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THE BRATTLEBORO PALLY KEi'OlLMER, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1022.
"CD HIT 0 iW7i 53 !! 6 ! 5 1" V 1 HUH ft MS CURE HEADACHES Because if is a Fruit fledl cine mads from Fruit Juices if I- - "4 r 1. r " vv i ; ( w" y -v-. r george h. scott Whitehall, Nkw Yobk. "In 1912, 1 wa3 attacked by Severo Headaches, coming on at intervals of two-weeks, and lasting two days and two nights. I tried seven different kinds of pills. One day while in Burlington, Ver mont, I found an empty "Fruit-a-tives"box. "I saw it was a fruit medicine, made from fruit juices, and useful for liver complaint ; and I came to the conclusion it was my liver that was causing my Headaches. I procured a box of "Fruit-a-tives" or "Fruit Laxo Tablets" and waited results. The headaches did not mate rialize until the third week ; and havo never had a headache since and that was four yea a ago". GEORGE II. SCOTT. COc a box, 6 for $2.50, trial size, 25c. At dealers or from FRUIT-A-TIYE3 limited, OGDENSBURG, N.Y. G. W. Cusbman Second-Hand Goods 70 Flat Street !Phonc 39-1 PROFESSIONAL CARDS. FRANK A. SlfOW, Violin Teacher. Tel. 676-M. 10 1'utncy Rf a J. DR. W. D. LAJSBERTON. Veterinarian". OrHce at Tucker's Livery Stable. Fiat St Tel. !:. THOilAS RICE, M. D. Cutler Block. Otti. hour-: 1 to 3 ana 7 t- S p. in. DR. E. L. TRACY. Mtysic-an and Sureeon. 114 .Vain St, Oilice hu-irs: 8 to a. m., 1 to 3 p. m . 7 to H 30 f. m. Tel. 2-0. BYRON E, WHITE, Physician and Sjrson Office and' Residence. i'et;t!and Hiock. Hours; 7-8 a. m.. 12 2 and 6-8 p. m. 'Plio'ie 717. DR. G. B. HUATER, OXce L-or.ard BYSelT. Residence, West P.rattltbcro. H urs: 1 to 3 and 7 to 8 p. m. Telephone 3I3-W Residence 3 18-R Office. W. J. KAINE, 15.. D., Phys'cUn and Surgeon Othce. Room 10. Cilery building. Hours: 8.3i) to 9.3G; 1.30. to 3; 7 to 8. O nce 'phone 429-W Wepir'ence Frost St.. 'phone 429-R. C. R. ALDRICH. lOTHou7s72jd to 2.30. 7 to 8. Oiiice 'phone 165-W; house, 165-R. .A -ray worn a snenalty. G. R . ANDERSON, Surgeon and Fhysician. ry a specialty. Gi7ice a-.i residence. s House. 128 Miin St. Hours: After- hirT,W Snrger 1 rook noos. 1.30" to 3. evenines 7 to 8. exemt -Tm5 days and Fridays. Sundays by appointment onl 'Phone 246. - r3R7GRACEW. BURNETT7"Pliysician and Surgeon. Market Elgck, Elliot St. Office hours: 8.30 to 9.30 a. in.; 1.30 to 2.30 and 7 to 8 p. m. Telephone 744-W Electrical treatments given rR7 H. P. GREENE. Physician and Surgeon. OiHee, Bank block. Honrs: 1.30 to 3, and 7 to 8 p. m. Residence, b3 Green St. Telephone connection. Mornings and Sundays by ap poii'tmeut only. EDWARD R. LYNCH, M. D., S trgery a specialty. Ofice, Park Building. 'Phone. 540. Hours: 1 to 4 p m.. 7 to o p. m. Residence, 1 utne Road. 'Phone, i"7. Sundays by ap printient only. DR. boro A. I. MILLER, Hooker b'ock. Brattle Office hours: 8 to O. 1 to 2. 6.30 to 8. W. R. NOYES, liTb., Physician and Surgeon, Kye, Ear, Nose and Throat. Gasse-i fitted. Hrs. 9-12. 1 30-5. Wed, and Sat. Eve. Am. Bid. DR. H. L. WATERMAN. Office. 117 Main St". Over Ktterh's store. Hrs.; 1-30-3. 7-8 Tel. 43-W. W. H. LANE, M. D., 117 Main St. Honrs: 1 to 3 and 7 to 8. except Snndavs. Tel 789-W ! DR. C. G. WHEELER. OstMpathirPhvsiciinT 110 Barber Rlriir. Offlr hnn- in . .i - , Tel. 219-W" to jreafment bv apnmntmfnt. HA SKINS it SCHWENK. Afori!Pv and : Counsellors et Law. BrattleWo. Vt. FRANK E. BARBER, Attorney at Law. Bar-' her boprtne. Brattlehoro. J O. B. HUGHES, Lawver. 21 injr!Te!e'ihone Uffc-W. Barber Build BARROWS & CO., Wholesale and Retail. Pealers in coals of all kinds. Offiri d in St. Prrttleboro. BCND & SON, Exclusive Undertaking. Auto- luuune service, ieiepnone i64-V. PHONE 354-W- s . Moran & Rolide Funeral Directors Automobile Equipment 7 GROVE STREET Just West of Parish House Brattleboro, Vt. Reformer T Advertisements r Pay Best fjRQND 1 1 IJg son 1 $ BRATTLEBORO. VT jj HON E Q&4 -W TL J1 v !! j Chronology il o The IJear 1922 8 IS I ,? Compiled by E. 10. PICKARD (, 1922. Western 'Newspaper Union.) INTERNATIONAL t Jan. 3 War between Russia and Fin land begun over aliened Finnis.i aid to Karelian rebels. Jan. 6 Allied supreme council called economic and financial congress to meet in Genoa in March; Germany and Russia included. Jan. 7 Conferees at Washington adopted resolutions forbidding submarine opera tions against merchantmen and banning poison gas in warfare. Jan. 8 Briand agreed at Cannes to partial moratorium for Germany in re turn for defensive alliance for France with Great Britain. Jan. 31 Shantung controversy between China and Japan settled. Feb. 1 Washington conference adopted five-power naval limitation treaty with agreement on Pacific fortifications; adopted resolutions declaring open door ni China; approved treaty for restriction of use of submarines and poison gas in warfare; Mr. Balfour announced Great Britain would restore Wei-Hal-Wei to China. Feb. 4 Washington conference approved treaties relating to China and resolution creating International commission to re vise the rules of warfare. Feb. 6 Delegates to Washington con ference signed all the treaties and the conference adjourned sine die. Feb. 10 President Harding submitted Washington conference treaties, with fuil minutes of conference, to the senate. Feb. 11 United States and Japan signed treaty defining rights of former on Yaf and other islands mandated to Japan. Feb. 15 International permanent couri of Justice held first session in The Hague. Lloyd George and Poincare agreed on 20-year Anglo-French pact and postponed Genoa conference to April 10. Feb. 2S Premier Lloyd George an nounced Great Britain abandoned protec torate of Egypt. March 1 United States senate ratified Yap treaty with Japan. March 24 United States senate ratified . four-power Pacific treaty. March 27 United States senate ratified supplement to Pacirte treaty, excluding Japanese mainland, and reservation straightening out tangle over