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  • Addresses. See also Messages.
  • Aliens, military service of Mexican nationals in U. S. Army, 635637.
  • American International Corp., 146, 170, 204.
  • American-Canadian Fisheries Conference. See Canada.
  • Arbitration:
  • Argentina:
    • Address of President Wilson to Mexican editors, press comment, 583584.
    • Cable-landing concessions to Central & South American Telegraph Co., 3544. See also Brazil.
      • Cable to Brazil, concession of 1885, request of company that it be respected by Argentine Government, 3540.
        • Representations by U. S., 37.
      • Cable to Uruguay, concession for, 44.
        • Representations by U. S., 4243.
        • Representations by Uruguay, 43.
      • Landing site, application for, 3940.
        • Representations by U. S., 41.
      • Western Telegraph Co., Ltd., opposition to American company, 3536, 44.
    • Cable rates, discrimination against telegrams from North America, 4142. See also Brazil.
  • Bank of British West Africa. See Liberia: Loans.
  • Bankers’ consortium, international, in China. See Consortium, international.
  • Belgium:
    • Consortium, new international, proposed inclusion in, 190, 196197.
    • Mexican claims commission, attitude, 807808, 813.
  • Boundary disputes. See Honduras: Boundary dispute with Nicaragua.
  • Brazil, 4582.
    • Cable-landing concessions. See also Argentina.
      • Central & South American Telegraph Co.:
        • Concession for cables to Argentina, 40, 4849, 5257.
          • Legal impediments removed, 35, 36, 45.
          • Negotiations, résumé, 50.
          • Representations by U. S., 45.
        • Concession for cable to Cuba, 62, 65, 7478.
          • Carney, Frank, authorized to renew application, 65.
          • Legal difficulties, 6264.
          • Representation by U. S., 65.
      • French concession of 1890, 57, 6264, 70.
      • Western Telegraph Co., Ltd.:
        • Concession of 1873, 6263.
        • Concession of 1917, 5051, 57, 62, 64.
        • Opposition to American concessions, 45, 50, 51, 6263, 72.
      • Western Union Telegraph Co., concession for cable to Antilles:
        • Amendments rejected by Brazilian Government, desired by the company, 7071.
        • Application, 62.
        • Concession granted, 6470.
          • Accepted by company, 71.
        • Legal difficulties, 6264.
        • O ‘Shaughnessy, Nelson, as representative, 4748, 64, 65, 71.
        • U. S. support, 48, 49, 71.
    • Cable rates, discrimination against messages to North America, 4547, 51, 7274. See also Argentina.
      • Representations by U. S., 4647, 7274.
    • Coastwise traffic in Brazilian waters, authorization to foreign vessels to engage in, 8182.
    • President Gomes’ message to the National Congress, 7881.
    • Vessels, foreign, authorization to engage in coastwise traffic, 8182.
    • World war, participation in, 7881.
  • Cables, marine:
  • Cacao. See Ecuador.
  • Canada, conference with U. S. on questions concerning fisheries on both Atlantic and Pacific coasts, 432480.
  • Canton Government. See China: Southern Military Government.
  • Carlton, Newcomb, President of Western Union Telegraph Co., 4748, 7071.
  • Carney, Frank, agent of Central and South American Telegraph Co., 65, 74.
  • Carranza, Venustiano, President of Mexico. See Mexico: President Carranza.
  • Central American Court of Justice, 247, 256.
  • Central & South American Telegraph Co. See Argentina and Brazil.
  • Chang Tso-lin, Military Governor of Manchuria, 88, 90, 103, 124.
  • Chamorro, President Emiliano, message to the Nicaraguan Congress, 819822.
  • Chile, press comment on address of President Wilson to Mexican editors, 581.
  • China:
  • Chinese Eastern Railway, 106, 107, 125127.
  • Chinese in Dominican Republic and Haiti, protection of, 397400.
  • Chinese Trading Co., 129, 153155.
  • Circulars:
    • Farmers’ National Congress, invitations to, 1.
    • Trade-marks, American, protection of, 23.
  • Claims:
    • Cuba. See Cuba: Claims.
    • Dominican Republic, Claims Commission of 1917. See Dominican Republic.
    • Guayaquil & Quito Railway Co., claims against Ecuador. See Ecuador.
    • Mexican claims commission to pass on claims growing out of revolution. See Mexico: Claims commission.
    • Nicaragua, claims against government, settlement by Commission on Public Credit. See Nicaragua: Claims against Government.
