Coming: Apr. 7, 1930

National Affairs

April 8—Illinois primaries for U. S. Senate. Republican antagonists: Senator Charles Samuel Deneen, Mrs. Ruth Hanna McCormick.

April 10—Beginning of "Covered Wagon Centennial" celebration. Occasion: 100th anniversary of departure of first wagon train from St. Louis toward Oregon country.

April 10—Launching of the Corsair, new $2.000,000 yacht of J. Pierpont Morgan; at Bath, Maine.

April 11—Sixty-eighth birthday of Chief Justice Charles Evans Hughes.

April 13—Jefferson's birthday.

April 14-19—First National Flood Control & Navigation Congress & Exposition; at Mid-South Fair Grounds; Memphis. Tenn.

April 19—Address to American Society of Newspaper Editors by President...

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