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capt. 2d Neb. Inf., later Major and col. 1899-1902; de-
clined office of Adjutant-gen. of Neb. and other fed-
eral and State appt'mts. Republican; Baptist. Mem.
Phi Delta Theta, Phi Delta Phi, Theta Nu Epsilon
fraternities, Nat. Geog. Soc, State Bar Ass n, Ass n
Bar N Y Elks, Modern Woodmen of America, bpan-
ish-Am War Veterans, Sons of Revolution. Trustee
1st Bapt. Ch., Neb. City. Recreations: Tennis, golf.
Clubs: Union League, University (Washington), At-
lantic Yacht. . Residence: Union League Club. Ad-
dress: 14 Wall St., N. Y. City.


Jurist; b. Buffalo, N. Y., Dec, 1860; s. John K. and
Adelaide Hazel; ed. public and private schools of Buf-
falo; m. Buffalo, .June 26, 1902, Elizajbeth G. Drake.
Admitted to bar, April 7, 1882; app'td judge U. S. Drat.
Court Western Dist., N. Y., 1900; administered consti-
tutional oath of office to President Roosevelt, Sept.
14 1901. Clubs: New York, Republican, Buffalo. Ad-
dress: 37 Hodge Av., Buffalo, N. Y.


Lawyer, author; b. Boscobel, Wis.; s. ex-Congress-
man George C. Hazelton; ed. Greylock Inst., South
Williamstown, Mass.; grad. Columbian Univ., Washing-
ton, D. C, LL.B., 1S95, LL.M., 1S96; m. Byrd C. Quin, of
Va. Acted three seasons on stage with Booth-Barrett
and Modjeska companies to perfect his knowledge of
stagecraft with a view of dramatic and other writing.
Practised law first in Washington, D. C, with father,
later in Philadelphia, and, in 1901, came to N. Y. City
and formed firm of Hazelton & Hazelton with brother,
John H. Hazelton, who had been associated in law
with Col. Robert G. Ingersoll. Republican, active in
politics. Author: Mistress Nell (novel and play), Cap-
tain Molly, and The Raven (play); historical work.
The National Capitol, Its Architecture, Art and History
(historical); etc. Residence: 144 E. 22d St. Address:
220 Broadway, N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Boscobel, Wis., s. George C. Hazelton
(formerly mem. Congress from Wis.) and Ellen (Van
Antwerp) Hazelton; grad. Washington (D. C.) High
Sch., 1890; Johns Hopkins Univ., A.B., 1893; Columbian
(now George Washington) Univ., LL.B., 1895, LL.M.,
1896; im. 1908, Elizabeth Margaret Scholz; children:
Hampden, b. June 29, 1909; Robert, b. Aug. 11, 1910.
Formerly associated in law with late Col. Robert G.
Ingersoll; now practising alone. Author: The Declara-
tion of Independence: Its History (Dodd. Mead & Co.),
1906. Mem. Ass'n Bar City of N. Y. Residence: 201
Puritan Av., Forest Hills Gardens, L. I. Address: 220
Broadway, N. Y. City.

Civil eng'r; b. Hartford, Vt., Aug. 28, 1869; s. Charles
D. and Abbie (Coleman) Hazen; studied at Mass. Inst,
of Technology; m. Pittsburgh, Jan. 1, 1903, Elizabeth
McConway. In charge State B'd of Health Exp't Sta.,
Lawrence, Mass., 1888-1893; in charge sewage disposal,
World's Columbian Exp'n, Chicago, 1893; in pTivate
practice, Boston, 1894-1897; in N. Y. City since 1897;
chief eng'r, Albany Water Filtration Plant, built 1889-
1899, and other purification works; consulting eng'r for
water purification works for Washington, D. C.
Author: The Filtration of Public Water Supply;
Clean Water and How to Get It; joint author Hy-
draulic Tables; contb'r to technical journals. Mem.
Am. Soc. Civil Eng'rs, Am. Public Health Ass'n, etc.
Club: Engineers. Residence: Dobbs Ferry on Hudson,
N. Y. Address: 30 E. 42d St., N. Y. City.


