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eral minor expdns. in Arctics; comdr. N.
Alaskan Expdn., 1898-99-1900. Charter mem.
of Polar Research Club; mem. Geog. and
Arctic Club of America; Folk Lore, An-
tiquarian, Anthrop. and Natural History
socs. ; Sons of Veterans, etc. Has written
for scientific journals since 1888; for mags.,
etc., since 1893; among recent contributions
are: A North Greenland Walrus Hunt,
Outing, March, 1899; Hunting for an Arctic
Larder, Outing, Jan., 1897; a number of
articles and stories of adventure in The
Youth's Companion. Address: Sea Foam
Av., Winthrop, Mass.

CLARK, George Whitefield, Bapt. cler-
gyman; b. S. Orange, N. J., Feb. 15, 1831; s.
John B. and Rebecca (Ball) C. ; and related



to Abraham Clark, the "signer"; grad.
Amherst, 1853 (D. D., Rochester Univ.,
1872) ; m. Susan C. Fish, Halifax, Vt. Pas-
tor of Bapt. chs. for 21 yrs. ; since 1880 con-
nected with Am. Bapt. Publication Soc. ;
now its financial agt. and missionary; for
30 yrs. devoted to exegetical studies. Author:
Harmony of the Gospels; Harmony of the
Acts; (6 vols, of) Commentaries on Mat-
thew, Mark, Luke, John, Acts, Romans
and Corinthians; Galatians to Philemon;
has commentaries on the remaining books
of the New Testament ready for publica-
tion, all B4. These books have been revised
and published as Clark's People's Commen-
tary. Address: Hightstown, N. J.

CLARK, Harry Willard, chemist Mass.
State bd. of health and dir. Lawrence expt.
sta. ; b. Melrose, Mass., Sept. 15, 1865; ed.
Cornell and Mass. Inst, of Technology.
Author of numerous papers on sanitary
subjects and expt. sta. reports. Address:
N. Andover, Mass.

"CLARK, Henry Scott," see Cox, Mil-
lard F.

CLARK, Horaee Spencer, lawyer; b.
Huntsburg, Geauga Co., O., Aug. 12, 1840; s.
Joseph M. P. and Charlotte (Brainerd) C. ;
ed. in Ohio public schools; Iowa State
Univ.; m. Williamsport, O., May 3, 1864,
Harriet E. Betts. 1st It. co. E, 73d Ohio
vol. inf., discharged on account of wounds
at Gettysburg, July 3, 1863; judge of Mat-
toon City Court; State senator 111., 1880-4;
delegate at large Rep. Nat. Conv., 1888;
comdr. G.A.R., dept. of 111., 1891; Rep. elector
at large, 1896, and chmn. Electoral Coll.,
111.; brig. -gen. comdg. 2d brigade 111. Nat.
Guard; Republican. Address: Mattoon, 111.

CLARK, Imogen, author; b. New York;
d. George H. and Phillie B. C. ; ed. Mme.
da Silva's French and English School.
Author: The Victory of Ezry Gardner, 1897
C7; Will Shakespeare's Little Lad, 1897 S3;
The Heresy of Parson Medlicott, 1900 C7;
God's Puppets, 1901 S3. Address: 302 W.
88th St., New York.

CLARK, J. Scott, prof. English language,
Northwestern Univ., since 1892; b. Copenha-
gen, N. Y., Sept. 23, 1854; 5. Hon. Nathan
C. ; grad. Syracuse Univ., 1877 (A. M., 1879);
m. Jan. 5, 1885, Carrie L. Johnson, Memphis,
Tenn.; prin. Evanston High School, 1879-
82; prof, rhetoric and English criticism,
Syracuse Univ., 1882-92. Author: A Practical
Rhetoric, 1886 H4; A Briefer Practical Rhet-
oric, 18S8 H4; The Art of Reading Aloud,
1892 H4; A Study of English Prose Writers,
1898 S3; A Study of English and American
Poets, 1900 S3. Residence: Evanston, 111.

