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Quincy Adams, married to Adams'
5. Emily Martin, relative of the
president, married to Lewis Ran
dolph. 6. Mary Easton, -..niece of Mrs.
Jackson, to LucienB. Polk.
7. Delia Lewis of Nashville, mar
ried to a member of the French lega
tion. (Fifth, sixth and seventh brides
married during President Jackson's
8. Elizabeth Taylor married to
William Waller of Williamsburg, Pa.,
9. Ellen Wrenshall Grant, known
as "Nellie," who became Mrs. Al
gernon C. F. Sartoris in 1874.
10. Emily Piatt in 1878, a niece
of President Hayes, who became the
wife of Gen. Russell Hastings.
11. Frances Folsom, who married
President Cleveland June, 1886.
12. Alice Roosevelt; now Mrs.
Nicholas Longworth, February, 1906.
13. Jessie Wilson, second daugh
ter of President Woodrow Wilson,
will be the thirteenth White House
bride and the fifth president's daugh
ter to be married in the White House
The bridegroom will be Francis
Bowes Sayre, assistant to District
Attorney Whitman of New York. The
date, though not yet announced, will
probably be set for some time in the
Tiny little pebbles,
Little grains of sand,
Queer a lot of spinach
In this mighty Jand
And bring golden dollars
To the dentist's hand.
New York. Strike vote of train
men will be ratified and day for strike
fixed at meeting of one thousand Sat
urday. Teacher In the sentence, "The
sick boy loves his medicine," what
part of speech is "love?" Johnny
It's a fib, mum
AVIATOR HAVENS DON'T WANT
RACE CALLED OFF
"If either Jannus or Johnson had
been drowned it would have been
little short of murder. Patrol boats
should be sent out ahead of each
flight to pick up those who are com
pelled to land." Aviator Beckwith
Havens, one of the entrants in the
Chicago - Detroit hydroaeroplane
Havens is the only one of the four v
flyers who started yesterday from
Grant Park to reach Michigan City,
the first stop, scheduled in the 900
mile flight. Johnson was forced to
descend at Whiting. Ind., because of
engine trouble, and Jannus had a
narrow escape from death in Lake
Michigan when his "machine plunged
into the water.
Jannus' machine sank in several
feet of water and divers will attempt
to rescue it today. The aviator was
found "by lifesavers after he had been
in the water for some time.
A proposal to call off the race met
with violent opposition from Havens,
who protested against being robbed
of his good start. He scored the pro
moters of the meet for the way they
han handled it.
Roy Francis left Grant Park this
afternoon in an effort to catch up to
Havens at Macatawa Bay, the con
trol for tonight. Johnson will also
try to make the second stop in one
Glenn Martin, who plunged into
the lake on a trial trip Monday, pre
pared to make a start late this after
noon or tomorrow.
Springfield. Gov. Dunne returned
today. Said he would have night
mare of appointments off his hands
by August 1.
For Chicago and vicinity; gener
ally fair tonight and Thursday; cool
er tonight; moderate winds shifting
to northerly and becoming variable.