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DECEMBER 29, 1922
The lear 1022
Compiled by E. 10. PICKARD
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(C. U!2, Weatern Newspaper Unlon.)
Jn. 3 War between Russla and Fln
Jtond bogun over alleged Flnnish ald U
Jan. 6 Allled supreme councll called
aeonomic and flnanoial congress to nieel
1 Genoa in March; Germany and Russla
Jan. 7 Conferees at Washington adopted
teeolutlons forblddlng submarine opera
ens agalnst merchantmen and bannlns
.volson gas ln warfare.
Jan. 8 Hrland agreed at Cannes to
yartlal moratorium for Germany ln re
turn for defenslve alllance for France
with Great Brltaln.
Jan. Sl Shantung' controversy between
Chlna and Japan settled.
Feb. 1- Washington conference adopted
ave-power naval limltatlon treaty wlth
peeraent on Paclllc fortmcatlons;
Mopud resolutlons declarlng open door
tn Chtna, approved treaty for reBtrictinn
t use of submarlnes and polson gas In
jrartare; Mr. Balfour announced Great
Srltaln would restore Wei-Hai-Wei to
Feb. 4 Washington conference approved
treatles relatlng to Chlna and resolutlon
orcating intern&tlonal commisslon to re
vlae the rulcs of warfare.
Feb 6- Delegates to Washington con
lerence signed nll the treatles and the
conferenre adjourned slnu dle
Feb. 10 President Harritnir snhmlttprl
Washington conference treailes. wlth fuil
mLputes of conference, to the senate.
Feb. 11 Unlted States and Jap.m signed
treaty defining rlghts of former on Yap
ud other lulands mandatod to Jnpan
Feb 15 International permanent rourt
t juatlce held flrst sesslon In The Hagne.
Lloyd Ueorge and I'olncaro agreed on
tpyear Anglo-French pact and postponed
Qetioa conference to Aprll 10.
Keb. 2S -Premier Lloyd George an
nounced Great Brltaln abandoiied ptotec
torate of Egypt.
March 1 Unlted States senate ratltled
Tap treaty wlth Japan.
March .14 L'nlted States senate ratilied
rour-povier Pacifie treaty.
March Unlted States senate ratided
supplemen' to Paclflc treaty, evliidiii.i;
Jnpanese malnland, and reservatioii
Dtralghtenlng out tangle over dei laration
r domestl affalrs.
March 29 Unlted States senate ratided
Ujtval limltatlon treaty and treaty un use
ef polson gas and submarines in warfare.
March 10-Unlted States ratilied nltie
power tn-.ity coneerning Chlna and tivulv
ri Clunese tariff.
Aprll -Germany relected aihed reri.ir.i.
tion eommlsslon's deniand that slie Isswn
laoO.KW.flOo ,n addltionnl taxes.
April 9 Colomb a anH Venpzuel.i irpii
joundar treaty. I
Aprll 10 h'onomle conference of Ocnoa
cpened Itnsslan delegates acceptpd the
four dsmands of the other nailom.
Aprll 16 (jermany and Uussi.i eonrludcd
1'i.aty. ancellng war dehts and Brest
l.ltovsk treaty and establlshlng full diplo
niiitic r"latlon.. Representatlvns of nl
flrs at Genoa conference surprised and
Aprll Peace parley between Japan
and Kar Kast republlc broketi uff.
Aprll lv -Allled and little entente powers
t Genoa barred Germany from partlclpa
tlon In onference on Russla.
Aprll .1 German delegates at Genoa
kgieed to keep out of dlscusslons of Rus
Aprll 24 France and Japan at Geno.i,
rnfiChed accord to oppose recoRnltlon of
stlet Russla. conference deadlocked by
rtussla's financlal demands.
May 1 Sovlet Russla, In great Mav day
Dfraons'ratlon at Moscow, dehVd the
api',iHstlc natlons of the world."
A'aj .' Memorandiim nf nllleV condi
1 i ns for holping Russla handed to sovlet
dnegales at Genoa Belglum ipfused to
sign atul France ninHe rcservation
May 3 France wlthdrew her assent to
pioposaN mad to the Itussian govern
mrnt by Genoa conference. Fronrh press
hnrged llod George wlth trl Uery con-rf-rnlng
R isslan oll tlelds.
May II Ruslans at Genoa replled
pvaslvolj to allled prnposals
May lt Allles at Genoi ir.vited Uulted
Stntes to partlclpate ln new negotlatlons
wlth Russla to begln at Th Hague
May l.'i -Unlted States dechned Invita
lon to The Hague onference Russl.i
gred to partlclpate.
Germany and Poland signed treaty set
llng l'ppr Sllesia dlsputes
jreat Britaln asked l'nlted States,
Kranee and Italy to co-operate wlth her
n Investlgatlng and stopplng Turklsh
atroclties In Asla Mlnor.
Tacna-Arlca conference between ChiU
U)d Peru opuned ln Washington.
May 13-Powors t Genoa adopttd elght
Mpnths' truce wlth Russla and other so
May l-Genoa conference adjoumed,
?iwyd George vrarnlng the Rnsslans to be
May 34 International btnkeis' comtnlt
'e met In Parls to plan economic recov
en' fr Europe,
June 3 -Unlted States agreed to help
tayest'Kate Turklsh atrocltles.
June France refused to agree to r
Hction of German reparations.
June 15 Hague prelimlnary conferenc
rn Russlan affalrs opened.
June 26 Russlan dtlegates Jolried In con
ference at The Hague and Inslsted credlu
to Russla should be flrst toplc handled.
July 1 Japan completed ratlflcatlon of
ftU the Wasiilngton conference treatles.
July 6 Rnsslans at The Hague, after
ubmlttlng "amailng" budget, offered 5n0
concesslons for 11,600,000.000 In credlts
juiy lw oermany agreed to glve allles
control ot lts flnances. hoping for a loan 1
sf a bllllon dollars, and asked moratorium
July 17 i.eague of Natlons louncil met
ln London to ratlfy the mandates, Amer
lca and Great Brltaln havlng reached
July 20--Conference at The Hague endad
wirhout result owlng to posltlon of Rus
Julv 22 Councll of LeaEUe of V.itlnn.
Vlopted Rrltlsh mandate for pnlestlne and
French mandate for Syrla.
July "7 Esthonla, Latvla, r.lthuanla and
Aibania recognlzed as sovereign states by
the Unlted States.
July 20- Ulng Constantlne proclalmed
Smvrna and lts hinterland an autonomoiis
state under protectlon of Greece.
