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in Continental Army in Revolutionary War; ed. Bos-
ton Sch. of Languages, Colby Coll., A.B., 1893, A.M.,
1897, D.D., 1913; Newton Theol. Inst'n, 1896; editor of
college publications, class poet, clas3 historian, class
chaplain, speaker at Freshman, Sophomore and Jr.
app t'mts and commencement speaker at graduation;
m. Boston, Mass., Feb. 3, 1897, Jean Irene Bergland;
children: Lorimer Bergland, ib. 1898; Jameson Sadler,
b. 1900. Ordained in Baptist ministry; pastor of
Greenwood Baptist Ch., Brooklyn, 1907-1913; pastor
Central Bapt. Ch., iNorwich, Conn., since May, 1913.
Spent summer of 1899 in Japan, acting as sp'l corre-
spondent of Boston Daily Traveler. Served as chap-
lain of N. H. Legislature, 1901-1902; app't'd chaplain
January, 1908, of First Brigade United Boys' Brigade
of America; v.-p. L. I. Bapt. Ministers' Conf., 1909;
trustee L. I. Bapt. Ch. Extension Soc, 1907-1910; pres.
Manhattan Bapt. Ministers' Conf., 1910. Republican.
Recreations: Lawn tennis, walking, swimming. Mem.
Delta Upsilon fraternity; v.-p. Colby Alumni Ass'n of
N. Y. City, 1908; Mason, Odd Fellow. Address: Cen-
tral Bapt. Ch., Norwich, Conn.


Editor, b. Sabetha, Kan., June 7, 1865; s. William
Butler aand Louise (Achsah) Slosson; grad. Univ. of
Kansas, B.S., 1890, M.S. 1892; Univ. of Chicago, Ph.D.,
1903; m. Centralis^ Kan., 1891, May Preston (Ph.D.,
Cornell); one son: Preston William. Prof, chemistry,
Univ. of Wyoming, 1891-1904. Literary editor, The
Independent, N. Y., since 1904. Dir. The Independent
Weekly, Inc. Progr^sive; Congregationalist. Fellow
A.A.A.S., mem. Phi Beta Kappa Soc. and Sigma Xi fra-
ternity. Recreation: 'Reading. Clubs: The Rounld
Table (pres.), Eastern Alumni of Univ. of Chicago
(pres.), Authors', X. Residence: 530 W. 123d St. Ad-
dress: The Independent, 119 W. 40th St., N. Y. City.


Educator; b. Towanda. Pa., Dec. 10, 1846; s. Isaac
and Sarah (Compton) Smalley; ed. Susquehanna Col-
legiate Inst., Towanda, Pa.: grad. Syracuse Univ.,
A.B., 1874, A.M., 1876, Ph.D.. 1891 (Latin), LL.D.
(Colgate Univ.), 1909, and (Union Univ..), 1909 (Phi
Beta Kappa): m. Rushville, N. Y., Sept. 7, 1876, Jennie
Mather; children: Frank Mather, b. May 25, 1877, Car-
rie Elizabeth, b. Oot. 19, 1879 (deceased). Inst. Syra-
cuse Univ., 1874-1877, adjunct prof., 1877-1881, prof. Latin
since 1881; dean, Coll. Liberal Arts since 1900; acting
Chancellor Univ., summer, 1903, and year 1908-1909 ; lec-
turer on Roman Law, Coll. of Law, Syracuse Univ.,
1895-1902. Student of Latin epigraphy and Roman
archaeology in Rome and Naples, summer of 1893.
Republican; Methodist Episcopalian. Mem. Am. Inst,
of Archaeology, Managing Com. of Am. Sch. of Classi-
cal Studies at Rome, Delta Upsilon fraternity. Author
Latin Analysis, 1879; Latin Verse, 1884; Lucretius:
Philosopher and Poet; Report University Convocation.
1881; Latin Etymology, 1882; (Introduction and Notes
to the Fifth Book of Cicero's Tusculan Disputations,
1892; Selections Illustrating Roman Literature, 1894;
Libretto Plauti Triummus, 1895; Syllabus of Lectures
in Roman History, 1895; Latin Hymns, Translations,
etc.; Alumni Record, Syracuse Univ., 1835-1899, Vol. I,
1899; same, 1S99-1904, Vol. II, 1904. Address: 607 Uni-
versity Av., Syracuse, N. T.


