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loans. Sheet, printed on both sides, ice, no. 41, Oct., 1922) © Jan. 15, 92 by 16 in. fold. to nar. Svo. 5752 1923; 2 c. and aff. Jan. 27; A 697271.

© Feb. 15, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 19; aff. Feb. 27; A 700137.

NATIONAL LUMBER MERS. ASSN.*, Wash

ington. Lumber and its utilization. NATIONAL CLOAK & suit co*, New York.

8 p. illus. 4to. (General information series, v. 1, chap. 1)

5767 National money-saving style book.

5753, 5754

© Feb. 2, 1923; 2 c. and aff. Feb. v. 27, no. 2, Jan., 1923, spring & sum

20; A 699876. mer 1923. (Foreign ed.) cover-title,

NATIONAL MERCANTILE CLEARING HOUSE. 11361, 3–352 p. illus. (part col.)

Direct collector. (200) perforated p., fol. © Feb. 6, 1923; 2 c. and aff.

31. fol.

5768 Feb. 24; A 700123.

© Feb. 21, 1923; 2 c. and aff. Feb. r. 27, no. 3, Feb., 1923. Kansas City ed. 31, [1] p. illus. 4to. © Feb.

24; A 700124; Frank Brown Smith, 20, 1923; 2 c. and aff. Feb. 24; A

Baltimore. 700121.

NATIONAL PERSONNEL ASSN.*, New York.

5769, 5770 NATIONAL FINANCIAL NEWS SERVICE Securities rating bulletin, Jan., 1923.

Developing men for executive posiSec. 1, 2. (8) p. fol.

5755

tions. 12 p. 8vo. © Jan. 5, 1923;

2 c. Jan. 11; aff. Feb. 15; A 697872. © Jan. 2, 1923; 2 c. and aff. Jan. 5; A 695073; A. Newton Plummer corp.,

Employees' publications. Suppl., Nov. New York,

10, 1922. 13 p. 8vo. © Jan. 5, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 11; aff. Feb. 15; A

697871. NATIONAL HAIR GOODS co.*, New York.

1923 catalog, America's largest adver-NATIONAL RADIO INSTITUTE*, Washingtised hair goods house. 24 p. illus.

ton. Your letter has just been received. 8vo.

5756
Sheet, 11 by 83 in.

5771 © Jan. 21, 1923; 2 c. and aff. Feb. 9;

© Feb. 26, 1923; 2 c. and aff. Feb. A 699490.

26; A 701076.

NATIONAL INDUSTRIAL CONFERENCE NATIONAL REFINING CO.*, Cleveland. EnBOARD*, New York.

5757-5766 ar-co grams for March, 1923. Sheet, Changes in the cost of living, July,

11 by 83 in.

5772 1914-Nov., 1922. viii, 37, [3] p. © Feb. 1, 1923; 2 c. and aff. Feb. diagr. 8vo. (Research report no.

26; A 701015. 57, Dec., 1922) © Feb. 2, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 23; aff. Feb. 21; A NATIONAL, RETAIL DRY GOODS ASSN.*, New 700075.

York. Data book; advertising group, Consolidation of railroads in the

Jan. 19, 1923. p. 103-118. illus. (incl. United States. vii, 107, 131 p. 8vo.

facsims.) 4to.

5773 (Research report no. 56, Nov., 1922) © Jan. 19, 1923; 2 c. and aff. Feb. © Feb. 13, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 23; aff. 1; A 697465. Feb. 21 ; A 700074.

NATIONAL SCIENTIFIC IABORATORIES. Per capita taxation by states, United

5774-5776 States, 1919. Sheet, col. map, col. diagr., 24 by 18 in. (N. I. C. B.

Master formulas and manufacturing wall chart service no. 42, Oct., 1922)

processes. 33 l. 4to. © Dec. 29, © Feb. 16, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 23; aff.

1922; 2 c. and aff. Feb. 6, 1923; A Feb. 21: A 700076.

