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A SOUVENIR 



OF 



Massachusetts Legislators 



1910 



VOLUME XIX 

(Issued Annually) 



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A. M, BRIDGMAN 

STOUGHTON, MASS. 



OCT 21 1910 a.vvA, - 

STATE HOUSE, BOSTON. 

PREFACE 



The Legislature of igio passed more bills than any other on rec- 
ord. And that was not its only claim to distinction. It had a genuine 
"investigation." that of the Lyman School; a couple of "near investi- 
gations" — the milk question and the Southbridge Savings bank irregu- 
larities; also it authorized the investigation by special commissions 
of "The High Cost of Living" and of the securities of the N. Y., 
N. H. & H. R. R. Company. The results of these investigations must 
be sought in the daily papers. They served the usual and chief end 
of all investigations — that of a safety-valve and a scapegoat, to use 
a mixed metaphor. The tax payers foot the bills; and if they are sat- 
isfied certainly the investigators ought to be. Taken altogether it 
was a very "strenuous" session. Corporation questions were again 
prominent; the farmers came into "the limelight" more than ever; 
labor issues were tangled up with liquor issues; Columbus got a state 
holiday in his honor, which was refused Lincoln; the widow of the 
Confederate General Pickett was received with applause in the House, 
to which she made a brief address; the Legislative dinner at the 
Quincy House was something not to be forgotten: the mock session 
of the afternoon of prorogation was orderly and decorous to an un- 
known degree, but was marred by the disorder of the subsequent 
evening, the Republicans wcr- alleged to be directed by a prominent 
Democrat; an unus;ua.i iuiinher o ( 'booms" wtrli bunched: the Repub- 
licans had their "insurgents" and f hc Democrats their Riley; the 
House was adjourned out of respec to the funeral of King Edward, 
an act without precedent but most commendable and honored as such 
by the English vbe-corsu 1 iji Hon".-]: .mllio-is vfrerc appropriated for 
East and South iloston 'harbor' improvements; it passed "sane and 
safe" fireworks legislation. In iqio also the number of deaths was 
unprecedented, three senators and three representatives, and one rep- 
resentative on the day ofter prorogation. And yet there is no doubt 
that this Legislature reflected quite accurately the sentiments of its 
constituency, for they were more or less in the transition stage. This 
was clearly shown by the passage of the bill authorizing direct nomi- 
nations in such districts as may so vote. "The People" are evidently 
coming into their own and propose to choose their own servants. 
"Publicity" is to be the safeguard of Liberty, as well as our old friend 
"Eternal Vigilance." The day of political earthquakes may be at 
hand, but reserved seats on the band wagon will doubtless command 
the usual premium, and will be handed around in the usual manner. 

A. M. BRIDGMAN, 

Editor and Publisher. 



Published by 




A. M. BRIDG-MAX, 
1910. 



Portraits from Elmer Chickering, "The Royal Photographer," 21 West 
Street, Boston, Mass. 

Half-tones of Groups from W. J. Dobinson Engraving Company, 267 
Washington Street, Boston, Mass. 

Composition and Presswork by Puritan Linotype, 152 Purchase Street, 

Boston, Mass. 

Under Supervision of The Cushing Press, Stoughton, Mass. 




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HIS EXCELLENCY, EBEN S. DRAPER, GOVERNOR 




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LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR AND HEADS OF DEPARTMENTS 

Hon. W. M. Olin, Secretary of State. Hon. Elmer A. Stevens, Treasurer 

His Honor, Louis A. Frothingham, Lieutenant Governor 
Hon. Henry E. Turner. Auditor Hon. Dana Malone, Attorney Gen. 




THE EXECUTIVE COUNCIL 

Hon. C. O. Brightman Hon. J. Stearns Cushing Hon. YVm F Murray 
Hon. Walter S. Glidden Hon. William H Gove 

w°a ^ Crb f rt «?• Fle * cher H ° n - J ' L °vell Johnson Hon. A. H. Goetting 
W.A.Murphy,Sec.toGov. E.F.Hamlin, Ex-Sec. C.A.Southworth Ex-Sten 



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OFFICERS OF THE SENATE 

Henry D. Coolidge, Clerk Rev. E. A. Horton, Chaplain 

Hon. Allen T. Treadway, President 
William H. Sanger, Asst. Clerk Bernard L. Paine, Asst. Clerk 




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OFFICERS OF THE HOUSE 

Rev. D. W. Waldron, Chap. F. E. Bridgman, Asst. Clerk 

J. W. Kimball, Clerk 

Hon. Joseph Walker, Speaker 

C. T. Smith. Asst. Clerk E. G. Webb, Asst. Clerk 

K. H. Oliver, Asst. Clerk 

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DORIC HALL. 



This hall has seen varied gatherings, but none of greater interest than that 
of April 17, 1861. On that dby, the first volunteer company of the whole country, 
during the late War of the Rebellion, assembled here, chose its officers, received 
overcoats from the government and in an hour and a half from the time of assem- 
bling was on its way to the front. The story, in more detail, is as follows: In 
Cambridge, in i860, had been formed a company of "Wide Awakes" to help elect 
President Lincoln. Hon. J. M. S. Williams, congressman from that district, 
promised them that if they would keep up their organization they could go to 
Washington to see Lincoln inaugurated. But the United States government for- 
bade the assembling of such bodies at the national capital. During the dark days 
of February, 1861, several of the company agreed to volunteer if they were 
needed, and, on the 14th of February, several of them signed an agreement to 
that effect. First on the list was the name of John Kinnear, now first clerk of 
Sergeant-at-Arms. In the first week in March, he, with a few others, visited 
the State House and personally tendered their services to Governor Andrew. He 
advised them that there was no immediate need of their services and that they 
return to Cambridge, whence he would summon them if necessary. Then came 
the news of the breaking out of rebellion. They at once visited the State House, 
finding Governor and Council in session. Governor Andrew told them to return 
to Cambridge and that they would receive orders in an hour. They returned and 
the crder? speedily reached them. Then, again, they hastened to the State 
House, many of their members leaving their work and throwing their tools into 
the street. Reaching the State House, they assembled in Doric Hall, ninety- 
seven of them. In a small adjoining room they chose officers, electing James 
Prentice Richardson, now of Texas, as captain. They first went to the Old 
Colony station, but were soon ordered to the "S. R. Spaulding," where they 
embarked for Fortress Monroe, They were first assigned to the Fifth regiment, 
but were soon transferred to the Third, becoming Company C. This was, with 
out doubt, the first volunteer company of the Rebellion. It is a matter of history 
that this prompt, loyal and general resDonse of this company, in contrast with the 
scattering returns from more pretentious organizations, did much to encourage 
the State authorities and "the great war Governor." 

In ihis hall lay in state the body of Charles Sumner, Sunday, March 15, 1874, 
where it was viewed by a multitude as vast as time would allow. 

In this hall gathered the "Army of the Unemployed," February 20, 1894, 
whence they were removed by detachments of the district and Boston police, but 
without violence. They had just been addressed on the Capitol steps by 
Governor Greenhalge. 

This view is taken from the main entrance and shows the statues of Wash- 
ngton and John A. Andrew in the distance. 




COMMITTEE ON AGRICULTURE 

Hon D. E. Farley Hon. R. M. Keith W. B. Avery D. W. Kendrick 
C. M. Gardner (H. Ch.) W. N. Howard (Clerk) 

Hon. W. B. Mellen (Ch.) 

Samuel H. Boutwell Robert F. Brown 

W. H. Waterhouse W. H. Fairbank 

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COMMITTEE ON BANKS AND BANKING 

Hon. H. C. Mulligan L. F. R. Langelier 

Hon. J. E. White. G. E. Doane 

C. E. Dow (H. Ch.) Hon. G. H. Tinkham (Ch.) B. F. Bates (Clerk) 
Charles W. Atkins John Carr D. J. McCarthy Edward D. Collins 

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COMMITTEE ON CITIES 
Hon. D. E. Denny A. P. Doyle 

Hon. G. H. Newhall Hon. J. P. Lomasney 

D. T. Montague (H. Ch.) Hon. L. Burnham (Ch.) A. E. Bliss (Clerk) 
F. O. Emerson P. S. Davis George L. Dow Paul I. Lombard 
J. P. Holmgren Wm. J. Graham Timothy J. Meade Wm. R. Burke 




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COMMITTEE ON CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS 

Hon J. E. Tolman tt , E - R- Hathaway 

Hon. G. H. Tinkham S. M. Holman 
R A Wood (H. Ch.) Hon. D. D. Mahoney (Ch.) T. F. Coogan (CI.) 
Martin L. Quinn Harry R. Holt James L. Kimball Francis L. Daly 

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COMMITTEE ON COUNTIES 
Hon. J. H. Pickford Hon. J. F. Malley A. A. Upton I. J. Carleton 
C. J. Fogg (H. Ch.) O. C.Hammarstrom (Clerk) 

Hon. Geo. Bunting (Ch.) 
R. C. Allen Joseph D. Cowing David C. Ahearn Wm. P. Hickey 

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COMMITTEE ON DRAINAGE 

Hon. L. Burnham Hon. J. F. Meaney C. S. Beal W. F. Fletcher 

R. B. Campbell (H. Ch.) Hon. A. L. Nason (Ch.) S. V. Crane (CI.) 
Fred Moore C. T. Killpartrick W. J. Lamoureux W. J. Murray 



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COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION 
Hon. M. S. Nash Hon. G. H. Tinkham A. A. Upton L. S. Perry 
W. M. Armstrong (H. Ch.) J. J. Barry (CI.) 

Hon. W. R. Evans, Jr. (Ch.) 
Lynde Sullivan J. B. Brown W. A. Bellamy J. H. Mellen 

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COMMITTEE ON ELECTION LAWS 
Hon. W. R. Evans, Jr. Hon. R. M. Keith N. A. Tufts A S. Davis 
T E. Rousmanicre (H. Ch.) A. P. Chase (CI.) 

Hon. H. C. Mulligan (Ch.) 
M F. Keenan A. A. Messinger James A. Hatton Thomas Davies 

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COMMITTEE ON ELECTIONS 

C. A. Warren (Ch.) A. T. Saunders C. C. Mellen D. T. Montague (CI.) 

Timothy F. Callahan David Mancovitz David B. Shaw 



COMMITTEE ON PAY ROLL 

J R Tetler (Ch.) Erson B. Barlow D. J. McCarthy 

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SEPARATE STANDING COMMITTEES 

Bills in Third Reading: — Senators Tolman, Crosby, Lomasney. 
Engrossed Bills: — Senators Rankin, Burnham, O'Connor. 
Bills in Third Reading:— Representatives Cox, A. S. Davis, Ahearn. 
Engrossed Bills: — Representatives Tufts, Hobbs, Hatton. 

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COMMITTEE ON FEDERAL RELATIONS 

Hon W R Evans Jr Hon. B. M. Rockwood J. R. Tetler G. F. Bean 
C H Brown (H Ch.1 Hon. D. E. Farley (Ch.) Wm Robinson (CI. 
John Ca?? Harry R. Cnmming M. F. O'Brien Alfred Arsenault 



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COMMITTEE ON FISHERIES AND GAME 

Hon. J. L. Rankin Hon. J. P. Lomasney W. H. Peirce Benj. Sharp 
H. A. Ellis (H. Ch.) Hon. R. M. Keith (Ch.) H. J. Greene (CI.) 
W. K. Perry Asa L. Pattee William H. Gifford Daniel F. Cronin 

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COMMITTEE ON HARBORS AND PUBLIC LANDS 
Hon. G. H. Newhall W. S. Moore 

Hon. J. L. Rankin Hon. P. H. O'Connor 
L. F. R. Langelier (H. Ch.) Hon. C. B. Bray (Ch.) C. E. Elwell (CI.) 
Martin L. Quinn George Swann Fred W. Ford Geo. A. Ricker 
Sam'l F. Coffin A. W. Cushman J. L. Donovan Alfred Scigliano 

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COMMITTEE ON INSURANCE 

Hon J Turner Hon. J. L. Harvey Hon. D. E. Denny D. T. Montague 
C. T. Holt (H. Ch.) Hon. M. S. Nash (Ch.) H. G. Wells (CI.) 

H. E. Holbrook George E. Doane T. M. Vinson E. D. Stone 
J. F. Cavanagh D. L. Sullivan M. A. Henebery F. M. Ducey 



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COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY 

Hon. Wm. Turtle Hon. R. S. Teeling 

Hon. W. R. Evans, Jr Hon. H. C. Mulligan 

J. H. Knight ( H. Ch.) A. T. Saunders 

Hon. T. Spalding (Ch.) R. X. Turner (CI.) 

Israel Brayton Clarence A. Warren C. C. Mellen Leonard G. Roberts 

Lyman E. Hurd Richard W. Hale Thos. P. Riley John B. Cummings 

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COMMITTEE ON LABOR 
Hon. W. B. Mellen Hon. P. H. O'Connor H.A.Hall Charles Lewin 
F. O. Hardy (H. Ch.) Hon. Sam. Ross (Ch.) J. A. Parks (CI.) 

Thos. M. Vinson Geo. H. Ellis W. Fred Munroe T. F.McCullough 



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COMMITTEE ON LEGAL AFFAIRS 

Hon. J. E. Tolman Hon. J. F. Meaney Channing H. Cox A. F. Priest 
H. H. Ham (H. Ch.) Hon. J. L. Harvey (Ch.) C. W. Hobbs, Jr. (CI.) 
Martin Hays John H. Cogswell John J. Hayes David Mancovitz 

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COMMITTEE ON LIBRARIES 

Hon. C. B. Bray Hon. J. J. Butler G. D. Cushing R. M. Washburn 

Benj. Sharp (H. Ch.) Hon. J. E. White (Ch.) R. W. Hale (CI.) 

Israel Brayton Charles C. Mellen F. J. Brennan E. T. J. Xoonan 




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COMMITTEE ON LIQUOR LAW 

Hon. J. L. Rankin Hon. R. S. Teeling W.M.Armstrong C. E. Ebsen 
A. T. Saunders ( H. Ch. ) Hon. J. H. Pickford (Ch.) A. P. Doyle (CI.) 
Asa L. Pattee Ernest A. Witt D. A. O'Neil F. D. O'Donnell 



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COMMITTEE ON MERCANTILE AFFAIRS 

Hon. W. P. Parker J. S. Cormack 

Hon. J. E. Tolman Hon. D. D. Mahoney 

E. A. Bayley (H. Ch.) Hon. B. M. Rockwood (Ch.) C. E. Ebsen (CI.) 
H. A. Penniman A. P. Langtry Arthur M. Stone Harry L. Pierce 

F. Sturgis, Jr. C. F. .McCarthy Robb deP. Tytus James H. Kelly 



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COMMITTEE ON METROPOLITAN AFFAIRS 

Hon. W. P. Parker Hon. J. L. Harvey Hon. J. J. Butler S. B. Keene 
G. D. C.ushing (H. Ch.) Hon. J. H. Crosby (Ch.) C. L. Carr (CI.) 

Chas. H. Brown J. E. Rousmaniere W. R. Thomas. Henry E. Bothfeld 
C. V. Nickerson T. F. Callahan David B. Shaw Thomas Ryan 

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COMMITTEE ON MILITARY AFFAIRS 
Hon. J. H. Hibbard Hon J. F. Malley J. Oliver Charles T. Holt 
W. S. Moore (H.Ch.) Hon. D. E. Denny (Ch.) Ernest A. Witt (CI.) 
A. Preston Chase Chas. X. Edgell John E. Kearns Joseph J. Goode 

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COMMITTEE ON PRISONS 

Hon R M. Keith O. C. Hammarstrom 

Hon. Samuel Ross R. H. Sargent 

W L Waugh (H. Ch.) John J. Hughes (CI.) 

Hon. C. V. Blanchard (Ch.) 
Louis Lelaiul Albert Batley George E. Marchand James H. Mellen 

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COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC CHARITABLE INSTITUTIONS 

Hon. M. S. Xasli Hon. I. 11. Pickford George Swarm D. P. Keefe 
S. M. Holman (H. Ch.) Hon. Jos. Turner (Ch.) O. F. Kinney (CI.) 
James M. Noyes Zebedee E Cliff Portns B Hancock R. K. McKirdy 



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COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC HEALTH 

Hon. Sam. Ross Hon. J. H. Doyle H. A. Hall Frank H. Smith 
Jas. Oliver (H.Ch.) Hon. W. P. Parker (Ch.) S. F. Arnold (CI.) 
C. A. Montgomery Frank H. Lanman Thos. S. Cuff M. J. Brophy 



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COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC LIGHTING 
Hon C. V. Blanchard J- W. Holden 

Hon. C. B. Bray Hon. T. F. Meaney 

C. L. Underbill (H. Ch.) Hon. E. C. Hnltman (Ch.) B. Fred Bates (CI.) 
J. Henry Leonard Clifford H. Dickson S.V.Crane Geo. A. Brigham 
George A. Ricker Martin F. Conley Sam'l F. Coffin L. Breckenridge 




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COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC SERVICE 

Hon Jos. Turner Hon. J. J. Butler E. B. Barlow E. R. Hathaway 
S. B. Keene (H. Ch.) Hon. G. H. Newhall (Ch.) Fred W. Ford (CI.) 
Geo. B. Robinson Geo. A. Reed F. L. Colpoys Joseph J. Reed 



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COMMITTEE ON RAILROADS 

Hon. L. H. Greenwood F. O. Hardy 

Hon. C. V. Blanchard Hon. D. D. Mahoney 
R. M. Washbnrn (H. Ch.) Hon. Wm. Turtle (Ch.) John W. Haigis(Cl.) 
Edwin A. Bayley George F. Bean R. D. Crane Fred P. Chapman 
Wm. G. Moseley C. J. Carmody Michael J. Scully T. L. Sorenson 




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COMMITTEE ON ROADS AND BRIDGES 

Hon D E Farley Hon. A. L. Nason G. H. Stevens H J. Conant 
r°E Wilfetts H.Ch.) Hon. J. H Hibbard (Ch.) R. deP Tytus (CI.) 
H. H. Atherton Alfred J. Burckel A. W . Cushman L. J. Dugan 




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COMMITTEE ON RULES 
Hon. A. T. Treadway (Ch.) Hon. Wm. Turtle 

Hon. T. Spalding- Hon. E. C. Hultman 
Hon. R. S. Teeling G. D. Gushing 

Hon. J. Walker ( H. Ch.) C. L. Underbill 

R. M. Washburn J. E. Rousmaniere J. W. Haigis (CI.) C. A. Warren 
Jas. W. Bean Edgar G. Holt Frank H. Pope Cornelius J. Carmody 



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COMMITTEE ON STREET RAILWAYS 

Hon R M. Keith Hon. J. H. Hibbard Hon. J. H. Dovle Julius Meyers 
R. Wolcott (H.Ch.) Hon. F. P. Bennett. Jr. (Ch.) J. D. Clark (CI.) 
Wm. Robinson Geo. H. Ellis Leonard F, Hardy Edw. D. Cushman 
W. Fred Munroe Joseph A. Parks Frank Curtiss James F. Powers 

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COMMITTEE ON TAXATION 

Hon. E. C. Hultman Hon. G. Bunting Hon. J. H. Doyle C. J. Fogg 
S. H. Miklram (H. Ch.) F. X. Quigley (CI.) 

Hon. L. H. Greenwood (Ch.) 
Russell A. Wood James H. L. Coon S. A. Segee J. F. Cavanagh 
Arthur D. Story L. N. M. DesChenes Chas. E. Dean Chas. H. Morrill 

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COMMITTEE ON TOWNS 
Hon. W. B. Mellen Hon. J. F. Meaney Joel L. Powers W. E. Payson 
A. S. Adams (H.Ch.) Hon. Geo. Buntinsr (Ch.) Win. Halliday (CI.) 
Savillion W. Longley Ellery L. Gofif John F. Dwyer M. F. McGrath 

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COMMITTEE ON WATER SUPPLY 
?°£' ?/ MRockwood Hon. C. V. Blanchard Julius Guild R.C.Allen 
A.F. Nordbeck(H. Ch.) Hon. A. L. Nason (Ch.) Maurice Kane (CI ) 
J. H. Curtiss Frank E. Holt W. A. Hester Edward F. Harrington 

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COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS 
Hon. L. H. Greenwood Hon. J. E. White 

Hon. E. C. Hultman Hon. F. P. Bennett, Jr. 

N. H. White (H. Ch.) J. W. Bean 

Hon. J. H. Crosby (Ch.) C. Crocker (CI.) 

Edgar G. Holt Leon M. Conwell Henry Bond Wilton B. Fay 
Thomas W. White Frank H. Pope Wm. H. O'Brien John J. Conway 

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MASSACHUSETTS MEMBERS OF CONGRESS 
[on. G. P. Lawrence Hon. F. H. Gillett Hon. C .G. Washburn 



Hon. C. Q. Tirrell 

I Ion. Butler Ames 
Hon. Henry Cabot Lodge 
Hon. S. W. McCall 

1 Ion. J. A. Keliher 



Hon. E. W. Roberts 
1 1 cm. A. I'. Gardner 

Hon. W. Murray Crane 

Hon. A. J. Peters 
Hon. J. F. O'Connell 



Hon. John W. Weeks Hon. William S. Greene lion. Eugene N. Foss 

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Special Committee on Milk Investigation 

Hon. W. B. Mellen Hon. G. H. Tinkham Hon. J. F. Meaney 

C. A. Warren Charles M. Gardner W. B. Avery James W. Bean 

Special Committee on Lyman School Investigation 
Harry H. Ham Henry Bond Z. E. Cliff C. J. Carmody D. C. Ahearn 

Special Committee Investigating Southbridge Savings Bank 

Hon. J. E. White Hon. L. H. Greenwood C. E. Dow R. M. Washburn 

Clarence A. Warren James F. Cavanagh Wilfrid J. Lamoureux 

Additional Employees 

Robert J. Taylor Edmund J. Gill 

Elevator to Governor's Chamber House Elevator Man East Front 

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SERGEANT-AT-ARMS AND APPOINTEES 

C. W. Philhrick (a) G. M. Fillebrown (a) Frank W. Cole (b) 

A. M. Mossman. 1st CI. James Beatty, CI. 

T. F. Pedrick, Sergeant-at-Arms 

B. H. McKinlcy (c) Ellen M. Burrill, Stenog. and Cash. 

Fred H. Kimball, Ch. Eng. 
(a) Messenger (In Doc. CI. (el Asst. Doc. CI. 

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SENATE DOOR-KEEPERS AND OTHER OFFICERS 

Francis A. Ireland (a) Edward C. Cook (a) Joseph W. Abbott (a) 
Charles H. Johnson (2) Luke K. Davis (i) Benj. H. Jellison (a) 
Lawrence G. Mitchell (a) - Frank A. Dow (a) 

Enoch Pratt (a) Willard S. Cooke (a) 

George J. Abbott (c) George H. Norton (c) 

Chas. E. Thatcher (c) Fred Jennery (c) 

(i) Doorkeeper (2) Asst. Doorkeeper (a) Messenger (c) Page 

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HOUSE DOORKEEPERS AND OTHER OFFICERS 

H. W. Morgan* T. Coyne (a) J. B. Fisher (a) E. C. Gould (a) 

M. C. London (a) S. Holmes (a) C. J. Tarbell ( la T. P. Frost (a) 

J. P. Clare (a) J. O. Bush (a) F. S. Finney (a) N. D. Curry (a) 

Sidney Gardner, Doorkeeper Francis Steele, Asst. Doorkeeper 

Jacob B. Henry (a) Richard B. Brown (a) David Fuller (a) 

L. B. Libbey (c) II. O'Leary (c) M. P. Jackson (c) X. H. Curry (c) 

F. W. Brown (c) E. J. Donovan (c) A. T. Davis (c) T. H. Turtle (c) 

Postmaster (a) Messenger (c) Page 

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MEMORIAL HALL 
"Return oi the Flags," by Edward Simmons, in the upper center. 
Statue of Maj. Gen. William Francis Bartlett, by Daniel Chester 
French, in the lower left corner. In niches enclosed with glass are 
Battle Flags of Regiments sthat served in the Civil War. Other 
niches contain bronze and marble statues of Governors in office dur- 
ing building of the present State House. 




MEMORIAL HALL 

"Battle of Concord Bridge," by Edward Simmons, on the left. 
Pilgrims on the "Mayflower," by Henry O. Walker, on the right. 
Huge monoliths of Siena marble surround the Hall, and the Gallery 
is of the same material, the whole making the most costly hall of its 
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THE OLD SOUTH MEETING-HOUSE 

Built in 1730, on the lot of Gov. John Winthrop, corner of Milk 
and Washington streets, and dedicated in April of the same year. On 
November 27. 1773. here was held the meeting at which it was re- 
solved that the English tea should not be landed; and on December 16 
here was held the meeting, with 7,000 people attending, before the 
pouring of the tea into Boston harbor by the Sons of Liberty, dis- 
guised as Mohawk Indians. Here Warren spoke in March. 1775, three 
months before he was killed at the battle of Bunker Hill. In the siege 
of Boston it was used as a riding-school by the British. Its external 
appearance has not been changed for 150 years. No religious services 
have been held here since 1872. Now occupied by a loan collection of 
Revolutionary and other relics, the admission fees going to the pres- 
ervation fund. 

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FANEUIL HALL, DOCK SQUARE 
Buill in [763; dedicated March 14. and completed the same month. 
on the site of an earlier one built in 1742 and burned on Jan. [3, 1761. 
Enlarged in [805 to its present proportions. Rebuilt largely in 1899. 
The upper hall is the armory of the Ancient and Honorable Artillery 
Company. Called "The Cradle of Liberty." 

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DANIEL WEBSTER 

As one of the foremist "Legislators" of Massachusetts (for he 
was once a member of the Massachusetts House), it is eminently 
proper to place here, close beside the "Old State House." this rare 
but peculiarly interesting picture of Daniel Webster beneath his favor- 
ite tree at his New Hampshire home. 




THE OLD STATE HOUSE 
Built in 1748, on site of burned town hall, at the head of State 
Street, Boston. In the foreground occurred the Boston Massacre oi 

March 5, 1770. Been used as State House. City Hall, and Post Office. 
British troops quartered here, 1768, and General Gage held council of 
war here before battle of Bunker Hill. Declaration of Independence 
read from balcony in view; from other end Washington reviewed pro 
cession in 1780. Here State Constitution planned and ratified. Wil- 
liam Lloyd Garrison took refuge here from mob, October, [835, it 
being then used for City I [all. 



BIOGRAPHICAL 



BRIEF SKETCHES OF THE LIVES OF THE MEN WHO, 

IN STATE GOVERNMENT, HELPED TO SHAPE 

LEGISLATION IN 1910. 



THE GOVERNOR. 

HIS EXCELLENCY EBEN S. DRAPER, Republican of Hopedale, 
Mass., was born there June 17, 1858; educated in its public schools, 
Allen's private school of West Newton, and Massachusetts Institute of 
Technology, supplemented by three years in Hopedale machine shops and 
Lowell cotton mills. Later was admitted to firm of George Draper & 
Sons, selling agents of various Hopedale cotton manufacturers, becoming 
connected with the selling department. In 1896 became selling agent of 
the Draper Company, a consolidation of the above-mentioned firms, which 
is now the largest of its kind in the United States. Member of town, sen- 
atorial, congressional and state committees. Chairman Republican state 
committee, 1892. Chairman Massachusetts delegation to Republican na- 
tional convention, 1896. Had charge of canvass of convention, which fin- 
ally adopted "gold standard" resolution. Chairman Massachusetts dele- 
gation to Nashville Exposition, 1897. Republican elector for eleventh 
district of Massachusetts, Nov., 1900. President of Massachusetts Vol- 
unteer Aid Association during the Spanish-American war. President 
Republican club of Massachusetts, 1903-4. Member Massachusetts Insti- 
tute of Technology corporation, of board of managers Milford Hospital 
(a gift of himself and wife to Milford) ; one of trustees of Peter Bent 
Brigham Hospital, director of Draper Company, Milford National Bank 
and various cotton mills, shoe companies and other similar industrial and 
business enterprises. Director American Unitarian association, one of the 
governors of the Exchange club ; member of Society of Colonial Wars, 
Republican club of Massachusetts, Somerset, Middlesex, Massachusetts, 
Norfolk, Union, New Algonquin, Exchange and Country clubs, Boston; 
Hope club, Providence; and Metropolitan club of New York. Three years 
in state militia. On committees on pardons, finance, charitable institu- 
tions, prisons, military and naval affairs, railroads, state house and nomi- 
nations, in Council of 1906, chairman of each ; pardons, charitable insti- 
tutions and prisons; finance, account and warrants in 1907-8, chairman 
of both ; acting-governor several months in 1908, owing to illness of Gov. 
Guild ; governor in 1909. 

Vote of state: Eben S. Draper, Rep., 190,186; J. A. Nichols, Pro., 
5,423; M. E. Ruther, Soc. Lab., 2,999; James H. Vahey, Dem., 182,252; 
D. A. White, Soc, 10,137. 

HIS HONOR THE LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR. 

HON. LOUIS A. FROTHINGHAM, Republican, Boston, born in 
Jamaica Plain, July 13, 1871 ; public schools, Andover Academy, Harvard 
College, class of 1893, its Law School, class of 1896. In 1897 private sec- 
retary of Congressman W. C. Lovering and assistant attorney of Metro- 
politan park commission. Commissioned, May, 1898, 2d lieutenant United 
States marine service; commanded the guard on U. S. "Yankee;" mus- 
tered out in Jan., 1899. Lawyer. Member of House of Representatives, 
1901, clerk of committee on taxation, and on special committee on re- 
vision of Public Statutes; House chairman taxation, on banks and bank- 



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ing, 1902; House chairman street railways, on rules, 1903; chosen speaker 
by unanimous votes in 1904-5 ; also served as chairman of House conv 
mittee on rules same years. Resigned to accept Republican nomination 
for mayor of Boston; Lieutenant Governor in 1909; on committees of 
Council of 1909 on pardons, charitable institutions (chairman) ; finance, 
accounts and warrants (chairman) ; the same in 1910. 

Vote of state: E. N. Foss, Dem., 180,659; Louis A. Frothingham, 
Rep., 188,417; G. G. Hall, Soc, 10,362; E. R. Knipe, Pro., 4.088; L. Yates, 
Soc. Lab., 2,924. 

SECRETARY OF THE COMMONWEALTH. 

HON. WILLIAM M. OLIN, Boston, Republican, serving 19th term, 
born in Warrenton, Ga., Sept. 18, 1845; Massachusetts public schools. 
Served through War of Rebellion in 36th Regiment. For 14 years re- 
porter, editor, Washington correspondent Boston Advertiser. Private 
Secretary to Gov. Talbot, Gov. Long, Collector Worthington, Senator 
Dawes, Collector Beard from 1879 until elected to present position. Lieut. 
Col. and Asst. Adjt. Gen. 1st brigade, M. V. M., Adjt. Gen. and Insp. 
Gen. national encampment, G. A. R. ; 32d degree Mason; president Rox- 
bury Military Historical society; director Vicksburg National Military 
Park Association. 

Vote of state: D. T. Clark, Dem., 142.742; H. D'Orsay, Soc, 11,307; 
H. C. Hess, Soc. Lab., 3,960; W. G. Merrill, Pro., 6,665; William M. 
Olin, Rep., 202,205. 

TREASURER AND RECEIVER GENERAL. 

HON. ELMER A. STEVENS, Republican, Somerville, born in An- 
son, Me., Jan. 15, 1862; public schools. Provision dealer. Common coun- 
cil, 1895. House, '96, '94-'5, committees on cities, public service (chairman) 
elections, monitor; Senate, 1906-7-8, public service (chairman), metro- 
politan affairs, prisons (chairman), ways and means (chairman), redis- 
tricting (special), revision taxation laws (special), constitutional amend- 
ments, parishes and religious societies, fisheries and game; cities, public 
charitable institutions, ways and means (chairman), 1909; chosen treas- 
urer by Legislature, April 7, to fill vacancy. 

Vote of state: J. H. Bryan, Dem., 143,975; J- B. Carr, Soc, 11,469; 
D. Craig, Soc. Lab., 3,698; D. Parlin, Pro., 5,763; Elmer A. Stevens, Rep., 
199,549. 

AUDITOR OF ACCOUNTS. 

HON. HENRY E. TURNER, Republican, Maiden, born in Boston, 
May 4, 1842, Maiden public schools, Pierce Academy, Middleboro, Nor- 
wich, Conn., private school. Wholesale dry goods, importer; president 
and treasurer of various corporations. Mason, S. A. R., A. O. U. W., 
Middlesex, Home Market, Republican clubs; House 1889-90-91, 1800, com- 
mittees on drainage, railroads, manufactures, public health. Auditor in 
1901 -2-3-4-5-6-7-8-9- 10. 

Vote of state: A. Boyer, Jr., Dem., 138,781; C. A. Chase, Pro., 5,663; 
S. J. McBride, Soc, 11,572; J. P. McNally, Soc. Lab., 4,229; Henry E. 
Turner, Rep., 197,687. 

THE ATTORNEY GENERAL. 

HON. DANA MALONE, Republican, Greenfield, born in Arcade, 
N Y., Oct. 8, 1857 ; public schools. Harvard Law School. Admitted to 
Franklin county bar 1881 ; elected district attorney Northwestern district 
1 901 ; re-elected 1904. Trial justice for Franklin county, 1890 to 1896; 
past master Republican lodge Masons at Greenfield, past eminent com- 



MASSACHUSETTS LEGISLATURE, 1910 115 

mander Connecticut Valley commandery Knights Templar. In House 
of 1893, clerk of judiciary; in 1894, chairman of judiciary, on rules; Senate 
1895-96, chairman probate and insolvency, chairman judiciary and labor; 
mercantile affairs; rules, street railways. Director First National Bank, 
Greenfield; trustee and board of investment Franklin Savings Institution 
of Greenfield ; president E. F. Reece Manufacturing Co., Attorney Gen- 
eral in 1906-7-8-9- 10. 

Vote of state: H. M. Dean, Pro., 9,152; J. A. Fredrikson, Soc. Lab., 
4,830; Dana Malone, Rep., 196,105; H. N. Shepard, Dem., 139,275; J. W. 
Sherman, Soc, 12,394. 



EXECUTIVE COUNCIL 

District No. 1. 