Educator; b. Warsaw, N. Y., April 30, 1873; s. W. W.
Smallwood and Eloise (Martin) Smallwood; ed. Syra-
cuse Univ., A.B., magna "cum laude, A.M.; Harvard,
Ph.D.; m. Oswego, N. Y., Sept. 6, 1899, Mabel Sarah
Coon; children: Harold Stephen, b. 1902, Mary Lovett.
b. 1906. Prof, biology and geology, Allegheny Coll .
Meadville, Pa., 1898-1902; asso. prof, zoology, 1902-1907;
prof, comparative anatomy since June, 1907, Syracuse
Univ. Scientific contb'r to American Naturalist Bio-
logical Bulletin. Bulletin Museum Comparative Zo-
ology of Harvard College, Journal of Neurology, Mor-
phologische Jahrbuch, Anatomischer Anzeiger, espe-
cially on the embryology of mollusca, etc. Author:
Animal Biology, Textbook of Biology. Fellow A.A.A.S.,
Soc. Am. Zoologists, Phi Kappa Psi, Phi Beta Kappa,
Sigma Xi; pres. N. Y. State Science Teachers' Ass'n,
1909. Methodist. Address: Syracuse, N. T.


Artist; b. Chester County, Pa., March 26, 1858; s.
Peter and Amy A. Smedley; ed. public schools; m. 1892,
May Rutter Darling, of Wilkes-Barre, Pa. Entered a
newspaper office in Philadelphia studied engraving,
took an art course in the Pa. Acad, of Fine Arts; later
studied in N. Y. and in Paris under Jean Paul Laurens.
Since 1880 professionally engaged as artist in N. Y.
City and has done much illustration work for Harper's
and other periodicals; has exhibited in the Paris Salon
and other ex'ns and was elected an academician of
Nat. Acad, of Design, 1905. Mem. Am. Water Color
Soc, N. Y. City. Address: 58 W. 57th St., N. Y. City.


Broker; b. N. Y. City, Sept. 29, 1882; s. Allan Lee
and Grace (Lee) Smidt; grad. Harvard Coll., 1905; un-
married. Connected with Bond & Goodwin, bankers.
Visited British Columbia, S. America and Panama.
Private in Squadron A, N.G.N.Y., May 18 1906, ser-
geant Troop A, 1st Cav., July, 1912. Republican;
Episcopalian. Active mem. U. S. Volunteer Life Sav-
ing Corps, Sound Beach Hose Co., No. 1, Sound Beach,
Conn., St. Nicholas Soc, Holland Soc Recreation:
Polo. Clubs: Harvard, Squadron A, Squadron A Polo,
Portchester Polo. Residence (summer): Sound Beach,
Conn.; (winter): 1S2 W. 58th St. Address: 111 Broad-
way, N. Y. City.


Banker, merchant; b. N. Y. City, June 4, 1848; s.
Jaines Smillie, the noted landscape engraver, and
Catharine (Van Valkenburgh) Smillie; prepared for
coll. in N. Y. public schs; unmarried. After leaving
sch. spent two years in rudimentary study of archi-
tecture, but finally decided upon a mercantile course;
for 12 years, 18S4-1S96, was largely identified with the
cattle industry on the Western Plains, being pres. of
one of the very few successful cattle companies of
Wyoming. Has traveled extensively in every part of
North America, from the Isthmus to the wilds of

Di.i,i ^1, PnlnnvKlo n ri in l?iipnT,a innlnrlin^ nrnica:

low iviei. iviuseu mem. A.m, useum Natu

ral History, Am. Geog. Soc, N. Y. Zool. Soc, N. Y. Bo-
tanical Garden. Recreations: Travel, music, art, books,
photography. Clubs: Century, Union League, Lawyers
(N. Y. City); also several clubs in Boston and other
cities. Address: 27 Cedar St., N. Y. City.




Landscape painter; b. N. Y. City, 1840; s. James
(N. A., engraver) and Catharine (Van Valkenburgh >
Smillie; ed. N. Y. City; m. N. Y., ISM. N.-llie Sheldon
Jacobs; children: Sheldon, b. 1882; Charles Van V., b.
1886; Gordon S., b. 1888. Studied painting in N. Y.
under Jas. M. Hart, N. A.; Painted and studied in Eu-
rope, Rocky Mt California, Fla., New England, etc.;
pictures in many public and private collections in
Europe and America. Independent Republican. Aca-
demician of Nat. Acad, of Design, 1SS2 (recording sec,
10 years); earlv mem. of Am. Water Color Soc. Ureas.
four years). Over 30 years mem. Century Club, life
mem. Lotos Club. Residence: Lawrence Park, Bronx-
ville. N. Y. Studio: 156 E. 36th St.. N. Y. City.


