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death of Mr. C. L. Pattison, organized Pattison Nat.
Bank, of which is pres. Democrat; Presby'n. Address:
Elkland, Pa.


Lawyer; b. N. Y. City, April 27, 1871; s. ex-pres.
Francis L. Patton, of Princeton Univ.; grad. Princeton
Univ., A.B., 1893; N. Y. Law Sch., 1895. Practising
law in N. Y. City from 1895; mem. law firm of Patton
& Patton. Residence: 225 West End Av., N. Y Cfty.
Address: 40 Wall St., N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. N. Y. City, Dec. 10, 1868; s. William w.
and Anne (Depew) Paulding; grad. Yale Univ., A.B.,
1889 (honors in English literature); unmarried.
Solicitor N. Y. Central & Hudson R. R. R. Co. Re-
publican. Mem. N. Y. Bar Ass'n; N. Y. State Bar Ass'n;
w ! Chester County Bar Ass'n. Clubs: Transportation,
University, Yale, Ardsley, Republican, Union League,
Metropolitan (Washington. D. C). Address: Ardsley-
on-Hudson, N. Y.


Lawyer; b. Akron, N. Y., Dec. 31, 1857; s. William
L. and Samantha L. (Jackson) Paxon; grad. Clarence
Classical Union Sch., 1876; m. Clarence, N. Y., Nov.,
1884, Jennie R. Van Tine; children: Mabel L., b. 1886;
Roy J., b. 1888; Ethel M., b. 1S90. Admitted to N. Y.
Bar, April, 1880; postmaster at Akron, 1885-1889; pres.
Village of Akron, 2 years; mem. (B'd of Ed'n, several
years, and pres. one year. Mem. law firm Paxon &
Paxon; pres. and dir. Citizens' Telephone Co.; v.-p.
and dir, Akron Mf'g Co.; sec. and dir. Akron Gypsum
Co.; dir. Wickware Nat. Bank. Democrat. Prominent
in Masonic affairs; mem. Ismalin Temple, A. A. O. N.
M. S., and Lake Erie Commandery, K. T., of Buffalo,
Batavia Chapter and Akron Lodge. Address: Akron!
Erie Co., N. Y.


Clergyman; b. Canonsburg, Pa., Sept. 18, 1843; ed.
Jefferson Coll. Pa., until end of junior vear, 1862,
when entered 140th Pa. Vols., in which served as
private and 2d lieut. until war closed; returned to
Jefferson Coll., grad. A.B., 1S66; attended Western
Theol. Sem., Allegheny, Pa. (grad. 1869). Ordained
in Presby'n ministry; pastor Churchville, Md., 1871-
1874; Pine St. Ch., Harrisburg, Pa., 1874-1878; New
York Av. Oh., Washington, D. C, 1878-1882; West Ch..
N. Y. Oity, 1S82-1S93; since then pastor New York
Ch., N. Y. City. Companion Mil. Order Loyal Legion.
Club: Union League. Address: 51 W. 46th St., N. Y


Lawyer; b. Evanston, 111., Dec. 1, 1875; s Gen.
Eugene B. and Adelia T. (Wright) Payne; grad. Yale
Univ., A.B., 1898; Harvard Univ., LL.B., 1901. Ad-
mitted to bar of N. Y. State, 1902, U. S. Circuit and
Dist. Courts, 1904, U. S. Supreme Court, 1909, Bar or
State of Conn., 1913. Entered office of Winthrop &
Stimson on graduation from law sch.; now engaged in
gen. practise, specializing in corp'n law. Connected
with Met. St. R'y Receivership litigation, and water
power litigation in N. E. Organized Marshepaug
Forest, an extensive forest, fish and game preserve
near Litchfield, Conn., 1908. V.-p. Litchfield Land Co.
Conn.; pres. Warren Land Co., Conn. Republican.
Mem. Ass'n Bar City of N. Y., Bar Ass'n Litchfield
County, Conn.; Soc. of Mayflower Descendants, Mil.
Order Loyal Legion. Dir. Greenwich House. Clubs:
Yale, Sanctum (Litchfield, Conn.). Residence (sum-
mer): Litchfield, Conn, (winter): 144 E. 40th. St N.
Y. City. Address: 32 Liberty St., N. Y. Oity.