HON. CHARLES O. BRIGHTMAN, Republican, New Bedford, 
born there March 28, 1853; public schools. Contractor and builder. Star 
in the East lodge of Masons, Sutton commandery Knights Templar, 
Aleppo Temple Mystic Shrine; 32d degree. Has been member of common 
council, board of public works, trustee New Bedford Textile School 
since its founding. On committees on harbors and public lands, railroads, 
military and naval affairs, State House in Council of 1908 ; finance, accounts 
and warrants; harbors and public lands and railroads; State House, 1909; 
pardons, public charitable institutions and prisons; harbors and public 
lands and railroads ; State House, 1910. 

Vote of district: Charles O. Brightman, Rep., 25,250; J. McCarty, 
Soc, 2,453 ; T. F. O'Brien, Dem., 12,094. 

District No. 2. 

HON. JOSIAH STEARNS CUSHING, Republican, of Norwood, 
was born in Bedford May 3, 1854; educated in public schools. Entered 
University Press, Cambridge, as apprentice in May, 1868. After 10 years 
there and in other leading offices, began business for himself as "a mathe- 
matical text-book compositor," also undertaking work in Greek, Hebrew 
and modern languages. Designed many styles of type now standard, and 
became the leader in such composition. In 1894, with others, founded the 
Norwood Press, one of the largest book-making concerns in the world. 
President of Boston Typothetae for nine years, and delegate to all con- 
ventions but first of United Typothetae of America; chosen its vice- 
president May 19, 1910. Chairman trustees Norwood public library; 
chairman supervisors school of printing, North End Union since its be- 
ginning; Commodore Winthrop Yacht Club 1891-2-3 ; commander Ancient 
and Honorable Artillery Company 1902-3 ; captain and quartermaster corps 
of Coast Artillery 1900-7; president Norwood Board of Trade three years. 
Member Joseph Warren lodge, Boston Commandery Knights Templar; 
Boston Athletic Association, Aldine club of New York ; past president of 
Boston club (the oldest dining club in America and birthplace of the 
Republican party). The J. S. Cushing Co. makes plates for three-quarters 
of school and college text-books used in United States, besides many for 
foreign countries. On committees on finance, accounts and warrants ; mili- 
tary and naval affairs in Council of 1910. 

Vote of district : J. Stearns Cushing, Rep., 30,628 ; C. W. Guy, Dem., 
18,284; H. H. Lord, Soc, 1,639. 

District No. 3. 
HON. WILLIAM F. MURRAY, Democrat, Boston (Charlestown), 
born in (East) Boston Sept. 7, 1881 ; Boston Latin School 1900; Harvard 



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College 1904; Harvard Law School 1906. Enlisted in 1898 in Co. 10 U. S. 
Signal Corps, mustered out as corporal Dec. 10, 1898 ; newspaper work ; 
now member of law firm of Brown, Field & Murray; Bunker Hill council 
of Royal Arcanum, Heptasophs, Knights of Columbus; House of 1907-8, 
on committees on elections, public lighting, judiciary; on pardons, chari- 
table institutions and prisons ; harbor and public lands and railroads ; mili- 
tary and naval affairs, nominations, Council 1910. 

Vote of district: A. P. Hickey, Soc, 1,509; W. W. Jones, Rep., 10,507; 
William F. Murray, Dem., 30,879. 

District No. 4. 

HON. WALTER S. GLIDDEN, Republican, Somerville, born in 
Pittston, Me., April 30, 1856; public schools, Dirigo Business College. 
Manager N. E. Hollis & Co. ; director New England Dressed Meat & 
Wool Co. ; partner Sands, Furber & Co., wholesale fruit and produce 
dealers; L. A. Johnston & Co., wholesale and retail beef dealers; J. H. 
Whiton & Co., teamsters ; president of Contractors' Mutual Liability In- 
surance Co. ; on executive committee of Beacon Trust Company and Som- 
erville Trust Co. ; vice-president, trustee, and on investment board Charles- 
town Five Cent Savings Bank; director Mutual Protection Fire Insurance 
Co. ; director aad chairman Winter Hill Co-operative Bank ; member Bos- 
ton Fruit and Produce Exchange and Boston Chamber of Commerce ; 
president Winchester Home for Aged Women and Hunt Asylum for Des- 
titute Children, Charlestown ; trustee and on finance committee Somerville 
Hospital, and trustee Somerville Home for the Aged. Member Faith and 
Soley lodges Masons, Charlestown Royal Arch Chapter, Coeur de Lion 
commandery Knights Templar; 33d degree; Olive Branch lodge Odd Fel- 
lows ; Central Club of Somerville. On committees on finance, accounts 
and warrants ; military and naval affairs ; and State House in Council 
1908-9 ; finance, accounts and warrants ; military and naval affairs ; State 
House (chairman) in 1910. 

J'otc of district: C. E. Butterworth, Soc, 1,554; C. B. Foster, Dem., 
14,319; Walter S. Glidden, Rep., 27,107. 

District No. 5. 

HON. WILLIAM H. GOVE, Republican, of Salem, was born in 
South Berwick, Me., Sept. 4, 185 1 ; educated in its public schools, Oak 
Grove Seminary of Vassalborough, Me., Lynn High School, class of 1869, 
Harvard College 1876, Harvard Law School, class of 1877. Admitted to 
Essex bar in Sept., 1877; practiced law in Salem 1877-1900, but since lat- 
ter date has given most of his time to management of the Lydia E. Pink- 
ham Medicine Company, of which he is president. Member of Bay State 
lodge of Odd Fellows of Lynn and of Naumkeag encampment of Salem; 
Essex lodge of Masons, Washington chapter, Salem council, Winslow 
Lewis commandery of Knights Templar, and 32d degree of Boston, 
Lynn school committee in 1878-81 ; Salem aldermen 1894-5-6, president in 
'95-96; House of Representatives in 1903-4, on committee on judiciary; on 
committees on finance, accounts and warrants ; harbors and public lands 
and railroads ; military and naval affairs, in Council of 1910. 

Vote of district: William H. Gove, Rep., 25, 628; H. Hobbs, Dem., 
14,589; J. Spofford, Soc, 2,774. 

District No. 6. 
HON HERBERT E. FLETCHER, Republican, of Westford, was 
born there May 10, 1862; educated in public schools and Westford Acad- 
emy. Dealer in granite, and general contractor. Republican town com- 
mittee, chairman; trustee Middlesex North Agricultural Society; vice- 



MASSACHUSETTS LEGISLATURE, 1910 117 

president Westford Academy ; past master Ancient York lodge of Masons 
of Lowell, Mt. Horeb royal arch chapter, Ahasuerus council, Pilgrim com- 
mandery ; J. W. Mt. Calvary chapter, Rose Croix Massachusetts consis- 
tory ; 32d degree ; House of Representatives 1900, committee on street 
railways; Senate of 1901-2-3, chairman street railways, on drainage, mer- 
cantile affairs, taxation ; and special committees on street railways and 
revision of corporation laws ; on public charitable institutions and prisons ; 
harbors and public land and railroads ; State House, in Council of 1910. 

Vote of district: H. G. Burke, Soc, 1,569; C. H. Callahan, Dem., 191- 
037; Herbert E. Fletcher, Rep., 29,602. 

District No. 7. 

HON. J. LOVELL JOHNSON, Republican, of Fitchburg, was born 
in Worcester June 26, 1876; educated in Worcester grammar and Fitch- 
burg high schools and Worcester Polytechnic Institute. Member of firm 
of Iver Johnson's Arms and Cycle Works at Fitchburg; vice-president of 
Iver Johnson Sporting Goods Company of Fitchburg, Worcester and Bos- 
ton, and secretary of Hunt Leather Goods Company of Westboro. Mem- 
ber of Charles W. Moore lodge of Masons (past master), Thomas Royal 
Arch Chapter and Jerusalem commandery of Knights Templar, all of 
Fitchburg; Hiram council of Royal and Select Masters of Worcester; 32d 
degree Scottish Rite Masons, and member of Aleppo Temple of Mystic 
Shrine, all of Boston; trustee Fitchburg lodge of Elks; member of Boston 
Athletic Association, Boston City club, Republican club of Massachusetts, 
Republican City Committee, Fitchburg Board of Trade and Merchants' 
Association; Manufacturers', Park, Alpine and Sportsmen's clubs of 
Fitchburg; Worcester County Republican Club, Worcester County Me- 
chanics' Association; Tatassit and Up-town clubs of Worcester; Country 
Club of Leominster; Watatic Club of Ashburnham; Bungalow Club of 
Whalom ; director Merchants National Bank of Worcester, vice-president 
Fitchburg National Bank, trustee Fitchburg Savings Bank and on Board of 
Investment, director Fitchburg Co-operative Bank and on Finance com- 
mit' ee ; alderman in 1001-2-3. president last two years. On committees on 
banks and banking, cities and public lighting (chairman) in Senate of 
1907 ; on banks and banking, constitutional amendments, federal relations 
(chairman), and rules in Senate of 1908. On committees on military 
and naval affairs; and State House in Council of 1909; on finance, ac- 
counts and warrants ; harbors and public lands ; and State House 1910. 

Vote of district: J. Lovell Johnson, Rep., 27,413; H. C. Whitcomb, 
Soc, 1,548; S. Wolfe, Dem., 16,240. 

District No. 8. 

HON. AUGUST H. GOETTING, Republican, Springfield, born in 
New York, Jan. 2, 1856; public and private schools. Wholesale music 
business. Chairman Republican state committee in 1897-98-99-1900-01-02, 
on staff of Gov. Brackett in 1890, Gov. Greenhalge in 1894-95, Gov. Wolcott 
in 1896. Committees on harbors and public lands and railroads; military 
and naval affairs ; State House in Council of 1909 ; pardons, oublic chari- 
table institutions and prisons; military and naval affairs, chairman; State 
House 1910. 

Vote of district: F. C. Bryant, Soc, 2,515; J. B. Ely, Dem., 16,589; 
T. A. Frissell, Pro., 1,121 ; August Goetting, Rep., 23,531. 



WILLIAM A. MURPHY, secretary to the Governor, of Boston, was 
born there Sept. 19, 1872 ; educated in its public schools, Boston College 
A. B. 1892, Georgetown University A. M. 1893 ; 14 years State House rep- 



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resentative of the Boston Globe; secretary of joint special committee on 
revision of railroad and railway laws 1906; secretary Jamestown Commis- 
sion 1907. 

EDWARD F. HAMLIN, executive secretary, Republican, Newton, 
born in Plainfield, Mass., in 1844, removed to Northampton in 1857; 
Sept., 1862, enlisted as private in Co. I, 52d regiment, Mass. Vol., promoted 
to first sergeant, Department of Gulf, mustered out at expiration of ser- 
vice, August 14, 1863. In 1867 was elected first lieutenant and captain 
Co. H, 2d regiment M. V. M., appointed to clerkship in adjutant general's 
office by Gov. Washburn in 1874; in 1877 appointed clerk of Governor 
and Council by Gov. Rice ; held that position to March 1, 1898, when title 
of office was changed to "Executive Secretary," which office he has held 
ever since. Masons, G. A. R., Rep. Club of Massachusetts. . 

CHARLES A. SOUTHWORTH, executive stenographer, born in 
Lynn; its Classical High School, Lynn Business College. Shorthand and 
other teaching ; also reporting. Royal Arcanum. Appointed executive, 
stenographer Feb. 1, 1905 ; re-appointed annually. 



MASSACHUSETTS IN CONGRESS 

SENATORS. 

HENRY CABOT LODGE, Nahant, Republican, born in Boston, May 
12, 1850; private schools, Harvard College, '71. Profession, Literature. 
Massachusetts House, two terms ; 5oth-53d Congresses, inclusive ; Senate 
since March 4, '93. Chairman, Republican National Convention. '00; 
chairman committee on resolutions. '04, Rep. Nat. Convention, on Alaska 
Boundary commission; regent Smithsonian Institute. 

W. MURRAY CRANE, Republican, Dalton, born there April 23, 
1853 ; public schools, Williston Seminary. Paper manufacturer ; delegate- 
at-large to several National Republican Conventions. Lieut. Gov. of Mas- 
sachusetts '97-8-9; Gov. '00-1-2; elected Senator January, '05, to fill unex- 
pired term of Senator Hoar; elected January, '07, for full term. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

GEORGE P. LAWRENCE, 1st district, Republican, North Adams, 
born there May 19, 1859; Drury Academy, Amherst College, '80; Columbia 
Law School. Lawyer, Judge district court, '85. Knights Templar; trus- 
tee Drury Academy, public library. Massachusetts Senate, '95-6-7, presi- 
dent '96-7. 55th and subsequent Congresses. 

FREDERIC HUNTINGTON GILLETT, 2d district, Republican, 
Springfield, born in Westfield, Oct. 16, 1851 ; public schools, Amherst Col- 
lege, '74, Harvard Law School. Lawyer. Assistant Attorney General, 
three years. Massachusetts House, '91-2; committee on judiciary; Con- 
gress since '92. 

CHARLES GRENFILL WASHBURN, 3d district, Republican, 
Worcester, born there January 28, '57; Worcester Polytechnic, '75; Har- 
vard University, '80; admitted to Suffolk bar, '87. An executive officer of 
Washburn & Moen Mfg. Co., Worcester, several years; connected with 
other manufacturing enterprises there; Massachusetts House, '97-8; Sen- 
ate, '99-00. In '02 on special committee to revise corporation laws. Dele- 
gate to Republican National convention, '04; Massachusetts member of 
delegation to notify Roosevelt of his nomination. Chosen to 59th Con- 
gress to fill vacancy by death of Rockwood Hoar; 60th Congress. 



MASSACHUSETTS LEGISLATURE, 1910 119 

CHARLES QUINCY TIRRELL, 4th district, Republican, Natick, 
born in Sharon Dec. 10, '44; Dartmouth College, '66. Lawyer in Boston; 
Massachusetts House. '72; Senate '81-2; presidential elector. '88. Past 
grand master grand lodge of Massachusetts Odd Fellows; 57th and sub- 
sequent Congresses. 

BUTLER AMES, 5th district, Republican, Lowell, born there August, 
1871 ; educated in public schools; U. S. Military Academy, '94; M. I. T. 
'96. Lieut. Col. 6th regiment in war with Spain. Manufacturer. Massa- 
chusetts House. '97-9; 57th, 58th, 59th and subsequent Congresses. 

A. P. GARDNER, 6th district, Republican, Hamilton, born in Boston, 
Nov. 5, 1865; St. Paul's School, Harvard College, '86. Capt. and assistant 
adjutant general on staff of Gen. James H. Wilson in Spanish war. A 
trustee and public official. John T. Heard lodge of Masons. Massachu- 
setts Senate, '00-1 ; elected to 57th Congress to fill unexpired term of 
Hon. William H. Moody, and to all Congresses since. 

ERNEST W. ROBERTS, 7th district, Republican, Chelsea, born East 
Madison, Me., Nov. 22, '58; Highland Military Academy, B. U. Law 
School, '81. Lawyer. Knights Templar, Red Men, Elks, Massachusetts 
House, '94-5-6; Senate, '97-8; 56th Congress, and since 56th and subse- 
quent Congresses. 

SAMUEL WALKER McCALL, 8th district, Republican, Winchester, 
born Bedford county, Pa., Feb. 28, 185 1 ; Dartmouth College; studied law 
in Boston, Mass. House, '88-90, '88-90-92. 53d and subsequent Congresses. 

JOHN A. KELLIHER, 9th district, Democrat, Born there Nov. 6, 
1866; public schools, including High. Real estate. Massachusetts House, 
'96-7; Senate, '99-00; 58th-6oth Congresses. 

JOSEPH F. O'CONNELL, 10th district, Democrat, Boston, born' 
there (Dorchester), Dec. 7, '72; St. Mary's parochial school, Boston Col- 
lege, '93 ; Harvard University, '96. Lawver ; 60th Congress. 

ANDREW J. PETERS, nth district, Republican, Boston, born (For- 
est Hills) April 3. '72; Harvard College, '95; its law school, '98. Lawyer. 
Massachusetts House, '02; Senate, '04-5. 60th Congress. 

JOHN W. WEEKS, 12th district, Republican, Newton; born in 
Lancaster, N. H., April n, '60; public schools, U. S. Naval Academy, '81. 
Banker and broker. Enlisted April 28, '98; at once commissioned lieut, 
and was in command of second division of auxiliary navy ; mustered out 
Oct. 27, '98; Burnett Camp, Spanish War Veterans; alderman, mayor. 
59th, 60th and subsequent Congresses. 

WILLIAM S. GREENE, 13th district, Republican, Fall River; born 
in Tremont, 111., April 28, '41 ; Fall River schools. Common council, mayor 
several years; delegate National Republican Convention. '80; postmaster; 
general superintendent Massachusetts prisons, '88-93 ; elected to 55th 
Congress to fill unexpired term of Congressman Simpkins, and to all since. 

EUGENE NOBLE FOSS, Democrat, of Boston, was born in West 
Berkshire, Vt., Sept. 24, 1858; two years in University of Vermont. Trav- 
eling salesman 1879-1882; when B. F. Sturtevant Companv was organized, 
1890, was made its treasurer and general manager; now its president and 
general manager. Largely interested in business, financial, and street rail- 
way enterprises. In 1902 Republican candidate for Congress in nth dis- 
trict; elected from 14th district, to succeed Congressman Lovering, as a 
Democrat, spring of 1910. 



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THE SENATE 

THE PRESIDENT. 

HON. ALLEN TOWNER TREADWAY, Republican, of Stock- 
bridge, president, represents the Berkshire-Hampshire-Hampden district, 
including these towns and city: Alford, Beckct, Egremont, Great Barring- 
ton, Lee, Lenox, Monterey, Mt. Washington, New Marlborough, Otis, 
Richmond, Sandisficld, Sheffield, Stockbridge, Tyringham, Washington, 
West Stockbridge, Berkshire County; Chesterfield, Cummington, East- 
hampton, Goshen. Hatfield. Huntington. Middletield. Northampton, Plain- 
field, Southampton. Westhampton, Williamsburg, Worthington, Hamp- 
shire county; Agazvan, Blandfqrd, Chester, East Longmeadoiv, Granville, 
Longmeadoiv, Montgomery, Russell, Southzvick, Tolland, Hampden county. 
He was born in Stockbridge, Sept. 16, 1867; public schools, Amherst 
College, class of 1886. Hotel proprietor. Past master of Occidental lodge 
of Masons; Berkshire commandery Knights Templar, Scottish Rite bod- 
ies, Massachusetts Consistory 32d degree. P. D. D. G. M. 15th district, 
and J. G. W. Grand Lodge 1909. MahKeenac council Royal Arcanum. 
Director Berkshire Loan & Trust Company, Pittsfield. House, 1904, com- 
mittee on ways and means. Chairman Republican town committee several 
years, moderator town meetings, ex-president Stockbridge lighting com- 
pany, trustee Lee Savings Bank. Committees on agriculture, bills in 3d 
reading, labor, taxation (chairman), Senate 1909; president, chairman 
of rules, 1909: same 1910. 

Vote of district: Allen T. Treadway, Rep., 7,813; all others, three. 

BERKSHIRE COUNTY. 

Berkshire District. Adams, Cheshire, Clarksburg, Dalton, Florida, 
Hancock, Hinsdale, Lanesborough, New Ashford, North Adams, Peru, 
Pittsfield. Savoy. Williamstown, JVindsor.—UON. WILLIAM TURTLE. 
Republican, Pittsfield, born in Cheshire, June 20, 1855 ; public schools, 
Harvard Law School 1878. Studied law with Pingree & Barker, Pitts- 
field ; admitted to bar 1879. Rabida council K. of C, its first grand knight, 
three terms ; Royal Arcanum ; Elks. Committee on judiciary, House, 
1899; chairman railroads, rules, 1900; same positions, and special re- 
vision Public Statutes, 1901 ; rules, House chairman street railways, spe- 
cial revision taxation laws, 1906; chairman judiciary, rules, 1907; judiciary, 
railroads, taxation (chairman) Senate, 1909; judiciary, railroads (chair- 
man), rules, 1910. "^i 

Vote of district: J. H. Smith, Pro., 1,371: William Turtle, Rep., 
7.164. 

BRISTOL COUNTY. 

First District. — Attleborough, Berkley, Dighton, Easton, Mansfield, 
North Attleborough, Norton, Raynham, Rehoboth, Seekonk, Taunton.— 
HON. JOHN L. RANKIN, Republican, Taunton, born there Dec. 6, 1850; 
public schools, commercial College. Moulder, brittania worker; chavge of 
county buildings in Taunton ; chairman ward committee 1896-7-8-9 ; presi- 
dent Veteran Firemen's Association; Odd Fellows. House of Representa- 
tives 1902-3 ; committees on harbors and public lands, State House, en- 
grossed bills (chairman) ; fisheries and game, harbors and public lands, 
liquor law, Senate 1910. 

Vote of district: W. J. Kenney, Dem., 2,477; John L. Rankin, Rep., 
3,874; F. W. Wright, Soc, 332. 



MASSACHUSETTS LEGISLATURE, 1910 121 

Second District. — Fall River, Somerset, Swansea. — HON. JOSEPH 
TURNER, Republican, Fall River, born in Bury, Lancashire, England, 
March 23, 1852 ; public schools. From 8 to 15 in cotton mill. Removed to 
Fall River, 1868. Seven years as farm hand and milk dealer; 25 years 
grocery and provision business ; retired 1901. Past master and treasurer 
Mount Hope lodge Masons, Fall River Royal Arch chapter, Godfrey de 
Bouillon commandery Knights Templar ; past grand and chairman trus- 
tees Unity lodge Odd Fellows ; Mount Vernon lodge Knights of Pythias : 
president Masonic building association, past president Fall River Bowling 
Green Club. Common council 1898-9-0- 1 ; alderman 1903-4-5-6-7. Com- 
mittee on cities, House, 1907 ; public charitable institutions, public health 
(chairman), taxation, Senate, 1908; fisheries and game, harbors and pub- 
lic lands, public charitable institutions (chairman), 1909; insurance, public 
charitable institutions (chairman), public service, 1910. 

Vote of district: William Moran, Dem., 5,266; Joseph Turner.. Rep., 
6,133- 

Third District. — Acushnet, Dartmouth, Fairhaven, Freetown, New 
Bedford. Westport.-H.ON. SAMUEL ROSS, Republican, New Bedford, 
born in Cheshire, Eng., Feb. 2, 1865 ; public schools. Cotton mule spinner. 
Secretary National and New Bedford Spinners' associations; Red Men; 
N. E. O. P. National commission on uniform legislation. House, 1892-9, 
1902-8., committees on labor (chairman), State House, libraries; consti- 
tutional amendments, revision Sunday laws; labor (chairman), libraries, 
printing, public health, Senate, 1909; labor (chairman), prisons, public 
health, 1910. 

Vote of district: Samuel Ross, Rep., 6,888; all others, 37. 

ESSEX COUNTY. 

First District.. Wards 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7 Lynn, Nahant, Swampscott. — 
HON. GEORGE H. NEWHALL, Republican". Lynn, was born there Oct. 
24,1850; educated in its public schools and Wesleyan Academy of Wilbra- 
ham, class of 1870; past president of Lynn City Street Railway. Member of 
Golden Fleece lodge of Masons, East Lynn lodge of Odd Fellows, Lynn 
encampment, Peter Woodland lodge Knights of Pythias, Winnepuck tribe 
of Red Men, Lynn council Royal Arcanum, Mystic lodge United Workmen, 
Golden Eagle, Mt. Zion lodge Essenic Order, Sons of the Revolution. Com- 
mon council 1886-7 (president '87) ; aldermen 1889-90, 1894-5 ; House of 
Representatives in 1894-5, 1906-7-8; committees on cities, insurance, con- 
stitutional amendments, public service (chairman), recess committee on 
insurance 1907; cities, harbors and public lands, public service (chairman), 
1910. 

Vote of district: W. R. Henry, Soc, 494; J. H. Moulton, Dem., 2,185; 
George H. Newhall, Rep., 5,932. 

^econtd District. — Beverly, Danvers, Marblchcad, Salem. — HON 
CLIFFORD B. BRAY, Republican, born in Turner, Me.,. Jan. 5, 
1857; Turner and Lynn (Mass.) public schools. Shoe manufacturer. 
Member Liberty lodge Masons, Amity chapter, St. George commandery 
Knights Templar, 33d degree ; alderman 1897. Committees on libraries 
(chairman), mercantile affairs , printing (chairman), State House, Sen- 
ate, 1909; harbors and public lands (chairman), libraries, public lighting 
1910. 

l T otc of district: Clifford B. Bray, Rep., 5,966: F. M. Coakley, Dem., 
3.048. 

Third District. — Essex, Gloucester, Hamilton, Ispwich, Manchester, 
Newbury, Newbury port, Rockport, Rozvley, Salisbury, TopsHeld, Wenham, 



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West Newbury.— HON. JAMES E. TOLMAN, Republican, Gloucester, 
born there Nov. 8, 1867 ; public schools ; B. U. Law School. K. P., R. M., 
Masons. Common council 1899-0-1 (president '99, '01). Mayor 1903-4. 
Alternate delegate Republican National Convention, Chicago, 1904. Law- 
yer ; Massachusetts Bar Association. House 1909, committee on public 
lighting (clerk) ; bills in third reading (chairman3), constitutional 
amendments, legal affairs, mercantile affairs, Senate 1910. 

Vote of District: F. C. Richardson, Dem., 3,017; James E. Tolman, 
Rep., 5,167. 

Fourth District. — Amesbury, B oxford, Georgetown, Groveland, Ha- 
verhill, Merrimac, Middleton, Peabody.— -HON. ARTHUR L. NASON, 
Republican, Haverhill, born there Oct. 24, 1872; public schools. Shoe 
salesman. Odd Fellows; Central, Lincoln, Civic clubs; Republican city 
committee, 1902-6. House 1906-7-8, committees on parishes and religious 
societies (clerk), roads and bridges (clerk) ; roads and bridges (chair- 
man), 1909; drainage (chairman), roads and bridges, water supply (chair- 
man) Senate 1910. 

role of district: C. S. Grieves, Soc, 812; Arthur L. Nason, Rep., 
5,693; D. F. Roche, Dem., 2,401. 

Fifth District. Afnidover, Lawrence, Methucn, North Andover. — ■ 
HON. GEORGE BUNTING, Methuen, Republican, born in Lawrence, 
Aug. 31, 1868; public schools. Clerk. Board of selectmen, assessors 
and overseers of poor and board of health, 1904-5-6; registrar of voters, 
1902-3. Member John Hancock lodge of Masons, Elks, English Social 
Club, Wool Sorters' Union and Wool Sorters' Benefit Association, all of 
.Lawrence; and Methuen Cricket Club. Committee on taxation House 
1907; same and pay roll, 1008; drainage (chairman), engrossed bills, tax- 
ation, towns, Senate, 1909; counties, taxation, towns (chairman), 1910. 

Vote of district: George Bunting, Rep., 5,319; D. E. Halley, Dem., 
4,687. 

HAMPDEN COUNTY. 

First District.— Springfield.— HON JOHN FRANK MALLEY, 
Democrat, of Springfield, was born there Jan. 29, 1878; educated in its 
public schools, including High ; Yale Law School, class of 1902. Lawyer, 
Ex-chairman of Democratic city committee. Past exalted ruler Spring- 
field lodge of Elks; member of Maj. John J. Leonard court M. C. O. F. 
Chosen to fill the vacancy caused by death of Hon. Thomas S. Walsh. 
Committees on counties, miitary affairs, prisons, Senate 1910. 

Vote of district: regular election — A. E. Fenton. Soc, 556; John F. 
Malley, Dem., 3.414; Thomas S. Walsh, Rep., 4,164; special election — 
T. F. Dwight, Rep., 1,778; John F. Malley, Dem., 2,893. 

Second District. — Chicopee, Holyoke, West Springfield, Wcstficld. — 
HON. DANIEL D. MAHONEY, Democrat, Holyoke, born in England, 
March 27, 1865: Holyoke public schools. Lumber business until last 16 
years; brewing business. Alderman 1902-3-4; city marshal, 1904. Forest- 
ers; Eagles; Division 11, A. O. H.; Red Men. Committees on engrossed 
bills, agriculture, labor, and revision of Sunday laws, Senate, 1906; labor, 
prisons, railroads, wavs and means (and special on same). 1007 ; labor, 
public health, railroads, 1908; labor, mercantile affairs, railroads, 1909; 
constitutional amendments (chairman), mercantile affairs, railroads, 1910. 

Vote of district: J. Hall, Jr., Soc, 1,675; Daniel D. Mahoney, Dem., 
Rep., 7,792. 

MIDDLESEX COUNTY. 

First District. — Ashland, Framingham, Holliston, Hopkinton, Natick, 
Newton, Sherbom, Watertown, Weston.— HON. HENRY C. MULLIGAN, 



MASSACHUSETTS LEGISLATURE, 1910 123 

Republican, Natick, born there March 6, 1854; its public schools, Har- 
vard College, class of 1879 ; in Harvard Law School 1879-81 ; admitted to 
bar 1883. Lawyer. Trial justice last 17 years; school board 24 years, 
chairman 16 years ; president Five Cents Savings Bank since 1905 ; mem- 
ber Meridian lodge Masons, Natick commandery Knights Templar; char- 
ter member Henry Wilson camp Sons of Veterans ; member Loyal Legion. 
Selectman, 1889; member library trustees 21 years; president last six; 
ex-president Commercial Club. Committees on constitutional amendments 
(chairman), engrossed bills (chairman), legal affairs, printing, Senate, 
1909; banks and banking, election laws (chairman), judiciary, 1910. 

Vote of district: J. S. Cannon, Dem., 5,071; C. C. Connors, Soc, 289; 
Henry C. Mulligan, Rep., 7,004. 

Second District. — Wards 5, 6. 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 Cambridge. — HON. 
THORNDIKE SPALDING, Republican, Cambridge; born in Boston, 
Nov. 1, 1871 ; public and private schools ; Harvard College 1895, A. B. ; 
Harvard Law School 1897, LL.B. Lawyer. Masons, 32d degree; Scottish 
Rite. Ex-Secretary Republican state committee. Common Council 1899-0- 
1-2 (president '02) ; secretary Middlesex Republican club, chairman execu- 
tive committee Massachusetts Republican club, city committee (chairman 
1897-8), ex-president Cambridge Republican club; Citizens' Trade Associa- 
tion. Committees on bills in 3d reading, judiciary and legal affairs (chair- 
man), Senate, 1908; cities, election laws, insurance, judiciary (chairman). 
1909; election laws, insurance, judiciary (chairman), rules 1910. Died 
May 4. 

Vote of district: J. P. Brennan, Dem., 2,933; F. W. Hancock, Soc, 
163: A. M. Richards, Ind. L., 119; Thorndike Spalding, Rep., 4, 319. 

Third District. — Wards 5, 6, 7, 8. 9 Cambridge, Somerville. — HON. 
CHARLES V. BLANCHARD, Republican, Somerville, born in Cam- 
bridge Feb. 2, 1866; public schools, Bryant & Stratton's Commercial Col- 
lege. Book-keeping and financial management. Masons, Odd Fellows, 
Royal Arcanum, Knights and Ladies of Honor, West Somerville board of 
trade, Knights of Pythias, Cambridge city committee in 1887-93, vice-presi- 
dent of Somerville city committee in 1007, president in igoi-6. Commit- 
tees on printing and public lighting in House of 1906; recess committee to 
revise taxation laws; rules (clerk), public lighting (clerk), taxation (spe- 
cial), 1907; rules (clerk), public lighting, taxation, 1908; public charitable 
institutions (chairman), taxat'on. 1900: prisons (chairman), public 
ing, railroads, water supply. Senate, 1910. 

Vote of district. — Charles V. Blanchard, Rep., 5,962; O. D. Field, 
Soc, 262; G. A. Glidden, Dem., 2,263. 

Fourth District.— Everett, Maiden, Melrose.— HON. WILMOT R. 
EVANS, Jr., Republican, Everett, born there March 18, 1878; its public 
schools, Harvard College, class of 1900; Boston University Law School, 
1903. Lawyer. School committee 1003-9, chairman 1904-5 ; board of man- 
agement Whidden Memorial Hospital 1906-8 jtrustee public library 1900-5 ; 
Palestine 1od°:e Masons; trustee of Boston Five Cent Savings Bank; direc- 
tor Winthrop National Bank. House, 1905-6, committees on judiciary, 
probate and chancery (chairman), federal relations, recess committee to 
revise taxation laws in 1906 ; bills in 3d reading, constitutional amend- 
ments, education (chairman), judiciary. Senate, 1909; education (chair- 
man), federal relations, judiciary, 1910. 

Vote of district: Wilmot R. Evans, Jr., Rep., 6,982; R. E. Hersom, 
Dem., 2,650. 

Fifth District. — Belmont. Concord, Hudson. Lexington. J inr^ln. 
Marlborough, Maynard, Stow, Sudbury, IValtham, JVayland. — HON. JOHN 



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L. HARVEY, Republican, Waltham, born in North Fairfield. O.. 
Dec. 5, 1857; public district schools, with preparatory and college course 
at Ohio Wesleyan University, Deleware, O., class of 1883 ; Boston Uni- 
versity Law School, 1888. Lawyer. Water commissioner Waltham 1891- 
2-3; city solicitor 1896-7-8-9-0-1-2-3 ; mayor 1904-5-6-7; president Leland 
Home Corporation for Aged Women; member Waltham Savings Bank, 
treasurer Asbury Temple Association (inc.). Member Waltham Republi- 
can, Republican clubs of Massachusetts, Middlesex, Boston City clubs. ' 
Author of several bills, and of the resolutions in furtherance of Inter- 
national Peace and Arbitration. His leading work was in behalf of the 
charter bill for the city of Boston and the bills for contributory retire- 
ment systems for employees. Committee on legal affairs (chairman), 
liquor law, metropolitan affairs, parishes and religious societies, Senate, 
1909; insurance, legal affairs (chairman), metropolitan affairs, 1910. 

Vote of district: J. J. Burns, Dem., 509; John L. Harvey, Rep., 6,580. 

