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MI UNCO. DRYIH in FUTOt CAU TODAY 2J2JS2I KOROMKAl (S5Fro Ss32'imu " f" - Vi f v - - - t : - v ii T if" JUDGED BEST DOG ' -.Stoney Sugar Candy of Mahnraf, this West Highland terrier wmd by Fred Friser. of Conroy Road. RR a, Ottawa, was Judged beat dog hi tha Central Canada Exhibition dog show. Saturday. (Jwnul rkota trf DomtWoa Witf.) TOPS 307 ENTRIES Ottawa Dog Judged Best in Show at 'Ex' The come Hi all aorta, shapes and lizea. . . . And hidged beat el them all . . at tha Exhibition dog show ; Saturday night wei Highland : West Temer. ' Stoney Sugar Candy of Mahn-l -' raf. owned by Fred W. Fraser, . of Conroy Road, RR t, OtUwa. : won tha das of 37 entries. Mr. Fraser la an employee of ' the Department of National Revenue. With ao unusually high num . bar of entries from all over the - United States and Canada pro- - viding Miff competition, st to i tha Judges mora than three- - and-a-half hours to decide win- .1 . A boxer, Fireside Chat of ; . Bloaaomlea. was Judged the beat : Canadian-bred dog Hi tha show. The seven . year .old boxer It ; - owned .by Jean Grant, of Rick- mood Hill. ' , ; i , Misa Grant's boxer was, also chosen ' best of the work I n g ; dog class. Mr. Fraser'a terrier copped first prize in the terrier ;..claee. .; Best Canadian puppy in tha b show waa an American Cocker Spaniel. Keljeageri Master- . piece, owned by Mr. and Mrs. vi e. Palmer, of Oak Ridge. Ont. Highest score on obedience v. trials was claimed by Mr. and C Mra. Ferens, of Pierrefonds, , Que., with their German Shep- nera. Jaiynchenew'a Kalla: ;; OTHER WINNERS Sporting Dogs; Kobbytown'a Krwe of Dankrtst, an Amerl can Cocker Spaniel, owned by Weekend Accidents Kill 58 ' By The Caaadlaa Press r' . At least g persons died ' accidents across Canada during .'. the weekend, 23 of them la Que- , oec. ;V A survey by The Canadian " Press from p.m. Friday to '' midnight Sunday, local times. ;. show that 4$ persona died in traffic accidents. It were .' , drowned and three died in other kinds of mishaps. ; - Quebec had II highway fatal ; Itlea, one accidental shooting ' and a youth crushed by a trac--; tar. In Ontario I wart killed ; la traffic mishaps and were drowned. ' " New Brunswick had five road r- rlexhs and one drowning, while v British Columbia had two In .' traffic deaths, one drowning and one man struck y a train, .:- Alberta and Saskatchewan : had three traffic deaths each ." Manitoba's fatality occurred in traffic accident and Nova Scotia's was- a drowning, OS ' 5 s -" iTrT 1 r ..aOi Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Mountey, of StlttsvUle. Hounds: Khorl El Myla. an Afghan Hound, owned by Robert Lane, St Martha -sur-le-lac, Que. Toys: Soutbacha of Sassafras, a Toy Poodle, owned by Daphne Zeller. Fairbope, Alabama. Non-Sporting: Anacyn'a Black Knight, a Miniature Poodle, owned by A. E. Barlow, Canton, NY. CONFEDERATION ' Document Shows Union Planned Before PEI Meeting By JAMES NELSON QUEBEC (CP) A century- old document Indicating the plan for Confederation was largely conceived here before i fathers ' of Confederation held their first conference ia Charlottetowa hat been made public by the federal centennial commission. The document is A cabinet minute of the pre-Confederatioa United Province of Lower and Upper Canada instructing John A Macdonald and the other father from Quebec and On tario to go to she Chariottetown conference. ' It Is dated Aug. . 1N4. Cen tennial planners say the document has been among the pre- Con federation state papers of Canada ta .the public archives but so far as they caa learn has never been published. Photocopies of the hand-writ ten cabinet record era to be presented to the mayors - of Chariottetown, Halifax, Saint J o h n, Frederlcton and St John s, Nfld., as well as to Mayor Wilfrid Hamel of Quebec, 1 marking she- centennial VACANT HOUSE Landmark Burned In Ottawa East A spectacular tire shot flames high in the midnight sky Sun day burning an old vacant home at 7t Main Street. The stately old home, report ed to have been built well before the turn of the. century. was heavily damaged. An Investigation to determine cause of, the lire startea ,tnis morning, but on the c e h e Sunday night Deputy Fire Chief Alee McFadden said Indications Were that tha fire started on thb gajund level at the rear of ' The Ottawa Jouknal MONDAY, AUGUST 31, Horrified Mother, Sisters Watch . . . Girl Falls Off Boom, Drown Behind Hill A lS-yer-old girl drowned in the Ottawa River, behind the Parliament Buildings, Sun day afternoon while her h o r r I lied mother and two sisters watched from the bank of the river. Elizabeth Newell, of Suite II. in Metcalfe Street, a non-swim-mer, slipped from the grasp of