Following are some of the prominent Bells of the United States of today:
ARCHIE BELL, author, Cleveland, O.; Bennett D., Judge; Bernard Iddings, college president, Annandale-on-Hudson . N. Y.; Charles James, banker, Washington, D. C.; Charles Webster, ex-congressman; Edward, diplomatic service; Edward August, painter, Peconic, L. I., N. Y.; Edward Price, newspaper corr., Evanston, Ill.; Elexious Thrompson, pathologist, Minneapolis, Minn.; Enoch Frye, associate sec.; Eric Temple, prof. mathematics, Seattle, Wash.; Frederic Somers, lumberman, Winona, Minn.; George, Jr., army officer, Chicago; George Lewis, expert in management and industrial relations, Berkeley, Calif.; Harmon, Lawyer, Piedmont, Calif.; Henry Gough, agronomist; Hill McClelland, university president, Los Angeles, Calif., James Alexander, educator, Washington, D. C.; James Carleton, psychologist, Brooklyn, N. Y.; James Ford, merchant miller, Minneapolis, Minn.; James Franklin, army officer, Washington, D. C.; James Warsaw, College prof., University, Miss.; John C., ex-congressman; John Cromwell, lawyer, Philadelphia, Pa.; John W., M. D.; Lillian, author, N. Y. C.; Marcus Lafayette, lawyer, Noroton, Conn.; Mary Adelaide Fuller, author; Miller Stephens, banker, Milledgeville, Ga.; Nicholas Montgomery, merchant, St. Louis, Mo.; Pearl Doles, author, New York, N. Y.; Ralcy Husted, author; Robert N., insp. mines; Thomas Montgomery, congressman, Gainesville, Ga.; Wilbur Cosby, clergyman, Alexandria, Va.; William Melvin, bishop, Puente, Calif.