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Lawyer and journalist; b. Fa'rfax Co., Va., July 12,
1826; ed. Pierpont Acad., Alexandria, Va., New London
and Chester Co., Pa.. Delaware Coll., and Yale Law
Sch., studied law in N. Y. City; m. 1st, 1846. Fitzina
H. Lyman (died 1S67) ; 2d. 1871. Fredericka H. L.
Weibezahl (died 1906). Admitted to bar 1847: elected
to Assembly from 3d Dist. of Kings Co., 1859. to 5th
Dist., 1862, speaker of Assembly, 1863; sp'l agent of
U. S. Treasury Dep't, 1864-1865, at Helena, Ark., Vicks-
btirg. Miss., and Memphis, Tenn.; after supervising
sp'l ag"t for S. C. and Ga., with office In Charleston;
U. S. Internal Revenue Collector for 3d Dist. of N. Y.
State, 1867, when was subjected to wrongful prose-
cution for alleged participation in whiskey frauds
of which was innocent, so that was ultimately liber-
ated by Pres. Grant, and it was certified by Comp-
troller of U. S. Treasury of final adjustment of official
accounts, 1872. that the gov't owed him a balance of
$2,119.4S, which was then paid him; 1871-1901 chief
editor in Albany, first of The Times, afterward The
Times-Union, and finally The Argus, from which re-
tired Sept. 1901; now sojourning in Germany, but re-
mains a citizen of the State of N. Y. Address: 10
Wieland-Strasse. Wiesbaden, Germany, or care The
Argus, Albany, N. Y.


Clergyman, editor; b. Preble, Cortland Co., X. Y.,
Aug. 29, 1852: s. James Alexander and Olive Adaline
(Betts) Calvert: grad. Univ. of Rochester, 1876, A.M.,
1879; Union Theol. Sem., N. Y., 1879; Shurtleff Coll.,
D.D.. 1894: m. N. Y. City, Dec. 10 1S85, Mary Dows
Mairs. Prin. High Sch.. McLean, N. Y., 1871-1872;
took Freshman Math, prize and Junior Greek prize,
Univ. of Rochester; licensed to preach. Mar. 20, 1875;
ordained to Bapt. ministry Oct. 19, 1880; corr. sec.

L8T9-1886. and pres. 1886-1907 of Bapt. Missionary
Conv. of State of N. Y.; ass't pastor of Calvary Bapt.
Ch N. V., 1881-1887: bought Baptist Weekly, N. Y.,
Feb., 1888; changed name to The Christian Inquirer,
was pres. of publishing co. and editor of Inquirer
seven years; The Inquirer was consolidated with The
Examiner. March. 1895. becoming stockholder and one
of editors of The Examiner. Trustee Univ. of
Rochester since 1899, and of Cook Acad, since 1900.
Pres. B'd of Trustees Cook Acad, since 1005. Pres.
Phi Beta Kappa, Univ. of Rochester, 1899-1900; pres.
N. Y. Alumni Ass'n Univ. of Rochester, 1898-1900; pres.
.Bapt. Social Union, N. Y. (pres. 1904-1905); mem. Delta
Kappa Epsilon and Phi Beta Kappa; pres. Cortland
Co. Soc. of N. Y., 1910, and Am. Seamen's Friend Soc,
since 1910. Compiled (with Edwin A. Bedell) The
Church Hymnary for Bapt. churches. Mem. Genesee
Soc. Clubs: Baptist, Ardsley, Quill. Residence: Irving-
ton-on-Hudson. N. Y. Address 201 W. 57th St.. N.
Y. City.


