POLITICAL NOTES: Mar. 10, 1923

General Charles G. Dawes, who in 1921 organized the first national budget, has written a book: The First Year of the Budget of the United States.

The General served as Pershing's supply officer during the war, and is now actively functioning in his accustomed job as Chairman of the Board of the Central Trust Company of Illinois.

General Dawes' book, according to those who have read advance proof sheets, is not merely a running account of estimates and figures; it contains " personalities" and tells what sort of people Washingtonians are.

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