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cutta; Bryant Sch., Syria, and Y. M. C. A. bld'gs in
China, Japan and Korea. Club: Union League. Ad-
dresses: 2032 Walnut St., Philadelphia, and Broadway
and 10th St., N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. West Monroe, Oswego Co., N. Y., April
19, 1860; s. William H. and Ellen Louisa (Leonard)
Wandell; ed. Central Square (N. Y.) Acad.; m. Mexico,
Oswego County, N. Y., Dec. 14, 1886, Flora Galge
Hartson. Engaged in Journalism until 1882. Ad-
mitted to bar Oct. 1882; ass't dist. att'y Oswego Co.,
N. Y., 1882-1883. Practised one year at Pulaski, Os-
wego Co.; at Syracuse, N. Y 1883-1S94; one year in
Washington as att'y for corp'n; since 1895 in gen.
practise of law in N. Y. City; specialties, trial of
cases and corp'n matters. Democrat; Presby'n. Au-'
thor: The Law of Inns, Hotels and Boarding Houses;
The Law Relating to Disposition of Decedent's Real
Estate; The Law of the Theatre, etc., collaborated
with late Judge McAdam in 3rd edition of McAdam on
Landlord and Tenant; also author of various legal
monographs, and of a lecture on Aaron Burr, in which
the character of Burr is defended. Mem. N. Y. State
Museum Soc, Washington Lodge, No. 2(1, F. & A. M.;
Harvard Lodge No. 3, K. of P., Tammany Soc. of N.
Y., N. Y. County Lawyers' Ass'n, trustee Sunday Kin-
dergarten; life mem. Washington Continental Guard.
Recreations: Golf, fishing. Residence: 68 E. 86th St.
Address: 2 Rector St., N. Y. City.


Surgeon, author; b. Nov. 22, 1866; 2d s. Joseph,
Warbasse and Hariette Northrup. Descended from
Peter Warbasse, early Moravian settler of Delaware
Valley, and Joseph Northrup, one of early settlers of
N. E. (1637). Studied medicine Columbia Univ., Univ.
of Gottingen, Univ. of Vienna; M.D. from Columbia.
1889; m. April 15, 1903, Agnes Dyer, of N. Y.; children:
Henry Dyer, Agnes, James Peter, Richard Northrup,
Eric, Vera. Two years as interne, Seney M. E. Hosp.,
Brooklyn; and in Out-patient Dep't Chambers St. and
Roosevelt Hosps. Appt'd ass't attending surgeon
Seney Hosp., 1892; attending surgeon, 1905; resigned.
Attending surgeon to German Hosp., Brooklyn, 1903;
chief surgeon, 1906. Serve! as med. officer, 7th Army
Corps, U. S. A.. 1898, in Florida and Cuba. Chief of
Bureau Physical Examinations of Civil Service
Comm'n of N. Y. City since 1903. Editor N. Y. State
Journal of Mtdicire, 1906-1909; sp'l editor Am. Jour-
nal of Surgery since 1308. Author: Doctors of Samuel
Johnson and His Court, Operations on Bones and
Joints, Med. Sociology, The Conquest of Disease
through Animal Experimentation. One of the Am.
authors of Internat. Text-Book of Surgery, Keen's
Surgery, etc. Mem. Am. Med. Ass'n, Am. Acad, of
Medicine, Am. Soc. of Med. Sociol. (1st v.-p.), A.A.
A.S., Am. Med. Editors' Ass'n, Med. Library Ass'n
of America, Am. Soc. of Sanitary and Moral Prophy-
laxis, Med. Soc. State of N. Y., Ass'n Physicians of
Long Island, L. I. Alumni of Columbia Univ. (pres.,
1902), Med. Soc. of County of Kings (censor, 1901-
1904, Directing Librarian and Trustee, 1906-1910),
Alumni Soc. of Seney Hosp. (pres., 1893), Brooklyn
Surg. Soc. (pres., 1901-1902), Brooklyn Pathol. Soc.
(pres., 1897), Brooklyn Med. Soc, Med. Library Ass'n
of Brooklyn, Verein Deutscher Aerzte von Brooklyn,
Long Island Hist. Soc, Sons of the Revolution, Ver-
ein Alter Deutscher Studenten in Amerika, Am. Sociol.
Soc, Thomas Paine Hist. Ass'n, Am. Secular Union,
Nat. B'd of Censorship of Motion Pictures (Exec.
Com.). Trustee People's Inst., Child Welfare Com.,
Brooklyn Com. on Recreations, Brooklyn Soc. for
Ethical Culture, Moravian Hist. Soc. Address: 384
Washington Av., Brooklyn, N. Y.


