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llll 16 THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 3, I.9U3. . , ' w
I BODY OF Sill IS
PLACED INTHE TOMB
Simple but Impressive Serv
ices Attended by President
Tuft and High Officials.. 4
GREAT CROWD PRESENT
Business Suspended in Utica
During- Funeral; Several
Factories Close Down.
UTICA, N. Y., 2s ov. 2 With simple
but impressive ceremonies (he body o?
Vice President James S. Sherman -rras
hiiO away this nfternoon in a crypt
vrithiu a beautiful mausoleum in Purest
Under a eauvas covcriujr that served
as a shield agaiust, a chill November
wind were gathered the Sherman 1am
ily. President Tat't. members of his cab
inet, justices of the supremo court, eon
ators'aud members of the houso of rep-
rnsentatives and a few intimate friends
and busiueJ-E nwoclatcs of the vjco pres.
ident, while withatit a throne that
stood rcvoriMitlv until the- strains of
"Asleep in .Tfsus" by tho Haydn male
chorus had died away. ..
President, Taft lifitoncd with bowed
head and loar-djmmed eyes as Dr. M.
W. Strvkor, president of Hamilton cob
lose, read the brief committal oorvice
and the. Rev. Louis II. Holder, pastor
of Christ, church, of which Mr. Sherman
was a member, offered prayer.
A mi,vod chorus sung - 'Good jSight,"
aud when a selection by tho male
chorus had been finished the president
gar.cd a moment at. tho flower-covered
casket and slowly made his way to a
waitiiiR automobile, accompanied by
former Vice Prcsidcut. Fairbanks, At
torney General Wickcrsham and Major
Khoacles. his military aide.
Two Services Held.
JDarKer in tlu afternoon fhcro had
been private services at tho Sherman
home and public obsaiquios at the First
Presbvtcridn church, both of which
were attended by the president.
The special train, bearing tho presi
dential party, arrived iu Utica at 1:80
o'clock and tho president at onco -wont
to tho Sherman homo to offer his sym
pathy to the bereaved family. He re
mained for the sorvioes there, -which
were conducted by Dr. Holdcn, and then
went to the church where tho funeral
services wore held.
Crowds began to gather in tho vicin
ity of the church before-noon, and when
the doors were openod tho large audi
torium quickly filled.
The congressional party -wero among
tho earliest arrivals and. t.hoy -were fol
lowed by the president and those -who
had called on Mrs. Sherman wjth him.
Tho prosident occupied a scat near tho
, JF ECZEMA
To have suflercd the torlurcn of ec
zema, none, Itcli, etc., for years, and to
suddenly llnd that tho trouble lias dis
appeared nftcr a short treatment wlih
Poalam, in. to experience sattafimtlon dif
ficult to express. TIiIh Id the Hlory told
dally from nil pnrts of the country, of the
actual ac'compllahmcnta of I'oslam, the
perfect skin romedy. All skin (IIscqhch,
including: eczema, acne, tetter, snlt
rheum, Itch, :to., arc (pilckly crallcated
by Poalam. Itching Is stopped at once.
Common troubles, such ns pimples, red
noses, ranhos, etc respond ho readily
that overnight treatment la often suffi
cient. POSLAM SOAP, used dally for toilet
and bath, makes every cleanstnpr opera
tion a double means of hoalthfulnoHH to
the skin. Incomparable In its benclUs to
lender akin, particularly to Infanta,
.Schranim-Johnson. Drugs, and all drug
gists sell Poslam (price, 50 cents) and
Poslam Soup (prlco, 25 cents).' For free
samples, write to tho lOincrgcnoy Labora
tories, ?2 West 25th Street, New York
center aislo and with him sat Atlornoy
Geuoral Wickersham, Secretary Nagel,
former Vicot President Fairbanks and
Chairmatv Hillos of the Republican na
Immediately in their rear wore soatcd
A SURE, OUECK COLD
Pape's Cold Compound cures
colds and grippe in a few
hours 'Contains no Quinine
Tho most severe cold will bo broken,
and all grippn misery nndml after ta
king a dose of PapcvH Cold Compound
every two hours until three consecutive
doses arn taknn.
You- will distinctly feel all tho .dis
agreeable symptoms leaving after the
very tirst dose.
ThoNmost miserable headache, dull
ness, head and nose stuffed up, fever
ishtiCKb. sneezing, running of tho nose,
sore throat, mucous catarrhal dis
charges, soreness, stiffness, rheumatism
pains and other distress vanishes.
Take this wonderful Compound an
diroctod, with tho knowledge that
there is nothing else in tho world
which will cure your cold or ond
Grippe misery ns promptly and with
out any other assistance or bad after
effects as a 25-ceut package of Papo's
Cold Compound, which any druggist
can supply contains no quinine be
loues in every home accept no substitute.-
Tastes' nice acts gently.
