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and Ellen Elizabeth (Rice) McPhail; ed. Sydney Acad,
and Dalhousie Coll., Nova Scotia, Medico-Chirurg. Coll.,
Philadelphia, 1896; post-grad, work in London, and
Berlin; m. Purdy's, Westchester County, N. Y., Oct. 16,
1901, Mary Purdy Vail. Engaged in practice after
serving two years in Boston City Hosp.; specialist in
diseases of the eye, ear and throat. Attending physi-
cian at Manhattan Eye and Ear Hosp., N. Y. Eye and
Ear Infirmary, Opthal. surgeon North Eastern Dis-
pensary; mem. N. Y. County and State Med. Soc, Phy-
sicians Mutual Aid Soc, Am. Med. Ass'n, Mackenzie
Order of Scottish Clans, and N. Y. Scottish High-
landers, N. Y. Scottish Soc CPres. Canadian Mining and
Developing Co., Ltd., of Nova Scotia, Canada; dir.
Sydenham Corp'n (N. Y. City). Independent in poli-
tics; Presby'n. Recreation: Breeder of black and silver
foxes at his farm in Cape Breton. Clubs: British
Schools, University. Summer Home: Purdy's, N. Y.
Address: 616 Madison Av., N. Y. City.


Physician; b. Brooklyn; s. Leonard C. and Caroline
E. (Speir) McPhail; ed. in schools of Brooklyn; grad.
N. Y. Univ. Med. Dep't, M. D., 1876; since then practis-
ing in Brooklyn: Club: Crescent. Residence: "The
Sunbeam," Midvale, N. J. Address: 161 Hicks St.,
Brooklyn, N. Y.

Mcpherson, ross

Surgeon; b. Cambridge, Mass., May 31, 1876; s. Ewen
Ross and Esther Elizabeth (Ball) MePherson; ed.
Browne and Nicholls Sch., Cambridge, Mass.; Harvard
Univ., A.B., 1898; Harvard Med. Sch., M.D., 1902; m.
Darien, Conn., Oct. 1, 1907, Virginia Wisschusen.
House surgeon to Carney Hosp., Boston; house sur-
geon N. Y. Lying-in Hosp. Established practice in N.
Y. City, 1904, and since that time has devoted most of
time to specialty of obstetrics and gynecology. At-
tending surgeon N. Y. Lying-in Hosp.. consulting ob-
stretrician United Port Chester Hosp.; Pres. N. Y. Chap-
ter Alpha Mu Pi Omega fraternity; Harvard Med.
Soc; mem. Am. Ass'n of Obstetricians & Gynecolo-
gists; Mass. Med. Soc; N. Y. State and County Soc;
chm'n section of Obstetrics and Gynecology; N. Y.
; State Soc, 1913-1914; mem. Am. Med. Ass'n and num-
erous local socs. Author of many articles on obstetri-
cal subjects. Recreations: Motoring, farming, travel-
ling. Clubs: Harvard, Players (N. Y.). Address (sum-
mer): "Cluny," Shoreham, L. I. (winter): 20 W. 50th
St., N. Y. City.

Mcpherson, william l.

Journalist; b. Gettysburg, Pa., May 23, 1865; s.
Edward and Annie (Crawford) MePherson; grad. Pa.
Coll., Gettysburg. Pa., A.B., 1883, Harvard, A.B., 1884,
A.M., 1885. On staff N. Y. Tribune, 1885-1902, and since
July, 1903; correspondent in Washington, 1889-1902; in
Cuba, 1899; editorial writer, Washington Times, 1902-
1903; editorial writer, N Y. Tribune since 1903; editor
The Tribune Almanac. Mem. Sigma Chi fraternity.
Clubs: Metropolitan, Chevy Chase (Washington), Calu-
met. Harvard (N. Y. City). Address: 154 Nassau St.,
N. Y. City. ,


Lawyer; b. Webster, Mass., Oct. 3, 1865: s. Peter
'and Ellen Sophronia (Carney) McQuaid; grad. Yale,
B.A., (valedictorian), 1889, Yale Law Sch., B.L., 1S92.
Admitted to bar. 1S93. Democrat; mem. Tammany

Soc. Roman Catholic. Mem. Ass'n Bar City of N.
Y.; S. A. R. Clubs: Yale, N. Y. Athletic. Address: 154
Nassau St., N. Y. City.


