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FOREIGN AFFAIRS (Cont'd)
HUNGARY, International Loan, 1-14;

Financial Condition of, 6-13; Re-
port on Financial Reconstruction,
12-7; Proposed Treaty with Russia,
16.11; Suit over Karolyi Property,
21-10: Political Crisis in, 23-11;

Karolyi's Treason Confirmed, 26-12.
India, Political Conditions in...

19-8
Laish FREE STATE, Appointment of

Minister to the U. S., 1-10; Release
of Eamon de Valera, 4-10, 8-9;
Boundary Controversy, 6-8, 13-8;
Boundary Bill,

14-8, 15-8, 16-8;
Boundary Commission, 18-10; Con.
troversy in Registration of Treaty
with League of Nations, 26.9. See
also BRITISH COMMONWEALTH

NATIONS.
ITALY, Matteotti Murder, 1-12, 2-10,
8.10.
9.9;

Cabinet Resignations,
1.13; Cabinet, New Appointments
in, 2-10; Cession of Jubaland to,
4.10; Letter of Mussolini Against
the Opposition. 6-11; Meeting of
Council of Ministers, 6-11; Failure
of Wheat Crop, 6-12; Speech of
Mussolini in Defense of His Pol.
icies, 7-9; Founding of Italian Na.
tional Centre Party, 8-10; New Con-
stitution for Sardinia, 11-10; Visit
of Crown Prince Umberto to Latin-
America, 11-12, 13-10; Assassination
of Armando Casalini, 12-10; Arbi.
tration Treaty with Switzerland,
13-10; Repayment of Bonds in the
U. S., 13-10; Resignation of
Caetani as American Ambassador,
13.10; Treaty of Arbitration with
Switzerland, 13-10; Wolves in,
13.10; Opposition Seats in Parlia
ment, 14-11; Cancellation of Titles
of Nobility, 18-10; Dissolution of
Fascist National Militia, 19.10;
Meeting of Parliament without
Opposition. 21-9: Meeting of Fascist
and Socialist Opposition Deputies,
21-9; Challenge of Mussolini by Pep.
pino Garibaldi, 21-10; Speech of
Carlo Delcroix in Chamber of Dep-
uties, 22-9; Debate of Mussolini's
Policies in Chamber of Deputies,
22-9; Vote of Confidence in Musso-
lini, 22-10, 24-11; Insurrection in
Tripoli, 23.7; Declaration of Musso-

lini to Modify Electoral Law, 26-11.
JAPAN. Reply to Hughes' Note on Ex.

clusion, 1.14; Sakhalin. Japanese
Desire to Obtain, 1-14; Chinese Pol.
icy. 2-12; Imperial Diet Meets, 2-12;
Policy Toward United States, 2-12:
Russian Policy. 2-12; Passage of
Tariff

Bill,

4-13; Opposition to
American Loan, 5-10; Presentation
of Site for American School, 5:11;
Resignation of Ambassador Woods,
6-2; Defense of Hanihara of "grave
consequences Note, 6-13; Confer.
ence with Russia, 7-10; Estimate of
Earthquake Casualties, 7.10; Earth-
quakes in, 8-11, _13-10; National
Drill Day, 9-11; Treaty with Mex.
ico, 16-11; Ill Feeling over Immi-
gration Laws, 17.11; Fire in Tokyo,
19.10; Objection to Action on Opium
by League of Nations, 21-6; Honor
to Suicide

Protest Against
American Immigration Bill, 21.11:
Trial of would be Assassin of
Crown Prince. 21-11; T. Mutsudaira
Appointed American Ambassador,

26-12.
MEXICO, Departure of British Rep.

resentative. 1.15; Presidential Elec-
tions. 1-15, 2-13, 3-12; Suspension
of Debt Agreement, 2-13; Evans,
Rosalie, Murder of 6-13, 7-11, 18-
12. 21-11: Foreign Tour of General
Calles, 7.11: Plague of Grasshoppers
in, 9.11; Meeting of General Claims
Commission, 10-13; Visit of Ameri.
can Exporters to, 10-24: Treaty with
Japan. 16-11; Church and the
Civil Law. 16-18; Statement on Oil
Controversy. 17.11: Withdrawal of
Consular Officers from Great Brit.
ain, 18-12; Statement of President.
Elect Calles on Policies, 19.11; In-
auguration of President Calles, 23.

12.
MONTENEGRO Appeal

FOREIGN AFFAIRS (Cont'd)
NORTHERN IRELAND, Arrest of Eamon

de Valera, 18.9. See also IRISH
FREE STATE; BRITISH COMMON

WEALTH OF NATIONS,
NORWAY, Defeat of Anti-Prohibition

Bill, 5.9; Election Results, 18-11;
Change of Name of Christiania to

Oslo, 21-9.
PALESTINE, Report of Sir Herbert

Samuel, 5-8; Proposed American
Treaty with, 11•11; Reported Resig.
nation of Sir Herbert L. Samuel,

23-8.
PERSIA, Oil in, 4-12; Assassination of

Major Imbrie, 4:12, 5-10, 6-11,
15-11, 20-10; Criticism of Irak-

Britain Treaty. 13-7.
PERU, Naval Preparations in, 13-11;

Celebration of Independence Day,

24.11.
POLAND, Strike Against Ten-Hour

Working Day, 6-11; Recall of Soviet
Minister, 9-10; Attempted Assassina
tion of President, 11-10; Proposed

Refunding of American Debt, 21-2.
PORTUGAL,

Activities of Alvaro de
Castro, 2-10; New Cabinet, 2-11;

Communist Revolt, 12-9.
RUMANIA, Control of Foreign Oil

Properties, 1-14; Financial Condi-
tions, 3.11; Visits of King and
Queen to France and England, 3-11;
Sketch of Queen Marie, 5.9; Failure

to Raise Foreign Loan, 8.11.
RUSSIA, Ashes of Late Czar and Fam-

ily, 1.15; Famine, Reports of, 1-15;
Report of Conditions by A. I.
Rykov, 2.11; Congress of Third In-
ternationale, 3.9; Anniversary of
Soviet Republics, 3-10; Deportation of
Students, 3-11; Unemployment in,
3-11; Attitude of Bolsheviki Toward
Gorky, 6-12; Conference with Japan,
7-10; Speech of Trotsky against
U. S., 7.10; Anglo-Soviet Treaty,
9-10; Divorce in, 9-10; Protest of
Grand Duke Cyril on Anglo-Rus
sian Treaty, 9-10; Trial of General
Savinkov, 10-12; Food Conditions,
11-10; Grain Export Policy, Opposi-
tion to, 11-10; Floods on the Neva
River, 14-11; Protest against Allied
Interference in China, 14-11; Ex-
cerpts from Lenine's Will, 16-10;
Educational Conditions, 16-11; Pro-
posed Treaty with Hungary. 16-11;
Recognition by France, 17.9, 19-9;
Banishment of the Dowager Em.
press, 20-8; Anniversary of Soviet
Control, 20-9; Minister to Mexico,
20-9; Demand for Return of Rus-
sian Fleet from Tunis, 21-8; Grand
Duke Cyril Claims Right_to Crown,
21-8; Treaty with Great Britain Re.
pudiated, 22.7; Accusations against
Trotsky by Zinoviev, 23-9; Reply to
British Abrogation of Treaties, 23-9;
Reduction of Army, 24-10; Banish-
ment

of Trotsky, 25-13; Protest
against Magnetic Observation by U.

