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a* a- CAPITA t 7 « « Inside Information as to End of the World W ASH! NIPPON—Knowledge has no fixed notch. that climha up am) reachea around and dive* down, Ilk« that thing that scooped out the Panama canal. •hip» want* a swifter record, the air plane a greater altitude, aa man, gen erally, demand» a higher development than Ida forhoara ever dreamed of. — ' 1 We will alwaya want to know more _Jj and more and more. Self-satisfied at talnment mean» ru»t, and ru»t mean» "Sw failure. And we know no auch word - y Hut it I » 11 1 1 a goiKt Idea to / I, know more than our »hare. Kor one ea»e. a woman In a car wta providing thrill» for the woman aeif. She had learned through »oin« Inscrutable source unknown to man certainly' not to any newspaper man— that the world wa« coming to an end two weeks from that date. The olher woman had her doubla. The prophet lady w cash her bond and take her money out of the hank and plu It lo»lde her drftaa for safekeeping. The other woman, naturally. Inquired a» to the sense of taking money Into the next world, especially ns It was earning Interest In the hank. This phase of the situation hud It» weight. "That'» ao. There'll be $fl.2fi coming to me In January—almost enough to pay the taxe» ou my lot. I guess I'M let the money he and Just cash the bund. No, i won't, either. I read In the (atper the other day that they are going to be worth a whole lot more after the war. It's awful hard to hafter die without knowing how the war ends and' see the hoys come home, but we gotter go—all of us. There'll come » rain of fire and after our bodies are burnt to ashes aome of ua will be saved and the others will be weeplo* and wallin' and gnaahln' of teeth." "Tou'vc got It down pretty Une, haven't you? Hut. say, Marne, If we get burnt to ashes what will we do for lungs to weep and wall with, and teeth to do our gnashing'/" It la on ■ movable scale crane We want more knowledge, as a ft* *0.1 Bt A AAVAIU* i Afl'CMI-r of THTH AIT f*f IA if Bwmroiis - / /» corn' rocMH I MY BOND ÆStl & M fall. t -4 K re of her Bible «Ign« that «he wn« goings to ■ Foolish? Of cour»eI Hut, If you hear a couple of women pattering along like that. Isn't It the most natural thing In the world to tub them down, when you can come across nothing better? And If so be the proper study of mankind Is man Is there any law against counting In woman? a. l'; rap ■ m i V; A ;■ ' 1 S ■ ' , ; ■ V, : ■ , Do You Want to Know Both Sides? Swift A Company's 1919 Year Book, just out. tells you What Swift A Company's profit* wsrs in 1918, The truth about the Federal Trade Commis* ion'a investigation, Why the price* of butter and eggs are ao high, Aad many other vital fact*. Whether or not you agree with u* after reading this Year Book, you will at least know both sides. You will find it interesting; Americans like to hear about big things done in a big way. V ou will also discover that we are merely human beings like yourself, doing in the best possible way a necessary service. Legislation is pending in Washington; me e good American citizen you want to know both sides of this question. It concerns you, as well as one of tho most important industries in the country. Do not hesitate to send for a copy of this booklet. Your name and address are all wo need. Address Swift Bt Company Union Stock Yards, Chicago, Illinois Swift & Company, U.S.A. •» * SEEMED TO COME TO THEM of Our "U" Boat CKaaor Skipper* Had Had Previous Nautical Experience. _ "Where do the office™ of the sub marinr eh«»er» come from?" I linked an executive officer Ion* in the navy, write« Samuel O. Blythe In the Satur day Evening Boat. "Everywhere," he raid. "Were they aallorsT" "Not many of them; aome had had experience in motor boat* and yacht» and were amateur navigator*, but the way they have picked If up la tfarvel otia. I>*f me give yon an Ulnatraflon. When I vu organizing the «rst flotilla that came over I questioned the young chap* who came before me as officer» for the eh»»»™. Of the drat live on one day one had been a shoe aalenrnati. another an accountant, another a nut Inspector and another ,an actor." "Nttf Innpector?" I said. "Wbat'a that?" "He worked on a pecan ranch down notith nomewhere," "They had had some nailing experi ence and had taken nhort »pedal couraea at a training achool. Now of Ihnf hunch three are In command of chaser» today, four brought their »hip» aero»» and the actor I» a unit comman der, and a mighty good one. too. That'» where we got them, reached out and collected them here, (here and everywhere, and they are good »fuff and making «allor» of them »elve« mighty fast." The nary Just FEW SHIPS ARE TOTAL LOSS Vessels Sunk by Mlnaa or Torpedo** Patched, Raised and Taken to Port for Repair*. Any one who Imagine* that all the vessel« sunk by enemy U-boats mine» are left at the bottom of the aea would be »iirprlKed If he could hi* fold the whole »tory of Ingenuity, resource and unremitting toll of lb* Brlll»ti admiralty salvage corpa. Almost a» soon a» a vessel I» sonk salvage operations Divers are sent down to take accurate measurements of the size of the hole made hy Hie torpedo or mine. Small hole» are plugged with wood, but large one» are patched with "standards" patches. These are made of 12-Inch or are commenced. and a patch sometimes weighs as much as 20 tons. As may be Imagined, the size of the hole varies greatly. In some cases has measured 40 feet long by 20 feet wide, and In one case It has been known to be 48 feet long by 25 feet wide. When the vessels have been plugged and patched, their cargo removed and ater pumped out of them they proceed to the nearest port