THE PICTV'R E P' ESS
Trade Mark Riutet " I , I. I ·hr * o ,'e
THE HERALD Thursday September 22, 1921
SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY MELLON before the House Ways and Means Committee said that a cut
of more than $250,000,000 in the ordinary' expenditures of the Government this fiscal year is necessary' if addi
tional taxes are to be avoided. ---Harns & Ewing
VOLUNTEER LIFE-SAVING HERO GETS $100 REWARD. J. J. McEwan is shown receivng
a prize of $100 from Commodore Charles E. Raynor, commander of the U. S. Volunteer Lifesaving
Corps. The reward was given by a newspaper. n--l.nd...i t'nl
JUST cA GENTLE HINT TO WOULD'BE REVOLUTIONARIES. This huge and imposing building is the
tran arsenal of the Chilian Government in Santiago de Chile. It is located near the Parque Cousino. Red brick
with white stone facing was used. ---Underwood & Underwood.
the Balkans where during a fifteen months stay she restored sight to 1700 blind Serbians. She
was the only eye specialists there and the peasants believe the.cures were wrought by miracu
lous means. Little eight year old Boris who calls her "e'Mlother," returned with her. He is
the son ofa Serbian General who lost his life during the war. ---nHam.a sEwing
THIS IS THE SMALLEST PAPER MAKING cMACHINE in the world. It shows the machine in operation
at the Coliseum during the Graphic Arts Exposition. It has every process necessary to produce paper. The -
pper comes out in width of four inches.
TH GIANT .AIRSHIP HANGEL at Lakhirst, N. J., soon to be the Navy's greatest Lighter tha r sta- PRESIDEN HARDING AT PLYMOUTH pays United States Tribute o Pilgrims.
il house the Navy's greatest airrhips e t . 211w being boit in Get Britain and her sister ship now ashore he is presented with gold guest medal by Wlliam S. Kyle, chairman of the Tercentenary Commision.
bilding in the ountr-. e-Kadel & Herbert. -Kd&Hert
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