S. Vessel, 26-11.
Siam, Visit of Prince to United

States, 12; American Visit

Prince Sivavougse, 20-10.
SPAIN, Amnesty for Moroccan Dis-

aster, 2-11; Modification of Dicta-
torial Powers. 2.11; Campaign of
Morocco, 3.11, 8-11, 9.9, 11-9, 12-9,
14.10. 17-9; Amnesty for Miguel de
Unamuno. 4.10; Commercial Treaty
with

Germany. 8-10; Imaginary
Comments by King Political
Situation, 8-10; Telephones in, 10-24,
Rumored Fall of Primo de Rivera,
11-9; Attack on King Alfonso by

FOREIGN AFFAIRS (Cont'd)

to Form New Cabinet, 5.9; Proposed
Reduction of Army, 17.10; Strength
of Armies, 18-11; Birthday of
Crown Prince, 20-9; Reappointment
of Pashitch as Premier, 20-10; Na.
tionalization of Universities, Result

of, 24.11.
FOREIGN RELATIONS, UNITED STATES
Arbitration Treaty with Sweden, 1.13;

Reply of Japan on Hughes' Note on
Exclusion, 1:14; Departure of Amer.
ican Troops from Dominican Repub-
lic. 1-15; American Occupation of
Haiti, 1-15, 2-8; Rumanian

Gov.
ernment and American Capital, 3.11;
American Demands for Imbrie Mur
der, 5-10; American Goods and the
New Japanese Tariff, 5-11; Japanese
Objection to Jacob Gould Schurman
as Ambassador, 5.11; Resignation of
C. W. Woods as Japanese Ambas.
sador, 6-2; Rumored Resignation of
Ambassador Herrick, 6-3; Appoint-
ment of Edgar Addison Bancroft, Am-
bassador to Japan, 10-4; Appointment
of James Rockwell Sheffield, Ambas.
sador to Mexico, 10-4; Treaties with
Denmark, Great Britain, Norway,
Germany, Italy, Panama, Sweden
and Netherlands on Liquor Enforce-
ment. 10.4; Proposed Treaty with
Palestine, 11-11; New Ambassador
from Japan, 11-12; Hurley Plan of
Liquidation of War Debt, 12-9; Pro-
posed Repayment of Italian Bonds,
13.10; Emile Daeschner Appointed
American Ambassador, 17-9; Claims
against Germany, 18.7; Foreign
Loans, 19-24; Persian Payment for
Imbrie Murder. 21-2; Proposed Re.
funding of Polish Debt, 21-2; Fare.
well Address of Italian Ambassador,
21-9; Discussion of French War
Debt, 24-10; New Greek Minister to
U. S., 25-2; Isle of Pines Treaty,
25-4; Payment of Foreign

War
Debts, 26-2.
Forest Fires

4-1
Forgan, James Berwick (p), Death and
Sketch of

19-24
Fosdick, Harry Emerson, and Presby.

terian Pulpit, 9.18, 15-19; Resigna-

tion of, 18-17; 19-17; (p), 20-17; 21-20.
Foster, William Z., Speech at Omaha.... 10-3
Foxcroft School

12-18
France, Anatole, Death and Sketch of 16-13
Franchise. Utilization of

16.5
Franklin Institute, Celebration of 100th
Anniversary

13.18
Franklin, Mrs. L. J.. Dean of Women
at Boston University

25.19
Frazier, L. J.. Repudiated by Republican
Senate Leaders

22-3
Freight Car Loadings, 8-24, 11-24, 16-27,

18-26.
Freight Rates

4.3
French Academy, Progress of Diction.

ary, 12-9; Election of New Members,

23-8; History of, 23-8.
Freud. Sigmund (c), Sketch of.. 17.20
Frietchie, Barbara (p)

14.15
Friedman. Isaac, Funeral of.

25-18
Frost, Robert, 16-17; Resignation

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pendence

12.11
MOROCCO, Spanish Campaign in, 8-11,

9.9, 11-9, 12-9; Evacuation by Span-

ish Troops, 23-7. See also SPAIN.
NETA ERLANDS,

Visit of Queen of
Sweden, 1-13; Sketch of Princess

Juliana, 23-8.
NICARAGUA, Elections in,

5-11

Ibanez, 16-9, 25-10.
Sudan, Plans for Development of ........ 4-9

See also BRITISH COMMONWEALTH

OF NATIONS; EGYPT,
SWEDEN, Arbitration Treaty with the

U. S., 1-13; Resignation of Cabinet,
17-10; Visit of King and Queen to
Denmark, 22.9; Illness of Premier

Branting, 25-13.
SWITZERLAND. Treaty of Arbitration
with Italy

13.10
TRIPOLI, Insurrection in

23-7
TUNIS, Political Troubles in

23-7
TURKFSTAN,
Floods in

9-10
TURKEY, Passage of Anti-Semitic Law,

6-11; Establishment of Monogamy,
7.10; Refusal of Mixed Commission
to Deport Greeks to Constantinople,
12.11; Position of Mosul, 13-7;
Statue of Kemal Pasha. 14.11; Ill-
ness of Ismet Pasha, 21-11; Resigna.
tion of Ismet Pasha as Premier,

22-12
Yugo-SLAVIA, Resignation of Premier

Pashitch and Cabinet, 4.11; Attempt

from Amherst Faculty, 20-22.
Fuel from Water Power

7.30
Furman University. Institute of Politics 5-17
Furtwaengler, Wilhelm, Conductor of
Philharmonic Society

6-14

G
Galli Curci, Amelita (1)

19.16
Galsworthy. John (p), Sketch of

19.12
Ganıble, Robert Jackson, Death of,

13.30, 14-30.
Gardiner, Mrs. Jack, Death, and
Sketch of

4.17
Garibaldi. Peppino (p), Challenge to
Mussolini

21.10
Garibaldi, Ricciotti, Death of

4-31
Garvey. Marcus (p),

6-3
Gary. E. H. (p).

12.4
Gasoline. Prices of

18-26
Gaston, Lucy Page (p), Death and Sketch
of

9.5
Geddes, Sir Auckland, Address in Mem-
ory of Walter Hines Page

21.8
Geers, Edward F., Death of

11.32
Geikie, Sir Archibald, Death of

21-31
Gemier, Firmin (p). Invitation to Visit

United States. 9.3: American Visit,

Sketch of. 20-14, 21-13.
George, Lloyd, Attack on Labor Govern-

ment, 12-8; (p) 25-8.
George V., Portrait of, by Sims.

2-17
Georgetown University, William Lyons
Appointed President

16-16
Georgia. Rejection of

Child Lahor
Amendment. 2-7; Renomination of W.

J. Harris for Senator, 12-6.
Gergonie, Dr., Death of

20.18
6-15
Human Race, Age of

for

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Gibson, C. D. (p)

4-26
Gilbert, Clinton W., Estimate of Cam.

paign Results, 10-1; Quoted on Hiram

W. Johnson, 13-3.
Gilbert, Seymour Parker, Jr., Assumes

Direction of Reparations Plan,, 17-7;
(c), Appointed Agent-General of Rep.
arations Commission, Sketch of, 11-7;
(P), 19-6.
Gillett, Frederick Huntington, Nomina-

tion as Senator from Massachusetts,
12-6; Record as Speaker of the House

(c), 20-3.
Gillmore, Margalo (p)

15-15
Glands and the Perfect Man.

22:18
Glass, Carter, Nominated for Presidency 1-4
Glynn, Martin H., Death of.

25-32
Gofi, Mrs. Waldo Percy, Death of

1-31
Gold, Synthetic, 5-19; Production and

Export of, 13-22; from Mercury,

21-17; Exports of, 24-26.
Golden Book

26-23
Golf, 1-26;

1-27; 5-21; 9-27; 10-27;
13-26; 14.20.
Gompers, Samuel, 2-5; Opinion on Gains

and Losses of World War, 5-6; Reply
to Plea for Labor Support of Davis,
7-5; Political Advice to Labor, 16-5;
Comment on Election, 21-5; Death and

Sketch of, 25-6; Funeral of, 26-3.
Goodyear-Zeppelin Company.

17.30
Gordon, Anna A. (p)

21-5
Gore, Howard M. (p), Appointed Sec-
retary of Agriculture

22-2
Gorilla, Characteristics of

13-18
Gorky, Maxim, Attitude toward, by
Bolsheviki

6-12
Goucher College, Opening of

14-16
Gould Estate, Suits Against

16-20
Government Officials, Increased Salaries
for

25-7
Governors' Conference

22.4
Governors, Sketches of

15-5
Grain Elevators, Combination of Farmers
to Conduct

5-25
Grain Marketing Company

4.2
Grand Army of the Republic, 58th Re.
union in Boston

8.5
Giange, Harold (p)

17-22
Grant, Dr. Percy Stickney

22-28
Grasshoppers, Plague of, in Mexico. 9-11
Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Waterway 24-5
Green. E. H. R. (p), Development of
Radio, Sketch of

11-19
Green, William (p)

26-3
Greene, William S., Death of

14.30
Grey of Fallodon, Viscount, Retirement

from Leadership at House of Lords,
Sketch of, 9-8; Proposed Triple En.
tente

21-6
Gridiron Club, Dinner of

25-22
Grindell-Matthews, Interview with. 8-15
Guiterman, Arthur, Sketch of

14.13
Gulf Waterway

24-5
Guns, New Powerful

13-18
Gustav, Adolf (p), Crown Prince of
Sweden

22-9
Guthrie, William N.

