Wedding Hells. Fr. .in Teesiluy's Daily. Toe Methodist church la:t night was the st ene ol the most brilliant social event that has occurred in. Provo for many a day. At 8:110 o'clock. James! W. KiHeen and Henrietta M. Haywood stood before the altar and were united iii the holv bonds of matrimony by the Rev. G. M. Jeffrey. Quite a crowd witnessed the ceremony, the ladies being be-ing tspecaby anxious to seethe bride's costume, which was of beautiful white ! silk anil lace, with a wreath of lovely j orange blossoms tw ined around her i head and a bunch of the same kind of I How ei s at her corsage. The ceremony was very impressive, but the responses ol the bi ide ami bridegroom showed that they boili troroti'lily understood the step they were taking. Immediately after the ceremony the young couple were driven to the home of the bii ie's sister, where an elegant supiier had been piei-ared. Mr. Kilieeii has won a bride who is est emed by all who know her for her sweel and lovable disposition and will make him a loving and tail htul wife. M r. Kd eeu is w il know n in Provo and has won inanv Iriemls by his genial manner and gem r:i'. big-heartedness. Tin; Oisiwicn joins wit h the many friends of Ihe young couple in wishing I hem pro-pi-rity in their journev through hie.