New Castle News, January 28, 1921, Page 24

New Castle News

January 28, 1921

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New Castle News (Newspaper) - January 28, 1921, New Castle, Pennsylvania scon tin nod and r(»nutation wit} of Course, I) ‘<*11 < tLink mon* of our MORTON SAMUELS, Prcs.denl Newark Shoe Stores Co. DANDLRlNL ANEY’S Bl CE.T & BEST I ’FuBaITURE STJRt If • W |Cm(1« « UAS FURNITURE of ■ ■ all Purposes at the Prices you like to Pay Cash if you have it! High Cost Living Cut BREAD—BREAD lie a Loaf He a Loaf COOKIES IS, Dozen 18c Dozen 18c Dozen Kver> thins In The Bake I iru-Set me thing New In L akes D1 Ml '8 DREAM DE1.1SHE‘SLAYER 8U \\ R AND GOL D PACk AGE OCR SPECIALTY    ANGE1    FOOD R. H. Wyrie Baking Co Corner 1 a>t and Neahannock MAN XNOKTtl $ 1 00,000 1 l\t > IN HIT. I SLS 11 il I \K MX x t \R-S «    ■>;    .»    -,    •*    -,    •;    rt    "i    *    SI Mall t in all \ » .1 i »    *    •    1 > îh.u l»U ‘-e \v (M’k ( '    ° I,, mtia, !• t OHN h»»« IHltl HUld «he «’(Ml sn « u r.om\ • n ewM f fttaml U* pul VIB HMi he nil * It*N \ 1*11« Hrou ho « am«’ Im a huhhl«’ ’iMwiio \ ot* hut O d.M^u t Alvt-AS* t’tini«' fruiti Mow (M»; vom own Mm n s I ,! ftnMl > M IK ‘ O'tr ♦ }l( ill Ut nhtp *ot vx ìli * itti* b* , * j Ht >«’i i « ■ I lo . h’'»«’ *h*W tl or material j 1, Î « 'd It '    '*p. ! iUlonn (MV n T lo " • ; „lulorhhMlur. er thorn hy <}orm*»i, | I m t th mut *’>’»« :    a    "''    "»iu» ì î nmmi n mi \ n rrrrr^rm m ta t îv^'tthth r m u 111 n u n u; uiililTi You Are Still Welcome To Joti Our Christmas Savins Clubs Peoples Savings & Trust i 0 TWENTY FOI'TtNHW CASTI.H NFWS, FRIDAY, JANUAKi 2H^192t. Electrical Wonders for New U. S. Battle Cruisers Conooi\ e ’ power plant, consisting >f four turbine generators, capable Af creating 180,oeO horsep-ow« r or enough electri energy for e.xa<. •pl^ 10 supply all the no-mls of ci*y tbou the size of Host( li. Mass.. conoen o eigtLT el<H*tric motors,. 18 feet high, weighing about 200 «ons each, three miles of electric abb wo'ghimg - 1,-500 pounds and sixteen huge «*il tir-fvtl steam boilers, and one \vi ■ }    ■■■ • *’ n partial    idea of wlin *    it tnk*. •'    •' drive on"    of the Navy s    nev. li * six battle    cruisers now    build ng Then consider the ship as a bulk of steel and armor-plate weighing 43,5 00 tons, and think of this mass being driven through the water at the express rut«.' speed    of nearly    -u< miles per hour and you have a she a conception of the power of one i . These now vessels. Most Powerful in World, Says I uui-neor of Nav y Ttieso ¡¡re some of the big on* standing electri« al features of thè countrv's now first line «*f national dofonse which have caused thè chlef of thè Bureau of Kngineering of thè Navy to daini that thè clectrìcal propulsion of thè six battio crilisers, represents by far thè greatest borse powor per sliaft lìtut bus ever been Project ed in any marine installai ion irrespective of thè tvpe rf motivo 5H« wer. Bear in mind now tha? «bis grea? power, tremendeus as it 1s, 1s as* d onlv for thè attuai propulsion of thè vossei and that 2 plants cadi of ahi «ut 2,000 it ■■ -P of addi ti onal energv are aìso carri ed with w ht h to operate thè hiuvlrd-’ of eie. tri- al devices on bearti sthip t e< ?i;. ligbts boat wiiiches. oraiies, s*<“-ring g«i;u an eh or wiudlass, fan«, blowers se iixhlights.    si guai**    telephon* v laundrv equipment, machinc op, carpenter shop, kttchen apparata« ammunition hoists, firing apparatus. etc. The weight of the elect deal pro pelli n g App a rat il«.    about id" ‘ toils er only 1 30th of the total weight of the ahlp The total weight of all electrical generating ami c<>n . trol apparatus will be 1,70c tons I nfold Stretiglh and Power The «trength of one «*f these new electrical monsters may be ÎHits* rat sn yet another • art ling n 1 '* Th flry see •' J Ui p'P«*d W'p * 1 5 f«W in diamet. r. ha ' . r ’ an f • 'non md w.ughing many tons each At full T.. .-d • !i  prop*Her« against tit»' t rem en loua r**s «tance « ’ the W«t# ■ It a Speed of :    0 re ohi ’ions per minute >>r mo ro than luti<*ns P*'!‘ S«* sir..I which , 180.POO h p Tit e following statisti al U \ «ovv s th*. main feut u■    •'*    f n'hi« name« of the ships will b* lafxlnglon, Con «tel I at Ion, Saratoga. Hanger, Con dilution and    l nlted i StAtew.    ,    . , The design of the electrical me chin err for four of them Is n«w pro granai n g under the Huporvlelon of w I, K Km met, consulting engln^r of tiho General KUv'trlc Com puny, Mr Km met, being the same man who ad V oca ted the principle* of electric drive, was m»trumental ln Um adop tion M our government and who doHigned the fit î ebMtie drive jn ataltatiou in the lire I'ho \e%\ ItrtHleshlp«. In addition tO [h,> new battle cruise. . ineul ioned, the Navy « alw» building six b it t |e hip* Which w ill have a «baft hoi «mower of fiO.uOo double exist In g in t a Hat ion« for a battleship, and will contain electrical featur« « quite ¡ih rema! kable iti their wav uh those proposed f"r ,Ì!,‘ hu! tie <*rui er ela H    ... The main characteristic* ,)f new battleships are i< » follow ■ 1/Otlgtb. <*K« Boa tn,    1 C» fe«*t. I»! .ift, 33 ft Weight. 1 3 000 ton Speed, 2 2 knots. No of profiler«, t 1 Shaft I! p . 00 “00 Main turbe g* nei iltol Main profiler motor -    « \UX turbi* g* I! erat ora, 8 Boiler«. I 0 The e -P ips will be known m * * .South Dakota, IdiatiA. Mon‘.*n * «sforih ('arolina Iowa and Miom." hu M«ttsProfession No matter how good or complete a stock d drutjs and sundries may he a pharmicx i«-ferior if a professional sendee •«• lackine \X e realize that the professional element counts so we employ men with scientific knowledge retjardinu drugs and those who arc skilled u properly compounding and d spen-tng themHainer Drug Co.207 East W ash ngton Street. Catarrh Disfigures —Clear Lt Up ftlrnufifi-Sirfilibrrg (£o. Youngstown'» Depcnda.ble Stops YOUNGSTOW N. OHIO. Announce the Greatest Sale in Six Years! BASEMENT STORE’S Reports Game In Profusion ,\« < .<1 *li»«g *<» I\T»gll*h»fi*n I **( %frir« t«i n I'iiradi«h» I <*r th»* »1 »»**f-of Wild I film.«!» 6th ANNIVERSARY SALE Begins Tuesday, February, 1st. MERE words cannot commence to convey the importance of this sale for we have spent weeks preparing for this event    fl. 0„r Basement Chief and h.s .tab of buyer have .orrmed he markets for I list those things needed tn your daily life I nev went on the -ip , manufacturers and their agent „ demanding even more t..an an u 1 "    ^    ,    , could give Did they succeed' Yes. even surpa smg -ur r. me. ^^tat.o Case after case of seasonable merchandise has arrived and there is assembled A Wonderful Program Of 6th ANNIVERSARY VALUES •    (    »    .    .    • V-. .    r~...    . . v , : l r I), .-ned to hr.ng about the greatest saie n cat S.or.S'hi.tory anj br)», u,ln« -ha, w,.l richly reward the who have had s » mu.h to do with the conspicuous success ...    ..    t-------•    • S;x vc«irs a:*«* the viirta n .ir >se    v'■ *'c**    -a‘ fnu n when the Strou^f Iirshber^ O*. Basement Store m th s secrton. Above All—-Come To Youngstown On Tuesday, February. 1st. Railroad Cars Badly Needed In Europe I » k **f It.    k    I*    lt^»r    "    *    * In I A'«** M» v*urf »    *    rr*'** 1 - -n «It i. « a.«bit!.ms 1 . The Sale Will Be—Ihr é'iroitss-Strshbrrg (It I    ____yoVNGSTOWN. DTT’D rwnl fnat »wl Mali • - «“-•    "f    I    y"    '■* » >i «I»» Flo rsraww Max: RETRACTION and APOLOGY To the Buying Public: -    •    1    ♦ c iiliCiuUH'Tlt ti > I ) On various da #?s s-Ho* *in‘ ni ^ noW>f)fi]>cu> located ia vit • li* î «    .    N advcrtip»*m«*iit- aniD»unct!iii Fida -a III i TltTÎ Oll, I b -I; ! ’A ■' i F* *. uTl*! Hilit Oil' * * « The facts upon which thi< < <»]* of tli<* und**r-ÌLHi‘-d nati’ called 1“ iny at tent on Tlu* I » i ir lt * ■ 8 ! a8'*-* fill r~«tay. a-' '• * I V i , 1 I j j th ( * * \ 8 8 * * * * i a t * ! - 11 j N'fwark S 11« M • S’->n ' ; rr; tith'd and i * • hi throULr U i ! ■ j • »] 1 M-riuit that confi hn [8 ! t<*i‘Tl OUT pli!«* icr f * ira< • tir.- 'hall '•* Hit HU«*. huyin^r pi r*i ruuiii 'ta an a* r(*.'pe and we propose that that pntctie-  .....  • Wllile it iri mie    that lire- n-ellIT-d II) ho»!    ‘    ‘ t„„ stores,    neither    the    fire- nor the -rze ..f the    p;    ..    r.    i;| t],i- eompanv in eonilnetlllg fire Ml!"« "■ «“I ' ■ ' -    ^    •    '    ,A,, ;s.i h-, t»-.',    if    ............... • 1.,    ....    ,.v;    ’    -    .    lv.,1    N-w«» The    buvillg    public who pin < ll.ised    (I.    rill    I    •    i    -Ipl.    1 e.| •    ^    Though we feel that    perhaps the    public    tuia    mu. ;

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