Buchard, John Ely, lawyer and statesman of St.
Paul, Minn., was born in 1865 in Clinton. N.Y. After leaving college he was
admitted to the bar; became owner and editor of the Soo-Democrat; and was
collector of customs during Cleveland's second term. For three years he was city
attorney and for three terms was mayor of Marshall, Minn.; and since 1900 has
practiced law in St. Paul, Minn. He is president of the John E. Burchard
Company, the Burchard-Hulburt Investment Company, the Southwest Land and Orchard
Company, the St. Paul Machinery Manufacturing Company; and is vice-president and
director in several other companies and banks. He is a thirty-second degree
Mason; and in 1907 was appointed on the governor's staff, with the rank of
Burke, Mrs. B. Ellen, publisher and writer of 250 Broadway, New York
City, was born in 1850 in Helena, N.Y. She was educated in country schools, and
later at the New York Normal School. She originated improved methods of teaching
in the Sunday Schools. Gave lectures at different schools. Became editor for D.
H. McBride and Company, Catholic publishers; and later became the owner and
publisher of that firm. Has written and compiled a set of readers for Catholic
schools, and two geographies. She is contributor to her own and other
Burke, Charles H., congressman was born on a farm in Genesee County,
N.Y., April 1, 1861. He was elected to the Legislature in 1894 and reelected in
1896; was elected to the fifty-sixth, fifty-seventh, fifty- eighth and
fifty-ninth congresses; was defeated in the convention in 1906, but was again
nominated in June, 1908, in a state-wide primary, and elected to the sixty-first
and sixty-second and sixty-third congresses as a Republican; and resides in
Cameron, Frederick W., lawyer, born Albany, N.Y., June 1. 1859; son
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 ('onncil 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 Homoepathie 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
Municipal Civil Service Commission, Albany. Recreation: Horseback riding. Clubs:
Fort Orange, University, Country, Burns (Albany), and University (N.Y. City).
Campbell, John Alexander, manufacturer and banker of Trenton. N..J.; born
Shushan, N.Y.. 1856; son of Peter and Mary J. Campbell; graduated from Princeton
College, A.B., A.M., 1877; married, Shushan, N.Y., 1879, Fannie Cleveland; one
daughter, Fannie C. (now Mrs. E. S. Atkin). President Trenton Banking Company,
Trenton Potteries Company. Republican: Presbyterian. President Free Public
Library. Trenton, N..J.; president State Board of Tenement House Supervisors.
Campbell, Wallace, retired banker; born Waverly, N.Y., Sept. 8, 1863; son
of S. C. and Mary A. (Farwell) Campbell; graduated from Hamilton College, N.Y.,
class" of 1883, as A.B., A.M.; Columbia College Law School, 1885; married,
Chicago, Ill., Oct. 12, 1886, Minnie V. Adams; two children. After graduation
taught one year in Brooklyn Polytechnic Institute and admitted to bar New York,
1884; went to Minneapolis, 1886, and practiced law successfully as member firm
Stryker & Campbell until 1891, when became vice-president Bank of Hill, Sons &
Co.; sold interest 1898. and became president of People's Bank, so continued
until 1907 when sold controlling stock to organizers of Scandinavian American
National Bank; was vice-president Northwestern National Life Insurance Co.,
1898- 1905; since 1907 attended to private investments. President Widman Hotel
Co., Mitchell, S.D., Hudson Sanatorium Co., Hudson, Wis., and Almary Oil Co.,
Tulsa, Okla. Republican; attends Westminster Presbyt'n Church. Member
Northwestern Chi Psi Ass'n, Western Ass'n Hamilton College Alumni. Recreations:
Motoring, fishing, golfing. Clubs: Minneapolis, Minneapolis Commercial,
Automobile. Residence: 430 Oak Grove St. Office: o1l Palace Building,
Carlisle, John Nelson, lawyer; born Preble, Cortland county, N.Y., Aug.
24, 1866; son of William S. and Catharine R. (Burdick) Carlisle; educated public
schools; graduated Watertown High School, 1884; married Pulaski. Jan. 17, 1894,
Carrie C. Brow; one daughter, Catharine C., born 1896. Admitted to N.Y. bar Feb.
