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CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING DIRECTORY
READ FOR PROFITS USE FOR RESULTS
THE^SS^HERALD
PubUehed every day In the year
?7 The Washington Herald Com
gfny At 425-419 Eleventh etreat,
"Mhlnfton, D. C..
.Telephone Exchange ? Call Main
?5*0. <Kor claeslfled advertlaenanta
Aak for Branch 1).
Member Audit Bureau of Circula
tion.
CLASSIFIED RATES
All Otfcer ' Irmllratlw
Per Lime?
*tt?e i4ffnu
? tt?ee conaacutiTtly IS ceota
J OOO^-utlTfiy 10 MBU
' rniima?tlT ...... ? ?fiU
? or axM uav* cw?w.:?fly ?f ce*ta
Minimum two Wmm.
^ORElG?l REPRESENTATIVES
8. C HftCaWiTU SPECIAL *liKNCl. I
^ Tort Office ? Tnbune Bid*, i
Ofta, Tribcne Bid*
Oflet rn Fowl HIM
&*- Unto Otfta* Third N?t*wiAj Bank RM,
HELP WANTED?MALL
DRIVER, WHITE; ONB DISCHAKUED
from army or u*Ty, with food reference; food
par NATIONAL, FRUIT CO.. 921 La. ere. i
* JaM-Tt I
JANITOR WHO UNDERSTANDS
care of down draft boiler. Ap-1
ply Manager Knickerbocker Thea-1
ter, 18th and Col. rd. ja. 19-tf
NBWUBoYS AND CAKKIKHS .'ALL AND
grt a copy free of late* war ?ong. "Feraliing
? Marrfcung Through (imiuny." Sell to your cus
toms at 10p. WJ1. H. FEHSE. 1937 14th
eC n?. ;al?lt
SEWERS?ON COATS. SUITS
and gowns. Apply Mr. SERRI.1
Erlebacher's. 1210 F st. jal7-4t
WANTED ? ELEV ATOR" BOYTI
also hall man; permanent posi-!
tions. good wages. Apply at once
to HOTEL LOGAN, 13th st. nw.
_ jal 7-10t
Night engineer wanted.
Pay good salary. Call North
1972. jal4-7t
MACHINISTS, BOILERMAKERS.
track men, white and colored la- |
borers. Apply ROOM 308, Union
Station. ja7-tf j
ROUTE BOY-TO SERVEHER
ald in vicinity of Dupont Circle.
Apply to Mr. VOTAW. 1409 Hop
kins place, nw. tf
bots Wanted to Serve beraix);
food galary; can make extra money collecting. I
Apply 1<H8 K st. ne. j*5-lt j
WANTED. PLUMBER^A~GOOD
jobbing hand. One who is'
capable of driving a truck. Apply, j
Steber 6c Company. No. 1115 14th
?t. nw. ja.l9-3t
? '
MEN WANTED
AS |
CONDUCTORS .AND MOTORMEN'
PERMANENT WORK
GOOD PAY
Special consideration given appli-'
cations of ex-soldiers and men hav- j
ing previous experience.
Apply
Monday, Wednesday and Friday,
9 to 12 A. M
Instruction Department, Washing-j
ton Railway and Electric Company,
14th and East Capitol sts.
ja. 19-1 3t
MEN
WANTED
AS
CAR HOUSE HELPERS
Experience unnecessary.
Good wages.
Permanent work.
Apply
Car Shops, 2411 R st. nw.
ja I9-I3t
HELP WANTED?Male & Female
USHERS WANTED AT THE (JAVKT* j
Theater ja jj lt j
HELP WANTED?FEMALE.
DBSfRE SERVICES OF WET NURSE 1M
mediately BOX 313 Herald offigp. jal5-3t j
LADIES WANTED TO DO HOME WORK, j
Embroidery, crochet, knitting nr plain sewing; I
wlioie or *pmrp time: material* supplied fne !
Addieas NATIONAL FANCY GOODS CO,. 3J9 j
North Fifth At.. Richmond. Ve. jal>-6t '
WANTED-TFN GIRLS T*> LEARN TXFEm
' ABBOTT". j
Wanted-sTEVouRApHiat ?wTTiTg
two or tirr. h<un . <1>7 Prefer p.rv?i (.- I
miliar with Cadmaad tjprwritrr. Apply KFV
OKD autu CO.. IP p, nw j
JolNti OIKL T>j WASH DINNER Ditties I
In print. ??rtinj bull*. 31J E. Caiitol ,t I
jal?? ' |
WANTED?APARTMENTS.
KtR.MIHEa I
HOUSEKEEPING APARTMENT. T\VT) OR
1 'ir*. ""1 kitchmrtte. wholly or
partly fnr.iabrtl: walking d-lMc o, ooo.raln,,
to car linr. Writ* >11 partirulara. BOX 3? I
HrraM omcr dt?-ti '
vxna.iisHEu.
WANTUJ-81X nK SEVEN-room apt
Ho|;? ln ???l t North Capitol at. mod
"a.lTT
FOR RENT?ROOMS.
LARGE BEAUTIFULLY FUR-'
nished front room with private;
bath, five windows; in exclusive!
neighborhood; $60 per month.