22-28

Haynes, Roy A. (p), Reply to Whole-
sale Druggists

14.5
Hays, Will H. (p)

6-20
Hazen, Charles

Downer,

Elected to
National Academy of Arts and Let.
ters

22-16
Hearst, W. R. (p)

6-24
Hecht. Ben (p), Sketch of

26-15
Heckscher, Anna A., Death of

8.30
Hetin, T. J. (p), Sketch of

25.7
Heilbroner, Louis, Death of

1-31
Helium Gas, Conservation of

13-18
Henderson, Paul (P)

18-30
Henson, H. H. (p)

3-6
Herald-Tribune, New Book Review,

13-24; Political Exlitorial in, 13-2.
Herdman, William Abbott, Death and
Sketch of

5-19
Hergesheimer, Joseph, Sketch of, 2-17;

(p), 11-14.
Herman Prize for Peace

24-7
Hermitage Art Gallery, Moscow, Re-

opening of, 4.17; Proposed Sale of

Contents, 16.15.
Herr, E. M. (p)

10-24
Herrick, Myron T., Rumored Resigna-
tion

6-3
Herrin, Ill., Riots at

10-4
Herriot, Edouard, Report on Chequers

Conference, 1:11, 12; Conference with
MacDonald, 3-7; Attitude on Repara-
tions Conference, 5-7; Speech before

League of Nations, 11-6.
Hertz, John

1-24
Hester, W. V., Death of..

25-32
Hill, John Philip (p), Trial for Making

Cider, 14.4; 21-3.
Hines, General John Leonard (p),
Sketch of

9.4
Hogan, F. J. (p)

18-6
Hogg, Sir Douglas (p)

20-11
Hohenzollern, William (p), Opinion on

Gains and Losses of World War, 5-6;
Family of. 13.9; Interview by George

S. Viereck, 19.9.
Holland, Clifford Milburn, Death of. 19.31
Hollywood Bowl, Concerts in

6.14
Holmes, Oliver W., Reported Resigna-
tion from Supreme Court

20-16
Holt, Hamilton (p), Democratic Nom-

ination for Senator from Connecticut. 23-5
Holy Name Society. History of, 12-19;

Address of Coolidge to, 13-1; Meeting

in Washinton, 13-16.
Holy Year Jubilee Celebration

25-19
Honda, Centaro (p), Visit to President
Coolidge

3-16
Hoof and Mouth Disease. Investigation
of

6-24
Hoover, Herbert. Address before U. S.
Fisheries Association

11-4
Hoover, J. E.

26-3
Hopkins, Ernest M. (p)

5-16
Horse Racing, Defeat of Epinard 17.27
Horse Show, National

17-22
Hotchkiss, Maria H., School

3.18
Hotels, Chain

18-26
Houdini, Harry (p)

21-22
Houghton, Alanson B.. Opinion of

Economic Development of Germany,
11-10; Return from Germany. 11.1;
Statement

German Conditions,
16-10.
Houston, David F., Nominated for Presi.
dency

1-3
Howard, Sidney, Sketch of

17.14
Howard, Sir Esme, Denial of British

Infraction of Limitation of Armaments
Treaty

23-7
Howell, J. Morton, Statement on Egyp-
tian Politics

14.9
Huber, Max. Elected President of
Permanent Court

of International
Justice

11-6
Hubert, George Henry (p)

9.8
Hudson Bridge, Completion of

16-20
Hudson Channel

24-5
Hughes, Brian G., Death of

24-31
Hughes, Charles Evans, Elected Presi-

dent American Bar Association, 3-17;
Conference with English and French
Premiers, 4-8; Address before Ameri.
can Bar Association Meeting, 5.15:
(n), Arrival in England, 6-2; Speeches
of, 15.4, 16-4; As

a Campaigner,
20.6; (c), Statement of Friendship for

Japan, 26-2.
Hull, England, Statue of Pilgrims Un-
veiled at

IMMIGRATION
Results of New Law, 2-7; Protest of

Japanese People, 2-12; Smuggling of

Aliens, 9-5; Forged Passports, 11-5.
Inbreeding

1-21
Ince, Thomas H., Death of

22-32
Income Tax Returns

19-5
Indians, White

3-20
Inge. William Ralph (c), Sketch of. 21-18
Institute of International Law, Meeting

in Vienna, 9-16, 10-18.
Institute of International Politics, Ses.
sion of

4-20
Institute of Operatic Art, American Lay.
ing of Cornerstone

4-18
Institute of Politics, 4-20, 6-19, 7-18,

8-17.
Institute of Research in Tropical Amer.
ica, Work of

9.26
Insulin Pills

26-20
Intelligence Tests, 6-20, 15-18.
International Revenue Bureau, Investiga-
tion of

5.3
International Arms Parley

6.7
International Communist Congress

2-11
International Federation of League of

Nations Society, Eighth Assembly at
Lyons

2-8
International Federation of University
Women, Meeting of..

6-20
International Law Association, and Rep-
arations Plan

20-16
International Law, Institute of, Meeting
in Vienna

9-16
International Politics, Institute of, Ses.
sion of

4-20
Interscholastic Scholarship Cup

15-19
Interstate Commerce Commission, An-
nual Report of

24-2
Intravenous Therapy

2-24
lowa, Attack of Senator Brookhart on

Dawes, 15-3; Reelection of Senator

Brookhart, 20-5, 21-5.
Irvine, W. M. (p)

3-18
Ismet Pasha (p), 17-7; Resignation as
as Premier of Turkey

22-12

H

on

Jaggers, Rev. Charles, Death of

9.19
James, Walter B., Elected Life Trustee
of Columbia University

20-20
Janacek, Leos, Opera Jenufa Produced 24-15
Japanese Legal Commission to the U. S. 8-18
Jaurés, Jean, Removal of Ashes. 32.8
Jazz Opera

22.16
Jefferson, Sarah Antoinette Warren,
Death of

8-30
Jefferson, Thomas, Quoted on Ku Klux

Klan, 7.4; (p), 22-17.
Jellicoe, Viscount, Retirement of

25.10
Jeritza, Maria (p)

25-15
Jervey, Huger Wilkinson, Appointed

Dean of the Faculty of the School of
Law, Columbia

22-17
Jewish Holy Day, Celebration of

14-18
Jews, Passage of Anti-Semitic Law in

Turkey, 6-11; Message of President to 11-1
Johns Hopkins University, Opening of 14-16
Johnson. Hiram W.. Political Attitude

of, 13-3; (c), 13-3.
Johnson, Magnus, Campaign in Minne-
sota

18-4
Johnson, Walter, 12-28, 13-5; Retirement

of, 21-29.
Johnston, Harrison R. ()

5-21
Jones, Robert T. Wins National Amateur
Golf Championship

14-20
Jordan, David Starr (p), Awarded Her-
man Peace Prize

24-7
Journalism. as a Profession, 10-22; Reli-

gious, Deficit of Magazines, 11-20;

American Mercury on. 14.22.
Jubaland, Session from Great Britain to
Italy

4.10
JUGO-SLAVIA, See YPGO-SLAVIA
Juilliard Foundation, Conditions of Fel.
lowships

2-14
Juliana, Princess, Sketch of..

23-8
Jumel Burr, Madame (p)

2.16
Jusserand, J. I. (p), 17.9: Retirement of.
23-6; Lays Cornerstone for Law School

George Washington l'niversity,
26-18.

7.30
Humor, Sense of. Researches in

7-20
Hungarian Plays and Playwrights.. 8-16
Hurley. Edward N. Plan for Liquida:
tion of French War Debt

12-9
Hurndall, Major (p)

9.28
Hussein Ibn Ali, Abdication as King

of Hejaz, 15-10. 16-11.
Huston, Walter (p)

10-17
Huxley, Aldous (D). Opinions on Mod.

ern Music, 12-13; Sketch of, 15.14.

