Taught in public schools, 1881-1889. Admitted to bar, 1889. Practiced at Williamsport, 1889-1896, Lafayette, Indiana, 1896-1905.
Member Indiana Senate, 1890. Member 54th Congress (1895-1897). Candidate for United States Senate, 1899.
Governor of Indiana, 1905-1909. Prohibition nominee for President of the United States, 1916. Now in practice at Indianapolis.
Also lecturer. Editor National Enquirer and Indianapolis Daily Commercial. President Flying Squadron Foundation and Enquirer Printing & Public Company Home: Indianapolis, Ind.