Agrlcullnral College of Utah, Logan, Utab. The Agricultural Collego ol Utah opened on beptember 18 under the most auspicious circumstances. The buildings build-ings had been repaired and thoroughly renovated throughout. New class rooms had been furnished wills tho best modern mod-ern setters, and other chatigei had been made which greatly add lo the (aclll-tletolthelnililution. (aclll-tletolthelnililution. The (acuity has been increased to that all large ilassri aredivlded Into small lections, thereby enabling prolceeots to give personal attention to the Individual rcqnliementa ol ttudentt, insuring thorough thor-ough and efficient work in all classrt The (acuity numbers 35, all specialist! in their respective line. Covasxs. Tin following courses are offered; (1) Agricultural Course, (our years 1 (2) Mechanical Engineering Course, (our years j (3) Civ II Engineering Engineer-ing Course, (our years; (4) (leneral Bclenro Course, (our yeart 1 (5) Domes-llo Domes-llo Alls Course, four years; tO) Commercial Com-mercial Course, fourveari; (7) Short Commercial Course, two yeart; (6 Elementary Ele-mentary Agricultural Course, twojearij 0 Manual Training Course In Domestic Arts, tnoyeari; (101 Manual Training In Mechanic Aril, tbrteycan; (ll)Bub-Freshman (ll)Bub-Freshman Course, one year; (121 Special Spec-ial Flvo Jlonthi Count j 13 Preparatory Prepara-tory Courie. Wihixk Cui-sti. The Bpcclal live Months ol winter courses liegiu on No-vembei No-vembei Oth, Tho work ol these courses is io arranged that the students may lake any subject lor which they are prepared. pre-pared. They aro ot especial value lo I those who aro unable to begin at the first of the ) ear, In addition lo the rig-work rig-work In mathematics, Knglltb, geog-lV'hl,ItiK?r,.I"MSIfa geog-lV'hl,ItiK?r,.I"MSIfa jprorWod for ln4 agricultural and -allied subjects, In domestic arts, In commercial commer-cial branches, and In normal training, KyvirviaT. The college bulMlngi comprlie the Main Ilallding, the Experiment Ex-periment Station Ilullding, the Median IcArtt Iluildlng, the Dormitory, the Conservatory the Veterinary Laboratory the Modil Ham, the I'outlry Building, and residences for the President ol the College, the Director ol the Experiment Btatton, and the Farm Superintendent, and cottages for (arm laborers. The chemical chem-ical and mlneralogiral, the physical, and the biological labaralorles are equipped with Ibe necessary apparatus (or thorough thor-ough iclentlfllc work. The work In engineering en-gineering and In mechanic and domestic artt, there are well equipped workshops kitchens, sewing rooms and laboratories. The library contains about eight thousand thou-sand bound volumes and several thousand thou-sand pamphlets. There la also a large reading room (or the use ol students. l'RUTioit, Wok, 80 (ar aa practicable, practi-cable, itudentsln the different technical courses apply the principles of the class room to the practical work which is provided pro-vided lor on the larm, in the gardens and orchards, In thedairy, In workshops, In the kitchens and sewing rooms, In the counting house, and In tho sctentlfllc laboratories. Students who lake the manual Iralnlngroursei are prepared (oraklltrd labor In carpentry, black-smithing, black-smithing, dairying, cooking, millinery and dressmaking. Tuition Is free. An entrance fee ( f, and n small lalior4tory fee to cover cost ol materials used In the laboratories, are required. Hoard can be had in private pri-vate lamllleent from 3 tO to 13.00 por week. In the College Dormitory, the cost is from (2.2S to (3. For catalogued and lurtber Information address, W.J. Kerr, 1'rtildent, Logan, Utah.