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RED CLOUD. NEBRA3KA. CHIEF
of the Year 1921
Compiled by E. W. Picltnrd
(, 1921, Weitern Newspnper Union.)
Jnn. 11 United Stntes withdrew ltd rep
esontitives from council of ambassadors.
Jan. 23 President WIIbuii linked that
allies gunruntco Russia from otitsldo iik
Kresslou preliminary to Ida undertaking
mediation for Armenia.
Jun. 25 Supremo council, after reject
Ing proposal to turn AiiBtrla'a llnanclnl
problem over to tlio Luni;uo of Nations,
appointed commlHHlon to examine eco
nomic nt.itus of Kurojio with refer onto
Jim. 'JO Supreme council decided Latvia
und Ksthonla should ho recognized no
Jan. n Sl.iiuiiio council fixed acrmnn
reparations ut 22t!,000,000,000 Kohl marks,
payahlo In annual Installments, and 12
per cent tux on exports during tlio period
Feb. 6 Franco nnd Poland signed mili
tary agreement for aid against Invasion
by Germany and Hussla.
Fob. 19 Azerbaijan declared war on
Georgia, nnd tlio Rods otnrtcd attack,
Thu United fitatos formally withdraw
from the reparations commission.
Feb, 21 Supremo council In London
pncd Neur EtiHt conference
Tchcrnu, rnpltul of Persia, taken by
rebel Cossacks, und the shall made pris
oner. Fob. 23 Lea kuo of Nations council re
ceived protcHt of United Btatcs against In
clusion or Island of Yap In territories sub
jected to inanduto of Japan, ivnd demand
for a volco In dlspouul of former German
Feb. 27 Pannmana defeated Costu
Means In disputed territory of Coto.
March 2 League of Nations council ro
piled to United mutes that It wim not
concerned with the allocation of Yap to
Japan, nnd Invited United States to tuko
part In dlscusflluna on Turkish und Afri
March 3 Ucrinan counter proporalo on
reparations rejected by allied supremo
council no totally Inadeimate. Orniany
given until March 7 to ucccpt terms lulu
down In Paris.
Mnroh S Occupation of German cities
or Uucsscldurf, lmishurg and Knhrort li'
F'reneh tioups cairled out us penalty fm
Ucrmany's falluro to meet reparation du
mauds. March 16 Trade agreement under which
commercial ictatlonn will be ruHUmed b)
llrcut Urltaln and ltussla blgnud ut Lon
don. Allira' reparations commission notified
Merman government It must pay lJf0,M),
9"0 before March 23.
IliiRsIa and Turkey signed treaty; Ar
menia divided among Georgia, Tin key und
March 19 Pcaco signed nt Riga by rep
resentatives of ltussla, Uki alula and Po
land. March 21-Plclilsclte held In Upper Si
lesia to dcterinluu tlio future national
Rtatns of that region. Germany received
KTG.uuo votes and l'oianu ski.gw.
March 2.1 Germany In her reply to ulti
matum of allied reparations commission
infused to pay l,000,loO,wx gold murks due
March 23 ami disputed commission's fig
ures showing halauco of 12,000,WO,U'U
mnrku duo May 1.
Mnrch 25 Greeks begnn offensive against
Turks. In AbIu Minor.
Mnrch 30 Turkey protested to utiles
ngnlnst Greek offensive
April 1 Greeks defeated by Turks nt
April 2 Washington government In
formed Germany United States would
not countonunco Germany's escaping full
responsibility for the war or getting out
of paying us obligations to the limit oi
April 0 Secretary nf Stnto Hughes sent
to allies u notu, taking tlrm stand concern
ing Island of Yup, and inundates In gen
eral. April R French government supported
Unltcl Btatcs In Yap controversy.
April 20 Japanese cublnet declined to
yield on Yap mandate
April 21 Germany asked President liar
ding to act as mediator of reparations
dispute, but he refused.
April 27 Speclllc reparations bill of 132.
OOO.l'OO.WiO gold marks presented to Ger
many by allied commission.
April 23 Italy Indorsed United States
position concerning Yap.
May 2 United States rejected German
reparations proposals its Inadequate.
France called out troops for occupation
of the Ituhr.
May 3 Poles Invaded Upper Silesia and
military law was proclaimed.
May 4 Poles nnd plebiscite control
forces fought In Upper Silesia.
Germnn cabinet resigned as result of
May C Supreme council handed Ger
many reparations ultimatum and protocol,
granting six days for acceptance; German
debt tlxed nt 13J,OOO.OO0.OO gold marks.
May C President Harding rosurncd
American representation In councils of
May 10 Dr. Wlrth formed new ministry
for Germany and the rclchstag voted, 221
to ITS, to accept the allied ultimatum.
May 20 France warned Germany tho
sending of troops or munitions Into Upper
Silesia xould be considered a warlike act.
May 22 Organized "volunteer" forces of
Germans attacked Poles In Upper Silesia
May 23 Trial of four German soldiers
nnd o ftlcer a for war crimes opened In
May 24-Germnny reassured Franco con
cerning Upper Silesia, and Promler lirland
declared he would maintain tho entente
with Great Urltaln. Italy and tho United
Juno 4 Lieut. Neumann, who sank Brit
Ish hospital ship Dover Castle, acquitted
berause he obeyed orders.
Juno 7 Great Britain rejected Ger
many's offer of troops for Upper Silesia,
und British troops begun clearing Poles
from disputed territory.
June 18 Allies ordered Greeks not to nt
taek Turkish Nationalists nt present.
Juno 24 Council of League of Nations
awarded Aland Islands to Finland,
June 25-Gieeco rejected mediation with
Turks, offered by entente, and refused to
Poles ugrecd to allies' plan for Upper
Juno 28 Germany paid 41,000,000 gold
mnrits to reparations commission
June CO Greeks opened offensive against
July 9 Poles and Russians lighting on
Old uermnn-iuu-siun iron1.
