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SECTION ECTIO ONE THE SALT LAKE HERALD > S StNDAY S1JND D4l Y MARCH 19 > 1105 190 3
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Office 2484 8 Washington Ar L3Ogden ArOgden
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Ogden Sunday March 19 19TO 19TO 19TO
TO DEDICATE NEW CHURCH CHURCHPresbyterians CHURCHPresbyterians CHURCHPresbyterians
Presbyterians New Edifice to toBe Be For Formally Form FormlaIly
mally m lly Opened For Worship Worship Wor Worship ¬
ship Today TodayAn
An event of great interest to the
Presbyterians of the state as well as to tottli tonl toih
ttli nl ih the people ople of Ogden is the dedica ¬
tion today toda of the splendid new Presby Presb
terian tT ti T Ian church which hh h has beenerected been erected
r t the corner of Twentyfourth street streetiiul SltreltIi
iiul t Ii t1 Adams tlluns avenue after °
years of ofJKavd o oa1l oad
JKavd a1l ad persistent I > and patient work
T PI I ere tf will be special
services for the thea th theuasion
uasion a asion both this morning and this thisfvejiing thist
fvejiing t E fJ liug Music Iu i 1m has been specially pre prE1anrj prel
1 1anrj aird and most of the ministers of the thfotirt thpot theof
otirt ot ltr r r denominations will be at the theoriing1 th thning thec >
< erring meetings and will lIl assist In the thet thetr
t tr > ivices ivicesThe 1 iicesThe icel icelThp
The programme > for the two t > o services serviceshllows
follows lows
Morning Service 11 OClock OClockI
I juiio Prelude PreludeMIss Miss 1Is8 Johnson Bock
Ioxology IoxologyI J Itnxology14111s JoxoloSY JoxoloSYIn11s
I ords Prayer PrayerHymn PrarerII Prayer11inn
Hymn Hymnt II 11innripture rnn rnnripture
t > f ripture readingand reading and prayer prayerRev praerR prayerRey
Rev R Dr Samuel TZ WIshard WIshardontralto WishardY1t YIshartJItralto
< Y1t ontralto tra1tO solo sooO O Love DivineXevin DiviueNevhnMss DIiue Xevin XevinIss
Miss Mss daro daro1ilin Caroillin
1 intro offertory offertoryLnrgo Largo Handel HandelMr HandelMr HandelMr
Mr II 11M M Linsley
IIr 11 Linn 111nS 1111111I10n Linntir
tir S > nmon nmonlcdicatory 11I10nlkdiatory tlnonDedicatory
Dedicatory service serviceHymn setviceJIJrnrr serviceRymer
Hymn HymnI
I B Ticdiction nedictionRev Her He Leon C Hills HillsUnion HillsUnion HillsUnion
Union Services 745 p m mPrelude mrnlude mT1
T1 Prelude ° elude DiceverMiss DIcever DlceverMisH DIceverIiSR
MisH IiSR Johnson JohnsonHymn JohnsonIIyinnAbide
IIyinnAbide Hymn 11 n11 lJuAIJide Abide With lthlle lthlleHlspolIsie Me MeResponsive MeResponsive
Responsive reading readingfcUripture re reeding reedingltc tJtng tJtngriJlt
fcUripture ltc ripture riJlt ure reading and prayer prayerRev I prayer11ev > ra er erRev
Rev Leon C Hills
Iiritone solo Mr 11 Hilllker
3Iymn alymiCome Come ome Thou Almighty Almihty1n
King 1n 1nylIn Kingvlin
Vflin offertory oITertQryuFlfth Fifth Nocturne NocturneLeybach NocturneLeybnch NocturneLeybach
Leybach LeybachMr
llr H M r Linsley Lfnsle LfnsleAhlr Lhlsleyi
i AddrPsws Ahlr 1dreI8The > uThe The Church as an Evan Evangelistic EvanJliMtie Evungelistie ¬
gelistic Fore ForeDr For ForDr 0 0Dr
Dr Sauel SaTTiuel IS J Wishord ihnrd D D Dprano
frprano f prano solo sol Miss Mitchell MitchellAddress Mitchelldr MitchellddressTtte
Address ddressTtte dr > 8sThe The Church as an Eth Ethical Ethkal Ethical ¬
ical ForceRev Force Rev Horace E BloodAhire Blood BloodAdlresS Bloodrl11re1SThe
AdlresS Ahire rl11re1SThe iThe The Church as a Mis Missionary Misionary Jls JlsIonar ¬
sionary Ionar ForceRev Force Rev Leon C Hills
Hymn IlyninAil All 1l Hail the Power of Jesus JesusN JesusNanie
NaniepressTIieBible Xante XanteAilress N n Jue JuelilressuThe
Ailress lilressuThe pressTIieBible The Bible as a Force in inCharacter inehantcter InCharucter
Character Building BuildingRev BuIJdingRe BuildingRev
Rev Re James Thonipson ThompsonContralto Thonipsonontrnlto ThonipsonYontntllo
Contralto ontrnlto solo Miss 1I9S Clare ClarelAdlres Claredres Clare4lddreseWhy
4lddreseWhy lAdlres dres Why Vh You Should Love LoveYour LoveYour LoveYour
Your Church
Rev Re O A Elmquist ElmquistJIIUtl Elmquistl
JIIUtll JIvmu JIvmuItrnediction
Itrnediction ItrnedictionPoptlude l l n nedictoit nedictoitIostlude > dictlon dictlonPo
Poptlude Po tlude Miss Ilss Johnson JohnsonOgden JohnsonOgden JohnsonOgden
Ogden ChurcheFir ChurchesFirst Churches ChurchesFirst
First Fir t Methodist church Rev He Samuel SamuelJiair Samuellair Samuel7iair
Jiair lair pastor pastorl0 10 a in Sunday school schoollofeossor school9rofessor
Vrofessor lofeossor W V L 1 Underwood superin superintendent superintrlldent superin1r ¬
tendent 1r ndent 630 Epworth League devo devotional deotfoHnl devotonal ¬