Artist; b. N. Y.; d. Samuel J. and Helen (Sheldon)
Jacobs; ed. Cooper Union Sch. Entered studio of J. O.
Eaton, later that of James D. Smillie- m. N. Y.. June
28, 1SS1. George H. Smillie, artist; three sons. One of
only 3 women who were -elected to full membership
in Am. Water Color Soc. Address: 156 East 36th St.,
N. Y. City.


Physician; b. Wantage, N. J., Mav 25, 1S47; s. James
Alexander and Mary Ann (Corbin) Smith; grad. La-
fayette Coll., A.B., 1868, A.M., 1871 (hon. A.M., Prince-
ton, 1S92), Bellevue Hosp. Med. Coll., M.D.. 1S71; m.
Easton, Pa., 1S73. Sue L. Bender; children: Wilson
Schuyler and Howard Alexander (twins), b. 1SS0; two
others died in infancy. Practising medicine from
graduation. Prof, practice of medicine in Univ. and
Bellevue Hosp. Med. Coll.; visiting physician to Belle-
vue Hosp.; consulting physician to Minturn Hosp.
Hosp. for Ruptured and Crippled, and Columbus Hosp.
Trustee and mem. Council, N. Y. Acad, of Medicine,
N. Y. City; mem. Am. Med. Ass'n, Ass'n Am. Physicians,
Am. Climatol. Ass'n, N. Y. Cuntv Med. Soc, N. Y.
State Med. Soc, N. Y. Clinical Soc, N. Y. Practitioners
Soc, N. Y. Med. and Surg. Soc, Zeta Psi fraternity.
Presby'n. Clubs: Century, University, Grolier, Prince-
ton Grammar Sch. (coll. preparation), and Albany


Banker; b. Hamilton, N. Y., Oct. 29, 1854: s. J. Day-
ton and Martha (Snow) Smith; ed. public schs. of
N. Y.; m. Madison, N. Y., Sept. 2S, 1875, Ella J. Tomp-
kins; 4 children. Pres. Nat. Hamilton Bank, Vulcan
Oil & Gas Co., Smith Hardware Co. Republican; Con-
gregationalist. Royal Arch Mason, Knight Templar.
Club: Citizens'. Address: National Hamilton Bank,
Hamilton, N. Y.


Lawyer; b. Northampton, N. Y., Dec. 12, 1869; s.
James Henry and Jennie (Pairchild) Smith; ed. Clin-
ton Grammar Sch. (coll. preparation), and Albanv
Law Sch.: unmarried. Dir. Mutual Life Ins. Co., of
Albany, N. Y. ; trustee Mechanics and Farmers' Bank,
Mechanics and Farmers Savings Bank of Albany.
Democrat. Mem. Dutch Reformed Church. Pres. Al-
bany County Bar Ass'n; treas. Albany Hosp., Home
for Aged Men; trustee Albany Law Sch.; sec. Albany
Cemetery Ass'n. Clubs: Fort Orange. Albany, Univer-
sity, Albany Country. Address: 51 State St.. Albany.
N. Y.


Railway pres.; b. Cleveland. O.. 1S64; s. William and
Charlotte Smith; ed. Cleveland schs.; married; one son.
Entered business career in employ of Lake Shore &
Mich. Southern R. R., 1879; was employed for a time
in the purchasing agent's dep't., and until 1S90 was
foreman of bridges; was sup't Kalamazoo div.. 1890-
1891; Lansing div., 1891-1893; Franklin div., 1S93-1897;
Mich, div., 1S97-1901; ass't gen. supt. at Cleveland, 1901;
and gen. sup't, 1901-1902. Entered service of N. Y.
Central & Hudson River R. R. as gen. sup't. 1902; was
v.-p. and gen. mg'r 1903. until elected pres., 1914. Rec-
reation: Horseback riding. Residence: Hotel Nether-
land. Address: Grand Central Station, N. Y. City.


