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,TUE OTTAWA JOURNAL' ' THURSDAY, JUNE U, 1931. KNOX COLLEGE FROBLBINOW TIMNGOFPAST :rMbyterian An-mbl j Cooflnns Dr. T. cuan - , , MPrlgclpal, J't Caaaaaaa Press ay Sheet Wtre. . TOEOrfTO. June lA-Swiftly UK dramatically eetUlng tha locg-stand-. ing JUox CoUaga quattion this afternoon. 1h ganaral assembly ot tha Praabytarian Church, with oard-7j dissenting voice, eonflrmad Bev. -rr Thomas Eakia as- principal of Knox CoUaga and Bev. Dr. S. Uoyd Metro as professor ot systematic theology one year, i x.'Tne etrttlemenl followed ifarorx; between . tha Moderator, Rev. Dr. i. & Short, and lnterest-:'ad parti ca during tha noon adjoum-'meet It eama suddenly and el-: Boat anaxpactadlr, hut It raached a conclusion with- tha moating and '. handshaking of Dr. takta and Dr. .Morrow 1st front of tha commis- atoDara.'i Startles Cosasslsslsesrs. 2 Vmptcti'C a settlement seemed Cdim Indeed aa. tha Biodarator Startled - tha commissioners J whan (debate resumed in tha morning by ruling Dr. Banka Kelson's motion hat rrlnr"' - ' of Dr. Morrow Tout at order. Ha aaid a vacant tchalr could ardy ba llllad by nom-liaation of tha Knasj board of ad. tminlstretlon. Debate was than, adjourned. ' - 1 . t Just bafotwrm aeon adjourn, fment a slight gllmmar of hop cam with tha announcement of Rev. W. 5 A. J. Craham, Thoroid, Or, that tie iotanded tar move at a- future -aedenmt .for raconsidaratioB of tha rtakln quattion. This was fall owed ;by that modarator plea for a con. ? crane and Dr. Jfuwo' consent , Commissioners war lnf onnod as cthe aftamoon sadarunt eonrcnad "a Chappy sgiaamtnt had bean leeched." ; Mr. Graham introduced his motion, lit was sscondad by Ita. J. It Ore-ham, Sherbrooke, Quebec, and tha assembly spproved. i See-. Dr, A. 0. Bald. Toronto, ap-fproachrd In platform and moved "-"that Dr. Thomas Kakia 'ba con. Snrmad in his position aa principal inf Xnoa Ulaja that Dr. fc. Uoyd iMorrow ba eonflrmad as prof amor lot systamatfa thaology for ona yaar 5snd that iudiclal committaa ba Appointed to invaatlcata Dr. Mor. Jrow's aomplalnt and to report to ithe Bemt.ceneral asaambly, this 'committee to have full powers of -" to all nrevlous evidence and I acords regarding the former's com . . . . , . - 1! Xf I raphi seeay. see ear reswear, i ' " "" "" ' , rV T w KeAef jreaa .'.y f 4 Mitr vs auk a 1 & iafthaayeu 'lAY 4 KSsS'Sd's - 1 IB VV tv tbal skia p- r- JH J : .i?sffvss: J Mi . Dee-t Weill start if it RcMs fk TO . PAY i J J -ohasw. anas wat -w ataet with year aseraeal. " g sat, iwa' sea rateat laiiaiislisMl wean yea) srsep , ; flrsaway,,,. ,:; ;( :";,' '; L. LTD. Ill VWZHJ n. I, v WD" : 'J lss aLkM ta taa sssniat of ax -.t batches Big One -ThatGotAway" IIIDDLETOWN. Coon. June . II Edward FlUpetrick sought the "big om that got away." It' was le-pound .tripod bets. Hid to be one of the largest csught III years In this section ot the country and it took fits-Patrick 55 mlnutn to land his . estch. Not earing to moat skspr .tics without tha proof, JTitxpet.., rick hurried to MlddUtown and' , had the fish weighed on tha' scales at tha store of Mayor rrtdariek Bielefield. mlmiooM and commlttac with any new evidence that may bs se cured." m . CanMa ef Five. Tha report provided alto -that a aammlssion of five men with full aaaambly power In all matters rets tins to Knox Collage ba ap- nointad. and with further authority to effect if It deems desirable an exchange ot principals between Knox College and the Presbyterian College in Monu-eai. Tha mMerator ruled the motion in order. His morning ruling, he said, assumed the chair vacant, out if it was the assembly's opinion that tha Knox College position had not been fully vacated this motion did not come under tha morning rule. "If we can hirs these two gentlemen come on the platform and shake hands and my all is well and good, we will support the motion, said Rev. 1, T. Irwin. Neepawa. Rev. Dr. Robert John ton, Ottawa, told the assembly "soma of us didn't -sleep vary well, last night, adding, "we weren't gay. we ware sad? He thought they had coma to e time when for tha peace and prosperity et ine cnura they should do something te obtain unanimity. . .'