CARROLL, John Charles, carpets; b. Colum- Forest Univ., LL.B., 1896. Admitted to practice
biana, O., Mar. 4, 18G2; s. William and Marian by Supreme Court of Illinois, 1895, and has
(Meagher) Carroll; removed to Chicago, 1859; since been engaged in practice in Chicago, now
ed. Chicago public schools; m. Chicago, Oct. 25, being in partnership with Senator Francis W.
1882, Marian N. Milligan; children: John Parker, in law firm of Parker & Carter, mak-
Charles, Jr., James Milligan, Ethel A.nna, Les- ing a specialty of patent law. Republican. In-
lie Warrington. Began business life in employ terested in Assn. House, a philanthropic move-
of Potter Palmer, dry goods, 1868-9; with Al- ment for the betterment of boys and girls.
len Mackey, who succeeded Palmer, 1870-6; Clubs: Union League, Quadrangle, Hamilton.
firm was reorganized, 1876, as the Chicago Car- Office: 1410 Marquette Bldg. Residence: 122
pet Co., of which became pres. until 1899, 50th St.
when the firm of Carroll & Lancaster, Incor- CARTER, Edward Carlos, chief engineer
porated (wholesale and retail), succeeded to Chicago & North- Western Ry. ; b. Waverly,
the business; pres. of same from origin. Of- 111., Jan. 11, 1854; s. George and Louisa J.
tice: 162-4 Wabash Av. Residence: 170 51st St. (Smith) Carter; grad. Rensselaer Polytechnic
CARROLL, John Joseph, R. C. priest; b. Institute, Troy, N. Y., 1876; m. Jacksonville,
Eniscrone, Co. Sligo, Ire., June 24, 1856; s. 111., 1880, Fannie G. Fairbank; children: Ed-
Francis J. and Mary (Howley) Carroll; came ward F., Paul E., Gertrude. Began as rodman
to U. S. in infancy; took 6 years' course in St. on the Jacksonville & Southeastern Ry., 1870-
Michael's College, Toronto, Ont.; studied at 1871, and on Cairo & St. Louis Ry., 1871.
St. Joseph's Provincial Theological Seminary, Draftsman and mechanical engineer Spring-
Troy, N. Y., grad. 1879; asst. Cathedral field Iron and Steel Co., 1876-7; asst. engineer
of Holy Name, Chicago, 1880; soon after rec- on Kansas City extension, Chicago & Alton
tor St. Thomas Church, Chicago; distinguished R. R., 1877-8; in employ of U. S. on Mississip-
as a Gaelic writer and scholar. Elected at pi River observations, 1878; asst. engineer of
convention (1898) chairman Gaelic History, at construction, Indianapolis, Decatur & Spring-
convention (1901) National Librarian Gaelic field Ry., 1879-80; resident engineer, 1880-4,
League of America. (For list of books, see asst. to chief engineer, 1884-5, Wabash, St.
Who's Who in America.) Address; 5478 Kim- Louis & Pacific Ry. ; asst. and contracting en-
bark Av. gineer, Detroit Bridge and Iron Works, 1885-7;
CARRY, Edward Francis, manufacturer; b. principal asst. engineer, 1887-99, and, since Dec.,
Fort Wayne, Ind., May 16, 1867; s. Joseph J. 1899, chief engineer, Chicago & North-Western
and Margaret (Stoops) Carry; high school ed- Ry. Dir. North Waukegan Harbor and Dock
ucation; m. Chicago, Nov. 28, 1893, Mabel D. Co. Mem. Am. Soc. of Civil Engineers, Western
Underwood; children: Mary Ermina, Margaret. Soc. of Engineers. Clubs: Union League,
Went to work in 1886 for O. W. Meysenburg Evanston. Office: Franklin St. and Jackson
& Co., St. Louis, as stenographer; and Feb. Boul. Residence: 412 Greenwood Boul.
