THE OTTA W, AD JOURNAL' . 'SATURDAY, AUGUST 15, 1942.J . . . , , ; : i Many Officers Fnr Arfivo Armv i vi nv.il niiiM C.O.T.C. Ottawa University Contingent C.O.T.C. has been supplying a monthly quota of. reinforcement and instructional officers , to . the Active Army and the following form part of the 29th and 30th ouotas furnished by the aj.T.C: Instructors to OA. (B) T.C. at Lansdowne Park: Lieut F; Hig gerty, 2Lieut. H. P. Beahen, 2Lieut. W. J. Brennan, 2Lieut P. Rudden. t .u. ana aa. staging ump, Aldershot, X.S.: 2Lieut Ivor Gv Phillips. Western Canada O.T.C. Gordon Head. B.C.: R.C-A.. Cpl. B. G. Walker; Infantry. LCpL T. W. Sword. Cadet B. S. Shapiro; R.C-A.S.C, Cadet M. Mcculloch.. Eastern Canada O.T.C, Brock' ville: R.C.C.S., 2Lieut D. Bor oditaky, 2Lieut. A. J. Mayne, Cadet H. D. Campbell; R.CA., CpL J. C. Allen, Cpl. A. G. Keyes, Cadet L. A. Day. Cadet K. W, Lawson, Cadet A. Barclay, Cadet P. J. Gaignery, Cadet G, E. weia-mark; RCJL Cadet S. W. Lin- dall; Infantry, CpL W. J. Kealey, Cadet R. S. Gallivan, Cadet N. L. Stanley; R.CA.S.C., Cadet J. H. A. Connors, Cadet J. G. Smith, Cadet A. Favreau, Cadet F. W. Esdale, Cadet J. L. McCallum, Cadet T. R. M. Burns, Cadet J. A. Brabazon, taet a. &. miey. CA. (B) T.C. No. 44 St. Jerome, Que.: C.A.C., Cadet T. Casaubon, Cadet .G. B. Janisse; Infantry, Cadet C. H. Belanger. . . Last, Winter the C.O.T.C. held qualifying courses in Syllabus "A". The' report issued by the Department- of National Defence indicates that out of 145 Cadets' who tried the examinations there were 133 who successfully qualified. These results were the highest obtained throughout Canada. The administration andJrain- ing staff of the C.O.T.C is -composed of the following' officers: Major C. A. J. Miller, chief -instructor; Captain J. P. Lemieux, quartermaster, and Lieutenant V. P. Belcourt, adjutant. During the Summer the following personnel qualified at special National Defence instructors' courses: Senior officers' course R.M.C Major C. A. J, Miller; chemical warfare course (Long Branch) Lieut C. J. Watson, Lieut C. Robinson; platoon weapons , course, 2Lieut - Raoul Grenier. Lieut A. Garneau, C.Q. M.S. R. C. Bourque, LCpL L. Boyle: physical training course, 2Lieut. R. Harcc. Enrolment in the C.O.T.C. is open to graduates of all universities and to the undergraduates of Ottawa University . and St- Patrick's College. Commodities Cotton Futures. -NXW YORK. Auj. 14. (is!Cott&n -futures closed 7S to 90 cents a bale hiiher. Hlgtt Tow .Last 18.08 17.92 1S.0S -18.26- 18.09 18.26-26 .. lSJSn 18.44 18.36,18.44-46 18 .58- 18.41 18.86 Oct. Dec . Jan. .-. Mtreh May . . July is so 18.48 la.ean Middliiyt.ipot li.41n. up Itr Unlisted Stocks Supplied, by Castledine, DesLanrters IN reuw. Industrials Bid Asked Andian NaUonal Corp 23.25 Anglo-Can TeL "A". . .. 8.50 T15 Atlas Steels Ltd. Com. SI JO 23.00 B.C. Pulp t Paper Com. . . - 8.75 10.50 Burns St Co: Ltd. A" .... 175 S.T5 Burns tc Co Ltd. "B . . .'. . 86 1.14 Calgary Power pft . . . 89.18 101.75 Can Gen. Investments .... TOO 7,50 CPA 4 pfd 1.75 2.50 Can Westlnshouse 38.75 39.40 Can W at Cable 6 pld.. 108 JO 106.00 Capital Wlrecloth pfd. ... 18 00 23.50 Colonist Steamships Com. 44.00 47.00 Con. Drv Std Sees pfd.. 5.10- SOS Dover Industrie Ltd 8.00 6 SO Dun lop Tire 5 pld 18.50 18.00 Eastern Stl Prod. 8 "ilU. 30.00 11.00 Federal Grain 6ifc pld. . 34.60 "38J0 Gocierich Elevator ...... 7.10 7.75 Gt Lakes Pow J7 .00 pfd.. 1M.00 104 JO Gumev Foundry pfd.. 1.20 1:45 Hart Battery 4.00 4.75 Hayes Steel Prods. COm... 11 JO 13.00 Inslia. John. Com S.00 X7.7S Loblaw Inc. Com. . ... 