Clipped From The Ogden Standard-Examiner
11% 37% ... 54% .... 11 Vi 22 81 . 118 V4 30'/ 56 .... 53''Â« 60% Â· Â· MH :.. 32% ......... 46% 30% 121 28V1 proposed by'the revenue' and. taxation committee which would give members a $500 per year salary rather than the present $300 per biennium received at present. Deaths (API--Eggs: 54,- general whole 1 to .4, 45 mediums, 40-44 1 to 4, 45 Ibs. receipts, checks, to 4. 45 Ibs. and nearby. Ibs., mid- 38.3c. to 4, 45 Ibs. S41.3c; nearby, 40-44 Ibs., mid- Thomas Richards , Thomas Richards, 79, former' Ogden butcher, died 'Tuesday at Somerset, Colo., after a few days' illness of pneumonia. He-was born in England, March 28, 1865. When a young man, he came to the U. S. as' an L.- D. S. convert. He j married Matilda S, Batcman, Aug. 3, J1891.- She'died in-1931. I .Surviving, are the following sons and daughters: -John,' Thomas Jr., Elmer Richards, and Mrs. Martha Rassmusen, Somerset;' also one sister, 'Mrs. Annie Mathews, Perry, and 11 grandchildren, three of .whom are in the armed forces. Â·Services will be held at Somerset. Graveside, services will be held in Ogden city cemetery, Saturday at ten a. m. Montgomery Awaits Battle LOS ANGELES,. Feb. 8 (UP) -Bob Montgomery, N. B. A. version of the world's lightweight titlist, Larsen. He married Jensen, Nov. 3. S.. temple. He had term L. D. S. states, a short-term northern states, and a the southern of the Cleveland years. Survivors include sisters: Mrs. Mary Idaho: Mrs. Emma Idaho, and Mrs. Utah. The. body is at Preston.. Lois P. BURLEY. Ida.--Lois widow of James died at the home LcRoy Curtis, Salt at two a. m. She was born ville, Weber W. and Mary Jane Surviving are daughters: Mrs. Leonard Howell, state; Reese Howell, R.- E. Ballard, McKnight, Portland, Compton, Calif; Calif., and two Spackman and Mrs. Elzy also 17 grandchildren grandchildren. The body is at Twenty-fourth.