Banker; b. Philadelphia. Oct. 16, 1871; s. James M.
and Mary A. (Kilpatrick) Calwell; ed. public schs.,
and high sch.; m. Philadelphia, Pa., Eleanor Parker;
children: Eleanor, b. 1904; Ruth, b. 1909; Mary, b.
1911. Started business as clerk in bank; ass't cashier,
1900; cashier, 1902; v.-p., 1909; pres. since 1910, of Corn
Exchange Nat. Bank, Philadelphia. Dir. Philadelphia
Warehousing & Cold Storage Co., Central Trust &
Savings Co. Republican: Methodist. Clubs: Union
League, Down Town, Old York Country. Residence:
Ashton Road. Holmesburg. Address: Corn Exchange
Nat. Bank, Philadelphia, Pa.


Physician; b. Philadelphia, Pa., Aug. 6. 1868; s. Will-
lam and Ellen (Mcllvaine) Camac; grad. Univ. of Pa.,
A.B., 1892, M.D., 1895; post.grad. work Johns Hopkins
Hosp. and foreign studies, Guy Hospital Med. Sch.,
and Oxford, Eng., 1895-1899; m. Cold Spring-on-Hud-
son. Nov. 17. 1897, Julia Augusta Metcalfe; children:
Harriet Julia, to. Nov., 1901; Eva, to. Oct., 1903. En-
gaged in practice of medicine, N. Y. City, since 1897;
held edn'l positions Univ. of Pa., Johns Hopkins and
Cornell Univs., in medical branches; formerly prof,
of clinical medicine, Cornell Univ. Med. Coll.. N. Y.
City; now ass't prof, clinical medicine Columbia Univ.,
Coll. of Phys. and Surg., N. Y. City; also physician to
City Hosp.. N. Y. City. Contb'r to various medical
journals. Mem. Am. Med. Ass'n, State and Co. Med.
Ass'ns, Acad, of Medicine, Ass'n Am. Physicians In-
terurban Clinical Soc, Phila. Acad. Nat. Sciences, Delta
Psi fraternity. Club: University (N. Y. City). Ad-
dress: 128 E. 60th St.. N. Y. City.


Lawyer; to. Charleston, S. C, March 9, 1849; grad.
Yale Coll., 1869. Counsel N. Y. Telephone Co. Clubs:
Yale, University, Church (N. Y. City), Hamilton, Ex-
celsior. Residence: 162 W. 54th St. Address: 15 Dey
St., N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Albany. N. Y.. June 1. 1S59: s. Truman
D. and Elizabeth (Flagler) Cameron; ed. Albany Acad.,
Union Coll., Albany Law Sch., A.B., A.M.. LL.B.; m.
Newark, N. J., April 2, 1891, Jeannie Armsby Dean;
children: Jean Elizabeth, b. 1S93; Josephine Dean. b.
1895; Fredericka. b. 1898. Made a specialty of patent
law; has been engaged in many important litigations
in various parts of this country and Canada. In 1902
had a case before Privy Council of Great Britain,
which was an appeal from the highest Canadian
Court; although largely engaged in patent cases, has
had gen. practice in toth State and Federal courts.
Dir. Albany Exchange Savings Bank of Albany;
trustee Chamber of Commerce, Albany. Democrat;
Presby'n. Trustee Homoeopathic Hosp., Fairview Home
for Friendless Children, First Presby'n Church, Union
Coll., Albany Law Sch. Mem. Albany Co. Bar Ass'n,
State Bar Ass'n, Am. Bar Ass'n. Patent Bar Ass'n of
Wash., D. C. Recreation: Horseback riding. Clubs:
Fort Orange, University, Country, Burns (Albany),
University (N. Y. City). Residence: 34 Elk St. Ad-
dress: First Nat. Bank Bld'g, Albany, N. Y.

Real estate broker; b. Bologna, Italy; s. Lulgi and
Fantini Campagnoli; grad. Univ. of Bologna, D.S.Sc;
m. Milan, Italy, 1889, Carolina Brighetti; children;
Gino, b. 1S92; Ugo, b. 1894; Julio, b. 1896. Pres. and
treas. Sovereign Realty Co. Clutos: Automobile. Club
Di Milano. Address: 45 W. 34th St., N. Y. City.

