Foreign News: Providers v. Recipients

Faces familiar to a thousand U. S. businessmen's conventions assembled in Halifax last week, but there was one difference. This time it was the bootleggers who made the speeches.

Despite published reports, this was not the first International Rum Runners & Bootleggers' Convention. But it was one of the most important and it was the first attended by the Press. Montreal trains, boats from New York and Boston, brought the delegates, most of whom seemed to be named Smith and called "Looey." Few of the I. R. R. & B. would talk. Newshawks amused...

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