Banker; b. Hamburg, Germany, Jan. 14, 1871; s.
Moritz and Charlotte (Oppenheim) Warburg; ed. pub-
lic and high schs. of Hamburg; m. 1895, Frieda Schiff;
five children. Entered banking house of M. M. War-
burg & Co., later in banking business in Frankfort;
now mem. firm Kuhn, Loeb & Co., bankers, N. Y. City.
Dir. Nat. Surety Co.; trustee Prussian Life Ins. Co.,
of Berlin; mem. Chamber of Commerce. Mem. Met. Mu-
seum of Art, N. Y. Elec. Soc, Am. Ueog. Soc, Numis-
matic Soc; trustee Am. Museum Natural History. Dir.
Charity Org'n Soc, N. Am. Civic League for Immi-
grants, Tuberculosis Preventorium for Children,
Babies' Hosp., Edn'l Alliance; trustee Jewish Theol.
Sem., Teachers' Coll.; pres. and dir. Y. M. Hebrew
Ass'n. Clubs: Lotos, Lawyers, Century Country (dir.),
Rumson Country (dir.). Residence: 1109 Fifth Av.
Address: 52 William St., N. Y. City.


Pres. Park B'd of N. Y. City, and Comm'r of Parks;
b. N. Y. City, March 17, 1876; s. Thomas Wren and
Sophia (Howard) Ward; A.B., Harvard, 1898; studied
Harvard Law Sch.; admitted to the bar, 1903, and
practised until Dec, 1905. Appt'd Auditor-Gen. of
Porto Rico, Dec. 15, 1905; Sec. of State of Porto Rico,



Aug. 25, 1909; delegate to report on conditions in
Haiti and Santo Domingo; elected Pres. of Exec. Coun-
cil (Senate) of Porto Rico; was chm'n of Franchise
and Public Service Comm'n; became Acting Gov. of
Porto Kico, Sept. 12, 1909. Appt'd mem. of U. S.
delegation to the Fourth Pan. -Am. Congress in Buenos
A>ies, April, 1910; appt'd U. S. Comm'r to Chile, Sept.,
1910. Republican; mem. of the County Com. Mem.
Am. Acad, of Polit. and Social Science; Am. Polit.
Science Ass'n; Acad, of Polit. Science of City of N. Y.,
Am. Ass'n for Labor Legislation; Pan. -Am. Soc. of
U. S. ; Spanish-American Athenaeum of Washington.
Clubs: University, Harvard, Republican, Ibero-Ameri-
c.ano, Underwriters Whitehall (N. Y. City), Metro-
politan, Cosmos, Chevy Chase (Washington, D. C).
Address: University Club, N. Y. City.


Artist, genre painter; b. Urbana, Ohio, Feb. 24, 1839;
s. John A. and Elizabeth (Macbeth) Ward; ed. Miami
Acad., A.M. degree; art studies in Schs. of Nat. Acad,
of Design, N. Y. City and Ecole des Beaux Arts. Has
exhibited frequently at exb'ns of Nat. Acad, of Design in
Salons at Paris, Centennial, World's Columbian, Pan-
Am. and La. Purchase Exp'ns. Prof, in Nat. Acad.
Design. Academician of Nat. Acad, since 18S3. Ad-
dress: 51 W. 10th St., N. Y. City.