Educator; b. Litchfield, N. H., Sept. 28, 1850; s. Smith
and Sophia (Hills) Campbell; attended Mt. Vernon



(N. H.) Acad., Bridgewater Normal Sch., Dartmouth
Coll., A.B., A.M.; Univ. of Vt., Ph.D.; Leipzig Univ.;
m. 1st Westport, Mass., Nov. 29, 1877, Hattie Win-
chester; 2d, Hyde Park, Mass., July 20, 1893, Marian
B. Blake; children: Hattie Louise, b. Oct. 11, 1880;
Carroll Alfred, b. June 5, 1882; Alice Cary, March 26,
1887; Doris Eleanor, lb. Aug. 25, 1897. Principal Normal
Schs. in Vt. and N. H. 15 years; sup't in Mass. and
Conn, several years; principal Campbell Sch. for girls,
since 1903; v. -p. and dean Home Correspondence Sch.,
and mg'r Am. Teachers' Agency since 1907. Lectured
on edn'l and popular subjects; spent three seasons in
Europe, and one year in univs., making study of school
system. Republican; Congregationalism Mem. Nat.
Edn'l Ass'n, Am. Teachers' Inst., N. E. Normal Council
(pres.), N. E. Sup'ts Ass'n; fellow Soc. of Literature,
Science and Art, London. Trustee or dir. in many
local inst'ns. Recreations: Golf, automobillng, chess.
Addresses: Campbell Sch., Windsor, Conn., and Spring-
field, Mass.


Physician; to. Wiltshire, England., Oct. 27, 1843; s.
John and Rachel (Frampton) Campbell; grad. Colum-
bia Coll., 1S65; Coll. Phys. and Surg., N. Y. City, 1873:
m. 1st, -N. Y. City, 1873, Mary L. Cuthell; 2d, Mount
Vernon, N. T.. 1880, Emma A. Cuthell; 3d, 1911, Ella
Seaman Reynolds; children: Murray, b. Dec. 1, 1881;
Archibald Brush, b. Feb. 1, 1891. In practice of medi-
cine and surgery since 1873. Pres. Mount Vernon
Trust Co., since org'n, 1903; pres. Mount Vernon Safe
Deposit Co.; trustee Eastchester Savings Bank; pres.
Med. B'd Mount Vernon Hosp., consulting physician
Mount Vernon Hosp. and Home for Incurables; for
many years attending physician N. Y. Infant Asylum.
Pres. B'd of Health, 1903-1909; ex-mem. B'd of Ed'n.
Republican; Episcopalian; warden Trinity Ch. Mem.
Am. Med. Ass'n, Med. Soc. State N. Y., Med. Soc. N.
Y. Co., Jenkins Med. Soc., Med. Jurisprudence, Med.
Surg. Soc, Psi Upsilon Fraternity. Recreation: Golf.
Address: 36 S. 1st Av., Mount Vernon, N. Y.


Lawyer; b N. Y. City, June 24, 1878; s. Douglas and
Harriet Bowers (Paige) Campbell; grad. Union Coll.,
Harvard Law Sch. Mem. firm Campbell, Harding &
Pratt; 1st U. S. Vol. Cav., Spanish-Am. War; Bar
Ass'n, Phi Beta Kappa and Sigma Phi fraternity;
Soc. Colonial Wars, Soc. of Cincinnati, Soc. War of
1812. Loyal Legion, Rough Rider Ass'n. Clubs: Union,
Knickerbocker Harvard. Meadow Brook. Residence:
65 W. 54th St., N. Y. City, and Cherry Valley, N. Y.
Address: 43 Exchange PI., N. Y. City.


Stock broker; b. Paterson, N. J., Oct., 1875; s. H. G.
and Margaret Ann (Prael) Campbell; grad. Yale Univ.,
Class 1897. Mem. firm H. G. Campbell & Co., bankers
and brokers, and mem. N. Y. Stock Exchange. Clubs:
Calumet, N. Y. Yacht, Atlantic Yacht, N. T. Athletic
and Ardsley. Residence: 34 Gramercy Park. Address:
11 Wall St., N. Y. City. .


