19010213newsp14 wp woodruff hussey 735w 30w stead engagement paris london
t M1S5 - - HQSSEY TO WM - ; - "WTXIi WED AT.TBTD ISTEAJ, OF LOaTDON, THIS XONTH. - J ' ' . Are on Their Way Here Kow Tlie Marriage Take Place in Woodruff Place.' A Ixn3on Enlanl! letter to Tbe Indi - ari.ifj.s5i News ear a; "JIii9 Mary I!u!ej of Indianapolis. l in lndon Uh th family of T. ??3(t. and h - V enajremm has been an - rounrei to AJfred Stead, yoanreyt son of 53r. and lira. Stead. Tber iriii n and the place late in the a Fhruary 4 for ItidiarjajkoUa. j marriage will take Huwy, la WorwtMff Ilace. The brlde - errrm win return atj once with his brid to Europe. They (esipect to take an ex - terFiye JrfjT; rrhar.p "going ar.und the worJri. before - tthr., In Ixndorv.' I - rili Hufy came abma.l last June with Mr?; Ma,y Wright Sewall. and met hf - r future haband in Pari. Hmi St wall and Mf. Stead have long" been frtTHl. and Mr. Stead. Sr.. took a proml - r - nt pant in the cor.ference on Mnter - t?ati..nali - m. hU - h Mrs. Sewall started in the American pavilion of the exposition. exposition. ' ' - "Alfred Stead is about twenty - one years r.'d. and Ms awlated with his fathVr in t tiie Rvi - w of Reviews. He has seen a i great deal of foreign life, and is said to j possess much abllltr .Th( ,,,. ' ' , . .JZ vr?F' 5'lanf 7 ,f or u,rt - 1. f I i' t - f f j, ' .attended only by Mr. and Mrs. j eteaa - and aiiss Hussey's relatives. , - j "The eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Stead, - t - T. Stead, Jr.. married an American I a - lrl from rMm m - H' !" " " ".I1""'"" uu,'" r ' - f .ttiMvuv a.