Lieut.-commander U. S. N.; b. N. Y. App't'd from
N. Y., naval cadet. May 21, 1888; ensign, July 1, 1894;
lieut. (junior grade), March 3, 1S99; lieut. July 23,
1900; Cincinnati, 1894-1895; Newark, 1895-1896; Terror.
1896-1897; St. Louis, 1898; Buffalo, 1898; prize master
of Twickenham, Spanish-Am. War. Commanded
Panay, Arayat, Pampanga and Leite, during Philippine
revolution; Patrol, 1901; Navy Yard, N. Y., Oct, 1901-
U.S.S. Detroit, 1902; U.S.S. Constellation, 1905-1906;
promoted lleut.-comd'r, July 1, 1906; on duty with
Bureau of Navigation. Address: 412 E. Church St.,
Elmira, N. Y.


Mechanical eng'r; b. Ccrning, Steuben Co., N. Y., Oct.
28, 1872; s. Benjamin Nott and Esther Adelia (Rouns-
ville) Payne; ed. Corning, N. Y., and Elmira, N. Y.,
grammar schools Elmira Free Acad., Bryant Hall
Private Sch., Elmira, N. Y.; m. Nov. 14, 1908, Mary
Elizabeth Logan, niece of Gen. John A. Logan iden-
tified with development of isolated electric light and
power plants in America. Pres. Payne Eng'ring Co.
Formerly treas. and councillor Na't. Metal Trades
Ass'n; ex-chm'n of council Engine Builders Ass'n of
U. S. Delegate from N. Y. State to Nat. Reciprocity
Conv., Washington, 1902. Formerly associated with
Manning, Maxwell & Moore. Visited Panama at time
of Pres. Taft's 1st trip to Panama, while Sec. of War,
Dec, 1904; made sp'l investigations of commercial con-
ditions of Panama Canal for Am. mf'rs. Appt'd by
Gov. Hughes as delegate from N. Y. State to Nat. Conv.
for Extension of Foreign Commerce of U. S., held at



Washington, Jan. 14-16, 1907. Delegate from N. Y. to
Conv. of Nat. Council of Commerce, organized by Sec.
of Commerce & Labor Straus, in 1908. Republican.
Junior mem. Am. Soc. Mech. Eng'rs. Club: Engineers.
Address: 30 Church St., N. Y. City.


Capitalist; b. Cleveland, O., 1842; s. U. S. Senator
Henry B. and Mary (Perry) Payne; grad. Yale, A.B.,
1S63; served in Ohio reg't as officer in Civil war. Dir.
Internat. Cigar Machinery Co., 'Internat. Traction Co.,
Internat. R'y Co., Am. Tobacco Co., Havana Tobacco
Co., and numerous other corp'ns. Clubs: Metropoli-
tan, Knickerbocker, University, N. Y. Yacht, Cornell
Univ. (hon. mem.), Manhattan, Riding, Down Town,
Turf and Field, Suburban Riding and Driving, Manu-
facturers (Cleveland). Residence: Thomasville, Ga.
Address: 852 Fifth Av., N. Y. City.


