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I THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, TUESDAY M O R N I NG DECEMBER 10, 1912. 7
OFFICE WASHINGTON AVjSNTJE. PHON3 6B4. j
Office Hours 0 . m- to 10.30 a. m.; 3 p. n. to 8 p. R 1
H 0 IE HELD TODAY
2C0j 10 His Memory Will
peca iGiven in Five West
.1 ; ern Stales.
' NGEMENTS MADE
Stance Will Probably Be
Jj rg-esl in ihc History
k j of Ogden. -e
J i llto Tlii Tribune.
IQ ( EN'. U. Tlic death of David
jEjins bn-n noted throughout tho
3. gfwi-., but the most slgnlfl
i jb'scrvnncc of the event v.'UI take
HllJ jToinorrov. afternoon when all op
i s In connection with overy en
1PQ( IS i which lie had been identified
fcasc for a period of flvb minutes,
iemurrstratlon will extend through-
.1 ve. .state.1-', Orecon, Nevada. W yo-
- .Iditho and Utah,
i clpntiug a sllcht delay In the fu
Jfl Services. It lias bocn planned to
he fitting observance uL - o'clock,
tt hour every street car In Ogden
flgaii will cense to operate tor a
for five minutes, likewise the
t. A)n the two Oregon railroads with
OlO he lato finuncler was Identified.
Icclcs plants in Idaho will Join.
Mflli 'i iipsratlons on several stock
p of Nevada and In tin- oonl mines
Jlc Springs. Wyo.. will cease for
efjJ re-mlnutc Interval. In tlio five
014JI flnK3 have floated at half-must
jjyjj s. past several days over scores of
' - nrnuiseincntf for the funeral ser-
f tomorrow arternoon m e unc-'haiiged.
3 , Srlego will form at the residence.
eS, rl W Jefferson avenue and Twenty
' Btrect. at 12:311 o'clock, proceed -iust
on Twenty-sixth street to
Flgtun avenue, thence north to
Of L Osdvn tabernacle. An effort
, K, made to have tho services In
7clTcti shortly after 1:3" o'clock. Tlic
, th will be President Joseph F.
V tl VAnoslle David O. McKay. Rlshop
. iNlhic. President. Joseph Quinncy,
)UHv. li George Roinney and President
, Watson TJlshon M. C. Jacobs of
lllifc f tli ward, In which Mr. Uecles re
' Biwlll have c'litrgo of the services.
Klhc direction of Professor Joseph
yne. th- labcrnuelo choir . will
(he music. The palllieurers. as
vyw a by the members of the family.
ftarv pallbearer? V IT. Walt Is.
f ".Scow-croft M. S. Browning. John
j, Charles II. lturton and W. A.
Sfat :v of this, city: H. .S. Young and
MWJ - G'coghcgnn of Salt Lake; H. 13.
jEwy- "nf Logan, "unci Adun Patterson of
i 'o palloeurcri. ft. ?. T.olunp. WII
liiumi. fl. A Moyes, J. M. Cause,
.Porter. K. "U. Matson and W. II.
UN of Ogden; Dr. D. C. ISiidge of
Fred (J. Taylor of Lewiston. Ida-
V. v ilD. V. Balrd of Uakcr City. Or.
1 Eers to Attend.
k. fl" l'ir me:nhers of the Ogden
ytg House llsociatlol accompanied
fj yftnisiting bankers, tho only orgaii
gHfcsJBlof Uils olty to be represented at
5pgJBioriil by u body of Its members will
yf&4m uhor i-hib. This was Ihc only
feWillon outside of his business and
daT lift wilh whie'ii M.r. Ecchjs was
k.fljh;d. Cauls were sent out to the
rtJewf" loria slating that they were
irfcfilflr ' lnn 111 ,,,,; al residence
iMMiiiwc oriiOITow afternoon.
5v t jflr.Kt',n( ",s l'ie been um for the
YJ IflSiodittlijii of several hundred nut
A1h visliori at the funeral. Word
HUHW'eivt-il liovt- this evening that
3Efcrsoi).H would make the trip from
aHB"in a special ear. In accordance
Aggfcoi'' dnisli'Oi on I'YIday. the mem
m the Logan board of city commis
' wl'l .UU-nd in a body. While
l)iiKlncs.s asso'iatb.s and personal
1Ki jof 1 le banker in Suit Lake
ncajj (Biilfied their intention of attend
fi15 3 fiuierai id special arrangements
Sfen Piudc for the journey.
y3 er Academy Resolutions.
gJli Iful lowing resolutions v.tio issued
iS- i?t" tiie board of (-.duration of the
.'-nea-lomv, of wlUeh .Mr. ICccles
ILv len a nuiuhpr.
