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CONTENTS. 



Page. 

Population 2 

Listed Male Residents, First List 3 

Listed Male Residents, Supplementary 4 

Listed Male Residents, Including Supplementary 5 

Registered Male Voters on First Printed List, August 1, 1910. . . 6 

Registered Male Voters, State Primary, 1910 7 

Number of Members of Each Political Party Enrolled in Each 

Voting Precinct, 1910 8-10 

Democratic Votes Cast at State Primary, 1910. 

For Representatives in Congress 12, 13 

For Councilor, Third District 14 

For Senators • 15' 

For Representatives in General Court 16-19 

For State Committee 20 

For Delegates to State Convention 21-25 

For Delegates to Councilor Convention, Second District 26 

For Delegates to Councilor Convention, Fourth District 27 

For Delegates to County Convention 28-32 

For Delegates to District Attorney Convention 33-37 

For Ward Committees 38-42 

Number of Democratic Ballots Cast 43 

Republican Votes Cast at State Primary, 1910. 

For. Representatives in Congress 46-47 

For Councilor, Third District 48 

For Senators 49 

For Representatives in General Court. 50-52 

For State Committee 53 

For Delegates to State Convention 54-57 

For Delegates to Councilor Convention, Second District 58 

For Delegates to Councilor Convention, Fourth District 59 

For Delegates to County Convention 60-63 

For Delegates to District Attorney Convention 64-67 

For Ward Committees 68-72 

Number of Republican Ballots Cast 73 



Registered Male Voters, State Election, 1910 76 

Votes Cast at State Election, 1910. 

For Governor 77-92 

For Lieutenant Governor 93-100 

For Secretary 101 

For Treasurer and Receiver General 101 

For Auditor 101 

For Attorney General 102 

For Representatives in Congress 103-111 

For Councilors 112-114 

For Senators 115-124 

For Representatives in General Court 125-137 

For District Attorney 138 

For Sheriff 139 



iv City Document No. 13. 

Number of Men Registered who Voted, State Election, 1910. . . . 140 



Registered Male Voters, City Election, 1911 142 

Total Number of Names of Women on First Printed List, 1911. . 143 

Registered Female Voters, City Election, 1911 144 

Votes Cast at City Election, 1911. 

For City Council 145-153 

For School Committee 154-162 

On the question: Shall Licenses be Granted for the Sale of 

Intoxicating Liquors in this City? 163-169 



Number of Men Registered who Voted at City Election, 1911. . . 170 
Number of Women Registered who Voted for School Committee 

at City Election, 1911 171 

Inventor}^ of Property Belonging to the Election Department . . . 172 



ANNUAL REPORT 



ELECTION DEPARTMENT 

FOR THE YEAR ENDING JANUARY 31, 191L 



Boston, March 28, 1911. 

Hon. John F. Fitzgerald, 

Mayor of the City of Boston: 

Sir, — In compliance with section 24 of chapter 3 of 
the Revised Ordinances, the Board of Election Com- 
missioners respectfully submits its annual report. 

Number of Voters. 

At the city election held January 11, 1910, the number 
of male voters on the list was 112,265. The number of 
such voters on the first list published by the Board 
July 15, 1910, was 101,647. From that time to the 
close of registration for the city election there were added 
the names of 9,622 male voters. The number of male 
voters on the final list sent to the polls on the day of the 
city election, held January 10, 1911, was 110,223, a 
decrease of 2,042. 

There were 11,912 female voters registered for the 
city election in 1910. There were 11,269 female voters 
registered for the city election in 1911, a decrease of 643. 
The total decrease of male and female voters from the 
preceding city election was 2,685. 



vi City Document No. 13. 

Laws Relating to Elections. 

Among the laws enacted b;^ the General Court during 
the session of 1910, which amended the general laws 
relating to elections, are the follo¥/ing acts : 

Chapter 55, entitled '^An Act to Prohibit the Publica- 
tion of Unsigned Political Advertisements, Ciijculars and 
Posters in Certain Cases,'' places the same restrictions 
around the publication of any paid matter in a news- 
paper or other periodical which is designed to aid, 
injure or defeat a constitutional amendment, or any 
other question submitted to the voters as now surrounds 
the publication of any such matter in reference to a 
candidate; and also the same safeguards around such 
matter in circulars and posters. 

Chapter 182, entitled ^^An Act Relative to the Filling 
of Vacancies in Nomination Papers," provides: ^'If 
at any time subsequent to the expiration of the time for 
filling vacancies it shall appear that a vacancy has been 
created by death, the chairman of the city or town com- 
mittee may file with the city or town clerk or, in Boston, 
with the election commissioners, a new name to fill such 
vacancy; and if the time is sufficient therefor, the new 
name shall be printed upon the official ballot.'' 

Chapter 200, entitled ''An Act Relative to the Placing 
of Statements on Nomination Papers," provides that 
a candidate for renomination, if he has held public 
office, may state so on his nomination paper, provided 
he is at the time an incumbent of the office for which 
he seeks a renomination for another term, but not 
otherwise. 

Use of Schoolhouses fok Election Purposes. 

On May 9 the Election Commissioners held a con- 
ference with the School Committee with reference to the 
location of polling places in school basements. At that 
conference the secretary of the School Committee ''was 
directed to notify the Election Board that in pursuance 
of the understanding reached at the conference held 
with that Board this day, the Election Commissioners 
are to be allowed the use for polling places of the same 
rooms in schoolhouses as were occupied for this purpose 
at the last city election, and of such additional rooms as 
the School Committee may permit during the current 
year; that the question of the propriety of the School 
Committee exacting rental from the Board of Election 



Election Department. vii 

Commissioners and the amount thereof shall be referred 
to the Finance Commission; and if the Finance Com- 
mission shall decide that a charge for rental on the 
part of the School Committee is proper, the Board of 
Election Commissioners will include whatever amount 
the Finance Commission has determined is proper in 
its estimates for the ensuing year, and will endeavor in 
good faith to secure from the Mayor and the City Council 
an appropriation to cover such expense." 

In accordance with this understanding the matter of 
rental was referred to the Finance Commission which, 
on June 3, recommended that the School Committee 
establish charges for the use of school buildings by the 
Election Commissioners and that if no agreement could 
be reached between the departments in reference to the 
amount of rental, the Finance Commission would under- 
take to decide what the proper rates should be. As the 
Election Board and the School Committee were unable 
to agree on the amount to be charged as rental for the 
use of school basements for election purposes, this 
matter was also referred to the Finance Commission 
for consideration. At the time of writing this report 
the commission has not as yet rendered a decision in 
this matter. 

Voting Booths. 

As the use of school basements for polling places has 
proved beneficial from all points of view to the munici- 
pality and as such use no doubt will be a permanent one, 
at least so far as this department is concerned, the 
Election Board was confronted with the question of 
disposing of a number of its iron voting booths. In 
connection with this matter the following letter was 
addressed to his Honor the Mayor: 

The Election Department has stored in Roxbury, South 
Boston, East Boston and Charlestown sixty-nine iron voting 
booths, with sixty-eight stoves therein. 

By reason of the fact that the Election Department now 
uses a number of basements in schools as polling places, these 
booths have become no longer necessary for use in this 
department. 

Because the use of school basements for polling places 
does not discommode the schools for school purposes, and 
because this arrangement is of economical advantage to the 
city, the practice of locating such polling places in these base- 
ments no doubt will be permanent. 



viii City Document No. 13. 

The matter of nominal rent for the use of such basements 
was placed by the School Committee before the Finance 
Commission, which has this matter now under consideration. 

By disposing of these booths the Election Department will 
save the rental of two lots on which they are stored and the 
ordinary repairs of these booths. 

Your Honor has suggested that some other departments 
of the city may have use for some of these booths. We shall 
be glad to transfer, under your direction, to other depart- 
ments such booths as they may need. 

As the value of the remainder may be above the sum of 
$500, this department requests authority from the city govern- 
ment to sell the whole, with stoves, or any part thereof, to the 
highest bidder or bidders. 

In accordance with the suggestion of his Honor, the 
various departments were notified of this matter. We 
have had requests in writing from other departments for 
a number of booths and the transfer of such booths to 
other departments is now taking place. 

Registration before Primary. 

In former years the only evening registration at the 
ward registration places was held preceding the state 
and city elections. No evening registration was ever 
held at the' ward registration places preceding the 
primaries. This year the Board voted to open such 
registration for three evenings preceding the primary. 
Tw^o thousand one hundred thirty-eight voters were 
registered at these three sessions. The results attained 
may warrant the Board in following this precedent. 

Recounts. 

The recount of votes cast for candidates at the state 
election was unusually small. Petitions were filed only 
for the recount of the votes cast for Congress in Ward 6 
and for Representatives in Wards 21 and 24. Instead 
of recounting such votes in Faneuil Hall, as is customary, 
the recount was held at the office of the Election Depart- 
ment and was finished in one day. 

For the first time in the history of the Board no 
petitions for recount of votes were filed after the 
city election. In connection with this matter of 
recounts we insert here the following letter addressed 
to the Election Law^s Committee of the House of 
Representatives : 



Election Department. ix 

Election Laws Committee of the House of Representatives: 

Gentlemen, — We have received a letter asking for opinion 
on bill entitled, ''An Act Relative to the Recounting of Votes 
Cast at Caucuses and Elections in the City of Boston." 

We would say that the Election Board is opposed to this 
bill and Mayor Fitzgerald of Boston has authorized Arthur L. 
Spring, Esq., of the Law Department, to appear in opposition 
to it. 

In most every state recounts are not allowed unless the 
petitioners present to a court of competent jurisdiction affirma- 
tive evidence of fraud or other matters sufficient to authorize 
the court to order a recount. 

In Massachusetts, however, the law is extremely liberal in 
this matter. No affirmative evidence of fraud whatsoever is 
required. In Boston a recount may be had if fifty or more 
voters of a ward sign in person and file with the Election Com- 
missioners a statement sworn to by one of the signers that 
they have reason to believe, and do believe, that the records 
made by the election officers in such ward are erroneous, 
specifying the error, and that they believe a recount will affect 
the election of candidates, specifying the candidates, or will 
affect the decision of a question, specifying the question. 

Formerly a recount could be had in Boston upon a petition 
of ten voters of a ward, but recounts at that time were so 
numerous and for such frivolous reasons that the Election 
Board in 1904 advocated the passage of a bill requiring fifty 
signers of each ward, and this bill became law and is now 
chapter 293 of the Acts of 1904. (See section 300, chapter 
560, Acts of 1907.) 

The bill now under discussion throws wide open the oppor- 
tunity for unnecessary recounts. It provides in substance 
that any candidate whose vote is equal to 80 per cent of the 
vote of a candidate nominated at a primary or elected at an 
election shall be entitled to a recount both for himself and for 
a candidate so nominated or elected by filing a petition in 
writing with this Board. 

In other words, in a representative district casting 3,600 
votes, if the successful candidate received 2,000 and the defeated 
candidate received 1,600, the defeated candidate would have 
the right of a recount. In a senatorial district casting 10,800 
votes, if the successful candidate received 6,000 and the 
defeated candidate 4,800, the latter would have a right to a 
recount. If in the entire City of Boston the successful candidate 
received 50,000 and the defeated candidate received 40,000, the 
latter would have a right to a recount. This seems to be the 
acme of absurdity. 

At the recount of the votes cast at the municipal election in 
1907, there was a net change between Mr. Fitzgerald and Mr. 
Hibbard of 9. In the recount of votes cast at the last municipal 
election, there was a net change between Mr. Fitzgerald and 



X City Document No. 13. 

Mr. Storrow of 13 votes. In the former election there were 
91,000 votes cast and in the latter election there were 95,895 
votes cast. 

There has never been a case where a candidate receiving 
about 80 per cent, or anything near it, of the votes cast for a 
successful candidate was declared elected by a recount. In 
fact the changes in candidates by a recount in Boston have 
been few and far between, and then only when the difference 
between the candidates in the district was only a very small 
number of votes. There has never been a change in the 
recount of a person declared elected alderman-at-large, and 
in the last seven years only three or four changes in persons 
elected to office, and this occurred in districts where the differ- 
ence between candidates was a very small number of votes, — 
less than 1 per cent. 

This bill ought to be entitled ^'A Bill to Recount all the 
Votes Cast at Primaries and Elections in Boston." 

If this bill becomes a law, persons would avail themselves 
of the provisions of it, not because they believed there was 
an error and for the purpose of ascertaining who was elected, 
which is the true purpose of a recount, but for the most frivolous 
reasons imaginable. 

We are also opposed to it because of the additional expense 
it would entail on the City of Boston. This bill would increase 
the number of recounts and would entail an increased expendi- 
ture of money. 

We are of the opinion that the present law is working well in 
this city and has accomplished all the purposes intended. 

This bill failed of passage. 

Election Officers. 

The statutes provide that the election officers shall be 
so appointed as equally to represent the two leading 
political parties, except that, without disturbing the 
equal representation of such parties, not more than two 
such election officers, not representing either of them, 
may be appointed. 

< Follov/ing the custom of years the election officers of 
Boston are equally divided between the two leading 
political parties, and as far as their political affiliations 
go they represent such parties. In the performance of 
their obligations, however, as election officers we are of 
the opinion that they faithfully and impartially dis- 
charge the duties imposed upon them, representing in 
these functions in which they serve the people and 



Election Department. xi 

not the party. Before entering upon their duties they 
are sworn before the Election Commissioners at meetings 
held for this purpose. Each Election Commissioner 
holds usually three meetings at which he instructs 
the election officers in matters relating to their work. 
In addition to such meetings, which were customary, 
the Election Commissioners called together this year 
all the wardens of the city for additional instructions. 
The Election Board met the wardens at three meetings 
held in the old aldermanic chamber in City Hall, where 
the chairman called their attention specifically to the 
instructions set forth in the pamphlet entitled ^^Instruc- 
tions to Election Officers," and gave ihem additional 
instructions in the duties relative to their position. 

The work of the election officers for the past year has 
been eminently satisfactory. In fact, we note with 
appreciation that the election officers have greatly 
improved in efficiency. 

Nomination Papers. 

The present law provides that one of the signers to 
each nomination paper for the nomination of can- 
didates at elections shall make oath to the statements 
contained therein. We recommend that this provi- 
sion be repealed. Any signer of a nomination paper, 
including the first signer, may make such oath. As a 
general rule the signer who makes oath knows nothing 
about the nomination paper, except that he has signed 
the same. A nomination paper containing signatures 
of voters is invalid without this jurat. Moreover, a 
nomination paper containing the signatures of voters 
which is sworn to by a person who, although a signer, 
is not a registered voter is also invalid. Again, a regis- 
tered voter who makes oath may not be qualified to sign 
such paper because he has exhausted his right, having 
already signed as many nomination papers for the office 
as there are persons to be elected thereto. It is difficult 
enough to get signatures without imposing this hardship, 
which adds nothing, in our opinion, to the genuineness 
of the paper. 

It has been contended that the Election Commis- 
sioners have the right, when nomination papers for city 
offices are requested at this office, to insert the name of 
the candidate for whose use they are obtained. We 



xii City Document No. 13. 

believe we have no such right. Nomination papers must 
be issued on the day after the state election. Any voter 
has the right to obtain the same; any association of 
voters can request this Board to issue them to it. In 
some cases they are issued before such association of 
voters have determined upon the candidates. Moreover, 
the Board must issue such nomination papers substan- 
tially in the form provided for by the statute. 
We suggest the following amendment : 

In Boston candidates for nomination for city offices shall 
request in writing of the election commissioners, giving their 
names, with the first or middle name in full, the offices for 
which they are candidates, their residence, street and number, 
if any, that nomination papers be issued to them. Forthwith 
the election commissioners shall print or insert on a sufficient 
number of nomination papers the names of the candidates, 
the offices for which they are nominated and their residence 
with street and number, if any. The election commissioners 
shall issue the nomination papers so prepared to the candidates 
or their duly authorized representatives. 

Conduct of Elections. 

At every primary and election persons ask election 
officers, before the public declaration of the vote, how 
many ballots have been cast. This information is 
generally refused, because the election officers are aware 
of the law providing that no election officer, before the 
public declaration of the vote, shall make any statement 
of the number of ballots cast. This law was originally 
passed in 1874. At that time the old-fashioned ballot 
boxes with slides were used for receiving ballots. In 
1884 a law was passed providing for the present form of 
ballot box, which, besides having sufficient locks and 
keys or seal fastenings, contains mechanical devices 
for receiving, canceling and registering every ballot 
deposited therein. Accordingly every ballot box has 
thereon a dial, called a ballot box register, which, if in 
perfect working order, registers the ballots cast one by 
one. At the present time a voter of a precinct, when 
casting his ballot, has the right to ascertain the number 
which appears on the ballot box register, which is sup- 
posed to be the number of ballots cast, and to give this 
information, if he so desires, to the public. No good 
reason, therefore, appears to us in forbidding election 
officers to give that information which the public, in 
any event, may obtain in the circuitous manner above 



Election Department. xiii 

described, especially in view of the fact that it will not 
vitiate in any way the purity of elections. We there- 
fore advocate the passage of an act allowing election 
officers, upon request, to give the number that appears 
upon the ballot box register. 

New Division of Ward Twenty. 
Precinct six of ward twenty having contained at the 
last city election more than one thousand voters, it 
became necessary, under the statute, to make a new 
division. Precincts four, six and fourteen were divided 
into four precincts, numbered 4, 6, 14, 16. Precinct four 
now contains, according to the last registration, 681 
voters; precinct six, 677 voters; precinct fourteen, 741 
voters, and precinct sixteen, 733 voters. The City of 
Boston now contains 206 voting precincts. 

Complaints of Illegal Registration. 
There were none. 

Revision of Voting List. 

The names of 1,046 voters were stricken from the 
voting list by reason of death, removal from the city 
and other causes. This is the largest number of names 
removed from the voting list in any one year since 
the establishment of the Election Board. 

A general belief exists that if a person is entitled to vote 
at a state election he is entitled to vote at the following 
city election, notwithstanding the fact that he has 
changed his domicile from this city to some other town 
or city. That is not the law. It is true that no person 
otherwise qualified to vote for national or state officers 
shall, by reason of a change of residence within the 
Commonwealth, be disqualified from voting for such 
officers in the city or town from which he has removed 
his residence until the expiration of six calendar months 
from the time of such removal, but this provision does 
not apply to a person's right to vote for city officers. 
Consequently, after the state election, the names of 
several hundred voters who changed their residences 
from this city to some other place were stricken from 
the voting list. 

Jurors. 

The same procedure in preparing the jury list has 
been practiced as in former years. Not only is this list 
thoroughly investigated by the police, under the direc- 



viv City Document No. 13. 

tion of the Police Commissioner, in accordance with the 
general lines agreed upon between this department and 
him, but also a most thorough investigation has been 
made by the clerks of this office in the various courts 
of the City of Boston to the end that all persons in any 
sense unfitted for jury service may be eliminated from 
said list. 

Membership of the Board. 

The term of John M. Minton, Esq., expired March 
31, 1910, the law having been changed so as to make the 
term of an Election Commissioner begin April 1 instead 
of May 1. He was reappointed for the t^rm of four 
years ending March 31, 1914, and approved by the 
Civil Service Commission. He immediately assumed 
the duties of his office. He was designated by the Mayor 
as chairman of the Board of Election Commissioners and 
member of the Listing Board. 

Estimate for the Ensuing Year. 

In a communication to his Honor the Mayor we 
submitted our estimate of the expenses for the ensuing 
year, giving an itemized statement of the same, which 
showed that the sum of $144,002 would be necessary. 

Expenses of the Department. . 

Salaries, commissioners: 

John M. Minton .... $4,000 00 

Melancthon W. Burlen. . . 3,500 00 

Alpheus Sanford .... 3,500 00 

Edward A. McLaughlin . . 3,500 00 



$14,500 00 
Assistant registrars . . . . 46,671 60 
Election officers .... 30,750 00 



Printing voting lists, ballots for 

primary and election, nomination 

papers, office blanks, etc. . . $23,929 14 
Postage 493 88 

Repairing and fitting up polling 

places, including schoolhouses . $5,757 32 
Transportation of booths . . 2,650 13 



$91,921 60 



24,423 02 



8,407 45 



Carried forward $124,752 07 



Election Department. xv 

Brought forward $124,752 07 

Carriage hire for primary and elec- 
tions S3,440 40 

Car and ferry fares .... 56 98 



Janitors for polling places and regis- 
tration places .... $2,250 50 
Lighting booths while on streets . 1,468 71 



3,497 38 



3,719 21 



388 


08 


265 


74 


239 


55 


222 


61 


43 


82 


37 


67 


$140,068 30 



Rent of storehouse and lots for booths and land 
for locations of polling places, primary and 
elections 2,842 50 

Stationery and books 1,420 40 

Advertising 1,096 72 

Carting furniture, ballot boards and posting sam- 
ple ballots, posters of locations of polHng places, 833 45 

Refreshments for employees, police officers and 

hackmen, primary and elections . . . 709 10 

Furnishings and supplies (oil, lamps, lanterns, 
globes, wicks and hardware) .... 

Telephones 

Repairs of and equipment for ballot boxes . 

Fuel and light (coal, wood, gas and electric light) , 

Constables' services 

Messenger service 



Election Statistics. 

The following pages show in tabulated form the 
number of persons listed, registered male and female 
voters and the votes cast in Boston at the state primary 
and the state and city elections. 

Inventory. 

An inventory of the property of the department is also 
included in the following pages. 

Respectfully submitted, 

John M. Minton, 
Melancthon W. Burlen, 
Alpheus Sanford, 
Edward A. McLaughlin, 
Board of Election Commissioners. 



XVI 



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TABULATED STATEMENT OF THE NUMBER 
OF LISTED MALE RESIDENTS, REGISTERED 
MALE AND FEMALE VOTERS AND PERSONS 
WHO VOTED IN EACH VOTING PRECINCT, 
TOGETHER WITH THE NUMBER OF VOTES 
CAST FOR EACH CANDIDATE AT THE 

STATE PRIMARY . . SEPTEMBER 27, 1910, 
STATE ELECTION . . NOVEMBER 8, 1910, 
CITY ELECTION . . JANUARY 10, 1911. 



City Document No. 13. 



Population of the City of Boston. United States Census, 1910. 



Wards. 



Precincts. 



1. 2. 3 



6. 



8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 



Totals. 

29,676 
28,812 
15,339 
13,294 
12,811 
35,758 
14,913 
32,430 
26,427 
25,320 
27,444 
24,294 
21,561 
23,584 
21,216 
25,633 
26,426 
22,735 
31,714 
55,720 
30.511 
29,975 
30,668 
37,749 
26,575 



1. 

2. 

3. 

4. 

S. 

6. 

7. 

8. 

9. 
10. 
11. 
12. 
13. 
14. 
15. 
16. 
17. 
18. 
19. 
20. 
21. 
22. 
23. 

24. 

25 



1,970 
3,502 
2,120 
2,388 
2,139 
4,523 
1,524 
6,659 
4.638 
2,062 
2,734 



1,959 
2,380 
2.597 
2,331 
2.300 
5,236 
2.651 
5,022 
4,065 
2,049 
4,413 



4,072 3,318 



3,206 
3,421 
2,037 
2,381 
3,178 
3,379 
5,026 
3.760 
2.914 
4,250 
1,913 
3.011 
4.573 



2.548 
3,106 
3,094 
3,757 
2,291 
3,872 
2,664 
3.302 
2.309 
4,486 
3,297 
2,910 
3,529 



2.994 

2.180 

2.143 

2,529 

2,036 

5,026 

2,767 

2,483 

5.540 

2,315 

3.832 

2,513 

2,501 

2,004 

2,891 

4,659 

2,253 

3,214 

3,393 

3,735 

2,675 

3,047 

2,790 

3,117 

3,363 



3,126 

2,883 

3,019 

2,081 

1,093 

5.423 

2.827 

5,416 

3.481 

2.217 

3,068 

3,616 

2.661 

2.451 

1.981 

3.599 

3,330 

4,469 

3,383 

4,359 

2,672 

4,397 

5,030 

2,543 

3.643 



3.350 
2.581 
2.662 
2,072 
2.159 
5,216 
2,768 
6,560 
3,084 
1,573 
2,847 
2,704 
2,915 
3,450 
2,300 
3,486 
2,323 
3,458 



4,530 
2,715 
2,798 
1,893 
3,084 
1,211 
2,376 
6,290 
2.842 
2,335 
1,568 
4,677 
2,250 
2,741 
2.318 
2.949 
2,472 
4,343 



E4,769 



4,230 
5,110 



2,777 
3,760 
1,973 
3,394 
2,837 
3,067 
3,780 
4,802 
3,143 



2,519 3,493 

3,8321 4,881 



3,081 
4,200 
5,032 
2,703 
3,190 



2,524 
2,816 
4,506 
2,451 
4,665 



4,523 
7,461 



4,354 



4,636 

2,882 



2,643 
3,344 
2,815 



4,739 



3,165 
3,195 
2,928 
2,859 
3,024 
2,920 
3,612 



2,994 



4,373 
4,127 



2,697 



3.975 
3,.392 
2.537 
3.920 
3,094 
4,179 



4,096 
3,162 
2,335 



1,982 

4.578 



3.304 
2.234 



3,337 



3,931 
2,459 



2,797 



3,254 
1,843 



3,127 



3,203 



4,181 



4,305 



Total . 



670,585 



Election Department. 



Male Residents, April I, 1910, as Returned by Listing Board, April 18, 1910. 



Wards. 



1. 

2. 

3. 

4. 

5. 

6. 

7. 

8. 

9. 
10. 
11. 
12. 
13. 
14. 
15. 
16. 
17. 
18. 
19. 
20. 
21. 
22. 
23. 
24. 
25. 



Precincts. 



1. 



2. 



4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13 



14. 



633 

924 

665 

605 

738 

1,558 

730 

1,616 

1,551 

841 

1,082 

1,414 

897 

1,035 

581 

657 

877 

1,000 

1,177 

1,009 

885 

1,227 

551 

811 

1,360 



594 

678 

736 

670 

835 

1,858 

1,101 

2,343 

1,443 

763 

1,279 

1,154 

774 

915 

879 

1,088 

677 

1,154 

723 

1,029 

740 

1,228 

981 

839 

1,089 



883 

849 

680 

833 

693 

1,657 

1,323 

1,404 

1,390 

934 

1,135 

858 

859 

580 

793 

1,364 

738 

1,187 

946 

1,067 

770 

794 

851 

910 

985 



982 

811 

798 

627 

462 

1,872 

1,198 

1,755 

1,209 

843 

836 

1,407 

812 

757 

611 

1,117 

1,040 

1,398 

893 

1.223 

775 

1,332 

1,248 

771 

1,140 



988 

726 

824 

584 

794 

1,972 

1,045 

1,666 

1,502 

706 

469 

1,221 

934 

967 

667 

1,025 

686 

1,031 

753 

1,101 

920 

1,215 

1,431 

810 

902 



1,108 
763 
569 
667 
686 
876 
962 

1,719 

1,226 

1,084 
340 

1,447 
773 
765 
684 
921 
649 

1,309 
964 

1,392 
746 
848 

1,281 
719 

1,472 



1,202 
1,316 



1,663 



785 

1,242 

517 

1,035 

846 

869 

996 

1,325 

909 



916 
980 
910 

877 

908 

828 

1,017 



1,210 
1,131 



1,381 



1,472 

484 



775 

1,098 

730 



1,266 



1,077 
1,028 

746 
1,145 

843 
1,247 



845 



1,233 
1,172 



811 



1,028 
941 
682 



548 
1,229 



1,018 
713 



960 



1,033 
690 



803 



972 
539 



989 



954 



15. 



1,222 



Totals. 



1,144 



Total. 



8 445 
7,198 
4,272 
3,986 
4,208 

12,837 
6,359 

10,503 
9,106 
9,118 
7,314 
8,536 
6,670 
6,986 
5,941 
7,497 
7,653 
7,079 
8,477 

16,113 
9,116 
8,666 
8,642 

10,916 
7,965 

203,603 



City Document No. 13. 



Supplementary Police Listing, 1910. 





Precincts. 


03 


Wards. 


'• 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 


10. 


11. 


12. 


13. 14. 


15. 


as 
O 

H 


1 


1 
5 


1 
4 
1 
2 
4 
6 
3 
7 

12 
2 
3 

13 
5 
3 
3 
4 
1 
3 
2 
1 
3 
6 
1 
1 
1 


3 
8 
7 
2 
3 
5 
5 
14 
4 
5 
9 
9 
8 
3 
5 
2 
6 
3 
1 
4 
2 
4 

3 

4 


5 
8 
9 
5 
6 
2 
5 
8 
8 
6 
10 
15 
3 
5 
3 
4 
1 
4 
4 
5 
1 
4 
5 
2 
1 


3 
2 
6 

10 
2 
8 
6 
5 
7 
6 
3 
9 
7 
1 
3 
2 
5 

12 
4 
6 
2 
4 
2 
3 
3 


2 
2 

4 


1 
6 


3 

8 


2 














21 


2 














43 


3 
















27 


4 


8 
2 
3 
8 
8 

12 
1 
5 
6 
3 

10 
1 
3 
1 
7 

12 
5 
1 
3 
1 
2 
2 




















27 


5 


2 
9 
4 
6 
7 
4 
6 
10 
3 
2 
5 
3 
2 
4 
4 
3 
1 
1 
2 
2 
7 




















19 


6 


5 


6 
















44 


7 
















31 


s 




















48 


9 


3 
12 
10 
3 
3 
1 
3 
4 
4 


















53 


10 


17 

8 
















53 


11 


7 














61 


12 














65 


13 ... 


2 
5 
4 
















34 


14 
















30 


15 ... 
















27 


16 
















22 


17 


6 


3 














29 


18 














33 


19 


4 
3 

1 
4 
2 
3 
2 


6 

1 
6 
7 
1 
4 


8 
4 
5 














45 


20 


6 
1 


5 
1 


3 
3 


1 


6 


7 


60 


21 


27 


22 








33 


23 
















14 


24 


1 


3 


3 


4 








31 


25 








20 






















Total . . 


897 







Election Department. 



Male Residents, April 1, 1910 (Including Supplementary List), as Returned by 

Listing Board. 





Precincts. 


Totals. 


Wards. 


1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 


10. 


11. 


12. 


13. 


14. 


15, 


1 


634 

929 

665 

613 

740 

1,561 

738 

1,624 

1,563 

842 

1,087 

1,420 

900 

1,045 

582 

660 

878 

1,007 

1,189 

1,014 

886 

1,230 

952 

813 

1,362 


595 

682 

737 

672 

839 

1,864 

1,104 

2,350 

1,455 

765 

1,282 

1,167 

779 

918 

882 

1,092 

678 

1,157 

725 

1,030 

743 

1,234 

982 

840 

1 090 


886 

857 

687 

835 

696 

1,662 

1,328 

1,418 

1,394 

939 

1,144 

867 

867 

583 

798 

1,366 

744 

1,190 

947 

1,071 

772 

798 

851 

913 

989 


987 

819 

807 

632 

468 

1,874 

1,203 

1,763 

1,217 

849 

846 

1,422 

815 

762 

614 

1,121 

1,041 

1,402 

897 

1,228 

776 

1,336 

1,253 

773 

1,141 


991 

728 

830 

594 

796 

1,980 

1,051 

1,671 

1,509 

712 

472 

1,230 

941 

968 

670 

1,027 

691 

1,043 

757 

1,107 

922 

1,219 

1,433 

813 

905 


1,110 
765 
573 
667 
688 
885 
966 

1,725 

1,233 

1,088 
346 

1,457 
776 
767 
689 
924 
651 

1,313 
968 

1,395 
747 
849 

1,283 
721 

1.479 


1,203 
1,322 


1,213 
1.139 


847 














8,466 


2 














7,241 


3 
















4,299 


4 




















4.013 


5 




















4,227 


6 


1,668 


1,387 
















12.881 


7 
















6,390 


8 




















10,551 


9 


788 

1,254 

527 

1,038 

849 

870 

999 

1,329 

913 


















9,159 


10 


1,489 
492 


1,233 
1,179 














9,171 


11 














7.375 


12 














8,601 


13.. 


777 

1,103 

734 
















6,704 


14 
















7,016 


15.. 
















5,968 


16 
















7,519 


17 


1,272 


814 














7,682 


18 














7,112 


19 


920 
983 
911 
881 
910 
831 
1,019 


1,083 
1,029 

75^2 
1,152 

844 
1,251 


1,036 
945 

687 














8.522 


20 


1,024 
714 


1,038 
691 


975 
542 


955 


1,228 


1,151 


16,173 


21 


9,U3 


22 








8,699 


23 


548 
1,230 














8,656 


24 


963 


806 


993 








10,947 


25 








7,985 
























Total 


204,500 







6 



City Document No. 13. 



Registered Male Voters on First Printed List, July 15, 1910. 



Wakds. 


Precincts. 


Totals. 


1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 


10. 


11. 


12. 


13. 


14. 


15. 


1 


364 
362 
444 
403 
398 
170 
114 
494 
387 
240 
447 
576 
325 
541 
298 
382 
340 
536 
654 
637 
533 
842 
386 
489 
752 


346 
278 
493 
360 
550 
272 
236 
540 
501 
279 
305 
479 
304 
510 
489 
655 
390 
477 
385 
731 
436 
660 
630 
484 
611 


553 
350 

468 
423 
358 
282 
357 
524 
272 
257 
418 
304 
253 
412 
486 
904 
388 
511 
523 
761 
474 
456 
433 
586 
632 


538 
289 
503 
351 
252 
284 
271 
560 
493 
250 
465 
522 
348 
509 
391 
667 
629 
601 
507 
861 
500 
780 
788 
588 
457 


55] 
313 
525 
308 
411 
338 
293 
392 
465 
204 
313 
438 
361 
597 
482 
625 
383 
526 
377 
665 
555 
663 
951 
563 
627 


505 
430 
366 
263 
308 
324 
255 
554 
427 
312 
204 
567 
309 
464 
456 
606 
297 
661 
534 
932 
474 
617 
938 
480 
899 


665 
539 


751 
442 


502 














4,775 


2 














3,003 


3 
















2,799 
2,108 


4 




















5 




















2,277 


6 


348 


191 
















2,209 


7 
















1,526 
3,064 
2,932 


8 




















9 


387 
624 
328 
449 
413 
547 
613 
725 
465 


















10 


649 
365 


579 
678 














3,394 


11 














3,523 


12 














3,335 


13 


395 
621 
459 
















2,708 


14 
















4,201 


15 
















3,674 


16 
















4,574 


17 


641 


496 














4,029 


18 














3,312 


19 


657 
740 
536 

548 
698 
588 
637 


678 
778 
508 
663 
658 
786 


542 
653 
493 














4,857 


20 

21 


774 
407 


609 
490 


640 
333 


579 


861 


595 


10,816 
5,739 


22 








5,229 


23 


388 
713 














5,870 


24 


598 


577 


626 








7,078 


25 








4,615 






















Total 


101,647 







Election Department. 



Registered Male Voters, State Primary, 1910. 



Wards. 



1.. 

2.. 
3.. 
4., 
5. 
6. 
7. 
8. 
9. 
10. 
11. 
12. 
13. 
14. 
15. 
16. 
17. 
18. 
19. 
20. 
21. 
22. 
23. 
24. 
25. 



Precincts. 



1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 



8. 



9. 



10. 



11. 



12. 



13. 



14. 



15. 



376 

389 

460 

443 

413 

186 

125 

528 

451 

256 

479 

639 

349 

579 

318 

405 

376 

554 

691 

683 

549 

878 

399 

506 

785 



353 

295 

521 

379 

572 

309 

254 

612 

565 

2931 

326 

528 

325 

534 

531 

691 

411 

508 

401 

775 

451 

694 

651 

503 

644 



573 

384 

491 

454 

377 

298 

403 

613 

301 

285 

442 

344 

276 

434 

510 

929 

410 

551 

563 

800 

486 

481 

444 

609 

678 



556 

314 

535 

376 

269 

313 

310 

633 

536 

285 

493 

576 

375 

529 

406 

694 

669 

634 

545 

894 

514 

819 

834 

598 

467 



571 

336 

552 

334 

429 

371 

337 

429 

539 

233 

327 

485 

389 

625 

500 

644 

413 

573 

405 

706 

574 

691 

975 

590 

649 



521 

459 

382 

280 

334 

358 

285 

607 

483 

343 

218 

606 

335 

487 

478 

627 

318 

709 

563 

991 

480 

630 

972 

496 

950 



679 
579 



779 
462 



384 



426 
698 
343 
486 
438 
571 
629 
750 
500 



212 



686 
373 



516 



687 
772 
548 
572 
727 
608 
667 



415 
651 
495 



706 



620 
712 



513 



702 
803 
524 
693 
676 
827 



555 

684 
507 



403 
757 



817 
420 



620 



646 
503 



595 



682 
345 



625 



658 



910 



623 



Totals. 

4,924 

3,218 

2,941 

2,266 

2,394 

2,431 

1,714 

3,422 

3,301 

3,699 

3,713 

3,664 

2,902 

4,410 

3,867 

4,740 

4,316 

3,529 

5,112 

11,411 

5,901 

5,458 

6,081 

7,367 

4,840 



Total. 



107,621 



8 



City Document No. 13. 



Number of Members of Each Political Party Enrolled in Each 

Voting Precinct. 

(AS BY CHECK LISTS USED AT STATE PRIMARY, 1910.) 





Precinct 1. 


Precinct 2. 


Precinct 3. 


1 
Precinct 4. 


Precinct 5. 


Wards. 


3 

O 

1 
Q 


c 
a 


1 

o 
o 

a 

Q 


a 
a 


.2 

53 
Ih 
O 
O 

a 

P 


a 

o 


6 
■-5 

ea 

O 

o 

a 

o 

Q 


a 

o3 

3 
a 


6 

c3 

o 
o 

a 

Q 


d 

ea 
o 

1 

a 


1 


121 
316 
286 
408 
257 
151 
61 
437 
323 
151 
125 
111 
310 
474 
257 
292 
287 
348 
444 
339 
218 
325 
130 
299 
282 


181 

29 

83 

10 

45 

26 

25 

30 

36 

40 

179 

282 

11 

45 

26 

54 

34 

101 

82 

191 

216 

328 

173 

119 

263 


80 
228 
448 
254 
477 
209 
149 
397 
414 

90 
139 

71 
303 
477 
479 
530 
353 
221 
302 
385 
199 
421 
424 
257 

99 


212 

28 

18 

38 

42 

77 

45 

42 

38 

114 

95 

247 

5 

21 

12 

54 

14 

150 

49 

192 

133 

126 

81 

140 

344 


145 
296 
401 
334 
342 
243 
256 
283 
277 

58 
168 
138 
242 
334 
429 
697 
208 
144 
478 
398 
226 
351 
318 
199 

98 


331 

41 

38 

38 

8 

29 

32 

141 

6 

109 

144 

104 

9 

43 

27 

87 

97 

224 

25 

207 

140 

32 

47 

260 

377 


188 
253 
494 
309 
188 
259 
164 
473 
431 
53 
112 
173 
340 
350 
324 
308 
378 
284 
469 
365 
155 
299 
426 
231 
276 


268 

28 

11 

25 

27 

35 

63 

62 

20 

116 

228 

187 

10 

" 82 

31 

180 

133 

180 

17 

282 

233 

289 

182 

264 

90 


284 
277 
494 
312 
381 
284 
293 
341 
282 
21 
41 
120 
339 
373 
428 
320 
335 
465 
254 
516 
186 
304 
302 
182 
356 


196 


2 


33 


3 


18 


4 


5 


5 


19 


6 


27 


7 


8 


8 


37 


9 


88 


10. 


107 


11 


193 


12 


189 


13 


17 


14. 


99 


15 


40 


16 


140 


17 


19 


18 


40 


19 


53 


20 


72 


21 


227 


22 


180 


23 


359 


24 


292 


25 


151 







Election Department. 



9 



Number of Members of Each Political Party Enrolled in Each 

Voting Precinct. 

(AS BY CHECK LISTS USED AT STATE PRIMARY, 1910.) 





Precinct 6. 


Precinct 7. 


Precinct 8. 


Precinct 9. 


Precinct 10. 


Precinct 11. 


Wards. 


