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Member Union, Merchants' Central, Baltusrol Golt and Richmond County Country Clubs, and Ardsley Casino of Ardsley-on-Hudson.

KOCH, E. VON DER HORST-Dry Goods Merchant, 136 West 125th street, New York City; residence 224 Lenox avenue. Born in New York City. Nov. 6, 1872. Educated in New York City. (Single.) Member of the firm of H. C. F. Koch & Co. Member New York Athletic, Suburban Riding and Driving, Larchmont Yacht and Tandem Clubs.

KOCH, FRANK—Manufacturer of Parquet Floors, 467 Fifth avenue, New York City; residence 50 West 54th street. Born in New York City, Dec. 25, 1860. Educated in New York City. (Married.) Member of the firm of G. W. Koch & Son. Member New York Athletic Club and 7th Regiment Veteran Association.

KOCH, HENRY C. F.-Dry Goods Merchant, 136 West 125th street, New York City; residence 224 Lenox avenue. Born in Hanover, Germany, April 29, 1831 Educated at Government College, Osnabrück, Germany. (Married.) Senior member of the firm of H. C. F. Koch & Co. Director Harlem Board of Commerce and Retail Dry Goods Association. Trustee Empire City Savings Bank. Member Suburban Riding and Driving, and Harlem Clubs and Liederkranz.

tos and Democratic Clubs, Association of the Bar of the City of New York and State Bar, Columbia University Alumni and American Bar Associations.

KNOX, FRANK M.-Hat Merchant, 212 Broadway, New York City; residence 26 East 83d street. Member Military Order of the Loyal Legion.

KNOX, GEORGE WILLIAM–Presbyterian Clergyman and Author, Rye. Born in Rome, N. Y., Aug. 11, 1853. Educated at Hamilton College ('74) and Auburn Theological Seminary ('77). Degree of D.D. from Princeton in 1888. (Married Anna Caroline Holmes, 1877.) Engaged for a number of years in missionary work in Japan; also professor of homiletics and philosophy at Union Theological Seminary in Tokio, and at the Imperial University. Returned to New York and became rector of the Presbyterian Church at Rye. Author of "A Japanese Philosopher" and of several works in Japanese language.

KNOX, HENRY-Lawyer, 100 Broadway, New York City; residence Springfield, Mass. Member Union League, University and St. Anthony Clubs and Williams College Alumni Association.

KNOX, JOHN MASON – Lawyer, 80 William street, New York City; residence 104 Willow street, Brooklyn. Born in New York City, May 28, 1849. (Son of John M. and Maria (Livingston] Knox.) Educated at Grammar School No. 35, College of the City of New York ('68), University of Bonn, Germany ('70), and Columbia College Law School (72). (Married Maria Speir Reid.) Treasurer Leake & Watts Orphan House; counsel Roosevelt Hospital; director North River Insurance Co.; trustee Brooklyn City Dispensary. Member Hamilton, and Marine and Field Clubs of Brooklyn, St. Nicholas Society, Sons of the Revolution and New York State Bar, College of the City of New York Alumni, Dwight Alumni and Thomas Hunter Associations and Association of the Bar of the City of New York.

KNOX, LEWIS TAYLOR-Lawyer, 31 Nassau street, New York City; residence 2301 Seventh avenue. Born in New Castle, Pa., March 31, 1868. Educated at Trinity Hall, Washington, Pa., Upson Seminary, New Preston, Conn., Yale College ('91) and New York Law School ('93). (Married.) Member of the firm of Knox & Davis. Member Yale Club, Sigma Nu Fraternity and Association of the Bar of the City of New York.

KOBBE, BENJAMIN F-Freight Agent, 73 Broadway, New York City; residence Ramsey, N. J. Born in New York City, May 10, 1852. Educated in New York City. (Widower.) East bound freight agent International Navigation Co. Member New York Athletic, Larchmont Yacht, Atalanta Boat and Democratic Clubs.

KOBBE, GEORGE C.-Lawyer, 44 Wall Street, New York City; residence Short Hills, N. J. Born in New York City, Sept. 27, 1852. Educated in Wiesbaden, Germany, in New York City, at Columbia Grammar School and at Columbia University. (Married.) Member of the firm of Roosevelt & Kobbe. Trustee United States Casualty Co., Brooklyn Bridge Freezing Co., Harrison Street Cold Storage Co., Sheltering Arms, Children's Fold and Shepherd's Fold. Member Union, St. Anthony, Strollers', Baltusrol Golf and Morris County (N. J.) Golf Clubs, Society of Colonial Wars, New York State Bar and Down Town Associations, Association of the Bar of the City of New York (member of committee on admissions) and Sons of the Revolution.

