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CASINO PROGRAM Week May 1-6, 22 TODAY ONLY CONSTANTS BINN'F.T —in— “THE ST.EF. I* TV A I,K FK’’ Blackmailer, millionaire, erring mother, ami innocent convent girl—all mixed up in a swift moving drama that's !I7 per cent thrill. —also — “IIE-VATIT" Twu-|mrt Comedy Admission 10 and 25 cents Shows at 2:20. 4:00, 5:30, 7:00 and S:.m. WEDNESDAY GERTRUDE HUGHES and Star Support —in— “TIIE HUNCH" A story that starts at par and skyrockets. It pays extra divi dends and laughs—lt’s different. Come see it! —also— INTERNATIONAL NEWS and AESOP FABLES Admission 10 and 25 cents Shows at 2:30, 4: (Ml. 5:30, 7:00 and 8:30. THURSDAY, FRIDAY —SPECIAL— NORMA TAI.MADGE and HARRISON FORD —in— ‘THE WONDERFUL THING” Just a madcap learning for the first time the wonderful thing that she is in love. Then a wife, heart-broken but trying to smile through the tears that come when she knows that hers is hut a money marriage after all. Norma plays a great role. —aIso— “BISTER KEATON —in— “THE PLAYHOUSE” A real laugh play. Shows at 2:30, 4:15, 6:00, 7:45 and 9:30. SATURDAY RICHARD BAKTHEEE.MESS -—in— “TOLABLE DAVID" Richard Barthelomess has made the greatest picture ot his life. Remember him in ‘‘Way Down East,’’ "The Idol Dancer” good stuff —eh? Now lie's in his own peiture and it's great. Don’t miss it! Shows at 2:30, 4:15, 6:00, 7:45 and 9:30. Admission only 10 and 25 cents Announcement Lakeland Marble and Granite Works G. L. BLACKBURN, Proprietor Artistic Memorials High’grade Marble and Granite for Monuments and Headstones Iron Fencing and Cemetery Coping ? Marble Yard and Office, W. Main St. Lakeland, Fla. HORTICULTURAL ! SOCIETY OPENS i HERE TONIGHT Phases of Citrus Industry Have Special Prominence On Elab orate Program Tfie first session of the Florida State Horticultural Society's thirty-fifth an nual meeting will be held this even ing at the Auditorium, beginning at , S :30. Large numbers of horticulturists i front all sections of the state have already arrived and every indication i points to a big convention. The Au ditorium is being decorated for the oeeasion this afternoon by the Sorosis Club, under the direction of Mrs. Geo. W. Peterkin, of the committee on arrangements. Interesting exhibits are being ar ranged, as follows: Flowers and ; foliage plants at. Elks hotel: fruits jat Thelma hotel; diseases and pesls j at Thelma hotel, by state plant board, j The Florida nurserymen, the for mer inspectors ol' the state plant : hoard, and the Florida State Florists’ : Association will all convene during i the convention of the Horticultural Society, and Thursday afternoon a I demonstration of the uses of citrus I fruits in the home will be given. The convention closes Friday, when a motorcade will he held through the county, with a fish fry at Lake Wales, extended by the Lake Wales Chamber of Commerce. Following is the program for Tuesday night and Wednesday: Call to order—Pres. H. Harold Iluurne, Glen St. Mary, i Invocation—Dr. C. I. Stacy. Address of welcome—Mayor 11. C. : Petteway. j Response for the society—l)r. .1. 11. Ross, Winter Haveni. President’s annual address. Address of welcome to former in j specters state plant hoard—ll. L. : Hammer, Tampa. Address—Hon. Frank Jennings, Jacksonville. Social hour. Wednesday, 9:30 A. M. “The Use of Tractors for Grove Cultivation”—Frazier Rogers, College of Agriculture, Gainesville. “Different Types of Machinery Used in Cultivation of Groves, Frequency of Cultivation, and Cost''—L. H. Kra j mer, Lake Wales. I “Cover Crops and Humus” —E. F. i Deßusk. Tavares. | “Grove Factors Influincing Citrus | Fruit Quality"—Geo. V. Leonard, j Hastings. “Citrus Fruit