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offices, such as member of the Board of Education, city council, etc. He has one daughter, Genevieve. He was elected representative as a Republican; state representative, Second District, North Dakota. Has taken a prominent part in political and business affairs of N. W. North Dakota for the past eight years.
Camac, Charles Nicol] Bancker, physician of 128 E. 60th St., New York City, was born, Philadelphia, Pa., Aug. 6, 1868; son of William and Ellen (McIlvaine) Camac; grad. Univ. of Pa., A.B., 1892, M.D., 1895; post-grad. work Johns Hopkins Hosp. and foreign studies, Guy Hospital Med. Sch., and Oxford, Eng., 1895-99; married, Cold Spring-on-Hudson, Nov. 17, 1897, Julia Augusta Metcalfe; children: Harriet Julia, born November, 1901; Eva, born October, 1903. Engaged in practice of medicine, N. Y. City, since 1897; held educational positions Univ. of Pa., Johns Hopkins and Cornell Univs., in medical branches; formerly prof. of clinical medicine, Cornell Univ. Med. Coll., N. Y. City; now asst. prof. clinical medicine Columbia Univ., Coll. of Phys. and Surg., N. Y. City; also physician to City Hosp., N. Y. City. Contributor to various medical journals. “Cord Lesions in Pernicious Anaemia,” “Human Trypauosomiasis,” “Diseases of the Head and Blood Vessels,” “Epoch-making Contributions to Medicine and Surgery,” 8vo, Saunders & Co., Philadelphia and London; “Counsels and Ideals,” Oxford Press, London; Houghton Miffiin, Boston. Mem. Am. Med. Assn., State and Co. Med. Assns., Acad. of Medicine, Assn. Am. Physicians, Interurban Clinical Soc., Phila. Acad. Nat. Sciences, Delta Psi fraternity. Club, University (N. Y. City).
Cameron, Frederick W., lawyer, born, Albany, N. Y., June 1, 1859; son of Truman D. and Elizabeth (Flagler) Cameron; educated Albany Academy, Union College, Albany Law School, A.B., A.M., LL.B.; married, Newark, N. J., April 2, 1891, Jennie Armsby Dean; children: Jean Elizabeth, born 1893; Josephine Dean, born 1895; Fredericka, born 1898. Having made a specialty of patent law, has been engaged in many important litigations in various parts of this country and Canada. In 1902 had a case before Privy Council of Great Britain, which was an appeal from the highest Canadian court; although largely engaged in patent cases, has had general practice in‘ both State and Federal Courts. Lecturer on Patent Law Trade Marks and Copyright in Albany Law School. Director Albany Exchange Savings Bank; trustee Chamber of Commerce, Albany. Democrat; Presbyterian; trustee Homeopathic Hospital, Fairview Home for Friendless Children. Member Albany County Bar Association, State Bar Association, American Bar Association, Patent Bar Association of Washington, D. C., member of the Mu. nicipal Civil Service Commission, Albany. Recreation: Horseback riding. Clubs: Fort Orange, University, Country, Burns (Albany), and University (N. Y. City).
Camp, George Van Santvoord, bank cashier of Watertown, N. Y., was born Dec. 9, 1860, in Watertown, N. Y. In 1882 he was clerk of the Jefferson County National Bank, and later became its cashier. He is the Glee Club leader.
Campbell, Benjamin H., teacher, headmaster of Columbia Grammar School, of 9 W. 93d St., New York City; residence, Elizabeth, N. J. (Married.) Member University Club, Columbia University Alumni Association, Society of Colonial Wars, and
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Campbell, George, lawyer, jurist and author of Coffeyville, Kans., was born April 29, 1848, in Yates County, N. Y. He was educated in the Yates County public schools, in Ionia, Mich., and in the High School and in Starkey Seminary of Eddytown, N. Y. He is in the practice of law at Coffeyville, Kan.; and has been judge of the County Court and state senator. He is an author of The Life and the Death of Worlds; America, Past, Present and Future; and Island Home; A Revolution in the Science of Cosmology; The Greater United States of America, and author of Progressive Government reduced to questions and answers. He is the author of several pamphlets bearing on economic question; Government issue and control of the currency and transportation; and is the author of the work—“The Evolution of Civil Government” and the prevention of war by an international court.
