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Citizen Phones: Queen 5500. THE EVENING CITIZEN, OTTAWA, ONT, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1936. PAGE 3 Lord Mayor's Show Is Aimed To Aid Defence Associated Press. LONDON, Nov. 9. Sir George Thomas Broadbridge, accompanied by a parade which illustrated the City's military history, rode to the Law Courts in the historic old coach "Gingerbread" to be sworn In today by the Lord Chief Justice as Lord Mayor of London. The parade, highlight of the annual "Lord Mayor's Day," drew thousands to the narrow streets. Following the ceremonies at the Law Courts, the new Lord Mayor, accompanied by sheriffs and other city dignitaries, led the procession back Into the heart of the "City." Reliving the days when London merchants, in Elizabethan war finery, hurried to repulse the Spanish Armada, the pageant presented troops as they have appeared to London for four centuries. Veterans In Line. Along with the brilliant uniforms of "the City of London trained bands" when they were reviewed by Queen Elizabeth, the Lord Mayor's show included khaki-clad veterans of the Great War. The decision to take "The City Cf London and the defence of the realm" as the subject for this year's pageant was part of i nation-wide campaign to stimu lata 8rmv recruitine. Despite numerous liberalizations of strict riisr.iniine in the British army slow progress has been made in building up its strengtn. To HpId Recruiting. J. Dixon Taylor, in charge of the arrangements, said: "Sn fur as I remember and have been .associated with 57 shows this is the first time the show has had-a basically military or 'defence' character except, 01 course, for the war years. "We hope that this year's pageant will be of "use in attract ing men to tne colors, ana particularly to the Territorials." The Lord Mavor's and sheriffs committee of the City of London has planned a banquet at the Guildhall tonight. Prime Minister Baldwin will deliver a speech outlining future policies. Lord mayors in various other riHps tnolc office today. Among them were alderman and former member of the House of Commons Joseph Toole In Manchester; Tom Coombs in Leeds: Aid. F. Holmes in Hull: Aid. G. R. Carter in Bradford: Ald. John Grantham In Newcastle and Herbert Fraser in Norwich. Father Likely to Die, Blaze Took Lives of 5 Children Canadian Press. TTMMINS, Nov. 9. Arthur Charbonneau, father of five children ,who perished in a fire that destroyed his home Saturday night, has little chance to recover, Dr. C. E. Taylor, said today. Charbonneau is in St. Mary's hospital here. More than 50 per cent of the skin area of his body was burned. Five of Charbonneau's six chil dren died by smoke or flame. A coal oil can exploded and set the our-rojm frame house afire. Ten minutes after an alarm, firemen put out the fire. They found two charred bodies in the living room downstairs. Three children were tramed in a bedroom upstairs. Ten-vear-old Reginald Char bonneau escaped from the blaze that swept through the four-room structure after , a coal oil can exploded when the father attempted to speed the progress of a fire in the living room siove Mrs. Charbonneau was shopping at the time. " Twins Perish. The dead: Helen and Aline, nine - year - old twins: Patricia, seven; Kate, two; Kenneth, two months. When the explosion occurred, the lad who escaped was on the stairs. The two youngest children were downstairs with their father and the other three were upstairs In a back bedroom asleep. The boy who escaped ran to his grandmother's home nearby. An alarm was turned in and when firemen arrived, flames were leaping from the doors and windows and sweep lng the interior of the building. Firemen Forced Back. Firemen attempted to enter when they were told children were In the house but were forced back by flames and smoke. When the water was turned on the lire was quickly extinguished. Firemen then entered the house and found the infant's body burned almost beyond recognition on the living room table. The body of two-year-old Kate was found in the same condition on the living room floor. In the up stairs bedroom one of the children was found on a bed and the other two on the floor. Clothing Afire. Charbonneau himself dashed from his blazing home Just as the firemen arrived. His clothes were afire. The flames were smothered by firemen and he was rushed to hospital. A call for medical aid brought six doctors, who were present when the bodies of the children were removed from the home, Artificial respiration was applied on several of the children for an hour and 35 minutes but to no avail. Takes News Bravely. Mrs. Charbonneau took the news bravely. She was taken to her mother's home, together with the 10-year-old lad who escaped The youngster who escaped afterwards said he got out through the front door, but before he ran out he had attempted to save the baby, who was lying, on the table. The interior of the house, two rooms downstairs and two rooms