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Bandmaster, composer; b. Port St. Stephen, Tuscany,
1853; s. Alexander and Julia (Lubrano) Fanciulli; ed.
in Florence, where conducted orchestra for grand
opera; m. 1882, Amanda Schile, of N. Y.: came to U.
S., 1876, as teacher and organist; succeeded Sousa as
conductor of Marine Band, Washington, 1892-1897;
appt'd bandmaster 71st Reg't, N. G. N. Y., Jan. 1, 1898;
resigned with his hand Jan. 1, 1904; org'n is now
known as Fanciulli's Concert Band. Address: 128 W.
58th St., N. Y. City.


Transportation mg'r; b. (Pompey, N. Y., May 5, 1829.
Bmployed in firm of Wells & Co., Buffalo, 1844-1848;
transferred to Detroit, 1848, and later to Chicago,
where was ag't and mg'r Am. Express Co.; general
sup't, same company, in N. Y. City 1866-1881, pres.
from 1881; also pres. Merchants' Dispatch and Trans-
portation Co., and' director of other railroad and ex-
press companies. Residence: 56 Park Av. Address:
65 Broadway, N. Y. City.


Expressman; b. Chicago, 111., Feb. 13, 1S57; s. James
C. and Frances P. (Stuart) Fargo; grad. Williams
Coll., A.B., 1879; m. N. Y. City, May 17, 1881, Jane
Lindley King; children: Grace L. (Mrs. Daniel Chaun-
cey, Jr.), Stanley, Clara, James C; v. -p. and treas.
Am. Express Co.; dir. Hanover Nat. Bank; v.-p. and
trustee Am. Havings Bank. Republican; Episcopalian.
Mem. N. E. Soc, Sons of Revolution, N. Y. Geneal. Soc.
Club: Church. Residence: 120 E. 37th St. Address:
65 Broadway, N. Y. City.


Cardinal of N. Y. ; b. Newton, Ireland, April 3, 1842;
s. Philip and Catherine (Murphy) Farley; studied for
the priesthood at St. Macartan's Coll., Monaghan; St.
John's Coll., Fordham; St. Joseph's Sem., Troy, and at
the Am. Coll., Rome; ordained priest at Rome, June,
1870; ass't rector St. Peter's Oh., New Brighton. S. I.,
same year; sec. to Archbishop McCloskey, 1872-18.84;
private chamberlain (Monsignor) to Pope, 1884; vicar-
gen, of N. Y. Archdiocese, 1892; prothonotary apostolic,
1895; auxiliary bishop of N. Y., 1895; bishop of Zeugma,
1895; appt'd administrator of N. Y., Sept. 15, 1902;
archbishop of N. Y., 1903; appt'd Cardinal Nov. 27,
1911. Author: Life of Cardinal McCloskey, Neither
Generous Nor Just. Whv Church Property Should Be
Taxed. Address: 452 Madison Av., N. Y. City.


Banker, lawyer; b. Fort Plain, N. Y. Sept. 28. 1871;
s. Worthinston S. and Helen Hall (Mover) Farley;
mother well-known authoress, who, under name of
Ernest Gilmore, wrote over 1,500 stories and 15 books;
father prominent merchant of Fort Plain, N. Y.; ed.
public and private schs. Fort 'Plain; grad. college
preparatory course Clinton Liberal Inst., Fort Plain
(pres. and valedictorian of class), 188S; Rutgers Coll.,