Organist; educator; b. Wysox, Pa., Oct. 7, 1872; s.
Cyrenus Osborne and Stella A. (Owen) Ward; ed.
High Sch. of Washington, D. C, Columbia Univ., N.
Y 'fellow in music, Columbia Univ., 1902-1903; m.
Washington, D. C, Feb. 24, 1897, May Louise Corby.
Organist Columbia Univ., 1902-1913; choirmaster and
organist Ch. of Holy Trinity, N. Y., since 1906; Rye
Presby'n Ch., Rye, N. Y., 1900-1905; organist Temple
Israel since 1902; Asso. in music Columbia Univ.,
since 1909. Author: Sonata for Violin and Piano,
Rhapsody for Violin and Piano, The Saviour of the
World (Ltnten Cantata), The Divine Birth (Christ-
mas Cantata), also sings, piano, organ and violin
pieces. Presby'n.. Asso. Am. Guild of Organists; ac-
tive mem. Tonkunstler Soc. of N. Y., Nat. Ass'n of
Organists. Club: Musicians. Residence: 430 W. 118th
St. Address: Columbia Univ., N. Y. City.


Clergyman; b. Lowell, Mass., May 23, 1859; s. Sul-
livan L. and Mary (Morgan) Ward; student at Har-
vard, 2 years, class 1881; A B, Dartmouth, 1882, A.M.,
1884; Boston Univ. Law Sch., LD.B., 1885; B.D., And-
over Theological Seminary; post-grad, work Johns
Hopkins (D.D., Dartmouth, 1900; DL.D., Rollins Coll.,
1903); m June 15, 1896, Emma Merriam Spragne.
Admitted to Mass. bar; sec. Internat. Soc. of Christian
Endeavor, 1885-1889; pres. Rollins Coll., Winter Park,
Fla, 1895-1903; pastor in charge of Royal Poinciana
Chapel, Palm Beach, Fla., Winters, since 1900; pres.
Wells Coll., Aurora, N. Y., 1903-1912. V.-p. Am.
Humane Soc. Residence: (Winter): Palm Beach, Fla.
(Summer): 452 Fletcher St., Lowell, Mass. Address:
Aurora, N. Y.


Lawyer- b Belvedere, 111.; s. George P. and Delia
(McGrevey) Ward; ed. Clinton Liberal Inst., Fort
Pljin N Y. and Cornell Univ.; m. Troy, N. Y., Oct.
16 ' 1895, Evelyn Palmer (died April 29, 1907); one
d : Emily, b. 1897. Admitted to bar State of N. Y.,
April, 1893. Engaged in practise of law since July,
1893 at Dolgeville, Herkimer County, N. Y. Dist Att y
of Herkimer County, 1901-1907; County Judge and Sur-
rogate Herkimer Co., since 1906. Engaged in mf'g felt
shoes and slippers at Dolgeville, N. Y. for past 12
vear= Dir. 1st Nat. Bank of Dolgeville. Republican.
Mem" N. Y. State Bar Ass'n, N. Y. State Hist. Soc,
Royal Arcanum, Elks, I.O.O.F. Address: 15 y 2 W. Main
St., Little Falls, N. Y.


Lawyer; b. Washington, D. C, Jan. 20, 1871; s.
Hamilton and Mary A. (Chamberlain) Ward; m. Feo.
18 1903, Grace E. Marsh; children: Hamilton, b. Feb.
25' 1905 John C, b. June 20, 1906, Mary, b. March 26,
1910 Grace b. Oct. 28, 1912. Admitted to bar of N.
Y., Oct. 1892. Ass't dist. att'y of Erie County, 1903-
1907- resigned to enter Spanish War; capt. Co. L. 202d
N Y Vol Inf. July 23, 1898-April 15, 1899; Super-
visor 20th ward, Buffalo, 1901-1905; comd'r-in-chief
United Spanish War Veterans, 1907. Residence: 307
Llnwood Av. Address: 7 Erie County Bank Bld'g,
Buffalo, N. Y.

