September 13, 1856—November 11, 1906.
was a man deserving our remembrance.
He had achieved distinction in his profession as a hydrostatic engineer, winning the high regard of all who knew him, especially receiving the respect and affection of younger men for his courtesy and kindness to them.
His was a character of exceptional loveliness formed on the model of entire sincerity, and of devotion to high ethical ideals.
Most of all, he was a lover of mankind, and the courageous, frank and gentle advocate of whatever would lessen the power of the strong over the weak.
Such social movements as promised to do this had his cordial sympathy and co-operation.
He has left a memory that will be an abiding influence for good in all who knew him.—H. C. D. [p. 33]