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Menken, S. S. (p).

18-11
Menocal, Maria Garcia, Nominated for

Cuban Presidency; Sketch of, 8.11.
Mercersburg Academy

3.18
Mercury, Gold from...

21-17
Merrill. Samuel, Death of..

11-32
Merry del Val, Raphael (p).

2.11
Mestrovic, Ivan, Art Exhibit of..

22-16
Metcalf, Willard L., Elected to National
Academy of Arts and Letters..

22-16
Methodist Board of Foreign Missions,
Deficit of

1-20
Methodist Episcopal Church, and La Fol-

lette, 5-5; Union of, 2-19.
Methodist Episcopal Magazines, Deficit
of

11-20
Metropolitan Museum of Art, Opening

of American Wing. 20-16, 21-16.
Metropolitan Opera House, Boxes in...... 18.16
Michigan, Proposed Compulsory Educa-

tion Law, 16-17, Smallpox in, 3-17;
Failure of Income Tax Amendment,
20-6; Defeat of Proposed Compulsory
Education Amendment, 20-20; Üniver-

sity of, Opening of, 14-16.
Milk Fund Contest..

1.27
Miller, Marilyn (p), 7-16; (p), 20-13.
Miller, W. Palmer (p)..

2-26
Millerand, Alexandre, "Last Will and

Testament of," 1-11; Candidacy for
Chamber of Deputies, 9-9; Manifesto
Against the French Government, 20-8.
Milles, Rabbi Solomon, Death of.

11-32
Miln, Louise Jordan (p)....

5-12
Milwaukee, Musical Revival in

15-13
Minnesota, Political Situation in, Sena-

torial Campaign, 18-4.
Miranov, Peter, Artist Prodigy.

4-17
Missionaries, American, Japanese Mes-
sage to

14-18
Mississippi Basin

24-5
Moffatt, James, New Translation of Old
Testament

23-23
Mohammed (p)

25.4
Molecules and Atoms.

7-20
Monaco, Application to Join League of
Nations

13-7
Monogamy, Establishment of, in Turkey 7-10
Montagu, Edwin S., Death of

21-31
Moon's Rays, Effect on Plants.

20-22
Moose, Order of, Convention, New York
City

5-29
Moore, John Trotwood.

1.17
Morgan, E. F. (p).

15-5
Morgan, Frances Louise Tracy, Death of, 21-31
Morris, Mary (p).

21-13
Morrow, Jay J. (p), Resignation as Gov.
ernor of Panama Canal Zorre.

16-5
Mount Everest Expedition, Return of. 6-22
Mount Holyoke College, Opening of. 13.15
Mozart Festivals in Paris..

1-17
Mudd, Sydney E., Death of

16-30
Muldoon, William (p).

22-28
Munsey, F. A. (p).

3-23
Murdock, George P., on Economic Con-
ditions in Germany

7.9
Murlin, Lemuel H., Chosen President of
De Pauw University,

14-16
Murray, Gilbert, Experiments in Thought
Transference

25-18
Muscle Shoals, 25-5; Withdrawal of Ford

Offer, 17-5; Discussion of Bill in Con-
gress, 24.4.
Museum of Engineering in Industry,
National

3-19
Musical Festival, International,
Prague

3-13
Musical Notation on Cuneiform Tablet.... 8.13
Musicians, Blind

16-16
Musicians' Strike in Chicago

9.13
Mussolini, Benito, Statement on Matte-

otti Murder, 1-12; Appointntent in
Cabinet, 2-10; (p), Letter Against Op-
position, 6-11; Speech in Defense of
Policies, 7-9; Religion of, 8-18; Inter-
view with King Victor, 12-11; Speech
at Opening of Italian Parliament, 21-
9; Vote of Confidence in, 24.11.

NAVY, UNITED STATES
Launching of Largest Submarine V.1,

4.4; Attitude of President on Eleva.
tion of Naval Guns, 10-1; Estimates
and the Budget, 11-4; Attempt to
Prevent Destruction of Washington,
21-4; Report of Secretary Wilbur,
22-3; Sinking of Washington, 22:4;
20-2; Gun Elevations, 23-2; Ma
rines, Training Place for, 23-3; Bill
for Repairs Passed by Senate, 25-5;
Dispute in Regard to Naval

Strength, 26-4.
NEGROES
Prevention of Lynching in Illinois,

5-3; Universal Negro Improvement
Association, Convention of, 6-3; Se.
lection of Dr. Charles H. Roberts
for Representative from New York,
7-6; President Coolidge Resents Po.
litical Discrimination Against, 7-6;
Convention of National Negro Busi-

ness League, 9-6.
New Jersey, Election of Mrs. Mary T.
Norton to Congress

20-5
Nepattek, Karl, Death of

14.30
Newman, Ernest, Visiting Guest Music
Critic

15-13
New Orleans, Suit to Oust Colored Col-
lector

16-20
Newspaper Mergers, Results of. 17-18;

Hoaxes, 20-18; Sensations, 22-28.
Newspapers, and Publication of Income

Tax Returns, 18-20; East and West,
Comparison of, 6-22; Pictures in. 8-25;
Political Preferences of, 9-20; Indict-
ment for Publishing Income Tax Re-

turns, 23-18; and Radio. 26-23,
New York, Alfred E. Smith Nominated

by Democrats for Governor. 14-4;
Theodore Roosevelt Nominated by Re-
publicans for Governor, 14-4; Re-

election of Governor Smith, 20-6.
New York City, George W. Olvany

Chosen Leader of Tammany Hall, 4-6;
Tammany Hall, Former Leaders of.
4-6; Overcrowding of Schools in, 11.

18; Medical Center in, 15-20.
New York Evening Graphic..

12-22
New York Herald-Tribune, Fake Story
in

9-21
New York-New Jersey. Vehicular Tunnel 5-19
New York Symphony Orchestra, Con-
certs in Havana.....

10-16
New York Theatre Guild, Dedication of
Cornerstone of Theatre

24-14
New York Times, Political Attitude of,

9-20; Criticism of Clem L. Shaver,

13-5.
New York World on Election Results.... 21-20
“Nickel Plate Railroad"

1-23
Nitrogen, Process of Fixing from the
Air

7-20
Nobel Prizes

.21-15, 24-7
Norman, Montagu C. (p).