declaration on domestic affairs. March 2 United States senate ratiflej naval limitation treaty and treaty on ut of poison gas and submarines in 'warfare, i March 30 United State3 ratified nine power treaty concerning Clilna and treatj on Chinese tariff. April 7 Germany rejected allied repara tion commission's demand that she issiw J.,M,u0 in additional taxes. April 9 Colombia and Venezuela signed boundary treaty. April 10 Economic conference of Genoa opened. Russian delegates accepted Uu four demands of the other nations. April 16 Germany and Russia concluded treaty, camming war debts and Brest Litovsk treaty and establisliini; full diplo matic relations. Representatives of al. lits at Genoa conference surprised ani angry. x I April 17 Peace parley between Japac and Far East republic broken off. April 18 Allied and little entente powerj at Genoa barred Germany from participa tion in conference on F.uss!a April 1 German delegates at Genoa ncrreed to keep out of discussions of Rus sian affairs. 'Aprrt -24 France and Japan- at Genoa reached accord to oppose recognition oi soviet Russia; conference deadlocked bj Russia's financial demands. May 1 Soviet Russ.a. in great May daj demonstration at Moscow, defied the i 'capitalistic nations of the world." j May 2 Memorandum of allies' condl ! Hons for helping Russia handed to soviet delegates at Genoa; Belgium refused to i sie i and France made reservation. ! May 3 France withdrew her assent to ' proposals made to trie Russian govern ment by Genoa conference, trench press charged Lloyd George with trickery con- cerning Russian oil fields. May 11 Russians at Genoa replied evasively to allied proposals May 14 Allies at Genoa Invited United States to participate in new nsrot:ations with Russia to begin at The Hazua -" . May L United States declared Invlta- tion to The Hague conference. Russia aeteed to participate. Germany and Poland signed treaty set tling Upper Silesia disputes. Great Britain asked United States, France and Italy to co-operate with her In investigating and Slopping Turkish atrocities in Asia Minor. Tacna-Arica conference between Chile and Peru opened in Washington. May 38 Powers at Genoa adopted eight months' truce with Russia and other so viet republics. May 19 Genoa conference adjourned, Lloyd George warning the Russians to be uore reasonable. J 1 t Ti Ma 24 International bankers' commit- met in fans to plan economic recov for Europe. June 3 United States asrreed to hln Investigate Turkish atrocities. June t France refused to agree to re auction'of German reparations. June 15 Hague preliminary conference on Russian affairs opened. June 2& Russian delegates Joined in con ference at TJie Hague and insisted credit to Russia should be first topic handled. July 1 Japan completed ratification of til the Washington conference treaties. July 6 Russians at The Hague, arter submitting "amazing" budet, offered 5oO concessions for $1,600,000,000 "In credits. July l Germany agreed to give tUlies control of its finances, hoping" for a loan cf a billion dollars, and asked moratorium On reparations July 17 league of Nations council met in London to ratify the mandates, Amer ica and Great Britain having reached full agreement. JMy 20 Conference at The Hague ended wivhout result owing to position of Rus sian delegates. July 22 Council of League of Nations tdoj -ted British ma-date for Palestine and French mandate for Syria. July 27. JCsthonia. Latvia. Lithuania and r!ba,n.ia,.re,c;nied as sovereign states by U1" -'nueu fiates. Jui?' 3(-KinS Constantine proclaimed " Smvina and its hinterland state under protection of Greece. Aug. ( Conference of allied opened In London. Poincare threatened trance would act alone if necessary to premiers trea'.y. French demands referred to ex- perts. lr, i5ellum-. 'P James uoruon nenneu oaiioou race in fcurope. Aug. 9 French plans to coerce Gtr. many disapproved by allied eN perts. Aug. 10 United States and German v ?gned agreement for determination of war claims Aug. 14 Allied conference in "Londou broke up without result- Aiii?. 15 Grm?vny defaulted on payment cf f9.000.000 installment of pre-war debts to allied nationals. Aug. 23 Turks opened great cffen3ivo as.'?inst Greeks Jn Asia firior. Aug. SI Reparations commission granted Gti many six months' respite. i-Vpt. 1 Greece, her. armies routed by the Turks, offered to evaluate Asia Minor If Turkey would sign armistice. Sept. 4 League of Nations met In Ge neva: Augustin Edwards ot Civile elected president. Sept. 6 Gen. Tricoupls. new Greek cora mnder in chief, captured oy Turks. Council of League of Nations blocked j nli plans for merging of Austria with any j other nation. - ! Fept. i Greeks began evacuation cf ; Smyrna. i-'ept. 3 Turkish Nationalists occupied Smyrna. Sfpt. 12 France and Grpat Britain ec- j cepted Lord .Robert Cecil's plan for "in- ! ternational company assurance against : war.' i Sept. 1J "Western portion" of Smyrna I 6rnS; Iom VA& i,V& rnaay live lost. Germany refused to dsposit cold uar antee demanded by Belgium and defaulted on payment of private pre-war debts to Allied nationals. Sept. 16-Great Britain Invited the do rninio.is, France, Italy, Serbia, Rumania and Greece to Join in the defense of th Dardanelles. Sept. 16 France and Italy opposed mili tary operations against Turks. Sept. IS Entire British Atlantic floet sent to Dardanelles. v Hungary admitted to League of Nations. Sept. 10 Kemal Pasha demanded of al lies immediate conference on guarantees for neutrality of the Straits and permis- sion to send troops into Thrace. - Sept, 20 Allies agreed to conference of eight nations on .Near East, excluding Russia. , Sept. 23 AJJies Invited Turks to peac conference agreeing to return Constan tinople. Adrianople and Thrace in return , for ireedom of the Dardanelles. Sept. 5 Great Britain agreed to admit j Russia to Near East conference concern ) ing the Dardanelles. Sept. 26 Greek troops revolted and Kins Constantine