July 10jPrcf,ldent Unrdlng Infoimnlly
Invited Great Urltaln, Fiance, Italy and
Japan to confounco on limitation of ur
muments nnd on Far Eastern problem,
In Washington. China included.
July 20 Greeks occupied Esklnhchr, Asia
July 21 Franco - nrltlsh compromise
reached on Sllesian policy.
July 2G Jnpan accepted Invitation to
Washington conference, with certain res
July 27 United States demnnded release
of Amerlcnn prisoners In ltussla,
July 30 Soviet Hussla agreed to release
sll American prisoners In return for
Amerlcnn famine relief.
Aug. 10 Supremo council decided on
strict neutrality concerning the Greco
Aug 11 United Btates sent formal In
vitations to Washington conference on
disarmament nnd Pacllla question, to
open Novunbor II.
Aug. 12 Supremo council decided to re
fer the Upper Sllesian question to the
Leaguo of Nations und to send reinforce
ments to Slk'Bla,
Aug. 19 Russian Bovlcts and American
Relief udmlnlstiatton ugrecd on relief
Aug. 21 United Stntes government noti
fied Panama tho arbitration award ceding
disputed territory to Costa Hlca must be
accepted, und sunt battalion of marines
Aug. 2t Panama agreed to lot Costa
Rica occupy Coto.
Aug. 21 Jnpnn formally nccopted Invita
tion to disarmament conference.
United States peace treaty with Austria
signed In Vienna,
Aug. 15 United Btatcs signed peace
treaty with Germany In Uorlln.
Aug. 27 Turks drovo Greeks buck across
Bakailn river with heavy losses.
Aug. 29-Hostllltlcs opened between
Hungary und Austria concerning frontier.
United Htutcs penco treaty with Hun
gacy signed In Budapest.
Wept. 1 Agreement rcnehod. to dlvldo
Lithuania Into two states, nnn lndeond
ent nnd one controlled by Poland.
Bept. 4-Sovlot Hussla and Afghanistan
Sept. 5 league of Nations assombly mot
In Gcnova and elected II. A. Van Knrne
beck, Holland, president,
Sept. 14 Lcuguo of Nations assembly
elected 11 Judges of International court of
Justice, Including John Bassott Mooru of
tho United States.
Sept. IS Hostilities broke out between
Jugn-Hlavla and Albania.
Sept. 21 Lithuania, Esthonla nnd Latvia
admitted to Ienguo of Nations.
Sept. 24 Allies ordered Hungary to
Kept. 30 German relchstng ratified peace
treaty with United Btates.
Oct, 5 Icngiio of Nations nssembly nil
Journed after re-electing Brazil, China,
liclglilm nnd Spain iionpermnnent mem
bers of council.
Oct. 7 China rejected Japan'H proposals
for settlement of Shantung controversy.
Oct. 10-I)lvlBlon of Silesia decided by
Lcnguo of Nations council.
Oct. IS United Btates senate ratified
trcatlcB of pcoco with Germany, Austria
und Hungnry by vote of M to 20.
Nov, 3 Treaty hctwecn Franco and
Turkish Nationalists announced.
Nov. 7 Orcnt Urltaln entered strong
protest ngnlnst Franco-Turkish accord.
Nov. 8 Council of nmbnssadoro ap
proved boundaries of Albania.
Nov. 9 AUIcd umbassadors ordered
Jugo-Slavs to get out of Albania, but
latter continued their Invasion.
Nov. 12. Conforcnco on limitation of ar
maments nnd Fnr East questions opened
In Wnshlnglon. Secretary of Stnto Hughes
announced tho American plan a navnl
holldny for ten yenrs by Great Urltaln,
Japan nnd tho United States, nnd tlio
scrapping of nil building programs,
Nov 14 President Unrdlng formally
proclaimed pcaco between United States
Nov. 15 Great Britain, Japan, France
nnd Itnly accepted American naval limita
tion plan In principle.
Nov, 1C China, In tho Washington con
ference, asked recognition as an Inde
pendent nation, reipect for territorial
rights, restitution of seized provinces and
regions, abandonment of special foreign
privileges, withdrawal of foreign troops,
permission to govern her own Internal af
fairs, nnd tho open door.
league of Nntlons council met In Paris
Bourgeois of Franco elected president.
Nov. IS Jugo-Slavla accepted the Al
Nov. 21 Premier I3rlnnd presented to
armament conference Franco's reasons
for maintaining largo army, netting forth
her fenrs of aggression by Germany, nnd
delegates of other powers pledged France
their continued support.
Conference committee on Far East
adopted "bill of rights" for China.
Nov. 25 Powers In Washington confer
ence agreed In prlnclplo to abolition of
extraterritorial rights In China.
Doc. 10-Unlted States. Great Britain,
Japan nnd France, In Washington con
ference, ngrced on trcnty to stabilize
penco In the Pacific, to last ten years;
Anglo-Japanese nlllnnco to bo nbrognted
Dec. 12 Four-power Pacific peace treaty
Dec. ir,-Unlted State-s. Great "Britain
nnd Japan agreed on "B-D-3 " navni rauo,
with modifications, and on plan to main
tain status quo In Pacific fortifications
and naval buses with exceptions
Dec. II Germany told allies she could
not pay January Installments of repara
tions. Dec. 1C Franco made unexpected de
mands for naval strength.
Jan. 9 British unearthed Irish plot to
blow up tho houses of parliament.
Jnn. 12 Icygucs ministry overthrown by
t'ronch chamber of deputies.
Jun. 1C lirland madu premier of France.
Jun. 22 Irish leaders opened "major of
fensive" iiL'iiinst British forces.
Feb. 4 Greek cublnet headed by Illuil
Feb. 5. Sultan of Turkey deposed as
head of Mohammedan religion by Islam
itlc congress ut Slvas und Emir F'clsal
Fob. 27 Widespread revolt agnlntt sovi
et ruto In parts of Hussla.
