the U. S. Coffee Co., and of the Western Candy
Co. Democrat. Jewish religion. Served in Pit-
kin Guards of Lake City, Colo., in the Colo-
rado N. G. Office: 116-18 Franklin St. Resi-
dence: 4558 Ellis Av.
HARTMANN", Adolph, manufacturer; b. Heil-
bronn, Germany, Dec. 6, 1851; s. Johann Chris-
tian and Caroline (Schuchmann) Hartmann;
ed. at gymnasium, Heilbronn, Ger. ; m. Ottawa,
111., May 31, 1874, Caroline Knoedler; children:
Carl A., Amanda, Adolph O. Came to Chicago
from Germany; worked as metal worker, 1865-
1877; was in galvanized iron and cornice roof-
ing business as mem. of firm of Hartmann &
Clausen, 1877-93. when with associates organ-
ized and incorporated the Am. Metal Ware Co.,
of which he is pres. Office: 85-7 Huron St.
Residence: 958 N. Clark St.
HABTMANN, John, wood carving; b. Hu-
sum, Ger., Jan. 11, 1865; s. Andrew and Eliza-
beth (Joe'rsrenson) Hartmann; ed. public
schools in Germany; m. Chicago, Apr., 1890,
Emma Kunz. Learned the trade of a wood
carver in Germany, and rame from that coim-
try direct to Chicago in 1884; worked for sev-
eral firms until 1890. when established in busi-
ness for self as an architectural wood carver,
in which be has since been engaered. Received
an award from the World's Columbian Exposi-
tion in 1S93 for architectural wood carving
work. Office: 13 N. Jefferson St. Residence:
2621 Park PI.. Evanston. 111.
HABTNETT, James, lawyer; b. Galena, 111.,
Jan. 23, 1862; s. Daniel and Catharine (Dom-
hoe) Hartnett; ed. public schools and at the
State Normal School in Indiana: became a
teacher in public schools in 1881, and from
Sept.. 1889, to June, 1891. was supt. of schools
of Henry. 111.; studied law in leisure hours
while engaered in teaching, and during vaca-
tions, in office of Fred S. Potter; admitted to
bar, June 14, 1892. Began general practice of
law in Chicago in 1892: was associated with
Judge R. M. Wing and Daniel Donahoe in
trial of The People vs. Daniel Coughlin. and
since 1894 has been, with Daniel Donahoe. in
firm of Donahoe & Hartnett. Office: 59 Clark
Ft. Residence: 1052 Chase Av.
HARTWriili. Abraham Vedder, coal; b. Den-
mark, N. Y., Aug. 30. 1828: s. Morris W. and
Louvisa (Taylor) Hartwell: ed. Gouverneur, N.
Y.; m. Utica. N. Y., Nov. 10, 1859. Margaret A.
Bates: children: Fred G., Laura L.. Morris W.
"Was in service of the C. & A. R. R. for about
37 years, beginning in 1863 as fuel agent of
the road; engaged in construction of road.
1860-3: became purchasing agent in 1865. and
so continued until Jan. 1. 1900; since then
rres. of the F. G. Hartwell Co., coal. Clubs:
Illinois. Washington Park. Office: Fisher
Bids*. Residence: 4953 Lake Av.
HABTWEItl, D. Edwin; b. Philadelphia,
Pa. Since 1885 sec. of Swift & Co.. meat pack-
in^ and slaughtering. Also dir. Fort Dearborn
Nat. Bank, Hibernian Banking Assn., Ken-
wood Trust & Savings Bank (vice-pres.), Illi-
nois Cold Storage Co. (pres.). Swift Re-
frigerat9r Transportation Co. (2d vice-pres ),
Swift Live Stock Transportation Co. (2d vice-
pres.), and Mechanical Manufacturing Co.
(treas.). Clubs: Chicago Athletic, Midlothian.
Office: 240 LaSalle St. Residence: 4315 Drexel
HABTWELL, Edwin S., pres. and dir. E. S.
Hartwell & Co., lumber; vice-pres. and dir.
Chicago Consolidated Traction Co. Clubs: Un-
ion League, Washington Park, Chicago Ath-
letic, Edgewater Golf. Office: 279 Dearborn St.
