The Chicago Daily News Almanac and Year Book for ..., Volume 41

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Chicago Daily News Company, 1924 - Almanacs, American
 

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Contents

Time Zones Standard Map
63
Ouion Crop United States by States 211 Pension Information
66
Population Illinois by Years
71
Navy Ships
75
Population of Largest Cities of World 9395 Postal Savings by States
88
Volders Iron Wages
90
States Attorney Cook County Dem 775 Railroad Runs Fast
93
Virginia Cities and Towne Pop 1920 12 West Point Military Academy
94
Monaco Government Area Population 455 Interstate Commerce Commission 575
97
Tariff
101
Negro Population U S Center
102
Montana Cities Popul tion Est 1923
105
Service Veterans of the United States 757 South Carolina Cities Pop Est 1923
106
Negro Population U S Increase in 125 Nuts California and Florida
108
Montana Cities and Towns Pop 1920
114
Settlements Chicago Federation of 790 South Carolina Cities Towns Pop 1920
120
Virginia State Officers
122
Months Flower and Gem Symbols
125
Sheriff Cook Co Vote for 19001922 76 South Dakota Counties Population 740
127
Surtax Individual
130
Monuments U S National Notes on 90 Treasury Department
133
Time for Filing Corporate Returns 329 Rye Crop United States by Years 235
136
Dwellings and Families
142
Sheriffs Illinois
146
Negroes Interstate Migration
150
Sherman Antitrust
154
Republican State Committee Illinois 829
157
Moon Fun Times
162
Visitors to U S Natl Parks Monuments 91 Western Goll Association Officers
163
Netherlands The Cities Population of 455 Occupation Statistics V S Agriculture
169
Moon Light and Dark of 1925
170
Resources and Liabilities of Banks 221
171
Vocational Education Federal Board for 576 Western Lawn Tennis Association Officers 630
176
Nevada State Officers
177
Shipping and Canals United States 203 Spain Cities Population
180
Shipping Data
188
States Wealth
190
Articles Exported
192
Moon Rising and Setting Time of 3035
193
Witnesses Examination
194
Morocco Imports and Exports
200
StockRaising Homestead Entries U S 87
202
Surveyor Cook County Rep
203
Mortality Statistics Chicago
206
Corporations Gross Income Defined 327
208
Tonnage Shipping of World
209
Rhode Island State Officers
212
Racing Records
215
Credits Allowed Corporations
220
Rhode Island Vote
222
Tonnage U S Cleared and Entered 197
224
Worlds Speed Classics
226
Primary Election Illinois April 8 1924 Railroads Operating Statistics of
227
Rice International Trade
232
Mules Exports of War Time
234
ForeignBorn White Citizenship of 135 Pounds Various Compared
241
Murder of Mrs Rosalie Evang
243
Ships of World
247
Foreign White Stock by Countries 129 PowerSite Reserves United States
248
Stockyards Statistics Chicago 958 960
252
Newfoundland Area
256
Musie in Chicago
257
Track and Field Records see Athletics
264
Tract Society American
291
Mystic Shrine Nobles of
299
Newfoundland Government
301
National Assn Colleges and Universities 601 Fall Statement
314
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331
National Assn of Real Estate Boards 749 Findings ommittee
339
Losses
341
Storm Disaster in Lorain
365
Phohibition National Committee
375
Prohibition National Convention
383
Trade Commission Federal
391
Trade International in F rm Products 23224
404
Opera Association Civic of Chicago 874 Pension Statistics United States
410
Shotput Records see Athletics
413
Storms and Floods 1924
415
Newfoundland Imports and Exports of 45? Transportation
417
Palestine Area
419
Siam Government
446
Newoundland Population
449
TurkishBalkan
453
Siam Imports and Exports
457
Palestine Government
458
Roumania Exports and Imports of 436 Seaports Distances Between
462
New Hampshire Cities Towns Pop 1920 111 Ocupations Gainful Children in 177
463
New Jersey Cities Pop Est 1923 105 Ocean Steamers Largest
475
Panama Canal
480
Property Valuation of States
483
Wales Prince of Visits America
492
Ukrainia Imports and Exports V S 457 Utah Counties Population
496
New Jersey State Officers
500
Tolls Rate
503
Silver Produced in United States 1922 214 State Department United States
505
National Banks with Largest Capital 220 Information Called
542
New Jerusalem Church of
544
Public Lands Vacant United States 86 Representatives Apportionment
553
United States TheAntiguities Preserva Vermont Cites Popuation Est 1923 106
556
ParcelPost Zones
558
Sizes of Books
559
National Defense Day American
565
New Mexico Cities Pop Est 1923 105 Officials Chicago Terms
566
Public Schools Chicago
567
Public Service Department Chicago
586
Parks in Chicago
588
New National Flags
595
Street Numbering Guide Chicago
600
Parks National United States Notes on 89 La Follette
602
Pugilism
615
Street Railways United States
617
Rural and Urban by States
625
Skating Ice see Ice Skating
635
Rowing
641
615 616
681
Royal Arcanum
683
Rules Governing Contests
693
Summary of Principal Dates
699
Commerce Department
700
Pulse at Different Ages
701
Smelters Accidents
702
Treaties of Peace Dates
708
Street Railways Value by States
709
Street Transportation Chronology Chicago 988
715
Smithsonian Institution
722
Wards Chicago Length and Width of 817 Workers Party National Committee
724
Sudan AngloEgyptian see Egypt
728
Party Committees Illinois
729
New York Cities Population Est 1923 105 Ohio Cities Population Est 1923 105
731
White Incre se
733
Service Bureau Cook County 834 States Capitols
736
Washington Counties Population
739
New York Stock Exchange Range 1924 668 Ohio Vote
742
Washington State officers
746
Party Conventions National
748
New York Vote
749
Quarries and Mines in United States
752
Port Commission Chicago
753
Suez Canal Traffic
759
Party Lines in Congress
760
Washingtons Farewell Address
762
Porto Rico Area and Population
766
Porto Rico Government
773
Sugar Crops United States 19191909 244
775
Patent Office Statistics
779
Patents Application
786
Sugar International Trade
792
Patriotic Order Sons of America
798
Paupers by Color or Race
805
WaterBorne Commerce of U S Ports 201 202 World War Foreign Debt Commission U S 576
813
Portage Rates Domestic
821
Executive Department
822
Socialist Committee Cook County
830
Broadcasting Stations List of 693699
839
Paymaster Chicago
842
Waterworks System Chicago
844
New Zealand Population
846
SocialistLabor National Oonvention
849
Wealth Comparative of Nations
852
Postage Rates Foreign
857
Payments of Cities United States 505 Police Dept Chicago Work in 1923
860
Conference in Washington
866
Postal Receipts and Expenditures 192324 473 Senator United States Rep
869
Peace Internati Carnegie Endowment for 549 Police Districts and Stations Chicago
870
Nicaragua Imports and Exports
876
Sun Eclipse
877
Sun Rising and Setting Time of 3035 Taxes Collected in U S by States 208213
885
Nineteenth Amendment Woman Suffrage 407 Oklahoma State Officers
897
Explosion
900
Sunday Schools in the United States 549 Tea International Trade
902
Pennsylvania Cities Pop Est 1923 106 PoloAmerican Open Championship
915
Tominating Conventions Since 1880 564 Old Residents Chicago Deaths of
940
forth America Area
960
Pennsylvania Counties Population
962
Pension Bill Bursum Vetoed
970
Socialist National Platform
982
Torth America Population
991
Surveyor Cook County
993
Pension Bureau Work
995
forth Carolina Cities Towns Pop 1920 116 Football
997
Sweden Cities Population
999
orth Dakota Vote
1003
Switzerland Government
1006
Societies Patriotic of the United States 597 States ForeignBorn Population of 131135
1009
Pension Funds Chicago and Cook Co 759 Population of Cook County
1011
Symbole Astronomical
1013
Railroad Crossing Disaster Chicago 853 Naturalization
1014
Soldiers U S to Natl Wealth Ratio of 588 States Historical Data
1015
Royal and Select Masters
1017