abdicated. Russ.a, in note to tne allies, demanded the restoration of Turkey In Europe. Sept. 23 Kemal Pasha accepted allies invitation to armistice parley, and U - peace conference on condition that Con stantinople and all of Thrace be ceded af ence to Nationalist government. utx li urn Nationalists agreed to ar mistice conference at Mudania on Uct. f and suspended military operations. Oct. 3 Armistice conference opened a Mudania. Oct. 10 Allies, Greeks and Turkish Na tionalists agreed to armistice convention at Mudania, providing for evacuation ol Thrace by Greece within 15 days and its delivery to Turkey within 45 days. Oct. 11 Mudania protocol signed. Oct 23 United States invited Centra American republics m conference on lim itation of armament and other subjects, in Washington Dec. 4. - Oct. 27 Allies Invited United States tc participate in Near East conference at Lausanne Swit2erland, Nov. 13. Set re- tary Hughes replied United States wou-d aend observers. . Russia invited to uart of conference dealing with the Dttrdj.- nelles Oct. 29 Turkey, and Russia opened-con-ference for economic accord. Nov. 12 Lausanne conference postponed to Nov. 0. Nov. 20 Near East reace conference at Lausanne opened, with return to secret diplomacy In effect. Nov. 21 Eastern Thrace and Adrianople .turned over to the Turks. Dec. 2 Russia and nations on her west ern bolder opened limitation of arn.a m?nt conference. Dec. 4 Conference of Central American republics opened in Washington. Nov. JjiV-Allies demanded from Germany apology and Indemnity for attack on al lied ollloers in Bavaria. Dec. 5 British troops forced Turks to let Christian refugees leave Constan tinople. 1 Dtc. 6--Allies presented plan for control of Dardanelles to Lausanne conference, . America's position slated. Dec. S Turkey's plan for Dardanelles submitted at Lausanne. Virtually ac cepted by the allies. Dec. 9 Allied premiers met in London to consoler German reparations. Dec. 10 German reparations p'an re jected by allied premier?. Shantung province formally restored to ' China by Jiipan. ! Doc. 11 Conference of aiiit-d premiers adjourned tc Jan. 2, France insisting on ioicible occupation cf the Ruhr. DfC 12 Baltic states served ultimatum on Russia at Moscow which Russia re- Jected and disarmament 'conference went on rocks. Dec. 14 Turkey agreed to join League of Nations when peace is signed and to accept measures for -protection of minori ties FOREIGN Jan. 7 Dail Eireann accepted Irish peace treaty by vote of t4 to 67. Da Valera and followers decided to continue the light, Jan. 9 De Valera. resigned rresidercv of Irish, republic . aad, was -defeated for . re-election. 6 to ; Jan. 10 Arthur GritT,tM tlorted pres'''en cf Dail Fireann to establish the IrUh t Free State. De Valera and followers j bolted. - i J?iri t? Pt-rTnIf- T?risrttt rtf TTri n r- t s'tritd because h vjolioies at Cannes con- ' f-rence were opposed. Poincare made I Jan. 1 George Wharton Pepper' ar premier pointed United States senator from Penn- Jan. It Parliament of southern Ireland - Ivar.Ia to succeed tile late Boies "Pen ratified peace treaty. Michael Collins at ! re. head of provisional government. ' Jan. 12 Senate by vote of 4S to 41 seated Jan. 15 Provisional government of Irish i Truman II. Newberry cf Michigan, with Free Stale installed at Dublin Castle. i r!ue for lavish expenditure ot money lVo. 2 Prem'er Bonomi cf Italy and ' ' canipaijm. his cabinet resigned. j Jan. 2S House passed antl-lynchlnc bill. Feb. 6 Cardinal Achille Rattl. nrh- j Jan. al Senate passed foreign debt re bishop of Milan, elected pope, taking ; funding bill, putting limit for payment at name or Fi.s A I. i Feb. 12 P'us XI crowned pepe. Feb. 22 Free Sra'e and republic advo- ; ''ates in Iriar.d asrreed to have referen dum on treaty with England and Free State constitution three months hence and to hold no elections until then. Feb. 23 Japanese diet rejected universa suffrage measure. Feb. 25 New Italian cabinet formed bj l.tiga Facta ' United States senator from Iowa to suc- Feb. 25 Prinoens Mary of England mar- teed Kenyon. rled to Viscount Lascelles. j Feb. IS Federal Judye K. M. Landis March 2 Lady Riiond.la won seat b i resisned. effective March 1. hcuse of lords, creating precedent. j Feb. 27 Supreme court ruled Nineteenth March 30 Irish Free State and Ulstet ' or woman's suffrage, amendment is con representatives signed ppfire tiact. stitutional. Two Portuguese aviators Hew irom Lis i Feb. 2S President Ilardiug, in address bon to the Canaries on way to Brazil. i to congre-ss. urged subsidies for American March 31 King George signed Irish : Free State act- April 6 Portuguese aviators, en rout to Brazil, flew from Canaries to Capt Verde islands. April IS Portuguese aiators flew frorr. Care Verde islands to St. Paul's Rock, l.Oor? miles, but wrecked their plane on landing. April 2! Gen. Chang Tso Ling, gcvernot of Manchuria, seir.cd Peking aad Tun Tain. - April 2 Great battle between armies cf Generals Chang and Wu Pei Fu opened netr Peking. , May 2 Geri. Juan . Vlncente Gomez e:e;-ted president of Venezuela. Mny 4 General Wu's army victorious In t-.Mtle near Peking; General Chang's arms in flight. . May 21 Russian government passed de cree recognizing property rights w.'tnia certain limits. June V-Old Chinese rarliament met ar.C I'r-sid"it Hsu resigned. Pataguay in throes of a revolution. June 3 General Diedrichs elected prtsl '.v.nt cf Vladivostok government. June 5 Portuguese aviators completed &ir flight from Lisbon to Brazil. Japanese cabinet resigned. June S King Alexander of Jugo-SIavia and Princess Marie of Rumania married at Belgrade. June 10 Cuban cabinet resigned. June 11 Li Yuan-Hung assumed presi dency of China and made Wu Ting-Fang p; emier. Admiral Kato became premier of Japan. June 15 General Chen captured Canton a,'id Sun Yat Sen fled. National election held in Ireland, advo cates of treaty winning. June 22 Field Marshal Sir Ilenrv Wil ca, M. P. for an Ulster district, 'assas sii.afed by two Irishmen in London. June 24 Dr. Walter Kathenau. German foreign minister, assassinated in Berlin. July lo Big revolution in Brazil crushed xfi r several weeks' fifihting. July 19 Facta cabinet in Italy resigned ewing to actions of the Fascist!. July 23 Bavarian government rejected national German legislation for defence cf the republic. Ai.tr. 2 Former Premier Facta formed saw Italian cabinet. A'.;?. Italian Fascisti captured palace at Genoa in face -cf heavy gun fire ! rorulars. Martial law proclaimed i:i sev. :a.l provir.ces. Au;. 