Residence: 35 Stratford PI.
HABTWELL, Pred Gay, coal; b. Amster-
dam, N. Y., Aug. 1, 1861; s. Abraham V. and
Margaret A. Hartwell ; removed with parents to
Chicago, 1866; ed. Chicago schools; m. Chica-
go, Jan. 6, 1886, Jennie Barbour; children:
Ruth, Margaret. At 16 years of age left school
and began business life in father's coal office
at 12th St. bridge, and from minor clerk
worked his way up to supt. of the business,
of which, with James J. Kelly, became proprie-
tor, 1883, under firm name of Hartwell &
Kelly; since 1884 dir. and mgr. F. G. Hartwell
Co. Also dir. Northwestern Gas Light and
Coke Co. Clubs: Washington Park, Chicago
Athletic, Kenwood, Mid-Day, Calumet Golf. Of-
fice: Fisher Bldg. Residence: 4932 Lake Av
HABTY, Michael, manufacturer sash, doors,
frames, mouldings, etc.; b. Co. Tipperary, Ire
Aug. 4, 1845; s. Michael and Catherine
(Brererton) Harty; came to U. S. in child-
hood; ed. public schools; m. Chicago, 1869,
Mary Holmes; children: George, Robert, Wil-
liam, Nellie. Began as a boy in the employ of
Abbott & Kingman, sash and door factory;
thoroughly learned the practical details of the
business, and worked as journeyman and
foreman in various factories prior to estab-
lishing for himself 20 years ago: since organi-
zation, Mar., 1889, pres. of Harty Bros. &
Harty Co., wholesale manufacturers of sash,
doors, frames, mouldings and fine interior
finish. Independent In politics. Catholic. Royal
Arcanum. Office: 442 W. 21st St. Residence:
798 Flournoy St.
HABTZ, Irvinjf Thomas, vice-pres. Morden
Frog and Crossing Co.; b. Peoria, 111.. Mar.,
1861; a. Capt. Samuel B. and Virginia Thomas
Hartz; ed. public schools of Illinois; m. Chica-
KO, 1887, Lillian Terhune; children: Homer.
Virginia, Mildred. Was for about 5 years en-
gaged in the grain and railroad business in
Peoria and Chicago, later in charge of the of-
fices and finances of the building of the New
York Croton Aqueduct in New York City; re-
turned to Chicago in 1888-9; associated as sec.
and mgr. of the Calumet Iron and Steel Co.,
1889-92, inclusive; then from 1896 to 1899
pres. of the Union Cold Storage Co.. and from
1895 with the Morden Fro? and Crossing
Works as vice-pres., dir. and mgr. Clubs: Chi-
cago Athletic. Washington Park, Kenwood,
Homewood. Mem. Loyal Legion. Office: The
Rookery. Residence: 4919 Washington Av.
HAHVEY, Elbert Alphens. manufacturer: b.
Chicago, Jan. 9, 1877; s. Turlington W. and
Belle Sheridan (Badger) Harvey; ed. Harvard
School, 1889-90; Chicago Manual Training
School, 1890-3 (grad.); Armour Institute, 1893-
1894; Marietta College. 1897-1900: Chicago
Univ., 1900-1. graduating, A.B. Joined office
force, Oct., 1901, of the Acme Gas Co. (incor-
porated Nov.. 1900); has had charge of me-
chanical engineering work of company from
1901; was elected Jan., 1902, and now is, treas.
and dir. of the company, and Jan., 1903, gen.
mgr. of the company. Republican. Presbyte-
rian. Office: Monadnock Blk. Residence 59 Pine
HARVEY, George lyon, architect; b. Chi-
cago, Nov. 8, 1866; s. T. W. and Maria (Hard-
man) Harvey; ed. public schools of Chicago
and at Massachusetts Institute of Technology,
graduating as mechanical engineer in class of
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1888; m. Chicago, 1890, Mabel Streeter; chil-
dren: Dorothy, Marjorie. Engaged in practice
as architect and consulting engineer since
1888; was for several years connected with
the Harvey Lumber Co. Republican. Club: Uni-
versity. Office: 175 Dearborn St. Residence:
1461 Ridge Av., Evanston, 111.
HARVEY, Oeorg-e MacMickinfif, insurance;
b. Niagara-on-the-Lake, Can., Apr. 28, 1848; s.