A.B. (rhetorical honors and pres. of class), 1892 A M
1895; N. Y. Law Sch., LL.B. cum laude, 1894; m. Brook-
lyn, Dec, 1897, Grace Hazard, d. William S. Colvin,
then pres. Hazard Powder Co.; children: Colvin b
1899; Theodore Sherman, b. 1902; Helen Elizabeth b
1904. Admitted to N. Y. State bar, May 15, 1894; senior
mem. firm of Farley & Rumsey, of White Plains N Y
and N. Y. City. Pres. Gramatan Nat. Bank, Bronx-
yille, N. Y.; Scarsdale Estates, Gedney Farm Co., John
Kuszits Fur Co., and Westchester Land Exchange-
treas. and dir. Westchester Syndicate. Democrat'
iPresby'n. Mem. Ass'n Bar City of N. Y., Westchester
Co. Bar Ass'n, N. Y. State Bar Ass'n, Soc. Med. Juris-
prudence of N. Y. City; gov. of White Plains Hosp.;
dir. Lake Mahopac Protective Ass'n; chm'n Exec. Com.,
Fort Slocum Y. M. C. A.; ex-pres. Montgomery County
Soc. of N. Y. City; mem. Delta Phi fraternity; ex-pres.
Rutgers Coll. Alumni Ass'n of City of N. Y. ; trustee
White Plains Public Library; pres. Gen. Alumni Ass'n
of Rutgers Coll. Clubs: University, N. Y. Athletic,
Transportation (N. Y. City), Rutgers, Lake Mahopac
Golf, Scarsdale Golf and Country (gov.), Gedney Farm
Country (pres.), Westchester Beach (pres.), County
Tennis of Westchester (gov.). Residence: White
Plains, N. Y. Summer: Canopus Island. Lake Mahopac,
N. Y. Addresses: 5 Court St., White Plains, N. Y .; 527
Fifth Av., N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Bradford, Vt., May 9, 1864; s. Gov. Ros-
well and Mary Elizabeth (Johnson) Farnham; grad.
Univ. of Vermont, A.B., 1886; Columbia Law Sch.,
LL.B., 1889; m. Oct. 30, 1889, Grace Hall, of Ellington,
Conn. Admitted to N. Y. bar, 1889; engaged in gen.
practice at Buffalo, N. Y. Address: Buffalo, N. Y.

Author; b. near Poughkeepsie, N. Y., May 25, 1841;
s. Thomas Jefferson and Eliza W. Farnham; ed. in
schs. of San Francisco and N. Y.; studied music In
Paris and N. Y. City and taught music for ten years;
engaged in mechanics and invention. 1870-1S80, and
during same period contributed to various publica-
tions; since 1880 continuously occupied with literary
work, including articles on canoeing in Labrador and
Canada, and on the life and characteristics of the
French-Canadian people. Author: Life of Francis
Parkman, 1901. Address: New-burgh, N. Y.


Professor of music; b. Cesarea, Turkey, 1859; s.
Wilson A. and Caroline ('Palmer) Farnsworth: studied
music in Boston and Worcester; studied in Germany,
France and England, 1907-1908; m. Worcester, Mass.,
1890, Miss C. J. Allen. Organist and teacher of music.
Worcester, Mass.. 1876-1SSS; instr. in music, Colo.
State Univ., supervisor of music public schools, con-
ductor of choral society and orchestra, 18S9-1900;
instr. in music, 1900-1901, adjunct prof, music since
1901 Teachers' Coll., Columbia Univ. Pres. Music
Teachers' Nat Ass'n since 1912. Author: Education
Through Music. Editor: Songs for Schools. Address:
Teachers' Coll., N. Y. City.


Gen. Sec. Am. Bankers' Ass'n; b. Detroit, Mich.,
Dec. 2, 1852; s. Leander L. and Frances (Higgins)
Farnsworth; ed. public schs., Detroit, Mich.; m. Jack-
son, Mich., Dec. 2, 1891 Henrietta Bloomfield Clark-
son; children: Frederick Clarkson, b. Oct. 22, 1892;
Clarkson Lewis, b. Sept. 22, 1896. Started early in life
in boot and shoe line, with father; but owing to 111
health of father, was compelled to take entire charge
of concern, which he managed 15 years, when ill
health obliged him to retire. Was identified with
Art Loan Ass'n of Detroit, which was organized 1SS3.
and app't gen. sec. and exec, officer; sec. Michigan
Club, 1S87-1S97; appt'd cashier 1'nion Nat. Bank, 1897.
After several years, gave up banking, and branched
into several business enterprises, retaining position
as dir. of bank. Was ass't treas. Detroit Fair and
Exp'n. Was instrumental in bringing about org'n
of secretaries of State Bankers' Ass'ns, of which he
was sec. and treas., and Conf. of Clearing Houses
of U. S., 1899, of which he was sec; was v.-p. and
sec. Clearing House Section of Am. Bankers' Ass'n:
app't gen. sec. Am. Bankers' Ass'n. 1907. Also sec.
and treas. Mooswa Mining Co., of Minn. Served in
N. G.' of Mich., on staff of Gov. Luce, as mem. State
Mil. B'd. and treas.: had charge of dept. devoted to
old soldiers of Civil War. and Soldiers' Hosp. Fund
of Detroit. Was City assessor of Detroit, and post-
master of Marlborough. Mich. Republican: Methodist.
Mason (32). Knights Templar, Knight of Pythias;
pres. Mich. Soc. of N. Y. : corporator of Detroit Museum
of Art (sec. 25 years, until 1907). Recreation: Motor-
ing. Clubs: N. Y. Athletic. Lawyers, Pilgrims, De-
troit. Residence: S00 Riverside Drive. Address: 5
Nassau St., N. Y. City.




