No American marriage created greater interest in 1906 than that of Miss Alice Roosevelt - often affectionately referred to by the Press of her native country as "Princess Alice " - to Mr. Nicholas Longworth, a member of the American Congress. Mr. Longworth was then thirty-six, and his bride twenty-one, and the wedding took place at the White House. The strenuous daughter of a strenuous father, Mrs. Longworth, as Miss Roosevelt, won much popularity by her unconventionality and bonhomie. An accomplished horsewoman and an expert shot, she has always displayed a great devotion to sport. At the same time, she has been fond of society, and no girl in America has enjoyed a more interesting and brilliant social life. She first met her husband when Mr. Roosevelt was Vice-president of America, and the acquaintance, which ripened into love, was continued on the steamship Manchuria, Mr. Longworth being one of those who, under the guidance of Mr. Taft, accompanied Miss Roosevelt to the Far East. She is now mistress of a beautiful home in Cincinnati.
Mrs. Nicholas Longworth Fleet Agency