Physician and surgeon; b. Drumacairney, Limavady,
County Londonderry, Ireland, Jan. 28, 1S59; s. John
and Mary (Eakin) Campbell; matriculated 1876 In
Queen's Coll., Galway, which, with those of Cork and
Belfast, formed Queen's Univ.; in 1878, after two
years there, went to the Zulu War; lived In S. Africa
five years, hunting, farming and fighting; returned to
Belfast and Paris to study; grad. Dublin Univ., 1889;
London, F.R.C.S. and L.R.C.P., 1889; M.A., Dublin, 1st
prize in natural history; m. Toungstown, Ohio, 1880,
Sarah d. Judge Peter A. Lam'bie, of the Court of Ap-
peals of Ohio; one son, James, b. Oct. 10, 1S93. En-
gaged in family practise as physician and surgeon.
Surgeon to French Hosp., St. Elizabeth Hosp. Mem.
N. Y. State Med. Ass'n, Am. Med. Ass'n, Physicians'
Mutual Aid Ass'n. N. )C. Acad. Medicine, Soc. Med.
Jurisprudence. While in South Africa took part in
several engagements in the Zulu War; afterward in
ostrich farming and raising fruit, sheep and cattle in
Africa; returned to finish arts course, and, later, medi-
cal studies. Recreations: Motoring, horseback riding,
lawn tennis, etc. Presbyterian. Mem. Masonic Order.
Club: Morristown Field. Home: Drum-a-Cairne,
Morristown, N. J. Address: 323 W. 22d St., N. Y. City.


Educator; b. Hyde Park, Mass., March 28, 1870; d.
Alpheus P. and Ruth (Peaslee) Blake; ed. Hyde Park
High Sch., Emerson Coll. of Oiratory, Boston, post-
grad, courses, and degree of Master of Oratory; at-
tended lectures in Leipzig Univ., Germany; m. Hyde
Park, Mass., July 20, 1893, Alfred H. Campbell. Instr.
Ward's Sem., Nashville, Tenn., later at Normal Sch.,
Johnson, Vt., and N. H. State Normal Sch.; asso. prin-

cipal Campbell Sch. Visited England, Scotland, Hol-
land, Germany, Italy and Switzerland for study. Con-
gregationalist. Dir. Windsor Public Library. Mem.
D. A. R. Clubs: Emerson Coll., Woman's (pres.).
Address: Campbell Sch., Windsor, Conn.


Associate prof, metallurgy; b. Newcastle-on-Tyne,
England. 1876; s. Thomas and Franciska (Albrecht)
Campbell; grad. Durham Univ., B.S., 1898, M.S., 1903,
D.S., 1905; Royal Sch. of Mines, 1899-1901; Royal Exb'n
(1851) scholar "1899-1902; Columbia Univ., 1901, Ph.D..
1903, M.A., 1905; fellow in metallurgy, 1902; Barnard
fellowship, 1903-1904; Carnegie scholar, Iron and Steel
Inst., 1902; instr. in metallurgy and lecturer in geol-
ogy, Durham Univ., England, 1898-1899; since 1903
sp'l lecturer, Dep't Geology; 1904, instr. in metallurgy;
1907, adjunct prof., and 1910, asso. prof., Columbia
Univ.; appt'd metallographer, U. S. Bureau of Mines-
corr. mem. Canadian Mining Inst.; fellow Geol Soc
London; life mem. Am. Inst. Mining Eng'rs; mem.
Am. Soc. Testing Materials, Internat Soc. Testing Ma-
terials, Iron and Steel Inst, of Great Britain; fellow
N. Y. Acad, of Sciences; mem. Univ. of Durham Philos
Soc, Shaw Medal, Newcastle section, Soc, Chem. In-
dustry, 1903, Lodge of Industry, No. 48, England, Co-
lumbia Chapter of Acacia. Club: Columbia Univ. Ad-
dress: Columbia Univ., N. Y. City.