--3f 5 tho midst lift's activities,
jlo night of December o,
WbimVs Best Help
g2jbe good health which comes
SKT regular action of the organs
gMigcstion and elimination to
"oni from pain and suffering
hysical grace and beauty
I ( N harmless, vegetable remedy
; aiPlr 5AY5-
rio 18 fcs coal lias vcrjr good
S & jB 7iever ocs ou at
, Malu St.. 655 So. 4th West.
in Salt Lake City, our beloved
brother ;5nd fc'Iov. worker. David
Keclca, HUldenly received ami Im
mediately authored the last earthly
summons. Ills day's work being
done, he fain VouJd have come homo
to the bosom of his family for need
ed reiJt and peace: but that night his
life's mission was alao completed,
and unseen inufsoimcrM guld-d IiIm
spirit to its heavenly home. Unex
pected, unheralded, almost llko the
lightning's Hash came the rail of
death. Almost Instantaneous and un
hesitating seemed our brother's re
sponse. Jlc loved life and antici
pated the enjoyment of many more
active years, yot so productive and
useful had his life been that ho wa:i
ready to go when ho did.
Will Be Missed.
Great aoul that he was, ho lived
so that he will be mlased. Ills keen
perception, his ability to see the re
ality uf things, however small or how
ever gigantic, hla sense of Justice,
his desire to benctit bin fellow men
bv establishing lucrative enterprises,
his faithfulness to his friends, his
devotion :ls a husband and father,
his steadfastness to his testimony
to the truth of the gospel these
are some of the virtues which en
deared himself to us. Ills services as
a member of this board have been
of Inestimable worth. In council we
have admired his genius, nrolltt-d by
his Judgment, been encouraged by
Ills rhrcrrulncss, and felt seeuro in
planning with him the future of our
school. Yes. wo shall miss him, and
' 50 -will the Intermountaln west, but
none will sense so keenly his death
as will his beloved families.
Therefore, be it resolved b.v this
board in meeting assembled that In
the death of Hon. David Eccles tho
"Weber academy, in connection with
the entire community, has suffered a
And. be it further resolved, that
we ox tend our situ-erest and heart
felt sympathy to the bereaved fami
lies and pray that he who is the
resurrection and the life may guide
and comfort them always, anil sup
planl their poignant grief with tho
assuranee that their husband and
father "Is not dead, but sleeping,''
and that though he did not have time
to say "good night." "in some
brighter dime he will bid them 'good
DAVID O. M'ICAY.
LIS WIS W. SHtntTLlFF.
CHAKL12S V. MIDDLBTOX,
THOMAS Ll. I'JVANS.
Board of Directors.
Adopted by Weber Club.
At a special meeting today for Ihe pur
pose of arrnglng to attend the funeral In
u body, the members of the "Weber club
udopted the following resolutions:
"Whereas it has pleased the Uuler
of the Universe to take the Honor
able David Eccics from our midst
Just at a time when ho wus so use
ful to us In an industrial, financial
and social way; and
"Whereas the "Weber club loses an
honored and respected member; and
Whereas he was a kind and loving
husband and father, now therefore
Resolved, by tho members of the
"Weber club, through 'their hoard of
directors, That, while obediently
bowing to the hand of tho Divine
Father, we testify to his greatness as
an empire builder and to his great
worth in the linanciul . and industrial
enterprises .In Ogden and the entlro
west. Wo hnvc lost one of our most
valued members, and the west has
lost one of Its truly great, men. Tho
members of the Weber club extend
, their sincere condolence to the bc
t reaved family In this their saddest
Weber County Mourns.
The commissioners of "Weber county
have decided (o attend the services In
n body and. as a part of their regular
weekly meeting this morning, tho fol
lowing resolutions were adopted:
W.ehcnitf. It has pleased God in Ills
hill idle wisdom to call to his eternal
homo. David Kccies, a noted citizen
of our community;
We recognize what the life and la
bors of David Eccles has meant to
Ogden city, to "Weber county, to the
state of Utah and, generally, to tho
intermountaln country, we herewith
express the sense of deep loss suf
fered by our community, in his sud
We rycognizo in him a. man of
wonderful brain and business ca
pacity; a man who had risen from
the humble lot of a logger to tho
owner of Immense Industrial proper
ties: a. man who throughout his ex
ceptional llnanclal growth and devel
opment remained simple and plain in
Ills tastes and dcfllres; who In the
accumulated wealth that sprang to
him because of his amazing organiz
ing power saw only tho means for
greater organization and distribution
of that wealth In varied Industry;
who grew in wealth without acquir
ing the greed of the miser; who
found his greatest satisfaction, not
in tho acquirement of his wealth, but
in the use of Ha power to create, to
organize, to carry to successful
fruition additional enterprises: who
hoarded none of his means but
sought Immediate distribution of it
into new undertakings, opening up
the country, fostering Industry and
manufacture., and adding to the em
ployment of labor;
Loss to Community.
We seo In David Ucclea a kind and
indulgent husband and father, who
loved his family, who sought to teach
them by his example simplicity,
frugality, thrift, economy and the
proper use of the power thai had
come to hi in through his labors.
Now, thorefore, bo It
Resolved. That we express our sor
row at the loss of such a member
of our community and tho shod: with
which wo received the news of his
3iiddcn death while ho was appar-
cnlly In the prime of life; and, be It
Resolved, That we herewith extend
to the family of David Eccles our
heartfelt sympathy. Muy tho com
forting influence of the Holy Spirit
temper their grief, and may the
life of their husband and father and
their own endeavor to practice all
thut wa good In life endow thorn
with the. power needed to properly
accept and discharge the great re
sponsibilities thut his deatli hau now
brought unto them: and muy hla life,
his endeavors and his accomplish
ments long be an example worth v of
emulation throughout our community
Resolvor, further, That these reso
lutions be sprcud In full upon the
minutes of the board of countv com
missioners and that copies 'thereof
bo forwarded by the countv clerk to
City Adopts Resolutions.