    • Panama, claims of American citizens on account of injuries received during riot at Cocoa Grove in 1915. See Panama.
  • Colombia, 227228.
    • Foreign loans, attitude, 228.
    • Message of President to the National Congress, 227228.
    • Treaty with U. S., xi, 227.
  • Commercial names, protection of, 23.
  • Commercial relations, U. S. with Mexico, negotiations. See Mexico.
  • Concessions:
  • Concha, José Vicente, President of Colombia, message to Congress, 227228.
  • Consortium, international bankers’, in China:
  • Consuls, U. S., instructed to report on conditions in Mexico, 630632.
  • Conventions. See Treaties and conventions.
  • Cook, George W., 642644, 645, 646, 658, 659.
  • Costa Rica, 229275.
  • Council of Foreign Bondholders, 420, 424, 426. See also Ecuador: Guayaquil & Quito Railway Co.
  • Cuba, 276358.
    • Budget. See Cuba: Loan.
    • Claims:
    • Constitutional guaranties restored, 283284.
    • Finances. See Cuba: Loan.
    • Funds taken from revolutionists by American officers, return of, 279282.
    • Insurrection. See Cuba: Revolution.
    • Lawlessness in Camaguey and Oriente provinces, representations by U. S., 277278.
    • Loan:
      • Credit of $15,000,000 by U. S. Treasury on security of Cuban bonds.
        • Advances:
          • $5,000,000 granted, 323324.
          • $7,200,000 requested, 337338.
        • Cuban Government, power to borrow under Platt amendment, data on budget, 323, 324, 325, 326339.
        • Cuban minister, authority to execute obligations, 320, 323, 324325, 326, 329.
        • Establishment of credit, 321.
        • Moral obligation of U. S., question of, 314315.
        • Negotiations, 314324.
      • Issue of $30,000,000 in gold bonds:
      • Sale of Cuban bonds to U. S., proposed, 298304, 306314.
    • President Mario G. Menocal:
      • Army officers convicted of attempting life of, pardon, 281282
      • Veto of loan act, 286294.
    • Revolution:
      • Amnesty to revolutionists, 281282, 283.
      • Claims of Cuba Railroad Co. See Cuba: Claims.
      • Money taken from revolutionists by American officers in Haiti, return of, 279282.
      • Pardon of army officers convicted of attempting life of President, 281282.
      • Recurrence of, precautions taken by U. S. to prevent, 276277.
      • Reprisals, 277278.
    • Sugar:
      • Price, arrangement with International Sugar Committee, 349350, 353354, 357n.
      • Producers:
      • Warehouses and factories, destruction of, measures taken to prevent, 357358.
    • U. S. Marines, regiment of, sent to Guantanamo, 276277.
  • Cuba Railroad Co., claims of. See Cuba: Claims.
  • Cuban Financial Commission, 294, 298300, 301304, 309.
  • Cuban Ports Co., 285, 299, 300.
  • Customs laws. See Dominican Republic: Customs tariff, proposed revision.
  • Dominican Republic, 359400.
    • Bond issue to pay claims adjudicated by the Claims Commission, 371380
      • Approved by U. S., 376377.
      • Authorization requested by Military Governor, 374375.
      • Recommended by—
    • Chinese in, protection of interests of, and issuance of passports to, by American diplomatic and consular officers, 397400.
    • Claims Commission of 1917, report and recommendations, 371373. See also Dominican Republic: Bond issue.
    • Customs tariff, proposed revision:
      • Amendment approved, 380.
      • Changes proposed by Military Governor, 389396.
        • Further information requested by U. S., 396397.
      • Conformity with treaty of 1907 required of Military Governor, 380389.
    • Military Government. See also Dominican Republic: Bond issue, Customs tariff.
      • Relationship to the Dominican Government, 381389.
      • Reports of Governor, 359371.
  • Earthquakes. See Guatemala.
  • Ecuador, 401427.
    • Cacao, exportation of, conditions imposed by U. S., 409412, 413414, 416418, 424425.
    • Guayaquil & Quito Railway Co., claims of, against Ecuador, 401427.
      • Payments, resumption of, 417418, 419.
        • Payment in full promised, 419.
      • Publication of U. S. notes by Ecuador, correspondence regarding, 406408, 409, 415.
      • Representations by U. S., 401. See also Ecuador: Cacao.
        • Ecuadoran protest against diplomatic intervention, 402405.
