and' Darlington,
and the luncheon promises to be,
Only Dally Newspaper In Key West and ifonro this connection it may be interesting to Tfc. Files Of Tko Citizen one of the most interesting held I opened.
knlrrxi at Key XVeaCnorlda County., as second_class matter read what Walter Lippmann said some I //1Iils 1/TIC 8 in some time.A \8ae-By_Treaty *f Dancing
CaP Propositions of the Dyer-Sea
FIFTV-MXTII! YEAR months ago: Lan Rabbit, the Choctaw Indians ceded

Ibe Associated Member... Frew of the I.' *A.eI..I..I..el ted,. I entitled*.. to ,... "The attempt will again be made to 1 GO 80biPS ah to 9 5it'vt? Toll water Bridge company company or any, other the Tide-company -I boxing exhibition is scheduled to the U. S. all claim to lands

forTrit. not otherwise.):a! of credited all news In Ttches this paper credited and also to establish an international order in which i I *hich may be presented at for Wednesday night at the Key I>ast of the fillliWppi.I .
West Athletic Crab. The
_the local news published here.NATIONAL nations can live at peace. May those who j fiut/i but YOVdt the meeting of the county commissioners : prinriyJell
:' ) ; II tonight for Clntende'l'srill' '\ to 1918-Prewrti and' U. S. troops
EDITORIALASSOCIATION) attempt it the next time learn the lesson of i I wont / 10: bf bridges bier the water constructions gaps ],ner and Gus Reyes. Other bouts i take 29 towns and 18.900 prisoners. -
: -, our failure: That we have tried to obtain the road to the mainland will be, semin finals and preliminaries .
;c/S1: : > a+J S_ are benig arranged by Rupert
the benefits of order without paying: /ef rFINE considered. As the bridges will be
" finks In Knowles. 1931 Egyt, Stt4den and Nor-
!SVBSCK1PTIO': HA'lESjjn the Most costly the -
Tear _. the price. i road, which makes the went off the gad standard.
posed t'o-I way
Six .Months! ____..A-.__..:.. .
far** Month 1..j $3; .he price is the will to defend the : ter of vital importance, :Mr.: and Mrs. Louis Peacock of
One- Month, ____._-___.. existing order by arms and the wisdom to J. Otto Kirchhemer ho\)>es that Tampa announce the birth in Gor- 192-Prto Eke narrieaite killed -
____.. ._. .
Weakly thou-
= every member of the board will be Kellar Hundreds and injared
don hospital of a son on
ADVERTm it by concessions. To be unwilling
Made known on appllcatiou.. preserve present at the meeting. The long- September 12. :Mrs. Peacock will sands.
' SPECIAL NOTICE to fight and unready to compromise is to est bridge will be that between No be delightfully remembered by her
All reading notices, cards of thank. r.solnU.ns orre.pect" Name and Knights Keys distance 1 34-fVferal R **rve Board
the ground for revolution and for a many friends in Key West as Miss
a.t prepare TO HAVE
notices etc will be charred
obituary SILLY TO USE
the.rate of 10 cents a line. ; of about 14 Miles. All citizens Elise Warren, daughter of Mr.I followed Securities Exchange Act
For in world affairs domestic
as I
Notices for entertainment by churches from Which war. and taxpayers are invited to and Mrs.\ John }t. Warren, formerly in raising margin reqwrements.
a rnu4 is to be den .- d are 5 cents m. line. affairs force and compromise combinedare The wise Chinese have a motto: used which Is causing an alarmIng attend the
meeting. of Key West but now residents -
forum and invites disens- "When
Is fortune I
TblCrtlen an open good comes, do curve In the automobile
ti"n of public Issues and subjects of local or general the of government. not enjoy all of H." up Live Oak. 'I From I860 to 1860, Wayne and
energy acddent death rate :
intf3st but it will not publish anonymous commnnlC these days. City Supervisor of Registration I ... { Hardin counties held court in the
t unit. "We have failed because we have I can translate this Into practical (NEARLY 22.000 deaths the first '
famished The Citizen today witha Subscribe to The Citizen: -20c j ancient cave behind Natural
useable. modem American, eight months of this year,accord-
tried to renounce force and at the same thus: "When you have the good ing to The Travelers Insurance ,copy of the complete list of registrants -I weekly. J I bridge in Tennessee.

IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST I time to refuse compromises. By force : fortune to get a nice new automobile Company.) The average accident for the city election on --------'
with from 65: tc 90 mlles is November 10. Ln the first pre-
more deadly now than it used
CITIZEN: order. :
ADVOCATED BY THE alone we could not have preserved I' -
an hour under Its hood, do not to be. Reason: speed! cinct there are 143; second 280;
For we did net have sufficient force. We use it all"Automobile I Cars are safe. It Is people and third, 113; fourth, 240; fifth, 142; j

could not preserve: it by concessions alone, engineers have done circumstances which are dangerous. sixth, 98, making a total of 1-
1. Water and Sewerage. wonderful things with the new .The smartest automobile designer 016. There remains but two more
2. Bridges to complete Road to Alain- for two concede when you are known to cars. They have had reasons for In the world can: not engi- weeks before the books will close. I "LikeACakeOflce"FOODSTUFFS
lack the will to resist is to invite unlimitedand making them capable of extremely -. neer brains Into OTHER driversor

land. intolerable demands."In high speeds, but they do not ; safety into every highway.You Mrs. Morris Garfunkle of Key 1
: S. Free Port. expect you TO USE those high I must allow for fool drivers West but for many years a resident -
the world as we know it force and speeds .much, if ever. I for unexpected conditions, for of Miami, is visiting with I

4. Hotels and Apartments. compromise cannot be left out of di- They give you high speeds so mischance, for slippery roads for friends in this city and ia a guestat I iiw
that your low speeds will be, bet- blowouts, for unseen crossroads,
Mrs. Minerva Russell
the home of
5. Bathing Pavilion. plomacy. Nor can the two be separated, ter. Rightly used high speed can 1Ii
Fleming streetThe
6. Airports-Land and, Sea. as so many think they can be. For the art at certain times Increase safety I etc.Enjoy the reserve power of your on
Consolidation and both hav- In getting you out of the way of car by never using it. "'WHENGOOD
7. of County City of statesmanship is to use them I Florida Keys Bond and
danger, etc. : FORTUNE COMES, DO
":*- Governments ing determined at each juncture their best But it Is high speed wrongly, NOT ENJOY ALL OF IT. Mortgage company announces the
completion of the sale of 28 lots 1
proportions."It ._ --- -- I between Kentucky House and the 1.

