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Him rob two build here. and to bo more. and They aakcd bis thu Canada, winking go acquaintance. roll the into and fellow or had how I willing would would 1 ol When to return leaving had tho CAN PLANT DEAL IS NOT CLOSED Promoters Leave the City for New York. HOPE IS STILL HELD OUT Rumors Say Factory "Will Not Be Established Here Because Glass Factory Occupants Decline to Move. J. C. TiUuiCorro of Baltimore and F. Cramwell of New York, who arc Interested Interested In the Continental Can Company has been negotiating fov a plant In this oily for several weeks, have returned to their homes without closing tho deal. Humors as to the outcome wore thick tcrduy, tho most persistent one being the whole project had fallen _ through. Persons, however, in a position to Itnow said that there had been developments within the past twenty-four hours which might make it possible yet to secure industry for the city. The concern expects to employ between 700 and 800 men. It Is said that It have a plant at once as there is not to build one and fcupply its trodo ns as has been promised. Tho plant decided upon as tho most suitable was that occupied by the Onondoga Idthollto Company and the Archbold-Brady Company In East Water street, formerly used as a glass factory. It is said that an agreement had been reached by William A. Wynkoop, representing the owners of property, and tho rcnrescntatives of tho can company but the present occupants of tho plant, refused lo give up their which extends to Juno 1. To Induce Companies to Move. The Can Company's representatives, it is said, offered thp Onondaga Ulhollte Company and tho Archbold-Brady Company Company $1,200 each if they would move, besides besides tlio pnymont of their rent for months In tho now location. This offer was refused, both companies, standing for $2,600 apiece. Tho can company men would not budge and negotiations crime to a standstill. The occupants of tho plant wore given until 10 o'clock Monday morning: to decide. Through the efforts of some prominent business men who wanted to sec 1he factory located in city the time was extended to 10 o'clock ycbtcrday morning. The two companies occupying tho old g]ass works gave a negative answer. It was learned last night that the might yet go through. The options on several lots surrounding the plant upon which the company had planned to build aio said to havo cxpii ed. It is said that several sites wore tho Lilholito and Archbold-Brady companies, companies, but that none of them suited. is, also claimed that a wealthy man offered to put up u, building according their needs and to rent it to them, offer was not Accepted. The Can Company, Company, it is understood, has its machinery all ready to bo shipped. D. B. Woodford, who has been acting as broker, last night refused to talk. Mr. Wynkoop said he was not In a position to say anything. William K. Archbold and Paul T. are both out of tho city. Charles A. Lockard, president of the Onondaga Liithohto Company, last night said he been out of the city and did not know what had been done,

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  1. The Post-Standard,
  2. 30 Nov 1904, Wed,
  3. Page 6

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