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JULY 7, 1924, TO DECEMBER 29, 1924

(Nos. 1-26)

NOTE.-The figure first given refers to
the number of the issue; the second, to
the page.
(c) indicates a cover portrait.
(D) indicates a portrait in the text.

Amherst College, Opening of, 13-15; In.
auguration of George Daniel Olds as

President, 21-17.
Amundsen, Raold, Bankruptcy of, 11-19;

North Pole Flight, 1-24, 21-18.
Anæsthetic, New, "Sommifere".

5-18
Anderson, Andrew S., Death of.

7.30
Angell, James Rowland (p).

24-18
Angina Pectoris, Operation for

19-28
Anglican Church, Amendment to the

Prayer Book, 2-19; and Roman Catho-

lic Church, 1.20.
Anna Karenina, Opera by Robbiani....... 1-17
Antioch, Excavations in

15-17
Anti-Saloon League, and Results of the

Election, 20-6; Proposal for Prohibition

Enforcement, 23-6.
ARCHÆOLOGY
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
Arkansas, Child Labor Amendment,

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,
3-6, 10-5; Opposition to Defense
Day, 5.4; Result of Tests, 12-4;
Military
Authorities and

“What
Price Glory?" 14.6; Strength of,

23-3; Desertions from, 23-3.
Arnold, Roberta (p)

11.16
Asquith, H. H. (p), Defeat of

19-7
Asquith, Margot, as a Journalist, 7-9;

Biographical Articles by (p), 13-8.
Astor, Lady, Controversy over Picture
in House of Commons.

6-8
Atchison, Topeka and Sante Fe Railroad, 20-24
Atlanta, Meeting of Pan-American Com-

mercial Congress in, 15-12; Open-Air

Auditorium for, 8-12.
Atoms, Formation of Molecules by

7.20
Auto-Advertising

4-27
Automobiles, British, 12-24;

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

A
Abd-El Krim (p)

12-10
Academy, French, Progress of Dictionary,

12:9; Election of New Members, His-
tory of. 23-8.
Academy of Arts and Letters, National,
Election of New Members.

22-16
Adee, Alvey Augustus, Death of.

2-31
ADMINISTRATION
UNITED STATES. See CABINET; Cool-

IDGE, Calvin; FOREIGN RELATIONS,

UNITED STATES, Etc.
Advertising, Auto

4-27
Advertising Clubs of the World, Asso-
ciated, Meeting in London.

4.26
Advertising Convention, International,
Annual Meeting in London.

4-26
Acolian Hall, Sale of

8-18
AEROXACTICS
Oxford Expedition to North East Land,

1.24; British WorldFlight, 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,
9.31. 10-30, 11-31. 12-20, 13-30,
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,
17.27; Relative Standing of Air
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.
African Sleeping Sickness.

3-17
Agricultural Experts' Commission.

20-5
Agriculture, President's Plan for Relief
oi, 11-1; Vocational Conference on,

5-16.
Ahmad, Shah (p)

7-10
Albertini, Senator (p).

24.11
Alexandra, Queen Dowager, Celebration

of 80th Birthday
Alionso XIII (p), 8-10; Ibanez' Attack

on, Sketch of, Reign, 25-10 (c).
Ali, Elected King of Hejez, 15-10; Sketch

of, 16.11.
Aliens. Smuggling of....

9-5
4llen, 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

Murder of Sir Lee Stack (p),
22.11.
4llesandri, President of Chile, Arrest of, 11-12
American Association

of

University
Women, Meeting in Christiania.

5-16
American Bankers' Association, Meeting
in Chicago

15-26
American Board of Commissioners for
Foreign Missions, Report of.

18-18
American Chemical Society, Convention
of

12-20
American Farm Bureau Federation 25-6
American Historians, Congress of

1-20
American Institute of Operatic Art, Lay.
ing of Cornerstone

4-18
American Legion, Convention of, 13-3;

Plan for Endowment Fund of Five
Million Dollars, 22-1.
merican

Library Association, Meeting
of

Baruch, Bernard M. (p), Report of Visit
to Clemenceau

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Bachman, Jonathan, Death of.

14-30
Bacon, Elliott Cowdin, Death of

14-30
Bacon, Robert L., Re-election to the
House

20-6
Baekeland, Dr. Leo H. (c)

12-20
Bainter, Fay (p).

9.15
“Bakelite"

12-20
Baker, George F., Return from European

24-26.
Baker, George Pierce, Alleged Neglect of,

14.16; Director of Dramatic Depart-
ment of Yale School of Fine Arts,

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-
ister

20-7
Baldwin School

12-17
Balfour, A. J., (p).

25-18
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, Finances
of

4-25
Baltimore, Unveiling of Statue to La-
fayette

11.1
Bancroft, Edgar Addison (p), Appoint-

ment as Ambassador to Japan, and
Sketch of

10-4
Bank Failures

3-22,

5-2
Bankers' Trust Company, Report on
German National Wealth..

5-8
Banks, Unclaimed Deposits in

12-27
Bar Association, American, London Con.

vention, 3.16, 5.15, 6-18.
Barnes, Ernest W. (p), Lord Bishop of
Birmingham, Sketch of

2-19
merican

Mercury on Journalism. 14.22
merican Telephone and Telegraph Co... 17-26
merican Woolen Co., Passing of Divi-
dend

11-24
mericanists, Congress of..

1-20

5-8
Baseball, in Europe, 13-30, 21-29;

World Series, 14-20, 15-28, 16-24.
Bavaria, Water Power Plant in..

