THE TIMES-NEW- The Times-New- 1MEPHI, UTAH S, LOCAL NOTES s Published every Friday by The Times News Publishing Company A Prosperous New Year Supt. and Calvin S. Smith and family, went to Salt Lake yesterday to spend Christmas with relatives. Subscription Kates Six Months One Year $1.00 $2.00 Mrs. T. W. Allred, ieift Monday for Heber City, Utah, where she will spend the Christmas holidays with ber parents. Not becau'seit is an honored cusHELPFUL CO OPERATIOX. John Pyper of Wells, Nevada, is the Christmas holidays spending with his parents Mr. and Mrs. RobThare has beer a serious shortage ert Pyper. of power In NepM City the past few Mr. and Mrs. Lester Briggs, of months, and those operating motors have been handicapped as a conse- Salt Lake City, received a visit from quence and had it not been for the the stork last week, leaving a baby assistance rendered by the Big boy at their home. Mrs. Briggs was Spring Electric Company of Foun- formerly Miss Celia Stephenson fortain Green, the flour mills at least, mer librarian of the public library, would have had to close down which would have meant a loss to all, and Mr. and Mrs. V. H. Warner, earne a great inconvenience to the people down from Logan, aatu.rd.ay to spend of this city and valley. the holidays. While here Mr, WarThis paper in behalf of the Juab ner Will give several chicken cullCounty Mill and Elevator Company ing demonstrations. and the community In general wish to express their appreciation to the Mrs. D. K. Brown, and daughter above company for their hearty co- Ila, left Sunday for Long .Biaach operation, and for furnishing power California, where, they will spend to us at a price that has enabled several weeks. They will also visit tjiem to operate at least part of the in Arizona, before returning to this timn. Tfig people of this city should city. know that the lectrjc company have been very fair, and have done all Mr. and Mrs. John Pitt left Monthey could to help out through this day for Denver, Colorado, where critical time. they will spend the holidays with Air. and Mrs. Fleet Pitt. Later they will go to Portland, Oregon, where f$ "9"9'?&'.9'.'f'fMPr they will visit with their daughter Mrs. Hilton, who resides in that city. of this city and valley. We Wish You A Happy New Year. First National Bank Wholesome Neglect By THOMAS ARKLE CLARK Dean of Men, University of Illinois. kft iU." : - v ' - :''- js ' ,.,,,-..- .. in a' . iutalle Hays Hammond, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Hays Hunuuuuil of Washington, debutante of this season, and Fulton Lewis, Jr., whose Argentine tango wa a feuture of the Junior league cabaret bull, given for charltv at tbe New WUlard hotel. FOE nOME A YD STABLE Tlio extraordinary Borozor.o treatment ."0 for (lp.h wound, cut''. Bores, pall, burnt scalds is as elective i: the stablo HALL'S CATARRH MEDICI has been and used successfully in the treatment of as in tlio home. Ilorso flesh heals with Catarrh. remjirkablo upccd under its powerful inHALL'S CATARRH MEniCmE con fluence. The treatment is tlio same for of an Ointment which (julikly nninuds as for humans. sist First wash out Relieve by loral application, and the liorosone, prms with liquid Internal Medicine, a Tonic, which art infectious r the Utirozono l'nvd.-- competes the through th Blood cn the Mucou Sur- and henli- g Tinv-wTri'O (liquid) Or, 60o faces, thus reducing the inflammation. Sold by all druggists. and! 20. i'owderCJc and COc. Sold by F. J. Cheney Co.. Toledo. Ohio. FOR OVER YEARS unaided fn rearing her family so successfully, that tfiere was nothing better for chiidron fhun a good dose of neglect I have wondered some times if the fact that youngest sons and only children have so little Independence and Initiative Is not because they have never been let alone. The host of parents n mi grandparents and aunts and uncles hovers which Incessantly uround makes any moments of heavThe child Js enly neglect impossiblB. never given a chance to think for himself or to work himself put of a difficult corner, A student with Whom J talked only a short time ago assured me thnt he thought the best service I bad ever done him during the four years of his undergraduate course was to leave him alone, to refrain from giving him advice when he knew I wanted to do so, and when there was evident reason for it. to keep