1 son- Walter Clyde, Jr. Admitted to Illinois
bar 1895, and since then in general practice
of iaw in Chicago. Mem. law firm of Jones &
Addington. Dir. and treas. Benjamin Electrical
Mfg Co., Knickerbocker Mfg. Co., and Peary
Time Stamp Co.; also gen. mgr. of latter. Mem.
Franklin Institute, Philadelphia; Am. Soc. or
Mechanical Engineers; ex-pres. Chicago Elec-
trical Assn. Republican. Clubs: Union League,
Hamilton, Quadrangle, Midlothian. Office: 100
Washington St. Residence: 5540 Monroe Av.
JONES, William A., manufacturer; b.
Chambersburg, Franklin Co., Pa.. Nov. 23,
1849; s. Nathan W. and Sarah E. (Oilman)
Jones; largely self educated; m. LaSalle, 111.,
May 23, 1872, Mary C. Baxley; children: Elsie
May (deceased), Jessie E., Clara E., Mabel A.,
Marcia A. (deceased), Sarah L., Grace G., War-
ren G , Frankie B. Apprenticed to learn iron
molder's trade, Ottawa, 111., 1866; advanced to
foreman in shop before apprenticeship was
finished; moved to Marseilles. 111., where was
foundry foreman for Marseilles Mfg. Co., 1876-
1882; moved to Chicago to take position of
foundry supt., which held until June, 1890;
started foundry for self, 1890; incorporated,
Jan 1, 1904, W. A. Jones Foundry and Ma-
chine Co. Ex-pres. and life mem. Am. Foun-
drymen's Assn. Republican. Baptist. Club: Ash-
land; also several gun clubs. Office: 142-64 W.
North Av. Residence: 325 S. Harvey Av., Oak
JONES, William Hugh, vlce-pres. Interna-
tional Harvester Co. ; b. Penygroes, Wales May
1 1845; s. Hugh Jones; ed. Wales until 1857;
emigrated to Columbia Co., Wis.; m. 1868,
Elizabeth Owen; children: Hugh W., William
O Garfleld R. Worked on farm in Wisconsin
until 1865; agent for Dodge reapers and Cham-
pion mowers, Berlin, Wis., 1866-8; traveling
salesman for L. J. Bush & Co., Milwaukee,
1868-70; employe of E. H. Gammon and Wil-
liam Deering, 1870-81; with E. H. Gammon
established Piano Mfg. Co., at Piano, 111., 1881,
becoming pres., and in 1893 removing plant
to W. Pullman; in 1902, on organization of In-
ternational Harvester Co., became vice-pres.
Republican. Methodist. Club: Union League.
Office: 7 Monroe St. Residence: Evanston, 111.
JONES, William Thomas, mgr. Wright &
Hills Linseed Oil Co.; b. St. Louis, Mo., May 2,
1846; s. William H. and Mary T. (Richeson)
Jones; ed. public schools; m. St. Louis, Mo.,
Nov. 8, 1871, Anna L. Carter; children: Claudia
Richardson, Olive Rankln, Varella Hebbert,
Clarence Be^ktold. Began business career In
the fire brick and sewer pipe works of the
Cheltenham Fire Brick Co., St. Louis, Mo.,
1863-9; then became connected with the Col-
lier White Lead and Oil Co., of St. Louis, and
after its linseed oil dept. was consolidated
with the Nat. Linseed Oil Co., continued with
latter company until in 1899 its effects were
absorbed by the Am. Linseed Co.; then as-
sumed the management of its Wright & Law-
ther Oil and Lead Manufacturing Co. branch at
Chicago, and on Mar. 3, 1899, was transferred
to the management of the Wright & Hills Lin-
seed Oil Co., Chicago, which is a part of the
Am. Linseed Co. Methodist. Royal Arcanum,
A. O. U. W. Office: 22d and Lumber Sts. Resi-
dence: 6506 Peoria St.
JOBDAN, Edwin Oakes, associate prof, bac-
teriology, Univ. of Chicago, since 1900; b.