20-23
Bayreuth, Opera in, 5-14;

Wagner-
Festival, 6-14.
Beaux-Arts Architects, Award of Prizes, 4-17
Beck, J. M. (p), Suggested Changes in
Supreme Court

26-4
Beeswax, Portraits in.

3-13
Beet Sugar, English Subsidy on.

6-7
Beethoven Association Concert by.. 23-15
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
Besnard, Albert, Elected to French Acad-
emy

23-8
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
Bieg, Harry Kurt, Receives Prize of
Beaux-Arts Architects

4.17
Bingham, Hiram, Nomination by Repub-

licans for Governor of Connecticut,
12-6; Resignation from Faculty ot
Yale, 21-17; Nomination for Senate,
23-5; Election, 26-7.
Biography, Proposed American Diction.
ary of

25-24
Birth Control League, Opposition to in
Illinois

19-28
Birth Kate in Europe.

7-30
Blasco Ibanez, Vicente (p), Attack on
King Alfonso,

.16-9, 22-10, 25-10
Blease, Coleman L., Campaign for Nom-

ination to the Senate, 4.0; Nomination,

and Sketch of (p), 12-5.
Bliss, Tasker Howard, American Plan
for League of Nations.

11-6
Blood Pressure, Hign, and Heredity. 2-24
Blood Transfusion

19-26
Boat Racing at Henley-on-Tnames. 2-20
Bonaparte, Mrs. Ellen Channing, Death
of

1-31
Bondfield, Margaret, Opinions on Home-
making

11-8
Bond Issues

24-27

13-17
Barraud, Francis, Death of

10-31
Barrymore. Ethel (c)

19-1
Bartol, Henry E., Bequest of.

13.18

BOOKS, By
Abdullah, Achmed, 14-14; Anderson,

Sherwood, 25-15; Anonymous, Be-
hind the Scenes in Politics, 4-7;
Anonymous, Uncensored Recollec-
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,
Thomas, 12-14; Bronson, H. D.,
26.15; Buchan, John, 2-13, 11-15;
Burroughs, Edgar Rice, 5-12; Byrne,
Donn, 13-14; Cabell, James Branch,
21-15, 22-15; Canfield, Dorothy,
10-14; Cardozo, Benjamin N., 17.
17; Chester, George Randolph, 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-

Brookwood College

16-17
Brown, Bishop, Appeal from Heresy
Verdict

5.18
Brown, Fred H., Nominated for Presi-
dency

1-4
Brown, Izetta Jewell (p).

1-5
Brown, University, Opening of.

14-16
Browne, Mary K. (p), Women's Golf
Champion

11-28
Bruce. Sir David (p).

7-20
Brussels, Dedication of New University
Buildings

22-16
Bryan, Charles W., Nominated for Vice-

Presidency, 1.4, 3-3; Sketch of, 3-3;
Opposition to Defense Day, 5.4, 6:4;
Acceptance of Nomination to Vice-
Presidency, 8.4; Visit to Chicago, 15-2;

(p), 17-2; Speeches of, 18-2.
Bryan, William Jennings, Comparison of

Candidates by, 15-4; Comment on Cam-

paign Results (p), 20-2.
Bubonic Plague

20-18
Buchan, John, Sketch of

16-13
Buchanan, Sir George W. (p), Statement

on Russian Position, 16-10; Death of,

26-32.
Budget Message of President Coolidge.... 24.4
Budget, lnited States.

24-6
Buffalo, Offered by the Department of
the Interior

7-5
Building Shortage

20-25
Bull, William Tillinghast, Death of. 20-32

12-5
Burdick. Susie m., Experiences in Chi-
nese Civil War.

11-11
Bureau of War Risk Insurance, Termi-
nation of

11-4
Burnett, Frances Hodgson, Death of. 19-31
Bus Lines in the United States.

15-26
Bush House, London, Statues for

6-15
Bushey, Franklin C., Death of.

2-31
Business, Christmas

26-26
Butler, Smedley D., Appeal to President
Against Removal

14-1
Butler, William M., Attack on La Fol.

lette, 12-3; Appointed ('. S. Senator
from Massachusetts, Sketch of

21-2
Butte, G. C. (p).

17.5
Byrne, Brian Oswald Donn (p), Sketch
of

13-14
Byron, Lord, Denied Memorial Tablet in

Westminster Abbey, 4.19; (p), 10-27.

ing

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Canova, Antonio, Statue of Washington
by, Discovered

6-15
Caraway, T. H. (p)

6.6
Cardinals, American, Meeting of

14-18
Carpenters' Company, 200th Anniversary
of Founding

14.1
Carpentier, Georges, Defeat of, by Tun.
ney

5.20
Carnegie Hall, Reported Demolition of,

12-13, 13-12.
Carnegie, Mrs. Andrew (p).

9-18
Carrara, Italy, Monument to Shelley. 5-15
Caruso, Enrico (p).

