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THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALP7 WEPNl&I)Ay, JUL U, IM
CANADA'S CABINET
LITTLE CHANGED
Premier Jfclghon Retains All
Esccpt Two Members of
Borden Ministry.
8 NEW OFFICIALS NAMED
K. G. Wigmoro, Minister of
Customs; F. B. McCurdy, Pub
lic Works, and E. K. Spinney.
Ottawa, July 1J. Prime Minister
Xltlgticn to-day announced the aelcctlon
of his Cabinet, containing all tho mem
bers, except two, of the Cabinet of Sir
Robert Borden, hla predeceiaor.
New Cabinet officers ore R. W. Wis
more, Minister of Customs and Internal
Revenue: F. B. McCurdy, Minister of
Public Works, and E. K. Spinney, M. P.,
Minister without portfolio. The position
of Sollcltor-General remains to be filled.
The list follows: Arthur Me'lghen,
Premier and Minister for External Af
fairs J A. Calder, President of the
Council and Minister of Immigration
and Colonliatloni Sir George, Foster,
Minister of Trade and Commerce, Sir
James Umgheeil, Minister of th In
terior. Sir Henry Drayton, Minister of
Finance . Hugh Guthrie, Minister of
Militia ; A. L. Slfton, Secretary of State ;
Dr Keld, Minister of Railways : Senator
Robertson, Minister of Labor! C. C. Bal.
lantyne, Minister of Marine and Fish
eries and Minister of Naval Service ; F.
B. McCurdy, Minister of Public Works;
C. J. Doherty, Minister X)f Justice ; Sen
ator Blondln, Postmaster-General: Dr.
F. F. Tolmle, Minister of Agriculture;
r, W. Wlgmore, Minister of Customs
and Inland Revenue, and Sir Kdward
Kemp and E. K. Spinney, M. P., Min
isters without portfolio.
Sir James Loucheed also will act as
Superintendent-General of Indian Af
fairs, and Dr. Reld will preside over the
dual departments of railways and
canals.
GAS BOMBS IN 3ERLIN
UNIVERSITY RIOTING
Worhmcn and Students Clash
at Nicolai Lecture.
BtRU.v. July 13 Extraordinary
scents occurred to-day In the great hall
of Berlin University, where lectures by
Prof G. F. Nlcolal, professor of physiol
ogy In the university, and George Lede
bour, Independent Socialist leader, were
delivered. Prof. Nlcolal, who la a well
known pacifist, was Interned during the
war and boycotted by the reactionary
section of the students.
Long before the lectures began ele
ments from the working classes filled
the hall and the students could find no
room. Thereupon a free fight broke
out. which was accompanied by the
throwing of mlssllles containing obnox
ious gases. The rector of the university
called upon the security police.
An exhortation by the rector to the
workers, asking them to keep quiet and
telling them that the university belonged
to the students, was greeted with diouts
in reply that the university belonged to
the people.
The debate after the lectures had con
cluded was drowned In the general hubbub.
BRITAIN TO URGE
SHANTUNG DECISION
Will Advise Japan to Restore
Part of Province' Now.
London, July 13. The British Gov
ernment will not fall to take suitable
steps for settlement of the Shantung
question, Cecil R Harmsworth, Under
Secretary for Foreign Affairs, said to
night In the House of Commons.
The statement was made In reply to a
ojestfcm as to whether the Government
nould Instruct the Ambassador at Tokto
o urge upon Japan the advantage of
mmed late restoration to China of por
tions of Shantung which were not con-.iu-d
by Cermany 'before the war. He
also stated the Government rad .re
etved no communication frcm the
Chinese Government relating to control
of the Shantung railway by Japanese
iroops.
U.S. OFFICER HALTS
ITALIAN-CROAT FIGHT
Andrews Steps in at Spalato
American Reported Killed.
TmiSTB, July IS. Rear Admiral PhlUp
Andrews, commander of the American
warships In the Adriatic, has taken
command of the situation at Spalato,
Dalmatla, where Jugo-Slavi and Ital
ians clashed on Sunday during a Jugo
slav demonstration. Six persons ore
reported killed.