two companions and drowned ai HUNDREDS WATCH HUGE BLAZE Three Families Flee as Fire Hits Hull Apartments, Firms Three apartments, a beauty salon, a bakery and a pool room were severely damaged by fire and water in a spectacular Sunday afternoon blase at HI Eddy Street. Hull. , Three families, totalling 14 people, were left homeless as flames licked through the building. Nobody was .injured. Owner of the three storey baildiPg, Royal Belanger. told The Jevraal he estimated daasage el ale premises to be abeat SIMM, net kscsadiag hamiskhsgs aad eeataata. The three families fled the building in meager attire, leaving behind their clothes, furniture and personal belongings. HOMELESS Left homeless were: Mr. and Mrs.. Steve Graham and their five children. Gale, eight; Peter, six: Michael, four; Lynn, three: and Louise, two. Mr. and Mrs. John Torres and their two-year-old daughter, Glorinda, Mrs. Georgette Savard and her three children. Marcel, IS, Louise, II, and Jocelyn. It, who were away from their home at the time of the outbreak. Also damaged In the blaze were the Michellne Salon, a C a n a da Bread Company PAPER voyage Bf the fathers of Confederation aboard the SS Queen Victoria from Quebec City, NOTES EXCHANGE Couched in the . formal language of the executive council of the Canada under the eld act of uatoa. the document' notes that despatches had been exchanged between Governor-General Monk of Canada and the lieutenant-governors of New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island "oa the subject of the conference pro posed to be held at Charlotte towa with reference to the future union of these provinces with Canada." ' The document says the Canadian cabinet "entirely concur with the opinion expressed by the lieutenant-governors that the proposed meeting (at Char iottetown) must necessarily be of art- Informal character." ' "But they (the cabinet) con-aider that very great advantage will flow from the opportunity that will be thus afforded of considering the practicability of uniting under one govern ment the respective provinces the brick building sad swept up1 back staircase. When firemen arrived at the maer of Mala and Hawthorne Streets shortly before midnight, L . L,-i.-J neavy oense innss - omenta from' front turret windows on the third floor. Soon flame shot through- the roof, attracting be tween tot and tot spectators Firemen from four stations, three,', four, nine and It an swered the call. . 'Hr - There has been no estimate 1064 they were making their way back to shore from a log boom. The two companions. Earl McNeil. 22. and Ronald DoyleV II, both of Suite t. 180 Metcalfe Street, made several dives, but were unable to locate her. Police were called and s k i n-divers recovered the girl's body at about 7 p.m., near the spot Limited Store and the Royal Pool Room. Mr. Graham discovered the fire shortly after 1 p.m. SMOULDERING MATTRESS "I smelled smoke coming from downstairs," he rel a t a d. "On going down to investigate I found a mattress smouldering hi the beauty parlor. "I tried to hig it outside, but the smoke and-fumes were overbearing. I decided the besir thing to do was to get my family out as quickly as possible," be said. Mr. Graham rushed back ta the three apartments ea the top fleer of the building and alerted Mr. and Mrs. Tern who have been living. In Hurl sine emigrating te Canada from Portugal four years go. 'The two father swooped up their children and fled down the stairs and out onto the street. Mrs. Graham stayed behind a few seconds to telephone the Hull Fire Department. The department sent all avail able equipment to the scene and fought the stubborn blaxe for more than three hours, pouring gallons of water into the smouldering building. A crowd of hundreds of sight seers gathered in the n a r r o w oreet to watch the1 fire. and. should ft he found that reasonable prospects exist . of such a union being practicable, the committee (the cabinet) consider that it will then be possible to proceed to a more formal conference.. , The document acknowledges that In any union of the British North America colonies the British government must be consulted. It speaks of placing "before the imperial government such general outline of the policy proposed as may enable her majesty's minister to determine- whether the interests of the empire will be . promoted thereby and ; of giving the sanction of the Queen to the future negotiations on the, subject." , RECOMMENDS TRIP The document concludes: : "The committee, therefore. r e s p e c tfully recommend to your excellency that such of your excellency's advisers as can conveniently be spareo from their Official' duties at Quebec should be authorised to proceed to Chariottetown for the purpose of