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cific Co., Fourth Nat. Bank, Pacific Mail S. S. Co.
Clubs: N. Y. Yacht, Whist, Republican, Lotos, City,
Midday, Automobile of America, Lawyers, St Andrews
Golf. Residence: 932 5th Av., N. Y. City, and North-
wood, Oyster Bay, N. Y. Address: 52 William St., N.
Y. City.


Physician, chemist; b. N. Y. City, Feb. 14. 1868; s.
Henry and Barbara (Stubenbord) Schimpf; ed. public
schools N. Y. City, N. Y. Coll. Pharmacy, Ph.G., 1887,
Long Island Hosp. Med. Coll., 1S97; m. N. Y. City, 1896,
Mary Malvine Bohlk. Pharmacist until 1892; prof, in-
organic chemistry, 1892. and of analytical chemistry
since 1892 in Brooklyn Coll. of Pharmacy; food insp.
Brooklyn Dep't of Health. 1894-1895; engaged in prac-
tice of medicine since 1897. Author: Manual of Volu-
metric Analysis, 5 editions. Qualitative Chemical
Analysis. 2 editions. Essentials of Volumetric Analy-
sis. 2 editions; and contb'r to Pharmaceutical Journal,
Del. Com. for Revision U. S. Pharmacopoeia, 1900, and
1910. Hon. mem. Alumni Ass'n, Brooklyn Coll. of



Pharmacy, mem. Am. Chemical Soc, Am. Phar. Ass'n,
Am. Med. Ass'n, N. Y. State and County Med. Ass'n,
N. Y. State Phar. Ass'n, Kings County Phar. Soc, Ger-
man Apothecaries Soc, Deutsche Medicinische Gesell-
s'chaft, Alpha Kappa Kappa, Pi Theta Sigma, F. and
A. M. Fellow A.A.A.S. Address: 443 W. 34th St.,
N. Y. City.


Banker; b. Chapinville, Ontario County, N. Y., Feb.
25, 1S4B; s. Evander Schley; ed. in Canandaigua Acad.;
m. N. Y. City, 1879, Elizabeth Baker. In 1861 'became
express clerk at Syracuse; express agent at Suspen-
sion Bridge, N. Y.. 1S63; removed to N. Y. City, 1866,
and connected with money order dep't of Am Express
Co. until 1S74; with First Nat. Bank of N. Y. until
1SS0; mem. firm Groesbeck & Schley, bankers and
brokers, 1SS0-1SS5; since 1SS5 of Moore & Schley, of
which has long been senior mem., and which is one of
most prominent, operating on and having membership
in N. Y. Stock Exchange. Connected as officer or dir.
with many large mf'g, financial and mining corp'ns.
Mem. Am. Fine Arts Soc Clubs: Union League, Man-
hattan, Metropolitan, N. Y. Yacht. Summer residence:
Far Hills, N. J. Residence: 845 Fifth Av. Address:
10S E. 66th St., N. Y. City.


Writer, essayist, estate mg'r; b. Belleville, 111.; s.
William and Katherine (Messman) Schliep; ed. Cin-
cinnati, O. ; unmarried. Writer of essays on permanent
sovereignty of U. S. in Philippines, the tariff ques-
tion, Reiffeissen System in European agriculture, Inter-
nal Inst, of Agriculture, and on real estate legisla-
tion; publisher and printer of amateur journals "The
Orb" at age of 13; the "Iffwa Herald," and "Hawk-eye
Boy" at age of 16; (on file at Columbia College Jour-
nalism N. Y. Library). Veteran 23d Reg't, N. G. N.
Y., capt. 114th N. Y. Vols., 1898; won 1st prize Sharp-
shooters Contest (1904) 23d Reg't Vet. Ass'n. Demo-
crat. Mem. Mil. Service Inst'n, Governor's Island, Re-
public Lodge 690, F. and A. M., N. Y. City. Mem. Nat.
Geog. Soc, Washington, D. C, Iowa Soc of N. Y., Nat.
Amateur Press Ass'n. Active in Independent Dem.
and Anti-Snapper movements, 1888-1896, Brooklyn.
Recreations: Rifle sharpshooting, fishing, hunting.
Clubs: Brooklyn Democratic (charter mem.), Iroquois,
The Fossils (Journalistic). Resident of N. Y. City for
over twenty-five years. Address: 8 E. 9th St., N. Y.


