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 3, 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).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358017
oclc - 02701762
notis - ABZ6317
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System ID: UF00048666:00391
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Associated Press DaT Wire Key West, norida, >hJ lh*

Service. Utb ., i{ "wt Citizen
For 65 Years Devoted to the tp country; with an average

Best Interests of Key West range of dnly 14" Fahrenheit



Various Politicians See F. D. R/s I Heavy Winds At Key West Hurricane Strikes Hardest Along Florida

Action As Ammunition For 'Kingfish' Cause But Little Damage Keys; Tavernier And Matecumbe In Center '

i I Key Westets today, while-sorrowing -And after all of this had been Of Blow
West Has Wind
Only Strong
Senator From Louisiana Reelection Issues Of Many ; for those less fortunate I accomplished and the citizens were ;
prepared to weather the storm, .
Made Reference To Activities dwellers on others of the Florida I srongeawind experienced here -- --I-, -

Congressmen May Be Clouded which swept by the' was a 45-mile gale which did Number
In Several Of Key were practically no damage except to Steamer Dixie With Over Three I Reported Injured

His SpeechesBy tropical. storm last sight are wires, telephone electric lightingand And Some Missing; In

thankful, that the elements left fire alarm systems, a few Hundred Strikes Reef
[LLOYD GEORGE In Many Instances s RecordsOf this! island practically undamaged.' trees and some shrubbery, the Passengers Section Around Tavwnier -

HERBERT PLUMMER i Solons Who Will I .latter damages practically negligible -
TURNS BACK ONLEAGUEJATIONS Early yesterday morning government ,
Ins ABMrlatr Tress) i it is said. _
I (Br Asseelalea Pre ) 1'.1.11.11114
WASHINGTON Sept. 3.- Run Next Year Are Very "" vessels nad other lar.eI I Early this morning workmen of JACKSONVILLE, Sept. 3. -- r
I I the telephone and electric lighting
Some of Huey Long's choicest Confusing craft were taken from their berths companies were locating the troubles -The weather bureau ad SYSTEM Though danger threatenedand

barbs on the floor of the senatein and this afternoon perfect OUT OF COMMISSION
the various docks and moored citizens
at service had been restored. The fire visory this morning locatedthe and ship owners

the congress. recently closed: fiOT SATISFIED WITH ACTIVITIES in the inner harbor in that havenof ;I alarm system is still out of order Until farther advised citi- had taken precautionto
center of the tropicalstorm every
1 ,
but made. ..
repairs are being of Key West
DESIRE' TO are requested -
were reserved for the five members ; EXPRESS (nip<< *r +JI._.. The Auoclat which less been used for
safety: There were a number of social in guard against damage
Pre_ Washiaa-tm) about 50 miles west'of the event of fire
of the house of representatives HAVE LEAGUE BODY RE* I However.eloar the issue may many years.Smaller affairs and entertainments post- to telephone their messages from, the hurricane
poned because of the threatening Everglades. City ""moving from Louisiana outside of his FASHIONEDBy become, in neat year's presidential boats cruisers launches weather. Only three of these, slowly northwestward. department Number 368 or raged over the Florida Keys,
political! camp.Recently -- units of the fishing and sponge however were public entertain- ; fiBmber 3 station 291.
: the five-Moater, co.t..a certain amount of fog fleets were taken to safe places ments. One was the parade of the: Northeast storm, warnings This is made necessary last night Key West was
CHARLES P. NUTTER. of them going through the menagerie and perlormers of the
I I glnesa is forecast for many of the I many because of the disrupted service fortunate in not
Sandlin Wilson Sander and By AimvclmtT* r're. | F. E. C. draw bridge and to safetyin Junior Psjtrol circus scheduled for remained up from West of the fire alarm system, being in the

Dear iitued statement LONDON Sept. 3.-David individual campaign of ...eD.tonaad the North Beach bight, and all 10:30 o'clock yesterday morning Palm Beach to Titu&ville which was damaged by the direct path of the hurricane '"'
a joint ,
safe. !and the other was the circus to be ...
Lloyd George last survivor of the representative running lot were high winds of last .i. .
from New Orleans in which they Places ol business and private presented in the evening. southeast warnings West center.It .
"Big Three" combination; that reelection. homes government building and I The other was the public show- "
pledged their; effort to rid the in fact 95 percent of the structures -,t ing of handicraft articles and Palm Beach to Miami north- 111111'1 was learned this morn-
forced the world' hope for a last These member must run on, the which are sewing work which has been accomplished -
in city pro-
I r ing at the weather bureau
state of the influence' of Long in west warnings Key West
the instructionof
shutters other under
ing instrument of peace in the their records, and in vided with storm or '
own many I'
the coming election Their action ia.1 improvised safety devices 1 the FERA teachers in Key hurricane warnings Ever- that the strongest winds

crucible of flashing. temper at stances the records are ... against the ravages of wind and West! TO ASSISTANCE I
irked the "KingfUh" considerably.On r water, had been put in condition These events were parts of the glades City to Punta Gorda, over the city were 45 miles

several occasions he made Versatile. 16 years ago has tamed as to party allegiance. Many of j; to withstand the attacks of the I Labor Day celebration later program date.I II and northeast Punta Gorda) :f an hour, while at Miami\ the
elements.By and will be at a
the neververyeherUhed
reference to the fact in speeches his back on Mr. Roosevelt' favorite proposalsfailed : to Carabelle. YESSjLASHORE registration showed a forceof

before the senate."I product of his joint parentage to connnand anything like!I I
42 miles. In between
come before the electorate i in i No extensive damage was
-the League of Nations. solid Democratic support in the: WAITING\ POST' TO -HOUSE EX-EMPRESS STEAMER WENT AGROUND
be these at Tavernier
Louisiana in four months, reported although much of cities ,
shouted. "1 challenge: the whole Adept from 45 year of fiery recent session but several of_ them DURING STORM LAST NIGHT
Lower Matecumbe and Isla-
dadgummed kit and barrel of the British politic at picking a wide Sid attract apprecibale blocks of PENDING REVIVAL OF AUSTRIAN THRONE the sparsely inhabited territory ON FRENCH RtEF NEAR

of clubs with which to belabor morada the winds were
Democratic party to come down variety over which the center CARYSFORT LIGHT
and beat me. his enemies, the silver- Republican votes.

Makes Prediction hatchedVtUhman, now engaged Those who changed over, in ''I LOUIS P. LOCHN The bedroom occupied by Karl passed still isolated. j

"And I want to tell you" he in an attempted comeback to his either direction, must make their REICHENAU Austria Sept. 3.I nad Zita for instance commands) The S. S. Dixie which The Wrecking" Tug Warbler storm center r, passed

would,.add,.."jfou'11 not_ aee, the wartime glory, has chosen the own campaigns in their own, way.I I-When to Austria ex-Empress from Belgian Zita exile returns late a higher price many than- sentimental any. other rammed into jCarysfort .reef _left this afternoon 33W: ifcffif&: Bier,the-kell'l'- -ier;

faces of these members of the league's disarmament and peace That means that in some congres-;I this fall she, in all likelihood, will room because with :go to assist the Steamship Dixie, Matecumbe. This at'ternao.tof '
house here in the next congress."I failure as an instrument to embarrass sional districts the Democratic!,occupy what is now % boarding Austrian Is wiUin:= to pay toe the, in the storm last'night of the Southern Pacific S. S. Lines 1

Unconsciously perhaps the i the present..ational conservative congressman will be found standing !!house. i privilege of sleeping in royal beds., 369 persons aboard, wad still ashore on French Reef. J 3 o'clock the disturbance
Villa Wartholz, in the watering' In the big living room the I Radio received at naval
government. messages about 50 miles
before is-
White House just congress I with the President on some craft was reported
of the place of Reichenau, was the favorite many antlers of deer shot by the 1 aground rescue station communication headquarters -,
was adjourned placed in the hands Speaking sues and against him on others,
summer residence of Em- last astro-Hungarian monarch announced the vessel's!west! of Everglades City and
either speed
of the "kingfish" what ; league as a sword, he fays the 'and the will be true of Karl, standing by or I '
may prove
same many peror Karl and it was here that have been left exactly as going on the reef during the storm
to be a powerful weapon in make conservatives "have blunted and i Republicans.It Otto, claimant of the Austrian had them placed In other rooms'ing to its aid.Disrupted. | last night. I i moving slowly northwest-

ing good this threat.Representatives notched and cracked until it is almost -I makes a rather scrambled throne was born Nov. 20, 1912. sMonks >> are costly paintings furniture and oomjnunicatioris The first message was to the; ward.