Jurist: b. N. Y. City, April 19, 1851; s. Henry Dana
and Charlotte (Galbraith) Ward; grad, Univ. of Pa.,
1870- m. Newport, R. I.. Aug. 13, 1891, Mabel Mar-

quand; children: Galbraith, b. 1892, Marquand, b. 1894.
Engaged in the practice of law until appt'd in 1907
to present office of judge of Circuit Court of the
U. S. for the 2d Circuit. Clubs: University Century,
Down Town. Address: 1018 Madison Av., N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Brooklyn, N. Y., Feb. 20, 1859; s. John
Seely and Harriet (Foster) Ward; ed. St. Paul's Soh.,
Concord, N. H., Colum'bia Coll., class 1882, Columbia
Law Sch., Ph.B., LL.B., 1883; post-grad, course 2
years, Soli, of Polit. Science; m. N. Y. City, Oct. 4,
1885, Medeleine McLean. Admitted to N. Y. Bar, 18S4,
practising alone. Made nine trips abroad; appt'd to
investigate inst'ns in France, Germany and England
for care of dependent and delinquent children, and
published report in order to bring about change of
methods of caring for children by N. Y. Juvenile
Asylum, 1897? made investigations of all hosps. in
France for care of children suffering from non-pul-
monary tuberculosis in order to bring about estab-
lishment of similar hosp. in U. S., the result being the
opening of Sea Breeze Hosp. by the Ass'n for Improv-
ing Condition of Poor; also one at Rockaway. Made
gp'l investigation of public baths in large cities in U.
S. and London. Served on B'd of Trustees of N. Y.
State Hosp. for Treatment of Incipient Tuberculosis
(appt'd by Gov. Odell) ; tendered by Gov. Higgins mem.
State Comm'n of Prisons, and by Gov. Hughes mem.
B'd of Parole, but unable to accept. Republican;
Episcopalian. Mem. Nat. Inst, of Social Sciences (re-
ceived medal for distinctive social service); vestry-
man St. George's P. E. Ch. ; v.-p. N. Y. Juvenile Asy-
lum, N. Y. Ass'n for Improving Condition of Poor;
treas. Prison Ass'n of N. Y. ; trustee Seamen's Ch.
Inst., Soc. of St. Johnland; v.-p. N. Y. P. E. Soc. Mis-
sion, Recreation Alliance of N. Y.- trustee N. Y. Dis-
pensary. Mem. East Side Relief Work Com., Feder-
ation of East Side Workers, Federation of Churches
and Christian Org'ns (pres. many years), Soc. for
Study of Tuberculosis, Nat. Council of Brotherhood
of St. Andrew, Gen. Corns, of Laymen's Missionary
.Movement, and various corns, of Charity Org'n Soc.
Clubs: Union League, N. Y. Yacht, Church. Resi-
dence: 60 E. 81st St. Address: 1 Broadway, N. Y. City