upstairs, was completely charred by the fire, but the exterior was not damaged. "obituary i .... I - "Adam and Fallen Man" Lesson-Sermon Subject "Adam and fallen man" was the subject of the Lesson-Sermon for Christian Science churches on Sunday. The Golden Text was, "They which are the children of the flesh, these are not the children of God." (Romans 9:8). Selections from the Bible included the following from Romans 8:9: "But ye are not in the flesh, but in the Spirit, if so be that the Spirit of God dwell in you. Now if any man have not the Spirit of Christ, he is none of his." Correlative citations from the Christian Science textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures," included the following from page 470: "God is the creator of man. and. the divine Principle of man remaining perfect, the divine idei or reflection, man, remains perfect. Man is the expression of God's being." Aa Inquest will be held, but no dat has yet b?en set. No funeral arrangements havi yet been made. MRS. CHARLES H. McMORROW The deep regret of a wide circle of friends over the death on Saturday of Mrs. McMorrow, widow of Charles H. McMorrow and highly respected and life long resident of Sandy Hill, was mani fested by the large attendance at the funeral this morning. The cortege proceeded from her late home, 663 King Edward avenue,-to St. Joseph's church for requiem high mass at eight o'clock, which was chanted by Rev. Father Lome Reynolds, of St. Mar garet Mary's church and nephew of Mrs. McMorrow. Present in the sanctuary were Rev. Father P. J. Phelan, O.M.I.. parish priest of St. Joseph's church, and Rev. Father J. Sullivan, O.M.I. Interment took place in Notre Dame cemetery where Rev. Father Sullivan said the prayers at the graveside, assisted by Rev. Father Reynolds. Among the many floral offerings, telegrams and message of regret received. Indicating the esteem in which Mrs. McMorrow was held, were tributes from the staff of the British ministry of pensions; firm of Cumming and Mahoney; friends in the Department of National Defence and staff of Cumming and Mahoney. MRS. PIERRE GRANDMAITRE Many friends and sympathizers attended the funeral this morning of Mrs. Grandmaitre, widow of Pierre Grandmaitre and lifelong resident of Ottawa, who died on Friday. The mourners proceeded from the home of her stepson. Leon Grandmaitre, 15 Olmstead street north, Eastview, to Notre Dame de Lourdes church, where requiem high mass was chanted by Rev. Father O. Perrier. He was assisted by Rev. Father E. Du charme as deacon and Rev. Father A. BouthiUier as sub-deacon. In terment took place in Notre Dame cemetery. Among the many floral and spiritual offerings received were tributes from the Third Order of St. Francis and the Holy Rosary Community Association. CALLING ALL DOGS ! By Albert Pavson Tcrhune MICHAEL BACHES. Michael Backes, resident of the dis trict for the pant 19 years, died on Saturday at a local hospital after an Illness of several days. He vas born In Belgium 62 years ago and lived his early life there. Latterly he had lived at Plpervllle near South Gloucester and was a parishioner of South Gloucester Catholic church. Surviving are his widow; four daugh ters, Mary, Eva, Laura and Edith Backes, and one son, Fred Backes. at home: four brothers. Peter, B.C.; Amos, Ottawa; John, New York stats: William Backes. Gloucester; three sisters, Mrs Lurges. Billings Bridge; Miss Jennie Backes, Hull; Mrs. John Lecuyer, New York. The funeral was from his late residence, Plpervllle, Ont., for requiem high mass at South Gloucester Catho lic church at 10 o'clock this morning by Rev. Father Frank Corkery, parish priest. Interment was In the parish cemetery. Midnight, Famed Horse of Many Rodeos, Dead Associated Press. JOHNSTOWN. Colo., Nov. 9. Midnight, famed bucking horse which was not ridden for 14 years by the best riders of Canada and the United States but was gentle off the rodeo grounds, is dead. The 20-year-old "devil horse" died of infirmities at the ranch of his owners, McCarthy and Elliott, near here. Midnight had been in luxurious retirement three years. Donations For West It was announced in several Anglican churches of the city yesterday that those who wish to contribute towards the carload of canned goods- which is being sent from Ottawa for the relief of those who are suffering in Western Can ada as a result of the drought during the past summer will have the opportunity to send their donations to their respective churches up to Wednesday, it is hoped that the car will be despatched the following day. How Your Dog is "Different." There are many bigger differences between you and your dog than. the fact he has twice as many legs as you have. Here, are a few: You have thirty-two teeth. Your dog has forty-two. Your normal temperature is about nlnety-eight-and-a-half. His is one-hundred -and-one-and-a-half "which would mean fever for you. You perspire through every pore in your body. A dog has to do all his perspiring through his tongue. That is why he pants and his tongue drips when he has been running fast or is excited or scared. Yes, and that is why he needs to drink water so often in hot weather, and why a tight muzzle is torture to him. His sense of smell is Infinitely stronger than yours. So is his hearing. But he can't see as far or as distinctly as you do. Put him in front of a mirror. Not one dog in fifty is at all interested in it, His eyes tell him another dog is there. But his scent and his hear ing tell' him there is not. He believes his nose and ears, and he discredits his eyes. 