Wilson, one of worthless." ,outlook for the central congressional Named Estate photographs of the imperial' effect that the ship was aground;I
Zita her children, family. at Carysfort Reef. A later message : While no direct eowraumcatinn!
told labor
the five who have decreed Long "Unfortunately he a younger prevented word as to how I
campaign committees of the There is fine view from the received by Lieutenant between Kjfcy, West and
"there is i it is generally taken for granted, a was : Ii. possible
chairman of the house here recently I I
must go as group I two parties. will live at Villa Wart oIt pending spacious front veranda of the Rax,some 675 war veterans en- Wm. Klaus, U. S. N.. in charge of, Miami\ all tele.tramilteing relayed

flood after control long committee effect in succeeded getting- only one thing to do, and that is Fodder For 1936 1 1I developments in the plans to mountains. Below in soft rolling gaged roadway construction communications, saying that the, by cable to and from Punta Bas a
it brick in the furnace and recast I the estate extends on French Reef. I
last flood put [restore the monarchy. She sojourned grass terraces, ship was on I via Tampa, a number of radio'
the I
control through congress of vital interestto a it. The conservatives have It is apparent that the Demo; j here last on October 22, down to the valley. at the Matecumbe The S. S. Reaper, a tanker, was I broadcasts have Wen beard relative
Louisiana.; measure I completely destroyed its power." crate made some approach to solidarity -: 1918 shortly before the Austro- War Councils On Lawns reported standing by and other to damage on the keys

It provided for reimbursement) Contending that the league is on the social security bill!Hungarian empire collapsed. Many\ important conferences of. keys fared. ships' were hastening: to the assistance It was reported from several

to the amount o-i several million "in ditchh-put there by con the Wagner labor relations bill I| Wartholz; derives its name from the world war took place on theses of the stranded vessel sources, that two can with vet
that terraces. Karl had t the habit of,, DROWNS IN POND which has almost 400 persons, passenger -
and the the fact outsit; the premises, erans from the keys were 12.s
dollars losses sustained by the AAA amendments
property servatives-Lloyd George who satin on the crossroad to the Semmer- pacing up and down them when, ; and crew, on board. rooned between Mateciuubc ai
owners who surrendered] lands; ; at the Hall of Mirrors when the big works relief appropriation. ing mountains on the one hand he had affairs of importance to : WINWIELD. Kas.-Mrs. Sueba'' About 20 additional men were" Miami. The men were to

that river levees might be on straightened.the Mississippi league was moulded blames his The first three of these however -I[and Bad Edlach, a summer resort -I discuss with guests. j push, 71, drowned herself in four employed today by officers of the taken to Hollywood. Fla.. '

President Roosevelt vetoed the enemies for'his present impotence." would seem to be removed .i on the other there is a post Behind the castle a swimmingpool niches of water in a pond near' I Warbler to ge on the ship as 1 damage to the tracks prey >
before "Look at the league today he I from political dispute in many with a votive shrine and a cross, is hidden among the trees )this city.; : wreckers. them being taken to their ti

measure adjourned.:, two days congress challenges shaking his famed 1 congressional, districts because the I I en top. known as the "Wartholz" and a little farther on one findsa .- _----.:.:.-...,..--- .--. nation it was said.
Welch mane like an angry bull I I i (which means "Waiting Wood"). children's play house. One bnxfcast, received ..h
Stump Talk preparing for the charge "flouted Republkana.also} voted pre- Rax Thereby hangs a tale! With the YOUTH I
I This whole region in the : FILIPINO PICKETS MANILA after 11 o'clock which was
From a pohitical standpoint, the by everybody, Japan .Boliri4and I r p{fndtttbOfavor| { ;; of them. '(mountains once belonged to Neu- Hapsburgs it was a eastern than port of a Mr. Cheat in chit!

veto ii important because it plays I Paraguay Germany and nWItaly. The figures on the Guffey bill terg monastery in Styria and from every member of the family veterans. in the camps, was >.-
right into Long's hands ai far I I ." j arrf5fliyul as these congressmen arc con- Reserves Campaign, Phi, I /J"jlVI IJ fsibfe \ here for an insoection. The local I brother. Archduke Maximilian at Taveri. A number of per *t
cerned. At least that is what they Lloyd George has not yet informed 10 arrive at definite conclusions clergy then weld await him at chose carpentry and, to convince were reported injcred, some wert'
say privately. Here is what they the British electorate' from the bonus roll call, the "Waiting Wood" or post. their parents that they knew their < Associate1 Presa) reported miaang and mitex of
fear: what he would do to revitalize it," since both parties strongly supported Landlady Profit By: Legend ,trade built this play house. By EDWARD E. GOMAR support to Manuel Quezon for the I track. Florida .East Coast Railway
When Long opens h s campaign but this is expected when he the bonus (against the desires Karl was so fond of this Hapsburg Ominously enough they named MANILA SpU 3-Salaries of presidency. Many members of an right-of-way presumably were
for reelection and their defeat, he opens his speaking campaign for of the President) and the estate that although the imperial 'it "Pechthurm Haus," an inscription older and similar organization I washed! oat.
will make much of this vet on the the elections which he hopes wiJJ! whole battle is to be fought over / family during its exile often. which still adorns the minia- Philippine government official "Young Philippines,," rallied under At the train despatcher's. office
stump. He'll call the voters attention sweep him again to the summit of again in January. was in dire straits, Zita never ture structure. Tech" means bad;I are too high "Filipino I of the railway at this end it was
to the fact that : power where he wants to try out,I That leaves three issues on I could bring herself to sell it. Instead -I!luck Thnrm" (or "Turin," as it say the banner of General Emilio said that no communication between -
tive Wilson, for lepresenta-I I radically different attacks on the' which a rather widespread battleis she rented it la a boarding :is modernly spelled) means tower.':I I[Youth,** so this political .rgauliiation Aguinaldo. Miami And Key Went had
man of an important present unemployment and depression indicated in the congressional house keeper who makes much of I I The name recalls that Karl died'i students and Bishop; Eschew. Salary been eetsblished since last night
I I of
author of the measure; problems of Britain. wars of 1936. the fact that tiis is a Hapsburg a pauper, in exile on the Island: .college ,I Government salaries became an over the railway service line

of the President, 'wsa unable to The tomb has claimed the other One is the works relief program -I possession. I I.f"Madeira. I I others, is trying to arouse public I issue early in th. The Train 76 which was delayed
get White House approval of a joint authors of the League President favored by Democrats almost -I canvass. i; from its leaving hoar, 6:40 o'clock.
proposition important to Louisiana Woodrow Wilson world' 25 to 1, and opposed by Re- sentiment by picketing. way the question has spread is[ yesterday afternoon until 4:30

That, Huey will say, is proof idealist and the "Tiger of publicans about 2 to 1. A second! ADVISORYADVISORY I; Jose of 'I'taken as possibly presaging some!o'clock this morning left at that
CUBA Pat general manager
'" of Wilson's influence in Washing France" Georges Clemenceau,t is the wealth taxes supported by economy action after the 10-year:: time for :Marathon and continued
10 to 1 and opposedby the Manila I' toward Miami, but to the
\ in Democrats government-owned on up
ton.Then wearied by war but unbending 9:30 A. M-Thetropictjjl autonomous regime is estab
hell turn around they de- Republicans 3 to 1. A thirdis ) 221 PASSENGERS time of going to press it WM not
his aim so to fortify his France : disturbance is central Railroad, gets 24,000 pesos or lished.
clare, and point out that this isevidence the utilities holding company learned, authentically, whether the
that Germany would not again about 50 miles west of EvergladesCity I
of how President Roosevelt trouble her. "death sentence"-the issue on moving northwestward. It' I ISte'mship 112,000 a year while daily wages Bishop Gregorio Agitpay, head 'train had arrived at Miami. Other
and the "new dealers" double- which the Democrats split widest Independent than railroad lepo-ts said it h4
of the Philippine
of laborers recently wen
Lloyd George himself, fresh will cause shifting gales along the Cta of the P. and some
cross their friends-a favorite from the power that saw him and on which the Republicans southwest Florida coast and winds'I0. cut from 40 to 30 cents, proclaimed Catholic Church said in announcing -. not.
theme of his. showed greatest solidarity. S" S. company sailed Saturdayfor Just the extent of the (tfttaafre
bring desperate Britain through toa near hurricane force a? far northas "sandwich board" his candidacy for the presidency -
class a car- I the not learned
keys bit
first on
One For Himself Henna with 218
victorious was, like most Every Punta Gorda- Hurricane warnings '
peace I ried in the down town section bODe that the 15,000 stipend of Dr. William B. Keating of the
ANNOUNCEDEATHOF I Englishmen of that day, impatient When you come down to the continue displayed from passengers three second class, I'
consideration! veterans' who al
wa Key
at all the talk of an idealistic -(records of individuals the case Everglades City to Pants Gorda. eight tons of freight, nine automobiles picket. the office was na West camps to leave this afternoonon.

MILORD, family of nation, and is even more confusing. and 434 sacks of maiLNEWARRIYALAT Political Picketing Is New He said he would "serve for noth- a Florida was East Coast engine
FIDEL :[i anxious, like Clemenceau to get There will be only a small num- .- "And, for 'reasons of economy,* ing. I with medical supplies for Marathon

", on with the business in hand- ber of senators and representatives MORNINGSTAR lesser employees of the company A Manila newspaper which is and any point further north
hang the Kaiser handcuff Germany who can go before the elec. \ supporting Quezon recently pub I'' be reached.
had to be discharged the board which can
News was received here Saturday -t I and divide the spoils. torate on a platform of complete I lished a table showing that Philippine ( __ :
from Tampa announcing the History records the queer support for all of the President! added. It also pointed out that salaries are much higher than N071CEDoe ..
death of Fidel Milord, 47, a for-I march of world affairs that later policies and only a small number CANOVAS'HOMEMr. the road had a 1934 loss of $550-' comparable payments in Japan. It t I -
mer Key Wester. saw the League repudiated by the who can claim to have stood completely A new novel by Marian Sims 000.The i listed Frank Murphy governor, to the fact that tile city
I '
Mr. Milord\ is survived!' by two I country whose President had against him. I picketing procedure new general,. as receiving $18,000 a. fire alarm system. Is oat of order -
brothers. Domingo J. Milord. sponsored it. while England and I So in these local elections it Follow daily inIN and Mrs. Ted Canova announce to Filipino politics was adopted. :year as compared with $2,880 for I I it is necessary to send }in all
Cuban Consul at Savannah, Ga-, France, at first wholly cold to the I will have to be pretty much everyman the birth of am8 1-2 in the campaign leading to the Premier Okada and Quezon, as 1 alarms by calling phone MS. Public }- i
and Benjamin Milord of Tampa;I idea and barely tolerant of its!!; for himself That will not election on September 17 when ( president of the insular senate[ will be notified when system Is
three sisters Maria. Domitila and formation became its staunchest!, make the job of the presidential I CITIZEN pound girl Sunday, Sept. 1. I the first president of the Dew com- getting $6,000 to the $%.250 paid;again in order. 4

Emilia all formerly of this city,,I, and almost sole important cham-, nominees or their managers .any THE The little one ha been given monwealth is to be chosen. the president df Japan's house of KEY WEST FIRE DEP.utTaept.alf.

but now residing in Tampa. 1 pions. easier. I.eeoo.e..e..ee..a.e the name of Eleanor Jean "Filipino Youth" pledged its representatives "




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lEht Hep mtst Cttfren KEY WEST IN THE \WEATHER .1 Today'sAnniversaries Today's Birthdays

Published Daily Except Sunday :rr Hundreds of students in Key West v Sattingd-

THE CITHKM L. P. ARTMAN.ITHI.IKtil'NU PrcsMeat CO. IfC.I will be going back to school within the DAYS GONE BY ........................ e.ee.eeeeee.eeeeeeeeeeeeEdward

JOE: ALLK\ AubU.t BoU_. ManamW Happening Her J.at 10 Year .... A. Filene of Boston I
: .e..ee..e.. ......
_ Temperatures
BuildingCorner few and it is
From Tt fitlsen next weeks, interesting to Ago Today As Taken From loted merchant and civic leader,!

