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THE EVENING TELEGRAM, LAKELAND, FLA., TUESDAY, APRIL 20. 1E20 luuviae ner 10 cut om me crusis ana 1 1 tlfmtw'&uttJi'tkI0tknM'HU'WtmmU9 m - ' fc4 u sue i AMUSEMENTS BACK OF WINGS SCENES SHOWN IN PHOTOPLAY An actual theatrical stage was used for the settings in many of the scenes of "Mind the Paint Girl," a First Na tional feature, with Anita Stewart in th eleading role, which will be shown at the Auditorium Theater today and tomorrow. Interesting details of the workings behind the wings are brought out in j this story of stage life and its ups ; and downs. The tedious and trying work of rehearsal are brought out, girls are seen. In jtheir dressing rooms lurrying to doff one gown and put on toother for the nevt scene. Scene painters, carpenters and stage hands are all seen taking their natural parts. In fact the entire life f the back to stage folk at their work and also at their play are, shown. eat waffles and maple syrup likes. In "The Stolen Kiss," based on the book, "Little Miss By-the- Day." which will be been at the Auditorium Thursday. Miss Binney towers as a screen star. I OLD REAS1DENT GIVEN UP BY PYHSIGIAN THE MAJESTY BINNEY What Constance Binney Thinks Being Five Feet and Three Quar ters of an Inch Tall of Did you ever see a woman who was satisfied with her height? We never did. Fnd a woman who is tall and willowy and nine times out of ten she wishes she were short and dumpy. And find a little fairy of a person who really (s cute, and nine times out of ten she wishes she were tall" as a beanpole. Little Miss Constance Bin Bey, who tips the yardstick at exactly are feet and three-quarters of an tactb thinks height is one of the most learen sent attributes of woman. lovely woman, and is reported to be eating all the crusts that appear on the table of that well known boarding bouse located at "39 East." so thar abe will grow taller. She gives as the reason, her desire to reach the top, bat the heads of Realart, who signed her for her first starring roles fa films, say she will do that anyway, foor little sawed-off that she Is, and "Given up by five doctors, my only hope an operation. I rebelled on cut ting me open, as I am 75 years old. A neighbor advised trying Mayr's Wonderful Remedy for stomach trou ble. I got relief right away. I had not eaten for 10 days and was as yel low as a gold piece. I could have lived only a few days but for this medicine. "It 'Is a simple, harmless preparation' that removes the catar rhal mucus from the intestinal tract and allays the inflammation which causes practically all stomach, liver and intestinal ailments, Including ap pendicitis. One dose will convince or money refunded. For sale by City Drug Store and by druggists everywhere. ST. PETERSBURG FLYERS HAVE A CLOSE CALL IN TRYING TO CROSS THE PENINSULA The St. Petersburg Independent says: "Lieut Henry Lewis and his me chanic attempting to fly a seaplane across the main Florida peninsula, had a close call yesterday near Tar pon Springs. The plane wen some 40 miles inland and then turned back and got to the gulf and a safe landing just as the last drop of gasoline was used. The flyers took on gas at Tar pon Springs and returned to St. Pet ersburg arriving here shortly after noon, the engine having been run for 2 1-2 hours continuously. "The aviator in Henry Allen's sea i i ? x T i X AUDITORIUM TODAY AND TOMORROW BEAUTIFUL Anita Stewart i In "Mind The Paint Girl Also HEARTST NEWS (2 Days Old) Thursday CONSTANCE BINNEY in "THE STOLEN KISS" l fl ft ii il li ii A i'i i'i ii li i'i l'i ii i'i li ii ii ii i'i ii ii ii ii ii ii i i in - T yy,t t y Specials For Saturday Maxixie Chocolate Cherries Triola Sweets a The Lake Pharmacy AlN STREET PHONE 42 Z NEW CASINO Thursday, April 22nd rp '"" o "" . iV Would you take a chance and let your best friend teach your fiancee how to kiss. , on second thought perhaps, you had better see 3BV . IN And. solve this question for yourself A lln. .iiii mtV .... "As Tough as a Texas Broncho ' --The Car That "Stands Up" Texas Introduces its Wonder Car to Florida The 66TEXAM 99 Four Down in the Texas oilfields where the going is rough they needed a car that would "stand up" under any and all condi tions a car, above all else, sturdy and dependable. So two years ago the "Texan" was evolved a car de signed especially to meet this need. And the "Texan" has made good. For two years now the performance of the "Texan" has been such as to earn it the title of the "Wonder Car" and it is becoming "the" car of the Lone Star State, outstripping in sales automobiles that have been in that market for many years. Come and see the "Texan" and you will know why it "stands up" under the hardest usage; why it still is full of pep and running sweet long after other cars at its price have gone into a decline; why mighty few cars pass it on the road ; ' why it takes seemingly impossible hills on high; why its performance is as perfect on the ruttiest, muddiest roads as it is on the best stretches of the State Highway. Note these 100 per cent units The basis of any car's