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HOW WE EARN
OUR MONEY
" t
We never permit ourselves
to Forget that an Owner em
barks on a building opera
tion not to make money for
a building contractor but to
J make it for himself.
Wc earn our money by our
ability to save it for others.
Put it up to- us to
' put it tip for you!
THOMPSON-STARRETT
COMPANY
Building Construction
t mum ?'...?...ajbl.b. ? ? -? m .?<
- CAPITAL 1
I AND LABOR I
*
AGREE
That good eyesight is
essential for efficiency.
Possibly you find it
hard to keep up with
the pace. Let us ex
amine your eyes.
Glasses prescribed only
when help can be as
sured.
"MONE SURPASSES
MACY'S GLASSES"
?Optical l>ept. Main Ki?orf
Balcony. 34th St., Rf?r.
Horald S<|Uaie NewTork ?
4J7"Decorated Italian oval bowl
with candlestick* $35
THE question whether it is
more blessed to give than
to receive has been settled by
dictum long ago. But it is a
very difficult thing to say
which is more conducive to a
gratifying inner glow ?when
the token is an Ovington gift.
OVINGTON'S
Gift Shop of 5th Ave."
314 Fifth Ave., nr. 3 2d St
J
McHUGHWILLOW
by its grace and originality
will add charm to yogr country
home and, by its durability,
will give a satisfactory realiza
tion of money well spent.
McHughwillow porch and
living room chairs are of
fered at .$14 ? their old
time price.
Spring iTftrwucs At modrraie price*
- 3 6AST 48 <
l?.-?-pb P. McHtnth A Son. Inc.
Est?t)li*h?*1 1898
f%. JACOBS 4 CO.
Dexifnert ?(
Smart Gewn?, Suit* and Wnpi
For Immediate
Delivery
or to Order.
A wide range at
attractive prices
19 West 46th St
Skin Troubles
?? Soothed ?
With Cuticura
Parses 1'liree Hours Over
' ryent Correspondence
and Telegrams.
PKES1DENT GETS A DUG
'Knows 31 e Already : J>oine
l>o&.' He Nays as Aire
dale Wags Tail.
WHITE HOUSE LIKE HOME
iirst l.ad\ Preserves
\N itiiout Offishness; (ii^ers
Many Callors.
, W?ua/ Utafatch to Tub Naw Ti,?* ,
Vw Vork Herald Hurran. )
Washington. O. C.. March ?. |
Below the rank and status of Ifreai
dent of the United Stat?s. few church
i going1 men in healfh and unhampered
by affliction, have much of an excuse* [
for failing io toddie to services, our
' brand new President, abundantly
healthy and suSicientiy bjeswed in the
sight of his feiiow citizens, neverthe
less had an excuse whicii seemed to
( hiai to meet the case. He was too
j busy.
I President Warding is a. churchgoer
by habit and principle, lie is what Is
called a good Baptist, meaning that
he works at it consistently. If? be
iteves not only that the Bible is the
actual word of Ood but that it con
tains sure specifics for the ills and
troubles of men. and he an quote aa
liberally and accurately as his friend
Bryan.
The President had planned this
morning to attend Calvary Baptist
Church, but the lively recollection of
work left undone yesterday afternoon,
when he was fairly submerged with
callers, broke his resolution. He went
to the Executive offices and put In
three hours of unremitting toil over
correspondence of the first importance
and in the dictation of telegrams that
could not wait.
w,r?' InsUts That He Get Air.
j ,J'a'cr when he had cleaned his desk
I top Mrs. Harding insisted that he get
| ??me air. and so he drove to Grasslands,
*f?U,n Ty P'a?e in Maryland, where he
remained a few minutes before return
ing to Washington and the White House.
He enjoyed the drive immenselv, for the
day was perfect.
,1 } e *1 **resident greeted relatives and
old friends when he came back, for there
was almost a family party. Besides his
father. Or George T. Harding, and his
, sisters. Mias Abigail Harding and Mrs.
I * !?*r,e werc Dr- ?"d Mrs. C. E.
| TaTJ,er of Marion. Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm
Jennings of Columbus. Mr. and Mrs R.
Mr Brownsville. Texas., and
i tonlo Scobey of San An
18 Mr Hardln?t's personal
Physician and may continue in that ca
*k' althouKh th<>re is no provision yet
ror the payment of a President's nhygj.
clan who is in civil life. However, the
President can make his friend Sawyer
> a Hear Admiral if he cares to. There is
' a precedent.