Lawyer; mem. of Congress; b. Hamilton, N. Y., June
26, 1843; s. Hon. William Wallace Payne (farmer,
mem. of N. Y. Legislature, 1858-1859) and Betsy
(Sears) Payne. He removed with his father's family
to the suburbs of Auburn, N. Y., and has since re-
sided in or near Auburn; grad. Univ. of Rochester
in 1S64; LL.D. from Rochester and Colgate Univs;
m. Auburn, N. Y., 1873, Gertrude Knapp; one son,
William Knapp. Admitted to the bar, 1866, and has
since practised law at Auburn; now mem. law firm of
Payne, Payne & Clark. Has held local offices; city clerk,
1868-1871, supervisor, 1871-1872, dist. att'y of Cayuga
County, 1873-1879; mem. B'd of Ed'n, 1S79-1S82; elected
1882 to 48th Congress and has been reelected (with
exception of one term) biennially ever since; app'td
mem. Am. and British Joint High Comm'n, Jan., 1899,
by Pres. MoKinley; was mem, Com. on Ways and
Means, and as one of the majority helped to frame
the tariff measures popularly known as the McKinley
Bill, and the Dingley Bill; ch'mn of Com. on Ways
and Means and leader of the House of Representa-
tives, 1S99-1910. Author: "Payne Tariff Law." Re-
publican; stumped Cayuga County for Abraham Lin-
coln in 1864, when twenty-one years old, and has
been on stump in every gubernatorial and presidential
campaign since, under auspices of State and Nat. Cam-
paign Com.; was mem. of Nat. Rep. Convs. of 1896,
1900, 1904, 1908 and 1912. Address: 131 Genessee St.,
Auburn, N. Y.


Lawyer; h. Auburn, N. Y., June 3, 1874; s. Sereno E.
and Gertrude (Knapp) Payne; grad. Yale Coll., A.B.,
1895, N. Y. Law Sch., 1898; m. Auburn, N. Y., June
S, 1904, Frances McCutcheon Nye. Admitted to bar
at Rochester, N. Y July, 1908, since then practising
law at Auburn, N. Y., and N. Y. City. Clerk of the
Com. on Merchant Marine and Fisheries, U. S. House
of Representatives, 1895-1897; clerk Com. on Ways
and Means, U. S. House of Representatives, 1905-
1909; clerk Joint Senate and House of Representa-
tives Conference Com. on Payne Tariff Bill, 1909;
U. S. Att'y in charge of Custom Cases, 1909-1910; U.
S. Deputy Att'y Gen., 1910-1913. Author: Notes on
Tariff Revision, 1 volume, Wash., 1909; editor. Tariff
Hearings. 14 volumes, Wash., 1909-1910. Republican
Mem. N. Y. State Bar Ass'n, Ass'n Bar City of N. Y.,
N. Y. County Lawyers' Ass'n, Delta Kappa Epsilon
fraternity. Clubs: Yale, Ardsley (N. Y. City), Uni-
versity (Washington D. C), City (Auburn), Owasco
Country. Residence: 901 Lexington Av., N. Y. City.
Address: 26 Exchange Pl N. Y. City.


Lieut.-col. U. S. A.; b. N. Y. City. Feb. 19, 1S63; s.
Francis and Mary Farquhar (DaDney) Payson; ed.
Harrow Sch., England, Harvard Univ.; grad. 1SS4; m.
Washington, Mav 16, 1*196, Mary Isabelle, d. Senator
William M. Stewart, of Nevada; two daughters: Fran-
ces Alice, Mary Dabney Stewart. Capt., ass't q.-m.
U. S. Vols., il;899; major and paymaster, U.S.A., 1900;
lieut.-col., deputy paymaster gen., April 7, 1908.
Episcopalian. Mem. Soc. of the Cincinnati, Sons of
Revolution, Mil. Order Loyal Legion. Recreation: Rid-
ing. Clubs: Union (N. Y. City), Metropolitan (Wash-
ington, D. C), Capitol City (Atlanta, Ga.), Army and
Navy (Manila, P. I.). Address: 40 Wall St., N. Y. City.


