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Henrietta (Pomeroy) Davison; grad. Greylock Inst., S.
Williamstown, Mass., 18S6; LL.D. Univ. of Pa., 1913; m.
Bridgeport, Conn., 1893, Kate Trubee; children: Tru-
bee, Henry Pomeroy, Jr.; Alice, Frances. Taught sch.
at age of 16. W'hile at Greylock Inst, worked on a
farm during vacations. Took position in banking firm
of uncle (Pomeroy Bros., Troy, Pa..), 1886-1888; came
to N. Y., later went to Bridgeport, Conn., where ob-
tained position as runner in Pequonnock Nat. Bank,
advancing until becoming teller. Resigned, 1891, to
accept position as receiving teller Astor PI. Nat. Bank,
N. Y. City; 6 months later promoted to paying teller;
became ass't cashier Liberty Nat. Bank, 1S94, cashier,
1895, v.-p 1898, pres. 1S99. Made v.-p. and dir. First
Xat. Bank. 1902. Dir. Bankers Trust Co., Guaranty
Trust Co., Astor Trust Co., Chemical Nat. Bank. Lib-
erty Nat. Bank, Am. Telephone & Telegraph Co., West-
ern Union Telepraph Co., Erie Railroad Co., Nat. Bank
of Commerce. N. Y. -Mem. J. P. Morgan & Co., Mor-



gan, Harjes & Co., Paris; Drexel & Co., Philadelphia;
Morgan, Greent'ell & Co.. London. Trustee Stevens
Technical Inst., Hoboken; Am. Nat. Red Cross. Mem.
Century Ass'n, Knights of the Order of the Crown of
Italy. Clubs: Metropolitan, Union League, N. Y. Yacht
(N. Y. City), Travelers (Paris), Jekyl Island. Ad-
dress: 12 W. 51st St., N. Y. City.

Farmer, expert U. 8. Statist. Ag'-t for X. Y. ; b. on
farm in Onondaga County, N. V., Sept. 10, 1803; ts.
William Walker and Charlotte A. (Lamsom hawley.
ed. in common schools and at Munro Collegiate Insti-
tute, Elbridge, X. Y. An accident resulting in a broken
skull prevented graduation, interrupted the study of
medicine which he had begun; m. Syracuse, N. Y., June
16, 1891, Carrie L. Barnes; children; Marion B.. Laura
A., Helen F., Katherine A., Lamson Eldred, Dorothy.
Took up breeding of fancy poultry and stock, and
built up establishment known as Dotshome Farms,
breeding and exhibiting fowls, cattle, and ponies, ami
winning highest honors in close competition. Began
lecturing at farmers' institutes, 1SS9, and was appt'd
State fertilizer inspector; in 1896, on civil service ex-
amination, was appt'd, under Gov. Levi P. Morton, as
dir. farmers' institutes, holding position 12 years; the
attendance was then 45,700 in year and had increased
to 149,500 in 1907. Built, 1905, the first iron frame
barn in America, was first to ship inoculated soil for
alfalfa, and has done more to introduce alfalfa in the
East than any other man. His Dotshome herds of cat-
tle, flocks of Cheviot, Persian fur bearing sheep, wild
turkeys, thoroughbred poultry and large alfalfa fields
are widely known, and attract many visitors. He has
visited every State in the Union, Mexico, Canada, Nova
Scotia and Newfoundland. Republican; Baptist. Was
secretary New York State Farmers' Leagne, 18S9-1891:
sec. State Poultry Soc. 1889-1894; treas. State Dairy-
men's Ass'n, 1896-1902, reorganized it in 1896 and made
it a success. Trustee Cornell Univ. since 1899; treas.
Am. Cheviot Sheep Soc. 1899-1909; sec. Central New
York Pomona Grange, 1894-1897; Master Syracuse
Grange, 1891-1892, and of Fayetteville Grange, 1905-
1913. Recreations: Trout fishing, hunting, horseback-
riding, training animals. Address: Dotshome Farm.
Fayetteville, N. Y.

