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photograph Showing Crowd at Ogden Tabernacle
jm Upon Arrival of the Eccles Funeral Cortege
i throng at
ijffinds Attend Services
. Dgden Tabernacle;
S5 ?ESS IS HALTED
I rs Pay Glowing Trib-
o Wonderful Achieve-
nents of Financier
f' The Tribune,
a M Vcc. 10. Feeling tribute of
B8 Paid to tho memory of David
SuMuhls city today. Tho esteem In
arakE mulli-milllonalro was lielil by
agBe of Ogden, as well as the state
eSgjRand the entire, west, was best
j&flN&on a score of prominent inoii.
jjV9h business world, with bowed
sfiEjRfeved heads, followed the casket
Hnes composed of 100 school
flS-gMT moro than half of tho great
M&Mj was able to enter the bulld
pilch tho funeral services were
i-galn a place within hearing
f church dignitaries, business
and personal friends, who tes
holr adnilnitlon of the finan
ce loss sustained by the com
huKB who composed the throng
ilncnt pardons of every city
In this state, us well sis many
r sections of tho west. Salt
!"J IvOgan contributed prlncl
c visiting crowds), with dolcga
yi, ! numbered moro than ono
$ftmtiaclh I''Sldcnt Joseph
WKKjUiq Mormon churcli was among
mm of Progress Halt.
X&jHMie tribute paid bv the fhou
fflfflp attended or fought to attend
5i"CE .m the taoernaclc was a
SsM',c, 't w none the less 1m
than that which brought tho
uBUBjl finance and lndustrv in five
HKfK "'l1,1 for a period of several
w--In this and other cities of the
HwgJy lines of business wero com
HfoMF.'Pc'idcA throughout thu entire
UfiH!' 12 o clock noon every bank
nSQNf. v"ua V,0Kedi tho offices of the
&?m whlcn Mr. Ecclco had been
KHKt were closed for the day, while
MHBfcre adjourned and general bust
Kflfvl y partially abandoned in or-
f-pc an might have an opportunity
mV pfoutet Individual benc
K Hie city.
IJMuneral Cortege. !
Mwi11 n'a,) 1)00,1 arranged for the
ffBPr,tcKo to form at the residence,
f Jctferton avenue and Twenly
,Weel, at J2:;so o'clock, many were
reach the city at thn appointed
pBfi.Iiycntiy the line did not
$MPl aft?1' 1 o'clock It wns hoad
Uicmbors of the Weber academy
lmjiwucailon, followed bv tho fac
Bbtrs of tue same InHlltution and
JjM?". The members of tho "Weber
Pi flK,c..Tlunil3(Sr r -00 wer noxt In
lf'-WT 'I10 honorary pallbearers V.
mf JOHeph Seowcroft, .John Pin
irlM H. Barton and W. A. Lar
Mimt , ',s Yomg and Joseph
(ilVW?, of bait Lake. H. 13. Haleh of
V INr" Adam Patterson of Los An
tSSflfng tho funeral ear. E. S.
ifmS?Wu!i? R'Tton. TJ. A. Moves,
MP' IT- Wllllanw of Ogdun. Dr.
fvNUdsto of Logan. Fred C'. Taylor
JSHm?' dH-.and D' w ,3a,rd of
-JmhJr', lhr wUve pallbearers.
KlWWPVi, lhc ncarsf. Three car
, AiiJKtfl,n,aF Pr.ofil''ont Smith and
frOJaPccrB. toeotlier w(th prominent
in'.i5hurch PffclalB of Salt Lake
Jt'j iNEn al,G? Preceded tho funeral car.
a rffr?i,w,?owtIBof the lato financier
3 ,11;; fl"1, carrlaRos In the
raE?ihlc!!. fotrm0t behind tho hoarse.
fM1'1?- EJC,CS- accompanli-ii bv D.