Sixth District. — Arlington, Mcdford, Stoneham, Wakefield, Win- 
chester, Wobum.— HON. J. HOWELL CROSBY, Republican, Arlington, 
born in Belmont, Dec. 30, 1867 ; public schools. Market gardener. Chair- 
man Republican town committee 1895-6; school committee, 1896. House, 
1899-0-1-2, committees on banks and banking, taxation, ways and means 
(clerk), public service, congressional redistricting (1902) ; agriculture, 
metropolitan affairs (chairman), ways and means, Senate, 1909; bills in 3d 
reading, metropolitan affairs (chairman), ways and means (chairman), 
1910. 

Vote of district: J. J. Butler, Dem., 3,514; J. Howell Crosby, Rep., 
5,952. 

Seventh District. — Acton, Aycr, Bedford, Billcrica, Boxborough, Bur- 
lington, Carlisle, Littleton, Wards 5, 9 Lowell, Ward 6 Lynn, Lynnfield, 
North Reading, Reading, Saugus, Tewksbury, Westford, Wilmington. — 
HON. FRANK P. BENNETT, Jr., Republican, of Saugus, was born in 
Palermo, Me., Dec. 30, 1878; educated in Everett public schools, Harvard 
College, class of 1900. Journalist. Connected in an editorial capacity with 
the United States Investor and American Wool and Cotton Reporter. 
School committee 1903-10, chairman 1908-10. Member of Cliftondale lodge 
of Odd Fellows. Member of House of Representatives 1904-5-6, on com- 
mittees on agriculture (clerk), labor, public service (clerk), ways and 
means; counties, street railways (chairman), ways and means, Senate, 
1910. 

Vote of district: Frank P. Bennett, Jr., Rep., 5,053: J- Kingsley, 
Dem., 3,303; W. S. Trefry, Soc, 416. 

Eighth District. — Ashby, Chelmsford, Dracut, Dunstable, Groton, 
Wards 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8 Loivcll, Pepperell, Shirley, Townscnd. Tyngsbor- 
ough— HON. JOSEPH H. HIBBARD, Republican, Lowell, born in 
Shoreham, Vt. April 5, i860; its public schools, graduated at Ticonderoga 
Academy. N. Y., 1878. Violinist, musical director, manager. Centralville 
lodge Odd Fellows, Lowell lodge Elks, Passaconaway tribe Red Men, El- 
gin lodge N. E. O. P., Lowell nest of Owls, Past chief ranger Court Garm, 
past deputy court Samuel de Champlain Foresters of America ; member 
Lowell Musicians' Association. Manufacturer of potato chips. House 
1905-6, committees on prisons and mercantile affairs ; insurance, prisons, 
roads and bridges (chairman), Senate, 1908; military affairs, roads and 
bridges (chairman), water supply, 1909; military affairs, roads and bridges 
(chairman), street railways. 1910. 

Vote of district: H. J. Draper, Dem., 4,696; Joseph H. Hibbard, Rep,, 
'-639 ; J. S. McCann, Soc, 268. 



MASSACHUSETTS LEGISLATURE, 1910 125 

NORFOLK COUNTY. 

First District. — Braintree, Canton, Holbrook, Hyde Park, Milton, 
Quincy, Randolph. Weymouth.— HON. EUGENE C. HULTMAN, Re- 
publican, Quincy born in Boston July 13, 1875; public schools 01 t>oston 
and Quincy, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1896. Consulting en- 
gineer and auditor. Rural lodge Masons, South Shore commander) 
Knights Templar. Massachusetts Consistory, Aleppo Tempie Mystic 
Shrine, Elks ; Granite City, Appalachian, New England street railway, 
Technology clubs; Boston Society of Civil Engineers. Director Quincy 
Co-operative Bank; president Vale Mills, Nashua, N. H. Government 
geological survey, 1896-7, headwaters of Hudson; assistant chief engineer 
of Barbour-Stockwell company, Cambridge ; special auditor Fitchburg 
road 1900-5, on transfer to Boston & Maine ; chairman ward committee, 
executive committee city committee; city council one year. Clerk com- 
mittee on election laws House, 1906; water supply (chairman), 1907; 
public lighting, water supply (chairman), 1908; harbors and public lands, 
public lighting (chairman), taxation, Senate, 1909; public lighting (chair- 
man), rules, taxation, ways and means, 1910. 

/ etc of district: J. E. Foley, Dem., 4,060: A. Hess, Soc, 562; Eugene 
C. Hi'i.tman, Rep., 6,852. 

Second District. — Avon, Bellingham, Brookhne, Dedham, Dover, 
Foxborough, Franklin, MedHeld, Medzvay, Millis, Needham, Norfolk, 
Norwood, Plainville, Sharon, Stoughton, Walpole, Wcllcsley, Westwood, 
Wrentham.—HON. BRADLEY M. ROCKWOOD, Republican, Franklin, 
born there May 24, 1862 ; public schools and Bryant & Stratton's Com- 
mercial College. Treasurer Ray Fabric Mills and Norfolk Woolen Com- 
pany. Excelsior lodge Masons, Miller chapter, DeMolay commandery 
K. T., Boston; Massachusetts Consistory, S. P. R. S. 32d degree. Direc- 
tor Franklin National Bank; trustee Benjamin Franklin Savings Bank; 
executive committee Norfolk club; member Home Market club; select- 
man 1889-4-5 ; president of Business Association. Committee public 
health, House, 1906; same, water supply, 1907; bills in 3d reading, election 
laws (chairman), public lighting, water supply, Senate, 1909; federal rela- 
tions, mercantile affairs (chairman), water supply, 1910. 

Vote of district: J. M. Lynch, Dem., 3,416; Bradley M. Rockwood, 
Rep., 7,192. 

PLYMOUTH COUNTY. 

First District. — Abington, Carver, Duxbury, East Bridgewatcr, Hali 
fax, Hanover, Hanson, Hingham, Hull, Kingston, Marshficld, Norwell, 
Pembroke, Plymouth, Plympton, Rockland, Scitnate, Whitman, Plymouth 
county ; Coha'sset, Norfolk county.— HON. MELVIN S. NASH, Republi- 
can, Hanover, born in Abington, August 3, 1857; its public schools, pri- 
vate instructors, Dartmouth College, Harvard summer schools. Teacher 
1877 to 1891, when licensed to preach. April 12, 1892, ordained over West 
Norwell Universalist church, remaining nearly nine years, resigning to take 
charge of Universalist churches in Weymouth and North Weymouth in 
1899, until Dec. 1, 1909. Since 1891 in business relations with Hon. Jede- 
diah Dwelley, North Hanover. General agent of Universalist Publishing 
House, Boston, since Oct. 15, 1909. Past grand North River lodge Odd 
Fellows ; Phoenix lodge Masons, Pilgrim royal arch chapter. Prelate Old 
Colony commandery Knights Templar. Past president Old Colony Asso- 
ciation Universalist churches and superintendent Universalist churches in 
Plymouth, Norfolk and Bristol counties for three years; House of Repre- 
sentatives, 1894; committee on public health; elections (clerk), and liquor 
law in House, 1907; liquor law, towns (chairman), 1908; education, pub- 



126 A SOUVENIR OF 

lie charitable institutions, towns (chairman), Senate, 1909; education, in- 
surance (chairman), public charitable institutions, 1910. 

Vote of district: O. L. Griswold, Pro., 226; J. M. Hayes, Dem., 1,827; 
Melvin S. Nash, Rep., 4,659; E. A. Wright, Soc, 504. 

Second District. — Bridgewater, Brockton, Lakeville, Marion, Mat- 
tapoisett, Middleborough, Rochester, Wareham, West Bridgewater. HON. 
ROLAND M. KEITH, Republican, Bridgewater, born there March 16, 
1847; public schools, North Middleboro Academy, Pratt Free School. 
Carpenter and builder. Member of Fellowship lodge of Masons ; Com- 
mercial club; Republican town committee last 26 years, chairman 1902-6. 
On committees on labor and parishes and religious societies, House, 1907; 
fisheries and game (clerk), and prisons, 1908; fisheries and game (chair- 
man), prisons, street railways, Senate, 1909; agriculture, fisheries and 
game (chairman), prisons, street railways, 1910; (appointed chairman of 
street railways on death of Chairman Abbott, but declined). 

Vote of district : G.J. Alcott, Soc, 807; E.G. Brown, Dem., 3,763 ; Ro- 
land M. Keith, Rep., 4,809. 

SUFFOLK COUNTY. 

First District. — Ward 1 Boston, Chelsea, Revere, Winthrop. — HON. 
LEWIS BURNHAM, Republican, East Boston, born in Essex, April 23, 
1844 ; its public schools. Real estate and coal business. Enlisted Co. E, 
48th regiment, Sept. 8, 1862. G. A. R. ; Masons ; director Columbia Trust 
Company ; president Suffolk Coal Company ; trustee Sumner Savings Bank. 
House 1892-3, committees on prisons, election laws, cities, education, par- 
ishes and religious societies (chairman), State House (chairman), Senate. 
1909; cities (chairman), drainage, engrossed bills, 1910. 

- Vote of district: Lewis Burnham, Rep., 5,500; G. F. Murphy, Dem., 
3,727; H. R. Rose, Soc, 409. 

Second District. — Wards 2, 3, 4, 5 Boston, and Wards 1, 2, 3 Cam- 
bridge.— FiON. RICHARD S. TEELING, Democrat, Boston, born in 
Charlestown, Dec. 26, 1878; Boston Latin school, Boston College, Boston 
University Law School. Knights of Columbus, Elks, Foresters, Catholic 
Alumni Sodality. On committee on probate and chancery House. 1006, 
and special (recess) on insurance laws; rules, insurance, taxation, recess 
commission 1907; judiciary, liquor law, rules, Senate, 1909; same, 1910. 

Vote of district: J. A. Caggiano, Rep., 1,169; S. O'Leary, Soc, 203; 
G. E. Parker, Jr., Ind. L., 192; Richard S. Teeling, Dem., 7,593. 

Third District. — Wards 6, 7, 8 Boston, Ward 4 Cambridge. — HON. 
JOSEPH P. LOMASNEY, Democrat, Boston, born there March 10, 1863 ; 
public schools. Real estate. Common council 1888; House of Representa- 
tives 1890-1, committees on printing, constitutional amendments, insurance, 
special on dedication of Battle of Bennington monument, Vt., '01 ; elected 
in special election 1900, too late for committee appointments ; in 1901, 
on congressional redistricting and ways and means ; bills in 3d reading, 
cities, fisheries and game, 1910. 

I 'ote of district: W. C. Lane, Rep., 1,580; Joseph P. Lomasney. 
Dem, 4,207; P. Mahoney, Soc, 313. 

Fourth District. — Wards 9, 12, 17 Boston. — HON. 2 JAMES H. 
DOYLE, Democrat, Boston, born there June 17, 1867; its public schools, 
including English High, and Comers' Commercial College. Dealer in 
liquors. Member of Concord club, Young Men's Catholic Association. 
House 1893-4, committees on drainage (clerk), public service (clerk) ; 
federal relations, public health, taxation, Senate, 1009; military affairs, pub- 
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Vote of district: T. H. Brophy, Soc, 327; C. H. Clark, Rep., 2,394; 
James H. Doyle, Dem., 4,917. 

Fifth District.— Wards 10, 11, 25 Boston.— HON. GEORGE HOL- 
DEN TINKHAM, Republican, of Boston, was born there Oct. 29, 1870; 
educated in Prince grammar and Hopkinson's Chauncy Hall schools, 
Harvard College 1894, its Law School, class of 1897. Lawyer and trustee. 
Member of Aberdour lodge of Masons, St. Bernard commandery Knights 
Templar; 32d degree. On committees on banks and banking (chairman), 
constitutional amendments, education, milk investigation (special), in 
Senate, 1910. 

Vote of district: A. A. Barrett, Dem., 2,562; G. W. Galvin, Soc, 207; 
George Holden Tinkham, Rep., 6,263. 

Sixth District.— Wards 13, 14, 15, 16 Boston.— HON. PATRICK H. 
O'CONNOR, Democrat, Boston, born (South) Boston, Jan. 1, 1882; Bos- 
ton Latin School. Insurance. K. C, A. O. H., Heptasophs. Common 
council 1905-6. Committee on education House, 1907 ; liquor law, 1908 ; 
drainage, engrossed bills, insurance, Senate, 1909 ; engrossed bills, harbors 
and public lands, labor, 1910. 

Vote of district: C. D. Cheney, Rep., 2,633; W. F. Kinder, Soc, 342; 
Patrick H. O'Connor, Dem., 7,756. 

Seventh District.— Wards 18, 19, 22 Boston.— HON. JOHN J. BUT- 
LER, Democrat, Boston, born in Galway County, Ireland, June 7, 1865 ; 
national schools of Ireland. Car driver, station master, collector. Elks, 
K. C, A. O. H. House, 1904-5-6, committees on relations between em- 
ployers and employees, constitutional amendments, libraries, liquor law; 
engrossed bi.ls, liquor law, metropolitan affairs, constitutional amend- 
ments, parishes and religious societies, public charitable institutions, pub- 
lic service, State House, libraries, Senate, 1908-9-10. 

Vote of district: John J. Butler, Dem., 5,382; J. H. Mock, Rep., 
3,743; L. Weiner, Soc, 328. 

Eighth District.— Wards 20, 21 Boston.— HON. W. PRENTISS 
PARKER, Republican, Boston, born in Roxbury, Dec. 11, 1857; its pub- 
lic schools, including English High. With Kidder, Peabody & Co. since 
1877. Trustee of Boston pauper institutions 1901-4, resigned; re-appoint- 
ed January 1905, chairman of board that year. Treasurer Fellows Athe- 
neum; past Boston City Club. Alderman 1908. Committees on banks and 
banking, metropolitan affairs, public health (chairman), Senate, 1909; 
mercantile affairs, metropolitan affairs, public health, 1910. 

Vote of district: W. A. Coles, Ind. L.. 529; R. P. Clark, Dem., 5,320; 
M. J. Konikow, Soc, 241 ; W. Prentiss Parker, Rep., 6,144. 

Ninth District.— Wards 23, 24 Boston.— HON. GIDEON B. AB- 
BOTT, Republican, Boston, born in Dorchester, May 4, 1874; Boston Latin 
school, Harvard College, 1897. Manufacturers' agent. Masons. Royal 
Arcanum. Common Council, 1903-4-5. Committee on street railways, 
House, 1906-7; fisheries and game (chairman), harbors and public lands, 
street railways, Senate, 1908; counties (chairman), public lighting, street 
railways, 1909; election laws, public lighting, street railways (chairman), 
1910. (Died April 1.) 

Vote of district: Gideon B. Abbott, Rep., 5,138; M. J. Murray, Dem , 
4,iSo. 

WORCESTER COUNTY. 

First District.— Wards 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 Worcester.— HON. JOHN 
H. PICKFORD, Republican, Worcester, born in Manville, R. I.. Sept. 9, 
1849; public schools. Mason and contractor. Committees on counties, 



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public charitable institutions, House, 1906-7-8-9; counties, liquor law 
(chairman), public charitable institutions, Senate, 1910. 

Vote of district: E. A. Harris, Dem., 4,352; John H. Pickford, Rep., 
6,110. 

Second District. — Berlin, Bolton, Boylston, Clinton, Harvard, H ol- 
den, Lancaster, Sterling, West Boylston, Wards I, 2, 3 Worcester.— HON. 
DANIEL E. DENNY, Republican, Worcester, born there July 14, 1845; 
public schools, Worcester Academy. Co. E, 42d regiment; commander 
Post No. 10, G. A. R. Machinist, chief clerk United States railway mail 
service, real estate and insurance. Masons, P. G. C. Knights of Pythias; 
president common council 1905 ; captain Worcester Continentals, trustee 
State Soldiers' Home, 1906-7; past president Worcester County Mechan- 
ics Association and Worcester County Republican club. Committees on 
cities and military affairs, House, 1906; cities, military affairs (chairman), 
1907-8-9; cities, insurance, military affairs (chairman), 1910. 

Vote of district: O. Bokelund, Soc, 313; D. E. Denny, Rep., 4,409; 
P. P. McGovern, Dem., 2,914. 

Third District. — Ashburnham, Athol, Fitchburg, Gardner, Leomin- 
ster, Lunenburg, Royalston, Westminster, Winchcndon. — HON. LEVI H. 
GREENWOOD, Republican, Gardner, born in Gardner, Dec. 22, 1872; its 
public schools, St. Paul's School, Concord, N. H.., Harvard College, class 
of 1896, two years. Owner and editor of Gardner News ; director in 
Heywood Brothers & Wakefield Comany. Hope lodge Masons, Ivanhoe 
commandery Knights Templar. Committee on banks and banking (chair- 
man), street railways, ways and means, Senate, 1909; railroads, taxation 
(chairman), ways and means; Southbridge Savings Bank investigation 
(special), 1910. 

Vote of district: Levi H. Greenwood, Rep., 6,087; J- F. Harrington, 
Soc, 680; E. N. Sibley, Dem., 3,016. 

Fourth District. — Auburn, Blackstone, Douglas, Grafton, Hopedale, 
Mendon, Milford, Millbury, Northborough, Northbridge, Oxford, Shrews- 
bury, Southborough, Sutton, Upton, Uxbridge, Webster, Westborough. 
HON. JOHN F. MEANEY, Democrat, of Blackstone, was born in Scitu- 
ate, R. I., Jan. 5, 1880; educated in Blackstone public schools, Boston Uni- 
versity Law School, class of 1901. Lawyer. Town counsel since 1902; 
chairman of executive committee on the Democratic state committee in 
1908. Member of Welcome Farnum court of Foresters of America. On 
committees on drainage, legal affairs, public lighting, towns, special milk 
investigation, Senate, 1910. 

Vote of district: G. F. Birch, Rep., 4,752; John F. Meaney, Dem., 

5,153- 

Cape District. — Barnstable, Bourne, Brewster, Chatham, Chilmark, 
Dennis, Eastham, Edgartown, Falmouth, Gay Head, Gosnold, Harwich, 
Mashpee, Nantucket, Oak Bluffs, Orleans, Provincetown, Sandwich, Tis- 
bury, Truro, Wellfleet, West Tisbury, Yarmouth.— HON. JOHN E. 
WHITE, Republican, of Tisbury, was born in Lawrence, Dec. 13, 1873; 
educated in the public schools. President of the Martha's Vineyard Na- 
tional Bank, past master Oriental lodge Masons ; past master Isle of the 
Sea royal arch chapter. Selectmen, assessors, overseers of the poor, 
board of health (chairman for several years) ; Middlesex, Boston City 
clubs. House of Representatives in 1905, on committee on ways and 
means; committees on banks and banking, libraries (chairman) and ways 
and means, Senate, 1910; also chairman of special committee on investi- 
gation of Southbridge Savings Bank. 

Vote of district: C. P. Bearse, Dem., 190; T. Pattison, Rep., 2,490; 
John E. White, Rep., Cit., 3,269. 



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Franklin-Hampshire District. Ashfield, Bernardston, Buckland, 
Charlemont, Colrain, Conway, Deerfield, Erving, Gill, Greenfield, Hawley, 
Heath, Leverett, Leyden, Monroe, Montague, New Salem, Northfield, 
Orange, Rowc, Shelburne, Shutesbury, Sunderland, Warwick, Wendell. 
Whately, Franklin county : Amherst, Belchertown, Enfield, Granby, Green- 
wich, Hadley, Pelham, Prescott, South Hadley, Ware, Hampshire county. 
—HON. DENNIS E. FARLEY, Republican, Erving (Farley), born in 
Colrain, June 12, 1852; public schools,, Manufacturer of paper at Farley; 
also of textile goods at same place and Shelburne Falls. Member of Orange 
lodge Masons, Aleppo Temple Mystic Shrine, Odd Fellows. Seven years 
on board of selectmen, assessors and overseers of poor.. Committee on 
railroads, House, 1907; federal relations (chairman), 1908; agriculture, 
federal relations (chairman), roads and bridges, Senate, 1909; agriculture, 
federal relations (chairman), roads and bridges, 1910. 

Vote of district : Dennis E. Farley, Rep.,. 5,685 ; G. L. Varney, Soc, 
1,322., 

Worcester-Hampden District.— Ba rrc, Brimfield, Brook-field, Charl- 
ton, Dana, Dudley, Hampden, Hardwick, Holland, Hubbardston, Leicester, 
Ludlow, Monson, New Braintree, North Brookfield, Oakham, Palmer, 
Paxton. Petersham, Phillipston, Princeton. Rutland, Southbridge, Spencer, 
Sturbridge, Templeton, Wales, Warren, West Brookfield, Wilbraham.— 
HON. WALTER B. MELLEN, of Brookfield, Republican, was born 
there Sept. 24, i860; educated in its public schools, including High school. 
Farmer. Past master Hayden lodge of Masons, past master Brookfield 
Grange, past regent Merrick council Royal Arcanum ; president Worcester 
South Agricultural Society 1900-3; chairman Republican town committee 
several years ; overseer of the poor, road commissioner, selectmen (chair- 
man several years), and on many important town committees. House of 
1902, on committee on roads and bridges; committees on agriculture 
(chairman), labor, towns, special on milk investigation (chairman), Sen- 
ate, 1910. 

Vote of district: Walter E. Mellen, Rep.. 4,980; W. Miller, Soc, 
231 ; H. E. Sargent, Dem., 3,297. 

THE CHAPLAIN AND CLERKS. 

REV. EDWARD AUGUSTUS HORTON, the chaplain, was born in 
Springfield, Sept. 28. 1843; educated in University of Michigan (A. M. 
1880), Meadville Theological School, Heidelberg University. Served in 
United States navy during Civil War. Pastorates: Leominster, 1868-75; 
Hingham, 1877-80; Second Church, Copley Square, Boston, 1880-92. 
President of the Benevolent Fraternity of Churches, Boston, most of the 
time from 1881 to 1901 ; president of Unitarian Sunday School society 
since 1892. Editor of "Every Other Sunday" ; author of several manuals 
for religious and moral education. Chaplain of Massachusetts grand 
lodge of Free Masons; also of Kinsley Post, No. 113, G. A. R. Chosen 
chaplain in 1904, succeeding Rev. Edmund Dowse. 

HENRY DINGLEY COOLIDGE, Concord, clerk, born in Chelsea, 
Mass., August 26, 1858 ; public schools and private instruction ; some 
years in mercantile business. Assistant clerk from May, 1886, to 1889, 
when he was unanimously elected clerk. He has been unanimously re- 
elected each year since. 

WILLIAM H. SANGER, assistant clerk, born in Louisville, Ky., 
March 12, 1862; public schools of Boston, Hyde Park High, 1880. After 
graduation did "suburban" work for Boston Journal until 1889, when he 



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was appointed to present position. New England correspondent of New 
York Sun 1889 to 1894. 

BERNARD L. PAINE, Sharon, born in (East) Sandwich, Feb. 14, 
1878; Morgan High School, Clinton, Ct, 1895, Amherst College, 1900. 
For three years with B. F. Sturtevant & Co., Jamaica Plain. Appointed 
clerical assistant, January 1, 1904. 



THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 

THE SPEAKER. 

HON JOSEPH WALKER, Republican, Brookline, second Norfolk 
district, born in Worcester July 13, 1865; PhillipsExeter Academy, 
Brown University 1887, Harvard Law School 1890, Harvard College 
A. M., 1890. Member by inheritance of Loyal Legion, member and secre- 
tary of Brookline school committee 1897-1903, past secretary and presi- 
dent Brookline Education Society, chairman Republican town committee 
1887-99, member Republican state committee 1901-1903, president Repub- 
lican club of Massachusetts. Member state board of charity 1903. Ways 
and means committee House 1904, same 1905, rules, ways and means 1906, 
rules, ways and means (chairman) 1907, rules, railroads (chairman) 1908; 
speaker 1909-10; House chairman rules 1909-10 

BARNSTABLE COUNTY. 

District No. i. — Barnstable, Bourne, Falmouth, Mashpee, Sandwich. — 
ASA L. PATTEE, Republican, Barnstable, born in Thornton, N. H., Feb. 
10, 1870; public schools. Physician. Masons, Red Men, I. O. O. F; board 
of health 1897-07; on committee that obtained Deacon's Pond harbor. 
Committees on fisheries and game, harbors and public lands, House, 1910. 

Vote of district: H. L. Chipman, Ind., 97; J. W. Dalton, Ind. Cit., 
843 ; Asa L. Pattee, Rep., 971 ; I. Small, Rep. Cit., 236. 

District No. 2. — Chatham, Dennis, Harwich, Yarmouth. — HENRY A. 
ELLIS, Republican, Yarmouth, born there Nov. 5, 1879; public schools, 
Hyannis Normal School, Boston University, one year; University of 
Maine, graduating in 1909. Lawyer. Committee on legal affairs, House, 
1909; fisheries and game (chairman), 1910. 

Vote of district: Henry Allen Ellis, Rep., 995; all others, one. 

District No 3. Brewster, Eastham, Orleans, Provincetown, Truro, 
Wellfleet.—KLFKED W. CUSHMAN, Republican, of Provincetown, was 
born in Duxbury Aug. 18, 1842; educated in its public schools and Part- 
ridge Academy. Followed the sea from 14 until 24; since in railroad ser- 
vice; conductor on "Flying Dude" train of New Haven road at present. 
King Hiram lodge of Masons. Puritan lodge of Odd Fellows of South 
Braintree; New England Division Order of Railroad Conductors of Bos- 
ton. First officer U. S. S. S. "Mississippi," transportation service 1863-5 ; 
Pacific Mail service on "Arizona," 1865-6. Committees on harbors and 
public lands, roads and bridges, House 1910. 

Vote of district: M. J. Cavanagh, Rep., 458; Alfred W. Cushman, 
Rep. Cit., 634. 

BERKSHIRE COUNTY. 

District No. i— Clarksburg, Florida, Wards 3, 4, 5 North Adams, 
Sowy.— LINCOLN BRECKINRIDGE, Demcrat, of North Adams, was 



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born in Becket Aug. 24, i860; educated in the public schools. Clerk. 
Oneco lodge Odd Fellows, Olympia lodge Knights of Pythias, Lafayette 
lodge Masons, North Adams lodge Elks, Veteran Firemen; city council 
1905-6-7-8-9. Committee on public lighting, House, 1910. 

Vote of district: Lincoln Breckenridge, Dem., 699; R. B. Harvie, 
Rep. Ind., 430; J. T. Potter, Rep., 455. 

District No. 2.— Wards 1, 2, 6, 7 North Adams.— HOMER A. HALL, 
Republican, North Adams, born there Nov. 24, 1871 ; public schools. Shoe 
cutter. Lodge 487 Elks, past exalted ruler, member grand lodge. Re- 
publican city committee 1903-4-5-6. President Central Labor Union. Com- 
mittees labor, public health, House, 1908; labor, public health (clerk), 1909; 
labor, public health, 1910. 

Vote of district: Homer A. Hall, Rep., 755; J. H. Riley, Dem., 630. 

District No. 3. — Adams, Cheshire, Hinsdale, Neiv Ashford, Peru, 
Windsor.— JOHN J. HUGHES, Democrat, of Adams, was born in Alford 
Aug. 1, 1867; educated in the public schools. Granite cutter. Knights 
of Columbus. Committee on prisons (clerk), House, 1910. 

Vote of district: E. B. Bowen, Rep., 635; John J. Hughes, Dem., 
1,140. 

District No. 4. — Dalton, Hancock, Lanesborough, Ward 1 Pittsfield, 
Williamstown.—FRANKIAN STURGIS, Jr.. Republican, of Lanesbor- 
ough, was born there Oct. 18, 1883 ; educated in its public schools. Fore- 
man in stationery mill of Eaton, Crane & Pike Company of Pittsfield. 
Member Mystic lodge Masons, Berkshire royal arch chapter, Berkshire 
commandery Knights templar, all of Pittsfield. Committee on mercantile 
affairs, House 1910. 

Vote of district: C. J. Palmer, Dem., 618; Franklin Sturgis, Jr., 
Rep., 917. 

District No. 5.— Wards 2, 6, 7 Pittsfield.— JOHN B. CUMMINGS, 
Democrat, of Pittsfield, was born there Feb. 17, 1878; educated in its public 
schools. Clerk in clothing and gents' furnishing store two years, clerk in 
law office three years, clerk in Pittsfield post-office one year, in Philippine 
postal service three years, promoted to postmaster and post-office inspec- 
tor ; admitted to bar in 1905. Lawyer. Member Crescent lodge Masons ; 
member and lecturer Pittsfield lodge Elks. Common council 1907-8-9. 
Berkshire Bar Assosciation (executive committee). Committee on judi- 
ciary, House 1910. 

Vote of district: John B. Cummings, Dem., 1,057; C. R Foote, Rep., 
783. 

District No. 6.— Wards 3, 4, 5 Pittsfield.— CLIFFORD H. DICK- 
SON, Republican, Pittsfield, born in Middlefield March 2, 1875 ; public 
schools. In the U. S. postal service. Mystic lodge Masons, Berkshire 
lodge Odd Fellows ; Onota lodge A. O. U. W., and grand foreman of 
grand lodge. School committee 1907-8-9. Committee on public service 
(clerk), House 1909; public lighting 1910. 

Vote of district: E. S. Davenport, Dem., 560; Clifford H. Dickson, 
Rep., 1,065. 

District No. 7. — Becket, Lee, Lenox, Monterey, New Marlborough, 
Otis. Richmond. Sandisfield, Tyringham, Washington. — ROBB de P. TY- 
TUS, Democrat, Tyringham, born in Asheville, N. C, Feb. 2, 1875 ; pub- 
lic schools, St. Mark's school of Southboro, Yale College, class of 1897, 
Yale M. A. 1903. Engaged in archaeological excavations under Egyptian 
government, from 1898 to 1904, and since then in farming. Tree warden 
1905-8; president Public Library Association 1906-10; school committee 



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1907-10 (chairman 1909-10). Committees on public lighting, roads and 
bridges, House 1909; mercantile affairs, roads and bridges (clerk), 1910. 

Vote of district : C. H. Shaylor, Rep., 795 ; Robb deP. Tytus, Dem., 
1,051. 

District No. 8. — Alford, Egremont, Great Barrington, Mt. Washing- 
ton, Sheffield, Stockbridge, West Stockbridge.— FRANK CURTISS, Dem- 
ocrat, Sheffield, born there Dec. 15, 1858; public schools, Claverack, N. Y., 
Williston Seminary. Mercantile, street railway business. President Ma- 
haiwe Block and Marble Block corporations, and Great Barrington Elec- 
tric Light Company; vice-president Mahaiwe National Bank; director Re- 
liable Knitting Company, all Great Barrington. Committees on fisheries 
and game, street railways, House 1909; street railways, 19 10. 

Vote of district -.Frank Curtiss, Dem., 969, F. A. Palmer, Rep., 942, 
BRISTOL COUNTY. 

District No. 1. — Attleborough, North Attleborough, Norton, Seekonk. 
— SAMUEL M. HOLMAN, Republican, Attleborough, born in Norton 
Jan. 1, 1862; Attleborough public schools, Amherst Agricultural College 
(State) 1883. Real estate; collector of taxes 1892-3-4, 1901-7; school com- 
mittee three years ; photographer. P. F., I. O. O. F., K. P., R. A. Sewer 
commission, board of trade. Committees on elections, towns, House 1907 ; 
harbors and public lands (chairman) 1908; constitutional amendments, 
harbors and public lands (chairman), 1909; constitutional amendments, 
public charitable institutions (chairman) 1910. 

WILLIAM E. Payson, Republican, of Norton, was born in Salem, 
Feb. 14, 1842; educated in Abbott Family School of Farmington, Me. As- 
sistant paymaster in War of the Rebellion. In mercantile business since 
except for a few years. Member Saint James lodge Masons, Norton 
commandery U. O. G. C, King Philip commandery U. O. G. S., and Nor- 
ton Grange; president Norton Public Library 17 years; chairman Repub- 
lican town committee; board of selectmen 10 years (chairman 7 years) ; 
member of school committee. Committee on towns in House 1910. 

Vote of district: J. Devlin, Dem., 851; Samuel M. Holman, Rep., 
1,518; William E. Payson, Rep., 1,265: C. E. Streeter, Soc, 233; P. B. 
Ball, Soc, 191. 

District No. 2. — Easton, Mansfield, Raynham. — WILLIAM N. HOW- 
ARD, Republican, of Easton, was born there Sept. 23, 1871 ; educated in 
its public schools, including High school. Farming and insurance.. Mem- 
ber Paul Dean lodge of Masons, secretary Massachusetts State Grange and 
on its executive committee for 13 years, Myrtle lodge N. E. O P. Town 
meeting moderator many times. Clerk of committee on agriculture, House 
1910. 

Vote of district: William N. Howard, Rep., 806; P. Wilde, Dem., 
337- 

District No. 3.— Wards 5, 7, 8 Taunton.— WILLIAM A. BELLAMY, 
Republican, of Taunton, was born in Sheffield, England, Sept. 16, 1879 ; 
educated in Taunton public schools, Boston Y. M. C. A. law course ; ad- 
mitted to bar 1910. Silversmith. Past grand Good Samaritan lodge Odd 
Fellows, St. George commandery Knights of Malta, Taunton lodge Elks. 
City council 1905-6. sewer commission 1907. Committee on education, 
House 1910. 

Vote of district: — William A. Bellamy, Rep., 1,200; M. J. Kenney, 
Rep. Ind., 973. 

District No. 4.— Wards 2, 3. 4 Taunton.— HARRY R. HOLT, Repub- 
lican, Taunton, born there July 27, 1877 ; public schools, Comer's Com- 



MASSACHUSETTS LEGISLATURE, 1910 133 

mercial College. Clothing business. Common council 1904-5-6; Republi- 
can city committee nine years. Committees on libraries and printing, 
House 1909; constitutional amendments, 1910. 

Vote of district: J. B. Dorgan, Dem., 582; Harry R. Holt, Rep., 
1,086. 

District No. 5. — Berkley, Dighton, Rchoboth, Wards 1, 6 Taunton. — 
ELLERY L. GOFF, Republican, of Rehoboth, was born in Taunton April 
17, 1858; educated in the public schools. Farming, insurance; justice of 
the peace; town clerk 1893-1910; collector of taxes 1005-10. Member of 
Anawan Grange and its treasurer since Jan. 1, 1899; secretary of Rehoboth 
Antiquarian Society 1902-10. Committee on towns, House 1910. 

Vote of district: J. P. Field, Dem., 487; Ellery P. Goff, Rep., 990. 

