BREVARD NEWS, BREVARD, N. C.
Cleveland Ready for Big Conventions
jmiiil-IIfi li J. ' ,:M
"le i land is lli'w ;n l hi' rin for llie 1 1 n i r of lieiiiii tie e)l chosen u- i tic next national n -m ions nf t tic
IiiioiTntk- ji n 1 Wc i n I 1 i cit n iarties. The picture shows Hie new 'I v c I ji n 1 1 1'iihlie !,n!I, which 1i;is n seating
ful'iwity of IJ.OtHi. Tlie Imildiii ccM $(.(Hki,ikk and ha 1" front fntnunrs.
of pounds of crapes, l.VXM) boxes of
oninp's, apples and otluT fruits; many
tons nf ice crcanis and ices, almost
1 ,( h m i. m hi pounds of t'.nir. tons upon
ions of hreakf'ast funds. ."n.fHMi pounds
; 'f sniokin- and other tobaccos, and
' more than :," io.ihhi ci-ars ami elu
j When IJcar Admiral I'.eiisnn, ship-
pint.' hoard commissioner, at an official
... ,i ,,, f , i , ,,, , e , ., "mi; I'oarn commiss oner, ai an o ne a
Manufacturers Forgot Profits , 'T1'""1"" "' '.'T "''
and Labor Its Hules in "Nai- ih. illusion. . ,n iu!"
., . The restaurant is ioined t ,!, nin- ! 'l'rt' "as that pf.
UrailZing Dig . , ,,., W1;P..IV . ., ' ." s.bly tins s,,- I latest ship atloar
New York- -The Amernan liner Levi
a short stairway, Just three
feet ahove the court. The two. which
in fact are one, hne a combined door
had been made ton luxurious, he mikiif
-have irone a step further and tehl how
sender ship thlnj: the American lnx.
will reflect credit on 'J.'.HKi ship work-
athan. once the Hambui -Amei i( an s , patriotic workmen and manufitct urors
., , v . v.tL- ' ' ' tiliiK'st o.thNi squnre teet. As , .... ,
nterlund. w ill sail from New 1 rk , , , vl('(1 ul,tl "':i-li other in mvoin-
i ii,, ,,,. 1,1 oourt a dome of stained trlass. ....
for Southampton on her maiden m'- . plishtn that end. 1 he liner. In re-
, . , 'he center of an allecorlcal titrure. is . , , ,
h jje In our transatlantic passenger . sinning her place as the arrest pns-
tnide witliln the next four months. And
,, of niahoKaiiv.
uiien she clears Sandv Hook on ttiat
first eastward Journey' she will lu- in in lnl,r '-' oat dining ; ,lf ,ht. s rt N,.ws shipbuilding
everv sense nil American ship, a ship "'oon y ith a floor area of ll.r.f.O feet, , ,, j ,n 1(1(.k (.(imi;lnv iU11 mnn.
In the reconstruction and recondition- -"i"K lrced hy a dome of eduss, l)f un,rs pa rT j (. j ;n t tu in n-fltiin
h,K of which eyerv ,tate in the umon the deck level, the Wti- her.
lias had a share. , " 1 I
The work of recndltlonln,; the , U'n H11"' support the dome and
greatest ship that has ever sailed tin- Pillnul) mustrHtliiK Incidents In the. Homer Ferguson, president of the
der the Stars and Stripes cost the llinntTr history of the United States , company, said that the usual rules of
government between $.s..Mnumk and $.- i 11 rp prominent. The color scheme labor had been for-ctten by his em
(HHl.OOO. Two enrs up. the Leviathan, 'liroui:i:out Is light ivory and gold. pleyees. Tbe sight of an electrician
which bad transported more than WO.- Kaiser's Picture Gone. 'hammering a nail or a carpenter as-
l li H.t Amerlca'n soldiers to the war zone, ; slstmg in a w iring Job, a plumber aid
was slowly setting into tbe Iloboken
Everybody Helped Out.
filing anything but a brush, would make
Then the L-ovcrr.ment decided that it " . tu ,,, .iv,.r;ip. cm tractnr believe tbe mil-
T- . . ............ ....... . '
i lie w o en caipeis are oi mue ami
green and the curtains of green and
1... .It 1 ... I
might be good business as well as a ' ,""" b-nnium had arrlveil. Hut this hap-
t'.ne sentiment U save this ship for the ,hls r""11 ""-i- 'g a portrait of the j,tn,.(, r,,-u!arlv during the months that
American overseas passenger ti.ole. .so
, . i . ,i . ,.-,i marshal. That picture long ago disap-
the Leviathan was towed to the ards - - t
. . ,., , ,,,, ,: v peared. (iver this mantel w 11 be the
Of the Newport News Mnpbu.bbng .