The municipal government or Ogden
l City took official cognizance of the death
of the former mayor in the following
reaoluliona. adopted at the regular moot
Whcrcaa, In lltu physical ptisMnsr
uf the Uonoruble David Ecclo--, of
this city, whose death occurred In
Salt Lake City, Utah, on the even
ing of December 5 of this year, If)U
this community hur, lost the pres
ence of oun of ttx early settlers, ono
whose talents and energy fllt.-d him
for the task of helping to build our
vuat Inland' empire; and one whoso
success In aiding In the development
of the natlv- resources of our city,
county and state has beiomc a monu
ment of enterprise through whl h he
has placed his name upon the roll uf t
honor among thofe who hAe been in
the vanguard of advancement: and
Whereas. In the eat JS77 Mr. 1
clcs was called b.v tho voieo ot the
people, having confidence In his wis
dom and honor, to the mayorship of j
Osden City. In which capacity he
served for a period of two years,
during which tenure of office many
things wero accomplished for the
benefit of our city, and
Loss Keenly Felt.
Whereas. This cjlv will for inuny
days regretfully feci the absence of
Mr. Kccle as one of our rnont re
spected citizens, and for the lo5.s of
whom his fellow citizens are called
now to mourn. Therefore be 11
Resolved. That this community,
through the commissioners of Ogden
Citv extend tho condolence of its
citizens to the family of .Mr. Kc
cles, the members of which have lost
a loving husband, a kind father and
a thoughtful brother; ami
Resolved, That copies of this reso
lution be provided In appropriate
form and presented to his fumily:
Resolved. That tho commissioners
and tho heads of departments of
Ogden Citv attend In a body the fu
neral to be held In the afternoon of
December 10; and
-Ttesolved. That thin resolution be
perpetuated In the official records Of
A. C. KF.LL.
T. P. DROWN' INC..
J. C. NY ft.
CLUB TO ATTEND
Munv of the members of. the Salt
Uikc Transportation club, composed or
munv of the leading railway men of the
west, will attend the funeral of Mr. lue
tics todav. The Hub yesterday adopted
the following resolutions of respect to
Whereas, The worth of Mr. 13ccles
uh a citizen and his prominence and
value as an organizer and builder or
railways and numerous other indus
trial enterprises of magnitude in tho
conimunltv and as n useful and act
ive officer" of such organizations, con
tributing so much to their success
and to the welfare of the community,
were publicly recognized, and
Whereus, Mr. lOcdcs was pcrsonal
Iv known and respected by many of
ficers and members of thy Salt Lake
Citv Transportation club, who in his
death feel a personal loss as well as
a serious loss to the community,
therefore be it
Resolved at tills meeting, That ex
pressions of syriipathy of the mem
bers of the club be extended to tho
fumllv of David Eccles in this hour
of their bereavement, and It was
Resolved, That copies of these reso
lutions he sent to the family of Mr.
Eccles as an evidence of tho esteem
in which he wus held and as an ex
pression of sympathy.
D. S. SPI5NC13R.
.1. II. DAVIS.
JOEL j. PRIEST.
- WILL ATTEND
Members of the Salt Lake Clearing
House association will attend the funeral
of Mr. Eccles in a body. Yesterday the
association met and adopted the following
Whereas, It has pleased our Heaven
ly Father to remove from this earth
i!nc of the great men of our state,
ilon. David Eccles of Ogden city;
Whereas. He was closely associated
in business with our membership and
affiliated In various ways with the In
terests of our community: and,
Whereas. He was a man of the
hroailest conceptions and the highest
ideals, whose, srenlus and energy were,
directed towards the upbuilding of our
state, the ennobling of our citlzeii3
and the uplifting of his fcUowmcn;
Resolved, That the Salt Lake Clear
ing House association. In the death
of David Eccics, recognizes that he
was a foremost man of tho state, a
man of the greatest Integrity, great
tn natural endowment, great In Judg
ment and foresight and Illustrious In
achievement, yet meek in manner,
humble In success, lender In heart,
genial In nature and affectionate in
his honfo, in spirit a. man whose life
was gentle and the elements so mixed
in him that nature might stand up
and say to all the world, "This was
a inan;' and.
Whereas, iiiat in the death of Da
vid Ecelc3 his family, his community,
his city, his state, the Rocky moun
tain region and the world, wherever
his activities and personality were
known, have suffered an irreparable
Resolved. That the heartfelt sym
pathy of this association and all the
members and employees thereof be
tendered to the family of our distin
guished friend and fellow citizen,
who havo siiffered by the death of
their father and protector a loss whioh
only the healing Influences of time
aild divinity can assuage: and.
Resulted, That these resolutions be
spread upon the minutes of this as
sociation and a ropy thereof present
ed to the bereaved famllv.
Salt Luke Clearing House associa
tion. Louis 11. Farnsworth. president;
Charles S. Duiion, secretary.
TO BE PRESENT
Special to The Tribune.