Greene and Ann Street speculate upon the benefits to be derived The File Of The Citizen Highest __ ____ ...----._._......_.....88 1793--John Shudder, called the recently ill ;in Russia, born at 15ii0UW
Only: Dally Newspaper in Key: West and Monroe, Lowest ........ m___ _________.__..____....77 first American medical missionary Salem, Mas&, 75 years ago.
County. matterFIFTY5nTH from their studies. That the acquisition of Mean __.-_..____..-_ ___...-_-82 to India nine of whose child I
.+ Eater.- at Key \Veaf.. Florid, as second class_ an education equips an individual for I' Captain Walter, Wallace, of the Normal Mean __ .._.*..._._. ._83 en and innumerable grandchildren Frank IfcMajamy, member of
: service is not denied but that ram running schooner Fannie E. followed his *v.t-k there, born
He.+brr .f the Aa.... greater I aaiDf.U.Yesterday's the Interstate Commerce Commission -
entitled to u. Prescott wa given a preliminary it Freehold. N. J. Died Jan. 13. ,
Associated Press l exclnslTely: born at Fallen Timber, Pa65 ,
will make better citizen 1.09 .
C for repubUcatton of all news dl patctt credited tot education, in itself a I bearing before United States Com precipitation In* 1855. -
It or not otherwise credited In this paper and also is to question.The 'missiontr C. Rodney Gurynn Normal Precipitation .__. .231ns. years ago.Lawrence ,
1 t _the local Haws publlahed here.'NATIONAL open f Tkl_ record ewers S.-.... period i
!i EDITORIALASSOCIATION) curriculums of the schools are re.. I der terday bond,afternoon of $2,000.and placed His res-I'I *."-* .t h ."pl_'". hU m.rmtmf.Tomorrow's 1795-Francois N. Blanchot, Wood Robert. Jr., of| Y
Almanac CathoLc: missionary first archbishop
.... ceiving greater attention every year, Walter I Atlanta Ga., asiust nt secretary
f\\I" JI I Lyngard engineer Sun rises ......_..._._... 6:09 a. m. of Oregon, born in Quebec. of the treasury. Washington, bornat j
r. tT/yl.e.n.dt t._1935 whether the school be a local graded affair I Wallace Walter, first mate were 1 i| Sun sets ____..__.___. 6:43 p. m. Died at Portland Oreg., June 18, llonUeeUo, Ca., 48 years ago.
. sSHSCRIPTION: or a university. Many thoughtful pea placed each under bond of $1.- Moon rises ._.___...11:41 a. m. 1883.1811Job'P. I i

.; One Fix Months Tear ...-..==:::::::::::-:-:::: _::::::=::::::::==$l..oa 5.ao: pIe have come to the conclusion that most the 000.crew The, remaining seven negroes members were of I Moon sets ..._......____10:34 p. m.Tomorrow' Arthur Stimcon Draper, resigned -! A CENTIPEDE 6ET
fete I I no, Noyes,
Tides '
Cms Tare Months. _._..'-' --...r.- -. .r5 of our schools do not pay enoughattentionto placed under bond of $1,000 founder of the Profectionist sect I editor of the Literary Digest A PENNY FOR ITS THOU6HTS i\
'k'fn .20ADVERTISING I each. Theschooner was captured A.M. P.M. New York City, born in Brooklyn.
RATES the life that the student will have to live last week by coast cutter High ...____.__.......12:38 1:55 and of the communistic OneidaCommunity I N. Y., 63 years ago.
a guard Ohio, of the United
Made known on application. when he gets out of school.In :and was found to have Low .......__.......... 7:44 6:54:) Now York, one of the! Dayton. bishop -
as cargo Brethren in Christ, bom in
All rtfadlae notices SPECIAL cards NOTICE of thanks, resolutions of the community where many chiU '250 barrels of beer and liquor. Barometer 8 a. m. today: most its successful kind: bo.-n social at experimentsof Dr. Charles F. Wishart, presi- Franklin Co. Pa., 67 yeses seo.
respect,, obituary: notices, etc. will be charged for at Sea level, 29.53.WEATMEK dent of the College of Wooster.
dren will be unable to to college it behooves l Vt. Died. Falls, Can.,
tae rate of 1 cents a lineNotices go tl: Niagara Ohio born at Ontario Ohio, &5 Dr. William C. White of the National
churches from which Willard this
for entertainments by the local authorities to provide, as Albury was dayappoinud FORECAST J April 13, 1886. .
a rercno Is to be derived are 5 cents a line. office of years ago.Bishop Institute of Health, Wash-
The Citizen .is...an. open forum and invites discussion far as possible, for the future welfare of as manager --- -- I nigton. D. C- born at. Woodstock,
of public .eaael subjects of local or general the Ladd Realty Company. He I', I III 1820 Hearst ,
(Till 8 m.. Wednesday -Gaorze California Arthur R. Clippings of Ont 61
Interest but it will not publish anonymous communications. the scholar by equipping the boys and .connected with this going years ago.
Key West and Vicinity: Rain pioneer prospector min -owne' -
girls for the actual duties of life. This concern for several months in the I II this afternoon rind tonight; Wed- I % 'senator, father of the publish- -

i them towards making liv capacity of salesman and during ,'r. Lorn ia Ft tnk'iu Co., Mo. Died
helping a -
; IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST means that time the company made a Feb. 28, 1891. j
ing. number of important sales. Mr.' I// i I I'I STEAMSHIP Co.
We are naturally proud of our schools, Albury is Club president member of of the the city'Exchange -' 1 A --fl I 1827-John Drew actor fatherof I 0 UNITED STATES FAST

and the current thought of the educational 1 a noted family of actors born MAIL ROUTES FOR
council and member of the firm 'I PbiladJtrhia
/ i in Ireland. Died in ,
1. Water and Sewerage.
world that views curriculums with alarm is of Albury and Sawyer. j I / I \\1: May 21, 1862. PORT TAMPA-HAVANA-WEST INDIES

?. Bridges to complete Road to Main not aimed so much at the efficiency of the I -F. I Effective' March IStk, 1935
1 Leave Key West for'Havana Wednesdays! and Saturdays,
of The Citizenis
In today's issue
land. present school, carrying out present educational j LWi :I 1827-John E. \f. Keely, Phil:, 12 i0 P. M.Leave .

S. Free Port. ideals, as it is as the ideals them to Frank be found Roberts the announcementof candi-! tt a Iclphia itr.posler, claimant of anew : Havana for Key West Thursdays and Mondays, I
O. as a awy,4t4Showers power for motors born iaPhiladelphia. Leave Key West for Port Tampa Thursdays and Mon
4. Hotels and Apartments. selves. The question is whether these are date for the position of city' .9 Southerly Winds I:I Died there, Nov. 18,I i days, 6:30 P, M.

the correct aims of schools. And, there is councilman from the Fourth, I 1898. I. Tickets Reservation and Information at Ticket Office on t*.
5. Bathing Pavilion. Ward. MV. Roberts chief of I
a considerable body of opinion that holds nesday showers; southwest gales ( Dock. 'Phono 71
6. land and Sea. police of Tampa for two years.Thia .
Airports- diminishing this afternono and tonight '
broader training 1849-Sara' Orne Jewett, popular : J. H. COST .R, AC..t.
there is a necessity for a is his first entry into politicsin
fr 7. Consolidation of County and City and becoming southerly novelist of her dsy, born atSeuth
Governments.SIDELIGHTS. than is now the rule.LAWYERS Key West and his friends have Florida: Rain in south and showers Berwk-V: Maine. Died there,' -....---
assured him a substantial vote. in north portion' this after- June 24, 1909.
noon and tonight; ; Wednesday rI
EYE NEW DEAL One of the most beautiful showers I I
home Five letters and half a dozen
weddings of the season was : Jacksonville _to Florida Straits: -
1 postcards posted several Your Account
: years ago Checking
has adjourned to sum mated last night when Miss, Fresh to strong east' or southeast'winds I
Now that Congress I were found recently in a_ hole in
Edna Perez became the bride of i diminishing over south and I
: give the country four months' respite until Wesley George Skib&ted, of' central portions late this! afternoon 11 the wall of the Moncks Corner. S.r A Permanent Record
postoffice: and started to their
it reassembles next January, national interest Greenwich, Connecticut. The cere- and tonight and overcast I destinations.since -
By MARCY B. DARNALL, the homeof weather and. i
is centered largely on what fate mony was solemnized at showery tonight I
and Wednesday.East With tke Federal and State taxes, now
Mrs. Ohborn Nottage waa many new
Former Editor of The West CitizenA
Key much New Deal legislation will meet at performed (,y Rev. L. Munro, of Gulf Shifting gales and yesterday morning over more than, ever, it is important that you keep a permanent -
the hands of the United States Supreme the First Methodist church.Dr. winds of hurricane force near center southern Florida. Miami 2.92 inches record of yo r every transaction.Yovr .
Masonic elip-sheet gives the infor- of tropic! disturbance iimin and Key West 1.09 inches.
Court. For a test of numerous laws enacted I G. S. KENNEDY checking account with keep books
es can
mation that the late Will Rogers becamea Eugene C. Lowe, city health isbing over extreme south portionthis your
at the demand of the President is afternoon and tonight andover Officer in Charge. for you. Your deposits and checks are a reliable and acceptable
Mason in 1906 in Claremore Lodge No. officer informs the public today,
certain to be made before that body during in notice appearing in this. issue I' central portion Wednesday : record of your income and outgo, your sales and