Lawyer; b. New Haven, Conn., 1S74; s. Frederick
B. and Clara A. (Prince) Farnsvvorth; grad. Sheffield
Scientific Sen. (Yale), Ph.B., 1894; Yale Law Sen..
LL.B., 1897; Columbian Univ. Master Patent Law,
1898; m. Albany, N. Y., 1902, Bertha Boss; children:
Philip, Jr. b. 1903; Gordon, b. 1910. Lawyer; veteran
New Haven Grays. Progressive; Episcopalian. Clubs:
Highland, Y'ale, Graduates. Residence: Summit, N. J.
Address: 149 Broadway, N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Lower Chanceford, Y'ork Co., Pa., March
3, 1861; s. John and Sarah (Wilson) Farquhar; ed.
public schs., Easton, Pa.; grad. Lafayette Coll.,
Easton, A.B., 18SO; Columbia Univ. Law Sch., LL.B.,
1887; m. Briar Cliff, N. Y., Jan. 2, 1S97, Caroline Hyatt;
one child. Caroline, b. Dec. 8. 1900. Admitted to
N. Y. Co. Bar, June, 1887; practised in ass'n with firm
of Strong & Cadwalader. until June, 1901), engaging
independently until April 1, 1902. Sec. Lackawanna
Steel Co., until Aug., 1906; practising law since 1906.
Republican; Presby'n. Mem. Delta Kappa Epsilon
fraternity. Residence: 124 Bruce Av., Yonkers, N. Y.
Address: 59 Wall St., N. Y. City.


Author; b. Norfolk, Va 1844; s. Admiral David G.
and Virginia L. Farragut; grad. U. S. Mil. Acad., West
Point, 1S6S; m. N. Y. City, 1869, Gertrude Metcalfe.
After some time in the army resigned and was in
employ of the Central R. R. of N. J. Author: Life
of David Glasgow Farragut, First Admiral of the
United States Navy. Mem. Naval Order of U. S., Am.
Geog. Soc, Mil. Order of Loyal Legion, Ass'n of Grad-
uates of U. S. Mil. Acad. Clubs: University, Century.
Address: 113 E. 36th St., N. Y. City.


Educator; b. Newark, N. J., June 14, 1867; s. Samuel
A. and Louise (Wilson) Farrand: ed. Newark Acad.,
Princeton, AJB.. 1S88. A.M., 1891; Coll. Phys. and Surg.
(Columbia), M.D.. 1891; post-grad, work at Cambridge,
England, 1891-1892; Berlin, 1S92-1893; m. N. Y. City,
Feb. 1, 1901, Margaret K. Carleton; children: Margaret
Propert, b. 1902; Louise Wilson b. 1903; John, b. 1904;
Mary Dalton, b. 1907; Robert Kitchel, b. 1908. Instr.
physiol. psychology, 1893-1S99; adjunct prof, psychol-
ogy, 1901-1903; prof, anthropology since 1903, Colum-
bia Univ. Fellow N. Y. Acad. Sciences, A.A.A.S.; mem.
Am. Soc. Naturalists. Am. Psychol. Ass'n (sec. 1S95-
1904): fallow Am. Ethnol. Soc; mem. Am. Folklore
Soc. (pres. 1903); exec. sec. Nat. Ass'n for Study and
Prevention of Tuberculosis. Author of monographs
and papers relating to anthropology of Am. Indians.
Clubs: University, Princeton. Address: lOo E. 22d St.,
N. Y. City,