Manufacturer, merchant; b. Adrian, Mich., Aug. 21,
1855; s. William J. and Hannah May Sehloss; ed. pub-
lic schools of N. Y. City; m. N. Y. City, Oct. 24, 1886,
Isabella R. Frankfield; children: William H., b. 1887,
Alfred H., b. 1889, May, b. 1893. Pres. and gen. mg'r
Castle Braid Co.; ch'm'n b'd of dirs. Braid Mf'rs Ass'n
of America. Republican Mason. Club: Republican
Organization (treas.). Address: 156 W. 75th St., N. Y.


Clergyman; b. X. Y. City, July 2, 1877; s. Friedrich
Andreas and Kathrina (Meister) Schlueter; ed. N. Y.
public schools; grad. Coll. City of N. Y., A.B., 1896,
Gen. Theol. Sem., B.D., 1S99. Minister-in-charge St.
Philip's Missions, St. Paul, Minn.. 1899-1900; rector St.
John's Ch., Roxbury, Mass., 1900-1905, Holy Cross,
West Park, N. Y., 1905; canon All Saints' Cathedral,
Albany, N. Y.. 1906-1910. Episcopalian. Vicar of St.
Luke's Chapel, Trinity Parish, N. Y. Address: 477
Hudson St., N. Y. City.


Born N. Y. City, Jan. 25, 1861; s. George J. and Cath-
erine L. Schmelzel; grad. Columbia Coll., A.B., 1883.
Republican; Presby'n. Treas. N. Y. Bible Soc: trustee
5th Av. Presby'n Church; on Com. of Mg'mt Y. M. C.
A. Mem. Chamber of Commerce, Gen. Soc. Mechanics
and Tradesmen, Columbia Coll. Alumni, St. Nicholas
Soc, Soc. War of 1812, Presby'n Union. Phi Beta
Kappa Alumni. Clubs: Columbia University, N. Y.
Athletic. Aero Club of America, Republican, Hardware,
Economic. Residence: 18 W. 56th St., N. Y. City.


Banker; b. Piqua, O., Sept. 7, 1849; s. Jacob A. and
Sophia F. (Haug) Schmidlapp; received public sch.
ed'n; m. Dec. 6, 1877, Emelie Balke (died Feb. 27,
1900). Engaged in cigar and whiskey business, Mem-
phis, 1868-1874: moved to Cincinnati, engaged in same
business, adding a distillery and malting business,
1874; organized and was pres., 1890-1907, Union Sav-
ings Bank & Trust Co., since 1907 chm'n B'd of Dirs.;
organizer of Export Storage Co., Dir. Am. Security Co..
Equitable Life Assurance Soc, Electric Security Co.,

1 n.Mi i ',,ii , ru, 'I mm Co. mi N y., 1 ,, ,,,.,, I :, ; ,ll ji , ',, ,

Nat. Water Co., Plqua Malt Co. Trustee Cincinnati
Law Sch., Cincinnati Art Sch., Coll. of Music, Music
Hall Ass'n, May Festival Ass'n; Cincinnati Art Mu-
seum (Charlotte Schmidlapp fund for girls); treas. Am.
Soc. Judicial Settlement of Internat. Disputes; dir.
Carnegie Peace Fund. Clubs: Commercial, Business
Moil's, Manufacturers, Queens City, Manhattan, Ohio,
White Hall, Railroad. Addresses: 68th St. and Madison
Av., N. Y. City; Union Savings Bank & Trust Co., Cin-
cinnati, O, and 60 Wall St., N. Y. City.


