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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 24, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Tiiesany, Jiiiie 24,1013 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Page 11 SECOND STOl WAS IRSEMN FIRST CRANBROOK HIT BY VIOLENT TEMPEST-HUNDREDS OF TREES WERE UPROOTED CranbtoOic, B. C, Juiip 23. - The thiinrtetst.nrtn and liigh wind ol !ast Wednesday atl.crnoon was followed on Tliursday by a 'second atorni o! cx-ccptional violence. Many old timers slalo it to ha\e been the worst experienced in tills district, Ahont tonr o'clock in the afternoon ii high wind, travelling iQ a �north-easterly direction, swept down oii the city, followed by continuous lightning and thunder, and a deluge of rain. Trees were torn up by the ront.s, rhicken-houses and other outbuildings over-turned, and a consider-iililc (|Uantity of minor dninaKC done to inoperty. I'o'.vi'.U's cieaning works lo.st its roof and .J. P. Kink's residence a chininoy, both the Cosmopolitan and Wentworth hotels .suffered ria!na;::; * Mrs. Joseph Jackson has returned from an extended visit lo .Minneapolis ind other points. � * i Dr. and Mrs. Hicks, uf Port Dover, Ont., arc spending a lew days with Dr. and Mrs. J> H. Hi vers. !\Ir. ani'Mrs. bavid P.obin.son, .Sixteenth Si., N., arc rcwarinir over the arrival of a fine baby daughter. Rev. A. C. arid .Mrs 't\atson and family leave on Saturday morning for Chicago. They wmU visit in .Moose Jaw en route. � * � * i\rr. and Mrs. H. Flow, of McKecK-port, I'enn., ar? spending 1lip week with Mr. and Mrs. .1. fi. Koss, en route to Vancouver. t- Jlrs. James Peal and Miss Kliv.a-beth Peat, of Pctrolia, and Mr. Oswald D. Peat, of llaiiii'tiiu, are visiting in the city. Miss Lucile Eckstorm returned this afternoon from Maclen,!, an-ompanied by Miss Dobcrcr, who will be her guest. * * Mr. David Warnock, M P , Mrs. Warnock and children, who have been in Ottawa all winter, liave returned to their home in Pinchcr Creek. ��� Mrs. (Dr.) WallWin and the Misses Gladys and Bessie WfllJwin, of Barons, were w-'eek-end visitors with Mrs. D. R. MdMay. ' � Kathleen, 'the � little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. Ball, entertained ten of her little'ttiends on Saturday afternoon in honbir of her birthday. Mrs. George Moih entertained "hours" at a verandali tea today in connection >yith.the chain teas' of Knox Ivadies' Aid. Mr. W. Henry Bell and ilrs. Bell, Ottawa, announce tho engagement of ! their only daughter, Crace Christine, to Mr. John W. Siftun, eldest son of the Hon. Clifford and Mrs. Sifton. Mr. T. H. Hatch, of the Southern Alberta Land Co., at Carinangay, who spent a few days the guest of his mother, Mr.s. J. B. Ross, has gone to Medicine Hat. * * Mrs, v. E. Green, Hull Block, has returned from a lw6 weeks' visit in Helena and Great Palls. Mr. and 5Irs, U.'W. Mcnzie have returned from a two months' visit at their old home in Nova Scotia. * :S Mrs: D. J. Hay is entertaining Mrs. Perry and daughter, Grace, of Lennoxville, Quebec. They will remain for a week or ten days. * * The engagement is announced of Miss Nellie Christie Annable, daugh- APOSTOLIC DELEGATE AT REGINA Regina, June 23.-Monsigneur Stag-nl, the 'Papal delegate, was given a cordial welcome to Regina this evening by local Catholics. A civic reception will be e.xtended at the city hall on Tliursday evening. While here his Excellency will officiate at two comer stone layings. Mrs. Annable, of Nelson, B. C, to Reginald Edward Walter Haggarty, B.Sc, son of Principal E. '\V. Haggarty and Mrs. Haggarty, of Toronto. The marriage will take place on Julv 9 in Nelson. ;? � * Dr. IV. S. Galbraith and family left this afternoon for St. John's, N. B., for a month's outing. The doctor expects to attend a convention in Boston while away. In his absence. Dr. W. S. Saunders, of New Bruns- wick, will occupy Dr. Galbraith's house and attend to his practice. Dr. SttUntlers is a graduate of McOill and has had wide experience. 41 (- � The Woniati'.s Civic Club have a rest room in the Cranhrook buildin:' at the fair grounds and the ladies attending the fair are cordially invited to make u.fe of the room. Tea will bo served in connection, though not as a commercial proposition. Mrs. John Craig ami Mrs. McKillop were in charge today, while Mrs. Giflord and Mrs. A. M. LafTerty will be in control on Wcdne^sday, Mrs .