A newly-ele -ted just'ce of the peace, who had bei-n useil to drawing up wllls and deed and í.ttie ele, wascalled up to marry a coaple in liaste, líemovlng hls hat, lie íemarked: "Ilats olT In the presence of the court. ' All belng uncovered, he proeeeded: "llold up yer rljjht hand. You, John Makln, do yer solomuly swear to the best of yer knowledge aml belief that yor take t Is woman to have and to lio d for yerself, yer heirs, executors, adininistiators and assigus, for yer and thir uso. forever?" "I do.'" answered the gioom promptly. "You, Alice Kvans. lake thls yer man for yer husband, ter h;ive and ter hold forever; an' you do solemnly swear that yer lawfully seizeil in fee simple an' free from all incumbrance, an' havegood right to solí, bargain an'eonveyto said grantee, yerself, yer hcirs, adminlstrators and asigns'V "I- I do," said the bride, doubtfully.