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Hill. Daniel O.. silk expert, March 31.

Hipp. William H. (1864), physician. Dec. 19, 1906.

Hitchcock, Sarah A. (1831). Feb. 23.

Hofmann, Valentine S. (1857), brewer. Aug. 15.

Hogan, Michael W. (1835), lawyer, Aug. 17.

Holbrook, Graves (1839). department manager, In Oak Park, 111., Oct. 26.

Holden, James E. (1856), manager, Dec. 28, 1906.

Holladay. Jesse (1825). California pioneer, Oct. 15.

Hoover, George H. (1842), clergyman, Jan. 6.

Hornsteln. John (1847), printer, Sept. 8.

Hotchklss, William Dye (1857). engineer, June 2.

Hulbert. Eri B. (1841), theologian, Feb. 17.

Hutchinson, Charles G. (1847), inventor, Feb. 25.

Jackman, Wilbur S. (1855). educator. Jan. 28.

Jackson, John B. (1823). clergyman. Jan. 28.

Jansen. Mrs. Mary L. B. (1836), widow of E. I.. V. Jansen, founder of firm of A. C. McClurg & Co.. at Winnetka, Sept. 8.

Jenkins. Robert E. (1846), lawyer, March 5.

Jenney. W. L. B. (1832). Chicago architect, in Los Angeles, Cal., June 15.

Johnson, A. F. (1835), manufacturer, July 3.

Johnson, Mrs. Catherine H.. Sept. 26.

Johnston. William, printer. May 27.

Jones, William, retired business man. Jan. 5.

Karpen, Julius (1874), credit man, April 1.

Keen, George (1860), real estate, Aug. 13.

Keeney. James F. (1840), real-estate dealer, in Pasadena, Cal., July 2.

Kennedy, Sylvester (1844), police sergeant. Sept. 15.

Kimball. Samnel B. (1834), at Winnetka, 111., Sept. 25.

King, Edward, flour dealer, at Oak Park, 111., Feb. 27.

Kirk, James S. (1840), manufacturer, at Hartland, Wis.. Feb. 22.

Kessack. John C. (1855). manufacturer. April 2.

Klee, Abraham (1847), horse dealer, June 4.

Kochersperger, D. H. (1851). former county treasurer. April 9.

Kneale. John C. (1838). manufacturer. Feb. 20.

Krebs. William S. (1854). agent. May 24.

Koslowski, Anthony (1857), bishop, Jan. 14.

Krembs. Moritz rlS38), chemist. May 15.

Laflin. Albert S. (1861), capitalist, in Nice, France, April 17.

Landln, John W. (1837). transfer agent. April 25.

Lane, John J. (1855). newspaper writer, in St. Louis. Mo.. Aug. 10.

Lang. Rosa C, educator, July 10.

Langdon. Richard B. (1842). paymaster, Jan. 15.

Larson, John A. (1854). ex-alderman, March 1.

Laurence, W. J. (1824), dentist, April 11.

Learned. Clare S.. physician, Jan. 9.

Lebolt. Lazarus E. (1832), jeweler, Jan. 4.

Lee, E. W. (1840), physician. Aug. 11.

Lee, Vernon. M. (1852). broker, Jan. 14.

Lindblom. Robert (1844). board of trade operator, Feb. 15.

Loring, Mark A. (1845), hotel man. April 24.

Ludlam, Edward M. P. (1839). physician, Feb. 9.

MacChesney, Mrs. Alfred B., Sept. 26.

MacPhorson, Malcolm (1846), war correspondent, Feb. 24.

Maglll, Henry W-. insurance man, at Pasadena. Cal., Dec. 12, 1906.

Mahon. Helene, labor organizer. Feb. 25.

Marguerat. E. (1829), physician. March 7.

Markely, William A. (1822). merchant. Feb. 20.

Marlow. Charles F. (1864), traction official, in Evanston, 111., Aug. 20.

Martens. Henry C. (1825). grocer, at Franklin Park, June 6.

Matthews, Paschal P. (1819). retired business man, in Hinsdale. 111.. March 25.

May. Mrs. Horatio N.. March 20.

Mayer, Solomon (1846), hanker, June 24.

Merrick, George H. (1849). business man, in Syracuse, N. Y., Sept. 28.

Miller, Charles S. (1832). lawyer. June 29.

Montgomery, John A. (1839), clergyman. June 4.

