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1;; Iit THE LEAGUE OF NATIOUS DROUGHT InTO PRACTICA PoUTI(: MEMNERS OF THE COYTIEE ALPPQINTED TO DRAF THE CODVENt.
Tbhe ret .1 the praposed Leaqoe . atioas Covennt as read by President Wilson on February r4 at a mee6ti o the Peace Conference in Paris. In the photograph, reading from left to rigt, are seen (seated in froont Viscount Chinda (Japan); neot but one, K Ln Bourgeis (France); Lord Robert Cel (Great Britain); Signor Orlando (Italy); and, nest but oe, M. Veniselos (Greece) ; (standing behind, in the second rew) Colonel
Hose (U.S.A.); next but ene, M. Veseitch (Serbia); General Smuts (Great Ititain); President Wlson (U.S.A.); M. Hymans (Belgium); and his Escelec Welngton K e (China). Other members of the Commeitee, not ideun6ed in the group, are . Larnaude (France), Senator Sceia (Italy), M. Ochiai (Japan), M. Epitacio Pece (Bauil), and K. Jayme Bataiha Reif (Partu~ga).–(Paoorno m ar Cosrutr r ow rl “DaLn.r ML.'”)