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"Sunday Morning, July 10, 1927.
CHANGE CHARACTERlJAPAN UNIVERSITIES TO U.S. TO CHANGE OFHOTEjJUSMESS Br Awioclated PMm) t r! Chicago, July 9 The character of the American hotel business may be affected in marked degree by action taken at the annual meeting of the American Hotel Association opening nere Monday, according to Secretary 3. K. Blatchford. He reported these proposals coming up: Recommendation of the ' Federal Board for Vocational Education that the hotels set aside $150,000 to es atablish training schools for employ- : Reorganization of the national ho tel association to put in on a dele- sate basis.- ., ,, Suggestion that a travel bureau be established in the "department of the interior to encourage travel in this country. Endorsement of "right name" leg islation making false registration punishable by law. . ' Secretary Blatchford said that one of the leading universities of the country was considering a course in hotel management- "Since the passing of the hotel bar with prohibition," he added, "the public regards the hotel business in a better light, and fathers and mo thers are more inclined to view it as a field for their sons and daugh ters. The need for the development of hotel executives and employees is urgent. I think if the recommenda tions of the vocational board are act . ed upon the hotels will attract some of the best talent to be had." : Other allied conventions to be held nere next week include those of the Hotel Men's Mutual Benefit Asso ciation, the Great Lakes Hotel Asso ciation, the American Caterers' As sociation, the International Stew ards' Association, the American As- (Br AMOClated Pitch) Kyoto, Japan, July 9 So that ex act information concerning the Unit ed States may be spread, in Japan and professors of Japan may carry Japanese ideas to American Univer sities, a movement k now under way by which exchange of professors may be made between Doshisha Uni versity of Kyoto and some school in the United States. A group of Americans have asso ciated themselves with several Ja panese to secure an endowment fund of $100,000 for this purpose. Doshisha was founded by the help of the American Board of Foreign Missions through the efforts of Jo seph Niijima, a Japanese who in 1864 fled from his country, taking his life in his hands, for at that time to be caught leaving the shores of Japan meant decapitation- When he returned he was prepared to tell his people something of American Chris tian civilization. OSTEOPATHS TO JAW-JAW (By Associated Presa) Cleveland.O-, July 9 The Nation al Osteopathic Association will round out a quarter of a century of exis tence with its convention opening hre July 25 A thousand- physicians and surgeons from the United States and Canada are expected for the five days' sessions. . Grand Theater Monday. The fighting blood of the Corbin find Pomeroy families, embittered as the result of a feud of long-standing is fusioned by a woman's strength of purpose in -The Thunderbolt,", star ring at the Grand theater Monday. A loveless marr.age, entered into by force on tho part of the girl and hatred on the part of the man, is brought about when Bruce Corbin, only living male member of that family, determines that he will keep his promise made to a dying father and "get the last of the Pomeroy's." The last member of the .family which Corbin hates is the beautiful sociation of Dining Car Superintend ents and the Greeters of America. if lillliiW- 'lllfC KEEPING cool' is Vl i. itt W' anyne is worth" Flikxv I g f-JJ 'more to himself and Jl MT (everybody around him MyOT 1 T'' 1 You can't afford not to. hiSfXi- 1 VV ILet ui show you the VjgqJJ Vjta - -,' v different styles of Prayer is most effective when it fs mixed with equal parts of sweat. and popular Ruth Pomeroy, played by Katherine - MacDonald. Illegal transactions perpetrated by the fa ther of Ruth place her father and the family honor in Corbin's power. His price is the hand of the girl, who is informed upon her marriage that Corbin does not "want"' her; and that the purpose of the marriage was to insure the fact that she would never be a mother, and that the Pomeroy family would die, root and branch, with her. 30 MINISTERS OVER 90 T (By Aaaoclated Preaa) Chicago,' July 9 There are thirty ministers over ninety years of age in the Methodist Episcopal Church. There is one minister over ninety eight years of age, or.e nearly ninety-seven years, and three about ninety-six years of age, according to a statement issued by Dr. Oliver S. Baketel, New York, editor of the Methodist Year Book. The oldest patriarch of the Meth odist Episcopal church, is the Rev. Seth Reed, 98 years of age, bom June 2, 1823, at Hartwick, N. Y. He now lives at Flint, Michigan, and is a member of the Detroit Conference. His entire ministry has been in Michigan, where he has been active for over 70 years, and has now a retired relation. It is said he is the oldest living minister and has the longest ministerial record of service in the pastorate- Most of these min isters areon the retired list and are pensioners: , ; Rev. Edward S. Best, . Maiden, Mass., member of New .England Conference, was born September 3, 1824, Newry, Ireland. . Those born in 1825 are: Rev. Mil ton L. Haney, Pasadena, Calif., bom Richland county, Ohio; Rev. Ammi B. Hyde, Denver, Colo., born Oxford, N. Y-; Rev. James' B. Lathrop, Greensburg, Ind., born Greensburg, Ind. Those bom in 1826 are: Rev. John H. Vance, Chautauqua, N. Y., bom Beaver county, Pa.; Rev. William S. Turner, Spokane, Wash., born Jer sey Shore, Pa- Those born in 1827 are: Rev. John R. Cooper, Eldorado, Kan., born in Knoxville, Ohio; Rev. Creighton Springer, Yakima, Wash., bora in Zanesville, Ohio; Rev. James H. Hawxhurst, Ocean Grove, N. J., born Ellenvillc, , N. , Y.; ; Rev- Joseph C, Dana, Pasadena, Cal., 1brn Owega, N. Y -' ' Those born in 1828 are: Rev. Mica iah C, Deah, Dundee, N.