,r,,l tli.. transforma- " " ....leo., inh.i.i oi
ider w a v.
There will be ;
Tlie suites ami staterooms will show
rmthbic oi, tlie sens more colli III et el V
a ,..... ,,is iviHHMnn n;!S. it oompletc change fr.-m the (Jerinan t.
setiger ship, and there will be n ship
the American standard. When tlie
trie Leviathan was made over.
"I cannot say too much in praise
of my L'.'.x'o associates in this Job,"
Mr. Fergus.-n said. "Realizing that if
the vessel was to he of any use In
our effort to put the American flag
oil the seas she had to be roadv for
the spring exodu-- to Kuropo. the work
men bent their best efforts to the task.
: 1 .. ... I. ...I .1.. ..1,1. .1 .. . . i.-
under anv hag in which the appoint- : .mu ...e s..,P me piia.e in-
meiits are more luxurious or the com- : m- !'iarters perhaps were the most Wheu thev were thmugli for i!,e d.iv
,i,-.,f,,.,,i, ,i i s- . i
forts nn-1 safeguards more numerous. "
Cutwardlv the Leviathan is the Va - in 'orl,l. In the new ship
terland of V.tl but that is about all t'd'Hcity rules. There are live simple
the resemblance. Under the ( lerman '; schemes, gray, light, buff, light
.. I irrnnn iin,l ti,, tin ..PC. lt,..i
IhiL'. and as The backbone of the A. K. iwoo-.o..,,
V 'transport tlret'she was a coal ' ,,,-,","".v ,,!,'r" ,l,v ln"rt' l"'v"te bat)
burner. In the American merchant , n-.ms in the new Leviathan than on h(ls, art(,,:.
hundreds of them would tn up back
to the ship and volunteer to keep at
it during the evenini: hours. Although
they would not admit it. i!' you ques
tioned them, they were actuated by a
patriotic desire to make the ship the
I "If this splendid Spirit had not been
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entirely changed. I inter the i.ermans i , n,,,,,:, m pooi. ,,ns
she typified to the last word the tier- ; an area of Tso square feet and a vary
man idea of the decorative art. The : i"K h'pth of from S feet 3 inches to
smoking room was as gaudy a com- ; about b feet. The bath can be sup
jiirtment as coubi be found on the ' 1'-'" '"" 'f sea water in
seven seas. The stained glass windows'-"' minu'es. 'Pi, ere are dressing rooms
recalled the glories, on hind and sea. , f'"" bathers, and adjoining the main
of the old German empire. In -the rmi and beh-w the spectators' gal-m-w
I.e iathan these artistic reminders 1,r.v lliere are special steam. Turkish
of the Fatherland have boon replaced am! electric baths.
by Mained glass panels. 4S ofv them. The Leviathan is expected to jnaii,.
fine for each slate in the nii4i, ami . 14 round trips of the Atlantic irl pj
in the center of them all the great ; months, and in the course of these
seal of the nation itself. voyages her passengers and cre.v. ac-
I iiY.irv Furvwhf-ri! ' cfriilig I the . Mimalos of the si.ip-
Tl.r t ,.il,'.. t l,,.rii ... t. l-i. 'OS 1'"'
no the iii'uio iiiiili- deck are the oiit-
,. . . .j ii pounds of lams and preserves. 'Ji'.ui-
standing features m the architectural 1 1 '
iiou po';ni oi iresli meats. i s ( K , i
f.sh. si.iHKt poinnS fif game
BRIEF NEWS NOTES
WHAT HAS OCCURRED DURING
WEEK THROUGHOUT COUN
TRY AND ABROAD
, 1 .1 i . .
