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Air and Electric Power Co.; dir. Sea Side and Brook-
lyn Bridge Elevated R. R. Co. Mem. Brown Univ.
Alumni Ass'n. Clubs: Knickerbocker, Manhattan,
Union, The Brook, N. Y. Yacht. Country, Automobile
of America, Turf and Field. Residence: 37 W. 56tn
St. Address: 30 Broad St., N. Y. City.


Editor, author, journalist; b. Roslindale, Boston,
Mass., Oct. 10, 187S; s. Elbenezer Porter and Martha
Augusta (Fearing) Dyer; ed. Springfield, Mass., puoiic

schs., grad. Amherst Coll., A.B., 1900; m. N. Y. City,
June 1, 1907, Muriel Worthington Childs. On editorial
staff of Springfield Union, Springfield, Mass., 1900-
1901; the Criterion, N. Y. Citv, 1901; Clifford & Lawton,
publishers. X. Y. Citv, 1901-1905; with Douibleday,
Page & Co., N. Y. City and Garden City, 1905-1913;
inn's editor and editor Country Life in America, since

1 '.. Author: The Lure of the Antique (Century),

1910; The Richer Life (Doubleday), 1911; also conttb'r
to various periodicals. Mem. Phi Kappa Psi frater-
nity; The Vagabonds, N. Y. Residence: 65 Greenwich
St., Hempstead. Address: Country Life Press, Garden
Citv. N. Y.

Arenur, cmny v. uir. oreenpuuii ,\ai. r>aut^. inuui-
porator Brooklyn Inst. Arts and Sciences; active in
Masonry. Clubs: Brooklyn Yacht. Bensonhurst Yacnt.
Jamaica Bay Yacht, Brooklyn Masonic. Address: 657
Jefferson Av., Brooklyn, N. Y.


Consellor-at-law; b. Brooklyn, N. Y., July. 1887; s.
William Nelson and Isabel Murdoch (Annan) Dykman;
grad. Yale Coll., A.B., 1909; Harvard Univ., LL.B., 1912.
Engaged in practice since admission to har, 1913.
Democrat; Episcopalian. Mem. Soc. Colonial Wars,
Alpha Delta Phi fraternity, duos: Hamilton, Heights
Casino (Brooklyn), Alpha Delta Phi, Harvard, Yale,
Piping Rock. Residence: 171 Washington Park, Brook-
lyn. Address: 177 Montague St., Brooklyn, N. Y.

Lawyer; b. N. Y. ; appt'd from N. Y. and grad. from
U. S. Mil. Acad, at West Point, 1S75; appt'd lieut., but
later resigned and admitted to N. Y. bar. Appt'd mem.
Civil Service Comm'n of N. Y. City, Jan. 7, 1898, re-
appt'd Jan. 1, 1902. Dir. Brooklyn City R. R. Co.,
Brooklyn Daily Eagle, Brooklyn Trust Co., Bush Ter-
minal Co., Erie Elevator Co.. Lalance & Grosjean Mf'g
Co., Woodhaven Water Supply Co.; dir. Brooklyn Aeaa.
of Music. Clufbs: University, Brooklyn, Hamilton,
Montauk, Piping Rock, Nassau Country, Riding ana
Driving (pres.). Residence: 171 Washington Park.
Address: 177 Montague St., Brooklyn, N. Y.


Lawyer; t>. Brooklyn, N. Y., May 30, 1882; s. Edward
Francis and Elizabeth (von Wensler) Dyruff; ed. puo-
iic and high schs., Jamaica, L. I., and private tutors:
Heffley Inst., Brooklyn, and St. Lawrence Univ., LL.B.,
1906. Admitted to bar in N. Y. State, July 26, 1906.
Pres. H. F. Dyruff Ass'n for charitable work since
1897; Pres. Young Democracy since 1902. Contb'r to
magazines on economical and philos. subjects Promi-
nent through his many charitable works in Brooklyn
inst'ns many years, and aid in adding to comforts of
soldiers in hosps. during Spanish-Am. War. Makes
corp'n and real property law his specialty. (Mem. P.
E. Ch. of The Messiah, Brooklyn. Mem. Ridgewood
Lodge, F. and A. M. ; Progressive Chapter, R.A.M. ;
Miriam Chapter, O.E.S.; Stella Chapter, Knights of
Pythias of Brooklyn. Recreations: Yachting, auto-
mobiling, opera. Clubs: Brooklyn, St. Lawrence Uni-
versity, Knickerbocker Field, Jefferson, Madison, Pros-
pect Heights. Residence: 4S4 Clinton Av., Brooklyn.
Address: 60 Wall St., N. Y. City.


