Time Table: Mar. 3, 1930

National Affairs

Feb. 25-March 10—Maneuvers of U. S. battle fleets and Army units; at Panama Canal Zone.

March 6—President Hoover's reception to Army and Navy officials; at the White House.

March 10—Trial of Edward Laurence Doheny; at Washington, D. C., on a bribery charge in connection with the Elk Hills oil lease.

Foreign News

March 2-12—Fourteen hundredth semi-annual Trade Fair; at Leipzig, Germany. Expected attendance: more than 185,000.

March 6—Twenty-seventh birthday of Empress Nagako of Japan.

March 7—Eightieth birthday of Thomas G. Masaryk, president of Czechoslovakia.

March 13—International law conference; at The Hague. Problem:...

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