tonal services 730 30 every eve Wednesday Wednesdayeinin VednesdayninS
4i coning einin r prayer meeting There will be beJio beno
Jio 0 preaching preach inS services either morning morningor
or evening on account of the dedication dedicationsi1
si1 a v I the Presbyterian Presb terlan church We Ve trust trustsill trustall
sill 111 who are in the habit of attending attendingtin altendintij
tin tij Methodist church will worship with
11 114 s at these services servicesFirst serviceslirst servicesFirst
First Church of Christ Scientist ScientistJsrvuOS Sclcntistin Scientistrvtes
JsrvuOS in rvtes < at church edifice corner of ofLincoln ofLincoht
1 Lincoln I1ollt avenue and Twentyfourth Twentyfourthjitrctt l nlfourth nlfourthfotIfd
jitrctt t + reet at 11 a m Subject Reality Reulityfntral RealityFntral
fntral Park Presbyterian church churchervice churchlurniJl church1lorniug
1lorniug lurniJl service at 11 oclock subject subjectn
An n Exhortation to All Chrlstiamn Christians ChristiansSunday ChristiansLundny
Sunday n a school at 12 in There will be beJ
30 J 0 services In the evening eveningf eveningthureh
hureh f of the Good Shepherd Alfred AlfredIvovji A AlfredLnlu lfrea lfreaI
Lnlu Ivovji I r ow JI rector rNtorSecond Second Sunday Sundu in Lent LentIurly LentFIrll L Lrarl
Iurly rarl celebration 730 a m Sunday SuiklayShool SUIMbl SUIMblfhnol Sundayr
Shool r htbl 945 morning prayer and ser ser3jon serannn er er1Jpn
3jon 11 1 oclock No evening ev nlng service serviceMorning serviceMorning c rv ice icetornins
Morning topic Christianity Christianit as Taught TaughtUy TaughtJJy
Uy St Paul PaulFaith Faith and Practice PracticeFirst PrucUeeFirst PracticeFirst
First Baptist church Horace B BUlood B1Jlood BBlood
Blood pastor P storlorning Morning service at 11 11o 11JO Urelock
o relock < lock JO < k subject Why Does the Church ChurchKxist ChunhExist Churchxist
Exist xist or What Is Its Purpose In Inthe Inthp Inthe
the evening eveningthere there will be no service as asf aswfll
n f e > will join with the First Presbyteri Presbyterian ¬
an D church in the dedication of their theirS4e theirv
S4e 1 w v church building Sunday Sunda school at atiJ03 ati atProfessor
iJ03 i OJ Professor J A Smith superintrudent superin superintendent superlntfndnt ¬
tendent Juniors at 4 oclock under the therudership theJcadforship ther
rudership r of Mrs lrs Rena Downs Young
Peoples service at 630 midweek midweekprayer midweekm midweekprayer
prayer m er service on Thursday Thursda evening at atifeto atindustrial ato
ifeto ° o industrial school every Saturday Saturdayiternoon SaturdayVSternoon Saturda Saturdatfrnoon
iternoon from 2 to 4 4SUIT 4SUIT
SUIT FOR DIVORCE DIVORCEMrs DIVORCEMrs DIVORCEMrs
Mrs Ebson O Halstead Seeks Freedom Free Freedom Freedom ¬
dom From Husband Husbandn
An n action for divorce was w s filed yesi yes yestirday e6 e611rdR
i tirday 11rdR rday by Mrs Lillie 1 V Halstead Halsteadagainst Halsteudagainst Halsteadagainst
against Ebson O Halstead The coin coinj comllaint conlaint
j llaint laint alleges that the husband has has3Litticed JJasidfticed hasg
3Litticed g idfticed cruel and inhuman treatment treatmentor
or 01 several years ears Several specific instL in infit Infttncf
stL fit fttncf ances l ee > 9 of such treatment were men mentioned Jnenuoned mentioned ¬
tioned in the complaint dating back as asfar asftr asfar
far as 1901 when it is alleged that the theUIondant therndant theIcdc
< Icdc UIondant ndant while his rife was dressing dressingth dr ing ingt
th t h children for Sunday school upset upsettlr uptretth upsetthe
the th breukfast table breaking the dishes dishesnM1 dishesnll dishescr1iI
nM1 spollng the breakfast At numer numerous llum nunerc > r rJ ¬
ous c as J otter times it is claimed clll lned he called called2r culledpp
lit 2r 2 Ii r vile names and made threats threatsngainst threatsngainst threatsngainst
ngainst her There is one child 15 15j 1 1ars 15F
j ears F ors of age ge of which wJ lch the wife asks askstiio B15kst askstin1
tiio tin1 t il custody She also asks that the thetourt theJll1rt thec
hurt c grant to her her share of certain certain3roperty certainJjoperty certaint
3roperty t operty personal personalplOperty property and real realtstnt ret rettatp reals
s tstnt state The couple were married March Marchr Iarchr
r 1896 at Oakland Cal Halstead is a aShort ahort aShort
Short hort Line locomotive engineer and his hisc hismpan hismpany
c ompany mpan is made a party defendant In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the action because of about 1S5 1 due due5am duehim dueTim
him in wages Judge Howellyesterday Howellyesterdayranted Howellyesterday1ranted Howeltyesterdaygranted
granted ranted ta a temporary restraining order orderl
11 1 l obibitimc the railroad company pay paying pa paj1g payi ¬