is an art which has not yet been Ruy Lopes factory. The lots were,

THE KEY WEST CITIZEN mastered by the pacifist democracies or II 1 sold to C. Aubrey Nicklas of New
TODAY'S WEATHER York. One block, including 14 .
the autocracies. Until it is i
by military
lots was sold by Carlyle J. Glea-iI ii
mastered we shall see no that \ The consideration $112.-i
WILL always seek the truth and print it peace son. was iI I
w 1 1a.
endure." "' 000. I 1
without fear and without favor; never be promises to Temperatures erate northeast or east winds, in' I

Highest .. 87 creasing Saturday.
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afraid to attack wrong or to applaud right; Lowest ............ .=..... ... ---.-: -----77j Florida: Cloudy, probably occasional John Griffin, who conducts a I I .
always fight for progr. j; never be the organ EASY FOR THE QUACKS Mean ..82Normal 1 rain tonight and Saturday barber shop on Fleming stree"tnear I
--------------: -----:---: ------: ---
Is in-
.. cooler Saturday in north Margaret, suffering
or the mouthpiece of any person, clique Mean .. -. --- -- _82 J portion.
-- tense pain at his home On Angela
Jacksonville to Florida Straits:
faction: or class; always do its utmost for the The ease with which charlatans of all Rainfall i 1 Moderate 'winds mostly northeastor street: resulting from severe lacerations kept in our *U metal ICE
Yesterday's Precipitation T.. Ins. inflicted bv the teeth ofa
REFRIGERATORS cool fresh and
tolerate ,
public? welfare never orruption or east increasing over extreme are as
kinds, particularly medical quacks, defraud Normal,Precipitation .... .22 Ins. barracuda. Mr. Griffin was in
in cake of
healthful if frozen a
injustice denounce vice and virtue south portion Saturday and mostly as they were I
praise ...
; Tfcl .r.l rmvrn 94-kMr
would be incredible /eriedi in shallow water and had
the public bathing !
wereit \
ending Jit ft aVlAek ..1. ...rai.a.Tomorrot' overcast weather tonight and ice. Our Refrigerators are doubly heatproof
commend good done by individual or idea of danger. lie felt something -
organization not for the evidences to be seen on every AlmtnaeSun ; Saturday with scattered showers. no and absolutely airtight.

; tolerant of others' rights, views and hand. A few of the schemes whereby the rises ........._ _.... 6:18 a. m.i East Gulf: Moderate northeastor strike his knee and then saw
the' surface of the
opinions; print only news that will elevate Sun sets _......_........ 6:17: p. m.1 east winds and partly overcast blood traces on $30.00 and $35.00EASY
have been He went to the shore and
and not contaminate gulible and superstitious sep- Moon\ rises ............___. 7:00 a. weather tonight and Saturday with water.
the reader; never cons m.1 found that he had l been so badly TERMS-10 DAYS FREE TRIALOn
arated from their money by these swindlersare Moon sets ..__..._..... 6:38 p. m.' rcattered showers over southeast,,
with cut he almost fainted from *"
promise principle. mentioned in article Dr. Morris portion. Display At-
an by Tomorrow' Tide. '_ of blood. He is now under care

I Fishbein. A.M. P.M.[ WEATHER: CONDITIONSThe of a physician and expects to be

______ ______ _.. Inc.
High 10:22 10:07 out in a few days. I! Thompson Ice Company
Soon after Franklin made his famous
The posture experts tell l us to hold Low ..?,............... 3:45. 3:46 tropical disturbance was i
th&TcTuh in, but some folks say it is more kite demonstration in electricity, everyonewas Barometer & .. m. tojayt I central this morning approximately Colonel Sam W. Wilkes, publicity -
important to keep it still.T discussing the wonderful new force.A Sea level, 29.83.WEATHER E Et 225 miles northeast of Cape agent for the Georgia Railroad -
Gracias--about 600 miles south wlli be the guest at the meet- ,
doctor named Elisha Perkins manufac-
FORECASTTill I and a little east of Key West It _.,_ ._ ._
-- ---
If there hadn't been so much signingon tured a lot of short metal rods, which Jie has continued its gradual receive
and the last 12 nours' and is I -
claimed with
charged electricity during
She dotted line in the boom days, therewouldn't ( 8 p. m., Saturday) '
now moving toward the Worth or
be so much signing relief ap- therefore capable of drawing disease from Key West and Vicinity: Partly Borth-uortbeast With 1010..11' increasing -'
the human body. He sold of the
plifatiOns now. rapidity, attended) by
rods-one pair to George Washington. shifting gales and winds of hurricane -

Electric belts and similar applianceshave force' near the center.G. P5<
f Uncultivated people are often des- S. KENNEDY,
been sold by the millions, not one of Officer in Charge
cribed-as "roughnecks, but some of us
which of had curative valuewhatever. \
= course, any IL I
are rot so fearful of the loughnecks as of !
the the-smoothtongues. A few years ago a widely ad- BENJAMIN LOPEZ

vertised product called Sanatogen had an at FUNERAL HOME \
enormous sale, and testimonials were ob- l Setting Key Wed -
Little Blue blow if tdP'
Boy come
tained from many persons of prominence.The Half CeiU.ry .
horn," said the old nursery rhyme. Today Showor Partly Cloudy 24 Hoar Ambalaaca Servleo not be t happy
was composed of 95 per cent cot-
Little Blue 'Is not to blow Licensed EnbaUaer
Boy ne. only tage cheese and the remainder glycerine cloudy tonight and Saturday, 3>kea. 135 Night ds.P .% WL with
his=horn, but also to put his foot on the probably occasional Showers; mod-I ; _
phosphates, neither of any medical Value.
brake. .. 4
One promoter acknowledged making I GOOD

$45,000 profit in a year from the sale of a '
-If there is a general conflagration in Co.
"chemical ring" supposed to cure diseasesof