An American officer Is said to havo
been among tho victims.
Three Italian destroyers have arrived
at Spalato and Serbian mlUtary police
are patrolling the atrrvts. Order has
been restored.
Rom, July is. The American Ad
miral controlling tho coast outside the
armistice tone near Spalato, Dalmatla,
was responsible for the ending of an
encounter that occurred Sunday be
between Jugo-Slava and Italians In the
town of Spalato, It was announced In
a semi-official communique to-day.
According to a Zara despatch to the
Oiornale d'JtaUa, a warship anchored In
the harbor sent a small motor boat to
rescue Italian officers attacked by a
mob, but the boat .was fired upon and
forced to retreat to the ship. It subse
quently returned, accompanied by an
other boat, but the Serbian troops are
said to have opened fire on the two.
Later the crowds engaged In the dem
onstration were dispersed by the Serbians.
FOCI IS SENT FOR.
BY ALLIES AT SPA
Continued from Firtt Pagi.
ter to Premier Delacroix stating that
they would not be able to answer this
question until the coal problem was
settled.
. Marshal Foci) is expected to arrive
here to-morrow morning and Field Mart
shal Sir Henry Wilson by to-morrow
evening.
Washington, July II. No report of
the killing of an American officer dur
ing street fighting at Spalato or the
participation by American naval forces
in recent disturbances there has been
received at the Navy Department The
cruiser Olympla and several destroyers
are stationed in the Adriatic.
URGES AID TO SAVE
STARVING POLAND
Hugh Gibson Appeals to,
Americans to Send Help.
Washington, July l. If suffering
and starvation In Poland are to be
averted there must be Immediate prac
tical nld from the United States. Hugh
Gibson, American Minister to Poland,
now In Washington, declared In an ap
peal to the American people resulting
l-om reports of great suffering of the
Poles In the path of the retreating Polish
army.
"Irt my opinion," said Mr. Gibson, "the
food drafts of the American Relief Ad
ministration offer a most effective way
of meeting the present crisis. These can
be purchased In any American bank and
turned over to the American Relief Ad
ministration for emergency relief."
Herbert Hoover, as chairman of the
American Relief Administration, sup
ported Mr. Gibson's appeal and advo
cated the purchase of food draftstfor the
Polish destitute. These drafts can be
procured at almost any bank and should
be sent to the European Children's Fund,
US Broadway, New York.
PARIS LEGION POST
FIGHTS FALSE NEWS.
Will Foster Friendly Rela
tions Between Nations.
Special Cable Dopatch to Tits Scs ami New
Yok Heulb. .CopyripM, ittO, by Tits Svx
and New Yosic Hrmn.
Paris, July 13. The Paris Post of
the American Legion has taken the first
step toward dispelling the effects of
raise statements regarding ine unuea
States and France which are likely to
disturb the amicable relations between
the two republics.
Tho post at a meeting last night
unanimously adopted a resolution to
combat all false news which would en
danger the historic friends-hip between
the two countries and also to request
Congress to Insert In the Concretsionol
Record a statement by high French offi
cials In appreciation of American
amity.
The Paris Tost has decided to raise'
a 5.000,000 franc endowment fund. The
money will be used to carry on the ac
tivities of the post. Including aid to
former soldiers who return to France.
To Obserre L.nfnyette Day.
Observance of Lafayette-Marne day on
September 6, which also Is Labor Day,
Is urged by the Lafayette Day National
Committee, which was organized five
years ago. The day Is the nnnrversary
of the birth of Lafayette In 1757 and
that of the battle of the Marne In 1914.
Governors of New York. Connecticut,
New Jersey, Rhode Island and eight
other States have Issued special procla
mations Inviting attention to this holl
day. Charles .Stewart Davison Is hon
o-ary secretary of the committee.
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GERMAN REVOLUTION
OVER COAL IS FEARED
Reply at Spa Points Out Dan
gers of Allied Order.