Montgomery, William (1848). member of state legislature, at Moro, 111.. Sept. 5.

Morrell. Charles H. (1839), thirty-third degree Mason. Oct. 25.

Morris. Nelson (1840). packer, Aug. 27.

Mueller. Adolph (1837). ex-deputy sheriff. March 5.

Munn. Orson D. (1824). publisher, in New York, N. Y„ Feb. 28.

Murphy. Richard J. (1872), clergyman, Oct. 24.

Musham. Win. H. (1839), ex-fire marshal. Feb. 23. McCarthy. Dennis (1843), retired business man, at

Green Lake. Wis.. Sept. 1. McClellan, John J. (1833). attorney. May 5. McCllntock, Wm. (1847), real-estate owner. May 17. McCounell, Luther W. (1851). credit man. Jan. 14.

McDonald, Michael C. (1839), former gambling house owner, Aug. 9.

McDonough, Daniel V. (1869). member of legislature, March 22.

McEachron. Julia P. (1855). teacher. April 19.

McEwen. Arthur, journalist, at Hamilton, Bermuda, April 30.

McKee, George W. (1842). cashier. May 16.

McLennan. Alexander S. (1835). physician, Sept. 23.

McNally, Frederick G. (1865). publisher, Sept. 16.

McWade. John E.. singer. Feb. 15.

Newcomer. Mrs. Catherine (1839). Mav 13.

Newton, George W. (1860), physician. Feb. 9

Nichols, Edward C. (1870). elevated road manager, at Maywood, 111.. March 28.

Nicholson, Duke (1837). Chicago railroad man. in Los Angeles, Cal.. March 18.

Norden, Julius (1853), writer. June 11.

O'Brien. John (1847). lumberman. Feb. 25.

O'Connor, Daniel J. (1837). school principal; May 2.

O'Gorman. James S. (1849). inventor, July 19.

Ohlander. Nels T., postoffice employe, Jan. 31. 1906.

Ostrander, Dempster (1834), lawyer, June 27.

Otis. Mrs. E. T. (1828). March 8.

Otley. Samuel (1844). manufacturer, at Grand Haven, Mich., Aug. 26.

Parker. Henry Orlando (1854), grain broker, at Wheaton, 111., June 20.

Parsons, Harlan E. (1839), retired business man. April 11.

Payne, James (1837), banker, June 28.

Peabody. Hiram B. (1841). capitalist, Aug. 1.

Peacock, William H. (1845). merchant. March 10.

Pelrce. Alden P. (1822), police magistrate, at Blue Island, 111.. July 31.

Philpot, Adaline D. (1827). at Sllngerlands, N. Y.. Aug. 11.

Pomy, Herman (1842). restaurateur, Feb. 18.

Potter. Orrln W. (1836), retired steel manufacturer. May 17.

Preston, Herbert, prominent Mason, July 28.

Prime. Samuel T. K. (1832), crop reporter, April 26.

Prince. William II. (1820). veteran of civil war. July 7.

Proctor. David R. (1826). Inventor, Oct. 15.

Race. Eugene C. (1845). restaurateur, Jan, 21.

Rafferty. John T.. politician. July 31.

Rapp. William (1828). editor, Feb. 28.

Rasmussen. Nels (1852). insurance agent, Aug. 22.

Raymond, James H. (1851), lawyer. Jan. 11.

Reddick, James (1867). public administrator and political leader, Oct. 27.

Reed. Frank E. (1861), business man, at Lake Geneva. HI.. Sent. 3.

Rice. William H. (1821), civil-war veteran, July 30.

Ripley, William (1819). business man. Jan. 9.

Rising. Charles L. (1841). railroad ofllcial, in Evanston, 111.. July 10.

Roler. O. F. (1833). physician. April 18.

Rollins, Mrs. Ella C. (1849). at Biloxi, Miss., April 30.

Roney, J. W. (1840). manager. Jan. 5.

Rosenthal. Isador (1831). merchant. Aug. 28.

Ross. George B. (1863), hotel man, July 24.

Ryerson. Mrs. Martin (1829). at Pasadena. Cal.. Jan. 9.

Sager. Nelson A. (1854), civil engineer, Aug. 30.

Sanders. Edgar (1827), florist. Sept. 29.

Scanlan, James F. (1857), government employe, July 27.

Schoenhoefen. Mrs. Elise, widow of Peter Sehoenhoefen, in Baden Baden, Germany. March 2.