Opera singer; b. Melrose, Mass.. Feb. 28, 18S2; d.
Sydney and Henrietta (Barnes) Farrar; grad. public
schs., Melrose; received musical ed'n in Paris and
Berlin. Made debut as Marguerite in Faust, Royal
Opera House, Berlin, 1901. Mem. Berlin Royal Opera
since 1901, and Metropolitan Opera since 1906. Resi-
dence: Berlin, Germany. Address: Met. Opera House,
N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Brooklyn, N. Y., Aug. 3, 1S67; s. Ben-
jamin F. and Julia (Redmond) Farrar; ed. public schs.
and Brooklyn High Sen.; m. Brooklyn, N. Y., June 28,
1893, Eleanor G. Kelly; children: Grace Eleanor, b.
1894; John Redmond, b. 1897. Admitted to bar in
1888. Engaged in gen. practice of law in N. Y. City,
1SSS-1910. Mem. of Assembly of N. Y.. 190S-1909;
elected justice Municipal Court of City of N. Y. for
full term of ten years, beginning Jan. 1. 1910. Re-
publican. Clubs: Invincible, Stuyvesant Heights Re-
publican, Fulton Council, Royal Arcanum (all of
Brooklyn), Masons (N. Y. City). Mahopac Boat (Lake
Mahopac, X. Y.). Address: 415 Hancock St., Brook-
lyn, N. Y.


Educator; b. Washington Co., Pa., March 11, 1870;
s. Samuel Clarke and Marietta (Cooke) Farrar; grad.
Washington and Jefferson Coll., A.B., 1891; Columbia
Univ., A.M., 1904; m. Allegheny, Pa. June 30, 1902.
Edna V. Patterson; children: Elizabeth Dean, b. March
5. 1907; Alexander Patterson, b. May 19. 1911. Teacher
of English and Latin, Allegheny, Pa.', High School,
1891-1S96; head of English Dept., 1896-1900; grad.
student Columbia Univ., 1900-1903; teacher of Eng-
lish DeWitt Clinton High Sch., N. Y. City, 1901-1903;
head of English -Dept. Erasmus Hall High Sch.
(Brooklyn) since 1903. Pres. N. Y. City Ass'n of High

School Teachers of English, 1907-1909. Editor: Ma-
cauley's Lord Clive (Longman's, 1910). Mem. Phi
Delta Theta fraternity. Club: Graduates (N. Y. City).
Address: 421 E. ISth St., Brooklyn. N. Y.


Banker; to. Bristol, Jnd Nov. 14, 1874; s. John W.
and Mary J. Farrell; ed. Bristol High Sch., Transyl-
vania Univ., Lexington, Ky.; m. Oct. 14, 1898, Nellie
May Richards. Sec. Indiana Bankers' Ass'n, 1899-
1903; mem. Exec. Com. Am. Bankers' Ass'n, 1903-1906.
Ass't cashier Capital Nat. Bank, Indianapolis, Ind.,
1S99-1903; v.-p. Fort Dearborn Nat. Bank, Chicago,
111.; 1903-1906; Irving Nat. Bank, N. Y. City, 1906-
1909. Pres. and dir. Essex County Nat. Bank; dir.
Securities Saving Bank. Republican; Methodist. Ma-
son. Recreations: Golf, riding. Union League
i N. Y. City), Essex, Down Town (Newark), Essex
County Country (W. Orange), Baltusrol Country
(Short Hills, N. J.). Residence: 624 Clifton Av. Ad-
dress: Essex County Nat. Bank, Newark, N. J.


Capitalist. Pres. and dir. U. S. Steel Corp'n; dir.
U. S. Steel Products Export Co., Tenn. Coal, Iron &
R. R. Co. Address: 30 Church St., N. Y. City.


Capitalist; b. Albany, N. Y., Mar. 24, 1870; s. Jonn
Henry Farrell; m. April 5, 1893, Margaret R., Q.
Anthony N. Brady, Albany, N. Y. Address: Thurlow
Terrace, Albany, N. Y.


Am. News Co. mg'r; b. in Ireland, 1843; came to
America, 1848, with father, who emigrated during
political troulbles of 1848. Entered service, I860, of
Dexter & Brother, news agents, N. Y. City; afterward
prominent mems. of Am. News Co., founded in 1864.
Went South, 1864, and undertook mg'mt of book firm
of John M. Cooper & Co., of Savannah, Ga., then in a
desperate state as a result of the war; made com-
promises with creditors of house, and as partner in
firm, managed business successfully until 1869, when
returned to N. Y. City, and established the National
News Co. This, after a few years, became merged
in the Am. News Co., of which was made dir.; went
. to Philadelphia as mg'r Central News Co. (branch of
Am. News Co.), 1878; inaugurated here the wagon de-
livery system and the method of short credits and
quick collections; now mg'r Am. News Co. Treas.
Roman Catholic Orphan Asylum; mem. of various
clubs and ass'ns. Residence: 182 W. 58th St. Address:
11 Park PI., N. Y. City.