Sr-A, Belgium, July 13. The official
communique In to-day's proceedings of
the conference says :
"At a plenary conference this evening
Dr. Simons (German Foreign Secretary)
submitted the German coal reply and
emphasised the necessity of obtaining
the assent of owners and miners for an
Increase In the output, and also for Im
proving the feeding of the miners. He
said that for the Government to order
higher tonnage without such an agree.
ment would be to run the risk of a re
volt' '
The German Foreign Secretary said
to-night to the Associated Press: "The
Allies may, under the treaty, give us
an order concerning coal. If they have
an order we, of course, would try to
satisfy It But we do not believe we
could. That would not be a voluntary
cooperative arrangement"
Dr, Simons said later: "The Allies
can occupy the Ruhr or other territories.
They can send their own agents Into
Germany and probe the situation. They
may fix any penalties. We are not In
a position to resist"
The Secretary expressed the attltudo
of the German delegation as it is to
night, but the Allied Ministers hope, be
fore they take further measures, that
the Germans may change their decision.
Marshal Foch will leave Paris to
night arriving at Spa to-morrow morn
lng. Field Marshal Wilson Is scarcely
expected to reach here from England
before to-morrow afternoon or evening.
The Supreme Council will meet Im
mediately after their arrival, the Ger
man delegation remaining here mean
while. The German delegates after the morn
ing meeting of the Reparations Commit
slon. when asked to amplify their pro
posal, sent a letter to Premier Dela
croix saying that It would be Impos
sible for them to be definite In their pro
posals until the coal question was set
tled. It appears that It Is not so much
a question of mining coal In a quan
tity sufficient to give 300,000 tons
monthly more than Germany offers but
rather the difficulties of the German
Government In financing the delivery
out of their budget
Dr. Simons said late to-night that
the Germans had nothing to add to their
coal proposition. He regretted exceed
ingly the position taken by the Allies
and said that the. Germans must simply
await further action.
Mlllerand Remains Firm.
M. Mlllerand, the French Premier,
regrets that It Is not possible for Ger
many to cooperate with the Allies In
the execution of the' treaty, but he Is
firmly resolved to stand on the position
now taken up.
Premier Lloyd George had no com
ment to make. He considers the
action of the Supreme Council speaks
for itself.
In well Informed circles It Is the opln-
Ion that It enforcement fs undertaken
tho Ruhr will be surrounded rather than
occupied,
During the day Chancellor Fehren
bach, the' head of the German delega
tion, directed the attention1 of the Sec-retary-Qeneral
of the conference to Inci
dents during the war in which the Ger
mans declared they had been victims of
aggression by the Allies,- The Chan
cellor' asked for a thorough investigation
of the German allegation!
BLOWS EXCHANGED IN
SPA WITH GERMANS
Delegates Ejected From Cafe
and Journalists Beaten'.
Spa, July' IS, Home of the members
of the German delegation have com
plained to Chancellor Fehrenbach of ag
gressions of which they claim to have
been the victims since their arrival at
Sna. One Journalist attached to tho
German delegation came to blows with
a former Belgian officer whose house he
occupied at Spa during the war.
According to these claims, last even
ing as the Germans were seated In a
cafe the orchestra struck up the British
national anthem. When the Germans
began singing In their native tongue a
Belgian civilian took offence ana oraortta
them out They refused to leave, but
were finally ejected after a sharp seuffle
In which the same Journalist received a
blow over the nose with a cane.
The Belgian civilian ran out of the
cafe Just as Herr von Eckhardt. editor
of the Hamburg FremrfenMaH, and Herr
Stoklossa, correspondent of the Wolff
Agency, were passing. Recognlilng
them, the civilian struck Stoklossa In
the face with his cane,
correspondent so severely
fined to bed to-day.
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Adamaon, Itobm
AMitrom, Carl K.
Albec, Edward F.
Alexander, MaJ. (ten. Itobtr;
Allln, Mri. George A.
Aran, Louis Annln
Anderaon, Mra. Emma W. P.