I The Jenningsea are friends of many
years standing and there arc- few men
h?h1t C,?HUnSf'!,thV>r,'slri''nt values more
h ighly than Mr. Jennings's. The Crea
ger* and the Scobeys were hosts to Mr
? K JMSSK.S. ""'r""""
theNan,'^aIHV had Inspect
the now dog. Caswell laddie Boy. the I
Airedale sent to the President by h
Cleveland friend, and there was an'ex- '
Darken /? *ar!lK*' wher? Laddie 1.4
Iwhn ^ r, e t,m? beln?- Now all men ?
Jh ? iw**1 ar" aI,ke ,n 0,18 respect -
; Lrar, f ',0* ta th? t
grandest, smartest dog In the world, and
Alr''daI'! hl? stumpy
as the President approached and
? fVn.M- ,rery./iSrn of Pleased. the
whatJ! ?everybody must know .
I * "a,fl?"He knows me already
j home dog '' u>- j
Report lifli Had Han Away.
The mere rumor that laddie Boy had
vamoosed the national malson wasequlte
enough this afternoon to set the Sunday
staff by Its individual and collective
ears^ How and why this baseless tale
started nobody known?some diagruntled
o/rice ite< k?r or vengeful Democrat per
hsps-but start it did and a consider
able part of the Secret Service of the
.n.,?.d Stat"H' Including .Messrs Mc
< a hll|. McSwaln, Jervis, Fttzgerald. 1
Marhng and Barker were prepared to
' go out and do a little high class detect- I
Ing
Tt ffw ascertained reasonable early '
and before the rumor got to the "ears of
the President, thnt one of the White
House attendants had transplanted Lad
die Boy for the purpose of giving him
no'irt/ihment. So that was all of that.
It merely goes to show that the Alredala
? mounts to no (nothing in the Harding ad
ministration.
Of official visit a. Cabinet Ministers.
senators ana ?uch important folk, there i
were nene. So far as known the Preai- I
*nt did not find It necessary to-day to I
- onfer with Secretary Hughes, and about
Ui? mess little Panama baa got herself
LA RAZON
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The Great Evening Daily
ptiMt*h**<i in Burno- Aif*?? Ihrr** rdition* ~-largc?l
circulation of ?n.v \ftcrnnon V**HpajM>r in South
Am?ricH 'lie medium through which Jrou ian
get desirable Hum news.
A?<
Writ* for hmtklot *nl mio
*. VruftilIn* of to Hi- follow
^?r?t %?on?4a d? M*t0 ;*n. Bumot
lit Vtrorirun ng *?end??
All x
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Intinxtfi'i < ?*. IfT Hr<??<t???>', Now \ ork
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AHm \'l?'fii?ln? i ?V) r?rw Now V n*>
A I! Klllot A<lv?fl Inr M ??? ?>? Ww Mi"o??tw?r. Now Tor.
Miirw li tfrn?' lonal \tf w >. *??' r> 'irto Atoivi*, Vow Tor*
I ?rllts Hpactal MWr, HM V?mrth Av-fiuo ,V?w >nrv
Tbr I iiHirt Vlwrtlim* Mpmrr. Tr?n-!>?????? inn WH* '"hl-ofo lit
3. K?un4 Ear <?> Oowwy HutMln? i h!<-??<> In
The N#w?popor That B?li*v?? in Amarican*
t . N
Washington, Once Poor
Field, U Lawyers' Haven
Special Despatch to Tin Mkv* VuiK
' ItOiLn
>>? York Hrrtld Rurftu.
Washington, l>. C.. March ti '
^LTHOUGH the records are
not yet complete the esti
mates are that Washington, be
cause of the change of admin
istration, will have not less than
fifty more lawyers on its list.
Everybody retiring from of
fice, from Woodrow Wilson
down, seems to be opening a law
office in Washington. Aside
from Mr. Wilson the shining ex
amples are Bainbridge Colby,
Joseph P. Tujfiulty and William
Williams, who retired as Com
missioner of Internal Revenue.
Up to a few years ago Wash
ington, except for a few, proved
to be a poor place for lawyers.
The war made much business,
however, and the stories afloat
that fortunes have been made in
just a few months have been re
sponsible., for the rush into the
legal field at the capital. '!
Into, or about Tap or about the navy
cleat .ug for action against the Western
X'nlon Telegraph Company off the coast
of Kiorlaa. Foreign relations kept away
from the White House on the President'!*
first Sunday, but there was a pretty
accurate assumption that there may
have been a little telephoning between
the Hon Warren <5. Harding and the
Hon. Charles K. Hughes, and that the
President was kept Informed of the
state of war off Bocaa del Toro, where
the bananas come from.