Hadley, Henry K., Elected to National
Academy of Arts and Letters

22-16
Haid, Leo, Death of

5-30
Haldeman, William Birch, Death and
Sketch of

19-5
Hale. Ruth (p),

8-5
Hamilton College, Opening of

13.16
Hammond, John Hays, Jr. (p), Con.

tracts for Radio in Italy: Sketch of... 4.22
Hanihara, Masanao, Defense of “grave
consequences" Note

6-13
Hanna, Mark A. (p),

21-3
Harbaugh, Thomas, Heath of

19.31
Harden. Maximilian, Opinion on Gains
and Losses of World War

5-6
Harding, Warren G., Review of Admin-
istration

19-2
Harding, Mrs. Warren G., Death and
Sketch of

22-2
Harkness, Edward S., Endowment for
School of Fine Arts at Yale

23.20
Harley, Chick (p)

22-22
Harriman National Bank, Criticism of
Philippine Legislation

11.5
Harris, W. J., Renomination for Sen-
ator from Georgia

12-6
Harrison, Pat. Temporary Chairman
Democratic National Convention

1-1
Harvard University, Criticism of Neg-

lect of George P. Baker, 14-16; Pro.

posed New Dormitories for, 20-20.
Hassam, Childe (p)

21-16
Hastings, Sir Patrick (c)

16.6
Haughton, Percy D., Death and Sketch
of

18-22
Haves, Cardinal (p), Letter on Defense
Day

11-20
Hayes, Helen (p), 8.15; 26-14.
Hayes, Roland. Awarded Spingarn

Medal, 2-14: Concert Tour in Ger.
many, 11-13.

K
Kahn, Julius (p). Death and Sketch of 26-7
Kahn, O. H. (p)

8 12
Kaneko, K. (p)

17-11

at

on

FOREIGN AFFAIRS (Cont'd)
HUNGARY, International Loan, 1-14;

Financial Condition of, 6-13; Re-
port

Financial Reconstruction,
12-7; Proposed Treaty with Russia,
16-11; Suit over Karolyi Property,
21-10; Political Crisis in, 23.11;

Karolyi's Treason Confirmed, 26-12.
INDIA, Political Conditions in.

19.8
IRISH FREE STATE, Appointment of

Minister to the U. s., 1-10; Release
of Eamon de Valera, 4.10, 8-9;
Boundary Controversy, 6-8, 13-8;
Boundary Bill, 14-8, 15-8, 16-8;
Boundary Commission, 18-10; Con.
troversy in Registration of Treaty
with League of Nations, 26.9. See
also BRITISH COMMONWEALTH OF

XATIONS.
ITALY, Matteotti Murder. 1.12, 2-10,
8-10,

9.9; Cabinet Resignations,
1-13; Cabinet. New Appointments
in, 2-10; Cession of Jubaland to,
4-10; Letter of Mussolini Against
the Opposition, 6-11; Meeting of
Council of Ministers, 6-11; Failure
of Wheat Crop, 6-12; Speech of
Mussolini in Defense of His Pol.
icies, 7-9: Founding of Italian Na-
tional Centre Party, 8-10; New Con-
stitution for Sardinia, 11-10; Visit
of Crown Prince Umberto to Latin.
America, 11-12, 13-10; Assassination
of Armando Casalini, 12-10; Arbi-
tration Treaty with Switzerland,
13-10; Repayment of Bonds in the
U. S., 13-10; Resignation of
Caetani as American Ambassador,
13.10; Treaty of Arbitration with
Switzerland, 13-10; Wolves in,
13-10; Opposition Seats in Parlia-
ment, 14-11; Cancellation of Titles
of Nobility, 18-10; Dissolution of
Fascist National Militia, 19.10:
Meeting of Parliament without
Opposition, 21-9; Meeting of Fascist
and Socialist Opposition Deputies,
21.9; Challenge of Mussolini by Pep.
pino Garibaldi, 21-10; Speech of
Carlo Delcroix in Chamber of Dep.
uties, 22-9; Debate of Mussolini's
Policies in Chamber of Deputies,
22.9; Vote of Confidence in Musso-
lini, 22-10, 24-11; Insurrection in
Tripoli. 23-7: Declaration of Musso-

lini to Modify Electoral Law, 26-11.
JAPAN. Reply to Hughes' Note on Ex-

clusion, 1-14; Sakhalin, Japanese
Desire to Obtain, 1-14; Chinese Pol-
icy. 2-12; Imperial Diet Meets, 2-12;
Policy Toward United States, 2-12:
Russian Policy. 2-12; Passage of
Tariff

Bill,

4.13; Opposition to
American Loan, 5-10; Presentation
of Site for American School, 5-11;
Resignation of Ambassador Woods,
6-2; Defense of Hanihara of "grave
consequences" Note, 6-13; Confer.
ence with Russia, 7-10; Estimate of
Earthquake Casualties, 7-10; Earth.
quakes in, 8-11, 13-10; National
Drill Day, 9.11: Treaty with Mex-
ico, 16-11; III Feeling over Immi-
gration Laws, 17.11: Fire in Tokyo,
19-10; Objection to Action on Opium
by League of Nations, 21-6; Honor
to Suicide

Protest Against
American Immigration Bill, 21-11:
Trial of would be Assassin of
Crown Prince, 21-11; T. Mutsudaira
Appointed American Ambassador,

26-12.
MEXICO, Departure of British Rep.

resentative. 1.15; Presidential Elec-
tions. 1-15. 2-13, 3-12; Suspension
of Debt Agreement, 2-13; Evans,
Rosalie, Murder of 6-13, 7-11, 18-
12, 21-11; Foreign Tour of General
Calles, 7.11: Plague of Grasshoppers
in. 9.11; Meeting of General Claims
Commission, 10-13; Visit of Ameri-
can Exporters to, 10-24; Treaty with
Japan. 16-11; Church and the
Civil Law, 16-18; Statement on Oil
Controversy. 17-11; Withdrawal of
Consular Officers from Great Brit.
ain, 18-12; Statement of President
Elect Calles on Policies, 19-11; In-
auguration of President Calles, 23 -

12.
MONTENEGRO, Appeal for Inde-
pendence

12-11
Morocco, Spanish Campaign in, 8-11,

9.9, 11-9, 12-9; Evacuation by Span.

ish Troops, 23-7. See also SPAIN.
NETHERLANDS, Visit

of Queen of
Sweden, 1.13; Sketch of

Juliana, 23-8.
NICARAGUA, Elections in,

War

FOREIGN AFFAIRS (Cont'd)

to Form New Cabinet, 5-9; Proposed
Reduction of Army, 17-10; Strength
of Armies, 18-11; Birthday of
Crown Prince, 20-9; Reappointment
of Pashitch as Premier, 20-10; Na-
tionalization of Universities, Result

of, 24.11.
FOREIGN RELATIONS, UNITED STATES
Arbitration Treaty with Sweden, 1-13;

Reply of Japan on Hughes' Note on
Exclusion, 1-14; Departure of Amer-
ican Troops from Dominican Repub-
lic, 1.15; American Occupation of
Haiti, 1-15, 2-8; Rumanian Goy.
ernment and American Capital, 3-11;
American Demands for Imbrie Mur.
der, 5-10; American Goods and the
New Japanese Tariff, 5-11; Japanese
Objection to Jacob Gould Schurman
as Ambassador, 5-11; Resignation of
C. W. Woods as Japanese Ambas.
sador, 6-2; Rumored Resignation of
Ambassador Herrick, 6-3; Appoint-
ment of Edgar Addison Bancroft, Am-
bassador to Japan, 10.4; Appointment
of James Rockwell Sheffield, Ambas-
sador to Mexico, 10-4; Treaties with
Denmark, Great Britain, Norway,
Germany, Italy, Panama, Sweden
and Netherlands on Liquor Enforce-
ment, 10-4; Proposed Treaty with
Palestine, 11-11; New Ambassador
from Japan, 11-12; Hurley Plan of
Liquidation of War Debt, 12.9; Pro-
posed Repayment of Italian Bonds,
13-10; Emile Daeschner Appointed
American Ambassador, 17.9; Claims
against
Germany,

18-7; Foreign
Loans, 19-24; Persian Payment for
Imbrie Murder. 21-2; Proposed Re-
funding of Polish Debt, 21-2; Fare.
well Address of Italian Ambassador,
21-9; Discussion of French

War
Debt, 24.10; New Greek Minister to
U. S., 25-2; Isle of Pines Treaty,
25-4; Payment of Foreign

Debts, 26-2.
Forest Fires

4.1
Forgan, James Berwick (p), Death and
Sketch of

19-24
Fosdick, Harry Emerson, and Presby.

terian Pulpit, 9-18, 15-19; Resigna.
tion of, 18-17; 19.17; (p), 20-17; 21-20.
Foster, William Z., Speech at Omaha.... 10-3
Foxcroft School

12-18
France, Anatole, Death and Sketch of.. 16-13
Franchise, Utilization of

16-5
Franklin Institute, Celebration of 100th
Anniversary

13-18
Franklin, Mrs. L. J., Dean of Women
at Boston University

25-19
Frazier, L. J.. Repudiated by Republican
Senate Leaders

22-3
Freight Car Loadings, 8-24, 11-24, 16-27,

18-26.
Freight Rates

4-3
French Academy, Progress of Diction.

ary, 12-9; Election of New Members,

23-8; History of, 23.8.
Freud, Sigmund (c), Sketch of. 17-20
Frietchie, Barbara (p)

14-15
Friedman. Isaac, Funeral of..