'Tailing All Dogs" appears every day in The Evening Citizen. Copyright 1936. Dr. Radford Was Lanark Co. Native Canadian Press. galt. Nov. 9. Residents of Gait today mourned the death of Dr. J. H. Radford, a man whom they had honored in life with every office within their gift. Dr. Radford, acting medical of. fleer of health, was found dead in the bathroom. of his home yester day morning. It is believed he died the previous night, while pre paring to retire. He was 79 years or age. During his 56 years of residence here, Dr. Radford served Gait in one capacity or another for 53 years. He had an enviable reputation in medical circles, having performed the first appendix operation in Waterloo county. He assisted at 4,000 births with but four maternal deaths. Son of a Lanark county farmer, Dr. Radford received his primary education at a rural school before going to nearby Perth to attend the collegiate. He was a graduate of the University of Toronto and came to Gait in 1880 to set up In practice. , He embarked upon a career In municipal politics as a member of the school board In 1883 and since that time had served on the town council for li years; was mayor for three successive years; a member of the water commission, the library board and later medical officer of health. Appointed to the chairmanship of the welfare board, Dr. Radford was preparing to run as alderman when death intervened. He was a past president of the Ontario Medical Health Officers' Associa tion. One ' daughter, Mrs. A. M. Stuart, city, and two grandchil dren survive. ,. Vancouver Boxer Is Killed in 6. C. Mine Canadian Press. BRIDGE RIVER. B.C., Nov. 9. Eddie Ivory, well known Vancouver professional boxer, was killed yesterday while working in the Minton mine near here. An investigation by the inspector of mines was ordered today into the acci dent, details of which were not known. Ivory came to the district a week ago for a benefit boxing per formance and decided to remain when he obtained employment He boxed again Saturday night, scoring a decision over Sidney Brent, colored welterweight from Seattle. Consolidated Alining Company Official Dies Canadian Press. TRAIL, B.C., Nov. 9. George Murray, 46, assistant general su perintendent of the Consolidated Mining and Smelting Company here, died in hospital at midnight Saturday. He had been In good health un til last Thursday when he attended the company's staff luncheon, after which he was stricken and taken to hospital. Ills eldest son, George, a student at the University of Alberta, was flown here from Edmonton Friday when the seriousness of his father's condition became known. Mrs. Murray, daughter of the late R. L. Richardson of the Win nipeg Tribune, was at her husband's bedside when death occurred. At St. Margaret's Church Men of St. Margaret's Anglican church, Eastview, have recently completed the work of enlarging St. Lucy's hall, Overbrook, where the smaller children of that section of the parish attend Sunday school. In celebration of the event, an enjoyable card-party for those who gave of their time and labor was held on Saturday evening under the chairmanship of John Burton, warden of the church. Wounded by Bandit WINNIPEG, Nov. 9. O. Kota-sek was struck In the arm early yesterday by one of two bullet fired by a bandit who, with a companion, had attempted to force Kotasek into an automobile as he was leaving his 8herbrook street butcher shop. He was not wounded seriously. The bandits fled without money. When you think of a new home think of the "Real Estate" ads in the Classified Section. , Two Ushers Taken To Hospital After Bridal Car Crash Canadian Press. TORONTO, Nov. 9. From a wedding celebration to hospital beds under police guard went two young ushers after they had al-ledgedly taken the car used by the bride and groom and started on a joy ride that ended up a blind alley after police had stopped one of the men with a revolver shot. Fraser Atkinson, 23, was shot through the thigh and Roy Cole, 23, has 23 stitches in his face, neck and scalp after he had crashed through the windshield of the car. Both are charged with stealing a car from outside St, Mark's church. Ruth Fountain, 24, Toronto, who was riding with the men when police ordered the car to stop, was arrested on a vagrancy charge. Attending Wedding. Early Saturday night, the two men were attending a wedding reception at St. Mark's parish hall. They are alleged