conferring informally with the representative from the Maritime provinces. ' Certified, Wis, H. Lee, aec-j retary." . Macdonald and seven other ministers sailed Aug. 29, 1864, from Quebec City and met with It delegatee representing the three ' Maritime provinces in Charlottteowa Sept. 1. After several days setting out thesr ideas for confederation, the Maritime delegates decided to shelve their plans (or Maritime union and' -later at Halifax the conference decided to bold a formal conference at. Quebec opening Oct It, IM4. i IRRIGATION START SALT LAKE CITY - First irrigation project of site was started by the MorWris In 1M7 when - they diverted water to their field near the area of Salt Lake fry. where she went under more than two hours earlier. Mr. McNeil said Elizab e t h was holding onto his neck and Mr. Doyle s waist when "the let go all of a sudden and sank beneath the surface of the water. "I dived under and grabbed her wrist. I tried to null her a f r c ' ? -. i I JOHN CARRIERE Cyrville Man Wins Last Car Winner of Saturday night's give-away car at - the Exhibi tion didn't even have to check his ticket when his number was called. 1 had It memorized." said John Carnere. 2S. of Tauvett Street, Cyrville. "I was sitting at a drive-In theatre and turned on; the radio when It was time for" the numbers to be picked, t heard my number called." " Mr. Carriere said his Job probably helped him remember the number. He t an accountant and "numbers sort of stick with me." The number was 07472t. It took only about 2t minutes for Mr. Carriere ta drive from the Star Top Drive-in to the Ex grounds. He Was In the mam office at p.m. His arrival was bad news for Mrs. Helen Richardson, of 294 Bell Street, who rushed to the grounds when her ticket, number two, was called. Mr. Carriere and his w i f a. Mar go. are expecting their first child within the next few days The Carriere s have a Itst model car and were thinkini of buying a new one. but now they win aeep tne J9M Pontiac. Mother, Son Hurt' in Crash A mother and her sob were injured Sunday night in a two- car accident at Kiag Edward Avenue and Clarence Street. Mrs., h rank -Provost, of tl Parkdale Avenue, received la cerations to her legs, and her son, Elmer. IJ. received minor lacerations,,' when the car In which they wera riding was In collision with a car driven by Norman Allard, 24, of M Stew art Street. ? Mrs. Provost Is in 'good condi tion In Ctvie Hospital. Her son was treated and released. The car m which they were riding was. driven by Frank John Provost, 50, of tl Park dale. Avenue, UON. DOG POISONED TORONTO (CP) Police are Investigating1 the poisoning of 1 1 -month-old Tommle. a 200- pound African lion cub, and his insep a r a b I e companion Bridget, a' three-year-old fe male collie which has been his foster-mother. Roth were found unconscious early Sunday in cage they share at the Cana dian National Inhibition. 1 up. but she must have panicked and broke loove from me," Mr. McNeil said. "She struggled quite a bit and we lost her. We were only about IS feet from shore, but the wster must have been about 12 feet deep." Mi . McNeil said. "We were only seconds away from a shallow ledge." MOTHER HELPLESS Mrs. Jean-Newell, tha girl s mother, aid "I was helpless. I can't swim, so I -couldn't do anything. "She didn't yell or call for help. She went under once and didn't come up again. Mrs. Newell, who brought her family here from Sydney. Nova Scotia, only last Monday, said she and , her daughters and their friends went to the river because it was such a hot day and their apartments were sweltering. Elizabeth's two sisters, Diane. 14, and Judy, Is,' also witnessed the tragedy. Besides her mother and two sisters, the girl is survived by her father. Max. of Sydney, and a brother Max, Jr., 17. Two Drowned. Trio Missing After Storm SUDBURY (CP) Two person who 1 were drowned and three others missing and pre sumed drowned when their It- foot cedarstrip craft overturned Lake Wahnapitae Friday night might have survived if they had been wearing life Jackets, says Ed Bragg, chief ranger of the department of lands and forests. Bragg, a veteran of 21 years at Wahnapitae, II miles north east of here, said Sunday a fierce storm raised IS foot waves on the lake Friday. Dead are Mrs. Adelore Card inal, and her 7S-year-old father. Louis Size, both of Sudbury. Missing are Mrs. Cardinals husband. Adelore. their son Garv, 1. and daughter Debbie, 4. Mrs. Tony Mazza. about 45. of Sudbury and her nine-year-old on. Michael. weTe rescued by Tony Mazza near the scene of the accident after floating nearly 12 hours In the icy water. Maaa and two other per sons had been following the laid boat en rout cottage on the other side of the lake. when heavy rain caused him to turn back. Four Persons Suffer' Burns In Grease Fire Four persons were burned Sunday when they attempted to extlngutsn a grease nrv on a stove In a house at ItSS Base line Road. , John Goold. 