Martin Mulholland Marries Emma Pidgeon
NUPTIAL EVENTS AT ST. ROSE CHURCH Several Young Ceuplta Enttr Upon Matrimonial Caroors Yeeterday , Undar Favorabla Auspices. The marriage of Miss Emma L. Pid - geon, daughter of Mr." and Mrs. James Pidgeon of Brooklyn street, and Martin J. Mulholland, son of Mr. Bernard Mul - holland of Greenfield road took place in St. Rose church at 11:30 o'clock. The bridal party proceeded up the central aisle as Professor S. V. Stockman played the wedding march from Lohen grin, v The bride was attired in white mousseline de sole, with lace trim mings and hat to match and carried a bouquet of roses. , She was attended by her cousin. Miss Sadie Flannelly, of Hyde Park, who was attired similarly to the bride and carried pink carna tions. The groom .was accompanied by his brother, Thomas Mulholland. The ceremony was performed by Rt. Rev. Monslgnor Coffey... As the bridal party left .the church Professor Stockman played the Men delssohn march. At the home of the bride a reception was given to a large number of friends and relatives who extended hearty congratulations ' and well wishes. Mrs. Mulholland received many handsome gifts. A feature of the reception was a - , sumptuous repast. The young couple left yesterday after noon on a two weeks' trip to New York and Boston. Upon their return they will take up their - residence at the home of the bride's parents. . Mrs. Mulholland Is one of the city's most charming daughters. The groom is a member of the firm of Mulholland Brothers, the Sixth avenue miik deal ers and caterers.. He is also an active volunteer fireman.