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a 

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1 


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ca 

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a 

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1 

2 

3 

4 

5 


368 

311 

349 

199 

275 

121 

255 

492 

247 

45 

21 

355 

302 

287 

331 

168 

269 

472 

356 

506 

124 

124 

188 

236 

328 


59 

85 

6 

26 

19 

61 

5 

51 

96 

162 

118 

96 

12 

91 

64 

241 

13 

96 

69 

216 

122 

298 

498 

221 

392 


402 
479 


163 
52 


450 
356 


201 
33 


241 


202 






































































6 

7 


306 


29 


152 


41 


























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9 


347 

68 

40 

337 

395 

409 

444 

497 

.435 


21 

336 

184 

47 

19 

85 

73 

105 

24 


















10 

n 

12 

17 


131 
26 


294 
229 


64 

67 


316 
306 


























363 
446 
381 


17 

100 

61 














14 














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16 














17 

18 


567 


53 


367 


69 


















19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

2S 


559 
251 
211 
142 
119 
187 
312 


41 
331 
185 
260 
420 
281 
166 


534 
186 
139 
319 
112 
262 


51 
432 
245 
137 
377 
350 


355 
230 
160 


76 
266 
226 










182 
124 


368 
169 


241 
180 


207 
171 


164 
266 


109 

285 










185 


271 


223 


253 





















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Number of Members of Each Political Party Enrolled in Each 

Voting Precinct. 

(AS BY CHECK LISTS USED AT STATE PRIMARY, 1910.) 





Precinct 12. 


Precinct 13. 


Precinct 14. 


Precinct 15. 


Totals. 


Wards. 


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13 
03 

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03 


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1 
1 

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2,279 
2,516 
2,472 
1,816 
1,920 
1,725 
1,178 
2,423 
2,321 
681 
739 
1,305, 
2,594 
3,150 
3,073 
2,812 
3,199 
1,934 
3,751 
4,916 
2.069 
2.285 
2.183 
2.790 
1,751 


1,813 


2 ... 


















329 


3. 


















174 


4 . 


















142 


5 


















160 


6 


















325 


7 .. . 


















178 


8 . 


















363 


9 


















305 


10 


















1,594 


11 


















1,676 


12 


















1,152 


13 


















100 


14. 


















566 


15 


















334 


16 


















861 


17 


















456 


18 


















791 


19 


















463 


20 


216 
147 


280 
112 


281 


157 


507 


192 


313 


156 


3,.549 


21 


2.179 


22 














1,650 


23 


















2,246 


24 


263 


228 














2,964 


25 














1,783 
























57.882 


26.153 




"^iffr 



DEMOCRATIC VOTES CAST AT 

STATE PEIMAEY, 

SEPTEMBER 27, 1910. 



12 



City Document No. 13. 



Democratic Votes Cast at State Primary, 1910. 

FOR REPRESENTATIVES IN CONGRESS. 

Ninth District. 

[The balance of this district comprises Winthrop.] 



Wards. 



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1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

1 2 , Precincts 6 and 7, 

Totals 



12 

6 

5 

7 

13 

6 

43 

37 

14 



151 



484 
810 
26 
43 
21 
34 
47 
16 
46 
12 



1,539 



327 
623 
530 
368 
365 
512 
472 
304 
1,101 
248 



4,850 



23 
35 
87 
106 
154 
44 
41 
52 
32 
21 



595 



393 
435 
779 
633 
671 
606 
257 
1,285 
382 
112 



5,553 



49 

38 

441 

179 

206 

13 

17 

25 

11 

5 



984 



Tenth District. 

[The balance of this district comprises Milton and Quincy.] 









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801 

627 
548 


554 

930 

1,109 


580 
753 
631 




14 


1 


15 




16 


937 

1,938 

987 

647 


357 
120 
459 
200 


550 

354 

1,534 

879 




17 


1 


20 


1 


24 








Totals 


6,485 


3,729 


5,281 


3 







* Nominated. 



Election Department. 



13 



Democratic Votes Cast at State Primary, 1910. 

FOR REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS. 

Eleventh District. 



Wards. 



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10 

11 

12 (Precincts 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5.) 

18 

19 

21 

22 

23 

25 

Totals 



79 

69 

77 

489 

1,052 

339 

776 

615 

191 



159 
208 
206 
558 
1,110 
370 
460 
641 
294 






< 



3,687 



4,006 



* Nominated. 



14 



City Document No. 13. 



Democratic Votes Cast at State Primary, 1910. 

FOR COUNCILOR. 

Third District. 

[The balance of this district comprises Wards 1, 2, 3 and 4 of Cambridge.] 







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Wards. 


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2 


143 


279 


86 


33 


1,029 


53 


66 


3 


127 


203 


611 


23 


546 


61 


23 


4 


73 


^ 151 


737 


17 


163 


29 


17 


5 


100 


168 


526 


24 


386 


19 


42 


6 


79 


82 


52 


24 


520 


30 


33 


7 


55 


45 


14 


8 


681 


19 


13 


8 


245 


459 


191 


17 


507 


25 


41 


9 


177 


253 


73 


52 


606 


65 


60 


12 


103 


136 


53 


24 


224 


33 


34 


13 


464 


778 


43 


17 


412 


76 


31 


14 


1,079 
598 


780 
1,311 


37 
65 


13 
16 


256 

208 


38 
21 


39 


15 


18 


16 


393 


600 


99 


38 


411 


44 


54 


17 


350 

80 


592 
92 


172 
54 


148 
554 


440 
183 


93 

64 


119 


18 


83 


19 


216 
211 


282 
230 


177 
92 


341 
120 


293 
181 


346 
103 


701 


22 


169 






Totals . . . 


4,493 


6,441 


3,082 


1,469 


7,046 


1,119 


1,543 



* Nominated. 



Election Department. 



15 



Democratic Votes Cast at State Primary, 1910. 

FOR SENATORS. 

First Suffolk District. 

[The balance of this district comprises Chelsea, Revere and Winthrop.] 

Ward 1. 

* Edward J. Grainger 853 

All others 4 

Second Suffolk District. 
[The balance of this district comprises Wards 1, 2 and 3 of Cambridge.] 

Ward 2. Ward 3. Ward 4. Ward 5. 

Manassah E. Bradley 668 28 10 14 

Charles Chapman 266 78 34 112 

Joseph E. Donovan 395 865 280 280 

James H. Hanton 110 132 145 108 

* James A. Hatton 293 649 871 783 

Martin H. Ryan 60 47 13 66 

Third Suffolk District. 

[The balance of this district comprises Ward 4 of Cambridge.] 

Ward 6. Ward 7. Ward 8. 

* Joseph P. Lomasney 599 512 1,472 

All others 1 ■ — — 

Fourth Suffolk District. 

Ward 9. Ward 12. Ward 17. 

* James H. Doyle . 1,030 538 1,480 

All others — — 3 

Fifth Suffolk District. 

Ward 10. Ward 11. Ward 25. 

* Francis B. McKinney 171 177 386 

Sixth Suffolk District. 

Ward 13. Ward 14. Ward 15. Ward 16. 

William H. O'Brien 244 420 385 759 

Patrick H. O'Connor 351 580 830 448 

* James F. Powers 1,386 1,320 1,130 634 

Seventh Suffolk District. 

Ward 18. Ward 19. Ward 22. 

Florence J. Driscoll 13 429 49 

Thomas J. Fay 497 868 351 

James WilHam Gibbons 46 530 738 

* James P. Timilty 708 840 223 

Eighth Suffolk District. 

Ward 20. Ward 21. 

Robert P. Clarkson 1,248 233 

* Martin P. F. Curley 1,169 460 

Ninth Suffolk District. 

Ward 23. Ward 24. 

* Michael J. Murray 952 1,202 

* Nominated. 



Totals. 
853 

4 



Totals. 

720 

490 
1,820 

495 
2,596 

186 



Totals. 
2,583 

1 



Totals. 

3,048 

3 



Total. 

734 



Totals. 
1,808 

2,209 
4,470 



Totals, 

49l' 
1,716 
1,314 
1,771 



Totals. 

1,481 
1,629 

Total. 

2,154 



16 



City Document No. 13. 



Democratic Votes Cast at State Primary, 1910. 

FOR REPRESENTATIVES IN GENERAL COURT. 

First District. 
[Entitled to Two.] Ward 1. 

Daniel N. Gencrson 299 

* Joseph A. Hoey 781 

* Theodore L. Sorenson ■ 877 



Second District. 

[Entitled to Two.] Ward 2. 

* Michael J. Brophy 932 

James E. Fitzgerald 317 

John J. Kearney 516 

* Dennis A. O'Neil 806 

Joseph H. Pendergast 745 

Third District. 

[Entitled to Two.] Ward 3. 

* James J. Brennan 980 

Michael L. Fahey 639 

John J. Gilhs 91 

Cornelius J. Murphy 130 

* William J. Murray - 897 

John F. Waters 312 



Fourth District. 

[Entitled to Three.] Ward 4. 

* James H. Brennan 423 

John J. Buckley f 258 

William E. Carney 324 

* Patrick B. Carr 865 

* James I. Green 831 

William J. Shanahan 411 

Edward A. Troy 256 



Ward 5. 


Totals. 


580 


1,003 


588 


846 


669 


993 


313 


1,178 


366 


1,197 


187 


598 


649 


905 



Sixth District. 

[Entitled to Two.] Ward 6. 

Frank Badaracco 74 

Joseph Langone 286 

* Francis D. O'Donnell , 594 

Dominick Raggio 158 

Alfred R. Rudd 235 

* Alfred P. Scigliano 497 

Pilgrim Zolla ' 267 



Seventh District. 

[Entitled to One.] Ward 7. 

* William A. H. Crowley 332 

John L. Donovan 313 

Henry T. Jeffords 5 

Dominick F. Spellman 232 

* Nominated. 



Election Department. 



17 



Democratic Votes Cast at State Primary, 1910. 

FOR REPRESENTATIVES IN GENERAL COURT. 

Eighth District. 

[Entitled to Two.] Ward 8. 

* Adolphus M. Burroughs 1,393 

* Jeremiah J. McCarthy 1,425 

All others 1 

Ninth District. 

[Entitled to Two.] Ward 9. 

* Daniel L. Connolly " • 581 

John S. DriscoU 310 

Louis Goldstein 36 

Isaac Gordon 440 

* Joseph Leonard ^^^ 

Thomas B. McKeagney '. r 506 

Joseph Seminara 155 

All others 1 

Tenth District. 

[Entitled to Two.] Ward 10, 

* John J. Foley 174 

* Martin F. Quigley 169 

Eleventh District. 

[Entitled to Two.] Ward 11. 

* Cornelius A. Ahern 182 

* James Tobin 177 

Twelfth District. 

[Entitled to Two.] Ward 12. 

* George T. Daly 560 

James H. Hardiman 92 

* James J. Murphy : . 471 

Edward M. Shanley 81 

Thirteenth District. 

[Entitled to Two.] - Ward 13. 

Daniel Carroll 47 

Coleman E. Kelly 412 

Edmund A. Mahoney. 82 

James J. Moynihan 498 

* William L. V. Newton 541 

Edward T. J. Noonan 392 

John J. Penney 57 

* William J. Sullivan 534 

James J. Twohig 476 

Stephen A. Welch 424 

Fourteenth District. 

[Entitled to Two.] Ward 14. 

* Thomas J. Casey 797 

Thomas F. Coogan 659 

* William P. Hickey 1,065 

John J. Murphy 755 

Robert J. Ware 793 

* Nominated. 



18 



City Document No. 13. 



Democratic Votes Cast at State Primary, 1910. 

FOR REPRESENTATIVES IN GENERAL COURT. 

Fifteenth District. 

[Entitled to Two.] Ward 15. 

Thomas B. Bradley 282 

* Francis L. Colpoys 956 

WilUam E. Hickey 590 

John J. Lydon 567 

Joseph A. O'Bryan 436 

* Michael J. Reidy " 1,225 

Sixteenth District. 

[Entitled to Two.] Ward 16 . 

John H. Carr 480 

Hugh M. Garrity 613 

Michael J. Lynch 137 

* John F. McCarthy 850 

Wilham D. McCarthy 414 

* John D. McGivern 617 

Seventeenth District. 

[Entitled to Two.] Ward 17. 

* Francis J. Brennan 1,319 

* John D. Connors 1,235 

Cornelius Cotter, Jr 242 

Thomas M. Joyce 1,163 

John D. Sheehy, Jr 155 

Eighteenth District. 

[Entitled to Two.] Ward 18. 

* Daniel F. Cronin 530 

Michael H. Gorman 151 

Edward E. McGrath 468 

Charles R. Mudge 27 

* Michael F. O'Brien 564 

Charles E. O'Donnell ^ 118 

Michael J. Sulhvan. 57 

John Joseph Waul '. 310 

Nineteenth District. 

[Entitled to Two.] Ward 19. 

* Timothy J. Ahern 822 

Patrick F. Burns 47 

James J. Kelley 529 

Wilham J. Kohler 414 

Daniel J. McCarthy 485 

* James Mclnerney 1,114 

Joseph McManus 564 

Michael A. Spillane ' 283 

Wilham H. Sullivan 481 

Twentieth District. 

[Entitled to Three.] Ward 20. 

* James F. Eagan 1,905 

* Louis A. Foley 1,793 

* James A. McElaney, Jr 1,876 

* Nominated. 



Election Department. 



19 



Democratic Votes Cast at State Primary, 1910. 

FOR REPRESENTATIVES IN GENERAL COURT. 

Twenty-first District. 

[Entitled to Two.] Ward 21. 

* James T. Kenney 574 

* Morris L. Morrison 478 

Twenty-second District. 

[Entitled to Two.] . Ward 22. 

* James F. Griffin 997 

* James P. Maguire 956 

Twenty-third District. 

[Entitled to Two.] Ward 23. 

* John J. Conway 539 

Francis M. Cummings 493 

* William M. McMorrow 756 

Ward D. Prescott 525 

Twenty-fourth District. 

[Entitled to Three.] Ward 24. 

* Arthur G. Cummings 1,075 

* Thomas P. Curtin 1,068 

* Joseph E. Fitzgerald 1,091 

All others 2 

Twenty-fifth District. 

[Entitled to Two.] Ward 25. 

* Thomas F. J, Callahan 358 

* Allen Clark 321 

* Nominated. 



20 City Document No. 13. 

Democratic Votes Cast at State Primary, 1910. 

FOR STATE COMMITTEE. 

First Suffolk District. 

[The balance of this district comprises Chelsea, Revere and Winthrop.] 

Ward 1. 

* Frank J. Kiernan 771 

Second Suffolk District. 

[The balance of this district comprises Wards lj_2 and 3 of Cambridge.] 

Ward 2. Ward 3. Ward 4. Ward 5. 

* Michael F. Donovan 1,003 767 733 691 

All others — 2 — — 

Third Suffolk District. 

[The balance of this district comprises Ward 4 of Cambridge.] 

Ward 6. Ward 7. Ward 8. 

* Vincent Brogna 333 360 1,096 

All others — 1 — 

Fourth Suffolk District. 

Ward 9. Ward 12. Ward 17. 

* Matthew T. Birmingham 537 431 978 

Fi^th Suffolk District. 

Ward 10. Ward 11. Ward 25. 

* John H. Brogie 155 165 343 

Sixth Suffolk District. 

Ward 13. Ward 14. Ward 15. .Ward 16. 

* Thomas L. Collins 795 1,277 1,234 1,045 

Seventh Suffolk District. 

Ward 18. Ward 19. Ward 22. 

* Peter A. Hoban 421 1,003 566 

Ambrose Woods 336 834 519 

Eighth Suffolk District. 

Ward 20. Ward 21. 

* Andrew R. Kelley 1,224 335 

Charles F. Riordan 980 217 

Ninth Suffolk District. 

Ward 23. Ward 24. 

* Patrick J. Brady 762 1,085 

* Elected. 



Total. 

771 



Totals. 

3,194 

2 



Totals. 
1,789 



Total. 

1,946 



Total. 

663 



Total. 

4,351 



Totals. 

1,990 
1,689 



Totals. 

1,559 
1,197 



Total. 
1,847 



Election Department. 



21 



Democratic Votes Cast at State Primary, 1910. 

FOR DELEGATES TO STATE CONVENTION. 
Ward 1. 

[Entitled to Ten.] 



Daniel J. Sheehan. ....... 

Daniel J. O'Rourke 

Frederick J. McNaughton. 

Peter Maguire 

Peter H. Healey 



John F. Sullivan. . . 
James E. Toomey. . 

John H. Lane 

John H. Fitzpatrick. 
Patrick J. Flanagan . 



First Gi-oup* 

David B. Shaw 

James H. Wilson 

Joseph L. Daisy 

William A. Meaney 

Edward Burns 

James M. Ginty 

Edward J. Coughlin 

Luke J. Leonard 

John J. Mahoney 



John J. Hogan 

Frank P. Brennan. . 
Joseph A. Turnbull. 



968 
967 
959 
970 
966 



William J. Cahill. 
James W. Mogan. 
Bernard Higgins . 
John A. Farley. . . 
Thomas F. Rice. . 



Ward 2. 

[Entitled to Nine. 



Edward I. Kelly .... 
Eugene J. Reardon. . 
Joseph M. Naiherseg . 
Giovanni Bellizea . . . 



1,393 
1,358 
1,363 
1,351 
1,344 



Ward 3. 

[Entitled to Nine.] 

Second Group. 

984 Daniel J. McDonald 

945 Francis J. Murphy 

943 Francis L. Hawkins 

942 Harry T. Hynes 

939 Michael S. Morgan 

940 Francis Keenan 

936 Cornelius E. Mahoney 

948 John F. Egan 

955 James J. Mellen 



958 
966 
960 
962 
968 



1,341 
1,349 
1,333 
1,339 



Ward A. 
[Entitled to Six.] 



934 
932 
930 



James H. Conley. . 
George H. Quinlan. 
Edward J. Reilly. . 



Ward 5. 

[Entitled to Seven.] 



John J. Crowley 

Timothy A. Connor . . 
Timothy F. Callahan. 
Michael F. Donovan. 



Patrick Cannon. . 
John Santosuosso. 
Louis Spiller 



897 
886 
902 
897 



John P. Mahoney. 
John C. Hurley . . , 
John P. Buckley . . 



Ward 6. 

[Entitled to Six.] 

575 William J. Clark . 
581 Andrea Di Pietro. 



560 Dennis F. McCarthy . 



507 
499 
491 
489 
490 
493 
495 
498 
505 



926 
922 
922 



894 
907 
920 



555 
568 
563 



Christopher P. McCaffrey. 

Charles F. Kimball 

John Morrissey 



Ward 7. 
[Entitled to Five. 



625 
588 
595 

* Elected. 



Daniel McNamara. 
John J. Callahan. . 



585 
595 



22 



City Document No. 13. 



Democratic Votes Cast at State Primary, 1910. 

FOR DELEGATES TO STATE CONVENTION. 

Ward 8. 
[Entitled to Ten.] 



Joseph «A.. Maynard. 
Daniel A. Whelton . 
Alfred J. Lill, Jr. . . . 

Joseph F. Freno 

Henry L. Tafe 



First Group. 

Edward F. Fitzgerald 

John J. Gartland 

Duncan McKinnon 

Benny Levine 

Daniel F. Cunningham 

Louis Gold 

Abraham Kaplan 

Daniel L. Connolly 

Timothy F. Callahan 

John J. Purcell 

Martin F. Quigley 



First Group.^ 

Henry A. Frothingham 

Charles A. Blake 

George A. Hopkins 

Thomas G. Frothingham. . . 

James W. Hayes 

John F. Gillespie 

Fred A. Ewell 

Peter Hill 



First Group. 

Thomas J. Collins 

Patrick A. Foley 

Thomas F. Lydon 

Daniel J. Moynihan, Jr . . . 

James A. Morrison 

Daniel F. Donovan 

James J. Flynn 

Thomas F. Kerrigan 

Jeremiah J. McNamara. . . 



1,414 
1,430 
1,400 
1,409 
1,397 



Robert E. McGuire. 
James F. Farley, Jr. 
William J. Mullane. 

John J. Carey 

Louis Rosenstein. . . 



1,406 
1,401 
1,403 
1,397 
1,412 



Ward 9. 

[Entitled to Nine.] 

Second Group.* 

418 James Donovan 

425 Julius Yoffe 

380 John W. Craig 

392 Joseph P. O'Brien 

387 James J. Sullivan 

388 Thomas Uniacke 

386 Daniel J. Shea 

, 428 John J. Radley 

432 Thomas A. Herbert 



Ward to. 

[Entitled to Four.] 

195 I Daniel J. Horgan 
197 I Peter Regan 



Ward 11. 

[Entitled to Four.] 



196 
191 
189 
191 



Second Group. 

Jerome J. Crowley 

Daniel F. Coogan 

John A. Breslin 

Robert Crichton 



Ward 12. 

[Entitled to Seven. 



573 
565 
573 
561 



John W. Maginnis. 
John T. Murphy . . 
John L. Flynn .... 



761 
683 
661 
663 
663 
656 
667 
656 
662 



197 
194 



62 

58 
58 
58 



566 

577 
574 



Ward 13. 

[Entitled to Nine.] 



708 
678 
678 
662 
673 
673 
673 
673 
697 



Second Group. 

James fl. Furlong 

Emmet A. Callanan 

George C. Houlehan 

Daniel Carioll 

John T. McCabe 

Arthur J. Mahoney 

William J. Leary 

Thomas F. Byrnes 

Joseph F. Waggett 



340 
338 
333 
338 
335 
334 
336 
332 
333 



* Elected. 



Election Department. 



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Democratic Votes Cast at State Primary, 1910. 

FOR DELEGATES TO STATE CONVENTION. 
Ward IJf. 

[Entitled to Twelve.] 
1,641 



John B. Martin 

Joseph J. Norton 1,656 

Edward L. Hopkins 1,647 

Henry J. McKee 1,637 

John Connor 1,636 

Patrick Kelly 1,635 



Arthur D. Cooper 

James W. Loughlin, Jr. 
William F. Howley .... 
Thomas F. Hennessey . , 
Edward J. Holland. . . . 
Edward L. Farrell 



1,631 
1,635 
1,631 
1,631 
1,634 
1,637 



Ward 15. 
[Entitled to Eleven.] 



Edward P. Barry 1,588 

John J. Lenehan 1,552 

Christopher J. Lavery 1,551 

Edward C. Creed 1,576 

Christopher J. Brady 1,551 

John A. Cronin 1,550 



Cornelius J. McCarthy. 
Henry G. Saunders. . . . 

John F. Conners 

William J. Baker, Jr. . . 
John Sullivan 



1,554 
1,539 
1,554 
1,546 
1,545 



First Group.* 

Malachi L. Jennings 

Edward R. Gookin 

James T.. Mooney 

James H. Murray 

Patrick H. Higgins 

Louis Papp 

John P. Sullivan 

William H. Devin 

John M. McDonald 

Benjamin Quinlan 

Thomas F. Collins 



Ward 16. 

[Entitled to Eleven.] 

Second Group. 

672 James F. Flaherty. -. 

674 Frank E, Grant 

668 Alonzo F. Harrington 

672 Martin J. Frain 

666 Thomas Farrell 

668 Walter F. James 

668 William Harrington 

666 Daniel J. L. Harrington . . . 

678 George A. E. Reynolds 

670 John F. Harrington 

670 James A. Hampton . . 



604 
590 

587 
588 
599 
587 
587 
590 
586 
585 
588 



Ward 17. 
[Entitled to Twelve.] 



Francis L. Daly 1,751 

William M. J. McDonald 1,705 

Thomas F. Mahan 1,702 

Peter J. Conoley 1,695 

Anthony McNealy 1,692 

Lawrence Cunningham 1,697 



Jeremiah J. Good . . . 
William P. O'Brien. 
Thomas McMann. . 
Herbert A. Kenny . . 
Patrick J. Dooley. . . 
Thomas J. Francis. . 



1,739 
1,698 
1,693 
1,692 
1,697 
1,689 



John J. Butler. . . . 
Michael Flannery. 
Philip M. Power. . 
Patrick J. Craven. 



Ward 18. 

[Entitled to Eight.] 

899 I James F. McCarty . 
881 John F.Ward 

881 Fred H. Downey. . . 

882 Patrick E. Murray. 



874 
873 
877 
864 



* Elected. 



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Democratic Votes Cast at State Primary, 1910. 
FOR DELEGATES TO STATE CONVENTION. 



John C. Norton. . . 
Patrick J. Sheerin . 
Richard H. Baker. 
Edward E. Roach.. 
Michael H. Cleary. 
John B. Carberry. . 
Thomas Gildea. . . . 
OUver S. Grant. . . . 



First Group.* 

Charles L. Cooney 

Edward A. Hanly 

Frederick W. Mansfield 

James L. Bryne 

Charles F. Riordan 

Stephen Higgins 

Charles A. Hall 

Cornelius J. Doherty 

Thomas F. Lomasney 

John J. Lyons 

Daniel J. Daly 

John J. Connell 

Frank H. Moynihan 

Michael J. Hogan 

John F. Cooney 

Frank W. McGrady 

Cornelius J. Coughlin 

Patrick F. McDonald 

Peter Morris 



Joseph H. O'Neil.... 
Edward H. Pinkham. 
John T. Kennedy. . . . 
William H. Lynch. . . 
James F. Maguire . . . 



First Group. 

Leo T. McCready 

Joseph F. Goode 

John McManus 

Stephen Liddy 

Thomas Winterson 

Edward L. Sullivan 

Peter Nelson 

John J. Doyle 

Martin J. Connolly 

Daniel F. Comer 

Ralph Coppola 



Ward 19. 

[Entitled to Fifteen.] 



1,736 
1,736 
1,729 
1,726 
1,740 
1,732 
1,724 
1,731 



James Doherty 

Frederick C. Bleiler. 
Charles J. Walsh. . . 

John Hourihan 

John F. Sullivan 

Samuel J. Colville. . 
Michael J. Reddish. 



1,729 
1,733 
1,724 
1,723 
1,741 
1,723 
1,732 



Ward 20. 

[Entitled to Nineteen.] 

Second Group. 
1,165 James H. Baldwin 

1.153 Richard King 

1,164 Joseph S. O'Brien 

1,156 James P. Landers 

1,164 William J. Power 

1,149 Arthur L. Norton 

1,155 Maurice J. Walsh 

1,145 William J. Connaughton. . . . 

1.154 Charles A. Power 

1,154 Thomas J. Boles 

1,161 Thomas F. Howard, Jr 

1.154 William J. Daly 

. ' 1,154 Dominick J. McDonough. . . 

1.151 Joseph M. Kelly 

1,153 Herbert J. Lane 

1.152 Walter A. Buie 

1,151 Patrick H. Kelley 

1.155 Redmond S. Fitzgerald 

1,155 Joseph L, Roth 



Ward 21. 

[Entitled to Ten.] 



635 
635 
633 
635 
635 



James T. Kenney. . . 
Michael F. Shay.... 
Martin P. F. Curley 

John F. Shea 

William J. Carlin. . . 



Ward 22. 
[Entitled to Eleven.] 

Second Group.* 

471 Jeremiah J. Kelley 

489 James J. McCarty 

475 Hugo Hornig 

468 William Doonan 

471 Edward J. Hayden 

474 John J. Burke 

465 Alexander Cohen 

466 Martin O'Brien 

463 Francis L. Barry 

464 Francis P. Maguire 

462 Mark H. Lynch 



678 
668 
673 
667 
675 
672 
669 
669 
669 
672 
670 
668 
668 
670 
667 
667 
666 
675 
670 



635 
633 
639 
632 
631 



522 
527 
497 
495 
503 
506 
493 
502 
497 
498 
503 



* Elected. 



Election Department. 



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Democratic Votes Cast at State Primary, 1910. 

FOR DELEGATES TO STATE CONVENTION. 

Ward 23. 
[Entitled to Eleven.] 



Joseph P. Lyons 

Patrick J. Brady. . . 
John F. McDonald , 
Robert M. Morton. 
Thomas Minton. . . . 
Thomas J. Shea. . . . 



821 
825 
825 
818 
817 
816 



James P. Dwyer 

Robert Magner 

Jean P. Nickerson. . . 

Patrick Smith 

William T. Maloney. 



804 
832 
810 
811 
813 



First Group.* 

Thomas F. Campbell 

William H. O'Brien 

Matthew Cummings 

Timothy F. Bradley 

Bernard Dorcey 

James W. Roster 

John D. Marr 

Oliver H. Bowman 

Matthew A. Welch 

Thomas F. Coveney 

Thomas H. Hanlon 

Joseph C. Lyons 



Ward 2J^. 

[Entitled to Twelve.] 

Second Group. 

912 Henry C. Towle 287 

904 James Woods 280 

903 Joseph E. Fitzgerald 290 

904 Daniel J. Gallagher 278 

867 Patrick J, Moore 279 

864 John F.Brooks . 280 

866 Dennis J. Coleman 282 

861 Michael C. Broughal 279 

866 Henry N. Homeyer 277 

867 Michael J, Brown 279 

865 1 John J. Reardon 279 

865 I Timothy J. Neville 278 



Ward 25. 
[Entitled to Nine. 



John H. Brogie. . . 
Stephen J. Moran. 
William Killion. . . 
Harry J. Fagan. . . 
Martin Ivory 



411 
400 
406 
403 
406 

* Elected 



John J. Lane 

Francis A. McLaughlin. 
James E. Murphey .... 
Michael Kelly 



400 
401 
403 
401 



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Democratic Votes Cast at State Primary, 1910. 

FOR DELEGATES TO COUNCILOR CONVENTION, 
SECOND DISTRICT. 

[The balance of this district comprises the First Bristol and the First and Second Norfolk 
Senatorial Districts.] 

Ward 20. 



Daniel J. Daly. . 

Walter J. Ward 

Charles A. Cur ran 

William Riley 

Wallace P. MacCallum. 
Thomas A. Murray . . . 

William J. Nolan 

John H. Keefe, Jr 

Roswell G. Hall 

Stephen E. Ryan 



[Entitled to 
1,739 
1,717 
1,717 
1,721 
1,718 
1,718 
1,716 
1,724 
1,716 
1,720 



Nineteen.] 

John F. Coleman, .Jr. . 
Thomas J. Culliney. . . 
Joseph F. Daley, Jr . . . 
Sylvester Connolly. . . . 

Martin Lustig 

Joseph A. Williamson. 

John St. Leger 

Francis S. Devlin 

Frank A. Walsh 



1,718 
1,719 
1,721 
1,717 
1,722 
1,717 
1,717 
1,717 
1,718 



Ward 21. 

[Entitled to Ten. 



Thomas M. Watson. 

Frederick Shay 

John Kiley 

David Kasanoff 

Patrick E. Lavey 



579 
575 

577 
577 
576 



Jacob Scheinfeldt. 
James T. Fleming. 
Joseph T. Mellyn. 
Thomas A. Riley. . 
John F. Shea 



574 
576 
574 
574 
577 



Ward 23. 
[Entitled to Eleven.] 



Richard J. Cronin 716 

John J. McCarthy. 701 

Richard J. Cahill 698 

Ward D. Prescott 711 

Walter R. J. Cahill 698 

Patrick J. Gately 707 



Thomas F. Minton . 
Henry C. Kramer. . . 
William J. Brooks. . 
Thomas S. Downey. 
Martin L. Godvin. . 



713 
697 
700 
703 
709 



Ward 24. 



First Group.* 

Thomas W. Cunniff 

Hugh J. McGovern 

Michael J. Denehy 

George M. Keating 

Thomas Fitzpatrick 

John P. Roach 

John T. McCarthy 

Patrick J. Mullaney 

Charles H. Warren 

James E. Hemsworth 

William H. Kehoe 

James H, Nickerson 



tied to Twelve.] 






Second Group. 




751 


Thomas F. McMannus 


294 


742 


John W. Flood ' -. . 


288 


744 


Hugh "V. Murray 


291 


740 


John V. Ronan 


286 


743 


Adam Law 


288 


744 


Thomas J. Connolly 


290 


744 


William E. McLaughlin 


287 


741 


John F. Nelson 


289 


739 


John J. Moore 


287 


737 


Florence E. Driscoll 


289 


740 


Michael P. Hart 


288 


743 


James A. Donovan 


289 


*EIe 


Bted. 





Election Department. 



27 



Democratic Votes Cast at State Primary, 1910. 

FOR DELEGATES TO COUNCILOR CONVENTION, 
FOURTH DISTRICT. 

[The balance of this district comprises Chelsea, Revere, Winthrop and the Second, 
Third and Fourth Middlesex Senatorial Districts.] 



Gerald E. Hart 

Louis A. Zielinger. . . . 
Daniel D. O'Flaherty. 
John H. Fitzgerald . . . 
Daniel F. Murphj^ 



Ward 1. 

[Entitled to Ten,] 

888 Francis A. Murphy 

885 Matthew J. Fitzpatrick. 

893 David M. Keefe 

899 John P. Morrison 

887 Thomas F. Mansfield. . . 



884 
885 
886 
888 
891 



Edward Doherty. 
Daniel J. Horgan. 



Ward 10. 

[Entitled to Four.] 

196 I Thomas T. Connolly. 
195 ' Edward Lienemann . . 



194 
193 



First Group* 

George A. Hopkins 

Joseph L. Frothingham 

Patrick J. Daly 

Patrick Fenelon , 



Ward 11. 

[Entitled to Four.] 

Second Group. 
161 Joseph J. Crowley 

173 Patrick J. McCarthy 

174 Daniel J. McNamara 

170 James C. Murphy 



52 
50 
50 
55 



Ward 25. 
[Entitled to Nine.] 



John A. Fleming 

Frank Riley 

Eugene O. Mallanphey. 

William J. Cullen 

Thomas L. Driscoll .... 



394 
'386 
390 
389 
391 

* Elected 



James M. Connors. 
Henry M. McBride. 
Nicholas Callahan. . 
Frank O. Shea 



385 
388 
388 
388 



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Democratic Votes Cast at State Primary, 1910. 

FOR DELEGATES TO COUNTY CONVENTION. 



Ward 1. 

: Entitled to Ten.] 



Daniel H. Ryan 

Alfred E. Wellington. . . . 

Samuel J. Carroll 

James F. Nolan 

Michael J. Cunningham. 



Bernard F. Hanrahan. 

Michael J. Leary 

John H. Fitzpatrick. . . 

George T. Verry 

John H. Lane 



949 
942 
950 
955 
951 



Francis A. Murphy. . . 

James J. Hobdell 

Thomas A. Niland, Jr. 

John A. Sheehan 

Edward F. Brennan. . . 



Ward 2. 

[Entitled to Nine.] 

1,335 I James E. Fitzgerald. 



1,349 
1,324 
1,323 
1,330 



Walter L. Dolan .... 
Michael J. Brennan. 
Abraham Alpert 



944 
946 
945 
945 
946 



1,338 
1,311 
1,313 
1,307 



Ward 3. 
Entitled to Nine.] 



First Group. 

John J. Conway 

Thomas J. Kelley 

John A. McGlinchy 

Charles P. Harrington, Jr. , 

William L. Lee 

Frank A. Reardon 

James Cook 

Fred J. Hudson 

Hugh F. McManamin 



William T. Rooney. 
James A. Russell. . . 
Charles J. Connor. . 



805 
794 

788 
798 
788 
785 
795 
785 
793 



Second Group. 

Cornelius E. Mahoney 

Frank A. Murphy 

George G. Neary 

Stephen H. Rogers 

James J. Mellen 

John J. McDermott 

Francis J. Murphy 

William H. Haggerty 

Daniel J. McDonald 



Ward 4. 

[Entitled to Six.] 

884 , John B. McElroy. 



877 
870 



James E. Shea 

John L. Wightman. 



Joseph M. Sullivan. . 

Daniel J. Kane 

Cornelius J. DriscoU. 
Edward Callahan. . . , 



Ward 5. , 

[Entitled to Seven.] 

846 I James H. O'Donnell . 



829 

824 
832 



Patrick J. Sullivan. 
Frederick N. Sears. 



John O'Hare 

Marciano Santosuosso. 
John J. A. Murphy. . . 



Ward 6. 

[Entitled to Six.] 

542 Dennis F. McCarthy. 

556 Joseph Toland 

552 Michael J. Bonner. . . 



Ward 7. 

[Entitled to Five.] 



Patrick J. Madigan. 

Frank P. Leary 

John J. Hogan 



564 
552 
561 

* Elected 



Joseph L. Corcoran. 
Charles F. Kimball. 



506 
509 
511 
505 
516 
505 
507 
504 
515 



877 
880 
872 



818 
821 

825 



529 
548 
537 



551 
559 



Election Department. 



29 



Democratic Votes Cast at State Primary, 1910. 

FOR DELEGATES TO COUNTY CONVENTION. 

Ward S. 
[Entitled to Ten.] 



Jeremiah J. McCarthy. 

William H. Cuddy 

James A. Bragan 

Charles F. Wilinsky... 
James H. Butler 



1,419 
1,399 
1,386 
1,403 
1,391 



John Walsh 

Richard J. Stack. . . 
Thomas E. Holland. 
Robert Robinson. . . 
John J. Feeney 



1,390 
1,381 
1,383 
1,392 
1,384 



Ward 9. 



First Group. 

Timothy F. Callahan 

Joseph Boraks 

Frederick J. Burrill 

Charles S. Stone 

John Pistorio . 

Ephraim Radio 

Edward L. Callahan 

Cornelius Mclntire 

Hugh T. Gartland 



titled 


to Nine.] 






Second Group* 




472 


John W. Leahon 


611 


403 


Thomas J. Flynn 


580 


398 


Christie A. Scheele 


568 


412 


Solomon Sacks 


588 


395 


Charles H. Reinhart 


576 


400 


John W. Ring 


566 


413 


Thomas J. Keefe 


571 


402 


Jacob Silverman 


578 


420 


John A. Donoghue 


572 



John J. Clifford 

Dennis J. McGillicuddy. 



Ward 10. 

[ Entitled to Four.] 

204 I John J. Purcell . . 
202 I John J, Dooling. 



198 
202 



First Group.* 

Charles A. Blake 

Henry A. Frothingham 

Lewis A. Armistead 

Patrick Fenelon 



Ward 11. 

[Entitled to Four.] 

Second Group. 

180 Patrick F. McKenna 

180 John Sheehan 

177 Jerome J. Crowley 

178 James A. Hagerty 



55 
52 
54 
53 



Ward 12. 

[Entitled to Seven.] 



Peter E. Whalen . . . 

John P. Brady 

Joseph W. Sheehan. 
John W. Collins... . 



565 
564 
563 
563 



Nicholas Gentleman. . 
Alexander R. Tolland. 
Michael J. Tobin 



555 
556 

561 



Ward 13. 
[Entitled to Nine.] 



John J. Gallagher . . . 
Francis H. Hughes. . 
John B. Hutchinson. 
Thomas J. Collins. . 
William J. Foley 



1,129 
1,121 
1,120 
1,167 
1,130 
* Elected. 



John Ridge 

James S. Quigley . . 
David J. Hurley. . . 
Bernard J. Devine. 



1,129 
1,109 
1,104 
1,112 



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City Document No. 13. 



Democratic Votes Cast at State Primary, 1910. 

FOR DELEGATES TO COUNTY CONVENTION. 

Ward 14.. 



Thomas J. Lally, Jr. 
Edward F. Myers . . . 
Richard J. Wallace . 
Nicholas J. Kelsch . . 
Thomas F. O'Brien. 
Edward F, Lee 



[Entitled to Twelve.] 



1,522 
1,521 
1,516 
1,513 
1,532 
1,513 



Dennis V. DriscoU 

Patrick F. Costello.... 
Cornelius J. Fitzgerald. 

Joseph J. Norton 

Patrick J. O'Brien 

Thomas F. Kane 



1,518 
1,511 
1,518 
1,531 
1,521 
1,516 



Ward 15. 

[Entitled to Eleven.] 



James M. Lane 1,514 

Thomas F. McGuire 1,481 

Peter McCoy 1,487 

John J. Mahoney 1,493 

Timothy J. Cronin 1,494 

Charles F. Leahy 1,487 



Charles R. Finley. 
Patrick H. Horan. 

John E. Shea 

James L. Murphy. 
William J. Feeley. 



1,483 
1,492 
1,493 
1,490 
1,482 



First Group. 

John P. Sullivan 

Charles M. Callahan 

Matthew J. Curtin 

Patrick H. Higgina 

Henry L. McCarthy 

John M. McDonald 

Thomas P. McGann 

Thomas A. Jennings 

William H. Quinn 

Edward R. Gookin 

Thomas F. Collins 



Ward 16. 

[Entitled to Eleven.] 

Second Group. 

601 Thomas S. Flaherty 

598 James T. Mooney 

598 James F. Townsend 

598 Thomas Farrell 

607 Patrick M. Costello 

603 Walter F. James 

592 Alonzo F. Harrington 

599 John E. Fleming 

594 Michael J. M. Carter 

595 Michael J. Collins 

596 WilHam M. Duggan 



582 
583 
581 
585 
585 
575 
576 
580 
580 
586 
578 



Ward 17. 

