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A RECENT PORTRAIT OF THE PRESIDENT The above photograph of President Wilson and Mrs. Wilson was made in Washington just as they were leaving the hall of the Daughters of the American Revolution, where the President had made an address, Mrs. Bolling, mother of Mrs. Wilson, is directly behind the President, and on his right is a Secret Service man.

Colonel W. W. Harts, superintendent of buildings and grounds, is on Mrs. Wilson's left

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COPYRIGHT BY BAIN NEWS SERVICE

PHU TOGRAFH FRUM BAIN NEWS SERVICE
COLXT VON BERNSTORFF

DR. VOX BETHMANX HOLLWEG
German Ambassador to the United States

Chancellor of the German Empire
Count von Bernstorff was born in London in 1862. He married an American, Dr. von Bethmann Hollweg was born in the Province of Brandenburg in 1856.
Miss Jeanne Luckemeyer, of New York, in 1887. His diplomatic career has He was educated in the l'niversities of Strassburg, Leipzig, and Berlin. He
leen a distinguished one. Ile has occupied his present post since 1908. He has held many high positions in official life, and in addition is General-
has been honored with degrees by many American universities

lieutenant in the Prussian army
Ambassador von Bernstorff and Chancellor von Bethmann Hollweg have more to do with German-American relations than any other German officials in civil life

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FHOTOGRAPH FROM BAN NEWS SERVICE

JAMES W. GERARD, AMERICAN AMBASSADOR TO GERMANY,'AND THE EMBASSY STAFF
Judige Gerard was born in Geneseo, New York, in 1867; graduated from Columbia University in 1900; was admitted to the bar in 1902; became Associate
Justice of the Supreme Court of New York in 1908; was major in the National Guard for several years. In the picture he is seen seated in the center,

surrounded by his staff
PROMINENT FIGURES IN THE GREAT GERVAN-AMERICAN DIPLOMATIC CONTROVERSY

OVER SUBMARINE WARFARE

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SRMAN SUBMARINE WARFARE BEFORE CONGRESS, APRIL 19 1775, and the first blood of the Civil War having been shed in Baltimore on April 19, 1865), may be further marked as a auntry to the brink of a rupture in its diplomatic relations with Germany

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