Edward B. Corley
W. the body. CORLEY-COLLISON. Pretty Wedding of To Popular Youn-j IVopln YBhteitlny Morning. t ,i 1.1 . ...i. "'"-" i""" ' nessed nt the cathedral occurred yester- MlM,?"jf !",rn!nf 2Vh,"", S"w ,JeSSl? M son and Kdward H. Colli. Corley were united When ment so denied, to get this Uras manifested in the event 'on account of, tl'Ie'1 It nt the i.. .. . . it ?"e aspect anu esteem in wn cn l.otn ot ,nt any ' fntrrnM bv them nv , fri,,,i Hr. .mhi,.,i in n, m,i, , "l Im-jtho appointed hour to witness the simple M,nl-h im,-ntv ee.ne,,.. i. .i,fi, nays these two young and promising lives were the linked together. The bride Is the eldest I daughter of Mr. and .Mrs. G. F. Colllson. Tho groom, Mr. EJwarJ B. Corley is the eldest son of Mr. and Airs. P. II. Corley, A Junior member of the firm of P. II. Corley & Son. Promptly at i:30 o'clock to the sweet strains of Lohengrin's wedding march ledwlllcn was Pkiyeil by .Miss Jennie Bacon, 1 fm. an r in,) imuiii jiariy cuiereu me emiren, leu jj,, by the ushers, Dr. M. F. McGuire, J. I. fh Madlgan, J. II. McKenna P. C. Casey and i- HMcAullffe: They were Vo,iowlbyth,: the Sjrnh Cor, Xt,xt can)p h 'k had Mlss Hclon M, corley. who was lma,a ot ho nn(J ,ir1(, , , on! John cll-itt, ,.m r ,,r ,v. ',, ...... ., ... ... x u.i.v.t,, lllin They were met at the chancel rail by Rev. he Thomas Lynch, V. G who performed the John Fri- j ceremony assisteM by Revs. J, W. Dyer ' and James P. Rand, both of the latter i one ' being college mates of the groom. , at ' After the ceremony at the church thei j bridal party and immediate friends re-1 Mrs. paired to the home of tho bride, whero a and J wedding breakfast was served by II. N. as tho!roon. Tw0 r00mi Wl?re Riven up to the Church rail-.,lf,I'Ia' r wp('uing gifts, which Included n elegant gold watch of exquisite woik- without i, ! maiiship and set with diamonds, nnd n, f'aleb '''! for Shu.) from the bride's parents, i Justice From the groom's parents was a beautiful . costs ll 1 II I II IT-TOOTll Set Mill! cnilch Tk.rn n MliU' a-'50 an onyx table with vase, the gift of! treated O. J. Walker & Bros, and a sterling silver 'suit I tea set from the bride's aunt, Miss M. 1 able Mullins, together with many other ntimer- In mis nnd costly offerings. Among the ( and prominent guests at the reception were Very Rev. Thomas Lynch, V. G Revs, j John John McGlauflin, Charles L. Pombrland, on J. W. Dyer. J. P. Rand and J. P. O'Niel. 1 John Among the people from out of town who drunk oame to attend u,e wedding were Mrs. , Mcu nnni nv nnti Aire iimhv nf w ne one ni si'tj al-'n t. ewi V t.'i V, 'I , :.' .tA.,., the M nrm!1 ,, ,ii,, r' v'T','l.' i.nci.- on r'onn.. Mrs. j. n BMrd nf cWec-V, v v suiting The hannv vounc- counle left nn ihe iu-, va-jK into i .,mld the customary shower of rlc and watch J. .w,,i. , me vubiuiiiui fiiuver oi rictf i wlth tl,e best wishes of many friends, F.