ing i g over until the case shall be determined deter determined detelmin ¬
mined min t tOgden
Ogden Society SocietyA Societypretty
A pretty home wedding was as that thatjFolemnlzed thatemJJJzed thatoIemnized
jFolemnlzed emJJJzed Saturday March 11 at the thelome th thJome thehome
home of Mr Ir and Mrs Irs C F Krauch 369 369Twentyseventh 359Twent8eventh 350Twentyseventh
Twentyseventh street when theirdaughter their theirdaughter theirdaughter
daughter Luwella Edith was married marriedIn marriedt
In t n Harry Anthony Faber Rev J E ECarver ECarver Earver I
Carver arver performed the ceremony Mr Mrmd Mrand fr frmd
md Mrs 1rs Faber will be at home after aftertoday aftertoda aftertolay
today toda at 39 Twentyseventh TentYge nth street Mr MrFaber MrFaber lr lrFaber
Faber will be associated with C F FKrauch FJiraucll FlraucIt
Krauch at his Ogden mercantile estab establishment establishment establishmenL ¬
lishment lishmentMrs lishmentIrs lishmenLMrs
Mrs Irs G F McIntosh entertained Lln Llnln LlnIn LinIn
< In circle Xo 2 Women of Woodcraft WoodcraftTuesday 1VoodcraCtIuEsd WoodcraftTuesda
Tuesday IuEsd afternoon afternoonMrs afternoonI1s afternoonMrs
Mrs I1s W V S Brown was hostess of the theFour lheFour theFnur
Four S club Monday Ilonda afternoon at her herhome her110me herhome
home on Washington avenue Each Eachthe EachETTn EachDurtng
D Durtng U l 1 n g bheSpring the theSpring therf0511
rf0511 4OSTETTERS ETTn ETTnD EMS Spring months monthsno OI1th8 OI1th8I a ano
I no homo should shouldever shouldCELEIRATE shouldCELEIRATE
CELEIRATE ever > 1 be without withouta wilh ul ula
a boitlo bot tlo of the theBitters tileBi thelr
Bitters Bi tl > ts Past Pastexperience Pas P a s t tfxperience
lr
1 experience has hasproven liasprffn
1
proven tftat t al H H8jj doclost adose
8jj dose > In time has hassavel 111151I hassave s
1I savel sa save 1 many nan a ai ay
i y J Ions Hick spell spellfa spellIt
fa 1 It curesSpring cures euresjJr rurt > S
I jJr r Spring Fever FeverGeneral Kever KeverGeneral ltyorilnerdl
General DeDIItty D DeUlftySTOMACH Jtt
STOMACH Indigestion IndigestionB IndigestipaDyspepsia n nIT
13 HITTERS S B Dyspepsia Dyspepsiaa11Llefl
IT T E A or NaU8C8 a11Llefl La Grlll iris
j ji i
I TWO UNIVERSITY UNIVER ITY DRAMATIC CLUB PLAYERS I
A F SHERMAN SHERMANWho MISS LYLA KNUDSON KNUDSONWho KNUDSONWho KNUDSONWho
Who Will Appear as Mr Glibb Who Will PJay Mrs Glibb i
1
guest was given a pretty souvenir sug suggestive suggestive suggestive ¬
gestive of St Patrick and the decora decorations decorations decorations ¬
tions of the liomeWQre h home m Were Qre prettily ar arranged armused arranged ¬
ranged to carry out the thesame same idea ideaThe ideoThe ideaThe
The High School Alumni gave an another another another ¬
other dancing party Friday Fridn evening of ofthis ofthis ofthis
this week the decorations being appro appropriate appropriate appropriate ¬
priate to St Patricks Patricksda day
Mr and Mrs rs H T Dver have re returned returned
turned from a six weeks trip to the thePacific thePaciflc thePacific
Pacific coast coastMrs coastIrs coastMrs
Mrs Irs Mora Ritchie and her daughter daughterMiss daughterliss daughterMiss
Miss liss Vonna are in Ogden en route to
their home in Warrensburg Ill after afteran afteran afteran
an absence of about two months in inthe inthe inthe
the west and southwest They The will re remain remain remain ¬
main for some time yet Tet et visiting relatives rela relatives relathes ¬
tives in this city cityMrs eft eftIrs cityMrs
Mrs Irs T H Can C rr on Thursday enter entertained entertained entertained ¬
tained a number of friends friendsMrs friendsMrs friendsMrs
Mrs J I T Hurst entertained Friday Fridayafternoon Fridayafternoon Fridayafternoon
afternoon and again yesterday after afternoon after11oon afternoon ¬
noon noonMrs 11oonlrs noonMrs
Mrs lrs Ed Auth has gone to California Californiaand Californiaand Californiaand
and will visit friends at Berkeley BerkeleyMr B rkelp
Mr 11 and Mrs I1s HH H H Henderson enter entertained entertained nlertained ¬
tained a few friends at an informal af affair affafr affair ¬
fair Tuesday Tueroa evening eveningMrs eveningIrs eveningMrs
Mrs Irs H M r Rowe entertained Friday Fridayafternoon Friduyafternoon Fridayafternoon
afternoon at a Kensington The home homewas homewas homewas
was prettily decorated in honor of the thefestal thefestal thefestal
festal day da of Erin St Patricks anni anniversary anniversary anniversary ¬
versary being suggested in many in ingenious ingenious ingenious ¬
genious ways waysJ a1S a1SJ
J Edward Taylor of the Agricultural Agriculturalcollege Agriculturalcollege AgriculturalcolJege
college was in Ogden Friday FridaaMrs FridaIrs FridayMrs