Att'y gen. of U. S.; b. Elkton, Ky., Feb. 3, 1862; s.
Dr. John O and Ellen (Reeves) McReynolds; grad
Vanderbilt Univ., B.S., 1882; Law Dep't., Univ. of Va.,
1884; unmarried. Engaged in private practise Nash-
ville, Tenn., many years; prof, in law sch., Vander-
bilt Univ., 1900-1903; ass't att'y gen. U. S., 1903-1907:
thereafter removed to N. Y. and was long specially
retained by U. S. in matters relating to enforcement
anti-trust laws, specially in proceedings against to-
bacco trust and combination of anthracite coal rail-
roads and others; appt'd att'y gen. of U. S. by Pres.
Wilson March 6, 1913. Mem. Ass'n Bar City of N.
Y., Am. Bar Ass'n. Clubs: Lawyers (N. Y.), Man-
hattan (Washington), Hermitage (Nashville, Tenn.).
Residence: Washington, D. C.


Banker; b. Malta Bend. Mo., Dec. 20, I860; s. Alex-
ander H. and Ellen (Sisk) MeRoberts; grad. Baker
Univ., A.B., 1891, A.M.; Univ. of Mich., LL.B., 1893; m.
1st, 1895, Mary Agnes Caldwell (died 1904); 2nd, 1906,
Harriet P. Skinner. Engaged in practise 2 years; in
legal dep't Armour & Co., 5 years, later transferred
to financial dep't; treas. 1904-1909; v.-p. Nat. City
Bank since 1909. Pres. and dir. Allied Machinery Co.
of America; dir. Nat. Surety Co., Chicago, Milwaukee
& St. Paul Ry. Co., Am. Sugar Refining Co., Federal
Light & Traction Co., Armour & Co., Kansas City
Southern R'y Co., Baldwin Locomotive Works, Cum-
berland & Pa. R. R. Co., Republic R'y & Light Co.,
Northwestern Elevated R R. Co., Nat. City Co.,
Federal Utilities, Inc. Mem. Kappa Sigma fraternity.
Trustee Baker Univ., Northwestern Univ. Clubs: Met-
ropolitan, Union League, Garden City Golf, Sleepy
Hollow Country, Chicago, University, Recess, Nat'l
Golf Links of America, Apawamis. Residence: 32 E.
64th St. Address: 55 Wall St., N. Y. City.


Author, editor; b. Knoxville, Tenn., May 13, 1S74;
s. Walker L. and Margaret (Porter) McSpadden; grad.
Univ. of Tenn., A.B., 1897; m. Binghamton, N. Y., Dec.
16, 1902, Inez McCrary; one son: Chester Ford. Au-
thor: Shakespearian Synopsis; Synopsis of Dickens'
Novels; Stories of Robin Hood; Stories from Wagner;
Stories from Dickens; Stories from Chaucer; Famous
Painters of America (all Crowell); Editor American
Statesman's Year Book, (McBride). Mem. Phi Gamma
Delta fraternity, Tenn. Soc. Residence: 137 Grove St.,
Montclair, N. J. Address: 31 E. 17th St., N. Y. City.


