John C. Ryle
Capt. of the for The of Sir Ju- Ju- members or International HVhlte, the land chief at the at The started for accompanied Secretary ana tne Dotn oi The accompany - Among those who are booked to sail en the Teutonic to-day to-day to-day are Mr, and Mrs. C. Albert Stevens, Mra H. Fi Dimock. Mr. Tracy Daws, Mr. and Mrs. jw. H. Tiiilng- Tiiilng- hast. Mra Bruce-Brown, Bruce-Brown, Bruce-Brown, Mjr. W. & Lay-cock. Lay-cock. Lay-cock. Mr. Walter Kobbe. and Mr. Ogden Mills. On the Tartar Prince, which sailed yesterday for the Axores.T Naples, and Genoa, were Miss L. Bradford, a sister of Mr. E. A. Bradford of New 'Tork; Mrs. C. S. D. Hahn, and Mr. and Mrs. John C. Ryle. On the Cymric, which Is due to-day to-day to-day from Liverpool, are Mr. and Mrs. J. Turnbull, Miss Turnbull, Mrs. Bayard, and Mr. J. H. Wallace. V Mr. and Mra Frederic Exiey's guests on the Pioneer were Mrs. Neilson, Miss Tol-frey, Tol-frey, Tol-frey, Mrs. Oeborn, Murray iYoung,' W. F." Edey. and Charles W. Wetmore. i ! !