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You can learn at home without intprfpriug with your regular work, by my higlily successful 
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What was responsible for their re- 
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action of tbe goverii- 

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bat (he senate niaje.od 

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,ie control of their 

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TUB "Limited" was held up by a 
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dress. How in the world did you do it?" 

Bill lauighed. "It's a long story — old 
■man — but, I think, a mighty interesting 
one. 

"Up until about a year ago I was a 
stammerer of the worst kind. Do you 
rememiber in school how the fellows 
made fun of me? I guess that was one 
of the reasons why I got poor marks. I 
knew (my lessons but was always afraid 
to get up on my feet and recite. The 
only tests I could ever pass were writ- 
ten ones. 

"When I got out of school I came up 
here and went to work for the White 
Company. I don't know how I ever got 
the job or held it, because every time 
I was asked a question I got nervous 
and before I could make a reply my 
questioner would turn to someone else 
for the information he desired. I lal- 



ways knew what I wanted to say but 
somehow I couldn't get it out. 

"Well, other fellows — who did not 
know the business half as well as I did 
— began to pass me in both salary and 
position. While they moved up, I stood 
still at the sarne old job and earning 
the same small beginner's salary. 

"I couldn't afford to make a stand for 
myself before the boss. If I had I would! 
have been fired. The White Company 
had no important places for men who 
couldn't talk. I had big ambitions, was 
vitally interested in the business and 
was sure I could make good on the 
sales force if I only could learn to speak 
distinctly. In my day-dreams I pic- 
tured myself out on the road putting 
across big sales, earning big money and 
holding down a real job. Then I would 
awake and be more miserable tlian 
ever." 

"Didn't you ever try to be cured?" I 
interrupted. 

"Time and time again — I never 
missed even the slightest chance," he 
replied. "But it seemed of no use, and 
finally I concluded I could never oe 
cured. 

ttnpHEN one day one of the fellows in 

■■■ the ofiice showed me a letter 
from a friend of his. This friend, a 
short time before, had stuttered and 
stammered just as I did then. The 
letter told how he had been entirely 
cured by a new scientific method at a 
regular school for stutterers and stam- 
merers. 

"At first I did not pay much attention 
to it. What was the use? I had tried 
one so-called cure after another with- 
out result. Over and over again my 
hopes had been aroused, but each time 
I had failed and as a result had be- 
come more despondent than ever. 

"But this fellow insisted that the 
Bogue Institute was entirely different. 
He told me his friend had also tried all 
kinds of reliefs without results but that 
he had been absolutely cured in a few 
weeks by attending classes under Mr. 
Bogue. 

"Well, a few days later I saw one of 
the Institute advertisements in a maga- 
zine. After reading it I sent for full 
information with the understanding 
that I was not obligating myself in any 
way. 

"In a few days I received all their 
descriptive literature and a catalogue. 
I learned that Bogue Institute at India- 
napolis .was a resident school with, 



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dorpiitories, class rooms and a regular 
schedule of -work, just Wie same as any 
other boarding- school or college. 

"Another thing that interested me 
■was the fact that the founder of the 
Institute, Benjamin N. Bogue, had 
stuttered and stajnmered for twenty 
years and had first A/orked out this 
scientific cure foi- liiniself. ' Once cured 
'Of the trouble tha't had made his own 
life so miseraitale. he was too bis- 
hearted to stov- So fbe decided to help 
others. Soon he had a large chiss and, 
spurred on by wonderful results, lie 
started tliir Bof^ue Institute and made 
the scientific cuj'e of slammcrers- atitl 
stutterei'.s his lift; work. 

"The cataiog-ue shouted oictures of 
the school and then: were nu^nerous 
letters written by graduates who had 
been cured. Alter carefully looking 
over the literature T l)ec.ame convinced 
that at least this wns .i jnoi'c reason- 
able idea tliati an.r 1 had ever tried hft- 
fore. 

"With Ihu l)Ooi;.s iiuil iiteraiuri'. J also fouud a 
diagnosis blank.. Tliis was ii ivguiai- diasuosis form, 
l)ui very easy to fill out. On it I wiot ^ all my 



m. 



ing but I had learned liov^ io speak correctly. 1 
had imistiTBd tho art of becoming & conviiicinK 
.siR-nkor! Talking tecame * pleasure Instead of 
misery for lue. 

"Ik'st of all, my six wetlis at Bogue Institute wf're 
really luioyaWo. The InstitutB is founded on the 
soiuidpst of principles and Mr. Boguo is a big- 
luaitcd man who ia deeply interested In hia worlj 
and ;;ivis every student his individual ntteuticn. 
^'i;u would be siu-prised to nolXc« the wonderful and 
marlced diiiJy iniproveinejit.s o? pupils under his 
laiv. In lilb classes are men and women, girls and 
ljo>.s, of all atres. Behind him he has a capalilu 
ortiuiiizaliou and is accoiopli^hing a wonderful work. 

'■.\tter I letiuned to work, idvancement tame 
raiiiill.v. At last i was able to cash In on the 
tliint;s I had learned iiboul our business. I asked 
tor :i. chance io uo twi the road. Tmokily theie 
happened Io h:- a vaeaiicv at that tinio. I was 
Bireii Ihi: opporMniity I had dreamed of so lonp and 
I have made good. My fiiJavy was raised twie;L- 
in nine nionths. and threo months aso L was niadi; 
sales ii\anaijvr wiiti lKnidiiuartfr.> at the new plant 
here." 

fV you stutter or stammer, do what Kill Woods 
^ did. IJenjamin N. Boguc, who cured li^mself and 
hiuidieds of other men and wymcn, hoys and girla, 
can euro you! 

The Bosue Insliiuto wa-s established nineteen 
years ago. It is an old institution, founded on 
Eood iouinl principles and being rim on honest, 
business-like methods. Be.siilta are guaranteed. If 
j'cu are not ciued >oii need i^?y uo laoney. 



I lost no time In pushing 
my way to Bill's side.' 




symptoms and a sremeral lilstoj:^- of tay partitoiliir 
case and sent it in. 

. "A few days later I reeeived a personal letter from 
Mr. BoKue in which lie cojniiJetely and correctly 
diagnosed my taso from the (inestions 1 had answer- 
ed. Ho se<raed to thorouKlUy understand my con- 
dition, and once again I entertuineft hopes of being 
cured. 

<4O0 I wrote and had jny iiamo plaocd ou his 

•^ registry list, i found the school to be al- 
ways crowded. But 4Ueu tlie courses were short 
and with the cure and graduation of students neiy 
vacancies were oecurriuK constantly. 

"In about two weeks after I had sent In my 
apiilication I received a letter to report at the 
Institute on a certain da.v. 

"Then for once I mustered up nerve enough to go 
to the boss and ask for some time off. When I 
finally managed to make my reauest plain he was 
more than aixlous to let nie go. 'Good luck to 
you,' he said, 'I hope you will be completely cured.' 

"Well, to make a long story short, six weeks 
after I enrolled under Mr. Bogue I left his In- 
stitute absolutely cured of the affliction that had 
made so many years miserable for me. Not only 
was I able to talk without stuttering or stammer- 

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The average student remains vX Bogue from three 
to eight week.s. It is a jcsidcnt school — not a 
mail order organization. 

If you stammer or stutter, find out for youiself 
what the Boguo Instituto can do for you. 

Without obligating >ourse]f in any way fill out 
the coupon below. 3>y return mail you will receive 
fiill information rejiaTdinB tiiis sure., scientific cure 
for stammerers and slutii'rers. 

Or if you do not sttitter but loiow of some one 
who does, either see that this story of Bill Woods 
is called to his attention or .send the Bogue In- 
stitute his name and address. Vour name vrill not 
be mentioned in any way. And the Bogue InstitiUe 
may be the means of openuis op a, wliole ntw 
world for liim. 



BENJAMIN N. BOGUE 

1210 North Illinois Street, Indianapolis, Ind. 
' Without obligation on my part, please send me full 
information regarding the Boguo Institute and the 
uew scientific cure for stamnierci.s and stuttereis. 



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You've Gone Way Past Me, Jim ! " 



"Today good old Wright came to my office. All day the boys 
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"Well, I did my best at my routine worlt, but I soon realized that if ever I was goinyr lo 
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to Scranton and found I could get exactly the course I needed to learn our business. I 
took it up and besan studying an hour or two each eveninsr. 

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'And now the first bi? goal is reached— I am superintendent, with an incoms that means 



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Practical common sense method* of Instruction— INTENSIFIED 
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DETROIT, MICH, V "^BP" 



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How to Write and Speak 

1 

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How I Improved My 
Memory In One Evening 

The Amazing Experience of Victor Jones 



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F course I place you ! Mr. Addi- 
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"If I remember correctly —and I do 
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the lumberman, introduced me to 
you . at the luncheon of the Seattle 
Rotary Club three years ago in May. 
This is a pleasure indeed. I haven't 
laid eyes on you since that day. How 
Is the grain business? And how did 
that amalgamation work out?" 

The assurance of this speaker— in 
the crowded corridor of the Hotel 
McAIpin— compelled me to turn and 
look at him, though I must say it is 
not my usual habit to "listen in" even 
in a hotel lobby. 

"He is David M. Roth, the most 
famous memory expert in the United 
States," said my friend Kennedy 
answering my question before I could 
get it out. "He will show you a lot 
more wonderful things than that, be- 
fore the evening is over." 

And he did. 

As we went into tne banquet room 
the toastmaster was introducing a 
long line of guests to Mr. Roth. I 
got in line and when it came my turn 
Mr. Roth asked, "What are your ini- 
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connection and telephone number?" 

Why he asked this I learned later, 
when he picked out from the crowd 
the 60 men he had met two hours be- 
fore and called each by name without 
a mistake. What is more, he named 
each man's business and telephone 
number, for good measure. 



I won't tell you all the other amazing things 
this man did except to tell how he called back, 
without a minute's hesitation, long lists of 
numbers, bank clearings, prices, lot numbers 
parcel post rates and anything else the guests 
gave him in rapid order. 

When I met Mr. Roth — which you may be 
sure I did the first chance I got — he rather 
bowled me over by saying, in his quiet, modest 
way: 

"There is nothing miraculous about my re- 
membering anything I want to remember, 
whether it be names, faces, figures, facts or 
something I have read in a magazine. 

" You can do this just as easy as I do. Any one 
with an average mind can learn quickly to do 
exactly the same things which seem so mirac- 
ulous when 1 do them. 

"My own memory," continued Mr. Roth, 
"was originally very faulty. Yes, it was — a 
really poor memory. On meeting a man I 
would lose his name in thirty seconds, while 
now there are probably 10,000 men and women 
in the United States, many of whom I have 
met but once, whose names I can call instantly 
on meeting them." 

'That is all right for you, Mr. Roth," I in- 
terrupted, "you have given years to it. But 
how about me?" 

"Mr. Jones," he replied, "I can teach you 
the secret of a good memory in one evening. 
This is not a guess, because 1 have done it with 
thousands of pupils. In the first of seven 
simple lessons which I have prepared for 
home study, 1 show you the basic principle 
of my whole system and you will find it — ■ 
not hard work as you might fear — but just 
like plrying a fascinating game. I will prove 
it to you." 

He didn't have to prove it. His course did; 
I got it the very next day from his publishers, 
the Independent Corporation, 

When I tackled the first lesson, I suppose I 
was the most surprised man in forty-eight 
States to find that I had learned in about one 
hour how to remember a list of one hundred 
words so that I could call them off forward and 
back without a single mistake. 

That first lesson stucli. And so did the other 
six. 



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Read this letter from Terence J, Here is the whole thing in a nutshell- 

McManus. of the firm of Olcott. MT. Roth has a molt remarkalle 

Bonyng-e, McManus & Ernst, Attorneys Memory course. It is simp.le, and easy 

and Counsellors a't Law, 170 Broadway, '^^ falling off a log-. Yet. with one 

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vers in New York- ^"° '^e '^ — <^"" Improve his 

•^^"' m iNcw lorK. niemory 1007o in a week and 1000% 

"May I take occasion to state t!hat I '^r ^ months." 

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The wonderful simplicity of the method *''0'^ for Mr. Roth's amazing course an 

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me. I majy ad-d that I already had Will 'he enormous. 

occasion to test the effectiveness of VICTOR JONES, 

the first two lessons in the preparation While Mr. Jones has chosen the stor 

for trial of an important action in which form for this account of his experienc 

I am about to engage." and that of others ivith the Roth Memor 

Mr. McManus didn't -put it a "bit too Course, he has used only facts that ai 

strong. known personally to the President o 

The Roth cou.rse is priceless. I can ab- ^j^'J I'^rfflTfhe c?c°c?r7cv'Vf' Mr^'j'o'ne. 

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can 'call the najne of most any man I - ^ 

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all the time. I can remember any fig- oena l^O money 

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Jca^reS^ltif^'^ on^ my ^fek-^blcau'^^^ ''l eoSon orwrft^a^Ttrr an^^d'^hr c^^rfnl^i; 

? wan\ed"to- sav ^°"''^^'' '^'"^'''' '^^"' cCre" wiiaTe^^^t^alr'i^hrrges'^repk']? ^1 

S. waniea to say. once. if you are not entirely satisflec 

Now I am sure of myself, ana confi- aend it back any time within fflve days afti. 

dent, and "easy as ^an old shoe" v/hen you receive it and you will owe nothing. 

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I tell you it is a wonderful thing, af- ticept as noted. 

ter groping around in the dark for so __„.,,, r— .,, ,~ 

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^sm tfanbood and MuTiaget 
Opened theses 

ofZSOOOMen 



For fearless, broad-minded, 
plain-speaking discussion of the 
vital personal problems confront- 
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Macfadden's startling new book 
has set a mark never before 
approjached. 




AT LAST, a man has P 
dared to speak the 
truth — the plain, un- 
varnished truth. At last, a 
light has been thrown upon 
the darkness of prudery 
and ignorance which has so 
long surrounded questions 
of the most vital import- 
ance. At last a revelation 
has appeared — a revelation 
thru which more than 75,- 
000 men and women have 
found peace and content- 
ment, happiness and health. 
Bernarr Macfadden has 
a c c mplished something 
nevci' before attempted. 
He has dared public dis- 
approval to tell people 

what they needed to know. 
He has dedicated to the young man- 
hood of the world the fruits of his life- 
long study and exijerience as teacher, 
physical culturist and philosopher. 
He stands alone, the pioneer who 
points the way thru an unchartered 
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The Truth About the Sex 
Question. 

People have at last begun to real- 
ize that the immense importance of 



Admiral Grayson 
says : 

"I kave jiist read the 
chapter dealing with the 
subject of the preventiou 
of venereal disease in a 
most interesting and val- 
uable book ^, entitled 
'JIanhood and 'Marriage' 
written by the eminent 
Physical Culturist, Ber- 
narr Macfadden. I 
most unqualifiedly agree 
with all that Mr. Mac- 
fadden has written on 
this vital subject, in the 
treatment of whlcli he 
evidences a remarkable 
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I think that a copy of 
this volume containing 
Macfadden's clear-vi- 
sioned dlscourso of this 
important subject should 
-be placed in the hands of 
every mother and father 
and every adolescent boy 
and gill in America. 



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the "sex question" will no 
longer allow it to be Iiid 
away as a thing to be 
ashamed of. We are liv- 
ing in an age of plain 
thinking and frank speech. 
Subjects spoken of in 
whispers ten years past are 
now discussed freely over 
the lunch table. Why is it, 
then, that the most im- 
portant question in the 
world — the question upon 
which the future of the 
human race depends, is 
kept a dark and mysteri- 
ous secret? Why is it that 
so many young people are 
allowed to stumble along 
in blind ignorance, often wrecking, 
not only their own lives, but lives of 
others as well, when it is so easy to 
teach them? Why? 

Seeing the fearful misery every- 
where about him, brought about by 
unfortunate marriages, separations, 
divorces, sickly children and prema- 
ture deaths, Bernarr Macfadden de- 
cided to kill forever the demon Ig- 
n<^-ance which made these things pos- 
sible. "Manhood and Marriage" is 
the result. 






*^As One Good Friend to 
Another. 

it is far more tfhan just a book. It is 
more than a course of instruction. Ber- 
narr Macfadden himself lives in the 
pages he has written. His spirit is 
there. It is as if he were talking to you, 
as he would taik to ft^is own younger 
TDrotlier. He does not preach. He does 
(not theorize. He does not mince mat- 
ters. Macfadden is l^rst, last and always 
a man — a man who (haa lived the sajiie 
3ife a's you have, who has undergotne 
the same temptations. Straigiht from 
the shoulder,- brass tacks, that is wliat 
he gives you, and it is this plain-spoken 
eincerity thait (has made his book a 
never failing source of inspiration and 
cofmifort to tihe thousand's of men and 
women wiho owe to it their whole life's 
(happiness. 

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jects considered. 

I approve of ithe boK>k in 
every part and certainly wish 
you success in your endeav- 
ors to 'Spread knowledge of 
this nature, and to over- 
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Collateral Security 

"T^ HERE is no factor in market transactions of 
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booklet entitled, "HOW TO FIGURE THE COLLAT- 
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How To Figure 

TheColIaterMVdlus 

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How To Estimate 

Hie Pn- Share Vdlue of 

AMinin^ Security 




How to Estimate the Per Share 
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'T'HIESE three 'booklets contain much of interest and 
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shall he pleased to sond any one or all of them on request 
for booklets A W-121. 



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Members 

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New York Produce Exchange 

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( )HowtoFioure () How to Figure () How to Estimate the 

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LIBRAIRIE BEAUCHEMIN, LIMITEE 

79 St. James Street 
Montreal, Canada 

1/5 




"L' 



OOK at this check for $26.50 
— payable to me. I made 
this money easily and 
pleasantly — in the spare time left 
over from my housework and the 
care of Bobby and Anne, my chil- 
dren. In fact, they helped me make 
it. I make as much, and often more 
every month. 

"Before I found this new, easy way 
of making monej'' right at home, in 
privacy, freedom and comfort, my 
husband's salary, while sufficient to 
meet our absolutely necessary ex- 
penses, was really not enough to give 
us any of the little extra pleasures 
that mean so much to a family. 
Everything we eat and wear has gone 
up so high, and salaries haven't kept 
pace. 

"But now we have more than the 
necessaries — we have beaten the ter- 
rible old H. C. of L. — and toe have 
our little luxuries and amusements 
too. 

"How do I do it.' Simply by knit- 
ting socks? No, not by the slow old 
process of hand - knitting, but by 
vising The Auto Knitter, a marvelous, 
but very simple, easily-operated ma- 
chine. Now that I have gained prac- 
tice with The Auto Knitter I often 
make a sock in 10 minute's! 

"And the best part of it is that I 
have a guaranteed, constant market 
for every pair of socks I make, at a 
guaranteed price. I simply send the 
Auto Knitter Hosiery Co. the fin- 
ished socks, and back comes my check 
by return mail, together with a new 
supply of yarn to replace that used 
in the socks sent tliem. 
"Free Yarn Sent With the Machine 
and They Pay Me for the Socks." 

"The Auto Knitter Hosiery Com- 
pany is an old, firmly established 
American corporation, engaged in the 
manufacture of high-grade seamless 
socks. They have always preferred 
home manufacture to factory produc- 
tion. They constantly need more 



workers to make socks, in their own 
homes. They need you. 

"When you decide to become an 
Auto Knitter worker, as I did, the 
Auto Knitter Company will make a 
contract to pay you a fixed. Guar- 
anteed Wage, on a piece-work basis. 
In this contract you take no risk. 
You can work for them as much as 
you want, or as little as you want 
— spare time or full time. And for 
every shipment of socks you send 
them you will get your pay check 
— promptly, 

"With the machine they send a 
supply of wool yarn FREE. They 
also supply FREE the yarn needed 
to replace that which yovi use in 
making the socks you send to the 
company. 

"You are, of course, at liberty to 
dispose of the output of your Auto 
Knitter as you see fit; you can also^ 
use the Auto Knitter to make, at a 
remarkably low cost, all the hosiery 
your family needs — wool or cotton. 

"But remember this: There are 
absolutely no strings tied to the 
Wage Agreement; it is a straight 
out-and-out Employment Offer at a 
Fixed Wage on a piece-work basis— 
a good pay for your services alone.'* 
Read What Satisfied Workers Say: 

The Auto Knitter g-ives you the oppor- 
tunity to make money during: your spare 
time. It also gives you the chance to de- 
vote your entire time to the 'business, ana 
thus, to be independent of bosses,' rules, 
time-clocks, working: hours, etc. The 
Wage Contract is in no sense a disguised 
"canvassing scheme," "agency" or "opeu 
a store" proposition. 'Here is the prooi. 
Road the evidence from some of our -work- 
ers: 

More Than Two Dozen Pairs a Day 

The Auto Knitter has proven very satisfactory. 
The work done on the machine cannot be but- 
passed. The only requirement is to learn tha worS 



Bi| 0# Ho^ Ifiu Can 



and then xrork, Tlu- Auto KiiitUv is very speedy 
an<l any iiersoii of good judgment can knit from 
one to two dozon pairs of socks a day, and if they 
want to push the work they can turn out more. 
The treatment by the Auto Knitter Company is tho 
best, and I have found tliem to he absolutolv re- 
liable. . Berlin, N. Y. 

Fi-oniptiK'ss Auovectated 

Am sending jou to-day .a shipment of lialf host'. 1 
wish to compliment you on tho promptness witli 
which you return replacement yarn and check. 

Gays. III. 

Gettiner Aloner Fine, 

I am sending you another lot of socks to-day. 
I am getting along fine with my machine, and 
fliank you for tho promptness with wluch j'ou have; 
accepted and paid for iny 
Uosjery. Limestone, Teun. 

Thanks for Attentiou 

I have just sent you a lot 
of half hose made by my 
Auto Knitter with yam sup- 
plied by you. I am glad to 
avail myself of tlvis oppor- 
tunity to tell you how raucll 
pleased I am viitli the ma- 
chine and what pleasure It 
gives mo to work it. I also 
wish to thank you for tho 
courtesy and prompt atten- 
tion yotl hnvo already shown 
me. Buffalo, N. Y. 





The Auto 
Knitter 



Knitter are sent to 
is to Xand-kiiitting 
band-sewing. 



A Vum of tlie han- 
dle ami 60 or more 
Buiooth, even, perfect 
Btitchea are knitted. 
Tho Auto Knitter 
makes the sock — top — body 
—heel — and toe without re- 
moval from the machine. It 
weigha about 20 pounds and 
can be clamped to any or- 
dlnai-y table or stand. 
Easily learned. Experience 
in knitting and familiarity 
with machines are unneces- 
sarj'. Complete instructions 
about how to use Tho Auto 
every worker. The Auto Knitter 
What the sewing inachino is to 







Send'tHiBr-We 
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Liberal Wage Offer 



No matter -where you- live, we want 
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We want to tell yoti of the pleasant and 
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organization, -and the future you can 
make for yourself with the Auto Knitter. 

Wo want vou to compare our work,- 
and the monev that is in it, with what 
people are paid for long, hard, grindinig: 
toil in office, store, mlM and factory. 
We want you to know the substantial 
amounts that even a small part or your 
spare time will earn for you. Then, we 
want you to read the glowing state- 
ments of our perfectly satisfied workers,^ 
and learn how, if you desire, you ^an 
have 3'our own home factory and sell 
your output both wholesale and retail. 

Remember that experience is unneces- 
.sary. that you need not know how to 
knit. You do not have to even know how 
to sew. The Auto Knitter does the work. 

Action is the word. Write jour name and 
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this coupon in the mail at once. Enclose 2c 
postage to cover cost of mayUig, cto. 

The Auto Knitter Hosiery Co., Inc. 

Dept. G301VI. 821 Jefferson St., Buffalo, N. Y. 



The Auto Kniltei- Hosiery Co.% Inc., ,, 
Dept. 630M, 821 Jefferson St, Buffalo, N. Y. 

Send me full particulars about Making Jloney 
at Home with The Auto Knitter. I enclose 2o 
postage to cover cost of mailing, etc. It Is 
understood that this does not obligate me in 
any way. 

Name 

Address 

City 

Stato 

World Almanac VM\ 



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Foods for Reduction 

Dr. Booth's Delectable Edibles 
That Aid in Reducing Obesity 

There is no reason why overstout persons need punish themselvea 
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A treatise containing information that will probably be new, inter- 
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Fasting is a branch of Naturopathy. A quarter 
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Tonsils and Adenoids, Nose and Throat Disorders 

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Send No Money for These Work Shoes 

$4i5 



'Good, durable work 
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acids. Special tan- 
nage of extra qual- 
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stock. Heels of solid 
leather that will 
stand hai'dest wear. 
Heavy soles of oak- 
tanned leather. Bel- 
loVa tongue keeps 
out dust and cold. Toe 
broad and roomy, plenty of 
room for the ball of the 
foot. No sore feet if you 
wear this .shoe. Brown and 
Black — all sizes. 

Rambler Shoe Co. 

I received the three pairs of 
shoes and I am thoroughly sat- 
isfied. Shoes of your make and 
calibre will never be refused, be- 
cause people are quick to know 
a good thing when they see it. 
GUSTAV KRETCHISIAR. 

Hawaii. 




Just pay. the postman 
when they arrive. This 
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than 57,00 hi retail stores for 
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better and different. Every pair 
has the Ramiblcr stamp on the sole 
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Send no money, simply send the 
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are shipped, pay the postman 
,$4.35 on arrival. If the shoes 
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You a r e absolutely 
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RAMBLER SHOE COMPANY, Dept. 62, 
New York City. 
Send my pair of Rambler worth-while wonc 
shoes. I will pay postman $4.?5 on arrival. 
If shoes are not entirely satisfactory I can 
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Name Size 

Address State 

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The Old and Reliable 

Dr. [sm>c Thompsons 

ETE WAYER 

ttrengtheni weak. Inflamed eyes, and 
Is an ideal eye wash. Good since 
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Wm. J. Brandt's , 

RED FOX TOILETTE CREME 

Skin Fo^od. 

An imported cream to feed the skin and bring back the flesh to its 
i full rounded contour. Is absorbed by the skin like a sponge takes water. 
Does the work of a beauty doctor. Delicately perfumed. Will riot turn 
rancid. 2 ounce jar $1.10 postpaid. 

HAIR SPECIALTY CO., 

Department X. 24 East 21st Street, New York. 

180 



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Men's 

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finest quality of 
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perfect comfort shoe for 
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too fine in quality 
for much out- 
door wear. Sim- 
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ON ARRIVAL. 



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' Women's 

English 

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$' 



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them fit like a glove, and 
one glance marks it as a 
s(hoe of individuality 
and distinctive taste. 
Easily worth double 
tho price. Perfect fit 
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ARRIVAL, 



Boston Mail Order House, 

Dept. 1163, Boston, Mass. 
Send tho slioes I liave marked in the 
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back if I want it. I risk aothlng., 
[ llVlen's Ores* Shoe, $4.49. Size.. 
[ ] Nurses' Com. Slioe, $4.39. Size..' 
t ]Men'8 Work Shoe, $3.97. Size., 
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"rood. 
For 



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TABLE OF CONTENTS: 
THE WRECK— riimcval Man— His dignity and — Semiual emissions— Effects oa the nervous system 
purity — Some noble specimens of manliood still — explained — ^Where niasturbatiou and marital excess 
Causes of the wreck — Ignorance of natural law — do their most deadly work — Quacks and charlatans 
Poverty and laclc of proper food — Stimulants and — No medicine required to euro seminal emissions, 
narcotics — Sexual perversions the cro\vnlug cause — A. WRECK ESCAPED — Continence of yomig meo 



Touches more than half the race — Puberty — When 
sexual passion abates in man — ^Rebulces to the clergy. 

AM ANCIENT WRECK--Sensuality the sin of 
the ages — Tlie old devil of sensuality — Sensuality 
in the patriarchal age — The chastity of Joseph — 
Prostitution ui the patriarchal age — Sexual purity 
ill the law of Moses — A modern incident. 

A MODERN WRECK— The histoiy of prostitu- 
tion — The doctrine of chastity — flloderii civilizatiou 



■Tremndoua iwwei; of the se.\ual appetite — Impure 
tlioughts the chief cause of selfabuse and fornica- 
tion — Wedlock — How to live a continent life. ' 

THE RESCUE BEGUN— Does nature forgive?— 
Natural law is God's metliod of operatioa — Natura 
repairs and restores — ^Difficult to convince the vic- 
tim of seminal weaJoiess that no medicme is needed 
— Tliree letters to the author— Comments on same-^ 
Cut loose from charlatans — E.'uru their pamphlets^— 
High medical testimony that medicine is not re 



—Statistics of (prostitution— A startling testimony— Quired— Is marriage a cure?— The Question answered 

Tlif hlood of tlu' race poisoned by venereal diseases —Helps and encouragements— A aira as certain as 

— Thirty thousand men daily infected in the United the rising of the sun. 

Statss- History of venereal diseases— Prevention THE RESCUE COMPLETED— The medical pro- 
better than ciiri--T,icen.sed prostitution a failure— fession— Beware of medical companies and sharks- 
Roman laws foL '.. regulation of prostitution. The parts affected— Their intimate relationship— The 
A YOt'TH- UL V>fRECK — Masturbation — I'uberty; principal aggravating cause of seminal wealmess — 
its Lt(iic:i ' p;- and sequence — Prevalence of the A flood of light ou the subject — Special treatment 
Solitarv v ;■ — ,i.n ancient habit — Referred to in, without expense — An absolutely infallible remedy- 
Law 0, VI OS. mpossihlo to exaggerate its ruinous A. certain cure for piles, and roUet for the suffer- 
results — Test •■ "■ of medical experts and of educa- ing resulting from irritafion of the bladder and en- 
tionlsts — Lo-. .>i ;;omeu — Kesults of its expenditure largement of the prostate gland — A man again. 

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Are you old at tliirty-five? Ov are you yomig 
at seventy- five? It is not a matter of years. 
Old age is a process, a condition, a slowinp: up, 
a stiffening up, a loss of lite and youth. 

Old age will "get" you some day. But you <'an 
side-step if you know how. It will get you nt 
thirty or forty or fifty years if you will let it. 

Are you settling down? Are you getting 
stiff-necked pliysically or mentally? Are you 
getting "set" in your joints or in your ideas? 
People who stay young, and there are many, 
continue to do the things and enjoy the things 
that they did at twenty-five. Apply this test 
to yourself. 

If you are old at thirty or at fifty or at seventy, it is because your 
functional organs are slowing up, your circulation is inore stagnant, your 
body is filling up witli dead cells and waste material, h>it most of all bi-- 
cause your nerve-force is diminishing. 

You Are as Old as Your Nerves 




A portrait of the author at the 
half-century mile post 



All of the functions and activities 
of the bod}' are dependent upon 
nerve-force. Your functional or- 
gans, your circulation and that 
elimination of wastes v/hich keeps 
your body clean, are all dependent 
upon your nervous energies, and 
your nervous energies are primarily 
dependent upon the condition of 
your spine. 

The first and most serious process 
indicative of old age is the deterior- 
ation of the spine. If you can keep 
your spine straight and strong and 
flexible, then you can maintain in 
perfect health and vigor the great 
central nervous system, upon Avhich 
the vitality and energy of the human 
body are dependent. Learn to keep 



the spinal cartilages elastic, lest they 
become flattened and immovable. 
Keep the spinal veterbrae in ;ilign- 
ment, lest they impinge Hie spin.il 
cord and spinal nerves. Keep the 
spine straight, as in youth. And 
keep the spine strong, so thai it 
mfiy be kept straiglit and flexible. 

How You Can Staj Young 

To learn to keep the spine young 
is the first essential in maintaining 
youth and fighting off old age. This 
great fundamental truth has l)een 
recognized and made the prominent 
factor in the art of keeping young 
as lauglit by Bernarr Macfadden in 
his ^reat new course on Making Old 
Bodies Young. 



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"Making Old Bodies Young" 

The principles set forth in this re- 
markaible course are the result of a life- 
time of the study of 'health-^buildjing, 
combined with the fruits of the experi- 
ence of innumerajble cases of longevity 
as observed and studied by the author, 
who is recognized as the •world's fore- 
most authority along these' lines. 

BERNARR MACFADDEN 

in this great course in thirty-eig'ht les- 
sons, presents the causes and processes 
of old age and how to prevent tnem. He 
not only teaches, in fourteen lessons, the 
primary essenfciaSs of keeping the ner- 
vous system j'oung, 'but covers thor- 
oug*hly the dietetic requirements of 
maintaining youth. He teaches how to 
retain the digestion of a child and the 
perfect nutrition of youth, together with 
'that activity of elimination whicli keeps , 
all organs and tissues clean and clear 
of the accumulating delbris that is char- 
acteristic of old age. He teaches how 
to keep the arteries elastic and clean. 
And how to maintain elasticity, not only 
of body, but of mind and of heart. You 
Ihave only to see and to read this course 
to appreciate the fact that it is not 
merely a step, hut a tremendous leap in 
advance of all previous studies of this 
subject. 

This course is not only for the old, 
but for the young, in order that they 
imay sitay young. It is for young men 
and women, even for girls and boys. 
It ijs expressive cf the thoroughness of 
its preparation. It offers the most ex- 
tensive and comprehensive grouping of 
exercises for the spine and back suiitable 
for home use ever assembled. No mat- 
ter v/liat your age or conditJion, you will 
find this course applicaible to your own 
case. Spinal cut^vature and other de- 
fects of the back may be corrected by 
the methods presented, the prime purpose 
of which, however, is to keep the spine 
young and .therefore to put off the debili- 
tating, atrophying and weakening pro- 
cesses which produce what we call old age. 

Included with this course is a special spine- 
Straightening apparatus. Invented by Jlr. Macfad- 
den, which should form a part of the equipment 
of every home and every gyninasium. 




Bernarr Maefadclen's New Invention foP 
Straightening and Correcting the Spine 
Is Sent Free With His Coux.9« on 
"Making Old Bodies Young." 



SEND NO MONFY t you may see and examine this complete course free of charge. 
T. .„ V u- ty iyii.\Ji^s->i , ongQ ygy jjg^^g ggj,^ jj y^y ^ j ^ douMIess wBHt to Iteep It. 
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You may send me Bernarr Macfadden's Course of 38 lessons In "Making Old Bodies Young," 
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days after its receipt to either remail the course to you or send you $6.50 In full payment. 

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How to Make Big Money 
Out of Bad Gasoline 

Remarkable Story of a Product Now Used All Over the World, Yet Never 
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In the little town of Bridg^on, N. J. 
a young man worked in his father's shoe 



store. "When he finished West Jersey 
Academy he decided to go to Jefferson Col- 
liege, Philadelphia, to 
gtudy medicine; but 
financing same caused 
him to change his mind, 
he had to stop and come 
back to the shoe store to 
help support the family. 

On several occasions 
this young man ■ had 
an opportunity to tak# 
an automohile ride, 
and as automobile 
owners will do, tliey 
talked about t'he poor 
quality of gasoline, 
small mileage, car- 
bon troulbles, carbur- 
etor adjustments, and things of that sort. 

While at school, this young man was 
fascinated by experiments conducted in 
the chemical laiboratory, and his chem- 
ical training suggested to him the pos- 
sibility of increasing the efficiency of 
the poor qualify of gasoline in use. So he 
fitted up a small la.h- 
oratory in the back 
of the shoe store, and 
month after month he 
experimented. Disap- 
pointment after dis- 
appointment oame to 
him. it was the his- 
tory of every great 
invention — persever- 
ance — disappoiintnient 
— perseverance — fin- 
ally the Bunshdne of 
success. 




At first he made the tab- 
lets in a small way and 
gave them to his friends. 
They came back for more, 
and told their friends about 
It. Their friends came. 
Pretty soon the business 
grew bigger than the shoe 
business, and this young 
man began to manufacture 
his tablets, which he called 
Gastiue. In larger Quanti- 
ties. Then some foreign 
agents heard about it. They 
came to the little town of 
IBrldgeton, N. J., and made 
arrangements to handle 
Gastine aU over the world. 

In Italy town after toien 
was plastered with Gastine 
posters. The Italian Gov- 
ernment contracted for it 



Read This Proof! 

"We are pleased to state that Gastine is 
being used by the Fire Department, and does 
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"In our thirteen thousand pound pumper we 
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"My car shows more power, mileage and speed 
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"Referring to your inquiry of April 9th. we 
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"Our gasoline bills have been Qut down 
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first tvun of the crank; our spark plugs are 
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Chicago Correspondence School ._;iGancher, W. A 95 

of Law 1.62 Gastlne Company 240 

Chicago Engineering Works. 1-893 S^i? Ear Phone Co. ._. 76-90 



Chicago Home Study School. .126 

Chicago Tailors- Assn 248 

Chicago Technical College. 249-857 
Civilian Army & Navy Shoe Co . 854 
Clark Grave Vault Co. ...16-DD 

Clarke, C. F., & Co 9,5 

Clarke Coin Co 892 

Cole & Morgan, Inc 188 

Commercial Art School \\)l 

Commercial Travelers Assn ... 5S 
Commonwealth Electric Mfg. Co 8 

Comp's Farm Agency 9.')-862 

Corona Typewriter Co . . Cover 2 
Coyne Trade & Eng'ring Schools 5*^ 

Cushing,H. C, Jr 12? 

D 

Daley, John 892 

Dancing Carnival 22\! 

Danderlne 867 

Danysz-Virus Limited isri 

Deere, Jolin 15 

Deftlc Co.. Inc 16-0 — 16-F I' 

Detroit College of Law 100 

Detroit Institute of Technology 60 

Detroit School of Lettering 130 

Devoe & Raynolds Co 107 

Diagrap"h Stencil Machine 

Corporation 233 

Diamond Dyes 863 

Dickson School of Memory .31-858 
Dickson School of Oratory . . . 103 

Dictograph Products Co 80 

Ditman, A. J 111-885 

Dobe, Chief Draftsman '169 

Dorrety 106 

Double Thread Co 870 

Drake. Frederick J.. & Co. . . . le-P 

Dubois, Chas. V. & Son 182 

Duck. Wm. B., Co 119 

Duffus, J. P., Silver Fox Store. . 178 

Dun, R. G., & Co 892 

Dunham & Co 234 

Dunlap School of Finger Prints 

16-N N 

Duplex Mfg. Co 112-888 

Duplex Printing Press Co 16-D 



Eager, James 122 

Eastern Novelty Co. . 158 

Economy Educator Corp. .. . 16-E 

Edwards Mfg. Co 27 

Eisen, Wm M., Co 94-117-118 

Electro Thermal Co 168 

Elite Products Co 147-220 

Eureka Mower Co 139 

Eureka Marble & Tile Wks. Co . 204 

Evans, Victor J., & Co 37 

Evans, W. L., School of Car- 
tooning 162 

Evlnrude Motor Co 77 

Excelsior Quilting Co 16-0 

Executive Service Bureau. 850-862 
F 

F. B. Mfg. Co 81 

Fashion Academy. . 226 

Federal School of Commercial 

Designing 251 

Financial Press 200 

First institute of Podiatry.... 17 
Fltzcharles Dry Goods Co. . . .106 

Foot Remedy Co 94-874 

Ford Speed & Power Equip- 
ment/Co 855 

Fougera, E. & Co \ ... 179 

Fox. Geo. 1 105 

Franco Flashlights 146 

Franklin Institute . . .99-123-16-G 

Franklin Tractor Co 132 

Freezone 869 

Freund, Louis 36 

Fuller, E. M. & Co 110 

Funk & Wagnalls Co. .23-89-93-109 
262 



Globe Decalcomanle Co. . . .86-158 

Golden Rule CuUery Co 250 

Gold Medal Camp Furniture 

Mfg. Go ... .162 

Greater New York Lumber Co.. 130 
Greer Coflbge Auto've Eng ring. 115 

Giegg Publishing Co 79 

GrifHn and Grlffln Ifi4 

Gutter, B., & Sons 877 

H 
Haaael, Chas. F 

76-264-860-861-892 

Hagn, Joseph, Co 879 

Hair Specialty Co. ... 146-156-180 
Hammond Typewriter Co. . . . 16-A 

Hanson, James S ■. .201 

Hanson-Bennett, J. M., Maga- 
zine Agency 53-890 

Harper & Brothers 187-219 

Harris Mfg Co 108 

Harrison Real Estate Corpn . . . 862 

Hdrtland. W. Grace 140 

Hartman Furniture & Carpet 

Co 199 

Haverford Cycle Co 183 

Hawaiian Institute of Music. 144-153 
Haywood Tire & Equipment Co. 

20-858 

Health Culture Co 152-202 

Hlmebaugto & Browne 116 

HobartBros Co 862 

Hoge Mfe. Co 224 

Home Correspondence School . . 138 
Home Insurance Co 

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Ho-Ro-Co Mfg. Co 190 

Hughes & Dier 165 

Hyfleld Mfg. Co 96 

I 

Imperial Brass Mfg. Co 248 

Independent Corporation. . . .62-63 
International Correspondence 

Schools 38-39-57-85-889 

Iver Johnson's A. & C. Works. .2-3 

Investment Securities Co 242 

J 

Jefferson & Jefferson 248 

Jersey City Printing Co 853 

Johnson Smith Co 140-189 

Jung, Geo. H., Co 88 

K 

Kahn.,Otto 16AA 

Kamrass & Sons, H 192 

Kardos & Co 160 

Keenan Safe Co 116 

Klbler Co '. . .172 

King Institute 16 B B-16 C C 

Klntho. .' 129 

Kirtland Bros. & Co 214 

Knox Business Book Co 101 

Knox School 01 Salesmanship 
and Business Efficiency. ... 54 

Kolb Portable Building Co 84 

Kolesch & Co ; 122 

Koontz & Co 46 

L 

Lacey & Lioey 17 

Lachman, Harold Co 147 

Lancaster & Allwine 94 

Landon School 125 

Lanston Monotype Machine Co. 66 

Larkln Co 6 

La Salle Extension University, 

7-65 to 68-235-886-887 

Lenox Co., D. R 156 

Lenox Mfg. Co 218 

Leonard, A. O 117-156 

Lewis, Samuel 78 

Libraine Beauchemin, Llmitee.175 

Life, E^D 88 

Llneograph Co 184 

Loob, Alex 250 

Lusk Institute Corpcratlon 42 



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Lust's, Dr. B. ,. .178-182-196-218 
Lyon, J. M., & Co 157-16L 

M 

Mager & Gougelmaiiu 892 

Major Mfg. Co . •. 90 

MantiattaaEIoctrlcalSuppIyCo.245 

Marble Anns A Mfg. Co 81 

MarlneHo 174 

Marshall Stillnuiu Assn 214 

Maurer Mfg. Co 222 

Ma.xim Silencer Co S68 

Maybelle Laboratories 16-E 

McDevitt-WilROi'.'s. Iiio 80 

McGraw-Hill Book Co., Inc.. 259 

Mead Cycle Co 73 

Meai-s Ear Phone Co 182 

Medlll & Co 190 

Mega-Ear-Phone Co llS-878 

Mentor Association. 227 

Menlam, G. & C. Co 21 

JMetal Ai-ts Co 119-8G2 

Metallic Letter Co 128 

Micfiellu Tire Co 11 

Mlcliigau State Auto School . . 34-35 

Milwaukee Motor School 193 

Mitchell Designing Schools . . . 244 
Modem Phonograph & Sup. (;o .191 
Modern Vacuum Cap Co.. 16-F F 

Moody Bible Institute 145 

Mordaunt & Hemmiok. .' 232 

Morley Co 94 

Mosher & Wallace 

Murine Eye Remedy 32 

N 

National Radio InsUtute 101 

National Salesmen's Training 

Association 4-5-11-89 

Natiu'al Body Brace Co 875 

Nature Cure Co 180 

Natiu-e Cure Publishing Co. . .238 

New Britain Machine Co 137 

New Success 212-21S 

New York Artiftcial Limb Co. . 80 
New York Camera Exchange. . 95 
New York Electrical ScDC»ol..y9-119 
N. Y. Institute of PhotoSraphy. 1S4 
New York Preparatory School. 84 

New York World S56 

Niagara School of Music 139 

North American Institute. .. .225 

O 

Oliver Typewriter Co 16H-16J 

•■One" Shoe Co 223 

Opportunity Press 128-214 

Olhine 122 

Owen, Richard B 124 

P 

Palmer Photoplav Corp IRl 

Pandlculator Co 182 

Pape'a Diapepsln 866 

Park TailoriuK Co 152 

Pache Frere"? Phonograph Co. .228 

Pathtinder, The IH-Cover 4 

Patterson Civil Service School 

'J-S78 
Peak, Wm. Chandler, M. D 866 



Perfect Voice Institute 

133-1,^6-894 

Perkins & Co IG-O 

Perth Amboy Chemical Works. 185 

Peters, H. W.. <fe Co 883 

Peyton, A. J., & Co 142-143 

Philo Burt Mfg. Co 129-876 

Physical Culture Corporation 

82-83-120-121-230-231 

Plapao Laboratories 875 

Police Training and Survey Co. 

1«>-F F 

Pompeian Mfg. Co 16-C 

Porter, Clias. S., Inc lO-F 

Pi-ess Go ... 862 

Producers & Consumers Alliance. 128 

Progress Tailoring Co 76-870 

Provident Purchasing Co 880 

R 

Rambler Shoo Company, 

179-186-190 

Randolph & Co 90 

Ray, Wra. H., Printing Ink Mfg. 

Co 884 

Redding & Co 9, 

Reliable Mail Order Co 874 

Reliable Safe <fe Lock Co 84 

Renulife Electric Co 14 

Review of Reviews Co. ..204-205 

Rife lOngiuc Co 80 

River.side Pub. Co 253 

Robin Light ing Fixtures Co. . . 102 
Roche Electric IMachine Co. 98-870 

Romeike, Albert & Co 92 

Ronald Press Co 246 

Rose <fe Company 210 

Royal Diamond and Watch Co. 184 
Kuskay, S. S., & Go 16-Q 



Sadlq, M. M 872 

Salz, A., & Co 138 

Sanderson-Cyclone Drill Co 881 

Sanitary Mfg. Co 180 

Schmidt & Dcery 170-171 

Sohoverliug, Daly & Gales. ... 19 
Schulilng Rupture Institute. . .866 

Schulte. A 892 

Scott Stamp & Coin Co. 

92-130-138-252 

Seaman Paper Co 16-K 

Shaw, A. W., & Co lO-L L 

Shaw Mfg.. Co •. 75 

Shcrwln Cody School of English, 

61-173-858 

Shumate Razor Co 254 

Simplex C0..T 16-0 

Slattery & Co 131 

Slingerland'a School of Music . . 108 
Smith Typewriter Sales Co. . . .202 

Smith, W. Hazelton 44 

Smith-Martin Co 112 

Spencer-Mead Co 868 

Springfield MetallicCasket Co. 1()-M 

Stamm & Co., P. G .■.lollYoung. W. F 



S 

Standard Business Training In- 
stitute -, 252 

Standard P'ood <fc Fur Assa. . . . 158 

Steff ey M £g. Co 88 

Steiiier, Joseph, & Bros. ..... I6-N 

Stein way & Sons 16-B 

Stoneham. Charles A., A Co. . .211 

Straus & Schram 243 

Strong, David Co , 159 

Struck & Bossak 229 

Sweeney Automobile, Tractor 

a,nd Aviation School 236-237 

Sweet, L. W., Inc 220-890 

Swoboda, AIo is P 250-257 

T 

TambfyiJ, 1'. W 98 

Threc-in-One Oil Co \ . 05 

Thompson, John L., Sons & Co., 

86-118-158-180 

Towne, Elizabeth, Co 225 

Travelers' Insurance Co 847 

Trilety, M 90-102^104 

Truth Publishing Co 16-PP 

TuUoss School 97-859 

Typewriter Emporium 24-25 

Tyrell's Hygienic Institute. 16-Q Q 

United Liquid Sulphur Co. ... 151 

U. S. School of Music 150-1C7 

Universal Business Institute. . . 91 
University of Applied Science, 

45-134-135 
V 

Vandeweghe, Adrlol 16-M M 

Van Nostrand, D., Co 855 

Vapa-Cre.solene Co 107 

Vernon Bros. & Co 84 

Vi-Rex Electric Co 197 

Vou PoJeuz & Co 52 

W 

Ware, Walter F.. Co 862 

Warowell Co 865 

Washington School of Art 51 

Washington Tailoring Co. ^ 92 

Weller, Jason & Son. . . .64-Covcr 3 

Weiss, L. T., Mfg 252 

West Disinfecting- Co 72 

Western Newspaper Assn 69 

Whitelaw Bros 100-190 

Wbltely Exerciser Co 186 

Wicks Electrical Institute. .. .20$ 

Willis, Harvey A 194 

Wills & Co., Hamilton B Ill 

Wilson Ear Drum Co 119 

Wolfe, M. S., & Co IG-KK 

AVondereeu 118 

Woodlawn Cemetery 892 

AVoodlawn Nurseries. 128 

World Technical Institute 220 

Wright & Co 124-250-872-874 

Wulfsohn, M., & Co 166 

Wm'litzer, Rudolph Co 255 



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General Index. 



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GENERAL INDEX. 



Note — In looking for tho names of an association, society, or other organization, first consult the list 
that begins on page 182. 

PAGE PAGE PAGE 

Asylums, N. Y. City 546-547 

" State 504 

Athenian Youths' Oath 172 

Athletics, College 792-794 

Athletic Goods, Exports 244 

■' (Olympic) 747 

Athletic Records 749 

" Track and Field 750 

Atlantic Highway 262 

" Passage Records 206 

Atmosphere, The 72 

Attorneys-Gen., U. S 612-613 

Augurs, Bits, Etc., Exports 244 

Australia, Foreign Trade 254 

Australasia, Population 440 

Austrian Ex-Royalties 126,127 

Authors of Note 112-114 

Auto Killings 488,500 

" Laws, N.Y 358 

Autos, Bus., Exports 244 

" Parts of, Exports 244 

" Private, Exports 244 

Automobiles, Cost of, in U.S.. . .486 

" in U.S 261 

" Pleasure Routes 262-263 

" Killings 523 

" Races and Records 744 

Aviation Casualties 397 

Records 742 



A. A. U. Championships, 

750,751,757,764,766,767 

" Records 759 

Abrasions of Coins 493 

Abbreviations of Titles 121 

Accidents, Help In Case of 801 

"Aces," American 397 

Acids, Exports 244 

Actors, Great 116 

Aeroplane Records 742 

Africa, Altitudes in 108 

Ages, Geologic 63 

Agriculture, Dept. of 610 

Agricultural Crops 298-300 

'^ Exper. Stations 294 

" Implements, Exports 244 

" and Mech. Schools 158 

" Officials, State 294 

" Population 440,460 

" Pop. of World 279 

" Secretaries of 612 

Air, The ; 72 

" Flying Records 742 

" Force Casualties 397 

Alabama, Elections (1920) 684 

" Pop. Places 449 

Alaska, Altitudes in 99 

" Gold and Silver Prod 434 

" Purohafle 448 

'• R. R 273 

" Trade 249 

Alcohol In Beverages 80 

" Exports 244 

" and the Insane ' 520 

" Poisoning IIO 

•' Statistics 304-306 

Alcoholic Beverases 304-306 

Aldermen, Board of 529 

Alfalfa Seed, Prices 295 

Aliens In Cities 479 

" Immigration 461 

" Laws as to 343-345 

" Naturalized, by Years 462 

" in N. Y. Cities 518,521 

" Population 471 

" Property Law 352 

Aliens in U. S 478 

" Origin of 477 

Almshouse Inmates 469 

Alps, Altitudes of 108 

Altltvides, Continental 440 

•* N. Y. City. 549 

Altitude Tables 97-109 

Aluminum Exports. 244 

" Prod. U. S. . . ... 197 

Amateur Rowing 789-791 

Ambassadors to U. S 617 

'• of U. S 617 

•' (U. S.) to Britain.. 615 

" to France. '. . . .616 

American Automobile Assoc l . . .534 
" Acad. Arts and Letters, ..... 145 

•" "Aces" .397 

" Army 393-397 

" Authors 112 

" Bonapartes 122 

" Colleges and Universities. 151-158 

•' Fed. of Labor 168,169 

•' Forestry Assoc 310 

" Merchant Marino. . . .223-227,229 
" Museum Natural History ... 583 

' Olympic Trials 750 

" Painters and Sculptors 115 

" Peace Mission's Cost 498 

" Rev. Battles 374 

" Running Records (horse). 771, 772 

" Samoa 248 

" Univ. Union in Europe 162 

" Wars, Troons in 375 

\merii-!ana Gassed in War 846 



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America's Cup Races 786 

Amusement Places, N. Y. City 

5S0-581 

Ancestry of the Presidents 641 

Ancient and Modern Year 27 

Angling, Surf .... -. 777 

Animals, Exports 244,291 

" on Farms .-. 289,290 

" Longevity of 87 

Animal Industry, Bur. of 533 

Annapolis Naval Acad 389 

Annivei-saries, Wedding 87 

Annuity Tables 83,84 

Antidotes of Poisons 110,111 

Anti-Trust Law 322 

Apollo Belvedere 114 

Apples, Export 244 

" Prices of 295 

Appraisers, U. S . . ; 532 

Appropriations by Congress. .427,428 

•' LegiS., N. Y 510 

Arabic Numerals 74 

Arbor Day 35 

Archaeology, Progress in 798 

Area of American Cities 481 

" of Circles 78 

" Great Lakes.. 200 

" Islands of World 206 

" N. Y. Counties 519 

" ■ and Pop. of Earth 440 

" " — All States and 

Countries, begins on 443 

" of States 399 

" of World 279 

Areas. Earthquake 63 

Arizona, Elections (1920) i684 

" Pop., Places in 449 

Arkansas, Elections (1920) 685 

" Pop., Places in 449 

Armies of World 373 

Army Camps 397 

" Educ. System 387,388 

" Enlistment Act ; 352 

" Forts 391 

" Hospitals 393 

" Major Generals 373 

" OCBces in N. Y. City 532 

" Pay 394 

" Strength of 497 

" U. S 393-397 

.\rre3t. Law on 333 

Arsenic, Curiosities of 502 

" Poisoning 110 

Arson Penalties 327 

Aryan Population 440 

Asbestos, Exports 244 

Ash Wednesday 35 

Asia, Altitudes in 98 

Asia, Foreign Trade 254 

" Population 440 

Asphalt Production in U. S 197 

Assassinations, Political 620. 

Assault Penalties 326 

Assembly, N. Y. State 507 

Assessed Values. N. V. City.. 557-558 

" N. Y. State .510 

" of Realty In Amer. 

Cities 481 

" by States 399 

.A.ssoclatlon Football 760 

Associations 182-195 

(NOTE-^Organizatlons not in this 
list may appear separatL'ly in 
Index.) 

Astor House Site 566 

Astrology, Signs of 62 

Astronomical Calculations 27 

" Constants 59 

" Signs 5) 

Astronomy, Progress in 798 



"Babe" Ruth's Records 754 

Bacon Exported 291 

Bags, Fibre, Paper, Exports 244 

Balloon Race Records 742 

Ballots, Rep. Pres. Conv 660 

Bank Clearings 416,417 

" Failures 406-408-409 

Banking Act, Foreign, U.S 346 

•• Data, N.Y. City 417,418 

" Statistics, Nat 419 

N.Y. City 541-543 

N.Y. State 525 

Banks. No. of Depositors 420 

' ' Resources of 420 

" Savings 420 

Bankhead Highway 262 

Bankruptcy Law 339 

Bantu, Pop 440 

Baptist "Drive" 181 

Bar Assoc, N.Y. City 536 

Barley Crops 299 

" N.Y. State 526 

" Exports 244 

•' Prices 295 

Baseball 781-785 

Basketball 780 

Bath.g, N.Y. City 545 

Battles of American Rev 374 

Battleships of World 378-385 

Beans, Exports 244 

" Prices of 295 

Beef, Cured, Pickled, Exports.. .244 

" Fresh, Exports 244 

•' Exported 291 

Beer Statistics 304-306 

Belgian Royal Family 123 

Belgium, Cabinet 618 

Belmont Tunnel 554 

Benefactions (1920) 485 

Berlin, Congress of 638 

Beverages, Alcoholic .304-306 

" Exports 244 

Bible Weights and Measures 74 

Bicycle Race (6-clay) 15 

Bicycles, Tricycles, Exports 244 

Bicycling Records 7,55 

Bicamy Laws 323 

Billiards 15, 797 

Biographies of the Presidents. 641-643 



General Index — Continued. 



PAGE 

Biography, American 113,115 

" Dictionary of 113-118 

Biology, Progress In 799 

B^rd Cries 500 

" Count 87 

'• Laws 3G2 

Birtl^a, N.Y. City 561 

-•• in N.Y. State 511,512 

•' in U.S. (1919) 448 

girth Stones tOl 

I*son, American 496 

Blaclc Pop. of World 440 

BJacluS in rj. S 476 

Blind Pop. of U. S 467 

Boards, Exports 244 

Boiler Explosions 132 

Boilers, TuV)es, Engine, Exports.. 244 

Bolts, Nuts, etc.. Exports 244 

Bonapartes, The 122 

Bond and Stoclc Salea 415 

Boolts, Maps, Eng., Exports.. . .244 

•' Pi-oductlon of ; 146 

Book Revenues 148 

■■ Sales, Noted 146 

Boots, Shoes, Leather, Exports. .244 

Borough Pre,9idents 529 

Boston Art Museum 142 

Botanical Gardens 583-584 

Bottles, Jars, Exports 244 

Bourbon Pretenders 122 

Bowling .• 15,797 

Boxing Commisaion 504 

" Gate Receipts 765 

" Records 15,763 

^ran. Prices of 295 

Brandy Statistics 304-306 

Brass, Exports 244 

Bread, Biscuits, Exports 244 

Breadstufis, Exports 240,244 

B'kiast Foods, Nat. Oats, Expt3..244 

Breadth of States 399 

Bricits, Exports 244 

Bridges, N. Y. City 555-556 

Bridge & Tun. Com.,N.Y.-N.J. .504 
Bridges (Plant & Structures), 

Dept. of 530 

Britain. Altitudes in 109 

British Cabinet 618 

" Chancery Funds 428 

" Dukes 119 

•' Envoys to U.S 616 

" Parliament. ; 119 

" Premiers 119 

'• Royal Family 123-124 

■■ Weights and M'easiu-es 75 

Brooklyn bridge 555-556 

" Derby 775 

" Handicap 774 

" Institute 584 

" Rapid Transit Lines 551-553 

Brotherhoods, Railway 168,169 

Bubonic Plague In U.S 502 

Buckwheat Crops, N.Y. State... 526 

" Prices 295 

Budgets, N.Y. City 539 

■• of .States 399 

" of U.S. Cities 481 

Buffalo, The American 496 

" Fine Arts Academy 142 

Bldg. Construction, Chief Cities . 404 
N.Y. City. ...563-564 

'• Inquiry, N.Y. City 18 

Buildings, High 565 

" Valuable, N.Y. City 566 

Building & Loan Aasns 405 

Bulgarian Royal Family 123 

Bur. of Accuracy and Fair Play. . 21 

Burglary Laws 327 

Burial Grounds, Nat 392 

" Places of Presidents 642 

Bus Traffic, N. Y. City 553 

Bushel Measures 286 

Business Failures 406-409 

Busy Corners. N.Y. & London. .553 

Butter, Exports 244 

" Prices of 29. 

•' Prod, in N.Y 503 

BUttODB, Exports 241 



Cabinet, U. S. . . .• 609 

Cabinets, Foreign 618 

Cables of the World 269 

Calendar lor 1920 37 

" (1920-1923) 32 

" Church 27-29 

'■ Ecclesiastical 27-29 

" Ready Reference 33 

" in Standard Time, for Cities , 

U. S 49I 

" Sunrise Corrections 49 

California, Elections (1920) 686 

Pop. Places in 449 

Calves, Prices of 295 1 

Campaign Expenditures 72j5 

Camps, U. S. A 397 

Canada, Altitudes in 107 

Area, Pop., Trade, Prod., 

Debt, Rev., Etc 253-258 

Business Failures 406-409 

Farm Measures 286 

List of Officials 620 

National Wealtli 405 

Canadian Canals 213 

Colleges 156 

Rivers ,^ 211 

Canals, Erie 216-218 

Foreign 213 

N.Y. State, Traffic, etc. . . 2!i)-218 

Panama 214.215 

Suez 213 

in U. S 212,213 

Candy. Exports 244 

Capitals, of All Countries 443-445 

Capital of Nat. Banks 419 

■ of Railways 278 

of States 399 

Capitol, U. S. The 640 1 

Car Wheels, Axles, Exports 244! 

Carbolic Poisoning lllf 

Cardinals, College of .'.174 

Carnegie Foundation 149 1 

Carpentier-Dempsey Match .... 765 
Cars, Pas., Freight, Exports. . . .244 



on Railways 276! 

Carter Handicap 775 1 

Cartridges, Exports 244 ' 

Castings, Exports 244 ! 

Casualties to Amer. Ships 230 1 

■ Steamboat 619 

Catholic Pop. Ireland 442 

Catskill Water Supply 574-575 

Cattle Exports 244,291 

■ on Farms 289,290 

Marketed 290 

Prices of 2951 

Slaughtered. 292,293 

Causes of Deaths of Presidents. . 642 

Cavalry Endurance Test 771 

Celebrated Dates 128-131 

Cement, Hydraulic, Exports .... 244 

'• Prod., U.S 197 

Cemeteries, Nat 392 

Census Bureau, U. S 605 

Central Amer. Foreign Trade. . .252 

Central Park 571 

Centre of U. S. Pop 448 

Cereal Quarter 287 

Chancery Funds 428 

Charters, New Corp. in U.S. . . .437 
Cheese, Exports 244 

■ Prod, in N. Y 503 

Chemicals, Drugs, Exports 244 

Chemistry, Progress In 799 

Chest Measurements 86 

Chewing Gum Statistics 490 

Chicago Art Institute 14 1 

" Grain Traffic 297 

"* Port Commerce 243 

Chickens, Prices of 295 

Child Welfare Board 529 

Children's Courts 350 

•■ Names 150 

Children of Presidents 642 

•' Vitality of 442 

China's Foreign Pop 490 

Chinese in U. S 476 

Choc, Cocoa, Exports 244 



PAGE 

Chronologic Eras 27 

Chronology of Year, begins on 802 

Church Calendars 27-29 

" Debts, Expend., Etc.... 179-181 

" "Drives" 181 

" Fasts 27-29 

" Membership 173,178-181 

- Members, In Cities 178 

" Members, by States 178 

Churches, N.Y. City 591-602 

" Number and Value of.. . .179-181 

Cigar Statistics 300 

Cigarettes, Exports 244 

Cincinnati Museum of Art 143 

Cipher Frequency 116 

Circles, Area of 78 

Cities, Amer., Area and Other 

Statistics 01 481 

" Births in (19i9) 448 

" Bldg. Construction in 404 

" Church Members in 178 

" Foreign, Pop 441 

" Foreign Whites in 475 

" Infant Deaths in (1919) 448 

" Latitude & Longitude of. . .60,61 

" Mayors of 483 

" Negroes and Alieiis in 479 

" N. Y., Aliens in .321 

" Nicknames of 402 

" Telephone Development .... 270 

" Postmasters of . . . .■ 622 

" Rainf.all of 68,69 

" Temperature of 68,69 

" U. S., Foreign AVhites in. 473-476 

" in U. S., Pop of 449-458 

" U.S., Pop. of iOO Biggest. . . .445 
Citizenship Papers Issued in U.S .462 

Civil Pension Law, U. S 346 

Service Commission .504 

Comm, N.Y. City 529 

" U. S 615 

" Rules, N.Y. City .567 

" U. S 606 

Clay Prod., U.S 197 

Clayton Act 322 

Clearing House Data 418 

Cleveland Art Museum 141 

Cliff Habitations 490 

Climate 63 

Clock Time 30 

Clocks, Watches, Exiwrts. ... 244 

Cloth, Cotton, Exports 244 

" Wool, Exports 244 

Clothing, Cotton, Exports .... 244 

" Wool, Exports 214 

Clover Seed, Prices of 295 

Clubs In N. Y. City .344 

•' InU. S 543,344 

Coal, Hard, Exports 244 

" Land Act 350 

" Mine Disasters 132 

" " Fatalities 204 

" Miners, Number 204 

" Oil Prdd., U. S 197,205 

" Prices at N. Y. City 201 

" Prod., Canada 258 

" " Japan .\:. . .260 

" " per Miner. . . 202 

•' " U. S.. 197,203,204 

" •' World 20t 

" Reserves of World. 201 

•• Shipments, Expts, Impts.. . .202 

" Soft, Exports 244 

Coast Artillery Dlstri.-ts. . . 393 

" and Geodetic Survey 604 

" Guard 390,532 

" Line, U. S 66 

Cocoa Statistics , 303 

Cocoanut Oil, Exports, 244 

Cod, Haddock, Exports. . .' 244 

Codfish Shipwrecks 136 

" Statistics: . 308 

Coffee, Exports. 244 

•* Statistics 303 

Coin in Circulation. 421 

Coinage of Mint^. .; ; 432,492,836 

Coins, Abrasion of. 493 

•' Foreign 74 

Value of : 429 

•' of U.S., Outstandins;.. . . .-. . .492 



General Index — Continued. 