Civil eng'r; b. Berlin, Germany, Oct. 18, 1848; s.
Albert and Angelica (Hoefer) Schmidt; grad. Prussian
Mil. Acad., Berlin, 1866; Prussian Acad, of Engineer
Officers, 1869; m. Winona, Minn., Sept. 22, 1875, Mary
Everhart; children: Eads Eberhardt, b. 1876; George
Plumer, b. 1S80. Served during Franco-Prussian War,
1871-1872; was eng'r of U. B. Gov't Surveys west of
the one hundredth meridian, the United Coast and
Geodetic Survey and Gov't works in Minn, and Da-
kota until 1875; chief ass't eng'r on construction of
the jetties at mouth of Mississippi under Capt. James
B. Eads until 1879; in charge of Gov't works for im-
provement of Mississippi River at Memphis and St.
Loui's until 18S1; chief eng'r Mexican Central R. R.,
1S81-1SS9; engaged in business as general consulting
eng'r in Chicago and N. Y. until 1896; pres. Elec Axle
Light & Power Co., until 1900. Invented and con-
structed first moving platform which operated at
World's Columbian Exp'n. Pres., gen. mg'r and chief
eng'r Continuous Transit Securities Co.; dir. Multiple
Speed & Traction Co. Mem. Am. Soc. Civil Eng'rs.
Club: Down Town. Residence: Madison Av., Convent,
N. J. Address: 45 Broadway, N. Y. City.


Banker; b. Deerfield N. Y., March 21, 1859; s. John
and Irene (Becker) Schmuck; ed. Whitestone Sem., N.
Y. Univ.; m. N. Gage, N. Y., April 30, 1883, Ellen M.
Mclntyre; one son: Allen J. C. Pres. Bank of Law-
rence, Roan Ox Point Realty Corp'n, Nassau Water
Front Co.; v. -p. and dir. Bay Knoll Realty Co.; treas.
and dir. Sachem Realty Co., Lynbrook Estates; dir.
Clinton Park Camp Ass'n. Democrat; Presbyterian.
Club: Rockaway Hunt. Address: Lawrence, N. Y.


Insurance; b. Bremen, Germany, Feb. 21, 1852; s.
Daniel Schnakenberg; ed. by father; m. N. Y., 1882,
Elizabeth G. Gillespie; two children. Founder and
pres. of Hagedorn & Co., one of largest firms in marine
ins.; mem. Consolidated Produce & Cotton Exchanges.
Trustee German Savings Bank; dir. German Am. Bank,
Germania Life Ins. Co. Treas. German Soc Clubs:
Manhattan, New York, Down Town Ass'n, Deutscher
Verein. Residence: New Brighton, N. Y. Address: 6
Hanover St., N. Y. City.


Real estate, Assemblyman; b. Geneva, N. Y., April
19, 1883; s. R. A. and Augusta S. (Buchholz) Schnirel;
ed. Geneva High Sch., Hobart Coll., Columbia Univ.,
Cornell Univ. (honors in oratory and German); m.
Hanover, Germany, Jan. 2, 1909, Martha Wellman;
children: Wellman W., b. Aug. 19, 1910; Herman F.,
Jr. (deceased), b. June 28, 1912. Connected with firm
of R. A. Schnirel & Son, as juior partner in the real
estate and developing business. Traveled 1909 and
1911 in Europe, spent much time in Switzerland and
southern Germany, studying conditions of life. Appt'd
Prof, of Modern Languages, Maryville Coll., 1909; re-
signed on leave, 1912. Elected mem. of Assembly, 1913,
also mem. Public Ed'n., Public Printing. Introduced
a bill incorporating city of Canandaigua. Republican:
Presbyterian. Recreation: Motoring. Residence: 246
Hamilton St. Address: 98 Seneca St., Geneva, N. Y.


