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XT - , v FRIDAY. JULY , 1931 r. - - ' THE OTTAWA JOURNAL Brilliant Member 0 Bench Judge Andrew Dysart Dies r -r , MONCTON. KB. July M 'and Albert efalnat the Dnmin-n Mr. Juaiiee Andrew Kno to" Governrnent arising out of Dyaart of the Manitoba Court the letter's administration of of Appeal Died In hospital hr natural mount of the two yeiterday after h wai admitted Pvlnc"- ' ' inllowlnl sudden lllne while' rCrt li a vacation. . He wa.TS.' J,!fc.1tf5r. fM2 -" waa chan-,"; V?" Unlvft' f naniMUM, pvin r yviiincq iui a nura wtth in ivw. -' A native n Coragne. KB, be turned la the practice of law In Manitoba mainly becauae . of fha word of two great. Canadian. - ' He had Jut finished Harvard University when he heard Clifford Slfton, mlnlater of Immigration In Sir Wilfrid Laurler'a Svernment. praise Western nada's future and opportune tlea. -. , Recalling, ' toa, the words of Sir John A. Macdonald, "aBrit-tthe tU brothers In the family' Ish subject I was born, a British i trm. urra iM one. Al- aublect I will die". Dysart fused offers from a Boston law firm and headed West. His fame as a lawyer spread (ulckly and during a bitter general strike In Winnipeg In 11 he became known as a top mediator. . . '. - i He presided over the Royal Commission which Investigated the Seven Sisters Falls power development for. fha Manitoba government, j.'1 -i " .- In October, 1M1. he wss amed a Justice of the Manitoba Court of King's Bench, la 1934-15 he served as chairman of the Royal Commission which ad- Justed claims of Saskatchewan Mrs. Jennie Godbotd $ Mrs. Jennie God bold, a resident of the West End f Ottawa tor ST years, died Thursday at her home, 40 Kenora street, following a lengthy illneaa. She waa 79. ' Daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Wiggins, she was born and educated la Oro Township, Ont. ago. In Barrie, and SS years rtnft mirrlMll Delos God bold, who died In 1941. I Mrs. God bold ws a member, af Parkdala United Church and 5 as a life member of the Park-ale Women' Missionary Society. i - Surviving are two daughter, Mrs. R. J. (Hilda) Hoare, Ottawa, and Mr. S. G. JMim) Collins, Toronto; one sister, Mrs. Emily La combe. Toronto; and three grandchildren, Desmond Collin. Mia Shirley Collins, of Toronto, and Mrs. Lyle (Evelyn) Cunningham, Ottawa.' -The funeral service will be - held Saturday at S p.m. at Hulae and Playfair'i. Rev. Dr. Norman Coll will officiate. Interment Will be In Beechwood cemetery. a t SPECIAL PURCHASE! bssES' H::d ivc:..iirs sheer m y ' - ; ( " - ; V : ;; .; A 1 LTD- UU - ' Perennial fsTorite la the rayon sheer bi niTjr r black . .'e It's eonrct whererer yoo wear it . . ': and o cool for warm sumjner day. Sketched art i. Just 2 of the S styles from which to chootte yours '.- . . you'll nee them in eUss'rrslly tailored styles with straisht and flared skirts. Sixes 12 to 2v " ... 1814 to 2IH in the tronp. hta 'a j lUhScotUahlrtab erifla from father. He graduated at M from It Joseph's Unlveraity at Mti ram-cook, tip. and' In later yeanre-celved an honorary degrea af MA and LLB from "the anl- veralty. ne enrnnea si rarn . working for year, and spent a! year at Oxford before being milted to the New Brunswick , Bar in IMS. . Me joined S Winnipeg ; law firm and later opened his own office with a brother. Four of re-l,(. a be premier af New Brunswick. Hi wife died In 1911. j ' Survivors Include two sons, Andrew Knox Dyssrt JrM a barrister with the CNR law department. Montreal, . and . Forresters. London. OnL; , a daughter. Ms. Cecilia Halpeariy, Gait, Ont.i two brothers, Arthur L.. Winnipeg; Robert and Hugh at Boston; and three-sisters, Mrs. Mary Finucane. .. Boston; k Mrs. Elltabeth Loekhsrt. Moneton. NB, and Miss Anna Dysart, 1 ne lunerai wiu w nvm an .Winnipeg. Mrs. Gertrude Greer Impressive tribute