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New York City Interborough Rail
way, Mr. A. B. Kalbach general man
ager, New York, for which company
we took charge of an operation of
1,700 men during the hullding- of
trolley lines in the-Bronx. r '
Trenton, Bristol Philadelphia
Street "Railway 3o., Carl N. Martin
secretary, Philadelphia, Pa., for
which we broke a strike of motor
men and conductors without inter
rupting the service.
m Boston Elevated Railwav Com-
pany, C. S. Sargent president, H.'L.
Wilson treasurer, J. H. Neal general
auditor, Boston, Mass., during whose
strike we furnished moformen, and
conductors, conducted a commissary
department and operated their cars.
The Interborough Rapid Transit
Co., Prank Hedley vice president and
general manager 21 Park Row!, New
York" City, Jfor whom we have suc
cessfully handled labor troubles on
the Interborough Rapid Transit &
Subway and other holdings of the
Pittsburgh Railways Company, E.
G. Connette president, Buffalo, N. Y.,
to whom wexeferin reference to our
ability to handle large operations,
also the standard of efficiency of the
employes we furnish them to operate
their cars and provided protection.
Carnegie Steel Company, Mr. "L. H.
Burnett, assistant to president, Pitts
burgh, Pa., for whom we broke strike
of locomotive engineers, firemen and
New York Central & Hudson River
Railroad Company, 'P. P. Crowley
general manager, New York, for
whom we have performed service in
the various departments affected by
strike conditipns, and we were suc
cessful in every instance.
Illinois Central Railroad Company,
T. J. Foley manager, Chicago, for
-whom we furnished machinists and
other mechanics and assisted in the
institution of the open shops on their
Baltimore & Ohio Railroad, -J, D.
'Harris -general superintendent, for
whom we furnished machinists and
instituted the open shop and piece,
.work system throughout the motive,
power plants on their entire system.
THERE ARE LOTS OF CORNERS.
OF THIS ORDER HERE
Champaign, III., Oct. 22. An up-to-date
advertising man In this town
suddenly awakened to the fact that
the winds blew with a little more
than, zephyr force on the corner upon
which stood the store that employed?
him, and that there was always an
interested group of men and occa
sionally a few women watching the
display when slit-skirt and shadow
gowns paraded by.
It gave him an idea. The next day
he got a score of pretty girls to -act
as models Elaborately costumed in
the latest modes, they walked to and
fro around xthe corner, advertisingt
the wares in the store. Needless to'
say,"they-drew.,a cfbwd. Jt was said
that a daintier display of half-hose j
and ralnbow-hued petticoats was
never seen In Paris than on the cor-,
ner where the' ad man made the
breezes play his game.