15-13
Carver, George Washington (p), Sketch
of

22:24
Casalini, Armando, Assassination of 12.10
Castiglioni, Camillo, Bankruptcy of... 14.11
Castro, Cipriano, Death of

24.31
Catholic Art Association, Motion Picture
Depicting Life of the Virgin..

20.17
Caverly, John Richard (p), Opinion in
Leopold Loeb Trial

11-21
Cecil, Viscount, Awarded $25,000 from

Woodrow Wilson Foundation, Sketch
of

24-7
Cement, Portland, Anniversary of Mak-

17.26
Cézanne, Paul, Monument to, in Paris.... 1-17
Chaliapin, Feodor (p).

20-15
Chamber of Commerce of the l'nited

States, Recommendations to President
Coolidge

21.26
Chamberlain, Austen (p), Appointed Sec-
retary for Foreign Affairs

20-7
Chaplains, Army. Opposition to

26-19
Chapman, John Jay (p), Criticism of

1
Cardinal O'Connell

24-20
Chance, Frank, Death of.

13-31
Chang, Marshal (p)

10-13
Chautauqua Institution, Meeting and
Sketch of

6.20
Chemical Society, American, Convention

1
of

12.20
Chemotherapy

7.20
Chicago Art Institute, Exhibition of. 19.13
Chicago, Musicians Strike in, 9.13; Over-

crowding of Schools in, 11:18; Rules

for Public Schools, Teachers oí, 14-17.
Chicago Civic Opera Company, Plans of.. 7-13
Chicago l'niversity, Tests of Einstein
Theory at

6-21
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
Churchill, Winston (p), Declaration on

British Politics, 14-8; Appointed Chan.
cellor of the Exchequer, Sketch of,

20-7.
Cities, American, Debts of.

3-6
Claire, Ina (p).

14.14
Classics, Study of the..

14-17
Clay, Henry (p).

13-2
Cleghorn, Sarah, Sketch of

7-15
Clemenceau, Georges, Report of Visit by
B. M. Baruch

5-8
Clemens, Samuel L. (p), Autobiography
of

18-13

1
Clementel, M. (p), Speech on French
Budget

15.9
Clemson College, Strike in

18-16
Clergymen, 25 Most Influential.

26-19
Cleveland, Ohio, Smallpox in

1

C с
Cabell, James Branch, Sketch of

21.15
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.
Cadman, S. P. (p), Elected President of
Federal Council

24.16
Caetani, Gelasio, Statement on Matteotti

Murder, 3.11; Farewell Address

1

as

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; lowden-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 5:
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.
Booth, Evangeline (p)....

16-18
Booth, Lady Mary, Death of.

20-32
Booth, W. Bramwell (p), Visit to
America

16-18
Borah, William E. (p), Statement

Campaign Issues, 16-2; Campaign for
Re-election, 18-4; Speech Before Phila.

delphia Forum, 26-7.
Borglum, Gutzon (p).

14-11
Boris. King of Bulgaria (p); Search for
a Wife

26.12
Boston Art Club, Exhibit of Woodstock
Colony

19.13
Boston Symphony Orchestra

19-16
Boston to Key West Waterway.

24.5
Boston University, Courses in Law En.

forcement, 14-17; Mrs. L. J. Franklin
Installed Dean of Women, 25.19; De-

gree Awarded to Mrs. Coolidge, 25-17.
Bower. Sir Alfred (p), Lord Mayor of
London

21-7
Bowman, John Gabbert (p), Chancellor
of Pittsburgh University

20.20
Boy Scouts, Meeting at Wembley.

6.9
Bradford Academy

12.17
Brandegee, Frank B., Death of.

16-30
Brandeis, Susan, Sketch of

23-28
Branting, Hjalmar, Prime Minister of

Sweden, 17.10; Illness of, 25-13.
Bread, Price of

8-25
Breitscheid. Rudolph, Report on French
Feeling for Germany

2.9
Brent. Charles H. (p), on Opium Traffic,

22-7. 23.7.
Breton, Ruth

18.16
Brewster, Colonel P. H., Death of. 20-32
Brewster, Ralph O., Elected Governor
of Maine

11.3
Bridgman, Herbert L., Death of.

14.30
British Association for the Advancement
of Science, Meeting in Toronto

7.20
British Medical Association, Meeting of 5-17
Brookhart, Smith W., Attack on General

Dawes, 15-3: Re-election of, 20-5; Ot-
cial Count of Ballots, 21-5; Repudiated
by Republican Senate Leaders, 22-3.

4-21

1
Cobb, Frank 1. (p), Memorial to.

1-28
Coffee, Consumption of, and Crop Condi.
tions

6-27
Cohan, George M..

11-22
Cohen, Walter L., Suit to Oust as Col.
lector of New Orleans.

16-20
Coker, Mary Jane, Death of

2-31
Colds. Value of Treatment by Chlorin,

11-25, 23-27; Data on, 26-20.
Cole, Cornelius, Death of

20-32
College Debates

15-18
College Education, Monetary Value of.... 14.16
College Entrance Requirements.

19.17
College Trade Union

16-17
College of William and Mary

22-17
Colleges, Report of Dartmouth Seniors

on, 5-16; Unrest in, 26-18.
Collett. Glenna (p)
Collier, Lizzie Hudson, Death of

18.30 1
Color Telephony

10-19
Colorado, Nomination of Morrison Shaf-

roth as Senator.
Colt, Le Baron Bradford, Death of, 8-5, 9-4
Columbia Oxford Debates

15-18
Columbia University, Opening of. 14-16;

Life Trustees, 20.20; Huger W. Jer:
vey Appointed Dean of the Law
School

22.17
Commodity Prices in August

11:34
Commonweal, The, New Catholic Journal, 21
Communist Congress, International 2

תס

Italian Ambassador, 21.10.
Caillaux, Joseph, Amnesty for

22-8
Cain (p)

17.16
Cain's Wife

17.16
Califate, Succession to

15.11
California, Political Situation in

13-3
California, l'niversity 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.
Calmette, Albert (p), New Vaccine for
Tuberculosis

1.21
Cambridge University, Summer Schools
at

5.16
Campaign Expenses, Distribution of 12-2
Campbell, J. E.. Death of

26-32
Campbell, Mrs. Patrick (p).