Justices Hughes and Pitney of tho
United States supreme court, Senators
f'ranf, Curtis, Lippolt, Pcnroso, Oliver,
Bacon. Works and 0 'Gorman, Secre
tary Bennett of tho senate, and Rop
rnsentatives Dalsclk Caldcr. Jones,
Wright. Kairchild and other members
of tho house of representatives. Sen-,
ntor Hoot was one of the honorary
pallbearers and Hoiuowlinl. apart
from the other national otficials.
Tho casket, covered with violots and
lilies of tho vallov, w;na borno into the
church at Cs.'iO o'clock, and following
it camo vs. Sherman in heavy mourn
inp, leaning on the arm of her, eon.
Richard. -The .Mendelssohn luueral
march was played as the body was
Numerous floral offering formed an
imprcBsivo feature. These consisted
Inrgely of appropriately designed
wreaths with which tho altar was com
pletely covered. The senate sent an
immense piece composed Inrgniy uf or
chids, while tile house, offering, was ot
white roses. There wero wreaths from
tho National Republican league, tho
employees of the Utica Trust company,
of which Mr. Sherman was prosident,
the Beta Sigma Pi, the local Republi
can committees, the German embassa
dor, tho Spanish, Sajvadoriau. ITavtien.
Dominican and Guatemalan legations,
Secretary Knox and others.
Flag on Altar.
The altar, the galleries and the walls
of the church wore draped in black
broadcloth and rich purplo, and an
American flag was festooned about
the front of the altar, but almost hid
den bv the mass of flowers.
The' religious services, conducted by
Dr. Strvkor, were brief. They con
sisted of scriptural readings and a few
words of appreciation, and a prayer
by Dr. Strvkor, all closing with a
benediction by j ho' Rev. Brokwa, pas
tor of the First Presbyterian church.
The music included organ selections
and three hymns. Tho hymns were i
' Lead Kindly -WW' " Wty
Mo" and "Nearer My God to Thcc."
The entiro congregation joined in the
'"Tho'funeral party left the church as
iJ, had ontered. to the musie or Men
doJssohn's march, tho audience stand
hit' as the ensket wna borno out.
1 Mrs. Sherman wan supported on ei
ther side by her sous an she walked
Hlowlv down the aisle Her carnage
orecedod that of Presidon!. Tatt in the
long line thai made its way to the ccm-
'CtThcro was no attempt at display and.
the orocosslon was not headed lv a do
tail of police MajorcRhoades, m tho
i for... of an artillery olhccr, lent the
onlv color to tho somber hues ol tho
Thousands of persons were at Uio
.omctcrv in advanco.ot the cortege and
watched tho procession wind its way
l.o the mausoleum. After tho enicos
at tho tomb. President Taft and party
wero hurried in automobiles direct to
tho railroad station. The president's
private car-had boon sidetracked, and
Salt Lake City Druggist
Makes a Statement
Wo always advise pcoplo who have
stomach or'bowcl trouble to sec a doc
tor. But to those who do not wish to
do this we will say: try the mixture
of simple buckthorn bark, glycerine,
etc.. known as Adlcr-i-ka. This -Himplc;
new rcmedv is so powerful that JUST
ONE DOSB ustiallv relieves sour stom
ach' gas on the stomach and constipa
tion QUICKLY. People who Irv Ad-ler-i-ka
are surprised at its QUICK :ic
lion. W. D. Mathis, Druggist, 324 So.
Main St. (Advertisement.:
a crowd watcaoc IhhTR
window and chrttj?MWW
banks Wothwt ed
When the train mU ''M
on at 5;K oMocftj
thero was -subdurrf i r'-JlH'
ident who bowod hi 'I
Buhiness b t5tica '?
nended during txn t " NBr'l
ai ,ud hovoM aygiW
At the hour of the V! l4H
cars, i, tho eity wVS'hR
minutes. r 'HfjBpi
Spanking aoos not JLK'
bed wetting. Ther?;,1' M
cure for this troublt . NB
mw, Box W, XoirtnSSm
send froo to any molhfftB
homo treatment, with J
Send no raonoy, butwriil'B
your chiiarea tVpuM.
it can't help it. TvlJM',
cures adults and need V.ISB5
with urine difficulties hnS
m I TT Tt TfHfc SALT LAKE'S ECONOMY CENTER. V. J W If jTi t '
I I Leather Bag atr (-roodsji
I A gemiine all leather bagLeather liued, German Thirty-inch sitches,mountedon three jsepj L
H I rocco. A regular $1.75 bag, Monday at above price.. In th0 HoBrt of Salt Lak0.Main, Between second and Third south. and $12.00 grades. Monday at the above priccj
I A Rousing Big November Sale of Women
I Tailor Made Suits at One-Third Off 1
H Our Entire Line of Street, Afternoon and Evening Dresses at a Discount 1
I ONE-FOURTH OFF SALE MONDAY MORNING AT 8:30 SHARP
H I Our Entire Line of All Wool Tailor Made 'JT SftlCltt(iSt HilltflSfm
1 b" J iA ALL SALT LAKE f
H I We First Want to Mention IS here at( ScanSSS S omwdldiudfSS
wM 9 1m$y0igPm 0nc hundred suits that sold up to $18.00 to go tV f g W DDirirc day any ,imc'' You not onlv catcl1 tlle con'eot trcnd of W
WM' I f;W L Monday at this sale for wl ffl m LZ JrKlljJijO t but will bn impressed with the remarkable savings here. .
