. Florists' review [microform]. Floriculture. ,^-. Ad«08T 28, 191». The Florists^ Review 2B. Officers of the Chicaffo Flower Grower*' Aasociation and Their Associates Off for Detroit. first inspections and for conference with jobbers. He is thought to have modi- fied his ideas when he saw the size of the job. The outcome-, of the Chicago confer- ence was that Ohief Glenn arranged to inspect at Chicago all bulbs destined for Illinois consignees while in the hands of the jobbers, thus obviating the neces- sity of chasing the shipments all over the state. What he will do with ship- ments direct f

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. Florists' review [microform]. Floriculture. ,^-. Ad«08T 28, 191». The Florists^ Review 2B. Officers of the Chicaffo Flower Grower*' Aasociation and Their Associates Off for Detroit. first inspections and for conference with jobbers. He is thought to have modi- fied his ideas when he saw the size of the job. The outcome-, of the Chicago confer- ence was that Ohief Glenn arranged to inspect at Chicago all bulbs destined for Illinois consignees while in the hands of the jobbers, thus obviating the neces- sity of chasing the shipments all over the state. What he will do with ship- ments direct from New York, which can- not be inspected at Chicago, was not an- nounced, but probably will depend on what the Chicago inspections show. It is hoped that a little experience with bulb inspection, a new subject, will show that the foreign certificate can be relied on and the procedure here much simplified. OLADIOLUS SOCIETY'S AWABDS. The exhibition of the American Gla- diolus Society in conjunction with the S. A. F. convention at Detroit, as indi- cated in last week's telegraphic report, called forth more competition in the open classes than in the non-commercial classes. Special award of honorable mention was made to the following: United Bulb Co., Mt. Clemens, Mich., for varie- ty Wisconsin; H. E. Header, Dover, N. H., for variety Lily White; J. F. Mun- sell, Ashtabula, O., for Seedling White No. 1; A. H. Austin Co., Wayland, O., for variety Evelyn Kirtland; Jelle Boos, Milton, Mass., for varieties Mrs. Dr. Norton and Mary Fennell; Grullemans Co., Avon Lake, O., for splendid achieve- ment in hybridizing primulinus; Vaugh- an's Seed Store, Chicago, on excellent display; Pittsburgh Cut Flower Co., Pittsburgh, Pa., on trade display. Awards in the open classes were as follows: Best oolleotlon. twenty Tarieties, three spikes each, named—C. Zeestraten, BemiiB Point. N. Y.. flrat; United Bulb Co.. Mt. Clemens. Mich, sec- ond. T '^?''je rarietJes, three spikes each, named- Joe (&