March 8 During bombardment of woilc
mgmun'H quarters In Moscow by Bolshev
ist artillery several hundred persons were
Killed or wounded.
I'.duaido luto, premier and minister of
marine, assassinated at Mudrld. Spain,
Muicli 14 Six Sinn Fein prisoners con
victed of complicity In killing of British
soldiers In Ireland hanged In Mount Joy
March 15 Tnlaat Pasha, former giund
vlzlur und Turkish minister of finance,
assassinated by Aimenlan In Berlin.
March 24 Fltty communists mid police
men killed lp Bed revolt In Industrial re
gions of central Germany.
March 27 Former ICmperor Charles
mndo attempt to regain throne of Hun
gmy, but Hegent Horthy refused to yield.
March 30 Czechoslovakia, Jugu-Siuvla
and Rumania mobilized to prevent res
toration of Charles.
April 1 Allies' council of ambassadors
wnrned Hungary tho restoration of the
Hupsbiirgo would not bo tolerated, and
Hungarian national unhombly condemned
attempted coup of Charles.
Lord Talbot, leading British Roman
Catholic, appointed lord lieutenant of
Coal miners of Great Britain struck.
April 0 Former Emperor Charles left
Hungary for Switzerland.
April 7 Dr. Sun Yat Sen elected Piesl
dent of Republic of South China.
April 9 National Uuuk of Cuba sus
pended April 14 British transport workers and
railway men decided not to Join In
April 17 U. S. government decided Dr.
Alfredo Kayas was elected president of
Cuba in November.
April 18 Province of Ontario, Canada,
voted "bone dry."
April 29-AIfrodo Zayas proclaimed
Prebldent-eloct of Cuba.
British coal strike negotiations aban
doned. May 10 Dr. Wlrth became German
May 22 Serious antl-Brltlsh outbreak
In Alexandria. Egypt.
May 23 Dublin custom houso burned by
Vladivostok seized by antl-Bolshcvlsts.
June 7 Now parliament of Northern
Iiel.ind organized In Belfast.
June 22 King Georgo formally opened
the Ulster parliament.
June 25 Lloyd George Invited Do Vol
era to a eonftirenco on Ireland.
July 9 Do Valcra agreed to conference
in Loudon and cessation of all hostilities
In Ireland wus announced.
Julv 21-Do Vulein. received British of
fer for settlement of Irish troubles and
tool; it to Dublin.
Aug. 9 Sovlut Russlnn government
abandoned state owni-rMilp of nil but n
few of tho largest Industries.
Aug. 11 Baron Byng of Vlmy Ridge In
nuguiated governor goneral of Canada.
Aug. 21 Alexander proclaimed king of
tho Serblnns. Croats and Slovenes.
Aug 2Vi:mlr l'olsal became king of tho
Jrak region, tho new Arab stnto of .Meso
potamia Aug. 20 -Tho Irish refused Britain's of
fer nnd Lloyd Georgo warned them
against delaying settlement.
Alnthlv" Erzberger, German statesman,
Aug. 27 Mnlabnr district of British In
dia put under military rule becaubo of to
nous rioting by Mopluhs,
Sept. 7 British cabinet, In nnswer to
Sinn Fein note, asked Do Valcra to send
delegates to another conference on Sept.
20, imposing condition that Ireland must
remain within tho cmpflo.
Sept. 14-Norwuy prohibited Importation
of liquors nnd wines contuliilfig more thuu
14 per cent alcohol,
Lloyd George received reply from Do
Vnlera Inslbtlng on Ireland's right to se
cede, and thereupon canceled tho proposed
Bept. 23 Lloyd Georgo again Invited
Blnn Fein to conference In London on
Oct. 2 Spanish troops killed a thousand
rebellious Moors In battle,
Oct. 10 Central American Union, com
prising Salvador, Honduras and Nica
Oct. II Btltlsh-Irlsh conferenco opened
Oct. 19 Portuguese ministry overthrown
by military coup nnd uovcrnl cabinet
members killed. New ministry formed
by Manuel Coeiho.
Oct, 21 Premier Ionln of Russia nd
mlttcd economic defent of communism.
Kx-Emperor Charles and Ills wife went
to Hungary by nlrplano nnd Charles was
proclaimed king. Little entente began
preparations to attack
Oct. 24 Regent llorthy's army defeated
tho Cnrllsts near Budapest. Charles,
'Ala, Count Andrassy and other leaders
Oct. 2C-Dr. Wlrth formed new minis
try for Germany.
Oct. 29 Council of nmbn.ssudorn ordered
llttlo entente to cease war threats ugalnst
Hungary, nnd demnnded that Hungary
ui render Charles.
Oct. 30 President Condrn of Paraguay
resigned owing to revolutionary move
ment. Nov. 1 Former Kmperor Charles tak
en to oxllo nt Fnncli.il, Madeira.
Potlurlst Insurgents, Invading Ukralno
from Rumania, enptured Kamlnctz-Po-dolsk
nnd nil of Podollu.
Nov. 3 Premier Harn of Japan assas
sinated. Nov. G Hungarian national nsaombly
passed law dethroning Charles and oust
ing tho Hnpsburg dynasty.
Alexander sworn In ns king of Jugo
slavia. Nov. 12 Viscount Takaliashl made pro
mler of Japan.
Nov. 15 Seven hundred Moplah rebels
killed by Gurkha gnrrlson In India.
Nov. 17 Sorlous riots marked .arrival of
prince of Wales In Bombay.
Nov. 22 Engagement of Princess Mary
of England and Viscount Luscoltcs an
nounced. Nov. 2.1 Crown- Prince Illrohlto mado
regent of Japan.
Nov. 26 Iord Chancellor Birkenhead re
vealed Britain's offer to Ireland of full
dominion status with reservations con
cerning tariff and nnvnl facilities.
Nov. 29-Ulster rejected British plan for
Dec. C British and Sinn Fein signed
treaty creating tho Irish Freo State, with
in tho emplro.