PAGE 



Coke, Exports 244 

•• Prod., U.S 197,201.202 

College Athletics 792-794 

" oJ Cardinals 174 

" Endowments 150 

" Fraternities. ir.9-16:; 

" Rowing 787-789 

" Sororities 161,162 

Colleges, Canadian 156 

" and Universities 151-158 

Collectors ol Customs 623 

Color Chart 96 

Colorado, Elections (1920) 687 

" Pop. Places in 449 

Columbia School of Journalism. .586 

Comets 51 

Commerce, Chicago Port 24;J 

" Dept. of 610 

" Latin-Amer 250 

" Mississippi River 24D 

" Secretaries of 61S 

*■ U.S., (1920)... 498,846 

" LiQ*ior 306 

" Ports 228,229,231.234,235 

■• of World 441 

Commercial Failures 406 409 

Commissioners of Pensions 613 

Committees of Congress 741 

Commodity Prices 431 

Componsation Laws 313-322 

Composers, Great 116 

Comjwiind Interest Si 

Comptroller's Office 529 

Confederate Museum 19:- 

Configurations, Planetary 5i 

Congress, 67th 73' 

Congress Appropriations. . . .427,42-^ 

" of Berlin 638 

" Committees 741 

Congressional Library 140 

Connecticut, Elections (1920) 68S 

" Pop. Places in 449 

Conservation Commission 504 

Constanta, Astronomical 59 

Constitution of U.S 631 

Constitutional Amend. In N'.Y...639 
Constitution, U.S., Amendments. 63t 

Consuls, N. Y. City .55t; 

Consumption, Meat 292,203 

Contracts, Law of 338 

Co-operative Movements 170 

Copper, and Mfrs. of. Exports. .244 

" Prod., Canada 256 

" " Japan 260 

" •• U.S 197 

Copyright Laws 361,362 

Corcoran Art Gallery 142 

Cord of Wood 311 

Cordage, Exports 244 

Corn Crops 298 

" ■• N.y. State 526 

■• Exports 244 

" Meal, Exports 244 

" Prices of 295 

" Starch, Exports 244 

Corners, Busy, N.Y. & London. .553 

Coronations, English 118 

Corporations, New, in U.S 437 

Corporation Tax Law 425 

Correction, Dept. of 529 

Cosmetics, Exports 244 

Costly Buildings, N.Y. City 566 

Cotton, Knit Goods. Exports. . .244 

" Mfrs. of. Exports 244 

" Prices of 295 

'• Prod., Cons.. Expts, Impts. .302 

•' Raw, Exports 244 

" Seed, Calce, Exports 244 

" Meal, Exports 244 

" " Oil, Exports 244 

*' " Prices 295 

" " Meal, Prices 295 

Counties With Most Farms 459 

" N.Y., Area of 519 

" N.Y.,Popof 519 

County Clerks 531 

" Registers 673 

Court, Hague 371 

" Tennis '. 785 



PAGE 

Courts, Children's 350 

and Judges, N.Y. State and 

City'. 537-540 

Cows, Prices of 295 

Crack Shots 761 

Creel Committee 345 

Cricket Records 768 

Crimes, Juvenile, N.Y. City 550 

in N.Y. State 514 

and Penalties 326-328 

Against U.S 32G 

Crops in U.S 298-300 

of World 29 

Cross-Country Races 768 

Croton Water Supply 574, 575 

Cuba ." . . . 24>) 

Cube Roots 

Cup Races, America's 786 

Customs Claims 357 

" Collectors 623 

" Exam. Law 342 

" Law 353-357 

" "Nav. Officers 623 

" Revenues 423 

" Surveyors 623 

Cutlery, Exports 244 

Cycles, Eras, Etc 27 

Cycling (Olympic) 756 

Records 753-755 

Czecho-Slovakia Cabinet 618 



D 



D.iily Food Rations 286 

Papers, Circulation of 147 

Papers in United States 171 

Dairy Industry, N. Y. State 503 

Products, Exports 244 

Dairymen's Table 71 

Danish Authors 114 

Royal Family 123 

W. Indies, Acquisition of 44-i 

Dates, Memorable 128-131 

Day, Solar, Etc . .^ 29 

Daj'S, Lengths. . f. 3! 

" Between Dates 36 

" Ember and Rogation 27 

" of Obligation 27-29 

Deaf and Dumb Inst, N. Y 504 

Death, Causes of in N. Y. 

State 511-513 

" Rate in United States 466 

Deaths (1920), begin on 837 

" by Automobiles 500,523 

" Causes of in U. S 466,467,500 

" of Infants in U. S. (1919) ... .448 

" Among Insane 520 

" N. Y. City 561-562 

" In N. Y. State 511-513 

Debt, N. Y. City 558 

•• N. Y. State 510 

" Uiiited States 421,497 

Debts of American Cities 481 

" of Nations 4lo 

" of States 399 

Decimals and Fractions 8i 

Declaration ol Independence 628 

" of Indep., Signers 629 

Declarations of War 376 

Declinations, Magnetic 52 

Decorations, Military 388 

Deeds, Acknowledgment of 337 

Degrees, Reduced to Mln & Sec. 81 

Delaware, Elections (1920) 688 

Pop, Places in 449 

Democratic Nat. Committee — 670 
" Nat. Conventions (1908-' 16).. 644 

" Nat. Convention (1920) 654 

" Nat. Platform (1920) 6.54 

" Platform, N. Y. State 661 

" & Rep. Leaders, N. Y. C. 533,534 

" State Chairmen 670 

Dempsey-Carpentier Match. . . .765 

Denmark, Cabinet 618 

Denominational Strength,173,178-181 
Density of Pop, United States . . 458 

Dental Goods, Exports 244 

Deposits, ill Banks in U. S 419 

Derby, Epsom 778 

Dictionary of Biography 112-118 



Digestibility of Foods 

Disasters, Coal Mine 

Marine 1 

Disbursem'ts & Rec. N .Y. Sta 

" United States 

" United States Govt ' 

Distances, Between Ports. .. .'n 

" in Europe 

" in N. Y. City 

" in N. Y. State 

'' via Panama Canal 

'* iiT United States 

Distilled Beverages 30 

District Attorne.vs 

Dividends of Nat. Baulis 

" of Railways 

Dlvis on Table 

" of Time 

Divorces, Caus?s of 

Divorce & Marriage Laws.. .32; 
Divorces in Enrtand & Wales. 

in United States 463,464 

Dixie Highway 

Docks, Department of 

Dressmakers Chart 

Drinking Statistics 304 

Drug Addict, of Recruits 

Dual and Triangular Rowing . . . 

Dukes, Brltisli 

Duluth-Superior Canal 

Dumb, Institutions for, N. Y s 

Dutch Painters & Sculptors 

Duties on Imports 353-? 

Dyes, Aniline, Exports '- 

" Dyestuffs. Exports 2 



Earnings of Nat. Banks 4 

Earth, Area of 2 

" Population of ■■ 

Earthenware, Exports 

Earthnuake Areas 

East River Tunnels 

Easter Sunday 

Eclips?s 

Kdg<3 Banking Act 

Education, Dept. of N. Y. C 

" N. Y. State Department 

Statistics, N. Y. City.. . 

Vocat. Fed. Bd 

Eggs, Exports 

'■ Prices of 

Egypt Flogged Profiteers 

Eiajtein's Relativity Theory 

Election Returns (1920), begin on 

Elections, Bo.ard of ; 

Money Spent in 7i 

State Supt. of ^ 

Electoral Vote r 6 

Electrical Units i '• 

Electric-Lighted Houses In U. d. . 27 

Railways 271,27 

Elements, Melting Points 8i 

Elevated Roads, N. Y. City. 551-553 

Elevations, N. Y. City 549 

Ember Days 27 

Emigration Statistics 46i 

•• United States 40.2 

Enameled Ware, Exports 24 

Endowments, College 150 

Engineering, Progress In 800 

Engines. Gasoline. Exports 244 

" Parts, Exports 2- 

England, Divorces In 4i 

England, Population 4 

English Authors J 

" Coronations ■ 1 

•' Epsom* Derby 7''.. 

•• Money Units 74 

" Painters & Sculptors 115 

'• Poets-Laureate 136 

" Rulers 118 

" Weights and Measures 75 

Enlisted Reserve Corps .395 

Envoys to United States 617 

" British, to United States 616 

" (United States) to Britain... 615 

" to France 616 

Epidemics, Yellow Fever 136 



General Index — Continued. 



PAGE 

;opal Calendar 27-29 

!ha. Eras, Etc 27 

)m Derby 778 

French Revolution 23 

I, Epocha, Cycles, Etc 27 

Jeologic 63 

3 Canal 216-218 

«ranto 145 

ates "In Chancery" 428 

Laws as to 329-337 

•ope. Altitudes in 108 

ex-Royaltles 126 

Foreign Trade ol 251 

Population 440 

Royal FamUiea 123-127 

jning Stars 27 

World Achievements 17,20 

ents. Great, Dates of 128-131 

of the Year — the daily record 

)egln8 0n 802 

cesa Profits Tax Rec 425 

Profits Tax Table 424 

change Rates 423 

xhanges, N. Y. City 581 

xclse Commissioner 505 

xluslon Law 344 

<ecutive Mansion, U. S 640 

iempt .Realty, N. Y. City 563 

cpenditurea and Receipts, N. 

Y. State 510 

• United States 423 

•• United States Gov't 421.422 

Ixperience Table (Ins. ) 438 

'xploalve. Exports 244 

iJxporta, Animals and Meat 291 

" By Sea and Land 243 

" from U. S 233-235:239-244 



''!'=' .^res. Business 406-409 

N. Y. State 505 

lus Events 128-131 

Crops 298-300 

oduce. Prices 295 

■oduce, Rec'd at X. Y 296 

vtiatioa, United States 288 

•r-Labor Conv. & Plat 667 

■rs' Table 71 

, Live Stock on 289,290 

i Mai-l^eta Dept i . . 505 

N. Y. State 459 

.1 United Stales 459 

Value of, in United States ... 288 

.St Ocean Passages 206 

.ists, Church 27-29 

ate in Foods 285 

I'^east Days 27-29 

'^pderal Courts in U. S 614 

" Reserve Bank, N. Y 417 

" Reserve Board 623 

Feloades in N. Y. State 51-1 

Female Illiterates 468 

Females in Great Britain 442 

" of School Age 478 

" 21 & Over, In U. S 477 

" In United States 476 

Fencing 779 

Ferries, N. Y. City 556 

Fertilizers, Exports 244 

Fibres, Exports 244 

Field Mus. of Nat. Hist 142 

Piles, Rasps, Exoorts 244 

Films. Photo, Exports 244 

Finance Dept 529 

Tnland, Cabinet 618 

Irearms, Exp<jrts 244 

.'Ire Commisaionera, N. Y. City 559 

" Department .• 529 

, " Insurance in U.S ; . 437 

" Losses in N. Y. City 559 

•' " in U. S 437 

Flrst-Aid in Accidents 801 

Fish, Exports 244 

•' Statistics 308 

Fisheries Bureau. U. S 605 

Fishermen's Sailing Race 78 

Ftahing Officials 295 

Flag. U. S.. Origin of 636 

Flags, Weather 



PAGE 

Flat Houses, N. Y. City 563-564 

Flax. Production of 279 

Flaxseed Crops 299 

Prices 295 

Flemish Painters & Sculptors. . . 115 

Florida. Elections (1920) 688 

Population, Places 450 

Purchase 448 

Flour, Exports 296 

Flowers, State 401 

Fogs 73 

Food Administrator 632 

" Crops 298-300 

" of Family for One Year 302 

•' Prices 432 

•• Rations In Cities 286 

•• Stuffs. Prices of 431 

" Values 285 

Foods, Digestibility of 285 

Football 15,745,760 

(Soccer) 760 

Foreign Banking Act. U. S 346 

" Cabinets 6)8 

" Coins, Value of 423 

" Commerce of United States 

228-229; 231-244; 2.50 

" Consuls, N. Y. City 556 

" Envoys in U. S 617 

" Exchange Rates 423 

" Money 74 

" and Native Population . . .471,478 

" Trade, Asia 254 

" " Australia 254 

" Central America 253 

•■ •• Europe 251 

" Great Britain 253,254 

" South Africa 254 

" South America 252 

•• West Indies 252 

" Weights and Measures . . 79 

" Whites in Ci ties 475 

" In United States. 472 

•• in U. S. Cities . . . 473-476 

Foreigners in Cities 479 

" Coming to United States • . 461 

•• in N. Y. Cities 518 

" in U. S., Origin of 477 

Forest Preserve. N. Y. State 527 

Forests, National 309 

Forestry, N. Y. College of 505 

Forgery Laws 328 

Forms of Address 117 

!''ort8, United States 391 

Fractions 81 

France, Cabinet 618 

Navy 383 

Fraternal Insurance in N. Y 438 

Fraternities, College 159,182 

Freedom of Seas .638 

Free List 356,357 

Maaons,Statistlcs of 625 

Freight TrafBc, R. R 276 

French Academy 137 

" Authors 113 

" Envoys to United States. . . .616 

" Painters & Sculptors 115 

" Pretenders 122 

" Revol. Era 29 

" Rulers 120 

Fruits, Exports 244 

Prices of 295 

Fuel Administration 532 

Furniture, Exports 244 

Furs, Skins, Raw, Exports 244 

Futurity Race 772 



Gadsden Purchase 448 

Game Officials 295 

Garden Planting Maps 280,28i 

Gas & Electric StockB .415 

Gasoline (Nat. Gaa) P»rod 197 



Gas (Natural) Prod., U.S.. 
Gases, Specific Gravity of . 

Gassed In War 

Gems Found in U.S 

General Staff. U.S.A . . 

66lGeograpblc Board. U.S, . . . 



PAGE ■ 

Geography, Progress In 800 

Geologic Eraa 83 

Geolog. Hist, of N. Y. State 624 

Geology. Progress in 801 

Geo. V/ashlngton Nat. Hi' way. .263 

Georgia, Elections (1920) 689 

Pop. Places 450 

German Authors . . .' , 113 

ex-Royalisis 126 

Foreign Trade 489 

Monev Units 74 

Painters and Sculptors 115 

Rulers 120 

Germany. Cabinet •. ... 618 

■ Navy .384 

Gifts, Public (1920) 485 

Gin Statistics 304-306 

Ginseng, Exports 244 

Glass, Glassware, Exports. . .244 

Glucose, Exports 244 

Gold In Circulation 421 

In Europe's Banlos 422 

Exports and Imports 433 

Production 433. 

Prod., Canada 257 

Japan 2C0 

" U.3 197,434 

Ration of, to Silver 435 

in U.S. Treasury 428 

Value per oz 416 

World's Stock of 619 

Output 493 

GoU 779 

Gordon Bennett Races 742 

CJovernment Prlntius; Office. 604,610 

Grades. Military 381 

Grain Crops 298,299 

■ Exports 296 

Traffic, Chlcat^o 297 

N.Y. Po.'-t 296 

Grand Amcr. Handicaps 761 

Army of the Republic 506 

Prix de Paris 777 

Graveyards, Nat 392 

Gravity, Attractio;i of 78 

Specific 76 

Grease, Exports 244 

Great Britain, C'aoinet 618 

•• Debt .254 

•• Forei^'o Trade. . . 2'i3,254 
■ Males & Females iu . 442 
" Natio.'ial Wealth.. . .405 

" Navy .i83 

Pop 442 

• Rev. <»,' Expend 254 

FJvetits, Dates of 128-131 

Lakes, .\rea 206 

Ports 219 

Greece, Cabinet .618 

Grecian Royal Family 124 

Greek Authors 114 

Church Calendar 29 

Letter Societi".3 159-162 

Weights and .Measures 74 

Gregorian Year 29 

Guam 249 

Acquisition of . . 448 

Gymnastics 766 

Gypsum, Prod., U ^ 197 



H 



Hague Court 371 

Hall of Fame : 584 

HaJley'a Comet 51 

Hams, Shoulders. Exports 244' 

Handball Records ....;, 757 

Harbor Masters '. 505 

Harbor of N.Y.. deacr, ol. .568-569 
Harding's Speech of. Acceptance . 652 

Hardware, Exports 244 

Hare Hunting 496 

Harness Horse Racing 776-777 

.197 Harvest Seasons 279 

76 Hats, Materials of. Exports. . . .244 

.846 Hawaii ■. .248 

. 198 " Acquisition of 448 

.394 " Volcanoes 109 

.602 Hay Crops, N.Y. State. 528 



Genci al Index — t^ontmuM^. 



\ 



TaCe 

Health, Dept » 529 

" Ofllcera of the Port . . v 505 

'• State Dept. of 505 

Height, Human, Tabl<S3 86,87 

Hell Gate Bridge 555-556 

Help in Caae of Act^identa 801 

Herbs and Plant*!,. 62 

Hides, Cattle, R-xporta 244 

" Skins, Not Vur, Exports 244 

High Buildtr^gs 56.") 

High-Watei- Tablea 64,65 

Highways, National 262-268 

•■ in N..Y. State 524 

Himalaya*. Altitudes 98 

Hlndo/) Stakes 774 

Historical Society, N.Y 58H 

Hookey 794 

•'• (Olympic) 748 

Hogs E.xported 291 

" on Karma 289,290 

" Marketed 290 

" Prices of 295 

" Slaughtered 292,293 

Hollda;'; .,,,,,,,,,,,,, S^ 

SoilaiidT Cabinet !".!'.'.!! 618 

•' Royal Family 125 

Holy Days 27-29 

Homes, N.Y. City 546-547 

'• of Presidents 642 

Homesteads, Soldiei-s & Sailors. .669 

Homicides in U.S 430 

Hops. E.tporta 244 

Horizon, Visibility Table 73 

Horse Racing 769-778 

" (Running) Records 771,772 

" the origin of 494 

Horses, Exports 244,29i 

'• on Farms 289,290 

■' Prices of 295 

" and Stables, N.Y. City 564 

Hosiery, Silk, Exports 244 

Hospital Commission, State 505 

" Army 393 

•• N.Y. City 347-548 

" N.Y. State 504,505 

House of Representatives -738 

" " Speakers of 613 

" U.S., Committees 741 

'• of Refuge 504 

Housing Data, N.Y. City 563-564 

" Inquiry 18 

•' Laws, N.Y 357 

Hudson River, Opens, Closes. . .218 

•-' Tubes. ..\ 551,553 

Hiimaa Life 31 

" Races 402 

Hunter College 588 

Hurdle Records 749,752 



I. C. A. A. A. A. Records. .. .792-793 

Ice Harvests. N.Y. State 528 

Idaho, Elections (1920) 690 

" Populous Places 450 

Illinois, Elections (1920) 691 

" Populous Places 450 

IlUteraoy in U.S 467,468 

Immigration, Canadian 255 

" Law 343-345 

" Statistics 461 

Immigrant Station 532 

Impeachments 484 

Imports, Duties on . 353-357 

•' to U.S 233-239 

Inaugural Dates 64 

Income Tax Receipts 425,426 

" T;ix Table 424 

Incorporations In U.S 437 

Indebtedness of Nations 410 

Independence, Declaration of . . . 628 



Hall . 

Indian Pop. Amer 

•• In U.S 

" Reservations, N.Y.. . , 

•• Schools, N.Y 

" In NY 

Indians in N.Y. State. . . . 
Indiana, Elections (1920). 



.139 
.440 
.466 
.505 
.504 
.519 
.505 
.6921 



PAGE 

Indiana, Populous Places 450 

Indo-Ger. Pop 440 

Industrial Commlsaion, State. . .505 

Insurance 437 

Population 440 

Population, U.S 460 

Stocks 412-414 

Infants' Deaths in U.S. (1919)... 448 

" Food, Exports 244 

Influenza Mortality 512 

Inheritance Laws 329-337 

Insane, Deaths of 520 

in N.Y. State 520-522 

Number of, in U.S 470 

Insect Losses 285 

Insurance, Fraternal in N.Y. . . .438 
Indus'l, Fire, Marine, in U.S.. 437 

Life 436 

Mortality Table 438 

Supt. of 505 

Interboro Lines 551-553 

Interchurch World Movement. .181 

Interest LawiJ ...,.;,.., 325 

Taoies. i 83,»i 

" on U.S. Debt ? 421 

Interior Dept 610 

" Sees, of 612 

Internal Revenue Collectors. . . .622 

'• Offices 532 

•• Receipts 423,425 

International Court of Justice. . .836 

Seamen's Union 165 

Interstate Commerce Comm... .624 

Park 534 

Inventions, Noted 131 

Iowa, Elections (1920) 693 

P6pulou8 Places in 451 

Ireland, Catholic Pop 442 

Population 442 

Irish Republic 617 

Iron, Bar, Exports 241 

'■ Ore, Exports 244 

■■ Prod 197-199 

Canada 257 

in the World 199 

" Pig, Exports 244 

" Prod 197,199 

" " " Canada 257 

" Japan 260 

" Prod, of World 196 

" Steel, Billets, Exports 244 

" Mfrs. of. Exports 244 

Islands, Area of 206 

Italian Authors 114 

" Painters and Sculptors 115 

Italy, Cabinet 618 

■' Navy 384 

Italy's Royal Family 125 



Japan Cabinet 618 

■ Navy 384 

Trade, Prod., Rev., etc. ..2.59,260 

Japanese in U.S 472,476 

Jefferson Highway 263 

Jewish Holidays, etc 28 

Population 442 

Jookeys, Leading 770,771 

Jugo Slavia, Cabinet 619 

Royal Family 125 

Jumping Records 743 

■ (Human) Records of 749 

Jurors, Commissioners of 531 

Jury Duty in New York 536 

Justice, Department of 609 

Justices U. S. Supreme Court.. .615 

Juvenile Courts 350 

" Crimes, New York City 550 

K ^ 

Kansas, Elections (1920) 694 

" Labor Law 345 

" Populous Places in 451 

Keeweenaw Canal 215 

Kentucky Derby 775 

•' Elections (1920) 695 

Handicap 775 

Populous Places in 451 



PAOH 

Kerosene Production in U.S.. 197,205 
Killed and Injured In Railways. .277 

in War 373-377,397 

Killings In U. S 439 

Kings of Countries 621 

English na 

Knights of Columbus 60 J 

Knots, Marine 75 



Labor Bureaus, State 603 

" Department of 610 

" State Department of 505 

Lakes, English 10» 

" in New York State 528 

Lambs, Prices of 295 

Lamps, etc., Exports 244 

Land Measure, Spanish 76 

*' '* TEXSrS 7fi 

" Values, New Yoi-k' City .'."557-558 

■' New York State 510 

•; " in U. S. Cities. ...... ..481 

Lands, Plowr 289 

" Vacant Public 608 

Languages of World 145 

Larceny Laws 328 

Lard, Compounds, Exports 244 

" Exported 244,291 

" Neutral, Exports 244 

Late News 14-16 

Latin-American Commerce 250 

" Authors 114 

Latitudes, How to Find 59 

" Table of 60,61 

Latonla Championship 775 

" Derby 774 

Latter Day Saints In U. S 175 

Law, Alien Enlistment 352 

" As to Deeds 337 

" Corporation Tax 425 

" Dept 529 

Laws— Edge Act 346 

" Exclusion Act 344 

" Hague Court -.371 

•' Housing, N. Y 357 

" Immigration 343-345 

" Inheritance 329-337 

" Interest 325 

" Inter.state Commerce 347-350 

" Kansas Labor 345 

" Lifeboat 369 

" Marriage & Divorce 323-3' 

" Merchant Marine 3o. 

" Naturalization 340 

" N. Y. City Pension 602 

" N. Y. State (1920) 357,358 

" Notes, Promissory 337 

" Passport 341 

" Patent 359 

" Pensions 370,371 

" Schools 157 

" As to Aliens 343-345 

" Arrests, Civil 338 

" Auto., N. Y. State 358 

" Bankruptcy 339 

" Bird, U. S...-. 362 

" Coal and Oil Land 350 

•• On Contracts 338 

" Clayton Act 322 

" Copyright 361,362 

•■ Crimes & Penalties 326-328 

" Customs Exam 342 

" Sherman Act 322 

" Sup. Ct. Decia. on Prohibi- 
tion 363-367 

•' Sup. Ct. on Steel Corp... 368.369 

'• Statutes of Limitation 325 

'• Trademark 360 

" Tuberculosis, Cure ol, in 

N. Y 545 

•' U. S. Foreign Banking 346 

■• U. S. Pensions (ClvU) 346 

" Alien Property 352 

" U. S. Tariff 353-357 

" Water Power 351 

" Wills 339 

" Workmen's Compensation 

313-323 



iberai ±,oaex — uo/- 



PAGE 

awn Tennis 746 

" (Olympic) 749 

<ead, Expoits 244 

" Pencils, Exports 244 

' Poisoning 110 

' Prod., Canada 257 

" " Japan 260 

" ." U. S 197 

-eaguc of Nations 497 

^eather, All Kinds. Exports 244 

" Belting, Exports 244 

" Mtra. of. Exports 244 

■ Sale, ExDorta 244 



N.Y. 



PAGE 

Marathon Races 766 

Marine Corps 390 

Disasters 133-135,619 

Insurance in U. S 437 

Mariiets, Dept. ot 530 

•• In N. Y. City 494 

Marriages & Divorces in N. Y..46o 

'■ Divorce Laws 323-325 

" Divorces in U. S 463 

" License Bur 530 

Marriages, N. Y. City JbJ 

" in N. Y. State a'l 

Maryland Elections (1920) 69; 

" Handicap ' !' 

" Pop. Places in 4o' 

Masonic .Statistics „• \- •V^'^ 

Mas-sachuaetts Elections (1920) . 69 

" Pop. Places in 43.- 

Mayors of Cities 48; 

" of N.Y 'll. 

Measures, Bushel -™ 

" Cirain • ■-^', 

" and Wei£iit| ,,;,,,:•, 7V2- 

MeaSuring the universe ....!..• o- 

Meat Consumption 292,293 

" lyspectiou 294 

•• Production 292,293 

" Products, Exports 244 

•• Exports 240,244 

Medals, Victory 741 

Medical Signs 74 



PAGB 

>i. Pop. Plaoea In 453 

Mlssou nedan Calendar 29 

Mohamu System, IT. 8 .' 429 

Monetary ''sp. by Congress,... 427 
Money App. ,. .74 

" Foreign. . . ^i 

" Value 



429 

Orders '^ess 428 

Spent by Cong. >= .ofi 

on Luxurit y^ 

Uufts *.'-■-'■■! ■;428 



Legislative Approps 

legislature, N. Y 

Legislatures, of States 

Length, of States 

Letter Rates 

Liberty Statue 369 

" Loan Allotments 501 

Libraries, N. Y. City 585-586 

' in U. S 149 

Library of Congres.s 140 

J- Schools 158 

Lifeboat Laws 369 

LUe. How Spent 31 

" Insurance in U. S 43i 

" Table (Ins.) 4: 

Lighthouses, in V. S 7 

Light-Years, of Stars. .., 57 

Ume Prod, in U. S 197 

Limitations, Statutes of 325 Medicines, Exports 244 

Lincoln's Gettysburg Address ... 640 Melting Pointa 80 

Lincoln Highway 263 , Memorable Dates 128-131 

Llnseefl, Cake, Meal, Exports . . .244 Men in U. S 476 

Liquors, Alcohol in 8Q ' Mental Defect! veg Among Re- 
Liquor Statistics 304-306 '' cruita '. .4'^ 

Liquors, U. S. Trade in •••306 Merchant Marine Requirements .229 

Live Stock on I- arras .^89,290 •• ■■ of World 222 441 

Marketed ^.•.•290 Mercury Poisoning';.'.'.'.'.'.'.! '. . . .'uo 



•• in U. S 289,290 

Lives Lost, on Steamboata 619 

"in War 373-377,397 

" of the Presidents 641 

Loans by U. S. to Europe. . .410,497 

Lqckouts & Strikes 166-168 

Locomotives, Exports . . .^ 244 

" R. R :...<, .276 

London, Busy Corners 553 

" & N. Y. City Population.... 560, 

Longevity of Animals 87 

Longitude Differences . ., 30 

Longitudes, Table of 60,61 

' -yaaea in War, Amer 373-377,397 

_K)-alsiana Elections (1920) 696 

" Pop. Places In. 451 

" Purchase 448 

Loyal Legion 491 

Lumber, Exports 244 

" Statistics 311,312 

Luxuries, Cost of in U. S 426 

Lynchlngs in U. 3 398 

M 

Machinery, Elec. Exports 214 

" Metal Wrk'g, Exports 244 

" Mining, Exports 244 

•• sugar Mill, Exports 244 

'• Textile, Exporlfl 244 

" Total. Exports 244 

Magicians. Amer. Soc. of 836 

Magnetic Declinations 52 

" Poles : 51 

Maine Elections (1920) 696 

" Pop. Places in 4ol 

Major Generals, U. S. A 393 

Malay Pop 440 

Male Illiterates 468 

Males and Females in Great 

Britain 442 

" of School & MiUt. Age 478 

" in U. S 476 

'• of Voting & Militia Age, in 

N. Y. State 519 

Malt, Exports 241 

Manhattan Bridge 555-556 

Mankind. Races of 403 

Man-o'-War-Sir Barton Race... .770 
Manufacturea in U. S 403 



Meridian Highway 264 

Metals. Strength of 

Methodist Bishops 177 

" Chronology 177 

M. E. Centenary Fund 181 

" '■ Gen. Conferences 177 

Metric Weights & Meaa 88-94 

Metropolitan Handicap 77' 

" Mus. of Art 582 

Mexican Cession 448 

Mexico, Altitudes in 107 

Michigan Election (1920) 698 

Pop. Places in 452 

Mileage Tables, N.Y 522,524 

Miles of R.R. Built in U.S 277 

U. 8., and Foreign 75 

Mint. Acad., West Point 388 

Military Census, N. Y 522 

Decorations 388 

Depta 393 

Milit. Educ. SySt., U. 8 387,388 

MiUtary Forces of World 373 

'• Training Commission 505 

" Grades 381 

MiUtla, State 396 

Milk, Con., Evap., Exports 244 

•• & Cream, Weights of 287 

•• Prod, in N. Y 503 

Millionaires in U. S 423 

Mineral Paint Prod., U. S 197 

Prod., of States 196 

•■ U. S 197 

•• in U. S., Value of. . 198 

Water Prod, in N. Y 50S 

■• U. S 197 

Mining Stocks . ^ 414 

Miniisters (U. S.) to Britain. . . .615 

" " to France 616 

Minnesota Elections (1920) 699 

Pop. Places in 453 

Mints, Supts. of 615 

U. S,, dflhage of 432,492,836 

Minutes of a Degree ■. . , . 81 

Misdemeanors In N. Y. State. . .514 

Mississippi Elections (1920) 700 

'• Pop. Places In 453 

" River Commerce 245 

'■ Valley Highway 264 

" Prod 240 

Missouri Elections (1920) 701 



836 

, .44a 

.372 

..702 

.453 

.125 

110 

;5,>, 

. 51 
. 55 
. .50 
.175 
. 27 



" in U. S. Treasury. .. " 

" World's Stock of ♦^ 

Mongolian Pop ' 

.Monroe Doctrine 

Montana ElectiO!:3 (1920).. 

" Pop. Places in 

?dontenegro, Roy.al Family 
Monuments, Nat 

" and Statue"?, N. Y. City 
Moon, The 

" Eclipse of ' 

" Pijase.9 of 

Mormons in U. fc 

M&iT.'.ng Stars ,. .jj ....■•• • 

Mortality Table (lua. ) .^ 

Motor Boat Racing 787 

" Vehicle Prod., U. S 261 

Motorcycles, Exports 244 

" Records... 753-754 

Mottoes of States 451 

Mountains. Heights of 97-109 

Movie The.Urea, N. Y. City . 580-.'')81 

Mowers, Reapers. lixports 244 

Mules, Exported 291 

" on Farms 289,290 

Multiplication Table 81 

M'tirSer I^enaltieil'.' . . ■. ; . ;'. .376 

Murdei'S iu U. 3 436 

Museum, N. Y. State 528 

Musical Composers 116 

" Instruments. li;.<portB 244 

Mutton Exported 291 

N 

Naila. Exports 244 

Names for Children 150 

" States. Origin of 400 

Naphtha, Exports 244 

Nat. Acad, of Design 144 

" Sciences 143 

National Balloon Race 742 

" Bank Siatiatica 419 

" Cemeteries 392 

" Debts 410 

" Forests 309 

'• Geographic .Soc 171 

" Guard 396,509 

" Highways 262-268 

" Monumonta 310 

" Old Trails Road 264 

" Parks 310 

" Park's Highway 265 

" Rep. Committee 671 

" Soldiers' Homes 386 

•' Statuary Hall > . 639 

" 'Wealth 405 

Native and Foreign Pop.. . . .471,478 

Natural Gas Piwl., U.S... 197 

Naturalization uaw 340 

" Statigtica. U.S. 462 

Nav^l Acad., U- S. 389 

" .^iJpropriatlorts 381 

" Educ. Syat. U. S 385 

" Grades 381 

" Officers of Ciiatoma 623 

" Stations 653 

" Stores, Exports 244 

Navies of World 378-383 

Navy, American 379-382 

" British 383 

" Dept ; 610 

" French 383 

" German 384 

" lUUan 384 

'• Japanese 384 

" Rear Admir^la 393 

" Recruiting Offices 532 

" The Secretary of 612 

" Yardam U.S 653 



General Index — Vontinued. 



PAGE 

Nebraska Elections (1920) 703 

•' Pop. Places In 453 

Necrology Begins on 837 

Negro Illiterates 463 

" and White Pop., U. S 480 

" Pop. of World 440 

Negroes in Cities 479 

'• in U. S 479 

Nevada Elections (1920) 704 

" Pop. Places in 45.s 

New Buildings, in Cities 404 

New Hampshire Elections (1920)704 
" Pop. Places in 453 

New Jersey Elections (1920 ) 704 

" " Pop. Places in 453 

New Mexico Eiectious (1920) 704 

" " Pop. Places In 454 

New Orleans Port Commerce. . .245 

News, Late 14-16 

Newspaper Clrculaticn 147 

Measures 74 

Revenues ■ 148 

In U. S 171 

N. Y. Bank Clearings 416.417 

Botanical Garden 583 

City, Assessed Values 557-558 

Astor House Site 566 

Asylums & Homea. .546-547 
Banking Statlsilca 

417,418,541-543 

Baths 545 

Births, Marriages, 

Deatha 561-562 

Bonded Debt 538 

Bridges 555-55-0 

B. R. T. Lines 551-553 

Budgets 559 

Building Statistics 563 

Bus Traffic 553 

Busy Corners 553 

Children's Crimes 5.tO 

Churches 591-602 

Civil Service Rules 567 

Clearing House Data. .418 

Clubs, Prominent 544 

Costly Buildings .566 

County Registers 673 

Courts & Judges. . .538-540 

Distances In City 569 

District Leaders 533,534 

Educ. Statistics 590 

Elevations 549 

Exchanges 081 

Exempt Realty 563 

Fed. Reserve Bank .... 417 

Ferries 556 

Fire Commissioners 559 

Fire Losses 659 

Foreign Consuls 555 

Hall of Fame 584 

Harbors of 568-569 

High Buildings 565 

High - Pressure Fire 

Service 575 

Horses & Stables 564 

Hospitals 547-548 

Housing Data 563-564 

How to Find Street 

Numbers 581 

Hudson Tubes 551-553 

Interboro LUieS 551-553 

Libraries 585-580 

"L" Lines 551-553 

Markets 494 

Mayors of 53: 

Monuments & Statues. .573 

MuseuTlS 582-584 

Of flcials of 529 ,530 

Parks 571-572 

Passenger Traffic 553 

Pension Law 602 

Piers 570 

Police 549. 

Population 560-561 

Post Oltices 550 

Railroad Stations 559 

Rich Residents 5S"i 

Schools 587-590 

School of Journalism. . .5861 



PAGE 

N. Y. City, Statue of Liberty . . .569 

•' State Offices In 531 

" Stock Exchange Seats. 

Prices of 581 

" Street Accidents, Fatal. 56i 

•• Street Traffic 554 

" Subways 551-55! 

" Tax Levies 55," 

■" Tenements 563-561 

" Theatres 580-ai 

" Tuberculosis, Care of . . 545 

" Tunnels 554 

" U. S. Govt. Offices 532 

" Vehicular Tunnel 602 

" Water Consumption ... 574 

" Front 231 

" Supply 574-575 

" Weather of 70 

" Records of. . .576-579 

" Clearing House 416-418 

Counties, Pop. of 519 

Elections (1920) 705-711 

Populous Places In 454 

Harbor TrafBc 231 

Historical Society 583 

-N.J. Bridge Commission .504,602 

Port, Commerce of 231-234 

" Grain Traffic 296 

•' Produce Rec 296 

Socialist Platform 663 

State, Action on U. S. Const. 

Amend'ts 639 

Aliens In Cities 528,521 

Altitudes In 97,1 

Area of Counties 519 

Auto Tours 358 

Banking Statistics 525 

Board of Regents 504 

Canals 216-218 

Chief Laws (1920 ) . . 357-358 
" Officials and in- 
stitutions 504 

Compensation Fund ... 524 

Courts & Judges 537,538 

Crime Statistics 514 

Crop Statistics 526 

Dairy Industry 503 

Dem. Platform 661 

Faf'ms In 4.39 

Foreign White Pop 518 

Forest Preserve 52 

Funded Debt 510 

Geological Hist, of .524 

Governors of 506 

Highway Mileage 524 

Ice Harvest 528 

Indian Pop 519 

Its Insane 520-522 

Its Lakes 628 

Legislature 507 

Legis. Appropriations.. 510 

Life Insurance in 436 

Males of Voting & 

• Mllit. Age 519 

Marriages <fe Divorces. 465 

Mileage Tables 522,524 

Milit.ary CensiuB 522 

National Guard 509 

Pardons Granted 514 

Pop. Age Groups 517 

Pop., Nativ. & For.515-517 
Pop., Wealth, Assess. 

Val., Debt, etc 510 

Receipts & Expend 510 

Rep. PUtform (1920).. 652 

School Law 357 

State Museum 528 

Taxes, Tax Rate 510 

Vital Statistics 511-514 

War Losses 373 

Exch. Securities 411-415 

Niagara Falls 109 

Nickel Prod., Canada 256 

Niclaiames, Baseball 783 

" <$f Cities 402 

N'obel Prizes 137,736 

North Amer. Pop 440 

North Carolina Elections (1920) .712 
■ Pop. Places in 454 



PAGE 

North Dakota Elections (1920) . .7l3 

" Pop. Places in 45^ 

Norway Caninet 6l8 

" Royal Family 126 

Notes, Promissory 33? 

Numbers, Transposed 8l 

Nuts, Exports 24'4' 

O 

Oat Crops 298 

■' N. Y. State 526 

Oath of Athenian Youth 172 

Oatmeal, Etc., Exports 244 

Oats, Exports 244 

" Prices of 295 

Ocean Cables 269 

" Passages, Fast 206 

" Steamships, Big 221 

Officers' Reserve Corps 395 

Ohio Elections (1920) 714 

" Population, Places In 454 

Oil, Animal, Exports 244 

Oilcloth, Exports 244 

Oil, Fuel. Gas, Exports 244 

•• Gasoline, Exports. 244 

" Land Act 350 

" Lubricating, Exports 244 

•' Mineral, Crude, Exports. . . .244 

Refined, Exports 244 

" Non-Mineral Prod 308 

Oklahoma Elections (1920) 715 

•• Population, Places In 455 

Old Spanish TraU 265 

Oleo Oil, Exports .244 

Oleomargarine, Exports 244 

Olympic (American) Trials 750 

" Games 747 

Onions, Prices of 295 

Opium Poisoning 110 

Oranges, Exports 244 

Oregon Elections (1920) 715 

" Population, Places in 4.35 

•' Purchase 448 

Organizations 182-19.3 

(NOTE — Bodies not In this list 
may appear separately in Index.) 

Origin of Names of States 400 

Oxlord-Cambrldge Athletics .... 793 
Regattas 788,789 

P 

Pacific Highway 265 

Pacing Records 776,777 

Packet Ship Records 206 

Painters, Great 115 

Paints, Colors, Exports '. .244 

Palisades Park 534 

Pan-American Union 604 

Panama Canal 214,215 

" Dmtances via 203 

" Zone, Acquisition 

of 448 

Paper, Duties on 355 

" Exports and Imports 260 

" Imports and Exports 250 

" Mfrs. of. Exports 244 

" News Print, Exports 244 

" Production of iu U. S 148 

" Wrapping, Exports 244 

" Wilting, Envelope, Exports. .244 

Paraffine, Wax, Exports .244 

t*arallax ot Sun 59 

P»rael Post 23,24 

Pardons in N. Y. State 614 

Parks, Department of 530 

" National 310 

" N. Y. City 571,572 

" Stale 605 

Parliament, British 119 

Parole Commission 530 

Passsiiger Stations, N. Y. City. . 669 

" Traffic, N. Y. City 553 

R. R 276 

Passport Laws 341 

•• omce 532 

Past Votes of States begin on . . . 726 

Patent Laws, U. S 359 

" Office Data 607 



General Index— Continued. 



PAGE 

Paupers in U. S 469 

Pay in Army 394 

■• Tables 85 

Peace Misaion, Cost of 498 

Pears, Exports 244 

Pellagra and Poverty 836 

Pennant Winners, Baseball 783 

Pennsylvania Elections (1920) . . .716 

" Population of Places in 435 

Pension Commissioner 613 

•• Law (Civil), U. S 346 

" N. Y. City 602 

" Laws -370,371 

" Statistics 370 

Per Capita Debt 42! 

Perlumery, Exports 244 

Periodicals, Circulation of 147 

Periods, Epochs, Etc 27 

Perjury Laws 328 

Pershing, Gen. J. J 393 

•' Way 265 

Petroleum Prod., Japan 260 

'• U. S 197,205 

•• World 205 

Pharmaceutical Signs 74 

Philippines, Acquisition of 448 

" Trade, Etc 247,248 

'* Weights and Measures 76 

Phonographs, Records, Exports. 3 44 

Phosphate Land Act 350 

" Rock, Exports 244 

Phosphorus Poisoning 110 

Photographs by Wire 17 

Photo. Goods, Exports 344 

Pianos, Players, E.xports . . . .244 

Piers. N. Y. City 570 

Pigs Exported 291 

" Marketed 290 

" on Farms 289,290 

Pike's Peak Ocean to Ocean 

Highway 266 

Pistol Shooting (Olympic) 748 

Plague in the U. S 50: 

Planetary Configurations 56 

Planets, The 53 

" Communication With 61 

'• and Herbs 62 

" Life on 65 

Plant and Structures, Dept. of ..530 

Planting Dates 280,281,283,284 

" Distances . . 281 

*' Maps 280,282 

Platinum Production 197 

Plough Lands 289 

Ploughs, Cultivators, Exports. . .244 

Poets Laureate, British 136 

Poisons and Antidotes 110,111 

Poland, Cabinet 619 

Pole Star 57 

Poles, Magnetic 54 

Police Department 530 

" N. Y. City .. .549 

Political Aasaasinationa 620 

" Leaders. N. Y 533,534 

Polo 796 

Polynesian Population :. , .440 

Poorhouse Inmates ; . .469 

Popes of Rome, List of 117 

Population U.S.(Rev.Flg.) 14,440 

'• Age GroupB. N.Y. State 517 

" Agricultural 440 

of World .279 

" Allen 471 

" Aliens In Cities 479 

" '• in N. Y. Cities 518,521 

•• American Cities 481 

•• " Indian 440 

*• and Area — All Countries, 

begins on 443 

" Aryan 440 

" Asia 440 

" Australia 440 

" Bantu 440 

" Blind in U. S 467 

" Centre of 448 

" China, Foreign 490 

:: Chiueseln V. S 476 



PAGE 

Population, Europe 440 

" Females 21 and Over 477 

In U. S 476 

" Foreign-Born in U. S 476 

" Foreign Cities 441 

Whites in Cities. . . .475 

in U. S. Cities, 

473-476 

" White Stock 472 

" Great Britain 442 

" Growth, U. S 458 

" Illitei-ates in U. S 468 

" Indians in N. Y 505 

in U. S 450 

" Indo-Ger .440 

'• Industrial 440 

in U. S 460 

" Insane in N. Y 520-522 

" JayaiieSO iu U. S 472,476 

'■ Jewish 442 

'■ Males in U. S 476 

and Females of School 

and Military Age 47 

" Malay 440 

" Males of Voting and Militiii 

Age in N. Y. State 519 

" Military Census N.Y .522 

" Mongolian 440 

" by Mother Tongue 471 



Native and Foreign 471,478 

Negroes in Cities 479 

Negro, of World 4"40 

N. Y. City. . . • 560,.561 

" " and London ... .560 

State .510 

" " Counties 519 

" " Villages, Native 

and Foreign 515-517 

North America 440 

100 U. S. Cities 445 

Per Square Mile, U. S . .458 

Polynesian 440 

Rank of States 41 

Semitic 440 

South America 440 

of Places in U. 8. of 5,000 or 
More Inhabitants .... 449-458 

U. S. Density 4.58 

" (Sex, Color, Nativity ) . 476 
" by States (1790 to 1920)14,446 

Urban and Rural 468 

White and Negro 480 

of World 441 

Pork, Fresh, Exports . . .' 244 

Exported .291 

Packing in U. S 293 

Pickled, Exports 244 

Port of N. Y.. Commerce . . . 231-234 
" Description of. . .568,569 

Wardens 505 

Porto Rico, Acquisition of 448 

■ Trade, Etc 245,246 

Ports, U. S., Commerce, 

228,229,231,234,23: 

of the World 219 

Postal Information 16,22-26 

■■ Savings Banks 

Postmasters in Big Cities 622 

General 612 

Post OfHce Department 610 

Post Offlces, N. Y. City 550 

Potash, Exports 244 

Production, U. S 197 

Potato Crops 299 

N. Y. State 526 

Potatoes, Prices of 295 

■■ White, Exports 244 

Poultry, Prices of 295 

Preakness Race 775 

Precipitation at Cities 68.69 

Premiers, British 119 

Latin-American 619 

the World's 618 

Preserving Notes 282 

Presidential Election of 1920 
— the Returns by States begin 

on 684 

' Elections (1789-1916) begin on. 676 



FA OB 

Presidential, Primaries 733 

" Vote of 1920 — ^Table for the 
United States showing total 
vote for each candidate in 
every State, and also total 
vote for each candidate in 

the United States 683 

Presidents, Biogs. of 641-643 

" of the World 62! 

" Their Politics 642 

" Wives 642 

Prices, Farm Products 295 

" of Food 432 

■' Retail 432 

" of Silver 435 

" \Vholesale .431 

Primaries, Presidential 735 

Princeton-Oxford .-Vthletics . . 793 

Printing Presses. Exports 244 

Prisoners in U. S 469 

Prisons, Superinteudent of 505 

Prix de Paris 777 

Prize Ring Gate Receipts 765 

Records 763 

Probation Commission 506 

Pi^flteers Flogged 491 

Progress of U. S 439 

of the World 441 

Prohibition Amendment 637 

Ratifi- 
cation Dates 638 

Amendment Sup. Ct. on. 363-367 

Enforcement, Cost of 495 

Nat. Exec. Comm 671 

E. Bishops 176 

Church Executive Council . . . 195 

General Convention 176 

Prunes, Exports 244 

Prussian Rulers. 120 

Ptomaine Poisoning UO 

Public Benefactions 485 

■ Debt, IJ. S 121 

Health Service 532 

" Lands, Vacant 608 

" Schools in the South 163 

'• inU. S. ., 163-165 

" Ser\'ice Boards in U. S 624 

" Commission 505 

City 530 

Publishing and Printing Data, 147, 148 
Puget Sound-Gulf Highway . .266 
Pulitzer School of Journalism . . 586 

" Trophy Air Race 742 

Pulpwood Consumpiiott 250 

Pumps, Pump. Mach., Exports. .244 
Pupils in Public Schools 163-165 



Qualifications for Voting 672 

Queensboro Bridge 555-556 

Quicksilver Prod., U.S 197,198 

R 

Race Horaea, Prices of 769 

Winnings of 769-771 

" Track Records 771-772 

Races of Mankind 402 

Racing Commission 506 

Racquets 785 

Rags, Woolen, Exports 244 

Railroad Act, U.S 34^-350 

Commissioners in U.S 624 

Stations, N.Y. City 559 

Stocks 411-413 

Rails, Steel, Exports 244 

Railway Brotherhoods 168,169 

Casualties 277,.500.846 

Rev. & E.-ipend 274,275,278 

Mileage in U.S 277 

Statistics 271-278 

Wage Board :...-. .604 

Wages , 27.5,276 

Railways of Worid 271,441 

Rain, One Inch of 71 

Rainfall, at Cities 68,69 

■ N.Y. City 576-579 

in States 70 

Raisins, Exports 244 



General Index — Continued. 



PAGE 

Rank of States in Pop 447 

Ranks. Military 381 

Rape ±*enaUies 31 

Rap. Transit Lines. N.Y. Clty551-553 

Rarf! Books. Prices of 146 

Ready Reference Calendar 33 

Realty Values. N.Y. State 510 

" Values of States 399 

" Values In U.S. Cities 481 

Rear Admirals. U.S.N 393 

Receipts & Expend., N.Y. State. 510 
" US 4; 

" U S. Gov't 421.422 

Reclamation Service 60 

Reformatories. N.Y. State. . .504,506 

Regents, N.Y. State Board 504 

Relativity, Theory of 5 

Religion of Presidents 64 

ReliKloiis "Drives" 181 

•• Fasls 27-29 

" Membership 173,178-181 

"Republic of Ireland" 617 

Rep. and Dera. Leaders. . . .533,534 

" Nat. Committee 671 

" " Conventiou (1920) 64 J 

" " (ballots. 1920) 650-651 

" " •' (190C-U'16) 644 

" •• Platform (1920) 645 

N.Y. (1920) 652 

" State Chairraea 671 

Reserve OfBcers Train. Corps 387,39.: 

Resources of BanliS 420 

Retail Prices 432 

Revenues, Customs 423 

•' and Expend., N.Y. State 510 

" Internal Rev 423 

" U.S. 423 

" U.S. Government 421 

Rhode Island, Elections (1920). .717 
" Pop. Places In . . .. 456 

Rhodes Scholarships 162 

Rice, Exports 244 

Rich men In U.8 42:i 

" New Yorkers 565 

Ride Shooting (Olympic) 748 

" " Records 762 

Ritualistic Calendars 27,29 

Rivers. Foreign 211 

"American 210,211 

Ro (Language) 14 

Roads in N.Y. State 52-1 

Robbery Penalties 327 

RogatioD Days 27 

Roman Catholic Pop., Ireln.nd . .442 
" Catholics in U.S 173,175,178,181 

" Numerals ... 74 

" Pontiffs, List of 117 

" Rulers 121 

" Weights and Me;isurc3 74 

Roosevelt Highway. 26 1 

Roots, Square and Cube 82 

Roque .791 

Rosin, Exports 2 !4 

Roumania, Royal Family 125 

Rowing 787-791 

" Amateur. . . .• i 789-791 

" (Olympic) 747 

Royal (Brit ) Acad. Arts . ... 144 

" F.amllips af Europe.. . 123-137 

Rubber, Mfrs. of. Exports.. . .244 

Rulera, English 118 

" French 120 



" German. , 

" Prussian .... 

" Roman 

" Scotch.. .... 

•' of the World. 
Rum Stallsti,-s . 
Running (Horse) Records.. 



120 
. . 120 
. . 121 

120 

. . 621 
..301-306 
.771,772 



(Human) Re:^ords .15,743,749.75: 

Ruv;;l and urban Pop 468 

Russi.an Ex-RoyaUies 127 

" Money Uni IS 74 

Ruths ("Babe") Records.. 78^ 

Rye Crops 298 

" Crops, NY Stat« .. .. 526 

" Exports 2Jt 

'• Flour. Exports 211 

" Prices Of 295 



Sailing Ships of World 441 

Sailois' Homesteads 669 

Sailors. Nationality of 224 

St. Louis Art Museum 142 

Salmon, Canned, Exports 244 

Salt Production, U. S 197 

Salvador on Monroe Doctrine. . 372 

.Salvation Army 172 

.Samoa. Acquisition of 448 

" American 248 

Sand Production, U. S 197 

Saratoga Cup Race , 773 

" Handicap 774 

Sault Ste. Marie Canal 216 

.Sausige Casings. Exports 244 

Salvages. Exports 244 

Savings Banks 420 

Saws. Exports 244 

School Attendance, Irreg 164 

of Journalism 586 

Law. N. Y 357 

Statistics, N. Y. City 590 

Wastage 165 

Schools, Agrlc. and Mech 158 

" of Agriculture, N. Y 504 

" of Law 157 

" Library 158 

" N. Y. City 587-590 

" Public, in U. S 163-165 

" of Theology 157 

Schooner Race (Amer-Canada).787 
Scientiflc Instruments, Exports. .244 

" Progress 798-801 

Scotch Rulei-s 120 

Scotland, Population 442 

iScuUing 789 

Sculptors, Great 11 

Seas, Freedom of 638 

Seasons of the Year 2? 

Secret Service OIHce .532 

Secretaries of Agriculture 612 

" of Commerce 61 

'• of the Interior 612 

" of Labor 613 

" of the Navy 612 

" of State. War and Other U. S 
Govt. Depts., Since 1789 ... 610-613 
Secretary of State and Other 

Cabinet OtHcers 609 

Seed I'ijnilng Dates. ..280,281.283, 284 

" Prices of 29. 

Sown Per Acre 284 

.Seeds, Exports 244 

Semitic Population 440 

Senate, U. S 737 

" Committees 741 

Senators. N. Y. State .tOT 

Serbia, Cabinet 619 

Seven Wonders of World 

Sewing Machines, Exports 244 

Sharpshooters (Jhart 95 

Sheep Exported 291 

on Farms 289,290 

Marketed 290 

in N. Y 503 

Prices of 295 

Sheep Slaughtered 292,293 

Shells. Effect of 391 

I^ojectiles. Exports 241 

SheriKs' Offices 531 

Siierman Law 322 

Shipbuilding Terms 220,221 

in World 222 

Ship Tonnage, Defined 230 

■ Traflic. U. S. Ports 228.229 

Shipping Casualties. Amcr 230 

Board 497.532 

Law 332 

of World 222.441 

Ships B lilt in U S 223-227 

Lost in War 376,377,38b 

Shipwrecks, Codfish 136 

Noted 133-135 

Shoc;'.s. E.trtiitiuake 6i 

Shoe Findings, Exporis .. .. 244 

^.hooks. Exports 244 

Shooting (Rifle) Records 762 

Trap 76! 



PAOB PAGE 

Slderlel Day and Year 29 

Signers, Declar. of Indep 629 

Silk, Artiflclal, Exports 244 

" Dress Goods, Exports 244 

" Mfrs. of. Exports 244 

" Statistics 301 

" Wearing Apparel. Exports... 244 

Silos 287 

iSllver, Bullion Value of 198 

in Circulation 421 

Imports and Exports. . . . 432 
Prices of . . . . . 435 

Production . . 433 

" Canada 256 

" Japan 260 

"US 197 

"US 434 

" in World 493 

Ratio of to Gold 435 

in U. S. Tre.asjry. . .428 

Singers. Great ... 116 

Single Tax Platform . . . . . 653 

Skating 795-796 

(Olympic)... .748 

Skiing . . 785 

Skyscrapers 565 

Slate Production, U.S 197 

Slaughter, Meat, In U S. . . 292,293 

Smithsonian Institution 143 

Snowfall, N. Y. City 576-579 

SnufI Statistics 300 

Soap, Exports 244 

Sobriquets of (Cities 402 

Soocer Football 760 

Socialist Declar. of Principles. f^S 

" Labor Nat. Exec. Comm 671 

' Platform 666 

" Nat. Conv. and Platform... .662 

E.xec. Comm. ... 671 

" Platform, N. Y 665 

Societies 182-195 

(Note — Associations not in this 
list may api>ear separately in 
Index.) 

30da, Caustic, Exports 244 

" Exports 244 

Solar Day and Year ... ... .29 

" System .53 

■Soldiers' Homes 386 

" Homesteads . 66!» 

" Pensions 370,371 

" in World . . .373 

Sororities 161,162 



Sound, Velocity of 53 

.South Africa, Forelan Trade. 254 

America, Altitudes in 107 

Foreign Trade . 252 

Population. . . 449 

Carolina Elections (1920) . 717 

Pop. Places in. . 4.56 

Dakota Elections (1920) ... 717 

Pop. Places in 456 

Soya Bean Oil. Exports 244 

Spanish Antho"^ 114 

Land MenSiire 76 

Painters and Sculptors... . 115 

Royal Family 125 

Speakers, House of Itciw . . 613 

Specific Gravity 76 

Speed of Falling Bod.v. ... . . 78 

Speedway (Auto) Uerords ... .744 

Spirits. Distilled. Exports. . .244 
Sporting Records Bc,';ln on. .742 
Sprinting Records ... 756 

Square Roots ... .82 

iSt|U.<(Sh . 785 

Stables. N. Y. City .... 564 

Stand.ard Time '30 

Standards and ApucaJs Bo.ird.. 530 
Starch. Including Coru. Expo!is.244 

Star, the Pole . 5' 

Stars, Fixed 

Light Years of 

Mornin,"^ and Evening. . . . 

KuinHer of .Tt 

r.'..r.'lla\ of 57 

State ALTiculture OlBcialS 294 

Capi;::l3 3!)<» 

Ch:iir:iien, Republican. . . . 671 
Department. U. S 609 



General I ndex—C&nt in ucd. 



PAGE 

State Flowers 40) 

■• Game and Fish Omciula 295 

" Labor Burea\i3 603 

" Mottoea 401 

" Secretariea of 611 

Staten Island Rail Traffic 553 

States. Area, Debt, Budgets, 
Assess. Val., and Other Statis- 
tics of 399 

•' Chnrch Menabers in 178 

" Density of Population 458 

" Divorces in 464 

" Farms in 459 

" Foreign Born in 476 

" Illiterates In 468 

" Income Tax Receipts 426 

" Internal Revenue Receipts. ,426 

" Mineral Products In 196 

" Negroes in 476 

" Origin of Names of 400 

" Past Voles of, Begin on 726 

'• Pop. (Sex. Color, Nativity). .476 

" Rank in Population 447 

" Temperature and Rainfall in. 70 

" Troops Furnished by 496 

" Urban and Rural Pop 468 

'• of U. S., Pop. (1790-1920) 446 

" White and Negro Pop 480 

Statuary Hall 639 

Statue of Liberty 569 

Statutes of Limitation 335 

Staves, Exports 244 

Steam Eng., Inc. Loco., Exports.244 

" Temperature of 77 

Steamboat luspcctlou Service. ..619 

Steamships, Big 22! 

Steamship Records 206 

" of World 441 

Stearin, Animal, Exports 244 

Steel Corp. Sup. Ct., on 368,369 

" Iron Billets, Exports 244 

Mfrs. of. Exports 24t 

" Production, U. S 200.201 

of World 196 

" Rail Statistics 200,201 

" Sheetfl, Plates, Exports 244 

" Struc, Inc. Iron, Exports. . .244 

Stock and Bond Sales 415 

" Exchange Listings 411-415 

Seats, N.Y. Prices. .581 

' •' Trading 415 

Stocks Listed on Exchange. .411-415 

Stone Production, U. S 197 

Storm Warnings 87 

Storms, How to Foretell 70,71 

Stoves, Exports 244 

Street Accldenta, Fatal, N. Y. 

City 562 

" Cleaning Department S.IO 

•• Numbers, N. Y. City 581 

" Traffic, N. Y. City 554 

Strikes and Lockouts 166-168 

" World's Losses by 487 

Sub-Treasuries 615 

Suburban Handicap 77: 

Subways, N. Y. City 551-553 

Suez Canal 213 

Suffrage Amendment 638 

Sugar, Ref.. Not Grape, Expts..244 

" Statistics 307,488 

Stxlcldes in U. S 430 

Sulphur, Exports 244 

" Production, U. S 197 

Sun, Declination of 58 

" Eclljwes of 55 

•' Parallax of 59 

Sunrise, Corrections to, in Cal- 
endar 49 

Superintendents of Mints 615 

Supreme C't on Prohibition. .363-367 
•' on Steel Corp. .368,369 

" U. S 614 

" Juaticea 615 

■ Angling 777 

Surgical Appliances, Exports 244 

Surrogates' OtDces 531 

Suitax Table 424 

Surveyors of Customs 623 

Suspenders, Garters, Exports. . .244 
Swamp Lands 281 



PAGE 

Sweden, Rovol l^amlly 126 

Swedish Authors 114 

Swift Ocean Voyages 206 

Swimming (Olympic) 748 

Records 758 

" World's 760 

Swine Exported 291 

on Farms 289,290 

Marketed 290 

Syrup, Exports 244 



Tactical Divisions, U.S.A 393 

Tailors Color Chart 96 

Tallow, Exports 244 

Tanning, Extracts. Exports 244 

Tariff Law 353-357 

Tax Budgets, N.Y. City 559 

Dept., N.Y. State 506 

Income, Table 424 

Levies. N.Y. City 557 

•• in U.S. Cities 481 

Rate, N.Y. State , 510 

Taxes and Assessments, bept...530 

N.Y. State 510 

Tea Statistics 303 

Teachers in Public Schools 163 

Teeth, Facts About. . 495 

Telegraph Statistics 270,271 

Telegraphs of World 441 

Telephone Statistics 270 

Telescopes 139 

Temperature of Cities 68,69 

N.Y. Cities 576-579 

in States 70 

Tenement House Dept 530 

Tenements, N.Y. City 563-564 

Tennessee, Elections (1930) 718 

Populous Places in 456 

Tennis 746 

" (Olympic) 749 

Tensile Strength 77 

Territorial Growth of U.S 448 

Texas, Acquisition by U.S 448 

Elections (1920-1916) 719,720 

Land Meas 76 

Populous Places In 457 

Theatres, N.Y. City 580-581 

Theo. Roosevelt Internat. Hl'w'y266 

Theological Schools 157 

Thoroiighbreds. Prices of 769 

Thread. Cotton, Exports. ... 244 

Tide Tables 64,65 

Tics, Railroad, Exports 244 

Timber, Exports 244 

Statistics 311,312 

Time Differences 30 

Divisions of 29 

— Is It Reversible 501 

Standard 30 

Timothy Seed, Prices 295 

Tlmur Ruby. 487 

Tin Plates, etc.. Exports. 244 

Plate Statistics 200 

Prod., U.S 197,200 

Tires. Rubber, Exports 244 

Titles. Abbreviations of 121 

Tobacco, Leaf, Exports 244 

" Statistics 300 

Tonnage, Ship, Explained 230 

Tools. Exports 244 

Towns In U.S., Pop. of 449-458 

Toys. Exports 244 

Track and Field Athletics 750 

Trade, Foreign, of U.S.228-229;231-244 

Mark Law 360 

Route DIsUnces 207.208 

Unions Abroad 170 

of the World 441 

Trading in Stocks 415 

Trafflc on N.Y. City Streets 554 

Transportation Law 347-350 

Transposed Numbers 81 

Trap Shooting 761 

" (Olympic) 748 

Treason 326 

Treasury Dept., U.S 609 

•• Estimates (1921) 497 

'• Secretaries of 611 



Trees, Per Acre 281 

Sizes of 311 

^ Statistics of 311.312 

Troops in American Wara. . .375,496 

Tropical Year 29 

Trotting Records 776,777 

Tuberculosis, Care of, In N.Y.. ..545 

Tunnels. N.Y. City. 554 

of World 273 

Turf Records 769-778 

Turkey, Royal Family 126 

Turkish Calendar 29 

Turpentine, Spirits. Exports 244 

Twine, inc. Binder, Exports 244 

Type Measures 74 

Typesetting Mach.. Exports . . .244 
Typewriters, Exports 244 

U 

Universe. Measuring the 32 

U. S., Altitudes In 97-107 

Army 393-397 

•• Camps 397 

" Forts.. 391 

" Pay 39t 

Bird Law 362 

Birth* In (1919) 448 

Board Medi^t. & Concii 610 

Bur. Fisheries 605 

Cabinet 609 

Capitol, the 640 

Cavalry Endiu-ance Test 771 

Census Bureau 605 

Civil Service 606 

" Conim 615 

Coast & Geoi. Sui^ey 604 

" Guard 390 

" Line 66 

Commerce, by Ports. 

228-229:231-235 

Constitution 631 

" Amendments 635 

Congress 737 

" Appropriatioug 428 

•■ Committees 741 

Copyright Laws 361,362 

Courts 614 

Crimes Against 326 

Debt 421,497 

" per Capita. 421 

Declar. Indep. Signers 629 

Disbursements and Receipts. 421 

Emigration 462 

Envoys Abroad .' 617 

" to Britain 615 

" " Fr.mce 616 

Exporta from 233-235:239-244 

Farm Census 459 

Flag. Origin of 626 

Foreign Commerce, 

228-229:231-244,250,498 

Forests, Nat 309 

Geographic Board 603 

Gov't Printing Office 604 

" Receipts and Expend. . .422 

Immigration Law 343-345 

Income Tax Table 424 

Indian Pop 486 

Intern. Rev. Collectors 622 

'• Receipts 425.426 

Interstate Commerce B'd — 624 

Lighthouses in 73 

Loans to Europe 410.497 

MarUie Corps 390 

Meat Prod 292.293 

Mlllt. Acad. -Supta 623 

Meat Inspection 294 

Mlllt. Acad 388 

■' Educ. System 387,388 

Merchant Marine 223-237:229 

Mineral Prod 197 

Monetary Sj-stem 429 

Nat. Monuments 310 

" Wealth 405 

Naturaliz. L.iw 340 

" Statis 462 

Naval Acad 389 

" Educ. System 385 

•' Stations 653 

" Yard^ 653 



General Index — Continued. 



13 



PAGE 

U. S., Parks, Nat 310 

" Patent Laws 359 

" Office Statistlca 697 

" Pension Statistics 370 

" Pop., Centre of 448 

" " Density 453 

," •' Foreign, Sources of . .. .47/ 

" Growth 4.58 

" " Industrial 460 

" " by States (1790-1920) ...446 
;• Progrega of In Area, Pop. 