Publisher; b. N. Y. City, July 24, 1838; s. William H.
and Frances Child (Francis) Farrington; ed. private
schs., prepared for coll., passing examination, but pre-
vented by ill health from taking course; m. N. Y. City.
Oct. 24, 1860, Sophie De Vofc; childreYi: Fannie, b. 1863;
William H., b. 1871; Thomas Coggeshall, b. 1878; Helen
Congdon, lb. 1881. Has pursued a ibusiness and literary
life; trustee, sec. and treas. D. Van Nostrand Co. Mem.
N. Y. City Charity Org'n Soc; Nat. Geog. Soc (Wash-
ington, D. C), N. Y. State Hist. Ass'n, Am. Museum of
Natural History, N. Y. Acad, of Science. Met. Museum
of Art (N.Y.), Nantucket (Mass.) Hist. Ass'n, Hort.
iSoc. of N. Y Residence: Elizaibeth, N. J. Address: 23
Murray St., N. Y. City.


Consulting railroad and mining eng'r: b. Snow Hill,
Md., April 20, 1855; s. William H. and Catherine A.
(Jackson) Farrow; grad. Baltimore City Coll., 1872;
U. S. Mil. Acad., 1876; m. 1897, Elizabeth E. Downing,
inventor and discoverer of gravity control by intensifi-
cation of Hertzian waves. Author: Farrow's Military
Encyclopedia; Camping on the Trail; West Point and
the Military Academy; American Small Arms. Ad-
dress: 50 Church St., N. Y. City.


Wholesale merchant; b. Chicago, 111., Oct. 6, 1858; s.
John V. and Emeret (Cooley) Farwell; ed. Lake For-
est Acad., Willlston Sem., East Hampton, Mass., 1875;
Yale. Univ., B.A., 1879; m. Wheaton, 111., May 20, 1884,
Ellen Drummond (died Aug. 6. 1912); one d.: Kath-
arine, b. Sept. 23, 1889. Pres. John V. Farwell Co.; dir.
Nat. Bank of Republic. Chicago; Harris Safe Deposit
Co., Chicago & Northwestern R'y Co. Republican;
Presby'n. Pres. B'd of Trustees, Y. M. C. A., Chicago;
pres. 1st State Pawners Soc, Chicago; mem. Yale
Corp'n; B'd of Trustees Lake Forest Univ.; pres. Nat.
Citizens' League for promotion of Sound Banking
System. Recreation: Golf. Clubs: Chicago, Univer-
sity, Onwentsia, 'Commercial (Chicago), Merchants,
University (N. Y. City). Residence: Ardleign, Lake
Forrest, 111., and 33 Bellevue PI., Chicago. Address: 102
S. Market St.. Chicago, 111.




Capitalist; b. Chicago, 111., June 23, 1863; s. Charles
B. and Mary Evelyn (Smith) Farwell; ed. Lake Forest
Acad., 111., Yale Univ., B.A., class 1885; m. "Washington,

D. C, July 10. 1902, Mildred Williams. V.-p. John V-
Farwell Co., Chicago; mn'g dir. Capital Freehold Land
& Investment Co., Ltd., of Chicago and London.
Clubs: Chicago, Metropolitan (Washington), St. James
(London), Metropolitan, City Midday (N. Y.), Meadow
Brook, Piping Rock (L. I.). Residence; Syosset, N. Y.
Address: 102 S. Market St., Chicago, 111.


Lawyer, ex-mem. Congress; b. Blmira, N. Y., Nov.
13, 1853; grad. Univ. f Rochester, 1875; post-grad,
work irr law and polit. economy at Univ. of Heidel-
berg, Germany, 1880-1881; m. 1879, Jennie L., d. late

E. B. Crocker, of Sacramento, Calif. Admitted to bar,
1878; dist. att'y Chemung Co., N. Y., 1S79-1880; N. Y.
State Senator, 1884-1891; Republican nominee for gov-
ernor, 1891, but defeated by Roswell P. Flower; elected
1904 to 59th Congress from 33d N. Y. District; re-
elected 1906 to 60th Congress, and again re-elected in
1908 to 61st Congress. Republican; delegate to Rep.
Nat. Conv., Chicago, 1880; temporary ohm'n Rep. Nat.
Conv., Minneapolis, 1892; sec. Nat. Rep. Com., 1888-
1892. Owns interests in mines, ranches, banks, etc., in
West. Address: Elmira, N. Y.