Thomaston, Me., July 28, 1866; s. J. L. and
E. D. (Bugbee) Jordan; grad. Massachusetts
Institute Technology, 1888 (Ph.D., Clark
Univ., 1892); m. June 16, 1893, Elsie Fay
Pratt. Chief asst. biologist Massachusetts
State Board of Health, 1888-90; lecturer on
biology Massachusetts Institute Technology,
1889-90; fellow in morphology Clark Univ.,
1890-2; associate, 1892-3; instructor anatomy,
Univ. of Chicago, 1893-5; Pasteur Institute,
Paris, 1896. Pres. Soc. of Am. Bacteriologists,
mem. Am. Public Health Assn., Am. Assn.
Pathologists and Bacteriologists. Address:
5720 Woodlawn Av.
JOSIiIH, Alexander Davis, auditor of pas-
senger receipts, I. C. R. R.; b. Norwalk, Huron
Co., O., May 13, 1848; s. Richard Davis and
Mary (Vredenburgh) Joslin; ed. district
school, Peru Twp., Huron Co., O., and gram-
mar and high school, Norwalk, O. ; m. Chicago,
Oct. 25, 1876, Cora Ella Smith; children: Alex-
ander Smith, Ruth. In 1864 entered office of L.
S. & M. S. Ry. machine shops, Norwalk, O., as
bookkeeper's asst.; left early in 1866; came to
Chicago, May, 1866, and in July went to Water-
vliet, Mich., and entered general store of
Swain, Olney & Co., until Nov., 1866, when re-
turned to Chicago and entered general passen-
ger dept. of the I. C. R. R. Co., which company
he has since served continuously, in passenger
dept. until 1874, in accounting dept. since, be-
coming, Jan. 1, 1890, auditor of passenger re-
ceipts. Also dir. Knickerbocker Ice Co.; pres.
and dir. Nat. Union Bldg. Assn. Republican.
Episcopalian. Mem. Nat. Union. Club: Illinois
Athletic. Office: Central Station. Residence: 331
E. 50th St.
JOYCE, Joseph, pres. Empire Paper Co.; b.
Chicago, Mar. 27, 1860; s. Michael and Mary
Joyce; attended Holy Family School, Clark
public school; m. Chicago, June 10, 1885, Ella
McLaughlin; 1 son: Joseph Henry. At age of
16 took position in the wholesale paper house
of Bradner Smith & Co.; afterward with Cleve-
land Paper Co., J. W. Butler Paper Co., and
Calumet Paper Co., until 1895, when he organ-
ized the Empire Paper Co. (pres. and treas.).
Catholic. One of organizers of Chicago Zou-
aves. Mem. Royal Arcanum and Royal League,
Knights Columbus. Club: Sheridan. Office: 72
Sherman St. Residence: 5234 Prairie Av.
JOTCE, William Thomas, lumberman; b.
Salisbury, Conn., Jan. 2, 1860; s. David and
Elizabeth F. (Thomas) Joyce; ed. Allen's
Acad., Chicago; m. Clinton, la., Oct. 15, 1884,
Clotilde Gage: children: David G., James Stan-
ley. Engaged In lumber business with his fath-
er at Clinton, la., 1880, and succeeded to his
father's interests In 1895; now president of
the Joyce Lumber Co., The W. T. Joyce Co.,
Itasca Lumber Co., Pearl River Lumber Co.,
Trinity County Lumber Co., Joyce-Pillsbury
Lumber Co., Forest Product & Mfg. Co., Park
Hotel Co., Minneapolis & Rainey River R. R.
Co., Merchants' Nat. Bank of Clinton, la.; 1st
Nat. Bank of Lyons, la.; and Lyons Savings
Bank. Operates 27 retail lumber yards in Iowa
and 1 in Minnesota. Dir. in White River Lum-
ber Co., Mississippi River Logging Co., St.
Paul Boom Co., Manistee & Grand Rapids Ry.
Co.; also Inter-State Trust and Banking Co.,
New Orleans. Republican. Mem. Masonic Lodge
at Clinton, la.; Elk. Clubs: Union League, Chi-
cago, Chicago Athletic, Washington Park, Chi-
cago Yacht, Midlothian. Office: 234 LaSalle St.
Residence: 4614 Woodlawn Av.
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JUDAH, Noble B., lawyer; b. Vincennes,
Ind., Sept. 7, 1851; s. Samuel and Harriet
(Brandon) Judah; student of public schools,
Vincennes Univ., Indiana State Univ.; grad.