Applelon, MaJ. (ten. Daniel
Arnitetn, Leo
Atpegren, John
Auchinclou, Gordon
Auttln, Chcllla A.
Ilarhe, Jules S.
Ilacon, Mr. Francis McNeill
Ilnlley, Frank
Daker, Geoige W.
names, Mrs. Courtlandt D.
'latchelor, Hronion
Oayne, Stephen V. ,
Beard, Anson McCook
Heard, Daniel C.
Beecher. Mrs. William C.
Belmont, August
Berry. Brie. Gen. Charles W,
Bertron. B. Beading
Bingham, Miss Amelia
Bodanikr. Artur
Uondy. Mrs. B. M.
"Bonjmge. Bobert W.
llootn, commander i.iangc
llne '
Booth, Gen. Balllncton
Bnrden. Howard 8.
Bnjrl. Ednnrd V.
Brartner. Mrs. Frank E.
Brtdtman, Herbert Law
rence '
Brl.'tol. John I. D.
Brokaw, George T.
Brown. Elmer Ellsworth,
LL. D.
Ilruckhauer. Frederick
Bruere, Henry
Brash, George TV.
Billiard, l.t. Gen. Bobert L.
Burch. Bishop Charles Sum
ner, D. D.
Burden, Mrs. James 'A., Jr.
Burgess, Blthnn Frederick
nurnilde. n. It.
Burrell, Rev. David James,
D. D.
Butter. Nicholas Murray.
LL. D.
Buxton, Henry XV.
Cadiran, Ilev. E. Parkes,
P. P.
Calder, Mr. Alexander
Calder. Hon. William M.
Carey, Peter J.
Carl, William C.
Carpenter. Mls Alice
Cas. Alvln C.
Chapln, Henry Dwlpht. M.D.
Choate, Joeph H Jr.
Choate, Miss Mabel
Clarke, Joseph I. C.
Clarke, Lesrls L.
Clarke, Thomas B.. Jr.
rilnton. Francis Wright
Coekran. Hon. W. Bourke.
Cohen. Hon. Julius Jtenry
Colby, Hon. Patnbrldge
Coler. Bird 8.
Comr-ton. George Brokaw
Conhoy, Martin
Condon. Thoma G.
Content. Mr". Harry
(V.peland. Rnvat 8.. M. D.
Coudert. Frederic R.
CownerthTalt, Col. J. How
ard Crane, trin"
Cravath, Paul n.
Cravath, Mr., Paul D.
CtwVett. Albert 8.
fro.by. Mr". Frederic V. 8.
rroee, tienie i.
Crnthers. Ml" Rachel
Cruder, Bertram ele N.
frilkshank. Warren
C"iman. Mrs. Janw.
Stewart
Dady. Michael J.
Damrnsch, Walter
Pald.on, Henry F.
Pay, Joseph P.
Peernn, William F.
de Rivera, Mrs. Belle
Pike, Hon. Norman 8.
Dodge. Mrs. William DeL.
Poehler. H. H.
Donovan. William J.
Door. Goldthwnlte H.
Down. Mr. E'len Kirk
Ponid. Hans D.
Dufritld, Rev. Howard, D.D.
Eckert. John A.
Edwards. William H.
Egbert. Jame' C Ph. D.
EtMlt. Otto M.
Ellert. Ernest F.
F.lkus, Hon. Abram I
Elkus. Mrs. Abram I.
Elliott. Howard
Enrlght. Richard E.
Ettlnger. William L.
Falrchild. Julian D.
Farrell. William J.
Felgl, Col. Kred
Flnley. John it.. Ph. D.
Fleke, Rear Adm. Bradley A.
Flke, Dr. E. Rodney
Flags:, James Montgomery
Flagler. Mrs. Harry H.
Flint. CT-arles R.
Ftynn. William J.
Ford. Andrew W.
Forythe, Mrs. Grace
Straehan
Fosdlck, Raymond R.
Fox. Austen a. ,
Frallek. W. O.. M. D.
