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Greatest Gathering of Agriculturists And Housekeepers in
' History of State. Average Attendance Approximately
Five-Hundred Per Day
With tho close of the swine breed
ers session this afternoon tho great
annual farmers Roundup and House
keepers' conference which has come
to bo looked upon as tho principal
event of tho year In Logan, ns well
as throughout tho north end of tho
stato and' southern Idah6 will draw
to a closo.
Tho conference this year has been
far and away ahead of tho meetings
of former years, both from tho stand
point of attendanco and the naturo
of tho subjects discussed. Hundreds
of visitors from outside points havo
come to Logan to take part in tho
session and Bpeclal trains from Salt
Lake and intormedlato polntB havo
characterized the gathering of tho
past two weeks.
Prominent speakers from Iowa,
California, as well as a number of
tho chief men In tho federal depart
ment of agriculture havo taken part
In tho discussions and In addition to
these sorao of tho best practical far
mers, engineers, lawyers, general ng
I ricultural oxperts, editors, educators,
H club women and physical culture ox-
I ports all contributed their portion to
I tho success of tbo great two weeks
B gathering.
V Prom nine o'clock Monday morn-
06 ae January 27 to tho last minute of
B ' the Roundup and conference Interest
B has never slacked for ono moment.
B What tho result of such a gathering
B will be to tho agricultural Interests
K? of Utah is beyond all computation.
B Aside from tho social development
H which results from tho meeting to-
gether of peoplo of varied Interests
all working to a common end, tho
I immednato benefits from the stand
B point of legltlmato progress stimulat
ed by tho splendid lectirres and dls
cussolns which havo characterized
tho gathering aro bound to bo of im
mense value to every Interest of tho
Nor must tho fact bo lost sight of
for one moment that all of the dls-
Popular Club at the College Enter
tain Members and Distinguished
Tho Agricultural club which Is
without doubt the leading organiza
tion existing among tho upper class
men of the student body of tho Ag
ricultural Collego gave an Informal
banquet to Its members and a num
bor of visiting gentlemen Thursday
night. Tho courses wero served In
tho club rooms, on tho top lloor of i
tho Experiment Station building.
Tho special guest of tho evening was
Hon. D. W. Working, lit ehargo of
farm management for tho district
embracing Utah, Colorado, und Wy
oming, nnd Prof. J. T. Calno, III,
who was tho nrat president of tho
Agricultural club. Mr. J. M. Kirk
ham, editor of the Utah Farmer was
also a guest of tho evening. j
Hetwcon forty and fifty membors
sat down to tho repast, and thor
"' tb ouSu'y npproclatpd tho splendid re-
' vjr gponsc-s which wero given to tho
toasts lator on In tho evening. Jo
seph W. Olson is tbo president of
tho club' nnd Prof. J. T. Calno III,
presided as toastmaster of tho eve
ning. Mr. D. W. Working gavo tho
chief talk, taking for his subject,
"Tho day of tho young man." Prof.
Working cmphaslzod tho crying
need which oxlsts at tho present
time for active energetic young men
to tako tho lead In tho various activ
ities which aro bolng carried on by
both private and publla Institutions.
Mr. Working Is at present located
at Denver, having resided formerly
cuBslons wero not devoted to the Im
mediate outside work of the farm
nor to tho problems of housekeeping
and administering to tho physical
wants of the household. The roaring
of tbo family has played no small
part In tho discussions which have
taken place lit both tho housekeep
ers' conferenco and tho Farmers
Roundup. Utah's licet crop has not
been neglected and suggestions com
ing us years of experience and study
have not been wanting. The work of
tho homo and tho farm depends up
on men and women and tho charac
ter of tho work will reflect the char
acter of tbo men and women who
perform tho same. Tho men and wo
men of tho futuro who aro to bear
up the problems or state and local
government are tho boys nnd girls
of today, and this fact hag been em
phasized by tho Extension Division
in securing to discuss this subject
somo of the best Informed educators
In tho West.