Physician and surgeon; b. Brooklyn, N. Y., Nov. 7,
1S65; s. Alexander and Catherine Amelia (Bennett)
Campbell; grad. N. Y. Univ., A.B., 1887; L. I. Coll
Hosp., M.D., 1892. Practising medicine and surgery
since graduation. Prof, anatomy, L. I. Coll. Hosp
major Med. Corps, surg. 2d Brigade, N.G.N. Y.; sur-
geon to Meth. Episcopal Hosp.; surgeon-in-chief Trin-
ity Hosp.; consulting surgeon to Jamaica, Coney
Island and Swedish Hosps. Served as 1st lieut. and
ass't surgeon 2d Signal Corps, N.G.N.Y., five years
resigned 1901. Author of work on Surg. Anatomy,
and Surg. Diseases of Children. Republican; Congre-
gationalist. Pres. Med. Soc. State of N. Y., Kings Co
Med. Soc; mem. Surg. Soc, Pathol. Soc. L. I. Med.
Soc, N. Y. Acad. Medicine, Brooklyn Med. Soc, Brook-
lyn Med. Club, Soc. of Ex-Internes Meth. Hosp., As-
sociated Physicians of L. I., Associated Physicians of
Greater N. Y., Physicians' Mut. Aid Soc, Am. Med.
Ass'n, Med. Soc. State of N. Y., Am. Ass'n of Anato-
mists. Past Master Montauk Lodge of Masons. Clubs-
Hamilton, University, Crescent Athletic, Union
League, Delta Upsilon, Royal Societies Club (London)
Address: 394 Clinton Av., Brooklyn, N. Y.


Banker; b. Brooklyn, N. Y.; s. Edward D. and Har-
riet (Martin) Candee; grad. Brooklyn Polytechnic,
1896; m. Brooklyn, N. Y., March 23, 1908, Marie Louise
Mayhew; one d.: Jeannette DeForest. Pres. and dir.
Federal Utilities (Inc.); v.-p. and dir. Central States
Electric Corp'n; dir. Republic R'y & Light Co., Elk
Horn Fuel Co. Clubs: Hamilton, Heights Casino,
Riding and Driving, Crescent Athletic, City Midday.
Recess, Piping Rock, Nassau Country, Locust Valley,
(L. I.). Address: 60 Broadway, N. Y. City.


Architect; b. Brooklyn, N. Y., May 8, 1873; s. Flamen
B. and Lillian (Welch) Candler; grad Columbia Coll.
Sch. of Mines, Ph.B., 1S95; grad. Ecole des Beaux
Arts, Paris Architecte Diplome par Government, 1902;
m. Bayport, L. I., Aug. 27, 1902. Beatrice de T. Post;
one d.: Edith Beatrice, b. Nov. 29, 1903. Studied and
traveled abroad, 1895-1902. Mem. Socifte des Archi-
tectes Diplomes, Beaux Arts Soc, Am. Inst, of Archi-
tects, French Inst, in U. S., Municipal Arts Soc, Sons
of Revolution, Delta Psi fraternity. Club: St. An-
thony. Residence: 142 E. 33d St. Address: 10 E. 33d
St., N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Cincinnati, Ohio, Dec 16, 1S3S: s. Samuel
Marsden and Elizabeth Cecelia (Ball) Candler; ed. N.
Y. Coll.; m. Brooklyn, N. Y., Oct. 18, 1865. M. Lillian
Welch; children: Robert W., b. 1868; Duncan, b. 1873;
Mrs. Edith C. Stebbins, b. 1876. Admitted to N. Y.
Bar, May, 1860, and has practised law in N. Y. City
ever since, and has occupied present offices since
1864. Was partner with Edgar S. Van Winkle, 17
years; now with Col. William Jay, and eldest son,
Robert W. Candler, forming firm of Jay & Candler,
having been partner with Col. Jay since 1868. Re-
publican; has been pres. Ward Ass'n of 1st, 7th and
20th Wards of Brooklyn. First pres. Dep't Law,
Brooklyn Inst. Arts and Sciences, holding position
several terms. Mem. for manv years B'd of Counsel
of L. I. Hist. Soc. Mem. (Dutch) Reformed Ch. Mem.
Ohio Soc (has been v.-p., one of govs., and chm'n



