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THE TIMES-NEW- NEPHI. UTAII S. Rodgers and Comrades Tell Wilbur About Flight n ,v , g wi Stern and Bow Views of Our Newest Airplane Carrier A. . t 6 III T i - TTTT Cuuiuiander John liodgers, of the i'N-9- , Jvo. 1, which was adrift in tlie Pacific oceuu for nine Uuys after the attempted flight from San Francisco to Honolulu, arrived In Washington to testify before the aircraft Inquiry board and also to assume his new Job as assistant chiet of the bureau of naval aeronautics. This photograph shows the commander and members of his crew relating soma of their harrowing experiences to Secretary of the Navy Wilbur. Left to right, seated: Lieut. Byron Connell, Commander John Rodgers, tha secretary of the navy and Lieut Allan P. Snody. Standing: Admiral Edward W. Eberle. chief of naval operations, and Lieut. Lawrence W. Curtln. British Troops Ride Into "Battle" on Tractors -- r Kf5C--rr "If wqfff? 111 Tank tractors going into "action" during the great fall army maneuvers near London, England, in which every modern device of warfare was employed. The tractors each carried troops sheltered by canopies. Hi MIIIIIIIIIIIWl I ; . lu Uie lureground is the luiuous (Jlmteau This is the first airplane view ever photographed of old yuebec. Frontenac bounded on the left by Dufferin terrace. In the rear of the chateau and to the left la the famous citadel "Which overlooks the broad expanse of the St Lawrence river, 300 feet below. 77 ?7 . W Smoot of Utah Now Clean Shaven i. I i i4 V..i I V 3: .M. .(,. i ' - i- - U fit 'i , ' ' ; 1 vil w8a rat V. I jm. ' 'J S . . i' - A , r V ! U LAW IN HIS HANDS ii " f TUtlfil lllllim limimi Radio Lighthouse Is Latest i .iff The U. S. S. Lexington, originally designed as a cruiser and completed us un airplane carrier, has Just been launched at the shipyards at Fore River, Mass. She Is of 33,000 tons and can carry 72 planes. The illustration shows, at left, the stern with the propellers driven by electric motors, and, at right the bow. Quebec Photographed From Air for First Time BABY OF CONGRESS :T': Vi ' .'. Jude wireless liglithouse Louis Wiegand Collins of New York and Sherman Pierce, chief of police of the Seneca Indian reserva- the iiilest ud:iplutiin of wireless devised by tion, fraternizing at the Indian fair at A great aerial, slowly revolving, flashes Into N. Y. Judge Collins Is ; Cattaraugus, space an invisible warning signal which not only tells ships of their danger, 4 feet 4 Inches tall; Pierce is 6 feet but enables their exact position to be defined in the heaviest fog. The station 2 Inches In height Is at South Foreland, England. A i Senator Marconi, radio pioneer. '"3 U TROPHY FOR LEGION ? ti SuannI J. MonlpiiiiiTy Is the jiui. lUfd SuiiMit of Ltah bus hhuved olT his lnu.staclie. So this recent est member of the hew congress, lie portrait of him is of especial Interest. ISesides being one of the most prominent a rcproscntalive fi ,m the First Republican members of the senate, Mr. Smoot is a member of the American ( coinmlsHlon. Oklahoma diMrlct und Is but twenty-eigyears of nge. He served with distinction In (lie World war and Is an nrili-n- t spurts entliusinst, being a crack polfer. lie was the Mar half back of the L'nlverfcily of Oklahoma football team for three years. ht I I debt-fundin- g Romantic Rumors About Them 2? Few "Open Spaces" Left Another Wet Is putwing. The old :V 4- if T I rrw::x i wild West went lung ago, with its free range and its ictureo,ue cowboys. I'.ut now the West that succeeded It is going, too the West of the homesteader. Free land has followed the free range Into the limbo of far-offorgotten things. The West that Is Is a land of fenced pastures and farms owned in fee simple enliject to mortgage at 8 per cent, automobile and golf courses. The in film and homeKteader Is eniliMlmet book. The pre.ient farmer Is like his brethren ic New Hampshire and Don't Know What a Movie Is Like -- it . . . A V- - ' r" Jl lA-i'- f i if J i I 1 - V l , f ' i 7 yr f, r i ... ft' Where will the migration bitten a" vi ' younger sons go neit? Will we ber come liritsin, exporting youth to uttier continents and the ixliind.H of the sea to such, at least of pveu i. ....sit in (ieiieva and I'ar.s link lite James of Sirs, WimkIiow VS iimiu 'P n spaces left? What- who Iiiin been attending the sessions of tlie League of Nation, nnd these a ever the answer, America Is prtrtl-csllItufTln, who recently returned from France. Neither of them bus "full op" so far as free land la Sterling to say concerning the report that they are engaged. Doctor UufUn anything concerned World's Work. attended Woodrow Wilson In his last Illness. J 1- y II - t Ohio. ani-tbe- " lr ' I'licle Jttlin ami Aunt I.KinMi l.iw..v of I'nie Aio iii'.iiia. iy whose ages are one hundred eleven years and one hundred years have never ii an auto or a railrond, don't know what a radio is like und haven't the pllghtex! notion of what a motion picture might he. , This handsome rup win given tlie American Legion at (he Omaha convention by National Commander JaiMta A. tiraln, to be awarded annually "t the state department showing the most consistent service to the com uiunlty, state and nation,'