53, Claremore, Okla.; received the 32d degree ,I the next few months. of The Citizen, that the law relative -, and overcast showery weather I If i., KEY WESTCOLONIAL I czpente, fully worth the mall charge made for the serv
at McAlester in 1908, and became I with severe squalls in vicinity oftropical ice. Then, of course if your balance is sufficient thereare
to screening ]f I
Frankly hostile to much of this legislation proper ofl I HOTEL
Shriner in Akdar Temple of Tusla in places where fruit is sold is to be]I disturbance. I. j no charges.A .
the American Liberty League, composed f I.I
enforced. All fruit standsand !
1914. rigidly I In the Center of the Business i monthly statement is rendered you which you should
of.both Democrats and Republicans, other places where fruit is for I WEATHER CONDITIONSThe : and Theater District keep. If it should be lost, our files on your account are

.. is having a study of these laws made by a sale must be properly screenedfor I always open to you. ",
the prevention of flies coming' tropical disturbance of full II.1 j
James Haley Jr. of Joliet 111. took i i First Clan-Fireproof
committee of 5.6 outstanding lawyers, who in contact with the fruit. The': hurricane intensity, crossed the See u* for complete Leaking service.

four friends for a pleasure ride in an will give their views as to their con measure is taken with the idea of Floirda Keys probably 5a the SentiMo Rates

ambulance. All wound up in a hospital, stitutionality. preventing contamination of food-I vciinity of Lower Matecumbe\ late1yesterday I I COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEI The First National Bank of Key WestMember
stuffs by flies and all retail and afternoon, moving,
: -mOt ambulance riders do, when their Among the 56 are John W. Davis, t.
wholesale dealers are instructed northwestward, and was Gar Elevator
ap"rf'nt-j. .
vehicle hit an automobile and rolled downa Democratic nominee for President in 1924; to abide strictly by the provisionsof ly central this morning I a Popular Prices I of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
I -
25-foot embankment. James M. Beck, former Republican Con- the ordinance.A Key West and Fort Myers. It was, I .
attended by shifting gales over a I
and l for four .
gressman years ; of ---- -- -- ---- ------ --- --- -
solicitOJ-gen-j play entitled "The Garden of considerable area and wind'
Miss Zena Brown of Binghamton, N. eral of the United States; Flower Nymphs' wilt be given 'hurricane force near 'the center.: ;"II'III. :-

Y., paid a severe penalty for sporting former Democratic governor of Massachusetts ] this evening in the auditorium of''The highest wiiwi velocity at Key i' ......................................................................

pretty rad painted toenails. While swim ; David A. Reed, former Republican -; the Harris School on Southard I the West west-northwest was 45 miles and ait hour the lowest hotel i iI i
street for benefit of the First',
ming a big fish or other water creature bit I Senator, and others of high prominencein I Methodist church. The Pythian pressure was 20.41 inches, and Miami '

off her right toe, evidently having been ; the legal profession.This Sisters are to take part in the I reports a maximum wind velocity '
m'lts: from the soutOI -
lured by the flashy "bait. committee of lawyers will divide performance and a number ofl I east.of Heavy 42 rains have occurred, FREE! !
specialities are to be introduced
themselves into subcommittees, each pre- 5
between the
acts. I' FREE.1
sumably to study a particular law, or cer- honor of Dr. and Mrs. Manuel I'
Sidney Magnon\ of New Orleans bet Renedo.
tain provisions of it, and the opinions Alfredo Zayas, former president
Walter Massarini that he could
$25 stay reached by them are to be published, prob- of Cuba, and Mrs Zayas, Editorial comment: There are 1

under water for 25 minutes-and won. ably monthly. These opinions, of course, who passed through the city sew many men who must envy Mus- Imported .
The $25 was paid to his widow by the eral weeks ago while in route to tapba KemaL). who divorced his
will have no official significance, but they Canada are expected to arrive in
wife by his own decree.
loser. Magnon also left four children.
will doubtles. be used as bases for attacksto Key West on the return trip about

-- be made oh:the constitutionality of sev- September 20. :Mrs. Sayas has a Announcement is made of the 53-PIECE DINNER SET Sf
number of friends in the city and
birth of a son to 3Ir. and lira. .
Records recently filed at Drummonds- to be examined. f i
eral of the measures will arrange to remain here for Ed. M. Hancock, In Miami, Aug- ,
vilfe Canada appear to show a longevity one day to meet them. ust 31. The youngster weighted :

record for sevenbrothers and five sisters, ENGLAND PREPARES 11 pounds. Mrs. Hancock was be- Worth i
( $19.79))
"hose ages are, respectively, 78, 76, 73, I The Citizen acknowledges an I fore marriage. Miss Marion In- i ii
invitation to attend the reception graham, daughter of Mr. and
f42 i 70, 68, 67, 65, 64, 61, 50, and 56. The British, looking ahead, prepare to and dance to be given by the So-I Mrs. Henry Ingraham of Key 5'' 1 Set will be given this =

defend the Suez Canal, and their naval ciedad Cuba on September 4, in West.IA i away i

Albert Carter has worked for Bill supremacy in the Mediterranean Sea. Soldiers .- week to one of our :'s

Dearmore owner of a lunch stand in Van are being sent to Malta\ the island

Alstyne, Tex., nine years without a fixed base, and to ports nearby the Canal. The i LOST RUNAWAY \ customers : 0

salary. When he began, Dearmore told fleet in the Mediterranean is being greatly I
13R.IDEt' 5 5k'c
)aim to take out of the cash register each strengthened so that it will be more power- ................. :

night what he thought he had earned dun ful than what Italy may have at its disposal .
ing the day, and evidently Carter has never for attack. .. }od / Prices Slashed On

exceeded a reasonable limit, as the arrangement The British feel that Mussolini is going

still stands. what the
wild. They do not know '

i future has in store for them, but they are MASONITE PRESTWOOD .
c ? ,
Charlotte Perkins Gilman, noted author quietly preparing to take care of their vast ;0

and lecturer once wrote: "No grief, 'I colonial interests and safeguard their trade -
This material is Ideal for .
no_pain, misfortune or broken heart is excuse lines. If the League of Nations decides to : i

for cutting off one's life while any apply pressure on the Italians, in the form :
power of service remains She recently of sanctions, as the British favor, the Eng = STORM SHUTTERSCarey's i

committed suicide at the age of 75. lish will be ready with their fleet to see to c.

it that no surprise attack imperils their in I rr ................. :!\

Collecting postmarks is an interesting / :

hobby of F. G. Richardson Watertown, terests.The Italian Dictator is talking plainly. Roofing $1.40 roll and
You couldn't call this an auspicious start fora per up
Alasa., Among his collection are envelopes Mussolini says any action by the League :0

p -.tmarked at Ace, Tex.; King N. U.; will be'opposed with military force. He marriage. It's one of the surprises in 0 :

Queen, Pa.; Jack, Ala.; and Joker, Va. Ifn'e counts on a divided League-he would not

-; thinks this a joke, let him consult speak in this way if he believed France, MORNING STAR

-'1 the Postal Guide. Britain, and other countries, were united I entertaining by Marian Sims South Florida Contracting & Engineering Co.

and ready to meet the issue. Unfortunate-1 an new story

\ t Sirs. Henry F. Deldell of Chicago has J ly only the British seem to be inclined to i STARTING TOMORROWin [ Phone 598 White and Eliza Street

finally gotten out of patience and has accept full responsibilities, and only then .

asked for a divorce. She says her husband I if the others unite with her. On the other' m --- "Your home is worthy of the best"I1OIOeiI

went out to get beer and pretzels 10 years i hand, if Italy traspasses upon British

ago and hasn't come back, so she suspectshe i rights, the British will act, even alone, and THE CITIZEN.e..ee.o..e..ee..00e0..e..e.e .................................................................a..

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47ACCIDENT get there as quickly a* possible. It Chapter 48 At the Albery offices It was understood sertion but the minimum for the I
that Mrs. Moore had cone;
was very argent""You
I first insertion in
I on her summer holiday. Laurie was every is
did not tell anybody that you I I
REX MOORE came Into the little were going to Paris. My people here /-\XLY on one point did Laurie keeping on her rooms for Gladys togo CARDS INCREASE eeeaeee..e.e.eeeee.e.e BEACON BOYS I> 2Se.I .

salon. In bis'grey ejes was a thought you were at home." t stand up firmly to Marie Al- back to. Albery had told !her to. FOLLOWING\ I I Payment for classified advertisements .
"I wired to Mr. Mfrom so that nobody should suspect the
Clint of satisfaction. bery.It I !! is invariably m advance
Paris. He had asked us to dine with j. truth. LEAD BY DOUBLE DEFEAT ARMYHERESUNDAY
He ordered food and a bottle of him." was about Gladys. Albery had come back to London) THROUGHBy but regular advertisers with ledger

champagne. With the quick response "That's how I found out you were "1 cannot be separated .:rom my yesterday, and was meeting her at I accounts may have their advertise -

of the French to all culinary emer- In Paris. Mortimer told me. Laurie. I sister until the time when. the supposed the station. WINDER BUCS ments charAdvertisers )-

genies it was soon brought Hot you're not telling me the truth. divorce will be made public She drove away from her little ( JOVE) i eaMiM their

soap and cold cJllcken.Glad's That's not only unkind but unwise. 1 she said. "Gladys will have to be home with despair In her heart. eeeeeeeeaeeeeeeeeeeeeI give f
"I am telling you the truth." She told the troth so that she can coma Albery was In the station court I street address as well as their telephone j
of wise and almost Immediately felt a furious resentment againsthim. and be with me. She is not strong. yard. He hurried to her and claspedher predicted a couple of weeks number if they desire re-

afterwards felt asleep OB the coven. It was a foretaste of what was 1 I don't want her to work for a little hand his eyes devouring her BILL WITH CINCINNATI Ego that the Hollywood Stars FROM ADMINISTRATION IN i

Rex Moore and to come.: She had sold herself to this while. She would break down. I face that looked rarely beautiful would win the state diamondball. sults.With
Laurie said
very ,
little."I man with the unreadable Oriental should be worrying aboat her all the today In its pallor and fragility with REDS; 'TIGERS TAKE TWO championship and Sunday they defeated SECOND CAME OF DIA I each classified advertisement -

that sound face and always the whip. in his I time." the blue eyes dark and haunted. a Winter Haven for the title,I- The Citizen will give bM an
gave young cur a FROM
hand. She could not call her soul In them not of this earth. The SOX : Autostrop Razor Oatfft. Ask for
thrashing,* he said. "I don't think "It Is surely foolish to force her light and the Hollywood hurler did not
hell forget if her own. She was a slave. "Are yon to give up her work," Albery retorted face cf a woman who was offering allow a hit OF ran. Our own boy I 1 I t it.