Products 439 

" Railroad Act 347-350 

" Railway Mileage 277 

" Receipts and Dlsoursements . 421 

" Reclamation Service 605 

" Revenues 433 

" Custom 423 

" Senate 737 

" Shipping Act 352 

," •' Board 532 

•' Soldiers' Homes 386 

" Steamboat Inspect. Service. .619 

" Sub-Treasuries 615 

" Supreme Court 614 

" Ct., Justices 615 

" Tariff Law 353-357 

" Territorial Expansion of 448 

" Trade in Liquors 306 

" Trademark Law 360 

" Treasury, Money In 428 

" Vacant Public Lands 608 

" Values of Farrns ; 

" Vessels Built in 223-227 

" Wars Since 1775 374,375 

" Water Power Law 351 

ITsary Laws 328 

Urban and Rural Pop 463 

Utah Elections (1920) 721 

" Pop, Places in 457 



Vacant Public Lauds 608 

Vaseline, Exports 244 

Vegetables, Exports 244 

Vehicular Tunnel, N. Y. City ... 602 

Velocity of Sound 53 

" Winds 67 

Vermont Elections (1920) 721 

" Pop. Places in \ 457 

Vessel Casualties, Amer 230 

" Trafllc, U. S. Ports 228,229 

Vessels Built in U. S 223-227 

•' Lost in War 376,377,385 

Victory Loan Allotments 501 

" Medals 741 

Violinists, Great 116 

Virgin Islands 249 

" Acquisition of 448 

Virginia Elections (1920) 722 

" Pop. Places in 457 

Visibility, Above Horizon....... 73 

Vitality of Last Children 442 

Vocational Education 165 

" Fed. B'd 622 

" Rehabilitation 371 

Volcanoes 98,109 

Volstead Act, Sup., Ct. on. . .363-367 
Vote for President (1920), begins 

on 684 

" The vote for 
each candidate In 1920 In 
every State, together with 
the total vote on all candi- 
dates in the United States 
In 1920 683 

Votes, Past, of States, begin on. .726 
Voting Quallflcationa 672 



W 

Wage Earners in U. S 403 

Tables 85 

Wages, on Railway's 275,276 

Wake, Island of 249 

Wales, Pop 442 

Walking Records 743 

Wamti.sgann S. S. Record 784 

War, Cost of to U. S 4S6 

Council U. S. A 394 

Declaration of 376 

Dept., U. S ^. . .609 

Loans to Europe. .;'. . ; . . . . .497 

Losses. Amer 373-377:397,846 

" Ships 376,377,385 

Secretaries of 611 

Tax Table 424 

Troops Furnished by Each 

State 496 

Amer. Troops in . 375,496 

U. S., Since 1775 374,375 

Warnings, Storm 67 

Washington Elections (1920) 723 

" Farewell Address 630 

Water Power Law ". 351 

" Supply B'd ; . 530 

'' Gas & Electricity, Dept . 530 

" N. Y. City 574-575 

" Weight, etc., of 77 

Waterfalls, Famous 103 

Wealth, National 405 

N. Y. State 510 

Wealthy New Yorkers 565 

Weather, Fogs 73 

" Bureau 532 

" Flags 66 

" How to Foretell 70,71 

" Records, N. Y. City 576-579 

" Storm Warnings 67 

" Table, Hersoheirs 71 

Wedding Anniversaries 87 

Weekly Newspapers in U. S 171 

Weight, Human, Tables 86,87 

" Throwing 743 

Weights and Measures 74-94 

■ of Milk & Cream 287 

Welfare, Public, Dept. of 530 

West Indies, Foreign Trade 252 

" PolnfAcad 388 

" Supts 623 

" Virginia Elections (1920) 723 

" Pop. Places in 457 

What Americans Eat 286 

Wheat Crops 298 

•' N. Y. State 526 

" Exports 244 

" on Farms 299 

" Flour, Exports 244 

" Prices 295 

Wheels, Revol. of 78 

Whiskey, All Kinds, Exports 244 

" Bourbon, Exports 244 

" Rye, Exports 244 

White House, The 640 

" & Negro Pop. U. S ^. . .480 

Whites, Foreign, in U. S 472 

" Foreign, in U. S. Cities. .. 473-476 

Wholesale Prices 431 

Williamsburg Bridge 555-556 

Wra. Penn Highway 267 

Wills, Law on...' 339 

Wilson — His Farewell Message 

to Congress 736 

" — He Receives Nobel Peace 

Prize 736 

" on Monroe Doctrine 372 



PAGE 

Wind Velocities, N. Y. City. . 576-579 

Winds. Velocity of 67 

Wines, Alcohol in 80 

Exports 244 

Wine Statistics 304-306 

Winnings of Race Horses 769-771 

Wire, All Other, Exports 244 

Barljed, Exports 244 

Wireless Data 269 

Wisconsin Elections (1920) 724 

Pop. Places In 457 

Wives of the Presidents 642 

Wolcott Society 195 

Woman Suffrage Amendment. ..638 

Women, 21 & Over, in U. S 477 

in U. S 476 

Women's Swimming R'ecords 760 

Wonders, the Seven 53 

Wood, Cord of 311 

Fuel Used 311 

Inc., Mfrs., Exports 244 

Pulp. Prod., Canada 258 

Pulp, Exports 244 

Strength of 77 

Wool, Mfrs. of. Exports 244 

■■ Prices of 295 

Raw, Exports 244 

Statistics 301 

Worcester Art Museum 141 

Words, Test List of .-•■.-■ si 

Workmen's Comp. Fund, N;Y..524 
" Laws. . ..313-322 

World, Area and Pop. of 440 

World, The, 1920 Achievements. . 17 

World's Armies 373 

Athletic Records 749 

Farm Crops 299 

Monetary Stocks 836 

Navies 378-385 

Pop 441 

Prod. Gold and Silver 493 

Railways 441 

Rulers t)2l 

Running Records 752 

Series, Baseball 781-783 

Shipping 441 

Stock of Gold 619 

Sugar Crops , . 488 

Telegraphs 441 

Wrestling 767 

Wyoming Elections (1920) 724 

Pop. Places in 458 



Yacht Races, America's Cup.. .786 

Yachting 786 

Yale-Harvard Regattas 787 

Yarns, Cotton, Exports 244 

Year, Ancient & Modern 27 

" Events of — begins on 802 

" the Seasons of 27 

" Solar, etc 29 

Yellow Fever Epidemics 136 

Yellowstone Falls 109 

" Trail 266 

Yosemite Falls 109 

Y. M. C. A .138 



Zinc, Exc. Ore, Exports 244 

Prod., Canada 257 

" U. S 197,200 

Zodiac, Signs of 54,59 

Zoological Gardens lU 



LATE NEWS. 

Late News la on Pages 14, 15 and 16, the last named page containing a table of postal statistics, showing 
number of post ofBces In the United States, mail routes, revenues, expenditures, etc. 



14 



aiatc NetDS ISbtnts. 



Note — By a tyiwaraphicaS error iiie iiauis of Thomas R. Mii'shaU, oi luu., irisiead of Calvin 
CooHdge, of Mass., appears as President of the Senate (page 737) in a few of the copies of tblseditioa 
first off the t>ress. 

GREAT EARTHQUAKE IN SOUTH AMERICA. 

Hundreds were killed by earthquake shocks along tfie Argentine slope of the Andes Mountains Dec. 
16-18, first reports oi the disaster indicate. More than 150 bodies have been recovered. The latest 
reports say the devastation has assumed the proportions of a catastrophe. The shock was the most severe 
in this country since 1869, when hulf the town of Mendoza — which this time was only shaken — was laid 
in ruins. 

At Tresportenaa more than 100 persons are known to have been killed and 30 moie died in Costa do 
Araujo, while many others are believed to be still buried under the ruins in each town. In Tresportena.?, 
La Valle and La Central not a single house was left standing in a habitable condition. The shocks continued 
at intervals during the two days. 

The earthquake opened up great cracks in the earth's crust in Costa de Araujo, through which stieams 
of hot water spouted. One of these gey.=ers reached a height of about 15 feet and formed a pool In which 
two persona were drowned. At La Valle terrible scenes were witnessed by the rescuers. 

REVISED FIGURES ON UNITED STATES POPULATION. 

Final revised figures on the population of the United States were made public Dec. 17, 1920, by the 
Bureau of the Census, as follows: 



-Alabama 


2,348,174 


Iowa 


Arizona 


333.903 


Kansas 


Arkansas 


1,752,204 


Kentucky .... 


California .... 


3,426.861 


Louisiana. . . . 


Colorado 


939,629 


Maine 


Connecticut. . . 


1,380.631 


Maryland .... 


Delaware 


223,003 


Massachusetts 


Dlst. of Col... 


437,571 


Michigan 


Florida 


968,471 


Minnesota. , . . 


Georgia 


2,895,832 


Mississippi. . . 


Xdaho 


431,866 


Missouri 


luiiiois 


6.485,280 


Montana 


Indiana . . 


2.930,390 





2,404,021 
1,769,257 
2,416,630 
1,798,509 

768,014 
1,449,681 
3,852,356 
3,668,412 
2,387,125 
1,790.618 
3,404,055 

548,889 



Nebraska 

Nevada 

New Hamp . . . 
New Jersey. . . 
New Mexico . . 
New York. . . . 
No. Carolina. . 
North Dakota. 

Ohio 

Oklahoma . . . . 

Oregon 

Pennsylvania.. 



1,296,372 
77,407 

443,083 
3,155,900 

360,350 

10,384.829 

2,559,123 

645,680 
5,759,394 
2,028,283 

783,389 
8,720,017 



Rhode Island., 
So. Carol'na. . 
South Dakota 
Tenne&see . . . . 

Texas 

Utah 

Vermont 

Virginia 

Washington . . . 
West Virginia . 
Wisconsin . . . . 
Wyomitig . . . . 



604.397 
1,683,724 

636,547 
2,337,885 
4,663.228 

449,.396 

352,428 
2,309,187 
1,356,621 
1,463,701 
2,632,067 

194,402 



The population of the United States with outlying possessions is 
totalling 12.148,738. These possessions are; 



117,857,509, the outlying possessions 



Alaska 

American Samoa . 
Guam 



54,899 

8.056 

13,275 



IHawaii 

Panama Canal Zone. 
Porto Rico 



255,912 

22,858 

1,299,809 



Mil. & Nav. Sorv. abroad 
Philippine Islands .... 
Virgin Islands 



117,238 

10,350,640 

26.051 



Horatio W. Seymour, an editorial writer on The World, died Dec. 17, at his home. 



Dec. 10— Martial law was proclaimed in City and 
County of Cork, City and Coimty of Limerick, and 
Counties of Tipperary and Kerry. 

Dec. 10— Geo. Boyd, Terence Fitts, and Charles 
Valento, alleged slayers of 3 officers, were lynched 
at Santa Rosa, Calif. 

Dec. 11 — An arsenal and bomb factory was found 
at Dublin. Following Sinn Fein ambushing of 
police (1 killed, 11 wounded) incendiary fires at Cork 
destroyed the City Hall, Carnegie Library, Corn Ex- 
change, and many stores. 

Dec. 13 — At Geneva, after an all-day debate the 
Assembly of the League of Nations adopted the plan 
for setting up a permanent court of international 
justice. The plan must be signed and ratified by a 
majority of the nations before it becomes effective. 
Provision Is made for ratification by the United 
States. The court will sit at The Hague, will have 
eleven Judges, elected by the League, but will not 
have compulsory jurisdiction. 

It was on the point of compulsory jurisdiction 
that the debate took place. The smaller nations 
favored this plan, but the big nations did not. 
France, Britain, Italy and Japan opposed com- 
pulsory jurisdiction. It is understood that all the 
other 36 nations in the Assembly favored it. But the 
question was a court without compulsory jurisdic- 
tion or no court, and the four big powers had their 
way. 

The draft of the court plan drawn at The Hague 
by a group of jurists, of which Elihu Root was a 
member, provided for compulsory jurisdiction on the 
ground that if the cotu-t had' power only ^when the 
parties agreed, the world would see a repetition of the 
fiasco of The Hague Tribunal. The Council of the 
League, controlled by the big powers, cut out that 
provision and stood by it in committee. 

Dec. 13 — Four men were killed, 1 was missing, and 
20 were injured in the explosion of a gelatine mixing 
plant of the Atlas Powder Company, one of the du 
Pont subsidiaries, at Lake Hopatcong, N. J. 

Dec. 13 — The United States House of Repre- 
sentatives passed, 293 to 41, the Johnson Immigra- 
tion Bill. 

Dec. 14 — The Assembly of the League of Nations 
went on record as favoring the limitation of arma- 
ments by the powers for the next two years by agree- 
ment among them. The limitations clause of the 
disarmament committee's report was adopted after 



it had been modified so as to take the form of a 
recommendation. 

France, Brazil, Chile, Greece, Poland, Roumania 
and Uruguay voted against the clause. 

The first step for disarmament of the nations must 
be cautious and deliberate, the As,sombly decided, 
despite criticisms by George NicoU Barnes, British 
labor leader, and Christian Lange of Norway. Mr. 
Barnes said there was "too much quibble and not 
enough pluck" in the decisions to go slowly. 

The committee in its report stated that a conven- 
tion for the control of the traffic in arms and am- 
munition was signed by Great Britain, the United 
States, France, Japan, Belgium, Bolivia, Cuba, 
China, Ecuador, Greece and Italy at St. Germain 
when the Austrian peace treaty was signed, but that 
this convention had not yet been ratified and no 
steps had been taken to make it effective. The re- 
port proposes that the Council urgo the signatories 
to ratify the treaty without delay. 

The League Council approved the plan for an 
international credit organization, framed at the 
Brussels Financial Conference. 

Dec. 15 — Canon Magner was shot to death near 
Dunmanway, Ireland, by a British auxiliary police 

Dec. 15 — Police Lieut. Floyd Horton, and E. W 
Andrews, a 5th Ave. jeweller, were killed, at New 
York, by robbers. 

Dec. 17 — Police Inspector O'Sullivan, of Dublin 
Castle, was assassinated at Dublin, when shopping 
with his fiancee. , 

Dec. 17— G. A. Kelley killed dancer Sophia E. 
("Baba") Taylor, and self, at. London. 

Dec. 18 — Dr. E. A. Riimely, ex-publisher of the 
Evening Mail, and S. W. Kaufroann, and N. R. 
Lindhelm, were convicted at New York, on charge 
of conspiring to conceal German ownership of the 
paper, and were sentenced each to 1 year In prison. 

Dec. 18 — The first assembly of the League of 
Nations adjourned, at Geneva. 

Dec. 19— Ex-Klng Constant4ne arrived at Athena 
where he was acclaimed by the populace, and re- 
occupied the Grecian throne. 

Dec. 20 — Protestant Episcopal Bishop Charles 
S. Buroh, of New York, died suddenly at that city. 

Dec. 20 — The New York police established mid- 
night curfew. .' . •, .' , .^ ■ 

Dec. 20— The big express companies .made a 
permanent merger. . . ; j; 



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Dec. 20 — Plymouth Rock spilt, when moved to 
Ita new location at Plymouth, Mass. 

Dec. 21 — Parliament adopted Irish Home Bule 
and sent the bill to the King for signature. Par- 
liament dissolved Dec. 23. 

Dec. 22 — Hundreds In Japan were killea by the 
volcano Asama. 

Dec. 23-^The Vatican warned Catholics against 
the Y. M. C. A. ^. . ^ ^ 

Dee. 24 — P. J. Hooper, editor of the Freeman's 
Journal, Dublin, was fined S15.000 by a British 
Military Court and sentenced to 1 year for pub- 
lishing the picture of a flogged boy's baclj. 

Dec. 24 — A jury at Washington, D. C, in the 
case of J. W. ("Niclcy") Arnstein, and others, dis- 

Dec. 25 — China is swept by a deadly food famine. 

Dec. 26 — William Delaney ("Monk" Eastman) 
was slain at New York. 

Dec. 27 — The Italians bombarded and besieged 
Fiume. 

Dec. 27 — The military killed 5 armed civilians 
at a dance at Bruff , County Limerick, Ireland. 

Dec. 27 — Soviet Russia recalls Martens from U. S. 
as its diplomatic and commercial agent. 

Dec. 27 — Baron des Planches, ex-Ambassador of 
Italy to U. S., died at Rome. 

AMENS POURING INTO THE U. S. 

Dec. 14 — The annual report of U. S. Sec. of Labor 
Wilson, made public, shows that 63.3,371 aliens ar- 
rived in this country during the fiscal year, as com- 
pared witli 237,021 the year before. Of the total 
arrivals, 11,795 were excluded at the oorts where they 
sought to enter. Of those arriving, 430,001 are 
classed as immigrant aliens and 195,575 as rion- 
immigrant aliens. Departures of aliens totalled 
428,002, including 288.315 emigrant aliens and 139,- 
747 non-emigrant aliens, maldng the net increase in 
the immigrant popi'lation for the year 193,514. 

Japanese admitted numbered 16,174, as com- 
pared with 14,904 the year before. "The total num- 
ber of Japanese departing is placed at 15,653, making, 
the report says, the indicated increase in Japanese 
population 521. OI those admitted 9,193 were males 
and 6,931 females. 



Besides the immigrants turned back, 2,762 were 
ordered deported during the year on departmental 
warrants, as compared with 3,068 the year before. 
Of those deported on warrants, 469 were classed aa 
Anarchists and criminals. 

Warrants for 6,000 immigrants alleged to be revo- 
lutionaries were issued during the year, but a very 
large proportion of them were cancelled "because the 
charges upon which they had been issued were not 
sustained by lawful proof at the hearing." In addi- 
tion to the 314 Anarchists deported, 591 others are 
awaiting deportation. 

Mr. Wilson says that during the year 519,003 aliens 
took the Initial or final steps toward citizenship. 

THE OMAHA LAUNCHED. 

Dec. 14 — The scout cruiser Omaha, whose 105,000 
horse-power engines are expected to carry her through 
the seas at a 35-knot speed, was launched at Tacoma, 
Wash. Miss Louise B. White of Omaha, Neb., 
christened the vessel. 

BILLIONS LOST IN U. S. CROPS. 

Deo. 14 — Shrinkage of values of the country's farm 
crops has placed their total worth this year at almost 
85,000,000,000 less than last year, although the 1920 
harvest was one of the most abundant in the nation's 
history. The important farm crops, which com- 
prise about 90 per cent, of the value of all farm crops, 
were valued this year at 89,148,419,000 by the De- 
partment of Agriculture. Lasf year these crops were 
valued at S14,087,995;000. Final estimates and 
values for this year were announced by the Depart- 
ment of Agriculture as follows; 

Corn, 3,232,367,000, and 52,189,721,000; winter 
wheat, 580,513,000, and 8866,741,000; spring wheat, 
209,365,000, and 8273,465,000: oats, 1,524,055,000, 
and $719,782,000; barley, 202,024,000, and $142,081,- 
000; rye, 69,318,000, and 888,609,000 buckwheat 
13,789,000, and §17,797,000; flaxseed, 10,990,000; 
and 819,413,000; rice, 53,710,000, and 863,837,000, 
potatoes, 430,458,000, and 8500,974,000; sweet po- 
tatoes, 112,368,000, and 8126,629,000; hay, 108,233,- 
000, and 81,809,162,000; tobacco, 1,508,064,000, and 
8292,000,100; cotton, 12,987,000, and $914,590,000. 



LATE SPORTS 

JACK DEMPSBY KNOCKS OUT BILL BRBNNAN. 

Jack Dempsey retained the championship of the world by knocking out Bill Brennan of Chicago in 
the twelfth round at Madison Square Garden, Dec. 14, 1920. 

The end came in the twelfth with a right hook to the heart followed by a left to the stomach. Dempsey 
was cut about the mouth and left ear and his face was crimson from the blood drawn by Brennan 's punches. 

There were 15,000 present, and they paid 8290,000 for their places. The men boxed for the ^roatest 
sum of money ever offered In the history of boxing. Dempsey, the champion, was guaranteed 8100,000 
for his share, win or lose, or at the rate of 82,222.20 a minute for the full forty-ftve minutes. Brennan, who 
never before received any big reward for the pummelings he has taken or the victories he has gained, was 
assured of S35 000 for his share 

■^Vhen Dempsey beat WilKaM at Toledo in 1919, the purse was 8127,500, of which Willard got 8100,000. 
When Jack Johnson knocked out Jeffries at Reno in 1910, 8101,000 was offered, although each battler got 
a bonus of 510,000 for signing the articles. These were the biggest figures on record before the bout on Dec. 
14, 1920. 

ED. ("STRANGLER") LEWIS WINS WRESTLING CHAMPIONSHIP. . 

Ed. ("Strangler") Lewis, of San Jose, Calif., won the wrestling championship of the world Dec. 13, 
at 71st Regiment Armory, New York City, by defeating Joe Stecher, of George, Neb. Time — 1 hour 41 
minutes 56 seconds. Lewis won by a head-lock hold. 

teenth annual tournament enarog Dec. 5 at St. 
Louis. Result, winner and score: Singles, Fred 
McCullough, Indiauapolis, 668; doubles, Ed. 
Krams and Art Bugenhagen, Chicago, 1,244; all 
events, Jess Pritchett, Indianapolis, 1,856; 5-man 
team, A. H. Arnold and Bros., Chicago, 2,022. 
Bicycle Races — Six-day races — Nov. 21-27 race at 
22d Regiment Armory, New York, final point 
score: Eaton and Kaiser, 836; Goullett and Hill, 
700; Madden and Magin, 612; Kopsky and Bello, 
451; Drobach and Webber, 316; McBeath and 
Walker, 310; Aerts and Deruyter, 244. Dec. 5-11 
at Madison Square Garden, New York final point 
score: 

Points. 
2,281 
511 
395 
191 
298 
78 
129 
149 
169 



Boxing — Nov. 26, Benny Leonard K. O. Joe Welling, 
14 rounds, at New York. Nov. 29, Willie Jack- 
son vs. Johnny Dundee, 15-round draw, R. D. 
Dec. 3, Joe Lynch K. O. Jack Sharkey, 15 rounds, 
at New York. Dec. 10, Frank Moran K. O. Joe 
Beckett 2 rounds, at London, Eng. 

LiLLiARDs — William Hoppe retained national pro- 
fessional 18.2 balkline billiard cnampionship by 
defeating both Jacob Schaefer and Walker Cochran 
In triangular tournament at New York, Dec. 6 to 8. 
Schaefer and Cochran tied for second place and 
pooled the prize money. 

Distance Running — Fred Faller, Dorchester A. A., 
Boston, won National A. A. U., 10-mile run at 
Yonkers, Dec. 5; time, 55m. 203. Joseph Pear- 
man, Paulist A. C, New York, won National A. A. 
U. 7-mile walk, same date and place; time, 55m. 
l-5s. Lafayette College cross country team 
won Middle States Intercollegiate Championship 
at Bethlehem, Pa., Nov. 27; team scores, Lafayette, 
19; Rutgers, 59; Muhlenberg, 85; Lehigh, 97. 

Football — Dec. 4, Boston College, 14; Holy Cross, 
0, at Boston. \ 

Bowling — Middle West Bowling Association thlr- 



Brocco and Coburn 

Debaets and Persyn 

Van Hevel and Vandenburgh. . 

Taylor and Smith 

Egg and McNamara 

Verrl and Belloni 

Nan Nek and Miquel .... 

Bedell and Thomas. ..... 

Pianl and Leene 



Miles. 


Laps. 


2,290 





2,289 


9 


2,289 


9 


2,289 


9 


2,289 


8 


2,289 


8 


2,289 


8 


2,289 


8 


2,289 


7 



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United Slates Postal Statistics. 



UNITED STATES POSTAL STATISTICS. 



Year. 
(Fiscal.) 



1800.. 

1810.. 

1820.. 

1830.. 

1840.. 

1850. . 

1855.. 

I860.. 

1861.. 

1862.. 

1863.. 

1864.. 

1865.. 

1866.. 

1867.. 

1868.. 

1869.. 

1870. . 

1871.. 

1872.. 

1873.. 

1874.. 

1875. . 

1876. . 

1877.. 

1878.. 

I.'i79.. 

i880.. 

1881.. 

1882.. 

18S3. 

1884.. 

1885.. 

1886. . 

1887.. 

1388.. 

1889.. 

1890.. 

1801.. 

1892.. 

1893.. 

1894.. 

1895. . 

1896.. 

1897,. 

1898.. 

1899.. 

1900.. 

1901.. 

1902.. 

1903 . 

1004.. 

1905.. 

1906.. 

1907.. 

1908.. 

1909.. 

1910.. 

1911.. 

1912.. 

1913.. 

1914.. 

1915.. 

1916.. 

1917.. 

1918.. 

1919.. 

1920.. 



Post 
Offices. 



Number. 
903 
2,300 
4,500 
8,450 
13,468 
18,417 
24,410 
28,498 
28,586 
28,875 
29,047 
28,878 
20,550 
23,828 
25,163 
26,481 
27,106 
28,492 
30,045 
31,863 
33,244 
34,294 
35,547 
36,383 
37,345 
38,253 
40.588 
42,989 
44,512 
46,231 
46,820 
48,434 
31,2.52 
53,614 
55,157 
57,376 
58,999 
62,401 
64,329 
67,119 
68,403 
69,805 
70,064 
70,360 
71,022 
73,570 
75,000 
76,688 
76,945 
75,924 
74,169 
71,131 
68,131 
65,600 
62.659 
61,158 
60,144 
59,580 
59,237 
58,729 
58,020 
56,810 
56,380 
55,934 
55,418 
54,34.'; 
' 53.084 
52,638 



Extent 
of Post 
Routes. 



Miles. 
20,817 
36,406 
72,492 
115.176 
155,739 
178.672 
227,908 
240,594 
140,399 
134,013 
139,598 
139,172 
142,340 
180,921 
203,245 
216,928 
223,731 
231,232 
238,359 
251,398 
256,210 
269,097 
277,873 
281,798 
292,820 
301.966 
316,711 
343,888 
344,006 
343.618 
353.166 
359,530 
.365,251 
368,660 
392,874 
403,976 
416,159 
427,990 
439.027 
447,591 
453,833 
454,746 
456,026 
463.313 
470,032 
480,461 
496,948 
500,989 
511,808 
507,540 
506,268 
496,818 
486,805 
478,711 
463,406 
450.738 
448,618 
447,998 
435,388 
436,469 
436.293 
435,597 
433,334 
444,279 
479,487 
465,371 
455,439 
433,368 



Paid as Com- 
pensation of 
Postmasters 



Dollars. 

69,242 

149,438 

352,295 

595,234 

1,028,925 

1,549,376 

2,135,335 

2,552,868 

2,514,157 

2,340,767 

2,876,983 

3,174,326 

3,383,382 

3,454,677 

4,033,728 

4,255,311 

4,546,958 

4,673.466 

5,028,381 

5,121,665 

5,725.468 

5,818,472 

7,049,936 

7,381,460 

7,284,283 

7,966,921 

7,182,239 

7,708,407 

8,298,743 

8,964.676 

10,315,394 

11,283,830 

11,243,848 

11,348,178 

11,929,481 

12,589,768 

13,168,991 

13,753,096 

14,527,000 

15,249.565 

15,863,622 

15,899,709 

16,079,508 

16,561,181 

16,908,384 

17,453,433 

18,223,506 

19,112,097 

19.949,515 

20,783.919 

21,631,724 

22,273,343 

22,743,342 

23,544,585 

24,575,696 

25,599,397 

26,569,892 

27,621,040 

28,284,964 

28,647,726 

29,126,662 

29,954.209 

30,376,379 

31,086,525 

31,899,850 

31,394,556 

33,586,611 

40.108,080 



Gross 
Revenue of 
Department 



Gross Ex- 
penditure of 
Department 



Dollars. 

280,806 

551,755 

1,111,761 

1,919,314 

4,543,522 

5,499,985 

6,642,136 

8,518,067 

8,349,296 

8,299,821 

11,163,790 

12,438,254 

14,556.159 

14,436,986 

15,297,027 

16,292,601 

18,344,511 

19,772,221 

20,037,045 

21,915,426 

22,996,742 

26,471,072 

26,791,360 

28,644,198 

27,531,585 

29,277,517 

30,041,983 

33,315,479 

36,785,398 

4:1.87sMQ 

45.508,693 

43,325,959 

42,560,844 

43,948,423 

48,837,609 

52,695,176 

56,175,611 

60,882,098 

65,931,786 

70,930,475 

75,896,993 

75,080,479 

76,983,128 

82,499,208 

82,665,462 

89,012.618 

95,021,384 

102,354,579 

111,631,193 

121,848,047 

134,224,443 

143,582,624 

152,826,585 

167,932,782 

183,585,005 

191,478,663 

203,562,383 

224,128,658 

237,879,824 

246,744,016 

266,619,525 

287,934,566 

287,248,105 

312,057,689 

329,726,116 

388,975,962 

436,239,126 

437,150,212 



Dollars. 

213,994 

495,969 

1,160,926 

1,932,708 

4,718,230 

5,212,953 

9,968,342 

19,170.610 

13,600,759 

11,125,304 

11,314,207 

12,644,786 

13,094,728 

15,352,079 

19,235,483 

22,730,593 

23,698,131 

23,998,837 

24,390,104 

26,658,192 

29,084,946 

32,126,415 

33,611,309 

33,263,488 

.33,486,322 

34,165,084 

33,449,899 

36,542,804 

39,592,.566 

40,482,021 

43,282,944 

47,224,560 

50,046,235 

51,004.744 

53,006,194 

'56,488,315 

62,317.119 

66,259,548 

73,059.519 

76,980,846 

81,581,081 

84,994,112 

87,179,551 

90,932,609 

94.077,242 

98,033,523 

101,632,160 

107,740,267 

115,554,921 

124,785,697 

138,784,487 

152,362,116 

167,399,169 

178.449,778 

190,238,288 

208,351,880 

221,004,102 

229,977,224 

237.648,926 

248.525,450 

202.067.541 

283,543,769 

298,546,020 

305,204,033 

319,838.718 

324,833,728 

362,497.635 

454,322,609 



Ordinary. 

Postage Stamps 

Issued. 



Number. 



1 

72 

216 

211 

251 

338 

334 

387 

347 

371 

383 

421 

468, 

439 

541 

601 

632, 

682 

698, 

689, 

742, 

774, 

875, 

954, 

1.114, 

1,202, 

1.459, 

1,465, 

1,620, 

1,746 

1,867 

1,961, 

2.219, 

2,397, 

2,543 

2,750,: 

2,602, 

2,795, 

3,025 

3,063 

3,418 

3,692, 

3,998, 

4,239 

4,621 

6,270, 

5,330, 

5,751 

6,284, 

7.061, 

7.651, 

3,731, 

9,067, 

10,046 

9,928; 

10,962, 

11.112. 

11,226, 

11,671 

12.451 

13.065 

15,020 

13,212 



,540,545 
977,300 
370,660 
,788.518 
,307,105 
,340,385 
,0.54,610 
,419,455 
,734,325 
,599,605 
,470,500 
,047,460 
,118,445 
,126,175 
.445,070 
,931,520 
,733,420 
342,470 
799,090 
580,670 
461,940 
358,780 
681,970 
128,450 
569.330 
743,800 
708,460 
122,935 
784,100 
985,520 
173,140 
980,840 
737,060 
503,340 
270,210 
293,095 
278,358 
424,807 
481,465 
633.8.80 
4,58,360 
775,815 
544,564 
273,696 
285,723 
549,115 
886,845 
017,915 
450,495 
036,615 
400,405 
875.393 
164,886 
068,728 
263,748 
358,748" 
254,281 
386,415 
1842,200 
,522,177 
,784,852 
470,168 
,790,033 



The amounts for the fiscal years 1918 iind 1919 in colimin under the caption "Gross Revenue of Depart- 
ment" are postal receipts but not postal revenues. The amount for 1918 includes $44,500,000, and for 1919 
371,392,000, collected and deposited in the Treasury as war revenue. These amounts represent the increase 
in postage derived from the 3-cent rate on letter mail and the 2-cent rate of postal cards in effect from Nov. 
2, 1917, to and including June 30, 1919. 

"All countries composing North, Central and South America will form one postal territory," says tlie 
offlclal text of the tentative agreement adopted at Madrid, November, 1920, by the delegates to the postal 
congress of Spain, the United States, Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Ecuador, 
Santo Domingo, Guatemala, Haytl, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Salvadore, 
Uruguay and Venezuela. The agreement contains a provision declaring for the obligatory prepayment 
of postage on all classes of correspondence except in case of letters, where certain tolerance will be allowed 
for Insutficient prepayment. 

Every nation signing agrees to transport free through its territory all correspondence from any signatory 
nation to another signatory nation, but the transport of correspondence calling for passage Hhrough a non- 
signatory country must.be paid by the country of origin. Every signatory nation agrees that the internal 
rate existing in the country where mail originates shall apply to mail destined to all other signatories. This 
Includes letters, ordinary and reply-paid post cards, all classes of printed matter, commercial papers, samplfes 
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the great composers. 

The very possession of a STEINWAY PIANO sets the seal of supreme 
approval upon the musical taste of its owner. 

For the home there is no other piano in whicli you can take such just 
pride or find such keen delight. 



Sold on convement payments. 
Old pianos taken in exchange. 



Inspection invited. 
Catalogue and prices on application. 



STHNWAY & SONS 

STEINWAY HALL 
107-109 East Fourteenth Street, New York 

Subway Express Stations at the Door. 



REPRESENTED 



BY THE FOREMOST DEALERS 

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EVERYWHERE 



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THE DUPLEX 
TUBULA 






24-PAGE 4-PIvATE %VIDE METROPOLITAN TTJBULAK PLATE; PKESS 

60.000 per hour 4. 6. 8, 10 and 12-paKe papers: 
30.000 per Jiour 14. 16. 18. 20. 22 and 24-pase naoers. 

THE NEW YORK .JOURNAL OF COMMERCE lias one of these 
machines (as illustrated), the equivalent of a sextuple, printing its 
many different editions daily. 

THE DETROIT DAH^Y TIMES (Mich.) also has a 32-page machine, 
giving- them, with great economy and facility, the prodtictive capacity of 
an octuple of any other type. 

THE RlCHilOND (VA.) NEWS-LEADER has two 32-page 4-plate Wide 
presses of the .above type (each the equivalent m prmting ca/pacity Of an 
octuple of any other style). ' 

THE VANCOUVER (B. C.) DAILY PR.OVINCE for several years 
used two 24-page 2-plate wide Tubulars. They later installed two 32-page 
4-plate wide machines of the above type. This second order for a new 
and mudh larger equipment by such a puiblication is sufficient ewdence 
of the success of Tubular Plate principles. 

THESE NEWSPAPERS are but a few of the many scores which 
have adopted the Tubular Plate Press. Recognition by newspaper 
engineers, operators and publishers of its economy, efficiency, simplic- 
ity and flexibility compared to the semi-cylindrical style is conclusive. 



MORE TUBULAR PLATE PRESSES NEW of the popular 
sizes— 12 ^o 20 pages — have been sold by us during the past one 
year than have been sold NEV/ of other styles by all our com- 
petitors combined TEN TIMES OVER. 



IN\'EST.IG.A.Tii; WHY— WHITE US. 



DUPLEX PRINTING PRESS COMPANY 

BATTLE CREEK, MICHIGAN 



PAOIPIC C0A3T R-EPRBSBNTATIVB 

.F. H. Boynton, S6 Third Street. 

Sam Francisco. 



NEW YORK OFFICE 
World Building 



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One of the heautifu} 
Sia-rs of the Screen 
who uses and highly 
recom'niends Mayhell 
Beauty Aids. 



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hj Darkens and Beautifies Eyelashes and Eye 
brows Instantly 

Long, thick, dark eyelashes and •well-formed 
eyebrows give charm, beauty and wonderful ex- 
pression to your eyes. 

*Maybelline' makes them appear natvirally long, 
thick and luxuriant. Applied in one minute. 
Perfectly harmless. Used and recommended oy 
Stars of the Stage and Screen and all beautiful 
women eyerywhere. Why not you? We know 
thajt you will be delightfully surprised at the 
wonderful improvement after the first application. 

75c at Your Dealer's or Direct From Us 

To avoid disappointment with imitations, always 

look for the picture of "THE MAYBELL GIRL." 

as above, on every box of genuine "MayhelUne" 

MAYBELL LABORATORIES 

4303-19 Grand Boulevard, Chicago 






"The Mayboll Girl" 







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Inc. 

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NEW YORK CITY 

Highest Prices 

Quoted in Circulars and Advertisements Are 
Seldom Reliable 



ip Your Raw Furs 

To a Concern You Can Trust 



for 



immediate Cash, Highest Grading 
and Unquestionable Honesty 

Then Yoii Can Rest Easy 



References : 

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Agencies — National City Bank, N. Y. 



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The United States Government continually wants thousands of Railway 
Mail Clerks, Clerks at WasPiington, D. C, City Mail Carriers, City Post Of- 
fice Clerks, Customs, internal Revenue Clerks and Clerks at Panama Canal. 



OVER 17 




Railway Mail Clerks Have Pleasant Work— Traveling Continually 



U. S. Government positions are all Life Positions, »— >^~~~»»~»«.-»»» 
Summer vacations witii full pay are allowed. Promo- / ilBA:NitLfn>riNSTITUT.E 
tjon to Big Paid positions is very rapid. The posi- ^^ Dept. G SIO 

•bion is not affected by poor times, strikes, wars, y Rochesteir, N. Y. 

-^ Kindly send me without any obli- 
gation whatever, on my part, and en- 
tirely free of charge, (1) a full de- 
scription of tbe position checked below; 
(2) Sample examination questions; (3) 
Free copy of copyrighted book, "Govern- 
Positions and How to Get Them;" (4) A list 
of U. S. Government Jobs now open; (5) Direc- 
tions telling me how to get free coaching for the 
positions checked; (6) Schedules showing dates 
and place of coming examinations in my locality, 



panics or the whims of some petty boss. 

Country residents and city residents standi the 
same chance for appointment — common edu 
cation is sufficient. Pull is not required. 

Write us to-day for schedules showing 
dates and places of the coming ex- 
aminations in your locality. Don't 



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delay. Every day you delay les- 
sens your chances of immediate 
appointment. 



-Railway Mail Clerfj ($l,60a to 



WE COACH 

CANDIDATES 

FREE 



^ ■ Postoffice Clerk 

^y Postoffice Carrier 

O' Rural iVIail CaiTier 

V/ Bookkeeper 

tY" Customs Positions 

^ Internal Revenue 

— ^Stenoerrapher 

Clerk in the Departments at 

WashixiKton or at Panama Canal 



(,$1,400 
($1,400 
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($1,340 to 1,800) 



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Address. G 210 

Use This Coupon Before You IVJUslay it — WRITE PLAINLY 
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Brand New Oliver Typewriters for 
Over a Third Less Than They Used to 
Cost. Latest and Best Model. Sold 
Under a New Money-Saving Plan. Five 
Days* Free Trial. No Money Down — 
Over a Year to Pay. 



mm. 



BEFORE The 
WAR 

This is the offer of The Oliver Typewriter Company itself— a $2,000,000 concern. 

The Oliver Typewriter Company gives this guarantee: The Oliver Nine we now 
sell direct is the exact machine — our Model ^o. 9 — which was formerly priced 
at $100. 





Over 800,000 Sold 



We do not offer a second-hand 
nor rebuilt machine. So do not con- 
fuse this new $64 Oliver with other 
offers. 

The $36 you now save is the result 
of new and efficient sales methods. 

Formerly there were thousands of 
Oliver salesmen and agents. We had 
to maintain expensive offices an many 
cities. Other costly and roundabout 
sales methods kept the price of type- 
writers aroupcl. $100. 

By ending all these wastes and 
adopting a new plan we save the 
American pu^Mc millions of dollars. 



HOW TO SAVE 

This is our plan: You may have an 
Oliver for free trial by answering this 
advertisement. . •• ' , 

Or if you wish further information; 
check the coupon. . ,. : 

We will send yoxi an Oliver Nine 
direct to your office or home for five 
days' free trial; it does not cost you 
a cent. Nor are you under the 
slightest obligation to Ijuy, 

We give you the opportunity to be 
your own salesman and save $36. You 
are the sole judge. There are no 
salesmen to influence 3''0u. 

If you decide to keep the Oliver, 
pay us at the rate of $4 per month. 
If you do not wish to keep it, we even 




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You $36 



refund the transportation charges. 
That is all there is to our plan. It 
is simplicity itself. 

A FAVORITE 

This standard keyboard, visible Oli- 
ver has long been the world's model. 
If you remember, Oliver introduced 
visible "Writing, 

Tear after year, Oliver inventors 
have set the pace. Today's model— 
the Nine — is their greatest achieve- 
ment. 

Any stenographer may turn to the 
Oliver and operate it like any other 
machine. In fact, its simplicity rec- 
ommends it to people who have never 
used a typewriter before. 

This Oliver Nine is the finest, the 
costliest, the ^most successful model we 
have ever built. If any typewriter is 
worth $100, it is this handsome ma- 
chine — the greatest Oliver triumph. 

Regardless of price, do not spe-nd 
one cent upon any typewriter — whether 
new, second hand or rebuilt — do not 
even rent a machine until you have 
investigated thoroughly our proposi- 
tion. 



Used by Big Business 

It is the same commercial ma- 
chine used by U. S. Steel Corporation, 
National City Bank of New York, 
Montgomery Ward & Co.« Chirtis 
FublishinK Co., New York Central, 
Hai-t Schaiffuer & aiarx. Morris & 
Comoany. New Yortc "World." Ward 
Bakins: Company, Jones & Laughlin 
Steel Company, W'estern Clock Com- 
nany^— *<Big Bem," i:ncyclopaedia 
Britannica and a host of others. 
Over 800,000 have been sold. 




The Oliver Typewriter Company by 
this great, money-saving', price-reducing: 
plan is entitled to your first considera- 
tion. 

Note the two-way coupon. Send at 
once for, the free-trial Oliver, or for our 
startling book entitled "The High Cost 
of Typewriters — the Reason and the 
Remedy," 

This amazing book exposes the fol- 
lies of the old selling plans and tells the 
whole story of the Oliver Rebellion. 
"With it we send a new catalog, picturing 
and describing the Oliver Nine. 

Don't turn o^ er this page Without 
clipping the coupon. 

THE OLIVER TYPEWRITER COMPANY 

C-50 Oliver Typewriter Building, C hicago, III. 

TAKE YOUR CHOICE 

Check the coupon for 
Free Trial Oliver or for the 
Book. Mail today. Y 
^^_^ are not obli 
gated to 
buy. 



FEIEE: 
TRIAI? 



THE OLIVER TYPEWRITER CO, 
C-50 Oliver Typewriter BIdg., 

, , Chicago, III. 

. I Ship me a new Oliver Nino for five 

days' free inspection. If I keep it I will 
pay $04 at the rate of $4 per month. The 
title to remain iii you uutil fully paid for. 

Jly shipping point is 

This does not p'ace mo under any obliga- 
tion to buy. If I choose to return the 
Oliver, I will ship it back at your expense 
at the end of five days. 

i i' Do not send a machine imtil I order it. 

JIail me your oooic — "Tlie High Cost of 
Typewriters — The Reason and the Remedy," 
your de luxe catalog and further informa- 
tion. 




Name 

Street Address 

City 

'J I Occupation or Business. 



S;ate. 






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THE LARGEST 
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OF PAPER 



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A 

Genuine 

ELGIN 

Watch 




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20 -Year 




Gold-Filled 
Case 



Send No Money 



Just send us your name and address on the coupon below 
and we will send you this new tWn model Elgin Watch in a 
gold-filled case, guaranteed for twenty years. We want you to 
see it for yourself; examine it and compare it with other 
watches before you decide whether or not you wish to buy. 

10 Days' Trial Chain and Knife FREE 



Wear the watch as if it were 
your own for ten full days. 
Comipare it wit,h other watohes, 
and if you do" not think it is 
the greatest value in America, 
send it back at our expe.ise. 



A gold-filled Knife and Chain 
absolutely free with this offer. 
State if you wish a Waldemar 
(as shown in cut), Dickens or 
vest chain. 



LESS THAN 7c A DAY 



Tf you are pleased with the watch 
, - after ten days' trial you may pay low, 
V";rock bottom price in small monthly 
payments of $2 each. 

Send the Coupon NOW 

Remember, you are not Obligated to 
buy when you send the coupon. Merely 
fill in your name and address. When 
the watch comes then send only $5.50 
as first payment, then wear the wateh 
for ten full days. If you do not con- 
sider it the greatest value you have ever 
seen, return it at our expense and your 
deposit will be refunded immediately. 
If you decide to buy send $2.00 a month 
until $22.50 is paid. Send the coupon 
now. This offer is limited. 

J. M. LYON & COMPANY 

Department 20- IC 
1 Maiden Laae, New York City. N. Y. 



1 1 



J. M. LYON &. COMPANY, Dept. 20.K, 

I Maiden Lane, New York City, N. Y. 

Please send niei Elgin Watch in guaranteed 
twenty-year case, with chain and hnife. Wh ii 
It comes I will deposit $5.50. I will wear the 
watoh for ten days. If I do not like it 1 v 
return the watch and you wlU refund my $5.50 
immediately. If I decide to buy I will send you 
$2.00 a month until $22.50 has been paid. 



Name 



Address . . . 
'Occupation 



Employed by. 



^Yof Wish' jWaldomar.... Vest.... Dic)cens... 
Our 12S-page catalog shows more than 2, COO bargains 
in diamonds, watches and jewelry. Write fQr It now 
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The Springfield Metallic Casket Co. 

Springfield, Olnlo, U. S. A. 

Burial Caskets of Quality 
Unsurpassed Construotion 

The Springfield Metallic Caskets are made of the best gTades of 
Bronze, Copper, Cast Metal, Armco-Purity metals. More than seventy- 
five styles and combinations, which meet the demands of those wishing 
the very best as well as those of the average well-to-do. 

They protect the bodies of your dead from the hideous violations of 
the earth. They keep the remains sacred forever. In points of design, con- 
struction and beauty we positively give the best value for the money, 
being far superior to a mere wooden casket. 





Copyright— C. Deuble, Canton, O. 

,The McKinley Jlomiment at Canton. 

■Ohio. In this tomb lie the remains 

of the late Piesidont MoKinley and everywhere. 

his wife in Springfield Metallic Cas- 

kets of bronze. ".16 — M 



Tk SpringlieM State Bronze 

The ** Washington" 

Dark Statuary Bronze finish, highly pdished. 
The most perfect burial receptacle known. U. S. 
Letters Patent No. 610537. 

Also manufacturers of Steel and Armco Purity 
Metal Burglar-proof Grave Vaults. Copper or 
Zinc metallic inner linings, Casket Carriages and 
Pedestals. A large and varied line of Casket 
Hardware in a variety of finishes. Cloth covered 
wood caskets, dry goods and sundries. Send for 
catalogs. 

"The Final Tribute" tells of the efforts of all 
peoples, even savages, to preserve the bodies of 
their dead. Send for it. 

For sale by the leading Funeral Directora 



Members of 

Fur Merchants' 
Association of New York 



»(*>)'■■*<>* 



JOS. STHNER & BROS. 

FUR 

MERCHANTS 

I 15 to 125 West 30th Street 
NEW YORK 



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We pay the highest market price for 
all Furs caught during the season; also 
pay all express and parcel post charges. 



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Every Drop Puts a Stop'' 

To loss of Hair— Dandruff— Baldness 




WHEN ALL ELSE 
FAILS 

DOMO 

WILL GROW 

HAIR 

$1. a Bottle 

Gaaranleed 

Full Valoe 

For Yonr 



Trade DOMO Mark 
FOR the HAIR 



For Men 
Women 
Children 



ALL PEOPLE 
ALL RACES 

ALL PLACES 
ALL CASES 



is The 

Original and 
Only 

Genuine 
Hair Food 

Avoid 
imitations 

DOMO should be on every lady's dressing table. It will make the hair 
healthy, radiant and beautiful. If your dealer is not supplied send $1.00 
by mail to Dept. D, DEFTIC CO. INC., 1392 Fulton St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Provides a scientific treats 
ment for restoring loss of hair, 
removing dandruff, preventing 
baldness, and promoting growth 
in all cases. 









Mattress Protectors are the only 

Quilted Bed Pads 

that can be safely and satisfactorily 
used on a bed. Watch for our 
trade-mark when buying. 



■■■ai^BeBSBEscaesa 



Carefully Selected 





Both Farm and City Loans 
from the Most Favored SeC' 
lions of Kansas. 



nt 



For over forty years we have 
made a specialty of Mortgage In- 
vestments and have a large list of 
satisfied customers many of whom 
have been with us for a qiiartev 
of a century. 

Interest remitted promptly each 
six months. No losses. No delavs. 
A large list of loans always ou hand 
to select from. Certificates of $25 
and up also for saving Investors. 

Interest allowed from date of 
receipt of draft. 

Write for booldet and loan list No. 800. 

PERKINS & CO., Lawrence, Kans. 



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Brookes' Automobile Handbook Steam Boilers, Their Construction, 

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Changes la starting and lighting brought up to date. 
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Covers aU types of electrio motors— troubles, their 
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Complete Examination and Answers. 

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Special references to Diesel and other 
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Invaluable guide. 



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DraSe Books are for Sale at 
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Do not accept substitutes. 

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Your Guide to Home Study. 



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Before you buy any security you should make it your business to secure 
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ORIGINALITY ofStyic, and 
unqacstLonabU quatuy are the attrL- 
butts, w flick have 'cjiveri to 







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tkcir dam to distinction, as tkc 
z)\^tionatJ(xrsofJntm2ationaOdmc" 

At better Sliops and Fur 
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Short 





Then Acquire Speed by 




Here'sN. p and, this is O a Wri^e 

the two together, end you have No po 

Here's \ th ?o we.ke pith you sim« 

ply va*ite jO and vdth these two eosy 

movements of your pencil, you h^ve 
rr.pdo a word thnt need^ 16 pericil 
movements- when frritteh in lo n g h and. 



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Alresdy you have loomed four K.I« 
Shorthand signs you won't forget. 

Wi'th the other sifna and easy di- 
rections you can learn to ' irfdicato 
6'' -ry word in the diotionaryln 
'Va<?rtnr • i/ twentieth of tho time tie= 
■loircifi ■ .» ordjnnry viritirfg, as ra P" 
XiVi.y .;i.5 words are spokenl 




If yon can learn the lesson (at the 
left, within 5 minutes, you should 
learn the principles of K. I. SHORT- 
HAND in 5 hours of spare time — after 
which acquire speed rapidly. 

This is tlie perfeeted, quick and easy- 
method. If you wish to know how fast 
it is possi'ble to write by K. I. Short- 
hand, ask somebody to read this page 
advertisement rapidly within three min- 
utes by your watch. Thus you'll realize 
the speed with which you should write 
after pleasant practice. 

Hindrances of old systems eliminated; 
no shading, no disjoined vowel symlbols, 
no ruled lines, no positions — and you can 
lead your own notes readily after months 
or years. Hence K. I. Shorthand is val- 
uable for private notes, niessages, etc. 

AVith K. I. Shorthand you can take dic- 
tation in English, and adapt it to French, 
Spanish, Portuguese and 1-8 other lan- 
guages, in a practical way. This 
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It is as far aheac? for popular use, we 
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Mrs. Ethel Hahn: "My hair was coming out 
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C. F. Heiser: "I had a large bald spot. 
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Miss A. A. Thornton: "I had lost nearly all 
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G. W. Mitohcll: "I had a bald spot and. 
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Matilda Maxwell: "The whole front of my 
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Jos, W. Williams: "E\-ery tinie I combed my 
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**H'.zf Vaa Horn: "When I stand before my 
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Louise A. Gray: "Jly head is the surest 
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Miss Lilla Riley: "My hair was falling out 
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Miss Mary Ferriera: "When I began to use 
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Atex Ennis: "I never thought I- would have 
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Julia Kupferschmidt: "It is surprising how 
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Ob S&gal aaaaevit, Jobn TTsrH Briftafa, tneiiveag gsafi, eertifleS 
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"At a time wten I had t'ecome dlscourageS 
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a healthy growth, and era long taj, haii; irraa as t)rQliila as in mji 

youthful days. 

That I was astohished and Happ^ & expressing iny state of mind mildNt 

Obviously, the hair roots had not been dead, but vrere dormant in 
ibe scalp, awaiting the lertilizlnff potency of the mysterious pomade^ 

X ncgotlatod for and cama into poBsesBion of the principle for pro^ 
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to Average Life 

BEAL 



MUCH has (been said awd volumes 
•have been written describiner at 
lengbli the many kinds of hatha 
civilized man has indulged in from 
time to time. Every possible re- 
joiwce of the human mind has been brought 
into play to fasiiion new methods of bath- 
ing, but, strange as it may seem, tlie most 
impor'tant as well as the most beneficial of 
all baths, the "Internal Bath." has been 
Slven little thouiglht. The reason for this 
is probaiblir due to the fact that few people 
seem to realize the tremendous part that 
internal bathing plays in the acauiring and 
in£.intaining of health. 

Tf you were to ask a dozen 'People to de- 
Cine an internal bath, you would have as 
many different definitions, and the proba- 
bility is that not one of tihem would be 
correct. To avoid any mi/sconception as to 
what constitutes an internal babh. let it he 
said that a hot wa'ter enema is no more an 
internal bath than a bill of fare is a dinner. 

If it were "possilble and agreeable to take 
the great mass of thinking people to wit- 
ness an average po.st-imortem the sight 
they would see and the things" they would 
learn would prove of such lasting benefit, 
and impress theim so profoundly, that fur- 
ther argument in favor of internal bathing 
would be unnecesaary to convince them. 
Unfortunately, however, it Is not possible 
to do this, profitable as such an experience 
would dou'bltless prove to be. There 19. 
then, only one other way to get this infor- 
mation into fhelr hands, and that is by 
acqua'intine them with such knowledge as 
will en^le them to laiopreclate the value of 
•.his long-sought -for health-producing ne- 
aasiity. 

Few people realize what a very Uttle 

•Ing is necessary sometimes to improve 

eJr phyeloal condition. Also they have 
nost no conception of how a little care- 
..aduoss. 'ndiflference or neglect can be the 
fundamental cause of the most virulent 
disease. FVjr instance, that universal dis- 
order from which almost all humanity is 
sufferlnff, known as ''constipation," "auto- 
intoxication," "auto-infection," and a mul- 
titude of other terms, is not only curable, 
but preventable, through the consistent 
practice of internal bathing. 

How many people realize that normal 
-"nctioning of the bowels and a clean in- 
(.eetinal tract make it impossible to become 
slok? "Man of to-day is only 50 per cent, 
efficient." Reduced to slmiple English this 
means that most men are trying to do a 
man's portion of work on half a man's 
power. This applies equally to women. 

That it is impossible to comtinue to do 
this indefinitely must be apparent to aU. 
Nature never intended the delicate human 
organism to be operated on a 100 per ecnt. 
overload. A machiner could not stand this 
and not l»reak down, and the body cer- 
tainly cannot dornore'than a machine. 
There la entirely too much unnecessary and 
avoidable sickness in the world. 

How many peoi)le can you name, includ- 
ing yourself, who are physically vigorous, 
healthy and strong? The number is ap- 
pallingly small. 

It is not a complex matter to keep in 
condition, but It takes a little' time, and in 
these strenuous days people have time to 
do everything else necessary for the at- 

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tainment of happiness but the miost essen- 
tial thing of all, that of giving their bodl9 
their proper care. 

V/"ould you believe that five or ten min- 
utes of time devoted to systematic internal 
bathing can make you healthy and main- 
tain your physical efficiency indefinitely? 
Granting that such a simple procedure as 
this will do w<hat is claimed for it, is it 
not worth while to learn more about t^hat 
which will accomplish this end? Internal 
Bathing- will do this, and it will do it for 
people of all ages and in all conditions of 
health and disease. 

People don't seam to realize, strange to 
say, how important it is to keep the boidy 
free from accumul'ated body-waste (poi- 
sons). Their doiriig so would prevent the 
absorption into the blood of the poiisonoua 
excretions of the body, and health would 
be the inevitable result. 

If you would keep your blood pure, your 
heart normal, your eyes clear, your com- 
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pressure normal, your nerves relaxed, and 
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Now that your attention has been called 
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authority on this subject. Not only did 
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spared and prolonged. No other book haa 
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Perhaps you realize now, more than 
ever, the truth of these statements, and if 
the reading of this article will result in a 
proper appreciation on your part of the 
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served its purpose. What you will want to 
do now is to avail yourself of tlie opportu- 
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JOSEPH PULITZER. 
Ai>ril 10, 1S4T ^ October 29, 191 J. 



THE EDITORIAL COXJttSE OF THE PAPER IN 1920. 

Following in 1920 the injunction of its founder, Joseph Pulitzer, to flg'at alwaj's for progress and reform. 
The World found again the chief of its laljors to be the advocacy of peace. This hn.d indsed been l*s t.isk 
for more than a generation, ns sliown in the Venezuela dispute, the Boer War, and the founding of 'jhe Hague 
Tribunal. But 1920 confounded expectation and passed precedent by closing with the United Stales .still 
technically at war with Germany, while the return of the civilized world to peaceful conditions and the habit 
of settled Industry were greatly delayed by the rise in the United States of a new internation.'U Knownoth- 
ingism. Against the vSenate cabal that wantonly delayed and pos.'^ibly sacrificed the peace of tlw world *<■ 
make an issue for the Presidential campa;.i?n The World did some of the doiightiest lightiUK of Its combative 
career. Hotly detesting this "Betrayal of the Dead" of Chateau-Thierry and the Argonne, it favo.'od the 
election of James M. Cox and a Democratic Congress; then, loyally accepting the verdict, looked to the 
Republican Party, intrenched in power, tb scramble out of the pit it had digged for itself and the country. 

A mass of minor issues of international imoort drag in the train of peace delayed. The Wprld supported 
the Colby note, in which President Wilson disclaimed either acquiesence by this country in the dismember- 
ment of Russia or recognition of its present misgovernment. It favored in the .Adriatic a solution of the 
Flume problem that would most freely open trade to inland communities. It deplored the return of Greece 
to the Constantinist Party and the renascence of Turkish hopes and Mos'em power as the direct result of 
the abstention of the United States from the League of Nations. 

It would be hard to name a great home i.ssup not somehow related to post-war conditions. The World 
led in the revelation of the housing famine and in urging special legislation to curb unreasonable rent Increases, 
an endeavor crowned promptly with success; less progress was made in the encouragement of home building, 
grievously handicapped by costs; but in exposing the carnival of graft and conspiracy that further hampered 
building The World cleared the way for action in the new year. This exposure also led to legislative action, 
the Lockwood Committee being Instructed to investigate with a view to further law-making. The World 
stopped the waste of millions in building the New York County Court House upon padded and colluslvo 
bids. It exposed the lavish use of money in pre-convention campaigns for Presidential candidates, par- 
ticularly Gen. Lijbnard Wood and Gov. Lowden of Illinois. It urged energetic aetion to break the coal 
middleman sy.stem, to restore cflieiency to tne railroads again. In private ownership, and to abate high prices 
for necessaries of life, before they should be smashed by the harsh means of forced sales and unemployment. 

In a letter dated May 21, 1920, John Wanamaker said of an editorial in The World of the day before: 
"The great New York World newspaper speaks favorably of 'the momentum the movement acquires as it 
progresses,' * * * •initiated in New York and Philadelphia,' * * * 'something unknown in the experience of 
the oldest storekeepers.' Mr. Joseph Pulitzer seems to be living his life over again. In standing by the effort 
to stop the further increase of prices and, without injuring labor, to increase its products by improved ma- 
chinery, and for larger wages required by longer hours. Many of us have always known that oven ten hours 
a day was too short for the v/ork that hud to be done." 

EVENING World editorial page. 

For The Evening World's editorial page, the year 1920 was one of marked enlargement. The daily 
number and range of editorials were more than doubled. Increased space was given to letters from Even'ne 
World readers v;1io have made this section of the page a conspicuous forum for interchange of thought and 
opinion. 

A wide public has come to know and value John Blake's Uncommon Sense as a notable daily contribu- 
tion oX helpful, practical wisdom. Other features of the editorial page have covered g^l'eatly enlarged fields 
of information, instruction and entertainment. 

Early in the year The Evening V/orld's editorial analysis of the American Woolen Company's own 
financial reports revealed an effective method of concentrating public attention on some of the more flagrant 
profiteers in American business and led to a notable series of similar analyses In the news columns. 

In the course of the year The Evening World editorial columns championed the principle of representa- 
tive government as challenged by the ouster of the Socialist Assemblymen at Albany; consistently advocated 
entrance Into the League of Nations; presented a constructive as well as a protective housing programme, 
part of which was enacted into two sots of rent bills; Insisted that New York traction companies either 
live up to the existing 5-cent fare contracts or demonstrate their inability in a business-like manner and offer 
future concessions in return for present relief; pointed out the need for codification and stiffening of laws 
governing motor trafflc; strongly opposed sumptuary legislation in State and Nation; and advocated H for- 
ward-looking labor policy based on a more adequate presentation of botli sides of industrial controversies 
before the Court of Public Opinion. > 

TRANSMITTING PHOTOGRAPHS BY WIRE. .; 

As soon as the succe.ss of the Invention of a method of transmitting photographs over a wire to a great 
distance was announced in Europe, The World invited the inventor, Edouard Belln, eminent French en- 
gineer, to come to America as its guest and demonstrate his method in this country. M. Bella came in 
October, bringing his delicate instruments with him, and on Sunday, Nov. 14, in the presence of a company 
of distinguished men in. the electrical world, photographs were sent and received over a v/ire between tJie 
editorial rooms of The World in New York and the Post-Dispatch in St. Louis, a distance of more than 
1,000 miles. This was the first time in America tbat this epoch-making scientific feat was performed. 

THE PULITZER AVIATION TROPHY. 

The year 1920 brought steady progress in aviation. Tlie Pulitzer Trophy race at Mltch^l Field, 
Mlneola, Long Island, on Thanksgiving Day was the most successful air speed race ever held. Forty-four 
of the fastest planes in the world contested for the prize offered by Ralph Pulitzer, Joseph Pulitzer, Jr., and 
Herbert Pulitzer, thirty-six actually started, and 40,000 people witnessed the contest. It was won by an 
Amerlcan-built-and-powered plane, driven by an American Army officer, Capt. C. C. Mosley, at an average 
speed of 178 miles over a 132-mile course. 

The World printed the first news of the arrival at Wrangel, Alaska, of the expedition of four^Army 
airplanes which left Mitchel Field in July and negotiated a 9,000-mile flight, much of it over unexplored 
mountains, without serious accident. 



18 The World— Continued. 



THE WORLD AND THE HOUSING INQUIRY. 

The Housing and Building Inquiry, which was begun Oct. 20, 1920, by the joint State Legislative Com- 
mittee on Housing, Senator Charles C. Loclswood, Chairman, is the outgrowth of the efforts of The World, 
aided by Samuel Untermyer. The investigation was still in progress when the Almanac went to press, in 
December. 

It has been sworn by witnesses before the committee: 

(1) Agents or officials of the Building Trades Council, a collection of labor unions, have extorted money 
from contractors, and have got unreasoni'.ble dues from its wage earners. The enhanced cost of new build- 
ings has been passed on to the owners, who jack up rents on tenants. 

(2) All building materials are trust-controlled, and prices have been boosted since 1916 as much as 500 
per cent., thus hindering housing and causing a shortage to the extent of 100,000 homes, especially flats 
and apartments. 

(3) There has been collusive bidding on a large number of contracts for public buildings in New York 
City — the result of a so-called "code of practice" scheme devised by an attorney who organized several 
lines of building-material dealers and manufacturers Into rings or trade combines. The proposed §20,000,000 
New York County Court House was declared in the evidence to have been a conspicuous example of col- 
lusive bidding. 

A mass of evidence regarding tliis and other public contracts was turned over by The World to Mr. 
Untermyer, counsel to the Lockwood Committee, before the hearings began. 

The two chief results of the Housing Inquiry have been: 

First — The city, following the disclosures as to collusive bidding and super-prices, lias either cancelled 
or has held up for investigation Court House and other contracts involving scores of millions of taxpayers' 
money. 

Second — Three Grand Juries have got busy, and officials of the Building Trades Council, contractors, 
and dealers in building materials have been indicted on bribery, perjury, extortion or other charges, and 
some of them have been put to trial. 

The investigation is the result of a long campaign conducted by The World for a public hearing which 
would show whether manufacturers and dealers In building materials had conspired to maintain their products 
at high artificial levels, thereby hindering the building of houses on a large scale. July 3, 1919, Mr. Unter- 
myer, at the request of Nathan Hirsch, then Chairman of the Mayor's Committee on Bent Profiteering, and 
The World made a brief examination into building conditions with the result that he asserted he had estab- 
lished the existence of a criminal conspiracy and ordered the minutes sent to District Attorney Edward 
Swann. Nothing came of the riiatter, so far as the Grand Jury was concerned. In September, 1920, the 
paper published articles by one of its staff, E. Van Ness Harwood, showing lack of housing. Mr. Untermyer 
tntu offered to conduct an inquirjT before a legislative committee, saying his objects would be to break up 
the building materials and contractors' combines, get financial Institutions to resume lending money for 
btjiMiug purposes, and suggest laws to prevent the combines and compel life insurance companies and savings 
lia\iks ■ invest more freely in realty mortgages. The World then turned to the Legislature, and, after a 
flghl, yot the powers of the Loclcwood committee enlarged to cover a building inquiry. 

V hatever investigation the 1921 Legislature makes of the New York City Governmeat will be In con- 
sequence of the housing disclosures brought about by The World and Mr. Untermyer. Among the latter's 
:i3si.st.'vnts have been Leonard M. Wallatoin, coimsel to the Citizens' Union: Deputy Attorney General Samuel 
A. Berger, who was assigned to the committee by Attorney General Newton; former Assistant District 
Attorneys William De Ford, Stanley Richter, Emory R. Buckner and Kenneth Spence. 

THE WORLD'S FOREIGN SERVICE. 

The Foreign Service of The World during 1920 was kept up to its high standard under the lead of James 

i'i ruohy, of the London office. The labor strife in England and the Sinn Fein movement in Ireland 

w re chronicled by him and by the members of his staff. Among the features were Arno Dosch-Fleurot's 

rtloles fiom Ireland (which country he toured early in the crisis) , covering the actual condition there. Joseph 

V . Grlgg was sent to Ireland later in the year, and covered the outbreaks in Dublin and Cork and the arrest 

. tl the Sinn Fein leader, Arthur GritBth, Acting President of the "Irish Republic." 

Li.ncola Eyre, of the Paris office, went to Italy when the remarkable demonstration of labor was at Its 
height — -when workmen were taking over the factories and running them. He gave the first detailed ac- 
counts, which made the aims of tlie men evident and understandable by American readers. He was assisted 
by Miss Beatrice Baslcerville, the resident correspondent of The V/orld in Rome. Going to Russia in No- 
ve^^bBr, 1919, Mr. Eyre studied the results of the rule of Leuine and Trotzky, returning in February to -write 
a series of articles on Lenine, Trotzky and Zinovieff. 

When the League of Nations began its sessions at Geneva, Switzerland, Mr. Eyre transferred his ac- 
tivities from Paris to that place. Hls'stories on the sessions of the League of Nations were plainly written 
and easily grasped by the great mass of readers. In Berlin, Cyril Brown has followed the course of the Ger- 
man people since the war; their objections to the Versailles Treaty, and their struggles, both political and 
economic. He has described conditions in Germany. One of his services was a trip to Poland when Warsaw 
was in danger of^being captured by the Bolshevists. 

NEWS BEATS BY THE WASHINGTON BUREAU. 
Among the exclusive stories of the Washington Bureau was the announcement the President had ordered 
Secretary of State Lansing to abstain from calling Cabinet meetings until the President himself was able 
to officiate at them, which was followed the next day by the news of Mr. Lansing's resignation. Another 
piece of information printed a day ahead of competitors was that tiie Attorney General had forced the big 
meat packers to an agreement to quit the grocery business and get rid of their stockyards. The bureau 
told the reason for President Wilson's refusal to receive Lord Grey as British Ambassador, namely, the 
Utterances of an attache of the Embassy. 

LEARY'S LABOR ARTICLES. 

The labor articles of John J. Leary came through the Washington Bureau, Including the news that 
Attorney General Palmer would resort to injunction proceedings to settle the coal strike. Charles Michel- 
son's expose of German plans that culminated in the contract between the American Ship and Commerce 
Corporation and the Hamburg-American line, was another of the bureau's contributions to the news of 
the year. The formation of the syndicate that sought to Induce the President to assign the half billion 
dollars In German securities, held by the Allen Enemy Property Custodian, to be the basis of a two-billion 
dollar credit for Germany was told by The World alone. 

