SINCLAIR - ANDERSON.
The Toronto Globe of the 7th inst. has
the following: "The home of Mrs. P.
Anderson, 80 Bellevue avenue, was the
scene of a very pretty wedding on Thurs-
day, the 5th inst., when her youngest
daughter, Miss Clara L. Anderson, was
married to Rev. Archibald Gordon Sinclair,
M.A., Presbyterian minister of Port Hope.
The ceremony was performed by Rev. R.
G. Sinclair of Upper Canard, Nova Scotia,
the father of the bridegroom, assisted by
Rev. Mr. Gilray of the College street Pres-
byterian church, Rev. Mr. McGillivray of
Bonar Presbyterian church, Rev. Mr. Mac-
Williams, librarian Knox College, and Rev.
P.W. Anderson of Mt. Pleasant, brother
of the bride. The groomsman was Rev. D.
Bruce Macdonald, M.A., son of Mr. J.K.
Macdonald, manager of the Confederation
Life Assurance Company, and the brides-
maid was Miss Hetta Crookenden of To-
ronto. Miss Ada Mowray of Gravenhurst
played the wedding march as the
bride entered the room, escorted by her brother
Mr. D. R. Anderson, barrister-at-law, of
Lindsay. She wore a handsome gown of
cream stain, with a long bridal veil and a
bouquet of white roses. The bridesmaid,
Miss Crookenden, wore a gown of organdie
over yellow satin of effective design, and
carried a bouquet of pink roses. The house
was beautifully decorated with foliage
plants and cut flowers. After the cere-
mony a dejeuner was served, at which
over fifty guests were present, and at the
conclusion of which some very felicitous
and congratulatory speeches were made
and replied to in most appropriate terms
by the bridegroom, and songs were sung
delightfully by Mrs. Agnes Forbes Heyland
and the Rev and Mrs. P. W. Anderson.
On their return from their wedding journey
Mr. and Mrs. Sinclair will reside in Port
As stated above Mrs. Sinclair is a sister
of Mr. D. R. Anderson of this town, and
will be remembered by a number of young
people of this county who attended the
Oakwwood high school with her a few years
ago. The Watchman-Warder offers hearty