Ranker; b. Dixon, 111.; s. William J. and Sarah
Moore (Strain) McVay; ed. Dixon High Sch., Bryant
& Stratton's Business Coll.; m. Princeton, 111., March
12, 1889, Kate Bryant, grand niece of William Cullen
Bryant; children: Laura E., Helene S., Silence K.,
Frances A., William Bryant. Sec. Security Loan &
Trust Co., several years until merged into Union Bank
of Savings, of which was one of organizers and
cashier; business consolidated with German Am. Sav-
ings Bank, 1906, and has since served as v.-p. and dir.
Progressive P.epublican; Presby'n. Trustee Whittier
State Sch., Occidental Coll., dir. Y. M. C. A., San
Francisco Theol. Sem., Union Rescue Mission, elder
Immanuel Presby'n Ch. Recreation: Automobiling.
Clubs: California, Athletic, University. Residence:
1190 W. 29th St. Address: Care of German-Am.
Trust & Savings Bank, Los Angeles, Calif.


Educator; b. Brockfort, N. Y., s. Malcolm and Isa-
bella Mac Vicar; grad. Toronto Univ., Rochester Univ.,
A.B., A.M.; m. Montclair, N. J., June, 1890, Harriet E.
Ames; children: Donald G., Hervey A., Kathryn.
Headmaster and founder Montclair Acad, for Boys,
since 1887. Recreation: Golf. Clubs: Montclair,
Montclair Golf. Machinery, Alpha Delta Phi. Resi-
dence: 20 Lloyd RDad. Address: 2 Walden PI., Mont-
clair, N. J.


Surgeon; b. Brooklyn, N. Y., 1870; s. D. W. and
Helen (Marquand) McWilliams; grad. Brooklyn Poly.
Inst.; Princeton Univ., A. B., 1S92, A.M., 1895; Coll.
Phys. and Surg., Columbia Univ., 1S95. Acted- as
assf surgeon on U. S. Army hosp. ship Relief, during
Spanish-Am. War. Resident surgeon, Presby'n Hosp.,
X. Y. City, 1895-1897. Instr. in surgery. Coll. Phys.
and Surg. Columbia Univ.; ass't visiting surgeon,
Presby'n Hosp.: surgeon to Trinity Hosp.. and chief
surg. clinic, Out-Patient Dep't, Presby'n Hosp.; mem.
Alumni Ass'ns of Sloane Maternity Hosp. and of
Presby'n Hosp.: mem. N. Y. Acad, of Medicine, Med.



Soc. Greater City of N. Y., .Lenox Med. Soc, County
Med. Soc, Hosp. Graduates' Club, N. Y. Sure. Soc, Am.
Med. Ass'n. Clubs: University, Princeton (N. Y. City),
Nassau (Princeton, N. J.). Address: 32 E. 53d St.,
N. Y. City.


Banker, lumber dealer; b. Hudson, N. Y., Dec 23,
1S40; s. Hiram and Ann (Hall) Macy; ed. public sch.
and Hudson Acad.; m. Greenport, N. Y., Oct. 11, 1865,
Sarah Ann Van Denson; one daughter. Served an ap-
prenticeship with Morgan Iron Works as mech. eng'r
1S5S-1862; pres. First Nat. Bank of Hudson, v. -p.
Gold Coin Stone Co., Troy. Republican; mem. Dutch
Reformed Ch. Mason. Residence: 103 N. 5th St.
Address: 550 Union St., Hudson, N. Y.