KOBBE, GUSTAV-Journalist, 1380 Broadway, New York City. Born in New York City, March 4, 1857. Educated at Columbia ('77) and Columbia Law School ('79). (Married Carolyn Wheeler of Scarsdale, N. Y., 1882.) Engaged in newspaper and magazine work; contributor to "The Forum" on musical and dramatic subjects. Author of "Wagner's Life and Works," "New York and its Environs" and other works.

KOBBE, WALTER-Dry Goods Merchant, 20 Greene street, New York City; residence Hotel St. Andrew. Born in New York City, Aug. 1, 1850. Educated in the United States, France and Germany. (Married.) Connected with the firm of H. A. Caesar & Co.

KOCH, JOSEPH-Lawyer, 60 Broadway, New York City; residence Hotel Netherland. Born in New York City, Sept. 28, 1843. Educated at the College of the City of New York (A.B., 62), Columbia College Law School (M.A. and LL.M.) and University of Heldelberg, Germany. Admitted to the New York Bar, 1865. (Married.) Has served as Supreme Court law clerk 1867; deputy county clerk 1868-9; District Court Judge, State senator 1882-3; school trustee, dock commissioner, 1885; president of the Excise Board: Police Court Justice; delegate to Constitutional Convention of 1894, and City Court Judge. Director Siegel Bros. Member Democratic, Progress, Harmonie and Manhattan Clubs, Arion Society and Liederkranz.

KOEPKE, HERMAN F.--Lawyer, 189 Montague street, Brooklyn; residence 240 Emerson place. Member Reform Club of New York City, and Hanover Club.

KOHLER, FRANK K.-General Agent, 220 Broadway, New York City; residence 41 West 68th street. Born in Mariners' Harbor, Richmond Co., N. Y., March 29, 1860. (Married.) General agent John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance Co. Member West Side Republican, Underwriters' and Colonial Clubs and of all Masonic bodies.

KOHLER, MAX J.-Lawyer, 119 Nassau street, New York City; residence 115 East 71st street. Born in Detroit, Mich., May 23, 1871. Educated at the College of the City of New York and Columbia College Political Science and Law Schools. (Single.) Admitted to the Bar, 1893; Assistant United States Dis. trict Attorney, 1894-8. Member of the firm of Lewinson, Kohler & Schattman. Member Good Govern. ment Club A and Judaeans Club, Phi Beta Kappa and Freundschaft Societies, American Historical Association and Association of the Bar of the City of New York.

KOHN, SAMUEL-Physician, 815 Madison avenue, New York City. Born in New York City, Nov. 20, 1854. Educated in New York City. (Married.) Attending physician German Poliklinik Member Freundschaft Club, Society of Medical Jurisprudence, German Medical and County Medical Societies, Physicians' Mutual Aid and County Medical Associations and Academy of Medicine.

KOHNS, LAZARUS-China Importer, 44 Warren street, New York City; residence 23 West 56th street. Member of the firm of L. Straus & Sons. Member Reform and Hardware Clubs, Metropolitan Museum of Art and American Museum of Natural History.

KOHNS, LEE-China Importer, 44 Warren street, New York City; residence 127 West 79th street. Born in Georgia, Sept. 1, 1864. Educated at the College of the City of New York. (Married.) Member of the firm of L. Straus & Sons. Trustee Crockery Board of Trade. Member Manhattan, Reform, Harmonie, Arts, City College and Hardware Clubs.

KRACKE, FREDERICK J.-Commissioner, 23 Park row, New York City. Born in New York City, July 11, 1863. Educated in common schools. In produce business with his father in Washington Market until 1896; since then Assistant State Commissioner of Agriculture for district embracing the counties of New York, Kings, Queens, Suffolk, Richmond and half of Westchester.

KRACKOWIZER, RICHARD F.-Broker, 22 Produce Exchange, New York City; residence 101 West 54th street. Born in New York City, March 20, 1864. Educated in New York City, and in Boston, Mass. (Single) Formerly secretary and director New York and Brooklyn Malting Co. Member Atlantic Yacht and Crescent Athletic Clubs and Liederkranz.

KRAMER, ISIDOR H.-Lawyer, 309 Broadway, New York City; residence 38 East 49th street. Born in Scranton, Pa., Feb. 1, 1872. Educated at Cann's School, Scranton, Pa., and New York Law School. (Single.) Member of the firm of Weil, Wolf & Kramer. Member West End Club, Young Men's Hebrew Association, Hebrew Sheltering Guardian Home and Mount Sinai Alliance.

