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Notable Men of Washington 




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(jyrOTABLK MKX OF WASlllNO- 
IAJ TON" is issued as a J)(K>k of utility 
ill the nowspaiKT ottiro. 

fl Pulilislici's at the present time atta<'li 
ail iiiereasiiij; inipertaiire to illustrations. 
In fact, in many of the luorleni ue\vsj)ai)ei's, 
illustrations arc eonsirlered as e(|ual in im- 
portance to news. 

fl Xe\vs])a]»ers exhaust every resource to 
secure ]>liotot;raplis of persons for rej)ro- 
<luction with current news and they are 
often compelled to make- illustrations from 
old style ruts aii<l ol)s:»lete drawinj^s. 

^ ()wiii«!^ to the wonderful a<lvan<'ement of 
the State of Washiutrton in all lines of bus- 
iness and to the rapid strides toward 
national fame of its foremost citizens, it 
seems almost a necessity to imhlish a book 
which shall contain ])(U-traits and brief bio- 
graphical skctclies of the most ])romineni 
men in this State. 

fl Deteiiniued effort has been made to se 
cure the most recent ])hotogra]dis and re- 
]n-oduetion has been made carefully in order 
that a second halftone may be taken from 
the ])ortrait published herein. Extreme 
care has been exercised to jniblish only es- 
sential biosra])liical data and this has been 
secured from the sul)jects themsehTS. This 
book has been designed to be an iimuediate 
aid to the newspaper artist and biographer. 





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PEBKINS, SIDNEY AIiBEBT — Born In iJo^t^ju. .Mass. ( anif lo .--late oi 
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SETMOUB, WH.I.IAM WOLCOTT — Born in St. Albans, Franklir. Co-^r.;v, \"t. Educated at Williams 
Colltge, also attended University of Berlin and Grottingen, Germany. Came West to Tacoma in 
1889 and went into business of investment banlter; office at 401 Provident building. Belongs to 
Country Club, Commercial Club, Union Club, University Club, Tennis Club, all in Tacoma: Alpha 
Delta Phi and Campfire Club in Xew York City. "I regret to be obliged to admit that the better 
half of this family is Mrs. Seymour, and in this everyone agrees who knows us both." Electea 
mayor of City of Tacoma in April, 1911, on recall ticket. 



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PAULHAMUS, W. H. — Born at Altoona, Blair 
County, Pa.. March 4, 1865. Educated in city 
schools. Came to Sumner. Wash., in 1890 and 
followed farming. Member of Grange. State 
senato" from Pierce county. 




WARBUBTON, HON STANTON— Born Sullivan 

County, Peunsylyania, April 13, 1865. Arriyed 
Washington August, 1888. Lawyer. State Sen- 
ator Washington 1897 to 1905. Congressman 
from the Third District. Member Country, 
Commercial and Union Clubs. 




METCALr, BAI^FH — Born at Providence, R. I., 
1861. Educated in common school, Brown Uni- 
versity and University of Michigan. Came to 
Tacoma in winter of 1889. Half owner in Ta- 
coma Morning Globe, November, 1889. Entered 
shingle manufacturing business in 1894. Pres- 
ent occupation same; business address, Post- 
office Box 1535. Member Commercial, Union, 
Country, University, Knights Templar, and 
Shriner of Masonic order. 




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AIiI^EN, PLINY LEi— I .1 i \ .i <,i 

Witt., jii i-oio. -T-uLicaLeu ui me vjiariiinai' auo 
High Schools of Law^rence, Kas., and came tu 
Seattle witli his parents in 1889. Engaged in 
printing- and publishing business in 1896 and 
has made distinct success in his chosen occu- 
pation. Took an early interest in politics and 
was elected to State Senate in 1906 and re- 
elected in J.910. Served as Chairman of Legis- 
lative Investigating Committee appointed at 
1909 session and made a report of all state 
offices and institutions. Member of Seattle .Ath- 
letic Club. Commercial Club, Chamber of Com- 
merce and life member of Arctic Club. Promi- 
nent in fraternal life, being member of K. of P., 
Odd Fellows, Royal Arcanum and A. O. U. W, 
Married in 1895 to Sare W. Oltman, who, after 
an illness of a year, died October 18, 1911, Has 
two sons aged eleven and fifteen. 




STOCKING. FRANK LEWIS — l!<>rii 
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sun of Siimiiel J. iiml Miiry 1^. Stc 
nion scliool; Kradiiatc i>f Kiistiiui 
ColleKf. March. IST5. Clt-ik In 
Fla.. postofflce from I i<T«-nil»-r. I» 
1S7S. Assistant Postmaster. Tac 
Juno 1, 1S91: Assistant I'Irectur 
J'osts for Plilllppines. Jiiiy. ls;iy; 
Manila. P. I.. Jill.v. 1!»00. to Janiiai 
sislant PostinastiT Tai-oma. Wash.. 
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McMXja&AY. JOHN I.. — f-'iu W 

<Mi|.> III IS'.:' Soil i.r .l.im.s W. an. I .l.in.- .Mi- 
Murray. Karlv eilui-.irlon i-onimon schools of 
Ohio. Stiiilleil law In New York from \»H6 to 
ISSS. Attended Ohio State Iniversitv at Co- 
lumbU'«. Ohio. Gni.Iiiat.d Phillips Kxeter 
Academy at Kxeter. \i-w Hanipsiilri-. Prosecut- 
Inu Attorney Pierce County. WashinKlon. Court 
House. Taroma, Wa.'"!!. Memlier Tai-oma IxxlKe 
No .:. F. & A. M.: 3L>(1 degree Scdtilsli Hlte. 
A ■. KIks. Improved Order Red Men, 

Ki Pythias. Tacomn Chnmher of Com- 

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WEEKS, BENJA2IXN J.— Born at Exeter, Nev/ 
Hamp.sliiro, October 2ii. 1S56. Common school 
education. Came West to Tacoma in 1900. 
Manager of Street Railway Companv of Ta- 
coma for two years; manager Graves" Railway 
System of Spokane three years. Manager Pa- 
cific Traction Company of Tacoma for two 
year."?. Real estate and insurance business 
until elected City Commissioner of Light and 
Water in 1911. Present address. Citv Hall, Ta- 
coma. Wash. Member of Commercial Cl'ab 
and Elks' Club. 




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IiONGMZBE, SOBEBT — Born in Thurston County 
on l.SU'i-acre farm, known as the Longmire 
Donation Claim. James Longmire, his father, 
was a pioneer of this country and founder of 
the now famous Longmire Springs. Raised on 
the farm. Served as a guard at the U. S. peni- 
tentiary, being promoted from guard to jailer, 
then from jailer to deputj' warden. 'U'as one 
of the first to arrive in the noted Klondike 
country, where he suffered many hardships. 
After returning from Klondike, was appointed 
bailiff in the U. S. Court, where he worked up 
to the time of being elected SherifE of Pierce 
County. 




