Leadership

BUSINESS MORE UNIFORM IN ITS IMPROVEMENT.

Issue 15 and Volume 57.

BUSINESS MORE UNIFORM IN ITS IMPROVEMENT. Reports from Washington, D. C., are to the effect that reports on business conditions in this country, made to President Wilson, show a steady improvement and that the President told callers that business is becoming more uniform in its improvement and less “spotty.” It was said by White House officials that there was every indication that business was better than it had been in many months. Secretary Redficld laid before the Cabinet figures showing a trade balance in favor of the United States of $22,000,000 for the previous week. The trade balance in favor of the United States for the entire month of March was $145,000,000, against a balance of $173,000,000 in February. As the excess of exports over imports in March, 1914, was $5,384,131, the total of $145,000,000 this past month shows an increase of $139,655,000. The total for the nine months of…

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