25-18
Frost, Robert, 16-17; Resignation

FOREIGN AFFAIRS (Cont'd)
NORTHERN IRELAND, Arrest of Eamon

on

as

5-11

from Amherst Faculty, 20-22.
Fuel from Water Power

7.30
Furman University. Institute of Politics 5.17
Furtwaengler, Wilhelm, Conductor of
Philharmonic Society

6-14

de Valera, 18.9. See also Irish
FREE STATE; BRITISH COMMON

WEALTH OF NATIONS.
NORWAY, Defeat of Anti-Prohibition

Bill, 5-9; Election Results, 18-11;
Change of Name of Christiania to

Oslo, 21.9.
PALESTINE, Report of Sir Herbert

Samuel, 5.8; Proposed American
Treaty with, 11-11; Reported Resig.
nation of Sir Herbert L. Samuel,

23-8.
PERSIA, Oil in, 4.12; Assassination of

Major Imbrie, 4-12, 5-10, 6-11,
15-11, 20-10; Criticism of Irak-

Britain Treaty, 13-7.
PERU, Naval Preparations in, 13-11;

Celebration of Independence Day,

27.11.
POLAND, Strike Against Ten-Hour

Working Day, 6-11; Recall of Soviet
Minister, 9.10: Attempted Assassina-
tion of President, 11.10; Proposed

Refunding of American Debt, 21-2.
PORTUGAL, Activities of Alvaro de

Castro, 2-10; New Cabinet, 2-11;

Communist Revolt, 12-9.
RUMANIA, Control of Foreign Oil

Properties, 1-14; Financial Condi-
tions, 3.11; Visits of King and
Queen to France and England, 3-11;
Sketch of Queen Marie, 5-9; Failure

to Raise Foreign Loan, 8-11.
RUSSIA, Ashes of Late Czar and Fam-

ily, 1-15; Famine, Reports of, 1-15;
Report of Conditions by A. I.
Rykov, 2-11; Congress of Third In.
ternationale, 3.9; Anniversary of
Soviet Republics, 3-10; Deportation of
Students, 3-11; Unemployment in,
3-11; Attitude of Bolsheviki Toward
Gorky, 6-12; Conference with Japan,
7.10; Speech of Trotsky against
U. S., 7-10; Anglo-Soviet Treaty,
9-10; Divorce in, 9-10; Protest of
Grand Duke Cyril on Anglo-Rus-
sian Treaty, 9-10; Trial of General
Savinkov, 10-12; Food Conditions,
11.10; Grain Export Policy, Opposi-
tion to, 11-10; Floods on the Neva
River, 14.11; Protest against Allied
Interference in China, 14.11; Ex-
cerpts from Lenine's Will. 16-10;
Educational Conditions, 16-11; Pro-
posed Treaty with Hungary, 16-11;
Recognition by France, 17.9, 19.9;
Banishment of the Dowager Em.
press, 20-8; Anniversary of Soviet
Control. 20-9; Minister to Mexico,
20-9; Demand for Return of Rus-
sian Fleet from Tunis, 21-8; Grand
Duke Cyril Claims Right to Crown,
21-8; Treaty with Great Britain Re-
pudiated, 22-7; Accusations against
Trotsky by Zinoviev, 23-9; Reply to
British Abrogation of Treaties, 23-9;
Reduction of Army, 24.10; Banish-

of Trotsky. 25-13; Protest
against Magnetic Observation by U.

S. Vessel, 26-11.
SIAM, Visit of Prince to United

States, 15-12; American Visit of

Prince Sivavougse, 20-10.
SPAIN, Amnesty for Moroccan Dis.

aster, 2-11; Modification of Dicta.
torial Powers, 2-11; Campaign of
Morocco, 3.11. 8-11, 9.9, 11.9, 12-9,
14-10, 17-9; Amnesty for Miguel de
Unamuno, 4-10; Commercial Treaty
with Germany, 8-10; Imaginary
Comments by King on Political
Situation, 8-10; Telephones in, 10-24,
Rumored Fall of Primo de Rivera,
11-9; Attack on King Alfonso by

Ibanez, 16-9, 25.10.
SUDAN, Plans for Development of 4.9

See also BRITISH COMMONWEALTH

OF NATIONS; EGYPT.
Sweden, Arbitration Treaty with the

U. S., 1-13; Resignation of Cabinet,
17-10; Visit of King and Queen to
Denmark. 22-9; Illness of Premier

Branting, 25-13.
SWITZERLAND. Treaty of Arbitration
with Italy

13-10
TRIPOLI, Insurrection in

23-7
TUNIS, Political Troubles in

23.7
TURKESTAN, Floods in

9-10
TURKEY, Passage of Anti-Semitic Law,

6-11; Establishment of Monogamy.
7-10; Refusal of Mixed Commission
to Deport Greeks to Constantinople,
12-11; Position of Mosul, 13.7:
Statue of Kemal Pasha, 14-11; III-
ness of Ismet Pasha, 21-11; Resigna.
tion of Ismet Pasha as Premier,

22.12.
Yugo-SLAVIA, Resignation of Premier

Pashitch and Cabinet, 4.11; Attempt

ment

G
Galli Curci. Amelita (p)

19.16
Galsworthy. John (p), Sketch of.

19.12
Ganible, Robert Jackson, Death of,

13.30, 14-30.
Gardiner, Mrs. Jack, Death, and
Sketch of

4.17
Garibaldi. Peppino (p), Challenge to
Mussolini

21.10
Garibaldi. Ricciotti, Death of

4.31
Garvey. Marcus (p),

6-3
Gary. E. H. (n).

12-4
Gasoline, Prices of

18-26
Gaston, Lucy Page (p), Death and Sketch
of

9.5
Geddes, Sir Auckland, Address in Mem-
ory of Walter Hines Page

21-8
Geers, Edward F., Death of

11.32
Geikie, Sir Archibald, Death of

21-31
Gemier, Firmin (p), Invitation to Visit

United States. 9.3; American Visit,

Sketch of, 20-14, 21-13.
George, Lloyd, Attack on Labor Govern.

ment. 12-8; (p) 25-8.
George V., Portrait of, by Sims,

2.17
Georgetown University, William Lyons
Appointed President

16-16
Georgia, Rejection of Child Labor

Amendment, 2-7; Renomination of W.

J. Harris for Senator, 12-6.
Gergonie, Dr. Death of

20-18
Hurndall, Major (p)

INDEX

July-Dec., 1924)

4-20

Huxley, Thomas (p)
liylan, John F., Letter to President on

German Loan
Hymans, Paul, Proposed Triple Entente

7-1
21-6

to

I
Ibn Saud, War on Hejaz

15-10
Idaho, Campaign of Senator Borah.

18-4
l.legitimacy, Uniform Laws for.

25-17
imbrie, Robert W., Assassination of,

4-12; 5-10; 6-11; 15-1.
IMMIGRATION
Results of New Law, 2-7; Protest of

Japanese People, 2-12; Smuggling of

Aliens, 9-5; Forged Passports, 11-5.
Inbreeding

1-21
Ince, Thomas H., Death of

22-32
Income Tax Returns

19-5
Indians, White

3-20
Inge. William Ralph (c), Sketch of 21-18
Institute of International Law, Meeting

in Vienna, 9-16, 10-18.
Institute of International Politics, Ses-
sion of

4-20
Institute of Operatic Art, American Lay.
ing of Cornerstone

4-18
Institute of Politics, 4-20, 6-19, 7-18,

8-17.
Institute of Research in Tropical Amer.
ica, Work of

9-26
Insulin Pills

26-20
Intelligence Tests, 6-20, 15-18.
International Revenue Bureau, Investiga-
tion of

5-3
International Arms Parley

6-7
International Communist Congress

2-11
International Federation of League of

Nations Society, Eighth Assembly at
Lyons

2-8
International Federation of University
Women, Meeting of.