Ajg 7 Conference of allled premlers
opened In l.ondon. Polncare threatened
France would act alone If necessary to
compel Oermany to execute the Vers.iillcs
treaty French demands referred to ex
perts Aug. 8- Demuyter. Belglum, won James
Qordon Bennett balloon race In Europe.
Aug. 9-French plans to coen e Ger
many dlsapproved by allled experts.
Aug 10-Unlted States and Germany
ilgncd agr-'cmcnt for ueterminatlou of
Aug. 14 Allled conference In London
Sroke up wlthout result.
Aug. 15 Grmany defaulted on payment
f J9.000.000 installment of pre-war debts
io allled natlonals.
Aug. 23 Turks opened great oltenslve
igalnat Greeks In Asla Mlnor.
auk. ai ivuyn"is i.uiiiiiiinMioi granieu
Sermanv slx months' resplte.
Sept, 1 Greece, her armlea routed by
he Turks, offered to evacuate Asla Mlnor
f Turkey would slgn armlstice.
Pept 4-I.eague of Natlons met In Ge
ieva, Augustln Edwards of Chlle elected
Sept. 6 Gen. Tricoupis, new Greek com
aardcr In chlef, captured ny Turks.
Councll of League of Natlons hlocked
11 plans for merglng of Austrla nlth any
Sept 8- Greeks began evacuation ot
Sept -Turklsh Natlonallsts occupled
Sept 12 France and Great Brltaln ac
pted I,ord Robert Cecils plan for "ln
imatlonal company asaurance acainst
kvniod; losi f0,00r 00; many llves lost
Germany refustd rto deposlt gold guar
nt dernairded byBelglum and dafatilted
in payment of private pre-war debU to
8pt. 16-Great Brltain lnvlted the do
mlnlons, France, Italy, Serbla, Rumanla
and Qreece to Joln in the defense of the
Sept. 15 France and Italy opposed mlll
tary operations agalnst Turks.
Sept. 18-Entlre Britlsh Atlantlc deet
aent to Dardanellea. ,
Hungary admltted to League of Natlons.
Sept. 19 Kemal Pasha demanded of al
lles lmrnedlate conference on guarantees
for neutrallty of the Stralts and permls
alon to send troops Into Thrace.
Sept. 20 Allles agreed to conference of
elght natlons on Near East, excludlng
Sept 23 Allles lnvlted Turka to peace
conference, agreelng to return Constan
tlnople, Adrianople and Thrnce ln return
for freedom of the Dardanelles.
Sept. 25-Great Brltain ngreed to admll
Ruisla to Ncar Kast conference concern
lng the Dardanelles.
Sept. 26 Greek troops revolted and Klns
Rusala, in note to tho allles, demanded
the restoratlon of Turkey ln Europe.
Sept. 2-Kemal Pasha accepted allles'
Invltatlon to armlstice parley, and to
peace conference on condltion that (Jon
Mantlnople and all of Thrace be coded at
Once to Natlonallst government.
Oct. 1 Turk Natlonallsts agreed to ar
mlstice conference at Mudania on OcU 3
and SUSDPnrlprt mtlitnrv nnarutlntm.
Oct. J Armlstice conference opened at
Oct, 10 Allles, Greeks and Turklsh Na-
tlOnallRt AirpaaH tr. nrmlaltr. nni'ontlntl
at Mudania, provldlng for cvacuation of
Thrace by Greece within 15 days and iU
dellvery to Turkey wlthln 45 days.
uot. u Jiudanla protocol signed.
Oct 23 Unlted States lnvlted Central
Amerlcan republlcs to conference on lim
ltatlon of armament and other subjecta,
la Washington Dec. 4.
Oct 27-AUies lnvlted Unlted States to
partlclpate In Near East conference at
Lausailna, Switierland, Nov. 13. Becre
tary HugVes replled Unlted States wouid
send observers. Russla lnvlted to part
of conference deallng wlth the Darda
nelles Oct. 29 Turkey and Rimsla opened con
ference for economic accord.
Nov. 12 Lausanne conference postponed
to Nov. 20
Nov. 20 Near East peace conference at
l.ausanne opened, wlth return to secret
dlplomacy In effect.
Nov. 21 Eastern Thrace and Adrianople
turned over to the Turks.
Dec. 2 Russla and natlons on her west
rn border opened limltatlon of arma
Dtc. 4 Conference of Central Amorlcan
republlcs opened In Washington.
Nov. 30 Alllos demanded from Germany
apology and Indernnity for attack on al
lled olhrers In Bavarla.
Dec. j Mrltlsh troops forced Turks to
lt ChnstUn refugees leae (,'onstan
tlnople. Dec. 6 Allles preiented plan for control
of Dardanelles to I.ausanne conference,
America's posltlon htated.
Dec. S Turkey's plan for Dardanclle.i
ubmltted at Iausanno. Virtually ac
cepted by the allles. i
Dec. Allled premlors mct In London
to consider German reparations.
Dec. li--German reparations plan re
Jecteil by allled premlers.
Shantung provlnce formally restored to
rhlna by Jnpan,
De.- II ( 'onference of allled premlers
adjournt-d to Jan. 2, Fram'e insistini; on
forclble oci upation of the Ruhr.
Dec 12 Baltlc states tervcd ultlmatum
on Russia at Moscow whlch Russla re-,
Jected and dlsannainent conference went
Dec. 11 Turkey agreed to Joln I.eagua
ot Natlons when peace Is signed and to
acoept pieasures for protectlon of mlnorl
Jan. 7 Iail Eireann accepted Irlsh
pcare treaty by vote of 64 to 67. De
Valera and followers declded to contlnue 1
Jan. 9 De Valera reslgned presidency I
of Irlsh republlc and was defeated for
re-electlon, M to 9). I
Jan. 10 Arthur Grinith elected president
of Dall Eireann to estahllsh the Irlsh '
Free State. De Valera and followers
Jan. 12 Premier Rrland of France re
slgned because hls pollcles at Cannes con
ference wcre opposed. Polncare made
Jan II Parllament of soiithrrn Ireland
ratilied peace treaty. Mlchael Collins at
head of provlslonal government.
Jan. 16 Provlslonal goveriimi'nt of Irish
Fre- State Installed at Dublln I'astle.
Feb, 2 Premier Bonomi of Italy and
hls cabinet reslgned.
Feb. 6 Cardlnal Achille Hatti. arch
blshop of Mtlan, elected pope, taklng
name of Pius XI.