from calling him to account for his wrongdoing when he knew that I was aware of what he had done and disapproved of It. If I had reproved him he would have argued; as I did not he changed his conduct. It Is a dlfllcutt lesson for parents and teachers nnd organization officers to learn, lint It Is often true, nevertheless, that the best way to reform children is not to notice them, the best way to teach young people a lesson Is to set them an example and say nothing, the best way to Impress children Is not to lay down so many rules and to preach less. I have often felt that the reason some fellows do better than others Is because like the old lady's children, they have been given a dose of neglect they have been allowed to work out their owt. salvation. When we know that someone "rill coddle us nnd wait on us and run after us and think for us when someone is always at hand to bear our sorrows nnd carry our burdens and pull us back from danner we grow to expect It. I know husbands who could not pack s handbag If they were going on a Journey: t know young men who cannot get up In the morning without being railed; I know boys who never get oul the books unless they are told. If our education Is worth anything it ought to tench ns to be Independent. Perhaps we need a little more neg I ex t. v -- " jut i. PHARMACY CO A Happy New Year We desire to extend to our many Patrons and friends our sincere appreciation and best wishes for their support during the past year and hope for a continuance of the cordial relations existing between us during the coming year. : ! I S. Western Newspaper Uaioa.) CARD OF THANKS The wife and family of Robert C. Stephenson wish to thank the many friends that assisted them in their recent bereavement. Also thoa that took part at the funeral, especially are they thankful to the street de.. partment that cleared the roads and made it possible for cars to get through. Tharh Cnrl Ttietik (Soil E rvti rv $,ominf when yot. n.im eM Bp thnt oii have d that rhiv whleh must b done, whether you like It or not en? forced to work, and forced to do vur b"t, will breed In yon temperam nnd diligence and stren-rfof will, cheerfulness and content and s hundred virtues hirh the bile never know. 'hiirle KIngslrjr. cini-thin- X.'L. Bakery and splf-roiero- Confectionery During the coming year we expect to maintain our present high standard of service and to have on hand at all times a complete stock of Drug Store supplies that will meet your need. Wishing our Patrons and Friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year WE ARE HERE TO SERVE Nephi Drug Co. Caruso's Final Resting Place Belliston and Mrs. Beulah H. Bowers suy - The Season is at hand when we gladly welcome the opportunity to extend to you the Warmest Holiday Greetings and to express our appreciation of that intangible and invaluable asset Goodwill, that you have so kindly bestowed on us during the past year and which we fully appreciate. Monday evening the members, p,f the Junior Au.tlulnn Bird. Club surprised their elub leaders, Mrs. Geo. at the home of the latter. A program arranged by the children consisting who across the street, of music and readings were given. OUR neighbor the mother of nine children, At 9 p; m. refreshments ware served all of whom were a credit to themAirs. Belliston the evening During selves and to the community, used to and Mrs. Bowers, were presented when asked how she succeeded Doing Their Dance for Charity Greetings Frank and Clarence Hobbs, came up from Los Angeles this week to spend the holidays here with their mother Mrs. George B. Hobbs. tom, but. because of the sincerity of our appreciation, we take this opportunity to thank our Customers and Friends for th$ part you have played in our business prosperity during the year now about to close; and we look forward to the New Year with optimism and faith for the future progress The Season's Mr. and Mrs. David Broad head went to Jalt Lake Monday for a few EDITOR days visit in that city. MANAGER DENNIS WOOD A. B. GIBSON if w with gifts. The following were present: Beth Lunt, Ruth Lunt Doug . lar Burton, Julia Bowers, Ma.iorie Lunt, Alice Ord, Leta Harris. John Ord, Blanch Harris, Tim Bowers, Shirley Bowers, Howard Belliston. Mildred Ord, Cleo Petty, Lillian Ord, Wallace Ord, Maurine Kendall, and Merle Ord. TRAGEDY S f i