CABMAN, JOSEPH LINCOLN — Born at Carman, 

111., November 5, 1S61. Came to Tacoma in 
January, 1890. Organized Pacific Lounge & 
Mattress Company in 1890; changed to Carman 
Manufacturing Company in 1900. Present busi- 
ness address. East H and Twenty-fifth streets, 
Tacoma, Wash. Member Union Club, Commer- 
cial Club, Country and Golf Club, Elks and 
Shriners. 




McDONAIiD, KICHABD D. — Born '>i I i' n I'luv- 
ince of Ontario, Canada. Comrn'Mj -. I mil < ilu- 
cation. Moved with family to Independence, 
la., at the age of 16. Came to Tacoma in 1889, 
and went into business of shoe merchant at 
1301 Pacific avenue. Senior member of Mc- 
Donald Shoe Company, established twenty-two 
years. Vice-president SliuU-Day Company, 
manufacturers and jobbers men's overalls and 
gents' furnishings. Former president Chamber 
of Commerce, and the first president Tacoma 
Carnival of Nations. Member Tacoma Com- 
mercial Club. 




CI.SOI«, O. E. L„... I.. U^^J!„, W .». i-Juuat^d H! 

common schools and High School of Willmar, 
Minn. Came West to Tacoma in 1883. Served 
as apprentice and journeyinan plumber until 
1891. Started in plumbing and heating busi- 
ness in 1891. Business address, 1130 Commerce 
street. Served in City Council as Councilman 
from 1902 to 1904. acting as chairman of light 
and water committee for one year. Member of 
Commercial Club, Rotary Club and Elks' Club. 




KE„BY, JR. — Born Lancashire, Eng- 
Arrived in Washington in 1889. 



land, 1840, 

Treasurer St. Paul & Tacoma Lumber Company, 
president Wilkeson Coal & Coke Company, ex- 
president First National and Everett National 
Banks, Everett, Wash. Member of Commercial, 
Union and Country Clubs. 



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DEGE, JAMES HENBT — B.iiii in Pliiladelpliia. Pa.. 
I'ege. Brought up and t-ducated in public and ni 
tliere during liis infancy. Entered business care 
At the age of 16 was promoted to department m 
home for Tacoma, arriving here September 30, IS 
Dege & Milner, clothiers, Tacoma. Wash., the la 
west. He is one of the best known men in the S 
of Company "E." First Regiment National Guard 
ber Commercial Club and Chamber of Commerce, 
mandery. Knights Templar: Afifi Temple. Mystic 
Mason, Lebanon Lodge F. & A. M.; Tacoma Lodg 



•Jul;.- J.. 1^'jv: ;;un of John Henry and Laura .\lice 
ght schools, Atlanta, Ga.. his parents having moved 
er as cash boy in a department store in Atlanta, 
anager, same store. At the age of 20 left Southern 
88. Beginning at the bottom, today Is president of 
rgest institution of its kind in the Pacific North- 
tate. August 10, 1S9S, was commissioned Captain 
of Washington, by Governor John R. Rogers. Mem- 
Rotary Club, Counti-y and Golf Club, Ivanhoe Com- 
Shrine, Tacoma Consistory No. 3; 32nd Degree 
e No. 174, B. P. O. E. 



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EASTEBDAY CHARI.E^3 1VIII.TON — I i.rn \ako- 
mis, II ., _._ _,_ ., I> , .'_] iL Mj_ Un V. 
and Margaret J. Easterday. Educated at 
Carthage (Jollege. State Universities of Ne- 
braska and Iowa. Began practice of law in 
Nebraslia in 1S79. Located in Tacoma, Wash, 
in March, 18S4. State Senator from 1891 to 
1S97; Regent State University 1S9T-1901. Judge 
Superior Court since 190S. 




BI.ATTNEB, FRANK S. — Born Tecember 4, 
1&66, in Waterloo, Ind. Came to Tacoma in 
September, 1S90. 




CHAFIvlAN, "W. O. — Born at Mount Union, Ohio, in 
1859; son of Prof. I. O. Chapman of Mount 
Union College. Attended Mount Union College, 
taking degree of A. B. in 18.6. Studied law four 
years following with Judge K. J. Caldwell in 
Cleveland, Ohio. Admitted to the bar in ISSO. 
Came to Territory of Washington in 1S81, re- 
siding at Port Townsend. Deputy Collector of 
Customs several years, and later, leaving that 
office, practiced law at Port Townsend a short 
time. Came to Tacoma in 188.5 and engaged in 
practice of law. An attorney for Northerri Pa- 
cific Railway Company from 1885 to 1896. 
Engaged in general practice of law until 1900, 
when nominated and elected as one of the 
.ludges of the Superior Court. Was re-elected 
to this position in 1904 and again in 1908. Is 
serving third term. 




Ci;iFFOKI>, MII;ES L. — Born Rush County, In- 
diana, in the country. Educated Butler Uni- 
versity, Indianapolis, Ind. In the spring of 
ISST came to Tacoma. Judge of Superior Court, 
Pierce County, M^ashington, Room 2, Superior 
Court. , Father, John; mother, Nancy Clifford. 
U. S. Commissioner from time of admission of 
State to time went on Superior Bench. Mem- 
ber School Board for about eleven years. On 
Superior Bench about five years. 



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FTTBTH, JACOB — Born in Schwihan. Austria. Public sciiool education. Came to Nevada City, Cal.. 
in 185S. Entered business as banker in Seattle, Wash. Member of Rainier Club, Seattle and Golf 
and Country Club. 



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Z.AFFIN. BICHA&D T. — lirnti at liaixock. Me.. In 1863. R<]ucat<-<l in State of Mnino. Came West to 
Seiittle Juni- 1. r.tiiii. I>l.strirl niiinuKer Stone & Welister ManaKinirnt Association, Puget Sonml <lis- 
trit't. Iit'imrlment ami division supe rlntcndent Boston Klevated Kallway. Boston, Jiin«>, 1SS4 to 19IIC; 
Woice>JtiT I'onsoliilateil Railway Company as gom-ral niaiiaKer from ISOO to 1H(U; Manila Klcctric 
Railway & I..lKlit Company as vice-president and Kenerai manager in iliarBe of construction and 
operation from 1904 to 19U8: si.\ montlis prior to coming to Seattle. Paru Klectric Railway & I..ig!it 
Company, Para, Brazil. Wlille there rearranged tlie operation of the property for the purpose of 
placing It on a paying basis. The Puget Sound district comprises the Seattle Klectric Comjiany, 
Pacifii- Coast Power Company, Puget Sound Electric Railway, Tacoma Railway & Power Company, 
Pacific Traction Company. Wliatcom County Railway & Light Company. Bellingham & Skagit Rail- 
way Company. Puget Sound International Railway Company. Seattle-Everett Traction Company. 
Busines."5 address, 204 Pioneer building. Seattle. Wash. Member of Rainier. Arctic, Seattle Golf and 
Country Club, of .Seattle, also of L'nion Club, Tacoma. and Cougar t"lul>. Bellingham. Wash. 