Mrs Irs Robert Ellis was in Ogden last lastweek lasteek lastweek
week eek the guest of Ogden friends friendsMrs friendsIrs friendsMrs
Mrs Irs Charles Carsterson entertained entertainedthe
the Lively circle Wednesday afternoon afternoonThe afternoonThe afternoonThe
The Coterie will meet at the the home of ofMrs ofIrs ofMrs
Mrs Irs A J Warner Wednesday after afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
noon March 21 Richard Strauss and andHis andHis andIlls
His Famous Compositions will be the thestutdy thestutd thestutdy
stutdy stutd of the afternoon afternoonThe afternoonThe afternoonThe
The Ladies auxiliary of the B of R RT RT
T 1 are making preparations for a card cardparty cardpart cardparty
party part to be given Wednesday alter aTternoon aIternoon altertnooIt
noon at K of P hall hasMiss hallMiss ha11iSH
Miss Merle Corey who has been vis visiting visIting visiting ¬
iting Ogden relatives relativ > s for a number of ofweeks ofweeks ofweeks
weeks has returned to the home of her hersister hersister hersister
sister Mrs 115 W V P Fowler in Salt Lake LakeDistrict LakeDistrict LakeDistrict
District Court CourtCourt CourtI CourtCourt
Court business lU il1 s of this district which whichhas whichhas whichhas
I has been interrupted by the contest contestcase contestCH contestcase
case CH e will be resumed Monday londa by b Judge JudgeHowell JudseHowell JudgeHowell
Howell where it was left on Feb 8 8The 8The SThe
The only onl cases set are areFor areFor areFor
For Tuesday March 21 Walter Blake Blakevs
vs s Sarah Rushton and for Friday FridayMarch Frlda Frldalarch FridayMarch
March 24 Milbert F Price et al vs J JS JS I IS
S Sparse SparseThe SDargoThe SpargoThe
The case of Anna M I Xelson vs vsDavid vsra vsDavid
David ra vid M Smith et al was set for Mon Monday Monday Monday ¬
day March 20 but will be continued continueduntil continueduntil continueduntil
until the next setting day by b consent consentof
of counsel for both parties to the suit suitThe suitThe suitThe
The case of John Bowman vs Ogden OgdenCity OsdenCity OgdenCity
City was set for Wednesday and andThursday andThursda andThursday
Thursday of next week but was con continued continued continued ¬
tinued for the term on account of ofneither ofneither ofneither
neither party part being ready for trial trialAt trialAt trialAt
At the next regular motion day there therej therewill
I will be a resetting of all the cases on onI
j I the calendar with the privilege how howl however
ever of the cases already alread set retaining retainingtheh retainingtheir
l their order orderI
Funeral Notices NoticesThe NoticesThe NoticesThe
I
The body bod of the late Richard Jray Jraylor J I Tay Taylor T y ylor ¬
lor will be laid to rest today in the theOgden theI theOgden
I Ogden City cemetery after services in inthe inthe inthe
the Third ward meeting house begin beginning besinnlng beginning ¬
ning at 2 oclock Friends wishing to toview toIew toview
view Iew the body will call at the home
2370 23 O Jefferson avenue between the thehours thehoUI thehour
hours hoUI of 10 and 1230 today todayThe todayThe todayThe
The last rites over the body bo y of Ju Julius Julius Julius ¬
lius Kiesel will be performed today todaythe todnythe todaythe
the services to be at the Episcopal Episcopalchurch Eplgconlchurch Episcopalchurch
church and under the direction of the theMasonic tlwllasonic theMasonic
Masonic lodge Friends may ma again againview agninyiew againvies
view the remains by b calling at the thehome thehome thehome
home 2584 Wall avenue this morning morningbetween morningbetween morningbetween
between 10 and 12The 12 12The
The funeral services over the remains remainsof
of Mrs Irs Clarissa A Allen Clarke will willbe willbe willbe
be held at the Second ward meeting meetinghouse meeUnghouse meetinghouse
house today toda at 3 p m The remains remainsmay remainsmav remainsmay
may be viewed i wed at the residence 529 549Twentyseventh 529Twentyseventh 529TweltJ
Twentyseventh TweltJ eventh street from 10 until
1 oclock
Deposit in Banks BanksThe BanksThe BanksThe
The quarterly statement s tement of the thesix thesix thesix
six banking institutions doing business businessin
in Ogden which was made public to today today today ¬
day showed combined deposits of ofabout ofabout ofabout
about 4400000 While this Is some somewhat 501110what somewhat ¬
what less than the total deposits of the thestatement thestatement thestatement
statement issued last November the theshowing theshowing theshowing
showing is regarded as exceptionally exceptionallystrong exceptionallystronS exceptionallystrong
strong considering the time of year as asthis asthis asthis
this is i the season when the deposits depositsare
are usually light lightOgden lightOgden lightOgden