James and Janet (Oliver) Harvey; ed. gram-
mar school and Phillips Acad., Niagara; m.
Chicago, Oct. 19, 1886, Lucy Dale Halsted;
children: George M., Jr., Henry Halsted, Janet.
In fire underwriting business from 1865, be-
ginning with Rounds & Hall, of Buffalo, N. Y.,
until 1870, when came to Chicago and became
connected with the agency of S. M. Moore &
Co.; then with McCormick Bros. & Findlay,
Chicago, and for the past 20 years at head of
George M. Harvey & Co. Republican. Episco-
palian. Clubs: Chicago Athletic, Coleman Lake
Fishing and Shooting, Glen View. Office: 159
LaSalle St. Residence: 36 Stratford PI.
HARVEY, James Alexander, physician; b.
Chicago, Nov. 6, 1869; s. John and Margaret
(Thomson) Harvey; ed. Chicago high schools,
Univ. of Chicago, 1890-2, and Rush Med. Col-
lege, M.D., 1896; resident physician, Presby-
terian Hosp. ; special student Univ. of Glas-
gow, 1896-8; post-grad, work in Vienna, 1903.
In practice of medicine in Chicago since 1898;
associate in surgery. Rush Med. College,
1898-1900; instructor in medicine, Rush Med.
College, since 1900. Associate med. staff, Cook
Co. Hosp.; attending physician Central Free
Dispensary. Mem. Chicago Med. Soc., Missis-
sippi Valley Med. Soc., Am. Med. Assn. Office:
100 State St. Residence: Hyde Park Hotel.
HARVEY, Joel D., real estate; b. Kane
Co., 111., 1837; s. Joel and Polly Harvey; ed.
public schools of Kane Co.; m. Kane Co., 1858,
Julia Plato; 3 children. Admitted to bar of
Illinois in 1858; practiced law in Kane Co. un-
til 1864, when removed to Chicago and en-
gaged in practice here, also engaging in the
real estate 'business in this city, and still con-
tinues in a general real estate and loan busi-
ness. Republican. Was for 9 years collector
of internal revenue in Chicago under the ad-
ministrations of Pres. Grant, Hayes, Gar-
field, Arthur and Cleveland. Office: 171 LaSalle
St. Residence: Geneva. 111.
HARVEY, Julian Corneille, insurance; b.
Lincoln, Neb., Mar. 18, 1869; s. Augustus Ford
and Julia A. (Studley) Harvey; father was a
widely known insurance actuary and writer on
technical subjects; ed. public and high schools
of Klrkwood, Mo.; Washington Univ., St.
Louis, Mo., LL.B., 1897; also special work in
Univ. of Virginia. Asst. sec. of the Covenant
Mutual Life Insurance Co., of St. Louis, Mo.,
1 890-7; consulting actuary at St. Louis, Mo.,
1897-1904, and on Mar. 3, 1904, became 2d vice-
pres. of the Nat. Life Insurance Co. of U. S.
A. Democrat. Office: 159 LaSalle St. Residence:
HARVEY, Paul Stanwood, manufacturer; b.
Chicago, Dec. 31, 1878; s. Turlington W. and
Belle Sheridan (Badger) Harvey: ed. in Haven
(public) School, Harvard (private) School,
Chicago Manual Training School, Marietta
Acad., grad., 1897; Marietta College for year,
1897-8; Harvard Univ., 2 years. 1898-1900;
Univ. of Chicago, 1900-1. Entered employ of
Acme Gas Co., Oct., 1901; made sec. Jan., 1902,
and vlce-pres. and sec. in Jan., 1903, and is
also a dir. Company manufactures and installs
pas plants in mfg. establishments, where the
gas Is used as fuel in furnaces. Republican.
Presbyterian. Club: Harvard. Office: Monad-
HARVEY, Robert Hatfield, physician; b.
Chicatro, Deo. 12, 1869; s. T. W. and Maria
(Hardman) Harvey; ed. Chicago public
schools, Northwestern Univ. and Northwest-
ern Univ. Med. School, M.D., 1894; m. Chicago,
Apr. 5, 1898, Bertha Botsford. Engaged In
practice of medicine in Chicago since 1894;
physician to Chicago Orphan Asylum and to
the Michigan Central R. R. Mem. Am. Med.