Europe, Mussolini and Mussolini only, will the blood, but in reality no more efficacious & ,O.STEAMShIP r HARDWARE\, \ .

be Meld. responsible. There can be no than a twine string tied around ,

dodging the responsibility as the records one's finger. MIAMI-PORT TAMPA-HAVANA-"WEST )INDIES' it '

areilear.: But we can hardly wonder at the success Leave Key West for Havana Tuesdays, Wednesdays and SPECIAL
8:30 A. M.
of quackery in a state of civilization Saturdays
Leave Key West for Port Tampa Mondays and Thursdays
Thinking that soaking the rich with- which still accepts a mass of medical superstition 6:30 P. M.Leave.

out:=:.soaking the is as specious as the Standard
poor as gospel truth.REGIMENTING. I Key West for Miami Wednesday 10:00 P. M. Roofing
old:method of putting a man in prison for
Sal of tickets for Havana will top at 8:00 A. M.

debl. Vindictive methods do not producethe THE SPUD For farther information tall Phone 71 Per

'desired results. J. H. COSTAR. Agent. $$2.25 Roaa

The humble spud has become the latest -- ._ -
Long's guards who shot his assassin target for the bureaucrat. .

were undoubtedly right In shooting him Under a law passed by the last Congress i Regular Price $2.75

down but it was not necessary to vent the Irish potato is to have its turn insocalled

their: hatred by riddling the body with 50 I crop control. Growers who produce

death-dealing missiles. more than five bushels a year must CONSULT YOUR BANKER

i submitto: a stringent licensing system.

Apropos of the American Legion : and if they produce more than their quota, .
meeting in St. Louis: Have we, the living, a h aiy' fine may be levied against them. -

kept faith with them, the dead. No, for Opposition arguments, based on the fact .

\velstill speak the language of war+ and that the spud is an eccentric sort of animal ;t .

half. The price of pea'ce U still a large whose; productivity is almost impos- '-

nary: and a large army-symbols; of death sible to control, have had no avail.
First National Bank of West
The Key \
anj destruction. The new law did not have Administration -

support, and seems to be regarded ..

I War in Europe is inevitable; the Uni- coldly by Secretary Wallace. H was put I I' Member of the Federal Reserve ;

ted!States m.ust determine to keep out of through by zealots who feel that nature I

the coming holocaust. It can if it will and should be regimented as thoroughly as pos 'I
South Fknda Contracting & Engineering Co.
win it must. Now is the accepted time to sible. I Deposits Insured by Federal Deposit Insurance ..

start agitation against becoming involved. However, it is encouraging to report
Congress sensed the attitude of the people that 'Various groups, led' by well-known 1 Corporation Phcte 593 White and Eliza Streets

by:its resolution against any participation men, have announced defiance to such a "Yotir home is worthy of the best

and! tieing the president's hands at least liberty-destroying law-and have chal- .. _. -. ." -

until! .next February:,, J lenged its enforcement. I ow4! I

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tnUp aYNOPRZ rafc a lea?* ;:r'\S'rK.ekes* even noticed the wordlng.She Advertisements under this head MALE HELP WANTEDAN SMART GIRL
fdict Barnes .* her wedding passed Emily the files. :Look over will be inserted in The Citizen at' Nino Martini-Reginald Denny in
sl.kt: eketea fn tae HpAt place these then try your hand at one for the rate j HERE'S: TO ROMANCE
a.d landfd nada .Dr. CArittopher I.I of lc a word for each in-; EARLY START selling s5tcat
Ward,. tnteUigtnt tare. H. restore each department. sertion but the minimum for the' soap and auto polish means Matiaeet Balcony lOcf Ore)..*-
her ttmtgtk and e2/-re- "Yes'mEmnyllaId meekly, and I
vect aed excovraaca Isr.lO ter. first insertion in every instance is profits when season is in fun trat 15-20 Nighti) J5Z5cC.
to work.
km fob. aa fe
:* Ire..Ik Silo. matter it of rrt rmU, totcflD4. and even Charlotte's play was con I Payment for classified adver CO.. Hartford, Conn. _

elf./ her/rie d potxtf CfcarioU tot leave.i. DiriepLaw the- struc ve. She belonged to the Open I ..........e.eee......... ...eeee555515iSS.C.eee.e tToday's tisements is invariably in advance, Sept27-ltx
Forum,and to the play-writing groupof DOUBLEHEADER. but regular advertisers with ledger
the Little 'Theatre. I FOLLOWING accounts may have their advertise WANTED
Chapter 21
She read voraciously, and Emily TODAY FOR CUBSANDCARDINALS I ments charged.
began to know once more the Joy of THROUGHBy Anniversaries !' Advertisers should give their WANTED efcance to bid on

v of what you've been matching wits In verbal combat. e.ee..e.i...e........... .street address as well as their tele- your next printing order. The
[through Charlotte said when That she decided, was why she had phone number if they desire re- Artman Press. ang7
1 were settled at last In the let her mind go to seed; half the 1722-Samuel Adams Boston's sults.
Imlt-Uke room she called home. pleasure of reading and thinking lay ( JOVE) famous citizen-patriot of Revolutionary .
La look better than 1 dared to In clarifying your Ideas In argument. ................1.....** days born in Boston. Died With each classified advertisement -

It was hard to know what you believed SECOND CAME OF "LITTLE A baseball game will be played Oct. 2, 1803. I The Citizen will give free an Hire This

Emily was reclining on the bed. until you bad had to defend Autostrop Razor Outfit Ask for
WORLD SERIES" POSTPONED Sunday morning at the Navy Fie'd it. *
ie had tried Charlotte's chairs and your position from assault. Army OF

I Ten them up as hopeless. That's EICAUSE: OF RAIN; 7TH between 'an All-Star club and a: 1792-Georye Cruikshank, fam- RUSSELL'SCIGAR 8 )
r. Warde. The man could graft SHE took a room t fn the house with picked team. ed English book illustrator, bon. LOST ; "SalesmenTHEY'RE *
Backbone Into an oyster." ; and spent luncheon STRAIGHT FOR YANKS 1 Died Feb. 1. 1878.
Charlotte' eyes were anxIous. hours hunting French prints and a LOST-Cast Net on Boulevard. THE ADVER-
f You aren't tailing In love with him. lamp whose shade was an old map i I met some more fans yesterday Finder please return to 1106 STORE0

re your of Ireland, and a good'wing chair. Special t. The (.:IU...)) ) afternoon and this is what they 1803-Samuel F. Da Pont, I Angela street and receive re TISING COLUMNSof

Emily twinkled. "It's plain Y01lTen' She bought a few books-old NEW YORK Sept. 27.-All-1 had to say concerning; the WorldSeries : grandson of the first Dn Pont, ward.