[Entitled to Twelve. 



William P. O'Brien 1,570 

John J, Coleman 1,537 

Edward A. Fallon 1,546 

Patrick Foley 1,552 

John F. Murphy 1,557 

Timothy J. Regan 1,550 



Bernard W. Marcus. 
William I. Quinn. . . 
John J. Finnerty . . . 
Jeremiah J. Good. . . 

John E. Roche 

Francis L. Daly. ... 



1,548 
1,550 
1,544 
1,599 
1,545 
1,579 



Patrick Edward Murray, Jr. 

James P. Timilty 

John Gately 

Henry Pike 



Ward 18. 

[Entitled to Eight.] 

878 James P. Ford 

925 Thomas F, Ryan. , 

Patrick J. Craven. 

Frank D. Bowles. , 
* Elected. 



878 
857 
871 
879 



Election Department. 



31 



Democratic Votes Cast at State Primary, 1910. 
FOR DELEGATES TO COUNTY CONVENTION. 

Ward 19. 

[Entitled to Fifteen.] 



John A. Lyons 1,645 

Patrick Blaney 1,640 

Albert J. Killion 1,644 

Joseph B. Quigley, Jr 1,639 

John J. Donovan 1,650 

Richard Terry 1,641 

Joseph E. McCloskey 1,644 

James F. Haj^de 1,636 



Michael Casey 

Timothy D. Mclnerney. 
Michael J. Kerrigan. ... 

Patrick J. Donnelly 

John P. Leonard 

Joseph Fortune 

Patrick J. Cunniff 



1,642 
1,670 
1,639 
1,647 
1,640 
1,637 
1,645 



John F. Kelley 

John H. Keefe, Jr 

Dillon McCormack. . . . 

John R. McVey 

Thomas A. Murray. . . . 

Michael F. Culliney 

James E. Connaughton 
Archibald A. Turner. . . 

Peter H. Garrity 

James E. Dorsey 



Ward 20. 

[Entitled to Nineteen.] 

Thomas F. Lomasney. 



1,740 
1,726 
1,729 
1,726 
1,727 
1,721 
1,720 
1,724 
1,722 
1,721 



John H. Hicks 

John E. Sweeney. . . . 

John D. Marks 

Frank H. Moynihan. 
David A. Noonan. . . 
Carleton S. Brett . . . . 
Michael J. Hogan. . . 
John P. Hatch 



1,721 
1,719 
1,723 
1,723 
1,721 
1,723 
1,719 
1,717 
1,720 



Ward 21. 
[Entitled to Ten.] 



Robert E, Maguire . . 
Daniel A. Cronin. . . . 
Martin P. F. Curley. 

John T, Kennedy 

John D. Berran 



610 
607 
613 
608 
610 



Francis J. Ward . . . 
Edward T. Curley. 
Michael F. Shay... 
James F. Maguire. 
John F. Shea 



607 
608 
607 
609 
609 



Ward 22. 
[Entitled to Eleven.] 



First Group.* 

John L. Kelley 

James J. Ganley 

John Gorman 

John Kelley 

Walter Heumann 

Patrick Shields 

Michael Maloney 

John Dailey 

Michael J. McDonough . . , 

Patrick McManus 

Patrick J. Horan 



479 
463 
463 
468 
463 
467 
464 
467 
462 
480 
467 



Second Group. 

John J. Burke 

Daniel P. Carey 

William F. Prindeville 

William P. V. Hartnett. . . 

Frank B. Bean 

JohnC. O'Toole 

Louis J. Eldracher 

Frank C. Harrison 

John J. Helf rich 

Joseph C. Farrenkopf . . . . 
Bernard A. McLaughlin. . 



433 
428 
430 
424 
420 
428 
421 
420 
421 
426 
424 



* Elected. 



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Democratic Votes Cast at State Primary, 1910. 

FOR DELEGATES TO COUNTY CONVENTION. 

Ward 23. 
[Entitled to Eleven.] 



John B. McGinty 765 

Patrick J. Brady 772 

James M. Dunbar 769 

Frank W. Pugh, Jr 763 

Patrick J. Buckley 763 

Richard J. Cronin 771 



Thomas J. Morrissey. 

JohnE. Kelly 

Nicholas J. Moran . . . 

Patrick Smith 

William J. Breslin. . . . 



762 
770 
760 
765 
760 



Ward 24. 

[Entitled to Twelve. 



First Group.*- 

Matthew Cummings 847 

Jerome B. Murray 842 

James H. Flanagan 837 

Thomas McGovern 834 

Henry F. Kehoe 835 

J. Joseph Barrett 832 

James E. McLaughlin 835 

Joseph W. Fish 836 

Joseph T. Walsh 837 

John J. Hoar 838 

Charles S. Lawler 833 

John J. Dailey 839 



Second Group. 

Michael J. Powers 

Jeremiah J. Coffey 

Joseph A. Singler 

Michael F. Glynn 

John J. Galvin 

Edward J. McGovern 

Thomas W. Diamond 

William A. Chamberlain .... 

Patrick J. Leehan 

John H. Lynch 

John S. Leicht , 

Timothy F. Dugan 



295 

285 
289 
289 
290 
292 
284 
284 
286 
290 
283 
288 



Ward 25. 

[Entitled to Nine.] 



James S. Kelly 

John Burke 

John W. Sullivan. . . 
Robert G. Doherty. 
Joseph M. Tierney . 



405 
402 
405 
402 
401 
* Elected. 



Edward T. Macneill . . 
Francis B. McKinney. 
William V. Rooney. . . 
Edmund T. Keefe 



403 
408 
401 
402 



Election Department. 



33 



Democratic Votes Cast at State Primary, 1910. 

FOR DELEGATES TO DISTRICT ATTORNEY CONVENTION. 

Ward 1. 



Thomas F. Mansfield . 

John W. Conley 

James F. Nolan 

Terence C. Treanor. . 
John Brant 



[Entitled to Ten. 



969 
957 
973 
961 
954 



Florence Nolan 

Bernard W. Hobdell . 
Dennis B. Sullivan . . 
John A. McGrath . . . 
George T. Rendle . . . 



953 
954 
953 
955 
946 



Ward 2. 

[Entitled to Nine.] 



Michael H. Fitzgerald .... 

Abraham C. Berman 

Thomas O. McEnaney, 2d. 

Bernard F. Hanrahan 

John J. Douglass 



1,3.36 
1,299 
1,308 
1,298 
1,312 



William G. Donovan . 
Thomas M. Smiddy. 
Michael J. Curley. . . 
Joseph Amereena. . . . 



1,308 
1,285 
1,298 
1,282 



Ward 3. 



First Group. 

Bernard F. Tague 

Thomas Maxwell 

James J. Mullen, Jr 

John P. Tully 

David Doody 

Joseph Hayward 

John J. Coady 

John F. O'Brien 

David B. Shaw 



James H. Conley 

Charles H. Fitzgerald. 
Gregory J. Hamilton . 



William H. McKendry, Jr. 

John P. Buckley . . . .» 

Patrick J. Sullivan 

Patrick J. McArdle 



James Bacigalupo . 
Patrick F. Brogan . 
Vincent Brogna. . . 



[Entitled to Nine.] 






Second Group. 




950 


Francis J. Murphy 


440 


929 


George J. Roe 


426 


935 


Edward J. Phillips 


424 


931 


Charles A. Garrity 


427 


930 


Daniel J. McDonald 


435 


935 


John H. Jennings 


426 


932 


James M. Doherty 


428 


934 


Cornelius E. Mahoney 


427 


951 


James J. Mellen . . 


436 


Ward 4. 




[Entitled to Six.] 




943 


Frank J. Riley 


933 


940 


Charles J. McNulty 


933 


934 ' Daniel Quinlan, Jr 


938 


Ward 5. 




[Entitled to Seven.] 




917 


Cornelius J. DriscoU 


906 


937 


Michael F. Donovan 


917 


914 


Edward Callahan 


909 


926 






Ward 6. 




[Entitled to Six.] 




576 


Michael O'Neil 


570 


568 


Michael Nazzaro 


560 


570 


William J. Clark 


576 


*E1( 


jcted. 





34 



City Document No. 13. 



Democratic Votes Cast at State Primary, 1910. 

FOR DELEGATES TO DISTRICT ATTORNEY CONVENTION. 

Ward 7. 



First Group* 



James F. McDermott. 

JohnE. Hill 

James A. Sullivan . . . . 
Patrick J. Madigan. . . 
James J. O'Brien 



[Entitled to Five. 



417 
402 
413 
399 
402 



Second Group, 



Dennis J. Bowler , 

Thomas A. Griffin 

John J. Sweeney 

Thomas James Reddy. 
Charles T. Moriarty. . 



72 
74 
78 
67 
75 



Ward 8. 

[Entitled to Ten.] 



Martin M. Lomasney. 
William F. Donovan. . 
Robert K. McKirdy. . 
David Mancovitz . . . . 
John T. Maguire 



1,491 
1,414 
1,431 
1,448 
1,423 



Max Goldfarb 

Abraham H. Weinstein. 

John H. Farley 

Charles E. Gallagher . . 
John F. Corcoran 



1,421 
1,428 
1,426 
1,411 
1,416 



First Group.* 

John J. Attridge 

David A. Barry 

Joseph Seminara 

David A. Burns 

Charles S. Boogush 

Charles J. Donovan 

Michael Meyers 

Matthew J. Brennan. .,. . . . , 
Joseph M. Heffernan 



Ward 9. 

[Entitled to Nine.] 

Second Group. 

736 Abraham Hyman 

672 Rosario Lo Surdo 

656 William L. Pierce 

639 John J. Connolly 

653 Edward J. McCarthy. ...... 

659 Robert H. Gavagan 

658 Ephraim Radio . . . 

666 Abe Altshuler 

658 Charles S. Stone 



329 
310 
316 
337 
331 
315 
317 
323 
318 



Edward Lienemann .... 
Dennis J. McGillicuddy. 



Ward 10. 

[Entitled to Four,] 

203 I John J. Costello... 
207 1 Patrick J. Leonard. 



207 
206 



First Group.* 

Joseph L. Frothingham 

Thomas G. Frothingham. . . , 

Henry A. Frothingham 

Charles A. Blake 



Ward 11. 
[Entitled to Four.] 

Second Group. 

173 James C. Murphy 

171 Walter J. Ryan 

169 John J. Knox 

170 John W. Butler 



61 

58 
57 
58 



Timothy W. Murphy. 

John J. Linehan 

Timothy McCarthy. . 
JohnE. Ward 



Ward 12. 

[Entitled to Seven.] 

602 George F. Keenan. 



584 
588 
582 

* Elected 



James A. Walsh 

Charles H. McBarron. 



581 
586 
580 



Election Department. 



35 



Democratic Votes Cast at State Primary, 1910. 

FOR DELEGATES TO DISTRICT ATTORNEY CONVENTION. 

Ward 13. 

[Entitled to Nine.] 



Jeremiah J. McNamara 1,372 

William J. Foley 1,314 

Bernard J. Devine 1,310 

Dennis J. Collins 1,328 

Frank J. Nolan 1,314 



John T. Nee 

Timothy A. Daly. 
John F. Boland . . . 
Thomas J. Collins. 



1,310 
1,310 
1,310 
1,347 



Ward lU. 

[Entitled to Twelve.] 



Thomas F. O'Brien 1,613 

Walter J. Mayers 1,592 

John T. Landers 1,587 

Thomas J. Flynn 1,588 

James Fennessey 1,587 

William M. Cole 1,590 



Eugene J. Daly 

Edward Miller 

James A, Kiley 

James J. Mellon 

Joseph J." Norton ...... 

Cornelius J. Fitzgerald. 



1,586 
1,585 
1,592 
1,590 
1,599 
1,592 



Ward 15. 
[Entitled to Eleven. 



John L. Monahan 1,594 

Daniel V. Mclsaac 1,602 

John F, McMorrow 1,593 

Richard A. Lane 1,578 

John J. Leary 1,575 

William D. Collins 1,595 



Cornelius M. Ahern . 
James T. Moriarty. 

John Cannon 

John J. Creed 

James L. Gagan. . . 



1,570 
1,583 
1,577 
1,589 
1,579 



Ward 16. 

[Entitled to Eleven.] 



First Group.* 

Edward D. Murphy 

William Horritz 

Patrick H. Higgins 

John A. Foley 

George Harris 

John P. Sullivan 

Thomas F. Collins 

Henry L. McCarthy 

Thomas P. McGann 

William H. Quinn 

John M. McDonald 



792 
769 
776 
779 
771 
778 
777 
777 
771 
774 
779 



Second Group. 

Patrick M. Costello 

Frank E. Grant 

Thomas Farrell 

James F. Flaherty 

James F. Townsend 

Alonzo F. Harrington 

John E. Fleming 

Michael J. Collins 

Michael J. M. Carter 

William M. Duggan 

Charles J, Furlong 



473 
464 
469 
464 
462 
461 
463 
469 
464 
460 
460 



Ward 17. 

[Entitled to Twelve. 



Herbert A. Kenny. . . 
Frank A, McAnulty . 

John E. Roche 

Harry Rodberg 

John Bowen 

John J. Finley 



1,621 
1,601 
1,601 
1,598 
1,599 
1,601 



Timothy A. Hurley. . 
Jeremiah J. Good. . . 

John Kearns 

Clarence E. Goodwin. 
William P. O'Brien.. 
Simon Kanter 



1,609 
1,646 
1,612 
1,608 
1,607 
1,602 



* Elected. 



36 



City Document No. 13. 



Democratic Votes Cast at State Primary, 1910. 

FOR DELEGATES TO DISTRICT ATTORNEY CONVENTION. 



Ward 18. 

[Entitled to Eight.] 

886 Matthew McCusker. . . 

848 John C. Conaty 

861 Peter F. Murray 

834 Patrick E. Murray, Jr. 



John J. Butler 

Michael P. Manning. . . . 

John Gately 

Patrick J. Craven 

Francis M. Costello 

Arthur R. V. Hill 

Mark Stone, 1st 

John C. Crossen 

James A. McCormack. . . 
Thomas F. Colahan, Jr. , 

Thomas J. Coffey 

Patrick Daly 

Michael F. Culliney 

Peter F. McCarty 

Frederick M. J. Sheenan 

Peter R. Harrigan 

Henry Kahn 

Owen A. Cunningham. . . 

Louis A. Foley 

Edward J. Donahoe 

George W. Lally 

George J. Higgins 



Ward 19. 

[Entitled to Fifteen.] 



1,873 
1,847 
1,849 
1,854 
1,852 
1,854 
1,855 
1,839 



Dennis C. Coakley. . . 
Michael F. O'Hara. . . 
Anthony F. O' Kelly. . 
Jeremiah E. Murphy. 
Thomas J. Scollin. . . . 

James Brodigan 

Timothy F. Murphy. 



Ward 20. 



[Entitled to 

1,968 
1,959 
1,958 
1,956 
1,955 
1,953 
1,955 
1,956 
1,956 
1,952 



Nineteen.] 
James B. Dealy. . . . 
Arthur G. McVey. . 
James E. O'Connell. 
John E. Kavanaugh. 
George J. Weller. . . . 
Walter J. Dayton . . . 
William H. Crone. . . 
William A. Bunton. 
James D. Fallon. . . . 



Ward 21. 

[Entitled to Ten.] 



Robert E. Maguire . . 
Daniel A. Cronin. . . . 
Martin P. F. Curley. 
John T. Kennedy . . . . 
John D. Berran 



609 
607 
611 
609 
608 



Francis J. Ward . . . 
Edward T. Curley. 
Michael F. Shay. . 
James F. Maguire. 
John F. Shea 



Ward 22. 
[Entitled to Eleven. 



First Group. 

Patrick J. Beasty 

Giuseppe Caliri 

John Needham 

John M. McKenzie 

James P. Kelley 

John B. Gunning 

John W. Goode 

John Gormian 

Patrick Rice 

Arthur C. Brady 

Arthurs. Griffin 



557 
548 
555 
553 
558 
548 
553 
549 
545 
552 
553 



Second Group. 

Matthew J. Hanley 

Daniel P. Carey 

Patrick F. Manning 

Nicholas J. Mulcahy 

Leo A. Helfrich 

Hubert L. Gilmore 

Thomas H. Butler 

Joseph Moffie 

William Jacobs 

William G. Campbell 

Frank B. Bean 



849 
845 
865 
859 



1,846 
1,864 
1,850 
1,858 
1,845 
1,849 
1,860 



1,954 
1,954 
1,964 
1,959 
1,953 
1,958 
1,956 
1,955 
1,955 



608 
608 
607 
608 
607 



346 
342 
348 
335 
337 
341 
347 
334 
341 
342 
337 



* Elected. 



Election Department. 



37 



Democratic Votes Cast at State Primary, 1910. 

FOR DELEGATES TO DISTRICT ATTORNEY CONVENTION. 

Ward 23. 

[Entitled to Eleven.] 



Patrick J. Brady . . . 
Jean P. Nickerson. . 

Joseph P, Lyons 

William J. Breslin. . 
John F. McDonald . 
John B. McGinty. . 



783 
767 
770 
763 
781 
759 



Frank W. Pugh, Jr.. 
William J. Brooks. . . 
James M. Dunbar . . . 
Lawrence J. Malone . 
Henry E. Lawler. . . . 



763 
761 
766 
760 
766 



First Group. 

Bernard Dorcey 

Jeremiah C. Murphy 

Michael T. McAndrew. . . . 

Patrick A. Stanton 

Arthur H. Gormley 

Patrick J. Galvin 

David J. Byrne 

Frazier L. Leary 

William B. Curran 

WilhamF. Sheehy 

Patrick J. Larkin 

Peter J. Fallon 



Ward 24. 

[Entitled to Twelve.] 

Second Group. 

882 Joseph F. Fox 264 

879 James P. Kelly 264 

870 Michael J. Barry 269 

876 William J. O'Brien 264 

870 Cormick J. McMahon 263 

876 Patrick Kenneally 262 

872 Nicholas C. Powers 265 

875 David R. McQuaid 264 

876 WilHam A. Walker 262 

876 John J. Galvin 265 

875 James H. Godkin 263 

878 John A. Burckhart 267 



Ward 25. 

[Entitled to Nine. 



Dennis M. White 

Henry F. Mclnerney. 

James E. Burns 

James A. Ryan 

William P. Mulcahey . 



408 
403 
401 
408 
402 

* Elected 



Edward F. Cavanaugh. 
James W. McKenney . 
Charles D. DriscoU. . . . 
Daniel F. Hickey 



402 
401 
400 

402 



38 



City Document No. 13. 



Democratic Votes Cast at State Primary, 1910. 

FOR WARD COMMITTEES. 



Ward 1. 

[Entitled to Ten.] 



James F. Nolan ........ 

John Brant 

Michael J. Cunningham. 
Thomas F. Mansfield. . . 
William I. Calhoun. . . . . 

John F. Sullivan 

Michael H. Fitzgerald . . , 

James E. Fitzgerald 

John H. Lane 

John H. Fitzpatrick. 



First Group. ''^ 

John J. Mahoney 

James H. Wilson 

Hugh F. McManamin 

John H. Sullivan. .'. 

Cornelius J. Cadogan 

Bernard F. Tague 

William J. O'Brien 

John J. Conway 

David B. Shaw 

Thomas H. Green 

David F. Scanlan 

John D. Cadogan 

Timothy J. Buckley 

Timothy A Connor 

John C. Hurley 

Frederick N. Sears 

Philip J. McGonagle 

Andrew A. Badaracco 

Edward C. Fitzgerald 

Christopher P. McCaffrey. . 

John F. Collins 

James F. McDermott 



985 
968 
975 
968 
965 



Casper Kalish 

Francis A. Murphy. . . 
Thomas A. Niland, Jr. 
Daniel J. Sheehan. . . . 
Francis P. Howard. . . 



Ward 2. 
[Entitled to Nine. 



Bernard F. Hanrahan. 

Giovanni Bellizea 

Charles Berman 

Patrick A. Lang 



1,382 
1,354 
1,353 
1,359 
1,344 



Ward 3. 

[Entitled to Nine.] 

Second Group, 
963 James J. Mellen 

943 John F. Duddy 

938 Michael W. Fitzgerald 

937 John F. Egan 

935 Thomas Cook 

944 Francis J. Murphy 

943 Cornelius E. Mahoney 

935 James F. Sweeney 

944 Daniel J. McDonald 



962 
959 
968 
979 
961 



1.351 
1,305 
1,306 
1,337 



Ward 4. 

[Entitled to Six.] 



997 
959 
960 



John L. Wightman. . . 
Thomas F. McKenna. 
Eugene S. Mehagan. . 



Ward 5. 

[Entitled to Seven.] 



1,057 

1,006 

1,021 

998 



John P. Mahoney. . 
John J. Crowley. . . 
Arthur Harrington. 



Ward 6. 

[Entitled to Six.] 



598 
575 
581 



John Rocket 

Louis C. Cassano . . . 
Edward E. Higgins . 



Ward 7. 
[Entitled to Five.] 



532 
524 
523 I 
* Elected 



John Morrissey . . 
John J. Mahoney 



517 
498 
499 
502 
500 
500 
504 
502 
510 



946 
951 
951 



1,007 
1,010 
1,020 



567 
570 
574 



514 
506 



Election Department. 



39 



Democratic Votes Cast at State Primary, 1910. 

FOR WARD COMMITTEES. 



Ward 8. 

[Entitled to Ten.] 



William H. Cuddy. . . 
Joseph A. Maynard . , 
Joseph P. Lomasney. 
Daniel J. McGrath. . 
Charles Coleman. . . . 



1,292 
1,284 
1,348 
1,382 
1,274 



Jacob Robinson 

Jeremiah J. McCarthy. 

James J. Ryan 

William H. Driscoll . . . . 
William A. Hagerty. . . 



1,295 
1,299 
1,275 
1,274 
1,276 



Ward 9. 



First Group. 

Timothy F. Callahan 

Edward F. Fitzgerald 

Michael Myers 

Robert H. Gavagan 

Abe Altshuler 

Anthony Garruffi 

Aaron Yaffe 

Frederick J. Burrill 

John J. Gartland 



Edward Lienemann . 
Patrick J. Leonard . 



[Entitled 


to Nine.] 






Second Group.* 




465 


Robert J. Howell 


568 


414 


James J. Lanigan 


545 


402 


Alfred F. Hurbitz 


542 


397 


Joseph I. Altman 


546 


402 


John J. Fisher 


534 


386 


David McCarthy 


540 


410 


Charles E. Theall 


529 


395 


Michael J. Tobin. 


539 


440 


JohnF, Taaffe 


529 


War 


d 10. 




[Entitled to Four.] 




185 


John J. Purcell 


183 


183 


Jeremiah E. McCarthy '. 


188 



First Group.* 

Henry A. Frothingham 

Patrick Fenelon 

Charles A. Blake 

Patrick J. Daly 



Ward 11. 

[Entitled to Four.] 

Second Group. 

178 James C. Murphy 

171 John A. Breslin 

171 George W. Herman 

176 Jerome J. Crowley 



55 

48 
49 
52 



Ward 12. 

[Entitled to Seven.] 



Henry W. Harrington. 

Thomas H. Gillard 

Maurice E. FitzGerald. 
Edward F. Driscoll . . . . 



533 
531 
533 
536 



Joseph S. Murray . 
Thomas F. Russell. 
Thomas Roach. ... 



535 
533 
532 



Ward 13. 

[Entitled to Nine.] 



Dennis J. Collins 

Francis H. Hughes 

Daniel J. Moynihan, Jr. 
Edmund A. Mahoney . . . 
Patrick A. Foley 



1,321 
1,304 
1,315 
1,304 

1,298 

* Elected 



William J. Manning .... 
Thomas J. O'Connor. . . . 

Timothy J. Murphy 

Jeremiah J. McNamara . 



1,300 
1,313 
1,292 
1,347 



40 



City Document No. 13. 



Democratic Votes Cast at State Primary, 1910. 

FOR WARD COMMITTEES. 



Joseph J. Norton 

Cornelius J. Fitzgerald 
Thomas F. O'Brien.. . 

James J. McSoUa 

James M. O'Hearn. . . . 
James P. O'Mara 



Ward 14. 

[Entitled to Twelve.] 

1,603 Thomas F. O'Hearn. 

1,587 Patrick Cavanaugh. . 

1,593 William J. Curtin. . . 

1,587 Joseph P. A'Hearn. . 

1.582 Bernard J. Dillon. . . 

1.583 John J. Clancy 



1,581 
1,581 
1,582 
1,579 
1,581 
1,579 



Ward 15. 

[Entitled to Eleven.] 



James M. Lane 1,508 

Edward D. Collins 1,538 

Hugh Mealey, Jr 1,507 

Peter F. McNiff 1,496 

John W. Robinson, Jr 1,476 

John J. Barry 1,494 



Jeremiah F. O'Connor. 

John J. Kine 

John J. Connolly 

Michael J. Roche , 

John F. Clancy 



1,497 
1,483 
1,492 
1,485 
1,498 



Ward 16. 

[Entitled to Eleven.] 



First Group. 

John M. McDonald 617 

Edward D. Murphy 602 

Thomas t. Collins 602 

Thomas A. Jennings. 599 

Edward R. Gookin 604 

Louis Papp V . . . . 595 

Matthew J. Curtin 600 

John A. Foley 603 

John P. Sullivan 601 

George Harris 594 

Benjamin Quinlan 602 



Second Group 

Thomas Farrell 

Frank L. Trainor 

William H. Barter 

James F. Flaherty 

James F. Townsend 

Robert J. Brennan 

William Bransfield 

George F. Guy 

Alonzo F. Harrington 

John O'Brien 

James T. Mooney 



659 
652 
642 
653 
646 
649 
647 
640 
646 
650 
654 



Jeremiah J Good . . . . 
Thomas F. Farrell. . . 

John Bowen 

Patrick J. Dooley. . . . 

Marks Angel 

Hubert H. McCorkle 



Ward 17. 
[Entitled to Twelve. 
1,631 



Simon Kanter 

Martin J. Smith 

Lemuel P. Vaughan. 
Edward F. Carney. . 
John J. Long 



1,562 
1,555 
1,568 
1,559 
1,551 Lawrence Cunningham. 



1,552 
1,552 
1,551 
1,554 
1,554 
1,560 



Ward 18. 
[Entitled to Eight. 



James P. Timilty. . , 
Thomas F. Kenney 
Patrick E. Murray. 
Malacha Craven. . . . 



900 
866 
853 

848 



Charles Clinton 

Daniel P. Harrington. 

John J. Butler 

John Gately 



831 
841 
842 
870 



* Elected. 



Election Department. 



41 



Democratic Votes Cast at State Primary, 1910. 

FOR WARD COMMITTEES. 



James Mclnerney. . . . 

James Mantle 

John F. O'Neil 

Michael Casey 

Joseph E. McCloskey. 

Morris Cohen 

John C. Crowley 

John S. Kneeland . . . . 



First Group* 



Daniel T. O'Connell. . 
Michael F. Culhney . . 
Walter J. Dayton . . . . 

John J. Hickey 

Peter H. Garrity 

Judson H. Record. . . . 
Cornelius J. Hartnett. 
Frederick W. Smullen. 
Arthur G. McVey. . . . 
John F. Reardon. . .». 

John A. Maguire 

John Wallace 

J. Ernest Myers 

John J. O'Leary 

John T. Bowers 

Henry Kahn 

Thomas F, O'Connell. 
Peter J. Donaghue. . . 
Frank A. Walsh 



John T. Kennedy . . . 
Michael F. Shay . . . . 
Martin P. F. Curley. 
Robert E. Maguire. . 
James J. Maloney. . . 



Ward 19. 

[Entitled to Fifteen.] 



1,980 
1,904 
1,905 
1,904 
1,905 
1,904 
1,902 
1,914 



William Carroll 

Eugene Cronin 

Joseph J. Donovan. . 

John T. Keogh 

Joseph C. Burke .... 
Bernard J. Lyons . . . 
Edward McCuUough . 



1,902 
1,907 
1,906 
1,904 
1,906 
1,902 
1,901 



Ward 20. 



[Entitled to 

1,321 
1,283 
1,280 
1,290 
1,279 
1,279 
1,275 
1,277 
1,277 
1,273 
1,275 
1,273 
1,273 
1,275 
1,270 
1,271 
1,279 
1,277 
1,275 



Nineteen.] 

Second Group. 

Patrick H. Kelley 

Maurice J. Walsh 

William J. Daly 

James H. Baldwin 

Walter A. Buie 

William J. Power 

Redmond S. Fitzgerald .... 

Thomas J. Boles 

William J. Mullaney 

Michael J. McDonnell 

Richard King 

Joseph M. Kelly 

Lawrence P. Shannon 

Joseph S. O'Brien 

William J. Connaughton . . . 

John A. Kelley 

Herbert J. Lane 

Arthur L. Norton 

Dominick J. McDonough . . 



Ward 21. 

[Entitled to Ten.] 



597 
597 
601 
596 
596 



John F. Shea 

Francis J. Ward. . . 
James T. Kenney. 
William H. Lynch. 
Edward T. Curley. 



[E 



First Group. 

* Patrick McManus 

* Joseph F. Goode 

* Thomas J. Reddington . . 

Bernard Flanagan , 

James J. Clancy 

*JohnL. Kelly 

Frederick A. Schuman. . . 

Edward J. Kelley 

John B. Gunning 

William E. Conry 

James F. McGuigan. . . . 



527 
509 
502 
492 
490 
493 
490 
492 
489 
485 
491 



Ward 22. 

ntitled to Eleven.] 

Second Group. 

* James J. McCarty 

* Jeremiah J. Kelley 

Francis L. Barry 

* Daniel P. Carey 

William G. Campbell 

* Hubert L. Gilmore 

John J. Burke 

* Matthew J. Hanley 

John C. O'Toole 

James P. Carty 

Alexander Cohen 



855 
851 

845 
854 
843 
851 
858 
847 
849 
849 
845 
847 
844 
845 
847 
844 
844 
852 
850 



599 
596 
595 
597 
596 



520 
509 
489 
495 
492 
493 
489 
499 
487 
490 
489 



* Elected. 



42 



City Document No. 13. 



Democratic Votes Cast at State Primary, 1910. 

FOR WARD COMMITTEES. 
Ward 23. 

[Entitled to Eleven.] 



Patrick J. Brady 764 

James M. Dunbar 745 

Richard J. Cronin 746 

Frank W. Pugh, Jr 743 

John B. McGinty 739 

Thomas J. Morrissey 746 



John E. Kelly 

Daniel J. Mahoney. 
Henry C. Kramer . . 
Martin L. Godvin. . 
John H. Smith 



753 
740 
735 
740 
743 



First Group.'* 

John J. Hoar 

Jeremiah C. Murphy 

Charles S. Lawler 

Bernard Dorcey 

Thomas McGovern 

Thomas W. Cunniff 

John D. Marr 

David J. Byrne 

Matthew A. Welch 

Thomas F. Coveny 

James E. Hemsworth 

William H. O'Brien 



Ward 24. 

[Entitled to Twelve.] 

Second Group. 

838 Michael E. Flynn 427 

826 John A. Brady 413 

820 Patrick J. Brophy 414 

826 John P. Riley 415 

829 Stanley J. L. Gallagher ' 413 

825 Hugh J. Brady 407 

826 Thomas F. Kelley • 414 

815 Timothy F. Dugan 408 

824 Henry N. Homeyer 410 

819 Michael J. Brown 409 

822 Florence E. Driscol! . . ' 414 

821 Michael J. Powers 413 



Ward 25. 
[Entitled to Nine.] 



John H. Brogie ... 

James S. Kelly. . . . 
Dennis M. White . . 
Frank W. Doherty . 
John A. Fleming . . 



390 

388 
390 
386 
389 

* Elected 



James Powers .... 
Patrick H. Barry. . 
John Kingston, Jr. 
James F. Kelly . . . 



.391 
389 
385 

388 



Election Department. 



43 



Number of Democratic Ballots Cast at State Primary, 1910. 



Waeds. 



1. 

2. 

3. 

4. 

5. 

6. 

7. 

8. 

9. 
10. 
11. 
12. 
13. 
14. 
15. 
16. 
17. 
18. 
19. 
20. 
21. 
22. 
23. 
24. 
25. 



Precincts. 



I. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15 



69 


42 


101 


245 


195 


254 


225 


345 


341 


338 


182 


259 


190 


374 


287 


126 


163 


192 


47 


97 


199 


318 


310 


197 


254 


335 


238 


72 


30 


29 


40 


57 


71 


61 


25 


84 


248 


254 


201 


381 


402 


258 


192 


411 


348 


223 


403 


532 


233 


279 


144 


247 


143 


80 


321 


228 


384 


237 


256 


237 


100 


99 


89 


219 


305 


256 


87 


327 


230 


209 


183 


116 


72 


25 


28 



94 

208 

393 

253 

134 

208 

128 

368 

317 

18 

53 

92 

289 

268 

259 

197 

278 

172 

374 

237 

57 

154 

276 

142 

78 



164 
233 
393 
255 
292 
215 
250 
265 
206 
9 
23 
49 
279 
278 
355 
191 
272 
363 
182 
370 
73 
174 
156 
117 
109 



237 

242 

296 

145 

216 

89 

202 

362 

175 

20 

10 

216 

248 

213 

249 

109 

227 

345 

254 

291 

30 

69 

92 

183 

101 



247 
419 



242 



257 
23 
17 
227 
311 
312 
323 
297 
370 

449 

183 

78 

86 

61 

112 

114 



245 
274 



124 



29 



134 



294 
339 
312 

470 

392 
111 

42 
215 

59 
142 



283 

240 

127 

57 

101 
143 



119 



130 

47 



142 



143 
59 



167 



146 



355 



146 



Total . 



Totals. 



1,333 

2,070 

1,993 

1,432 

1,493 

1,359 

923 

1,820 

1,782 

255 

308 

754 

2,124 

2,451 

2,449 

1,952 

2,556 

1,350 

2,824 

3,062 

763 

1,478 

1,389 

1.775 

527 

40,222 



REPUBLICAN VOTES CAST AT 

STATE PEIMAEY, 

SEPTEMBER 27, 1910. 



46 



City Document No. 13. 



Republican Votes Cast at State Primary, 1910. 

FOR REPRESENTATIVES IN CONGRESS. 

Ninth District. 

[The balance of this district comprises Winthrop.] 



Wards. 


* 

m 

H 

< 

o 

< 

1—1 


02 
O 

o 

< 


1 


612 
74 
39 
40 
42 
75 
46 
80 
85 
43 


3 


2 




3 


1 


4 




5 




6 




7 


1 ^ 


8 




9 




12 (Precincts 6 and 7) 








Totals 


1,136 


5 







Tenth District. 
[The balance of this district comprises Milton and Quincy.] 



Wards. 





H 


* 


^ 


^ 


O 


> 


h3 


h3 


H? 


< 


^ 




pq 


o 


§ 


Eh 


<!l 


M 


M 


^ 






1—1 


1^" 


^ 






13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

20 

24 

Totals 



30 


8 


155 


29 


81 


25 


144 


54 


114 


27 


1,016 


476 


862 


790 


2,402 


1,409 



* Nominated. 



Election Department. 



47 



Republican Votes Cast at State Primary, 1910. 
FOR REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS. 

Eleventh District. 







* 










(^ 










H-n 










)^ 










o 










H 










tH 










O 










o 


< 








>H 


« 






Wards. 




< 








Q 


o 


tc 






§ 


^ 


<3i 






< 


w 


P^ 






1— 1 


M 


-+J 






h:1 




o 






^ 




<1 


10 


301 
191 
269 


263 
213 

280 


1 


11 




12 (Precincts 1, 


2, 3, 4 and 5) 




18 




79 
50 
646 
534 
664 
357 


115 
87 
312 
221 
247 
408 




19 




21 




22 


3 


23 




25 








Totals 


3,091 


2,146 


4 







* Nominated. 



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Republican Votes Cast at State Primary, 1910. 

FOR COUNCILOR. 

Third District. 
[The balance of this district comprises "Wards 1, 2, 3 and 4 of Cambridge.] 



Wards. 


* 

• 

H 

d 

o 


s 
o 
< 


2 


80 

41 

39 

39 

63 

42 

70 

87 

480 

31 

158 

94 

167 

124 

144 

112 

566 




3 




4 


1 


5 




6 




7 


1 


8 




9 ^. 




12 




13 




14 




15 


1 


16 




17 




18 




19 




22 








Totals 


2,337 


3 








* Nominated. 







Election Department. 



49 



Republican Votes Cast at State Primary, 1910. 

FOR SENATORS. 

First Suffolk District. 

[The balance of this district comprises Chelsea, Revere and Winthrop.] 

Ward 1. Totals, 

* Edward B. Newton 668 668 

William M. Robinson 256 256 

Second Suffolk District. 

[The balance of this district comprises Wards 1, 2 and 3 of Cambridge.] 

Ward 2. Ward 3. Ward 4. Ward 5. Total. 

* Henry C. Weeks 82 39 41 40 202 

Third Suffolk District. 

[The balance of this district comprises Ward 4 of Cambridge.] 

Ward 6. Ward 7. Ward 8. Total. 

* Giovanni G. Crisafi 73 39 64 176 

Fourth Suffolk District. 

Ward 9. Ward 12. Ward 17. Total. 

* Charles R. Fuller 88 499 130 717 

Fifth Suffolk District. 

Ward 10. Ward 11. Ward 25. Totals. 

* George Holden Tinkham 503 355 662 1,520 

All others — 2 — 2 

Sixth Suffolk District. 

Ward 13. Ward 14. Ward 15. Ward 16. Total. 

* Charles H. S. Robinson 34 163 89 171 457 

Seventh Suffolk District. 

Ward 18. Ward 19. Ward 22. Totals. 

* Charles H. Bryant 124 123 573 820 

Israel Mostowitz ,. . . 53 7 64 124 

Eighth Suffolk District. 

Ward 20. Ward 21. Totals. 

Rahlford H. Barnes 63 21 84 

* Harry H. Ham 781 491 1,272 

Thomas M. Vinson 782 476 1,258 

Ninth Suffolk District. 

Ward 23. Ward 24. Totals. 

Edward W. Brewer 379 238 617 

Fred C. Gilpatric 206 610 816 

* Lyman R. Swett 386 931 1,317 

* Nominated. 



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Republican Votes Cast at State Primary, 1910. 

FOR REPRESENTATIVES IN GENERAL COURT. 

First District. 

[Entitled to Two.] Ward 1. 

* Edward C. R. Bagley 749 

* Benjamin Fred Bates . . ^ 578 

James Eraser 240 

Second District. 

[Entitled to Two.] Ward 2. 

John G. Anderson 1 

* Thomas J. Boyd . ' 2 

James E. Fitzgerald 1 

John J. Kearney 1 

A. E. Payne 1 

George Wickson 1 

- ' Third District. 

[Entitled to Two.] Ward 3. 

* Daniel T. Callahan 37. 

* John W. MacLean 38 

Fourth District. 

[Entitled to Three.] Ward 4. Ward 5- Totals. 

* Herbert B. Dexter 44 41 85 

* Arthur W. Forbush 44 40 84 

,*HerbertL. Wolff... 40 39 79 

Sixth District. 

[Entitled to Two.] Ward 6. 

James Joseph Bonner 23 

Bernardo DeDominicis _ 41 

* Rocco Leone 85 

* Ernest F, Saunders 68 

Alexander G. Vaccaro 52 

Seventh District. 

[Entitled to One.] " Ward 7. 

* William H. Coblentz 41 

All others 2 

Eighth District. 

[Entitled to Two.] Ward 8. 

* John W. Vaughan 72 

* Jacob Wasserman 70 

Ninth District.. 

[Entitled to Two.] Ward 9. 

* Nicholas Caraf otias 77 

* Thomas C. Murch 81 

* Nominated. 



Election Department. 



51 



Republican Votes Cast at State Primary, 1910. 

FOR REPRESENTATIVES IN GENERAL COURT. 

Tenth District. 

[Entitled to Two.] Ward 10. 

* Channing H. Cox 513 

* David T. Montague 515 

Eleventh District. 

[Entitled to Two.] Ward 11. 

* Courtenay Crocker 357 

* Grafton D. Gushing 352 

All others 2 

Twelfth District. 

[Entitled to Two.] Ward 12. 

