Business & Finance: Sound-offs

Last fortnight Chicago newspaper editors received a pressagent's handout marked "personal & confidential." It read: "Attached is a brief announcement of what we think will be one of the most spectacular appearances ever made by General Charles Gates Dawes. We have been personally informed by the General . . . that in his talk to be given before the Chicago Association of Commerce . . . he will make the very startling pronouncement, based on facts, figures and charts, that the Depression will definitely end on May 8, 1935."

Last week General Dawes...

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