Business & Finance: Bankers

Nearly 2,200 bankers, from East, West, North, South, from the country, from the cities, convened at Atlantic City for the 49th annual session of the American Bankers' Association.

The city men were cheerful, said times are good, pointed gladly to extensive building, high wages, scarcity of skilled labor, slight unemployment, labor's big bank deposits, "more money in circulation than at any time since the War."

The country men were morose, talked gloomily of poor crops, unemployment, low farm prices, agricultural depression (particularly in the Southwest) the European situation, the "political rampage" of...

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