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Kentucky Irish American. (Louisville, Ky.) 1898-1968, June 18, 1921, Image 4

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Your Grtfeer and Restaurant Man
' FOR
Ge-Botts' Original
KREAM FRYDCAKES
Louisville
Cream Fried Cake Co.
INCORPORATED
Home Phone, City 809
J. B. STRAUSS & CO.
MAKERS OP
STRAUSS CLOTHES FOR MEN AND YOUNG MEN
"FROM MAKER TO WEARER"
23C SOUTH FOURTH AVENUE LOUISVILLE, KY.
COAL REDUCEDMAY DELIVERIES
Wlltoa JcUIco Lump $8.25 West Virginia .Lump .. $8.25
Harlan Lump ..$8.25 Tnylorf Lump ............. $7.00
Hazard Lump . $8.25 West Kentucky Lump ...$7.00
85 costs per ton les3 than above prices If coal Is dumped not shov
eled off.
Byrne & Speed Coal Corporation
ZNOORFORA.TRO
315 Guthrie. Street. , Both Phone 315.
BUY NOW
WRITE FOR OUR PLAN ,
Motion Pictures, Church, School, Home
GREAT SOUTHERN FILM CORP.
Fourth Floor 42& South JJpnrtli Strce
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The Goose on "Wrapper Is Assurance 1 bat
Magic White Naphtha Soap and Magic Flakes
Are the Original. Manufactured By
MAGIC SOAP OOMPA3STY
INCORPORATED .,..,
1801 Story Ayomie. Louisville. Ky.
STEHLIN'S BAKERY
KMPHTS' COSTLY HISTORY.
PRESTON AND BURNETT
Ilotk Ehones
STEIN'S
Lowest Price Market in the City
S. W. Cor. Twentieth and Bank Streets. .
o. o. sE&Erorois: & co.
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY
AH Kiadi ef Billiard Room Supplies- Chalk, Tips, Cues,
Cloth, Balls, Cushions.
'Both Phenes, 9676 1 1 3 South Fifth Street
1 1 i i raegae w i ,, I., ' '
The costliest book of history,
with the largest- number of col:
laborators and destined .to havo tho
widest circulation of any history
text book, has been undertaken by
tho Knights of Columbus. At the
flrBt historical convention of tho
K. of C just concluded In Chicago,
It was decided' to prepare, regard
less of cost, what will probably be
the first complete history of the
United States from colonial times to
the present, free from propaganda
or "personal tinterpretatl.on" of any
kind. Joihn H. Reddln, Supreme
Master of the Fourth Degree mem
bership of the K. of C, under whose
auspices the now work wdll bo done,
is now surveying the country to
eeloct famous authorities on Amer
ican history to serve on a national
K. of C. historical commission to
prepare a' cycle of twemty-four
pamphlets dealing with critical
phases of American history, wMch
pamphlets will later bo gatlhered
Into a book with an ample bibli
ography appended,
"Men of diverse racial extraction
and religious denominations will be1
selected for this important work,"
Mr, Reddin states. "No miatter What
the cost, and my estimate to that
in time end labor and matrials our
plan will run into an expenditure
of from $500,000 to $1,000,000, the
best historical braftis Of the coun
try. The experience of the Knights
of Oolumbus throughout tho coun
try Is that most text books of
American liistory err In Important
facts or contain unwarranted un
American propaganda. Our aim is
to give the truth, the whole truth
and nothing but the truth, and we
shall distribute those historical
pamphlets in millions .to all schools,
colleges, legislatures and .newspapers."
Camp Taylor Hospital Area
Consisting of lOO Buildings and Their Equipment
and 90 Acres of Choice FertileLand Will Be Sold
AT ABSOLUTE AUCTION
Beginning Tuesday, June 21,
And Continuing Daily, Until Land, Buildings and Equipment Are Sold
The eqipment in these buildings was the best obtainable and compe
tent judges say that the lumber that went into the construction of the
I buildings in the Hospital Area was by far the best quality of material
used in any part of the Cantonment.
Plumbing Equipment Heating Equipment
JUSTICE WHITE STATUE.
BOTTLES
When .you have bottles to sell see u. When you want, to buy, bottles we
have a large toek of all kind.
F. W AliWJSS & SON
6SH-698 Febr Avenue
Both Phones Public sentiment m Louteianai fa
vors ,uio Honoring oc .tne loco umi
Justice. Edward Douglas WlAbe as
one of Ms UluetrJous sons by plac
ing a statue of Wm In Statuary
HalK in the Capitol at Washington.
Senator Ranedell approves the' pro
posal", and it doubtless wHU be for
mally submitted to the State (Legis
lature when it convenes for the
next session. May 9, 1922. IraW
aoa has never availed herself of the
privilege of placing- statues of any
of her statesmen, heroes or other
benefactors in the national hall of
fame. Under the law each state sa
entitled to be represented by the
statues of two persons "wiho have
been citisens thereof and UAnetrSoue
tor their ihiaierie renown, or from
distinguished oivie or miMtary serv
ice." The. death of OMef Juetjce
White. 4ww revived, the dicttoa of
the subject and tt seems eertahi to
result! In the seieclkm ot wo- wp
roooatatlve IxuvMauiafl for the
permanent pubHc reoognJtSonv
The plumbing fixtures are of the belt quality obtainable.
There are many porcelain slop sinks, porcelain surgical sinks,
porcelain toilets and porcelain urinals, as well as numerous
toilets with white enamel tanks of the low reservoir type, and
bnth tubs, all complete with the latest fittings.