Franklin. William K.
French. Daniel Chester
Freund. John C.
Frohman, Daniel
Gallagher. Mrs. John
Marshall .
Gannon. Frank 8.. Jr.
Garrison, Hon. Llndley M.
Oatllng, Nordome P.
Gerard. Hon. James W.
Gibson, Charles Dana
Gibson. Mrs. Charles Dana
Olfford. Jame. M.
Olldersleeve. Hon. Henry A.
Gillespie, George J.
Glennon. Rear Adm. J. F.
Ooethals. MaJ. Gen. Geo. W.
Golden, John L.
Goldmark, Rubin
GoM'mfth. Miss Evelyn M.
Goldstein. Rev. Herbert B.
Goldstein. Rev. Israel
Gooderson, Mrs. Mav M.
Goodhart, Howard L.
Gordon. James Rlely
Gow. R. M.
Grant. Mrs. Euxrne J.
Griffin. M. Chs'les H.
Griffin. William V.
Grl'eom. Lloyd C.
Oml'bs. Mrs. Hartwell B.
Gude. O. J. ...
Guggenheim, Mrs. Daniel
Guggenheim, Isaac
Guggenheim, Mrs. s. It.
Gunnison, Frederic E.
Gunnison, Stanley E.
Gunnison, Herbert F.
Hahn. Mrs. Otto
Halpln, William
Hammer, Mrs, Katherlne T,
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Hare, Mrs. Montgomery
Harmon, William E.
Ilarrlman, Mrs, E. II.
ltnrrlmnn, Mrs. J. Borden
Hsrrlman, Mrs, Oliver
Harrison, Robert L.
Harvey, Col. George
Hastings, Arthur U,
Hastings, Mrs. Harry
Hawley, Alan It.
Hay, Miss Mar)' Garrett
Haydrn. Charles
Hays, Mrs. William Henry
Hayes, Archbishop Patrick J,
Heatherton, James M.
.Hemphill, Alexander J.
Hepburn', Mrs. A. Barton
Hlgble, Robert W.
Hlgglns, Charles M,
Hlldehrand, John F.
Hlllls. Rv. Newell Dwtght,
D. D.
Hirst. Mrs. Charles Daniel
Hoffman, Benjamin B.
Holt, Hamilton
Holt. Mrs. Lyilla D,
Hopkins, George W.
Hnyt, Colgate
Hubbard, William 8.. M. D.
Hughes, Mrs. Charles E.
Hunt, Clyde R.
Kurd, Richard M.
Hurd, Mrs. Richard M.
Ingersoll, Charles H.
Ingersol), Raymond V.
Irish, William 8.
Isaacson, Charles D.
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Iselln, Mrs. Arthur
James, Arthur Curtlss
Janssen, August
Jay. Mrs. William
Jenks, Jeremiah W Ph. D.
Johnson, Alfred J.
Johnston, F.-Cllffa
Jonas, Ralph
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Joy, John B.
Kahn, Otto
Kshn. Mrs. Otto
Kaltrnborn, II . V.
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Kellor, Miss Frances A.
Kennedy, John 8.
Kennclly.i Bryan L.
Klldare. Mrs. Owen.
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King, Harry Let
King. Miss Ruth
Klngsley. William M.'
Koentg, Morris
Kohut, Mrs. Alexander
Lambert, Alexander
Lanstreet.TFatrfax S.
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Lau. Mrs. Robins A.
Lavell, Mgr.' Michael J.
Lawrence, nichard W.
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Mason
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Lersner, Victor A.
Lester, George B.
Llebllng, Leonard
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Liggett, Lt. Gen. Hunter
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Longfellow, Mrs. F. W.
Loud, Gen. George B.
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McConnell. Mrs. Noble
McCook. Hon. Thlllp J.
MrCullagh, Mrs. James
Mcllvaln. Tompkins
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Mrlot, , ml. William A.
MrMIUln. Emerson
MeVlrkar, Mrs. Fxlward
MacFarlane. WIMI.m M.
Mackay, Clarence H.