Feb 12 Plus XI crowned pope. i
Feb. 2.' Free State and republlc advo
cates In Ireland agreed to have referen
dum on treaty wlth England and Free
State constltiltlon three. months hence
and to hold no electlons untll then.
Feb 23 Japanese dlet rejected unlversal
Feb. 25 New Itallan cahlnet fonned by
Lulga Facta ,
Feb. 2S I'rincess Mary of England mar
ried to Vlscount Ijtscelles. 1
March 2 I.ady Rhondda won seat In
house of lords, creatlng precedent. I
March 30-Irish Free 8tate and Ulster'
representatlves signed peace pact. I
Two Portuguese avlntors flew from IJs
bon to the Canarles on way to Brazll
March 31 Klng George signed Irlsh
Kree State act i
Aprll 5 Portuguese avlators, en route
to Brazll, flew from Canarles to Cape
Aprll 18 Portuguese avlators flew from 1
Cape Verde islands to 8t. Paul's Rock,
1,000 mlles, but wrecked thelr plane on
Aprll 21 Gen. Chang Tso I.lng, govcrnor
of Manchurla, selzed Peklng and Tien
April 2 Great battle between armles
ef Generals Chang and Wu Pel Fu opened
May 3 Gen Jusin Vlncente Gomei
elected president of Venezuela.
May 4 General Wu's army vlctorlous In
hattlo near Peklng, General Chang's army
Mav 21 Russlan zovernment n.inxprf Hp.
cree recognlzlng property rlghts within
Junp 1 Old Cli.nese parllament met and
President IIsu leslgned.
Paraguay in throes of a revolutlon.
June 3 General Dledrtchs elected presi
dent of Vladlvostok government.
June 5 Portuguese avlators completed
thelr dlght from Llsbon to Brazll.
Japnnese cabinet reslgned.
June 8 Klng Alexander of Jugo-Slavla
and Princess Marie of Rumanla marrlei!
June 10 Ciihan ahlnet reslgned.
June 11 Ll Yuan-Hung assumed presl.
dency of Chlna and mnde Wu Tlng-Fanj
Admlral Kato became premier of Japan.
June 16-General Chen captured C'antot
and Sun Yat Ken fled
Natlonal clectlnn held In Ireland, advo
cates of treaty wlnnuig.
June 22-Fleld Maishal Slr Henry Wl.
son, M. P. for an Ulster distrlct, assas
stnated by lo lrlshmen In London.
June 24 Dr. Walter Rathenau, German
forelgn mlnl.stcr. assasslnated In Berlin.
July 10-Hlg revolutlon in Brazll crushed
after several weeks' llghtlng.
July 13-Fa-ta cablnpt in Italy reslgned,
owing to aciions or tne Kasclstl.
July 23 Bavarlan government relected
natlonal German leglslatlon for dcfcnsg
of the repiiblu .
Aug. 2 Former Premier Fa. ta formed
new Itallan cabinet
Aug. 6-Itallnn Fasclstl captured palnce
at Genoa in lac,. of heavy gun tlre ol
regulars. Maitial law proclalmed In sev-
Aug. 13 C'ork. last stronghold of Irlsh
rebels, tiken by Irlsh Natlonallns.
Aug. 14 Peace parley between warrlng
factlons In Cluna opened ln Shanghat.
Aug. 21 General Wu, mllltiry master o(
Chlna, accepted pollc y of Dr. Sun for
reorganlzatlon of Chlna llke the Unlted
Aug. 22 -Ml' hael Collins, head of Irlsii
Free State, kllled In ambuscadc.
Aug. 27 Siveden b pop ilar vote re
Aug. JO- Utneral Crowder gave Cuba
ten days lo ai t on hls legtslattve reform
Sept 7 Brazh began celebratlon of oni
hundredth annlversary of her Independ
THE MIDDLEBURY REGISTER, MIDDLEBURY, VT.
r . vvo louiuni wui d.iub
Bept. 37 Crown Prln'c Qeorg iworn ln
aa klng of Greece.
Ralsull, famous Moroican bandlt, sur
rendered to the Spanlsh.
Oct. 16-Klng Ferdinand and Queen Ma
rl of Rumanla crowned at Albajulla.
Oct 19-Brltlsh conservatlvei declded to
abandon coalltionj Prlme Minlater Lloyd
George and hls cablnct reslgned; A, Bonar
Ltv lnvlted to form new mlnlstry.
Oct. 21 New provialonal government of
Dpminlcan Republlc Inaugurated.
Oct. 23-Bonar Law elected head of Con
servatlve party and accepted the post of
uct. 24 Bonar Law announced hls cab-
lnt unj i .i """' '
met, and un election was called for
and tVnn, nPA"o?i?VTUat?,d V1.aMlvoatok
Sui ,t? P i.ot I,ar Kaster' Republlc occu-
piea me clty
,m...-1.talliln Faiclstl prepared for
rnllltant actlon and Premier Facta and
hls cablnct reslgned,
King George dlssolved Bntish narlla
mont and called new ono to meet Nov. 20.
Oct. 29-Klng of Italy lnvlted Mussollnl,
head of the Fasclsti, to form a new mln
lstry. Oct. 30 Premier Mussollnl announced
new Itallan cablnot.
Oct. 31-Gen. Franclaco Murgula, Jlenl
can rebel . hleftaln, cptured and shot
Nov. 1 Angora Natlonal assembly de
clared the sultan of Turkey dethroned,
declared the soverelgnty of the natlon Is
ui uib nanus ot tne people and changed
tbe name from Ottoman emplre to State
4-Turklsh Natlonallsts took pos-
SBSSiOn Of fTnnHt a n 1 1 n nntn nnA lalr.lrl tha
allles to remove thelr troops.
TI)0V- 5-Ex-Kalser Wllhelm married
Princess Hermine of Reuss at Doorn,
Allles refused to
Nov. 13-Klng of Italy gave Mussollnl
mlnlstry full power to make govemmental
Nov. 14-German Chancellor Wlrth and
nls cablnct reslgned under pressure of
Nov. 15 Prltne Mlnister Bonar Law won
control of house of commons In Britlsh
Arthur Bernardea Inaugurated president
Nov. 16 Wllhelm Cuno accepted German
Nov. 17 Turklsh Natlonal assembly or
dered arrest and trial of the sultan, and
he started for Malta on a Britlsh warshlp.
Nov. 18-Abdul Medjtd Effendl, couslti of
deposed sultiin, elefted callph by Turk
lsh Natlonal assembly.