LOGAN. Dec. 9. A large number of
people from this county and city will at
tend the funeral of David Eccles In Ogden
tomorrow. The directors of tho Commer
cial Boosters' club will attend In a body
as will citv and cdunty officials. All tho
enterprises here with which Mr Eccles
was Identified will conic to a standstill
for live minutes from 1:'J0 to Lo as a
mark of respect. This will include the
street ami luterurbau railways.
The county commissioners met tills af
ternoon and passed the following resolu
tions! Whereas, Our respected and es
teemed friend and citizen, the Hon.
David ftcclcs. has been suddenly
railed to another sphere of action,
there to continue his arduous plod up
ward and to add his mile toward the
accomplishment of God's great pur
Whereas. Ho has been one of the
most potent factors in our civic ad
vancement, and the upbuilding of this
intermountaln empire: and.
Whereas. He has especially turned
his efforts to the beautifying of
Cache valley and Cache county, and
to the aggrandizement, uf our wealth
and industrial opportunity. Now,
therefore, be It
Resolved, That the board of county
commissioners of Cache county. L'tuh.
In regular session assembled, does
hcroby condone the loss of our stal
wart friend and citizen whom we re
spected for his wisdom and loll, and
loved for his devotion and loyally to
our county nnd state; be it further
Kciolvcd. That we sympathize with
the bereaved family of our departed
brother and wo say unto them that
their loss la our loss and tho loss of
tho whole Intermountaln empire,
which he uo greatly helped to con
struct. Be il further
Resolved, That a copy of these reso
i lotions be forwarded to the family
r of the Hon. David Eccles and that
they bo spreud upon the minutes of
Funeral of Mrs, Mary J, Stowo.
Special to Tho Tribune.
OGDEN. Dec. 0. Funeral services for
Mrs. Mary J. Stowo. whose death oc-1
curred at the Herges hospital last night,
will lie held Thursday afternoon with
Kcnlccti In Uio Larkiu ohupel at I o'clock.
The reader:; of the Church of Jesua
Christ f'Vicntlst will be n charge. The
body will lie In state at the funeral
chapel Wednesday afternoon and oveti-
ng and up to the hour of the service on
; Thuraduj. Interment will bo In the
City ccmctcr;.. Mrs, Stowc was the wifo
of llyrum Stowc. and the family home
Is at 000 Seventh street. She 1h sur
vived bv three daughters and six sons i
in addition to the husband. '
MRS. JOB PINGREE DIES. 1
Infirmities ot Old Age Cause Death of
Special to The Tribune.
, OGDEN, J)ec. t'. Death claimed a
pioneer resident of Ogden today when
Mrs. Esther II. lingrce. wife of Job
Plngrce, president of the Plncree Na
tional bank, died at her residence. 1K
West Twenty-eighth atreel. at noon. She
had been ill for many mouths from the
infirmities of advanced years.
Morn at Hallow. Worcester. England,
September 2, lSHi). Mrs. Plngrce be
came a member o" the .Mormon church In
1 Still, she being the only member of her
family to affiliate with Ihe curly con
verts in the Urltish Isles. In the fol
lowing year she came to Amerieu and
crossed the plains with one of the wagon
trains. On Sepl ember 27. JStil, she was
united In marriage to Mr. Plngrc.
Mrs. Plngrce Is survived by seven
children, who arc: James Plngrce,
cashier of tho First National bank: Mrs.
Annie ICarron of McGrath, Canada; Jo
seph Plngrce. manager for the Pingrec
Bros, company; Hyruin Plngree, man
ager of (he Ogden Furniture &. Carpet
company; Mrs. Ida Scowcroft. wife of
Heber Scowcroft; Frank Plngree. cashier
of the Firat National bunk at Coalville,
Utah: Mrs. Pearl Taylor, wife of Law
rence Taylor of Ogden. She also leaves
lifly-fivo grandchildren and eight grcal
gnuidchlldron. The arrangements for the funeral have
not been completed.
FIX OFFICERS' BONDS. j
County Commissioners Announce Sureties
for Various -Places,
Special to Tho Tribune.
OGDEN, Dec. :). An ordinance fixing
tip; iimoiinl of the bonds of all county
officers for the ensuing two years was
adopted at the meeting of the Weber
county commissioners today. The
amounts vary from $1000 to 510,000. with
tho exception of the county treasurer,
who is required to furnish a bond for
J.140.000. The following Is the Hat of
officers and their bonds: County clerk.
flO.OOO: county recorder. $10,000; county
assessor, 510,000 ; county treasurer, $:M0.
000; county sheriff, sio.OOO; countv sur
veyor, 2000; county attorney. ?5000;
each justice of the peace, SJO00; each
constable $1000; each member of the
board of education, $2000.
The newiy-electcd officers will enter
upon their duties at noon on January C,
Try Condemnation Suit.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN, Dec 9. A condemnation suit
in which Weber county has brought an
action against George Burnett was taken
up for trial In Judge J. A. Howell's
court today. A jury has been selected
to hear the evidence and to fix the valuo
of land required by the countv commis
sioners for the building of the North
Ogden-Plcusant View cutoff. With tliu
exception of Mr. Burnett's property the
commissioners have obtained a right-of-way
for the entire new road.
Mru. Eli Spraguc Dead.
Special to Tho Tribune.