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Macomber, Miss Mabel E.
Mahoney, Jeremiah T.
Manning, G. Randolph, M. D.
Manning, Rev. William T ,
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Marble. William A.
Marbury. Miss Elisabeth
Marks, Mrs. Marcus M.
Marshall. Mrs. J. P.
Martin. Bradley
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Mendrs, George A.
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Metx. Herman A.
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Mllbank. Albert O.
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field. Jr.
Orborn. William Church
Tage. Richard M.
Palmer, Mrs. A. M.
Parker, Hon. Alton B.
Parkhurst, Rev. Chas. II.,
D. D.
Peart. Col. William
Tell, Hon. Herliert C. Jr.
Perkins. Mrs. Frank K.
Peters, Ralph
Phillips Wendell C, M. D.
Plsanl, Antonio. Ml D.
Piatt, A. II.
Pollak. Mrs. Bernard E.
Post, Augustus
rounds, Louis H.
Prall, Annlnc S.
Presbrey, Charles
Prlsk, Mrs. Laura B.
Quln, Mrs. Edward A.
(julnby, Henry C.
Retland. Rev. Karl, D. D.
nemensnyder, Hrv. Junius
II.. LL. D.
Iteplogle, J. Leonard
Itlehle, John M.
Illggs. Edward G.
Bobbins, Rev. Howard O.,
D. D.
Robertson, Hugh W.
Robinson, Mrs. Douglas
Robinson, Miss Edith J.
Robinson, lUv. Millard U.
D. D.
Roe, MaJ. Gen. Charles V.
Roelker, Alfred
Rogers, Alfred M.
Rogers, Francis
Rogers, Jason
Roosevelt, Hon. Franklin D,
Roosevelt, Hon. Theodore
Rublen, Frederick W.
Rumsey, Mrs. David
Rushmore, Jaquea C, M. D.
Ryan, Mrs. Thomas F.
Sachs, Samuel
Sanders, Mrs, Julia I..
Sanger, Mrs. Ralph
Sayre, Reginald H., M. D.
Schaefer, Edward C.
Schleffelln, Wlllam Jay
Schleren. Charles A.
Schlff, Jacob II.
Schlff. Mortimer L.
Sehulman, Ilev. Samuel.D.D.
Schwab, Charles M.
Seaman, Alfred P. W.
Seaman, Louis L.. M. D.
Bellgman, Joseph L.
Seligman, Mrs. Joseph L.
Beton, Mrs, Emest Tl.omp
eon Shanks, MaJ. Gen. David C.
Shaw, John M.
, Shearn, Hon. Clarence J.
Sheehan. Mrs. William F.
Sherer, William
Bhlels, Albert, Ph. D.
8lrgrl, William
Silverman. Rev. Joseph.D.D.
Silt. August
Elmkhovltch, Mrs. Vladi
mir G.
Simmons, E. A.
Sinclair. Harry F.
Sire. Mrs. Lillian It.
Slade, Mrs. William Gerry
Blatter)'. Rev. Charles
Lewis. D. D.
Slldell, Thomas
Smith, Rev. Charles L D.D.
Smith, Mrs. Charles Stewart
Smith, Frank W.
Smith, Marguerite L.
Smith, Ormond G.
Bomers, Arthur S.
Bplngarn, Joel E.
Bporborg, Mrs. Wm, D.
Stanton, Mr. Ella O'dor
man Stephens, Oltn J.
Stephens, Mrs. Stephen
Dover
Steuer, Max D.
Stevens. Mrs. Ledyard
Btlres. Rev. Ernest M.. D. D.
Stltt. Edward W.
Stockbrldge. Frank Tarkar
Stokes, J. G. Phelps
Stotesbury, Louis W.
Strauss, Manny
Strong, Charles H.
Stutxer, Herman
8ultbergrr, Myron
Swann, Hon. Kdward
Taller. Alfred J.
Tarns, J. Frederic
Taylor, Lloyd
Thacher, Mrs. Archibald O.