Schwab. Dr. Isaac (1840). rabbi. Feb. 4.

Seeboeck, William C. E. (1860), composer and pianist. June 2.

Shaffer, Henry R. (1838). contractor. Jan. 4.

Shaw. Mrs. Sarah E. (1839). April 9.

Shaw. Theodore A. (1836). merchant, Dec. 5. 1906.

Sheridan. William A. (1838), attorney, at Oak Park. 111.. Jan. 9.

Singer, Walter H. (1857). business man, at Houghton. Mich.. Aug. 24.

Sittig, Eugene A. (1847). publisher, June 6.

Skelly. Mrs. Catherine M. (1872), April 10.

Slaughter. A. O. (1840). board of trade broker, at

San Antonio. Tex.. Jan. 22. Small. Archibald R. (1851), physician, June 21. Smith. Shea, business man, April 1. Smith. William L. (1862). railroad official, drowned

in Menasha lake. Arkansas, Feb. 22. Sontag, Frederick (1846), hotel manager, Dec. 17,

1906. Spangler, William, salesman. Feb. 11. Sproehnle, William (1833). postofflce employe and

civil-war veteran. May 25. Stanley. John M. (1853). agent, Sept. 23. Stark. M. E. (1851). railway conductor. Feb. 2. Staver, Henrv C. (1844). business man, Nov. 11. Stevens. Walter A. (1830). dentist. April 15. Stickney. Joseph L. (1848), journalist, at Dewey

Lake, Mich.. May 25. Stiles, George N. (1853). member Chicago board of

trade, at Kenosha. Wis., April 11. Stockton, Joseph (1833). general In civil war and

retired business man, March 17. Stone. Carl D. (1872). physician, July 18. Strain. James C. (1848). politician. May 5. Strong. George A. (1864), secretary. Oct. 30. Sweeney. John (1850), former alderman. July 1. Swern. William C. (1861), architect. June 21. Taft. Don Carlos (1827). geologist, April 1. Teall, Edward M. (1839). insurance underwriter,

Jan. 27. Tebbetts. Walter G. (1840). civil-war veteran,

March 29. Tennerry, Florence E., teacher, May 2, Thiel, Gustavus H. (1842), detective. July 24. Thrall, William A. (1835). railroad passenger agent,

Feb. 19. Thurn. JohnL. (1841). real-estate dealer, Feb. 23. Todd, William (1834). civil-war veteran. Aug. 14. Tolman, John A. (1838). wholesale grocer, at Lake

Geneva, Wis., July 18. Tousley, M. G. (1832). editor, April 26. Tucker, William S. S. (1839). merchant. Sept. 4. Tuller, William M.. physician, at Carlsbad, N. M.,

May 1.

Urgos, Francesco (1832), soldier, Sept. 12.

Van Arsdale. W. W. (1845). church worker, Oct. 30.

Vierllng, Frank C. (1851). former alderman, Feb. 3.

Vocke, William (1839), lawyer. May 13.

Wall in, Thomas S., leather merchant, at Phoenix,

Ariz., May 13. Waterbury, Daniel V. (1825), retired business man.

Sept 25. Webb. Henry E. (1857). salesman, Aug. 19. Welgley. Frank S. (1854), lawyer, at Tama, Iowa.

April 18. Weiner, Albert (1834). musician, March 7. Weir. John M., Sr., (1845). golf expert. March 7. White. Andrew B. (1844), in railway mail service.

in Austin, 111.. March 4. Whitehead, Elisha P. (1846), capitalist, Dec. 20,

1906. Whitfield, Samuel A. (1834). manufacturer. May 25. Wiles, Robert Hall (1850), patent expert. March 29. Will, Charles J. C. (1831). business man, April 25. Will. Kate (1842), writer. Aug. 16. Willett. James R., architect. May 10. Williams, George B., jeweler, April 2. Williams. Jennie A. (1873). writer, March 8. Wilson, Frederick R. (1824), real-estate dealer.

Jan. 9. Wolfsolin, Carl (1834), pianist, at West End, N. J.,

July 30. Wood, John H. (1836), live-stock dealer, Dec. 19,

1906. Wool. William (1840). business man. May 20. Wright. Perry L. (1859). business manager, June 22. Wyman, Edward F. (1850). business man, in New

York. N. Y., Nov. 2. Young, Caryl (1837), business man. March 22. Young, George W. (1843), railway postal service

chief, Jan. 20. Young, James N. (1847), contractor, in San Diego,

Cal., March 22.