a good THERE pre real world many tragedies today, as there are In books, and I have seen n it a fev of these. Of all those that I have seen I think the memory of Arnold, though that was not his real name, comes back to me most vividly and haunts me most often. Arnold's tragedy was a tragedy of drink. There are a good many people drinking today, thoughtlessly, recklessly, because It Is clever, or expensive, or Illegal, or devilish, to do to. and not because they have an appetite for drink. Otherwise sensible people take the habit lightly, girls Joke about it, college boys play with it as children play with fire, and middle-agepeople take It to prove that they can afford the stuff. City officials wink ft It and order the police to arrest no one unless It is absolutely Impossible to do otherwise, but to get the fellows off the main streets. Few really do anything to help matters except to try to decide whether prohibition Is a blessing or a crime. I was called to Arnold's room on lull gray Saturday afternoon In winter. It was necessary that I coma quickly, the messenger said. There were three or four fellows In the room when I entered, and the air was heavy with tobacco smoke and stifling with the odor of whisky. Gilbert, sitting crumpled up In the corner of the room with his head In his hands, looked tip white-face- d and terrified as I entered. No one sioke, but speech was unnecessary. On the bed, ghastly and horrible, lay Arnold, dead. I got the story out of them brokenly, for they were all too agitated to talk coherently. Gilbert had furnished tbe irhlsky and they bad spent the afternoon gambling and drinking. It was a lark only that was Intended, but there was a good deal of the liquor, and they were all soon under Its Influence. Then suddenly as they were In the midst of their hilarity Arnold had pitched forward upon the table. They thought It a Joke at first, but nothing that they could do would revive him; he was quite dead. Staggering, they carried him to the bed and sent for me. I recall all the details of the Inquest two days later the toother of Arnold broken-hearted- . Gilbert searching In vain for comfort and consolation, and the dead boy lying upon the bed, tbe fumes of liquor still coming from his lips. There wss nothing to be done, nothing to be said; there Is not now. Gilbert departed and I have never seen or heard of blm again. Westers Newspaper Ualoa.) & ;i d ',". i i J : - V i v J.j '.iamAmM-m- i I TTi v i jl sWWBBssssWR . 1 Ir!1! ! ' I .i ,,, I By THOMAS ARKLg CLARK Dean of Men, University of Illinois. ;1 fir LfJrfe c J ', m, 9 f This Is the tomb which Is being prepared for the body of Knrlco Caruso in the late tenor's home chapel In the Clmltero del Plnnte, Naples. The casket will be transferred here as soon as the decorations have been completed. ThovtffTifft of V'g'btf S'ecrs To the nokod eye at nnv one Mme only nhon' ormo stars are visible But If the observer goes to clITerent pirns of the earth at the most propttlnus seas his of t ie yenr fl.000 stars tuny oe brought within range of the human eye onsided. Mankind' Use of Metal Gold was probably the rrst metal to be used by man. Metallic gold was found in tbe beds of streams. It whs used for ornaments before any other metal was discovered. The first metal put to practical use was copper, made Into knives and other Implement at least fi.tXsl years ago. Law of Pr ogres Everything bears within Itself an Impulse to strive after a higher degree of divinity, and th.it Is the great taw of progress throughout all nature. Fish Frozen in Ice It Is said that there are nn'hentl cpfed caws of flslie and frogs whleh have survived after hnvlng been Incased In solbl lee. This Is because coldblooded creatures such as fish and frogs have a very low standard of bent Their body temperature Is only slightly above that of the surrounding ntmoyphere. However, fishes and froes frozen In lee wo'ild not usually survive. Pathfinder Magazine. RADIO We handle only R. C. A. Line Priced from $42.50 to $425.00 Installed. Have in tcck for immediate delivery set for .... $42.50, $105.00 $185.00 $269.00. Will be glad to demonstrate either modeL NOTE "Westinghousc" and General Electric Co. are builders of K. C. A. Sets. They maintain the largest corps of Radio Engineers in the world. They are first in Radio development. Judd Garage !