Heinz - Esterle wedding
From Friday's Daily, Dec. 16. Married Under Difficulties. The ruling some time past by Deputy Deputy Attorney General of Kansas that a marriage license issued in one county county of the state wa3 not good in any other county, was the cause of a great deal of bother last night to , Mr. Heinz of Kansas City who had the good fortune to marry Miss Anna Es-terle. Es-terle. Es-terle. Mr. Heinz secured ja license in Kansas City, Kan., and svpposed that it was all right in everyyvray. Thf marriage was to have occurred early in the evening in time to enjoy the wed ding feast before taking the train. When the license was presented to Dr. Lenig he saw that it was not issued issued from Douglas county and informed informed the bridegroom that it would be necessary to secure another license in Douglas county. - Mr. Heinz and Dr. Lenig started out to find the probate ri judge and learned that he was in the country with his mother. The deputy judge was then located in the bo xoffice at the opera house, where he was selling selling tickets and could not leave. Train time was approaching and finally as a last resort Mr. Asher gave the keys o- o- the judge 's office to Mr. neinz and told him where he could secure the proper blank, which was brought to him. The blank was found and from the box office the license was .issued. The carriage in waiting took Mr. Heinz and the pastor back to the Es-terle Es-terle Es-terle home where a hurried ceremony was performed ,the bride and 'groom leaving immediately to catch the train. The guests partook of the wedding feast without the presenca of the bride and groom, in whose honor it was served. x .