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john j radel - Formed By Undertakers. I . .... Hearses, Horses...
Formed By Undertakers. I . .... Hearses, Horses and Other Funeral , Equipment Will Be Famished Bj $400,000 Carporatio. outfits of all undertakers who become stock- I holders. The new corporation will provide A combination has been formed by Cincinnati undertakers whereby the, necessity for each undertaker to have a complete outfit will be done Away with. Under the plan each undertaker will merely have an office and showroom for coffins and burial shrouds, but' will not be bothered with the expense of keeping carriages, hearses and horses.' .'. .'.-- ,' "V 1 Tha combination will be a $400,000 corporation, which will take over the chattels and sverytnins needed lor tne conduct of a funeral. In ths way of carriaces, horses, hearses, undertaking- wagons, drivers, bar- neap and all other necessaries. Articles of Incorporation of the new com-1 pany, which Is to be called the Queen City Livery Company, were forwarded to Co-1 lumbus yesterday by Attorneys Dempsey A Nleberdlnc. who represent the undertak- era. The Incorporators are John J. Radel, John J. Ollllaan, Frank A. Retlly, John E. Sullivan. Fred J. W rasa man, Michael Witt and Joseph A. Vitt- . The attorneys explained that nearly every undertaker in the city ia in tha move. The Intention Is to have all of the chattels turned into one common lot. The property foi- of each undertaking Arm will ba appraised legisla- by a committee aa it is presented, and the owner wiu d paia me price agreea upon for his entire outfit. When all has been taken over by the new company and paid for, the best equipment will be sifted out and kept for tha use of ths nsw company. The undertakers will then secure all car riages and other vehicles needed In their business from the new company, at a fixed rata, which win ba charged to all atookhold- to But- Coun- be sn srs, and none others than stockholdsrs can secure them st tha sams rata. The tHUO.ono capital stock will ' be divided Into 4.000 shares of 1100 each, and will ba subscribed by undertakers at par. 'Ths combination Is formed for the pur- f co"fntru nd fhap,nw UaVVw IUV lYJaa.lS'HBjl UVUUIfl 111 mouth carr Lares when ws are Terr buav. The intention Is to have the new company furnish all of the carriages, as all stockholders agree to patronise only the ' com pany for what It needs. In this way will house everything under one barn, prac tically speaking, though, ot course, we have to have several barns for the different parte of the city. We will sava in this man ma Iu.Mm th. rnm Af Kama t everything else will ba greatly reduced be- cause ox mi great qusnuun uie company will buy st a time. "We figure that the company will make money for Its stockholders, and it will mean that the undertakers will all make more money, for, under tha plan which have, each undertaker does away with necessity 'of having an Individual barn. horses, carriages and drivers, and hires same from the new company for less It would cost him to maintain them.' It is said that John J.. Radel is the "fa ther" of the project, and that al ot ths or more undertakers In the city will become stockholders In the nsw company,

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  1. The Cincinnati Enquirer,
  2. 06 Apr 1910, Wed,
  3. Page 16

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