KOLLE, FREDERICK STRANGE-Physician and Instructor, 120 Liberty street, New York City; residence 72 Orange street, Brooklyn. Born in Hanover, Germany. Nov. 22, 1871. Educated in Germany and at Long Island (N. Y.) College Hospital (M. D., '93). Practicing in Brooklyn since 1894. Chief instructor in department of electro-therapeutics in Electrical Engineering Institute, New York City. Inventor of xray appliances and other electrical apparatus. Author of "The Recent Roentgen Discovery," "MedicoSurgical Radiography" and other works of a similar nature. Member Medical Society of Kings County, Brooklyn Pathological Society, New York Electrical Society and other scientific organizations.

KOLLSTEDE, CHARLES—Broker, 37 Wall street, New York City; residence 43 West 84th street. Born in Germany, Nov. 24, 1838. (Married.) Member of the New York Stock Exchange firm of F. S. Smithers & Co. Member German Club and Down Town Association.

KOONES, JOHN ALEXANDER-Lawyer, 120 Broadway, New York City; residence 158 West 129th street. Born in New York City, March 18, 1848. (Son of John S. and Helen M. [Forbes) Koones.) Educated at Free Academy, Rutgers College and New York University Law School (73). Member of the firm of Koones & Naylor. Author of "Everybody's Law Book."

KOPPELMAN, HAROLD IRVING-Life Insurance, 120 Broadway, New York City; residence 184 East 720 street. Born in Germany, Oct. 2, 1878. Educated in New York public schools and at the College of the City of New York. (Single.) Manager metroDolltan department Equitable Life Assurance Society of the United States.

KOPPER, FREDERICK–Retired, 615 West End avenue, New York City. Born in Scotland, Feb. 28, 1847. Educated in New York City, at Grammar School No. 11, and at Trinity School and Columbia College. (Married.) Served twenty-one years (including Civil War) with 7th Regiment N. G. N. Y. Was subsequently adjutant-major, lieutenant-colonel and colonel of the 71st Regiment and assistant quartermaster-general N. G. N. Y. Has also served as a member of the Vermont Legislature. Member Lafayette Post G. A. R., Montclair (N. J.) Club, Essex County (N. J.) Country Club and St. Andrew's Society.

KOUES, GEORGE E.-Insurance, 120 Broadway, New York City; residence 507 North Broad street, Elizabeth, N. J. Born in Rahway, N. J., Sept. 28, 1849. Educated in New York City. (Married Mary Parmly. daughter of Hon. Simeon Toby of New Orleans, La.) Ex-secretary board of managers, Metropolitan District, Equitable Life Assurance Society of the United States, ex-chairman executive committee New York State Life Insurance Association, ex-vestryman St. John's Protestant Episcopal Church, Elizabeth, N. J.; manager Metropolitan District, Equitable Life Assurance Society. Member Town and Country Club of Elizabeth, N. J., Society of Colonial Wars and New York Historical Society.

KOUNTZE, AUG. FREDERICK - Banker, 120 Broadway, New York City; residence 5 East' 57th street. Member of the New York Stock Exchange firm of Kountze Bros. Member Metropolitan, Lawyers', Riding and Yale Clubs.

KOUNTZE, CHARLES B.-Banker, 120 Broadway, New York City; residence 5 East 57th street. Member of the New York Stock Exchange firm of Kountze Bros. Member Union League and Lawyers' Clubs.

KOUNTZE, LUTHER-Banker, 120 Broadway, New York City; residence 5 East 57th street. Member of the New York Stock Exchange firm of Kountze Bros. Vice-president and director United States Mortgage and Trust Co.; director Metropolitan Opera and Real Estate Co. Member Metropolitan, Union, Lawyers' and Riding Clubs, Morristown Club of Morristown, N. J., and Metropolitan Museum of Art.

KRANS, HORATIO S. - Professor, 234 Central Park, West, New York City. Born in Boston, Mass. Educated at Columbia University (A.B. and A.M.) (Single.) Formerly professor of English literature in University of Wooster, Ohio. Member Psi Upsilon Club, Columbia University Alumni Association and Sons of the Revolution.

KRAUSHAAR, CHARLES W.-Art Dealer, 1257 Broadway, New York City; residence 323 West 45th street. Member Manhattan and Catholic Clubs and Merchants' and Manufacturers' Association.

KRAUSS, WILLIAM C.-Physician, Buffalo; residence 371 Delaware avenue. Born in Attica, N. Y., Oct. 15, 1863. Educated at Cornell University and University of Berlin, Germany. (Married.) President American Microscopical Society in 1899. Member Buffalo, University, Liberal and Medical Clubs.

KREBS, WILLIAM-Adjuster, 69 Wall Street, New York City; residence 19 West 32d street. Member Metropolitan, Union, City, New York Yacht and Men. delssohn Glee Clubs and Down Town Association.

