Issue 5 and Volume 40.

WEDDING OF MISS ALICE DIVEN. An interesting wedding, from the fact that the bride was the accomplished daughter of the secretary and treasurer of the American Water Works association, was consummated at Elmira N. Y., on the 18th instant. The ceremony, which was held at the old Diven homestead, was at tended by a large number of relatives and invited friends of the genial secretary and his amiable wife in Elmira and those of the bridegroom from Detroit, and, to all intents and purposes, it proved to he one of the most delightful events the Chemung city has celebrated in many a day. Miss Alice Diven, only daughter of John M. Diven was married to Mr. Thomas Farmer, jr., assistant superintendent of the Consolidated Car Heater company, of Albany, N. Y., whose father is the originator of the Detroit street railroad system and is one of the best known mechanical…

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