THE PAGE FOUR ' 'i The TV"! 1 Ktll ' Six Mouths One Year J100 . . $2.00 Traffic Regulations. Traffic regulations and their proper enforcement are of vital importance to the safeguarding of human lives. Prevention of accidents is far better than taking action after some person has paid with his or her life, what may have been prevented by proper observance of traffic laws. n of Traffic signs at the Main and first north street and also at Main and first South street are needed as a safeguard against accidents. These two streets carry a great deal of traffic and at the present are danger points. One of the most important traffic rules is the proper use of arm signals which are as follows: making a left hand turn, the driver's arm should be extended straight out to the side: making a right hand turn, the arm should be raised to a forty-fiv- e de gree angle; stop sign, the arm should be lowered to the side of car. In ad dition to using these signals the driver should be cautious, and be sure to observe traffic before making a turn. With the wide streets and the amount of traffic that we have here, jt is not necessary for motorists to drive to the intersections before making the turn, but if a little common sense is used, traffic conditions can be greatly improved. Inter-sectio- From Paymaster To SAVINGS Do you make the trip each payday from paymaster to savings ? It is a journey that will bring its own reward, for it leads to financial independence later in life,- when your productive days are over. - An Unparalleled Growth. FIRS! i its it! The electric light has just passed birthday. Think of n years ago there were no electric lights. Thomas Edison's first lamps were not much like the 0 forty-seven- th Forty-seve- Edison Mazda of today. For many years the electric light was enjoyed by but a few; it was too E3 expensive for the masses. Today jt is the cheapest kind of light. It costs so insignificant in the family bud is Fishes' Sense of Smell Largest Known Planet it is hardy considered. The Naval observatory says the disTo determine whether fish have a get that From nothing to over 7 billion was Mars of the blindfolded sense preof were planet covery smell, carp historic. Its density Is 71 per cent of at the zoological Institute at the Uni- dollars invested, js the record of less that of the earth; orbital velocity, 15 versity of Mujeh, In Germany. It was than half a century of electric devel miles per second ; length of orbit, 887 found that the fish refused to eat bits opment. Single plants are now being miles; closest approach to the earth, of meat boiled to extract every trace built in the East, Middle West and 7 p. m., eastern standard time, Auof odor, but when a similar piece o? on the Pacific Coast which develop meat was sweetened the carp snapped hundreds of thousands of horsepower. gust 22, 1!)24. To shut off electric lights today It up greedily. would jeopradise health and destroy Distributed Widely Quality commercial activity in the nation. Good sense Is of all things among Remembrance Mr. Edison, at 84, has taken part in men the most equally distributed ; for Without oblivion there Is no re- the growth of- - an industry from the everyone thinks himself so abundantmembrance possible. When both ob- beginning as no other man ly provided with it that even those livion and memory are wise, when has ever been probably privileged to do. who are the most difficult to satisfy the general soul of limn is clear, meIn everything else do not usually delodious, true, there may come a modsire a larger measure of this quality ern Iliad as memorial of the past. The New Agriculture. than they already possess. Descartes. Onrlyle. We carry a complete line of Player Pianos, Pianos, Brunswick New Musical Instruments, Band & String Instruments, The Latest Phonograph Records and Piano Rolls, and also A Good Line of Standard Make Radio Sets. This Is Our Line Come in for a Demonstration. SERVICE & SATISFACTION GUARANTEED Some Used Pianos, Cheap; also Radio Sets, some for Less than Half Price, such as the Crosley and others. THE MUSIC STORE Robert Lomax, Mgr. tfnARCoV ran Times-New- s Subscript Ion Hat oh: K Friday, November 26th. 1926 NEPHI, UTAH S, sport and its education. Education U the very life of the nation sport3 i'.s pastime. The former, like our water Published Every Friday by the Times and air, Is taken for granted and al News Publishing Company most considered routine; the latter is A. to. GIBSON. Editor and Managei dramatic, impulsive and full of mo 3E if? TIMES-NEW- ONE WAY TO CUT IETROIEUHI THE COST CORNER You are confronted every day with the question of economizing on the cost of