Botonist; b. Brooklyn, N. Y., Feb. 13, -1S56; d. Henry
Edwin and Cynthia (Langdon) Morrill; attended
Packer Collegiate Inst., Brooklyn, N. Y. ; m. Brooklyn,
N. Y.. June 9, 1880, Dr. Hugh Montgomery Smith.
Devoted to study of mosses, hepatics and lichens. Spent
two years in European travel. Was sole prop, and
editor The Bryologist, 1S99-1911. Congregationalism
Fellow A. A. A. S. ; mem. Am. Fern Soc, Sullivant
Moss Soc. Clubs: Brooklyn Woman's, Torrey Bot.
Address: 78 Orange St., Brooklyn, N. Y.


Lawyer; b. Westminster, Worcester Co., Mass., Mar.
21, 1844; s. George and Eunice (Garfield) Smith; ed.


Lawyer, writer; b. Lyons, N. Y., Jan. 19, 1852; s.
James Cosslett Smith, a justice of the Supreme Court,
and Emily Ward (Adams) Smith; ed. U. S. Naval Acad.,
Hobart Coll., A.B., 1872, A.M., 1879, L.H.D., 1905, Co-
lumbia Coll., LL.B., 1875; m. Rochester, N. Y.. June 19,
1879, Elizabeth Storer Atkinson; children: Sibley Coss-
lett, Louise Atkinson, Gordon Arthur. Has traveled
extensively in U. S., Mexico, Europe and Northern Af-
rica. Author: The Monk and the Dancers. The Turquoise
Cup, and numerous short stories. Clubs: Century,
University (N r . Y. City), Genesee Valley (Rochester).
Address: 6 Sibley PI., Rochester, N. Y.


Clergyman; b. Robinson, P. Q., Can., Aug. 1, 1865;
s. John Reed and Louisa Maria (Russell) Smith; ed.
common schools, Brattlebor o, Vt., Eastman Coll..
Poughkeepsie, N. Y., Reformed Ch. Sem., New Bruns-
wick, N. J. (D.D.); m. Henrietta Emily Ray; children:
Elmore Milton, Wilbur Chapman, Henrietta Mildred,
Arthur Gordon. Came to U. S. when 10 years old;
after leaving Eastman Coll., went on road at 21
selling goods to the furniture trade; gave up business
to go into Y. M C. A. work, serving that ass'n in
Waterbury, Conn., N. Y. City and Chicago until 1889,
when accepted invitation to become ass't pastor Beth-
any Presby'n Ch., Phila. ; resigned from that to enter
the field as an evangelist; and after taking sp'l
course at sem. at New Brunswick became associated
in evangelistic work with Mr. Moody, B. Fay Mills,
J. Wilbur Cbapman and other religious workers in
the field in which has continued successfully in great
neetings all over the country, only leaving gen. field

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Insurance publisher; president of Spectator Com-
pany; b. Charleston, S. C. May 31, I860; grandson of
William Smith, Representative from South Carolina
in the first five Congresses of U. S.; ed. Astoria (N.
Y.) High Sch. Served for a time on N. Y. daily
papers as court reporter; entered the office of The
Spectator in Sept., JS77, when he was 17 years old;
and for nine years following had charge of the sta-
tistical work of that journal, being sub-editor the
latter (part of the time; became one of the prop'rs of
The Spectator in 1S8S and its asso. editor and busi-
ness mg'r. Mem. ChaTnber of Commerce. Clubs: Rid-
ing and Driving, Montauk, Crescent Athletic (Brook-
lyn), Merchants' Ass'n, Underwriters. 'Blooming Grove
Hunting and Fishing. Address: 135 William St., N.
Y. City.


Editor, publisher; b. Norway, N. Y., May 6, 1857;
s. Frederick and Maria B. (Service) Smith; ed. Herki-
mer (N. Y.) public sch., Fairfield ON. Y.) Acad.; m.
Utica. N. Y.. Jan. 9, 1S90, Florence N. Markham; one
d. Dorothea M., b. Nov. 13. 1893. Since Jan. 1, 1889,
engaged in newspaper work, as sec. Citizen Publish-
ing CO.. " '" -..vn_i.i__ u.