Ogden Briefs BriefsMarriage BriefsIarrlage BriefsMarriage
Marriage licenses have hu ve been issued issuedto issue issueto
to James Sandall 23 and Miss Iiss Louisa LouisaHiggs LouisaHiggs LouisaHlggs
Higgs 21 of Layton and Jacob Wans Wansgafd Wansgard ans ansgard
gard 31 and Josephine Mollerup 23 23of 23of 23of
of Huntsvllle HuntsvllleManager HuntsvllJeManager HuntsvilleManager
Manager Grant has arranged for a asacred asacred asacred
sacred concert at the Grand Sunday Sundaynight Sundaynight Sundaynight
night to be given by the members of ofThe ofUThe ofThe
The Little Outcast company assisted assistedby assistedby assistedby
by local talent talentDeputy talntDeput talentDeputy
Deputy Sheriff G A Sebring lust lastnight lustnight lustnight
night took the ballots of Davis county countyused couh6used countyused
used in the recount in the contest on onthe onthe onthe
the judgeship back to the county clerk clerkof clcrkof clerkof
of that county countyMay countyIay countyMay
May Iay Downing yesterday Hied an ac acLion ac action n ntion ¬
tion against Frank Downing for divorce di divorce diYorce ¬
vorce alleging that he has failed to tosupport tosupport tosupport
support her for the past several severalmonths severalmonths severalmonths
months The couple were married in inNebraska InNebmsk IiiNebraska
Nebraska City Neb in 1S97 1S97s 1s 7 7J
J I Edward Taylor of the Agricultural Agriculturalcollege Agriculturalcollege Agrlculturirlcollege
college has just returned from Loran Loiraiiafter Lo Loranafter n nafter
after a trip to Ogden and points south southin
in the interest of the Agricultural cdl cdliQge ec3logc < > l lh
iQge h tc Dramatic association which will willput willput willput
put on th the play She Stoops to Conque Con Conmifir
mifir que < < mA r at the Grand opera house Marsh Marsha0i Marihi
i a0i QW TherQi will III be forty of the A CV CVtowns C Cfl Giiiiiils
fl iiiiiils US in the cast andJtc and the as associatign associatignwill cifltl9n cifltl9nwill
will huh 1 > D r rL9rIJJDJ1f tpsniti e in several severaltonvn evt > r P Plowns
towns of o Utah Lturi ui annmaho alt aho i
SECRETARY HAY IS ILL ILLCollapses ILLCollapses ILLCollapses
Collapses While Boarding Steamer at atN atNew
New N ew York But Rallies Aft After After
er Boat Sails SailsNew SailsNew
New York March 18 18Seceretary Seceretary of ofState orSlate ofState
State Hay was taken ill today as he hewas hewas hewas
was about to board the White Star Starliner Starliner Starliner
liner Cretic for a voyage voyage to the Medi Mediterranean llediterranean Mediterranean ¬
terranean and became so weak that he hewas heWas hewas
was taken on board the steamer in a awheel awheel awheel
wheel chair That his condition was wasnot WitSnot wasnot
not regarded as alarming seemed ap ¬
parent however as the steamer started startedon
on her voyage vo age without delay Mr l D1 r Hay
has been in poor health for some time timeand timeand timeand
and the voyage upon which he started startedtoday slartedtoday startedtoday
today was planned to give him com complete complete complete ¬
plete rest and an opportunity to recuperate re recuperate recuperate ¬
cuperate The secretarys plans in include include include ¬
clude a stay of about six weeks in insouthern insouthern htsouthern
southern EuroueThe Eurooe EurooeThe EUroDeThe
The secretary had come up from fromWashington fromWashington fromWashington
Washington yesterday accompanied by b bMrs
Mrs Hay his daughter Mrs lrs James JamesWadsworth JamesYadsworth JamesWadsworth
Wadsworth jr Clarence Hay his son sonand sonand sonand
and Henry Henr > Adams a personal friend friendThe friendrhe friendThe
The whole party part > went to the steamer steamertoday steumertoday steamertoday
today although only Mr and Mrs Hay Hayand Hayand 1layand
and Mr Adams were to sail sailAt sailAt sailAt
At the White Star dock there are areseveral aresevernl areseveral
several short flights of stairs leading leadingto
to the second floor where the boarding boardingof
of the steamer is made In going up
these stairs Mr Hay had to rest at ateach atcach ateach
each landing Just as he reached the
top he reeled back but recovered himself him himselfand himself ¬
selfand self and kept on As he was about to tostart tostart tostart
start up the gangplank he was seen to toturn toturn toturn
turn deathly deathl white and stagger and he hewould hewould hewould
would have fallen had not his friend friendsupported friendsupported friendsupported
supported him The secretary was as assisted assisted assisted ¬
sisted to a heap of freight piled up near nearthe nearthe nearthe
the gangplank where he hesltt sat down and andwaited andwaited andwaited
waited until an invalids chair was wasbrought wasbrought as asbrousht
