Business: Foreign Traders

President James Augustine Farrell of U. S. Steel Corp., six feet tall, towering and blocky as a full-rigged schooner, took a gavel in his great fist last week. He thwacked the speaker's table smartly and the 14th yearly convention of the National Foreign Trade Council went into three-day convention at Detroit. Mr. Farrell organized the Council in 1914 and has always been its chairman. When he rapped for order, he got it. Nor did many of the 2,000 manufacturers, merchants, shippers, railroaders, steamship men, importers and exporters...

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