Emma Boltz and August Schwalbe Wedding
many number little minority. fine oC Amos Eddie were and nf Thomas Twl- a son an- PRETTY EAST Miss Emma Boltz Becomes the Bride of August Schwalbe. In one of the prettiest weddlnprB soon In th^ east end in some time, Misa Emma Emma Boltz and Aufrum Schwulbo were married Wednesday night. The wedding: wedding: took place nt 7 o'clock nt 1364 East Sungamon street, the residence nf the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William William Boltz. Rev. William Hi'Vne, pnstnr of PI. Johannes' German Lutheran church, of- flrlated. His son, Ernest lloyne. played "Hearts and Flowers" d u r i n g the ceremony There were four n t t c n d a n t H , MisK Martha Boltz and Otto Srhwnlho and MlHs Lydla Schwalbe and Will Hos- tonen. The bride and the irmlds were gowned in white. DECORATIONS. Tasteful decorations adorned the house. The parlor. In which the ceremony ceremony was performed, was decorated simply with ferns. The d i n i n g room was decorated with roses. The largo lawn by the house was lighted by Chinese lanterns. At tables on the lawn light refreshments were served after super. An informal reception followed thi ceremony. About f i f t y guests were present. A m o n K them were A. Boltz and w i f e of Rloominftton, Miss lynilm' H u f f m a n of Bloominglon and George Naylor and wife of Chicago, Clone friends and immediate relatives were the other Kuests. An elaborate wedding wedding supper was served. MUSIC. Music wÂ«s the chief amusement a f t e r supper. A m o n g the wedding guests wÂ«re several whn played the piano, mandolin or the Kiiltiir. Many presoijts wore received hy tho bride. Silverware, f u r n i t u r e nnd were the most conepleuous. early enough f u r n i t u r e was received nlnh the couple's houm- at 1034 Eoct Condlt street. Mr. and Mt-Â«. SchwalbÂ« will start to houBCkccplnir at that plui-8 I m m o d l n t o l y . Mrs. Schwalbo Is tho d a u g h t William Boltz,nnd cast end b u t c h e cer. She and the rest of ln-r family are prominent amung the members of St. Johannes' c h u r c h , Slii haÂ« for time been bookkeeper for her father. Her place w i l l be taken Viy her sister. Miss Laura Holtz. Mr. Hchwalbe works at tho Wnh,ish round hout-e. Sunday evening Mr. and Mm. Schwalhe will give a ." o'clock d i n to a n u m b e r of t h e i r yminiter J*|pturrw of NtorniV Work. A. J. Kiilscr. the coninilsxion mnr- chiint. Is siM'iidlnur hi" v a c a t i o near St Paul. He sends home cnploh the SÂ«. I'aul papers g i v i n g .11 counts the cyclone t h a t s t r u c k th.it M l n n o a p n l l H la Â»t S a t u r papers have several rmirrn "f half tones n l i o w l i i K hÂ«' linvoc wr.HiKlil hy storm, which wrecked a t h e a t e n u m b e r of o t h e r bis hiillilitiKs. m i n i n g m a n y residences. Mr. w e n t to St. Taul to ret-t tip ."id enjny l i t t l e (|Uict. l i u t It Is likely t his experience ho never went t h r any more e x c i t i n g times. GAME WARDENS GET A BEATINGl Attacked By Threr I-Tuhrrmpn XVhllo SeUlnB NrU In XÂ«'rlnK I.nko. Pekln. I l l s , Aug. 20.--Cl.ime W.irdcn ,T. A. Kites of ChampalKil and C'li.irlc* O'Nell of Homer were HKsaiilteil .it Spring Lake by John nelr.itec and his sons, J o h n nml Charles flhhermen. Tho wardens c l a i m t h a t a t t e m p t e d to seize some nets were set upon by HIM fishermen O'Nell was knocked down w i t c l u b and received n bad wound on head, and Sites was held so t h a could not nÂ«lÂ«t h i s brother officer.