JM' L r,ov, T2'cs .uid Mr. Vldn
U Me?"p,cd. 'J10 nr,it carrhmc; Mrs.
illftBfi'5" uml r?u" ,,f cl' children oc
j"?the second. The route tnkon by
lesl" to VashlnKton avenue and
prth to the tabernacle.
lis: Jm piatjH of Funcnil Director K. 1.
b) IBMwlHlcrt bv A. J. Larkln of Salt
1 a o( l,,e tabcninclo were
closed to all persons other than the
momber.s of the Ogden and Salt Lake
Clearing Mouse associations, prior to the
arrival of the funoral cortege from the
residence. Thc bankers did not accom
pany tho body from tho home and conse
quently wore in their alloted section
When the party arrived. The plan of
withholding nil from the building until
thc opening of the services proved to be
a step well taken. Before 1- o'clock
noon scores of persons were waiting to
gain admittance to thc building and by
thc time tho funeral procession arrrlved
tho entire seating capacity of thc lab
ornaclo would not have accommodated
those who waited outside he doors.
In tho allotment of thc seating space
tho members of the two families oceu-.
pled the center section, nearest tho pul
pit. Other relatives and personal friends
of Mr. Eccles occupied tho space behind
tho widows and children, while the
members of tho "Weber club wero on the
north sldo of tho building, with tho city
and county officials immediately behind
them. Tho section of scats on tho south
side of thc tabernaclo was given over to
the Ogden and visiting bankers, with the
Weber academy- teachers Immediately"
behind thein. The employees of tho vari
ous Eccles companies occupied the scats
In the center of tho building.
Many Remain Outside.
When all of theso had taken their
placcM there was a comparatively email
section left for the immense crowd wait
ing outside. About 400 porsons entered
tho tabernaclo when tho doors were
thrown open and after tho sealing .space
had been taken scores stood In tho
aisle."- Even then thoso who were forced
to remain oulsldo outnumbered those
gaining an entrance. j
Tho wealth of tloral offerings, thc most '
elaborate display ever seen in thc city,
was arranged In front of tho speakers
stand. As tho heavy bronzo caskot, cov
ered with a blanket of Cecil Brunnor
roses and lilies of thc valley, wnn rolled
to a point. In tho center of tho stand,
Chopin's Funeral March was played by
Organist Sam F. Whltaker.
With President U W. Shurtllff of tho
Weber slaho in direct charge, assisted
by JJlshon II. C. Jacobs of the Fifth ward,
tho services were opened with music.
Mrs. Myrtle 1?. Hlglcy and tho tabernacle
choir sang "It Is Not Death to Die."
After the opening by Apoullo ITcbor .T.
Grant of Salt Lalco, tho selection, "Load
Us. O Father," was sung by a male
Bishop Nibley Speaks.
As tho first speaker at tho services,
Bishop Charles W. Nibley of Snlt Lake
said he deemed It an honor to appear be
fore such a vast thronjr at the obse
quies for a man ho prominent as David
IDecles, to whom hi: referred as a great
man in tho industrial world and a power
In financial circles.
"1 would not have you fall down on
your Uncus and worship tlmi man because
of mere wealth, but rather for what he
has accomplished," said Bishop Nibley.
"I am glad to havo Unown David Eccles.
I am glad to havo been his pupil while
ho was tho tutor. For twenty years I
ha1 known him and his mind was that
of the rnaater builder- Ho could bo truly
termed a 6aptaln of Industry. Thero was
a rcmarlcablc thing In tho business ca
reer of this great man; ho never owed
a dollar and never signed his natno to a
note. This is one of tho groat exam
ples left by him and which might well
bo followed. Those associated with him
in all of his organizations Unow how well
he mastered, yet did not master. That
Wcbcr county, Utah, and tho wholo west
will miss this great man of fidelity and
Integrity goes without saying."
President John Watson said he had
been associated with the late banker for
tho past twenty-eight years, during
whjch time ho had served as a city coun
cilman whll n Mr. Eccles was mayor and
had been In his council In business af
fairs, as well as being associated with
him In religious, educational and social
Before the introduction of Patriarch
George Romney of .Salt Lako ns thc nest
hpeakcr, Mrs. Maggie Tout Browning
sang the beautiful solo. "Tho Link Di
vine." She was accompanied by Profes
sor Whltaker on tho tabernaclo organ.