* Seth F. Arnold ' 354 

William Berwin 224 

WilUam E. Chester 132 

* Freeman O. Emerson 317 

Joseph LTirig 238 

Thirteenth District {Ward 13). 
[Entitled to Two.] 
No nomination. 

Fourteejith District. 

[Entitled to Two.] Ward 14. 

* Jacob C. Bibber 163 

* Charles D. Cheney 157 

Fifteenth District. 

[Entitled to Two.] Ward 15. 

* Dexter R. Neal 15 

* Augustus G. Nowlin 19 

All others 6 

Sixteenth District. 

[Entitled to Two.] Ward 16. 

* Charles J. Beatey 166 

* Edward B. Callender 171 

All others 3 

Seventeenth District. 

[Entitled to Two.] Ward 17. 

* Thomas Grieve 130 

* Herbert D. Sterhng 126 

Eighteenth District. 

[Entitled to Two.] . Ward 18. 

* Charles Alexander 127 

* Charles A. Heintz 117 

William H. Jenkins 26 

Edward F. Loonie 16 

Charles H. Seales 75 

* Nominated. 



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Republican Votes Cast at State Primary, 1910. 
FOR REPRESENTATIVES IN GENERAL COURT. 

Nineteenth District. 

[Entitled to Two.] Ward 19. 

* William Lohr 115 

* Henry E. Lunt HO 

All others 1 

Twentieth District. 

[Entitled to Three.] Ward 20 . 

* Tilton S. Bell 940 

* Harry R. Gumming 884 

* Luther G. Greenleaf 1,007 

Gharles T. Harding 446 

Samuel Meadows 225 

George R. Miller 446 

Aaron Pinkofsky 81 

Frederick M. Sears 247 

Wilham W. Spencer 105 

Twenty-first District. 

[Entitled to Two.] Ward 21. 

* John Garr 811 

William G. Herrick 181 

Philip L. McMahon 141 

* John E. Rousmaniere 715 

Tiventy-seco7id District. 

[Entitled to Two.] Ward 22. 

Rupert H. Gostello 140 

John W. Falconer 82 

* Gharles Graumann 328 

* James H. Knight 568 

Garl Meyer 192 

Emil S. Schriftgiesser 87 

Twenty-third District. 

[Entitled to Two.] Ward 23. 

George W. Garruth 486 

* Gourtland G. Morse 542 

* George W. Smith 607 

Twenty-fourth District. 

[Entitled to Three.] Ward 24. 

Harrison H. Atwood 693 

Herbert W. Burr 550 

* Gharles L. Garr 753 

* James A. Hart 860 

Samuel H. Mildram 748 

* Leonard G. Roberts . 816 

J. Francis Scannell 617 

Twenty- f.fth District. 

[Entitled to Two.] Ward 25 

* Joseph B. Brown 624 

* Martin Hays 620 

* Nominated. 



Election Department. 

Republican Votes Cast at State Primary, 1910. 

FOR STATE COMMITTEE. 

First Suffolk District. 

[The balance of this district comprises Chelsea, Revere and Winthrop.] 

Ward 1. 

* Benjamin F. Campbell 719 

Second Suffolk District. 

[The balance of this district comprises Wards 1, 2 and 3 of Cambridge.] 

Ward 2. Ward 3. Ward 4. Ward 5. 

* Joseph J. Dennison 81 36 38 36 

Third Suffolk District. 

[The balance of this district comprises.Ward 4 of Cambridge.] 

Ward 6. Ward 7. Ward 8. 

Albert Hurwitz 27 17 33 

* Richard B. Stanley 50 28 43 

Fourth Suffolk District. 

Ward 9. Ward 12. Ward 17. 

* A. Glendon Dyar 81 452 126 

Fifth Suffolk District. 

Ward 10. Ward 11. Ward 25. 

* Charles H. Innes 471 325 617 

All others — ^ 

Sixth Suffolk District. 

Ward 13. Ward 14. Ward 15. Ward 16. 

* Herman Hormel 31 152 - 84 157 

All others — — 1 

Seventh Suffolk District. 

Ward 18. Ward 19. Ward 22. 

* Ledru J. Brackett 76 94 463 

Charles H. Seales 82 22 64 

Eighth Suffolk District. 

Ward 20. Ward 21. 

* Oren C. Boothby 1,206 781 

Niiifh Suffolk District. 

Ward 23. Ward 24. 

* Frank B. -Crane 276 1,231 

J. Henry Leonard 605 255 

* Elected. 



53 



Total. 

719 



Total. 

191 



Totals. 

77 
121 



Total. 

659 



Totals. 

1,413 
1 



Totals. 

424 
1 



Totals. 

633 

168 



Total. 
1,987 



Totals. 

1,507 
860 



54 



City Document No. 13. 



Republican Votes Cast at State Primary, 1910. 

FOR DELEGATES TO STATE CONVENTION. 

Ward 1. 

[Entitled to Ten.] 



John L. Bates 

Benjamin F. Campbell. 

Charles T. Witt 

Frank C. Wood 

Edward G. Graves 



832 
812 
807 
802 
804 



A. Dudley Bagley. . 

Edgar I. McKie 

Lewis Burnham. . . . 
Ainsley R. Hooper. . 
John P. McPherson. 



821 

807 
804 
797 
801 



Alberts. Roberts. . . 
Charles A. Anderson. 



Ward 2. 
[Entitled to Three.] 

95 j Charles R. Ensworth. 
65 1 



92 



Henry H. Chandler. 



Ward 3. 

[Entitled to Two.] 

32 I John W. Dennett. 



30 



Gardner Bates. 



Ward 4- 
[Entitled to Two.] 

44 1 William H. Oakes. 



42 



William O. D. Grace. 
Frank Dow 



Ward 5. 

[Entitled to Three.] 

43 I Augustus A. Fales. 
41 1 



42 



Ward 6. 

[Entitled to Four.] 



First Group. 

Amos M. De Vito 

Vincenzo Prezinso 

Giuseppe Bevilacqua 

Abraham Finkelstein , 

William H. Coblentz 

John W. Vaughan 

Henry E. Foster 

James W. H. Myrick 

Henry C. Richardson 



73 
71 
73 
70 



Second Group. 

Agostino Di Persio 

Dominick Cappuccio 

Anthony Rubbicco 

Matteo Lango 



Ward 7. 

[Entitled to Two.] 

48 I John J. Boyajian., 

Ward 8. 

[Entitled to Four.] 

73 I Samuel D. Kelley. 
76 I Jacob Wasserman. 



Ward 9. 

[Entitled to Four.] 

79 I William H. Pierce . . 
77 ' Albion S. Whitmore . 

* Elected. 



54 
51 
52 

51 



44 



78 

77 



76' 
76 



Election Department. 



55 



Republican Votes Cast at State Primary, 1910. 

FOR DELEGATES TO STATE CONVENTION. 

Ward 10. 

[Entitled to Thirteen.] 



Guy W. Cox 

Leon M. Abbott. . . 
Charles S. Clerke.. 
Charles H. Innes. . 
Patrick J. Guerin . . 

Wade Keyes 

William J. Conlon. 



515 
504 
505 
506 
500 
502 
499 



J. Bernard Ferber. . . . 

William H. Hardy 

Albert Sutcliffe 

J. Henderson AUston. . 
Donald N. McDonald. 
Malcolm E. Nichols. . . 



505 
509 
501 
504 
505 
512 



Ward 11. 

[Entitled to Sixteen.] 



Edwin U. Curtis 380 

Thomas N. Hart 380 

George Holden Tinkham 384 

Arthur F. Estabrook 380 

Robert Homans 379 

Francis R. Bangs 378 

Thomas P. Beal, Jr 379 

Francis H. Manning 378 



March. G. Bennett.. 
Charles E. Ware, Jr. 
George S. Selfridge. . 

Matthew Hale 

Martin L. Cate 

Henry L. Shattuck. . 

George Buckle 

Edward C. Johnson. 



377 
378 
379 
379 
377 
380 
379 
381 



Ward 12. 

[Entitled to Eight. 



John W. Johnson, . 

James F. Bliss 

Everett H. Hadley. 
John G. Moseley. . , 



527 
521 
517 
519 



Augustus M. Snow. 
Joseph Emanuels . . . 
Otis T. Simonds.... 
James M. Douglass. 



520 
518 
516 
521 



E. Mertain Hatch. 



Ward 13. 

[Entitled to Two.] 

41 I Charles J. Geier, Jr. 



40 



George F. Lawley. 
Elisha S. Boland. . . 
Charles Van Stone . 



Ward 14.. 

[Entitled to Six.] 

172 I Milton C. Paige.. 
171 Joseph W. CuUen. 
171 James H. Corney. 



168 
169 

167 



WinfieldE. Clogston. 
John H. Means 



Ward 15. 

[Entitled to Four.] 

96 I Henry J. Bowen. 

97 I John S. Godfrey. 



101 
96 



Ward 16. 

[Entitled to Eight.] 



Edward P. Starbird. 
Edward P. Upham . 
Jay B. Crawford. . . . 
James F. Wattles. . . 



179 

181 

178 
178 



Frank A. Castle 

William A. Norcott. 

Alfred A. Blair 

George L. Ellsworth. 



177 
179 
178 
178 



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Republican Votes Cast at State Primary, 1910. 
FOR DELEGATES TO STATE CONVENTION. 



Ward 17. 

[Entitled to Five.] 



Jediah P. Jordan. . . 
Alfred A. Burnham. 
C. Edwin Miles . . . . 



146 
142 
142 



Lee M. Friedman. . . 
Frank S. Waterman. 



142 
146 



Ward 18. 

[Entitled to Five. 



First Group.'^ 

Daniel L. Tillman 

William W. Bassett 

Edward F. Davis 

Joseph S. King 

Charles J. Mulligan 



108 
104 
105 
104 
101 



Second Group. 

William W. Pleasant 

John H. Hyman 

Israel Mostowitz 

John H. C. Baker 

Stephen W. Fields 



37 
34 
34 
34 
37 



Ward 19. 

[Entitled to Five.] 



James P. Fox 

Alexander H. Montgomery 
Charles H. Bryant 



133 
132 
132 



Charles T. Grant . 
Frank Tucker . . . 



132 
131 



Ward 20. 



Frank W. Whitcher . . 
Thomas F. Doherty . . 

William Hoag 

Archibald T. Davison. 

John Ji. Manson 

Tilton S. Bell 

William J. Tyler 

Edmund F. Snow. . . . 
J. Mitchel Galvin . . . . 
Melville F. Rogers . . . 

Guy A. Ham 

Joseph Michelman . . . 
John C. Thornton . . . . 



[Entitled to 

1,369 
1,363 
1,365 
1,377 
1,367 
1,378 
1,365 
1,368 
1,382 
1,368 
1,385 
1,369 
1,364 



Twenty-six.] 

Walter V. Fletcher 

James D. Henderson. . . . 

Samuel Hurwitz 

William J. Drew 

George P. Hopkins 

Charles Edward Brandt . 

Charles E. Nott 

Fred E. Carleton 

Nels P. Nelson. 

Alonzo E. Yont 

David H. Fogg 

Horace F. Nason 

James W. Webber 



1,372 
1,370 
1,374 
1,366 
1,368 
1,365 
1,365 
1,366 
1,364 
1,364 
1,366 
1,367 
1,379 



Ward 21. 

[Entitled to Sixteen. 



Frederic W. Rugg 895 

W. Prentiss Parker 895 

William C. Pree 897 

Job E. Gaskin 894 

Herbert F. Morse 896 

Charles T. Barry 893 

Addison P. Beardsley 896 

Frank N. Nay 895 



George A. Brackett . . 
Frederick W. Klemm . 

Ira W. Shapira 

Anselm L. Bacon 

George W. Curtis . . . , 
John S. Richardson. . . 
Howard N. Legate . . . 
Carlos H. Samson . . . . 



896 

895 
896 
895 
894 
895 
894 
895 



* Elected. 



Election Department. 



57 



Republican Votes Cast at State Primary, 1910, 

FOR DELEGATES TO STATE CONVENTION. 

Ward 22. 



John Duff 

Frank Seiberlich . . . 
Samuel B. Capen. . . 
Gustave Magnitzky . 
William G- Roemer. 
E. Peabody Gerry. . 



[Entitled to Eleven.] 



671 
680 
676 
652 
666 
676 



Ludwig Bayer 

Gottlieb Gehrung . . 
George W. Lorey. . 
Jacob H. Mock. . . 
Walter A. Webster . 



667 
660 
661 
687 
653 



Ward 23. 

[Entitled to Fourteen.] 



Harry A. Gilman 834 

William A. Morse 834 

Frederic Gilbert Bauer 825 

Warren F. Freeman 829 

Willard N. Poland 825 

George E. Gray 824 

Frederic W. Jacobs .• . 820 



Henry J. Muller 

Arthur J. Trethewey. 
Courtland G. Morse . 
Theodore Barnes. . . . 
Charles S. Greene . . . 
George P. Beckford. . 
T. Munroe Murphy . 



825 
822 
832 
820 
819 
825 
822 



Ward 24. 
[Entitled to Eighteen.] 



Laban Pratt 1,599 

WilUam W. Whitmarsh 1,593 

Albert H. Curtis 1,596 

G. Warren Hay ward 1,598 

Webster H. Powell 1,596 

George H. Watson 1,594 

Arthur H. Merritt 1,594 

Lester A. Colby 1,592 

Alfred L, Varney 1,590 



Charles E. Tileston. , . . 

Charles A. Ufford 

Henry N. Locklin 

Arthur C. MacDonald . 

Walter N. Baker 

Charles A. Bancroft . . 

James Callahan 

Angus Currie 

Franklin L. Codman. . 



1,594 
1,591 
1,591 
1,591 
1,597 
1,591 
1,589 
1,588 
1,598 



Ward 25. 
[Entitled to Twelve. 



Granville A. Fuller. . 
Isaac F. Woodbury. . 
Frank G. Newhall. . . 

Frank H. Howe 

Charles D. B. Fiske. 
Phares E. Dukeshire. 



664 
662 
661 
660 
656 
656 



Frank W. Krogman . . , 
Edward I. Aldrich. . . . 
William S. Youngman . 

George McKee 

George E. Brock 

Joseph Abbott 



659 
659 
657 
664 
666 
662 



58 



City Document No. 13. 



Republican Votes Cast at State Primary, 1910. 

FOR DELEGATES TO COUNCILOR CONVENTION, 
SECOND DISTRICT. 



Ward 20. 



[E 



* William Samuel|Harvey 

* Samuel Huiwitz 

* Thomas Leavitt 

* Robert H. Billings 

* Melville F. Rogers 

* Charles J. Beatey 

* Gilbert H. Carr. 

* William Hoag 

* George A. Reynolds. . . . 

* James D. Henderson. . . . 
*Willet F. Casey 

* Percy I. Minard 

* Francis White 

* Benjamin F. Buckley. . . 

* Albert B. Lewis 

* Eben W. Holden 

* Guy A. Ham 

* Walter V. Fletcher 



Robert Gallagher 

Augustus L. Wells, Jr. 

John E. Gushing 

Edward W. King 

John E. Andrews 

William E. C. Rich... 

Cuvier G. Greene 

Charles H. Messinger. 



* Arthur J. Trethewey. 

* Frederic W. Jacobs . . . 

* Harry A. Gilman 

* Henry J. Miiller 

* James A. Haliburton . 

* William A. Morse. . . . 

* Warren F. Freeman. . 

* Charles S. Greene. . . . 



Frederick M. Salles. . 
Robert G. Campbell. 
George H. Watson. . 
Willard W. Hibbard . 
Samuel T. Cobb, Jr. 
Charles Patterson. . . 

Frank B. Crane 

Henry A. Foster 

James Chambers . . . . 



ntitled to 
1,328 
1,331 
1,336 
1,331 
1.330 
1,329 
1,327 
1,327 
1,326 
1,330 
1,330 
1,325 
1,329 
1,328 
1,331 
1,330 



Twenty-six.] 

* Harry R. Gumming . . . 

* Rufus B. Skinner 

* Charles V. Chapman . . 

* George A. Jones 

* George E. T. Kingsley. 

* Frank E. Plummer. . . . 

* Harry H. Ham 

*F. W.Allen 

W. W. Davis 

Henry E. Bowden 

George O. Wood 

G. Wallin 

Thomas Leavitt 

Frank C. Phinney 

Frederick W. Allen. . . . 
Charles V. Chipman. . . 
Dwight W. Sleeper. . . . 
James P. Clark 



Ward 21. 

[Entitled to Sixteen.] 



849 
849 
847 
849 
850 
849 
848 
849 



Harrison Loring, Jr 

Henry D. Forbes 

Edgar W. Ross 

Leonard H. Rhodes 

George A. Tainter 

RoswellT. Wallace 

Cromwell T. Schubarth. 
Donald M. Blair 



Ward 23. 

[Entitled to Fourteen.' 



796 
797 
792 
797 
796 
798 
796 
792 



* William B. Esselen. . 

* Charles A. Wallace. . 

* William G. Hay 

* Frederick W. Pearce. 

* G. Lewis Dimock. . . 
Arthur N. Folsom. . . 
Otis H. Rice 



Ward 24. 

[Entitled to Eighteen.] 



1,525 
1,526 
1,523 
1,526 
1,526 
1,522 
1,525 
1,525 
1,522 



George H. Manks 

George F. Jordan 

Frank L. Locklin 

Joseph J. Feely 

Jedediah Strangman. . 
M. Prescott Ma'cLeod. 

John D. Kazar 

Albert W. Huebener. . 
William H. Sloan 



849 
850 
848 
850 
848 
850 
847 
850 



790 
796 
798 
795 
794 
1 
1 



1,524 
1,524 
1,520 
1,521 
1,522 
1,523 
1,522 
1,521 
1,520 



* Elected. 



Election Department. 



59 



Republican Votes Cast at State Primary, 1910. 

FOR DELEGATES TO COUNCILOR CONVENTION, 
FOURTH DISTRICT. 

Ward 1. 
[Entitled to Ten.] 



John A. Campbell 732 

William H. Musgrave 721 

Hugh L. Stalker 726 

William C. Smith 723 

Ivory H. Staples 724 



Frank E. Burnham. 
William B. Allen. . . 
Charles I. Albee . . . . 
George G. White. . . 
John B. Baum 



735 
726 
722 
723 
718 



Ward 10. 

[Entitled to Thirteen.] 



Miles Martin 485 

William Robinson 488 

Lewis P. Felch 482 

Thomas H. Speirs 482 

Ernest R. Cooper 483 

Frederick W, Whidden 484 

James H. Campbell 482 



Philip J. Allston 

Thomas E. Johnson. 
Alexander W. Wood . 

Louis Furry 

Horace W. Kimball. 
James F. Rollins. . . . 



483 
482 
483 
482 
483 
483 



Ward 11. 

[Entitled to Sixteen.] 



J. Payson Bradley 370 

Courtenay Guild 372 

March G. Bennett 373 

Herbert H. Holton 369 

Charles H. Moore 371 

Constantine Hutchins 367 

William S. B. Stevens 370 

Courtenay Crocker 367 



Frank A. Mayo 

Walter J. Mills 

Harold Caverly 

Charles E. Ware, Jr. 
Francis H. Manning. 
Robert S. Barlow. . . . 

Earnest E. Smith 

G. Clayton Simons. . 



368 
367 
367 
367 
368 
367 
368 
367 



Ward 25. 
[Entitled to Twelve. 



James H. Knowles 647 

William L. Ripley 646 

Clarence N. Davis 646 

William H. Short 651 

Fred E. Simonds 646 

George M. Hayden 644 



Ernest G. Weiler. . 
John W. Harvey. . . 
William P. Preble.. 
Lewis H. Whitman. 
Julius B. Dreyfus. . 
Benjamin F. Beal. . 



64* 
648 
646 
646 
642 
644 



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Republican Votes Cast at State Primary, 1910. 

FOR DELEGATES TO COUNTY CONVENTION. 

Ward 1. 
[Entitled to Ten.] 



John Marno 

Thomas L. Burnett. 
Albert C. Tilden..., 

George E. Leet 

Robert C. Turner. . , 



740 
729 
728 
734 
724 



Thomas Rogers 

William J. Riley.... 

Herbert Colley 

John Livingstone . . . . 
Michael F. Gillespie. 



726 
729 
723 

725 

728 



Joseph J. Dennison. 
Giovanni Piscopo . . . 



Ward 2. 
[Entitled to Three.] 



95 
56 



WiUiam G. Collver. 



89 



William E. White. 



Ward 3. 
[Entitled to Two.] 

33 1 Benjamin F. Bowditch. 



31 



William H. Oakes. 



Ward 4. 
[Entitled to Two.] 

43 I William B. Dodge. 



42 



Warren B. Hadley. . 
Edward M. Heustis. 



Ward 5. 

[Entitled to Three.] 

43 I Frank Dow 
42 



41 



Ward 6. 

[Entitled to Four. 



First Group. '■'^ 

Virgilio Lombardi 

Ciriaco Bevilacqua 

Nicola Campana 

Vincenzo Prezinso 

John E. Gill 

Ralph May 

Walter Waterton 

Henry C. Richardson 

James W. H. Myrick 



80 
70 
70 
71 



SecoJid Group. 

Francesco De Leva 

Giuseppe Nardone 

Sabato Moganro '. . 

Mariano Za,rrella 



Ward 7. 

[Entitled to Two.] 

48 I William H. Coblentz. 



Ward 8. 

[Entitled to Four.] 

76 I Eugene G. Smith. 
75 Max Rosenthall. . 



Ward 9. 

[Entitled to Four. 



84 
83 



James Bailey 

Albion S. Whitmore. 



56 
53 
54 
54 



44 



78 
77 



82 
83 



Elected. 



Election Department. 



Republican Votes Cast at State Primary, 1910. 

FOR DELEGATES TO COUNTY CONVENTION. 

Ward 10. 
[Entitled to Thirteen.] 



William F. Gierke 489 

R. Osborne Dalton 488 

Charles W. M. Williams 490 

Carl A. Lindquist 488 

Davis B. Keniston, Jr 487 

Edward C. Wilson 490 

Daniel H. Miner 487 



Forest E. Starr 

William A. Brade . . 

Harry C. Holt 

G. Austin Sanders 
Carl L. Watson. . . . 
Fred T. Field 



488 
486 
490 
489 
488 
490 



Ward 11. 
[Entitled to Sixteen.] 



Francis R. Bangs 374 

James M. Hunnewell 370 

Delano Wight 370 

Theodore Hoague 371 

Joseph W. Lund 370 

Conrad Hobbs 370 

Courtenay Crocker 371 

David E. Crawford 372 



George Buckle .... 
Edward C. Fitz . . . 
Frank A. Mayo . . . 
William L.Pullen. 
Eugene Coughlin. . 
Darwin Barnard. . 
Edgar L. Ryerson. 
James B. Noyes. . . 



372 
372 
371 
370 
371 
370 
370 
371 



Ward 12. 

Entitled to Eight.] 



William P. Byrne 

Augustus D. McLennan. 

Frank S. Pearson 

Louis L. Chenette 



502 
497 
506 
.500 



William S. Sparrow. 
A. Glendon Dyar. . . 

Robert A. Cox 

Harry A. Gomperts . 



501 
501 
499 
501 



Frank Faulhefer, Jr 



Ward 13. 

[Entitled to Two.] 

38 I Charles J. Howard. 



40 



Herman Hormel .... 

James Lewis 

Robert M. McLeish. 



Ward 14. 

[Entitled to Six.] 

171 I Harry W. Park 

167 Edwin A. Lawley. . . 
163 I Frederic H. Willson. 



165 
169 
168 



John S. Godfrey 

Elisha W. Goldthwait. 



Ward 15. 

[Entitled to Four.] 



98 
97 



Charles H. Lowry. 
Frank E. Willis... 



97 
101 



Ward 16. 

[Entitled to Eight.] 



A. Wingate Blair. 

Roy J. Sears 

Otis P. Barker. . . 
Eric L. Johnson. . 



178 
176 
177 
181 



George M. Nay. . 
William Eadie. . . 
Fred H. Whit ten. 
Ezra N. Rolland. 



177 
177 
180 
181 



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Republican Votes Cast at State Primary, 1910. 

FOR DELEGATES TO COUNTY CONVENTION. 

Ward 17. 
[Entitled to Five.] 



Charles E. Wiggin 146 

James H. Mugridge 139 

Charles R. Fuller . 144 



Joseph J. Billington. 
Herbert D. Sterling. 



142 
141 



First Group.'*- 

Jason F. Whitney , 

Joshua A. Crawford 

Edward F. Tracy 

Jefferson D. Sheldon. ....... 

Thomas G. Schuyler 



Ward 18. 

[Entitled to Five.] 

Second Group. 

108 Robert H. Graham 

114 Benjamin Everett 

108 David A. Roberts .' . 

112 William H. Brown 

109 Reuben Overton 



33 
34 
29 
33 
32 



Ward 19. 
[Entitled to Five.] 



John F. Pfau 

Robert E. Noonan. 
Thomas J. Sproul . 



131 
130 
130 



Edward Denzler 

William A. Thompson . 



130 
130 



James P. Magenis 

John K. Berry 

William Samuel Harvey 

Agnus Nelson 

Frederic W. Bliss 

Daniel Lewis 

Walter D. Loring 

Chester A. Dunham . . . . 

Fred E. Bowes •. . 

Alonzo E. Yont 

James W. Webber 

William J. Drew 

Moses S. Lourie 



Ward 20. 

[Entitled to Twenty-six.] 

1,346 George E. Clark 

1.348 William J. Tyler 

1.350 Harry A. S. Lovell. . . 

1.344 Joseph Michelman. . . 

1.349 Samuel Hurwitz 

1.351 William C. Webber. . . 

1.349 James H. Richardson. 

1.346 Frank M. Loring 

1.347 Francis A. Brown. . . . 

1.345 Joseph R. Waterman . 

1.350 William L. Ditchett. . 

1.348 Roy E. Archer 

1,353 Thomas Leavitt 



1,349 
1,346 
1,348 
1,347 
1,349 
1,-349 
1,344 
1,348 
1,345 
1,347 
1,343 
1,-343 
1,351 



Ward 21. 

[Entitled to Sixteen.] 



Thomas F. Boleman. 
Joseph P. Silsby. . . . 
Ralph G. Wiggin. . . . 

Henry Dahl 

Richard F. Andrews. 
Henry R. Kittridge. . 
Charles M. Faunce. . 
Frederic L. Kellogg. . 



866 
868 
864 
865 
865 
864 
863 
864 



Frank C. Pierce. . . 
Roderick Boone. . . 
Charles H. Fox . . . 
Fred L. Howard . . 
Linus D. Drury. . . 
Almon D. Hodges . 
Elias H. Sondheim. 
Alfred P. Williams . 



865 
864 
865 
864 
865 
864 
866 
864 



* Elected. 



Election Department. 



63 



Republican Votes Cast at State Primary, 1910. 

FOR DELEGATES TO COUNTY CONVENTION 



Ward 22. 
[Entitled to Eleven.] 



George W. Kenyon. . . 

William Dallow 

Kasper Zimmerman . . 
Joseph H. Wentworth , 
Edwin L. Gerrish. . . . 
William G. Roemer. . . 



641 
636 
648 
643 
637 
650 



Walter A. Webster . . . 

Ernest O'Malley 

John F. McCormick . . 

John H. Keleher 

Bernard F. Listemann . 



664 
630 
632 
625 
609 



Ward 23. 

[Entitled to Fourteen.] 



George E. Gray 800 

Henry J. Muller 796 

Charles A. Nelson 792 

George M. Haliburton 791 

A. S. Parker Weeks 804 

Frederick L. Greim 789 

Chester O. Dorchester 792 



Herbert R. Morse . . . 
Charles D. Noyes . . . 
Frederick W. Pearce. 

Harry L. Libby 

John F. Carver 

Horace Bacon 

John Graumann 



802 
790 
790 
795 
795 
794 
796 



Ward 24. 
[Entitled to Eighteen.] 



G. Warren Hay ward. . , 

Sanford Bates 

James A. Hart 

Charles C. De Lappe . . 
Samuel T. Cobb, Jr. . . 
Andrew J. Sullivan . . . . 
Henry E. Whittemore . 

Percy G. Bolster 

George W. Winchester . 



1,596 
1,594 
1,604 
1,592 
1,590 
1,590 
1,593 
1,589 
1,590 Charles F. Peck, Jr. 



Robert W. Light 

Albert H. Curtis . . . 
Edward P. Osborne. 
Charles Patterson . . 
George F. Jordan . . 
Leona.rd Martin. . . . 

Seth E. Eaton 

Lewis Sears 



1,592 
1,588 
1,589 
1,595 
1,591 
1,593 
1,595 
1,592 
1,590 



Ward 25. 

[Entitled to Twelve. 



Albert E. Harding 636 

John H Wisbach 634 

Walter S. Ring 637 

Albert T. Galpin 631 

Thomas P. Imrie 631 

Harris T. London 634 



Edward E. Heinlein . . 
Edwin C. Johnson. . . . 
George A. McCulloch. 
William H. O'Neil. . . . 

George A. Nute 

Guy C. Willis 



634 
635 
632 
632 
636 
637 



64 



City Document No. 13. 



Republican Votes Cast at State Primary, 1910. 

FOR DELEGATES TO DISTRICT ATTORNEY CONVENTION. 

Ward 1. 
[Entitled to Ten.] 



Jesse M. Gove 

Frank A, Goodwin . 
Ira M. Huggan . . . . 
Frank M. Dimick . . 
George H. McNeill. 



752 
757 
735 
737 

729 



William B. Jensen . . . 
Ernest W. Woodside. 
Alexander S. Neal. . . 
Flavel Shurtleff , Jr. . . 
Lewis B. McKie . . . . 



732 
746 
730 
732 
746 



Olaves M. Pedersen . . 
Giuseppe A. Caggiano . 



Ward 2. 

[Entitled to Three.] 

89 I Percy Kennerley . 
53 I 



87 



George J. Cann . 



Ward 3. 

[Entitled to Two.] 

29 I Ralph Hodgkins . 



32 



William B. Dodge. 



Ward 4- 

[Entitled to Two.] 

42 1 Robert H. Webber . 



42 



Edward M. Heustis. 
Warren B. Hadley . , 



Ward 5. 
[Entitled to Three.] 

41 I Howard S. Worcester. 

42 I 



43 



Ward 6. 

[Entitled to Four.] 



First Group. 

Albert Hurwitz 

Ciriaco Bevilacqua 

Charles A. Dondero 

Nicholas P. Vigilante 

Thomas Mullen 

Edward C. Webb 

John E. Chapman 

Henry C. Richardson 

James W. H. Myrick 



69 
66 
66 
63 



Second Group. 

Charles Grillo 

Lorenzo Panzica 

Vincenzo Yennaco 

Joseph Ciampa 



Ward 7. 

[Entitled to Two.] 

46 I Charles J. Charron . 

Ward 8. 
[Entitled to Four.] 

83 I Hyman Kaplan . . . 



81 



Max Galbenewitz . 



Ward 9. 

[Entitled to Four.] 

84 i James Bailey . 



83 I Albion S. Whitmore . 
* Elected • 



61 
57 
62- 
57 



43 



77 
76 



82 
83 



Election Department. 



65 



Republican Votes Cast at State Primary, 1910. 

FOR DELEGATES TO DISTRICT ATTORNEY CONVENTION. 

Ward 10. 

[Entitled to Thirteen.] 



William S. Kinney. . . . 

Isaac F. Paul 

James H. Phelan 

Frederick W. Hobbs. . . 

Samuel Davis 

Benjamin E. Robinson. 
Joseph H. Hyer 



486 

488 
482 
482 
486 
485 
481 



George W. Miller 

Bernard Schwartz 

Curtis J. Wright 

Louis R. Chapman 

Hippolyte M. Prud'homme. 
Joseph W. Wharton 



Ward 11. ■ 

[Entitled to Sixteen.] 



Francis R. Bangs 

William Minot 

Courtenay Guild 

Henry L. Shattuck . . , 

Henry D. Tudor 

Fitz-Henry Smith, Jr. 
Theodore Ho ague . . . . 
George S. Selfridge . . . 



Augustus D. McLennan. 

William P. Byrne 

Frank S. Pearson 

Louis L. Chenette 



E. Mertain Hatch. 



Ralph W. Gloag . . 
Edward H. Willey. 
Ralph H. Hallett.. 



Walter S. Webber 

Elisha W. Goldthwait 



Ernest L. Miller . 
Ezra N. Rolland 
Eugene Bissell . . 
Eric L. Johnson. 



Benjamin F. Blodgett . 
James H. Mugridge . . 
Michael S. Drew 



373 
371 
374 
373 
373 
371 
371 
371 



John B. Pierce 

Keith McLeod 

Howard Stockton, Jr. 
David E. Crawford. . 

Edward C. Fitz 

Daniel W. Lane 

Charles H. Moore . . . 
William H. Best 



Ward 12. 

[Entitled to Eight. 



509 
504 
509 
499 



William S. Sparrow. 
A. Glendon Dyar. . 

Robert A. Cox 

Harry A. Gomperts , 



Ward 13. 

[Entitled to Two.] 

40 I Fred, O.Cook. 



Ward 14. 

[Entitled to Six.] 

George W. Boland. 
Herman Hormel . . 
August Bencks .... 



165 
165 
169 



Ward 15. 

[Entitled to Four.] 

94 I Dexter R. Neal 

92 I Charles H. Ferguson. 

Ward 16. 

[Entitled to Eight.] 

177 Ralph B. Stickney . . 

172 Guy E. Clifford 

174 William J. Buckner. . 
174 William Eadie 



Ward 17. 
[Entitled to Five.] 



139 
133 
134 



George Nelson . . . . 
Maurice Bergman. 



483 
482 
486 
485 
481 
481 



372 
371 
373 
372 
372 
373 
371 
372 



509 
504 
504 
499 



39 



166 

168 
168 



95 
93 



174 
174 
174 
172 



137 
134 



66 



City Document No. 13. 



Republican Votes Cast at, State Primary, 1910. 

FOR DELEGATES TO DISTRICT ATTORNEY CONVENTION. 

Ward 18. 

[Entitled to Five.] 

Second Group. 
104 William H. Jenkins 

99 William H. Respass 

104 John E. Anderson 

99 Benjamin Everett 

100 Fred S. Merrick 



First Group.* 

John H. Hemsley 

Alexander Nicholson 

Jesse B. Houston. 

William F. Sharpe 

Thomas W. Terry 



34 

28 
30 
31 
29 



Ward 19. 
[Entitled to Five.] 



George S. Tomlinson. 

Erwin Schmuck 

Frederick P. Shedd. . 



125 
125 
125 



Stephen Duncan. . 
John B. Von Euw. 



125 
125 



Ward 20. 



Raymond P. Delano . . 
Carl G. A. Harring. . . 
William. Smith, Jr. . . . 
Joseph R. Waterman. 
Eugene B. Penniman. 

Morris Dunn 

Ralph B. Loring 

James H. Richardson. 

Samuel Hurwitz 

Alonzo E. Yont 

Francis A. Brown 

Roy E. Archer 

David Stoneman 



[Entitled to 
,365 
,361 
,364 
,369 
,361 
,362 
,365 
,363 
,364 
,364 
,363 
,363 
,^63' 



Twenty-six.] 

William L. Ditchett.. 

Fred E. Bowes 

Magnus Nelson 

Frank E. F. Eldridge 
William U. Sherman. 
George A. Phipps .... 

Thomas Leavitt 

Alfred C. Trenear 

Archibald F. Hall.... 
Charles L. Young. . . . 
Leonard P. Rounds. . 
Loring B. Hawes. . . . 
Milton P. Sadler 



1,362 
1,364 
1,362 
1,365 
1,364 
1,363 
1,367 
1,360 
1,364 
1,364 
1,362 
1,364 
1,364 



Ward 21. 

[Entitled to Sixteen.] 



Walter R. Meina 874 

Hyman Phillips 873 

Frederic Wingersky 874 

Elmer A. Merriam 872 

George E. Cole 871 

Herbert A. Holder 870 

George J. Sinnett 872 

Alonzo B. Drisko 872 



Gustavus A. Kelley. 
Harry G. Appleton. 
David H. Shalit.... 
Albert A. Ginzberg . 

John S. McLeod 

George W. Brooks . . 
Charles L. Page. . . . 
John C. Redmond. . 



871 
873 
872 
876 
872 
873 
872 
872 



Ward 22. 
[Entitled to Eleven. 



Joseph H. Wentworth. 

George W. Lorey 

Carl Bisenbach 

Bernhard G. Krug 

William Dallow 

George L. Peirce 



650 
607 
645 
651 
641 
641 



John F. McCormick. . 

Ernest O'Malley 

John H. Keleher 

Bernard F. Listemann. 
Otto R. Rietschlin . . . . , 



632 
636 
637 
606 
605 



* Elected. 



Election Department. 



67 



Republican Votes Cast at State Primary, 1910. 

FOR DELEGATES TO DISTRICT ATTORNEY CONVENTION. 

Ward 23. 
[Entitled to Fourteen.] 

799 I Harrison Dunham 

807 George T. Shannon 

800 Frederic Gilbert Bauer 

794 Herbert L. Baker 

801 Robert D. Farrington 

SOO Winthrop F. Irving 

790 Earl E. Davidson 



WillardN. Poland.., 
Courtland G. Morse. 
George P. Beckford. 
WiUiam A. Morse. . . 
Herbert R. Morse . . . 

Leslie K. Storrs 

Ethelbert V. Grabill . 



797 
793 
798 
797 
793 
792 
798 



Ward 24. 

[Entitled to Eighteen.] 



G. Warren Hayward 1,564 

Willard W. Hibbard 1,561 

Sanford Bates 1,558 

Samuel T. Cobb, Jr 1,557 

George W. Winchester 1,560 

Andrew J. Sullivan. 1,557 

Robert W. Light 1,559 

Albert H. Curtis 1,558 

Charles C. De Lappe 1,559 



Charles Patterson 

Edward P. Osborne . . . 

George F. Jordan 

Henry E. Whittemore. 

Leonard Martin 

Lewis Sears 

Seth E. Eaton 

James A. Hart 

Charles F. Peck, Jr. . . 



1,559 
1,558 
1,557 
1,556 
1,558 
1,559 
1,557 
1,565 
1,559 



Ward 25. 

[Entitled to Twelve.] 



Joseph F. Lockett 650 

Henry L. Greene 648 

Edward Bevelander 647 

James H.Wolff 646 

Martin Hays 650 

Frank W. Krogman 644 



Edmund Scott Dow. 
Lewis H. Whitman. 

William L. Kelt 

James A. Finley , 

John R. Mahoney. . . 
Ivan H. Patnode. . . 



647 
648 
644 
647 
646 
644 



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City Document No. 13. 



Republican Votes Cast at State Primary, 1910. 
FOR WARD COMMITTEES. 



Benjamin F. Campbell. . 

Frank A, Goodwin 

James A. Cochran 

William H. Musgrave. . . 

William C. Smith 

William H. Ensworth. . . 
Frederick L. McPherson. 



Ward 1. 

[Entitled to Thirteen.] 



745 
753 
740 
730 
726 
727 
731 



Arthur W. Hill 

Joseph A. Dolben . . . . 
William B. Edmands . 
Francis A. Griffin, 2d . 
George W. Goodearl. , 
Frederick A. Cronin . 



731 
726 
725 
725 
723 
731 



Joseph J. Dennison. 
Albert E. Roberts. . 
Giovanni Piscopo . . 



Ward 2. 
[Entitled to Six.] 



87 
89 
81 



Charles A. Anderson. . 
Marcus H. Ensworth . 
Giuseppe A. Caggiano . 



88 
87 
56 



William E. White . 
George W. Smith. 
Ralph Hodgkins. . 



Ward 3. 

[Entitled to Five.] 



31 
34 
31 



Percy E. Smith . 
George H. Huff. 



31 
31 



William H. Oakes . . . 

Gardner Bates 

Robert H. Webber . . 
Edward N. Stillman. 



Ward 4. 

[Entitled to Seven.] 



40 
42 
40 
39 



Henry S. Pike 

Frank M. Lucas. . . . 
William H. Brintnall , 



40 
39 
40 



William O. D. Grace. 
Warren B. Hadley. . . 
Edward M. Heustis. 



Ward 5. 

[Entitled to Five. 



38 
37 
37 



Frank Dow. . . , 
Samuel Porter. 



35 
36 



Ward 6. 

[Entitled to Seven. 



First Group. 

* Virgilio Lombardi 

* Amos M. De Vito .... 

* Rocco Leone 

* Charles A. Dondero. . . 

* Ernest F. Saunders . . . , 
Albert Hurwitz 

* Giuseppe Bevilacqua . . 