\ seen him. He looks like aom. friends and new ones. In the dollar powerful Nature "won" I : I II among the country's most eminent kept27-ltx -- -
editions that were such a boon to Earl Adams: : "1 think those Cubs
.. And he doeent know peo- naval commanders, Civil War admiral -
embryo advertisers. It was Infinitely day's scheduled game between the I cannot be stopped. They are a Baseball ReturnsBy
: Daily
pIe are really people at all: he born at Bergen Point N. FOR RENT The West
[thinks they're Cases. But he'. a better than Ardmore. where yon St. Louis Cardinals and the Chi- bunch of firecrackers and it will< J. Died in Philadelphia June 23, Key

[grand doctor. signed your name In a register when cago Cubs. It Has to have been I be hard to put them out. 1 1865. 'FOR RENT-5-room furnished Wire
Charlotte relaxed."Thank Ood for you went out and when you came Luis Gonzalez: "I pick the Cubs' 'I apartment. Laundry tubs and J CitizenThey'll
the second of their series
back here
1 : no one or cared i 1 1J O- j
that. Another complication would to win the series. 514
f'make me old before my time. Have where,She met you went Charlotte's friends but had to be postponed be-J Henry Mayg: "I have been' a: ',-V-'itliam! B. IJa: n, Indian I garage.152-M. Margaret septlgtf streetPhone COME IN AND GET THE i take your messageto

yon had any dinner found them as refreshing and as and Intensely cause of rain, resulting in a double- Cub fan for years and I shall win fighter Union genera, who RESULTS OF THE i every home in the city
Emily's eyes widened then narrowed lndlvldnalas header for today. with them or go down in defeat i expanded the signal service after TWO AND FIVE ROOM FURN- and SELL 'EM
the Left waresor
Wing I MAJOR I your
Into laughter "1 was so extltefl Cub the born Hartford Vt.Died BASEBALL
at Ardmore. The standing still remains the with them but I will remain a 1 war, at ,I ISIIED APARTMENT. Conveniences services.
over corning that I forgot an 1 LEAGUES
Jan. 16 1887. I
100 percent. ,
There Anne porches. 519 Elizabeth
'about 'eatingCharlotte !" was Campbell who samewith the Cards four games
did illustrating and layout work at Milton Roberts "Sleepy""Ipick street. Apply 523 South- -0CIGARS -
grinned. "What a bnatness behind and four to If the Redbirds II PHONE
go. 51
Sailer's: a slim, blond girl who the Cubs because they have ''' ard street. CIGARETTES
1837-RJward ,
woman you're going to be! Ihaven't McGlynn, ?.yewpork
looked. Charlotte said, like an illustration win the remaining contests the pep and what they call 'it':" i
eaten either: I was late by herself. She wore beautifully they will tie the leading Cubs anda Bobby Schultz: "I pick the Tigers Catholic priest single-tax FURNISHED APARTMENT with''I SOFT DRINKS, Ii The Citizen
getting from the office and I
away advocate born New York
in City. ETC. I
Electric Ice Box. Archie
decided to tailored clothes that carried playoff will result. If Frisch'smen because they are a more balanced Thompson I
wait on the chance that
: smartness almost to the it will be Died Jan. 7, 1900. 1001 Eaton street. Phone 1
yon didn't care for railroad food. point of ug lose just one game, club. I think the Cubs are
Put on your hat then. Infant and i liness, and smoked Innumerable all over. just a streak and the Tigers will 879J. sept4-lmox t -I

left go." holder.cigarets In an ebony and amber The hopes of the Cardinalsrest I knock them out of that nightmarethey I 1840-Alfred T. Mahan, naval . ----- ------

The restaurant was small and I And there on the Dean brothers. The are in." officer, internationally known ,
ren at so late an hour crowded. was Viola Bnrwell. who one and only Dizzy Dean will be writer and authority !
no sea powerin
I was Salter's
consulting I
When Emily had tasted the food she I and who shared decorator in there ,jn the opening game to- history, born at West Point
an apartment with
understood the reason. I Anne. Viola Charlotte confided witha day. He will attempt to snap the I IN. Y. Died Dec. 1, 1914. be BOfydwinlleciJon
Inter-est. Cubs' long winning streak and cap-
and wondered what her mother's Anne.twinkle was a perfect antonym for ture his twenty-ninth victory of BY LOCAL TEAMS I II I Subscribe to The Citizen-20e 't ;
reaction would be to the Idea of two
the Brother Paul at his /
She had a Junoesque figure a skin season. weekly. ACCEPTING'IMI'rA"DONS
unattended In ,
women a public i
restaurant at this hour. In her social like a magnolia and a mass of bine- own request will pitch the second I I ----

code Frances Felton was still. black hair that she wore In an unsteady game. Should the great Dizzy GAME CALLED ON ACCOUNT I To get the.original.Davi* 100% Pen Pete. .
In the mauve decade of her girlhood knot low on her neck. Her fail in the opener the Cards' KEY WESTCOLONIAL t .e sure to MADE IN BALTIMORE. mils tklll

summer wardrobe was composed en- chance for competition in the big OF DARKNESS} PITCHERS I i HOTEL I II took for Davit 100% Pare Paint ha*Often 1 tctn IWIthis
tirely of dresses made by herself World! Series will be? lost. I i OMF.Ib
"Now ten me, she said when sass veti imitated,bat never duplicated. ..
their order had been taken. "something from cretonnes and chintzes In her :Manager Grimm is confident his ALLOWED FEW HITS I In the Center of the Buainesa Label D.isagog Par* Pautt conform I with "E::::