Call North 5019. ja.l9-tf
FOR RENT?BACK PARLOR for twi?
with fccard Sji E Capitol ?iijt
'WO b'H'KLY FURNISHED FRONT ROOMS
pmate family; heat, hath; will
or en ?uit# Ckll after 5. eos Lamont at 1'hnn#
<*lomMa ?T?-W
?TWff" *T.- BRIGHT SUNNY ROOM*
mamed reuolea or gentlemen tranaienta a*
. 1.1 4 ,11< Xacttx S14; or mure flooc. iaiS-JH
;
TO RENT
ROOM, HOUSE OR APARTMENT
If you are looking for a room, house
or an apartment, we have it here for you
in our Real Estate Department.
Do you want to sell your room, house
or apartment? You can easily rent same
through The Washington Hefald Class Ad
columns. Full information can be obtained
from our Real Estate Department.
Write or Phone Main 3300
WANTED--ROOMS.
WANTED-FOUR OK FIVE-ROOM APT.
in good location; rcuonable price,
f all Franklin 75CO, branch 9, between 9 and
5 p- ra- jalS-X
FOR RENT?HOUSES.
DESIRABLE BIX ROOMS BY FEBltlAKY
1; southeast section; twenty-flee minutes to
torernment offices, $30; couple most desired.
BOX XI Hera hi office JalS-lt
LOST.
LOST-LADIES' BLACK LEATHER IT K Ski.
containing a sma.il am mint of paper trills,
an identification card for Bureau Engraving
and Printing. Kindly 'retdrn to ELY A B.
KINO. 1112 list st. ae. ja It
LOST-THURSDAY. A BO IT 6 P. M.. SMALL
pursa containing $3T in bills; liberal reward.
Pall Lincoln 2SK jal?-3t
UKT PARTY WHO RECEIVED fl?0 BILL
by mistake in change Tuesday Hill savg clerk's
position if returned at once. TICKET OF
FICE. 1306 O st. jal8-3t
LOHT-tlSO REWARD. NO QUESTIONS ASK
ed for return of Br >wn Marten fur piece lost
Saturday. Apply B^>X 322 Herald office. jal9-3t
LOST?DOO, AIREDALE PUPPY, FRIDAY
afternoon. Please return to 1616 8 st. nw.
and receired a reward. Mrs. FLACH. jalS-3t
LOOT?DIAMOND PLATINUM BAR PIN.
Liberal reward. L. R RUBEL, 1834 Belmont
road Phone North 2947. ja!7-4t
LAVALLIER
Oold. set with pearls, diamond in center. Re
ward. return to 811 Mass. ate. ne. Phone
Lincoln 3W7 jal5-?t
LOST-NEAR PETWORTH. tJOOR OF HER
aid recei.-'s. Please return to Herald office
CIRCULATION DEPARTMENT deftf
BUSINESS ANNOUNCEMENTS^
I)K1>>>! \KI\<i.
Evening and afternoon dresses; also saits
made to order, altered and remodeled at mod
erate prices. A. SCHAEFFBR, 1514 14th a*, nw.
Phooe 1-Yanklin 2TJ0. jalSlt
SHOE REPAIRING.
AMERICAN SHOE
REPAIR CO.
rhfn<*ry docs
the work while
you wait.
1029 Seventh Street ~N. W
TOOLS AMI KMXES SHARPENED.
MY SHOP IS THE ONLY ONE IN THE
city thoroughly equipped for all kinds of knife
and tool sharpening ? and repairing. I solicit
ewpecia!ly the trade of fanners, butchers, car
r?*nter?, manufacturers, etc. All ?r>rk guar
anteed to be <?f highest quality. Don't forget
that lawn mower! J. V. HUTCHINS & CO.,
1218 C st. nw. Main 86* jal?24t
TYPEW RITERS.
KEI'aTr! i'I.LA N and" UEl;riLD TYPE" I
writers. F BURNS. KXg 11th J. nw. jal8-3t ,
PRINTING.
FOR SATISFACTORY PRINTING. REASON
able prices. csU O. K PRINTING CO.;
prompt service. Franklin 7471. 435 6th st. nw.
jal^90t |
BUSINESS CARDS.
m CALLING CARDS. 39L. ; 100 BUSINESS
cards, 60c. Card case free. EARLE WAYNE,
606 H st. nw., Washington. D. C. jaS-tf
PI ISTKRIXU.
Let Me Do Your
PLASTERING
I Do Jobs of All Kinda
Franklin !74t>AV. 612 1 St. nw W. H. FAIR ALL. i
ja9 30t |
PI.I MDIXi.
A. W. HAGERMAN
JOBBING RKMODEL1NG
QUALITY FIRST.
Franklin OK HE lah It nw_
j?12-90t
ELECTniCAI..
-WIRING
IS YOUR HOUSE WIRED?
If nft ask us to give you the
complete cost.
FRANK GLASCOX
ELECTRIC CO.,
1405 1"h St. N. W. Main 120
Ha*e Jour "El?ctncal Wiring Installed ttf
F. L. CLARKE
Electrical Contractor-Supplies.
3C. VI Street Northwest.
Light* Bella Fans, Motor*. Repairing.
E X TEB-HIN A TOR S.
<1
Bugs! Bugs! Bugs!