Quality”—A. H. Brown. Manatee. Wednesday, 2:00 P. M. Address—“ The Successful Growing of the Brown Fungus on Artificial i Media”—A. H. Beyer, Experiment Sta i tion, Gainesville. Address —“Satsuma Oranges” H. i K. Miller, Monticello. Address—(a) “The Control of j Thrips on Citrus”: (hi “The Correla tion of Sunspots and Florida Freezes” ! —J. R. Watson, Experiment Station, Gainesville. Address—“ Packing and Shipment of Citrus Fruits" —C. W. Barnes, Win ter Haven: J. W. Andrews, Tampa. Address —“The Control of Florida Beautiful Homes We mean real beauty _______ --carefully cultivated beauty olgroundsand surroundings. This will add largely to money value of your property. Doesn'tcostmuch and takes but little effort. Wc have a book by experts that tells how; TROPICAL. PLANTING BOOK. Write for it; it’s FREE. REASONER BROTHERS Royal Palm Nurseries Box- 157,0nec0, florida LAKELAND EVENING TEI.ECRAM, TUESDAY, MAY 2, 1922 Red Scale”—W. W. Y’others, Orlando. Address—"Another Apparently New Entomogenous Fungus From the Hammock”—E. W. Berger. State Plant Board, Gainesville. Call meeting of former inspectors, state plant board. Wednesday, 8:15 P, Af. Address—" State Beautification and Conservation"—Mrs. A. B. Whitman. Orlando. j Address —“Asparagus Phtmosa as an Ornamental"—A. E. Cline, Alta monte Springs. Address—" Making Florida Home Grounds Attractive"—W. A. Cook, Oneco. Address —“Soft-wooded Plants for Florida Gardens’’—F. W. Fletcher, Orlando. Address —"Citrus Black Fly"—Reg inald Hart, State Plant Board, Gaines ville. Address —“Protecting Florida Hor ticulture" —A. C. Brown, State Plant Beard, Gainesville. Banquet for former inspectors state ! plant board, auspices Lakeland Cham ber of commerce. Daily Fashion Hint TWO TONES OF FI’C'TSIA Women who can wear fuchsia with success must be proud of, their dis tinction. for many rare tilings are featured in this lovely color. The dress pictured is made of soft satin crepe and is embroidered in silk and braid in a tone darker than the crepe. Tlie sleeves seem particularly attrac tive. Medium size requires 5 yards 40-inch satin crepe. Pictorial Review Dress No. 9763. Sizes, 34 to 44 incites bust .and 16*to 20 years. Price. 35 cents. Embroid ery No. 12615. Transfer, blue or yel low, 40 cents. TEN NATIONAL PARKS LINKED BY GRAND CIRCLE MOTOR ROUTE HOUSEKEEPING ON A THRILLING. BIT OF ROAD THROUGH BANFF MOTOR CAMP SINCLAIR CANVON ON THE GRAND CIRCLE- I One last link, only a few miles is length, remains to be built to the 6,000 mile Grand Circle Motor Tour highway. This section will be finished by late summer to the joy of hosts of mo torists who are eagerly anticipat ing the possibilities of this tour. | What does this mean ? It means that motorists may start at Calgary, Alberta—this being a loop highway, they may start at any other point they desire—travel 'n rough the grassy foothills to the great front door of the c-nadian Rockies which is also the gateway to Die Banff National Park. At Banff a fine campsite as well as several good hotels will be found where tourists may Unger to bathe in the radium hot springs, play Slf among the clouds or fish in s nearby gtreajpjj „ .... .. HAS RAISED A NEW 1 STANDARD FOR I BAKING POWDER | Because it’s made in the most careful and scientific manner from absolutely H pure materials that remain a pure in the baking and in- | sure wholesome, healthful IH food. | Because it possesses the II greatest leavening power. g Because it is not affect ed by time or weather—it never loses its strength and never fails. Because it is more eco- I nomical —you save when I you buy it and you save J when you use it. These are a few of the I reasons why Calumet is f the standard baking pow- I