How did you com to meet going to get together with Moore I with a certain amount of herself as a sacrifice. And! Albery's Mickey Ubieta was one of the
Glad?" she asked. every time my back is turned"' be reason. face that of a man who was gloating (!'prrt.l t. Tie ('IU....) heroes of the game. His fielding,I I (By JOVE) FOR RENT

asked In that silky voice that over a victim with Insanity In his NEW YORK, Sept 3.-The1 St. Sunday morning at the Army il
"I followed ,ou. Laurie As soon "I'm not thinking of doing that. batting and running was a feature ONE LARGE AND ONE SMALL

as the car tamed the corner.: I got stabbed :like a stiletto "Do you.want r I'm too fond of work myself. And brain. Louis Cardinals increased their in every game the Stars played.I i Barracks two very good games of apartment,. furnished, conveniences -
to caO our bargain offs I As they went Into the station. :
out. I couldn't Jet you go off like Glad will be a great dancer some The Hollywood ten is now headed ,I diamondball were played by the and po..--ncs. Apply 523:
"No-nor she said. What headline.
that alone. 1 saw you go Into this was day. I want her to have a chance. I Laurie saw a newspaper lead over the idle New York for Atlanta to compete for the j: Social League. I I I Southard street aug31
there behind hta eyes that gave his I The black letters danced before 'I
hoteL They told me at the office that want her to go to the best teacherIn southern title and. if they win for I. In the opening contest C.
words each a sinister meaning? On her ,
you had railed on Mr. Dallas I- the world. I want her to go on eyes Giants in the National League, :iStickney and Ortega staged a RENT-Xod.
the world's title at Chicago 111. BUNGALOW FOR
the face of It. be was In the right. "REX MOORE MISSING. ,
veil. I guessed something was up. She had given him her word and working and' learning until she Is REPORTED DEAD. pennant race when they won a Good lack. Mickey, and the rest I pitching duel, Stickney allowedbut ern conveniences and garages.
So I walked up and down outside ready. But ; her have while the Beacon
want to rest hits.
a two
broken it.And she could not explain. Albery saw the paper at the same of the club. Play hard! I Apply VaWea Baker).
and child.then came across this poor She felt actually that she would 'first She Is really ill. And she Is time as Laurie. donbleheader from the subdued I boys touched Ortega for four. aogg-lmo
all I have In the world."
The first batter of the
rather die than But
explain. their The girl stared at him unseeingly
Thank there Pittsburgh Pirates. The Cards
God.you were she another Toa surely don't want us to take I see in the papers whereVero I v.-as' A. Demeritt and he scored
said aloud. bargain-that was matter. and turned to go out of the station I FOR RENT-Completely fur-
That meant Rex Moore's career, her on our honeymoon LaurfeT" AIl again. captured the opening game after Beach, Hollrvood Ft. Lauderdale :, the only run of the contest by I nished bungalow with garage
And then In an Immense revulsion
of feeling, she spoke soundlessly which was his life. >ery asked, with hIs' disturbing "Rex-missing!" she said "Hex struggling 16-inuings.; In the and other cities on the east coast j, an error.P. II and alt medcrn convenience,
i smile.t are planning an amateur boxing Demeritt and
reported dead! White, A. .
to her Inmost heart. nightcap Dizzy Dean won his Apply 905 South treet.I .
*T lore him! lore him! Be Is the I 1HAVE settled my business"The t Physically and mentally she Albery gripped her arm. contest to je sponsored by the;j Ackernxan played a good game in ,i aug28-tf

finest man In the .orld-the only on. and now he was the shrank from him. from the very "Don't be a little tool! Come and twenty-third victory of the season.I American Legion Post of those I I the field. |I I

man In the world. How can I go on smiling ardent-eyed lover on the thought of their married life to- get Into the train. The Chicago Cubs remainedat cities and then have an intercity Score by innings: R H. E. i WANTED -..

IMngT How can irLanrie point of achieving his. desire. "So gether. But she mast not show It. "No. I can't go away without almost the same spot as she competition for the title of Florida. Army hm_. 000 000 0-0 2 1 I

and Gladys came back: to there Is nothing to wait for. I am [ "If Gladys is 111." he suggested knowing." was the day before, although she t Each division of boxing will be represented Lighthouse 100 000 x-1 4 3 LADY STENOGRAPHER. Hours

London by train and boat. going to take a holiday entirely "let us leave her In a good nursing "Don't make a scene here! Come played a doubleheader with the and the winners will be Batteries: Ortega and Powell;:I 9 until after mail distrbmtion.

Rex Moore flew back alone.A away from business. I have a placeIn home. I will tell my cousin. Mrs. on-we shall miss the train." Cincinnati Reds. The cause of declared state champions.: This idea I C. Stickney and C. Sands.In Small salary, at first. Applyin

shock awaited him when he France not far from Paris. We Dent to look after her. I can thinkof this was because the Reds were was given the local post by Lennie I the second game Ortega:r writing to Box .x. Citizen

reached the Chelsea flat He founda will go over and be married there some plausible story to'tell her. BUT she suddenly recovered her- able to down the Cubs in the sec-: Licata, so the Key West unit I again pitched for Uncle Sam's I Office og30-3tx

message ta say that Mrs. Steele and then we will tour through Spain: She is very simple kind woman. And and said firmly: ond game, after Warneke had let should get together and do some i boys and won in this contest
had been In a motor aeeldent and for our honeymoon. then we can decide where Gladys Is "I am not going away. How can
them with and thing. We have as good talents Once he allowed only four
And when I have to down but six hits more WANTED dhanee to bid on
was seriously Injured. They had come back to for her training. Anything In you expect me to! Where Is Rex
will go one run in the opening contest. in the amateur ranks as any cityin bits. Blackwell of the Adminis- next printing order. The
here you stay In some quiet lit your
Where has he flown tor I
rung up from a nursing home to say the world that Is possible I will do I
tie and 1 will All other scheduled in the stateAll we need is for tration ten. game five safeties.At .
that Mrs. Steele was asking for him. place come over every to please you my dear little girL" "I can't say for certain. He was games up Artmaa Press: aug7
week-end. Mortimer Is going to work make the National League were post I the local post to wake up and do bat,. Lopez and Smith hit
She wanted to see him very urgently.He So it was settled that way. going to cross the Alps to I I
when he back because of rain. something. What do you say safely twice in three times !
drove Immediately to the address things gets to Aus- Laurie had a fairly easy task some tests. poned up. PIANO TUNING
and saw from the face of the tralia. I can trust him. He will with Gladys. The girl was really! "Why didn't you tell me!" In the younger circuit, the De- members of Post No. 28! Get up In the field. Barker Papy and I -

woman who received him that Wan wangle it so that we can announce broken. She was In a sense desperately -I didn't see why it should Interestyou troit Tigers added one more gameto and do something. Do not be like Malgrat for the office boys and P. PIANO TUNER, Laureano Mo-

da mast lie very III Indeed. that yon have divorced Rex Moore ilL She had a great deal more any more. Come. Laurie don't their lead o-er: the New York | Rip Van Winkle.I White, Nodine and Smith for the reno. Excellent piano for sal.

"To ere .U no hope," the matron down there where yon were mar emotion in her nature than her sister stand here talking!" Yankees by downnig theChicagoWhite Army players played well. cheap. 1018 Division street.

said. "She Is barely conscious. A rted. had thought and more power of "Nothing will induce me to leave Sox in both ends of a twin received a letter from Hindu P. White handled 14 chances in ug26-lmox
spinal injury. If she lived she would "So you see. It's all fixed up. Get suffering. She was listless: she England until I know that he Issate. I ill while the Yanks were idle. Bowen the crack catcher of the I the two games without an error.

be a cripple" ready to leave London In the middle cared for nothing ." she answered calmly. The Senators and Boston Red I Bushkill ten of Miami, in which Score by innings: R. II. E.Adrainietraition I ROOMS -i-ii: i
of next week. Don't bother about I
In sl! he stole Into the "You are being ridiculous. Everything _
room Laurie told her that she had to go Sox !split a doable bilL The Senators '
he states that the catch Gopher 1
and looked down with sad. self-re anything in the way of clothes. Youca.u away on a business trip for her em- is arranged for our marriage blew a seven-run lead in the 000 020 0-2 4 2 "THE' MUNRO"-Rooms unexcelled
Gonzalez made while Key West
In Paris. I
proachful eyes at the grey face on your shopping ployer. She also told ber that she tomorrow""Malrlager first to lose 9 to 8. Service .... 000_230 x-5 5 0 in price: and location,
shall have to over a few days before game was playing in the :Magic City in
the pillows. go and Rex Moore were going to be di She spoke the wordas The low) St. Louis Browns also Batteries: Blaekvell and Rneda; I running water. 128 N. E. 4th
lie thought she was unconscious, to arrange about the wedding. vorced. Gladys was not well enough if' It could! have no connection ; the diamondbsdl l tournament was Powell Miami Fla. aug2lmox;
and did not speak. Laurie! Laurie; My lovely.girl!" I'to finish her present contract. Laurie with herself. "But if Rex Is d.ead-- divided honors in a donbleheader. one worthy of praise; for the Miami Ortega and street .

