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Dec. Thursday. 15, THE 1932 Sahara Made Waste by Pre Xmas Reduced Prices $1.98 to $7.98 DRESSES, from Silk, Wool and Knit SILK PAJAMAS AND NTTKGOWXS $2.00 $1.69 Value, 79c FLANNEL PAJAMAS KAYON PAJAMAS, Ladies and Girls $1.00 val- 89c ues. HATS from 59c to $1.50, Metalic and Velvet turbans KNITTED CAPS fur tfirls & Misses WOOL SKIRTS $1.98 to $2.49 98c $1.50, $1.98 49c 87c 89c to $1.29 $6.25 to $12.50 79c to 98c SWEATERS KID GLOVES WOOL GLOVES SCARE SETS STRULWARE HOSE COATS HOUSE DRESSES Hanson Style Shop Destruction of Forests Everybody knows that trees, apart from their direct economic value, exert a beneficial Influence affecting climate, agriculture, and even the very existence of man. This cud be more clearly demonstrated in Africa where vast ureas are drying up ami becoming depop-ulate- d as the direct result of forest destruction. Recent scientific research lias shown that the Sahara has not always been desert. Remains of trees have been found on the banks of vanished rivers and on the shores of dried up lakes. At the time of Mohammed it Is that about 1.000.(KX) estimated Arabs Invaded parts that are now desert. They cut the forests to make their farms, moving on to repeat the same process of destruction as soon as they hud reaped their crops. They brought with them vast herds of goats. It is probable that each Arab possessed about 100 goats. Now 100,000,000 goats following In the train of 1,000,000 nomadic farmers would not allow of much tree growth, foi the goat Is the bete nolr of the forest. To the north of the Gold coast. In a territory under the French sphere of Influence, vast areas are drying up and becoming depopulated as the direct result of forest deIn certain tribes the struction. chiefs have forbidden marriage and their women refuse to bear children, because they see the end of the forest in sight and they will not raise sons and daughters to starvation. Free From Taint of Patois Canadian-Frenc- He's Doughnut King h Beckles Wilson In his book on Quebec answers the question as to the whether French language spoken and taught in Canada Is the same as that of France as follows: "Is it a patois, that is to say, a dialect which may be purely spoken according to Its own rules? No; Canadian-FrencIs French archaically spoken with a slight admixture of English terminology. ""AI If- v lthough It comes from Normandy and Brittany. It resembles In accent that spoken today In Chartres, Beauce and perhaps also Perche. Patois exists in no part of Canada, neither In the country nor In the cities. It is true, certain forms of speech are In use which a Parisian might not understand, but the Norman or Breton peasant would unWhen M. Vlvianl of derstand." France addressed the Canadian parliament at Ottawa, he complimented the descendants of the v French settlers of Canada in having maintained. In all Its purity and This industrioius student starts perfection, the French language his working day at 3 A. M.. using which Is heard throughout the modern cooking equipment in his whole world. kitchen. He makes his deliveries after school hours and his products appear to have a well established reRing About Sun and Moon reputation, because he always sells The weather bureau says that and makes He sales. his peats there are two kinds of rings about 25 dozen doughnuts daily. Mr. Allen is originally from King- the sun and moon. Those that are ston, Utah, in Ptute County. He is close In only one to four or five a junior at the College and is maj- diameters of the moon, say, away which we call coronas, are caused oring in the school of Agriculture. by water droplets. The smaller the, droplets the larger the rings. The Two Famous Hills other rings, the true halos, occurto hill Bunker The distance from ring much farther away, are caused Breeds hill Is about 700 yards. Al- by Ice crystals. There are several of famous engagement the though such rings, but each one always June IT, 1775, Is known as the Bat- has the same angular size. The was the fighting tle of Bunker Hill, size depends on the shape of the done on Breeds hill. Bunker Hill (usually, but not always, crystals hill. monument stands on Breeds column with flat a short ends perpendicular to the sides), the course of the light through the crystals and the amount of banding