13 Cork, last stronghold of Iriali rebels, taken by Irish Nationalists. Aiii;. 14Pence parley between warring tart;nns in China opened in Shanghai .vug 21 General Wu, military master of China, accepted policy of Dr. Sun foi -.liirjranUation of China like the Unite 5,4.tL-3. u. 22 Michael Collins, head ot Ir- ! Stat2. killed In ambuscade. Aug. i7 Sweden by popular vote re .isf.LeJ Prohibition. AutT. ?0 General Crowder gave Cube tn cays to act oa his legislative reforms v. in .Sept, 7 Brazil began celebration of one h :r.c're'dih anniveisarj- of her independ er-ce. SepC William Cca.-rave elected presi- ; lent cf Irish provisional eovernmeat. Spt .6 Greek troop revolted ana King Constantine abdicated. Sept. 27 Crown Prince Ge6rge sworn In as king of Greece. Rai&uii. famous Moroi can bandit, sur rendered to the Spanish. Oct- 15 King Ferdinand and Que?n Ma rie of Rumania crowned at Altiajuiia. Oct. 15 British, (.oriservatives decided to abandon coalition; Prime Minister Lloyd George and his cabinet resigned; A. Boaiir iw invited to form new ministry. Oct. 21 New provisional government of .Dominican Republic Inaugurated. Oct. 23 Bonar Law elected head of Con servative party and accepted the post o; prime minister. - 0;U 24 Bonar Law announced his cab inet, and an election was called tor Nov. 13. Oct. 25 Japanese evacuated Vladivostok nd troops of Far Eastern Republic occu pied the city. - Oct. 2G Italian Fascistl prepared fcr militant action and Premier Facta and his cabinet resigned. King George dissolved British parlia ment and called new one to meet Nov. 2'!. Oct, 29 Kmg of Italy invited Mussolini, nead of the Faolsti. to form a new min istry. Oct. 30 Premier Mussolini announced new Italian cabinet. Oct. 31 Gen. Francisco Murgula, Mexi can rebel chieftain, captured and shot. Nov. 1 Angora National assembly de clared the sultan of Turkey dethroned, declared the sovereignty of the nauon is in the hands of the people and changed the name from Ottoman empire to Suite of Turkey. Nov. 4 Turkish Nationalists took pos session of Constantinople and asked the allies to remove their troops. Nov. 5 F..-Kaiser Wilhelm married Princess Herrniae of Reusa at Doom, Holland. Allies refused to evacuate Constan-tinoplt Nov. 13 King of Italy rave Mnssolini ministry full power to make governmental reiorms. Nov. 14 German Chancellor Wirth and '-is cabinet resigned under pressure of upporting parties. Nov. 15 Prime Minister Bonar Law won control of house of commons In British elections. Arthur Bernardes Inaugurated president it Brazil. Nov. 16 Wilhelm Cuno accepted German s'cajjcllorship. Nov. 17 Turkish National assembly or lered arrest and trial of the sultan, and te started for Malta on a British warship. Nov. 18 Abdul Medjid Effendl, counin of leposed sultan, elected caliph by Turk h National assembly. General Feng lead coup d'etat In Peking, -sKablishing martial law and ousting the -a.binet. Dr. W. V. Yen assumed pre miership. Nov. 20 Cuno named new German mln Jtry, Socialists and Communists being ot represented, Nov. 24 Erskine Chtlders. chief aid of De Valera, executed by Irish Free State kuthorit'es. Nov. 25 Italian parliament gave Pre mier Mussolini full power to carry out reforms. German Chancellor Cuno given big vote of confidence by relchstas. Nov. 2 Five former cabinet members of Greece and one general were convicted of treason in connection with the Greek Jba -le In Asia Minor and were executed. Great Britain protested and broke off diplomatic relations. Df-c. 2 Prince Andrew of Greece de graded and exiled for high treason. Dec. 4 Parliament passed Irish consti tution bill; Timothy Hea!y appointed gov ernor jreneral of Irish Fre State. Dec. Irish Free State came into being. Dec. 7 Ulster parliament voted to etay out of Irish Free State. Dec. 8 L-iam Meilowes and Rory O'Con nor, Irish rebel leaders, executed in Dub lin. Dec. 9 Gabriel Narutowicz elected pres ident of Poland. Dec. 11 Pope field secret consistory and created eipht new cardinals. Dec. 1& President Narutowica of Toland ips.i5S!nated. v Ukraine parliament -oted to merse with Moscow government. Dee. 17 Moscow government or lerd consuls of eleven nations to leave Vlad! voetok. .. .. DOMESTIC -Jan. 3 Henry P. Fletcher appointed ain- brvi-sador to Belgium. m years. Feb. 3 House accepted refunding bl'.l u ; passed by senate. ' Feo. 7 A. B. Houghton appointed am I bassador to Germany, Theodore Brentano ; niinister to Hungary and A. H. Washourn i minister to Austria. Feb. 8 Senate passed the house co i tir.r:tlv marketing bill Pel). 