Physician, psychiatrist neurologist; b. N. Y. City,
d. Charles Alexander Macy, Jr., and Clara Barrett
(Sutton) Macy; ed. N. Y. City private schools and
Stamford (Conn.) Preparatory Sch. N. Y. Med. Coll.
and Hosp. for Women, Univ. of State of N. Y.,
Teachers Coll., Columbia Univ., School of Pedagogy,
N. Y. Uiiil'v., Yale Univ. Summer School; post-grad,
study in Vienna, Austria, Zurich, Switzerland, and
London, England. Examiner in lunacy. State of N. 1.
Traveled widely in 1904, 1907 and l'JOS to study prob-
lems of education of mentally defective and back-
ward individuals, both children and adults, on Conti-
nent of Europe and in England, and also in America.
Lecturer in physiology, 1906-1907, lecturer in physi-
ology and hygiene, 1907-1909, N. Y. -Vied. Coll. and
Hosp. for Women; sec. faculty of same college, 1907-
190S, and reappt'd for 1908-1909, but resigned as sec.
in July, 1908. .Lecturer on mentally and physically
defective children and their education for N. Y. City
Teachers' Ass'n, 1907-1909. Lecturer on Physiology
and Pathology of Defectives, School of Pedagogy, N.
Y. Univ. winter and summer schools, 1908-1911. Med.
examiner Manhattan Trade Sch. for Girls; ass't med.
exa.niner Vale Univ. Summer School, 1900; physician
for women and children and director Sunshine Mis-
sion. Sec. Public Health Ed'n Com., Med. Soc. of
County of N. Y. 1909-1913; chm'n sub-corn, on Litera-
ture, Public Health Ed'n Com., of Am., Med. Ass'n,
1903; neurologist, JJemilt Dispensary, 1913; chm'n Public
Health Com. Woman's Med. Soc. of N. Y. State. Mem.
Marble Collegiate Dutch Reformed Ch. Mem. Alumnae
Ass'n N. Y. Med. Coll. and Hosp. for Women, Am. Med.
Ass'n, N. Y. Acad, of Medicine, Med. Soc. State of N.
Y., Med. Soc. County of N. Y. Woman's Med. Soc. of
N. Y. State, 15th Internat. Congress on Hygiene and
Demography, N. Y. Physicians' Mutual Aid Ass'n,
Soc. of Moral and Sanitary Prophylaxis, 2nd, 3rd and
4th Internat. Congress on Sch. Hygiene, Nat. Ass'l
for Feeble-Mlnded (England), Am. Hygiene Ass'n.
Am. Nat. Red Cross Soc; life mem. Museum of
Natural History, N. Y. City. Address: 101 W. 30th St.,
N. Y. Oity.


Lithographer, printer; b. N. Y. City, Oct. 2, 1869; s.
F. H., Jr., and Mary (Nelson) Macy; ed. Stevens Inst.
Technology, and Cornell, M. E., 1894; m. 1st, Katherine
J. Burehell; 2d, Edith Virginia Brander Matthews;
children: Frances H., b. 1904; Nelson, Jr., b. March 12,
1910. Engaged in 'business as lithographer and printer,
N. Y. City. Pres. Corlies. Macy & Co., The Deutz Lith-
ographing & Engraving Co. Served as ass't eng'r,
U. S. Navy, and Spanish War in Cuba, and on U. S.
ship Topeka; awarded Santiago medal. Mem. Chi. Phi
fraternity. Recreations: Automobiling, farming, ten-
nis, yachting, golfing. Clubs: Fulton, Players, N. Y.
Yacht, American Yacht, Greenwich Field. Apawamis.
Address: 441 Pearl St., N. Y. City.


Philanthropist; b. N. Y. City, March 23, 1871; s. Jo-
siah, Jr., and Caroline (Everit) Macy; grad. Dep't
Architecture, Columbia Coll., 1893; m. Feb., 1896, Edith
W. Carpenter; children: Valentine E., Josiah, Editha.
Has never practised profession, but devotes time
largely to public-spirited, educational and charitable
work. Dir. Mechanics' and Metals Nat. Bank, Bank
of Long Island, Union Trust Co., Provident Loan Soc,
Citv & Suburban Homes Co., Manufacturers' Commer-
cial Co., Queensboro Gas & Electric Co.; treas. Nat.
Child Labor Com. Trustee Teachers' Coll., Univ. Set-
tlement Soc, Council Syrian Protestant Coll., George
Junior Republic; treas. People's Inst.: mem. Exec.
Com. Nat. Civic Federation; v.-p. N. Y. State Child
Labor Com. Clubs: Century, University, St. Anthony,
Columbia University, City. Address: 68 Broad St.,
N. Y. City.