Brown Univ., 1872; studied law in office of
Hitchcock & Dupee, Chicago, and in law dept.,
Univ. of Michigan; m. 1878, Kate Hutchinson;
children: Noble B., Jr., Helen A. Admitted to
bar, 1874; partner, 1875, in firm of Hitchcock
& Dupee, and after Mr. Hitchcock's death, in
the firm of Dupee & Judah, and then Dupee,
Judah, Willard & Wolf; since Apr. 1, 1905,
Judah, Willard & Wolf. Mem. of Chicago Bar
Assn. Dir. Englewood Elevated R. R. Co.
Clubs: Calumet, Hamilton. Office: 187 Dear-
born St. Residence: 2701 Prairie Av.
JUDGE, Thomas Francis, tax agent; b. To-
ronto, Can., July 18, 1842; s. Patrick and Mary
Sheridan Judge; ed. public schools; m. Chicago,
1876; Mrs. Mary A. Duffy; children: Frank L.,
Mary L., Frances C. Resident of Chicago since
1863; was employed In City Collector's office,
1869; later In Co. Treasurer's office for 11
years; clerk of the Drainage Board, 1890-6; ap-
pointed by Judge Carter, 1898, as Democratic
representative on the Board of Election Com-
missioners; mem. of firm of Judge & Berg, tax
agents. Club: City Democratic. Offices: 1st Nat.
Bank Bldg., and 4th floor City Hall. Residence:
728 W. Adams St.
JUDSON, Frank Purvis, cashier Bankers'
Nat. Bank; b. Belvidere, 111., Mar. 18, 1863; B.
William H. and Emma (Trotter) Judson; re-
moved to Chicago with parents when 2 years
old; ed. public schools In Chicago and Evans-
ton; m. Freeport, 111., 1892, Lilian Wolf ; chil-
dren: Frank M., Marian. Engaged In banking
since 1886, as clerk, afterward teller Am. Ex-
change Nat. Bank until 1892, when became
teller Bankers' Nat. Bank, on Its organization,
advancing to asst. cashier In 1894, and since
1899 cashier. Republican. Mason; mem. Evans-
ton Commandery K. T. Clubs: Hamilton,
Evanston. Office: Marquette Bldg. Residence:
JUDSON, Hale Daniel, railway official; b.
Waupaca, Wis., May 30, 1853; s. Nathan P. and
Mary (Brayton) Judson; ed. public schools of
Wisconsin; m. Rochelle, 111., 1884, Josephine
E. Gould; children. Bessie G., Howard M., Wil-
liam Wallace. Began railway service 30 years
ago with the C., B. & Q. R. R., as telegraph
operator, and has remained with the company
ever since, becoming successively agent, train
despatcher, division supt., and since July 1,
1904, gen. supt. the Illinois district. Lived 12
years at Aurora, and after that at Galesburg
until 1904. Republican; mem. of Nat. Republi-
can conventions of 1896 and 1900. Clubs: Gales-
burg City, Illinois Athletic. Office: 209 Adams
JUDSON, Harry Pratt, head prof, political
science and dean of the faculties of Arts, Lit-
erature and Science, Univ. of Chicago, since
1892; b. Jamestown, N. Y., Dec. 20, 1849; grad.
Williams, 1870 (A.M., 1883; LL.D., 1893; LL.D.,
Queens Univ., Canada, 1903); m. 1879, Rebecca
A. Gilbert, Troy, N. Y. Teacher and prln. high
school, Troy, N. Y., 1870-85; prof, history
Univ. of Minn., 1885-92; has been co-editor
Am. Hist. Rev. (See Who's Who in America
for books, etc.) Address: Univ. of Chicago.
JUDSON, William Bosworth, lumber jour-
nalist; b. Syracuse, N. Y., May 17, 1849; s.
