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b. Chicago, Nov. 13, 1857; s. Frederick and
Elizabeth (Sagisser) Haas; ed. Chicago public
schools; m. Chicago, June. 1877, Minnie R.
McKenzle; children: Mrs. Elizabeth Barbara
Haas Riddell, Jane Johanna. Clerk with the
hat firm of J. S. Barnes & Co., 1872, and has
been with the house ever since; became a part-
ner In 1900, and on death of Mr. Barnes In
that year took entire charge of the business.
Republican. Was clerk of the Sanitary District
of Chicago, but resigned, 1900; was alderman
from 15th Ward, 1895-7; mem. school board In
town of Jefferson, 1886; now senator from 25th
District of Illinois. Mem. Masonic orders,
Royal Arcanum, Royal League, Schwitzer Be-
nevolent Soc. and Swaben Soc. Office: 90 Madi-
son St. Residence: 503 W. Fullerton Av.

HAASE. Emil Richard, mortgage banker; b.
on farm in Proviso, Cook Co., 111. (afterward
known as Haase's Park), Feb. 1, 1856; s. Ferdi-
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ed. grammar school of Proviso, 1864-71; in
Berlin, Ger., 1871-3, and 1 year In a Chicago
business college; m. Oak Park, 111., Sept. 21,
18.82, Pauline Schlund; children: Herbert E.,
Elmer J., Elsa, Harold, Paul. Bookkeeper Ger-
man-Am. Bank, Chicago, 1876-8; cashier pri-
vate bank of E. S. Dreyer & Co., 1878-89;
engaged in private banking on own account,
1889-1902; since then mortgage banker, exclu-
sively, under style of E. R. Haase & Co. Sec.
and treas. Forest Home Cemetery Co. from its
organization in 1876. Republican. Universalist.
Office: 157 Washington St. Residence: 241
Wisconsin Av., Oak Park.

HABERER, George John, real estate; b. Chi-
cago, Aug. 21, 1865; s. John George and Anna
(Gruenewald) Haberer; ed. German Lutheran
School, and Souder's Business College; m. Chi-
cago, June 6, 1888, Anna McNaught; children:
George Benjamin, Albert John, Pearl Anna,
Earl Wesley, Milton Irwin, Marjory Louise,
Buelah Bell. Since 1890 in real estate business,
firm of Haberer & Snow; also, for past 2
years, has served as an expert on real estate
values for the State of Illinois in the Inherit-
ance Tax Matters. Partner in Co-operative
Home Purchasing Soc. ; mgr. Deacon Soc. Re-
publican. Methodist. Mason; K. T. ; Royal
League; Columbian Knight. Office: 95 iWash-
ington St. Residence: 2895 N. 46th Ct.

HACK, William Joseph, printer; b. Stayne,
Eng., Aug. 19, 1847; s. Edward and Martha
A. (Wall) Hack; came to this country in 1857;
resident of Chicago since 1858; ed. public
schools of Chicago; m. Chicago, 1876, Jennie
S. Anderson; children: Edward R.," David A.
Learned trade in printing office of Dunlop,
Sewall & Spaulding; afterward worked for S.
P. Rounds, then for Jamieson, Morse & Co.,
and in 1879, with Dayid R. Anderson, estab-
lished the present firm of Hack & Anderson,
printers. Mem. of the Chicago Typothetse,
Garfleld Lodge, 686, A. F. & A. M.; "I Will"
Lodge, I. O. O. F. Republican. Club: Lin-
coln. Office: 74 Sherman St. Residence: 732 W.
Monroe St.

HACKER, Nicholas Watson, lawyer; b. An-
na, Union Co., 111., Dec. 28, 1856; s. William A.
and Angelica P. (Holland) Hacker; ed. gram-
mar and high schools, Cairo, 111., and Union
College of Law, Chicago, graduating 1887; m.
Cairo, 111., Sept. 24, 1876, Marie Louise Ward-
ner; children: Horace W., John W., Stuart H.
Admitted to bar, Mar., 1887; since then in law
practice in Chicago, first with Frank B. Pease
and George A. Williams as Hacker, Pease &
Williams, then with Nathaniel M. Jones in
firm of Jones & Hacker, and since 1891 with
Frederic Ullmann as Ullmann & Hacker. Dem-
ocrat. Clubs: Law, Kenwood, Chicago Yacht.
Office: Fisher Bldg. Residence: 99 E. 49th St.