13.15 13.73 Nor Am El. 7i 1st pfd... 85.00 Nor. Am. El 7 2nd pld.. . 27.00 ... Provincial Paper 7 pfd. . 98.00 99 JO Reliance Grain 88 JO pfd. ' 69.50 72.00 Tip Top Tailors Inc: Units - BOO 13.00 - United Corp. "A" 20.25 21.50 United Corp. "B" 4.75 5.50 United SU. "A" pfd.. . 23 .25 24.00 West Gr. pfd bonus 3JO- 4.25 Tnuu, Loans and insurance stock: Brockville Trust 44.50 - 47 00 Canada Life Asset. .1 Great West Life Halifax Insurance Sun Life Assurance Trust-and Guarantee Western Assurance Co. 365.00 370 00 206.00 311 if) 15.25 IBM 218 00 228.0C 30.50 33.00 36.75 38.00 LIVE STOCK WEEKLY LIVESTOCK. A heavy run of cattle was absorbed on markets throughout Canada during the past week at advanced prices, the Dominion Department .of Agriculture reported Friday. Buying prices were anywhere from 10 cents to 50 cents higher. : with the Wartime Food Corporation taking a large percentage of the offering. Exports were also substantial, which heloed make a strong market. Calves were steady to higher at Toronto, while hogs made slight gains. .Lambs ad-, vanced 25 cents at Toronto but else . where prices worked Into lower ground. Cattle receipt at Toronto, were the heaviest for any one week in many years, and prices were boasted from 10 to 25 cents on lemale classes, with fed calves up to 50 cents. Weighty steers sold from S?JO-$10JO and butcher -from .8-$10.15. The demand at Montreal was good and the better classes of steers sold un to 810. and the best ol the butcher rows from S6-S7J0 with odd sales to Repurchases by the Wartime Food Cor poration during the past week includ rd 7 J13 cattle at Toronto. 5.803 at Win n-.peg. and 773 at Calgary, a total, of 14.06S This brought total purchai to date by the corporation to 23.218. At Toroayo. choice weighty steers were taken at 812.50-813.85. (air to good guallty at $11-811.25 and butcher steers and heifers at 811-812.25. Butcher cows were bought at $8.75-110 with cut. .- dnam to 88 and bulla from 811-812. Exports far the Week consisted of 3574 beef cattle. 885 dairy and - 1 257 calves Exports to date this year, with corresponding figures; for 1M1 in reket are: Beet, cattle -114.801 78V ntr. "dairy 14.217 (11,909); calves 4T. 858 1 49.822 K . . An advance of 50 cents was recorded and held In tall prices at- Toronto, with -hriiee sellini at 814 50-115: while Mont real had -a keen demand, vaals ranging up to 14 and 814.50. .,'!.. Most of the Toronto hoc offering sold in outside buyers and local butchers U6 for the basis trade dressed, with others bid at 818.10. - At Montreal the Kaxie nriee was 316 JS-S16 J3. The lamb market was i two-way af- fir with Toronto gaining 25 cents to '! rood lambs at S14-2S, and Montreal V . . u, W.. . L. 1 . i-rom X Steel Plate Output Hits Record High - ; NEW YORK, Aug. 14. (ff) . .Production of . steel plates, V raw material for ships ' and armament, irL the - first half ' of fcia year equalled 80 per k A 4.1 l. . of 1841, , the ' American a Iron toda. and Steel Inrtltue saldH y.jt said a record-creak- , ine total, of 5.174.000 tons of t plates was made, exceeding j by a wide margin the output ; of any other xsingle : cliass of ; steel products; Trading in Mea Heavy on Market Tradine in meat was heavr oi By Ward Market today1 with sales of 212 hogs, 102 lamb, 38 mutton, 121 1 veal,!, and 36 beef carcasses completed by nine o'clock. Price held firm in- every case. Activity was also brisk in the fruit and vegetable sections and early-morning