Am. Consul; b. Enfield, Mass., March 15, 1859; s.
John Davis and Clarissa Adeline (Lathrop) Eager;
ed. public schs. of Northampton, Mass.; high sch.,
New Haven, and Gen. Russell's Commercial Collegiate
Inst., New Haven; studied four years in Royal Con-
servatory of Music, Leipzig (winner of Helbig prize) ;
m. Norwich. Conn., June 11, 1900, Ruth Fides Spalding:
< hildren: Clarice Spalding, b. Sept. 27, 1901: Eugenie
Helen, b. Sept. 27, 190S. Instr. of piano, Ferry Hall
Sem., Lake Forest., 111.. 1892-1906. Appt'd Am. consul
to Barmen, March 29, 1906. Progressive; mem. S. A. R.,
Mason. Residence: Chicago, 111. Address; Am. Con-
sulate, Barmen, Germany.

Lawyer; b. N. Y. City, May 12, 1S72; s. William
and Mary Jane (Horner) Eagle; ed. Phillips-Andover
Acad.; grad. Yale Univ., A.B., 1896; N. Y. Law Sch.,
LL.B. Mem. la/w firm Krauthoff, Harmon & Mathew-
son. Republican. Mem. Ass'n Bar City of N. Y.;
Delta Kappa Epsilon. Clubs: University, Ardsley,
Yale, Citv Middav. Racquet and Tennis, Metropolitan
Opera. Address: .".."". Wall St.. N. Y. City.



Camp Wachusett



Its carefully selected council, each an expert in Its fine, full equipment.

his department, and all lovers of boys. ]t s remarkable success in tutoring boys.

Its unequalled location on the shore of one of the The mutual sympathy that always exists between
most beautiful lakes in New England. the boys and the councillors.

Apply for booklet to the Rev. LORIN WEBSTER, L.H.D., Holderness School, Plymouth, N. H.

It DeMeritte School


For earnestness of purpose, thorough
work and the character of its pupils, is
attracting the attention of thoughtful
parents, who wish their sons to accom-
plish something definite in life, and do it
in a manly way. The same careful train-
ing is given to all boys. Specialty, prep-
aration for the Massachusetts Institute of

The close contact with earnest men
develops self-reliance and confidence in
the pupil.


IS not how many pupils it can get,
but how well it can do its work of
developing MEN.

815 Boylston St., Boston, Mass.

Camp Algonquin



A camp where boys are
busy all the time. Where
they learn something
worth while. From
which they return strong
physically and strong in
character. Before you
make a decision write to


Principal DeMeritte School

815 Boylston Street, Boston, Massachusetts

School advertisements continued on page 224-



Holderness School




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LOCATION Holderness, N. H., one hundred twenty-five miles from Boston, among the foot-
hills of the White Mountains; in the lake region of New Hampshire; six hundred feet above
sea level; in the most healthful and picturesque part of New England.

EQUIPMENT The main building, the chapel and the new gymnasium represent the best types
of academic and ecclesiastical architecture. In addition to the boys' rooms and alcoves,
there are in the main building an infirmary, a common-room, an assembly-room, a library and
reading-room, the dining-room, and the masters' apartments.

The school house is a separate building and contains a study-hall and five recitation rooms.

The athletic field has a cinder running track, tennis courts, a football gridiron and a baseball field,
with bleachers.

OBJECT To prepare boys for college and scientific schools especially for Trinity College and
the Massachusetts Institute of Technology; to develop the whole nature body, mind, and
spirit; to inspire and promote manly, Christian character.