Particularly noticeable has been
the remarkablo Increase in the atten
dance of women .Not only have tho
women of Logan been interested In
tho Housekeepers conference, but
prominent club women from l'rovo,
Salt Lako, Ogden, nrlgham City, nnd
other points have mado It their
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Dr. E. G. Peterson
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Commissioners Award Contract For
Keeping City Clean, to George I
Brown. Will Commence Work
. February 15th
The city garbago wagon will bo
started to work on February 15 nt
which time It Is expected that the
winter's accumulation of rubbish at.
the rear of tho various business
houses of tho city will bo cleared
nway by tho owners, In order that
tho wagon will stnrt to work with
n clean yard to work on. George
Brown tho expressman, has been
given tbo contract for disposing of
tho rubbish nnd garbago and as it
is understood that ho simply han
dles tho garbage that accumulates
from the tlmo ho starts work, there
fore, It should bo Bufllclent to say,
that It tho back yards are not previ
ously cleaned, it Is Just possiblo that
tboy will bo passed up until such
tlmo aB may suit tho convenience of
tho owner of" tho yard to give his
yard a cleaning. It Is understood
that tbo supervisor of streets will
lead tho way by giving tb0 gutters
a thorough cleaning beforo tbo fif
teenth. This present thaw makes
it an opportuno tlmo In which to do
tho work.
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Noted Educator Will Address Stu-
dent Body, Farmers and House.
keepers As Well As General
Public at College Chapel
This Morning
An event that will undoubtedly tux i
tho capacity of tho collego chapel j
JsJto tnke place there this morning,
tho occasion- being an address by
President Georgo II. Urlmball, of
tho Hrlghnm Young University of ,
Provo on tho subject "Fifty Years
of Utah Education." Dr. Brlrahall is
thoroughly competent to speak upon ,
tho wonderful advance which Utah
has mado In tho last fifty years, hav- '
Ing been himself nctlvoly Identified
in cducntlonal work during it great i
portion of that tlmo. Tito Doctor Is
without doubt one of tho most In-,
Rplrlng speakers In tho stato and It
is safo to assume that Btandtng '
room will bo at a premium at the
collego when his address is deliver
ed this morning.
Dr. George Thomas will address
the parents of tho First ward tomor
row at tho First wnrd Sunday school .
on tho subject of, "Parent and j
Child." Every parent In tho ward
should hear this talk.
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Farmers And Housekeepers Express Entire Satisfaction With
Two, Weeks Work And Adopt Resolution
Of Appreciation jH
"Tho greatest agricultural gather
ing In tho weBt." "Splomlld, jplun
did." "Tho collego Is to bo congrat
ulated." "Wouldn't havo missed it
for anything In tho world." "Qlvca
a man renewed courugo to tako up
his dally problems." Tho nbovo nrc
a few of tbo remarks dropped by
tliu visiting farmers and housokoJV
crs who hnvu been spending tho pnjt
two weeks nt tho big Roundup and
Housekeepers conforoiico at tlu Ag-
ricultural Collego hero. Every ono
of the visitors Is enthusiastic ovor
the splendid work which has been
accomplished and all of them wero
I loud In their praises of tho Collego
olllchtls for tho manner In which tho
big event has been cnrrlcd to Bitch
a successful termination. In order
i to give a definite expression of the
appreciation which tho visitors havo
for tho work dono by tbo Collogo
the following resolution wns adopt
ed toward the closo of the Roundup:
WHEREAS, tho honornblo faculty
of tho Utah Agricultural Collego,
by their experiments nnd demonstra
tions bnvo In the past, and aro still
greatly assisting tho residents of
Utah and tho lntcrmountaln country
along nil Hues of agriculture, and
homo building and
1 WHEREAS, they nro doing muult
to elovato farm life and placo It on
the plnno of dignity, pioflt nnd hap
piness it so much deserves.
that we, tho member? of tho Farm
ers' Roundup nnd Housekeepers
conference, oxpross to tho faculty
our sincere appreciation of their
Madrid, Feb. C King Alfonso will
not visit Amerlcn, according to nn
olllclal statement today. Referring
to reports as to such nn Intontlon on
tbo part of his majesty, the lord
chamberlain said:
"Tho king has displayed tho great
est personal Intorost In tho UnltoJ
Stntoi and v nuU iw.e been glad to
havo pali ;i vlnl C.cto If It has boon
WSP-'miA' I'll fc AiA'tsJMJiit'JiidiiiMiii ' V' -' " . -t
Agricultural College Experiment Farm At Greenville
in Kansas, and bis remarks woro
loudly applauded when ho stated
that Utah, today was looked upon as
the leading training school tor dry
farm oxperts, not oven his own
otato of Kansas. Majdr Harold R.