Canada Liberals won parliamentary
elections, overthrowing Mclghcn govern
ment. President Herrnra of Guatemala ousted
Dec. 7 King Georgo freod nil Interned
Dec. S Do Valcrn denounced tho Irish
Dec. 14 Ulster cabinet refused to enter
trlsh Freo State.
Dec. 1G British parliament ratified tho
Jan. 1 President Wilson sent Oon,
Crowdcr to confer with President of Cuba
on conditions In tho Inland.
Jan. 3-Presldotit Wilson vetoed bill to
rovlvo War Finance corporation and son
uto repassed It.
Cnpltol building of West Virginia do
fit royed by fire.
Jan. 4 Houso passed bill to rovlvo War
I'lunncu corporation, over President's
Jnn, 9 President-elect Harding re
signed ob U. H. senator from Ohio.
Jan. 17 Congress, set limit of regular
army at 173.0W) men.
Jun. 19-Houso decided Its membership
bhould not bo increased; 11 states lose
and eight gain representatives.
Jan. 22 feovlet Russian "Ambassador"
Mai tens and his staff deported.
Jan. 24 Senate passed the packers' reg
Jun. 31 Supremo court hold Judge Land
Is had no lawful right or power to pre
bldu over trial of Victor Berger and oili
Feb. 6 Piesldent votood army reduction
resolution nnd huuso repassed It.
Feb. 7 Senate repassed army reduction
Fob. 1 Senato passed emergency tar
Feb. 19 Harding announced appojjity
ment of Charles K. Hughes ns secretary
Feb. 2111. M. Daugherty appointed at
torney general by Harding, and Henry
P. Fletcher named under-sccretary of
Feb. 22 Harding completed his cabinet
by selecting Edwin Dcnby for secretary
of the navy; Herbert Hoover, secretary
uf commerce, and James J. Duvls, secre
tary of labor, Andrew Mellon, secretary
of the treasury. John XV. Weeks, secre
tary of war; Will Hays, postmaster gon
eral; Henry C. Wallace, hecrctury of ag
riculture, and Albert U. Full, secretury of
Fob, 2 Senato adopted resolution re
pealing wartime, laws.
March 3 President Wilson vetoed emer
gency tariff lilll.
March I Warren G. Harding Inaugu
rated President of tho United States.
March U Ohio National Guardsmen
quell liico riot ut Springlleld, O.
March 26- Eighteen men indicted In Chi
cago In connection with baseball bean
dal. James C. D.ivls of lown appointed di
rector general of railways.
Mnrch 2S Supreme court held profits
from enlo of corporato stock ml bonds
und capital assets are taxable us Income,
Apill 11 Congress met In extra session.
Telephone communication between Unit
ed States und Cuba opened by Presidents
Harding and .Menooal.
U. 8. .Supremo court lefuscd to revlow
convictions of Haywood and 79 other I.
April 12 Immediate declaration by con
gress of pence with Jerm:iny. comploto
i ejection of the League of Nations cove
nant, und ultlmuto ratification of such
p.utti of the Versailles treaty ns Involve
Amerlcnn rights and intercuts proposed
by President Harding In his messago to
April 11 Georgo Harvey and Myron I).
Hcrrlcl: nominated uinbiiHsadors to Great
Britain and Franco, lespectlvely.
April 15 House passed emergency tar
Frank White. North Dakota, appointed
treasurer of United States.
April 22 Houso passed emergency Immi
April :s Nntlonal budget bill passed by
Apill 2S Houso passed naval bill car
April 30 Senato ndoptcd Knox resolu
tion declaring war with Germany and
Austria at an cud.
May 2 U. H. Supreme court sot aside
conviction of Senator Truman S. New
berry of Michigan and lfi others for al
leged violation of feileial rot nipt prac
tices uet, holding tho act void,
May 3 Senate passed Immigration bill.
May 5 Houso passed tho budget bill.
May 10 House passed army appropila
tlon bill, reducing army to lW.OOU.
May 11 Semite passed thu emergency
May VI House passed Tlncher bill to
regu'ate dealings In grain futures.
Gen. Pershing made chief of Btnff of
May 17-Gcncral reduction of nil railway
wages decided on by federal railway la
RKhard Wnshburn Child nomlnntcd am
bassador to Italy, und Dr. Jacob Gould
Schurman minister to China.
May 25 Senuto adopted unanimously
Burah disarmament amendment to navnl
Censorship of press by Post Ofllco de
May 31-Grent inco riots In Tulsa, Okln,;
K killed, many wounded; negro quurtor
of city burned,
Juno 1 Senato passed navy appropria
tion bill carrying m.0W.W0.
Juno 2 Houso passed meat packer con
Senate' passed !G0,O.O00 farm loan bill,
June 8 A. D. Lasker of Chicago ap
pointed chairman of U. S. shipping board.
John T. Adams of Iowa elected chair
man Republican national committee.
Senato pissed army bill, providing for
army of 150,000.
June 11 Roy A. Hnyncs, Ohio, took of
llco aa national prohibition commissioner.
Juno 13 Hpuso adopted Porter resolu
tion declaring wnr wttli Germany und
June 17 Senate passed meat packer con
Juno 22 Charles a. Dawes made direc
tor of federal budget.
Juno 21 Secretary of the Navy Dcnby
fiubllcly reprimanded Admiral Sims for
ndlscreet utterances In Iondon speech.
C. II. Warren of Detroit appointed am
hapsador to Japan and W. M. Collier of
Washington nmbnssador to Chile.
June 27 House passed supplementary
prohibition law barring medicinal beer
Juno 30 William Howard Tuft made
chief Justice of Supremo court of U. B.
Houso adopted modlflod resolution de
claring war with Germany ended.
July 1 Senate adapted pcaco resolution,
July 2 President Harding signed the
July C-Senntor J. O. Wolcott of Dela
ware resigned to become, chancellor of
July 7 Gen. T. Colcmnn Du Pont ap
pointed senator from Delaware.