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PBEY, EDWABS A. — Born in Lima, Ohio, Janu- 
ary 22, 1888; oldest of six children; son of 
Jacob and Nannie Frey, both from Germany. 
Educated in grammar schools. At age of 14 
started to learn machinist's trade in railroad 
shop. Took course in mechanical engineering 
at Ohio Northern University in fall of 1903. 
During vacations worked as machinist, until 
spring of 1906; accepted position as head 
draughtsman of mechanical department of one 
of tlie railroad divisions of New York Central 
lines until October, 1907, when he came West 
to Southern California for a short time, coming 
to Washington in April, 1908, taking a position 
in the Tacoma city engineering department for 
a few months. In March, 1909, he took a posi- 
tion In the County Engineer's office and since 
then has been Chief Deputy County Engineer. 
Has been asked to run in next election as 
County Engineer to succeed J. E. Noel. Mem- 
ber Young Men's Republican Club. 



SCHEEL, HANS FETEB — Born July 16, 1866, ac 
Flensburg, Schlerwig-Holstein, Germany. Edu- 
cated in country school near Flensburg. Came 
with parents to Mason City, la., in 1882. Worked 
as stone cutter until 1889, married and 
came West to Tacoma, Wash.; started in cut- 
stone business under firm name of Simpson & 
Sclieel; in 1896 engaged in stone business at 
Spokane. In 1903 went into stone quarry busi- 
ness at Tenino, Wash.; acted as Secretary and 
Treasurer for the Spokane-Tenino business, 
with main offices at Spokane, until 1906. Then 
went with his family to Tacoma; now devoting 
entire time to the Hercules Sandstone Company 
quarries at Tenino, Wash., which are repre- 
sented in all the larger cities in Washington, 
Oregon, Idaho and California. Resident ad- 
dress 103 East Road, Prospect Hill, Tacoma. 
Wash. Member of Commercial Club, Country 
Club and German Club. 





BUMOTENS, GEOBG-E H. — Born March 16, 1878, 
Klickitat County, Wash.; son of William R. and 
Barbara R. Rummens. Prosecuting Attorney 
Asotin County 1903 to 1907. Deputy Prosecut- 
ing Attorney King County 1911. Admitted to 
bar in Washington May 13, 1899. Address, 1308 
Alaska building, Seattle, Wash. Member of 
Arctic Club, B. P. O. E. No. 92, and Seattle 
Press Club. 



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CABB, CAZ.'VTN J. — Born February 8, 1879, in 
Tacoma; son of Howard Carr, first settler. Edu- 
cated in Tacoma public schools, Tacoma High 
school and Tacoma Business College. For 
eight years in Treasurer's office. Member all 
Masonic bodies. Past Master Evergreen No. 51, 
F. & A. M.; Tacoma Chapter No. 4, R. A. M.; 
Ivanhoe Commandery No. 4, Knights Templar; 
Afifi Temple Shriner, 32nd degree Scottish Rite 
Mason, National Union, Royal Arcanum, 
M. W. A., Red Men, Chinook Tribe No. 10, and 




SICSA&OSON, CHABIiES — Born at Bainbridge, Georgia. Kducated at Vanderbilt University. Ar- 
ri\ed in Tacoma September, 1S92. Lawyer. Now President of the Pacific Cold Storage Company. 
Business address. Pacific Cold Storage Company, N. P. Wharf, Tacoma, Wash. Member of Coun- 
try Club and Union Club. 



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CONSIBINE, JOHN W. — 'I' eatiical magnate, or- 
iginator of "Made in Waslilngton" slogan and 
carried out to tlie letter in the building of the 
Einpress Theater, Taooma, Wash. Mr. Consi- 
dine is interested in all out-door sports, is 
President of several clubs, and a fancier of 
horses and dogs. 



WITHERS, GUV — Born Mason City, 111., in 1873. 
Common school education. Aetna Life Insur- 
ance at St. Louis for three years; Illinois Life 
Insurance, in charge Kansas City office, six 
years. Came to Tacoma in January, 1910. 
Second vice-president and manager of the 
Agency Department First National Life. Busi- 
ness address, 331 Perkins building. Prominent 
in Christian Endeavor movement in the Central 
West. 




BRAEOEB, OTTO — Born in Oshkosh, Wis., in 
1873. Educated in common school. Settled in 
Portland, Oregon, in 189P. Foreman of sash 
and door factory for five years. Worked in 
Seattle. Started in business i.i Olympia sev- 
eral years ago Appointed Chief of Police of 
Olympia in 1905 and served efficiently for one 
year. In 1910 was elected to the council from 
the Second Ward by a large majority. 




I^AUBZ:, FRANK J. — Boi r in ><i|ii,>iii ]>.:il <>i 
wisconsm, near Janesville; son of Charles and 
Marguerite Laube of Bellingham, Wash. Grad- 
uated from the University of Wisconsin 1899; 
was instructor in history at the Tacoma High 
school for three years before taking up the 
practice of law. Married Gertrude McNair of 
Brodhead, Wis., June, 1901; daughter 5 years 
old. Came to Tacoma in June, 1904; now 
lawyer in Provident building, Tacoma, Wash. 
Member of the Washington State Legislature, 
elected 1910. Member Free Masons and K. of P. 



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SETTSIIm-Y, WEBSTER GUY— Born In Creston, 
Union County, la. Educated Creston Higli 
school; B. S. Knox College 1901; LL. B. Stan- 
ford University 1905. Secretary-treasurer Poin- 
dexter Senatorial Club of Pierce County, secre- 
tary Pierce County Republican Central Com- 
mittee, secretary Committee Second Congres- 
sional District. Lawyer; firm, Dunkleberger & 
Heinly; suite 1002 Fidelity building, Tacoma, 
Wash. Member Masons, Odd Fellows, Phi Delta 
Phi and Plii Delta Theta fraternities, and Com- 
mercial Club. 




CIiAYFOOZ., CHABIiES ETHEIiBEBT — Born at 
Crown Point, Lake County, Ind., 7th of Decem- 
ber, 1861. Educated in public schools of La 
Fayette, Indiana, and Central Normal College, 
Danville, Indiana. Came West to Tacoma, 
Washington, in summer of 1S87, Attorney and 
Counsellor at Lav/. Present business address, 
Funk-VollanO Building, Olympia, Washington. 
Admitted to bar at La Fayette. Indiana, 1885; 
to bar of Washington Territory at Tacoma, 
1888; to United States Circuit Courts and Court 
of Appeals, 1890; to Courts of District of 
Alaska, 1900; to Supreme Court of United 
States, 1905. Law partner of late Hon. -F. W. 
Cushma-.i in firm of Claypool & Cushman at 
Tacoma for twelve years; Assistant United 
States Attorney, 1897-1900; Commissioner 
Circle, Alaska, 1900-4; general practice, Fair- 
banks, Alaska, 1904-8. 




JOAB, AIiBEBT BMBRSON — Native of Ohio, 
educated in public schools of Terre Haute, Ind., 
graduating from High School there. Finished 
education at Phillips Exeter Academy and Yale 
University; Superintendent Schools, Colorado 
Springs, and Chair of Mathematics in University 
School of Chicago. Admitted to practice of 
law, and practiced in Denver and Chicago, later 
coming to Tacoma, where has practiced ever 
since. Member Masonic Order and Knights of 
Pythias, National Guard of Colorado, in service 
against the Ute Indians; member of National 
Ouard of Washington for twelve years, with 
title of Colonel. Has taken an active part in 
politics, always a Republican, often stumping 
city, county and state. 




