Last evening at 7 :30 o'olock a very pretty wedding waa celebrated at St. Andrew's Episoopal oburob, when Mr. Howard Bement, of Lansing, aud Miss JVIarguerite Donglas, danghter of Mr. and Mrs. Win. W. Donglas, of 67 E. Washington st., were nnited. The oereraoiiy was performed by Rev. Henry Tatlock, reotor of St. Andrew's, in the preseuce of a large nnruber of the relatives and friends of the parties. The chnrch was very prettily deoorated with inarguerites and the bride carried a large boquet of these flowers in her hand. The bridesiuaid was Miss Helen Donglas, sister of the bride, and the groom was attended by bis consin Mr. Edwin Beinent, of Lansing. After the ceremony a sruall reueptiou was given to the irurnediate relativee and friends at the home of the Mr. H. W. and the Misses Douglas, 62 E. Hoorn st, who are tbe bride's nucle and aunts. Mr. and Mrs. Bement left on the evening train for a brief wedding trip.