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SALT S LT LAKE L KE CITY CITtFAth UTAH TFEJLLMiSJDAY WEDN UA y JUJSK J lN 7 1905 190 3
BID FAREWELL FAR FAREWELLTO WELL TO TOCOUNTY
1 f COUNTY SCHOOLS SCHOOLSi
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Salt lake Graduates Receive R cei e Dijlo Diplo Diplomas Diplomas Dijlomas
mas at Assembly BallI Ball gallTWO aallJ
J I TWO HUNDRED IN NUMBER NUMBERIMPROVEMENT NUMBERIMPROVEMENT NUMBERIMPROVEMENT
IMPROVEMENT IN CURRICULUM CURRICULUMDWELT CURRICULUM CURRICULUMDWELT CURRICULUMI
DWELT DWELTbN DWELTbNI tiN tiNInthe
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I Inthe in the presence iX Senee of t an n avdlaaee aieetheir 6 6their tJtbelr
their friends tfc Utat tht t fHleA the tJtehall ftsrrtnhTT Aedyhail ftsrrtnhTThall
hall to its capacity ettpa fty yesterday yester 7teyMDrntn ymorn nforhtns
231 graduates of Salt Lake cetmty cetmtyschools eusityiFh0019 ty tyflbools
schools received th their fr diptoms and by bythat bytbat bythat
that act a < t severed se led the ties which hlch have havehound haebound havebound
bound them m to the grammar school schoolgrades sclIoolgrades hooI hooIgradet
grades The diplomas entitled the theholders thehOlders theholders
holders to enter the high schools and andthe aDdthe andthe
the preparatory schools of o the state stateIt stateIt tateIt
It was w the twelfth annual commence commenecrnont com commpnt commenceV
V rnont of the county schools Of course coursethe enermthe lSII lSIItht
the > greatest great Interest was centered ltrtl In Inwhat Inbat Ii Iic
c what bat the late Gn William T Sher Sherman Sherman Shecman ¬
man used to call the sweet young younggirl foung1irl oungIrI
girl IrI graduates They were ere out in inforce Inforce hiforce
force attired in gowns WD5 typical of the themonth themonth thernrnth
month of roses They made a pleasing pleasingpicture plea9injrture p4eaingpicture
picture jrture in the choir loft backed l by y the theboys theboys theboys
boys in dark suits suitsPromptly suitsPrompty miltsPromptly
Promptly at 11 a m the exercises exerciseswere ex exwerp exQrciee8were
were begun bel and they were ere not con concluded conduded concluded ¬
cluded until after 1 p m The prin principal prinjpal iiiiuipa ¬
cipal jpal features were addresses by Dr DrJames DrJamps DrJames
James E Talmage an address on The TheEducational TheJ Thedueationa1
J Educational du8tiona Outlook by Trustee V 1 C CCrapo eCrapo CCrapo
Crapo a valedictory 1 by y Miss Ml s Krma KrmaPerry EnnaPtrIJ Erinaerry
Perry erry and a prize essay on Charac Character Character Character ¬
ter oy by Miss nss Hortense Spencer Spen < er The Theopening Thepenlng Thepenlng
penlng number of the programme was wasnn wasItn wasfin
nn organ selection by Prof Clark of oftho ofthp ofth
tho th County schools 5 < hool followed by an in invocation inoration invocaton ¬
vocation by J T C Cummmgs of Wil Wilford Wilmnrd
ford Then followed The Pibjrims PibjrimsChorus PUgilnisChorua nlS nlShorus
Chorus horus sung sun by b the graduates with withmucbsplrit withmuchsplrit withnuchapIrit
mucbsplrit and effect effectGrowth eftectGrowth effectGrowth
Growth in County CountyThe CountyThe CountyThe
The formal opening of th the exercises exercisesfell exercisesV xe cise cisefplI
V fell to Trustee Joseph Hibbard who whodilated whodilated w1odiJRtoo
dilated at some extent on the success successwhich successblch succemwhich
which blch had attended the operation of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the schools of Salt Lake county during duringthe durittJthe duringthe
the past few years He Hp8kl paW ld that there therehad there11ad therebad
had been bel > n a steady improvement in the thecurriculum theurriculum thecurriculum
curriculum < of the schools and that the thebest thebEst thebest
best results hoped for by the people peopleof I Ior
of Salt Lake were wer to be seen n in the thereadiness therEadlne5a thereadiness
readiness with which graduates raduates were weretaken Wftretaken weretaken
taken into positions of trust in the thecommunity thecommunity thecommunity
community communityDr
Dr Talmage then followed ami au n4 Ale hieaddress Aleaddress binaddress
address was devoted mainly to trying tryingto trJ g gto
to Inspire the graduates with a love lovefor Joveor lovefor
for or and a a reverence of the day when whenthey whenthEY whenthey
they were to take upon themselves themselvesgreater themselvMIIMlter theinselvengreater
greater and broader respon responsibilities ibflitle He Hesaid Heald Henald
said ald that the day should linger in their theirmemories theirmE theirnemorIes
memories mE > mories as an epoch in their lives livesand Ihesand livesand
and that as s the yars passed they should shouldlook should100k should1ok
look back to the event with reverence reverencefor reereneefor reverencefor
for all that it meant He said that it itwas itWas itwan
was not a a day marking an accomplish accomplishment accomplishmEnt accomplishment ¬
ment but rather was a day to mark markthe markthe markthe I
the beginning of a greater develop development development developmnent ¬
ment that kind of development which whichwas whkhwas whichwas I
was the opening of opportunities to towork toWork tovork
work out and fight lifes battles battlesAt battlesAt hattlesAt
At the conclusion clusion of Dr Talmages Talmagesremarks TRlmagesremarks Thrnsgenremarks
remarks Miss Eva Toungdale Y rendered rendereda
a piano solo after which Miss Perry
delivered the valedictory r The con concluding concluding concludtug ¬
cluding feature of the days exercises exerciseswas exercISeswas exercesI