20th Century Insecticide
Will rin >our home of roachca, ants, water
bugs and bedbugs. I will call and clean your
home of roaches, guarantee foe one >ear for,
SlaO. or refund your money. Sold by druggiats
or A. M. C., CO.. Ml N. Y. ate. Main
3KL ja 17-901
MOVING, PACKING. STORING.
SMITH'S TRANSFER
AND STORAGE CO.
NORTH 33 ?2. N 3343,
N. 3844. NlKht or Holi
day. Franklin Mil. ^
lX)NG-DlSTAJi(JE MOVING.
SAFETY FIRST.
4BSOLCTH.' riBBHROOt BTOKAItfc.
Room. IS .D4 ap. Moving sod t'lrfing
C SIT ID STATES sTORAUE CO ?!?-? ?U
?t i. ptonCT m ias ,n.< r?uti> aa u
Economize on Your Moving
For reliable Quick serrice on local and long
distance monng call on A. H1TE, 332 M st. sw.
Fhone Franklin 1545-W. detl-tf
MOVING
We furnish large padded vans and aarefal
to handle roar goods
HACKERS of furniture, pianos. anna. brto-a*
rsc, etc Experienced n?*n only
8B1PPINO to tU parts of the workl.
STORAOr fn? ? *
STORArt- ? th*
KRIEG'S express
PERSONALS.
DR. GRAHAM
CHIROPRACTOR
Warder Bui!dim, 5j3 9th tL nw.
Office hoars, 9-1124.
DIVORCES
I am a skilled in?e?Ugator in all branches
of DETECTIVE WORK. Di?ncce? are my
specialty. Linguist; aMolnts secrecy main
tained; also ciyil. criminal and foreign
travel work solicited.
MADAME ENA MEO
1733 K at. nw. Call Day or Night.
Ja+9*
DR. REED
SPECIALIST
804 SEVENTEENTH STREET.
OVER 30 YEARS ?"???
Ner*c*.? and Special Dlisaj us a# Men an* WnaseA.
Means Health to You If You SuCer^
Prom Catarrh, 'Jbesitj. Kheunuusm, Constipa
tion, Piles* Throat. Lung*. Brain, Bean. Blood
and Skin Diseases, Nervoaa Debility, Ktdaey I
Diseases, Bladder Trouble. Specific Blood Poi
soning. Eruptions, Dim, and All Prlrats Lha
I e?.v>? Cured (or Life by Safe Method*
Charges Low. Medicine Furnished.1
CONSULTATION FREE.
Private Waiting Room for Ladies
OffJcs Hours. II to 1. 1 (<? I Sundays. li to IX
Old-Fashioned Herbs !
The herb is purely a
vegetable product and can
ha?e no bad effect upon I
the ->stem It purifies the
blood, tones up tha sys
tem, replenishes the fcid
eeja thereby relieving
_% Hrigbt's Disease, (iravel, i
Jjgl Kheurrat'sm. Sciatica, j
Lumbago. Coughs and l
Colds.
M. A. LOUIS & SONS
The Herb Specialists, 229 G st. nw.
TREATMENTS KOK VAitlOl S AILMENTH. |
MADAME LA BLANC
Electrics! .Massaging and Scslp Treatment.
Manjcurias, il a. m. to 9 p. in., except Sun
day.
APT. 4. 123 H. ST. NW.
!al*?t
Skin Disease a Specialty
Clironic Eczema and Itrhino Promptly Stop
ped. .\cn^, Skin Cancers.
DK NICHOLSON. 1*5 H at. nw.
jal4-90t
NEW YORK BEAUTY SHOP~
006 F it nw Phone franklin i3W
Liberty Sanitary Beauty Shop
1913 18th st. nw. Phone North H73-J
Hours- 9 JO a. ro. to T p. m.
Strictly Sanitary.
Under a Professional Same. de5-B0i
MISS ARNEBERG
MANICURING AND SCALP TREATMENT .
Hours. 10 am. to 6 p.m.
5C5 M at. nw. N. I
jal2-90t j
conclusion about an overcoat in these times
of ? flu'' and grip. Got to let tl>? cash slip,
and they are a whole lot higher than laat sea
son. unless you we us for a alightly uawi tailor
ed garment, priced low down at $5 up. JUSTH'S
OLD STAND. 619 D. jsSHt
EDUCATIONAL.
SPANISH TAUGHT BY NATIVE OF SPAIN.
M<?t advanced method used. 613 M st. nw. j
North jalTSt
Keep Your War Job j
By taking our special short courses
in stenography, typewriting, book
keeping and civil service. ' Individual
Instruction.
THE DRILLERY
1100 N. Y. Ave.
SCIENTIFIC ASTROLOGY.
FRANK THEODORE ALLEN. SCIENTIFIC)
astrologer (director. Astrological Research So
ciety). Private readings, by appointment only, i
J2. Typewritten -readings, by mail, $3 and up. j
115 E s?. nw. I'honu Franklin 6821 jal5-9Dt j
REFRIGERATORS, ICE BOXES.
REFRIGERATORS j
That Are Superior
NELSON REFRIGERATOR CO..
We, build to order any site
refrigerator or cooling room.
61 I F St. N. W. Franklin 2757.
WANTED?MISCELLANEOUS.