Campbell, James Alfred Garsed, banker; born Chester, Pa., Feb. 19, 1858; son of James and Angelina (Garsed) Campbell; educated in Chester public schools; married Chester, Pa., Nov. 26, 1889, Elizabeth Hubley Mowry; three children: Margaret Mowry, James A. G., Jr., (one deceased). Engaged in business as a clerk and bookkeeper, March 2, 1874; engaged in banking since 1879; elected secretary Delaware County Trust Co., Chester, Pa., 1885; president of that company since 1899 ; organized Chester Clearing House Association and elected manager 1883. Mustered into the 2d Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry on April 29, 1898, as 2d lieutenant and battalion adjutant; honorably discharged at the close of the war, Oct. 25, 1898; enlisted as a private in Company B, 6th Infantry, National Guard of Pennsylvania, Oct. 30, 1881, and was sergeant, first lieutenant, captain, major and retired in 1899 as division inspector with the rank of lieutenant-colonel. Republican; Episcopalian; vestryman Saint Paul’s Protestant Episcopal Church; director Chester Free Library; manager Chester Hospital. Recreations: Golf, walking. Clubs: Penri. (Chester, Pa.); Ridley Golf, (Ridley Park, Pa.). Residence: 423 E. Broad St. Ofiice: 3d & Market Sts., Chester.
Campbell, James W., banker of Huron, S.D., was born in 1851 in Springfield, Ill. He is president of the First National Bank of Huron.
Campbell, Philip Pitt, congressman, was born in Nova Scotia. When four years old he removed with his parents to Kansas; and has resided there ever since. He graduated A.B. from Baker University. He was a member of the fifty-eighth, fifty-ninth, sixtieth, sixty-first and sixty-second congresses from Kansas as a Republican. He was reelected to the sixty-third congress from the Third District of Kansas for the term of 1913-15; and resides in Pittsburg, Kan.
Campbell, Thomas H., editor Plain Talk; born Newport, Tenn., Oct. 25, 1880; Scotch-Irish descent; son of Stephen J. and Alice (Free) Campbell; father carpenter; educated in public schools; began his career as a printer. Democrat. Address: Newport,
Campbell, William Francis, born Nov. 7, 1865, Brooklyn, N. Y.; parents, Alexander and Catharine Amelia (Bennett) Campbell; educated public school No. 4, Brooklyn, N. Y.; N. Y. University, 1887; graduated L.I. Coll. Hosp., 1892; lic. New York, 1892; deg. A.B., N. Y. University, 1887, and M.D., L.I.C.Il., 1892; interne Methodist Epis. Hosp., 1892-94; pres. Med. Soc. State of N. Y.; ex-pres. Kings Co. Med. Soc.; surg. 2nd Brig. N. G. N. Y., rank of major; prof. of anatomy, L. I. Coll. Hosp.; surg.-in-chief Trinity Hosp.; att. surg. Meth. Epis. Hosp.; cons. surg. Jamaica Hosp., Swedish Hosp., Coney Island Hosp.; mem. A.M.A., Amer. Assoc. of Anatomists, Amer. Acad. of Med., Med. Soc. State of N. Y., Kings Co. Med. Soc., Assoc. Physicians of Long Island, Brooklyn Surg. Soc., Brooklyn Med. Soc., Brooklyn Pathol. Soc., L. I. Med, Soc., Williamsburg Med. Soc., Brooklyn Soc. of Clinical Surgery, N. Y. Acad. of Med, Med. Soc. Greater N. Y., University Club, Hamilton Club, Crescent Club, Union League Club, Riding and Driving Club, Montauk Lodge No. 286, F. & A. M.; Kismet Shrine, Clinton Commandery; author: Surgical Anatomy, Surgery of Childhood; Regular; Surgery. Office: 394 Clinton Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. Hours: 3—5 Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Tel. Prospect 4200.