John F. and Maria Bosworth Judson; ed. pub-
lic schools of Chenango Co., N. Y. ; m. 1872,
Grace King, of Rochester, N. Y. ; children: Wil-
liam Bruce, Paul King, Ruth Sarah. Was local
editor Miami Valley News, Piqua, O., 1867-8;
in insurance business, 1868-71, at Bay City,
Mich. Spent several months in office of Lum-
berman's Gazette, Bay City, first of Am. lum-
ber trade papers; established the Michigan
Lumberman at Grand Rapids, Feb., 1873, but
moved it to Muskegon after the first issue,
and in Jan., 1874, removed it to Chicago,
changing the name to the Northwestern Lum-
berman, which for many years was recognized
as one of the greatest trade journals. In Jan.,
1899, the Northwestern Lumberman and the
Timberman were consolidated as the American
Lumberman; Is pres. and gen. business mgr.
of the corporation of same name. Clubs: Union
League, Hamilton. Office: 315 Dearborn St.
Residence: 4231 Michigan Av.
JUEBGENS, Paul, pres. Juergens & Ander-
sen Co., mfg. jewelers; b. Oldenburg, Holstein,
Ger., Sept. 19, 1834; s. William and Paulina
Schaffenberg Juergens; attended schools In na-
tive city until 13, then entered the Polytech-
nicum, from which was grad. 1848; joined rev-
olution of the province against the Danish
Government; came with family to America,
1850; m. Chicago, Oct. 23, 1861, Augusta Kru-
ger; children: Mary, Emma, Frederick W.,
Anna, Hans. In employ of New York jewelers
until 1854; came to Chicago; opened shop in
connection with jewelry house of Isaac Spear,
then largest in city, until 1857; in 1857 became
partner with Sebastian D. Andersen, as Juer-
gens & Andersen, mfg. jewelers; burned out in
great fire of 1871, but at once resumed; incor-
porated, 1893, as Juergens & Andersen Co.
Mason. Mem. Germania Mannerchor. Office: 92
State St. Residence:' 488 LaSalle Av.
JUEBGENS, Theodore Daniel, varnish man-
ufacturer; b. Chicago, Nov. 29, 1853; s. Lud-
wlg and Helen (Koehn) Juergens; ed. public
and high schools of Chicago to 1869; m. Sept.,
1876, Mary Hemmer; children: Helen, William,
Adalia, Edwin. Began business career, 1869,
as a telegraph operator for the C. & N.-W.
Ry. ; afterward engaged in business as a sipn
painter and decorator, and still later in mer-
cantile business until 1892, when became con-
nected with the Am. Varnish Co. ; now pres.
Mem. W. Side Club, Royal League. Office: 309-
15 N. Branch Av. Residence: 82 Ewing PI.
JUNKIN, Francis Thomas Anderson, law-
yer; b. Rockbridge Co., Va., Feb. 3, 1864; s.
William Finney (D.D., LL.D.) and Anna Ay-
lett (Anderson) Junkin; grad. Kenyon College,
A.B., 1884, A.M., 1890; grad. Columbia Univ.
Law School, 1887. Practiced law on Wall St.,
New York, 1887-98; since 1898, general atty.
A., T. & S. F. Ry. system. Mem. Soc. Colonial
Wars, New York Southern Soc., Am. Bar
Assn. Clubs: University (New York); Union,
Onwentsia, Saddle and Cycle, Winter (Chica-
go). Office: Railway Exchange Bldg. Resi-
dence: Union Club.
KAEGE, Anthony Leo, real estate; b. Ga-
lena, Jo Daviess Co., 111., July 31, 1865; s.
Charles L. and Agnes M. (Frlesenecker)
Kaege; ed. public schools; m. St. Paul, Minn.,
Apr. 28, 1893, Eugenie M. Kennicott. Began busi-
ness life in employ of H. Rottler, retail store,
Galena, 111., 1880-3; traveling salesman, 1883-
1890; engaged in manufacture of wooden ware
and hardware specialties (Eclipse Mfg. Co.),
Sterling, 111., 1890-6; traveling salesman for
Hayes Lithographing Co., Buffalo, N. Y., 1896-
1901; on Nov., 1901, with F. J. Hetzel, engaged
in real estate business under firm name of
Kaege & Hetzel. Office: 145 LaSalle St. Resi-
dence: 301 N. Harvey Av., Oak Park, 111.
KAHLKE, Charles Edwin, surgeon; b. Rock
Island, 111., Jan. 13, 1870; s. J. J. and Louise
Elizabeth (Witte) Kahlke; ed. grammar and
high school at Rock Island, 111., to 1887; State
Univ. of Iowa, B.S., 1891; Hahnemann Med.