- Y, bora Barrington, N. Y.; Rev- .Joseph Ho berg, McMinnville. Ore., born Ger many; Rev. B. D. Jones, Greenwich, Ohio, born Cadiz, Ohio; Rev. Joseph R. Wheeler, Reisterstown, Md., born Alexandria, Va. Those born in 1829 are: Rev.' Isaac R- Vandewater, Long '"' Beach," Cal., bom Fishkill, N. Y.; Rev. Edward H. Durell, Woodburyy, N. J., born Moorestown, N. J.; Rev. James H. Moore, Polo, 111., bora Halcottville, N- Y.; Rev. J. W. Thompson, Lake wood, Ohio, born Upper Sandusky, Ohio. When the girl tells him he should not spend-so much money on her, he knows that she and her mother have decided that he will do. MASSACHUSETTS COP HAS . : . PLAN TO STOP SPEEDING ''".'.'. (By AaaoeUteS Preaat Amesbury, Mass., ., July fl "Go slow and see our town go .fast and see our jail." -:l , . This combined invitation ana a monition nosted conspicuously along the state highway has proved an .'ef fective means of stopping automo bile speeding. '': Tourists from Boston to resort in New Hampshire and Maine ps thrnuerh Amesburv in large num bers and the good-roads have tempt ed fast travelling. As the levy at small fines had no material effect on the number of speedsters, Chief ol Police Rogers- decided to pos th signs. ... , ... ,-...,!' Their effectiveness was shown by the fact that on the first Sunday the signs appeared there were no over night guests at the police station. ., , "Let R A B. DO IT." S-9-tt Batter and cheaper printing wM labor taring devices at tin New Prices From $10.00 Up Spencer Electric Company I I-C-E! When This Ice Man of Yours Sings His One-Word Song Unanimous praise is accorded his effort. It's the song that means Comfort for the family Relief for the sick Economy for the housewife. A bolck of OUR PURE ICE is a concrete bless ing, delivered at your door every day in the week at so small a cost you don't feel ihe outlay. Work your refrigerator full time with OUR ICE and you will IhaVe abetter time all the time. Southern Utilities Company The Greatest Single Con venience Ever Installed in a Kitchen Cabinet Buy Your Hoosier Now And get This $7.50 Kitchen Set and a Special Tool Compartment Tray FREE We offer four strong reasons for buying your Hoosier immediately FIRST We deliver your Hoosier when you pay your first dollar. You pay the balance a little at a time. No extra charge for thse easy terms; SECOND - You do not pay a cent more than the regular price of Hoosier. The low 1821, prices for the Hoosier prevail. These prices are fixed by the factory; THIRD During this Sale we will give FREE with every Hoosier Beauty the handsome, practical Kitchen Set and Special Tool-Compartment Tray shown above the greatest single convenience ever installed in a Kitchen Cabinet. FOURTH There is no kitchen convenience that can compare with the Hoosier. It is not an ordinary Kitchen Cabinet, but a real working center at which all kitchen activities are con centrated. A demonstration costs you nothing. It will convince you that you pay for the Hoosier in wasted energy every day you do without it- And remember, right now, you not only get the FREE Kitchen Set and Compartment Tray with this wonderful cabinet, but Delivers Your $ HOOSIER When you can win immediate free ' dom from Kitchen Drudgery for so small an outlay; WHY DELAY? EVERY WOMAN NEEDS THIS io-PIECE KITCHEN SET This is the Famous Dexter Domestic Science Kitchen Set endorsed by such emi nent authorities as: Miss Alice Bradley. Thellwell R. Coggshell. Mrs. Christine Frederick. Roy Z. Thomas.. Good Housekeeping Insti tute. House and Garden, March, 1921. New York Tribune Institute. The Special Cooking Spatula was de signed by Mr. James Scott, supervisor of industrial education, Syracuse, N- Y. Do not compare these tools with "so called" kitchen sets you see advertised at a low price. You can not buy this set or one of like quality (exclusive of tray) for less than $7.50. THESE KITCHEN TOOLS ARE MADE AND GUAR ANTEED BY THE HARRINGTON CUTLERY CO., OF SOUTHBRIDGE, MASS. THEY SELL REGULARLY FOR $7.50. This week we are giving this set free with each Hoosier Beauty And, what is even more important, we give you an ideal place in which to keep it a specially constructed tray that keeps the knives from coming in contact with each other, and thus dulling the edges. When Hoosier's big, uncluttered work-table is extended, this tray comes out with it, so you can always get at each tool easily and quickly- This feature has never before been incorporated in a Kitchen Cabinet. It is positively the greatest single convenience ever In stalled in a Cabinet. The Tray is not regular Hoosier equipment, but has been added to the Hoosiers offered dur ing this sale. The set comprises ten pieces, all of the Best Carbon Tool Steel, including six fine, sharp knives, two kitchen forks, and two spatulas. Knives are finely ground and guaranteed to hold a keen edge. Handles are fitted to the hand. They are light-weight rubberoid finish and strictly sanitary. Blades are firmly pinned in. , T You can not get this Set and Tool-Compartment Tray after this sale closes. . Right now you get BOTH FREE when you pay the dollar that sends your Hoosier home. Easy Terms Ifelverfon Furniture Co. Easy Terms PalatkaFJorida