this light undergoes as it enters a face of the crystal at a given h "'III ti'4J&$L, t, . LOGAN Luris P. Allen. "Dough- nut King' at the Utah State Agricultural College has Inherited something of the ingenius industry of his Puritan ancestors He is a descendant of four Allen brothers who came to America on the Mayflower and withstood the rigid tribulations of the first settlers here. Luris is working his way through school by making and selling daughnuts. By this means he not only pays his expenses, but also supports his family of four. college Jut Blurred For the third time she said to her little son, "Run quickly and wash your hands for dinner." He looked over hla hands and then returned the verdict: "Mother, they aren't really dtty Just klnda blurred." Montreal Star. six-side- d YOU CAN- - enjoy a Musical Xmas this year. Come in and see 1933's newest Radio Sensation. A new concord, 5 Tube Radio priced at $29.95. Terms as low as $3.00 down with a year to pay the baland with no interest! ance ALSO-- See and hear our new KOLSTER RADIO that will elminate 98 per cent of all man-mad- e static. Only Kolster has this feature! Priced $41.00 to $148.00. And Don't Forget We do RADIO REPAIRING AT REASON- ABLE PRICES. slope. Tomato From Peru? Peru Is thought to have been the native home of the tomato, and the naUves of Mexico are known to have grown It since very early times. They called them or zltotmates from which the present word, tomato, has probably been derived. It was not until nearly 100 years after the discovery of America that Europeans became acquainted with the tomato and even after they had known the plant for many years it was used mainly for ornamental purposes, the food value of the fruit being little suspected. xlot-mat- No Butting In "Put up your hands I" commanded the larger of two bandits, who had stopped the motor coach. "We're goln' to rob the gents and kiss all the ladies." remonstrated the smaller "No, one, gallantly. "We'll rob the gents all right, but well leave the ladies alone." "Toung man," snapped a woman passenger of uncertain age. "mind Tour friend's your own business London managing this holdup !" 1 TIMKS-XKW- S. XKPHI. UTAH PAGE FIVE Items Local-Soci- al Mrs. Elizubeth Rees is a few days in this city visiting daughter. Mrs. Robert Wmn OPREME Stair itnd Maurice Starr among the Salt Lake visitors me week-en- d W:lhum tier v "'''' iwr ISiiKlmm Garrett of Delta visited Mr. and Mrs Russell Hawkins over the week-en- d with his family were in Salt Lake City Sunday in Has city. and Monday on business. Mr. and Mrs J N. Jorgenson of Mrs Kate Bowles visited m Suit Reno. Nevada spent last week-en- d Lake City during the foreport of here visaing with Mrs Jorgenson's the week with Mr. and Mrs. Frank parents. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert BaiRussell, returning to her home in ley Kephi Wednesday evenlmj l A program will be presented in the South Ward Relief SocMr. and Mrs. A. B. Armstrong iety me.inf next Tuesday afterdaughter DaLone, and son Tom, of noon. The lesson from the opera, Salt Lake City were week-en- d guests "Faust" will be given by Mrs. Anna of Mr and Mrs. E. Alton Memmott. Allred. Musical numbers will include Mrs. Armstrong and children "The Soldiers Chorus", Prison unKl Wednesday visiting' Scene", and "Cavatina". all from XMAS VALUES box XMAS GREETING CARDS, Folders, Parchments. All Tissue Colored, Lined 49c per box Envelopes A Value Unsurpassed. 1 sH-cla- with relatives. the opera. Ft. Green News and Mrs. George Bigler of Nephl were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Eskiel Anderson last Sunday. Mr. 21 Levan News The annual Sunday school conference was held Sunday morning in the ward meeting house. Many excellent demonstrations of the work were given. ' Mr. and Mrs. Earl Worthington The annual Wood Dance was held were honored guests at a bundle a last Friday evening, wKh large at shower given Monday evening at tendance. thte home of Mrs. Delyle Morgan. A delicious luncheon "was served to Misses Olive Taylor, Vlnnle Ward conference was held Sun Christensen, Josephine Stephcnsen, day afternoon. Due to the epidemic of serious colds, the attendance was Ruby Mortensen, Mr and Mrs. Delyle Morgan. Mr. and Mrs. Elden very light. Rulon Sherwood. Foster Morcan Gardner, Lyman Christensen, Bosh and James