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Fridar. Seviemta It 1919.
Eats cr nWi$t$ The packing industry is intri cate, complex-far more so than the railroads or the telegraph. ofciTL7 multiPlying needs olL11 its Problems and multiplying responsibilities demand more of it Highly grained experts, spec ialists of years' experience, thinkers and creative men, del vote their lives, their energies, their activities, to solving the problems of the packing industry and meeting its widening duties. Swift & Company is not a few dozen packing plants, a few hundred branch houses, a few thousand refrigerator cars, and a few million dollars of capi tal, but an organization of such men. It is the experience, in telligence, initiative and activity which operates this physical equipment Gan this intelligence, this ex perience, this initiative and cre ative effort which handles this business at a profit of only a fraction of a cent per pound from all sources, be fostered through the intervention . of political theorists, however pure their purposes? Or be replaced by legislation? Docs Congress really think that it can? Lat us send you Swift "Dollar". It will interest you. Address Swift Company, Union Stock Yards, Chicago, HL Swift & Company, U. S. A. 99 HEALTH HINTS He who has health Is yooat, whatever his age may be. Men should look best In their birthday suit till old age shall wear It out. If some men did not eat any oftener than they exercise, they would soon starve. Keep your body straight and apply this rule to your mental and moral life and you will be a pretty good fellow. TEXAS TIPS Of course figures don't lie, but It Is nurd to believe any silk shirt marked t $16. As a general thing It Is easier to ep tab on other people than to keep money of our own. Sometimes when the bride's father-in-law is a cold, proud man she wants to build a lira under him. Tlllie dinger says that the rea on she is compelled to leave her pres et boarding house is because they nt her to room with a spring poet Ms. Dallaa News. DO YOU KNOW THAT- Savlngs banks were invented by a clgyman? The ashes of burnt cork make fine "tack paint T Brass is the best reflector of heat w y metal T In Sweden nettles are cultivated ex pwssiy tor the purpose of providing 'odder for cattle? Gray howea are the longest lived. sW19, ,r UTO"Jr e"cte and art 555 w br THIS SHOWS WHAT nrrnuci , THE AVERAGE DOLLA fSWIFT RECEIVED av COMPANY ANOIYMOMCTS MHTt It Ml POK THE UVI ANIMAL 4.04 CENT NWI4NT WTN AtriT - Soma men always do their best In eluding their best friends. One can't Judge the good there Is In a man by the worldly goods he pos sesses. Joe cream soda Is a popular Interior decoration at the present stage of the game. isn't ih a fact that the congregation of a wide-awake preacher is seldom caught naiiplug.? It WMnetime happens that when a man bikes :a iirest he takes something tliut he im';t Justly entitled to. Yes, the world may owe you a living, hut you win stiww.e to deuth If you sit down and wait ifr it to come and set tle. Chicago Daily News. REFLECTIONS The flush often Intuit the straight in a political game. Why does the tallest man la the crowd always get In front? It Is a wise fool that tan keep his lack of wisdom to himself. If a man has a bee In his bonnet he Is reasonably sure of a lively-hood. A new broom doesn't sweep any cleaner than tm old one with a new hired girl attached. Is It true, Rafalo, that no man would be willing to swear to everything he says during courtship? Why does the average man never realize that silence Is golden until after bis jaws begin to swell? Trouble seems to be a patriotic af fliction. It makes the eyes red, the hair white and the feelings blue. If you would know what your friends say of yo when absent listen to wbat Is said of pthrs la your pres ence. , THE PIOCIIE TRAPPED BRAVE Rescue of 21 Sailors, Helpless in Submarine, Without One Loss, a Thrilling Chapter of Heroism in a Navy Already Rich in Traoitions of Unfaltering Devotion to Duty. New Tork. Felix nt rvi t- correspondent In New Tork of D uiarto Ilustrado of Santiago. Chill, re lates for the Tk ii.,i. .