District No. 6. — Acushnct, Dartmouth, Fairhaven, Freetown. — DAN- 
IEL W. KENDRICK, Republican, Fairhaven, born there July 7, 1849; 
public schools. Farmer. School committee. Committee on labor, House 
1909; agriculture, 1910. 

Vote of district: W. T. Dunn, Dem., 136; Daniel W. Kendrick, 
Rep., 684. 

District No. 7.— Wards 1, 2, 3 New Bedford.— CHARLES LEWIN, 
Republican, New Bedford, born in Lancashire, Eng., May 20, 1852; the 
public schools, Phillips Academy, Andover.. Mill operative; newsdealer; 
trustee loom fixers' union. Committee on labor, House 1909-10. 

LAURENCE S. PERRY, Republican, New Bedford, born there Feb. 
21, 1883 ; public schools, University of Maine Law School 1907. Book- 
keeper. Lawyer. Committee on libraries, House 1909; education, 1910. 

Vote of district: G. Geils, Jr., Rep. Ind., 1,634; Charles Lewin, Rep., 
1,911; Laurence S. Perry, Rep., 1,870; J. J. Purcell, Dem., 769. 

District No. 8.— Wards 4, $,6New Bedford. ANDREW P. DOYLE, 
Republican, New Bedford, born in Ireland Aug. 15, 1869; public schools; 
shoemaker. A. O. H., Elks. Committee on insurance and special on in- 
surance laws, House 1906; insurance 1907; cities, liquor law 1908-9-10 
(clerk of latter '10). 

EDWARD R. HATHAWAY, Republican, New Bedford, born there 
Jan. 29, 1874; public schools. In shoe factory; dealer in men's and wo- 
men's clothing. School board 1907-9. Elks, Red Men. Committee on 
State House, House 1909 ; constitutional amendments, public service, 1910. 

Vote of district: T. A. Cunniff, Dem., 1,366; Andrew P. Doyle, Rep., 
2,028; Edward R. Hathaway, Rep., 2,193. 

District No. 9.— Wards 1, 2 Fall River. Westport.— WILLIAM H. 
GIFFORD, Democrat, Westport, born in Dartmouth Jan. 20, 1851 ; public 
schools. Farmer, merchant. Deputy sheriff six years ; postmaster five. 
Masons. Committee on fisheries and game. House 1909-10. 

FRED MOORE, Republican, Fall River, born in Hyde, England, 
April 4, 1874; public schools of England. Insurance business. Alderman 
in 1905-6-7-8. Knights of Pythias ; Foresters of America. Committee on 
mercantile affairs House, 1908; -cities, 1909; drainage, 1910. 

J'otc of district: Wm. Biltcliffe, Dem., 1,117; Wm. Booth, Rep., 1.585; 
William H. Gifford, 3d, Dem., 1,716; Fred Moore, Rep., 1,588. 

District No. 10.— Wards 3, 4, 5 Fall River. EDWARD F. HAR- 
RINGTON, Democrat, Fall River, born there Aug. 10, 1878; parochial 
school, business college. Common council, alderman. Clover club, A. O. 
H. Committee on libraries (clerk), House 1909; water supply, 1910. 

JOSEPH A. PARKS, Democrat, Fall River, born in Preston, Lan- 
cashire, Eng., May 2, 1877; public schools. Cotton mill employee, insur- 



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ance. Alderman-at-large 1903.. On committee on cities in House of 
1904. On elections, labor, 1905; labor (clerk), 1906-7; military affairs, 
1908; labor (clerk), street railways, 1909-10. 

Vote of district: Edward F. Harrington, Dem., 1,996; J. Menard 
Rep., 678; Joseph A. Parks, Dem., 1,976; J. Wadswoth, Rep., 656. 

District No. 11. — Wards 6, 7, 8, 9 Fall River, Somerset, Swansea. — 
ISRAEL BRAYTON, Republican, Fall River, born there Aug. 5, 1874; 
public schools, Harvard College 1896, Harvard Law School 1899. Lawyer. 
On judiciary committee, House 1909; same, libraries, 1910. 

DAVID P. KEEFE, Republican, Fall River, born in Fitchburg Sept. 
29» 1855 ; public schools. Traveling salesman, advertising solicitor. Vet- 
eran firemen, Republican club. House 1904-5-6-7-8, committees on federal 
relations, libraries, parishes and religious societies (chairman), elections, 
election laws; public charitable institutions, 1910. 

ISAAC E. WILLETTS, Republican, Fall River, born in Boston Nov. 
8, 1869; Fall River public schools. Common council 1894-5. Deputy 
sheriff. Republican club of Massachusetts, Knights of Pythias. House 
1905-6, committees on public charitable institutions (clerk), printing 
(clerk), public health (clerk), cities, 1908; fisheries and game, roads and 
bridges, 1909; roads and bridges (chairman), 1910. 

Vote of district: Israel Brayton, Rep., 2,942; David P. Keefe, Rep., 
3,489; C. L. Sullivan, Dem., 1,880; Isaac E. Willetts, Rep., 3,215. 

DUKES COUNTY. 

District No. i. — Chilmark, Edgar town, Gay Head, Gosnold, Oak 
Bluffs, Tisbury, West Tisbury.— HAMILTON J. GREENE, Republican, 
Oak Bluffs, born in Mansfield Dec. 5, 1850; public and private schools. 
Has been contractor, provision dealer; superintendent of Cottage City 
Water Company 21 years, superintendent and treasurer of Vineyard Grove 
Company last 21 years. Noble grand and past grand Vineyard lodge Odd 
Fellows. Comrhittee on harbors and public lands, House 1909; fisheries 
and game (clerk), 1910. 

Vote of district: Hamilton J. Greene, Rep., 641; all others, four. 

ESSEX COUNTY. 

District No. 1. — Amesbury, Merrimac. — RALPH H. SARGENT, 
Republican, Merrimac, born there Dec. 5, 1848; public schools. Machinist, 
ice business. Masons. Selectman, 1896-05, superintendent streets 1893-4. 
Committee on prisons, House 1909-10. 

Vote of district: B. Sargent, Dem., 686; Ralph H. Sargent, Rep., 790. 

District No. 2.— Wards 1, 2, 3 Haverhill— A. FRANKLIN PRIEST, 
Republican, Haverhill, born there Sept. 13, 1885 ; public schools, Alabama 
College, class of 1907. Lawyer. K. P., Elks. Committees on engrossed 
bills, constitutional amendments, House 1909; legal affairs, 1910. 

Vote of district : M. J. Donahue, Soc, 261 ; A. Franklin Priest, 
Rep., 824. 

District No. 3.— Wards 4, 6 Haverhill. HENRY G. WELLS, Re- 
publican, Haverhill, was born in Bridgeport, Conn., Oct. 12, 1879; edu- 
cated in Haverhill public schools, Tilton Seminary, Wesleyan University 
1902, Harvard Law School 1905. Lawyer. Committee on insurance 
(clerk), House 1910. 

Vote of distrcti: P. B. Flanders, Soc, 387: Henry G. Wells, Rep., 
979- 

District No. 4.— Ward 5 Haverhill.— CHARLES H. MORRILL, So- 
cialist, Haverhill, born there Oct. 6, 1874; public schools. Shoemaker. 



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Census work, city directories, collector, justice of peace, assistant assessor 
1002-9. Central Socialist club, state committee; Men's club, Universalist 
church. Committee on taxation, House 1910. 

Vote of district: A. L. Bartlett, Rep., 629; Charles H. Morrill, Soc, 
650. 

District No. 5. — Wards 1, 2 Lawrence, Methuen. — ALFRED J. 
BURCKEL, Republican, Lawrence, born in Peacedale, R. I., Aug. 7, i860; 
public schools. Cigar manufacturer. Odd Fellows, Turnverein. Commit- 
tee on printing, House 1909; roads and bridges, 1910. 

EDGAR G. HOLT, Republican, Methuen, born in Lawrence, July 2, 
1874; public schools, Princeton College, 1900. Ice dealer. Masons, Elks, 
Odd Fellows. Captain Co. L, 8th regiment. Committee on roads and 
bridges, House 1909; rules, ways and means, 1910. 

Vote of district: Alfred J. Burckel, Rep., 1,003; Edgar G. Holt, 
Rep., 1,730; J. A. Shine, Dem., 1,482. 

District No. 6.— Wards 3, 4 Lawrence.— WILLIAM A. HESTER, 
Democrat, Lawrence, born in Lowell Oct. 24, 1873 ; Lawrence public and 
private schools. Teamster. A. O. H., Spanish War Veterans, Eagles. 
Committee on libraries, House 1909: water supply 1910. 

l r otc of district: William A. Hester, Dem., 1,172; W. J. Meade, 
Dem. Ind., 867. 

District No. 7. — Ward 5 Lawrence. — JAMES R. TETLER, Republi- 
can, Lawrence, born there Aug. 26, 1877 ; public schools. Master plumb- 
er. Common council 1903-4. Masons, Elks. Committee on federal rela- 
tions, House 1909; same, pay roll (chairman), 1910. 

Vote of district: T. Dyer, Dem., 382; James R. Tetler, Rep., 904. 

District No. 8.— Ward 6 Lawrence.— WILLIAM J. GRAHAM, Dem., 
Lawrence, born there Oct. 2, 1875 ; public schools, Phillips Andover Acad- 
emy, Tufts Medical College. K. of C. Committee on fisheries and game, 
House 1904; federal relations, Portland, Ore., exposition, 1905; cities, 
1906-7-8-9- 10. 

Vote of district: William J. Graham, Dem., 1,168; all others, none. 

District No. 9.— Andover.— SAMUEL H. BOUTWELL, Republican, 
of Andover, was born there March 25, 1838; educated in its public schools, 
Andover Academy, class of 1858. Taught school four winters. Farmer 
and market gardener. School committee 15 years; selectman 1882-05. 
Charter member Andover Grange, its master first two years ; trustee of 
Punchard school 30 years. House of Representatives 1874, on committee 
on harbors and public lands ; agriculture, 1910. 

Vote of district: Samuel H. Boutwell, Rep., 614; J. L. Burns, Dem., 
567- 

District No. lo.—Boxford, Groveland, Ward 7 Haverhill, North 
Andover. — WILLIAM HALLIDAY, Republican, North Andover, born in 
Andover June 13, 1853; public schools. Clerk. Cochichewick lodge Ma- 
sons, Mt. Sinai chapter, Lawrence council, Bethany commandery Knights 
Templar ; Wauwinet lodge Odd Fellows. Republican town committee 
eight years ; selectman, assessor, overseer of poor, 1889, 1900, 1908, chair- 
man in 1900; assessor in 1909. In House 1896, committee on towns; labor, 
1909; towns (clerk), 1910. 

Vote of district: William Halliday, Rep., 1,264; a U others, five. 

District No. 11.— Peabody.— W. FRED MUNROE, Republican, of 
Peabody, was born there March 31, 1864; educated in its public schools. 
In transportation business ; president of Munroe & Arnold — Merritt Ex- 
press Company. Member Jordan lodge Masons, Holton lodge Odd Fel- 
lows. School committee 1906-12 (chairman) ; trustee and investment com- 



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mittee and vice-president Warren Five Cent Savings Bank; director War- 
ren National Bank; trustee 1896-02 Peabody Institute. Committees on 
labor, street railways, House 1910. 

Vote of district: J. B. Carbrey, Dem., 1,083; W. Fred Munroe, Rep., 
1,107. 

District No. 12. — Ward 3 Lynn, Swampscott. — JOHN HENRY 
COGSWELL, Republican, of Lynn, was born in Lynn July 4, 1876; edu- 
cated in its public schools, Boston University, 1900 (class orator). Shoe 
manufacturer, shoemaker. Lawyer. Past archon of Heptasophs, past chief 
ranger of American Order of Foresters, past president of American Bene- 
fit Society. Committee on legal affairs, House 1910. 

MARTIN LEWIS QUINN, Republican, Swampscott, born in Lynn 
Jan. 19, 1862; public schools. Traveling salesman, roofing business. 
Knights of Pythias, Red Men. Committee on harbors and public lands, 
House 1909; same and constitutional amendments, 1910. 

Vote of district: John Henry Cogswell, Rep., 1,852; L. B. Frazier, 
Dem., 772; Martin Lewis Quinn, Rep., 1,759; S. M. Shattuck, Dem., 529. 

District No. 13. — Wards 5, 7 Lynn, Lynnfield. — JOHN S. COR- 
MACK, Republican, Lynn, born in Grand Falls, N. B., June 7, 1875 ; Lynn 
public schools. Dealer in groceries, confectionery and periodicals. Repub- 
lican city committee 1903-4-5-6-7-8-9-10 (secretary 05-8), Lynn Republican 
club, Providence lodge Odd Fellows, Lynn Encampment Winnepurkit tribe 
Red Men, Park club. Committee on mercantile affairs, House 1908-9-10. 

MICHAEL F. KEENAN, Republican, of Lynn, was born in Liver- 
pool, England, Aug. 12, 1855 ; educated in Boston public schools. Cord- 
wainer in New York City, Boston and Lynn for the last 35 years. Past 
president of West Lynn Boat club and St. Mary's C. T. S. ;Lincoln lodge 
I. O. G. T. (past chief templar) ; past chief ranger Lafayette court M. C. 
O. F., and Wm. L. Estes court Foresters of America ; Division 17 A.' O. 
H. (president 1905-10) ; Shoe Workers' Protective Union No. 2. Com- 
mittee on election laws, House 1910, being chosen to fill vacancy caused by 
death of A. B. Breed. 

Vote of district: (Regular election) — A. B. Breed, Rep., 1,614; John 
S. Cormack, Rep., 1,359; A. H. Dennett, Soc, 167; J. A. McAulieff, Dem., 
1,159; J- H. Murray, Dem., 1,022; M. Stone, Soc, 162. (Special election) 
— A. H. Dennett, Soc, 42 ; Michael F. Keenan, Rep., 985 ; J. F. Man- 
ning, Dem., 719. 

District No. 14. — Wards 2, 4 Lynn, Nahant. — FRED WHEELOCK 
FORD, Republican, of Lynn, was born in Lowell June 16, 1873; educated 
in Haverhill public schools. Has been druggist ; now foreman of shoe- 
making. Norfolk Union lodge Masons, Sutton royal arcli chapter, Peter 
Woodland lodge Knights of Pythias, Poquanum tribe Red Men. Common 
council 1909. Committee on harbors and public lands, public service 
(clerk), House 1910. 

JAMES M. NOYES. Republican, Lynn, born in Warren, N. H., Aug. 
10, 1842: public schools. Co. G, 12th N. H. : G. A. R. Confectioner. Com- 
mittees on libraries, parishes and religious societies, House 1909; public 
charitable institutions, 1910. 

Vote of district: R. H. Coffee, Dem., 1,266; Fred W. Ford. Rep., 1,612; 
C. C. Keane, Soc, 130; S. P. Kenyon, Dem., 740; M. J. Lauziere, Soc, 
128; James M. Noyes, Rep., 1,427. 

District No. 15.— Ward 6 Lynn, Saugus.— HORACE H. ATHER- 
TON, Republican, of Saugus, was born there Oct. 23, 1847; educated in 
public schools and Lynn High school, class of 1864. In 1865 became clerk 
for S. Oliver Breed, lumber business, now carried on under the firm name 
of Atherton-Guilford Lumber Co.; retired in 1910. Has been town audit- 



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or, assessor, selectman and cemetery commissioner. House of Represen- 
tatives 1888-9, committees on banks and banking, prisons, special to Ohio 
Centennial; Senate, 1895-6, towns (chairman), parishes and religions so- 
cieties, printing, street railways ; Executive Council 1898-9, harbors and 
public lands, charitable institutions, pardons, prisons, nominations, war- 
rants. Republican state committee 1893-4; president and director Saugus 
Mutual Fire Insurance Co., vice-president and member board of trustees 
Lynn Five Cent Savings Bank; Republican town committee, chairman 
and secretary ; Masons, Odd Fellows. Chosen to fill vacancy caused by 
death of James A. Halliday. Committee on roads and bridges. 

FRANK E. HOLT, Republican, Lynn, born there Oct. 12, 1853; pub- 
lic schools, including High. Shoe worker; shoe machinery repair business. 
Inventor Holt method counting ballots. Masons, Odd Fellows. Asses- 
sor 1896-8, 1900-2 ; common council 1903-4 ; alderman 1905, '07-8. Commit- 
tee on water supply, House 1910. 

Vote of district: (regular) I. E. Graves, Dem., 1,145; James A. Hal- 
liday, Rep., 1,435; Frank E. Holt, Rep., 1,368; P. C. Lynde, Soc, 194; 
C. W. Pratt, Soc, 190; J. H. Twomey, Dem., 1,363. Special election: 
Horace H. Atherton, Rep., 1,262; Michael H. Cotter, Dem., 1,148. 

District No. 16.— Marblehead.— ARTHUR S. ADAMS, Republican, 
Marblehead, born there Feb. 14, 1869 ; public schools, Bryant & Stratton's 
Commercial College. Freight cashier Boston & Maine. Masons, Red Men, 
Odd Fellows. Town auditor 1899-06; chairman 1902-6. Committee on 
towns, House 1908; parishes and religious societies (clerk), towns 1909; 
chairman of same, 1910. 

Vote of district: Arthur S. Adams, Rep., 879; C. Robinson, Ind., 
2I 3! J- G. Stevens, Dem., 494. 

District No. 17.— Wards 1, 2 Salem.— CHARLES E. EBSEN, Re- 
publican, Salem, born there May 14, 1874; its public schools. Salesman 
12 years, five years manager in department store. Essex lodge Masons, 
past regent Salem council Royal Arcanum, past sachem Naumkeag tribe 
Red Men ; Now and Then, Washington and Hathorne associations ; Re- 
publican city committee, Republican club. Committee on mercantile af- 
fairs, House 1909; same, and liquor law, 1910. 

Vote of district: Charles E. Ebsen, Rep., 892; P. P. Griffin, Dem., 
573- 

District No. 18.— Wards 3, 5 Salem.— LYMAN E. HURD, Repub- 
lican, Salem, born in Lynn Aug. 17, 1875 ; public schools, Harvard College 
1899, its Law School 1901. Lawyer. Salem Billiard, Boston Yacht, Sa- 
lem clubs, Now and Then Association. Committee on judiciary, House 
1910. 

Vote of district: Lyman E. Hurd, Rep., 1,033; J- J- Welch. Dem., 611. 

District No. 19.— Wards 4. 6 Salem.— JAMES L. KIMBALL, Repub- 
lican, of Salem, was born in Wells, Me., Jan. 25, 1870 : educated in its pub- 
lic schools. Is a machinist and draughtsman. Member of common council 
1904-5, 1907. Past master John Endicott lodge A. O. U. W. Committee 
on constitutional amendments, House 1910. 

Vote of district : D. F. Foley, Dem., 853 ; James L. Kimball, Rep., 
906. 

District No. 20.— Beverly, Danvcrs.— ARTHUR PRESTON CHASE, 
Republican, Danvers, born there Jan. 25, 1866; public schools, two years 
at Boston University Law School. Attorney-at-law. Captain in Co. K, 
8th regiment U. S. V., April 28, 1898. to April 28, 1899; Jacob C. R. Pea- 
body Spanish War Veterans, camp No. 24; Amity lodge Masons, Amity 
chapter, St. George commandery Knights Templar. Town treasurer since 



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1906. Major in subsistence department of Massachusetts Volunteer Mili- 
tia. Committee on military affairs, House 1909; election laws (clerk), mil- 
itary affairs, 1910. 

PARKER S. DAVIS, Republican, of Beverly, was born in Boston Jan. 
4, 1863 ; educated in Beverly common and High schools, and Comer's Com- 
mercial College of Boston 1881. Shoe operator ; dealer in real estate, with 
specialty of house lots. Member of Golden Star council of O. U. A. M. ; 
common council 1897; alderman from Ward 1 1898-9, at large 1900; mayor 
1903-4. Republican city committee ten years (chairman). Committee on 
cities, House 1910. 

Vote of district: A. Preston Chase, Rep., 2,197; Parker S. Davis, 
Rep., 2,119; R. L Fennessey, Dem., 940. 

District No. 21. — Wards 4. 5, 8 Gloucester, Manchester. RAYMOND 
C. ALLEN, Republican, of Manchester, was born there Aug. 28, 1877 ; 
educated in its public schools, Brown University, class of 1897. Civil En- 
gineers. Liberty lodge Masons, Amity royal arch chapter, St. George 
commandery Knights Templar; Magnolia lodge Odd Fellows. Committees 
on counties and water supply, House 1910. Republican committee five 
years ; town meeting moderator since 1906. 

Vote of district: Raymond C. Allen, Rep., 766; F. A. Foster, Dem., 
256; D. F. McCormick, Rep. Ind., 523. 

District No. 22.— Wards 3, 6, 7 Gloucester.— GEORGE A. RICKER, 
Republican, Gloucester, born there March 30, 1877 ; public schools. Gran- 
ite contractor and builder. Granite Cutters' International Union. Com- 
mon council 1901-2, 1904, 1906-7 (president '06). Committees on harbors 
and public lands, public lighting, House 1910. 

Vote of district: J. C. Hanrahan, Rep. Cit, 358; J. A. MacDonald, 
Rep. Ind., 275; George A. Ricker, Rep., 571. 

District No. 23. — Ward 1 Gloucester, Rockport. — CHARLES E. EL- 
WELL, Republican, Independent, Rockport, born there June 20, 1882; 
public schools, Gloucester Business College. Fish glue manufacturer. 
Masons, Odd Fellows, Elks, Red Men. Committee on harbors and public 
lands (clerk), House 1910. 

Vote of district: Charles E. Elwell, Rep. Ind., 826; M. Haskell, 
Rep., 776. 

District No. 24. — Essex, Hamilton, Ipswich, Middlcton, Rowley, Tops- 
field, Wenham.— ARTHUR D. STORY, Republican, of Essex, was born 
there Oct. 11, 1854; educated in public schools and Phillips Academy of 
Andover. Ship builder. Starr King lodge Knights of Pythias, Ocean 
lodge Odd Fellows ; trustee Burnham Public Library. Member state Elec- 
toral College of 1900. In House 1896, clerk of committee on harbors and 
public lands; taxation, House 1910. 

J'ote of district: Arthur D. Story, Rep., 1,305; all others, four. 

District No. 25. — Wards 1, 2, 3, 4 Nezvburyport. — CLARENCE J. 
FOGG, Republican, Newburyport, born there July 10, 1853 ; public schools. 
Followed sea, chief officer of ships ; shoe cutter. Common council 1900, 
alderman 1901-2. Republican club of Massachusetts. Masons, A. O U. W. 
Committee on liquor law, special revision taxation laws, and redistricting 
committee 1906; counties (chairman), taxation, 1907-8-9-10. 

Vote of district: Clarence J. Fogg, Rep., 927.; all others, none. 

District No. 26. — Georgetown, Newbury, Wards 5, 6 Newburyport, 
Salisbury, West Ncivbury.— SAMUEL F. COFFIN, Democrat, West New- 
bury, born there Dec. 27, 185 1 ; public schools. Farmer, real estate. Ma- 
sons, Farmers' club; tax collector 1895-10, town treasurer 1897-10. House 



MASSACHUSETTS LEGISLATURE, 1910 139 

1903, '06-7-8, committees on towns, agriculture, parishes and religious so- 
cieties, public lighting; harbors and public lands, public lighting, 1910. 
Died March 26. 

Vote of district: Samuel F. Coffin, Dem., 844; A. C. Reed, Rep., 829. 

FRANKLIN COUNTY. 

District No. i. — Ashfield, Buckland, Charlemont, Colrain, Conway, 
Hawley, Heath, Monroe, Rowc, Shelbume, Whately.— WILLIAM. B. 
AVERY, Republican, (East) Charlemont, born there July 11, 1856; pub- 
lic schools. Farmer, auctioneer, cattle dealer. Selectman, overseer of 
poor since 1897, president Deerfield Agricultural Society 1904-5-6. 
Charlemont Grange. Committee on agriculture, House 1909-1910; also 
milk investigation (special). 

Vote of district : William B. Avery, Rep., 893 ; all others, eight. 

District No. 2. — Greenfield. — HENRY BOND, Republican, of Green 
field, was born in Ware, July 7, 1856; educated in its public schools. Mas- 
sachusetts Agricultural College, class of 1876. Purchasing agent of Ameri- 
can Watch Company of Waltham ; chairman operating board of American 
Radiator Company of Chicago ; director of American Radiator Company. 
President of Massachusetts Baptist Missionary Society; alderman in Wal- 
tham 1887-88-89, on its school committee 1890-91. Committee on ways 
and means, House 1910; also Lyman School investigation (special). 

Vote of district: Henry Bond, Rep., 717; E. P. Harrison, Dem., 450; 
W. S. Hutchins, Soc, 226. 

District No. 3. — Bemardston, Deerfield, Gill, Leverett. Ley den, Mon- 
tague, Sunderland. — JOHN W. HAIGIS, Republican, Montague (Turners 
Falls), born there July 31, 1881 ; public schools. Junior member firm of 
Bardwell & Haigis, stationers. Mechanics lodge Masons (senior war- 
den), Samoset tribe Red Men (past sachem), Franklin Royal Arch chap- 
ter, Connecticut Valley commandery Knights Templar ; Valley lodge Odd 
Fellows, Gustav Adolph lodge Order of Harugari. Committee on rail- 
roads, House 1909; railroads (clerk), rules 1910. 

Vote of district: John W. Haicis, Rep., 1.093; all others, sesven. 

District No. 4. Erving, Mew Salem. NorthHeld, Orange, Shutesbiiry, 
Warwick, Wendell— ALTON A. UPTON, Republican, Orange, born in 
Templeton Nov. 21, 1864; public schools. Mechanic in works of the New 
Home Sewing Machine Company in Orange. Past grand Social lodge 
Odd Fellows, past sachem Hockanum tribe Red Men, past commander 
Sheridan camp Sons of Veterans; president of Equitable club; secretary 
and chairman Republican town committee five years. Committee on coun- 
ties, House 1909; counties, education, 1910. 

Vote of district: J. E. Monroe, Dem.. 497; Alton A. Upton. Rep., 
784. 

HAMPDEN COUNTY. 

District No. i.- — BrimHeld, Holland, Monson, Palmer, Wales. — ED- 
WARD D. CUSHMAN, Republican, of Monson, was born Monson, Me., 
Sept. 15, 1853; educated in its public schools and Monson (Mass.) Acad- 
emy. Woolen manufacturer from 1874 to 1901, when he retired. Town 
treasurer 1879-98; president Monson Savings Bank 1902-10; director 
Monson National Bank 1900-10. Committee on street railways, House 
1910. 

Vote of district: Edward D. Cushman, Rep., 1,011; J. P. Herlihy, 
Dem., 718. 



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District No. 2.—Agawam, Blandford, Chester, East Longmeadow, 
Granville, Hampden, Longmeadow, Ludlow, Montgomery, Russell, South- 
wick, Tolland, West Springfield, Wilbraham. WILLIAM F. FLETCH- 
ER, Republican, of Southwick, was born in Granby July I, 1851 ; educated 
in the public schools of Chicopee and Granby. Been in milling, grain and 
flour business for 34 years. President of Men's club ; town clerk 1879-80- 
1-2; selectman, assessor and overseer of poor, 1885-6 (chairman '86). 
Member Western Massachusetts Fox club. Committee on drainage, House 
1910. 

GEORGE B. ROBINSON, Republican, of East Longmeadow, was 
born there Oct. 7, 1866; educated in its public schools and Childs' Business 
College of Springfield. Stone contractor, of firm of Saun & Robinson; 
retired from stone business in 1899, and since then in general contract 
and real estate business. Selectman, assessor, overseer of poor and board 
of health of Longmeadow (before town division) in 1893-4; same offices 
in East Longmeadow (after town division) 1894-5, 1903-4-5. 1908-9-10; 
tax collector 1908-9-10. Member Watchogue tribe of Red Men. On com- 
mittee on public service in House of 1910. 

Vote of district: H. D. Aldrich, Soc, 138; W. J. Arnold, Dem., 751; 
J F. Barry, Dem., 1,094; J. M. Chapin, Soc, 92; William F. Fletcher, 
Rep., 1,108; George B. Robinson, Rep., 1,108. 

District No. 3.— Ward 1 Springfield— JOHN H. CURTISS, Republi- 
can, of Springfield, was born in Cheshire Oct. 9, 1870; educated in the 
public schools. With American Express Company 1891-98, since then in 
parcel delivery business. Member of Hampden lodge of Masons, Morning 
Star royal arch chapter; Hampden lodge of Odd Fellows; Calhoun, 
Memorial and Masonic clubs. Common council 1907-8-9; city committee 
1905-6. Committee on water supply House 1910. 

Vote of district: John Henry Curtiss, Rep., 774; W. C. Fronk, Soc, 
97; L. J. Gour, Dem., 708. 

District No. 4.— Wards 2, 3 Springfield.— MICHAEL J. SCULLY. 
Democrat, Springfield, born in Ireland, Dec. 4, 1863 ; schools of Hclyoke. 
In the employ of Boston & Maine Railroad Company. A. O. U. W., 
Division 6, A. O. H. ; Eagles, M. C. O. F., Brotherhood of Railroad Train- 
men. Common council, 1904-8. Committee on railroads, House 1909-10. 

Vote of district: J. H. Harrington, Rep., 457; S. C. Roberts, Soc, 
68; Michael J. Scully, Dem., 770. 

District No. 5.— Wards 4, 5, 6 Springfield.— ALBERT P. LANG- 
TRY, Republican, of Springfield, was born in Wakefield July 27, i860; its 
public schools. Editor and publisher of Springfield Union. Masons. Com- 
mittee on mercantile affairs, House 1910. 

PAUL I. LOMBARD, Republican, of Springfield, was born there July 
16, 1875 ; educated in its public schools and Boston University Law School, 
class of 1901. Lawyer. Chairman of Republican city committee in 1907-8. 
Committee on cities, House 1910. 

Vote of district : J. B. Fowler, Soc, 192 ; J. Kuhn, Soc, 125 ; Albert 
P. Langtry, Rep., Dem., 1,367; Paul L. Lombard, Rep., 1,328; F. W. Otto, 
Dem. 1,153. 

District No. 6. Ward 7 Springfield.— CHARLES T. HOLT, Repub- 
lican, Sprinefield. born in Petersham Aug. 1, 1845: public schools, New- 
ton Theological Seminary, class of 1879- Enlisted in Co. C, 1st Conn. 
Regt, April 20, 1861, Army of the Potomac, until mustered out, Aug. 31, 
1861. E. K. Wilcox G. A. R. post, and president of the corporation 1906. 
Been coal merchant, clergyman, life insurance agent. Hampden lodge Ma- 



MASSACHUSETTS LEGISLATURE, 1910 141 

sons since 1867. Clerk of committee on parishes and religious societies, 
and on harbors and public lands, House 1907; same committees, 1908; in- 
surance (chairman), military affairs, 1909-10. 

Vote of district: Charles T. Holt, Rep., 1,054; P. J. Phelan, Soc, 
208. 

District No. 7.— Ward 8 Springfield.— ERNEST A. WITT, Republi- 
can, of Springfield, was born there July 12, 1875 ; educated in its public 
schools and Springfield Commercial College, class of 1895. Clerk, sales- 
man, traveling salesman, real estate. Member of L. A. Tifft camp Sons of 
Veterans, assistant assessor 1904-9. Member Hampden lodge of Odd Fel- 
lows. Co. H, Naval Brigade, hospital steward, yeoman, treasurer ; chief 
master-at-arms Naval Brigade, 11 years' service, expert marksman. Sec- 
retary of Republican city committee 1908-9. Committees on military af- 
fairs (clerk), liquor laws, House 1910. 

Vote of district: P. Schmidt, Soc, 209; Ernest A. Witt, Rep., 828. 

District No. 8. — Chicopee.— JOHN J. BARRY, Democrat. Chicopee, 
born in Springfield Jan. 4, 1877 ; public schools, Holy Cross College. Two 
years in newspaper work, seven years in water department. Foresters, Red 
Men. School committee since Jan. 1, 1910. Clerk of committee on educa- 
tion, House 1909-10. 

Vote of district: John J. Barry, Dem., 1,182; A. E. Roberts, Rep., 
982; J. A. Whiting, Soc, 74. 

District No. 9.— Wards 1, 2, 4 Holyoke.— FRANCIS X. QUIGLEY, 
Democrat-Republican, Holyoke, born there Nov. 20, 1882; Holyoke High 
school, class of 1901. Newspaper correspondent. Clerk in municipal 
gas and electric department, and Holyoke Water Power Company. 
Knights of Columbus, Boston Press club. Committee on cities, House 
1908; cities (clerk), 1909; taxation (clerk), monitor 1st division, 1910. 

Vote of district: J. Haller, Soc, 190; Francis X. Quigley, Dem., 
Rep., 1,457. 

District No. 10.— Wards 3, 6 Holyoke.— THOMAS DA VIES, Demo- 
crat, Holyoke, born in Didsbury, England, Feb. 11, 1875; public school. 
Hosiery, auto business. Odd Fellows, Elks, Union club. Committee on 
labor, House 1909; election laws, 1910. 

J'ote of district: S. Butcher, Rep., 413; Thomas Davies, Dem., 1,142; 
C. W. Koehler, Soc, 156. 

District No. 11.— Wards 5, 7 Holyoke— THOMAS F. McCUL- 
LOUGH, Democrat, Holyoke, brn in Palmer March 16, 1882 ; public 
schools. Cigar manufacturer. Park Lyceum. Committee on labor, House 
1910. 

Vote of district: E. A. Buckland, Soc, 80; Thomas F. McCullough. 
Dem., 892; Jens. J. Madsen, Rep., 837. 

District No. 12. — West-field. — Charles M. Gardner, Republican, of 
Westfield, was born in Huntington July 19, 1872; educated in Westfield 
High school 1890. Reporter of Valley Echo from 1890 to 1900; president 
Valley Echo Company 1894-05. Past master Westfield Grange. 
Lecturer State Grange, 1906-09. Master State Grange 1910-11. For 
several years Western Massachusetts representative of Boston Commer- 
cial Bulletin and other well-known "trade" papers. During his work in 
Grange has given much time to its educational work. Member State Dairy 
Bureau ; past chancellor commander St. Elmo lodge Knights of Pythias ; 
Metacomet tribe Red Men; vice-president Massachusetts Federation Men's 
Clubs ; director Westfield Board of Trade, Western Massachusetts Fox 
club ; Veteran Firemen ; president Men's club Second Congregational 



142 A SOUVENIR OF 

Church ; director Y. M. C. A. ; Massachusetts Civic League. House of 
1909, committees on agriculture (clerk), education; chairman agriculture, 
and on special milk investigation, 1910. 