Physician; b. N. Y. City, June 8, 1842; s. Lebbeus
Baldwin and Abby Dwight (Partridge) Ward; ed. pri-
vate schs. of N. Y. City; grad. Columbia Univ., A.B.,
1861, A.M., 1864; Georgetown Univ., M.D., 1864; Union
Univ., Ph.D., 1882; m. 1st, N. Y. City, Oct. 10, 1871,
Nina A. Wheeler (died 1883); 2d, April 29, 1897, Grace
Fitz-Randolph Sohenck; Children: Nina P., Annie W.,
S. Dwight. In service of U. S. Sanitary Comm'n,
1862-1863; med. cadet in U. S. Army, 1863; ass't sur-
geon U. S. Vols., 1864; resigned from army, 1865, and
studied in Paris until 1866, in practice in N. Y. City
until 1876; surgeon Presby'n Hosp., 1870-1873; prof, of
anatomy Women's Med. Coll., 1867-1870; prof, surgery,
1870-1876; in practice Albany, N. Y., since 1876. Mem.
and dean Faculty of Albany Med. Coll.; sec. and treas.
B'd Trustees State Normal Coll.; attending physician
to Albany Hosp. Pres. Upper Saranac Ass'n, B'd
Trustees Dudley Observatory; mem. B'd Trustees Al-
bany Acad, for Girls, B'd Govs. Albany Hosp. Mem.
Albany County Med. Soc., N. Y. State Med. Soc, Ass'n
Am Physicians, Nat. Geog. Soc, Mil. Order Loyal
Legion. Clubs: Fort Orange. Albany Country. Ad-
dress: 281 State St., Albany, N. Y.


Banker, merchant; b. Bloomfield, N. J., June 9, 1842;
s Israel C. and Almeda (Hanks) Ward; ed. Williams
Coll ; m. Bloomfield, N. J., 1870, Elizabeth C. Potter;
three children. Pres. Bloomfield Savings Inst'n; mem.
firm Cornell & Ward, N. Y., mem. N. Y. Produce Ex-
change; also engaged in mf'g of paper. Served 3
terms as chm'n of Town Council. Republican; Pres-
by'n. Mem and sec Advisory B'd of Mountainside
Hosp., Montclair, N. J.; mem. B'd of Trade. Residence:
Bloomfield, N. J. Address: 160 Franklin St., X. Y.


Clergyman, editor; b. Abington, Mass., June 25,1835;
s. Rev. James Wilson and Hetta Lord (Hayes) Ward;
ed by father, one graduating term at Phillips And-
over Acad., 1852, Amherst, A.B., 1856, Andover Theol.
Sem. 1859; D.D., N. Y. Univ. and Amherst, DL.D., Am-
herst; m. Sudbury, Mass., 1859, Ellen Maria Dickinson;
one son: Herbert Dickinson Ward, writer. Tutor in
sciences, Beloit Coll., Wis., 1857-1858; pastor of
churches in Oskaloosa and Grasshopper Falls, Kan.,
1859-1860; teacher of science, Easthampton Sem.,
Mass 1860-1861, in Utica Free Acad., 1862-1865; prof.
Latin Ripon Coll., Wis., 1865-1S67; asso. editor of The



Independent, 1S6S-1S70; superintending editor till
1897; since then editor. Dir. Wolfe Expd'n to Baby-
lonia, 1884-1SS5. Author: Cylinders and Other Ancient
Oriental Seals in the Library of J. Pierpont Morgan;
The Seal Cylinders of Western Asia. Has written many
articles on Oriental art and made collections of Ori-
ental seal cylinders for Met. Museum of Art. Has
devoted much time to federation of Christian
churches and to union of denominations as chm'n
Cong'l Nat. Council's Com. on Unity and Federation.
Republican; Congregationalist. V.-p. and ex-pres.
Am. Oriental Soc. ; dir. Soc. Biblical Literature and
exegesis, and mem. several archaeol. societies; mem.
Am. Missionary Ass'n, Cong'l Ch. Building Soc, Am.
Bible Soc, Federal Council of Churches of Christ in
America. Recreations: Archaeology, botany. ' Clubs:
Authors', Congregational. Residence: Stone House,
Abington Av., Newark, N. J. Office: The Independent,
119 W. 40th St., N. Y. City.