Hagnn, who Is In ehargo of tho bat
talion at tho collego rolatcd his ox
porienco in otbor schools in tho sur
rounding states and gavo It as his
opinion that tho student body at tho
Utah Agricultural Collego was char
acterized by a greater interest in
the work preientcd and In the gen
eral bearing far beyond nil others
with which ho had boon associated.
Mr. J. M. Klrlthnm, manager of tho
Utah Farmer, .emphasized tho fast
that the bigness of the Individual Is
measured by hl8 capacltj to be of
service to othcra. Mr. J. P. Welsh,
secretnry of tbo club, who has been
working during tho summer upon
tho oxporlracnt farm at Pangultch
gave a resumo of tho work bolng
conducted thero and furnished an in
teresting discretion of tho condi
tions prevailing in that section of
tho country.
Prof. J, T, Calno HI, gavo somo
Interesting romlnlscences of tho pre
vious experience of tho club and di
rected attention to tho prominent po
sltions which a number of Its old
tlmo members woro now holding un
der stato and federal governmont.
Tho banquet was concluded by tho
entire membership arising and sing
ing together tho original Aggie club
song. "Farming Euglneers,"
very enrnest and ofliclont efforts in
our behalf, and 'M
that wo not only express vorbolly ' H
our appreciation, but that wo co-op- M
crato with thorn; accept their splon- M
did teachings and rodtico tho samo M
to practice, and that wo avail our M
roIvcb of tho many other opportun-
itles nnd teachings of this great in. M
stltutlon and Incorporate them Into H
our M
Rcspoctfully submitted, H
B. Y. C. Board of Trustees Meet B
Today. Will Be Banqueted At B
Institution B
At tho II. Y. Collego today will B
bo held a business meeting of tho M
board of trustees of tbo Institution.- B
President Joseph F. Smith will be B
present, together with others of tho B
board. A luncheon will bo Borvod at B
tho collego dining room. President B
Smith will return home on tho tit- B
ternoon train. M
Rev. Worrell from Salt Lako City B
will preach at tho M. E. church on B
Sunday morning at 11 o'clock; Sun- B
day ovcnlng nt 7:30. All aro wol- B
Tho set-vices for tho first Sunday B
in Lent will bo morning prayer, An- B
to Communion and sermon at eleven B
o'clock; confirmation lecturo at four B
o'clock and evening prayer and sor- B
mon on "Llfo, Mortal and Immortal"
nt 7:30 p. m. H
Tho special weok day appointments B
aro Tuesday aftornoon at C o'clock, B
evening prayer and short addresses B
on "God as Father and Creator," and H
Thursday ovoning at 7:30 In the H
bouse tbo Dlblo class lecturo on B
"Th0 early expansion of Christian- H
ity." All nro welcome. B
This Famous Woman Who Has Sur. H
.mounted So Many Hardships Will. M
Attend Social Meeting. H
I Now York Fob. C Helen Keller, M
born deaf, dumb und blind, linn al-
I most fully surmounted ono of bor
! handicaps und is to inako her first H
public nppeurnnco on tho platform H
at a Socialistic meotlng In Montclalr
N. J. tomorrow night. Although Miss M
Keller has been nblo to speak to a H
certain extent during tho last year
I tho dovolopnicnt of lier voice, under H
1 tho caro of a singing teacher bus H
now reached the stngo whero lior H
words will carry In nn auditorium. - M
"Tho belief that tho loss of ono H
1 Benso Incrcasos tbo power of tho
others Is a fallacy," sho said In a M
j very understnndablo way Inst night. M
"Tho habit of patlenco Is tho only M
thing that helps ono to bear tho Urn-
Itatlon." !
Miss Keller's teacher explained M
that tho delicate vibrations of hor M
lips, noso and throat, which onablo a IB
pupil to hear with hor flngors wero IB
too Uluslvo to bo reproduced. It was M
only by saying tho sound ovor and H
ovor again until sho got It right and B
then repeating until tho right wnjr H
bocamo a vocal habit that slio learn- M
cd to talk. I must not only got tho M
sound right but I must fix It In ray H
memory by thousands cf repltlons," H
Miss Keller said. M

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