Canada at War: ONTARIO: King's Money

It was Toronto's late sage, sprightly Sir William Mulock, who steered William Lyon Mackenzie King into politics. In 1900, he made young Harvardman King his Deputy Minister of Labor. Sir William introduced King to Sir Wilfrid Laurier, thus paved the way for King to become the Liberal Party's leader and Prime Minister after Sir Wilfrid died. Last week old Sir William, dead these two months, reached out a friendly hand again.

Sir William's will, filed for probate, disposed of a $2,500,000 estate with large bequests—$200,000 each to two daughters; $200,000 to Grandson...

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