Pres. Mutual Life Ins. Co.; b. N. Y. City, April 11,
1849; s. Charles A. and Julia C. (Livingston) Pea-
body; grad. Columbia Coll., 1869; Columbia Law Sch.,
1871; m. N. Y. City, Jan. 27, 1880, Charlotte A. Damon:
children: two sons and one daughter. Has practised
law in N. Y. City since 1671; became pres. Mutual
Life Ins. Co. of N. Y.. Jan. 1, 1906; mem. Assembly, 1876.
Dir. Astor Trust Co., Nat. Bank of Commerce. Farmers'
Loan and Trust Co.. Illinois Central R. R. Co., Union

Pacific R. R. Co., Wells Fargo & Co., Erie R. R. Co.;
v.-p. and mem. B'd of Mg'rs Delaware & Hudson Co.;
v.-p. and dir. Pittsburgh, Fort Wayne & Chicago R. R.
Co.; trustee Title Guarantee and Trust Co., Guaranty
Trust Co., and Bank for Savings. Republican; Epis-
copalian. Mem. Ass'n Bar City of N. Y. Clubs: Metro-
politan, University, Down Town, Tuxedo, Piping Rock.
Address: 32 Nassau St., N. Y. City.


Retired banker and railroad financier; b. Colum-
bus, Ga., July 27, 1852; s. George Henry and Elvira
(Canfield) Peabody; ed. private schs. in Columbus,
Ga., and six months at Deerhill Inst., Danbury, Conn.,
1865-1866; honorary A.M., Harvard, LL.D., Washington
and Lee Univ., and Univ. of Ga.; unmarried. In dry
goods 'business, N. Y. City as clerk, 1866-1880, with
two wholesale Arms; in banking business 1880-1906,
partner Spencer Trask & Co.; dir. and v.-p. of many
railroad and business -corp'ns until retiring in 1905 and
1906, such as St. Louis, Alton & Terre Haute R. R.,
Mexican Nat. R. R. Co., Rio Grande Western R. R.,
Edison Electric Illuminating Cos. (both N. Y. and
Brooklyn), Gen. Electric Co. Traveled extensively
in Canada, Mexico, and all of U. S.. excepting Alaska;
also took several trips to Europe. Com. mem. N.
Y. Chamber of Commerce; at one time mem. N. Y.
Stock Exchange. Active in Democratic politics from
1880; treas. Dem. Nat. Com., 1904; Am. Free-Trade
League, 1SS0; advocate of single tax on land values,
Gov't ownership of railroads and public franchise
corp'ns since 1895. Active in civil service reform
ass'ns; v.-p. Am. Civic Ass'n; chm'n Comm'n State of
N. Y. Reservation at Saratoga Springs. Life mem.
Brooklyn Inst. Arts and Sciences, Met. Museum of
Art, Am. Museum of Natural History, N. Y. Active
in Y.M.C.A. work in city and U. S. ; trustee Colo. Coll.,
Hampton Inst.; treas. Southern Ed'n B'd. Episco-
palian. Mem. Southern Soc. Clubs: Century, J^eform,
Metropolitan, City, National Arts, Down Town (N. Y.
City), Hamilton (Brooklyn), Cosmos ( Washington i.
Residence: Abenia, Lake George, N. Y. Address: 43
Exchange PI., N. Y. City.


