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THE GARDEN ISLAND' TUESDAY, JANUARY 25, 1916,
THE LATEST WAR PICTURES
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COLONEL HOUSE SAILS ON MISSION FOR PRESIDENT WILSON ABOARD S. S.
DAM," LEAVING NEW YORK DEC. 28.
Colonel Edward Mandell House (cent) on board the S. S. "Rotterdam" on which vessel ht sailed for
a visit of six weeks or two months in London, Paris and Berlin. He goes as the representative of Presi
dent Wilson, and as such be will visit both the American Embassies in these cities and the statesmen at
the head of affairs in all three nations. Colonel House's mission, according to those who know, is to pave
the war for a better and closer understanding b 'tween the Enropean nations and this country to the end
that misapprehension of our attitude and views and actions may be measurably avoided in future. From
left to right: Dudley Field Malone, Col. E. M. House, Dr, Carv T. Grayson the personal physician to
President Wilson. In rear, left to right: C. N. Carver, secretary to Col. House and S. E. Mezea, Presi
dent of the College of the New York.
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CHAIRMAN OF HOUSE MILITARY AFFAIRS COMMITTEE.
James Hay, of Virginia, is the chsiirmnn of the House of Repre
sentatives Committee on military affairs He is one of the leaders of
the House Democrats and has been in Congress for more than sixteen
GENERAL SARAIL, COMMANDER OF THE FRENCH FORCES
'PEACE SHIP OSCAR II" THE CAPTAIN AND HENRY FORD, THE PEACE PROMOTER.
WILLIAM A. JONES. CON
' Chairman of the Insular Affairs
Committee which will lead the
fight again this year for the Phili
ppine bill, increasing the liberty
of the Filipinos.
JOHN W, KERN. SENATOR
Chairman of the Democratic
Caucus in the Senate.
FRENCH SOLDIERS PROTECTED AGAINST GERMAN GASES