Clergyman; b. North Wilna, N. Y.- s. James Henry
and Ophelia M. (Olds) Dawley; ed. Antwerp Acad..
Watertown High Sch., Hamilton Coll., A.B.,1875. LL.B..
1876; Colgate Theol. Sem., B.D., 1880, D.D., 1900; m.
Potsdam, N. Y., 1876, Nettie E. Dayton; children: Car-
roll Hamilton, b. 1880; Ralph Dayton, b. 1888; Ethel
Katharine, o. 1892; James Henry, b. 1896. Vice-prin.
Amsterdam (N. Y.) Acad., 1875-1876; practised law at
Amsterdam, N. Y., 1876-1878; pastor Whitesboro, N. Y.,
1879-1881; Guelph, Ont., 1881-1885; Gloversville, X. Y..
1S86-1S87; Woodland Park Bapt. Ch., St. Paul, Minn..
1887-1893; First Bapt. Ch., Duluth, Minn., 1893-1896;
Central Bapt. Ch., Minneapolis, Minn., 1896-1904; Cent.
Bapt. Ch., Syracuse, N. Y., 1904-1910; First Bapt.
Ch., Syracuse, since 1910. Also lecturer on
"Fads," "Grumbling," "The Other Fellow," and "The
Bestyet." Author: "Truths That Abide." Trustee
Bapt. Ed'n Soc. of N. Y.. Address: 512 Walnut Av
Syracuse, N. Y.

Lawyer and actuary; b. Viroqua, Wis., May 13, 1863:
s. John and Martha W. (Ady) Dawson; ed. Kentucky
(now Transylvania) Univ., and N. Y. Univ. Law Sch.;
m. Grace L. Burnett; two sons: Alfred B., b. 1883;
Richard B., b. 1885. In gen. practise as att'y, insur-
ance a specialty, and also as actuary; consulting actu-
ary of the N. Y. Legislative Investigating Com.
on Insurance, Royal Comm'n on Insurance in
Canada and Wis^ Legislative Ins. Investigating
Com. Author: Practical Lessons in Actuarial
Science; Elements of Life Insurance; Assess-
ment Life Insurance; The Business of Life Insurance;
Things Agents Should Know; Various Derived Tables;
Comparative Reserve Tables, Supervisorship, Annuity
Tables; Principles of Insurance Legislation; Develop-
ment of Insurance Mathematics, and other books.
Chm'n Social Reform Club Com. and of Exec. Com. of
50 to secure removal of tracks of N. Y. Central R'y
from surface of Eleventh Avenue and other streets,
which com. had charge of agitation that brought about
enactment in 19P5 of a law requiring removal. Now
chm'n of City Club Com. upon same subject. Inde-
pendent in politics. Formerly prof, actuarial science.
Sch. of Commerce, N. Y. Univ. Fellow Actuarial Soc.
of America. Inst, of Actuaries of Great Britain. Deut-
scher Verein fur Versicherungs Wissenschaft of Ber-
lin; mem. Permanent Com. Internat. Congress of Ac-
tuaries, Am. Inst, for Scientific Research. Corr. mem.
L'Institut des Actuaires Francaise and L'Association

dea \rtuaires Beiges; Am. sec. Internat, Congress of
Social Ins. Mem. Ass'n Bar City of N. Y., N. Y. County
Lawyers' Ass'n, Am. Bar Ass'n. Mason (consistory).
Recreations: Golf, fishing, hunting, automobiling.
Wrote: Poems of the New Time. Translator of poems
and stories from the Norwegian, including a novel,
Elsie, A Christmas Story, by Alexander Kjelland. In-
terested in polit. economy, sociology, ethics and psy-
chical research. Clubs: City: Underwriters, Economic,
Social Reform, Independent, Dunwoodie Country.
Storm King Golf, Cosmos (Washington, D. C), Authors
(London). Residences: 135 W. 95th St., N. Y. City, and
Cornwall-on-Hudson. Address: Ml i:rihv;iy, X. V