General Feng lead coup d'etat ln Peklng,
establlshing martl.il law and ousting the
cabinet. Dr. W. V. Yen assumed pre
mlershlp. Nov. 2i Cuno named new German mln
lstry, Soclalisls and Communlsts belng
Nov. 24-Krsk,ne Chlldcrs, ohlef ald of
De Valera, executed by Irlsh Free State
Nov 25 Itallan parllament gave Pre
mier Mussolinl full power to carry out
Gtrman Chancellor Cuno glvcn blg vote
of conlldericc by rclchstag.
i Nov. 2S Five former cablnct mcmbers
ot Grrece and one general were convicted
of treason In connectlon wlth the Greek
debacle in Asla Mlnor and were executed.
Great Brltaln protested and broke off
Dec. 2 Prlnie Andrew of Greece de
graded and pxlled for hlgh treason.
Dec. 4 I'arllamont passerl Irish consti
tutlon blll. Tlmothy Iloaly appolnted gov
ernor general of Irish Fro Ktate.
, Dec. 6 Irish Free State came Into belng.
Dec. 7 Ulster parllament voted to stay
I out of Irlsh Free, State.
Dec. S-Mam Mellowes and Rory O'Con
nor, Irish rebel leadera, executed In Dub
Dec. D Gabrlcl Narutowicz elected pres
ident of Poland.
Dec. 11 Popa held secret conslstory and
crcated elght new cardlnals.
Dec. 16 President Narutowicz of Poland
Ukralnc parllament voted to merge wlth
Moscow government. ,
Dec. 17 Moscow government ordered
consuls of eleven natlons to leave Vladl
Jan. 3 Henrv P. Fletcher annolnted am.
bassador to Belglum.
Jan. 9 George Wharton Pepper ap
, polnted Unlted States senator from Penn
sylvar.ia to succecd the l.ite Holes Pen
rose. Jan. 12-Senate by vote nf Id to 41 seatnd
Truman II. Newberry of Mlchlgan. with
robuke for lavlsh exppndltuie of iitouey
I Jan. 26 House passed anti-lynclilng blll.
Jan. 31 -Senate passed forelgn deht re
funding blll, puttlng llmlt for payment at
i Feb 3 -House accepted refnnding blll as
passed by henate.
Ib. 7- A. B. Houghton appolnted am
bassad or to Germanj , Theoihii'c Hreutaiio
mlnister to Ilungary and A. II. Washbiirn
mlnister to Austrla,
Feb. 8-Sennte passed the house co
operative marketlng blll
Feb. 17 Churles A. Rawson appolnted
l'nlted States senator from Iowa to suc
Feb. 18 Fcderat Judge K. M. I.andls
reslgned, effectlvn March 1.
Keb. 27 Supreme court ruled Nlneteentn.
or woman's suffrage, amendment Is con
tltutlonal Feb. 2Presldent Hardlng, In address
to congress, urged subbldlcs for Amerlcan
merchant marlne whlch will amount to
J15,00),0(.i0 In flrat year and $30,000,W an
March 2 Dr. Hubert Work appolnted
March 23 House of reprcsentitlves
passed soldlers' bonus blll.
March 27 House voted to add 115,000,00')
to rlvers and harbors approprlntlon.
March 29 House passed army blll wlth
approprlatlons for army of 115,(00.
Aprll 15 House, In commlttee ot the
whole, voted, 177 to 1J0, to arnend navy
blll to provlde for M.000 men Instcad of
Senate voted to extend 3 per cent lmmt
gratlon law for three years.
Aprll 19 House cllnched "blg navy"
actlon by vote of 221 to 148. and then
passed the blll.
Aprll 20 Pan-Amerlcan meetlng of
women opened ln Baltimore.
Aprll 21-Congress approprlated $1,000,000
for dood control and relief In Mlsslsslppl
May 1 Unlted States Supreme court
found parkers' control act constltutlonal
May 2- Former Senator Albert J. Bever
Idge defealed Senator New In the Indlana
Repubtlcan primarles, Samuel M. Ilalston
nomlnated by the Democrats,
May 5 House passed 17,OO0,0n) soldler
May 20 A. II. Gelssler, Oklahoma, ap
polnted mlnister to Guatemala.
May 24 Interstate commerce commis
slon ordered rall frelght rates reduced
ahout 10 per cent, effectlve July l.
May 30 Lincoln memorial at Washing
June 2 Spuatc passed armv blll pro
vldlng for army of 131.000 enlisted men.
June 5 Unlted States Supreme court
held labor organlzatlons could be sued for
vlolations of Sherman anti-trust law.
June 19-Senate passed navy approprla
tlon blll, provldlng for ?6,0"J cnllsted men
Mlntiesota Republlcans renomlnated
Unlted States Senator V. B. Kellogg,
and Uemocrats renomlnated Mrs. Anna
June 21 -Illlnols Supreme court upheld
the convlctlons of Wllll.nn nross i.inv.i
and is othor members of the Communlat-
Labor party for seditlon.
June 22-Ktriking mlners tn Wllllamson
county, Illlnols, slaughtered 19 strlke-
breakers and mlne guards.
June 21-Gov. I,en Small of Illlnols found
not guilty of conspiracy to defraud the
June 27 Wlsconsln Democrats nomlnated
Mrs. llcn C Hooper of Oshkosh for Unlted
June 28-Senator P. J. MeCumber de-
(eated for renomlnatlon In Repubtlcan
primarles of North Dakota by Lynn J.
July 1- General Iord succeeded General
Dawes as dlrcctor of the budget
July 11 James H. Wllkerson named to
succeed K M. Landli as Unlted States
July 18- Robert u. Howell nomlnated
for senate by Republlcans of Nebraska
and Senator Hlt'hcock renomlnated by
Aug 11 -John W Davls elected presl
to weeeed the l&te Unlted SUtes Senator
w oi rennoyiTania,
AUar. 19 Snnt. n...'.
8T?0UM Passed blll to create
coal Investigatlng commlnslon.
,A.uf- 24-Secretry of State Hughei
ealUd for Braril.
i A.u?' ?-Senator Hlram Johnson renom
inated by Callfornia Republlcans
. ... ..'..1V fUflaQU jjuiuicia uuiiua
House passed tmergency fuel blll, de
igned to prevent proflteerlng ln coal.
Bept 1 House passed blll to prevent
iuitcu uincnarge ot l.wo army omcers.
Clarke reslgned from Supreme court.
