The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, Ontario, Canada on May 1, 1941 · Page 17
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Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
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Thursday, May 1, 1941
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s 1 . ! THURSDAY, MAY 1. 1941. THE OTTAWA JOUHNAL 17 Official Reports By Enemy ; " BERLIN, May Thurs-; day's German High Command i communique follows: . " . .-."In. Greece, units of the Ger- man Army continued cleaning up "scattered detachments of British, Greek and Serbian troops In the ' Southern Peloponnesus. - The Ger-f man Air Force seriously dam-' aged a large tanker and two large merchant vessels in Suda harbor. "la North Africa, reconnaissance 'operations of German and Italian ' troops brought local successes. ' -German and Italian dive-bombers ' sank a 9.000-ton merchant ship ;in the harbor of Tobruk, ana caused extensive destruction by fires in fortifications at Tobruk and Fort : Palastrion. . ... "Reconnaissance 'planes attacked t;'with good effect radio stations, fortifications and concentrations of trucks and armored cars. Last night German battle 'planes and " dive-bombers renewed 'attacks on the harbor of ValetU, Malt4. and the airport at Venezia witti suc-' cess. . On the morning of May 1, three pursuit 'planes of the Hur-' Ticane type were shot aown over the island. -V "A submarine unde command el IX-Cmdr. Hessler reported sinking' a 7,000-ton steamer. Thereby' this submarine,' on its present 'undertaking, has sunk 42,650 tons of enemy snipping space. - "Successful air attacks were directed against harbor facilities on the south and east coasts of England.- Armored reconnaissance planes seriously damaged a larger . merchant vessel in British waters. On the night preceding May 1 the air force sank a 1,000-ton frelght- er off the east coast of Scotland "and- damaged two additional : freighters and a destroyer so seriously their loss is presumed. "Weak forces of the enemy last night dropped explosives and incendiaries at various places- in northern Germany and the: outer . district of the capital. There was no damage, to military objectives or war industries. A number Qf civilians was killed or injured. "In air battles over the Island of Malta 1st Lieut Muencheberg won his 39th and 40th air victor-. -. 1 , Italian Claims. - ROME, May-1. UP) The Italian ; Kgh Command issued this communique today: - "An aerial formation and parachute detachments protected by bomber and fighter formations yesterday occupied the islands -of i Cephalonla and Zante. This i morning tofantry companies coming from Albania disembarked on the island of San Maura. "Italian .and German, bombers continued hammering action against ValetU base (Malta) Larrfe damage and fires were caused. - 1 "In the Aegean our torpedo craft attacked a strongly escorted enemy . convoy. . A cruiser and big destroyer were hit by .tor pedoes. Our torpedo boats re-) turned to base without receiving' any damage. One of our scout : ing 'planes which discovered the convoy was attacked by five Brit ish 'planes and succeeded in shooting down two . of them af . terwards ' returning unharmed to its own base. - r "In North Africa, Italian-Ger man detachment . on scouting duty east of Sal urn put enemy forces to flight, destroying arm- ored equipment. Italian and German air formations again attacked .-. emplacements and the port at Tobruk in successive waves. "In East Africa, fighting con- - tinues in various sectors and with particular violence around Aiaji. . At Assab, an enemy aux iliary cruiser sank after striking Will Pay Wartime Cost-of-Living Bonus j MONTREAL, May 1. CP Of ficials of Dominion Textile Com pany Limited announced jtoday payment of a wartime cost-of- living bonus will be made short' ly to about 9.000 employes.. The bonus will total more than $500,' 000. SICK - warn 1H I Doat let that "all-in' feeling ' get yon down. Wben fatigue upsets your stomach, make your head miserable, take Alka-Seltser. Its alkaliring qualities help to neutrafizf excess stomach add. Its pain-relieving elements quickly help to eaae the miaery of opset stomach or