Candler, Ezekiel Samuel, congressman, was born Jan. 18, 1862, in Bellville, Fla. He was a member of the fifty-seventh, fifty-eighth, fifty-ninth, sixtieth, sixty-first, sixty-second congresses from Mississippi as a Democrat. He was reelected to the sixty-third congress from the First District of Mississippi for the term of 1913-15; and resides in Corinth, Miss.
Candler, John Slaughter, lawyer and jurist of Atlanta, Ga., was born Oct. 22, 1861, in Villa Rica, Ga. In 1882 he began the practice of law in Georgia; and in 1887-96 was solicitor-general of that state. In 1896-1902 he was judge of the Superior Courts of the Stone Mountain Circuit; and since 1902 has been judge of the Supreme Court of Georgia. In 1898-99 he was a colonel in the Spanish-American War.
Canfield, Palmer A., banker, merchant; born Rondout, N. Y., June 10, 1856; on of Palmer A. and Mary B. (Von Beck) Canfield; educated in Ulster Academy, Rondout, N. Y., Commercial College, Poughkeepsie, N. Y.; married, North Chatham, N. Y., Feb. 20, 1884, S. E. Harder; one daughter. Started business as clerk in stove store, 1875, became owner 1889; organized and president of Canfield Supply Co., since 1895, president and organizer Kingston Hardware & Plumbing Co., since 1904; organizer, treasurer and manager Canfield Stove Co., since 1892 ; president since 1902, director since 1894 The Rondout National Bank; director Home Seekers’ Cooperative Savings and Loan Association. Republican; Presbyterian. Member Young Men’s Christian Association, Board of Trade; president and trustee The Rondout Presbyterian _Church; contributing member Kingston City Hospital, Kingston City Library, Royal Arch Mason (District Deputy Grand Master State of New York, 1898-1899), Master Rondout Masonic Lodge 1894-1897 ; Knight Templar, member Eastern Star. Clubs: Rondout, Rondout Yacht, Twaalfskill Golf, Ulster County Republican. Residence: 72 McEntee St. Office: 22 East Strand St., Kingston.
Cannon, Edward J., lawyer; born, Warnerville, Wis.; son, James and Eliza (Noonan) C. Educated: Cedar Valley Seminary, Osage, Iowa. Married, Helen L. Appleton, Oct 9, 1890, at St. Paul, Minn. Counsel, N. P. Ry., Spokane, Portland & Seattle Ry., Canadian Pacific Ry., Dean Law Dept. Gonzaga University, Dir., Natl. Bank of Commerce. Member law firm, Cannon & Ferris. Member: Elks, Knights of Columbus. Clubs: Spokane,
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Cantrill, James Campbell, congressman, was born at Georgetown, Scott County, Ky., July 9, 1870. January, 1908, he was elected president of the American Society of Equity for Ken tucky, an organization for the cooperation of farmers in securing more profitable prices for their product, was elected to the sixtyfirst and sixty-second congresses as a Democrat, and sixty-third; and resides in Georgetown, Ky. '
Capper, Arthur, publisher, bank director; born Garnett, Kan., July 14, 1865; son of Herbert and Isabella (McGrew) Capper; educated in common schools of Kansas; married, Topeka, Kan., Dec. 1, 1892, Florence Crawford. Publisher Topeka Daily Capital, Missouri Valley Farmer, Mail and Breeze, Household Magazine, Poultry Culture, Nebraska Farm Journal; director Prudential State Bank, Prudential Trust Co., Kansas Mutual Life Insurance Co. President Board of Regents of Kansas Agricultural College; chairman Congressional Committee of First Congressional District. Republican. President Kansas State Editorial Association. Director Kansas State Historical Society, and State Committee of Young Men ’s Christian Association. Elk, Modern Woodman, United Workman. Club: Topeka Country. Address: Topeka.
