Thursday, June 4, 1914
The marriage of Miss MARY LOUISE McEVAN to Mr. EDWARD DONALD NICHOLSON occurred on May 5th at Charlottetown. The bride will be remembered by many friends in town as the milliner at Copp's Millinery for some seasons.
One of those who lost their life in the appalling disaster which occurred to the steamship EMPRESS OF IRELAND in the River, St. Lawrence was Mrs. F.H. DUNLEVY of Denver, Colorado. She was Miss GRACE FISKE, daughter of Mrs. A.H. FISKE, Lockeport and a sister of Mrs. C.H. JACKMAN of Oxford. On receiving the news of the tragedy Mr. JACKMAN & ----------(cannot read) Mr. FISKE were successful in securing the body of Mrs. DUNLEVY, which it is understood was brought to Lockeport for interment.
Mrs. P.A. WOODLOCK & family of Calgary are guests of Mrs. WOODLOCK's sister, Mrs. H. JEFFERS of this town. Mrs. WOODLOCK was formerly of Pugwash and with her husband went west a few years ago.
Mrs. C.L. CRITTENDEN of Montreal is visiting her parents, councilor & Mrs. A.E. STONEHOUSE.
Mrs. MUNRO, nee Miss MAUDE AMOS is visiting friends in Pictou, N.S.
At Oxford on May 29th to Mr. & Mrs. ERNEST MILES, a son.
At Thomson Stn on May 27th to Mr. & Mrs. FRED GEEHAN, a daughter.
At Millvale, on May 29th to Mr. & Mrs. ALEX STONEHOUSE, a dau. at Oxford on June 3rd to Mr. & Mrs. JOHN URQUHART, a son.
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