about what rm going to do. own drapery department.She club will end the argument in the !, Theater ...vim all pore paint, Law and Is th* only paint, :=.--
chose the material solely -- I District In: ,
Charlotte lit a elgaret. another first game and walk right into the : IJUJ\PUKJI ,bat ames a guarantee of purity.' Mww.rirtA= ::
thing that would hare sent Mrs. their Anne color or design and looked. series against the Tigers. He will}i (By JOVE) I First CIo.FireprfI PAIN .._.
told her -
Felton Into hysterics. Smoking caustically exactly: .. look for this Guanmtceon ihe Label-* era :
was like "one of use "General" Bill Lee in the initial -j The second half of the Social _
those trick .
bad enough at any time but smokingIn contest and the veteran Char-:! League got under at the I .
bags that people pass on and on to way W baw oja comMotion with maty other PMB*KbaWactvrvr of MAH Orw.at
a public restaurant- each other at Christmas. Viola lie Root in the nightcap. I j I park yesterday afternoon. It was COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEI 1 ew pradocu an sale by M in Battnor* kn4 toY'........ Dater-'7Jtm.RRDAVIS

I think Yon dont It would start be until a good Monday Idea,but Ifyou'd smiled vaguely and good-naturedly Manager FriSch refused to talk I a v4ry''gOod game. The High I CQ t CstdlisA< at the criticism and went her Serene about the outcome of the "Little, School boys from grade 11A Carat Elevator 11

Saturday come and down pick up tomorrow what you can.and way.They World Series," while on the other- played the Bayview Park ten to I Popular Price G. C. ROBERTS Comer Caroline and William Streets
accepted Emily Grimm is all tie in nine The .
Are you feeling fit again?" Immediatelyand hand, Manager con- a innings. game 6Is
"'Perfectly.She was tired now. without apparent curiosity asCharlotte'l fidence.In was called on account of darkness. I .
but she didn't want to admit It. She friend and asked her the only game played in the Ward hit two safely in three
hated to begin that way. and Charlotte to supper on her sec major leagues the New York Yankees times up. In the field J. Gates, ----- 1..

"That's fine.And then rYe got half ond Sunday evening In Birmingham.The won the final game of the Russell and Valdos played well j jj

a dozen books on advertising that supper was Emily's first experience series from the Washington Senators -j I for the Park boys and Saunders I j -.
will hare to be your night schoolat in Bohemia: not the untidy, and thereby annexed their Woodson and Almyda for the
unwashed Bohemia of Greenwich village
first. seventh straight victory. The I High School.
or the Left
Bank but
a gather-
""It sounds rather aIarmlng.1t Ing In which everybody spoke his score was 4 to 3. I Both pitchers done a good job, FIRMS

Isn't. It's easy enough after mind and manifested a beautiful un- All other games were rained out allowing few hits.
four years at Ardmore. You can'tcet concern for his neighbor's privatelife. or were not scheduled.The I Score by innings: R. H. E.
through there without sufficient r
summaries follow: I High Scbool-
mental equipment to make a go of "They keep AMERICAN LEAGUEAt I 300 000 000-3 5 4 J
house Sunday
open on
this. You start off knowing so much Who Rush To Give You Service-Patronize Them
more than the average apprentice. Charlotte explained as they Washington! R. II. E. Bayview Park- /
Emily was fleetingly gratefulfor entered the apartment building m New1' York ....- 474 :I 101 000 100-3 6 1

A the rigors of Ardmore. but they which Anne and Viola lived "and Washington _..._....__..._... 2 10 1, Batteries: B. Pindcr and E. Nelson -
some of the habitue's belong to the : and Glenn I Elwood B. Lowe and Russell -
seemed too far away now to be of Batteries: Murphy ; ; ,
zoo, so don't be alarmed at them.
much help. "You may have. I've let Lanahan Pettit Russel and Bol-:I

my Charlotte mind go to was seed unperturbed.terribly. ""Prob} hospitably The door ajar to ,the and apartment they entered was ton. i JOHN C. PARK Star American Coffee ROSES TIFT'S

ably. Your letters have sounded a without knocking stopping first to scheduled i LEAGUE STANDINGS ,
No other You'll find out how
leave their hats In the hallwa games
little weedy of late. But a few weeksof tiny } I : FLORAL PIECES A CASH GROCERYthe
]Intensive cultivation will help alot. The living-room was surprising: a NATIONAL LEAGUE 328 SIMO&TON ST. good it is 'when, you try
." beautiful room, simply and exquisitely first cup, Ib 2Sc. SPECIALTY
furnished. The rugs were All games rained out or were AMERICAN LEAGUE 1101 Division Street

s'a dark green an the draperies a not scheduled. I" Club- W. L. Pet. !
cultivator Charlotte proved PLUMBINGDURO LARGO It> 18c
A subdued pattern in blocked linen. A Detroit ._........_.... 92 55 .626 ; PLANTS and VINES -
Invaluable. There was no such .....................e.. PHONE 29
thing In her vocabulary,as Idleness. grand piano in an alcove supplied 1: New York m_...._._.. 88 59 .599: V. & Sn Ib 15c.

\ When the books on advertising were the last touch of luxury. Today's Horoscope I i Cleveland ________.._ 79 70 .530
linished she delved Into the The om was empty save for i Boston .... ..:: ..._;._ 77 74 .510 -, Roasted in Key West by SOUTH FLORIDAStapte and Fancy
long blond youth who was sitting on ......................A*! .. tUMPSPLUMBING .
library and unearthed others which his Chicago ______...__..__ 71 77 .480 GroceriesComplete
'they read together, and which Charlotte reading.shoulder-blades He said "In"Hlo an armchair and then, Today best'vs a loving disposition Washington -.--....-- 66 84 .440 a SUPPLIES STAR COFFEE MILL

expounded as they read. dragged his eyes from the page and ,.causing the native to become I St. Louis :_____.._... 141; I 84 1.432 J 512 Greene. Street NURSERY Line Fresh
"You're got to believe In It to get almost infatuated'' with the objectof Philadelphia ____.__ 5 S ; 90 ..384 .
anywhere." she said. "This thing of rose.Charlotte presented hIm. This Is the affections. There are fair PHONE 348 Phone 256 PHONE 597 1rtYits and Vecetabea