v shoppers v found large supplies available. New potatoes were still av. good seller at'25 cents a gallon and tomatoes were also to 'demand at AO cents for a six-qiufrt basket.' corn . on tne cob was more plentiful but still selling at from 30 to 35 cents dozen. Cauliflow er ; proved : to be popular with Lshoppers at from five to 15 cents a head. The supply of local cantaloupes was small and prices stayed at from 15 tc 30 cents. Prices asked at nine o'clock were: ' ' 't , r . ' Dairy Produce. : - Eggs, grade A large, doz, . ( . . 43c Eggs, medium, dos. 41c Eggs, pullets, doc ".. ...36c Butter, lb. .......i.........,"3oc Cream, pint ................ 30c Honey, 4 lbs. ., 60c " Meats. ...'. Pork, carcass ...... 17c to 18c Pork, fronu 18c to 18Vic Pork, hinds ...... ,...21c to 22c Fowl, lb. ..v. .. iOc to 32c Beef, carcass,.........; 9c to 14c Beef, binds ... .. 16c to 18c Veil, carcass '...-..'16c to 18c Veal, fronts 13c to 15c Veal, hinds ...... .... 19c to 21c Mutton........ ........ 8c to 10c Spring lamb ......... 23c-to 25c Vegetables. Corn on the cob, dozen . . 35c Carrots, 2 bunches . . 5c New potatoes, gaL .....25c Beets, gallon' 20c Cabbage, each 10c Radishes, 3 bunches ........ Sc Onions, 3 bunches ...J ....... 5c Celery, bunch Sc Asparagus, 3 bunches 23c Lettuce 2 for Sc Cauliflower ........ 5c to 15c Cucumbers, each .... . . . . . . . Sc Green Peas, gallon 25c Broccoli 10c Tomatoes, 6 quarts ... .... . . . 60c Peppers ..;.;,. ... .. 3 for 10c Vegetable Marrows . r.-.lOc to 15c FraJt Blueberries, at. ......... 30c Gooseberries, qt . . . 20c Red . Currants, qt ......... 25c Raspberries; qtr .... 35c Black currants, quart ,. , . ... . 35c Apples, basket v. '' . . 40c Blackberries . ..: . . . ..... 30e Chokecherriesl pint ... . Sc Plums, six quarts . . . . . . . . 50c Cantaloupes:... ...... 15c to 30c Grain. New hay. loose, ton .. S13 to SIS New hay, pressed, ton $12 to $14 Oats, bushel .55c Barley, bushel 75c Buckwheat ... 80c Corporation Bonds ' Supplied by Members of the Invest- ment Dealers' Association of Canada. Utnity Beads. C. ' Steam. 5's. 1957 101 1034 ASS Tel. St Tel. 3 S. 1855 .. 67 70 B.C.' Tel. 4(k's. 1841 JOSti 107U D Oas tt El. 5's. 1848 103 Cal. Power 5's. 1(M0 .... loa - ill C.-N. Power 100 102U G. Power 5'S; 194B 100 102 Int. H. II. S'8. 1944 ....... 40ft 42 MacUren Pow 4's. I95S ' .. 100 103 Maritime Elec 4W's. 18S6 .. mi Mont. Tram. 5's. 1951...;... 101-103 Nfld. L.'4tP 4iS's 1950 . 100 -N.S. L. and P. 4's. 1957 . . lot 102(4 OttSWS L U. 8k P. 4's. 1957. 102 Sag. Power 4',i,s, 1966 .... 10514 107ft Shaw. W and P. 4',i's. 1961 103',, 1051, U,x Sec. 8 s, 1952 92 - 94 . V Industrial Bonds. - Ablt. C O D. ex. S'.i's, 1952 56 i 58 Alb Pac. Gr 6 s, 1946 . , 1031i Brown Co. 3',4's, i946 62 85 i tan.- cement eurs, isoi.... 10214 1V3 Can: Canners 4's. 1951...... 101 104 " c. p. ex. 5l4s.-l6l.... C Int Pap. 6's, 1949 . Do Tar 414's,- l951 S3 65 103 100 10314 IDS 14 76 79 101 1 103,i 10314 103 91 9314 50 54 .98 10014 93 96 84 98 8714 99'4 . , 76 93 W uonna. f. 414 s, isss. , Fam. Play. 4',4'i, 1981 ..... Fed Gr 6's, 1949 X',.... Fraser Co 6's. 1950 i. . . . Gt. Lake Pap. S's, 1965 ... uuce si jonn a s. ii McCoU Fr. 4V.'s, 1949 ..... Mersey paper S's. 1847 . . . . Mersey Paper s's. 1944 ,. M & O. P. 5's. 1980 ...... Price Bros. 4's, 1957 Price Bros. 5's. 1957 ,. .;. Rolls no Panes 41 v s. isst. . , ResUgoucbe Co. Cs, 1948 .. 102 United Amus. 5's. 1956 .... 100 Montreal Produce , MONTREAL. Aut. 14. CrV-Produce prices here todays as reported by the Dominion Department of Agriculture follow: ' .