TODD, B;UGH CZiIFFOBD — Born in Cheney, Spo- 
kane County, Wash. Educated in public schools 
of Spokane, High School of Davenport, Wash- 
ington State College at Pullman and graduate 
of Georgetown University, Law School of Wash- 
ington, D. <'C. Native of Washington state. 
Lawyer, with offices at 204-7 Collins Building, 
Seattle, Wash. Belongs to Seattle Commercial 
Club, Knights of Pythias, and other Fraternal 
Orders. Active in Washington politics for many 
years; County Clerk of Whitman County 1907-S. 
Represented Whitman County as Democrat in 
the session of the Legislature of 1909 and 1911. 
Expected to be candidate for Democratic nomi- 
nation for Governor 1912. Has done public 
speaking for several years in all parts of the 
state. 



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■"■^^^"^5' HUBBABD POSTZB— President Alaska-Pacific Steamship Company: office in Perkins 
buildmg. Belongrs to Country and Commercial Clubs, Chamber of Commerce, Elks, Rainier Club 
(Seattle), Transportation Club, and Merchants' Exchange, San Francisco; California Club, Los An- 
geles; Washington Commanderv, Loval Legion. 



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AI^I.-srN, FBANK, JR. — Born In Keokuk, Lee 
County, Iowa. Educated at St. Matthew's Hall, 
San Mateo, Cal., and Leland Stanford Unlver- 
sitj'. Admitted to the bar of Washington in 
1897. Practiced law sliort while and then went 
into surety bond business, later branching out 
into other insurance lines under firm name of 
Frank Allyn, Jr., & Co., then, in 1908, organized 
the corporation of Allyn-Hill Company, general 
insurance lines, particularly large lines in casu- 
alty and surety field. Now president of Casu- 
alty Underwriters' Association of Tacoma, a, 
particularly strong casualty organization of all 
Tacoma agencies, and president of Allyn-Hill 
Company. Member Tacoma Country and Golf 
Club, Sigma Nu Fraternity of Stanford Univer- 
sity. Present business address is 115 South 
Twelfth street, Tacoma, Wash. 




KING, EDWARD BEAUMONT — Born in Augusta, 
111., May 25, 1873; son of Charles Wesley and 
Sarah Catherine King. Graduated from Wayne 
High school, Nebraska, and Nebraska State 
Normal school. Undertaker; address, 730-32 
St. Helens avenue, Tacoma, Wash. Member 
Commercial Club and Chamber of Commerce, 
F. & A. M., Aflfi Temple, I. O. O. F., K. of P., 
I. O. R. M., M. W. A., A. O. U. W., National 
Union, P. O. S. of A. 




SHORT, GEORGE RANDOI.FH — Born April 9, 
1879, at Baltimore, Md. Educated in common 
school. Came to Tacoma, May. 1902. Ad- 
mitted to the bar of the State of Washington 
in May, 1909. Business address, 904-5-6-7-8, 
National Realty building. Members Elks, 
Arctic Club of Seattle, P. O. S. of A. 




POST, HERBERT E. — Born in Beardstown, 111. 
Came to Tacoma in March, 1904. Certified pub- 
lic accountant; office, Perkins building. For- 
merly associated with Stone & Webster, W. P. 
Hopping & Co., International Fisheries Com- 
pany. Spring of 1911 audited the books of the 
City of Tacoma. Member of University Club 
and Commercial Club. 



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B£ZiIi, T. J. — Bum Moiiiil rit'ii^iaiit. Durliuiii 
County. Province of Dntario, Ciinuila. KJucateO 
in pulilio SK-hools and CulleKiati- InHtitute. 
TaiiKht Mcliool ten years, fame to Tai-onia In 
J'ei-eniber, 1893. went into prliitlriK ami publlsh- 
fng liusiness. Now at 717 I'oninierie .street. Ta- 
coina, Wa.sli. Helong to t'onunerilal ("lul> & 
Clianilier of ("oninieree. Killtor and publisher of 
Taconia New lliraM anil senior member of tlie 
Hell Press, Piilillsliers. Was mei;ibiT of .>^tat«' 
I..eKislature 19iiU-1910. Prominent member of 
the Improved Order of Ked Men. also belonga 
to the Masonic Kraternlty, Foresters of Amer- 
ica. Fraternal Order of Katies, and L.oyaI Order 
of Moose. 



THACX£B, QVB !•. — liurii in .'^prlnKtlelil. Mu.. Ul- 
tober 17, 1883. son of James G. and S. A. 
Thacker. Kducated at I'nlverslty of Washing- 
ton I-aw Sohool, "06. Assistant ProsecutlnB 
Attorney of Lewis County, I!t07-l"jo9. Membei 
KIks, K. of P., \V. O. W., A. O. F. W. Rooms 
11 and 12. Foffman-Hobson Bank Buililln^, Che- 
halls. Wash. Admitted to bar May 2S, I'.inG. 





AXiXiEN, ETHAN — Born November 4, 1868; son of 
Ethan and Ann Rachel Musgrove Allen, Lex- 
ington, Mo. Came to Tacoma in 1S91. Print- 
ing contractor in Tacoma for 21 years. Mem- 
ber Commercial Club, life member B. P. O. E. 



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ZiAMBOSN, FBANK M. — Born December 8, 1864, 
in Lexington, Mo.; son of William W. and Addie 
Weaver Lamborn. Came to Tacoma in 1891. 
Joint manager Allen & Lamborn Printing Com- 
pany. One of fifteen freeholders who drafted 
the present Commission form of charter for 
Tacoma. Treasurer Tacoma Savings & Loan 
Association. Member all Masonic lodges, 
Shriner, treasurer of B. P. O. E., LK)dge No. 174; 
member Commercial Club. 




APPLEBY, STEPHEN CECIL MONTAGUE— Born July 20, 1869, at' Clarksburg, Ontario, Canada. 
i^dueated in public and private schools. Shattuck School, Faribault, Minn, College of Law, Uni- 
versity of Minnesota; degree LL. B. Went to St. Vincent. Minn., In 1881, St. Paul, 1888, Boston. 
Mass., 189i, and came to Tacoma in 1903. Farmer 1884 to 1887. Messenger to teller in Second 
National Bank, St. Paul, 1891 to ISg^.. With N. W. Harris & Companv Bond House, St. Paul. 1897. 
Clerk National German American Bank, St. Paul, 189S-1902. Assistant cashier Lumberman's Na- 
tional Bank, Tacoma, 1903. Cashier Pacific National Bank, Tacoma, 1907. Present business ad- 
dress. Pacific National Bank, Tacoma, Wash. 



