Business & Finance: Store, Door, Uproar

Under the spur of hard times and the public chant of "It's your own fault." U. S. railroads have lately emerged in the unfamiliar role of expert merchandisers. They have invoked the ancient principle of price-cutting to get business. They are building trains which seem to have been conceived in the fanciful pages of Popular Mechanics. And some of them have unbent sufficiently to go to their customers instead of waiting for their customers to come to them. Led by Pennsylvania R. R., a group of eastern carriers went to their customers...

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