HACKNEY, Henry Clay, stock broker; b.
Elmira, N. T., Sept. 23, 1849; s. Benjamin and
Helen Bradley Hackney; ed. Genesee College,
Lima, N. Y.; m. Chicago, 1882, Georgie C.
Sharp; 1 son: Raymond. After leaving college
removed to Aurora, 111.; first business was in
the book house of Jansen, McClurg & Co.,
1869-89: engaged in business as stock broker,
1889; vice-pres. Chicago Stock Exchange, 1899-
1904. Clubs: Chicago, Chicago Athletic, Mid-
Day. Office: 189-91 LaSalle St. Residence:
3614 Michigan Av.

HAENTZE, Albert, mortgage banker, real
estate investments; b. Fond du Lac, Wis., July
20, 1869; s. Robert and Louise (Burmahln)
Haentze; ed. Chicago public schools, German-
Am. Acad., Cook Co. Normal School, and Chi-
cago College of Law, graduating with degree
of LL.D., and admitted to bar, June, 1900; m.
Chicago, June 2, 1897, Lillie Richards. En-
gaged in lumber and coal business Chicago,
1888; in banking and mortgage loans from
1897, and while so engaged studied law; in
1902 was joined by Charles M. Wheeler, form-



ing present firm of Haentze & Wheeler, mort-
gage bankers and real estate investments. Re-
publican; mem. of the Republican Club of the
27th Ward. Mem. Myrtle Lodge, No. 795, A.
F. and A. M. Club: Irving Park Country. Of-
fice: Tribune Bldg. Residence: 1014 W. Eddy
St.

HAERTEEK, Augustus George, physician;
b. Chicago, June 4, 1855; s. Daniel August
and Martha E. (Goetze) Haerther; ed. Chicago
public schools and Northwestern Univ. Med.
School, M.D., 1883; m. Chicago, Dec. 8, 1904,
Leona A. Barry. Was employed as a clerk in
the drug business, 1869-83; since 1883 engaged
in practice of medicine and surgery in Chi-
cago. Advisory surgeon of the Standard Acci-
dent Insurance Co., of Detroit. Mem. Chicago
Med. Soc., Illinois State Med. Soc., Am. Med.
Assn., Siloam Lodge, 780. A. F. & A. M., Nat.
Union. Office: 100 State St. Residence: 822
Sunnyside Av. (Ravenswood).

HAPFENBERG, Charles Baer, lawyer; b.
New York City, June 21, 1877; s. Maurice L.
and Etta (Baer) Haffenberg; ed. public schools
of New York City, Univ. of Chicago (literary
dept.), 1896-7; law school of Lake Forest
Univ., 1897-8; m. Chicago, Aug., 1900, Clara
Levy (took medal at Chicago Musical College,
1900); 1 daughter: Helen Ethel. Has been resi-
dent of Chicago since 1885, and from 1888 to
1890 was employed in the credit dept. of Mar-
shall Field & Co. Admitted to bar in 1898, and
became mem. of present firm of Gann, Peaks
& Haffenberg. Also dir. Am. Glove Co. Demo-
crat. Royal Arch Mason. Mem. Independent Or-
der of B'nai B'rith, and of the Free Sons of
Israel; Democratic Club of New York. Office:
Ashland Blk. Residence: 3208 Maiden St.,
Sheridan Park.

HAFT, Charles Maltravis, lawyer; b. High-
land, Kan., Oct. 24, 1871; s. James and Addle
(Close) Haft; ed. public schools in Hiawatha,
Kan.; Rapid City (S. Dak.) High School, and
Univ. of Michigan, graduating, LL.B., in class
of 1892; m. Chicago, Apr., 1900, Pauline Diehl.
Was admitted to the bar of Michigan at Ann
Arbor in 1892, and in same year came to Chi-
cago and was admitted to the Illinois bar; en-
gaged in practice alone until Feb., 1893, when
became mem. of the firm of Masterson &
Haft; firm dissolved Mar. 8, 1905, and May 1,
1905, firm of Hebel & Haft was formed. Mem.
Chicago Bar Assn. Republican. Mem. K. P.
Clubs: Hamilton, Woodlawn. Office: Schiller
Bldg. Residence: 6515 Woodlawn Av.

