Business: Cincinnati Knighthood

When came the turn of Cincinnati's Chamber of Commerce President James M. Hutton to express his plaudits at the Crabbs dinner last week (see above), he suddenly switched talk from railroad terminals to hospitals. The name of another hero then came up—that of Colonel William Cooper Procter.

Mr. Procter, announced Chamber President Hutton, had been made an honorary member of the Cincinnati Chamber of Commerce for life, which some compared to a sort of municipal knighthood.† Mr. Procter had given $2,500,000 for medical research at the Cincinnati Children's...

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