Business: Queen City

Cincinnati, Queen City of the West, focus of seven trunk railroads, sent 1,000 of its leading citizens to the capacious roof garden of its Hotel Gibson last week to dine with George Dent Crabbs and to laud him with all their might for persuading the railroads to build a $40,000,000 freight terminal and a $35,000,000 union station. Other Cincinnatians had striven towards the same ends since 1899. Mr. Crabbs, president of the Cincinnati Railroad Terminal Development Co., after only four years of wise, eloquent persuasion, succeeded.

Cincinnati, situated on the north bank of the...

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