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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

Kansas, Prosperity of, 11-24; William

Allen White, Candidate for Governor,
14.3, 17-5; Deieat 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
Karoiyi, Countess Michael, Sketch of..... 18-11
Karolyi, Count Michael, Suit Against

Property in Hungary, 21-10; Connrma.

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

19.16
Kellogg. Frank B., Official Representa

tive at Preniier's Conference, 1-9; Ad.

dress in Reparations Conference, 4-8.
Kemal Pasha. Mustapha, Statue of.. 14.11
Keneko, Kentaro, Viscount, Statement

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

7.18
Kucilys, Viscount Francis

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

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

17-30
Kopetzky, Wilhelm, Death of

1-31
Koran

15.11
Kosber Meat, Litigation Concerning 22-18
Koussevitzky, Serge Alexandrovitch, Con-

ductor of Boston Symphony Orchestra,
10.16, 17-2, 19-16; Sketch of, 23-15.

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,

4.7

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

Conference, 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.
Masefield, 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. Butier 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 l'. 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

more

L
Labor, American Federation of Attitude

Toward Political Parties, 6-5; Con.

vention at El Paso, 22-4.
Labor Banks
Labor, Hours of on Railroads

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

22-3
Lafayette. Unveiling of Statue at Balti-

11-1
La Follette, Belle Case, Campaign

Orator, 15-4; Sketch of, 5-5.
La Follette, Fola (p)

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

Conference for Progressive Political
Action, 2-4; Endorsed for President

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

Dispute, 19-6; Consideration of
Opium Traffic, 21-6; Opium Ques.
tion, 227, 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.
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-
lin 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-
laff. C. J., 24.28; Riley, Lester
Leake, 21-27; Robinson, Charles F..
23-30; Sinclair, Upton, 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. A.. 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, l'niversity of, American Guests
at

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.
Living Ane

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

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 l’nion of.. 18.17
Lyme, Conn., Artists in

7.17
Lyons, William, President of Georgetown
University

16-16

14-30
McCarl, John R.. Opinion Against

Women's Use of Maiden Name on
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.

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

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

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 Wils

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; Speech 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 Membersbip 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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Menken, S. S. (p).

18-11
Menocal, Maria Garcia, Nominated for

Cuban Presidency; Sketch of, 8.11.
Mercersburg Academy

3.18
Mercury, Gold from...

21-17
Merrill. Samuel, Death of..

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

2.11
Mestrovic, Ivan, Art Exhibit of..

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

22-16
Methodist Board of Foreign Missions,
Deficit of

1-20
Methodist Episcopal Church, and La Fol-

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

11-20
Metropolitan Museum of Art, Opening

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

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

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

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

2-26
Millerand, Alexandre, "Last Will and

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

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

5-12
Milwaukee, Musical Revival in

15-13
Minnesota, Political Situation in, Sena-

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

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

14-18
Mississippi Basin

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

23-23
Mohammed (p)

25.4
Molecules and Atoms.

7-20
Monaco, Application to Join League of
Nations

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

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

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

5-29
Moore, John Trotwood.

1.17
Morgan, E. F. (p).

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

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

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

1-17
Mudd, Sydney E., Death of

16-30
Muldoon, William (p).

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

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

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

14-16
Murray, Gilbert, Experiments in Thought
Transference

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

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

3-19
Musical Festival, International,
Prague

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

16-16
Musicians' Strike in Chicago

9.13
Mussolini, Benito, Statement on Matte-

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

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

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

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

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

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

20-5
Nepattek, Karl, Death of

14.30
Newman, Ernest, Visiting Guest Music
Critic

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

24-14
New York Times, Political Attitude of,

9-20; Criticism of Clem L. Shaver,

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

1-23
Nitrogen, Process of Fixing from the
Air

7-20
Nobel Prizes

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

16-6
North Carolina, Rejection of Child Laboi
Amendment

9-6
Northfield Conference

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

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

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

as

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

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

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

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

13-31
Ordnance, New Powerful.

13.18
Oregon, Repeal of State Income Tax

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

21-9
Oyster Fisheries

11-4

P
Pacific 231, Production of, in Chicago,

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

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

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

17.14
Panama Canal, Revenue from, 4-2;

Tenth Anniversary of Opening, 8-5;

Traffic Through, 22-2.
Panama Canal Tolls.

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

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

15-12
Pan-American Railroad.

2.13
Pan-American Scientific Congress,

1-20
Papini, Giovanni

2-18
Parc, National Albert.