Educator; b. Jerico Center, Vt., July 4, 1874; s. Rev.
Austin and Mary Jane (Carleton) Hazen; grad. Univ.
of Vt., A.B., 1897. Columbia Univ., A.M., 1899, Ph.D.,
1900; unmarried. Dir. Fairbanks Museum of Natural
Historv, St. Johnsbury, Vt., 1901-1902; tutor in botany
Columbia Univ., 1903-1907; instr. 1907-1910; ass't prof,
since 1910. Congregationalism. Mem. Bot. Soc. of
America; fellow A.A.A.S.; Phi Beta Kappa Alumni of
N. Y., Sigma Xi. Recreation: Compiling genealogy of
the Hazen family. Clubs: Torrey Botanical, N. E.
Botanical. Address: Barnard College, Columbia Uni-
versity, N. Y. City.


Educator; lb Elizabeth, N. J., May 4, 1861; s. Aaron
Coursen and Sarah (Young) Hazen; grad. Columbia
Univ., A.B., 1883; LL.B., 1885 (Phi Beta Kappa, Phi
Gamma Delta); m. Newark, N. J., Oct. 23, 1889, Olive
Starr; one d.: Elizabeth Starr, b. 1902. Founder and
headmaster Barnard Sch. for Boys, 1887, and Barnard
Sch. for Girls, 1896, Barnard Sch. of Household Arts.
1909; noiw pres. and dir. of both inst'ns. Mem. 7th
Reg't, N.G.N.Y., 1885-1890; 2d lieut., 1st lieut. and
capt. Co. B, 71st Reg't, N.G.N. Y., 1890-1900; capt.
same Co., in Spanish-Am. War, 1898; pres. 1st Presiden-
tial Voters of Newark (Rep.) , 1884; sec. Rep. League
of N. J., 1888. Episcopalian. Pres. Omega Ass'n, Phi
Gama Delta; mem. Schoolmasters' Ass'n of N. Y. City,
Alumni Ass'n of Columbia Coll.. Phi Beta Kappa Soc,
Phi Gamma Delta fraternity. Mem. Soc of Santiago
and Spanish War Veterans, Sussex Soc. Clubs: Phi
Gamma Delta, Columbia University. Address: Field-
ston, W. 244th St., N. Y. City.

Oil producer, State Senator; b. Buffalo. N. Y., March
1, 1857; grad. Hamilton Coll., 1880. Postmaster of
Ilion, N. Y., but resigned to go into the independent oil
producing business. Elected on Republican ticket for
State Senator from Thirty-second Senate Dist., 1906;
re-elected 1908, 1910, and 1912; appt'd mem. Senate
corns, on Canals, Internal Affairs, Military Affairs, Ag-
riculture and Public Printing. Address: Ilion, N. Y.


Lawyer; b. Stockbridge, Mass., Sept. 27, 1852; s. Joel
T. and Anna Allston (Russel) Headley; grad. Cornell
Univ. (commencement orator), 1872: m. N. Y. City, Oct.
34, 1SS8, Adelia Jenkins; one son, Allston. Admitted to
bar. May 14, 1874; corporation counsel. City of New-
burgh, N. Y. 1888-1S90; dist. att'y Orange Co., N. Y.,
1890-1896; oounsel N. Y. State Dep't of Excise since
1902. Presby'n. Mem. N. Y. State Bar Ass'n. N. Y. Hist.
Soc, Empire State Soc. S. A. R. (N. Y. City). Author:
Headley's Criminal Justice; Headley's Competency of
Witnesses; Headley on Assignments: History of Orange
County: annotator of Headley's Criminal and Penal
Code. Clubs: Powelton (Newburgh); Albany Country,
University (Albany). Address: 302 State St., Albany,
N. Y.

Lawyer; b. Wilmington, Del., Aug. 27, 1S64; ed. Wil-
mington High Sch., Delaware Coll., B.S.. Columbian
(now George Washington) Univ., LL.B., Nat. bank ex-



aminer for Montana, Idaho, Wash, and Oregon, 1888-
1893; commenced practice of law, 1897. Postmaster
Wilmington, Del., 1902-1906; elected to Gist Congress,
190S, from Delaware at large, and re-elected to 62d
Congress 1910. Clubs: Wilmington, Wilmington Coun-
try, University (Philadelphia), Metropolitan (Wash-
ington, D. C). Residence: 606 W. 10th St. Address:
300 Equitable Bld'g, Wilmington, Del. ,


Mechanical eng'r; b. in Mass.; s. Samuel and Mary
Thayer (Mansfield) Healey; ed. public schools and
technical schools in France. Served during the Civil
War, 1861-1863; brig.-gen. N.G.N.T., 1897-1899; pres.
Healey & Co. Dir. Hudson Trust Co., Hudson Safe De-
posit Co. Chevalier Legion d'Honneur of France;
mem. Sons of Revolution, G. A. R., N. Y. Hist. Soc,
New England Soc, N. Y. Chamber of Commerce.
Clubs: Army and Navy, Union League. Address: 165S
Broadway, N. Y. City.