William H. Coblentz . 
Willard E. Corliss.. . 
JohnE. Gill 





Second Group. 




85 


* Saverio R. Romano 


89 


77 


Charles Grillo 


74 


84 


Vincenzo Yennaco 


71 


76 


Carmine Rossetti 


71 


78 


William Moschella 


67 


74 


Generoso Cataldo 


68 


75 

Wa? 
[Entitle( 


Edward F. Tedeschi 

^d 7. 

i to Six.] 


67 


50 


Duncon Seery . 


47 


48 


Charles S. Butcher 


48 


51 


Charles J. Charron 


48 


*El€ 


icted. 





Election Department. 



69 



Republican Votes Cast at State Primary, 1910. 

FOR WARD COMMITTEES. 

Ward S. 
[Entitled to Nine.] 



Walter Waterton 84 

Jacob Wasserman 82 

Edward C. Webb 82 

Max Rosenthall 82 

Ralph May 80 

[Enti 

James W. H. Myrick 84 

James Bailey 85 

Nicholas Carafotias 83 

Albion S. Whitmore 85 

[Ent 

Charles H. Innea 491 

Walter R. Mansfield 495 

Malcolm E. Nichols 490 

David T. Montague 494 

Joseph W. Wharton 486 

William J. Conlon 482 

Elmer S. Nyman 485 

Lewis P. Felch 482 

[Ent 

Courtenay Guild 369 

March G. Bennett 367 

John P. Reynolds 360 

George Buckle 362 

George Holden Tinkham 366 

Grafton D. Gushing 366 

David E. Crawford 358 

Frederick F. Smith 358 



Mark H. Webb . . . 
Eugene G. Smith. . 
Hyman Kaplan . . . 
John W. Vaughan . 



83 
80 
83 
81 



Ward 9. 
[Entitled to Eight.] 



Charles H. Mathews. 

George Dryden 

Henry C. Richardson . 
William H. Pierce. . . . 



Ward 10. 

[Entitled to Sixteen.] 



Cornelius N. Garland. . 

Alfred R. Shrigley 

Benjamin E. Robinson. 

Charles S. Gierke 

Frank A. Newell 

James H. Phelan 

William S. Kinney. . . . 
J. Bernard Ferber 



Ward 11. 

[Entitled to Fifteen.] 



Daniel W. Lane ...... 

Courtenay Crocker. . , 
Charles E. Ware, Jr . . 
Henry L. Shattuck . . . 
Fitz-Henry Smith, Jr . 

Edward C. Fitz 

Charles H. Moore. . . . 



82 
84 
83 
85 



487 
481 
483 
485 
485 
484 
484 
488 



363 
363 
359 
363 
358 
364 
362 



Ward 12. 

[Entitled to Thirteen.] 



First Group.* 

James M. Douglass 

Francis J. H. Jones 

John B. McGregor 

William P. Byrne 

Melvin S. Westover 

William S. Sparrow 

Louis L. Chenette 

Frank S. Pearson 

Walter A. DeMerritt 

Alexander C. MacKay 

Lewis N. Conners 

Augustus M . Snow 

Harry A. Gomperts 



233 
258 
262 
253 
269 
250 
248 
251 
255 
249 
253 
257 
253 



Second Group. 



Henry A. Savage 

Frank E. Wingate , 

John L. Behneke 

Harry H. Blanchard. . . 

Richard A. Nagle 

Samuel E. Courtney. . . . 
Charles N. Goodrich. . . . 
Nathaniel L. Silverman. 
Charles R. Holeman. . . . 

Starr A. Moulton 

Simon Hurwitz 

Howard K. Gratteau . . . 
William S. Sparrow 



175 
176 
160 
167 
171 
169 
161 
159 
160 
166 
155 
155 
162 



* Elected. 



70 



City Document No. 13. 



Republican Votes Cast at State Primary, 1910. 
FOR WARD COMMITTEES. 

Ward 13. ^ 

[Entitled to Five.] 



E. Mertain Hatch 32 

Frank Faulhefer, Jr 32 

Charles J. Geier, Jr.. 31 



JohnG. Habelt. 
William J. Loyd. 



32 
31 



Ward 14. 
[Entitled to Nine.] 



Elisha S. Boland. . 
James H. Corney. 
Harry W. Park. . . 
Edwin A. Lawley. 
Ernest A. Hunter. 



166 
161 
161 
162 
161 



Edward H. Willey. , 
Ernest C. Edwards. 
Joseph W. Cullen. . 
Herman Hormel ... 



162 
162 
162 
165 



John S. Godfrey 

Elisha W. Goldthwait. 
Winfield E. Clogston. . 
Charles H. Lowry. . . . 



Ward 15. 

[Entitled to Seven.] 

95 1 Walters. Webber. 



94 
94 
92 



Frank E. Willis 

Charles H. Ferguson. 



96 
98 
95 



Ward 16. 

[Entitled to Ten.] 



George L. Ellsworth. 

Ernest L. Miller 

Eric L. Johnson 

William Eadie 

A. Wingate Blair. . . 



177 

178 
176 
177 
177 



Fred H. Whitten. . . . 

Eugene Bissell 

William J. Buckner. 
Ralph B. Stickney. . 
Roy J. Sears 



177 
177 
177 
177 
176 



Ward 17. 

[Entitled to Eight. 



Thomas Grieve 

Herbert D. Sterling. 
James H. Mugridge. 
Charles R. Fuller... 



135 
135 
133 
136 



Maurice Bergman. . . 
Michael S. Drew. . . . 
Howard A. Pinkham. 
Harry O. Lane 



132 
135 
136 
136 



Ward 18. 

[Entitled to Nine. 



First Group.* 

Charles A. Heintz.. , 

Edward F. Tracy 

Thomas G. Schuyler 

Francis S. C. Bullard 

John H. Hemsley 

Charles H. Biggs 

Daniel L. Tillman 

Jason F. Whitney 

Peter B. Ingram 



110 
104 
108 
104 
107 
101 
108 
103 
103 



Second Group. 

Charles H. Seales 

Israel Mostowitz 

John H. Hyman 

Benjamin Everett 

JohnH. C. Baker 

William H. Respass. 

David A. Roberts 

William W. Pleasant 

Robert H. Graham 



40 
33 
36 
37 
37 
35 
37 
35 
41 



* Elected. 



Election Department. 



71 



Republican Votes Cast at State Primary, 1910. 

FOR WARD COMMITTEES. 

Ward 19. 



[Entitled to Seven.] 



Fred Kitson 

Robert E. Noonan. 
John B. Von Euw. 
Henry E. Lunt 



129 
128 
130 

128 



Otto J. Hermann 

Alexander H. Montgomery. 
John H. Coulahan 



129 

128 
128 



Ward 20. 

[Entitled to Twenty.] 



Guy A. Ham 1,390 

Fred R. Bolster 1,376 

Dwight W. Sleeper 1,367 

James W. Webber. 1,368 

Walter V. Fletcher 1,368 

George Easton Clark. 1,371 

James C. Clark 1,366 

Melville F. Rogers 1,363 

William Samuel Harvey 1,368 

Alexander C. Grainger. 1,362 



Charles E. Nott 

William J. Drew. . . . 

Moses S. Lourie 

George Wyman 

Samuel Hurwitz 

Nels P. Nelson 

Alexander W. Clark . 
James D. Henderson. 

Alonzo E. Yont 

Nels A. Sandell 



1,362 
1,361 
1,365 
1,364 
1,365 
1,362 
1,365 
1,364 
1,361 
1,361 



Ward 21. 

[Entitled to Sixteen.] 



Fred L. Howard 833 

Charles E. Aldrich, Jr 831 

Addison P. Beardsley 835 

Edward W. King 834 

Charles T. Barry 834 

Harry G. Appleton 832 

John A. Scott 832 

Edwin H. Oliver 833 



Howard N. Legate . 
Charles T. Cottrell.. 
Frederic Wingersky 

Henry Dahl 

Robert Gallagher . . 
John C. Redmond. . 
Donald M. Blair. . . 
Frank N. Nay 



832 
831 
833 
834 
835 
832 
833 
834 



Ward 22. 
[Entitled to Twelve.] 



George W. Lorey 630 

E. Peabody Gerry 638 

George W. Kenyon 627 

Franklin R. Wing 619 

Roger Ernst 635 

Albert H. Vegkley 621 



Kasper Zimmerman. 
Francis Holland .... 
George H. Fowle. . . 
William H. Morgan. 
Bernhard G. Krug. . 
Peleg W. Chandler . . 



640 
630 
617 
623 
636 
631 



Ward 23. 

[Entitled to Eleven.] 



George E. Gray 

Frederic W. Jacobs. . . . 

Charles A. Nelson 

Willard N. Poland 

Arthur J. Trethewey. . . 
Frederic Gilbert Bauer. 



813 
807 
808 
806 
809 
809 



Theodore Barnes. . . 
Charles S. Greene . . 
William B. Esselen. 
Frederick L. Greim . 
George P. Beckford. 



807 
809 
807 
804 
819 



72 



City Document No. 13. 



Republican Votes Cast at State Primary, 1910. 
FOR WARD COMMITTEES. 

Ward 24. 

[Entitled to Fifteen.] 



Willard W. Hibbard 1,575 

Andrew J. Sullivan 1,573 

Charles Patterson 1,567 

Sanford Bates 1,568 

Charles C. De Lappe 1,567 

Frank L. Locklin 1,566 

Walter N. Baker 1,569 

Lester A. Colby 1,570 



George H. 
Arthur C. 
George H. 



Watson . . . . 
Macdonald. 
Manks .... 



M. Prescott Macleod . 
William B. Willcutt. , 

Perry Wood 

Samuel T. Cobb, Jr. . 



1,566 
1,567 
1,564 
1,567 
1,571 
1,567 
1,570 



Ward 25. 
[Entitled to Ten. 



First Group: 

William H. Squire. 

Karl Kilburn 

Frank H. Howe 

E. Lyle Morey 

Albert E. Harding 

Nelson J. Ingalls 

Julius B. Dreyfus 

William S. Youngman. . . . 

Pierce O'Connell 

Frank A. B. Stanton 



426 
420 
422 
413 
417 
413 
406 
408 
408 
420 



Second Group. 

Lewis J. Hewitt 

Rudolph Burrough 

William A. Millard 

Clarence N. Davis 

Dwight R. Goodwin 

Charles J. Holland 

Joseph S. Paine, 2d 

George Henry Mortimer . . . 

Robert W. Johnston 

Joseph K. Barnes 



326 
312 

315 
307 
301 
298 
301 
302 
306 
297 



* Elected. 



Election Department. 



73 



Number of Republican Ballots Cast at State Primary, 1910. 





Precincts. 


Totals. 


Wards. 


1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 


10. 


11. 


12. 


13. 


14. 


15. 


1 

2 

3 


97 

9 

24 

4 

14 

15 

3 

10 

11 

18 

58 

178 
7 
15 
8 
15 
14 
33 
25 
92 

102 

183 
77 
81 

109 


Ill 

7 

2 

15 

12 

67 

11 

8 

9 

39 

29 

188 

1 

8 

2 

12 

3 

53 

10 

105 

44 

72 

33 

80 

165 


210 
13 
13 
11 

1 
19 

7 
33 

1 
42 
49 
57 
11 
11 
12 
28 
29 
58 
12 
104 
68 
14 
17 
174 
167 


148 

7 

4 

6 

7 

26 

37 

17 

8 

51 

80 

130 

8 

31 

7 

40 

55 

43 

4 

124 

110 

155 

59 

179 

30 


89 

16 

3 

5 

6 

20 

5 

15 

27 

47 

31 

114 

8 

35 

19 

30 

10 

14 

16 

31 

99 

99 

132 

201 

66 


25 
30 


77 102 


118 














977 


26 


9 














117 
















46 


4 

5 

6 


6 

6 

25 

2 

18 

37 

52 

27 

47 

6 

36 

21 

65 

6 

33 

33 

74 

104 

132 

200 

185 

208 




















47 




















46 


20 


35 
















227 


7 
















65 


g 




















101 


9 


4 
117 

48 
29 

3 
33 
27 
19 

8 


















97 


10 


108 
35 


117 
63 














591 


11 














420 


12 














743 


13 


6 
21 
15 
















50 


14 
















190 


15 
















111 


16 
















209 


17 


18 


17 














160 


18 














234 


19 


12 
171 

80 
108 
226 
180 

71 


15 

258 
111 
58 
227 
220 


25 

123 

93 














152 


20 

21 


175 
81 


96 

84 


141 

56 


49 


85 


61 


1,689 
1,032 


22 . . . . 








821 


23 


42 
151 














1,013 


24 


186 


167 


124 








1,928 


25. 








816 






















Tota 


1 . 










' 


11,882 



















STATE ELECTION, 

NOVEMBER 8, 1910. 



76 



City Document No. 13. 



Registered Male Voters, State Election, 1910. 



Wakds. 


Precincts. 


Totals, 


Pev cent 

Male Residents 

Registered 

by Wards. 




1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 


10. 


11. 


12. 


13. 


14. 


15. 


1 


380 
390 
469 
448 
418 
187 
126 
533 
468 
268 
507 
681 
355 
585 
314 
407 
383 
560 
700 
697 
573 
909 
408 
514 
804 


363 

298 
529 
389 
579 
312 
259 
637 
578 
333 
341 
554 
332 
540 
542 
695 
413 
522 
403 
787 
468 
709 
662 
512 
663 


582 
391 
491 
467 
383 
307 
431 
639 
305 
308 
459 
361 
283 
440 
522 
928 
425 
578 
575 
806 
501 
491 
446 
625 
705 


565 
321 
534 

381 
275 
316 
324 
657 
546 
319 
510 
619 
382 
543 
410 
727 
682 
651 
546 
902 
534 
837 
854 
605 
476 


584 
339 
556 
338 
434 
374 
352 
442 
554 
248 
338 
502 
395 
637 
504 
652 
413 
574 
408 
71S 
585 
714 
995 
607 
658 


527 
468 
381 
288 
339 
381 
291 
646 
511 
385 
227 
632 
343 
495 
493 
651 
319 
731 
570 
1,024 
505 
653 
984 
499 
976 


696 
589 


803 
470 


527 














5,027 
3,266 
2,960 
2,311 
2,428 
2,484 
1,783 
3,554 
3,397 
4,033 
3,892 
3,846 
2,954 
4,485 
3,925 
4,823 
4,383 
3,616 
5,168 
11,619 
6,095 
5,596 
6,183 
7,537 
4,961 


59 


2 ; 














45 


3 
















69 


4 




















58 


5 




















57 


6 


390 


217 
















19 


7 
















28 


8 




















34 


9 


435 
753 
362 
497 
443 
576 
641 
763 
503 


















37 


10 


738 
386 


681 
762 














44 


11 














53 


12 














45 


13 


421 
669 
499 
















44 


14 
















64 


15 
















66 


16 
















64 


17 


715 


530 














57 


18 














51 


19 


688 
784 
566 
582 
733 
624 
679 


711 
818 
541 
701 
689 
854 


567 
697 
522 














61 


20 


841 
439 


666 
509 


689 
352 


635 


919 


636 


72 


21 


67 


22 








64 


23 


412 

784 














71 


24 


639 


607 


667 








69 


25 








62 




















Total 


110,32 6 

1 









Average per cent of male residents who registered, 54. 



Election Department. 



77 



Votes Cast for Governor, State Election, 1910. 



1 . 

2. 

3. 

4. 

S. 

6. 

7. 

8. 

9. 
10. 
II. 
12. 
13. 
14. 
IS. 
16. 
17. 
18. 
19. 
20. 
21. 
22. 
23. 
24. 
25. 



Wards. 



Precinct 1. 







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02 

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w 




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fM 6 


Ft,_o 


k.g 


p^ 


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w o 

go 


o 
w o 

^ a 
go 


H o 




^'5 

WPL, 

o 

►-5 


OS o 
002 




rr. 

'a 


H 


W 


H 


H 


W 


« 


CQ 


128 


133 


13 


4 


150 


1 




7 


2 


61 


210 


14 


14 


238 




1 


1 


7 


117 


242 


7 


3 


252 


1 




1 


3 


31 


284 
197 


17 
12 


8 
5 


309 

214 






3 
6 


9 


94 


1 




1 


22 


109 

55 

361 


15 

8 
26 


4 
3 
8 


128 

66 

395 








10 


38 








1 


37 




3 


12 


10 


85 


218 


26 


6 


250 


1 


2 


17 


13 


42 


133 
131 


12 
38 


8 
5 


1.53 
174 






4 
13 


6 


185 


4 


3 


9 


254 


212 


14 


9 


235 


3 


4 


13 


3 


24 


220 


16 


5 


241 


1 


1 


6 


7 


72 


324 


20 


17 


361 


1 


1 


4 


12 


35 

67 


158 
196 


15 
16 


2 

7 


175 
219 






2 

8 


3 




1 


3 


35 

89 


210 
250 


23 
" 20 


8 
10 


241 

280 






3 
13 


7 


2 


2 


19 


121 


346 


26 


10 


382 


1 




9 


9 


169 


321 


28 


10 


359 


2 


3 


8 


9 


193 


203 


23 


8 


234 


4 


2 


6 


5 


270 


398 


27 


13 


438 


1 


2 


30 


12 


192 


141 


8 


9 


158 




2 




8 


94 


254 


19 


15 


288 


2 


2 


10 


14 


231 


335 


13 


18 


366 


2 




11 


15 



78 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast for Governor, State Election, 1910. 





Precinct 2. 


Wards. 




IB 

o 

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6 
> 

m 
mO 

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11 
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pW 

W 


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03 


1 


140 

28 

47 

64 

84 

71 

49 

70 

99 

101 

91 

241 

15 

35 

31 

73 

31 

132 

47 

212 

128 

115 

100 

105 

298 


111 

169 
312 
192 
358 
146 
139 
395 
273 
124 
130 
151 
194 
326 
338 
375 
267 
188 
209 
369 
233 
383 
399 
241 
164 


14 
17 
27 
12 
14 
12 


2 

7 
7 
6 
11 
6 


127 
193 
346 
210 
383 
164 
139 
396 
310 
141 
144 
167 
220 
373 
372 
419 
286 
205 
227 
392 
239 
416 
440 
272 
200 


1 

2 
1 

3 

1 

1 

1 

3 

1 
3 

1 
3 


1 
1 

2 

1 
1 
1 
2 

3 
1 
1 
1 

1 

2 
4 
4 

2 

2 


7 
3 
8 
1 
4 
4 
3 

12 

10 
5 

15 

10 
6 
8 

16 
9 
4 
2 
6 
6 
3 

18 
9 

21 
6 




1 

4 


3 


2 


7 


3 


8 


4 


1 


5 


""14 


6 


24 


7 .... 


10 


8 


7 

8 

7 

16 

32 

24 

37 

7 

8 

11 

15 

2 

23 

23 

16 

29 


1 
37 
10 

6 

9 , 
10 
15 
10 

7 
12 

9 

7 

8 

4 
10 
18 
15 

7 


18 


9 


34 


10 


3 


11 


5 


12 


5 


13 


14 


14 


6 


15 


10 


16 


12 


17 


10 


18 


12 


19 


5 


20 


13 


21 


3 


22 


9 


23 


13 


24 


5 


25 


7 







Election Department. 



79 



Votes Cast for Governor, State Election, 1910. 





Precinct 3. 


Wards. 




<£ 
m 
O 
fed 

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o 
w o 

go 


6 

m 

w p 
m ^ 

o 
W o 

go 


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m 
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CO 

o 
W . 

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K 

P5 O 


3 

Q 


CO 

CI 
03 

S 


1 


240 

55 

82 

80 

18 

54 

78 

188 

51 

104 

172 

94 

20 

58 

55 

122 

107 

198 

36 

213 

143 

43 

48 

211 

339 


194 
219 
282 
247 
233 
174 
237 
258 
154 
117 
161 
144 
167 
255 
290 
527 
215 
142 
343 
343 
210 
284 
279 
231 
195 


16 
21 
28 
17 
18 


8 

5 

10 

11 

8 


218 
245 
320 
275 
259 
174 
267 
299 
175 
126 
182 
158 
187 
277 
324 
560 
232 
167 
390 
379 
228 
320 
316 
261 
216 


2 
2 

1 
5 


2 
1 
1 
1 


3 
3 
5 
5 
3 
2 
5 

11 
7 
2 

11 
8 
2 
5 
5 

11 
1 
8 
1 
7 
1 
2 
2 
7 
2 


9 


2 


6 


3 . 


5 


4 


10 


5 


12 


6 






18 


7 


15 
24 
14 

1 
13 

8 
15 
14 
31 
24 
11 
16 
29 
24 

9 
24 
16 
23 
17 


15 

17 

7 

8 

8 

6 

5 

8 

3 

9 

6 

9 

18 

12 

9 

12 

21 

7 

4 


1 
1 

1 

1 

2 




3 

2 
4 

1 
2 
1 
1 


4 


8 


9 


9.. 


10 


10 


2 


11 


11 


12 


8 


13 


6 


14 


3 


15 


13 


16 


1 
1 

2 


1 
2 


16 


17 


8 


18 


7 


19 


17 


20 


1 
3 
1 

4 
2 


4 
1 
1 


5 


21 


4 


22 


13 


23 


13 


24 


1 


25 


4 







80 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast for Governor, State Election, 1910. 



1. 

2. 

3. 

4. 

5. 

6. 

7. 

8. 

9. 
10. 
11. 
12. 
13. 
14. 
15. 
16. 
17. 
18. 
19. 
20. 
21. 
22. 
23. 
24. 
25. 



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30 

38 

55 

58 

62 

80 

75 

109 

297 

186 

20 

112 

35 

226 

176 

151 

40 

325 

207 

246 

184 

234 

75 



229 
186 
357 
227 
133 
166 
131 
383 
318 
88 
104 
238 
252 
252 
230 
287 
330 
217 
337 
348 
195 
315 
440 
219 
262 



18 
13 
16 
13 
9 
15 
19 
28 



9 
16 
18 
15 
11 
13 
17 
29 
18 
20 

26 
20 
16 
20 



4 

5 

9 

7 

2 

12 

13 

22 



17 

3 

6 

7 

8 

9 

15 

12 

17 

13 



17 
19 

7 
6 



251 


1 


204 




382 


1 


247 




144 




193 


1 


163 


1 


433 


2 


318 




105 




116 


1 


260 


3 


277 


1 


275 


1 


250 


1 


315 


1 


359 


4 


263 




368 




376 


4 


195 


6 


358 


6 


479 


3 


242 


2 


288 


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4 
4 
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13 

8 

12 

21 

5 

9 

9 

6 

4 

2 

3 

12 

12 

10 

7 

4 

11 

14 

6 

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Election Department. 



81 



Votes Cast for Governor, State Election, 1910. 











Precinct 


5. 














6 
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53 
23 


263 
198 
377 
211 


29 
16 
20 
14 


9 
12 

8 
13 


301 
226 
405 
238 


1 


2 

1 


10 
4 
5 
1 


9 


2 


8 


3 


18 


4 


1 




12 


5 


38 
96 


269 
166 


20 
12 


12 

7 


301 
185 




1 
4 


6 
2 


4 


6 


17 


7 


26 
63 


226 
252 


3 
25 


25 
9 


254 

286 


2 
1 


4 


6 

18 


9 


8 


13 


9 


118 


228 


14 


12 


254 


1 


2 


16 


11 


10 


103 


48 


2 


2 


52 




2 


3 


3 


n 


277 
169 


15 
148 


5 
17 


6 


20 
171 








3 


12 


2 


1 


1 


8 


13 


25 


269 


7 


9 


285 




1 


8 




14 


131 


292 


15 


2 


309 


1 


4 


20 


10 
15 


15 


68 
166 


305 

286 


21 
18 


1 

18 


327 
322 






9 
6 


16 


5 


4 


6 

10 

9 


17 


41 


249 


21 


11 


281 


1 


3 


4 


18 


49 


322 


19 


15 


356 




3 


11 


19 


56 

99 

182 


214 
446 
222 


18 


7 


239 
446 
233 






6 

5 

15 

24 

16 

4 

5 


5 


20 






7 


21 


8 


3 


1 




8 

7 

12 

4 


22 


149 


327 


25 


13 


365 


2 


8 
6 


23 


268 


436 


22 


15 


473 


3 


24 


261 
139 


209 
338 


15 
34 


1 
11 


225 
383 






25 


3 


1 


12 





82 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast for Governor, State Election, 1910. 



- 


Precinct 6. 


Wards. 


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102 

18 

48 

40 

110 

21 

83 

139 

150 

165 

128 

22 

130 

111 

303 

31 

132 

95 

240 

218 

285 

379 

181 

341 


319 
221 
257 
146 

2ia 

151 
i78 
399 
196 
100 
30 
313 
231 
225 
230 
187 
197 
391 
294 
429 
174 
182 
332 
214 
394 


19 
13 
26 
17 
11 

20 

17 

17 

8 

3 

22 

16 

9 

13 

16 

14 

14 

22 

1 
37 

2 

21 

25 

22 

25 


13 
7 

11 
4 
9 
6 
5 

16 
9 
7 

9 
8 
6 
5 
3 
8 
25 
7 
9 
2 
8 
6 
3 
9 


351 
241 
294 
167 
230 
157 
203 
432 
222 
115 
33 
344 
255 
240 
248 
206 
219 
430 
323 
475 
178 
211 
363 
239 
428 


1 
1 


1 

2 


15 
3 
2 




17 


2 


7 


3 


10 


4 


1 

1 

1 

6 


1 

1 

4 

1 
1 


4 


5 


6 
4 
3 
24 
10 
3 


1 


6 


6 


2 


7 


8 


8 


10 


9 


16 


10 


5 


11 




12 


1 


1 


8 

6 

16 

6 

6 

1 

5 

10 

19 

1 

13 

22 

4 

10 




10 


13 


7 


14 


1 
1 

2 


1 
1 


4 


15 


2 


16 


7 


17 


14 


18 


3 

1 
2 
5 

7 
2 
1 


1 
2 
1 
1 
3 
3 
3 


4 


19 


8 


20 


7 


21 


2 


22 


1 


23 


7 


24 


6 


25 


8 







Election Department. 



83 



Votes Cast for Governor, State Election, 1910. 





Precinct 7. 


Wards. 


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126 


357 


32 


16 


405 


1 


2 


6 


11 


2 


71 


358 


23 


14 


395 


1 


2 


3 


12 


3 




4 




















5 




















6 


82 


188 


16 


9 


213 




1 


9 


16 


7 




8 ; 




















9 


50 
384 
248 

73 

24 
102 
101 
135 

37 


277 
186 
50 
285 
294 
343 
306 
397 
343 






277 
198 
58 
321 
316 
343 
330 
438 
382 


1 

2 
1 


1 
5 


5 


19 


10 


12 

7 

26 

13 


1 

10 

9 


5 


11... 


2 


12 


1 


5 

1 

13 

11 

21 

5 


12 


13 


9 


14 


2 
2 


7 
7 
3 
2 


4 


15 


15 

28 
30 


9 

13 

9 


12 


16 


9 


17 


12 


18 




19 


52 


461 


22 


19 


502 




2 


3 


7 


20 


316 


266 


24 


4 


294 


1 


1 


1 


3 


21 


177 

207 


233 
221 


11 

16 


10 

8 


254 
245 


3 
5 


1 
2 


9 
12 


5 


22 


4 


23 


379 


218 


18 


6 


242 


6 


2 


11 


9 


24 


270 
222 


206 
301 


15 
16 


5 
13 


226 
330 


2 


1 
1 


10 
4 


5 


25 


11 







84 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast for Governor, State Election, 1910. 











Precinct 


8. 








Wards 


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78 


428 
248 


41 
20 


10 
9 


479 

277 


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4 
2 


10 

14 


16 


2 


16 


3 




4 




















5 




















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37 


109 


9 


6 


124 






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302 
301 


212 
28 


17 
2 


18 

1 


247 
31 


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4 


3 


11 


1 


12 








13 


19 

148 

74 


250 
312 

268 


10 
14 
23 


8 
6 
6 


268 
332 
297 


1 
2 


2 
3 
3 


8 
18 
12 


6 


14 


7 


15 


3 


16 




17. . . 


80 


446 


25 


21 


492 


1 


3 


10 


13 


18 






70 
421 
251 
118 
406 
326 


457 
223 
156 
354 
147 
273 


28 
18 
15 
27 
13 
9 


9 
3 

16 

4 

13 


494 
244 
171 
397 
164 
295 


2 
1 
2 
1 
3 
4 


4 

1 

14 
2 
6 


10 

13 
23 
10 
10 


4 


20. . 


7 




4 


22 


7 




6 


24 


7 



























Election Department. 



85 



Votes Cast for Governor, State Election, 1910. 





Precinct 9. 


Wards. 
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262 


16 


12 


290 




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6 




















7 




















8 




















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10 


361 
453 


148 
132 


3 
9 


16 


167 
141 


2 
3 


2 


5 
5 


5 


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4 


12 




13 




















14 




















15 




















16 : 




















17 


101 


325 


1 


9 


335 


1 


1 


6 


5 


18 




19 


90 
273 
217 


282 
252 
168 


13 
11 
13 


19 

7 
4 


314 
270 
185 


4 


4 
2 


15 
1 
5 


8 


20 


10 


21 


3 


22 








23 . 


100 

207 


188 
330 


14 
29 


5 
11 


207 
370 


3 


1 

1 


6 
22 


14 


24 


11 


25 

























86 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast for Governor, State Election, 1910. 





Precinct 10. 


Wards. 




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12 




















13 




















14 




















15 




















16 




















17 




















18 




















19 




















20 


387 
175 


258 
147 


17 

8 


3 
2 


278 
157 


1 

2 




6 
6 


8 


21 


1 


22 ". 




23 




















24 


253 


230 


16 


4 


250 


2 




6 


7 


25 

























Election Department. 



87 



Votes Cast for Governor, State Election, 1910. 





Precinct 11. 


Wards. 




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11 




















12 




















13 




















14 




















15 




















16 




















17 




















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19 




















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233 
203 


233 
176 


4 
15 


20 
1 


257 
192 


4 


4 


20 
5 


5 


21 


8 


22 




23 




















24 


229 


230 


14 


7 


251 


2 


1 


5 


6 


25 

























88 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast for Governor, State Election, 1910. 



Wards. 



1. 

2. 

3. 

4. 

5. 

6. 

7. 

8. 

9. 
10. 
11. 
12. 
13. 
14. 
15. 
16. 
17. 
18. 
19. 
20. 
21. 
22. 
23. 
24. 
25. 



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Election Department. 



89 



Votes Cast for Governor, State Election, 1910. 





Precinct 13. 


Wards. 




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10 




















11 




















12 




















13 




















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15 




















16. . 




















17 




















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19 




















20 


174 


246 


22 


14 


282 


3 


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6 


7 


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23 




















24 




















25 









































90 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast for Governor, State Election, 1910. 







Precinct 14. 


Wards. 


Eben S. Deaper, 
Republican. 


Eugene N. Foss, 
Democratic. 


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12 . . . 




















13 




















14 




















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17 




















18 ... 




















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20 


219 


458 


22 


11 


491 


1 


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6 


8 


21 




22 




















23 




















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Election Department. 



91 



Votes Cast for Governor, State Election, 1910. 





Precinct 15. 


Waeds. 


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Daniel A. White, 
Socialiat. 




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2 




















3 




















4 




















5 




















6 




















7 




















8 




















9 




















10 




















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12 




















13 




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14 




















15 




















16 




















17 




















18 




















19 




















20 


189 


256 


12 


11 


279 




4 


7 


10 


21 




22 




















23 




















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25 









































92 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast for Governor, State Election, 1910. 



Wards. 



1 

2 

3 

4. 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

IS 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

25 

Totals 



Totals. 



m 1^ 



1,271 

476 

347 

284 

329 

530 

274 

521 

617 

1,656 

2,189 

1,145 

169 

788 

510 

1,092 

639 

751 

607 

3,753 

2,183 

1,433 

2,056 

2,571 

1,645 





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2,296 
1,809 
1,827 
1,307 
1,400 
1,209 

966 
2,048 
1,664 
1,156 

781 
1,491 
1,877 
2,329 
2,125 
2,255 
2,582 
1,510 
2,943 
4,671 
2,290 
2,464 
2,580 
2,902 
1,989 



198 

137 

124 

90 

84 

79 

65 

120 

71 

62 

94 

110 

111 

119 

153 

152 

149 

106 

187 

268 

112 

189 

159 

208 

154 



78 


2,572 


73 


2,019 


48 


1,999 


49 


1,446 


47 


1,531 


50 


1,338 


61 


1,092 


73 


2,241 


71 


1,806 


86 


1,304 


24 


899 


55 


1,656 


61 


2,049 


62 


2,510 


45 


2,323 


72 


2,479 


96 


2,827 


85 


1,701 


109 


3,239 


127 


5,066 


48 


2,450 


97 


2,750 


103 


2,842 


93 


3,203 


68 


2,211 


781 


55,553 



9 

5 

4 

7 

3 

3 

4 

5 

12 

8 

11 

14 

3 

6 

7 

9 

9 

8 

3 

23 

29 

24 

22 

24 

12 



14 

11 

4 

3 

3 

5 

5 

15 

14 

11 

6 

12 

10 

18 

12 

18 

9 

10 

14 

23 

10 

35 

25 

21 

3 



69 
33 
25 
14 
32 
23 
24 

107 
80 
35 
45 
57 
44 

109 
65 
66 
47 
45 
66 

105 
68 

155 
92 

127 
43 



82 
71 
55 
46 
39 

119 
40 
72 

124 
37 
44 
55 
55 
50 
60 
56 
91 
63 
73 

113 
48 
64 
96 
79 
60 



is 



3,935 
2,544 
2,379 
1,754 
1,898 
1,900 
1,399 
2,889 
2,529 
3,014 
3,150 
2,884 
2,276 
3,432 
2,917 
3,668 
3,531 
2,515 
3,929 
8,972 
4,740 
4,397 
5,037 
5,946 
3,914 



27,836 50,471 3,301 



264 



311 



1,576 



1,692 



85,549 



* Elected. 
Proportion of men registered who voted for Governor, 77 per cent. 



Election Department. 



93 



Votes Cast for Lieutenant Governor, State Election, 1910. 



Wards. 



1. 

2. 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 

U 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 



T3 



Ph 



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W 
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121 


143 




5 


3 


217 


48 


4 


2 


1 


235 


121 


1 


2 


1 


295 


26 


1 


1 


1 


184 


111 




3 


2 


104 


17 


1 




1 


52 


38 


1 




1 


337 


45 


5 


16 


3 


227 


87 


4 


15 


1 


144 


42 


3 


1 




157 


195 


5 


12 


6 


209 


271 


6 


10 


3 


232 


22 


1 


9 


2 


332 


76 


3 


7 


4 


162 


40 


1 


1 




208 


63 


2 


10 


1 


208 


38 


3 


4 


1 


244 


108 


8 


14 


3 


356 


129 


3 


8 


1 


316 


194 


4 


11 


4 


214 


197 


5 


4 


3 


373 


319 


10 


24 




133 


205 


3 




1 


250 


107 


4 


10 


2 


324 


250 


3 


8 


4 



16 
36 
14 
28 
16 
37 
13 
51 
34 
15 
13 
13 
14 
29 
11 
14 
32 
28 
25 
21 
21 
27 
18 
37 
36 



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94 


163 




8 


2 


178 


31 


3 


3 




332 


48 


1 


5 


2 


186 


76 




1 


2 


391 


68 


1 


2 


3 


135 


69 


1 


5 




133 


47 


3 


7 


1 


390 


79 


1 


12 


4 


325 


69 


2 


4 


3 


120 


109 


4 


5 


2 


122 


101 


14 


8 




133 


261 


1 


10 


2 


208 


12 


4 


3 




352 


34 


1 


4 


7 


350 


29 


5 


16 


2 


410 


85 


5 


12 




272 


30 


1 


2 


3 


168 


134 


1 


2 


6 


210 


56 


2 


6 




371 


234 


3 


3 


3 


215 


142 


5 


4 


2 


380 


131 


6 


20 


2 


406 


105 


2 


10 




250 


116 


4 


11 


1 


166 


310 


4 


8 


3 



11 

17 

23 
12 
23 
54 
11 
11 
53 
12 
12 
19 
32 
25 
29 
6 
24 
41 
12 
14 
10 
26 
41 
24 
23 



94 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast for Lieutenant Governor, State Election, 1910. 



Wards. 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

'12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

25 



Pbecinct 3. 



Q ft 



P^ 



c3 



32 O 



181 
222 
321 
266 
245 
143 
246 
279 
167 
110 
174 
146 
170 
270 
309 
551 
213 
122 
366 
353 
206 
295 
282 
232 
164 







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262 

60 

75 

83 

18 

53 

85 

193 

32 

116 

168 

98 

23 

59 

49 

126 

122 

213 

40 

233 

153 

48 

55 

225 

385 



4 
2 
7 
2 
4 
10 
12 
8 
5 
12 
6 
8 
5 
7 
8 
2 
7 
3 
4 
1 
7 
5 
5 
1 



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18 
24 
15 
15 
26 
40 
11 
23 
34 

3 
21 
17 
13 

9 
24 
20 

6 
32 
30 
11 
12 
24 
36 
13 
10 



Precinct 4. 



d 






192 
188 
351 
220 
139 
157 
146 
380 
325 
87 
94 
243 
256 
268 
240 
302 
336 
217 
346 
349 
151 
310 
439 
207 
260 



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222 


4 


7 


2 


45 


1 


6 


1 


40 


3 


2 




52 


1 


4 


2 


47 


3 


8 




39 


2 


4 


1 


72 


2 


8 


1 


89 


6 


27 


2 


66 


4 


11 


1 


119 


3 


9 




306 


3 


3 




198 


2 


12 


5 


21 


4 


11 




117 


3 


20 


1 


34 




5 




229 


5 


4 


4 


185 


1 


9 


3 


173 


7 


9 


1 


42 


4 


7 


2 


345 




6 


5 


245 


1 


4 


2 


273 


6 


28 


3 


206 


8 


10 


8 


250 


4 


9 


3 


75 


1 


8 


2 



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22 
17 
34 
21 
11 
63 
13 
54 
25 
10 
20 
13 
21 
10 
13 
13 
30 
27 
24 
13 
9 
36 
28 
27 
26 



Election Department. 



95 



Votes Cast for Lieutenant Governor, State Election, 1910. 



Wards. 



Precinct 5. 



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2. 

3. 

4. 

5. 

6. 

7. 

8. 

9. 
10. 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 



276 
196 
390 
216 
275 
160 
249 
255 
249 
39 
19 
143 
222 
296 
318 
298 
266 
334 
219 
414 
193 
305 
403 
184 
367 



154 

44 

50 

26 

42 

93 

20 

62 

125 

107 

275 

181 

30 

141 

85 

181 

42 

52 

62 

90 

209 

188 

303 

276 

144 



4 
1 
4 
3 
3 
3 
4 
1 
5 
7 
15 
14 
2 



9 
4 
6 
5 
3 
5 
6 
22 
15 
2 



4 

9 

20 

6 

8 

3 

11 

9 

8 

14 

21 

19 

3 

7 



Precinct 6. 



16 
31 
34 
27 
25 
42 
22 
38 
11 
11 

6 
19 
57 
13 

7 

16 
25 
27 
13 
38 
14 
23 
32 
28 
20 



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311 
227 
276 
145 
216 
137 
200 
393 
221 
95 
26 
318 
245 
228 
241 
194 
197 
392 
306 
448 
145 
164 
305 
200 
379 



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54 


2 


96 


1 


24 


4 


54 


4 


42 


1 


19 


1 


93 


6 


146 


1 


160 




169 




147 


2 


24 


4 


140 


2 


112 


3 


314 


1 


33 


1 


147 


5 


106 


3 


259 


3 


245 




322 


3 


430 


11 


196 


4 


368 


4 



18 
5 
2 
2 
5 
4 



25 
6 

2 



3 

13 

4 

5 

2 

5 

10 

15 

1 

10 

16 



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1 
1 

2 
2 
1 
2 
4 
3 
4 
7 
2 
5 
10 



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42 
24 
17 
13 
18 

7 
14 
36 
13 
16 

3 
16 
13 

7 

7 

9 
31 
24 

9 
15 

7 
12 
17 
22 
20 



96 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast for Lieutenant Governor, State Election, 1910. 





Precinct 7. 


Precinct 8. 