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ucyi. ABsoctate JUBtlce
i u "upuuiiuans oc vvisconsin re-
. nomlnated Senator LaFollette and Gov-
' ernor J. J. Blalne
Por Senator 'George H. Sutherland
, appolnted to Supremo court.
Senate Dnssed th
. Sept. 8-Scnate passed Borah blll creat-
tng COal lnventlirntliiir rnmmlaelnn
Sept. 11 Senate bonus blll accepted by
Republlcans won Malne election by nor
mal majority, Senator Hale and Governor
Baxter belng re-eleoted.
Sept. 12-Senator Looge of Massachu
setts, Senator Townsend of Mlchlgan and
Senator Poindexter of Washington renom
lnated by Republlcans.
Sept. 16 House adopted conference re
port on tariff blll.
i aept. 19-Presldent Hardlng vetocd the
soldlers' bonus blll.
Senate adopted conference report on
I Sept. 20 House overrode Presldent'a
1 veto of bonus blll, but senate sustalned It
I Sept. 21-Presldent signed larlft blll.
Sept. 22 Congress adjourned.
Conrad E. Spens appolnted federal fuel
Sept. 23 Herrln mlne massacre grand
Jury completed lts work, havlng returned
Trlennlal conclave of Eplscopalian
church closed. denvlne mpmlu rs marriana
wlth dlvorcees, refuslng women place ln I
cnurcn mnnagement, and passlng other
Important chuich leglslatlon.
Slv kllled In crash of army bomblng
plancs at Mineola, L. I.
Sept. 25 G. A. R. In annual encamp
ment at Dea Moines, Ia.
Sept. 26 Unlted States Senator Frey
llnghuysen of New Jersey renomlnated.
Sept. 2S-I)r. J. W. Wlllett of Tama.
Ia., elected cominander ln chlef of G. A. R.
Oct. 3-Mrs. W. H. Felton appolnted
Unlted States senator from Georgia, to
succeed thr late Senator Thomas Watson.
Oct. 6 Attornev General Daugherty ln
sweeplng decfslons niled llquor off of
Amerlcan shlps throughout the world
and barred forelgn shlps from Amerlcan
ports If they have llquor aboard, sealed
Oct. 10 President Hardlng appolnted
the coal fart nnding commlsslon
Oct. 16-Great Brltain rejected Secre
tar" Ilughps' appeal for treaty grantlng
reclproc.il ilght of search and selzure of
shlps uutslde terrltorial llmlts.
Amerlcan Leglon conventlon opened In
Oct 20 Alvln M. Owsley of Texas elect
d nrttlonal eommander of Amerlcan Le
glon. Oct. ?3-Judgr Hand In New Tork fed
eral rourt njpiipld Attorney General
DniigluTty'a rullng agalnst all shlps
hrlnging llquor into Unlted States ports.
Oct. .'4-Supreme Court Justice W. R.
Dav reslgnpd, ef. ectlvp Nov. 14.
Nov. 7 Electlons resulted gcnprally In
Democratlc vlct irlcs Iti-nubllran malor-
ity In congress greatlv reduced.
Nov. 9 President Ilarding called extra
Rcslnn of conmrss for Nov. 20.
Nov. 13 I'nifpd States Supreme court
held Japanese are not ellglhle to naturall
Nov H Trupir'n II. N'ewberry reslgned
as senatnr from Mlchlgan.
Nov. 20 Extra sesslon of congress
Nov. 21-Presldnt Hardlng asked con
gress to pass sh'p subsidy blll.
Mrs W If. Fclton sworn In to act for
a dav as senntor from Georgia.
Nov. 23- I'lerce Butler of St. Paul,
Mlnn.. appolnted assoclate Justice of Su
preme court to succeed Justice Day.
Nnv. 24-Government began series of
suits agalnst contractors who bullt war
camps, illeglng frandulent expendltures.
Nov. 27 Senate dpfpated the blll for a
loan of $.'),0u0,() to Libprla,
Nov. )-Governoi Sn '11 of Illlnols par
doned Wllllam Bros Lloyd and 15 other
Cnmtnunista ioiilited of vlolatlng the
state psplonage law.
IIouip passed shlp subsidy blll.
Mayor James Couzens of Detrolt ap
polnted Unlted States senator to flll out
tenn nf Truman H. N'ewberry. reslgned.
iipc. I-Extra cpaglon nf ronyress endpil
and regiibr sesslon began. President sub
mltted second annual budget calllng for
J3.u;.'M.33l for flscal year 1924
Dpi- .1 Two army odleers and four cn
llsted men kllled In alrplane colllslon at
liee S-l'reslcUnt Hardlng In message
to iiingiess called for strlct and llteral
pnforccnipnt of tlip prohlbltlon law, a
thornughgolng agrlcultural credlt system,
Improvement of transportatlon and out
lawii'i: of rallroad strlkes. and provlsion
for (lraftlng tu war all natlonal resources.
Her. 12 New Illlnols constltutlon re
jected by people.
Dec. l.V-Rppresentativo T. W. Harri
son of Vlrglnla, Democrat, unseated for
Dec. 16 Assoclate Justice Pltney of
l'nlted States Supreme court reslgned.
Dec. l'i-Governors of 16 states conferred
wlth President Hardlng on prohlbltlon
House passed navy blll approprlatlng
Jan 22-Unlted States rallway labor
board announced new code of worklng
rules that reduces pay and eaves roads
Jan. 30 Omalia packlng house butchers
called off thelr atrlko.
Jan. 31 Judge Landls made flnal wage
award for 1922 for Chlcago buildlng trades.
Keb. 3-Chlcago Buildlng Trades councll
accepted the Landls wage award.
Aprll 1 Unlon anthracite and bltuml
nous coal mlners began itrlko.
May 10-Unlted States labor board for
bade rallroads to use contract system of
farmlug out Jobs.
May 2S United States rallway labor
board cut wages of maintenance of way
employees 13.2 per cent-about 100,000,000
June 6 Unlted States rallway labor
board cut about W0,0"'-,C10 off the yearly
pay of rallroad shopmcn, unlon heads or
dered strlke ballots sent out.
June 16 Unlted States rallway labor
board reduced wages of clerks. slgnal
inen and statlonary (Ircnien about $26,5uu,
1X0 a year.
June 23 Samuel Gompers re-etected
president of Amerlcan Federatlon of
July 1 Rallway shopmen went on
July 3-Unlted States rall labor board
"outlawed" the strlklng mechanlcal crafts
July 4 Rallroad maintenance of war
employees postponed strlke Indellnltely.