Ziemsen, Paul (1840). grocer, Feb. 20.
Zollinan, Gustav (1817), preacher. Jan. 2.

GENERAL NATIONAL ASSOCIATIONS.

American Association of Law Libraries—President. A. J. Small, Des Moines, Iowa; vice-president, Andrew H. Met tee. Baltimore, Md.; secretary, Franklin O. Poole, 42 W. 44th street. Now York city.

American Bankers' Association—President, J. D. Powers. Louisville, Ky.; secretary, F. E. Farnsworth. Detroit. Mich.

American Hospital Association—President. Dr. S. S. Goldwater. New York, N. Y.; secretary. W. L. Babeock. Detroit. Mich.

American Newspaper Publishers' AssociationPresident. Herman Ridder, New York. N. Y.; secretary, Elbert H. Baker, Plain Dealer, Cleveland. O.

American National Red Cross Society—President, William H. Taft. Washington. D. C.

American Press Humorists—President. Frank T. Seabright, Los Angeles. Cal.; secretary-treasurer, Jud L. Lewis, Houston. Tex.

General Federation of Women's Clubs—President. Mrs. Sarah Piatt Decker. Denver, Col.; recording secretary. Mrs. Mary R. K. Sherman. Chicago.

Indian Rights Association—Corresponding secretary, Herbert Welsh. 708-709 Provident building. Philadelphia, Pa.

International Juvenile Court Society—President, Judge Ben B. Lindsey, Denver. Col.; secretary, Edward W. Frost, Milwaukee. Wis.

International Reform Bureau—206 Pennsylvania avenue, Washington, D. C: president. Col. Weston

Flint; superintendent and treasurer. Dr. Wilbur F. Crafts: devoted . to suppression of Intemperance, impurity, sabbath breaking, gambling aud kindred evils.

League of American Municipalities—President, J. Barry Mahool, mayor of Baltimore, Md.; secretary-treasurer, John MacVickar, Dea Moines, Iowa.

National Association of Amateur PhotographersPresident, Nick Bruehl, Sherwood. Wis.; secretary, Harry Noerteman. St. Louis. Mo.

National Civic Federation—President, Nicholas Murray Butler. New York. N. Y.; permanent secretary. James B. Reynolds, New York. N. Y.

National Conference of Charities and CorrectionsPresident, Thomas M. Mulry, New York. N. Y.; secretary. Alexander Johnson. Indianapolis, Ind.

National Prison Association—President. Rev. John L. Milligan, Allegheny. Pa.; secretary, Amos W. Butler. Indianapolis. Ind.

National Woman's Suffrage Association—President, Anna Howard Shaw. Swarthmore, Pa.: corresponding secretary, Kate M. Gordon, New Orleans, La.

National Woman's Christian Temperance T'nlon— President. Mrs. Lillian M. N. Stevens. Portland. Me.; corresponding secretary, Mrs. Susanna M. D. Fry. Evanston. 111.

Playground Association of America—President, Dr. Luther Gnlick. New York, N. Y.; secretary, Henry S. Curtis. Washington. D. C.

JAMESTOWN EXPOSITION.

A world's fair to celebrate the tercentennial of the founding of Jamestown, Va.. was held in that city from April 26 to Nov. 30, 1907. While a success in some respects, it was a failure financially, the attendance falling far below the expected figure. Its most striking feature was the presence In Hampton roads of warships representing all the leading powers of the world. The president

of the exposition was Harry St. George Tucker and the director-ireneral Alvah H. Martin.

World's fairs have been held since 1876 as follows:

1876-Phlladelphla. Pa I 1904— St. Louis. Mo. 1878—Paris, France. 1905—Portland. Ore.

1889—Paris. France. f 1907—Dublin. Ireland.

1893—Chicago, III. 1907—Jamestown, Va

1900—Paris. France. I

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DIXON. Joseph M.—Born at Snow Camp, N. C . ~~ July 31. 1867; graduate: from Guilford collect. North Carolina, in 1889: admitted to bar In 1S92: prosecuting attorney oi Missoula county, Montana. 1894-1897; member of legislature in 1900; elected to 58th congress and re-elected to 59th congress as representative at large; is republican; elected United States senator In 1907 to succeed William A.