16, 1888, went with Mr. Meysenburg to Chi- CARTER, Henry Wallace, patent atty. and
cago; was with the Wells & French Co. in van- expert; b. Chicago, June 5, 1866; s. Consider B.
ous capacities, finally becoming sec, and and Emma (Marsh) Carter; ed. Skinner (pub-
when that company was purchased by the lic) School, West Division High School, Wor-
Am Car and Foundry Co., Mar. 1 1899, became cest er (Mass.) Polytechnic Institute, and Na-
district mgr. for that company; later became tlonal college of Law, Washington, D. C.; m.
3d vice-pres and dir., and since June, 1903, 2d Washington, D. C., June 1, 1898, Anna Ma-
yice-pres., dir. and mem. executive committee cau i ey; children: Macauley, Henry Wallace,
Am. Car and Foundry Co. Republican in Na- Jn> War ren Gillette. Was asst. examiner of
n n a \ n . p . artlsan V- n mun A 1 ?^ a , 1 - P 4 tlC ^- R ' Patents in the U. S. Patent Office at Washing-
C. Clubs: Chicago Chicago Athletic Washing- ton 1889-92; since 1892 engaged in practice
ton Park Kenwood Exmoor Midlothian Of- as expert and counselor in patent causes.
fice Ry Exchange Bldg. Residence: Highland Mem . A m. Soc. of Mechanical Engineers since
i'*TTOc -D T> 1892 Western Soc. of Engineers since 1898.
~J ? * ' 7 r r n ' , cons u ltln S mecham- office: Monadnock Bldg. Residence: 2573 Lake-
cal engineer; b. Lancaster, Grant Co., Wis., WO od Av
Will / am R and Ellen E. CARTER, Howard Marshall, lawyer; b. Chl-
t ed> $ r l? Uil % and trades). cago, May 31, 1869; s. Consider B. and Emma
^' ? la "evil e, Wis.; grad. (Marsh) Carter; ed. Chicago public schools.,
1 f am al Engineering, Univ. grad. 1890, Northwestern Univ. Law School;
' w 8 & M' Bar #E' W1 " Aug W 3 ' m - Newark. N. J., Oct. 10, 1893, Louise John-
W a rld .ge; children: Fanny W., SO n. Admitted to Illinois bar, 1890. Dir. of the
pt ' ^ason Car and Foun- Rockford, Beloit and Janesville R. R. Co., and
Tenn " , 1885; ^ hief de ' of the Chicago Rys. Co. Office: Marquette
B 11 man ,' also acting asst. Bldg. Residence: 726 Forest Av., Evanston,
Bullock Manufacturing Co., Chi- m
H? D ii^2f engineer on altera- CARTER, James Benajah, merchant; b. Jef-
Ti^ 1 B fio^ ge ' Ch ! ca S.. Milwaukee ferson Co., N. Y., Oct. 16, 1849; s. Benajah
rirtW ,,7,'ri "^hanical engineer Carter, Jr., and Isabel (Cole) Carter; ed. pub-
A, d 'io U ' s - Government, lie schools, New York and Illinois; m. Chl-
g '' ^^-V 111 !," 1 / Board of Con - ca &. Dec - 29 . 1873, Emma Chambers; chil-
y brld ses 1900; de- drln: Edith, Anna, Nettie. Coming to Chicago
L o e g u P erlor Power was driver of an ice wagon for 1 year, for W.
' ^ che cked up T. B. Reed; then engaged in the grocery busi-
V 5EK, clty brid ^ e built ness and afterward, in 1877, in the grain busi-
* riA . s * operating ma- ness with his brother Zina and with E. W.
special , and automatic Fisher, to which the present business under
> ^ U 5 lt 5i l1111 - the st y le of z - R - Carter & Bro - are the suc-
i Club: Hins - cessors, the firm being large wholesale deal-
k - Residence: ers in hay, grain and mill feed. Baptist. Of-
aidMarium smlhc^ ^n wM, James Swift, pres. Chapin &
public tndTi eh ^School ^ JrnS' T^' C "j 18 ^ 1 " 6 Gore - lic l uor merchants; b. Allegany Co., N. Y.,
lege, course of mechanical * Pnl^J tate ^t Oct ' 17 ' 1834; s - Benjamin and Sarah (Swift)
special course ir? eleVtHo tv ? JSi f * < S ' Witl 2 Carter: ed. public schools; m. Chicago, Oct. 6.