Merchant; b. Columbus, Ga., Feb. 12, 1854; s. George
H. and Elvira (Canfield) Peabody; family moved to
Brooklyn, 1865; ed. pub. schs., Brooklyn; m. Brook-
lyn, 1879, Georgia Sniffin; one son: Charles Samuel.
Traveled through West for several years and re-
turning, entered dry goods house of T. K. Horton &
Co.: later went with firm of Walbridge & Co., hard-
ware; then comm'n house of White, Payson & Co.
Interested in electrical industries with Electric Time
Co., later with Brooklyn Edison Co. as sec., then as
v.-p. Pi-es. and dir. N. J. Co.; mem. B'd of Advisers,
Title Guarantee and Trust Co.; pres. and dir. Am.
Stoker Co.; pres and dir. Underford Gas Producer Co.
Independent Democrat. Mem. Chamber of Commerce,
Southern Soc, Ga. Soc. Clubs: City, Hamilton, Down
Town, Crescent Athletic, Lake George Country. Resi-
dences: Wikiosco, Lake George, N. Y., and 6S Montague
St.. Brooklyn. Address: 11 Broadway, N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Hamden, Delaware County, N. Y., Nov.
17, 1846; s. Ira anc. Celenda (Tiffany) Peake; grad.
Union Coll., Schenectady, N. Y., A.B., 1S70 (2d in class.
Latin oration, iPhi Beta Kappa, Clark Prize); Albany
Law Sch., LL.B.; m. 1st, Walton, N. Y., Sept. 1874,
Martha McLaury; 2d, Walton, N. Y., April, 1SS4, Mar-
garet I. Thomson; children; James McLaury, b. Dec.
26, 1876 (practising lawyer in. Brooklyn); Evelyn
Martha (wife Dr. Ralph D. Harby), 'b. Dec. 6, 1880;
Charles Nelson, b. July 29, 1SS9 (lawyer). Admitted
to bar May, 1S73; practising att'y in Delaware County,
N. Y., since 1874. Has traveled on business and for
recreation extensively in various sections of the U. S.
Served one year as supervisor of town. In politics a Re-
publican. Has taken an active interestt in edn'l matters;
taught two years, 1S70-1S72, in Schenectady High Sch.
(preparatory dep't of Union Coll.); served for 15 years
as pres. B'd of Ed'n, Walton Union High Sch. Pres.
Walton Novelty Works (Inc.), mg'r Walton Agr'l
Works. Methodist; lay delegate, representing X. Y.
Conf. in Gen. Conf. M. E. Ch., Cleveland, Ohio, 1S96.
Four years pres. Kingston Dist. Epworth League; 25
years sup't Walton M. E. Sabbath Sch.; many years
trustee Walton M. E. Ch.; chm'n Ch. Building Com.,
when they erected finest M. E. Ch. in Delaware County,
and chm'n School Building Com. when Walton erected
the best equipped sichool building in Delaware County.
Mem. Delaware County Bar Ass'n. Odd Fellow, in all
degrees; Good Templar, in all degrees, and county
chief of Delaware County for many years: never used
intoxicants nor tobacco in any form. Trustee William
B Ogc'.en Memorial Library, Walton. Recreations:



Walking, riding, driving, gardening, mountain climb-
ing, traveling. Address Walton, Delaware County,
N. Y. City office: 44 Court St., Brooklyn, N. Y.


Pres. New [dea Pattern Co.; b. Hempstead, L. I.,
N. Y., Nov. 28, isi.4: s. James and Hannah vv. (Myers)
Pearsall; ed. in N. J. public sens.; m. N. Y. City, March
2S, 19U7, Mrs. F. II. DeMott. V.-p. and treas. Silas K.
Pearsall Co.; v.-p. and dir. Highwood LandXCo., Ridge-
wood N. J.; dir. The Rutterick Co. New idea Pattern
Co., New Idea Publishing Co., all of X. Y. City. Was
grand master I. O. O. F. of N. J., 1904-1905. Address:
219 W. Slst St.. X. Y. City.