697578. Service letter, no. 149, 153–157. 6 v. Proprietary specialty manufacturing 4to. © Jan. 3, 30, Feb. 6, 14, 20,

the easiest business in the world to 27, 1923; 2 c. each Jan. 5, Feb. 1, 9,

start. Sheet, printed on both sides, 17, 23, Mar. 1 ; affs. Jan. 5, Feb. 1.

11 by 83 in. © Jan. 17, 1923; 2 c. 9, 17, 21, Mar. 1; A 695084, 697434,

and aff. Jan. 23; A 699226. 697963, 699469, 700077, 700188.

Your opportunity to make more money.

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A 699227. 18 in. (N. I. C. B. wall chart sery- © Thomas D. Steel, Richmond.

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pt. I, n. s., v. 20

NATIONAL SERVICE CO. Zuckerman sery- Survey of Franklin County estates.

ices. v. 10, Jan., 1923. cover-title, 20 1. 4 l. obl. 8vo. © Jan. 27, 1923; 2 c. illus. fol.

5777 and aff. Feb. 5; A 699288. © Dec. 20, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 22, 1923; Survey of Jefferson County estates. aff. Feb. 5; A 697547; Sidney D. Zuck- 4 1. obl. 8vo. © Jan. 8, 1923; 2 c. erman, Chicago.

and aff. Feb. 5; A 699285. NATIONAL TUBE CO.*, Pittsburgh. Na

Survey of Marion County estates. 61. tional bulletin.

5778–5781

obl. 8vo. © Jan. 11, 1923; 2 c. and

aff. Feb. 5; A 699286. no. 2D. Corrosion of hot-water piping.

5th ed. 23 p. illus. 4to. © Jan. | NESTIE LANOIL CO., ltd.*, New York. 2, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 5; aff. Jan. 6; A Intimate chats with the little French 694603.

gray box.

cover-title, 16 p. illus. no. 3C. Protection of pipe against in- nar. 12mo.

5798 ternal corrosion. 1st ed. 19 p. illus., © Feb. 15, 1923; 2 c. and aff. Feb. diagrs. 4to. © Jan. 2, 1923; 2 c. 27; A 700158. Jan. 5; aff. Jan. 6; A 694600.

NEUBURGER (Max) & co.*, New York. no. 4C. Preventing corrosion of boiler

Fur chokers are in big demand for tubes. 4th ed. 26 p. illus. 4to. ©

spring (41 p. illus. fol.

5799 Jan. 2, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 5; aff. Jan. 6; A 694601.

© Feb. 15, 1923; 2 c. and aff. Feb.

17; A 697964. no. 12. Shelby seamless hot rolled boiler tubes. 1st ed. 19 p. illus.,

NEVIN (Mendel) * Brooklyn. Pterygodiagrs. 4to. © Jan. 2, 1923; 2 c.

mandibular anesthesia. (In Dental Jan. 5; aff. Jan. 6; A 694602.

items of interest, Dec., 1922) 5800

© Dec. 1, 1922; 1 c. Dec. 3; A NATIONAL WOMAN'S PARTY*, Washing

662010. ton. How New York laws discrimi- | New BRITAIN NATIONAL BANK*, New nate against women. 16 p. 16mo. 5782 Britain, Conn. Chart of Connecticut

© Sept. 25, 1922; 2 c. and 'aff. Nov. statutes governing descent and prop6; A 688843.

erty distribution of persons who die

intestate. Sheet, printed on both sides, NATURAL GAS ASSN. OF AMERICA. [10

17 by 211 in., fold. to nar. 8vo. 5801 sheets, illus., 11} by 83 in.) Contents: © Dec. 27, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 31, 1923; As supply of natural gas decreases aff. Jan. 2; A 697399. cost of production increases.-Boil

New ENGLAND TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH your burners frequently.--How to ad

co.* Boston Telephone directories. just flow of gas.-Let's get together

5802-5819 on this basis, service and cooperation.—Meeting the peak demand for

Augusta district, Jan., 1923. covernatural gas.- Natural value of natural

title, 44 p. 8vo.