\. J. Irving and -Mrs. E. N\ Higinboth-am on Thursday and Mrs. .). 1>\ Simpson and Afisa Bawden on Friday. * * * The engagement is announced of Miss Mary Boresford Canning, of "Talgrath," AVes.tcourt Road, Worthing, Engliind, .to Rev. Thomas Montserrat Melrose,, of Carmangay, Alberta, Canada.... -\iis3 Canning, accompanying he.r :inother, who is en route to visit,Mr. Arthur Canning, of Vancouver, B.C., .sailed per SS. Scotian, Allan line, on,the 5th iiist. The marriage will, take place at the Pro-Cathedral of. the Redeemer, Calgary, upon the arrival of Mrs. and Miss Canning in that city. * * Mi.ss Eda Hatch is in charge of the fancy work and handicraft in the woman's department in the balcony ol the main building at the fair this year. The judges are Miss Mahally, I of Calgary, and Miss McLeay. The fancy work- display, while not particularly extensive, contains some excellent c.^hibits and is well worth a visit by lovftrs. of beautiful work. The embroidered towels, some ' In eyelet, punch work'and solid, with and without initials, are really fine, while five o'clock covers are shown in drawn work and solid embroidery. One particularly attractive one is edged W'ith wide crocheted lace, elaborately and splendidly done. A large number of centres in pure white are on display. Eyelet, coronation braid, punch work and batten-berg figure in these, and are very effective, while holland centres in floral and conventional designs add to tho collection. One noticeable centre was of white satin in colored floral "embroidery. The Irish crochet collars and cutis are lovely, as are also the tatted centres and dollies. There is the usual array, ol pin cushions; crocheted red and white double Irish chain and log cabin quilts. A small exhibition of pierced brass and burnt wood work appears, as well as oil paintings, pencil and crayon drawings, etc. Altogether this department contains some choice pieces of fine handiwork. * * * MACADAM-PIRT The marriage took place last week in Carman, Man., at the home of Dr. W. W. Pirt, of Miss Alice May Pirt, of Morden, Man., to Mr. D. Macadam, manager of the Union bank. Brooks, Alta. >;: * * Schofleld-Margaoh At the home of the bride's parents, June 18, the marriage of Mlsa Margaret Alargach, Edmonton, to Fred Schofleld, son of James Schofleld, an old-timer of Pincher Creek, took place Rev. R. G. Stewart officiating. The bride was given away by her father, W. R. Margacb. Jliss Nicholson played the Wedding march. The bride was charming in a white satin gown, trimmed with pearls, the long tulle veil caught with valley llllies. She carried Arae'rloan beauty roses. Her little sister, Florence, who wore a white embroidered frock, attended the bride. Sh6 carried pink carnations. . The bride's travelling suit was a tailored costume of navy blue serge, with Irish point collar and cuffs and The Preserving Season Is On Let Us Supply You With Sealers In this tis in all things your wamts have, been aniici-])nl('cl and we now have a complete stock of "Tlie Im-jjFov^d (iom," tmd "Perfect Seal" Hniit .lara. You will find our ([ualities Die best obtainable and prices the lowest, thus afiain demonstrating that this is the place at vv'hich your requirements may be the most satisfactorily fijlt^d. The ''Improved Gem'' -Ib well known to all housekeepers as the- best scfew sealer obtainable. We have them in Pints, at per dozen.......i----v.. $li)0 Quarts, at pei* dozen.......,.. , Complete with rubber rings included. top $1.10 The ''Perfect SeaV -Is an extra hea.vy clear Rlass sealer, with heavy jglass top, wliicli fastens on with a wire lever-top may be put oii or taken off in the twinkling of an eye and la absolutely air-tight. In uslag this sealer you run no risk of having your fruit spoiled, jM'akB,,a point of trying them this season. Pints, at per dozen...........:... $1.35 Quarts, at per dozen ..........$1.50 Bargain Offerings in Fine Dinner Sets Extra fine semi-porcelaln 97 piece dinner set In extremely neat and up-to-date Conventional designs In dainty blue shadings. Excellent value If bought In the ordln-arv way at $25.00. On Special Sale at CI per set...... S> I fc9 Two only, extra flne China Dinner Sets, one In the popular plain gold band design, the other In a very dainty^ rosebud pattern with goljd decoration, full 97-plece akt complete. Regular ?�6