Consulting and advisory engineer; b. Tharnhall,
Dumfriesshire, Scotland, 185S; s. Rev. James and
Frances (Milbourne) Pearson; ed. Bishops Castle and
York, England. 1.S67-1S79, and under Lord (then Sir
W. G.) Armstrong, Newcastle-on-Tyne, Eng.; grad.
meich. eng'r, medallist in all physics, honors in math-
ematics; m. July 22, 1912, Mabel Hattersley, of Har-
rowgate. Eng. Certified chief eng'r and eng'r sur-
veyor under British B'd of Trade. Technical and
traveling correspondent for Textile Manufacturer,
Chemical News, Mechanical Worlo. and Sanitary En-
gineering, 1879-1S81; chief eng'r for Palmer's Ship
and Iron Co., Jarrow-in-Tyne, 1SS1-1SS4; mg'r afloat
for Hawthorn, Leslie & Co.. 1884-1886, in charge of
machinery construction on Austrian torpedo cruisers
Leopard and Panther, the fighting equipment of the
Chilean cruisers, Blanco Encalado and Almirante Coch-
rane; the steam trials of the Italian cruiser Giovanni
Bausan; the machinery and construction and at the
Yokosuka Arsenal (Japan), of the Japanese cruisers
Naniwa and Takachiho-Kan; consulting and contract-
ing eng'r, Yokohama, Japan, 1886-1891, engaged in
con't'g and installing textile mills, ice plants, bridges,
steam vessels, mint and arsenal equipment and gen.
industrial plant; gen' mg'r for Nassau Elec'l Co., N. Y.
City. 1891-1895; consulting and advisory eng'r on in-
dustrial and plant economics, the settlement and ad-
justment of trade issues and supervising of work
since 1895. Clubs: Press, National Arts (N. Y. City).
Houvenkopt Country (Suffern, N. Y.). Residences: 19
W. 9th St.. N. Y. Citv, and AndoveT N. J. Address: 40
Wall St., N. Y. City.


College pres.; b. Evansville, Ind., April 9, 1873; s
Leonard and Lucy S. (Jones) Pearson; ed. private and
public schs.; grad Cornell Univ., B.S., 1894; M.;S., 1S99;
Alfred Univ., LL.D., 1910; unmarried. In business.
Philadelphia and Delaware, 1895; ass't chief Dairy
Div.. U. S. Dep't Agriculture, Washington, D. C, 1896-
1902; gen. mg'r Walker-Gordon Laboratory Co., N. Y.
City and Philadelphia, 1902-1903; prof. Dairy Industry,
Cornell Univ.. 1903-1908; N. Y. State Comm'r of Agr.,
190S-1912; pres. Iowa State Coll. of Agr. and Mech.
Arts, Ames, Iowa, since 1912. Author of numerous
reports and bulletins published bv U. S. Dep't of Agr.,
N. Y. State Coll. of Agr. and the N. Y. State Dep't of
Agr. Gold medal, Paris Exp'n, 1900, as collaborator.
Baptist. Fellow A.A.A.S.; mem. State and Nat. Dairy-
men's and Agricultural Ass'ns; pres. N. Y. State Agr'l
Soc, 1909-1912: pres. Official Dairy Instructors' Ass'n,
1906-1908; sec. Certified Milk Producers' Ass'n of Amer-
ica, 1907-1912; Am. Breeders' Ass'n. Sigma Xi., S. A. R.,
Grange. Recreations: "Walking, tennis. Clubs: Cos-
mos (Washington, D. C), University (Albany), Cos-
mopolitan, Alpha Zeta and Gamma Alpha (Cornell),
Town and Gown (Ithaca). Address: Ames, Iowa.


Sec. and exec, officer Nat. Ass'n Audubon Socs. ;
b. Tuscola. 111., Nov. 10, 1873; s. Thomas B. and Mary
(Elliott) Pearson; grad. Guilford Coll., N. C, B.S.,
1897; Univ. of N. C., B.S., 1899: graduate work Harvard
Univ.. 1901; m. Greensboro, N. C, June 17, 1902. Elsie
Weatherly. Prof, biology, State Normal and Indus-
trial Coll., Greensboro, N. C, 1901-1903; State game
warden. N. C, 1902-1911; sec. Nat. Audubon Socs., since
1905. Traveled in Canada, U. S. and Mexico. Demo-
crat. Mem. Soc. of Friends (Quaker); mem. Am.
Ornithol. Union, and other scientific socs. Author:
Stories of Bird Life (B. F. Johnson Publishing Co.,
Richmond, Va.); joint author: Birds of N. Carolina (in
press, N. C. State Geol. Soc), also numerous magazine
articles. Residence. 2257 Loring PI. Address: 1974
Broadway. N. Y. City.