Having been engaged In business In
this city at ono time, Bishop rtomncy
snlxl ho had known David Ecclea for thc
past forty years, or slnco tho time when
lio had engaged In his first business un
dertaking. President Shurtllff announced that, al
though he had been selected as one of
tho speakers, Judge H. H. Uolapp would
not be ablo to ruspond. Judge pvolapp
attended tho services, occupying a place
with the honorary pall bearers. The
composition of Prof. Joseph Ballaniync,
"God Knows Beat," was sung by Mrs.
Tho great sadnJ3 which thc death of
Mr. Eccles brought to tho northern f.cc
tlon of the tato and thc fraternal feel
ing which would alwayn be entertained
by thc pcoplo of tho Cache valley be
cause of their association with tho muu,
were related by President Joseph Quln
ney, Jr., of Logan.
Apostle Davjd O. McKay of this city
spoke of thc man an the same modem,
unassuming- David Eccles who had earned
his tlrtt 5o0 by driving a team of oxen
It was. this sort of common feeling, ac
cording to tho speaker, that made the
poorest man feel at home in his pres
President Smith's Address.
Thu address of President Joseph V.
Smith was devoted almost entirely to the
subject of religion, lie. first announced
a message for tho members of thc be
reaved family, saying that owing to a
similar mission in Salt Lake, Presidents
Lund and Penrose had not been ablo to
attend tho services for Mr. Eccles. Presi
dent Smith said In part:
The position in which 1 am placed
today Is a trying one. Thc sadness
I havo folt slnco the sudden death
of Mr. Eccles makes me foci more
like joining the family mourners than
participating In a ceremony. Pcrr
haps I have not known him so long
as some of you and was not so close
ly associated, hut I havo had tho
good fortune to be associated with
him in several business concerns and
I learned,, like others, .to appixclato
as fully .-is I could thc magnificent
ability and insight "possessed by
Brother Eccles. In every wav he
was a leader in business affairs.
Wo do not all see the samo In re
ligious matters and I would not .wish
1o do or say anything which might
offend thoso of his associates who
are here today, but I do wish to say
that David Eccles was a Latter-day
b'alnt and known moro extensively,
perhaps, as a. Mormon. Wo know
but llttlo about each other on this
footstool, but T will say to you
friends here today, if you can im
prove upon his religious life, do It.
You cannot. I believe, "improve upon
his financial life and capabilities, but
you can follow his example. There
Is one thing in this connection I wish
to Impress upon you: when you run,
stop before you become weary, when
you walk, rest before you faint.
When you havo done your duty, give
nature a chanco to recuperate. Do
not deceive yourselves Into believing
that you are protected here In this
earthly life: that you can run and not
(ire. Do not employ stimulants, for
they arc not necessary. The stlrnu
land that you and I need s thu stimu
lant of nroper rest and recuperation.
I told David that ho was going too
fast, that ho oucht to stop and enjoy
the fruits of this life, but ho said
that he did not know tho meaning
of fatlguo and enjoyed his manner of
Tho singing of "Ono Sweetly Solemn
Thought" by George Douglas and the
choir, and the benediction by President
Francis M. Lyman of Salt Lako closed
tho services after President Shurtllff had
expressed thanks to tho speakers and
for the ninny beautiful (lowers.
Tho funeral cortege proceeded on Twenty-second
street and Jefferson avenue to
the City cemetery, where interment was
made In a grave dedicated by Bishop
Jacobs. The fiowera had In tho mean
time been removed to tho cemetery. The
large designs completely covered thc
burial plot, while thc bouquets were used
In lining the grave. The services at the
grave wero brief.
Many From Other Places.
The largest number of persons coming
to Ogden today from outsldo points to
attend the funoral wero from Logan.
That city sent all of Its city officials,
county commissioners, members of thc
Commerclnl Boosters club and many oth
ers. There wero almost two hundred por
sons hero from tho Cache valley dis
trict, prominent among them being
Mayor Henry Hayball, County Commis
sioners P. C. Nelson. !Hobcr Parker and
James J. Michel of Cache countv, H. G.
