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AERONAUTICS

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Air

Oxford Expedition to North East Land,
1-24; British World Flight, 1-24;
Night Mail, 1-24; Amundsen, Raold,
Proposed Flight to Pole, 1-24; Air-
plane Stamps, 3-26; Air Mail, Prof-
its of, 3-26, 7-22, Results of, 21-26,
Risks of, 21-26; American World
Flight, 1-24, 3-26, 5-28, 6-30, 7-22,
12-20, 13-30,
9-31, 10-30, 11-31,
14-24; Schedule of Trans-Continental
Air Mail Service, 4-30; Ghost Plane,
5-28; Amphibious Air Plane, 5-28;
Record for Gliders, 10-30; Wright
Anniversary at Dayton, 15-22; Shen-
andoah, Tour of, 16-28, 18-30; End
of ZR-3 Flight, 17-27; Proposed
Flights to the North Pole, 19-31;
Possibilities of Commercial Flying,
Relative Standing of
17-27;
Navies, 19-31; Superairships, 20-28;
Super Seaplanes, 21-26; Radio Com-
pass, 23-29; ZR-3 Named Los An-
geles, 23-29; World Speed Record,
25-30.

Anna Karenina, Opera by Robbiani........ 1-17
Antioch, Excavations in.

Anti-Saloon League, and Results of the
Election, 20-6; Proposal for Prohibition
Enforcement, 23-6.

ARCHEOLOGY

Animal Skeletons in Mongolia, 15-17;
Assyrian Inscriptions, Deciphering
of, 15-17; Excavations in Antioch,
15-17, in Egypt, 15-17, in Nebraska,
15-17, in New Mexico, 15-17, in
Tripoli, 15-17, in Yucatan, 15-17;
Urga, Mongolia, Animal Skeletons
Unearthed in, 15-17.

Architectural Prizes in New York............ 22-16
Amendment,
Arkansas,
2-7, 20-5.

Arlen, Michael, Sketch of (p), 10-14,
12-15.

ARMY, UNITED STATES

Alleged Frauds in Sale of Lumber,
4-5; Mutiny in the Philippine Scouts,
Defense
3-6, 10-5; Opposition to

Beethoven Association, Concert by...

23-15

15-17

Belasco, David (p), Sale of Art Collec-

tion

15-16

Bell, Edward, Death of.

19-31

Belloc, Hilaire, Opinion on

Gains and

Losses of World War.

5-6

Belmont, August (p), 14-20; Death and

Sketch of, 25-28.

Benedict Monument to Music..

15-13

Benés, Eduard, Plan for Arbitration and

Disarmament in League of Nations...... 13-7
Bennett, Arnold (p).

25-14

Bercovici, Konrad, Sketch of.

13-15

Beresford, J. D...

13-14

Berlin, Irving (p).

24-14

Bernstorff, Count von, at Lyons Confer-

ence

2-9

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Besnard, Albert, Elected to French Acad-

23-8

emy

Bethlehem Steel Corporation, Dividends
of, 5-25; Report of, 18-27.
Beveridge, Albert J., Elected Member of
the National Academy of Arts and
Letters

22-16

Bible, New Translation of Old Testa-
ment

23-23

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Bieg, Harry Kurt, Receives Prize of
Beaux-Arts Architects

4-17

Price Glory?" 14-6; Strength of,
23-3; Desertions from, 23-3.

Arnold, Roberta (p)...

11-16

Bingham, Hiram, Nomination by Repub-
licans for Governor of Connecticut,
12-6; Resignation from

Faculty

of

Asquith, H. H. (p), Defeat of

19-7

Asquith, Margot, as a Journalist, 7-9;
Biographical Articles by (p), 13-8.

Yale, 21-17; Nomination for Senate,
23-5; Election, 26-7.

Astor, Lady, Controversy over

Picture

Biography, Proposed American Diction-
ary of

25-24

in House of Commons.

6-8

Birth Control League, Opposition to in

Atchison, Topeka and Sante Fe Railroad, 20-24
Atlanta, Meeting of Pan-American Com-

Illinois

19-28

Birth Kate in Europe..

