New York Times
THE SAILING LIST
Official Roster of the Pilgrims in Mr. Ford's Party
The official list of the members of the Ford Peace Pilgrimage, issued after the Oscar II sailed yesterday, contained one hundred and forty-eight names. Four or five other persons sailed at the last moment it was said, and were registered by purser. The list as given out contains the name of Dr. Wilfred Grenfell. It was announced on Friday night that he would not sail, and he was not seen on board yesterday by reporters, who inquired for him. Joseph Medill Patterson's name did not appear on the final list nor did the names of Dr. and Mrs. David Starr Jordan. Dr. S. M. Pease, whose name is on the list, it was reported, gave up the trip at the last moment. The invitation he accepted was not tendered by Mr. Ford, but by an unauthorized person, who considered the deception of Dr. Pease a good joke.
The final list given out by the Scandinavian-American Line is as follows:
ADAMS, E. A., Iowa University, Iowa City, Iowa.
AKED, the Rev. CHARLES F., San Francisco.
ANDERSEN, Miss BLANCHE, Chicago.
BARRY, JOHN D., newspaper man and author, San Francisco.
BERNSTEIN, HERMAN, editor The Day, New York.
BETHEA, ANDREW J., Lieutenant Governor, Columbia S. C.
BIDWELL, DANIEL, New York.
BIELL, WILLIAM, Dartmouth College, Hanover, N. H.
BINGHAM, LLOYD M., theatrical manager, New York.
BLAKE, Miss KATHERINE D., suffragist and teacher, New York.
BLAIR, Miss LOTTIE MAE, student, Augusta, Ga.
BLOCK, MEYER D., New York
BOID, ARTHUR, Associated Film Sales Corporation, New York.
BOISSEVAIN, Mrs. INEZ MILHOLLAND, Suffragist, New York.
BOLAN, Miss MARION, Chicago Journal, Chicago.
BOYCE, BENJAMIN S., Indiana Daily Times, Indianapolis.
BRALEY, BERTON, Collier's Weekly, New York.
BRALEY, Mrs. BERTON, Collier's Weekly, New York.
BREWSTER, Miss KATRINA M., Vassar College, Poughkeepsie.
BULLETT, WILLIAM C., Public Ledger, Philadelphia.
CAMPBELL, NEAL, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tenn.
CHENEY, EDWIN RALPH, Penn University, Philadelphia.
CLARK, Mrs. ADA MOSS, Palo Alto, Cal.
COHN, JACK, Universal Film Manufacturing Company, New York.
CONANT, WILLIS G., school Principal, Tarrytown.
CRISP, J. V. D., New York.
DAVIS, ELMER, New York Times, New York.
DAVIS, J. B., California
DAMBORG, Mrs. FAYETTE, Rolfe, Iowa.
DE GRAFF, Miss GRACE, President of League of Teachers' Federation, Portland, Ore.
DUBOISE, Miss ROBERTA, Nashville, Tenn.
EBERLE, Miss LOUISE, New York
EDWARDS, NELSON, International News Service, New York.
ENGLISH, JOHN W., Boston Traveler, Boston.
EVANS, H. C., President Free Fraternal Press Association, Des Moines.
FELS, Mrs. JOSEPH, and companion, Single Taxer, Philadelphia.
FORD, HENRY, Dearborn, Mich.
FRANZEE, JOHN T., Wisconsin University, Madison Wisc.
GRAHAM, EDW. F., Leslie's Weekly, New York.
GRENFELL, WILFRED, New York.
GRENFELL, Mrs HELEN LORING, educator, Denver.
GUESSFORD, Miss ORA, Drake University, Des Moines.
HALL, Miss ELIZABETH, Barnard College, New York.
HANNA, Governor L. B., Bismarck, N. D.
HARTZELL, A. E., Morning and Evening Sun., New York
HARWOOD, S. DIX, Illinois University, Urbana, Illinois
HIRSCH, J. B., New York
HIXENBAUGH, C. A., Nebraska University, Lincoln Neb.
HOEKLEY, ALBERT H., Brooklyn Eagle, Brooklyn.
HOFFMAN, Miss HELEN, New York Press, New York.
HOLBROOK, Miss FLORENCE, Principal Forrestville School, Chicago.
HOLT, FREDERICK, Detroit.
HOLT, Mrs. FREDERICK, Charman Women's Peace Party, Detroit.
HOPKINS, Miss MARY ALDEN, magazine writer, New York.
HOSTETLER, T. A., President, Sunday School Association, Washington.
HUEBSCH, B.W., publisher, New York.
JONES, ELLIS O., Forest Hill, L. I.
JONES, J. E., Press Association, Washington.
JONES, Mrs J. E., Press Association, Washington.
JONES, Rev. JENKINS LLOYD, and wife, Chicago.
JOSLYN, LEE E., University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich.
KARR, BENJAMIN, Cleveland Leader, Cleveland.