der —the choice of millions I —more being sold than I of any other brand. Try it always buy it. Your grocer can supply [A pound can of Calumet contains full 16 oz. Some baking powders come in 12 oz. cans instead of 16 oz. cans. Be sure you Uct a pound when you want it. RETURNS TO LAKELAND Mr. and Mrs. John E. Melton, jr. I have returned to Lakeland to make I I heir home, after a stay of several | ' mouths in Orlando. They are 10-' rated at the Melton home on South j j Boulevard and Mr. Melton is assod ; aled with his father, John E. Melton, 1 sr„ of the J. E. Melton ft Cos., and 1 From Banff the road runs west ward to Castle, where a detour leads to lovely Lake Lcuise -:.d to Moraine Lake in its sublime set ting of the Valley of the Ten Peaks. Returning, the road as cends, by easy grades, to Vermil lion Pass, 5,264 feet, then drops down to the Columbia Valley, through the Kootenay National Park, to Lake Windermere with its delightful camp of rustic cabins and the village of Invermere. Every mile of the way through the Canadian Parks has been bnilt with an eye to easy traveling and scenic grandeur. Giant peaks rear their snowy helmets on either hand. Deer, wild sheep, elk and goat may be seen feeding fear lessly on the slopes and practically every valley cups a blue lake stocked with trout From the Di vide the highway mns through The New May Victor Records are in! Now is the time to hear them, while our stock is complete. It’s a good idea to hear them all. That tells you better how much you’ll enjoy them. Come in now. SACRED SELECTIONS The Living God! (Johmtone-O'Hara) Orville Harrold 74737 12 Come, Thou Fount of Every Bleating Olive Kljne-Elaie Baker) .cjqa in Saviour, Like a Shepherd Lead U Olive Kline-Eltle Baker/ TUNEFUL CONCERT AND OPERATIC Granadinaa (Farewell, My Granada) (Calleja-Barrera) In Spanish TitoSchipa 66039 10 Secret of Suzanne—Oh gioia, la nube leggera In Italian Lucrezia Bori 88647 12 Barbiere di Siviglla —La calunnia (Rossini) In Italian Feodor Chaliapin 88648 12 Carisaima (Penn) Frances Alda 66036 10 Love’s Nocturne (Nottumo d’Amor) (Fucacci-Drigo) Beniamino Gigli 74742 12 The Road That Brought You to Me (Hamblen) John McCormack 66024 10 LIGHT VOCAL SELECTIONS Longing, Dear, For You Olive Klinel ,.,n Rockin’ in de Win’ Olive Kline I Don’t Leave Me Mammy Vernon Dalhart). no 7 c in Time. After Time _ Henry Play that‘Song of India’Again Charles Harrison!. 0077 Those Days Are Over Albert Campbell-Henry Burr( Georgia . . _ Peerless Quartet). m 10 Oh! You Beautiful Baby Aileen Stanley Billy Murray/ Waggle o’the Kilt Sir Harry Lauder)..... , 7 Bella McGraw (Back, Back, to Where the Heather Grows) Sir Harry Lauder/ MELODIOUS INSTRUMENTAL Caprice No. 13 (Paganini-Kreisler) (Violin Solo) Jascha Heifetz 66037 10 Serenade Espagnole (Chaminade-Kreisler) (Violoncello Solo) Hugo Kreisler 66040 10 Prelude in C.Sharp Minor (Rachmaninoff) (Piano Solo) Sergei Rachmaninoff 66016 10 Waltz (Brahms. Op. 39. No. 15) (Violin Solo) Fritz Kreisler 66041 10 Walkure—Wotan’s Farewell and Magic Fire Music Philadelphia Orchestra 74736 12 Canzonetta (Godard) (Violin Solo) Erika Morini 66038 10 Waltz (from Suite for two Pianos) (Arensky) (Piano Duet) Guy Maier-Lee Pattison) ...nr . n Espana Rapaodie (Chabrier) (Piano Duet) Guy Maier-Lee Pattison/ DANCE RECORDS Jimmy—Fox Trot Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra). R q 77 in After the Rain—Fox Trot Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra / Tee-Pee Blues— Fox Trot The Benson Orchestra of Chicago! 10074 in Black Eyed Blues —Fox Trot The Benson Orchestra of Chicago/ While Miami Dreams—FoxTrot Joseph C. Smith and His Orchestral. 