16-6
North Carolina, Rejection of Child Laboi
Amendment

9-6
Northfield Conference

7.18
Norton, Mrs Mary T., Elected to on
gress from New Jersey

20-5
Nulton. Louis McCoy (1), Appointed Su-

perintendent C. S. Naval Academy...... 26-5

as

OPERA
New Operas in Milan, 6-14; La Lé.

gende du Point D'Argentan, Produc.
tion of, 6-14; Farrar Production of
Carmen, 7-12; Plans of Chicago Op-
era Company, 7:13; New Opera
House for New York, 8-12; Open-
Air Opera in St. Louis, 8-12; Libret.
to by John Drinkwater, 11-13; New
Work by Mascagni, 11-13; New
Italian Operas, 11-13; Opening of
Season in New York, 11-13; 16-16;
San Carlo Season, 14-12; Chicago
Opera Season, Opening 20.15;
Opening of Metropolitan Season, 20-
15; Jazz, 22-16; Production of

Jenufa, 24-15.
Opium, Proposed Control by League of
Nations, 21-6; Raw, Manufacture of,
22-7; Plan for Regulating Traffic in,

23-7; 25.9.
Opper, Laura, Death of..

13-31
Ordnance, New Powerful.

13.18
Oregon, Repeal of State Income Tax

Law, 20-6; Defeat of Proposed Com-
pulsory Education Amendment, 20-20.
Oslo, New Name for Christiania, Nor-
way

21-9
Oyster Fisheries

11-4

P
Pacific 231, Production of, in Chicago,

18-16; 20.15.
Paddock, Charles W., Sprinting Records
of

11-25
Page, Walter Hines, Address in Memory
of, by Sir Auckland Geddes...

21-8
Painters' and Sculptors' Gallery Associa-
tion Exhibition

17.14
Panama Canal, Revenue from, 4-2;

Tenth Anniversary of Opening, 8-5;

Traffic Through, 22-2.
Panama Canal Tolls.

22-3
Panama Canal Zone, Resignation of Jay
J. Morrow as Governor

16-5
Pan-American Commercial Congress,
Meeting in Atlanta

15-12
Pan-American Railroad.

2.13
Pan-American Scientific Congress,

1-20
Papini, Giovanni

2-18
Parc, National Albert.

13-18
Parmoor, Lord (p).

1-8
Pashitch, Nikola

(p), Resignation
Premier of Yugo-Slavia, 4.11; Sketch
of, 4.12; Reappointed Prime Minister

of Yugo-Slavia, 20-10.
Patents, Number of
Patou, Jean

20-18
Patrick, Mary Mills, Decoration from
Bulgarian Government

6-19
Pavlowa, Anna, Farewell Tour of, 9-13, 19-16
Peanut Production

22-25
Pearson, E. L. (p).

4.15
Pedicabs

9.11
Pennell, Joseph, Anecdotes of

23-16
Pepper, George Wharton, Address Before

American Bar Association, 3.16; At.

tack on La Follette, 5.5.
Periodicals "Playing lp" Articles.... 22-27
Permanent Court of International Jus.

tice, Max Huber Elected President 11-6
Pershing, John J., Opinion on Gains and

Losses of World War, 5-6; (c), (p),
Statement on Defense Day, 6-5; Prepa.
ration for Farewell Speech, 9-4; Offers
For Services of, 11-5; American Rep.
resentative in Peru, 22-6; Award of
Silver Star for Service in Spanish-
American War, 24-6; Attends Celebra-
tion of Peruvian Independence Day,

24.11.
Pew, Pirate (p).....

12.14
Philadelphia, Overcrowding of Schools

in, 11.18; American Legion, Conven.
tion in 1926, 13-4; Anniversary of
First Meeting of Continental Con.
gress, 14.1; Anniversary of Founding

of Carpenters' Company, 14-1.
Philharmonic Orchestra, Wilhelm Furt-

waengler to Conduct, 6-14; Beginning

of Season, 17.12.
Philippines, Opening of Insular Legisla-

ture, 4-2; Mutiny of Scouts, 3-6, 10-5;
Criticism of Congressional Legislation,
11-5; Application of 18th Amendment

to, 14.4; Political Situation in, 26-2.
Physicians, Foreign, Licensing of, 3-17;

Women, Number of in United States,

5.18.
Picard, Emile, Elected to French Acad.
emy

23.8
Pictures in Newspapers

8.25
Pierce, General Byron R., Death of 3-31
Pilgrims, Dinner of...

22-5
Pilgrims, Statue l'nveiled at Hull, Eng.
land

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O'Bannion. Dion, Death of

21.30
Obolensky, Prince, Recall

Polish
Minister

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Napoleon, Prince (p)..

9-12
Napoleon, St. Helena Manuscript 26-13
National Academy of Arts and Letters,
Election of New Members.

22.16
National Academy of Design, Winter Ex-
hibit

21.16
National Association of Manufacturers,

Circulation of Political Literature. 11-5
National Conference on the Utilization of
Forest Products, Meeting of

22-1
National Conference of Parents and
Teachers, Meeting of.

2.18
National Council for Prevention of War,
Meeting of

5-17
National Education Association, Meeting
of, in Washington....

2-18
National Federation of Religious Lil
erals, Meeting of

19-17
National Monuments, New..

25-1
National Negro Business League, Con-
vention of

9.6

6.15
Pinchot, Gifford, Operation on

12-6
Pinchot, Mrs. Gifford (p).