Banker; b. N. Y. City, Sept. 16, 1838; s. Robert and
Jane (Williams) Wardell; ed. public sch., Eatontown,
N. J., and Ocean Inst., near Eatontown; m. .Uatawan,
N. J., Aug. 26, 1875, Mary Elizabeth Simpson. Clerk
in wholesale dry goods store, N. Y., 1857; clerk in B.
C. White's Store, Eatontown, 1S61-1S62; clerk in
Farmers and Merchants' Nat. Bank, Matawan, N. J.,
1864; elected cashier, 1873. Treas. Matawan Bld'g &
Loan Ass'n. Private in Co. A, 29th Reg't, N. J. Vols.,
1862-1S63: comm'r Borough of Matawan, N.' J. many
years. Republican; trustee Presby'n Ch. Sec. Mata-
wan Literary Soc. Recreation: Bicycle riding. Ad-
dress: Matawan, N. J.


Editor-in-Chief N. Y. Press; b. Salt Lake City,
Utah, Dec. 25, 1865; s. George and Mary Virginia
(Ervin) Wardman; ed. Phillips Exeter (N. H.) Acad,
and Harvard, A.B., 1S88. On editorial staff of N. Y.
Tribune, 1SSS-1S95; mn'g editor N. Y. Press, 1895-
1896; since 1S96 editor and publisher same and v.-jp.
and dir. N. Y. Press Co., Lt'd. Served in Spanish-Am.
War as 1st lieut. 202d Inf., N. Y. Vols., and a. d. c. to
Maj.-Gen. Brooke, U. S. A., in Porto Rico campaign.
Author: The Princess Olga, novel (Harper's), etc.
Clubs: Harvard, University, Pelham Country, Hugue-
not Yacht (New Rochelle). Address: N. Y. Press, N.
Y. City; appt'd State Architect, Oct. 15, 1907, by Gov.


Banker and broker: b. Dresden. Yates Co., N. Y'.,
April 2, 1850; s. Timothy Fales and Mary Blair (Dox)
Ward well; ed. St. Paul's School, Concord, N. H., Ho-
bart Coll., 1S73, M.A.; m. New Hamburg, N. Y., Dec.
17, 1874, Florence St. John; children: Florence, b. Feb.
22, 1876, Rosalie (now wife of Rev. Alleyne Carleton
Howell), b. July 14, 1879; Alice Dox, b. Aug. 27, 1885;
Dorothea Fales, b. Sept. 21, 18S7; Mary Blair, b.
June 20, 1S90. Senior partner Wardweli & Adams,
bankers and brokers, and mems. of N. Y. Stock Ex-
change. Democrat until 1896. Episcopalian; trustee
Ch. of Holy communion, 6th Av. and 20th St.; senior
warden St. Mary's Ch., Springfield Centre, N. Y. Mem.
Colonial Order of Acorn, Sigma Phi fraternity. Recre-
ations: Farming, sheep breeding and country life
generally. Clubs: Metropolitan, Down Town, Stock
Exchange Lunoheon Residences: Town: 53 E. 77th
St., N. Y. City; country: Pineihurst, Springfield Centre,
Otsego Co., X. Y'. Address: 111 Broadway, N. Y. City.


Architect; b. N. Y., 1873; s. James E. and Edith C.
Backus; children: Franklin B. b. 1873, Grace H., b. 1874,
Univ., Ph.B., 1894; m. N. Y. City, June 11, 1903, Grace
Imlach. Corporal Co. B, 7th Reg't, N. G. N. Y. Mem.
B'd of Aldermen, 1902-1905, 31st Aldermanic Dist.. N.
Y. City; appt'd State Architect, Oct. 15, 1907, by Gov.
Charles E. Hughes. Mem. firm of F. B. & A. Ware,
architects; dir. Ware Realty Co. Trustee B'd of Mg'rs,
East Side Branch, Y.M.C.A. Republican; Presby'n.
Mem. Phi Delta Theta fraternity. Clubs: Republican.
Horse Shoe Harbor Yacht (Darchmont). Residence:
309 West End Av. Address: 1170 Broadway, N. Y. City.