Thomas, Augustus
Thomas, Charles G. M
Tomklns, Calvin
Tomllnson, John U,
Tonjes, Mrs. Helena Secor
Totlen. Miss Edjth
Train, Arthur C.
Trautmann, Mrs, Ralph
Tuska, Benjamin
Twltchell, llirbert K
Twombly, Miss Ruth
ilnilerwood, MaJ. Edward
Usher. Rear Adm. Nathan
iel R.
Vale. Miss Margaret
Vanderbilt, F. W.
Van Dyke, Rev. Henry,
D. 1).
Van Dyke, Rev. Tertlus,
D. D.
Vivian, Mrs, Thomas J
Wack, Henry Wellington
Wadsworth, Hon. Jama
W.. Jr.
Wagner, Charles L.
Warburg. Mrs. Felix M.
Warburg, raul M,
Warren, Col. Charles Elliot
Watson, J.ivhlbald R.
Watson, JUn J., Jr.- '
Watson. Rev. Roert. D. D.
Weaver. MaJ JVPullerton
Webb. MrsSinderbllt
Webster, Richardson
Welrel, Col. William
Weld, Brig. Gen. DeWItt C.
Wtndt, MaJ. Alfred
Vt, James E.
Wetmore, Miss Maude
Wheeler, Everett P.
Whitman, Hon. Charles 8.
Whitney. Travl. H.
Wlborg, Miss Mary Hoyt
Wight, Mrs. Lucy Osborn.
M. D.
Wlllard. Mrs. Mary Hatch
Wlllcox. William O.
Wlllcox, Mrs. William G.
Wlllcox. William R.
Williams. H. Pushae
Williams, Talrntt, Th. D.
Williams. William II.
Wilson. Edward H.
Wilson, George T.
Wilson, Bishop Luther B.,
D. D.
Wingate, Brig. Gen. George
Albert
Wlnelow. Herbert Hall
Wlnthrop, Egerton K, Jr.
Wlnthrop. H. R.
Wise. Henry A.
Wl-e. Rev. Stephen 3., D. S,
Wollman. William J.
Wood, Ml. Mary
Wooley, Clarence M.
Wright, H. J.
Yasclll, E. Paul
Ziegler. William, Jr.
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS
President
GEORGE W. WINGATE
JAMES S. CL'SHMAN
GttSTAVUS T. K1RBV
WILLIAM H. TAGE
Trtatvrtr
CHARLES It. SAD IN
nce-Presldrafe
MRS. CHAS. C. RUMSET
MRS. SIDNET C. BOBG
MRS. WILLIAM II. GOOD
Crscfors
JOHN G. AGAR
GEORGE liOHDON f ATTl-E
MRS. AUGUST BELMONT
DAVID A. ROOD'S"
MRS. SIDNEY C. HORG
OLIVER R. BRIOGMAN
JAMES 8. CUSHMAN
HALEY FISKE
MICHAEL FTtlEDHAM
ELBERT H. GARY
MRS. WILLIAM it GOOD
K. R. GUGGENHEIM
EDWARD I. HANNAH
WADE H. HAYES
CLARENCE J. HOUBMAN
FREDERIC KERNOCHAN
QUSTAVUS T. K1RBY
GEORGE F. KUNZ
LAURENCE "COUIRBCEORGB
ALRICK H. MAN
H. BNOWPEN MARSHALL
WILLIAM W. NILKS
MORGAN J. O'BRIEN
WILLIAM H. PAGE
GEORGE HAVEN PUTNAM
E P. V. BITTER
MRS. THEODORE ROOSEVELT. JSU
MRP. CHARLES C. RUMSEY
I IIARLE8 H. SABIN
J. GARDNER SMITH
R. A..C. SMITH
JOHN B. STANCHFIELD
OSCAR S. STRAUS
GAGE E. TAHBELL
JEFFERSON DE MONT THOMPSOTf
FREDERICK A. WALLIS
LEON C. WKINSTOCK
MRS, HARRY PATNE WHIT NET i
WINGATE

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