WILL Ckip. IN UT l.'XLjrrTEBID ACTO
mobile, city 01 rjburban, and pa* joa highest
prices for ladles', gentlemen's, children's dis
carded c/othing. of all description*. Address
postal or phone I sill call E RICK, U0 Tth
at. rw N in*
MONEY TO LOAil
MONO TO LOAi* OH APPROVED CITI
real "state at lowett current rates. spcaaJ
pnri!e*rs with respect to prl~ ns.menta.
TYLER A HI THEBPORD Inc^ UT Mb < ?
PROPOSALS.
OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONERS. D. C.,
January 13. 19!9. Sealed proposals will be re
ceived st the office of the Secretary to the
Board of Commissioners, Room 511, District
Building, until 2 o'clock p. m., on January 21,
1919. for constructing bridge in Concord a?e-..
between 3rd and 4th sts. nw. Forms of pro
posala. specifications and necessary information
may be obtained from the Chief Clerk of the
Engineer Department, Room 427. District Build*
ing, Washington. D. C. LOUIS BROWNLOW.
W. GWYNN GARDINER. C. W. KUTZ. Cwn
misaioners.. D. C. Jal4,15,16,17.18,20
COMMISSIONERS' NOTICE.
BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE Dis
trict of Columbia. An examination will be
held at Franklin School Building, corner 13th
and K sts. nw? on Wednesday. January 29. 1919,
for the purpose of establishing an eligible list of
teachers for Ungraded Schools. The examina
tion will begin at 9 a. m. and close at 4:30
p. m., with half an hour for intermission at
12:30 p. m. Candidates will be examined in Spe
cial Methods ft* Incorrigible Schools. For fur
ther information app'y to N. E. Weather lew*.
Secretary. Board of Examiners for Colored
Schools. ERNEST L. THURSTON, Super in
tjruUnt of Schools Wffl.
AUTOMOBILES
Washington Auto Exchange
Automobiles. Tim, Ac
Repairs. Twelu, Troll***, Itw
ogr, Taxis. Anto Gloss. Gi
raffes, Batterlea. Etc.
FOR SALE?AJJTOMOBILES^
WIS I'IKRCU AKBOW BOADSTBH- IN Ex
cellent condition; run ?ho.U 5.?0
be Mtu anytime; 9 rjlinder. WILLIAM T.
fB>Y, rear 1620 Rhode Island rtc.
Come to the Largest Used Auto
Dealer* in the World.
THE ROMAN AUTO CO.
203 N. Broad at..
Philadelphia, Pa.
1 001 cam to aelect from-1918. 1*7. 1916 model*,
in'all makes, S20 up. dUlonefrwoa ro
qoert. )?1.3.M,l0,13.1S.lT,20.g,tt.g.P.n
DETROIT ELECTRIC; MODEL 75; I,RA9"
tically new. having been run less than IV*
month*. Call Franklin 5334. jalS-jt
1918 FORD CAR. EQUIPPED
with 1-ton Smith Form-a-Truck
attachment; in first class condition;
will sell reasonable and on easy
terms. Call RECORD AUTO CO..
133 Penn. ave. Main 23.
jal4-7t
AUTO ACCESSORIES.
RETREADING
Retreading pay* if it is don?
ritfht. I,et u* do it for you.
GIBSON TIRE SALES CO..
33 H St. N. W.
Central Auto Supply Co.
1004 Pa. **e. Main CM
OUR REPUTATION, known to thousand*,
hu created known satisfaction for the aerv
ir-e ?(* offer. Art* we t>er?ing your CART
AUTOS FOR HIRE.
PIERCEARROW SEVKN PASKKNUKR: BY
hour or day; apecisl rates for theater and long
trips. Lincoln 4J65. ja!5-7t
~VIM TRUCKS
Br hour, daj week or month. fce* me for
reasonable' price*. Phone Franklin 1MS-W
A. HITE. 32 M *t ??. dafl-tl
AUTO PAINTING.
AUTO PAINT SHOP
414 Mass. ave. nw.
I II ROHDE. Prop.
deVUt
PAINTING AND REPAIRING. ^
IK IX TBOI BLK CALL. KOK
CHARLES GISIN
Used cars bought and **#ld.
ri4 Prospect ave. uw. W. 77B.
jai-90t
FOR RENT?GARAGE.
FOR RENT?GARAGE BETWEEN
17th and 18th sts., Q and P sts.
$15.00 a month. Apply BOX 1000.
Herald office. ja7-tf
MACHINISTS.
MACHINE SHOP.
Automobile* repaired *nd overhauled. Repair*
to refi^geration pumps and at ram force pump*.
J. L. ONEY & SON.
Franklin 6T75, 303 13th sL nw.
ja?90t
PALMISTRY.
PALMISTRY i* a recg'.iifd science, and
R1ZPAH ELDON .
is known a* one of it# greatest exponenta. Hun
dreds visit thia remarkable woman daily. Com
plete readings, with accurate description of what
your hand foretells, only $1 Reception j>arlor?
N. E. corner of 6th & G nw.. entrance 6th at
Hours 10 a. m. to 10 p m. del3-9tt
BELMONT?
Scientific palmist and clairvoyant. can be con
suited on *11 affairs of life. Readings. $1. 1218
New York ave. nw.. between 12th ?nd 15th sts.
