bd THE DESERET EAGLE. The following pupils tnok part in the Eximintion clips exercises at the County Teacher It stitute last Saturday. is comirg. Prepare. First S in a Ma; Que in's clay. Tnu general appearauce ul our ard h s b tii Miuju mpiovjd. (J.-ad-e wihi r trs picnic comes off month, and we hope to have a very Second Grade good time when it comes. Ojr annuil Lillie Swift, Uuth Carter, Pearl Ault, Ada Davis, and Elgin Jacobsou. Mamie Young, Joe Cameron, Joe Keelev, Samuel Porter, Ice cream cans br; promenadiuu tht stree s agaii . And their pusheis and Elmo Kemp. i av j th'i sjm ; u d jejl. ''Ice cream, Articulation (Mass oa'y live a p. c g Elgin Jacohson, John McMills, Messrs Pieicii, Via CM and Cannon Lillie Swift, members of our Bjard of Utgents Mamie Youcg, v .sited our I jrtution ou the 20ia. T jcy ano Joe Keeley. h em d to lie pleased with everything. Mr. Dfigirs' untier was in the city a v days ago. Stj called and visited STUDENTS' LITEIiAKY SOCIETY. the scaool. Mr. Driggs sent a bag ol April 23d, 1M2. to little his brothers The members of the Society met as "gjodies" iiouij aiid sisters. usuil in the Chapel at half past seven The Northwestern Monthly pub- Saturday evening and were called to lished at Fargo, North Dakota is a order by the President. neat exchange, lately added to our After p ay r the minutes of the last were read, and the Judges for list. We welcome our friend if the meeting the debate chosen. They were Ezra uortliwtst. Christen i?er, Ilathron Hadlock and Albert Flake, our Arizona boy. left Amy Devine. lor home the other day. He lives in Tne programme was rendered as Snowll Ariz na about 1400 niiles follows by the rail road and it takes 4 days to Debate. Resolved, that rain is much make the trip. better than snow. Aff. speakers; Charles Stucki and Next Saturday evening the question lor debate will be: Spelling vs. Signs. Lizzie Wood. Neg. speakers; Andrew Madsen and We hope to see the question thoroughly discussed and that much Libhie DeLong. Quite a number of points wre given g 'Od will result irom it. The pupils all erjoyed the party last by both sides. Tne decision of the Judges was for Saturday evening. The games were a It abetter to pliy tie Aflirmative. stories were tbld special fta'u-e- . by Interesting than to dance for all can then garni-Joseph Camtron, and Nephi Laisou. take part and eDjoy themselves. Amelia Comer was to have told a Tae University Cadets have arranged bui was unprepared. with the Otrden Military Academy boys story motion was Dtclc given by Ezra for a Grard Field Day. Base-bal- l, foot- Caristensen. ball, tennis, ruuning, jumping and The Programme for next meeting other field sports will be contested. was meeting given out and the The day has no: yet ben decided upon adjourned. but, will probahly bu about tho l."th nf Amelia Comer, Sec'y. ; -- tk-.;- , Msy. List Saturday we gave an exhibition our work before the County Teachers Institute. Prof. Metcalf gave an outline of tae work of teachirgthe deaf. Miss Stiiibr gave two class (xercises, sbowini: the methods used and results accom plished in the first and second years work. Miss Z jrbouL'h t xhibited a begnning class in articulation. The children did well and all expressed themselves as well pleased. The center of population in the United States is moving wtstward at a of 17'JO rapid rate. The first census showed the center to be at a poini miles east of Baltimore. twenty-thre- e moved to foty miles 1S10 had it In uortnwestoi Washington. In ltUU it was sixteen milts south of Clarksbuig, W. Ya., and in ISiiO, twenty miles south ol CriilicothK, O. In 180 it was ei'-'miles west ol Cincinati, and in m.les east of Columbus, 1MM), twenty lud. Chicago thinks that when the city renter of population reaches that uni-vu it will be the center of the visible fee and w ili never get any farther. ht Pupils Column Sari Moore, Little DeLcng, Editors. The carpenter boys are making three tables now. Leo Hawkins has not been to school for two weeks. The girls are begining to put on summer dresses now. Joseph Olorenshaw went home and stayed for a week. Some of the boys often play "Purgatory". They like to play. The little girls still jump the rope as before and seem to enjoy it. It has been a little cold hero, and the wind has been flowing some. Mr. Driggs mother and brother came to visit our school the other day. Miss ZorbaugtPs pupils often take the study of botany now, but not every day. Ellen Mineer likes to hear Amelia Comer talk, and she stays near her all the time. Wednesday evening the study ioom was bright, and we did not have the electricity. The pupils are all well now and none of them nave been unwell for several weeks past. Mr. John Murryand his wife came from Idaho and they stayed in the lust, a day. They went to Mt. Pleasant. our little boys and girls went aud took a look at the tempie this last Wednesday afternoon under care of All of Mrs. Metcalf and Mr. Reynolds. Wednesday afternoon Miss Stilllr and Liobie Ih Long had a nice game of ball, but it did not seem very pleasant when tht yot their fingers knocked. Mr. Metcalf and the boys went out for a walk upon the hills about two miles northeast of the institution. They picked somefijwers and had a good time. Albert Fla'ie went home two weeks ago. He was very glad to go home because he had not seen his father and mother for almost two years. He lives in Snowflakc Arizona. It is about 1,400 miles from here.