KREHBIEL, HENRY EDWARD-Musical Critic and Lecturer, 154 Nassau street, New York City; residence 66 West 88th street. Born in Ann Arbor, Mich., March 10, 1854. Educated in public schools. (Married.) Musical critic on Cincinnati (Ohio) "Gazette," 1874-80; since 1880 with the New York "Tribune." Author of "Review of the New York Musical Seasons, 1885-90," "Studies in the Wagnerian Drama," "How to Listen to Music" and other works of a similar nature. Member Authors' Club.

KREIZER, CHARLES P.-Physician, 333 West 34th street, New York City. Born in New York City, Jan. 13, 1845. Educated at Manhattan College and New York University. (Married.) Formerly attending physician Northwestern Dispensary; attending physician Mount Sinai Dispensary; assistant surgeon 8th Regiment N. G. N. Y., and professor of pharmacy and pharmaceutical chemistry, Columbia Veterinary College. Now professor of obstetrics, Columbia School of Midwifery. Member Catholic Club and Knights of Columbus.

KREMER, EUGENE C.-Lawyer, 120 Broadway, New York City; residence 48 Central Park, South. Member Manhattan and Lawyers' Clubs and Association of the Bar of the City of New York.

KRETSCHMAR, HORATIO C.-Stock Broker, 19 William street, New York City; residence 126 East 19th street. Member of the firm of Lee, Livingston & Co., and of the New York Stock Exchange. Member Union Club.

KRUG, FLORIAN-Surgeon, 13 East 41st street, New York City. Born in Mayence, Germany, Dec. 12, 1858. Educated in Europe at the Universities of Freiburg, Göttingen, Vienna and Paris (M.D.). (Single.) Professor of gynecology, New York Polyclinic Medical College. Member New York Athletic, Wa Wa Yanda, York Riding and German Clubs, Liederkranz, Acad

KOUWENHOVEN, PETER - 3 Kouwenhoven place, Brooklyn. Born in Kouwenhovens, L. I., March 2, 1842. Educated at Brooklyn Polytechnic Institute. (Single.) Member Holland Society.

Art, National Geographical Society, Civil Service Reform Association and National Municipal League.

emy of Medicine and American Gynecological, New York Obstetrical, Philadelphia Obstetrical, Pittsburg Obstetrical, New York County Medical, German Medical and Arion Societies.

KRUMBHOLZ, T. EDMUND—Hotel Proprietor, Pittsburg, Pa.; residence Lake Placid, N. Y. Born in Dresden, Germany, Dec. 25, 1854. Educated in the United States. (Married.) Proprietor Hotel Schenley, Pittsburg, Pa., and The Ruisseaumond, Adirondacks, N. Y. Ex-president Hotel Organization. Member Fort Orange Club of Albany, Country Club of Pittsburg, Pa., and Edgeworth Club of Sewickley, Pa.

KUNKEL, JOHN A.-Produce Commission Merchant, 82 Dey street, New York City; residence Hotel Savoy Born in Mechanicsburg, Pa., Feb. 16, 1835. Educated in Newburg, Pa., common schools. (Married.) As an officer on the staff of Major-General Biddle, under appointment of Governor Packer of Pennsylvania, acted as personal escort at Harrisburg, Pa.. to Abraham Lincoln when on the way to his inauguration as President. President and director Morrow Gold Mining Co.; president Pennington_(N. J.) Im. provement Association; director Odorless Filler Co. and Pennington Canning Factory. Member West Side Republican Club and Masonic Fraternity.

KUDLICH, HERMAN CHARLES-Lawyer, 124 West 75th street, New York City. Born in Hoboken, N. J., Feb. 5, 1860. (Son of Dr. Hans and Louisa (Vogt] Kudlich.) Educated at Hoboken Academy, in Zurich, Switzerland, at New York University and at Columbia College Law School. As a member of the firm of Kudlich & Finck, established a successful practice. Was appointed a City Magistrate by Mayor Strong in 1895, which position he filled until July 1, 1899. Member New York Athletic and Republican Clubs and Association of the Bar of the City of New York.

KUGELMAN, JULIUS G.-Merchant, 38 West 23d street and 21 West 22d street, New York City; residence 23 West 52d street. Commissioner of Bureau of Municipal Statistics until January, 1900. Member Lotos, Criterion, Harmonie, Democratic, Atlantic Yacht and Century Country Clubs, Aldine Association, Metropolitan Museum of Art and Liederkranz.