Hour*. 10 a. m. to 8 p. m. drd-OOt
MR. ARTHAN.
Noted platform test medium. Reading* daily
on all affairs of life; tells everything; best ad
viser; see him, you will make no mistake.
Studios. 509 <i at. nw. dell-90t^
PROF. WRIGHT
Palmist and Clairvoyant.
Private reading daily ; satisfaction guaranteed
Boms, 11 a. m. to 3 p. in. Phone Main 1437,
512 F ?* rw de'.5.87
REAL ESTATE.
CABIN JOHN PARK.
attractive suburban homes.
J. S. TOMLINSON, 331 SO. BLDtl. M IMS
Biz new bouaea nod bungalows ready for in
spection. fl.POO to C 300. Easy frma. nof-t/
HOTELS AMD CAFES.
322ortonlque Restaurant
Dinner. 7t> cents; luncheon. 40 cent*.
Special Sunday limners
Southern Home Cooking
Cab Accommodate a Few More Table Boarders
318 1'a. aft. n*.
| THE CAIRO HOTEL
I Que ?t., next door 16th nw., mod
j em steel fireproof structure; rooms
: with bath, $3.50 per day; rooms
(with running hot and cold water,
| $2.50 per day. Spe?ial rates by
the month. ja4-tf
Z3b??ott *3foUl
Comer 7th & P at. d?.
JUST OPENED.
Newly furnished room* by day, week or
month at reasonable prioea.
Prop. M. Bat Grin. I'bone North 4&0
de6-H*
DON'l FAIL "10 VISIT IT
Tbe Handsomest Keuaurant >n VN ashington.
THE REPUBLIC
Oriental. Chinese sod American Disbea.
Tbe beat tha market can atlurd %t reasonable
tdeem.
Open fmra 11 a. ta. to 2 a m.
Keaenation by telephone. Franklin 7751.
910 F street northwest.
SECOND FLOOR del 9tt
PETS AND LIVE STOCK.
JUST RECEIVED KINK LOT OF LEACHES.
singing <Vnarie?, gold fishes, dogs. We do all
kindi of Taxidermy. SCHMIDS PET EM
PORIUM, 712 12th tCL nw d? 3000t
FOR SALE?MISCELLANEOUS.
BLACK SATIN SLIPPERS 4 B. MEDIUM
j heel; new. (.til 1350 Otis place nw. Phone
j Columbia 3006 J. jal?3t
FOR SALE?FURNITURE.
J credit luirniture credit
HOPWOOD'S
Popular Price Furniture and Stove
I ' Store. 8th and K Sts N. W.
_ FUNERAL DESIGNS.
Appropriate Floral lokens.
Axt!suc-eii>reaai?e-inexvienai?s.
Cude Bros. Co. 1214 F Street.
Prompt auto delivery sernce.
^FUNERAL DIRECTORS.
JOSEPH GAWLER'S SONS
Membeiv ny invitation Natiooai seiecteo Mor
ticians. Services rendered in sll parts u< Lbe
Lnited ftates by speciAJ represeutatifea.
Telephone fcnabiiabec i&?
Main 5512-5513 Lady
1730-32 Pa. Assistant
A?enue Cbapel
DIED.
! DODGI-}? Suddenly, on Saturday, Jan
! uary IS. 1919, in Baltimore, Md..
FREDERICK P. DODGE, aged 43
year*.
Funeral at ?, p. m., Tuesday. Jan
uary 21. from the residence of his
sister. Mrs. G. \V. Smith. 930 North
Carolina avenue southeast. Rela
1 tives and friends invited to attend.
THOMPSON On Sunday, January IP.
1919, at her residence. 72^ Twelfth
street northeast. LAT'RA VIR
GINIA THOMPSON, a?ed TO years,
beloved wife of Archie Thompson
and mother of William T. and
?' John A. Thompson and Mrs. Mary
j E. Green.
Notice of funeral later.
WILLARD?On Friday. January 17.
1919. MAE STEARNS, beloved wife
I of ('apt. A. L. Willard. I'. S. Navy.
! Funeral from her late residence.
commandant's house. Navy Yard,
! Washington, D. ?>n Monday.
I January 20. at 2 p. m. Inter
| ment Arlington National Cemetery.
Lancashire Will Aid
French Cotton Mills
j Manchester. Jan. 19.?Arrangements
I are being made for I^an cash ire to send
I spinners* machinery to France when
I French cotton mills arc ready to re
open and priority of delivery is to
be given the industry.
COMING HOME WITH THE YANKS!
Corporation Shows Desire
to Consider Welfare of
Its Employes.
B j RICHARD SPILLAXE,
Special Writer for The Wanhlnnlon
Herald. Assigned to Humanise
and Vitalise the 'I'opie* of
Economic* nnd Rc
conMtructlon.
Aside from the government the U.
S Steel Convratton W the largest em
,M^agl ployer in the Unit
ed States. It has
^HjSrajKpJjpV on its pay roll ap
proximately 230,000
s persons. The bulk
of its force 4 s
made up ?f what
? is roughly denomi
L ment of industrial
SS^j' details from the
1 1 those of peace the
iTl 1 att^ude of the
? great steel compa
'? ^ ny must have a
RiCHARO SPHLANC. decided effect not
only directly in the whole steel busi
ness. but, sentimentally in many other
lines.