19.15
Cancer, Reported Cure of. 15.20; in

Certain Races, 22-18.

6-28

12.6

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Degoutte, General (p)...

15-10

Delaware, Nomination of General T.

Coleman Du Pont as Senator.

10-4

Delcroix, Carlo, Speech in Italian Cham-

ber of Deputies.

22.9

Dal Monte, Toti, Debut in Opera. 24-13

Democratic National Convention, See

PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN,

De Pachmann, Vladimir.

17-12

De Pauw University, Lemuel H. Mur.

lin Chosen President

14-16

Depew, Chauncey M. (c) (p), Sketch of 22-5

Deschanel, Paul (p)...

1-11

Detroit, Aircraft Industry in.

15-26

Detroit, Toledo and Ironton Railroad.. 18-26
De Valera, Eamon, Release of, from

Prison, 4-10; (p), Speech following Re.
lease from Prison, 8-9; Arrest of, in

Belfast, 18-9; Defeat of, 19-8.
Dial, Nathaniel B., Campaign for Nom-
ination to the Senate.

9-6

Disraeli, Lord (p).

19-8

Dockstader, Lew (George Alfred Clapp),

Death of

18-30

Doheny, Edward L. (p), and Campaign

Contributions, 1-23; Indictment of, 3.

0; Opening of Oil Case Against, in

Los Angeles (p), 18-6; (p), 24.16.

Donahey, Vic (p), Elected Governor of

Ohio

20-6

Donovan, William J., Appointed as As.

sistant Attorney General.

8.4

Douglas, William L., Death and Sketch

of

13-6

Doukhobors, Head of Sect.

20-17

Doumergue,

Pierre

Paul Gaston (p),

Sketch of

3.9

Doyle, A. Conan (p), Sketch of

16-12

Douglas, W. L. (p)..

13-6

Drain, James A. (P), Elected Command-

er of American Legion

13-4

Dramatic Critics and the Newspapers. 19-23

Drinkwater, John, Opera Libretto by. 11-13

Drummond, Sir James Eric (p)....

10-8

Duke, James Buchanan, Gift for Found-
ing College

24-18
Duke University, Proposed.

24.18

Duncan, Isadora (p).

18-16

Dunsany, Lord (p).

7-14

Du Pont, General T. Coleman, Nomina-

tion as Senator

10-4

Durand, W. C.......

12-24

National Monuments, 25-1; Ap.

proves Emergency Appropriation for

Tax Refunds, 26.1.

Coolidge, Calvin, Jr., Illness and Death

of, 2-1, 2-31, 3.1; Memorials to, 26-1.

Coolidge, Elizabeth's Sprague...

13-12

Coolidge Genealogy

21.5

Coolidge, Grace Goodhue, Degree of

LL.D. from Boston University

25-19

Coolidge Home Town Club,

6-1

Coolidge, John C., Visit to President. 5.1

Coolidge, Mrs. Frederick S., Proposed

Gift of Auditorium for Library of Con-

gress

24-16

Cooperative Marketing

4-2

Copper, African

15-27

Copper Production

8-25

Corn, Crop, July 1st, 3.20, 21-25; Prices,

5-2, 16-27; World Production, 4-3.

Cornell, Katherine (p).

18.15
Cortissoz, Royal, Elected to National
Academy of Arts and Letters

22-16

Cotton, Crop, Reports on, 2-22; Esti.

mates of Production, 16-27; Produc-

tion, 1923-1924, 4-23.

Coupal, James F., Appointed White

House Physician

1.1

Cournos, John (p).

1.16

Couzens, James, and Internal Revenue

Bureau

5-3

Cox, James M.

1.3

Cox, Palmer, Death, and Sketch of 5.13

Crab Fisheries

11-4

Crabtree, Charlotte M., Death of.

14-30

Crandall, Grace T., Experiences in Chi-

nese Civil War.

11.11

Craven, Frank (p).

22-13
Cretins

13-20

Crime, Psychology of, and Leopold-Loeb

Case

12-18

Cross, John Walter, Death of.

21-31

Cross-Word Puzzle Tournament, 13-16;

Championship Contest, 14-17.

Cummings, Edith (c)

8-28

Cummings, Homer s. (p).

1-3

Cummins, H. A. C., Departure of, from

Mexico

1-15

Cuneiform Tablet, Musical Notations on, 8-13

Curley, J. M. (p).

26-28

Currie, General Sir Arthur W., Opinion

on Gains and Losses of World War. 5-6

Curtis, Charles, Elected Republican Lead-

er in the Senate...

23-4

Curtiss, Glenn Hammond (c).

15-22, 25
Curzon, Marquess, in Conservative Eng.
lish Cabinet

20.7
Cusack, Thomas, Sketch of.

14-27

Cyril, Grand Duke, Protest on Anglo-

Russian Treaty

9.10

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Communists, Elimination from Progress-

ive Convention, 2.5; in the Reichstag,

2.10; Fifth Congress of Third Inter.

nationale, 3-9; Expulsion from France,

24.10.

Compass, Improved

2-20

14

Copierence of Senior Circuit Judges,

Recommendations for Prohibition En.

