. with-. which- (Specially Contributed to The Journal.) I "One of the prettiest of the many pretty I June weddings." is the universal j opinion about ' Miss Miriam ' . Macpherson's wedding,: which took place last Wednesday afternoon afternoon In ,St Albans church. The bride as well as her six bridesmaids, looked very fresh and girlish. Her satin gown fitted her admirably. anf her veil and flowers were becomingly arranged over her wavy golden hair.. 0, Women with golden hair always come nearest one's ideal,) In the bridal dress-1 dress-1 dress-1 The Misses Macphersonf and Miss Fen-wick Fen-wick Fen-wick looked sweet In their pink and blue muslin frocks. In case anyone who did nojt see the wedding may read this let me add that three of the bridesmaids wore pink muslin frock s and three pale blue. There were six in all. the bride's Ave sisters and Miss Penwlck. daughter of the groom. v ( . I , Dr. Hugh Fleming, -who -who has lately received his degree at Queen's Ohlver-alty. Ohlver-alty. Ohlver-alty. where Dr. Fenwlck Is one of the professors, acted as . beat - man. v 'iTie ushers were Mr. E. Fennlngs Taylor. Taylor. Mr. Frank FoweU. vMr, P. D. Bent-ley, Bent-ley, Bent-ley, Mr. Z. Lewis and Mr.' J. T. Pugs-ley. Pugs-ley. Pugs-ley. : The groom's gifts to the brides maids' were very handsome gold bracelets.; bracelets.; Among the guests were Mr. and Mrs.1 BieffensHen, the Misses Rleffen-Btlen. Rleffen-Btlen. Rleffen-Btlen. Mr. and Mrs. James Rleffenstlen. Mrs. Elliott. Mrs. Patterson. Dr. and to Mrs. Wright and "others. ij-. ij-. ij-. nu irsj enwic nave : gone the continent. three months. win be j in Bathurst. N. B. The senator had many friends here, and his pretty daughters who spent a couple of winters at the Russell House, were greatly admired and very popular in society, j Mr. and Mrs. Georre H. Perley have closed their house, Metcalfe St. and have taken a suite of aoartmeata at the Russell, where they will; spend a month. Towards the end of July Mrs. feney lnteno visiting her mother, Mrs. Boult-bee.W Boult-bee.W Boult-bee.W Berlin. Ont j Mrs. Gormully and family left on Thursday for their cottage at Murray Bay. i , Mr. and Mrs. Rowley o( the J'Rectory." Mr. W. Rowley and Miss Mabel Richardson Richardson were passengers jjon the Vancouver, Vancouver, which sailed from Montreal to-day. to-day. to-day. They will go direct to .'London, where they will spend a few weeks. - After-Wards After-Wards After-Wards they intend visiting friends In the country. . j . .. Mr. F. A. Verners, the well known painter, who has fallen! heir to a bar-enetcy. bar-enetcy. bar-enetcy. and la now Sir! Frederick- Frederick- Verners Verners was' born In Oaxville .Ont He Is a brother of Mr. Vomers ot this city; Sir Frederick Verners as a. painter is best known by his pictures ot buffalo and Indians, which have attracted much notice in England. Hei has been living In London for the past: two years. iMrs. Fraser and Mlsaj Fraser ot LIs-gar LIs-gar LIs-gar street are in Kingston, the guests of . Col. and Mrs. Duff. . i lira, Haytet Reed rjas returned to town after a short visit to Cobourg, where she attended the! marriage of her sister. Miss Nora Armour, tp Mr.. Dry- Dry- ' - : i Mr. Choquette, the popular member for Montgamny, has spent a tew days at his . home and a tew days In Montreal this week. ending Dr. Quebec; La-chute Berube, Frank Kerr. David Monroe. Master Andrew's, Que.; Davidson, Alex. Murray. Davidson, Hall. Mrs. Casey Goodwin. Powell. and W. Rakers, Dakers 'iw Hood. U Campbell McMar-tln Roddick. Miss England and thence to where they will spend Their future residence Kingston. ' j ! Miss Carlnne Taschereau. daughter of his honor Mr. Justice iTaschereau. who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Li neon Tasche In Montreal, returned this week. ...-.-. ...-.-. ...-.-. ...-.-. ...-.-. The many friends) of Mr. Shirres will be pleased to learn that the latest news i egarding her has been much mora favorable. She is now out of danger and on the road to a speedy recovery.. Mr. and Mrs. Jameel Chadwlch. who' jou're sod I with the Detroit ' . The yoor The to G.