B P M.E.; compfeted course hi Chica^o^Cone^ 1873 Francis Buell; 1 daughter: Kathryn. Be-
of Law, graduating from lawdPnf f T P pan business "fe as clerk in country store at
law dept. of Lake Woodstock, McHenry Co., 111.; was chief dep-
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uty clerk of the Circuit Court and recorder Office: County Bldg. Residence: 1331 W. Mon-
of deeds, 1854-8; came to Chicago, 1862, and roe St.
was bookkeeper for Phillip Wadsworth & Co., CARTER, zina B., nres. Sanitary District of
wholesale clothing, 1862-70; in 1872 became Chicago; b. in lot? cabin. Jefferson Co, N. Y.,
connected with house of Chapin & Gore, first Oct. 23, 1846; s. Benajah and Isabel (Cole)
as bookkeeper, then as partner, and upon in- Carter: worked on farm and attended school
corporation was made sec.-treas. of the com- for a brief period; removed to DuPage Co.,
pany; on death of Mr. Chapin became pres. 111., when 18 years old and worked on farm
Independent in politics. Episcopalian. Club: several years; came to Chicago and opened a
Chicago Athletic. Office: 12-18 Adams St. Resi- store on the west side, firm now being Zina
dence: 5112 Cornell Av. R. Carter & Bro. Has been alderman; candi-
CARTSR, Leslie, lawyer; b. Galena, 111., date for mayor of Chicago, 1899; mem. board
Aug. 28, 1851; s. James and Helen (Leslie) of trustees, Sanitary District of Chicago,
Carter; ed. various private schools, Yale Col- since 1895, and pres. since 1903; mem. Chicago
lege, graduating, 1873, Columbia Law School Board of Trade since 1872, and was its pres.,
and Northwestern Univ. Law School. After 1898. Republican. Offices: 225 W. 16th St. and
leaving law school, studied in the office of E. Security Bldg. Residence: 1441 Ogden Av.
B. McCagg; then formed a partnership with CARTON, Laurence A., treas. and dir. Swift
Edwin Walker which lasted until 1885; since & Co., Swift Fertilizer Works, Franklin Salt
then practicing alone. Was dir., 1881, vice- Co.; dir. Libby, McNeill & Libby, National
pres., 1882, pres., 1883-7, Chicago Chamber of Packing Co., Illinois Cattle Co. Clubs: Chicago,
Commerce; elected dir., 1884, pres., 1887-95, Kenwood, Twentieth Century, Homewood. Of-
Chicago Dock Co.; elected dir. and vice-pres., fice: Union Stock Yards. Residence: 4923
1893, pres., 1895, and annually since of Calu- Greenwood Av. ; summer, Lake Geneva, Wis.
met and Chicago Canal and Dock Co.; elected CART WRIGHT, Charles Merritt, insurance
sec. of bondholders' protective committee, journalist; b. Waynesville, O., Nov. 2, 1869;
1895, pres., 1897, and annually since, of South s. Seth Levering and Emma F. Cartwright;
Side Elevated R. R. Co.; is also pres. Ro- began education in country schools; grad.
chelle & Southern R. R. Co. Mem. of Psi Up- Waynesville High School, 1886; attended Na-
silon, and of Wolf's Head (Yale College soc.). tional Normal University at Lebanon, O., and
Pres. St. Luke's Hosp. Republican. Clubs: Chi- grad. B.A., magna cum laurte, Princeton Univ..