3.

forcement

23-6

CONGRESS, UNITED STATES

Complexion of House and Senate in

o9th Congress, 5-3; Probable Com.

position of

Senate,

Special

Housing Committee on Duplication

of Bonds, 13-4; Investigation of Bu.

12

reau of Internal Revenue, 13.4; Can-

didates for United States Senate, 16.

24

4; Last Session of 68th, 20-3; Newly.

Elected Senators, 20-4; House and

20

Senate Alignment, 20-4; Member

11

ship. 21-2; Leadership of, 22-3; Re-

pudiation of Insurgent Senators, 22-

3. 23.4; Program of, 22-3; Open-

ing of Last Session of 68th, 23-4;

2

Vacancies in the Senate, 23-5; Pres.

17

ident's Message, 24-3; Senate Com-

mittee Elections, 24-3; Discussion of

Muscle Shoals Bill, 24.4: $110,000,-

000 Naval Bill Passes Senate, 25-2;

Senate Ratifies Liquor Treaties with

Canada, Panama, Netherlands and

21

France, 25-2; Postal Pay Bill, 25-5;

Muscle Shoals Bill, 25-5; Resolution
for Conference of "White" Nations,

20-2.
Congress of Parents and Teachers, Na-
tonal, Meeting of.

2-18

Connecticut, Hiram Bingham Nominated

by Republicans for Governor, 12-6;

Nomination of Hamilton Holt for Sen-

ator, 2.3-5; Nomination of Hiram Bing.

ham for Senate, 23-5; Election, 26-7.

Conrad, Joseph Sketch of, and Books

by. 6-17; Death of, 6-32.
Constitution, Plans to Save..

24-6

Contemporary Art Society, Exhibition. 3-13

Continental Congress, Anniversary of
First Meeting

14-1

7

Conwell, Russell H., Lecture, Acres of

Diamonds

13-17

COOLIDGE, CALVIN

Attitude on Dawes Plan, 1-9; Appoints

Board of Tax Appeals, 2-1; Speaks

Before Budget Conference, 2-6; Let.

ter to Frederick J. Libby on National

Defense Day, 5.1, 5.4; Attitude on

Postal Pay Increases, 6-1; Message

to l'. S, Olympic Team, 6-1; Letter

3-

to Charles B. Warren, 7-1; Resents

Discrimination against Negroes, 7-6;

21

Acceptance of Nomination, 8-1; Let

ter to John A. Stewart on 65th An-

niversary of Latter's Marriage, 8.1;

Trip to Vermont, 8-1, 9-1; Attitude

on Elevation of Naval Guns, 10-1;

Address to National Fraternal Con.
gress, 10.1; Address to Labor Lead.

on Labor Day, 10-3; Annuls

Arms Embargo to Cuba, 11-1; Mes.

sage to Jews, 11.1; Message to Peo-

ple of Virgin Islands, 11-1; Unveil-

ing of Latayette Statue, 11-1; Plan

for Relief of Agriculture, 11-1; Re-

views Defense Day Parade, 12-1;

Address to Holy Name Society, 13.1;

Address Before Retail Druggists'

Convention, 14-1; at Anniversary of

Continental Congress, 14-1; Message

from Law Enforcement League, 14.

Attends Funeral of Robert W.

Imbrie, 15.1; Dedicates Monument

to Dead of First Division, 15-1; Let-

ter to American Mining Congress,

15.1; Attends World Series Game,

15-1; Speech to Washington Base.

hall Club, 15-1, 16-1; Letter to Amer-

ican Electric Railway Association,

16-1; Receives Minister trom Irish

Free State, 16-1; Receives Delega.

tion of Actors, 17-1; Receives Dr.

Exckner, 17-1; Greeting to Convention

of United Lutheran Church, 18-1;

Address on Near East Relief, 18-1;

Address Before U. S. Chamber of

Commerce, 18-1; Casting of Vote,

19.1; Review of Administration, 19.

3; Re-election of, 20-1; Thanksgiv.

ing Proclamation, 20-1; Disapproval

of Extra Session of Congress, 21-1;

Disapproval of Inauguration Ball,

21.1; Endorses Education Week, 21.

1; Address to National Conference

on Utilization of Forest Products,

22-1; Speeches Analyzed, 22-2; Sen.

atorial Breakfasts at White House,

23-1; Prophecy as to Presidency, 23.

1; Attends International Livestock

Exposition, 24-1; Message to Con-

gress, 24-3: Budget Message to Con.

gress, 24.4; Creates Five New Mid.

E

Earth, Sub-Structure of.

7-20
Earthquake, Japanese, Estimates of Cas-
ualties

7.10
Eberle, Admiral (p)..

23-2

Eckener, Hugo, Reception White

House, 17-1; (p), 17-28.

Economic and Social History of the

World War

20-22

Edge, W. E. (p).

23-4
Education, Association, National. Meet-

ing of, in Washington, 2-18; Conier.
ence, Triennial Imperial, 4-20; Med-
ical, in the U. S., 8-19; American,
Chinese Opinion of, 10-18; Higher, Ke.
sults of, 14-16; Proposed Compulsory
Law in Michigan, 16-17; Week, Cele-

bration of, 21.16.
Einstein, Albert (P), Reported to Have
Become Swiss Citizen

7.9

Einstein Theory, Tests of, at Chicago

University

6-21

Election Forecast by Mark Sullivan 17.4

Election Funds, Investigation Into 17.3

Election, National, See PRESIDENTIAL

CAMPAIGN AND ELECTION.