I was the presentation present tlon of the diplomas diplomasry
ry y County Superintendent John YV WSmith IVsmIth YVEmith
Smith EmithPORTLAND smIthPORTLAND SmithPORTLAND
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PORTLAND EXCURSIONS EXCURSIONSVia
Via Oregon Short Line LineBait LineSalt LineBait
Bait Lake to Portland and return returndirect returndIrect returndirect
direct directS 53150 53150Bait 3180 3180Salt
Salt Lake to Portland and return returnone returnone returnp
S
p one way via San Francisco Franciscosalt 425 4 ii iialt
Bait alt Lake to Portland and return returnone returnone returnone
one way via Los Angeles AngelesTickets 5650 5650Tickets 5856Tickets
Tickets to Portland and return di direct direct dlrect ¬
rect on sale daily from May 34 to Sept SeptSO SeptSO Septo
SO o inclusive Tickets reading one way wayvia wa waa wayvia
via a San Francisco or Los Angeles on onsale onsale onsale
sale June 1 2 3 7 12 I 14 15 16 1 20
24 4 25 28 29 and 30 All tickets good goodfor goodfor goodfor
for stopovers and limited to nine ninety nine1y ninety ¬
ty days from date of sale Addi Additional AddI1lonal Additional ¬
tional selling dates for tickets via San SanFrancisco SanFrancisco SanFrancisco
Francisco or Los Angeles quoted later laterCity laterCity laterCity I
City Ticket Office 201 Ol Main street streets streetSir streetSIr streetSir
s i
Sir Knights and Lady Lad Maccabees Maccabeescome Maceabeescome Maccabeescome
come with your friends to the lecture lectureand Ieetureand lectureand
and stereopticon Thursday evening eveningJune eveningJune eveningJune
June S SI SMETEOROLOGICAL
I
e g > a aMETEOROLOGICAL IMETEOROLOGICAL
METEOROLOGICAL REPORT REPORTYesterdays REPORTYesterdays REPORTYesterday1s
Yesterdays Record at the Local Of Office Office Offlee ¬
fice of the Weather Bureau BureauMaximum BureauJfadmum Bureau3raimum
Maximum temperature > 7S s degrees min minimum JamJfl11JM inthirnim ¬
imum temperature 45 degree d mean t tern tetllI ternL m mabove
L Iprature t1Ii d degrees which Is 2 degr degraboe degrees degreesI
I I above the normal accumulated < < xces oC oCtemperature ormperature ofF
F temperature since the first of the month months
2S s degrees accumulated exces of tempera temperafire temperaturf > mpe a aturt
fire since Jan 1 3fi 5 > > degrees M ref > S Total pre precipitation precjpltaUon peecipitation ¬
cipitation from 6 I p m to S p in none noneaccumulated noOtactumulated noneaccumulated
accumulated deficiency of precipitation precipitationsince predpitations precipitationsince
since s nce the first of the month 23 inch ac accumulated acICumuJated accumu1ated ¬
cumulated excess of precipitation since sinceJan sinceJa1 sinceJan
Jan I M f 2 inch inchA inchA InchA
A SURPRISE PARTY PARTYHow PARTYHow PARTYHow
How the Authoress Turned the Ta Tables Tables Tabics ¬
bles on Her Friends FriendsA
A distinguished dS UnlU 8bed authoress with her herhusband berhusband herhusband
husband moved to a California fruit fruitranch fruitranch fruitranch
ranch to get free from stomach st mad and andnervous and1PTVOUS andiiervous
nervous troubles She tells her food foodstory foodstory foodstory
story as follows followsThe followsThe followsThe
The change to outdoor life abun abundance abunt aliendance ¬
dance of fresh fruit etc did help us ustome usfoome usmome
t tome but as the necessity y of cutting cuttingout uttin uttinout uttlngout
out all indigestible foods and thus thusstriking thusslriking thusstriking
striking at the root of the trouble had hadnot badnot hadnot
not sufficiently impressed itself on onminds our ourminds ournJinds
minds we continued to indulge our ap appetites IIppt appetites ¬
petites pt > tites till at last I was prostrated plOtratedfor plOtratedfora for fora fora
a long time with a serious illness ilin ss d dw dwing daring r rIng
Ing which I was simply starved rved on ongruel ongruel ongruel
gruel and things One day while hile in inthis inhis inthis
this his condition I demanded GrapeNuts GrapeNutsmerely GrapeNutsmerely GrapeNutamerely
merely because I wanted anted something sOl11ethln I Icould Icould Icould
could chew My wish was U complied compliedwith compiledwith < OIIlpliedwitb
with under protest at first however howeverand hoeerand howeverand
and then as no bad results followed followedthe followedthe foliowodthe
the crisp nutty grains were allowed allowedme
me m in the way of humoring humonn < < a harmless harmlessvvhitn harmlesshim harmnewhim
whim whimTo vvhitnTo him himuTo
uTo To the surprise of every one the thestomach thestomach thestomach
stomach which Rich had persistently pensl tently refused refusedto ref used usedto
to retain the sloppy messes mes es usually fed fedti tedt fedtei
ti t sick folks readily assimilated the theIrapeNuts theGrapeNuts therapeNuts
IrapeNuts and I was soon able to totake totake totake
take two spoonfuls three times a day dayand dayand dayand
and when I got to that point my health healthand healthand healthamid
and strength strt > ngth came back to me rapidly rapidlyOn rapidlyOn rapidlyim
On im recovery reco < o and taking takin up my work workagain workagain workngain
again I adhered to GrapeNuts food foodfor foodfr foodf
for f r breakfast and arid supper etin eating eatinggod a ag agod
g god od plain dinner at noon Jn four fourPks fosreeks fourweeks
weeks Pks I had gained ten t n pounds in inweight inIght Ineight
weight > Ight I have constantly cOD tantly used u ed Grape GrapeJ Grapeuts Grapeuts
J uts food ever since and nd greatly to my myadvantage myadantage myadvantage
advantage advantageMy