Jurist; admitted to bar and was engaged in practise
of law in Brooklyn and N. Y. City until Nov., 1896,

when elected to present position as Justice of the
Supreme Court f N. Y., for term expiring Dec 31,
1910; re-elected for term expiring 1923. Address: 87
Bainbridge St., Brooklyn, N. Y.


Railroad official; b. Watklns, N. Y., Dec 2, 1867;
s. George J. and Emma b. (Stothoff) Magee; ed. Law-
renceville sch.. N. J.; m. Elmlra, N. Y., Nov. 4, 1891,
Florence W. Seely. Pres. Fall Brook R'y Co.; dir.
Syracuse, Geneva & Corning R'y Co., Chester Creek
Land & (Improvement Co., Pine Creek R'y Co., Phila.
& Reading Dock & Terminal Co., Kean, Van Cortlandt
& Co. Aide de camp on staff of Gov. Flower. Clubs:
Automobile of America, Union, Turf and Field, Mid-
day Lunch, Racquet and Tennis (N. Y.), Jekyl Island
(Ga.), Travellers', Currituck Shooting, Cercle de Bois
de Boulogne (Paris). Residence: Corning, N. Y. Ad-
dress, 13 W. 37th St., N. Y. City.


Architect; b. Bergen Heights, N. J., Oct. 17, 1867;
s. John Henry and Catherine Celestine (Devlin) Ma-
gonigle; ed. in public sens.; m. N. Y. City, 1900, Edith
Marion Dav. Studied in offices of Vaux & Radford,
Charles C. 'Haight, McKim, Mead & White, Rotch &
Tilden; awarded gold medal by Architectural League
of N. Y., 1891; Rotch traveling scholarship, 1894-1896;
won competitions for Cornell Alumni Hall, Gates Av.
Court House, Robert Fulton Memorial, Nat. Maine
Monument, McKinley Nat. Memorial, etc. Served 1st
lieut. and battalion adj., 109th Reg't N. G. N. Y.
Fellow and dir. Am. Inst. Architects, mem. N. Y. Chap-
ter of same; pres. Ass'n of Alumni of Am. Acad, in
Rome. Address: 101 Park Av., N. Y. City.


Rear Admiral U. S. Navy; b. West Point, N. Y., Sept.
27 1840; s. D. H. Mahan (prof, military eng'ring at
U. S. Mil. Acad.); appt'd from N. Y., cadet at U. S.
Naval Acad., 1856; grad. 1859 (hon. D.C.L, Univ. of.
Oxford, LL.D., Univ. of Cambridge, England, 1894,
Harvard, 1895. Yale, 1897, McGill Univ. Montreal, 1900,
Columbia Univ., 1900). Served on U. S. S. Brazil, 1859-
1861; steamer Pocahontas, S.Atlantic Blockading Squad-
ron, 1861-1862; comm'd lieut. Aug. 31, 1861; at Naval.
Acad., 1862-1863; steam sloop Seminole, Western Gulf
Squadron, 1863-1864; steamer James Adgar, S. Atlantic
Squadron, 1864-1865; com'd Lieut-com'd'r, June 7, I860;
on steamer Muscoota, Gulf Squadron, 1865-1866; steamer
Iroquois, Asiatic Squadron, 1867-186D; commd'g steamer
Aroostook, Asiatic Fleet, 1869; Navy Yard, N. Y., 1870-
1871; steamer Worcester, 1871; comm'd commander, Nov.
20, 1S74; commd'g Wasp, S. Atlantic Station, '1873-18i4;
at Navy Yard, Boston, 1876-1877; Naval Acad., 1877-1880;
Navv Yari.N.Y., 1880-1883: commd'g Wachusett, Pacific
Station, 1883-1885; promoted capt., 1885; Naval War Coll.
1885; pres. Naval War Coll., 1886-1889; pres. of comm n
for selecting site for navy yard on Northwest coast,
1889; sp'l duty, Bureau of Navigation, 1889-1892; pres.
War Coll., 1892-1893; com'd'g Chicago, 1893-1895: retired
upon own application, after 40 years' service Nov 17.
1896; rear admiral retired, June 29, 1906. May 1898,
ordered to dutv at Navy Dep't as mem. of Naval War
B'd; naval delegate to Hague Conference, 1899. Author:
The Influence of Sea Power Upon History, 1660-1873;
Influence of Sea Power Upon the French Revolution
and Empire, 1793-1812; Life of Admiral Farragut; Life
of Nelson; Sea Power in Its Relations to War 01 lSiA
and of other minor works 'bearing on political history
as affected by naval and commercial power. Address:
Quogue, L. I.. N. Y.