College, Chicago, M.D., 1894; studied in Univ.
of Vienna in 1899 and in 1902; m. Berlin, Wls.,
June 21, 1902, Agnes Crawford; 1 daughter:
Margaret Louise. Interne Cook Co. Hosp., 18
months, 1894-5; since then engaged in practice,
with specialty in surgical work. Mem. Homce.
Med. Soc. of Chicago (ex-pres.); ex-chairman
surgical bureau, Am. Institute of Homce. Prof.
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of surgery Hahnemann Med. College of Chi-
cago. Attending surgeon Cook Co. Hosp. ; at-
tending surgeon to Hahnemann Hosp. Mem. Phi
Delta Theta fraternity. Republican. On mili-
tary roll of honor at Washington, D. C., for
highest military record of class at Univ. of
Iowa. Baptist. Office: 100 State St. Residence:
3124 Prairie Av.
KAHN, Feliz, clothing manufacturer; b.
Duensbach, Wiirtemberg, Ger., Nov. 28, 1843:
a. Jacob and Yetta (Steiner) Kahn; attended
schools of native place to 14th year; clerk in
his father's store there, 1857-60; came to U.
S., 1860; m. Oct. 7, 1877, Carrie, daughter of
Louis Kaufman, of Greeneville, 111.; children:
Louis, Moses, Harry, Ella. Clerk in store of
his older brother, Louis, at Lacon, 111., 1860-2;
in store of other brothers, Mattoon, 111., 1862-
1864; partner with his uncle, Henry Steiner,
Lacon, 1864-7; bought business and conducted
it in his own name, 1867-71; in business with
his brothers and afterward alone, Mattoon,
111., 1871-82; closed out and came to Chicago,
1882, becoming head of Kahn, Schoenbrun & Co.,
1882-9; head of Felix Kahn & Co. since 1897.
Mason. Mem. Sinai Congregation. Clubs: Stand-
ard. Office: 246 Market St. Residence: 4219
KAHN, Harry, physician; b. Huntington,
Ind., July 18, 1869; s. Abraham and Jetta (Op-
penheim) Kahn; Northwestern Univ. School
of Pharmacy, Ph.G., 1888; Dept. of Pharmacy,
Univ. of Mich., Ph.M., 1891; Northwestern
Univ. Med. School, M.D., 1898. Held position as
chemist in the analytical dept. of Park, Davis
& Co., 1891-2; instructor Northwestern Univ.
School of Pharmacy, 1892-3; chief druggist,
World's Columbian Exposition, 1893; chemist
Agricultural Experiment Station, Geneva, N.
Y., 1893-4. After graduation in medicine was
interne in Mercy Hosp., 1898-9. Asst. prof, of
materia medica and physiology Northwestern
Univ. School of Pharmacy since 1900; lecturer
in pharmacology Northwestern Univ. Med.
School, 1903; attending otologist and rhinolo-
gist, United Hebrew Dispensary. Mem. Chi-
cago Med. Soc., Illinois State Med. Soc., Am.
Med. Assn., Am. Pharmaceutical Soc.; pres.
Grand Council Phi Rho Sigma Fraternity. Jew-
ish religion. Clubs: Lakeside, S. Side. Office
and residence: 4705 Indiana Av.
XAXiES, Albert Martin, lawyer; b. Chicago,
Mar. 11, 1875; s. Francis Henry and Ellen P.