Banker; b. Newton, Mo.; s. Samuel S. and Olive (Pen-
nick) Day; ed. Grand River Coll., Gallatin, Mo.; m.
Kansas City, Mo., 1906, Melle Strang Kenefick; two
sons. Has traveled extensively in Europe. V.-p. and
dir. Savoy Trust Co.; dir. and N. Y. representative
Banque Franco-Americaine, Paris; dir. Mo., Oklahoma
& Gulf R'y Oo. Mem. Exec. Com. and treas. Republi-
can League of Clubs of the State of N. Y. Republican.
Recreation: Yachting (own yacht, Efterpie). Clubs:
Republican, Lawyers, Hendrick-Hudson Yacht, Circolo
Mazionale Italiano. Address: 520 Broadway, N. Y.


Retired banker; s. Benjamin H. Day, who founded
the N. Y. Sun; formerly partner G Wynne & Day and
Clarence S. Day & Co., bankers and brokers; ex. -dir.
Rome, Watertown & Ogdensburg R. R., St. Paul &
Duluth R. R., South Carolina & Georgia R. R. For
nearly forty years mem. N. Y. Stock Exchange, and
one of its Govs. Mem. New England Soc. Clubs:
Metropolitan, N. Y. Yacht, Am. Yacht, Riding, Down
Town Ass'n. Residences: 43 E. 68th St., N. Y. City,
and Harrison, Westchester Co., N. Y.


Artist, painter: b. Le Roy, N. Y 1S63; s. James and
Jane (McKane) Day; ed. Art Students' League, N. \.
Citv and Ecole des Beaux Arts, Paris, under Hebert,
Me'rson, Colin and others; m. Brookhaven, L. I., 1887,
Mary Evelvn Smith; one son: H. Irving, b. 1889. Paint-
ings in various exb'ns; awarded Hallgarten prize, Nat.
Acad. Design, 1893, genre prize of $500, 1906, N. Y.
Osborn Exb'n. Mem. Soc. of Am. Artists. A. N. A. of
Nat. Acad. Design. Address: W. Stockbridge, Mass.


Insurance mg'r; b. in Hertfordshire, England, May
26, 1859. Came to U. S. 1876, and soon after became
connected with Nat. Fire Ins. Co. of N. Y.; since 1881
with Royal Ins. Co. of Liverpool, England, entering
N. Y. office and becoming sp'l ag"t for N. Y., 1888-1894;
sup't agencies, 1894-1900, second ass't mg'r, 1900-1903;
ass't mg'r at N. Y City since 1903. Address: 84
William St., N. Y. City.


Organist, composer; b. New Market, N. H., 1858; s.
Wauen K. and Martha (Brooks) Day; ed. first at home
by father (also a musician), then in Boston, Mass.,
later in Munich, under Jos. Rheinberger at Academie
du Tonkunst; m. Peterborough, N. H., 1900, Roselle M.
Barker. Widely known as concert organist and in-
structor in organ, piano, harmony, counterpoint, com-
position and orchestration. Aside from organ recital
work has made a business specialty of boy choir train-
ing, voice culture of the boys' voice. Holds position
as organist and choir-master in St. Luke's Church,
Brooklyn. Fellow Am. Guild of Organists. Address:
47 Pierrepont St., Florence Court, Brooklyn, N. Y.


Stock broker; b. N. Y. City, May 11. 1873; grad.
Sheffield Scientific Sch., Yale Univ., Ph.B., 1895; un-
married. Mem. N. Y. Stock Exchange, and of firm of
Day & Heaton. Mem. Delta Phi fraternity; hon. mem.
Squadron A., N. G., N. Y. Clubs: Yale, Racquet and
Tennis, Country of Westchester, Rockaway Hunting,
University, Turf and Field, Coney Island Jockey, Au-
tomobile of America. Residence: 6 E. 44th St. Ad-
dress: 80 Broadway, N. Y. City.