Vote of district: F. S. Dewey, Dem., 958; Charles M. Gardner, Rep., 

i,i47- 

HAMPSHIRE COUNTY. 

District No. \.— Northampton.— CHARLES A. MONTGOMERY, 
Republican, Northampton, born E. Boothbay, Me., Sept. 3, 1857 ; public 
schools. Hardware, agricultural tools, seeds. Common council 1908-9; 
agent board of health five years, sec. and treas. of Hampshire, Franklin & 
Hampden Agricultural Society, I. O. O. F. Committee on public health, 
House 1910. 

Vote of district: Charles A. Montgomery, Rep., 1,320; A. J. Preece, 
Dem., 1,244. 

District No. 2. — Chesterfield, Cummington, Easthampton, Goshen, 
Huntington, Middlcfield, PlainHcld, Southampton, Westhampton, Wil- 
liamsburg, Worthington.— LEONARD F. HARDY, Republican, of Hunt- 
ington, was born in Weedsport, N. Y., Oct. 24, 1874; educated in Weeds- 
port and Cortland, N. Y., public schools and Fairfield Military Academy, 
class of 1893. Lawyer. Chairman selectmen 1896-10; assessors and over- 
seers of poor 1896-9, 1901-10; chairman building committee on new High 
school house 1907; chairman water commission when water system in- 
stalled 1898 at cost of $30,000. Past master Huntington lodge Masons; 
member Springfield commandery Knights Templar, Melha temple Mystic 
Shrine ; Huntington Grange. Committee on street railways, House 1910. 

Vote of district: E. P. Egan, Dem., 758; Leonard F. Hardy, Rep., 
1,236. 

District No. 3. — Amherst, Hadley, Hatfield, South Hadley. — FRANK 
HERBERT SMITH, Republican, of Hadley, was born there Dec. 15, 1871 ; 
educated in its public schools and its Hopkins Academy, and Amherst 
College, class of 1893; and University of Pennsylvania, medical depart- 
ment, 1898. Taught school one year, student and practicing physician 
since. Member of Jerusalem lodge of Masons of Northampton. Presi- 
dent of Hampshire County Medical Society; chairman of school commit- 
tee, trustee of town library, chairman of water commissioners ; treasurer 
of Hadley Gas Company; chairman of committee in charge of 250th an- 
niversary of town ; corporator of Northampton Institution for Savings ; 
treasurer Hadley Lighting Company ; Sons of American Revolution, Phi 
Delta Theta. Committee on public health, House 1910. 

Vote of district: Frank H. Smith, Rep., 1,320; all others, two. 

District No. 4. — Belchertown, Enfield, Granbv, Greenwich, Pelham, 
Prescott, Ware.— WALDO H. PEIRCE, Republican, Prescott, born there 
Feb. 25, 1850; New Salem, Monson academies. Farmer, painter, Masons, 
Grange. Held most town offices. Committee on libraries, House 1909; 
fisheries and game, 1910. 

Vote of district: G. F. Eastman, Dem., 590; Waldo F. Pierce, Rep., 
805 ; E. E. Richardson, Soc, 203. 

MIDDLESEX COUNTY. 

District No. 1.— -Wards 1, 2, 3 Cambridge.— JOSEPH J. REED, Dem- 
ocrat, of Cambridge, was born in Brookline July 14. 1867; educated in 
Father Scully parochial and Cambridge grammar, and Latin High schools. 
Produce dealer. Committee on public service, House 1910. 

THOMAS RYAN, Democrat, Cambridge, born in Cork, Ireland, April 
17, 1877; public schools. Teaming business. Common council 1907-8. Com- 
mittee on metropolitan affairs, House 1910. 



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Vote of district: Wm. Cavanaugh, Soc, 47; G. H. Hodgkins, Rep., 
314; J. J. Leonard, Soc., 38; Joseph J. Reed, Dem., 1,785; Thomas Ryan, 
Dem., 1,603. 

District No. 2. — Wards 4, 5, 6, 7 Cambridge. — JAMES W. BEAN, 
Republican, Cambridge, born in Somerville May II, 1866; public schools, 
graduating from High school in 1884. In newspaper business for 20 
years as proprietor of Cambridge Chronicle and member of reportorial 
staff of Boston Post, Advertiser and Herald and Globe at different peri- 
ods. Putnam lodge Masons, Cambridge lodge Elks, Citizens' trade Asso- 
ciation. Committee on ways and means, House 1909; rules, ways and 
means, 1910; also milk investigation (special). 

JULIUS MEYERS, Republican, Cambridge, born in Posen, Germany, 
Dec. 6, 1854; public schools New York City. Masons, Knights of Pythias, 
Red Men, Odd Fellows. Common council 1903-4-5 ; city committee. Com- 
mittees on street railways; special on revision taxation laws, 1906; public 
health, street railways, 1907-8; printing (chairman), street railways, 1909; 
street railways, 1910. 

HARRY A. PENNIMAN, Republican, Cambridge, born there March 
25, 1867; its public schools. Carriage- maker. Masons, Odd Fellows, 
Knights of Pythias, Red Men. Common council 1905 ; alderman 1906-7. 
Citizens' Trade Association, Good Government League, Republican city 
committee 1907-8-9. Committee on mercantile affairs, House 1909-10. 

Vote of district: James W. Bean, Rep., 2,890; Julius Meyers. Rep., 
2,922; Harry A. Penniman, Rep., 2,838; E. R. Rideout, Soc. ,348; L. C. 
Spachman, Soc, 269; J. Tiedenthal, Jr., Soc, 265. 

District No. 3. — Wards 8, 9, 10, 11 Cambridge. — RUSSELL D. 
CRANE, Republican, of Cambridge, was born in Hartford, Conn., May 26, 
1877; educated in public schools, Harvard College 1900. President Ameri- 
can Bank-clock Specialty Company. Cambridge common council 1005-6; 
aldermen 1907-8. Boston City, Colonial clubs ; vice-president Cambridge 
Republican club; Republican city committee. Committee on railroads, 
House 1910. 

GEORGE L. DOW, Republican, Cambridge, born there Dec. 3, 1878; 
public schools. Real estate, insurance. Committee on cities, House 1910. 

RUSSELL A. WOOD, Republican, Cambridge, born there March 25, 
1880; public schools, Harvard College, class of 1903. Reporter on Boston 
Post. Mt. Olivet lodge Masons, Mt. Sinai lodge Odd Fellows, Cambridge 
lodge Elks, Citizens' Trade Association. Common council 1904-5-6. Com- 
mittee on taxation, House 1909; constitutional amendments (chairman), 
taxation, 1910. 

Vote of district: Russell D. Crane, Rep., 2,162; M. J. Anglin, Dem., 
1,645; George L. Dow, Rep., 2,017; J- T. Morris, Soc, 199; Russell W. 
Wood, Rep., 2,361. 

District No. 4.— Newton.— HENRY E. BOTHFELD, Republican, 
Newton, born New York City Mar. 4, 1850: Newton public schools. Manu- 
facturer of fibre and leather-boards until 1890; trustee, owner and operator 
in real estate. Common council 1891-2; aldermen, 1893-4, president both 
years ; mayor 1895, declining re-election ; 1896 chairman charter revision 
commission; school committee 1901-10 (chairman 1909-10). Director 
National Market Bank, Boston; also Newton Co-operative Bank; trustee 
Newton Savings Bank and member investment committee ; trustee and on 
finance committee of Newton Hospital ; Boston Chamber of Commerce, 
Republican club of Massachusetts, American Unitarian Association. Uni- 
tarian club of Boston. Committee on metropolitan affairs, House 1910. 

GEORGE HENRY ELLIS, Republican, of Newton, was born in Med- 



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field Oct. 3, 1848; educated in public schools. In printing and publishing 
business ; treasurer of George H. Ellis Company. Trustee Massachusetts 
Agricultural College and Simmons College. Newton board of aldermen 
three years ; president United Typothetae of America three years ; member 
Brae Burn club. Committees on labor and street railways, House 1910. 

THOMAS W. WHITE, Republican, of Newton, was born there Jan. 
10, 1876; educated in its grammar and High schools. Druggist. Member 
Dalhousie lodge Masons, Newton royal arch chapter, Gethsemane com- 
mandery Knights Templar, Aleppo temple Mystic Shrine; Home lodge 
Odd Fellows and Garden City encampment. Aldermen 1904-5-6-7-8-9; 
Boston City, Newton, Middlesex, Players' and Civic clubs; Oak lodge 
A. O. U. W. Committee on ways and means, House 1910. 

Vote of district: Henry E. Bothfeld, Rep., 3,104; George H. Ellis, 
Rep., 3,146; M. J. Moore, Soc, 175; E. E. Murphy, Dem., 1,414; P. J- 
Powers, Soc, 167; Thomas W. White. Rep., 3,460. 

District No. 5.— Walt ham.— NATHAN A. TUFTS, Republican, Wal- 
tham, born in Fitchburg April 15, 1879; educated in Fitchburg High school 
1896, Brown University 1900, Boston University Law School 1903 ; ad- 
mitted to bar 1903. Lawyer. Masons. Odd Fellows ; past exalted ruler 
Waltham lodge Elks; Phi Delta Phi (law school fraternity), Delta Up- 
silon (college fraternity), Boston City club, Waltham Business Men's As- 
sociation. Aldermen 1907-8-9 (chairman committee on ordinances '09). 
Chairman committee on engrossed bills, and on election laws, House 1910. 

ROBERT N. TURNER, Republican, Waltham, born there March 6, 
1882 ; public schools, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston Uni- 
versity Litt. B. '06, and Boston University Law School (J. B. and J. M. 
'07) ; Beta Theta Pi Society. Alderman 1008-9 5 city committee. Lawyer. 
Committee on judiciary (clerk), House 1910. 

Vote of district: T. F. Kearns, Dem., 1,752; T. A. Mellor Dem., 
1,064; Nathan A. Tufts, Rep., 2,436; Robert N. Turner, Rep., 2,350. 

District No. 6.— Natick.— MICHAEL F. McGRATH, Democrat, of 
Natick, was born in that town Oct. 26, 1861 ; educated in public and private 
schools. Manufacturer of heavy shoes, real estate, insurance ; also in shoe 
factory. Selectman 1904-5-6-7-8. Member Knights of Sherwood Forest, 
Catholic Order of Foresters and American Order; Eagles, A. O. H. Com- 
mittee on towns, House 1910. 

Vote of district: G. C. Fairbanks, Rep., 1,001; Michael F. McGrath, 
Dem., 1,084. 

District No. 7.— Framingham.— DAVID C. AHEARN, Democrat, of 
Framingham, was born in Rotherham, England, Nov. 4, 1879; educated in 
Framingham High School, Boston University Law School, class of 1906 
(class prophet). Book-keeper while attending law school, in business with 
a building contractor ; practicing lawyer since 1906. Trustee Framingham 
Hospital. Committees on bills in third reading, counties, House 1910; also 
Lyman School investigation (special). 

Vote of district: David C. Ahearn, Dem., 1,297; C. N. Hargraves, 
Rep., 866. 

District No. 8. — Ashland, Holliston, Hopkinton, Sherborn. — J. DUD- 
LEY CLARK, Republican, of Sherborn, was born in St. Louis, Mo., July 
16, 1880; educated in public and private schools and Harvard College, 
class of 1903. Banker and broker, member of firm of H. C. Wainwright 
& Co. Vice-president of class of 1903 Harvard ; member 'varsity and base- 
ball teams ; member D. K. E., Institute of 1770, Hasty Pudding club, Zeta 
Psi club, Harvard clubs of New York and Boston, Exchange club, Mass. 
Automobile club, Norfolk Hunt club, Country club. Selectman of Sher- 



MASSACHUSETTS LEGISLATURE, 1910 145 

born ; member Republican town and state committees. Committee on street 
railways (clerk). House 1910. 

Vote of district: J. Dudley Clark, Rep., 773; A. S. Hayes, Dem., 759. 

District No. 9.— Marlborough,— CHARLES F. McCARTHY, Demo- 
crat, Marlborough, born there Aug. 15, 1876; public schools. Newspaper 
reporter. Enlisted in Co. F, Sixth Massachusetts, May 18, 1898; served 
in Porto Rico, promoted to corporal, mustered out Jan. 21, 1899. Marl- 
borough council Knights of Columbus, F. C. Curtis Camp Sons of 
Veterans, E. D. Marshall Camp United Spanish War Veterans, Division 
16, A. O. H., Pastime boat club. One year in Boston University Law 
School. Common council 1901-4, president '04, Alderman 1905-07. On 
commissions to construct new public library 1903, new city hall 1904, and 
new central fire and police station 1907. Clerk of committee on public 
service, and on military affairs, House 1908; military affairs (clerk), 
public service, 1909; mercantile affairs, 1910. 

Vote of district: O. S. Leduct, Soc, 102; Charles F. McCarthy, 
Dem., 1,821 ; W. Temple, Rep., 928. 

District No. 10. — Boxborough, Hudson, Maynard, Stozt'. — ALBERT 
BATLEY, Republican, of Maynard, was born in Morley, Yorkshire, Eng- 
land, Jan. 16, 1856 ; educated in private schools. Came to America in 1867, 
resided in Bridgeton, Me., three and one-half years, and in Maynard since 
June 2, 1871. Woolen mill operative, foreman 20 years; florist since 1892; 
Republican town committee eight years (chairman 1909-10) ; Boston & 
Gardner Florists club ; American Carnation society. On committee on 
prisons in House of 1910. 

Vote of district: Albert Batley, Rep., 990; L. H. Murphy, Dem., 948. 

District No. ii. — Acton, Aver, Carlisle, Chelmsford, Littleton, West- 
ford.— ELISHA D. STONE, Republican, Ayer, born in Harvard May 6, 
1852 ; Lawrence Academy. Clothing business 25 years, fire insurance last 
ten years. Masons, Odd Fellows. Town treasurer 20 years ; selectman 
seven years; chairman three years; trustee North Middlesex Savings Bank. 
Clerk of committee on towns in House 1909; insurance, 1910. 

Vote of district: J. M. Fletcher, Dem., 589; Elisha D. Stone, Rep., 
1,108. 

District No. 12. — Ashbv, Dunstable, Groton, Pcpperell, Shirlev, Town- 
send, Tyngsborough. SAVILLION W. LONGLEY, Republican, of Shir- 
ley, was born in Leominster July 7, 1841 ; educated in public schools, in- 
cluding High. Station agent of Fitchburg Railroad five and a half years ; 
commercial salesman 10 years ; book-keeper 20 years ; insurance and fire 
extinguishers since. Noble grand Fredonia lodge Odd Fellows seven 
terms ; D. D. G. M. five years ; King David encampment ; past mastei Can- 
ton Hebron. His father was member of House of Representatives in 1859, 
first year of present district system, and represented the 26th Middlesex, 
which was practically the same as the present 12th. The subject of this 
sketch is the fourth of the Longleys from Shirley that has represented the 
present district system of representation. On committee on towns in 
House of 1910. 

Vote of district: Savillion W. Longley, Rep., 907; all others, five. 

District No. 13. — Bedford, Concord, Lincoln, Sudbury, Wayland, 
Weston.— W1NTHROP H. FAIRBAIK, Democrat, of Sudbury," was 
born there March 13, 1857; educated in the public schools. Is a farmer. 
Member Holstein-Friesian Association of America ; charter member Sud- 
bury Grange; selectman 1882, overseer of poor 1902-8; Young Men's 
Democratic club of Massachusetts ; school committee 1907 to date ; Demo- 



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cratic town committee eight years (chairman) ; clerk or trustee First 
Parish church (Unitarian) 25 years and at present. Committee on agri- 
culture, House 1910. 

Vote of district: Winthrop H. Fairbank, Dem., 1,057; C. W. Pres- 
cott, Rep., 923. 

District No. 14.— Dracut, Ward 1 Lowell— GEORGE H. STEVENS, 
Republican, Dracut, born there Aug. 18, 1868; public and private schools. 
On Union Pacific Railroad 1889-94; grocer since. Masons, Odd Fellows, 
Grange, Vesper Country club. In House of 1905 committee on roads and 
bridges. Same 1910. 

Vote of district: J. J. Mahoney, Dem., Ind., 554; A. E. Palmer, Soc, 
34; George H. Stevens, Rep., 956. 

District No. 15.— Ward 2 Lowell— JOHN E. KEARNS, Democrat, 
of Lowell, was born there Oct. 31, 1881 ; educated in its public schools. In 
laundry business : Common council 1908-9. Industry council Royal Ar- 
canum, C. Y. M. L., Knights of Equity. Committee on military affairs, 
House 1910. 

Vote of district : John E. Kearns, Dem., 972 ; all others, none. 

District No. 16.— Ward 4 Lowell— MARTIN F. CONLEY, Demo- 
crat, born in Ireland April 27, 1870; public schools of Dracut and Lowell 
Commercial College. Barber. Royal Arcanum, Foresters. Overseer of 
poor in 1901-2-3-4 (chairman '04). Committee on public charitable insti- 
tutions, House 1906; drainage, public health, 1907-8; election laws, pub- 
lic health, 1909; public lighting, 1910. 

Vote of district: Martin F. Conley, Dem., 1,788; Gunn, Soc, 46; 
J. F. Robinson, Rep., 308. 

District No. 17.— Wards 3, 6, 7 Lowell— ERSON B. BARLOW, Re- 
publican, Lowell, born in Helena, N. Y., Oct. 20, 1883; Helena Academy, 
Cornwall Commercial College. Merchandise, milling, insurance. Royal 
Arcanum. Committee on insurance, House 1909; pay roll, public service, 
1910. 

GEORGE E. MARCHAND, Republican, of Lowell, was born there 
Dec. 22, 1877; educated in public schools. Chauffeur. Common council 
1907-8; trustee Chauffeur Operators' Association, Lowell Eagles No. 223, 
Metropolitan club, Franco- American club of Massachusetts, Franco-Amer- 
ican club of Lowell, Middlesex Social club, Pawtucketville Social club, 
Centralville Social club, Y. M. C.A. Association. Committee on prisons, 
House 1910. 

Vote of district: Erson B. Barlow, Rep., 2,117; W. J. Carroll, Soc, 
101 ; T. A. Golden, Dem., 1,256; George E. Marchand, Rep., 2,226; S. F. 
Monahan, Dem., 1,293; J. H. Murphy, Soc, 75. 

District No. 18.— Ward 8 Lowell— CHARLES- T. KILLPARTRICK, 
Republican, of Lowell, was born in England Dec. 31, 1852; came to Amer- 
ica at six years ; educated in public schools. Fruit, confectionery, cigar 
business. Common council 1894-5; Oberlin lodge Odd Fellows. Commit- 
tee on drainage, House 1910. 

Vote of district: F. Burgess, Soc, 170; Charles T. Killpartrick, 
Rep., 867. 

District No. ig.—Billerica, Ward 9, Lowell, Tewksbury.— THOMAS 
S. CUFF, Democrat, of Lowell, was born in Ireland Dec. 26, 1878; educated 
in Lowell public schools, including two years in its High school. Is a drug 
clerk. Member of Lowell council Knights of Columbus, Young Men's 
Catholic Institute, United States Cricket Club and Athletic Association- 
Committee on public health, House 1910. 



MASSACHUSETTS LEGISLATURE, 1910 147 

Vote of district: A. C. Blaisdell, Rep., 979; Thomas S. Cuff, Dem., 
1,009. 

District No. 20. — Burlington, North Reading, Wilmington, Wobnrn. 
— GEORGE F. BEAN, Republican, of Woburn, was born in Bradford, 
N. H., March 24, 1857; educated in the High school of Warner, N. H., 
Colby Academy of New London, N. H., Brown University 1881, Boston 
University Law School 1885. Lawyer. Mayor 1891 ; school board 1896-08 
(chairman most of the time) ; Towanda club, Republican club of Massa- 
chusetts ; president Boston Alumni Association of Brown University 1909, 
and chairman of advisory council of same association. Committees on 
federal relacions and railroads, House of 1910. 

JOSEPH D. GOWING, Republican, of North Reading, was born 
there Sept. 17, 1843; educated in its public schools. Farmer. Treasurer 
and tax collector since 1873 ; selectman, assessor and overseer of the poor 
most of the time since 1870. Member of North Reading Grange; of Good 
Fellowship club of Reading. On committee on counties in House of 1910. 

Vote of district: George F. Bean, Rep., 1,815; W. S. Campbell, Dem., 
1,162; Joseph D. Gowing, Rep., 1,737; M. J. Meagher, Dem., 1,321. 

District No. 21.— Wakefield.— CHARLES A. DEAN, Democrat, of 
Wakefield, was born in England 1857 ; educated in public schools. Rattan 
business ; farming. Assessor, president board of trade, chairman water 
commissioners ; Souhegan lodge of Odd Fellows, Wm. McKinley lodge 
Knights of Pythias, Lucius Beebe court Foresters. House 1898-05, 1907-8, 
committees in insurance, railroads, taxation, special on revision corpora- 
tion laws; insurance (and insurance special), rules, railroads; monitor, 
chairman Rouse Democrats 1903 ; author of inheritance tax and lower rail- 
road fares bills ; committee on taxation, House 1910. 

Vote of district : J. S. Bonney, Rep., 952 ; Charles A. Dean, Dem., 
1,056. 

District No. 22.— Melrose.— ARTHUR S. DAVIS, Republican, of 
Melrose, born in San Francisco, Cal., March 30, 1867; Chelsea public 
schools, B. U. Law School 1892. Lawyer. Masons, Odd Fellows. Com- 
mittees on bills in third reading, and election laws, House 1910. 

J'ote of district: J. H. Clausen, Dem., 518; Arthur S. Davis, Rep., 
1,524. 

District No. 23 — Maiden.— ALVIN E. BLISS, Republican, of Mai- 
den, was born in Brookline Sept. 16, 1858; educated in public schools. In 
wholesale and retail dry goods business 1876-86; electric light and gas 
1886 to date ; general superintendent of Maiden Electric, Maiden and Mel- 
rose Gaslight, Suburban Gas and Electric, and Haverhill Electric com- 
panies. Converse lodge Masons, Melrose council, Tabernacle chapter, 
Beauseant commandery Knights Templar, Aleppo temple Mystic Shrine; 
Middlesex lodge Odd Fellows, Middlesex encampment, Canton Maiden, 
department commander Patriarchs Militant, Resolute lodge Rebekahs, 
Mystic-side council Royal Arcanum. F. E. Converse lodge Knights of 
Pythias ; Kernwood and Maiden clubs, Nayasset club of Springfield ; 
Fourth district councillor committee (chairman 1906 of old Sixth district, 
member 19 years). Common council 1887-8. Committee on cities (clerk) 
1910. 

THOMAS P. RILEY, Democrat, Maiden, born in Medford July 11, 
1875 ; Maiden public schools, Bryant & Stratton's Commercial College, 
Seton Hall College, Orange, N. J., A.B. '95, A.M. '97, B. U. Law School 
'99, LL.B. Lawyer. Elks, A. O. H. ; Shawmut, Quincy clubs. Commit- 
tees on bills in third reading and printing, House 1908; mercantile affairs 
(clerk), 1909; judiciary, 1910. 



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LYNDE SULLIVAN, Republican, of Maiden, was born there 
Oct. 4, 1865 ; educated in public and private schools, Harvard Col- 
lege 1888. Lawyer. Member Mt. Vernon lodge Masons. Common coun- 
cil four years ; Order of Cincinnati, Elks. Committee on education, House 
1910. 

Vote of district: P. Appel, Soc, 195; Alvin E. Bliss, Rep., 2,524; 
C. E. Dennett, Rep., 2,320; H. Kenneally, Soc, 163; Thomas P. Riley, 
Dem., 2,881 ;Lynde Sullivan, Rep., 2,324; J. D. Williams, Soc, 227. 

District No. 24.— Everett.— CHARLES W. ATKINS, Republican, 
Everett, born in Canaan, Me., June 22, 1854; public schools, Canaan High 
school. Real estate and building business. Everett lodge of Elks, Semper 
Idem council Royal Arcanum, Everett lodge N. E. O. P. Common coun- 
cil, 1904-5 ; aldermen, 1906-7. Committee on taxation, House 1909 ; banks 
and banking, 19 10. 

JAMES F. CAVANAGH, Republican, of Everett, was born in Chel- 
sea June 19, 1872 ; educated in Everett public schools, Y. M. C A. Evening 
Law School, Boston University Law School. Entered insurance business 
in 1889 in office of Endicott & Macomber, becoming chief clerk in marine 
department; then with John C. Paige & Co.; then Boston manager of New 
York Life; then state manager of Washington Life, relinquishing that for 
law in 1907. Past state deputy supreme knight Knights of Columbus, past 
exalted ruler Everett lodge Elks. Member Boston City club, Court City 
of Everett, Foresters of America, Charitable Irish Society, Young Men's 
Catholic Association of Boston; vice-president Everett board of trade; 
associate member Post 156 G. A. R., Kearsarge association Naval Veter- 
ans ; Co. B Eighth regiment, Everett Y. M. C. A. Committees on insur- 
ance and taxation, and Southbridge Savings Bank investigation (special), 
in House of 1910. 

Vote of district: Charles W. Atkins, Rep., 1,880; James F. Cava- 
nagh, Rep., 2,047; F. P. Greenwood, Ind. Cit., 1,053; C. E. Hobbs, Dem., 
501; J. F. O'Connor, Dem., 515. 

District No. 25. — Wards 1, 3, 4, 5 Somerville. — WILLIAM M. 
ARMSTRONG, Republican, Somerville, born in Mechanic Falls, Me., 
Aug. 17, 1850; grammar and High schools of Chatham, Mass. Manufac- 
turer and dealer of cooperage. Common council, 1890 ; aldermen, 1905-6-7. 
Member John Abbott lodge Masons, Somerville lodge A. O. U. W. ; Som- 
erville council Royal Arcanum ; ex-president Y. M. C. A. ; associate mem- 
ber Willard C. Kinsley Post G. A. R. ; ex-president Somerville Board of 
Trade. Committee on education, House 1909; education (chairman), liq- 
uor law, 1910. 

SIDNEY B. KEENE, Republican, Som,erville, born in Appleton, 
Me., Jan. 10, 1861 ; public schools. Alderman, 1904-5-6, president in '06, 
school board in '06; school committee 1898-1910 (treasurer 1898-03) ; Re- 
publican city committee, 1900-7 ; president of board of trade. Clerk of 
committees on libraries and water supply, House 1907; metropolitan af- 
fairs, 1908-9; metropolitan affairs, public service (chairman), 1910. 

CHARLES L. UNDERHILL, Republican, of Somerville, was born in 
Richmond, Va., July 20, 1867; public schools of Somerville. Hardware 
business. Solcy lodge Masons, Benevolent Protective Order of Elks, Ex- 
celsior council Royal Arcanum, Central club, Board of Trade, Y. M. C. A., 
Republican city committee, all of Somerville. House, 1902-3, committees 
on cities (clerk), counties and federal relations (chairman) ; pay roll and 
federal relations, House 1908; rules (ranking member), public lighting 
(chairman), 1909-10. 

Vote of district: C. R. Anderson, Dem., 1,095; William M. Arm- 
strong, Rep., 3,079; W. N. Cartwright, Dem., 919; L. N. Gilman, Soc, 153; 



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Sidney B. Keene, Rep., 2,927 ; E. C. Monahan, Dem., 881 ; J. L. Mulhol- 
land, Soc, 102; T. R. Taylor, Soc, 128; Charles L .Underhill, Rep., 
2,978. 

District No. 26.— Wards 2, 6, 7 SomervUle.— ZEBEDEE E. CLIFF, 
Republican, of Somerville, was born in New Brunswick Sept. 23, 1863 ; 
educated in public schools. Architect and builder. John Abbott lodge 
Masons, Caleb Rand lodge Odd Fellows, Arcadia lodge Knights of Pythias; 
president West Somerville board of trade 1902-3; aldermen 1905-6; board 
of health 1007-8-9; Republican city committee. Committee on public chari- 
table institutions, House 1910; also Lyman School investigation (special). 

LEON M. CONWELL, Republican, of Somerville, was born there 
April 15, 1870; educated in public schools of Newton and Philadelphia, 
Princeton University, class of 1892. Editor of Somerville Journal. Som- 
erville school committee 1907-8; Middlesex county Republican committee; 
vice-president Suburban Press Association; vice-president Princeton 
Alumni Association of New England ; secretary Somerville Central club. 
Committee on wavs and means. House 1910. 

WILLIAM L. WAUGH, Republican, Somerville, born at Waugh's 
River, N. S., Oct. 11, 1864; public schools. Masons, Odd Fellows, Red 
Men, N. E. O. P., board of trade, director Winter Hill Co-operative Bank, 
treasurer Somerville Lumber Company 1906, alderman 1901. Committee 
on Counties, House 1907; cities, 1908; cities, liquor law, 1909; prisons 
(chairman), 1910. 

Vote of district: W. Brown, Dem., 1,329; Zebedee E. Cliff, Rep., 
2,790; Leon M. Conwell, Rep., 2,692; N. H. Flynn, Soc, 258; C. S. Hunt, 
Soc, 238; R. Pigott, Soc, 155; William L. Waugh, Rep., 2,600. 

District No, 27.— Wards 3, 6 Medford, Winchester.— WILTON B. 
FAY, Republican, of Medford, was born in Hyde Park Oct. 3, 1865 ; edu- 
cated in Ellis school for boys, Boston public schools, English High 1883. 
With Bliss, Fabyan & Co., since 1890 as accountant. On park commission 
l 9°3-7> inclusive; re-appointed 1908 for five years. Treasurer Republican 
city committee 1900; chairman 1901-6, inclusive; treasurer 8th Congres- 
sional district committee 1901 till now ; Republican state committee 1908- 
9-10 (on finance committee) ; alternate to Republican national convention 
1908. Member Massachusetts Republican, Middlesex, Medford, Neigh- 
borhood, Medford Boat clubs; life member Horticultural Society; member 
Medford Historical Society; chairman park commission. On committee 
on ways and means in House of 1910. 

Vote of district: Wilton B. Fay, Rep., 1,277; W. L. Tuck, Dem., 466. 

District No. 28— Wards 1, 2, 4, 5, 7 Medford.— CHARLES H. 
BROWN, Republican, Medford, born in Vermont Jan. 19, 1879; public 
schools, Phillips-Andover Academy 1899. Metal furniture. Member of 
Medford and South Medford Republican clubs. Committee on banks 
and banking. Rouse 1907: metropolitan affairs, 1008; constitutional 
amendments (chairman), metropolitan affairs, 1909; federal relations 
(chairman), metropolitan affairs, 1910. 

Vote of district: Charles H. Brown, Rep., 1,077; R- J- Dwyer, Dem., 
662. 

District No. 29.— Arlington, Lexington. — EDWIN ALLEN BAY- 
LEY, Republican, Lexington, born in Jamaica Plain (Boston), July 30, 
1862, but removed at an early age to Newbury, Vermont. Educated in 
public and private schools of Newbury, Vermont, St. Johnsbury (Ver- 
mont) Academy, class of 1881, graduated from Dartmouth College, class 
of 1885. Served as president, treasurer and athletic director of his class; 
member of Delta Kappa Epsilon and Phi Beta Kappa societies ; was a 



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commencement speaker. In 1885-6 taught private school at Newbury, 
Vermont; 1886, member of Orange County (Vermont) Republican com- 
mittee; 1887-9, mortgage loan business (manager of branch office in 
Dakota, and later general Eastern manager for his company). In 1889 
entered Boston University Law School, graduated in class of 1891, with 
rank of "Magna Cum Laude." Served as president of his class. In 
1891 admitted to Suffolk County Bar and has since practiced his profes- 
sion in Boston; in 1892 he and John H. Colby of Boston, his classmate 
at Dartmouth College, associated themselves in the practice of law, which 
association continued until the death of the latter Sept., 1909; in 1898 ad- 
mitted to practice in United States courts ; since 1892 has resided in Lex- 
ington ; 1896-8 served on school committee; member of Republican town 
committee; general town counsel; moderator of town meeting; trusteee, 
clerk and counsel of North End Savings Bank, Boston; president of Asso- 
ciate Members of Geo. G. Meade Post 119, G. A. R. ; 1900-2 president of 
Bayley-Bailey Family Association and is now its secretary. Member of 
the Fourth Massachusetts Congressional District committee for past ten 
years. Member of Middlesex Bar Association, Old Belfry club (Lexing- 
ton), Boston city club and Metropolitan Driving club; associate member 
of Lexington "Minute Men." Committee on railroads, House 1909; mer- 
cantile affairs (chairman), railroads, 1910. 

Vote of district: Edwin A. Bayley, Rep., 1,515; all others, none. 

District No.. 30.— Belmont, Watertown. JAMES H. L. COON, Re- 
publican, Watertown, born in Barnstable (Cotuit), Oct. 16, 1853; public 
schools, Eastman's Business College of Poughkeepsie, N. Y., class of 1876. 
A master mechanic prior to 1885, state inspector of factories and public 
buildings from 1885 to 1891, insurance engineer since that date. Boston 
council Royal Arcanum, Norumbega lodge New England Order of Pro- 
tection. Selectman 1896-7, 1901-2-3; member of Republican town com- 
mittee for several years, chairman most of the time. Committee on State 
House, 1909; taxation, 1910. 

Vote of district: James H. L. Coon. Rep., 1,362; J. B. Holland, Dem., 
989; C. A. Whitney, Soc, 82. 

District No. 31.— Stoncham.— JOSEPH W. HOLDEN. Republican, 
Stoneham, born there Oct. 10, 1866; public schools. Milk dealer. Knights 
of Pythias, Odd Fellows, O. U. A. M. Selectman 1905, board of public 
works and superintendent streets, 1906-7-8; Republican town committee, 
1904-9. Committee on public lighting, House 1909-10. 

Vote of district: Joseph W. Holden, Rep., 728; all others, 13. 

NANTUCKET COUNTY. 

