At the Church of the Puritans,
at Fifth avenue and One Hundred
and Thirtieth-street, last
evening, before a crowd of
friends who packed the handsome
edifice tot he doors, Miss Laura
Dayton Sprague, daughter of the
late Donald J. Sprague, was
married to Dr. George Henry
Cobb, a recent member of the New
York Hospital's medical staff.
father of the groom, the Rev.
Dr. L.H. Cobb, Secretary of the
officiated, and was assisted by
the Rev. Dr. E. L. Clark, the
pastor of the Church. The bride,
who was met at the head of the
aisle by her brother, George
Dayton Sprague, and who was
given away by him, wore a gown
of white corded silk and point
lace and a tulle veil caught
with a half wreath of orange
blossoms. She was attended by a
maid of honor, Miss Charlotte
Jackson, and by four
bridesmaids, Miss Margaret
Smeeton of Cranford, N.J.; Miss
Grace Holbrook of North Adams,
Mass.; Miss Hattie Brockway and
Miss Julia Ryerson, Miss Jackson
wore a frock of pale green
mousseline de soie and silk and
carried the bride's bouquet of
Nephetos roses and lilies of the
valley. The bridesmaids' frocks
were of pale yellow silk and
tulle and their bouquets were of
Samuel H. Williams of
Glastonbury, Conn., was best
man, and the ushers were William
Hunt of Amherst. Dr. Edward H.
Coley, Frederic Richards of the
Yale Divinity School and Richard
D. Jackson. A reception and
wedding supper followed at the
bride's home, at 2011
Madison-avenue. The guests
included the Rev. Dr. E. P.
Sprague of Auburn, the Hon.
Samuel S. Sprague of Providence,
R.I., the Rev. Dr. Herrick,
chief of the missionary staff at
Constantinople, the Rev. Dr.
Herrick of Newark, N.J., Mrs. L.
H. Cobb, Mrs. E.F. Hunt of
Minnesota, Mr. and Mrs.. Richard
S. Cook, Jr., Mr. and Mrs.
Anthony D. Holmes, Col. and Mrs.
Littlejohn of Montclair, Mr. and
Mrs. J.W. Stickler of Orange,
the Rev. Dr. and Mrs.. S.H.
Virgin, ex-Senator Homer N.
Lockwood, and Mr. and Mrs..
Frank E. Sprague of Minneapolis.
Dr. and Mrs. Cobb will spend
their first year of wedded life
A pretty home wedding was that
last evening of Miss Corinna E.
Friedman, daughter of Col. Max
Friedman, to Leo Strassburger,
son of ex-Mayor Strassburger of
Montgomery, Ala. It was
celebrated at the bride's
residence. 789 Lexington-avenue,
and the service was read after
the orthodox Hebrew fashion
under a silken canopy, upheld by
the four ushers. The Rev. Dr.
Mendes of the Temple Shearith
The bride wore a handsome gown
of white corded silk and point
lace, and a rare old point lace
veil which had been worn by her
grand-mother on her wedding day.
It was caught with a diamond
crescent, the gift of the groom.
Little Miss Alma Phillips and
Master Fred Salomon attended the
bride, and wore picturesque
costumes of white satin and
black velvet. They carried
baskets of cut flowers, and the
bride carried a bouquet of white
orchids. The ushers were Moses
Wolf, Henry King, Lionel
Strassburger, and Sigmund
Sternaw. Among the guests at the
dinner and reception that
followed were John N. Hayward,
Mr. and Mrs. I.S. Stetenheim,
Mr. and Mrs.. L.J. Salomon,
Lucien Nathan, Charles Brook,
Mr. and Mrs.. Frank Philips, Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Duncan, the Rev.
and Mrs. Henry Jacobs, Mr. and
Mrs.. Tucker David, Mr. and Mrs.
Simon Scheuer, the Rev. Edward
Katchmaroff, and J.N. Bayward,
Jr. Mr. and Mrs.. Strassburger
will make an extended Southern
trip before taking up their
residence in Montgomery.
Delmonico's ballroom was the
scene last evening at 6 o'clock
of a fashionable wedding, that
of Miss Belle Strouse, daughter
of Abraham Strouse, and Hugo H.
Hahlo of the importing firm of
H. Hahlo & Co. The ceremony was
read by the Rev. Dr. Gottheil of
the Temple Emanuel under a
handsome floral canopy, and the
room was profusely decorated
with palms, ferns, and potted
plants. The bride, who was
unattended by either bridesmaids
or maids of honor, wore a Paris
gown of white corded silk and
point lace, and a point lace
veil held with a pin of
diamonds, pearls, and rubies,
the groom's gift. She wore at
her throat a pearl and diamond
necklace and medallion, the
presents of the brothers and
sisters of the groom, and she
carried a bouquet of lilies of
the valley and hyacinths. Julius
Hahlo, the groom's brother,
acted as best man, and the
ushers were Julius and Henry
Hahlo, M.C. Dannenbaum, Charles
A. Strouse, Brother of the
bride; Henry Friedman, and H. E.
Among the guests at the dinner
and reception that followed were
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Stiner, Mr.
and Mrs.. Martin E. Stiner, Mr.
and Mrs.. S. I. Mayer, Mr. and
Mrs.. Max Adler of New Haven,
Mr. and Mrs.. Abraham Strouse,
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Steiner,
Mr. and Mrs.. Henry Hahlo, Miss
Florence Hanover, Milton Arnold,
Mr. and Mrs.. Isaac Sommers,
Miss Lena Steiner and Albert
Goodman. The bride's presents,
which were displayed at her home
at 108 East Fifty-seventh
street, were very handsome and
included a complete dinner
service of silver from Mr. and
Mrs. Stiner. Mr. and Mrs.. Hahlo
left on a wedding trip through
the Northern States.
Miss Gertrude Hiller, daughter
of M.L. Hiller, was married last
evening at 6 o'clock to Gustave
Leve at Clark's in West
Twenty-third street. Prof. Felix
Adler of the Society of Ethical
Culture officiated. Sigmund
Bendt was best man, and the
ushers were Hugo H. and Egmont
Hiller, brothers of the bride;
Arthur Boas, and Edwin
Sinsheimer. There were no
bridesmaids. At the supper that
followed the ceremony the guests
included Mrs. G.B. Richard, Mrs.
E. Boss, Major J. B. Pond, Mr.
and Mrs.. Otto Horwitz, Mr. and
Mrs. O.L. Richard, C. E.
Lambert, H.W. Albro, Mr. and
Mrs.. Gustave Frank, Albert
Fries, Mr. and Mrs.. A.B.
Harris, Mr. and Mrs. Job H.
Jackson, Mr. and Mrs. F.S.M.
Biun, and Albert Frank. The
bride's presents which were
displayed to a few intimate
friends at her home at 153 West
Sixty-first street, were
numerous and very handsome.
Among them were a marble bust
from Mr. and Mrs. Horwitz, a cut
crystal table service from Mr.
Frank, and a silver ice-water
set from the employees of the
Monarch Palace Car Company. Mr.
and Mrs. Leve left on a long
Southern and European wedding