7-30

mercial Congress in, 15-12; Open-Air
Auditorium for, 8-12.

Blasco ibanez, Vicente (p), Attack on
King Alfonso,..

Atoms, Formation of Molecules by.

7-20

Auto-Advertising

4-27

Automobiles, British,

12-24; Duty on,

.16-9, 22-10, 25-10
Blease, Coleman L., Campaign for Nom-
ination to the Senate, 9-6; Nomination,
and Sketch of (p), 12-5.

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12-24; Ford Factory in London, 12-24;
Industry, Condition of, 19-25; New
Records for, 14-22.

Bliss, Tasker Howard, American Plan

for League of Nations.

11-6

Agriculture, President's Plan for Relief
of, 11-1; Vocational Conference on,
5-16.

Blood Pressure, Hign, and Heredity.
Blood Transfusion

2-24

19-26

B

Ahmad, Shah (p).

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14-30

Boat Racing at Henley-on-Thames.
Bonaparte, Mrs. Ellen Channing, Death

2-26

of

1-31

Albertini, Senator (p).

24-11

Bacon, Elliott Cowdin, Death of.

14-30

Alexandra, Queen Dowager, Celebration
of 80th Birthday

Bacon, Robert L., Re-election

to the

Bondfield, Margaret, Opinions on Home-

making

11-8

23-8

House

20-6

Bond Issues

24-27

Alfonso XIII (p), 8-10; Ibanez' Attack
on, Sketch of, Reign, 25-10 (c).
Ali, Elected King of Hejez, 15-10; Sketch
of, 16-11.

Baekeland, Dr. Leo H. (c).

12-20

Bainter, Fay (p).

9-15

BOOKS, By

"Bakelite"

12-20

Aliens, Smuggling of.

9-5

Baker, George F., Return from European
24-26.

Allen, Henry T., Opinion on Gains and

Losses of World War.

5-6

Allen, Robert, Death of

25-32

Allen, Thomas, Death of..

10-31

Allenby, Lord (p), Sketch of, 8-8; Action

on
22-11.
Allesandri, President of Chile, Arrest of, 11-12
of University
Association
American
Women, Meeting in Christiania.

merican

Murder of Sir Lee Stack (p),

Baker, George Pierce, Alleged Neglect of,
14-16; Director of Dramatic Depart-
of Yale School of Fine Arts,
ment
23-20.
Baker, Newton D., Speech at Democratic
Convention, 1-2; Opinion on Gains and
Losses of World War, 5-6.
Baking Companies, Merger of.

20-25

Baldwin, Stanley, Appointed Prime Min-

5-16

ister

20-7

Bankers' Association, Meeting

Baldwin School

12-17

in Chicago

15-26

Balfour, A. J., (p).

25-18

American

Board of Commissioners for

Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, Finances

Foreign Missions, Report of.

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4-25

American

Chemical Society, Convention

of

American Farm Bureau Federation.

12-20
25-6

La-
Baltimore, Unveiling of Statue to
fayette
Bancroft, Edgar Addison (p). Appoint-

11-1

American Historians, Congress of.
American Institute of Operatic Art, Lay-
ing of Cornerstone

1-20

ment

as Ambassador to Japan, and
Sketch of

4-18

Bank Failures

3-22.

10-4
5-2

American Legion, Convention of, 13-3;

Bankers'

Trust Company,

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Plan

for

Endowment Fund of Five

German National Wealth.

5-8

Million Dollars, 22-1.

Banks, Unclaimed Deposits in.

12-27

merican

Library Association, Meeting

Bar Association, American, London Con-

of

2-19

vention, 3-16, 5-15, 6-18.

merican Mercury on Journalism.

14-22

Barnes, Ernest W. (p), Lord Bishop of

Imerican Telephone and Telegraph Co... 17-26

Birmingham, Sketch of.

13-17

merican Woolen Co., Passing of Divi-

Barraud, Francis, Death of.

10-31

dend

11-24

Barrymore, Ethel (c).

19-1

mericanists, Congress of.

1-20

Bartol, Henry E., Bequest of.

