THE DISERET EAGLE. 6 btf'.n' Y wr Qrst duty to yonr cblid at preset 1 4 to m e tlvi he is on Laud at the time dxed for the opening of the school. By allowiLg bim to remain at home IaU r you i jure not only bim, but every TKKM: Many schools ji mberof his class. Vor trliool car In advanee- H.3U mak'.' a practice of placing dilatory iu;W known Atlverllxitix pupils in a grade lower than that 1b WU pIiCMllON. a blch they properly belong, on the " 'i.''!"1 .JL"!IJ principle that they have no right to t The ikijfi!l oi tills p .j r i t ' retard a class while they are endeavortho an of piloting to the pupil- - ih ing to catch up with it. THE DESERET EAGLE. MDifif tohim, Salt Lakh City. Utah. mill. ln axkmm ;iTCAii7rKi We wish to take this opportanhy tv puollcli thank those of the Institution of which appeared in ou: 3pers (a last issue) who hare remembered us bo aindly ib ttie rasi and Jr. givta us now to be able to send a pa In return. , Because au Institution is id ill is no reason why tboe who are wukng lo bollilitpfthooldbe shut off from a it e gra-iltasur- 9r outu tbr knowledge of what pfofrss on. We regard the Institution yress a being a vciy aiuaele aid to tat work of the education. of the d af. is-goin- g We print below the letter rccelred with the firm subscription to fb Kaqlk. It Is pleasant to receive such words of encouragement, and In beiuil of our pupils we return thanks. To the Pupils, In the Peat Mute Department,' Of tne UuiverMty of . Ladles Gentlemen : I beg to acknowledge uclpt of the 1st number of "Tiik Dilskue; D-;&er- , EAGLK"-t- 'r which you will pit-as-s ac- - willtrta'.y u wiih indifferw -- ill' n-- ed We very much fear that tbe yew York Journal is a II' .Ic wbei i ays ti e t d tic f i V r.d'r. Iu'Nhw York, ia ban assured fact. to has (VingresfS yet pasn on that and it lot ks from the way they have one to work la the matter, as if Chlago or St. Louis will be mere likely to get It than Ntw York. However that may be, we would sot be In f vor of postponing the uro -- Teachet's Convention till then. Let us Kviry ctjl'd craves the co!inaendi-tfo- n have the Convention text eu aimer ud f. tbt of those he lovs,and a kindly have au international emigre? word of approval from you when he Deaf during the World's Pair the has done well, will go far towards Paris Congress, as is well k nowD, wah moulding bischar&c'er as jou would a fallare. Let us have one and fhow have I. Investigate quietly any com the world how w condut such We give the suggestion for what ulaints your ch id may make: You have a right to asure yourself that he it is worth. It is none too soon for the is properly treted. but you have ntthc powers that be to work up the matter. Missouri it cord. right to cord( mn unheard the officers We fully agree with the abovt. To of a school on the word of a mere child. deaf-atu- U s of America and their Do not Interfere, txicp? for very the special reasons, with the cor.rse or friend, the nation! c onvention is too methods of Icstsuuioiv undtr which important an affair toplay a cone le to T e rnjeers of big show. Especially your child U plact-to lb' if ibt big show the sohools have been taught by many sbouid we obj U :.o ae k Id ii. N w; York. Tue cHy years experience in Judging of the been too parsimonious to ereet capacities of deaf cbidren what is best, that has xnounraent ov; the remain of for each Individual. Above all, do not a decent incourage ycur child in the desire he General Grant may securr., by her own tee intional txhidi-Mi4- n; may sometimes show to change ir m pkCulUr out the Auis ricj. educators of the one trade to another. Here, l?o, U e school authorities know what is best d af hould have too v.uich rtspect for :.bt'maelves ml 'lv-l-r woik to allow for eac?i pupil m-bl- iss UU-d- d c cept my thanks.- Much credit Is due the Principal, teachers and students of the Uuiverbitj for their endeavors, la loi ou y tat publlction of this small sheet ; but aii their efforts to beiuilt, tuemselvea sn:? N ary every instl-utionow publishes others. a school paper Subscribe it and find Herewith you will my check keep informed of what is being done, for the subscription price of 11 Tiik and of the health and progress of yonr D&3KRRT EAGLK", child. Turly yours, etc. Vist him occasionally if y u cm con L. S. W. veniently do so, but try to call at a 'line when you will not interrupt thr ADVICE TO PAKE NTS. chool or shop work. schools which a liberal govern The Do not call your child noun on slight ment has provided for the education oi ureltxt. Do not remove him from the our children are about to btgia summer institution for the before the year's work. school year is ended, or permanently n fr an-gth- er tiv rat ti'sri y Mr ence. H yon witHold fr.-.-love, he will cease to love ou. If youd no seek toiotfresthlrn In the horn- at:o ai.cw he cannot We exp-.it.aij tachment for it. Do no! allow the tie that bind him to home and kindred to btcoim lnot through his long absvuee. D yoir h will full duty towards him the pride and support of yuur dtclli.fag years'S lent World. yourself months. Write to your child frequently. Keep him informed of what beppens at home. Show-tha- t you are intcrestad ia what he is (loin? at school. Use simple lanL'ungf, such as he can understand, E- courage him to write to you. Mi lcoriect, as far ,aa you can fhe TPisokei h- - nny make in doing so, fn this way you will .greasy aulst tht- Sons bl teachers are making to give him a command of the English langu tnat your chlM y-.- u tht-Univi'w- ity THE DE8ERET EAGLE, Utah School for tiik Dkaf, c.mplttv.i;;he;iullciur?8 now, o vrill he protmbly treat you n'vTi n is!nde-peBite- nt si to are old tnd and If an upon him. If ou are indllf As ycu Department of Do not imagine that having resigned of Detpret. your child to the care of the school Add res all com ruu ideations and authorities your duty towards it has been done, and you need not concern subscriptions to about it for the next nine Mot a-i- of P'U.tl - j rle e m-.tho'd- -- r.hclr convention oab g circus. Utcnme. L asidc-sho- w us have our con():avo:i Sten We i- - vention as nsual are of like mind. Tr there Is going on to attract our att .!; .-.- th r u i; will be tor the ctus;: of deaf-mu- te education. Our conventions are of too K-s-s rr much iin.oriauc o a mu to anythirg. T i.jc.me reumeat that the Worl fair would help draw a crowd is very 'i ak. H there 1? any teacher who has not Interest enough i-- su nd-vanc- ed . tO gO '0 Uie COi V0Lt:OTi In the f the convention then his absence is better tlnn hi compauy.