The followïng i from the San José (Cal.) Daily Herald concerning the marriage of two well known Ann Arbor parties. The groom, Dr. E. K. Wagner, is the son of ffm. Wagner, and recently left for China. The bride, Miss Myrtie C. Hudson, was a former student in the University. "The steamer O:eanic, which sailed from San Francisco on Wednesday last, September llth, bore weetward one whose many friends will miss her from San José none the less for their deepest interest in her new life and work. "A quiet wedding took place in the newly turnished etudy in the Presbyterian church, on Friday, September 5th,when Miss Myrtie C. Hudson gave her hand in marriage to Dr. Edward R. Wagner of Ann Arbor, Michigan. Thu ceremony, performed by Rev. II. Minton, was short and impres8ive, and was witnessed only by Miss Hudson's family anti three or four friends, her immediate attendants being her two little nephews, Robtrt acd Charlie Hudson. " Oa Thursday evening preceding her marrage, a farewell service was held at the prayer meeting rooms of the Presbyterian church, of which Miss Hudson was a member, and from which she carries the good-will and prayers of many Christian people into her new work - ;he upbuilding of Ohrist's kingdotn in Northern China. A handsome testimonial in the shape of a well-filled purse was presented to Miss Hudson at the close of tue service, and an hour or more was then pleasantly gpent in introducing Dr. Wagner to her many friends. "Miss Hudson has lived in San José since early childhood and her consistent and beautiful Christian life has greatly endeared her to all who have the rare good fortune to be called her friends Öae will be sadly missed in her home, in the church work, and not least of all by her pupils and fellow-teachers of the State Normal School, where for several years she has been esteemed and beloved as a faithful and inspiring teacher. The many and valuable gifts she carries to her new home expresa but in part this appreciation and love. The little good-by meeting on Friday afternoon just before train time, when teachers and pupila pressed about her for a last cordial hand grasp, will long be remejnbered with warmth and affeeton. '' Dr. Wagner, a fellow-student of Miss Hudson's at the University of Michigan, is a young man of high character and abitity, fitted by nature and the best training this country affords, to succeed in thed fficult workoi the medical missionary in a foreign land. "Dr. S'eele, late ac'ing pastor of the San Jo-e Presoyteriaa church, and family, who were o:d Ann Arbor friends of both Dr. and Mrs. Wagner, Dr. C. E. Babb and many San Francisco friends were preeent at the sailing, with a hand of sytnpathy and good cheer for the family who were thus parting with an only daughter and sister, and a cordial God-speed for Dr. and Mr?. Wagner."