- - . . Eggs; Graded shipments selling A-large 41; A medium 40; A-pulleU 34-3414: B 1814-28; C U-2814. Recelptti 1.0U cases. . - Butter: First- grade creamery prints, lobbing price.-36; first grade solids, jobbing price,' 3614: current receipt; Que. No. 1 paateurixed 34 3-8; No. 33 33H; wholesale. Que. No. 1 34; No. 2 34. Receipts: 1.863 boxes. - Cheesej Current receipt, western and Que. while. 1944 f .b. Montreal, whole sale western ana wue. wmte au nrst Kade t-t. Montreal. Receipts: ,880 xea. - : - ' - Potatoes: 75 lb. ban Que. 1.40-1.50: HA 1.S5-1.70: PMX r88-f.70. T - Cash PrieeSk ' Ouh tfraln.- No. 1 Nor wheat' 99: -Na. 2 98: ex 3 C.W. oat 58; No. 3 feed bar. icy 71; a nusnei oasis men. Spring wheat flour First patents 5.85; seconds 5.15: bakers 4.86; per bbl. in cariora aeuvereo montreei zreisni points: les 10 cents for cash. Winter wheat flour: Choice grades In carlots 8.00: broken lots SJ0: white corn flour, a bbl. In bags delivered to the trade, in eariots i.r, in rosn lots 7.90; less 10 cents for cash. MillMd: Bran Jfl.14: 'shorts 30 tSr middlings 3315: a ton csrlok quantities qenverea in Montreal n-eignt pomu. Brewers' dried grain wholesale 128 a ton. retail 828 a ton. Rolled oats, bags of SO lbs, delivered t o the trade 3J0-3.35; baled hay. No. 1 io.00, a tort I.o.b. Montreal; oats straw .0Q. 80TJTHERN CANADA POWER.' MONTREAL, Aug.' 14. Southern Canada Power Company, Limited, reports that net earnings for July, 1942, were $118,412 compared with $122,454 for July 1941, decrease of $4,042. n. V V' L "r""t ' " ' u rf .-;-.-.:. ' Cartoon courtesy Chambers, Halifax Herald. Individual Wartime Prices and Trade Board ration coupons are good for either one, ounce of tea or four ounces of coffee per week, but not both. Either allowance will r make approximately 12 cups. " -, . Funeral Is Held Of Mrs. L. Foster Last tribute was paid to Mrs. Leah : Foster, widow , of Arthur Foster, when her funeral was held Saturday morning. ' Mrs. Foster, who was 80 years of age, died Thursday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. A. J. Dixon, 199 Chapel street The funeral was held from the parlors of Hulse and Piayfair, Limited, 315 McLeod street, to St Joseph's Church,for requiem high mass at 8 o'clock. Rev. Joseph Birch, OJiJ, parish priest, - conducted the service. Jlev. Ambrose Unger,- ?O.M.t,' officiated ;: at- the graveside. Interment was at Notre Dam cemetery. .:' ' . . "' l! Mrs. Foster is survived byT six "daughters, . Mrs. , W. . Stfeahah, Kewagama, Que.; Mrs. John OlleU, Ottawa; Mrs. William McVeigh, Osgoode; Mrs. A. J. Chad-well, California; Miss Pearl Foster; Ottawa, and Mrsi .A. J. Dixon,, Ottawa; and one son, George- Foster, Ottawa.- , ' ; ? -?1 Many; one iiorai. triDuies were received, among them those, of Office Staff of the Ottawa Civic Hospital;' L.I.TJLE. Depot, Canadian Bank Note Company, Ltd. Bond Quotations , apptt lied by Members of the Investment eaierr -assocuuiod in vaawea. ' BrIUsh Consols 214 Pftpetuals ......... 82 C834 DOMINION GOTERNMCNT BONDS. Due. . r i t :June X 1944..... 1 Dec. IS, 1946..... i May 1. 1948..... 214 June 1. 1943.,... 214 Nov. 15. 1944..... 1 Oct.' 15, 1941..... 3 , Perpetuala 3 . June , 1. 1950-55-.. 3 June. 1. 1963-58.. 3,'4 June 1. 1948-49.. 314 Nov 15. 1948-51. . 31i June 1. 1956-66,', Bid. 1004 9914 : 99V 101 101 10014 84 99',i . 991V 102 10114; 10214 10214 -10614 105 108 10814 10714 10814 10914 103 sk. 101 10014, 100 101 10214 101 98 100H 100 .103 102 10214 103 103 10614 108 109 107 10814 109 11014 ,104 101 100 A. 1'f Oct. 19. 