Nobaker and President IT. E. Hatch of
tho Commercial club. A. B. Olson, George
S. Hondricks, Merle Hovey, Dr. George
Thomas, Judge J. 1 1, Peterson. Joseph
Cordon, William Thalmo. W. II. Hend
ricks. R. O. Campbell. Robert Sheffield,
Dr. D. C. Budge. J. W. Hcndrickson, K.
C. Hhoub, Moses Thatcher, T. Lerov
Coition and w. jr. Hancock. Evcrv town
In the Cache valley was represented by
thoso In attendance at the services.
The vli-llorH from Salt Jako numbered
moro than one hundred and rcprosontod
tho prominent business Interests of the
capital city. Anions them wero Thomas
IL Cutler, i president of the Utah-Idaho
Sugar company. George T. Odcl! of tho
Consolidated W'agon &. Machine com
pany. W. T. Cannon of the Lynch-Can-uon
Engineering company. D. S, Spencer,
assistant passenger agent of tho Oregon
Short Line: TI G, Whitney, manager of
tho Dcseret News; D. S. Young, F. S.
Druehl. Simon Bamberger, Frank Knox, j
E. D, Burton,' George Austin and manv
Among those from a greater distance
were Charles E, Early, mnnogcr of the
Mount Hood Railway company of Ore
gon; Joseph Barton, suoorlntcndcnt of
the Sumptor Valley Railway company;
Fred Atkinson, manacer of the Oregon
Lumber company of Baker City, Or.; F.
S. Bramwell. munager of tho Ecclos
Lumber company of La Grnnde, Or.; E.
M. Cole, chief engineer of tho Eccles
sugar beet, factories; Charles Woodhous.
superintendent of the sugar factorv nt
Lewlston. Ida., and Adam Patterson of
Owing to a delay In trains. S.
Browning, who was notified in Cincin
nati of thc death of Mr, Ecclrs. did not
arrive in the city until the funeral serv
ices were in progress.
Masses of Flowers.
All of thc available space across the en
tire front of thc speakers' stand at the
tabernacle was barely sufficient to ac
commodate the countless floral offerings
which marked thc devotion of tho business
associates, personal friends" and employes
of Mr. Eccles. Tho offering included
every known design of the florist's art
from humblo bouquets to wonderful flower-formed
pieces six feet In height.
It required thrco big vans to transport
tho flowers from tho -tabernaclo to the
grave In tho city cemetery after tho
services. While tho flowers were contrib
uted chiefly by Ogden and Salt Lake
friends, sonic wero received from Oregon
and California. Tho following Is tho list
of those from whom flowers wero re
ceived: Mr. and Mrs. H. IT. Rolapp. chrysanthe
mums and roses; Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Ro
lapp, wreath of violets; Mr. and Mrs. G.
W. Green, spray of chrysanthemums; Mr.
land Mrs. C. M. .Barton, standing bouquet,
Mr. and Mrs. W. IT. Eccles and family,
heart of chrysanthemums; Mr. and Mrs.
G. W. Larkln, basket of roses; Mr. and
Mrs. Will Burt, spray of chrysanthemums:
Ogden Savings bank, plaque of roses and
chrysanthemums: W. H. Eccles company,
wreath of chrysanthemums; Vlnard Land
and Stock company, crescent of chrysan
themums: E. T. Barly, pillow of roses;
Eccles Lumber company, Logan Rapid
Transit compans. crescent of roses and
chrysanthemums; Junior A. C. L, roses;
Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Wright, wreath of
chrysunthomums; Utah Condensed Milk
conipuny, wreath of chrysanthemums:
Ogden Sugar factory employes, wreath of
chrysanthemums and roses; Sumter Val
ley Railway company, broken wheel; the
Scowcroft family, wreath of chrysanthe
mums: Mr. and Mrs. George 11. Tribe,
spray of roses; Mr. and Mrs. George Kirk
femlth. pillow; Mrs. Thomas D. Dee, roses:
Charles A. Gillette, Dean F. Brayton and
Frank J. Gustln of Salt Lake, sprav of
chrysanthemums; Wingolf society, bas
ket of .roses: Mr. and Mrs. Swinger, pil
low pf roses; the board of education and
faculty and students of thc Weber acad
emy, crescent and star; Oregon Lumber
company, plaquo of roses; Mona, Claire
and Fred Taylor, spray of roses; general
office employes of thc Utah Sugar com
pany, chrysanthemums; state Bank of
Richmond, spray of roses; Mrs. Ncttlo PJc
clcs and family, roses and chrysanthe
mums; Scottish Cronnles. roses: Troy
Laundry company, crescent chrysanthe
mums and roses; Mr. and Mrs. R. A.