HAGAN, Henry Matthew, lawyer; b. Shelby-
ville, 111., Dec. 28, 1870; s. John H. and Mary
E. (Wallace) Hagan; ed. public school, Shel-
byville, 111., and at Eureka College, 111.; m.
Sullivan, 111., Apr. 2, 1895, Nannie L. Wag-
goner; 1 son: Carl Luther. Admitted to bar,
Mar. 6, 1896; mem. of firm of Parker & Ha-
gan (Lewis W. Parker), making a specialty of
corporation and commercial law. Democrat.
Club: Iroquois. Office: Marquette Bldg. Resi-
dence: Riverside, 111.

HAGAB, John McKim, manufacturer; b.
Canajoharie, N. Y., Aug. 13, 1846; s. Daniel B.
and Mary B. (McKim) Hagar; ed. public
schools, Massachusetts; m. Salem, Mass., 1869,
Mary F. Tucker; children: Edward M., Alice P.
In bank of Kidder, Peabody & Co., Boston, for
16 years, from messenger to mgr. ; came to Chi-
cago, 1885, and for 10 years was mgr. of for-
eign loan dept. of the Union Nat. Bank. Now
vice-pres. and treas. of the Marion Brick
Works, sec. and treas. of the Fuel Gas-Mak-
ing Machine Co.; sec. and treas. of the Wells
Construction Co., and of the Illinois and S.-W.
Ry. Co. Republican. Club: Union League. Of-
fice: 218 LaSalle St. Residence: 5016 Jefferson
Av.

HAGEN, Oscar Emil, wholesale shoes; b.
Sterley, Ger.. Aug. 26, 1861; s. William F. and
Louise (Kollman) Hagen; ed. private schools
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graduating in class of 1883; m. Cumberland,
Md., Sept. 10, 1885, Sophia Rohrbach; 1
daughter: Louise. Taught school in Cumber-
land, Md. ; then attended college at Addison,
DuPage Co., 111.; with wholesale shoe house of
H. F. C. Dovenmuehle <& Son, 18 years; in
1900, with Harry B. Tucker, established firm
of Tucker & Hagen, jobbers of boys' and girls'
shoes. Lutheran. Office: 153 Franklin St. Resi-
dence: 1506 Oakdale Av.

HAGGARD, John David, manufacturer; b.
Chicago, Dec. 4, 1847; s. Samuel V. and Mary
(Mason) Haggard; ed. public school; enlisted
in the 134th regt. of 111. Vols., serving till
end of war; m. Chicago, Dec., 1871, Sarah U.
Bennett; children: Mrs. Mabel H. Yale, Flor-
ence G. After returning from the war was as-
sociated with father in the hardware business,
and later went into hardware business for
self; in 1880 engaged as a manufacturer of
spring beds and mattresses, later incorporated
as the Haggard & Marcusson Co., of which is
now pres. Republican. Presbyterian. Office:
415-19 S. Canal St. Residence: 307 S. Pine Av.,
Austin.

HAGSTROM, Gustavus Arvid, clergyman,
editor; b. Sundsvall, Sweden, Sept. 8, 18671 s.
Anders Gustav and Marie Elizabeth (Hern-
lund) Hagstrom; ed. public schools and busi-
ness school of Minneapolis, and in Divinity
School of Univ. of Chicago (formerly Baptist
Union Theological Seminary), grad. Apr. 19,
1892; m. Minneapolis, Minn., June 1, 1892, Car-
oline Wllhelmina Anderson; 1 daughter: Ma-
rion Edith. Previous to 1889 engaged in me-
chanical and mercantile pursuits in Minneapo-
lis, Minn. Licensed to preach in Minneapolis,
Minn., Sept., 1889; while a student was pastor
of the Baptist Church of Kenyon, Minn., 1890-
1891; pastor Baptist Church, Newark, 111., 1891-
1893; ordained to the ministry of the Gospel
in Newark, 111., Apr. 22, 1892. Sunday School
missionary for Am. Baptist Publication Soc.
and Illinois Swedish Baptist Sunday School
Union, 1893-6; pastor 1st Swedish Baptist
Church of Chicago since Nov. 1, 1896 (largest
church In Swedish branch of Baptist denomi-
nation in the U. S.). Editor Young People's
Paper for Swedish Baptists, 1895-6; editor The
Church and Home ("Forsamlingen och Hem-
met"), Swedish religious monthly, since 1896;
dept editor Swedish magazine "Hemmets
Van," Chicago. Life mem. Am. Baptist Mis-
sionary Union; sec. Chicago Baptist Pastors'
Conference; dir. Swedish Baptist Mutual Aid
Assn.; trustee Swedish Baptist General Con-
ference, treas. Illinois Swedish Baptist Con-
ference, vice-pres. Illinois Swedish Baptist
Sunday School Union, pres. Illinois Swedish
Baptist Young People's Union; pres. Scandi-
navian Am. Mission to the Jews; auditor
Scandia Loan and Investment Assn.; pres.
Swedish Baptist Old People's Home. Prohibi-
tionist. Residence: 376 Mohawk St.