was paid last Saturday by many friends and relatives to the memory of Mr. Gertrude . Greer, at the funeral service at-Smiths Fall. Mrs. Greer, the widow of Walter P. Greer, died In hospital at Smiths rails a week ago Thursday. TIm funeral was held from I the Amy funeral home to si John's Anglican Churen p the service was conducted hy Rev. Mr. Parks. Burial was In Maplevale cemetery Chief mourners were a son. Howard, of Perth. Ont.; one daughter, Mia Helen, of Portland, Ore.; seven sisters. Mrs. Violet Kerr, Seattle, Wash.; Mrs. Elsie Wolfe, Portland, Ore.; Mrs. Gwen Collins, Rochester. NY; Mrs. Allegra Dann, Fulton, NY: Mrs. Grace Lee. Oshawa, Ont.; Mrs. Billle H u g h e a .1 Georgetown. Ont., and Mr. Ethel Gauthler. .Ottawa, and eieht erandehildren. The daughter of the late James and Anna Kempffer. Mr. Greer we born and educated at Smith Falls and resided were A- J. FREIMAN LIMITED -The Shopping Centre of Conodo't I . i - . o . - , u - . , . i : Hrs.'lilira"Iilley; Widow of Former NB Premier Dies HALIFAX, July $- Mr uun T. Tlliey, 7. wiqow af a .former Conservative aim-. lowtf New Brunswick., died her last Bight alier lengthy lllneu. . Caatle ford, on Thursday . He was She was Interested In the m ntJ ((ln wide teld of social betterment, a Calabogle. aon of the and her leadership In the Red, fete Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ken-Cross movements won her mem- ;dy, he has lived most of his bership la the Order of to Ufa la Renfrew. For number British Empire. ' . lot years be was member bf the Her husband was the . late i Junee Leonard r. u. Tiney, o the New Brunswick-Exchequer Court who at one time had u premier of his native Drovlnce after being a cabinet I ..... , i... u. minister for several terms. He was the son af Sir Samuel' Tilley, the Father of Confederal Hon who first used the title; "Dominion" In referring lo Canada. Mrs. Tilley was the former Laura Tremajna Rkhardson, daughter of the lata Archdeacon J. B. Richardson. She was born In Halifax and moved to London, OnL. while still a child. She married the late Judge Tilley in 1901 and has made her home In Saint John ever since.'; , , , .- She -bed long , association a I n held high office with the IODE and the Women's Canadian Club. Survivor include two daughter. Mr. H. p. Mackeen of Halifax, Mrs. Ronald Mean, Little hampton, England; a aon. S. Leonard TUley. farmer managing editor of the old Halifax Chronicle-Star and now an executive of the Walter Thompson Company, advertising consultant la New York. She also leaves three sister, Mr. E. I. Howell. Toronto; H. A. K. Drary, Ottawa; Mm and Mrs. Beatrice Boucher. Umtton. Ont, and brother. Harold Richardson. New York. The body will be taken to Saint John with funeral from St John' Church. ' Burial will be In Saint John. POLISH DELEGATE ARRIVES. MONTREAL, July 1S.-T Count Emmerie Hutten Czapskl, Polish master of the Great Sovereign Order of Malta, arrived here en route to Toronto to represent the order at the International Red Croat convention there. - I all her life. She attended St. John' Anglican Church. Her husband died 19 year ago. one -neo ar wag. asaociaum . - ' L ' with the Canadian Red Cross M ft. JO RH KODertSOfi "?,J!,!2.t5..-r.w.,l.5:Dies in Toronto Repeat Sale! Women's Full Fashioned By aopular a'emane! wa ar repeating taia sal of nylon he' They ar wonderful valu In 4S-gaae, IMealer; ll-gauge, 2Menier. Walking, res or evening sheer. Lovely dark Mini and panel keels . . . laag and short leg length. Sixes IVi to 19. NOW ........ . . . ......... JtsaaWaaHBBnTi I. aaSaWaaaaWaVaWaBMaVaWaBHai SATURDAY ' Cool, comfortable rayon panties in opeo leg ar called style. Interlock rayon-tricot knit for longer wear! Doable gnseet ... elastic waist. White, Pink. Sixes S. M. L. Special Purchase ! Women's and Children's .; '.