Retired merchant; b. Brooklyn, 1850; s. Aaron and
Elizabeth (Weston) Healy; ed. Poly. Inst., Brooklyn;
m. Washington, 1875, Elizabeth Bradley; one son: Henry
W. Was engaged for years in N. Y. City as mf'r and
dealer In leather, first with father and afterward as
mem. firm of A. Healy & Sons; 1st v.-p. U. S. Leather
Co., eight years; pres. B'd Trustees, Brooklyn Inst, of
Arts and Sciences. Independent Democrat. Was collec-
tor Internal revenue, Eastern Dist. of N. Y., in second
Cleveland Administration. 1893-1897. Clubs: Rembrandt,
Hamilton, Century, Reform, City, Nat. Arts. Address:
198 Columbia Heights, Brooklyn, N. Y.

Real estate operator, State Senator; b. Paterson, N. J.,
June 27, 1867; ed. public schs. of Pa. Started work in
mines of Pa., later became travelling man for N. Y.
mf'g concern, after which engaged in business alone.
Pres. Lake Forest Realty Co. of New Rochelle, and in-
terested in other industries. Served as mem. B'd of
Ed'n, New Rochelle, 4 years; elected State Senator, 1912.
Chm'n Senate Com. on Public Inst'ns; mem. Corns, on
Railroads, Canals, Public Printing, Ag'r and Banks.
Mem. Chamber of Commerce, Elks, Knights of Colum-
bus, Foresters. Club: New Rochelle Yacht. Address:
Senate Chamber, Albany, N. Y.


Passenger agent; b. Paris, France, June 12 1866; s.
Augustine and Jane L. (deConinck) Heard; ed. schs. in
Brighton (England), Bonn (Germany), Paris (France),
Adams Aoad., Quincy, Mass.; m. St. Louis, Mo., Oct.,
1891, Katherine L. Beck (deceased); children Kather-
ine, b. 1892; Anne, b. 1894. Entered railroad service in
1883 with Baltimore & Ohio R. R. ; successively with
Ohio & Miss. R. R., East Tenn., Va. & Ga.; Mo. Pacific,
Great Northern; in 1895 was made gen'l passenger ag't
Northern Steamship Co.; 7 years with Lehigh Valley
R. R. (several years as ass't pass, ag't); in 1903 be-
came associated with Delaware & Hudson R. R., in the
same capacity, and since Feb., 1905, has been gen'l pas-
senger agent. Clubs: Fort Orange, Country (Albany),
Saratoga (Saratoga Springs). Address: Albany, N. Y.


Clergyman, educator; b. Boston, Nov. 21, 1861; grad.
Boston Coll., 1880; took further courses, academic and
ecclesiastical, at Woodstock Coll., Md., and in Europe;
entered Soc. of Jesus; ordained in Roman Catholic
priesthood; was prof, in Georgetown Univ.; v.-p. Bos-
ton Coll.; v.-p. until 1900 and pres., 1900-1908, Coll. of
St. Francis Xavier, N. Y. City; now rector of Church
of St. Ignatius Loyola and prin. of Loyola Sch. Ad-
dress: 980 Park Av, N. Y. City.


Newspaper prop'r, publicist; b. San Francisco, Cal.,
1863; s. George (U. S. Senator) and Phoebe (Apperson)
Hearst; ed. public schs. of San Francisco and Harvard
Univ.; m. N. Y. City, April 2S, 1903, Millicent, d. George
H. Willson. Became editor and prop'r San Francisco
Examiner in 1886; in 1895 purchased and became editor
of N. Y. Journal, and in 1896 established N. Y. Evening
Journal; founded the Chicago American, 1900; Chicago
Examiner in 1902; in 1902 changed name of morning
issue of N. Y. Journal to N. Y. American; also pub-
lishes Los Angeles (Cal.) Examiner, Boston Am., At-
lanta Georgian and Deutsches Journal of N. Y. Inter-
ested in publication of monthly magazines, including
Cosmopolitan, Motor, Hearst's Magazine, Good House-
keeping, Motor Boating and Harper's Bazaar. Pres.
Nat. Ass'n of Democratic Clubs; elected as Democrat to
5Sth and re-elected to 59th Congress, from 11th N. Y.
Dist.; candidate for Mayor of N. Y. City on municipal
ownership ticket, 1905; defeated by George B. McClel-
lan; nominee of Independence League and Democratic
party for Gov. of N. Y., 1906, but defeated. Active in