Chief sec. Salvation Army in U. S. of America; b.
Alston, Eng., Aug. 28. 1859; s. John and Tamae (Coates)
Peart; attended State sch., Australia; m. Adelaide, S.
Australia, Henrietta Amenda Butcher; children: Flor-

ence Adelaide, ib. 1S90; Herbert William, b. 1894. En-
tered the ranks of the Salvation Army as cadet, Alcl
bourne, Australia, 1885; advanced in rank to col., and
appt'd chief see. ot Australasia, 1896; transferred to
U. S. A., as ichief sec, 1905, being 2d in command in
America. Traveled extensively in Australian Colonies
and other Kuropcan countries and U. S. V.-p. The Sal-
vation Army Inc.; Reliance Trading Co. Residence:
150 Claremonl Av. Mt. Vernon, N. Y. Address: 120-
130 W. 1 Itli St., N. Y. City.

uerov, VI., idOD, iviinme ivuaius, 6u, l-cuvci
Colo., 1898, Mary Ball Johnson; children: Alan War-
ren, b. 1SS7; Harold Adams, b. 1S92; Margaret, b. 1899;
Donald Addison, b 1907. Instr. Latin, Smith Coll.,
1886; prof. Latin, Bowdoin Coll., 1886-1S91; prof. Latin,
Leland Stanford, Jr., Univ., 1S91-1902; resident Wash-
ington, D. C, 1902-1905; pres. and business mg'r Am.
Planograph Co., since 1904. Co-editor Students' Series
of Latin Classics, 35 vols.; author various treatises on
Latin. Pres. Alpha Mf'g Co.; dir. and mgr. Relc. Ex-
tinguisher Corp'n of America; dir. and mgr. Relc Ex-
writer Co. Independent in politics; Presby'n. Mem.
Nat. Geog. Soc, Am. Philol. Ass'n, Archseol. Inst, of
America. Clubs: Graduates (N. Y. City), University
(Washington, D. C). Residence: Boston Post Road,
Rye, N. Y. Address: 95 William St., N. Y. City.


Bacteriologist; b. Boston, Mass., Oct. 25, 1870; s.
Charles G. and Julia F. (Childs) Pease; ed. public and
high schools of Boston; Upper Can. Coll., Toronto;
grad. Univ. of Toronto, M.B., 1S93; Johns Hopkins
Univ., graduate student, 1S93-1894; fellow in pathology,
1904-1905; m. Somerville, Mass., Sept. 22, 1896, Amy
Barnes; children: Murray, b. 1904; Horace B., b.
1908. Resident pathologist Thomas Wilson Sanita-
rium, Baltimore, 1894; 1st ass't bacteriologist, Dep't of
Health, Philadelphia, 1895-1S98; bacteriologist, N. Y.
State Pathol. Laboratory, Buffalo. 1S9S-1900; instr. in
'bacteriology, Sheffield Scientific Sch.. Yale, 1901; dir.
Antitoxin and Hygienic Laboratories, N. Y. State Dep't
Health, 1901-1909; sanitary expert B'd of Water
Supply, N. Y. City, since 1910; dir. Dep't of Bac-
teriology, Lederle Laboratories, since 1909. Mem. Am.
Ass'n Pathologists and Bacteriologists, Soc. Am. Bac-
teriologists, Am. Public Health Ass'n (recorder of its
Laboratory Section, 1901-1910, sec of Sanitary En-
g'ring Section since 1911); Am. Med. Ass'n, Med. Sots.
Albany Co. and State of N. Y., N. E. Water Works
Ass'n. Author of papers on the prevention and treat-
ment of diphtheria, of tetanus and of septic infections;
the scope of the Public Health Laboratory; the
etiology of malignant tumors; and on sanitation of
food supplies, especially water, oysters, milk, cold
storage, etc.; standardization of disinfectants and anti-
septics. Address: 39 W. 38th St., N. Y. City.