Merchant, importer; b. St. John, New Brunswick,
Canada, 1867; s. George Edwin and Albina S. (Hoben)
Day; ed. Acadia Coll Wolfville, Nova Scotia, and
Brown Univ., B.A., 1889; m. 1892, Alma Von Buhl, of
Pittsburgh, Pa.; children: Kennard Phillips, b. 1895;
Constance S., b. 1S97. Pres. and gen. mg'r Horace L.
Day Co., importers chocolates and cocoas (Messrs.
Suohard, S. A. Neuchatel, Switzerland); Allen-Day Co.,
importers and factors of teas (Mazawattee Tea Co.,
London); A. Egger Sohn, Vienna, Austria; Fuller-



Greene Co., Boston, Mass.; Victor-Schmidt & Son,
Vienna. Republican; Baptist. Mem. 7th Reg't, N. G.,
N. Y R. I. Chapter Phi Delta Theta. Trustee 1st
Bapt. Ch. of N. Y. Residence: 304 W. 82d St. Address:
4-6 White St., N. Y. City.


Chancellor; b. Whitney ville, Washington Co., Me.,
Oct. 17, 1845; s. Thomas Day (prominent lumberman)
and Mary P. (Hillman) Day, d. Rev. Samuel Hillman;
descendant of the Day family of Cape Ann, from which
have come the Days of New England, N. Y. and N. J.;
ed. Me. Conf. Sem., Kent's Hill, and Bowdoin Coll.;
S. T. D., Bowdoin Coll., D.D., Dickinson Coll., and Wes-
leyan Univ.; LL.D., Northwestern Univ.; D.C.L., Cor-
nell Coll. (Iowa); m. July 14, 1873, Hannah E., d. Rev.
R. R. Richards, of Auburn, Me.; one d., Mary Emogene.
Entered Me. Conf., 1872, and filled pastorates succes-
sively at Bath, Portland, Me., Nashua, N. H., Boston,
Mass., N. Y. City, and Newburgh, N. Y. While pastor
at Calvary M. E. Ch., N. Y. City, was elected (1893)
chancellor of Syracuse Univ., which has a faculty of
277, and an enrollment of 3,581 students; library,
90,209 vols., and property and endowment fund nearly
four millions. Elected a bishop of M. E. Ch., by Gen.
Conf., at Los . Angeles, 1904, but resigned in order to
continue his work at the university. Author: The
Raid on Prosperity, 1907. Address: Syracuse, N. Y.