15, 1889, U.S. Court, June 19, 1902; member law firm Carlisle and Carlisle. City
attorney City of Watertown, 1891-92; secretary and member Democratic State
Committee, 1896-1906; chairman Democratic State Executive Committee, 1903;
member Board of Education, City of Watertown, 1901-04; captain Company C, 1st
Infantry, N.G.N.Y.; Democrat. Trustee Cornell University, appointed by Governor
Hughes. June 9, 1909; appointed public service commissioner, 2nd District, N.Y.
State, July 1. 1910; appointed state commissioner of highways State of N.Y., May
1, 1913. Member National Civic Federation, American Bar Association. Recreation
: Farming. Club: Fort Orange, Black Association, N.Y. State Bar Association,
Jefferson County Bar, River Valley.
Cary, Charles, physician, was born in 1852, in Buffalo, N.Y. He has been
professor of clinical medicine in the University of Buffalo; was professor of
anatomy twelve years; professor materia medica, and later professor of clinical
medicine. He is attending physician to the Buffalo General Hospital, and
president of the Buffalo Cremation Company.
Champ, Earl E., educator of Cohocton. N.Y., was born March 16, 1887, in
Geneseo, N.Y. He is principal of Cohocton Union and High School; manager of
Cohocton Entertainment Association, and secretary of Local Commission on
Prevention of Tuberculosis. Is a member of vice- grand. Nebula Lodge No. 766,
Independent Order of Odd Fellows.
Chew, Beverly, banker; born in Geneva. New York, March 5, 1850; son of
Alexander Lafayette Chew and Sarah Augusta (Prouty) Chew. He was educated at the
Peekskill Military Academy, and was graduated from Hohart College. Mr. Chew is
the second vice-president of the Metropolitan Trust Company. He is a member of
the Colonial Order, the Society of Colonial Wars, the Sons of the Revolution,
Veteran Artillery Corps,' Military Society of the War of 1812, The Pilgrims,
Sigma Phi fraternity, and Phi Beta Kappa Society. He is owner of a notable
private library; also chancellor of the Colonial Order, and secretary of the New
York Society Library. He is a member of the Grolier Club, of which he was
president for four years; of The Players', the University and Church Clubs, and
the Century Association. Mr. Chew married in 1872, Clarissa Taintor Pierson. of
Ionia, Mich., who died in 1889. Residence. 47 West Forty-third St., New York
City. Address, 49 Wall St., New York City.
Clancy, John Richard, United States congressman from the thirty- fifth
district of New York, was born March 8, 1859, in Syracuse, N.Y. He is
vice-president of the Chamber of Commerce. He was elected to the sixty-third
congress for the term of 1913-15; and resides in Syracuse, N.Y.
Clark, Aaron Baker, clergyman and missionary of Rosebud, S.D., was born
Jan. 27, 1855. in Westport, N.Y. He was educated at the University of Vermont
and at the General Theological Seminary of New York. In 1874-83 he was principal
of schools; and since 1883 has been a clergyman. Since 1889 he has been a
missionary of the Rosebud Agency, conducting service in Sioux and English at a
score of churches and stations among the Upper Brule Sioux. He is also a
lecturer upon Indian school and mission work. Clark, Clarence Don, United States
senator from Wyoming, was born April 16. 1851, in Sandy Creek, N.Y. He was
prosecuting attorney for Uinta county four years, and was appointed associate
justice of the territory of Wyoming in 1890. but declined the office. Upon the
admission of Wyoming as a state he was elected to the fifty-second congress.
Since IS9:7; he has been a member of the United States Senate, and is now
serving the term of 1911-17; and resides in Evanston, Wyo.
Horatio C., congressman, was born Feb. 9, 1859, in Mc- Arthur, Ohio. Since
1882 he has been engaged in the practice of law; was prosecuting attorney in
1898-1905; when he became judge of the Probate Court of his county. He was
elected to the sixty-second and sixty-third, congresses as a democrat; and
resides in Chillicothe, Ohio.