At 7 o'clock Wednesday evening at the home of the bride's parents No. 56 3. Fifth ave., ocourred the marriage of Mr. David F. Maber, of Watsouville, Cal., to Miss Marie E. Bruegel, eldest daugbter of Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Bruegel. The wedding ceremony was perforrued by Rev. J. Nenmauu, pastor of Bethlehem chnrch, assisted by the bride's uncle, Rev. G A. Bruegel, j tor of St. Luke's chnrch, Erie, Pa. The rooms were haudsomely deoorated with a profusión of flowers elegantly arranged, marguerites being the ers that were uiainly used. The niaid of bonor was Miss Libbie Mogk, consin of the bride, and the best man was Mr. J. R. Dorsey of Watsonville, Cal. The ushers were Mr. Guy Albrigbt and Mr. Wm. Rafferty, both of Chicago. The wedding ruaroh was played by the sister of the bride, Miss Anna Bruegel. Mr. and Mrs. Maher left the ssyne evenjiDg for a short wedding trip east and will visit Cleveland, O., Erie and Meadville, Pa., Buffalo, N. Y., and Detroit, returning to Ann Arbot in time to take the Christian Endeavor excursión train which leaves here for California July 1. The invited guests were the inimediate relativos of the family and af ter the ceremony an elegant wedding supper was ser ved to them. Miss Bruegel is oue of Ann Arbor's biightest and best young ladies and her many friends while regretting to lose her from among them will wish her the happiness and prosperity she so richly deservea. Mr. Maher is a gradúate of the law department, class of '95, is prosecuting attorney of Watsonville, and oue of the rising young lawyers of that section.