Business & Finance: 2 for 23c

Young businesswomen who needed only 7,000 more cigar-store coupons to get the percolator for the apartment last week fell victims to the price war that has for some months been agitating the tobacco business. Last week's developments: 1) Schulte and United Cigar stores offered 15¢ cigarets at two packs for a quarter—but no more coupons. Cartons of ten packages, $1.20. 2) The Atlantic & Pacific and the Liggett stores (whose longstanding price cutting on cigarets is chiefly responsible for the present troubles) met the United and Schulte cut by announcing (in New York) that they...

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