sick headache. I PlMiasrt aed Refreshing Drop , an Alka-Seltaer tablet or : two is a glass of water. Watch its apairkling, effervescent action. Then drink it and see how it come to your rescue when you need refisf. Not a laxative. m m Are Holding Exam For Grade ! A Clerks For the first time the Civil Ser vice Commission is to hold an examination for the placing of clerks in the -new grade 1A category at $75 a month. ' The Commission has invited ap plications from prospective can didates for clerical positions in grade 1 at $60, grade 1A at $75 and grade 2 at $90. Applications are to be in by May 22. The grade 1 examination will be a separate one. In the past there has been one examination for grade 1 and grade 2 with those finishing at the head of the list and having : had two! years previous office experience qualifying for the grade 2 appointments. Now those at the top of the grade I list will get grade 1 posts only but the test will not be as hard: , . The examination for grade IA and grade 2 will be combined, those passing in the higher bracket qualifying for grade .2, the others to the end of the list of passes qualifying for the new grade 1A class. . ' 1 No minimum standard of marks has been set for this coming test. The Commission's officials will decide as to those who meet the requirements. . t: Bait Issued Against : rendi Magazine QUEBEC CITY, Que, May 1. (B.UP.)' Ernest Drolet, pub lisher of ."La Droite", a French monthly magazine, announced today that! a ban had been issued against the magazine, apparently under the Defence of Canada Act The action was believed to be the first bf Its kind " against ; a French-Canadian publication since the start of the war. ,'' X Drolet said he had been advised by telephone of the. ban and that he would receive the official order from the Royal Canadian Mounted Police by mail today. The magazine recently publish ed an article attacking Command er Theirry d'Argenlieu, emissary in Canada of General Charles de Gaulle, leader of the Free French forces.. One of the chief contri butors to ' the . magazine was ' a priest Rev. Father Simeon Ar- senault , : . i The Quebec City French month ly magazine, La Droite, was banned under .an order-in-council passed yesterday because of pub lication of a series of articles that were considered "subversive" to Canada's war effort, authorities here said today. The ban, they said, would last for , the- duration of . the war. i - The articles, it was explained, were considered to be discouraging to recruiting and In contravention of the Defence of Canada Regulations. r . ... ;X Women Born in 1919 Ordered fo Register LONDON. May 1, CP) The Ministry of Labor and National today . ordered women born in rftlB to register May S. ; The registration will show how the women are occupied and how many are available for war work. It. is part of the plan for listing different age groups at regular intervals. - - , Funeral Is Held J Of Mrs. Abraham Ash - -. ! : ; Final tribute was ' paid by friends and relatives to the memory of Mrs. Abraham1 Ash at her funeral held from her home, 1339 Wellington street, Wednesday afternoon. Interment was at the Jewish cemetery, Metcalfe road. Rabbi O. Z. Fasman conducted the service, assisted by Rev. J. Rabin. Chief mourners, in addition to her husband, were two daughters. Miss Frances Ash, of North Bay, and Mrs. Jack Davis, of Kirkland Lake; one son, Joseph, gentleman cadet of the Royal Military Col lege, Kingston; one sister, Mrs. M. Baslaw, of Ottawa, and one grand daughter. ' Among the many floral tributes were offerings from: Staff of North Bay Collegiate Institute and Voca tional School; members of the senior class of Royal Military College, and Penman's, Ltd. Mrs. William Gibson , Of Danford Lake, Dies Following a brief illness, Mrs. Wlllism Gibson, of Danford Lake, died at a local hospital on Tues day at the age of 65. . . The former Edytha " Louise Rogan. she was a member of pioneer family of Danford Lake, Married 43 years ago to William Gibson,' she Is survived by him and by four sons, Milton with the Canadian Army in England; CUT ford at Danford Lake, Emerson, of Malartic. j Que., and Ernest at home. She was a devout member of