In June, 1920, more than 100 delegates to the Convention of the American Federation of Labor, then 
In session in Montreal, Canada, including President Samuel Gompers, attended a banquet in that city given 
in honor of John J. Leary, Jr., labor news reporter for The World. Mr. Leary was the 1920 winner of the 
Pulitzer School of Journalism prize of §1,000 for the best example of a reporter's work during the year, the 
test being strict accuracy, terseness, and the accomplishment of some public good commanding pubUc atten- 
tion. The work which won the award for Mr. Leary was a series of articles on the coal strike, including a 
series of articles reporting conditions in the mining camps of Guyan Valley, W. Va. 



The World— Continued. . 19 



THE GEN. WOOD CAMPAIGN FUND. 
The World, on March 22, exposed, through tne pen of Louis Seibold, one of its sfaK correspondents, 
the fact that millions of money was pledged by friends of Gen. Leonard Wood in his contest In the Presi- 
dential primaries. The revelations were followed by a Congressional inquiry, which is still in progress, 
and which has been broadened, as this paper insisted, to cover tiie expenditures in the resular Presidential 
contest. The funds spent in behalf of Gov. Lowden, of Illinois, were revealed. 

THE HISTORIC INTERVIEW WITH PRESIDENT WILSON. 
On June 18 The World published a historic' interview given by President Wilson to Mr. Seibold, which 
attracted interest throughout the world, not only because of the importance of the statements therein, but 
also inasmuch as it was the first interview by an American Pre.sident with a journalist in the history of the 
White House. The tallc was accompanied by a description of the President's physical, condition and dis- 
posed of rumors that misrepresented the health of the President. This article showed that while Mr. Wilson 
had been a very sick man his mind was all right. 

THE WORLD'S ALBANY ACTIVITIES. 

The World, during 1920, brought its influence to bear at Albany in the promotion of all desirable legis- 
lation and exposed bills cloaking jokers for which the legislative session was notable. Many pro-corporal ion 
measures backed by powerful lobbies wore revealed by The World's staff there, he.aded by Charles S. Hand. 
As a consequence they were either killed on the floor of the Legislature or vetoed by the Governor. This 
paper's analysis of the real intent of scores of bills shot through the Legislature during the confusion attend- 
ing Its closing hours prompted the Governor to write a number of veto messages. Mandatory city legis- 
lation disclosed by The World failed of passage, espoclally a series of measures affecting the police Depart- 
ment. The World led the fight against the expulsion of the five Socialists members of tha Assembly and 
obtained from its readers subscriptions to a fund expended for the defense of the Socialists. The World, 
morning and evening editions, also captained the fight which resulted in the enactment of la\ra to protect 
tenants and curb profiteering by landlords. 

Major Arthur Bias, a British military critic and tactician, in an article written for The World in January, 
said of The World's publication of Lurtendorff's Memoirs: "In direct opposition to the opinions of most 
of the competent critics, I consider Ludendorft's Memoirs, recently published by The New York World, to 
be one of the most valuable contributions ever made to the literature of the art of war." 

EXPOSURE OF THE LUXURY CRAZE. 

Following the publication, early in the year, of the first tabulation of "war millionaires," W. P. Beazell, 
of the staff, extended an examination of the records of the Bureau of Internal Revenue to a point where it 
was possible, for the first time, to show what the Nation had been spending for luxuries. With the figures 
revealed was coupled a prophecy that reckless spending had reached its peak and that If there were caution 
in buying, price recessions would have to come about as a matter of course. To The World's own publication 
of this advice was added wide circulation of the facts by the Federal Reserve Bank system giving The World 
due credit. These two incidents marked the definite beginning of the price decline, aided by balking buyers. 

Two contributions to the convenience of the travelling public were made by The World during the year. 
Surveys of conditions on the Manhattan subways made by W. P. Beazell and Russell B. Porter, of The 
World's staff, were followed on March 1 by extensive increases in service. In April, The World called atten- 
tion to the fact that the Interborough had withdrawn from service on the Third and Second Avenue Elevated 
lines a number of trains almost equal to those added on the subways. The result of this was that the Public 
Service Commission compelled the restoration of t!ie elevated service to normal. 

The World has given specl.al attention to projects for beautifying New York and other cities, and to 
the movement for industrial art education whereby American craftsmanship may win and hold distinctive 
place in the world's esteem. This movement to which the leading museums and many manufacturers have 
committed themselves, looks beyond the art courses in the public schools to the establisliment of schools 
of design, aided if not wholly supported by public funds, in which the talented young may be assured train- 
ing as thorough as is given in any of the schools of Europe of that type, to the end that an industrial art 
worthily American may become a real national asset. 

In May, Senor Adolfo de la Huerta, Provisional President of Mexico, wired The World, outlining his 
plans for safety and justice to foreigoers and, in the Government's relations with the United State8,'"to"de- 
velop them in conformity with international law, and with justice, equity and good faith. 

SEEKING LOST PERSONS. 

The World has maintained for many years in its Sunday edition, and published whenever opportunity 
affords, a department devoted to the finding of lost friends and missing people, and during the last year 
many descriptions of missing people were printed and many found through this Department of Missing 
People, a description of which was printed In the June American Magazine, together with a picture of its 
director, J. Otis Swift, to whom letters concerning missing people should be addressed, care The World, 
Park Row, New York. 

This paper published exclusively the April clean up of crooks at Bridgeport, Ct., one of its reporters 
being with the detectives In the raid. 

In September, the United States Navy thanked The World for recruiting men for the Destroyer 
Tatnall which was to leave for *.he West Coast Oct. 1. 

After William H. Gregory or The World staff exposed gambling conditions in Naasau County an 
official John Doe investigation resulting in the indictment of a score of gamblers and officials was started. 
Mr. Gregory investigated more than 75 murders in the metropolitan area and furnished the police clues 
that resulted in arrests. 

The World's reports of the international yacht races for the America's Cup were thorough. On the 
U. S. S. destroyer Semmes were James Robblns.who wrote the technical stories of the contests, and Joseph 
Jefferson O'Neill, who described them as spectacles. On Sir Thomas Llpton's yacht F. Darius Benham 
got the impressions of the Irish Baronet and his guests. Ashore at the Highlands, George H. Boothby told 
of the work of the crews and racing Captains. On the occasion of the first race J. Earl Clauson flew in a 
Larson all-metal monoplane and gave a birds eye view of the contpst. 

RIDDING THE STREETS OF SPEED MANIACS. 

In an effort to lessen automobile fatalities in New York City and State, The World carried on a crusade 
to rid the streets of reckless drivers and speeders. The increasing number of lives sacrificed under the wheels 
of motor vehicles were made public through the news and editorial columns of the paper. Monthly figures 
showing killings in the various boroughs, besides numerous special articles by Magistrates, city officials 
and motor vehicle Commissioners of other States were used in this educational campaign conducted by The 
World. As a result of the crusade conducted an additional Grand Jury made an inquiry into the situation 
and the Secretary of State's Automobile Bureau -held special hearings to punish offenders and revoke licenses; 

The Wall Street page, under Samuel S. Fontaine, the theatrical page, under Louis V. De Foe, and 
the music and opera page, under James Gibbons Huneker, have carried many widely read features. J. J/ 
Montague's verses and the cartoons of Rollin Klrby, Rehse, and Fnieh have conspired to brigliten the 
morning paper. 



20 The World— Continued. 



THE SPORTING PAGE FEATURES. 

SuDplementine the regular staff of men who are authorities in their lines writers of prominence have 
contributed special articles on golf, boxing, lawn tennis, football and trade and fle'd athletics. Georges 
Carpentier, heavyweight champion of Europe and challenger of Jack Dempsey for the world's title; Ted 
Bay, who invaded these shores from England and won our open golf title; Harry Vardon, one of the au- 
thorities in golf; W. W. (Bill) Roper, head coach of the Princeton football eleven; Jack Moakley, coach 
oX the American Olympic team and trainer at Cornell; Francis Ouiniet, runner up for the amateur golf 
championship; Herbert L. Bourke, leading lawn tennis authority in Great Britain, and "Austral," a tennis 
writer, are among those who have written for the sporting pages. "Bud" Fisher's Mutt and Jeff cartoons 
lightened the sporting page. 

THRICE- A-WEEK WORLD. 

The Thrice~a-Week edition of The New York World appears every other day except Sunday and Is 
intended chiefly for the country and the towns distant from New York. 

NEWS FEATURES OF THE EVENING WORLD. 

Reductions in rents, in prices of meat and farm products, and theatre tickets, and improvements in 
the public care of children, as embodied in Child \^^elfare laws, were among The Evening World's achieve- 
ments In 1920 by crusades in its news columns, largely through the efforts of Sopliie Irene Loeb, a member 
of the staff. She helped bring about a special session of the Legislature, and the housing bills were pre- 
pared In co-operation with her. In the main, the bills provided that no evictions could be made unless the 
pwner actually wanted the premises for his own personal use; to reconstruct the building; or that the 
premises had become disorderly. 

Thousands of families, whose status as tenants was precarious prior to Oct. I, were thus cared for in 
these measures signed by the Governor. Thus the emergency measure was met, and the constructive 
programme of The Evening W^orld to encourage future building and to reduce rents will be presented to 
the 1921 Legislature. 

Miss Loeb conferred with the meat packers, who agreed to a Federal Commission to regulate prices; 
she made a tour of New York State, consulting with farmers, after which a committee was appointed by 
the Governor to stabilize the labor condition of farmers. This committee will report to the Legislature 
of 1921 with a constructive programme. The Child Welfare Laws whicli were adopted In 1915 and which 
carries out the principle that destitute and dependent children should be cared for in their own homes under 
the Widow's Pension Law, were greatly strengthened during the year. 

At the request of the Governor, Miss Loeb made recommendations for amendments to the law, which 
were accomplished. Chief among these was the provision making the law compulsory Instead of permis- 
sive aa it had been. This means that appropriations must bo made in every county for this form of relief 
of poor families. Also the amendments were secured that Includes under provision of this law the desti- 
tiite children of prisoners who are sentenced for five years or more, and children of men who are insane, 
also of children whose mother or father had taken out first citizen papers. \ 

The expose of The Evening World as to theatre ticket speculators was brought to the attention of the 
Federal authorities who are charged with securing the theatre revenue prescribed by law, which was shown 
by The Evening World to be violated. Orders have been issued to all the theatres by William H. Edwards, 
United States Collector of Internal Revenue, that every stub of every ticket must be kept, the price charged 
by the theatre and also by the speculator to appear on the ticket, and a complete plan of checking up on 
tlie actual prices charged the theatre patron has been launched by tlie Revenue Collector. 

Tho Evening World published Nov. 11 the results of an investigation of the Wail Street explosion 
which disclosed a vengeful conflict between the contractor for the excavation on the site of the new Stock 
Exchange Annex and his employees on the one hand and the so-called Polish Housowreckers' Union who 
had been forced out of employment by the Building Trades Council; asserting that the strongest motive 
for the explosion lay in the feeling of sympathizers of the Polish Union, many of whom had radical asso- 
ciations, against the union. 

The Evening World was instrumental, with the co-operation of leaders in the Senate and the House 
of Representatives, in cutting hundreds of millions of dollars off tlie appropriation bills for the National 
Government for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1921. A staff correspondent, Martin Green, spent five 
-saeatha. In Washington and prepared every day during that period an article showing how material re- 
ductions could be made in the expenses of the Government. Other newspapers took up the Evening 
World's slogan "Put the Country back on a Peace Basis." The influence of the Evening World was marked 
In causing Congress to adopt a budget system which was vetoed by President Wilson because of the form 
of the legislation and not because of its intent. 

EVENING WORLD MAGAZINE FEATURES. 

Marguerite Mooera Marshall, Sophie Irene Loeb, Fay Stevenson, Marguerite Dean, Mildred Lode- 
wlck, Pauline Furlong, Betty Vincent, Dr. Charlotte C. West, Roy L. McCardell, Will B. Johnstone, 
Neal R. O'Hara, Bide Dudley and Roger Batchelder, regularly contributing members of the Magazine 
Page staff, have given daily interviews and human interest articles on beauty and health, with heart talks 
and helpful suggestions for the woman in the home. A distinctive feature of this page has been the daily 
humorous cartoons by Maurice Ketten, "Can You Beat It!" "Such Is Life," "Day of Rest," and other 
mirrorings of life. The Comic Page daily presenting six humorous strips has endeared "Joe's Car," "The 
Big. Little Family," "Little Mary Mlxup," "Katinlca," "Leave It to Lou," and "Vivian the Vamp," to 
a host of readers. 

The Evening World's Kiddle Klub gained during the year not only in membership but In reputation 
as an organization of value to its members. Under the direction of "Cousin" Eleanor Schorer the Kiddie 
Klub gives encouragement to those of its members who have ability to write and draw, by publishing 
their contributions In the Kiddie Klub Korner. Two yearly entertainments are given by the children 
gifted in singing, dancing and dramatics. With these methods latent talent has been discovered and fostered 
by the I£Jub. On Wednesday, July 23, 1920, Luna Park and Its attractions were open to all members 
wearing their pins. Upward of 35,000 children and parents enjoyed the day. During Christmas week 
two performances of the "Wishing Ring" were given at the Manhattan Opera House. The play was 
written and directed by Miss Schorer. One hundred children took part. 

EDITORIAL SECTION FEATURES. 

Among the Editorial Section features were: A symposium on Insanity by Drs. George IT. Kirby, 
A. A. Brill, and Walter Timme; Charles W. Wood's interviews with Governor Alfred E. Smith, Governor- 
elect Nathan L. MUIer and Eugene V. Debs just before election, and with the leading men of China; Dr. 
Louis Levine's Interviews with Prof. Robert H. Lowie, Dr. George D. Strayer, Otto ICahn, Pierrepont B. 
Noyes, Col. Arthur Woods, Richard S. Childs, Sidney Hillman, Augustus Thomas, Frank A. Vanderllp, 
Whiting Williams, Prof. John Ersldne and John Foster Dulles; Rowland Thomis's interviews with 
Senator Frelinghuysen, Senator Kenyon, Dr. Paul S. Reinsch, Henry P. Davison, and Major Gen. Sir 
Charles V. K. Townsend; Arthur Benington's Interviews with Archbishop Hayes, former Chief Judge 
Edgar M. Cullen, Gen. Goethals, Peter Collins, and Dr. David Orr Edson. Among contributors of special 
articles to this section were Vicente Blasco Ibanez, Ernest Harvier, Charles S. Albert, Rowland Thomas, 



The World — Continued. 21 



Arthur Benington, P. W. Wilson, John Godfrey Saxe, Bertrand Kussell, Magistrate W. Bruce Cobb, 
Samuel Seabury, A. G. Gardiner, Harold Lord Varney, and Capt. Yatea Sterling, Jr., U. S. A. 

VIEWS AND THE NEWS OF BOOKS. 

A feature of The Sunday World throughout the year Is the department of "Views and the News of the 
World of Boolca," under the editorship of E. W. Osborn. On this page, which appears in the Editorial 
Section, books are treated primarily as matters of news, but also with the fairest possible judgment as to 
their place and value before the reading public. Followers of this department will And themselves kept 
well in touch with the literary Interests of the current hour. Also under Mr. Osborn's conduct is a column, 
"Turning the Pages," published every Saturday in The Evening World. 

THE SUNDAY WORLD MAGAZINE SECTION; 

The Magazine Section, always marked by variety, excelled Itself in 1920 by the numbers of topics 
It treated and by the diversity of the writers. Ever alive to the newest currents of art, it printed pages 
of pictures of which tin; following are typical: W. Njeviuson's "Views of New York": a portrait of Gov. 
Cox (on the eve of Election Day), etched in dry-point by Walter Tittle; an "American Madonna," by F. 
Luis Mora; a faatasy by tliat inimitable cartoonist Alfred Frueli, entitled "Fruit Tree Fancies"; a won- 
derful reproduction in colors of Raphael's "Madonna della Seclia," this lu celebration of the Raphael 
quatro-centeunial; one of the paintingj tliat have caused Alfred Wolmark to be called revolutionary; a 
page of lovely etched portraits \yy Zarokilii; impressions of New York by the great Russian artist Arzyba- 
sheff; a series of "Old Bill," by Cs-pt. Bruce Uairnsfather; a series of Herb Rotii caricatures of Oriental life 
drawn by him while travelling in China, Burma and Japan; a series of Richard F. Lahoy's inlerpretationa 
of underworld life in New York with clever verses by John Farrar; Jolm Held's striking wood cuts illus- 
trative of city life. Several of Louis Biedermann's panoramic cartoons, such as the "Empire City Beau- 
tiful," "Moving Day," "Suburban Service Station on Monday Morning" and others in his own indi- 
vidual style. Then there were those charming sketches of New York from an office window by J. E. 
Bourquln, a business man whose avocation is art; the clever caricatures of Massaguer, the Cuban cartoonist; 
a series of conceptions of beauty, each by one of tiie most popular of American artists: yie clever, attractive 
and sometimes bizarre costume designs l^y Jean Bradin, Jean Renwick Rogct and Barksdale Rogers, rienry 
Tyrrell again contributed many articles on the newest ideas in art. Edv/in H. Smith continued to lift the 
veil and expose the secrets of the underworld. Karl K. Kitchen, fresh from Europe, described conditions 
in the once rich and gay capitals of the Old World, and wrote also a series of episodes \\\ the life of MaybcUe 
Meringue, chorus girl. Marion Weinstein's sketches of the Palestine of to-day, Konrad Bercovici's tales 
of the Ghetto, vignettes of the strange and amusing side of New York life, by Michael Gold and Prosper 
Buranelli, the Swami Kripananda's articles ou abolishing death and John T. Quimby's amusing adven- 
tures of Shj'lock Holmes, Uie fake detective, were among the notable features. Arthur Benington suc- 
ceeded in bringing the puzzling Einstein theory within the comprehension of the man in tha street. H. 
Gemsback contributed several clever, scientific fantasies. The modern craze for spiritism was retlected 
in articles in which both sides were set forth by specialists. Among other contributors may be mentioned 
Sarah McDougall, Rene Gibbs, Hildegard Hawthorne, John Farrar, Major Gen. William C. Haan, U. S. 
A. and Horace Brodr-ky. The pages headed "New and Odd Tilings in Science" and "Things You Ought 
to Know," continued to present in a popular form the latest discoveries in science and lu medicine. 

THE GRAVURE SECTION. 
In The World's Gravure Section the most interesting pictures from all parts of the world were pub- 
lished — many of them exclusively. Air pictures of New York City and of tlia palatial homes on Long 
Island were shown. An interesting series o? "Old New York" views was run and for tiiroo months "Amer- 
ica's Prettiest, Girls" were featured, each city having^a page to itself. A map of New York In 1920, drawn 
by a World artist, Louis Biedermann, v/as reproduced. An interesting page was made up from, photo- 
graplis collected by Herb Roth, a World artist, on a 32,000-mile trip to the Far East. There was, also, a 
series of action photographs of Kc.v York City's afiairs, by Jack Sussman. 

SOCIETY PAGE FEATURES. 

The features of the society pages of the Sunday and dally Issues of The World, edited by Mrs. Josephinej 
R. Ober are: "The Tattler's" talk on social topics of the week; also; 

All largo social functions, including the Horse Show, dramatic poi'formances of tiie -jiiuior League, 
Charity Ball, Jimior Assemblies, Metropolitan Dances, Friday Juniors, Colony Dances, tho Baclielorff 
,and many otiiers. A list, alphabetical, of the season's debutantes with names of parents, addresses, and 
dates of debuts — individual descriptions of coming-out parties with names of guests — puljlication tlirough- 
out the winter se.ison of a weekly calencLar ot social events — descriptions of outdoor Horse and Dog Shows 
during the spring and summer at Minoola, I'iping Rock, etc., with notes of society folks at Belmont Park 
and other raoe tracks — -pubiication on Sundays of write-ups of women's clubs, with personal notes — weekly 
letters from Southern resorts in the winter, and a complete resort department during the summer. Society 
photographs are a special feature, Sunday and dally. 

BUREAU OF ACCURACY AND FAIR PLAY. 

The World's Bureau of Accuracy and Fair Play completed the seventh year of its existence in July. Its 
primary pmpose, as declared at the outset, is to promote accuracy and fair play In the columns of The 
World, to correct carelessness, and to stamp out fakes and fakers. All Complaints Involving these questions. 
Including libel actions, are turned over to this bureau and carefully inquired Into and, If they are found 
to be well-gro\mded, corrections are mo.de. A record is kept of each case investigated, with a card index 
of those responsible for articles complained of. Faking and chronic carelessness are punished by dismissal. 
In practice the idea has worked out well. Members of The World staff, and its correspondents every- 
where, have, with very few exceptions, worked in harmony with the bureau. The World's example has 
been followed by many other newspapers throughout the country. 

Administered In tlio spirit of fair play the bureau has created good will and confidence often even when 
complaints had in the beginning been resentful. When damage has resulted from erroneous publications, 
and the person injured has suown a willingness to arbitrate in good faith and upon a reasonable basis, settle- 
ments have been made wltliout recourse to the courts. The Rev. Dr. Daniel Bliss characterized the opera- 
tions of The World's bureau as "the Golden Rule applied to journalism." 

The bureau has made a practice of opposing attacks and complaints that have no merit. In the early 
stages of its operation it learned that there arc lawyers in New York who make a specialty of stirring up 
libel litigation," and who seemingly are not adverse to representing criminals and otherwise disreputable 
characters who sometimes bring suits on false and perjured complaints. A card index covering a period 
of more than twenty years reveals the names of lawyers who have made a practice of stirring up libel litiga- 
tion, and whenever attempts are made to recover damages in these cases The World has spared neither 
trouble nor expense in fighting to the last ditch. As a result some lawyers have been disbarred or suspended 
from practice, and several notoriously crooked litigants have been sent to prison. For the investigation 
of complaints the bureau iias an abnormally long reach. It may call upon World correspondents in any 
and every corner of the civilized world for information and assistance. The telegraph, the cable, and" the 
wireless are at its disposal. It has sent its trained investigators throughout the United States from Maine 
to California, toCanada, Mexico, and South America, and to Great Britain and all the principal countries 
of Europe. As a result of the bureau'8 activities there has been a steady decrease In libel suits. 



m llostal information. 

(Revised from the United States Official Postal Guide.) 

FOREIGN MAILS. 

- Rates on letters to Canada and the other British Colonies, and to Great Britain an-i Ireland, two 
cents an ounce or fraction thereof. 

The above rates apply to letters to England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales; the Bahamas, the Barbadoea 
British Guiana, British Honduras, Cuba, the Dominican Republic, the Dutch West Indies, the Leeward 
Islands, Mexico, Newfoundland, Trinidad {including Tobago), New Zealand, Republic of Panama, and the 
Windward Islands (including Grenada, St. Vincent, the Grenadines and St. Lucia). 

Rates on letters to all other countries — live cents for the first ounce, and three cents for each additional 
ounce or fraction. 

Rates on postal cards to all countries (except Canada, Cuba, Mexico, and Panama), one cent to each^ 
two cents each; on return or reply cards, four cents each. 

Rates on printed matter of all kinds (includin^newspapers) — one cent for each two ounces or iraction. 

Newspapers and periodical publications of the second class to Canada, Cuba. Mexico or Panama — 1 
cent for each lour ounces or fraction thereof. 

Rates on commercial papers (including legal and insurance, deeds, bills of lading, invoices, manuscript 
for publication, etc.) — five cents for the first ten ounces or less, and one cent for each additional two 
ounces or fraction. 

Rates on samples of merchandise — two cents for the first four ounces or less, and one cent for each 
additional two ounces or fraction. 

Registration fee, In addition to postage, ten cents. Letters r.nd postals may be despatched even If 
no -postage whatever Is prepaid. 

International parcel post rates from the United States — twelve cents a pound or fraction thereof. This 
service covers practically all parts of the world. To many countries packages must pay, in addition, a 
"transit rate" to carry them through Intermediate countries. For amount of these rates, apply to the Post- 
master. 

Letters and Postal Cards must be despatched to Canada and Mexico if prepaid one full rate of 
postage and to Cuba and Panama whether prepaid or not. Other articles for Cuba and Panama must be 
prepaid at lea.'?t in part and for Canada and Mexico in full. 

Packages Must Not Be Sealed — Articles other than letters in their usual and ordinary form are 
excluded from the mails for Canada, Cuba, Mexico and Panama unless they are so wrapped that their 
contents can be easily examined by postmasters and customa-.ofilcers. Any, article Inclosed in an envelope 
as the word "envelope" is generally used, without regard to its size. Is considered to be "in the usual and 
ordinary form" of a letter. But unsealed packages may contain, in sealed receptacles, articles which cannot 
be safely transmitted in unsealed receptacles; provided, the contents of the closed receptaele.s are plainly 
visible or are precisely stated on the covers, of the closed receptacles and that the package is so wrapped 
that the outer cover can be easily opened. / 



DOMESTIC MAIL MATTER. 

Includes mall addressed for local delivery, or for transmission from one place to another within the 
United States, or to or from or between the possessions of the United States, and that for transmission 
to or from the United States or Its possessions and to officers or members of crews of United States naval 
vessels, to or from the United States postal agency at Shanghai, China, and to officers and men of the United 
States Navy in the United States Naval Hospital at Yokohama, Japan. The domestic rates apply to all 
these places. 

Rates on letters (other than drop letters) — two cents an ounce or fraction thereof. 

Drop Letters — Two cents an ounce or fraction thereof when mailed at letter carrier Post Offices, includ- 
ing oflices where village delivery service by carrier has been established or at offices wliich are not letter 
carrier offices If rural free delivery has been established and the persons addressed are served by rural carrier; 
and 1 cent for each ounce or fraction tliereof when mailed at offices where letter carrier service is not estab- 
lisiied, or- at offices where tlie patrons are not served by rural carriers. There is no drop rate on mall other 
than letters. When any persons or concerns of any city or place send their letters in l)ulk for mailing for 
local delivery at a Post Office in another place where the 1 cent drop letter rate is applicable, such letters 
are not drop letters and are not entitled to the 1 cent drop letter rate, but are subject to postage at the rate 
Of 2 cents an ounce or fraction thereof. 

Letters mailed at a post office for delivery to natrons thereof by star-route carrier and those deposited 
in boxes along a star or rural route are subject to postage at tiie rate of 2 cents an ounce or fraction threrof. 

Aeroplane Mall, consisting of first class matter, 'ncludlng sealed packages not exceeding 30 inches 
In length and girth combined. Is chargeable with postage at the rate of 2 cents for each ounce or fraction 
thereof. Special aeroplane stamps are not required, but any stamps good for postage may be used. 

The Limit of Weight of Ih'st class matter is the same as for fourth class matter. 

REGULATIONS REGARDING, MAILS TO AND FROM AMERICAN FORGES IN GERMANY. 

The Post Office Department authorizes the following: 

All mail matter originating in the United States or any of its possessions for transmission to soldiers 
and others, including civilians connected with the United States Army of Occupation in Germany, and 
all mail originating with those forces for transmission to the United States or its possessions. Is subject 
to the United States domestic classification, conditions and rates of postage. United States postage stamps 
only are valid lor tlie prepayment of postage on matter above described, provided that the stamps In use 
in tlie Canal Zone and the Philippines arc valid for the prepayment of postage on such matter as originates 
in those possessions. 

Mail Intended for members of the American forces in Germany should bear the name and address of the 
sender In the upper loft corner and be addressed in the following manner: (1) Name of addresses, including 
his rank, first name in full, and initials, if any: (2) official desi:;nalion of the unit or organization to which 
addressee belongs; and (3) the words "American Forces in Germany, Coblenz, Germany." 

In order to prevent delay in despatch and secure prompt delivery of mail addressed to such forces it 
is Important that the postage be fully prepaid. 

Parcels must not exceed 25 pounds in weight. 

Letters of soldiers, sailors and marines may be sent thrdUgh the mails without prepayment of 
postage, provided they bear in the upper left corner oi the envelope the name of the soldier, sailor or marine, 
together with the designation of the service to wliich he belongs. 

Any article of mail may be specially delivered on an extra payment of ten cents. 

SECOND-CLASS MATTER— NO LIMIT TO WEIGHT. RATES TO THE PUBLIC. 
Newspapers and periodicals unsealed, 1 cent each 4 ounces or fraction. Incomplete copies, 1 cent 
for each 2 ounces. 



Postal Information — Continued. 23 

Zones applicable to fourth-class matter applicable to advertising portions of second-class matter mailed 
by publisher or news agent. 

For the purpose of determining the rate of postage publishers are required, with the first mailing of 
each Issue, to file with the Postmaster a copy of such issue together with a statement of such information 
as may be prescribed by the Postmaster-Geueral. 

Where the total weight of any one edition or issue of any publication mailed to any one zone docs not 
exceed one pound the rate of postage shall be one cent. 

The zone rates provided by this law relate to the entire bulk mailed to any one zone and not to Indi- 
vidually addressed packages. ^ 
.s Certain non-profit publications are not subject to zone rates on advertising portious. 

Where a newspaper or periodical is mailed by other than the publisher or his agent or a news agent 
or dealer, the rate shall be the same as to the genera! public. 

THIRD-CLASS (PRINTED) MATTER RATE.S— LIMIT OF WEIGHT, FOUR POUNDS. 

On each individually addressed piece or package, 1 cent for each 2 ounces or fraction thereof. 

Packages of 4 pounds or less, containing third and fourth-class matter, are chargeable at the higher 
rate. If the package exceeds 4 pounds and contains parcel post and miscellaueous printed matter, the 
rate is as fourth-class matter. 

FOURTH-CLASS MATTER RATES. 

(Domestic Parcel Post.) 

Must be fully prepaid— unsealed. 

(a) Parcels weighing 4 ounces or less, except books, seeds, plants, etc., 1 cent lor each ounce or fraction 
thereof, any distance. 

(6) Parcels weighing 8 ounces or less, containing books, seeds, cuttings, bulbs, roots, scions, and plants, 
1 cent for each 2 ounces or fraction thereof, regardless of distance. 

(c) Parcels weighing more than 8 ounces, containing books, seeds, plants, etc., parcels of miscellaneous 
printed matter weighing more than 4 pounds, and all other parcels of fourth-class matter weighing more 
than 4 ounces are chargeable, according to distance or zone, at the pound rates shown in the table below, 
except as provided in paragraph (d), a fraction of a pound being computed as a full pound. 

(d) Parcels subject to the pound rates, mailed for delivery within the first or second zone, 

are, wlieu the distance by the shortest regular mail route from the office of origin to tlie office of delivery 
is 300 miles or more, chargeable at the rate of 6 cents for the first pound and 2 cents for each additional 
poimd, a fraction of a pound being computed as a full pound. 

(e) Alaska, Hawaiian and Philippine Islands, etc. — The eighth zone rate of 12 cents for each 
pound or fraction thereof on all parcels weighing more than 4 ounces (except books, seeds, cuttings, bulbs, 
roots, scions, and plants, weighing 8 ounces or less) applies (1) between the United States and the Hawaiian 
Islands; (2) between the United States and its postal agency at Shanghai, China; (3) between any two 
points in Alaska and between any point in Alaska and any other point in the United States; (4) between 
the United States and the Canal Zone; (o) between the United States and the Philippine Islands; (6; to, 
from, or between Guam, Tutuila, and Manua and other islands of the Samoan group east of longitude 171° 
west of Greenwich, and the United States and its other possessions; (7) between the United States and its 
naval vessels stationed in foreign waters; (8) between the United States and the American forces in 
Germany. 

(/) Canada, Cuba, Mexico, and Republic of Panama — Twelve cents for each pound or fraction 
thereof also applies to fourth-clas.5 matter, including seeds, cuttings, bulbs, roots, scions, and plants (but 
excepting books and other printed matter on which the rate is I cent for each 2 ounces or fraction thereof 
In all cases), weighing more than 4 ounces and not exceeding 4 pounds (5 ounces, when mailed to Canada, 
Mexico, Cuba, and the Republic of Panama. (Parcels weighing up to 20 pounds may be sent to Mexict 
and the Republic of Panama as foreign parcel post mail under the parcel post conventions with thosf 
countries.) 

The special delivery fee is 10 cents in addition to the regular postage. ' ~ 

The limit of weight of fourth-class matter is 70 pounds for parcels mailed for delivery within the 
first, second, and third zones, and 50 pounds for all other zones. 

Limit of size — Parcel post matter may not exceed 84 inches in length and girth combined. In meas- 
uring a parcel the greatest distance in a straight line between the ends (but not around the parcel) is taken 
as its length, while the distance around the parcel at its thickest part is taken as its girth. For example, 
a parcel 35 inches long, 10 inches wide, and 5 inches high measures 65 inches in length and girth combined. 

Rate of postage on gold coin, gold bullion, and gold dust offered for mailing betweeu any two points 
in Alaska, or between any point in Alaska, and any point in the United States or its possessions, 2 cents 
an ounce or fraction thereof, regardless of distance. Such gold coin, gold bullion, or gold dust must be 
in sealed package not over 11 pounds in weight and must be sent by registered mail. 

Packages of merchandise that weigh over 4 ounces and not over 4 poimds 6 ounces, may be sent to 
Canada, Cuba, Mexico, and the Republic of Panama, at the eighth zone rate of postage (12 tents for each 
pound or fraction thereof). Parcels for Cuba, Mexico, and the Republic of Panama must be accompanied 
by customs declarations regardless of their weight. Packages of merchandise weighing not more tiian 4 
ounces may be mailed, at the postage rate of 1 cent for each ounce or fraction of an oudc», to Canada, 
Cuba, Mexico, and the Republic of Panama. Customs declarations are required on such parcels of merchan- 
dise of 4 ounces or less to Mexico and the Republic of Panama. Packages of merchandise cannot be Insured 
or sent C. O. D., but may be registered for Canada, Cuba, Mexico and the Republic of Panama. Mailable 
merchandise for Mexico and the Republic of Panama, at the option of the sender, may also be sent by 
International parcel post if It conforms to the requirements. 

A war stamp tax of 1 cent for each postage charge of 25 cents, or fractional part ol 25 cents, must be 
paid on parcel post or fourth-class matter on which the postage amounts to not less than 25 cents. Special 
Internal Revenue stamps must be used. They are for sale by Postmasters. 

NOTE-The war stamp tax does not apply to parcels sent to (1) United States forces In Germany, 
(2) Porto Rico, (3) Philippine Islands, (4) Cana;! Zone, (5) Virgin Islands of the United States, 
(6) Guam, Tutuila and Manua and other islands of the Samoan group belonging to the United States, (7) 
United States Naval vessels, (8) Parcels addressed to foreign countries, (9) Parcels sent by officers or 
employees of the United States, or of any State, Territory, or the District of Columbia or political sub- 
division thereof, in the discharge of Governmental functions, provided they bear in the upper left corner 
of the address side of the wrapper or label the official designation or name, together with the address of 
the department, office, or offlcerjjy whom sent, as evidence of their being transmitted In the discharge of 
the Governmental functions of the United States, or of a State or political subdivision thereof, and con- 
sequently exempt from the war stamp tax, and (10) parcels of merchandise mailed by the American Red 
Cross to be used excUisively in connection with war work for the benefit of the United States. 



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Postal Information — Continued. 



PARCEL POST ZONE RATES — (Domestic Mail Matter.) 



Weight in 
Pounds. 


Local. 


1 


SO. 05 


2 


.06 


3 


.06 


4 


.07 


5 


.07 


6 


.08 


7 


.08 


8 


.09 


9 


.09 


10 


.10 


11 


.10 


12 


.11 


13 


.U 


J4 


.12 


15 


.12 


16 


.13 


17 


.13 


18 


.14 


19 


.14 


20 


.15 


21 


.15 


22 


.16 


23 


.16 


24 


.17 


25 


.17 


26 


.18 


27 


.18 


28 


.19 


29 


.19 


30 


.20 


31 


.20 


32 


.21 


33 


.21 


34 


.22 


35 


.22 


35 


.23 


37 


.23 


38 


.24 


39 


.24 


40 


.25 


41 


.25 


42 


.26 


43 


.26 


44 


.27 


45 


.27 


t6 


.28 


47 


.28 


48 


.29 


ts 


.29 


50 


.30 


51 


.30 


52 


.31 


53 


.31 


64 


.32 


55 


.32 


56 


.33 


57 


.33 


58 


.34 


59 


.34 


60 


.Sr, 


61 


.35 


62 


.30 


63 


.36 


64 


.37 


<io 


.37 


68 . , 


.38 


67 


.38 


68 


.39 


69 


.39 


70 


.40 



gist Zone. 

Up to 50 

Miles. 



SO. 05 
.06 
.07 
.08 
.09 
.10 
.11 
.12 
.13 
.14 
.15 
.16 
.17 
.18 
.19 
.20 
.21 
.22 
.23 
.24 
.25 
.26 
.27 
.28 
.29 
.30 
.31 
.32 
.33 
.34 
.35 
.36 
.37 
''.38 
.39 
.40 
.41 
.42 
.43 
.44 
.45 
.46 
.47 
.48 
.49 
.50 
.51 
.52 
.53 
.54 
.55 
.56 
.57 
.58 
.59 
.60 
.61 
.62 
.63 
.64 
.65 
.66 
.87 
.68 
.69 
.70 
.71 
.72 
.73 
.74 



2d Zone. 
50 to 150 

Miles. 



SO. 05 
.06 
.07 
.08 
.09 
.10 
.11 
.12 
.13 
.14 
.15 
.16 
.17 
.18 
.19 
.20 
.21 
.22 
.23 
.24 
.25 
.26 
.27 
.28 
.29 
.30 
.31 
.32 
.33 
.34 
.35 
.36 
.37 
.38 
.39 
.40 
.41 
.42 
.43 
.44 
.45 
.46 
.47 
.48 
.49 
.50 
.51 
.52 
.53 
.54 
.55 
.56 
.57 
.68 
.50 
.60 
.61 
.62 
.63 
.64 
.65 
.66 
.67 
.68 
. .69 
.70 
.71 
.72 
.73 
.74 



3d Zone. 
150 to 300 

Miles. 



SO. 06 
.08 
.10 
.12 
.14 
.16 
.18 
.20 
.22 
.24 
.26 
.28 
.30 
.32 
.34 
.36 
.38 
.40 
.42 
.44 
.46 
.48 
.50 
.52 
.54 
.56 
.58 
.60 
.62 
.64 
.66 
.68 
.70 
.72 
.74 
.76 
.78 
.80 
.82 
.84 
.86 
.88 
.90 
.92 
.94 
.96 
.98 
1.00 
1.02 
1.04 
1.06 
1.08 



10. 
12 
14 
10 



1.18 

1. 

1. 

1. 

1, 

1. 

1. 



20 

22 

24 

26 

28 

30 

1.32 

1,34 

1.36 

1.38 

1.40 

1.42 

1 .44 



4th Zone. 

300 to 600 

Miles. 



50.07 

.11 

.15 

.19 

.23 

.27 

.31 

.35 

.39 

.43 

.47 

.51 

.55 

.59 

.63 

.67 

.71 

.75 

.79 

.83 

.87 

.91 

.95 

.99 

1.03 

1.07 

1.11 

1.15 

1.19 

1.23 

1.27 

1.31 

1.35 

1.39 

1.43 

1.47 

1.51 

. 1.55 

1.59 

1.63 

1.67 

1.71 

1.75 

1.79 

1.83 

1.87 

1.91 

1.95 

1.99 

2.03 



5tli Zone. 

600 to 
1,000 Mis 



SO. 08 
.14 
.20 

.32 

.38 

.44 

.50 

.56 

.62 

.68 

.74 

.80 

.86 

.92 

.98 

1.04 

1.10 

1.16 

1.22 

1.28 

1.34 

1.40 

.46 

.52 



58 
64 
70 
76 



1.82 
1.88 
1.94 
2.00 
2.06 
2.12 
2.18 
2.24 
2.30 
2.36 
2.42 
2.48 
2.54 
2.60 
2.66 
2.72 
2.78 
2.84 
2.90 
2.96 
3.02 



6th Zone 

1,000 to 

1,400 Mis 



50.09 

.17 

.25 

.33 

.41 

.49 

.57 

.65 

.73 

.81 

.89 

.97 

1.05 

1.13 

1.21 

1.29 

1.37 

1.45 

1.53 

1.61 

1.69 

1.77 

1.85 

1.93 

2.01 

2.09 

2.17 

2.25 

2.33 

2.41 

2.49 

2.57 

2.65 

2.73 

2.81 



89 
97 
05 
13 
21 
29 
37 
45 



3.53 
3.61 
3.69 
3.77 
3.85 
3.93 
4.01 



7th Zone. 

1,400 to 

1,800 Mis 



SO. 11 
.21 
.31 
.41 
.51 
.61 
.71 
.81 
.91 
1.01 
1.11 
1.21 
1.31 
1.41 
1.51 
1.61 
1.71 
1.81 
1.91 
2.01 
2.11 
2.21 
2.31 
2.41 
2.51 
2,61 
2.71 
2.81 
2.91 
3.01 
3.11 
3.21 
3.31 
3.41 
3.51 
3.61 
3.71 
3,81 
3.91 
4.01 
4.11 
4.21 
4.31 
4.41 
4.61 
4.61 
4.71 
4.81 
4.91 
5.01 



8th Zone. 

Over 
1,800 Ml8. 



$0.12 
.24 
.36 
.48 
.60 
.72 
.84 
.96 



08 
20 
1.32 
1.44 
1.56 
1.08 
1.80 
1.92 
2.04 
2.16 
2.28 
2.40 
2.52 
2.64 
2.76 
2.88 



00 
12 
24 
36 
48 
60 
72 
84 



3.96 
4.08 
4.20 
4.32 
4.44 
4.56 
4.68 
4.80 
4.92 
5.04 
6.16 
5.28 
6.40 
5.62 
5.64 
5.76 
6.88 
6.00 



Consular invoices for Cuba — Regardless of the fact that It is necessary to attach a customs declara- 
tion to each paoltase of merchandise for Cuba, the customs regulations of that country require that the 
senders of merchandise must present at the proper Cuban consular offlce for certification a consular invoice 
covering the merchandise. If the merchandise represents a value of S5 or more. Invoices mailed at United 
States Post OfBces, whero no Cuban consular offlce is located, are excepted from this requirement. The 
consular Invoice may either accompany the package or be sent under separate cover. 

Return postage — Packages of merchandise originally prepaid at the rate of 12 Cents a pound and 
returned as undeliverable from Mexico and Panama are subject to a return charge equal to the amount 
of postage originally prepaid. This charge does not apply to pacltages of merchandise weighing 4 ounces 
or less and originally prepaid at the rate of 1 cent an ounce or fraction of an ounce. 

Registered mall — The fee is 10 cents over the regular postage. Articles admissible — Any mailable, 
article, except unsealed fourth-class matter (parcel post) for domestic destinations, may be registered 
Domestic parcels containing foiu'th-class matter may also be registered if scaled, and the usual fee and postage 
at the flrst-class rate are paid. 



Postal Information— Continued. 25 



INSURED AND C. O. D. MAIL. 

Fourth-class domestic mall (parcel post) may be insured against loss, rifling, or damage In an amount) 
equivalent to its actual value or the cost of repairs, but not to exceed $5 upon payment of a fee of threa 
cents, $25 upon payment of five cents, S50 upon payment of ten cents, or $100 UDon payment of twenty-flva 
cents, in addition to the postage, but indemnity will not be allowed for the loss of such mail addressed tS 
the Philippine Islands, unless the loss occurred In the postal service of the United States. Such mail may 
be sent C. O. D. between domestic money-order offlces upon payment of a fee of ten cents iu stamps affixed 
to the parcel when the amount to be remitted does not exceed S50, and upon payment of a twenty -five-cent 
fee in stamps when the amount to be remitted does not exceed SIOO. ParceLs cannot be sent C O D to 
the Philippine Islands or foreign countries. C. O. D. parcels are automatioally insured, by the payment 
of the C. O. D. fee, for their value up to 850 and SIOO, respectively, according to the fee paid. 

Money Orders — The maximum is SIOO, but there is no limit to tlie number that can be issued in one 
day to the same remitter. The fees for domestic orders are: S2.50 or less, 3 cents: 32.51 to S5 00, 5 cents: 
$5.01 to SIO.OO, 8 cents; SlO.Ol to S20,00, 10 cents; S20.01 to 830.00, 12 cents; S30.01 to S40,00, 15 cents- 
S40.01 to S50.00, 18 cents; S50.01 to 860.00, 20 cents; S60.01 to .S75.00, 25 cents; 875.01 to SIOO.OO, 30 ceuts. 
International money orders cost 10 cents for SIO.OO or less, and 10 cents extra on each additional 810 00 
up to SIOO for SIOO 00. Domestic money orders are payable within 30 days at anv United States Post 
Office (continental); after that, only at the office designated. In the United States insular possessions, 
colonies of Great Britain, etc, the orders are payable only at the office drawn upon. 

Unmallable Matter — Includes not only all legitimate matter not conforming to the rules as to legibility 
of address, size of pacitage or certificates of inspection, but also game, etc., killed out of season; poisons 
explosive or inflammable articles, or bad smelling; all spirituous and malt liqi|ors; all liquor advertisements 
to or from prohibition localities; indecent matter, written or otherwise; dunning postals and lottery, endless 
chain and fraud matter. In addition, sealed mail to a, foreign country, except it be obviously letters, cannot 
be sent, nor can publications in violation of the copyright laws of the country of destination. 

Postal Savings — The limit of an individual deposit has been increased from S1,000 to S2.500. No 
sum of less than SI will be accepted for a-deposit. Interest is allowed at the rate of 2 per cent. An account 
"-<(iv be opened and deposits made by any person of the age of 10 years or over, in his or her own name, 
^ ' i;y a married woman in her own name and free from any control or interference by her husband. 
J^*^ „ '•« wli! be accepted only from Individuals. No account will be opened In the name of any corporation, 
ueposi, ,,_ socjejv. firm, or partnership, in the name of any person as an officer of a corporation, association, 
''^onJ.t'p'v iu til's uadie of any person as a member of a firm or partnership, or In the name of two or more 
nVia io'lrtly i^o aCfJ.ount will be opened in the name of one person in trust for or on behalf of another 
S-?!>^'^^ar°"r!S. A peraou .may open a postal savings account at any depository past office, but no person 
befsou or j. "*-- nmu Have rnOrtJ thauione postal savings account either at the same office or at different 
may at the saum .. - '•'-nms'jifcJ^?*'^'^ ^^ purchasing lO-eent postal savings stamps. A postal sav- 

offlces. Amount^lesa than ^^ "^^^^Hvcd '^'^'^ oostal savings stamps affixed will be accepted as a deposit 

ings careSi which is furniKhed free of cobt, . ** Jarr , - oxlsting account, or it may be redeemed in cash. 
of 81 either in opening an account or in addjpg \0 au «._ — '" --"'■ ^i^-o them in exchange for 

Postal savuigs stamps are not valid for pOfJtage, and pOstaanwrn wm u«v o--- — .^ — .i- - -u_,.ns.-»»' 
postage stamps, nor give postage .Htamps in eiCchangQ tor postal savings .stamps. DCPOBIIS' are eviasneea 
by postal savings certificates lijsued-ln fixed dfiilomlP.ations of SI, 2. S5, 310. S20, .S50, SIOO, 5200 and $500. 
each bearing the name of the depositor, themuiR^er of his account, the date of issue, the name of the de- 
pository office, and the date on which interfest begins. Postal savings certlflcatea are not transferable 
or negotiable. A depositor may exchange the whole or any part of his deposits for registered or coupon 
United States postal savings bonds, issued in denominations of 820, SIOO, and S600, bearing IntereOT 
at the rate of iVi per cent, per annum, payable semi-annually, redeemable at the pleasure of the Unitea 
States after one year from date of issue, and payable 20 years from such date. Both prlncipaJoand Interest 
Is payable In United States gold coin. The bonds are tax-free. The exchange may be made as of January 
I and July 1 of each year. . </ 

Prisoner's Mall — A letter addressed to a person imprisoned to await trial, upon Indictment, or pending 
Indictment, should be delivered in accordance vrlth the order of the person addressed. In the absence ol 
an order the mail may be delivered to the sheriff or officer having charge of the prisoner. 

Husband or Wife — Neither husband nor wife can control the delivery of mail addre&sed to the cth-^r- 
against the wishes of the one to whom it is addressed. In the absence of Instructions to the contrary the 
wife's letters will be delivered with the husband's mail unless they be known to live separately. 

Minors — The delivery of mail addressed to a minor is subject to the orders of the parent or guardian. 

Officials — Mail addressed to a public official, or to an officer of a corporation, by his title, will be deliv- 
ered to the person actually holding the office designated in the address. i 

Advertised Mall — The addressee is required to identify it and pay a fee of 1 cent. 

Delivery to Sender — When the sender of a letter desires to recall it his application must be aubmitted 
to the postmaster at the office of mailing. 

Registered and fourth-class matter are not mailable at mail cars. 

Prepayment of Postage on domestic matter at time of mailing, by stamps affixed, is required. BV 
special permission, however, postage may be paid in money on matter of the first, second, third, !,d<1 fourtlJ 
classes when mailed in quantities. Postmasters are not required to affix stamps to mail. '-Viaen si-'-mpa 
are so affixed to mail that one overlies another, concealing part of its surface, the stamp thus cov( red 18 
not taken into account in prepayment. 

What First-Class Matter Consists of— It embraces written matter, namely: Leltei-s, postal cariJs 
post cards (private mailing cards), and all matter wliolly or partly in writing, whether sealed or unsealedi 
except manuscript copy accompanying proof-sheets or corrected proof-sheets of the same and the writing 
authorized by law to be placed upon matter of other classes. Matter sealed or otherwise closed against 
Inspection is also of tiie first class. Note — Typewriting and carbon and letter-press copies thereof are 
the equivalent of handwriting *nd are classed as such in all cases. 

List of Articles Included In Flrst-Class Matter — Assessment notices (printed) with amount due 
written therein; albums (autograph) containing written matter: blank books with written entries; bank 
checks filled out in writing, either canceled or uncanceled; legal and other blank printed forms signed 
officially ; blank forms, filled out in writing: cards or letters (printed) bearing a written date, where the date 
is not the date of the card, but gives information as to when the sender will call, or deliver something other- 
wise referred to, or is the date when something will occur or is acltnowledged to have been received; cai^ds 
(printed) which by having a signature attached are converted into personal communications, such as 
receipts, orders for articles furnished by addressee, etc.; cards (visiting) bearing written name — exqept 
single cards enclosed with third or fourth-class matter, and bearing the name of the sender; certificates, 
checks, diplomas, receipts, etc., filled out in writing; communications eutirely in print — with exception of 
name of sender — sent in identical terms by many persons to the same address; copy (manuscript or type- 
written) unaccompanied with proof-sheets thereof; folders made of stiff paper, the entire inner surface ol 
which cannot be examined except at risk of breaking the seal, and those having many folds or pages, requir- 
ing the use of an Instrument to examine the inner surfaces: hand or typewritten matter and letter-press or 
manifold (carbon) copies, Imitations or reproductions of hand or typewritten matter not mailed at the poit 



SS6 Postal Information — Continued. 

office window or other depository designated by the postmaster in a minimum number of twenty Identical 
copies; letters (old or remalled) sent singly or in bullc; price-lists (printed) containing written figures changing 
Individual items; receipts (printed) with written signatures; sealed matter of any class, or matter so wrapped 
as not to be easily examined, except original packages of'proprletary articles of merchandise put up as pre- 
scribed, and seeds and other articles that may be inclosed in sealed, transparent envelopes, stenographic 
shorthand notes; typewritten matter, original letter-press and manifold copies thereof; unsealed written 
communications. 

WHAT SECOND-CLASS MATTER CONSISTS OF. 

Second-clasa matter consists of newspapers and periodicals bearing notice of the entry aa such. On 
the wrapper, or the matter itself, there may be written or printed: (1) The name and address of the 
Bender, preceded by the word "from;" (2) the name and address of the person to whom sent and date 
subscription ends; (3) the words "sample copy," or "mariied copy," or both, as the case may be. On the 
matter Itself the sender may place all that is permitted on the wrapper; correct typographical errors in the 
text; designate by marl^s, not by words, a word or passage in the text to which it is desired to call attention. 
Other writing will subject the package to the first-class rate. 

Periodicals Not Desired — Such as are not wanted should be refused by those to whom addressed and 
not removed from the Post Office, or they may be returned to the Postmaster, Indorsed "refused." The 
Post Office Department does not determine as to the liability of a subscriber for the price of a periodical. 
A subscriber sliould give a publisher prompt notice of a change in address. 

JV^HAT THIRD-CLASS MATTER CONSISTS OF. 

Third-class matter embraces circulars, newspapers, and periodicals not admitted to the second-class 
nor embraced in the term "book," miscellaneo\i3 printed matter on paper not having the nature of an 
actual personal correspondence, proof-sheets, conected proof-sheets and manuscript copy accompanying 
the same, and matter in point print or raised characters used by the blind. Books are included in fourth 
class or parcel-post mail, as also is miscellaneous printed matter weighing more than four pounds. Note — 
Matter printed on material other than paper Is fourth-class. A circular is a printed letter sent in identic?,^ 
terms to several persons. It may bear a written, typewritten or hand-stamped date, name and adci-.cs8 
of person addressed and of the sender, and corrections of mere typographical errors. Whten a name '.except 
that of the addressee or sender), date (other than that of the c rcul.ir), or anything else is h.and',fritten or 
typewritten in the body of a circular for any other reason than to correct a genuine fypogr^-pfilcal error 
the circular is subject to postage at the first-class (letter) rate, whether sealed or unsealed. Reproductions 
or imitations of handwriting and typewriting obtained by means of the printing press, neostyle. muitieranh, 
or similar mechanical process will be treated as third-class matter, prov'^jed they are mttiJeS at the nost 
office or other depository designated by the postmaster in a minimum riumber i^* ■ w-r-nty Identical unsealed 
copies. If mailed elsewhere or in less Quantity, they will bo SUbjest to the first-class rate. Letters "and 
reading matter for the blind are transmissible in the Si^ins Ulidcr certain conditions at special rates, which 
aay be ascertained from the postmaster. Parct-is of printed matter weighing more than four pounds which 
do not exceed the limit of weight ana size for fourih-class matter, come within that class and are mailable 
at the parcel post rates. 

List of Articles Included In Thlrd-Class Matter — Address tags and labels mainly In print; adver- 
tisements printed on blotting paper; architectural designs (printed) ; assessment notices, wholly In print; 
blank notes and other printed blanks or forms, mainly in print; blind, indented, or perforated sheets ol 
paper containing characters which can be read by the blind, except such as are entitled to free transmission; 
blue prints; calendar pads mainly in print; calendars, printed on paper: cards, printed with perforations 
lor carrying coin; cards, Christmas, Easter, etc., printed on paper; circulars; clippings (press) with name 
and date of'paper stamped or written in; correspondence of the blind; coupons, printed; engravings and 
wood cuts prmted on paper; insurance applications and other blank forms mainly in print; labels and tags 
mainly in print; legal blanks and forms of Insurance applications, mainly in print; lithographs; maps printed 
upon paper, with the necessary mountings; newspaper "headings," or clippings with name and date of 
paper stampeS or written in; notes, blank, mainly in print; order blanks and report forms, mainly in print — 
a single order blank, mainly in print, may be inclosed with fourth-class matter mailed at the rates for that 
■_iCJ'.S3; photographs, printed on paper; plans and architectural designs, printed; postage stamps, canceled 
or uncanceled; postal cards, bearing printed advertisements, mailed in bulk; post cards, bearing on the 
message side illustrations or other printed matter, mailed in bulk; price lists, wholly in print; printed blank 
notes, printed calendars, labels, plans and architectural designs; printed matter having samples of merchan- 
dise attached covering less than 20 per cent, of the space; proof-sheets, printed, with or without manuscript; 
reproductions or imitations of hand or typewriting, wiien mailed under the conditions prescribed; sheet 
music; tags and labels, printed; valentines, printed on paper; visiting cards, printed; wood cuts and engrav- 
ings (prints). 

WHAT FOURTH-CLASS MATTER (DOMESTIC PARCEL POST) CONSISTS OF. 

List of Articles Included in Fourth-Class Matter — Albums, photograph and autograph, blank; 
artificial flowers; bees, when packed as prescribed; bill heads; blank address tags and labels; blank books, 
blank books with printed headings, blank cards or paper, blank diaries, and blank post and postal cards: 
blotting paper, blank; books; botanical specimens; bulbs; calendar pads, mainly blank; calendars or other 
matter printed on celluloid; card coin-holders, not printed; cards, blank; cards, printed playing, of ail kinds; 
catalogues (in the form of books); celluloid, printed or unprinted; check books; Christmas and Easter cards 
printed on other material than paper; coin; combination calendar and memorandum pads, mainly blank; 
crayon pictures; cut flowers; cuts, wood or metal; dissected maps and pictures; drawings, framed or 
unframed; dried fruit; Easter cards, when printed on other material than paper; electrotype plates; engrav- 
ings, when framed; envelopes, printed or unprinted, except when addressed and inclosed singly with third- 
class matter; flowers, cut or artificial; forms, order, legal, etc., mainly blank; framed engravings, pictures 
and other printed matter; game; geological specimens; grain; letter-heads; maps, printed on cloih; meat 
and food products; merchandise samples; memorandum books; merchandise, sealed proprietary articles, 
put up and labeled In printing as prescribed; metals and minerals; napkins, paper or cloth, printed or 
unprinted; oil paintings, framed or unframed; order blanks and report forms, mainly blank (spaces covered 
by rnled lines being regarded as blank), are fourth-class matter; however, one copy may be Inclosed with 
tlilrd-class matter mailed at the rate for that class; paper bags and wrapping paper, printed or unprinted: 
patent medicines; patterns, printed or unprinted; pen or pencil drawings; photograph albums; photographic 
negatives and kodak films; plants and plant products; postal and post cards, mainly blank; printed matter, 
miscellaneous, when mailed in parcels weighing more than four pounds; printed matter having samples 
of merchandise permanently attached covering 20 per cent, or more of the space; printed matter on other 
material than paper; roots; rulers; wooden or metal, including those bearing printed advertisements; samples 
of cloth; samples of flour or other manufactured grain; scions; sealed packages of proprietary articles of 
merchandise put up and labeled In printing as prescribed; seeds, soap, soap wrappers, complete (printed 
coupons cut from such wrappers are third-clasg- matter) ; stationery; tags, blank; tape measures; tintypes; 
tobacco; Valentines printed on material other than paper; wall paper, water color painting; wrapping paper, 
printed or unprinted. 

Fourth-class or parcel post matter must bear the name and address of the sender. 



Astrondffiical — EraSy Seasons, Fasts, Etc. 



m 



Astronomical Calculations tov 1921. 

THE Astronomical calculatioua are given in local Mean Time, except as otherwise Indicated, anfl wera 
made expressly for this work by Arthur Newton. 



Chronological Eras. 

The year 1921 corresponds to the year 7429-30 of the Byzantine era: 5681-82 of the Jewish era, the 
year 5082 commencing at sunset October 2; 2674 since the foundation of Rome, according to Varro; 2697 
of the Olympiads, or tlie avst year of the 675th Olympiad, ooramimcing July 1; 2581 of the Japanese era, 
and to tho tenth year of the period entitled Taisho; 1339-40 of the Mohammedan era, the year 1340 begin- 
ning at sunset September 3. The 146th year of the Independence of the United States of America begins 
ou July 4, 1921. 



Chronological Cycles. 



Dominical Letier B 

Epact 21 



Lunar Cycle (Golden Number} . 3 ] Roman ludlctloa 4 

Solar Cycle 26 I JuUau Period 6634 



Name. 

Grecian Mundane Era 

Civil Era of Constantinople 

Alexandrian Era 

Julian Period 

Mundane Era 

Jewish Mundane Era 

Era of Abraham 

Era of the Olympiads 

Roman Era (A. U. C.) 

Era of Metonlc Cycle 



Date of Beginning of Epochs, Eras, and Periods 

Began, 



B. c. 5598, Sept. 1 

... •• 5508, Sept. 1 

. . •• 5502, Aug. 29 

" 4713, Jaa. 1 

•• 4008, Oct. 1 

" 3761, Oct. 1 

... " 2015, Oct. 1 

... " 776, July 1 

•• 7.53, April 24 

" 432, July 15 



A'amc. 
Grecian or Syro-Macedonian Era. .i 

Era of Maccabees 

Tyrlan Era ' 

Sidonian Era 

Julian Era 

Spanish Era 

Augustan Era 

Christian Era A 

Destruction of Jerusalem 

Mohammedan Era 



Began. 

C. 312, Sept. 1 
166, Nov. 24 



125. Oct. 
110. Oct. 

45, Jan. 

38, Jan. 

27. Feb. 
1, Jan. 

69, Sept. 1 
622, July 16 



19 
1 
1 
1 

14 
1 



Th3E ANCIENT AND MODER!^ YEAR. 

The Athenians began the year in June, the Macedonians in September, the Romans first In March 
and afterward in January, the Persians on August 11, the ancient Mexicans on February 23, the Moham- 
medans in July. The Chinese year, which begins late in January or early in February, is similar to the Mo- 
hammedan in having 12 months of 29 and 30 days alternately; but in every nineteen years there are seveii 
years which have 13 months. This is not quite correct, and the Chinese have therefore formed a, cycle ol 
60 years. In which period 22 intercalary months occur. 



The Seasons. 



D. 

Spring begins March 20 

Summer begins June 21 

Autumnal Equino.x, Autumn begins September 23 
Winter So.fstlce, Winter begins December 22 



Vernal Equinox, 
Summer Solstice 



H. 


M 


10 


51 P. M. 


6 


30 P. M. 


» 


20 A. .M. 


4 


S A. M. 



Easiern Standard Time (Old). 



Morning Stars. 



Mercuky — January 1 to January 16; March 2 to 
May 10: July 8 to August 23: October 31 to De- 
cember 27. 

Venus — April 22 to end of year. 

Mars — June 29 to end of year. 

JUPiTF.R — January 1 to March 4; Septorabor 22 to 
end of year. 

Saturn — January 1 to March 12; September 21 to 
end of year. 



Evening Stars. 



Mercury — January 16 to March 2; May 10 to 
July 8; August 23 to October 31; December 27 to 
end of year. 

Venus — January 1 to April 22. 

MarS; — January 1 to June 29. 

Jupiter — March 4 to September 23, 

Saturn — March 12 to September ji 



CHURCH FASTS. 

The Roman Catholic days of obligation are: Jan. 1 (Circumcision of Christ) ; Ascension Day (forty days 
after Easter Sunday); Aug. 15 (Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary): Nov. 1 (All Saints' Day): Dec. 8 
(Immaculate Conception) ; Dec. 25 (Christmas) . and all the Sundays of the year. 

The Roman Catholic Days of fasting are the forty days of Lent, the Ember Days, tho Fridays of 
the four weeks In Advent, and certain vigils or evenings prior to the greater feasts, while all Fridays ol 
the year are days of abstinence from Qesh meat. In the American Episcopal Church the days of fasting 
or abstinence to bo observed, according to the Book of Common Prayer, are the forty days of Lent, the 
Ember Days, tlie three Rogation Days, and all the Fridays of the year except Christmas Day. In the 
Greek Church the four principal fasts are those in Lent, the week succeeding Whitsimtide, the fortnight 
before the Assupiptlon, and forty days before Christmas. 



EMBER AND ROCATtON DAYS. 

Ember and Rogation Days are certain periods of the year devoted to prayer and fasting. Embep 
Days (twelve annually), about the beginning of the four seasons; are the Wednesday, Friday, and Sat* 
urday after the first Sunday in Lent, In Spring; after th'i feast of Pentecost (Whit Sunday), Summer; aft^r 
the festival of the Holy Cross, Autumn, and after the festival of St. Lucia, Winter. Ember Weeks are 
the weeks In which the Ember Days appear. , - , 

Rogation Days occur on the Feast of St. Mark, April 25, and on the three days Immediately; preceding 
Ascension Day. 



28 



Astronoviical- -Eyiscoyal Church Memo. 



January. 
Saturday. 

11. Sua. aft. Christmas.- 
Epiphany. 
1. Sun. after Epiphany. 

16 11. " " „ '' 

23 Septuagesima Sunday. 
Sexageslma Sunday. 

February. 
Tuesday. 
Purification. 
Qulnquagesima Sun. 
Ash Wednesday. 
Sunday in Lent. 



1 
2 
6 
9 



30 



Church Memoranda for 1921. 

April. I 



13 1. 

20 11. 

27 lii. 

March. 
1 Tuesday. ' 
3 Thurs. (Ml-Careme.) 
6 Iv. Sunday In Lent. 
13 V. 

20 Palm Sunday. 
25 Good Friday. 

(Annunciation.) 
27 Easter Sunday. 



1 Friday. . ^ , 

3 1. Sunday aft. Eastei. I 

10 ii. " ". '' 

17 ill. 

23 St. George. ", 

24 iv. Sunday aft. Easter. 

May. 

1 Rogation Sunday. 

5 Ascension Day. 

8 1. Sun. aft. Ascension 

5 Pentecost (Whit. Sun.) 
22 Trinity Sunday. 
26 Corpus Christi. . 
29 I.Sunday after Trmlty. 

June. 

1 Wednesday. 
5 11. Sunday aft. Trinity 
12 111. ■ 

19 iv. 

24 St. John the Baptist. 

20 V. Sunday aft. Trinity 
29 SS. Peter and Paul. 



July. 

I Friday. , , 

3 vl. Sun. aft. Trinity. 

10 vil. 

17 vlll. " 

24 Ix. 

31 X. 

August. 

1 Monday. 

6 Transfiguration. , 

7 \i. Sun. aft. Trinity 

14 xii. " 

15 Assumption. 

21 xiii. Sun. aft. Trinity 

28 xlv. 

September. 

1 Thursday. ^ , ,. 
4 XV. Suu. aft. Trinity 

II xvi. 

18 xvii. " 

25 xviil. ' 

29 Michaelmas. 



October. 

1 Saturday. „ . ,, 

2 xix. Sun. aft. Trinity. 
9 XX. 

16 xxi. •' 

18 St. Luke (Evangelist.) 
23 xxli. Sun. aft. Trinity. 
30 xxlil. ' 

Noveviber. 

1 Tuesday — All Saints. 

6 xxiv. Sun. aft. Trinity. 
13 XXV. " " '■ 

20 xxvl. " ''_, 
27 1. Sunday In Advent. 
30 St. Andrew. 

December. 

1 Thursday. , . ^ 

4 il. Sunday In Advent. 

11 111. " ;; ;; 

18 iv. " .^ 

25 Sun. — Christmas Day. 
27 St. John (Evangelist ) 



Ritualistic Calendar. 



