Clipped From The Ottawa Journal
Triple Funeral Of Val Des Bois Farmers Is Held Requiem Mass is Said in . the Parish Church Many Mourners -Are Present. BUCKINGHAM. Nov. I (Special) Grief of resident of th entire Uevre Valley over th death of three prominent farmer who war drowned early on Sunday morning waa tloquantly expressed si a triple funeral of the victims held thi morning from their homes to the parish church of Val det Bolt, 30 mile .north of bar, and thence to th parish cemetery. The thro men. Mathieu Faubert Mayor ot Val dea Bolt; Adelard M or in, .and Hormidas Gauthier. were plunged to their deaths when the automobile In which they were riding crsshed through the guardrail ot Stravy- Creek Bridge a short distance south of Val des Boi at an early hour on Sunday morning,' Haadraaa at Faaersl. Clergy " of neighboring perishes, mayors and councillors of several adjoining municipalities, and leader ot the farming, induatrial and aublie life of the district loined with dozen of relative and close personal friend in th long cortege which filed from the houses ot the victims to the parish church. The drowning victim were near neighbor, living on adjacent farm an the Suckingnam-Val do Bout road, and were all related. In the presence ot a. congress. ilea which tilled the parish church to over now log. Rev. L. Whitmore received tha bodies at the church door, and celebrated solemn requiem high mass. Impressive music was provided by tha parish choir. Many M earner fret apt Relative from th district and outside point filled many automobile a th cortege moved off from the bereaved homes. Chief mourner and urvlvor of th Faubert family Included four daughters, Mrs, A. Larocqu, Vel des Bolt; th Mlassa Alice and Marie-Ante, at home, and Rev. Sister Eglantine, of tha Grey Nun ot th Croat Novitiate, Ottawa: three eons, Sylvio, Eudora and Gaston, at borne; two brothers, Joseph, of High Fall, and Michel, ot Poupora; and three enters, Mrs, P. Thorn and Mr. F. Cturron. ot High Fall, and Mrs. A. Greater of Pontmain. Chief mourners and survivors of Mr. Morin't family were hia widow, formerly Ml Carnalie Thorn: nln daughters. Mr. O. Ricard, of Montreal; Mrs. O. Thibsult ot Saskatchewan: Mrs. G. Dubois, ot St Pierre de Wakefield: Mrs. T. Dubois, of High Falls; Mrs. P. Woodstock, of Foltimor; and tha Misses Mane-Luce, Blanche, Lilian, and Georgette, at home; four son, Donat of Montreal; Jules and Lao, of Rouyn, Qua.; and Fidel,'' of Val de Bote; two brothers. Lorenzo and Joseph. Val de Boi; hi mother. Mr. Charlea Mortn: and two sitters. Rev. Sister 'Marie- Blanch, of the Bursary Dt vial on, Ottawa General Hospital: and Mrs. Aleide Charbonneau, ot Notre-Dame du Laua. ' Members of the Immediate family . of Hormidas Gaulhier In the cortege included his widow, formerly Msl- vine Charbonneau; seven daughters, Mrs, Lv-batUen and Mrs. T. Baa. Urn. both of Poltuaorat Mr. D. Majeau of Timmins, Mr. C. Lm-oureux ot High Fall, and tha Misses Jeanne, Lauretta and Dol ores Gauthier at home: and eight brothers, Vanaas at Olen Almond. Antoine, Omar. Ernest and Alma Gauthier of Buckingham, Joseph of Saskatchewan, Olaaa of Glen Almond and Alcide of Timmins.. Rev. Father Whitmore officiated at the graveside aervie in Val de Boia parish cemetery.