My Iy faith in GrapeNuts was a mat mattrr mattfr matter
trr of much Jesting jestln to my family and andiue andIIe andIiC
< iue when my birthday came around aroundI
I was told that a special dinner would wouldbe wouldbe
1 be prepared to tf t honor h the anniversary anniversaryWhen anntvetIIarYVhen annversuyhen
When hen I entered the dining room I was wassurprised waasurprised wassurprised
surprised to find it decorated with withGrapeNuts withGrapeNuts withGrapeNuts
GrapeNuts boxes some 80 empty some somefull somefuJl somefull
full and some 1e tilled fille liilcdwith with ith flowers ftow etc etceU ekh etcett
eU h and the joke was as hilariously en enjoyed eRjOYro enided ¬
joyed My M time came 1i however when whenI hen henI
I returned the surprise by producing a adelicious adpJidous adelicious
delicious GrapeNuts pudBin pud ln7 and anddates anddates anddates
dates stuffed with rolled GrapeNuts GrapeNutsand
and cream Then those thOf who eainc to tos 0 0scoff nI
I s scoff off remained to gorge themselves them lvs if ifI ifI ifI
I may be pardonod the th expression It Ithas Ithas Ithas
has not been difficult jin f inr 1w < < > that day to towin ffwin towin
win converts to < trapeuts r i ejKuts ut Namo Namogiven Nampsiven Nnmigiven
given by Pnstum JMf um CaHqHMpy C Batt5 Batt5Creek BartTlreck BartTreck
Creek reck lUck MichTen lUckTen MIcliTen
Ten days trial tr1 is proof
IN INWATER INVATER INWATER
WATER INCOMEAssessments INCOME INCQMEj IEOMEAegmentsfor
j
Assessments bses Aegmentsfor mentS for Coming GomingYear Year Show Show5Growth ShowG ShowGr
Growth G Gr wth of System SystemCENSUS SystemCEr1SUS SystemCENSUS
CENSUS BY DEPARTMENT DEPARTMENTINDICATES DEPARTMENTINDIOATES DEPARTMENTINDICATES
INDICATES POPULAT POPULATION < ION IN CITY CITYOF CITYOF 1
OF OVER 75OOO 75OOOHfawe 75OgOspertat 75000SwpertnteRt
< J
spertat SwpertnteRt of watenWskt WaernqkF L LnJaaa LBin
Hfawe nJaaa Bin lisa just completed prete J the annual as asaeMgent asjen i in
aeMgent jen n t of water rates for the t1l year yearJiHy yeorJ yenrJiy
JiHy J 1 105 UI l to Jane M 3 J806 It stews site a aan aJrI1II1d agrasd
JrI1II1d total of S T an increase of of9MH5 oroS ofl2
9MH5 l2 oS over Ut g year yearOa yearOa yearOa
Oa tire fa east < a t side of Mata I I street there thereare U1ereare thereare
are C UiS K water takers ami nd the a aee assess assessmess ess essnaents 8 8nt
mess nt there r ru as oM0ws fellewsButhliep tIoiiOwsBu1Idigs oM0wsBuildings
Buildings I2M8IOO I2M8IOOLawaii i4flS JI 00 00t 00Lewus
Lawaii MJ8B70 MJ8B70Bathe li 0 0l3ath
Bathe 3Zl JCJ 50 50C 0 0Clonets
C Clonets Clonetsrrinals ete A 1 WWfgJ i iXI8rfo1a
rrtiwh t m M 410 410ainiaM 0 0Animate
Animate 1 120700 120700Veinele 5700 5700Vehicle
Vehicle 47700 47700Misrelaae 4n CO COMieceflanernis
Misrelaae MieceflanernisTotal e uII s 43S > 6i 6iTotal itrotal
I
Total 5 3S8 mTotal U 20 20Total 20Total
Total Shows Good Increase IncreaseOn
On 0 Sit the west Me e ef Main street the Utewat thewater
water wat takers number Mum < < 517S and the as a8nts aseemenis
muamtnts nts are areBuildings ReBuiJ4inp arenuli4hisa
Buildings M5K IIif liiLawmi 1 W WLawn I IJ
Lawn J a 7 6 iMSiS iMSiSHat S 75 75Bath 11 11l3atiig
Bath Hat l3atiig1cset 13BROO 13BROOIcaets 1B to i i1oRtl
Icaets 1csetIrInas 2S t2 > 75 75Urinate 1 1Ii
Urinate IrInasAna1s Ii 15 iiI 1 1Ii8cetIa
AnifMls Ana1sVehicles 9S1 W WVefik5es
=
Vehicles 2i 00 00Miacelianseiss
MiaeeUaneaws MiacelianseissTetal Ii8cetIa 60SSJOO 60SSJOOSaat rIi3JTebti
Tebti 17 00 00Eaa 00Eaat
Saat side ade rn rnGrand 12 12Grand 8 8Grand
Grand Total TotAlIAat ToajImet K 3ft 3ftIat
Iat years fArs Iaseepients mmntmmf nts ts were w xe Kast Kastside Battside at atside
side S3457 i3G e w wet weEt t sW SWe 5WW786 total total1ft totalAdilina
1ft 8 MO B > l lA
8Atltiltnc A Atltiltnc Mtnir the estimat estimated l n meter ler rates for for1MT for1Ir0
1MT 1Ir0 S 3725o 27 50 and tim te impirfementary impirfementarynUec ieementaryrates ry ryrat
rates rat V nW And and the gram grand total is in ineraaited Inered increased
creased to JI31lX75 JI31lX75Census I312tLCensus 31 = < r rCensusof
Census Censusof of Water Water Users U ers ersA
1 A census CetU < US of water takers taken by Mr Mrnines Mrlimes Ir IrHines
nines deputies d puts within the district rev covered reveyed v vIfId ¬
eyed IfId hy b the citys ctt vs water mains mal sad pipes pipesshows JHPt JHPt8taowstlNy pipesshows
shows 8taowstlNy they nUMber 3SJ3S 3S as follows followsFirst rl1oWfFirst fellowsFlrt <
First precinct precinctSecond t 1L lUi 72 72Sxx
Sxx Second > nd precinct prf < irMt 12W 12WThird
Third pr precinct viHct t 7SM 7Sl1l 7815Fourth I
Fourth l outth rrecinet zrecnctFifth l1 < t SfS SfSFifth S SFiftk =
Fifth S800 S800Meter S SWU045Thi
4 45Thi 45ThiMeter rii riiItter
Meter district districtr 2R2 2R2Mr ii8 ii8i932S
i932S i932SII
Mr II r limes estimates that between 2SWO 2SWOdud 5600nd 201130inst
dud nd 30CW persons live Uv outside the water waterdistrict waterdistrletand waterdlstrkt
district distrletand and consequently tly were DOt in incl InclU41ed inclu4ed
cl clU41ed 4ed in this eemns eemnsEXCURSION el ceenEXCURSION us usIt
It e3I e3IEXCURSION
EXCURSION TO LOGAN LOGANJune
June 9 9Via 9VIa 9Via
Via Oregon Short Line Round trip triponly triponly triponly
only 256 jG Special train leaves Salt SaltLake SaltLake
Lake 830 a m Returning leaves Lo Logan Logan Logsa ¬
gan at 938 p m June 19 Tickets good goodfor goodfor
for return on regular trains of the 9th 9thAuspices 9thAuspices 9thAuspices
Auspices United Commercial Travelers TravelersCity TravelersCity TravelersCity
City Ticket Office om > 201 Main btreeto btreetSTART street streetSTART reet reetf