Caraway, Thaddeus 11., United States congressman from the first district of Arkansas, was born Oct. 17, 1871, in Stoddard County, Mo. He has been prosecuting attorney. He was elected to the sixty-third congress for the term of 1913-15; and resides in J onesboro, Ark.
Card, Harry 18., wool grower, banker; born in Ohio, Feb. 16, 1861; son of Thomas and Harrietta E. (Burr) Card; educated in public schools of Toledo, Ohio; married in Wyoming, April 25, 1888, Edith May McLaughlin; four children. Has been engaged as a cowboy, ranchman and sheepman, conducted general store, and now engaged as a banker. President and director Bank of Manville, Wyo.; vice-president and director Manville Supply Co. Republican; Methodist. Woodman of the World, Woodman of America, 32 degree Mason, Wyoming Consistory No. 1. Address: Manville.
Carew, John F., United States Congressman from the seventeenth district of New York, was born April 16, 1876, in Brooklyn, N. Y. He is a lawyer. He was elected to the sixty-third congress for the term of 1913-15; and resides in New York City.
Carey, Joseph Maull, governor of the State of Wyoming, was born July 19, 1845, in Milton, Del. He attended Union College of Schenectady, N. Y.; and in 1867 he graduated from the law department of the University of Pennsylvania. In 1869 he was appointed as United States district attorney for the Territory of Wyoming; and in 1872-76 was an associate justice of the Supreme Court of Wyoming. In 1885 he was a representative from Wyoming to the forty-ninth, fiftieth and fifty-first congresses. In 1876 he was appointed member of the United States Centennial Commission. He was among the first to become interested in the great industry of cattle raising on the plains; and for many years was president of the Wyoming Stock Growers’ Association. He was mayor of Cheyenne in 1880-82; and was instrumental in having Wyoming admitted to the union as a state. In 1889-95 he was United States senator. He is governor of the State of Wyoming for the term of 1911-15; and resides in Cheyenne, Wyo.
Carithers, James Y., capitalist; born Walton County, Ga., April 13, 1854; son of Hugh A. and Mary Ann (Griffith) Carithers; educated common schools, Walton and Oconee Counties, Martin Institute, J efferson, Jackson County, Ga.; married first, May 18, 1885, Ida Carter of Walton County, Georgia (she died Feb, 1897); married, second, Athens, Ga., Nov. 18, 1902, Eula Wise Witcher. Worked on a farm; has been interested in several mercantile enterprises and cotton commission warehouses. President and director Columbia Fire Insurance Co.; president and director Athens Railway and Electric Co.; director Southern Mutual Fire Insurance Co., Southern Manufacturing Co., Hartwell Railway Co. Has served on Council of City of Athens; represented 27th Senatorial district in State Senate. Democrat; Missionary Baptist. Mason, Odd Fellow, Knight of Pythias, Elk. Clubs: Golf (Athens); Capital City (Atlanta). Address: Athens.
Carleton, Murray, merchant, banker; born Cumberland, Md., Sept. 1, 1852; son of Henry D. and Mary Ellen (Boogher) Carleton; high school education; married, St. Louis, June 26, 1884, Annie Laurie Hays; eight children. Entered mercantile life in 1873 in St. Louis with Henry Bell & Son, wholesale dry goods; subsequently with its successors, J. H. Wear, Boogher & Co.; the Carleton Dry Goods Co.; now chairman of the Board of Carleton-Ferguson Dry Goods Co.; vice-president Boatmen’s Bank; director Title Guarantee Trust Co., American Trust Co., Mississippi Valley Trust Co., and various business corporations. Address: Carleton-Ferguson Dry Goods Co., Washington Ave. and Twelfth St., St. Louis.
Carlin, Charles Creighton, congressman, was born April 8, 1866, in Alexandria, Va. He graduated from the National Law University; and was postmaster of Alexandria for four years. In 1904 he was a presidential elector. In 1907-09 he was a repre sentative from Virginia to the sixtieth congress to fill a vacancy;