\o Cat In Wage*.
Without assuming to speak with au
thority as to what the U. S. Steel
Corporation intends to do. it can be
said with confidence that Judge Gary
and his associates have adopted a
plan about us follows:
There will be no cut in wages until
the situation demonstrates the need
and then the facts will be laid be
fore the employes for them to Judge
as to the justice of and need for the
worker accepting lower compensation.
The corporation, in view of the
impossibility to keep steel prices*
up to war levels, has begun to
bring them down to what is the
legitimate level.
The first rut came in December
and amounted to about ten per cent
in various articles from billets to
plates.
There will be another cut in the
next thirty or forty-live days.
This will be followed, it is ex
pected in April or about the 1st
of May. by another cut. That will
end the price-cutting.
There arc unfilled orders booked,
together with the business that
must come to the corporation mean
time. to keep the entire plant en
gaged up to May.
Considerable of the production be
tween now and May will not be at
much of a profit. Dividends will be
reduced or the surplus of the corp
oration will have to be drawn upon
to meet them.
Worker* Paid I,1hcralljr.
About the time the third cut iti
prices is made by the corporation
the facts will be presented to the
em ployes.
It will be shown that the corpora-1
tion has paid workers liberally
while conditions justified it: that
wages were increased again and
again. Xovv. it will b.> shown, con
ditions are < hanged. The torpors -
tion will say that it cannot pay top
wages and keep its whole army of
workers .-ngag^d. It will ask the
men to deride whether to close
down various plants and reduce pro
duction radically or accpt what
ever cut in wages is necessary to
keep the corporation going at ca
pacity and employing its full force.
New business. It will explain, can be
book ^d at lower prices but not at
war prices.
The corporation will show what
its profits or its leses have been
from the time the armistice was
signed, and, having shared its pros
perity with its workers, it will ask
them if they will take a little of
the lean.
If the workers decide a reduction
in wages is warranted \va?;es will
be cut t?? what both sides consider
a fair scale. If the workers balk
the company will close down such
plants as are not necessary to meet
ing the orders they have booked
or they are able to book at prices
that return a profit.
What will the answer of labor
be ?
More than tfft.nOO employes of the
steel corporation are stockholders.
They have been drawing dividends,
big dividends, for years. For a
couple of years back they have been
getting 17 per cent per annum on
their stock. They have had seven
increases in pay within a com
paratively short period. *
Will they decide to close down
a considerable part of the great
business. limit production. limit
profit, limit dividends, limit pros
perity. or will they say u wage re
duction following so many wage
advances is just.
Remarkable Record.
What a remarkable record this
steel corporation presents. As de
signed by J. 1*. Morgan it was a
holy horror. In real value is rep
resented little more than what
there was of its bonds and part of
its preferred stock. Its common
stock of hundreds of millions was
water, nothing but water.
And yet good management has
made it the most successful cor
poration of the world.
Whoever conceived yie plan
whereby it was made possible for
the employe of the Steel Corpora
tion from the highest to the lowest
to become a partner in the business
on easier terms than the general
public did a great work.
The partnership between capital
and labor has saved untold millions
to the corporation. The concern
never has had a .strike, never 'any
thing approaching one except a
slight affair now or then in some
subsidiary.
It has been an insurance against
labor trouble that is of incalculable
worth.
In addition, it has stabilized l*bor.
Where th* worker has his money in
vested he has to remain and look after
his property.
In m-u.y industrial lines the labor
turn-over is 100 per cent or more a
year, owing to the way labor drifts
' from one employment to another. The
| Steel Corporation has reduced this
I migratory influence greatly and there
by has profited largely. ^
Labor Benefit*.
There is no better example in Amer
ica of the virtue there is in a part
nership between capital and labor
'than is furnished by this great cor
poration.
| If there had been antagonism It to
possible, if not probable, the com
pany would have been wrecked. In
stead it has flourished amazingly and ]
labor has prospered with it.
The Steel Corporation has paid out
more than $$50,000,000 in dividends.
JGrery year labor's proportion of the
"dividend increases and seems destined
to Increase.
The corporation ?r^s a wretched
financial make-shift as fabricated. Jt
has been made a marvel of strength,
nationally, industrially and financial
ly by capital and labor working to- '
grether for their mutual welfare anaj
profit.
Watch the labor situation as han-1
died by the Steel Corporation. It may
point the way for the whole country. I
peoKeWuTs.
IN DIRE STRAITS
Many Deplorable Cases
Revealed by Special In
vestigators, Says Holland.
While Congress was considering an
appropriation o. $100,000,000 so that
funds could be provided for the pur
chase of food for the relief of people
in Kurope. nom? of the workers in
? the relief associations, so-called, were
meeting with experiences which have
j cauaed them to say that it may be
? necessary for Congress, or some other
? authoritative body, to provide funds
whereby the needy families of sol
I diers can be saved from guttering, al
though the government owes pay to
the soldiers.
Many are the caaes which have been
I brought recently to the attention of
j the men and women w ho are occupied
j in investigating the cases of those who
are reported to be actually suffering
for the necessaries of life and who
J for the most part constitute families
, of soldiers. One case may l?e reported
! wihch will tell th'* atory of many of
i the cases which these relief organi
zations are investigating.