legislation, litigation and other efforts to curb the
power of corporate combination. Inaugurated early
and effective relief measures at times of disaster at
Galveston and San Francisco. Address: 137 Riverside
Drive, N. Y. City.


Lawyer, mg'r; b. Bonus, 111., March 8, 1863; s. Clark-
son W. and Cynthia A. (Stevenson) Heath; grad. State
Normal Univ. at Normal, 111., 18S4; Union Coll.. LL.B.,
1S86; m. Hudson, 111., 1888, Mary E. Hubbard; children:
Horton Hubbard, b. 1SS9; Paul Silas, b. 1892; Evelyn
Agnes, b. 1896; William Thomas, b. 1898; Clark Wright,
b. 1900. Practised law in Chicago, 1888-1899, with
Larkin Co., since April, 1899. V.-p. and dir. Larkin Co.
and its subsidiary corp'ns, Buffalo Leather Co.. Buffalo
Pottery, Greensburg Glass Co. Progressive; Presby'n.
Sup't Bible Sch. of 1,000 mems. many years. Recre-
ations: Horses. Owner of Eagle Bay Farm, Silver
Creek, N. Y. Address: 680 Seneca St., Buffalo, N. Y.


Artist, author; b. Philadelphia, April 28, 1844; s. Au-
gustus and Rosabella (Crean) Heaton; ed. Ecole des
Beaux Arts, Paris; was the first American to enter
(1863) under Ca'banel, and studied later under Bonnat;
m. N. Y. City, Dec. 24, 1874, Adelaide Greswold; chil-
dren: Augustus, b. 1S75; Henry, b. 1877; Perry, b. 1884.
Exhibited in Paris Salon, 1879, 1880, 1882, 1883, and in
Rome. His painting, The Recall of Columbus, was
bought in 1883 for the U. S. Capitol; received medal
for it in Chicago, 1893. Others of his notable pictures
are: Washington at Fort Duquesne (Union League,
Philadelphia), Bishop Bowman (Cornell Coll., Iowa);
Promoters of the New Library of Congress; Tulane and
Gibson group (Tulane Univ., New Orleans); portrait
of Miss Winnie Davis; Baron Steuben at Valley Forge,
1777, exhibited at the Jamestown Exp'n, 1907, a print,
being received with kindest appreciation by the Em-
peror William II. Asso. Pa. Acad, of Fine Arts. Pres.
Philadelphia Sketch Club in 1867; sec. of Pen and Pen-
cil Club, Paris. 1864; pres., 1888 of Am. Numismatic
Ass'n; sec. Literary Soc. of Washington, 1886; v.-p.
Washington Soc. of Artists, and long a mem. of Metro-
politan Club of Washington. Mem. Nat. Geographic
Soc, Am. Archasol. Soc, Sons of Revolution, S. A. R. ;
life mem. Pa. Hist. Soc. Am. Numismatic Soc. Has
been an extensive traveller in Europe and N. Am. Con-
tinent. In Nov., 1863, was the bearer of complimentary
documents from Union League of Philadelphia to John
Bright and Richard Coibden in Eng. ; was presented at
Italian Court to Queen Marguerite In 1882. Author:
The Heart of David, 1900; Fancies and Thoughts in
Verse, 1904, which was praised by the late John Hay.
Republican; Episcopalian. Clubs: Cosmos (Washing-
ton), Lotos, Salmagundi, N. Y. Numismatic (pres.) (N.
Y. City), Authors' (London). Address: Carnegie Hall,
N. Y. City.