13-18

Uncensored

Abdullah, Achmed, 14-14; Anderson,
Sherwood, 25-15; Anonymous, Be-
hind the Scenes in Politics, 4-7;
Recollec-
Anonymous,
tions, 9-12; Arlen, Michael, 10-14,
18-13, 21-15; Asquith, Herbert, 4-15;
Ayala, Ramon Perez de, 17-13; Bal-
lard, C. R., 26-13; Barrington, E.,
3-14; Beck, L. Adam, 2-16; Ben-
nett, Arnold, 25-14; Beresford, J.
D., 13-14; Bierstadt, Edward Hale,
4-14; Bolitho, William, 15-12; Boyd,
H. D.,
Bronson,
12-14;
Thomas,
26-15; Buchan, John, 2-13, 11-15;
Burroughs, Edgar Rice, 5-12; Byrne,
Donn, 13-14; Cabell, James Branch,
Dorothy,
22-15; Canfield,
21-15,
10-14; Cardozo, Benjamin N., 17.
17; Chester, George Kandolph, 1-16;
Cobb, Irvin S., 15-14; Collins, Fred-
erick L., 15-5; Conwell, Russell H.,
20-25; Cournos, John, 1-16; De la
Mare, Walter, 7-15; Dixon, Thomas,
1-16; Doyle, A. Conan, 16-12; Dun-
sany, Lord, 7-14; Ellis, Lucy, 16-11;
Faris, Jolin T., 14-14; Farrar, John,
1-16; Farrere, Claude, 14-13; Faure,
Elie, 26-13; Fielding, Keith, 14-12;
Firbank, Ronald, 22-15; Ford, Ford
Madox, 23-13; Forester, C. S., 26-13;
Frank, Waldo, 19-12; Galsworthy,
John, 19-12; Ganoe, William Addle-

man, 10-6; Gentleman with a Duster,
20-11; Geer, W., 26-13; Gilbert,
Clinton W., 13-6; Graham, Malbone
W.. 13-11; Guedalla, Philip, 14-12;
Hearn, Lafcadio, 2-16; Hecht, Ben.,
26-15; Henderson, Daniel, 23-13;
Hergesheimer, Joseph, 11-14; Holds-
worth, William S., 10-20; Howard,
Siuney, 23-13; Howden-Smith, A.
D., 12-14; Hudleston, Sisley, 13-11;
Hughes, Rupert, 2-16; Hulme, Ed-
ward Maslin, 4-14; Huxley, Aldous,
15-14; Ibanez, Blasco, 16-13; Irwin,
Wallace, 9-14; Johnston, Mary, 21-
15; Kaye-Smith, Sheila, 5-12;
Kaempffert, W., 26-21; Kelley, Ethel
M., 10-14, 11-14; Leacock, Stephen,
7-15; Leech, Margaret, 18-13; Lewis,
Edwin Herbert, 6-17; Lincoln, Jos-
eph C., 19-13; Lofting, Hugh, 16-13;
Long, Viscount, 13-11; Martin, B.
Kingsley, 15-12; Masefield, John,
11-15, 23-13; Masters, Edgar Lee,
19-12; McAdoo, William, 8-19;
Melville, Lewis, 20-16; Mengard, H.
S., 14-12; Merrick, Leonard, 24-12;
Millard, Thomas F., 14-12; Miln,
Louise Jordan, 5-12; Montague, C.
E., 4-15; Moore, George, 24-12;
Moore, John Bassett, 9-16; Morris,
Gouverneur, 12-14; Mowatt, R. B.,
26-13; Mukerji, Dhan Gopal, 25-13;
Mullins, Helene, and Gallegher,
Marie, 18-13; Mundy, Talbot, 20-12;
Newman, Ernest, 12-12; Nowak, K.
F., 25-12; Odell, Joseph H., 20-12;
O'Higgins, Harvey, 20-12; Paine,
Albert Bigelow, 18-13; Paleolgue,
M., 25-13; Parry, Judge Edward
Abbot, 8-19; Pearson, Edmund Les-
ter, 4-15; Peterkin, Julia, 13-15;
Phelps, William Lyon, 17-13; Pod-
more. Frank, 13-11; Powys, Liew-
elyn, 8-14; Quick, Herbert, 24-12;
Repplier, Agnes, 3-14; Reymont,
Ladislas St., 22-14; Rinehart, Dr.
S. M., 8-19; Roberts, Kenneth L.,
2-14; Sachs, Emanie N., 6-17; Sedg-
wick, Anne Douglas, 9-14; Shanks,
Edward, 5-12; Shepherd, William
G., 3-6; Shiel, M. P., 15-14; Sin-
clair, May, 4-15; Smith, Harriet
Lummis, 3-14; Stallings, Laurence,
9-15; Steed, Henry Wickham, 21-20;
Steuart, John H., 21-14; Stevenson,
Gertrude Scott, 4-13; Thomas, Low-
ell, 16-11; Timmermans, Felix, 12-
14; Tolley, Cyril J. H., 13-26;
Train, Arthur, 14-13; Turquan, Jos-
epn, 16-11; Vance, Louis Josepn,
6-17; Walpole, Hugh, 17-13; Wei-
gall, Arthur, 15-12; Wellman, Fran-
cis L., 19-22; White, Walter F.,
10-15; Wilson. Harry Leon, 17-13;
Wyndham, Maud, 25-13; Young,
Francis Brett, 8-14.