KLIEFOTH, ALFRED W., Department Secretary Peace Society, Chicago.
LARUSSON, Mr., New York.
LATUS, Mrs. G. D., Pittsburgh Dispatch, Pittsburgh
LAWTON, Miss ALICE. New York.
LEAHY, PAUL S., New York.
LINDSEY, BEN B. and wife, Denver.
LLOYD, Mrs. WILLIAM BROSS, with maid and three children, Winnetka, Ill.
LOCHNER, LOUIS P. Chicago.
LOVE, DONALD, Oberlin.
LOWRY, HELEN B., Evening Post, New York.
MALMBERG, Mme. ATMO, journalist and lecturer, Finland.
MANDEL, ERNEST L., New York.
MARQUIS, DEAN S. S., Detroit Mich.
MAVERICK, LOUIS, civic reformer, San Antonio Texas.
MILLER, GEORGE E., Detroit Times, Washington
MILTON, GEORGE F., Chattanooga, Tenn.
MONTGOMERY, T. E., New York
MOORE, Miss SARA, Evening Mail, New York.
MORRIS, HENRY C., Chicago, Ill.
MOUTHAN, E. H. F., Williamstown, Mass.
MULLEN, Miss BLANCHE, University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kan.
McCLURE, S. S., editor Evening Mail, New York.
NEELY, R. S., New York.
NELSON, LARS P., merchant, Denver.
OLIPHANT, Mrs. THOMAS E., New York.
O'NEILL, JOSEPH JEFFERSON, The World, New York.
PARK, Mrs. ALICE, suffrage leader, Palo Alto, Cal.
PEASE, Dr. CHARLES, social reformer, New York.
PENN, Miss MARION, Purdue University.
PHELPS, CHARLES, Cushings, N. Y.
PLANTIFF, GASTON, manager, Ford Motor Company, New York
POCKMAN, THEODORE N., The Tribune, New York.
POTTER, EARL. Colorado Springs
REED, Miss MYRA, associate editor, McCall's, New York.
RIIS, EDWARD M., New York
ROBBINS, LEONARD H., Evening News, Newark N. J.
ROBINSON, Senator HELEN RING, Denver.
ROGERS, Miss LOU, cartoonist, New York
RYAN, Miss ELINOR E., Ohio Univeristy, Columbia, Ohio.
SCHUCHTERMANN, Miss CLARA, Oakland, Cal.
SCHULZ, ALEXANDER, Staats-Zeitung, New York.
SCHUMACHER, BORIS, Jewish Daily News, New York.
SCHWIMMER, Mme. ROSIKA. journalist and lecturer, Hungary.
SELTZER, THOMAS, The Call, New York.
SEMLER, E. S., Rolfe, Iowa.
SEMLER, Mrs. REBEKKA, Rolfe, Iowa.
SEWALL, Mrs. MAY WRIGHT, founder of Internation Council of Women, New York.
SMITHEMAN, Mrs. NORA C., Secretary to Mme Schwimmer, New York.
SMOCK, MONROE T., New Plymouth, Idaho.
STANTON, JAMES R. W., Hudson Observer, Hobocken.
STEEP, THOMAS W., Associated Press, New York.
STEWART, CHARLES. P., United Press, New York.
STEWART, Mrs. CHARLES P., United Press, New York.
STRAUBE, BERNARD, Pittsburgh, Penn
SWAIN, MAXWELL, Brooklyn
SWAIN, Mrs MAXWELL, Brooklyn
TEICHNER, MIRIAM, The Globe and Detroit News, New York.
THOMAS, Mrs. WILLIAM I., Secretary Woman's Peace Party, Chicago
THOMPSON, CARL D., Director Publication Department, National Socialist Party, Chicago
TRUFFANT, SAM A., Jr., Tulane University, New Orleans
VAN LOON, HENDRICK W., Ithaca, N. Y.
WAGNER, WILLIAM. Seattle, Wash.
WEATHERLY, ARTHUR L., Secretary Nebraskan Peace Society, Lincoln Neb.
WALDO, M. R., Yale University, New Haven.
WALES, Miss JULIA GRACE, Professor of English, Madison Wisc
WATERS, Mrs. HARRIET BISHOP, New York
WATKINS, Mrs MARY W., Charlottesville, Va.
WATSON, Miss ELIZABETH, secretary to Mme. Schwimmer, New York.
WERBULL, NILS R. M., Denver, Col.
WERBULL, Mrs. GULLI, Denver, Col.
WERBULL, JOHN, Denver, Col
WERBULL, NILS, Denver, Col.
WEINSTEIN, Miss MARION, New York.
WELMAN, WAYNE., Columbia University.
WHEELER, H. N., Quincy Journal, Quincy Ill.
WILSON, Miss CAROLYN., Chicago Tribune, Chicago.
WISEHART, M. K., Evening Sun, New York
WRIGHT, The Rev. W. M., Little Rock, Ark
WYTHE, GEORGE. Texas University, Austin Tex.