Danford Lake United Church The funeral will be held on Friday at 2 JO o'clock at her home at Danford Lake and burial will be at the United Church cemetery, MSS. AUGUSTA WOGGON. - Many friends joined relatives In paying final tribute to Mrs. Augusta i Woggoh, : 49 Concord street, at her funeral Wednesday afternoon. . Mrs. Woggon died suddenly on Sunday, at her home, in her 83rd year. Service was conducted in St Paul's Lutheran Church by the pastor,' Rev. M. J. Michael. In. terment was In Beechwood ceme tery. -1 : Chief mourners were her son, Frank W. Woogon,. of Ottawa; daughter. Mrs. F. W. Hart wick of Overbrook, and five grand children. : , . Floral tributes were received from relatives and private friends in token of sympathy and esteem. Ottawa Collegiate Students Leave to Work on Farms A number of, the students at the Lisgar street and Glebe CoUeglates who registered for farm work earlier in the year to help relieve the shortage in labor have left to take up their tasks. Principal W. D. T. Atkinson, at. Glebe school, said today that about half of the. 50 who registered there had left for farms; others were waiting their calls from the farmers. The majority had secured academic standing on their work for the year so far, and would be confirmed in theirtanding fori the At British Port LONDON, May 1-(B.U.P.) One of Yugoslavia's four submarines, Nebojsa, and two of its 10 motor, torpedo, boats have arrived safely at a British port, the Admiralty announced today. Italy had claimed the sinking of all the ships, the' Admiralty said, vv - .- --I-.-. . Nebojsa is a British-built submarine of 975 tons on the surface and 1,164 tons submerged. It has a complement of 45. It has two 4-inch anti-aircraft guns and - six 21-inch torpedo tubes. Its radius ofxaction is 5,000 miles - at nine knots. Yugoslavia had 10 motor tor pedo boats, of which eight were built in Germany and two in Britain. The German-built boats are of 60 tons with a complement of 14. They carry two anti-aircraft guns and have two 18-lnch torpedo tubes. Their speed is 34 knots. The British-built boats are of smaller tonnage, with a rated speed of 37 'knots but an actual speed of 40. They have two Lewis guns for anti-aircraft work and have two 18-inch torpedo tubes each. ' ; ' -) . Mrs. C. H.Howell Dies in Detroit- Former resident, of Ottawa for many , years, : Mrs. c. H. Howell died on -Tuesday at a Detroit hos pital in her 54th year. ' Born in Ottawa,. Mrs. Howell was the former Victoria (Tory) Manners, a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Manners. Mr. and Mrs. Howell moved to Detroit about 12 years ago. While resld ing here Mrs. Howell atended St Paul's-Eastern Church. Surviving are her husband: one daughter, Mrs. JE. C. Bethune, end one son, Maynard C Howell, both of Detroit; three sisters, Mrs. J. F. Moffat of North Gower; Mrs., M, Eaton, of Los Angeles, Calif, and Mrs. V. A. Lavole, of Ottawa; two brothers, George Manners, of Ottawa, and W. J. Manners, of Ste. Anne de Bellevue, Que- and three grandchildren.' The funeral was held this after noon In Detroit . Mrs. Peter Donaldson Deeply Mourned ; Final tribute was paid by relatives, and friends to Mrs. Peter Donaldson, 60 Rosedale avenue, at her funeral Wednesday afternoon.. -Mrs. Donaldson died at her home on Monday, after three months illness, in her eetb year.-: Service was conducted In the home by 'Rev. M. L. Orchard, minister of Fourth Avenue Baptist Church, where she attended. Interment was in Pinecrest ceme tery.'. - . . ' - - . ' " Chief mourners and surviving relatives were three daughters. Mrs. E. A. Lester, Mrs. Edward Bellinger, and Mrs. Emma Thomp son: a brother, William Lester, and sister, Mrs. Eva Welch, all of Ottawa; and seven grand children. In : addition to private .floral tributes . received in token of esteem were those from Ladies' Knitting Club ; and . Neighbors; Neighbors; .and Fourth Avenue Baptist Church. Many Attend Funeral Of, Duncan McDonald Tribute to the memory of Dun can McDonald, engineer at tne central police station, was paid at bis funeral by a large gathering oi friends Wednesdsy afternoon. The. funeral was. held from the parlors of McEvoy Brothers, 235 Kent street Interment