COLORS FOE THE ALTAR IN USE I 

White — From the First Service (First Vespers) 



V RiTimmTir Episcopal Churches tn thb United States. 
vst'vesuevWot ChrS^'^Day to the Octave of Epiphany, Incuslve 



wntte — iTom mo rnsi. c^civicc v.inj'j' ' ''•^.t'^'.?',,"' ;T;v,'T,vrr"thp'rp\phration') • from the First Service of 



St. Michael, St. Luke, All Saints, 



Easter Day to the Vigil of Pentecost (except on -^ - ^ Rnntidt 

Conversion of St. Paul. Purification, Annunciation, E''-- Jo"'', ^^P"?"f.~Ai/.n?iAnnf' Church) 

Days); Holy innocents (If on a Sunday), and Feasts o* al' f^f-"^'";. AHvpnt snndav to Christmas Eve; 



"ij^acfc— Good Friday and at tuu fcrais. Green- 

DATES"OF MOVABLE EPISCOPAL FEASTS. 



Days, Etc. 



Golden Number 

Sunday Letter 

Sundays after Epiphany 

Septuagesima 



Ash Wednesday 

First Sunday in Lent 

Passion Sunday 

Palm Sunday 

Good Friday 



1917. 1 1918. 



18 
G 

4 
Feb. 

4 

Feb. 

21 

Feb. 

25 

Map. 

25 
April. 

1 
April . 

6 
April . 

8 
May. 

13 
May. 

17 
May. 

27 

June. 

3 

25 

Dec. 

First Sunday in Advent ^ 2 



Easter Day 

Rogation Sunday. 



Ascension Day. 
Whitsunday. . . 



Trinity Sunday 

Sundays after Trinity. 



19 

F 

2 

Jan. 

27 
Feb. 

13 
Feb. 

17 
Mar. 

17 
Mar. 

24 
Mar. 

29 
Mar. 

31 
May. 

5 
May. 

9 
May. 

19 
May. 

26 

26 

Dec. 
1 



1919. 



1920. 



1 

E 

5 

Feb, 

16^ 

Mar. 

5 
Mar. 

9 
April. 

6 
April . 

13 
April . 

18 
April . 

20 
May. 

25 
May. 

29 
June. 

8 

June. 

15 

23 

Nov. 

30 



2 
DC 

3 
Feb. 

1 
Feb. 

18 

Feb. 

22 

Mar. 

21 
Mar. 

28 
April. 

2 
April . 

4 
May. 

9 
May. 

13 
May. 

23 
May. 
30 
25 
Nov. 
28 



1921. 



3 
B 

2 

Jan. 

23 

Feb. 

9 
Feb. 

13 
Mar. 

13 
Mar. 

20 
Mar. 

25 
Mar. 

27 
May. 

1 
May. 

5 
May. 

15 
May. 
22 
20 
Nov. 
27 



1922. 



4 

A 

5 

Feb. 

12 
Mar. 

1 
Mar. 

5 
April. 

2 
April . 

9 
April. 

14 
April. 

16 
May. 

21 
May. 

25 
June. 

4 

June. 

11 

24 

Dec. 

3 



1923. 



5 

G 

3 

Jan. 

28 
Feb. 

14 
Feb. 

18 
Mar. 

18 
Mar. 

25 
Mar. 

30 
April. 

1 
May. 

6 
May. 

10 
May. 

20 
May. 

24 

2ek 

Dec. 
2 



1924. 



6 

FE 

5 

Feb. 

17 
Mar. 

5 
Mar. 

9 
April. 

6 
April. 

13 
April. 

18 
April. 

20 
May. 

25 
May. 

29 
June. 

8 

June. 

15 

23 

Nov. 

30 



1925. 



7 
D 

4 
Feb. 

8 

Feb. 

25 

Mar. 

1 
Mar. 

29 
April. 

5 
April. 

10 
April . 

12 
May. 

May. 

21 
May. 

31 

June. 

7 

24 
Nov. 

29 



1920. 



8 

C 

3 

Jan. 
31 

Feb. 

17 
Feb. 

21 

Mar. 

21 
Mar. 

28 
April . 

April. 

4 
May. 

9 
May. 

13 
May. 

23 
May., 

30^ 

25 
Nov. 

28 



JEWISH HOLIDAYS FESTIVALS AMD FASTS. 



Festivals and Fasts. IHebrow Date. 

Tlshrl 1 

Tislirl 3 

Tlshrl 10 

Tlshrl 15 

Tlshrl 22 

Tlshrl 23 

Kialev 25 

Tebet 10 

Adar 14 
Adar Shenl 14 

Nisan 15 

NIsan 21 

Nisan 22 

Sivan 6 
Tammuz 17 

Ab 9 



New Year 

Fast of Gedaliah 

Day of Atonement 

Tabernacles, Isi Day. 
Tabernacles, 8th Day . 
Rejoicing of the Law.. 

Hannukah 

Fast of Tebet 

Purim 

Purira (Leap Year) . . . 
Passover, 1st Day. . . . 
Passover, 7th Day. . . 
Passover, Last Day 

Feast of weeks 

Fast of Tammuz. . . . 
Fast of Ab* 



1917-18. 



Sept. 17, M, 
Sept. 19, W. 
Sept. 26, W. 
Oct. 1, M. 
Oct. 8, M. 
Oct. 9, T. 
Dec. 10, M. 
Dec. 25, T. 
Feb. 26, T. 



1918-19. 



1919-20. 



Mar. 28, Th 
Apr. >. 3, W. 
Apr. *'4, T. 
May 17, F. 
June 27, TU 
July 18, Th 



Sep.t. 7, St. 
Sept. 9, M. 
Sept. 16, M. 
Sept. 21, St. 
Sept. 28, St. 
Sept. 29, S. 
Nov. 29, F. 
Dec. 13, F. 



Sept. 25, Th, 
Sept. 27, St. 



Mar. 10, S. 
Apr. 15, T. 
Apr. 21, M. 
Apr. 22, T. 
June 4, W. 
July 15. T. 
Aug. 5, T. 



Oct 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Dec. 

Jan. 

Mar. 



4. St. 
9, Th. 

16, Th. 

17, F. 
17, W. 

1, Th. 
4, Th. 



3, St. 

9, F. 
10, St. 
M"ay 23, St. 
July 3, St. 
July 24, St. 



Apr. 
Apr. 
Apr. 



1920-21. 



Sept. 13, M. 
Sept. 15, AV. 
Sept. 22, W. 
Sept. 27, M. 
Oct. 4, M. 
Oct. 5, T. 
Dec. 6, M. 
Dec. 21, T. 



Mar. 24, Th. 
Apr. 23, St. 
Apr. 29, F. 
Apr. 30, St. 
June 12, S. 
July 23, St. 
Aug. 13, St. 



1921-22. 



Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Dec. 
Jan. 
Mar, 



3, M. 

5. W. 
12, W. 
17, M. 

24, M. 

25, T. 

26, M. 
10, T. 
14, T. 



Apr. 
Apr. 
Apr. 
June 
July 
Aug. 



13, Th. 

19. W. 

20, Th. 

2, F. 
13, Th. 

3, Th. 



Astronomical — Greek and Moham. Church Dates — Time. 



Greek Church Calendar, 1921. 

A. D. 1921. A.M. 8030 



New 
Style. 



Jan. 14 
Jan. 19 
Feb. IS 

Mar. 14 
Apr. 7 
Apr. 
Apr. 
May 
May 
Juno 
June 19 
June 20 



24 

29 

1 

G 

9 



Holy Days. 



Circumcision 

Theophany (Epiphany) . . 
Hypapante (Purification) . 

Great Lent begins 

Annunciation 

Palm Svniday 

Great Friday 

Holy Pasch (Easter) 

St. George 

Ascension 

Pentecost 

Holy Ghost 



Old 


New 


Style. 


Style 


Jan. 1 


July 12 


Jan. 6 


Aug. 19 


Feb. 2 


Aug. 28 


Mar. 1 


Sept. 12 


Mar. 25 


Sept. 21 


Apr. 11 


Sept. 27 


Apr. 16 


Qct. 14 


Apr. 18 


Nov. 28 


Apr. 23 


Dec. 4 


May 27 


Dec. 22 


June 6 


1922 


June 7 


Jan. 7 



Holy Days. 



Peter a:nd Paul (Chlel Apoatle.s) . 

Transfiguration 

Repose of Theotokos 

*St. Alexander Nevsky 

Nativity ol Theotoko.^ 

Exaltation of Cross 

Patronage of Theof okos 

First Day Fast of Thootoko3 . . . 

Entrance of 'lUeotokos 

Conception of Theotokos 



Nativity (Christmas) Dec. 25 



Old 



June 29 
Aug. a 
Aug. 1 
Aug. 3i 
Sept 
Sept. 14 
Oct. 1 
Nov. 15 
Nov. 21 
Dec. 9 



* Peculiar to Ru.ssia. 





Moh 


animedan 


Calendar, 1921. 




Year. 


Name of Mon til. 


Month Begins. 


Yeas. 

1339. . 
1339.. 
1340. . 
1340.. 
1340. . 
1340. . 


N.-ime of Month 


iMoath Bt ;ina 


1339. . 




Jan. 11, 1921 
Feb. 10, 1921 
Mar. 11, 1921 
Apr. 10, 1921 

May 9, 1921 
June 8, 1921 


Dulkiiada 

Dulhcggia 

Muharram (New Year) 

Saphar 

Rabla I 

Rabiall 

Jomadl I 


Julv 7, 1921 


1339 




Aug. 6, 1921 


1339 


Rajab 


;-;opt. 4, 1921 


1339 


Shaaban 


Oct. 4, 1921 


1339.. 


Ramadan (Month olAb.sti-. 
Hence) 


Nov. 2, 1921 
Dec. 2, 1921 


1339.. 


Shawall. 


Dec. 31. 1921 



DIVISIONS OF TIMS. 



The interval between two consecutive meridian 
transits of a fixed star having no proper motion, or 
the interval during which the earth makes one abso- 
lute revolution on Its axis, is invariable. Very 
slightly differing from this is a Sidereal Day, which 
Is tlie interval between two consecutive transits of 
the Vern.al Equinox over any meridian. Vernal 
Equinox is employed in two senses: it may mean 
either the date when Spring commences, or else, as 
here, the point in the heavens occupied by the sun'a 
centre when Spring commences. The interval be- 
tween two consecutive transits of the Sun over any 
meridian is called an Apparent Solar Day, and its 
length varies from day to day by reason of the vari- 
able motion of the earth In its orbit and the inclina- 
tion of this orbit to the equator on which time is 
measured. 

A Meari Solar Day is the average or mean of all 
the apparent solar days in a year; it is equal to 1 day 
3 minutes and 56.555 seconds, when measured in 
units of the Sidereal Day. Mean Solar Time is that 
shown by a well-regulated clock or watch, while 
Apparent Solar Time is that shown by a well-cou- 
Btructed sun-dial; the difference between the two at 
any. time Is the Equation of Time, and may amount 
to 10 minutes and 22 seconds. The Astronomical 
Day begins at noon and the Civil Day at the pre- 
ceding midnight. 

The interval during which the earth makes one 
absolute revolution round the Sun is called a Sidereal 
Year, and consists of 3G5 days 6 hours 9 minutes and 
9.6 seconds, which is invariable. 

The Tropical Year is the interval between two 
consecutive returns of the Sun to the Vernal Equinox. 
If this were a fixed point, the Sidereal and Tropical 
Years would be identical; but in consequence of the 
action of the Sun and Moon upon tue equatorial 
protuberance of the Earth's mass and, in a much less 
degree, the disturbing influence of the planets upon 
the Earth's orbit, the Equinox has a slow, retro- 
grade mean motion of 50".26 annually, so tliat 
the Sun returns to the Equinox sooner every 
year than he otherwise would by 20 miiiutes 23.6 
seconds; the Tropical Year, therefore, consists of 



365 days 5 hours 48 minutes and 40 .ssconda. The 
Tropical Year is not of uniform i?ngth; ft Is 
now slowly decreasing at the rate of .."JSO second per 
century, but this variation will not nhvays continue. 

Julius Caesar, in b. c. 45, reformed the Roman 
calendar by ordering that every ye.ir whose date 
number is exactly divisible by 4 cor.tain 366 days, 
and all the other j'eara 365 days. The Intercalary 
day was introduced by counting the sixth day before 
the Kalends of March tuicc. hence the name bis- 
sextile, from bis. twice, and sex. six. He also changed 
the beginning of the year from the first of M-areh to the 
first of January, and also changed the name of the 
fifth month (Quintllis) to July, after himself. The 
average length of the Julian yr^ar is therefore 365 M 
days, which, however, is too long by 11 minutes and 
14 seconds, and this would acoumulate In 400 ^■eal'f 
to about three days. The Julian Calendar continued 
in use until a. d. 1582, when the Gregorian Calendar 
was introduced by Pope Gregory XIII. with the 
view of keeping the Equinox to the same day of the 
year. Of the centurial years only those which 
are exactly divisible by 400 thenceforward con- 
tained 366 days. The lenqtti of the mean Gre.eorian 
Y'ear may therefore be set down at 365 days 5 hoiirs 
49 minutes 12 seconds, and the error will amount to 
one day in 3,000 years. The Gregorian Calendar 
was introduced into Englaiid and her colonies in 
17.52, at whicli time the Equinox had retrograded 
11 days since the Counc 1 of Nice in a. d. 325, when 
the rule for Easter Day was established and th4 
Equinox occurred on March 21; hen';e September 3} 
1752, was called September 14, and at the same 
time the commencement of the legal year was changed 
from March 25 to January I, so that t'ne year 1751 
lost the months of January and Fcbruar.v and the 
first 24 day.s of March. The difference between the 
Julian and Gregorian C'.lcndara Is now 13 days. 

The Gregorian Calendar was adopted by Japan 
in 1873, by the Cliinese Republic in 1912, by the 
Turkish Parliament in 1917, by the Bolshevist Gov- 
ernment of Riissla in 1918, and by Roumauia in 
1919. Bulgaria, Serbia, Greece and the Greek 
Church still use the Julian Calendar. 



THE FRENCH REVOLUTIONARY ERA. 

In September, 1793. the convisntlon decreed that the common era should be aboli.shed In aii civil affairs, 
and that the new French era should begin on Seotember 22, 1792, the day of the true autumnal equinox, 
and that each succeeding year should begin at the" midnight of the day on vvhicii the true autumnal equinox 
Jails. The year was divided into twelve mouths of tliirty days each. In ordinary years there were five 
extra days, from the 17th to the 21st of our September, and at the end of every fourth year was a sixth 
complimentary day. This reckoning was first used on November 22, 1793, and was continued until Decern* 
ber 31, 1805. when it was discontinued, and the Gregorian Calendar wa.s reaumed. 



80 



Astronomical — Time Differences. 



STANDARD TIME. 

The United States adopted standard time in 1883, on tlie initiative of the American Railway Asso- 
ciation, and at noon of November IS. 1883, the telegraphic time signals sent oat daily from the Naval 
Observatory at Waahiiigton were changed to the new system, according to which the meridians of 75°, 
fl0°, 105° and 120° west from Greenwich became the time meridians of Eastern, Central, Mountain, and 
Pacific standard time rcsoectively. 

By Act of Congress, approved March 19, 1918, standard time Is made the legal time throughout the 
United States; In addition to the four time meridians already mentioned, the meridian 150° west from Green- 
wich is established the time meridian of standard Alaslca time; authority to readjust the boundary line between 
the time zones is lodged with tlie Interstate Commerce Commis.sion. Tlie Commission has made the read- 
justment so as to bring the new limits of the zones about half way betsveen the standard meridians. Since 
Jan. 1. 1919, U. S. standard Eastern lime is used from the Atlantic Ocean to a line through Toledo and Co- 
lumbus, O.; Huntington, W.Va.; Norton, Va.; Jphnson City, Tenn.; Aslieville, N.C.; Atlanta and Macon, Ga., 
and Apalachicola, Fla. U. S. standard central time is used from this first line to a line through Mandan, N. 
Dak.; Pierre, S. Dak.; McCook, Neb.; Dodge City, Kan.; Sweetwater and San Angelo, Texas. U. S. standard 
mountain time is used from the second line to a line through Helena and Butte, Mon.; Pocateilo, Idaho; 
Ogden and Salt Lake City, Utah; Parlcer and Yuma, Ariz. U. S. standard Pacific time is used from the 
third line to tlie Pacific Ocean. 

Almost all countries throughout the world use standard time based on the meridians 15° apart from 
Greenwich, while some use standard time based on the longitude of their national observatories. 



TIME DIFFERENCE. 

12 O'CLOCK Noon U. S. Standard Eastern Time Compared With Clocks in Foreign Cities: 





8.00 P.M. 

7.00 P.M. 

5.20 P.M 

7.00 P.M. 

6.00 P M. 

6.00 P.M. 
12.03 P.M. 
10.30 P.M. 

6.00 P.M. 

5.00 P.M. 


Dublin 


4.35 P.M 
6.00 P.M. 

11.31 A.M. 

5.00 P.M. 

1 00 A.M.* 

6.30 A.M. 
12.00 NOON 
4.24 P.M. 
5.00 P.M. 
5.00 P.M. 
5.00 P.M. 

1.00 A.M.* 


Melbourne 


3.00 A.M.* 




Hamburg 


Me.xico City 


10.24 A.M. 




Havana 


Natal 


7.00 P.M. 




Havre 


Paris 


5.00 P.M. 


BerUn 


Hongkong 


Petrograd 

Rio de Janeiro 

Rome 


7.01 P.M. 


Bern€ 


Honolulu 


2.00 P.M. 


Bogota ... . ... 


Lima 


6 00 P M. 


Bombay 


Lisbon 

Liverpool 


Santiago (Chile) 

Sitka, Alaska 

Stockholm 


12.00 NOON 
7.00 A.M. 




London 


6.00 P.M. 


Constantinople 


7 00 P.M. 
6.00 P.M. 


Madrid 

Manila 


Vienna 


6.00 P.M. 


Copenhagen. 


Yok )hama 


2.00 A.M.* 



♦ At places inarKed '>' the time noted is in the mornin.i of tlie following day. 

Twelve o'Clock Noon United States Standard "Eastern Time as Compared With the C^-ocks in 

THE Following Cities of the United States: 



Atlanta, Ga 


11.00 A.M. 


Atlantic City, N. J 

Baltimore, Md 

Blrmingliam, Ala 

!Boston, Mass 


12.00 Noon 
12.00 Noon 
11.00 a.m. 
12 00 Noon 


Buffalo, N.Y 

ChariestoB, S. C 

Chicago, III 


12.09 Noon 
12.00 Noon 

11.00 A.M. 


Cincinnati, O 


ll.OOjV.M. 


Cleveland O 


12 00 Noon 


Dallas, Tex 

Den ver. Col 


11.00 A.M. 

IO.OOa.m. 



Detroit, Mich 

El Paso, Tex 

Galveston, Tex 

Indianapolis, Ind 

Kansas City, Mo 

Los Angeles, Calif.. . 

Louisville, Ky 

Memphis, Tenn 

Milwaukee, Wig 

Minneapolis, Minn. . 

Nashville, Tenn 

New Orleans, La. . . . 



.00 Noon 


] 


.00 A.M. 


( 


.00 A.M. 




.00 A.M. 




.00 A.M. 




.00 A.M. 


J 


.00 A.M. 


i 


.00 A.M. 


c 


.00 A.M. 




.00 A.M. 




.00 A.M. 




.00 A.M. 





Norfolk. Va 

Omaha, Neb 

Philadelphia, Pa 

Pittsburgh, Pa 

Richmond. Va 

Salt Lake City, Utah.. 
San Francisco. Calif. . . 

Savannah. Ga 

Seattle, Wash 

St. Louis, Mo 

Topeka, Kans 

Wnshington, D. C 



.00 Noon 

,00 A.M. 

00 Noon 
00 Noon 
00 Noon 

00 A.M. 
00 A.M. 

00 Noon 

,00 A.M. 
,00 A.M. 
CO A.M. 

,00 Noon 



United States Standard Eastern Time is time of the meridian 75° west from Greenwich. If Summer 
time be desired one hour must be added to the time given In the two tables above. Summer time, or Day- 
light saving time, is still in use throughout Europe; also. In some American cities and commonwealths. 

LONGITUDE DIFFERENCE. 

The Difference in Longitude Between New York City and the Following Foreign Cities; Mea- 
sured From New York East or West as Indicated: 



Aden 


H. 
7 
G 
5 
6 
5 
5 

9 
5 
5 
6 
5 


M. 

56 E. 
55 E. 
16 E. 
31 E. 
49 E. 
26 E. 
1 W. 
47 E. 
31 E. 
13 E. 
52 E. 
46 E. 


Dublin 


H. 

4 


Alexandria 


Hamburg 


|> 


Amsterdam 


Havana 




Athens 


Havre ; . 


4 


Berlin 


Honekone 


^?, 


Berne ; .... 


Honolulu 


5 


Bogota. ..... 


Lima 




Bombay 


Lisbon 


4 


Bremen 

Brussels 


Liverpool 

London 


4 
4 


Constantinople 

Copenhagen 


Madrid 


4 


Manila . 


13 



M 




31 


K. 


36 


E. 


33 VV.II 


56 


K. 


33 


K. 


36 W. 


13 W. 


20 


K. 


44 


E. 


56 


E. 


41 


E. 





E. 



Melbourne 

Mexico City . . . . 

Natal 

Paris 

Petrograd 

PJode Janeiro. . . 

Rome 

Santiago (Chile) . 
Sitlca, Alaska. . . 

Stockholm. 

Vienna 

Yokohoraa 



M. 

36 E. 
40 W. 

E. 



E. 
E, 
E. 



6 
57 

3 

46 E, 
13 E. 

5 W. 

8 E. 

1 E. 
1-4 E. 



. Tee Difference in Long 
States 



itude Betwekn New York City and the Following Cities of the' United 
Measured E.vst or Weut From New York as Indigated: 





H. M. 


Atlanta, Ga 


42 W. 


AtlanticCity, N. J 


2 W. 


Baltimore Md 


10 W. 


Birmingham, Aia 


52 W. 


Boston, Mass 


12 E. 


Buffalo, N.Y 


20 W. 


Charteston>S. C . . . 


2 1 W. 


Chicago. Ill 


55 W. 


Cincinnati, O 


42 W. 


Cleveland, O 


SOW. 


Dallas, Tex 


1 31 W. 


Denver, Colo 


2 4W. 



Detroit, Mich 

El Paso, Tex 

Galveston, Tex. . . . 
Indianapolis, .Ind. . . 
Kansas City, Mo. , . 
Los Angeles, Calif. . 

Louisville,' Ky 

Memphis. Tenn. . . . 
Milwaulcoe, Wis. . . . 
Minneapoiifi, Minn. 
Nashville, Tenn.. . . 
New Orleans. La. . . 





33 W. 


2 


10 W. 




23 W. 




43 W. 




22 W. 




57 W. 




47 W. 




4 W. 




53 ^V. 




17 W. 




51 ^v■. 




4W. 



Norfolk, Va 

Omai'a, Neb 

Philadelphia, Pa 

Pittsburgh, Pa 

ilichraond, Va 

Salt Lake City, Utah. . 
San Francisco, Calif. . . 

Savannali, Ga 

Seattle, Wtish 

St. Louis, Mo 

lopeka, Kans 

Washington, D. C 



H, 



M. 

9 W. 
28 W. 

5 W. 
24 W. 
14 W. 
32 W. 
14 W. 
28 W. 
13 W. 

5 W. 
27 W. 
12 W. 



Astronomical — Length of Day, Etc. 



31 



DAYS' LENGTHS AT NEW YORK CITY. 

Tlie table shows the length ol each day through the year In the latitude of the MetroDOlis. 



Days. 


Jan. 


Feb. 


March 


April 


May 


June 


July 


Aug. 


Sept. 


Oct. 


Nov. 


Dec. 




H. M. 


H. M. 


H. M. 


H. M. 


H. M. 


H. M. 


H. M. 


H. 11. 


H, M. 


H. M. 


H. M. 


H. M. 


1 


9.18 


10.06 


11.15 


12.39 


13.56 


14.53 


15.03 


14.21 


13.07 


1 1 . 48 


10.28 


9.29 


2.... 


9.19 


10.08 


11.18 


12.42 


13.58 


14.54 


15.03 


14.19 


13.05 


11.45 


10.25 


9.28 


3.... 


9.20 


10.10 


11.21 


12.45 


14.00 


14.56 


15.02 


14.16 


13.02 


11.42 


10.23 


9.27 


4.... 


9.21 


10.13 


11.23 


12.47 


14.03 


14.57 


15.01 


14.14 


13.00 


11.40 


10.21 


9.26 


5... 


9.22 


10.15 


11.26 


12.50 


14.05 


14.58 


15.00 


14.12 


12.57 


11.37 


10.18 


9.24 


6.... 


9.23 


10.17 


11.29 


12.53 


li.07 


14.59 


15.00 


14.10 


12.54 


11,34 


10.16 


9.23 


7.. 


9 24 


10.20 


11.31 


12.55 


14.10 


15.00 


14.59 


14.08 


12.52 


11.32 


10.14 


9.22 


8. .. 


9.25 


10.22 


11.34 


12.58 


14.12 


15.00 


14.58 


14.06 


12.49 


11.20 


10.11 


9.21 


9... 


9.26 


10.24 


11.37 


13.01 


14.14 


15.01 


14.57 


14 04 


12.46 


1 1 . 26 


10.09 


9.20 


10.. . 


9.27 


10.27 


11.40 


13.03 


14.16 


15.02 


14.50 


14.01 


12.44 


11.24 


10.07 


9.20 


11.... 


9.28 


10.29 


11.42 


13.08 


14.18 


15.03 


14.55 


13.59 


12.41 


11.21 


10.05 


9.19 


12.... 


9.30 


10.32 


11.45- 


13 09 


14.20 


15.03 


14.54 


13.57 


12.38 


11.18 


10.03 


9.18 


13. .. 


9.31 


10.34 


11.48 


13.11 


14.22 


15.04 


14.52 


13 .54 


12.30 


11.10 


10.00 


9.18 


14.... 


9.33 


10.37 


11.50 


13.14 


14.24 


15.01: 


14.51 


13.52 


12.33 


11.13 


9.58 


9.17 


15.... 


9.. 34 


10.39 


11.53 


13.16 


14.26 


15.05 


14.50 


13.50 


12.30 


11.11 


9.56 


9.17 


16.... 


9 36 


10.41 


11.56 


13.19 


14.28 


15.05 


14.48 


13.47 


12.28 


11.08 


9.54 


9.16 


17.... 


9.37 


10.44 


11.59 


13.21 


14.30 


15.05 


14.47 


13.45 


12.25 


11.05 


9.52 


9.16 


18.... 


9.39 


10.47 


12.01 


13.24 


14.32 


15.06 


14.45 


13.43 


12.22 


11.03 


9.50 


9.15 


19.... 


9.40 


10.49 


12.04 


13.27 


14.34 


15.06 


14.44 


13.40 


12.20 


11.00 


9.49 


9.15 


20.... 


9.42 


10.52 


12.07 


13.29 


14.35 


15. OS 


14.42 


)3.3S 


12.17 


10 . 58 


9.47 


9.15 


21.... 


9.44 


10.54 


12.09 


13.32 


14.37 


15.05 


14.41 


13.35 


12.14 


10.55 


9.45 


9.15 


22.... 


9.40 


10.57 


12.12 


13.34 


14.39 


15.05 


14.39 


13.33 


12.12 


10.52 


9.43 


9.15 


23.... 


9.48 


11.00 


12.15 


13 37 


14.40 


15.06 


14.37 


13.30 


12.09 


10.50 


9.42 


9.15 


24.... 


9.50 


11.02 


12.18 


13.39 


14.42 


15.05 


14.36 


13.28 


12.06 


10.47 


9.40 


9.15 


25.... 


9.52 


1 1 . 05 


12.20 


13.42 


14.44 


15.06 


14.34 


13.25 


12.04 


10 . 45 


9.38 


9.15 


26.... 


9.54 


11.07 


12.23 


13.44 


14.45 


15.05 


14.32 


13.23 


12.01 


10.42 


9.36 


9.16 


27.... 


9.55 


11.10 


12 . 26 


13.46 


14.47 


15.05 


14.30 


13.20 


11.58 


10.40 


9.34 


9.16 


28.... 


9.57 


11.13 


12.28 


13.49 


14.48 


15.05 


14.28 


13.18 


11.56 


10.37 


9.33 


9.16 


29.... 


10.00 




12.31 


13.51 


14.49 


15.04 


14.26 


13.15 


11.53 


10.35 


9.32 


9.17 


30.... 


10.02 




12 34 


)3.54 


14.51 


15.04 


14.25 


13.13 


11.50 


10.32 


9.30 


9.17 


31.... 


10.04 




12.37 




14.52 




14.23 


13.10 




10.30 




9.18 



TABLE OF DAY LENGTHS IN LATITUDE OF NEW HAVEN. CONN. 



DAY.S. 


Jan. 


Feb. 


March 


April 


May 


June 


July 


Aug. 


Sept. 


Oct. 


Nov. 


Dec. 




H. M. 


H. M. 


H. M. 


H. M. 


H. M. 


H. M. 


H. M. 


H. M. 


H. M. 


H. M. 


H. M. 


H. M. 


1... . 


9.14 


10.04 


11.16 


12.42 


14.00 


14.58 


15.07 


14.22 


13.06 


11.45 


10.23 


9.23 




9.16 


10.06 


11.19 


12.45 


14.04 


15.00 


15»06 


14.20 


13.03 


11.42 


10.20 


o.az 


3... . 


9.16 


10.09 


11.22 


12.48 


14.06 


15.01 


15.05 


14.18 


13.00 


11,40 


10.18 


9.21 


4.... 


9.18 


10.12 


11.24 


12.50 


14.08 


15.02 


15.04 


14.16 


12.58 


11,37 


10.16 


9.20 


5.... 


9.18 


10.14 


11.27 


12.53 


14.10 


15.03 


16.04 


14.14 


12.56 


11,34 


10.13 


y.i9 


6.... 


9.20 


10.16 


11.30 


12.56 


14.12 


15.04 


15.03 


14.12 


12.54 


11,31 


10.10 


9.r 


7.... 


9.20 


10.19 


11.33 


12.59 


14.14 


15.05 


15.02 


14.09 


12.51 


11.28 


10.08 


9. 


8 


9.22 


10.22 


11.36 


13.02 


14.16 


15.06 


15.01 


14.06 


12.48 


11.26 


10,06 


9 


9.... 


9.23 


10.24 


11.38 


13.04 


14.18 


15.06 


15.00 


14.04 


12.44 


11.23 


10,04 


o 


10.... 


9.24 


10.26 


11.41 


13.07 


14.20 


15.07 


.14.59 


14.02 


12.42 


11.20 


10.02 


9.14 


11.... 


9.26 


10.28 


11.44 


13.10 


14.23 


15.08 


14.58 


14.00 


12.40 


11.18 


10.00 


0.13 


12.... 


9.27 


10.31 


11.46 


13.12 


14.26 


15.08 


14.57 


13.58 


12.37 


11.15 


9.68 


9.12 


13... 


9.28 


10.34 


11.49 


13.15 


14.28 


15.08 


14.55 


13.55 


12.34 


11.12 


9.66 


9.12 


14.... 


9.30 


10.36 


11.52 


13.18 


14.30 


15.08 


14.54 


13.52 


12.32 


11.10 


9.54 


9.12 


15.... 


9.32 


10.38 


11.55 


13.20 


14.32 


15.09 


14.53 


13.50 


12.29 


11.07 


9.52 


9.12 


16.... 


9.33 


10.41 


11.58 


13.23 


14.34 


15.10 


14.51 


13.48 


12.26 


11.04 


9.50 


9.12 


17.... 


9.34 


10.44 


12.00 


13.26 


14.36 


15.10 


14.50 


13.46 


12.24 


11.02 


9.48 


9.11 


18.... 


9.36 


10.46 


12.03 


13.28 


14.37 


15.10 


14.48 


13.43 


12.21 


10.59 


9.46 


9.10 


19.... 


9.38 


10.49 


12.06 


13.30 


14.38 


15.10 


14.46 


13.40 


12.18 


10.56 


9.44 


9.10 


20.... 


9.40 


10.52 


12.09 


13.33 


14.40 


15.10 


14.44 


13.38 


12.15 


10.53 


9.42 


9.10 


21.... 


9.42 


10.54 


12.12 


13.36 


14.42 


15.10 


14.42 


13.36 


12.12 


10 . 50 


9.40 


9.10 


22.... 


9.44 


10.57 


12.14 


13.38 


14.44 


15.10 


14.41 


13.33 


12.09 


10.48 


9.38 


9.10 


23.... 


9.46 


11.00 


12.17 


13,41 


14.46 


15.10 


14.40 


13.30 


12.06 


10.46 


9.36 


9.10 


24... 


9.48 


11.02 


12.20 


13.44 


14.48 


15.10 


14.39 


13.27 


12.04 


10.43 


9.34 


9.10 


25... 


9.50 


11.05 


12.23 


13.46 


14.49 


15.10 


14.37 


13.24 


12.02 


10.40 


9.32 


9.10 


26.... 


9.52 


11.08 


12.26 


13.48 


14.50 


15.10 


14.35 


13.22 


11.59 


10.38 


9.30 


9.11 


27.... 


9.54 


11.11 


12.28 


13.51 


14.52 


15.10 


14.33 


13.20 


11.56 


10.36 


9.28 


9.12 


28.... 


9.. 56 


11.14 


12.31 


13.54 


14.54 


15.09 


14.30 


13.17 


11.53 


10.33 


9.27 


9.12 


29.... 


9.58 




12.34 


13.56 


14.55 


15.08 


14,28 


13.14 


11.50 


10.30 


9.26 


9.12 


30.... 


10.00 




12.37 


13.58 


14.56 


15.08 


14.26 


13.12 


11.48 


10.28 


9.24 


9.12 


31.... 


10.02 




12.40 




14.58 




14.24 


13.09 




10.26 




9.12 



The astronomical daj commences at noon of the civil day of the same date, and comprises 24 hours 
reckoned from to 24, from noon of one day to noon of the next. For example, Jan. 9, 2 a. m., civil time' 
Is Jan. 8, 14h, astronomical time. 



HOW LIFE IS SPENT. 

In an article discussing the time spent by a civilized human being in the various occupations of a day, 
the London Express makes the following estimate of the account of an average man whose allotted span to 
three score and ten years. His time has been divided up about as follows: 



Years. Months. 

Sleeping 23 4 

Work 19 8 

Recreation and religious devotion. 10 2 

Eating and drinking 6 10 

Travelling 6 



Years. 

Illness 4 

Dressing 2 

Total 70 



Months 



32 



Astronomical — Calendars 1920-192H. 



















CALENDARS FOR 


1920 


AND 


1921 


. 


















1920. 


1921. 




CO 




n 


i . 
fill 




5 


Mon. 
Tues. 
Wed . 


Thur. 
Fri. " 
Sat. 




St Sh:is h a 


4^ 

& 

1 

8 


i 




d 






3 


V 
1 

a 


i 


Jan 


'i 


"b'is 


.. 1 2i 3 
7 8 9)0 


July... 


■4 


5 


■fi'? 


ll 2I 3 
81 910 


Jan 


..i. 1. 1 1. 


July... 










2 






2 3 4: 5 6; 7 




3]'4 


'h'f, 


7 


9 




n 


12 13|141.^.:i6 17 




11 


12 13114 


1511617 




91011 12 131415 




10 11 


1213 


I4I15 


16 




IH 


19 20!2122 


23 24 




18 


1912021 


22 2324 




16 17 1819 20 2122 




1718 


192021122 


23 




25 


2G 27 28 29 


3031 




25 26 27 28 


29 3031 




23 24 25 26 27,28 29 




24^25 


26 27i28 


29 


30 




1 

8 


2 3 4' 
9 10!l.!:12 






12 3 4 
8 91011 


5 6 7 
12!l3:14 


Feb . . . 


30 31 




. . . 1. .1. . 


Aug. . . 


31 

■7 


1 

8 


■2'3 
910 


4 
11 


• • 
5 




Kfl. , 


6 7 AUS. . . 




1 
8 


2: 3i * 5 
9; 10' 11 12 


R 




13 14 






6' 7 


1213 
1 9 20 




15 


16a7ilS19 


20 21 




1510 17,18 


19'2021 




13 14 


15 


1617,1819 




14 


15 


1617 


IS 




22'23'24 25,26 


2728 




2212312425 


26]27l28 




202122 


23 24 25 26 




21 


22'23'24 


25 


2627 




29. .1.. ..!.. 

. . 1 2 31 4 

7 8 9|iail 


■5!'6 
12 13| 


Sept. . . 


29 
'5 


30 
6 


31 




1 


March . 


27 28 




. ,1.. ..1.. 


Sept. . . 


28 29 30 31 


'k 




Muri'li. 


1 


2! 31 4 
91IOII 


1 


2 3 4I 5 
9101112 








2| 3 
910 




7| 8 


6 7I 8 




4 5 


6 


7 




14 15 1317:18 


19 20 




12 


13 


141 151 1617118 




1314:i5 


1617|1819 




1112)3 


14 15:16 17 




2122'23!24;25 


26 27 




19 


20 


21122232425 




20 2122 


23 24 25 26 




18]19 20:21122 23 24 




28129;30i3l|.. 


..|.. 




20 


27 


28129.301. .1. . 




27 28 29 


303) .. 






2.5 26 27 


28 29 


30 


Al-ril. . 




1 


2: 3 


Oct. . . . 








..!.. 12 


April . . 


1 


. . . . 1 


2 


Oct.... 








T 




4 


5 7 8 


9 10 







4 





61 7 8 9 




3! 4 5 


6 7 S 


9 




2| 3 


4 


5 6 


7 8 




11 


12 13 1415 


16'17 




10 


11 


12113il4;i5il6 
19i20'21j22'23 




1011 12 


13 14 1516 




91)0 


11 


1213 


14 15 




18 


I9I20I2I22 


23 24 




17 


18 




1718119 


202122 23 




16'17 


18 


19 20 


21122 




25 


20 27 


28 29 


30 






24 


25 


2627,28 29 30 




24 25:26 


27 2829 30 




23,24 


25 


26 


27 


28 29 




















31 




..|..i..|.. .. 










30 31 












M:!.v.. . 


'2 


■3 


4 


5 


r. 




1 


Nov. . . 




1 

S 


21 31 41 5 6 
9ll0'll 12113 


May.. . 


1 2; 3 
81 9:10 


4 5 6 7 
11 12^3 14 


Nov. . . 




1 
8 


2 
9 


3 
10 


4 
11 


5 




7 8. 




7 




6'7 


12 




9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


HI51 




14 


15 


16117 18 19:20 




15 1617 


18:i92021 




1314 


15 


16 


17 


18:19 




U5 


17 


1H]19 


20 


2122' 




21 


22 


23 2425 26127 




22 23 24 25 26 27,281 




2021 


22 


23124 


25 26 




23 24 


2.-.2f. 


27 


28 29 

11 12' 




28 


29 


30 


..1. .'..i.. 

1 




29 3031 










27 


28 


29.30 


•y 








30311.. 1.. 


















.lunc. . . 






1 •> 


3 
10 


Dec. . . 






'7 


1 2' 31 4 
8 9 10111 


June.. . 






1 

8 


2 3 
910 


4 
11 


Dec. . . 


■4 


■5 


'6 


■7 


1 

8 


2 


1 




fi 


r 


8 


9 


5 fi 




5| 6 


7 


910 




13 


14 


15 


ir> 


17 


1819; 




121 13 


14 


1516:1718 




1213:14 


1.5 1617 


18 




11 


12 


13 14115 


1617 




20 


21 


22 23 24 


25 20, 




19'20 


21122 23 24251 




192021 


22 23 24 


25 




18 


1920'21122 


23 24 




27l28'29'30'..'..i..l 


2G27l2829 30 31i..l 




26:2728 


29 301..'.. 




25'2627 28'29l30 31 



















CALENDARS 


FOR 


1922 


AND 


1923. 






















1922. 


1 


1923. 












S 






73 


c 

c 

2 


3 






♦J 








■6 




t 


a; 




c 

3 
CO 


d 



i 


•a 


c 

P 




^ 
S 


.rail .. . 


1 
8 


2 
9 


3| 4 
lOll 


5 
12 


6 
13 


7 
!4 


July... 








I 




1 

8 


Jan... . 


■7 


1 2 

8 9 


3 

10 


4 

n 


5 
12 


6 
13 


July. . . 


1 

8 


2 
9 


3 

10 


4 
11 


5 
12 


6 


7 






2 


3 


4 


5' 6 


7 


r3!i4 




15 


16 


17llK 


19 


2i,) 


21 




fl 


10 


11 


1213 


14 


15 




14 


1 5 ] fi 


17 


IS 


19 


2' 




15 


16 


17 


18 


19 


2'.|21 




22 


23 


24-25 


26 


27 


28 




16 


17 


IS 


19 20 


21 


22 




21 


22 23 


24 


25 


26 


27 




22 


23 


24 


25 


26 


27 


2S 




29 


30 


31 












23 


24 


25 


2627 


28 


29 




28 


29,3w 


31 










29 


30 


31 












.5 


6 


■7 


1 
8 


2 
9 


3 

10 


4 
11 


Aug . . . 


30 


31 


1 

8 


■2i-3 
910 


4 
11 


5 
12 


Feb . . . 


■4 
11 


■5 


6 


■7 
14 


1 

8 

15 


2 

9 

16 




10 
17 


Aug. . . 








1 

8 
15 


2 

9 

16 


3 
11' 


4 






5 
12 


6 
13 


7 
14 


11 






6 


7 


12 13 


17 18 




12 


13 


14 15 


16 


17 


IK 




13 


14 


15 


1617 


IK 


19 




18 


19j2(, 


21 


22 


23 


24 




19 


20 


21 


22 


23 


24 


25 




19 


2'l 


21122 


23 


24 


25 




2(1 


21 


22 


23 24 


25 


26 




25 


26 27 


28 










26 


27 


28 


29 


30 


31 






26 


27 


28' . . 










27 


28 


29 


30,31 






March . 










1 


2 


3 


Sept.. . 














1 


Manh. 


■.5 


■fi 


. 1 

7 8 


'> 
9 


3 

10 


4 
1! 


Sept. . . 








1 


i 

8 


2 
9 




4 
11 


5 

12 


6 
13 


7 
14 


8 
15 


9 
16 


H 
1" 




2 
9 


3 
10 


4 
11 



12 


6 
13 


7 
14 


H 






3 


4 


5 


6| 7 


15 




12 


13 


1^,1.'-, 


10 


17 


18 




10 


11 


12 


1314 


15 


16 




18 


19 


2(' 


21 


'>2 


23 


24 




16 


17 


18 


19 


20 


21 


22 




19 


2r> 


21122 


23 


24 


25 




17 


18 


19 


20,21 


22 


23 




'25 


26 


27 


28 


29 


3l.. 


31 




23 


24 


25 


26 


27 


28 


29 




26 


27 


2S29 


30 


31 






24 


25 


26 


27:28 


29 


30 
















1 




30 














.■\p;il . 












1 










1 






April,. 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


Oct 




1 


2 


3 


4 


6 


6 




2 


a 


4 5 


6 


7 


8 


Oct.... 


1 


•) 


3 


41 5 


6 


7 




8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


14 




7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 




9I 


in 


11 12 


13 


H 


15 




8 


r, 


10 


1112 


13 


14 




15 


16 


17 


IS 


19 


20 


21 




14 


)5 


16 


17 


18 


19 20 




16 


17 


1819 


20 


21 


22 




15 


16 


17 


1819 


20 


21 




22 


23 


24 


25 


26 


27 


28 




21 


22 
29 


23 
3C' 


24 
31 


26 


26 


27 




2.-1 


24 


25 26 


2; 


28 


29 




22 


2.; 


24 


25 26 


2; 


28 




29 


30 














28 










30 














Of) 


30 


31 








May 






1 


•> 


s 


4 


■) 


Nov. . . 










1 


2 


3 


Miiv . 


'7 


1 
8 


2 3 

910 


4 

11 


5 
12 


6 
13 


Nov. . 








ll 2 
8 9 


3 
10 


4 
11 




6 
13 


7 


8 


9 

16 


10 
17 


11 

18 


12 
19 




4 
11 


5 

12 


6 
13 


1^ 


8 
15 


9 
16 


10 






5 


6 


7 


14a5 


17 




14 


i.5lif;,i7 


IR 


19 


•■^■1 




12 


13 


14 


1516 


17,18 




2( 


21:2223 


24 


25 


26 




18 


19 


20 


21 


22 


23 


24 




2i 


22:23 24 


25 


26 


27 




19 


Ol. 


21 


22 23 


24 25 




27 


28 29 


30 


31 








25 


26 


27 


28 


29 


30 






28 


29 


30,31 










26 


27 


28 29 30 




June. . . 










1 


2 


Doc. . . 














i 


J^^n(^.. . 


'4 


■.5 


■*•} 7 


1 
8 


2 
9 


3 
10 


Dec 








. 1 


1! 2 
8i 9 




3 
10 


4 5 
11 12 


6 
13 


7 
14 


8 
15 


16 




2 
9 


3 

10 


4 
11 


t> 
12 


6 
13 


V 
14 


H 






3 


4 


5 


6! 7 


15 




11 


12 


1314 


15 


16 


17 




10 


11 


12 


1314 


15il6 




17 


18>19 


20 


21122 


23 




16 


17 


18 


19 


20 


21 


22 




18 


192021 


22 


23 24! 




17 


IS 


19 


20 21 


22 23 




24 


25 26 


27 28 29 


30 




23 


24 


25 


26 


2V 


28 


29 




25 


2G27|28 


29 3Ci . 




24 
31 


25 


26 


27 28;29 30 














30 


31 













MEASURING THE UNIVERSE. 

(Ry the National Geosrapliic Socioty.) 
Imagine a eii'cular field two and a half miles in diameter; place a library globe two leet in diameter In the 
very centre; eighty-two feet away put a luuslard sc'cd. The globe will reprefjent the sun and the mustard seed 

At a distance of 142 feet place a pea, and anoflier at 215 fe.^t. These Mill represent Venus and the earth, 
both as to size and distance. A rather large pinhead at a distance of 327 feet will speak for Mars, and a fair- 
sized tangerine a cnaitcr of a mile dlst.ant will stnnd for Jupiter. A small lemon at two-ftfths of a mile will 
*filay the role of Saturn, a large cherry tlu-cc-f^urths of a mile distant will answer lor Uranus, and a lair-sizea 
plum at the very edge of the field will proclaim Neptune. 



Astronomica I — Ready -Reference Calendar. 



33 



READY-REFERENCE CALENDAR. 



For ascertainmg any Day of the Week fa-r-any given Tiilie wiUdn Two Hundred 
Years from the introduction of the New Style, 1752, * ^o 1952 iiichislve. 



COMMON YEARS. 1763 TO 1951. 




si 

a; 


03 


a. 


a 


n 


i^ 


1 
bf 


c 




> 

-o 






i-s 


(b 


< 


Is! 


.-5 


l-J 


< 


o 


•A 


Q 


17f.l 


1767 


177S 


1789 


1795 














*— 


1801 


1807 


1818 


1829 


1835 


1846 


1857 
1903 


1863 
1914 


1874 
1925 


1885 
1931 


1891 
1942 


4 


7 


7 


3 


5 


1 


3 


6 


2 


4 


7 


2 


1762 


1773 


1779 


1790 














.' 




1802 


1813 


1819 


1830 


1841 


1847 


1858 
1909 


1869 
1915 


1875 
1926 


1886 
1937 


1897 
1943 


5 


1 


1 


4 


6 


2 


4 


7 


3 


5 


1 


3 


1757 


1763 


1774 


1785 


1791 
















1803 


1814 


1825 


1831 


1842 


1853 


1859 
1910 


1870 
1921 


1881 
1927 


1887 
1938 


1898 
1949 


6 


2 


2 


5 


S 


3 


5 


1 


4 


« 


2 


4 


175t 


1765 


1771 


1783 


1793 


1799 














1805 


1811 
7766" 


1822 


1833 


1839 


1850 
1901 


1861 
1907 


1867 
1918 


1878 
1929 


1889 
1935 


1895 
1946 


2 


5 


5 


1 


3 


6 


I 


4 


7 


2 


5 


7 


1 755 


1777 


1783 


1794 


1800 














1800 


1817 


1823 


1834 


1845 


1851 
1902 


1862 
1913 


1873 
1919 


1879 
1930 


1890 
1941 


1947 


3 


6 


6 


2 


4 


7 


2 


5 


1 


3 


6 


1 


1758 


1769 


1775 


1786 


1797 
















1809 


1815 


1820 


1837 


1843 
1787 


1854 
1905 


1865 
1911 


1871 
1922 


1SS2 
1933 


1893 
1939 


1899 
1950 


7 


3 


3 


6 


1 


4 


6 


2 


5 


7 


3 


5 


1753 


1759 


1770 


1781 


179S 














1810 


1821 


1827 


1838 


1849 


1855 


1866 
1906 


1877 
1917 


1883 
1923 


1894 
1934 


1900 
1945 


1- 


4 


4 


7 


2 


5 


7 


3 


6 


1 


4 


& 






















1951 


T 

T 
T 


29 
¥ 
T 

4 

7 

T 


T 

7 

5 

T 

6 


y 

6 
3 
1 
6 
T 


T 
1 

6^ 

T 


T 

T 

T 


T 
J 

3 

T 

6" 
4 

2 


b 

T 

r 

T 

5 


4 

7 
5 
3 
1 


T 

6 
4 
3 
7 
5 
3 


T 

7 

5 

3 

T 

6 




LEAP YEARS. 1756 TO 1953. 




1764 


1792 


1801 


1833 


1800 


1883 




193<i 


6 


1768 


17!!« 


1808 


1836 


1804 


1893 


1904 


1933 


4 


1773 




1813 


1840 


1868 


1896 


1908 


1936 


3 


1776 




181S 


1844 


187:4 




1913 


1940 


7 


1780 




18'je 


1843 


1876 




1916 


1944 


S 


1756 


1784 


1834 


1853 


1880 




1930 


1948 


3 


1760 


1783 


1838 


1856 


1884 




1934 


1953 


1 




•n.^ «...-.,.«.„!_ _.._. 


, i 


2 


3 


4 


5 


y'Q \ 7 


flay of the week, first look 
In the table for the year 


Mointny i 

I'liesilay if 

' Wednesday ^ 


'J'nesdHV 1 
Wednesilay V* 
rhuiaday o 


tVednesdaj 1 
i'iinisday 2 
hidav 3 


Thnrsday 1 
Fi iday 2 
S.atui day 3 


■riday 

Sali.rday 

SUNDAY 


1 baturduv 1 .SUNDAY 1 

2 SUNDAY 2;Mun.lE,y S 

3 Monday 3iTnes(hiy 3 


required, and under the 


Tlmrsdriy -1 


Fiidav 4 - 


>aturdav 4 


SUNDAY 4 


Monday 


J Tuesday 4 


Wednesday 4 


months are figures wbii^i 


l'-iid.iy 5 


Saturday 5 


SUNDAY 5 


Monday 5 


I'ucsilav 


5 Wednesday 5 


Thnr.sdav 5 


refer to the corresponding 
flgiirci at the head of the 


Sa'urday 6 
Monday & 


SUNDAY i; 
Monday 1 
Tuesday ti 


Monday 6 
'uo.sday 1 
Wednesday f 


Tuesday 6 
Wednesday 7 
Thursday 8 


Wednesday 

I'hursday 

■rnhiy 


6 Tlimsday t 

7 I'ridav 1 

8 Saturd.ay 8 


Friday 6 
Saturiiay 7 
SUNDAY 8 


columns of days below. 


riicsd.iy 9 


Wednesday 9 


"linisday 9 


Fi idav 9 


Saturday 


9 SUNDAY S 


Monday 9 


FoT Exampie:~To know on 


•Vediiesd 10 


I'huisday 10 


"ridav '0 


Saturday U» 


SUNDAV 1 


Monday U 


Tuesflny 10 


what day of the week ./uly 


'I'hmsdHy 11 


Friday H 


Batuiday 11 


SUNDAY 11 


Vlomlay 1 


1 Tuesd.-iy 11 


Wednesd II 


4. 1U18. will fall, look in 


[M'id.TV IV 

Satiuilnv 13 


Saturday \'2 . 
SUNDAY 13 


SUNDAY !2 
Vtoriday 13 


Moud.'iy i2 
Tnesd.'iv 13 


I'uesd'.y 1 
Wednesd. 1 


.' Weiinesd. 12iThmsday 12 
rrhiirsday 13IFndav 13 


the table of yeara for 


SUNDAY IJ 


Monday 14 ' 


"uesday 14 


Wednesd K 


'hnrsday 1 


4 Friday 14 


Saturday 14 


1913. and in a parallel line 


.MotMl.'l\' ]i> 


Tuesday 15 


^Vednesd. 15 


'I'liursilay 15 


'"i iday 1 


5 Saturday 1: 


SUNDAY 16 


under July is (igure 1, 
which directs to column 


I MOfifLiv 16 


W'ednesd. 16 ' 


I'Mnrsday 16 


Friday 16 


Saturday 1 


6 SUNDAY IC 


Mondav 16 


U'evineiid. 17 
Tliuisday 18 
I'iidav 19 


Thnisday K 
Friday 18 ^ 


M-i<lav 17 
v;t',nday 18 


.Saturday 17 
.SUNDAY IS 


SUNDAY 1 
VIonday 1 


7 Monday 17[TuesiItiy 17 

8 Tuesday IsjWednesd. 18 


1 in which it will be .seen 


Saturday 19 ' 


SUNDAY 19 


Monday 19 


'uesday 1 


9 Wednesd. 19iTliaisday 19 


that July 4 falls on Thur.s- 


S.iturdav '.'rt 


SUNDAY 50 


Monday 2U 


Tuesday 2(1 


Wednesd. 2 


) Tlim.sday 2li|Fridav 20 


day. 


SUNDAY •.!! 


Monilay 21 


I'uesdav 21 


Wednesd. 21 


i'hursdav 2 


1 Fiiday '.'li.Satulday 21 




Monday .- 
'Fii»^sdny -':. 
Wedne'sd. '->4 


Tuesday 22 
■Wednesd. 23 ' 
Tlimsday 24 


rt'e.lnead. 22 
rliuisilay 23 
Midav 24 


Thursday 22 
Friday 1.M . 
Saluiilay 21 ^ 


['■ri.lay 2 
Saliudav 2 
SUNDAY 2 


JSaiindav 22;SUNDAY 22 


* 1752 sanxe as 1772 from 


! SUNDAY 23;Monday 23 
4 M( ...lav 24 Tuesday 24 


January 1 to September 2 


Tlimsday ".^ 


Fiiday 25 ^ 


Saturdav 25 


SUNDAY 25 


Monday 2 


1 Tue.sdav 2.5 Wednesii 25 


From September 14 to 


Tridny Sb 


Saturd.iv 26 ; 


SUNDAY 26 


.Monday 26 


iiesdav 2 


B Wednesd. 2r.jTliursilny 25 


December 31 same as 1780 


Saturday 21 


SUNDAY 27 


Mondav 27 


Tuesdnv 2. 


Vtdnesd 2 


7 Tlnn.sday 27|Friday 27 


(September 3-13 were 
omitied). (VVbitalier-,9AI- 


SUNDAY '.'3 
Monday 2ii 
Tuesday 30 


Mpnday 28 ' 
Tuesday 29 
Wednesd. Qfi ' 


'uesdav 28 
Wednesd. 29 
^'huisday 3f> 


Wednesd. 28' 
Thursday 29 
Frida\- 3n 


'liursday 2 
"riilnv 2 
Salniilay 3 


i Fndav 28;Salnrday 28 
1 Saturday 29|SUNDAY 29 
J SUNDAY SOIMonday 30 


manat 


KJ 


• 






VVed 


lest 


. 31 


Thursri 


ay 31 1 


F.i 


iay 


31 


Sat 


irday 


31|. 


SUN 


DA 


Y 3 


1 M 


0Q( 


ay 


31 


iTuesday 


31 



34 



A stronomical — Holidays'. 



HOLIDAYS OF THE WORLD. 

(For tuU list of fixed, historical, commemorative, and religious holidays, see 1919 Almanac.) ' 

Christmas and New Year's are observed the world over. 

In Episcopal countries, such as England, the only church days which are regular legal holidays, aside 
from Christmas, are Good Friday, Easter Monday, and Whit-Monday. This holds good for the British 
colonies, in some of which several Roman Catholic Qiurch hoUdays are established. 

In Roman Catholic countries, such as Spain, the church days other than Christmas, which are almost 
universally legal holidays, are Epiphany, Ascension, Assumption, All Saints', and Immaculate Conception. 
Throughout the Latin-American countries. It is usual to observe, in addition. Good Friday and Corpus 
Cliristi. Good Friday is in many of these countries a 3-day holiday season, beginning on Holy Thursday 
and closing on Holy Saturday. 

In Lutheran countries, such as Sweden, and Prussia, Epiphany, Annunciation, Good Friday, Easter 
Monday, Ascension Day, \\Tilt-Monday, Ash Wednesday, and Corpus Christi are holidays. 

OLD ENGLISH HOLIDAYS. 



January 6. Twelfth Day, or Twelfth-tide, some- 
times called Old Christmas Day, the same as 
Epiphany. The previous evening Is Twelfth Night, 
witii which many social rites have long been con- 
nected. 

February 2. Candlejias: Festival of the 
Purlllcatioa of the Virgin. Consecration of the 
lighted candles to be used In the church during 
the year. Also known as "Groundhog Day." 

February 14. Old Candlemas: St.Valentine'sDay. 

March 25. Lady Day: Annunciation of the 
Virgin. April 6 is old Lady Day. 

JUNE 24. Midsummer Day: p'east of the Nativity 
of John the Baptist. July 7 is old Midsummer Day. 

July 15. St. Swithin's Day. There was an old 
superstition that if rain fell on this day it would 
continue forty days. 

AUGUST 1. Lam.mas Day. Originally in England 
the fe8t.lval of the wheat harvest. In the Church 
tile festival of St. Peter's miraculous ttellverance 
from prison. Old Lammas Day is August I3. 



September 29. Michaelmas: Feast of St. Michael, 
the Archangel. Old Michaelmas is October 11. 

November 1. All-hallowmas: All-hallows, or 
All Saints' Day, The previous evening is AU-hallow- 
e'en, observed by home gatherings and old-time 
festive rites. 

November 2. All Souls' Day: Day of prayer 
for the souls of the dead. 

November U. Martinmas: Feast of St. Martin. 
Old Martinmas is November 23. 

Dece.mber 28. Childermas; Holy Innocents' Day. 

Lady Day, Midsummer Day, Michaelmas and 
Christmas are quarter (rent) days in England, and 
Whitsunday, Martinmas, Candlemas and Lammas 
Day in Scotland. 

Shrove Tuesday, the day before Ash Wednesday, 
and Maundy Thursday, the day before Good Friday, 
are observed by the Church. Mothering Sunday is 
Mid-Lent Sunday, in which the old rural custom 
obtains of visiting one's parents and making them 
presents. 



LEGAL HOLIDAYS IN THE 

The chief legal holidays are: 

Jan. I — New Year's Day, all the States, Territories 
and colonial possessions. 

Feb, 12 — Lincoln's Birthday (Alaska, Cal., Colo., 
Conn., Del., 111., Ind., la., Kan., Ken., Mich, 
Minn., Mo., Mont., Neb., Nev., N. J., N. Y., 
N. Dak., Ohio, Ore., Pa., Porto Rico, S. Dak., 
Utah, Wash., W. Va., Wyo. 

Feb. 22 — Washington's Birthday (all the States, 
Territories and possessions.) 

Mar. 25 — Good Friday (Conn., Del., Fla., La., Md., 
Minn., N. J., Pa,, Philippines, Porto Rico, Tcnn., 
In Conn. Good Friday is usually proclaimed by 
the Governor as a day of fasting and prayer. 

May 30 — Decoration or Memorial Day (all States 
and possessions, except Ala., Fla., Ga., La., Miss., 
N. Car., S. Car., Tenn. and Tex.) 

July 4 — Independence Day (all the States, Terri- 
tories and possessions.) 

Sept. 5 — Labor Day (every State and Territory 
except Wyoming and the Philippines). 



UNITED STATES IN 1921. 

Oct. 12— Columbus Day (every State and Territory 
except Alaska, Ark., Dist. of Col.. Fla., Ga., 
Hawaii, la.. Me., Minn,, Miss,, N. C, Okla., 
Philippines, So. C„ S, Dak,, Tenn,, Utah, Va„ 
Wis, and Wyo, In Kansas it is not a. holiday 
as to courts or notes,) 

Nov. 8 — General Election Day (1st Tuesday after 
1st Monday In Nov.) Every State and Territory 
except Alaska, Dist. of Col., Hawaii. 111., Mass., 
Miss., Ohio, Philippines and Vt. In Illinois it is a 
legal holiday in Chicago, Springfield, East St. 
Louis, Galesburg, Danville, Cairo and Rockford.- 
In Ohio it is a hair holiday. In Maine It is a legal 
holiday only as to the courts, which also close 
on the State Election Day, (biennially, 2d Monday 
in Sept.) 

Nov. 24 — Thanksgiving Day (last Thursday In Nov. 
Every State, Territory and possession except 
Utah, where it is observed, though not on the 
statute books.) 

Dec. 25 — Christmas Day (every State, Territory 
and possession.) 



Under the Negotiable Instruments Law every negotiable instrument is payable at the time fixed therein 
without grace. - When the day of maturity falls upon Sunday or a holiday, tbe instrument is payable on 
the next succeeding business day. In the United States legal holidays are fixed by State and Territorial 
legislation. 

OTHER LEGAL HOLIDAYS NOT IN THE ABOVE TABLE. 

Of New Orleans (at New Orleans 



Jan. 8— Battle 
only). 

Jan. 19— R. E. 

Ark., Fla., Ga., 



Lee's Birthday (observed in Ala,, 
Miss,, N. C, S. C, Tcnn. and Va.). 
Feb. 12 — Georgia Day (in that State only. Date of 

Oglethorpe's landing in 1733). 
Feb. 14 — Admission Day (in Arizona). 
Feb. 8 — Shrove Tuesday (observed as Mardi Gras 

In Ala., Fla. and La.) 
Mar. 2 — Sam Houston Memorial Day (in Texas). 
Mar. 4 — Inauguration Day (once every 4 years in 

the. Dist. of Col. only). 
Mar. 22 — Primary Day (in South Dakota). 
Mar. 22 — Emancipation Day (in Porto Rico). 
Mar. 24 — Holy Thursday (in the Philippines). 
Mar. 25 — Maryland Day (in that State only). 
Mar. 30 — Seward Day (in Alaska). 
April 4 — PresidenTlal Primary Day tin Michigan). 
April 12 — Date of passage of Halifax Resolutions 

(in North Carolina). 
April 13 — Birthday of Thomas Jefferson (in Ala.). 
April 19 — Observed as Patriot's Day (in Me. and 

Mass.). 
April (3rd Tuesday) — Day of State elections (In 

La.) 



-Anniversary, battle of San Jacinto (In 

Fla., 



April 21- 

Tex.). 
April 26 — Confederate Memorial Day (In Ala., 

Ga, and Miss,). 
April (Last Thursday) — Observed as a Fast Day 

(in N, H,). 
May 1 — Labor Day (in Philippines). 
May (1st Tuesday) — Presidential Primary Day (In 

Cal.), 
May 10 — Confederate Memorial Day (observed In 

S, C). 
May 20 — Anniversary Signing of Mecklenbui'g 

Detjlaration of Independence (observed in N. C). 
May (3rd Friday) — Primary Day (in Ore.). 
June 3 — Birthday of JeftersoQ Davis (in Ala , Ark., 

Fla., Ga„ La„ Miss,. S, C, and Tex.i. 
June 3 — Decoration Day (in Tenn). 
June 3 — Election Day (in FhllipDines). 
June II — Kamehama Day (in Hawaii). 
June 15 — Pioneer Day (in Idaho^, 
July 12 — Muno Rivera Day (In Porto Rlqo), 
July 24 — Pioneer Day (in Utah). 
July 25 — Occupation Day (In Porto RIco). 
Aug. 1 — Colorado Day (in that State onlyl. 
Aug. 2 — Primary Election Day (in Kan and Mo.). 
Aug. 13— Occupation Day (In Philippines). 



Astronomical — Holidays — Arbor Day, Ash Wednesday. 35 



OTHER LEGAL HOLIDAYS NOT IN THE ABOVE TABLE— C07!«re«ed. 



Aug. 16 — Anniversary of Battle of Bennington (In 

Aug. (Last Tuesday) — Primary Election Day (in 

Cal. and JMlich.). 
Sept. (1st Tuesday) — Primary' Election Day (in 

Nev.). 
Sept. (2nd Monday) — State Election Day (in Me.). 
Sept. 9 — Admission Day (in Cal.). 



Sept. 12 — Defender's Day (In Md.). 

Sept. (3rd Saturday) — Regatta Day (In Hawaii) 

Oct. 1 — Missouri Day (in that State only). 

Oct. 18 — Alaska Day (in Alaska only). 

Oct. 31 — Admission Day (in Nev.). 

Nov. 1 — Ail Saints' Day (in La.). 

Nov. 11 — Victory (Armistice) Day (in Ala., Col., 

Fla., N. C. and Tenii.). 
Dec. 30 — Rlzal Day (In Philippines). 



DATES ON WHICH ARB 

The time of the observance of Arbor Day varies 
greatly in different States and countries, being 
determined somewhat by cli.Tiatic conditions. 
Sometimes a day which is already a holiday is 
selected, as in Alabama and Te.tas, where Wash- 
ington's Birthday his been chosen, and in Jamaica, 
vfhere it ia celebrated on Queen Victoria's Birthday. 
•In many Statea of the Union it is combined with 
Bird Day. In general the date la early in the year. 
In the South, anj Is set farther alonj toward summer 
In the more northern States, beginning in February 
and ending in Mi.y. In the foUovvin? list the date 
in parentheses is the year when the Arbor Day 
Law was first observed. If there Is a second date 
not in parentheses It Is the year when an Arbor 
Day Law was enacted: 
Alabama (1SS7) —February 22. 
Arizona (1893) — In 5 no. counties, Fri. after 1st day 

April. Elsewhere Fri. after 1st day February. 
Arkansas (1908) — First Sat. In March. 
California (1883) — March 7. 
Colorado (1885) — 3d Fri. In April. The Gov. issues 

proclamatlou. 
Coimecticut (1887) — 1886. Early May, by procl. 

of Gov. 
Delaware (1901) — April, by procl. of Gov. 
Florida (188G) — First Fri. in February. 
Georgia (1887) — 1890. First Fri. in December. 
Hawaii (190;')) — First Fri. in November. 
Iditho (1886) — Various dates in April named by 

county Supls. 
Illinois (1886) — Procl. of Gov. 
Indiana (1884) — 1913. Third Fri. In April. 
Iowa (1887) — Procl. by Governor. 
Kansas (1875) — Option of the Governor. 
Kentucky (1886) — In the fall by procl. of Gov. 
Louisiana (1888-89) — ^Second Fri. in January. 
Maine (1887)— Option nt Governor. 