- following story of the sinking of the submarine n.3 cf lne chan WJ and Its reniarkahl rMm.. .itkot los f life: In the beglnnlna ef Jnn mnri. time accident occurred In the military port of Talcnhuano, Chili, which will figure with honor in the h'story of submarine navigation. The fact has special Interestor the exerts of the United States because the submarine H-3 of the Chilian war squadron was constructed here by the Electric Boat company. This submarine Is one or six which the British government had ordered built during the war, but which she turned over to Chill along with 50 airplanes and hydroplanes of combat. England made this grant te Chill after having taken over for her own fleet two superdreadnaughts of 28,000 tons, as welt as some destroyers of 2,000 tons and other smaller vessels which Chill was having constructed, and which were used by England In the war against Cermany. The submarine Beet left New Lon don last year, conveveri t i.i. Chacabuco, under the command ef aamiral Luis Gome Carreno. At Charleston a fnrlons remnest n r which lasted "70 honrs, during which uuie me suDmartnes, defying all dan ger, demonstrated their itructlon and the dexterity of their cnuian rews. The transport Anga tnos, auxiliary of the fleet, was nlmnt lost in the Storm. Having thus proved me worm or tne submarines, which at Ell times remained In a mmnnrt mm those In command understood that they couia 'continue the trip to the coast of. Chill with entire confliin The fleet touched at Havana, Kings- rou, 'uoion. Balboa, a port in Ecuador; Arlca, 'Chill, Talparatso and Talca huano, their final 'destination. Thla formidable voyage of many thousand miles its 'In 'truth a record that adds another iproud oge to the traditional competence and fonrima. aess ot the 'Chilian sailors, who re ceived their first naval Instruction from the famous FWiih ..imii Lord Cochrane, chief -of. the 'iThfilnn ' -O ' uiii.il, U, fleet 'during the war -df tndenenden mis exploit rebounded In all the scientific centers of -silbmarlnn mnvi gation, and has been 'recorded -ah -nno of the most Interesting successful -nt- lempw maae in the World. The irrent. est span of continued travel th. tween Ecuador and Chili, Which is bdoui i.-'uu miles. iVcntilatlna Pip Broken. At a quarter to ten o'clock in the morning of June 1 the submarines started their customary submersion Inside the military port of xuicanuano. suddenly the command er, Capt. Del Solar, notloeit m ,ht boat had become very heavy and did 01 easily respond to the maneuvers. He then saw that the ventilating ,nim In the battery of the stern had broken nd that, besides water, strong fumes f chlorine were entering the compart ment. With due presence of mind the commander ordered that the raent be vacated, taking all the .neces sary precautions so that the water nd gases might not enter the other sections of the submarine. - As the danger was becoming Immi nent, the telephone buoy was sent up to call for help, but there was no an swer. Later It was found that the buoy had became entangled and :had never reached the surface of the wa ter. No answer to their calls for help proved to the crew that the situation was .desperate. Nevertheless," never for .a moment did the discipline of these men weaken. While efforts were being made to gat Into communication with' someone above, the men were trying to hermet ically -calk the partitions, it having Daen inoted that the fumes of AMERICAN - r JcC-- zLl3 " Four of America s latest type submerslbles which have seen 24 montiu of lurned and are here shown anchored Is tbe far yard at Norfolk. Va. RECORD CHILIAN CREW SAVED chlorine from the main section had already begun to Alter through the cracks. However, this compartment was soon filled with the poisonous gas and the men bad to leave It to avoid asphyxiation. Orders were then given to retire to the only chamber left, that at the bow, where new and frightful tortures awaited them. Just as soon as the officers and sail ors had shut themselves up In the bow the electric current was cut off, leav ing the submarine still submerged and In complete darkness.- This to the various persons who had never tionrd ed a submarine before In their lives, meant certain death. The commander exhorted his men to continue in the dark their work of calking up the compartment to stop the Inrush of water and gas, which continued to spread throughout the boat. The hull was laying at a depth of 17 meters. In a bed of mud. At Work In Darkness. Each man worked at random In the dark; several of them were almost overcome and their strength had be gun to leave them, but their discipline was not lessened for one moment. The only pump available drove the untr out slowly, which helped to prolong me nope or rescue which these In trepid sailors had The air waa well nigh Irresplrable; meir putses Deat with fury. But, In spite of all, each man was net-form. tag In the dark the task assigned him. At live octock In the afternoon. nlr hours after the sinking, the crew beard the clatter of a chain that