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THE ICE BOAT TAKES PLACE OF ICE WAGON
FOR KENTUCKY RIVER FRONT TOWNS
Rockport and many other towrfs along the Green Rjver, in Kentucky,
have no ice plants, and the only chance for folks there to get ice during the
hot weather is from the iceboat, which makes regular trips up and down the
river. Everybody is his own ice wagon, as only retail sales are made, and
there are no deliveries beyond the wharf where the boat ties up.
"Do von know, whenever I'm at a
high place I feel that I want to
"I feel the same way, old man,
whenever I'm at a high place with a
big board bill to meet."
To help the New York board of edu
cation handle the "girl question,'
Miss Elizabeth Burchenal has organ
ized The Girl's Branch of the Public
School Athletic League. She has
started 360,000 girls playing every
thing from hockey to pin ball.'
Of the emigrants leaving Ireland
during the year 70 per cent were des
tined for the United States and 2iy2
per cent for Canada. From the pro
vince of Ulster there were.12,392 emi
'grants, or 40 per cent of the total.