13-18
Parmoor, Lord (p).

1-8
Pashitch, Nikola

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

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

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

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

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

4.15
Pedicabs

9.11
Pennell, Joseph, Anecdotes of

23-16
Pepper, George Wharton, Address Before

American Bar Association, 3.16; At.

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

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

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

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

12.14
Philadelphia, Overcrowding of Schools

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

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

waengler to Conduct, 6-14; Beginning

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

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

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

Women, Number of in United States,

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

23.8
Pictures in Newspapers

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

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

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O'Bannion. Dion, Death of

21.30
Obolensky, Prince, Recall

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Napoleon, Prince (p)..

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

22.16
National Academy of Design, Winter Ex-
hibit

21.16
National Association of Manufacturers,

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

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

2.18
National Council for Prevention of War,
Meeting of

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

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

19-17
National Monuments, New..

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

9.6

6.15
Pinchot, Gifford, Operation on

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

15.6
Pines, Isle of. Treaty,

25.4
Pitney. Mahlon, Death of.

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

9.19

9.11
Ocean, Greatest Depth of

19.18
Oceanographic Survey, Naval

11.19
Ochs, Adolph S. (c)

9-20
O'Higgins, Harvey. Sketch of

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

20-6
Oil, Cheaper

9.25

OIL INVESTIGATIONS
Indictment of Doheny. Sinclair and

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

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

Amendment of Federal Oil Conserva.

tion Board, 26-5.
Okapi, Hunting of

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

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

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

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

13.4

WADINTIN

D

INDEX

Vol. IV)

Pius XI, on Religion and Politics, 12-

19: Letter to Holy Name Society. 13-
16; Celebration of Holy Year, 25-19.
Pu-yi, Emperor of China, Banishment
of, Sketch of

20-10
Plagues, Deaths from

26-20

DEMOCRATIC CAMPAIGN, Bryan, C. W.,

Speech of Acceptance, 8-4; Speeches
of, 16-2, 18-2; Nominated for Vice-
President, 3-3; Convention, Na.
tional,

Balloting for Presidential
Nomination, 2-1; Davis, John W.,
Nominated for President, 3-2;
Speech of Acceptance, 7-1; Speeches
of, 9.1, 10-2, 11-2, 12-1, 13-1, 14-2,
16-2, 17-2, 182; McAdoo, Wm. G.,
Withdrawal as Candidate, 3-1; Nom-
inations for Presidency, 1-2, 3, 4;
Platform, 1-5; Plea for Labor Sup-
port to Davis, 7-5; Shaver, Clem L.,

Appointed Manager, 5.1.
Farmer-Labor Party, Candidates of.... 3-4
Final Speeches of Candidates.

19-1
Gilbert, 'Clinton W., on Results.

10-1
INDEPENDENT PROGRESSIVE CAMPAIGN,

Campaign_Committee, Organization
of, 5.1; Funds, Shortage of, 11-2;
La Follette, Robert M., Speeches of,
13-2, 16-2, 17-2, 18-2; Attack on
California Courts, 14-2: Electors
Barred in Louisiana, 15-3; Endorsed
for President by Socialists, 2-5; En-
dorsement by American Federation of
Labor, 8-4; Strength in Northwest.
ern States, 4-1; Protest Against Use
of “Progressive," 12-3; Result of
Election, 20-2; Wheeler, Burton K.,
Speeches of, 11-2, 13-2, 13-3, 14.2,

15-3.
Labor Federation, American, Attitude
of

6-5
Leaders and Issues of

4-1
National Independent Party, Candi-
dates of

3-4
Organization of

4.1
People's Progressive Party, Candidates
of

3-4
Popular Vote in the Election.

21-5
Procedure of

5-1
Prohibition Party, Candidates of

3. +
REPUBLICAN CAMPAIGN, Brookhart At-

tack on Dawes, 15-3; Coolidge Notifi.
cation of Nomination and Accept.
ance, 8-1; Coolidge Speech at Balti.
more, 11-1; Dawes, Charles G.. No.
tification and Acceptance, 9-2;
Dawes, Charles G., Speeches of, 9.3,
10-2, 12-2, 13-1, 14-2, 15-2, 16-12,
18-2; Hughes, Charles E., Speeches

of, 16-4; Results of Election, 20-1, 2.
Review of

19.4
Socialist Party, Candidates of,

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

3-4
Presidential Elections, Voters in..