Assn., Illinois State Med. Soc., Chicago Med.
Soc., Mississippi Valley Med. Soc., Chicago
Soc. of Internal Medicine, Chicago Patholog-
ical Soc., Chicago Pediatric Soc., Chicago
Medico-Legal Soc. Republican. Clubs: Wash-
ington Park, Univ. Office: 100 State St. Resi-
dence: 2100 Calumet Av.
HARVEY, Turlington Walker, lumber mer-
chant; b. Siloam, Madison Co., N. Y., Mar. 10,
1835; s. Joshua and Paulina (Walker) Harvey;
ed. public school and Oneida (N. Y,) Acad.;
m., 1st, 1859, Maria Hardman, of Louisville,
Ky. (died 1871); children: Charles A., John R.,
George L., Robert H.; m., 2d, May 28, 1873,
Belle S. Badger, of Chicago; children: Belle B.,
Turlington W., Jr., Elbert A., Paul S. Learned
carpenter's trade in boyhood; came to Chica-
go, 1854; employed in sash, door and blind fac-
tories until 1859; mem. planing mill firm of
Lamb & Harvey, 1859-65; bought out his part-
ner, 1865, and afterward conducted business
alone, greatly enlarging it, acquiring large
mills at Muskegon, Mich., and Marinette, Wis. ;
incorporated the business, 1883, becoming
pres. T. W. Harvey Lumber Co. Pres. Y. M. C.
A., 1871-3, and 1876-9; dir. since 1866, and
pres., 1886, Chicago Relief and Aid Soc., and
on its executive committee and in active
charge of the shelter work of the soc. after
the fire of 1871. Has large stock farm in
Eastern Nebraska. Laid out town of Harvey
and located there a number of important in-
vestments; is officer and dir. in various com-
panies; pres. Acme Gas Co. Office: Monadnock
Blk. Residence: 49 Pine Grove Av.
HARVEY, William Spencer, physician; b.
Galesburg, 111., Aug. 29, 1859; s. William Na-
thaniel and Lovina (Brewer) Harvey; ed. Knox
Acad. and Knox College, Galesburg, 111., grad-
uating with honor from latter, A.B., 1880
(A.M., same, 1883); attended med. dept. of
Univ. of Michigan and Hahnemann Med. Col-
lege of Chicago, graduating M.D., 1883; m.
1891, Alice Flash, of New Orleans, La.; chil-
dren: Alice Flash, William Spencer, Jr., George
Wilkins. For 2 years after graduation prac-
ticed with Dr. J. E. Gilman; since then alone,
making a specialty of surgery. Was 3 years
prof, of physiology and histology in Hahne-
mann Med. College. Mem. Illinois State Med.
Soc., Chicago Homo?. Med. Soc., Am. Institute
of Homce., and Clinical Soc. of Hahnemann
Medical College and Hosp. Was one of organ-
izers and a dir. of the Columbian Horace.
Hosp. at World's Columbian Exposition; one
of organizers, sec. and dir. of Homce. Post-
Graduate Med. School. Surgeon Cook Co. Hosp.,
and Garfield Park Sanitarium. Republican.
Episcopalian. Clubs: Chicago Athletic, Wash-
ington Park, Illinois. Office: 103 State St.
HASBROUCK, Charles Alfred, civil engi-
neer; b. on farm at Forest Home, suburb of
Ithaca, N. Y., July 31, 1864; s. Alfred and
Sarah (McKinney) Hasbrouck; grad. Cornell,
C.E., 1884; m. June 14, 1893, Mary Fobes.
Cresco, la. Asst. engineer Detroit Bridge and
Iron Co., 1884-8; engineer Am. Bridge Works,
Chicago, 1888-1900; contracting mgr. R. R.
dept. Western District Am. Bridge Co. since
1900; specialist as bridge and structural en-
gineer. Mem. Am. Soc. Civil Engineers since
1887, British Institution of Civil Engineers,
of London, Eng., since 1904. Office: Monadnock
Blk. Residence: 4740 Madison Av.