f o 0 0START
START WITH A DIME DIMEAnd DIMEAnd DIMEAnd
And open a savings account with us usSmall usmaU usmaIl
Small and large accounts are welcomed welcomedalike welcomedalike elcomedalike
alike alikeSALT alikeSALT alikeSALT
SALT LAKE SECURITY TRUST TRUSTCO TRUSTCO TRUSTCO
CO Security and Trust Building Buildingt
I
29 t per P p4r r cent off on drugs and photo photographic photograp photographic ¬
graphic grap lc supplies Going out of business businessJOHNSOXPRATT businessJOHNSOPRATT businessJOHNSONPRATT
JOHNSOXPRATT DRUG CO 1
44 1 Main ain street streetNAMES streetNAMES streetNAMES
NAMES ARE MIXED MIXEDReese MIXEDReese MIXEDReese
Reese Jones Hurt in Runaway G F FKempf FKempf FKempf
Kempf by Falling Board BoardCoincidence BoardCoi BoardColnekienee
Coincidence Coi kltn < e in employment and in inthe iltthe inthe
the time of accidents led to an error errorin errorin errorin
in Monday mornings account of the therunaway therullWAy therunaway
runaway accident Sunday afternoon in inwhich inhleh inwhich
which hleh a horsf hors and buggy owned by byTV b bW byIV
TV H Hurd collided with a hearse hearseReese hearseReese
Reese Jones was the man who was wasdriving wasdriving
driving the horse and who was thrown thrownout thron1u1d thrownout
out and seriously Striou ly injured instead of ofGeorge ofGeom ofGeorge
George F Kempf as at first reported reportedMr
Mr r Kcmpf K umpf himself was as injured SundkJo Sun Sueday Sunday ¬
day afternoon by a falling falJln pole at atthe atthe atthe
the gas works of the Utah Light IightRailway LightRailway I
Railway company and a bone in one oneof oneof oneof
of his feet was broken At the office officeof officeor officeof
of the Utah Light Railway com company company cornimany ¬
pany and Jt by y the company physician physicianit ph skian skianit
it was as auppos supposed p ed that he was A8 hurt In Inthe Inthe inthe
the other accident accidentMr H accidtMr < C1dent C1dentJIIr
Mr Jones who ho resides at 356 6 South SouthSeventh S SouthSeventh uth uthSeventh
Seventh East street is reported to be bemuch bemuch bemuch
much improved > d A number of stitches stitcheswere stitchesWere tit < htJ htJWere
were taken in his head h Ad after the sect actident aofden sectdon3
dent don3 br Dr W P I Bfer BferV BferW Berw
W V H Raleigh and John Campbell Campbellwere ampbellwere
were found guilty of cruelty to ani animals afllmals ¬
mals in police court yesterday after afternoon afternoon ¬
noon but they were discharged dlschR E > d They Theymade Theymade
made a statement to the court that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the horse they were driving was in injured injured injured ¬
jured in the runaway in which hlch Reese ReeseJones R RJones Ree
Jones was hurt They PM also said that thatwh thatwhen thatwhen
wh when n they wer arrested they were weretrying weretrying ere eretry
trying try to find the owner > r and have th thanimals the theRnimals theanimals
animals injuries In urles attended to toThe toe toThe toThe
e
The Yellows Browns and Blues BluesIn BluesIn
In the twotoned effects are the no nothings De Detbl newthings ¬
things tbl in wall paper decorations Whave We Wehave W Whave
have the t others too Just received a ashipment ashipment ashipment
shipment that you cant get g t anywhere anywheretoe anywhereelae anywhereelse
else toe Both phones W A Duvall no noW 11GW 116IV
W 2d So SoIN SoIN SoIN
o
IN THE COURTS COURTSIn
In the case of Fred Lynberg against againstJohn a againstJohn nst nstJohn
John H Rita R7 A tried in Judge Ritchies Ritchiesdivision Rithiesdivision Ritchiesdivision I
division of the district court OUI1 the jury juryreturned jm jmfttumed juryreturned
returned a verdict of 627 for the plain plaintiff plaintift plaintiff ¬
tiff tiffA
A jury Jul In Judge Ritchies court yes yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
terday returned a verdict for the de defendant defendant defondant ¬
fendant in the personal injury inju suit of ofMareiH ofMareup ofldazcue
MareiH > J Grow against Studebaker StudebakerBros StudebakerBro Studebaker3on
Bro in which judgment for 5990 was wassought wassought
sought soughtThe souhtThfo soughtThe I
The suit of Herbert J 3 Farney Fame against againstthe aAlnstthe againstthe
the Oregon Short Line Railroad com company comJNUJY coinjiany ¬
pany in which he asks for a judgment judgmentfor
for no 30000 as damages for personal al in injuries InJvrlS injuries ¬
juries is on trial in Judge Ritchies Ritchiesdivision RitchiesI RitchiesdivWon
division I n of the district court courtMargaret rourtMArsant courtMargaret
Margaret Tessman Tes man has filed in the thedistrict thedietrkt thedistrict
district court urt a petition for divorce divorcefrom divorcefrom divorcefrom
from Frank Tww TffIIIIif1UIn man to whom she was wasmarried waRmar wasniarried
married mar at Park City U7 February 2718S8 2718S8She 27 j 1898 1898She ltiSShe
She charges chr e8 desertion d rtlon and failure to tosupport tosupport toSuNort
support herself and their two children childrenTiie cblldrenThe childrenThe
The equity case ea filed by the W V A AGaine AGaiau AGaines
Gaines mmpany axantst aISiSt lttst the Smith SmithDrug smithDrvllt SmIthDrug
Drug cempany for infringment on the thepatented U thepatented e epatenttd
patented trade mark of OW Crow Crowwhisky Crowwhisky row rowwhisky
whisky was U decided Jded by b rtipukttkm in inthe inthe Inthe
the federal court < Judge John A Mar Marshall MarsiIl Marshall ¬
shall ordered and decreed that the th de defendants defen4ants defendants ¬
fendants be restrained from selling sellingmanufacturing selltngmanuCacturttt sellingmanufacturing