fH I ML li rBI Handsome all wool tailored suits, all tho latest fc. jm M 'Tl ti , 7ir. t i j ' '
I I ' rrff sk7 fal- ?.?1'srai?cl molly a1fei6itthn wOv " rimmed IVlulinery Reduced i
I 1 sizes for mediimi and small women! ' Monday WeOffet'Ex- P fi
I B li Our Entire line of All Wool Tailor Made quisite Hats---Values 3k T llll MtiwM- -f
I I 1 fir ffangiPf inlrifeX $18-00 up to up to $15.00 at f Htf tf V f
m I - F-w) $40.00 at One-third Off Regular Price. . ni , . . . rWSKv-
WS 1 ft,M BT ah c.TTxmc. . a n Ann -n cmrmc The smartest, dressiest aftan-s ever oftercd. There are ,y tamWKirk
1 I JIB f now8" &IJITS $12.00 AUJJ7.00 SUITS- 334 deTe, adaptations, from imported pattern hats-the gl
mm I 7iQ 1 semblage will also mchidc n. lair l'eprcsentativc'. number i m
H ' I llJJ j A1now'0 SUIT"" $13.34 All $32.50 SUITS g5 ofcw conceits. In a most glorious host oF the new fall Ay W
I I IU Si I AU $22.50 SUITS tfjl C )A All $35.00 SUITS or f1S' ' '
H 1 II' 31 ' uow ...?!. w now opJ.J - In colljunction vith our $5.00 snecial, .our entire line of 1 ' 't i W
I PI ' H A All $25.00 SUITS Ifi fi7 AU $40.00 SUITS- jgC beautify high grade imported brimmed millinery will TWV '1
H I JU j 1 " UGW PIU.U J now be presented to you at a discount of TWENTY-FIVE ' llfflPrt 1'
H 1 - Remember over five hundred suits to make your select Sizes PER CENT OFF. Hundreds of beautiful models will y S rM&eivc,L m"
B J . for small and also the extra large size women. be shown at this big reduction. COME EARLY. 1 liiLIM
II A Beautiful Showing of Exquisite Street, Afternoon and Even
to ing Dresses Divided into Three lots as Follows:
I $9.95 $12.95 $17.95
I Twenty-five ol! these' ot J About thirty-fim of
sold up l.o $22.o0, .14. it .
I dainty dresses thai all cast into the one thcBe that sold up to
, , , ; 1 , ?, $"27.50 and $30.00.
I sold up to $17.50 go . lot and goat the" Many even in
I at the above quoted nbovc Pncc' , Thcrc shades among these
R are manv colormcs m ?
price. A good show- an d bcautifui -T" and many
I . , , . beautiful drape ef
ing of sizes and col- dresses. Lithcr in the A fl ghow
1 ors. s !;eel' cve;,nf or ing of sizes,
a -s allernoon effects.
One Dollar and Ninety-five Cents
I For Women's All Wool Skirts
I that sold up to $5.00. Over one hundred will be put on sale
.Monday morning aud will be sold for the above price while
I they last, the assortment embraces plain serges tn the navy
1 blue, black and brown, also a great many swell fancy mix-
I tures. A good assortment of sizes.
One hundred Plaumc and Venice
lace collai-s in an endless variety ol"
pattej'ns. Round, stjnai-c and ML
pointed back shape. Values up to ('3llf
S5c, Monday at 19c. KMW
Fy Tea Aprons JP
Two hundred dozen pret- felli
;, ty little aprons, daintily rwIM
enibroidered some have 1 T' MP
bibs, some have small w
pocket's, ajicl others have t"
deep sewing pockets. An cud loss variety l;o choose from.
2m tuTrai .m u
J $10,50 All Wool Dresses, $9m
Made of an extra good quality of the all wool serge. W
'seven stunning models to choose from. Colors, -tan, j
navy and black. A good range of small sizes as weaSW
dium and a Few large ones. " JfL
J KID GLOVE SPECIAL- '1
Two splendid specials for Monday and week: Our
porta lion of a real French kid, two-clasp; overseem. AIM
ors, $1.75 grade at special S
-16-button length gloves in black or white. Regular
gloves, special a I; LLil9i
" : " Til
List of Extra Specials m
Fifty dozen leneh sateen waists, worth $l.?5i mm
at . . . .
A large assortment of washable 'gingham and black saHW
waists, .worth 75c, Monday at ...v 'Jm
$1.00 washable gingham petticoats. A good assoiW'M
lancy colors. Monday at the speidal price of -V'M
Jfl-oO hrench sateen petticoats, black and colorM