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JUOSOH, EDWABD BIBDSETE— Born Ht Win- 

-sluw. Hi.. L)icfiiilj>r. ls:it'. SviM of ChirliS 0»ier- 
rteld Judiion suid i.'hk.e Kus:. C'aiiu- to Tacoma 
In 1889, organized and optTatfd Wa<-tilnKlun 
Burial IVtse «;o.. now \V|llam<-tt,- CaskK Com- 
pany, until January, 1>J03. Now lii tlip real 
estate business. Business address. KIdelltv 
bulldlnfr. .Married In 18S<J. has two sonsi. 
I'homas and Kdward. Alemtier of the Union 
Club. Country Club, Elks and Mason l.,o<:>re8, 
triistie Taconii Commercial Club and Chamber 
of Comnii-roe, National, Stale and local so- 
cieties Sons of American Kcvolutton. secretary 
nf the Stflte jaoeletv. 




DAVIS, JAMES H. — Born in Harrison Countv, In- 
diana, August 22, 1866. Educated at De Pauw 
Lniversity. Came West to Colorado in 1884, 
and to Tacoma March 10, 1889. County audi- 
tor January. 1901, to January, 1905. Member 
of State Board of Control 1905 to 1909. Mem- 
ber of twelfth Legislature session from Thirty- 
seventh Representative District of Washington 
and chairman Committee on Appropriations. In 
real estate, insurance and loan business. Pres- 
ent business address, 320-21 California build- 
ing. Member of Tacoma Commercial Club. 




BICHEEI.T, JAUES — IU>rn at Carleton Place, On- 
tario, Junu -1, IstJl. Kducuted in common 
schools and the niidiilKht oil. He came to New 
York when 12 y.nr.s old. to Wisconsin when 11, 
and In r<u.kl.-v. W.ish . In 1888, where he stili 
rt si.hs i:iii.i.-.l l.ii-in.-.is as lumberman, and 
''•• i- s. ■ i.t.u \ -ti.- ,>ui.-r of tho Valley Mill 
'"onipaiiN nf Kill kliy. Wash., and director in the 
l>ffiuncu LuinlitT Company of Tacoma, Wash. 
Hi- was I'hairniun of the Committee on Koads 
antl BridKus during the last session of the l>e,?- 
islature and Is an enthusiast for good road.s, 
and was an acknowlodKed leader of the House. 
Ho is now a candidate for Conpress from the 
Second Congressional District. Member of the 
Tacomu Commercial Club and the Country and 
«!.'!f Cliih 




LITTLE, THOMAS W.— l;nM. m i.a\vrtn._.ruui:< 
Ind. Educated at Wabash College, Crawfords- 
ville, Ind. Came to Tacoma and entered auto- 
mobile business; present address, 422-24-26 St. 
Helens avenue. Member Commercial Club, Elks, 
Odd Fellows and M. W. A. 



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SCHWINIT, HENRY JOSEPH— Born in Rome, 
New York, and educated in common sclioolb. 
Came West to Denver in 1878, moved to Port- 
land in 1884. In real estate and insurance and 
loan business in Tacoma, to which place moved 
from Portland in 1887. Business address is 
Tacoma Building. Belongs to Commercial Club 
& Chamber of Commerce, President Lakeside 
Country Club, and President of Buena Rod and 
Gun Club. Followed prospecting in early days 
in Colorado, railroading in Portland and Ta- 
coma; went into grocery business in 1894 in 
Tacoma; mercantile business. Clear Lake, Wash., 
in 1898. In February, 1895, opened present 
business in Bernice Building. Present business 
address, 315-16-17 Bankers Trust Building. 




HOI.ST, CHRISTOPHER J. — Born at Bloomer, 
Wis., Chippewa County, in 1878. Educated in 
public schools at Bloomer. Located in Whit- 
man County, Wash., in 1901; engaged in farming 
and grain business. Appointed postmaster at 
La Crosse, Wash., in 1907, and held .position 
until June 1, 19'JO, when he resigned to -accept 
position of State Grain Inspector. Member of 
B. P. O. E., I. O. O. F. and Scandinavian Brother- 
hood of America. Address 302-304-3-05 Savage- 
Scofield Building, Tacoma, Wash. 




DICKSON, GEORGE E. — Born at Richmond, Can- 
ada, October 27, 1861. Educated at St. Francis 
College, Richmond, province of Quebec. Came 
West to EUensburg, Wash. Formerly in general 
merchandise business; several years in the in- 
vestment, loan, insurance and real estate busi- 
ness. Prominent in business and politics of 
the State of Washington. Served for many 
years as chairman and secretary of the Kittitas 
County Republican Central Committee and also 
as a member of the Republican State Central 
Committee. Was elected State Representative 
for the Nineteenth District (Kittitas County) 
and served in the 1903, 1905, 1907 and 1911 ses- 
sions. Served as president of the Alaska- 
Yukon-Paciflc Exposition Commission of the 
State of Washington during the A.-Y.-P. Expo 
sition held at Seattle in 1909. Present business 
address, EUensburg, Wash. Member of Arctic 
Club, Seattle nnd Fllon«'->-iT-a- '^omm'^rfiTl Club. 




KENNE;D'Sr, H. E. — Born at Teaswater, Ontario. 
December 31, 1873; son of John E. and Ellen 
Kennedy. Came to Seattle, August, 1889. Pro- 
prietor of Hotel Kennedy. Clerk of appropria- 
tion committee Senate, 1909 session. Repre- 
sentative from Forty-fourth District, King 
County, session 1911. Member of Masons, 
W. O. W., Press Club, Seattle; Seattle Athletic 
Club, Commercial Club. Secretary Washington 
State Hotel Association, secretary Seattle Hotel 
Men's Association. Married; two sons. 



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SCHZVEIiY, J. H. — Born September 2S. IS.'.S, Pliila tl'lpliia, Pa. Common school education. At age o: 
21 years taught school and operated printing plant under Bishop William Taylor in .Santiago. Chile. 
Returned to United States in his 23rd year: four years at Dickinson College, Pa.; .graduated in 188fi 
with B. of A. degree. Subsequently given M. of A. degree. In 1890 returned to Seattle from India; 
1891 edited Anacortes American; 1892 editor Bel lingham Bay E.xpress; 1S94 elected to Legislature 
from Bellingham Bay, served 1895 session: 1898 elected Secretary Seattle Chamber of Commerce; 
1901 appointed Deputy Insurance Commissionei ; 190S elected Insurance Commissioner for a term of 
four years. 

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FKATT, I.OUIS VT. — Born August 14. 1862, at 
Fredonia, Chautauqua County, New York. At- 
tended Albany public and High schools; Wil- 
liams College (A. B. 1883); Albany Law School 
(LL. B. 1885). Admitted to New York bar in 
1885. President Albany Evening Union until 
sold to Times-Union in 1891. President Albany 
■Land Improvement & Building Company and 
developed "Pine Hills," the West End residence 
section of Albany, N. Y. Came to Tacoma In 
1900. Editorial writer Ledger and News 1900 
to 190.5. Secretary Tacoma Chamber of Com- 
merce 1905 to 1908. President National Realty 
Company 1907 to date. Married Geraldine 
Schuj'ler of Albany in 1885. Has two daughters 
and one son living and lost a daughter, Helen, 
in 1904. Son now a student at Williams College 
(class of 1913). Resides at 415 North Sixth 
street, Tacoma, Wash. 