HAHXT, Herman P., wholesale dealer in
watches, diamonds and jewelry; b. Eppel-
sheim, Hesse Darmstadt, July 4, 1841; s. John
and Florin (Hart) Hahn; ed. public schools
of Philadelphia, 1849-53; Uniontown, O., 1853-
1854; m. Uniontown, O., Mar. 27, 1867, Jose-
phine Joseph; children: Harry W., Marion W.,
Edmond J., Florence. Mem. firm of J. Hahn &
Son, Suffield, O., 1859-65; Joseph Bros. & Hahn,
Akron, O., 1865-9; Joseph & Hahn, 1869-73; in
wholesale jewelry business alone, Chicago,
1873-4; since 1874 of H. F. Hahn & Co., of
which is still pres. Was delegate to Nat.
Democratic Convention at Baltimore, Md.,
1872, from 19th Ohio Dist. Was vice-pres.,
1885-8; pres., 1888-96, Nat. Assn. of Jobbers in
Am. Watches. Honorary mem. Battery D,
Chicago. Pres. of United Hebrew Charities,
and of Michael Reese Hosp., Chicago, 5 years;
vice-pres. of same 10 years, and trustee 7
years. Jewish religion. Mason (32), Oriental



^ r Standard, Jewelers. Iro-
Grand Etoul Wabaah Av. Residence: 3626

, ^ A ??? T '^ AUen Thomai, physician; b. Cor-
nell, ont., Can., Dec. 30, 1866; s Hiram and
Margaret (McNamara) Haight grad Western
vSSS r \EP* r 1 M ' D - <: m. Chicago, 1895"
Mabel Meisenwinkel; 1 son: Richard Allen

1888 94 nga -f ln s ^f lcal Instrument business

88-94. came to Chicago, 1894, and has since
been engaged in practice, limited to diseases
of the eye. ear. nose and throat. Was eye and
ear surgeon. Cook Co. Hosp., 6 years and later
on staff of Illinois Eye & Ear Infirmary
Prof, of diseases of the eye and ear at ChN
cago Clinical School. Pres. of the Manhattan
Im ra M^ Con A StrUCtl ^, Co - of New York Mem
qta M t?-.i As l n " Chicago Med. Soc., Illinois
State Med Soc., Chicago Ophthalmological
Assn.. Mississippi Valley Med. Assn.. Chicago
Laryngolpgical Assn. Republican. Mason (32).
9&V"* : . Washington Park, Glen View, Chicago
Athletic. Illinois Athletic, Germania Concor-
dia; also Lawyers' (New York). Office: 103
State St. Residence: 1097 N. Clark St.

HAINES, Thomas Louis, school supplies- b
Snyder Co., Pa., Feb. 16, 1844; s. Reuben S
a ? d ? V ,H la ( Sna <iel) Halnes; ed. public schools
of Michigan and at Northwestern College,
Naperville 111 A.M.. 1872; m. Belle Plalne
la.. 1875, Addle L. Snyder; children: Edna (de-
ceased), Cora (Mrs. I. R. Rehn), Charles Reu-
?^ n (deceased), Charlotte Grace, Thomas
Lloyd. Served In 12th Mich. Infy. in Civil
^fJ' riP^&U 11 ! Northwestern College, Plain-
fleld, 111., 1867-9; came to Chicago; traveling,
selling books on subscription. In 1874 pur-
chased half interest in Western Publishing
House, continuing until 1887, when acquired
a one-third interest in the Central School
Supply House. Also pres. Big Ten Oil Co,
Montpelier, Ind. Mem. United Evangelical
Church. Prohibitionist (candidate for Mayor
of Chicago in 1903). Mem. U. S. Grant Post,
G. A. R. Author of Royal Path of Life; Worth
and Wealth. Co-author: Museum of Antiquity
Office: 315 Wabash Av. Residence: 211 Ash-
land Boul.