"She la slipping away; the matron His voice changed to passionate had communicated with the manager She stopped. The look on his face These were the only games 1 I fans have never seen nothinglike I -

whispered. Say something to exultation. lIe took her In his arms. t of the troupe and he understood. froze the words on her lips. lIe was played in. the American: League. that before lIe also states .

her. She wanted. so much to see She was caught In the merciless Laurie wanted her to go into a looking at the contents bilL He The summaries follow: that Bauer Albury. P. Castro anda :

yo ." spokes of the wheel of !life. She was I nursing home for two or three was smiling that terrible smile His NATIONAL LEAGUE few others plated a great game E

"Wanda:"be said genU-Wanda. helpless. She could only submit. weeks, so that she could get quite close-set lips parted In that cruel. First Game and that Key West should be: proudof Inv1 oII.Vl'1)TO
Next week she would be !arkAlberTs I )
dear. I am here! strong again. Mr. Albery's cousin triumphant grin of a man revelling At Chicago R. II. E. those boys. He also states that

It took a perceptible time but his for her.wife. And life would be would look after ber. Mr. Alberywas in some fiendish satisfaction. She Cincinnati ..._.._.__..,__.. 160 they played a clean game. Theplayers OUR I jqffeddh2

voice reached her and brought her over being: kindness Itself as usual. had seen It on his face that morningon Chicago no...._.._..,...__._. 390 '' up there has organized an .
back literally" for a few seconds the Gretton airfield when she had
"Because he's about
potty you
Batteries Freitas Herrman I All-Star club!>> comorsed of Dunn
Wanda Steele was buried in England : ,
from the other side. been about to with Rex Moore
remarked Gladys with that strange. go up
and Lombardi Warneke Hart- Puss and Btshkill: players. He has
,acordmg to her wishss.and the ; and
She opened her she tried her.
to and
eyes; divining glance of hers. "When you and he had come prevented
cabled confirmation of her nearest nett. been named manager and catcherof .
I And.all of a sudden she knew that
and Rex are divorced are you goingto
move.Rex relative a brother in New York. the club. They would like to
It thread Mark At
darling was a of him! If Rex Moore were dead. ** /
After the funeraL Rex Moore marry Second Game flay a couple of games in this T7"ERY soon each of our <
a voice wandering uncertain. It Laurie admitted tbat she was. But bery had sent him to his death.'She
hardly seemed to come from the learned the meaning of those last It was a dead secret. felt It not as a suspicion but as a At Chicago R. II. E. city. I nope arrangements can be friends will be receiving an

woman on the bed. words that she had oreathed. "Does he know about Jimmy certainty.: She looked at the man Cincinnati: __._.___._ 410 completed and have them play
invitation and
to out Wedding
He tried to stammer out conventional A member of a firm of solicitorsthat "No. darling. Not from me of beside her with horror in her eyes. Chicago 6 0 here. What do you say Mr. Brant- ;

sayings about getting better; had been acting for her. who. course. And It Isn't likely that hell "If he's dead. you've killed him Batteries: Schott and Erickson; ley and Mr. Sawyer.SCHEDULE we want it to be the best looking invitation we can get."
besides himself her maid and her
but his voice broke. hear it from Dallas himself. Only! | she said tonelessly. Lee. Root. Carleton and Hart-

Then a smile flickered over her chauffeur were the only the little mourners. Rex knows, and you may be sure "Yon are mad!" he retorted but nett. Naturally you want your Wedding Invitation to be the
drove him back from country
face. Her Ups moved. He bent down. that he will never tell""You're the madness was In his own eyes FORSOCIAL
and that whisper hovering betweentwo churchyard of the village that) funny Laurie said and again he gripped her arm and First Cane very finest and that is why we arc inviting you to inspect oo.

worlds came to his ears. and her family asked him had tr originally come Into come his office.from. | Gladys. "I can't help feeling thatyou're tried to force her Into the station. At St. Louis R. II. E. LEAGUEBy remarkable line of*genuine Seed Engraved Wedding !*..*
"I want you to be happy. I want In love with Rex all the time. But she tore herself away.
to have-to have-- Here he revealed the fact that Pittsburgh _....:.._._ 390 tions and Announcements in the Favored Styles o"J.
you him! But "I am going back home.
And yet you're divorcing _.._
Mrs. Steele had made a fresh will St. Louis .__ 490
But it was too much. She was already "
in I suppose you've got a reason. lieniidl Batteries and
the very day before her accident : Weaver Hoyt
too Car
i The eager Ups away.dropped apart. The which she haJ left him nearly ,the t: jijS i -alOfeT..jft'fvasiaot really Interested. bony Laurie during refused the next to days.see She Mark could Al Grace; Hallahan. Hensser P. ( JOVE) THE ARTMAN PRESS

hole of ner property In California, Dean and O'Farrell. Davis. Schedule: of games for the comI -
matron motioned him and bent look
away That on
1. tod much taken with her not bring herself to.
the bed and securities that would bring! him us: : up I log week in the Social League are: CITIZEN BUILDING
over Bh fell in with his face haunted her.
"eTn *
In a very comfortable Income. Second Game Stowers Park and Bayview
Wanda who had saved his tt'stplaufi
'I. There news of Rex Moore
for without was no
her a
live who had given him back his Rex was overwhelmed. His -first of Albery accepted her decision with a* At St. Louis R. II. E. |'Stars at 4 p. m. Tuesday. Light-. -- - FI4ni ,
word :
thought was that he would be Independent protestIRK house and t 1_ := -i -
Administration -
eyesight who had loved him with a surprising meekness and sent her a Pittsburgh _._ 162 ; at 5:15.

strong woman's tenacim* nassion. of Mark Albery. He felt an A ALBERY went over to message every day to say that he St. Louis __"__._ 470 !P- M- __ -- __ __ _
was no more. Inexpressible gratitude to the dead *v 1 France. had heard nothing. In spite of all his Batteries: Swift, Bush and Pad- 1- On Wednesday 5 P. JL, Stow

He gave her his last homage and woman wno haG demonstrated her efforts. den J. Dean and Delancey.T era Park and Lighthouse. On = 1'l '"*tjt
his first true "caress as he bent rev love for him beyond the grave.. : Not a word about Rex Moore Rex ; -. I Thursday Stowers Park Ad
about and
He his anxiety '
passed between him and Laurie before gave r
erently and kissed her forehead. Everything was In perfect order, I ) 1
the lawyer assured him. He had ex.. be leftLaurie Moore as his excuse for his return to Of Boston Sit Brooklyn) postponed, I ministration. > + !J ; j
did not communicate with the office and his postponement rain. Sunday morning Stowers Park

ALBERT had returned to London changed men: of business cable: with In California Mrs. Steele's and Rex. or he with her. She supposedhe his holiday. It was. natural enough. ..and Service will play in the first i t l = 1 .

same day as Laurie. with her brother. There could be no was back at Gretton. making his But when he was alone. he lookedas Philadelphia) at New York, postponed r' -ame and Boyriew Stars and Serv- .
When she was called into his room Satan might have looked when ice the
question about the validity of the final preparations for the great Pacific rain. I; in nightcap.
on the following morning she found his plans went wrong. Rex Moore I j
flightShe i
him his wnal; suave Impassive self. will.Rex had started a day too soon Once In .. )
Moore went out. dazed. Into did not know of Wanda AMERICAN LEAGUE ...
But there was something In his manner France be could have kept an news ICE
Sttele's death.There had been
only a
the hot July afternoon. lIe felt hum- I I.
that warned her. He spoke ble the dead brief reference to tile accident in of the airman's flight from Laurie. First Game SOCIAL LEAGUE USE
unworthy we-
: so
smoothly, but she seemed to see the the papers which she had missed. And oace she was his wife. It could At Boston R. IL E.

whip In his hand. man's great love. not have mattered. She would soon Washington _._....._ 8 17 2 STANDINGMeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee
Laurie '
the The day came when as
"I got your message In Berlin. He walked swiftly through told herself her life would end. have settled down. Boston ...__._..___._ 9 11 1 ITS PURER!
rich t
streets but
; not only a free a
he 1I1I.1d.I am sorry about your sis Everything was ready. Her mod- It seemed as if the fellow could Batteries: Linke. Hadley and LASTS LONGER
Club W. L. Pct rICE
ter. How Is she! man.The not be dead. The report had come Starr FerrelL Wilson and Berg. -
"She Is getting on all right thank next day an even greater [ est luggage was on a cab. Gladys the from a village la the North of ; Lighthouse ..._"...-_". 3 1 .750 I
installed in
,70n." blessing was bestowed on Rex was comfortably but it found to refer to Bayview Stars .......... 2 1 .667 REFRIGERATORS
France was
home. She had immediately Second Geese
How did you go to Purls!'" Moore. On paying a visit to the famous nursing Frenchman who was flying Service _."'..._'____ 22 .500 '
taken to the role of the luxurious a young At Boston R. H, E. i
,She was startled. but her Instinct the great eye specialist man: be was told by I patient and her beauty enchantedthe his private plane and crashed and Washington+ 3 11 1 Administration .....'_.0 3 .000 e { Made of all metal--,equipped ,
was always to tell the truth and Stowers Park ._ 0 0 .000 L
and who was quite unknown I '
killed I
"1 can find no more trace of the nursing staff who. one and all. Boston .__.... _e.-r_-- 2 10 0 f with WATER COOLERS 1
she answered
frankly: .
of the country.cesrriykt
-"Rex Moore took me by air. trouble Mr.. Moore. I am happy to were only too eager to wait on her In that part Batteries: Whitehill and Starr;
"Yon had given me your word of pronounce you completely cured." hand and foot. The rest and the seclusion ( :. Itit. CiralH Stanton) Walberg. Rhodes and FerrelL The American Museum of i : They're Economical

him (CoPJf"f 1tt. ,us. Corolu Stanton) from the outside world, were Natural History, New York City
honor not to see again.
Indeed a boon to the girl and her which has sent expeditions into 100 Per Cent Refrigeration
"r conldnt l help myself. I had to Laurie dries tomorrow. Liurl has a meaN from First Game i r
Albery. ,. sister knew that. France!! te mcrr w.ARRANGE. '_ At Cleveland R. H. E.: jangles, deserts and mountains of Satisfaction
I (I
,- ,- -- I St. Louis __._ .-.- -.,, 460 foreign countries to gather