manuCacturttt manufacturing < < or handling any whisky whiskyunder whisk whiskuPt1er whiskyunder
under the > trade mark of OW Crow CrowDamages row rowDama rowDamaez
Damages Dama e8 to the amount of 3156 and andcoots andceets andomts
coots of court were also adjudged In Inthe inthe inthe
the decree again against t the defendants defendantsMhrafe defendantsMJiQale defendantsMinnie
Minnie W V Sandberg has asked the thedistrict tbedi thedietrict
district di trlet court to annul the marriage marriageinto mArriageIntD marriageInto
into wWch she lib entered with ith Edward EdwardF
F Sandberg s at Pocatello Ida June JuneSandberg
22 1 MJH Sandberg is a hackman It is isallege isalJea4iil Isa
alJea4iil a allege that th he hag hR failed to provide providethe provideth providethe
the th complainant O lpl inant with 1th the necessaries necessariesrf
d rf r life Df rtno < May 13 1SW 1 W 86 and that he heIMS hehu heht
IMS ht treatfd t tf d her cruelly on a number numberof
of occasions OCca i011 < She h says in her com complaint complaint cornplaint ¬
plaint that t h hp > ntPred her apartment apartmentat
at it 547 54 South West > st Temple r mple street June Juneand
1 and stru tnlfk k h hlr r on the arm with a ahwtrhsf amatrh ahnWh
matrh hwtrhsf inflicting i ie ag a painful J lnu wound
WHOLE COUNTRY COUNTRYWATCHES COUNTRYWATCHES COUNTRYWATCHES
WATCHES UTAH UTAHi UTAHGre
i f Jt l lEioGrande
k EioGrande rGJ Gre ae Western Wes Wcstrneetjn m Heating MeetinJ1h MeetinJ1hSpeci Has HasSpecial HasSpecial
Special Speci S Significance SignificanceMEANS SigmncanoeMEANS gn icance icanceMEANS
MEANS MUCH FOR THE CITY CITYWESTERN CITYWESTERN CITYWESTERN
WESTERN PACIFIC IS TO BE BEPUSHED BEPUSHED BEPUSHED
PUSHED AS A RESULT RESULTIt
It is no to o exaggeration to s say y that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the eyes of the entire country are fo focused focused focused ¬
cused on the Rio Grand Western meet meetday meetlag
lag to be heldInthis heldhm this city next Thurs Thursday
day The action to be taken in that thatmeeting t tiatmeeting nt i imeeting
meeting is expected to have such a adirect adirect adirect
direct bearing be lri g on the building of the theWestern theWTt i iVstern
WTt Western stern Pacific that men interested in inrailroading inrRUr08dllti inrailroading
railroading are especially eSecIaJl interested interestedSalt interestedSalt i iSnIt
Salt Lakers of all efasses ct sses are await awaiting awaitlug ¬ I Ilng
lug the meeting meetl with the keenest in interest interest ¬
terest It is S expected that develop developments developments developmeats ¬
ments of the utmost importance to this thiscity thigcity thiscity
city will follow quickly on the heels of ofthe ofthe I Ithe
the meeting meetingIt I
It is intimated that the chief bust business bustaces ¬
ness to be transacted tra 5ticted at the meeting meetingIs m eting
Is to arrange for the payment of the theinterest theInterest I
interest on the bonds for the Western WesternPacific WesternPacic 1 1Paci6c
Pacific scheme s heme It is remembered rememb red that thatinterest thatthe I
the Rio Grande Western guaranteed the theinterest I
interest on the theboncls bonds Even this is not notsatisfactory notsatisfactory
satisfactory to the capitalists back backof
of the entrprise ent rprjse and it is intimated intimatedthat i
that a mortgage on the Rio Grand GrandWestern 1
Western property will be arranged for foras j jas
as a double guarantee for the pay payment pa paJUtnt payment ¬
ment of the interest It is also inti intlmated J Jmated Imated
mated that the Rio Grande Wtstern Wtsternmay Wtsterimimsay
may arrange Rrnm e to take the entire issue issueof fs Issueof ue ueof
of TjWWOMO I000NJ0 OCjQ worth of bonds It will willbe willbe
be remembered that the issue i ue was wascalled wascalled i iRIled
called < in some time ago agoaftcr after it had hadbeen hadbeensubseribed hadbeen
been beensubseribed subscribed for twice over Now Nowit I Iit
it is said that this action a < tion was as taken takento
to enable the Rio Grande Western to tosecure tosecure tosecure
secure the entir3 issue issueA issueA IssueA
A local man in close touch with the thedirectors thedirectors thedirectors
directors of the Western Pacific as asserts asserts asserts ¬
serts that the active work of construc constructin constructi construetiibg
tin ti tiibg the road will begin immediately immediatelyafter
after th the holding of the Rio Grande GrandeWestern Grandeestern GrandeWestern
Western estern meeting meetinsvFIXES JneeUnaFIXES meetingFIXES
FIXES RAILROAD RATES RATESImportant RATESImpo RATESimportant
Important Impo tant Meeting Being Held in inPortland inPortland inPortl
Portland PortlandPortland PortlandPortland Portl and andPortland
Portland Ore June 6 6The The Trans Transcontinental Transcontinental ¬
continental Passenger association associationwhich assOClationhleb associationwhich
which hleb is in session 5e ion here has fixed the thefollowing thefollowing thefollowing
following special 5 clal rates ratesUtah ratcstah ratesUtah
Utah tah State Teachers convention at atLOS atLos
LOS Angeles to be heldnext held next January Januar
35 3 via San Pedro line or 46 over the theSan theSan theSan
San Pedro and Southern Pacific lines linesA linefA linesA
A rate of 70 0 to the American Slin Slining lUningJcongre56 Mm Mmlag
lag ingJcongre56 kiongrese at El Paso Tex No Nov Nov141J ov ov14IS
141J 1418 was made madeFrom madeFrom madeFrom
From north coast points to the Na National Natlonal National ¬
tional Association of Fire Insurance InsuranceAgents InsuranceAgents InsuranceAgents