Broker; b. Safem, O. ; s. Jacob and Elizabeth P.
(Weaver) Heaton; ed. public sch, Salem, O. ; Phillips
Acad., Andover, Mass., 1861-1864; m. Salem, P., Sarah
A. Wilson; children: Mrs. Maud Heaton Steese, William
Wilson. With Third Nat. Bank, Cincinnati, O., 1865;
Moury, Keys & Bend, bankers and brokers, 1866-1867;
partner in A. L. Moury & Co. until 1871; partner in
R. J. Capron & Co., 1871-1873; Day & Heaton since
1873. Mem. N. Y. Stock Exchange since Jan. 20, 1871
(mem. Governing Com. since 1892; mem. Com. on Stock
List since 1897, chm'n since 1906); mem. Metropolitan
Museum of Art, N. Y. Nursery and Child's Hosp., chm'n
Finance and Audit Com. of N. Y. Nursery and Child's
Hosp. Clubs: Metropolitan, Union League, Southside
Sportsman's, Automobile. Residence: Mamaroneck, N.Y.
Address: 80 Broadway, N. Y. City.


Sec. State B'd of Charities; b. N. Y. City, Oct. 31, 1857;
s. Gilbert C. and Isabella (Lennox) Hebberd; ed. Gram-
mar Sch. 37, N. Y. City, and Mynderse Acad., Seneca
Falls, N. Y.; m. Seneca Falls, Nov. 29, 1882, Harriet Met-
calf. Began charitable work as visitor N. Y. Ass'n for
Improving the Condition of the Poor; connected with
Charity Org'n Soc, City of N. Y., 1882-1890; was its
sup't when appt'd sec. State B'd Charities of N. Y., Oct.
15, 1896, remaining until Jan. 1, 1906; re-appt'd 1910-
1913; Comm'r Public Charities City of N. Y., 1906-1910;
pres. 1st N. Y. City Conf. Charities and Correction,
1910; pres. Am. Ass'n of Officials of Charity & Correc-
tion, 1913; pres Capital Dist. Con, Charities and Cor-
rection, 1914; pres. 5th N. Y. State Conf. Charities and
Correction, 1904. Compiler Charity Legislation in N.
Y., 1609-1900 (published by the State B'd of Charities),
Independent; Presby'n. Mem. Nat. Conf. Charities and
Correction. N. Y. State Conf. Charities, Masonic Order
(K. T Scottish Rite, 32). Lecturer in extension course
State B'd of Charities. Club: City. Address: 287
Fourth Av., N. Y. City.




Capitalist, miner, mf'r; b. Hamburg, Germany, Aug.
26, 1848; s. G. M. and Antoinette (Brautigam) Heek-
aeher; ed. Weinheim, Hamburg, Germany; Neuchatel,
Switzerland; m. PottsviUe, Pa., Oct. 13, 1881. Anna P.
Atkins; children: G. Maurice, b. 1884, Antoinette, b.
1S88. Engaged in mining anthracite in Pa., 1868-1884;
zinc mining and mfg., 1881-1904; v.-p. Am. La France
Fire Ins. Co.; dir. Bank of Huntington; v.-p. and dir.
Eastern Steel Co.; dir. and mem. exec. com. New Jer-
sey Zinc Co., Central Foundry Co.; dir. Empire Zinc
Co., Central Iron and Coal Co. Republican. Mem.
Am. Inst. Mining Eng'rs; trustee N. Y. Orthopaedic
Hosp. Clubs: Union, Midday, Deutscher Verein, N. Y.
Yacht N Y. Athletic, Seawanhaka-Corinthian, Riding
and Driving, Rittenhouse (Phila.) Addresses: Hunt-
ington, L. I., N. Y., and 576 Fifth Av., N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Elizabeth, N. J., May 10, 1862; s. Job
Clark and Elizabeth Wood (Elmer) Hedges; grad.
Princeton, A.B.. 1884, A.M., 1887, Columbia Law Sch.,
LL.B., 1886; unmarried. Engaged in practice of law,
N Y. City, 1886; sec. to Mayor Strong, 1895-1897; city
magistrate May-Dec, 1897; deputy att'y gen., State
of N. Y., 1900; U. S. Comm'r of Internat. Fisheries
Comm'n, 1912. Republican. Mem. N. Y. State Bar
Ass'n, Ass'n Bar City of N. Y., Sons of Veterans,
S A R. Clubs: Union League, University, Princeton,
Lawyers, Republican. Address: 165 Broadway, N. Y.


