The following undated, unidentified newspaper article was found in a copy of Helen Craft's Scrapbook at the Lowell Public Library:
James E. Oliver, of Pueblo, and Bertha E. Maxwell, of East Chicago, were married at the residence of the officiating clergyman, Rev. J. Grace, 616 Summit avenue, yesterday morning. Mr. Oliver is foreman of one of the departments in the steel works and is a young man of high moral and christian character. The bride is a school teacher of the city whence she came and will be welcomed here. The newly wedded couple have the best wishes of a large number of friends and acquaintances. They go to housekeeping at 1219 Stone avenue. -- Pueblo (Colorado) Chieftain.
Miss Maxwell's old home was near this city, and her many friends here will join in wishing them happiness. This estimable young lady was popular in social circles and her friends do miss her.