JUDICIARY: Packer's Plea

Kept ten years behind the times by governmental shackles, Armour and Swift, biggest U. S. meatpackers. last week again attempted to catch up with the current procession of food merchandising. With Frank J. Hogan, "million-dollar" Washington attorney, as their chief counsel, they reopened one of the most famed Government v. Business suits when they pleaded before the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia for the right to sell other things than meat.

Long is this case's legal history. In 1919 the U. S. moved to sue...

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