6-20
International Law Association, and Rep.
arations Plan

20-16
International Law, Institute of, Meeting
in Vienna

9-16
International Politics, Institute of, Ses.
sion of

4-20
Interscholastic Scholarship Cup

15-19
Interstate Commerce Commission, An-
nual Report of

24-2
Intravenous Therapy

2-24
lowa, Attack of Senator Brookhart on
Dawes, 15-3; Reelection of

Senator
Brookhart, 20-5, 21-5.
Irvine, W. M. (p)

3-18
Ismet Pasha (P), 17.7; Resignation as
as Premier of Turkey

22.12

20-11

[ocr errors]

Gibson, C. D. (p)

4-26

Haynes, Roy A. (p), Reply to Whole.
Gilbert, Clinton W., Estimate of Cam.

sale Druggists

14-5
paign Results, 10-1; Quoted on Hiram

Hays, Will H. (p)

.6-20
W. Johnson, 13-3,

Hazen, Charles Dow ner,

Elected
Gilbert. Seymour Parker, Jr., Assumes

National Academy of Arts and Let.
Direction of Reparations Plan, 17.7;

ters

22-16
(c), Appointed Agent-General of Rep.

Hearst, W. R. (p)

6-24
arations Commission, Sketch of, 11-7;

Hecht, Ben (p), Sketch of

26-15
(p), 19-6.

Heckscher, Anna A., Death of

8-30
Gillett, Frederick Huntington, Nomina-

Hetin, T. J. (p), Sketch of.

25-7
tion as Senator from Massachusetts,

Heilbroner, Louis, Death of

1-31
12-6; Record as Speaker of the House

Helium Gas, Conservation of

13-18
(c), 20-3.

Henderson, Paul (p)

18-30
Gillmore, Margalo (p)
15-15 Henson, H. H. (p)

3-6
Glands and the Perfect Man.

22-18 Herald Tribune, New Book Review,
Glass, Carter, Nominated for Presidency 1-4 13-24; Political Exlitorial in, 13-2.
Glynn, Martin H., Death of

25-32 Herdman, William Abbott, Death and
Goff, Mrs. Waldo Percy, Death of
1-31 Sketch of

5-19
-Gold, Synthetic. 5-19; Production and

Hergesheimer, Joseph, Sketch of, 2-17;
Export of, 13-22; from Mercury,

(p), 11-14.
21.17; Exports of, 24-26.

Herman Prize for Peace

24-7
Golden Book

26-23 Hermitage Art Gallery, Moscow, Re-
Golf, 1-26; 1-27; 5-21; 9.27; 10-27;

opening of, 4.17; Proposed Sale of
13-26; 14-20.

Contents, 16-15.
Gompers, Samuel, 2-5; Opinion on Gains

Herr, E. M. (p)

10-24
and Losses of World War, 5-6; Reply

Herrick, Myron T., Rumored Resigna-
to Plea for Labor Support of Davis,

tion

6-3
7-5; Political Advice to Labor, 16-5;

Herrin, IlI., Riots at

10-4
Comment on Election, 21-5; Death and

Herriot, Edouard, Report on Chequers
Sketch of, 25-6; Funeral of, 26-3.

Conference, 1-11, 12; Conference with
Goodyear-Zeppelin Company.

17-30 MacDonald, 3-7; Attitude on Repara-
Gordon, Anna A. (p)

21-5 tions Conference, 5-7; Speech before
Gore, Howard M. (p), Appointed Sec-

League of Nations, 11-6.
retary of Agriculture
22-2 Hertz, John

1-24
Gorilla, Characteristics of
13-18 Hester, W. V., Death of

25-32
Gorky, Maxim, Attitude toward, by

Hill, John Philip (p), Trial for Making
Bolsheviki

6-12 Cider, 14-4; 21-3.
Goucher College, Opening of

14-16 Hines, General John Leonard (p),
Gould Estate, Suits Against
16-20 Sketch of

9.4
Government Officials, Increased Salaries

Hogan, F. J. (p)

18-6
for

25-7

Hogg. Sir Douglas (p)
Governors' Conference

22.4 Hohenzollern, William (p), Opinion on
Governors, Sketches of

15-5 Gains and Losses of World War, 5-6;
Grain Elevators, Combination of Farmers

Family of, 13-9; Interview by George
to Conduct

5-25 S. Viereck, 19.9.
Grain Marketing Company

4.2 Holland, Clifford Milburn, Death of.... 19-31
Grand Army of the Republic, 58th Re-

Hollywood Bowl, Concerts in

6-14
union in Boston

8-5 Holmes, Oliver W.. Reported Resigna-
Grange, Harold (p)
17-22 tion from Supreme Court

20-16
Grant, Dr. Percy Stickney

22-28 Holt. Hamilton (p), Democratic Nom-
Grasshoppers, Plague of, in Mexico. 9.11 ination for Senator from Connecticut.. 23.5
Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Waterway.... 24-5 Holy Name Society, History of, 12-19;
Green, E. 11. R. (p), Development of

Address of Coolidge to, 13-1; Meeting
Radio, Sketch of

11-19 in Washinton, 13-16.
Green, William (p)
26-3 Holy Year Jubilee Celebration

25-19
Greene, William S., Death of

14-30 Honda, Centaro (p), Visit to President
Grey of Fallodon, Viscount, Retirement

Coolidge

3-16
from Leadership at House of Lords,

Hoof and Mouth Disease, Investigation
Sketch of, 9-8; Proposed Triple En.

of

6-24
tente

21-6

Hoover, Herbert, Address before U. S.
Gridiron Club, Dinner of

25-22
Fisheries Association

11-4
Grindell Matthews, Interview with. 8-15

Hoover, J. E.

26-3
Guiterman, Arthur, Sketch of
14-13

5-16

Hopkins, Ernest M. (p)
Gulf Waterway
24-5

17.27

Horse Racing, Defeat of Epinard
Guns, New Powerful

13-18
Horse Show, National

17-22
Gustav. Adolf (p). Crown Prince of

Hotchkiss, Maria H., School

3-18
Sweden

22.9
Hotels, Chain

18-26
Guthrie, William N.

22-28
Houdini, Harry (p)

21-22
Houghton, Alanson B.. Opinion of
H

Economic Development of Germany,
Hadley, Henry K., Elected to National

11-10; Return from Germany, 11.1;
Academy of Arts and Letters

22-16 Statement

German Conditions,
Haid, Leo, Death of

5-30 16-10.
Haldeman, William Birch, Death and

Houston, David F., Nominated for Presi.
Sketch of

19-5
dency

1-3
Hale, Ruth (p).

8-5
Floward, Sidney, Sketch of

17-14
Hamilton College, Opening of

13-16
Hammond, John Hays, Jr. (p), Con-

Howard, Sir Esme, Denial of British

Infraction of Limitation of Armaments
tracts for Radio in Italy: Sketch of 4-22

Treaty

23-7
Hanihara, Masanao, Defense of "grave

Howell, J. Morton, Statement on Egyp.
consequences" Note
6-13

14.9

tian Politics
Hanna. Mark A. (p),

21-3

Huber, Max,
19-31

Elected

of

President
Harbaugh, Thomas, Death of

Permanent

of

Court
Harden. Maximilian, Opinion on Gains

International

11-6
and Losses of World War

Justice
5-6

9.8

Hubert, George Henry (p)
Harding, Warren G., Review of Admin-
istration

19-2
Hudson Bridge, Completion of

16-20
Harding, Mrs. Warren G., Death and

Hudson Channel

24-5
Sketch of
22-2 Hughes, Brian G., Death of

24-31
Harkness, Edward S., Endowment for

Hughes, Charles Evans, Elected Presi.
School of Fine Arts at Yale

23:20 dent American Bar Association, 3-17:
Harley, Chick (p)

22-22 Conference with English and French
Harriman National Bank, Criticism of

Premiers, 4-8; Address before Ameri.
Philippine Legislation

11-5

can Bar Association Meeting. 5-15;
Harris. W. J., Renomination for Sen-

(p), Arrival in England, 6-2; Speeches
ator from Georgia

12-6

of, 15-4, 16:4; As Campaigner,
Harrison, Pat, Temporary Chairman

20-6; (c), Statement of Friendship for
Democratic National Convention

1-1

Japan, 26-2.
Harvard University, Criticism of Neg-

Hull, England, Statue of Pilgrims l'n-
lect of George P. Baker, 14-16; Pro.

veiled at

6-15
posed New Dormitories for, 20-20.