. i Then the men over whom debate bad waged for so long Shook hands to bring the aeoaio w lie oramaue conclusion, '-v- ' jr - Amazing Example Mass Suggestion t ' ' Astetbted sesa'Caase. 8YDNXT. Australia, ' June 11 riftean Newcastle school children. declaring thamstlvas poisoned' by candy, .ware rushed, writhing agony, to hospital in ambulances today. " .'. ) 1 i i f ,; i ': Physicians hurriedly administered emergency treatments to reltevt their pain. As soon ss they had a chance, they examined the candies Which had been eaten. i The laboratory ex Deris nronoune. en tnem penacuy nai iiiiusa, - -An ... . r . . snuuung example tion," said a physician. !. 4 Wcaf&bff a antagsd a i i iiUv5llH!il 1 Francis Slattcry w Dies inNew York Cousin of WeU-Known i Peopla Ditf Otta Suddenly In V.8. His. many friends In Ottawa will ts leant of tha sudden death la New York City on Wediresday of Francis V. Blattery. prominent WsU street broker, who la related to the Mattery family in Ottawa. Slat-ery. "ho was known to a jMstof friends here on account of his fre t arlaila BA that CaoltaL had o In apparent good health for some time paei sn oieo aa heart attack.1 Ha was 44 years of age. if. aiattm waa the son of the late John Slattery. large reataurant owner in New York city, and Mrs. SlaUery. Jor marly .of Ottawa. Al. though na naa liveej ail nia in in New York, being in pertnershlp to the brokerage business with his brother. John J. Bisttery. Mr. lattery made trips to Ottawa every ninmar in viail relatives here. Mr. Buittery s suaoen oeeui was the fourth to strike tha family is the oast year. Only six months aao his brother. John Slstterr, of the Slattery Construction Company. New York City, died suddenly aa a result of heart attack. Ha leaves to mourn his death his wife; his mother, Mrs. Mary Blat tery, or Larcramoni. n.i, one Drainer. John J. Bletterr. New York. and the following cousins in Ottaws: John J. Slattery, William J. 81st-tarv. Bernard P. Blattery. Edward Thomas Slattery, Jamaa Gladstone Slattery. Mrs. John Orimea. sirs. N. K Hods ns. and Mrs. oeraia wall. John Slattery and Mrs. Hodfins left Ottawa this afternoon to attena the funeral in New York on oatur day. ... - t Your Family -:- Name Meant -: Wstek TVt fill la laak Sr. ; ARBUCRXX. Tha family name "Arbuckla' is one of the several cornipaons oc -Karbottle." It la believed that all the families which bear thia name have received it because of a former residence in the town of Harbottle. In Northumberland. Dtis place-name is derived from the Old English -herebetl" which means the army Ming.- The town in ojueauon was named because of the strong ly fortified castle around which It waa built. A London marriaga license of the year 1517 bears the name of a certain Kalph HarDoteu. ine apeu lng "Herboteir Is found at a somewhat earlier date. . ARCHIBALD. The personal and family name Archibald Ut common throughout Oseat Britain, and at found In the earliest records. However, u l oe-rived ultimately from aa Old Oer. aaanio rasrsonal - name. Ita basic meaninB ts "holy boU." but H has taken on such secondary meanings aa "holy prince" and "precious bold." In Scotland -Archibald'' has frequently been adopted aa tha equiva lent os we ramuy nana umoani because, tha andink "-bald" waa wrongly supposed to mean -Hairless" and "shaven." and waa therefore though to be the equivalent, of the Gaelic -gllle.