building an excellent mousetrap and Jed Latimer. He's the boy wonderof abilities and probably the inclination -I,I NATIONAL LEAGUE
having the world beat a path to your the Evening Post.She addressedJed. will be tofTard agricultureor i t I Club- W. L. Pet

door belonged to a much less com- ."Yon holding the fort alone!" kindred occupations. There is Chicago ..____.____...._ 98 52 .653 HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE
plex age. He nodded with his _______. SELECT SEA FOODS -READ- .
motioning an indication of lack of oppor-.: St. Louis ___ 94 56 .627 "
down"Today with you your have mousetrap to knock before a man he head. "They're In the kitchen. fixIng tunity that will hamper this person ;!New York ..._____ 89 60 .597 Jewf Uk, 2 lb.- 35c INSURANCE
food. I'm feeding my soul in the early days of the career. It Pittsburgh 85 65 .563 THE KEY WEST j
even realizes you've built It. Advertising stead." i ------- YeTIowtan Steak, 2 Ib. 35c

is so essential that If the Anne was In the kitchen, ID'I I may be a difficult life. i I Brooklyn ----- 68 83 .450 Yenowtail on B0 e, 2 lb.. 2S Office: 319 Duval Street
maker didn't advertise his wares (Cincinnati _. 67 84 .444 I '
veloped in a voluminous smock
the buyer would have to advertise with French dressing. A round, in Granville Co., N. C., 48 years I I Philadelphia .-- 64 37 .424 Grouper, 2 Ib.. 25c SUNDAY STAR I

for what he wanted. with ago. 'Boston .._......_... 26 113 .242 Snapper, 2 Ib*. ... 25c
young man melancholy
"I see." said Emily And when ___ 1 NO. 1
sat like Hnznpty Dumpty on a high Mattes Fiat 2 Ib* ---- 25
you're learned to believe in It, what kitchen stool watching her flying I I : Subscription $2 Per Year

then?" hands. -' FRESH SHRIMP Try Your 'M.aU At
"The thing for yon to do Is to take She greeted them gaily and introduced Large Select Oyster Key West's Only Sunday '-THE=- .

these files of our ads for the past the young man. whose name Fresh Crab Meat in Ib eau 6Sc Paper Delmomco JfcifanrantBadweUer

three months and study them carefully was Steve Young. He bowed to eAn InVU; FREE PROMPT PORTERALLENCOMPANY
: then you'll have a working Emily without moving from the l QOIII ir.TO DELIVERY'Business Office Citizen Beer ........ life

'Idea uses"of the sort of thing Baiter's stool and she thought fieetlngiy of a OUR C e LOWE FISH COMPANY Building Six Co.". 'Diaaer*, ......
from "Alice In Wonder
Emily laughed. "You'd think that land. PHONE 151 PHONE 51 _*..;._-=. SOc 75 aid ale

haTing read as many Salter ads as I (COPJIf"Jl1tt. ,lit, tf jrorfea Sim, ), .--.
have In my life rd be able to do"em tteddiq2c

with my eyes shut"
Life take McCONNELL
on new chars for AARON
"Not at aIL You probably never Emily, tomorrow. Our Reputation is WrapPRITCHARD
TTERY soon each of our 536 Fleming Street -
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friends will be rectiTmg in pod in :very package
......b................M famed biologist born at Cincin- l FUNERAL HOME
invitation to out Wedding; and of
: nati, Ind., 58 years ago. ,via \
\Today's Birthday we want it to be the best looking invitation we can get"NaturallI.
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Raymond Moley of New York,
want VTcdJmg Invitation to kc the j3'i
Nicholas K. Roerich of New editor yon your
magazine professor, former I
York finest and that is why we are inviting to inspect our PUBLIC
City, explorer author, mystic Braintruster, born at Berea, Ohio, very : you .

and artist, born in Russia 61 49 years ago. remarkable: hoc of genuine Steel Engraved Wedding Invitations WATCHMAKER, JEWELS LICENSED EMBALMERA .

years 1tgo.Cbarles. 1 and Announcements> in the Favored Styles of 1935. ENGRAVER ARTfiSTpRESSCitifcen Serrleo ...-..-
Arthur D. Call of Washington i See Him For Your Next Work

Jay ConnicL of Boston, D. C., editor secretary of the THE ARTMAN PRESS ALL PRICES REDUCED B1J LADY ATTENDANT

noted artist in st&ined glass born American Peace Society, born at' Horns 9 "t. 12-1 to 6Ope Citizen;. Office. .

at Springboro, Pa., 60 years ago. Fabius N. Y., 66 years ago. CITIZEN BUILDING PHONE 51
Saturday Nights P2aoae K4$ Never S....

Dr. Oscar riddle of the Car- Thomas A. Morgan of New

pegie Institution. of Washington, York, aircraft maufacturer, born'

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SOCIETY [\n TAe WEEKS NEWS 1111S'.II,1 TO SUBSCRIBERSIf ;, .ji iiifi ili..1 Subscribe to The Citizen.

x: : : -: PALACEGeorge

................................................. f 'R44a.I paper:yea by do 6:15 Bet o'clocks receive :roar the ANNOUNCEMENTSl l I O'Brien in

Melody Hour Presented Last ) ...._., call telephone 81 CITY ELECTION-NOVEMBER)!+ WHEN Comedy A MANS and Serial A MAN

jL and a paper will L. cent t. 12, 1935

Night Proved. Grand Success ; :year borne. A complaint boy ....................... I Matiaee: 5-10c; Nigatt 10.1

em'z< U OBJ etaty at this( office from For MayorDR. .1

The tenth Key West Melody I r Again Mary Elizabeth Grillion .6:15 to 7:15 p. m. for the H. C. GALEY
West 'Sawyer played her. numbers be-
in the Key
Hour last night of
purpose delivering
Colonial Hotel was a very beauti-I,!ing "My Heart at Thy Sweet : ): plaint. Help as give yea 100 For Mayor i t Ii

ful and successful affair with Voice"* by Saint-Saens, and "The 1 percent service by caliof 51
much larger attendance than I I End of a Perfect Day" by Carrie r t if :yon do not receive Tie Citizen. For Reelection I

usual. With the exception of,I Jacobs-Bond. Her great abilitiesas 1 .
j .* y
numbers the program a concert pianist were displayed + a AZ
two on .1"tv PAPER
,only compositions: were played I I to best advantage' 'the t a mm '. .' For CouncilmanDR.

