Clipped From The Ogden Standard-Examiner
Clark J. A. Wheeler, negro, 5, of 1035 Twenty-second street, -was booked at the Ogden police station Monday evening charged with driving an automobile automobile while under the influence of liquor. His. bail was fixed at $200 which he furnisned. Wheeler was induced to appear at the station by Edgar A. Stevenson, 1051 Twenty-sixth street and Carl Guerther, 1184 Capital avenue. Wheeler's car crashed into bicycle on which Vance Chamberlin, 17, of IT,"!.,*!"' Twpnl-.v-nint-.h street and Porter av- muvutti ^ THE OGBEN STAMBABD - EXAMINEE MRS, MATILDA B, ON BAILRICHARDS DIE Boy Bicyclist Injured And Parked Machine Is Struck Twenty-ninth street and Porter av enue, was riding. The boy suffered lacerations on the right knee and hip. The Wheeler car also crashed into an automobile belonging to F. P. McFarland parked at the curb at 868 Twenty-fifth -street. ' The bicycle bicycle collision occurred at Twenty- sixth street and Jackson. The young man was taken to the hospital lor minor treatment and then to his home. Stevenson and Guerther saw the collision with the' bicycle and followed followed Wheeler to the point where he drove- his car into the 'McFarland machine and induced him to go to the police station with them. The case has been set for arraignment Wednesday morning in. city court. During the afternoon Clyde Briggs 17, 2038 Ogden avenue, riding a bicycle bicycle was struck by a truck said to belong to Ferris Whiteside of Layton Services To Be Held In Nineteenth Ward Thursday Matilda Bateman Richards, wife ,of Thomas Richards of Somerset, Colo., died Monday to an Qgden hospital. Mrs. Richards was born In Hertsfordshire, England, December 27, 1874, a daughter of Henry and' Martha Braekley Bateman. She came to Utah in 1882 with her parents. She lived in Ogaen until she was- married in 1891 when she moved to Rock Springs, Wyo. She later Utah, and then to Somerset, Colo., in 1928. Surviving are four sons and daughters, John Richards, Myton; Mrs. Lee Rasmussen, Price; Thomas and Elmer Richards, of Somerset; five grandchildren and four brothers and sisters, Mrs. H. C. Smith, J. A. Browning, George and Henry Bateman, Ogden. Funeral services will be held on Thursday at 2 p. m. in the Nineteenth Nineteenth ward chapel, with Bishop James E. Burton presiding. Interment Interment will, be made in the Ogden cemetery, under the direction of Lindquist and Sons. The body may DC viewed at the residence of her sister, Mrs. J. H. Browning, 203 West Twenty-ninth street, Wednesday afternoon and evening and Thursday until time services.