July 16 Semite shelved soldier bonus
bill Indefinitely at President's request.
July 20-Senate passed thu Hwcet bill
for soldiers' rellof bureau.
Gov. Small und Llout. Gov. Sterling of
Illinois Indicted on charges of fraud nnd
embezzlement of stnto funds.
July 21 Houso passed tho tariff hill.
Aug. 4 Senato passed agricultural cred
its bill. i
Aug. S-Senato passed bill prohibiting
medical beer and otherwise amending the
Aug. 9 Sweet soldier relief bill signed
by President and Col. C. It. Forbes mado
director of tho veterans' bureau.
Bill for federal regulation of boards of
trado passed by senate.
Aug. 20 Tax rovlslon bill passed by
Aug. 22-Scnato passed rullroad adminis
Aug. 24 Congress recessed until Sept.
21 after passing S4S,500,C0O shipping board
deficiency bill nnd tho billion-dollar farm
exports credit bill, and extending tiro
dye cmbnrgn to Jan. 1. 1922.
Aug. 30 President Harding issued proc
lamation ordering bauds of West Virginia
mlnera to cense Insurrectionary move
ments und disperse
Sopt. 2 Regular army troops sent Into
tho West Virginia mlno region.
Gen. Leonard Wood accepted post of
governor goneral of Philippines.
Sept. 3 West Virginia Insurgents sur
rendered to U. S. troops.
Kept. 9 President Harding appointed
Charles 13. Hughes, Henry Cabot Lodge,
Ellhti Root and Oscar W. Underwood to
represent U. S. In conforcnco on limita
tion of armaments and Far Eust ques
tions. Sept. 20 Holm O. Bur8um elected U. S.
senator from Now Mexico.
Sept. 21 Congress reconvened and Pres
ident Harding submitted treaties with
Germany, Austria and Hungary.
J. C. Grow nominated minister to
Switzerland, and Dr. J. D. Prlnco of New
Jersey minister to Denmark.
Sept. 20 Conrercnco oh unemployment
opened In Washington.
Sept. 27 Flfty-ilfth nnnunl encampment
G. A. R. opened In Indlannpolls.
Sept. '29 Lewis 8. Pllcher of Brooklyn
elected commander-in-chief of G. A. It.
Sept, 30 Shipping board nnd Emeigcncy
Fleet corporation separated.
Oct. 3 John Barton Pnyno appointed
chairman of American Red Cross.
William H. Taft sworn In ns chief Just
ice of Supremo court.
Oct. 4 Pres'dent Harding nppolntcd the
following ministers: To Panama, Dr.
John Glover South of Kentucky; to Nic
aragua, John E. Ramer of Colorado; to
Venezuela. Willis O. Cook of South Da
kota; to Guatemala, Roy Davis of Mis
souri; to Czechoslovakia, Levl Elnutcln
of New York; to Bulgaria, Charles S.
Wilson of Maine; to Finland. Charles I.
Kngry of Kansas, nnd to Slam, Edward
13. Brodlo of Oregon.
Oct, G Laurltr. S. Swenson of Minnesota
appointed minister to Sweden.
Oct. 10 Senate paused Bornh bill ex
empting American coastwlso shipping
from payment of Panama canal tolls.
Oct. 15 Leonard Wood Inaugurated gov
ernor general of Philippines.
Oct. 29 Governor brazier nnd other
Nonpartisan league state officials of North
Dakota ousted by rccnll election.
Oct. 31 American Legion convention
opened In Knnsas City.
Nov. 1 Cordoll Hull of Tennessee
elected chairman of Democratic national
Nov. 2 Llout Col. Hnnford MncNlder
of Mason City. la., elected national com
mander of Amerlcnn Legion.
Nov. 5 Soldier bonus bill defented In
Nov. 7 Tax Revision bill passed by
Nov. S John F. Hylnn re-elected may
or of New York. E. Leo Trlnklo elected
governor of Virginia. Democrats won In
Senate extended emergency tnrlff act
Nov. 9 America's unknown dead soldier
reached Washington mid lay In stuto be
neath the domo of the cnpltol.
J. XV. Riddle of Connecticut appointed
ambassador to Argentina.
Nov. 11 America's Unknown Soldier
buried at Arlington on Armlstico day.
Nov. IS Sonata adopted conferenco re
port on nntl-beer bill.
Nov. 19 Houso passed tho maternity
Nov. 21 House adopted conferenco re
port of tax bill.
Nov. 22 Porto Rico asked tho removal
of Governor E. Mont Belly as "Incom
petent und prejudiced."
Nov. 23 Tnv nnd antl-bcer bills wcro
enacted Into law and special session of
Nov. 29 Wood-Forbes commission re
ported against Immediate Independence
for tho Philippines and recommended
strengthening hnnd of American govern
Dec 5 i.'oncress met In regular session
President Harding submitted to con
gress the first national budget, for gov
ernment expenses of 1923. allowing reduc
tion of hnlf a billion.
Doe. C President Harding In message
suggested labor court to end strikes, de
velop, lent of co-operative marketing
nmong farmers, decentralisation of Indus
try, modification of tho American valua
tion schomn In tariff bill, and other rem
Jan. 3-Suprcmo Court of United States
held that labor unions or their members
are accountable to tho anti-trust luws
where they depart from their "normal
and legitimate objects nnd engage In nn
actual combination or conspiracy in re
straint of trade."
Jnn. 12 National conferenco of state
manufacturers' associations pledged sup
port for open shop movement.
Jan. 31 Railway executives asked that
"natlonnl working ugreomonts" bo abro
gated, und railroad brotherhoods up
pealed to President Wilson to prevent
Feb. G President Wilson declined to In
terfere In railway wage controversy.
Murch 6 Wngo decrenses of V2, to 15
per cent, nffectlng over 100,000 employees
of pucklng Industry In all part3 of the
United Stutcs. announced.