ADMINISTRATION Three courses of instruction cover five years and are administered by men
of experience and culture. A physical director supervises all out-door sports and the gymna-
sium practice. Mutual confidence between the boys, the rector and the masters exists and
is always encouraged, and individual attention is given to boys who need it.

Apply for catalogue to the


School advertisements continued on page 255




Prima donna: b. Shanghai, China, Aug. 13, 1867, of
Am. parentage; father being a lawyer in the Internat.
Courts of Shanghai. Made debut at Paris, Grand
Opera. March 18, 1889; at Covent Garden, London, in
idle of Marguerite, in Faust, April 7, 1S91; has sung
regularly in London and N. Y. City during the re-
spective seasons since 1893. Officer d'Academle
(French): Jubilee medal. Address: Metropolitan
>pera House. N. Y. City.


Merchant; b. N. Y. City, Aug. 1. 1860; s. Edward
Everett and Mary (Capen) Eames; grad. St. John's
Mil. Acad., Sing Sing, with honors, 1878; m. Denver,
Colo., ISSO, Sophia S. Gary, of Louisville. Ky. Imme-
diately after graduation entered dry goods establish-
ment of H. B. Claflin Co., but later went West, where
became interested in various enterprises; returned
to N. Y. City in 1S95, and again became connected
with The H. B. Claflin Co., becoming v.-p. and gen.
mg'r. Y.-p. United Dry Goods Co.; treas. Dry Goods
Auxiliary of Hosp. Saturday and Sunday Ass'n; trus-
tee Grant Monument Ass'n; mem. order Founders and
Patriots of America, New England Soc. ; one of found-
ers Merchants' Ass'n of N. Y.: comm'r and trustee
Hudson-Fulton Celebration Comm'n. Clubs: Camp
Fire of America. Bedford Golf and Tennis, Union
League, Merchants (N. Y. City). Address: Care of
H. B. Claflin Co., N. Y. City.


Librarian; b. Newark, N. J., Oct. 12, 1855; s. Nelson
and Harriet P. fCrane) Eames; ed. public schs. of
Brooklyn (hon. A.M., Harvard, 1896); unmarried.
Ass't Leaox Library, 1885; ass't librarian, 1892; li-
brarian, 1S93, until consolidation, in 1895, with the
Astor Library and Tilden Trust as N. Y. Public-
Library; librarian Lenox branch until occupation of
new building, 1911: chief of Am. History div., manu-
scripts and reserved books. N. Y. Public Library, since
1011. Eoited vols. 15-20 Sabin's Dictionary of Books
Relating to America, 1SS5-1S92; articles by him in that
work on Bibliographies of The Bay Psalm Book. 1S85;
of Ptolemy's Geography, 1886, and of Sir Walter
Raleigh, have been printed separately. Author: List
of editions of Margarita Philosophica. 18S6; impor-
tant contributions to Pilling's Indian Bibliographies,
from which was reprinted Bibliographic Notes on
Eliot's Indian Bible, 1S90. Edited, 1S92, for Lenox
Library, comparative edition of 4 Latin texts, with
new English translation of Columbus' Letter to San-
chez on the Discovery of America (revised edition.
1893): wrote 'bibliographical account of early* New
England Catechism, 189S; has collected large private
library, over 18,000 vols., on history, travels, philology,
religions, bibliography, archaeology and ethnology,
which has been mostly dispersed, excepting the por-
tion relating to the Am. Indians. Republican. Mem.
Am. Library Ass'n, N. Y. State Library Ass'n. Bibliog.
Soc. of America. Am. Antiquarian Soc, Colonial Soc.
of Mass.. Mass. Hist. Soc. N. Y. Hist. Soc. Am. Acad,
of Arts and Sciences. Officer d'Academie d'Instruction
Publique des Beaux Arts et des Cultes of France.
Club: N. Y. Library (v.-p., 1897-1800: pres.. 1900-10011.
Residence. 2752 Fulton St.. Brooklvn. Address: N. Y.
Public Library, 476 Fifth Av., N. Y. City.