Moycs. spray of roses; Mr. and Mrs. Wil
liam Moyes. spray ot roses; Mr. and Mrs.
John E. lyler, spray of chrysanthemums:
.Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Wattls, spray of
roses; John J. Burk and company, cres
cent of roses and chrysanthemums; T,
Lmlow and Y. Yamaguchl, Logan, spray of
chrysanthemums: U. A. C. students, spray
of roses: Mrs. Nora Eccles, sweet peas;
Mr. and Mrs. Myman S. Young, roses; Mr
armIJs- T- Brlsrot and Mr. and Mrs.
H. C. Day, spray of white roses- tho Ix
gan Commercial Boosters club, spray of
roses; Weber club of Ogden, spray of
roses; Anderson Sons companv, pillow of
roses and violets-. Mr. and Mrs. II, H.
Spencer, wreath of roses; Ogden Clearing
houso assistants, crescent of roses; Mr
and Mrs. Oscar Reud, and Mr, and Mrs
Herbert L. Bell, roses; Lon and Bert
Williams, roses; tho Kuhns. sprav of
roses; William A. Karklns and W. S. 'Din
widdle, roses; Mr. and Mrs. J. F Goss
roses: Mr. and Mrs. Paul O. Bates, roses;
yomIng Coal company, crescent; Tavlor
Armstrong Lumber company, wreath of
chrysanthemus; .Mr. and Mrs. Alex Moves
and family, spray of roses; Mrs. .Margaret
Doxoy Long. Salt Lake, sprav of roses
tho Ilyrum State bank, spray bf chrvnan
themums; Mr. and Mrs. Horace G. Ncb
ckor. spray of roses: Hanson Live Stock
A.-. I'ecd comnanv of th Orrffn i.,ih
company, crescent of roses; Mrs. Henry
Stoddard and daughter, spray of chrvsan
themums; Utah Canning companv. spray
of chrysanthemums; Mr. and Mrs. James
H. Moyle, wreath of chrycanthomums; Mr.
and Mrs. John McGrath, harvest wreath of
wheat; Ogden Rapid Traiiblt company em
ployes, wreath of roses; the George A
Lown company, wreath; Mr. and Mrs"
Josepli Geoghcpn. wreath of roses; the
L'lrst Natlona bank of Ogden. crescent of
roses; Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Wattls, wreath
of pine, magnolia leaves and evergreen
Mr. and Mrs. Chrlstenscn, wreath of
COURT TAKES RECESS.
Judge Howell Refers Fcelnrjly to Death
of David Ecclc3,
Spocial to Tho Tribune.
OGDEN, Dec. "lCFor tho purpose of
gaining a clearer knowledge of existing
conditions, the Jury in tho condemnation
cult of Wcbcr county ngalnst George
Barnctt visited tho Bamett farm this
afternoon while tho court was adjourned
tor the Eccles funeral. Tho action was
brought by tho county commissioners for
tho purposo of obtaining; land upon which
to establish a new road. During the
foronoon, witnesses for the county testi
fied that the land wan worth about $100
per acre, Tho defendant demanded a
In adjourning his division of the dis
trict court at noon today. Judge J. A.
Howell Issued the following statement;
"It will bo understood when tho court
ndjourns, that It will adjourn until after
tho funcroi of David Eccles and out of
roHpcct to ills memory, riot simply on ac
count of his commanding position In the
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TO AID HOMESTEADERS.
Forent Service Will Render Assistance by
Special to Tho Tribune.