July 10-President Ilarding proposed
that strlklng coal mlners return to work
at old scale and that new scale be arbl
trated. July 11 President Hardlng Issued proc
lani.it lon warning strlklng shopmen
agalnst Interferlng wlth malls or Inter
July 14-ltallway statlonary englneers,
dremen and olleis ordered tc strike on
July 17--Presldent Hardlng's arbitration
plan falllng of acceptance, he told the
mlne operatora to reopen thelr mlnes un
der protectlon of federal troops and the
Snerlff and four others kllled In mlne
strlke tlght at Cllftonvllle. W. Va.
July 22-A. F. of L. Inqulry board upheld
Landls award ln Chlcago and reconmiend
td reorganlzatlon of local buildlng trades
July 25 Interstate commerce commls
ilon, declarlng exlsteme ot natlonal emer
gency because of the strlkes, took charge
of trafflc dlstrlbutlon of fuel and food.
Aug. 1-Chtcago street car and elevated
employees struok agalnst reduced pay
Rallway executlves rejected President
Hardl 'g's plan that slrlkers returnlng to
work be relnstated In senlorlty rlghts.
Aug. 2 Rall strlkers accepted President
Hardlng h plan with rcservatlons.
Aug. 4 Chlcago street car strlke settled
Aug. 7 I'reeldent Hardlng ptoposed that
strlkmg shopmen return to work and that
hoth sldes submlt senlorlty qtiostlon to la
ess narda were wlthdrawn from shop
Aug. 11 Many tralna n West tled up by
ppradlc strlkes of brotherhood men.
Aug. 13 Rall way executlves accepted
.re,?',dent H"dlngfii plan, wlth condltlona.
atrlklng ahopmen rejected lt
Aug, 15 Operators and mlners signed
aKreement at Cinclnnatl endlng coal
strlke except in Indlana and Illlnols. For
mer wage Hcale holds.
Aug. 18-Prealdent Hardlng laid indus
trlal sltuatlon before congress and sug
gested leglslatlon maklng declslons of la
bor board enforceable and creatlng a coal
Aug. 22 Illlnols coal strlke settled, men
wlnning thelr demands.
Sept. 1-Government obtalned Bweeplng
Injunction in Federal court ln Chlcago ro
stralnlng strlklng shop crafts from Inter
fering wlth operatlon of rallways.
Sept. 2 Anthracite strlke settled, old
wage scale contlnued.
Sept. 13 Shopmen's strlke brnken by
separato agreemcnts wlth many roads.
jxecuuve councll of A. F. of L. demand
Daugherty and Federal Judge Wllkerson.
Sept. 23-Kederal Judge Wllkerson sus
talned the Injunction agalnst the unlon
iuii way snopmon
st k Great Lakcs seamen
'nov: 13-Chlcago Buildlng Trades coun-
cil reorganlzed on banls of Landls.award.
Dec 7-Natlona Assoclatlon of Rallway
queeSCtionVseLa, hand"nS f llb0r
010 A cTrnc
I II V A VTk I? C
Jan. 4 Greek destroyer blown up by
torpedo exploslon, 50 kllled.
Jan. 2S Roof of movlne nlntnro fhentor
ln Washington collansed Under welitht of
snow; 97 kllled nnd 133 injured.
,Fob. 2-Twenty-dve men kllled by explo-
slon in mlne at Gntes ln
l eb. 21-Unlted States army dlriglblo
Roma, bought from Italy, destroyed by
fall and exploslon ncar Hampton Roads;
rnen Kiueu, 8 injured.
March 15-One llreman kllled, score In
jured In Chlcago ftre that destroyed
faprlngor block and damaged the Burling
ton Rallway Offlce buildlng, wlth prop
erty loss of S,(W,000
March 23-BritLsh 'submarine H-42 sunk
In Mcdlterranean wlth crew of 22, after
collislon wlth destroyer.
March 29 Famous church of Ste. Anne
de Beaupre ncar Qucbec burned
Aprll 11 -Dcstructive doods throughout
Mlsslsslppl river valley.
Aprll 17-Fatal and destructlve torna
does In southeru Illlnols and Indlana.
Aprll 18-Four hundred carloads of war
munltlons exploded In Monastlr, Serbla,
killing hundrcds and destroylng center of
Aprll 24-Sudden tlood at Fort Worth,
Te.x., kllled several score of persons.
Aprll 27 Levee breaks in Louislana
maile 10,0ml homeless
May 19-P. & O. Ilner Egypt sunk in col
llsion wlth French freghter, 3a lost.
June 11 Great storm snept New York
clty and vndnlty, 50 person.s kllled and
v.ist damage done.
June 12 Three hundred diowned by
dood In San Salvador
July 31 Great conllagratlon In European
buslness quarter of Hongkong
Aug. 1 Forty peisons kllled In wreck of
pllgrinis' train near Ixjurdes. France.
Aug. 2 Fifty thousand llves lost In
typhoon at Swatow, on Chlna eoast.
Aug. 5-Thlrty-seven kllled and 138 In
jured In ralhvay collislon at Sulphur
Ai'g. 17-Towns of Falrbanks, Silvcr
Cteek and Pinilo, Mlnn., destroyed by for
Aug. 26 Japanese crulser Nlitaka sank
In typhoon, 3i0 llves lost
Aug. 25 Forty-seven men entombed In
burnlng gold mlne sliaft at Jackson, Cal.;
all found dead 22 days Uter.
Aug. 29 Chllean shlp sank near Co
qulmbo. 316 llves lost.
Sept. 28 Ammunltion stores exploded by
llghtnlng destroyed Fulconara fort, Italy,
kllllng 174 soldlers and Injurlng a thou-
Oct. a-More than 30 reported kllled ln
dlsastrous forest fires ln northern Ontarlo
and Quebec Several towns destroyed.
Oct, 21 Flfteen burned to death In New
York tenement flre
Oct. 31-U'ebb Clty. Mo wrecked by
Nov. 6- F.lghty men kllled by gas explo
slon m coal mlno near Spangler, Pa.
Nov. 10 Karthquake and tldal wavps ln
Chlle kllled hundreds and dld vast dam
age. Nov. 19-Elghty llves lost when Mexl
can steamer sank at l.a Bomba
Nov. 2-' Eighty-four men kllled by dnst
exploslon in tnine near Blrmlngham, Ala.
Dec. S-Huslness distrlct and many
honies of Astorla. Ore , burned, loss
Jan. 2 Uptinold Wolf, playwrlght and
critlc, In New York
Jan. 5-Sir Emest Shacklelon, llrltisli
esplorer, in Antarctic.