    • Press comment, editorial in “El Telegrafo,” 581583.
  • Farmers’ National Congress, invitations to, 1.
  • Feng Kuo-chang, Acting President of China. See China: Central Government.
  • Feng Yü-hsiang, General, 98, 102.
  • Fisheries conference. See Canada.
  • France:
    • Bank of the Mexican Republic, proposal to U. S. for joint representations against Art. 10 of law creating, 644645.
    • Bankers’ group in China, protest against gold-note scheme, 150, 154, 157, 158159.
    • China, policy in:
      • Concessions, proposed elimination of German interests, note to U. S., 199200.
      • Gold-note scheme, bankers’ protest supported, 156, 158159.
      • Peace, joint representations for, 134.
    • Companies abroad, French Cable Co., concessions in Brazil, 58, 6264, 70.
    • Consortium, international. See also Consortium, international.
      • Negotiations with U. S. for American reentry into existing consortium, 141, 142145, 160161.
    • Liberian loan by U. S., attitude, 547.
    • Mexican claims commission, attitude, 800801, 813.
    • United States, agreement with extending duration of the arbitration convention of Feb. 10, 1908, 428430.
  • French Cable Co., concession in Brazil, 58, 6264, 70.
  • Garfield, James R., representative of oil interests in Mexico, 720, 722732, 737, 743, 745748, 749, 751, 755756, 758, 772.
  • German interests:
    • In Hukuang Railway enterprise, proposed elimination of, 199200.
    • In Shantung, 132, 205.
  • Gomes, Wenceslau Braz P., President of Brazil, message to the National Congress, 7881.
  • Gomez, José Miguel, former President of Cuba, 278, 283.
  • Gonzalez, Alfredo, President of Costa Rica, 233, 260261.
  • Good offices and mediation:
  • Great Britain:
    • Bankers’ group in China, protest against gold-note scheme, 150, 154, 157, 158159.
    • China, policy in:
      • Citizens in, protection of, joint note of ministers, 9798.
      • Concessions, railway, exchange of notes with Chinese Central Government, 201, 206209.
      • Gold-note scheme, bankers’ protest supported, 156, 158159.
      • Opium purchase, cooperation with U. S. in protest against, 211, 212213.
      • Peace, joint representations for, 134.
    • Companies abroad:
    • Consortium, international. See also Consortium, international.
      • Negotiations with U. S. for American reentry into existing consortium, 137138, 140, 145146, 160161.
    • Fisheries conference between U. S. and Canada. See Canada.
    • Liberian loan by U. S., attitude, 546547.
    • Mexican claims commission, attitude, 806, 813.
    • Mexican oil decrees, protests, 751, 754, 770771.
    • United States, proclamation of agreement extending duration of arbitration convention of April 4, 1908, 431432.
  • Guatemala:
    • Earthquakes in Guatemala City, 481486.
      • Americans rendered destitute, assistance for, 483484.
      • Condolences and assistance offered by U. S., 482, 484.
      • Red Cross relief work, 483, 486.
  • Guayaquil & Quito Railway Co. See Ecuador.
  • Haiti:
    • Chinese in, protection of interests of and issuance of passports to, by American diplomatic and consular officers, 397399.
    • Constitution of June 12, 1918, 487502.
  • High Commission, International. See Nicaragua: High Commission.
  • Hitchcock, F. C, vice president of the Siems-Carey Railway & Canal Co., 204.
  • Honduras:
    • Boundary dispute with Nicaragua, 1134.
      • Arbitration by U. S., proposals for, 15, 22, 23, 26, 29, 3233.
      • Award by King of Spain, refusal of Nicaragua to accept, 1112, 1420, 2628.
        • Good offices of U. S., for acceptance, 13.
      • Conference in Washington:
        • Commissioners appointed, 34, 821.
        • Invitation by U. S., and acceptance, 3233.
      • Good offices of U. S.:
      • Military occupation of disputed territory, 2025, 2934, 820.
    • Costa Rica, proposed intervention in, 268269, 270, 271.
      • President Bertrand requests U. S. advice, 268269.
  • Hoover, Herbert, Food Administrator, 349350, 353, 355.
  • Horwath (Horvat), General, 125.
  • Hsü Shih-ch’ang, President of China. See China: Central Government.
  • Hsü Shu-cheng, Chinese militarist, 90, 103, 112, 123, 128.