Banker; b. Hanover, N. H.; s. Edmund Randolph and
Martha (Kendrick) Peaslee; ed. Phillips Andover
Acad.; grad. Yale, 1S72; Bellevue Hosp. Med. Coll.,
1S75; Coll. Phys. and Surg.. Columbia Univ., 1875; m.
N. Y. City, 1890, Florence Witherlbee; one son: Edmund
WitJherttee, b. 1S91. Engaged in practise of medicine,
but retired in 1S91; pres. and dir. Fidelity Bank, N.
Y. City; dir. Black, Starr & Frost, N. Y. City; pres. and
trustee Fifth Av. Safe Dep. Co., N. Y. ; mem. Chamber of
Commerce; v.-p. and dir. Second Nat. Bank, N. Y. City;
dir. N. E. Mortgage Security Co., N. Y. ; mem. N. Y.
City B'd of Ed'n, 18S7-1890, 1S96-189S. Clubs: Metro-
politan, University, Century, Union. Address: 17 N.
Washington Sq., N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Hudson, N. Y., Aug. 16, 1869; s. Horace
R. and Anna (Van Deusen) Peck; grad. Hudson High
Sch., Hamilton Coll., A.B., 1S91, A.M., 1S94; m. Brook-
lyn, Nov. 2, 1907, Elizabeth Stuart Butler; one d.:
Elizabeth Stuart, b. Oct. 22, 1910. Instr. in Brooklyn
Poly. Inst., 1891-1S93: clerk of Surrogate's Court of
Columbia County, 1893-1896; in active practice of law
in N. Y. City ince 1896. Dir. Manganese St. Rail Co.;
sec and treas. Alloy Steel Forging Co. Democrat.
Mem. Chi Psi fraternity. Phi Delta Phi fraternity.
Brooklyn Bar Ass'n, Columbia County Ass'n in City of
N. Y. (pres. 190S-1909), N. Y. County Lawyers' Ass'n.
Trustee Hudson-Fulton Celebration Cemm'n. Clubs:
University. Lawyers (Brooklyn), Belle Terre (Belle
Terre, L. I.) Residence: 267 Henry St., Brooklyn. Ad-
dress: 20 Libertv St., N. Y. City.




Sup't Public Works; b. May 3, 1853; s. Major-Gen.
John J. (veteran of Mexican and Civil Wars); ed. schs.
of Syracuse, Cornell Univ., class 1S74. Employed in
eng'ring dep't of N. Y. Central R. R., 2 years; since
then engaged in various business enterprises. Elected
to Assembly from 1st Dist., Onondaga County, 1892;
Dem. candidate for Mayor of Syracuse, 1894, but de-
feated; bld'g comm'r and fire marshal of Syracuse,
1899; Comm'r of Public Safety, Syracuse, 1900-1901;
served as chm'n Dem. County Com.; ass't sup't Public
Works, 1911; appt'd sup't Public Works, 1912, reappt'd
1913. Address: State Capitol, Albany, N. T.


Lawyer; b. Oneida Co., N. Y., May 16, 1852; grad.
Hamilton Coll., 1873. Engaged in general practise of
law in N. Y. City. Mem. Ass'n Bar City of N. Y., Delta
Kappa Epsilon fraternity. Residence: White Plains,
N. Y. Address: 206 Broadway, N. Y. City.


Physician and surgeon; b. Mexico, N. Y., April s,
1856; s. De Witt C. and Mary D. (Barton) Peck; ed.
Mexico Acad.; grad. Hamilton Coll., A. B., 1879; N. Y.

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