Jan. 7 I'rlnce Kalanlanaoie, Hawailan
delegate to congress,
Jan. -JoEeph Oliver, grand siro of
Sovereign Lodge of Odd IVIIows of Unlt
ed States, Cunada and Australla, at To
ronto. Jan. 10 Marquls Okuma, famous Jap
Clarcnce B. Mlller, secretary of
Republlcan natlonal commlttee.
Jan. 13-Former Unlted States Senator
Joseph II. Millard of Nebraska
Jan. 16-John T. Kelly, veteran comedl
an, Jan. 17 George B. Selden, inventor of
flrst gasollne-drlven vehlcle, In Roches
ter, N. Y.
Jan. 19 Archblshop Charles H. Gau
thler ot the metropolltan provinces of Ot
tawa. Jan, 22-Pope Benedlct XV.
John Kendrlck Bangs, Amerlcan hu
morist and edltor.
Vlscount James Bryte.
Jan. 23 Arthur Nlklsch, famous orclies
Jan. 2? Ml3 Genevleve Reynolds, vet
eran American aetresg.
Jan. 26 Mrs. Imogene Hyams, creator
of little Eva In "Uncle Tom's Cabln."
Jan, 27-Mrs, Ellzabeth C. Seaman (Nel
lle Bly), newspaper woman, ln New York.
Jan. 28 Rlchard Westacott, Unlted
aiaies vice consui in Lonaon.
Feb. l-Fleld Marshal Prlnce Yamaga-
ta, elder statesman of Japan.
Feb. 2-E. II. Shaughnessy, second aa
slstant postmaster general. vlctlm of
Washington theater dlsaster.
Feb. 3-Gen. Chrlstlan De Wet, eom
mander In chlef of Boer army In war
Feb. 4-Maurlce FltzGerald, duke of
Leiuster, premier peer of Ireland.
Feb. 5 G. W. Jackson, noted englneeer
Ing contractor, In Chlcago.
Feb. 16 John S. Mlller, emlnent attor
ney. ln Chlcago.
Feb, 20-J. F. Shafrdth, former Unlted
States senator and governor of Colorado.
Feb. 21-Col. R. G. Cholmeley-Jones.
tormcr cniet or war nak insurance.
I'eb. 23 Vlscount Harcourt
March 1 Dr. J. C. Branner. nresldent
emcrltus of Stanford unlverslty.
Mari-h 6 Col. John Lambert, milllonalre
steel magnate. at Pasadena, Cal.
Mnrch 25 Charles Pope, former "glu
cose klng," ln Chlcago.
March 30 Slr John Eaton, Canadlan
Aprll 1 Charles, ex-emperor of Aus
trla. at l uncnai, aiaueira.
Aprll 3 Dr. Cyrus Northrup. president
emerltus of Unlverslty of Mlnnesota
Frederlck Vllllers, famous war artlst
and correspondcnt, ln England.
Aprll 4-John W Mldgely. noted rall
way etpert. In Chlcago.
April 9-Gen. Erlch von Falkenhayn,
former chlef of staff of German army.
April 10-E. J. Murphy, veteran w.irden
ot lllinols state penltentlary.
Aprll 12-Henry M. Shrady, culptor, In
Aprll 13-Slr Ross Smlth. famous Aus
trallan avlator. kllled by fall of plane.
Aprll 14-Adrlan C. Anson, famous vet
eran of baseball, In Chlcago.
Aprll 17-Henry V. Esmond, Engllsh
John Poord, edltor Aala Magazine, In
Aprll 23-Eduardo 8. Mujlca. Chllean
Klng George of England.
Rf Rev Troy Beatty. Eplscopal Mahop
eoadjutor of Tennesseo. ,
Aprll 2 Frederlck VanRensselaor Dey,
w-rUer of the Nlck Carter detectlva sto-
rles. c ommltted sulclde Irf New York
Aprll 29-Rlehrd Croker. former heU
f Tammany Hall, ln Ireland.
. r.d?' Kufm well known hotel mtm
Aprll 30-Commander J. D. J. KeUef.
May 1 Jonn Vanen Phnv ,t
Bssaylst. In San Dlego, Cal.
May 2 Ada Jones, noted muslcal com
May 4-A. J. Gronna, former Unlte4l
w 6 senatr from North Dakota.
May 6-Henry P. Daviaon, New Yorkl
May 7-J. H. Patterson, head of Nation-
M Cash Reglster Co.
Unlted States Distrlct Judge Beverlr
Evans at Savannah, Ga.
..i'rlH B Adams, noted penologljt.,
at St. Chtrles, 111. 1
?'fy. 13.D''' "afael Zaldivar, form.
mlnleter from Salvador, ln Chlcago
May 30-A. C. Bartlett, promlnent la,
Chlcago buslness and clvlc llfe.
w USe ";,Former "nlted States Senator
W P. Pollock of South Carollna.
June 5 W. T
Abbott, Chlcago flnaa-
p. Moore-famous stage beauty, n Pltbt
burgh. Pa. x ui.
George Carrnack dlscVverer of th
Klondlke gold flelds at Vancouver
.,Une, VlPy ' 1 ' OxnSrt i.Tader lff
SUgar Industry, ln New York.
fJui?.le 13r'Io,roc E- Hooper, publlsher
Of EnCVClODPll .1 Rrllnnnloa
p;, W. Aldredge, collector of the port
of New York.
June 19-Frederic C. Penfleld, former
ambassador to Austrla, In New York.
june 21 Take Jonescu. nnminln
lune r v ti r.v., . .
man T'nR Fang' ChlneSe atatM
lUne 24 Wllllnm T Pnnlr.foll.r rnnlHl.
June 27-A. Stuart Baldwln, vlce presi
dent Illlnols Central rallway
Edwln U. Judd, last survivor of foundero.
af Republlcan party, at Anacortes, WMb.
Jniie 29 Alrs. Charles Henrotln, Chlc.
go, leader in socloty and social work.
June 3') Samuel G. Goss, Inventor anl.
nianufacturer of prlnting pressej, at
o,JJ.'e.. -Congressman M. P. Kinkatd t
ONeill, Neb In Washington.
July -E. W. Barrett, edltor and pr
prletor of Blrmlngham (Ala.) Age-Her-ald.
Julv 15-Dr. E. J. Wheeler. edltor ot
July 19-Rpv. Dr. J. F Goucher, foundr
of Goucher college. Baltimore.