Manufacturer; b. Ulysses, Tompkins Co., N. Y., Aug.
31. 1854; s. J. Thomas and Susan Margaret (Taylor)
Earle; ed public schs., Ithaca, Ithaca Acad., 1S69; Cor-
nell Univ., 1869-1870; m. April 17, 1879, Rita Carr
Mack; children: Charles W. b. 1881; Harold A., b.
1883; Donald W. b. 1899. Engaged in sale of Rem-
ington typewriters and organizing Remington Type-
writer Co.'s business, 1S77-1902; dir. gen. for Europe
of same Co., 1900-1902; resided In London, 1889-1902;
chm'n Am. Soc in London, 1899-1900; pres. and dir.
Remington Typewriter Co.; dir. Merchants' Exchange
Nat. Bank. Republican; Episcopalian. Officer Im-
perial Order of the Mejidich (Turkish, brevet and
decoration bv Khedive of Egypt). Mem. Chamber of
Commerce State of N. Y.: Mason (past master No.
1397, London). Clubs: Union League (N. Y. City).
Cornell Univ., Hardware. Apawamis. Address: 327
Broadway, N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Yonkers, N. Y., Nov. 8. 1870; s. Samuel
S. and Josephine (Driggs) Earle: ed. public schs. N. Y.
City: grad. Coll. City of N. Y., B.S., 1S92; N. Y. Univ..
LL.B.. 1896: LL.M., i900. Mem. law firm of Thornton
& Earle. Republican; Presby'n. Mem. Alpha Delta
Phi, Phi Delta Phi. Residence. 102 W. 75th St. Ad-
dress: 38 Park Row. N. Y. City.


Lm.w.vt. !>. Klizaln-thpuU, N. .!., April 17. 1870; s.
John and Katharine (Dougherty) Earley; ed. De La
Salle Inst.. N. Y. City; N. Y. Univ. Law Sell.. LL.B..
with Hist honors, 1891; m. June 21. 189S. Rose Marie
MoDevitt; children: Gladys, b. 1899; Jack. b. 1901;
Eunice, b. 1902! Cornelius J.. Jr., b. 1903; Bernard J.,
b. 1905. Admitted to bar of N. Y. County, April 7,
1 "'.'.'; ass't corp'n counsel. City of N. Y.. 1893-1895:
engaged in private practise since 1895. Gen. counsel
for Ancient Order of Hibernians, N. Y. Democrat:
Catholic. Mem. Bronx Bar Ass'n. N. Y. County Bar
Ass'n, N. Y. State Bar Ass'n, Am. Bar Ass'n. Soc. Med.
Jurisprudence, Legal Aid Soc, Phi Delta Phi frater-
nity. Knights of Columbus. Recreation: Horseback
riding. Summer home: Oak Lodge. Blue Point, L. I.
Residence: 426 E. 136th St. Address: 271 Broadway.
N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. in Howard County. Md.. Sept. 2, 1863;
s. Edward and Julia A. (Newton) Earp: ed. in common
schs. of Md., and N. Y. Law Sch.; m. N. Y. City. June
20. 1908, Emma Jane Miller. Has been practising
law in N. Y. City since 1902. During '90s published
newspaper at Ellicott City. Md., Republican organ
for Howard County. Candidate for legislature in
Md., 1894. and defeated; active in politics in that
State several years; came to N. Y. City in 1899. since
which time has given no attention to politics. Re-
publican; Universalist. Mem. N. Y. Lawyers Ass'n,
Dwight Alumni Ass'n, Mason (Concordia Lodge No.
13 of Md.). Residence: 67 Riverside Drive. Address:
SO Wall St., N. Y. City.