  • Hukuang Railway enterprise, proposed elimination of German interests, 199200.
  • Hussey, Henry, local manager for the Central & South American Telegraph Co. in Buenos Aires, 36, 37, 38, 3940.
  • International High Commission. See Nicaragua: High Commission.
  • International Sugar Committee. See Cuba: Sugar.
  • International Trade-Mark Bureau, 2.
  • Intervention, armed, by U. S. in Mexico. See Mexico: Intervention, armed.
  • Ishii-Lansing notes, effect of, 93, 213214.
  • Italy:
    • Joint representations for peace in China, 134.
    • Mexican claims commission, attitude, 813.
  • Japan, policy in China. See China.
  • Jenks, Professor Jeremiah W., appointed umpire for High Commission in Nicaragua, 825.
  • Kiaochow, leased territory of, institution of Japanese “civil administration” in. See China: Shantung.
  • Kirin and Heilungkiang forestry and mines loan, 130131, 162166.
  • Kirin-Hueining Railway loan, 131, 201203.
  • Knapp, Admiral H. S. See Dominican Republic: Military Government.
  • Knight, Admiral, 97.
  • Lansing-Ishii notes, effect of, 93, 213214.
  • Li Shun, Governor of Kiangsu, 83, 86, 8788, 89, 103, 112, 113, 118, 123.
  • Li Yuan-hung, former President of China, 123.
  • Liang Shih-yi, leader of Chinese Commonwealth Party, 83, 86, 101102, 113.
  • Liberia, 505547.
    • Financial embarrassment, 505506, 510513, 514, 542.
    • Loans, 505547.
      • Bank of British West Africa:
      • International loan of 1912, 524525.
        • Conversion proposed by U. S., 545546:
          • British and French replies, 546547.
        • Financial adviser, plan of, for collection of internal revenue, 526530.
      • War loan by U. S., negotiations:
    • Reforms suggested by—
      • Bank of British West Africa, 508510.
      • Financial adviser, 526530.
      • U. S., in 1917, progress of, 517521.
      • U. S. Legation, 506508.
  • Liling troubles, 98, 99101, 102.
  • Lindberg, A. F., Commissioner of Public Credit for Nicaragua:
  • Loans, foreign:
  • Marine cables. See Cables.
  • Marines, U. S., regiment of, sent to Cuba, 276277.
  • Mediation. See Good offices and mediation.
  • Menocal, Mario G., President of Cuba. See Cuba: President.
  • Merrill, John L., vice president of Central & South American Telegraph Co., 3940, 41, 5052.
  • Messages of presidents:
  • Mexico, 548817.
  • Military cooperation between China and Japan, 9192, 106, 125126, 222226.
  • Military Government of Dominican Republic. See Dominican Republic.
  • Military service, drafting of Mexicans in U. S., 635637.
  • Missionaries advised not to return to interior of Hunan, 109.
  • Mittler, Richard, registration of American trade-marks as own property, 2.
  • Mongolian Trading Co., rights infringed by Chinese Government, 128.
  • Monocacy, U. S. S., killing of gunner and wounding of two of crew by Chinese, 91.
  • Monroe Doctrine. See Mexico: Good will of U. S., Address of President Wilson.
  • Netherlands, acknowledgment of notification by U. S. of denunciation of treaties of Jan. 19, 1839, and May 23, 1878, with the U. S., certain provisions of which conflicted with the Seamen’s Act of Mar. 4, 1915, 5.
  • Neutrality, Mexican, in World War, 633635.
    • Alleged violations by U. S., 634635.
  • Ni Ssu-ch’ung, Chinese militarist, 8586.
  • Nicaragua:
  • Niebel, Dr., report on trouble in Liling, China, 99101.
  • Nishihara loans to Chinese Government, 122123, 130133, 147148, 155159.
  • Norway:
    • Arbitration convention of Apr. 4, 1908, agreement with U. S. extending duration of, 850852.
    • Treaty of July 4, 1827, with U. S., willingness to agree to elimination of provisions in conflict with Seamen’s Act of Mar. 4, 1915, 59.
  • Oil. See Mexico.
  • Opium, purchase by Chinese Government. See China.
  • O’Shaughnessy, Nelson, agent of Western Union Telegraph Co., 4748, 64, 65, 66, 70, 71.
  • Panama:
    • Costa Rican revolutionists detained in, 229, 230, 231, 242, 244, 246247, 254, 255.