5.4
Press Agents

1.28
Press Censorship in Brazil

4.26
Preston, Andrew W., Death of

14-30
Price Indices

9-24
Prices, Wholesale, of Commodities, 4-25;
of Commodities in August, 11-24;

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

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

15-16
PROHIBITION ENFORCEMENT
Henry Ford's Support of, 5.4; Report

of Association Against the Prohibi.
tion Amendment, 5-4; Twelve- Mile
Treaties with Foreign Countries,
10.4; Reply of Roy A. Haynes to
National Wholesale Druggists' Asso-
ciation, 14-5; Opposition of National
Wholesale Druggists to, 14-5; Appli.
cation of 18th Amendment to Philip.
pines, 14.4; Cost of, 18-6; 26-5;
Decision in Hill Case on Cider Man.
ufacture, 21-3; Proposal of Anti-Sa-
loon League, 23-6; Proposal of Con-
ference of Senior Circuit Judges,

23-6; Recommendations for, 23-6.
Protestant Calendar of Saints.
Providence, R. I., Benedict Monument
to Music in

15-13
Psychoanalysis, Books on

17-20
Puccini, Giacomo, Death and Sketch of, 23-15
Pulitzer, Joseph, Article on.

9-21
Pure Food and Drugs Act, Result of
Administration

6-3

PLAYS
Alloy, 19.15; Annie Dear, 20-13; Art-

ists and Models, 17-15; Ashes. 18-15;
Badges, 24-13; Best People, The, 9.
15; Bewitched, 15-15; Be Yourself,
11.16; Black Bandana, 1-18; Blind
Alleys, 22-13; Busybody, The, 15.15;
Bye, Bye, Barbara, 10-17; Chocolate
Dandies, 11-16; Close Harmony, 24-
13; Clubs Are Trumps, 17.15; Cock
o' the Roost, 17-15; Comedienne, 18.
15; Conscience, 12-16; Crime in the
Whistler Room, 16-14;

Dancing
Mothers, 8.15; Dawn, 23-14; Dear
Sir, 14-14; Desert Flower, 22-13;
Desire Under the Elms, 21-13; Dixie
to Broadway, 19-14; Dr. David's

Dad, 8-16; Dream Girl, The, 8-15;
1 Easy Mark, 10-17; Easy Street, 8.

15; Fake, The, 16-14; Far Cry, 15.
15; Farmer's Wife. 16-14; Fire
brand, The, 17-15; Follies, Fall Edi.
tion, 19.15: George White's Scan-
dals. 2-15; Grab Bag, 16-14; Great
Music, 15-15; Green Beetle, 11-17;
Greenwich Village Follies, 13-13;
Grounds for Divorce, 14-14; Guards.
man, The, 17-15; Harem. The, 24-
13; Hassan, 14-14; Haunted House,
11-16; Havoc, 11-15; Her Way Out.
1.19; High Stakes, 12-15; Hun.
garian, 8-16; In His Arms, 17.15;
Judy Drops In, 15-15; Lady, Be
Good, 24-14; Lazybones, 14-15; Lit-
tle Angel, 14-14; Little Clay Cart, 24.
13: Madame Pompadour, 21-14;
Made For Each Other, 15-15; Mag-
nolia Lady, 23-14; Man In Evening
Clothes, 24-14; Marjorie, 8-15; Mask
and the Face, The, 12-16; Minick,
14-14; Mongrel, The, 26-14; Mud,
2-15; Music Box Revue, 24-13; My
Girl, 23-14; Nerves, 11-16; New,
7-15; New Brooms, 22-13; No Other
Girl. 8-16; Paolo and Francesca, 24-
13; Parasites, 22-13; Passing Show
of 1924, 11-17; Peter Pan, 20.13;
Pigs, 11-16; Princess April, 24-14;
Quarantine, 26-14; Red Falcon, 16-
14; Rose Marie, 11-16; Rising Son,
The, 19-14; Ritz Revue, 13-13;
Saint, The, 16-14; Sap, The, 26-14;
Schemers, 13-13; Second Mrs. Tan.
queray, 19-15; Shipwrecked, 21-13;
Shooting Shadows, 1-18; Silence,
21-13; Simon Called Peter, 21-14;
S. S. Glencairn, 20-14; Steam Rol.
ler. 21-14; Student Prince, The,
24-13; Sweeney Todd, 4-16; Tan.
trum, The, 11-16; That Awful Mrs.
Eaton, 15-15; They Knew

What
They Wanted, 23-14; Thoroughbreds,
12-15; Tiger Cats, 18-15; Top Hole,
11-16; Try It With Alice. 1-19;
Vanities. 12-15; War Plays, 9-16;
Way of the World, 22-13; Were-
Wolf, The. 10.17; What Price

Glory? 11-15; Ziegfeld Follies, 1-18.
unkett, Admiral (p).