Real estate broker, auctioneer, agent and dealer; b.
N. Y. City, Sept. 22, 1873; s. John W. and Catherine
A. (Hayes) Day; ed. public schs., N. Y. City; m. N. Y.
City, June 1, 1898, Pauline M. Pope (g.-d. late J. Mon-
roe Taylor); children: Joseph P., Jr., Bernard Pope,
Charles Pope, Pauline Pope, Laura Pope, Fairfield Pope,
After completing sen. course, became interested in real
estate and at age of 21 established himself in real
estate and ins. business. In 1898 negotiated heaviest
accident policy ever written, covering ins. against ac-
cidents resulting from change of motive power of
Third Av. surface railroad, and of 42d St., Manhat-
tanville & St. Nicholas Av. R. R. In recent years
prominent in sale of real estate at auction; is recog-
nized leader in this country. Revoluntionized selling
of real estate, and in past five years has done more
to increase its productiveness than any other man in
his profession. In May, 1908, sold over 2,000 lots in
six of most successful lot sales ever held in N. Y. City.
This was remarkable, because it was accomplished at
time of great stringency in money market, and when
majority of real estate interests said that it could not
be successfully done. Was auctioneer in now famous
Ogden Estate sale (4 days' sale), comprising 1,500 lots
in West Bronx, between Highbridge and Washington
Bridge, and largest absolute partition sale of city real
estate of lots in history of the country; also auctioneer
of Doherty Estate holdings, comprising property on
Broadway and 8th Av., Manhattan, which brought
$1,913,60) in a single afternoon's sale. Within past
year conducted three record absolute auction sales
of unimproved property in N. Y. City; The Van Cort-
landt Estate, 719 lots, sold for $1,447,385; Forster-
Schmidt Estates, 462 lots, for $599,275; Morris Park
Estates (conducted by order of State of N. Y. Bank-
ing Dep't), 3,071 lots, for $3,779,750. Conducts many
large out-of-town sales over the country, the latest,
being estate of R. G. Dun, Dunmere, at Narragansett
Pier, R. I. In three years, ending Dec. 31, 1909, sold
at auction more than $100,000,000 worth of real estate
in and around Greater N. Y. In year ending June 1,
1910, sold $81,000,000 worth of real estate, which is
the record for any one year. Has charge of many
exec's sales and appraisals and other matters pertain-
ing to N. Y. real estate, in which is recognized as one
of the foremost experts on values. In sale of property
and stock of Third Av. R. R. of N. Y. City, was appt'd
auctioneer, and sold railroad, March 1, 1910, for $26,-
000,000, largest auction sale on record. Among recent
successful sales, most notable was thai of Yerkes
mansion, which brought $1,239,000 on April 20, 1910.
Was pres. two terms Real Estate B'd of Brokers of
N. Y.; mem. Chamber of Commerce City of N. Y.; Real
Estate Auctioneers' Ass'n of N. Y.; Allied Real
Estate Interest of State of N. Y.; Real Estate Ex-
change of D. I.; North Side B'd of Trade of Bronx;
Westchester Co. Chamber of Commerce; dir. N. J.-
N. Y. Real Estate Exchange. Mem. Friendly Sons of
St. Patrick. Clubs: City, Manhattan, Nat. Arts, N. Y.
Athletic, Sleepy Hollow Country Baltusrol Golf,
Wykagyl Country, Canoe Brook Country, Lawyers,
Railroad, City Lunch. Residence: 34 Gramercy Park,
N. Y. City (country), Short Hills, N. J. Address: 31
Nassau St., N Y. City.


Editor and author: b. W. Granby, Oswego Co., N. Y.,
April 27, 1852; s. Richard and Susan L. (HHggins) Day;
grad. Syracuse Univ., A.B., 1877, A.M

1899; m. Martinsburg, N. Y., April 22, 1880, Frances
E. Northrop. Engaged in teaching; then in journal-
ism; ass't editor Northern Christian Advocate, 1879-
1880; asso. editor Syracuse Dally Standard, 1880-1899;
employed in Regents' Office Albany, 1899-1904; since
1904 in State Historian's office. Author: Dines in the
Sands, 1878; Thor, a Drama, 1880; Lyrics and Satires,
1883; Poems, 188S; New Poems, 1909; compiled a Cal-
endar of Sir William Johnson Manuscripts, in N. Y.
State Library, 1909. Mem. Phi Beta Kappa Soc, Am. Hist.
Ass'n, Am. Social Science Ass'n. Club: Authors. Ad-
dress: 375 Madison Av., Albany, N. Y.


Lawyer, banker; b. Moravia, N. Y., Jan. 20, 1840; s.
Samuel E. and Nancy J. (Aikin) Day; ed. Moravia
Inst.; m. Moravia, June 18, 1868, Phoebe Keeler. Pres.
First Nat. Bank of Moravia. Was County Judge,
Cayuga, 1878-1890. Democrat; Episcopalian. Mason.
Address: Moravia, N. Y.

Lawyer; <b. Sept. 7, 1874; s. Henry Mills and Sarah
(Vallette) Day; ed. Cutler Sch., N. Y. City, Yale Univ.,
A.B., 1896; N. Y. Law Sch., DL.B., 1899. Mem. law
firm Krauthoff, Harmon & Mathewson; pres. and dir.
Henry Hooker & Co., v.-p. and dir. Loose-Wiles Bis-
cuit Co. Served in Troop III, Squadron A N. Y. N. G.,
1896-1901. Mem. Ass'n Bar City of N. Y., N. Y. County
Bar Ass'n, Phi Beta Kappa Soc, Psi Upsilon frater-
ity. Scroll and Key (Yale Univ.). Republican. Trustee
and sec. Neurological Inst Clubs: Racquet and Ten-
nis, University, Brook, Union, Knickerbocker, Rock-
away Hunting, Turf and Field, Midday, Recess, Vale,
Nat. Golf. Residence: 6 E. 44th St. Address: 55 Wall
St., N. Y. City.


