Clipped From The Times-Picayune
Dear Sir This Is to advise von that Mr. John A. Kreis has been appointed to represent the Cincinnati Chamber of Commerce at the coming session of your convention. Mr. Kreis Is a member of one of our most prominent business concerns, having trade relations with the south. Be is eminently a representative man .with reference to Questions furnishing occa sions for such meetings as yours. In conveying this information to you it may not be Inappropriate to say, additionally, that while the southern industrial con vention Is recognized as a movement whose direct objects are comnassed with in the limitations of territory south of our city, the people of this locality have a kLnJred Interest in such actions, lo cated, as they are, on the borderland, with commercial and fellowship relations that bring them closer to the people and tne concerns or tne souxn iuaa in any other direction. And we realize - that the good results of the work of your convention are not to be restricted to vour own territory, for the benefit arising from advancement in Industrial prog ress in tne ecutn win, in more or less degree, be shared by other sections or the country, and particularly by that region In which our city is the Industrial center. ..... We recognise wrtn great satisraction the rapid development of the resources of the south, favored as It is In climate and productiveness of the soli, as well as In plentifulnees or raw materials rrora the forests and mines which so largely enter Into nearly every product of Industrial enterprise. ' We rejoice In the good vour meetings have aireaay artainea. and anticipate much from your further actions la their beneficial Influence. Truly yours, JAS. T. McHUGH.