July 22 Alice Mlrlam, grand opera star.
In New York
July 24-Col. R W. Guthrle, noted olji
man of Plttsburgh, Pa.
July 27-Richard M. Blrdsall, famous in
ventor, ln Chlcago.
Jull' . 31-Miss Mary N. Murfre
(' Charles Egbert Craddock"). American
Aug. 1-Formor United States Senator
Frank S. White of Alabama
Aug. 2-Alexander Graham Bell, In
ventor of the telephone.
Unlted States Senator Wllllam E. Cror
of Pennsyh anla.
Lrniuel p. Padgptt, former congres
man from Tnnessee
Aug 3-BenJamln S. Donnelley, fornMf
famous football star. ln New York.
Aug. 4. Envnr Pasha, ex-war mlnister
of Turkev. Kllled In battle
Aug. 5-Rear Admlial Urlel Sebree U.
3. N . retlred
Aug. 12-Artbur Gritnth. president nf
Dall Eireann. In Dublln
Aug. 13-Jolm G. Woolley. former pro
hlbltlon candldate for President, ln
Aug. 14 Iord Northcllffe, notd Britlsh
Journallst and publlsher
Levy Jtayer. promlnent Chlcago law
yer nnd capltallst
Aug. 15. rtollln D. Salisbury, geologlst.
Unlverslty of chlcago.
Aug. lS-Oenevive Ward. noted Ameri
can tragedlrnne. in London.
chapftiln'nf the house of repi'esentatlve
Aug. 2-' iiev nr. Henry Couden. b ln-1
for 2,i year!, in Washington.
Aug. 23 -Albert J. Hopkins. former
Unlted States senator from lllinols.
Aug. 23-Delavan Smlth, publlsher ot
Aug. 26-Dr Stephen Smlth, founder ot'
Anrir.m Publlc Health assoclatlon.
Aug. 27-Francls S Peahody, mllllonalre
coal magnate of Chlcago.
Aug. 28-Arlhur Dawion, Amerlcan art
ist nnd critii
Aug. 30-Mr.s. Nellle Granl Jones. onlr
daughter of Gen. U. S Grant. In Chlcago.
W II. Htidson, noted Briti-.li nalurallst
Sept. 2-CoI. D. E McCarthy, chier
qnarti rmaster of A. E. F, In Chlcago.
The duc'ness of Albany.
II. II. Lawson, Australl.m novellst ani
F. W, Dlcklnson, chlef edltor of Reu
ter's. Hept. 4-Thendore A. Bell, promlnen
law yer and pnlltlclan of San Franclsco.
Sept. 5 Blshop Samuel A Fallown.
head of Reformed Eplscopal church, tn
Sept. S-.I T. Clarl;. president Chlcago,
St. Paul. Mlnneapnlls ,fe Omaha rallway.
Lcon Ilonnat. einlnent French artlst.
Sept. IS-Rt. Itev. Cortlandt Whltehead.
Protestant Eplscopal blshop of Pltts
burgh. Sept 19-Onrland Stahl. Chlcago banlc
president and former basebnll star.
Sept. 21-Enos Mllls, Amerlcan natural
Ist nnd author.
Sept. 26 Thomas Watson, Unlted Stat
senator from Georgia.
Oct. 1-Rear Admlral Charles E. Clarlc.
U. S. N retlred.
Oct. 6 Walker Hlll, well known banker
of St. I.ouls. Mo.
Oct. 7-Marle Lloyd. Britlsh comedl
enne. Oct 8 Jorge Montt, former president of
Oct. 10 Isaac Guggenhelm, Amerlcan
copper mignate, n England.
Oct. 13-Mrs. EiUabeth W. Champney.
Oct. 22-Dr. Lyman Abbott. edltor e
Outlook and famous preacher and wrlter.
Oct. 31 Father Bernard Vauglun, fa
mous Jesult preacher, In London.
Nov. 1 Thomas Nelson Page, author
and former nmbassador to Italy.
Alfred Capus, leadlng French Journal
lst. Nov. 2-T DeWltt Cuyler. Promlnent
rallroad man, In Phlladelphla'
Nov. i Jacob Glmbel. prominent mer-
chant of Phlladelphla. New York and
Nov. 8 Antonlo Lopez Gutlerrez, mlnis
ter from Hnnduras, in Washington.
Nov. 9-Mrs. Mary Smlth Lockwooe,
founder of Daughters of Amerlcan Rev
olutlon. Nov. 12-Bell.imy Storer, former Amer
lcan dlplomat. In Parls.
Nov. 14-Richard K. Fox. edltor and
publlsher of tho Pollce Gazette. In New
Nov. 15 E. L. Burllngame. former edl
tor of Scrlbner's Magazine. in New York
Nov. 17 Gen. I.uke E. Wright. former
secretaiy of war and eovernor renpral nf
the Phllipplnes, In Memphis.
. u. nnarp, tormer ambassador ta
France. nt l'.lvrla n
Nov. 19-Frank Bacon, Amerlcan actor
Nov. 20 George Bronson Honard. nti.
thor and playwrlght. at Los Angeles.
Nov 23 Baron Sldney Sonnino, Itallan
Ilenry N Carj'. well known newspaper
man, In Chlcago.
Nov 21 John H. Gllmour, Ameiican ac
tor and muslclan, at "onkers. N Y.
Nov. 26 ! rederlck G. Nedrlngliaus, for-
mer congressman nnd Republlcan natlon
al coinmltteeman from Missourl.
Nov. 26 Kate Ryan, veteran Amerlcan
actress. at Boeton.
Nov. 27-G. H. Scldmore. Unlted StaWi
consui general at Tokyo.
Nov ! James R. Mann of Chlcago.
Wllllam O. Rockofeller, nephew of John
Dec. 2-Rear Admlrnl John R. Edwards.
U. S. N retlred. at Urlatol. R. I.
Dso. 7-Dr. W. B. Qulne. noted Chlcago
'5- 7T"0r ,.c' A' FlC"r. astronomer
of Trinlty college. Hartford, Conn.
Dec 9-Cardlnal Igleslas of Spaln.
w B' Pr,ntfe 'ormer governor of New
Qec 12 John Wmunulmr famn.
ohant In PhllivdelphLi.
Tler 1- A Ul . , .... .
Dec. 16-Jesse M. Overton. raDltAiistc'
Nashville, Tenn. "rB"' raP"st.
James d. Darldaon, ex-governor of Wl-
Lord Marcua Bereeford, noted Entllah