15.6
Pines, Isle of. Treaty,

25.4
Pitney. Mahlon, Death of.

25-32
Pittsburgh University. Skyscraper for.... 20.20
Pius X, Masses for

9.19

9.11
Ocean, Greatest Depth of

19.18
Oceanographic Survey, Naval

11.19
Ochs, Adolph S. (c)

9-20
O'Higgins, Harvey. Sketch of

20-12
Ohio. Election of Vic Donahey as Gov.
ernor

20-6
Oil, Cheaper

9.25

OIL INVESTIGATIONS
Indictment of Doheny. Sinclair and

Fall. 3.6: Expenditures for. 7.6;
Continuation of. 11-5; Trials in Los

Angeles, 18-6, 21-4.
Oil Production, 7-30. 25-26; Proposed

Amendment of Federal Oil Conserva.

tion Board, 26-5.
Okapi, Hunting of

2-20
Old Testament, New Translation of 23-22
Olds. George Daniel, Inauguration as

President of Amherst College... 21-17
Olvany, George Washington (p), Chosen
Leader of Tammany Hall

4-6
Olympic Games, 1-26; 2.28; 3-24, 26;

4.28: 5-21; 7.25.
Omaha, American Legion, Convention in
1925

13.4

WADINTIN

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Pius XI, on Religion and Politics, 12.
19; Letter to Holy Name Society. 13.

16; Celebration of Holy Year, 25-19.
Pu.yi. Emperor of China, Banishment
of, Sketch of

20-10
Plagues, Deaths from

26-20

PLAYS
Alloy, 19-15; Annie Dear, 20-13; Art.

ists and Models, 17-15; Ashes, 18-15;
Badges, 24-13; Best People, The, 9.
15; Bewitched, 15-15; Be Yourself,
11-16; Black Bandana, 1-18; Blind
Alleys, 22-13; Busybody, The, 15-15;
Bye, Bye, Barbara, 10-17; Chocolate
Dandies, 11-16; Close Harmony, 24.
13; Clubs Are Trumps, 17-15; Cock
o' the Roost, 17-15; Comedienne, 18.
15; Conscience, 12-16; Crime in the
Whistler Room, 16-14; Dancing
Mothers, 8-15; Dawn, 23-14; Dear
Sir, 14-14; Desert Flower, 22-13;
Desire Under the Elms, 21-13; Dixie
to Broadway, 19-14; Dr. David's
Dad, 8-16; Dream Girl, The, 8-15;
Easy Mark, 10-17; Easy Street, 8.
15: Fake, The, 16-14; Far Cry, 15.

15; Farmer's Wife,' 16-14; Fire-
i

brand, The, 17-15; Follies, Fall Edi.
tion. 19.15; George White's Scan-
dals, 2-15; Grab Bag, 16-14; Great
Music, 15-15; Green Beetle, 11-17;
Greenwich Village Follies, 13-13;
Grounds for Divorce, 14.14; Guards.
man, The, 17-15; Harem, The, 24-
13; Hassan, 14-14; Haunted House,
11-16; Havoc, 11-15; Her Way Out,
1-19; High Stakes, 12-15; Hun.
garian, 8-16; In His Arms, 17-15;
Judy Drops In, 15-15; Lady, Be
Good, 24-14; Lazybones, 14-15; Lit.
tle Angel, 14-14; Little Clay Cart, 24-
13: Madame Pompadour, 21-14;
Made For Each Other, 15-15; Mag.
nolia Lady, 23-14; Man In Evening
Clothes, 24-14; Marjorie, 8-15: Mask
and the Face, The, 12-16; Minick,
14-14; Mongrel, The, 26-14; Mud,
2-15; Music Box Revue, 24-13; My
Girl, 23-14; Nerves, 11-16; New,
7.15; New Brooms, 22-13; No Other
Girl, 8-16; Paolo and Francesca, 24-
13; Parasites. 22-13; Passing Show
of 1924, 11-17; Peter Pan, 20-13;
Pigs, 11-16; Princess April, 24-14;
Quarantine. 26-14; Red Falcon, 16-
14; Rose Marie, 11-16; Rising Son,
The, 19-14:

Ritz Revue, 13-13;
Saint, The, 16-14; Sap, The, 26-14;
Schemers, 13-13; Second Mrs. Tan-
queray, 19-15; Shipwrecked, 21-13;
Shooting Shadows, 1-18; Silence,
21-13; Simon Called Peter, 21-14;
S. S. Glencairn, 20-14; Steam Rol.
ler, 21-14; Student Prince, The,
24-13; Sweeney Todd, 4-16; Tan.
trum, The, 11-16; That Awful Mrs.
Eaton,
15-15; They Knew

What
They Wanted, 23-14; Thoroughbreds,
12-15; Tiger Cats, 18-15; Top Hole,
11-16; Try It With Alice, 1-19;
Vanities, 12-15: War Plays, 9-16;
Way of the World, 22-13; Were
Wolf. The 10-17; What Price

Glory? 11-15: Ziegfeld Follies. 1-18.
Plunkett, Admiral (p).

14-6
Pneumonia, Black, in Los Angeles. 20-18
Pneumonic Plague

20-18
Poison Gases, Investigation by League
of Nations Committee.

9.22
Political Preference in Colleges.

17.17
Polo. International Contest, 6-28; 9-28;

12-28: 13-27.
Pomerene, Atlee (p)

7-6
Porter, Gene Stratton, Death of

24-31
Post Office Employees, Attitude of
President on Increases.

6-1
Postal Pay Bill.

25-3
otomac, Proposed Marble Bridge Across 8-17
Powderly, Terrence Vincent, Death of... 1-31
Powys, Llewelyn (p)....

8-14
Prague.

International Musical Festival
in, 3-13; Purchase of Shönborn Palace

for American Embassy, 21.1.
Presbyterian Churches, Proposed Union

of. 2-19; Growth of. 14-18: Union in
Canada, 14-18; National Conference,

25-19.
?resbyterian Hospital

15-20

DEMOCRATIC CAMPAIGN, Bryan, C. W.,

Speech of Acceptance, 8-4; Speeches
of, 16-2, 18-2; Nominated for Vice-
President, 3-3; Convention, Na-
tional, Balloting for. Presidential
Nomination, 2-1; Davis, John W.,
Nominated

for

President, 3-2;
Speech of Acceptance, 7-1; Speeches
of. 9-1, 10-2, 11-2, 12-1, 13-1, 14-2,
16-2, 17-2, 182; McAdoo, Wm. G.,
Withdrawal as Candidate, 3.1; Nom-
inations for Presidency, 1-2, 3, 4;
Platform, 1-5; Plea for Labor Sup-
port to Davis, 7-5; Shaver, Clem L.,

Appointed Manager, 5-1.
Farmer-Labor Party, Candidates of....

