with shutters to the windows, so that class work requiring darkness may be carried on during the daytime.
Collections are being made of Indian relics, minerals, plants and animals. The design is to build up a museum that will fully illustrate the geology, mineralogy, natural history, and archaeology of southern Utah.
LIBRARY AND READING ROOM.
The library consists of more than 3,500 volumes of standard works in literature, history, pedagogy, science, commerce, and business law. The best American magazines and journals, and the leading newspapers of the state are also provided. Besides the regular library books there are the reports from the Government and State printing offices.
Recognizing the importance of the care and culture of the human body, the school has made provision for training in physical culture work for all students.
The aim of this department is to keep in good form the bodies of the students already healthy and strong, and to correct any defects in the bodies of students having injurious habits or tendencies. To accomplish these results, proper gymnasium exercises and out-of-door games under the direction of a well qualified instructor are given.
The school is well provided with an excellent gym-