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V SECTION PQ ^rwX*f * %A SUPPLEMENT }=========ll WASHINGTON, D. C., AUGUST 28, 1921. II Secretary of State Charles E Hughes, chosen by President Harding as one of the five delegates to repre sent the United States at the draarmament conference. Henry P. Fletcher, undersecretary of State Robert Woods Bliss, third assistant secretary of will have important roles at the coming parley. ^ Wm Fred M. Dearing. assistant secretary of State. ing American figures in Coming Uisarr ^ __-____." ' " :-T*~ ^ hi he Pan-American Union building, considered the most beautiful in America, where, ference will be held November 11. Photoi by Inl-rnatltnal film 8*r?lc?. r I 9 - . bU~ ?j| , Entrance to the Pan-American building, showing the p -I ' ^ |||||^^ Slj | I ^ I Ww^^ PIH^B^B ^b ^SHM ' 'Qpfj hh Basil Miles, special assistant to the State E. T. Williams, anothei Department in connection with the conference obtained by the department on limitation of armaments. coming parley. nament I Senator Henry Cabot Lodge, another member appointed to represent the 'United States at the conference called by President Harding to try to it is said, the disarmament con- reduce world armament. ^|| . I A J K.- > Alvey A. Adee, second assistant secretary of State, who has been in the department for fifty-two years, serving as second assistant secretary since 1886. H^H i ^^H^H'HI^H jBM| i ^v^mm ? I 1 r special assistant, John V. A. MacMurray, chief of the division on far eastern t for work on the affairs (left), conferring with William R. Castle, chief of the division of western European affairs.