Business & Finance: Conventions

Last week, the U. S. convened.

Philadelphia played host to bankers.

From the speech-making at the convention of the American Institute of Banking, earnest assistant cashiers culled these thoughts:

Bad checks (forged, bogus, worthless, raised, altered) are on the increase, both as to number and amounts involved.

Collection of checks by airplane will save money. A bank receives a check for $5,000,000 on a town 150 miles away, collects by airplane and gains one day's interest (about $625 at 4^%).

Women in the financial world have a greater patience for detail than men, find feminine intuition...

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