17 Charles A. Rawson appointed merchant marine which will amount to Jir.noo.wv in first year and $3u,0oo,00ij an nually thereafter. March 2 Dr. Hubert Work appointed postmaster general. March 23 House of representatives parsed soldiers' bonus bill. March 27 House voted to add $;C.OOO,000 to rivers and harbors af propriation. March 29 House passed army bill with appropriations for army of B5,oOO. April 15 House, in committee of the whole, voted, 177 to 139, to amend navy bill to provide for 86,000 men instead of t7."0. , Senate voted to extend 3 per cent Immi gration law for three years. April 19 House clinched "big navy" ctlon by vote of 221 to 14S. and then passed the bill. April 20 Pan-American meeting of women opened in Baltimore. April 21 Congress appropriated Jl.OOO.PCO for flood control and relief in Mississippi river valley. May 1 United States Supreme court found packers' control act constitutional. May 2 Former Senator Albert J. Bever idge defeated Senator New in the Indiana Republican primaries. Samuel M. Ralston nominated by the Democrats. May & House passed JIT.COO.OUO soldier hospital bill. May 20 A. II. Gelssler, Oklahoma, ap pointed minister to Guatemala. May 24 Interstate commerce commis sion ordered rail freight rates reduced .ibout 10 per cent, effective July L May 30 Lincoln memorial at Washing ton dedicated. June 2 Senate passed army bill pro viding for army of 123,000 enlisted men. June 5 United States Supreme court held labor organizations could be sud fcr . iolations of Sherman anti-trust, law. June 19 Senate passed navy afpropria lon bill, providing for 85.0uO enlisted men. Minnesota Republicans- - renominated United 8tates Senator F. B. Keilozg, and Democrats renominated Mrs. Anna D. Olesen. ; June 21 Illinois Supreme court upheld the convictions of William Bross Lloyd snd IS other members of the Communist- Labor party for sedition. June 22 Striking miners in Williamson ;ounty. Illinois, slaughtered 19 strike breakers and mine guards. June 24 Gov. Len Small of-Illinois founi not gJilty of conspiracy to defraud the 27 Wisconsin Democrats nominated Mrs. Ben C. Hooper of Oshkosli for t nitei States senate. June 2S Senator P. J. MeCumter de feated for renominatlon In Republican, primaries of North Dakota by Lynn J. Frasier.- July 1 General Lord succeeded General Dawes as director of the budget, July 11 James H. Wllkc-raon named to succeed K. M, Landis as United .States district ludge. July IS Robert B. Howell nominated 'or t-enate by Republicans of Nebraska iiif i Senator Hitchcock xer.omlnated by Democrats. Aug. li John TV. Davis elected presi dent American Bar association. Aufc. IS Mai. David a. P.etJ appointed j screed the late Ur.!U3 &tatoa Senator Crow of Pennsyivarc'.'i. au'. 19 Senate pushed tbe McCumber . to 'iff biU.- - ' Aug. 2" House passed b:il to create co.il luveatiuating ccunmissio.i. Ativ- 24 Secretary of fatate Hughes sailed for Brazil. Aug. Senator Hiram Johnson renom in.V -d by i alifornia Republicans. Aug. 31 Senate passed soldiers' bonuj biil. iX.yuss passed emergency fuel bill, de signed to prevent pi-ofi tee ring in coal. Sept 1 House passed bill to prevent forced d'scharj?e of l.t.VQ army officers. Sept. 3 Associate Justice John A. Clarke resigned from Supreme court. Sept. . 5 Republicans cf Wisconsin re nominated Senator LaFolIette and Gov ernor J. J. Elaine. Former Senator George H. Sutherland appointed to Supreme court. Seinate passed the emergency fuel bill. Sept. 8 Senate passed Borah bill creat ing coal Invest. gating commission. ' Sept. 11 Senate bonus bill accepted by conference. , Republicans won Maine election by nor mal majority. Senator Hale and Governor Laxter baing re-elected. Sept. 12 Senator Loage of Massachu setts, Senator Townsend of Michigan and Senator Poindexter of Washington renom inated by Republicans. Sept. 1C House adopted conference re port on tariff bill. Sept. 19 President Harding vetoed the soldiers' bonus bill. Sf-nate adopted conference report on tariff bill. Sept. 20 House overrode President's veto of bonus bill, bu senate sustained it. Sept. 21 President fctcned tariff bill. Sept. 22 Congress adjourned. Conrad E. Spens appointed federal fuel distributor. Sept, 23 Herrin mine massacre grand Jury completed it work, having returned 214 Indictments. Triennial conclave of Episcopalian church closed, denying memners marriage with divorcees, refusing women place in church management, and passing other imrortant church legislation. Six kilTed in crash of army bombing planes at Mineola, L L Si-pt. 25 G. A. R. In annual encamp ment at De.i Moines. la. Sept. F United States Senator Frey Unghuysen of New Jersey renominated. Sept. ja-Dr J. W. Willett of Tama. Ia.. elected commander In ch'ef of G. A. 11. Oct, 3 Mrs. W. H. Felton appointed United States senator from Georsia. to succeed the late Sena'or Thomas Watson. Oct. 6 Attorney General Daugherty In sweeping decisions ruled liquor off of American ships throughout the world and barred foreign ships from American ports if they have liquor aboard, sealed or unsealed. Oct. 10 President Harding appointed the coal fact nndmg commission Oct. 16 Great Britain rejected Secre tary Hughes' appeal for treaty gVantin-; reciprocal right of search and seizure of sh'ps outside territorial limits. American Legion convention opened In New Orleans Oct. 20 Alvln M. Owsley of Texas elect ed national commander of American Le gion. Oet. 2 Judge Hand In New York fed eral court upheld Attorney General Daugherty's ruling aeainst all ships bringing liquor into United Slates ports. Oct. 21 Supreme Court Justice W. R. Dav resigned, effective Nov. 14. Nov. 7 Elections resulted generally In Democratic victories: Republican major ity In congress greatly reduced. Nov. President Harding called extra session of congress for Nov. 20. , Nov. IS United States Supreme court held Japanese are not eligible to naturall zatir n. Nov. IS Truman H. Newberry resigned as senator from Michigan. Nov. 20 Extra session of congress opened. Nov. 21 President Harding asked con gress to pass ship subsidy bill. Mrs. W. II. Felton sworn irt to act for a day as senator from Georgia. Nov. 23 Pierce Butter of St, Paul. Minn., appointed associate justice of &u prem court to succeed Justice Day. Nov. 24 Government besan series of suits asra'v.st contractors who built war camps, alleging fraudulent expr-ndilures. , Nov. 27 SVnate, defeated the bill for a lonn of 5X',0i to Liberia. Nov. 29 Governor Smnll of tilings par doned William Bross Lloyd end 15 other Communists convicted of violating the Ftnte espionage law. Hous,? passed ship subsidy bill. Mayor James Couzens of Detroit ap-p'!nt-J United States senator to tVl out term of Truman H. Newberry, resigned. Dec. 4 Extra sess'o of congress ended