CLARK, James G., prof, mathematics,
William Jewell Coll., since 1873; b. in Va. ;
grad. Univ. of Va. ; m. 1st, Jennie Hume,
Portsmouth, Va. ; 2d, Kate Mason Morfit,
Baltimore. Was asst. prof, mathematics
Univ. of Va., and later prof, mathematics
Columbian, Washington, until 1871; chmn.
of faculty, William Jewell Coll., 1883-92.
Author: Elements of the Infinitesimal Calcu-
lus (a text-book), 1875; History of William
Jewell College, 1892; etc. Address: Liberty,

CLARK, John Bates, prof, political econ-
omy, Columbia; b. Providence, R. I., Jan.
26, 1S47; studied at Brown, 1865-7; grad. Am-
herst, 1872 (Ph. D.; LL. D. ; also LL. D.,
Princeton); pres. Am. Econ. Assn. for 2
yrs. Author: The Philosophy of Wealth;
Wages; Capital and Its Earnings; The Dis-
tribution of Wealth; also articles on econ-
omic theory, trusts, money, etc. Address:
616 W. 113th St., New York.

CLARK, John Bullock, lawyer; b. Fay-
ette, Mo., Jan. 14, 1831; grad. Harvard Law
School, 1854; served in C. S. A., It. to brig.-
gen. ; resumed law practice at Fayette, Mo. ;
mem. Congress, 1873-83; then clerk of Ho.
of Reps, several yrs. Address: 1711 Riggs
PI., Washington.

CLARK, John Emory, prof, mathematics,
Sheffield Scientific School, Yale, since 1873;
b. Northampton, N. Y., Aug. 8, 1832; grad.
Univ. of Mich., 1856 (A. M., 1859; same,
Yale, 1873); m. Aug. 20, 1856, Caroline C.
Doty, Ann Arbor, Mich. Prof, mathematics,
Mich. State Normal School, 1856-7; asst.
prof, mathematics, Univ. of Mich., 1857-9;
studied at Univs. of Heidelberg, Munich
and Berlin, 1859-60; U. S. deputy surveyor
in Dakota, 1861-2, and in Colo., 1869; capt.
and maj. 5th Mich, cav., 1862-5; bvt. lt.-col.
U. S. vols., March, 1865; prof, mathematics
and astronomy, Antioch Coll., 1866-72; asst.
astronomer, Northern Boundary Comm'n,
1872. Address: 445 Orange St., New Haven,

CLARKIN, John Franklin, city editor
New York Evening Post; b. Blackstone,
Mass., Jan. 31, 1869; 5. Mitchell C; ed.
Franklin Acad.; attended Richmond, Va.,
Coll., and desultory study in Europe; m.
New York, 1896, Clara Hobart Cross, grand-
niece Commodore William H. Vanderbilt.
Asso. editor Providence Sunday Jour., 1891;
war corr. Providence Journal, Boston Tran-
script, New York Evening Post, Chicago
Record; mem. Nat. Arts Club, Soc. of the
Caribbean, New England Soc. Residence: 37
W. 34th St. Office: 206 Broadway, New York.

CLARK, John Spencer, publisher, au-
thor; b. Victor, N. Y., Oct. 5, 1835; s. George
W. and Abigail C. ; ed. common schools of
N. Y. State; m. Boston, 1859, Mary Ham-
matt Cotting. In publishing business in
Boston since 1855. Treas. Am. Statist.
Assn.; fellow Royal Statist. Assn., London;
mem. Am. Acad. Political and Social Sci-
ence, A. A. A. S., Nat. Edn'l Assn., Nat.
Geog. Soc, Nat. Arts Club. Asso. Author:
Prang's Shorter Course in Form Study and
Drawings, B7; Prang's Complete Course in
Form Study and Drawing, P7; The Prang
Course in Art Instruction for Graded
Schools, P7; The Prang Course in Art In-
struction for Ungraded . Schools, P7; The
Prang Elementary Course in Art Instruc-
tion, P7. Monographs: Creative Power in
Art; Creative Power in Industry; The Study
of Type Forms; Various Pamphlets on Art
Ed'n. Residence: 64 Pinckney St. Office:
Prang Educational Co., 110 Boylston St.,

CLARK, Joseph Bonrne, sec. Cong'l
Home Missionary Soc. (Nat.) since 1882; b.



Sturbridge, Mass., Oct. 7, 1836; s. Rev. Dr.
Joseph S. and Harriet Bates (Bourne) C;
ed. Munson Acad., Mass., 1850-1; Phillips
Acad., Andover, Mass., 1851-4; grad. Am-
herst Coll., 1858; Andover Theol. Sem., 1861
(D. D. Amherst, 1884); ordained Cong'l min-
ister, 1861; m. Falmouth, Mass., Oct. 23,
1878, Clara N. Herendeen; pastor 1st Ch.,
Yarmouth, 1861-8; Central Cong'l Ch., New-
tcnville, Mass., 1868-72; Central Cong'l Ch.,
Jamaica Plain, Boston, 1872-9. Sec. Mass.
Home Missionary Soc, 1879-82. Residence:
271 McDonough St., Brooklyn. Office: United
Charities Bldg., New York.

