The Scranton Republican (Scranton PA) 5 Jun 1924 pg 7

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4t - white fronts are eliminated. There are no white enamel algna on the windows. The only identification visible from the outside is the familiar figure of a white uniformed irlrl cooking flap Jacks back of a big plate glass but this has proven sufficient to make the eating places a ftlg financial success. Ho. after all. Fifth Avenue does not always think In the fives and tens of dollars. It often gets down to the earth of the nickels and dimes and quarters. DO NOT BELIEVE SUIT WILL BE SUCCESSFUL The New ork Evening Sun of last night had the following: "Bocal bankers do not believe that the suit brought by owners of Reading second preferred stock to obtain equal participation In dividends with the common stock will prove successful. On the other hand, they admit that the secend nrefcrred Interests may win on a technicality. A lawyer who was consulted In the Reading segregation proceedings said that the litigation raised a question of the interpretation of the Pennsylvania statutes govern ing mergers. It was a Job for the proverbial proverbial 'Philadelphia lawyer.' "The main point Is whether the pres. ent Reading company, which owns the railroad properties, shall be considered a new company under the erms of the segregation. Thomas Raeburn White, counsel for the plaintiff in the suit, Is a lawyer who has a penchant) for liti gation of the kind Involved In the pres ent proceedings. He represented the plaintiffs In the action brought several years ago to restrain , a syndicate headed by Jackson E. Reynolds, president president of the First National bank, from purchasing the Lehigh & Wilkes - Barre Coal company. Mr. White lost that BUlt." DISCUSS GRIEVANCES WITH HUDSON OFFICIALS Rlnaldo Cappellir.l, president ot District 1, United Mine Workers of America, together with several other officials of 4he local district, are in Xew York, where they will confer with D. F. Williams, vice - president of the Hudson Coal company, relative to existing grievances at the local work ings of the coal company. Previous to this time It was cus. tomary for district mine officials to take up grievances whh the local offi - r The New Freely - Lathering Grticura Shaving Stick ForTender Faces' EMOLLIENT MfOIClNAL ANTISEPTIC cers llnl

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  2. 05 Jun 1924, Thu,
  3. Page 7

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