brought from the steamer He was wasthen wasthen wasthen
then wheeled aboard the steamer and andwent andwcnt andevent
went at once to his apartments It Itwas ItI Itwas
was within a few minutes of the thesteamers thesteamers thesteamers
I
steamers sailing time when the secre secretary seerehuy secretary ¬
tary went on board and it was wa be believed believed believed ¬
lieved that if his ill turn was regarded regardedsis egardNiIS
sis IS particularly y serious there would wouldhave wouldhave wouldhave
have been some delay while physicians physicianswere
were re summoned or a change in plans plansJnnde plansmade
made No word came from Mr Ir Hays Haysapartments Haysapartments
apartments however and the Cretic left lefther lefther
her dock promptly on schedule time timeThe timfThe timeThe
The Cretic is not equipped with wire wireless wireless
less telegraph and except for possible possiblesignals possiblesignals
signals to passing vessels no word of ofI ofthe
the secretarys condition will be had haduntil haduntil haduntil
I until she reaches the Azores her first firststopping firststoPDing firststopping
stopping place placeAs DlaceAs placeAs
As she passed Sandy Snnd Hook the Cretic Creticdisplayed Crpticdisplayed Creticdisplayed
displayed a signal saying that Secretar Secre Secretary Secretary ¬
tary tar Hay Hn was much better betterNATURE betterNATURE betterNATURE
NATURE OF AILMENT AILMENTSecretarys AILMENTSecretarys
Secretarys Physician Says it Is IsCaused IsCaused IsCaused
Caused by Overwork OverworkWashington Overwork1Vushington OverworkWashington
j
I Washington March Mat elt IS 18uExtreme 18uExtremeexhautioJ1 1SExtremeexhaustiop Extreme Extremeexhaustioji
j exhaustioji of the nerve tler centers centersbrought centersbrought
brought on by overwork oer ork is the cause causeassigned causeassigned causeassigned
I assigned by the surgeon general of the thenavy thenavy thenavy
navy who is Secretary Hays phy physician ph phsiclan physician ¬
sician for the secretary etary collapse just justbefore justbefore justbefore
before board boardlhir Joudih ih r the steamer at New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York The surgeon general had re received received received ¬
ceived no message from the family famlJ but butfrom butfrom butfrom
from his knowledge of the secretarys secretarysillness seCrtarysillness secretarysillness
illness he was confident > the fainting faintingspell faintinsspell faintingspell
spell was due to this cause causeSecretary causeSecretar causeSecretary
Secretary Secretar Hay Ha Is worn out from fromoverwork fIomoerwork fromoverwork
overwork the surgeon su on general said saidand saidand saidand
and I have urged him to take this thistrip thistrip thistrip
trip in the hope that tli the sea l voyage voyageand OYllgeand
and separation from official o fIlc ia1 business businesswill businesstrill
will restore his hi strength The country countryTHE eountnTHE countryTHE
THE SIMPLE LIFE LIFEWays LIFEWays LIFEWays
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of days serenity of mind and body bod and andtranquillit andtranquillity
tranquillity of soul soulSimple soulSimple SoulSimple
Simple hopes and ambitions bounded boundedby boundedb boundedby
by b the desire to do good to ones on neigh neighbors neighbors neighbors ¬
bors simple pleasures habits food and anddrink anddrink anddrink
drink drinkMen drinkMen V VMen
Men die long before their time be because because because ¬
cause they try to crowd crowdto toot much into intotheir intotheir intotheir
their experIQncesthe experiences they climb too high highand highand highand
and fall tpo hard A wise iee womanwrites woman womanwrites womallwrites
writes of the th good that a simple diet diethas dIethad diethas
has done her herI
401 I have been using GrapeNuts Gr peXuts for forabout forabout forabout
about six months rponths I began rather rathersparingly rathelsparingly rathersparingly
sparingly until I acquired such a liking likingfor lIkingfor likingfor
for it that for the last thrremouths thr 111ollths I Ihave Ihave Ihave
have depended uuon it almost entirely entirelyfor entirelytor entirelyfor
for my diet eating nothing nothl fg else what whatever whatever whatever ¬
ever but GraoeNxits for breakfast and antisupper andsupper
supper and I balieve h live I cauld eat it fill fordinner f filldimwr i idinner
dinner with fruii Irui ruil and be satisfied with without without
out other food and feel much better betterand beClerand
and have more strength to do my my10usework
housework houseworkWhen houseworkWhen 10useworku1Vhen
When I began bsunthe the use uSe of Grape GrapeNuts GraJeNuts GrapeNuts
Nuts I was thin and weak my muscle musclewere mu muscleswere < lel lelwere
