Governor Blood's Brother Killed OGDEN, Utah, March 4 <im George H. Blood, 58, prominent financier and brother of Governor Henry H. Blood, was killed when his automobile swerved from the highway and overturned in an irrigation irrigation ditch eight miles north of here last night. Blood was secretary-treasurer of the Royalty Securities company of Salt Lake City. Authorities believed he fel asleep while driving. He wag killed instantly. A passing farmer. Parley 'Shaw, found the automobile overturned in two feet of water and Blood's body inside. O. J. Stillwell, 84, one of the founders of the Ogden chamber of commerce and a former banker, died last night of injuries received received when he was struck by an automobile Saturday night.