District No. 1.— Nantucket— BENJAMIN SHARP, Independent-Cit- 
izen (Republican), of Nantucket, was born in Germantown (Philadelphia), 
Pa., Nov. 1, 1858; educated in Swarthmore school and Swarthmore Col- 
lege, class of 1878; University of Pennsylvania in medicine, and Univer- 
sity of Wuerzburg of Bavaria in philosophy. Lecturer on and worker in 
zoology. School board 1908-10. Union lodge Masons, Isle of the Sea 
chapter. Committees on fisheries and game, libraries (chairman), House 

Vote of district: E. H. Perry, Rep., 301; Benjamin Sharp. Ind. Cit, 

324- 

NORFOLK COUNTY. 

District No. i.—Dcdham, Needham.— WILLIAM G. MOSELEY, Re- 
publican, Needham, born in Brookline Oct. 31, 1858. Lawyer. An incor- 
porator of Needham Co-operative Bank, secretary and treasurer since its 



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incorporation in 1892. Town auditor 1891-2-3-4; selectman 1895-6; mod- 
erator 1899-0-1902, now serving his fourth consecutive term under law of 
1902. School committee since 1005. President of Needham Business Men's 
Association and Board of Trade. Clerk of committee on taxation, House 
1909; railroads, 1910. 

Vote of district: E. H. Bowler, Dem., 591; William G. Moseley, 
Rep., 1,102. 

District No. 2.— Brookline.— NORMAN H. WHITE, Republican, 
Brookline, born in Montclair, N. J., 1871 ; public schools, Harvard Col- 
lege, class of 1895. President and manager of Harvard University Base- 
ball Association and president Pi Eta Society. Treasurer Boston Book- 
binding Company since graduation. Director Brookline National Bank, 
vice-president Brookline Republican club, chairman Brookline Relief Asso- 
ciation for San Francisco 1906, secretary Massachusetts Savings Insur- 
ance League, director Winthrop Mills Company, Winthrop, Me.; director 
Clinton Mills Company, Norwich, Conn. ; vice-president Massachusetts 
Anti-Merger League. Committee on metropolitan affairs, House 1907; on 
ways and means, 1908; education (chairman), ways and means, 1909; 
chairman ways and means committee, 1910. 

Vote of district: R. E. Green, Dem., 912; J. J. Lynch, Dem., 705; 
Joseph Walker, Rep., 2,135; Norman H. White, Rep., 1,941. 

District No. 3.— Hyde Park.— ROBERT B. CAMPBELL, Republican, 
Hyde Park, born there Sept. 28, 1880 ; public schools and business college. 
In water works and concrete construction business. Past chancellor 
commander Hyde Park lodge Knights of Pythias ; secretary Knights of 
Khorassan of Boston; American Water Works Association; executive 
committee of Norfolk club; water commission in 1907-13. Committee on 
drainage, House 1909; same (chairman), 1910. 

Vote of district: Rorert B. Campbell, Rep., 1,201; H. A. Heydacker, 
Soc. Cit., 42; J. M. Kiggen, Dem., 943. 

District No. 4.— Canton, Milton.— ROGER WOLCOTT, Republican, 
Milton, born there July 25, 1877; Harvard College, A.B., 1899, LL.B., 1902. 
Enlisted April 25, 1898, Battery A, 1st Mass. Heavy Artillery, private; 
mustered out Nov. 14, 1898. Roger Wolcott Camp 23, U. S. W. V. Law- 
yer. Clerk of committee on railroads, House 1909; street railways (chair- 
man), 1910. 

Vote of district: F. E. Cabot, Dem., 541; Roger Wolcott, Rep., 1,105. 

District No. 5.— Wards 1, 2, 3 Quincy.— WILLIAM R. THOMAS, 
Republican, Quincy, born there Sept. 24, 1871 ; its public schools, Boston 
University Law School, class of 1900. Lawyer. City solicitor 1905-6-7. 
Mt. Wollaston lodge Odd Fellows, past exalted ruler Quincy lodge of Elks ; 
Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company ; Norfolk, Granite City, Quincy 
Yacht clubs ; board of trade, Citizens' Association. Committee on metro- 
politan affairs, House 1909-10. 

Vote of district: C. W. Hanscom, Soc, 93; M. T. Sullivan, Dem., 
1,028; Wiliam R. Thomas, Rep., 1,126. 

District No. 6.— Wards 4. 5. 6 Quincy.— LOUIS F. R. LANGELIER, 
Republican, Quincy, born in (South) Boston Nov. 20, 1873; Boston public 
schools. Book publishing business. City council four years, trustee 
Thomas Crane library one year, John Hancock lodge Odd Fellows, secre- 
tary Republican city committee 1905-6, '08-9-10. Clerk of committee on 
harbors and public lands, House 1909; banks and banking, harbors and 
public lands (chairman), 1910. 

Vote of district : J. M. Flaherty, Dem., 693 ; Louis F. R. Langelier, 
Rep., 1,095; J- A. L. Ross, Soc, 65. 



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DiSTRicr No. 7 — Weymouth.— JOHN F. DWYER, Democrat, Wey- 
mouth, born there Feb. 9, 1862 ; public schools. Selectman, overseer of 
poor, assessor and trustee of Tufts Library. Real estate business, con- 
tractor. Postmaster 1894-9. A. O. H. ; vice-president, director Weymouth 
Agricultural Society; chairman town committee; director South Shore 
Co-operative Bank ; trustee Weymouth Hospital Association. Committee 
on banks and banking, House 1909; towns, 1910. 

Vote of district: F. W. Cochran, Soc, 60; J. W. Cronin, Rep., 1,032; 
John F. Dwyer, Dem., 1,139. 

District No. 8. — Avon, Braintree, Holbrook. — CHARLES C. MEL- 
LEN, Republican, Braintree, born in Wrentham Dec. 15, 1857; its public 
schools. Lawyer. Rural, now Delta, lodge of Masons, St. Stephen's 
chapter, south Shore commandery Knights Templar ; past grand Puri- 
tan lodge Add Fellows. Chairman registrars 1899-09 ; town counsel 
1899-09. On committee on judiciary, House 1909; elections, judiciary, li- 
braries, 1910. 

Vote of district: Charles C. Mellen, Rep., 1,030; F. W. Whit- 
comb, Dem., 861. 

District No. 9. — Randolph, Sharon, Stoughton. — HENRY E. HOL- 
BROOK, Republican, Stoughton, born in (North) Easton March 21, 
1870; public schools of Stoughton. In clothing business from 17 to 21; 
in the real estate and insurance business since. Rising Star lodge of Ma- 
sons, Chemung lodge Knights of Pythias, Pecunit tribe Red Men, Stough- 
ton Grange; justice of peace; Republican town committee; president 
Stoughton Gun club ; chairman Business Men's Association. Committee 
on insurance, House 1909-10. 

Vote of district: C. W. Broomell, Dem., 729; J. M. Hayes, Soc, 82; 
Henry E. Holbrook, Rep., 1,081. 

District No. 10. — Norwood, Walpole, Westwood. — JULIUS GUILD, 
Republican, Walpole, born there March 30, 1850; public schools. Has been 
in farming, now in retail milk business. Selectmen, 1884-5-6-7-8, 1890-1-2, 
1898-9-0-1-2-3-4-5, 1908, chairman several years. Masons; Odd Fellows; 
A. O. U. W. ; Royal Arcanum ; Walpole Grange ; superintendent of streets 
three years ; school committee for years. Committee on water supply, 
House 1909-10. 

Vote of district: Julius Guild Rep., 857; C. E. Hale, Dem., 800. 

District No. ii. — Dover, Medftcld, Medway, Millis, Norfolk, IVclles- 
ley.— RICHARD WALDEN HALE, Republican, of Dover, was born in 
Milton June 30, 1871 ; educated in Prince grammar school of Boston, pri- 
vate schools, Harvard College 1892, its Law School 1895 ; in naval militia. 
Lawyer. United States commissioner for Boston 1897-09 ; director State 
Line & Sullivan Railroad Company of Perm. ; treasurer Old South Meeting 
House ; treasurer Massachusetts Cremation Society ; vice-president Im- 
proved Dwellings Association. On committees on judiciary and libraries 
(clerk), House 1910. 

Vote of district: Richard Walden Hale, Rep., 1,098; all others, two. 

District No. 12. — Bellingham, Foxborotigh, Franklin, Plainvillc, 
Il'rcnlham.—FRV.D P. CHAPMAN, Republican, of Franklin, was born 
there Feb. 1, 1866; educated in its public schools, Dean Academy, Tufts 
College 1886. Civil engineer G. C. & Santa Fe Railroad 1886-8 ; paymaster 
and assistant superintendent Ray Woolen Company of Franklin 1889-91 ; 
superintendent same 1891-9; agent of Ray Mills (American Woolen Com- 
pany) 1899-02; president Franklin Yarn Company 1902 to date. Member 
Excelsior lodge Masons (past master) ; member school board nine years; 



MASSACHUSETTS LEGISLATURE, 1910 153 

town committee 12 years ; water and sewer commission ; Franklin Home 
Market, Norfolk, Franklin Country clubs ; Franklin Business Association. 
Committee on railroads, House 1910. 

Vote of district: Fred P. Chapman, Rep., 1,274; all others, seven. 

PLYMOUTH COUNTY. 

District No. i.— Plymouth.— FRANK H. LANMAN, Republican, of 
Plymouth, was born there July 1, i860; educated in the public schools, 
Market gardener; chief fire department 1901-2-3; park commission 1896- 
-7-8. Committee on public health, House 1910. 

Vote of district: Frank H. Lanman, Rep., 673; R. Talbot, Dem., 604. 

District No. 2. — Duxbury, MarshHeld, Norivell, Pembroke, Scituate. 
—WILLIAM STURTEVANT MOORE, Republican, Duxbury, born there 
Feb. 23, 1846; public schools, Lawrence Scientific School of Cambridge, 
Annapolis Naval Academy, class of 1868; in engineering department of 
United States navy, until retired with rank of commodore, 1906. Com- 
mittees on harbors and public lands, military affairs, House 1909-10; 
(chairman military affairs, 1910). 

Vote of district: E. L. Hitchcock, Dem., 178; William S. Moore, 
Rep., 594. 

District No. 3.—CoIwssct. Hingham, Hull— CLARENCE V. NICK- 
ERSON, Republican, of Hull, was born in Barnstable (Cotuit) Jan. 5, 
1876; educated in its public schools, Bridgewater Normal school 1895. Is 
a teacher. Member Old Colony lodge Odd Fellows (noble grand) ; town 
treasurer 1900-10; moderator of town meetings. Committe on metropoli- 
tan affairs, House 1910. 

Vote of district: C. A. Cole, Dem., 690; H. G. Leavitt, Pro., 22; 
Clarence V. Nickerson, Rep., 763. 

District No. 4. — Hanover, Hanson, Rockland. — CHARLES S. BEAL, 
Republican, of Rockland, born in Rockland Aug. 14, 1856; public schools. 
Teacher ; grocer, superintendent of tannery. Masons, Knights Templar, 
Mystic Shrine, 32d degree Massachusetts consistory ; Union Glee club. 
Committee on drainage, House 1910. 

Vote of district: Charles S. Beal, Rep., 771; C. E. Mansfield, Dem., 
524- 

District No. 5. — Abington. Whitman. — MAURICE KANE, Repub- 
lican, of Whitman, was born in Montague Nov. 6, i860; educated in the 
public schools. Shoemaker ; traveling salesman. Chairman town hall build- 
ing committee 1905-7. Whitman council Knights of Columbus ; Union 
court M. C. O. F. ; Brockton lodge of Elks. Clerk of committee on water 
supply, House 1910. 

Vote of district: L. H. Comee, Soc, 187; C. B. Gaffney, Pro., 76; 
Maurice Kane, Rep.. 883 ; B. F. Peterson ,Dem., 750. 

District No. 6.— Carver, Lakeville, Marion, Mattapoisett, Rochester, 
I Vareham.— WALTER K PERRY, Republican, of Marion, was born in 
New Bedford March 1, 1866; educated in its public schools. Professional 
boatman. Pythagoras lodge Masons ; Waukinquoah lodge Odd Fellows ; 
Alcyone chapter Order of Eastern Star; treasurer Fire Protective Associ- 
ation ; captain Hose No. 1 ; treasurer Marion Improvement Association ; 
vice-president Fin de Siecle club. Selectman, assessor, overseer of poor 
1906-7-8-9. Committee on fisheries and game, House 1910. 

Vote of district: H. S. Griffith, Dem., 294; Walter K. Perry, Rep., 
533- 



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District No. 7. — Halifax, Kingston, Middleborough, Plympton. 
GEORGE EMERSON DOANE, Republican, Middleborough, born there 
June 10, 1854; its public schools, and Massachusetts Institute of Tech- 
nology, class of 1875. On United States Coast Survey, 1873-6; hardware 
business since. Vice-president Middleboro National Bank; board of in- 
vestment of Middleboro Savings Bank. Mayflower lodge Masons, trustee 
of same. Committees on banks and banking, taxation, House 1909; banks 
and banking, insurance, 1910. 

Vote of district: George E. Doane, Rep., 750; George Fox Tucker, 
Ind. Dem., 451. 

District No. 8. — Bridge-water, East Bridge-water, West Bridge-water. 
— ORVIS FRANKLIN KINNEY, Republican, West Bridgewater, born 
in Barford, Province of Quebec, May 23, 1880; West Bridgewater public 
schools, Howard High school 1896. Market gardener. Masons, N. E. O. 
P., Knights of Pythias, Grange, Boston Market Gardeners' Association. 
Selectman 1904-8, board of health, assessor 1904-9, auditor 1903, treas- 
urer Republican town committe 1908-9; trustee Howard Funds in West 
Bridgewater. Committee on agriculture, House 1909; public charitable 
institutions (clerk), 1910. 

Vote of district: A. E. Brown, Dem., 327; Orvis F. Kinney, Rep., 

731- 

District No. 9.— Ward 3, 4 Brockton.— ALBIN F. NORDBECK, Re- 
publican, Brockton, born in Stockholm, Sweden, Aug. 23, 1872; public 
schools of Brockton. Carpenter, contractor. Past president Brockton 
Master Builders' Association; Brockton Sewerage Commission 1903-9; 
Commercial club ; board of trade ; Common council 1901 ; alderman 1902. 
Committees on drainage, water supply, House 1901 ; same (chairman), 
1910. 

Vote of district : T. B. Hickey, Dem., 898 ; Albin F. Nordbeck, Rep., 
990; H. A. Sundberg, Soc, 359. 

District No. 10.— Wards 1, 2, 5 Brockton.— PORTUS B. HANCOCK, 
Democrat, born in Coventry, Vt, Feb. 19, 1836; public schools. Produce 
dealer until 1884, since then real estate and insurance business. Damocles 
lodge Knights of Pythias, Brockton division U. R. of K P., Pequot 
tribe Red Men, Brockton lodge Odd Fellows, Fletcher Webster post 
(associate member) of Grand Army. Special champion of "Brockton Ship 
Canal" enterprise. Committees on libraries and public service in House 
1899; fisheries and game, 1900; federal relations, harbors and public lands, 
1901-2; libraries, public charitable institutions, 1905; harbors and public 
lands, public charitable institutions, 1906; military affairs, public chari- 
table institutions, 1907-8-9-10. 

TIMOTHY J. MEADE, Democrat, Brockton, born in (South) 
Boston Nov. 7, 1874; public schools and Evening High school. Shoe- 
maker. Common council 1902-3-4, alderman 1906-7 (president '07), 
Knights of Columbus, Boot & Shoe Workers' Union, Shoe City Wheel- 
men, Russell club, R. B. Grover camp S. of V. Committee on prisons, 
House 1908; federal relations, prisons (clerk), 1909; cities, 1910. 

Vote of district: Portus B. Hancock, Dem., 1,767; I. Lifshitz, Soc, 
150; Timothy J. Meade, Dem., 1,602; F. E. Osborne, Soc, 160; H. G. 
Pratt, Rep., 1,093; H. A. Snow, Rep., 1,204. 

District No. 11.— Wards 6, 7 Brockton. GEORGE SWANN, Re- 
publican, Brockton, born in Derby, England, July 18, 1S59; English public 
schools. Elastic goring weaver, club steward. Masons, Odd Fellows, 
Sons of St. George. Common council 1903-4-5 (president '05), alderman 
1906; Republican city committee 12 years. Committee on public charita- 



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ble institutions, House 1908; clerk of same, 1909; harbors and public lands, 
public charitable institutions, 1910. 

Vote of district: W. C. Foley, Dem., 518; George Swann, Rep., 1,008; 
W. E. Sweeney, Soc, 246. 

SUFFOLK COUNTY. 

District No. 1.— Ward 1 Boston.— BENJAMIN FRED BATES, 
Republican, (East) Boston, born in Cambridge, May 4, 1863; public 
schools of Boston, including Boston Latin. With First Ward National 
Bank three years ; with Rogers, Wood, Loring & Co. four years. In 
banking and bond business. Ward One Republican club, Republican club 
of Massachusetts, Lincoln Republican club, Baalbec lodge of Masons. Com- 
mittees on banks and banking, insurance, House of 1909 ; clerk of same and 
clerk of public lighting, 1910. 

THEODORE SORENSON, Democrat, Boston, born there March 1, 
1878 ; public schools. Theatrical manager. Committee on railroads. House 
1910. 

Vote of district: Benjamin Fred Bates, Rep., 1,805; J. J. Morris, 
Dem., 1,413; Theodore L. Sorenson, Dem., 1,636; E. W. Woodside, Rep., 
1,457- 

District No. 2.— Ward 2 Boston— MICHAEL J. BROPHY, Demo- 
crat, Boston, born in England Aug. 31, 1881 ; East Boston public and paro- 
chial grammar schools. Coal weigher. Common council 1909 ; Jeffries 
Point Rowing Association. Committee on public health, House 1910. 

DENNIS A. O'NEIL, Democrat, of Boston, was born there June 16, 
1882; educated in East Boston High school. Retail coal business. Com- 
mon council 190S-9. Boston lodge Elks, Fitton council Knights of Colum- 
bus, Williams court M. C. O. F. Committee on liquor law, House 1910. 

J'otc of district: Michael J. Brophy, Dem., 1,794; Dennis A .O'Neil, 
Dem., 1,767. 

District No. 3.— Ward 3 Boston.— WILLIAM J. MURRAY, Demo- 
crat, of Boston, was born there (Charlestown), Oct. 7, 1885; educated in 
the public schools. Teamster. Hayes Square Yachting club ; Holy Name 
Society. Committee on drainage, House 1910. 

DAVID B. SHAW, Democrat, Boston, born there (Charlestown) 
Aug. 20, 1870; public schools, B. U. Law School, class of 1897, 'aw office 
Hon. Joseph J. Corbett. Lawyer. K. C. House 1836-7, committees on 
metropolitan affairs (clerk) ; libraries, liquor law, Senate 1898 (chosen to 
fill vacancy) ; constitutional amendments, probate and chancery, water 
supply, special on congressional redistricting. Senate 1901 ; insurance, 
House 1909 (chosen to fill vacancy) ; elections, metropolitan affairs, 1910. 

Vote of district: R. Hodskins, Rep., 249; J. L. Hourihan, Rep.. 215; 
William J. Murray, Dem., 1,582; M. Sedar, Soc, 34; David B. Shaw, 
Dem., 1,525. 

District No. 4.— Ward 4 Boston.— FRANCIS M. DUCEY, Democrat, 
Boston, born there (Charlestown) April 8, 1885; public schools. Broker; 
grocer, insurance . Common council 1908-9. K. of C. Committee on in- 
surance, House 1910. 

JAMES A. HATTON, Democrat, Boston, born there (Charlestown) 
Oct. 22, 1883 ; public and private schools, B. U. Law School 1905. Lawyer. 
K. of C, A. O. H. ; Common council 1907-8, M. C. O. F. Committees on 
engrossed bills, constitutional amendments. House 1909; engrossed bills, 
election laws, 1910. 

JOHN J. HAYES, Democrat, Boston, born in Charlestown Oct. 14, 
1875 ; Boston College 1899, B. L T . Law School 1908. Lawyer. Common 



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council 1906-7. K. of C, Literary Union, Father Mathew Total Absti- 
nence Temperance Society, Boston College Alumni. Committee on edu- 
cation, House 1908; legal affairs, 1909-10. 

Vote of district: J. J. Bonner, Rep., 540; Francis M. Ducey, Dem., 
2 >379; James A. Hatton, Dem., 2,423; John J. Hayes, Dem., 2,317; C. R. 
Macdonald, Rep., 496; F. P. Miskelly, Rep., 451; J. Ryan, Soc, 65. 

District No. 5.— Wards 1, 2 Chelsea,— IGNATIUS J. CARLETON, 
Republican, Chelsea, born in East Boston Aug. 7, 1868; public schools. 
Manufacturer table luxuries. Eagles. Committee on insurance, House 
1908-9; counties, 1910. 

Vote of district: Ignatius J. Carleton, Rep., 543; E. M. Cashman, 
Dem., 513; S. D. Levins, Soc, 51. 

District No. 6.— Ward 6 Boston.— FRANCIS D. O'DONNELL, 
Democrat, Boston, was born in Cambridge Dec. 10, 1878; public schools. 
Cable worker. K. C, Jefferson club, Halcyon Association ; common coun- 
cil 1910. Committee on liquor law, House 1910. 

ALFRED D. SCIGLIANO, Democrat, Boston, born there June 3, 
1876; public schools. Manager of cafe. Common council 1909; Columbus 
Asociates ; Eagles. Committee on harbors and public lands, House 1910. 

Vote of district : R. L. Babson, Rep. Cit., 33 ; J. J. Bowdren, Rep. 
Cit., 32; G. E. Dixon, Rep., 774; A. Holbrook, Rep. Cit., 30; Francis D. 
O'Donnell, Dem., 989; J. A. Petiti, Rep., 902; Alfred Scigliano, Dem., 
974; A. G. Vacaro, Rep. Cit., 22. 

District No. 7.— Ward 7 Boston.— JOHN L. DONOVAN, Demo- 
crat, of Boston, was born there June 3, 1876; educated in the public 
schools. Common Council 1808-9, 1908-9 ; deputy sealer weights and 
measures 1902-3-4-5 ; deputy collector 1906-7. "Member of the bar" — 
B. U. 1894. Eagles, A. O. H. House 1900-1, committees on drainage, 
printing, gypsy moth (special), harbors and public lands, House 1910. 

Vote of district: John L. Donovan, Dem., 718; John Quinn, Jr., 
Dem. Ind., 581 ; H. Riley, Soc, 31. 

District No. 8.— Ward 8 Boston.— DAVID MANCOVITZ, Democrat, 
Boston, born in Prussia, Poland. Aug. 15, 1877; Boston public schools, 
Boston University Law School, class of 1901. Lawyer. Common council 
1903-4-5. Hendricks club, Federation Jewish Charities, Commonwealth 
lodge Knights of Pythias, archon Bowdoin Square Conclave of Hepta- 
sophs. Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company, Temporary Home for 
Destitute Jewish Children. Hebrew Temporary Sheltering Home, Hebrew 
Immigration League. Committee on taxation, House 1908; legal affairs, 
1909; elections, legal affairs, 1910. 

ROBERT McKIRDY, Democrat, Boston, born there Oct. 4, 1870; St. 
Mary's school. Publisher. Common council 1903-4. K. C, Eagles, Elks. 
House 1905-6-7, committees on counties, election laws, railroads ; public 
charitable institutions, 1910. 

Vote of district : E. D. Fullerton, Rep., 471 ; M. Jordan, Soc, 148 ; 
David Mancovitz, Dem., 1,856; Robert K. McKirdy, Dem., 1,729; S. 
Mikels, Rep., 368. 

District No. 9.— Ward 9 Boston.— TIMOTHY F. CALLAHAN, 
Democrat, Boston, born there Sept. 5, 1881 ; public schools, Harvard. 
Real estate. M. C. O. F. Committee on election laws, House 1907, 
metropolitan affairs, 1908-9; elections, metropolitan affairs, 1910. 

DANIEL L. SULLIVAN, Democrat, Boston, born there Oct. 16. 
1878; public schools. Clerk. A. O. H. Common council 1904-5-6. House 
1907-8, committees on libraries, State House; insurance, 1910. 



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Vote of district: J. Bailey, Rep., 407; Timothy F. Callahan, Dem., 
1,364; H. A. Sleeper, Rep., 403; Daniel L. Sullivan, Dem., 1,502. 

District No. 10.— Ward 10 Boston.— CHANNING H. COX. Repub- 
lican, of Boston, was born in Manchester, N. H., Feb. 28, 1879 ; educated 
in its public schools, Dartmouth College 1901, Harvard Law School 1004. 
Lawyer since 1904, offices in Tremont Building. Member St. John's lodge 
of Masons, University and Boston clubs, Boston Bar Association, etc., State 
Bar Association, Republican club of Massachusetts; common council 1908- 
9; Boston Republican city committee J907-9; chairman Republican ward 
committee 1909. Committee on bills in 3d reading (chairman), legal affairs, 
House 1910. 

DAVID T. MONTAGUE, Republican, Boston, born in Bridgewater, 
Vt., April 2, 1864; public schools, Goddard Seminary, Barre, Vt.. Tufts 
College), class of 1889, Boston University Law School, class of 1892. 
Practiced law since 1892. Past master St. John's Lodge Masons, past high 
priest Somerville royal arch chapter, district deputy grand high priest 8th 
capitular district, Knights Templar, Consistory ; Boston lodge Elks ; Bos- 
ton Athletic Association ; veteran member First Corps Cadets ; Vermont 
Association; Middlesex. Boston City clubs; Republican Club of Massa- 
chusetts. Common council Boston 1905-6-7. Clerk of the committee on 
banks and banking, insurance, House 1909; elections (clerk), cities f chair- 
man), insurance, 1910. 

Vote of district: Channing H. Cox, Rep., 1,745; J. H. Finnertv. Dem., 
607; G. W. Galvin, Soc, 152; David T. Montague, Rep., 1,908. 

District Xo. ii.— Ward 11 Boston.— COURTEXAY CROCKER, Re- 
publican, of Boston, was born there Feb. 4, 1881 ; educated in Volkmann 
private school, Harvard College 1901, Harvard Law School 1905. Admitted 
to bar in 1905, and practiced law since. Common council 1908-9; secretary 
Republican club of Massachusetts 1909-10. Committee on ways and means 
House 1910. 

GRAFTON D. CUSHIXG, Republican, Boston, born in Boston Aug. 
4, 1864; private schools, Harvard College 1885, Harvard Law School 1888. 
Lawyer. President Republican club of Massachusetts 1905-6; president 
Massachusetts Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Children, treasurer 
Ward 11 Republican committee. Clerk of committee on liquor law, and 
on education, House 1906; education (chairman), ways and means 1907; 
rules, metropolitan affairs (chairman) 1908-9; rules, libraries, metropoli- 
tan affairs (chairman)," 1910. 

J'otc of district: Courtenay Crocker, Rep.. 2,391: Grafton D. Cush- 
ing, Rep., 2,431. 

District Xo. 12.— Ward 12 Boston.— SETH FENELON ARNOLD, 
Republican, of Boston, was born in Westminster, Vt., Dec. 21, 1878; edu- 
cated in its public schools, Kimball Union Academy of Meriden, N. H., 
Rose Polytechnic Institute of Terre Haute, Ind., Tufts College Medical 
School 1908. Teacher 1901-2 ; New England Telegraph & Telephone Com- 
pany; physician. Common council 1908-9; secretary ward committee 1906-7, 
city committee ; Sigma Nu college fraternity, president of its alumni as- 
sociation of Boston 1907-8-9-10. Sons of American Revolution ; Lincoln 
club ; Republican club of Massachusetts. Committee on public health 
(clerk), 1910. 

FREEMAN O. EMERSOX, Republican, Boston, born in Gorham, 
X. -H., Jan. 12, 1858; public schools, Hebron Academy, Me. Insurance 
broker, manufacturer ladies' straw hats (International Hat Co., Inc.). 
America lodge Odd Fellows, Beacon lodge Knights of Pythias, also mem- 
ber of their grand lodges. Director Boston Industrial Home, Hillside 
School at Greenwich Village, Mass.. for educating poor boys, Children's 



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Metropolitan Outing Association; South End Improvement Society; Lin- 
coln and Ward 12 Republican clubs ; served in volunteer militia and Naval 
Brigade; common council 1893-4-5; House 1897, 1900-1 ; committees on 
cities, parishes and religious societies, street railways; taxation, House 
1909; cities, 1910. 

Vote of district : Seth F. Arnold, Rep., 1,187 ; J. P. Brady, Dem., 1,085 ; 
Freeman O. Emerson, Rep., 1,194; L. Marcus, Soc, 66; A. R. Tolland, 
Dem., 1,115; H. M. Tracy, Soc, 43. 

District No. 13.— Ward 13 Boston. EDWARD J. NOONAN, Demo- 
crat, Boston, born there Aug. 14, 1878, Evening High school. Common 
council 1908-9 ; A. O. H., Heptasophs. Committee on libraries, House 1910. 

JAMES F. POWERS, Democrat, Boston, born in St. John, New- 
foundland, Oct. 1, 1872; Boston Lawrence grammar school. Manager of 
Congress Hall, Scenic Temple, South Boston. Eagles, Foresters, Hepta- 
sophs, A. O. H. Chairman of Ward 13 committee 1899-1900-1. Committee 
on banks and banking, House 1907-8-9 ; street railways, 1910. 

Vote of district: Edward T. J. Noonan, Dem., 1,580; James F. Pow- 
ers, Dem., 1,489. 

District No. 14.— Ward 14 Boston.— THOMAS F. COOGAN, Demo- 
crat, Boston, born in Dublin, Ireland, April 9, 1882; schools of South Bos- 
ton. Grocery business. A. O. H., Foresters, Heptasophs. Common coun- 
cil 1905-6. On committee on fisheries and game in House of 1908; consti- 
tutional amendments (clerk), 1909-10. 

WILLIAM P. HICKEY, Democrat, Boston, born there Nov. 17, 
1871 ; public schools. Clerk. A. O. H., N. E. O. P. Committee on federal 
relations, House 1909; counties, 1910. 

Vote of district: G. W. Boland, Rep., 713; W. A. Buckley, Soc, 109; 
Thomas F. Coogan, Dem., 1,573; William P. Hickey, Dem., 1,729; J- J- 
Murphy, Rep., i,39i- 

District No. 15.— Ward 15 Boston,— EDWARD D. COLLINS, Dem- 
ocrat, was born there July 6, 1878; educated in Bigelow grammar school, 
English High school, and Notre Dame University, LL.B. ,1902. Lawyer. 
Member of Elks, K. of C, Heptasophs, A. O. H., St. Augustine Lyceum, 
South Boston Associates ; honorary member of Glover and Madison clubs. 
House 1908, committee on constitutional amendments; banks and banking, 
1910. 

FRANCIS L. COLPOYS, Democrat, Boston, born there Feb. 7, 1884; 
public schools. Solicitor. K. of C, M. C. O F., A. O. H. Committee on 
State House, House 1909; public service, 1910. 

Vote of district: W. E. Bowden, Rep., 327: Edward D. Collins, 
Dem., 1,548; Francis L. Colpoys, Dem., 1,475; M. J. Reidy, Cit. Rep., 
1,227. 

District No. 16.— Ward 16 Boston.— JAMES H. KELLY, Democrat, 
Boston, born there Nov. 14, 1870; public schools. Foreman. Committee 
on drainage, House 1909; mercantile affairs, 1910. 

WILLIAM H. O'BRIEN, Democrat, Boston, born in Gloucester 
Sept. 9, 1864; its public schools. Telegrapher and writer. Dorchester 
council Knights of Columbus, Taunton lodge of Elks ; member division 32, 
A. O. H. ; president Boston Local No. 4 Commercial Telegraphers] Union; 
vice-president Boston Central Labor Union. Committee on public chari- 
table institutions (clerk), House 1908; ways and means, 1909-10. 

Vote of district; C. J. Beatey, Rep., 1,415; G. L. Ellsworth, Rep., 
1,131; H. Friedman, Soc, 70; James H. Kelly, Dem., 1,718; William H. 
O'Brien, Dem., 1,740. 



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District No. 17.— Ward 17 Boston.— FRANCIS J. BRENNAN, Dem- 
ocrat, of Boston, was born there Oct. 15, 1879; public schools. Clerk. 
K. C, A. O. H. Committee on libraries, House 1910. 

FRANCIS L. DALY, Democrat, Boston, born there March 4, 1882; 
public schools. Traveling salesman for plumbing supplies. President San 
itary Fixtures Company, 293 Congress street, Boston. Common council 
1907-8. Red Men, A. O. H., M. C. O. F. Committee on printing, House 
1909; constitutional amendments, 1910. 

Vote of district: Francis J. Brennan, Dem., 2,083; Francis L. Daly, 
Dem., 2,072 ; G. N. Harding, Rep., 643 ; A. H. Wood, Rep., 613. 

District No. 18.— Ward 18 Boston.— DANIEL F. CRONIN, Demo- 
crat, of Boston, was born in Ireland Nov. 15, 1879; educated in Dwight 
grammar school of Boston, two years in Boston College. Painter and 
decorator. Common council 1907-8-9 ; secretary Ward 18 Quincy club 
1905-10. On committee on fisheries and game in House of 1910. 

MICHAEL F. O'BRIEN, Democrat, Boston, born there Sept. 18, 
1878 ; public schools. Boston Elevated Railway Company. Committee 
on federal relations, House 1910. 

Vote of district : J. A. Crawford, Rep., 783 ; Daniel F. Cronin, Dem., 
1,218; Michael F. O'Brien. Dem., 1,219; A. H. Scales, Rep., 659. 

District No. 19.— Ward 19 Boston.— JOSEPH J. GOODE, Democrat, 
Boston, born there (Roxbury) July 20, 1878; public schools. Clerk. Com- 
mittee on militarv affairs, House 1910. 

DANIEL J.' McCARTHY, Democrat, Boston, born there March 6. 
1876 ; public schools. Confectioner, fruit dealer. K. C, A. O. H. Com- 
mittee on liquor law, House 1907; printing, 1909; banks and banking, pay 
roll, 1910. 

Vote of district: Joseph J. Goode. Dem. Ind., 1,706; G Lohr, Rep., 
575; H. E. Lunt, Rep., 474; J. J. Kelley, no desig, 356; W. J. Kohler, no 
desig., 937; Daniel J. McCarthy, Dem., 1,208. 