CoOf illage

engaged in newspaper worK, as sec. <JUizen .furnish-
ing Co., a corp'n publishing Herkimer Citizen, Ilion
Citizen and Frankfort Citizen. Dir. Herkimer County
Cooperative Bld'g & Loan Ass'n. Clerk of village
and towr. of Herkimer; county clerk Herkimer County,
1SS6-1888; supervisor town of Herkimer, 1894-1895;
supervisor of census for Herkimer County, 1905; al-

ternate delegate to Rep. Nat. Com

_..ty, 1905; al-
1908; ass't Ser-

Leillrtie UClCgrtlC LU ACy. INilL. ^Uliv., 13U3; ass L o

geant at Arms. Rep. Nat. Conv., d912; pres. Business
Men's Ass'n, Herkimer, 1911-1913. Republican; Metho

'.wens ass n, j-ierKimer, lyn-ayid. Kep
dist. Sec. Herkimer County Hist. Soc. Mem. Masonic
fraternity, S. A. R. Former pres. League of Masonic
Clubs of U. S. Clulbs: Little Falls Country, Herkimer
Masonic (pres. (B'd of Govs.). Address: Herkimer,
N. Y.


Editor; b. Sardinia, Erie Co., X. Y., Sept. 14, 1870;
s. James and Alary (Barnes) Srflith; ed. Arcade (N. Y.)
Acad.; m. June 10, 1902, Frances G. Stanton. Began
newspaper career in 1S90 as reporter on the Buffalo
Courier; became the Albany correspondent Buffalo
Times; made mn'g editor in C1894; editor Buffalo
Courier, 1S96-11; owner and editor Niagara Falls




Journal, Niagara Falls, N. Y. Appt'd mem. B'd of
Buffalo Sch. Examiners, Jan. 1, 1908, for term of 5
years. Med. ohm'n Sen. B'd, Feb., 1910. Elected mem.
of Congress from 36th N. Y. Cong. Dist., Nov. S, 1910; re-
elected Nov. 5, 1912, from 41st Cong. Dist. Recrea-
tions: Golf, motoring, fishing and other outdoor sports.
Clu'bs: Columbia Country (Washington), Country (Buf-
falo), Wanakah Golf (Wanakah, N. Y.). Address: 392
Porter Av Buffalo, N. Y.


Lawyer; b. N. Y. City, Oct. 17, 1S72; s. iRev. Cornel-
ius B. and Mary H. (Wheeler) Smith; grad. Columbia
ColLA.B. (first honors in history and polit. economy),
Harvard, LL.B. (with honor; m. N. Y. City, Jan. 11,
1902, Catharine Cook; children: Alexander Mackay.
b. Jan. 31. 1903; Carleton Sprague, b. Aug. 8, 1905;
Eunice Stoddard, b. Sept. 7, 1907; Catharine Innes,
b. Nov. 10, 1912. Mem. law firm Haight, Sandford &
Smith, attys for Hamburg-Am. Bine and other steam-
ship lines; mem. Alpha Delta Phi fraternity, Phi Beta
Kappa Ass'n, Civil Service 'Reform Ass'n. Clubs:
City, Harvard, West Side Tennis. Address: 27 William
St., N. Y. City.


Stock broker; b. Brooklyn, N. Y., Mar. 10, 1S76; s.
P Minturn and Ella E. (Phillips) Smith; ed. Plain-
field (N. J.) High Sen.; grad. Yale Law Sch., 1897;
unmarried. Admitted to Bar of N. Y. State. Feb.,
1S9S; pieierring a business career, practised only a
short time; treas. Standard Structural Co., which
erected the Bowling Green Bld'g and the Hudson Bld'g;
entered employ of firm of stock brokers in 1903 and
remained with them until March, 1906, when he went
into business for himself; in 1905, traveled 9,000 miles
through the West, visiting many of the mining dis-
tricts; '.senior mem. Clareivce M. Smith & Co. Repub-
lican with independent tendencies. Mem. Phi Gamma
Delta fraternity. Recreations: Baseball, tennis. Club:
Phi Gamma Delta. Residence: 1344 Pacific St., Brook-
lyn, N. Y. Address: 15 Broad St., N. Y. City.


Pres., gen. mg'r and dir. Am. Press Ass'n; b. N. Y.
City, March 7, 1884; s. Orlando J. and Evelyn V.
(Brady) Smith; ed. Woodbridge Sch., Mackenzie Sch.,
Univ. of Wis. Mem. Mil. Order Loyal Legion, Phi
Gamma Delta fraternity Clubs: Ardsley, Lotos, Union
League (N. Y.), Union League (Chicago). Address:
225 W. 39th St., N. Y. City.


