John T. Lambert and Anna Mary Foye from Worcester, MA
a Hev. the also name in the of LAMBERT-FOYE Portsmouth Young Man Takes Bride in Worcester John T. Lambert, one of the sterling sterling young .men of the city, for the past few years employed on the reportorial reportorial staff of the Worcester Telegram Telegram at Worcester, Mass., was united in marriage on Tuesday in that city to Miss Anna Mary Foye, a popular and accomplished young lady of Worcester. Worcester. The ceremony occurred at St. Paul's church, and was performed performed by Rev. James M. Burke. Walter Edward Howe, organist of the church, played the . wedding marches. The march from "Lohengrin" "Lohengrin" was used as the processional and the wedding march from "Midsummer "Midsummer night's dream,". by Mendelssohn, Mendelssohn, was played as the recessjonal. During the services Mr. Howe "gave selections of wedding music. The bride wore a -costume of cream colored broadcloth in a' tailored tailored model ornamented with blue, and,her hat was of while and blue to match. ' .Miss .Miss Mary H. Morrlssey was maid of honor and was gowned in white serge and a smart white hat. Her flowers were bridemaid roses. Timo- thly Francis Lynch of Manchester, N. H.. a small nephew of the bride, was flower hoy and presented the bride a bouquet of bride roses after the ceremony. ceremony. Gerald A. Cullen of Portsmouth, Portsmouth, N. H., attended the groom, iMr, and/ Mrs. Lambert received their guests at the homo of Mr. Airs. John 1'. Morrlssey, 22 Portland street, assisted by Mr. and Mrs. T. Lynch of Manchester, N. H., brother and sister of the bride. During the reception Mrs. Lambert wore a gown of pale pink silk, with cream lace trimmings. Among the out of town guests at the breakfast were: Mr. and Mrs. John T. Lynch, Timothy Francis Lynch, Capt. Anthony .1. Foye, brother brother of the bride; Miss Bridget N. Stanton, Manchester, N. H.; Miss Irene Gough, Southbridge, The bride's gift to her maid was ring, and the groom gave his attendant attendant a scarf pin. Many gifts of 'value were received, including a check for 550 from Mrs. Mary Lynch, Mr. and Mrs. Bartholomew Bartholomew Lynch and Thomas J. Lynch; $10 gold piece from Mr. and Mrs. T. Lynch and from Capt. Foye, table silver from The- Telegram editorial department and many valuable pieces of silver, china, cut glass, furniture linen and statuary from friends and relatives in Worcester, Manchester and Portsmouth. Mr. and Mrs. Lambert have arrived in this city where part of their honeymoon win be passed and where iiost of friends and acquaintances including including the Herald staff extend hearty hearty congratulations to the genial "Jack" and bride, and hope the of their married life will be as numerous as tlio petals of the bride's bouquet. THE WEATHER Thursday night and Friday--Fair with slightly wanner temperature and northwesterly winds.