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title: 'The Ogden standard-examiner. (Ogden, Utah) 1920-current, December 07, 1920, LAST EDITION, Page 8, Image 8',
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I TUESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 7, 1920. - THE QGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER 7
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I EARLY SETTLER
Mrs. Trezer Marriott Dies at
Home of Daughter; 80
j MRS. 1K1 ZJ It II UlRIOTT.
i lira, Treser Marriott, widow of John
...i iriott. and n resident of Weber
H count) tor more than half a century!
H died .it Hi. hum'' f her daughter,
H: .Mrs. i . ,. Creamer, 453 Thirteenth
H; street, shortl) after ) p. m. yeeterday.
She had been ill two weeks.
H Born In Sti ffordal lre( England m
l", IS40. she came to Utah in 1856 ;s
a convert to the L. P. S. church and on
Novenii" r 6 of the skriie she was
married io John Marriott. Hci par
j cents wore Joseph and Ann Golden
I I South wick.
With her husband .she was one Of
I the settlers of what is now Marriott.
! Of late years she has resided in Of-
HL den and was active In relief Bociety
E9 work In the Third waul.
m JSurViving are these sons nnd dnujch-
m ter: Edward Marriott. Mrs. I. vie
lender, Charles A. Marriott. Mrs. I
j A. Creamer of I igrden. and BrUVham
I Marriott ol Garland. Twentj grand -
J children and eight great grand) hlld
1 also survive. She also leaves a broth-
fl j er, Joseph Southwlck oi Liberty.
1 Funeral services will he held at 2
J o'clock Thursday In the Third ward
2 meeting house. Bishop M. H Rlch
j iirdson conducting The bod may be
viewed at the home. Wednesday afle r-
j noon and evening and Thursday until
I 1 o'clock Interment will be In the
aj 00 i
I Former Newspaperman
I Is Dangerously II!
Walter D. Bratz, former I 'gden
newspaper man, and for several years
sporting- editor on Salt Lake newspa-pc-rs.
is suffering from a cerebral
hemorrhage which has left him in a
H I niiconn- i,. i
t' 'y?8- 1,1 " ' Bprag ie of Salt Lake
8 his physician.
j ; The stricken man is at his home In
j Buckingham apartments in Salt lakc
j Hc 'eft he newspaper field to enter
f the automobile tire business thout a
1 year ago. He recently returned to
H" newspaper work n, Salt l...k.
Mrs. John A. I 'rake, of New York,
received five medals from ihe Hal
lan government in recognition of
her war relief work.
ennot hope ever to become strong hd'I
H we' again unless they have pleniv of
Rood. rich, red blood of the kind ihnt or
BSH ganlc Iron Nuxated Iron helps makv
LH .Nu:ated Iron Is Ilk.- the iron In jour blood
and like the Iron in spinach, lrt,tiS Hnd
apples. It is entirely different from nrdl
nar metallic Iron. It will not injure our
teeth nor upset the stomach. It qtd'eklv
J i e Italia
Hl wornout. exhausted nerves and gio you
HJj n"w strength and cnerg . Over 4 Oun -
Ml, 000 people annually are using it. At hII
Hi I drugcisis. Beware of substitutes. The
m genuine has X I stamped on every tab'
H j l't. AHvas Insist on having1 m genuine
Prisoner Says Young Woman
Heads Band Working
Along West Coast
SPOKANF.. Wash., Pec. 7. Detail
of operation of an alleged "rimr." of
automobile thieves, working In W ish
Ingrton, Oregon; Idaho and California,
have l.i en xtv"o police officers ol this
,it hv a member of the 'ring." li
was declared Monday i Detective
Thomas F. Mitc hell of the local police
.Ie n i t ment.
Information oi the existence of the
I organisation, Detects Mitchell said,
was revealed bv Prank Alien, alias
Karl DaWSOd, arrested a week ago at
Qoidchdllej VVaahlnitOn, on a charge
of passlnc worthless checks and de
clared to have been in possession of
a Inrgn automobile stolen here.
"The ring." Allen was declared to
have told th'1 officer, is headed by a
young woman known as Miss Marie
Allen and its headiiuartcrs were said
t.. be at 0 point south from San Fran
cisco, where cars ars repainted and
altered and offered Tor sale. He told
thr officer, the Utter said, of several
ithefis of automobiles nnd said no
member of the band was acquainted
with any other except tho 'Chief''
' . on
Kiwanis Club to
Meet Here Tomorrow
Preliminary steps for the oryenlsa
Itlon of a Kiwanis i luh for Ogden will
be taken at the Weber club tomorrow,
according to W. )l Reeder, Jr., who
was named temporary chairman Of the
'Kif n organisation at a meeting held
at the Weber club last Friday.
Representative business nnd profes
sional men of I 'gden and Salt like
will be In attendance at the meeting
tomorrow W. II. Kecdcr, Jr.. was
I ngmcd temporary president at the
I meeting last week with Dr. W. R.
I Pains as secretary and treasurer. The
'acting board of governors consisting
of ten members was named as follows:
J Ray Want. John Culley, R. E. Qery,
B B. Piers. II. W. Beckett, Jr.. J. P
iCorry, Dr. A. l Barber, George 'ros
l.y. B. Morse and B. T Spencer.