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21-15

Child Labor Amendment, Ratification by
Arkansas, 2-7; Rejection by Georgia,
2-7; Rejection by North Carolina Sen-
ate, 9-6; Ratification by Arkansas, De-
feat in Massachusetts

20-5

Children, Fear in.

5-18

Chinese Music in New York.

10-15

Chisholm, Hugh, Death of.

15-30

Chlorin, Efficacy in Colds.

11-25, 23-27

Christiania, Norway, Change of Name
to Oslo

21-9

Byron, Lord, Denied Memorial Tablet in
Westminster Abbey, 4-19; (p), 10-27.

C

Cabell, James Branch, Sketch of
CABINET

Bureau of Identification, Establishment
in Department of Justice, 5-2; Wil-
liam J. Donovan Appointed Assistant
Attorney General, 8-4; Death of
Henry C. Wallace, 18-5; Charles F.
Marvin Appointed Acting Secretary
of Agriculture, 18-5; Rumored Re-
organization of, 20-3; Embassies,
Ownership of, 21-1; Purchase of
Schönborn Palace in Prague, 21-1;
Announced Resignation of James J.
Davis, 21-2; Douglas Robinson Ap-
pointed Assistant Secretary of the
Navy, 21-2; Howard M. Gore Ap-
pointed Secretary of Agriculture,
22-2; Report of the Secretary of
War, 23-1; Report of the Postmas-
ter General, 23-2; Report of the Sec-
retary of the Interior, 23-2; Report
of the Secretary of Commerce, 23-2;
Sale of Treasury Bonds, 24-1; Re-
port of the Secretary of the Treas-
ury, 24-1; Report of the Secretary
of Agriculture, 24-2; Report of the
Secretary of the Interior. 24-2; Re-
port of the Secretary of Labor, 24-2;
Report of the Secretary of the Navy,
24-2.

Churchill, Winston (p), Declaration on
British Politics, 14-8; Appointed Chan-
cellor of the Exchequer, Sketch of,
20-7.

Cities, American, Debts of.
Claire, Ina (p).

Classics, Study of the...
Clay, Henry (p).

Booth, Evangeline (p)..
Booth, Lady Mary, Death of.

16-18

3-6

20-32

14-14

Booth, W. Bramwell (p), Visit to
America

14-17

16-18

13-2

Borah, William E. (p), Statement on
Campaign Issues, 16-2; Campaign for
Re-election, 18-4; Speech Before Phila-
delphia Forum, 26-7.

Cleghorn, Sarah, Sketch of.

7-15

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Borglum, Gutzon (p).

14-11

Clemens, Samuel L. (p), Autobiography
of

18-13

Boris, King of Bulgaria (p); Search for

a Wife

Clementel, M. (p), Speech on French

26-12

Budget

15-9

Boston Art Club, Exhibit of Woodstock
Colony

Clemson College, Strike in.