(Davis) Kales; ed. St. Paul's School, Concord,
N. H., 1888-92; Harvard College, A.B., 1896;
Harvard Law School, LL.B., 1899; m. Evans-
ton, 111., Nov. 22, 1899; children: Elizabeth,
Anne. Admitted to Illinois bar, Oct., 1899;
clerk in office of Winston & Meagher until
Apr., 1901; since then in practice of law for
self. Since 1900 connected with teaching force
of Northwestern Law School, and since 1902
asst. prof, of law of property, with full charge
of all property courses in the school, making
the study of John C. Gray's Cases on Property
the foundation of work in these courses; has
urged the establishment of moot courts con-
ducted according to the principles of oral de-
bate devised by George P. Baker, of Harvard,
and the study of the principles of argumenta-
tion as expounded by him. Published volume
on Homestead Exemption Laws of Illinois
(250 pp.), 1902; article on Fellow Servants'
Doctrine in the U. S. Supreme Court, Michigan
Law Review, Nov., 1903; Statutory Estates in
Place of an Estate Tail, Yale Law Journal,
Apr., 1904; Contingent Future Interests after
a Particular Estate of Freehold, Law Quarterly
Review, Apr.. 1905; also, work on Future In-
terests in Illinois (350 pp.). Mem. City Homes
Assn., and in that connection participated in
framing and urging the present Chicago Tene-
ment House Ordinance. Mem. Legal Club of
Chicago, Law Club of Chicago, Chicago Bar
Assn. Republican. Episcopalian. Clubs: Uni-
versity, Chicago Literary. Office: Merchants'
Loan and Trust Bldg. Residence: 241 Goethe
KALES, John Davis, physician; b. Chicago,
May 3, 1864; s. Francis H. and Ellen (Davis)
Kales; ed. Phillips Exeter Acad., N. H., and
Med. Dept. Harvard Univ., M.D., 1887; m. Chi-
cago, Apr. 17, 1896, Gertrude Jones; children:
Marguerite, Davis. Instructor in histology,
1888-9; in pathology, 1890-2; prof, of bac-
teriology, 1893-4; prof, of etiology and hygi-
ene, 1895-8; in Med. Dept. of Northwestern
Univ. Mem. Chicago Med. Soc., Illinois State
Med. Soc., Am. Med. Assn. Club: University.
Office: Chicago Savings Bank Bldg. Residence:
KAMMEBEB, Frank Gregory, commission
merchant in grain and provisions; b. Wash-
ington Co., Pa., Feb. 24, 1845; s. John and
Elizabeth Kammerer; ed. common schools of
Washington Co., Pa.; m. Wheeling, W. Va.,
Dec. 9, 1886, Dorie Hildreth; children: Eugene
H., Frances. Was engaged in mercantile and
mfg. enterprises in Washington Co., Pa,, from
boyhood until 1878, when came to Chicago and
established in business as a Board of Trade
commission merchant. Mem. Chicago Board of
Trade. Pres. of the Hygienic Filter and Cooler
Co. Club: Chicago Athletic. Office: 234 La-
Salle St. Residence: 4626 Woodlawn Av.
KANE, Thomas, manufacturer; b. on farm
in Adams Co.. O. ; s. George and Catherine
(Platter) Kane; ed. public schools, Tipton,
Ind.; m. Tipton, Ind., Aug. 13, 1860, Adeline E.
Bickle; 1 daughter: Mrs. Theodosia Kane Van
Doozer. Was engaged in a general store at
Tipton, Ind., 1858-68; general merchant, Green-
field, Ind., 1868-70; Indianapolis, 1870-2; came
to Chicago, 1872, and in 1875 began manufac-
ture of school furniture under style of Thom-
as Kane & Co. (later incorporated), of which
he is pres. Pres. Am. Spiral Pipe Works, since
1901; Pres. of the Winona Assembly and Sum-
mer School Assn., Winona Lake, Ind., Winona
Electric Light and Water Co.; dir. Presbyte-
rian Hosp.; trustee Lewis Institute. Republi-
can. Presbyterian; frequently a delegate to the
Presbyterian General Assembly; contributor to
The Interior. Greatly interested in the sub-
ject of Tithing and has for 25 years been cir-
culating literature upon that subject, under
the pseudonym of "Layman." Clubs: Union
League, Illinois, Glen View. Office: 64-6 Wa-
bash Av. Residence: 310 Ashland Boul.
KANST, Fred H., mgr. retail dept. Pitkin &
Brooks; b. Chicago, Jan. 1, 1874; s. Fred and
Elizabeth (Youngblood) Kanst; ed. Chicago
public school, graduating June, 1887, and In
Chicago Business Law School, class of 1899;
m. Chicago, June 7, 1899, Alice McManus; 1
daughter: Stella. On Sept. 15, 1891, entered ser-
vice of Pitkin & Brooks, manufacturers, Job-
bers and retailers of crockery, glassware, etc.;
now mgr. retail dept. Office: Lake St., N. E.
Cor. State St. Residence: 6611 Kimbark Av.
KABFEN, Isaac, furniture manufacturer; b.