HAINES, Walter Stanley, prof, chemistry,
pharmacy and toxicology. Rush Med. College
since 1876; b. Chicago, Sept. 27, 1850; ed. Chi-
cago High School and Massachusetts Institute
of Technology; grad. Chicago Med. College.
1873 (A.M., M.D.); prof, chemistry Chicago
Med. College, 1873-6. Mem. Am. Chem. Soc ,
Am. Med. Assn., The Chemical Soc. of Lon-
don, Chicago Med. Soc. Author: A Text-Book
of Legal Medicine and Toxicology. Address:
Rush Med. College.

HAIR, Benjamin Morton, lumberman and
manufacturer; b. Covington, Ky., Jan. 14, 1848;
s. Rev. Gilbert M. (Presbyterian) and Jane
Morton (Semple) Hair; ed. public school,
Franklin (O.) Preparatory School, Elder's
Ridge, Pa., and Centervllle (Ind.) Collegiate
Institute (did not graduate) ; served in U. S.
Army 10 days in July, 1862; m. Shawneetown,
111., Jan. 16, 1873, Harrlette Ridgway; chil-
dren: Mrs. Mabel Ridgway Barbour, Genevleve
Ridgway (died 1889. aged 10). Ida Ridgway,
Thomas Ridgway. Clerked in dry goods store,
1865-6; at school, 1867-9; clerk in real estate
office, Chicago, 1870-1; worked for clerk of
U. S. Circuit Court, Pittsburgh, 1872-3; in lum-
ber business, B. M. Hair & Co., Shawneetown,
111., 1874; asst. state treas. of Illinois, under
Thomas S. Ridgway, treas., 1875-6. In 1877
established in Chicago firm of Hair & Ridg-
way, and was actively engaged in the lumber,
planing mill and box factory business until
1901, when he sold his stock in the company
and withdrew; since 1901 has devoted time
largely to private affairs and the Northwest-
ern Yeast Co., of which he Is now president;
president and director Cook Co. State Savings
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Shawneetown, 111. Republican. Presbyterian.
Office: SS9 N. Ashland Av. and Groat Northern
Bldg Residence: 10;JO Forest Av., Kvanston.

HAKANSON, Alfred, physician; b. Geneseo,
Henry Co., 111., May 12, 1866; s. John and
Hannah (Pearson) Hakanson; grad. Luther
Acad., Wahoo, Neb., May, 1886, and continued
classical course through freshman year at
Augustana College, Rock Island, 111., 1887;
grad. Omaha Med. College (med. dept. Univ.
of Nebraska). 1890; post-graduate course in
clinical medicine at New York Post-Graduate
Med. School and Hosp., 1895, and in clinical
medicine and diseases of nose and throat at
Chicago Policlinic Hosp., 1899; m. Chicago,
May 12, 1892, Bertha Wilhelmina Lindberg.
Began practicing medicine at Rockford, 111.,
1890, but in 1891 removed to Chicago. Office:
100 State St. Residence: 262 E. 31st St.

HALBACH, J. Fred. A., decorator and fur-
nisher; b. Peru, Ind., Dec. 25, 1856; s. J. Louis
C. and Henrietta F. A. (Gloede) Halbach; ed.
public and high schools of Toledo, O. Began
artisan career with the firm of Wm. C. Cheney,
Toledo, O., 1871-7; came to Chicago, 1877, and
remained until 1880, perfecting himself in
aecorating, with Fred N. Atwood, May, 1877,
to May, 1880; went to New York for same
purpose, employed as decorator and designer
with Pettier & Stymus Co., New York City,
1880-5. In 1885 with Otto W. Mitchel estab-
lished in Chicago under firm name of Mitchel
& Halbach, decorating and furnishings. Repub-
lican. Mem. Royal Arcanum. Clubs: Union
League, Washington Park, New Illinois Ath-
letic; also New York Athletic, New York. Of-
fice: 264 Michigan Av. Residence: 4464 Lake
Avenue.