CLARK, Robert Bruce, Presby'n clergy-
man; b. Newark, N. J.; s. William H. and
Elizabeth S. (Munn) C. ; grad. Amherst,
1876; Union Theol. Sem., 1879; pastor 1st
Ch., Goshen, N. Y.; pres. Goshen Library
and Hist. Soc; organizer and musical dir.
Goshen Vocal Soc. ; organizer and mem.
bd. dirs. Goshen Light & Power Co. Address:
Goshen, N. Y.

CLARK, Ruins Wheelwright, P. E.
clergyman; b. Portsmouth, N. H., May 29,
1844; s. Rev. Rufus Wheelwright C. (D. D.)
and Eliza Walton C. ; grad. Williams, 1865
(A. M., 1868; D. D., 1890); Gen. Theol. Sem.,
New York, 1868; m. April 9, 1874, Lucy G.,
d. Gov. William Dennison of Ohio. Deacon,
1867; priest, 1868; rector St. John's, Ports-
mouth, N. H., 1868-71; Trinity Ch., Colum-
bus, O., 1871-7; St. Paul's Detroit, since
1877; mem. New England Soc. of Mich.;
Soc. of Colonial Wars. Chaplain-gen. Sons
Am. Revoution. Author: The Church in
Thy House; Addresses, Religious and Pa-
triotic. Address: 49 Erskine St., Detroit.

CLARK, Solomon Henry, prof, public
speaking, Univ. of Chicago, reader and lec-
turer; ed. Coll. City of New York, Queen's
Coll., Kingston, Can.; Univ. of Chicago; m.
Toronto, Can., Aug. 18, 1889, Anna Maude
Fralick. Author: Mental Technique, 01;
How to Read Aloud, 01; Principles of Vocal
Expression and Literary Interpretation
(with W. B. Chamberlain), 1895 S2; How
to Teach Reading in the Public Schools,
1898 S2; Practical Public Speaking (with F.
M. Blanchard), 1899 S3. Residence: 4617 Lake
Av., Chicago.

CLARK, Theodore Minot, architect; b.
Boston, Aug. 20, 1845; grad. Harvard, 1866;
m. Nov. 11, 1879, Jeannette French. Prof,
bldg. and architecture, in charge dept. of
architecture, Mass. Inst, of Technology,
1881-8. Author: Building Superintendence;
Architect, Owner and Builder Before the
Law; Rural School Architecture; many tech.
articles in journals and encys. Residence:
Newtonville, Mass. Office: 22 Congress St.,

CLARK, Thomas March, P. E. bishop
of R. I. since 1854; b. Newburyport, Mass.,
July 4, 1812; ed. at Phillips Acad., Andover;
grad. Yale, 1831; studied Princeton Theol.
Sem., 1831-5 (D. D., Union Coll., N. Y., 1851;
Brown, 1860; LL. D., Cambridge, Eng.,
1867). In 1835 licensed to preach in Presby'n
Ch., Newburyport, Mass., but next yr. took
deacon's and priest's orders in P. E. Ch.

Rector Grace Ch., Boston, 1836-43; St. An-
drew, Phila., 1844-7; Trinity Ch., Boston,
1847-51; Christ Ch., Hartford, 1851-4. Author:
Formation of Character; Primary Truths of
Religion; Readings and Prayers as Aid in
Private Devotion; Reminiscences (1895); The
Dew oi! Youth; Early Discipline and Cult-
ure; The Efficient Sunday School Teacher;
etc. Address: Providence, R. I.