00711 in Tell Her at Twilight—Fox Trot Hackel-BergS Orchestra/ Old Fashioned Girl—FoxTrot (from "Bombo”) Paul Whiteman and His Orchestral . oo 7 q in Little Grey Sweetheart of Mine—Med. Fox Trot Club Royal Orchestral Bygones—Fox Trot Paul Whiteihan and His Orchestral, in By the Sapphire Sea —Fox Trot Paul Whiteman and Hia Orchestra/ My Mammy Knows—Fox Trot The Benson Orchestra of Chicago). ftA7 n in Angel Child —Fox Trot The Benson Orchestra of Chicago/ Ten Little Fingers and Ten Little Toes—Fox Trot Benson Orchestra of Chicago). M 7, .*n In Bluebird Land—Fox Trot The Benson Orchestra of Chicago/ 1 Lakeland Book Store will manage the fire insurance de partment of the firm's business. Mr. ami Mrs. Melton have many friends j lo welcome them back to Lakeland.! hitherto unopened country rtcb in scenic beauty and big game. From Inverraere it drops south, skirts beautiful Windermere and Colum bia Lakes and then winds .hrough deep-shaded forests to cross me International Boundary just nort'< of Metaline, Wash. From Bon ner’s Ferry it swings south over well constructed roads through Spokane, Walla Walla and Pendle ton to link up with the Columbia Highway at Portland. Then it drops down to pass the eastern gateway to Crater I-ake National Park, to San Francisco and Los Angeles. A detour includes Yosemite Val ley park and the return may em brace Grand Canyon, Salt Lake. Yellowstone and Glacier National Parks. A short run west from Cardston to Waterton Lakes Park is well worth while. MEMORIAL DAY FOR GRAMMAR SCHOOL (Continued from first page.) Morris, Emma Jean O'Neal, Mary Or roll, Dorothy Risbeck, Elizabeth Sud duth, Jewel Shirack, Ruth Snyder, Oniida Temples, Mary Watson, Olga Szegiowska, Bessie Mize, William Castle, Walton 1 Clark, Louis DeMilly, Raymond Hatch, Arthur Kline, Max Lee, Robert Hugh Mclllwaine, The rein Marshall, Ciaude Marshall, Er nest Mills, Donald McCollum, Gordon Moore, Joseph Neville, Josephine Pundt, William Suit, Harold Smith, Loren Springet, Thomas Waring, Harold Stocker, Bruce Campbell. GOLDEN RULE DAY Tomorrow, the members of the I.ckeland Ad Club, will hold their fifth weekly Golden rule sale. A num ber of tempting bargains are offer ed. comprising a wide range of de LISTEN: , Do you want your auto top made of A1 Sealtex Fabric? GUARANTEED NOT TO LEAK Honest Prices, High-Grade Workmanship KELLY’S AUTO TOP SHOP ' Corner E. Pine and Massachusetts Lakeland, Fla. AUCTION SALE - cf 16-ROOM APARTMENT HOUSE at 322 WEST HUNTER STREET THURSDAY, MAY 4, AT 2:00 P. M. Four 4-room apartments, with baths, closets, and every mod ern convenience. North frontage. Fine view of Lake Hunter. Splendid income property., t If you are looking for a good investment, attend this sale. The owner has assigned this property to us to be sold regardless of price or value. \ . . ;TF V ; _ EASY TERMS WILL BE GIVEN B. H. HARNLY, Auctioneer . Office 212 S. Tennessee Ave. Mrs. Mary A. Gunn, Owner sirable articles. These are in no sense “left overs,” but are either sta pies from the regular lines or bright new goods just received. The Lake land merchants are showing complete lines of charming summer wear, in cluding garments, hats, and shoes for men, women and children, and these combined with the Golden Rule bar gains will make Wednesday a big shopping day in Lakeland. EXPECTING CROWD Chief Wilson of the Lakeland po lice department, states that the de partment is intending to take as good care as possible of the big crowd expected here for the State Horticul tural Society. If the public will co operate to the extent* of exercising es pecial care while driving through the streets when traffic is heavy, and otherwise making matters easy for the police, good care can be taken of the visitors. . .