Chm'n Exec. Council Nat. Civic Federation; b
Schuyler Co., 111.. Feb. 25. 1858: s. Charles D. and
Elizabeth J. (Berry) Easley; ed. public schs. of
Quincy, 111.; m. Mechanicsburg. Ohio, March 23, 1881.
Nerva C. Cheney. Instr. in public schs., 1877-1888;
prop'r and editor Hutchinson Daily News, 1SR3-1S91:
postmaster Hutchinson, 1882-1887: and later on staff
of Chicago Inter-Ocean. Organized Civic Federa-
tion of Chicago, 1893, and was sec. 7 years; also
Nat. Civic Federation, 1900, and since chm'n Exec.
Council, with headquarters in N. Y. City. Promoter
Nat* Conf. on Primary Election Reform in N. Y. City,
1898; Nat. Conf. on Foreign Policy at Saratoga. 1898;
Nat. Conf. on Trusts and Combinations at Chicago,
1899: Nat. Conf. of Taxation. Buffalo, 1901. Address:
331 Metropolitan Tower. N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Augusta Co., Va., Oct. 21, 1870; s. Samuel
A. and Lucy V. (Howell) East; ed. Staunton Mil.
Acad.; Washington and Lee Univ.: Univ. of Va., B.L.,
1891. Mem. State Bars. N. Y. and Va.; junior mem. law
firm Phelps & East. Democrat; Presby'n. Mem. N. Y.
Southern Soc, The Virginians, Va. Hist. Soc, Ass'n
Bar City of N. Y. Clubs: Manhattan, Salmagundi.
Address: 30 Broad St., N. Y. City.


Manufacturer; b. Waterville, N. Y July 12. 1854; e.
George W. and Maria (Kilbourn) Eastman; ed. private
and public schs., Rochester, N. Y.; unmarried. Was ama-
teur photographer and made experiments for improve-
ments of photographic processes; perfected process for
making dry plates, and, 1880, began to manufacture
them; inventor of the kodak and transparent Tollable
film; now pres. and dir. Eastman Kodak Co.; mn'g dir.
Kodak Co., Limited. London; director Rochester
Savings Bank, Security Trust Co.. Rochester Orphan
Asylum, Rochester Homce. Hospital. Decorated by
French Gov't as Chevalier Legion d'Honneur. Repub-
lican. Club: Genesee Valley (Rochester). Address:
900 East av., Rochester, N. Y.


Clergyman, ed'n official; b. N. Y. City, Oct. 19, 1835;
s. Oman and Mary (Reed) Eastman; grad. Yale, 1854;
Union Theol. Sem., 1S62; m. 1867, Laura E. Barnes;
children: Mrs. Mary Reed (Eastman) Whittlesey (wife
of Charles W. Whittlesey), and Mrs. Margaret (East-
man) Fearey (wife of Malcolm Shiland Fearey). Chap-
lain 72d Reg't, N. Y. Vols.. 1863-1864; pastor Cong'l
Ch. in Plantsville. Conn.. Suffield. Conn., and S. Fram-
ingham, Mass.. 1865-1888; connected with N. Y. State
Library since 1892; chief Div. of Edn'l Extension in N.
Y. State Ed'n Dep't until 1013. Mem. G. A. R.. N. Y
Commandery Mil. Order Loyal Legion. Order of
Founders and Patriots of America, Am. Library Ass'n.
Address: Albany, N. Y.


Manufacturer, lawyer; b. Gloucester, Mass.. April
10, 1856; s. Denison Mitchell and Mary (Lyle) Easton;



ed. public schs. of Areola and Paterson, N. J.; grad.
Law Dep't, Univ. of Georgetown; m. 1st, Washington,

D. C, Hattie Kaldenbach; 2nd, Washington, D. C,
Helen M. Jefferis; five children. Expert stenographer,
doing newspaper and court work; reporter and ass't
editor Hackensack Republican, N. J.; stenographer for
U. S. Lighthouse B'd, Washington, D. C. Admitted to
bar of Supreme Court, Dist. of Columbia, making
corp'n law specialty; with invention of graphophone,
abandoned law and developed talking machine indus-
try. Organized Columbia Phonograph Co., 1889, be-
coming pres.; consolidated with Am. Graphophone
Co., 1893, and electeu pres. aiiu counsel for both cos.
Fres. Burt Co., Volta Graphophone Co. Address: 233
Broadway, N. Y. City.