3-4
Final Speeches of Candidates.

19.1
Gilbert, Clinton W., on Results.

10-1
INDEPENDENT PROGRESSIVE CAMPAIGN,

Campaign Committee, Organization
of, 5.1; Funds, Shortage of, 11-2;
La Follette, Robert M., Speeches of,
13-2, 16-2, 17-2, 18-2; Attack on
California Courts, 14-2; Electors
Barred in Louisiana, 15-3; Endorsed
for President by Socialists, 2-5; En-
dorsement by American Federation of
Labor, 8-4; Strength in Northwest-
ern States, 4-1; Protest Against Use
of "Progressive," 12-3; Result of
Election, 20-2; Wheeler, Burton K.,
Speeches of, 11-2, 13-2, 13-3, 14-2,

15.3.
Labor Federation, American, Attitude
of

6-5
Leaders and Issues of

4.1
National Independent Party, Candi-
dates of

3.4
Organization of

4-1
People's Progressive Party, Candidates

3-4
Popular Vote in the Election

21-5
Procedure of

5-1
Prohibition Party, Candidates of

3-4
REPUBLICAN CAMPAIGN, Brookhart At-

tack on Dawes, 15-3; Coolidge Notifi.
cation of Nomination and Accept-
ance, 8-1; Coolidge Speech at Balti.
more, 11.1; Dawes, Charles G., No.
tification

and Acceptance, 9-2;
Dawes, Charles G., Speeches of, 9-3,
10-2, 12-2, 13-1, 14-2, 15-2, 16-12,
18-2; Hughes, Charles E., Speeches

of, 16-4; Results of Election, 20.1, 2.
Review of

19.4
Socialist Party, Candidates of,

3-4;
Convention of, at Cleveland, 2-5.
Worker's Party, Candidates of

3-4
Presidential Elections, Voters in..

5.4
Press Agents

1-28
Press Censorship in Brazil.

4-26
Preston, Andrew W., Death of

14-30
Price Indices

9-24
Prices, Wholesale, of Commodities, 4.25;
of Commodities in August, 11-24;

Wholesale, Index of, 13-23.
Princeton University, Opening of, 14-16;

Annual Report of President, 20-22.
Procter and Gamble, Prizes for Soap
Sculpture

15-16
PROHIBITION ENFORCEMENT
Henry Ford's Support of, 5-4; Report

of Association Against the Prohibi.
tion Amendment, 5.4; Twelve-Mile
Treaties with Foreign Countries,
10.4; Reply of Roy A. Haynes to
National Wholesale Druggists' Asso-
ciation, 14-5; Opposition of National
Wholesale Druggists to, 14-5; Appli-
cation of 18th Amendment to Philip-
pines, 14-4; Cost of, 18-6; 26-5;
Decision in Hill Case on Cider Man.
ufacture, 21-3; Proposal of Anti-Sa-
loon League, 23-6; Proposal of Con-
ference of Senior Circuit Judges,

23-6; Recommendations for, 23-6.
Protestant Calendar of Saints.

8.18
Providence, R. I., Benedict Monument
to Music in

15-13
Psychoanalysis, Books on.

17.20
Puccini, Giacomo, Death and Sketch of, 23-15
Pulitzer, Joseph, Article on..

9.21
Pure Food and Drugs Act, Result of
Administration

6-3

Radiocasting, from Airplane, 8-22;

Voice of Diver, 8-22; Revenue for, 9.
13; Station, Private, of E. H. R.

Green, 11-19.
Radolavoff, Vaseil, Amnesty to

4.11
RAILROADS
Conference on Trunk Line Plan, 6-26;

Consolidations, 4-24, 13-22, 17-26;
Consolidation Plans of Van Swerin-
gen Brothers, 7-24; Detroit, Toledo
and Ironton, Report of, 6-26; Ger.
man, 23-26; "Nickel Plate" Merger,

6-26.
Railway Traffic Records..

20-25
Ralston, Samuel M., Nominated for
Presidency

1.3
Ramek, Rudolf, Appointed Chancellor of
Austria

22.12
Ranier, Mt., Proposed Change of Name.. 25.4
Ranier, Peter (p).

25.5
Ransdell, J. E., Nomination as Senator
from Louisiana

12-6
Rat Blood and Sleeping Sickness.

16-22
Rats, Plague of, in New Orleans.

26-7
Real Estate Instruction in Colleges. 19-18
Receipts, Government

2-6
Reick, William C., Death of..

24.30
Reinhardt, Julie, Death of...

10-30
Rembrandts, Widener Collection, 18-17,

19-13; American Collections, 19.13.
Renault, M. (p)....

6-18
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, 100th
Anniversary of

15-18
REPARATIONS
Agreement of Herriot and MacDonald

in Regard to, 3.7; Conference in
London, 4-8, 5-7, 6-7, 8-7, 10-7; At.
titude of Herriot Toward, 5.7; An-
drew W. Mellon in Conference with
Ramsay MacDonald on, 5-7; Ap-
pointment of Committee on Opera.
tion of Experts' Plan, 5-7; Arrival
of German Delegates, 7-7; Experts'
Plan in Reichstag, 9-7; Settlement,
History of, 10-7; Functioning of Ex-
perts' Plan, 11-7; S. P. Gilbert, Jr.,
Appointed Agent General, 11-7;
Second Payment Under Experts'
Plan, 12-7; German Loan, 16-6,
17-7; Reduction of, 21-6; Salaries
of Officials, 24-7; British Attitude
Toward American Claims, 25-8. See
also
GERMANY,

FRANCE, BRITISH
COMMONWEALTH OF NATIONS.
Resta, Dario, Death of...

