London Feb. 20th 1911.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saint. LONDON CONFERENCE.
Mr. David Eccles,
Ogden Utah, Dear Brother Eccles:-
While writing you concerning; business matters I thought it might not be amiss to tell you of the good work being done by your son Joseph in this conference. I am proud of the record which he is making and the faithfulness and integrity which he exhibits, is enough to make any parent proud of a son. He is industrious, humble, and in every way fitted for the acomplishment of a most excellent work. Wherever he goes he carries a good influence, and everyone loves Elder Eccles. He is manifestly adapted to reach the better classes of people and I have him in the ""west end"" which as you know probably, is the aristocratic part of the city. Yesterday we held district conference at this place and a quartette was rendered by E. F. Tout, E. L. McMurrin, Ralph Fugh, and Joseph Eccles. This was one of the most creditable renditions I have ever heard in the mission field. You have no cause for anxiety with respect to Joseph, as I find him capable of taking care of himself in any circumstances whatsoever.
with kindest personal regards I am yours faithfully,
W. P. Monson
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