Born Cincinnati, Ohio, March 12, 1850; d. Solomon
and Galathe (Morange) Menken; attended Female
Sem., Cincinnati, O., and Ursuline Convent, Brown
County, O.; m. N. Y. City, Jan. 2S, 1874, Jacob Schnit-
zer; one son: William M., b. Jan. 30, 1875. Has trav-
eled extensively in U.S. and Europe. Clubs: Daughters
of Ohio, City Federation, Equal Franchise Soc,
Women's Suffrage Party, Sunshine Soc, Consumers'
League, Women's Forum, Women's Progressive Party,
Soc Polit. Study. Club: Women's Press. Address: 55
Central Park W., N. Y. City.


Stock broker; b. N. Y. City, Jan. 30, 1875; s. Jacob
and Cordelia (Menken) Schnitzer; ed. public grammar
sch. No. 69, N. Y. City, Columbia Univ. Sch. of Arts,
class of 1895. Traveled extensively in U. S. and Eu-
rope. Progressive. Mem. Bibliophile Soc of Boston,



Lake Champlain Soc, N. Y. Hist. Soc, Columbia
Alumni Ass'n. Mason 32, Royal Arch, Scottish Rite,
Mystic Shrine. Recreations: Farming, traveling, book
collecting. Clubs: Lotos, Hobby (organizer). Resi-
dence: 55 Central Park W. Address: 30 Broad St., N.
Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Mannheim, Germany, 1866; s. Karl and
Pauline Schnitzler; attended Karlsruhe, Heidelberg
and Leipsic Univs.^ N. Y. Univ., LL.D. from Leipsic
Univ. Engaged in practice of law in Germany; held
position of judge of Dist. Court at Lahr, Baden, Ger-
many; admitted to bar of State of N. Y., 1898. Dir.
Central R. R. of Haiti, Atlantic Communication Oo.,
Internat. Ins. Co., and others. Treas. German Am. Sch.
Ass'n; mem. Ass'n Bar City of N. Y. Clubs: German
N. Y. Athletic. Residence: 15 E. 48th St. Address: 165
Broadway, N. Y. City.


Clergyman; b. Niles, Cook Co., 111., May 11, 1869; s.
John August and Dorothea (Brandt) Schoenfeld; ed.
in parochial sch. of Bethlehem Evangelical Lutheran
Ch., Chicago, I1L 1S75-18S2; Concordia Coll., of Luth-
eran Synod of Missouri, Ohio and other States, Ft.
Wayne, Ind., 1882-1887; Concordia Sem. of same Synod
at St. Louis, Mo., 1887-1890: m. N. Y. City, May 3, 1911,
Bertha M. (b. Boldt) ; pastor of Evangelical Lutheran
churches since 1890; Trinity Ch., Astoria, L. I. City,
N. Y.. 1890-1896; Ch. Redeemer, N. Y. City, 1896-1898;
Immanuel Ch.. Lexington Av. and 88th St., N. Y. City,
since Feb., 1898. Mem. Lutheran Ed'n Soc, Concordia
Coll. Alumni Soc. Am. Health League, Wartburg Home
for Aged, Bethlehem Orphan Asylum, Lutheran Hosp.
Ass'n. Has made a trip to Europe and traveled
through entire U. S. Club: Economic. Address: 1294
Lexington Av., N. Y. City.