OGDEN, Dec. 9. Olga Spraguc, wife
of Ell Spraguc of Hunlsvllle. died at the
Dee Memorial hospital at midnight, fol
lowing an operation performed last Fri
day. The funeral services will bo con
ducted b. Bishop John Howell of Hooper
in the Huntsvlllc meeting ltouse at 1
o'clock tomorrow afternoon.
Marriage License Granted.
Special to Tho Tribune.
OGDEN, Dec. 9. A marriage license
was grunted today to Fred A. Rogers of
Grand Juncllon, Colo., and Lillian U. C.
Chamberlain of Ogden.
Visit County Infirmary.
Special to Tho Tribune.
OGDEN. JDce. 9. At the conclusion of
the county commissioners' meeting todav
the present members of the board, ac
companied by Commissioners-elect John
Bybec and W. C. Hunter, paid a visit to
the county farm at Ttoy. Tho object of
the visit was to familiarize the new
commissioners with the conditions at tho
Talk to School Children.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN. Dec. 9. Mrs. William Jen
nings, matron of the Salt Luke high
school, delivered an address before the
girls and women teachers of the Ogden
high school this morning. "While this
meeting was in progress, Dr. E. G. Cow
ans, superintendent of the Utah Indus
trial school, addressed the boys of the
George L. Corey Dies.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN. Dec. 9. George L. Core v. a
former well-known resident of this city,
died at Thornton. Idaho, today. He was
the father of L. S. Corey, employed in
the office of the Utah Construction com
pany, and a brother of A. B. and W. W.
Corey, both of Ogden Mr. Corey, who
died at the advanced age of 72 years,
left Ogden about twenty years ago and
had been living on a farm near Thornton.
Heading Room for Plain City,
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN. Dec. 9 Co-operating with
tho Rov. W. W. Fleetwood, pastor of tho
Church of the Good Shepherd and In
charge of the Plain City mission, Miss
Mary Shepard. a graduate of tho New
York Deaconess' home, is at work in
this locality with a view to eslublishlng
a public reading room In the northern
village. If her plan Ik carried out the
reading room will be opened in the old
school building, which was constructed
during tile rectorship of Mr, Gllloglcy.
Mrc. Peterson at Rest.
Special to The Tribune-
OGDEN, Dec. 9. The members of the
Tlcllef society of the Fourth ward at
tended in a body the funeral services of
Mrs. Petrlna Peterson this afternoon.
The services for the pioneer resident
were conducted by Bishop ft. A. Olson
In the ward chimel at 2 o'clock. The
speukors, In addition to Rishop Olsen,
were Patriarch David McKay, I. Sander
and Mrs Mary Yost. Interment was In
the City cemetery.
Takes Caso Under Adviseniont.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN, Dec, 51. After listening to
much evidence In the case of W, H.
Harris who Is charged with vagrancy.
Judge W. I T. Rcedor took the mailer un
der advisement and will render a deci
sion tomorrow morning. Harris employed
an attorney and la making a strong fight
for his freedom.
Robert Wolhcrspoon was found guilty
of allowing boys under IS years of ar.c
lo frequent his Twenty-fifth street bil
liard hall, bul no fine was assessed.
Dr. William Sadler, author of M,Tbe
Cause ami Cure of Colds,"' says that
cpniiuon colds hlioiild be taken seriously,
especially when tlicy 'liaujr on."
Foley's Honey and Tar Compound is a
reliable household medicine lor r.oiijiis
and coldn, cquully effective for children
t.-iud for prowu persons. Take it whou
j you fool a cold coming on. It will avert
'dauber of serious results and euro quick-
ly. No harmful drugs. Schraniiu-Johu-sou
Damage Stdt 'Filed.
Suit for Jo00 damages alleged to have
been suffered us a result of an auto ac
cident June JO, was filed In the city
court yesterday by Florence Richards,
, through her guardian, J. It. Richards,
aguinnt W. S. Henderson. According to
the complaint the Richards child was
struck by Henderson's automobile while
I at play In the street.
ONU GOOD JOB BRINGS TWO.
That's why the Century conttnuos to
crow. Century Printing Co., C557 Post
office place. (Advortiaaiuent)
LIVESTOCK SHOW !
HI LEWISTON, IDAHO
Opening Day Favored by
! Ideal Weather and Presence
of Large Crowd!
Special to The Tribune.
LEWISTON. Idaho. Dee. 9. With
ideal weather and large crowds brim
ming with enthusiasm the second an
nual northwest livestock show opened
Its gates this morning to the entire
northwest. Willi all available space
taken with the high quality of livestock
that could bo selected from I ho farms of
the northwest, with prospective, bidders
from all the largest packing ceniers of
the J'aclfic coast, the show Is consid
ered the best that ha.s been seen In many
vears. There arc listed for prizes a few
head over 55000 stock. In the minds of
the judges, who have been selected from
the universities and colleges of the west,
the show Is by far the beat balanced and
evenly matched that has been seen any
where. Realizing the youth of the live
stock Industry of the northwest, lite cx-,
hlbitr. of cattle, horses, sheep ,nnd hogs
The greatest dare and pains Jmvc been
exercised by the association in encourag
ing the exhibition of the highest grade
stock available. The crowds for the
opening events have surpassed all ex
pectations of the members of the asso
ciation. , A ,
Unexpected Interest waH shown today
In the Judging contest for the country
boys and girls In this event there were
entered slxtv-flve competitors. The
Judges were surprised at the interest
shown by the youths and the competence
shown In the making up of their re
ports. The awards in tills event will be
xnado tomorrow. ,
The sale of the fat stock will be held
tomorrow. There are about twenty-five
cars of tills variety, including cattle
hogs and sheep, to be sold at auction.