8vo. © Feb. 9, 1923;

2 c. Feb. 19; aff. Feb. 17; A 696421. gas.--No muss, no dirt inside or outside the house. This is the air shut- Bangor district, Jan., 1923. coverter on your gas range.- What if you title, 72 p. 8vo. © Feb. 10, 1923; couldn't get natural gas? - Yellow 2 c. Feb. 19; aff. Feb. 17; A 696422. flame blackens utensils. 5783-5792 Barre-Montpelier district, Oct., 1922.

© Feb. 1, 1923; 2 c. each Feb. 15; (Sec.] 12. cover-title, 48 p. 8vo. © A 697896 - 697905; Blaine - Thompson

Nov. 27, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 15, 1923; Co., Cincinnati.

aff. Jan. 12; A 695477.

Belfast-Rockland district, Dec., 1922. NEBEL (Adalbert)* Brooklyn. Proge- Sec.) 34. cover-title, 48 p. 8vo. ©

nism the foundation of life, by Hurst Feb. 1, 1923; 2 c. Feb. 10; aff. Feb. Graystone (pseud.) 2 p. 1., 30 p., 1 1. 8; A 697695.

5793 Biddeford-Saco district, Dec., 1922. © Feb. 24, 1923; 2 c. and aff. Feb. (Sec.] 43. cover-title, 56 p. 8vo. 26; A 701070.

© Jan. 25, 1923; 2 c. and aff. Jan.

31; A 699106. Nelson (Dan)* Minneapolis. 5794_5797

Brockton district, Brockton-Rockland, Survey of Allegheny County estates. Dec., 1922. Sec.) 2. cover-title, 61. obl. 8vo. © Feb. 1, 1923; 2 c. 132 p. 8vo. © Jan. 15, 1923; 2 c. and aff. Feb. 5; A 699287.

and aff. Jan. 31 ; A 699111.

8vo.

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Cape district, Dec., 1922. (Sec. 51. List of members of the eighth and ninth

cover-title, 56 p. 8vo. © Jan. 19, Masonic district, Manhattan. New

1923; 2 c. and aff. Jan. 31; A 699104. York, Der Führer, Max SchmetterDexter-Pittsfield district, Jan., 1923. ling, 1923. 1 p. I., 336 p. nar. 24mo.

cover-title, 24 p. 8vo. © Feb. 15, © Feb. 3, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 18; aff. 1923; 2 c. Feb. 19; aff. Feb. 17; A

Feb. 7; A 699390. 696420

© Max Schmetterling, New York. Gloucester district, Dec., 1922. Sec.) On the spot directory. New York,

53. cover-title, 40 p. 8vo. © Jan. The Clothier publishing co., inc., 11, 1923; 2 c. and aff. Jan. 31; d 1922. cover-title, 108 p. nar. 24mo. 699102.

© Sept. 30, 1922; 2 c. Nov. 11; aff. Keene-Peterboro district, Dec., 1922. Dec. 28; A 697989.

Sec.] 9. cover-title, 41 p. 8vo. © © Hubert R. Burnam, New York.
Jan. 15, 1923; 2 c. and aff. Jan. 31;
A 699110.

NEW YORK BIOLOGICAL SUPPLY CO. BiolLowell district, Oct., 1922. Sec.] 7.

ogy. Supplement no. 6A to catalogue cover-title, 84 p. 8vo. © Nov. 14,

no. 6. 1 p. l., 75-108 p. illus., diagrs.

8yo. 1922; 2 c. Jan. 15, 1923; aff. Jan. 12;

5824 A 695476.

© Jan. 15, 1923; 2 c. and aff. Jan.

19; À 695670; Norman C. Preston, Lynn district, Dec., 1922. Sec.) 22.

New York. cover-title, 148 p. 8vo. © Jan. 9, 1923; 2 c. Jan. 15; aff. Jan. 12; A

NEW YORK EVENING POST, inc.*, New 695479.

York.

5825-5827 Manchester district, Oct., 1922. (Sec.)

Advertising record of evening news32. cover-title, 96 p. 8vo. © Nov.

papers for year, 1922-1921. v. no. 9, 20, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 15, 1923; aff.

no. 41. Sheet, 14 by 18 in. © Jan. Jan. 12; A 695478.