OGDEN, Dec. 10. Properly Clerk A
M. Smith of the government forest acrv
Icc leaves tomorrow for a three weeks'
I nip In California. H hclncr his intention
to sturlv general conditions ami to confer
with the supervisors regnnllns tho sup
plies for next season.
In view of the extensive homestead
operations to be carried on In connection
with tho forestry worlc next year, JG000
worth of surveying instruments hayu
been ordered. It Is the intention of thu
forct?trv officials to aid the homesteaders
who dc'slrc to tako up land which Is now
a part of national forests.
HAS NARROW ESCAPE.
Sleeping Man Surrounded by Flames
Special to Tho Tribune.
OGDEN". Dec. 10. Asleep in a shed
which had caupht llro In an unknown
manner. John Swcnson had n. narrow
escape from death at un early hour this
mornlnff when ho was dragged from the
place In an unconscious condition. The
hovel in which Swcnson had taken up
his abode Is at tho rear of tho Vlennu
cafe on Twenty-fifth street.
Thc man had been drinking during the
night and It Is supposed that this ren
dered him unmindful of thc flames and
smoke which tilled the room when the
firemen arrived. They dragged tho man
from his dnnperous position and It was
found that he had not been Injured. The
lire was easily nut out with chemicals.
PARTNERS HAVE ROW.
Umbrella Rcpalrlno Bustness Breaks Up
Special to Tho Tribune.
OGDEX, Dec. 10. The difficulties often
encountered In conducting business part
nerships were recounted in Judge W. II.
Reedcr's court this morning when Frank
Law was arraigned on a chargo o strik
ing James Dunstan In the face with his
list. In fact, both men -were charged
with disturbing the peace by fighting,
but tho caso against Dunstan was dis
missed, while Law was sent to tho city
Jail for a period of twenty days.
According to the evidence, Law arid
Dunstan wero engaged In the umbrella
ropalrlng business, It being: Dunttan's
dutv to solicit thc business while Law
dovotcd his tlmo to repairing. Believing
that ho was not getting a proper sliare
of thc protlts for the work he accom
plished. Dunstan decided to -withdraw
rrom thc partnership. Tho threatened
disruption or tho firm po preyed upon
Law's mind thut he "landed" on his
partner's Jaw. Their arrest followed.
DIES ABOARD TRAIN.
Sheepherder Succumbs to Abscess Formed
by Bone In Throat.
Special to Tho Tribune.
OGDEN-, Dec. 10. Jose Calzacorta, a
shecpherdor, who has been employed on
a ranch near Elko, Nov., died on board
Southern Pacillc train No. 6 this morning
uh he was being brought to tho Dee hos
pital In this city. His death was duo to
abscess of tho throat. Early this month
tho man swallowed a bone, which lodged
In his throat. Ho experienced no 111 ef
fects until four days ago, when It was
found that an abscess had formed. When
I his condition grew steadily worse. It was
decided to perform an operation at the
Upon the arrival of thc train In this
city the body was removed to tho Lar
kln undertaking- rooms and prepared for
burial. Thc body was sent to ISIko on
board train No. 5 this evening. Calza
corta was 23 years of age.
Puncral of Miss Ingcbrctacn.
Spocial to Tho Tribune.
OGDEN", Dec. 10. Tho funeral of TUIss
Lily Jngebrotacn, who died Sunday even
ing, will be held tomorrow afternoon,
with services at the homo, SIS Twenty
eighth street, at 2 o'clock. Thc body will
be at the homo between tho hours of 10
and 1 o'clock tomorrow.
Injured in Runaway.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN. Dee. 10. Charles Skccn and
Charles Richardson were the victims of
a runaway accident near Pleasant View
last night which resulted in the painful,
although not serious, injury of both men.
A barking dog frightened the horses,
causing them to run away and overturn
tho wagon. Mr. Skcen's right leg wok
broken a few Inches below tho hip and
he received other Injuries. Ir. Richard
ton escaped with a scalp wound and
bruises. .Mr. Skccn will be confined to
his home for several weeks.
