The tnany friends in Ann Arbor of Theodore Huss will read with pleasure the following extract froni yesterday' Saginaw Evening News: "A happy wedding was solemnized this afternoon at 3 o'clock at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Endert, 525 Lapeer st., in which their daughter. Miss Elizabeth Endert, was united im maririage with Theodore Huss, In th presence of relativea. Rev. Fred. Voli offieiated, Ernest Huss acting aa groomsinan, and Miss Clara Endert as bridesruadd. The parlora were tastefully decorated and niainy riah and beautiful presente, were left as testimoniáis of esteem. "After the ceremony the bridal party sat down to a wedding dinner and at 6 o'clock Mr. and Mrs. Huss left on a western trip. On their return tliey will take up their home at 316 Oherry st. The guests from outslde the city were Miss Amelia Huss, of Ann Arbor, sister of the groom, hiis three brotliers, Eugene, of Atron, O., Ernest, of Dayton, O., Albert, of Monroe, and his cousiu, Mies Amandai Luick. "The bride is an accomplishod young lady, espeoially well known in musicail circles where her talent as a vocalist is warmly recognized. The groom is one of energeöo young buálness men, highly respected for hi manly qualities aotd many g-enial characteflstics of head and heart. He is tiecrrtiLi-y and treasurer of the Lufkin Rule Co., is well known through, out Ui staite and as a public spirited citizens is active 1n aill that tends to , holp iaginaw and keep her in line aa a pi-ogreasive city."