KUNZ, GEORGE FREDERICK–Mineralogist and Gem Expert, 15 Union square, West, New York City: residence 244 East 13th street. Born in New York City, Sept. 29, 1856. Educated in public schools and at Cooper Union. Honorary degree of A.M. conferred by Columbia University. (Married Sophia Hanforth, 1879.) Connected with the firm of Tiffany & Co. Member United States Geological Survey since 1882, as special agent on precious stones. Honorary special agent to Paris Exposition 1889, Kimberley (South Africa) Exposition 1892, World's Columbian Exposition 1893, Atlanta Exposition 1894, and Omaha Exposition 1897; treasurer New York State Commission to Nashville Exposition in the latter year. Received decoration as Officier de l'Academie from French Government in 1889, Author of "Gems and Precious Stones of North America" and of many articles on gems, minerals, etc., in reviews and magazines. Member New York Mineralogical and Grolier Clubs, Aldine and Century Associations, Ethnological Society, Mineralogical Society of St. Petersburg, Russia, American Museum of Natural History, American Association for the Advancement of Science, Society for the Preservation of Scenic and Historic Places and Objects (treasurer), and Chamber of Commerce of Precious Stones of Paris, France.

KUHNE, PERCIVAL-Banker, 13 William street, New York City; residence 22 West 56th street. Born in New York City, April 6, 1861. Educated at the College of the City of New York and abroad. (Married.) Member of the firm of Knauth, Nachod & Kuhne, and of the New York Stock Exchange. Trustee Citizens' Savings Bank, Colonial Trust Co., Lincoln Safe Deposit Co. and Colonial Safe Deposit Co. Member Metropolitan, Union, Union League and Calumet Clubs, Metropolitan Museum of Art, American Museum of Natural History, Zoological Gardens, Botanical Gardens, Holland Lodge No. 8, and 7th Regiment Veterans, Company K.

KUNHARDT, HENRY R.-Merchant, 32 Beaver street, New York City; residence 124 West 74th street. Born in New Brighton, s. I., Oct. 3, 1860. Educated in New York City and in Europe. (Married.) Senior member of the firm of Kunhardt & Co. Director German-American Bank; trustee Hamburg-Bremen Fire Insurance Co. Member Lawyers', City, Metropolitan and Reform Clubs, Down Town Association, Metropolitan Museum of Art and American Museum of Natural History.

KUNHARDT, WHEATON B.-Mining and Metallurgical Engineer, 1 Broadway, New York City; residence Bernardsville, N. J. Born in New Brighton, s. I., July 13, 1859. Educated at the School of Mines, Columbia College. (Single.) President Osceola (Nev.) Placer Mining Co.; vice-president Payne Separator Co.; second vice-president Carpenter Steel Co. of Reading, Pa. Author of "The Practice of Ore Dressing in Europe," 1883. Member Lawyers', University, Reform and Delta Kappa Epsilon Clubs, American Museum of Natural History, Metropolitan Museum of

KURTZ, CHARLES M.-Art Expert, 49 West 39th street, New York City. Born in New Castle, Pa., 1855. Educated at Washington and Jefferson College ("76). (Married.) Assistant director fine arts exhibit, World's Columbian Exposition, Chicago, 1893; director art department St. Louis Exposition; assistant director United States fine arts exhibit, Paris Exposition, 1900. Member National Arts and Lotos Clubs, National Society of Mural Painters, National Sculpture Society, Japan Society of London, and Phi Gam. ma Delta Fraternity.

'KURTZ, WILLIAM K.-Broker, 100 Broadway, New York City; residence 802 West End avenue. Born in Dorchester County, Md. Educated in public schools and at Wilmington Conference Academy. (Married.) Vice-president and director Interstate Land Co.; director Metropolitan Street Ry, Co. of Omaha and Union Hill Co.; trustee Wardenclyft Home and Hunt. ing Club. Member Colonial, Democratic and Nameoki Clubs.

KUTTROFF, ADOLPH-Chemist, 128 Duane street, New York City; residence 17 East 69th street. Member of the firm of Pickhardt & Kuttroff. Member New York Athletic and Merchants' Clubs, Scientific Alliance, Liederkranz, Metropolitan Museum of Art and American Museum of Natural History.

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LACEY, RICHARD-East India Merchant, 108 Water street, New York City; residence 147 Amity street, Brooklyn. Born in Middletown, Conn., June 15, 1846. Educated in Middletown and Bridgeport, Conn. (Married Cornelia Augusta, daughter of Fred. erick Lacey, 1873.) Resident of Brooklyn since 1858. In business in New York City since 1866; has been senior member of the firms of Richard Lacey & Co., Lacey & Randall and Lacey, Pope & Co. Member of the New York Produce Exchange since 1866. Served as rapid transit commissioner of the City of Brooklyn and laid out the Union Elevated R. R. system; was also vice-president of the Bate Refrigerating Co., the first shippers of refrigerated and dressed meat. Member Hamilton and Church Clubs of Brooklyn and Down Town Association.