operating your car. You can accomplish much by choosing wisely your gas and oil. PAKCO C.as and Oil and YKEDOL Oi! meet your demand for a full money's worth of power and mileage. Drive 'round and try a filling. Next time, you will come on your own invitation. We please with our service. JudcFs Garage G, R. Judd in charge Nephi, Utah Hudson and Essex Cars i Profit rather than price is this to be the new slogan of Agriculture J. W. Coverdale. for several vear executive secretary of the Americaa farm Bureau Federation and today an outstanding man in Middle West agriculture, is a proponent of this idea. Another is Arthur Hunington, of Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Today, Cover-dale'- s ideas of efficiency are exemplified in the crusade ho is carrying on toward the elimination of needless duplication in elevators in the small towns of Iowa. Hunineton h:i preached and written the gospel of industrialization and electrification of the farm. "Dollar corn is no longer the slo gan, coverdale points out. "The producer is now thinking of corn that can be sold for more than the cost of production. He now sees that he must not only get a large return per acre, but a higher return per worker. That he must have efficient production equipment, and learn to ue It efficiently. Average results are not his aim; If he is to micron,! his practices must be the best In the Industry. "In the past, practlcnllv the onl thing considered as a barometer nf agricultural conditions has been Trice. A high price has been arror.t. ed as prosperity; and a low price as calamity. Mr. Coverdale, however, defines tho correct price of a product an that price which will niov" the entire crop into consumption without a shortage or carry-over- ; and provide a profit for th producer. The first .step in cooperative mcr- iinnclixliiR is the pact ice of on th,. p,lrt of those who would cooperate; claims Coverdale. who nls points t ih.-.- t the farmer cannot have both public aid and a:i his personal liberties m one and the same time. Neither can producers who want to cooperate with others do so unless they are willing to their personal liberties tho sake of the cooperation Dearborn Independent. SHEAFFER'S tion. We are not belittling the value of sports in the life of people. We recognize their unifying influence in our institutions. It is a healthful sign when our citizens grow in their love for outdoor play. There is a tendency, however, to indulge in these exorcises and sports purely by proxy. It is a fact that the nation's expenditure for spectacular sports makes the outlay for education look insignificant. We have recently completed the World Baseball Series which approached a million and a quarter gate receipts; our last b'g prize fight, two million dollars. This latter figure js but a fraction of the cost of the fight when the other exof penses the fans are Perfection In Their Field Those who are familiar with the evolution and improvements in fountain pens realize that the been developed in the mind of Mr. W. A. Sheaffer. Sheaffer pens are the only pens that are guaranteed at the source of sale. Your guarantee is with the retailer direct and not thru much red tape getting adjustments from the manufac- two-ma- years. proximating thirty-nin- e There is another angle to th's viewpoint of relative values. A middle western metropolitan newspaper sold 50,000 more copies the morning after the Dempsey-Tunnefight than it did the morning after the election turer. y Pens priced' from from Pencils Giftie Sets from Desk Sets from ly What Price Education? Foot ball looms lari. in the info est of the nation. It Is nssoelat d al- mom w holly w ith our inst it of it i,nt learning and In concede, n,. inter ' porti. both in colleee and high l.or-1i iius ic.vis i a pei illation a to n.r iciauvo position or t lie country a to to to to $8.75 4.25 15.00 20.00 a that Last.'' We are exclusive agents for East Juab County. "We Are Here To Serve" Nephi Drug Company ht Geo. D. Raymond, Owner. Music From Belfries St. Kombold'S Singing tower In self-defens- e. Belgium, has forty-flv- e at Body's Ingredients Ma-line- bells; the belfry at Bruges has forty; and a similar number sound. from Antwerp's cathedral spire. In the belfry at Mons are forty-fou- r bells, and from the belbells still ring. fry at Ghent fifty-tw- o The chief ingredients of the human body turn to gases water, vapor and carbon dioxide. The others, calcium, phosphorus, etc., turn Into solids which become a part of the soil. The body changes not to gas alone, but to gas and dust. Old Tin Cans Yield Fortune In Copper dollar hill" of Butte. In addition to the tin cans