- -uuie means "the shaven one,"' "the monk" and "the servant." . The real rnaanlng of Gillespie- is "the servant of the blahon. ' The Hundred Rolls In cludes the names of Roger Arke-bald and Richard Arkebolt Tha common modern Trench eojurvalent of this name ss -Arcraunosuii.-- in Germany rt In found aa "Arcben-hold." In Italy it la found with many variations, soma ca me com monest are -Aral nemo, -rcim- baido" and "Aecambaldo." - CepyrlakiaS by Tfle. Taarty A. PranrsrL . . Vail knM In'. Ottawa Xaid.' where she had lived for the last M years. Mrs. Emlle LaceUa died, yesterday at her realderiee, M Glen- carry roaa, m nev asm yesu. -Pum.bi Gloucester, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Augustin Potvin. Mrs. Lacelio- earn to Ottawa when - a child to aettle In Ottawa East. She attended the Holy Family Separate School and tha Water Street Con- rant. Upon leaving scnooi sne sir,, tend the employ of the Bell Tele phone Co, where she was engaged aa a lona distance operator. In lttO she married Emile LacelU, the ceremony taking place in Holy Fam ily church, wnicn tna oeceasea si tended. She wss a member of the Canadian Women's Fed era tion and at tha Ladles' or St. Ann. In addition to her husband ana is survived by eight children, Dom inique, Jean, Vincent ' Gerald. Gabrielle. Madeline, Claire - and Isabel, all at home: eight maters. Mrs, J. Clermont Mrs. A. Brule, Mrs. - t. J. Bruyera, Mrs. P. Clermont Mies Beatrice Potvin, all of Ottawa: Mrs. P. C Brniyere, of Em. bruiw Ont; Rev. Bister Mane Laurent and Rev. Sister Marguerite do M Croix, Sisters of the Sacred Heart Ottawa: two brothers, Jean Baptists Potvin and Augustin Pot vin. of Ottawa. The funeral win be held ft her home on Saturday morning at 7 45 o'clock to the Holy Family Church for requiem high mass at eight o'clock. Interment will be made In Notre Dame cemetery. MOB, APELIKE JTJNOr. PEMBROKE, Out- June 1 (Special). Tha death of Miss Adeline Junop, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Junop, well-known Wllber. fore residents, occurred this morning In Pembroke General hospital, where she had been confined for the past week. Miss Junop had' lerge circle of friends in 'the district who teamed, of her, death with deep regret-- .--., Born In Wllberforee township M years sro, she war brought up there and for the past six years had reeidln In Detroit. ' Besides parenuv she is survived by four brothers. Waalev. of Windsor: WU llsm. Allsa and Alfred at homo, and ihrea slaters, the Misses Miranda and Loretta. at home, nd Miss Agnes, of Toronto. . . ! The funeral will be held oft Sunday afternoon from her parents' home to the Evangelical Church. Wtlberforce, ana burial wut oe in the church eeuieteiy. . Rev. J B. Burns aril! officiate.' ' n t. ' PACES MtlROCJs CHARGE. '- MONTREAL. June 11 Charted With murdering Oraxielle Visas. M, whose bu lat-nddieei . anay ' found In the Tumble seat Of an abandoned roadster hen. some weeks sen, Joseph Alieero waa to-day ordered te stand trial before ni .eaalan af the Court of i King's Bench. wtuch wul be hsld Mrs. A, R. Meredith': ' h Elected Prailient ' . AlW.CT.U Meeting At the anal session of tha W.C T.U. of Ayhner. JIuU and Ptptaaau. held at the Aylmcr Onltad Cnun-h yesterday, (he following edkrars wecei aiaeteo: raooBrary presidents. Mrs, c buck, Toronto! airs. B. alack. Thurso; Mrs. H, P. Hudson. Avlmer: president, Mrs, A. Jl, Meredith. Aylmert flrst vlee-presidsnt. Mrs. Brnast Codling; second Tlee-arasl-dent, Mrs. A. Pratt; cerraapoodlnx secretary, Mrs. A. Latham: reeoreV ing secretary, Mrs. J. $. Hows. Tharso; L. T. L. secretary. Miss O, Morrison, Wakefield; treasurer, Mrs. zi. u. xorney. vtiawa. . . .... Reports of the various seesionj ware presented et the cotvsiudlns meeting, and a memorul service was held. Luncheon - waa served-' f or members at noon, the speakers be. ing Rev. L. Patterson, Rev. P. 