Banker; b. San Francisco, Calif., Jan. 19, 1866; s.
Jacob and Gertrude (Felsenheld) Scholle; Ph.D., Univ.
of Freiburg, Germany, 1893;' m. N. Y. City, June 17,
1903, Gertrude Jacques; one son, Jaques A., b. 1905.
Mem. Arm of Scholle Bros., bankers, which firm suc-
ceeded to the business of his father. Col. and ass't
adj. gen. of The National Vol, Emergency Service, and
mem. council of same org'n. Republican. Club: New
Rochelle Yacht. Residence: 2020 Broadway. Address:
5 Nassau St., N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. in the city of Pinsk, Russia, August 2.
1876; s. Nathan-Mayer Shaikewitz Schomer and Dina
Bercinsky; ed. in private schools and by personal
effort- attended courses of law lecture at N. Y. Univ.
Law School; read law in offices of Nicholas Alienikoff
and Simon Sultan, N. Y. City. Admitted to the New
York Bar, Nov., 1900; since then in practice of law in
N. Y. City. Counsel for Jewish Daily News, The War-
heit, Jewish Morning Journal, Newland Realty and
Construction Co. Mem. N. Y. County Bar Ass'n. Inde-
pendent Republican; candidate in 1903 for mem. of
Assembly from 4th Assembly Dist. of N. Y. on Citi-
zens' Union ticket, endorsed by Rep. org'n, but de-
feated. Offered the Cong, nomination for 8th Cong.
Dist., but declined for reason that he was at head of
Independent Roosevelt Com., at that time an org'n of
about 4,000 citizens, which propagated candidacy of
Theodore Roosevelt for Pres. of U. S. Originator of
Hebrew Immigrant Aid Soc; projector of plan of Es-
tablishment of an Internat. Jewish Congress. Author:
How We Can Help Ourselves; A Plan for the Estab-
lishment of an International Jewish Congress. Con-
tributor to Yiddish and English Periodicals. Lecturer
on Jewish History, the Education of Children, and
other subjects. Pres. Com. for Establishment of an
Internat. Jewish Congress. Mem. Exec, and various
Jewish Relief Corns. Dir. Hebrew Sheltering Home,
Edn'l League, and Montefiore Talmud Thorah. Mem.
Advisory B'd United Hebrew Charities, Edn'l Alliance,
Montefiore Home. Mem. Order B'nai Brith, and F. and
A. M. Address: 5 Beekman St., N. Y. City.


Teacher, lecturer; b. Pompey Center, N. Y., Oct. 21,
1870; d. Charles Otis and Martha (Bogardus) Butter-
field; grad. Univ. of 111., B.L., 1891, M.L., 1894; graduate
-work Radcliffe Coll., 1893-1894, Coll. Orator 1890, class
pres.; m. Champaign 111.. June 16, 1897, John James
Schoonhoven; one son: George Otis, b. Oct. 30, 1900.
Head of English Dep't Mattoon High Sch. Instr. in
Rhetoric, Univ. of 111. Lecturer N. Y. B'd of Ed'n, Jer-
sey City, Brooklyn Inst, of Arts and Sciences; 'writer
for magazines and newspapers. Pres. Dep't Domestic
Science, and mem. Council Brooklyn Inst, of Arts and.
Sciences. Congregationalism Clubs: Brooklyn Woman's,
Urban, Radcliffe, University of 111. Alumni Ass'n, Phi
Beta Kappa. Address: 1374 Union St., Brooklyn, N. Y.


Biologist, lecturer; b. Mclntyre, N. Y., July 3, 1864;
s. Geo. W. and Maria (Mead) Schoonhoven; ed. Brook-
lyn High Sch., St. Francis Coll., A.B., 1893, Coll. of St.
Francis Xavier, A.M., 1894; graduate work N. Y. Univ.,
L. I. Coll. Hosp., 1889-1890; m. June 16, 1897, Helen E.
Butterfield, instr. rhetoric, Univ. of 111.; one son:
George Otis, b. Oct. 30, 1900. Staff lecturer N. Y., New-
ark, Jersey City B'ds of Ed'n, lecturer and Fellow
Brooklyn Inst. Arts and Sciences; writer on biol. sub-
jects. Author: Colloquial Latin and Latin Idioms, a
Guide to Latin Conversation. Republican; Congrega-
tionalism Mem. A.A.A.S., Entomol. (Brooklyn), Min-
eralogical, Latin. Pres. Am. Ass'n for the Planting
and Preservation of City Trees. Mem. Council and pres.
Dep't of Zoology, Brooklyn Inst. Arts and Sciences.
Address: 1374 Union St., Brooklyn, N. Y.