to have left the wedding narty and taken the berlbboned bridal car from In front of the church. They picked up the young woman on the corner and later were spotted by police, patrolling "Auto Thief Alley," in the northwest section of the city. Police pursued the car at 60 miles an hour for seven blocks and then it roared up a blind street, went into a ditch at the end and hit a pile of earth. Thrown Through Windshield. Cole was thrown through the windshield and Atkinson, the driver, tried to run away. Police said they ordered him to stop and an officer fired a shot which struck the young man in the thigh and he crumpled to the ground. The two were taken to hospital under police guard. Dr. C. W. Harris, who attended Atkinson, said the bullet had only made a flesh wound and it was not serious. Hospital authorities believed Cole would also recover. The girl was only slightly hurt in the crash. The groom was a lifelong friend of the two men. At Ottawa University. Arthur Laurendeau, of Montreal, director of "L'Action Nation-ale," was the guest speaker at a meeting of The Society of Conferences of the University of Ottawa held Sunday afternoon at the Academic hall, Wilbrod street. Mr. Laurendeau was introduced by Leopold Richer. His lecture was entitled "A la recherche d'une mystique." Dr. Seraphin Marion, president of the society, was in the chair. An enjoyable musical program was provided by Jean Paul Bourque, baritone, and Yvon Bar- rette, pianist. Bishop Midland Visitor His Excellency Bishop Michaud, vicar apostolic of Uganda, East Africa, was a visitor to the city over the week-end and preached at the solemn high mass at the Basilica on Sunday. A Canadian missionary bishop, Mgr. Michaud spoke on work accomplished In the Uganda district. Mgr. Michaud left Sunday afternoon for Montreal In company with His Excellency Archbishop J. G. Forbes, of Ottawa, to attend a celebration being held there in honor of the Uganda martyrs. Citizen Classified Ad service has! the endorsement of warm public approval. I Late Geo. C. Carrie Was a Leading Singer Canadian Press. ST. THOMAS, Ont., Nov. 9. George C. Carrie, one of Western Ontario's foremost singers and teachers, suffered a seizure while taking part in the Remembrance Day concert last night, and died less than pn hour later. A native of St. Thomas, Mr. Carrie early showed his musical talents. Disdaining a business career with his father, he went to New York and later to Italy, where he trained under the greatest singers of the day. A personal friend of Edward Johnson, manager of the Metropolitan Opera Company, he sang opera and concert programs till he retired to St. Thomas to take on less strenuous work of teaching and singing, As a director of group singing, he had few equals. His widow, four brothers and one sister survive. Change Garbage To Food for Pigs Associated Press. ' BERLIN, Nov. 9. The German government, as a part of its four-year self-sufficiency plan, today prepared to collect the country's kitchen garbage and transform it into pig food. General Hermann Goering, economic dictator, has ordered the Nazi relief services to create a huge organization to collect garbage, principally that left over in kitchens, the newspaper Der An-griff, organ of the Labor Front, announced. A large garbage can will be installed in each dwelling, it was said. The garbage will be removed, sterilized and transformed into food for swine. Large pig farms will be organized on the outskirts of all large cities in connection with the plan. "It is absolutely necessary that German housewives collaborate," the newspaper declared. "In collaborating they will contribute toward lessening the shortage of fats and create, so to speak, new values out of nothing." Soviet Anniversary Addresses on the status of wo men in Russia and the new Soviet constitution recently promulgated in that republic featured a meet ing and concert at the Hollywood Gardens last night held in celeb ration of the 19th anniversary of the Soviet revolution. Following a concert of Russian music given by a mandolin orches tra of fourteen children from the Ukrainian Workers' Organization. Miss Jennie Parker addressed a large gathering on the equal economic and political status accord ed women in Russia. An address on the new Soviet constitution was given by Harry Binder. Burgh Community Club Many members of the Burgh Community Club attended the weekly club night on Saturday. There were 20 tables of eucher played. J. T. McElroy and J, Tubman conducted the community singing. The president ex pressed on behalf of the club, their sympathy to George Robb in the death of his wife and W. H. Reynolds in the loss of his sister. The winners of the games were first, E. H. Hupp, A. Sanger and F. Cashen; second A. E. Thornton, W. Lillico and S. McConnell; consolation, W. J. Wilson, A. Redsell and A. Buske. It was announced that ladies' night would be held Thursday. Citizen Classified Ads. never waste words they state their offers concisely