-- " ' 'V' Thirds of 39e, to 79c ': - Slight Raw allow thhr saving an women' and children' anklet! Children' ribbed hose! Children's i-length hose! Half hoae! .Golf hose! . They're In cotton . .. cotton and rayon . . , Sisca S to It la the gronp . . . . ; . ........'.;.,...;' . . . SUMMER SPECIAL! WOMEN'S SANDALS Sketch la Jaat aae of the I atylea fraawhlakt . ehaaae a eaal, eeaa- fartakle pair af .. I'll sarnmer aaaaala. la - M L J J white ltkr. A..lf ShassltaS S-aiaVsTVr jformer Renfrew 7 Police Constable r. U' Kennedy Dies BENFUKW, July i.a4 caij t no m a a n. iienneay.i former Renfrew police constable.) died suddenly from a heart al-j tack -at hi Summer home at local nolle force and In reeent years bsa been wording at the Renfrew Electric factory. , He was married in Renfrew to the former Elizabeth MacCallum 19 years ago. A member of ttva Marion Lodge lOOf, Mr. Kennedy was district grand master of .the "Oor. He was a senior elder in he .Reafrew . Presbyterian Church. The body la at tha Cochrane Funeral Home, where the Oddfellows wiU bold a special service on Saturday at 1.30 p.m. Funeral-service will be held In the Renfrew Presbyterian Church on Sunday at 1 p m.. eohducted by Rev. Walter Allum. Interment will be m Thompson Hill cemetery. .. ; Mrs. John Robertson, a resi dent of Westbora for many years, died en Wednesday at the home of her daughter. Mrs Frank W. Keller. Old Danforth road, Toronto, after a lengthy Illness. She was II. Mr. Robertson, who died May SS this year, was a prominent member of the Orange Lodge here for half a century. Born In Ireland, ahe was the former Rachel Carr. Ms. Robertson, who came to Canada II years ago, was married at Manollck to John Robertson.. 1st Lawrence seaway and pow-A resident of Ottawa and er development protect here. Westbora most of her life, she! had moved to Toronto to reside i with her daughter shout II;, years sgo. While a resident af Toronto. Mrs. Robertson attended the Anglican Church. Surviving are two daughters, Mr. F. W. Keller (Anna). Toronto, and Mr. Theodore Edey (Ellen May), of Cornwall; a son, C. J. A. Robertson. Ottawa; six graadchlldren and on greatgrandchild. ... 1 - . The body I at Hulse and Playfair'i, where the service will be conducted In the chapel on Saturday t I p.m. by Rev. R. S. Croasley. Interment will be la Beech wood cemetery. Thirds of 1.09.;. SPECIAL PURCHASE! VMM'S PYJAMAS First Quality and Substandard! of 2.95 Sanforised hroadeloth and no-irMuig krlnkle eotton in a largo variety of style. Wain and printed (hides. Sixes S. M. L. In the gronp. , , ' . . . -, SPECIAL ! Women's Rayon Panties ORDINARILY 59c L... SPECIAL PURCHASE! MEN'S RUNNING SHOES Taava kaata aa Htkt welikt eaava saera. with ear-rata tea1 r a b k e r ale . . t katwasr tees. Rrewa. Slsa tela.,. 5 T m 1 ' NURSES IN THE NAVY Two nurse who entered the Roval Canadian Navy recently look In on a patient at tha RCN Hospital in HMCS Stariacona. the naval training establishment at Halifax where they are serving They are Sub. Lieutenant (Medical Nnrae) Marjori Mullin, centre, a former nun in the Cornwall General Hospital, and Christian F. Corr of Saint John, NB, formerly at the Ottawa Civic Hospital. The patient is CpL Rudy Chlasaon, RCAF, of Saint Leonard, NB, who is recovering from frsctured back following' a plane crash'ln Summewide this Spring. 1 incw ra.i Cornwall Wants For Rapids CORNWALL, July 25. (Special) Representative of th City of Cornwall, Cornwall township and the United Coun. ties of Stormont, Dunda and Glengarry are expected to ask tha International Joint Commission to establish a regional authority for th International Rapids section at a public bearing here this morning. The commission winds up It preliminary bearing on th Joint U.S.