Librarian, artist; b. Beirut, Syria, Jan. 3, 1854 (of
American parents); s. Eli and Hetty (Butler) Smith;
ed. Phillips Andover Acad., 1S70; Worcester (Mass.)
Tech. Inst., two years; grad. Amherst Coll., A.B., 1870;
studied sculpture with Dr. "William Rimmer in Bos-
ton and Fremiet in Paris, painting with Frank Duve-
neck in Munich and Florence. Has traveled fre-
quently in Europe to study monuments and collec-
tions in architecture, painting, sculpture and othei
arts; has pursued profession of sculpture and paint-
ing in Boston and N. Y.; appt'd reference librarian
of Henry O. Avery Memorial Architectural Library at
Columbia Univ., FeJb., 1895; lecturer History of Art,
Univ. Extension since 1909; contb'r to Century Dic-
tionary, Sturgis Dictionary of Architecture, New In-
ternal Encyclopedia, and the architectural periodi-
cals. Iioependent in politics. Congregationalist.
Mem. Met. Museum of Art, Archaeol. Inst, of America,
Am. Numismatic Soc, Architectural League of N. Y.,
Municipal Art Soc, Nat. Municipal League, Am. Scenic
and Historic Preservation Soc, Nat. Geog. Soc, Am
Library Ass'n, Circle of Friends of the Medallion.
Club: N. Y. Library. Address: Columbia Univ., N. Y.

Lawyer; b. Monroe, N. Y., Feb. 12, 1S82; s. Irving D.
and Margaret E. (Cronon) Smith; ed. Newburgh Acad.,
Newburgh, N. Y., and Columbia Univ., LL.B., 1904; m.
Saratoga Springs, N. Y., Aug. 24, 1910, Anne McPher-
son West. Managing clerk law office of Eidlitz &
Hulse of N. Y. City for two years after graduation;
opened office for self at Newburgh, N. Y., Jan. 1, 1907.
Has traveled extensively. Elected to office of justice
for Town of Monroe, County of Orange, Nov., 1905.
Counsel for Orange and Rockland Elec Co., of Mon-
roe, N. Y.. Goshen Light and Power Co., of Goshen.
N. Y., and Orange County Eng'ring Co., of Monroe.
N. Y. Republican; Presbyterian. Mem. Delta Upsilon
fraternity, The Newburgh Citv Club, Standard Lodge
711, F. and A. M., of Monroe, N. Y. Highland Chapter
52, R. A. M., Hudson River Commandery 35, K. T.,
and Mecca Temple, Mystic Shrine. Recreations: Auto-
mobiling and golf. Summer residence: "Osseo Lodge-
on-Walton-Lake," near Monroe, N. Y. Address: Mon-
roe, Orange County, N. Y.


Lawyer; b. N. Y. City, April 24, 1S39; s. Matthew and
Mary A. (Davenport) Smith; grad. Yale Coll., A.B.,
1859; Al'bany Law Sch., LL.B., 1861; m. New Haven,
Conn., 1872, Katharine W. Bacon; children: Leonard
Bacon, Winthrop Davenport, Alice Mabel, Helen
Woolsey (Mrs. Frederic J. Agate). Presby'n. Mem.
Ass'n Bar City of N. Y., Phi Beta Kappa Alumni
Ass'n, Psi Upsilon, and Skull and Bones fraternities;
pres. Prison Ass'n of N. Y. ; mem. Nat. Prison Ass'n:
Acad, of Polit. Science; Am. Inst, of Criminal Law and
Criminology; trustee Brick Presby'n Ch. of N. Y. City.
Has written, numerous papers and addresses pub-
lished in Annual Proceedings of Am. Social Science
Ass'n, Nat. Prison Ass'n, Nat. Conf. of Charities and
Corrections, and various reviews and periodicals.
Clubs: Century, University. Address: 49 Wall St., N.
Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Schenectady, N. Y., June 29, 1856; s.
David Cady and Eleanor Fisher (Carley) Smith; ed.
Phillips Exeter Acad., Union Coll.; m. Aug. 20, 1902,
Virginia Kline Young. Mayor of Schenectady, 1891-
1S93; corp'n counsel; comm'r of public safety, 1906;
pres. Schenectady Savings Bank. Republican; Episco-
palian. Recreations: Golf, outdoor sports. Clubs:
Mohawk, Mohawk Golf, Schenectady. Address: 251
State St., Schenectady, N. Y.


