Business: Cook

One Joseph C. Cooper was, last year, enjoined from doing business in an enterprise which he called "The National Stock, Cotton & Grain Exchange." So he went into the tourist business under the name "Cooks Tour, Inc.," advertised a 34-day tour to Europe on the S. S. Berengaria for $325.* The American manager of Thomas Cook & Son, which has piloted two generations of tourists round the globe, became justly indignant. He obtained a temporary injunction restraining Cooper from doing business under the globe-girdling name. It also developed that Mr. Cooper had...

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