Capitalist; b. Maidstone, Kent, Eng., 1864; s. James
Hedley; g.-granduncle designed and built original
locomotive traction engine, 1913; ed. common schs.
Learned machinists' trade at Maidstone; same to U. S.,
1882, employed in Jersey City shops of the Erie R. R.,
later N. Y. Central & Hudson River R. R. Became ma-
chinist with Manhattan Elevated R'y, N. Y., and 1885
became ass't gen. foreman locomotive dep't; app't
master mechanic of Kings Co. Elevated R. R., Brook-
lyn; resigned 1893 to become gen. sup't of motive
power and rolling stock for Lake St. Elevated R. R.,
Chicago; shortly after app't gen. sup't of Lake St.
Elevated R. R. Went to Chicago 2 years later, and
appt'd consulting eng'r by late Charles T. Yerkes, and
was gen. sup't of force which he organized. Appt'd
gen. sup't Interborough Rapid Transit Co., 1903, and
gen. mg'r, 1904; elected v.-p. and gen. mg'r, 1908, hav-
ing charge of all elevated and subway lines in Man-
hattan, Bronx, and partly Brooklyn. Also v.-p. and
gen mg'r N. Y R'ys; v.-p. Subway Construction Co.,
mg'r for trustees of N. Y. & Long Island R. R. Pres.
N. Y. Electric R'y Ass'n. Clubs: Engineers, Western
Railroad, N. Y. Railroad (pres. 1911). Address: 165
Broadway, N. Y. City.


Horticulturist; b. Benton County, Iowa, Jan. 15,
1870; s. Benjamin Franklin and Mary Catharine
(Myers) Hedrick; grad. Mich. Agr'l Coll., B.S.. 1893;
M.S., 1895, and D. Sc. Hobart Coll., 1913; m. Corvallis,
Ore., June 23, 1898, Amy Willis Plummer; children:
Catharine Layton, b. 1899; Penelope Rodney, b. 1907;
Ulysses Prentiss, Jr., b. 1909. Instr. horticulture, Mich.
Agr'l Coll., 1893-1895; prof, horticulture and botany,
Oregon Agr'l Coll. Corvallis, Ore., 1895-1897; prof,
horticulture and botany, Utah Agr'l Coll.. 1897-1899,
Logan, Utah; prof, horticulture Mich. Agr'l Coll.,
1899-1905; Horticulturist of N. Y. Agr'l Exp t Sta.
since 1905. Progressive; Episcopa-ian. Mem. A.A.A.b.,
Am Pomol. Soc, Soc. of Horticultural Science, Soc.
for Promotion of Agr'l Science. Mason. Residence:
659 Castle St. Address: N. Y. Agr'l Exp't Sta., Geneva,
N. Y.


Lawyer; b. Hillsdale Co., Mich., Dec. 17, 1852; s.
Rev. Harrison and Rebecca A. (Van Denbergh) Heer-
mance; ed De Garrao Classical Inst., Rhinebeck, N. Y. ;
m. Rhinebeck, N. Y., April 27, 1881, Nina Radcliffe; one
son: Radcliffe, b. April 18, 1882. Supervisor Town of
Rhinebeck, N. Y., 1881-1882; dist. att'y Dutchess Co.,
1889-1892; chm'n State B'd Tax Comm'rs State of
N. Y., 1896-1900. Mem. Am. Bar Ass'n. N. Y. State Bar
Ass'n, Holland Soc; past master Rhinebeck Lodge F.
and A. M. Residence: 60 Montgomery St. Address:
56 Market St., Poughkeepsie, N. Y.


Banker; b. Palatine Bridge, N. Y., Jan. 24, 1862; m.
Oct. 12, 1887. Adela S. Moore, of Detroit, Mich. En-
tered Nat. Mohawk River Bank of Fonda, N. Y., in
1881, and has teen its pres. since 1897: pres. Fonda,
Johnstown and Gloversville R. R. Co. since 1897.
Deputv State Treas., 1894-1S99. Address: Fonda, N. Y.