THE BUILDINGS
The buildings are of various sizes, ranging from those a
few feet square to large double wards 98x157, and single
wards 24x157. v
These buildings are constructed of excellent material.
The joists and . rafters contain many high-class ' dimension
timbers. Practically all of the buildings are supported on
long cedar posts,
The long corridors connecting the various hospital, wards
are all inclosed with glass and the expense of wrecking these
buildings is comparatively. sma'll and the percentage of mafe
rinl that can be salvaged ishigh.
This Will Be the Last Opportunity
toSecuee Camp Taylor Lumber and
Equipment at Your Own Price,
You have heard of tho bargains that wore purchased at
the sale of the main, camp.last month. .This is your lastucha'nce
to secure a bargain for yourself.
..There will be sold four 150 H. P. Henry Vogt Tubular
Boilers, complete with all setting and covering brick, with
stacks, breeching headers, full flush front, trimmings, etc.
There is approximately 120,000 feet of 38-inch 3c radia
tion, with improved valves, traps and return system under
ground. The 4-inch, 6-inch and 8-inch pipe connecting the various
wards is all inclosed with hair felts, air cell and heavy water
proof paper and is in the best possible condition. There are
about 20,000 feet of 3-inch, 2V&-inch and l-inch uncovered
pipe. (A chart showing the units in which this radiation will
; tbe sold, .will be mailed upon application.) '.
THE LAND
. .The land on which the buildings stand has been subdi
vided into small farms, ranging in size from, three to eleven
.acres. These tracts are just a few feet from tho Preston
Street car lino and run along Durrett's Lane to tho street car
loop, near the new location, of the Kentucky Desk Company's
"factory. This soil is highly productive and will give hand
pome returns to tho farmer or truck gardener who buys it.
With the splendid asphalt roads leading directly to the city
markets his expense for hauling will be very sinuli and his
profits correspondingly large.
The Government at a largo expense improved this land
with water mains and sower and these conveniences go with
the property. ,
Tho land will bo, sold one-fourth dow;n, if desired, and
the balance. in ,one' and two years; title insurpnea pdlicj' free,
to each purchaser. ' ' ,s-
REMEMBER THEDATE, TUESDA Y, JUNE 21, 10 A.M.
And Plan to Take Advantage of these Unparalleled
Bargains in Buildings and Small Farms.
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Louisville Real Estate and Development Co.
D. C. CLARK, President.
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Stark Building.
Sales Agents War Department, U. S. A.
OTTO J. OITE'R
ODY BUILDIR AND WHIILWMGHT "
CA A1TO THUGTC ,B0DIM A IPBOIALTT
VA&UTT WOODWORK " R31MIltDfa
MS EAST IWB890K M ' BOMS KfCVM, OtZX
TIBCEIVIJD pIPLOMASr
The Ujreultae Academy commence
ment exercises were held Thursday
iwalng L $U Mwtfn's Han. Shelby
ad Gray. .when, twwiy-elrbt io
oesaful pupate received. mpKHnfes
and .honors. Rev. Hatter, Dwonwde
uwrvywd tH adarM ana auw
Haw Beidar spoto -en "Awfirfea's
DeJ ,te Oattelieltjr'. Mm. AWN
IMm' wm Ui, saiMiiitot, sad,
M3m Carolyn Hayden the valedlc-
tortan. Those reeoivlBg Upkms
were Misses Carolyn Hayden, Agnes
Mastner, BJeaoer Reider, Oeoevieve
uauer, xKMns, uuwtagerr jBWMeetn
Deatltoger, Thareea JVkrina, Miary,,
Gretobaum: Bkle Krebs: MaroeHa'
Koerog, Kathleeo. Hemaa, Mar
Irarct Maroelta, BHsabeth JUtwert,
Aentlda. 8cbenkeifie)ir, , Catherine
Sofcwtr,Mftrart fcheaaeer. Lwsoa
8BUltv ftUroeU mme. h
Wm)c, OUmUmUi IMriefe. Doethy
wip, aetfc I:
Crone, Irene Gfmple, Agnes Lander,
Aaoes Seng, Valarie Yesolles and
Itosslee Wlggtne.
CirAWiALV KEIiLEY IfOXOItED.
SOMB PART.
Teacher tMa yor fattier- take
any part in the. late great war, Bob
blT. Bebbie 1 just guess .he, did.
"Whet did he do?"
"Htape4 tfee, baae 4cm M the
towa haad.wtei Ue,,heo..aMa4
aW, waSajn,''
Rev. Francis A, Kelley, aesfittant.
pMor a-t St. Mary's Church at
Qleas TsMe, has been presented with
a eonapteuouB eeryloe croea by the
New York State LeoMature. jRev.
Fatbfor KeUey wae former aaaktant
paeW t St. Mary's ofcurch ot Troy,
and, iww former Fighting Chaplaie
ot the Tweaty-Seveath. IMvferioa du-r-taS
Mm World War. The epotw ht
Ipraeeiianil. for four cktattooa ree4rd
4HatT tember and Qateher ta
191S while on. the flrlngf1 Une3 with"
the dtvlfloln. Tho crose 4a soUd 4l
vor .wttli a coat ot arm3, of Aba
State of. Now York to the center,
Buspendod by a ribbon Whose- center
la red, whtte andi bl-ne.
BISHOP, BOYliE.
T.he coneeenatoin ot, IUgk Ear.'
Hsgfh 3oyie m Btehop ot JWe
bttrii. wiM take .pbwe la., the Cata.',
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