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1. 1 f! ! V PAGE EIGHT . 1 -VTrTO THB EVENING TELEGRAM, LAKELAND. FLA ,. WEDNESDAY. SEPT. 4, 1913 Second Half State League Schedule Monday-Tuesday, Aug. 25-26 Tampa at Bartow. Lakeland at Sanford. Orlando at Bradentown. Wednesday-Thursday, Aug. 27-28 Bartow at Sanford. Lakeland at Bradentown. Orlando at Tampa. Friday-Saturday, Aug. 29-30 Tampa at Lakeland (29). Lakeland at Tampa (30). Bradentown at Orlando. Sanford at Bartow. Labor Day, Sept 1 Sanford at Orlando, p.m. Bartow tt Lakeland, p. m. Bradentown at Tampa, p. m. Tampa at Bradentown, a. m. Lakeland at Bartow, a. m. Orlando at Sanford, a. m. Tuesday-Wednesday, Sept 2-3 Bartow at Tampa. Orlando at Lakeland . Bradentown at Sanford. Thursday-Friday, Sept 4-5. Tampa at Sanford. Bradentown at Lakeland. Orlando at Bartow Saturday, Sept. 6. Double-headers all the way. Bartow at Tampa (2). Lakeland at Bradentown (2). Sanford at Orlando (2). Monday-Tuesday, Sept. 8-9 Tampa at Bradentown. Orlando at Bartow. Lakeland at Sanford. . Wednsday-Thursday, Sept 10-11 Bartow at Bradentown. Sanford at Lakeland . Tampa at Orlando. Friday-Saturday, Sept 12-13 Sanford at Eartow. Lakeland at Orlando. Bradentown at Tampa (2 game Saturday). Monday-Tuesday, Sept 15-66 Sanford at Bradentown (a games 15th.) Lakeland at Tampa. Bartow at Orlando (2 games 15th.) Wednesday-Thursday, Sept 17-18 ' Bartow at Sanford. Lakeland at Tampa (17). Tnmna at Lakeland (18). Two games. Orlando at Bradentown. Friday-Saturday, Sept 19-20 Sanford at Tampa, Orlando at Lakeland. Bradentown at Bartow. Sept. 22 Open Data Tuesday, Sept 23 Sanford at Lakeland (2). Tampa at Orlando (2). Bartow at Bradentown (2). Wednesday-Thursday, Sept 24-25 Bartow at Lakeland 24). Lakeland at Bartow (25). Bradentown at Orlando. Tampa at Sanford. Friday-Saturday, Sept. 26-27. Bartow at Lakeland. Bradentown at Sanford. Orlando at Tampa. Monday, Sept. 29. Open date. Tuesday, Sept 30 Tampa at Bradentown. Orlando at Sanford (2). Lakeland at Bartow (2). I I I t V15' . VOTBWwaswoam KAZIMOYA. 111. ... . ; ; Auditorium F..-JI nday THE GREAT Nazimova IN GENERAL BULLETIN No. 1 Comrades of the Florida Division: I take pleasure In announcing that the next General Reunion will be held In Atlanta, Ga., on ctober 7th to 10th inclusive. Director General Hines has in structed all railroads in the United States to meke a special rate of one cent per mile each way to the Reun ion. Tickets will be on sale east of . the Mississippi River on Oct 4, and will be good for return trip until Oct 31st. The rate applies to the following parties: Members of the United Confederate Veterans. A member of the family of a mem' ber of the United oCnfederate Vet eran. ' Members of the Sons of Confederate Veterans. A member of the family of a mem ber of the Sons of Confederate Veterans. A member of the Confederated Southern Memorial Association. A member of the famil yof a mem ber of the Confederated Memorial Association. A member of the United Daubhters of the Confederacy. All Sponsors, Maids of Honor, Ma trons and Chaperones. The forgoing parties are entitled to purchase one roundtrip ticket to Atlanta, Ga., and return at the re duced fare and under the regulations " authorized for the occasion. Indentiflcr-tion certificates will be forwarded to all officers of the above named organizations, to be counter signed ana issued by them to their "members and families. All Camp of ficers are requested to advise General N. B. Forrest, Atlanta, Ga., immediate ly the number of certificates they will probably require for their sections. The Piedmont Hotel will be head quarters for the Florida Division. Respectfully, N. A. BLITCH, Major General Commanding. W. A. RAWLS, Adjt.