17, 1923; 2 c. and aff. Jan. 19; A Nashua district, Jan. 1923. cover

695684. title, 48 p. 8vo. © Feb. 10, 1923;

of morning newspapers for years, 2 c. Feb. 19; aff. Feb. 17; A 696423.

1922–1921. v. no. 9, no. 40. Sheet, Plymouth district, Plymouth, Taunton, 14 by 18 in. © Jan. 17, 1923; 2 c. Dec., 1922. (Sec.] 45. cover-title,

and aff. Jan. 19; A 695685. 84 p. 8vo. © Jan. 19, 1923; 2 c.

of Sunday newspapers for years, and aff. Jan. 31; A 699105.

1922–1921. v. no. 9, no. 42. Sheet, Portland district, Dec., 1922. (Sec., 17.

14 by 18 in. © Jan. 17, 1923; 2 c. cover-title, 148 p. 8vo. © Jan. 27,

and aff. Jan. 19; A 695683. 1923: 2 c. Feb. 10; aff. Feb. 8; A 697693.

NEW YORK TIMES. [355 contributions Portsmouth-Exeter district, Dec., 1922.

(In New York times) Contents: AdSec.] 26. cover-title, 52 p. 8vo. vance in stocks at Berlin goes on.-Air © Jan. 18, 1923; 2 c. and aff. Jan. service to Holland.-Allies in accord 31; A 699107.

on Turkish policy.--Allies in agreeSalem district, Dec., 1922. (Sec.) 52.

ment on Lausanne demands.-Allies cover-title, 108 p. 8vo. © Jan. 11,

part as friends.-Allies will confer, 1923; 2 c. and aff. Jan. 31; A 699103.

then meet Turks.-America to have

more league invitations. — American NEW YORK (City)

5820-5823 negroes in Africa propaganda.—AmerBoys' outfitter directory, spring and

ican tourists robbed. --Americans out summer, 1923. New York, The

of oil war?--Americans saved TutanBoys' outfitter co., inc., 1923. cover

khamen treasures.--Anti-curfew riots title, 164 p. illus. nar. 24mo. ©

in Dortmund streets.-Armistice day Jan. 20, 1923; 2 c. and aff. Jan. 24;

a fixture.-Arms problem shelved.

Arms treaties win in Italian chamber.A 697389. © Boys' outfitter co., inc., New

Arrest promised in Horwood plot.

Arrested as vagabond only to find forYork.

tune.-Arrests and riot mark day in Directory of curb, bond and consoli- Ruhr.-Asks funds for Germans.

dated exchange brokers, Mar., 1923. Asks $1,000,000 cut in French army Wall chart, 261 by 223 in. © Feb.

cost.-Aulaire & Wells in peril in 23, 1923; 2 c. and aff. Feb. 27; A

plane.-Baldwin embarks, hopeful over 700176.

debt.-Balfour working for Ruhr © Landon T. Davies, New York. agreement.---Bavaria gives in to Hit

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NEW YORK TIMES-Continued.