HASBROUCK, louis, underwriter; b. Alli-
gerville, Ulster Co., N. Y.. Mar. 24, 1857; s.
Edwin and Elizabeth D. Husbrouck; ed. Chi-
cago public schools and Chicago High School;
m. Chicago, Apr. 20, 1888, Irene Warner; 1
son: Harold. Entered fire insurance business,
as insurance broker, Feb. 1, 1872; later of
firm, Hopkins & Hasbrouck, and afterward
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alone as Louis Hasbrouck Insurance Agency;
then joined firm of Smith, Rothermel & Has-
brouck, now Rothermel & Hasbrouck; firm
are mgrs. for U. S. of the Traders Insurance
Co., -of Chicago, and also represent the Nor-
wich Union Fire Insurance Co., of England;
Allemannia Fire Insurance Co., of Pittsburgh,
Pa.; Phoenix Insurance Co., Hartford, Conn.;
London Assurance Corporation, of England;
New Amsterdam Plate Glass Insurance Co.,
of New York. Republican. Mem. Chicago Ath-
letic Club, Sons of New York, Royal Arcanum.
Office: 148-150 LaSalle St. Residence: 196
HASELTINE, Burton, oculist and aurist;b.
Richland Center, Wis., Sept. 27, 1874; s. Has-
cal and Martha (Pierce) Haseltine; ed. high
school of Cochranton, Pa.; Allegheny College,
Meadville, Pa.; Cleveland Univ. of Medicine,
Cleveland, O. ; Hahnemann Med. College of
Chicago, M.D., Mar. 26, 1896. Engaged in med.
practice in Chicago since 1896; specialist in
diseases of eye, ear, nose and throat. Senior
prof, of diseases of throat and nose in Hahne-
mann Med. College of Chicago; eye, ear and
throat surgeon to Cook Co. Hosp., and to Chi-
cago Home for the Friendless. Sec. Illinois
Homce. Med. Assn. Was editor of The Clinique
(med. journal) for 4 years, ending Jan. 1,
1904. Contributor to leading med. publications
on diseases of eye, ear and throat. Independ-
ent Republican. Office: 100 State St. Resi-
dence: 1250 Michigan Av.
HASKELL, Frederick T., vice-pros. Illinois
Irust and Savings Bank; ed. Chicago public
schools. Has been resident of Chicago for 35
years, and has been engaged in banking in
various capacities ever since leaving school;
vice-pres. of the Illinois Trust and Savings
Bank since 1890; also dir. Illinois Trust Safety
Deposit Co., and of the Am. Luxfer Prism Co.
cf Illinois. Mem. Chicago Stock Exchange.
Vice-pres. Illinois Manual Training School
Farm. Republican. Clubs: Chicago, Union
1 eague, Mid-Day, Washington Park, Caxton,
Bankers. Office: The Rookery. Residence: 2824
HASKELL, John William dag-horn, manu-
facturer; b. Rochester, Mass., July 4, 1844; s.
John P. T. and Harriet (Toppan) Haskell; ed.
public schools, Peoria, 111.; m. Aurora, 111.,
Sept. 25, 1873, Ella R. Mann; children: Har-
riet Elizabeth (now Mrs. John C. Curtiss),
George Austin, John Paul. Worked on farm;
came to Chicago, 1860; entered employ of
Walker & Taylor, trunk manufacturers, and,
in 1865, with his brother, established firm of
Haskell Bros., incorporated, 1903. Republican.
Club: Chicago Athletic. Office: 20 Michigan
Av. Residence: 557 Washington Boul.
HASKELL, Joseph Elnathan, trunks; b.
Rochester, Plymouth Co., Mass., Feb. 22, 1846;
s. John P. T. and Harriet (Toppan) Haskell; ed.
public schools of Peoria, 111.; m. Chicago, Aug.