........................ War College, Newport R. L:,!{I.eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee I Cleveland: ..._._, 151 I animals for museum groups plans Priced at I .
GAME : Batteries: Andrews and Hems-I to collect specimens in the United

Today In History founded. Today's HoroscopeToday's I ley; Harder. Winegaraer and"States to round out state exhibits. S30 S35i

BrenzeL and
........................ ........................ t. FOR TOMORROW i and Sewell; Rowe and Cochrane. "

1.52-Britain and colonial 1894-Labor Day observed for is a mixed nature, ap- Second Gam i EASY TERMS-10 DAYS

first time as general .holiday pearing to be social and generous At Cleveland R. H. E.i Sec*ad Cam FREE TRIALTHOMPSON'S

America began: use of the Gregorian throughout co: .:ntry. and generally economical, and rt St Louis __ 230 I At Detroit R. IL E. + Li

calender-11 days blotted 'money will flow freely) into your (By JOVE) Cleveland t_ 7 10 0Batteries Chicago __. ._ 07 Oj ICE CO.l lt l\\ '

out. pockets. But there is indicated la. the Senior DiamondfcaU : Van Altai Thomas Detroit _'__.._ 5 10 1 '

1918-U. S. Steamer Frank IL I a strain of whit. : might be called League the schedule for the weeks Walkup and Hemsley; Pearson Batteries: Jones: Phelps and' t El INC.-

1S3-Der n.ti-e. treaty of Beck sinks German submarine by ignorance of worldly ways that and Phillips. Sewell; Auker and Cochrane. Phone No. 8

gunfire in mid-Atlantic. i might make you an easy victim s as follows: -

tease signed .d. Paris between to confidence workers. Do not believe The Firemen and Busy Bees will First Casae New York at Philadelphia, postponed -

America and England ending War all that is told 700. At Detroit R. H. E. rain.Snbscnle. '
of the Revolution. play tomorrow night and. the alt
I Chicago -.1 6 2
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Shenandoah wrecked over Ava Subscribe to The Citizen-20c: Bermuda Bakery outfit and Lopes Detroit _____ 6 45 0. to The Citizen-20e I ftnfcf'at' .ait' Nfciidriffiff iL &I JS JcSjkZ /

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n................................................' .. .. .. ... DiNegro, Jr., left Sunday after- relatives and friends.
Miss!! Cleo I from a short buauieM visit in Miami The sassafras, a North American
1. : PERSONAL MENTION .1 noon for Miami, accompanied by Kemp., daughter, went to Tampa) tree of t" laurel family with
father. to spend! a while with relatives.
:-: SOCIETY :-: .__...._._....-.._.._........_.,........................ I aromatic bark and foliage, also Is
Mrs. George Maloney who was Mrs. Nina Ryder Johnson, who called the ague-trieTl I

.................................................1 with Will relatives Baker, in who pas West visiting left'1 I Mrs. John T. Knowles, who was spending a ,vacation in Miami with were Mr.in and Key Mrs.West Waldo Perez, who' was in Jacksonville on a business! ),
Key spending a short time in Miami her daughter, Mrs. William! and guests of trip, returned Sunday morning.)

Miss Dorothy Cleare Becomes Sunday for Miami. I I with relatives, returned Sunday. Knowles, returned Sunday accompanied Mrs. Perez's mother, Mrs. Whit-i'Mrs. Johnson is deputy supervisor: 0 .
\ (
I J. Gardner other
by her grandson I more and rel- of intake and certification for the;

Bride Of Edward R. McCarthy] day Mrs.Afternoon Ottilee for Porter Miami left where Sun 1 I Robert O'Brien, formerly of George Michael Knowles. atives home,in left Miami.Saturday for their j'! WPA in Key West. ,

Key West who makes his
I I now
--- I she will be the guest of her sister home in St. Petersburg arrived Mr. and Mxs. Charles R. Roberts Floyd Schrader, formerly of
Beautifully! simple, but stately Charles Roberts, organist of St.I Mrs. J. E. Thompson. I who were spending several Miss Nell Rose Curry, daughterof Key West but now making his I
for rel
Sunday short visit with ,
and impressive was the wedding Paul's! Church, presided at the I I atives. a weeks with their son and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Leslie R. Curryi I home in Miami. arrived Sunday

ceremony Sunday afternoon 4.30 I organ, and Sam Goldsmith, choir Bascom L Grooms, Jr., who -in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Lykes,I who was in Key West as guest of I morning for a stay with friend:: GEORGE i11is

o'clock in SU Paul's Episcopal leader of the church, sang "The was with. friends at Tavernier Turner, left Saturday for Miami.:,Mr. and Mrs. L. ?I!. Pierce, left:and left in the afternoon I WASHINGTON f .
re- loo sass.' ,
Church when Miss Dorothy DePas- Voice That Breathes O'er Eden. ; turned over the East Coast Mrs. Hilary Crusoe and chil- Sunday afternoon for her home in I s.d wd s1..w t0Irw..lw. ';; :
Cleare, daughter of )lr. and Mrs. Following the wedding ceremony yesterday dren, who were spending a while, :Miss Alien Bethel left Saturday Miami. I ./ ,. t

Allan Bruce Cleare became the I the party left the edifice in Miami\ with relatives, returned afternoon for Rock Harbor to I JarkwMTllle. imi\f llvtrl" ,a.a.a._,s..d___...... .M.. ,, ?'.......
McCarthy while the organist played Mendel- spend vacation with her father. THE SEMINOLECHA9.
bride of Edward Robert Sunday. a Miss Nellie Louise Kirschen- GAUGE.... .4'.a -'
lieutenant United States ssohn's wedding march. From the Bernard Roberts returned yesterday baum who visiting her brother ...
was ]r
Geodetic I church the couple and retinue <* from Mimi where he had :Mrs. C W. IIoeffer daughters
Coast and suneYe"The a Mrs. Thomas James and daughters and sister-in-law, Mr. and l\1rs.1,
weddnig party arrived 4 15 i companied by several hundred. been enjoying a vacation. Misses Josephine and Gwen- Barbara and Dora Louise, left(John J. Kirschenbaum, Jr., ini,l

o'clock at the church and assembled -I friends, repaired to the home of I dolyn, returned Sunday from a Saturday to visit relatives at Fort; Vicksburg, Miss. returned Sunday -I I p ,-'e-.....
ta the entrance. The strains of the bride's parents, "Play more" Representative B. C. Papy, who! week-end visit in Miami. Lauderdale. j i K> r airy

the wedding march sounded and on North Beach, where a recep-- was in Homestead for a short! astl :. l .. e.

the procession slowly approachedthe I tion was held. business wip, returned yesterday.i Mrs. George Sikes and children, Mrs. Carols Nettles, who was Stephen Cochran Singleton, well .
altar. there the imp Mrs. Allan B. Cletre Sr. spending vacation of two months .
Arriving received a :
1/Marina and George, who were in known writer and botanist, arrived ,A Slot...dwFLAGLER
-j teSsive ceremony was rind by. on the spacious lawn of lh. Judge and Mrs. II. II Taylor!f I Miami with relatives, returned with her parent, Mtr. and Mrs. Sunday for an indefinite .T
Rev. Father Arthur B. Dimnuck. residence. Punch served from Charles L. Roberts left Saturdayfor
was and Judge Taylor's secretary: Sunday, accompanied byI.n.. stay in Key West.
The bride given in marriage four bowls, presided by Mrs. her home Washington, D.
was I over ) :Miss Florence DaParc, who were Sikes' brother-in-law and sitter, "a.III... FI.rI.a 1s t..ala,
'her father. W m. II. Malone, Mrs. Jack Hyman, I C., accompanied by her son, <<
by in Key West for the week-end as Mr. and Mrs. Frank Baron, who Francis Dion, ton of Mr. and !!. B. GRIPER: Mmcrr I rLt.r.d.rL.t.1.
The bride wore a beautiful cre- Mrs. Hugh K. Taylor and Mrs. guests of friends, left Sunday aft came for a short stay. Thomas L. Retchings, III, and 'Mrs. Fred Dion, returned SundayS I A human home-Ilk institution L i
ation of white duchess lace with I Stphen Douglas. Punch and'oAe ernoon for Coral Gables. Miss Irene Kettles. I where you will find y..r 1..I.I..all .r.-rase..dr ; LL
train, cap with orange blossomstnd were served by members of the e..f.rt sad e.tertalS.eat a matter -, GAS
veil match and carried a, Junior Woman's Club assisted Mrs. James S. Moore and son Mrs. W. D. Wright and three of great importance. RATtS..ftm.d.
to by : Leonard 'I
Mrs. B. Gnlhon,
accompanied -o--
of Easter lilies and i numerous friends I II James, Jr., who were spending a children, who were spending sev- M
bouquet orange
6 6 6 located
by her daughter, :Miss 'RIA'I A steel flre r f hvildlaic
the while with relatives in Miami, returned eral weeks with relatives left .
blossoms. I Following serving of re-; Leota, and mother, Mrs. Thos. C. in 3 I the Seam the city
Matron of honor, Mrs. Allan B. freshments Mrs. McCarthy cut ih', Pent, 'Vho had been spending a Sunday Saturday for Miami -0- e
,Cleare, Jr., was gowned in pink I wedding cake and personally COLDS .Every Room with Combination Tab
hand-I' while in Miami. returned to Key i I and Shower Bath. Radio, Electric
Lawrence Filer, of Miami who Mrs Vincent McDermott left Liqaii Taloleta .
mousseline de soie with pink not ed to each of the members Ceiling Fan, Slat Door for Summer
=st Sunda over the East Coast.: lint *
) *
cap and earned a bouquet of pink, wedding party and friends: a portion : Miss Gnlhon was here for the wedding of Miss Saturday afternoon for a vacation j lv* Reae Dr.,. Ventilation Comfortable Beds with
who teacher in
is a ..
Mattresses of Inner Spring Construction -
Cleare and Lieutenant with relatives in Miami. Mr. Mc-i
radiance bud... of the confection Dorothy '
the Harris School, and who recently and Individual Read-
Misses :Mary Falk and Antoinette After the reception Mr. and returned from TaUahasseewhere I Edward r.. McCarthy, left Sunday Dermott left over the highway in'' Ing Lamp

