1 THE Friday, November 12, 1926 TIMES-NEW- PAGE THREB NEPHI, UTAH S, Planning a Great New Jersey Dry Agents Put in Uniform Road-Buildin- Program g "."if?'! I rafimrww. a IT' t f . fPT lAJf - fl"' f ' I ' i m i'in'irr" fi the history of the world was put under way in Chicago by the American The most gigantic highway program Uoad Builders' association, the leaders of which are shown above. The plan calls for the construction of 55,000 miles of modern improved highways during year of 1927 at an expenditure, of $1,250,000,000, and will be presented at au nations of the Americas will be repInternational good roads congress In Chicago January 10 to 15. Twenty-tw- o In resented. Dry ugents opeinting in the siulf of New Jersey will hereafter weur uniforms wbeu going out to raid a "Joint," at least one member of the raiding party being so dressed, so that the violators of the law will know that real raid is being staged and that they are not encountering hijackers.. Photograph shows four agentfl wearing their new uniforms, being Inspected by Col. Ir,i I.. Ueeves. Children Making Washington Streets Safer Leninakan Destroyed by Earthquake 1 w Srreel scene I.enlnakan, the center of the recent disastrous earthquake The city Is the metropolis of Russian Armenia and was formerly the city c Aiexatidrapol. It was virtually destroyed by the temblor. in a S .... .. 9 y ."" Attain ccsl H(4 Adelaide Beurd, one ol tlie little "otiicers" of the police squad of the Weighliiiuii iibiio school iu Wush-ingtoIs shown holding a truck back while the children of the school make a safe crossing. The "ofllcer" wear iiadges in order to Identify themselves to the children. , H MOTMtnWiiliTMlil Iiiimi TliiTTW r ;r RUMANIAN ENVOY 7. QUEEN MARIE'S AIDE Barkentine Now Club for Society .... v h - Uniform for High School Girls f f ' A , f K. - ir "r - " JsK - ' y r , I J" y r r The barkentine, Buccaneer, now being overhauled and rebuilt Todd's shipyards, Brooklyn, preparatory to being titled as a clubhouse for New York society. The "clubhouse" will be anchored In the Hudson river during the summer months and In Florida waters in the winter. Vincent IUchard.s, tennis star. Is president of the club. d Racers After the Schneider Cup i I (J J I t s f,. .'--'"i- f . " U 'Afi- - i - w i - fr'V f ti i f "vA - Georges Cretzeano, newly ai)ointei Rumanian minister to the lnltol States. 1 Kxpeiisive rrilis mean nothing at tlie Pasadena (Calif.) high school, vhlch opened the fall winester with this neat school uniform for Its coed students. With everyone In the Bklrt and middy blouse of the Inexpensive uniform, all dress rivalry Is eliminated. SENT TO PARIS Lieut. Col. Arthur l'olllom. detailed ns military aide to Queen Marie of Bumnnla during her stay In the Unit- ed States. He accompanies her majm ty wherever Rhe goes. Meat Packers Meet in Chicago Knew Hit Record 1 "Babe" Adams, the veteran of the Pittsburgh team, told a baseball Mory at a bascbnll banquet In Pittsburgh. 'Ceorge Jones," he wild, "was very proud of his baiting. Well, one aft-.oon In the middle of a gauiu the telephone bell rang and a voice said: "'I'd like to speuk to r.corgV Junes, please.' 'Keorge,' wiid tlie telephone 'has Just gone In to but;' sold the voice, I'll hold "lilght-othe wire.'" 1 1 V v v. '4 . , " 1 ' "J 'V '"" - ' "--- X ' ' X . jtzs a-- . t r t , """C '" Pean'jl't Growth M l America mid Italy will compete for the s lniclder cu iu air meet" a: Norfolk November 0 to 11. In the llluslraTKiti, tit the top, ore the American y'n rm or. Left to rluht, front row: Lieut. (). F, t'uddiliy; Lieut. Cum. II. C. Wick, In clirK "f the team; Lieut, C. Y. Shllt, anil Lieut. V. II. C'onnnt. Back Uow: Lieut. W. 1. Tomlliwon; Lieut. C. 0. Chum;ion ; Lieut O. I! Hendersoti, and Lieut. J. II. Lenhnrt. At the bottom Is the Italian tenm left to right: (iuancone Ounsconl MaJ. M. Ie I'.ernado; Arturo I'errarln ixt Adilan Bivcula. J The common peanut grown In most peculiar way. The little plant send u f its xhoots, with tin- fruit on and the end of a somewhat slirf then, before It rlpcn. the sleiu bend' over and carefully puxhei the frub nndergronnd. A plg.n are said In he ep" li lly fotii of these. It has been nigtfcsied thai the plHiit does thl In hble It nutfrom the porker's too iupillilve Ii. vesilgntlons ; but thli can onlf te te garded as a suppottltiou - t Brig Ccn. William W. Harts, until on diitj at the coast cllstiict at Amador, Cim.il 7.oiK, ha.i been ordered to purls m military (,'elieral Harts will be the first re hi this rnpa-itygeiicrtil ollleor to He smceedn Col. Ll. Mutt, re ri'dhil;, j . ' Hi i d. The tdtuat'on of American agriculture was the tiuijor concern of 1)1.1 annual comentlon of the Institute of American Meat Packers Jnat held in Chicago. Here, are three of the lenders of the Industry, left to right: il. F. Sw;ft. Thomas li Wilson and Oacar Q. Mayer, re elected president of the iaoiituts.