On the 6th inst., there took place in Toronto, the marriage of Miss Mureil Frances Jory, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. Newton Jory, to Major E.V. McKague, M.C., son of Mrs. H.H. McKague, and member of the firm of Elliott, Hume, McKague & Anger, Barristers, Toronto. The marriage was solemnized in St. Simon's Church, Rev. F.H. Brewin officiating, in presence of a large number of relatives and friends of the bride and groom, a reception afterwards being held at the residence of the bride's parents, 27 St. Andrews Gardens. It was a beautiful wedding of a lovely bride and a brave and handsome bridegroom. The bride was dressed in white crepe charmeuse, with train lined with shell pink Georgette, and carried a bouquet of pink rose buds and lilies of the the valley. She wore the conventional veil and orange blossoms. The bridesmaids, Miss Yvonne McKague, sister of the groom, and Miss Enid Snow, were beautifully gowned in yellow chiffon over silver, and blue chiffon over silver, respectively, with silver shoes and black picture hats. Among the many smart toilettes noticed were those of the bride's mother,jade Georgette over charmeuse, with French hat, and of the groom's mother, an exquisite Paris creation of grey Georgette crepe and lace, with girdle of turquoises set in silver, and a most becoming black hat. Mrs. W.J. Elliott also wore a handsome dress of grey crepe. Among the out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Gaunsaulus of Halifax with their little daughter, Miss Betty; Miss Annie Elliott of Los Angeles, Calif., aunt of the groom, and Mr. and Mrs. A.H. Howorth of Grimsby, the latter wearing a frock of black Canton crepe with touches of jade and a black French hat. Of interest to many of the guests was the fact that there were present the bride, bridesmaid, flower girl and groomsman of a wedding of 30 years ago - that of the groom's mother, Mrs. H.H. McKague. The bridesmaid of that occasion was Miss Kelly, of Toronto, now Mrs. A.H. Howorth of Grimsby, the flower girl, Miss Annie Elliott and the groomsman, Mr. W.J. Elliott, K.C., of Toronto. It was a happy occasion for such a reunion.