Mckenzie, E. r. — County Clerk of Pierce 
County, Wash., and President of County Clerks' 
Association of the State of Washington. Was 
born and educated in the State of Indiana. 
Came to Tacoma with family in 1888, where he 
has since lived, being engaged the most part in 
the business of contracting and building. Mem- 
ber of the Commercial Club and a great many 
other organizations in the city, and lias always 
taken an active part in public and political 
affairs. Has always advocated and worked for 
enforcement of law and order, and believes that 
a public official should serve the people with 
an eye single to their best interests, the 
requisite of which is honesty, efficiency and 
economy, all of which has been his practice 
through life, thus gaining for him the confidence 
and esteem of those who know him best. 




FEBKY, B. C. — Born at Fort Collins, Larimer 
County, Colorado. Educated in public and High 
schools of Denver, Colo. Came to Seattle in 
1900. General agent Canadian Pacific Railway 
lands; secretary and treasurer Perky Invest- 
ment Company; offices, 108 Cherry street. 
Spent three years in Philippines as quarter- 
master agent commanding Government trans- 
ports. Returned to Seattle, September, 1904. 
Uncle, Henry D. Perky, invented Shredded 
Wheat, Was chief real estate expert for City 
of Seattle for five years during all large re- 
grading and widening condemnations and opera- 
tions. Organizer and president for two years 
of Seattle Real Estate Men's Club, Member 
Arctic, Elks and Masons. 




ECKEBT, HABBT BEBNABD — Born at Auburn. 
Cayuga Countj', N. Y. Educated in Aubuin 
Grammar Schools, Tacoma High School. Came 
West to Tacoma in 1890. In business of con- 
tracting. Manager of the Washington Engi- 
neering Company of Tacoma; at present en- 
gaged in building the vertical lift bridge over 
the Puj'allup waterway for the city. Has been 
extensively engaged in contracting business in 
the Northwest. Member of Commercial Club. 
Present business address, 513-14 Savage-Sco- 
field building. 



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Zi:i.I.ES. JULIUS CHRISTIAN — I lorn at Spring 
! .11.. 1,1 i-,,uiii>. Hi., Ixc.iiiher 15, 18T1. 

etlucallon completed Flsk Academy, 
i with Northwestern I'nlverslty, In 
i -!>.', ("\iiliiB tlie then three years' course In 
two; ffraduuteil 1S93 from College of Llherul 
Arts and the School of Oratory, with rt«'cr.-e« of 
B. of A. and B. of O. Knterod work of 
in 1895; ordained In Wu- MithodlKt 
Church 1900: lHOt studied in tlif l"ni^ 
Chicago In the Olvlnlty School. Ora.lu,ii<- ..r 

. School and School of Kducatlon. 1904 rec>-lvln>i 
B. of A. and B. of I>. degrees from the Uni- 
versity of ChicaRo: 1910 granted degree of 
Doctor of Civil Law. In 19oi elected to th-^ 
Chair of Bhilosoph.v and Sociology In Illinois 
Wesleyan I'nlverslty. Now President of l"ni- 
verslty of Puget Sound. Tacoina. Wash. 




ITKAT, DOKALD D.— Born Prince Edward Island 
In 1862; son of William D. and Elizabeth B. 
McKay. Dean of Whit worth College 1908-11. 
A. B. Normal school training. Prince of Wales 
College, P. E. I.; A. B. rnlverslty of Manitoba, 
Canada. 1889; divinity .student Manitoba Col- 
lege 1889-91; B. S. post-graduate Princeton 
1892-3: A. M. I'nlverslty of Manitol.a 1895; post- 
graduate student I'nlverslty of Minnesota 1898- 
1902; pastorate Minneapolis 189S-1908; D. D. 
Macalester College 1904; Whitworth College 
1908. President Whitworth College 1911. Mem- 
ber I. O. O. F. 





QTnOXiET, ANSBEW JABDIHE — Born at Dum-) 
fries, Scotland; son of Thomas and Janet Quig--! 
ley. Educated at Normal School. Glasgow,' 
Scotland: Normal School. Ypsilanti, Mich.: Ag- 
ricultural College. Lansing, Mich., and North- 
western University, Evanston, 111. Certified 
public accountant, scientific manager, efficiency 
expert. Vice-president Washington State Board 
of Accountancy, director of Washington Society 
of Certified Public Accountants, fellow of Amer- 
ican Association of Public Accountants, general 
manager of Seattle Bureau of Public Effi- 
ciency, auditor of the First Presbyterian 
Church. Member of the Seattle Commercial 
Club and of the Municipal League of Seattle. 



I>OVEI>I^, O. ASHTOir — Lawyer, born In Madison 
County, Va., June S. 1885; son of Early Beaure- 
gard and Lucy Bond Dovell. A. B. of William 
and Mary College: attended the University of 
Virginia School of Law; early life spent in 
Virginia. Admitted to all the courts of Vir- 
ginia in 1910. Opened an office in Tacoma, 
Wash., in May, 1911, as senior member of the 
firm of Dovell. Cameron & Dovell. Member of 
Kappa Alpha Fraternity, Office 1110-11 Fidelity 
Building. 

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lOZiITIiB, WIIiIiIAM WZIiSON — Born Union City, Obion County, Tenn. Educated at Obion College, 
Trov, Tenn.: Clinton College, Clinton,. Ky.; then took a business course in commercial school at 
Kva'nsville, Ind. Came to Tacoma in .April, 188S, entered men's clothing and furnishing business. 
Present business address, corner Second avenue, at James street, Seattle, Wash. Member Seattle 
Chamber of Commerce, Commercial Club, Athletic Club and Arctic Club. 



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Cfllrl^, CIiABK N. — Born at Williamson, Illinois. Educated in pu'blic schools of Waco, Texas. Came 
to Portland in 1891 and entered candy manufacturing business. Studied Psychology under Dr. 
Victor Rocine; came to Seattle in, 1902 and published a weekly paper, "The Message of Life." In 
1904 entered real estate sub-divisloA townsite business in Seattle and Tacoma, Wash. Present ad- 
dress, Tacoma, Wash. 



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BVCXXiET', WXLIiIAM BBEWSTEB — IHorii ill 
Concord, Pu., January 1'. IS'J.'; son of William 
and Nancy Buckley. Ora<Iuated from Shelby 
HiKh school, Shelhy, la.; attended rornt-U Col- 
lefre. Mt. Vernon, la., four years, and State 
Medical ColleBc, Iowa City, la., two yearn. 
State superintendent public scJiools for flfteen 
years In Iowa. Government civil ennineer of 
.Alaska from 1S89 to 1892. I'mlertaker; addreSK. 
732 St. Helens avenue, Tacoma. Wa«h. Mem- 
ber of Commercial Club, Chamber of Comnierc< . 
Atlfl Temple, Tacoma Lodee No. 22. V. & A. M.; 
Ivanhoe Commanderv N>i 4. Tacoma Chapter 
Rose Croix. W O. W , r • I-nilernal Aid 

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WBAY, WZIiXtZAM — Born in England, Septembei 
28, 1876; son of Samuel and Elizabeth "Wray. 
Graduated from Seattle High school in 1897; 
special course Washington State University. 
Member House of Representatives 1911. Law- 
yer; business address, 556 Empire building, Se- 
attle, Wash. Member Red Men, I. O. O. F., 
counsel for Modern Woodmen of America, char- 
ter member Young Men's Republican Club, Se- 
attle Bar Association and Washington State Bar 
Association. 
P. S. O. A. 




