MRS. T. ELLERY LORD, HULL PIONEER, DEAD Deceased Lady Widely Known Through Works of Charity. Mrs. T. Ellery Lord, one of th I most widely known women of Ottawa Ottawa and Hull, died at 2.30 this morning morning at her late residence. AJmer Road, following a brief Illness. The deceased lady was Vldely known In the two cities because of her outstanding outstanding works on behalf of indi vidual in need and charitable and other institutions. I A direct descendant of Philomen Wright, Mrs. T. Ellery Lord hadj been a life-long life-long life-long resident of the! district. Iler parents were Judge John Scott and Mrs. Scott, both of whom were pioneers of Hull. The late Mrs. Lord was in her seventy that year, her hiiHbnnd having having predeceased her about 35 years. She was a devuu-d devuu-d devuu-d member of tit. James Anglican Church, where she had spent time and money in assisting assisting to buiid up the congregation and to help thone members in nted. But her phllanthropical endeavors were not directed only to giving assistance assistance in Bt. James pariah. She was a member of so many sod tie and organizations that her aurv.v-ors aurv.v-ors aurv.v-ors are not able to enumerate them The deceased lady was high'y re-spec re-spec re-spec ted in social l.fe. in whiuh she was a leader. Mrs. Lord was an untiring war worker. Hhe was a founder of the 1'hllemon Wright Chapter, J.O.D.K., and had planned to hold a bridge and tea at her home next Wednesday Wednesday In the interests of the urbanization. urbanization. This was cancelled only a couple of days ago oiling to her IU-nefts. IU-nefts. IU-nefts. Her nearest urvivor is her sister-in-law, sister-in-law, sister-in-law, sister-in-law, sister-in-law, Mrs. Frank Scott, and the tatter's daughter, Mrs. Kraser Had-ley. Had-ley. Had-ley. The funeral will he held Monday Monday afternoon to St. James cemetery, cemetery, Hull.