LADD, WILLIAM W., JR.-Lawyer, 2 Tryon row, and 20 Nassau street, New York City; residence 139 East 34th street. Born in Westchester, N. Y., 1852. Educated in Westchester County and at Columbia College Law School (LL.B., '71). In practice in New York City since 1873. Deputy chemberlain 1885-90; editor of the series of "American Railway Reports''. and "American Probate Reports" for several years; Assistant Judge Advocate-General of the State from 1887 to 1888, and from 1891 to 1898. Assistant corpora. tion counsel since Jan. 1, 1898.

LACHMUND, CARL V.-Musical Director, 132 West 85th street. New York City. Born in Boonville, Mo., March 27, 1854. Studied for nine years in Berlin and Cologne, and three years with Franz Liszt. (Married.) Director of the Lachmund Conservatory of Music. Formerly instructor of advanced piano classes in several large conservatories in this country and in Berlin. Founder and director of the Women's String Orchestra Society, composed of forty members selected from the best concert players and teachers. Member Liederkranz and Society of American Musicians and Composers.

LADEW, EDWARD R.-Leather Merchant, 159 East Houston street, New York City; residence 3 East 67th street. Born in New York City, Feb. 18, 1855. (Son of Harvey Smith Ladew.) Educated at Charlier Institute and Dr. Anthon's Grammar School. (Married Louise B., daughter of Charles Wall, 1886.) Became member of the firm of Fayerweather & Ladew in 1884; now president and director of same. President and director Bennett Combination Saw Tool Co.; director Cuban and Pan-American Express Co., International Express Co., Interior Express Co., United States Leather Co. and United States Sugar Refining Co.; trustee Manufacturers' Trust Co. of Brooklyn, and Bowling Green Trust Co. Member Union League, Collie, Fulton, Lambs', Suburban Rid. ing and Driving, Larchmont Yacht, New York Yacht, American Yacht, Carteret Gun and Accomack Clubs, Holland Society and Liederkranz.

LACKAYE, WILTON-Actor, 70 West 36th street, New York City. Born in Loudoun County, Va., Sept. 30, 1862. Educated at Ottawa (Canada) College and Georgetown University. (Married.) Began stage career with Lawrence Barrett, 1883. Has starred in *Dr. Pelgraff," "The Royal Secret," "Charles O'Malley" and as "Svengali" in "Trilby." Member Lambs', Players', Shakespeare and Fortnightly Clubs and Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks.

LADEW, JOSEPH HARVEY-Leather Merchant, 159 East Houston street, New York City; residence 813 Madison avenue. Treasurer and director Fayerweather & Ladew; vice-president, treasurer and director Bennett Combination Saw Tool Co.; director United States Leather Co. Member Union League, Riding, American Yacht, Atlantic Yacht, New York Yacht and Larchmont Yacht Clubs.

LADUE, POMEROY - Professor, University Heights, New York City. Born in Detroit, Mich., Oct. 23, 1868. Educated in public schools and at University of Michigan (A.B., '90 and LL.B., '91). Practiced law in Detroit, Mich., 1891-2; connected with the United States Weather Bureau 1892-3; instructor in mathematics at University of Michigan 1893-4; professor of mathematics at New York University since 1894. Member of Council and librarian American Mathematical Society since 1895.

LACOMBE, EMILE HENRY-United States Circuit Judge, 78 Post Office Building, New York City; residence 253 West 420 street. Born in New York City, Jan. 29, 1846. Educated at Columbia College Grammar School, Columbia College ('63) and Columbia College Law School ('65). Admitted to the Bar in 1867. (Widower.) Engaged in private practice in New York City. 1867-75; became connected with the Law Department of the City of New York in 1875 and was corporation counsel from 1884 to 1887. United States Circuit Judge since 1887. Member Metropolitan, Delta Phi and University Clubs, Columbia University Alumni and 7th Regiment Veteran Associations, Metropolitan Museum of Art and Association of the Bar of New York.

LADD, EDWARD H., JR.-Banker, 31 Pine street, New York City; residence Plainfield, N. J. Member of the firm of Ladd, Wood & King, and of the New York Stock Exchange. Member Reform Club and Down Town Association.

LADUE, WILLIAM H. - Builder, Cold Spring. Born in Cold Spring, 1843. Educated in Cold Spring. (Married.) Has served as assemblyman, justice of the peace and as president of the village. Now di. rector National Bank of Cold Spring. Member old Homestead Club and I. O. F. A. Masons.

LA FARGE, JOHN-Artist, 51 West Tenth street, New York City. Born in New York City, March 31, 1835. Studied architectural decoration and painting. Makes a specialty of the making of stained glass windows, for which he invented several new methods. Member Players' and Grolier Clubs, Century Association, National Academy of Design and Metropolltan Museum of Art.