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1 


349 


144 


7 


6 


1 


44 


441 


162 


5 


11 


1 


29 


2 


371 


61 


3 


6 




43 


253 


62 


2 


15 


3 


53 


3 




4 


























5 


























6 


188 


81 


1 


8 




43 


107 


37 


1 


2 




34 


7 




s 


























9 


268 
170 


50 
397 


2 
3 


5 

4 


1 
5 


27 
15 














10 


209 


320 


2 


3 


3 


21 


11 


47 
311 
297 
313 
301 


256 

71 

22 

122 

125 






1^ 
1 

1 

2 


5 

21 

26 
18 
18 


27 


297 




1 


2 


7 


12 


3 
2 
9 
9 


5 

2 
9 

8 




IS 


264 
319 
292 


16 
152 

74 


2 
5 
6 


7 
16 

7 




15 


14 


16 


15 


12 


16 


408 
350 


137 
38 


5 

2 


18 
9 


2 


36 
39 














17 


452 


83 


6 


14 


1 


43 


18 





19 


479 
263 
234 
193 
196 
190 
299 


59 
338 
188 
241 
420 
295 
227 


5 

4 
2 

7 
5 
2 


2 
1 
8 
14 
7 
9 
6 


1 
3 

4 

7 
8 
2 


20 
11 
11 
18 
11 
13 
34 


472 
216 
146 
347 
137 
265 


70 
439 
269 
139 
411 
341 


10 
3 
3 

20 
3 
6 


8 

2 

13 

22 

12 

7 


2 

1 
6 
6 
8 


22 


20 


14 


21 


9 


22 


26 


23 


22 


24 


21 


25 



















Election Department. 



97 



Votes Cast for Lieutenant Governor, State Election, 1910. 





Precinct 9. 


Precinct 10. 


Wards. 


Q 
m 

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W 
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M 

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2 


244 


163 


2 


4 


2 


26 


























3 


























4 


























5 


























6 






• 




















7 


























s 


























9 


























10 


123 
119 


390 
469 


5 
2 


4 
2 


7 
4 


13 

8 














11 














12 














13 


























14 


























15 


























16 


























17 


319 


112 


1 


5 


1 


11 














18 














19 


274 
250 
162 


104 
288 
237 


13 
1 
1 


18 
2 
5 


4 


22 

15 

5 














20 

21 


247 
132 


408 
198 


2 
1 


5 
4 


6 
2 


12 
4 


22 




23 


168 
318 


119 
244 


4 
9 


10 

18 


1 
3 


26 
22 














24 


207 


286 


1 


6 


3 


15 


25 































98 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast for Lieutenant Governor, State Election, 1910. 





Precinct 11. 


Precinct 12. 


Wards. 


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10 


























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12 


























13 


























14 


























15 


























16 


























17 


























18 


























19 


























20 


224 
179 


254 
216 


3 

4 


17 
3 


2 


19 
10 


212 
166 


312 
97 


3 
1 


6 
5 


1 
2 


12 


21.- 


10 


22 




23 


























24 


223 


238 


2 


5 


6 


20 


250 


227 


1 


14 


1 


14 


25 































Election Department. 



99 



Votes Cast for Lieutenant Governor, State Election, 1910. 





Precinct 13. 


Precinct 14. 


Wards. 


Thomas F. Cassidy, 
Democratic. 


W 




w 

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2 


























3 


























4 


























5 



























6 


























7 


























8 


























9 


























10 


























11 


























12 


























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14 


























15 


























16 


























17 


























18 


























19 


























20 


262 


185 


5 


5 




16 


4S3 


224 


2 


4 


1 


13 


21 




22 










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23 


























24 


























25 





















































100 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast for Lieutenant Governor, State Election, 1910. 



Wards. 



1. 

2. 

3. 

4. 

5. 

6. 

7. 

8. 

9. 
10. 
11 
12. 
13. 
14. 
15. 
16. 
17. 
18. 
19. 
20. 
21 
22. 
23. 
24. 
25. 



Totals . 



Precinct 15. 



m 

30 

I— ' o 

35 O 











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J 






W 








H 


« 


W 


« o 


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a 


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0.2 


CO 


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240 



208 



31 



fa t- 

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30 O 

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Totals. 



* 










s 










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2 






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O.S2 


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«^ 


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W.2 


S.2 


^.£3 


X 


1-1 


P3 o 

gas 


fa 


32 


P2 



2,209 


1,467 


28 


74 


15 


224 


1,852 


447 


16 


45 


10 


245 


1,905 


358 


11 


19 


4 


137 


1,328 


317 


11 


20 


8 


116 


1,450 


328 


9 


23 


8 


119 


1,131 


515 


14 


32 


7 


320 


1,026 


281 


9 


31 


8 


84 


2,034 


561 


25 


114 


14 


213 


1,782 


575 


21 


64 


14 


197 


1,097 


1,760 


24 


35 


19 


116 


785 


2,236 


25 


38 


15 


95 


1,503 


1,227 


22 


55 


14 


118 


1,894 


170 


20 


52 


4 


191 


2,378 


841 


28 


94 


14 


127 


2,213 


548 


31 


54 


10 


121 


2,371 


1,135 


25 


65 


14 


114 


2,613 


683 


23 


50 


12 


241 


1,477 


827 


31 


48 


16 


179 


3,028 


668 


45 


71 


13 


177 


4,648 


4,011 


41 


96 


34 


255 


2,143 


2,396 


34 


66 


27 


122 


2,367 


1,661 


67 


146 


28 


192 


2,469 


2,254 


56 


89 


34 


231 


2,776 


2,801 


45 


105 


42 


256 


1,959 


1,759 


16 


45 


26 


169 


50,438 


29,826 


677 


1,531 


410 


4,359 



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3,793 
2,370 
2,297 
1,684 
1,818 
1,699 
1,355 
2,748 
2,456 
2,935 
3,099 
2,821 
2,140 
3,355 
2,856 
3,610 
3,381 
2,399 
3,825 
8,830 
4,666 
4,269 
4,902 
5,769 
3,805 



82,882 



* Elected. 
Proportion of men registered who voted for Lieutenant Governor, 75 per cent. 



Election Department. 



103 



Votes Cast for Representative in Congress, State Election, 1910. 

NINTH DISTRICT. 





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Precinct 1 


167 
124 
207 

183 


73 

68 

142 

154 


40 

75 

111 

99 


8 


« 2 


11 


" 3 


14 


4 


13 


« 5 


176 
144 
223 
301 
194 


213 
253 
265 
290 
193 


56 
14 
49 
47 
39 


13 


« 6 


18 


" 7 


14 


« 8 


11 


« 9 


15 






Totals 


1,719 


1,651 


530 


117 






Ward 2. 










Precinct 1 ..... 


117 


16S 


12 


11 


2 


74 


138 


10 


10 


" 3 


99 
89 


184 
141 


20 
14 


9 


4 


14 


5 


102 


154 


12 


9 


6 


152 


157 


34 


13 


7 


174 


275 


19 


16 


8 


157 


184 


22 


25 


Totals 


964 


1,401 


143 


107 


Ward 3. 










Precinct 1 


121 
135 
153 


192 
251 
239 


54 
12 
17 


7 


2 


13 


3 


5 


4 


127 
150 
107 


278 
310 
203 


8 
7 
4 


17 


" 5 


14 


" 6 


10 






Totals 


793 


1,473 


102 


66 







104 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast for Representative in Congress, State Election, 1910. 
NINTH DISTRICT.— Continued. 



Ward 4. 


John A. Keliher, 

Democratic Independent. 


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William H. Oakes, 
Republican. 


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Blanks. , 


Precinct 1 

2 

3... 

4 

5 

6 


105 

64 

110 

72 
68 
58 


229 

158 
219 
193 
186 
119 


11 
47 
35 

24 

7 

33 




7 
8 
12 
11 
14 
10 


Totals 


477 


1,104 


157 




62 


Ward 5. 

Precinct 1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

" 6 


121 

164 

100 

84 

95 

76 


129 
292 
176 
100 
225 
181 


56 
23 
2 
20 
17 
21 





10 
9 

14 
4 

13 
5 


Totals 


640 


1,103 


139 




55 


Ward 6. 
Precinct 1 


47 
105 
109 
115 
152 
106 
149 

71 


94 
118 
119 
127 
124 
109 
144 

86 


4 
3 
3 
3 

10 

51 

9 

6 




15 


2 


38 


3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 


17 
21 

18 

9 

19 

18 


Totals 


854 


921 


89 




155 


Ward 7. 
Precinct 1 


38 
87 
123 
120 
138 
111 


36 

83 
177 

80 
140 
113 


25 

26 

43 

30 

5 

4 


l" 


6 


2 


6 


3 


13 


4 


12 


5 


14 


6 


8 






Totals 


617 


'629 


133 


1 


59 







Election Department. 



105 



Votes Cast for Representative in Congress, State Election, 1910. 
NINTH DISTRICT.— Concluded. 





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103 


336 


6 




12 


2 


96 


340 


38 




23 


3 


156 


249 


88 




17 


4 


162 


369 


11 




16 


5 


139 


229 


5 




12 


6 


142 


363 


27 




22 


Totals 


798 


1,886 


175 




102 


Ward 9. 












Precinct 1 


238 


98 


18 




14 


" . 2 


286 


144 


16 




10 


3 


149 
259 


89 
140 


3 

20 




7 


4 


13 


5 


218 


134 


36 




14 


6 


199 


113 


69 




13 


7.^. 


221 


109 


15 




8 


Totals 


1,570 


827 


177 




79 






Ward 12. 












Precinct 6 


170 


233 


72 




17 


7 


185 


188 


19 . 




20 


Totals 


355 


421 


91 




37 






Grand totals 


8,787 


11,416 


1,736 


1 


839 



* Elected. 



Registered voters, 28,339. 



Proportion of men registered who voted, 77 per cent. 
The balance of this district comprises Winthrop. 



Votes cast, 21,940. 



106 



City Document No. 13^. 



Votes Cast for Representative in Congress, State Election, 1910. 

TENTH DISTRICT. 



Ward 13. 


P 6 
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1-5 


J. MiTCHEL GaLVIN, 

Republican. 


All Others. 


Blanks. 


Precinct I 


228 
206 
173 
260 
246 
220 
295 
231 


38 
41 
37 
43 
62 
60 
42 
59 




14 


2 

" 3 


12 
6 


" . 4 

« 5 


10 
11 


« 6 


10 


« 7 


13 


8 


14 


Totals 


1,859 


382 




90 






Ward 14. 
Precinct 1 


317 
334 
229 

238 
259 
191 

287 
270 


119 
73 
105 
164 
189 
190 
160 
216 





15 


" 2 


16 


" 3 


10 


« 4 


17 


5 


27 


6 

7 


10 
24 


8 


22 


Totals 


2,125 


1,216 




141 






Ward 15. 

Precinct 1 

2 

3 

4 

5 


160 
332 

284 
211 
265 
197 
274 
263 


54 
77 
104 
76 
140 
158 
165 
116 


i" 

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1 

21 

9 

5 

14 


6 

7 


13 

24 


" 8 


12 






Totals 


1,986 


890 


2 


99 







Election Department. 



107 



Votes Cast for Representative in Congress, State Election, 1910. 
TENTH DISTRICT.— Continued. 



Ward 16. 


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Republican. 


All Others. 


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Precinct 1 • 


191 
366 
534 
288 
279 
167 
396 


96 
104 
164 

248 
217 
340 

182 




11 


« 2 . ..... 


48 


« 3 


13 


« 4 


21 


" 5 .... 


13 


« 6 


18 


« 7 . . 


28 






Totals 


2,221 


1,351 




152 






Ward 17. 
Precinct 1 


250 
277 
196 
337 
273 
223 
393 
502 
326 


30 

48 

140 

213 

61 

37 

42 

85 

113 




6 


« 2 


7 


« 3... . . . 


13 


4 ........... 


14 


« 5 


6 


" 6 


5 


« 7 


3 


« 8 . . . . 


12 


" 9 


10 






Totals 


2,777 


769 




76 






Ward 20. 
Precinct 1 


313 
335 
311 
319 
429 
426 
224 
158 
204 
180 
203 
196 
242 
428 
277 


217 
276 
280 
377 
118 
287 
371 
493 
339 
486 
288 
333 
213 
276 
179 


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20 


« 2 


17 


« 3 


14 


4 

" 5 


21 
10 


" 6 


30 


« 7 


21 


« 8 


23 


« 9 


15 


" 10 


14 


11 


28 


« 12 


17 


13 


18 


« 14 


22 


« 15 


33 






Totals 


4,245 


4,533 


4 


303 







108 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast for Representative in Congress, State Election, 1910. 
TENTH DISTRICT.— Concluded. 





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284 


114 




12 




2 


257 


128 




21 




3 


210 


261 




14 




4 


202 


282 




16 




5 


195 


274 




25 




6 


215 


196 




24 




7 


159 


327 




28 




8 


246 


377 


1 


24 




9 


281 


309 




■ 24 




' 10 


184 


320 




14 




' 11 


208 


272 




14 




' 12 


239 


244 




24 


Totals 


2,680 


3,104 


1 


240 




Grand totals 


17,893 


12,245 


7 _ 


1,101 







* Elected. 

Registered voters, 39,726. Votes cast, 30,145. 

Proportion of men registered who voted, 76 per cent. 

The balance of this district comprises Milton and Quincy, 



Election Department. 



109 



Votes Cast for Representative in Congress, State Election, 1910. 
ELEVENTH DISTRICT. 



Ward 10. 


William Dudley Cotton, Jr., 
Republican. 


Andrew J. Peters, 
Democratic. 


Blanks. 


Precinct I 


35 

98 

94 

77 

86 

136 

339 

267 

313 


156 
139 
134 
138 
69 
126 
247 
274 
218 


14 


2 

3 

4 

5 


15 

7 
13 

8 


6 

7 

8 

9 


12 

8 

17 

11 


Totals 


1,445 


1,501 


105 


Ward 11. 

Precinct 1 

2 


182 
85 
156 
168 
116 
110 
176 
165 
336 


184 
144 
206 
249 
180 
86 
129 
165 
263 


22 

28 


3 

" 4 


16 
9 


5 

" 6 


4 

2 


7... 

8 


4 
4 


9 


5 






Totals 


1,494 


1,606 


94 


Ward 12. ' 
Precinct 1 


252 
231 
84 
200 
160 


237 
171 
170 
255 
167 


23 


2 


24 


3 


18 


4 


18 


5 


25 






Totals 


927 


1,000 


108 







110 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast for Representative in Congress, State Election, 1910. 
ELEVENTH DISTRICT.— Con^mite^. 





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117 
127 
199 
165 

85 
161 


262 
199 
163 
240 
323 
395 




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26 


« 2 


26 


« 3 


22 


« 4 


29 


" 5 


20 


" 6 


18 


Totals 


854 


1,582 


1 


141 






Ward 19. 










Precinct 1 


133 

56 

58 

60 

73 

117 

107 

119 

103 


373 

221 

364 

348 

224 , 

304 

445 

447 

308 




16 


« 2 


9 


' « 3 


22 


« 4 


17 


« 5 


9 


" 6 




17 


" 7 


14 


« 8 


18 


« 9 


20 






Totals 


826 


3,034 




142 






Ward 21. 










Precinct 1 


214 


211 




19 


« 2 


146 
146 
207 
207 
231 
193 
230 
198 
185 
209 
113 


218 
224 
190 
219 
163 
244 
195 
202 
150 
180 
161 


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14 


« 3 ; 


8 


" 4 


15 


« 5 


13 


« 6 


8 


« 7 


12 


" 8 


16 


« 9 


10 


" 10 


6 


" 11 


23 


« 12 


7 






Totals 


2,279 


2,357 


1 


151 







Election Department. 



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ELEVENTH DISTRICT.— Concluded. 





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Precinct 1 


291 
157 
60 
286 
186 
274 
196 
172 


431 
385 
306 
331 
350 
233 
' 262 
364 




31 


« 2 


23 


« 3 


13 


« 4 


39 


" 5 


19 


« 6 


11 


« 7 


17 


« 8 


24 






Totals 


1,622 


2,662 




177 






Ward 23. 










Precinct 1 


155 

123 

67 


198 
407 
295 




7 


« 2 


34 


3 


21 


4 


185 


475 




39 


« 5 


332 
375 
360 
321 
99 


416 
383 

277 
256 
216 




30 


« 6 


23 


« 7 


12 


" 8 


14 


9 


13 


Totals 


2,017 


2,923 




193 






Ward 25. 










Precinct 1 


238 
280 


352 
213 




35 


2 


21 


3 


319 


237 




8 


4 


81 


276 




15 


« 5 


133 
324 


392 
439 




18 


6 


25 


7 


194 


359 




15 






Totals 


1,569 


2,268 




137 


Grand totals 


13,033 


18,933 


2 


1,248 







* Elected. 
Registered voters, 42,261. Votes cast, 31,968. 

Proportion of men registered who voted, 76 per cent. 



112 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast for Councilor, State Election, 1910. 
SECOND DISTRICT. 





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3,866 


4,439 


1 


779 


21 


2,268 


2,083 




437 


23 


2,205 


2,424 


4 


500 


24 


2,776 


2,611 


1 


637 


Totals 


11,115 


11,557 


6 


2,353 



* Elected. 

Registered voters, 31,434. Votes cast, 22,678. 

Proportion of men registered who voted for Councilor, 72 per cent. 
The balance of this district comprises the First Bristol and the First and 
Second Norfolk Senatorial Districts, 



Election Department. 



113 



Votes Cast for Councilor, State Election, 1910. 
THIRD DISTRICT. 





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2 


2,004 


288 




323 


3 


2,006 


231 




197 


4 


1,409 


225 




166 


5 


1,496 


256 




185 


6 


1,225 


289 




505 


7 


1,104 


203 


1 


131 


8. ...; 


2,090 


437 




434 


9 


1,865 


431 


i 


356 


12 


1,559 


1,070 




310 


13 


1,970 
2,460 


146 
729 


l" 


215 


14 


292 


IS 


2,301 

2,389 


443 
1,056 




233 


16. 


279 


17 


2,630 
1,503 


581 

767 




411 


18 


308 


19 


3,122 


586 




294 


22 


2,407 


1,597 




457 


Totals . . 


33,540 


9,335 


3 


5,096 



* Elected. 

Registered voters, 60,979. Votes cast, 42,878. 

Proportion of men registered who voted for Councilor, 70 per cent. . 
The balance of this district comprises Wards 1, 2, 3 and 4 in Cambridge. 



114 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast for Councilor, State Election, 1910. 
FOURTH DISTRICT. 





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1,434 


2,101 


482 


10 


1,714 
2,135 


1,058 
810 


279 


n 


249 


25 


1,744 


1,867 


363 






Totals 


7,027 


5,836 


1,373 



* Elected. 

Registered voters, 17,913. Votes cast, 12,863. 

Proportion of men registered who voted for Councilor, 72 per cent. 
The balance of this district comprises Chelsea, Revere, Winthrop and 
the Second, Third and Fourth Middlesex Senatorial Districts. 



Election Department. 



115 



Votes Cast for Senator, State Election, 1910. 

FIRST SUFFOLK DISTRICT. 



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138 
104 
210 
233 
296 
327 
396 
459 
275 


135 
158 
239 
196 
129 
43 
116 
149 
131 


15 


« 2 


16 


« 3 


25 


« - 4 


20 


« 5 


33 


<' 6 


59 


« 7 


39 


" 8 


41 


« 9 . 


35 






Totals 


2,438 


1,296 


283 







* Elected. 

Registered voters, 5,027. Votes cast, 3,734. 

Proportion of men registered who voted for Senator, 74 per cent. 
The balance of this district comprises Chelsea, Revere and Winthrop. 



116 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast for Senator, State Election, 1910. 

SECOND SUFFOLK DISTRICT. 



Ward 2. 


James A. Hatton,* 
Democratic. 


Henry C. Weeks, 
Republican. 


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Precinct 1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

" 6 


217 
176 
238 
186 
203 
231 
368 
260 


36 
25 

38 
34 

28 
83 
41 
46 


55 
31 
36 

38 
46 
42 


7 

" 8 


75 

82 






Totals 


1,879 


331 


405 






Ward 3. 
Precinct 1 


254 
347 
323 

378 
408 
290 


100 

38 
54 
18 
34 

8 


20 


" 2 


26 


« 3 


37 


4 

" 5 


34 

39 


" 6 


26 






Totals 


2,000 


252 


182 






Ward 4. 


311 
207 
304 
243 
241 
158 


17 
53 

48 
32 
12 

47 


24 


2 

« 3 


17 

24 


4 

" 5 


25 

22 


" 6 


15 






Totals 


1,464 


209 


127 






Ward 5. 
Precinct 1 


201 
396 
242 
137 
275 
230 


I 

88 
54 
12 
45 
33 
32 


27 


« 2 


38 


" 3 


38 


« 4 


26 


" 5 


42 


« 6 


21 






Totals 


1,481 


264 . 


192 






Grand totals 


6,824 


1,056 


906 







* Elected. 

Registered voters, 10,965. Votes cast, 7,880. 

Proportion of men registered who voted for Senator, 72 per cent. 

The balance of this district comprises Wards 1, 2 and 3 in Cambridge. 



Election Department. 



117 



Votes Cast for Senator, State Election, 1910. 

THIRD SUFFOLK DISTRICT. 









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15 


7 


95 




43 


, " 2 


34 


30 


120 




80 


3 


38 


33 


111 




66 


4 


22 


34 


119 


, 


91 


5 


52 


51 


115 




86 


6 


84 


22 


133 




36 


7 


50 


34 


158 




79 


« 8 


18 


24 


89 




50 






Totals 


313 


235 


. 940 




531 


Ward 7. 












Precinct I 


34 


3 


56 




12 


2 


47 


18 


108 




29 


3 


74 


27 


206 


1 


49 


4 


53 


23 


109 




57 


5 


17 


19 


190 




71 


6 


18 


19 


156 




43 


Totals 


243 


109 


825 


1 


261 


Ward 8. 












Precinct 1 


15 

68 


15 

8 


373 
351 




54 


2 


70 


3 


153 


22 


275 




60* 


4 


56 


34 


365 




103 


5 


44 


26 


233 




82 


6 


69 


37 


369 




79 


Totals 


405 


142 


1,966 




448 


Grand totals 


961 


486 


3,731 


1 


1,240 



* Elected. 

Registered voters, 7,821. Votes cast, 5,179. 

Proportion of men registered who voted for Senator, 66 per cent. 
The balance of this district comprises Ward 4 in Cambridge. 



118 



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Votes Cast for Senator, State Election, I91(K 

FOURTH SUFFOLK DISTRICT. 

















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237 
324 


57 
60 




74 


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72 


3 


171 


21 




56 


4 


338 


48 




46 


5 


241 


116 




45 


6 


218 


139 




37 


7 


279 


41 




33 


Totals 


1,808 


482 




363 


Ward 12. 










Precinct 1 


206 
138 


276 

244 




30 


2 


44 


3 


147 


94 




31 


4 


239 


192 




42 


5 


158 


159 




35 


6 


332 


127 




33 


7 


316 


62 




34 


Totals 


1,536 


1,154 




249 


Ward 17. 










Precinct 1 


229 
270 


30 
33 




27 


2 


29 


3 


187 


136 




26 


4 


309 


207 




48 


5 


255 


46 




39 


6 


207 


24 




34 


7 


355 


35 




48 


8 


443 


89 


2 


65 


9 


312 


99 




38 


Totals 


2,567 


699 


2 


354 


Grand totals 


5,911 


2,335 


2 


966 







* Elected. 
Registered voters, 11,626. Votes cast, 8,248. 

Proportion of men registered who voted for Senator, 71 per '^ent. 



Election Department. 



119 



Votes Cast for Senator, State Election, 1910. 

FIFTH SUFFOLK DISTRICT. 







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106 


47 
116 


19 


2 


30 


3 


104 


114 


17 


" '4 


80 


121 


27 


5 


44 


100 


19 


6 


98 


152 


24 


7..." 


167 


409 


18 


8 


212 


310 


36 


" 9 


139 


365 


38 


Totals 


1,089 


1,734 


228 


Ward 11. 








Precinct 1 


153 


200 


35 


2 


117 


107 


33 


3 


168 


174 


36 


" 4 


127 


273 


26 


5 


45 


240 


15 


6 


39 


151 


8 


7 


52 


240 


17 


8 


48 
132 


277 
453' 


9 


9 


19 


Totals 


881 


2,115 


198 


Ward 25. 








Precinct 1 


302 


262 


61 


2 


162 


313 


39 


" 3 


147 


382 


35 


4 


260 


93 


19 


« .5 


363 


155 


25 


6 


385 


359 


44 


7 


301 


240 


27 






Totals 


1,920 


1,804 


250 






Grand totals 


3,890 


5,653 


676 







* Elected. 

Registered voters, 12,886. Votes cast, 9,543. 

Proportion of men registered who voted for Senator, 74 per cent. 



120 



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Votes Cast for Senator, State Election, 1910. 
SIXTH SUFFOLK DISTRICT. 





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238 
231 

187 


23 

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16 




19 


" 2 • 


19 


3 


13 


4 


273 


21 




19 


5 


267 


27 




* 25 


" -6 


248 


20 




22 


7 


280 


35 




35 


8 


253 


25 




26 


Totals 


1,977 


176 




178 


Ward 14. 










Precinct 1 


371 
357 


49 
34 




31 


2 


32 


3 


269 


47 


1 


27 


4 


280 


108 




31 


5 


309 


125 




41 


6 


239 


125 




27 


7 


312 


118 




41 


8 


329 


141 




38 


Totals 


2,466 


747 


1 


268 


Ward 15. 










Precinct 1 


168 


30 




17 


2 


378 


18 


1 


34 


3 


320 


42 




35 


4 . 


237 


39 




16 


5 


315 


72 




32 


6 


252 


91 




26 


7 


320 


104 




39 


8 


297 


68 




26 


Totals 


2,287 


464 


1 


225 



Election Department. 



121 



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SIXTH SUFFOLK IDISTRICT — Concluded. 







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213 


72 




13 


2 


413 


75 


1 


29 


3 


537 


114 




60 


4 


300 


212 




45 


5 


294 


169 




46 


6 


192 


302 




31 


7 


398 


135 




73 


Totals 


2,347 


1,079 


1 


297 


Grand totals 


9,077 


2,466 


3 


968 







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Registered voters, 16,187. Votes cast, 11,546. 

Proportion of men registered who voted for Senator, 71 per cent. 



122 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast for Senator, State Election, 1910. 

SEVENTH SUFFOLK DISTRICT. 



Ward 18. 


Charles H. Bryant, 
Republican. 


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161 
145 
209 
209 
89 
179 


214 
156 
115 
180 
320 
358 


30 


" 2 


51 


" 3 


60 


" 4 


45 


« 5 


19 


" 6 


38 






Totals 


992 


1,343 


243 






Ward 19. 
Precinct I 


166 

79 

72 

80 

115 

158 

114 

131 

133 


- 322 
196 
335 
315 
177 
245 
415 
414 
268 


34 


" 2 


11 


" 3 


37 


« 4 


30 


" 5 


14 


" 6 


35 


" 7 


37 


" 8 


39 


" 9 


30 






Totals 


1,048 


2,687 


267 






Ward 22. 
Precinct 1 


381 
183 
83 
324 
229 
341 
266 
193 


316 
326 
270 

257 
273 
140 
167 
305 


56 


" 2 


56 


" 3 


26 


" 4 


75 


" 5 


53 


" 6 


37 


7 


42 


8 


62 






Totals 


2,000 


2,054 


407 






Grand, totals 


4,040 


6,084 


917 







* Elected. 
Registered voters, 14,380. Votes cast, 10,124. 

Proportion of men registered who voted for Senator, 70 per cent. 



Election Department. 



123 



Votes Cast for Senator, State Election, 1910. 

EIGHTH SUFFOLK DISTRICT. 





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339 


185 


26 


2 


377 


222 


29 


3 


356 


221 


28 


4 


344 


340 


34 


5 ; 


426 


93 


38 


6 


462 


250 


31 


" 7 : 


257 


340 


19 


" 8 


216 


431 


27 


9 


244 


287 


29 


" 10 


262 


388 


30 


" 11 


236 


242 


41 


" 12 


209 


302 


35 


" 13 


265 


183 


25 


" 14 


474 


216 


37 


" 15 .. 


253 


187 


49 


~ Totals 


4,720 


3,887 


478 


Ward 21. ^ 








Precinct 1 


244 


180 


20 


2 


258 


109 


11 


3.' 


219 


139 


21 


4 


190 


206 


16 


5 


210 


205 


24 


6 


168 


221 


13 


« 7 


242 
154 

178 
142 


179 
265 
213 
189 


28 


8 ". .. 


22 


9... 


19 


" 10 


10 


" 11 


184 
172 


202 
93 


26 


" 12 


16 






. Totals 


2,361 


2,201 


226 






Grand totals 


7,081 


6,088 


704 







* Elected. 
Registered voters, 17,714. Votes cast, 13,169. 

Proportion of men registered who voted for Senator, 74 per cent. 



124 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast for Senator, State Election, 1910. 
NINTH SUFFOLK DISTRICT. 





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17 
13 
11 
31 

44 
42 
42 
35 
15 


157 
417 
297 
450 
444 
346 
218 
146 
194 


169 

90 

36 

182 

258 

357 

374 

390 

99 


17 


" 2 


44 


« 3 


39 


" 4 


36 


" 5 


32 


6 


36 


" 7 


15 


8 


20 


9 


20 






Totals 


250 


2,669 


1,955 


259 






Ward 24. 










Precinct 1 


60 


259 


66 


25 


2 


57 


234 


96 


19 


3 


95 


213 


163 


14 


4 


100 


194 


182 


24 


5 


44 


223 


213 


14 


6 


31 


214 


169 


21 


7 


64 


177 


260 


13 


8 


101 


248 


265 


34 


9 


80 


307 


200 


27 


" 10 


61 


207 


238 


12 


" 11 


52 


235 


195 


12 


" 12 


83 


240 


167 


17 


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Totals 


828 


2,751 


2,214 


232 






Grand totals 


1,078 


5,420 


4,169 


491 







* Elected. 
Registered voters, 13,720. Votes cast, 10,667*. 

Proportion of men registered who voted for Senator, 77 per cent. 



Election Department. 



101 



Votes Cast for State Officers (except Governor and Lieutenant 
Governor), State Election, 1910. 



Candidates for Secretary. 



Votes Cast. 



Harriet D'Orsay, Socialist 

Charles J. Martell, Democratic 

Andrew Mortenson, Socialist Labor. 

William M. Olin, Republican 

William E. Thomas, Prohibition 



Total. 



Blanks . 



1,909 

46,677 

800 

29,772 
594 



79,752 
7,489 



Proportion of men registered who voted for Secretary, 72 per cent. 



Candidates for Treasurer and Receiver General. 



Votes Cast. 



Carl Fredrikson, Socialist Labor. 
Thomas A. Frissell, Prohibition 
Sylvester J. McBride, Socialist. . 
Benjamin F. Peach, Democratic. 
Elmer A. Stevens, Republican . . . 



Total 
Blanks . . . . 



928 

524 

1,865 

46,596 

28,863 

7&,776 
8,465 



Proportion of men registered who voted for Treasurer, 71 per cent. 



Candidates for Auditor. 



Votes Cast. 



John Holt, Prohibition. . . 

Jeremiah P. McNally, Socialist Labor. 

Ambrose Miles, Socialist 

Charles C. Paine, Demo~t;ratic 

Henry E. Turner, Republican 



536 

876 

1,844 

46,607 

28,397 



Total. 
Blanks . . . . 



78,260 
8,981 



Proportion of men registered who voted for Auditor, 71 per cent. 



102 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast for State Officers (except Governor and Lieutenant 
Governor), State Election, 1910. 



Candidates for Attorney General. 



Votes Cast. 



Dennis McGoff, Socialist Labor. 

Harold Metcalf, Socialist 

John B. Ratigan, Democratic. . . 
James M. Swift, Republican. . . . 
All others 



809 

2,010 

47,044 

28,765 

3 



Total. 
Blanks 



78,631 
8,610 



Proportion of men registered who voted for Attorney General, 71 per cent. 



Election Department. 



125 



Votes Cast for Representatives, State Election, 1910. 
FIRST DISTRICT. 











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171 

187 
282 
247 
194 
94 
195 
316 
175 


148 
155 
263 
262 
164 
108 
150 
177 
230 


79 
64 
139 
147 
218 
234 
294 
295 
155 


104 

85 
150 
182 
205 
252 
308 
360 
185 


74 


" 2 


65 


" 3 


114 


" 4 


110 


« 5 


135 


" 6 


170 


" 7 


155 


« 8 


150 


" 9 


137 






Totals 


1,861 


1,607 


1,625 


1,831 


1,110 







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216 


59 


167 


139 


« 2 


21 
35 


169 
240 


7 
10 


146 
219 


121 


3 


120 


" 4 


27 
32 


199 
199 


13 

26 


180 

187 


97 


5 


110 


6 


69 


232 


31 


209 


171 


7 


38 


387 


15 


329 


199 


8 


40 


245 


28 


236 


227 


Totals 


297 


1,887 


189 


1,673 


1,184 







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126 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast for Representatives, State Election, 1910. 

THIRD DISTRICT. 







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75 


193 


131 


2 


287 


131 


23 


253 


128 


3 


275 


129 


32 


248 


144 


4 


281 


93 


11 


316 


159 


5 


324 


138 


24 


313 


163 


6 


237 


81 


7 


236 


87 


Totals 


1,604 


721 


172 


1,559 


812 



FOURTH DISTRICT. 





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294 


299 


18 


15 


280 


17 


133 


2 


189 


191 


63 


58 


178 


61 


91 


3 


268 


268 


58 


59 


261 


56 


158 


4 


216 


226 


27 


31 


223 


29 


148 


5 


211 


220 


18 


15 


213 


12 


136 


6 


141 


147 


39 


46 


134 


43 


110 


Totals 


1,319 


1,351 


223 


224 


1,289 


218 


776 


Ward 5. 
















Precinct 1 ' 


190 


176 


79 


86 


173 


93 


151 


2 


365 


372 


52 


45 


353 


43 


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3 


219 


220 


10 


9 


210 


12 


196 


4 


131 


128 


45 


40 


126 


43 


111 


5 


271 


257 


27 


26 


243 


30 


196 


6 


220 


205 


27 


28 


204 


25 


140 


Totals 


1,396 


1,358 


240 


234 


1,309 


246 


1,028 


Grand totals 


2,715 


2,709 


463 


458 


2,598 


464 


1,804 



* Elected. 



Election Department. 



127 



Votes Cast for Representatives, State Election, 1910. 
SIXTH DISTRICT. 



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3. 
4. 

5. 
6. 

7. 
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6 


3 


19 


116 


7 


97 


17 


9 


99 


116 


42 


122 


11 


5 


59 


132 


30 


125 


5 


7 


49 


139 


27 


119 


24 


8 


54 


135 


48 


179 


10 


28 


77 


128 


104 


112 


11 


10 


69 


173 


52 


156 


6 


3 


53 


98 


21 


86 


90 


73 


479 


1,037 


331 


996 



72 
123 
134 
186 
160 

91 
171 

95 



1,032 



SEVENTH DISTRICT. 



Ward 7. 


William H. Coblentz, 
Republican. 


William A. H. Crowley,* 
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John L. Donovan, 

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3 

4 

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6 


22 
32 
33 
33 
1 
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43 
110 
191 

72 
197 
117 


36 

47 

114 

126 

93 

105 


1 


4 

13 

18 

11 

6 

9 


Totals 126 


730 


521 


1 


61 



* Elected. 



128 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast for Representatives, State Election, 1910. 
EIGHTH DISTRICT. 







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322 
323 


360 
371 


29 
57 


15 
13 


63 
66 


125 


2 


19 


145 


3 


58 


226 


268 


149 


23 


119 


177 


4 


19 


337 


346 


92 


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165 


5 


10 


169 


212 


75 


13 


136 


155 


6 


7 


328 


368 


110 


18 


134 


143 


Totals . . 


113 


1,705 


1,925 


512 


90 


667 


910 



NINTH DISTRICT. 









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24 


160 
159 


117 

224 


187 
220 


33 

34 


207 


" 2 


251 


3 


9 


146 


44 


122 


10 


165 


4 


32 


215 


115 


294 


33 


175 


5 


75 


175 


98 


192 


93 


171 


6 


120 


172 


62 


186 


121 


127 


7 


22 


226 


67 


219 


25 


147 


Totals 


314 


1,253 


727 


1,420 


349 


1,243 



* Elected. 



Election Department. 



129 



Votes Cast for Representatives, State Election, 1910. 

TENTH DISTRICT. 









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43 


126 


43 


107 


91 


2 


97 


104 


107 


88 


108 


3 


115 


97 


109 


83 


66 


4 


112 


73 


103 


66 


102 


" 5 


94 
148 
377 


39 

88 
164 


74 
134 
368 


36 

74 

147 


83 


« 6 


104 


7 


132 


8 


302 


183 


302 


166 


163 


« 9 


362 


126 


343 


120 


133 






Totals 


1,650 


1,000 


1,583 


887 


982 







ELEVENTH DISTRICT. 





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168 


172 


138 


144 


2 


116 


77 


91 


110 


120 


3 


154 


154 


153 


147 


148 


4 


100 


272 


283 


87 


110 


" 5 


35 


232 


251 


38 


44 


« 6 


33 
44 


150 
236 


150 
237 


31 
45 


32 


7 


56 


8 


38 
123 


257 

425 


274 
431 


43 
119 


56 


« 9 


110 






Totals 


797 


1,971 


2,042 


758 


820 



* Elected. 



130 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast for Representatives, State Election, 1910. 

TWELFTH DISTRICT. 









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243 


199 


263 


160 


159 


2 


229 


135 


238 


104 


146 


3 


83 


128 


84 


158 


91 


4 


183 


220 


166 


218 


159 


5 


168 


141 


137 


124 


134 


" 6 


134 


310 


128 


261 


151 


7 


49 


302 


66 


276 


131 


Totals 


1,089 


1,435 


1,082 


1,301 


971 



THIRTEENTH DISTRICT. 







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128 


175 
115 


137 

134 


132 


2 . : 


141 


3.. 


99 


102 


117 


114 


4. 


180 


135 


160 


151 


5 


133 


207 


160 


138 


6 


123 


158 


158 


141 


7 


187 


119 


210 


184 


8 


126 


175 


167 


140 






Totals 


1,092 


1,186 


1,243 


1,141 



* Elected. 



Election Department. 



131 



Votes Cast for Representatives, State Election, 1910. 

FOURTEENTH DISTRICT. 







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54 


319 


49 


332 


148 


2 


29 


324 


23 


318 


152 


3 


35 


267 


36 


253 


97 


4 


96 


255 


88 


255 


144 


5 


124 


274 


114 


263 


175 


6 


120 


227 


100 


215 


120 


7 


95 


311 


96 


288 


152 


8 


135 


305 


126 


284 


166 


Totals 


688 


2,282 


632 


2,208 


1,154 



FIFTEENTH DISTRICT. 





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173 

352 


21 
12 


17 

7 


172 

354 




47 


2 


137 


3 


307 


32 


28 


327 




100 


4 


228 


29 


27 


224 




76 


5 


319 


48 


44 


334 




93 


6 


248 


68 


71 


242 




109 


7 


335 


88 


81 


312 


1 


109 


8 


277 


49 


56 


279 




121 






Totals 


2,239 


347 


331 


2,244 


1 


792 



* Elected. 



132 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast for Representatives, State Election, 1910. 

SIXTEENTH DISTRICT. 







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72 


53 


195 


182 


94 


2 


101 


79 


355 


351 


150 


" 3 


143 
237 


127 

207 


506 

282 


485 
236 


161 


4 


152 


5 


194 


166 


284 


235 


139 


6 


323 


301 


170 


137 


119 


7 


1-89 


122 


359 


329 


213 


Totals 


1,259 


1,055 


2,151 


1,955 


1,028 



SEVENTEENTH DISTRICT. 





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176 


29 


60 


113 


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211 
171 

282 


199 
132 
233 


23 
126 
176 


100 
125 

206 


131 


« 3 


144 


4 


231 


" 5 


208 
155 
288 
375 


171 
145 

289 
414 


40 
31 
29 
62 


143 

97 

116 

154 


118 


« 6 


102 


« 7 


154 


8 


193 


9 


276 


250 


77 


146 


149 


Totals 


2,160 


2,009 


593 


1,147 


1,335 



* Elected. 



Election Department. 



133 



Votes Cast for Representatives, State Election, 1910. 
EIGHTEENTH DISTRICT. 











