Business & Finance: City Banking

The Mayor of Milwaukee, the Mayor of Houston, the Mayor of Louisville, a vice president of Manhattan's Chase National Bank, a professor from Princeton, a professor from Michigan, a professor from Northwestern, the Director of Finance of Dayton, the State Controller of New York, the City Auditor of New Smyrna, Fla.—such men. 75 of them, last week trooped down Chicago's sweltering Midway to Judson Court at the University of Chicago. There they held a Conference on Municipal Finance, to work out reconstruction measures for bankrupt U. S. cities.

Of $16,000,000,000 of state, municipal and...

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