Herbert Van Pain, state organizer.
will be one of the principal speakers
I at the meeting tomorrow. The pur
pose Of the club is to further civic
More than ten members of the Ball
Lake Kiwanis club are expected to he
present ni the meeting tomorrow, ac
cording to President Reeder.
High Gridders to Be
ThirtyfiVs members of the Ogden
High school football team during the
j past season will be banqueted at the
High school at 6 o'clock this evening
l by the girls of the domestic science
'department. The banquet will m
charge of Miss Gerta Woodruff of the
Principal A. M. Merrill of the High
school, will lie the toa.stmiLster Ad
idressrs will be made by Supt. W. Karl
Honklns. Coach Carl Peterson, Dr.
Reinhold Kansler, ''aptaln Allison
Skcen, A Warden and members of the
The gridiron season for the past
year will e discussed l Coach Peter
son while the prospects for 1021 will
'also be outlined.
I Following the banquet a captain
for the lf'.'l team w III be named. Tom ,
Qbxey, Floyd Thomas and Lorenso I
I'oim arc the men mentioned for thei
fin . . .
Prize Holsteins Pass
j Test Requirements
Passing test requirements with ease,
three cows of the prize herd of Hol
. stein stock at the state school for the
required In that time Le produce from
1 trance in th' advanced registry of the
I HoIatein-FTIeslsn association, accord
ing to K W. Robson. county club
i agent, who was one of the supervisors
of the test.
The cows, which were subjected
to an official seven-days' test, were)
require tn that tinn- to produce from,
eleven to twelve pounds of butter-fat
the exact weirht depending upon the-,
age of the ows. a required poundage
of milk was also required in the week's'
production The cows, during the pe-;
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riod f ihp test, were milked three
I times a day.
I,ad l)er.- 'Invcrdale, ye.irs old.
j predueed 1(1.2 pounda ol milk and
j LV.9S7 pounds of biitter-fat.
Waldorf Pletertjs Pont lac, 4 years
I old, produci d S5.J pounds of milk
j ilurlnR the week period and IS. 269
! pounds of butter-fat
Iad' Jioma Pontlac produced 882.2
pound r milk and 1-1.671 jiounds ,.f
(.Jllbert Thatcher has had charge of
the cows prior to the time of tin .. i
Mr Robinson said that at 5 years
of age, cows goncrallv yielded great
er ponndngp ..r milk and buttcr-fai
ihan during .-trller periods In their
The COWS upon which ihp tcsis were
' made, were dry less than a month
during the yiar, n is reported while
I the majority of cows are fir; tor a
i period of two months during each
S. P. Expects New
Engines by January
The Southern Pacific railroad ha
'accomplished some c. clleni results in
its operation during recent monthe,
according to W ; Wilson traveling
:' i. with headquarters In i-,r.n
The nork thus f i accomplished indi
cates that the Southern Pacific IB re-
igainlng its pre-wmt efficiency .Mr w n
New locomotives recentlj ordered
from the Baldwin locomotive world
will be delivered January 1 anri will
b placed In operation oer the South
ern racifie lines upon deliver;
Evidence of good work don.- ly Na
tion agents with the helpful co-operation
of shippers, is no-n in tbs freight
Alternate applications hot and
cold cloths then apply
V a ro Rub
1 Opti 1 7 Million Jan UieJ Yearly
unloading report for September, ac
COfding to Mr. Wilson j
The report shows that "ft. 30H cars ,
were loaded with an average of I'til
tons per car This Is an increase ofl
I . tons over September, 1919, and
the hest mark accomplished this year,
having the effect of Increasing the
available car supply by several hundred.
County Communities j
to Have Hoop Games
lietinltc steps towards organization
of a Knrni Hureau basket ball league.
10 play In various towns of the county
during th.- present basket ball season,
ware taken Saturday nlcht at a mid
log held in the Wgber County Farm
! Representatives of the towns of the'
'county that intend sunpportlng teams
wero present at the meeting
It was .leclded that the county
would bo divided Into two sections one'
ectlon io be designated A league.
I the drher to be designated us h league
I Because of the si7,e ol I league, It Is
subdivided into a north ami south sec
j 111 A league--Hoopei , Clinton, j
I Huntsvllle, North Ogden nnd Plain
i 'it ) w ill enter teams. .
In B league, which embraces tint
portion of the county north Of Ogden
River the i ntrants vvin be Farr Wi il
I nl View Norl h Ogden I tarris-
ville .nnd Man lull In the subdivision I
of this league, teams will bo entered j
from West Weber, Taylor, Hooper and !
Clinton a meeting will i.e held Satur
day nik'ht at the Farm Bureau offices
for the purposs of perfecting s lied
Uis tor the season.
Indications arc that the season will
end about Mnrch 1, with games be-j
twees the divisions for championship'
One of the hardest thlpgfl In this 3
world for a woman to understand is I
what her husband does w j 1 1 1 hisjl
money after he quits smoking.
Eight out of every ten women have
acquired ugly feet, sav experts, hv
wearing badly Shaped BhQejB.
Se ille Is the only Spanish city in
which begging Is forbidden in ih
The death rate for adults is at its
lowest in June, under normal condt HH
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All other seven-passenger touring cars. 85.00 65.00 50 00
Ford touring roadster or truck 26.00 20.00 15 00
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