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Right For Hot Weather Hart Schaffner & Marx put mighty good style into Dixie Weaves. They know the trick, too, of making the style hold up even in light weight fabrics. These hot weather clothes we’re selling are tailored not just sewed together. Splendid values at sls to S3O THE HUB Clothing Company Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes Some folks might think I am an egotist when I say I know more about Real Es tate than any man in this town. But I back up the assertion with proof. I cover the whole town daily in both the business and residential sections, and whether you want to rent, buy or sell, a want ad in this paper will do the trick. Hundreds are using my services success fully, and I can help you, too. Lakeland Evening Telegram CHILE TAKES A DECIDED STAND j ON DISARMAMENT Dr. Vicuna said Chile would use the I Washington conference as the basis for her program. He explained that Chile was malting an effort to bring about disarmament in South America. The commission occupied itself largely with final discussion of the three outstanding plans for disarma ment which have been before it, two of them presented by Lord Robert Cecil and the third by Lord Esher. The commission also decided upon an appeal to the thinking people of the world to assist in bringing about disarmament. Rene Viviani, for France, made an address pointing out the tremendous difficulties of disarmament under present conditoins hut said fair prog ress was being made. Lord Robert Cecil said lie felt the present meeting had done more to put a concrete plan before the world than any previous meeting of the commis sion and that the commission had ap proved in principle plans which made possible world-wide disarmament. He added that the three projects adopted would he brought before the assembly of the league of nations in September. FOUR-FOOT MODEL OF FULL RIGGED SHIP IS HEADED TOWARD COAST OF IRELAND Boston, July 7. —a tour foot model j I of a full rigged ship with all sails set | is heading across (lie Atlantic in the general direction of Ireland, according to ('apt. Thomas R. Jago of tile Ice land liner Caledonia, who has arrived j here from Manchester and Liverpool. I (‘apt. Jago reported that lie sighted the strange craft Tuesday morning off Sahel island. When sighted the model was making about five knots an hour with a spanking westerly j wind on her quarter, (’apt. Jago said. ! He examined it through his glasses but could discover no identifying marks. Tile Caledonia's officers be lieved tiie little vessel was being used in some sort of ocean experiment. SLIGHT INCREASE SHOWN IN RETAIL COST OF FOOD Washington, July b. —A slight In-1 crease in the retail cost of food in i 18 out of 22 principal cities in the United States .occurred from May 15 to_June 15, according to a statement published today by tile Department of Labor. Newark. New York, and Pitts burgh noted an increase of 3 per cent. Bridgeport, Chicago, Cincinnati, Kan sas City, Milwaukee and Rochester, 2 per cent: Baltimore, Dallas, Fall River. New Haven, Philadelphia, Richmond and Scranton 1 per cent; Portland, Me., Washington, D. C., Manchester, N. H., Norfolk and Providence, less than five-tenths of one per cent. For the year period June 15, 1921, to June 15, 1922. nineteen of the 22 cities showed a decrease. GEORGIA CRACKERS! Come to the Men’s Bible Class Room, First Methodist Church, at 8 p. m. to night. Ladies welcome. OLD FASHIONED BARBECUE AND BRUNSWICK STEW All kinds of Barbecue and Brunswick Stew cooked in our own pits by an old and experienced barbecue man. Come out and enjoy one of our old-fashioned Barbecue Din ners. Everything clean and sanitary. ■M We cater to parties, home orders and preparing meat for spe :ial occasions. CAMP COMFORT ON LAKE BONNY LAKELAND LAKELAND EVENING TELEGRAM. FRIDAY, JULY 7. 1922 GERMAN MARKS j ONLY 18 CENTS A HUNDRED TODAY New York, July 7.—German marks plunged to the lowest level in history toffSy being quoted at 18 cents a hun dred following publication of the German statement revealing an in crease_tTMl,2so,ooo,ooo marks in the paper currency last week. Septem ber, 1914, shortly after the outbreak of the war the total note circulation in Germany was 4.334,000,000 marks, as compared with a circulation of 109,185,228,000 marks last week. The normal, or pre-war price of marks was 23.8 cents each. Various reasons are_assigned by hankers for the sharp decline, among them the recent failure of interna tional bankers to agree on a loan for Germany and the apparent disposition of German government officials to continue unchecked the reckless printing of paper currency. French exchange also suffered a sharp decline, francs being quoted today at 7.92 cents, an