Clark; residence, Missoula. Mont.

DOLLIYER—Jonathan Prentiss—Born near Kingwood, W, Va., Feb. 6. 1858; graduated in 1875 from West Virginia university; admitted to the bar in 1878; republican in politics; elected to 51st congress from the 10th Iowa district and reelected to 52d. 53d. 54th, 55th and 56th congresses; appointed United States senator to fill vacancy in 1900; elected to same office in 1902 and reelected in 1907; chairman uuunittee on education and labor.

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-Born in Philadelphia. Pa., -J>1 May 24, 1852; educated at ffl Georgetown (D. C.) college; editor Freeman's Journal; professor of English literature in University of Notre Dame and later of same branch || in the Catholic university at Washington. D. 0.: author of numerous |i essays, lectures, poems §! and stories; made minister plenipotentiary of l{ the United States to W- Denmark in 1907 to sucThomas J. O'Brien, transferred to Japan.

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t Jackson—Born Feb. 7, 1851, near Akron, N. Y.; graduated from Lawrence university, Wisconsin, in 1874; admitted to the bar and removed to Yankton. S. D., in 1875, where be still resides; elected to state senate in 1885; member of tiie 54th and 55th congresses; elected as a republican to the United States Benate in 1901 to succeed R, F. Pettigrew and reelected in January, 1907, for the term ending in 1913.

GQETHALS, George W.-Born in Brooklyn, N. Y.. June 29, 1858; graduated from West Point, 1884. ami later from engineer school at WiUet's Point. N. Y.; engaged in engi'

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neering work for war de

partment at various i| places; constructed Col |! vert canals in Tennessee

river; chief engineer of

1st army corps, 1898;

appointed chief engineer I of Panama canal in

March, 1907. to succeed ! John F. Stevens, who Copyright. 19117. ciinediiut.WftBhington resigned the post.

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Page—Rorn in Webster county,

"I Mississippi. Dec. 10,1870;

I educated in local school

at Walthall, Miss., and

Cumberland university,

Lebanon, Tenn.; became

a lawyer and lecturer;

elected a member of the

Oklahoma council in

1902; nominated for the

I'nited States senate at

democratic primaries in

Oklahoma June 8, 1907..

and appointed by the

iilj governor after the in

Hl auguration of the new

16th of November.

-Born in Philadelphia, Pa., Dec. 30, 1867; educated in common schools and studied abroad for two years; went to Colorado in 1889 and engaged in mining and smelting; republican in politics; declined nomination for governor of Colorado in 1898; republican presidential elector In 1904; elected United States senator in January, 1907. to succeed Thomas M.

■' Patterson, Bom., the

slature being republican.

ON, Joseph F.—Born in Lincoln count v. North Carolina, in 1843;

I served in the confederate armv as a private from 1S61 to 1865 and was wounded four times; practiced law at Selnia, Ala., from 1SG6 to 1KS4, when lie made his home in Birmingham; president Alabama National bank, 1884-1894; governor

j of Alabama. 1896-1900;

I elected United States

; senator in 1907 to succeed E. W. Pettus, deceased.

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DSON. Harry Pratt—Born at Jamestown, N. Y.. Dec. 20. 1849; educated at Williams college; teacher in Troy, N. Y., 1870-1885; professor ol history in University oi Minnesota, 1885-1892; professor of political science and dean of faculties of arts, literature and science in University of Chicago. 1892-1907; elected president oi same Institution, Feb. 20, 1907. to succeed William R. Harper, the first lied in 1906.

MULKEY. Fred W.—Born in Oregon Jan. 6, 1874; educated in the University of Oregon and the law school of the College of the City of New York; practiced law in Portland, Ore.; chairman of the board of state tax commissioners; republican in politics; Indorsed by vote of people for United States senator and elected by the legisla ture of the state in 1907 to succeed John M. Gearin, Dem.;

his term will expire in 1913.

NELSON. _Knute—Born in Norway Feb. 2, 1843; came to America, 1849; lived In Illinois. Wisconsin and Minnesota; soldier in civil war; member of Wisconsin assembly, 1868, 1S69; state senator in Minnesota, 1875, 1876. 1877, 1878; member of 48th, 49th and 50th congresses; j governor of Minnesota, j 1892, 1894; elected United States senator as republican In 1895, 1901 and 1907; term expires in

1913; residence. Alexandria, Minn.

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