Three Dolan children drown
THE OTTAWA JOimNAIi Wash Easy . Cow " PETERBOROUGH,-Aug. PETERBOROUGH,-Aug. 1. Washing an elephant on the roonumen- roonumen- undertaken 24-year-old 24-year-old Stuart Munro.x He in the Otonabee saved a cow from, majority of instances were sustained.' Maclean narrowly in the Parliament fire on February 3, 1916. The Journal of that ' ;-'.- ;-'.- ;-'.- ;-'.- -were not more than two in th. Chamber. of Halifax was proceedings for the' (Liberal) ; -; -; : day, Mr. Justice stated in an interview: ordinary Are. It stems belief . that an ordinary have, gained such ' a impetus in less than five it had its origin in the , ; ;' " must: have been some-' some-' some-' than mere wood and start such "a terrible such extraordinary ' ( Justice Maclean nearly life when making his of the burning build- build- , Journal, describing ' daring the fire, in the blazing bul Maclean and Hon. J.D, themselves together, tried to make their way door used by the sergeant-at-arms. sergeant-at-arms. Driven back by smoke, they groped their the main entrance. hands over their faces. through the flames to entrance, cettine throush of fire just in time to lives." at thaf time was that Buildings fire had set oy uerman :, .;; Graduate. descent, Mr. Justice born in Upper North N.S, in October, 1869. son of the late Murdock M. Maclean and j received primary education in and' in Cape Breton He attended Dalhousle Halifax, . graduating degree of Bachelor of 1892. to the former of Lunenburg, took 1902. - , being called, to the Bar, for a number of Lunenburg and : later Halifax, where ha estah. firm of Maclean. and Ralston in 1811. candidate for the House in the Liberal inter? Lunenburg County in the election ot 1900 and was In 1901 he was elected Scotia . Legislature County.: - He resigned, seat to , contest the election in 1904. He , and remained as - for Lunenburg following year he resign the portfolio of Attor of Nova Scotia in the of Hon. George H. He was re-elected re-elected re-elected to the legislature in the Fall year and again in 1911. his seat and portfolio contest Halifax County ox commons at the election and was elected. was re-elected re-elected re-elected to the as a Unionist, and in the was sworn to the Privy appointed a member Government without . x Finance Minister was acting Min Finance . in the absence White and delivered speech at the first sit 13th Parliament in 1918. chairman ot the Privy sub-committee sub-committee sub-committee on re and development in tit resigned that post from the Cabinet In - ' general election of 1921 re-elected to the House of in the Liberal interests. his ot the Exchequer Court in 1923 be resigned his up permanent residence though be was a well in ihe Capital for prior to that time. Maclean worshipped at Presbyterian Church. active member of the Club for years and was a of the club. He to the Rideau Club. are his widow; two Mrs. Gordon Maclaren, Captain Gordon Maclaren Anti-Aircraft Anti-Aircraft Anti-Aircraft Regiment, Jean Maclean, all of Ot Miss Margaret Mac Newton, Mass, and a bro Maclean, living in Canada. . will' take place on afternoon with service at residence, 17 Marlborough - Interment will be in cemetery. . - Tribal War ' Fishing Mont, Aug. I. (ff) Finley, "10l,"an Indian : battles " between against - the whites, Turtle Lake where he His body was found His widow, Louise,, is be 112 years old and of the Sellsh Indians. WHARF CONTRACT. JOHN, N. B July 81. for. constructing a $300,-000 $300,-000 repairing wharf here has by the Federal Department ot Public Works to Ashley Ltd, Frederlcton, it tonight, xx Deep Sympathy Shown For Dolan Family Thousand Peoplfc . Attend Service At Woodlawn In the little church Cemetery 6t St Thomas the AposUe at Wood- Wood- lawn, Ont, on Friday .afternoon, were "buried three grey - caskets containing the bodies Of three drowning victims, children of Mr. i and Mrs. Allah Dolan, of Dun-robin. Dun-robin. Dun-robin. ' '. ? - A thousand people -from -from many parts of Carieton County stood in the rain many ot them . bare headed, as the caskets were com nutted prayers to their last Irestinfplace. las Dolan, 22, and his two Ruth Dolan, 24, and -Elsie -Elsie 14, were drowned in the river at Sweeney's Cay, miles northeast of Dunrobln, Tuesday evening, the two eld- eld- st ones sacrificing their lives in a vain attempt to save the youngest youngest when she slipped off a ledge into deep water. , Archdeacon Johnston's Tribute. As Venerable Archdeacon . A. Johnston, of Ottawa, described it during the service in the little church: ; 1 "Death .with all its suddenness has swooped down on our. community community and with a triple blow struck desolation into a highly respected respected home of this district Our hearts