Elections, Betting on.....

15-3

Electoral College, Possible Failure of
Majority in

13-2
Eliot, Charles W., Opinion on Gains and

Losses of World War
Eliot, Mrs. Charles W., Death of.

4.31
Elizabeth Charlotte (p).

4.14
Elks, Benevolent and Protective Order
of, Convention

3-30
Ellis, Michael B.

16-1
Emery, Winefred, Death of.

4-31
Encyclopedia Britannica, Modern His
tory

15-17
English Martyrs, Elevation of

3.16
Entente, Triple. Proposed...

21.6
Eucharistic Congress of the Roman Cath.
olic Church

5.17
Europe, Birth Rate in.

7-30

Evans, Beth Sully Fairbanks, Death of.... 24-31

Evans, Rosalie, Murder of.. 6-13, 7:11

Everest, Mt., Failure of Attempt to

Climb

2-20

Expenditures, Government

2.6
Eye, Transplanting of.

16-22

5, 22-5.

Dawes, Henry M., Resignation as Comp-

troller of the Currency

24-6

Deaf and Dumb Political Clubs.

11.3
Dearborn Independent

4-26
Debt, Public

2-6
De Castro, Alvaro, Resigns as Premier
of Portugal

2-10

Defense Day, Catholic Observance of,

11-20; Controversy on, 6-5; Statement

of John J. Pershing on, 6-5; Mrs.

Clem L. Shaver on, 10-3.

F

Factory Production, Decline in
Fairchild, Charles Stebbins, Death of.
Faith Cures, Examination of.
Fall, Albert B., Indictment of
Fallon, William J., Acquittal of

1-23
22.32
13-20

3-6
7.19

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sary of

8-6

Faris, H. P. (p)

3-4
Farmers' Needs, Exposition of, by Gray
Silver

12-3
Farm Bureau Federation.

25-6
Farrar, Geraldine, Opera Tour by, 16-16;
Plans to Produce Carmen.

7-12
Fear in Children.

5-18
Federal Council of Churches of Christ

in America, History of, 23-21; Annual

Meeting, 24-16.
Federal Reserve Bank, Removal of. 14-26
Federal Reserve Banks, Dividends of.. 9-25
Federal Reserve System, 10th Anniver-

22-25
Federation of Labor, American, Endorse-

ment of La Follette, 8-4; and Intelli-
gence Tests, 6-20; Death of Samuel
Gompers, 25-6, 26-3; William Green

Elected President, 26-3.
Feng, Yu-hsiang (p), 13-11; (p), 18.12.
Ferdinand of Rumania (p).

3-12
Ferguson, J. E. (p).
Ferguson, Miriam A. Campaign and
Election as Governor in Texas, 8-6,
9-5, 20-5; Preparation for Inaugura-

tion, 23-6.
Fernald, Bert M., Elected Senator from
Maine

11-3
Ferris, Woodbridge N., Nominated for
Presidency

1-3
Ferry, Charles A., Death of.

6-32
Field, Sir Frederick (p).

2.9
Filene, Edward A., Address Before Ad.
vertising Convention

4-26
Finances, Government

2-6
Firpo, Luis (p).

5-2
Fisher, H. C. (p).

15-20
Fisheries Association, U. S. Convention
of

11-4
Fisk University, Endowment of

6-19
Flanımarion, Camille (p), Sketch of 6-16
Floods in Turkestan and Bokhara.

9.10
Florida, Carrying of Amendment Against

Inheritance Taxes, 20-6; Industrial De-
velopment, 26-26.
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
Football, 15-28, 16-24, 17-22, 18-22, 19.

28, 20-30, 21-28, 22-20, 23-23, 24-29;

Rules, Changes in, 13-27.
Forbes, Charles R., Date of Trial of. 13.4
Ford, E. D. (p).

4-25
Ford, Henry, Support of Prohibition En.

forcement, 5.4; Withdrawal of Muscle
Shoals Offer, 17-5.

FOREIGN AFFAIRS (Cont'd)

FOREIGN AFFAIRS (Cont'd)
Foreign Policy, 6.7; Sir Charles E.

Stack, 22-11; Prorogation of Parlia-

ment, 23-9; Protest of Government
Madden, Appointed Admiral of the
Fleet, 6-8; Repeal of McKenna Du-

to League of Nations, 23-9; Ahmed
Ziwar

Pasha
ties, 6-9; Boy Scouts, Meeting at

Appointed Premier,
Wembley, 6.9; Raising of German

23-9; Revolt of Sudanese Regiments,
23-10; Restatement

of British
Fleet at Scapa Flow, 6-21; Treaty
with Russia, 7-7; Women in the

Policy, 23-10; Acceptance of British
House of Lords, 8-8; Sudan Disturb-

Demand, 23-10; Execution of Egyp-

tian Officers, 24-11; Release of Sus-
ances, 8-8; Retirement of Viscount
Grey as Leader of House of Lords,

pects, 26-12.
9-8;
Anglo-Soviet
Treaty, 1.11,

FRANCE, Return of Occupied Ruhr
9-10; Trades Union Congress, 11-7;

Areas, 1-9; Results of Chequers Con-
Gift of Biscuit Shares to Ramsay

ference, 1-11, 12; Millerand, "Last
MacDonald, 12-7; Attack of Lloyd-

Will and Testament of Alexandre
George on Labor Government, 12-8;