Architect: b. N. Y. City, July 16, 1846; s. John P.
and Eliza (Alvord) Ware; grad. Coll. City of N. Y
1864; m. N. Y. City, Mav 14, 1872, Edith Cordelia
Backus; children: Franklin B., b. 1873, Grace H., b. 1874,
Arthur, b. 1876. Anna G., b. 1S82. James Foster, b. 18S6,
Edith Gladys, b. 1888. Practising architect since 1870;
took great interest in movements for reformation of
tenement houses, planning and construction, received
first prizes in two public competitions in this line
which influenced practical reforms. Especially inter-
ested in designing churches, armories, fireproof ware-
houses, improved dwellings, for working classes, sch.

buildings, city and country dwellings, and hotels.
Head of firm James E. Ware & Sons. Has traveled in
Great Britain and the Continent. Served in 7th Reg't,
X.G.N.Y'., 1864-1887, in every grade to 2d lieut. Repub-
lican; Presby'n. Trustee Industrial Christian Alli-
ance (treas.), Manhattan Savings Inst'n. Fellow and
mem. Inst, of Architects; mem. Architectural League,
N. Y. Chapter of Am. Inst, of Architects. Residence:
12S5 Madison Av. Address: 1170 Broadway, N. Y. City.


Surgeon; b. N. Y. City, June 24, 1869; s. Jacob W.
and Fedora (Wiener) Ware; ed. Public School 74, N.
Y. City, Coll. City of N. Y., A.B., 1889, Coll. Phys. and
Surg. (Columbia) M.D., 1892; m. Nov. 12, 1903, Elsie
Oppenheimer; one son: Jack O.. b. 1905. Visiting sur-
geon to Good Samaritan Dispensary since 1896; ad-
junct surgeon Mt. Sinai Hosp., 1904; chm'n Genito-
urinary Gen. Section, Acad, of Medicine, 1907. Au-
thor: Plaster of Paris and How to Use It, and'various
articles in genito-urinary surgery. Address: 27 E.
81st St., N. Y. City.


Actor; b. San Francisco, Nov. 28, 1865; s. Gustave
and Louise (Shindler) Warfield; ed. in public schools;
m. N. Y. City, Oct. 5, 1S99, Mary Bradt. Has starred
in The Music Master, 1904-1905, 1905-1906, 1906-1907.
A Grand Army Man, 1907-1908-1909. Revival of The
Music Master, 1910. Address: Belasco i neatre, A'. Y.


Lawyer; b. Prattsburgh, N. Y., Jan. 24, 1876; s.
Myron F. and Frances Helena (Greene) Warfield;
grad. Hamilton Coll., A.B., 1896, Columbian Univ. (now
George Washington) Law Sch., Washington, D. C.
Former Examiner U. S. Patent Office; mem. firm of
Duell, Warfield & Duell, att'ys and counsellors. Pres-
by'n. Mem. Sigma Phi fraternity, Phi Beta Kappa
Alumni, N. Y. City, A.A.A.S. Clubs: Ardsley, Down
Town, University, Union League, St. Nicholas, Apa-
wamis, Squadron A, Fort Schuyler (Utica). Resi-
dence: 185 Madison Av. Address: 2 Rector St., N. Y.