1844-4W.. 16, 1943-45. . 18, 1947-63.. 15. 1944 .... 4 Oct. 4 .Oct. 414 Oct. , 414 Feb. 1, 194S. 414 Nov. 1, 1946-56... 414 Nov. 1. 1947-57.,. 414 Nov. 1, 1948-58... 414 Nov. 1,949-59.-. 5 ' Oct. 15. 1943....:. Wartime Issues 3 June 1, 1950-61... 3 'Oct.:.- I. 1949-62.,. 314 rb, I, 194S-82.. 1 . Mar.- X. 1962-64... 10014 9914 102 9914 1(KI 100 Domini oa Government anaranteea. C4NJL CJJl. CJJJt.r CJ1R.; CJUL S.N.R. 8JJt. .N.R. C.NJt. C.NJt. C.NJt. CJB. CNR. .1-1943 100 101 101 101 101 103 100' 100H4 100 100 11914 120 121 , 1 1944; 194 . 100 .. 1 1945.50 99 ..-3 T 1948-52 99 3 ' 1948.53 ' 99 3 - lBH-a? n , ... 414 1981 .118 119 :" 119 ... 4 196S 4 1957 ....... 4 1955 .131 . ft . 1954 117 : . 118 113 123 103 124, S 1949-69 112 - CM VilSS. 1955 3 - 1962 12114 100 . Mont Harbor . 5 19494A 122 ;i ' ' PROVINCIALS. Alberta ...... 4 1994 , 70 Alberu 4 1966 . 72 73 73 Br. Columbia 8 1945 Manitoba .... 4 1958 Manitoba 1M7 N. Brunswick, 3 1951 N. Brunswick. 4 1961 Nova6cotla.. . 3 1950 Nova Scotia . 4 I960 Br. Columbia. 4 1953 104 107 1011s 106 10T . .. WO . 94v 97 108 . " -110 7 ' 99 , 111- 115 10a in Ont. Hydro ,. 1 3 11 950.53 100 . 103 . . - ... 4 1947.60 h. 4 1M9 99- i 101 imiano Ontario ., 4 1949 107 10914 1, 1949-81 100-. 102 Quebee . 1 Quobea Quebec 311 194 ' 98 . 100 ...... 3'4 195143 lot 114 100 lebee ...... 4 194540 1111! PL a 1945. , Saakatchawan 414 1951 : 94 Saskatchewan. 5 . iU - . -. ' .y. MWlelpaJs. Calgary . Edmonton Halifax . Montreal Montreal Quebec ' ... 1962 .. ... 414 1" Ml-S 95 108 . 98 96 : 101 98 9914 99 109 101 99 104 414 1991 1954 ...4 1971 ... 4 1950 ... S -1946 414 1971 riegina . Saint John Three Rivers 99 103 108 4 . 1968 4 1946 ' IW14 1U1 Toronto 108 108 103 100 101 180 ' 78 Vancouver 4 1968 Winnipeg ....-4 I960 M.C.S. ....... 4 1948 Mtl. Met. .... 4 1962 MU. Met : 4 1947 C of Windsor 3 1975 ' .99 J 108 . 97 9815 97 74 One Not Bot Drummer Carries Bike to Make Cdlls: PETERBOROUGH, Aug. IS. (CP) Dean Kennedy, trav-. -( elling salesman for a Toronto ' coal company, has solved the - problem of wartime . travel. He goes by train, carrying his bicycle, and wheels to his calls. Fan Out in Drive Continued from Page One. . The -bitter fighting in the Don bend in which the Germans now have - reached the one -important natural ' obstacle on the road to Stalingrad the - Don r river was accompanied by sharp fighting in many- sectors of the long front stretching northward V to . Leningrad.- - r - ? i'-r.-.':f"t-."--;. : At Bryansk, 200 miles southwest of Moscow, the Russians attacked and expelled the Germans from ah advantageous height and then repulsed a German counterattack by superior forces, the midday, communique said. , : . '. South of Voronezh; on the Upper Don, the Germans launched sharp attacks in an effort to regain; lost positions and succeeded in pushing, the Russians- back in one sector. Red Star reported, -. The Russians recovered quick' ly, however, and threw the Germans back- to their original positions, it was reported. :' J t . BERLIN (From German broadcasts), Aug. 15,-KrV-NazlniU-tary authorities claimed ' today that German troops driving down the Rostov-Baku . railway toward the, Caspian have occupied Geor-gievskr approximately . 120 miles from the rich Grozny oil fields. Georgievsk is about 20 miles southeast of Mineralnye Vody, the deepest penetration previously claimed by the Germans in this sector. .. ' ' Exchange Rates Official Foreign Exchange Control Board rates unchanged at U. S. dollars, buying 10 percent premium, selling . 