A Normal Heliiiol. To thk Euitoii ok Thk Timks: The plan of starting a normal school presented pre-sented in Thk 1'imks of Monday is a little late in making its appearance Such a plan has already been discussed and it is proposed to open such a school the coming year in connection with the Salt Lake Seminary. The advantages this institution has to offer are many, and they are worthy of careful consideration. consid-eration. Tho property at present is worth $100,000 and will probably enhance greatly in valuo soon. To add something some-thing to this amount is a much more feasible nlan than to start barehanded and be obliged to raise this sum in addition ad-dition to the balance needed to establish estab-lish such a school. The school building is new and has seating capacity for !!00 students. The rooms are large, airy, aud well lighted. There Is also a boarding hall which, in connection with the seminary building, will accommodate 50 boarding board-ing students. The, location is central and easily accessible from all parts of the city. Plan's can be perfected for opening this department in these buildings in tlie fall, while tho delay that may attend at-tend the selection of grounds and erection erec-tion of buildings for a new organization organiza-tion may givo opportunity for some other ciiy to secure the initiative. With l liu pledge of a few thousand dollars for present needs and the use of present buildings till their capacity is outgrown by the school and a laud donation do-nation for it, future location in some purl of the city the liuaucial strength would be assured. Prof. Baxter, principal of the seminary, semi-nary, is an educator of largo experience in tlie best schools of the east ami has done more or less institute work. In the event of opening a normal school he also expects soon to publish some school text books. Noi.mal School; ' - '