Clergyman; b Utica, N. Y., May 22, 1873; s. Henry
Charles and Elizabeth (Louer) Schrader; ed. in public
schools of Philadelphia, Pa., and Utica, N. Y. Prof.
Rix Prep. Sch., Utica, N. Y., Hobart Coll., Geneva, N.
Y., St. Andrew's Divinity Sch., Syracuse, N. Y., and Gen.
Theol. Sem., N. Y. City; m. Manchester, N. Y., Sept. 9,
1903, Harriet Leora Smith. Was clerk in dry goods
store, Utica, N. Y. 9 years; delegate to Brotherhood of
St. Andrew's Oonv.. Buffalo. N. Y., 1897. While at
college had charge of two missions, one at Shortsville,
N. Y., the other at Manchester, N. Y. Lay reader in
Trinity Ch., Utica, N. Y. Ordered deacon in Trinity
Ch., Utica, N. Y., March 25, 1903. being the first candi-
date ordained by Rt. Rev. Charles Tyler Olmsted. Had
charge of Trinity Oh., Utica, May-Sept., 1903; summer
charge of St. Paul's Ch., Holland Patent, N. Y., 1904;
missionary at Slaterville and Speedsville, N. Y., 1905-
1907. Ordained priest in Grace Ch.. Utica. N. Y., June
10, 1906, by Bishop Charles Tyler Olmsted. Diocese of
Central N. Y. ; missionary at Chadwicks, Clayville and
Bridgewater, N Y.. 1907-1909. Rector St. John's Ch..
Whitesboro, and missionary, N. Y. Mills, 1909-1910; in
charge of Mission Ch., Westmoreland, N. Y., 1910-1913,
and of St. Peter's Ch.. Oriskany. N. Y., since 1913. In-
dependent; Episcopalian. Charter mem. Trinity Chap-
ter 250, Brotherhood of St. Andrew. 1S88: F. and A. M..
Caroline Lodge 6S1: Alumni Ass'n, St. Andrew's Divin-
ity Sch., and Gen. Theol. Sem. in Diocese of Central
N. Y. Address: Oriskany, N. Y.


Editor; b. Hamburg, Oct. 27, 1S59; s. George Fred-
erick Schrader; ed. Germany and U. S. ; m. 1st, Daven-
port, Iowa, June 6, 1879. Anna McNulty; 2d, Wash-
ington, D. C, Nov. 6, 1S95, Marie R. Bailey: one son:
Frederick Franklin, Jr., b. Sept. 7. 1896. Editor Re-
publican Campaign Text Book, 1898; author: Modern
Lady Godiva (drama presented by Amelia Bingham);
At the French Ball (farce played by Fannie Rice):
Corsica (lyric opera, music by Irenee Bergg, produced
U. S., 1910); Baron Frenck (produced in London and
N. Y.); Lyrics and Jingles, 1913. Ass't and acting sec.
Republican Cong. Com.. 1S96-1900; sec. B'd of Trade, St.
Joseph, Mo.. 1886-1891: dramatic critic Washington
Post, 1900-1906; dramatic critic N. Y. Evening Globe,
19C8-1909; editor Dramatic Mirror, since Aug. 19,
1912. Independent; Lutheran. Recreations: Photog-
raphy, Mycology. Club: N. Y. Camera. Residence:
315 W. 79th St. Address: 145 W. 45th St., N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Freiwaldau, Austrian Silesia, 1858; s.
Franz Ferdinand Sehreiter R. R. von Schiwarzenfeld
and Antoinette Louise C. Janowenski Sehreiter von
Schwarzenfeld; ed. Military Acad. Wiener Neustadt.
Lower Austria, Teresianum and Polytechnic Sch. at
Vienna; Law Sch. and Sch. of Polit. Science, Columbia
Univ.; m. Yonkers, N. Y., Sept. 14, 1894, Harriet A.
Beker; two children. Engaged in practice of law, al-
most exclusively as counsel in patent, trade-mark,
copyright and in corp'n cases. Pres. and treas. Ra-
venswood Paper Mills Co. Country home: Avon-by-
the-Sea, N. J. Residence: 790 Riverside Drive. Ad-
dress: 20 Nassau St., N. Y. City.