11-32
Retail Druggists' Convention, Address of
President Before

14-1
Reviews, Weekly

18-14
Reymont, Ladislas St., Awarded Nobel

Prize for Literature, 21-15; (p), 22-14.
Rhode Island, Füibuster in State Sen-

ate, 1-8; Emigration of the Republican
Majority in the Senate. 4-5; Death of
Senator Colt, 9.4; Senatorial Situation

in. 9.4.
Rhodes, Cecil, Sketch of

25-20
Rhodes Scholars, Attitude of. 19-17: 25-20
Riano y Gayangos, Juan (p), Dean of
Diplomatic Corps

23.6
Richards, Vincent (p).

2.28
Rickets, Cure for...

17-18
Riddle, Mrs. Theodate P., Establishment
of Avon College

26.18
Rinehart, S. M. (p).

8-19
Ritchie, Albert C., Nominated for Pres.
idency

1.3
Rivera, Primo de (p).

11-9
Robinson, Douglas, Appointed Assistant
Secretary of the Navy...

21-2
Robbiani, Igino, Opera Anna Karenina.. 1-17
Roberts, Charles H., Selected as Candi.
date for Congress

7-6
Robinson v. Midland Bank

24-21
Roche, John J., Death of

23-31
Rockefeller, Isabel

24-20
Rockefeller, Percy (c).

1-26
Rogers (p)

13-13
Rogers, Will (p)..

1.18
Roman Catholic Church, and Anglican

Church, 1.20; Elevation of British
Martyrs, 3-16; Eucharistic Congress,

5-17.
Ronalds. Reginald, Death of

20-32
Roosevelt, Franklin D., Speech at Demo-

cratic National Convention, 1-3; (p),

19-2.
Roosevelt, Mrs. Franklin D., Address to
Women Democrats

13-5
Roosevelt, Theodore, Memorial, in Cuba.. 25.13
Roosevelt, Theodore, Jr., Nomination as

Governor of New York, 14-1; Resigna-
tion Assistant Secretary of the
Navy, 14-1; Speeches in New York,

Quart, Standard
Quick, Herbert, Sketch of
Quinn, John, Death of

3-19
24-12

6-32

as

PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN,

AND ELECTION
American Party. Candidates of.

18.4; (p), 18-5.
Root, Elihu, Oration at Hamilton Col.

lege, 13-16; (p), Sketch of, 22-5.
Rosemary Hall

12-17
Rospigliosi, Princess Giambattista, Death
of

20-32
Ross, Mrs. Nellie T., Elected Governor
of Wyoming

20.5

3.4
Campaign Expenditures. 5-2, 18-2, 19-2
Campaign Funds

4-2
Commonwealth Land Party, Candi-
dates of

3-4
Conference for Progressive Political

Action, Meeting at Cleveland......2-3, 2-5

R
Rackham, Arthur, and Commercial Art.... 16-15
Racing, Defeat of Epinard, 10-30, 14-20;

Horse, New Records in, 13-30.
Radio, in Political Campaign, 4.21; Deep

Sea, 6-22; Telegraph, Speed of, 20-23;
Pictures by, 23-16; Week, National,
23.16.

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Ross, William B., Death of.

15-30
Ross, Mrs. William B., Nominated for
Governor of Wyoming..

17.5
Rothschild, Maurice de, Defeat of, in
French Elections

9.9
Rotor Ship

23.18
Ruel, “Muddy'
(p)

12-30
Ruhr. See GERMANY.
Ruutz-Rees, Caroline (p).

12-17
Rykov, Alexis I. (c), Report of Condi.

tions in Russia, 2-11; Re-elected to
Communist Executive Committee, 3.9.

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Tammany Hall, Former Leaders of..

4-31
Tammen, Harry H., Death of...
Tanaka, Tokichi, Appointed Japanese

Aprontment

11-12
Ambassador to the United States.
Tarbell, Ida M. (p), Declaration ΟΙ
Vote for Coolidge..

15-3 -60(p)
TARIFF, COMMISSION

Artists

dates
Controversy in, 4-3; on Butter, 4-3;

* De Law
on Sugar, 12-5, 22-1; Attack on La

Ass
Follette on Sugar Investigation, 6-2;

I of
Appointments on Commission, 12-5;

Christian To
Annual Report of Commission, 24-2.

er of
Tax, Income. Indictment of Newspapers

nen, Am
for Publishing, 23-18; Refunds, 24-6.
Taxation, Board of Tax Appeals, 2-1;

** in Chri
4-3; 10-5; Revenue Receipts, 26-5.

Federati
Taxes, Payment of Refunds, 12-5; Pub.
lication of Tax Returns, 18-4; Largest

, Mrs. Sas
Income Taxes, 19-24.
Taxes, Income, Publicity of.

19.5
Tchitcherin, George (p)

26-11

4-reduchess

13-22
Tea, Production of.
Telephones in Spain.

10-24
Telephony, Color

10-19

Tosel je
Tennessee, Senatorial Primaries in 10-4

6-29;
Tennis, 1-37; 2-27; 4-28;

7-28;

Peter Leath

Seat, Ang
8-25; 9-28; 10-29; 11-20; 11.30; 19-30;
20-30.

19-18

i l'ated
Tetraethyl Lead, Deadly Effects of.
Texas, Nomination of Miriam A. Fergu-

sze St
son for Governor, 8-6, 9-5; Butte,
George C., Republican Candidate for
Governor, 17-5; Mrs. Miriam A. Fer-
guson Elected Governor, 20-5; Shoot-
ing of Cattle Thief in, 20-16.
Texas, University of, Presidency of W.
M. W. Splawn....

16-16
Textile Industry, Condition of

14-27

TX, Mars
Third Degree, Decision of U. S. Su-
preme Court Against

17-16
Third Internationale, Congress of

3-9
Theological Seminaries, Keport on.

4-19
Therapy, Intravenous

2-24

1936, and
Thomas, J. H. (p)

12-8
Thompson, R. M. (p)

7-25
Thompson, Elihu (p).

3-19
Thurston, Howard

25-2
Tilden, William T., Wins National Clay
Court Championship

4-28
Time, Measurement of

20-23
Tokyo, Fire in.....

19.10 --
Tolley, Cyril J. H. (p)

13-26
Toscanini, Arturo, Sketch of

23-15
Townsend, Charles E., Death of

6-32
Toy Production

25-26
Trachoma

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Sims, Charles, Portrait of King George
V.