FBZXND, EBSEST A.— Born at Oxford. Miss., De- 
I'lnt.rr 11. ls;s. Graduated from University of 
Mississippi before 1898. Commenced business 
In SI. Louis, 1890. Came West to Tacoma In 
1906; n.HSoclated with Wynkoop-VauRhan Com- 
pany for two yiar.M. June, 1909, founded the 
K. A. I-'rlend Company, corner Eleventh ami 
Commerce Streets, Tacoma, Wash., of which he 
Is President. Member nf IJiilary Club. 




STEPHENS, E. MIZ.TOir — Residence, Monroe, 
Snohomish County, Washington. State Senator 
present term. 



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ATKINSON, JOHN D. — Born at Connellsville, Pa., 
July 14, 1861. Educated in the public schools 
and graduate of the full classical course of 
Waynesburgh College, Waynesburgh, Pa., with 
the degree of Bachelor of Arts. Attended Union 
College of Law of Chicago and was admitted 
to the Bar of Chicago. Came to Seattle in 1889, 
and practiced law there for some years. Elected 
State Auditor of "Washington in year 1900 for 
a term of four years, after which was Attorney 
General of the State for four years, making a 
good record in both offices. Practicing law in 
Seattle, and is President of the Onyx Marble 
Company, which is said to have valuable prop- 
erties. Member of Elks, 32nd Degree Mason 
and a Shriner. 




SUZ.I.IVAN, HON. TIMOTHV D.— State Senator 
and former Representative in Congress. H,e is 
a business associate of John "W. Considine'. Jie 
has done much for the poorer classes of New 
York City, his home. He is a prominent state 
leader and a member of Tammany Hall, prob- 
ably the best known political organization in 
the United States. 



GBOFF, GUY BAI^DWIN — Born at Owings Mills, 
Baltimore County, Maryland, October 10, 1876. 
Educated in private and public schools of Balti- 
more city, Baltimore City College, completing 
law course at University of Maryland. Mr. Groff 
M'as active in the republican party of Maryland. 
l<!nlisted in Spanish-American war as a volunteer 
in Company A of the First Maryland Regiment; 
after discharge came to Spokane in January. 
1905, and has practiced law since that time. 
Office, 402-3-4 Mohawk block. Is commander of 
Gen. Charles King Camp No. 4, of the U. S. W. 
Veterans of Spokane, Wash., taking active in- 
terest both in this department and nationally. 
Nominated and elected to legislature by ma- 
jority of 300. During last Legislature was a 
member of the Judiciary, Insurance and other 
committees. Member of Spokane Country Club 
and Spokane A. A. Club. 




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BANNICK, CI^AVDE GEORGE — Born August 28, 
1876, at Durant, Cedar County, la.; son of 
Mathias and Christene Bannick. Attended pub- 
lic and high schools and institute at Sac City, 
la. Chief of Police, Seattle, Wash. Member 
Camp George H. Forsten No. 2, Spanish-Amer- 
ican War Veterans; member Seattle Athletic 
Club. 




HEMBICH, IiOTTIS — Born in Alma, Buffalo County, Wis.; educated in public schools of Alma and Uni- 
versity of Washington. Brewer; business address, Seattle. Belongs to Arctic Club, Elks and Se- 
attle Athletic Club. President Seattle Brewing & Malting Company. 



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FIESCi:, BAIiFH S. — Born in Laramie, Wj'O., 
March 21, 1879'; son of David J. and Etta A. 
Pierce. Graduate University of California, 1901; 
Law Scliool. ITniversity of Wasliington. City 
Attorney since September, 1909. 502 Mutual 
Life building-, Seattle, Wash. Member Seattle 
Athletic Club, Press r<inb. 




CHANDIiEB, JOKIT HIBAM — Born at Lebanon, 
'la., January 20, 1S69. Educated in Academy of 
Massena Springs. N. Y. Moved with parents to 
Montana, June 1, lS-84; came to Tacoma June 1, 
18SS. Machinist apprentice in Northern Paciiic 
car shops; ticket agent for Northern Pacific 
Railway and Puget Sound & Alaska Steamship 
Company at Northern Pacific dock depot; m 
.general ticket office at headquarters buildin.g 
Northern Pacific Railway; locomotive fireman 
Northern Pacific Railway eight years; pro- 
moted to locomotive engineer, serving about •six 
years. Master mechanic of Northwestern Im- 
provement Company at Red Lodge, Mont.. 19u3 
to December 1, 1906. Entered office of County 
Audiior; later appointfi second deputy abditor; 
appointed first Deputy 'ounty Auditor in' 1908; 
u^w serving. 



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Clare, Ireland. Educated in private schools in 
Ireland, England and United States; graduated 
in law department of the Columbian University 
in 1881. Admitted to the bar Washington, D. C. 
Law assistant in the office of the Secretary of 
Treasury 1879-1882. Attorney for Tacoma Land 
Companj' April 17, 1883. Member firm Arthur 
& Hutchinson. Member Alaska Geographical 
Society; the Authors' Club, London, Eng. ; Grand 
Master Masons 1902-3; Potentate Afifi Temple 
1901-2. Republican. Residence, 1515 East 
Madison street; office, 356 New York block, 
Seattle. Wash. 




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BEACH, "WIIiIiIAM MUBTON — Born in Kansas, 
December 8, 1861. Educated in common schools 
of Kansas, University of Washington and Col- 
lege of Physicians and Surgeons, Chicago, 111. 
Came to the Willamette Valley in spring of 
1S7S, and to Seattle in September of the same 
year. Was graduated in medicine in February, 
1886; practiced in Black Diamond, King County, 
and Olympia, and located at Shelton in the fall 
of 1889; mayor of same three times; on City 
Council twelve years; representative for Mason 
Countv 1907, 1909 and 1911. Republican in poli- 
tics. President of Washington State Phar- 
maceutical Association 1909 and vice-president 
Washington State Medical Association same 
year, 




ZIMMEBMAN, DANIEI. J. K.— Born City of New York. N. T. Attended New York public school. 
came to lacoma in 1904: admitted to the bar in 190t>; practiced law in City of Tacoma until 1910- 
now engfiged in fruit growing at Kennewick, Wash.; office in Fidelity building, Tacoma, Wash. 
Member Commercial Club, Elks, Mason and Shriner. 



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BBTAH, JAM£S W. — Horn In I^oulslana. March 
II. l^:l. <;iii.|ij:,i.,| with B. A. ili'Kree UC Baylor 
t tii\ t-rsily In IS'i'i; in 1897 rei-olved tlu- name 
■ l>-:;i.c from Yale I'niverslty. A<lmltteil to pra - 
till law l)y Siipreinc Court of liOuisiana In 1S1*S. 
t-'anii- lo \^■as!llnI^ton In 1901; locatt-d at Brem- 
"erton. where he has since resltled. Klecti-il City 
AHorney of the City of Brtmerton In 1»0T, In 
ul;i. h position he has shown Kreat visor In the 
pros, ciitlon of law-breakers. In 1908 was 
olm teil to Stale Senate fmni the Twenty-thlrJ 
State Senatorial District, comprising the Coun- 
ties of Island. Kitsap and Mason. Kecord In the 
senate was that of an insuTK-'nt or progressive. 