Physician; b. N. Y. City, March 30, 1S60; s. Harmon
and Rebecca (Gayton) Schroeder; grad. Coll. Phys. &
Surg., N. Y. City; m. first, 1S93. Aimee Raymond; sec-
ond. 1909, Florence Wevl; one son: Henry Harmon, Jr.,
b. 1910. Interne City Hosp., N. Y. City, Oct. 1, 1886-
April 1 1888; practiced medicine until 1903; gave up
practice, 1903, to give full time to present work as
med. dir. Mutual Life Ins. Co. Author: Insurance Med-
icine, 1913. Republican. Mem. Soc of Alumni of City
Hosp., Ass'n of Med. Dirs. of Life Ins. Cos. of America.
Residence: Essex Falls, N. J. Address: 32 Nassau St..
N. Y. City.




Physician; b. in Germany, May 14, 1S78; s. Paul Wil-
helm and Hedwig (Wagner) Sehultz; ed. Coll. City of
N. Y A.B., 1897, Coll. Phvs. and Surg. (Columbia) M.D-,
1901. Practised medicine in N. Y. City, 1901-1907, and
in Monticello, N. Y., since 1907. Author: Race or Mon-
grel; A Brief History of the Rise and Fall of the An-
cient Races of the Earth; a Theory That the Fall of
Nations Is Due to Intermarriage with Alien Stock; a
Demonstration That a Nation's Strength Is Due to
Social Purity; a Prophecy That America Will Sink to
Early Decay Unless Immigration Is Rigorously Re-
stricted (Page & Co., Boston); Sprache, Volksstamm
und Menschenwerth; Die Kinder der Menschen von
Uberall her; Das Deutschtum in Amerika; The Chil-
dren of Everybody; The End of Darwinism; Not
Change, but Persistence Is Characteristic of Life;
Every Change Is Essentially a Persistence; Only
Persists Can Change (Published by the author). Ad-
dress: Monticello, N. Y.


Pres. Carl H. Sehultz, Inc.; b. N. Y. City, Aug. 19,
1S76; s. Carl Herman and Louise (Einfeldt) Sehultz;
of German ancestry on both sides; grad. Phillips Acad.,
Andover, Mass., IS 9 4 ; Sheffield Scientific Sch., Yale
Univ., 1S97; m. Canton, O., April 26, 1S98, Clara, d. R.

5. Shields, and niece of former Sec. of State William R.
Day. Shortly after graduation father died; immedi-
ately took active part in mgm't of extensive establish-
ment father had controlled; later v. -p. of concern,
and in 1902 elected pres. Carl H. Sehultz Inc. Mem.
Chi Phi fraternity (Yale). Clubs: Yale. Calumet, N. Y.
Athletic, Chemists, German, Larchmont Yacht, Thou-
sand Islands Yacht, Coney Island Jockey, Baltusrol
Golf, Highland, Canoe Brook Country. Residence: 35
East 30th St. Address: 430 First Av., N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Hoboken. N. X, Feb. 17, 1863; s. Emil and
Anna (Feldner) Schultze; ed. Hoboken Acad.. Stevens
High Sch., Hoboken, Russel's Mil. Acad., New Haven,
Yale Coll., Columbia Daw Sch.; m. Ansonia, Conn., 1892,
Annie Louise Gardner; one son: John Gardner, b. 1894.
Admitted to bar in N. J. Republican. Mem. Ass'n Bar
Citv of N. Y.; New England Soc. (Orange, N. J.). Club:
Yale (N. Y. City). Residence, 203 Park Av., Orange,
N. J. Address: 141 Broadway, N. Y. City.