2-17
Sinclair, Upton, Opinion on Gains and
Losses of World War.

5-6
Sistine Choir, American Visit of

8-12
Slang, Daily News, Prizes for

13-16
Sleeping Sickness, in Africa, 3.17; in

England, 3-17; and Rat Blood, 16-22.
Smallpox in Michigan, 3-17; in Cleve-

land, 4-21.
Smiddy, Timothy A., Minister from Irish
Free State

16-1
Smith, Alfred E., Nominated by Demo-

crats for Governor of New York, 14.
4; Re-elected Governor of New York,

20-6.
Smith College, Opening of, 14-16; Thea.

tre Workshop. 23-20.
Smith, Harriet L. (p).

3.14
Smith, Hoke (p).

2-7
Smith Wilkinson, Mrs.

Edward H.,
Death of

24-31
Smithsonian Institution, Ward Collection
of Bronzes in.

15-16
Snook, Albert

17-14
Snowden, Philip, Statement on

Dawes
Plan, 9.7; (p), Speech on British Fi-

nance, 10-10.
Socialist Party, Peace Demonstration in
Boston Forbidden

11-5
Soldiers' Bonus, Number of Applications,

16-5, 25-7.
“Sommifere," New Anæsthetic

5-18
Songs, Old

6-19
Soufoulis, S., Appointed Premier of
Greece

5-9
Sound Waves, Photographing.

13-18
Sousa, John Philip

11.13
South Carolina, Senatorial Campaign in,

9-6, 12-5.
South Mountain, Temple of Chamber
Music on

13-12
Spargo, John (p).

9-22
Speech, Human, Processes of, 7-20;

Voiceless, 24-17.
Spence School

12-17
Spingarn Medal, Award of

2.14
Splawn, W. M. W., President of L'ni-
versity of Texas, Sketch of.

16-16
Spleen, Transplanting

22-18
Spreckles, Adolph Bernard, Death of. 1.31
Spreckels, Rudolph (p)

5-3
Springfield Republican, Centenary of 11-21
Sproule, William (c)...

4.24
Stack, Sir Lee, Assassination of

22-10
Stadium, Significance of

24-18
Standard Oil Companies, Dividends of.. 8-24
Standard Oil Company, Federal Suits
Against

W,

S
St. John Lateran, 16th Centenary of. 17-16
St. Louis, Open-Air Opera in.

8-12
St. Mark's-in-the-Bouwerie, Abandonment
of, Dancing in

15-19
St. Nazaire, State to Commemorate

Landing of First American Troops in
France

19-5
St. Paul, American Legion, Convention

13.3
St. Paul's School

3-18
St. Petersburg, Fla., Anti-Semitism in 7-8
Sage, Dean (p).

15-20
Salmon Fisheries

11-4
Salvation Army

16-18
Samuel, Sir Herbert, Report on Palestine 5-8
Saner, kobert E. Lee, Address Betore
the American Bar Association,

3.16
Sanford, Edmund C., Death of.

22-32
Sanford, Ethel S., Death of

21-31
San Francisco, Visit of British Fleet to..
Sargent, Dudley Allen, Death and
Sketch of

5.21
Sarrail, Maurice (p).

22-8
Saulsbury, Willard, Nominated for Pres.
idency

1-3
Savinkov, Boris, Trial of, in Russia 10-12
Sawyer, Charles E., Resigns as White

touuse Physician, 1-1; Death of,

14.1, 30.
Sawyer, Eugene T., Death of.

19-31
Schall, Thomas D. (p), Campaign for
Senator in Minnesota

18.4
Schools, Medical, in the United States,

8-19; Overcrowding of, 11-18; Public,
in Scotland, 3-18; Secondary, Leading,

3-18.
Schurman, Jacob Gould (p), Objection
of Japan to, as Ambassador..

5-11
Schwab, C. M. (p).

5-25
Science, Applied, Financial Profit of. 4-20
Scott, Jean B. (p).

24-17
Trades Union Congress.

11-7
Transplantation of Organs.

25-24
iennial Imperial Education Confer-
ence

4-20
Trinity Church Corporation, Finances of 4-19
Triple Entente, Proposed.
Trotsky, Leon, Speech Against United

States, 7.10; Accusations Against, by

Zinoviev, 23-9; Banishment (p), 25-13.
Tsarina of Russia (p).

1-15
Tuan Chi-Jui (p), Appointed Chief Ex-
ecutive of China

23.11
Tuberculosis, Calmette Vaccine for, 1-21;
Gold Salts Cure for

25-24
Tucker, Sophie (p)..

12.15
Tumor on Brain, Operation for

4-21
Tunnel, Vehicular, New York-New Jer-
sey

5-19
Tunney, Gene (p), 4.28;

Defeat of
Georges Carpentier, 5-20.
Twelve-Hour Day, Result of Abolition of 8-24
Typewriter as Musical Instrument.......... 13-12

1-8
Stark, Monroe, Death of

23-31
Stars, Age of..

24-24
Steed, Wickham (p)

21-22
Steel Industry

3-20, 26-27
Steel, Stainless, Cheap Process for Mak:
ing

4-21
Sterling, Thomas (p).

25-3
Stern, William A. II. (p)

13-16
Stetson, Caleb L. (p).

4.19
Steuben, General (p).

10-6
Steuben Society, Support of La Follette.. 12-2
Stuer, Max D. (p).

26-22
Stevenson, Robert Louis (p), New Biog.
raphy of

21.14
Steward, John A., 9-24; Letter of Presi.

dent Coolidge to, on 65th Wedding
Anniversary

8-1
Stitt, Edward R. (p), on Medical Stand-
ards

23-28
Stock Exchange, Activity of, 23-24; and

the Election, 20-24.
Stock Swindling

23-26
Stokowski, Leopold

24.15
Stone, Harlan F., Address Before Amer-

ican Bar Association, 3-16; Annual Re.

port, 24-2.
Stony Point, N. Y., Establishment of

American Institute of Operatic Art...... 4.18
Straton, John Roach (p)..

22.28
Strauss, Richard, Resignation from Vien.

na Opera House, 20-15; New Inter-

mezzo, 22-16.
Strongfort, Lionel (p).