CLARK, Victor Selden, educator, jour-
nalist; b. Portageville, N. Y., June 12, 1868;
s. Maj. Selden N. (died 1890, Washington
eorr. New York Tribune) and Helen E.
(Davis) C. ; ed. N. Y. and Minneapolis; grad.
Univ. of Minn., Litt. B., 1890; hon. fellow,
Chicago Univ., 1892-3; student at Gbttingen
and Berne univs. ; fellow Columbia Univ.,
1897-8 (Ph. D., Columbia, 1900); unmarried.
High school prin. and supt. in Minn., 1893-
7; supt. public instruction and pres. Insular
Bd. of Ed'n of Puerto Rico under mil. govt.;
Republican. Editor: The Colloquies of Eras-
mus (Latin), 1895 Gl; Eutropius' Historia
Romana (Latin), 1897 L16. Author: Teach-
ers' Manual, 1900 S6; Studies in the Latin
of the Middle Ages and the Renaissance
(Doctor's Dissertation, Columbia Univ.),
1900. Wrote: Education in Puerto Rico,
W8; same title, Forum, Nov., 1900. Resi-
dence: 229 R St. N. E. Office: Public Affairs
Press Bureau, Washington.

CLARK, Walter, landscape artist; b.
Brooklyn, March 9, 1848; s. Daniel Candee
and Helen Maria (Ballard) C. ; m. June 15,
1876, Jennie W: Clark. Began study of art,
1876; pupil Nat. Acad, of Design, Prof. Wil-
marth and Art Students' League. Entered
studio of J. S. Hartley and followed sculp-
ture 5 yrs. ; began landscape work, 1881,
and received much instruction from the
late George Inness. Exhibited at World's
Columbian Exp'n, 1893; Paris Exp'n, 1900;
Pan-Am. Exp'n, Buffalo, N. Y., 1901. Asso.
mem. Nat. Acad. Design; mem. Soc. Am.
Artists, Soc. of Landscape Painters, New
York Water Color Club, Century and Sal-
magundi clubs, and Artists' Fund Soc.
Studio: Van Dyck Studios, 939 8th Av.
Residence: 37 W. 84th St., New York.

CLARK, Walter, justice Supreme Court,
N. C. since 1889; b. Halifax Co., N. C,
Aug. 19, 1846; grad. Univ. of N. C, June 2,
1864 (A. M., LL. D.); m. Jan. 28, 1874, Susan
W., d. Gov. and U. S. Senator W. A. Gra-
ham of N. C. Studied law; admitted to
practice, 1868; judge superior court N. C,
1885-9. Author: Annotated Code of Civil Pro-
cedure, 3d edition, 1900; Laws for Business
Men, 1883; Overruled Cases, 1884; Translated
from Original French, Constant's Memoirs
of Napoleon (3 vols.), 1895 M3; compiled
and edited North Carolina State Records
(10 vols.), 1894-1901; Histories of North
Carolina Regiments, 1861-5 (3 vols), and is-
sued reprints of 25 vols. N. C. Supreme
Court Reports with annotations, etc. ; has
contributed to Arena, Mag. of Am. His-
tory, North Am. Review, Harper's and
other mags. Address: Raleigh, N. C.

CLARK, Walter Appleton, artist, illus-
trator; b. Worcester, Mass., 1876; pupil of
H. Siddons Mowbray and William M.



Chase. Best known by his cover designs
and illustrations on Scribner's Mag. Ex-
hibited Paris Expn., 1900. Address: 126 W.
104th St., New York.
CLARK, William Andrews, U. S. sen-
ator; b. nr. Connellsville, Pa., Jan. 8, 1839;
ed. Laurel Hill Acad, and other acads. ;
studied law Mt. Pleasant, la., Univ.; did
not enter legal profession; taught school,
Mo., 1859-60; went to Colo., 1862; to Mont.,
1863; since then mcht., banker, mine-owner,
mfr., having large interests; owns st. rys.
of Butte, the Miner newspaper; etc.; pres.
United Verde Copper Co., of Ariz.; m.
March, 1869, Kate L. Stauffer (died, 1893);
State orator, representing Mont, at Centen-
nial Expn., 1S76; grand master Masons,
Mont, 1877; maj. Butte battalion, leading
it in Nez Perce campaign, 1878; pres. con-
stitutional convs., 1884 and 1889; comm'r
from Mont, to New Orleans Expn., 1884;
Dem. candidate for delegate in Congress,
1888 (defeated) ; nominated by Democrats
for U. S. Senator, 1890, and claimed elec-
tion, but was denied seat; candidate for U.
S. senate, 1898, and elected. A contest en-
sued at Washington, but before investiga-
tion concluded he resigned; elected for
term 1901-7 in legislature. Home: Butte,
Mont. Office : 43 Cedar St., New York.