18-16

19-13

Boston Symphony Orchestra.

19-16

Boston to Key West Waterway.

24-5

Clergymen, 25 Most Influential.
Cleveland, Ohio, Smallpox in.
Cobb, Frank I. (p), Memorial to.

26-19

4-21

1-28

Boston University, Courses in Law En
forcement, 14-17; Mrs. L. J. Franklin

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Installed Dean of Women, 25-19; De-
gree Awarded to Mrs. Coolidge, 25-17.
Bower, Sir Alfred (p), Lord Mayor of
London

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Bowman, John Gabbert (p), Chancellor

of Pittsburgh University

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Colds, Value of Treatment by Chlorin,

11-25, 23-27: Data on, 26-20.

Boy Scouts, Meeting at Wembley.

6.9

Italian Ambassador, 21-10.

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Bradford Academy

12-17

Caillaux, Joseph, Amnesty for.

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Brandegee, Frank B., Death of.

16-30

Cain (p)

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Cain's Wife

17-16

Branting, Hjalmar, Prime Minister of

College Entrance Requirements.

19-17

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College Trade Union

16-17

Sweden, 17-10; Illness of, 25-13.

Bread, Price of

8-25

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2-9

Brent, Charles H. (p), on Opium Traffic,

22-7. 23-7.

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California, Political Situation in.
California, University of, Summer Music
Session, 9-13; Hearst Hall, 22-17.
Calles. Plutarco Elias, Elected President
of Mexico. 2-13, 3-12; Foreign Tour
of (p), 7-11, 9-9; Statement of Presi-
dential Policies, 19-11; Inaugurated as
President of Mexico (c), Sketch of,
23-12.

13-3

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11-3

Bridgman, Herbert L., Death of.
British Association for the Advancement
of Science, Meeting in Toronto..
British Medical Association, Meeting of. 5-17
Brookhart, Smith W., Attack on General
Dawes, 15-3: Re-election of, 20-5; Offi-
cial Count of Ballots, 21-5; Repudiated
by Republican Senate Leaders, 22-3.

14-30

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Cambridge University, Summer Schools

7-20

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Columbia University, Opening of. 14-16;
Life Trustees, 20-20; Huger W. Jer-

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Campbell, J. E., Death of

School

26-32

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Commodity Prices in August.

Cancer, Reported Cure of, 15-20;
Certain Races, 22-18.

in

22-17
11-34
Commonweal, The, New Catholic Journal, 21-
Communist Congress, International

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7-20

14-27

Earthquake, Japanese, Estimates of Cas-

Cyril, Grand Duke, Protest on Anglo-
Russian Treaty

ualties

7-10

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13-16, 16-22

Edge, W. E. (p).

23-4

4-20

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CAMPAIGN AND ELECTION.

Elections, Betting on...

15-5

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Floods in Turkestan and Bokhara.

9-10

Flynn, William J., New Magazine...

13-23

Fontanne, Lynn (p)...

17-15

Food Digestion, Experience in...

9-17

Food, Seizure Under Pure Food and
Drugs Act

6-3

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FOREIGN AFFAIRS (Cont'd)

Foreign Policy, 6-7; Sir Charles E.

Madden, Appointed Admiral of the

Fleet, 6-8; Repeal of McKenna Du-

ties, 6-9; Boy Scouts, Meeting at

Wembley, 6-9; Raising of German

Fleet at Scapa Flow, 6-21; Treaty

with Russia, 7-7; Women in the

House of Lords, 8-8; Sudan Disturb-

ances, 8-8; Retirement of Viscount

Grey as Leader of House of Lords,

1-11,

Treaty,

9-8;

Anglo-Soviet

9-10; Trades Union Congress, 11-7;

Gift of Biscuit Shares to Ramsay

MacDonald, 12-7; Attack of Lloyd-

George on Labor Government, 12-8;

General Election, 13-7, 16-6, 16-8,

17-7; Irish Boundary Controversy,

MacDonald of

13-8; Defense by

Anglo-Russian Treaty, 14-7; Irish

Boundary Bill in Parliament, 14-8;

