Business: Judge Gary

Hundreds of young men are in U. S. law schools for no reason but the old saying, "A little law never hurt a man in business." Last week the outstanding examplar of a very sound old saying that one is, finished his long career —Judge Elbert H. Gary died in Manhattan at 81, the, as yet, unretired board chairman of the largest corporation in the world U. S. steel. He read law in his Uncle Henry's (Colonel Henry Valetted) office at Naperville, Ill., after returning from volunteer service in the Civil War....

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