go out to those who have been so sadly bereaved." ; The church was filled so that it could not hold another person and still several hundred were outside on the lawns. They joined those inside in singing "Safe in the Arms of Jesus". Downstairs in the church basement near the furnace another group assembled where a loudspeaker had been set up to bring to them the words of Rev. Gordon Carriere, of St Paul's Church, Dunrobln, ' and , Archdeacon Archdeacon Johnston. " '. It was a signal tribute to the respect in which the Dolan fam ily were held in this , part of the Ottawa valley and indicated tne sorrow experienced by young and old in the accident which resulted in the loss of three young lives. Prior to the church service, a brief ceremony was conducted at the Dolan home by Archdeacon Johnston.. There neighbors and friends assembled by hundreds to extend their sympathy to the re maining members of - the Dolan family in their bereavement For fully half an hour a solid line of people passed through the house, past, the three caskets, lying in the parior. ; - - Students Carry Flowers.1 After the service 20 young men and women,- women,- fellow students. Tela tives and companions of the vic tims, carried out the flowers to the three separate hearses. Then they lined up to form a guard of honor through which the caskets were borne , by 18 young men of the community who acted as pallbearers. pallbearers. When the cortege proceeded to the church; more than 300 motor cars formed a solid line for nearly the entire distance ot four miles Three Ontario Provincial Traffic Constables were - necessary ' to handle the traffic Both at the house and the church, the bun dreds of cars bad to be parked in pastures to keep the road clear. . Deeply shaken by their loss, the parents, and the four' remaining sisters of the family, Eunice Dolan, (RegJt.) of Montreal; Doreen, of Ottawa, and Evelyn' and Arlene, of Dunrobln, heard the consoling words of Archdeacon Johnston that the ' three children had "reached the goal for which we are all striving, only a little-more little-more little-more Quickly". , : Representative Gathering. Among those noticed were 1 spector A. Goodman andeight other members ofthe Central Registry of toeCMJP. in Ottawa Ottawa whereRuth Dolan had been ei ed; Reeve John Story, of .ttminhnmt -sfMarch -sfMarch township; Reeve William Robert Green, of Twin Elm, for mer reeve of Nepean; A. H. Acres, MXA. forxCarleton County; George H. Dunbar. MXA. for Ot tawa West; A. ITubman, Wil liam Cox,, of Huntley Council; Godfrey Armitage, 'former reeve ot March; Thomas Dolan, reeve ot Jorboltori; Walter Monk and Ardie Armstrong, past; ' president of the Conservative Association ot Carle-ton Carle-ton Carle-ton County; Miss Alice Davies and Miss Dorothy Armstrong, of the R.CMJ?. headquarters. Nelson Dolan,. Everett Dolan, Nelson Dolan, Donald Dolan, Hubert WiJson and Gerald Wilson were pallbearers for Elsie's casket William. Healey, Allan vHealey. Herbert Healey, Lawrence Emer son, Russell Fulford and Leonard Hemphill were pallbearers for Ruth, andTed Rowe, Irving Younghusband, Kingsley Kennedy, Ivan Davis, John Wilson and Oscar HilL for Douglas. Flower bearers for Elsie were Elsie Azulay, Marion Davis, Audrey Audrey Kennedy, Marlon Dolan, Doris Boucher, Betty Kennedy, Helen Wilson and Phyllis I Armitage: for Ruth, Inez Davis, Grace Kennedy. Lois Kennedy, . Irene Dolan, Joy Azulay 'and Ruth Kennedy; for Douglas, Roy Azulay, Harvey Boucher. Milton Bducher. James Teevens, Robert Basfcin and James zapped ' . . x; ' Beautiful Flowers, Among the many beautiful floral offerings were those: from friends of the Index Section, R.CMJ.: Carp Continuation School Teach ers; Carp - Continuation School pupils; Nursing staff' of Alexandra Hospital; Dunrobln Young People's Club; L.O.U 786; Women's Aux .lliary of St Mary and St Paul's 4'! - r , t FRANK FILAN. sociated Press attached to the Los who parachuted Vietoriaville. Calif., Involving twd Army pilot and another were, killed. ChUrch; St Paul's MJP. ' Headquarters' Athletic Club; Constables George Chisholm and J. M. the Ontario Provincial directed the traffic - : EMXLE A resident ot past 34 years, Emile today at a local lengthy illness. He ot age. :,v- :,v- ''-- ''-- ''-- Born in Belgium, Canada and took Ottawa in 1908. stationary: engineer by many years was in' ViBaHriff Tilnnt nt the eral HospitaL He Mr. Steyvers was sdum, but his Ealodie Reynart, in 1903 before he Surviving are two of Ottawa, and Belgium, and one . Wisking, Ottawa, The funeral will day from the Funeral Residence, street with service Murcn. xne nme announced later. at Notre Dame 'fe i i WCv - t Your fur wardrobefor the finest investment careful purpose useful give you thrifty to tax. .