Editor; b. Weston-Super-Mare, Eng., March 27, 1861;
s. Edmund Hartsinck and Georgina Sarah (Mant) Day;
nephew of Rt. Hon. Sir John C. Day; cousin of Lieut. -
Gen. Sir Alfred Gaselee, K.C.B.; ed. in schools of N. Y.
City; m. N. Y. City, 1S89. Anne Pirine Dunham. En-
gaged In literary work as writer of verse and prose;
specialist in yachting articles; editor of The Rudder;
pres. The Rudder Publishing Co. Author: Songs of
Sea and Sail, 1895; on Yachts and Yacht Handling,
1899; Hints to Young Yacht Skippers, 1902; on Yacht
Sailing, 1904. Hon. mem. Columbia Yacht Club, Brook-
lyn Yacht, Springfield Yacht, Huguenot Yacht, Hamp-
ton Roads Yacht. Residence: 147 E. 127th St. Ad-
dress: 1 Hudson St., N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Hartford, Conn., Aug. 13, 1864; s. Thomas
Mills and Ellen C. (Pomeroy) Day; ed. Hartford public
sch.; grad. Yale, B.A.. 1886, DL.B., Yale, 1888; m. Jack-
sonville, Fla., April 16, 1891, Anne Perkins Smith;
children: Thomas Mills Day, 3d, b. Mar. 13. 1892; Fran
cis Perkins, b. Nov. 2, 1896. Admitted to bar in Conn.,
1888. Practised at Jacksonville, Fla., to 1898, prac-
tised In N. Y. and New Jersey, with office in N. Y. City,
1898-1910. Mem. Ass'n Bar Citv of N. Y. Clubs: Yale,
Railroad (N. Y. City), Plainfield Country. Address: 62
Cedar St., N. Y. City.


President Equitable Life Assurance Soc. of the U. S.;
b. Wilmington, Del.; s. Isaac and Mary (Love) Day.
Formerly engaged in practice as lawyer; was auditor
U. S. Treasury; sp'l ass't to att'y-gen. of U. S. in cases
under Interstate Commerce Act and the Sherman Anti-
Trust Law; ass't att'y-gen. of U. S. in charge of prose-
cution of trust cases, 1903-1905; became v.-p. Equita-
ble Life Assurance Soc. of U. S-, 1906; now pres. Clubs:
Metropolitan (Washington, D. C), Metropolitan (N. Y.
City). Address: 165 Broadway, N. Y. City.


Asso. justice of U. S. Supreme Court; lb. Ravenna, O.,
April 17, 1849; s. Judge Luther and Emily (Spalding)
Day; entered academic dep't Univ. of Mich., grad. 1870;
hon. LL.D., 1898; ,m. Canton, O., 1S75, Mary E. Schaefer
(died 1912). Admitted to Ohio Bar, 1872, engaging in
practice at Canton; elected judge of Court of Common
Pleas, 1886; appt'd U. S. Dist. judge, 3SS9; ass't sec. of
State by Pres. McKinley, 1897; sec. of State, 1898, re-
signing to accept chm'nship of comm'n which nego-
tiated treaty of peace with Spain at close of Spanish-
Am. War. Appt'd U. S. circuit judge for 6th Judicial
Circuit, 1S99, asso. justice U. S. Supreme Court, 1903.
Address: 1301 Clifton St., Washington, D. C.