and labscrap iron, the oratory equipment consists of out-doo- a few brooms and shovels, wheelbarrows and tronphs. ''It isn't really transmutation," says James Gillie, who is in cIvtrc of t!ie precipita""The correct ting plants. term would be 'replacement'. The water, coming out of the mines, carries the copper in solution. When the water tiie staple foodstuffs find their way comes in contact with iron it drops in tables the the dinner to majority of the copper and picks up the iron behomes arc this company's piece de cause it has a greater affinity for iron Tho stronger the cook's than it has for copper." resistance. arm and thr more slashed and battered This simple process i so thorough the tin can the better the Anaconda that approximately 35 per cent of the Company li!.er, it. copper in solution is the average recovery. It .sometimes is as high as Accidental Discovery 3 per cent. One James Icdiord, a Carolinian, Magic Water is responsible for t'.ic whole tiling. This dirty water seems to possess There are several versions of t'le story almost mapir ,ia!ities. Sluiced down of his culpability. One is that who. was a resident of lltittc in over the junk heaps it soon pives the '''Is, visited his Carolina home the tin cans and other scrap the gleam one Christmas and aceids ivally noticed of burnished armor. In the horizontal tanks the copper the precipitation resulting from water which accumulates on this rbhi.li is containing copper in solution passing over some lin cans in his yard. At attacked periodically by men with brooms and swept off. Sometimes it any rate, L'dford hastened U Untie, is necessary to "pound'' off the copper. a contract with Marcus Daly, F.very ran that is sent to the tanks one of Anaconda's pioneers, for flic is rcalmenf of the streams of wafer !.i'k-1-punched with many hobs and the are removed. It has been found from the mines there, and el aned vp that this permits fiver flow of the f"T himself Ins before f.f'l(J'i) iter and more effective precipitaepir-dtion. The point of copper n t'e-has in Sinre a si'e.i'ile fortune mine water has lio been detiniti ly .. !i year from the d rmim- -l en n;t i:r! tl,c. .x,,Ti,.nn., .vrk-er- s ....... r ( f thoir o , ,i, f'l eit'fe co' red cor'rtid iH.r !i r ' .i ' ::;'(' I) 15 pun IX l y in .m i, to th of t'.s ci til bi.liou weight in lie ty from lii.. dej lopjr. stout The Grant Anaconda Company Take A Serious Interest In Butte's Rubbish Dumps. self-restrai- fo-n-- $2.75 1.00 8.50 10.00 Sheaffer products are the "Gifts 1 fr PQ4 n I ingreat majority of important novations in fountain pens have, estimated. Contributed. PENCILS DESK SETS LEADS PENS GIFTIE SETS SKRIP The American public paid this price n combat that las'ed a for a minutes, and yet total of thirty-nin- e in this country we spend but a billion and a half dollars yearly to train twenty-thre- e million boys and girlsfor a fight "that lasts an average ap- November 2nd. Sport news is, therefore, looked upon as a matter of great importance by the newspapers, and, based upon public demand, so. As a specialized subject it increasingly outranks the space of any other department in the day's news. When the Corbett-Sulliva- n in 1S92 a newspaper took place fight not overly devoted to sports printed more than seven columns about, it during the two weeks immediately preceding the contest. In 1923, for a like period previous to the Dempsey-Firp- o battle, the same paper used thirty-eigcolumns. In the Dempsey-Tunney fight this year, the s.ime paper used ninety columns. No process of thinking can lead us to conclude that education ha? gained a corresponding emphasir.. Nor will it, until we have a shifting of demand on the part of the public. We believe in the manly art of Our conception of the either for the greatest individual or the nation, is education. It costs less and gives more. 55 3Ej some time now, the city of Montana, b;n had far than the avcr.ire les cwic'-rcity in ".he ancient problem, how to tIisKi;c of the empty tin cam, worn out aiit'nobile parts and all the other flotsam which accumulate at its bie'it doors in constantly augmrtinij heaps. A Inrne share of this work is taken off the hands of the That Imcc inmunicipal authorities. dustry, the Anaconda Copper Company, almost as well known as the State itself, has an insatiable appetite for snth refine. From the jtiah-!iirh thr jjreat c'n-panmanner with luirts dnM al! the o' 'rail it se i;:, t'j tho-e- ' livim; in IVitte as if .f'i- - v rv ( x ' ii (f the i ! JT'vIt .1 e ss .f ti the 'lYi'i-on. i't fi'M-'- i ?f;it:'.itM cans .f the cmim,.n vaiicty in nhii.li FOR ly v ili-- I.ed-for- con-tra- saci-vm- -,! c e;i-r- '.