2.24
Submersible Vessel to Navigate Under
Ice

2-20
Sugar Tariff

12-5
Sullivan, Mark (p), Political Forecast 17-4
Sun, Total Eclipse of, 21-17; Age of,

24-24,
Sunday, William A. (p)

19-17
Supreme Court, U. S., Case of M. S.
Daugherty

24-6
Supreme Court, U. S., Meeting of, 15-5;

Suggested Changes in, by James M.

Beck, 26-4.
Surgeons, U. S., Congress of.

18-28
Swimming Championships

11-30
Synthetic Gold

5-19

pop)

18.9: Cá
Herry C.,

17-22
Scott, Sir Percy, Death of

17.30
Sea Time

1-20
*Searchlight on Congress,' Quotation
from

15-2
Sedgwick, Ellery, Letters to

3-15
Seelye, Laurenus Clark, Death of 16-30
Seipel, Ignaz, Resignation as Premier of

Austria, 20-10; Resignation as Chan-

cellor of Austria, 22-12.
Seratin, Tullio

20-15
Sewall, Harold M., Death of

19-31
Shairoth, Morrison, Nomination as Sen-
ator from Colorado

12-6
Shaft, Deep, in Earth, Proposed Sinking
of

14-19
Shanghai, Capture of

17-10
Shanklin, William Arnold, Death of. 16-30
Shaver, Clem L., Appointed Manager,

Democratic Campaign, 5.1; (p), 8-4;
Criticism of, by New York Times,

13-5.
Shaver, Mrs. Clem L., Attack on De-

fense Day Attitude of Charles W.
Bryan

10-3
Shaw, D. Stanley, and Newspapers. 20-18
Shaw, Howard E., Death of,

14.30
Shearer, William B. (p)...

21-4
Sheep. Transplanting Glands in.

6-27
Sheffield, G. Š., Death of.

25-32
Sheffield, James Rockwell, Appointment

as Ambassador to Mexico, and Sketch
of

10-4
Shelley, Percy B., Memorial to, at Car.
rara, Italy

5-15
Sherman, Stuart P., Editor Herald-Trib.
une Book Review

13-24
Shidehara, Baron (p)

2.12
Shiel, M. P. (p). Sketch of

15.14
Shields, James K., Defeat in Senatorial
Primaries

10.4
Shipping Board, Sale of Wooden Ships.. 12-5
Ships, Sailless, 23-18; Seaworthiness of, 24-5
Shiras, George, Death of

6-32
Shotwell, James H., American Plan for

League of Nations, 11-6; Editor Eco-
nomic and Social History of the World

War, 20-22.
Sivavougse, Prince, Visit to the C. S..... 20-10
Skeel, Burt E., Death of.

15-30
Silver, Coinage of.

2-22
Silver, Gray (p), Sketch of, 5-26; Ex-

position of Farmers' Needs, 12-3.
Simone, Mme.

18.15
Simopoulos, C., Greek Minister to U. S. 23-2
Simplified Spelling

19.18

vi, 18.5.

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и: Curero

Council

the States

U
Umberto, Prince, Visit to Latin America

(p), 11-12; 13-10,
L'namuno, Miguel de, Amnesty for 4-10
Underwood. Oscar W., Nominated for

Presidency, 1-2; (p), 24.4; Attack on,

25.7.
Unemployment, British

6-7
L'niform Illegitimacy Act.

25-17
Union Theological Seminary, Plans for
Endowment

24-17
l'nited Hotels Corporation of America.... 18-26

18.1

I'NITED STATES
See CABINET; COOLIDGE, CALVIN;

CONGRESS; IMMIGRATION; TAXA
TION; FOREIGN RELATIONS; ARMY;

Navy; Etc.
United States Chamber of Commerce,

Address of President Coolidge Before..
United States Naval Academy, Appoint-

ment of Superintendent
United States Steel Corporation, Order

by Federal Trade Commission to Dis.
continue “Pittsburgh Plus" Practice,

5-26; Extra Dividend, 6-26.
Universities, as an Investment. 4-20;

German, 3.18; Foreign, Summer
Schools at, 5-16.

26-5

T
Taft, Charles P., II., Sketch of

23-28
Talley, A. J. (p), Debate on Capital Pun-
ishment

18.18, 20

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Wisconsin, Appointments of Postmasters
in

26-6
Wolheim. Louis (p).

11-15
Woll, Matthew (p)..

7.5
Wolves in Italy

13-10
Women as Artists.

11.17
Women Candidates

15-5
Women in the Law

23-28
Women Lawyers' Association, National
Convention of

3-17
Women's Christian Temperance L'nion,
Golden Jubilee of.

21-5
Cniversity Women, American Association

of. Meeting in Christiania, 5-16; In-
ternational Federation of. Meeting,
6-20.
Intermyer, Mrs. Samuel, Death of..... 8.30

Wilson, Woodrow, Tablet l'inveiled at

Geneva by League of Nations, 2-8;
Plans for Marble Sarcophagus. 16-5;

Memorial Service in Congress, 25-7.
Wood, Leonard, Opens Philippines Insu-
lar Legislature

4-2
Woodrow Wilson Foundation, Awards of 24-7
Woods, Cyrus W., Resignation as Am-
bassador to Japan....

6-2
Woodward, Robert Simpson, Death of.

2-31
Work, Herbert, Annual Report of. 24-2
World Advertising Convention, Session
of, in London.

5-20
World League Against Alcoholism, Meet-
ing of

4-4
World War, Gains and Losses from,

5-6; Economic and Social History of,

20-22.
World's Zionist Organization, Meeting in
London

5-8
Wright, Orville (p).

15-22
Wu, General (c)

10.12
Wylie, Elinor, Sketch of.

20-13
Wyoming, Campaign of Mrs. William B.

Ross for Governor, 17-5; 20-5.
Wynn, Ed (p)...

16-14

13-18

X
X-Ray Machine, Portable

V
l'alerie, Archduchess Marie, Death of 12-30
assar College, Opening of..

13-15
Cauclain, Samuel (p).