'A. Allen, and Rev. X. Codling. During the memorial aerviee Mlas Dorothy white rendered vocal solos. Members were Invited ' to -attend next yeafs convention, which will be held at Wakefield. ... a e a "' - Ladies' Cellars ruWaaUea. - v . Graduation axarcisss of the Ottawa Ladles' Collage will bs held on Wednesday, June M, at half past sight o'clock In the assembly hau. On Sunday, June IT, at the evening service in Glebe Halted Church, special service tor the graduates will be preached by Rev. T. J. Thompson, BA, DJX The graduating class ts composed ot the following pupils: Class of 1S14 Margaret Elaine Bayman, Margaret . Louise Beck-Edith Louise Belford, Alice Mildred Bows sal. Barbara Joyce Burgess, Helen Merlon Burns, Doreen Velma rook. Estelle JLUlian Coplan. Doro thy Winifred Donaldson. Cleona Ida rsills, souian amsaoeui ascLoa Found. Alison Beatrice Olbb, Josephine Catherine Ellera GIU. Marion Inea Jackson. Dorothy Iran Lathe. Mary Elisabeth McCreary. Beasts MacLeod. Margaret Anne McVittle. Jean Milne My lea. Evelyn Lorna Naste, Pauline PetUt Smith. Mar. jorle Oeggie Watt Grace Dorothy Elizabeth Wooding. Commercial Certificates Mary Hopklnson, Inea Nalda . Knight Margaret rrederlca afaedalana Rows. - Rogers Evelyn nouaenoia ncience; veroncaTes Ruth Connell. Eleanor MacVanneL Elisabeth Smith, Will Vanderleck. , .e.. e ,r ... Chslmsra WJA "' ( '.'. , Chalmers Women's Missionary Society, afternoon auxiliary, held their dosing meeting of the season yesterday afternoon. Miss Jessie Dewar presided, and the worship service wss conducted by Mrs. J. D. Murray, followed by an enjoyable solo by Mrs, Venn. An Interesting address entitled "Signs of the Times" wss given by Rev. W. P. Crawford, in which be spoke of the relation ot Christianity to tha present world, crisis. Tea was served at tha close of the meeting and a social hour enjoyed. -'e ' Glebe raited WJLfl. r' At the meeting yesterday of the Women's Missionary Society of the Glebe United Church, the Baby Band members and their mothers end the Associate Helpers, were entertained. Mix. D. J.. Carson pre. sided and the devotions were cons ducted by Mrs. J, Turner. Mrs. a J. Prase convened the tee smngs snents, assisted by Mrs. J. McCul. lough, and Mrs. H. A. Honevman. Mrs. T. J. Thompson presided aver the prettily decorated tea table. - .e . ; !'1 Ladles Bible Cteaa. The monthly meeting of the Ladies' Bible Class ot Bell Street United Church was held at the home of Mrs. J. W. Boat 604 Arlington avenue. The president Mrs, George Cox on, was la tha chair. The activities of the class tor tne nest month were reviewed and plana for the future discussed. Mrs. William HoUlngton and Miss J. Cowsn led the devotional exercises. and Mrs. E. Morrison contributed several' alsaslng Vocal solos. A class picnic will be held on June 30. Assisting the hostess In serv ing refreshments were Mrs. W. Hsmmelt Miss Ruth Moore, Miss Dolly Bosl and Miss Vers Kennedy. Circle. t i The June meeting of the Whatso ever Circle of The King's Daugh- was a most enjoyable one when the members were the guests of Mrs. P. AshfMd, at Tenses, The president Mrs. F, A. Jonas, who was a delegate to tne convention of King's . Daughters in Montreal gave an Interesting report of the leeemruts: - Assistance will be given the Fresh Air Cottage, and plans were mace lor uie Autumn Wasterm Caltad WA. ' Circle Na 'of the Women's Association of Western United Church held an enjoyable meeting M the Summer home of Mrs, O Doherty. Woodroffe. Mrs. W. E. Booth presided, and Mrs. Thomas Brown conducted tne oevotlons. Reports of the officers were en eoursxing. Mrs. T. Miller invited the circle to her Summer home at Britannia for the first meeting of the AUtumn. Refreshments ware served by tna hostess, esaistrd by Mrs. W. 8. Larmour, Mrs. H. W. Corrlgall and Mrt. H. Barflett ' Lawn Mowers made to cut - we sharpen sheer te last, because we grind them sharper than new. Our work la worth. same usuausv vs oo v BAKER'S SHARPENING WORKS UekMaHas aa eiass n s IIS BANK BTRBET. 