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taf. WASHINGTON, D. C., -JANUARY 1, 1922. A sedan chair wedding was recently per formed at Hampton Court Palace, England. The bride was conveyed to church in a sedan chair which was over 400 years old. The best man carried one end of the chair. The groom, Tom Hankey, at left; the bride. Miss Angela Nugent Heade, sits in chair. A novelty in headgear?and, oddly enough it does not come from Paris, but from the Pacific coast fashion centcr, Los Angeles. The hat, which resembles a Roman helmet, is worn by Miss Jacqueline Logan. (t) ggk KJK'A -| (KB s'MAS A M ;/Y7m^R President Harding gets California almonds for a Christmas present. Dorothy Martin, seven years old, locked the silver-mounted, fifty-pound redwood chest containing the nuts before it was placed on the express train for Washington. iiit<*rnatiuiiii1. Jazz may be infernal, as some of its Critics say?but something jazzier than jazz has been found! Western jazz musicians have found that by placing cornet and trombone, horn to horn, that they can produce something entirely new?an entirely new.note?the craziest note on record! >?) Cutler wood & Underwood. Miss Violet Terwilliger, woman sculptor, working on the second largest figure memorial to be presented by the people of the United States to Brazil on the latter's centennial cele bration next September. The figure is eighty-five feet high, designed by Charles Keck. Iniernatioiuu. A typical winter scene in the trawling in dustry of Massachusetts. Photograph shows the pilot house of the fishing boat Surf after it arrived in port. The fishermen endure all sorts of hardships and the industry loses many lives each winter. Capt. Edward C.tJ. Corsi of Brooklyn, fly ing ace of the Kosciuzko Escadrille, returns to America. Capt. Corsi went to France in 1915, joined the Lafayette Escadrille and later was a member of the American flying forces. s?) Key & I one View ('??. Frank J. Burnham of Melrose, Mass., establishes a new gasoline vehicle record. He recently drove his tractor around the Readville track, towing ten tons, at a speed of eighteen miles an hour. Cutler wood & t'nderwiMMl. Over the Water in perfect form. Photograph taken during the running of the Wickham Chase at Gatwick, England. ? Willi* World lMtotu.