was at Merivale cemetery. Rev. Dr. W W. McNalrn, of St Paul's Eastern United Church, conducted the ser vice. . Representatives of the Canadian Pacific and New York Centra) railways, and members of the Orange Order were present at the service, along with a large num ber ouriends and relatives. Chief mourners, in addition to his widow, the former Mary Ann Hodglns, were three sons, Con. stable H. J. McDonald, of the R.CM.PI at St Walbura-. Sask Wesley McDonald, of the Ottawa Car and Aircraft Co- and Harvey McDonald, with the R.CAT, Up lands. , Tmt Yugoslav Sub I T whole year on showing they had worked for eight weeks on the farms. . . - Mr. Atkinsbn said that 15 other Students had left to take up various forms of war work, and two had enlisted In Jie Royal Canadian Engineers. . Of the 25 who registered at Lisgar Collegiate, 18 students had left to engage in farm work, about half of them being county pupils who lived won farms, said Principal J. J. Dunlop. Two other students had left to work in munitions factories. . - ; ; - Hopes Spain, Portugal To Be Spared War' LONDON, May 1(B.UJ.) Under - Secretary of F o r e i g n Affairs Richard Butler said In a written reply to a question In the House of Commons today that Britain hoped Spain and Portugal would be spared the horrors of war. ' He charged that Germany was penetrating the Iberian Peninsula and dented that Britain planned intervention in Portugal and Spain. Turkish Reservists ailed lo Colors - ISTANBUL, Turkey, May 1. (B.U.P.) Newspapers said today that Turkish reserves of the classes 1908 to 1910 must report to their respective military units between May 2 and June 23. It was said also that the military class of 1921 has been Called up for training. Government circle said that President General Ismet Inonu was planning to Inspect Turkish defence positions on ' the west coast !. . - - . - v .' . Lanarkshire Miners: In 'Stay-in' Strike LONDON, May 1, B.UJ.) Fifty Lanarkshire coal miners were engaged today May Day in a "stay-in" strike, believed to be the first of its kind in more than two years. ' Hundreds of fellow-miners con gregated at the pithead, but the management refused to permit them to send a delegation down to the strikers. i Strikes of any sort at present are Illegal in Britain. The Ministry of Labor has enforced the ban In recent Instances. j Collections at Ottawa ; Continue Upward A. M. Saunders, collector of the port of . Ottawa, reported today total revenue of $811,019.55 for the month of April, increase of $54,. 098.17 over the amount for April, 1940. . The excise tax revenue, largely the sales tax, accounted for $418,. 653.67 against $264,95549 in April, 1940, Increase of $153,698.08. Im port duty brought in $180,347.50, down $110,725.15; sales tax on Imports, $80,056.53, down $45,. 923JS4; but the excise tax on im ports showed an increase. This Is because In April last the 10 per. cent tax was not In effect There were smaller collections to make up the total: $13,794.13 In excise duty and $383.06 sundry, Indian Prince Gives Funds for Corvette , LONDON, May 1. The Admiralty' acknowledged today receipt of a gift of $867,300 from the Indian Prince, , the Nizam of Hyderabad, for construction of corvette, and announced one of the' ' patrol vessels now build ing would be named Hyderabad in his honor. , - AA S- i V " ?ou,wu rire loss a In Quebec City Blaze -'':.r.-- QUEBEC. Que., May 1-A fire that destroyed, three stores, i school, a beauty parlor and sev eral homes was brought under control today by firemen, mill. tary and local police and sailors after a several hour battle. Two firemen were Injured fighting the blaze, and damage was estimated at $80,000. The. destroyed block was on St John street in the business dis trict and was owned by C. E. Bolvin. . Two Are Electrocuted By Radio Aerial QUEBEC CITY, Que, May L Charles Roy, 55, and Lucille Cou- lombe, 12, were electrocuted and three others were critically Injured when they touched v radio aerial running across a high tension wire here today. Roy was helping the Coulombe family remove the aerial, which had fallen across the high tension wire, when he and the three chil dren and Mrs. Coulombe touched it Roy and the Coulombe girl were killed instantly; and Mrs. Coulombe and the two other children were so critically Injured that it was feared they may die. - seateaMNsetllaV 4sHA MMttflA VrMfc Meltt SjHMiy, ttw all itaMS knatim VeMC WIN 4$Mi setaWa HaWS WKH ItonwSy, ttw alt tMe Inatlm H ymu hmliM Ham. If fmt mt, timtf m4 th bw beak and sew wwwy will HIM. B sure and ak fof Mssts by th maktrt of Turns .4 v - for Aaa inanunon i U.S. Executives. 