december 14 defined in 1911 yeardecember 14 - December 14;
december 14 - King George reviews 50,000 troops in Delhi. - Debate on Franco-German Agreement begins in French Chamber. - Mr. Asquith in House of Commons promises to appoint Standing Committee on Estimates. - British War Office offers money prizes for military aeroplanes. - Mr. Asquith receives sympathetically deputation from Anti-Suffrage League. - Miss Eleanor Davies-Colley, M.D., admitted Fellow of Royal College of Surgeons; first woman so honoured. - British Prime Minister expresses in House of Commons his sense of gallantry of crew of French cruiser "Firant" who saved passengers on "Delhi." - Anti- British boycott begun in Persia. - John W. Garrett (b. 1872) of Maryland, appointed U. S. minister to Argentina. - Bill prescribing eight-hour day for all contract labour for U. S. Govt. passed by U. S. House of Representatives - At Indianapolis, Ind., Federal grand jury begins investigation into alleged dynamiting conspiracy. - Andrew Carnegie gives £2,000,000 for endowment of internat. peace foundation.
december 14 defined in 1912 yeardecember 14 - December 14;
december 14 - Resignation of General Botha, Premier of South Africa. - Strike on North Eastern Railway settled; engine- driver Knox to be given a free pardon and re-installed, and strikers to forfeit six days' pay. - South Africa beats Wales at Rugby football at Cardiff by 3 points to nil. - U.S. Senate approves erection of a Lincoln memorial temple in Potomac Park, Washington, D. C., to cost $2,000,000. - Interstate Commerce Commission orders all interstate express companies to submit before February i, 1913 complete statements of their business on designated days. - In Chicago suit filed for dissolution of the Elgin Board of Trade and the American Association of Creamery Butter Manufacturers for conspiracy to fix price of butter. - William Henry Fox (b. 1858), director the John Herron Art Institute, Indianapolis, Ind., U.S.A., since 1905, is elected curator in chief of the Museums of the Brooklyn Institute of Arts and Sciences, to take charge Jan. 1, 1913, in place of Frederic A. Lucas, recently retired.
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