The wedding oí Mr. Henry W. Hawley, oí Denver, Col., and Miss Clara L'. Mack, of this city, was quietly celebrated at the residence of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Christian Mack, on S. Fifth aevnue, Wednesday at noon. But few guests aside from the immediate relativos of the party were present. Rev. Max Hein, of Zion church, performed the ceremony, after which a sumptuous wedding dinner was served, the bridal couple leaving on the 2:19 train for the west The bride wore a simple traveline costume and was attended br Miss Grace Hawley, of Kansas City, sister of the grootn, as bridesmaid. Edwin. F. Mack, of Detroit, a brother of. the bride, acted as groomsman. Among the relatives and fricnds present from out of the city were the following: The Misses Grace and Bessio Hawley, of Kansas City, Mo., Mr. and Mrs. N. Schmid, of Manchester; Miss Helen Smith, of Chicago; Ed. F. Mack, of Detroit; Miss Clara Meiser, of Detroit, and Mr. and Mrs. W. J. hbott, of Chicago. Probably two more popular young pcople in this city never united their fortunes. The bride has always been prominent dn social, church and charitable tiffairs. The groom, a gradúate of the literary department, was city editor of the Register in 1S82-4. He went from here to Minneapolis, where he became interested in the Journal, and built that paper into a strong organ. Ill-health made it necessary ior hiin to give up newspaper work ior a time, but he has again hold and is at present a large gtockholder and manager of the Denver Daily Times.