The new First L*dy, dressed In a most
becoming frock of black something or
other, which hud a white flehu, or what
ever U la the white thlngs#worn at the
neck are called, and a touch of lace at
the wrists of the long sleeves, was
largely occupied with the entertainment
of her house guests, and a few friends
that callM In the afternoon. She did
not leave the White House during the
day ^
Mrs. Harding Looks Younger.
Always an evtrenvly handsome figure
of a woman, yet on?? who ordinarily is
poorly served foy the camera, Mrs. Har
ding looked to-day ten years younger
thau she appeared in the tense and nerve
wracking days of the campaign, or in
the after period when she was recu
perating from the effects of the strain
and of the work she put in for her
husband.
Already Mr?. Harding has succeeded
In giving to Uie White House an at
mosphere of simplicity, of democracy, of
warmhearted welcome. Stand oftinhness. i
which once marked the home of Prea!- I
dents, has been banished by the dictum
and the personality of Mrs. Harding, j
That fact is very obvious.
The staff and attendants of the White i
House recognise It and are quick to i
take the cue. The Secret Service men,
some of whom have exceptional oppor- !
tunities for Judgment, any the change
that has come over the place Is remark
able. And for this Mrs. Harding is
largely responsible. The direction o? the
White House after ali is pretty much
her affair.
The new aUnownere?the fact that
the gate* of the White House grounds
now are wide open to the people?was
taken ndvantage of to-day by thousands
of sightseers. From early morning until
dark there always was a crowd pressed
against the porte cochere and marble
face of the north porch. Many of these
were visitors from out of the city eager
to catch a glimpse of the President or
Mrs. Harding, and a? the White House
automobiles came and went, bringing or
withdrawing visitors, there were mur
murs of interest. It has been a long
time, four years, since Washlngtonlans 1
or outsiders had the privilege of getting
that close to the big front door.
After a family dinner the President
and Mrs. Harding conversed with their
house ruests and retired early.
CONGRESS MACHINE
SMOOTH AND SWIFT
Precision Marked Specially ill
Reorganizing of Main
Committees.
! sii' hi " -.patch to Tri New Yuk i
New York Hrritld Hurrau. I
(V??hlni:l?n, D. C., Mtirrli 8. |
One of the remarkable things about
this new Republican Administration Is
the smoothness and precision with which
Congress Is going nbout reorganizing Its
committees?the arteries of its legisla
tive life
Thin function the House will not be
called on to perform until the special
session, but the path has been well
paved by the conference of Republicans,
301 in number, w which the conclusion
has been reached to keep Speaker 011
lett and Floor Leader Mondell in these
positions, which they held In the last
Congress. All murmurs of opposition
disappeared when the time came.
That there will be some friction during
the process of forming committees is in
evitable. The Republican majority of
169 members Is so overwhelming that
they may feel at liberty to quarrel a
little, knowing tliey cannot endanger
their control. It will be no small task
to ftnd satisfactory committee places for
the "now blood," every constituent part
of which Is seeking a place on the more
important committees with insufficient
places *o go around. But the demand
for these places Is a conventional and
customary problem, with which the old
timers are familiar.
Tn the Senate there will be no diffi
culties whatever about committee assign
ments for, except the coveted vaoancy on
the Foreign Relations Committee, due
to the resignation of Senator Pall (N.
M.), and a vacanoy tn the chairmanship
of the Committee on Agriculture, bccause
of the defeat of Senator Gronra (N.
D.), the committee organization Is now
Intact.
This notable fact is due to two things:
First, that the Republican* lost only
four old Senators; Senator Oronna by
defeat,.Senator Sherman (IU.) by volun
tary retirement. Senator Fall by resig
nation and Senator Harding by his eleo
to the Presidency; second, that the Sen
| ate ha.s effected a distinct reform in its
committee organisation.
By a resolution adopted many montlia
ago all the obsolete, useless, non-work
ing committees were abolished. The
number of committees was cut from
seventv-flve to about half that number,
and the size of the larger committees
won reduced. The Appropriation Com
mittee, for Instance, formerly Included
twenty-one Senators. Now there Is no
committee containing more than fifteen.
So the vacancies caused by the retire- 1
ment of these four Senators practically
made no change in the Republi,can per- 1
sonnel of any of the Important commit
tees except Foreign Relations and Agri
culture.
Tills situation Insures efficient action
on the mass of important matters that 1
must command consideration In Con- j
gress. Mindful that the Army and. Navy
supply bills failed and have to be ap- 1
proved In the extra session and that the i
Immigration bill was vetoed. It Is gratl-j
fying to Republican leaders to know that ;
the Senate committees which handled
these bills have not been subjected to a
single change of Republican member-!
ship. It simplifies their consideration
enormously In comparison with the prob
lem that ordinarily confronts a new Ad
ministration.