Morgan. Many The support of the people of Ft. Green is asked for the entertain beautiful and useful gifts were recment to be given by the ward cholr eived by the honored couple. on December 23rd. Funeral services were held last Four inches of snow fell Friday Sunday in the ward meeting house night in Fountain Green. The snow for Mrs. Sophia Christensen, who has been followed by severe cold, the passed away at the home of her temperature going far below zero daughter, Mrs. Charles Ray In Glen Dale California. Tuesday morning, each night. following a brief illness. The musical numbers Included Mrs. Eskil Anderson was honored on her birthday anniversary a vocal duet, Vlnnle Christensen last week by having relatives spend and Olive Taylor, Vocal solo, Elgin the day with her. Social chat occu- Gardner, Vocal trio, Vinnlri Christpied the time, and a delicious hot ensen, Olive Taylor and Reva Chrisdinner was served to Mr and Mrs. tensen; Trombone solo, Russel GarJos. Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. N. M. dner. The speakers who told of the Jensen. Caroline Hansen, Etta Han- life of Mrs. Christensen and of her sen, Emma Higgins, Sarah Hansen family were 'Lorenzo Mangelson, Mrs. W. I. Oldroyd, with her dau- Niels Lundsteen, and Bishop E. P. ghter and son a;, of Venice; Mrs. Peterson. The invocation was givLuvina Aagard and daughter Reva, en by Hans Anderson and the benMr. and Mrs. Glen SheDherd and ediction by LeGrande Mangelson. Mrs. Christensen was born May children. 30, 1862, on the ocean, three days Mrs. Glen Shepherd and children before landing in New York. She of Mount Pleasant spent the past married Peter Poder, when about three weeks at the home of her par eighteen years of age, in Spanish ents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Huggins. Fork. To this union, two sons, Peter o Jr. and James were born. Follow ing the death of her husband, she maried Carl P. Chritsensen In 1895 Vagaries of Spiders Five sons and two daughters were Spiders are cniinjbajs... Members born to them. f some species often associate She Is survived by three sons and with members of other species, all two daughters, Ervin Christensen living together without animosity, Los Angeles, California, Wm. Chrisapparently, when there Is sufficient tensen and Mrs. Nora Ray of Glen food for ail. Members of other Dale California, Mrs. Edna Peterspecies are intolerant of strangers. son and Allan Christensen of LeSome webs are suited to snare van. Mr. Christensen died several very small and delicate Insects that years ago. Out of town people attending the breed In water close to the spiders' services were: Soren Sorenson and dwelling place. Not far from these Mr. and Mrs. James Sorenson, Ellie webs may be seen stout webs that Mr. and Mrs. Earl Phillips hold heavy insects. Some hunting Nelson, and Mr. and Mrs. Ferris Sorenson spiders live In flowers and catch of Spanish Fork, Mr. and Mrs. Cen-u- s flying Insects that sip the flowers' Christensen of Moroni, J. A. nectar. Other spiders live all their Christensen and family of Nephi, lives under stones, and feed almost Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ray and Mr. exclusively on creatures that crawl. and Mrs. William Christensen of They shun moths and butterflies Glen Dale, California, and Ervin and other Insects that flap their Christensen of Los Angeles. wlns. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Worthington of Nephi are house guests here for a few days at the home of Mrs. Unique Work of Art Wbrthington's mother, Mrs. Eliza The little Italian town of Pistoja Morgan. can pride Itself on the by no means The ward reunion was held last Insignificant contribution to the engineering eminence of the country, Friday and was well attended. About and may take some glory for add- 200 were entertained at dinner and ing the word "pistol" to the- Eng- at supper. A splendid program was lish dictionaries, but Its fine and given in the afternoon and followwas enjoyed. notable ancient buildings are Its ing supper dancing o chief glory, whether secular or ecclesiastical. In any other country Cause of Sunburn town they would be naturally faIt Is not the heat of the sun, but mous but In Italy where so many the ultra-violrays which produce small towns are similarly glorious, unburn. o they do not as greatly Impress. The