Educator, author; b. Baltimore, Md., April 20, 1870; s.
John and Katherine (Kalbfleisch) Faust; grad. Johns
Hopkins Univ., A.B., 1889, Ph.D., 1892. Traveled and
studied in Europe, 1892-1894. Matriculated Univ. of
Berlin, 1892-1893; unmarried. Instr. German, Johns
Hopkins Univ., 1894-1896; ass't prof. German, Wes-
leyan Univ., Middletown, Conn., 1896-1903; ass't prof.
German, Univ. of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis., 1903-1904;
ass't prof. German, Cornell Univ., Ithaca, N. Y., 1904,
prof, since 1910. Author of Essays; Charles Sealsfleld's
Place in Literature; The Development of Goethe's
Ethical and Religious Views; An Interpretation of the
IX. iBook of Wolfram's Parzival; The Problematic
Hero in German Fiction. Editor of text-books, Heine's
Prose, Zschokke's Tales. Author: Charles Sealsfield
(Carl Postl), Der Diehter beider Hemispharen
Weimar, 1897 (Felber); The German Element In the.
U. S., with special reference to its Political, Moral,
Social and Educational Influence, 1909, which won
$3,000 Conrad Seipp Memorial prize, under auspices of
University of Chicago; Das Deutschtum in den
Vereinigten Staaten, 2 vols. (Teubner). Independent.
Mem. Modern Language Ass'n, Am. Hist. Ass'n, Ver-
band Deutscher Schriftsteller in Amerika, Beta Theta
Pi fraternity, Phi Beta Kappa. Clufbs: Town and
Goiwn, Country (Ithaca). Address: Cornell Heights.
Ithaca, N. Y.


Actor; b. in England, Fdb. 17, 1868; ed. Chigweli
Grammar Sch., Essex, Eng., and Hillmartin Coll., Lon-
don; served ]n English Yeomanry, 1886-1893; married.
Made first appearance in America, 1887, in support of
Helen Hastings, Union Sq. Theatre, N. Y. City; joined
Lyceum Co. for a time, and after leaving that ap-
peared as Leo in Rider Haggard's She, and with Mrs.
Minnie Fiske in a number of plays; under Frohman's
management ever since in New York; played in The
Squaw Man, 1905-1906; Herod, and The Barlber of New
Orleans. Club: Lambs. Address: 214 E. 17th St., N.
Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Natick, Mass., Oct. 8, 1880; s. Richmond
and Josephine (Temple) Favour; ed. Natick, Mass.,
public schs., Amherst Coll. B.S., 1903; N. Y. Law Sch.,
LL.B., 1905; m. Kenton, O., Sept. 25 1907, Ethel Lam-
bert; children: Catharine, b. April 24, 1909; Mary
Temple, b. Nov. 9, 1910. Partner in firm Favour &
Colwell. Mem. Ass'n Bar City of N. Y., Amherst
Ass'n, Phi Delta Theta. Club: Nipnischen. Residence:
Spuyten Duyvil. Address: 43 Cedar St., N. Y. City.


Mining eng'r; b. Appleton City, Mo., March 12. 1871;
s. Levi L. and Adaline (Hill) Fay; grad. Mo. Sch. of
Mines, Rolla, Mo., B.S., E.M., 1902; post-grad, course
in geology, Columbia Univ., A.M., 1905-1906; m.
Brooklyn, N. Y., Nov. 4, 1908, Clara L. Constable.
Ass't to sec. of Am. Inst. Mining Eng'rs, 1902-1903;
ass't mining eng'r, Greene Consolidated Copper Co.,
Cananea. Mex., 1903-1905; mining eng'r at Tin City,
Alaska, with Bartels Tin Mining Co., 1906-1907;
mining eng'r with John T. Williams & Son. Bristol,
Tenn., 1907-1908; editorial staff of Engineering &
Mining Journal, N. Y. City, 1909-1910; editor Mineral
Industry, 1911; now mining eng'r U. S. Bureau of
Mines, Washington, D. C. Republican; Congregation-

alist (Plymouth Ch., Brooklyn). Mem. Am. Inst.
Mining Eng'rs, Tau Beta Pi fraternity. Address:
Care Engineering and Mining Journal, 505 Pearl St.,
N. Y. City.