LADD, HORATIO OLIVER–Protestant Episcopalian Clergyman, Jamaica, L. I. Born in Hallowell, Me., Aug. 31, 1839. Educated at Bowdoin College (A.B., '59 and A.M., '62) and Yale Theological School. (Married.) President University of New Mexico, 18819; supervisor of census of New Mexico, 1889-90. Entered ministry in 1881; rector Trinity Church at Fishkill, 1891-6; rector of Grace Protestant Episcopal Church at Jamaica since 1896. Author of "The War with Mexico," "The Story of New Mexico" and seyeral religious works.

LADD, JOHN B.-Importer of Perfumes, 27 Barclay street, New York City; residence 246 Henry street, Brooklyn. Member of the firm of Ladd & Coffin. Member Crescent Athletic and Hamilton Clubs of Brooklyn, Union League Club and Down Town Association.

LA FETRA, LINNAEUS L.-Physician, 23 West 37th street, New York City; residence 360 West 21st street. Born in Washington, D. C., Oct. 12, 1868. Educated at Wesleyan University and New York College of Physicians and Surgeons. (Married Annie E. Parsons.) Lecturer in physiological pedagogics at University of New York. Member Psi Upsilon Club and New York Academy of Medicine.

LAFFAN, WILLIAM M.-Journalist, 168 Nassau street, New York City; residence 335 Lexington avenue. Born in Dublin, Ireland, Jan, 22, 1848. Educated in Dublin. (Married.) Publisher and part proprietor LAMADRID, JULIO J.-Physician, 412 Greene avenue, Brooklyn. Born in Barranquilla, United States of Columbia, S. A., April 14, 1848. (Married.) Formerly physician and surgeon to Bushwick Hospital. Ex-director German-American Bank. Member Union League Club, Kings County Medical Society and Tolland Fish and Game (president) and Physicians' Mutual Aid Associations.

LAMANNA, FRANK-Importer, 306 Greenwich street, New York City; residence 235 Cumberland street, Brooklyn, Member of the firm of Lamanna, Azema & Farnan. Member Arkwright and Camera Clubs and Marine and Field Club of Brooklyn.

LA MARCHE, HENRY J.-Metal Merchant, 17 Platt street, New York City: residence 51 West 55th street. Director Brooklyn Life Insurance Co. Member Crescent Athletic Club of Brooklyn, and New York Athletic Club.

of the New York “Sun." Manager and trustee Sun Printing and Publishing Association; managing director Laffan News Bureau. Member Racquet and Tennis, Union, National Arts, Westminster Kennel, and Riding Clubs, Chicago (11.) Club, Arts Club of London, England, and Sculpture Society.

LAFRENTZ, FERDINAND W.-Certified Public Accountant and Lawyer, 100 Broadway, New York City; residence 26 St. James place, Brooklyn. Born in Germany, March 25, 1859. Educated in Germany. (Married.) Was member of the Tenth Legislative Assembly of Wyoming. President and director American Audit Co.; trustee American Association of Public Accountants; accountant American Surety Co.

LA GROVE, EUGENE–President, 1270 Broadway, New York City; residence Hotel Margaret, Brooklyn. Born in London, England, April 25, 1876, of American parentage. (Grandson of Isaac M, Singer, inventor of the Singer Sewing Machine.) Educated at New York Military Academy, Cornwall-on-Hudson. (Single.) President Majestic Sewing Machine Co. Member Crescent Athletic and Montauk Clubs of Brooklyn.

LAIDLAW, CHARLES E.-Banker, 14 Wall street, New York City; residence 49 West 85th street. Born in New York City, March 21, 1841. Educated in New York City. Member of the firm of Laidlaw & Co. and of the New York Stock Exchange.

LAIDLAW, GEORGE F.-Physician, 137 West 41st street, New York City. Born in Jersey City, N. J. Formerly pathologist to Hahnemann Hospital and lecturer on pathology in New York Homeopathic Medical College. Member Twilight, New York Athletic and Democratic Clubs.

LAIDLAW, HENRY B.-Banker, 14 Wall Street, New York City; residence 31 West 73d street. Born in New York City, 1838. Educated in New York City. (Married.) Member of the firm of Laidlaw & Co., members of the New York Stock Exchange. Director Bank of New York and Navesink Park Co.; vestryman Corporation of Trinity Church. Member Metropolitan Museum of Art and American Museum of Natural History.

LAIDLAW, JAMES LEES-Banker, 14 Wall street, New York City; residence 31 West 73d street. Member of the firm of Laidlaw & Co., members of the New York Stock Exchange. Director Genesee Fruit Co. and Toledo, St. Louis and Kansas City R. R. Co. Member Players' Club.