Bidders are here from Portland, Se
attle, Taeoma and Spokane, and show
interest In the exhibits for sale. At
this time the packing firms wi 1 be given
an opportunity to purchase the Christ
mas supply of high-grade meats.
The livestock parade, which Is sched
uled to be the biggest animal parade
west of Kansas City, will be held
Wednesday, in which the entire entries
of cattle and horses will be exhibited.
The Judges selected to judge the slock
J1W. L. Cavlylc. head of the agricultural
department of the University of Utah:
C. F. M;onroe. Washington State college.
R. C. Ashby. University of Idaho; H. C
Clark. University of Montana: 1. J.
hidings. University of Idaho: J. Hous
ton McCrosker, Garfield. W.ashlngton ;
Frank Brown, Oregon. Agricultural col-
CTo:norrow is Tortland day and will be
honored by a bier excursion from the
Rose city. The visitors will spend the
entire day In Lewiston.
CANVASS SCHOOL VOTE.
W. Lester Mannum Elected in Fifth by
l One Vote.
I Special to The Tribune.
PROVO. Dec. 9. The Provo city school
board met today to canvass the returns
on tho election held December 4. The
clerk of the board was Instructed to .is
sue certificates of election to John X.
Farrcr. First ward; A. O. Smoot, Second
ward; Evan Wridc, Third ward: Arthur
N. Taylor, Fourth ward, and W. Lester
Manguni, Fifth ward.
Inasmuch us there was some question
on tho election in the Fifth, where A. J.
Southwlck. the present member, was de
feated by Mangum by only one vote.
Mangum's vote being seventy-seven and
Southwick's seventy-six. Southwlck was
excused from attending the meeting to
canvass the returns.
The judges of election of the Fifth
ward certified In their return, that J.
Leo Bown, when he presented himself
at tho polls to vote was challenged and
his vote was sworn In. Whether this will
cause a contest has not been definitely
determined, but Mr. Southwlck. the de
feated member, has stated positively that
he will not contest the election.
PLAN BIG ADDITION.
Fort Hall Tract to Be Made Pocatello
Special lo The Tribune.
POCAT12LLO, Ida., Dec. 9. The South
ern Idaho Water Power conipuny. the
Kuhn corporation which only recently
merged the hydro-electric plants of south
ern Idaho, including the American Fulls
plant formerly belonging to Jumes 1 f.
Brady of this city, into one great com
punv, plans In tho spring to transform
the "irrigated Fort lull tract near Poca
tello from u. somewhat Isolated farm
ing project Into a suburban addition to
Toward that cud Ihe power company
will be assisted by the Mountuln Slates
Telephone fc Telegraph company. The
former company plans the extension
through ihe entire tract of Its light and
power lines and the telephone company Is
planning a main line through the project,
with feeders leading from It in all directions.
Special to The Tribune.
POCATISLLO. Idaho, Dec. 9. For tho
second time this year the sluggish Port
Nouf river lias claimed its death toll. A
few weeks ago the little son of Mr. and
Mrs. W. J. Thomas was drowned and last
night as Mr. and .Mrs. J. Jenucn were
driving along the river near the. Wrcnslad
bridge their horse became frightened and
backed the rlir Into the river. Mr. Jen
sen escaped with difficulty, bul wuh un
able lo save, his wife. The horse was
hauled out this morning, bul despite con
tinued efforts all night and today the body
of Mrd. Jeusen has not been found. Un
der the directions of I-irc Clitcf McMahon
the river has been dragged repeatedly.
Even dynamite has not loosened the body.
Mra Jensen wus a most estimable lady
and the entire community Is shocked at
her sudden and terrible death.
Editor is Released.
Special to The Tribune-
POCATELLO. Ida,. Dec. 9. Karl P.
Brown, editor of the Blackfoot Optimist,
was released from cuslody in the Bing
ham county court lust Saturday and
County Attorney James Good dismissed
j the case because. In his opinion, the edi
tor had 'violated no law" when he gave
a friend a "nip" from a bottle in Aber-
'docu the olher day. It Is said that poli
tics had considerable to do with filing
I the complaint In the flm place.
lufaut Child Dies.
Special to The Tribune.
MANTL Dec. 9. Elizabeth. the 19-months'-old
daughter of Profetsor and
Mrs. Charles L. Johns of Mt. Pleasant,
died ui the home of lis grand-parent.
Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Hornung, in Mantl
Saturday after an Illness of two weeks
of cerebral trouble. A short serlce will
be conducted at. the house at 11 o'clock.
Then the body will be taken to Mt.
Pleasant, where the funeral will take
place Tuesday afternoon from the Pres
Special to The Tribune.