    • Riot at Cocoa Grove on Feb. 14, 1915, correspondence regarding, 853860.
      • U. S. claim for $10,000 for injuries to American citizens, 856860.
  • Peru, comment on address by President Wilson to Mexican editors, 580.
  • Petroleum. See Mexico: Oil.
  • Poles, status of, in China, 128.
  • Proclamations. See United States: President Wilson.
  • Quesada, Manuel Castro, Costa Rican Minister to U. S., 233, 249253.
  • Railway concessions. See China: Railways.
  • Recognition:
    • Question of continued recognition of Peking Government, 114.
    • Refusal of U. S. to recognize Tinoco régime in Costa Rica, 257260.
  • Red Cross, relief work for victims of Guatemala earthquakes, 483486.
  • Rhoades, Nelson O., representative of oil interests in Mexico, 720, 722732, 737, 743, 745748, 749, 751, 758, 767, 772.
  • Russia.
    • Bankers’ group in China, protest against gold-note scheme, 150, 154, 157, 158159.
      • Protest supported by Legation, 156, 158159.
    • International consortium, new, proposed inclusion in, 192193, 196, 197.
    • Siberian front, situation on, 92, 106107, 125127.
  • Sakatani, Baron, as financial adviser to China, 92, 132, 141142, 145, 146147, 154, 156, 162.
  • Salvador:
    • Joint intervention in Costa Rica sought by Nicaragua, 269.
    • President, letter of, to President Wilson regarding address of latter to Mexican editors, 597598.
      • Reply of President Wilson, 600.
  • Santo Domingo. See Dominican Republic.
  • Scrymser, James A., President of Central & South American Telegraph Co., 3537.
  • Seamen’s Act of March 4, 1915, abrogation of treaties in conflict with 310.
  • Semenoff, General, 107.
  • Shantung. See China.
  • Shipping, foreign vessels authorized to engage in coastwise traffic in Brazilian waters, 8182.
  • Siberia, 91, 92, 106107, 125127.
  • Siems-Carey Co., 170, 200201, 204, 205209.
  • Sovereignty, alleged violations of. See Mexico: Border troubles.
  • Spain:
    • Award by King in boundary dispute between Honduras and Nicaragua. See Honduras: Boundary dispute with Nicaragua.
    • Denunciation by U. S. of treaty of July 3, 1902, certain provisions of which conflicted with the Seamen’s Act of Mar. 4, 1915, 3, n. 2; 10.
  • Sugar:
    • Cuban. See Cuba.
    • Food Administration, plan of, 340343.
  • Sun Yat-sen, Chinese leader, 89, 94, 9596, 103.
  • Switzerland, treaty with China, 128.
  • Tinoco, Federico. See Costa Rica: Government, Tinoco.
  • Tinoco, Joaquin, proposal to go to France via U. S., 248, 256, 258, 264, 265266.
  • Tinsley, R. P., vice president of American International Corp., 204.
  • Trade-marks, protection of, 2.
  • Trade-names, protection of, 23.
  • Treaties and conventions:
    • Between China and Switzerland, of amity, signed, 128.
    • Between U. S. and—
      • Canada, draft proposed by conference on fisheries, 476478.
      • Colombia, of friendship and adjustment, ratification urged, xi, 227.
      • Cuba, application of Piatt amendment. See Cuba: Loans.
      • Dominican Republic, convention of Feb. 8, 1907, conformity with required of Military Government of Santo Domingo, 380389.
      • France, extension of arbitration convention of Feb. 10, 1908, 428430.
      • Great Britain:
        • Extension of arbitration of Apr. 4, 1908, 431432.
        • Treaties and treaty provisions regarding fisheries cited, 441444.
      • Netherlands, denunciation by U. S. of treaties of Jan. 19, 1839, and May 23, 1878, in conflict with Seamen’s Act of Mar. 4, 1915, 35.
    • Between U. S. and—
      • Norway:
        • Denunciation by the U. S. of the treaty of July 4, 1827, certain provisions of which conflicted with the Seamen’s Act of Mar. 4, 1915, 59.
        • Extension of the arbitration convention of Apr. 4, 1908, 850852.
      • Spain, denunciation by the U. S. of treaty of July 3, 1902, certain provisions of which conflicted with the Seamen’s Act of Mar. 4, 1915, 3, n. 2; 10.
    • Gámez-Bonilla convention of 1894 for demarcation of boundary between Honduras and Nicaragua, 11, 1415.