Human Race, Age of

7-30
Hassam, Childe (p)

21-16
Humor, Sense of, Researches in

7-20
Hastings, Sir Patrick (c)

16-6 Hungarian Plays and Playwrights. 8-16
Haughton, Percy D., Death and Sketch

Hurley, Edward N. Plan for Liquida.
of

18-22
tion of French War Debt

12.9
Hayes, Cardinal (p), Letter on Defense

on

J
Jaggers, Rev. Charles, Death of.

9-19
James, Walter B., Elected Life Trustee
of Columbia University

20-20
Janacek, Leos, Opera Jenufa Produced 24-15
Japanese Legal Commission to the U. S. 8-18
Jaurés, Jean, Removal of Ashes. 32-8
Jazz Opera

22.16
Jefferson, Sarah Antoinette Warren,
Death of

8-30
Jefferson, Thomas, Quoted on Ku Klux

Klan, 7-4; (p), 22-17.
Jellicoe, Viscount, Retirement of

25.10
Jeritza, Maria (p)

25-15
Jervey, Huger Wilkinson, Appointed

Dean of the Faculty of the School of
Law, Columbia

22-17
Jewish Holy Day, Celebration of

14-18
Jews, Passage of Anti-Semitic Law in

Turkey, 6-11; Message of President to 11.1
Johns Hopkins University, Opening of.... 14.16
Johnson, Hiram W., Political Attitude

of, 13-3; (c), 13-3.
Johnson, Magnus, Campaign in Minne.
sota

18-4
Johnson, Walter, 12-28, 13-5; Retirement

of, 21-29.
Johnston, Harrison R. (p)
Jones, Robert T. Wins National Amateur
Golf Championship

14-20
Jordan, David Starr (p), Awarded Her-
man Peace Prize

24-7
Journalism, as a Profession, 10-22; Reli-

gious, Deficit of Magazines, 11-20;

American Mercury on, 14-22.
Jubaland, Session from Great Britain to
Italy

4.10
JUGO-SLAVIA, See YC GO-SLAVIA
Juilliard Foundation, Conditions of Fel.

lowships
Tuliana, Princess, Sketch of.
Tumel-Burr. Madame (1)
Jusserand, J. J. (p), 17-9; Retirement of.
23-6; Lays Cornerstone for Law School

Washington University,
26-18.

5-21

a

2-14
23-8
2-16

at

George

9-28
Day

11-20 Hussein Ibn Ali, Abdication as King
Hayes, Helen (p), 8-15; 26-14.

of Hejaz, 15-10, 16-11.
Isayes. Roland. Awarded Spingarn

Huston, Walter (p)

10-17
Medal, 2-14; Concert Tour in Ger.

Huxley. Aldous (D), Opinions on Mod.
many. 11-13.

ern Music, 12-13; Sketch of, 15-14.

K
Kahn, Julius (p). Death and Sketch of
Kahn, O. H. (D)

8 12
Kaneko, K. (p)

17.11

26-7

INDEX

Vol. IV)

Dispute, 19-6; Consideration of
Opium Traffic, 21-6; Opium Ques.
tion, 22-7, 23-7; Action on Egyptian
Protest, 23.10; Meeting of Council
in Rome, 24-8, 25.9; Work of

Council in Geneva, 26-8.
Lecomte, Georges, Election to French
Academy

23-8
Leginska, Ethel

21-13
Legion, American, Convention of.

13-3
Leinert, President (p)

2-10
Lejeune, John Archer (p), Sketch of... 23-3
Leland Stanford University, School of
Business Administration

19.18
Lenine, A. I., Will of

16-10
Leo XIII, Removal of Body to St.
John Lateran

18-18
Leopold-Loeb Trial, 10-20, 11,21.

Kansas, Prosperity of, 11-24; William
Allen White, Candidate for Governor,
14-3, 17-5; Defeat of William Allen

White for Governor, 20-6.
Kansas City, Mo., Convocation of Ku
Klux Klan in

14-5
Kara-Georgeovitch, Peter, Crown Prince
of Yugo-Slavia (p)

20-9
Karakhan, L. M., Russian Ambassador to
to China

6-13
Karolyi, Countess Michael, Sketch of.... 18-11
Karolyi, Count Michael, Suit Against

Property in Hungary, 21-10; Conhrma-

tion of Treason, 26.12.
Karsavina, Thamar (p)

19-16
Kellogg, Frank B., Official Representa

tive at Premier's Conference, 1.9; Ad.

dress in Reparations Conference, 4-8.
Kemal Pasha, Mustapha, Statue of........ 14-11
Keneko, Kentaro, Viscount, Statenient

on American Immigration Laws. 17.11
Kent, Frank R., List of Tabooed Political
Questions

14-3
Kitchin, William Walton, Death of.... 21:31
Klemin, Alexander (p)

24-24
Knights of Columbus, Annual Conven-

tion of
Knollys, Viscount Francis

8-31
Koch, William F., Cancer Cure.

15-20
Kohlsaat, H. H., Death of

17-30
Kopetzky, Wilhelm, Death of

1.31
Koran

15-11
Kosher Meat, Litigation Concerning 22.18
Koussevitzky, Serge Alexandrovitch, Con-
ductor of Boston Symphony Orchestra,
10-16, 17.2, 19-16; Sketch of, 23-15.

lin

7-18

KU KLUX KLAN
Roman Catholic Attack on, 4-5; Abra.

ham Lincoln Quoted on, 7-4; Let.
ter of John W. Davis on, 7-4; Let.
ter of Robert M. La Follette on, 7.4;
Thomas Jefferson quoted on, 7.4;
General Dawes on, 9-3; Riots at
Herrin, Ill., 10.4; Attack of William
A. White Upon. 14-3; Convocation
at Kansas City, 14-5; Influence in
Election, 20-6; Protest

Against
Opera Librettos, 21.12.

A.,

at

as

M
MacDonald, Malcolm, Visit to the United

States, 12-7; (p), 15-18.
MacDonald, Ramsay, Invites U. S. to

Participate in Premier's Conference,
1.9; Confers on Dawes Plan, 1-9; Con-
ference with Herriot, 3-7; Address of
Welcome on Reparations Conference,
4-8; (c), Biography, of, 7-8; Speech
Before League of Nations, 11-6; Gift
of Biscuit Shares to, 12-7; Defense of
Anglo-Russian Treaty, 14-7; Resigna-

tion of, 20-7.
Macfadden, Bernarr

19-25
MacFarland, C. S. (p).

23-22
MacGregor, Donald, on Distribution of
Campaign Expenses

12.2
MacMillan, Donald B., Return of, from

Arctic Region, (p), 10-20; 13-18.
MacMurray, John Van A., Appointed
Assistant Secretary of State..

22-1
Macaroni, Imports of

6-27
Machado, Gerado, Elected President of
Cuba

19.11
Machen, J. Gresham, Removal from
Princeton Pulpit

4-19
Madden, Sir Charles E., Appointed Brit-
ish Admiral of the Fleet..

6-8
Madeira's, Miss, School

12-18
Maine, Elections in..

11-3
Malvy, L. (p).....

3.9
Marblehead Art Exhibition

7-17
Marconi, Guglielmo, and Radio Transmis-
sion

3-19
Marcosson, Isaac F., on Unemployment
in England

4.9
Margarine

10-25
Maria Feodorovna, Dowager Empress of

Russia (p), Banishment of, Sketch of, 20-8, 9
Mariani, Guiseppe, New Operas of 6-14
Marie, Queen of Rumania, Sketch of,

(c), 5.9; (p), 11-2.
Marquand, Allan, Death of

14-30
Mars, Observation of, 8-22; Alleged

Messages from, 9-19.
Marston, Max R. (p).

9-28
Martinelli, G. (p)...

25-16
Marvin, Charles F., Appointed Acting
Secretary of Agriculture.

18-5
Marx, William, Statement on Reparations

Conference, 3-8; Attitude on Premier's

Conierence, 5-9.
Masaryk, Jan (p).

4.11
Masaryk, Thomas G., Illness of, 21-10;

Memoirs of, 23-10.
Mascagni, Pietro (p), Proposed Visit to

America, 4-18; 7.12.
Masefeld, John (p).