cago, Onwentsia, Union, Commercial, Mer- 1894, receiving the Boudinot fellowship in
chants. Office: 135 Adams St. Residence: 108 history; m. Oak Park, Aug. 28, 1902, Kathryn
Cass St. B. Abbott; 1 son: Stanley Levering. Began
CARTER, Oliver Clinton, general freight newspaper work as reporter on staff of Chi-
agent Chicago, Indianapolis & Louisville Ry. ; cago Inter Ocean, 1894, becoming insurance
b. Bloomington, Ind., Mar. 27, 1864; s. John editor in 1895; resigned, 1898, to become
Clinton and Theresa Lucretia (Cron) Carter; editor of the Western Underwriter, then pub-
ed. public schools, Bloomington, Ind. Since lished in Cincinnati. A Chicago office was
Apr. 1, 1885, in service of Louisville, New Al- opened in 1899. Since 1900 has been mgr. of
bany & Chicago Ry. and its successor, the the Western Underwriter CQ., and its vice-
Chicago, Indianapolis & Louisville Ry. (Mo- pres. Also, since Jan., 1904, insurance editor
non Route), as messenger, clerk and baggage- of the Chicago Tribune. Republican. Episco-
man at Bloomington, Ind., 1885-6; asst. agent, palian. Office: 145 LaSalle St. Residence: 305
same place, 1886-7; clerk local freight office, N. Grove Av., Oak Park, 111.
Chicago, 1887-9; asst. traveling auditor, 1889- CARUS, Paul, editor of The Open Court and
1890; asst. traveling auditor and local agent The Monist (Chicago); b. Ilsenburg, Ger.,
Southern Ry. (L., N. A. & C. Ry. Co., Lessee), July 18, 1852; ed. in Gymnasium at Stettin,
Lawrenceburg, Ky., 1890-2; traveling auditor Univ. of Strassburg, and grad. Univ. of Tiibin-
L., N. A. & C. Ry. Co., and its successor, C., gen (Ph.D.), 1876; m. Mar. 29, 1888, Mary
I. & L. Ry. Co., 1892-1900; general store agent, Hegeler. Author. (For list of books, etc., see
Chicago, Indianapolis & Louisville Ry. Co., Who's Who in America.) Home: LaSalle,
1900-2; since Aug. 15, 1902, general freight 111. Business address: 1322 Wabash Av.
agent, same road. Republican. Mason (32), CABY, Frank, physician, b. Calumet, Wis.,
Scottish Rite, Indianapolis; mem. Medinah Oct. 21, 1857; s. Amzi B. Gary, M.D. (surgeon
Temple, Mystic Shrine, Chicago. Office: 198 U. S. A.), and Ellen E. Gary; student at Cor-
Custom House PI. Residence: 5217 Hibbard nell Univ. in class of 1881, also doing special
Av. work there u'nder direction of Dr. Bert G.
CARTER, Orrln N., lawyer, jurist; b. Jef- Wilder: grad. Rush Med. College, Chicago,
ferson Co., N. Y., Jan. 22, 1854; s. Benajah M.D., 1882; m. Aug. 13, 1885, Harriet Heyl
and Isabel (Cole) Carter; when he was 10 (A.B., Cornell; M.D., Blackwell Med. College,
years old parents removed to DuPage Co., New York); children: Eugene, Louis, Clara.
111.; early education district schools of New Soon after graduation entered Wisconsin State
York and Illinois; worked his way through Asylum as asst. to Dr. Walter Kempster for
Wheaton College, graduating, 1877 (LL.D., 6 months; then was interne at St. Luke's
1899); studied law in Chicago under Judge Hosp., Chicago, for 18 months, at end of
M. F. Tuley and Gen. I. N. Stiles.; taught which time went to New York to take special
school; county supt. of schools of Grundy studies in pathology under Dr. Welch; ap-
Co., 111., 1880-2; resigned to practice law; pointed pathologist to St. Luke's Hosp.; after-
m. Morris, 111., Aug. 1. 1881, Nettie J. Steven; ward lecturer and subsequently prof, of
children: Allan J., Ruth G. Admitted to bar, pathology and still later prof, of internal
1880; practiced at Morris, 111.; prosecuting medicine at the Woman's Med. College: obstet-
atty. of Grundy Co., 111., 1882-8, and had rician to St. Luke's Hosp. since 1891; also
charge of some important criminal trials, obstetrician at Michael Reese Hosp.. Mem. Chi-
notably the prosecution of Henry Schwartz cago Med. Soc., Am. Med. Assn.. Medico-Legal
and Newton Wott for the murder of Kellogg Soc. Also mem. Loyal Legion. Clubs: Chicago,
Nichols, an express messenger on the C., R. Chicago Athletic, Quadrangle. Office and resi-
I. & P. R. R., convicting both men and secur- dence: 2935 Indiana Av.
ing a verdict of imprisonment for life; came CABY, Bobert John, lawyer; b. Milwaukee,
to Chicago, 1888, and engaged in practice; Wis., Feb. 6, 1868; s. Alfred L. and Harriet
atty. for Sanitary District of Chicago (Drain- Maria (Van Slyke) Cary; grad. Harvard Univ.,
age Board), 1892-4: since 1894 county judge A.B., 1890; Harvard Law School, A.M., 1892.