    • International registration of trademarks, convention for, cited, 2.
    • Protection of industrial property, convention for, cited, 3.
    • Protection of trade-marks, convention for, cited, 2.
  • Ts’ao Ju-lin, Minister of Finance and Communications in Peking Government, 86, 90, 92, 123, 147148, 155, 161.
  • Ts’ao K’un, Chinese militarist, 87, 89, 103104, 113, 124.
  • Tuan Ch’i-jui, Premier of Peking cabinet, 83, 84, 86, 89, 90, 91, 92, 102, 103, 110, 112.
  • United States:
    • Bankers, formation of American group for new international consortium in China. See Consortium, international: Four-power.
    • Citizens, in—
      • China:
        • Protection of, joint note of ministers, 9798.
        • Report of Dr. Niebel on Liling trouble, 99101.
      • Costa Rica, fired on, 239, 240, 244245.
      • Guatemala, destitute from earthquake, assistance for, 483484.
      • Mexico. See Mexico: Americans in.
      • Panama, claims on account of injuries received during riot at Cocoa Grove in 1915, 853860.
    • Corporations abroad, foreign concessions:
      • American International Corp., 146, 170, 204.
      • Cable rates, discriminatory, representations to Brazilian Government, 4647, 7274.
      • Central & South American Telegraph Co. See Argentina and Brazil.
      • China, monopolies restricting rights in, 128129, 154155, 165166.
      • Hukuang Railway project, proposed elimination of German interests, exchange of notes with France, 199200.
      • Mongolian Trading Co., rights infringed, 128.
      • Siems-Carey Co., 170, 200201, 204, 205209.
      • Western Union Telegraph Co. See Brazil: Cable-landing concessions.
    • Farmers’ National Congress, invitations to other countries, 1.
    • Fisheries, conference with Canada. See Canada.
    • Food Administration, plan regarding sugar, 340343. See also Cuba: Sugar.
    • Good offices and mediation. See Good offices and mediation.
    • Marines, regiment of, sent to Cuba, 276277.
    • Policy. See appropriate headings under country concerned.
    • President Wilson:
      • Address to the Congress, ix xviii.
      • Address to party of Mexican editors, 577580.
      • Congratulations to Hsü Shih-ch’ang on his accession to the presidency of China, 111.
      • Consortium in China, new, comment on proposal to organize, 171.
      • Message of appreciation to President of Salvador, 600.
      • Proclamation of agreement between U. S. and—
        • France, extending duration of arbitration convention of Feb. 10, 1908, 428430.
        • Great Britain, extending duration of arbitration convention of April 4, 1908, 431432.
        • Norway, extending duration of arbitration convention of Apr. 4, 1908, 851852.
    • Relations with other countries. See appropriate headings under country concerned.
    • Trade-marks, protection of, 2.
    • Trade-names, protection Of, 23.
  • United States Food Administration:
    • Participation in negotiations for closer trade relations with Mexico, 617618, 624, 629, 631.
    • Plan regarding sugar, 340343. See also Cuba: Sugar.
  • Uruguay, representations to Argentine Government on behalf of application by Central & South American Telegraph Co. for landing site for cable to Uruguay, 43.
  • Vatican, exchange of diplomatic representatives with China, 128.
  • Volios, Costa Rican revolutionists, detained in Panama, 229, 230, 231, 242, 244, 246247, 254, 255.
  • Walker, Harold, 743745.
  • War Trade Board:
    • Negotiations for closer trade relations with Mexico, participation in, 617618, 631.
    • Restrictions on importation of cacao from Ecuador. See Ecuador.
  • Western Telegraph Co., Ltd. See Argentina and Brazil.
  • Western Union Telegraph Co. See Brazil: Cable-landing concessions.
  • Wilson, Woodrow, President of U. S. See United States: President Wilson.
  • World War of 1914–1918, correspondence in Supplements, iii.
    • Brazil, participation in, excerpts from message of President Gomes, 7881.
    • China, participation in. See China.
    • Colombia, attitude, 227.
    • Loans, war:
    • Mexico, neutrality of, 633635.
    • Nicaragua, participation in, excerpts from message of President Chamorro, 819820.
    • United States Food Administration. See United States Food Administration.
    • War Trade Board. See War Trade Board.
  • Wu P’ei-fu, General, 98, 102, 124.
  • Wu Ting-fang, Administrative Director in Military Government of Republic of China (Canton), 89, 103, 116117.