where they can he permanently repaired. Several vessels have been torpedoed after being refloated and have again heen successfully raised and taken Into port. the Miracle In the Mediterranean. he «uhmarlne war m contributed In an article fare In the Mt'dlterrnne t»> the November Century, Herman Whitaker tell« of a lac! on one of the American «lest » ho had been washed overboard In a black night »form and was thought to he hope cssl.v lost till a voice hailed the wafeh from under the stern. He had caught the logline, which trails for a couple of hundred feet behind, and hauled ii himself along It. Another e«cape wa« util! more marvelou*. Washed over board nt night from one of tho de stroyer«. this particular lad wa« heaved by a ware upon the deck of another ve*«el half a mile astern. When he was restored to his own ship at the end of the voyage, his captain thus addressed hin : "Young man. you have used up all the lurk yon will have In all your life. Th* Davy Is no safe place for you. Take my ad vice ; get out of It as soon ■» Uncle B«m will let ^>n." Oav* Revenu* Officer* Tip. Revenue officers who arrested an At lanta man with fifteen gallon» of whis ky In his motor oar. found he had a letter from a Georgia fanner, saying that the writer had "some very line pig» for sale at the low price of 17 each," and that "the sow had a litter of thirty." a remarkable thing In the anltnel world. On Investigation, they found the now to be ■ complete moon shine still and the Utter to he thirty jugs of high-powered moonshine Whin ky. German efficiency. Workmen, engineer* ami superin tendents In factories caught In the north of France when the German army Invaded the région have gradual ly worked their way onck to Paris as repatriation has he<*n accomplished They bring the Information that prac tically nothing remains of the Indus trial establishments anywhere In tha , Invaded district«. Muiei Worth Mort Than Horae*. The ffovernment pav« more for mule« Mian for hor««»« for war *rv •«*. Tt»*» j I were i*. lead, • vernjro prices pal«! up to .Ti a« follow«: Mule«, wheel. $: flW: pack ami riding. SI ^4 Horses. : cavalry mount«, flfll : llirhi artillery. ' >188 : he« v y a rt 11 lery . I ; horee«. $142. i young Slaniheant Hint. "Bill »ay» yon Insulted him when he «farted t< tell yon of the number of anemles he had killed and captured at the front single handelt." "I never mid a single word, hut Bat •Wed In »Hence. Alt I did wi, to got an By gas mask." I i a* D) » I m rit » r A i T t / di I T ALK about smokes, Prince Albert is geared to a joyhandout standard that just lavishes, smokehappiness on Ilf every man game enough to make a bee line for a J tidy red tin and a jimmy pipe—old or new ! Get it straight that what you've hankered for in pipe or cigarette makin's smokes you'll find aplenty in P. A. That's because P. A. has the quality ! You can't any more make Prince Albert bite your tongue or parch your throat than you can make a horse drink when he's off the water! Bite and parch are cut out by our exclusive patented process ! You just lay back like a regular fellow and puff to beat the cards and wonder why in samhill you didn't nail a section in the P. A. smokepasture longer than you care to remember back ! Buy Prince Albert everywhere tobacco i» Bold. Toppy red bas», tidy red tine, handsome pound and half pound tin humidors—and —that clever , practiced pound crystal glass humidor with sponge moistener top that keeps the tobacco in such perfect condition. R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co.', Winston-Salem, N. C. III.. ii i ' . 'll 41 ffi i sS It WHY SELL*** EXTRA LARGE COYOTES FOR $1522-WHEN 7> »# af ( I'LL GIVE ) CL #J.Y0U 415.00)/ ml»' ' m>\ ■a •in m SHU BERT is Paying FoT more than thirty-five years "SHUBERT" f has been giving Fur Shippers an honest and . liberal aaaortment—paying the highest market >j prices—sending return* out promptly— render* ! "better service"—'"quicker.". Cmi.U.1, la*. ing SHUBERT'' Wants Idaho Furs—All Yon Can Ship )i it fl A "SHUBERT TAG ENVELOPE" on your shipment means "more money" for your Furs— "quicker"— "tbe best and promptest SERVICE in the world." • GET A SHIPMENT OFF TODAY N?2 N?3 N?L SMALL EXTRA TO AVERAGE N?!,MEDIir EXTRA TO AVERAGE N? I. 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The umbrella of* 10.000 people I» presented to a mandarin on his leav ing a district n» a token of the purity of his administration. The canopy like the umbrella, I» a sift relating to of (lelal life, which Is tne amliitlou of every Chinese. For any itching skin trouble, piles, eczema, salt rheum, hives, itch, scald head, herpes, scabies, Doan's Oint ment is highly recommended. 60c a box at all stores. "Telephone Probe." The inventor of th«* H«*II tfl«*| hone, Alexander Graham Hell, ha« nw>ther Invention to his credit that wy few know of. Yet lr 1« In coDetoiin use In France. It I« called the "t«*U*phone probe," and absolutely locates the ex-" act position of a bullet In tjie human body. Indigestion. Take a few doses of Chamberlain's Tablets as directed for indigestion, and you will soon forget about your stomach troubles. Try it. Diamond Bdga knives and rasera Reilly's. To Housekeepers We are prepared to practically furnish your home. A very complete line of Furniture, Stoves, Rugs, Matting, Beds and Mattresses, Kitchenware, and Utensils. The prices are very reasonable, you will find. We sh«Il be pleased to show you. Idaho Furniture & Hardware Co. J. A. Oeswell, Propr., Union Block. ..Phone 189 W. THE PASTIME CIGAR STORE FRANK KNOX, Proprietor. Cigars, Tobacco, Candy and Soft Drinks Pocket Billiard* A nice comfortable place for gentlemen to enjoy themselves.