Concert player, teacher; b. Bayou Goula, La., May
21, 184 1; d. Rev. Charles (s. Judge Fay, Cambridge,
Mass.) and Emily Hopkins Fay (d. Bishop John Henry
Hopkins, of Vt.); ed. St. Albans, Vt., Cambridge, Mass.,
and Berlin, Germany; studied music six years in Eu-
rope under such masters as Tausig, Kullak, Liszt
and Deppe; made debut in concert of Mendelssohn
Glee Club of N. Y. City, 1876; played with Theodore
Thomas Orchestra, Cambridge, 1877; was first to in-
troduce piano concertos with orchestra in Worcester
(Mass.) annual musical festivals; has traveled ex-
tensively in U. S., giving concerts and recitals in
many of the leading cities; gave lecture recitals in
the N. Y. City public schools (evenings), 1902-1905;
on account of informal style of treating recitals calls
them piano conversations; is identified with many
women's musical clubs, and is interested generally
in the advancement of women in music. Author:
Music Study in Germany, 1881, which was reviewed
and titled by Longfellow, and has passed through
more than 25 editions, and translated into French
and German by request of Liszt. Pres. Women's Phil-
harmonic Soc. of N. Y. City; now engaged on a book
on South America. Address: 60 W. 94th St., N Y


Lawyer; b. Newport, Ky., Nov. 9, 1853; grad. St.
Xavier Coll., Cincinnati, O., A.B., 1871 (A.M.); post-
grad, studies in Europe. Gen. att'y Western Union
Telegraph Co., Am. Diit. Telegraph Co. of N. J., and
many other corp'ns. Residence: Glen Ridge, N. J.
Address: 195 Broadway, N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Cumberland, Md., Nov. 4, 1874; s. James
Amos (M.D.) and Elizabeth (McHenry) Fechtig; ed.
Calvert Hall, Baltimore public schs., Baltimore, St.
John's Coll., Annapolis, A.B., 1895, A.M., 1898; Univ.
of Md., LL.B., 1S97; m. N. Y. City 1911. Lula A. James.
In practise since admission to ibar; justice in police
courts, Baltimore, 1900-1904. Pres. Corp'n Co. of
America, sec. and solicitor Atlantic Fruit Co. Demo-
crat. Mem. Bar Ass'n, Balto. City, Md.; State Bar
Ass'n, Pan-Am. Soc. of U. S., Geog. Soc, Fraternal
Order of Eagles. Trustee St. John's Coll., Annapolis,
Md. Club: Lawyers. Residence: S00 Riverside Drive.
Addresses: 11 Broadway, N. Y. City; 839 Equitable
Bld'g, Baltimore, Md.


Editor; b. Lockport. N. Y., May 28, 1876; s. James
and Winifred (Byrnes) Feeley; ed. Lockport High
Sch. Connected with newspaper work until 1910; was
editor Review Printing and Publishing Co. Mem. N.
Y. State Legislature, 1910; Lockport B'd of Health for
3 years. Mem. Lockport B'd of Ed'n since 1900; now
Niagara County Clerk, entering on second term, Jan.
1. 1914. Republican; Roman Catholic. Mem. Knights
of Columbus. Address: 206 Niagara St., Lockport,
N. Y.


Lawyer; b. N. Y. City, July 31, 1847; s. John and
Elizabeth (Lowe) Feitner; ed. public schs., City Coll.:
m. N. Y., 1877, Mary Moore; children: Mrs. Marie ' E.
Powell, Mrs. Nina Willis Chatillon, Quentin Field.
Studied law with Quentin McAdam; admitted to the
bar, 1869; comm'r of taxes, 1883-1892; city magistrate,
1893-1895; pres. Dep't Taxes, 1898-1901; referee of Su-
preme Court in various cases. Senior mem. Arm of
Feitner & Beck for 25 years. Mem. State Bar Ass'n,
Catholic Hist. Soc; trustee St. Patrick's Cathedral;

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