Lawyer; b. Columbus. O., Dec. 16, 1877; s. Walter A.
and Ella J. (Morgan) Mahony, of distinguished Ver-
mont family; great g. s. Justin Morgan, owner of
famous horse bearing his name, and great g. s. of
Carev Allen, near relative of Ethan Allen, and lineal
descendant of William White, of the Mayflower; ed.
in various places, from Minnesota to Florida, until
final two years at Amherst Coll., where grad. A.B
cum laude; at age of 20 managed college weekly and
dramatic cluto with success; grad. N. Y. Univ. Law
Sch.. LL.B. Admitted to bar. State of N. Y., 1903; m,
Paterson, N. J., Fet>. 17. 1909. Mary Murray Butler;
children: Janet Morgan, b Jan. 11, 1910; Mary Murray,
b. Sept. 24, 1911. Traveled extensively throughout Can-
ada, U. S. A., and West Indies; abroad three times;
around the world in 1907. Was for several years as-
sociated with Emerson McMillin & Co. as officer and
dir. in numerous gas, electric light and street r'y
properties; mem. firm. Durand, Mahony & Kreischer.
Republican; Congregationalism Recreations: Tennis,
automobiling. Mem Ohio Soc, Amherst Ass'n, Am.
Automobile Ass'n. Delta Kappa Epsilon Ass'n, Am.
Geog. Soc, Am. Econ. Ass'n; mem. B'd Mg'rs N. Y.



Bible Soc. Clubs: University, N. Y. Athletic, Sleepy
Hollow Country, Phi Delta .Phi. Residence: ScaTbor-
oug-h, N. T. Address: 20 Nassau St., N. Y. City

Composer, compiler of music; b. Ridgefield, Conn.,
Aug-. 17, 1839; s. Sylvester and Susan (Lobdell) .'.iain;
ed. dist. schs.; m. Sept. 20, 1865, O. Louise DeGroff;
children: Carrie Virginia, b. 1866; Lucius Clark, b. 1874
Hubert DeGroff, b. 18S4. Treas. Bigelow & Main Co.
Has composed over 600 songs, and has compiled song
collection for church use, for past 45 years. Author-
The Victory, The Coronation, Christian Songs, Temple
Anthems, Winnowed Hymns, Books of Praise, Songs
for Little Folks, Imperial Harmony, Glee Circle, Ster-
ling Gems, The Alleluia, Church Praise Book, Little
Pilgrim Songs, Our Treasury of Song, Hymns of Praise,
Sterling Anthems, New Organ Polio, Select Songs No.
2, Harvest Gems, Gems of Song for the Sunday School,
and many others. Republican; Methodist, Mason.
Club: Clef. Residence: 12 N. 9th St., Newark, N. J.
Address: 205 W. 19th St., N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Brooklyn, N. Y., Jan. 31, 1876; s. William
H. and Ellen A. (Olney) Mairs; grad. Williams Coll.,
B.A., 1898, Columbia Univ. Law School, LL.B., 1901; m.
Grace Church, N. Y. City, Jan. 14, 1905, Eva Eugenie
Ward. Engaged in practice of law in City of N. Y.
since law graduation. Republican; Episcopalian. Mem.
Williams Alumni Ass'n, Delta Kappa Epsilon frater-
nity. Clubs: N. Y. Athletic. Lawyers. Residence: 3
E. 53d St. Address: 55 Broadway, N. Y. City.

