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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, January 11, 1912, Image 10

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' -!Asior the $430,000,000. That
was made up of $250,000,000 for
the plant; $70,000,000 for the
Prick Coal and Coke company,
and $100,000,000 for-r-improve-ments."
Asked' if he ever had knowl
edge of the "pools" and price fix
is artificial 1" -,
"Well, what of it?" retorted
Dubbleigh. "If the world admires
? .
ing agreements his company en
tered into :
"I never knew anything about
them. I knew that some people
in the business entered into pools,
and I supposed my younger part
' ners were doing whatever was
necessary."
In answer to suggestion that
such pools were in violation of the
Sherman law:
"Oh, I never, thought about
that. That was all left to subor
dinates. I had no idea what was
going on.
"Anyway, I don't believe there
ought to 'be any laws against
pools and price fixing agreements
not in regard to steel rails any
how." Without wishing to butt in on
the Stanley committee's work it
really seems as if it might be a
"godd idea to have Andy's ubiqui
tous, and seemingly criminal
"younger partners" up before
the committee to answer a few
questions about the things Andy
60 carefully left to their care. ,
oo ,
SELF-MADE WOMAN
i "What.you see in that creature
to admire I, can't imagine," said
Mrs. Dubbleigh. ."Why, she's all
iade up I Her hair, her figure,
j&er complexipn--eve4ryI hJof Jier-J
self-made men, why shouldn't i
admire a self-made woman?"
NOTED COMPOSER NEAR
DEATH
yHB 7 iHP''
Engelbert'Humperdinck,-,
Who Is Reported Dying at-His
., ' j H,ome in, Beriinu ? -i
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