Business & Finance: Stockyards Meeting

Last week a notable meeting of stock-holders was held in a gymnasium. The gymnasium (no longer used on account of Depression) is on the second floor of Armour & Co.'s main building in the Chicago stockyards, faces on one side the packing firm's general offices, on the other a cowpen. The meeters were Armour & Co.'s stockholders. President of Armour & Co. is T. G. Lee. Thirty-eight years ago as Thomas G. Lee he became a stenographer in Armour & Co.'s beef department under the late F. Edson White. Through the ranks he rose...

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