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Captains Edouard G. Traub, De Jousselin, and G. A. M. S. De Kersabiec of the CGT French Line

Captain Edouard G. Traub

Captain Edouard G. Traub, of the St. Germain, Captain De Jousselin, of the St. Laurent, and Captain G. A. M. S. De Kersabiec, of the Canada, are the three remaining commanders of the French fleet. They are all comparatively young men. Traub is looked upon as a wonderful mathematician. Unlike the others, he does not care to mingle much with the passengers.

Captain Edouard G. Traub

EDOUARD G. TRAUB—(COMPAGNIE GENERALE TRANSITLANTIQUE : " ST. GERMAIN").
From a photograph by Louis Martin, Nantes.

Captain De Jousselin

De Jousselin is a Vendean and a marquis. He is a fine-looking man, with excellent address.

Captain G. A. M. S. De Kersabiec

Captain G. A. M. S. De Kersabiec

G. A. M. S. DE KERSABIEC-(COMPAGNIE GENERALE TRANSATLANTIQUE : " CANADA").
From a photograph by M. Van Bosch, Paris.

De Kersabiec, as his name indicates, is a native of vine-clad Brittany. Like the wine of his country, he is sparkling, bright, and effervescent.

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