Millerand," 1-11; Controversy over
General Election, 13-7, 16-6, 16-8,

Dawes Plan, 2-8; Political Defeats
17.7; Irish Boundary Controversy,

of Herriot, 2-9; Debate in Cham-
13-8; Defense by MacDonald of

ber on Amnesty Bill, 3-8; Amnesty
Anglo-Russian Treaty, 14-7; Irish

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

Welcome of Herriot from London
Boundary Bill in Parliament, 14-8;
Declaration of Winston Churchill on

Conference, 8-9; Approval of Lon-
Election Issues, 14-8; Platform of

don Negotiations, 9.7; Millerand,
Labor Party, 14-8; Anglo-Egyptian

Alexandre, Candidacy for Chamber
Conferences, 14-8, 15-8; Censure of

of Deputies, 9.9; Proposed Treaty of
Labor Government, 15-8; Party Is.

Commerce with

Germany. 10-10;
sues, 16-8; Issues of Election Cam-

Progress in Alsace-Lorraine, 10-11;
paign, 18-7; Parliament, Meeting of,

Receipts from Ruhr, 12-9; Hurley
18-9;
Parliament, Membership in

Plan for Liquidation of War Debt,
1923, 18-9; Result of Elections, 19-6;

12-9; German Loan, 12-9; Budget
Resignation of Labor Cabinet, 20-7;

and Taxation, 12-9, 15-9; Bomb Out-
New Conservative Cabinet, 20-7;

rages in Guadeloupe, 14-10; Storms in,
Election Campaign, Final Results of,

14-10; German Protest on Import
21-8; Labor Party, Manifesto Fol.

Tax, 14-10; German Trade Parley,
lowing Resignation of Cabinet, 21-7;

15.9; Economic Conditions, 15-9;
Liberal Party, Leaders of, 21-7;

Speech of President Doumergue in
Lord Mayor's Show, 21-6; New Cab.

the Gard, 16-9; Diplomatic Changes,
inet, 21-8; Russian Treaty Repudi-

17-9; Recognition of Soviet Govern-
ated, 22-7; Action on Assassination

ment, 17-9, 19.9; Religious Con-
of Sir Lee Stack, 22-10; Denial of

troversies in Alsace-Lorraine, 17-9;
Infraction of Limitation of Arma-

Manifesto of Millerand Against the
ments Treaty by Sir Esme Howard,

Government, 20-8; Marshals of,
23-7; Russian Reply_to Abrogation

22-8; Amnesty for Joseph Caillaux,
of Treaties, 23-9; Restatement of

22-8; Loan in United States, 22-8;
Egyptian Policy. 23-10; Anglo-Ger-

Political Unrest in Tunis, 23-7; Ar-
man Commercial Treaty, 24-8; Open-

rival of Soviet Embassy, 24-10; Dis.
ing of Parliament, 25-9; Attitude in

cussion of American War Debt,
French Dept., 25-8; Economic Policy,

24-10; 26-8, Expulsion of Commun.
26-8; Speech of Austin Chamberlain

ist, 24-10; Political Questions, _25.
in Parliament, 26.8.

11; Illness of Herriot, 25-11; Pas,
BULGARIA, Amnesty to Radoslavoff and

sage of Amnesty Bill, 26-10; Com.
Cabinet, 4-11; Proposed Wife for

munist Activities, 26.9.
Tsar, 26-12.

GERMANY, Consent to Resumption of
Cule. Arrest of President Allesandri,

Allied Military Control, 1-13;
11-12; Establishment of Military Di-

Reichstag Disorders, 1-13; French
rectory, 12-12; Naval Preparations

Feeling Toward, 2.9; Statement of
in, 13-11; Recall of Military At-

Marx Reparations Conference,
taches, 14.12.

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

Legislation in Bavaria, 4.10; Na
CANADA, Prohibition in, 4.10; Prohibi.
tion Victory in Ontario, 18-10;

tional Wealth of. 5-8; Attitude of
Treaty with Belgium, 18-10; Visit of

Chancellor Marx toward Premier's
Prince of Wales to, 14.10.

Conference, 5-9; Amount of Repara-

tions Paid, 6-10; Statement
CHINA, Chinese Eastern Railway, 1-15;

Former Leaders in the World War,
Resignation of Cabinet, 2-13; Ap.

6-11; Raising of Fleet

at Scapa
pointment of Wu Yen as Premier,
2-13; Jews in, 4-13; Russian Lega.

Flow, 6-21; Reparations Plan AC-

cepted by Delegates, 7.7; Economic
tion in, 3.12, 6-13; Floods and Fam-
ine in, 4.13, 8.11; Civil War and

Conditions, 7-9; Commercial Treaty

with Spain, 8-10; Dawes' Plan in
Leaders, 10-12, 11-11, 12-11, 12-12,
13.11.

the Reichstag, 9.7; Passage of Ex-
14.12, 15-12, 16-11, 17-10,

perts' Plan Legislation in Reichstag.
17.11: Entrance of General Feng
Into Pekin. 18-12; Resignation of

10.7; Proposed Treaty of Commerce

with France, 10.10: Evacuation of
President, 18-12; End of Hostilities,

the Ruhr. 11-7, 13-7; A. B. Hough-
18.12; Preparations for Peace, 19.

ton on German Economic Develop-
11; Banishment of P'u-yi. Emperor,

ment, 11-10; Payment of Ruhr
20-10; Appointment of New Cabinet,

Revenue to France, 12-9; Proposal
23-11; Tuan Chi-Jui Appointed Chief

for French Loan, 12-9; Family of
Executive, 23-11.