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189 


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143 


164 


114 


136 


147 


3 


219 


106 


167 


95 


181 


4 


188 


172 


147 


170 


191 


5 


53 


317 


56 


312 


118 


6 


141 


345 


149 


346 


169 


Totals 


854 


1,309 


726 


1,272 


995 







NINETEENTH DISTRICT. 





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352 


103 


100 


319 


170 


2 


194 


39 


34 


183 


122 


3 


355 


33 


29 


340 


131 


4 


343 


30 


39 


300 


138 


5 


194 


59 


62 


196 


101 


6 


282 


89 


99 


267 


139 


7 


452 


48 


48 


420 


164 


« 8 


424 

265 


79 
106 


68 

82 


431 

258 


166 


9 


151 






Totals 


2,861 


586 


561 


2,714 


1,282 







* Elected. 



134 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast for Representatives, State Election, 1910. 

TWENTIETH DISTRIGT. 



Ward 20. 


TiLTON S. Bell, 
Republican. 


Harry R. Gumming, 
Republican. 


James F. Eagan,* 
Democratic. 


Louis A. Foley,* 
Democratic. 


Luther G. Greenleaf, 
Republican. 


* 

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1-5 


Blanks. 


Precinct 1 . . . 

2... 

3 . . . 

4... 
" 5... 

6... 

7... 

8... 

9 . . . 
" 10... 
" 11... 
" 12... 
" 13... 
" 14... 
" 15... 


191 
231 
223 
322 

87 
246 
325 
440 
287 
412 
252 
305 
171 
198 
163 


175 
209 
211 
317 
82 
233 
309 
426 
294 
387 
226 
293 
145 
193 
155 


301 
369 
351 
310 
352 
404 
232 
188 
216 
234 
226 
199 
235 
419 
222 


279 
323 
305 
308 
347 
403 
246 
179 
221 
227 
204 
189 
237 
410 
217 


176 
204 
202 
321 
82 
255 
314 
445 
280 
387 
236 
289 
162 
197 
152 


281 
309 
310 
333 
402 
429 
227 
175 
223 
232 
195 
194 
234 
477 
216 


247 
239 
213 
243 
319 
259 
195 
169 
159 
161 
218 
169 
235 
•287 
342 


Totals. . 


3,853 


3,655 


4,258 


4,095 


3,702 


4,237 


3,455 



Elected. 



Election Department. 



135 



Votes Cast for Representatives, State Election, 1910. 

TWENTY-FIRST DISTRICT. 









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E. Ro 

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185 


215 


181 


167 


140 




2 


118 


220 


201 


106 


111 




3 


132 


211 


175 


111 


129 




4 


206 


180 


145 


187 


106 




5 


196 


182 


174 


187 


139 




6 


219 


143 


152 


194 


96 




7 


173 


218 


207 


146 


154 




8 


248 


149 


160 


228 


97 




9 


206 


148 


176 


185 


105 




10 


169 


129 


140 


151 


93 




' 11 


161 


151 


207 


182 


123 




' 12 


94 


165 


130 


86 


87 




Totals 


2,107 


2,111 


2,048 


1,930 


1,380 



TWENTY-SECOND DISTRICT. 





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1-5 


t-5 


t-5 


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Precinct 1 


324 
115 


325 
357 


384 
161 


303 
353 


170 


2 


144 


3 


45 


279 


57 


265 


112 


4 


298 
202 


273 

268 


276 
216 


252 
280 


213 


5 


144 


6 


328 


139 


328 


143 


98 


7 


242 

158 


174 
329 


264 
136 


172 

338 


98 


8 


159 






Totals 


1,712 


2,144 


1,822 


2,106 


1,138 





* Elected. 



136 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast for Representatives, State Election, 1910. 
TWENTY-THIRD DISTRICT. 









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RGE W. 

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O 


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144 


1,45 


102 


163 


76 




2 


312 


421 


111 


96 


188 




3 


178 


316 


67 


44 


161 




4 


337 


489 


154 


155 


263 




5 


360 


402 


240 


312 


242 




6 


363 


269 


305 


402 


223 




7 


285 


168 


314 


390 


141 




8 


325 


111 


373 


241 


132 




9 


207 


190 


80 


79 


100 




Totals 


2,511 


2,511 


1,836 


1,882 


1,526 







TWENTY-FOURTH DISTRICT. 



Ward 24. 


Charles L. Carr,* 
Republican. 


a 
1— 1 

P 
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Thomas P. Curtin,* 
Democratic. 


Joseph E. Fitzgerald, 
Democratic. 


James A. Hart,* 
Republican. 


Leonard G. Roberts, 
Republican. 


%^ 

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o 

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Blanks. 

■ 


Precinct 1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

" 10 

" 11 

12 


177 
112 

214 
251 
259 
190 

287 
319 
230 

283 
228 
238 


257 
237 
159 
172 
177 
183 
192 
255 
296 
191 
197 
237 


210 
228 
245 
173 
176 
176 
185 
250 
302 
193 
224 
236 


213 
226 
151 
172 
157 
183 
164 
224 
270 
176 
177 
209 


92 
107 
238 
261 
286 
203 
292 
322 
246 
274 
250 
208 


82 
102 
204 
237 
259 
197 
276 
308 
230 
282 
213 
193 


"l 

3 


199 
206 
244 
234 
168 
173 
145 
263 
268 
155 
193 
200 


Totals 


2,788 


2,553 


2,598 


2,322 


2,779 


2,583 


4 


2,448 



* Elected. 



Election Department. 



137 



Votes Cast for Representatives, State Election, 1910. 

TWENTY-FIFTH DISTRICT. 







* 












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Si 






02 

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^ 


w 


Precinct I 


217 


327 


284 


228 


194 


2 


292 


133 


190 


269 


144 


3 


330 


131 


191 


322 


154 


4 


48 


256 


243 


101 


96 


5 


135 


320 


329 


158 


144 


6 


366 


321 


335 


335 


219 


7 


218 


275 


284 


207 


152 


Totals 


1,606 


1,763 


1,856 


1,620 


1,103 







* Elected. 



138 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast for District Attorney, Suffolk County, 
State Election, 1910. 



Wards. 


o 

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O <=' 


Alonzo D. Moran, 
Non-Partisan. 


Joseph C. Pelletier,* 
Republican-Democrati c . 


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1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 


133 

93 

53 

44 

68 

55 

37 

151 

126 

94 

82 

87 

119 

180 

127 

121 

95 

77 

119 

224 

115 

222 

155 

183 

86 


249 
169 
130 
101 
131 
153 
131 
148 
209 
210 
150 
244 
217 
196 
203 
258 
286 
215 
284 
540 
359 
317 
374 
452 
219 


3,099 
1,869 
1,976 
1,442 
1,489 
1,278 
1,031 
2,32i9 
1,945 
2,418 
2,666 
2,259 
1,721 
2,744 
2,388 
2,997 
2,765 
1,897 
3,279 
7,590 
3,897 
3,460 
4,083 
4,807 
3,230 


1 

3" 

1 

1' 


536 
484 
275 
213 
248 
533 
240 
333 


9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16..; 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

25 


373 
329 
293 
349 
274 
362 
259 
347 
476 
389 
320 
731 
417 
462 
520 
583 
439 


Totals 


2,846 


5,945 


68,659 


6 


9,785 



* Elected. 

Registered voters, 110,326. Votes cast, 77,456. 

Proportion of men registered who voted for District Attorney, 70 per cent 
The balance of this district comprises Chelsea, Revere and Winthrop. 



Election Department. 



139 



Votes Cast for Sheriff, Suffolk County, State Election, 1910. 



Wards. 


o q; 

o 


Fred H. Seavey,* 

Republican, Democratic. 


< 

K 
W 
W 

> 

^§ 

o 

>-5 


02 
■4-2 

o 
< 


02 


1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16... 

17 .' 

18 

19 

20 


678 

705 

772 

577 

591 

367 

388 

296 

731 

443 

260 

487 

1,096 

1,111 

1,147 

930 

973 

529 

1,268 

1,551 

781 

931 

1,043 

898 

697 


2,646 
1,338 
1,314 

960 
1,046 
1,040 

766 
2,091 
1,402 
2,142 
2,527 
1,945 

862 
1,820 
1,442 
2,256 
1,916 
1,498 
2,211 
6,470 
3,386 
2,830 
3,376 
4,271 
2,723 


159 

87 

59 

43 

52 

78 

59 

205 

156 

127 

107 

124 

62 

171 

121 

148 

101 

102 

155 

307 

156 

256 

225 

270 

113 


1 

l" 

1 


534 
485 
289 
219 
248 
534 
226 
369 
364 
339 
300 
383 
311 
380 
267 
390 
631 
449 
367 
757 


21 


465 


22 


444 


23 

24 

25 


489 
586 
441 


Totals 


19,250 


54,278 


3,443 


3 


10,267 







* Elected. 

Registered voters, 110,326. Votes cast, 76,974. 

Proportion of men registered who voted for Sheriff, 70 per cent. 
The balance of this district comprises Chelsea, Revere and Winthrop. 



140 



City Document No. 13. 



Number of Men Registered who Voted 

(AS BY PRECINCT OFFICERS' RETURNS OF NAMES CHECKED ON 

VOTING LIST), 

State Election, 1910. 



Ward. 


Precincts. 


Number of 

Names 

Checked. 


o 


ent 

gistered 
o Voted. 




1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 


10. 


11. 


12. 


13. 


14. 


15. 




1 


288 
308 
374 
352 
316 
160 
105 
457 
368 
205 
388 
512 
280 
451 
215 
298 
286 
405 
522 
550 
444 
753 
360 
410 
625 


278 
232 
411 
277 
488 
264 
202 
497 
456 
252 
257 
426 
259 
423 
431 
518 
332 
352 
286 
628 
378 
565 
564 
406 
514 


474 
312 
414 
376 
292 
248 
357 
510 
248 
235 
378 
272 
216 
344 
397 
711 
349 
384 
444 
605 
379 
379 
383 
485 
564 


449 
258 
430 
300 
208 
266 
242 
558 
432 
228 
426 
473 
313 
419 
292 
557 
564 
434 
425 
718 
412 
656 
699 
500 
372 


458 
277 
481 
275 
350 
304 
297 
385 
402 
163 
300 
352 
319 
475 
419 
509 
340 
428 
306 
557 
439 
555 
778 
494 
543 


429 
356 
324 
220 
283 
275 
236 
554 
394 
274 
198 
492 
290 
391 
369 
525 
265 
575 
438 
743 
402 
518 
781 
435 
788 


551 

484 


649 

388 


441 














4,017 
2,615 
2,434 
1,800 
1,937 
2,019 
1,439 
2,961 
2,653 
3,051 
3,194 
2,939 
2,331 
3,482 
2,977 
3,724 
3,622 
2,578 
4,002 
9,085 
4,788 
4,461 
5,133 
6,025 
3,974 


5,027 
3,266 
2,960 
2,311 
2,428 
2,484 
1,783 
3,5.54 
3,397 
4,033 
3,892 
3,846 
2,954 
4,485 
3,925 
4,823 
4,383 
3,616 
5,168 
11,619 
6,095 
5,596 
6,183 
7,537 
4,961 


80 


2 














80 


3 
















82 


4 




















78 


5 




















80 


6 


321 


181 
















81 


7 
















81 


8 




















83 


9 


353 
594 
309 
412 
350 
471 
463 
606 
438 


















78 


10 


558 
334 


542 
604 














76 


11 














82 


12 














76 


13. . . . 


304 
508 
391 
















79 


14.. .. 
















78 


15... 
















76 


16.. 
















77 


17... 


599 


449 














83 


18... 














71 


19.. 


566 
616 
449 
475 
649 
514 
568 


584 
674 
441 
560 
591 
648 


431 
560 
410 














77 


20 

21... . 


680 
341 


519 
412 


546 

281 


473 


727 


489 


78 
79 


22 








80 


23 


328 
614 














83 


24 


518 


494 


507 








80 


25 . 








80 






















Totals 


87,241 


110,326 









Average per cent of men registered who voted, 79. 



CITY ELECTION, 

JANUARY 10, 1911. 



142 



City Document No. 13. 



Registered Male Voters, City Election, 1911. 



Wards. 



1. 

2. 

3. 

4. 

5. 

6. 

7. 

8. 

9. 
10. 
11. 
12. 
13. 
14. 
15. 
16. 
17. 
18. 
19. 
20. 
21. 
22. 
23. 
24. 
25. 



Total , 



1. 

381 
391 
467 
449 
417 
187 
126 
540 
470 
268 
507 
684 
351 
576 
313 
407 
388 
561 
706 
693 
572 
910 
405 
514 
804 



Precincts. 



3. 



4. 



8. 



361 

296 
527 
388 
577 
308 
258 
586 
577 
333 
340 
557 
329 
536 
542 
695 
413 
523 
405 
788 
467 
711 
660 
511 
662 



579 
391 
497 
466 
383 
307 
428 
650 
306 
310 
461 
360 
282 
440 
522 
932 
427 
582 
572 
807 
505 
490 
448 
625 
700 



562 
320 
537 
380 
274 
318 
319 
663 
544 
318 
505 
616 
384 
532 
409 
727 
684 
649 
545 
899 
536 
840 
854 
602 
478 



582 
338 
567 
336 
433 
375 
349 
451 
558 
247 
335 
503 
398 
631 
504 
655 
416 
571 
408 
719 
587 
714 
994 
604 
655 



506 
465 
380 
286 
339 
386 
292 
657 
512 
386 
226 
646 
344 
502 
490 
648 
319 
730 
569 
1,021 
505 
652 
984 
498 
976 



693 

591 



382 



436 
751 
359 
500 
444 
579 
640 
763 
503 



686 
780 
565 
588 
739 
620 
682 



803 

475 



217 



739 
384 



421 
667 
497 



717 



711 
815 
541 
702 
687 
853 



525 



672 
755 



526 



569 
697 
523 



10. 



12. 13 



837 
437 



409 

786 



637 



667 
506 



607 



687 
351 



668 



634 



14. 



15. 



912 



637 



Totals. 



4,992 
3,267 
2,975 

. 2,305 
2,423 
2,480 
1,772 
3,547 
3,403 
4,024 
3,872 
3,866 
2,953 
4,463 
3,917 
4,827 
4,393 
3,616 
5,171 

11,593 
6,095 
5,607 
6,180 
7,525 
4,957 



110,223 



02 



= -§1-3 
"111 



59 
45 
69 
57 
57 
19 
28 
34 
37 
44 
53 
45 
44 
64 
66 
64 
57 
50 
60 
72 
67 
64 
71 
69 
62 



Average per cent of male residents who registered, 54. 



Election Department. 



143 



Registered Female Voters on First Printed List, July 15, 1910. 



Wards. 


Precincts. 




'• 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 


10. 


11. 


12. 


13. 


14. 


15. 


Totals. 


1 


37 
15 
51 
63 
36 

6 
13 

4 
11 

9 
56 
80 
14 
47 
15 
45 

1 
20 
40 
76 
74 
77 
104 
30 
56 


66 
8 
68 
25 
92 
13 
28 
10 
19 
19 
9 
86 
11 
23 
47 
33 
12 
12 
41 
59 
44 
31 
21 
65 
106 


90 
14 
98 
70 
31 
12 
26 
26 
4 
27 
83 
30 
9 
48 
56 
50 
49 
23 
72 

106 

68 

7 

17 

68 

113 


50 
17 
81 
59 
32 
4 
12 
23 
12 
23 

162 
34 
17 
61 
56 
71 
77 
17 
44 

137 
92 
60 
56 
87 
24 


60 
10 
90 
38 
55 
19 
34 
15 
25 
10 
139 
23 
24 
79 
74 
39 
26 
13 
43 
49 
58 
27 
94 
87 
86 


11 
23 
81 
22 
28 
13 
15 
23 
21 
23 
88 
25 
26 
60 
89 

117 
9 
53 
60 
49 
97 
97 
89 
57 

102 


44 
12 


27 
21 


19 














404 


2 














120 


3 
















469 


4 




















277 


5 




















274 


6 


7 


10 
















84 


7 
















128 


8 




















101 


9 


13 

72 
128 
43 
11 
50 
75 
50 
24 


















105 


10 


57 
151 


80 
148 














320 


11 














964 


12 














321 


13 


17 
62 
46 
















129 


14 
















430 


15 
















458 


16 
















405 


17 


19 


36 














253 


18 














138 


19 


92 
108 

63 
113 

108 
88 
98 


56 
197 
102 

61 
173 

45 


13 

57 

126 














461 


20 

21 


115 
39 


47 

78 


55 
52 


43 


70 


46 


1,214 
893 


22 








473 


23 


24 
30 














686 


24 


75 


90 


72 








794 


25 








585 






















Total 


10,486 





144 



City Document No. 13. 



Registered Female Voters, City Election, 1911. 



Wabds. 


Pkecincts. 


Totals . 


1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 


10. 


11. 


.2. 


13. 


1 
14. 


15. 


1 


38 
15 
54 
67 
42 

6 
13 

4 
11 

9 
65 
85 
14 
49 
15 
45 


73 
8 
71 
26 
96 
13 
28 
10 
22 
19 
10 
97 
12 
26 
48 
33 
12 
12 
43 
60 
48 
31 
33 
66 
111 


97 

14 

102 

72 
31 

1? 
33 
29 

4 
28 
92 
32 

9 
55 
56 
54 
53 
27 
73 
114 
74 

7 

18 

74 

119 


53 
17 
82 
59 
33 
4 
12 
25 
12 
23 

187 
39 
17 
69 
58 
76 
80 
24 
46 

146 
95 
68 
58 
88 
24 


62 
10 
91 
40 
55 
19 
35 
16 
27 
10 
151 
24 
24 
87 
76 
41 
26 
14 
46 
49 
60 
27 
97 
89 
93 


11 
23 
81 
22 
28 
13 
15 
24 
24 
26 
99 
25 
27 
65 
92 

130 

9 

56 

62 

54 

101 

108 
98 
59 

113 


46 
13 


27 
22 


19 














426 


2 














122 


3 
















481 


4 




















286 


5 




















285 


6 


7 


10 
















87 


7 
















136 


8 




















108 


9 


13 

98 

142 

48 

11 

58 
77 
52 
26 


















113 


10 


74r 

170 


114 
164 














401 


11 














1,080 


12. 














350 


13 


20 
73 
49 
















134 


14... 
















482 


15 .. 
















471 


16 
















431 


17 


19 


37 














262 


18 


24 
47 
77 
77 
88 
114 
31 
62 














157 


19 


97 
116 

66 
122 
118 

94 
102 


58 
208 
108 

67 
180 

50 


19 

62 

128 














491 


20 

21 


120 

44 


50 

88 


62 
58 


50 


76 


53 


1,297 
947 


22 . . 








518 


23 


26 
31 














742 


24 


81 


100 


75 








838 


25 








624 




















Total 
















• 


11,269 







Election Department. 



145 



Votes Cast for City Council, City Election, 1911. 
WARD 1. 





Precincts. 


<D 


^ 


1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 


o 

H 


J. Frank O'Hare 


26 
24 
156 
27 
94 
15 

4 
49 
63 

2 


22 

27 

142 

22 

79 

17 

5 

51 

76 

1 


38 
54 

254 
45 

155 
30 
15 
89 

132 
1 


38 
41 

233 
53 

158 
28 
16 
77 

101 


43 
42 

212 
68 

199 
33 
20 
67 
52 


36 
21 

181 
73 

213 
25 
32 
56 
23 
6 


44 
36 

293 
70 

271 
37 
19 
74 
60 
1 


52 
51 

318 
80 

294 
57 
40 

114 

63 

1 


37 
55 

252 
68 

155 
31 
19 
85 
90 
1 


336 


Joseph A. Sheehan 


351 


Frank A. Goodwin 


2,041 


Timothy J. Buckley 

Thomas F. Mansfield 


506 
1,618 


John J. Butler 

Thomas J. Collins 

Daniel J. McDonald 

Earnest E. Smith 


273 
170 
662 
660 


Eugene J. O'Connor, Jr 


14 






Total 


6,631 


Blanks 


110 


107 


177 


143 


172 


156 


253 


223 


209 


1,550 







WARD 2. 





Precincts. 


03 




1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


o3 
O 


J. Frank O'Hare 


36 
28 

144 
46 

127 
29 
24 
38 
29 


18 
12 

111 
36 

105 
18 
19 
37 
18 
2 


38 
25 

153 
67 

161 
33 
23 
48 
34 


20 
31 

137 
56 

119 
19 
26 
39 
35 


21 
15 

130 
55 

104 
27 
17 
48 
29 


29 
34 

156 
76 

122 
23 
15 
67 
59 
1 


48 
45 

225 
96 

230 
56 
32 
71 
47 
1 


37 
45 

168 
70 

179 
44 
20 
76 
41 
5 


247 


Joseph A. Sheehan 

Frank A. Goodwin 


235 
1,224 


Timothy J. Buckley 


502 


Thomas F. Mansfield 

John J. Butler 

Thomas J. Collins 


1,147 
249 
176 


Daniel J. McDonald 

Earnest E. Smith 

Eugene J. O'Connor, Jr 


424 

292 

9 














Total 


4,505 


Blanks 


120 


71 


93 


112 


94 


102 


154 


122 


868 







WARD 3. 





Precincts. 


73 




1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


c3 

o 
H 


J. Frank O'Hare 


54 
52 
90 

190 
46 
63 
32 

125 
78 


53 
31 

45 
206 
44 
65 
27 
169 
38 


48 
67 
85 

251 
71 
73 
44 

174 
64 


56 
44 
45 

245 
64 
81 
49 

204 
37 


47 
50 
74 

264 
69 
72 
44 

174 

49 

1 


51 
40 
47 

194 
58 
66 
27 

140 

20 

2 


309 


Joseph A. Sheehan 


284 


Frank A. Goodwin 


386 


Timothy J, Buckley 


1,350 


Thomas F. Mansfield 


352 


John J. Butler 


420 


Thomas J. Collins 


223 


Daniel J. McDonald 


986 


Earnest E, Smith 


286 


Eugene J. O'Connor, Jr 


3 














Total 


4,599 


Blanks 


119 


156 


152 


189 


206 


114 


936 







146 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast for City Council, City Election, 1911 
WARD 4. 













Precincts. 


- 




tn 






1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


03 
O 


J Frank O'Hare 


55 
66 
63 

227 
40 

*41 
53 

144 

41 

1 


35 
49 
56 

147 
30 
49 
32 

104 
58 


47 
56 
75 

199 
36 
65 
31 

120 

64 

1 


49 
33 
38 

172 
31 
60 
35 

103 
29 


44 
'30 
37 
176 
25 
53 
32 
99 
33 


27 
34 
26 
113 
28 
38 
28 
69 
36 


257 


Joseph A. Sheehan 

Frank A. Goodwin 


268 
295 


Timothy J. Buckley 

Thomas F. Mansfield. 

John J. Butler 

Thomas J. Collins '. . . . 


1,034 
190 
306 
211 


Daniel J. McDonald 


639 


Earnest E. Smith 


261 


Eugene J. O'Connor, Jr 




2 










Total 


3,463 


Blanks 


103 


67 


104 


92 


80 


66 


512 








WARD 5. 






- 












Precincts. 


m 




I. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


o3 


J Frank O'Hare 


36 
56 
63 

180 
37 
53 
30 

102 
78 


67 
66 
94 

323 
55 
99 
48 

172 

71 

1 


42 
31 
48 

202 
35 
44 
27 

100 

34 

3 


24 
26 
37 
108 
20 
33 
18 
49 
34 


46 
32 

42 
274 
50 
81 
53 
87 
31 


48 
45 
28 
202 
39 
62 
34 
74 
37 
1 


263 


Joseph A. Sheehan 

Frank A. Goodwin 

Timothy J. Buckley 

Thomas F. Mansfield -. 

John J. Butler 


256 
312 
1,289 
236 
372 


Thomas J. Collins 


210 


Daniel J. McDonald 

Earnest E. Smith 


584 

285 




5 














Total . . . .« 


3,812 


Blanks 


124 


207 


157 


62 


216 


153 


919 




WARD 6 
















\ 


Prfc 


[NCTS. 








m 




1. 


2. 3. 


4. 


-45. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


c8 

O 


J. Frank O'Hare 

Joseph A. Sheehan 

T^rank A Goodwin 


9 
12 
13 
76 
70 
72 

9- 
12 

9 


14 
29 
19 
87 
77 
74 
13 
34 
31 


16 

24 

27 

103 

116 

101 

7 

32 

33 


31 
25 
29 
117 
106 
87 
17 
41 
24 


27 
46 
40 
121 
102 
92 
20 
48 
48 


39 
90 
57 

75 
51 
54 
27 
81 
93 


24 

47 

36 

149 

130 

124 

21 

53 

50 


24 
30 
25 
88 
66 
67 
19 
34 
21 


184 
303 
246 


Timothy J Buckley 

Thomas F. Mansfield . 

John J Butler 


816 
718 
671 


Thomas J. Collins 

Daniel J. McDonald 

Earnest E. Smith 


133 
335 
309 


Total 


3,715 




39 


66 


69 


81 


77 


45 


68 


25 


470 







Election Department. 



147 



Votes Cast for City Council, City Election, 1911. 
WARD 7. 





Precincts. 


nj 




1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


o3 
'o 


J. Frank O'Hare 


16 


27 


79 


50 


93 


75 


340 


Joseph A. Sheehan 


27 


61 


69 


64 


65 


56 


342 


Frank A. Goodwin 


22 


17 


81 


53 


35 


31 


239 


Timothy J. Bucklev 


28 


57 


88 


52 


101 


87 


413 


Thomas F. Mansfield 


14 


27 


35 


29 


27 


34 


166 


John J. Butler 


31 


39 


58 


62 


52 


45 


287 


Thomas J. Collins 


16 


24 


44 


33 


68 


55 


240 


Daniel J. McDonald 


21 


57 


73 


52 


56 


55 


314 


Earnest E. Smith 


28 


56 


58 


66 


22 


26 


256 


Eugene J. O'Connor, Jr 




1 










1 
















Total 


2,598 


Blanks 


19 


18 


69 


76 


66 


31 


279 



WARD 8. 



. 


Precincts. 


m 




1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


o3 
O 


J. Frank O'Hare 


21 

32 

23 

279 

256 

260 

18 

33 

36 


25 

42 

27 

292 

274 

265 

21 

46 

49 


34 
127 

75 
150 
131 
136 

29 
129 
163 


24 

59 

47 

265 

250 

239 

34 

52 

72 


29 

37 

29 

187 

173 

175 

26 

27 

38 


53 

80 

55 

279 

258 

252 

49 

63 

89 

2 


186 


Joseph A. Sheehan 


377 


Frank A. Goodwin 


256 


Timothy J. Buckley 


1,452 

1,342 

1,327 

177 

350 

447 


Thomas F. Mansfield 

John J. Butler 


Thomas J. Collins 


Daniel J. McDonald 

Earnest E. Smith 


Eugene J. O'Connor, Jr 


2 
















Total 


5,916 
414 


Blanks 


56 


33 


67 


107 


83 


68 







WARD 9. 



J. Frank O'Hare 

Joseph A. Sheehan 

Frank A. Goodwin 

Timothy J. Buckley. . . . 
Thomas F. Mansfield . . . 

John J. Butler 

Thomas J. Collins 

Daniel J. McDonald 

Earnest E. Smith 

Eugene J. O'Connor, Jr. 



Total . 



Blanks. 



56 
116 
57 
66 
32 
44 
30 
97 
71 



70 



Precincts. 



3. 



80 


46 


99 


169 


74 


169 


49 


22 


52 


83 


45 


88 


38 


21 


28 


54 


23 


42 


39 


21 


49 


165 


49 


117 


110 


34 


77 


1 


1 




106 


93 


65 



53 
115 
62 
65 
37 
41 
29 
99 
93 



44 

166 

75 

56 

33 

43 

33 

122 

124 



63 



72 



64 
146 
53 
82 
36 
34 
41 
89 
58 
1 



68 



442 
955 
370 
485 
225 
281 
242 
738 
567 
3 

4,308 

537 



148 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast for City Council, City Election, 1911. 
WARD 10. 





Precincts. 


tn 




'• 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 


03 
O 


J. Frank O'Hare 


44 
76 
28 
63 
22 
38 
36 
37 
50 


32 
91 
42 
44 
23 
25 
25 
62 
88 


24 
93 
45 
37 
32 
34 
18 
75 
101 


33 
78 
46 
30 
18 
14 
12 
52 
73 
1 


17 
56 
22 
11 
15 
15 
7 
32 
56 


19 
84 
45 
32 
20 
20 
13 
70 
95 


35 

223 

130 

60 

50 

57 

24 

196 

277 

1 

1 


43 

203 

111 

76 

52 

57 

32 

146 

213 

1 


21 

234 

119 

36 

36 

41 

18 

160 

269 


268 


Joseph A. Sheehan 

Frank A. Goodwin 

Timothy J. Buckley 


1,138 

588 
389 


Thomas F Mansfield 


268 


John J. Butler 


301 


Thomas J. Collins 


185 


Daniel J. McDonald 

Earnest E. Smith 


830 
1,222 




3 














1 






















Total 


5,193 


Blanks 


35 


45 


24 


33 


39 


37 


80 


68 


86 


447 







WARD 11, 





Precincts. 


m 




1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 


(A 
O 


J. Frank O'Hare 


35 

117 

60 

61 

29 

43 

16 

131 

158 

3 


35 
63 
36 

47 
36 
31 
26 
54 
84 


45 

156 

47 

61 

25 

49 

29 

142 

170 


20 

254 

31 

42 

13 

15 

15 

253 

300 


5 

201 

21 

9 

8 

9 

6 

193 

223 


10 

114 

19 

14 

13 

11 

10 

109 

132 


13 

152 

36 

12 

12 

19 

15 

148 

191 


5 

217 

26 

7 

15 

16 

6 

210 

242 


18 

294 

49 

26 

16 

29 

28 

296 

330 


186 


Joseph A Sheehan 


1,568 


Frank A. Goodwin 


325 


Timothy J. Buckley 


279 


Thomas F. Mansfield '..... 


167 


John J. Butler 


222 


Thomas J. Collins 


151 


Daniel J. McDonald 

Earnest E. Smith 


1,536 
1,830 


All others 


3 






















Total 


6.267 


Blanks 


64 


56 


56 


44 


30 


18 


41 


42 


66 


417 







WARD 12. 



J. Frank O'Hare 

Joseph A. Sheehan. . . 
Frank A. Goodwin. . . . 
Timothy J. Buckley . . 
Thomas F. Mansfield. 

John J. Butler 

Thomas J. Collins. . . . 
Daniel J. McDonald. . 
Earnest E. Smith 



. Total. 
Blanks. . . . 



Precincts. 



2. 3. 4. 5. 6 



7. 



43 


36 


34 


59 


35 


74 


127 


115 


84 


144 


98 


126 


87 


91 


40 


108 


56 


105 


49 


45 


65 


87 


56 


129 


46 


30 


21 


41 


26 


44 


59 


35 


40 


58 


46 


108 


26 


24 


34 


43 


23 


127 


122 


109 


64 


118 


106 


112 


148 


151 


67 


125 


96 


105 


64 


60 


37 


60 


82 


90 



72 
164 
74 
116 
33 
62 
74 
95 
44 



82 



353 

858 
561 
547 
241 
408 
351 
726 
736 



4,781 
475 



Election Department. 



149 



Votes Cast for City Council, City Election, 1911. 
WARD 13. 





Peecincts. 


m 




1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


o3 
O 


J. Frank O'Hare 


105 


84 


77 


129 


144 


114 


139 


121 


913 


Joseph A. Sheehan 


22 


16 


22 


28 


37 


21 


33 


20 


199 


Frank A. Goodwin 


37 


37 


26 


51 


51 


49 


71 


58 


380 


Timothy J. Buckley 


75 


58 


48 


77 


80 


74 


94 


67 


573 


Thomas F. Mansfield 


20 


8 


12 


21 


15 


12 


20 


13 


121 


John J. Butler 


61 


51 


38 


59 


41 


68 


69 


43 


430 


Thomas J. Collins 


153 


115 


111 


177 


184 


160 


158 


140 


1,198 


Daniel J. McDonald 


35 


22 


22 


24 


38 


26 


35 


27 


229 


Earnest E. Smith 


26 


13 


21 


19 


24 


17 


21 


28 


169 


Eugene J. O'Connor, Jr 


1 










2 






3 


















Total 


4,215 


Blanks 


95 


82 


82 


123 


130 


99 


92 


95 


798 



WARD 14. 





Precincts. 


<n 




1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


03 
O 

- H 


J. Frank O'Hare 


220 
50 
87 

101 
31 
63 

224 

62 

56 

1 


189 
26 
63 

111 
95 
75 

165 

30 

21 

9 


205 
41 
72 
59 
22 
43 

113. 

46 

39 

7 


204 
60 

89 
89 
35 
46 
147 
72 
65 
2 


212 

82 
97 
95 
23 
56 
137 
85 
89 
1 


154 
77 
59 
44 
32 
43 
103 
101 
82 


215 
67 
90 
89 
31 
50 

147 

63 

70 

3 


232 

89 
88 
96 
72 
61 

173 
92 

104 
3 


1,631 


Joseph A. Sheehan 


492 


Frank A. Goodwin 


645 


Timothy J. Buckley 


684 


Thomas F. Mansfield 


341 


John J. Butler 


437 


Thomas J. Collins 


1,209 


Daniel J. McDonald 

Earnest E. Smith ; 


551 
526 


Eugene J. O'Connor, Jr 


26 


Total 


6.542 


Blanks 


113 


140 


109 


106 


152 


76 


135 


127 


958 







WARD 15. 



' 


Precincts. 


xn 




1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


O 


J. Frank O'Hare 


97 
21 
32 
60 
15 
14 
83 
20 
16 


179 
28 
69 

113 
20 
66 

160 
49 
29 


166 
40 
62 

104 
19 
57 

190 
39 
39 


141 
44 
58 
75 
15 
31 

122 

54 

30 

3 


203 
62 
80 

117 
25 
60 

164 
65 
39 


143 
73 
89 
60 
20 
52 

120 
67 
92 


196 
68 
84 
79 
25 
70 

164 
62 
79 


201 
64 
80 
92 
19 
50 

141 

71 

52 

1 


1,326 


Joseph A. Sheehan 


400 


Frank A. Goodwin 


554 


Timothy J. Buckley 


700 


Thomas F, Mansfield 


158 


John J. Butler 


400 


Thomas J. Collins 


1,144 


Daniel J. McDonald 


417 


Earnest E. Smith 


376 


Eugene J. O'Connor, Jr 


4 


















Total 


5,479 


Blanks 


38 


97 


106 


63 


88 


80 


148 


105 


725 







150 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast for City Council, City Election, 1911. 
WARD 16. 



J. Frank O'Hare 

Joseph A. Sheehan 

Frank A. Goodwin 

Timothy J. Buckley. . . . 
Thomas F. Mansfield . . . 

John J. Butler 

Thomas J. Collins 

Daniel J. McDonald. . . . 

Earnest E. Smith 

Eugene J. O'Connor, Jr. 



Total. 



Blanks. 



Ill 
42 
45 
78 
21 
39 
87 
44 
42 
2 



Precincts. 



7. 



50 



140 


176 


65 


71 


58 


62 


91 


132 


126 


196 


83 


141 


98 


96 


112 


147 


211 


103 


126 


74 


76 


83 


46 


49 


37 


103 


146 


75 


91 


42 


129 


165 


62 


53 


37 


75 


104 


140 


124 


185 


67 


87 


149 


132 


241 


2 


3 






1 


73 


104 


81 


86 


73 



84 
149 
101 
151 

60 
107 

99 
130 
109 



129 



705 
798 
676 
890 
372 
603 
632 
802 
827 



6,313 
596 



WARD 17. 





Precinct.s. 


m 




1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 


o 


J. Frank O'Hare 


33 

44 


50 

72 


44 

78 


67 
140 


48 
45 


31 
34 


62 

58 


77 
97 


67 

72 


479 


Joseph A. Sheehan 


640 


Frank A. Goodwin 


17 


36 


73 


127 


40 


22 


50 


77 


74 


516 


Timothy J. Buckley 


147 


138 


82 


158 


142 


104 


208 


233 


160 


1,372 


Thomas F. Mansfield 


16 


20 


41 


52 


23 


25 


30 


49 


41 


297 


John J. Butler 


126 


128 


86 


132 


109 


93 


170 


181 


126 


1,151 


Thomas J. Collins 


127 


111 


57 


113 


108 


90 


162 


203 


114 


1,085 


Daniel J. McDonald 


30 


57 


92 


132 


43 


44 


52 


82 


79 


611 


Earnest E. Smith 


25 


34 


89 


135 


29 


22 


29 


60 


65 


488 


Eugene J. O'Connor, Jr 


3 


2 


2 


1 




2 




3 




13 


Total 


6,652 


Blanks 


32 


69 


52 


83 


46 


49 


52 


96 


69 


548 



WARD 18. 





Precincts. 


xh 




1. 


2. 


3. 4. 


5. 


6. 


o3 
O 


J. Frank O'Hare 


66 


32 


39 


53 


64 


81 


335 


Joseph A. Sheehan 


65 


64 


83 


69 


46 


100 


427 


Frank A. Goodwin 


69 


49 


49 


68 


70 


94 


399 


Timothy J. Buckley 


107 


85 


55 


79 


130 


159 


615 


Thomas F. Mansfield 


43 


24 


32 


36 


33 


58 


226 


John J. Butler 


165 


113 


79 


164 


248 


298 


1,067 


Thomas J. Collins 


64 


62 


26 


58 


94 


107 


411 


Daniel J. McDonald 


64 


48 


65 


76 


56 


97 


406 


Earnest E. Smith 


61 


64 


94 


87 


53 


113 


472 


Eugene J. O'Connor, Jr 




1 






3 




4 


All others. . . 




1 










1 
















Total 


4,363 


Blanks. . 


115 


75 


84 


99 


217 


189 


779 







Election Department. 



151 



Votes Cast for City Council, City Election, 1911. 
WARD 19. 











Precincts. 








in 




'■ 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 


e4 
-(J 
O 


J. Frank O'Hare 


94 
119 

76 
137 

55 
173 

62 

109 

118 

1 


70 
37 
49 
84 
28 
133 
45 
54 
63 
1 


96 
66 
76 

144 
41 

210 
60 
60 
58 


73 
65 
84 

139 
44 

234 

63 

70 

52 

1 


51 

64 
68 
81 
56 
120 
41 
56 
62 


79 
114 

78 
122 

49 
193 

60 

99 
103 


131 

115 

108 

203 

67 

264 

104 

89 

78 

1 


109 
115 

95 
177 

59 
240 
119 

94 

80 


78 

85 

45 

97 

42 

208 

74 

105 

109 


781 


Joseph A. Sheehan 

Frank A. Goodwin 

Timothy J. Buckley 

Thomas F. Mansfield 


780 

679 

1,184 

441 


John J. Butler 


1,775 


Thomas J. Collins 


628 


Daniel J. McDonald 


736 


Earnest El. Smith 


723 




4 














Total 


7,731 


Blanks 


97 


48 


137 


132 


58 


117 


142 


160 


156 


1,047 







WARD 20. 





Precincts. 


tn 




1. 


3. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 


10. 


11. 


12. 


13. 


14. 


15. 


c4 
O 


J. Frank O'Hare 


89 
134 
119 
139 

48 
186 

88 

129 

143 

2 


136 

149 

136 

154 

49 

80 

84 

155 

164 

2 


100 
176 
110 
154 

35 
103 

83 
170 
164 


95 
212 
179 
152 

86 
101 

89 

202 

242 

3 


112 
121 
111 
219 

50 
136 
134 
117 

80 
3 


110 
134 
141 
197 
100 
108 
102 
128 
143 


62 

196 

134 

101 

57 

60 

40 

188 

206 


45 

186 

157 

93 

62 

47 

39 

194 

257 


61 

165 

142 

90 

42 

64 

40 

148 

187 


58 

223 

132 

90 

45 

55 

33 

200 

269 


54 

155 

103 

96 

44 

72 

40 

122 

156 


43 

180 

109 

92 

48 

50 

32 

176 

203 


66 

110 

95 

91 

25 

52 

44 

101 

110 


132 

194 

155 

200 

79 

99 

100 

167 

127 

2 


44 

133 

94 

104 

42 

53 

49 

107 

121 

2 


1,207 


Joseph A. Sheehan 

Frank A. Goodv.in 

Timothy J. Buckley 

Thomas F. Mansfield 

John J. Butler 


2,468 
1,917 
1,972 
812 
1,266 


Thomas J. Collins 

Daniel J. McDonald 

Earnest E. Smith 


997 
2,304 
2,572 


Eugene J. O'Connor, Jr. . . . 