11 percent premium. Equivalent discounts on Canadian dollars' in New York, buying 9.91 percent, selling 9.09 percent ' , .Sterling, in Canadian funds, buying $4.43, selling $4.47. OFF THE RECORD VAnd this Is the IMrs. H. E. Davies ; DieSxjn 63rd Year A life-long resident of Ottawa, Mrs. Hobart E. Davies, 423 McLeod street, died today st the Civic Hospital. She -was in her 63rd year and had been in ill health for sometime. ' Mrs. Davies was the former Elizabeth Merritt, daughter of the late Ben Merritt and the ; late Katherine 'Wilson. She was a de vout Catholic and attended St Patrick's Church. b .Besides her husband she is sur vived by five sons, Richard Davies, of the British American Bank Note Company;' Staff-Set. Hobart Davies, ov . t, and HoraceXL. Therien, I; , York; Victor A. (Pete) vTherien, of the British American, Bank Note Company, and Sgt ' Oliver C ; Therien, KCJiS Quebec City, sons by a previous marriage; two daughters, Mrs. Alex Lloyd and Mrs. Oscar Beaudoin, both of Ottawa, and seven grandchildren. The remains are resting at the parlors of McEvoy Brothers, 235 Kent street; from where the funeral will be held at 7.49 ajn. Tuesday to St Patrick's Church for requiem high; mass at 8 o'clock. Interment will be at Motre uaroe cemetery. : (ontreal Stocks ONTREAL. Atis. IB. etn Tol- owine are active lssuaa on the Mont. real Stock ExchsngS) and . the Curb Market today , with sales and quotations to 11 ajn.t .- S-Bell' Tel, 1. 100 Braiil.. u. : 20 C. Cement, 414. 75 C. Smelters, 13. , . 20 Hollinger, 7.25. f 250 Imp. Oil, 8. 10 Int Nick, 30. v i :. . 25 Int Power. 1. v , 45 Mont Power. 11. ' 33 Shawtnlgan. 13. Curb. . - . ' 10 Aluminum, 85. v 23 Msssey p., 12. : 100 Royallte. 18. - , Toronto Stock Toronto. Aug. 18,-tcrwi a.m. quotes: . - 200 T. Hughes. 156. 15 Con. Smelt. 33. t 15 Int Nickel, 29. v 500 Ont Mlekel. 13. loo Steep Rock, 1.33. 200 Aunor. 1.06. . 800 Cochenour, 53. . . 200 rtancoeur, 19. . 309 MaUrtlc. 1 JO. V -, . loo Upper Canada, 66. 600 Wendljo, 16. 1000 Brl. iSorn 17. 100 Un. Oas. 4. ? 1 Msssey Harris New. 6. 40 Massey Harris New. P., W4. ' -By amnsement room, sir." Mrsf McCloskey; : Dies inffawa ' InHeroar The death occurred in Ottawa early today of Caroline Clement, widow of Frank ' McCloskey,.' of Chesterville, Ont She was in her 84th year.:' . Born at Chesterville. Mrs. Mc Closkey UveA there all er life, till a year ago when she cameXto Ottawa.' She ' was -a devoted i.u(4 c 'imIi - n r J UIV4MW4 , V4 .. as7 aw asm J W a, We Church, Chesterville. Her husband predeceased her 10 . years go.' . ,: ' Surviving are- four. ' daughters, Miss Agnes- McCloskey, of the Department of External Affairs. Ottawa; Miss Kathleen llcCloskey, of the teachlng4taff of Glebe Collegiate . Institute; Miss Ella McCloskey,' at home, and Mrs.. Tv A. Cauley, of Montreal; ' two sons, Lieut'. J. C. McCloskey, of the Veterans' Guard of 'Canada; and F. L. McCloskey, of the ' Ministry of Wartime TransportaUon, of the United Kingdom, Montreal; ' two sisters, : Mrs. Thomas McCloskey, of Chesterville,. and' Mrs. VP. J. Flynn, of Crysler, Ont,' and '' two brothers, R. B. Clement, of Val-leyfleld, Que and Leonard Clement, of South Dakota.. -. The body is resting at Henderson's Funeral Parlors, Chester-yille, and the funeral will take place from there to St Mary's Church, Chesterville, at 10 o'clock Monday morning. ; . a- . . Shell Largest Continued from Page One. "For exactly i 12 minutes'Kthe shells, were hurled at shipping in the harbor and targets ashoreLthe chief of which was large flour milL . . ; . f -s.