and regular session began. President sub mitted second annual budret calling for t3.o7S.W).221 for fiscal year 1924 Dec. 5 Two army officers and four en listed men killed la airplane collision at Langley field. De-c. S President Harding in message to congress called for strict and literal enforcement of the prohibition law. a thoroughgoing agricultural credit system. Improvement of transportation and out i:ivtrt.r of railroad str'ke. and provision for drafting la war all national resources. Dec. 12 New Illinois constitution re-jt-cted by people. Dec. 15 Representative T. W. Harri son of Virginia, Democrat, unseated for election "irregularities. De-c. IB--Assoclate Justice Pitney of United States Supreme court resigned. Dec. IS Governors ot' 16 states conferred with President Harding on - prohibition enforcement. House passed navy bill appropriating r5,O'.O,G0O. INDUSTRIAL Jan. 22 United States railway labor board announced new code ,of working rules that reduces pay and fcaves roads I&O.uoO.O-iO annually Jan. 39 Omaha packing house butchers called off their strike. Jan. 31 Judge Landismade f.nal wage award for 1922 for Chicago building trades. Feb. 3 Chicago Building Trades council accepted the Landis wa,'e award. April 1 Union anthracite and bitumi nous coal miners began strike May 10 United Suites labor board for bade railroads to use contract system of farming- out Jobs. May 2S United States railway labor board cut wages of maintenance of way employees 13.2 per cent about IOO.000.CvO a year. June 6 United States railway labor board cut about l6tVou,ooO off the yearly pay of railroad shopmen; union heads or dered strike ballots 6ent out. June Iti United States railway labor board re-duced wages of clerks, signal men and stationary firemen about J2b,5vM. IA4 a year. June 23 Samuel Gompers re-elected president of American Federation of La bor. July 1 Railway shopmen went on July' 3 United States rail labor board "outlawed" the striking mechanical crafts unions. , July 4 Railroad maintenance of way employees postponed strike indefinitely. July 10 President Harding proposed that striking coal miners return to work at old scale and that new scale be arbi trated. July 11 President Harding issued proc lamation warning striking shopmen, against Interfering with mails or inter state transportation. July 14 Railway stationary engineers, firemen and oilers ordered ve strike on July 17. July 17 President Harding's arbitration plan failing of acceptance, Ue told the mine operators to reopen their mines un der protection of federal troops and tue nag. Sheriff and four others killed in mine strike right at Cliftonville. W. Va. July 22 A. P. of L. inquiry boaid upheld Landis award In Chicago and recommend ed reorganization of local building trades council. July 23 Interstate commerce commis sion, declaring existence of national emer gency because of the strikes, took charge of triiic distribution of uel and food. A;:g. 1 Chicago street tar and elevated employees struck against reduced pay. i 1 tail a ay executives rejected President Harding's plan that strikers returning lo ; wortc be reinstated In seniority rights. Aug. 3 Rail strikers accepted President j Harding's plan with reservations. Aug. 4 Chicago street car strike settled ' l?y con-promise. ' Aug,. President Harding proposed tai i linking shopmen return to work and that J both Sides submit seniority uue-stlon to la- j lur board. i Aug. to Brotherhood men refused to j mu trains oa the Santa X'e emblem uu- J I less guards wers withdrawn from shop, tcwr.s. i. Aug. 11 Many trains m West tied up by Sporadic; stt Ikes of brotherhood men. Aug. 13 Railway executives accepted President Harding's plan, with conditions. Striking shopmen rejected it. Aug. 15 Operators and miners signed agreement at Cincinnati ending coal strike except in Indiana and Illinois. For mer wage ecale holds. Aug. IS President Harding laid indus trial situation before congress- and sug gested legislation making decisions of la bor board enforceable and creating a coal commission. Aug. 22 Illinois coal strike settled, men winning their demands. Sept. 1 Government obtained sweeping Injunction in Federal court in Chicago re straining striking shop crafts from inter fering with operation of railways. Sept. 2 Anthracite strike settled, old wage scale continued. , Sept. 13 Shopmen's strike broker by separate agreements with many road. Executive council of A. F. of L. demand ed impeachment of Attorney General Daugherty and Federal Juri?e Wilkerson. tSept. 23 Federal Judge W iikerson sus tained the injunction against the union railway shopmen. Oct. 1 About 2,500 Great Lakes seamen struck. Nov. 13 Chicago Building Trades coun cil reorganized on btf-sis of Landis award. Dec 7 National Association of Railway Executives abandoned handling of labor questions nationally. DISASTERS Jan. 4 Greek destroyer blovro. up by torpedo explosion; 50 killed. Jan. 23 Roof of moving picture theate. In Washington collapsed under weight of snow; 97 killed and 133 injured. Feb. 2 Twenty-five men kiUed by explo sion in mine at Gates, Pa. Feb. 21 United States army dirigible Roma, bought from Italy, destroyed by fall and explosion near Hampton Roads; 34 men killed, S injured. , March 15 One fireman killed, score in jured in Chicago tire that destroyed Springer block and damaged the Burling ton Railway Oftlce building, with prop erty loss of fS.OOO.OOt. March 23 British "submarine II-42 sunk In Mediterranean with crew of 22, after collision with destroyer. March 29 Famous church of Ste. Ann de Beaupre near Quebec burned. April It Destructive floods throughout Mississippi river valley. April 17 Fatal and destructive torna does in southern Illinois and Indiana. April is Four hundred carloads of war munitions exploded in Monastir, Serbia, Rilling hundreds and destroying center of city. April 24 Sudden flood at Fort Worth, Tex., killed several score of persons. April 27 Levee breaks