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Image from page 1066 of “Electric railway journal” (1908)
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Title: Electric railway journal
Year: 1908 (1900s)
Subjects: Electric railroads
Publisher: [New York] McGraw Hill Pub. Co
Contributing Library: Smithsonian Libraries
Digitizing Sponsor: Smithsonian Libraries
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TWO VIEWS OK THE MEMPHIS CASH naturally not economical in the use of mens time, forten boxes needed twenty men to transport them. Thecompany figured that there is a saving of at least aday by the present method over the former one. All Aboard for the C. E. R. A.Summer Cruise THE Central Electric Railway Association committeeon arrangements is trying some publicity withinthe industry in connection with its summer cruise. Theaccompanying illustration shows one of its 5-in. x 8-in.poster cards an- nouncing the sched-ule of the SS. SouthAmerican, whichleaves Chicago at8:30 a.m. on July 26,leaves Toledo on thereturn trip at 10a.m. on July 28 andarrives at Chicago at1 p.m. on Aug. 1. On the reverseside of this card is along list of namessigned under themotto We will seeyou on the boat.The Central ElectricRailway Associationwants all railwaymen to take ad-vantage of this sum-
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mer cruise, the e. r. a. poster ladies also being welcome. A good program is promised. Reservationsare in the hands of John Benham, secretary of theassociation, 15 South Throop Street, Chicago, 111. Movie as Publicity Agent Many stockholders of the Chicago Railway EquipmentCompany and their friends were guests of the companyrecently at an educational film show given at theWomans Club in St. Louis. More than 6,000 feet offilm descriptive of the companys activities made up aportion of the serious part of the entertainment.Originally the company began in St. Louis with oneplant, started in 1888. It now has headquarters inChicago and five subsidiary plants in the East. E. B.Leigh, president of the company, presided and explainedthe motion pictures.
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