4, 1873, Myra Balkam; children: Asaph Whittle-
sey, Myra. Lived on a farm near Peoria, 111.,
until 1862, when he came to Chicago and
learned trunk-maker's trade; in 1865, with
brother, established firm of Haskell Bros, (in-
corporated 1903), of which he is pres. Repub-
lican. Office: 94 Wabash Av. Residence: 521
HASKELL, Loomis Pomroy, D.D.S., den-
tist; b. Bangor, Me., Apr. 25, 1826; s. Benja-
min and Mary (Fuller) Haskell; father died
when he was 5 years old; mother remarried
ond moved, 1838. to Salem, Mass.; attended
public schools in Bangor, Me., and 3 years in
Salem; then worked in a Boston printing of-
fice until he was 19 years old; studied den-
tistry with Dr. M. P. Hanson and moved with
him to Milwaukee, 1856; in 1857 became a resi-
dent of Chicago; m. 1848, Sarah E. Wason, of
Chelsea, Mass.; children: Ella, Lizzie N. (wife
of Rev. W. J. Clark), Isabelle (wife of J. B.
Parsons), Annie Nutt (wife of W. T. Barr) ;
also 2 other daughters, now deceased. After
coming to Chicago, 1857, was for 11 years as-
sociated in practice with Dr. W. W. Allport;
since then in practice alone. During first 4
years of Chicago Dental College was its prof,
of prosthetic dentistry, and later for 3 years
held same chair in dental dept. of Northwest-
ern Univ. Established, 1888, the Haskell Post-
Graduate School of Prosthetic Dentistry (the
first post-graduate dental school), of which
has since been at the head. Was delegate to
the first Free Soil Convention, held at Worces-
ter, Mass. Republican (from organization of
the party). Congregationalist. Visited Europe
3 successive years instructing classes of den-
tists in Berlin, Hamburg, Vienna, and Paris.
For many years writer for various dental
journals. Office: 34 Washington St. Residence:
HASKINS, George William, M.D., D.D.S.,
dentist; b. Monroe, Mich., Dec. 21, 1858; s.
Clark Caryl and Helen Mars (Smith) Has-
kins; removed within a year from birth to
New Albany, Ind., where lived about 20 years;
grad. high school, New Albany, Ind.; grad.
Chicago College of Dental Surgery, D.D.S.,
1887; Chicago Med. College, M.D., 1889; m.
Chicago, Sept. 16, 1891, Libbie E. Elliott; chil-
dren: Elizabeth Caryl, Clark Elliott, Margaret
Adams. Removed to Chicago, winter of 1879-
80; was in business as partner with J. W.
Heatfield, manufacturing iewelry, 1 year; then
in same business alone until 1885, when sold
out and entered on course in Chicago College
of Dental Surgery; while there served in posi-
tion of anatomical prosector and as asst. to
prof, of chemistry; in dental practice since
1887; professor of metallurgy and prosthetic
dentistry in Northwestern Univ. Dental
School, 1889-96; resigned. Mem. Chicago Med.
Soc., Chicago Dental Soc., Odontographic Soc.,
Illinois State Dental Soc., Physicians' Club of
Chicago, Delta Sigma Delta Soc. Republican.
Office: 67 Wabash Av. Residence: 423 Central
Av., Wilmette, 111.
HASLER, Edward Lionel, pres. and treas.
of E. L. Hasler Co., wholesale fruits; b. Ald-
ingbourne House, near Chichester, Sussex,
Eng., Jan. 12, 1871; s. William Wyndham and
Sarah Selina (Hervey) Hasler. Came to U. S.
to farm in 1889; went to Yankton, S. Dak.;
came to Chicago, 1893, and procured a posi-
tion on S. Water St.; went into business for
self, 1895, in firm of Hasler & Herrick; in 1900
sold out and took a position as mgr. for the
Porter Bros. Co., which failed in 1903. Then
formed the corporation of E. L. Hasler Co.,
fruits, of which is pres. Mem. St. James Epis-
copal Church. Clubs: Chicago, Onwentsia, Sad-
dle and Cycle. Office: 97-9 S. Water St. Resi-
dence: 369 E. Chicago Av.