OR OAY IS OBSERVED. 

Marylanl (1S89) — Second Fri. la .\pril. Procl 

of Governor. 
Massachusetts (1880) — Last Sat. In April. 
Michigan (1885) — Procl. of Gov., usually last Fri. 

in April. 
Minnesota (1876) — Procl. of Gov., usually last 

part April. > 

Missouri (1886) — 1889. First Fri. after first 

Tues. April. 
Montana (1888) — Second Tuesday May. 
Nebraska (1872) — 1885. Apr. 22 (birthday J. S. 

Morton). 
Nevada (1887) — Procl. of Governor. 
Nesv Hampshire (1883) — Procl. of Governor. 
New Jersey (1884) — By law, second Fri. April, 
New Mexico (1890) — Second Fri. Mar. Procl. of Gov. 
New York (1889) — 1889. Fri. after 1st of May. 
North Carolina (1893) — 1915. Fri. after Nov. lat. 
North Dakota (1882) — Option of Governor. 
Ohio (1882)— Procl. of Gov. About middle of April. 
Oklahoma (1898) — 1901. Fri. fol. 2d Mon. in Mch. 
Oregon (1889) — Second Fri. in April. 
Pennsylvania (1885) — Procl. of Governor. 
Porto Rico (....) — Last Fri. in November. 
Rhode Island (1887) — 1890. Second Fri. in May. 
South Carolina (1898) — 1898. Tiiird Fri. in Nov. 
South Dakot.a(. . . ) — No law, gen. obsei-v. In April. 
Tennessee (1875)— 1887. Appointed by County 

Superintendent In November. 
Texas (1890)- 18S9. Feb. 22. 
Utah (....) — April 15, by statute. 
Vermont (1885)— Opt. of Gov., usually 1st Fri. May. 
Virginia (1892) — 1902- Procl.' of Gov. In spring. 
West Virginia (1883) — Usually observ 2d Fri. April. 
Wisconsin (1889)— Procl. of Gov., usually Isl Fri. May 
Washington (1894)— Proc. of Gov., usu. 1st Fri. May 
Wyoming (....)— 1888. Procl. of Gov., usuall: 
1st Fri. in May. 



ASH WEDNESDAY. 

,\ T.4BLE SHOWING THE DATE OF THE FIRST DAY OF LENT IN E.4.CH YE.VR OF THE XlXETEENTH AND 

Twentieth Centuries. 



1801— Feb. 18. 


1835— Mar. 4. 


1869— Feb. 


10. 


1902— Feb. 12. 


1935— Mar 6. 


1968— Feb. 28. 


1802— Mar. 3. 


1836 — Feb. 17. 


1870 — Mar. 


2. 


1903— Feb. 25. 


1936— Feb. 26. 


196^— Feb. 19. 


1803— Feb. 23. 


1837— Feb. 8. 


1871— Feb. 


22. 


1904— Feb. 17 


1937— Feb. 10. 


1970 — Feb. 11. 


1804— Feb. 15. 


183S— Feb. 28. 


1872— Fob. 


14. 


1905— Mar. 8. 


1938— Mar. 2 


1971— Feb. 24 


1805— Feb. 27. 


1839— Feb. 13. 


1873— Feb. 


26. 


1908— Feb. 28. 


1939— Feb. 22. 


1972— Feb. 16. 


1806— Feb. 19. 


1840 — Mar. 4. 


1874— Feb. 


18. 


1907— Feb 13. 


1940— Feb. 7. 


19 73— Mar. 7. 


1807— Feb. 11. 


1841— Feb. 24. 


187.5— Feb. 


10. 


1908— .Via r. 4. 


1941— Feb 26. 


1974— Feb. 27. 


1808— Mar. 2. 


1842— Feb. 9. 


1876- Mar. 


1. 


1909— Feb. 24 


1942— Feb. 18. 


1975— Feb. 12. 


1809- Feb. 15. 


1843— Mar. I. 


1877— Feb. 


14 


1910— Feb. 9. 


1943— Mar. 10. 


, 197e— Mar. 3. 


1810— Mar. 7. 


1844 — Feb. 21. 


IS78— Mar. 


6. 


1911— Mar. 1. 


1944— Feb 23; 


1977— Feb. 23. 


1811— Feb. 27. 


1845 — Feb. 5. 


1879— Feb. 


26. 


1912— Feb. 21. 


1945— Feb. 14. 


1978— Feb. 8. 


1812— Feb. 12. 


1846— Feb. 25. 


1880— Feb. 


11. 


1913— Feb. 5. 


1946 — Mar. 6. 


1979— Feb. 28. 


1813- Mar. 3. 


1847— Feb. 17. 


1881— Mar. 


2. 


1914— Feb. 25 


1947— Feb. 19 


1980— Feb. 20. 


1814— Feb. 23, 


1848— Mar. 8. 


1382— Feb. 


22. 


1915— Feb. 17. 


1948— Feb. 11, 


1981— Mar. 4, 


1815— Feb. 8. 


1849— Feb. 21. 


1883— Feb. 


7. 


1916— Mar. 8 


1949— Mar. 2 


1982— Feb. 24. 


1816— Feb. ,28. 


1850— Feb. 13. 


1884— Feb. 


27. 


1917— Feb 21 


1950— Feb. 22. 


1983— Feb. 16. 


1817— Feb. 19. 


1851— Mar. 5. 


1885— Feb. 


18. 


1918— Feb. 13 


1951— Feb. 7 


1984 — Mar. 7. 


1818— Feb. 4. 


1852— Feb. 25. 


1886— Mar. 


10. 


1919— Mar 5. 


1952— Feb. 27. 


1985— Feb. 20. 


1819— Feb. 24. 


1853— Feb. 9. 


1887— Feb. 


23. 


1920— Feb. 18 


1953— Feb. 18. 


1986— Feb. 12. 


1820— Feb. 16. 


1854— Mar 1. 


1888— Feb. 


15. 


1921— Feb 9. 


1954— Mar. 3. 


1987— Mar. 4. 


1821— Mar. 7. 


185.5— Feb. 21. 


1889— Mar. 


6. 


1922— Mar. 1. 


1955— Feb. 23. 


1988— Feb. 17. 


1822— Feb. 20. 


1856— Feb. 6. 


1890— Feb. 


19 


19'23— Feb. 14 


1956— Feb. 15. 


1989— Feb. 8. 


1823— Feb. 12. 


1857— Feb. 25. 


1891— Feb. 


11. 


1924— Mar 5 


1957— Mar. 6. 


1990— Feb. 28. 


1824— Mar. 3. 


1858— Feb. 17. 


1892— Mar. 


2. 


1925— Feb 25. 


1958— Feb. 19 


1991— Feb. 13. 


182.5— Feb. 16. 


1859- Mar. 9. 


1893— Feb. 


15. 


1926— Feb. 17, 


1959— Feb. 11. 


1992— Mar. 4^ 


1826- Feb. 8. 


1860— Feb. 22. 


1894— Feb. 


7. 


1927— Mar 2. 


1960— Mar 2. 


1993— Feb. 24;. 


1827— Feb. 28. 


1861— Feb 13. 


1895— Feb 


27. 


1928— Feb. 22. 


1961 — Feb. 15. 


1994— Feb. 16. 


1828— Feb. 20. 


1862— Mar. 5. 


1896— Feb. 


19. 


1929— Feb. 13 


1962— Mar. 7. 


1995 — Mar. 1. 


1829— Mar. 4. 


1863— Feb. 18. 


1897- Mar. 


3. 


1930— Mar. 5. 


1963— Feb. 27 


1996— Feb. 21. 


1830— Feb. 24. 


1864— Feb. 10. 


1898— Feb. 


23. 


1931— Feb 18 


1964— Feb. 12. 


1997— Feb. 12. 


1831— Feb. 16. 


1865— Mar. 1. 


1899— Feb. 


15. 


1932— Feb 10. 


1965— Mar. 3. 


1998— Feb. 2.5. 


1832— Mar. 7. 


1866— Feb. 14. 


1900— Feb 


28. 


1933— Mar. 1. 


1966— Feb. 23. 


1999— Feb. 17. 


'1833— Feb. 20. 


1867— Mar. 6. 


1901 — Feb. 


20 


1934— Feb. 14 


1967— Feb. 8-. 


2000— Mar. 8. 


11834— Feb. 12. 


186S— Feb. M. 













36 



Astronomical — Easter Sy,nday — Table of Days. 



EASTER SUNDAY. 

A Table Showing the Date of Easter Sunday in Each Year of the Nineteenth and 

Twentieth Centuries. 



1801— April 5. 

1802— April 18. 

1803— April 10. 

1804— April 1. 

1805— April 14. 

1808 — April 6. 

1807— Mar. 29. 

1808— April 17. 

1809— April 2. 

1810— April 22. 

ISll— April 14. 

1812— Mar. 29. 

1813— April 18. 

181-t— April 10. 

1815— Mar. 26. 

1816— April 14. 

1817— April 6. 

1818— Mar. 22. 

1819— AprU 11. 

1820— April 2. 

1821— April 22. 

1822 — April 7. 

1823— Mar. 30. 

1824- April 18. 

1825— April 3. 

1826— Mar. 26. 

1827— April 15. 

1828- April 6. 

1829— April 19. 

1830 — April 11. 

1831— April 3. 

1832— April 22. 

1833— April 7. 

1834 — Mar. 30. 



1835— April 19. 
1836— April 3. 
1837— Mar. 26. 
1838— April 16. 
1839— Mar. 31. 
1840— April 19. 
1841— April 11. 
1842— Mar. 27. 
1843— April 16. 
1844— April 7. 
1845— Mar. 23. 
1846— April 12. 
1847— April 4. 
1848— Anril 23. 
1849— AJJril 8. 
1850— M?.r. 31. 
1851— April 20. 
1852— April 11. 
1853— Mar. 27. 
1854— April 16.- 
1855— April 8. 
1856— Mar. 23. 
1857— April 12. 
1853— April 4. 
1859 — .^pril 24. 
ISGO— April 8. 
1861— Mar. 31. 
1862— April 20. 
1863— April 5. 
1864— Mar. 27. 
1865 — April 16, 
1866 — April 1. 
1867— April 21. 
1868— April 12. 



1869— Mar. 28. 
1870— April 17. 
1871 — April 9. 
1872— Mar. 31. 
1873— April 13. 
1874— April 5. 
1875— Mar. 28. 
1876— April 16. 
1877— April 1. 
1878— April 21. 
1879— April 13. 
1880 — Mar. 28. 
1881— April 17. 
1882— April 9. 
1883— Mar. 25. 
1884r— April 13. 
1885— .'Vpril 5. 
1886— April 25. 
1887— April 10. 
1888- April 1. 
1889— April 21. 
1S90— April 6. 
1891— Mar. 29. 
1892— April 17. 
1893— April 2. 
1894— Mar. 25. 
1895 — April 14. 
1896— April 5. 
1897— April 18. 
189S— April 10. 
1899— ADril 2. 
1900— April 15. 
1901— April 7. 



1902— Mar. 30. 
1903— April 12. 
1904 — April 3. 
1905--April 23. 
1906— April 15. 
1907 — Mar. 31. 
1908— April 19. 
1909— Aoril 11. 
1910— Mar. 27. 
1911— April 16. 
1912— April 7. 
1913— Mar. 23. 
1914— April 12. 
1915— April 4. 
1916— April 23. 
1917— April 8. 
1918— Mar. 31. 
1919— April 20. 
1920— April 4. 
1921— Mar. 27. 
1922— April 16. 
1923— April 1. 
1924— April 20. 
1925 — April 12. 
1926— .■Vpril 4. 
1927— April 17. 
1928— April 8. 
1929— Mar. 31. 
1S30— April 20. 
1931— April 5. 
1932— Mar. 27. 
1933— April 16. 
1934 — Anril 1. 



1935— April 21. 

1936 — April 12. 

1937— Mar. 28. 

1938— AprU 17. 

1939— April 9. 

1940— Mar. 24. 

1941— April 13. 

1942— April 5. 

1943— April 25. 

1944 — April 9. 

1945— April 1. 

1S4H— April 21. 

1947— April 6. 

1948— Mar. 28. 

1949— April 17. 

1950— AprU 9. 

1951— Mar. 25. 

1952— April 13. 

1953 — April 5. 

1954— April 18. 

1955— April 10. 

1956— April 1. 

1957— April 21. 

1958— April 6. 

1959— Mar. 29. 

1960 — April 17. 

1961 — April 2. 

1962— April 22. 

1963— April 14. 

1964- Mar, 29. 

1965 — April 18. 

1966 — April 10. 

19G7— Mar. 26. 



1968— April 14. 
1969— April 6. 
1970— Mar. 29. 
1971— April 11. 
1972— April 2. 
1973— April 22. 
1974 — April 14. 
1975— Mar. 30. 
1976— April 18. 
1977 — April 10. 
1978— Mar. 26. 
1979— April 15. 
1980 — April 6. 
1981— April 19. 
1982— April 11. 
1983— April 3. 
1984— April 22. 
1985— April 7. 
1986— Mar. 30. 
1987— April 19. 
1988— April 3. 
1989 — Mar. 26. 
1990 — April 15. 
1991 — Mar. 31. 
1992— April 19. 
1993— April 11, 
1994— April 3. 
1995— April 16. 
1996— April 7. 
1997— Mar. 30. 
1998— April 12, 
1999 — April 4. 
2000— April 23. 



Easter Sunday (Easter Day) is tlie first Sunday after the Pasctial Full Moon, tliat is the first Sunday 
after the full moon on or next .after Maixh 21, and therefore cannot be earlier than March 22, or later than 
April 25. If the full moon falls on a Sunday, theu Easter Day is the next Sunday. 

Lent begins on Ash Wednesday- which comes 40 days previous to Ea ster Sunday, not counting Sundays. 

TABLE OF DAYS SETWEEM TWO DATES. 

A TABLE OF THE NUMBER OF DAYS BETWEEN ANY TWO DAYS WITHIN TWO YEARS. 



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3 
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i 


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1 


1 


32 


60 


91 


121 


1.52 


182 


213 


244 


274 


305 


.335 


1 


366 


397 


425 


4.56 


486 


517 


,547 


578 


609 


639 


670 


700 


2 


2 


33 


61 


92 


122 


1,53 


183 


214 


245 


275 


306 


336 


2 


367 


398 


426 


4,57 


487 


5i^ 


548 


.579 


610 


640 


671 


701 


3 


3 


34 


62 


93 


123 


1,54 


184 


215 


246 


27(> 


307 


337 


3 


3(i8 


399 


427 


4,58 


488 


519 


.549 


580 


611 


641 


672 


702 


4 


4 


35 


63 


94 


124 


155 


185 


216 


247 


277 


308 


338 


4 


369 


400 


428 


459 


489 


520 


5.50 


,581 


612 


642 


673 


703 


.5 


.5 


36 


64 


95 125 


1.56 


186 


217 


248 


278 


309 


339 


5 


370 


401 


429 


460 


490 


,521 


,551 


582 


613 


643 


674 


704 


6 


6 


37 


65 


96 126 


1.57 


187 


218 


249 


279 


310 


340 


6 


371 


402 


430 


461 


491 


.522 


5.52 


583 


614 


(>44 


675 


705 


7 


7 


38 


66 


97 


127 


158 


IKS 


219 


2.50 


280 


311 


,341 


7 


372 


403 


431 


462 


492 


523 


553 


584 


615 


645 


676 


706 


« 


8 


39 


67 


98 


128 


1.59 


189 


220 


251 


281 


312 


342 


8 


373 


404 


432 


4«)3 


493 


524 


5,54 


585 


616 


646 


677 


707 


9 


9 


40 


68 


99 


129 


160 


190 


221 


252 


282 


313 


343 


9 


374 


405 


433 


464 


494 


,525 


555 


586 


617 


647 


678 


708 


10 


10 


41 


69 


100 


130 


161 


191 


222 


2,53 


283 


314 


344 


10 


375 


406 


434 


465 


-195 


526 


556 


,587 


618 


648 


679 


709 


11 


n 


42 


70 


101 


131 


162 


192 


223 


2.54 


284 


315 


345 


11 


376 


407 


435 


466 


496 


,527 


557 


588 


619 


649 


680 


710 


12 


12 


43 


71 


102 


132 


163 


193 


224 


2.55 


285 


316 


346 


12 


377 


408 


436 


467 


497 


,528 


558 


589 


620 


6,50 


681 


711 


13 


13 


44 


72 


103 


133 


164 


194 


225 


256 


286 


317 


347 


13 


378 


409 


437 


468 


498 


,529 


559 


590 


621 


651 


682 


712 


14 


14 


45 


73 


104 


1.34 


165 


195 


226 


257 


287 


318 


348 


14 


379 


410 


438 


4(i9 


499 


530 


,560 


,591 


622 


6.52 


683 


713 


15 


15 


4(1 


74 


105 


1.35 


166 


196 


227 


2.58 


288 


319 


349 


15 


380 


411 


439 


470 


,500 


531 


,561 


,592 


623 


653 


684 


714 


16 


16 


47 


75 


106 


136 


167 


197 


228 


259 


289 


320 


3.50 


16 


381 


412 


440 


471 


,501 


532 


,562 


593 


624 


654 


685 


715 


17 


17 


4-K 


76 


107 


1,37 


168 


198 


229 


260 


290 


321 


351 


17 


382 


413 


441 


472 


.502 


533 


563 


594 


325 


655 


686 


716 


18 


18 


49 


77 


108 


138 


169 


199 


2.30 


261 


291 


322 


3,52 


18 


383 


414 


442 


473 


5f)3 


534 


564 


,595 


626 


656 


687 


717 


19 


19 


50 


78 


109 


139 


170 


200 


231 


262 


292 


323 


353 


19 


384 


415 


443 


474 


,504 


.535 


565 


.596 


627 


657 


688 


718 


'M 


20 


51 


79 


110 


140 


171 


201 


232 


263 


293 


324 


354 


20 


385 


416 


444 


475 


,505 


536 


566 


597 


628 


658 


689 


719 


21 


21 


52 


80 


111 


141 


172 


202 


233 


264 


294 


325 


3,55 


21 


386 


417 


445 


476 


,506 


537 


567 


,598 


629 


6,59 


690 


720 


22 


22 


53 


81 


112 


142 


173 


203 


234 


265 


295 


326 


356 


221387 


418 


446 


477 


,507 


538 


568 


,599 


630 


660 


691 


721 


23 


23 


54 


H2 


113 


143 


174 


204 


235 


266 


296 


327 


357 


23 


388 


419 


447 


478 


,508 


539 


.569 


600 


631 


661 


692 


722 


24 


24 


55 


83 


114 


144 


175 


205 


236 


267 


297 


328 


358 


24 


3,89 


420 


448 


479 


.509 


540 


570 


601 


632 


662 


693 


723 


25 


25 


56 


84 


115 


145 


176 


206 


237 


268 


298 


329 


359 


25 


390 


421 


449 


480 


510 


541 


.571 


602 


(i33 


663 


694 


724 


26 


26 


67 


85 


116 


146 


177 


207 


238 


269 


299 


,330 


360 


26 


391 


422 


4.50 


481 


511 


542 


.572 


603 


634 


664 


695 


725 


27 


27 


58 


86 


117 


147 


178 


208 


239 


270 


300 


331 


361 


27 


392 


423 


451 


482 


512 


543 


573 


604 


635 


665 


696 


726 


28 


28 


69 


87 


118 


148 


179 


209 


240 


271 


.301 


332 


362 


28 


393 


424 


4,52 


483 


513 


544 


,574 


605 


636 


666 


697 


727 


29 


29 




HH 


119 


149 


180 


210 


241 


272 


302 


333 


363 


29 


394 




453 


484 


514 


545 


,575 


606 


<)37 


667 


698 


728 


30 


30 


. . . 


«9 


120 


1,50 


181 


211 


242 


273 


303 


3,34 


364 


30 


395 




454 


485 


515 


546 


576 


607 


638 


668 


699 


729 


31 


31 




90 




151 


...'212 


243 




1304 




365 


31 


396 




455 




516 




577 


608. 




669 




V30 



The above table applies to ordinary years only. For leap year, one day muse be added to eacti number 
Ol days after February 28. 

Only the time of moonrlse Is given from the date of Full Moon to that of New Moon; this Is indicated 
In the Calendar by the word "rises" on the date of Full Moon. Only the time of moon.set is given from the 
«3ate of New Moon to that of Full Moon; this Is indicated by the word "sets" on the date of New Moon. 
Immediately after the words "rises" and "sets," the time Is P. M. and continues so until A. M. appears In 

tbe column. 

NOTICE AS TO CALENDAR ON 12 FOLLOWING PACES. 

The Calendar given on the following 12 pages is in local mean time. "Sun on Meridian of Wash- 
ington" gives the local mean time of the sun's southing, e.Kactly true, for Washington, arid true within 4 
seconds for any place In the United States. 





1st Montk. 






JA 


NUAI 


W, 1921. 








31 Days. 


1 

o 


1 

o 

■ 1 


CJalendar for 

BOSTON, 

New England, 

N. Y. State, 

Michigan, Wisconsin, 

N. and S. Dalcota, 

Wasiilngton, and 

Oregon. i 


Calendar for 

New York Citv, 

- Connecticut, 

Pennsylvania, Ohio, 

Indiana. Illinois, 

Iowa, Nebraska, 

Wyoming, and 

Northern California. 


Calendar for 

Washington, 

Virginia, Kentucky, 

Missouri. Kansas, 

Colorado, Utah, 

Nevada, and 

Central California. 


Calendar for 

Charle.ston, 

Georgia, Alabama, 

Louisiana, Arkansas, 

Texas, New Mexico. 

Arizona, and 
Southern California. 


P 


Rises. 


Bun 
Sets. 


Moon 
n. & s. 


Sun 

RISES. 


SUN 

Sets, 


Moon 
R. & s. 


Sun 

RISES. 


Sun 

Sets. 


MOON 
R. to 8. 


Sun 

RISES 


Sun 
Sets. 


MO.ON 
R. & S 


1 


Sa 


H. M 

7 29 


H. M. 

4 38 


H. M. 

12 17 


H. M. 

7 24 


H. M. 

4 43 


H. M. 

12 16 


H. M. 

7 10 


H. M. 

4 49 


H. M. 

12 15 


U. M. 

7 3 


H. M. 

5 5 


H. M. 

12 11 


2 


S 


7 30 


4 39 


1 20 


7 25 


4 44 


1 19 


7 19 


4 49 


1 17 


7 3 


5 6 


1 10 


3 


M 


7 30 


4 40 


2 22 


7 25 


4 45 


2 19 


7 19 


4 50 


2 10 


7 3 


5 6 


2 7 


4 


Tu 


7 30 


4 41 


3 21 


7 25 


4 46 


3 18 


7 19 


4 51 


3 14 


7 3 


5 7 


3 2 


5 


W 


7 30 


4 42 


4 17 


7 25 


4 47 


4 13 


7 19 


4 52 


4 9 


7 3 


5 8 


3 56 


6 


Th 


7 29 


4 43 


5 9 


7 25 


4 48 


5 5 


7 19 


4 53 


5 1 


7 3 


5 9 


4 47 


- 7 


Fr 


7 29 


4 44 


5 58 


7 24 


4 48 


5 54 


7 19 


4 54 


5 50 


7 3 


"6 10 


%35 


8 


Sa 


7 29 


4 45 


6 42 


7 24 


4 49 


6 38 


7 19 


4 55 


6 34 


7 4 


5 10 


6 20 


9 


S 


7 29 


4 46 


sets. 


7 24 


4 50 


sets. 


7 19 


4 56 


sets. 


7 4 


5 11 


sets. 


10 


M 


7 29 


4 47 


6 31 


7 24 


4 52 


6 35 


7 19 


4 57 


6 38 


7 3 


5 12 


6 49 


11 


Tu 


7 28 


4 48 


7 29 


7 24 


4 53 


7 31 


7 19 


4 58 


7 34 


7 3 


5 13 


7 42 


12 


W 


7 28 


4 49 


8 26 


7 24 


4 54 


8 28 


7 18 


^59 


8 30 


7 3 


5 14 


8 36 


13 


Th 


7 28 


4 50 


9 25 


7 23 


4 b5 


9 26 


7 18 


5 


9 27 


7 3 


5 15 


9 30 


14 


Fr 


7 27 


4 51 


10 25 


7 23 


4 56 


10 25 


7 18 


5 1 


10 25 


7 3 


5 16 


10 25 


15 


Sa 


7 27 


4 52 


11 26 


7 22 


4 57 


11 25 


7 18 


5 2 


11 25 


7 3 


5 16 


11 21 


16 


S 


7 26 


4 54 


A.M. 


7 22 


4 58 


A.M. 


7 17 


5 3 


A.M. 


7 3 


5 17 


A.M. 


17 


M 


7 26 


4 a5 


12 29 


7 22 


4 59 


12 28 


7 17 


5 4 


12 26 


7 2 


5 18 


12 19 


18 


Tu 


7 25 


4 56 


1 34 


7 21 


5 


1 32 


7 10 


5 5 


1 29 


7 2 


5 19 


I 19 


19 


W 


7 25 


4 57 


2 40 


7 21 


5 1 


2 37 


7 16 


5 6 


2 33 


7 2 


5 20 


2 22 


20 


Th 


7 24 


4 58 


3- 46 


7 20 


5 3 


3 42 


7 15 


5 7 


3 38 


7 2 


5 21 


3^5 


21 


Fr 


7 24 


5- 


4 49 


7 19 


5 4 


4 45 


7 15 


5 8 


4 41 


7 1 


5 22 


4 27 


22 


Sa 


7 23 


5 1 


5 47 


7 19 


5 5 


5 43 


7 14 


5 10 


5 39 


7 1 


5 23 


5 26 


23 


S 


7 22 


5 2 


rises . 


7 18 


5 6 


rises. 


7 14 


5 11 


rises . 


7 


5 24 


rises . 


24 


M 


7 21 


5 3 


6 25 


7 17 


5 7 


6 28 


7 13 


5 12 


6 31 


7 


5 25 


6 39 


25 


Tu 


7 21 


5 5 


7 40 


7 17 


5 9 


7 42 


7 12 


5 13 


7 43 


6 59 


5 26 


7 48 


26 


VV 


7 20 


5 6 


8 52 


7 16 


5 10 


8 53 


7 12 


5 14 


8 53 


6 59 


5 27 


8 54 


27 


Th 


7 19 


5 7 


10 1 


7 15 


5 11 


10 1 


7 11 


5 15 


10 


6 58 


5 28 


9 58 


28 


Fr 


7 18 


5 9 


11 7 


7 14 


5 12 


U 6 


7 10 


5 16 


11 5 


6 58 


5 29 


10 59 


29 


Sa 


7 17 


5 10 


A.M. 


7 13 


5 14 


A.M. 


7 9 


5 18 


A.M. 


6 57 


5 30 


11 59 


30 


s . . 


7 16 


5 11 


12 12 


7 13 


5 15 


12 10 


7 9 


5 19 


12 7 


6 57 


5 31 


A.M. 


31 


1\I 


7 15 


5 12 


1 13 


7 12 


5 16 


1 10 


7 8 


5 20} 1 7 


6 56 


5 32 


12 ^^i 









SUN 


OW WIERSDIAN OF WASHINGTON. 






D.VY OP 






Day OF 






Day OP 




Day OF 




Day OF 




Month 


H. 


M. B. 


Month 


H. 


M. S. 


Month 


H. M. S. 


MONTH 


H. M. S. 


Month 


H. M. 3. 


1 


12 


3 40 


8 


12 


6 49 


L^* 


12 9 12 


20 


12 11 10 


26 


12 12 41 


2 


12 


4 8 


9 


12 


7 14 


\5 


12 9 33 


21 


12 11 27 


27 


12 12 .54 


3 


12 


4 36 


10 


12 


7 39 


16 


12 9 54 


22 


12 11 44 


• 28r 


12 13 5 


4 


12 


5 3 


11 


12 


8 3 


17 


12 10 14 


23 


12 11 59 


29 


12 13 16 


5 


12 


5 30 


12 


12 


8 27 


18 


12 10 34 


24 


12 12 14 


30 


12 13 26 


6 


12 


5 57 


13 


12 


8 50 


19 


12 10 52 


25 


12 12 28 


31 


12 13 36 


7 


12 


6 23 





























TWI 


LICHT. 










PLACES. 


Jan. 


Begins, a.m. 


Ends, P.M. 


Jan. 


Begins, A.M. 


Ends, P.M. 


Jan. 


Begins, A.M. 


Ends, P.M. 






H. M. 


H. M. 




H. M. 


H. M. 




H. M. 


H. M. 


Boston 


1 


5 48 


6 19 


11 


5 48 


^ 28 


21 


5 45 


6 38 


New York 


1 


5 46 


6 22 


11 


5 46 


6 30 


21 


5 44 


6 40 


Wash'tonJ 


1 


5 43 


6 24 


11 


5 44 


6 32 


21 


5 42 


6 42 


Charleston 


1 


5 35 


6 33 


11 


5 36 


6 40 


21 


5 35 


6 48 





2nd Month. 






FEBRUARY, 


1921. 








28 Days. 


i 

a 

•5 


I 

03 


Calendar for 

Boston, 

New England, 

N. y. State, 

Michigan, Wisconsin, 

N. and S. Dalcota, 

Washington, and 

Oregon. 


Calendar for 

New York City, 

Connecticut, 

Pennsylvania, Ohio, 

Indiana, Illinois, 

Iowa, Nebraslta. 

Wyoming, and 

Northern California. 


Calendar for 

Washington, 

Virginia, Kentucky, 

Missouri, Kansas, 

Colorado, Utah, 

Nevada, and 

Central California. 


Calendar for 

Charleston, 

Georgia, Alabama, 

Louisiana, Arkansas, 

Texas, New Mexico, 

Arizona, and 
Southern California. 


>> 

P 


Sun 
Rises. 


Sun 
Sets. 


Moon 
R. & s. 


Sun 
Rises . 


Sun 
Sets. 


Moon 
R. & s. 


Sun 
Rises . 


Sun 
Sets. 


Moon 
R. & s. 


Sun 
Rises . 


Sun 
Sets. 


Moon 

R. & 8. 






H. M. 


H. M. 


H. M. 


H. M. 


H. M. 


H. M. 


H. M. 


H. M. 


H. "m. 


H. M. 


H. M. 


H. M. 


1 


Tu 


7 14 


5 14 


2 10 


7 11 


5 17 


2 7 


7 7 


5 21 


2 3 


6 55 


5 32 


1 51 


2 


W 


7 13 


5 15 


3 5 


7 10 


5 18 


3 1 


7 -6 


5 22 


2 57 


6 54 


5 34 


2 43 


3 


Th 


7 12 


5 16 


3 55 


7 9 


5 20 


3 51 


7 5 


5 23 


3 46 


6 54 


5 34 


3 32 


4 


Fr 


7 10 


5 18 


4 40 


7 8 


5 21 


4 36 


7 4 


5 24 


4 32 


6 53 


5 35 


4 18 


5 


Sa 


7 10 


5 19 


5 21 


7 7 


5 22 


5 17 


7 3 


5 26 


5 14 


6 52 


5 36 


5 1 


6 


S 


7 9 


5 20 


5 58 


7 6 


5 23 


5 55 


7 2 


5 27 


5 51 


6 52 


5 37 


5 40 


7 


M 


7 8 


5 22 


sets. 


. 7 4 


5 25 


sets. 


7 1 


5 28 


sets. 


6 51 


5 38 


sets. 


8 


Tu 


7 6 


5 23 


6 20 


7 3 


5 26 


6.22 


7 


5 29 


6 25 


6 50 


5 39 


6 31 


9 


W 


7 5 


5 24 


7 19 


7 2 


5 27 


7 20 


6 59 


5 30 


7 22 


6 49 


5 40 


7 25 


10 


Th 


7 4 


5 26 


8 19 


7 1 


5 28 


8 19 


6 58 


5 31 


8 20 


6 48 


5 41 


8 20 


11 


Fr 


7 3 


5 27 


9 19 


7 


5 30 


9 19 


6 57 


5 32 


9 18 


6 47 


5 42 


9 16 


12 


Sa 


7 1 


5 28 


10 21 


6 58 


5 31 


10 20 


6 56 


5 34 


10 18 


6 46 


5 43 


10 13 


13 


S 


7 


5 29 


11 24 


6 57 


5 32 


11 22 


6 54 


5 35 


11 20 


6 46 


5 44 


11 11 


14 


M 


6 59 


5 31 


A.M. 


6 56 


5 33 


A.M. 


6 53 


5 36 


A.M. 


6 45 


5 44 


A.M. 


15 


Tu 


6 57 


5 32 


12 28 


6 55 


5 34 


12 25 


6 52 


5 37 


12 22 


6 44 


5 45 


12 11 


16 


W 


Q 5Q 


5 33 


1 32 


6 53 


5 36 


1 28 


6 51 


5 38 


1 24 


6 43 


5 46 


1 12 


17 


Th 


6 54 


5 34 


2 34 


6 52 


5 37 


2 30 


6 50 


5 39 


2 25 


6 42 


5 47 


2 12 


18 


Fr 


6 53 


5 36 


3 32 


6 51 


5 38 


3 28 


6 48 


5 40 


3 24 


6 41 


5 48 


3 ID 


19 


Sa 


6 52 


5-^37 


4 25 


6 49 


5 39 


4 22 


6 47 


5 42 


4 18 


6 40 


5 49 


4 5 


2Q 


S 


6 50 


5 38 


5 12 


6 48 


5 40 


5 9 


6 46 


5 43 


5 6 


6 39 


5 50 


4 56 


21 


M 


6 49 


5 40 


5 55 


6 47 


5 42 


5 53 


6 44 


5 44 


5 51 


6 38 


5 50 


5 44 


22 


Tu 


6 47 


5 41 


rises. 


6 45 


5 43 


rises . 


6 43 


5 45 


rises. 


6 36 


5 51 


rises . 


23 


W 


6 46 


5 42 


7 37 


6 44 


5 44 


7 37 


6 42 


5 46 


7 38 


6 35 


5 52 


7 37 


24 


Th 


6 44 


5 43 


8 47 


6 42 


5 45 


8 46 


6 40 


5 47 


8 45 


6 34 


5 53 


8 41 


25 


Fr 


6 43 


5 45 


9 54 


6 41 


5 46 


9 52 


6 39 


5 48 


9 50 


6 33 


5 54 


9 44 


26 


Sa 


6 41 


5 46 


10 59 


6 39 


5 47 


10 56 


6 38 


5 49 


10 53 


6 32 


5 55 


10 43 


27 


S 


6 40 


5 47 


11 59 


6 38 


5 48 


11 56 


6 36 


5 50 


11 53 


3i 


5 56 


11 41 


28 


M 


6 38 


5 48 


A.M. 


6 36 


5 50 


A.M. 


6 35 


5 51 


A.M. 


6 30 


5 5% 


A.M. 


























































. 











SUN ON MERIDIAN OF WASHINGTON. 






Day or 




Day of 




Day of 




Day of 




Day of 




Month 


H. M. S. 


Month 


H. M. S. 


Month 


H. M. S 


Month 


H. M. S. 


Month 


H. M. a. 


1 


12 13 44 


7 


12 14 18 


13 


12 14 23 


19 


12 14 


25 


12 13 13 


2 


12 13 52 


8 


12 14 21 


14 


12 14 21 


20 


12 13 54 


26 


12 13 4 


3 


12 13 58 


9 


12 14 23 


15 


12 14 18 


21 


12 13 47 


27 


12 12 53 


4 


12 14 4 


10 


12 14 24 


16 


12 14 15 


22 


12 13 40 


28 


12 12 42 


5 


12 14 10 


11 


12 14 24 


17 


12 14 11 


23 


12 13 32 






6 


12 14 14 


12 


12 14 24 


18 


12 14 6 


24 


12 13 23 







TWILIGHT. 

Fet). Begins, a.m. Ends, p.m. 



Places. 



Boston. . . . 
New York 
Wash'ton.. 
Charleston 



H. M. 

5 38 
5 37 
5 36 
5 31 



H. M. 

6 51 
6 51 

6 52 
6 57 



11 
11 
11 
11 



H. M. 

5 28 
5 27 
5 27 
5 24 



Ends 


, P.M. 


Feb. 


Begins, a.m. 


Ends, P.M. 


H. 


M. 




H. M. 


H. M. 


7 


1 


21 


5 15 


7 13 


7 


2 


21 


5 15 


7 13 


7 


3 


21 


6 15 


7 13 


7 


5 


21 


5 15 


7 13 



uvd Month. 






MARCH, 1921. 








31 Days. 


5 

a 

i 
1 


1 

o 
Q 


Calendar for 

Boston, 

New E^ngland, 

N. Y. State, 

Michigan, Wisconsin, 

N. and S. Bakota, 

Washington, and 

Oregon. 


Calendar lor 

New York Citt, 

Connecticut, 

Pennsylvania, Ohio, 

Indiana, Illinois, 

Iowa, Nebraska, 

Wyoming, and 

Northern California. 


Calendar for 

Washington, 

Virginia, Kentucky, 

Missouri, Kansas, 

Colorado, Utah, 

Nevada, and 

Central California. 


Calendar for 

Charleston, 

Georgia, Alabama, 

Louisiana, Arkansas, 

Texas. New Mexico, 

Arizona, and 
Southern California. 


g 


Sun 
Rises. 


Sun 
Sets. 


Moon 
R. & s. 


Sun 
Rises. 


Sun 
Sets. 


Moon 

R. i .'3. 


Su.v 
Rises . 


S,UN 

Sets. 


Moon 
R. & s. 


Sun 
Rises. 


Son 
Sets. 


Moon 
R. & s. 


1 


Tu 


H. -M. 

6 36 


H. M. 

5 49 


H. M. 

12 56 


H. M. 

6 35 


H. M. 

5 51 


H. M. 

12 52 


H. M. 

6 33 


H. M. 

5 52 


H. M. 

12 48 


H. M. 

6 28 


H. M. 

5 57 


H. M. 

12 35 


^ 


W 


6 35 


5 51 


1 48 


6 33 


5 52 


1 44 


6 32 


5 53 


1 40 


6 27 


5 58 


1 26 


3 


Th 


6 33 


5 52 


2 36 


6 32 


5 53 


2 32 


6 30 


5 54 


2 28 


6 26 


5 59 


2 14 


4 


Fr 


6 31 


5 53 


3 19 


6 30 


5 54 


3 15 


6 29 


5 55 


3 11 


6 25 


6 


2 58 


5 


Sa 


6 30 


5 54 


3 57 


6 29 


5 55 


3 54 


6 27 


5 56 


3 50 


6 24 


6 


3 38 


6 


S 


6 28 


5 55 


4 32 


6 27 


5 56 


4 29 


6 28 


5 58 


4 20 


6 22 


6 1 


4 16 


7 


M 


6 26 


5 57 


5 4 


6 26 


5 58 


5 £ 


6 24 


5 59 


5 


6 21 


6 2 


4 52 


S 


Tu 


6 25 


5 58 


5 34 


6 24 


5 49 


5 33 


G 23 


6 G 


5 31 


6 20 


6 2 


5 26 


9 


W 


<j 23 


5 59 


set.s. 


6 22 


6 .0 


.sets. 


6 21 


6 1 


sets. 


6 19 


6 3 


.sets. 


10 


Th 


6 21 


6 


7 12 


6 21 


6 1 


7 12 


6 20 


6 2 


7 12 


6 17 


6 4 


7 10 


11 


Fr 


6 20 


fi 1 


8 14 


6 19 


6 2 


8 13 


6 18 


6 3 


8 12 


6 16 


6 5 


8 7 


12 


Sa 


6 18 


6 2 


9 17 


6 18 


6 3 


9 15 


6 17 


6 4 


9 13 


6 15 


6 5 


9 6 


13 


S 


3 !6 


6 4 


10 21 


6 16 


6 4 


10 18 


6 15 


6 5 


10 15 


6 14 


6 6 


10 5 


14 


M 


6 15 


6 5 


11 24 


6 14 


6 5 


11 21 


6 14 


6 6 


11 17 


6 12 


6 7 


11 6 


15 


Tu 


6 13 


6 6 


A.M. 


6 13 


6 6 


A.M. 


6 12 


6 7 


A.M. 


6 11 


6 8 


A.M. 


16 


W 


6 11 


6 7 


12 26 


6 11 


6 7 


12 22 


11 


6 8 


12 18 


6 10 


-6 8 


12 5 


17 


Til 


6 9 


9 8 


1 24 


6 9 


6 8 


1 20 


6 9 


6 9 


1 16 


6 8 


6 9 


1 2 


18 


Fr 


6 8 


6 9 


2 17 


6 8 


6 9 


2 14 


6 8 


6 10 


2 10 


6 7 


6 10 


1 57 


19 


Sa 


6 6 


eii 


3 5 


6 6 


6 10 


3 2 


6 G 


11 


2 58 


6 6 


6 10 


2 48 


20 


s 


6 4 


6 12 


3 48 


6 4 


12 


3 48 


6 4 


6 12 


3 43 


G 4 


6 11 


3 35 


21 


M 


G 2 


6 13 


4 27 


6 3 


6 13 


4 26 


6 3 


6 12 


4 24 


6 3 


6 12 


4 18 


22 


Tu 


6 1 


6 14 


5 3 


6 1 


6 14 


5 2 


6 1 


6 13 


5 2 


6 2 


6 13 


5 


23 


W 


5 59 


6 15 


nse.s . 


5 59 


6 15 


rises . 


6 


14 


rises . 


G 1 


6 13 


rises. 


24 


Th 


5 67 


6 IG 


7 32 


5 58 


6 16 


7 31 


'5 58 


6 15 


7 29 


5 59 


6 14 


7 24 


25 


Fr 


5 56 


6 17 


8 39 


5 56 


6,17 


8 37 


5 56 


6 16 


8 34 


5 58 


6 15 


8 26 


26 


Sa 


5 54 


6 19 


9 43 


5 54 


6 18 


9 40 


5 55 


6 17 


9 37 


5 56 


6 16 


9 28 


27 


S 


5 52 


6 20 


10 43 


5 53 


6 19 


10 40 


5 53 


6 18 


10 30 


5 55 


6 16 


10 23 


28 


M 


5 50 


6 21 


11 38 


5 51 


6 20 


11 34 


5 52 


6 19 


11 30 


5 54 


6 17 


11 17 


29 


Tu 


5 48 


6 22 


A.M. 


5 49 


6 21 


A.M. 


5 50 


6 20 


A.M. 


5 53 


6 18 


A.M. 


30 


W 


5 47 


6 23 


12 20 


5 48 


6 22 


12 25 


5 49 


6 21 


12.20 


5 51 


6 18 


12 6 


31 


Th 


5 45 


6 24 


1 14 


5 46 


6 23 


1 10 


5 47 


22 


1 6 


5 50 


. 6 19 


12 53 







SUN ON MERtOlAN OF WA 


SHCNCTON. 








Day or 




Day Of 




Day of 






Day of 






Day of 






Month 


H. M. a. 


Month 


H. M. e. 


Month 


n. 


M. a. 


Mo.vth 


11. 


M. S. 


Month 


H. 


M. S. 


1 


-12 12 31 


■ 8 


12 10 57 


14 


12 


9 22 


20 


12 


7 38 


26 


12 


5 48 


2 


12 12 19 


9 


12 10 42 


15 


12 


9 5 


21 


12 


7 20 


27 


12 


5 30 


3 


12 12 6 


10 


12 10 27 


16 


12 


8 48 


22 


12 


7 2 


28 


12 


5 11 


4 


12 11 .53 


11 


12 10 11 


17 


12 


8 31 


23 


12 


6 43 


29 


12 


4 53 


5 


12 11 40 


12 


12 9 55 


18 


12 


8 13 


24 


12 


6 25 


30 


12 


4 35 


6 


12 11 26 


13 


12 9 39 


19 


12 


7 56 


25 


12 


6 7 


31 


12 


4 16 


7 


12 11 12 






















* 











TWILIGHT. 








— 


Places. 


Mar: 


Beglna, a.m. 


Ends, P.M. 


Mar. 


Begins, A.M. 


Ends, P.M. 


Mar . 


Begins, A.M. 


Ends, P.M. 






B. M. 


H. M. 




H. M. 


H. M. 




H. M. 


H. M. 


Boston 


1 


fi 3 


7 23 


11 


4 46 


7 35 


21 


4 28 


7 47 


New York 1 


5 4 


7 22 


11 


4 48 


7 33 


21 


4 31 


7 45 


Wash'ton.. ! 


5 5 


7 21 


11 


4 50 


7 31 


21 


4 34 


7 42 


Charleston 


i 1 


\ 5 7 


7 19 


11 


4 54 


7 27 


21 


4 41 


7 34 





8th Month. 






AUGUST, 1921. 








31 D 


ays. 


i 

o 


s 

o 
Q 


Calendar for 

Boston, 

New England, 

N. Y. State, 

■ Michigan, Wisconsin, 

N. and S. Dakota, 

Washington, and 

Oregon. 


Calendar for 

New York City, 

Connecticut, 

Pennsylvania, Ohio, 

Indiana, Illinois, 

Iowa, Nebraska, 

Wyoming, and 

Northern CoJifornla. 


Calendar for 

Washington, 

Virginia, Kentucky, 

Missouri, Kansas, 

Colorado, Utah, 

Nevada, and 

Central Caifornla. 


Calendar for 

Charleston, 

Georgia, Alabama, 

Louisiana, Arkansas, 

Texas, New Mexico. 

Arizona, and 
Southern California. 




Sdn 

RISES. 


Sun 
Sets. 


Moon 

R * S. 


Sun 
Rises . 


Sun 
Sets. 


Moon 

R. Jb s. 


Sun 
Rises. 


Sun 
Sets. 


Moon 

R. h s. 


Sun 
Rises. 


Sun 
Sets. 


Moon 
R. & a. 






H. M. 


E. M. 


H. M 


H. M. 


H. M. 


H. M. 


H. AI 


H. M. 


H. M. 


H. M. 


H. M. 


H. M. 


1 


M 


4 52 


7 20 


2 22 


4 56 


7 16 


2 27 


5 


7 11 


2 3!^ 


5 13 


6 58 


2 46 


2 


Tu 


4 53 


7 19 


3 29 


4 57 


7 15 


3 33 


5 1 


7 10 


3 38 


5 14 


6 58 


3 52 


3 


W 


4 54 


7 18 


sets. 


4 58 


7 14 


sets. 


5 2 


7 9 


sets. 


5 15 


6 57 


sets. 


4 


Th 


4 55 


7 16 


7 35 


4 59 


7 13 


7 34 


5 3 


7 8 


7 32 


5 15 


6 58 


7 27 


5 


Fr 


4 56 


7 15 


8 13 


4 59 


7 12 


8 12 


5 4 


7 7 


8 12 


5 16 


6 5a 


8 10 


6 


Sa 


4 57 


7 14 


8 48 


5 


7 10 


8 49 


5 5 


7 6 


8 50 


5 17 


6 54 


8 51 


7 


s 


4 58 


7 13 


9 23 


5 2 


7 9 


9 24 


5 6 


7 5 


9 26 


5 18 


6 53 


9 31 


8 


M 


4 59 


7 11 


9 58 


5 3 


7 8 


10 


5 6 


7 4 


10 3 


5 18 


6 52 


10 11 


9 


Tu 


5 


7 10 


10 34 


5 4 


7 7 


10 38 


5 7 


7 3 


10 42 


5 19 


6 51 


10 52 


10 


W 


5 1 


7 9 


11 14 


5 4 


7 5 


11 18 


5 8 


7 2 


11 22 


5 20 


6 50 


11 34 


11 


Th 


5 2 


7 7 


11 56 


5 5 


7 4 


A.M. 


5 9 


7 


A.M. 


5 20 


6 49 


A.M. 


12 


Fr 


5 3 


7 6 


A. M. 


5 6 


7 3 


12 1 


5 10 


6 59 


12 6 


5 21 


6 48 


12 19 


13 


Sa 


5 4 


7 4 


12 42 


5 7 


7 1 


12 47 


5 11 


6 58 


12 52 


5 22 


6 47 


1 7 


14 


S 


5 5 


7 3 


1 32 


5 8 


7 


1 37 


5 12 


6 57 


1 42 


5 22 


6 46 


1 56 


15 


M 


5 6 


7 ,2 


2 24 


5 9 


6 59 


2 28 


5 13 


6 5o 


2 33 


5 23 


6 45 


2 47 


16 


Tu 


5 8 


7 


3 18 


5 19 


6 57 


3 22 


5 14 


6 54 


3 27 


5 24 


6 44 


3 39 


17 


W 


5 9 


6 59 


4 14 


5 11 


6 56 


4 18 


5 14 


6 53 


4 21 


5 24 


6 43 


4 31 


18 


Th 


5 10 


6 57 


rises 


5 12 


6 54 


rises. 


5 15 


6 51 


rises . 


5 25 


6 42 


rises. 


19 


Fr 


5 11 


6 56 


7 12 


5 13 


6 53 


7 11 


5 16 


6 50 


7 10 


5 26 


6 41 


7 7 


20 


Sa 


5 12 


6 54 


7 40 


5 14 


6 52 


7 40 


5 17 


6 49 


7 40 


5 26 


6 40 


7 39 


^1 


S • 


5 13 


6 53 


8 8 


5 15 


6 50 


8 9 


5 18 


6 47 


8 10 


5 27 


6 39 


8 12 


n 


M 


5 14 


6 51 


8 38 


5 16 


6 49 


8 40 


5 19 


6 46 


8 42 


5 28 


6 38 


8 46 


'3 


Tu 


5 15 


6 50 


9 10 


5 17 


6 47 


9 12 


5 20 


6 44 


9 15 


5 28 


6 36 


9 22 


24 


W 


'5 16 


6 48 


9 46 


5 18 


6 46 


9 49 


5 21 


6 43 


9 52 


5 29 


6 35 


10 2 


25 


Th 


5 17 


6 46 


10 26 


5 19 


6 44 


10 30 


5 22 


6 41 


10 34 


5 30 


6 34 


10 47 


26 


Fr 


5 18 


6 45 


11 13 


5 20 


6 42 


11 17 


5 23 


6 40 


11 22 


5 30 


6 33 


11 36 


27 


Sa 


5 19 


6 43 


A.M. 


5 21 


6 41 


A.M. 


5 24 


6 38 


A.M. 


5 31 


6 31 


A.M. 


28 


S 


5 20 


6 41 


12 7 


5 22 


6 39 


12 12 


5 25 


6 37 


12 17 


5 32 


6 30 


12 31 


29 


M 


5 21 


6 40 


1 9 


5 23 


6 38 


1 13 


5 26 


6 36 


1 18 


5 32 


6 29 


1 32 


30 


Tu 


5 22 


6 38 


2 17 


5 24 


6 36 


2 21 


5 26 


6 34 


2 25 


5 33 


6 28 


2 37 


31 


W 


5 23 


6 36J 


3 29. 


5 25 


6 35 


3 32 


5 27 


6 33 


3 36 


5 34 


6 26 


3 46 



-^^ 






SUN 


ON MERIDIAN 


OF WASHINGTON. 








Day op 




1 


Day of 






Day of 






Day of 






Day of 






Month 


H. 


M. 3. 


Month 


H. 


M. 8. 


Month 


H. 


M. a. 


Month 


H. 


M. S. 


Month 


H. 


M. _S. 


1 


12 


6 9 


8 


12 


5 31 


14 


12 


4 34 


20 


12 


3 18 


26 


12 


1 45 


2 


12 


6 6 


9 


12 


5 23 


15 


12 


4 23 


21 


12 


3 4 


27 


12 


1 28 


3 


12 


6 1 


10 


12 


5 14 


16 


12 


4 11 


22 


12 


2 49 


28 


12 


1 11 


4 


12 


5 56 


11 


12 


5 6 


17 


12 


3 59 


23 


12 


2 34 


29 


\1 


54 


5 


12 


5 51 


12 


12 


4 55 


18 


12 


3 46 


24 


12 


2 18 


30 


12 


'i% 


6 


12 


5 45 


13 


12 


4 45 


19 


12 


3 32 


25 


12 


2 2 


31 


12 


17 


7 


12 


5 38 



























TWILIGHT . 

Aug. Begins, a.m. Ends, p.m. Aug. Begins a.m. Ends, p.m. Aug. Begins, a.m. Ends, p.m. 



Places. 



Boston. . . . 

V York 

sh'ton.. 

'-*-.n 



H. M. 

2 56 

3 5 
3 14 
3 40 



H. M. 

9 16 
9 7 
8 57 
8 32 



11 
11 
11 
11 



H. M. 

3 12 
3 21 
3 28 
3 50 



H. M. 

8 57 
8 49 
8 42 
8 20 



21 
21 
21 
21 



H. M. 

3 28 
3 34 
3 41 
3 59 



H. M. 

8 37 
8 31 

8 24 
8 7 



9th Moi 


ith. 






SEPTEMBER, 


1921. 








30 Days. 


\ 

,a 




5 

o 
Q 


©alendar for 

Boston, 

New England, 

N. Y. Btato, 

Michigan, Wisconsin, 

N. and S Dakota, 

Washington, and 

Oregon. 


Calendar for 

New York Cm-, 

Connecticut. 

Pennsylvania, Ohio, 

Indiana, Illinois, 

Iowa", Nebraslta, 

Wyoming, and 

Northern California. 


Calendar for 

W.tSHlNOTON, 

VirKlula, Kentuclcy, 

Missouri, Kansas, 

Colorado, Utah, 

Nevada, and 

Central California. 


Calendar for 

Charleston, 

Georgia. Alab. ma, 

Louisiana, Arltansas, 

Texas, New Mexico, 

Arizona, and 
Southern California. 





Sun 
Rises. 


Son 
Sets. 


Moon 

B. 4 s. 


Sun 
Rises . 


Sun 
Sets. 


Moon 
R. & s. 


Sun 
Rises 


Sun 
Set,?. 


Moon 
R. & s. 


Sun 
Rises . 


Sun 
Sets. 


Moo.\ 

R. * 8 






B. M. 


H. M. 


H. M. 


H. M. 


H. M. 


H. M. 


H. M. 


H. M 


H. M. 


H. M. 


H. M. 


H. M. 


1 


Th 


5 24 


6 35 


sets. 


5 26 


6 33 


sets. 


5 28 


6^1 


sets. 


5 34 


6 25 


sets. 


2 


Fr 


5 26 


6 33 


6 43 


5 27 


6 32 


6 43 


5 29 


6 30 


6 43 


5 35 


6 24 


6 42 


3 


Sa 


5 27 


6 31 


7 18 


5 28 


6 30 


7 20 


5 30 


6 28 


7 21 


5 36 


6 23 


7 24 


4 


S 


5 28 


^ 30 


7 54 


5 29 


6 28 


7 56 


5 31 


6 26 


7 59 


5 36 


6 21 


8 5 


5 


M 


5 29 


6 28 


8 31 


3U 


6 27 


8 35 


5 32 


6 25 


8 38 


5 37 


6 20 


8 47 


6 


Tu 


5 30 


6 26 


9 11 


5 31 


6 25 


9 15 


5 33 


6 23 


§ 19 


5 38 


6 19 


9 30 


7 


W 


5 31 


6 25 


9 53 


.3 32 


6 23 


9 58 


5 34 


6 22 


10 2 


5 38 


6 18 


10 15 


8 


Th 


5 32 


6 23 


10 39 


5 33 


6 22 


10 44 


5 34 


6 20 


10 48 


5 39 


6 16 


11 2 


9 


\\ 


5 33 


6 21 


11 28 


5 34 


G 20 


ftl 32 
A.M. 


5 35 


6 19 


11 37 


5 39 


6 15 


11 51 


10 


Sa 


5 34 


6 19 


A.M 


5 35 


G 18 


5 36 


6 17 


A.M. 


5 40 


6 14 


A.M. 


11 


S 


5 35 


6 18 


12 19 


5 36 


6 16 


12 24 


5 37 


6 16 


12 28 


5 41 


6 12 


12 42 


12 


M 


5 36 


6 16 


1 13 


5 37 


6 15 


1 17 


5 38 


6 14 


1 21 


5 41 


6 11 


1 34 


13 


Tu 


5 37 


6 14 


2 8 


5 38 


6 13 


2 11 


5 39 


6 12 


2 15 


5 42 


6 10 


2 26 


14 


W 


5 38 


6 12 


3 4 


5 39 


6 12 


3 7 


5 40 


6 11 


3 10 


5 43 


6 8 


3 19 


15 


Th 


5 39 


6 10 


4 1 


5 40 


6 10 


4 3 


5 41 


6 9 


4 6 


5 43 


6 7 


4 12 


16 


Fr 


5 40 


6 9 


4 59 


5 41 


6 8 


5 


5 42 


6 8 


5 2 


5 44 


6 5 


5 5 


17 


Sa 


5 41 


6 7 


rises . 


5 42 


6 6 


rises . 


5 43 


6 6 


rises. 


5 45 


6 4 


rises . 


18 


S 


5 42 


6 5 


6 42 


5 43 


6 5 


6 43 


5 43 


6 4^ 


6 44 


5 45 


6 3 


6 48 


19 


M 


5 44 


3 


7 13 


5 44 


6 3 


7 15 


5 44 


6 3 


7 18 


5 46 


%\ 


7 24 


20 


Tu 


5 45 


6 2 


7 47 


5 45 


6 1 


7 50 


5 45 


6 1 


7 54 


5 46 


8 3 


21 


W 


5 46 


6 


8 26 


5 46 


6 


8 30 


5 46 


6 


8 34 


5 47 


5 59 


8 46 


22 


Th 


5 47 


5 58 


9 10 


5 47 


5 58 


9 15 


5 47 


5 58 


9 19 


5 48 


5 57 


^9 32 


23 


Fr 


5 48 


5 56 


10 1 


5 48 


5 56 


10 6 


5 48 


5 50 


10 10 


5 48 


5 56 


10 ^^ 


24 


Sa 


5 49 


5 55 


10 55 


o 49 


5 55 


11 3 


5 49 


5 55 


11 8 


5 49 


5 55 


t 


25 


S 


5 50 


5 53 


A.M. 


4 50 
5"51 


5 53 


A.M. 


5 50 


5 53 


A.M. 


5 50 


5 53 


A.M. 


26 


M 


5 51 


5 51 


12 1 


5 51 


12 6 


5 51 


5 51 


12 10 


5 50 


5 52 


12 23 


27 


Tu 


5 52 


5 49 


1 10 


5 52 


5 50 


1 13 


5 52 


5 50 


1 17 


5 51 


5 51 


1 28 


28 


W 


5 53 


5 48 


2 20 


5 53 


5 48 


2 23 


5 52 


5 48 


2 26 


5 52 


5 49 


2 34 


29 


Th 


5 54 


5 46 


3 33 


5 54 


5 46 


3 35 


5 53 


5 47 


3 37 


5 52 


5 48 


3 42 


30 


Fr 


5 55 


5 44 


4 46 


5 55 


5 44 


4 47 


5 54 


5 45 


4 48 


5 53 


5 47 


4 4^ 



SUN OH MERIDIAN OF WASHINGTON. 



Day of 




Day of 




Day of 


" — 


Day op 




Day of 




Month 


H. M. e. 


Month 


H. M. S. 


Month 


H. M. S. 


Month 


H. M. S. 


IV^ONTH 


H M. 8. 


1 


11 59 59 


7 


11 58 2 


13 


11 55 57 


19 


11 53 50 


25 


11 51 44 


2 


11 59 40 


8 


11 57 41 


14 


11 55 36 


20 


11 53 28 


- 26 


11 51 23 


3 


11 59 «1 


9 


11 57 21 


- 15 


11 55 15 


21 


11 53 7 


27 


11 51 3 


4 


11 59 1 


10 


11 57 


16 


11 54 53 


22 


11 52 46 


28 


11 50 43 


5 


11 58 42 


11 


11 56 39 


17 


11 54 32 


23 


11 52 25 


29 


11 50 23 


6 


11 58^22 


12 


11 56 18 


18 


11 54 11 


24 


11 52 4 


30 


11 50 4 











TWILICHT. 










PLACES. 


[S«}j>t. 


Begins, A.M 


Ends. P.M. 


Sept 


Begins, a.m. 


Ends, P.M. 


Sept 


Begins, a.m. 


Ends, P.M. 


— _ 




H. M. 


H. M. 




H. M. 


H. M. 




H. M. 


H. M. 


Boston 


1 


3 44 


8 15 


11 


3 58 


7 54 


21 


4 11 


7 34 - 


New York 


1 


3 49 


8 10 


11 


' 4 2 


7 50 


21 


^ 4 14 


7 32 


Wash'ton.. 


1 


3 54 


8 5 


11 


4 6 


7 47 


21 


4 17 


7 29 






< o 


fY " •* 


"I 


4 17 


7 "" 


oi 


• ' - 







1 0th Mc 


»nth. 






OCTOBER, 1921. 








31; Days. 


5 

< 

o 


-A 

CJ 

r. 

o 
>> 

Q 


Calendar for 

• BOSTON, 

New England, 

N. Y. State. 

; Michigan, Wisconsin, 

N. and S. Dakota, 

Washington, and 

Oregon. 


Calendar for 

New York City, 

Connecticut, 

Pennsylvania, Ohio, 

Indiana, Illinois, 

Iowa, Nebraska, 

Wyoming, and 

5 Northern California. 


Calendar for 

Washington, 

Virginia, Kentucky, 

Missouri, Kansas, 

Colorado, Utah, 

Nevada, and 

Central California. 


Calendar for 

Charleston, 

Georgia, Alabama, 

Louisiana, Arkansas, 

Texas. New Mexico, 

Arizona, and 
Southern California. 




Sun 
Rises . 


Sun 
Sets. 


Moon 
R. &. s. 


Sun 
Rises . 


Sun 
Sets. 


Moon 
R. & s. 


Sun 
Rises . 


Sun 
Sets. 


Moon 

R. & S. 


Sun 
Rises . 


Sun 
Sets. 


Moon 
K. & s. 


1 


Sa 


H. M. 

5 56 


H. M. 

5 42 


H. M. 

sets. 


H. M. 

5 56 


H. M. 

5 43 


H. M. 

sets. 


H. M. 

5 55 


H. M. 

5 43 


H. M. 

sets. 


H. M. 

5 54 


H. M. 

5 45 


H. M. 

sets. 


2 


vS 


5 58 


5 41 


6 25 


5 57 


5 41 


6 27 


5 56 


5 42 


6 30 


5 54 


5 44 


6 38 


3 


M 


5 59 


5 39 


7 4 


5 58 


5 40 


7 7 


5 57 


5 40 


7 11 


5 55 


5 43 


7 21 


4 


Tu 


6 


5 37 


7 46 


5 59 


5 38 


7 50 


5 58 


5 39 


7 54 


5 56 


5 41 


8 7 


5 


W 


6 1 


5 35 


8 32 


6 


5 36 


8 36 


5 59 


5 37 


8 41 


5 56 


5 40 


8 54 


6 


Th 


6 2 


5 34 


9 20 


6 1 


5 35 


9 25 


6 


5 36 


9 SO 


5 57 


5 39 


9 44 


7 


Fr 


6 3 


5 32 


10 11 


6 2 


5 33 


10 16 


6 1 


5 ^4 


10 21 


5 58 


5 38 


10 35 


8 


Sa 


6 4 


5 30 


11 5 


6 3 


5 31 


11 9 


6 2 


5 33 


11 14 


5 59 


5 36 


11 27 


9 


S 


6 5 


5 29 


11 59 


6 4 


5 30 


A.M. 


6 3 


5 31 


A.M. 


5 59 


5 35 


A. M. 


10 


M 


6 7 


5 27 


A.M. 


6 5 


,5 28 


12 4 


6 4 


5 30 


12 8 


6 


5 34 


12 19 


11 


Tu 


6 8 


5 25 


12 56 


6 6 


5 27 


12 59 


6 5 


5 28 


1 2 


6 1 


5 32 


1 12 


12 


W 


6 9 


5 24 


1 52 


6 8 


5 25 


1 54 


6 G 


5 27 


1 57 


6 2 


5 31 


2 4 


13 


Th 


6 10 


5 22 


2 49 


6 9 


5 24 


2 51 


6 7 


5 25 


2 53 


6 2 


5 30 


2 58 


14 


Fr 


6 11 


5 20 


3 47 


6 10 


5 22 


3 48 


6 8 


5 24 


3 49 


6 3 


5 29 


3 51 


15 


Sa 


6 12 


5 19 


4 46 


6 11 


5 20 


4 46 


6 9 


5 22 


4 4G 


6 4 


5 28 


4 45 


16 


S 


6 14 


5 17 


rises . 


6 12 


5 19 


rises . 


6 10 


5 21 


rises. 


6 4 


5 26 


rises. 


17 


M 


6 15 


5 16 


5 48 


6 13 


5 17 


5 51 


6 11 


5 19 


5 54 


6 5 


5 25 


6 2 


18 


Tu 


6 16 


5 14 


6 26 


6 14 


5 16 


6 30 


6 12 


5 18 


6 33 


6 6 


5 24 


6 44 


19 


W 


6 17 


5 12 


7 9 


6 15 


5 14 


7 13 


6 13 


5 17 


7 18 


6 7 


5 23 


7 30 


20 


Th 


6 18 


5 11 


■7 58 


6 16 


5 13 


8 3 


6 14 


5 15 


8 7 


6 8 


5 22 


8 21 


21 


Fr 


6 19 


5 9 


8 53 


6 17 


5 12 


8 58 


6 15 


5 14 


9 2 


6 8 


5 21 


9 16 


22 


Sa 


6 21 


5 8 


9 54 


6 18 


5 10 


9 58 


6 16 


5 13 


10 3 


6 9 


5 20 


10 16 


?3 


S 


6 22 


5 6 


10 59 


6 20 


5 9 


11 3 


6 17 


5 11 


11 7 


6 10 


5 18 


11 18 




H 


6 23 


5 5 


A.M. 


6 21 


5 7 


A.M. 


6 18 


5 10 


A.M. 


6 11 


5 17 


A. M. 


^t* 


- u 


6 24 


5 4 


12 7 


6 22 


5 6 


12 10 


6 19 


5 9 


12 14 


6 12 


5 16 


12 22 


26 


W V 


6 25 


5 2 


1 17 


6 23 


5 5 


1 19 


6 20 


5 7 


1 21 


6 12 


5 15 


1 27 


27 


Th 


6 27 


5 1 


2 27 


6 24 


5 3 


2 28 


6 21 


5 6 


2 80 


G 13 


5 14 


2 33 


28 


Fr 


6 28 


4 59 


3 38 


6 25 


5 2 


3 38 


6 22 


5 5 


3 38 


6 14 


5 13 


3 38 


29 


Sa 


6 29 


4 58 


4 48 


6 26 


5 1 


4 48 


6 24 


5 4 


4 47 


6 15 


5 12 


4 43 


30 


S ^ 


6 30 


4 57 


sets. 


