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Sparrow Lake News - aero-nauUca, ' and- sud-preeslng oao-eubulary...
aero-nauUca, ' and- sud-preeslng oao-eubulary Bl-fast TWO DROWN IN RAPIDS And Six Others had Narrow . Escape When Yacht -Upset... -Upset... ' Canadian Press Dewpatoh. Toronto. OnL, Aug. 17-Whll 17-Whll 17-Whll anooting a rspms in th. 8s vara River. , , ",0.w Bparrow laks, at 11 O ClAOlp. All st rH ri a tf Trw, Ae.it.. t f . j iV. T V. w V.. - . . . . .V -T. -T. . ... nsseiton .1. .rt'-Z .rt'-Z .rt'-Z Za i ' W" snd death Thl rlnM.rr.e.VC,,Je!i"tr6 M Uia7?l. A ??T - th. a..... wt.... . are th. n, .1..1111.. n. of thrilline hvVi. v.nturou. camper. duVrn. Th. sum - nier montha ' . " 1 The. who were reerned were the H.v, J. . Fttspattick, owner sf -rho -rho daughter. Mary; Percy': Mr. and Mrs Jones; J. j launcn, nis Jones, son of H. Robinson, Mlsa Oladya Robinson and Miss Olsdy. Plswe. . Mr. Jon, was a wall known stenographic stenographic rsportsr and stenographer for courts.. He wa. about M year. old. - Th. party startsd, out from Mas-'tar's Mas-'tar's Mas-'tar's camp, whers. the. war. spend- spend- their vacatjon with th. .Int.ntlon af idi.ellng tht'Vaplds In a small plsa-sura plsa-sura plsa-sura launch.. - (- (- Soon efiar sat.rlhg the rsplds ths Jansoh was csurht Is an sddy and sanslssa. Dh snur. party was thrawn Into the water and commenced straggling. straggling. Mr. snd Mrs. Jones wsr oaufht In tba swirl, snd ware drawn under before any of their companion, could render assistance. . Ray.. Mr. Fllapatrtck. who Is an experienced experienced yachtsman kepi his head Snd shouted to ths women not to rt xolted. lie worked strenuously and suocMdedT is. aaslstlng th remaining wsmea aad Percy Jon and J. H. Robinson to reach the upturned launch It, .men u, an clung, witn.in six hanging on to It tha upturned -launoh -launoh .was swept down th rapids into the calmer water below where people on ths shore soon Secured boats and rss-eud rss-eud rss-eud ihrri. Th bodies were recovered recovered ahortly afterwards. On his way up to Sparrow Lake, Mr. Jon, was In a railway wrack, but was unlnfurad-.H unlnfurad-.H unlnfurad-.H was quHa Jubllaol Brat hit 1 1 . t ' ! "

Clipped from The Ottawa Journal17 Aug 1912, SatPage 1

The Ottawa Journal (Ottawa, Ontario, Canada)17 Aug 1912, SatPage 1
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