CLARK, William Anthony, director in
charge of Lincoln House Coll. Settlement;
b. Mineral Point, Wis., July 13, 1867; grad.
Harvard, 1893; directs work of settlement
(social and edn'l instn. not charitable);
settlement includes 1,200 people, kindergar-
ten children, girls, boys, young men, young
women, women and men, in clubs and
classes. Editor of Lincoln House Review.
Wrote (2 chapters in) City Wilderness, 1899
H5; Boys' Clubs, 1901; A System of Play-
Work, 1901; also pamphlets and mag. ar-
ticles on social and edn'l work. Address: 120
Shawmut Av., Boston.

CLARK, William Mullock, prof, geol-
ogy and dir. geol. laboratory Johns Hop-
kins since 1894; State geologist of Md. since
1896; b. Brattleboro, Vt., Dec. 15, 1860; grad.
Amherst, 1884; Ph. D., Univ. of Munich,
Germany, 1887; continued studies in Ber-
lin and London; m. Oct. 12, 1892, Ellen C.
Strong of Boston. Became connected with
Johns Hopkins, 1887, as instr. ; apptd. asso.
prof., 1892-4. Mem. staff U. S. Geol. Survey
since 1888; dir. Md. Weather Service since
1891. Comm'r for State of Md. on Resurvey
Mason & Dixon Line since 1900. Asso.
editor Jour, of Geology; mem. numerous
Am. and European scientific socs. Author:
The Eocene Deposits of the United States;
The Mesozoic Echinodermata of the United
States, and other papers in U. S. Geol. Sur-
vey pubs.; also several vols, of the Mary-
land Geol. Survey and articles in scientific
journals. Address: Johns Hopkins Univ.,

CLARK, William Thomas, soldier; b.
Norwalk, Conn., June 29, 1831; j. Levi and
Fanny C. ; served pvt. to bvt. maj. -gen.
Union army in Civil war; chief of staff
and adj. -gen. Army of Tenn., until battle
of Atlanta, July 22, 1864, when he received

two bvts. ; took command of brigade and
div. ; left army, 1866, as div. comdr. ; en-
gaged in business, Galveston, Tex. ; tn.
Nov. 13, 1856, Laura Clark of Hartford,
Conn. Mem. Congress, 1869-73, from Gal-
veston dist. ; Republican; secured first ap-
propriation of $100,000 for harbor, which re-
sulted in the completion of the jetties,
making Galveston one of the most impor-
tant ports of U. S. Is last surviving adj.
and chief of staff of Grant's old Army of
the Tenn. Address: 1528 U St. N. W., Wash-

CLARKE; see also Clark.

CLARKE, Adelaide Prince (Mrs. Cres-
ton Clarke), see Prince, Adelaide.

CLARKE, Alhert, lawyer, economist, sec.
Home Market Club, Boston, since July,
1889; b. Granville, Vt., Oct. 13, 1840; 5. Jed-
ediah and Mary (Woodbury) C; grad.
Barre, Vt., Acad., 1859 (hon. A. M., Dart-
mouth Coll., 1888); studied and practiced
law, Montpelier, Vt., 1859-65; tn. Rochester,
Vt., Jan. 21, 1864, Josephine Briggs. En-
listed 13th Vt. vol. inf., Aug., 1862; thrice
promoted; comd. co. Gettysburg and cap-
tured cannon and prisoners. Mem. Vt. sen-
ate, 1874; Mass. Ho. Reps., 1896-7-8, chmn.
Com. Ways and Means; delegate Nat. Rep.
Conv., 1892; col. on Gov. Dillingham's staff,
Vt., 1865; judge advocate gen., G. A. R.,
1897. Pres. Vt. and Can. R. R., 1885-6; Old
Colony Zinc and Smelting Co., since 1899;
trustee of large estate since 1897; mem. U.
S. Industrial Comm'n, 1899-1900. Editor
and most of time propr. St. Albans (Vt.)
Messenger, 1868-80; on editorial staff Bos-
ton Daily Advertiser, 1883-5; editor and
mgr. Rutland (Vt.) Herald, 1886-9; editor
Home Market Bulletin (now Protectionist
Mag.) since 1889. Author many addresses
and pamphlets, etc. Residence: Wellesley
Hills, Mass. Office: 11 Bedford St., Boston.