Agents at t Denver Aug lf13 the rate ratewill ratewiJJbe ratewill
will wiJJbe be 10 higher than the lowest first firstclass 1irsteJass firstclass
class fare for one way wayFor vJtYFor wayFor
For the supreme seosion of the For Foresters Forsters Foresters ¬
esters of America to be held at Buf Buffalo BuffAJO Bufalo ¬
falo alo on Aug 20 a rate nks fixed at
10 higher than the lowest first class classfare classfare classfare
fare to the eastern terminals at the theMissouri thelissourl theMissouri
Missouri river riverThe rherThe riverThe
The rates for the > annual convention conventionof
of the Brotherhood of St Andrew Andr = w at atChicago atChkago atChicago
Chicago Sept 2124 14 were ere fixed at an anincrease anintrease anIncrease
increase of 10 above the regular one oneway oneay oneway
way ay first class rate rateThe rateThe rateThe
The National Firemens association associationto
to meet in Kansas City Aug 2931 2931was 2931was 931was
was giv giwn n a rate of the regular pne pneway one oneay ne neWay
way ay first class fare plus 10 The time timelimit timelimit
limit will be ninety days daysThe daysThe daysThe
The American SeedJTrade association associationto
to meet at Alexandra Bay Ba N Yr YOll YOllJune 1 on onJune onJune
June 2022 22 will fix its rates from th theastern the theeastern theeastern
eastern association as < ocfatfon Th delegates delegatesfrom delegatesfrom delegatesfrom
from the northwest northw t will m pay the regu regular rl regular > gu gular ¬
lar fare to Chicago Chl < flgo St Louis St Paul Pauland Pauland Pauland
and Missouri river points slid R kI from fromthere fromthere roam roamthere
there will rebuy at the rates made by bythe bythe bythe
the eastern roads roadsLAS roadsLAS roadsLAS
LAS VEGAS ON THE TH E BOOM BOOMAttorney BOOMAttorney BOOMAttorney
Attorney Whittemore Has Grcat GreatFaith GrcatFaith GrcatFaith
Faith in New City CityC
C O Whittemore is convinced that thatLas thatLas thatLas
Las Vegas is to be an important trade tradecenter tradecenter tradecenter
center and that within a short time timeHe timeHe timeHe
He has been paying much attention to tothe tothe tothe
the new town to n since tfr public auction auctionof
of the lots He reached home Sunday Sundaymorning Sundaymorning Sundaymorning
morning after an absence abscn > of a month monthmost monthmost monthmost
most of which time was spent in Las LasVegas LasVegas LasVegas
Vegas and Los Angeles AngelesThe AngelesThe AngelesThe
The water company is preparing to toput toput toput
put down seven miles of water mains mainsMr mainsIr mainsMr
Mr Ir Whittemore said They The are large largemains IRrgemains largemains
mains too ten eight and six inches inchesThe incheThe inchesThe
The company is i planning for a city ty of
25000 800 and the water system will bf on onthat onthat onthat
that basis The water company com pan has hasplans ha haplans hasplans
plans out also for a neat building hujdin for foroffices foroffices i
offices on eu the old mission style of arch architecture ae sehiteeture 1 1itecture ¬
itecture Fire hydrants are also al o being beingput briHgput beingput
put in and seven miles of street > t grad grading gradIng grading ¬
ing has begun The electricslight plant plantis
is well ell under way It will start with Uh
1500 1 eO sixteencandle power incandescent incandescentlamps incandescentlamps incandescentlamps
lamps and fifty arc lights Three brick brickkilns brirkkilns brickkiins
kilns are running fuR blast and five fivelumber fielumber fivelumber
lumber yards are crowded to their ut utmost mmost u umost ¬
most capacity to supply the demand demandMr demandIr demandMr
Mr Ir Whittemore is especial e peeialy pleased pleasedwith pleasedith pleasedwith
with ith the outlook for business at Las LasVegas LasVeglu Lasregs
Vegas The warehouses are bulging bulgingwith bulgingwith bulgingwith
with hundreds of thousands of dollars dollarsworth dlIarsworth dnllarsworth
worth of goods he said ready to be beforwarded beforwarded beforwarded
forwarded to the Bullfrog and other otherNevada other1evada otherNevada
Nevada mining districts Information Informationreaches InfonnaUonreaches Informationreaches
reaches me > from lIke engineer e giDefr in charge rhargethat chargethat hRrgeUIRt
that a a new road has been laid out for forthe forthe I Ithe
the automobile line from Las Vegas Vegasto
to Bullfrog and Rhyolite This will m be betwenty betwnt betwenty
twenty twnt miles shorter than the old line lineit lineit lineIt
it will avoid the sand and there will be bea bea bea
a maximum grade of 4 per cent The Thewbrkon Thewbrk Thewtirkon
wbrkon wbrk on this new road is now no well un under under mmdci ¬
der way1 way
TWO TWOMILLION MILLION TROUT TROUTRio TROUTRio I IRio
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Rio Grande Western estern Plants Fish on ona ona
a Large arge Scale ScaleThe ScaleThe ScaleThe
The Utah streams stn > al15 in the vicinity of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Rio Grande Western estern railroad will willThe willi willTalks
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t The ThcvCIbcsf verybest kind of tea Is isIt y yeffr o J JJ
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tea that thatyoucan you can possibly possi ly drink drinkt drinktea drinkAsk f fAsk
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I tent of 2000000 brook trout fry from fromthe fromI fromthe
the government hatchery at Leadville LeadvilleColo LeadvilleC LeadvilleCob
I Colo C Cob lo These young trout will be shipped shippedto