were so soft that Iwas I wns not able to d dany do doan dany < >
any an work I weighed only 1QS pounds poundsNothing poundtlNoU1InS poundsNothing
Nothing that I ate did me me any good goodI
I was going soln goingdown down hfil rapidly was wasnervdus wasnerdus wasnervdus
nervdus and miserable with wfthno no ambition ambi ambition ambition ¬
tion for anything Mycondition condition began beganto
to improve rapidly after I began to eat eatGrapeNuts eatGrapeNuts eatGrapeNuts
GrapeNuts food It made me feel like likea
a new woman my muscles muscl sgot got solid solidmy oolldmy solidmy
my figure fi ure rounded outymy ou1l my weight in increased fncreased increased
creased to 126 pounds in a few feweek feweekillY weekslily weeks weeksmy
my nerves grew steady aiid alidmy my mind
better and clearer My friends tell t > lJ me methey methey methey
they havent seen me look so well for foryears foryear foryears
years yearsI
I consider GrapeNuts the best food foodon foodon foodon
on the market mqrketand and shad never rteu le r go buck buckto buckto hackto
to moats moat and white bread again a1allName againName
Name given i en by Postum Co Battle BattleCreek BattleCreck BattleCreek
Creek Mich MichTheres MfchTheres MichTheres
Theres a reason reasonLookin roa rpasotThe on onhI
Lookin hI each pkg for the theJit little 0 beak I
Tile fCdad n ud to WellviUe Z1 ellv eUvillc dle
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i does not begin to know of the work workwhich
I which the secretary has insisted on ondoing ondoing I
doing despite several attacks of f grippe grippei srJppeandbronchitls grippeand
i and andbronchitls bronchitis As a result his nerve nerveI
j j I centers are well nigh exhausted I am amhopeful
hopeful that two
months of absolute absoluteI
I rest will restore him to health and en enI enable
j j I able him to return to his official du dui duties duties
i ties i iTHE
THE NEW FORT DOUGLAS DOUGLASDRIVE DOUGLASDRIVE DOUGLASDRIVE
DRIVE DRIVECaptain DRIVECaptain DRIVECaptain
+ Captain Captain Palmer P hutr government gocrnmentcontractor governmentcontractor +
4 + contractor is busy with a large largef largeforce largeforce +
+ f force building the drive from the theFort theFort + f fi i
i + f Fort over to popperton It is to tobe tobe + f fwill I
+ be the swell drive to the cit city and andwill andwill +
+ will be protected from all heavy heavythauling heavyhauling heavyhauling + +
+ hauling by the military militaT > author authorlties autliorfties + t
+ ties +
tiesThe
+ The new drive connects with withf withFort withFort +
+ f Fort Douglas avenue Popperton PoppertonPlace PoppertonPlace PoppertonPlace +
+ Place which unites with Third Thirdstreet Thirdstreet Thirdstreet +
+ street at Judge Powers beautiful beautifulLinserlonser beautifulLingerlonger + f ff
+ f Lingerlonger Along this drive drivewill drivewfll drivewill +
+ will be built the future beautiful beautifulf beautifulhomes beautifulhomes + +
+ f homes of Salt Lake You would wouldbetter wouldbetter +
+ 4 better see the popperton man manSHOULD manT manSHOULD manr manSHOULD + +
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + T + + + + +
SHOULD SPRAY PRA NOW NOWTo NOWTo NOWTo
To The Salt Lake HeraldPlease Herald HeraldPlease HeraldPlease
Please draw the + the attention of ofowners ofowners ofowners
owners of trees or bushes to tly tlynecessity t tnecessity tl > e enecessity
necessity of spraying with the thewinter thewinter thewinter
winter wash lime sulphur and andsalt andsalt andsalt
salt before the leaves come out outThere outThere s sThere
There Is only onl a a very short time timenow limenow timenow
now to do it In and it is im important important important
portant that it should be done at atonce atonee atonce
once where It is not already at attended attended attended
tended to Formulas for the mix mixture mixture mixture
ture and other information can be bereceived berecc 3 3s
s received recc ed by b calling or sending a acard acard acard
card to toInspector tos
s i JOHNP HN r SORENSEN SORENSENInspectqr SORENSENInspectqr
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City and County building buildingMarch bul1 buildingMarch mg
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by local applications as they cannot cannotreach I Ireuch I
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There is only one way to cure deafness deafnessand deafnessancl deafnessand
and that is by constitutional remedies I
Deafness is caused by an inflamed con condition condition < on onrlttlon
dition of the mucous lining of the theEustachian theEustachian j
Eustachian Tube When rhen this tube is In Inflamed Inflamed inflamed
flamed you have a rumbling rumblln sound or j
imperfect hearing and when it is entire entirely entlnIy entirely ¬ I