Real estate operator, State Senator; b. Sept. 21, 1875;
s. Patrick and Maria Hefferman; grad. public and
high schs.; ed. Poly. Inst., courses in eng'ring. Served
as alderman, deputy county clerk; mem. Finance Com.;
chm'n Salaries and Office Com., and mem. Railroad
Com. Elected to State Senate 1912; chm'n Com. on
Public Printing; mem. Corns, on Taxation and Re-
trenchment, Miscellaneous Corp'ns. Banks and Canals.
Democrat. Mem. Knights of Columbus, Royal Arca-
num, Elks, Catholic Knights of America, Ancient Or-
der Hibernians, S. Brooklyn B'd of Trade, Court-Ham-
ilton B'd of Trade, S. Brooklyn Business Men's League,
and other social org'ns; exec. mem. 7th Assembly Dist.
Democratic Org'n. Club: Kings County Democratic
(life mem.). Address: Senate Chambers, Albany, N. Y.


Pres. Metropolitan Life Ins. Co.; b. Brooklyn, N. Y.,
Apr. 18, 1844; s. John G. and Charlotte O. Hegeman;
ed. in public and poly, schools of N. Y. City; m. Brook-
lyn, October 26, 1870, Evelyn Lyon; one son: John R.
Hegeman, Jr. Employed in mercantile pursuits and
as clerk in a N. Y. bank, 1860-1866; in service of Man-
hattan Life Ins. Co. as accountant, 1866-1870; sec.
Metropolitan Life Ins. Co., June, 1870; v.-p. Oct., 1870,
and since Oct., 1891, pres. of the company. Trustee
Hamilton Trust Co., Union Dime Savings Bank; dir.
Met. Life Ins. Co, Met. Bank, Nat. Surety Co., Victor
Chemical Works. Residence: Mamaroneck, N. Y. Ad-
dress: 1 Madison Av., N. Y. City.


Banker, stock broker: b. N. Y., Nov. 17, 1851; ed.
grammar schs. and Ur.iv. of Zurich, in Switzerland:
m. 1879, Miss Picard. In 1876 was instrumental in es-
tablishing firm of Heidelbach, Ickelheimer & Co. Ad-
dress: 49 Wall St., N. Y. City.


Wholesale coal merchant; b. PottsviUe, Pa.; s. Mar-
cus G. and Svlvina Mallery (Butler) Heilner; fe.-g. s.
of Col Zebulon Butler who was in command of the
American forces at the ibatcle and massacre of Wyom-
ing. July 3, 1778, and served as commanding officer
of different Conn, regiments from the beginning antil
the end of the Revolution; ed. in private schools.
Elizabeth, N. J. Entered firm of Heilner & Son, whole-
sale coal merchants, N. Y. City, in 1890; now pres.
Heilner & Son, incorporated. Served as 1st lieut. Co.
D, 8th Reg't, N.G.N.Y., 1887-1892; resigned 1892;
lieut.-col. 108th Reg't N. G. N. Y., 1898-1899. Repub-
lican; Episcopalian. Mem. Sons of the Revolution.
Soc. Colonial Wars, Alliance Francaise. Clubs: Union
League, Ardsley. Residence: 114 E. 61st St., N. Y.
City. Address: 1 Broadway, N. Y. City.


Capitalist, lawyer, banker; b. Brooklyn, N. Y., Dec.
18, 1864; s. S. Otto and Lida M. (Lacey) Heinze; de-
scended, on father's side through 9 generations of
Lutheran ministers, from Gasper Aquila (b. 1488, died
1560), who was the first Protestant bishop of Saal-
feld and assisted Martin Luther in translating the
Bible into German; on mother's side related to Lacey,
Marsh and Silliman families of Conn.; ed. in Germany;
grad. Columbia Sch. of Art; studied laiw at Leipslg and
Heidelberg, Germany, at both of which univs. his
uncles were professors; grad. Columbia Law Sch., 1888;
m. 1899, Ruth Meiklejohn, d. John Noyes, one of pio-
neers of Montana. Admitted to N. Y. Bar, 1889; be-
gan practice in office of Chas. K. Hill, but soon after
settling estate of father, Otto Heinze, a wholesale
drygoods merchant of N. Y.. joined younger brother,
F. Augustus, in copper mining enterprises in Montana,
founding Montana Ore Purchasing Co.; together and
subsequently two brothers, with a third brother, Otto
C branched out into British Columbia, building a
smelter and a railroad there in wilderness; sold these
interests to Canadian Pacific when their mining titles
in Butte were attacked by Boston Copper Range Co.
This fight gradually developed into most gigantic legal
battle in history of mining litigation in U. S., Arthur
acting as advisory counsel in litigation, which com-

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