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5 > Image 5 of The Kentucky Kernel, April 19, 1917

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THE KENTUCKY KERNEL. LEONARD HOTEL FIRST CLASS CAFE For Ladies and Gents We make a Specialty of Live Lobsters, Crab Meat and Reel Foot Lake Fish and Frof s CHANDLER SPEAKS ON SINGLE TAX SYSTEM Consumer C. P. Calloway & Co Basketball Supplied Sweaters, Kodaks 146 WEST MAIN STREET ' Bears Burden of Tax Reform Is Necessary The Phoenix Hotel LEXINGTON, Really Part I FAULTS KENTUCKY. ARE SHOWN "Congested housing, high rent, and bad conditions existing in our rural districts aro traceable to our present Respectfully Solicits the Patronage of University tax system," said Alfred N. Chandler, of tho Single Tax Service League of people. JOHN SKAIN, Manager. Now York City in' his talk upon tho subject of tho Single Tax, boforo tho student body In chapel, Tuesday morning. WHEELER TO DELIVER "The Single Tax is a scientific sysGRADUATION ADDRESS tem of taxation which is successful in foreign countries," said tho speaker, Dr. Benjamin Ido Wheeler, presi"and why cannot we have such a sysof the University of California, dent tem here? In this country we tax has accepted the Invitation of Presieverything in sight and things out of dent Darker to deliver tho commenceWc are prepared for you . sight, and why? Wo say wo need tho ment address to tho graduating class money. Industry is thus penalized as JWe have a splendid line of June 7. Dr. Wheeler Is considered If It were an epidemic. It is against one of the leading educators of the all dictates of justice to tax one man West and an able speaker. because he is putting his property to a useful purpose by building upon it NEW OFFICERS INand not to tax another man because STALLED BY Y. W. C. A. he does not build upon his land." Mr. Chandler continued by giving Installation of new officers and of examples of the countries in which the new cabinet was held at the regthis system has been adopted. He ular meeting of the Y. W. C. A. at pointed out that all of the cities Tn Patterson Hall, Sunday evening. Miss the western part of Canada have been Linda Purnell, of the as- under this law for some time and that sociation, led the meeting and introlikewise, Australia and New Zealand 111 IAST MAIN STREET duced the new president, Miss Lelah use this system of taxation. LEXINGTON. Gault. Miss Gault in turn introduced KENTUCKY. "All things that are now taxed are her now cabinet and each one upon the products of toll," said Mr. Chand being presented told of her line of ler, "and labor should never be taxed work and what she hoped would bo READING BY MISS The present taxes upon our buildings accomplished during the remainder of DULEY IS FEATURE and department stores are made up in OF HORACE MANN this year and on into next year, if the the higher prices and the consumer girls stood loyally by the association really hears the tax. This Is not as The Horace Mann Literary Society and worked for it, for the University It should be." held its regular weekly meeting last and their fellow students. The speaker argued that the buildThe meeting was very impressive, ings Thursday evening at 7 o'clock" in Pro of the city would be more unifessor Noe's room in the Education as there was no illumination during form under the single tax. A skyBuilding. Professor Noe gave an In- the service except the long candles scraper would not be built next to a teresting discussion of music and held by the girls and which they had 'small shop and great composers with Illustrative rec lighted from that of the ords on his Edison machine. TO GIVE DANCE. Miss Vennie Duley gave a reading "Molly of Eleanor Abbott's MARRIAGES The Owensboro Club, composed of A discussion of the Ora students from Owensboro and Daviess torical Contest for the $20.00 Barker 4.4. Prize, which will ibe held on May 3, County, will give its annual dance in LYLc GORDON. Buell Armory, Saturday afternoon, concluded the meeting. The program for next week will be April 21, from 3 to 5:30 o'clock. The Miss Judith Lyle and Angus N, the biography, readings, and criticisms various committees are hard at work Gordon, of Lexington, both former &tuof Sidney Lanier. Visitors are cordial- making arrangements for. this affair dents of the University, were married which promises to be one of the best Friday evening at the home of the ly invited to attend. dances of the year. Officers of the bride's mother, Mrs. J. G. Lyle, 306 club are: Floyd PROF. JONES SPEAKER Elizabeth McCarty, Potts, president; East Maxwell Street. Only a few vice president, friends witnessed ceremony, the AT MOUNTAIN CLUB and I. C. Graddy, secretary-treasurewhich was performed by Dr. Edwin Muller. The young couple left im The Mountain Club entertained with WRIGHT VISITS ALMA MATER. mediately after the wedding on a a delightful party Thursday evening, bridal trip. They will live here, Mr. April 12, in the Y. M. C. A. rooms. A Capt. W. F. WIright, Company L, Gordon being an official at the 'Exlarge number of "mountaineers" were present and many friends from other Second Regiment, who was graduated periment Station. parts of the State. The president of from the University in 1914, has arrived in Lexington to meet this comSTRODE DIXON. the club, Mr. 'Fishback, and the Miss Blair, were in charge pany which is being mobilized here. Ho visited the campus Tuesday mornMr. and Mrs. L. Gay Strode an of the entertainment. After a short social meeting Pro- ing, renewing old friendships. Last nounce the engagement of their fessor T. T. Jones gave an interesting summer Captain Wright was lieuten- daughter, Mary Evans, to Mr. Paul and inspiring talk on the mountain ant of a machine gun company on the Everett Dixon, of Bowling Green. The in his wedding will be a .beautiful event of people. He told of many quaint char- border. He was prominent acters he had known In the old days work in the University, and is best May. Miss Strode is tho only daagh f of tho ter of tho home. She is charming and before the coming o the railroad remembered as a superficial culture 1914 "Kentuckian." attractive and a favorite with all who had brought know her. Mr. Dixon is attractive which destroyed the local color of the and popular. He Is a prominent "Baccer He described VOLUNTEER SAND TO MEET. mountains. young attorney of Bowling Green, havJuice" and "Coonskin" and "Sooter All students interested In mission- ing graduated two years ago from tho Ike," a "man of honor," who had sen He many men to their accounting before ary work aro urged to attend the Law College of the University. their time, and who feared that the meeting of the Student Volunteer Is a member of tho Delta Chi fraterrailroads would bring in a "mighty Band at Patterson Hall Sunday after- nity. The marriage is the culmination of tough class of people." There are noon at 2 o'clock. Dr. John J. Tigert now better roads and better schools will address the band on "The Place a happy romance since college days but the day of the unlocked smoke- of the Bible in Student Volunteer and Is of much interest to the host of young friends of tho popular couple. Work." house is gone forever. WELSH & MURRAY A Metropolitan Hotel NoJMatter How Hard Yor Are To Fit PRINTING CO. INCORPORATED. College Stationery, Engraving and Die Stamping, Frat and Dance Programs 124-1- N. Limestone 28 Lexington, Ky. Exquisite Corsage Bouquets "Wc Make Them Prettier" New Spring United Special Suits at John A Keller Co $16..50 FLORISTS INCORPORATED. 123 East Sixth St. Phone 945 Y JEFF HARRIS, our U. of K. Representative LEAVES ARRIVES LOUISVILLE LEXINGTON 8:15 A. and 5:20 P. M. 10:55 A. M. M. and 8:00 P. M. A Limited Train For First-Clas- s Travel Vestibule Coached with Pullmans and Diner TO YOU: HAIR CUT 15C Except Saturdays SHAVE 10C GEO. T. 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