-Gen. and Chief of Staff. "Toys of Fate A drama that thrills your very soul. The Triumph of the world's Greatest Star ALSO International News and Arbuckle Comedy ADMISSION 10 AND 20 CENTS "MEET MI: AT THE AUDITORIUM" GREAT QUANTITIES OF GRAIN HELD IN TURKEY IS TO BE TURNED LOOSE Sultan Promises Major Arnold Some of Turkey's Supplies Will Be Available For Relieving Near East Situation Constantinople, Sept. 4. All grain stored in Turkish government ware houses, millions of bushels, has been made available for distribution by the American Commission for Relief In the Near East by Mohammed VI, the Sultan of Turkey, following an audi ence that monarch has just granted to Major David G. Arnold, of Provi dence, R. I., director of thn finmmln. Southern sion. The Sultan, according to Major Ar nold, exprcsoed his appreciation o! the American effort to relieve conditions in Turkey and upon the conclusion of the interview, issued an order to the Grand Vizier to co-operate with the Commission, which now numbers about 450 American workers, aided by several thousand assistants. ...o vuuiuuBsiuu a neia oi opera tions covers the entire area of the old Turkish ffmplre and stations are (scat tered from Smyrna to Tiflis, in the Caucasus. Major Arnold, who, ar rived less than two months ago and who llaa established headquarters here, was formerly of the famous1 Rainbow Division in France, and be fore the war saw service with Amer ican troops in Mexico. He is an ot torney by profession. The personnel of the Commission includes ' many former army officers. The work of the Commission in volves a monthly expediture of about $2,500,000. Forty-two thousand tons of supplies, including a large amount of drugs and valuable hospital equip ment, hrve already been put to use. In addition the organization has sup ervised the distribution of 30,000 tons of flour for the Food Administration. The supplies have been shipped to Turkey direct from America but their delivery into the interior, it is said, has involved every conceivable trans port difficulty. "The chief problems that confront us," said Major Arnoiastoaay, -are tne care of refugees and orphans. Condi tions are particularly acute in Central Armenia and in the Caucasus. In those areas many cases of starvation have occurred. We are making every ef fort to deliver supplies to the points in need. During the coming winter there is certain to toe an Immense de mand for clothing. In summer the people can worry along with yege tables and odds and ends of food which are available but in the winter their situation is bound to be far more serious. and meetings throughout the city to be addressed by prominent delegates. Plans for the "recrudescence of distinctive Hebrew cultude In its cra dlePalestine'' are to be outlined, it is announced. These include pro vision for centers of such culture a Jewish university and school system: a great printing establishment de signed to be the center of the world's Hebrew literary effort, and other cul tural agencies. By these means it is hoped to stimulate Jewish culture to again exert a wide and beneficial in fluence and bring about another gold en, age of Jewish literary ad artistic influence. On the more practical side, the con vention will take up the questions of financing the new state, arranging for its agricultural and industrial de velopment and the provision of homes for Jewish refugees and the oppressed from "many lands . A feature of the parade will be a detachment ; of the Jewish Legion which fought for the restoration of the Jewish homeland in the Legion of David, which formed a part of Gen eral Allenby's conquering army. TO AMALGAMATE ALL VETERANS , MOST San Francisco, Sept. 4. A move ment looking to the amalgamation of all organizations of veterans of Am erican wars may be started at the twenty-first annual national encamp ment of United Spanish War Veter ans which opened here today. Resolutions proposing such a mer ger have been prepared for presenta tion to the convention. Proponents of the plan favor limiting each town to one camp or unit of the central organization. Other matters to come before the Spanish War veterans are: PRODUCTIVE GROVE IN FLORIDA I have for sale what is probably the most productive grove In Florida, size considered, and have option for a short period. Quick consideration Is necessary. Sixty acre grove, on beautiful lake close in, and on hard road. Includes house, barns, implements of all kind) and a fine pair of mules. Eight room house. s Division of trees Thirty acres of fine seedling trees twenty acres of grapefruit, ages from ten to eighteen, Resolutions memorializing Congress seven acres of budded Valencas In to grant age and disability pensions fun bearing, and three acres of the to Spanish War veterans and to make I largest - and most productive Tange pensions payable monthly instead of rjnes in the state. CAN A GIRL SLAY A MAN AND KNOW NOTHING OF CRIME? NAZIMOVA IS