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Ass'n. Mem. Nat. Montesseri Committee. Life mem. Unitarian Ass'n. Author: Everyday Ethics; Ethics for Children; 70th Report Mass. Board of Education; Outline of a Course in Good Will for the Public Schools; The Value of Literature Teaching (Educational Review); School Social Service (American Volume for the 2d Internat. Conference in Moral Education). Unitarian. Recreations: Piano playing, singing, gardening, golf, tennis, swimming, camping. Mem. College Club, Boston.

CABOT, Elsie Pumpelly (Mrs. Thomas Handasyd Cabot), 232 Newbury St., Boston; summer, Dublin, N.H.

Artist, photographer; b. Newburgh, N.Y., 1875; dau. Raphael and Eliza (Shepard) Pumpelly; m. Dublin, N.H., Oct. 3, 1898, Thomas Handasyd Cabot; children: Elizabeth, Pauline, Thomas Handasyd. Professional portrait photographer since 1896. Favors woman suffrage. Recreation: Tennis.

CABOT, Maria M. (Mrs. Godfrey Lowell Cabot), 16 Highland St., Cambridge, Mass.; summer, Beverly Farms, Mass.

Born Boston, Mass., April 21, 1866; dau. Joseph S. and Mary B. (Jones) Moors; ed. Miss Sanger's School, Miss Foot's School; m. Cohasset, Mass., June 23, 1890, Godfrey Lowell Cabot; children: James Jackson, Eleanor, Thomas Dudley, John Moors. Interested in charities. Unitarian.

CADBURY, Anna Mary Moore (Mrs. Benjamin Cadbury), 260 East Main St., Morristown, N.J.

Born Moorestown, N.J.; grad Earlham Coll., A.B. '94; graduate student in English and economics and politics, Bryn Mawr Coll., 1894-95; graduate student Earlham Coll., 1900-01; m. 1909, Benjamin Cadbury. Prof. English and German, Whittier (Cal.) Coll., 1895-1900; teacher in Westtown (Pa.) Boarding School, 1902-08; associate prof, of Englisn, Earlham Coll., 1908-09. Mem. Society of Friends.

CADBURY, Emma, Jr., 254 East Main St., Moorestown, N.J.

Born Philadelphia, Feb. 24, 1875; dau. Joel and Anna Kaighn (Lowry) Cadbury; ed. Friends' Select School, Philadelphia, Pa., Case and Hallowell School, Philadelphia, Bryn Mawr Coll., A.B. '98. Treas. Ass'n for the Care of Coloured Orphans; trustee Moorestown Free Library. Mem. Society of Friends (Orthodox).

CADE, Clayton Thomas (Mrs. George Lyman Cade), "The Gables," Stonelea Park, New Rochelle, N.Y.

Composer and singer; b. Charlestown, Mass., Nov. 12, 1868; dau. Spencer Churchill and Eunice A. (Clayton) Thomas; ed. Boston public schools and private tutors; studied for career as singer in America, London and Paris; m. Boston, Mass., Sept. 15, 1902, George Lyman Cade; children: Margaret Salome, b. Oct. 28, 1904; Elizabeth Eunice, b. June 6, 1906. Appeared in public at the age of five years as singer; at 18 years made debut in light opera in America, followed by four years of same in England, where first work as composed came out (the Japanese Love Song) in 1900. Composer of: Japanese Love Song; Chasing Butterflies; Ave Maria; Toyland; The Duel; Song of an Egyptian Princess (Eugene Field); Invention to the Sun-God, Ra! (also Egyptian); several children's songs; Japanese Song Cycle, Matsurie; Shakespeare Song Cycle; now engaged writing music for plays for children's company at Plymouth Theatre, Boston, Mass. Episcopalian. Mem. D.A.R. Recreations: Motoring, gardening. Mem. Professional Women's Club of Boston; also the Shakespeare, Woman's and Mothers' Clubs of New Rochelle, N.Y.

CADY, Cornelia Ensign, 310 W. 105th St., N.Y. City.

Artist and lecturer on art; b. in Springfield, Mass.; dau. Henry Stearns and Sarah L. (Ensign) Cady; ed. Maplewood Inst, for Young Ladies, Pittsfield, Mass. For 10 years associate principal of West End Inst., Mrs. and Miss Cady's School for Girls, New Haven, Conn. Vice-pres. of N.Y. Auxiliary of Am. McAll Ass'n (an auxiliary of the Mission Pobulaire in France), Am. Waldensian Aid Soc. (recording sec), Internat. Federated Council for Christian and Patriotic Service (vice-pres.). Newspaper contributor critical articles on art and miscellaneous short poems. Clubs: Round Table, Sorosis. Congregationalist. Favors woman suffrage. Republican

CAFFIN, Caroline (Mrs. Charles H. Caffin), 17 W. Eighth St., N.Y. City.

