Hundreds of guests who did not attend attend the wedding were remembered by the bridegroom and participated in the festivity of the day. Metzger provided an elaborate dinner for 150 orphan children, children, gave a dinner to the inmates of the Hebrew Old People's home, another dinner party at the Home for the Aged, and last, but not least, he sent 250 books to the library at Mount Zion hospital. hospital. CAREER OF 11RIDKGROOM The generous bridegroom began a picturesque career 42 years ago as a newspaper carrier. He has- been engaged engaged in various business enterprises with financial success, although 20 years ago he lost his eyesight through an accident. He has been twice a delegate delegate to the national democratic convention convention and is president of the Independent Independent Order of B"nai Brith. His bride is a daughter of Harry Baddefey of Napa, but for several years she has made her -home with her sister, Mrs. Fred Matthes, In Scott street. The setting for the wedding was a bower of orchids, pink lilies, carnations carnations and lilies of the valley. Bach guest at the supper table received a corsage bouquet of lilies chosen as the principal flower of the decoration on account of the bride's name. The bride was given in marriage by her brother in law, Fred Matthes. and her onlyattendant onlyattendant was little Helen Baddeley The best man at the wedding was Mose Getz.