18-3
ehicular Tunnel, New York-New Jersey 5-19
eregin, Peter, Death of.

20.17
l'eterans' Bureau, Annual Report of. 24-2
victoria Fedorovna, Grand Duchess, Ar-
rives in the United States..

24-10
Viereck, George S. (p), Interview with
Former German Emperor

19-9
Villard, Mrs. Henry (p), Celebration of
80th Birthday, Sketch of.

26-6
inson, Robert Ernest, Sketch of.

16-16
irgin Islands, Message of President to 11-1
ivian, Robert (p).

4-16
l'oiceless Speech

24.17
Ton Mackensen, Marshal (p).

6-10
on Maltzan, Ago, German Ambassador,
C. S. (p).

25.12
fon Tirpitz, Alfred (P), Election to
Reichstag

24-9
L'oronofi, Serge, and Transplanting of
Glands in Sheep...

6-21
Poters, Percentage of.

16-5
Poting, Neglect of.

5.4

War and the Mentality of Children. 11-18
War Risk Insurance, Bureau of, Termi.
nation

11-4
Warburg, Felix (p), Defense of Jews.... 24-9
Ward, Herbert, Collection of Bronzes. 15-16
Warren, Charles B., Letter of President
to

7.1
Warren, Francis E.

20-5
Washington and Lee University, Open-
ing of

14-16
Washington, George, Discovery of New
Statue of

6-15
Water Power Plant in Bayaria

20-23
Waterways, Internal

24-4
Watson, James E., Resignation from

Committee Investigating Internal Rev-
enue Bureau

5-3
Watson, Dr. John B., Investigations in
Fear in Children..

5.18
Water Spout in New York Harbor 11-20
Wayburn, Ned (p)...

7.12
Webb, Beatrice Potter (p), Sketch of. 4.9
Webb, Sidney (p), Sketch of.

4.9
Webster, Daniel (p).....

8.17
Wellesley College, Opening of.

13-15
Wells, Bombardier (p).

23.24
Western Reserve University

16-17
Westminster, Duke of, Sale of Pictures. 2-17
Westover School

12-17
Wharton, Edith, Sketch of

26-16
"What Price Glory?" Attitude of Mili-
tary Authorities on

14-6
Wheat Crop and Prices, 3-22; 4-2, 5-2.
Wheat, Price of, 15-27; World Produc.

tion, 4-3; Prices, 16-27; 26-27.
Wheaton, Alvin Sherman, Death of 26-32
Wheeler, Burton K., Selection for Vice-

President, 4.1; Speeches of, 10-3;
11-2, (p) 14-2, 15-3; Claims to be a

Democrat, 23-6
White, George (p).

2.15
White Indians

3.20
White Slave Congress, Charges of Ger-
man Delegate at

13-10
White, William Allen, Candidate for

Governor of Kansas, (p) 14-3; 17-5;

20-6.
Whitney, Mrs. Harry Payne (p)

19-5
Whittington, Dick (p).

21-6
Wholesale Druggists' Opposition to Pro-
hibition

14-5
Wickersham. George W.. Speech at

American Bar Association Meeting.. 5.15
Widener, Joseph E. (p), Rembrandt Col-
lection

18-17
Wiley, Harvey W.. (p), Celebration of
80th Birthday, Sketch of

18-26
Wilhelmina, Queen, Visits Sweden. 1-13
William Boyce Thompson Institute of
Plant Research

14-18
William II., Family of.

13.9
William IV. (p).

19.10
Williams College, Opening of. 13.15;

Annual Report of President, 20-22.
Wills, Helen, Wins Women's National
Tennis Championship

7-28
Wilson, William B., Plea to Gompers
for Labor Support of Davis.

7-5

on

Y
Yachting, International 6-Metre Racing... 9.29
Yale Tapestries, Sale of.

4-17
Yale University, Opening of, 14-16; Ob-

jection to Proposed Dormitory, 20-20;
Resignation of Hiram Bingham, Gov.
ernor-Elect, 21-17; Endowment by Ed-
ward S. Harkness for School of Fine

Arts, 23-20; New Dormitory, 25-20.
York, Archbishop of (p), Address
Faith Healing

5-17
Yorktown, Va., Anniversary of Corn.
wallis' Surrender

17-6
Young, Owen D)., Mentioned for Repara-

tions Commission, 3.7; German Opin-
ion of, 5-9; Appointment as Temporary

Agent General of Reparations, 10-7.
Young, Samuel B. M., Death and Sketch
of

11.4

W
Vagnalls, Adam (p), Death and Sketch
of

11-22
Vagner, Cosima (p)

5-14
Wagner, Richard (p)

21-12
Wahabis

15-11
Wallace, W. J. (p)

3-5
Vakely, James W., Death of

2-31
Vales, Prince of (p), American Visit,

7-8; 9.7; (p), 9-12; 10-1; 11-8; 12-8;

13-9; 16-8; 18.9; Canadian Visit, 14-10.
Vallace, Henry C., Annual Report, 24-

2; Death of, 18-5.
Valpole, Hugh (p).

17-13
'alsh, Thomas J., Permanent Chairman
Democratic National Convention

1.1
alska, Mme. Ganna (p)....

16-16
ambaugh, Sarah (p), Proposed Mem-
ber of Saar Governing Commission...... 14-7
ar, National Council for the Prevention
of, Meeting. 5-17; Spoils, Divisible
Among the States, 8-6; World, Gains
and Losses of, 5-6.

Z
Zaghlul, Saad, Attempted Assassination

of, 3-11; Visit to London, 5-10; Con-
ference on Sudan in London, Inter-
view with (p), 14-8; Return from Eng.

land. 18-12; Resignation of, 21-11.
Zemlinsky, Alexander von.

3-13
Zinoviev, Grigori (p). Re-elected Presi.

dent, Communist Executive Commit.
tee, 3-9; Sketch of, 3-10; Accusation

Against Trotsky, 23.9.
Ziwar, Ahmed Pasha, Appointed Premier
of Egypt

23-9
Zoroastrianism

20-17
ZR-3, Beginning of

Trip

to United
States

16-28
Zuloaga, Ignacio

(p),

Visits United
States

26-17

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