1 Start Carrying Out Hyde Park Pad HAMILTON, April JO. (CP) A party of prominent United States executives arrived here today and were greeted by representatives of the National .Defence -Department, Department of Munitions and Sup-! ply, the British Purchasing Commission and executives of 'Hamilton industrial-plants. -?'- 'i-j-vt--The group was escorted through large Hamilton industries and also inspected a plant at St Catharines. Tonight they left for Toronto and from there will proceed to Ottawa and Quebec points. , . t k , The industrialists are expected to take back reports on Canadian war industries, 1st connection with the Hyde Park agreement between Canada And the United States which . provided for exchange el defence materials between the two countries. .. : - ; . Among the party were five offi cials of the United States Government four representatives of the British Purchasing - Commission, CoL Victor Sifton, master-general of the Ordnance at Ottawa, Col. G. P. Morrison, Canadian director of technical research, H. - J. I Car-michael, Director General of Munitions, . and Major General A. E. McRae, representing the Department of Munitions and Supply. Mrs. Crjtchley-Waring ; Bereaved of Mother : Word was received in Ottawa this morning of the death of Eleanor Caroline, widow of Baron Waring of Toats Cray. She was the mother of .-the. Hon.1 Mrs. Gladys Critchley - Waigng, of White Lodge Dunchurch, who is well-known in Ottawa, having been a visitor, here a number of years ago. ': rv : ' ''"!.-..' ; The Baroness died peacefully at the residence of her' daughter. The funeral service was held this afternoon and burial will be In Tunbridge Wells cemetery on Friday.. :.. ' ..j-j : Mrs. . Critchley-Waring is the widow of a distinguished officer in the Imperial Forces wh6 for a' time was aide-de-camp , to Viscount Allenby. The Baroness is survived by her daughter and several grandchildren. ,1' Canadian Cruiser Takes Nazis Off United States :X HONOLULU, AprU 30. (B.U. P.) A Canadian auxiliary-cruiser halted the United States ! liner President Garfield and took off four German aviators. , 1 1 . The incident was revealed by the American President Lines, which operate the President Garfield. The vessel sailed from Honolulu Friday. j. -1 k; .; .... - l; ine company saia me rreudent Garfield was stopped yesterday 4M mues norweasi oi Honolulu, a boarding party from the auxiliary cruiser took off the Germans after examining the Garfield's passenger list . -.'.' V . i,.-r WV-The four Germans, former ly operating In the commercial ail service in South America, had been detained by the United States Immigration service slnbe last August. They were released to board the President Garfield In San Fran cisco last Friday, under authority of the U.S. State Department ) The flyers are Ewald Flescb. Werner Naumar, Hans Sandkamm and Guenther Katzke. . ! . They had been taken in custody on their arrival In the United States from Colombia because the Japanese Steamship Line, Nippon Yusen Kaisha. refused to Y carry them across the Pacific. k Japanese steamships lines have refused to carry German nationals of military age tor fear of the Brit ish blockade ever since a British warcraft stopped and boarded the liner Asama Maru 13 months ago to lane oir a group of young Germans. : i Utmosf Coartcsy Shown, j HONOLULU. May !. ( Capt F.' W, .Richardson, of the United States Bureau of Marine Inspection and Navigation, said here today a .British boarding party' which removed four 'German aviators from the American liner President Garfield conducted itself with the utmost courtesy. -Some distance from Honolulu, the .President Garfield was halted by a British i auxiliary cruiser Wednesday. "The cruiser came dashing over the horizon at about 22 knots", 'said Richardson. "Everything was done. In the Smoothest manner and with no confusion. . .