that had been heard in the pre i two familiar melodies went -NEW FRONTIERS FOR R EC RE ATION" ARMANDO COBO

vious concerts. I straight to the hearts of the will be discussed and charted CARD OF THANKSWe
I 1 in Chicago, this ,
month when more For Police Justice
After the Theme Song by :Margaret audience. I
than a thousand
delegates at
Zinaida von :Hfetk-Uuba,I I I I The Commodore then gave his the National Recreation Congress.gather take this means of extend- T. S. CARO _

the were opened by interpretation of "Music Proi- ing our sincere appreciation to the
Mary presentations Elizabeth Grillion Sawyer I,'I bita" (Forbidden Music) by S. many friend who assisted us during For Captain of Police Package of 500 Sheets
Gastaldon executing the composition FEARS BRAZILIAN COTTON-Edward the brief illness and death
organist of the First :Methodist COLLEGE BEGINS AGAIN-and the ALBERTO CAMERO
Episcopal Church playing the':|I in his own unusual way- co-ed plans her autumn entertaining. > Tomlinson American our loved one, Henry M. Adams. GOOD QUALITY BON
continuous melody, This will cinnamon ; can authority on South affairs Also to those who I
"Grand March" from the opera j I a flowing young lady has just completed gave the For Captain of Police PAPER
Verdi. As I rich and full) in volume. One was toast and milk after football games,using Brazilian a report on use of their cars the donors of ROBERT J. LEWIS
"Aida" by Giuseppe cotton, published by The
troubadour in a the new Toastmaster Hospitality Tray. the beautiful l floral
I reminded of a > offerings and
usual, Mrs. Sawyer's treatment of,i V Country Home, national farm magazine "Bobby"
the number, with a subtle injec-j|i Venetian garden of roses, singinga Result: no broken training rules, for which indicate that Brazilian expressions of sympathy, we are I -THE -
to the of figures indeed grateful.
tion'of spirit, earned her rich and, forbidden song growers my end the United State SPECIAL OFFERPERMANENT
well-deserved applause. ]'i his heart. supremacy in world cotton market MRS. HENRY ADAMS AND ART IAN PRESS
The Commodore then welcomed FAMILY. aept27-ltx -oft-
Gerald Saunders, choir director!I 1 I .
the Chief Executive and the First WAVES
of the same church, with Dorothy I' Lady of Key West, and Mayor Subscribe to The Citizen-20c Two Permanents Citizen Bldgr.PHONE .
Mayfield Knowles at the piano, gg QQ
William, H. Malone gave a brief r 'r weekly. for I 51
rendered two solos on the violin
address on behalf,of the Key West Better Waves, $5.00 and .p
"The Swan" by Camille Saint-:,
'I Institute of Music. Jacksonville* LeaalaK Hotel* MRS. MILLER
"Ser }
and rhythmic ti
enade" from the Ballet "Les Mil I He congratulated the city forI "r THE SEMINOLE Ocean View Apt 1 Phone 574-J
I I I having so many talented musicians NEW DESTROYERS :z gfty a
lions d'Arlequin" by R. Drigo.' 4 ;
i the citizens, and not CHRISTENED The .,, .
Both numbers were played in appealing -]I only talented among ones, but unselfish flag-bedecked destroy M .I Y"ta -.-....-...-.-..-.-.-ewu.-.-.s..-.-..-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.- .-.-.-.-.-.-.- .- .- .- .- .
style and were well re-+i I l
the In- ,. ers-Conyngham. left, '
I ones. Then, on behalf of s4a
ceived. !I stitute of Music, the mayor pre- and Case, after they e -'ys.vie FOR SALE IA'

, The "Berceuse" from "Jocelyn"|I I I sented certificates as tokens of slid down the way in cir ill 1aG

by Benjamin Godard was next on; recognition for services renderedI the Charlestown Navy .. a ..r tL tl,
the program, rendered by MAr-' the whole community and for Yard at Boston Both t.'w.w.
garet Zinaida von Mietk-Liuba,i I I will be in active ser '
musical accomplishment. '
in a beautiful andante cantabile The recipients of the certificates vice next *. year. '
I j 'I
style. I, are: Mrs. Gladys Evans, ESCAPE ; :.
In order to make possible the' Mrs. Nell Maple Gekeler Mrs. DEATHS IN ; I I Jak.Mvlll. FlerlaaCHAS. -

substitution of two numbers by- Miriam Baker Illingworth Haydn PEE D r .. s' B. C.RI\FR. Maoacer Ni
Miriam Baker Illingworth, two selections -I Illingworth, Dorothy Mayfield CRASH o'c 'te ', ; ; A human, home-like In.Ututlon'
I ard Hughea.millionaire, r d"r' where :you will find y..rl.dlvidule.nf.rt
on the program were I|Knowles, Commodore and Mar- ..* rmtrrtmlmmttmt a mat'
omitted. "Prelude, Opus 28, No.i garet Zinaida von Mietk-Liuba, ter of great Importance.A '
15", known as the Raindrop Prelude -' pilot (wearing I i
was rendered in masterly I Charles Roberts Gladys Bierna helmet), as heInspected I .t.... fireproof ........ located I 1 se + l -
,Watkins Roberts 1
Roberts, Mrs. ..
hi* the heart of the city I
fashion, followed by "Nocturne:I Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Grillion plane after the -o- {- aa. ggt 1, "
in C Minor, Opus 48, No. 1".' / t r /r M 16laERI4o
Sawyer Gerald Saunders. ship had cracked BACK TO ROOST After a Every Room with Combination Tab II tYlF't"is
,Both compositions are by Fred' The certificates state that in up, following K 'x?< ? .v brief Hollywood interlude, Phil and Shower Bath Radio. Electric
? Celling Fan Slat Door for Summer
eric-Francois Chopin. The noc- recognition and appreciation of fits record Y a r Harris, popular orchestra lead Ventilation Comfortable. Beds with I
turne was distinguished by the unselfish services rendered the flight of 347 er,I la back with hi* band at New Mattresses of Inner Spring Construction -

harmony and tone-quality of the social, musical and cultural life miles an hour, a 46 Y rk'a fashionable Waldorf-A- and Individual nca-I ..7
I ? 'r z. ing Lamp
first part, with extended arpeggios -I I lof Key West by promoting the a new speed ;,r F? {> toria. Phil pour a Golden Wedding RATES I r 'I I In
a N
,-followed by rapid octave I highest types of .music, and in mark for land s, + for beautiful Lea Ray between ...... 1 !