service she will be the greatest oil- , '
1 T'. 1 f . . r
burner on tlie seas. ! rimm entrance f" displayed the v. -sei never wo.ihl have
The interior ilecorat ions have been th'' 'lining saloon is the l-ompeiian h(.t.u r,.:lv j t. jdlotted. The
board, will consume l . l 'jp i m h i
eggs. UlO.oiKl pounds of I. Illter. -JSUHiKi
rial hall, the pa'm
1.1 Kl I, III 1(1 poU,
f dross,., p
Around the World by Motor
a', ay been
l ' i
Gathered From All Parts Of The
Globe And Told In Short
public little realizes some of the diffi
culties w e faced. Vol! must remem
ber that the Cermans v ho built her
Wfiild not furnish us with the plans.
For example, there weie some 1 '11 mil
lion wires which w e had to 'race out,
and this tool; Weeks mill weeks of tire
some work. lr this particular phase
ovorv man stepped in and helped out.
"The v i carvers, for example.
were up against a hard proposition in
dupli'-ating pillars, tooled leather de
signs and scroM wcrk, specialties of
I'lerniaii ar'is.ms who often had spent
most ..;' a year on a 'ingle job. It
meant constant work to do these
things in lime ami 'ho eight-le-iir rule
did P.. 1 !':;.!"."
Lc.clcn Peculation Crows.
try. s.hi.uimi pounds of potatoes -jvi. LmhT. l.-- i-.c.i;.-' : I.on
' u i i p.ounds of cabbage and other vege- dmi which im l"ii, s the many suburbs
table in proportionate amount. L"Ji.- I.iii U"' the "hc:,:;i, a.iea. was fi.MS,.
lion pounds of sugar, 'jtm.iM.ki quarts of tin on I tooembcr 1 .-o-, ording to tlie
milk. 1'g tons of coffee ami tea. -gS.iNMt . estimates of t ;:. m. i : op, .; dan water
pounds of ham and the same number hoard.
The British government is consider- j
Ing whether action can be taken to
meet the representations of America
concerning smuggling of liquor in the
United States from the "West Indies.
Thia announcement was made in the
house of commons by Ronald McNeill,
under secretary for foreign affairs.
France is preparing to protest to
the? Xear East conference, when its
sessions are resumed at Lausanne,
April 23, against the concessions re
cently ratified by the Turkish national
assembly in favor of the' American in
terests headeil hy Read Admiral Colby
According to Turk sources, the Ches
ter concessions provide for the con
struction of some 2.700 miles of new
railway, which is almost double the
existing mileage in Anatolia. The
new rail lines will touch the Black
sea at Samsun and Trehizond. will
link Angora with Erzerum and wlli
include a through line from Mosul to
the Black Sea to compete with the
famous Bagdad railway.
Lord Carnarvon's remains will be
interred in the top of a high hill on
his estate and not in the family vault,
according to one of his last expressed
wishes, says an announcement. His
body was sent from Cairo. Egypt, to
Alexandria, and will he brought to
England on the steamer Herperus.
Three Russians were killed in a
flash with Japanese on Sieghalien
Island, off the Siberian coast, accord
ing to word received at Moscow from
Two attempts have been made to
assassinate Premier Mussolini. of
Italy, the news of which was consor
ed and not allowed to go out of Rome,
according to The Weekly Aux Es-
couies. i n e iirst aiiempi was maue i j
in Chill palace, while the Italian di
rector was holding a sahinet meeting.
A trooper of the Royal Guard fired at
the premier, but missed him.
Harold F. McCormick's pift to hi?
pretty 18-yearohI daughter, Miss Ma
thllde McCormick. when she marries
Major Max Oser. her middle-aged
Swiss suitor, will be a costly chateau
in the Swiss mountains, i' was leam-t-d
at Basile, Switzerland, from one
of Major Oser's confidential friends.
The Daily News' diplomatic corres
pondent states the British canine' is
consedireing the action to be taken
as a protest agair.st the execution of
Monsignor Budkicwiez by the soviet
government. lie states That the gov
ernment was possiblv recall tin- Brit
ish acent at Moscow.