Banker; founder and pres. Continental Trust Co.,
Baltimore; chm'n B'd of Dirs. Seaboard Air Line R'y;
b. Baltimore Co.. Md., 1865; s. Henry Mactier and
Anna (Emory) Warfield. Chm'n org'n com. which ac-
quired and constructed railroad properties now con-
stituting Seaboard Air Line R'y (was voting trustee,
dir. and mem. Exec. Com.; later resigned), when i -
board went into receivership, was appt'd one of re-
ceivers, and as such, turned road back to stockholders,
continuing as dir. and chm'n of Exec. Com. In 1912
organized and headed syndicate "which acquired, prac-
tically, a majority of stock of Seaboard, now chm'n
B'd of Dirs. and chm'n Exec, and Finance Corns. Or-
ganized syndicate which purchased electric light
properties of Baltimore, -later purchased the Con-
solidated Gas Co., consolidated both into Consolidated
Gas Electric Light & Power Co. of Baltimore, and
became chm'n of B'd; prominent in development of
Susquehanna River for electric power purposes and
secured contract which brought that power into Balti-
more; was dir. and mem. Exec. Com. Mo. Pacific R. R.
and of Western Md. R. R. (resigned); interested N. Y.
and Boston bankers in financing and taking mg*mt of
affairs of Internat. Cotton Mills, largest cotton mf'g
concern in U. S. Organizer and pres. Southern Settle-
ment & Development Org'n. working without profit
for settlement of vacant lands of South, and upbuild-
ing of Southern States. Pres. and dir. Continental
Trust Co.; dir. and chm'n B'd, Seaboard Air Dine R'y;
lir. Md. Nat. Bank, Consolidated Gas. Electric Light <&
Power Co., Internat. Cotton Mills, Consolidation Coal
Co. Youngest man ever nominated for mayor of Bal-
timore, put up by Independent Democrats and en-
dorsed by Republicans; defeated by org'n Democrat;
appt'd postmaster of Baltimore by Pres. Cleveland,
1894, reappt'd by Pres. McKinley, served through part
of Pres. Roosevelt's term and asked to be relieved.
Treas. Municipal Art Soc, mem. Md. Hist. Soc. Clubs:
Maryland, Baltimore, Baltimore Yacht, Elkridge Ken-
nels, Merchants (Md.), Carroll Island (pres.), Wood-
mont, Metropolitan (Wash., D. C), Nat. Arts, Down
Town, Recess, Railroad (N. Y.). Residence: 34 Preston
St., E. Address: The Continental Trust Co., Balti-
more, Md.


Banker, broker; b Philadelphia, Pa., Jan. 29, 1873;
s. Orville Taylor and Hester A. (Griffith) Waring; ed.
Worcester, Mass.; m. Plainfield, N. J Oct., 1901,
Louisa Green Fisk: children: Louisa Fisk. b. 1005: Fisk
and Florence (twins), b. Sept. 10, 1911. With Standard



Oil Co., 3 years; Harvey Fisk & Sons, 2 years. Mem.
Edward Sweet & Co., bankers; dir. Plainfield Trust
Co., Pyrene Mf'g Co., Baltimore; v.-p. and dir. Cuban
Oil Co. Republican; Episcopalian. Clubs: Brook,
Union League, Calumet (v.-p.), Plainfield Country,
Riding and Driving. Watchung Hunt, Keswick Hunt
(Keswick, Va.). Address: 34 Pine St., N. Y. City.


Physician; b. Dundee, N. Y., May 7, 1858; s. Jacob
K and Mary A. (Piatt) Warner; ed. Hudson Kiver
Inst N Y. Homce. Med. Coll.; m. Watkins, N. Y.,
Aug' 12 1S85, Fanny Bailey; children: Stuart Durland,
b 1886, Genevieve, b. 18S8, Irene, b. 1890, Alan G., b.
1896 Mem. local State and Nat. med. socs. and med.
clubs. Club: Crescent Athletic. Address: 19 Scher-
merhorn St., Brooklyn, N. Y.


Capitalist; b. Van Buren, N. Y.. April 8, 1846; ed.
public schs.; m. Jordan, N. Y., 1875, Alice Emerick
(deceased). Pres. and dir. Warner Sugar Refining
Co ; Warner-Quinlan Asphalt Co.; dir. Cuba Co., Com-
mercial Bank of Syracuse, Corn Products Refining Co.;
3rd Nat. Bank of Syracuse. Trustee Syracuse Univ.
Residence: Syracuse, N. Y.


Manufacturing chemist; b. N. Y. City, June 6, 1875;
s Lucien Calvin and Keren (Osborne) Warner; grad.

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