Commission merchant and importer; b. Verviers, Bel-
gium, 1856; s. Jules Mali; grad. Univ. of Liege, Bel-
gium, C.E., 1878; m. 1892, Frances Johnston, d. late
John Taylor Johnston; four children. Came to N. Y.
City, 1879, and entered comm'n house founded in 1826
by his uncle Henry W. T. Mali; now senior mem. firm
Henry W. Mali & Co.; v.-p. Dolphin Jute Mill; treas.
Lafayette Worsted Co.; dir. Internat. Banking Corp'n,
etc. Became vice-consul for Belgium, 1889, and consul
in 1S98, an hon. position which has been given to the
senior mem. of the firm of Henrv W. Mali & Co. ever
since 1830, when the kingdom of Belgium was founded.
Mem. Belgian Order of Leopold, Congo Order of the
Crown; dir. Belgian Benevolent Soc- Cluibs: Union,
University. Residence (winter): 8 Fifth Av., N. Y. City;
(summer): Plainfleld, N. J. Address: 25 iMadison Av.,
N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Moscow, Russia, Aug. 1, 1866; s. Andrew
and Leah (Balkin) Malkiel; ed. in gymnasium at Mos-
cow and Tiflis, Russia; took hon. mentions and prizes
in gymnasium; evening high sch., N. Y. City, N Y.
Univ. Law Sch., LL.B., 1896; m. N. Y. Citv, July 7, 1900
Theresa Serber; one d.: Henrietta, b. 1901. Mem. Nat.
Executive Socialist Labor Party, 1894-1898; left it in
1899; joined the Social Dem. Party. 1899; delegate to
city and county conv.; also State conv., 1902-1904, 1906;
has been candidate for att'y gen., justice Supreme
Court and dist. att'y on Socialist Party ticket. Socialist.
Mem. I. O. O. F.. Knights of Maccabees. Recreations:
Photography, fishing, rowing. Address: 116 Nassau
St., N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Zacatecas, Mexico, Oct. S, 1860; s. Gray-
son and Marianita (Cosio) Mallet-Prevost; ed. private
schs.. Philadelphia; grad. Univ. of Pa., B.S., 1881- m
Philadelphia, 1SS7, Virginia Hopkins Johns. Admitted
to Pennsylvania Bar 1885. Has served as sp'l counsel
for Spanish-Am. countries, also for Spain; sec. to
comm'n to boundary line between British Guiana and
Venezuela; sp'l counsel for U. S. in Peralta Land Claim
matter; agent and senior counsel for U. S. in pecuniary
claims arbitration with Great Britain. Mem. law firm
of Curtis. Jlallet-iPrevost & Co. Mem. Ass'n Bar City
of N. Y. Clubs: University, Down Town, Midday Resi-
dence: 969 Park Av. Address: 30 Broad St., N. Y. City.

Asso. Publisher of Butterick Publishing Co.; b. Ma-
lone, N. Y., May 20. 1365; s. M. S. and Martha Elizabeth
(Barry) Mallon; ed. Franklin Acad, and Amherst Coll.;
grad. Amherst, A.B., 1887; m. N. Y. City, 1895, Irene
Stuyvesant Black; one d.: Frances Lippehcott, t>. 1901.
Joined staff of Commercial Advertiser on leaving col-
lege; became a mem. of staff of The Sun, 1S88; ass't
city editor, 1895. and city editor, 1902; resigned Julv 1,
1913, to become asso. publisher of the Butterick Pub-
lishing Co. Mem. Amherst Alumni Ass'n. Phi Beta
Kappa Soc, Psi Upsilon fraternity, Franklin Co. Ass'n
Clubs: Psi Upsilon, Dutch Treat, Athletic (Montclair).
Residence: 236 Upper Mountain Av.. Upper Montclair,
N. J. Address: Butterick Bld'g, Spring and MacDougal
Sts., N. Y. City.