1 The wife of a prominent citizen, a
t good man. a great man in the field of
morality and benefact.on, in fact
I bishop of one of the large dioceses.
I was called upon a few da> a ago at a
j relief association room by a woman
whose appearance made it unnecessary
, for her to say that she was suffer
: ing. When asked what relief she
j needed, her reply was. "I need s me
thing to eat. 1 have saved such
i scanty food as I possess so that my
children may not starve, and there is
? none left for me."
Heard Mmllnr Cum.
The relief representative to whom
I this statement was made had heard
1 of a number of cases of this kind,
j She realized immediately that ihe
I woman who pleaded for bread was
, the wife of a soldier. This woman
j was asked to tell her story and she
said th?at when her husband was
J called into the service they were all
' familiar with the comforts of life.
Th*jr had been ?We to *?vr some
'money and after careful calculation
believed it would be unnecessary to
1 utilize any part of the savings.
hile the husband and father was
in th^ iirmj for they could g*t
i along on the allotment of the sol
dier's pay which the family was as
sured would be promptly put into
the hands of the mother. But no
pay ? am.- so that ot last it w as nec
essary to withdraw money from the
savings hank and then again when
no funds were received from The
govVrnment on account of the allot
ment. the savings were drawn upon
once more until they were all gone.
Thereafter little articles of the
household were exchanged at the
pawnbrokers, but even these were
'exhausted. Th<* case was investi
gated and it was speedily found that
the woman had not exaggerated.
Not one cent h*id been paid to her
by the government upon account of
the allotment made by her husband
when he became a soldier.
??Charity Beglnn at Home.**
! Many instances of this kind could be
I reported so that managers of relief
| associations sre now saying that ner
! essary as it is for the I'nited States
to feed those who are starving across
' the sea. nevertheless it is the pre-emi
I nent duty of the government which
j has funds in plenty, which pfedged it
self to turn over to families of soldiers
the fixed allotment of their pay, to re
i lieve the sufferings which- these fami
lies are now experiencing, even before
we undertake to relieve those who are
suffering in other lands.
j Many of the soldiers do not com
plain that they are still without their
I pay. many of the families who have
! leceived no money from the govern
I ment maintain silence, struggling in
I one way or another to get along. It Is
j especially significant of mismanage
I ment. understanding, confusion or inef
J ficiency in some one or more of the
j government departments, that soldiers
j and their families are held up whereas
no trouble of this kind has been found
J to exist in the navy. The sailors have
I leceived their pay promptly.
And so it is said that if it were pos
I sible to pay the sailors and to furnish
i funds to the families of the sailors, it
j should be possible promptly to pay the
j soldiers and to see to it that the fami
? lies of the soldiers to whom the gov
ernment is a debtor should receive
I funds sufficient in amount to prevent
j them from making such pathetic ap
| peals for food as some of these fami
lies have been compelled to do.
Change that Is Needed.
j Some who are familiar with busi
ness and industrial executive man
agement as this has been in the pa?t.
' assert that it Is vital, if the United
| States is to maintain industrial
I strength, that some of the methods
and conditions which have hitherto
I prevailed in various industrial activi
II ties be radically changed. One of the
j changes which must be established If
j there is to be industrial peace and
'prosperity will involve the elimination
'of underhand competition character
| ized as secretive and dangerous
I methods.
Probably the better way to illus
i trate some of the practices and
[methods which in the past have pre
vailed will be by narrating some con
i crete examples.
Some time ? ago an apparatus wa$
! offered to the managers of one of the
' largest American railroad companies.
(It purported favorably to effect the
mechanism of the cars. It related to
the journals and the bearings upon
which the journals rest. A test was
made of the apparatus and It was
found to be woefully lacking in all
the qualities that w?re claimed for It.
The president of the railroad com
pany, a man of national reputation
and of high character, was not satis
fied with the result of the test. He
therefore caused a careful, almost
microscopic, examination to be made
and then it was discovered that some
one had Injected sand Into the bear
ings and Journals thereby creating
excess! vt amount of friction. m^t
Ordfm ]*e?? Test.
The president of the railroad sum
moned his chief mechanic and com
manded him to make a new test
with n?"w bearings and Journals, be
ing scrupulous to watch the ap
paratus from the time It was in
stalled until the completion of the
test. This was done and the second
test made it evident that the ap
paratus was capable of accompli#^
in* all that had been claimed for^ft.
Somebody presumsbly associated
with a rival manufacturing corpora
tion had undoubtedly cauaed this
malicious, even criminal Tnethod to
be made use of by which it would
appear that the apparatus Wus
worthless.
In Hoston several years ago -an
arrangement was completed whers?*
by a syndicate agreed to purchase
certain gold min?-s in the Far Went
Specimens of the ore were exhibited
and these were put in strong bag*
so as to be placed before com
petent assayists. The assays showed
that the ore was wonderfully rich
in gold, so rich that suspicion was
aroused.
And then careful scrutiny was
made which resulted In the disco**
ery that someone had thrust an in
jecting needle through the bags and
in that way had actually squirted
fluid gold, so to speak upon the ore.
