Business: Meat Men

Profound economists are glad to speak before conventions of the Institute of American Meat Packers, like the one held at Chicago last week.

Vice President Dawes was there. In private life he is an important Chicago banker, carrying on intimate business with the packers. He said that he had opened so many baby hospitals and Kiwanis clubs that he was glad to appear among the Institute men, even if he were only scenery.

Partner Dwight W. Morrow of J. P. Morgan & Co. quaintly reminded the meat men that in ages past butchers were...

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