excellence is the quality of its units. No car at its price ever had better units than those that go into the "Texan"; the famous Lycoming Motor ; Borg & Beck Clutch ; Stewart Vacum Gasoline Feed ; Detroit Universal Joint; Timken Bearings; and every other unit of like unsurpassed quality. Every "Texan" comes equipped with over-size tires, 33x4, with a written guarantee of 7,500 miles. A Strikingly Handsome Car The "Texan" has unusually attractive lines and a finish that is superior to many cars much higher priced. Every top is tailored to fits its individual body exactly. You want a car that you won't be afraid to take any where.. The "Texan," the car that "stands up" under any and all conditions, is the car for you. Five Passenger Touring or Roadster X H Delivered Lakeland T l 1 qcl hij including war tax X EX A N SAWYER & SAWYER Florida Distributors 1 17 EAST MAIN STREET, LAKELAND, FLORIDA q DEALERS OR PROSPECTIVE DEALERS GET IN TOUCH WITH US WHILE YOU CAN SELECT YOUR OWN TERRITORY plane "Flying Fish" had expected to fly from here to the east coast across the land and mad eth estart yester day. The route mapped out was here to Tarpon Springs and then across the map showed many lakes and riv ers where a landing could be made in case of need. The plane worked nice ly when it left here and with a tail wjnd the boat made fast time to Tar pon Springs. Arriving there the plane headed east; at least that is what the compass showed and the way Lieut Lewis intended to travel. He must have gotten tangled, some how, as he drove for 45 minutes with out seeing any signs of lake and then decided to turn back. It was fortu nate that he did as he had just enough gas to ge tback to the gulf ,. "The plane must have gotten over Pasco county instead of going east from Tarpon Springs as the men in it said that they were in a desolate country and not only saw no sign of a lake in which a landing could be made, but also ailed to find any sign of human habitation. Had they been force to land the plane would have been wrecked and possible both men killed. "The trip of the "Flying Fish" across the peninsula has been aban doned and L0ut Bert Shields will take the boat around the peninsula, down the west coast and then up low, polished ivory teeth the east coast to Sprngfield. Mass. Following thu n - . . .i a icauer Lieut. Shields is now here and has been engaged by Mr. Allen to fly the plane. Lieut Lewis has left Mr. Allen's em ploymen tand will go north soon to fly in another plane. Lieut Shields, who was in the Canadian flying corps during the war. likely will come back here next fall with the "Flying Fish.." HE CAN APPRECIATE IT Says the Lakeland Telegram: "Hard to write these little pieces, with a bunch of Elks making Rome howl just outside our window, and the big perade going by, with the band blaring and the populace cheer ing. Feel just like we used to whe we were kept in after school and to'u to study, while the shouts of the kiua ! playing ball were walfted through the open window." Speaking of the Elks, sometime dur- of The Post from far-off Mnan .,.,. also ls an Elk, wrote me like this: "For the benefit of the uninformed person who wrote that sob-story I want to say that only two ivory teeth are found in each elk-one on each side in the upper jaw-and not a whole mouthful as implied in the ar- 1?',J mainderof the teh in the eiks Jaw are 80ft ljke thQse ahorse or cow, and not fit to take And my conversation with a num ber of the fraternitv swa ,L J1!' iS correct n uai an n m raim Beach Post Some of the eirl& , , . , "uuiea WQO Zt UP WOrk ln Aus tralia have aecompllshed marvelous results, hnf "weious ing .he past winter The Post printed able record is held 11 . remark" a story, and it was an interesting girI BTfag ln a story, regarding the Elks, and thehoo district. J ,11 tb Plnna- All animals require olentv of" eood Pure water. Salt ls also reauired bv all animals. Scatter rock salt about in feed yards so tha tthey can lick it at will. teeth they show for charms. The tale told of the Indian who had killed an elk from a large herd, who ap proached the victim, and continued: j "The Feeding nf rw "W-hen he reached it. the lips of title It J. l the dying elk were drawn tightly 'jus treiss.w k .u- II No- 73- double row of yel- of Agriculture. Washington S"""11 the dying elk back to disclose WILLIAMS BARGAIN COUNTER 5-room plastered house, shady yard, close in, good locality, south side. A bargain or $2,200. 7-ROOM TWO-STORY HOUSE, ga rage, extra large lot, 15 bearing Krapefrutt trees. A nice home, close In 4,500.- 10 ROOM APARTMENT HOUSE, com pletely furnished; gas, llghU, hot and cold water, ba'jis, etc.; nice location, only 3 bkeks from post office. A nice income all-year prop osition. For quick sale 16.300. lerms, $2,300 cash, bance two and three years. Aa especially good lu-acre truck farm, nit - . u cleared and part set to orange trees, on asphalt road, about 4 milei from Lakeland. 4-room house and oarn, horse, wagon, fanning uten sils and chickens. A splendid buy "tor $2,500. G- J- WILLIAMS, Evening Teleflram Phone S87 Black '