Declaration of Winston Churchill on

Election Issues, 14-8; Platform of

Labor Party, 14-8; Anglo-Egyptian

Conferences, 14-8, 15-8; Censure of

Labor Government, 15-8; Party Is-

sues, 16-8; Issues of Election Cam-

paign, 18-7; Parliament, Meeting of,

18-9; Parliament, Membership in

1923, 18-9; Result of Elections, 19-6;

Resignation of Labor Cabinet, 20-7;

New

20-7;

Conservative Cabinet,

Election Campaign, Final Results of,

21-8; Labor Party, Manifesto Fol-

lowing Resignation of Cabinet, 21-7;

Liberal Party, Leaders of, 21-7;

Lord Mayor's Show, 21-6; New Cab-

inet, 21-8; Russian Treaty Repudi-

ated, 22-7; Action on Assassination

of Sir Lee Stack, 22-10; Denial of

Infraction of Limitation of Arma-

ments Treaty by Sir Esme Howard,

23-7; Russian Reply to Abrogation

of Treaties, 23-9; Restatement of

Egyptian Policy, 23-10; Anglo-Ger-

man Commercial Treaty, 24-8; Open-

ing of Parliament, 25-9; Attitude in

French Dept., 25-8; Economic Policy,

26-8; Speech of Austin Chamberlain

in Parliament, 26-8.

BULGARIA, Amnesty to Radoslavoff and

Cabinet, 4-11; Proposed Wife for

Tsar, 26-12.

CHILE, Arrest of President Allesandri,
11-12; Establishment of Military Di-
rectory, 12-12; Naval Preparations
in, 13-11: Recall of Military At-
taches, 14-12.

CANADA, Prohibition in, 4-10; Prohibi-
tion Victory in Ontario, 18-10;
Treaty with Belgium, 18-10; Visit of
Prince of Wales to, 14-10.

CHINA, Chinese Eastern Railway. 1-15;

Resignation of Cabinet, 2-13; Ap-

pointment of Wu Yen as Premier,

2-13; Jews in, 4-13; Russian Lega-

tion in, 3-12, 6-13; Floods and Fam.

ine in, 4-13, 8-11; Civil War and

Leaders, 10-12, 11-11, 12-11, 12-12,

13-11, 14-12, 15-12, 16-11, 17-10,

17-11; Entrance of General Feng

Into Pekin. 18-12; Resignation of

President, 18-12; End of Hostilities,

18-12: Preparations for Peace, 19.

11; Banishment of P'u-yi, Emperor,

20-10; Appointment of New Cabinet,

23-11; Tuan Chi-Jui Appointed Chief

Executive, 23-11.

COLOMBIA, Air Mail in..

CUBA, Presidential Campaign in, 8-11,

15-12; Annulment of Embargo on

Arms and Munitions, 11-1; Elections
in, 19-11; Isle of Pines Treaty with
U. S., 25-4; Memorial to Roosevelt,
25-13.

CZECHO-SLOVAKIA, Reduction of Arma-

ments, 1-14; Strength of Army, 18-

11; Illness of President Masaryk,

21-10; Parliamentary Boycott by

Minority Races, 23-10.

DENMARK, Proposal to Abolish Army

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FOREIGN AFFAIRS (Cont'd)

Stack, 22-11; Prorogation of Parlia-

ment, 23-9; Protest of Government

to League of Nations, 23-9; Ahmed

Ziwar Pasha Appointed Premier,

23-9; Revolt of Sudanese Regiments,

23-10; Restatement of British

Policy, 23-10; Acceptance of British
Demand, 23-10; Execution of Egyp-
tian Officers, 24-11; Release of Sus-
pects, 26-12.