4). STU FOR THE BEST 35c 'je.-- MEAL v Ibm City lit Hit,' ' PLAZA ItA ROOM ' Next Rsgssd Theaers - PKOTBCT TOtTB ROOP FROM ... BCMMf.B SUNS ' ' . ,-, . "mm BPBJNO RAINS ' ' - wna . ' Barrett EverUatW Shlnftes the leeel rveene. Oesa aa neM over the eld roof. Color - Economy and Prrtioe. Aek fee tree aau. anate. Ne eonsaneai. . . 1 BAHRETT 03. " - ir, coat, aa .; m n i si rruas MCAisauMlf. - a IN. aAgronomesHear OfNewMethbds Party Trom Western Y bee on Visit toJKjperl- menisi rrm. A Held dm j, .tor "Alronomes," French -speaking agriculturists from western Quebec wssv held at tha Central Experimental' Farm today. The day was spent in visiting ma various divisions and examining, the many dtmosistrations being conducted, with explanations by experts of the most recent methods of eelenti&e farming. - The day's activities began at I JO with a general tour of the Pans) in automobiles. Tha tobacco plots were visited Brat where a demonstration wss directed by Dr. N. T. Nelson. Following were vtaita to the brooBer plant and to tha Bax and hemp plots, instruction being given by Aims Laf ranee and J. Hutchinson. A demonstration on Hw.u imj.i .mil j, niut yi... hum of the dairy cattle picture experi ments was conducted by Dr. r. a. Hopkins, head of tha Fleld"Hua-bendry Division 'Of the Farm. Tha forage crops, poultry plants, hedges and flower garden were examined in turn under the direction of R. I. Hamilton, George Robertson, and a Raid. Following lunch In the auditor lum, at which Dr. E. 8. Archibald, director of the Farm, and F. M. Savoie welcomed the visitors in English and French, a visit followed to tha seed cleaning plant and cereal breeding and trial plots under tha direction, of J. G. C. Fraser. Tha Farm buildings, cattle, horses, swine and hog pastures were visited, with explanations by George Muir end P. E. Sylvestrc, the vegetable garden and orchard, by F. Ritchie. The dajr closed with s business meeting of groups st the main building and discussions of various farm problems. The conference was under the general leadership of Dr. L. P. Roy. Director of Branches, Department of Agriculture, Quebec, and F. M. Savoie, Director of Agriculturists. Send Trio to Trial InGbbourneCase Csasetsa Press by Direct Wlrs. MERRRTT, B.C. June 11. Rich ardson. Eneas and Alex. George, Indian brothers of the Cant ord reserve, were committed by Magistrate A. G. Freeze today to stand trial at Vernon. B.C. assizes June 26, on a charge of murdering -Indian Department Constable F, H. Giabourne, formerly of Ottawa, at the reserve on or about May 24. The three Indians left at once under heavy police guard for Oak-alla Jait where they will await trial. Joseph George, fourth brother accused of murder. Is under medical care in Vancouver and a further remand In his case wss granted today until June 11. EX ALL DRUG STORES Mid-Month Sale THURSDAY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Frwh Crispy v Salted Peacats The Big Jaaaba Etna 15c lb KLEENEX MINERAL OO, IB ee. i. atXirrHOLATtTsf . . bncts fruit SALTS, large.,... WLK OP ' 49c 37c 63c :29c ;.9c MAGNESIA, 14 sa.. , POWDER , JPUPFS. ;'........., WASH CWrTHaC.... ' OERMOLENR . ' OINTMENT '..... corn .. . - EMULSION AVER'S ..(. ASPIRIN 9c 44c 79c 22c ICC P. O. -''tar SOAP ........ 9 . ' ' t'er 35c OXTDOL KIRK'S .7" CABTOLI ........ 5c 2I25C 19c PRAR'S - s SOAP ...i.... CTJTICURA .i SOAP -i.. ..... PALMOUVB pfsr 5T23C SOAP IT ANA . TOOTS PASTE DODO'S . ; mti PHXB......3 39c $1X3 rmTKaUNat. ::.