District No. 20.— Ward 20 Boston.— HARRY RIDGEWAY CUM- 
MING, Republican, of Boston, was born in London, England, July 13, 
1869 ; educated in the public schools. With Ripley-Howland Company, 
manufacturing jewelers until 1893; established his present real estate and 
insurance business that year and has been engaged in it ever since. Gate 
of Temple lodge of Masons, Wenona chapter Order Eastern Star ; Massa- 
chusetts Real Estate Exchange, Real Estate Brokers' Association of Dor- 
cnester, Harvard Improvement Association, Young Men's club, Men's 
League Tremont Temple ; common council 1908-9, Republican state com- 
mittee 1909, Republican ward committee 1906-7; notary public, justice of 
the peace. Committee on federal relations, House 1910. 

HARRY H. HAM, Republican, Boston, born there March 16, 1883; 
public schools, Dartmouth College 1905. Lawyer. A. O. U. W., S. of 
V., Masons. Committees on bills in 3d reading, printing, House 1907 ; bills 
in 3d reading (chairman), legal affairs (clerk), 1908; legal affairs (chair- 
man), 1909-10; also Lyman School investigation (chairman). 

THOMAS M. VINSON, Republican, of Boston, was born there April 
27, 1868; public schools, Boston University Law School 1893. Lawyer. 
House 1902-3-4, committees on engrossed bills, third reading, mercan- 
tile affairs, metropolitan affairs, public health (chairman), ways and 
means ; insurance, labor, 1910. 

Vote of district: Harry H. Cumming, Rep., 3,808; R. G. Hall, Dem., 
3,235; Harry H. Ham, Rep., 3,649; J. H. Keefe, Dem., 2,914; A. G. Mc- 
Vey, Dem., 3,036; Thomas M. Vinson, Rep., 3,828. 

District No. 21. — Ward 21 Boston. JOHN CARR, Republican, of 
Boston, was born in Antrim, N. H., Aug. 19, 1828; educated in district 



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schools and Hancock Academy, N. H., Banker. Past master of Washing- 
ton lodge Masons, past eminent commander Joseph Warren commandery 
Knights Templar. Committees on banks and banking and federal rela- 
tions, House 1910. 

JOHN E. ROUSMANIERE, Republican, of Boston, was born in Rox- 
bury Oct. 14, 1877; educated in Roxbury Latin School, Harvard College, 
class of 1899 and Harvard Law School, class of 1903. Is a lawyer. Mem- 
ber of Washington lodge of Masons, Mt. Vernon chapter, Joseph Warren 
commandery of Knights Templar. On committee on judiciary in House 
of 1908, bills in vd reading, metropolitan affairs, 1909; rules, election laws 
(chairman), metropolitan affairs, 1910. 

Vote of district: John Carr, Rep., 2,416; J. P. Laas, Soc, 84; E. 
McGillicuddy, Dem., 1,421; J. H. O'Brien, Dem., 1,533; John E. Rous- 

MANIERE, Rep., 2,380. 

District No. 22.— Ward 22 Boston,— CHARLES E. DOW, Repub- 
lican, Boston, born in Machiasport, Me., April 24, 1875; public schools. 
Lawyer. Masons, Odd Fellows. Committee on taxation, House 1909; 
banks and banking (chairman), Southbridge Savings Bank investigation 
(special, chairman), 1910. 

JAMES H. KNIGHT, Republican, Boston, born in Roxbury Oct. 18, 
1876; public schools. Enlisted May 11, 1898, in Co. C, Ninth regiment, 
mustered out Nov. 26, 1898. Lawyer. On committees on engrossed bills 
and public health in House of 1908; judiciary, 1909; same (chairman), 
1910. 

Vote of district: Charles E. Dow, Rep., 1,731 ; J. F. Griffin, Dem., 
1,673; James H. Knight, Rep., 1,960; J. P. Maguire, Dem., 1,629. 

District No. 23.— Ward 23 Boston.— JOHN JOSEPH CONWAY, 
Democrat, of Boston, was born there (West Roxbury) Sept. 2, 1874; edu- 
cated in the grammar and High schools of Boston. Is a gas and electric 
fitter and hanger. Member of Jamaica Plain council Knights of Columbus ; 
Roslindale, Mt. Hope, West Roxbury and Germantown Citizens' associ- 
ations ; Massachusetts Catholic Order of Foresters ; common council 1902- 
3-4. House 1905-6-7, committees on public service, counties, ways and 
means ; ways and means, House 1910. 

J. HENRY LEONARD, Republican, Boston, born in Jamaica Plain 
Sept. 18, 1879; public schools. Salesman. Common council 1905-6. Com- 
mittee on State House, House 1908; drainage (clerk), State House, 1909; 
public lighting, 1910. 

Vote of district: John J. Conway, Dem., 2,336. F. M. Cummings, 
Dem., 1,822; J. Henry Leonard, Rep., 2,088; W. Rouse, Soc, 106; G. W. 
Smith, Rep., 1,826; W. L. Sweet, Soc, 97- 

District No. 24— Ward 24 Boston,— CHARLES L. CARR, Republi- 
can, of Boston, was born there (Dorchester) Dec. 25, 1876; educated in 
public schools, Harvard College 1889, Harvard Law School 1902. Lawyer. 
Union lodge Masons, Republican club of Massachusetts, Boston City and 
Dorchester Yacht clubs. Common council 1908; aldermen 1909. Commit- 
tee on metropolitan affairs (clerk), House 1910. 

SAMUEL H. MILDRAM, Republican, Boston, born in Arlington 
Dec. 4, 1867; Boston public schools, M. I. T. Special agent. Common 
council 1899-0-1. Colonial, Driving, New Dorchester clubs. Committee 
on taxation, House 1907; House chairman of same in 1908-9-10. 

LEONARD G. ROBERTS, Republican, of Boston, was born in Sher- 
man, Me., Sept. 13, 1862; educated in its public schools, Nichols Latin 
school, and Bates College, class of 1887, Boston University Law School, 
class of 1890. Taught school ; since admission to the bar in 1890 prac- 
ticed law ; member Boston Bar Association. Past master St. John's lodge 



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Masons. Member Park Street, Congregational, Dirigo clubs ; Gentle- 
men's Driving, Young Men's Republican, and Ward 24 Republican clubs, 
all of Dorchester ; and the Republican club of Massachusetts ; member 
United States district and circuit courts. Committee on judiciary, House 
1910. 

Vote of district: Charles L. Carr, Rep., 2,820; A. G. Cummings, 
Dem., 1,847; T. P. Curtin, Dem., 1,921; J. E. Fitzgerald, Dem., 1,645; C. 
Fuller, Soc, 149; Samuel H. Miidram, Rep., 2,798; Leonard G. Roberts, 
Rep., 2,674. 

District No. 25.— Ward 25 Boston.— JOSEPH B. BROWN, Repub- 
lican, of Boston, was born there Feb. 5, 1857 ; educated in public and pri- 
vate schools. In banking business until 1904, and since then trustee of 
real estate. Dalhousie lodge Masons of Newton. Common council 1003. 
Treasurer Lincoln club of Boston ; member Ward 25 Republican club ; 
treasurer Ward 25 Republican committee 1902, 1908-9. Committee on edu- 
cation, House 1910. 

MARTIN HAYS, Republican, Boston, born in New York City Oct. 
14, 1876; public schools. Lawyer. Masons, A. O. U. W., Heptasophs, 
Royal Arcanum. Boston City club, Lincoln club, Elks. Committee on 
legal affairs, House 1910. 

Vote of district: P. H. Barry, Dem., 1.399; Joseph B. Brown, Rep., 
1,570; Martin Hays, Rep., 1,939; G. H. McDermott, Dem., 1,526. 

District No. 26— Wards 3, 4 Chelsea.— WILLIAM M. ROBINSON, 
Republican, Chelsea, born there July 21, 1875; public schools, Worcester 
Academy. In furniture business. Alderman 1903-4-5-6, chairman finance 
committee '05-6. Robert Lash lodge Masons, Cosmopolitan club. Com- 
mittee on election laws, House 1907; street railways, 1908; federal rela- 
tions (clerk), street railways, 1909; federal relations (clerk), street rail- 
.ways, 1910. 

Vote of district: William M. Robinson, Rep., 772; D. White, Rep. 
Cit., 521. 

District No. 27. — Chelsea, Revere, Winthrop. — SAMUEL A. SEGEE, 
Republican, Revere, born in Swampscott Jan. 10, 1853 ; public schools. Ma- 
son, builder, dealer in real estate. Odd Fellows. Auditor 1891-2; assessor 
from 1893 to date, except 1898; selectman 1903-4-5. Committee on har- 
bors and public lands, House 1909; taxation, 1910. 

CLARENCE A. WARREN, Republican, Chelsea, born in Durham, 
N. H., July 9, 1882 ; Revere public schools ; studied law privately and 
with Hon. Willard Howland. Lawyer and a member of the firm of 
Howland & Warren. Director Chelsea board of trade, Y. M. C. A. ; mem- 
ber of County Savings Bank Corporation ; Robert Lash lodge of Masons ; 
board of aldermen 1906-7-8; director of "Boston 1915"; Boston City club. 
Committee on judiciary, House 1909; elections (chairman), judiciary, 
rules, 1910; also milk investigation (special, chairman), Southbridge Sav- 
ings Bank investigation (special). 

Vote of district: C. Garbutt, Dem., 1,217; Samuel A. Segee, Rep., 
2,486; S. L. Siegel, Soc, 247; Clarence A. Warren, Rep., 2,351. 

WORCESTER COUNTY. 

District No. i. — Athol, Dana, Petersham, Phillipston, Rovalston. 
JAMES OLIVER, Republican, Athol, born there June 28, 1836; public 
schools, Harvard Medical College 1862; assistant surgeon 21st regiment 
July 31, 1862, July 16, 1865; brigade surgeon; G. A. R. Physician. Medi- 
cal director Dept. Mass. G. A. R. ; medical examiner ; school committee 
ten years. President Worcester Northwest Agricultural Society. Masons, 



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Grange. Committees on military affairs, public health, House 1907-8-9-10 
(chairman public health 1909-10). 

Vote of district: James Oliver, Rep., 1,148; all others, none. 

District No. 2. — Ashburnham, Gardner, Templeton, Winchcndon. — 
CHARLES N. EDGELL, Republican, of Gardner, was born there Jan. 29, 
1843; educated in Barre, Vt., and New Ipswich academies. In fire insur- 
ance, deeds, mortgage, will and probate business. Member of boards se- 
lectmen, assessors, board of health, each two years ; fire department three 
years, chief two years, during which period reorganized same from a vol- 
unteer force to one with regular companies; Hope lodge Masons, Gard- 
ner royal arch chapter, Hiram council of Worcester, generalissimo of Ivan- 
hoe commandery Knights Templar, Aleppo Temple Mystic Shrine; Wil- 
liam Ellison lodge Odd Fellows; Jessamine chapter O. E. S. ; Gardner 
Boat and Ridgeway clubs. Committee on military affairs, House 1910. 

LOUIS LELAND, Republican, Templeton (Baldwinville), born there 
Oct. 17, 1844; public schools. Merchant. Board of selectmen 1886-92, 
inclusive; town treasurer since 1894. Director Baldwinville Co-opera- 
tive Bank; trustee Templeton Savings Bank. Hope lodge Masons, Star 
lodge A. O. U. W. Committees on parishes and religious societies, roads 
and bridges, House 1909; prisons, 1910. 

Vote of district : C. M. Day, Dem., 991 ; Charles N. Edgell, Rep., 
1,577; H. W. Gale, Dem., 858; Louis Leland, Rep., 1,442. 

District No. 3 — Barre, Holden, Hubbardston, Oakham, Princeton, 
Rutland, Sterling, Westminster.— WICKLIFFE H. WATERHOUSE, 
Republican, Westminster, born in Boston April 3, 1857; public schools. 
Farming. Selectmen 1909; assessors three years; fire engineer. Odd Fel- 
lows, Grange. Committee on agriculture, House 1910. 

Vote of district: Wickliffe H. Waterhouse, Rep., 1,002; all others, 
six. 

District No. 4—Brookfield, Hardzvick, New Braintree, North Brook- 
field, Warren, West Brookfield.— JOEL L. POWERS, Republican, of 
Hardwick, was born in that town Nov. 17, 1843; educated in its public 
schools, with one year at Wilbraham Academy. Always been a farmer 
on the farm on which he was born; meat busniess for several years. As- 
sessor last 30 years, chairman most of the time ; selectman 25 years ; su- 
perintendent of streets 20 years ; collector of taxes 10 years ; assistant town 
clerk six years ; chairman of cemetery commission since it was created, 
1908-9-10; justice of peace eight years; treasurer of Congregational 
church 20 years ; president of "Old Home Week" celebration committee, 
1907; president of Worcester West Agricultural Society two years; set- 
tles estates, etc. One of three trustees (chairman) of $100,000 Paige 
funds left to town in 1910. From 1902-10 agent to defend all law suits 
against the town; trustee of several funds; chairman Republican town 
committee 1889-1910; chairman committee on dedication of soldiers' monu- 
ment 1890. Committee on towns, House 1910. 

Vote of district: Joel L. Powers, Rep., 1,039; L. E. Snow, Soc, 223. 

District No 5.— Charlton, Southbridge, Stnrbridgc.— WILFRID J. 
LAMOUREUX, Democrat, of Southbridge, was born there Dec. 13, 1869 ; 
educated in the public schools, Grand Seminary of Montreal, St. Joseph's 
College of Watertown, N. Y., 1888. Furniture business from June 1, 1900 
to date. Secretary Southbridge eyrie Eagles, No. 334; Nipmuck tribe Red 
Men; treasurer Catholic Order Foresters, trustee council Rochambeau; 
president, secretary, treasurer, financial secretary Jacques Cartier; presi- 
dent Cercle Canadien, president Cercle les Intimes ; clerk sewer commis- 
sion 1904-10, inclusive, auditor 1899-00, library committee 1901-2-3; presi- 



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dent Southbridge Co-operative Bank 1910; Democrat town committee 1904- 
10. Committees on drainage, Southbridge Savings Bank investigation 
(special), House 1910. 

Vote of district: J. J. Beck, Rep., 910; Wilfrid J. Lamoureux, Dem., 
1,030. 

District No. 6. — Auburn, Leicester, Paxton, Spencer. — ALFRED AR- 
SENAULT, Dem., of Spencer, was born there Jan. 3, 1869; educated in 
public schools and Hinman's Business College, Worcester. Clerk in meat 
and grocery store. Financial secretary Spencer council Knights of Co- 
lumbus; treasurer court Spencer Foresters of America; registrar 12 years. 
Committee on federal relations, House 1910. 

Vote of district: Alfred Arsenault, Dem., 1,006: H. H. Capen, Rep., 
915- 

District No. 7.— Dudley, Oxford, Webster.— LAWRENCE J. DU- 
GAN, Dem., of Webster, was born there Nov. 17, 1874; educated in St. 
Louis parochial school of Webster and Webster High school. Druggist. 
Past grand knight Webster council Knights of Columbus ; member division 
12, A. O. H. Committe on roads and bridges, House 1910. 

Vote of district: Lawrence J. Dugan, Dem., 1,179; H. L. Lawson, 
Rep., 926. 

District No. 8. — Blackstone, Douglas, Grafton. Millbury. Shrewsbury, 
Sutton, Uxbridge. ROBERT F. BROWN, Democrat, of Millbury, was 
born in Sutton May 4, 1865 ; Millbury High school 1882. Mill overseer ; 
for last 17 years in meat and provision business. Assessor 1903-4-5 ; A. O. 
H. (president 1878-9), Foresters, Red Men. Committee on agriculture, 
House 1910. 

SAMUEL VERRY CRANE, Republican, of Blackstone, was born in 
Worcester Oct. 4, 1855 ; educated in its public schools and Bryant & 
Stratton's Business College 1873. Farmer and in coal and wood business, 
also grain and hay. Member of Blackstone Grange and Ames lodge A. O. 
U. W. House of 1900 and 1908, on committees on agriculture ; drainage 
(clerk), public lighting, House 1910. 

Vote of district: Robert F. Brown, Dem., 1,473! Samuel Verry 
Crane, Rep., 1,512; J. J. Kelley, Dem., 1,470; Samuel Nield, Rep., 1,412. 

District No. 9. — Hopcdale, Mendon, Milford, Nprthbridge, Upton.— 
WILLIAM R. BURKE, Democrat, Milford, born there July 14, 1870; 
public schools. Dry goods salesman. Eagles, A. O. H., K. of C. Commit- 
tee on prisons, House 1909; cities, 1910. 

ADIN A. MESSINGER, Republican, Hopedale, born there Sept. 13, 
1853; public schools. Employed by Draper Company. Commander Gen. 
Wm. F. Draper camp S. of V.; town auditor 1895-1910. Committee on 
election laws, House 1910. 

Vote of district: William R. Burke, Dem., 2,042; S. C. Durrell, Rep., 
1,628; Adin A. Messinger, Rep., 1,715; Wm. Miskell. Dem., 1,369. 

District No. 10. — Berlin, Bolton, Boylston, Clinton, Northborough, 
Southborough, West Boylston, Westborough.—GEOHLGE. A. BRIGHAM, 
Republican, of Northborough, was born in Boylston Nov. 17, 1859; edu- 
cated in public schools. Market gardener. President Northborough His- 
torical Society 1909-10. Selectman six years, water commissioner five 
(president three), overseer of poor seven, Republican town committee 
eight (chairman six), Republican district committee four (secretary four), 
standing committee Baptist Church twelve; Northborough Grange. Com- 
mittee on public lighting, House 1910. 

AMOS THEODORE SAUNDERS, Republican, Clinton, born in 
Waterford, Me., May 3, 1874; public schools, Bridgton Academy of 



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Bridgton, Me., B. U. Law School 1900. Lawyer. Town solicitor 1904-5-6, 
moderator 1904-5. Republican club of Massachusetts, Worcester county 
Republican club; town committee 1902-3-4-5-6 (chairman in 1904-5-6). 
Clerk of committe on judiciary, House 1909; judiciary, elections, liquor 
law (chairman) 1910. 

Vote of district: George A. Brigham, Rep., 1,913; C. H. Gentsch, 
Dem., 1,474; G. Knorr, Soc, 109; R. Lawrance, Soc, 116; T. H. Riley, 
Dem., 1,518; Amos T. Saunders, Rep., 1,763- 

District No. 11. — Ward 6 Fitchburg, Harvard, Lancaster, Leominster, 
Lunenburg.— HARRY L. PIERCE, Republican, of Leominster, was born 
in Somervillee June 6, 1865 ; educated in public schools. In street railway 
construction and operation, and development and operation of phosphate 
mines in lorida. Wilder lodge Masons, Jerusalem commandery Knights 
Templar of Fitchburg; 32d degree; Aleppo Temple Mystic Shrine; past 
master Workman Tahanto lodge A. O. U. W. ; Fitchburg lodge Elks. 
Committee on mercantile affairs, House 1910. 

FRANK H. POPE, Democrat, Leominster, born in Sandwich March 
7, 1854 ; public schools, Dean Academy of Franklin. Clerk, newspaper cor- 
respondent. Leominster lodge Odd Fellows, Leominster club, Union club, 
Marlborough ; Leominster lodge N. E. O. P. ; secretary Democratic state 
committee 1907 ; president Leominster board of trade. Committee on ways 
and means, House 1908 ; elections, rules, ways and means, 1909 ; rules, ways 
and means, 1910. 

Vote of district: W. H. Brazier, Jr., Soc, 126; J. Mulgrew, Soc, 122; 
A. D. Parker, Dem., 543; Harry L. Pierce, Rep., 2,216; Frank H. Pope, 
Dem., 1,945; A. L. Whitney, Rep., 1,216. 

District No. 12.— Wards 1, 2, 3, 4. 5 Fitchburg. LOUIS N. M. DES 
CHENES, Republican, of Fitchburg, was born in Lindsay, Ont., Can., 
April, 1872; educated in public and private schools, Lindsay Collegiate 
Institute, class of 1886. Pharmacist 1886-01 ; in real estate since. Com- 
mon council 1901 -2-3-4; aldermen 1906-7-8-9 (chairman '08-9). Commit- 
tee on taxation, House 1910. 

FRANK O. HARDY, Republican, Fitchburg, born there Sept, 13, 
1870 ; public schools, High school, class of 1888. Brass founder. Director 
Fitchburg Safe Deposit & Trust Company ; Massachusetts Republican club, 
Tatnuck and Braeburn (Newton) Country clubs, Boston Athletic Associa- 
tion, Merhants' Association, Alpine Golf, Park, Watatic fishing clubs. 
Committee on railroads, House 1909; labor (chairman), railroads, 1910. 

Vote of district: R. E. Anderson, Soc, 260; C. A. Babbitt, Dem., 
1,381; Louis M. Des Chenes, Rep., 1,532; H. T. Estabrook, Soc, 341; 
F. X. Fredrick, Dem., 910; Frank O. Hardy, Rep., 1,896. 

District No, 13.— Ward 1 Worcester. CLARENCE W. HOBBS, JR., 
Republican, Worcester, born in Woodfords, Me., Oct. 1, 1878; public 
schools, Harvard 1902, its Law School 1904 Lawyer. Committees on en- 
grossed bills, iegal affairs (clerk), House 1910. 

Vote of district: Clarence W. Hobbs, Jr., Rep., 1,185; T. McGovern, 
Dem., 403. 

District No. 14.— Ward 2, Worcester.— JOHN P. HOLMGREN, Re- 
publican, Worcester, born in Sweden, May 1, 1873; Worcester public 
schools. Machinist, Salesman; now manager of newspaper. Athelston 
lodge Masons, Worcester royal arch chapter, Swedish Masonic club of 
Boston; Thule lodge Odd Fellows; Shaffner Society, Svea Gille Associa- 
tion, Swedish Engineering Society; honorable member Viking Guard, 
Worcester County Republican club, Ward 2 Republican club, Ward 2 Im- 
provement Society; 1st vice-president Swedish-American club of Massa- 



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chusetts ; Republican city committee 1900-1-2-3 (chairman 1903). Common 
council 1905-6, alderman 1907-8, on all important committees. Committee 
on mercantile affairs, House 1909; cities, 1910. 

Vote of district: John P. Holmgren, Rep., 1,048; all others, none. 

District No. 15.— Ward 3 Worcester.— CORNELIUS J. CARMODY, 
Democrat, Worcester, born in Boston, Jan. 11, 1867; public schools. 
Painter. St. Anne's Total Abstinence Society, Brotherhood P. Dec. & 
P. H. ; president Central Labor Union 2, terms, 1905-6; vice-president 
Massachusetts branch A. F. of L. 1906. Common council 1904-5, al- 
derman 1906. Committee on railroads. House 1908; railroads, rules, 
1909-10; also Lyman School investigation (special), 1910. 

Vote of district: Cornelius J. Carmody, Dem., 868; L. J. Grenier, 
Rep., 539- 

District No. 16.— Ward 4 Worcester. JAMES H. MELLEN, Dem- 
ocrat, Worcester, born there Nov. 7, 1845 ; public schools. K. of L., edi- 
tor Worcester Daily Times, editor Bostonians. House 1877-9, '81, '83, 
'86, '88-9, '91-6, '99-0, '06, '09-10, committees on education, labor, prisons, 
public charitable institutions, revision of statutes, convict labor, rules, ex- 
pediting business, mercantile affairs, railroads, taxation, ways and means, 
revising Sunday laws, Tewksbury investigation. Introduced many import- 
ant labor measures that finally became law ; died June 16. 

Vote of district: L. E. Feingold, Rep., 294; James H. Mellen, Dem., 
1,184. 

District No. 17.— Ward 5 Worcester.— MICHAEL A. HENEBERY, 
Democrat, Worcester, born there Nov. 10, 1877 ; public schools. Lawyer. 
K. C, R. A., Rostrevor and Fulton clubs ; Worcester County Bar Asso- 
ciation ; City employees Union. Committee on insurance, House 1910. 

Vote of district: J. B. Belanger, Rtp., 259; Michael A. Henebery, 
Dem., 838; J. H. Thompson, Dem. Ind., 549. 

District No. 18.— Ward 6 Worcester.— OSCAR C. HAMMAR- 
STROM, Republican, Worcester, born there Oct. 18, 1877; public schools. 
Wire worker. Masons, Odd Fellows ; common council 1906-7. Commit- 
tee on insurance, House 1908; federal relations, insurance (clerk), 1009; 
counties (clerk), prisons, igio. 

Vote of district: Oscar C. Hammarstrom, Rep., 961; J. S. McDon- 
ough, Dem., 674. 

District No. 19.— Ward 7 Worcester.— HARRISON J. CONANT, 
Republican, Worcester, born in Charlton May 3, 1848; public schools, 
Nichols Academy of Dudley. Hardware dealer (retired). Superintendent, 
secretary, treasurer Southbridge Water Supply Company; ex-director 
Hyde Manufacturing Company. Masons. Committee on public service, 
House 1909; roads and bridges, 1910. 

Vote of district: Harrison J. Conant, Rep., 1,038; J. J. McLough- 
Hn, Dem., 467. 

District No. 20.— Ward 8 Worcester.— ARTHUR M. STONE, Re- 
publican, of Worcester, was born in Spencer Oct. 31, 1847; educated in 
public schools. Left school in 1862 to enlist, served in 34th regiment 
three years. Cashier First National Bank, Worcester, 1874; partner in 
Goddard, Fay & Stone and Goddard, Stone & Co., 14 years, employing 
600 men. In 1894 organized Isaac Prouty & Co., of Spencer, boot and 
shoe manufacturers, a $300,000 corporation, and was its treasurer 1894-01; 
second vice-president and treasurer Crompton & Knowles Loom Works ; 
president Boston-Worcester Footwear Company; director City National 
Bank; director Mechanics National Bank, 1910; president Worcester 
Board of Trade 1894-7; member common council 1884-5 (president '85); 



166 A SOUVENIR OF 

president Worcester Congregational club ; Morning Star lodge of Ma- 
sons ; G. A. R ; Commonwealth and Tatnuck Country clubs. Committee 
on mercantile affairs, House 1910. 

Vote of district: H. M. Shaughnessy, Dem., 371; Arthur M. Stone, 
Rep., 1,055. 

District No. 21.— Ward 9 Worcester.— GEORGE ALEXANDER 
REED, Republican, Worcester, born there Aug. 5, 1869; English High 
school, B. U. Law School 1900. Lawyer. Red Men. Committee on pub- 
lic service, House 1910. 

Vote of district: H. E. Dean, Ind. Rep., 371; J. F. H. Mooney, Dem., 
393 ; George Alexander Reed, Rep., 718. 

District No. 22.— Ward 10 Worcester.— ROBERT MORRIS WASH- 
BURN, Republican, Worcester, born there Jan. 4, 1868; public schools, 
Harvard College, class of 1890. Lawyer. Director Worcester Trust 
Company. Clerk of committee on railroads, House 1908; liquor law, rail- 
roads (chairman), rules, 1909; libraries, rules, railroads (chairman), 1910; 
also Southbridge Savings Bank investigation (special), 1910. 

Vote of district : Robert M. Washburn, Rep., 1,342 ; all others, none. 



THE CHAPLAIN AND CLERKS. 

REV. DANIEL WINGATE WALDRON, chaplain of House, was 
born in Augusta, Me., Nov. 11, 1840. Graduated from Bowdoin College 
in 1862, Andover Theological Seminary 1866. Ordained and installed pas- 
tor of Congregational Church, East Weymouth, Mass., April 3, 1867, dis- 
missed May 14, 1871, to become pastor of Maverick Church, East Boston, 
which position he held until Dec. 1, 1872. Since Feb., 1873, connected 
with City Missionary Society, Boston, being now its secretary and super- 
intendent. Preached "Election Sermon," Jan. 7, 1880. Elected chaplain 
of House in 1879, and re-elected each year since. 

JAMES W. KIMBALL, clerk, Republican, born in Lynn December 
17, 1858. Received his education in public schools ; on leaving school 
entered printing business, which trade he has since followed. In 1882, 
appointed page of House of Representatives, afterwards appointed mes- 
senger of same branch; in 1888, when a vacancy occurred in assistant 
clerkship of House, appointed to fill that position. Golden Fleece lodge 
Masons. Nominated for clerk by House Republicans in caucus and 
elected by full House of 1897-98-99-00-01 -02-03-04-05-06-07-08-09 -10. 

FRANK E. BRIDGMAN, assistant clerk, Roxbury, born in Spring- 
field March 28, 1869; Toledo, O., High school, 1887, salutatorian. With 
Mechanics' Iron Foundry Company, Roxbury. from Aug. 8, 1887, until 
appointed clerical assistant in Senate, Jan. 1, 1894; served there three 
terms, then appointed to present position. 

CLARENCE J. SMITH, clerical assistant, Boston, born there Sept. 3, 

1875; public schools, English High 1893; post-graduate course. Page to 
Speaker of House 180=^-6-7-8: appointed clerical assistant 1899. 

KARL 11. OLIVER, appointed clerical assistant Jan. 1, 1905, born 
in Lynn Jan. o. [884; Lynn High school, Dartmouth College 1901-2; 
taught in Intervale, N. 11.. 1904-5-6. 

ERNEST GRANT WEBB. Danvers, bom there Aug. 66, 1885; public 
schools, including High, Mosaic lodge Masons. Page of House 1902-3-4- 
5 6; appointed clerical assistant Jan. 4. 1007. 



MASSACHUSETTS LEGISLATURE, 1910 167 

THE SERGEANT-AT-ARMS AND HIS APPOINTEES. 

THOMAS F. PEDRICK, Lynn, born in 1846 in Marblehead; public 
schools. Shoe business until 1884, when he was appointed messenger; as- 
sistant doorkeeper 1901 ; doorkeeper 1904. Assistant assessor 5 years, clerk 
of board 17 years, special county commissioner 1891-4, justice of peace, 
notary public. K. of H., Odd Fellows. Doorkeeper of House 1900- 1909. 
Elected Sergeant-at-Arms Jan. 5, 1910. 

ADELBERT M. MOSSMAN, of Hudson, was born in Searsport, Me., 
Nov. 23, 1848; educated in public schools of Sudbury and Hudson, Mass. 
Jeweler. Served in Co. I, 35th N. J., in Sherman's Army of Georgia, 
Feb. 24 to July 23, 1865. Past master Doric lodge Masons ; Houghton 
royal arch chapter of Marlboro ; past commander Trinity commandery 
Knights Templar ; past patron Corinthian chapter O. E. S. ; Hudson lodge 
A. O. U. W. Organizer and captain Co. M, 5th M. V. M. ( 1887-94; major 
1894-98, retired as lieut. col.; assistant adj. gen, as lieut. col., Nov., 1907, 
until appointed as first clerk of sergeant-at-arms, Aug. 26, 1909. 

JAMES BEATTY, purchasing agent, Waltham, born in Manchester, 
England, Aug. 26, 1845 ; came tq Salem when only 2 years old ; common 
schools. Enlisted Sept. 22, 1861, in Co. I, 22d Massachusetts, 3 years a 
bugler in Fifth Corps Army of Potomac, taking part in all engagements. 
Mustered out Oct. 18, 1864. Auctioneer, furniture business. Alderman 
1897-98-99. Commander Waltham G. A. R. Post; Odd Fellows; A. O. 
U. W. Appointed messenger at State House 1886 ; legislative postmaster 
1893-1909; appointed purchasing agent Jan. 5, iqio. 

CHARLES W. PHILBRICK, Lowell, born there March 18, 1842. 
Enlisted in Co. F, 3d N. H. Regiment. August 9, 1861 ; wounded at 
Drury's Bluff, May 15, 1864, left arm amputated on 'field; discharged 
September, 1864. Appointed special messenger 1872; regular messenger, 
August, 1892. Odd Fellows, G. A. R., New Hampshire Veterans' Asso- 
ciation. 

GEORGE M. FILLEBROVVN, messenger, born in Mt. Vernon, Me., 
May 5, 1841 ; public schools. Enlisted April 15. 1861, in Co. F, 4th Massa- 
chusetts ; promoted to 1st lieutenant; mustered out June 25, 1864, by reason 
of wounds at Aldie, Va., June 17, 1863. Foreman in hat factories some 
thirty years. Appointed messenger January, 1895. 

FRANK W. COLE, South Framingham, born there July 4, 1876; its 
schools. Wholesale plumbing supply house. Gen. J. G. Foster camp, 
Sons of Veterans : Framingham lodge Odd Fellows, Welcome lodge 
Daughters of Rebekah. Appointed page of House Jan. 1, 1895, assistant 
clerk legislative Document Room since iSqN; promoted to document clerk 
Jan. 5, 1910. 

BENJAMIN H. McKINLEY, Lowell, born there, Nov. 26. 1887; 
grammar and High schools, preparatory school, Lowell Commercial Col- 
lege 1906. Appointed Mouse page in Jan., 1904; appointed assistant clerk 
in Document Room Jan. 5, 1910. 

FRED HENRY KIMBALL, chief engineer, born in Mercer, Me., 
Jan. 15, 1870; public schools Augusta, Me. Boston Elevated two years; 
superintendent power station Boston Terminal Building five years ; ap- 
pointed to present position Jan. 25, 1904. Masons, Odd Fellows, New 
England Street Railway club. 

MISS ELLEN MUDGE BURRILL, cashier, born in Lynn, Mass., 
June 16, 1872 ; graduated from Lynn High school 1889. Stenographer for 
National Headquarters Grand Army 1893-1894; stenographer Sergeant- 
at-arms Nov. 1, 1894. to May 5. 1903. Appointed cashier May 5, 1903. 
Council of Lvnn Historical Society. 



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LUKE K. DAVIS, doorkeeper of Senate, born in Jaffrey, N. H., 
Feb. 23, 1845; common schools of Worcester, whither he removed at ten. 
Woodworker by occupation. Enlisted Aug. 12, 1862, Co. C, 36th regi- 
ment, wounded May 12, 1864, at Spottsylvania ; discharged June 29, 1865. 
George H. Ward Post G. A. R., Damascus lodge Knights of Pythias. Ap- 
pointed State House messenger 1887, assistant doorkeeper 1899, pro- 
moted to doorkeeper Jan., 1904. 

CHARLES H. JOHNSON, Woburn, born in that city Sept. 19, 1843; 
public schools. July, 1862, enlisted in Co. K, 39th regiment; promoted 
to corporal June, 1863. Appointed messenger 1891, assistant doorkeeper 
Jan., 1904. Post 161, G. A. R. 