Mnrch 23 Representatives of packing In
dustry and Its employeos reached agree
ment at Washington and prevented
Mnrch 31-Coal minors of Great Britain
wont on strlko and stato of emergency
wns proclnlmcd by the king.
'April 16 Railway labor board ordered
national working agreements terminated
on July 1.
May 1 Mny dny strikes and lockouts
Involved tho building trades of Chicago,
Job printers of tho country, marine work
ers of Atlantic coast and livestock han
dlers of Chicago.
May 3 United States Steel corporation
announced wngo cut of 20 per cent for
day labor and reduction of other wages
May B-Strlko of Chlcngo stock handlers
and Job printers ended.
May 30-Unlon bakers of Chicago struck.
May 31 Railway labor board annnuncod
wage reduction averaging 12 por cent.
Juno 10 lockout of Chicago building In
dustries ended, Judge Landls chosen ar
biter of wngo scale.
Juno 25 Railway shopmen voted to re
ject wngo reduction,
Juno 24-Urltlsh coal miners' strlko sot
tied. Railway labor board nbotlshed tlmo-nnd-n-half
pay for overtime work, but
extended other national agreements In
definitely. July 13 Rail labor board ordered wages
of railway express employees reduced
six cents an hour on August 1.
Aug. 19 United States Steel corporation
announced further wage i eduction for un
Sept. 7 Judge l-indls, as arbiter for
building trades of Chicago district, re
duced wages 10 to 3i per cent and estab
llshed new working rules nnd conditions.
Sopt. 15 Big packing companies In
stalled shop representation system,
Sopt. 20 Open shop for carpenters es
tablished In Chicago.
Oct. 15 General railway strlko called,
to stnrt October 30.
Oct. 22 Nino iilllnd unions refused to
support strlko by rail brotherhoods.
Oct. 25 Railway labor board nnnounced
It would not consider wage cut icqnests
until nil working rule questions had been
Oct. 2S Railway strlko order cancelled
by brotherhood chiefs,
Nov. 1 Milk wagon drivers of New
York district struck.
Nov, 11-Onrinenl wotkers of New York
Tin no thousand teamsters of Chicago
Nov. 1(1 Chicago teamsters' strike ended.
Nov. IS Packing houso employees, un
der shop representation plan, voluntarily
voted a 10 per cent cut In wages.
Dec, 1 Open shop principle for railroad
shop crafts tccognlzed In working rules
handed down by railway labor board.
Doe 6 Packing ludustiy butchers utruck
in somo cities.
Supn-mo Court of United States ruled
plckotlng Is Illegal, but organizing In non
union plants Is legal.
Dec. 7 Fatol strlko riots at Chicago
Dec. 9 Eastern rallronds served notlco
of rodtictlou of wages for 750,000 employees.
Dec. 14 Kansas state troops culled out
to check riots of striking miners.
Jan. 1 California university defeated
Ohio Stato at football. 2S-0.
,DuvIb cup won by Tlldcn and Johnston,
.unci nan icum, in wrw .euianu.
Jan. 12 Baseball magnates signed agree
ment giving Juugo Landls full powers us
head of tho commission.
Jan. 14-Bonny Leonard, lightweight
champion, defeated Rlchlo Mitchell.
F'eb. 7 Jack Brltton, welterweight cham
pion, defoated Ted Lewis of England.
April 13 Baseball Fcason opened.
May 30 Tommy Milton In a Fiontcnac
won Indianapolis 500-mile nuto race
Juno 4-Unlverslty of Illinois won West
ern conferenco field und track meet.
W. T. Tlldcn of Philadelphia won Inter
national tennis championship at Paris.
Juno 0 Suzanne Lengleii beat Molla
Mallory for woman's tenuis championship
Juno G University of Illinois won West
ern conferenco baseball championship.
Juno IS University of Illinois won Nn
tlonnl collegiate athlotlc meet.
Amcrlcun team defeated British In first
Juno 22 American team defeated British
in second and Hnnl gama of polo.
Juno 24 Jock Hutchison, America, and
Roger Withered. England, tied for British
open golf championship.
Ynlo defeated Hurvnid In annual boat
Juno 25 Hutchison won play-off for
British golf championship.
July 2 Jack Dempsey knocked ont
Georges Caipentler of Franco in fourth
round of world's championship battle ut
July 4 W. T. Hayes of Chicago won clay
court singles tennis championship.
July 1G Charles Evans, Jr., of Chlcngo
again won western amateur golf cham
pionship. July 22 James M. Barnes won national
open golf championship at Washington.
July 23-Yale-Harvard athletes defeated
July 25 Pcto Herman won bantamweight
title from Joe Lynch.
July 27 Bryan Downey knocked out
Johnny Wilson in fight for middleweight
Aug, 2 Former members of Chicago
White Sox and others acquitted of con
spiracy to "throw" tho 1919 world scries
Aug. 2G Walter Hagcn of Now York
won Western Open Golf championship, at
Ellis Haak of Canton. O.. won Grand
American Trnpshootlng handicap.
Sopt. 3 American tennl3 team won
Davis cup, defeating Japanese.
Sept. G Miss America II ret world's rec
ord for water craft by making S0.CG7 inllea
an hour at Dctiolt.
Sept. 19 William Tlldcn II won national
Spt. 21 Jesso Guilford of Boston won
national amateur golf championship.
Sept. 29 New York Giants won National
Oct. 1 New York Yankees won Amerl
cnn league pennant
Oct G Peter Mnnnlng trotted world's
record mile In 1:57.
Oct. 8 Miss Marlon Holllns of New York
won national women's golf championship.
Oct. 13 New York Giants won world's
Oct. 24 Halifax schooner Bluenoiie won
international fishermen's race.
Nov 19 University of Iowa won West
ern conference football championship.
Harvard defeated Ynlo.
