Comings & Goings: Nov. 11, 1929


National Affairs

Nov. 11—Armistice Day

Nov. 12-14—National Conference on Improving Government meets in Chicago.

Foreign News

Nov. 9—Close of Institute of Pacific Relations at Kyoto.

Nov. 9—Prince of Wales presides at dinner in London's Parliament Building for all wearers of the Victoria Cross (highest British military decoration).

Nov. 9—Installation of Sir William Waterlow, new Lord Mayor of London.

Nov. 12—Chinese national celebration of the late Dr. Sun Yat-Sen's birthday.

Nov. 17—Presidential election in Mexico. Candidates: Pascual Ortiz Rubio (National Revolutionary); José Vasconcelos (Anti-Reëlectionist); General Pedro V. Triana (Communist).


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