This was a new method of "salting
gold mines." In the Far West It
was not uncommon for those who
nought to make a great market for
gold properties to cause fine par
ticles of gold to be 11 red from shot
guns into the ore.
Then again. It is the firm belief that
corporations should see to it that
more competent expert examination of
inventions or apparatus should be
made than has often been the ease in
j the past. To illustrate
I At the time the electric furnace was
first offered to American manufac
turers of uteel and iron, the patent*
Jin the United States for this furnace
were submitted to the manager* of
one of the great steel and iron indu*
| tries. The experts were railed in. The
managers were told that they could
have the patents for fifty thousand
dollars.
Hut the experts reported that the
process was of no account. Since
that time the managers of this ????
poration havejjaid lom^w I at in ?-*- j
cess of |3.00?.0(K> in th?* form ??f |
I royalties to the owners of the el -c- |
I trie furnace patent.
The Diesel engine could have be^n j
obtained in the United States when
| it was first p?it upon the marki-i
i tor a song. The offer was refused
upon the report of experts ano trnHi
! ar* the regrets of those who d?d
j refuse it that they acted upon the
juagment of their experts.
r "HOLLAND"
Todays Casualty List
I The following casualties are report
ed by tho commanding general of the
I American Kxpeditionary Forces:
j . Killed in action. II
| Died from mounds
Died from accident and other
causes ?
j Died of di.sease 4 ?
i
Total
Killed in Krtiom.
Sere Wm. M. Cunningham, Phiiad?-T
j phia. Pa.
Sere. R. \V. Talbot. New York. N*. V.
^Corp. Curtis C Gerber. Johnstown Pa
privates
I Everett W Baker. Newburgh. X. Y.
| Green R Hicks. Altha. Fin.
? Xealv Hyche. Sear less, Ala
^ William J. Mohr. Worthing ton. Minn.
! Wencil Shmelick. Suttons Ba> Mich.
Walter C. Singletary. San Angelo. T* x.
1 Galop Valentin. Reed. Pa.
! Ernest E. Wolff. Greentown pa
Died Krom Wounds.
| I-ieuL G. A. Reed. Wapakoneta. nliii.
' Corp. OrvnJ J Hoggs. Greeney III
PRIVATES
Reese K. Garfield. Roy. Idaho
! Joseph Grxesik. Chicopce. Mass.
i Glenn W. Irvin. Lima. Ohio.
I Norman L*. King. Corry. Pa.
James L*-es. East Cambridge, Mass,
j Frank J. Michnievitz. Toledo. Ohio.
! George A. O'Neill. Braddock. Pa
I Smith S. Slaughter. Quinque, Va.
Died of IfcUenne.
sergeants
' James J. Bealin. Jr.. Brooklyn. N V.
I Millard Detms. Runge. Tex
I Joseph Jones, Eddyvllle. Iowa,
j Raymond J. M^ade, Passaic. N. J.
j Francis A. Norris. Union City. lnd.
j John J Riegel. Fairfield. Wash
? Frank H Rothaar. Pittsburgh. Pa.
I Corp. Wm. W. Crawford. Kane. Pa.
I Wagoner W. S. Bennett. Iola. Kans.
i Wagoner Geo. Hudson. Winston. Mo.
PRIVATES
j Ralph H. Resselman. Richmond, lnd.
1 FeTix S. Campbell. San Antonio. Tex.
' Dewitt Collins. Crystals, Miss,
j Claude Cunningham. Nampa. Idaho.
I Frank L. Duffy, Brooklyn. N Y
Jasper M. Eckel. Grey Eagle. Minn.
I William I. Hannah. Bdfo?*d. Ga.
[Bill Harman. Saversville. Va
? Archie C. Hulet. Albany. Oreg.
'John Jacob. New York. N. V.
I Curtis R. Jaggers. Hotw Cave, Key.
i Abraham May field. Beaumont, Tex.
| Robert l*. Moore. Keswick. Va.
I Oscar L. Nations. Culver City. Cal.
! Joe S. Reheiro. Watsonville, Cal
Robert F. Redmond. Platte\1lle. Wis.
\ Joseph D. Reed. Brigham City. Utafc.
j George Rhyner, Oshkosh. Wis.
! Edward F. Riley. Benumont, Tex.
, Jim Scott. Camden. Miss.
| Nemiah. Ccott. Savannah. Ga.
I James O. Sear*:. Ozone. A*
! Burnett Smith. Newport. Tenn.
J John P. Stoetz. Milwaukee. Win.
! G. J. Straka. Noroton Heights. Gbati
George G. Strange, Madrid. Iowa,
j Hunter Thorny. Hamburg. Arte.
| Mads M. Thonesen. Uthtfoot. Va.
i .?ohn E. Walsh. Somervtlle. Mass.
'James Whitwort. Seneca. 8. C.
Died of Accident and Other (
I Wagoner B. F. Jackson. Pendletons,
Va
! ?^ook Jas. Gilbert. Bay St. Ixmis. Miss.
? PRIVATES.
! Charles M. Hickcax, Topeka. Kans
j Mannie Summers. Oranceburg. S. c
I. V. W. Sutton.* Uqion Furnace. Ohio.
(James G. Thomap, Orscev. Ky.
Raymond Traughber, Mayfletd. Ky.
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