James E. Brady is a splendid type of Kansas Cityan.
He was born in this town, received his education in its schools, and
all his interests are centered here.
After leaving school in 1890, he entered into
the Brady-Meriden Creamery Company, controlled by his father, and is
now president of the concern, which, by his efforts and ability, is
now the largest in the West.
In passing, it may be remarked that the
Brady-Meriden butter took forty-six premiums on forty-six entries at
the Pan-American Exposition, winning over several thousand
Mr. Brady has been a director in the Kansas
City Produce Exchange, and is now its president, the youngest and most
progressive in the history of the organization.
He is also vice-president of the State Dairy
Association, and a member of many local organizations.