-. Then the warships - swept' ai-lently away leaving, fire and columns -of smoke - as evidence , of their visit Motor torpedo boats were reported near us but they did not see us. For an hour of more as we raced away, anti-aircraft shells and bullets danced in the sky but we paid little attend Uon. - Our part of the night's work was completed. . . , ,, "We bid been in enemy waters over two- hours but the job -went tflrough without a hitch. The. only incident came the next morning when one or two enemy aircraft circled around and then headed for home without attacking.", , : Unlisted Mines " ; SappUK by Spronla. Phillips and Co. Bwcx Bid Asked Albany River . Armistice .... Area ..... Amalga. Kirk. Brock Barber Lardea Clonmel ..... Cheminls ..... Cons. Chlb. ... Crosscourt .... Coin Lake i... De Sanus .... s 1 5 4 S 1 1.46 1 : ", 1 1J0 4 ' S'l ' 3 i Elmos .. Eastward franco Good . Rook . . Hugh Para."., Hoyle Lanierre . . .t, Lake Geneva: is is 40 ,41 r :io. -4,-6. 10? -1-.. 20 urgoia Lowery: Pete..-.4.....,,4iv.. MarUn Bird ...... ...,.(. Magnet Cons. ... -,.."7..,., 11 . 17 1 -- 'A: 38 ' 7 .; Magnet UIS Moshsr McMarmae ... Numalak Nat Malartlo Norbesu ...... Oklend ....... Opemlska ..... 11 til . 20 . 3 " 3 . 4.00, 14 . 29 28 10 17 : 12 .' Orplt.. Pelaniie ttO ... PresdorX .... . s .3.76 . 9 i 18 .-16 . . ', . 18 Proprietary pascaus ,.. Privateer Quebec nd Rai Reoublle Springer Stadacona Young Davidson , Psychologists have found : that approximately one-fourth of the people who shoo in a drug store stop, at the fountain before leaving, A ...A; ... . i. I ....-a. : feeding pleas from the Goyeniment, hundreds of public spirited citi2ens" have opened their homes to, young men and women who have come to , Ottawa to serve in the war departments. ' DO YOU : HAVE A. ROOM , YOU COULD RENT? -. Won't you - make it available, now for someone far from home? It will help you, too--to offset higher taxes' arid the .rising , cost of living. . You can choose congenial roomers through the . . v i Journal Want Ads Phone 2-5321 N ' After almost six . months of freedom, Bruce Fowler; 28, Oklahoma ' convict who escaped Feb. 21 while playing with the prison orchestra at the. Guthrie, Oklau, Policemen's BalL was recaptured in Denver, CoL Major John Reading of: the Oklahoma Highway Patrol, said that Fowler would be questioned about the 'July il slaying of a patrolman at Oklahoma City.' ' ' ' Invasion Danger' Still Faces Australia ' MELBOURNE, Aug. 15 BUP) Australia is stiU in dan ger of invasion, War Minister J. M. Forde said today, sod must make the best possible use of a breathing space "which we. prob ably will have for .a few more months". ; ' '- "It's tiring to hear different sections of the community growling about losses fronv farms and busi ness' lower profits", Forde added. "No nation can change from peace to war without dislocation, sacrifice and hardship." - v,-,.-v ) Denies Air Friction ' ' Between U.S., Britain LONDON. Auc. 15 fBUPW Lieut-Gen. Dwlght D. Eisenhower, American commander in the European theatre, today praised co-operation between British and American' forces and denied -that friction had arisen between the RAJ. and U.S. Air Force to the detriment of the promised bombing offensive against Europe. . SUBS BEING HELPED." ' SAN JUAN, PJt, Aug., 15. Lieut Gen. Frank . M.Andrews, commanding the defences of the Panama Canal, does not believe Axis submarines have bases in the Caribbean, but he does believe they are being: refuelled and re- victualled in the Caribbean. Traffic Court For .