-'' S9c 37c 9Sc 33c PRTJTTATTVES ....... BONKORA ntrnr ' BALDtl . ......... CASTORU A REGULAR IBs FRESH STRAVCERRY Vmm m w rip trrwi wmto tm mmu. i pe-lvwey ar ii iS 237 ST. -., WE DFXIVEB-e. M 10c SAYS HEPBURN IIS HIS - CHARGE Hon. Chaj-les MoCrea. Ba-j plies to Llberai Led- - eri BUtemeat. ? i. i - i ' Csaaataa Peeas by pbsst Wire. OODERICH. Ont. .June 11. Charging- Hen. .Charles McCrea, Minister ot Mines, with "using his influence" to have a brand of Scotch whiskey listed with the Ontario Liquor Control Board. Mitch-ell P. Hepburn. - Ontario - Liberal Leader, late today accepted the challenge ot Premier George S. Henry to -Carry .bit I "U)ll-gste" charges further. j i To a meeting here Mr, Hepburn read four letters which he said concerned the sals ot the whiskey. The first, .Mr. Hepburn said, was addressed to Mr. McCrea as Dear Friend Charlie" on the letter heed of P. H. Wright lumbermen's and road contractors' agent of Ottawa.' In the latter, the Liberal Leader continued, surprise wss expressed that the Liquor Control Board had taken on six new lines ot Scotch whiskey and "that my, brand Strathnavar is not among them.' . Mr. Hepburn declared the letter said "I trust you will take this matter up with Sir Henry Drayton (then chairman of tha board) at the earliest possible moment and that I can count on you to do your utmost to see thst Strathnavar Is placed on the list of Liquor Control Board of Ontario and that I receive a substantial order for this brand aa soon ss possible." The letter waa dated August 8, im. and on September 24. 12. Mr. Hepburn declared. Mr. McCrea replied as follows: "You wrote to me sometime sgo about a matter very important to you. I arranged at the time and omitted to mention It. I have heard nothing concerning It since but perhaps everything has worked, out satSfactorily." On October IB, Mr. Hepburn charged. Mr. McCrea received another letter on the letter head of Mr. Wright one paragraph of which was: "I wish to take this opportunity to express to you my hearty thanks for your kind support and influence with the Liquor Control Board ,of Ontario in getting them to list and place en order for 400 cases of my -Strathnavar Scotch whiskey which I have been working so long to accomplish, without sue- i, untu "receiving your assist snce. a Dispute aa Cisaaslsslsas Another letter read bv Mr. Her. burn, wss sent he said, by J. L. Me Intyrc. commission merchant to V. H. G. G. Pickering, managing director et a Toronto axeney. outlinina a dispute between Mr. Mclntvre and Mr. Wright concerning the commissi ona to ba paid for the sale ot lbs whiskey. "Mr. Wright waa to receive halt tha commission of 4 shillings. I pence received on the initial order, which amounts to 2 shillings I pence (34 cents) per esse and on repeat orders half of 2 shil lings pence ori smiting a pence (30 cents) per ease," accordlnx to tha latter Mr. Hepburn read. - ' ' The Liberal leader Bald Mr. Wright claimed additional commission and then read further: 'I am well awsre thst Mr. Wright will, or probably has already advised you he will ace or write the Hon. Mr. Chss. McCrea la regard to this matter. However, he cannot hold ms up tor more then he has been promised or is entitled to by threats of this nature, aa I hold a letter to Mr. McCrea from a mutual friend who is very much closer personally and BOlitlcallv to that entlsman than Is Mr. P. H. Wright end 1 am fully MnMUMrf h. ai.wll.iM kl. Vt - Another paragraph, ldr- Hepburn read ssld: "I may also say that my friend Mr. Dan. Beaton, manager of the, Ottawa 'warehouse, which supplies the 2S stores in Eastern Ontario, has been of great assist' snce to me in this work; and. Is man that I can depend on to eon tinue to do everything he possibly can te assist ma. However. I can frankly ssy that he would not do the same for Mr. Wright es they are not even en speaking terms. As a matter of tact the situation Is such thst I heve found it advisable not to let Mr. Beaton know that Mr. Wright waa m anyway con nect sd with Btratnnsvsr.