IOUTEI.I.E. FBEDEBICX ALFBED — i'.orn Janu- 

iiry I'T, is.'.u in Hrattlelmr". \t. Kducated in 

Troy Academy. Troy, N. Y. KiiRaged in rail- 

w.iv liusini'SH In X<w York and iihlo. Canie to 

■iia in mofi. Siii>er!ntendent I'UKet Souml 

•II- Kailway and Tacoma Hallway & Power 

• iny of Tacoma. Wash. Meniln r nf .Suns 

•I K' volullon. Commercial Club. 





SIMS, EDGAB A. — Born at Winnepeg, Canada, in 
1S74. Came west to Port Townsend, Washing- 
ton, entered salmon cannery, fisherman and 
logging business. Present address, Port Town- 
send, Wash. 



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HITXTABI^i:, mssz: — Bom December 4. 1863. at 
Tiverton, Devonshire, England. Educated in 
common schools in England. Came to the 
t'nited States at age of 17 years: landed in 
New York; stayed there one year. From there 
he came to Colorado, staying seven years. From 
Colorado he came to .Spra;^uc Wash., in JuU , 
1889. and to Spokane, "U'ash., in 1906. Learned 
journeyman tailor's trade in England. Took up 
railway work in the United States, following it 
continuously. Elected to House of Representa- 
tives from Spokane County in 1905; re-elected 
in 1907, and elected to the Senate in 1909. 
Present address, Spokane, Wash. 




BIIiIjINGS, OKVIIiIii: — Bo™ in Preston, Fillmore County, Minn. Common school education. 1890-92, 
contracting- business Denver, Colo. Came to Tacoma in fall of 1902 with the Equitable Savings & 
Loan Association of Portland, Ore., as special agent for five years. January, 1907, organized Pacific 
Building & Loan Association, with Jieadquarters at Tacoma; elected secretary and manager, holding 
tills office at the present time; offiqes in Andrews block. The association boasts of the largest 
membership of any association on the Coast; starting with a revenue of $90 per month, at the pres- 
ent time $20,000 per month. Member of Rotary Club, Commercial Club and Chamber of Commerce. 



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AUSTIN, JOHN FBANKIiIN — Born in Troy, N. Y, Educated in dental department Nortliwestern Uni- 
versity. Practiced dentistry in Grand Rapids, M ich.. for six years, coming to Tacoma in 1906, lo- 
cated dental offices in Equitable building for two years; practiced profession in this location, after 
which procured one-half interest ip Electro Dental Parlors, one of the largest dental offices in the 
United States. Also heavily interested in Eastern Washington lands and mining properties in Brit- 
ish Columbia. Now has offices in Tacoma The ater building, Tacoma, Wash. 



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JAEGEB, HEIi'DA — Born in Tacoma, Pierce 
County, Wash. Educated in Tacoma Grammar 
and High Schools, State University of Waslv 
ington, Liberal Arts and Law School; took de- 
gree of Bachelor Laws, University of "U'ash- 
ington, in 1910. Only woman attornej' in Ta- 
coma practicing law independently and alono. 
Vice-president Tacoma Business Women's CluD 
1911; member executive board of Voters' Edu- 
cational Association 1910-11. Business address, 
S19-20 Fidelity building. 




MESS, FBEDEBICK JUI^IUS — Born at Seattle, 
Wash., February 13, 1872. Educated at Univer- 
sity of Washington and dental department of 
Northwestern L^niversity, Chicago, 111. Farmer 
and dairyman at Orilla, Wash. Breeder of Hol- 
stein cattle. Member of Legislature of 1911. 
Member of Washington State Dairy Protective 
Association and Grange. ' . 




BOBEETS, JOHN W. — Born in Elizabethtown, 
West Virginia, December 29, 1859. Graduated 
from LTniversity of Kansas in ISSS. Lawyer. 
Practiced law at Hutchinson until 1900. Seat- 
tle, Wash., since 1900. Was general counsel 
A. T. P. Exposition. In addition to local cor- 
porations, represents National Surety Company. 
Maryland Casualty Company. Royal Indemnity 
Company, et al. Member Rainier Club, Seat- 
tle Country and Golf Club, and Arctic Club, and 
Sigma Chi Fraternity. 




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KANE, THOMAS FBANKI.IN — Born Westfield, 
Ind., May 5, 1863; son of John (M. D.) and 
Minerva J. Kane. Graduate De Pauw Univer- 
sity 18SS; Ph.D. Johns Hopkins University, (in 
Latin, -Greek and Sanskrit), 1895; LL. D. De 
Pauw University 1911; record-professor Latin 
and Greek, and vice-president 1888-90; acting 
president 1890-1, Lewis College; scholar in Latin 
1893-4, fellow in Latin 1894-5, Johns Hopkins; 
professor Latin 1895-1900, principal preparatory 
department 1897-1900, Olivet College; professor 
Latin 1900-1902, acting president 1902-3, presi- 
dent since 1903, University of Washington. 
Address, Seattle, Wash. Member Phi Beta 
Kappa, College Club, University Club, Commer- 
cial Club. 




KEXJt'X, EltltlOTT — Earn at Paris, Eouroon Co'.'ntN. Kentucky, October 6, 1870. After lea\ ini^ 
school worked in Du Pont coal mines for several years, then joined staff of the Cincinnati 
Commercial Gazette under Perry S. Heath. Frllowing this from 1S93 to 1S99, was Managing Edi- 
tor and editor Louisville Commercial and Louisville Evening News. On editorial staff of Phila- 
delphia North American from 1S99 to 1903. Came West with Perry S. Heath in 1903 and organ- 
ized Salt Lake Telegram Publishing Company, of which was president and general manager until 
1908, when he came to Tacoma to become general manager of the string of daily newspapers- 
Owned by S. A. Perkins. Member Tacoma Country and Golf Club, Union Club. Rotary Club, and 
trustee Tacoma Commercial Club and Chamber of Commerce and trustee Washington State Game 
Association. 

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Coiii|>any. Bailey building, Seattle, Wash. 




FONTAINE, J. A. — State Representative from 
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FZilST, THEO. — Arrived in Tacoma 1889; estaBlisliecl in busi- 
ness 1895. President of Feist & Bachracli, Inc. Member of 
Commercial Club and Chamber of Commerce, Scottish Kite 
Mason and State Lodge, Xo, 6S, and Order of Mystic Shrine. 



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McCOHMACK, JAMES — Born March 29, 1862, at Longford. Longford County, Ireland. Educated at 
Erasmus Smith School and Wesley College. Came to Tacoma and entered into department store busi- 
ness; now located at 1348 Pacific avenue. Member of Commercial Club and Country and Golf Club 
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