B. H. JELLISON, Haverhill, born in Byfield, Nov. 29, 1846, common 
schools. Shoemaker. Co. C, 19th regiment; made sergeant on field, 
July 4, 1863, for capturing a rebel flag and saving United States flag same 
dav; medal from Congress for same. Wounded at Fair Oaks, June 23, 
1863; at Cold Harbor in 1864. Commissioned 2d lieutenant at close of 
war. Second lieutenant, Co. F, 6th regiment, 1863; resigned, chosen to 
same position Co. F, 8th regiment ; 9 years captain same company. G. A. 
R. Appointed messenger 1889. 

FRANCIS A. IRELAND, Pittsfield, born in Dexter, Me., July 27, 
1843; public schools. Overseer 20 years in woolen mill. Private in Co. 
E, 22d Maine regiment. Past commander of Post No. 125, G. A. R., past 
warden and D. G. W. in N. E. O.P. Appointed Senate messenger Jan., 
1898. 

EDWARD C. COOK, Westfield, born in New Marlboro Aug. 13, 
1845; public schools. Carpenter. Enlisted Dec. 13, 186 1 ; corporal in Co. 
H. 31st regiment, Department of Gulf; discharged Oct. 9, 1865. Member 
Lyon Post, G. A. R., Westfield; formerly of Scott Bradley Post of Lee. 
Woronocco lodge Odd Fellows, Westfield. Appointed Senate messenger 
in Jan., 1900. 

JOSEPH W. ABBOTT, Fitchburg, born in Andover Sept. 18, 1836; 
public schools. Enlisted Aug. 11, 1862, in Co. B, 36th regiment. Army of 
the Potomac ; sieges of Vicksburg and Knoxville ; mustered out in July, 
1865. Locomotive engineeer on Fitchburg railroad for 42 years. Charles 
W. Moore lodge Masons of Fitchburg, of Oasis lodge Odd Fellows of 
Somerville, Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers; Edwin V. Sumner 
Post G. A. R. Appointed messenger of Senate in Jan., 1902. 

LAWRENCE G. MITCHELL, Somerville, born in Boston, Jan. 24, 
1880; public schools, including High school. Columbian lodge Masons, 
St. Paul's Royal Arch chapter. Appointed Senate page, Jan.. 1897; Sen- 
ate messenger, Jan.. 1903. 

ENOCH PRATT, Middlebore, born in Bridgewater, Oct. 4, 1843; 
public schools, Pratt Academy. Shoemaker. Enlisted Aug. 13, 1862, 1st 
Heavy Artillery. Army of Potomac; mustered out July 21. 1864. Gen. 
Pierce Post, G. A. R., U V. U, Fellowship lodge Masons of Bridge- 
water, Bay State commandery of Brockton. Appointed messenger in 
Jan., 1903. 

WILLARD S. COOKE, Lexington, born in Granby, Dec. 12, 1838; 
public schools, Amherst Academy, Williston Seminary, Amherst and Wil- 
liams Colleges, graduating from latter in 1861. Enlisted Aug. 30, 1862, in 
Co. F, 37th regiment, Army of Potomac, 6th Army Corps; mustered out 
June 21, 1865; member post 139, G. A. R. of Somerville; associate member 
Kinslev Post No. 113 of Boston and Hooker Associates; Pacific lodge 
Masons of Amherst. Began newspaper work on Springfield Homestead 
in 1869; 1873 came to Boston Daily News; 1875 to Boston Herald, as 
reporter, but was advanced to news editor and chief editor of Evening 



MASSACHUSETTS LEGISLATURE, 1910 169 

Herald, remaining until 1899, when resigned to engage in journalistic 
work in New Hampshire; returned to Boston 1900: appointed Senate 
messenger Jan. 15, 1904. 

FRANK A. DOW, born in Haverhill March 16, 1848 ; public schools. 
Photographer and shoe industry. Enrolled Aug. 22, 1864, in 28th Un- 
attached Co. M. A., later consolidated into 4th Mass. H. A. ; discharged 
June 17, 1865, close of war. Co. F, 6th regiment 1870-7, City council 
1882-3. Photographer, stereopticon illustrating. Commander Major How 
Post, G. A. R., 1907-8-9- 10. Appointed messenger Dec. 14, 1907. 

GEORGE J. ABBOTT, Boston (Allston), born there June 23, 1892; 
public schools, graduating from Washington grammar school, and from 
Mechanic Arts High. Appointed page Jan. I, 1907. 

CHARLES E. THATCHER, Great Barrington (Housatonic), born 
there July 24, 1887; public schools, Searle's High school 1906; Clerk at 
Heaton Hall, Stockbridge, since. Appointed Senate page Jan. 1, 1909. 

FRED L. JENNERY, Cambridge, born in (South) Boston March 
18,-1893; graduate of Bigelow grammar school, summer course Burdett 
College; clerk Crawford House, N. H., 1910. Y. M. C. A. Appointed 
House page Jan. 1, 1909; Senate page Jan. 5, 1910. 

GEORGE H. NORTON, of Chelsea, was born in Newport, Me., 
Aug. 1, 1892; educated in Chelsea schools, including High, and Burdett's 
Commercial College. Y. M. C. A. Appointed page Jan. 5, 1910. 



SIDNEY GARDNER, doorkeeper, Gloucester, born there June 10, 
1843; public schools. Enlisted in Co. G, 8th regiment, Sept. 15 1862; 
discharged Aug. 7, 1863; re-enlisted in same company July 18, 1864; dis- 
charged Nov. 10, 1864. Commander Col. Allen Post, G A. R., 1886-1887, 
1892 to now. Odd Fellows ; inspector Customs at Gloucester 1872-87. 
Masons. Appointed messenger 1888; assistant doorkeeper 1904; appointed 
doorkeeper Jan. s. 1910. 

FRANCIS STEELE, Boston, born there Jan. 22, 185 1 ; Eliot school. 
Been clerk. Appointed messenger 1880; assistant doorkeeper Jan. 5, 1910. 

HARRY W. MORGAN, postmaster, Somerville, born in Northampton 
(Florence), Sept. 24, 1879; public schools, including High school, Hin- 
man's Business College of Springfield. Page of Massachusetts Senate 
1896-7-8-9; International Trust Company, Boston, 1899-07. Clerk of Ser- 
geant-at-arms 1909; postmaster Jan. 5, 1910. 

THOMAS COYNE, Milford, born in Ireland Dec. 11, 1833. En- 
listed from Milford Sept. 30, 1861, in Co. A, 2d battalion of N. Y. ; 
mustered out March 17, 1865. Post 22, G A. R. Crispins, Knights of 
Labor, constable. Sons of Temperance. Appointed messenger of House 
1887. 

JOHN B. FISHER, Dedham, born in Vermont 1842; public schools. 
Co. M, 1st Mass. Cavalry Dec. 25, 1863; mustered out as 1st sergeant, Co. 
A. Masons, G A. R. Appointed messenger 1889. 

EDWIN C. GOULD, Melrose, born Aug. 19, 1840, at Wilmington; 
Bath, Me., schools. In 1856 printed in Melrose its first paper, Melrose 
Advertiser, now Melrose Journal; went to Atchinson, Kan., 1857, em- 
ployed on 'Squatter Sovereign," a Free State paper ; crossed the plains 
in i860 at time of Pike's Peak gold fever; employed in mines when war 
broke out. Enlisted Sept 1, 1861, in Co. F, 1st Colorado Cavalry; 
wounded at Glorietta, N. M., March 28, 1862; discharged Oct. 16, 1864; 
postmaster at military post, Fort Lyon, Col., 1862 to 1865 ; in 1866 en- 
tered employ of Bridgeport, Conn., Rubber Comany, where remained 
13 years. From 1879 to 1891 cashier for F. M. Holmes Furniture Co., 
of Boston. Been commander U. S. Grant Post, No. 4, G. A. R. ; member 



i;o A SOUVENIR OF 

of Sons of the American Revolution, tyler Wyoming lodge Masons, 
Waverly royal arch chapter; town and now city auditor; justice of peace 
and notary public. Appointed messenger in 1891. 

MARK C LONDON, Boston, born in Philadelphia, Dec. 20, 1847; 
its public schools. Been railroad porter. Enlisted Jan. 4, 1864, in Co. 
A, 25th regiment, U. S. A., colored troops, Lancaster, Pa. ; discharged 
Dec, 1865 ; served as orderly to Col. F. L. Hitchcock in last year of 
war ; past commander R. A. Bell Post, G. A. R. ; past chancellor com- 
mander Wm. C. Nell lodge Knights of Pythias. Appointed messenger 

1893. 

SIDNEY. HOLMES, (South) Boston, born in Plymouth Aug. 21, 
1843 ; public schools. Cabinet maker. Odd Fellows. Appointed House 
messenger January, 1888. 

C. J. TARBELL, Springfield, born in Mt. Holly, Vt, Nov. 11, 1842; 
public schools. Enlisted Sept. 1, 1862, in Co. E, 16th Vermont; wounded 
at Gettysburg; mustered out Aug. 10, 1863; re-enlisted Jan. 1, 1865, in 
26th N. Y. cavalry; mustered out June 2T, 1865, at close of war. Cabinet 
maker, furniture business. Member Roswell Lee lodge Masons, Morning 
Star chapter; Odd Fellows. Appointed House messenger Jan. 1, 1S98. 

THOMAS P. FROST, Lawrence, born in Eastport, Me., Sept. 13, 
1840; public schools. Was in furniture business. Enlisted in Co. F, 
1st regiment, Aug. 14, 1862, Army of Potomac; taken prisoner at Spott- 
sylvania, being in Andersonville, Florence, Charlestown 7 months ; mus- 
tered out March 1, 1865; Needham Post, G A. R. Appointed House 
messenger in Jan., 1900. 

JAMES P. CLARE, Hudson, born in Chelsea March 23, 1846; Co. 
E, 19th regiment, July 25, 1861, June 30, 1865; 2d lieut. 26th Inf., U. S. 
V., July 5, 1900, May 13, 1901 ; Capt. Co. M 5th regiment; retired as 
Major Dec. 10, 1904. Masons. Appointed messenger 1902. 

JOHN OTIS BUSH, Maiden, born in Foxcroft, Me., Feb. 11, 1849; 
public schools, academy, Adams & Waitt's Commercial School of Augusta. 
Enlisted Nov., 1863, in Co. 1, 2d Maine Cavalry; discharged June 16, 
1865. Masons. 

FRANK S. FINNEY, Plymouth, born there April 20, 1845 ; Plymouth 
High school. Enlisted March 31, 1864, Signal Corps; mustered out July 
11, 1865. Bookkeeper, insurance. G A. R., A. 0. U. W. Appointed mes- 
senger Feb. 12, 1906. 

NATHANIEL D. CURRY, Whitman, born in Windsor, N. S., July 
28, 1866; public schools. Cabinet and box maker. State House elevator 
rran 1894-1908; appointed messenger Jan. 1, 1908. 

JACOB B. HENRY, born at Eastport, Me., Dec. 2, 1843. Farmer, 
fisherman. Boynton grammar school. Enlisted in Co. K, 1st Me. H. A., 
Aug. 3, 1862; promoted to sergeant at Weldon Road. Since 1865 in piano 
business. Masons, G. A. R., Pilgrim Fathers, A. 0. U. W.. Appointed 
messenger to House in 1908. 

RICHARD B. BROWN, Marblehead, born there March 17, 1847; 
public schools. At sea, i860; U. S. Navy 1863-4; Co. C, 8th regiment 
1864-5. Grand Banks fishing several years; manufacturer of shoes, auc- 
tioneer. Selectman 1902-3-4; cemetery commission several years (chair- 
man). Appointed messenger 1909. 

DAVID FULLER, of Fall River, was born in Austria Nov. 4, 1847; 
educated in Kamnitz; came to United States May 10, 1865. Enlisted Feb. 
4, 1867, assigned to Battery A, 5th Artillery, at Fortress Monroe, a guard 
of Jefferson Davis; honorably discharged June 10, 1875. Bottling busi- 
ness, patents, cranberry grawing ; last seven years military instructor in 
High school and police department. Enlisted in Co. M, 1st infantry, M. 



MASSACHUSETTS LEGISLATURE, 1910 171 

V. M., Dec. 10, 1878; 1st lieutenant Spanish-American War, 1898; pro- 
moted to captain Feb. 1899; retired as major April 6, 1910. Appointed 
messenger Dec. 24, 1909. 

LESTER BLAINE LIBBEY, Milford, born there Feb. 10, 1890; 
public schools, including High. Y. M. C. A. Comer's Business College; 
Grange. Appointed page of House Jan. 1, 1907. 

JOHN J. O'LEARY, Boston, born there June 11, 189 1 ; graduate of 
Quincy grammar school ; then in an office until appointed page, Jan. 1, 1907. 

MORRIS C. JACKSON, Lynn, born there Sept. 22, 1890; three years 
in High school. Appointed page Jan. 1, 1908. 

NORMAN H. CURRY, Whitman, born there Dec. 4, 1892 ; two years 
in High school, Bryant & Stratton's Commercial College. Appointed page 
Jan. 1, 1908. 

FRED W. BROWN, Lynn, born there Sept. 13, 1899; public schools, 
including Cobbett grammar school. Hotel clerk, summer 1909-10. Ap- 
pointed page Jan. 1, 1908. 

EDWARD J. DONOVAN, Boston, born there Oct. 23, 1893; public 
schools, including Washington Allston grammar. Commonwealth Athletic 
club, Brighton Catholic Association. Appointed page Jan. 1, 1909. 

AUSTIN THOMAS DAVIS, Salem, born there April 24, 1892. Son 
of Thomas L. Davis, representative from Salem for nine years. Educated 
in Phillips grammar school. Y. M. C. A. Appointed page Jan. 1, 1909. 

THOMAS H. TURTLE, born in Pittsfield Sept. 16, 1880; educated 
in its public schools, including High. Mohegan tribe of Red Men. With 
Pittsfield Spark Coil Company, and Stanley General Electric Company 
until appointed page, Jan. 5, 1910. 

ROBERT J. TAYLOR, elevator next Mt. Vernon street entrance, 
born in Virginia 1852; Hampton school. Came to Boston 1872, followed 
hotel business until 1886, when appointed legislative elevator man in State 
House. G. U. O. of O. F., Sumner lodge, past grand master council 
same order, past officer military order. Represented his lodge in B. M. 
C, held in Washington 1892 ; president Odd Fellows' Building Associa- 
tion 1904-5, Republican club of Massachusetts. 

EDMUND J. GILL, in charge elevator on East Front of the State 
House, was born in St. Johns, Manitoba, Canada, April 7, 1878; Lowell 
public schools. Employed in shops of Lowell Machine Company until 
appointed to present position, May 1, 1905. 



NOTES OF THE SESSION. 

Hon. Thomas S. Walsh, Springfield, died at his home Feb. 4; Presi- 
dent Treadway and Senators Turtle, Rockwood, Mellen and Mahoney 
were appointed to attend his funeral and prepare resolutions. 

Hon. Arthur B. Breed, Lynn, died Jan. 25. Messrs. Cormack,, Coggs- 
well, Ford, Holt of Lynn, Halliday of Saugus, Noyes, Quinn, White of 
Brookline, Bean of Cambridge, Holt of Methuen, Crocker, Conwell, Bond, 
Pay, Pope, W. H. O'Brien, Conway and Emerson were appointed to at- 
tend funeral and prepare resolutions. 

Representative James A. Halliday, Saugus, died Feb. 3. Messrs. Holt 
of Lynn, Cormack, Noyes, Quinn, Cogswell, Ford, Willetts, Stevens, Co- 
nant, Burckel, Cushman of Provincetown, Titus and Dugan were appointed 
tc prepare resolutions and attend funeral. 

Representative Samuel F. Coffin. West Newbury, died May 26. 
Messrs. Fogg, Ellis of Yarmouth, Graham, Quinn, Conley, Sargent, Pow- 
ers of Boston, and Elwell were appointed to attend the funeral and pre- 
pare resolutions. 



i/2 A SOUVENIR OF 

Hon. Thorndike Spalding, Cambridge, died May 4. President Tread- 
way, and Senators Turtle, Mahoney, Hibbard, Turner, Butler, Hultman, 
Evans, Teeling and Mulligan were appointed to attend the funeral. Reso- 
lutions were adopted by rising vote, and the Senate adjourned as a further 
mark of respect. 

On April 5, Mrs. La Salle Corbell Pickett, widow of the late Maj. 
Gen. George F. Pickett of the Confederate Army, was presented to the 
House, during a recess for that purpose, and briefly addressed the House. 
In the Senate reception room she was presented to Sergt. B. H. Jellison, 
tor whose history see sketch under Senate Messengers. 

The House adjourned Friday, May 20, out of respect to the late King 
Edward of Great Britain, whose funeral was being held that day in Lon- 
don, on motion of Mr. W. H. O'brien of Boston. On Monday, May 23, 
the British vice-consul came to the House and formally expressed his 
appreciation of the tribute thus given 



INDEX 



ILLUSTRATIONS. 

The State Officers and Executive Council are followed by the joint com- 
mitteees arranged alphabetically, in general, while these groups are separated 
by miscellaneous groups that have a direct or indirect relation to our State 
government, as follows: State House (page 4), Governor's private room (6), 
Council chamber (8), Senate chamber (10-11), Senate reception room (12), 
Senate reading room (13), room of President of Senate (14), room of 
■Speaker of House (16), hall of House (18), House reading room and post-office 
(19), Doric Hall (17), State Librarv (52). Grand Stairway (101), Memorial 
Hall (102-103), Views from Cupola (105-6-7-8). The Old South (109), Fan- 
euil Hall (110). Daniel Webtesr (111). Old State txouse (112). 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. 



Draper, Eben S. 
Frothingham, L. A. 
Olin. W. M. 
Stevens, E. A. 
Turner, H. E. 
Malone, Dana 
Brightman. C. O. 
dishing, J. S. 
Murray, W. F. 



Portrait Sketch 




Portrait 


Ske 


tch 


5 


113 


Glidden, W. S. 




9 


116 


7 


113 


Gove, W. H. 




9 


116 


7 


114 


Fletcher, H. E. 




9 


116 


7 


114 


Johnson, J. L. 




9 


117 


7 


114 


Goetting, A. H. 




9 


117 


7 


114 


Murphy, W. A. 




9 


117 


9 


115 


Hamlin. E. F. 




9 


118 


9 


115 


Southworth, C. A. 




9 


118 


9 


115 











Ames, Butler 
Crane. W. M. 
Foss, E. N. 
Gardner, A. P. 

fiillett. F. H. 
Greene, W. S. 
Keliher, J. A. 
Lawrence. G. P. 



MEMBERS OF CONGRESS. 



Lodge, H. C. 
McCall, S. W. 
O'Connell, J. F. 
Peters, A. J. 
Roberts. E. W. 
Tirrell, C. Q. 
Washburn, C. It. 
Weeks. J. W. 



90 


j.±y 

118 


90 


119 


90 


119 


90 


118 


90 


119 


90 


119 


90 


118 



90 118 

90 119 

90 119 

90 119 

90 119 

90 119 

90 118 

90 119 



THE SENATE. 



Abbott. G. B. (Died Apri 


1 -) 


127 


Greenwood, L. H. 


75-83-89-91 


128 


Bennett, F. P., Jr. 


31-81-89 


124 


Harvev, J. L. 


47-53-61 


123 


Bray. C. B. 


45-55-71 


121 


Hibbard, J. H. 


63-77-81 


134 


Bunting, George 


31-83-85 


122 


Hultman, E. C. 


71-79-83-89 


125 


Burnham, Lewis 


27-33-39 


126 


Keith, R. M. 


23-43-65-81 


126 


Butler, J. J. 


55-61-73 


127 


Lomasney, J. P. 


27-39-43 


126 


Crosby, J. L. 


39-61-89 


124 


Mahoney, D. D. 


29-59-75 


122 


Dennv. D. E. 


27-47-63 


128 


Malley, J. F. 


31-63-65 


122 


Do vie, J. H. 


63-69-83 


126 


Meanev, J. F. 


33-53-85-91 


128 


Evans, W. R., Jr. 


37-41-49 


123 


Mellen, W. B. 


23-51-85-91 


129 


Farley, D. E. 


23-41-77 


129 


Mulligan, H. C. 


25-37-49 


122 



174 



INDEX. 





Portrait Sketch 




Portrait Sketch 


Nash, M. S. 


35-47-67 


125 


Spalding, Thorndike 


37-49-79 


123 


Nason, A. L. 


33-77-87 


122 


Teeling, E. S. 


49-57-79 


126 


Newhall, G. H. 


27-45-73 


121 


Tinkham, G. H. 


25-29-35-91 


127 


O'Connor, P. H. 


39-45-51 


127 


Tolman, J. K 


29-39-53-59 


122 


Parker, W. P. 


59-61-69 


127 


Treadway, A. T. 


15-77 


120 


Pickford, J. H. 


31-57-67 


127 


Turner, Joseph 


47-67-73 


121 


Rankin, J. L. 


89-43-45-57 


120« 


Turtle. William 


49-75-79 


120 


Eockwood, B. M. 


41-59-87 


125 


White, J. E. 


25-55-89-91 


128 


Boss, Samuel 


51-65-69 


121 









THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. 



Adams, A. S. 


85 


137 


Cogswell, J. H. 


53 


136 


Ahearn.D. C. 


31-39-91 


144 


Collins, E. D. 


25 


158 


Allen, R. C. 


31-87 


138 


Colpoys, F. L. 


73 


158 


Armstrong, W. M. 


35-57 


148 


Conant, H. J. 


77 


165 


Arnold, S. F. 


69 


157 


Conley, M. F. 


71 


146 


Arseneault, Alfred 


41 


163 


Conway, J. J. 


89 


160 


Atherton, H. H. 


77 


136 


Conwell, L. M. 


89 


149 


Atkins, 0. W. 


25 


188 


Coogan, T. F. 


29 


158 


Avery, W. B. 


23-91 


139 


Coon, J. H. L. 


83 


150 


Barlow, E. B. 


38-73 


146 


Cormack, J. S. 


59 


136 


Barry, J. J. 


35 


141 


Cox, C. H. 


39-53 


157 


Bates, B. F. 


25-71 


155 


Crane, E. D. 


75 


143 


Batley, Albert 


65 


145 


Crane, S. V. 


33-71 


163 


Bavlev, E. A. 


59-75 


149 


Crocker, Courtenay 


89 


157 


Beal, C. S. 


33 


153 


Cronin, D. F. 


43 


159 


Bean, G. F. 


41-75 


147 


Cuff, T. S. 


69 


146 


Bean, J. W. 


79-89-91 


143 


dimming, H. E. 


41 


159 


Bellamy, W. A. 


35 


132 


Cummings, J. B. 


49 


131 


Bliss, A. E. 


27 


147 


Curtiss, Frank 


81 


132 


Bond, Henry 


89-91 


139 


Cuhtiss, J. H. 


87 


140 


Bothfield, H. E. 


61 


143 


Cushing, G. D. 


55-61-79 


157 


Boutwell, S. H. 


23 


135 


Cushman, A. W. 


45-77 


130 


Bray ton, Israel 


49-55 


134 


Cushman, E. D. 


81 


139 


Breckenridge, Lincoln 


71 


130 


Daly, F. L. 


29 


159 


Brennan, F. J. 


55 


159 


Davies, Thomas 


37 


141 


Brigham, G. A. 


71 


163 


Davis, A. S. 


37-39 


147 


Brophy, M. J. 


69 


155 


Davis, P. S. 


27 


138 


Brown, C. H. 


41-61 


149 


Dean, C. A. 


83 


147 


Brown, J. B. 


35 


161 


DesChenes, L. N. M. 


83 


164 


Brown, E. F. 


23 


163 


Dickson, C. H. 


71 


131 


Burckel, A. J. 


77 


135 


Doane, G. E. 


25-41 


154 


Burke, W. E. 


27 


163 


Donovan, J. L. 


45 


156 


Callahan, T. F. 


38-61 


156 


Dow, C. E. 


25-91 


160 


Campbell, E. B. 


33 


151 


Dow, G. L. 


27 


143 


Carleton, I. J. 


31 


156 


Doyle, A. P. 


27-57 


133 


Carmody, C. J. 


75-79-91 


165 


Ducey, F. M. 


47 


155 


Carr, C. L. 


61 


160 


Dugan, L. W. 


77 


163 


Carr, John 


25-41 


159 


Dwver, J. F. 


85 


152 


Cavanaj*h, J. F. 


47-83-91 


148 


Ebsen, C. E. 


57-59 


137 


Chapman, F. P. 


75 


152 


Edsell. C. N. 


63 


162 


Chase, A. P. 


37-63 


137 


Ellis, G. H. 


51-81 


143 


Clark, J. D. 


81 


144 


Ellis. H. A. 


43 


130 


Cliff, Z. E. 


67-91 


149 


Elwell, C. E. 


45 


138 


Coffin, S. F. 


45-71 


138 


Emerson, F. O. 


27 


157 



INDEX. 



175 



Portrait Sketch 



Fairbank, W. H. 
Fay, W. B. 
Fletcher, W. F. 
Fogg, C. J. 
Ford, F. W. 
Gardner, C. M. 
Gifford, W. H. 
Goff, E. L. 
Goode, J. J. 
Gowing, J. JL). 
( iraham, W. J. 
Greene, H. J. 
Guild, Julius 
Haigis, J. W. 
Hale, R. W. 
Hall, H. A. 
Hallidav. William 
Ham, H. H. 
Hammarstrom, 0. C 
Hancock, P. B. 
Hardy, F. 0. 
Hardy, L. F. 
Harrington, E. F. 
Hathaway, E. R. 
Hatton, J. A. 
Hayes, J. J. 
Hays, Martin 
Heneoery, M. A. 
Hester, W. A. 
Hickev, W. P. 
Hobbs, C. W., Jr. 
Holbrook. H. E. 
Holden, J. W. 
Holman, S. M. 
Holmgren, J. P. 
Holt, C. T. 
Holt, E. G. 
Holt. F. E. 
Holt, H. R. 
Howard, W. N. 
Hughes. J. J. 
Hurd, L. E. 
Kane. Maurice 
Kearns, J. E. 
Keefe, D. P. 
Keenan. M. S. 
Keene, S. B. 
Kelly, J. H. 
Kendrick, D. W. 
Killpartrick, C. T. 
Kimball. J. L. 
Kinney, 0. F. 
Knight, J. H. 
Lamoureux, W. J. 
Langelier, L. F. R. 
Langtry. A. P. 



23 

89 

33 

31-83 

45-73 

23-91 

43 

85 

63 

31 

27 

43 

87 

75-79 

49-55 

51-69 

85 

53-91 

31-65 

67 

51-75 

81 

87 

29-73 

37-39 

53 

53 

47 

87 

31 

39-53 

47 

71 

29-67 

27 

47-63 

79-89 

87 

29 

23 

65 

49 

87 

63 

67 

37 

61-73 

59 

23 

33 

29 

67 

49 

33-91 

25-45 

59 



145 
149 
140 
138 
136 
141 
133 
133 
159 
147 
135 
134 
152 
139 
152 
131 
135 
159 
165 
154 
164 
142 
133 
133 
155 
155 
161 
165 
135 
158 
164 
152 
150 
132 
164 
140 
135 
137 
132 
132 
131 
137 
153 
146 
134 
136 
148 
158 
133 
146 
137 
154 
160 
162 
151 
140 



Portrait Sketch 



Lanman, F. H. 
Leland, Louis 
Leonard, J. H. 
Lewin, Charles 
Lombard, P. I. 
Longley, S. W. 
Mancovitz, David 
Marchand, G. E. 
McCarthy, C. F. 
McCarthy, D. J. 
McCullough. T. F. 
MeGrath, M. F. 
McKirdv, R. K. 
Meade/T. J. 
Mellen, C. O. 
Mellen, J. H. 
Messinger, A. A. 
Meyers, Julius 
Mifdram, S. H. 
Montague, D. T. 
Moore, Fred, 
Moore, W. S. 
Morrill, C. H. 
Moseley, W. G. 
Munroe, W. F. 
.Murray, W. J. 
Nickerson, C. V. 
Noonan, E. T. J. 
Nordbeck, A. F. 
Noyes, J. M. 
O'Brien, M. F. 
O'Brien, W. H. 
O'Donnell. F. D. 
Oliver, James 
O'Neil, D. A. 
Parks, J. A. 
Pat tee. A. L. 
Pay son, W. E. 
Peirce, W. H. 
Penniman. H. A. 
Perry, L. S. 
Perry, W. K. 
Pierce, H. L. 
Pope, F. H. 
Powers, J. F. 
Pnwers, J. L. 
Priest, A. F. 
Quigley, F. X. 
Quinn, M. L. 
Reed, G. A. 
Reed, J. J. 
Ricker, G. A. 
Riley. T. P. 
Roberts, L. G. 
Robinson, G. B. 
Robinson, W. M. 



69 


153 


65 


162 


71 


160 


51 


133 


27 


140 


85 


145 


38-53 


156 


65 


146 


59 


145 


25-38 


159 


51 


141 


85 


144 


67 


156 


27 


154 


38-49-55 


152 


35-65 


165 


37 


163 


81 


143 


83 


160 , 


69 


142- 


33 


133 


45-63 


153 


83 


134 


75 


150 


51-81 


135 


33 


155 


61 


153 


55 


158 


87 


154 


67 


136 


41 


159 


89 


158 


57 


156 


63-69 


161 


57 


155 


51 


133 


43-57 


130 


85 


132 


43 


142 


59 


143 


35 


133 


43 


153 


59 


164 


79-89 


164 


81 


158 


85 


162 


53 


134 


83 


141 


29-45 


136 


73 


166 


73 


142 


45-71 


138 


49 


147 


49 


160 


73 


1S03 


41-81 


161 




i/6 




INDEX. 












Portrait Sketch 




Portrait 


Sketch 




Rousnianiere, J. E. 


37-61-79 


160 


Thomas. W. R. 




61 


151 




Ryan, Thomas 


61 


142 


Tufts, N. A. 


37 


-39 


144 




Sargent, R. H. 


65 


134 


Turner, R. N. 




49 


1S4. 




Saunders, A. T. 


38-49-57 


163 


Tytus, R. deP. 


59 


-77 


131 




Scigliano, Alfred 


45 


156 


Underhill, C. L. 


71 


-79 


148 




Scully, M. J. 


75 


140 


Upton, A. A. 


31 


-35 


139 




Segee, S. A. 


83 


161 


Vinson, T. M. 


47 


-51 


159 




Sharp, Benjamin 


43-55 


150 


Walker, Joseph 


17-91 


130 




Shaw, D. B. 


38-61 


155 


Warren, C. A. 


38-49-79-91 


161 




Smith, F. H. 


69 


142 


Washburn, R. M. 


55-75-79-91 


166 




Sorenson, T. L. 


75 


155 


Waterhouse, W. H. 




23 


162 




Stevens. G. H. 


77 


146 


Waugh, W. L. 




65 


149 




Stone, A. M. 


59 


165 


Wells, H. G. 




47 


134 




Stone, E. D. 


47 


145 


White, N. H. 




89 


151 




Story, A. D. 


83 


138 


White, T. W. 




89 


144 




Sturgis, Franklin, Jr. 


59 


131 


Willetts, I. E. 




77 


134 


1 


Sullivan, D. L. 


47 


156 


Witt, E. A. 


57 


-63 


141 


i 


Sullivan, Lynde 


35 


148 


Wolcott, Roger 




81 


151 


) 


Swann, (George 


45-67 


154 


Wood. R. A. 


29-83 


143 


Tetler, J. R. 


38-41 


135 










I 


ELECTIVE AND 


APPOINTIVE OFFICERS. 








Bridgman, F. E. 


17 


166 


Paine, B. L. 




15 


130 




Coolidge, H. D. 


15 


129 


Sanger, W. H. 




15 


129 


| 


Horton, Rev. E. A. 


15 


129 


Smith. C. J. 




17 


166 




Kimball. J. W. 


17 


166 


Waldrori, Rev. D. W. 




17 


166 




Oliver. K. H. 


17 


166 


Webb, E. G. 




17 


166 




SERGEANT-AT-ARMS 


AND APPOINTEES. 










Abbott, G. J. 


93 


169 


Gould, E. C. 




94 


169 




Abbott, J. W. 


93 


168 


Henry, J. B. 




94 


170 




Beattv, .lames 


92 


167 


Holmes, Sidney 




94 


170 




Brown, F. W. 


94 


171 


Ireland, F. A. 




93 


168 




Brown. R. B. 


94 


170 


Jackson, M. P. 




94 


171 




Bur rill, Ellen M. 


92 


167 


Jellison, B. H. 




93 


168 




Bush, J. 0. 


94 


170 


Jennery, F. L. 




93 


169 


1 


Clare, J. P. 


94 


170 


Johnson, C. H. 




93 


168 


(die, Frank. 


92 


167 


Kimball. F. H. 




92 


167 


j 


Cook, K. C. 


*93 


168 


Ubl.ey. L. B. 




94 


171 


Cooke, VY. S. 


*93 


168 


London, M. C. 




98 


169 


! 


Coyne, Thomas 


94 


169 


McKinlev, B. H. 




92 


167 


Curry, N. D. 
Curry, N. H. 


94 


170 


Mitchell, L. G. 




93 


168 




94 


171 


Morgan, H. W. 




94 


169 




Davis, A. T. 


94 


171 


Mossman, A. M. 




92 


167 




Davis. L. K. 


93 


168 


Norton, 0. H. 




93 


169 




Donovan, E. J. 


94 


171 


O'Learv. J. J. 




94 


171 




Dow, F. A. 


93 


169 


Pedrick, T. F. 




92 


167 




Fillebrown, G. M. 


92 


167 


Philbrick, C. W. 




92 


167 




Finney, F. S. 


94 


178 


Pratt, Enoch 




93 


168 




Fisher, J. B. 


94 


169 


Steele, Francis 




94 


169 




Frost. T. P. 


94 


170 


Tarbell, C. J. 




94 


170 




Fuller, David 


94 


170 


Taylor, R. J. 




91 


171 




Gardner, Sidney, 


94 


169 


Thatcher. C. T. 




93 


169 




cm. f. J. 


91 


171 


Turtle. T. H. 




94 


171