Hold Brief Session.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN, Dec, 10. The city commis
sioners held a brief meeting this morn
ing, adjourning for the day on account
of the Eccles funoral. after attending to
a few business matters. Among other
things, they directed that $1000 of Car
negie library fund be paid over to tho
Rev. J. E. Carver, president of the library
Many Marriage Licenses Issued.
Special to Tho Tribune
OGDEN, Dec. 10. The usual active
7'ucsday business at the marriage license
bureau In thc county clerk's offlco was
In evldcnco today by thc grunting of li
censes to the following porsons: William
B. Stangor of West Weber and Elizabeth
M. Dlngham of Plain City: Joseph II.
Ward of Wlllard and Miss Elslo E. Call
of RIgbv, Ida.: Nick. Kragovlch and Helen
Kolcsar". both of Kemmercr, Wye:
Clatido E. Stuart of Uintah and Ellen F.
Ferncllus of South Wcbcr; Claudo Graven
of Bloomlngton. Ind., and Martha Wols3 jM
of Pierre, S. D.
Child Burned to Death.
Special to Tho Tribune.
TOOELE. Dec. 10. Pearl Skinner, aged
S years, was burned to death hero yes- H
tcrday. While the llttlo girl was holding mm
her baby sister in lior lap. hor clothing 1
caught lire and nho wns quickly envel
oped In flames. She placed thc baby In H
a safo place, hut was unablo to check: H
thc flames in tlmo to ttivo herself. Sho B
died two hours after receiving the burns.
RIDDING GUYAQUIL OF
YELLOW FEVER CURSE
By International .News Service. H
GUYAQUIL. Ecuador. Doc. 10. Using
tho methods that enabled him to clean up jl
thc Panama canal zone, Colonel W. G. H
Gorgus today began a campaign to rid jH
this city of yellow fovur. At present all JH
South American ports aro quarantined H
against Guyaqull and no Ecudorcan ships IH
arc to be allowed to enter the Panama B
canal until the city's sanitary conditions mmu
meet thc approval of tho United States H
Tho government has appropriated scv- jH
oral million dollars for thc work. H
BEAUTIFUL III WOil'S CHARM
NO NECESSITY FOR W HI
A Simple Remedy Beautifies
and Darkens the Hair.
What a pity it is to see so many pco
plo with thin, wispy hair, faded or
streaked "with gray, and realizo that
most of those people micht havo soft,
clossv, abundant hair of beautiful color
and luster if tboy would but uso tho
proper treatment. There is no necessity
for cray hair under 65 years of ago,
and thero is no excuso for anyouo,
vounjj or old, havinp thin, straggling
hair, either full of dandruff or neavy
and rank omelUajj with excessive oil.
OF HEINOUS CRIME H
FAIRBANKS. Alaska. Dec. 10. Charges
of a grave nature against soven soldiers J
of thc United States army garrisoned at H
Fort St. Michael arc contained In a spc-
clal from St, Michael to thc Fairbanks jH
News-Miner, received today. It is alleged H
that tho cold 1 era, in uniform, attacked an IH
Indian woman and her 13-ycar-oM jH
daughter near thc fort last Sunday night, jH
the girl escaping after a desperate strug- jH
ylc. Two of Lhc seven men havo beert H
Identified by their victims, the mcssago MMm
assorts, and adds that this is tho third.
offense of a similar nature of which th jH
soldiers havo been accused within tho iH
lust three months. H
You cau bring back tho natural color B
of your hair in a few days and xorovar HH
rid youreelf of auy dandruff and looao HH
hairs, and make your hair erow strong flH
and beautiful bv using Wyoth's Sago H
and Sqjphur ITuir Benicdy. Por gen- Wmmt
erations common garden Sago has boon HH
used for restoring and preserving tho HH
color of the hair: and Sulphur is. recog- mmm
nized by Scalp Specialists as being ox- H
cellont for treatment of hair and scalp HH
If vou are troubled itb dandruff or HH
itching scalp, or if your hair is losing HH
its color or coming out, get a fifty-cent H
bottlo of Wyotb's Sage and Sulphur H
from vour druggist, and uotico the im- BH
provemont in tho appearance of your Hl
hair after a few days' treatment, HH
Agents -Schramm' Johnson. Drug Hl