Graham, george scott, lawyer; born Phila., September 13, 1850; son James and Sarah Jane (scott) Graham. Educated public schools, private tutor, University of Penna. Married first wife, Emma M. Ellis; second wife, Pauline M. Clarke; has three daughters living, one son and a daughter deceased; law yer. Member of select council, 1877-1880; elected district attorney, 1880; elected six times successively, four times without opposi tion; prof. Criminal law and procedure Uni~ versity of Penna. For eleven years, resigning in 1898; serving fourth term in congress from the second congressional district of Penna; di rector Columbia Avenue Trust Company and several corporations, business and public utili ties. Republican; Presbyterian. Recreations, riding, boating, walking and golf. Member Metropolitan and Yacht Club of New York, Metropolitan Club and Chevy Chase Club of Washington, Union League. Art Club, Racquet Club, University Club of Philadelphia, Mason and Knight Templar, Past Grand Commander of the latter. Residence, bellevue-stratford. Business address, West End Trust Building, Phila., Pa and 42 Broadway, New York.