6 28 


4 59 


sets. 


6 25 


5 2 


sets. 


G 16 


5 12 


sets. 


31 


M 


6 32 


4 55 


5 37 


6 29 


4 58 


5 41 


6 26 


5 1 


5 45 


6 16 


5 11 


5 56 









SUN ON MERIDIAN OF WASHINGTON. 








Day of 






Day of 




Day of 




Day of 




DAY OF 






Month 


H. 


M. S. 


■Month 


H. M. S. 


Month 


H. M. S. 


Month 
20 


H. ;,!. s. 


Month 


h. 


M. 3. 


1 




49 44 


8 


11 47 38 


14 


11 46 6 


11 44 53 


26 


-i 1 


44 4 


2 




49 25 


9 


11 47 22 


15 


11 45 53 


21 


11 44 43 


27 




43 58 


3 




49 V 


10 


11 47 6 


16 


11 45 40 


22 


11 44 34 


28 




43 53 


4 




48 48 


11 


11 46 50 


17 


11 45 27 


23 


11 44 25 


29 




43 49 


5 




48 30 


12 


11 46 35 


18 


11 45 15 


24 


11 44 17 


30 




43 46 


6 




48 13 


13 


11 46 20 


19 


11 45 4 


25 


11 44 10 


31 




43 43 


- 7 




47 55 





















TWILIGHT. 

Oct . Begins, A.M. Ends, P.M. Oct . Begins, a ^m. Ends, p.m. Oct . Begins. 4. m. Ends, p.m. 



Places. 



Boston.. . . 

New York 

Vash'ton.. 



H. M. 

4 23 
4 25 

4 27 
4 32 



H. M. 

7 16 
7 14 

7 12 

7 7 



11 
11 

ii- 
11 



H. M. 

4 34 
4 35 
4 37 
4 39 



H. 



6 58 
6 57 
6 56 
6 54 



21 
21 
21 
21 



M. 



4 4G 
4 46 
4 46 
4 46 



" M. 

6 4-3 

6 43 

6 43 

r. <o 



1 


tlth Mo 


iilh. 

C';Kv;dar 1 

iiOSTON, 

New Enijla 

N. y. St,a 

Michigan, Wis 

N and S. Da 

Washington, 

Oregon. 




7^iOV 


£MBEK, 1921. 






30 Days. 


s 

o 
o 


o 


or 

ncl, 

consin, 
kota, 
and 


Calendar for 

Ne>v York City, 

Connecticut, 

Pennsylvania, Oliio, 

Indiana, Illinois, 

Iowa, Nebraska, 

Wyoming, and 

Northern California. 


(Jalandar for 

Wa.shington, 

Vli't'iula, Kentuclcy, 

Mi.ssouri, Kansas, 

Calorado, Utah, 

Nevada, and 

Central California. 


Calendar for 

CHARLESTON, 

Georgia, Alabama. 
I^ouisiana, Arltansas, 
Texas, New Mexico, 

Ariaona, and 
Southern California. 


n 

a 


Sun 
Rhes. 


Sun 
Sets. 


MOON 
R. t s. 


SUN- 
RISES. 


Sun 
Sets.. 


Moon 

R. k 6. 


Sun 
Rises . 


Sun 
Sets. 


M N 

n. & s. 


Sun 

RISES. 


Sun 
Sets. 


MOC 

R. & .'■ 


1 


Tu 


H. M. 

6 33 


H. M. 

4 54 


H. M. 

6 21 


H. M. 

6 30 


H. M. 

4 57 


H. M. 

6 25 


H. M. 

6 27 


H. M. 

5 


H. M. 

6 30 


H. M. 

6 17 


H. M. 

5 10 


H. M. 

6 43 


2 


W 


6 34 


4 53 


7 10 


31 


4 56 


7 14 


6 28 


4 59 


7 18 


6 18 


5 9 


7 32 


3 


Th 


35 


4 51 


8 


6 32 


4 54 


8 5 


6 29 


4 58 


8 10 


6 19 


5 8 


8 24 


4 


I'^r 


6 87 


4 50 


8 54 


6 33 


4 53 


8 58 


6 30 


4 57 


9 3 


6 20 


5 7 


9 16 


5 


Sa 


6 38 


4 49 


9 49 


6 35 


4 52 


9 53 


6 31 


4 56 


9 57 


6 21 


5 6 


10 9 


6 


S 


6 39 


4 48 


10 45 


6 30 


4 b\ 


10 48 


6 32 


4 bb 


10 52 


6 22 


5 5 


11 2 


7 


M 


6 40 


4 47 


11 41 


6 37 


4 50 


11 44 


6 33 


4 54 


11 47 


6 22 


5 5 


11 55 


8 


Ta 


6 42 


4 46 


A.M. 


6 38 


4 49 


A.M. 


6 31 


4 53 


A.M. 


6 23 


5 4 


A.M. 


9 


W 


C43 


4 45 


12 38 


39 


4 48 


12 40 


6 36 


4 52 


12 42 


6 24 


5 3 


12 48 


10 


Th 


6 44 


4 44 


1 35 


6 40 


4 47 


1 37 


6 37 


4 51 


1 38 


6 25 


5 2 


1 41 


11 


Fr 


e 45 


4 42 


2 Si 


G 42 


4 46 


2 34 


6 38 


4 50 


2 34 


6 2G 


5 2 


2 35 


12 


Sa 


6 47 


4 41 


3 33 


6 43 


4 45 


3 33 


6 39 


4 49 


3 32 


6 27 


5 1 


3 30 


13 


S 


6 48 


4 40 


4 34 


6 4i 


4 44 


4 33 


6 40 


4 48 


4 31 


6 28 


5 


4 26 


14 


M 


6 49 


'4 40 


5 37 


6 45 


4 43 


5 34 


6 41 


4 47 


5 32 


6 29 


5 


5 24 


15 


Tu 


6 50 


4 39 


rises. 


6 46 


4 42 


rises. 


6 42 


4 47 


ri.ses . 


6 30 


4 59 


rises. 


Ifi 


W 


6 52 


4 38 


5 51 


48 


4 42 


5 56 


6 43 


4 46 


6 1 


6 31 


4 59 


6 15 


17 


Th 


6 53 


4 37 


6 46 


6 49 


4 41 


6 50 


6 45 


4 45 


6 bb 


6 32 


4 58 


7 IQ 


18 


Fv 


6 54 


4 36 


7 46 


6 50 


4 40 


7 51 


6 46 


4 44 


7 5G 


6 32 


4 58 


8 9 


19 


Sa 


6 55 


4 35 


8 51 


6 51 


4 39 


8 bb 


6 47 


4 44 


9 


6 33 


4 57 


9 12 


20 


S 


6 56 


4 34 


9 59 


6 52 


4 39 


10 2 


6 48 


4 43 


10 


6 34 


4 57 


10 H 


21 


M 


658 


4 34 


11 8 


6 54 


4 38 


11 10 


6 49 


4 43 


11 13 


6 35 


4 56 


11 2' 


22 


Tu 


6 59 


4 33 


A.M.. 


. 6 bb 


4 37 


A. M. 


6 50 


4 42 


A. M. 


6 2,% 


4 56 


AM 


23 


W 


7 


4 32 


12 17 


6 56 


4 37 


12 18 


6 51 


4 42 


12 20 


6 37 


4 56 


12 2^ 


24 


Th 


7 1 


4 32 


1 26 


6 57 


4 36 


1 26 


6 52 


4 41 


1 27 


6 3S 


4 55 


1 28 


25 


Fr 


7 2 


4 31 


2 34 


6 58 


4 36 


2 34 


6 53 


4 41 


2 33 


d39 


4 55 


2 31 


26 


Sa 


7 4 


4 31 


3 42 


6 59 


4 35 


3 41 


6 54 


4 40 


3 39 


6 40 


4 55 


3 34 


27 


S 


7 5 


4 30 


4 48 


7 


4 35 


4 46 


6 55 


4 ^0 


4 44 


6 41 


4 54 


4 36 


28 


M 


7 6 


4 30 


5 53 


7 1 


4 34 


5 50 


6 56 


4 39 


5 47 


6 42 


4 54 


5 37 


29 


Tu 


7 7 


4 30 


sets. 


7 2 


4 34 


sets. 


6 57 


4 39 


sets. 


6 42 


4 54 


sets. 


30 


U' 


7 8 


4 29 


5 49 




7 3 


4 34 


5 53 


6 58 


4 39 


5 58 


6 43 


4 54 


6 \% 







SUN ON MERIDIAN OF WASHINGTON. 






Dav UK 




DAY or 




Day of) 




Day of 




Day of 




MON ;h 


H. M. 8. 


MONTH 


H. . M. S. 


Month 


H. M. S. 


Month 


H. M. S. 


MONTH 


H. M. 8. 


1 


11 43 41 


7 


11 43 47 


13 


11 44 22 


19 


11 45 28 


25 


11 47 3 


2 


11 43 40 


8 


11 43 51 


14 


11 44 31 


20 


11 45 41 


26 


11 47 22 


3 


11 43 40 


9 


11 43 55 


15 


11 44 41 


21 


11 45 bQ> 


27 


11 47 41 


4. 


11 43 40 


10 


11 44 1 


16 


11 44 51 


22 


11 46 12 


18 


11 48 1 


5 


11 43 42 


11 


11 44 7 


17 


11 45 2 


23 


11 46 28 


29 


11 48 22 


6 


11 43 44 


12 


11 44 14 


18 


11 45 15 


24 


11 46 45 


30 


11 48 44 











TWILIGHT. 






'- 




Places. 


Not. 


Begins, A.M. 


Ends, P.M. 


Nov. 


Begins, A.M. 


Ends, P.M. 


Nov. 


Begins, A.M. 


Ends, P.M. 


— 




H. M. 


H. M. 




H. M. 


H. M. 




H. M. 


H. M. 


Boston.. . . 


1 


4 58 


6 29 


11 


5 9 


6 19 


21 


5 19 


6 12- 


New York 


1 


4 57 


6 29 


11 


5 8 


6 20 


21 


5 18 


6 14 


Wash'ton.. 


1 


4 57 


6 30 


11 


5 6 


6 21 


21 


5 16 


6 ir 




- 


A '- . 


o oo 




>• 9 


t" WR 


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12th Month. 






DECEMBER, 1921. 








31 Da 


ys. 




1 

"3 


Calendar for 

Boston, 

New England, 

N. Y. State, 

Michigan, Wisconsin, 

N. and S. Dakota, 

Washington, and 

Oregon. 


Calendar for 

New York City, 

Connecticut, 

Pennsylvania, Ohio, 

Indiana, Illinois, 

lowaT Nebraska, 

Wyoming, and 

Northern California. 


Calendar for 

Washington, 

Virginia, Kentucky, 

:M:issouri, Kansas, 

Colotado, Utah, 

Nevada, and 

Central Californta. 


Calendar for 

Charleston, 

Georgia, Alabama, 

Louisiana, Arkansas, 

Texas, New Mexico, 

Arizona, and 
Southern California. 





Sun 
Rises . 


Sun 
Sets. 


Moon 
R. & s. 


Sun 
Rises . 


Sun 
Sets. 


Moon 

R, & S. 


Sun 
Rises . 


Sun 
Sets. 


Moon 
R. & s. 


Sun 
Rises . 


Sun 
Sets. 


MOON 

R. a. B. 


1 


Th 


H. M. 

7 9 


H. M. 

4 29 


H. M. 

6 41 


H. M. 

7 4 


H. M. 

4 34 


H. M. 

6 46 


H. M. 

6 59 


H. M. 

4 38 


H. M. 

6 51 


H. M. 

6 44 


H. M. 

4 54 


H. M. 

7 5 


2 


Fr 


7 10 


4 28 


7 36 


7 5 


4 33 


7 41 


7 


4 38 


7 45 


6 45 


4 54 


7 58 


3 


Sa 


7 11 


4 28 


8 33 


7 6 


4 33 


8 36 


7 1 


4 38 


8 40 


6 46 


4 54 


8 52 


4 


S 


7 12 


4 28 


9 29 


7 7 


4 33 


9 32 


7 2 


4 38 


9 36 


6 46 


4 54 


9 45 


S 


M 


7 13 


4 28 


10 26 


7 8 


4 33 


10 28 


7 3 


4 38 


10 31 


6 47 


4 54 


10 38 


6 


Tu 


7 14 


4 28 


11 23 


7 9 


4 33 


11 24 


7 4 


4 38 


11 26 


6 48 


4 54 


11 31 


7 


W 


7 15 


4 28 


A.M. 


7 10 


4 32 


A.M. 


7 5 


4 38 


A.M. 


6 49 


4 54 


A.M. 


8 


Th 


7 16 


4 28 


12 20 


7 11 


4 32 


12 21 


7 6 


4 38 


12 22 


6 50 


4 54 


12 24 


9 


Fr 


7 17 


4 28 


1 18 


7 12 


4 32 


1 18 


7 7 


4 38 


1 18 


6 50 


4 54 


1 17 


10 


Sa 


7 18 


4 28 


2 18 


7 13 


4 32 


2 17 


7 8 


4 38 


2 16 


6 51 


4 54 


2 12 


11 


S 


7 19 


4 28 


3 19 


7 14 


4 33 


3 17 


7 8 


4 38 


3 15 


6 52 


4 55 


3 9 


12 


M 


7 20 


4 28 


4 22 


7 15 


4 33 


4 19 


7 9 


4 38 


4 17 


6 53 


4*^55 


4 8 


13 


Tu 


7 20 


4 28 


5 25 


7 15 


4 33 


5 22 


,7 10 


4 38 


5 19 


6 53 


4 55 


5 8 


14 


W 


7 21 


4 28 


rises. 


7 16 


4 33 


rises . 


7 11 


4 39 


rises . 


6 54 


4 55 


rises. 


15 


Th 


7 22 


4 28 


5 32 


7 17 


4 33 


5 37 


7 11 


4 39 


5 42 


6 55 


4 56 


5 56 


16 


Fr 


7 23 


4 28 


6 37 


7 18 


4 33 


6 42 


7 12 


4 39 


6 46 


6 55 


4 56 


6 59 


17 


Sa 


7 24 


4 29 


7 56 


7 19 


4 34 


7 50 


7 13 


4 40 


7 54 


6 56 


4 56 


8 5 


18 


S 


7 24 


4 29 


8 57 


7 19 


4 34 


9 


7 13 


4 40 


9 3 


6 56 


4 57 


9 11 


19 


M 


7 25 


4 30 


10 8 


7 20 


4 35 


10 10 


7 14 


4 40 


10 12 


6 57 


4 57 


10 17 


20 


Tu 


7 25 


4 30 


11 18 


7 20 


4 35 


11 19 


7 14 


4 41 


11 20 


6 58 


4 58 


11 2i 


21 


W 


7 26 


4 30 


A.M. 


7 21 


4 36 


A.M. 


7 15 


4 41 


A.M. 


6 58 


4 58 


A.M. 


22 


Th 


7 26 


4 31 


12 26 


7 21 


4 37 


12 26 


7 16 


4 42 


12 26 


6 59 


4 59 


12 24 


23 


Fr 


7 27 


4 31 


1 34 


7 22 


4 37 


1 32 


7 16 


4 42 


1 31 


6 59 


4 59 


1 27 


24 


fa 


7 27 


4 32 


2 39 


7 22 


4 37 


2 37 


7 16 


4 43 


2 35 


7 


5 


2 28 


25 


S 


7 28 


4 33 


3 43 


7 22 


4 38 


3 41 


7 17 


4 44 


3 38 


7 


5 


3 28 


26 


M 


7 28 


4 33 


4 45 


7 23 


4 38 


4 42 


7 17 


4 44 


4 38 


7 


5 1 


4 26 


27 


Tu 


7 28 


4 34 


5 43 


7 23 


4 39 


5 39 


7 18 


4 45 


5 35 


7 1 


5 2 


5 22 


28 


W 


7 29 


4 35 


6 37 


7 24 


4 40 


6 33 


7 18 


4 45 


6 29 


7 1 


5 2 


6 15 


29 


Th 


7 29 


4 36 


sets. 


7 24 


4 41 


.sets . 


7 18 


4 46 


sets. 


7 2 


5 3 


sets. 


30 


Fr 


7 29 


4 36 


6 22 


7 24 


4 41 


6 26 


7 18 


4 47 


6 30 7 2 


5 4 


6 42 


31 


Sa 


7 29 


I 4 37 


7 18 


7 24 


4 42 


7 22 


7 19 


4 48 


7 26 7 2 


5 4 


7 36 



- 






SUM OM (VIERIDIAN OF WASHiWaTOW, 








Day Of' 






Day of 




Day of 




Day op 




Day of 






Month 


a. 


M. a. 


Month 


H. M. S. 


Month 


H. M. S. 


Month 


a. M. 8. 


Month 


H. 


M. a. 


1 




49 6 


8 


11 51 58 


14 


11 54 43 


20 


11 57 39 


26 


12 


39 


2 




49 29 


9 


11 52 25 


15 


11 55 12 


21 


11 58 9 


27 


12 


1 8 


3 




49 52 


10 


11 52 52 


16 


11 55 41 


22 


11 58 39 


28 


12 


1 38 


4 




50 16 


11 


11 53 19 


17 


U 56 10 


23 


11 59 9 


29 


12 


2 7 


5 




50 41 


12 


11 53 47 


18 


11 56 40 


24 


11 59 39 


30 


12 


2 37 


6 




51 6 


13 


11 54 15 


19 


11 57 9 


25 


12 9 


31 


12 


3 6 


7 




51 32 





























TW 


ILICKT. 










PLACES. 


Dec. 


Begins, A.M. 


Ends, P.M. 


Dec. 


Begins, A.M. 


Ends, P.M. 


Dec 


Begins, AM. 


Ends. P.M. 






n. M. 


H. M. 




H. M. 


H. M. 




H M. 


fl. - M. 


Boston. . . . 


1 


5 29 


6 9 


11 


5 38 


6 9 


21 


5 44 


6 12 


New York 


1 


5 27 


6 11 


11 


5 35 


6 11 


21 


5 42 


6 14 


'"'sh'ton.. 


1 


5 25 


6 13 


11 


5 33 


6 14 


21 


5 39 


6 17 




- 


5- 1 IT 


,- < O'. 


1 1 


- " 


(y r" 


"•■' 







Astronomical — Mooji's Phases, Signs arid Symhols. 

THE MOON'S PHASES. 

Eastern Standard Time. 



Jan. 



Feb. 

Mar. 
Mar. 



D. 


H, M. 






D. 


H. M. 


9 


12 27 


A.M. 


Apr. 


8 


4 5 A.M. 


17 


1 31 


A.M. 




1.S 


5 12 A.M. 


23 


6 8 


P.M. 




22 


2 49 A.M. 


30 


3 2 


P.M. 




29 


11 9 P.M. 


7 


7 37 


P.M. 


May 


7 


4 2 P.M. 


ih 


1 53 


P.M. 




14 


10 25 A.M. 


22 


4 32 


A.M. 




21 


3 15 P.M. 


i 


9 3 


A.M. 




29 


4 45 P.M. 


9 


1 9 


P.M. 


June 


r. 


1 15 A.M. 


lt> 


10 49 


P.M. 




12 


4 P.M. 


23 


3 19 


P.M. 




20 


4 41 A.M. 


31 


4 13 


.\ M. 




28 


8 17 A.M. 



July 



Aug. 



Sept. 



D. 


H. M. 




D. 


H. M. 


5 


8 36 A.M. 


Ont.. 


1 


7 26 AM 


11 


11 16 P.M. 




8 


3 12 P.M 


19 


7 8 P.M. 




16 


6 P.M 


27 


9 20 P.MV 




23 


11 32 P.M 


3 


3 18 P.M. 


Oct. 


30 


6 39 P.M. 


10 


9 14 A.M. 


Nov 


7 


10 54 A.M. 


18 


10 28 A.M. 




15 


8 39 A.M. 


26 


7 51 A.M. 




22 


6 41 A.M. 


1 


10 33 P.M. 


Nov 


29 


8 26 A.M 


8 


10 30 P.M. 


Dec. 


7 


8 20 A.M 


17 


2 20 A.M. 




14 


9 51 P.M 


24 


4 18 P.M. 




21 

29 


2 54 P.M 
12 39 A.M 



e may be found by adding ih., Central, Mountain, Pacific, Alaska or Ha\yail time may 
itracting ih., 2h., 3h., 5h. or 5.5h., respectively. 



THE MOON'S PHASES, 1921. 





rf 


East. Stan. T. 


Cent. Stan. T. 


M'ufn Stan. T. 


Pacific Stan. T. 


Alaska Stan. T. 




ft 


Bos., N.Y., Etc. 


Chi., St. L.,Etc. 


Deu.,S.L.C.,Etc 


S'nF.,L'sA.,Etc. 


Sitlia, Ju'u, Etc. 






H. M. 


H. M. 


H. M. 


H. M. 




H. M. 


Moon 


9 


12 27 A.M. 


8d 11 27 P.M. 


8d 10 27 P.M. 


8d 9 27 P.M. 


8d 


7 27 P.M. 


Quarter.. 


17 


1 31 A.M. 


12 31 A.M. 


lOd 11 31 P.M. 


16d 10 31 P.M. 


16(1 


8 31 P.M. 


\'Ioon. . . 


23 


6 8 P.M. 


f) 8 P.M. 


4 8 P.M. 


3 8 P.M. 




1 8 P.M. 


Quarter . . 


30 
7 


3 2p.m. 


2 2 P.M. 


1 2 P.M. 


12 2 P.M. 




10 2 A.M. 


Moon 


7 37 P.M. 


6 37 P.M. 


5 37 P.M. 


4 37 P.M. 




2 37 P.M. 


. Quarter.. 


16 


1 63 P.M. 


12 53 P.M. 


11 53 A.M. 


10 63 A.M. 




8 53 A.M. 


Moon 


22 


4 32 A.M. 


3 32 A.M. 


2 32 A.M. 


1 32 A.M. 


21d 


11 32 P.M. 


Quarter. . 


1 


9 3 A.M. 


8 3 A.M. 


7 3 A.M. 


6 3 A.M. 




4 3 A.M. 


Moon 


9 


1 9 P.M. 


12 9 P.M. 


11 9 A.M. 


10 9 A.M. 




8 9 A M. 


t Quarter.. 


16 


10 49 P.M. 


9 49 P.M. 


8 49 P.M. 


7 49 P.M. 




5 49 P.M. 


Moon. . . . 


23 


3 19 P.M. 


2 1.9 P.M. 


1 19 P.M. 


12 19 P.M. 




10 19 A.M. 


Quarter . 


31 


4 13 A.M. 


3 13 A.M. 


2 13 A.M. 


1 13 A.M. 


30d 


11 13 P..M. 


Moon. . . 


8 


4 5 A.M. 


3 5 A.M. 


2 5 A.M. 


1 5 A.M. 


7d 


11 5 P.M. 


Quarter.. 


15 


6 12 A.M. 


4 12 \.M. 


3 12 A.M. 


2 12 A.M. 




12 12 A.M. 


Moon. . . . 


22 


2 49 A.M. 


1 40 A.M. 


12 49 A.M. 


21d 11 49 P.M. 


21 d 


9 49 P.M. 


Quarter. . 


29 
7 


11 9 P.M. 


10 9 P.M. 


9 9 P.M. 


8 9 P.M. 




6 9 P.M. 


Moon 


4 2 P.M. 


3 2 P.M. 


2 2 P.M. 


1 2 P.M. 




11 2 am. 


Quarter.. 


14 


10 25 A.M. 


9 25 A.M. 


S 25 A.M. 


7 25 A.M. 




5 25 a.m. 


.oon .... 


21 


3 15 P .M. 


2 15 P.M. 


1 15 P.M. 


12 15 P.M. 




10 15 A.M. 


larter. . 


29 


4 45 P.M. 


3 45 P.M. 


2 45 P.M. 


1 45 P.M. 




11 45 A.M. 


lon 


"6 


1 15 A.M. 


12 15 A.M. 


5d 11 15 P.M. 


5d 10 15 P.M. 


5d 


8 15 P.M. 


tarter.. 


12 


4 P.M. 


3 P M. 


2 P.M. 


1 P.M. 




11 A.M. 


on. . . . 


20 


4 41 A.M. 


3 41 A.M. 


2 41 A.M. 


1 41 .<l.M. 


19d 


11 41 P.M. 


irter. . 


28 
5 


8 17 A .M. 


7 17 A.M. 


6 17 A.M. 


5 17 A.M. 




3 17 A.M. 


<n 


8 3G A.M. 


7 36 A.M. 


6 36 A.M. 


5 36 A.M. 




3 36 A.M. 


■ter.. 


11 


11 16 P.M. 


10 16 P.M. 


9 16 P.M. 


8 10 P.M. 




6 16 P.M. 




19 


7 8 P.M. 


6 8 P.M. 


5 8 P.M. 


4 8p.m. 




2 8 P.M. 


, uuari,t:. . . 


27 
3 


9 20 P.M. 


8 20 P.M. 


7 20 P.M. 


6 20 P i\l. 




4 20 P.M. 


jw Moon 


:J 18 P.M. 


2 18 P.M. 


1 18 P.M. 


12 18 I'.M. 




10 18 A.M. 


irst Qiiarter.. 


10 


9 14s A.M. 


8 14 A.M. 


-.1 14 A.M. 


6 14 A.M. 




4 14 A.M. 


uU Moon 


18 


JO 28 A.M. 


9 28 A.M. 


8 28 A.M. 


7 28 A.M. 




5 28 A.M- 


ast Quarter. . 


26 
1 


7 61 A.M. 


51 A.M. 


5 51 A.M. 


4 51 A.M. 




2 51 A.M. 


S"ew Moon 


10 33 P.M. 


9 33 P.M. 


8 33 P.M. 


7 33 P.M. 




5 33 P.M. 


.^irst Quarter.. 


8 


10 30 P.M. 


9 30 P.M. 


8 30 P.M. 


7 30 P.M. 




5 30 P.M. 


r^'uil Moon 


17 


2 20 A.M. 


1 20 A.M. 


12 20 A M 


16d 11 20 P.M. 


16d 


9 20 P.M. 


ist Quarter. . 


24 


4 18 P.M. 


3 18 P.M. 


2 18 P.M. 


1 18 P.M. 




11 18 A.M. 


.V Moon 


1 


7 26 A.M. 


6 26 A.M. 


5 26 A.M. 


4 26 A.M. 




2 26 A.M. 


U Quarter.. 


8 


3 12 P.M. 


2 12 P.M. 


1 12 P.M. 


12 12 P.M. 




10 12 A.M. 


Moon. . . . 


1(i 


6 P.M. 


5 P.M. 


4 P.M. 


3 P.M. 




1 P.M. 


Ouarter. . 


23 


11 32 P.M. 


10 32 P.M. 


9 32 P.M. 


8 32 P.M. 




6 32 P.M. 


toon 


30 


6 39 P.M. 


5 39 P.M. 


4 39 P.M. 


3 39 P,M. 




1 39 P.M. 


lar «?.'■.-. 


7 


10 54 A.M. 


9 54 A.M. 


8 54 A.M. 


7 54 A.M. 




5 54 A.M. 


lon. . . . 


15 


8 39 A.M. 


7 '^9 A.M. 


6 39 A.M. 


5 39 A.M. 




3 39 A.M. 


arter. . 


22 


6 41 A.M. 


5 41 A.M. 


4 41 A.M. 


3 41 A.M. 




1 41 A ". 


on 


29 


8 26 A.M. 


7 26 A.M. 


6 26 A.M. 


5 26 A.M. 




o -" 


tarter.. 


t 


m ^nci '«'• 


7 20 A.M. 


a ryr\ 








m. . . 


14 










f 


W( 















Astronomical — Time Conversions — Sunrises, Etc. 



THE CALENDAR IN STANDARD TIME FOR CITIES IN THE 

(How to ascertain same for 120 U. S. Cities from Local Mean Time Cal. on 12 precedin 



Use Calendar lor 
Boston. 



M. 

Idaho. 
Boise City... .add 45 
Pocatello add 30 

Maine. 
Portland sub 19 

Massachusetts. 

Boston Bub 16 

Fall River sub 16 

L.owell sub 15 

Springfield .... sub 10 
Worcester .... sub 13 

MICHIGAN. 

Bat t le Creek . . sub 1 9 

Detroit add 32 

Grand Raplds.sub 17 

Minnesota. 
Minneapolis . : add 13 

Montana. 
Butte add 30 

New York. 

Altfany sub 5 

Blnghamton . . add 4 

BufTalo add 16 

Ponghkeepsie.sub 4 
Rochester .... add 10 
Schenectady, .sub 4 

Syracuse add 5 

Utic-a add 1 

XORTH Dakota. 

Bl.sinarck add 43 

South Dakota. 

Pierre add 41 

Orecjon. 

Portland add 11 

Salem add 12 

Washington. 

Olympia add 1^2 

Seattle add & 

Spokane sub 10 

Wisconsin. 

Madison sub 2 

Milwaukee ... sub 8 



Mb 
M 

Eb 

E 
E 
E 
E 
E 

C 
E 
C 

Cc 

Mc 

E 
E 
E 
E 
E 
E 
E 
E 

td 

Cb 

PC 
PC 

Pd 
Pd 
Pd 

C 
C 



Use Calendar for 
New York City. 



cf 


Ob 


1 


Ce 


10 


Cg 


20 


c 


n 


c 


16 


Ce 


15 


c 


10 


Ce 


5 


C 


7 


Cb 





C 


14 


C 



M. 

Connecticut. 
Bridgeport... .sub 7 E 

Hartford sub 9 Eb 

New Haven. . . sub 8 E 

Illinois. 

Chicago sub 

Springfield — sub 

Indiana. 

Evansville. . . .^ub 
Fort Wayne . . sub 

Gary sub 

Indianapolis, .sub 

Kokomo sub 

Terre Haute, .sub 

Iowa. 
Burlington... .add 
Cedar Rapids. add 
Davenport... . 
Des Moines... add 
Sioux City... .add 26 Cb 
Nebraska. 

Lincoln add 27 C 

Omaha add 24 C 

Ohio. 

Cincinnati sub 22 Ce 

Cleveland. .. .add 26 E 

Columbus .... sub 28 C 

Dayton sub 23 Ce 

Sandusky . . . .add 31 E 

Toledo sub 26 C 

Youngstown. .add 23 E 

Pennsylvania. 

Easton add 1 E 

Erie add 20 Eb 

Harrisburg . . . add 8 E 

Philadelphia, .add 1 E 

Pittsburgh add 2iO E 

Scranton add 3 E 

Rhode Island. 

Providence. . .sub 14 Eb 

Wyoming. 

Cheyenne .... sub 1 "M 



Use Calendar for 
Washington, D. C. 



M. 

California (Central). 

San Fran add 10 Pe 

Colorado. 
Col. Springs . . Q M 

Denver 0, M 

Pueblo sub 2 M 

Delaware. 
Wilmington... add 2 E 
DisT. of Columbia. 
Washington... add fe E 

KAN.SA3. 

Topeka add 23 C 

Wichita add 29 Ce 

Kentucky. 
Frankfort. . . .sub 20 C 
Lexington .... sub 22 C 
Louisville. . . .sub 17 C 

Maryland. 
Baltimore .... add 6 E 

Missouri. 
JelTerson City.add C 
Kansas City, .add IS •' 
Springfield... .add 13 C;f 

St. Louis add 1 C 

Nevada. 
Carson City . .sub 1 '' 

New Jersey. 
Atlantic City. sub 2 E 

Trenton sub I Kb 

North Carolin.v. 

Raleigh add Ih i;g 

Oklahoma. 
Muskogee .... add 2 I ( g 
Ok'h'a City... add 30 ''g 

Utah. 

S. Lake City . .add 2S Mb 

Virginia. 

Norfolk add 5 Ee 

Richmond. .. .add iC Vie 

West Virginia. 
Charleston. . .add 26 E 
Wheeling add 22 Eb 



Use 
Cl 



Mobile. . 
Montgon 

A. 
Phoenix. . . 

Arka 
Hot Springs . 
Little Rock 

CALIFORN 

Los Angele 
Monterey 
San Dleg' 
Santa Ba 
1 
Jacksonvi 
Key West 
Miami . . 

Atlant 
Augu."^ 
Mac 

.-iTvanna. 

lyOUlSU 

Xew Orleans.. 
.Shre\ eport . . . ( 

Mississi 

Jackson a 

Vlcksburg .... a 
New Me> 

Santa Fe a.^ 

South Carc 
Charleston. . .a( 
Columbia . . . .a( 

Tennessi 
Memphis .... 

Nashville s. 

Texas 

Austin a 

Dalli'.s a 

El Paso a 

Galveston. . . .a 
San Antonio, .a.- 



Directions: — For New York City, subtract 4ra from the Calendar for that city and the 
Eastern standard time; for other cities, use the Calendar named at head of column and adc* 
the given number of minutes; this gives the required standard time, which' Is eastern, central, 
Pacific, according as the letter E, C, M or P is found in the table. A small letter Indicate 
of sunrise and sunset, a correction for latitude !s advisable: which correction is to be found In tl 
in the column headed by the small letter and on line with the date. 

CORRECTION TO SUNRISE. 



Date. 



Jan. 1 . . . 

l.->... 
Feb. •!.. 

15.. 

March 1 

15 

April 1., 

15. 
May 1 . . 

15. , 
June 1 . , 

15. , 
July 1 . . 

15.. 
Aug. 1 . . 

15. . 
Sept. 1.. 

15.. 
Oct. 1 . . . 

15... 
'^'■-v. 1 . , 



b. 



add 
add 
add 
add 
add 



M. 

4 
4 
3 
2 
1 


sub 1 

sub 

sub 

sub 

sub 

sub 

sub 

sub 

sub 

sub 

sub 

sub 



2 
3 
4 
4 
4 
4 
3 
3 
2 
1 
1 


add 1 
add 2 
add 3 

irid 4 



M. 

add 8 
add 7 
.add 6 
add 4 
2 

2 
4 
6 
7 



add 



sub 

sub 

sub 

sub 

sub 8 

sub 9 

sub 

sub 

sub 

sub 

sub 

sub 

add 

add 

add 

add 



add 8 



M. 

add 17 
add 14 
add 11 
add 8 
add 4 
add 1 
sub 3 
sub 7 
sub 11 
sub 15 
sub 18 
sub 19 
sub 19 
sub 17 
sub 14 
sub 10 
sub 6 
sub 2 
add 1 
add 5 
add 9 
add 13 
add K> 
add 17 



sub 
sub 
sub 
sub 
sub 

add 
add 
add 
add 
add 
add 
add 
add 
add 
add 
add 
add 

sub 
sub 
sub 
sub 
sub 



M. 

4 
3 
3 
2 
1 

1 
2 
3 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
3 
3 
2 
1 

1 
2 
3 
4 
4 



.■i'lb 7 
tuo 
•<ub 5 
.ub 4 
:-a\> "2 
.iub 1 
add 
:idd 
add 
add 
add 
add 
add 
add 
add ■> 
adv 5 
add 3 
add 1 
sub 1 



. 


g. 


_ 




^^.y 


H 




.sub 


s 




s.ib ■ 


6 




bub 


4 




SUD 


2 





add 


2 




add 


4 




add 


6 




add 


8 




add 


9 




id 


9 



sub 
sub 
sub 
sub 
sub 



aad 
add 
add 
add 
add 
add 

...V, 

sub 
sub 
.=ub 

SU'u 

sub 



b 
s\ 

SI 
SI 

au 
ad 
ad. 
ad' 
a 



'ivinosir^ 



Astrmiomical — Moon — Comets. 



51 



Of all the secondary planets the earth's satellite 
Is by far the moat Interesting and important.. The 
moon completes her circuit around the earth In a 
period whose mean or average length is 27 days 
7 hours 43.2 minutes; but in conseauence of her 
motion In common with the earth aroun(3 the sun, 
the mean duration of the lunar month, that is. the 
time from new moon to new moon, ia 29 days 12 
hours 44.05 minutes, whicii is called the moon's 
gynod'.cal period. II the earth were motionless in 
space the moon's orbit would be nearly an ellipse, 
having the earth in one of tlie foci; hence her dis- 
tance from the earth varies during the course of a 
lunar month. Her mean distance from the earth 
Is 238,862 miles. Her maximum distance, however, 
may reach 2.'52,715 mlies, and the least distance to 
whioli she can approach the earth is 221,466 miles. 
Her diameter is 2,160 miles, and if we deduct from 
her distance from tl-.e earth the sum of the two radii of 
the earth and moon, viz., 3,963 and 1,080 miles, re- 
spectively, we shall have for the nearest approach 
of the surfaces of the two bodies 216,423 miles. 
Her orbit is a very intricate one, because the earth 
in moving around the sun carries the moon along 
with it; hence the latter ia sometimes within and 
sometimes without the earth's orbit. Its form is 
that of a serpentine curve, always concave toward 
the sun, and its plane Is inclined to the plane of the 
earth's orbit at an angle of 5° 9'. in consequence of 
which our satellite appears sometimes above and 
sometimes below the plane of the earth's orbit, 
through which she passes twice in a revolution. 
These points of Intersection with the ecliptic are 
called nodes, and it is only at or near them that 
eclipses can occur. The nodes have a retrograde 
motion, which causes them to make an entire revolu- 
tion in 18 years 218 days 21 hours 22 minutes .and 46 
seconds. Both sun and moon return to a node after 
18 years and 11 days, so that an eclipse is followed 
by another of the same general character at the end 
of this period, which was well known to the ancients. 
who called it the Saros, and which was made use of 
by them in roughly predicting eclipses. 

The moon always presents the same face to us, 
as is evident from the permanency of the various 
markings on her surface. This circumstance proves 
that she revolves on an axis, and the time of rota- 
tion Is exactly equal to the time of revolution around 
the earth, viz., 27.32166 days. The moon's axis is 



THE MOON. 

not perpendicular to the plane of her orbit, but fle- 
viales therefrom by an angle of about 6" 41'. In 
consequence of this fact the poles of the moon lean 
alternately to and from the earth. When the north 
pole leans toward the earth we see somewhat more 
of the region surroundlns it, and somewhat less 
when it leans the contrary way. This displacement 
is known by the name of llbration in latitude. By 
reason of irregular inotion in her orbit, we see more 
of her eastern or western edge at one time than at 
another. This phenomenon is known as libratioQ 
in longitude. 

The moon's surface, contains about 1"4, 657,000 
square miles, or nearly four times the area of Europe. 
Her volume is 1-49 and her mass 1-81 that of the 
earth, and hence her density is about 3-5 that of the 
earth, or about 3 2-5 that of water. At the lunar 
surface gravity is only 1-6 of what it is at the earth, 
and therefore a body which weighs 6 pounds here 
would weigh only 1 pound there. 

The centre of gravity of the e.irth and moon, or 
the point about which they both actually revolve 
in their course around the sun, lies uitiiin the earth; 
It is 1,050 miles below the surface. 

The tides are caused mainly by the moon; the tide- 
raising power of moon and sun being as il to 5. 

The moon has no atmosphere and no water. 
The suddenness with which the stars are occulted 
by the moon is regarded as a conclusive proof that 
a lunar atmosphere does not exist, and the spectro- 
scope furnishes negative evidence of the same char- 
acter. 

In remote ages the lunar surface was the theatre 
of violent volcanic action, being elevated into cones 
and ridges exceeding 20,000 feet bigh, and at other 
places rent into furrows or deprcssioiis of corre- 
sponding depth. The lunar volcanoes are now ex- 
tinct. A profound silence reigns over the desolate 
and rugged surface. It is a dead world, utterly un- 
lit to support animal or vegetable life. 

THE EARTH'S ATMOSPHERE. 

The earth's sensible atmosphere extends more than 
100 miles in height. The condition and motions of 
this aerial ocean play a most important part In the 
determination of climate, modifying, by absorbing, 
the otherwise Intense heat of the sun, and, when 
laden with clouds, hindering the earth from radiating 
its acquired heat into space. 



HALLSY'S COMET. 



Of the great number of comets which have tem- 
porarily visited our solar system or have become 
permanent members of it none has surpassed Hallsy's 
In historical a.ssociatious. It has a record dating 
back to B. C. 240; Its visitations spread alarm and 
consternation Uiroughout Europe during the Middle 



Ages; was the first whose return was predicted by 
an Astronomer Royal of England, and will therefore, 
for these reasons, be an object of great sclcntlflc 
interest for all time. Its periodic time Is 76.8 years, 
and in April, 1910, it made the perihelion passage 
for the twenty-ninth time. 



ENCKE'S COMET. 



is constantly accelerating and its period is decreas- 
ing in proportion, being now 1,203 days as compared 
with 1,205 days in 1819. At first this was .ascribed 
to a resisting medium; but it is more probably due 
to repeated passage of the comet through a cloud 
of meteors. 



The second of the periodic comets to be discovered 
was Encke's, as Halley's was the first. - Encke's 
Comet has the shortest period known, namely 
about forty months. The observed visitations, from 
January, 1819, to March. 1918. form an uninterrupted 
series, thirty-one in numt)er 

Encke's la unique ftmong comets in that Its motion 

COMETS OF 1843 AND 1882. . 
In the last 100 years only two comets have been brilliant enough to be seen by day with the unaided eye. 
Of those one was in February, 1843; the other, in September, 1882. Together with the comet of 1668 and 
that of 18S7, they form a comet group; each member, at perihelion, nearly brushes the sun's surface, that of 
1843 having a velocity of 366 miles per second and passing halfway around the sun In two hours. These 
visitors are expected to return after six or seven centuries. The four comets were probably a single body 
until too close an encounter with the sun resulted In disruption. 

DONATI'S COMET. 
This wa-s the t^nest comet of the N'ineteenth Century and is known as the typical comet. In October, 
1858, its tail reached halfway from the horizon to the zenith. Its period Is 2,000 years. 



52 



Astronomical — Magnetic Declinations. 



NSAOHBTIC DECLINATIONS. 

Or Variation of Compass for January, 1920 — With the Anncai, Change between 1915 and 1920 
FOR Selected Places in the United States. 



A plus ( + ) sign to the annual change denotes that the declination is increasing, and a minus ( — ) sign 
the reverse. 

(Specially prepared for The World Almanac in the Office of the United States Coast and Geodetic Survey.) 



State 








o 

CO) 




State 




2 . 


2 • 

■0^ 


o 

C-l - 
ad 


g 


or 
Terri- 
tory. 


Station. 


■K3 

13 

< 


O M 

ao 




3 

a 
a 
< 


OR 

Terri- 
tory. 


Station. 


■as 

< 


o eo 


4 








1 


/ 


o / 


t 






/ 


o f 


o f 


/ 


Ala ... . 


Montgomery.. . 


32 22 


86 18 


2 56E 


+ 1 


Mo... . 


Jefferson City. , 


33 35 


92 09 


7 20E 




Mobile 


30 41 


88 09 


4 56E 


+ 1 




St. Louis 


38 38 


90 16 


5 07 E 




Huntsvllle 


34 44 


86 35 4 03 El 


-t-1 




Kansas City . . 


39 07 


94 38 


9 17E' 


Alaska 


Sitka 


57 03 
57 48 


135 20 
152 24 


30 30 E 
23 52 E 


+ 1 
— 1 


Mou . . . 
Neb. . . . 


Helena 

Lincoln 


46 37 
40 49 


112 02 
96 42 


20 13 E' 




Kodlak 


10 00 E' 




St. Michael 


63 29 


162 01 


20 55 E 


—3 




Omaha 


41 16 


95 58 


9 49 E: 




Dutch Harbor. . 


53 53 


1G6 32 


16 24 E 


—2 


Nevada. 


Carson City . . . 


39 10 


119 46 


17 49 E -1-1 




Klska 


51 59 
34 34 


182 28 
112 30 


7 05E 
14 51 E 


—3 

+ 1 


N. 11... 


Eureka 

Concord 


39 31 

43 12 


115 58 
71 29 


17 49 E -t-1 


Ariz. ... 


Preacott 


14 30W -t-4 






32 4-4 
31 20 


114 37 
110 56 


14 59 E 
13 45 E 


+ 2 
+ 2 


N. J. . . 
N. Mes. 


Trenton 

Santa Fe 


40 13 
35 41 


74 44 
105 67 


9 24W,-!-4 




Nogales 


13 36 E! 


'2 


Ark... 


Little Rock. . . . 


34 44 


92 16 


7 07E 


+ 1 


N. Y. 


Albany 


42 40 


73 45 


12 26Wi 


4-4 


Cal 


Sacramento.. . . 


38 34 


121 30 17 30 E 


+ 1 




New York 


40 43 


74 00 


10 20W' 


4-4 




San Franc^xo . . 


37 48 


122 25 18 23 E 


+ 1 




Itljaca 


42 27 


76 29 


8 36W 


4-4 




Los Angeles. . . . 


34 04 


118 15116 01 E 


+ 1 




Buffalo 


42 55 


78 54 


7 20W -h4 




San Diego 


32 43 


117 12115 35E 


+ 2 


N. C... 


Raleish 


36 47 


78 38 


3 05Wi+2 


Col..-.. 


Denver 


39 45 


105 00 14 50 E 


+ 1 




Wilmington.. . . 


34 13 


77 56 


2 52W-t-2 


Conu . . 


Hartford '. 


41 46 


72 40!l2 02W 


+ 4 


N. Oak. 


Bismarck 


46 48 


100 47 


15 04E;— 1 


\ 


.-.ew Haven.. . . 


41 18 


72 55 


11 31 W 


-1-4 




Pembina 


48 58 


97 14 


11 07 B— 2 


De! .... 


Lover 


39 09 


75 31 


8 OOW 


-H3 


Ohio . 


Columbus 


10 00 


83 00 


1 36Wi-H2 


IiJIst. oi' 














Cleveland 


41 30 


81 42 


4 UW -1-3 


Uo! . 


Washington.. . . 


38 53 


77 00 


6 low 


-t-3 




Cincinnati 


39 08 


84 25 


47Ei— 1 


F5«rl<ia . 


Tallahassee. . . . 


30 26 


84 17 


2 23E 


+ 1 


Okia . 


.■Vtoka 


34 24 


96 09 


8 58E -t-2 




.facksonvlUe . . . 


30 20 


81 39 


59E 







Guthrie 


35 53 


97 25 


10 09E'-i-a 




Key West 


24 33 


81 48 


2 33E 


-hi 


Oregon. 


Portland 


45 31 


122 41 


23 30 E' 


Georgia 


Atlanta 


33 44 


84 22 


1 35 E 





Pa . 


HarrLsburg .... 


40 16 


76 53 


7 42Wi 4-3 




Savannah 


32 05 


81 05 


18E 


— 1 




Philadelphia . . . 


39 68 


75 10 


8 54W + 4 


Idaho . 


Boise 


43 37 
39 60 


116 12 
89 39 


19 49 E 
4 IDE 


-M 



R. I.. 


Allegheny 

Providence . . . 


40 29 

41 50 


80 01 

71 24 


4 53W -t- 3 


Illluois. 


Springfield .... 


13 36W -t-4 




Chicago 


41 54 


87 37 


2 32E 


— 1 


■s. C. . . 


Columbia. . . . 


34 00 


81 02 


27W -f 1 


Indiana 


Indianapolis . . . 


39 47 


86 08 


53 E 


— 1 




Charleston 


32 47 


79 55 


1 18W,-;-l 




Fort Wayne. . . 


41 06 


85 08 


21W 


-f2 


S. Dak. 


Pierre 


44 22 


100 22 


13 02 e; 


Iowa . . . 


Des Moines.. . . 


41 36 


93 36 


7 53E 







Yankton 


42 53 


97 23 


11 18E 




Keokuk 


40 23 


91 23 


6 02E 





Tenn. . 


Nashville.. . . ; . 


36 09 


86 48 


3 33-E 


Kansas. 


Topeka 


39 02 


95 43 


9 35E 


-t-1 




Knoxvllie 


35 66 


S3 57 


26W -(-1 




Ness City 


38 28 


99 54 


U 45E 


-f-1 




Memphis 


35 08 


90 03 


5 38E -rl 


Ky 


Lexington 


38 04 


84 30 


lOE 


— 1 


Tei . . . 


Austin 


30 17 


97 44 


9.06E ^2 




Paducah 


37 05 


88 37 


4 24E 







San Antonio . . . 


29 27 


98 28 


9 42 E, -t-2 




Louisville 


38 15 


85 42 


a 59E 


— 1 




Houston 


29 47 


95 20 


8 35E -^2 


La .... . 


Baton Rouge.. . 


30 27 


91 11 


6 24E 


-f2 




Galveston 


29 18 


94 47 


8 15E -1-2 




New Orleans.. . 


30 00 


90 05 


5 55E 


+ 2 




El Paso 


31 46 


106 29 


12 54 E -!-2 




Shrev.eport .... 


32 30 


93 45 


7 40E 


-1-2 


Utah.. .ISalt Lake. . . . . 


40 46 


111 64 


17 24 E -t-1 


Maine. . 


Bangor 


44 48 


68 48 
70 17 


18 42W 
16 low 


-f-4 
-f4 


Ogden 

Vt Montpeller 


41 13 

44 15 


112 00 

72 32 


18 12 E -1-1 




Portland 


43 39 


15 34W -t-4 




Eastport 


44 54 


66 59 


20 SOW 


-f3 


Buiilngton 


44 2J 


73 12 


14 04W -t-4 


Md 


Annapolis 


38 59 


76 29 


6 48 W 


4-3 


Va ;Rlchmond 


37 32 


77;26 


5 OIW t3 




Baltimore 


39 16 


76 35 


6 58W 


-h3 


Norfolk 


36 52 


76 17 


5 37 W -1-3 


Mass . . . 


Boston 


42 22 


71 04 


14 17W 


-t-4 


Lynchburg . . . . 


37 25 


79 09 


3 37W 4-2 




Plttsneld 


42 27 


73 17 


12 40W 


-1-4 


Wasii . . lOlympla 


47 02 


122 64 


23 30 Ei 


Mich... 


Lansing 


42 44 


84 32 


54W 


-f 2 


1 Walla Walla . . . 


46 0': 


118 21 


22 OOE, 




Detroit 


42 21 


83 03 


2 OOW 


-f3 


W. Va. . 'Charleston 


38 2: 


81 3! 


2 48W;-t-2 




Marquette 


46 33 


87 22 


1 35E 


—3 




Wheeling 


40 OS 


80 4< 


2 12W'-t-3 


Minn. . 


St. Paul 


44 58 


93 05 


8 35E 


—1 


Wis . . 


Madison 


43 0' 


89 2r 


> 4 28E:— 1 




Duluth 


46 46 


92 04 


8 24E 


—2 




Milwaukee . . . 


43 0< 


: 87 5S 


2 55 E— 2 


Miss . . . 


Jackson 


32 19 


00 121 6 31 E 


-1-2 


iLa Crosse 


43 5( 


1 91 1' 


: 5 18E— 1 




Oxford 


34 22 


89 33| 5 48 E 


-t-1 


Wyo . . . iCheyenne .... 


41 081104 45 


) 15 20 El -1-1 



EXTREME VALUES. 



Maine. . IN. E. Corner. . .| | | 22 30WI 4- 31 1 Alaska . jN. E. Corner. . . I . . . . . | I 40 30 Ej— 1 



DEPENDENCIE?. 



Cuba. . . 

Porto 
Rico. 



Havana . 
Santiago . 
San Juan 
Ponce. . . 



23 08 


82 22 


3 04E 





20 00 


75 50 


49E 


—2 


18 29 


66 07 


3 38W 


4-7 


17 59 


66 40 


3 19W 


4-7 



Haw'n 
Islands. 
Philip- 
pines. 



Honolulu. . . 
Hllo 



Manila. 



21 18 
19 44 

14 35 



157 52 
155 05 

120 58 E 



11 03 E 4-2 

9 21 El 4-2 

53 e) 



Astronomical — The Planets, Etc. 



5S 



THE PLANETS AND THE SOLAR SYSTEM, 



OP 
PL.iNET. 



Mercury 

Venus 

Earth 

Mar-i 

Jupiter 

Satuin 

Uranus 

Nep tune 

OF 

PLANET 



Mean 

Daily 

Motion. 



1«32.420 

5767 . 670 

3548.193 

1886.519 

399.128 

J20 . 455 

42.230 

21.530 



Sidereal 
Revolution- 
Days. 



87 96925 
224 . 70080 
365.25030 
680.97987 
4332.6284 
10759.2225 
30688 . 5022 
00178.3060 



Distance from the Sun. 



Astronomical Units. 



IMcau. 



0.. 387099 
. 72333 1 
1.. 000000 
1 523088 
5.202S02 
9 538843 
19.190978 
30.070672 



Greatest. 



466694 

. 728258 

1.016743 

1 . 665896 

5 . '154464 

10.071308 

20 094885 

30 327656 



Least. 




0. 
0. 
1 

4 

18 
29 



307.>04 

718404 
983257 
381186 
951142 
000378 
287071 
813688 



Mean Distance 
in Miles. 



35,960,500 

67,195,600 

92,897,400 

141,546,600 

483,327,000 

886,134,000 

1,782,792,000 

2,793.487,000 



Eccentricity 

of 

Orbit.* 



-»- 



Mercury 0.2056183 

Venus 0.0068111 

Earth ■ 0.0167427 

Mars 0.0933313 

Jupiter 0.0483703 

Saturn 0.0558207 

UranuA : 047 1006 

Neptune l 0.0085460 



Synod ical 
Revolution- 
Days. 



115.877 
683.920 

779.936 
398.860 
378.090 
369.650 
307.482 



luclir.ation of 
Ortjlt to 
Ecliptic* 



7 11.7 
3 23 37.8 

i 51 0.7 

1 18 27.5 

2 29 29.4 

46 22.0 

1 46 38.4 



Orbital Velocity 

Miles 

Per Second. 



29.73 

21.75 

18.50 

14.98 

8.11 

5.99 

4.22 

3.37 



OF 

Pl.\.net. 



Mercury . . 
Ven\is. . . . 
Eartti . . . . 

Mars 

Jupiter. . . 

Saturn 

Uranus. . , 
Neptune. 



Mean Longitude 

at the 

Epoch.* 



392 59 35.68 
166 36 34.01 
99 51 1.71 
325 18 37.06 
125 18 37.06 
151 16 1.45 
329 20 34.67 
128 69 52.84 



Mean Longitude 

of the 

Perihelion.* 



52 9 



76 12 38.9 
130 26 43. 
101 33 
3.34 35 10.9 

13 2 1.6 

91 28 49 8 
169 22 7.5 

43 ,55 49.6 



.Annual 
Sidereal 
Motion. 



+ 5. 
+ 0, 

+ 11. 
+ 15 
+ 7 
+ 20 
+ 7 
—18 



Mean Longitude 

of the 
Ascending Node. 



o 


/ 


// 


47 


22 


58 


8 


75 


57 


34 


7 



48 56 26.3 
99 3S 2t.4 

112 57 28.8 
73 35 22.1 

130 53 55.5 



Annual 
Sidereal 
Motion . 



— 7, 
—17 



—22.2 
—13.9 
—18.9 
—32.0 
— 10.7 



LiGnT AT 



Peri- Ap- 
helion, lielion. 



58 
94 
03 
,52 
.041 
.012 
.003 



4.59 

1.91 

0.97 

36 

0.034 

0.010 

. 002.5 



001 '0.001 



*Ei)och 1920 January 1st, 


Greenwich 


mean noon. 




. 


SUN 

AN1> 

PLANETS. 


Semi-diameter. 


Volume. 

©= 1 


Mass. 
©= 1 


Density. 

©= 1 


Axial 
Rotation. 


Gravity at 
Surface. 

©= 1 


At 

TJnit 

DJstJjncc. 


At Mean 

Least 
Distance. 


In 

Miles 

(Mean). 


Sun 

Mercury 


t it 

15 SO. 63 
3.34 
8.41 

4'. 68 

t 35.19 

\ 18.96 

34.28 

38. 50 


■ .5 '. 4,5 
30.40 

8.94 
22 . 65 
9.24 
1.88 
1.26 


432196.0-1 

1504.27 

3787.69 

3958 . 88 

2107.78 

43341 31 

36166.02 

15439.00 

16435.87 


1.301139.0 

0.054800 

0.875800 

1 . 000000 

0.150922 

1312.162 

762.401 

59.312 

71.951 


333433 

0.0.5.)572 

0.S17237 

1 . 000000 

0.107785 

318.3582 

95.2230 

14.5801 

14.52.55 


0.2^63 
1.0130 
0.9331 
1.0000 
0.7142 
0.2420 
0.1249 
0.2458 
0.23.52 


D. H. M. 3. 

25 9 7 12 
87 23 15 43 
224 16 49 9 

23 56 4.09 

24 37 23 
9 65 41 

10 14 24 

11 5 

12 30 ? 


27.93 
.38 

.89 


Earth 

Mars - 

Jupiter 

Saturn. ....... 

Uranus 

Neptwne 


1.00 

.38 

2.06 

1.14 

96 

98 



SEVEN WONDERS OF THE WORLD. 



THE SEVEN WONDERS OF 

THE .\NCl'fflI>rr' WORLD. 
Pyramids of lilgypt. 
Pharos of Egypt, 
Hanging Gardeoa od Babylon. 
Temple of Diana at Ephe-sus. 
Statue of Jupiter by Phidias. 
Mausoleum of Artemisia. 
Colossus oT Rbodee. 



THE SEVEN WONDERS OF 

THE MIDDLE AGES. 
Coliseum of Rome. 
Catacombs of Alexandria. 
Great Wall of China. 
Stonehenge. 

Leaning Tower of Pisfl. 
Porcelain Tower of Nankin. 
MosQue of St. Sophia in Constan- 
tinople. 



THE SEVEN NEW 'WONDERS 

OF THE WORLD. 
Wireless. 
Telephone. 
Aeroplane. 
Radium. 

Antiseptics and Antitoxins. 
Spectrum Analysis. 
X-Rays. 













VELOCITY OF 


SOUND. 












Fah- 


Feet 


Mile 






Fah- 


Feet 


Mile 






Fah- 


Feet 


Mile 






ren- 


Per 


Per 


Mile. 


Sec- 


ren- 


Per 


Per 


Mile. 


Sec- 


ren- 


Per 


Per 


Mile. 


Sec- 


heit. 


Sec. 


Sec. 




onds. 


heit. 


Sec. 


Sec. 




onds. 


heit. 


Sec. 


Sec. 




onds. 


30° 


1,030 


0.1951 




5.13 


20° 


1,080 


0.2045 




4,88 


70° 


1,130 


0.2140 




4.68 


20° 


1,040 


0. 1970 




5.08 


32° 


1,092 


. 2068 




4.83 


80° 


1,140 


0.2159 




4.63 


10° 


1.050 


0.1989 




5.03 


40° 


1,100 


0.2083 




4.80 


90° 


1,150 


0.2178 




4.69 





1,000 


0.2008 




4.98 


50° 


1.110 


0.2102 




4.78 


100° 


1,160 


0.2197 




4.55 


10° 


1,070)0.2027 




4.93 


60° 


1,120 


0.2121 




4.73 


110° 


1,170 0.2216 




4.51 



Wind reduces the velocity of sound much more than fog or rain doe.s^. Exploslona cannot De distin- 
guished separately when but 1-16 second apart. Sound In water travels 4,708 feet a second; in wood It 
eoes at least 10,060 feet a second: iu metals, at least 4,000 feet a second. 



54 



Astronomical — The Poles— The Stars: 



THE MAGNETIC POLES. 

The geographical poles of the earth are the extremities of the imaginary line passing through its centre 
of gravity and about which it revolves, and are therefore symmetrically located with regard to the equator- 

The magnetic poles, i J.va/er, ara not colQCiient with the geographical poles, nor are they diametrically 
opposite to each other. Prior^ to the recent attempt of A mundsen to determine the north magnetic pole, 
the only other was by Capt. James Ross in June, 1831, who found the dip of the magnetic needle to be 
89° 59' .5, in latitude 70° 5' .2 N. and longitude 96° 45' .8 W., which is in King William Land, Canada. 
The result of Amundsen's observations has not yet been published by the Norwegian authorities. 

For the south magnetic pole, from a consideration of all the res; its available, according to the United 
States Coast and Geodetic Survey, the position latitude 72° .7 S. and longitude 156° E. has been tentatively 
adopted. These values are only roughly approximate, and for that reason are given only in degrees and 
tenths. 

By reason of the annual variation of the magnetic needle, it is believed that the magnetic poles are 
not stationary, hut have a slow motion around the geographical poles. The subject is Shrouded Id mystery 
and constitutes one of the many as yet unsolved problems in terrestrial physics. 



FACTS ABOUT THE STARS: 

Light travels by waves. Violet light has more waves per second than red. If a star Is approaching. 
Its light seems to have more waves per second because the star's motion is added to that of light, and hence 
all the spectrum lines are shifted toward the violet. The lines are shifted toward the red for stars that 
are rece'ding. Fi-om the amount of tlie shift the actual rate of approach or recession of the star may be 
found. Natiirally, a small correction must be made for the motion of the earth on its axis and its motion 
round the sun. We then liave the actual rate of motiou of the star to or from the sun. It is a very valu- 
able thing about tills kind of measurement that it only a star is bright enough it maizes no difference at all 
in the accuracy of the determination how distant the star may be. Tills unfortunately is not so with proper 
moiions. As the sun has a motion of its ov/n, which Sir William Herschel rightly concluded in the year 
1783 is toward the northern constellation Hercules and not far from the bright star Vega, all the stellar 
moiions, of course, appear to be affected by an equal motion to that of the sun but in the opposite direc- 
tion. Director Campbell, of Lick Observatory, finds the sun to be moving at about 19.5 kilometers (12 
miles) per second in its-course among the stars.' 

Kapteyn and Eddington find that when the proper motions of the stars are cleared of the effects of 
solar motion the remaining so-called "peculiar motions" of the individual stars, while they go to some extent 
at random, plainly Indicate the governing influence of two great streams moving oppositely. If we could 
collect all the stars at one point and endow each of them with its "peculiar motion" just as it has been 
observed, then at the end of a century the stars would have stretched out, not into a sphere but into an 
ellipsoid, owing to the influence of the two star-streams. According to Kapteyn's formulie, the vast major- 
ity of the stars are so far away that it takes light thousands of years to come to the earth from them, though 
light travels 186,000 miles per second. Stars look hardly as brig" • as the fireflies of a summer night, but 
in reality they glow like the sun, and seem faint only because far away. Astronomers speak of "maguitude.s" 
and of "absolute magnitudes." The first gives the relative brightness of the stars as'they seem to us to 
be, and Iho second as they would seem if all were equally distant. A difference of a magnitude means about 
21^ fold in brightness, and five magnitudes 100 fold. Thus a star of sixth magnitude, which can just barely 
1- -°eQ by the naked eye, under best conditions, is 100 times fainter tlian stars of first magnitude, lil'.e Alde- 
' baran, wtuch is among the brightest. On this scale our sun is of — 26.5 magnitude. 

NUMBERS AND EQUIVALENT LIGHT OF THE STARS. 







Eciulvalent 








Equivalent 








Number 


Totals to 






Number 


Totals to 


Magnitude. 


Number. 


of First 


Magnitude 


Magnitude. 


Number. 


of First 


Magnitude 






Magnitude 


m. 






Magnitude 


7?!. 






Stars. 








Stars. 




- 1.6 


Sirlus. 


11 




9.0-10.0 


174,000 


69 


380 


- 0.9 


a Carince. 


6 




10.0-11.0 


426,000 


68 


4-iS 


0.0 


a Centaurl. 


2 




11.0-12.0 


961,000 


60 


508 


0.0- 1.0 


8 


14 


33 


12.0-13.0 


2,020,000 


51 


559 


1.0- 2.0 


27 


17 


50 


13.0-14.0 


3,960,000 


40 


599 


2.0- 3.0 


73 


18 . 


68 


14.0-15.0 


7.820,000 


31 


630 


3.0- 4,0 


189 


19 


- 87 


15.0-16.0 


14,040,000 


22 


652 


4.0- 5.0 


650 


26 


113 


16.0-17.0 


25,400,000 


16 


668 


5.0- 6.0 


2,200 


35 


148 


17.0-18.0 


38,400,000 


10 


678 


6.0- 7.0 


6,600 


42 


190 


18.0-19.0 


54,600.000 


6 


684 


7.0- 8.0 


22,550 


66 


246 


19.0-20.0 


76,000,000 


3 


687 


8.0- 9.0 


65,000 


65 


311 


All fainter 




3 


C90 



ASTRONOMICAL SIGNS AND 



The Sim. 
The Moou. 
Mercui-y. 
Venus. 
The Earth. 



I 



M ar.s. 

Jupiter. 

Saturn. 

Uranus. 

Neptune. 



SYMBOLS. 

(5 Conjunction. 

n Quadrature. 

8 Opposition. 

Q Ascending Node. 

13 Descending Node. 



Two heavenly bodies are in "conjunction" (ci) "when they have the same Right 
Ascension, or are on the saTri^ meridian, i. e., when one is due north or south of the 
other; if the bodies are near each other as seen from the earth, they will rise and set 
at the same time; they are in "opposition" (g ) when in opposite quarters of the heavens, 
or when one rises just as the other is setting. "Quadrature" (n) is half way between 
conjunction and opposition. By "greatest elongation" is meant the greatest apparent 
angular distance from the sun; the planet is then generally most favorably situated for 
observation. Mercury can be seen with the naked eye only at this time. When a 
planet is in its "ascending" (Q) or "descending" (t3) node it is passing through the plane 
of the earth's orbit. The term ''Perihelion" means nearest to the sun, and "Aphelion" 
farthest from the sun. An "occultation" of a planet or star is an eclipse of it by 
some other body, usually the moon. 



A sironomical — Eclipses — Relativity Theory. 55 

~ ECLIPSES IN 1921. 

In ;he year 1921 there will be four eolipsea, two of the sun and two of the moon. 

1. An annular eoUpse of the sun, April 8, visible as annular In the north of Scotland and on the 
Islands )[f the eoast ot Norway. Visible as partial Ui northwestern Asia, northwestern Africa, and Ir 
Europe and Greenland. Annulus lasts 1.9m. 

2. A total e«J1ps6 of the raoon in the early morning of April 22, visible at New York. . Visible geu- 
orally l« North and South America and In the Pacific Ocean. Eclipse begins at Ih. 3m. A. M., Eastern 
Standard Time (old), and ends at 4h. 26ra. A. M. Totality begins at 2h. 2-im. A. M. and ends at 3h. 5m. 
A. M.; the middle being at 2h. 44m. A.M. 

First contact with the shadow is 130° from the north point of the moon toward the east. Last con- 
tact is 101° from tha north point toward the west. 