CLARKE, Augustas Peck, M. D., dean
Coll. Phys. & Surg., Boston, since 1894; b.
Pawtucket, R. I., Sept. 24, 1833; grad.
Brown (A. M., 1861); grad. Harvard Med.
School, 1862; surgeon U. S. A., 1861-5; prof,
gynecology and abdominal surgery, Coll.
Phys. & Surg., since 1893; sec. Cambridge
Soc. for Med. Improvements, 1870-5; v. -p.
Am. Med. Assn., 1895-6; pres. Gynecol. Soc,
Boston, 1891-2; v. -p. Pan -Am. Med. Con-
gresses, Washington, 1893, and Mexico, 1896;
mem. 9th Internat. Congress, Washington,
1887; 10th, Berlin, 1890; 11th, Rome, 1894;
12th, Moscow, Russia, 1897 (hon. pres. sect,
obstetrics and gynecology in latter); 13th
Paris, 1900; mem. Mass. Med. Soc; Am.
Assn. of Obstetrics and Gynecology; Am.
Public Health Assn. Contributor to med. lit-
erature. Residence: 825 Mass. Av., Cam-
bridge, Mass.

CLARKE, Benjamin Franklin, prof,
mech. eng'ring, Brown Univ.; b. Newport,
Me., July 14, 1831; grad. Brown Univ., 1S63
(A. M., 1866; Sc D., 1897); tn. Aug. 2, 1864,
Mary Elizabeth Reynolds, Providence, R.
I. Long connected with faculty of Brown
Univ.; acting pres., 1896-7, 1898-9. Residence:
89 Brown St., Providence, R. I.



CLARKE, Creston, actor; b. Phila., Aug.
20, 1865; s. John Sleeper C, and nephew-
late Edwin Booth, actor; attended Coll. of
St. Croix, Paris, France; grad. Hampstead
Collegiate School, London, 1886; m. April
17, 1895, at New York, Adelaide Prince,
actress. Began professional career in Lon-
don, 1882; 1st appearance on Am. stage at
Wallack's, New York; has attained suc-
cess in tragic roles. Author: The Last of
His Race (drama). Part author of The
Ragged Cavalier (comedy drama). Address:
Players' Club, Gramercy Park, New York.
CLARKE, Edith Emily, librarian Univ.
of Vt. since Sept. 1, 1898; b. Syracuse, N.
Y., Nov. 5, 1859; d. Rev. Joseph Morison C.
(D. D.) and Emily (Balio) C; Ph. B., Sy-
racuse Univ., 1881; taught in various
schools, 1881-7; studied, 1887-9, and grad.
Library School, Columbia Coll. ; chief cata-
loguer, Columbia Univ. library, 1889-90;
head cataloguer Newberry Library, Chica-
go, 1890-4; arranger of library of Woman's
Bldg., World's Columbian Exp'n, 1893;
chief of cataloguing, Library of Public
Documents, Washington, 1895-8; compiler
of bound Catalogue of Public Documents
of the U. S., 1893-5; of its supplement,
1895-6; and of monthly catalogues, 1896-8.
Address: Burlington, Vt.
CLARKE, Frank Wigglesworth, chief
chemist U. S. Geol. Survey and hon. curator
of minerals, U. S. Nat. Museum, since 1883;
b. Boston, March 19, 1847; grad. Lawrence
Scientific School, Harvard, 1867; in. Sept.
9, 1874, Mary P. Olmsted. Instr. Cornell,
1869; prof, chemistry, Howard Univ., Wash-
ington, 1873-4; prof, chemistry and phy-
sics, Univ. of Cincinnati, 1874-83. Mem.
Washington Acad, of Sciences; fellow A.
A. A. S. ; corr. mem. British Assn. ; etc.
Author: Weights, Measures and Money of
All Nations; Elements of Chemistry; Con-
stants of Nature; Report on the Teaching
of Chemistry and Physics in the United
States, 1881 U3; also several bulletins of
U. S. Geol. Survey, and papers in scientific
journals on chem. and mineralogical sub-
jects. Address: U. S. Geol. Survey, Wash-
CLARKE, Helen Archibald, editor, au-
thor, composer; b. Phila. ; d. Dr. Hugh A.,
prof, of music Univ. of Pa., and J. M.
(Searle) C. ; ed. under governesses at pri-
vate school; grad. musical dept. Univ. of
Pa., 1884; mem. while in Phila. of New Cen-
tury Club, Contemporary Club, Music Man-
uscript Soc, v.-p. Browning Soc, now mem.
The Boston Authors' Club, Boston Twen-
tieth Century Club, Walt Whitman Fellow-
ship Internat. ; hon. mem. and v.-p. Boston
Browning Soc. First compositions published
about 1880; first contributed literary arti-
cles to mags., 1887. In Jan., 1889, founded,
with Charlotte Porter, Poet-Lore; editor
same to date; moved to Boston, April, 1892;
delivered lectures on mythology in Phila.,
1890, 1897, 1898; frequently gives addresses
on various literary topics in Phila. and
Boston. Editor (with Charlotte Porter):
Robert Browning's Poems, 1896 C7; The
Ring and the Book, by Robert Browning,