ler threats. -- Beat a Paris editor.-Belgians question French Ruhr policy. – Berlin backing up obstructive acts.-Berlin dismayed over coal embargo.-Berlin hopeful of new Cuno ministry.-Berlin skeptical of week's mark recovery. - Big typhon couch taken from tomb.—Bonar Law's fate in doubt as voters go today to polls. Boycott of French spreads in Germany.-Britain and Italy grant French plea.-Britain to prevent purchase of honors.-Britain will press for reparation cut.–British cabinet meets.-British envoy saved life of Prince Andrew.- British for capitulations.British New Year honors. - British plane rises 20,000 feet in 12 minutes 24 seconds. British roads form 4 big groups Jan. 1.-British to make work for the unemployed. - British trade revival may depend on Ruhr.-- British would limit Turks' European army.-Brussels protests on language issue.Buried cable to guide aircraft over Sahara.-C. R. Crane in Near East.Cairo cabinet resigns on the Sudan issue.-Can set type by radio.-Carnarvon arrives to open inner room of Pharaoh's tomb.Carnarvon tells of beauties found in Egyptian tomb.Centre party is seen as Lloyd George aim.- Chair on the world war.Changing the 8-hour day. — Clemenceau visit opposed in France.-Cologne transfer opposed in London.--Commander Thomson married in London.-Commons ousts labor M. P.Conditions in Essen chaotic.-- Confederate cash for rum causes rumpus at Cherbourg. -- Conservatives lead election with 160.-Conservatives win a majority of 85 in British election.Cosgrave declares Irish must disarm.Council of league takes up article X.Countess removes posters.-Course of German prices.-Crippled war veteran rushes at King George. — Cuno says Germany will hold out, but negotiate.Curzon arrives in Paris. - Customs barrier now encircles Ruhr.-Darkhued deputy loses plea for Siki.-Deaf mutes view fight films to interpret Descamps's words.-Decree for Mrs. J. Phillips.-Defends British warning:Deride Gen. Degoutte's speech.-Dippel's Vienna villa robbed while he and wife visit here.—Dismay at Lausanne meeting.-Doorn is buzzing with Ruhr news. — Doubts premiers can agree.--Drastic railroad economics. Dutch air service grows.-Dutch to co-operate on new war rules.-Ebert

off to Baden; may defy barrier.-Economic policies declared. — Edmond Poiree dies in airplane crash.—Egyptian cabinet out. — Einstein theory bourgeois and dangerous, say Russians.- England's January trade. — Entente near end, London press fears.--Escaped murderer reported in Mexico. — Essen police threaten to strike.—European view of our stock market decline. — Ex-crown prince makes trip to German_border from Doorn.-Expect Bonar Law to act on Brussels.-Far East republic votes to end itself.-Fascisti to give Italy free trade.- Fight Montmartre robber.Fighting begins in Ruhr, Paris hears.Financial London puzzled over Ruhr. Find wine strainer in Pharaoh's tomb.-Finest library on flying.--Five big mansions burned in Ireland. Fluctuations in mark as judged by London.-Food riots in Berlin in markets strike. --Force is threatened in Mexican strike.-Four Irish gunmen executed in Dublin.-France and Ruhr expenses. — France now to act alone if she must.-France to give no rebuke. Free State defends arrests of women.-Free State senator is forced to resign.-Free State troops get rebel leaders. - French arrest more Ruhr mine heads. - French arrest seven Ruhr operators.-French bid for Ruhr mines.-French boxing federation annuls Siki's suspension.-French can't be swerved. — French cordon tightly closed.–French have new big gun which can shoot 56 miles. - French plan to meet Berlin tactics by cutting off all Ruhr exports.-French railroad is stolen.-French securities on the London market. French senators fear surplus women's vote.-French warships off Stettin.-General boycott in Essen.-German credit inflation.-German inflation breaks all records. German labor intervenes.-German loan from Tokio.-German magnates confer with French. - German monarchist chiefs plot to raise an army. German war steps reported in Holland. - Germans suspect aim to seize dyes. — Germany arraigned before world court.-Germany may go dry.Germany to curb dancing, intemperance and food waste.-- Germany to reveal position to Allies.-- Germany's foreign trade.—Gets divorce in Paris.-Giant rudder on Aquitania. Gift to Near East relief.-Greece and Russia thank us for aid.-Greek king is held captive in palace.--Greef refugee camps sinks of pestilence.-Greeks