to Thistle From there the car will be berun berun berun
run down the Marysvale branch and andeach andeach andeach
each stream along the branch will re receive receive ¬
ceive its quota quotaThenthe quotaThenthe quotaThen I
Thenthe Then the train wiUbe will be run back up
to Provo Pr vo and nd young fish by the thou thousand thousand thousand ¬
sand will be placed pla < ed at different parts of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Provo river between Provo and andHeber andHeber andHeber
Heber City This work of distributing distributingthe
the fish fishwHJ will be in charge of Frank FrankGroesbeck FrankGroesbeck FrankGroesbeck
Groesbeck and he will be accompanied accompaniedon I Ion
on the trip by Fish and Game Warden WardenJohn WardenJohn WardenJohn
John Sharp This is the largest ship shipment shipI shipment shipmnent I
ment of trout fry ever made Into the thestate thestate thestate
state by the Rio Grande Western It ItIs Itis ItIs
Is in line lin with the policy polic of the company companyto
to stock the streams along Its line as asan j i ian
an additional attraction to tourists and andsportsmen andspodsen andsportsmen
sportsmen sportsmenGOOD I IGOOD j jGOOD
GOOD WORD FROM EUROPE EUROPEHoyt EUROPEHoyt EUROPEHoyt
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Hoyt Sherman Finds Strong Salt SaltLake SaltLake j
Lake Sentiment Abroad AbroadHoyt j jHoyt 1 1HOyt
Hoyt Sherman writes to friends from fromEngland fromEngland fromEngland
England sayinglhat he and family will willtour wiJIbe willbe
be in Salt Lake after their European Europeantour I
tour July 9 Mr Ir Sherman finds a good goodsentiment goodsentiment
sentiment toward Salt Lake among all alltbe allthe i ithe
the Americans he finds I IThis
in his travels travelsThis travelsThis
This Is especially true of railroad men menHe menHe metiHe
He says sa s that the railroad men he met metabroad metabroad
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abroad not passenger agents and traf traffie tm tmfir
fie managers but men who build and andoperate andoperate i ioperate I
operate railroads have their eyes on onSalt onSaIt onSalt
Salt Lake and predict for it a great fu future future future
ture as a railroad center and a city It Itis Itis Itis
is conceded that all transcontinental transcontinentalroads tranS < ontinental I Iroads
roads must go through Salt Lake Lakern J JAll
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All Maccabes should come and bring bringtheir bringtheir bringtheir I
their friends to the free stereoptkon stereoptkonlerture stereopticormlerture n I
lerture on Thursday evening ening Juno JunePelermans So S SPetermans
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use the contents > of a box of Peter Petermans Petermacits
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it on joints so some of it will pee pcnctratc penetrnte peetrate
tratc and remain to keep the premises premisesi premisescontinuously
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I a food it is the most destructive rem remedy remedy ¬ i
edy on this earth to them and it will wilnot wi willnot
not scatter them to other places to live liveon liveon
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on and multiply multiplyBEDBUGS multiplyBgDBUGSPctmans multiplyBEDBUGSPcthrrnans
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to kill bed bedply bedply
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on beds bedson bedson
on backs of offrames offramts offrames
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quicksilver quicksilverinvaluable quicksilverinvaluable
invaluable invaluablebugs
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with brush brushwhen brushwhen
when apart apartpifturo apartpicture apartpbture I
picture pifturomoldings picturemoIdinss pbturemoldings
moldings i
etc It will remain permanent and is isthe isthe
the only remedy that they absorb and andkills andkills
kills those that go over 0 > 1 where it has hasbeen hasIk hasbeen I
been Ik > n lightly brushed en It will not notrust notrust
rust iron harm furniture or bedding beddingPetermans j I
Petermans Discovery liquid in inftexibl inflexible j
flexible cans aDS handy to force in joints jointsfor jointsfor jointsfor
for quick application wilt kill bedbugs bedbugsand bedbugsand bedbugsand
and their eggs instantly The enor t enormona > nor normous i imous
mous sale of above remedies enables enablesthe enablesthe I Ithe
the price being mad made < so that the rirh mithand j
and poor alike can afford to use them themPetermans j I
Petermans Roach Food Peternian Peteml PetemniansDiscovery s sDiscovery
Discovery Dis < Oery thick Petermans Discov Discovery Disroyery Discovery ¬ I
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which science has coined more > recently recentlyWhere rt recentlyWhere > centJy centJyh
Where h rt theres Dandruff thereSa germs germsandto germs germsand genusandto
and andto to push the inference still furthfr furthfrwe Aurtherwe I Iwe
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root of the whole trouble troublea a parasitic parasiticgerm r rgenu i igerm
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which whi < h nourishes the hair follicle follicleOther I IOther
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cured by this th old reliable iabk medicine medicineMtku IntdicineMabs medicineMakes I
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New Nc York at one time had her beauty beautyspoiled beautyspoiled
spoiled with skin trouble She writes writesJ I
J had Salt Rheum or Eczema for years yearsbut yearsbut yearsbut