HASTINGS, Samuel Miles, manufacturer;
b. Reimersburg, Pa., Aug. 14, 1860; s. Eli and
Rachel (Kerr) Hastings; ed. schools of Gard-
ner, 111.; m. Braidwood, 111., Sept. 16, 1881,
Jannette Rankin. Began business career as
clerk in dry goods store at Braidwood, 111.;
in 1879, established in the retail dry goods
business on his own account at Braidwood,
whence, in 1884, he removed it to Streator,
continuing in the same line until 1889, when
he came to Chicago. Traveled in Europe, 1889-
1893, returning to Chicago and engaging in
the contracting business until 1893. In 1893
entered upon the manufacture of scales, under
firm name of Mills & Hastings, and in 1899,
the business was incorporated under the name
of Moneyweight Scale Co., of which he is now
sec. and treas. Also pres. the Computing Co.,
of Dayton, O. ; vice-pres. the Computing Scale
Co., of Canada, Limited; treas. Computing
Scale Co. of America; pres. Moneyweight
Scale Co. of Europe; dir. W. F. Stimpson Co.,
Detroit, Mich.; Stimpson Computing Scale Co.,
Elkhart, Ind., and Acorn Brass Mfg. Co., Chi-
cago. Republican. Mason, K. T. Clubs: Chica-
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go Athletic, Onwentsia. Office: 47 State St.
Residence: 1689 Sheridan Rd.
HATCH, Azel Farnswortli, lawyer; b. Lisle,
DuPage Co., 111., Sept. 6, 1848; s. James Crom-
bie and Charlotte Deborah (Kidder) Hatch ; ed.
Oberlin College, 1865-70; and Yale College,
1870-1; grad. A.B., Yale, 1871, and A.B., ad
eundem, Oberlin, 1871; m., 1st, Lisle, 111., Feb.
5, 1880, Grace Hattie Green (died Apr. 21,
1886) ; m., 2d, Northampton, Mass., June 26,
1894, Elizabeth Bolyn Wright; children: Alice
Venelia, Helen, Laura, Grace Pauline, Azel
Parnsworth, Jr. Admitted to Illinois bar, Sept.
11, 1874, and since then in active general prac-
tice, but mainly in corporation law; promoted
and organized the Equitable Trust Co., and the
Am. Hide & Leather Co., sec. and dir. Chicago
Writing Machine Co., International Fuel Co.,
Metallurgical Development Co., Norton & Co.,
Automatic Fire Protection Co. Prepared and
published the Statutes and Constitutional Pro-
visions of the Several States of the U. S. and
of England on Libel and Slander, with Sugges-
tions for Amendment. Republican. Mem. board
of dirs. of the Chicago Public Library, 1890-3,
and 1894-1900; pres. of that board, 1897-9.
Mem. Chicago Bar Assn., Chicago Law Club,
Illinois State Bar Assn., Chicago Literary
Club. Pres. and dir. the Chicago Nursery and
Half Orphan Asylum. Mem. Am. Social Science
Assn. Congregationalist. Clubs: Union League,
University, Glen View. Office: 100 Washington
St. Residence: 19 Delaware PI.
HATELY, Charles Furuess, commission
merchant and stock broker; b. Brantford,
Ont., Can., Jan. 11, 1876; s. Walter C. and
Bertha (Hale) Hately; ed. Trinity College,
Port Hope, Ont.; Sidcut College, Sidcut, Eng.,
and Shattuck Military Acad., Faribault, Minn.,
grad. in class of 1893; m. Chicago, Aug. 24,
1S98, Mina Hall. Began business life in Chi-
cago, with firm of Hately Bros., exporters, as
mgr. of the office, and then went to New
York in 1898 for Ferran, Ballou & Co., ex-
porters; returned to Chicago in 1899 and
went with J. F. Harris & Co., stocks and
grain, until 1900; then with Finley Barrell
& Co. until 1903, when, with John Geddes,
established the firm of Geddes & Hately, suc-
cessors to Geddes, Kirkwood & Co., commis-
sion merchants and stock brokers. Democrat.
Club: Union League. Office: 169 Jackson Boul.
Residence: 4355 Lake Av.
HATELY, John Craig 1 , capitalist; b. Durham,
Eng., Oct. 30, 1845; s. John and Jane (Craig)
Hately; ed. public schools of Durham, Eng.;
m. Newcastle-on-Tyne, Eng., Jan., 1871, Anna-
bella Robson; children: John George, Ethel
Craig, Margaret M., Louise. After leaving
school, apprenticed to provision business in
Durham, Eng., from 1859, and later with