visitor should especially seek out the magnificent frieze of the Ospedale del Ceppo, executed by Giovanni della Robbla, representing the Seven Works of Mercy, for this work of art is unique. Al-d- en OUR XMAS CANDIES are very choice and Select. The kind that pleases your system. Come early and make your selection. XMAS TREE DECORATIONS At unheard of values. USEFUL GIFTS NOTHING MORE APPRECIATED AT THIS TIME OF THE YEAR THAN A GOOD HOT WATER BOTTLE, A BOX OF FACE POWDER, A WATERMAN FOUNTAIN PEN STATIONERY VALUES IN XMAS DRESS Come in and look around, let us show you what we have with no obligation on your part to buy. It Pleases Us To Please You Ord & Mangelson Mona Happenings The Mona Ward M. I. A. will present a special Christmas program on Tuesday evening, December 27. Numbers on the program include the following: Song, Erma Shepherd and Company; Saxaphone solo, Melvln Kay; Retold story, Velna Evans; Song, Henry Ewell; Trombone solo, Ralph Garfield; Tap aance. Donna Newell and Company; Talking act, Herman Young and Elmer Kay; Piano solo, Melba Fow-ke- s; Reading Madge Summers; Musical number, Vernon Davles. The annual Gold and Green Ball of the Mona Ward will be given Enjoy your visits at "Filthy Lucre" "lucre," signifying comes from the Latin lucrum, meaning gain. Mrs. J. H. Waters Pres. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH 23. o The word money, At these special Rates Two persons, outside room with bath $2.50 Family Room, Four or Five persons, $5.00 RATES, $2 to $4, SINGLE Two members in family-Singrate plus 50c. le A Glass W. E. Sutton, C. W. West Gen. Mgr. Asst. Gen. Mgr. of MILK for Lunch SELL Milk for lunch supplies yon with the right amount of energy with which to carry yon through the afternoon. milk refreshes and acts as a quick pick-uMilk makes your lunch taste mueh better. Order it today. p. J ClS. 1 WEEK 1 TO CHRISTMAS Shop Early Mail Early Buy Meadowbrook Dairy Watches, Jewelry, Diamonds, Wedding Rings Fine Watch and Jewelry Repairing a Specialty G. W. Moreland, Jeweler Hawkins Bldg. Nephi, U. Christmas Seals Tit-Bit- s. Beast The alpaca, native of the table lands of Peru, is an important source of wool for the Peruvians and at the same time serves as a beast of burden. The wool when clipped every year, attains a length ot about eight Inches, although It will grow much longer If left uncut. It appears to be related to the camels of the Old world, although the resemblance Is not so pronounced until the all tea has been Two-Purpo- Cuningham Orcturns and R. C. A. Tubes Sanders Radio Shop Skeleton Within Skeleton strange find was made by a man living near Bulawayo, South Africa. It was the skeleton of a jackal Inside the skeleton of a horse. Some speculation has arisen as to bow one animal came to be Inside the other. It Is thought that the Jackal, finding the horse dead on the veldt, started to gnaw Into the body, and was trapped by the collapse of the carcass while eating Its way toward the front of the shoulder blades. A sheered the NEWHOUSE HOTEL Friday evening, December et Slaves First Before Wives Slaves have more rights than wives or children In an Independent African state of which Oforl Atta Is paramount chief, according to recent revelations made by a student of Akan law. There a man's property must remain In his own clan. His wife can never become a member of his family or clan, so that neither she nor her children can Inherit his property. If he chooses, however, the man can make his slave a member of his family and then can leave his property to the slave, although law forbids him to will It to his son. Tha Don Floods Twice The Uiver Lou, located in the central part of Russia, is visited annually by two floods, known by the natives as the warm water flood and the cold water flood. The cold water flood comes first anil Is caused by the melting of snow In the lower parts of the river, which brings a run of cold water. The warm water flood follows later In the season when the ice of the upper reaches melts and Is warmed by the time It reaches the lowlands, causing the second flood. Men's suits and O' coats .Ladies Plain Coats Ladies plain silk Dresses Cleaned and Pressed 75c Luther Chase Linton, Cleaner 597 NORTH 3rd EAST PHONE 192 DESERET MORTUARY Why pay more for less THOMAS BAILEY, MANAGER Telephone Nephi 55 "SERVICE ABOVE ALL"