Death of Guy Cooley, Carlisle Ex-student.

   In the Daily Silver Belt of November 29, published at Globe, Ariz., is the following notice of Guy Gooley's death:
   "Guy Cooley, an Indian in the service of the Indian Department, age 24, an ex-student of Carlisle Indian School, died yesterday at Rice, Ariz., of tuberculosis. His remains have been brought to this city of burial.
   "Cooley was one of the most highly educated Indians in the Service. He was connected with the department at Washington up to the time he was 21 yars of age, when he contracted tuberculosis adn was transferred from the Capital to Rice in 1909, where he has reamined ever since.
   "Cooley was born in Montana and was half Arapahoe and half Gros-Ventre.
   "Dr. J. S. Perkins, head of the schools at Rice, accompanied the remains to this city."
   Guy was graduated from Carlisle in 1909, and was one of the brightest students in the class, as well as one of the best beloved, owing to his sunny disposition and clean habits; also for his gentlemanly manners, of which the whole school were justly proud. A large circle of friends, here and elsewhere, are mourning over his untimely death.
   "Whom the gods love die young."

January 17, 1913 ARROW