in Louisiana made 10,000 homeless. May 19 P. & O. liner Egypt sunk In col lision with French freghter; 93 lost. June 11 Great storm swept New York city and vicinity; 50 persons killed and vast damage done. June 12 Three hundred drowned by flood in San Salvador. July 31 Great conflagration in European business quarter of Hongkong. Aug. 1 Forty persons killed In wreck of lilgrlms' train near Lourdes. France. Aug. Z Fifty thousand lives lost In typhoon at Swatow, on China coast- Aug. 5 Thirty-seven killed and 133 In fured in railway collision at Sulphur Springs, Mo. Aug. 17 Towns of Fairbanks, Silver Creek and Pimio, Minn,, destroyed by for st Arts. Aug. 26 Japanese cruist-r Niltaka sank to typhoon; aoo lives lost. Aug. 2S Forty-seven men entombed In turning gold mine shaft at Jackson, Cal.; ill found dead .2 days later. Aug. 29 Chilean ship sank neap Co aulmbo: 316 lives lost, Sept. 28 Ammunition stores exploded by lightning destroyed Falconara fort. Italy, killing 174 soldiers and injuring a thou sand. Oct. S More than SO reported killed In tisastrous forest fires in northern Ontario and Quebec. Several towns destroyed. Oct. 21 Fifteen burned to Qcath in New Yoik tenement fire iv, Oct. 31-Webb City,- Mo-, wrecked Jay tornado. Nov. 6 Eighty men killed by gas explo sion in coal mine near Spangler, Fa. Nor. 1C Earthquake and tidal waves la Chile killed hundreds and did vast dam ase. Nov. 19 Eighty lives lost when Mexi can steamer ranK at La Bomha Nov. 22 Eighty-four men killed by dust explosion in mine near Birmingham, Ala. Dec S Business district , and many homes of Astoria, Ore., burned ; loss . Jli.,A',Vj0. NECROLOGY ! - Jan. 2 Rennold "Wolf, oiavwricht and critic, in New York. jt Jan. a Sir Ernest Shackleton, British explorer, in Antarctic. Jan. 7 Prince Kaianiar.aoie, Hawaiian delegate to congress. Jan. 8 Joseph Oliver. gTand sire of Sovereign Lodge Of Odd Fellows of Unit ed States,' Canada and Australia, at To- ronto. Ja.n. 10 Marquis Okuma, famous Jap anese statesman. i Clarence B. Miller, secretary cf : Republican national committee. Jiin. IX Former Init.-t Ststci Snat.i. ! Joseph H. Millard of Nebraska! Jan. 16 John T. Kelly, veteran comedi an. Jan. 17 George B. Selden. Inventor of first gasoline-driven vejiicle. In Roches- r ter. N. Y. Jan. 13 Archbishop Charles II. Gau--thler of the metropolitan provinces of Ot tawa. - Jan. 22 Pope Benedict XV. John Kendrick Bangs, American hu morist and editor. Viscount James Bryce. Jan. 23 Arthur Nikisch, famous orches tral conductor. Jan. 25 Miss Genevieve Reynolds, vet eran American actress. Jan. 26 Mrs. imogene Hyams. creator of Uttle Eva in "Uncle Tom's Cabin." Jan. 27 Mrs. Elizabeth C. Seaman (Nel lie Bly), newspaper woman, in New York. Jan. 28 Richard Westacott. United States vice consul In London. Feb. 1 Field Marshal Prince Yamaga ta, elder statesman of Japan. Feb.. 2 E. H. Shaughnessy, second as sistant postmaster general, victim ,. of Washington theater disaster. Feb. S Gen. Christian De Wet, com mander In chief of B6er army in war Of lSt9. Feb. 4 Maurice FitzGerald. duke of Leinster, premier peer of Ireland. Feb. 5 G. W. Jackson, noted englneeer Ing contractor, in Chicago. Feb. 16 John S. Miller, eminent attor ney. In Chicago. Feb. 20 J. F. Shafroth, former United States senator and governor of Colora io. Feb. 21 Col. R. G. Cholmeley-Jcnes former chief of war risk insurance. Feb. 23 Viscount Harcourt, British statesman. March 1 Dr. J. C. Branner. president emeritus of 'Stanford university. March J Henry Bataille, French dram atist. March 6 Col. John Lambert, millionaire steel magnate, at Pasadena, Cal. March 25 Charles Pope, former ' "glu cose king," in Chicago. March 30 Sir John Eaton. Canadian merchant prince. April 1 Charles, ex-emperor of Aus tria, at Funchal. Madeira. April 3 Dr. Cyrus Northrup, president emeritus of University of '"Minnesota. Frederick Villiers, famous war artist and correspondent. In Englar.d. April 4 John Wr Midgely, noted r! way expert. In Chicago. April 9 Gen. Erich von Falker.ha.yn, former chief of staff of German army. . April 10 E. J. Murphy, veteran warden of Illinois state penitentiary. April 12 Henry M. Shrady, sculptor, la NeW York. April 13 Sir Ross Smith, famous Aus tralian aviator, killed by fall of plane. April 14 Adrian C. Anson, famous vet er?.n of baseball. In Chicago. April 17 Henry V. Esmond. English playwright. John Foord, editor Asia Magazine, in Washington.-" April 23 Eduardo S. Mujlca. Chilean statesman. I.ord Leopold Mountbatten cousin of K'ng George of England. Rt. Rev. Troy Beatty. Episcopal bishop coadjutor of Tennessee. April 2f Frederick VanRensselaer Dey, writer of the Nick Carter detective sto ries, ommHted suicide In New York. April 2S Paul DeschaneL ex-president of Frauco. " April 29 Richard Croker. former head ef Tammany Hail, in Ireland S. It. Kaufman, well knoan hotel man fcf Chicago. April j Commander J. D. J. Kelley, D. S. N, retired, in New. York. May 1 John Vance Cheney, poet .and isaiyist. in San D.e,o, Cal. May 2 Ada Jones, noted musical com edy actress. , May 4 A. J. Gronna, former United States senator from North Dakota. May t Henry P. Davison, New York banker. May 7 J. H. Patterson, head of Nation al Cash Register Co. United States District Judge Beverly Evans at Savannah, Ga. M-.y 12 C. B. Adams, noted penologist, at St- Chailes. I'd. Msy 13-Dr, Rafa-;1 Zaldivar. former minuter from Salvador, in Ch.cago. May SO A. Ci Eartlett. prominent la Chicajro business ar.d civ." 4i2e. June 2 For.ner United States Senator W. P. Pollock of Sou;. Carolina.-.