Banker; ,b. Lowville, Lewis Co., N. T., Dec. 28, 1851;
s. William Lyman and Emmeline (Henry) Easton; ed.
Lowville Acad, and Dr. Thomas C. Reed's Sch. for
Boys, Geneva, N. Y. ; m. Houseville, Lewis Co. N Y,
Oct. 6, 1880, Anna S. House; children: Grace Easton
Sconeld, b. 1881; Frederick Shaw Easton, Jr., b. 1883.
Commenced work at age of 17 as clerk in mercantile
establishment of DeWitt C. West & Co., Lowville, N.
Y., and on arriving at majority was of firm of Waters
& Easton, succeeding West & Co. In 1879 established
Black River Nat. Bank, and has been connected with
that Inst, ever since. Presidential Elector from 23d
Cong. Dist. of N. Y. in Electoral Coll. of 1884, voting
for Grover Cleveland for Pres. and Thomas A. Hen-
dricks for V.-p. R. R. Com. of Lowville, 1880, and has
continued in that capacity ever since. Pres. Black
River Nat. Bank, Lowville, N. Y.; v.-p. Asbestos Burial
Casket Co., Lowville, N. Y.; dir. Utica Trust & Deposit
Co., Utica, N. Y. Democrat; Episcopalian. Trustee of
Lowville Acad., vestryman of Trinity Episcopal Ch.,
Lowville. N. Y. Clubs: Lowville, Ft. Schuyler (Utica),
Sylvan Rod and Gun. Address: Lowville, Lewis Co,
N. Y.


Writer, lecturer; b. Canton, Ohio; d. Patrick Carlyle
and Adeline Patterson (Jones) Manly, d. Hon. Nor-
man Jones and sister Sir Lyman Melvin Jones, K.B.
and M.P., Can.; m. N. Y. City, Aug. 25, 1908, Henry Lov
Easton. Pres. and founder Club for Study of Life as
a Fine Art and "Over the Tea Cups" Soc. Universalist;
mem. Ch. of Divine Paternity. Mem. Universalist
Women's Alliance, Municipal Art Soc, N. Y. City Fed-
eration of Women's Clubs, State Federation of
Women's Clubs; past pres. Natural Soc. of Ohio
women. Recreations: Gymnasium, outdoor sports,
swimming, walking. Clubs: N. Y. Theatre, Centurv
Theatre. Address: 609 W. 127th St., N. Y. City.


Clergyman, author; b. Kentville, N. S.; s. William
and Anna Augusta Willoughby (Hamilton) Eaton;
early ed'n under father's direction; grad. Harvard
Univ., A.B., 1880, followed by course of theol. study
and reading; A. Jr., Dalhousie Univ., Halifax, N. S., 1S04;
D.C.L., Kind's Univ., Windsor, Nova Scotia, 1905; un-
married. Ordered deacon, 1880, bv Bishop, Knicker-
backer, 1884, and ordained priest, 1885, by Bishop Pot-
ter, in Episcopal ministry; minister in charge St.
Andrew's Ch., Chestnut Hill, Mass.. 1885-1886; since
1886 resident of N. Y. City; since 1886 engaged in lit-
erary work. Author: The Heart of the Creeds, His-
torical Religion in the Light of the Modern Thought,
1888; Acadian Legends and Lyrics, 1889; The Church
of England in Nova Scotia and the Torv Clergv of the
Revolution, 1891; Tales of a Garrison Town, 1892;
Manual of Letter Writing, 1890; Acadian Ballads, 1905;
Poems of the Christian Year, 1905; The Lotus of the
Nile and Other Poems, 1907; History of King's County,
Nova Scotia, 1910; many poems in notable anthologies.
Editor: College Requirements in English (3 editions),
1892-1900: Pope's Rape of the Lock, 1901; Recollections
of a Georgia Loyalist (written in 1836 bv Mrs. Eliza-
beth Lichtenstein Johnston), 1901. Contb'r to maga-
zines, prose, verse and hist, monographs. Fellow of
Royal Soc. of Canada, hon. mem. New Brunswick Hist.
Soc. corr. mem. Nova Scotia Hist. Soc, life mem. N.

E. Historic-Geneal. Soc, mem. Boston Authors' Club.
Address: 2 Bible House, N. Y. City, and "Ravens-
worth," Truro, Nova Scotia.