Exec. Com.), Sons of Revolution, N. Y. State Bar
Ass'n; charter mem. Bar Ass'n City of N. Y. Recre-
ation: Travelling: Club: Union League. Residence:
Woodmere, L. I. Address: 48 Wall St., N. Y. City.


Lawyer, prof, of law; b. N. Y. City, Aug. 21, 1854:
s. Albert Warren and Elizabeth I. H. (Bage) Canfleld;
grad. Phillips Exeter Acad., 1S71; Harvard Coll., 1875;
two years at German Univ.; grad. Harvard Law Sch.,
LL.B., 1SS0; m. 1st, Peekskill, N. Y., 1SS4, Sarah Klt-
tredge (died 1S97) ; 2d, Charleston. S. C, 1904, Frances
M. Marshall; children: George Dana, b. Jan. 5, 1887;
Muynard Marshall, b. Oct. 7, 1905; Robert Warren, b.
Sept. 15, 1907; Franklin Olmsted, b. Nov. S, 1910. Ad-
mitted to bar 1880; mem. law firm of Satterlee, Can-
field & Stone; prof, of law, Columbia Law Sch., Co-
lumbia Univ., N. Y. ; chm'n B'd Directors and gen.
counsel of the Bradstreet Co.; dir. and v.-p. Atlanta
& Charlotte Air Line R. R. Co.; dir. Eastern Michi-
gan Edison Co., Mont. Power Co., Building and Sani-
tary Inspection Co. Mem. Ass'n Bar City of N. Y.,
N. Y. State Bar Ass'n, Am. Bar Ass'n, Law Inst.,
Civil Service Reform Ass'n, Met. Museum of Art.
Mem. B'd Mg'rs and v.-p. State Charities Aid Ass'n;
trustee Soc. of St. Johnland. Clubs: CentuTy, Uni-
versity, Harvard, City, Down Town. Address: 49 Wall
St., N. Y. City.


Banker, merchant; b. Rondout, N. Y., June 10, 1S56;
s. Palmer A. and Mary B. (Von Beck) Canfleld; ed.
Ulster Acad., Rondout; Commercial Coll., Poughkeep-
sie, N. Y.; m. N. Chatham, N. Y., Feb. 20. 1884. S. E.
Harder; one d. Clerk in stove store, 1S75; became
prop'r, 1889. Pres. and organizer Canfleld Supply
Co., Kingston Hardware & Plumbing Co.; treas., mg'r
and organizer Canfleld Stove Co. Pres. since 1902,
and dir. since 1894, Rondout Nat. Bank; dir. Home
Seekers Co-operation Savings & Loan Ass'n. Repub-
lican; Presby'n (pres. and trustee of ch.). Royal
Arch Mason (dist. deputy grand master, 1898-1899,
master, 1894-1S98). Knight Templar, mem. Eastern
Star. Mem. B'd of Trade, Y.M.C.A. ; contributing mem.
Kingston City Hosp., Kingston City Library. Clubs:
Rondout, Rondout Yacht. Twaalfskill Golf, Ulster
Countv Republican. Residence: 72 McEntee St. Ad-
dress: 22 E. Strand St., Kingston, N. Y.


Director Chase Nat. Bank of N. Y.; b Delhi, N. Y
Sept. 27, 1850; ed. Delaware Acad., Delhi, N. Y., (hon.
A.M., Dartmouth Coll.); m. Jenny O. Curtis; children:
Henry White, Jr., George C. Engaged in banking;
mem Internat. Monetary Conf., Brussels, 1892; comp-
troller of the currency, U. S., 1884-1885. Chm'n B'd
of Directors, The Pacific Coast Co.; v.-p. and dir. U.
S. Guarantee Co.; dir. Guarantee Co. of N. America.
Mem. N. Y. Chamber of Commerce, Sons of Revolu-
tion. Clubs: Union League, Century, Players. Metro-
politan, Tuxedo, N. Y. Yacht, National Arts, Railroad
of N. Y., Cosmos (Washington, D. C). Residence:
288 Madison Av. Address: 10 Wall St., N. Y. City.


