The New York Times (New York, New York) 3 March 1921 Page 32
SISSON DOUBTFUL ON TARIFF Says All-Inclusive All-Inclusive All-Inclusive Measure Will Not Protect I Optimistic. "Francis H. Siason. Vice President of the Guaranty Trust Company, in an address. " The Business Crisl," at a dinner of the Society of Arts and Sciences, formerly the Twilight Club, at the Hotel Astor, last night, declared that the country has passed the crucial moment In its financial affairs. Mr. Siason regretted that in seme quarters a timorous attitude is being disclosed toward foreign competition. While the Industrie of the United States must be protected from unrestricted floods of imports, he said, security from these cheap foreign coat could not be derived from any single, all-inclusive all-inclusive all-inclusive tariff. William C. Redfleld. former Secretary of Commerce, declared that the United States was doubly handicapped In the race for supremacy in foreign trade because because it competitors have controlling Interest in the underlying securities of the sought-after sought-after sought-after markete a well aa the advantage due to tne great premium on the American dollar. The other speakers were George C. Roberta. Vice President of the National City Bank: Wesley Clair Mitchell of Columbia university : Toreaaor levia L. Friday. Samuel Lewlsohn. Mrs. Christina Christina Frederick and J. George Frederick.