of Cook Co., having been re-elected in 1898 Came from Milwaukee in 1892 and entered
and 1902. Republican. Mem. Warren Av. Con- office of Johnson & Morrill; in 1894 entered
gregational Church. Clubs: Union League, office of Charles H. Aldrich; formed partner-
Mencken, Congregational, Hamilton, Lincoln, fhip witli Bertrand Walker, 1895, as Cary &
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Walker, and on Feb. 1, 1904, firm name was
changed to GJennon, Oary & Walker. Firm
are general solicitors of Indiana, Illinois &
Iowa R. R. Co., and local attys. for Lake
Shore & Michigan Southern Ry. Co., New
York, Chicago & St. Louis Ry. Co., and Cleve-
land, Cincinnati, Chicago & St. Louis Ry. Co.;
general counsel for the Indiana Harbor R. R.
Co. Presbyterian. Clubs: University, Saddle
and Cycle. Office: 144 Van Buren St. Resi-
dence: 103 Lincoln Park Boul.
CASE, Alfred Ernest, lawyer; b. Momence,
111., Sept. 15, 1859; s. Spencer S. and Hannah
M. Case; ed. public schools; m. 1894, Ella L.
Cady; children: Homer W., Leonard. Began
business career as a clerk in a retail dry
goods store, with S. M. Rothschild, at Twenty-
eighth and State Sts., in 1877; then became in-
terested in merchandising on own account,
traveling through states of Illinois and In-
diana. In 1880 engaged in real estate business
with Isaac Drake, and began the study of law;
admitted to the bar, on examination, Mar. 24,
1883, and grad. Union College of Law same
year, and has ever since been engaged in
the general practice of law. Also pres. Farm-
ers' Loan & Trust Co. Republican. Office: 218
LaSalle St. Residence: Chicago; summer resi-
dence: Channel Lake, 111.
CASE, Charles Hosmer, retired underwriter;
born Coventry, Vt., Sept. 8, 1829; s. Rev.
Lyman and Phebe (Hollister) Case; ed. pub-
lic schools of Vermont and Bakersfield Acad.,
graduating 1851 (degree of LL.D. conferred
by Wheaton College, 1901); m. Mar. 25, 1852,
Laura P., daughter of Andrew Farnsworth, of
Bakersfleld, Vt. Came west from Vermont in
the spring of 1852; taught private academy
at Warsaw, 111., several years, and was for 5
years supt. of public schools at Warsaw;
entered on work of insurance adjuster and
special agent in 1862 (for the Home Insur-
ance Co. of New York, and the Insurance Co.
of North America, Philadelphia) ; removed to
Chicago, 1867, and became head of a local
fire insurance agency also; in 1871 became
mgr. for the Royal Insurance Co. of England,
for the Northwestern States, and continued
until he retired from business with a com-
petency; superintended erection of the Royal
Insurance Bldg., Chicago, at cost of over one
million dollars, 1883-5. Student of electricity,
bacteriology, psychology and archaeology. Re-
publican (alderman, Chicago, 1875-6). Congre-
gationalist; mem. 1st Congregational Church
(deacon and trustee) ; was supt. of the Sun-
day School 13 years; corporate mem. Am.
Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions
since 1875; trustee Wheaton College since
1890. Was formerly pres. board of directors
Washingtonian Home Assn. 25 years and sev-
eral years pres. of the Newsboy's Home, and
dir. Chicago Relief Soc. ; charter mem. Irving
Literary Soc. for 30 years, and of The
Gnosis (literary soc.) 7 years. Club: Union
League (from its organization). Residence:
201 Ashland Boul.
CASE, Edward Beecher, insurance; b. Bos-
ton, Mass., Feb. 2, 1853; s. Lyman G. and
Mary (Gushing) Case; early education public
schools of Cambridgeport, Mass.; grad. Phil-
lips' Acad., Andover, Mass., 1873; entered
Yale, 1873, in class 9f 1877, but left in 1875,
to enter business life, coming to Chicago;
m. Aurora, 111., Sept. 1, 1880, Lilly Prentiss;
children: Prentiss Hovey, Emma Louise, Lilly
Winifred, Edith. Was with the Royal Insur-
ance Co., 1875-97; now senior of the fire in-
surance firm of Case, Nye, Shepherd & Bow-
den. Mem. New England Soc. Republican.
Club: Union League. Office: 159 LaSalle St.
Residence: 859 Park Av.
CASE, Elisha W., president Case & Mar-
tin Co., pie bakers; b. Norwich, Conn., Jan. 3,
1833; s. John and Diana (Congdon) Case; ed.
public schools of Norwich; m. June 1, 1851,
Eliza Jane, daughter of William Baldwin, of
Branford, Conn.; children: John Morton,
Charles E., Elmer G., Edna J. In 1849 entered
employ of his brother, Charles A. Case, who
had been a manufacturer of pies at Norwich,
Conn., and moved in 1849 to New York; in
1854 they removed to Chicago and established
the Connecticut Pie Bakery at 72 Milwaukee
Av., then on the outskirts; conducted it until
1858, when they closed it out, taking charge
of the pie dept. of the newly established Me-
chanical Bakery; in 1863 went to a farm in
Clinton Co., la., while his brother joined
the army and died in 1864; returned to Chi-
cago, 1866, re-established the Connecticut Pie
Bakery, with S. F. W. Martin, on Apr. 26,
1869, the firm being Case & Martin until 1891,
when it was incorporated as Case & Martin
Co., of which is pres. Baptist; deacon of West-
ern Av. Baptist Church for 25 years; for 5
years deacon of Tabernacle Baptist Church.
Office: 105 Walnut St. Residence: 1497 Wash-
CASE, Munson T., lawyer; b. Castleton,
Rensselaer Co., N. Y., Apr. 8, 1857; s. Timothy
and Angeline (Cornell) Case; removed at 8
years of age, with parents, to Newton, N. J. ;
grad. from high school; read law in offices
in New Jersey and New York; m. Chicago,
Oct. 3, 1893, Pauline Deutsch. While studying
law in New York, health failed; discontinued
studies for a time; came west with father
in 1877 and assisted in various depts. of
work on the Green Bay & Minnesota R. R., of
which afterward became general passenger
agent and auditor, until 1884. From Green
bay came to Chicago as city passenger agent
for the Union Pacific; shortly afterwards went
to St. Louis to assume the general agency of
the Hannibal Short Line, until 1886; from
1886 to 1890 occupied various positions with
the freight dept. of the Union Pacific at Den-
ver, Colo.; then came to Chicago and resumed
the study of law, and was admitted to bar,
1891; junior mem. of firm of Case, Hogan &
Case, 1891-5; then practiced alone until 1903,
and now a mem. of the firm of Coburn & Case.
Office: 92 LaSalle St. Residence: 533 E. Sixty-
CASE, William Warren, lawyer; b. Worth'-
ington, O., Mar. 5, 1857; s. William Phelps
and Fredonia Whiting (Burr) Case; ed. Co-
lumbus, O., public schools and high school;
Harvard College, A.B., 1879; Harvard Law
School, 2 years, 1881-3; m. St. Paul, Minn.,
June 15, 1892, Marian Ward Ingersoll; chil-
dren: Elizabeth, Isabel, Winthrop Warren,
Emily. Admitted to bar at St. Paul, Minn.,
Oct., 1883; removed to Chicago, Dec. 24, 1884,
and since then engaged in general practice of
law; mem. of firm of Willits, Robbins & Case,
Sept., 1891; Green, Willits & Robbins, May 1,
1893; Willits, Case & Odell, June 1, 1894, to
Tune 1, 1896. Mem. Law Club and Chicago
Bar Assn. Republican. Clubs: Chicago City,
Chicago Literary, Skokie Country. Office: 172
Washington St. Residence: Winnetka, 111.