1897 C7; Translations from the French in
Clever Tales, 1897 C5; Robert Browning's
Complete Poetical Works, 1898 C7; Browning
Study Programmes, 1900 C7; Mrs. Brown-
ing's Complete Poetical Works, 1900 C7.
Composer of piano music, Pll, and song
published by Poet-Lore Co., Boston. Con-
tributed articles on poetry, etc., to Ameri-
can, Phila., 1888-9; on Shakespeare Music,
to Shakespeariana, 1888; essays, reviews,
editorials, etc., to Poet-Lore, Boston, 1889,
to date; Music in the Poets, Music, Chicago,
Feb., 1892, June, 1894; Musical By-Ways,
Music Review, Chicago, 1894; On the Value
of Contemporary Judgment, Boston Brown-
ing Soc. papers, 1897 Ml; articles in Conser-
vator, Phila., since 1894, also to Open Court,
Chicago, Popular Science Monthly, New
York. Residence: 3 Joy St. Office: 16 Ash-
burton PL, Boston.

CLARKE, Hugh Archibald,- prof, music
Univ. of Pa. since 1875; b. Canada, Aug.
15, 1S39; ed. Knox Coll. (Mus. Doc, Univ.
of Pa., 1886); m. 1859, Jane M. Searle, To-
ronto, Can.; resided in Phila. since 1860.
Address: 223 S. 38th St., Philadelphia.

CLARKE, James P., gov. Ark., 1895-7; b.
Yazoo City, Miss., Aug. 18, 1854; .s. Walter
and Ellen (White) C. ; ed. public schools,
later in acads. Miss. ; grad. law dept. Univ.
of Va., 1878; began law practice, 1879, Hel-
ena, Ark.; m. Helena, Nov. 10, 1883, Sallie,
d. Francis Marion and Nannie B. Moore.
Elected state legislature, 1886; remained
through session of 1887; elected State senate,
1888-92 (pres., 1891, and ex-officio It.-gov.);
att'y-gen. Ark., 1893-4; declined 2d term;
elected gov. Sept., 1894; served 2 yrs., from
Jan., 1895; declined re-election; moved to
Little Rock, Ark., and resumed law prac-
tice; now Ark. mem. Dem. Nat. Com.
Address: 112 Louisiana St., Little Rock, Ark.

CLARKE, John Mason, geologist; b. Can-
andaigua, N. Y., April 15, 1857; 5. Noah T.
C. ; ed. Amherst and Univ. of Gottingen;
prof, geology and mineralogy, 1881-4, Smith
Coll., Northampton, Mass.; lecturer geology,
1885-6, Mass. State Agr'l Coll., Amherst;
asst. palaeontologist, State of N. Y., 1886;
prof, geology, Rensselaer Polytechnic Inst.,
Troy, N. Y., and asst. State geologist, N.
Y., 1894; State palaeontologist, N. Y. (pal-
aeontology and stratigraphic geology), 1898;
author of numerous geol. and palaeon.
books and papers. Address: Albany, N. Y.

CLARKE, John Proctor, justice Su-
preme Court of N. Y. since Dec. 22, 1900;
b. Florence, Italy (of Am. parents), April
23, 1856; s. Isaac Edwards and Mary (Proc-
tor) C. ; grad. "Yale, 1878; studied law in
office, Northampton, Mass. ; admitted to
Mass. bar Oct., 1880; m. Shrewsbury, N. J.,
June 25, 1884, Sarah M. Parker. Apptd. asst.
U. S. att'y, southern dist. N. Y., July 1,
1881; resigned May 1, 1886; mem. law firm
Hascall, Clarke & Van der Poel to March
1, 1895; asst. corporation counsel New York
in Mayor Strong's administration until Jan.
1, 1898; active in campaigns; accompanied
Gov. Roosevelt on western trip, 1900. Mem.
Union League Club, Rep. Club, pres. West
Side Rep. Club, Bar. Assn., etc. Residence:



1 W. 81st St. Office: County Court House,
New York.

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