Artist; b. Albany, N. Y., Feb. 22. 1857; s. Daniel
Oliver and Mary (Bounds) Eaton; ed. Nat. Acad. De-
sign. Art Students League of N. Y. Exhibited work
at Royal Acad, and Grosvenor Gallery, London, and
Paris Exp'n, 1900 (received hon. mention); also at
Charleston Exp'n, awarded silver medal, and at Sal-
magundi Exb'n, awarded Proctor prize, 1901, Inness
prize, 1902, and Shaw prize, 1903. Gold medal Phila-
delphia Art Club, 1903: Inness gold medal, Nat. Acad.

Design, 1904; silver medal for Purchase Exp'n. Rep-
resented in permanent collection at Brooklyn Art Inst.,
Boston Art Clubs. Exhibited at Paris Salons 1903,
1904, 1905, 1906; also at Lille, France, Antwerp Tri-
ennial Exb'n, 1904; gold medal Paris Salon, 1906. Mem
Am. Water Color Soc, Fine Arts Federation; asso. Nat.
Acad. Design'. Clubs: Water Color, Salmagundi, Lotos.
Address: 318 W. 57th St., N. Y. City.


Manufacturer; b. Berwick, Paz, April 15, 1863; s.
Ralph C. and Eliza Knapp (Dickerman) Eaton; ed.
public sch.; m. Bloomsburg, Pa., 1881, C. Elizabeth
Furman; one d.: Mae Eaton Crispin. Engaged in
mf'g since 1880; pres. and dir. Am. Car & Foundry Co.
since 1902; v.-p. and dir. Susquehanna, Bloomsburg &
Berwick R. R.; dir. Am. Agr'l Chem. Co., Am. Beet
Sugar Co., Columbia-Knickerbocker Trust Co., Sea-
board Nat. Bank, Hoyt & Woodin Mf'g Co., Hale &
Kilburn Co., Nat. Surety Co., Sligo & Eastern R'y;
trustee Mutual Life Ins. Co. of N. Y. Mem. Chamber
of Commerce. Republican. Clubs: Union League, N.
Y. Athletic, Metropolitan, Automobile (N. Y. City),
Union League (Philadelphia), Racquet (St. Louis).
Residence: 182 W. 58th St. Office: 165 Broadway,
N. Y. City.


Insurance pres.; b. London, Eng. ; ed. in private
schools; m. Oct., 1889, Mima F. Griffith; children: Flor-
ence M., Isabel G. Entered service of Liverpool and
London and Globe Ins. Co., 1866; represented it at
Bristol, 1876-1878; came to N. Y. City, 1878, as ass't
mg'r of N. Y. branch; made resident mg'r, 1887. Asso.
Inst, of Actuaries of Eng.; pres. Nat. B'd of Fire Un-
derwriters of U. S., 1897-1898; N. Y. B'd Fire Under-
writers, 1911-1912; Factory Ins. Ass'n, 1910; Liverpool
and London and Globe Ins. Co. of N. Y.; (ilobe In-
demnity Co. of N. Y. Author: Fifty Years of Work in
the United States of America (history of Liverpool
and London and Globe Fire Ins. Co. in the U. S.); also
many papers on fire insurance topics. Residence:
Mamaroneck, N. Y. Address: 80 William St., N. Y.


Dramatic critic and writer; b. Maiden, Mass., Aug.
24, 1878; s. Warren E. and Marv (Prichard) Eaton; ed.
Phillips-Andover Acad, and Harvard Coll., A.B., 1900;
m. June 30. 1910, Elise Morris Underhill. Joined staff
of Boston Journal, 1900; N. Y. Tribune, 1902; dramatic
critic of N. Y. Sun, 1907-1908. Author: The American
Stage of To-day, At the New Theatre and Others, The
Runaway Place (in collaboration). Contb'd various
articles, poems, stories, etc., to Atlantic Monthly,
American .Magazine, Everybody's, Ainslee's Cosmopol-
itan, etc. Independent in politics; Unitarian. Mem.
Pi Eta Soc. Recreations: Golf, tennis. Clubs: Har-
vard of N. Y., Cranford Golf. Address: Stockbridge,


Commodore, U. S. Navy; b. Hamilton, N. Y., Feb. 4,
1851; s. Rev. George W. Eaton, D.D., LL.D . late pres.

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