J1OCATELLO, Dec. 9 County Coroner
O. B, Steelcy received word today of the
death of the unknown man who was shot
accidentally by the night watchman at
McCaiumon a few daya ago. Tho man
novor regained consciousness. Dr, Stee
le" Investigated tho circumstances and
d'idod the shooting w-ua clearly n"iiden
tal and deemed an inquest unncccssurj.
The man was drunk in iIia Oregon Short
Line, depot and rcfueed to leave at the
request of Officer Hoge. He rcnlsltd the
officer, who drew hit. gun and struck the
unknown. In roino way the gun was dis
charged, lodging at the busc of the brain,
causing the man's death.
Asks for Fire Apparatus.
Special to The Tribune.
PROVO, Dec. 9. The city commission
era today look up a communication from
Fire Chief Jo.cph W. Loveless, in which
the chief asked .the commission to Install
In his department a hook and ladder
truck. The chief also recommended that
an ordinance lie passed compelling own
ers uf all buildings two stories and more
In height, to provide fire eseapes. The
matter was taken under advisement and
the fire chief and city attorney were
Instructed to make a thorough Inspection
of all bulldlnccs within the fire limits and
report on their condition.
Goes for Alleged Forger.
Special U. The Tribune.
PROVO. Dee.. 9. sheriff George T.
Judd left here today for Lincoln, Neb.,
lo brlnt: back C. D. Roine.ro, who Is
wanted here, on a eharge of forgery. Ro
mero Is alleged lo have obtained $900
from the Sprlngville Bunking company
l on a forged draft In 1905. He was after
wards arrested and convicted In Neb
raska of forgery aJid sentenced to tho
state prison. His term In th Nebraska
penitentiary will expire within a few
days, and Sheriff Judd proposes to be
there ready to take the man Into cus
tody on the l'tuh warrant.
SOI MUST MARRY TO
GET $10 LEGACY
Will of Orson P. Arnold Con
tains Unusual Provision;
' To Purchase Home.
Tender the terms of the will of Or?on
Pratt Arnold, filed in the probate division
of the district court yesterday, his son,
Frank K. Arnold, must marry before he
can receive a legacy of $1000. It 1b also
stipulated that the money shall bo used
only for the purchase of a home.
Orson Pratt Arnold died November 22
of tills year, leaving an estate consisting
of about $10,000 in cash and securities
and several thousand dollars' worth of
real estate. Tn his will he stipulated that
first of all provision shall be made for
the support of his two wives. Alice Ar
nold and Fannio D. Arnold.
Accompanying the will is a petition
from Orson Pratt Arnold, Jr.. who asks
that letters or administration be issued
to Joseph S. Wells and Imer Pctt. named
as executors In the will. Thirteen chil
dren arc mentioned aa heirs to the es
tate. Frank Arnold said last night that his
father had told him that he was going
to put such a provision in ids will, so
the young man was not surprised at
It. Frank Arnold, who Is 2& years of
age, said he saw no prespecta of paying
the money on a home at the present
time, but expressed a hope that he might
do so In the future. He is attending
a local business college at the present
G. I. R. POST PAYS
Resolutions passed by the members of
Ma.NWcll-MeKcan post No. 1. G. A. It
pay a touching tribute to their late
comrade, J. W. Brown, who was com
mander of the department of Utah, and
to the rapldlv diminishing ranks of the
veterans of the war between tho states
The resolutions follow:
Whereas, Comrade J. W. Brown,
commander of the department of
L'tuh, G. A. R.. has- answered lo the
last roll call that summoned him to
join the great majority,
Resolved. That the comrades of
the Muxwell-McKeun post No 1. De
partment of Utah. G. A. R-. recog
nize in hla death the loss of n true
comrade and friend;
Resolved. That wo extend to the
bereaved widow and famllv. as won
as the comrades of the Department
of Utah, our sincere sympathy In
their affliction. . . 4,
Resolved, that we recognize in the
death of our comrade only another
warning that the days of the Grand
Aran- arc numbered, and a reminder
to extend to those still living thut
"fraternity of feeling" which will
lend to make their last duys happier:
Resolved, That these re-solutions be
spread on the minutes of tho post
and a copy each furnished to the
family of our comrade, the Depart
ment of Utah and the dally papers
'of the city.
Could Shout for Joy.
"1 wuut to thank vou from the bot
torn of mv heart." wrote 0. li. Kadr,
of Lewislniru W. Va. "for :he vm
dcrful double benefit I ro. from Elec
tric Bitters in curl nor wo of both a bc
vere caso of stomach trouble cud tif
rhcaiuaiibru, frym wlii.'li I had been an
almost helpless sufferer for ten years.
It suited mv caso as thnugh inado just
for 1110." 1''or dyspepsia, iuiliyesion,
iauudice, aud to rid tho system of Kid
ney poisous that cause rheumatism.
Electric Bitters have no U 0nr.r. Try
thoin. Everv bottlo is guaranteed lo
satisfy. Only 00 centt at Schramm
Johusbu, drugs. (Advertisement).