Educator: b. N. Y. City, Jan. 2, 1864; s. Henry and
Adelaide (Scofield) Day; grad. Columibia Coll., A.B.,
1884; Johns Hopkins Univ., Ph.D., 1897; m. N. Y. City,
June 17, 1897, Emily Hoe Lawrence; children: Adelaide
Scofield, b. 1S98; Cyrus Lawrence, b. 1900; Richard Hoe
Lawrence, b. 1905. Banker and broker. 18S5-1889;




Massee Country School



Gives much personal attention under the following
unique features :

1. Membership limited to 70 boys.

2. Classes restricted to 6 members.

3. Accurate grading in each subject.

4. Opportunity for absolute individ-
ual tutoring.

5. Study hours under masters who
really teach boys how to study.

6. Manual Training.

Fine new school building.

W. W. MASSEE, Ph.D., Headmaster

Box 201

St. Luke's School

WAYNE (near Philadelphia)

Successful for 50 years in

preparing boys for college

and business.

New buildings, adequate in

all their appointments for

90 boarding pupils, erected

in 1902.

Two athletic fields, with

quarter mile cinder track.

Gymnasium with swimming



"A thorough and honest school. The kind
of school to which sensible parents desire to
send their sons." Bishop Whitaker.

Kyle Institute



Replete with perfect sanitary conditions
and all modern equipment. From
Primary to Columbia. Model class-
rooms. Large gym. Steam heated
swimming pool. Unsurpassed advan-
tages in German. Military drill. Rifle
range. 24 years of successful work.

Moderate Terms DR. PAUL KYLE



Invites correspondence or, better, a personal
visit from those desiring the best

Situated on the Orange Mountains 15 miles from New

York. Complete modern equipment, including Gymnasium,

Swimming Pool and Athletic Field. Small classes are

maintained, making possible individual attention. Certificate

accepted by all colleges admitting on certificate. Also offers

a practical course for boys not going to college. References

required from all applicants for admission to the school.

Illustrated catalogue and copy of "Your Boy and Our School,"

which will interest you no matter where ycur boy is educated, on

request. Address

JOHN G. MacVICAR, Headmaster, Box 13, Montclair, N. J.



Founded in 1848 in the picturesque Hill
Country of Northern New Jersey.

A liberally endowed school for Boys and

Gives thorough preparation for any college
or scientific school.

The imposing buildings afford every facility for school
work, and provide all the comforts of a refined home.
The campus of 200 acres, with its lake and athletic
fields, offers every inducement for life out of doors.

JOHN C. SHARPE. A.M., D.D., Principal.

The Harstrom School

-* * -*

Thorough preparation for
any college in the shortest
possible time.

For circular of information address


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One hundred and sixty boys prepared in last four years for 31 differ-
ent colleges and professional schools.

Alumni now in 43 States and 15 foreign countries; 25 States and 10 for-
eign countries represented on enrollment.

Each student in the 250 enrolled receives individual and personal at-

Faculty of 21 experienced men, including Prussian Exchange teacher.

Standard of scholarship of the highest. Spirit of the school thoroughly

Organized and required play gives every boy the benefit of graded phy-
sical training.

Rates moderate and scholarship aid for worthy and able boys.

Catalogue and illustrated supplement sent on request.


School advertisements continued on pagi '.''



grad. -student. .Johns Hopkins Univ., 1S91-1897; tutor
in phvsics, Barnard Coll., 1897-1903; lecturer and tutoi
physics, Columbia Univ., since 1903. Mem. Am. Phys-
ical Soc. fellow A.A.A.S.: mem. rhi Beta Kappa, Sigma
Xi. Independent Democrat. Hecreations: Motoring,
tennis. Clubs: City, Faculty (Columbia Univ.). Ad-
dress: 220 Hobart Av., Summit, N. J.


Lawyer: b. X. Y. City. .Ian. 19, 1S75; s. Charles W.
and Laura A. (Newman) Dayton; descendant Col.
Andrew Adams of Revolutionary Army (speaker of
Congress, 1779-1780, and Chief Justice of Conn.); ed.
Phillips Andover Acad., Harvard Coll. Clerk in law
office of Coudert Brothers for three years until ad-
mission to bar, Jan. 1901; practised law with Charles
W. Dayton until latter's election to Supreme Court
Bench; then senior mem. law firm of Dayton & Hayes

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