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massing troops.-H. G. Wells is beaten in contest for Commons. – Harding and Hughes raise British hopes.Harvey in 6 points sums up America's national policy,--Harvey says Baldwin made good impression.- Hear MatinHumanité suit.-Held in poison candy case. - Hitler now called tool of the French.-Hold Rhine till paid, Poincare's program.-Hope Harjes, daughter of Morgan partner, is killed in France while hunting. - Hospitals in Essen occupied by French troops.How Childers died told by minister. --Hughes transmitted offer.-Inflated German values.-Intended for work in next world. -- Ireland is shocked by four executions.--Irish court asks for Crockers will.-Irish end old year in welter of blood. -Irish rebels burn historic mansions. -Irish rebels hold Senator Bagwell.-Irish rebels plot to kidnap the Dail.-Ismet plays up to us.-Ismet quitting Lausanne.—Ismet's new policy pleasing to London.-Italians are indignant. - Italy is at war again in Tripoli.—Italy to present library to Pope.-Italy will ratify Washington compacts. - Jail for an angry hero.- Java hears Dutch radio.—King of the Hedjaz offers the sultan refuge in Mecca. — King's tomb yields more treasures.—Labor M. P. apologizes.Lady Astor is re-elected, but plurality is cut.--Latex imports growing.League's Hebe at Lausanne.--Liaison costs four lives.-Libyan tribes in revolt.—Likens Lloyd George on tour to Roosevelt.-- Lithuania defies the league council.-Little comment in Berlin.-Lloyd George calls debt terms harsh.—Lloyd George may take his old seat.-Lloyd George on Near East.Lloyds absorbs Cox bank.-Logue asks release of Miss MacSwiney.--London bankers urge German settlement.-London makes merry as returns come in.-London-New York air trip in 12 hours and 30,000 feet up, flying chief predicts.-London puzzled by conference rumors.Lord Carnarvon goes to Cairo.--Maneyrol in glider breaks world record.-Mark recovery due to the Reichsbank.-Markets still hold firmly at London.-Martial law order ready.May cut off loans to Greece.-Memel ultimatum sent to Lithuania.-Merchants ask for gold bank accounts.Mexican miners trapped.—Mexican strikers shoot up meeting.–Mexico to tax railways.-Mid-Victorianism comes back in Paris.-Monarchists try new German unity.-Money rates higher on London's market.-Munich unbear1189_23_5

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able for French citizens. Mussolini forbids tenants' meeting. – Mussolini demands chamber obey him or be dissolved.-Mussolini to try a new coup today.—Mussolini won't attend conference.- Named to Palestine post.-New desert motor trip. – New discoveries rumored.--New orphanage at Beirut.New peace move reported.--New Poincare plan for premiers today. - New revolt quelled in northern Mexico.New tomb shows same high art.-New world gliding record.—No new discovery at Asslut. — Northcliffe's will of 1919 probated. - Nothing broken off, Bompard says. - Obregon charges we are intruding in oil legislation.—Obregon opens congress. — Occupied Germany now settling down under French rule. — Oil combination broken. - Oil motor stands test.- Operation on Kipling.–Oxford hears jibes at American press. — Pari mutuel takings drop.taris against reprisals.-Paris cars killed 236.-Paris claims right to deal with Turks.--Paris hotelkeepers may bar Germans. - Paris losing midinettes.- Paris market still confident of Ruhr.–Paris on French bonds.- Paris reassured by recovery in franc.—Paris sees Germans seeking a way out. Paris woman trained dog to steal meat.-Paris women fight duel over a man.-Parties in Egypt unite to oust King.-Payment in bonds a help, say British.-- Pharaoh paintings show Nile changed.-Pharaoh's manikin found in his tomb. -- Pharaoh's robes taken from tomb. -- Pharaoh's sandals may set new style. — Pharaoh's ushabti found in his tomb. — Pharaoh's vases give off old scent.--Places Cissie Loftus on probation for year.—Planchette's vain warning.- Planning trade with Russia. - Pole flight possible. — Pope names patron for newspaper men. — Praises Bonar Law's strategy in election.- Premiers' conference near collapse as British and French plans clash. - Premiers to meet in London soon.-Prepare for Leviathan.Prices in Germany lip 2481% in January.Prices rise again on Paris market.Prince Zerdechno in jail. -- Princess Yolanda to wed Count Calvi.—Quezon supports plan for republic.—Quietness disturbs Dublin.-Railroad regiment called.—Railroads keep up service.Rapid reduction of French paper money.-Rebel executions reported in Dublin.-Rebels shoot dead aged Irish patriot.-Redmond's daughter dies.Refugees choke Samsun.-Reichsbank forces rise in the mark. – Reichstag

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