23-13
Massachusetts, Nomination of Frederick

H. Gillett for Senator, 12-6; Defeat of
Child Labor Amendments, 20-5; Ap-
pointment of William M. Butler to the

U. S. Senate, 21-2.
Massachusetts General Hospital, Bene.
faction to

22-18
Massingham, Henry William, Death of.. 10-31
Masters School

12-17
Materialism, Scientific

7.30
Maternity and Infancy Act, Administra-
tion of

11-4
Matsudaira, J. (p), Appointed Japanese
Ambassador to U. S.

26-12
Matsaukata, Prince, Death of

2-31
Matteotti Murder, 3-11; 8-10; 9.9.
McAdoo, Malcolm R. (p), Statement

Supporting La Follette, 11-3; (p), Let-

ter from, 13-5.
McAdoo, William G. (p), Return from
Europe

13-5
See also PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN,

Democratic Campaign.
McCadden, Mary, Death of.

14-30
McCarl, John R.. Opinion Against

Women's Use of Maiden Name
Government Payrolls

8-5
McClintock, William Nelson, Death of 24-31
McKenna, Joseph, Reported Resignation
from Supreme Court

20-16
McMunn, George Fletcher, Reported Ap.

LETTERS, FROM
Babson, S. C., 24-28; Baldwin, Roger,

19-20; Blight, Reynold E., 22-30;
Brown, Art, 20-28; Butts, James E.,
19-20; Chadwick, Edward S., 23-30;
Connolly, Myles, 21-27; Day, Cope-

R., 20-28; Denslow, H. M.,
23-30; DuCloe, C. H., 23-30; Gilde.
meister, A. A., 21-27; Glass, R. J.,
25-30; Goler, G. W., 19-20; Green,
Neal J., 21-27; Hardwick, John,
22-30; Heffelfinger, F

Peavey,
23-30; Imislund, Clarence, 21-27
Jenkins, W. F., 19-20; Loughberry,
W. W., 24-28; MacFarland, Charles
S., 26-30; McCutcheon, Donald,
19-20; Martin, Jeanne, 22-30; Miller,
Robert E., 20-28; Moore, I. Foster,
21-27; Moran, Bruce, 21-27; Mott,
Ernest J., 22-30; Newcomer, Waldo,
19-20; Parker, K. E., 26-30; Ratz-
Jaff, C. J., 24-28; Riley, Lester
Leake, 21-27; Robinson, Charles F.,
23-30; Sinclair, l'pton, 19-20; Stolpe,
J., 25-30; Strebig, J. E., 26-30;
Swayne, M. M., 23-30; Sweet, Wm.
E., 24-28; Swem, E. G..

26-30;
Swink, R.

23-30;

Wagner,
Philip M., 22-30; Wheat, Carl I.,
19-20; Wolfsohn Musical Bureau,
Inc., 20-28; Workman, M. A., 19-20;

Zirato, Bruno, 20-28.
Lewis, Ed. (p).

2-28
Lewis, William M. (p)

26-18
Leyden, University of, American Guests

3-18
Libbey, Laura Jean, Death and Sketch
of

18-14
Libby, Frederick J., Letter from Presi.

dent on Defense Day, 5.1, 4.
Library Association, American, Meet
ing of

2.19
Library of Congress, Proposed Gift of

Auditorium by Mrs. F. S. Coolidge.... 24.16
Liddell, Eric

9-19
Liger, Hybrid Animal

1-20
Light, Cold, 2-20; Speed of, Measuring,

13-18.
Lightning. Experiments with.

13-18
Lincoln, Abraham (p), Quoted on Ku.
Klux Klan

7.4
Lincoln, Joseph C., Sketch of

19-13
Lipton. Sir Thomas (c), Challenger for
American Cup

18-24
Literary Digest. Straw Ballot of

13-24
Little, Edward C., Death of

1-31
Liverpool, Cathedral in, 2-19, 4-19.
Liting Age

11-22
Livy, Reported Discovery of New Books
of

11-18
Lodge, Henry Cabot (p), Sketch of,

20.4; Death of, 20-32.
Loeb. Albert H., Death of

19.31
Loeffler, Charles Martin, Symphonic
Poem

20-15
Loening, Grover C., Completion of Am.
phibious Air Plane

5-24
Logue, Cardinal Michael (p), Death and
Sketch of

L
Labor, American Federation of, Attitude

Toward Political Parties, 6-5; Con-

vention at El Paso, 22-4.
Labor Banks

4-7
Labor, Hours of on Railroads

24-22
Ladd, E. F., Repudiated by Republican
Senate Leaders

22-3
Lafayette, l'nveiling of Statue at Balti-
more

11-1
La Follette, Belle Case, Campaign

Orator, 15.4; Sketch of, 5-5.
La Follette, Fola (p)

5-5
La Follette, Robert M., Nomination by

Conference for Progressive Political
Action, 2-4; Endorsed for President
by Socialists, 2-5; Endorsement of,
3-4; Strength in Northwestern States,
4-1; Attack on Tariff Investigation of
Sugar Costs, 6-2; Letter on Ku Klux
Klan, 7-4; Labor Day Speech by Radio,
9-3; Labor Day Speech, 10-3; Address
in New York, 13-2; Attack on Califor-
nia Courts, 14-2; Campaign Speeches,
15-3, 16-8; Charges of Corrupt Election
Funds, 17-3; Repudiated by Republican

Senate Leaders, 22-3.
La Follette, Robert M., Jr.

5-5
Lake, Simon (p)

2-20
Lamme, Benjamin G., Death of

3-18
Lascelles, Viscountess (Princess Mary),
Birth of Son to

9-8
Laszlo, Philip A. de. Portraits by

7.17
Laurentic, Recovery of Gold from

1.20
Law

Enforcement, Courses in, in Boston
University

pointed British High Commissioner of
Palestine

23-8
Mecca, Capture of

17-10
Mechanical Engineers, American Society
of, Meeting

24-24
Medical Center in New York,

15-20
Medical Education in the United States.. 8-19
Medicines, Seizure Under Pure Food and
Drugs Act

6.3
Meeker, Ezra

15-24
Meiklejohn. Alexander (p), Proposed
New College for.

11-18
Melba, Nellie, Farewell Appearance and
Sketch of

4.18
Mellon, A. W., Report for Fiscal Year,

2-6); Conferences with Ramsay Mac.
Donald on Reparations, 5-7; Arrival in
England, 6-2; Visit to Paris, 9.4; Re.
turn from Europe, 11.1; Annual Re-

port, 24.1.
Memory Contest in New York,

10-15
Mencken, H. L. (p), on American Jour.
nalism

14.22

22.18
London, Lord Mayor's Show

21-7
Long, Viscount, Death of

14-30
Lord, Herbert Mayhew (p)

2-6
Lord. Pauline (p)

23-14
Lord's Acre

9.17
Los Angeles, Black Pneumonia in 20-18
"Lotta" (Charlotte M. Crabtree), Death
of

14.30
Louisiana, Nomination of J. E. Ransdell

as Senator, 12-6; La Follette Electors

Barred from Ballot, 15 3.
Love, Thomas B. (p), Resignation as Na-

tional Committeeman from Texas. 10-5
Lowell. A. Lawrence (p).

23-20
Ludendorff. Eric von, Opposition to Aus-

trian Visit, 5.9; (p), Quarrel with

Crown Prince, 21-9.
Luis Fernando Maria, Prince, Expelled
from France

16-9
Lutheran Churches, Proposed Union of.. 18-17
Lyme, Conn., Artists in

7.17
Lyons, William, President of Georgetown
University

16-16

14-17
Law Enforcement League, Appeal by to
President on Butler Removal

14-1
Law, Fees, Large

13-20
Law Schools

22-17
Law,
Women in

23-28
Lead, Tetraethyl, Deadly Effects of 19-18
LEAGUE OF NATIONS
Unveiling of Tablet to Woodrow Wil.

son, 2.8; Investigation of Poison
Gases by Committee, 9-22; Fifth As-
sembly at Geneva, 10-8, 13-7. 15-7;
Speech of Edouard Herriot Before,
11-6; Specch of Ramsay MacDonald
Before, 11-6; American Plan, 11-6,
15-7; Appeal to Montenegrin Inde.
pendence, 12-11; Permanent Disa-
armament Commission, 13-7; Benés
Plan for Arbitration and Disarma.
ment, 13-7, 14-7; Application of Ger-
many

for Membership to. 14-7;
Protocol to the Covenant, Analysis
of, 15-7; Anglo-Turkish Dispute, 17-7;
Adjournment of Council, 19.6; Greco-
Turkish Dispute, 19-6; Turko-British

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