SEEN AS AN EXPERT RIDER Victor September Records bet ter than ever. Come in and hear those wonderful Red Seal Records McCORMACK KRIESLER LOUISE HOMER JASCHA HEIFETZ GALLI CURCI DANCE RECORDS BY DIXIELAND JAZZ BAND JOSEPH C. SMITH ORCHESTRA SIX BROWN BROTHERS PIETRO All these artists and more play and sing for you on the September lis t GLUCK Lakeland Book Store CONCERTS ON THE VICTRO LA AND STEGER TALKING MACHINES DAILY McCORMACK Is it possible for a girl to slay a man and not know it? Court records bear testimany to many such In stances, but none more amazing and mysterious than the case of Mary Blake in "A Girl at Bay", Vltagraph's Ccrine Griffith Picture which will be seen in he Auditorium theater today Only in this instance, the girl admit ted the crime, the police proved it, and the psychology of a noted crimi nologist showed the girl innocent. Miss Griffith in the powerful drama of a man's lovo and a woman s risk has a role of exception appeal, and Is ably supported by Walter Miller, Harry Davenport, Denton Vane, Wal ter Horton, Robert Galllard, James Edward Elkas and Anne Brody. - v Tom R. Mills directed tne picture which is adapted from the magazine story "Hunt the Woman", written by Joseph Gollomb. In one of the many fascinating and colorful scenes in "Toys of Fate", the Screen Classics' super-feature, which will be exhibited at the Auditorium, Friday, Sept. 5.. Nazimova, the star, gives proof of her riding ability. As Azah, the gypsy princess, she leaps to the back of a horse upon which Greggo, her suitor is already seated. The star insists that she is a bare back rider in this scene, since Greggo occupies the saddle, and she was lit erally obliged to "stick" on the back of the horse. . Though Nazimova is not one of those screen stars who make a point of doing "stunts" before tho camera, she acquitted herself ad mirably in making these scenes, and in doing the riding called for by the plot ' ' quarterly. Requests for absolute preference to honorably discharged service men and their widows in Federal, State and municipal employment. Proposed amendment of the home stead laws.' The annual election of officers is scheduled for September 5, the clos ing day of the encampment. Milton A. Nathan of San Francisco, junior past department commander, has been given the endorsement of the Call- lornia camps ior tne omce of com mander-in-chief of the national body. If pullets are to lay early growth must be uninterrupted. Any interrup tion of regular habits or radical Ther owners guarantee a purchaser for the crop now on the trees at fifty thousand dollars for this fruit. That tells its own story. Nothing more needs to be said, save the grove is not to Its maximum, not by any means. Price One Hundred and Fifty Thousand Dollars, half cash, the bal ance In four equal payments at eight per cent Interest. W. T. BROOKS, Agent Halim City Florida WINTER WOOD 10 FEB CENT OFF During the month of September we will deliver green oak and pine wood by the cord at a redaction of 10 per 1 A m . . cnange or met at any period of a cent; any length. Phone your order growing chicken's life will delay the 'at once- Call 235 CASH WOOD YARD beginning of egg production. I 9592 rMrairn. SeDt. 4. Because of the impending realization of the age long dream of the Jews ot tne worm a homeland- the coming Zionist con vention here, which win oegin oepi. 12 In Palestine- is attracting world wide attention. Some of the fore most members of the race will at tend. Including Justice Brandeis of the United States supreme court; rD rhavm'Weltzman of London t Eng land, a member of the Palestinian m mission; Judge Julian Mack of the United States circuit court- pres ldent of the Zionist organization, and many othere. Features ot the convention will be a mass meeting at tho Auditorium theater where all the sessions of the convention will be held; a "restora tion parade" through the streets of Chicago in which, it Is estimated more Jhan 30 000 Zionists will participate; a ball at the Frst Regiment armory. ELECTRIC SUPPLIES Fixtures, Westlnghouse Mazda Lamps. We do Electrical Work of all Kindt ALL WORK GUARANEED KEELER ELECTRIC COMPANY PHONE 526 KIBLER BUILDING .Misses' and Children's School Dresses In Ginghams and Chambrey In all colors, solids and plaids SCHOOL 'SHOES For Boys and Girls The Famous Dept. Store .