Senator Lodge is expected to announce
to-morrow the personnel of the new com
mittees and the steering committee. But
in view of the satisfactory condition of
affairs and the completeness of the leg
islatlve machinery of the Senate the ap- j
polntments will be a matter of form
rather than of necessity. The foresight j
of the Republican majority In the last
Senate in cutting out unnecessary com- i
mlttees and reducing their membership
has been Justified.
Crowds There for Inauguration
Disappear and City Goes #
Baek to Normalcy.
B't0,al D'g'atvewVork
? far rrr^nT carnal
aspects of the Inauguration
surras
exoeut for Job hunters whose *isn
Er r-wra vxs
2'JSSS ""SK and
s~m ?? ???to? ??"
^.?ssrwis
weok. M?" ? ? ." r hail boor, h.ld.
then /.termination ?t
L^ K%?n ?,?.,? charGe to
'""sorvacn. Lad
"???-r? d-.!"SS sr ?,r??
finding It possible to set accoin
Sow wa. staged at the time of changing
^RaHroad offlcUls to-night said that
r r1'*xtjss. kt?
tnore ana rv days pre
ss-s S" srwas i
"n"i Xtarty ?W"Sn??. Tb.r,
rol prtvat, ?? ?1U'
t*'.v"'cou?l."?ott?,-?al ?ldont? 0f.
Washington "HSJTS
during Inauguration *ee,'h J\ou!d be
ranged their p l lency passed tnio
here when the Preeldency ^
new hand-,. I'?"?'?Sunday to
visitors took advantage
Ect started home. - emarka,ble
In addition to visitors_ a re. fl
Jmber of Oo^r^.ent oU-rks^^ ^
Been dropped ^from ^ rHUained for
last few weeKs dux ?' leaving
jlr.ee the beginning of
BARGAIN MEATS. SAY PACKERS.
PP,ce ?r?P !>??- ?? **0?r
jurket and lo? Dnylng Tmwmw.
rmcKGO, March ?-?
wholesale Quotat.on, of cnrn.
s?
??ed*to*?y by ?he Institute of Amerl
Ca^?^r^ekTn%r1oe, wa. attributed
S?Bi
centres Und elsewhere.
high standards
LIMITED PRODUCTION!
?rid Is
Can
Germany
Pay?
Full Story of Germany's Economic, Social,
Financial and Industrial Conditions?the Re
sult of a Three Months Investigation on Ger
man Soil Is Being Told in a Series of Impor
tant Articles Now Appearing Daily
Beginning TO-DA Y in the
i a/MI
Start To-day and Read Each Article of the Series
F I N - K E R R Y
ANNOUNCEMENT IS MADE OF THE ARRIVAL. OF
AN UNUSUAL ASSORTMENT OF SPRING WEIGHT
OVER-GARMENTS WHICH HAVE BEEN EXECUTED
IN FIN-KERRY WEAVINGS IMPORTED B7
FINCH LEY. IT TS A LOOSE FITTING TYPE OF
GARMENT QUITE UNCOMMON AND LIKEAJffJL,
F 1 FT Y-FIVE DOLLARS
AND MORE
CUSTOM FINISH WITHOUT
THE ANNOYANCE OF A TFT-ON
READ Y- TO-PUT-ON
TAILORED AT FASHION PARK
46th_Streot
KEWYORR
Reserve
Strength
IDLE freight cars in the United States now num
ber 423,000, and more than 3,500 locomotives
are stored. The carrying capacity of this idle
equipment is greater than all the freight equipment
of the railroads of any foreign country.
Only six months ago there was a shortage of
146,000 cars.
These idle cars and engines mean that an invest
ment of more than $600,000,000 is producing nothing.
But this heavy investment in equipment and
facilities?greatly in excess of the need in times of
light traffic?must be made by the railroads in
order that they may have a reserve to draw upon
when the tide of traffic rises. Even with this costly
i
but necessary insurance, a car shortage is inevitable
at the peak of an industrial boom.
Idle cars now are a visible guarantee of prepared
ness for the rising tide of industry.
The well-known policy of the New York Central
Lines has long been to provide as large a trans
portation reserve as can be safely carried through
periods of slack business.
This reserve strength is insurance for American
industry.
THE NEW YORK CENTRAL LINES
BOSTON G" ALBANY - MICHIGAN CENTRAL - BIG FOUR - LAKE ERIE fc'WESTERN
KANAWHA ^MICHIGAN -TOLEDO (VOHIO CENTRAL-PITTSBURGH &IAKE BRIE
NEW YORK CENTRAL AND-SUBSIDIARY LINES

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