was being cut. Thev knew then that f. forts for their rescve were ander way aim a i me same time that these ef forts were being frustrated. The sub marine, arter the chain waa cut, had remained In position with her stern somewhat raised. Meanwhile, ha the world above, the disappearance of the H-3 had become known and all elements of rescue wwe -set to work and succeeded In lo cating the position of the submarine from the Indications of tugboat which had -accompanied t he submarine up to the moment -of the accident. Various other aubmartoea and tugs placed themselves about this point and two :heavy cranes with chains were set up to working -order, A -diver who went the bottom re turned aaj lng that the 11-3 was lodged in the mud to a -dangerous position and that the telephone buoy was en tangled. After a Wttle continued ef fort 'the telephone apparatus Was straightened out and communication witn me crew the submarine re established. When "Questioned the commander replied with stoical valor that It would be necessary to raise the boat as soon as iposslble to save the lives of the crew. These words, said without anxiety, wlthom fear in the presence of such a catastrnnho .- worthy of the 'tradition that ITat set "own ior our navy, when seeing that his old wooden h4p was about to be attacked by a powerful enemy of Chill, he said : "The flag rf Chill has never been lowered and I hope this Monkey-Faced Owl Lives in Scrap Iron El raso, Tex. A "monkey faced" owl. one of the rarest of birds In this section of the country, whs captured by em ployees of the Darbyshlre-Har-vie foundry company. The bird was found hiding In a pile of scrap Iron. It was given to the city zoo at Washington park. City Timekeeper Robert Smith took charge of the bird at the foundry and delivered it to the aoo at .Washington park. 4i" " u. m-y naa owjjow.,, been taken to the arsenal for repairs. SUBMARINES BACK FROM FLEW OVER THE ROCKIES mm"mm, MaMM sssaaa ft m - i . TTl 1 I This is Capt. E. C. Hov of Vunc-ou. ver, who recently flew over the Rocky mountains from Vancouver to Calgary. will not be the occasion for doing so." Prat, killed when be boarded the ship of the enemy, is an example which no unman sailor has ever forgotten. Chains Slip and Craft Drops Back. The hoists did not work rltrht. tha chains slipped and the 113 returned to its old position. After some time tha rescuers succeeded In passing a new chain under the submarine, which slowly raised by the stern so that tha Dow would be tipped as little as no stble. While this maneuver was beini made a tug cut the telephone connec tion and communication with the sunk en vessel waa again cut off and waa not re-established. Tbe hours passed in extreme an guish,' tha victims believing that fha attempts to save them were useless and those making the attemnts think. Ing It was already too late to rescue tneir brave companions alive. But the work was continued with Pnoi-vv. and at length the stern came to tha surrace That was the most solemn moment of i he whole operation. Few believed mat any of the crew would still ba alive and that all they had done waa to raise out of the sea a coffin contain ing 21 bodies. With no means for communication with the submarine to let the men know that the stern was already above water,, one of the sailors tapped the Morse code with a hammer on tha outside. A few minutea passed and the hatchway was opened. A maa appeared, exhausted, pale and his eyes bloodshot. One by one the rest fol lowed. Then when It waa thought that only the captain was still on board ; It was found that two men wra m!.oln.. Captain Del Solar descended again into tne suDmnrine and found a ma chinist still calking and a fireman still at the pump. Neither of the two had received orders to come out and they remained at their posts. The Chilian submarine H-3 was deb Ignated with the number E-12 in the English navy. It was the belief of the sailors that because It had borne this number It was certain to come to nariu. It was said that the .accident was caused by the breaking of the bottom of the tank In the battery. At the time of the accident the automatic scaphanders for the rescue of the crew were not on board. They had WAR ZONE active sarvic m th- ... awnrlca la the war aone aara r DILAIID I.'OIITHUEST la fourteen Ada comity. Idnho. : that were tented for tuberculosis there were found only four cows that ra--ted. Three different species of ground squirrels are to be found in Oneida county. Idaho, and each must be killed by different polaon. The Utah State Medical association la arranging an