Attornev-at-law; b. N. Y. City, Feb. 17, 1871; s.
Christian G. and Friederike (Orthey) Schulz; ed. pub-
lic schs. N Y. City; grad. Coll. City of N. Y., A.B., N. Y.
Law Sch.. LL.B.; m. Dec. 27, 1898, Anna Alice Michel;
one son: Eugene, George, b. April 5, 1901. Ass't Coun-
sel Legal Aid Soc, 1S94-1S96. Mem. firm Patterson,
Schulz & Fawcett, 1S96-1S99 engaged in private prac-
tise since 1899. Appt'd judge City Magistrates' Court,
Julv 1913. Traveled in Germany. 1908, U. S., 1907.
Member of Assembly, 1907-1908; senator, 22d
Senatorial Dist., 1909-1910. Democrat. Mem. N. Y.
County Lawyers' Ass'^n, Bronx County Bar Ass'n, (mem.
exec, comm.), Theta Delta Chi fraternity, Elks, Grand
Dodge, Knights of Honor. Recreations: Golf, tennis,
motoring. Clubs: Theta Delta Chi. Schnorer (Mor-
risania). Residence: 1410 Crotona Park East. Address:
38 Park Row, N. Y. City.


Musician; b. Posen, Germany, Mar. 2S, 1865; s. Clem-
ens Schulz; ed. Real-gymnasium. Posen, and Royal
Academic High School for Music, Berlin. Germany; m.
Berlin, April 12. 1885, Ida Bartsch. Began concert
work in boyhood, soloist and 'cellist to Philharmonic
Orchestra, Berlin, 1SS5, and to Gewandhaus Orchestra,
Leipzig, 1SS6-18S9; came to U. S. 18S9 and became prof.
in N. E. Conservatory of Music and soloist in Boston
Symphony Orchestra; first 'cellist N. Y. Philharmonic
Soc, 1S90-1906. Prof, and conductor Nat. Conserva-
tory Orchestra; v.-p. N. Y. Symphony Orchestra; prof,
music Yale Univ. Pres. N. Y. Tonkiinstler Soc. Com-
poser of many orchestral numbers, 'cello compositions,
etc. Residence: Woodcliff. Bergen Co., N. J. Ad-
dress: 1186 Madison Av., N. Y. City.


Architect; grad. Sch. of Mines. Columbia Coll., C.E.,
1888. Fir' t v.-p. and trustee Bronx Savings Bank;
v.-p. and iir. Aitken Realty and Construction Co.; dir.
The Bronx Safe Deposit Co.; pres. United 5 and 10 ct.
stores. Mem Alumni Ass'n. Columbia Coll., Sch. of
Applied Science. Clu-h: Columbia University. Ad-
dress: 2S( Broadway, N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Freetown, Prince Edward Island, July

6, 1867; s. Robert and Lydia Schurman; grad. Dal-
housie Coll, 1890, Cornell Univ., Law Sch., 1893; m.

Helen T. Munro, d. George Munro, publisher. Ad-
mitted to bar and since practising in N. Y. City; ass't
dist. att'y, 1900. Mem. Alpha Delta Phi fraternity,
Ass'n Bar City of N. Y., Holland Soc. Clubs: Republi-
can, University, Cornell Univ., Englewood (N. J.) Golf.
Residence: 15 W. 57th St. Address: 96 Broadway, N.
Y. City.


Pres. Cornell Univ.; b. Freetown, Prince Edward
Island; s. Robert and Lydia (Gouldrup) Schurman;
grad. Univ. of London A.B., 1877, A.M., 1878; Univ. of

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