Howard Carter, the American who
assisted Lord Carnarvon in finding
the tomb of King Tut-Ankh Amen and
who is said to be ill. is reported improved.
The police released 8ix of tbe seven
men detained In raids at Washington
in which radical literature was seized.
Edward J. Irvine, on whom the author
ities said they found a letter outlin
ing hopes for the spread of revolu
tionary documents among government
employees, was held on conspiracy
The failure of officials in the track
department of th Nashvile, Chatta
nooga and St. Louis railway to pro
vide sufficient ballast at the point
on its lines where a passenger train
was derailed February 26. near Cal
houn, Oa., was chiefly responsible for
the accident concerned, sofety inspec
tors reported to the interstate com-
court ami restaurant an
The social hall has :m area of 4,o."fi
square feet, ils great dome of glass
mi area of 'J.f'X' stpiare feet. Through
out this apartment, as line as any ever
built on a shin is finished in oak
panel work, from floor to ceiling. The
lighting effects are concealed in the
ceiling, am! on the walls will he four
oil paintings hy an I'alian artist of an
earlier century. These four paintings f
are among the few do. .native features s
retained fl'-'l i the time when she Was j
Under ( 1 e ! I l a ! l el l 1 1 1'ol . f ..:
When '.! I. .iv look the Lev iathan
in 1!'1T these picture- were ict hnn-
dod tendell.v. They Were ripped out.
d in some unexplained
se.-ikod with water. It
helie-wd at first 'hat they had
been ruined bevomi repair, hut in their
refini-l cd -ta'e only an expert will be
able lo i -nizf thai like tin' ship
hif'self tl.c.v nave he n made miT,
A -ta.ge '.villi all the necessary scen
ic equipment is another feature of the
The palm court or .ttirden. resem
bling the patio of Spanish cfimtries.
is another of the luxurious apartments
which is a revelation. When the Ger
mans owned the ship, it was in many
respects not unlike a high-class beer
garden. But It Is different now. Ionic The young American, Miss Vandervelde, and her brother, who are mpking
columns with lattice work in light a tour around the world lor a prize of $1 ,KK..tCK. have reached Barcelona,
green and gold give to the whole what Spain. The picture was taken on their arrival at Barcelona and sh-jws Miss
mav he described as a porch effect, Vandervelde and her brother with a moving picture photographer.
the pint of blood that he lost during tlie
Checked suits ar.d fawn-color-d p,tfs
are not so uncommon alone Bro.oiwr.v
in the forties, hut detectives with 11'
tie cither than these marks to gulch
them captured Ward J. Conklin. sough:
as a fugitive from justice in Em :.:!.'..
Kan., where it is alleged. In w x k :
two bar.ks in l'Hff and d--p.iiTci w rt,
$7a.000 of their assets.
A resolution calling on tic Fa. e l
States to accept its full share o" r,..
sponsibility for bringing about nr. ffec
tive settlement of international irob
lerns was adopted by the di-h-gaP -in
session at the thirteenth annual pes
sion of the woman's council of :1c
Methodist Episcopal fhunh. Serb., a-Mobil-.
One of the largest linse d f-inpa-nie
m the I'nitod States will skortK
airchase a 1
Announcement was made at head
quarters of the National Aeronautic
Association of the acceptance of the
state chairmanship for Georgia by L.
V. Roberts. Jr.. and of the vice chair
manship by J. V. Addicks. both of At
lanta, for the enrollment of Georgians
who believe that the time is here for
the nation to utilize aeronautics for
tlie economic advancement.
The government has decided to
launch a campaign to force illicit
whisky dealers to disgorge millions
of dollars alleged to be due the gov
ernment in taxes on liquor sales. In
ternal revenue collectors, co-operating
with prohibition authorities, have been
ordered to dig into the records gath
ered in raids and seizures for evi
dence to compel payment of the hid
t! ti revenues.
A new brand of "nut" is going
around the i otintry impersonating Col.