overnight drop of 13 points. The decrease was attributed to the heavy buying of dollar exchange by French import ers, for wneat purchases and sympa thetic action with the course of Ger man exchange because of the latter's relation to rt peration payments. DISTINGUISHED VISITORS A distinguished parly of visitors stopping for a siiort time enroute from Eustis to Tampa, Thursday afternoon, * I at. the Hotel Thelma, wan composed I of Frank D. Waterman of New York j and Eustis, Lawrence G. Sloan and j Sir Napier Burnett of London, Eng land, and C. A. and T. W. Childs of ! Eustis. Mr. Waterman is president j of the Waterman Ideal Fountain Pen | Company and also head of the big | new hotel enterprise at Eustis known as the Fountain Inn, and the two noted Britishers are his special guests on a trip to Florida. The Messrs. Sloan are interested in the Eustis Water, ' Light and Po\ver Company. Tile visit j ors motored over from Eustis follow ing the ceremonies connected with the laying of the corner stone of Fountain inn. designed to he among Florida’s finest hotel buildings. It was in ac ceptance of an invitation from For mer District Governor John Turner of Tampa that the delegation made the trip to Tampa to be present at I noon today at a great Rotary gather | ing at the Hillsboro Hotel. Mr. Sloan j is a former president of International Rotary and is at present European di rector of the L. E. Waterman Com pany and head of L. G. Sloan, Ltd., Kingsway, London. Sir Napier Bur nett is a distinguished Britisher, being acting director of the Red Cross of England and a physician of great prominence. During the World War he was exceedingly active in the ogani zation of hospitals for the wounded soldiers, being knighted by King George in recognition of his outstand ing services. Incidentally this is the first visit of Sir Napier to the United States. His impression i are those of magnitude of resources, of population, of enterprise and he was particularly interested in the citrus industry with “All Bread is Good Bread, but Mrs. Caster’s Bread is Better Bread” There is no member of the family that will not feel better for eating bread, especially if it is our bread. We use WASHBURN CROSBY’S GOLD MEDAL FLOUR * * * You can purchase our bread at all the leading grocers * * * Mrs. Caster’s Home Bread Shop Phone 506 Red special emphasis on the few banana plantings he hail seen on the ride from Eustis. Both gentlemen arrived in New York on the Acquiania last Fri day only to find their friend Mr. Wa terman was in Eustis. They forthwith continued the journey to Florida, ar riving in Eustis in time for the laying of the Fountain Inn corner stone. At the Tampa Rotary gathering today the chief speaker was Mr. Sloan, who stressed the idea of Anglo-American friendship as being the paramount thing in our national life because of its influence in firmly establishing and preserving world peace and good will. The party left Tampa early this afternoon, passing through Lakeland enroute to Eustis by way of the Ridge country and Orlando. Los Angeles, July 7.—The Famous Players-Lasky Corporation has es tablished a motion picture school for its actors and actresses here and has stipulated that any "pupil" who fails to maintain 75 per cent standing in classes, attendance and general de portment is liable to dismissal from You Can Buy These Brands of Flour and Feel Safe HBIRDSEY’S BEST Plain Super Grade “IT’S THE BEST” Every Sack Guaranteed Gibson Plott Company Wholesale Distributors the company. Every member of the Paramount Company, which is owned by the cor poration, is eligible for admission to the school. ‘‘Unlike the student body of most schools,” reads a pamphlet outlining the work, “the students in this company are persons who already have established reputations in their life work of acting for the screen. Therefore, the purpose of the school is not to instruct in the fundamentals of screen art, except as such instruc tion may correct minor faults, but to IF YOU ARE HURRIED FOR TIME Don’t worry. In order to take care of our many patrons, we have decided to keep our institution open in the evenings until 6:00 p. m- We urge you to take advantage of our Savings Certificates. You can buy them in any denominations and they pay 6% per annum. • People of moderate incomes will find here a service of real benefit. INDUSTRIAL LOAN AND SAVINGS . INCORPORATED Dyches Bldg. Phone 800 - ■ :■ : 1 broaden the working knowledge of the members of the company to the end that they may increase their ver satility and have a wider outlook on their art." Two pages of the pamphlet are de voted to rules and regulations for members. Among the regulations are: WANTED —Good bench hand for to night only. Apply at Federal Bak ery, or phone 498 before 7:30 o’clock.