-Illegal parking, Abraham Palmer, 75 Grange avenue; Mary Baird, 470 Holland avenue; Edgar Taylor, 152 Osgoode street; Hong Sing, 393 Cooper - street; William Coleman, 33 Broadway avenue, 2 and $1 costs. Forr going- through a red light, Harvey Spratt,441 -Fourth avenue; Edgar Barrett, 42 Aylmer avenue; Yvon Beauchemin, 118 King Ed ward-avenue; Albert Monette, 49 Sherwood street $4 and 1 costs. . SUNDAY : SELLING. N - -; , - Charged with selling vegetables on Sunday, Coleman Gencher, .518 Rideau street, was fined $15 and $1 costs by Magistrate Strike this morning. A Mavis, BBouce & L'o Charttred Ottawa Beotrie Bldg. Royal Bank , Bldg. R. Bruce Davis, CA. '" ' James Price, CA. v Tel. 1-2671 sji "Rooms Killed One Week Before His Marriage To Ottawa Girl Sergeant Pilot Blyth Kempton-Werohia, of the Royal New Zealand Air Force, who was to be married a . week - from today to Miss Margaret .Mary Humble, 393 Nelson street, was one of the three airmen killed in a crash in Lake Ontario; near Picton, on Friday. Miss Humble, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Humble, received news of the tragedy from authorities late Friday. Sergeant Pilot Kempton-Werohia was 21 years' of age, a son of Captain and Mrs. Kempton-Werohia, of Taranga, N.Z. In-addition to his parents, he is sur vived by a sister, Diane, a nurse in New Zealand, and a brother; also in the New Zealand Air Force. ' After coming to CeK he trained at Dunn ville, arid received his wings at Rockcliffe in June. Two weeks later" he was transferred to Picton. (See Also Page 13.) Lorenzo Frederick Found Dead in Hotel Lorenzo Frederick, a Government drygoods inspector, of 88 Laval street Hull, was found dead in a hotel at Three Rivers, Que, on Friday. His death was attributed by the coroner who investigated to natural causes. Mr. Frederick was1 in. his Slst year. Born and educated in Hull, Mr. Frederick was married to the former Clarilda Couroux In 1915. He was a commercial traveller for the Woods Company in Hull for 14 years and two years ago accepted an inspector's position in the Government For , the past three months "he was stationed at Three Rivers. . Mr. Frederick was a member of Notre Dame de Grace parish, Hull, and also was a member of the Knights of Columbus. Surviving in . addition to his widow 'are one son. ' Arthur": two daughters, Rita and Aline; two sisters, Mrs. . Joseph Lambert and Mrs. Arthur Barre, all of Hull; and one brother, Joseph Frederick, ofXazabazua. . The funeral will be held on Monday morning from the Gauth-ier Funeral Home, 101 Notre Dame street, Hull, to Notre Dame Church for requiem high mass at eight o'clock. Interment will be at Notre Dame cemetery. Race Scratches Xr-Mll -CONNAtJGHT PARK. hIihihh JnHff T, I flnf a Little Demon, xuioma. 3 Jesting Lady. Time Limit. 4 Doer. 5 Adolf. De SoU. 8 Noisette. Quinte Lass. Dear Pal., Track fast. . SARATOGA, 1 Cortesano, Irqn Shot. . . 2 Parade "Ground. Deviltry. Old Sir Lancelot. Seven Hills. Bowling a reen. 3 Fire FTareA 8 Happy Family, rest. . .. ., ALLOWED FREEDOM. Charged -with stealing a man's coat and hat Harry Selig, 26, a seaman by trade, was given suspended sentence and, placed on probation for six months by Magistrate Strike .this morning. Accountants Ottawa Montreal Russell L. Boyea, CA. John McCay, CA. -'v "Fdr Quick Results To Let" i 1 1 1 S up lu Sl.irv '-'J tut; ww.v.
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