Interesting program for ita annual meeting at Salt Lake September 9 and 10. The expense of flguting forest Area In the vicinity of Boceman during the month of August according to tha reports of the forest supervisor waa $.ioo. With the definite announcement that Frealdent Wilson will speak in Bill ings Sept. 11, committees are rapidly proceeding with arrangements for his reception. Ten square mllea of valuable timber on the north bank of the Duckabush river, near Brinnon, Wash., has been laid waste by a forest are which still la burning. Arrangements have been made whereby several large herds of Fre mont county. Idaho, cattle and sheep will be shipped to the lower Snake riv er country for winter feeding. Leslie Colvllle, a Missoula boy, and four companions, by wrapping them selves in water-soaked blankets, es esped from the dangerous Foehl'a creek Are in the St Joe forest. Forest flres in the Clearwater regit which swept across the Bitter Boot mountains from Missoula, have been stopped to such an extent that they probably will be prevented from burn ing valuable timber stands. Utah employment agencies which are licensed by cities and towns prob ably will be under the direct control of the state industrial commission af ter the first of the year, according te tentative plans of the commission. While being brought back from Washington state to answer to a charge of horse steullng, Clinton Shire recently made his escape from Sheriff P. A. Davis, of Glacier comity, Mont, by Jumping through a window of a car. Acting under orders of the United States district court, deputy United States marshals at Spokane seized 02,000 pounds of cold storage poultry, which the district attorney In a libel action charged had been held un un reasonable length of time. Beer, home nmde, 182 quarts and sixty pints, together with all the man ufacturing equipment, which Included a big stumer, a quantity of rubber hose, Ave large cans and Ave barrels, were the And of policemen in Salt Lake, who arrested the owner. Two hundred Blackfeet Indians are entitled to a large share of the credit for preventing the spread of forest flres In )the Glacier national park, where for many days it seemed as if some of the finest scenery would be scarred or ruined by the blazes. Word has been received at Chinook that the Carnegie corporation has ap proved the application of that county for 815,000 to be used in the erection of a county library, the stipulation be ing that a site be provided and the county agree to maintain the library. A cloudburst occurred at Garlund, Utah, which caused thousands of dol lars of damage to crops in the vicin ity. Some of the suear beet floiiia were covered with several Innhoc nt mud, and It is problematical whether or not they will be hl tn through. Demonstrations In Cnnvnn Idaho, on the supplementing of path ture with grain for W feedimr that good gains kre made on a three per cent grain ration. A demonstrator at Notus was able to turn off non fat at 18 cents, on August 22, in- steaa of roughing tht-n on nistmi. alone, as he had intended to do. President Hodees Civic and Commercial association hna sumltted a plan for the of the James Peak tunnel, which will prooaoiy be adopted and successfully tarrieu tnrwugh by Denver hiisinM men at an early date. He proposes Is suing $7,000,000 to Sll.00O.00ft In ft per cent bonds to be sold to the public Aiattie Emily Rodin, aeed is mlted suicide at Great Falls tt week by taking poison, dvlncr shortly after being taken to the hospital. She naa enneu at the home of Carrol Corsaw, a 19-year-old soldier, u-ith whom she was Infatuated, at 12 o'clock at ntgnt and was told bv th hnv' mother that he was out She thpn ton the poison. v Despite any action that has or ma be taken by the chief executives of Washington and Idaho, Governor Ol eott of Oregon has made It plain that he will not call a special session of the legislature to ratify the woman's suffrage amendment to the federal constitution, unless a majority of the members voluntarily request such ac tion, pieuge themselves to forego mile age and per diem. According to letters received at Rene from Washington , an effort is being made to Induce the authorities con nected with the Internal revenue bu reau at Washington designating the state of Nevada as a separate revenue office from that of California. What la thought to be the record price for a Montana steer waa obtain ed on the Chicago market a few days ago by J. B. Taylor of Cascade, a well-known stock breeder. Tfte steer weighed 1,490 pounds ; ami brought $17.50 per hundred weight a total of