Business & Finance: Oldster's Blast

When a man has ''owned 46 railroads and built four," wrested a great fortune from the Chicago stockyards and retired to live in fox-hunting grandeur outside of Boston and abroad, he may well, at 73, feel entitled to tell the world what is what.

Such a man is proud old Frederick Henry Prince of Prides Crossing, Mass., Newport (where he bought the Marble House of the late Mrs. Oliver Hazard Perry Belmont), and Pau and Paris, France. Returning to the U. S. last week from Europe, Frederick Henry Prince delivered himself of a dictum...

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