ly closed C Oged Deafness is the result and un unless unless ¬ I Iless
less the inflammation can be taken takt > n out outand outand i iand
and this tube restored to its normal con coniiition conditioti I IdillolJ
iiition hearing will be destroyed destro ed forever
Nine cases out of ten are caused bv b Ca Cata Catarh
ta tarh h which is nothing nothin but an inflamed inffamedcc inflamedcc
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any case cas of Deafness caused by b catarrh catarrhthat catarrhthat I Ithat
that cannot be cured cure by Halls Catarrh CatarrhCure CatarrhCure
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and used for cntnrrt al diseases The
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globe globeHer globeHer globeHer
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civilization reaches reachesUniversally rcachesUniversally reachesUniversally
Universally Praised PraisedFrom PraisedFrom
From Africa to Greenland from Man Manchuria Manchuria
churia to Patagonia the face of the thePeruna thePeruna thePcruna
Peruna girl irJ is familiar and the praises praisesof
of Peruna as a catarrh remedy are areheard areheard areheard
heard heardSuccessful heardSuccessful heardSuccessful
Successful in North and South SouthPeruna SouthPeruna SouthPeruna
Peruna crossed the Equator several severalyears severalears severalyears
years ears ago to find in the Southern SouthernHemisphere SouthernHemisphere SouthernHemisphere
Hemisphere the same triumphant sue success suecess suecess ¬
cess that has marked its career in the theNorthern theNorthern theNorthern
Northern Hemisphere HemisphereA
A Standard StandardPeruna StandardPeruna StandardPeruna
Peruna is a standard catarrh remedy remedythe remroythe remedythe
the world over overIt overII overIt
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from the system systemPermanent systemPermanent systemPermanent I
Permanent Cure CureIt CureIt
It obviates the necessity of all local localtreatment localtreatment localtreatment I
treatment and its relief is of perma permanent lIermanent permanent ¬
nent character characterWithout characterWithout characterWithout
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dominated the whole earth as Peruna
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monials are written writtenIn
In all climes the demands for Peruna Perunaincrease perunaincreae Perunaincrease
increase increaseAn increaeAn increaseAn
An Extensive Laboratory LaboratoryTo
To supply this remedy remed to the whole wholeworld wholeworld wholeworld
world taxes to the utmost one of the thebest thebest thebest
best laboratories in the United States StatesA StateSA
A Word from Australia AustraliaWalter AustraliaWalter AustraliaWalter
Walter H Woodward Bomadier BomadierRoyal BomadierTIoJal BomadierRoyal
Royal Australian Artillery Artiller Hobart HobfirtTasmania HobtlrtTasmania HobartTasmania
Tasmania writes writesI
I suffered for several years ears with a adistressing adistressing adistressing
distressing condition of the head and andthroat andthroat andthroat
throat caused by continual colds coldsMy coldsIy coldsMy
My Iy head and nostrils were stopped stoppedup
up most of the time and there was a adischarge adischarge adischarge
discharge and my sense of smell was wasaffected watJaffected wasaffected
affected bad badAfter badlUAfter badly badlyAfter
After two l 0 weeks use of Peruna I Ifound Ifound Ifound
found this condition quite changed chan ed and andso andso andso
so I continued to use this remarkable remarkablemedicine remarkablemedicine remarkablemedicine
medicine for over a month monthI
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o of tlt tJ t time I was cured and felt in infine infinQ infine
fine health generally and am pleased
to give ve Peruna my m honest endorse eadoT eadoTmtHt eaderasment endorsement ¬
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401 I can cheerfirilo cheerfuil recommend Y8UI yisttrPeruna y Y8UIPeruna ar arPeruna
Peruna as a very cr effective remedy far farcoughs f tfXcoughs r rcoughs
coughs colds and catarrhal trouble troubleA troui le leA
A Cuban Minister MinisterSenor MinisterSenor MinisterSenor
Senor Quesada Cuban Minister to the theUnited theUnited theUnited
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I good medicine It is an excellentstrengthening excellent excellentstrengthening exeellentstrengthening
strengthening tonic and is i also al o oe1licacious an amefficacious anefficacious
efficacious cure for the almost universal universalcomplaint univereatcomplaint Univer al
complaint of catarrh catarrhGonzalc Gonzalo De DeQuesada DeQuesada DeQuesada
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