but nothing noth In would cure e it Until I used usedHueMens usedBucklenh
HueMens Arnica Salve lIve A quick < and andsure andaure andmire
sure healer tor cute Clll burns and sores sores25c sores25c sores25c J
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Announcements MidWeek I WALKFRS WALIff RS STORF STO RL Ann AnnOUflCernenJ AnnOUflCernenJIf uncemenls el elAnnouncements I III
II We Advertise It Its Correct t
Silk and Aeolian Suits Suitsces Suitsa SuitsIldif
Ildif a If Regular rices rricesThis ricesThis ces cesThis
This offer includes our entire line o ot those thesebeautiful thosebeautiful thosebeautiful
beautiful stylish suits suitsThe suitsThe suitsTime
The styles are Tailor made and fancy in the theshort theshort theshort
short jacket shirt waist Eaton and blouse jackets jacketswith jacketswitll jacketswith
with pleated and trimmed t lllllL > d skirt Colors blue green greenbrown greenbrrJwn greenbrnvn
brown red and new changeable effects e eets also the thepopular thepopular thepopular
popular jasper effects Prices range from 4500 4500to 4 4500to OO OOto
to 5500 8500But 5500But 5500But
But Wednesday Thursday sand and Friday FridayHalf FridayHalf FridayHalf
Half These Prices
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Womens Petticoats 195 195worth 195worth 195worth
worth 295 295These 295Th 295r1ie
These Th in black blue and brown brownshadow brownshadow brownshadow
shadow silk Deep flounce and andaccordeon andl andaccordeon
accordeon l < pleated also trimmed trimmedwith trimmedwith trimmedwith
with cluster tucks
Wednesday Thursday and Friday Three
3 Days Only OnlyTen OnlyPure OnlyPure
Pure Silk RubaiY Robalyat RobalyatTen t tTen
Ten pieces pieces27 27 inches wide The most stylish stylishsilk stylishsilk stylishsilk
silk fabric on the market Has the exceedingly exceedinglyrough exceedinglyrough exceedinglyrough
rough finish now all the rage Colors are browns brownsblues brownflbiues brownsblues
blues greens cardinal Parsifal and the rest of > f the theleading theleading theleading
leading shades Sells regularly at t 125 125Friday 125W 15Wednesday
W Wednesday dnesday Thursday and 6 gj gjFriday c rd
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News From the Wash Goods oods Department DepartmentITever
Never before have we been able to offer such a beautiful ben tiful selection of wash fabrics as we now norvexhibit nowexhibit nowexhibit
exhibit The counters and ledges fairly blossom with the most artistic conceptions ever produced in inthe inthe in inthe
the weavers art Here are a few examples of the w way ay we are selling them them10c ihem10c themlOc
10c Batiste for 6r4c 6r4c20c 6 c 35c French Grenadines 19c 19c75c 19c2ec 19c20c
20c Lawns for lOc 1 Gc 75c Pongee French Novelties 35c
250 Odd Hand Embroidered Doylies Scarfs and Lunch Cloths Wednesday Only at at50c at50c I
50c on the 100 100This 100This 100This
This is a sample line which we obtained at just half the regular wholesale price so o we wegbe wegbeol give giveyou giveYell
you ol the benefit All strictly new uptodate patterns and every one a bargain Sale Wednesday Wednesdayonly WednesdayonlySOc Ycdnesdayony50c
only ony50c 50c on the 100
100 Odd Pattern Table Cloths Clot s on Sale Wednesday Only at Half Regular Prices PricesSizes PricesSizes PricesSizes
Sizes 2 3 12 by 2 12 122 2 12 by 3 32 2 12 by 4 Reduced thus The 1000 kind for 500 500 The
1500 kind for 750 The 2500 kind for 1250 Come early and make your selections selectionsThese selectionsThese selectionsThese
These are the genuine John S Browns There are none Just as Good GoodWednesday GoodWednesday GoodWednesday
Wednesday Afternoon Specials 2 to 5 oclock
200 Pieces English Long Cloth 25 Pieces Plain Nainsook NainsookRegular NainsookUcgular Nainsook11cgular
Regular price 175 piece Wednesday 2 till 5 Sells everywhere at 20c and 25c yard Wednw Wednesday Wedncada Wedncsday ¬
day da 2 till 5 165 piece 12 yards to the piece 30 30inches 30b12
b12 125 12 12 yards to the piece piece inches wide
from the Mens Corner
150 Shirts for f r 120 120WEDNESDAY 120WEDNESDAY 120WEDNESDAY
WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY THURSDAYThese THURSDAYThese THURSDAYThese
These arc the latest and best shirts on the themarket themarket themarket
market both for style st le and durability Made only onlyof onlyof onlyof
of the best summer materials such as Madras Per Percale Per81e Percale ¬
cale 81e and Oxfords New patterns flnd made either eitherin eitherin eitherin
in the ordinary or coat styles Plain and pleated pleatedbosoms plcntedbosoms pleatedbosoms
bosoms These arc snaps Dont Tniss em
Isle of Violet Talcum rowder Powder10c
10c each or 3 for 25c worth 15c each eachThis eachThis eachThis
This is highly perfumed antiseptic powder of ofextra ofextra ofextra
extra good quality and sells regularly r at iSo a box boxfancy boxfancy boxFancy
fancy Ornamented Combs Combs48c
48c worth 75c each eachThese eachThese eachThese
These are in white and shell with fancy stone stonesettings stonesettings stonesettings
settings On sale Wednesday and Thursday only
Gold Plate Collar Buttons Buttons20c Buttons20c Buttons20c
20c dozen worth 5c each eachAll eachAU eachAll
All styleS and sizes with bone boneand bonexnd boneand
and Sterling silver backs Sell SelleverjrwlK SelloyerywlwTC Selleverywhere
everywhere > re at oc 5c each Wednes Wednesday WedimeslS ¬ I Iday
day lS and Thursday they go at 20c 20ca I Ia
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and are good values at 25c Wed Wednesday WEdTI Wednesday ¬
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