-- Lowered Revenue Is Clafasv, Mr. Hroburn claimed .the ton gate system was In effect two years agevand Ontario received less rev. enue as a result The price paid the toll gate collector raised the price, of liquor, the Liberal leader aaid. ... He drew attention to the fact the flnt letter was dated shortly before the election of IBM. and said: n suppose they paid dearly to have their liquor listed." There's nothing political ' about the operations or in is Doeru, Becoming w eir. Henry. .."Honest George," he -continued. '.... . - ' -Raadmg Mr. McCrea's lerten Mr. Hepburn said: ' "Just notice how carefully thia letter la couched. Apparently, be continued. - "Mr. McCrea did the lob and cot the Liquor listed.' . .- Then, said the Liberal leader, "a Utile touUuvaisy arose about the disbursement of the swag" and the McIntyrs-PlckariTig letter wad writ. : n - Mlsdstere Kepty. - , " "Quite In keeping with his usual tactics of out-and-out misrepresentation,'' declared Hon. Charles McCrea, Minister of Mines, as be commented here last night on charges made yesterday by Mitchell F. Hepburn, provlnctal Liberal leader, he had ued bla influence' te have a certain brand af Scotch whiskey . listed by , the Ontario Liquor Control Board. . LMr. McCrea waa leaving Ottawa te lsst night after, his address to a la rife Ottawa audience en campaign Issues, when he was sbowa Canadian Press despatches from Oooe-rtch. Ont, where Mr. Hepburn wee stated t heve charted the Minister had favored aa Ottawa man la having whiskey he handled lasted lor sale in Government stores. . as Bight te aetgr ftteaeW The Minister srnpaaslretl his personal right te help a friend tn any legitimate manner, and denied the existence of any "toll-fa to" system In Ontario la connection with the Government's liquor binlnsasi - Hoe. Mr. McCrea Issued the following statement te The Journal ea air. nepounrs Ooaerich eueaihi "Phil Wright waa a friend of mine ror more than 2B years. He wes one of the pioneer employment avnw at use capital city of Ottawa and brOUXht nan IhmaaaAa Dies When Son' t . r-atvj . s. . m . la, v.. uoetincotsac a T - . . . . t' Caaaetsa Press kv , LINDSAY. Ont, Jun 12. W Beagrave bell players paid tribute today la Morrison Mark. , TS, one ot their most rathusiaa. . tic rooters.' Mr. Mark died at ' a heart attack Induced by ex. dtement at a ball game last Mondsy. He dropped desd as his son came to bat la the last Inning with the score tied and two men on bees. Ha didn't. i live to see his son drive home : toe winning run.. ot Sudbury. U Mr. Hepburn. charge la that there was a toll-fate 1 want to ssy there waa none. I son i enow u jar, wngat made any headway In the matter or not and all I can say irthat 1 have always taken the position that where I can leiiuraateiy nsia a mend r wmuid do so. -, I havetnown for some Umm that LI here 1 lieutenants have ap proached representatives of Phil Wright In one case they had stated they had the authority of myself to give up correspondence in the matter, which was absolutely untrue. Mr. Hepburn's statement la In keeping with his usual tactics of out-and-out misrepresentation." P. H. Wrisht roantioned in Mr. Hepburn's charges, died here several years sgo. He formerly had an office on Sparks street Dsn Beaton, who resides et Bl Renfrew, when told of tha Liberal chief's charges ssld: '"I am not interested in politics and do sot care to make any ststetnenL" 1 Blind Man Against Bill to Aid Blind Assteiatee Press by D treat wire, i WASHINGTON. June U BenatoV Gore of Oklahoma, one of the United Slates Senate's two blind members, protested today sgalnst s bill to pension the blind in the District of Col. Die. Gore said he obiected "ss s matter of