Sullivan, bridesmaids, wore! :Mrs. McCarthy the family and she had been attending afternoon for his home in Miami. the morning j RATES
mousse-line de L.le.ut 150( the I 81. -'. GEORGE WASHINGTON
gowns of orchid guests proceeded to Silvia Sidney-Herbert MarshallACCENT
I summer school had been spending I IH R__.. Private Ba h __ i-de
.J A sole, with net caps of pink and S! Florida: East Coast Railway ffa- her vacation Miami and other I Mrs. Hugh K. Taylor and daughter KO R.._.. Private Ra.h __--_--. S.Sade tOO !....will I.Ik. sal n.....
j in 0.-d i.a.. Li..d..d.' _
I carried bouquets: of purple bachelor tim preparatory te leaving on the points in that vicinity. Mario Mesa, of the rehabilitation Miss Barbara, who were: ON YOUTH n_.__.... Private llnth __..__._ :3.5.so a.M. _...._..mmmti...._salsas
" buttons in white lace recep- honeymo.n, which will take them I project at Cherry Valley, Madi- spending a few days in Miami, returned -! 34 "a.R. pie n Private_.., Private Rath Bath n Y .... lAm$100.4... GARAGE iBe -.
Ucles. first to Miami, then to Washington Saturday. Two Comedies L1G1IT INCRtASK FOIL UOIBLBOCCCPAMCT : j .
son, Fla., who was in Key West I o.a.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Saundersleft { ]: 'UIUf: ]: :l .:. I
Flower girls little Misses Joy D. C., where members of the for a visit with his family, left I IIrs. Matinee: S-lOc; Night: 10-lSc :
Ball and Helen Trevor wore dainty Coifot and Geodetic Survey have over the East Coast Sunday Sunday.Mr. !\ George F. Archer and ----
afternoon for vacation with relatives -
creations of pink ruffled mouse- planned a reception September 15 a daughter, Mrs. Neil Knowles, left ,

line de sc\ie; and carried basketsof for their brohteer officer and his in Miami. and Mrs William Roberts, Saturday afternoon for a visit i .

pink rosebuds.W charming bride. who Key West for the with Mrs. Archer's son and (laugh-;
were in
II BamLridge, Jr.. was Tiny; From Washington they will go Mr and Mrs.\ John Wells haveas funeral of their son, William ter-m-law. Mr. and MVs. Benjamin .beHofydwinked'Don -
Boston Mass.. for visit with their house guest Miss Eliza- Archer at !
bearer. lie carried sn immaculate to a Roberts, Jr., left Sunday for the Homestead. 't
Easter lily in the center of which j Air McCarthy's parents and planto beth Riley, of Miami. home in Miami. ;
rested the wedding circlet. I return to Key West shout Octo-1 I Mrs. Ernesto Hernandez who' IMITATIONS
The groom was. attended by I her 1.As. I I J. D. Aldricn, car forem

Lieutenant W. II. Bambndpe,: the train moved out of the the Florida East Coast Railway at ert Mrs.and W.daughter S. Middleton Miss Hazel son Rob-, of vacation in Miami returned Sun-. To Eel the original' Davis 100% Pare Paint

United States Coast and Geodetic I rtation and the farewells and I Key West, returned )terday from day accompanied by her mother,: -= sure to MADE IN BALTIMORE. ratnrruiTIHEEHDAVISCa

Survey, as best nun: and Ensign happy wishes were being called,i,I a vacation in Georgia cad Florida. St. Augustine, arrived over the at Mrs. :Mamie Dickm on. j look. for Davis 100% Pare Paint hat often ken lax
East Coast Sunday for visit .
E. Jarman and :M W. Easleygroomsmen. the bride tossed; her bouquet Mrs. Aldrich! who was with her a "e euiar uniuu<{,but never duplicated. -- __
Dr. II. N. S. Jones I which> was caught by Mrs\ Isabel!! hisband will return later. the home.The of Mr. and MVs.also Raleigh had William It. Warren, Jr.. who / this Label Davie 1(0% Pure Paint conform with =====
Albury. Alburys as
and Earl Julian were ushers. Ball I was visiting briefly in Miami, returned all port paint Law and it the only punt ::.::::.--

-'. .-. _-___ .._ I Miss Edith Moffat, who was ml!, guest Woodrow, over the Wilson week-end, their who Sunday accompanied by UQ qPURE that carries a guarantee of panty.' ====
Marathon with her .'. son Lee S. Thomas, who is guest at
Mrs. AE.
is 'employed by the F. E. C. at lor this Guarantee the Label-
Cook M
the home
American Legion CUBA TO ARRIVE I Woodburn, for' a vacation, returned Buena Vista. of Mr.Varren's parents,
yesterday. Mr and Mrs William R. Warren: W..bne.era.r.eia._h.hu.....w-Irel rr..4ar r..ra
Unit To MeetAnnouncement i ..... ...
I AD ear .a d- 8ft b7 i Bak..ee oU tKnotb Dnl..aly.

IN PORT TONIGHT Mr and Mrs. C. O. Ackerman Mrs Carrie A. Crowson and Mrs William; P. Kemp, and Cs f 1899 MLTINOREMU'G.
- has been madeof daughter Florence, who were visiting sons Orvis and Marvin arrivedover

a meeting of the. American I of returned several yesterday days in :Miami.from a visit I Mrs. Crowson's father, Albert the East Coast Sunday from: C. ROBERTS Comer Caroline and William Streets
DiNegro and her brother and sis- \
Miami where
Legion Auxiliary to be held to- NO INFORMATION AVAILABLE! they were visiting
ter-in-law Mr and Mrs. Albert
at 5 :Mrs. :Morris Cochran who .- .
morrow afternoon, beginning RELATIVE TO OPERATIONOF I was -------- --
o'clock, at the home of Mrs. J. in Miami for a brief vacation, returned -

G.. Piodela, president of the or- TRAINS yesterday. Ge i Rid of;

ga ization. .. .
A request is made for a large Miss Antoinette Sullivan who
attendance of members. Seeking information from the I was here for the wedding of Miss I .

local office of the Honda East: Dorothy Cleare and Lieutenant I M a I aria., FIRMS !
Edward R.
McCarthy, )left Sunday
Coast relative to the
Miss Leslie Railway arrival -' afternoon for her home in Ft.I s;
and departure of trains at Banish Chills and FeVer!.
Returns Here Lauderdale, accompanied by her I
Key West, The Citizen was informed -
that no information was sister, Mrs. George Gomez, and To conquer Malaria,you must da two"
Miss Nina de Lisa Leslie, well available.It baby. things (1) Destroy the infection in the' Who Rush To Give You Service-Patronize Them
blood. (2) Build up the blood to over-;;J J
known writer and during
was understood that the
the effects and to fortify
Miss Marguerite DuBreuil cone against
winter season society editor for Steamship Cuba, which left Satur- further attack..There is one medicine that.:
The Citizen, was an arrival over I I day for Havana and was sched-I daughter of Mr and Mrs. George does these two things and that is Grove s'
the East Coast yesterday after uled to arrive yesterday, would DuBreuil, who was in Key We:',t I I Tasteless Chill Tonic' The tasteless qui-
al{ with her grandmother Mrs. WaIter flint in Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic destroys
vacation of
reach port about 7 o'clock this Star American Coffee ROSES
the malarial infection in the blood JOHN C. PARK
New York. Kemp left Sunday afternoon THIS SPACE
evening. for Miami. while the iron builds up the blood Thou-
"I enjoyed a very delightful I I II sands 01 people have conquered Malaria You'll find out how
summer but am happy to be back China has three great river with the aid of Grove's Tasteless Chfll FLORAL PIECES A
it is when
.n Key West with my old friends. systems-the Yangtze in the heartof Tonic. In addition to being;a noted remedy -
I -on- for Malaria, it is also an excellent the first Ib 25c.
and have not the slightest idea of]i the country, the Yellow river !in WAVES ,I tonic of general use Groves Tasteless cup, SPECIALTY 12 Insertions

ever leaving again, what I am now the north, and the West river,'I t j Chill Tonic is pleasant to take and contains -
going to call home, again" said which drains the mountains of tho t Two Pcrmancnts X5.00 j f | I nothing harmful. Even children like PLUMBINGDURO I LARGO, Ib 18c; PLANTS and VINES

Miss Leslie. I south. ::1 it and can take it safely. For sale V. & S., Ib ISc.
I Better Wave, $5:00 and up I by all dour: stores. Now two me5-<"50c PER MONTH
I and?1. The?1 size contains 2/ times as
\ To collect North American I Several large lead bullets and, MRS. MILLER much a5 the SOc size and gives you 25% Roasted in Key West. by SOUTH FLORIDA
material for the American Museum an old brass belt buckle used by i,t, Ocean View Apt. 1 Phone 574-J I more for jour money.tai PUMPS

of Natural History, plat'tshave Confederate soldiers during the .I STAR COFFEE MILL!
been made to use mobile Civil war were found when rams I NURSERY
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laboratory units "drifting" caved in a bluff on James island
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