Nov, 23 Jake Schaefcr won world's
balk-lino championship, defonting Hoppc
Dec. 17 John Layton won three-cushion
championship from Angle Kleckhofcr.
Jan. 15 Twelve navy scaplnnes com
pleted flight from San Diego, Cal., to the
April 27 J. T. ChrUtcnscn, president of
Associated Air Mall Pilots, killed In crash
Juno 1 Air mall routes, except New
York-San Francisco, ordered abandoned.
Juno 5 Laura Bromwcll, famous nvla
trlx, killed by fall of plane.
Sept. 20 Swiss balloon won International
raco cup, traveling from Brussels to Dub
Sept 23 Lieut J. A. MncReody made
world's altitude record, 40.B00 feet, at Day
Nov. 3 Albert Acosta won Pulitzer
trophy at Omaha, flying 150 miles at aver
ago speed of 170 miles nn hour, world rec
ord for closed course.
Jan. 1 John XV. Steele, "Coal Oil
Jonnny." ut Fort Crook, Neb.
Dr. Theobald von Bethmann-Hollwcgg,
former Imperial Ucrinan chancellor.
Jan. 7 James G. Scrlpps, newspaper
publisher. In California.
Jan. 13 Henry Rcinhardt, American art
collector und denier.
Jnn. 21 Congressman Charles Booher of
Mary W. Whltnoy, astronomy profcssoi
emeritus nt Vnsbar.
Jan. 29-Frnnk I. King, grnln man and
philanthropist, In Toledo. O.
Rear Admiral 12. XV, Taussig, U. S. N.,
Jan. 30 John Francis Murphy, Amcrl
cun landscape painter.
Jan. 31 Fiederlck II. Parkhurst, gover
nor of Maine.
Feb. 8 Prince Kropotkln, Russian Nihi
Feb. S-Prof. Barrett Wendell of Har
Feb. 9 James Gibbons Huncker, author
ami music cimc, in New York.
Feb. 12 Bishop J. P. Farrolly of Romnn
Catholic diocese of Cleveland, O.
F'eb. 14-Dr. A. D. Hepburn, former
president of Miami university, at Oxford.
Fob. 22 XV, F. McCombs. former Demo
crntlc national chairman, In Greenwich,
Fob. 24-Dr. F. J. V. Skiff, director of
Field museum, Chicago.
March 1 Nicholas I, king of Monte
negro. Murch 2 Representative Champ Clark
of Missouri, former speaker.
March 8 Thomas II, Payntor, former
United States Bunator from Kentucky, at
March 11 S. XV, Burnham. retired pro
fessor of astronomy at University of Chi
cago, ut Chlcngo.
March 17 Dr. Frank W. Ounsaulus, cdu
catur, lecturer, minister, at Chicago
March 19 Bert Lcston Taylor, Journal
ist, in Chicago.
Mnrch 21 James Cardinal Gibbons, arcn
blshop of Baltimore and primate of the
American Catholic hierarchy, (it Balti
March 29 John Burroughs, American
Levi Ankeny, former United States sen
ator from Washington.
April 3 Annlo Loulso Cary, once famous
prima donna, In Norwallt, Conn.
April G-M. D. Berlitz, founder of lan
guage schools, In New York. .,.,
April 8-Julie Opp (Mrs. William Fnver
sham), ncticss. In New York,
April 9-ArchblBhop Walsh of Dublin.
Sydney Flshor, Cnnndlan statesman.
April 10-Fedeial Judge J. C. Prllclmrd.
former United States senator, at Ashovllie,
April U-Augusta Victoria, former em
press of Germany. .. ,
April 18-Marshall M. Klrkmati. railroad
authority and author, In Chicago.
April 27-Mrs. Lucy Flower, pioneer edu
cator of Wisconsin and Chicago.
April CO-John Bobtnson, retired circus
owner, nt Miami, Fin. .
Mny 3-Dr. W. R. Brooks, discoverer of
innny comets, nt Geneva. N. Y.
May 16 Former United States Senator
T. 11. Catron of New Moxlco.
May 17-W. W. Canada, for 19 years
United Status consul tit Vera Cruz, Mox
lco. May lS-Franklln K. Lane, former sec
retin y of thn Interior, at Rochester, Minn.
May 19-Edward D. White chief Justice
of United States Supremo court, In Wash
Mny 21-Mrs. Ella I. Rood, founder of
Audubon Boclety, In Chicago.
May 25-Emllo Combes, French states
man. . .
If. B. Ledyard, chairman Michigan Cen
tral board. ,
Mny 2&-Dr. M. R. Vcsnltch. Jugo-Slav
Very Rev. Dr. Andrew Morrlsscy, co
adjutor general of. tho Congregation ot
the Holy Cross and former president of
Notro Damn university.
Mny 29-Dt Ik. Gen. Hornco Portor, Civil
war veteran and diplomat In New York.
Juno C-Rt. Hon. William T. Crooks,
labor lender of England.
Junn 7-Atvln T. Hcrt, Republican na
tional committeeman from Kentucky.
Brig. Gen. J. XV. Ruckman nt Brook
Juno S-Col. F. W. Galbralth, Jr., na
tional commander of American Legion,
killed In automobllo accident at Indlan
npolls. June 9-Col. William Hester, prosldcnt
Brooklyn Pally Eagle
Juno 13 Gen. Joso Gomez, former presi
dent o'f Cuba. In New York.
It. C. Idc, former governor general ot
June 15 Judgo XV. A. Blount of Florida,
president American Bar association.
Juno 1G William 13. Mason. congrcBs-mnn-nt-largo
Juno 22 Dr. Morris Jastrow, Jr., au
thority on Semitic literature
Gen. C. It, Tuylor, editor of Boston
Juno IS Prof. Ellas Colbert veteran
Journalist and astronomer of Chicago.
Charles J. Bonaparte or Baltimore, for
mer cabinet member.
June 29 Lndy Randolph Churchill. In
Juno 30 MaJ Gen. Edward Fielding,
vice president Volunteern of America.