CASEY, John Dominick, lawyer; b. Chicago,
Aug. 4, 1864; s. Thomas P. and Katherine
(Bern) Casey; ed. Holy Family Bros.' School,
and at Dore public school and West Division
High School, Chicago; law course at Union
College of Law, LL.B., 1888; m. Chicago, Jan.
5, 1898, Margaret E. Canavan; 1 daughter:
Mary Katherine E. After leaving high school
was employed in operating dept. of the C.,
B. & Q. R. R., during which employment took
up study of law; engaged in law practice
since 1888; master in chancery of Circuit
Court of Cook Co., 1896-8; since 1898 asst.
to probate judge of Cook Co. Republican. R.
C. Mem. Illinois State Bar Assn., Cook Co.
Bar Assn., Chicago Law Institute. Mem.
Knights of Columbus. Office: Probate Court of
Cook Co. Residence: 52 Lytle St.
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CAS3ELBEEKY, William Evang, physician;
b. Philadelphia, Pa., Sept. 6, 1858; s. Jacob
Rush and Ellen Lane (Evans) Casselberry;
ed. Fremont Seminary, Norristown, Pa., 1870-
1872; Lincoln public school, grad. 1875; Univ.
of Pennsylvania, Auxiliary Dept. of Medicine,
1875-6; med. dept., 1876-9, graduating, M.D.,
1879; interne at Germantown Hosp., Phila-
delphia, 1879-81; post-graduate courses at
Univ. of Vienna, 1881-2; London Throat Hosp.,
1882; m. Chicago, June 23, 1891, Lilian Hib-
bard; children: Hibbard, Catherine, William
Evans, Jr. Since 1883 engaged in practice in
Chicago; specialist in diseases of the throat.
Prof, therapeutics, 1883-94, and of laryngology
since 1894, Northwestern Univ. Med. School;
laryngologist to St. Luke's and Wesley Hosps.
Mem. Chicago Acad. of Science; ex-pres. Am.
Laryngological Assn.; ex-president Chicago
Laryngological Assn.; mem. Am. Climatologl-
cal Assn., Am. Med. Assn., Illinois State Med.
Soc., Chicago Med. Soc. Republican. Mem.
P. E. Church. Clubs. University, Onwentsia,
Physicians. Office: 34 Washington St. Resi-
dence: 1830 Calumet Av.
CASTLE, Charles Suinuer, banker; b. Har-
rington, Cook Co., 111., May 13, 1859; s. Lester
D. and Lucy A. (Taylor) Castle; high school
education; m. Austin, 111., Apr. 16, 1893, Bessie
Kay wood; children: Ward C., Sidney L. Taught
district school, Palatine, 111., 1877-8; clerk
treasurer's office, Chicago, Rock Island & Pa-
cific Ry. Co., 1878-80; clerk freight auditor's
office, Chicago & North-Western Ry. Co., 1880-
1881; bookkeeper John V. Farwell Co., 1881-9;
postmaster, Austin, 111., 1889-94; treas. Town
of Cicero, 1894-97; elected president Austin
State Bank, Jan. 1, 1895 (still serving); vice-
pres. Federal Trust & Savings Bank, Chicago,
since June 2, 1902. Dir. Austin Safe Deposit
Co. and Kee & Chappell Dairy Co. Republican.
Mem. Royal League, National Union. Clubs:
Union League, Bankers, The Oaks (Austin).
Office: N. Y. Life Bldg. Residence: 322 N.
Central Av., Austin.
CASTLE, Egbert Hosford, mgr. Comstock-
Castle Stove Co.; b. Quincy, 111., Apr. 8, 1876;
s. James Seymour and Carrie (Hosford) Cas-
tle; ed. public schools of Quincy, 111.; m.
Quincy, 111., Oct. 29, 1902, Florence Newcomb.
After leaving school was in the stove business
with the Comstock-Castle Stove Co., conduct-
ing stove foundries at Quincy, 111.; came to
Chicago in 1897, as mgr. of the company's
branch in this city. Republican. Episcopalian.