Lawyer; b. North Hebron, Washington Co., N. Y.,
Oct. 4, 1856; s. Horace and Calista J. (Babcock) Smith;
grad. Williams Coll., A.B., 1883 (Philos. oration, 1S83;
Phi Beta Kappa; Library orator, Class Day, Moon-
light prize orator, 1SS1; Adelphic Union debater, 1882;
editor Athenfeum) ; grad. Law Sch. of Columbian
(now George Washington) Univ., LL.B., LL.M., 1885;
m. 1st, Brooklyn, N. Y., April 27, 18S7, Florence Ham-
ilton (died Feb. 5, 1S8S); 2d, Elizabeth, N. J., Dec. 16,
1S90, Ella Louise Leveredge; children: Florence Ham-
ilton, b. Feb. 4, 1SS8; Mildred Louise, b. Dec. 27, 1S92.
Admitted to the Bar of Dist. of Columbia, June. 1885;
Bar of State of N. Y., Sept., 1886, since which time
lias been engaged in general practice of law in N. Y.
City; also member of 'bars in U. S. Circuit and District
Courts in N. Y. State. Mem. Kings Co. Republican
General Com., 1902-1903. Independent Republican;
Mem. Tompkins Av. Congregational Ch. Mem. N. Y.
County Lawyers' Ass'n, N. Y. Law Inst., Williams
Alumni Ass'n of N. Y. (sec 1895-1896, Phi Beta Kappa
Alumni of N. Y. Mem. Brooklyn Soc of Vermonters,
Montauk Lodge No. 2S6, F. and A. M., Aurora Grata
and Scottish Rite Masonic Bodies (Brooklyn, N. Y.),
De Forest Council, R. A., Zeta Psi fraternity. Phi
Delta Phi fraternity (Marshall Chapter, Washington,
D. C.). Residence: 763 Eastern Parkway, Brooklyn.
Address: 156 Broadway, N. Y. City.


Musician; b. Buffalo, N. Y., June 21, 1871; d. Pat-
rick and Ann Stanton; ed. Acad, of the Holy Angels,
Buffalo; received prizes for highest class average,
also sp'l awards for essay writing and Christian doc-
trine; m. June 10, 1902, Charles Bennett Smith, mem.
of Congress from 36th N. Y. Cong. Dist., and editor-
in-chief Buffalo Courier and well-known journalist.
Was music editor Buffalo Courier and writer of sp'l
stories for newspapers and magazines for ten years
previous to marriage; is also a violinist of recognized
standing; prominent in Catholic edn'l movements
throughout the country; has traveled extensively in
America, and made a complete tour of Europe in 1902;
also second tour in 1907; author of travel sketches.
Mem. Women's B'd of Pan-Am. Exp'n; also mem. and
sec. Com. on Publicity and Promotion for same. Cath-
olic. Recreations: Motoring, fishing, golf, and other
outdoor sports. Address: 392 Porter Av., Buffalo, N. Y.


Author, artist, eng'r; b. Baltimore, Md., Oct. 23,
183S; s. Francis Hopkinson and Susan (Teackle)
Smith; ed. public and private schs. (L.H.D., Yale,
1907); m. Josephine Van Deventer. Began business
career as a clerk in iron "works, studied mechanical
eng'ring and became eng'r and contractor, building
sea-walls at Tompkinsville, Staten Island, and around
Governor's Island in N. Y. Harbor, Race Rock light-
house off New London, Conn., and the foundation for
the Bartholdi Statue of Liberty; artist in water col-
ors, and illustrator, having pictures in several im-
portant collections, and lecturer on art subjects,
awarded medals of the Buffalo and Charleston Exp'ns,
Philadelphia Art Club and Am. Art Soc. Author:
Well Worn Roads, 1886; Old Lines in New Black and
White, 1SS7; The Book of the Tile Club (with Edward
Strahan), 188S; A White Umbrella in Mexico, 1SS9;



Colonel Carter of Cartersville, 1S91: A Day at La-
guerres, and Other Days, 1892; American Illustrators,
1892; Venice of To-Day, 1894; A Gentleman Vagabond,

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