USA senator from Indiana from 1899 until 1911 who was simply important in sponsoring the Government Meat Inspection Action of 1906. He was also a significant historian and article writer who composed about the lives of a number of important Us citizens including Abraham Lincoln. He was an alumnus of Indiana Asbury School (afterwards DePauw School), that he graduated in 1885, gaining a Ph.B. level. He received a Pulitzer Reward for his four-volume “THE LIFE SPAN of John Marshall,” that was released between 1916 and 1919. His parents had been both of British history; he was wedded to Catherine. He backed Theodore Roosevelt in his founding from the Intensifying Party and went within the party solution for Indiana governor in 1912 and senator in 1914, but dropped both races.