The Evening Mail (Halifax, Nova Scotia)
Tuesday, 14 September 1909, p. 6, col. 4:
The wedding took place this morning in St. Joseph's church at six o'clock, of Miss Mary A. MALLOY, of the staff of Mahon Bros. Ltd., and J.D. PRIDE, assistant manager at Austen Brothers. The ceremony was performed by the Very Rev. Monsignor DALY. The bride looked particularly charming in a princess gown of white silk voile, with the conventional veil. She carried a white prayer book. The bride was attended by Miss Mary D. BOUDREAU, who was becomingly attired in a dress of white silk mulle with hat to match. Her bouquet was of pink roses and maiden hair fern.
The groom was assisted by his brother, Edward E. PRIDE, of Sydney. Thomas R. MALLOY, brother of the bride, gave her away.
After the ceremony the party drove to the bride's home, where a reception was held and then repaired to the station, where they boarded the Flying Bluenose for Boston and other American cities. On their return they will reside at 2 Kempt road.
The presents were numerous. The bride and groom are very popular in a large circle, and the presents indicated the high esteem in which they are held. The groom's present to the bride was a cheque for a substantial amount and to the bridesmaid, a handsome gold bracelet set with pearls. Gifts were received from the members of St. Joseph's Cathechistical Society, Mahon Bros., and Austen Bros.