LAIMBEER, FRANCIS EFFINGHAM–Lawyer, 206 Broadway, New York City; residence 251 West 50th street. Born in New York City. Educated at Columbia. (Single) Member of New York State Assembly, 1896-8. Director Society for Prevention of Crime and Bible Society; trustee Collegiate Church. Member Republican and City Clubs, Society of Medical Jurisprudence, Columbia University Alumni Association, Sons of the Revolution and New York Genealogical and Biographical Society.

LAIMBEER, JOHN, JR.–Builder, 239 West 50th street, New York City; residence 133 West 87th street. Born in Brooklyn, N. Y., Sept. 22, 1860. Educated at Columbia (M.A., '83). (Married Wilhelmina Dulles Martin, daughter of Oswald J. Martin, 1895.) Member Republican Club, Sons of the Revolution, Columbia University Alumni and Masons' and Builders' Associations.

LAIMBEER, RICHARD H., JR.-Lawyer, 291 Broadway, New York City; residence 9 First place, Brooklyn. Member Hamilton, Crescent Athletic, Jockey and Coney Island Jockey Clubs of Brooklyn, and 7th Regiment Veteran and National Horse Show Associations.

LAIMBEER, WILLIAM-Broker, 7 Nassau street, New York City: residence 118 East 36th street. Member New York Stock Exchange and of the Harvard, New_York Athletic, Racquet and Tennis, and Turf and Field Clubs and Country Club of Westchester.

LAIRD, WILLIAM H.-Broker, 150 Nassau street, New York City; residence 14 Mount Morris Park, West. Born in Barrie, Ontario, Canada, Feb. 24, 1848. Educated in Barrie. (Married.) Member Twilight Club.

LAMB, ALBERT E. (Colonel)-Lawyer, 189 Montague street, Brooklyn; residence 824 President street. Member of the firm of Lamb & Johnson. Member Montauk and Brooklyn Clubs and New England Society.

LAMB, ANTHONY-Banker, Syracuse; residence 712 West Genesee street. Born in Norwich, N. Y., Jan. 19, 1847. Educated in Norwich and Poughkeepsie. (Married.) Cashier and director Commercial Bank; trustee Syracuse Homeopathic Hospital. Member Citizens' Club, Credit Men's Association (president) and life member State Agricultural Society.

LAMB, CHARLES R.-Architect, 59 Carmine street, New York City; residence 360 West 22d street. Second vice-president National Sculpture Society: trustee American Fine Arts Society. Member National Arts Club, Architectural League, American Fine Arts and National Sculpture Societies, National Society of Mural Painters and Sons of the American Revolution.

LAMB, GILBERT D. - Lawyer, 253 Broadway, New York City; residence 37 West 32d street. Educated at Yale. Member of the firm of Lamb, Osborne & Petty. Member Reform, Democratic and Yale Clubs and Association of the Bar of the City of New York.

LAMBDEN, JOHN F.-Lawyer, Lambden Building, New Rochelle; residence New Rochelle. Member New York Athletic Club.

LAMBERT, ADRIAN V. S.-Physician, 2 East 37th street, New York City. Born in New York City, June 30, 1872. Educated at Yale ('93) and Columbia (M.D., '96). (Single) Member University and Yale Clubs.

LAMBERT, ALEXANDER-Physician and Professor, 126 East 36th street. Born in New York City, Dec. 15, 1861. Educated at Yale (A.B., '84), Sheffield Scientific School (PhB., '85) and College of Physicians and Surgeons of Columbia University (M.D., '88). (Married Ellen W. Cherry of South Manchester, Vt.. 1895.) Professor of clinical medicine and instructor in physical diagnosis at Cornell University Medical College in New York City; attending physician to Bellevue Hospital. Member Yale, University Athletic and University Clubs and Yale Alumni and Century Associations.

LAMBERT, CATHOLINA -- Silk Merchant, 33 Greene street, and 70 Grand street, New York City; residence Paterson, N. J. Member of the firm of Dexter, Lambert & Co. Member Union League, Republican, Merchants' Central and Colonial Clubs, and Hamilton Club of Paterson, N. J.

LAMBERT, CHARLES E.-Advertising, 5 Van. derbilt avenue, New York City; residence 130 West 66th street. Vice-president and director United States Railway, Hotel and Steamship Advertising Co. Member Colonial, Press, Suburban Riding and Driving, and Transportations Clubs.

LAMBERT, HENRY A.-Gold Pens and Fountain Pen Manufacturer, 19 Maiden lane, New York City; residence 233 Pawtucket street, Lowell, Mass. Born in Woodbury, Conn., Aug. 7, 1837. Educated in Woodbury. (Married.) Treasurer and director Aikin, Lambert & Co.; director Aikin-Lambert Jewelry Co.

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