Publisher, lawyer; b. Bridgeport, Conn., Apr. 6, 1870-
s. Col. William H. and Helen Cobb (Wvman) Mallorv:
ed. Trinity Coll.. Hartford, Conn., L.I-I.B., 1892, N. Y.
Univ., LL.B.. 1S96; m. Bridgeport, Conn., 1897, Rosalie
Hillman Waldo; one d.: Rosalind Marshall, b. 1898.
Pres. and dir. The Sherwood Press, Inc. Republican;
Episcopalian. Mem. I. K. A., Phi Delta Phi. Club: N.
Y. Athletic. Address: 434 Lafayette Si., N. Y. City.


Collector of Customs, Port of X. Y.; b. N. Y. City,
June 3, 18S0; s. William C. and Rose (McKenny) Ma-
lone; grad. St. Francis Xavier Coll., 1903; Fordham
Law Sch., 1905; m. N. Y. City, 1908, Mary. d. of U. S.
Senator James A. O'Gorman. Admitted to bar 1907; as-
sociated with law firm of Battle & Marshall, 1907-1909.
City Att'y of N. Y., 1909-1912; appt'd Third Ass't Sec.
of State, April, 1913, and Collector of Customs, Port of
N. Y., by Pres. Wilson, Nov. 10, 1913. Address: Hotel
Knickerbocker, N. Y. City.

Judge Court of General Sessions, N. Y. County; b.
Norwich, Conn., Jan. 9, 1865; s. James and Beatrice
(Donnelly) Malone; grad. Phillips Exeter Acad., Ex-
eter, N. H., 1885; Harvard Coll., A.B., 1889; Harvard
Law Sch., and Villanova Coll, LL.D., 1910: m. N. Y.
City, Sept. 4, 1895, Marv Frances Reillv; children: Lott
F., Nancy, Lenore, James T., Jr., Mollie. Elected
Judge Court of General Sessions for term expiring
1921. Democrat; Roman Catholic. Mem. Ass'n Bar
City of N. Y., N. E. Soc. of N. Y. City. Recreations:
Automobiling, golf. Clubs: University, Harvard, Man-
hattan, Oakland Golf (Bavside, L. I.). Residence: 2080
Fifth Av. Address: Criminal Courts Bld'g, 32 Frank-
lin St., N. Y. City.


Real estate and ins. broker, state senator; ed. pub-
lic schs. and St. Joseph's Coll., Buffalo. Served ap-
prenticeship as eng'r and shipbuilder in David Bell
shipyard. Now engaged in investment real estate
and ins. business. Elected state senator from 48th
senatorial dist. 1912. Democrat. Address: Buf-
falo, N. Y.


Officer U.S.A.; b. Middletown, N. Y., May 8, 1872; s.
John and Anna (Mullen) Malone; grad. St. James'
Sch., N. Y. City, 1889, De La Salle Acad., 1S90; U. S.
Mil. Acad., 1S94; m. June 12, 1895, Gertrude E. Ker-
win of N. Y. City; children: Gertrude E M., b. 1896;
Paul B., b. 1S9S; Mdldred K., b. 1901; A. J. Kerwin,
b. 1904. Cadet U. S. Mil. Acad., 1890-1894; grad. and
promoted to 2d lieut., 13th Inf., June, 1894; served
at Fort Supply, I. T., Sept.-Oct., 1S94; at Fort Niagara,
N. Y., 1S94-1897; at Fort Porter, N. Y., 1897-1898; pro-
moted to 1st lieut. Inf., April, 1897; commissary, 3d
brigade, 1st Div., 5th Army Corps in Cuba; in battle

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