THEHYRUMAND I FRANKLIN NEWS! i Good Schools at 'Hyrum, and Health Measures. Sister Fox died at Franklin Frank-lin on Monday. HvituM, April i, 1000 It is encouraging en-couraging to friends of education in our city that a statement can be made with propriety that our district schools aic not on the wane but In as prosperous condition as any schools of the same grade could be. This condition condi-tion Is mostly due to an energetic and able set of teachers, with Mr. C. F. Olsen as principal, who'o department is composed of the seventh and eighth grades. This department has an attendance at-tendance of llfty-sovcn with no abating abat-ing Interest manifested. The same kindly comment can be consistently made of the departments conducted by the other six teachers. This 'is the llrst year at which our schools have shown no Inclination of decrease In attendance at tho approach of spring and I am o( the opinion that' parents place a higher valuation on education than formerly. At a lengthy session of the Hoard of Health held lately It was decided to petition the city council to furnish the board with a good ftunigator, to till all cesspools found within the city limits, and in other ways to assist in protecting the general health of our citizens, These requests were le-sponded le-sponded to wltli alaciltyly our new city council. About tifty peisons boarded the O. S. L cars here at Iljrinii forthegen-cral forthegen-cral confeieuce, and bade dellancc to the horrible condition of the county toad between here and Logan. Tho annual conference of tin Primary Pri-mary association of the llyrum stake will be held In the stake building on the 2!ith Instant at in a. m. and 2 p. in. The morning session Is for the officers, of-ficers, the afternoon session N for the general public.