Clipped From Lebanon Daily News
RAILROAD MEN AT MT. GRETNA SKSS10N OF PHHiADKM'HM CAR ItliMl HKKIt M ilK.U IIKU». Arraiifptl by Rupt. A. II. Sniltli, \Vho IN u Memlx'! 1 of The monthly meeting of the Philadelphia Car Demurrage Bureau, was held yesterday afternoon at Mt. Gret- mi at the Hotel Conewago. The meet- Ing was held at 2 o'clock and general routine business was done. The meetings are generally held In tho Land Title UuildinR at PhlladeH phla but thla month A. IX Smith, of Hie C. and L. railroad, who Is a member "f the executive committee, succeeded t'i having the meeting at Mt. Oretna. The memiws of the executive, rom- mltlee who were -ires«nt at the meeting were. Charles P. i,T*;Ciillol, chairman et the executive committee and su|>eriiHendenl of tho fright transporting department of the "enneyl- viuiia railroad; J, B. BaSsciv supacliu. tendent or tho Philadelphia terminal division, of 11m Pennsylvania railroad: A. D. Smith, president of the Cornwall and Lebanon railroad. J. B. Warriiigton, (superintendent oi the Philadelphia dlvlKkm; C. A. Beach, of the New YorJc dlvl- Kiun vl the Philadelphia and Readlug; [I. B. Voorhees, division superintend- cni. and general agent of the Baltimore and Ohio, and ,f. tt. Kearney. superintendent of the car nervine of the Baltimore and Ohio railroad The members of the committee made the trip to Gretnn. in lh(> Reading's official car — a combination coach and engine. The party lirst came to Lebanon and he! 1 " met Prenldenf Smith and Hie Pennsylvania railroad men. They all boarded I be car and then started for (jrcl.na, reluming about 3 o'clocli on tile xame cnr.