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V 12 THE DESERET FARMER - - - Saturday, September 26,' x&
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I: 1 Taft or Bryan Which?
I t ' JBut there is no question about
I. Incubators or Brooders
',; :' " for
I "Mandy Lee" HAS WON
H With the new modtls there is absolute-
ly no GUESSWORK Heat, Mohture
H''r and Ventilation, measured and regulat- 1
H t ed to a Scientific nicety .
I Porter -Walton Co. 1
I Salt Lake City f
Agents for Utah and Idaho i
B FEIE CATALOG UPON REaUHIT 1
H III THE LEADING COMMERCIAL SCHOOL IN
H 111 THE STATE. FINE EQUIPMENT, ELEGANT
f IB SCHOOL ALL THE YEAR; NEW STUDENTS HI
H IS CAN ENTER AT ANY TIME. WRITE FOR FULL ' K I
I I B U SINES Su 60,L LEG E I
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This Department in Edited by Mis
Hazel Love of the Africul-
Miss Blanche Cooper.
Written for the Dcseret Farmer.
Special Training for Women.
Of all discoveries in modern edu
cation the most splendid is the rccog
nition of individual need, of indivi
dual claim, of individual right; the in
finite and fascinating variety in hu
man capacity. There is almost a di
vine mission for those who help the
human being into the fujness of life.
What can bring greater satisfaction
to the father or mother than to see
that their child has life more abund
Is there a better endowment for the
daughter or the son than a liberal
education? All that anyone in nor
mal health and strength should .nes j
is a thorough preparation to do his or
her work efficiently.
What is woman's work? What is
her individual need, her individual
claim, her individual right? Woman's
particular work is Home Making; her
individual need, claim und right k
such training as will fix her for home,
When the foundation of the Utah
Agricultural College was laid wom
an's work was considered as import
ant as man. Provision was made for
her special development in the -organization
of the domestic science de
partment, the first of its kind in the'
State of Utah.
Every year the department has
grown until today it is better equip
ped to meet the demands and needs
of the girls and women of -the state,
than ever before.
The number of students of college
standing increases each year. Last
year there was one applicant for the
Bachelor's Degree in domestic
science, at the beginning of thiB year
there are five applicants. Even with
this increase the girls are not sup
porting the Domestic Science depart
ment to the extent that the boys of
the state are supporting the Agricul
tural' department. Last- year there
were two applicants for Bachelor De-
grees in agriculture, this year there
are ten with projects of more." "Hast
year there were 133 more agricultural
students than domestic science and
'.he total registration there was prac
tically three boys to every girl.
At this rate what will be the con
dition in ten years? Docs it mean
that there shall be 133 trained mas
tcrhcads of farm household without
trained home-makers? Docs it mean
that men shall have to intrust women
unskilled in the household arts to dis
pose of nine-tenths of their income?
If it is necessary for a man' to train
and educate himself, isn't it necessary
for a. woman?
Is it time for the girls of this state
to wake up? The Utah Agricultural
College should be serving four hun
dred girls rather than one hundred.
Miss Hazel Love.
Written for the Dcseret Farmer. ' ' j
'There is nothing that makes oik I
realize that winter is almost at our
door as does the scent of vinegar and
spices, as we enter the kitchen on
these beautiful Scpt. days.
Pickling is preserving in any salt
or acid liquor, and has been known a
long, long time, in fact it was one of
the very first ways discovered of pre
Pickles arc not necessary in our
diet, and the .continued use of hot
mixtures are positively injurious,
Think what the pepper and vinegar
doe3 to your mouth and then you can
imagine in a small degree what it
does to your stomach. The constant
use of these condiments cause us to
lose the rich flavors of our food and
long always for these stimulents.
However, this may be a relish now
s?nd then, with the meat course is not
so bad, especially if the ripe fruits
and vegetables arc used. .Following
arc some of our best recipes.
Tomato Meat Relish.
30 ripe tomatoes, 12 sour apples, 10
onions, 6 peppers, 2 tb. salt, 1 qt.
Scald and skin tomatoes; pare and
core apples; skin onions; remove
stpms and seeds fromi peppers; chop j
oil very fine. Mix thoroughly with
otfitr ingredients and stew slowly 8
for i hours. 'Seal.