TAKEN INTO CUSTODY
Fro.l Poulson. proprietor of the Im
perial hotel. -wa, arrested on three
charges last night us a result of the
complaints of guests of the place, who
alleged that they had been shabblJy
Thu eluirgeo -violation of the slate
liquor law, violation of the register li
cense act and conducting a. disorder
house were entered opposite the name of
Poulson on the police blotter. Hj was
permitted to go after furnishing cash j
bail of ?;;uo. I
The arrest Is suid to have resulted
from the complaint of four men. guests J
of the place, who said they have tiie
necessary evidence against Poulson and
are willing to glv,i It Into the hands of
I lie police because of an alleged over
charge which thev say they suffered at i
the hands of the hotel man. j
Famous Stage Beauties
look with horror ou Skin Eruplious,
Blotches, Sores or Pimples. They
don't havo then!. Per all such troubles
ubo Bucklcn's Arnica Salve. Tt ylori
fiea the face, Excellent for Eczema or
Snlt. Bhciitn. it cures sore lips, chapped
hands, chilblains; heals burns, cuts aud
bruises, Uuaurpusr'cd for piles. 2oc at
Schramm Johnson, drujjs.
li ITCK I
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Eczema or any sl;n affection treated
with Poalam Immediately becomes re- H
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grows lesu cnuoylng. leas extensive, until H
it finally disappears. H
All skin diseases. Including acne, let- jH
ter, p.-orlaslK. plies. ikln-HoaU-, sa't H
rlielim. hatbeiV aud all other forms vr H
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Minor troubles, such as pimples, red H
aud Inflamed noses, rashes, dandruff- H
complexion blemishes, etc., rcejond so H
readily that overnight treatment la often B
POSLAM SOAP, ilfed daily for toilet
and latli, will keep the sklu In healthy H
condition and Improve Its color and te-v- H
lute. It offcra the healing medication 1
of Poslam In a form partkiilurly bent- H
tlclal for lender skin.
Sehramm-Juhnsun. Drugs, and nil drus- 1
sisla sell Poslam (price 20 cents) and B
Poslam Soap (price 2."i cents). For free H
samples write to the Emergency Labora- H
torles. "2 West 2ith Street. New York
City. (Advertisement.) 1
SALT LAKE'S BUILDING H
SHOWING UP WELL H
Official building reports or elevc'i
months, beginning Jautiury I. 1012. and
(.oullnuliig to December 1, ID 1 2, as com
piled bv "The American Contractor." a
Chicago" trade lonnial, show an incicasr
of $21, OSS in Salt Lake City over the
same period last year- The total opera
Hons In thu building Industry here up jH
lo tlic first of the present month la
Salt l-ike are given as amounting to
$3,H5,:i$R. In 1?H, for the same period
the total Is SS.121.000. Operations dur-ln-r
the prst month. November, amounted tM
lo $'.o',:;50, there being no big permits jH
Issued during the month.
Inspector Paine a 'Witness.
W. W. Paine, inspector in charge o jH
the United States food and drug Inspec- jH
Hon service In Utah. Nevada, and Wyo- jH
mlng. will leave today for Chicago to
testifv In an Important government case
in the federal court there. The case Is
scheduled to come before Judge Lnndia
on December 10. Inspector Paine ex
pcct3 to be away about ten days or two
Open Walker Building Tower.
Walker Bros., bunkers, yesterday opei ed
the. tower on the new Walker bank build - jH
lng to visitors. A large crowd availed it-
self of this opportunity to look over the jH
city from a fresh standpoint Visitors will tH
be admitted every day for tile rest of the jH
week from a a. in. to 3 n. m.
let the "Little Doctor" I
Be Your Household I
His reputation has long been catab- IH
llshcd. "I have never claimed to euro jH
evervthine;. but do claim." the Llttle
Doctor savs. "that cvorylblng the old
fashioned mustard plaster will cure. I can.
without Irritating or harming tho skin. jH
I will cure sore throat, headaches, cold in
the head, chest, soreness of muscles, jB
stiffness of joints, lumbago and other se-
rlous results derived from a cold lou fm
will not find a long list of a million ways.
I can be used in tho little bqx I come in.
I. tlic LITTLE DOCTOR, AM A JAR 01?
FAMOUS MAC LAR15N S MUSTARD iH
CERATF, noted for Its wonderful curing- jH
powers, and am sold at all GOOD DRUG
GISTS. 2f.o and uOc the jar. All you havo
to do Is to rub and rub me hi well and r
will cure your cold in no time. I am roc- jH
commended by many noted physicians. I
certainly hope you will ask for mo the
next time you need services of my Kind.
SEND FOR FREE SAMPLE to Mac
lrcn Drug Co.. nevelniid. Ohio, or Uia
Viiceln1: Cal. WHMN IN DOLBT fM
THINK TWICE. YOU WILL REML3M-
BIDR "THE LITTLE DOCTOR." fM
Drs. Zimmerman & Gindrup
DENTISTS. Inc.. 234 Main St.
Over Leyaon'a, next to Royal Cafe. jH
Satisfied Patient "Our Motto"
Bridge Work, beat
Sr. of Teeth (best) irjF'Xl fM
Gold Fillings V,V,$1- i
Other FUllngB 25c, 7Sc and 51
12 Yean' Personal Protective
aic tho nights wo have been
predicting. Did you accept
"PEACOCK" Rock Springs Coal jl
will provo nn ally of great
strength and comfort In tho
long nights to come.
Service Prompt. Delivery Clean.
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