Foreign News: R.M.S. King George

Because they got the job of building R. M. S. Queen Mary, the thrifty Scots of John Brown's Shipyard on the Clyde have just paid a tight little dividend of one shilling (25¢) per share, after years of paying none. Last week they got the contract to build what Britons called a "sister ship" to the Queen Mary until leading London newsorgans declared that the

Cunard-White Star Line is going to name it the King George.

The Queen Mary will now go out of service for ten days while "structural alterations" and "mechanical overhaul" are...

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