July 3 John F. Wallace, famous en
gineer. In Washington.
July 15 Dr. W. E. Stone, president Pur
due university, killed In mountain climb
July 24 .Judge ScptlmuB Ilnnua, lender
In Christian f-'clenco church.
July 29 Robert E. Burke, former Demo
cratic leader of Chicago.
Charles B. Cory, ornithologist at Ash
July 31 Edgar Snltus, author, In Now
Aug. 2 Enrico Caruso, operatic tenor.
In Naples. Italy.
Aug. fi John G. Jenkins, Wisconsin Jur
ist nt Milwaukee-.
Congressman It A. Jnnws of Virginia.
Aug. 8 Thomas S. I lowland, vlco presi
dent Chicago. Burlington & CJuincy rail
way. In Boston.
John D. Sprecklcs. Jr., In Ban Fran
cisco. Aug. 11 William C. Hook of Kaunas,
Aug. 13 Samuel P. Colt, rubber manu
fact uter. nt Bristol, R. I.
Aug. 17 King Peter of Serbia, at Bel
grade. Aug. 19 MaJ. Gen. Harry A. Greene, U.
S. A., retired, at Oakland. Cal.
Demctrlos Rliallys, former premier ot
Aug. 33 Sir Sam Hughes, Canadian
Aug. 25 Peter Cooper Hewitt American
Inventor. In Paris.
Ailg. 31 Field Marshal Count von Bue
low, in Berlin.
Sept 2 Austin Dobson, English poet
Sept. 11 Murquis of Mllford Haven
(Prince Louis of Battenberg), in Loudon.
Former United Stntes Senator George
P. Wctmore of Rhodo Island.
Sept. 15 Peer O. Strommo, Journalist
and author, nt Mndloon, Wis.
Sept IS lit. Rev. Thomas O'Gorman,
Catholic bishop of Sioux Falls, 8. D.
Sept 21 Sir Ernest Cussel, British
Sept. 2S Engelbert Humperdlnck, Ger
Oct. 1 Former Federal Judgo P. B.
uroHscuji oi i. men go, at sea.
Oct. 2 David S. Blspham,
uaritonc, in rxow. YorK.
I'ormer King Wllllum II of Wurtcm
berg. Oct. 12 Philander Cnso Knox, United
Status senator from Pennsylvania.
Oct. 18-Ludwtg III, founcr kins of
Oct 2l-MaJ. Gen. XV. XV. Wotherapoon.
U. S. A., retired.
Oct 23Dr. W. M. King, president
emeritus of Cornell college, Iowa.
Nov. 3 Dan It Uaunn, capitalist nnd
publisher of Cloveland, O.
Nov. 6 Rev. Antoinette L. B. BlackwcCj
first woman ordained ua minister In Uni
ted States, nt Elizabeth, N. J.
Nov. 1J-C. it. Prior, pioneer railway
builder, in Minneapolis.
Mrs. Georgo J. Gould (Edith Klngdon).
at l-nkcwood, N. J.
Nov. 20 Lawrence C. Earl. American
painter, nt Grand Rnplds, Mich.
Nov. 22 Chrlstlno Nllsson, Countess de
Cusa Miranda, operatic soprano, in Co
penhagen. Henry M. Hyndman, British Socialist
Nov. 21 Ernest Wndsworth Longfellow.
nrtlBt and last surviving son of tlio pool
Longfellow, In Boston.
Nov. 27-LIeut Col. C. W. Whlttlesoy,
hero of "lost battalion," suicide nt sea.
Nov. 28 Abdul Buha Abbas, leader of
the Bahalsts, at Haifa, Syria.
Nov. 29 Ivan Caryll. musical comedy
composer. In Now York.
lird Mount Stephen, creator of Cana
d'nn Pacific railway system,
Dec. 10 sir Arthur Pearson, noted Eng
Victor Jacob!, composer. In Now York.
Dee. 11 Earl of Hnlsbury, former Brit
ish lord hlch chancellor,
Dec. 12 II. Clay Evana of Tennessee,
former commissioner of pensions.
Dec. 15 Congressman J. A. F:iston of
John XV. Duntlcy. millionaire manufac
turer of pneumatic tools, In Chicago.
Dec. IG-Cnmlllo Snlnt-Saens, French
composer and musician,
Jan. 18 Pnchucu, Mexico, Inundated by
breaking of dam; many killed or Injured.
Jan. 20 British HUbmarlno and crew of
Jan. 24 Four-mllllon-dollar flro In busi
ness section of Athens, Ga.
F'eb 2G United States destroyer Woolsey
sunk In collision off Panama. 1G lost.
F'cb 27 Thlrty-Buven killed and mnny
Injured In railway collision nt Portor, ind
.March 2G Thousand houses destroyed by
tlru In Tokyo, Japan.
April 1 Flro In Manila rendered 13,000
homeless; ilamnga 1,000,000.
Apill H I'our thousand buildings de
stroyed by flro In Hakodate, Japan.
April IB Hundred killed by tornado In
May 29 United States nmbulanco piano
wrecked in storm at Indian Head, neur
Washington: Llout Col. Archie Mlllor,
foimcr Congressman Maurice Connolly, u.
A. llatclieldcr und four army ofiicors
June 3 Terrible floods In eaRtern Colo
rado killed hundreds of persons In Pueblo
and el&uwhcre and caused vast property
I r a tj A a
Aug G Steamer Alaska wrecked near
Eureka, Cal.: 4S lives lost
Aug. 21-ZR-2, giant dirigible built In
England for United States, broke In two
and exploded over Hull on trial trip- 16
killed. Including 111 members of American
Sept 10 Dlbastrous flood In Snn Antonio,
Tex., and vicinity; several hundred lives
Sept. 21 About 1.W0 killed, thousands in
ured and town of Onpnu, Germany, de
stroyed by explosion In nitrate plant
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