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Page 84 - Our detached and distant situation invites and enables us to pursue a different course. If we remain one people, under an efficient government, the period is not far off when we may defy material injury from. external annoyance; when we may take such an" attitude as will cause the neutrality we may at any time resolve upon, to be scrupulously respected...
Page 320 - ... rentals or other payments required to be made as a condition to the continued use or possession, for purposes of the trade or business, of property to which the taxpayer has not taken or is not taking title or in which he has no equity.
Page 81 - Citizens, by birth or choice, of a common country, that country has a right to concentrate your affections. The name of AMERICAN, which belongs to you in your national capacity, must always exalt the just pride of patriotism, more than any appellation derived from local discriminations.
Page 82 - ... all combinations and associations, under whatever plausible character, with the real design to direct, control, counteract or awe the regular deliberation and action of the constituted authorities, are destructive of this fundamental principle, and of fatal tendency. They serve to organize faction, to give it an artificial and extraordinary force — to put in the place of the delegated will of the nation, the will of a party, often a small but artful and enterprising minority of the community...
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Page 83 - DESERT the oaths, which are the instruments of investigation in courts of justice ; and let us with caution indulge the supposition, that morality can be maintained without religion. Whatever may be conceded to the influence of refined education on minds of peculiar structure, reason and experience both forbid us to expect that national morality can prevail in exclusion of religious principle.
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Page 85 - The considerations which respect the right to hold this conduct, it is not necessary on this occasion to detail. I will only observe that according to my understanding of the matter, that right ,so far from being denied by any of the belligerent powers, has been virtually admitted by all. The duty of holding a neutral conduct...
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