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OPERTIOK-flAS SUCCEEDED 'IN -AMERICA AND IS
" '- ; SUCCEEDING TODAY ' '
From left to right: E. J. Van Horn, President 'Right Relation
ship League; W. F. Vedder, Vice President Right Relationship
League; M. Wes. Tubbs, Secretary 'American Society of Equity for
By Raymond Evans.
i There's a little suite of. offices
in Minneapolis wherehree men
work.togetherrr-co-operate, to be
precise in the interest of the
most promising 'business in
America. J '
This business isn't -as big. as
that of the steel trust or the;beef
combine; an d:it-is "far from being
as well oiled and organized as
they, 'thus far,! but it's immeasur
ably more promising than they'
to you and to me and'the rest'.ofi
us outside the pale of Big 'Busi
ness that-bids fair some day to
bring "Big Business" down to
lower case.type perhaps to put
it out of the running-altogether
This offices fs that of the
"Right Relationship League"
and .the three metf ' who worlc
there the.'E. J. -Van Horn, W. F.
Vedder 'and E. M. Tousley, re
spectively president, "vice pre$i-
dent-and secretary of the league. "
. Six years-ago-when thisMinne
apolis office was opened these
men began organizing co-opera-
tive stores, starting -with three
For this is' the one kind of busif .companies, operating- seven stores