Rose Murray was a stage actress in Winnipeg
THE SOCIAL WORLD Miss Rose Murray and Mr. David H. Wcrd, Wedded This Afternoon. The una rrla ge of Miss Hose Murray, daughter of Dr. O. P. Murray, to Mr. David H. Ward, of this city, son of Colonel Ward, of Barrio, and cousin of fir Kretsrrick Bridge, the noted English connpoM-r connpoM-r connpoM-r emd organist of Westminster Ablny, was solemnized solemnized kit tho residence of the residence of the bride's parents, at a quarter to four this afternoon, the ceremony Ix-hiir Ix-hiir Ix-hiir performed by the llev. J. It. Pllcox. The entire lower jiortlon of tho house had been itrunsfcrrmed Into a bower of flowers and foliage. Pink carnations and while tuliiw being the blossoms used. White and green had Iwui ooiubined to create a picturo of exti-eme exti-eme exti-eme charm in the dining room, tlie table being centntl with a handsome handsome bridal-cake bridal-cake bridal-cake set in a wreath of smllax, surroumlod by an exquisite exquisite arrangement of bride's roses and fern, resiling on billowy white tulle over White satin. The lovely young bride was given aroay by her father, ami wore a very handsome tallor-mude tallor-mude tallor-mude coatemie, which brought out all iis'rfectionis of face and figure to best advantage. The gown was of navy blue camel's hair cloth. The Eton rxsit 0n4g on a vest of wiiiite broadcloth handsomely handsomely embroidered In blue braid and fastened with embroidered blue velvet buttons. Tlio kirt was cor-resioml'ingly cor-resioml'ingly cor-resioml'ingly trimmed. A toque of blue ami whUte straw trimmed with "buHb.vs" and red fox furs completed completed tills very smart toilette. A lovely bouquet of wHilte roues was carried. Toe bounty of the matron of honor, Mrs. Fred Scott, sister of tlie bride, was accentuated by a very br-oocm-liig br-oocm-liig br-oocm-liig br-oocm-liig br-oocm-liig costuime of fawn silk richly trimmed trimmed with Irish bice, with vrtiilch nhe wore a lovely bat composed of foil-age foil-age foil-age and small pink roses. t-'!he t-'!he t-'!he carried carried a bouquet of pink roses. Mrs. Murray, the bride's mother, wore a lia.nd.some house j;own of black silk relieved with touches of IVhilto. At tlie close Of the Informal reception, reception, only the Immediate relatives ami friends beLng (present, Mr. and Mrs. Ward left amidst showers of rice and igood wiios for the Pacific coast, where the honeymoon will be spent. They will return to take up their resilience In Winnipeg about tlie first of .August. The laft of the regular meetings of the Women's Musical Club took place yesterday afternoon at which balloting for officers for tlie ensuing year took place, resulting as follows: follows: President Mrs. W. Sanford Evans. First vice-president vice-president vice-president Mrs. W. Ehearer Grant. Piwond vice-president vice-president vice-president Mrs. A. M, Nan ton. ('eeretary Miss ISrndshaw. TivitMirer Miss Patterson. Ik'ii. Preslilmut Mrs. Hlgglnaon. Tlie retiring president, Mrs. Hlg. glnson, annoii.nsd the annual con cert for the 15th Inst. The folloivlng programme , was remlerod; Vlulln solo Ave Mnrla Qry Miss Tayloi. Piano (u) Nrx-turna Nrx-turna Nrx-turna Schumann (b) Largo Handel Mrs. Evans. Solo "He Was Desplsod" ........Handel Mlsa l'ullar. , Violin Itoverle Mlsa Kspltn Vocal "I Know That My Itcdeemrr Llveth" Mrs. Vcrncr. Mrs. G. Montegu Black, Wllmot riace. Fort Kongo, 'was the hostess at a 1 very delightful little ti,a vns tenlay arternonn, at which Alls Maude Baker, of Montreal, was tha lonored gui-st. gui-st. gui-st. 1 Golden daffodils nnd fern centered the pretty tea table, which was nrofided over bv Mrs. W. Harvey Smith and Mrs; H. P. Clarke. , Mrs. Smith poured tea and coffee, while Mrn Clark dispensed li'o cream. In the duties of hostess Mrdllaek was ably nt:sUtl bv Mls Moffat anl Miss prater Moffat, Thow present were; The Mtsie Baker, Aulous, Nlchoils, Ttowan, Madeline Madeline Kowim McCullogh, Richards, Richards, Drury, Klilam, Denholin, Messrs. Alan C. Kwart and Cleland. Mrs. W. TV Klrby ls entertaining at luncheon today. , Miss Annie Hull Is the hostess at a tea this afternoon, given In tion. or of Misu Jean Drummond, of Vertln Mr. and Mrs. 7W.LitUet of Lon &on, Ont'm are the guests of Mr, and Mr. J. Robinson, Broadway. Mr. A. C. Klilam, Roslyn rood, For Rouge, has Issued Invitations for it luncheon on Wednesday, Mrs. D. D. Wood held a -very -very enjoy able thimble to.i ou Frihiy, at ,'.ie( home on Klien street. The tabid wiw brilliantly decoratixl with rej tulips and ferns, which were nrtisi tleally arranned. Music was the or. der of the evening. A most Enjoyable Enjoyable time was sieiit by all. Among) those present were Mrs. 11. Alder, Mrs. O. Day, Mrs. J. Gibson, 'Mr. W. W. MchenKiie, Mrs. B. Deubyj Mrs. W. J. McKlnley, Mrs. A. Jlbeou, Mrs. W. A. Bartram. : 1 1 THE TATTLEJt. '