-Canadtaa application for permission to develop the So far, hearing in Rochester, NY, Toronto and Ogdensburg, ItEFRIGERATOilS TODAY ONLY YOUR CREDIT II SPARKS ST. ''" ,-' '.v..v ... X-1M1 rata, Bastes u aarruua( BlMtrkal lee Um Utmm iV Capital. S y Store Hours: 1 19 and 69c - - 'i asfara , .' Theaa la 1.69 with bloe 4 eyelet Hlv grip aaleal Blses 11 te I NY, have dealt mainly with th question of water levels. Today' public hearing before the slx-rian commission got under' way at 10 a.m. In the county courtroom. The M-aian entourage made It headquarters here at Cornwall Wednesday night, motoring to Ogdensburg. It Is expected Transport Minister Chevrier will attend today' hearing. Senator McCarthy Undergoes Operation WASHINGTON. July . Senator Jph McCarthy (Rep. Wise.) underwent a major stomach operation which hi doctor said would keep hint from taking any active part la hi campaign for re nomination. A bulletin by Dr. George W. Calver, official physician for members of Congress,' said a physical checkup "revealed a herniation of stomach through a rupture .In the diaphragm". ' B GOOD AT -: WO a.m. fo c p.m. QiaxaaMaal Nylon Hose 0, w A ei M 0 m Hose 21 - J childssn-s SADDLE SHOES HaMIe aheea rive HMIe feet the eanv fert they aaa . . . aa4 take all the rat k wear vaaacater eaa affer! , aaaaeta wkHe k!4 leather ar brawa H.29 aaodlea. . terrors wa esaapaalttaa Fretjerick Simmonds av - a isa a ' " Retired; Westboro Rn:mpmsn ftipt i Weil known Westhnra busU aaasman, rrederick Slmmnndi. died at his residence, 1M Dsn-ij(n. forth avenue, an Thursday after a brief Ulaeas, Ha ws la his list year. Mr. Simmonds owned and operated a bakery business In Westboro, under the name of Ideal Bakery, for some 14 years. Born and educated in South ampton, England, he was the on at tha lata Mr. and Mrs. William Simmonds. He wa married In Bishop' Walham.1 England, in 1901, to the former' Emily Callingham, and three' yean later came to. Canada where he settled in Ottswa. In 1921 Mr. Simmonds opened' his bakery, and operated it up until hi retirement in 194S. He was a member of All Saint Anglican Church, in Weitboro. He wa also a past member of th Ontario Retail Bakers' Association and a past member of th Westboro Board of Tnde. . , , v. Surviving beside hi wife ere: a daughter, Mrs. George Brownlee, and a aon Frederic, both of Ottawa; and two jliten, Mrs. W. Salter, and Mr. M. Palmer, both of Chichester. England; and one brother, Raymond, of Southampton. Tha body is at A. L. Tub-man and th funeral service will be held . In . All. Saints Church, Westboro, on Saturday at S p.m. Interment will be in Pine-erest cemetery. Journal Want Ads bring quick results. . . . , MID-SUMMER SALE , how In Full Swing DRASTIC REDUCTIONS IN FOOTWEAR FOR ALL THE FAMILY SEE OCR WINDOWS TODAY! CUui " LiZak3JimKt D;k Out' 27SBnkSt. Daily. Phono 2-6464. .1. I WONDERFUL VALUE! r.lEf'S TROPICAL VZfi, 1 I i e I .' ; . LJU.A : (n) 0)) Men! llere is yoar opportunity U parchase one of those cool fwnortable tropical suits that yoa've wanted all summer . .' . and look at the money aaring price! They're all first quality and finely tailored fat single or double breasted models. Tails . . . stouts and regular. Blue, Grey, Sand, Brown, JtL Sices 24 to 41 in the group. iGenepx Ruest I as. . ' dab fe Dies on uaiiows T Montreal. jui m.- biiarre ! airlines crash died at 1.13 a m., EDT, today en tha g.iiows m Montreal Bordeau Watchmaker Genereua Ruest, was the second man to be hanged for the murder of a woman that was arranged to come off ander th appearance of aa air disaster. Twenty-twa others died when their passenger 'Plana exploded In mid-air. Rucet had to be taken to tha scaffold In a wheel-chair be. due of his crippled condition. He was cut dowa and declared dead at l.M tin, by Dr. Rome Plouffe. Jell physician. ja ay latartar Dmi24i3 J f I (D ipwonidtrsi "6 ..e ! . . .'I,; ..r v ; . ." . " ' " ; V-

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