HALBE, Oscar John Dietrich, optometrist
and optician; b. New York City, Aug. 31, 1860;
s. August and Eliza (Dimler) Halbe; ed. pub-
lic schools of New York City and Guttenberg,
N. J., and at Chicago Post-Graduate Optical
College; m. Chicago, 1890, Susie A. Gray; chil-
dren: Richard Valentine, Earl Oscar, Amy,
Charlotte, Arthur (died at age of 7). Began
career in optical business with H. Borsch, Chi-
cago; later mgr. of Optical dept. for Kuehne
& Kappelman; after that refractionist for
California Optical Co., of San Francisco; re-
turned to Chicago, and became mgr. of optical
dept. for Sweet, Wallach & Co., of whom later
bought their optical dept., removing it to
the Trude Bldg. Sec. of Illinois Optical Soc.
and of Chicago Optical Soc. Office: Trude Bldg.
Residence: 810 W. Monroe St.

H ALBERT, Homer Valmore, physician; b.
Otsego, N. Y., Mar. 6, 1858; s. Morris and
Anna Eliza (McFarland) Halbert; prepared
in acad. at Gilbertsville, N. Y.; grad. Williams
College, Mass., 1881, and from Hahnemann
Med. College, M.D., 1887; m. Chicago, June 2,
1892, Abbie M. Sherman; children: Howard
Valmore, Frances. Engaged in practice* of
medicine in Chicago from 1887. Soon after
graduation was appointed adjunct lecturer in
anatomy at Hahnemann Med. College, Chi-
cago; became prof, of anatomy in 1888, and
prof, of theory and practice of medicine in
1890. Since 1898 senior prof, of clinical medi-
cine, same college. Editor of Clinique, 1901-2.
Regular contributor to various med. journals.
Now writing a work on practice. On Cook Co.
Hosp. med. staff. Mem. Clinical Soc., Chicago
Homoe. Med. Soc., Am. Institute of Homoe-
opathy, Illinois Homce. Med. Assn. Clubs:
Union League, Midlothian, Kenwood. Office: 70
State St. Residence: 4630 Greenwood Av.

HALE, Albert Barlow, ophthalmic surgeon;
b. Jonesville, Mich., June 5, 1860; s. Edwin
M. and Abba George Hale; grad. Univ. of Mich-
igan, 1882; Chicago Med. College, 1886;
matriculated at the Univ. of Strassburg, Ger.,
1886-7; m. Saratoga Springs, N. Y., Aug. 16,
1889, Ida Viller. Associate clinical prof,
ophthalmology, Rush Med. College. Mem. Am.



Med. Assn., Chicago Med. Soc., German Med.
Soc., Ophthalmol. Sou., Neurol. Soc., Heidel-
berg Ophthalmol. Soc. Translator Fick's Dis-
eases of the Eye. General contributor to med.
literature; associate editor Ophthalmology,
Anales de Oftalmologia, Mexico; Archives de
Oftalmolgia, Spain. Clubs: University, Wood-
lawn Tennis. Office: 103 State St.

HALE, Carlton Cheever, treas. the Foster-
Munger Co.; b. near Oshkosh, Wis., May 13,
1865; s. A. M. and Cynthia E. (Silverthorn)
Hale; grad. high school, Oshkosh, Wis.; m.
Des Moines, la., 1899, Edith M. Holmes; 1
daughter: Elizabeth L. After graduation from
high school became clerk with the sash and
door firm of Carlton, Foster & Co., Oshkosh,
Wis., and has continued in the same line of
business ever since, helping in 1892 to organ-
ize the Foster-Munger Co., large wholesale
dealers in doors, blinds, glazed sash, plate
and window glass, and all kinds of mill work,
of which company he is treas. Republican.
Club: Hamilton. Office: W. 20th and Sanga-
mon Sts. Residence: 216 E. 47th St.

