Coming: Mar. 10, 1930

National Affairs

March 10—Trial of Edward Laurence Doheny for bribery in connection with the Elk Hills Oil lease; at Washington.

March 17—Release of Alphonse ("Scarface Al") Capone from Eastern Pennsylvania State Penitentiary.

Foreign News

March 6—Unveiling of monument to the late Mrs. Emmeline Pankhurst, famed feminist propagandist; in London.

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

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

March 9—General election in Monaco, world's smallest principality.

March 13—International law conference at The Hague. Problem: progressive codification of international law; sponsor: League of Nations.

March 19—Beginning of...

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