FRANCE, Return of Occupied Ruhr

Areas, 1-9; Results of Chequers Con-

ference, 1-11, 12; Millerand, "Last

Will and Testament of Alexandre

Millerand," 1-11; Controversy over

Dawes Plan, 2-8; Political Defeats

of Herriot, 2-9; Debate in Cham-

ber on Amnesty Bill, 3-8; Amnesty

Bill, 6-9; Traffic in Babies, 8-9;

Welcome of Herriot from London

Conference, 8-9; Approval of Lon-

don Negotiations, 9-7; Millerand,

Alexandre, Candidacy for Chamber

of Deputies, 9-9; Proposed Treaty of

Commerce with Germany, 10-10;

Progress in Alsace-Lorraine, 10-11;

Receipts from Ruhr, 12-9; Hurley

Plan for Liquidation of War Debt,

12-9; German Loan, 12-9; Budget

and Taxation, 12-9, 15-9; Bomb Out-

rages in Guadeloupe, 14-10; Storms in,

14-10; German Protest on Import

Tax, 14-10; German Trade Parley,

15-9; Economic Conditions, 15-9;

Speech of President Doumergue in
the Gard, 16-9; Diplomatic Changes,
17-9; Recognition of Soviet Govern-
ment, 17-9, 19-9; Religious Con-
troversies in Alsace-Lorraine, 17-9;
Manifesto of Millerand Against the
Government, 20-8; Marshals of,
22-8; Amnesty for Joseph Caillaux,
22-8; Loan in United States, 22-8;
Political Unrest in Tunis, 23-7; Ar-
rival of Soviet Embassy, 24-10; Dis-
cussion of American War Debt,
24-10; 26-8, Expulsion of Commun-
ist, 24-10; Political Questions, 25-
11; Illness of Herriot, 25-11; Pas,
sage of Amnesty Bill, 26-10; Com-
munist Activities, 26-9.

GERMANY, Consent to Resumption of

Allied Military Control, 1-13;

Reichstag Disorders, 1-13; French
Feeling Toward, 2-9; Statement of
Marx

on Reparations Conference,

3-8; Universities, 3-18; Anti-Semitic

Legislation in Bavaria, 4-10; Na-

tional Wealth of, 5-8; Attitude of

Chancellor Marx toward Premier's

Conference, 5-9; Amount of Repara-

tions Paid, 6-10; Statement of

Former Leaders in the World War,

6-11; Raising of Fleet at Scapa

Flow, 6-21; Reparations Plan Ac-

cepted by Delegates, 7-7; Economic

Conditions, 7-9; Commercial Treaty

with Spain, 8-10; Dawes' Plan_in

the Reichstag, 9-7; Passage of Ex-

perts' Plan Legislation in Reichstag,

10-7; Proposed Treaty of Commerce

with France, 10-10; Evacuation of

the Ruhr. 11-7, 13-7; A. B. Hough-

ton on German Economic Develop-

ment, 11-10; Payment of Ruhr

Revenue to France, 12-9; Proposal

for French Loan, 12-9; Family of

William II, 13-9; Allied Military

Control Mission, Failure of Search

for Arms in Germany, 13-10; Applica-

tion to Membership in League of

Nations, 14-7; Saar Valley, Recom-

mendation to Governing Commis-

sion, 14-7; Protest on French Im-

port Tax. 14-10; Bonds, Collapse in,

14-26; Cabinet Crisis, 15-9; Inter-

national Loan, 15-10; Loan. 15-27.

17-26; Completion of $200,000,000

Loan, 16-6; Political Crisis, 16-10;

Success of Reparation Loan, 17-7;

Claims of V. S. Against, 18-7; Party

Division in Elections, 18-10; Resig-

nation of Cabinet, 18-10; Beginning

of General Election, 19-10; Quarrel

of Crown Prince and General von

Ludendorff, 21-9; Anti-Semitism,

24-8; General

Elections. 24-9;

Cabinet Crisis, 25-12, 26-10.

GREECE, Fall of Papanastasiou Cabinet,

4-11; New Cabinet, 5-9; Increase of

Loan from League of Nations, 13-7;

New Cabinet, 21-11.

HEJAZ.

War

Religious

in. 15-10:

Abdication of Hussein. 16-11; Cap-

ture of Mecca, 17-10. See also

ARABIA.

HONDURAS, Revolt in, 6-13, 7-12, 11-12,

12-12, 18-12: Landing of American

Marines in, 7-12; Murder of Ameri-

can and British Citizens, 9-11.

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