HALE, William Gardner, prof. Latin and
head of the dept. since 1892, Univ. of Chicago;
b. Feb. 9, 1849; grad. Harvard, 1870 (LL.D.,
Union, 1895; Princeton, 1896); fellow in
philosophy, Harvard. 1874-6; fellow of Har-
vard in classics and student Leipzig and G6t-
tingen, 1876-7; tutor in Latin, Harvard, 1877-
1880; prof. Latin, Cornell, 1880-92; m. 1883,
Harriet Knowles Swinburne, Newport, R. I.
Asso. editor Classical Review, since 1895;
chairman, 1894-9, Am. Sch. Classical Studies,
Rome. Author: The Art of Reading Latin;
The Cum- Constructions Their History and
Functions; The Sequence of Tenses in Latin;
The Anticipatory Subjunctive in Greek and
Latin; Hale-Buck Latin Grammar (with Carl
D. Buck). Address: 5757 Lexington Av.

HALEY, Patrick Columbus, lawyer; b. Sir
Knight, N. Y., Mar. 17, 1849; s. Thomas and
Hannah (Caton) Haley; ed. public and high
schools, graduating from latter; grad. law
dept. Univ. of Michigan in class of 1871; m.
Joliet, 111., Dec. 1, 1875, Mary A. D'Arcy; chil-
dren: Margaret, Robert, Columbia, Madeline,
Genevieve, Paul, Angela, John. Admitted to
Illinois bar in 1871 and engaged in practice
at Joliet, 111.; elected city atty., 1874; since
then engaged in private practice; was special
counsel for Sanitary District for 12 years.
Democrat; was alderman from 5th Ward of
Joliet for 12 years, and in 1891 was elected
mayor of Joliet, serving one term; twice
candidate for Congress on Democratic ticket.
R. C. Still resides in Joliet, but practices also
in Chicago in firm of Eddy, Haley & Wetten.
Office: Temple Bldg. Residence: Joliet, 111.

HALL, Charles Berrien, physician; b. Chi-
cago, July 5, 1860; s. Amos Tuttle Hall (sec.
and treas. C., B. & Q. R. R., 1853-81) and Lucy
(Duncan) Hall; ed. public schools in Aurora,
111., 1866-70, of Hinsdale, 111., 1870-1; of Chi-
cago, 1871-80, graduating old Central High
School; grad. Hahnemann Med. College, 1886;
m. Chicago, Apr. 15, 1896, Jessie Thompson
Brown (granddaughter of Oliver H. Thomp-
son, one of Chicago's first board of aldermen) ;
children: Priscilla (b. Mar. 5, 1897), Phyllis
(b. Aug. 9, 1903). Engaged in general prac-
tice as physician since 1886. Prof, of sanitary
science in Hering Med. College, Chicago. Re-
publican. Office and residence: 293 E. 53d St.

HALL, Charles Frederic, consulting engineer
and inventor; b. Scranton, Pa., Oct. 15, 1870; s.
Robert A. and Augusta (Pratt) Hall; ed.

Eublic schools; m. Chicago. 1899, Kathryn V.
haw; 1 daughter: Virginia Augusta. Since
1890 has been engaged in engineering work,
and came to Chicago from Elmira, N. Y., early
in 1896. Is inventor and patentee of the Hall
rail joint and is vice-pres. and gen. mgr. of
the Hall Rail Joint Co.; also inventor of a
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Hall Bascule Bridge Co., manufacturers of
and dealers In railway supplies. Republican.
Club: Ashland. Office: Monadnock Bldg. Resi-
dence: 1374 Franklin Boul.

HALL, Emery Stanford, architect; b. Chats-
worth, 111., Nov. 25, 1869; a. Justin Smith and
Sarah Mahitable (Stanford) Hall; ed. district
end village schook.- in Vermilion Co., 111.;
summer school, Danville, 111.; preparatory and
college courses, Univ. of Illinois, graduating
B.S., 1895, with 3 months graduate work, 1896;
m. Mendota, 111., June 20, 1900, Clara L.
Adams; children: Halbert Hugo, Ruth Alden.
Taught country school, 1888-9; first practical
experience in office of William Prosser, Jr.,
architect, spring and summer, 1892. Designed
1st Baptist Church, Urbana, 111., and began
practice in spring of 1895; partner with N. S.
Spencer, Champaign, 111., as Spencer & Hall,
architects, Mar., 1896, to Sept., 1896; after
graduate work in university, came to Chicago,



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