Maude Marie Elder
MARRIAGE OF R. E, DAVIS AND MISS MAUDE ELDER Robert B. Davis and Miss Maude Mario Elder boarded the south-bound Orovlllo local train this morning, and If their plans have not gone amiss they are now husband and wife. < Mr. Davis confessed to a "Democrat" representative that they 'were going to Yuba City for tho purpose- of being married there today. After tho wedding they will leave for Orovlllo to visit Ed Elder, the bride's brother who Is in charge of the Kliiklc Ravine power house, IS miles north of that city They will probably remain several weeks with Mr. Elder and his . , , --"••-.V .H..V. tvlsu Uiu . ,,, ^l, 1L . o t« hi' 0 » 1 s " Ot llecl<lo(1 definitely as tQ his future course, and may conclude to return to Woodland Mr. Davis is a native of Pennsylvania, and the oldest son of Miss Anna Davis, who resides in Pittsburg He came to California about four years ago. During. 1,I 9 residence of several years In this ctty he has been oth' u ™. »*ta other lines, nnd was generally regarded as very efficient in whatever occupation he was engaged, lie is a youue J","" Ot e = teIn P 1 »ry habits and very pop! Mr Th l ! TL < ! e V hc olclcsl ( "»'S'"er of Mr. and-M.ru.,J.-J. Elder of this city She was educated In the grammar schools of this city and Is a vor,"estimable young lady. Though these young peo| ,, c na been devotedly attached to one another for a long time, and it was generally supposed that tbey were engaged, the date of their marriage was known only by the relatives.