31. of 2721 Kelly Avenue, was admitted to Civic Hospital. He suffered bums to his let and is in satisfaetory condition, hospital authorities said. "'...' Released . after treat meal were Mrs. Goold with burns to her less:' Moe Frumkm, M Im perial Avenue, with bums to his right forearm, ana frana riesn-er, S7, of IsSS B a saline Road, with bums to his hands. The blaze started In a pot ol xrease at about p.m. Ot tawa firemen from two stations answered the alarm after the occupant's unsuccessful attempts to put out the fire.' The firefighters confined the blaze quickly and only a wan was scorched with damage estimated at . fire department -official said. Rob Store Of $1,500 Nepean township police are Investigating a Saturday night break-in at Bellman Hardware Limited. 1489 Mertvale Road. in which thieves stole an estimated 1 1.500 m cash. . . Owner Walter Bellman, of 100 Granton Avenue, said entry wss gained to the store by breaking a rear wtndow.Vrhe safe was looted: Nepean police said the rob bery occurred sometime between' S-p.m. and 11 pm. Saturday. ,. - i I ' . . i AVteS ' ' h. , v. , "1.' i4 4 CHAMPION TERRIER This Kerry Blue terrier. Old Bold Brigand, ia a v proud champion. At Ottawa Kennel Club's 64th dog show Sunday the terrier was chosen best dog in show, best Canadian bred dog in show and best temer. Old Bold Brigand is owned by Mrs. Denis Gardiner, of ' Orona. Ont. Journal Photo by Domuuoa Widti 329 ENTRIES Kennel Club Show Biggest in 60 Years Old Bold Brigand, a Kerry , Mar-Ma-Duke, owned by Mr. Blue Terrier, owned by Mr. and Mrs. Denis Gardiner, of Orona. Ontario, cleaned-up at the Ot- A miniature Poodle was pick-tawa Kennel Club's t4th dog d best non-sporting dog in the show held Sunday at Hull show It was Nancyn s Black Armories. Knicht. owned bv Mr. and Mrs. Bold Brigand chosen best dog show, best Canadian bred dog in snow and best terrier; edged out J2t other entries in the biggest dog show in club' tt-year history to win top honors. There were entries from the United States, four Canadian provinces 'and one dog from Australia. BEST BRED PUPPY Best Canadian bred puppy en tered .in the show was Wil- Wag a BVB.-S Welsh Terrier i owned , by Barbara Pinre. of Bale Durfe. Quebec.v Winner in sporting dogs class was American and Canadian champion. Irish Setter. Killaine Rougue, owned by Mr. and Mrs. John Royston, of Meadowvale. Ontario. First place honor m the hound group went to a Beagle, Orally Halls, .owned by Bruce Benson. Of Ottawa. : I Best working dog entered in.away with his family for tha the show was an Old English Sheep dog, Fetxlwig Mighty Manfred, owned by Miss Valerie Raid, of Dorval, Quebec . A Put was chosen best toy dog by , the' Judges. Acacias HULL FAMILY HOMELESS Playing With Lighter Blamed for Flash Fire .,.t'v' ir.i A family of -eight-were left .flame had got a good grip on homeless when fire gutted their the building before their arrival home at 144 St. Redempteur and they could do little to aava Street. Hull, Sunday morning. The interior of the two-storey. six-room house and all the fur niture was destroyed In the flash tire which broke out short ly before II a.m. The family escaped uninjured. They are: Mr. and Mrs. Edouard Velle- seuille and their six children. Suzanne, six: Michel, five; Marietta, four, Mignotma, two; Lotfse, one; and Pauline, six months. HuH fire officials said the Tire started altar one of the chll aren naa Been playing with a cigarette lighter near the ches terfield. Firefighters had the blaze ex rtnguished in 2t mtn&tes, but V V . -n"---ti-r.lirmi-iii,iiHii li ., , w , '-'yi:m I and Mrs. John Loftis. of Hazel- dean, took first place. a E. Barlow, of Canton. NY. OBFDIFNrF TRIALS . , . . . "" """- ro"oww" ln regular nog mag. ting a Boston Terrier, owned by lj. Hulm. of West mount. 0" . was highest scorer col- lecting a total of 1I1H points out of a possible 20t points. More than 700 spectators attended the It-hour show. Fire Causes $3,000 Loss In Deschenes An early Sunday morning fire """ damage to a wooden frame house at 17 Car tier Street, Deschenes. Owner Maurir riwaliH weekend when the outbreak occurred at Ut a.m. Seventeen volunteer firefighters fought the blaze for one hour, confining It to two bed- i rooms of the five-room house the interior furnishings. Owner of tha - property Is Lucien Marengere, of (t Laval Street. Hull. , ' for , .- exquisite decorator . flowers and floral : .. arrangements Billingsr Bridge P,UmV Ctrlirtgvioofl Plazg V i. it y

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