T1IK TOXH' SOl.-l'A. : The pi-buol trn-bes of American j fork have ndopted the tunid s l-ta j isy.-'.eiii (,l vocal lnu.-.io io their j schoul.s. This r.itioni! niethnd is t-aight in all the day schools of that dijtrict, a .d is exb nsively u.-cil in j l'rovo. Salt Lake, Logan :'!.! itbrr places. (Mah coiin!y has always; been progrc-sivf! in eilucalional matters, tseveii or eight years : go it was oblitraitirs' upon the teacuers 10 iustruci their pupils in vooal niusic, and devote as much tiui" to iiiat branch as any other The Ionic sol-fa system, although only about fifty year.-5-of-age, is taught exln.-iveiy in I-in.;i:ind Wales, t-u tt!and, America, Australia Aus-tralia and, in hu t, wherever the Kngiish language is spoken. It is only a (juestion of a very short period of tunc when it will be taught , univei'-ally in ail our schools. It is hih!y spoken of by ail the lea-iing music ans of the d..y. During the year ending August 31, 1801, i.ftU-y,,") pupils s udied tonic sol-!a in ike schools ot Kng-laud. Kng-laud. Scotland and Waits a;ainst 'os.OiJ'iii pupils in the t.Uifi'ml:!i;m. i I'litSe lig'.ifes a:e very pi 4: 1 : ii- nu t , j Speaking of musk: in schools, the question might be ak' d v.bai, are j the litis'.ee.s of Sanpete doing hi this direction? 1 might go'a idiie fori her and ask, have they ever done anything subst ani i ' !iy . or made an eti'ort to introduce music on the same plan as any ef the other branch.;-;? H'not, i; i tiu.e thee were beginning lo be interested in-terested in this import -m ; factor of edma.tion.