-- June 3 Mrs. Miry Virginia Terhune (Marion Hariand, author, in New York. June 5 W. T. Abbott. Cnicago finan cier. June 6 Lillian Russell Mrs. Alexander P. Moore famous stage beauty, in Pitts burgh. Pa. June 7 Richard A. Eallinger. former secretary of the interior, at Seattle. George Carmack. discoverer of th Klondike gold fields, at Vancouver. June S Henry T. Oxnard. leader In sugar industry. In New York. June 13 Horace E. Hooper, publisher of Encyclopedia Britannica. G. W. Aldredge, collector of the port of New Yorlt. June 19 Frederic C.' Penfleld. former ambassador to Austria, in New York. June 21 Take Jonescu. Rumanian . statesman. j June 23 Wit Ting Fang, Chinese states man, -,r " June 24 WlH'am T. Rockefeller, capital ist June 27 A. Stuart Ealdwln, vice presi dent Illinois Central railway. Edwin U. Judd. last survivor of founders cf Republican party, at Anacortes, W ash. Jui... Arj. narles Henrotln, Chica go, leader in society and social work. June 30 Samuel G. Goss. Inventor and manufacturer of printing presses, at Glencoe,- HI. July 6 Congressman M. P. Kinkald of O'Neill, Neb., In Washington. July & E. W. Barrett, editor and pro prietor of Birmingham (Ala.) Age-Ker-ald. July 16 Dr. E. J. Wheeler, editor of Current Opinion July 19 Rev. Dr. J. F. Goucher, founder of Goucher college, Baltimore. July 22 Alice Miriam, grand opera star. In New York. July 24 Col. R. W. Guthrie, noted oil man of Pittsburgh, Pa. July 27 Richard M. Birdsall. famous In ventor, in Chicago. July 31 Miss Mary N. Murfres ("Charles Egbert Craddock"). American author. Aug. 1 Former United States Senator Frank S. White of Alabama Aug. 2 Alexander Graham Bell, tn ventor of the telephone. United States Senator WTilllam E. Crow sf Pennsylvania. ' - . Lemuel P. Padgett, former congress man from Tennessee. v Aug. 3 Benjamin S. Donnelley, former famous football star, in New York. Aug. 4. Enver Pasha, ex-war minister of Turkey, killed in battle. Aug. ft Rear Admiral Uriel "Sebree. V. 8. N.. retired. Aug. 12 Arthur Griffith, president of Dail Eireann. in Dublin. Aug. 13 John G. Wooiley, former pro hibition candidate for President, in Spain. Aug. 14 Lord Northcli.fe, noted British Journalist and publisher. Levy Mayer, prominent Chicago law yer and capitalist. Aug. 15. Roll in D. Salisbury, geologist. University of Chicago. Aug. 18 Genevieve Ward, noted Ameri can traced 'enr.e. in London. Aug. 22 Rev. Dr. Henry Cnuden. blind chaplain of the house of representatives ftr 25 years, in Washington. Aug. 25 Albert J. Hopkins, former United States senator from Illinois. Aug. 25 Delavan Smith, publisher of Indianapolis News. Aug. 26 Dr Stephen Smith, founder of American Public Hea'th association. Aug. 27 Franc's S. Peabody. millionaire coal magnate of Chicago. At. ?$ Arthur Dawson. American art ist ar.d critic. Am. 30 Mr. Nellie. Grant Jones, only daughter of Ger. U. S."Grjnt. in Chicago. W. H. Hudson, noted British naturalist and author. Sept. 2 Col. T. E: McCarthy, chief quartermaster of A. E. F-, in Chicaso. The duchess of Albany. H. H. Lawson. Australian novelist and poet. FY W. Dickinson, chief editor Of Reu ter's. . - Sept. 4 Theodore A. B-!l, prominent lawyer and politician of Si Franrisco. . Sept. 5 Bishop Samuel A Fal'ows, head of Reformed Episcopal church, in Chicago. Sept. S J. T. Clark, president Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapol's & Omaha railway. Leon Bor nat, eminent French artist. , Sept. IS Rt. Rev. Cortlandt Whitehead, Prote3tant Episcopal bishop of Pitts burgh. Sept. 19 Garland Stahl. Chicago bank president and former basebail star. ; Sept. 21 Enos Mills, American natural ist and author. i Sept. 26 Thomas Watson. United States senator from Georgia. O.'t. 1 Rear Admiral Charles E. Clark, U. S. N.. retired. Oct. 6 Walker Hill, well known banker of St, LouIb. Mo. Oct, "Marie Lloyd, British comedi enne. Oct i Jorge Montt, former president of Chile. ' - , . - Oct. 10 Isaac Cuggenheim. American copper magnate, m England. . Oct, 13 Mrs. Elizabeth W. Champney. American author. . - . . . : Oct, 22 Dr. Lyman Abbott, editor of Outlook and famous preacher and writer. . Oct, 31 Father Bernard Vaughan, fa-' mous Jesuit preacher, in London. Nov. 1 Thomas Nelson Page, author and former ambassador to Italy. Alfred Capus, leading French Journal-, ist. ' Nov. 2 T. DeWitt Cuyler. prominent railroad man, in Philadelphia. Nov. 7 Jacob Gfmbel, prominent mer chant of Philadelphia. New York " and Milwaukee. Nov. 8 Antonio Lopex Gutierrez, mlru'" ter from Honduras, in Washington. Nov. 9 Mrs. Mary Smith Lockwood. founder of Daughters of Amerkau Rev olution. Nor. 12 Bellamy Storer. former Amer ican diplomat, in Paris. Nov. 14 Richard K. Fox, editor and publisher of the Police Gazette, lu New, York. Nov. 15 E. L. Burlingame. former -editor of Scrihner's Magazine, in New York." Nov. 17 Gen. Luke E. Wright, former -secretary of war and governor general f the Philippines, In Memphis. VT. G. Sharp, former ambassador to France, at Elyrla, O. ' Nov. 19 Frank Bacon. American actor. ' in Chicago. Nov. 20 George 'Bronson Howard, au thor and playwright, at Los Angeles. Nov. 23 Baron Sidney Sonnino. Italian statesman. Henry N. Cary. well known newspaper -man, in Chicago. Nov. 24 John H. Gilmour, American ac tor and musician, at Yonkerg, N. Y. Nov; 25 Frederick G. Nf dritighaus, for mer congressman and Republican nation al committeeman from Missouri. Nov.- 23 Kate Ryan,-veteran American, access, at Boston. . , Nov. 27 G. H, Scidmore. United States consul general at Tokyo.- . . Nov. 30 James R. Mann of Chicago, veteran congressman. . ; William G. Rockefeller, nephew of John D. Rockefeller. . . - Dec. 2 Rear Admiral' John R. Edwards. U. S. N.. retired, at Bristol. It. L Dec. 7 Dr. W. E. Quine. -noted Chteajo physician. tj..,.: w Dr. C. A. Fischer, astronomer Of Trinity college, Hartford. Conn. Dec. 9 Cardinal Igleslas of Spain. L. B. Prince, former governor of New Mexico. ...... - D?c. 12 John Wanamaker, famous mer chant, in Philadelphia. Dec 15 Alexander Robertson, banker of Y. Chicago. , ' - - Dec loJesse M. Overton, capitalist, or" Nashviile, Tenn. , - . James O. Davidson, ex-governor of Wl oot.sin. Lord Marcus Bercsford, noted Engllaa horseman. . . ; ' Dec. 17 Col. A. E. Bradley, former chief suron of the A. E. F, i: i r '- f l- ? I r f i f i I! I i V I i f i I! is 1 1 f! (I ( V J