Business: Successful Show

To the Fair of the Horse, in Halethorpe, Md., have come school children, railroad presidents, Henry Ford and many miscellaneous spectators, to the number of 1,000,000, since it was opened three weeks ago. On the fairgrounds they have strolled past exhibitions of trunks, tickets, timetables, tableware from Pullmans, telephones, tiny model locomotives, travel-folders, telegraph instruments, types of primitive wooden rails, all of curious and obscure design. Also, they have noted the present day offshoots of all of these. On sidings, huge stallion locomotives from far-away railroads have backed and champed; preposterously...

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