'3. A total eclipse of the sun, October 1, visible as total in the Antarctic Ocean, the path of totality 
stretching frorn Caj>e Horn to the South Pole, but missing both these points by a very narrow margin. 
Visible Mi partial ju Argentina, Peru and Chile. 

4. A partAil eclipse of the moon, October IG, the middle and ending visible at New York; the ending 
%a.sible IS far west ae Denver. Visible generally in western Asia, in Europe, Africa, South America and 
the AtUutic Ocean. Eclipse begins at 4h. 14ni. P. M., Eastern Standard Time, and ends at 7h. 34m. P. 
M.; the midt'.le batfis? at 5h. .54m. P. M. 

Magnitude oJ srcatost eclipse, 0.938 (moon's diameter = 1.0) . 

First contact with the sh:idow i.s 4-5° from the north point of the moon toward the east. Last con- 
tact is 77° from Vbc north point t oward the west. 

THE THEORY OF RELATfVITY. 

In 1905 there apper;red in tlie world of science a new theory, dealing with physics in general and with 
light and gravjtatioa in p;irticular. Albert Einstein is the author of the theory; although a German Ijy 
birth, Dr. Einstein is a siaHu'alizod citizen of Switzerland, where, in Zurich, l)e taught pliysics. During and 
since the war bs haf' btx?n affiliated with the University of Berlin. He is now about forty-three years ot 
age. 

The new tlioory d&als with fundamental ideas and is exceedingly difficult and complicated. It takes 
as starting-point the Bo-called Michelsou-Morley experiment which showed that some mysterious com- 
pensating influence isf at work to prevent an experimenter from detecting even with the most delicate in- 
Btruments the rate &ad direction of the earth's motion through the laminiferous oilier. The ether Is sup- 
posed by physicists to til! all space, to permeate all bodies Ireely and to be perfectly stationary; it would 
therefore seem admirablj' qualified to serve as an absolute standard to which all questions of time and 
space could be referred. The Michelson-Morley experiment left the modern physicist without any fixed 
and certain datvja ground. Dr. Einstein took up the matter at this point and denied that v,e can have 
any knowledge of abaoiute motion as absolute position in space. One set of reference axes is as good as 
another, provided the axc^s are not subject to tmsting or to acceleration. All one can do is to compare 
moving bodies among themiielves. So far Einstein differed not at all from Sir Iijaac Newton, in whose 
theory the iuterplanetarj/ ether had no place. Cut Einstein went farther, startling the world with a phil- 
osophy as new as it is far-reaching. The well-establi.shed doctrine of electrons enabled him to deal in a 
masterly way with b-xiles at exceedingly high velocities. lie has generalized the whole science of physios 
and of celestial meehanios. Tiie three time-honored lav.TS of motion propounded by Newton, as well as 
Newton's law o! gravitation, are true, according to Einstein, only for moderate velocities. For the greatest 
velocities the.se laws require serious modification. The upper limit of all velocities is placed at 186,000 
miles per second; this, the velocity of light, is conceived to bo a fundamental relation between space and time, 
so that no effect ol any kind could possibly be propagated faster. At this speed all energy becomes latent, 
Inertia becomes iufinite, physiological procc,sse.s are arrested and a condition of suspended anim.atloh en- 
sues. If the earth should quit its orbit and go cruising through .space with the velocity of light and should 
return to the orbit and orbital motion only after the lapse of a thousand years, it would be true that to the 
earth's Inhabitants the thousand years had riot been even a moment ol time, since the clocks were at a 
standstill and nono ol the sons of men had so much as made a movement; at the moment of return the 
ticking of the elocKs and the routine of lite would automatically continue as If no millennial break had oc- 
curred. The standards ol length and force, as well as ol time, undergo change with the body's motion; 
a moving body Is shortened in the direction of its progress and correspondingly lengthened in the trans- 
verse direction; since everything is similarly distorted, it is impo.ssible for the change to be perceived by 
one who Is himself partaking of the motion. The earth ia thus shortened two and one-half Inches. One 
is, accordingly, farther from the earth's centre at noon and midnight than at 6 A. M. and 6 P. M. The 
particles of light are flattened in this way into circular disks of practically zero thickness. 

It is Dr. Eifflsteio who has brought the fotu'th dimension into physics as a vital fact. In addition to 
length, breadth and hoiglit of the old order, one now takes account of the time-dimension as the new fourth 
co-ordinate. Timo jina space are no longer treated as independent. The relativist claims that we can 
know nothing of absolute space in the Euclidean sense of a line that goes on and on straiglit into eternity 
and Infinity. The material universe moves in perfect cycles; the system of which wo are a part moves 
through a cycle of sixteen million light-years; at the end of that perloti It recommences its long journey 
and, like the ri-corrlng decimal, repeats it over and over. 

Energy is identical with mass; energy may be .said to create this material t\orld: and the doctrine ol 
conservation of energy becomes merged in the doctrine of conservation of mass. It is here that the rela- 
tivist seems most surely to have planted his feet on solid ground. He has the undoubted facts about elec- 
trons in his support. Proceeding from the dictum that maes is identical with latent energy, he formulates 
a new law that mass Is not invariable, that mass actually receives an increment that varies with the square 
of the ratio ol the body's velocity to that of light. In astronomy this strange doctrine has already been 
decisively confirmed. The most interesting and bewildering thing about relativity is that there is so much 
lo Nature to cooSrna it. 

Some account Is here given of the three great astronomical tests of the theory; of these the first twc 
have been satisfactorily met: (1) The authors of accepted astronomical tables have been obliged to add 
an arbitrary constant, 43", to the centennial motion of Mercury's perihelion in order to secure agree- 
ment between the old Newtonian theory and telescopic olwervatlon; this discrepancy was a hopeless puzzle 
until Einstein anaoanceil the law of mass varying with velocity and computed from this law a correction 
of 42", or withiia one second ol the true. Mercury attains a velocity of thrlty-flve miles per second and Is 
by far the most rapidly moving body In the solar system. (2) Einstein predicted that. If stars be observed 
when they are close to the sun's limb, the light coming from the stars to the earth would be bent by the 
gravitational pull of the Sim: stars at the limb would appear displaced outwaMiiy from the sun by 1.75"; 
stars some distance away from the limb would be displaced Inversely as the dlsronce from the centre of the 
Bun'8 disk. Sueh observations can be made only at the time of a total solar eclipse. Einstein's success 
In solving the problem of Mercury had greatly interested British astronomers The prediction as to the 
bending of light waa in the nature of a challenge, since it presented a clear-cut issue. The I'fewtonlan law 
ot gravitation led erne to expect a displacement of 0.87'' at the sun's limb, Einstein predicted twice as much 
or 1.75". Two expeditions went from England to observe the eclipse of Ma.v 29, 1919, one toSobral, it 
Brazil, the other to Principe, in the Gulf of Guinea. The one expedition secured 1.98" as the result; the 
Other, 1,61"; both are very strongly confirmatory of Einstein. (3) In an intense gravitational field like 
that of the st;» »» liooa ot the spectrum should be displaced to the red. This displacement has not ye( 
been foun*. 



56 



A stronomical — Planetary Config urations. 



PLANETARY CONFIGURATIONS, 1921. 

[Eastern Standard Time] (Old.) 



D. H. M. 

Jan. 2 3 p.m. 

4 8 A.M. 

5 8 A.M. 
9 10 A.M. 

9 4 A.M. 

9 10 A..M. 

13 4 38 A.M. 
13 7 33 A.M. 

16 2 P.M. 

26 8 53 P.M. 

27 7 61 A.M. 

28 12 M. 
Feb. 9 11 P.M. 

11 4 43 A.M. 

11 11 41 P.M. 
15 6 A.M. 
15 2 P.M. 

21 4 A.M. 
23 3 15 A.M. 

23 3 55 P.M. 
Mar. 2 9 p.m. 

3 4 A.M. 

4 9 P.M. 

12 2 5 A.M. 
12 8 A.M. 
12 10 42 P.M. 
15 6 A.M. 

17 3 A.M. 
20 4 47 A.M. 

22 7 57 A.M. 
22 10 55 P.M. 

24 12 P.M. 
28 1 A.M. 

30 5 A.M. 
31. 2 P.M. 

31 4 P.M. 
April 4 10 P.M. 

9 12 57 P.M. 

9 9 54 P.M. 

18 11 50 A.M. 

19 4 13 A.M. 
22 1 P.M. 
28 9 P.M. 

May 5 11 45 p.m. 
6 7 A.M. 
8 5 4 P.M. 

10 6 A.M. 

11 10 P.M. 

14 2 P.M. 

15 4 58 P.M. 

16 8 48 A.M. 

19 10 P.M. 

20 1 A.M. 

21 11 A.M. 
28 1 P.M. 
31 6 P.M. 

June 2 10 4 p.m. 

6 11 57 A.M. 

"9 12 M. 

10 11 P.M. 
If? 1 28 A.M. 
ii2 2 47 P.M. 

23 11 A.M. 

24 7 A.M. 
27 1 P.M. 



From the photometric study o? eclipsing binary atar.s it lias been shown by Roberta and by Russell 
that tlie average densities of these stars is small, uo more than one-eiRlUh of that of the sun. On this and 
other grounds astronomers are of the opinion tliat stars are generally loss dense than the sun; that la, that 
they occupy a larger volume when of equal mass. The sun is only 1.4 times as dense as water, or half as 
dense aa gla.ss, while our earth is 5.5 times as dense as water, or 4 times as dense as the sun. 



- 




D. H. M. 




$ In aphelion. 


June 29 2 A.M. 


6 d Q 


"4 stationary. 


July 


12 P.M. 


9 gr. elong. W, 45° 44'. 


I7 stationary. 




2 12 36 A.M. 


6 "2 g 


(5 d" 6 cT S. 0° 15'. 




4 2 A.M. 


© in aphelion. 


d 9 S 9 S. 0° 41'. 




5 6 22 A.M. 


6 d€ 


6 9 (f ? S. 0° 25'. 




7 12 P.M. 


6 $ 0) Inferior. 


6 d€, 




9 2 P.M. 


6 5 r' $ S, 5° 46'. 


6 9€ 




9 2 17 P.M. 


6 -il€ 


d 5 superiot. 




9 11 56 P.M. 


6 h € 


6 ^ ^■ 




15 10 P.M. 


9 gr. hel. lat. S. 


6h€ 




18 9 p,.M. 


stationary. 


9 In Q. 




28 5 P.M. 


§ gr. elong. W. 19° 41', 


9 gr. elong. K. 46° 46'. 




31 1 24 P.M. 


6 9 a ' 


6 <f C 


Aug. 


2 11 59 P.M. 


6 c' C 


6 9® 




6 7 1 A.M. 


6}IQ, 


$ gr. elong. E. 18° 8'. 




6 12 39 P.M. 


6 ^^ ® 


§ In perihelion. 




10 1 P.M. 


§ In perihelion. 


$ stationary. 




10 7 P.M. 


6 § cT § S. 0° 11'. 


6 ^€ 




23 5 A.M. 


6 § Q superior. 


6 h C 




30 7 19 A.M. 


6 9® 


6 § inferior. 




31 4 23 P.M. 


6 d€ 


§ in perihelion. 


Sept 


3 2 19 A.M. 


6 ^(S: 


8^0 




3 3 57 A.M. 


6 h (£ 


6 d € 




12 M. 


6 ^ Ti ^ S.O" 19'. 


8 h 




6 11 P.M. 


6 § h § S. 1° 25'. 


6 9® 




10 5 A.M. 


^ 9 JnQ. 


5 stationary. 




14 12 M. 


6 2^ b "^ S. 1° 2'. 


' 9 sr. brilliancy. 




21 8 A.M. 


6 h G 


d UJC 




22 5 P.M. 


6 -5/ 


6 ^l€ 




23 1 P.M. 


$ In aphelion. 


6 h€ 




29 ■ 3 4 A.M. 


6 9® 


9 gr. hel. lat. N. 




29 7 A.M. 


d gr. hel. lat. N. 


cf InQ. 




29 7 13 A.M. 


6 cf ® 


$ gr. elong. W. 27° 50'. 




30 7 55 P.M. 


6 '2 ® 


§ in aphelion. 




30 10 19 P.M. 


6h € 


9 stationary. 


Oct. 


3 7 A.M. 


6 5 cf § s. 0° 11', 


6 9 cf 




•760 P.M. 


$ gr. elong. E. 25° 23'. 






13 8 P.M. 


9 In perihelion. 


6 c^ (£ 




19 11 P.M. 


5 stationary. 


6 'ns. 




22 3 A..M. 


6 9 'i 9 S. 0° 35'. 


6 h <S, 




25 11 A.M. 


6 9 "i; 9 i<. 0° 31'. 


6 9 CO inferior. 




27 8 IS P.M. 


6 cf C 


6 5 9 $ «■ 6° 52'. 




28 10 24 A.M. 


6 h m 


6 9 d 




28 5 P.M. 


6 ^;® 


If. stationary. 




28 10 56 P.M. 


6 9® 


6 d€ 




31 5 A.M. 


6 § inferior. 


6 § superior. 


Nov 


. 3 10 P.M. 


rf in aphelion. 


9 stationary. 




4 5 P.M. 


9 gr. he!, lat. N. 


$ in perihelion. 




6 12 M. 


§ in perihelion. 


6 T/C 




8 "10 P.M. 


stationary. 


6 b C 




13 9 P.M. 


6 cf ^ d" S. 0° 53'. 


6 $ cT § N. 1° 4'.- 




16 11 A.M. 


5 g^-. elong. W. 19° 27' 


9 in t3. 




24 9 49 P.M. 


6 '? C 


h statlonarj'. 




25 7 43 A.M 


6 cf ® 


9 gr brilliancy. 




25 8 46 A.M 


6 V€ 


n 1/ 




26 6 P.M. 


6 cf :y cf N. 0° 10'. 


6 9 € 




27 9 24 P.M. 


6 9® 


6 d il 


Dec 


. 20 12 M 


§ in apbelion. 


n h gr. elons. E. 24° 13'. 




22 6 10 A.M 


6 '2 ® 


§ 




23 9 P.M 


6 TJ ® 


6 %€ 




23 5 59 P.M 


6 cT ® 


6 'j (£ 




27 11 A.M 


6 5 superior. 


9 in aphelion. 




28 2 58 A.M 


6 9 ® 


.§ stationary. 




29 8 A M 


• ° 'j '^ 0, 


$ in aphelion. 




30 6 P.M 


9 '" U. 



Astronomical — Pole Star — Stai- Table. 



57 



POLE STAR. 

MEAN TIME OF TRANSIT (AT WASHINGTON) AND POLAR DISTANCE OF POLARIS. 



S921. 


JANUARY, 1 


February, i 


March. i 


APRIL. 1 


May. I 


JUNE, 


o — 


Upper 
Tran- 
sit. 


Polar 
Dis- 
tance. 


Lower 
Tran- 
sit. 


Polar 
Dla- 

tauce. 


Lower 
Tran- 
sit. 


Polar 
Dis- 
tance. 


Lower 

Transit. 


Polar 
Dis- 
tance. 


Lower 
Tran- 
sit. 


Polar 
Dis- 
tance. 


Lower 

Tran- 
sit. 


Polar 
Dis- 
tance. 


1 
11 

21 


p. M. 

H. M. S, 

6 48 39 
6 9 9 
5 29 39 


1 6 42 
1 6 41 
1 6 41 


a. m. 

H. M. S. 

4 43 10 
4 8 40 
3 29 12 


1 6 42 
1 6 43 
1 6 44 


A. M. 

H. M.'S. 
2 57 38 
2 18 12 
1 38 48 


1 6 46 
1 6 48 
1 6 51 


H. ii. s. 
12 55 30 A.M. 
12 16 10 A.M. 
11 32 56 P.M. 


1 If 

1 6 55 
1 6 58 
1 7 1 


P. M. 

H. M. S. 

10 53 42 
10 14 28 
9 35 16 


a t II 

1 7 4 
1 7 7 
1 7 9 


p. M. 

H. M. 8. 

8 52 10 
8 13 
7 33 51 


t If 

1 7 n 

1 7 13 
1 7 14 


1921 


July. 


August. 


September. 


OCTOBER. 


November. 


December. 


Day of 

Month. 


Lower 

Tran- 
sit. 


Polar 
Dis- 
tance. 


Upper 
Tran- 
sit. 


Polar 
Dis- 
tance. 


Upper 
Tran- 
sit. 


Polar 
Dis- 
tance. 


Upper 

Transit. 


Polar 
Dis- 
tance. 


Upper 

Tran- 
sit. 


Polar 
Dis- 
tance . 


Upper 
Tran- 
sit, 


Polar 
Dis- 
tance . 


■ 1 
U 

21 


p. M. 

H. M. 3. 

6 54 43 

6 15 36 
5 36 28 


/ If 

1 7 14 
1 7 14 
1 7 13 


a. m. 

H. M. 8. 

4 55 22 
4 16 14 
3 37 4 


/ // 

1 7 12 
1 7 10 
1 7 7 


A. M. 

a. M. s. 

2 53 39 
2 14 47 
1 35 3! 


/ // 

1 7 4 
1 7 2 
I 6 58 


H. M. s. 
12 56 22 A.M. 
12 17 6 a.m. 
11 33 52 P.M. 


Q t tf 

1 6 55 
1 6 51 
1 6 48 


p. M. 

H. -M. 3. 

10 50 37 
10 11 15 
9 31 52 


1 II 

\ 6 43 

1 6 39 
1 6 38 


p. M. 

H. M. 8. 
8 52 28 
8 13 1 
7 .33 33 


# /, 

1 6 3, 
1 6 3„ 
1 6 2'^ 



From June 16 to .August 1 both the upper and lower transits talte place duringj daylight. The azimuth 
at the time of greatest Eastern or Western elongation can be easily computed from the formula: 

sin V 

Sin A = 

cos I 
where .4 denotes the azimuth, p the polar distance, and I the latitude of the place. 

DATE OF GREATEST ELONGATION. 
To find the time of greatest Eastern or Western elongation, let H denote the hour angle, and { and v as 
before, tlian we shall have 

cos H = tan v tan I. 
And the hour angle in mean time is 

i/m = //°X 0.0661816. 
This QU.intlty, ^m, added to or substracted from the time of transit given above, aecording to the elonga- 
tion required, will give the mean time of the greatest elongation at any place whose north latitude ia I. 



STAR TABLE. 

FOR IDENTIFYING THE PRINCIPAL FIXED STARS. 



Name of Star. 


Decli- 
nation. 


On Meridian, 


uAndromedas (Alpheratz). 

vPegosi (Algenlb), 

aCassiopeisB (Schedir ) , , . . 
aArietis , , , 


1 

+ 28 39 
+ 14 44 
+ 5G 6 
+ 23 5 
+ 40 39 
+ 16 21 
+ 45 55 
+ 7 24 
—16 36 
+ 33 4 
+ 5 26 
+ 28 13 
+ 12 22 


Upper. Lower. 

H, M. H. M. 

— 1 28.5 + 10 29.5 

— 1 23.6 + 10 34.4 

— 56.7 + 11 1.3 
+ 29.7 + 12 27.7 


3Pcrsei (Algol) 


+ 1 29.9 + 13 27.9 


oTauri (Aldebaran) 

oAurigfB (Capella) , 

aOrionis (Betelguese) .... 
aCanIs Majoris (Sirius) ,.. 
oGeminorum (Castor ) , , , , 
aCanis Minoria (Procyon) 
jSGeminorum (Pollux) . . . 
aLeonis (Regulus) 


+ 2,57.9 + 14 55.9 
+ 3 37,3+13 35.3 
+ 4 17,2 + 16 15.2 
+ 5 7,9 + 17 5.9 
+ 5 55.6 + 17 53 6 
+ 6 1.2+17 59 2 
+ 6 G 5 + 18 4 5 
+ S 29.8 + 20 27.8 



Name of Star, 



iVlrginis (Spica) , , 
oBootis (Arcturus) , 
i3LTr3.o Minoris. , , . 
uCoronae Borealis , . 
aScorpii (Antarcs), 
iLyr.T; (Vega) . ,. . . 
aAquilse (Altair) , ,, 
cr.Cygnl (Dencb) , ,. 

(iCephei, , , ,, , 

lAquarii , 

ipiscis Australia. , . 
aPegasi (MarlJiib) . 



Decli- 
nation. 



—10 45 

+ 19 36 

+ 74 29 

+ 26 59 

—26 15 

+ 38 42 

+ 8 39 

+ 45 

+ 62 13 

— C 43 

—30 3 

+ 14 46 



On Meridian 



Upper, 
H, M 
+ 11-46 
+ 12 37 
+ 13 15 
+ 13 56, 
+ 14 19 
+ 16 58 
+ 18 11, 
+ 19 2, 
+ 19 40. 
+ 20 25, 
+ 21 16. 
+ 2124 



Lower 
n. M 

.2 + 23 44 :• 
.0+0 39.'„- 
,8+ 1 17.8 
,1+ 158.1 
.2+2 51..: 
5+ 5 0.. 
0+6 13." 
7+74 .' 
6+ 7 42.'i 
4+ 8 27.! 
8+9 18.' 
4 + 9 26 t 



To find tl'.e time of the star's transit, add or subtract, according to the sign, the numbers in the secon' 
column of (igures, api'lying it to the time of the transit of the pole star given above. Thus, for a Andromede?. 
February 11; lower transit of tlie pole star Is 4h. 8m, 40s. a. m., to v<liich add lOh. 29,5m., and we have 21i 
38m. p. M.; for December 1, we find 7h. 2tm. p. m. etc. 

APPROXIMATE P.A.RALLAX AND DISTANCE IN LIGHT-YEARS OF SOME OF THE PRINCIPAL 

FIXED STARS. 
By light-yeara is to be understood the number of years light requires to travel from the star to us. 



Polaris (Pole Star) 

* Auriga; (Capella) 

a Canls Majoris (Sh-ius) . . . . 
a Cauis Minoris (Procyon) . . 

a Bootis (Arcturus) 

a Centauri 



Parallax. 



0.073 
0,077 
0,380 
0,330 
0.127 
0.750 



Light- 
Years. 



45 
42 

9 
10 
26 

4,4 



a Lyra! (Vega) . 

Gl Cygni 

B CassiopeiiB. 
V Draconis... 
S5 Pegasi 



Parallax, 



0,140 
0,300 
0,187 
0. 127 
0,054 



Light- 
Years, 



23 
11 

17 
26 
60 



The determination of stellar parallax is one of the most difficult and refined problems in practic.il oi 
observational astronomy. It is to find the angle which the semi-diameter of the earth's orbit subtends f i 
the star — an angle always very small, as seen from the above table, and which cannot be measured directs 
but by various processes loo complicated to be explained here. 



58 



A stronomical — 'Sun's Declination. 



THE SUN'S DECLINATION. 

[Washington — Apparent Noon.) 



Date — 


Apparent 


Datk-^ 
1921.^ 


Apparent 


Date — 


Apparent 


Date — 
19^1. 


Apparent 


1921. 


Declination. 


Declination. 


1921. 


Declination. 


Dedication. 




o f ff 




o / // 




o / // 




o / // 


Jan. 1 . 


—23 35 


Mar. 26. 


+ 2 11 17 


June 18. 


+ 23 24 37 


Sept. 10 . 


+ 4 58 9 


2. 


—22 55 24 


27. 


34 46 


19. 


25 46 


11. 


35 22 


3. 


49 46 


28. 


58 13 


20. 


26 30 


12. 


12 31 


4. 


43 40 


29. 


+ 3 21 37 


21. 


26 49 


13. 


+^3 49 35 


5. 


37 8 


30. 


44 56 


22. 


26 43 


14. 


26 34 


6. 


30 9 


31. 


+ 4 8 12 


23. 


26 12 


15. 


3 31 


7. 


22 43 


April 1. 


31 23 


24. 


25 17 


16. 


+ 2 40 23 


8. 


14 50 
6 31 


2. 


54 29 


25. 


23 57 


17. 


17 13 


9. 


3. 


+ 5 17 30 


26. 


22 12 


18. 


+ 1 54 


10. 


—21 57 47 


4. 


40 26 


27. 


20 2 


19. 


30 44 


11. 


48 36 


5. 


+ 6 3 15 


28. 


17 28 


20. 


7 26 


12. 


39 1 


6. 


25 59 


29. 


14 30 


21. 


+ 44 7 


13. 


29 


7. 


48 36 


30. 


11- 7 


22. 


+ 20 45 


14. 


18 34 


8. 


+ 7 11 5 


July 1 . 


7 19 


23. 


— 2 37 


15. 


7 44 


9. 


33 28 


2. 


3 7 


24. 


26 


16. 


—20 56 30 


10. 


55 43 


3. 


+ 22 58 31 


25. 


49 24 


17. 


44 51 


11. 


+ 8 17 50 


4. 


53 31 


26. 


— 1 12 48 


13. 


32 49 


12. 


39 48 


5. 


48 7 


27. 


36 11 


19. 


20 24 


13. 


+ 9 1 38 


6. 


42 20 


28. 


59 34 


20. 


7 36 


14. 


23 18 


7. 


36 8 


29. 


— 2 22 56 


21. 


—19 .54 25 


15. 


44 50 


8. 


29 33 


30. 


46 17 


22. 


40 52 


16. 


+ 10 6 11 


9. 


22 35 


Oct. 1 . 


— 3 9 36 


23. 


23 58 


17. 


27 23 


10. 


15 14 


2. 


32 54 


24. 


12 41 


18. 


4« 24 


11. 


7 30 


3. 


56 8 


25. 


—18 58 4 


19. 


+ 11 9 14 


12. 


+ 21 59 23 


4. 


— 4 19 20 


26. 


43 6 


20. 


29 53 


13. 


50 53 


5. 


42 29 


27. 


27 46 


21. 


50 21 


14. 


42 1 


6. 


— 5 5 34 


28. 


12 7 


22. 


+ 12 10 38 


15. 


32 47 


7i 


28 36 


29. 


—17 56 9 


23. 


30 42 


16. 


23 11 


8. 


51 33 


30. 


39 51 


24. 


50 34 


17. 


13 13 


9. 


— 6 14 25 


31. 


23 14 


25. 


+ 13 10 14 


18. 


2 54 


10. 


37 13 


I'eb. 1. 


6 18 


26. 


29 40 


19. 


+ 20 52 13 


11. 


59 35 


2. 


—16 49 5 


27. 


48 53 


20. 


41 11 


12. 


— 7 22 31 


3. 


31 34 


28. 


+ 14 7 53 


21. 


29 48 


13. 


45 1 


4. 


13 45 


29. 


26 39 


22. 


18 4 


14. 


— 8 7 25 


5 


—15 55 40 


30. 


45 11 


23. 


6 


15. 


29 42 


6. 


37 18 


May 1. 


+ 15 3 28 


24. 


+ 19 53 36 


16. 


- 51 52 


7 


18 41 


2. 


21 30 


25. 


40 52 


17. 


— 9 13 54 


a. 


— 14 69 48 


3. 


39 17 


26. 


27 48 


18. 


35 49 


o 


40 39 


4. 


56 49 ^ 


27. 


14 24 


19. 


57 35 


10. 


21 16 


5. 


+ 16 14 5 


28. 


42 


20. 


—10 19 12 


U. 


1 39 


6. 


31 5 


29. 


+ 18 46 41 


21. 


40 40 


J2. 


—13 41 48 


7. 


47 48 


30. 


32 21 


22. 


—11 1 59 


13. 


21 44 


8. 


+ 17 4 15 


31. 


17 43 


23. 


23 8 


14. 


1 26 


9. 


20 24 


Aug. 1 . 


2 46 


24. 


44 7 


15. 


—12 40 56 


10. 


36 16 


2. 


+ 17 47 32 


25. 


—12 4 55 


16. 


20 14 


11. 


51 51 


3. 


32 1 


26. 


25 32 


17. 


—11 59 20 


12. 


+ 18 7 7 


4. 


16 13 


27. 


45 58 


18. 


38 15 


13. 


22 5 


5. 


8 


28. 


—13 6 12 


19. 


16 59 


14. 


36 45 


6. 


+ 16 43 46 


29. 


26 13 


20. 


—10 55 33 


15. 


51 6 


7. 


27 8 


30. 


46 2 


•21. 


33 56 


16. 


+ 19 C 8 


8. 


. 10 14 


31. 


—14 5 38 


22. 


12 10 


17. 


18 50 


,9. 


+ 15 53 5 


Nov. 1. 


25 


23. 


— 9 SO 14 


18. 


■ 32 13 


10. 


35 41 


2. 


44 9 


24. 


28 9 


19. 


45 15 


11. 


18 2 


3. 


—15 3 3 


25. 


5 56 


20. 


57 58 


12. 


8 


4. 


21 42 


26. 


— 8 43 34 


21. 


+ 20 10 20 


13. 


+ 14 42 


5. 


40 6 


27. 


21 5 


22. 


22 22 


14. 


23 37 


6. 


58 14 


28. 


— 7 58 28 


23. 


34 2 


15. 


5 1 


7, 


—16 16 7 


Mar. 1 . 


35 44 


24. 


45 22 


16. 


+ 13 46 12 


8. 


33 43 


2. 


12 54 


25. 


56 20 


17. 


27 9 


9. 


51 2 


3. 


— 6 49 57 


26. 


+ 21 6 56 


18. 


7 54 


10. 


—17 8 4 


4. 


20 54 


27. 


17 11 


19. 


+ 12 48 26 


11. 


24 48 


5. 


3 46 


28. 


27 4 


20. 


28 46 


12. 


41 14 


6. 


— 5 40 34 


29. 


36 34 


21. 


8 54 


13. 


57 22 


7. 


17 16 


30. 


45 42 


22. 


+ 11 48 51 


14. 


—18 13 11 


8. 


— 4 53 54 


31. 


54 27 


23. 


28 36 


15. 


28 41 


9. 


30 29 


June 1 . 


+ 22 2 50 


24. 


8 10 


16. 


43 52 


10. 


7 


2. 


10 50 


25. 


+ 10 47 34 


17. 


58 42 


11. 


— 3 43 28 


3. 


18 26 


26. 


26 47 


18. 


—19 13 12 


12. 


19 53 


4. 


25 39 


27. 


5 50 


19. 


27 22 


13. 


— 2 56 16 


5. 


32 29 


28. 


+ 9 44 44 


20. 


41 10 


14. 


32 33 


6. 


38 54 


29. 


23 28 


21. 


54 37 


15. 


8 58 


7. 


44 57 


30. 


2 3 


22. 


—20 7 42 


16. 


— 1 45 16 


8. 


50 35 


31. 


+ 8 40 29 


23. 


20 26 


17. 


21 34 


9 


55 49 


Sept. 1 . 


18 47 


24. 


32 46 


18. 


— 57 52 


10. 


+ 23 39 


2. 


. + 7 56 57 


25. 


44 44 


19 


.34 10 


11. 


5 4 


3. 


35 


26. 


56 19 


20. 


— 10 28 


12. 


9 6 


4 


12 54 


27. 


—21 7 30 


21. 


+ 13 13 


13. 


12 42 


6. 


+ 6 50 42 


28. 


18 17 


. . 22. 


30 53 


14. 


15 55 


6. 


28 24 


/ 29. 


28 40 


23. 


+ 1 32 


15. 


18 42 


7. 


5 59 


30. 


38 39 


24. 


24 9 


16. 


21 5 


8. 


+ 5 43 28 


Dec. 1. 


48 13 


25. 


+ 1 47 44 


17. 


+ 23 23 3 


9. 


+ 5 20 51 


2. 


—21 57 22 



onomical — 'Sun's Declination and Se^ni- Diameter, Etc. 59 







THE 


SUN'S DECLINATION- 


—CoTitinued. 






Date — 
1921. 


Apparent 
Declination. 


Date — 
1921. 


Apparont 
Declination. 


Date — 
1921. 


Apparent 
Declination. 


Date — 
1921. 


Apparent 
Declination. 


Dec. 1. 

2. 
3. 

4. 
5. 
0. 

7. 
8. 


o 1 ■■ i» 

—21 48 13 
67 22 

—22 6 5 
14 23 
22 15 

29 40 

30 40 
—22 43 13 


Dec. 9. 
10. 
11. 
12. 
13. 
14. 
15. 
16. 


o / 1' 

—22 49 19 

54 58 

—23 10 

4 54 

9 11 

13 

16 22 

—23 19 16 


Dec. 17. 
18. 
19. 
20. 
21. 
22. 
23. 
24. 


o It* 

—23 21 41 
23 39 

25 8 

26 9 
20 42 
26 47 
26 23 

—23 25 31 


Dec. 25. 
26. 
27. 
28. 
29. 
30. 
31. 


o f n 

—23 24 11 
22 22 
20 6 
17 21 
14 8 
10 27 

—23 6 18 



HOW TO DETERMINE LATITUDES. 
(A Short method, by an observation at apparent noon.) 

Set ciown 89 degrees, 48 minutes, and take the sun's observed altitude at noon from it. This gives the 
zpnitli distance. Marls the i!,enlth distance nortti if tlie sun bears south, or south if the sun bears north 
Place the sun's true declination undisr the zenith distance, and if they are botli of one name their sum wll 
be the latitude; but if of different names, (i. e., one noith and the otlier south) , their difference is the latitudt 
of the same name of the greater number. 

Note. — The sun's declination may be taken from the above table; in which the positive algebraii 
sign denotes north and the negative sign south. The sun's observed altitude corrected for 3.3mi diameter 
16 minutes additive, and dip and retraction, aboiit 4 minutes subtractive ectvcls 12 minutes dlflerenct 
which subtracted from 90 degrees leaves 89 -degrees 48 minutes, a constant number from which to subtraci 
the observed altitude. 

THE SUN'S SEMI-DIAMETER AND HORIZONTAL PARALLAX. 

{Washington — Apparent Noon.) 





Sun's 


Equatorial 




Sun's 


Equatorial 




Sun's 


Equatorial 


[1921. 


Semi- 


Horizontal 


1921. 


Semi- 


Horizontal 


1921. 


Semi- 


Horizontal 




Diameter. 


Pai'allax. 




Diameter. 


Parallax. 




Diameter. 


Parallax. 




/ r# 


// 




/ // 


// 




f // 


// 


Jan. 1 


16 17.87 


8.95 


May 11 


15 51.63 


8.71 


Sept. 18 


15 57.31 


8.76 


11 


17.63 


8.95 


21 


49.72 


8.69 


28 


59.95 


8.78 


21 


16.97 


8.94 


31 


48.08 


8,68 


Oct. 8 


16 2.72 


8.81 


31 


15.74 


8.93 


June 10 


46.86 


8.67 


18 


5.50 


8.83 


Feb. 10 


14.09 


8.92 


20 


46.10 


8.66 


28 


8.10 


8.86 


20 


12.14 


8.90 


30 


45.69 


8.66 


Nov. 7 


10.59 


8.88 


Mar. 2 


9.80 


8.88 


July 10 


45.77 


8.66 


17 


12.83 


8.90 


12 


7.23 


8.86 


20 


48.33 


8.66 


27 


14.65 


8.92 


22 


4.58 


8 83 


30 


47.23 


8.67 


Dec. 7 


16.18 


8.93 


April 1 


1.78 


8.81 


Aug. 9 


48.60 


8.68 


17 


17.23 


8.94 


11 


15 59.01 


8.78 


19 


50.37 


8.70 


27 


17.74 


8 95 


21 


56.41 


8.75 


29 


52.38 


8.72 


31 


16 17.81 


8.95 


May 1 


53.89 


8.73 


Sept. 8 


54.72 


8.74 









ASTRONOMICAL CONSTANTS. 

Mean solar parallax, 8". 80. Nutation constant, 9". 21. 

Aberration constant, 20".47. Annual precession, 50".2'>64+0".000222 (t — 1900). 

Obliquity of the ecliptic, 23° 27' 8".26— 0".4684 (t— 1900). 

Annual diminution of obliquity, 0".4684. 

Moon's equatorial horizontal parallax, 57' 2". 63. 

Moon's mean distance from the earth (centre to centre), 238,862 miles. 

Sun's mean distance from the earth (astronomical unit), 92,897,400 miles. 

Velocity of light, 186,324 miles per second. 

Light travels unit of distance — viz. 92,897,400 miles in 498.580 seconds. 

Length of the Year — Tropical (equinox to equinox), 365.2121988 days. 
Sidereal or absolute revolution, 365.2563604 days. 
Anomalistic (from perihelion to perihelion), 365.2596413 days. 

Length of Day — Sidereal, 23 hours 56 minutes 4.091 seconds (mean solar time). Mean solar, 24 hourL 
3 minutes 56.565 seconds (sidereal time). 

Length of the Month — Synodlcal (from new moon to new moon), 29 days 12 hours 44 minutes 2.!f 
seconds. Tropical, 27 days 7 hours 43 minutes 4.7 seconds. Sidereal (absolute revolution), 27 days 7 hours 
43 minutes 11.5 seconds. Anomalistic (from perigee to perigee). 27 days 13 hours 18 minutes 33.1 seconds 

Dimensions of the Earth — Equatorial radius, 3963.34 miles. Polar radias, 3949.99 miles. Eccen- 
Jrlcity of the oblate spheroid, 0.0819981. 

THE ZODIAC. 

The sun's apparent yearly path among the stars is knovn as the ecliptic. The zone 16° wide, 8° or 
each side of the ecliptic, is known aa the zodiac. Beginning »t the point on the ecliptic which marks the 
position of the sun at the vernal equinox, and thence proceeding eastward, the zodiac is divided Into twelve 
signs of 30° each, which are as follows: 

SIGNS OF THE ZODIAC. 
( 1. HP Aries. The Ram. ( 7. £: Libra. The Balance, 

J 2- W Taurus. The Bull 



Spring •< 2. y Taurus. 
Signs. ( 3. n Gemini. 



The Bull. 
The Twins. 



4. s Cancer. The Crab. 
Summer •{ 5. fl Leo. The Lion. ' 
Signs. ( 6. np Virgo. The Virgin. 



Autumn 

Signs. 



Winter 
Signs. 



8. rri Scorpius. The Scorpion. 

9. V? Sagittarius. The Archer. 

10. l^ Capricornus. The Goat. 

11. ~ Aquarius. The Water-Bearer. 

12. ^ Pisces. The Fishes. 



These signs are named from the twelve constellations of the zodiac; with which the signs coincided Ii: 
the time of the astronomer Hipparchus, about two thousand years ago. Owing to the precession of tlie equi 
noses, that is to say, to the retrograde motion of the equinoxes along the ecliptic, each sign in the zodiac hae. 
In the course of two thousand years, moved backward 30° Into the constellation west of it; so that the sign 
Aries l3 now In the constellation Pisces, and 80 on. 

The zodiac, with ita constellations and with the symbols that represent them, is of the greatest antiquity; 
ana is traceable In part, at least, to an Egyptian origin. The zodiac may be called the great highway of the 
fteavena. Its width being such as to Include all the journeylngs of the sun, moon, and seven major planets. 



60 



Astronomical — Latitude and Longitude. 



LATITUDE AND LONGITUDE TABLE. 

(LONGITtlDE E,ECKONED FROM GREENWICH.) 

Specially prepared for The World Almanac by the United States Coast and Geodetic Survey. 



° ' " H. M. s. 

Acapulco, Mex 16 50 56 N. 6 39 41.8 W. 

Adelaide, S. Australia*. . .34 55 38 S. 9 14 20.1 E. 

Aden, Arabia 12 46 40 N. 2 59 55.8 E. 

Albany, N. Y.* 42 39 13 N. 4 55 7.1 W. 

Algiers* 36 47 50 N. 12 08.4 E. 

Alleghfiny, Pa.* .40 28 58 N. 5 20 5.4 W. 

Alexandria Egypt 31 11 43 N. 159 26.7 E. 

Amherst, Mass.* 42 21 ,56 N, 4 50 5.9 W. 

Ann Arbor, Micll.* 42 16 48 N. 5 34 55.2 W. 

Annapolis, Md.* 38 68 54 N. 5 5 56.5 W. 

Antipodes Island 49 42 OS. 11 54 52.3 E . 

Apia, Samoa 13 48 56 S. 11 26 59.7 E. 

Archangel, Russia 64 32 6 N. 2 42 14.0 E. 

Armagh, Ireland* 54 21 13 N, 26 35.4 W. 

Aspinwall, S. A., Lt 9 22 9 N, 5 19 39.0 W. 

Astoria, Ore 46 11 19 N. 8 15 18.8 W. 

Athens. Greece* 37 68 20 N. I 34 54.9 E . 

Attu Island. Alaska 52 56 IN. 11 32 49.6 E. 

Bahia, Brazil 13 37 S. 2 34 8.4 W. 

Baltimore, Md.* 39 17 52 N. 5 6 29.1 W. 

Batavia, Java 6 7 40 S. 7 7 13.7 E. 

Belize, Honduras 17 29 20 N. 5 52 46.7 W. 

Belle Isle, Lt 5153 ON. 3 41 29.5 W. 

Berlin, Prussia* 52 30 17 N. 53 34.9 E . 

Bi'rmurta. Dock Yard 32 19 24 N. 4 19 18.3 W. 

Bombay* 18 53 36 N. 4 51 15.7 E. 

Bonn, Germany* 50 43 45 N. 28 23.2 E . 

Bordeaux, France* 44 50 7 N. 2 5.5 W. 

Boston State House 42 21 23 N. 4 44 15.3 W. 

Bridgetown, Barhadoes. . .13 5 42 N. 3 58 29.3 W. 

Brussels, Belgium* 50 47 50 N. 17 26.0 E. 

Buenos Ayres 34 36 30 S. 3 .53 2S.9 W. 

Calcutta 22 33 25 N. 5 53 20.7 E. 

Callao, Peru, Lt 12 4 3 S. 5 9 3.0 W. 

Cambridge. -Eng.* 52 12 52 N. 22.7 E. 

Cambridge, Mass.* ; .42 22 48 N. 4 44 31.0 W. 

Canton, China 23 6 35 N. 7 33 46.3 E. 

Cape Cod, Mass., Lt 42 2 21 N. 4 40 14.6 W. 

C. Hatteras. N. C., Lt. . .35 15 14 N. 5 2 5.0 W. 

Cape I^enry, Va., Lt 36 55 29 N. 5 4 2.0 W. 

»Cape Horn 55 58 41 S. 4 29 5.0 W. 

Cape May. N. J., Lt 38 55 56 N. 4 59 50.7 W. 

Cape Good Hope, Lt 34 21 12 S. 1 13 58.0 E. 

Cape Prince of Wales 65 33 30 N. 11 11 56.8 W. 

Charleston, S. C, Lt 32 41 44 N. 5 19 32.0 W. 

Charlottetown, P. E. I. . .46 13 55 N. 4 12 27.5 W. 

Cherbourg, France 49 38 64 N. 6 32.5 W. 

Chicago, 111.* 4150 IN. 5 50 26.8 W. 

Christiania, Norway*. . . .59 54 44 N. 42 ,53.5 E. 

Clncinaati, Ohio* 39 8 20 N. 5 37 41.4 W. 

Clinton, N. Y.* 43 3 17 N. 5 1 37.4 W. 

Colombo, Ceylon 6 55 40 N. 5 19 21.9 E. 

Constantinople 41 30 N. 1 56 3.7 E 

Copenhagen* 55 41 13 N. 50 18.7 E. 

Demerara (Geo'town, Lt.) 6 49 20 N. 3 ^2 46.0 W. 

Denver, Col.* 39 40 36 N. 6 59 47.7 W. 

Dublin, Ireland* 53 23 13 N. 25 21.1 W. 

Eagle City. Alaska 64 47 20 N 9 24 48.4 \V. 

Edinburgh* 55 57 23 N. 12 43.1 W. 

Esqulmault, B. C, Lt 48 25 40 N. 8 13 47.1 W. 

Fairbanks, Ala.ska 64 50 53 N 9 50 54.1 W. 

Fatlier Point. Quebec, Lt.48 31 25 N. 4 33 49.2 VV. 

Fayal, Azores 38 32 9 N. 1 54 16.0 W. 

Fernandlna, Fla 30 40 18 N. 5 25 51.1 W. 

Florence, Italy* 43 46 4 N. 45» 1.5 E . 

Funchal, Madeira 32 38 4 N. 1 7 35.6 W. 

Galveston, Tex 29 18 17 N. 6 19 9.7 W. 

Geneva, Switzerland*. . . .46 11 69 N. 24 36.6 E. 

Glasgow, Scotland* 55 62 43 N. 17 10.6 W. 

Gibraltar 36 6 30 N. 21 23.3 W. 

Greenwich. Eng.* 51 28 38 N. 0.0 — 

Halifax, N. S 44 39 38 N. 4 14 21.1 W. 

Hamburg, Germany* 53 32 51 N. 39 63.5 E. 

Hanover, N. H.* 43 42 15 N. 4 49 8.0 W. 

Havana, Cuba. 23 9 21 N. 5 29 26.0 \V. 

Hobart Town, Tas 42 53 25 S. 9 49 20.5 E. 

Hongkong. China* 22 18 13 N. 7 36 41.9 E. 

Honolulu (Reef Lt.) 21 17 55 N. 10 31 28.0 W. 

Key We.st, Fla., Lt 24 32 58 N. 5 27 12.3 W. 

Kingston. Jamaica 17 57 41 N. 5 7 10.7 W. 

Lisbon, Portugal* 38 42 31 N. 36 44.7 W. 

Liverpool* .IS 24 5 N. 12 17.3 W. 

Madison. Wis.* ,43 4 37 N. 6 57 37.9 W. 



° ' " e. M. s. 

Madras, India* 13 4 8 N. 5 20 59. 1 E . 

Madrid, Spain* 40 24 30 N. 14 45.1 W. 

Manila, Lt 14 35 25 N. 8 3 50.0 E. 

Marseilles* 43 18 19 N. 21 34.6 E. 

Melbourne. Vic* 37 49 53 S. 9 39 53.9 E.. 

Mexico (city)* 19 26 2 N. 6 36 26.7 W. 

Monrovia, Liberia 6 19 5 N. 43 15.7 W. 

Montreal. Quebec* 45 30 20 N. 4 54 18.6 AV. 

Mo.scow* 55 45 20 N. 2 30 17.0 E. 

Mount Hamilton. Ca!.*. . .37 20 26 N. 8 6 34. 9. W. 

Mount Wilson, Cal 34 13 00 N. 7 52 14.3 W. 

Munich* "48 8 45 N. 46 26.0 E. 

Nain, Labrador 56 32 51 N. 4 6 42.7 W. 

Naples* 40 51 46 N. 57 1.7 E. 

Nashville, Tenn.* 36 8 54 N. 5 47 12.2 W. 

Nassau, Bahamas 25 5 37N. 5 9 27.8 W. 

Natal, S. Africa* 29 50 47 S. .2 4 1.2 E. 

New Haven, Ct.* 41 19 22 N. 4 51 40.6 W. 

New Orleans (Mint) 29 57 46 N. 6 13.9 W. 

New York (Col. Univ.)*. .40 48 35 N. 4 55 50.0 W. 

Nice, France* 43 43 17 N. 29 12.2 E. 

Norfolk, Va. (Navy Yd.) . .30 49 33 N. 5 5 11.0 W. 

North Capo 7111 ON. 1 42 40.0 E. 

Northfield, Minn.* 44 27 42 N. 6 12 35.9 W. 

Odessa, Russia* 46 28 37 N. 2 3 2.2 E . 

Ogden. Utah* 4113 8 N. 7 27 59.6 W.- 
Oxford, Eng. (Univ.)* 51 45 34 N. 5 0.4 W. 

Panama 8 57 6 N. 5 18 8.8 W. 

Para. Brazil •; 1 26 59 S. 3 14 0.0 W. 

Paris, France* 48 50 11 N. 9 20.9 E. 

Pensacola. Fla., Lt 30 20 47 N. 6 49 14.1 W. 

Pernambuco, Brazil, Lt.. . 8 3 22 S. 2 19 27.8 W. 

Petrograd* 59 56 30 N. 2 1 13.5 E . 

Port au Prince, Hayti 18 33 54 N. 4 49 28.0 W. 

Phila'lelphia. Pa.* 39 58 2 N. 5 1 0.8 W. 

Point B.arrowt 71 27 ON. 10 25 0.0 W. 

Portland, Me 43 39 28 N. 4 41 1.2 W, 

Port Louis. Mauritius 20 8 46 S. 3 49 57.7 E. 

Port Said. Egypt, Lt 31 15 45 N. 2 9 15.5 E. 

Port Spain, Trinidad 10 38 39 N. 4 6 2.5 W. 

P. Stanley, Falkland Is. . .51 41 10 S. 3 51 26.0 W. 

Prague, Bohemia* 50 5 16 N. 57 40.3 E. 

Princeton, N. J.* 40 20 68 N. 4 58 37.6 \V. 

Providence, R. I.* 41 49 46 N. 4 45 37.6 W. 

Quebec, Que.* 46 47 59 N. 4 44 62.7 W. 

Richmond, Va 37 32 16 N. 5 9 44.0 W. 

Rio do Janeiro* 22 54 24 S. 2 52 41.4 W. 

Rochester, N. Y.* 43 9 17 N. 5 10 21.8 W. 

Rome, Italy* 41 53 54 N. 49 55.1 E. 

Saigon, Cochin-China*. . . 10 40 47 N. 7 6 48.7 E. 

San Diego, Cal 32 43 6 N. 7 48 38.7 W. 

Sandy Hook, N. J., Lt. . .40 27 40 N. 4 66 0.6 W. 

San Francisco, Cal.* 37 47 28 N. 8 9 42.8 W. 

San Juan de Porto Rico. . 18 28 56 N. 4 24 29.8 W. 

Santiago de Cuba 20 16 N. 5 3 22.0 W. 

Savannah. Ga .32 4 .52 N. 5 24 21.7 W. 

Seattle, Wash 47 35 54 N. 8 9 19.9 W. 

Shanghai, China 31 14 42 N. 8 5 55.7 E. 

Singapore 1 17 11 N. 6 55 25.0 E. 

St. Helena Island 15 55 OS. 22 52.0 W. 

St. John's. Newfoundland. 47 34 2 N. 3 30 43.6 W, 

St. Louis. Mo.* 38 38 3 N. 6 49.3 W. 

Stockholm* 59 20 33 N. 1 12 14.0 E . 

Suakim, E. Africa, Lt 19 7 ON. 2 29 1G.6 E. 

Sydney, N. S. W.* 33 51 41 S. 10 4 49.3 E. 

Tanana, Alaska 65 10 10 N. 10 08 21.6 W. 

ToKio, Japan* 35 39 17 N. 9 18 58.2 E . 

Tunis (Goletta Lt.) 36 48 36 N. 41 14.5 E. 

Utrecht, Netherlands*.... 52 5 10 N. 20 31.0 E. 

Valdez, Alaska 61 06 50 N. 9 45 05 W. 

Valparaiso, Chili 33 1 53 S. 4 46 34.8 W. 

Venice. Italy* 45 26 10 N. 49 22.1 E. 

Vera Cruz, Max., Lt 19 12 29 N. 6 24 31.8 W. 

Victoria, B C, Lt 48 25 26 N. 8 13 33.8 VV. 

Vienna, Austria* 48 13 65 N. 1 6 21.4 E. 

Warsaw, Poland* 62 13 5 N. 1 24 7 2 E . 

Washington, D. C* 38 55 14 N. 5 8 16. S W. 

Wellington, N. Z* 4117 4 S. 1139 4.3 E. 

West Point, N. Y.* 41 23 22 N. 4 55 50.6 W. 

Williams Bay, Wis 42 34 13 N. 5 54 13 2 W. 

VVlUlamstOwn, .Mass.* 42 42 30 N. 4 52 60.4 W. 

Yokoh.ama, Japan 35 26 24 N. 9 18 36.9 E. 

Zanzibar (E. Consulate) . . 6 9 43 S. 2 36 44.7 E. 



• Observatories. Lt. denotes a lighthouse, t Highest latitude in U. S. territory. 



Astronoynical — Latitude and Longitude. 



61 



LATITUDE AND LONGITODE TAHljK— Continued. 





AT 


CERTAIN OTwEk LIGHTHOUSES. 










Lat.- 


Long. 


Long. 




Lat. 


Long. 


Long. 


Mount Desert, Me 

Monhegan Island, Me. . . . 


O t ft 

43 58 08 
43 45 .53 
43 42 27 
43 33 .53 
43 38 21 
42 21 55 
42 19 41 
41 20 55 
41 04 16 
40 37 57 
40 23 46 
.39 45 52 

33 55 69 
38 46 42 
37 54 40 
37 07 23 

34 37 22 
33 50 47 
33 01 08 
33 22 31 
32 01 19 
31 23 33 
31 08 02 
29 53 07 
28 27 37 
26 56 54 
25 35 25 
24 51 06 


H. M. 

4 32 
4 37 
4 39 
4 40 
4 42 
4 43 
4 43 
4 43 
4 47 
4 52 
4 55 
4 56 

4 59 

5 00 
5 01 
5 03 
5 06 
5 11 
5 17 
5 21 
5 23 
5 25 
5 25 
5 25 
5 22 
5 20 
5 20 
5 22 


s. 
30.9 
15.9 
02.1 
48.1 
18.1 
28 7 

33 7 
20.5 
25.8 
52 5 
56.6 
25.6 
.50.6 
20.2 
25.5 
.37.0 
05 9 
51.9 
29.7 
45 
23 

08 2 

34 5 

09 3 
10.5 
19 7 
23.3 
28.6 


o / // 

68 07 44 

69 18 59 

69 45 32 

70 12 02 
70 34 31 
70 52 11 
70 53 26 

70 .50 08 

71 51 27 
73 13 08 

73 59 09 

74 06 24 

74 57 39 

75 05 03 
75 21 23 

75 54 24 

76 31 29 

77 57 58 

79 22 26 

80 26 15 

80 50 45 

81 17 OJ 
81 23 33 
81 17 20 
80 32 37 
80 04 56 
80 05 -19 
80 37 0) 


Dry Tortusias, Fla 

Pei.jacoUi, Fla 


o / // 

24 37 59 
30 20 46 
30 11 15 
29 U 26 

28 54 .52 

29 23 20 
29 21 59 
28 56 41 
28 20 15 

32 39 55 

33 42 31 

34 26 .-6 

35 09 38 
35 38 01 
37 41 58 
37 .59 45 
:i8 57 19 

40 26 26 

41 03 08 

42 50 07 

43 39 46 

44 40 38 

45 56 16 

46 53 19 
48 23 31 
60 14 05 
54 23 52 


H 

5 
5 
5 
5 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
7 
7 
8 
8 
8 
8 
(• 

8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
9 
10 


M. 

31 

49 
52 
56 
01 
14 
19 
21 
25 
48 
53 
01 
03 
07 
12 
12 
14 
17 
16 
18 
16 
16 
16 
16 
18 
4a 
58 


S. 
40.9 
13.9 
12.1 
09.9 
17.0 

04\1 
14.1 
41.8 
68.1 
00.2 
52.9 
02.5 
43.9 
00.3 
05.4 
57.6 
37.4 
36 1 
15 
47.5 
18.9 
04.3 
27.8 
56.6 
36.4 
58.7 


t H 

82 55 13 
87 18 29 




Sand'Islaud, A!a 

Pass a Loa(,re, La 

Ship Shoal, La 


68 03 O'' 


Cape Elizabeth. Me., E. . . 

Cape Ann, Mass , N 

The Graves, Mass 


89 02 28 
91 04 15 


Sabine Bank, La 


93 43 31 


Boston Mass . . 


Bolivar Point, Tex 

Brazos River, Tex. 

Matagorda, Tex 

Point Lo:na, Cal 


94 46 01 


Gay Head, Muss 


95 18 31 


Montauk Point, N. Y. . . . 
Fire Island, N Y 


98 25 27 
117 14 32 


Navesiuk, N. J 

Baruegat, N. J 

Cape May, N. J 

Cape Hcnlopen, Del 


Los Angeles Harbor, Cal . . 
Point Conception, Cal .... 

San Luis Obispo, Cal 

Point Piuos, Cal 


118 15 03 
120 28 13 

120 45 3/ 

121 55 .59 


Assate;^ijue, Va 


Farallon, Cal 


123 00 01 


Cape Charles, Va 


Point Reyes, Cal 

Point Arena, Cal . . . . 


123 01 21 


Cape Lookout, N. G 


123 44 21 


Cape Fear, N. C 


Cape Mendosino, Cal 

Trinidad Head, Cal 

Caoe Blanco, Ore 

Unipqua River, Ore 

Yaquina Head, Ore 

rillaimook Rock, Ore 

Grays Harbor, Was'i . ... 
Cape Flattery, Wash .... 
Cape HtnchinbrooK, Alaska 
Scotch Cap, Alaska 


124 '4 ■•'1 


Cape Roraaln, 6. G 

Hunting Island, S. O 


124 09 02 
124 33 45 
124 11 52 


Sanelo Git 


194 Q4 43 


St- Siiuon, Gc 


124 01 05 


St. Auffustine., Fl.-i 

Cape Canaveral, Fia 

Jupiter Inlet, Fla 

Fowey Hopks, Fla 

AIJiK:itor Reef, Fla 


124 06 57 
124 44 00 
146 39 06 
164 41 !0 



On Mountain Pe.'.k.s. 



Mount McKinley. Alaska 
Mouiit St. Elias, AlaaSa. 

Mount Shasta, Cal 

Mount Massive, Col 

Pike's Peak, Col 

Mount Elbert, Col 

Mount Marcy, N. Y 

Mount Mitchf il, N. C. 
Mount Rainier, Waab 
Mount Helena, Cal... . 
Mount Tamalpais, Cal. . 
Mount Grant, Nev 



Lat. 



03 59 
17 29 
24 34 
n 15 

50 26 
07 01 
06 46 
45 .53 

51 11 
40 11 
55 28 
34 14 



Long. 



-M. 3. 

04. 02.9 
23 42 9 
08 46.5 
05 54.1 
00 10.5 
05 46.7 
55 41.8 
29 03.7 
07 03.1 
10 31.9 
10 23.0 
55 09.8 



L 


Dnt 


H 





/ 


151 


00 


44 


140 


.ID 


43 


122 


11 


:is 


106 


28 3111 


105 02 


37 


106 


26 


41 


73 


,-).■) 


27 


82 


15 


:).T 


121 


45 


47 


122 


37 


,58 


122 


■x> 


45 


118 47 


27 



Mount Hood, Ore 

Mount Ouray, Col 

Mount ClieenaUaw, Ala . . . 

Briery Knob. W. Va 

Mount Waas, Ltah 

Wheeler Peak, Nev 

Mount Harvard, Col 

Mount Belknap, Utaii 

Silver Mount., 3. Pk., Cal 

Mount Coaness, Cal 

.'Mamagordo Pk., N. Mex , 
Mount Wiisbinfjton, N. H 



Lat. Long. 



45 22 
38 25 
33 29 
38 08 
38 32 
38 59 
38 55 
38 25 
38 33 
37 58 
33 22 
44 16 



Long. 



M. S 

06 47.3 

04 53.8 
43 14.1 
21 22.7 
16 54.5 
37 15. -"1 114 

05 16.' 1 106 
29 38'in3 
59 01.;'. '9 

il9 
105 
71 



57 16.C 
03 14.4 
45 12.9 



11 49 
13 27 
48 31 
20 40 
13 38 

18 48 

19 13 
24 43 
45 17 
19 14 
48 36 
18 U 





IN THE NaTIONVJj AND STATE CAPITALS. 

(Capitol Building, except where noted.) 












Lat. 


Long. 


Long. 




Lat 


Long. 


Lone,- 


Capitol, HeaO of Uberty 
Stilt lie D C 


Q 1 » 

:Si 53 23 

33 .5.3 2? 
:!2 22 4C 

34 44 56 
:« 34 37 


U. M. 

5 08 

5 08 

5 45 

6 09 
8 05 

4 50 

5 03 

5 44 

6 14 
6 22 
4 39 

6 08 

7 28 


s. 

02.3 

08.5 
12.1 

05.6 
58.3 
43.9 
05.7 
38.4 
30.6 
42.3 
07.7 
41.3 
08.5 


/ // 

77 00 31 

77 02 0:1 
86 18 02 

92 16 24 
121 29 34 
72 40 53 
75 31 25 
86 09 33 

95 40 42 

69 46 56 

92 10 2(1 

112 02 08 


Omaha, Neb. (Presby. Ch.) 

Carson City, Nev 

Raleigh, N. C. (Trlangulu- 

lion) 

Bismarck, N. D. (Capitol) 
vJoluaibus, Oliio (Obs. ) .. 
Oklahoma COkla. (Ch. ) . 

Salem. Ore 

Austin, Tex. (Cap. Dome) 
Salt Lake City, Utah 

(Temple) 


3 / ff 

41 15 43 
39 09 51 

35 56 22 

46 ■i9 11 
39 59 5i) 
35 28 31 
44 56 19 
30 16 28 

10 46 15 

47 02 09 

38 21 02 
41 08 25 


H. .VI. 

6 23 

7 59 

5 03 

6 43 

5 32 

6 30 

8 12 

6 30 

7 27 
■8 U 

5 26 

6 59 


s 

45.0 
03.7 

19.3 
07.4 
02.6 
00.4 
06 9 
57.7 

33.9 
36.6 

31.8 
16.7 


' n 

95 .Mi 1.5 
ll5 4J yi 

75 >:. 19 
ICO i'j 51 


Washington Moniunent. 
DC 


Little Rock," Ark. <Custom 

H0U3*^ 


97 31 06 


Sacrjtij'ii'iito OaJ 


123 Ul 44 


Hartford, Ct 

l^oyer, Del. (CourttioiT8(3) . 
Indianapolis (Stato House) 


41 45 51 

39 09 21 
39 46 11 
41 36 CO 
39 03 54 


57 14 26 
111 53 28 


Des Moines, Iowa (ObSJ ) . . 
Topeka Kan 


Olympia, Wash 

Charleston, W. Va. (Old 
Capital building ) 


122 54 09 


Augusta Me 


44 18 26 

;J8 34 47 
46 35 18 


81 37 57 


Jefferson City, Mo ... 


Cheyenne, Wyo 


104 49 11 


Helena, Mont. (CO/thouse) 













In Othfr Cities. 










Lat. 


Long. 


Long. 




Lat. 


Long. 


Long 


Rochester, N. Y. (Ander- 
son Hall) 


/ » 

43 09 38 

46 03 55 

44 06 24 
42 63 03 

45 31 00 
34 02 48 


H. M. S. 

5 10 20.9 

7 53 23.4 

4 36 26.7 

5 15 30.7 

8 10 42.6 
7 53 00.3 


1 tt 

77 35 14 

118 20 51 
69 06 37 

78 52 41 

122 40 39 
118 15 04 


Mobile, Ala. (Courthouse) 
Louisville. Ky. (Cltv Hall) 
Dultitb, Minn. (High 


/ ff 
30 41 23 

38 15 16 

16 47 21 

30 19 36 

39 05 56 
27 56 53 

31 45 30 


H. .M. S. 

5 52 09.7 

5 43 02.5 

6 08 21.0 

5 26 37.1 

6 18 20.9 
5 29 49.9 

7 05 56.1 


# * 

88 02 25 
85 45 38 


Walla Walla, Waah. (Courtr 
house ) 


92 05 00 


Rockland, Me. (ConR. Ch. ) 
Buflalo, N. Y. (Caty Halt) . 


JacUsouvlUe, Fla. (Court- 
house) 


81 39 17 


Portland, Ore. (Court- 
house ) 


Kansas City, Mo. (Presby- 
terian Church) 

Tampa, Fla. (Courthouse) 
El Pasn. Tex. (Courthouse) 


94 35 13 


L08 Angelea, Cal. (Baptist 

Church) 


82 27 28 
106 29 02 



Latitude of a place is its angular distance f'-om the equator and Is measured by an arc of the meridian 
between the zenith and the equator. Longitude of a place is maasured by tne arc of the equator, Inttr- 
Cepted between t*i3 p^'n^ meridian and the meridian passing throujn the place, or by the angle at the pole 
jiotwopri those two meridians. 



62 



Astrology. 



Aries Fiery Masc.Bil Hot and dry. 

Taurus Earthy . . Fem . . Nerv . . . Cold and dry. 

7enini Airy. . . .Masc.Sang. . .Hot and moist. 

Cancer Watery. . Fem . . Lymp . . Cold and moist. 

Leo Fiery. . .Masc.Bil. . . .Hot and dr.v. 

Virgo Earthy . . Fem . . Nerv . . . Cold and dry. 



ASTROLOGICAL SIGNS, CLASSIFIED. 



Libra Airy. . . .Masc.Sang. 

Scorpio Watery. .Fem. .Lymp. 

Sagittarius. .Fiery. . .Masc.Bil. . . 
Capricorn . , . Earthy . . Fem . . Nerv . 
Aquarius. . . .Airy . . . .Masc.Sang. 
Pisces Watery. . Fem . . Lymp . 



. Hot and moist. 
.Cold and moist. 
.Hot and dry. 
.Cold and dry. 
. Hot and moist. 
.Cold and molat 



THE PLANETS. 



Neptune. . f Body. 
Herschel. . u Brain. 
Saturn . . . -^ Bones. 
Jupiter. . . K Blood. 
Mars I Gall. . 



.Cold and moist. .Nerv.. Fruitful. 

.Cold and dry Nerv.. Barren. 

. Earthy Nerv . . Barren. 

.Hot and moist; .Sang. .Fruitful. 
. Fiery Bil .... Barren. 



Sun f Heart. .Hot and dry. . . .Bil... .Barren. 

Venus. . . . S Flesh. ..Cold and moist. .Sang. .Fruitful. 
Mercury. . ^ Brain. .Cold and dry. . .Nerw .Barren. 
Moon .... a Bowels . Watery Phleg . Fi'uitf ul. 



NEPTUNE — Influence like that of Venus, but of a more lasting character, on account of his slow motion. 

HERSCHEL — Evil for marriage, law, "and domestic affairs; but more fortunate for arts, science, 
Burios'tles, antiquities, travelling and sjght seeing. 

SATURN — The great ill-fortune and the greatest plague of man, as regards health, wealth, and estate. 

JUPITER — Fortunate planet; when rising, influences men to be honest, honorable, possessing reason- 
ing faculties! a disposition above meanness, and benevolent. It rules the wealth, and natives born under 
this planet are generous. 

MARS — Unfortunate and accidental planet. He rules energy and piucii in men, and makes them 
fond of science and mechanical contrivance; but warlike and impetuous. 

VENUS — Another fortunate planet, and rules the love element in mankind. Natives bom under 
this planet have desire for dress, company, and pleasure, and waste their wealth. 

MERCURY — Good and evil, according to the nature of the planet in company with him. He rules 
the intellectual endowments, and gives wit and Ingenuity, but causes humanity to be fidgety and changeable. 

MOON — Luna in nature; changeable and somewhat fortunate. 

SUN — Is fortunate, conferring boldness, courage, pride, and honesty when ri.sing. He influen