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

20-18
'oison Gases, Investigation by League
of Nations Committee

9.22
Political Preference in Colleges.

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

12-28; 13.27.
Pomerene, Atlee (p).

7.6
Porter, Gene Stratton, Death of

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

6-1
Postal
Pay Bill...

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

8-14
prague.

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

for American Embassy, 21-1.
resbyterian Churches, Proposed Union

of. 2-19; Grouth of, 14.18: Union in
Canada, 14-18; National Conference,
25-19.
resbyterian Hospital

15-20

3-4;

Radiocasting, from Airplane, 8-22;

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

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

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

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

6-26.
Railway Traffic Records...

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

1-3
Ramek, Rudolf, Appointed Chancellor of
Austria

22-12
Ranier, Mt., Proposed Change of Name.. 25-4
Ranier, Peter (p).

25-5
Ransdell, J. E., Nomination as Senator
from Louisiana

12-6
Rat Blood and Sleeping Sickness.. 16-22
Rats, Plague of. in New Orleans.

26.7
Real Estate Instruction Colleges. 19.18
Receipts, Government

2-6
Reick, William C., Death of

24-30
Reinhardt. Julie, Death of.

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

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

6-18
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, 100th
Anniversary of

15.18
REPARATIONS
Agreement of Herriot and MacDonald

in Regard to, 3.7; Conference in
London, 4-8, 5-7, 6-7, 8-7, 10-7; At.
titude of Herriot Toward, 5.7; An.
drew W. Mellon in Conference with
Ramsay MacDonald on, 5-7; Ap.
pointment of Committee on Opera.
tion of Experts' Plan, 5-7; Arrival
of German Delegates, 7-7; Experts'
Plan in Reichstag, 9.7; Settlement,
History of, 10-7; Functioning of Ex:
perts' Plan, 11-7; S. P. Gilbert, Jr.,
Appointed Agent General, 11.7;
Second Payment C'nder Experts'
Plan, 12-7; German Loan,

16-6,
17-7; Reduction of, 21-6; Salaries
of Officials, 24-7; British Attitude
Toward American Claims, 25-8. See
also GERMANY, FRANCE,

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

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

14.1
Reviews, Weekly

18-14
Reymont, Ladislas St., Awarded Nobel

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

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

in, 9-4.
Rhodes, Cecil, Sketch of

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

23-6
Richards, Vincent (p).

2-28
Rickets, Cure for.

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

26-18
Rinehart, S. M. (p).

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

1-3
Rivera, Primo de (p).

11.9
Robinson, Douglas, Appointed Assistant
Secretary of the Navy

21-2
Robbiani, Igino, Opera Anna Karenina. 1.17
Roberts, Charles H., Selected as Candi-
date for Congress

7.6
Robinson v. Midland Bank

24-21
Roche, John J., Death of

23-31
Rockefeller, Isabel

24-20
Rockereller, Percy (c)

1.26
Rogers (p)

13-13
Rogers, Will (p).

1.18
Roman Catholic Church, and Anglican

Church, 1-20; Elevation of British
Martyrs, 3-16; Eucharistic Congress,

5-17.
Ronalds, Reginald, Death of

20.32
Roosevelt, Franklin D., Speech at Demo-

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

19.2.
Roosevelt, Mrs. Franklin D., Address to
Women Democrats

13-5
Roosevelt, Theodore, Memorial, in Cuba. 25-13
Roosevelt, Theodore, Jr., Nomination as

Governor of New York, 14-1; Resigna.
tion Assistant Secretary of the
Navy, 14.1; Speeches in New York,

8.18

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

3-19
24.12

6-32

as

RESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN,

AND ELECTION
American Party. Candidates of.

18-4; (p), 18-5.
Root, Elihu, Oration at Hamilton Col.

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

12-17
Rospigliosi, Princess Giambattista, Death
of

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

20 5

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

4-2
Commonwealth Land Party, Candi
dates of

3-4
Conference for Progressive Political

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

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

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

Sea, 6-22; Telegraph, Speed of, 20-23;
Pictures by, 23.10; Week, National,
23.16.

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