Vongrowitz, Ger., Mar. 1, 1865; s. Morris and
Johanna (Cohen) Karpen; came to Chicago
in childhood; ed. Wells (public) School; m.
Chicago, Jan. 22, 1888, Hattie Bernstein; chil-
dren: Morris H., Nathan, Benjamin, Mildred.
Entered the factory of S. Karpen & Bros., in
1880, as an apprentice; thoroughly learned all
details in the manufacture of upholstered fur-
niture, working through all depts., and is now
supt. of the factory of S. Karpen & Bros., and
a dir. in the company, which is engaged in
the manufacture of upholstered furniture for
the trade only. Hebrew religion; mem. Moses
Monteflore Congregation. K. P. Office: 22d and
Union Sts. Residence: 4402 Prairie Av.
KABFEN', Julius, manufacturer; b. Chicago,
Nov. 20, 1873; s. Morris and Johanna (Cohen)
Karpen; ed. public schools of Chicago, gradu-
ating from Northwest Division High School,
1892; graduated from Univ. of Chicago, 1896,
and from Kent College of Law, 1896; m. Chi-
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cago, Sept. 5, 1898, Mae Hand. After leaving
college became Identified with the large furni-
ture mfg. enterprise of S. Karpen & Bros., of
which he is now the gen. mgr. Office: 22d and
Union Sts. Residence: Riverside, 111.
KARPEN, Solomon, furniture manufacturer;
b. Wongrawitz, Posen, Ger., Jan. 7, 1858; a.
Moritz and Johanna (Cohn) Karpen; ed. public
school, Germany, and night school, Chicago;
m. Chicago, Feb. 17, 1884, Ernestine Schwalbe;
children: Martin, Isadore, Marie, Erma, Harry.
Started in business for himself, 1880, in base-
ment at corner of Milwaukee Av. and Tell PL;
later took in 2 brothers; removed several
times to accommodate growth of business, be-
fore removing to present bldg. at Union and
22d Sts., in 1899; now pres. of Karpen Bros.,
furniture manufacturers. Mem. Keystone
Lodge A. F. and A. M.; Star Council, No. 31,
Royal League. Office: Union and 22d Sts. Resi-
dence: 4556 Michigan Av.
KAUFFMANN, Pred, tailor; b. New York
City, Dec. 22, 1859; s. Narix and Sara Kauff-
mann; came to Chicago, 1861; ed. public schools
and Bryant & Stratton Business College, grad-
uating from latter, 1874. Engaged in various
occupations until 1886, when he established
in the tailoring business, becoming popularly
known as "The American Tailor," doing a large
business in the city and through agents, all
over the country. Independent in politics. Ma-
son; Elk; mem. Legion of Honor and Nat. Un-
ion. Club: Standard. Office: 186 Market St.
Residence: 84 E. 34th St.
KAVANAOH, John E., broom corn; b. N.
Java, Wyoming Co., N. Y., Dec. 30, 1859; s.
Charles and Eleanor (Murphy) Kavanagh; ed.
public schools of Western New York; m. Java
Center, N. Y., Jan. 9, 1888, Sarah Louise
Loughren; children: Clarence Henry, Ethel Ma-
rie, Beatrice Marguerite (deceased). Engaged
in coal business, 1882; entered employ of W.
Li. Hubbard & Co., 1883; admitted as mem. of
the firm of John N. Hubbard & Co., broom
corn, 1885; mgr. Hubbard & Co., 1896, to Jan.
1, 1904; since then head of firm of Kavanagh
Bros. & Co., successors to Hubbard & Co.,
broom corn, broom machinery, etc. Also vice-
pres. and dir. Chicago Ferrule Co.; was dir.
Western State Bank, 1901-3. Democrat. R. C.
Club: Ravenswood. Office: 125-127 Kinzie St.
Residence: 2753 N. Ashland Av.
KAVANAGH, Marcus, judge; b. Des Moines,
la., Sept. 3, 1859: s. Marcus and Mary
(Hughes) Kavanagh; grad. Niagara Univ.,
1876, and from law dept. of Iowa State Univ.,
LL.B., 1878. Admitted to Iowa bar, 1878; elect-
ed city atty. of Des Moines, 1880; re-elected,
1882; elected district judge of the 9th Judicial
District of Iowa, 1885, but resigned in 1889,