passages. Very exacting playing!f further recognition of the high) planes cones 7R ROOM.. Private Bath .:LIII ll il 1
is required for perfect interpre-- standing accomplished- musi- - --- HO neona. Private Rath ,_
*. Ileeoia, Private Bath __ a.ea
tation. Chopin would have been cians, the aforementioned artists ...... .. for 34 R__., PrlvteBatk __.._ a.M '
plane yesterday morning a
pleased with the rendition of General .. SaM' le ROOM. private n... 4...
are awarded the titles of .N.uu.1 brief business visit returned to
: ,
I Music Director and Professor of PERSONAL MENTI Miami on the afternoon plane. OCCVFANCTm.::
Then the music direc-
general :
tor of the Melody Hour introduced Music Music.by the Key West Instituteof ,..............eeeeeeeee........................1 I

in a brief address the Key Immediately after the awardof Gustavo Mato left on the Cuba) Juan Gomez left on the S. S.i j J Marcos\ Mesa, manager of the 0 y 1

West Institute of Music. I the certificates by the mayor yesterday for Tampa where he Cuba yesterday for Tampa for a! Armour plant in Key West, left .

lie stated that music has a tremendous -1 Dorothy Mayfield Knowles played will spend a while with relatives.:Visit with friends'' for several days: j by plane yesterday afternoon for a r?

influence in the life of i"Fruehlingsrauschen" (Rustle of -I j business visit in Miami: and returned

man. and hence in the life of I Spring), by Christian Sinding.I Guilreymo Russell, chief engineer -' Harry Weintraub, who was this morning. FLORIDATi.

every cpnununity. Therefore the Florida! spending his vacation with his'
Miss Knowles' great qualities as of the Steamship
Key West Institute of Music was,I I,i I concert pianist were fully in evi- arrived by plane from Miami parents Mr. and Mrs Berman I IWtmtraub J'AC KS N.Vt .:E' Furnished two-story house and lot at 1307 Whitehead -
:Miss who
Angelina Renedo
: was
founded upon Commodore vonMietkLiuba's | dence.: this morning to attend the funeral and other relatives,; with relatives GEORGE t1 street. In exclusive neighborhood. Beautiful view
visiting in Key WASHINGTON ;,
suggestion and I 'The last number, the. pro- services of his sister, Mrs. Orilla I left yesterday afternoon on the JOG ... .,. ,
i West, left yesterday afternoon by as. of the sea and overlooking Coral Park.
through his initiative, to encOurage ... ...
'1 gram was "Comme.la Nuit". (Calmas Velasco. Cuba for Tampa en route ,tol|
plane for Miami. _........
amateur musicians in our': the ,Night) ,b r,Carl Bohm, Tendered I Gainesville, Fla., to begin his' .n.,s.a w ........... F 'si f For price and terms apply to
city to give their best to the community Florida .. .-.. : )
I by the Commodore with Howard Wjlson, deputy collector second year's studies at --_

depth, dignity, strength. His of internal revenue at Key.i' University. I Tom Hunt, associated with the -CiAIAGI.WRATES..Stlerw...... L P. ARTMAN
The Commodore then installed I .4r'MAYFLOWER ,
I I handling of the ivories and pedals]J JI West, who was in Miami for a'' WPA in Jacksonville, who was in .
the officers of the Institute. "No'I is most unusual and produces brief business visit, returned by I William R. Porter. president of: Havana for a vacation and return i The Citizen Officeor

better president could be found I'! beautiful results. plane this morning. the First National Bank, left yesterday ing spent a few days in Key West, ,
than Miriam: Baker Illingworth, t loo Ii." +iLi.4
The Theme Song concluded this I afternoon by plane for Miami -! left :yesterday on the Cuba for She.l
chairman the
of Fine Arts Department
most impressive and successful' en route to Jacksonville to Tampa.
J. P. Hedwall, superintendent I II
of the West Woman's a4.s dNk Residence 1309 Whitehead Street
Key -1
Melody Hour, and the Commodore meet and confer with U. S. Sen-
with the Van Interstate Company -
Club" the Commodore Noy "i'l .d 1 d..ld.
stated.I!received many warm congratulations -I I left on the Cuba yesterday I II ator Duncan U. Fletcher on mat- y I"'it ,1 s+ w-a
He that Johnson left AAtAGE
mentioned West Avery
Key I yesterday .
after the concert for his I ters concerning Key West.\ w
isl there will
looking upon Mrs. Illingworth I splendid musical leadership of the I for afternoon by plane for Miami and ......ee......e..e..e5..ee5S..................-
the musical leader of the city Jacksonville."I" from there will visit other pointsin FLAGLERtS
Melody Hour players. -
and that he wishes her the very I State Senator Arthur Gomez I the state.Franklin .-.s.a.rw7 .

best success as president of this returned yesterday from a visit t M......_ .I"I'I.I'I"'II.I""III"'''
important cultural institution. |''CUBA ARRIVES Richard A. Goffey, machinist of two days in Havana on a com -.-- .-.. {
President Illingworth replied mate of the United States CoastGuard bined business and pleasure visit.D. E. Albert, district .

that music has no bounds and no FROMHAVANA 1 I left on the Cuba yesterday I and supervisor Mrs. Nina of finance Ryder Johnson and reports, dis-, .GAUGE.wwW.RATES..St0D.Jw.dwd ]I Your

boundaries and it should be en-; for Tampa en route to Quincy, II. Hanes, representing one "Make Paper Pay
trict supervisor of intake and cer- (
couraged wherever it is found. Mass. I Ii of the large paint manufacturing WEST PALM BEACH
i tiieation who were in Miami yes-
She expressed the hope that the concerns, who was visiting in Key
STEAMER LEFT LAST NIGHTEN 1 terday tp confer with Conrad Van
whole community would stand Judge Jefferson B. Browne,, West for a short