Banker; b. Delhi, Delaware Co., N. Y., 1858; s. George
B. and Ann E. Cannon; ed. N. Y. City schs. ; m. N. Y.
City, Charlotte B. Bradley. Engaged in banking in
N. Y. City since 1876. V.-p. Fourth Nat. Bank of N.
Y. until 1910; pres. since Aug. 1910; dir. Agr'l Credit
Co., Associates Land Co., Bankers Trust Co. of N. Y.
City, Fidelity Trust Co., Fifth Av. Bank of N. Y.,
Metropolitan Trust Co. of N. Y., Security Bank of N.
Y., Standard Milling Co., Transatlantic Trust Co. of
N. Y. City, U. S. Guarantee Co. of N. Y., U. S. Mort-
gage & Trust Co. of N. Y. City; trustee Associated
Simmons Hardware Cos., Franklin Savings Bank of
N. Y., U. S. Casualty Co. of N. Y.: chm'n Exec. Com.
Chamber of Commerce State of N. Y. ; chm'n B'd of
Dirs. H. W. Johns-Manville Co. Pres. B'd of Trus-
tees, Hahnemann Hosp., City of N. Y.; trustee N. Y.
Univ.; v.-p. and dir. Packard Commercial Sch.; treas.
and dir. Woodlawn Cemetery. Address: 20 Nassau St.,
N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Dover, Del., Aug. 22, 1865: s. Wilson L.
and Mary Elizabeth (Jump) Cannon; ed. Wilmington
Conf. Acad., Dover. Del.; Yale Univ., B.A., 1886; m.
N. Y. City, April 25. 1905, Elizabeth Martha Mingle.
Admitted to Delaware Bar, Oct., 1889; N. Y. Bar, Dec ; ,
1S90, and bas practised continuously since then in N.
Y. City. Republican: Methodist. Mem. Ass'n Bar City
of N. Y., Delaware Soc, City of N. Y. Residence: 235
W. 103d St. Address: 35 Nassau St., N. Y. City.


Lawyer, mem. Congress; b. N. Y. City, Dec. 6. 1854;
s. Henry and Hannah Cantor; ed. public and high

schs., N. Y. City; studied law in offices and Univ.
I..' v. Sch., LL.B., 1875; m. N. Y. City, Sept. 25, 1897,
Lydia Greenebaum. Admitted to bar, 1S76; since then
in continuous practise of law in N. Y. City. Elected
to Assembly from 21st Dist., N. Y. City, 1884, 1885,
1886; State Senator, 1882-1898; chosen unanimously by
associates as Dem. leader in State Senate, 1888, and
continued as such until retirement from Senate, 189S;
pres. of Senate and acting lieut.-gov., 1893-1894, and
chm'n Com. on Finance. Received votes for gov. In
Dem. State Conv. at Saratoga, 1902; since Jan. 1, 1904,
chm'n Com. of Highways and Parks of N. Y. City Im-
provement Comm'n, appt'd by mayor of N. Y. City.
Elected pres. Borough of Manhattan on Reform ticket,
1901. and served 1902-1904, declining renomination.
Elected mem. of Congress from 20th Cong, dist., Nov.
4, 1913. Residence: 9 W, 70th St. Address: 25 Broad
St., N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Malone, N. Y., Jan. 22, 1S66; s. William
P. and Olive (.Miles) Cantwell; grad. Union Coll.,
A.B., 1888; m. Malone, N. ., Jan. 22, 1895. Grace
Munger; children: John Miles, Jr., b. 1900; Ruth. b.
1903; Paul, b. 1909. Admitted to N. Y. Bar 1890; since
then practising at Malone, N. 1'.; mem. law Arm of
Cantwell & Cantwell. Dir. and sec. J. O. Ballard Co.
(mf'g corp'n); v.-p. Paul Smith's Electric Light,
'Power & Railroad Co. Democrat. Mem. Sigma Phi
fraternity and many Masonic org'ns. Clubs: Malone,
Malone Golf, Craftsman's. Address: Malone, N. Y.