Theodore Roosevelt, assistant secre
tary of the navy, in a most unusual
way. The man visits clothing .and
haberdashery stores, says he is Roose
velt, orders a lot of goods sen; to
Washington, in the name of Roose
velt, gives a bogus check for the
.amount and reeeivis not a penny i",
Three general simply depots for the
storage and issuance of supplies ;i ri d
equipment for ho-pitais. vocational
training schools ami other institu ions
operated by the Veterans' Bureau, will
be maintained under plans for n or
ganization of :h" supply division, it
was announced by Hirector Hies. Tlie
present depot at IVrryvil . Md., mid
way between Baltimore and Philadel
phia, wili lit1 enlarged p -erve the
. en. ire Atlantic Coast section.
Three specialises were designated hy
the Pistiict of Columbia supreme court
to examine Harry Morse, ill at New
London. Conn., and report whether his
' condition really is such as to prevent
1 his appearance at Washington for trial
with his father on war fraud charges.
Rear Admiral Mark Bristol, Ameri
can high commissioner at Constanti-
nople, advised the state department
thai France had formerly protested to
; the Ar.gora government against the
I award of an oil concession in Turkey
i to Rear Admiral Chester, retired Amer
ican naval officer
tor. i; became known in Wal!
Petitions requesting that the name
of Henry Ford. Dearborn, Mich, auto
mobile manufacturer, be placed on
the primary Ballot of the progressive
party in Nebraska in 1924 for r-s:
dent, were filed with the secretary of
state. Omaha. Neb.
A. H. IVnfield. former i-h : o'
the Springfield lOhioV. XatioT.jI ba"k
was sentenced at Cincinnati, Ohio bv
federal judge to serve hrv y.-.r- ;r
the Atlanta federal peti'do: ! i . . r on
each of sevn counts in th" ir.d let men'
charging embezzlement, to which. h
Powder and pai: t have mad. Arm r
ica what it is today. Dr. C PW'up.ue-pro.fes.-or
of pharmacy a: C himbh
Fnivonsry. declared at thr cosme'ir
show a Ni w Cork.
American airplane speed, r ord.- to:
310 miles and tiju miles wer, nuir.enti
cated hy the contest committee oT the
National Aeronautic Association, bo'h
made by arm;.' aviators.
One million and a quarter d,
worth of huildin.g ormits. tin- gr.
amount for a similar period in th
tion's history, were taken out 'hi
out the country during Januarv F
arv and March.
The United S
announces a wa
fee-live April Hi
ployed in tin
it i.- announced in New
manuiat tuning plan'.- o!
( ompaiii' s. w nil an cop;'.
;cs Steel corpc'
- increase of i 1 '
for dav laborer-
table adjii.-tm- nt for oth i . i.-.sv es (,
labor in those plan's More than one
hundred and lit'y i horn-ami employe..--a
r eff- cteil. and the inciea-e. n is es
timatt d. vv '11 add approxi;na'el a mil
lion and a half dollars to the weekly
Following up tin- work stalled re
ceiitly. federal prohibition agents mads
2H additional raids at Philadelphia in
their de;erminat!on to "clean up iht
Governor Louis F. Hart, announced
at Spokane, Wash., that he had sent
invitations to the governors of fiv
states, having minimum wage laws
asking them to unite with him in u
call for a conference of governors to
plan a movement for the submission
by congress of a constitutional amend
ment permitting enactment of mini
mum wage and child labor laws.
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it nnu r h " o u riii. '
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St i ping, lif t in, runn ing i:p
and downstairs dries yur
La. k feci tied in painful knots?
Apply Sloan's to t hos,- sore,
tired muscles. 1 hat warm,
penetrating glow brings im
mediate c om f o r t. Almost
before you realise it th
anu stillness are gone.
causes pain - use Sloan's.
Sloan's is protection against
pain. All druggists carry it.
Sloans Umment-kills pain!
rui meumatism. Dmises. strains. chest roids
Lift Off with Fingers
-sn't hurt a hit! Imii a little-
"I ri'i-zi ii'-" in an a'-hing cern. in.stant
1 that corn stops hurting, then short
ly u;i lift li right oft with lingers.
Y--ur druggist sells a tiny bottle of
"Krct'zi'ue" for n few cents, sufficient
to remove every har corn, soft corn,
or cern hot ween tlie t. Is.lKid the cal
luses, without soreness or irritation.
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Tr.-ro re- '.or.Kr the slightest need oi
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throat and lunc diseases hy
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