- "The cruiser -signalled us with its blinker to stop. When it came closer a voice was heard by loud speaker telling "us to put down a ladder. ' ; - k ; .' "A cutter was lowered from the' cruiser and rowed 1 toward the President Garfield. A three-striper (commander) came i aboard alone. Just after that came another cutter with two officers and men. all with sldearms. The passengers were quite excited, j "One of the Germans took quite YOUR EYES should be axamlntd to check eyMtraln IN TODAY. 190 Sparki St. 2-2623 Injuries Fatal To Ai Parisien Aime Parisien. 30. of Navan. diei In ,the General Hospital at seven o'clock Wednesday nlg"hi from injuries suffered in a head- on collision near Navan,., Sunday night-- i -. . .. Parisien was the driver of one of .the cars In . which seven were injured including two of his children, on ithe Cyrville road. Coroner Dr. W. T.'Shirreff announced that as a traffic charge had been laid In connection with the accident no inquest would be held. 1 Hospital i authorities reported that four-year-old Jean Parisien regained i consciousness for j the first time- since Sunday, : early Wednesday evening ' about j the time his fatherl died, The young child suffered a fractured heck, paralysis of the left side and: leg. severe Iterations and shock. Jacqueline Parisien, eight years ; old. also showed Improvement r V ' i Aime Parisien was a son of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Parisien, who live on the Cyrville road west of' Navan. , He was born there ; and Uved in, -the district all his life. He was married 10 years ago to the former Irene Desjardins. who. survives him. : .- - X Survivors, in addition to his parents, iwidow, and two children in the hospital,' are, - two - other young children, Jacques and Fer-nand; two brothers, ArmandT of Eaatview. and Luden, at home; nine sisters, Mrs. Ernest Lefebvre. OtUw; Mrs. Aime Gauthier. Or leans; Mrs. Germalne Segouln, Eastview; Mrs. Elisse Bourcle. Ottawa;. Mrs. Paul Desjardins. Navan; and Yvonne, Lucia, Pris-cilla, Noella, all, at home. Former Aylmer Rector Dies in Montreal MONTREAL, April 30. KB nev, xxigar rereivai Judge,; 76. acting secretary of the Montreal Diocesan Theoloeical Collnff tmm 1926 until 1940, died at his home waay after a lengthy Ukaess. Mr Judse entered the Anslican .'mfn. istry in 1891 and held charges at Ayimer i and at Brome-Sutton JuncUon In the early years of bis priesthood. He is survived hv hi widow, two sons and a. daughter. au residents oi Montreal. a little time to find because he was on the upper deck. I don't think he was hiding. ,.; "The j Germans went Jo their cabins and packed, with armed guards watching, while other bag. gage was taken out of the baggage rooms.! .Then the Germans -were taken to a cutter! and rowed to the cruiser.- j-.'-f u;Hk Other passengers said Cap-r : tain rt nrphy. ef the President j Garfield, was ordered sot to i take photographs ef the cruis er or the removal of the Ger-mans, bat that the order was not obeyed by erew members and passengersi ;:. " i ; Captain Murphy said the auxil Iary cruiser appeared on the President Garfield's starboard -bow at 22 1 pjn. flying signal flags notifying the President Garfield to heave to for boarding and that he immediately rang the stop sig nal to the engine room, He said a British officer asked for the passenger list and that he referred the officer to the purser. He said the President Garfield resumed its course1 at 3.42 pjnn one hour and 10 minutes after the first, notice to halt - i . ; t : ! -.) ' : . i Educated at Kingston; Sir; Dudley Ridout Dies ,l LONDON, April 30. CP) - Major Gen. Sir Dudley Ridout 75 retired army officer who -was edu cated at Kingston Collegiate Insti tute. and Royal MiuUry College, Kingston, Ont, died today. Gen. Ridout served In the South African and First Great Wars and at one time .commanded troops .in the Straits Settlements. He retired in 1924 and has since devoted most of his time to hospital and disabled soldiers work. - . , MRS. F. L. RICHARDSON. - RICHMOND, April 30(Spe-dal) The death occurred last night In the Civic Hospital, Ot tawa of Mrs. F.. L. Richardson, the former Nellie Bradley, eldest daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bradley,' of Hazeldean. aged 69 years. . ! ":-'.