Lawyer; b. Malone, N. Y., June 4, 1S54; s. William
P. and Olive (Miles) Cantwell; grad. Albany Law
Sch., 1S76; m. Nov. 4, 1880, Rebecca Barry; children:
Francis, b. 1883; Ann, b. 1891; Claribel, b. 1S92; Eliza-
beth, b. 1894. Admitted to bar, 1876; has large prac-
tice. Att'y for Rutland R.R. Co., Farmers' Nat. Bank
of Malone, Malone, N. Y., Malone Light & Power Co..
Franklin County Hydraulic Corp'n, Paul Smith's Elec-
tric Light, Power & R'y Co. Dir. People's Nat. Bank
of Malone. Corp'n counsel of Malone. Democrat.
Baptist; trustee 1st Baptist Ch. of Malone. Mem.
N. Y. State Bar Ass'n, Malone B'd of Ed'n; trustee
Franklin Acad., Malone Hosp. Ass'n. Recreations:
Automobiling, driving. Clubs: Malone, Malone Auto-
mobile. Address: Malone, N. Y.


Publisher; b. Binghamton, N. Y., June 28, 1878; s.
Rev. James W. and Leonora S. (Colt) Capen; grad.
Hobart Coll., A.B., class 1902; Columbia Univ., AM.,
class 1903. Author: Country Homes of Famous Amer-
icans. Mem. Kappa Alpha Soc. Clubs: Richmond
County Country, St. Nicholas, Aldine. Residence: 525
Park Av. Address: 381 Fourth Av., N. Y. City.


Singer, vocal teacher; b. Genoa, Italy, May 19, 1855;
s. Gerolamo and Anna CaFbone; ed. Municipal Con-
servatory of Music, Genoa, and grad. in art of sing-
ing with gold medal, 1875; m. Genoa, Italy, 1883, Lillv-
Cerbi; children: Mario, b. 1885; Linda, b. 1893; Aldo.
b. 1896; Edoardo, b. 1901. Engaged as leading singer
with grand opera companies in Milan, Rome, Turin.
Florence, Lisbon, Paris, London (Royal Italian Opera,
Covent Garden), Moscow. Calcutta, Cairo, etc. First
engagement in U. S. with Max Strakosh, in Gerster's
Grand Opera Co., afterward with Abbey's Patti Grand
Opera Co., and Campanini's Opera Concert Co., and.
1889-1899, was mem. Met. Grand Opera Co., N. Y. City,
in which he sang rales of "Bechmesser" in Die
Meistersinger, "Dr. Bartolo," in Barber of Seville,
and also in operas of Don Giovanni, Mignon, Linda
of Chamounix, Lakme, Marta, Carmen, Werter, Nozze
di Figaro, Lucia, etc. In Italy, created many char-
acters in grand opera, and in 1877 won in competi-
tion with many Italian singers to sing at classic per-
formances given at Comunale Theatre in Bologna,
of the opera II Matrimonio Segreto, by Cimorosa.
given by Com. of Centennial Music Exb'n. Studied
many years upon physiology of the voice, and science
of voice production. Gave first lesson in singing In
Moscow, Russia, 1885, and afterward engaged In
teaching in N. Y. City, in which profession is still
engaged. Address: ^Eolian Hall, 29 W. 42d St., N. Y.


Lawyer, mem. Congress; b. Brooklyn, N. Y., April
16, 1876; s. Michael H. and Ellen T. Carew; ed. public

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