principle," believing thai only those injured in the military service should be pensioned. He finally permitted the bill to ao through, however, with modifying amendments. HAVE NARROW ESCAPE. YARMOUTH. NB. June 12. Two fishermen had s narrow escape from death when their motorboat sank beneath them after a collision with another craft in Yarmouth harbor. Gordon Smith and Clayton Watklns ware - taken from their sinking boot by Bob Colouhoun. whose motorboat collided with the fishermen's craft aa they returned to port aT" m -aav M fa K - NOW IS THE TIME TO BUS COMFORTABLE, BEAU THUL FURNITURE FOR COTTAGE OR HOME. ... A WONDERFUL ASSORTMENT OF THE BEST Qualities at moderate prices. - t You Simply Must Have One of These Lovely Gliders Simmons, tha, sturdy, food, looking kinds that Ud easily, noiselessly and are) so comfortable.. Very smart, new coverings , , , excellent quality. - mm -vjsjv Habitant Maple .Furniture '' A hew and rflsttoctrve iine at MAPLB furniture made In unique designs te resemble carry axe-hewn pieces. Upholstered la new tough weave fabrics. . . Se Our Displajr kt JBpecf! Prices. Porch Chairs'i With Worn Back '- Ever , so ' manv atvles 'colorw.'- All sturdy construe-'f; tion and very necessary lor the"" Summer, tmi' ' t1 LAWN BENCHES -v SWINGS ' ' HAMM0S FOL0INC CAMF CHAJIS. ITC. AT .0W PRICES, . Upholstered Summer Fantttm ef the Wetter PUUtlea al Btest moder. EASY TERMS. JOHN I IMITPIS i a saisaav 177 Sparks TStroet . By Recovered ;v0f Fred Carey Well-Xnown Smiths Fills Mn Was Victim tf Ac- cidtmt. l, . 'saaeatl sa Bke laeiaal. SMITHS FALLS, Ont, June 12. The body ot Fred Carey, .who met death by drowning in the Rldeeu canal law yesterday afternoon, waa recovered this afternoon in nine feet af water, only a short distance from where his coat and cap were found Coating la the water., shortly altar the accident by which the un. fortunate man lost his life. Since early thia morning, a small army ot workers bad labored In a scow In an endeavor ta recover the body, and shortly after noon, ona of five men who were working off e raft with pike poles, brought the body to the surface. A valuable ring which Mr. Carey had been wss ring at the time ot the accident was still in nlacei while the time of the accident waa rvan bv his watch which ha.i Stopped st 2J0 p.ra. Alter viewing the remains. Coroner Dr. C. L. B. Stammers decided an Inquest unnecessary. -Surviving are two, brothers, Ed. mund J. of Kalamaxoo; Herbert, of Detroit and two sisters. Mrs. J. Hunter. Toronto, end Mrs. J n G lesson, of Port Huron. Mrs. D. C Hseley. ot Smiths Falls, is sn unt 7 Mr. carey was born in Westport son et the late James Carey and Bridget Ann Fitixerald and had re. aided most ot his life In this town and. where he was widely 'known ana aigniy nieemea. f uneral are rangementa will be announced later. . ; f mTatedBoatSsikd Without a Helmsman ST. JOHN'S, NfkL, June 12. The ill-fated Elhsl Collstt was without s helmsman when she sailed away in. to the darkness early Sunday morning, carrying Bve Newfoundlanders to their deaths, a marine enquiry board was told today. After the schooner wss struck by the Silver City, she wss curled on before the wind, captain Vardy, of tha steam, ship, said. He .ordered toe Silver City to follow at full speed but the Collett sank bow first while still 100 yards ahead. ' The ringed snske keens swske snd active for about an hour and a half at noon, and spends the rest ot Its time resting. , 1 , -wk.V-v . - 16;! .50 Sun Chairs Tor Porch or Lawn . Make eummer' more enjoyable by providing restful, comfortable chairs.' These lovely suri chairs with canopy and foot rest are Just toe and - - ;.'. a a is e . I EASY I I TEBMS. I DRAPER ot men into tha new tiaaber diatrtcta ' J ' 1 i' I a t

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