and clearly. STORM WTirnnwsRepaired Cleand We employ only reliable and experienced men. Wa take the entire responsibility; and QUEEN DtPeJO our PrlCM re low- Phone for an estimate. DIAMOND WINDOW CLEANING CO. M. Chopowlck Prop, s SAVE NOW BENEFIT BY SHOPPING EARLY IN THE WEEK Real Values FREE DELIVERY Phone Your Order irloin Steak Beef Chops Stew Beef Bone,eM Hamburg Steak lb. 21c lb. 25c lb. 10c Rib Lamb Chops Pork Tenderloin Pork Spareribs COMFORT SOAP 10 LUX TOILET SOAP RINSO Large Fkge. LUX Large Page. Aunt Jemima Maple Syrup Christie's Chocolates Iceberg Lettuce 2 Fancake ' Flour Old Colony V 16-m. Btle. Bar. 37C Bar 5C Each 20 C Kh 21 C pkgM. 31c 25c b 28c Hearts 13C Custom Officials f Query Taking of Medals I n t o U. S. , Associated Press. DETROIT. Nov. 9. A new idea, inaugurated this season, of Riving individual medals to members of the Stanley Cup hockey team, almost didn't work out so well. As it happened United States customs officials played a prominent part last niftht In the presentation before the champion Detroit Red Wings did battle with New York Rangers. President Frank Calder of the National League was to have the medals here from Toronto Sunday but to be sure they arrived in time for the opening ceremonies he dispatched them by messenger. A customs official could not understand why a man who lived In the United States should be taking medals from Canada into the U.S. to deliver them to young fellows who lived in Canada in the first place. "They want to present the medals to the Red Wings before the game," the American messenger endeavored to explain. The matter was finally cleared when higher customs officials were notified. These Names of Ours - SCALES' C Mount Sherwood Gun An enjoyable evening was spent by a large gathering at a six-handed eucher held Saturday night under the auspices of 'he Mount Sherwood Community Club. Thomas Wilkinson presided. Eucher prizes were won by Mrs. L. McDonald. Mrs. George Ardley, Thomas Stinson, Miss L. Sims, Mrs. D. Harvey, Mrs. G. Harvey, P. S. Sims, Mrs. Gordon and Mrs. McAndrew. Door prizes were drawn for by Mrs. Friel. By Augustus W. Dellqurst. SCALES. The name Scales occurs in the English records as far back as the 14th century. A Cumberland register dated 1333 lists "Thorn's del Scales" as one of the inhabitants. The name may be inter preted as meaning a shepherd's hut, or possibly a steep hill. It comes from an ancient Scandinavian or Norse word, "skali." In some Instances the origin of the name may have relation to other meanings of the word "scale," for example, to climb, to weigh or measure. The Latin word "scala" meant a ladder. Tomorrow: Ogden. (All rights reserved Triton Syndicate, Inc.) Bothered With Surpluses FOUNTAIN, Inn., S.C., Nov. 9. Fountain Inn has more money than it knows what to do with, so the town's surplus of $10,000 and the water commission surplus of $7,000 have become an election issue. The voters will decide' at the municipal election what to . do with the money. Clark Gable Will Portray Par n ell Without a Beard Associated Press. HOLLYWOOD, Nov. 9. Clark Gable, the tall, dark and handsome man of the movies, said yesterday that a beard Is about as romantic as yesterday's potatoes. So he has refused to wear one in portraying the role of Parnell, the Irish statesman, which is his next picture. "No beard," the actor told the studio, tersely. "Women don't like 'em." His director, John M. Stahl, has been pleading with Gable for more than a week to change his decision. Authenticity demands the chin whiskers. Stahl produced historical records to show that Solomon, King Henry VIII and Sir Walter Raleigh were bearded men. "And how about Henry of Navarre, who had whiskers and 65 authenticated girl friends? And what do you say to King Albert, the Strong? He had 365 children, and they erected a statue in Dresden, which still stands, in his honor." What Actresses Said. Gable merely replied that times changed, so on his own Initiative, the director took a poll of some of the actresses on the "lot." "Clark's right," Joan Crawford said, "how could you be interested in a man you'd never fully seen?" But Eleanor Powell, the lissome dancer, guessed that "it would be a new experience, anyway, to be kissed by a bearded man." And blonde Mary Carlisle, by way of reply, voiced what she said was a quotation: "A kiss without a beard ' is like celery without salt." But, said Gable. "No beard." Bryson-Graham COMPANY LIMITED "OTTAWA'S GREATEST STORE' CHILDREN! Great News from Santa Here is a copy of a telegram we've just received from dear old Santa him-self. .Ask one of the grown-ups to read it to you carefully so that you'll know what Santa says. Write your letter and send' it to , him now he'll need plenty of time to make the things you want for Christ-mat rmm . .ill u UA.W. cuts o Mviq otimo mmm orwswiu TM MUUOI ri at TMMNfrrio u rUlM11 TIUMAM CANADIAN TELECuA IATIOIJAL PHS Hm ernes. Tsmnvs. Ont. 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