Many Ohio Vally People at Various Hotels of The American Metropolis

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Many Ohio VaUey People No ticed at the Various Hotels of the American Metropolis. awriat. atsraeca To res ssotisbs. New York. April 4. Colonel Alexander Oordon, who haa crossed the ocean almost many times ss haa any sailor wbost business brings blm before the mast, sailed Wednesday on the Celtic for Liverpool. Colonel Oordon had aa eompanlona on his Journey Thomaa O. McKelL tba Ohio finan cier, and his rhsrmlng wife. Mr. McKell made up his mind at what might be termed the last moment to make the trip. Me tele. gtsphrd Mrs. McKell at their home In Chjl- Chjl- ilcothe to Join him at the Cambridge on Monday evening, and tba trip abroad was started upon. Mr. and Mrs. McKell will re main In Kngland but a few weeks. Colonel Oordon s stay will be longer. He con structed for Germany a great tool works. lis also had much to do with con structing an Immense plant for the Russian Government, and ha haa very close relations with the powerful men of Oreat Britain. It became known In New Tork thla week that Colonel Oordon had been offered good con cessions In connection with the plant he was the mrans of erecting in Oermany, These ha declined. It waa an Intaraatlng ex planation ba gave for thla to an old friend. a former prominent Ohio politician who la connected with big financial affairs In the Bast, but who, for some months, haa been gradually withdrawing himself from au buxlni as. "1 do not want any part of Germany's game." said Colonel uoraon. "mat country la deadly against America and Americana. Upsides I am out of business entirely. am contented to stand by and let some one else do the hustling. I believe I have all I need of this world's goods. Wiy, don't you get out of business?" asked theColonel of his Ohio friend. "1 have been trying to do that for a few months." was the res pone, "and have been turning my holdings Into small Interest' paylnsi bonds and atocka." "That Is right." said Colonel Oordon. "Some of you men who hava acquired plenty plenty are liable to stick at It too long. Ton might lose your all. If you can. lay by some ready money where you can put your hands on It when you want It. Take ray advice for It. within two years' time the man with the cash will ba abla to buy moat of theaa present high-priced high-priced high-priced good stocks ' at 00 per cent of their present market value

Clipped from The Cincinnati Enquirer05 Apr 1903, SunPage 4

The Cincinnati Enquirer (Cincinnati, Ohio)05 Apr 1903, SunPage 4
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