14 




















Total 


15,529 


Blanks 


.... 


85 


105 


70 


96 


118 


90 


93 


63 


80 


85 


60 


62 


134 


118 


1,259 



WARD 21, 





Prkcinctr. 


00 




1. 


- 2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 


10. 


11. 


12. 


si 

+-> 
o 


J. Frank O'Hare 


53 
103 


58 

78 


45 

89 


45 
125 


49 
120 


37 
129 


59 
111 


36 
160 


26 

138 


40 
93 


39 
141 


49 
63 


536 


Joseph A. Sheehan 


1,350 


Frank A. Goodwin 


88 


53 


82 


100 


99 


77 


104 


81 


84 


66 


65 


69 


968 


Timothy J. Buckley 


86 


80 


85 


64 


81 


53 


92 


64 


65 


53 


69 


68 


860 


Thomas F. Mansfield 


51 


28 


36 


39 


32 


36 


52 


41 


44 


26 


39 


45 


469 


John J. Butler 


100 


97 


91 


63 


78 


59 


77 


63 


57 


59 


52, 


68 


864 


Thomas J. Collins 


34 


50 


40 


35 


36 


23 


48 


31 


37 


20 


30 


20 


404 


Daniel J. McDonald 


117 


76 


104 


125 


120 


125 


116 


148 


129 


97 


126 


64 


1,347 


Earnest E. Smith 


141 


70 


103 


145 


147 


159 


128 


180 


163 


122 


148 


81 


• 1,587 


Eugene J. O'Connor, Jr 


2 


2 






3 




1 


1 


2 


9 


8 




28 










Total 


8,413 


Blanks 


68 


65 


69 


69 


54 


61 


67 


65 


53 


30 


63 


46 


710 







152 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast for City Council, City Election, 1911. 
WARD 22. 







_ 




Precincts. 








tn 




I. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


C3 

O 


J. Frank O'Hare 


85 
238 
128 
136 

76 
162 

77 

226 

267 

3 


98 
111 

84 
153 

61 
221 

89 
118 
135 


71 

72 
43 

120 
36 

169 

72 

65 

48 

4 


72 
168 
130 

89 

59 
122 

53 

145 

206 

6 


70 
138 

87 
109 

72 
144 

54 

137 

175 

1 


31 

188 

102 

56 

43 

54 

18 

176 

248 


. 35 

167 

101 

64 

40 

73 

32 

171 

219 


93 
130 

99 
147 

50 
170 

75 
143 
135 


555 


Joseph A. Sheehan 


1,212 


Frank A Goodwin 


774 


Timothy J. Bucklev 


874 


Thomas F. Mansfield 


437 


John J. Butler 


1,115 


Thomas J. Collins 


470 


Daniel J. McDonald 


1,181 


Earnest E. Smith 


1,433 


Eugene J. O'Connor, Jr 


14 


1 






1 




















Total 


8,066 


Blanks 


144 


127 


101 


159 


111 


91 


55 


131 


919 



WARD 23. 





Precincts. 


02 




1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 


o 


J. Frank O'Hare 


32 

141 

82 

47 

20 

47 

57 

146 

151 


74 

111 

100 

194 

53 

198 

96 

94 

84 

1 


51 
67 
69 

141 
27 

159 
85 
64 
37 


84 
148 
153 
216 

79 
154 

90 

155 

148 

2 


78 
217 
197 
170 

64 
122 

59 
214 
272 


57 

239 

179 

94 

75 

91 

57 

244 

328 

1 


49 

272 

196 

87 

63 

62 

28 

280 

371 

1 


36 

256 

137 

59 

44 

47 

29 

263 

349 


33 

76 
73 
77 
20 
56 
25 
96 
84 


494 


Joseph A. Sheehan 


1,527 


Frank A. Goodwin 


1,186 


Timothy J. Bucklev 


1,085 


Thomas F. Mansfield 


445 


John J. Butler 


936 


Thomas J. Collins 


526 


Daniel J. McDonald 


1,556 


Earnest E. Smith 


1,824 




5 












Total 


9,584 


Blanks . . 


48 


93 


68 


109 


149 


147 


157 


94 


54 


919 







WARD 24. 





Precincts. 


. 




1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 


10. 


11. 


12. 


o 


J. Frank O'Hare 


98 
74 
78 

125 
43 
85 

104 

90 

82 

1 


57 
81 
57 
96 
27 
68 
73 
73 
64 


78 

116 

110 

73 

40 

38 

57 

117 

137 


41 
103 
93 
90 
27 
62 
57 
97 
133 


40 

129 

109 

73 

50 

48 

34 

128 

163 


52 

115 

132 

114 

65 

74 

67 

90 

127 


55 

162 

122 

75 

49 

57 

35 

158 

194 


50 

151 

139 

104 

51 

76 

73 

158 

200 


71 

146 

145 

96 

77 

69 

47 

155 

187 


54 

145 

142 

88 

55 

59 

46 

153 

190 


73 

104 

136 

97 

54 

63 

59 

111 

151 


62 

127 

108 

93 

42 

61 

63 

125 

142 


731 


Joseph A. Sheehan 


1,453 


Frank A. Goodwin 


1,371 


Timothy J. Buckley 


1,124 


Thomas F. Mansfield 

John J. Butler 


580 
760 


Thomas J. Collins 


715 


Daniel J . McDonald 

Earnest E. Smith 


1,455 
1,770 


Eugene J. O'Connor, Jr 


1 


























Total 


9,960 


Blanks 


114 


67 


77 


68 


90 


85 


65 


81 


93 


70 


70 


77 


957 







Election Department. 



153 



Votes Cast for City Council, City Election, 1911. 
WARD 25. 





Precincts. 


03 




1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


03 
O 


J. Frank O'Hare 


57 
97 

113 
99 
41 
59 
64 
94 

111 


38 

149 

89 

48 

50 

35 

29 

148 

178 

2 


34 

154 

102 

67 

53 

38 

30 

156 

207 

1 


60 
50 
65 
135 
28 
56 
60 
68 
39 
1 


82 

143 

109 

181 

42 

98 

78 

142 

98 


66 

216 

127 

127 

62 

71 

51 

214 

238 

3 


81 
166 

96 
154 

55 
102 

79 

183 

161 

2 


418 


Joseph A. Sheehan 


975 


Frank A. Goodwin 


701 


Timothy J. Buckley 


811 


Thomas F. Mansfield 


331 


John J. Butler 


459 


Thomas J. Collins 


391 


Daniel J. McDonald 


1,005 


Earnest E. Smith 


1,032 


Eugene J. O'Connor, Jr 


9 








Total . . .... 


6,132 


Blanks 


60 


62 


64 


44 


95 


97 


85 


507 







Total Votes Cast for City Council, City Election, 1911. 

Totals. 

J. Frank O'Hare 13,482 

Joseph A. Sheehan 19,656 

Frank A. Goodwin 17,609 

* Timothy J. Buckley 21,806 

Thomas F. Mansfield 11,700 

John J. Butler 16,380 

Thomas J. Collins 12,279 

* Daniel J. McDonald 20,724 

* Earnest E. Smith 20,950 

Eugene J. O'Connor, Jr 175 

All others '. 6 

Total 154,767 

Blanks T 18,546 

* Elected. 



154 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast for School Committee, City Election, 1911. 

WARD 1. 





Precincts. 


oj 




1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 


c3 
C 
H - 


William J. Gallivan 

Michael H. Corcoran, Jr 

Thomas F. Leen 

JuhaE. Duff 


86 
103 
113 

74 


61 
141 
142 

42 


132 
192 
204 
107 
1 


125 
166 
165 
103 


153 

128 
115 
151 


151 

85 

87 

157 


202 
145 
137 
190 


224 
158 
161 
222 


154 
133 
169 
136 

1 


1,288 
1,251 
1,293 
1.182 


All others 


2 




















Total 


5,016 


Blanks.. : 


46 


50 


98 


73 


99 


76 


122 


113 


101 


778 







WARD 2. 





Precincts. 


i 




1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


O 


William J. Gallivan 

Michael H. Corcoran, Jr 

Thomas F. Leen 

Julia E. Duff 


112 
64 

75 
100 


75 
53 

48 
71 


122 
71 
82 

120 


103 
63 
62 

98 


91 
62 
47 
94 


98 

80 

86 

105 


165 
111 
108 
179 


130 
107 
125 
117 


896 
611 
633 

884 


Total 


3.024 


Blanks 


65 


55 


61 


76 


74 


99 


115 


71 


616 

1 



WARD 3. 





Precincts. 


CQ 




1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


03 
O 


William J. Gallivan 

Michael H. Corcoran, Jr 

Thomas F. Leen 

Julia E. Duff 


96 

88 
192 
166 


101 

56 

114 

224 


134 

70 

210 

256 


128 

58 

145 

257 


141 

68 
178 
253 


100 

46 

119 

204 


700 

386 

958 

1,360 


Total 


3,404 


Blanks 


88 


107 


114 


150 


124 


85 


668 







Election Department. 



155 



Votes Cast for School Committee, City Election, 1911 

WARD 4. 





Precincts. 


CO 


• 


1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


O 


William J. Gallivan 

Michael H. Corcoran, Jr 

Thomas F. Leen 

Julia E. Duff 


75 

51 

109 

239 


73 

66 

130 

116 


102 

85 

144 

170 


80 

66 

105 

152 


88 

55 

69 

146 


54 

44 

68 

110 


472 
367 
625 
933 


Total 


2,397 


Blanks ... 


110 


59 


85 


67 


70 


56 


447 







WARD 5. 









Precincts 






m 




1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


o3 
O 


William J. Gallivan 

Michael H. Corcoran, Jr 

Thomas F. Leen 

Julia E. Duff 


80 

95 

168 

133 


110 
106 
279 

288 


09 

43 

102 

177 


41 
50 
79 
83 


99 

60 

162 

205 


65 

54 

137 

163 


464 

408 

927 

1,049 


Total 


2.848 


Blanks 


76 


139 


113 


43" 


114 


87 


572 







WARD 6. 





Precincts. 


CO 




1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


o3 
O 


William J. Gallivan 

Michael H. Corcoran, Jr 

Thomas F. Leen 

Julia E. Duff 


74 
23 
73 
27 


87 
34 
94 
37 


118 
38 

121 
22 


125 
39 

115 
39 


124 
56 

136 
51 


93 

96 

136 

54 


147 
57 

162 
51 


92 
32 
81 
45 


860 
375 
918 
326 


Total 


2,479 


Blanks 


21 


48 


55 


56 


57 


39 


53 


26 


355 



156 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast for School Committee, City Election, 1911. 

WARD 7. 





Precincts. 


m 




1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


« 
6. 


e3 

O 


William J. Gallivan 

Michael H. Corcoran, Jr 

Thomas F. Leen 

Julia E. Duff 


43 
30 
30 
35 


68 
59 
72 
50 


116 
92 
81 

107 


112 
61 
64 
62 


116 
73 
39 

123 


105 
52 
39 

112 


560 
366 
325 
489 






Total 


1,740 


Blanks 


18 


31 


70 


71 


56 


30 


276 







-■^ 



WARD 8. 





Precincts. 


m 


N 


1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


o 


William J. Gallivan 


273 

57 
260 

47 


297 
52 

279 
59 


165 

186 

258 

70 


277 

102 

268 

96 


200 
76 

162 
75 


305 
105 
212 
161 


1,517 


Michael H. Corcoran, Jr 

Thomas F. Leen , 


578 
1,439 


Julia E. Duff 


508 






Total 


4,042 


Blanks 


39 


45 


51 


51 


43 


81 


310 











WARD 9. 





Precincts. 


m 




1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


o3 

o- 


William J. Gallivan 


114 

108 

102 

67 


112 
160 
101 
104 


76 
67 
59 

47 


127 

114 

90 

143 


94 
122 
107 

81 


87 
146 
156 

89 


102 
93 
73 

128 


712 


Michael H. Corcoran, Jr 


810 


Thomas F. Leen 


688 


Julia E. Duff 


659 






Total 


2,869 


Blanks 


45 


133 


41 


56 


52 


60 


66 


453 







Election Department. 



157 



Votes Cast for School Committee, City Election, 1911. 

WARD 10. 



- 








Precincts. 








tn 




1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 


1^ 
O 


William J. Gallivan 

Michael H. Corcoran, Jr 

Thomas F. Leen 

Julia E. Duff 


79 
52 
54 
79 


57 

94 

108 

46 


57 
120 
126 

26 


58 
83 
90 
28 


35 
53 

68 
18 


40 
116 
119 

29 


106 

319 

347 

15 


Ill 

255 

286 
68 


79 
343 
360 

40 


622 
1,435 
1,558 

349 






■ Total 


3,964 


Blanks 


34 


31 


21 


21 


14 


20 


85 


48 


58 


332 



WARD 11. 











Precincts. 








m 




I. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 


<A 
O 


William J. GalUvan 

Michael H. Corcoran, Jr 

Thomas F. Leen 


70 
194 
206 

58 
3 


49 
82 
95 
50 


85 
212 
203 

85 


57 
392 
408 

42 


13 

325 

336 

9 


26 

193 

199 

9 


36 

269 

283 

9 


24 
355 
362 

10 


56 
433 
439 
.33 


416 
2,455 
2,531 


JuHa E. Duff 


305 


All others 


3 






















Total 


5,710 


Blanks 


37 


40 


55 


39 


7 


17 


23 


9 


33 


260 



WARD 12. 





Precincts. 


rr. 




1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


<A 
O 


William J. Gallivan 


94 
165 
181 

55 


75 
207 
225 

49 
2 


61 

105 

94 

63 


Ill 

183 

162 

103 

2 


68 
134 
127 

68 


156 
166 
180 
161 


142 
121 
111 
166 


707 


Michael H. Corcoran, Jr 


1,081 


Thomas F. Leen 


1,080 


Julia E. DuflF -. 


665 


All others 


4 














Total 


3,537 


Blanks 


109 


26 


39 


49 


51 


39 


64 


377 











158 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast for School Committee, City Election, 1911. 

WARD 13. 





Precincts. 


•h 




1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


o3 

'o 


W^illiam. J Gallivan. . . . 


153 
62 
27 

133 


113 
55 
21 
96 


108 
51 
23 

92 


168 
73 
43 

149 


182 
70 
37 

161 


150 

67 

36 

122 


171 

69 

39 

156 


141 

69 

41 

110 


1,186 


Michael H. Corcoran, Jr 

Thomas F. Leen 


516 
267 


Julia E. Duff 


1,019 






total 


2,988 


Blanks 


47 


43 


40 


57 


66 


69 


65 


53 


440 







WARD 14. 





Precincts. 


!n 




1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 




William J. Gallivan 

Michael H. Corcoran, Jr 

Thomas F. Leen 


237 
135 

88 
206 


208 
83 
47 

203 


192 

109 

61 

135 


237 
136 

97 
138 


240 
176 
122 
148 


159 
157 
120 

82 


224 

149 

94 

166 


268 
210 
116 
143 


1,765 

1,155 

745 


Julia E. Duff 


1,221 


Total 


4,886 


Blanks 


62 


103 


.... 
61 


76 


90 


62 


63 


83 


600 











WARD 15. 





Precincts. 


73 




1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


'o 


William J. Gallivan 

Michael H. Corcoran, Jr 

Thomas F. Leen 

Julia E. Duff 


90 
49 
23 
69 


196 
88 
45 

171 


214 
91 
57 

169 


166 
86 
56 

124 


218 

135 

83 

182 


160 
148 
127 
114 


220 
156 
122 
162 


200 

135 

80 

134 


1,464 
888 
593 

1,125 






Total 


4,070 


Blanks 


35 


68 


67 


46 


58 


53 


72 


75 


474 







Election Department. 



159 



Votes Cast for School Committee, City Election, 1911, 

WARD 16. 





Precincts. 


m 




1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


o3 
O 


William J Gallivan 


125 

85 
69 
81 


187 
106 
101 
176 
1 


301 
137 
128 
260 


128 

221 

216 

92 


143 
159 
182 
146 


114 

300 

323 

79 


170 
176 
194 

175 


1,168 


Michael H Corcoran, Jr 


1,184 


Thomas F. Leen 


1,213 


JuUa E. Duff 


1,009 




1 


















Total 


4,575 




36' 


89 


92 


51 


58 


40 


81 


447 







WARD 17. 











Precincts. 








m 




1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 


03 
O 


William J. Gallivan 


129 
46 
35 

139 


136 

74 

77 

156 


104 
122 
143 
116 


197 
209 
214 
167 


134 
54 
54 

164 


114 
33 
33 

126 


193 
68 
50 

233 


234 
98 
94 

262 


156 

93 

103 

192 


1,397 


Michael H. Corcoran, Jr 

Thomas F. I^een 


797 
803 J 


Julia E. Duff 


1,555 






Total 


4,552 


Blanks . . 


51 


49 


45 


69 


38 


48 


52 


92 


66 


510 







WARD 18. 





Precincts. 


m 




1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


O 




139 
99 
92 

151 


103 
59 
82 

108 


85 
100 
114 

75 


136 
113 
132 
117 


165 

87 

70 

245 


256 
150 
175 
243 


884 


Michael H Corcoran, Jr. 


608 


Thomas F. Leen 


665 


Juha E Duff 


939 






Total 


3,096 




81 


64 


56 


48 


113 


90 


452 







160 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast for School Committee, City Election, 1911. 

WARD 19. 





Precincts. 


m 




1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 


o3 
O 


William J. Gallivan 


168 

144 
141 

178 


121 
74 

77 
128 


205 
87 
65 

240 


202 

112 

60 

214 


115 
95 
88 

115 


172 
148 
141 
177 


254 
130 
131 
316 


225 

149 
132 
271 


156 
133 
124 
165 


1,618 


Michael H. Corcoran, Jr 

Thomas F. Leen 

Julia E. Duff 


1,072 

959 

1,804 






Total 


5,453 


Blanks 


89 


32 


89 


72 


59 


88 


97 


97 


110 


733 







WARD 20. 





Precincts. 


m 




1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 


10. 


11. 


12. 


13. 


14. 


15. 


o3 
O 


William J. Gallivan 

Michael H. Corcoran, Jr. . .. 

Thomas F. Leen 

TuliaE. Duff 

others . . 


163 
218 
234 
124 


203 
214 
223 
158 


197 
222 
237 
162 


195 
336 
348 
135 
1 


215 
148 
146 
236 


201 
202 
212 
190 


134 

269 

308 

91 


128 

374 

408 

71 


115 

222 

244 

92 


98 
326 
341 

88 


101 

221 

244 

73 


119 
257 

288 
73 


104 

147 

170 

86 


235 
231 
248 
189 


108 

183 

212 

73 


2,316 
3,570 
3,863 
1,841 

1 


































Total 


11,591 


blanks 


71 


42 


90 


89 


79 


75 


52 


33 


41 


39 


33 


41 


41 


81 


52 


859 







WARD 21. 





Precincts. 


09 




1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 


10. 


11. 


12. 


83 


William J. Galhvan 

Michael H. Corcoran, Jr. . . . 
Thomas F. Leen 


112 
164 
185 
112 


119 
108 
109 
107 
2 


97 

148 

174 

104 

1 


86 
205 
223 

77 


113 
167 
192 

87 


84 
216 
263 

55 


113 
179 
195 

83 


78 
253 
266 

53 


100 

224 

231 

64 

2 


73 
141 
158 

54 


99 
193 
202 

73 


84 
123 
137 

83 


1,158 
2,121 
2,335 


JuUa E. Duff 


952 


All others 


5 
























Total . . 


6,571 


Blanks 


67 


33 


50 


49 


45 


4 


48 


34 


29 


20 


53 


25 


457 







Election Department. 

Votes Cast for School Committee, City Election, 191 

WARD 22. 



161 





Precincts. 


ai 






2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


c3 
O 


William J. Gallivan 

Michael H. Corcoran, Jr 

Thomas F. Leen 

JuUa E. Duff 

All others 


181 
324 
351 
159 


203 
163 
163 
199 


125 

106 

76 

159 


160 
255 
252 
122 


154 
210 
206 
119 

2 


63 
300 
321 

63 


96 
288 
315 

89 


174 
203 
212 
174 


1,156 
1,849 
1,896 
1,084 
2 




















Total 


5,987 


Blanks 


85 


88 


70 


79 


67 


43 


34 


89 


555 



WARD 23. 



f 


Pkecincts. 


m 




1. 


2. 3. 4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 9. 


O 

H 


WiUiam J. Gallivan 

Michael H. Corcoran, Jr 

Thomas F. Leen 

Julia E. Duff 


67 
252 
252 

66 


220 
135 
129 
225 


145 
85 
76 

165 


217 
196 
232 
222 


187 
312 
330 
169 


156 
345 
383 
117 


131 
443 

470 
93 


95 
439 
447 

61 


78 
101 
111 

83 


1,296 
2,308 
2,430 
1,201 


Total 


7,235 


Blanks 


31 


69 


57 


.91 


90 


85 


73 


42 


41 


579 



WARD 24. 





Precincts. 


m 




1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


. 7. 


8. 


9. 


10. 


11. 


12. 


C3 
O 


William J. Gallivan 

Michael H. Corcoran, Jr. . . . 

Thomas F. Leen 

JuHa E. Duff 


136 
129 
116 
151 


112 
108 
108 
119 


113 
179 

184 
103 


103 

158 

166 

95 


105 

200 

219 

80 


133 
147 
167 
124 


95 
233 
263 

93 


144 
230 
250 
114 


154 
191 
238 
110 


133 
208 
226 
105 


142 
181 
207 
117 


139 
193 
191 
113 


1,509 
2,157 
2,335 
1,324 




Total 


7,325 
631 


Blanks 


94 


41 


45 


44 


50 


71 


50 


48 


47 


56 


55 


30 







^/io/l9il 



162 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast for School Committee, City Election, 1911. 

WARD 25. 





Precincts. 


m 


• 


1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


c3 


William J. Gallivan 


115 
148 
155 
115 


65 
235 
259 

56 


75 
278 
296 

52 


107 

78 

57 

136 


157 

206 
203 
175 


132 
316 
316 
153 


153 
241 

248 
179 


804 


Michael H. Corcoran, Jr 

Thomas F. Leen 

Julia E. Duff 


1,502 

1,534 

866 


Total 


4,706 


Blanks 


43 


35 


41 


34 


69 


63 


71 


356 



Total Votes Cast for School Committee, City Election, 1911. 

Totals. 
William J. Gallivan 26,935 

* Michael H. Corcoran, Jr 29,850 

* Thomas F. Leen 32,613 

Julia E. Duff 24,649 

All others .- 18 

Total . ■• 114,065 

Blanks 12,537 

* Elected. 



Election Department. 



163 



Votes Cast on the Question: Shall Licenses be Granted for the 

Sale of Intoxicating Liquors in this City? 

City Election, 1911. 

WARD 1. 





Pkecincts. 


m 




1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 


03 
O 


Yes 

No 


132 
45 

13 


100 

77 

6 


192 
115 

23 


174 
107 

15 


201 

86 

16 


199 
51 

24 


265 
105 

16 


306 
107 

18 


214 
110 

10 


1,783 
803 


Blanks 


141 







WARD 2. 





Precincts. 


m 




I. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


o3 
O 


Yes.. 


155 
43 

9 


110 
30 

9 


154 
62 

9 


146 
35 

17 


117 
44 

19 


140 
74 

14 


219 
100 

16 


189 
59 

21 


1,230 

447 


No 


Blanks 


114 







WARD 3. 





Precincts. 


OQ 




1. 


2. 


3, 


4. 


5. 


6. 


03 
O 


Yes. 


. 174 
94 

15 


178 
84 

16 


226 
98 

19 


245 
80 

13 


240 
90 

20 


168 
63 

22 


1,231 
509 


No 


Blanks 


105 







WARD 4. 





Precincts. 


to 




1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


O 


Yes 


180 

87 

11 


140 
61 

8 


169 
73 

24 


149 
53 

12 


135 
60 

8 


103 

42 

10 


876 


No 


376 


Blanks 


73 







164 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast on the Question: Shall Licenses be Granted for the 

Sale of Intoxicating Liquors in this City? 

City Election, 1911. 

WARD 5. 





Precincts. 


to 




1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


c3 
O 


Yes • ■ ■ • 


182 
64 

7 


283 . 
108 

10 


159 
73 

9 


97 
35 

5 


208 
76 

20 


158 
76 

7 


1,087 


j^o 


432 




58 







WARD 6. 





Precincts. 


cc 




1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


O 


Yes . 


76 
21 

10 


114 
17 

17 


129 
23 

24 


131 
34 

21 


163 
33 

11 


151 
45 

8 


188 
28 

18 


105 
16 

12 


1,057 


No 


217 


Blanks . 


121 







WARD 7. 



Yes. . . 
No 

Blanks 







Precincts. 






1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


62 


91 


148 


124 


130 


113 


9 


26 


61 


49 


56 


43 


3 


11 


9 


6 


9 


9 



668 
244 

47 



WARD 8. 





Precincts. 


CO 




'• 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


e3 

•+3 
O 


Yes 


274 
44 

20 


308 
23 

27 


244 
86 

17 


297 
61 

25 


221 
37 

10 


309 

87 

20 


1,653 


No 


338 


Blanks . 


119 











Election Department. 



165 



Votes Cast on the Question: Shall Licenses be Granted for the 
Sale of Intoxicating Liquors in this City? 
City Election, 1911. 

WARD 9. 





Precincts. 


al 




1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


c3 
O 


Yes .. 

No 

Blanks 


153 
49 

11 


199 
74 

25 


105 
23 

15 


184 
68 

10 


152 

58 

9 


166 
83 

7 


147 
66 

11 


1,106 
421 

88 



WARD 10. 





Precincts. 


03 




1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 


o3 
O 


Yes 


88 
39 

16 


103 
49 

7 


93 
55 

13 


84 
39 

7 


61 
20 

9 


96 
41 

8 


256 
105 

17 


227 
95 

12 


208 
113 

19 


1,216 


No 


556 


Blanks 


108 







WARD 11. 





^ 






Precincts. 








tn 




1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 


03 
O 


Yes 

No 

Blanks. . . 


126 
102 

11 


114 

29 

13 


169 

77 

14 


223 

85 

21 


184 
35 

16 


99 
38 

13 


160 
44 

9 


202 

46 

14 


276 
83 

25 


1,553 
539 

136 





WARD 12. 





Precincts. 


to 




1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


c3 
O 


Yes 


182 
66 

9 


140 

84 

8 


88 
66 

8 


185 
79 

17 


166 

27 

15 


230 
54 

56 


193 
65 

14 


1,184 
441 

127 


No 


Blanks 





166 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast on the Question: Shall Licenses be Granted for the 

Sale of Intoxicating Liquors in this City? 

City Election, 1911. 

WARD 13. 





Precincts. 


m 




I. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


o3 
O 


Yes 


124 
73 

13 


113 

39 

10 


94 
51 

8 


153 

74 

9 


165 

66 

17 


144 

48 

22 


150 

78 

16 


152 
38 

14 


1,095 
467 


No 


Blanks 


109 







WARD 14. 





Precincts. 


03 




1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


o3 
O 


Yes 


215 
99 

22 


192 
104 

12 


172 
66 

14 


204 

88 

13 


225 
101 

17 


162 

79 

16 


195 
102 

23 


236 
121 

22 


1,601 


No 

Blanks 


760 
139 



WARD 15. 





Precincts. 


m 




1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


o3 

e2 


Yes 


101 

28 

3 


197 
64 

9 


188 
71 

15 


137 
62 

13 


202 

87 

12 


185 
69 

8 


215 

98 

12 


197 
86 

9 


1,422 


No 


565 


Blanks 


81 







WARD 16. 





Precincts. 


m 




I. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


03 
O 


Yes 


126 


213 


298 


181 


204 


172 


262 


1,456 


No 


54 


91 


129 


129 


99 


166 


81 


749 


Blanks 


7 


15 


10 


7 


15 


14 


30 


98 



Election Department. 



167 



Votes Cast on the Question : Shall Licenses be Granted for the 
Sale of Intoxicating Liquors in this City? 
City Election, 1911. 

WARD 17. 





Precincts. 


m 




1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 


O 


Yes 


132 
55 

13 


168 
61 

10 


163 

58 

11 


257 
110 

13 


138 
65 

8 


107 
55 

10 


170 
101 

20 


227 
134 

25 


181 
93 

15 


1,543 


No 

Blanks 


732 
125 



WARD 18. 



♦ 


Precincts. 


73 




I. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


o 


Yes 


185 


131 


140 


169 


199 


235 


1,059 


No 


73 


61 


50 


83 


123 


153 


543 


Blanks 


15 


14 


12 


11 


16 


44 


112 



WARD 19. 





Precincts. 


tc 




I. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 


1 

O 


Yes 


244 


124 


229 


223 


149 


242 


316 


322 


234 


2,083 


No 


84 


73 


76 


77 


66 


82 


109 


84 


80 


731 


Blanks 


19 


7 


11 


19 


4 


14 


9 


10 


19 


112 



WARD 20. 





Precinctj!. 


^ 




1. 


1 
2, 3. 


4. 


5. 6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 


10. 


11. 


12. 


13. 


14. 


15. 


o 

H 


Yea 


194 
142 

23 


245 
138 

15 


247 
139 

14 


209 
252 

16 


186 
199 

8 


217 
199 

11 


168 
194 

16 


178 
196 

17 


166 
153 

15 


224 
154 

17 


194 

98 

17 


166 
154 

11 


174 
66 

12 


220 
228 

15 


216 
63 

10 


3,004 
2,375 

217 


No 


Blanks 







168 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast on the Question: Shall Licenses be Granted for the Sale of 

Intoxicating Liquors in this City? 

City Election, 1911. 

WARD 21. 





Precincts. 


5Q 




1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 7. 


8. 


9. 


10. 


11. 


12. 




Yes 


157 


155 


164 


143 


163 


134 


189 


190 


182 


143 


181 


132 


1,933 


No 


107 


56 


72 


108 


95 


110 


87 


86 


70 


55 


68 


56 


970 


Blanks 


17 


8 


12 


19 


15 


9 


9 


14 


14 


7 


11 


3 


138 



WARD 22. 





Precincts. 


m 




1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


c3 
-►J 
O 


Yes 


337 
114 

63 


304 

87 

8 


196 
62 

9 


277 
110 

16 


287 
69 

10 


206 
121 

9 


187 
112 

20 


291 

83 

17 


2,085 


No 


758 


Blanks 


152 







WARD 23. 





Precincts. 


72 




1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 


o 
H 


Yes 


166 
81 

10 


260 
93 

13 


164 

84 

8 


285 
144 

17 


245 

258 

11 


215 
263 

26 


134 
377 

11 


100 
328 

10 


108 
86 

4 


1,677 


No 


1,714 


Blanks 


110 







WARD 24. 





Precincts. 


oi 




<• 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 


10. 


11. 


12. 


a 
o 


Yes 


159 
130 

9 


115 

97 

9 


138 
128 

15 


136 
110 

11 


125 
156 

7 


148 
152 

7 


107 
204 

13 


174 
167 

20 


179 
165 

18 


160 
160 

14 


154 
142 

10 


160 
132 

8 


1,755 


No 


1,743 


Blanks 


141 







Election Department. 



169 



Votes Cast on the Question: Shall Licenses be Granted for the 

Sale of Intoxicating Liquors in this City? 

City Election, 1911. 

WARD 25. 





Precincts. 


«3 




1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


o3 
O 


Yes 


147 


156 


163 


137 


244 


217 


261 


1,325 


No 


104 


101 


123 


53 


99 


191 


112 


783 


Blanks 


14 


19 


16 


12 


13 


16 


15 


105 


* 



















fYes 
















36,682 


Totals] No 
















18,213 


[Blanks 
















2,876 





















Proportion of men registered who voted on the license question, 50 per cent. 



170 



City Document No. 13. 



Number of Men Registered who Voted 

(AS BY PRECINCT OFFICERS' RETURNS OF NAMES CHECKED ON VOTING 

LISTS), 

City Election, 1911. 



Ward. 



1. 

2. 

3. 

4. 

5. 

6. 

7. 

8. 

9. 
10. 
11. 
12 
13. 
14 
15. 
15. 
17. 
18. 
19. 
20. 
21. 
22. 
23. 
24. 
25. 



Precincts. 



2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 7. 


8. 


9. 


10. 



11. 12. 



13. 



14. 



190 


183 


207 


149 


283 


278 


278 


209 


253 


401 


107 


148 


74 


128 


338 


358 


213 


298 


143 


159 


239 


156 


257 


232 


210 


162 


336 


308 


132 


270 


187 


319 


200 


239 


273 


206 


347 


204 


359 


398 


281 


219 


514 


399 


257 


366 


298 


221 


265 


1 276 



330' 
225 
343 
266 
241 
176 
218 
347 
143 
161 
260 
162 
153 
252 
274 
437 
232 
202 
316 
400 
248 
267 
256 
281 
302 



296 
198 
338 
214 
137 
186 
179 
383 
262 
130 
329 
281 
236 
305 
212 
317 
380 
263 
319 
477 
270 
403 
446 
257 
202 



303 
180 
350 
203 
304 
207 
195 
268 
219 
90 
235 
208 
248 
343 
301 
318 
211 
338 
219 
393 
273 
366 
514 
288 
356 



274 
228 
253 
155 
241 
204 
165 
416 
256 
145 
150 
340 
214 
257 
262 
352 
172 
432 
338 
427 
253 
336 
504 
307 
424 



386 
335 



234 



224 
378 
213 
272 
244 
320 
325 
373 
291 



434 
378 
285 
319 
522 
324 
388 



431 
269 



133 



334 
262 



204 
379 
292 



386 



416 
391 
290 
391 
438 
361 



334 



340 
384 



289 



333 
334 
266 



198 
362 



395 
205 



334 



309 
260 



306 



331 
191 



300 



252 



463 



15. 



289 



Totals 



° m a 

<D a o 
Q a oj 



2,727 
1,791 
1,845 
1,325 
1,577 
1,395 
959 
2,110 
1,615 
1,880 
2,228 
1,752 
1,671 
2,500 
2,068 
2,303 
2,400 
1 714 
2,926 
5,596 
3,041 
2,995 
3,501 
3,639 
2,213 



57,771 



C^ 



4,992 
3,267 
2,975 
2,305 
2,423 
2,480 
1,772 
3,547 
3,403 
4,024 
3,872 
3,866 
2,953 
4,463 
3,917 
4,827 
4,393 
3,616 
5,171 
11,593 
6,095 
5,607 
6,180 
7,525 
4,957 



a> o 



110,223 



Average per cent of men registered who voted, 52. 



Election Department. 



171 



Number of Women Registered who Voted for School Committee 

(AS BY PRECINCT OFFICERS' RETURNS OF NAMES CHECKED ON VOTING 

LISTS), 

City Election, 1911. 



Wards. 



Totals. 



Precincts. 



2. 



1 


^1 


2 


1 


3 


3'? 


4 


14 


S 


??. 


6 


0, 


7 


4 


8 




9 


5 


10 


fi 


11 


45 


12.... 

13 


.45 
1 


14 


"?« 


15 


1 


16 


11 


17 




18 


8 


19 


1R 


20 


46 


21 


RQ 


22 


86 


23 


77 


24 


15 


25 


23 



35 

2 

23 

13 

60 

2 

12 

8 

7 

9 

2 

60 

2 

14 

14 

11 

7 

2 

12 

22 

20 

9 

23 

23 

49 



37 

3 

49 

27 

11 

1 

15 

18 

2 

14 

60 

19 

4 

27 

25 

22 

33 

13 

27 

54 

39 

1 

8 

31 

69 



20 

3 

31 

21 

11 

1 

6 

14 

3 

10 

140 

24 

9 

37 

27 

37 

48 

10 

11 

75 

50 

31 

33 

26 

4 



5. 



8. I 9. 



20 

4 

32 

11 

16 

5 

8 

10 

9 

4 

110 

16 

10 

45 

37 

26 

11 

2 

17 

19 

29 

13 

30 

39 

49 



4 

6 

24 

11 

12 

5 

4 

16 

13 

17 

72 

11 

8 

33 

39 

76 

5 

25 

25 

13 

58 

59 

39 

14 

66 



7 
58 
97 
30 

6 
28 
41 
25 

7 



30 
49 
24 
92 

83 
43 
58 



13 



10. 



50 
118 



21 
116 

52 

35 
104 

32 



100 
113 



16 



11. 



12. 13. 14. 



15. 



30 



45 



33 



22 



29 25 

. . .1. . 



(P c o 



170 

29 

191 

97 

133 

22 

49 

66 

46 

268 

757 

205 

43 

243 

204 

208 

131 

60 

167 

629 

473 

276 

406 

339 

318 



5,530 



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426 
122 
481 
286 
285 
87 
136 
108 
113 
401 

1,080 
350 
134 
482 
471 
431 
262 
157 
491 

1,297 
947 
518 
742 
838 
624 



11,269 



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40 
24 
40 
34 
47 
25 
36 
61 
41 
65 
70 
59 
32 
50 
43 
48 
50 
38 
34 
48 
50 
53 
55 
40 
50 



Average per cent of women registered who voted, 49. 



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172 City Document No. 13. 

Inventory of Property Belonging to the Election 

Department. 

102 Voting booths, made of corrugated steel, built in 1897 and 1898: 23 are stored on 
D street. South Boston; 19 on K street, South Boston; 27 on Ritchie street, Roxbury; 
9 on Chelsea street. East Boston; 6 on Fire Department lot at Saratoga street and 
BjTon street. East Boston, and 16 on Lexington street, Charlestown; 1 loaned to 
sanitary di^^sion of Public Works Department; 1 loaned to Fire Department, and 
located at house of Chemical No. 11; 1 on city lot at Vine Street Church. 
47 Wooden voting booths, built in 1898, 1901, 1903 and 1905 as permanent structures 
and located as follows: 16 on D street. South Boston; 12 at K street, South Boston; 
14 at Ritchie street, Roxburj-, and 5 on leased lots in the city. 
34 Wooden booths, known as "knock-down" booths, all located on leased lots throughout 
the city. 
1 Permanent wooden voting booth erected in school yard at Tileston school, Dorchester. 
1 Steel voting booth, "knock-down," permanently located at South street sewer yard, 
Jamaica Plain. 

1 Wooden voting booth permanently located at Reservoir lot, East Boston. 

The above booths when not in use are on lots at present 
time. To each booth belongs railings and voting com- 
partments, tables, chairs, stove and other necessary 
furnishings and voting paraphernalia. The department 
nov^ owns 1,700 chairs, 690 tables, 530 voting compart- 
ments and 1,090 wooden horses for the same, 250 stools 
for ballot boxes, 198 counting boards, 188 stoves, 1,325 
leather oid boxes, 1,670 canvas envelopes, 8.nd the 
required lamps, coal hods, shovels, pokers, coal barrels 
and other minor equipment for the voting booths. 

185 Federal ballot boxes, used at elections. 
25 United States ballot boxes, comparatively new, used for primaries and elections as 

extras. 
25 Standard ballot boxes, formerly used at caucuses, and now used as "extras" at pri- 
maries and elections. 
29 Acme ballot boxes, constantly in need of repairs, 6 of which are regularly used at 
elections and the balance as "extras." 
9 Gravity ballot boxes. 
4 Improved Federal ballot boxes. 
3 Hub ballot boxes. 

2 Dean ballot machines. 

All the above ballot boxes are kept in the basement 
room in the Old Court House. At the storehouse in 
South Boston are 240 old ballot boxes, not answering 
the present requirements of law, but placed at each 
polling place at elections for temporary use in case of 
emergency; also 108 old receiving ballot boxes not now 
of any available use. 

Office furniture in Rooms 1, 2, 7, 8 and 9 Old Court 
House, used as the offices of the department, consisting 
of 9 roll-top desks, 8 swivel chairs for same and 29 smaller 
swivel chairs, 2 library tables and 8 oak arm chairs, 2 
atlas cases, 3 card index cabinets, 1 filing case, 2 roll- 
front document cases, 2 large bookcases, 3 coat racks, 

4 long tables, 3 counters, 1 typewriting table, 1 table 
desk, 1 large iron safe, 7 small tables, 2 office settees, 

5 clocks, metal frame rack in one of large vaults for 
holding caucus and election boxes and books, 2 type- 
writing machines, stationery and required minor fur- 
nishings and fixtures for office purposes. 



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