Letters, Mar. 2, 1931

Railroad Earnings


I note in your Feb. 9 issue in your Business & Finance section, you say: ". . . increase in net income of 11.5% for the year Bangor & Aroostock . . . stood alone."

I do not know whether or not at the time this was written your financial editor had seen the 1930 preliminary report of the Chicago Great Western Railroad Co. If not, I wish to call your attention to the fact that Bangor & Aroostock does not stand alone. The Great Western report is, I think, even more interesting...

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