William II, 13-9; Allied Military
COLOMBIA, Air Mail in

12-12

Control Mission, Failure of Search
Cuba, Presidential Campaign in, 8-11,

for Arms in Germany, 13-10; Applica-
15-12; Annulment of Embargo on

tion to Membership in League of
Arms and Munitions, 11-1; Elections

Nations, 14-7; Saar Valley, Recom.
in, 19-11; Isle of Pines Treaty with

mendation to Governing Commis.
U, S., 25-4; Memorial to Roosevelt,

sion, 14-7; Protest on French Im
25-13.

port Tax. 14-10; Bonds, Collapse in,
CZECHO-SLOVAKIA, Reduction of Arma-

14-26; Cabinet Crisis, 15-9; Inter-
ments, 1-14; Strength of Army, 18.

national Loan, 15-10; Loan. 15-27.
11; Illness of President Masaryk,

17-26; Completion of $200,000,000
21-10; Parliamentary Boycott by

Loan, 16-6; Political Crisis, 16-10;
Minority Races, 23-10.

Success of Reparation Loan, 17.7;
DENMARK, Proposal to Abolish Army

Claims of U. S. Against, 18-7; Party
and Navy

9-10

Division in Elections, 18-10; Resig.
ECUADOR. F. 0. Ortiz becomes Ameri-

nation of Cabinet, 18-10; Beginning

of General Election, 19.10; Quarrel

9.11
can Minister

of Crown Prince and General
EGYPT, Attempted Assassination of

on

of

on

FOREIGN AFFAIRS

ABYSSINIA, Return of Ras Taffari........ 8-11
AFGHANISTAN, Murder of Italian En.
gineer

8-11
ALBANIA, Port of San Giovanni di

Medua Re-Named Wilson, 8-11; Po.

litical Troubles in, 25-12.
ARABIA, Uprising of Wahabites, 12-11.

See also HEJAZ.
ARGENTINA, Adherence to League of

Nations, 1-15; Banking and Cur.
rency Reform, 1-15; Visit of Italian
Crown Prince, 7.12; Increase of
Army and Navy, 13-11; Displeas-

ure with Papal Nuncio, 14.12.
AUSTRIA, Pan-German Celebration,

5.9; Opposition to Visit of Luden.
dorff, 5:9; Financial Condition of,
9-9; Bankruptcy of Camillo Castigli.
oni, 14-11; Resignation of Chancellor
Seipel, 20-10, 22-12; Railway Strike,
20-10, 21-10; Rudolf Ramek Ap.
pointed Chancellor, 22-12; Trial of
Attempted Assassin of Chancellor

Seipel, 24-11.
BELGIUM, Report

MacDonald
Theunis Conference

1-12
BOKHARA Floods in

9-10
BRAZIL, Revolt in Sao Paulo, 2-13,

3-12, 4.13, 5-11, 6-12, 9-11, 12-12;

Naval Developments in, 13-11.
BRITISH COMMONWEALTH OF NATIONS,

Traffic Bill, Amendment to, 1-10;
Parmoor, Lord, 1-10; Legitimacy Bill
Passed in Commons, 1.10; British
Labor Party, 1-10; Channel Tunnel,
1.11, 2.8; Local Option Bill, 3-7;
Statement of MacDonald to Com-

Paris Conference, 3-7;
Scotland, Public Schools in, 3.18:
Proposed Removal of Stone of Scone
to Scotland, 4-8; Government Defeat
on Unemployment Insurance Bill,
4-8; Ratification of Lausanne Treaty,
4-8; Unemployment, Article by Isaac
F. Marcosson, 4.9; Plans for Devel-
ment of Sudan,

von

on

Ludendorff, 21.9: Anti-Semitism,
Premier Zaghlul, 3-11; Visit of

24-8; General Elections, 24-9;
Zaghlul to London, 5-10; Attitude

Cabinet Crisis, 25-12, 26-10.
toward British Occupation of Sudan,
5-10; Mutiny of Egyptian Troops in

GREECE, Fall of Papanastasiou Cabinet,
Sudan, 8-8; Reported Revolution in,

4-11; New Cabinet, 5-9; Increase of
12:12; London Conference on Sudan,

Loan from League of Nations, 13.7;
14.8; Statement of J. Morton Howell

New Cabinet, 21-11.
Political Situation, 14-9; His
on

HEJAZ.

War
Religious

in, 15 10:
torical Statement of the Sudan

Abdication of Hussein. 16-11; Cap.
Issue. 14.9; Anglo-Egyptian Con-

ture of Mecca, 17-10. See also
ferences, 15-8; Return of Zaghlul,

ARABIA.
18.12: Resignation of Premier

HONDURAS, Revolt in, 6-13, 7-12, 11-12,
Zaghlul, 21.11; Assassination of Sir

12-12, 18-12: Landing of American
Lee Stack, 22-10: Satisfaction of

Marines in, 7-12; Murder of Ameri-
British Demands for Murder of

can and British Citizens. 9.11.

Review of
Grand Fleet by King George. 5-7;
Opening of Exhibition at Wembley,
5-%; Public Debt, 4-9; International
Arms Parley, 6-7; Subsidy on Beet
Sugar, 6-7; Government Plan on l'n.
employment, 6-7; Dominions and

mons

4-9;

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