Writer; b. Whitehall, Hook, Surrey, England,; 1864; dau. Robert and Sarah (Iliff) Scurfield; ed, private school, Sunderland, Durham, England; m. Battersea, London, 1888, Charles H. Caffin; children: Dorothy Agnes, Freda Margaret. On the stage until 1893 in original company of Ben Greet Pastoral Plays. Favors woman suffrage. Mem. 25th Assembly Dist. of the Woman Suffrage Party (chairman of Drama Com. of 25 players). Author: Dancing and Dances of To-Day. Associate mem. of the Educational Players. Mem. MacDowell Club of N.Y. City.

CAGWIN, Clara Joslyn, Walsenburg, Colo.

Teacher; b. Westmoreland, N.Y., Feb. 21, 1884; dau. De Witt Clinton and Frances M. (Joslyn) Cagwin; ed. West Denver High School, Denver (salutatorian) '03 (won prize each year for essay writing); Cornell Univ., B.A. '07 (class poet). Head of Latin dep't, Huerfano County High School, Walsenburg, Colo, five years; ass't principal of same institution two years. Presbyterian. Favors woman suffrage. Republican.

CAHILL, Marie (Mrs. Daniel V. Arthur), care of D. V. Arthur, 1402 Broadway, N.Y. City.

Comedienne; b. Brooklyn, N.Y.; ed. in schools of Brooklyn; m. Daniel V. Arthur. Made first appearance in soubrette role in Kathleen Mavourneen with a stock company of which Harley Merry, the scenic artist, was manager; later filled various parts and entered musical comedy in Hoyt's company as Patsy in A Tin Soldier; later, under the management of George Lederer, in several productions and in the season of 1902-03 began starring career in the musical comedy Nancy Brown for two seasons and at Daly's Theatre in August, 1906, as Mary Montgomery in Marrying Mary, in which she appeared for several seasons, later appearing in other star parts, and in season of 1912 was at the Liberty Theatre in N.Y. City in The Opera Ball.

CAHOON, Grace Willson, 1604 W. Thirty-ninth St., Los Angeles, Cal.

Physician; b. Lyndon, Vt.; dau. George W. and Mary L. (Bellows) Cahoon; grad. Univ. of Minn. Med. School, M.D.; post-graduate studies in Vienna, Austria. Practiced medicine in Montana; sec. Montana State Med. Soc.; now at Los Angeles, Cal. Club: College Woman's. Favors woman suffrage. Progressive.

CAIRNS, Anna Sneed (Mrs. John G. Cairns), Forest Park University, St. Louis, Mo.

University president; b. New Albany, Ind., Mar. 19, 1841; dau. Rev. Samuel K. and Rachel (Crosby) Sneed; grad. Monticello Sem., 1858. As no colleges for women existed then, studied with Bishop Dunlop, Latin and Greek, also French, German and Spanish, History, Shakespeare, literature, Christian evidences; m. April 7, 1884, John G. Cairns (died 1895). Founded Forestt Park Univ., Sept. 5, 1861, and for 52 years has been its president. Legislative and legal sup't Mo. State W.C.T.U., seven years; carried Constitutional Amendment, submitting prohibition, through the House of Representatives of Mo. Served four years as Sup't Capital and Labor of Nat. W.C.T.U.; first dist. pres. St. Louis dist. W.C.T.U.; invited by Susan B. Anthony to be pres. St. Louis Suffrage Ass'n. The Mo. Legislature invited her to address it on the subject of suffrage during its morning business session (an unusual honor). Mem St. Louis Chapter D.A.R. Favors woman suffrage; addressed Mo. House of Representatives and Senate, each on suffrage. Author of pamphlets, addresses, newspaper articles, etc. Presbyterian. Republican, then mem. Prohibition Party. Mem. missionary societies. Recreations: Horseback riding, driving.

CAIRNS, Frances V. Shellabarger (Mrs. Charles Sumner Cairns), 1410 Yale Place, Minneapolis, Minn.

Born Decatur, Ill.; dau. Isaac and Mary Ann