Present at funeral of Mrs R Conlin was D Cadieux

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Present at funeral of Mrs R Conlin was D Cadieux - Ivlg-tut. Laeu-l.n.nt In-Ignla REORET PASSING...
Ivlg-tut. Laeu-l.n.nt In-Ignla REORET PASSING OF MRS. R. C0NLIN The deep and sincere regtt felt, at h death of Mrs. Marion 1-or-etta Mclntyra Conlln. wife of It V. Coniin and eldest dsughter of Mr. and Mr. W. H. Mclntyre, 33 Bes-aerer afreet, who died on Friday, was fittingly evidenced at the fun-ei tl w hich waa held at 7 ,i& o clock lhu morning from the forementlon-ed addreag to St. Joseph's Itoman Ca'hohc Church. Interment waa ma.te in Notre Dame cemetery Mrs. Conlln, who was the granddaughter of Mr Hugh Williams and Ihe late Cijii un Hugh Williams, waa only In her 25th year and had ben i:i for som time. The funeral aervlce at th church waa largely attended. th high requiem ma as being chanted by Kv. Father K. D. Finnlgan. The church quartette, consist ing of Messrs. A. Champagne. J . Powell. J. C. Vincent, and Archambault, rendered part of the eervloe very beautifully. Mrs. K. Taas presided at the organ. The chief mourner wer her husband. Mr. R Victor Coniin; her father. Mr. W. H. Mrlr'vre: and two brothers. Mr. Courtensv Mclntyre. of Columbia, South Carolina, and Mr. Donald Mclntyre. at home. Mr. Conlln was one of the most popular members of Ottawa younger awt ana nae a sweet tits-position that endeared her to everyone with whom ehe cam in contact. Born In Ottawa J years ago, she had spent practically all her Ufa In tha city, and was educated at tha Sacred Heart Convent, (the was a member of St. Joseph's Roman Catholic Church, where eh waa a regular attendant ao Ull hm time of her illness, and where she had a wide circle of parochial friends. She will be remembered by many as an elocutionist of high ability. Besides the foremen tloned rela tive ah leaves to mourn her loss, two daughters, Virginia and Jean Coniin: her mother. Mrs. w. H. M In tyre; her grandmother, Mrs. Hgh MeCullough. and a sister, Mrs Maurice Caron. Ottawa. Many beautiful floret offerings were received from the family and friend testifying to th deep regret feft upon the passing of a bright and promising member of the community. Among the many who were present at the funeral were Mr. T. Ahearn, E. O. Douglas. H. Proseer, W. J. Kealey. A. J. Bowden. E. Dowe. A. Calcutt. T. Macaulay, H. Kehoe, 1Y D. Bryc. W. Whelao, R. Baxter. F. S. Peatti. D. Cadieux. O. Greenfield, R. Qualn, J. M. Ahearn IM ARE PLACED. There remained thla morning 258 on the Ibrt of local registered unemployed. Last week the Ontario Rmproyment Bureau. Queen atreet. found piece for 138, of whom 1 went to farms. 2 to th hush, 11 on conetructlon. 30 on railways, throe to hotel and reataurants, the remainder taking miscellaneous Job. OATJOHT A WILD CAT. SOUTHAMPTON, Ont . Aug. li Gordon Keopke. a resident of Southampton, Mt a trap on hia premloe m Grey atreet Saturday night with a view to catching a mink eu apart ed of making nightly i aid on hia chicken. Yesterday morning: be waa surprised to dis-oorer a large wild eat caught Cast la tho trav It

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  1. The Ottawa Journal,
  2. 25 Aug 1924, Mon,
  3. Page 2

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