---'r:'. . -Mrs. Richardson was ill but short I while and had been removed to the hospital several days so. -j --: -..:. . : Born and educated at Hazel-deanJ She was in her girlhood closely associated with church and community work at Hazeldean Many years ago, she married Mr. Richardson, also of Hazeldean, and came to this place to reside. and had lived here since. ' She ! wasa greatly' interested her home and was' a member St John's Anglican Church here. j She ; leaves to ' mourn besides her husband; two brothers, Albert Brsdley, now in England, and Dr. Sydney W. Bradley, of. Ottawa two sisters, Mrs. B. Heron (Har riet), of Vancouver, and . Mrs. Kirkland (Laura),- of Toronto; several nieces and nephews. The body was removed to Tubman's undertaking parlors, .West-boro, from where the funeral will be held on . Thursday at 2 pjn with service conducted by Rev. J. W. R. Meakin, rector of St John' Church, here. V ' ' Interment will take place in Clark's cemetery, Hazeldean. KILLER OF THREE DIES. TORONTO. April 30. 3 Valentine. Shortis, 70, who kUd three 'men and wounded a third In Valleyfield, Que., nearly half a century ago, dropped dead In Toronto druj star todv . WHIPPED BOY KILLS DAD. WAYNESBORO. Ga.,' April 3a Angered by a whipping, 12-year-old Robert Messet killed his O sunshine makes 1 J iilffe ' I I - - i - - ! . - 1 ( . Th pofs writ Ihtir pocmr ' i . Just as my sunny, recipes i Make happier smiling Hemetl - HINTS FOR HAPPY HOMESTERS I Husbands axe like thatl Neglect 'em, and just like tabbies, they stay out all night. Treat 'em kindly 'and they purr so loud... you just can't get them away from the fire-place and the old easy chair. ' One swell way to hare a home-at-six hubby is to surprise the creature every so often with swell things like cake shining with Cocoa-Mocha Frosting made from Eagle Brand Sweetened Condensed Milk: Cecee MecKsi Frestinfl cup Eagle Brand Sweetened - 1 teaspoon vanflla l Condensed Milk iH cups Vang sugar : 1)4 tablespoons strong, black coffee - 2 teaspoons cocoa Blend sweetened condensed milk, strong black coffee, and vanilla. Add icing sugar and cocoa, which have been, sifted together-Blend thoroughly. Spread on cold cake.. ; ; NOTE: This recipe makes enough frosting to cover tops of t ' (9-inch) layers or top and sides of loaf cake, or about 18 cup cakes, - Six to choose from; .. (jXiy - ; ' -I i smart girls knew I Baumert Cheeses ;Vi 3 tF . Six fo choose from smart girls knew Saunter Cheeses 'steal the shawl" MEET THE BAUMERTS I ' They're really superior i cheeses, made by experts, and they iow it! They've I been churned to perfection from fresh, cream; every one of .them has that tempting full-flavoured some-thing-youll-remembcr! There are six .in the Baumert family Plain, Relish, Pimento, Pineapple, Roquefort, and the new Camembert-r-ask for them, call 'em by name and they'll like it '. . PREMIUM PARADE I I know 111 never be rich. ' but honest, I just cant help inviting all you folks to get in early on the newest Borden FREE GIFT plan! ' I want (more of you folks to realize how good Borden's Evaporated Milk (Silver Cow Brand) really is! Save .", the wrappers from Silver Cow and you can take your . pick of scores of lovely premium) absO-Borden-utcly ,. FREE! - You can pile up your wrapper-credits lota i faster if you save Eagle Brand wrappers as well! " . !' - . . reaktasf luncneen, ainner, swppr Here's tha world's best WwUder-upperl ; ; PLAY-TONIC LOVE I Most spring tonics taste -l like cold spinach juice with a dash of ipecac but there's one of 'em tastes like Nectar, the Drink of the ! Rnrrfm'i rhomlate Malted Milk! Kid- ; dies just love it rich, nourishment, riot or coia, us equally delicious! Many a poet woos Borden's merry Moos I Good-bye Now ! father at their farm home, Deputy Sheriff; O. J. Cliatt said today. ' The .boy was jailed here a a murde'r. charge. . , th ft wars bUoim , 1; V; . ; ... so will you! . - , 1 chocolatey and chockful of 'iXx : iT - Ij ... -v i ' J i

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