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STATE POLITICS 



1916 



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Copyright, January, 1916. 
PRACTICAL POLITICS 



FEDERAL 




HENRY CABOT LODGE, 

United States Senator. 



LODGE, HENRY CABOT, Nahant, 
United States Senator, Rep. Born in Bos- 
ton, May 12, 1850; receive'd a private . 
schoiol and collegiate ^education; gradu- 
ated from Harvard college in 1871 and 
from Harvard Law school in 1875, receiv- 
ing the degree LL. B.; admitted to Suffolk 
bar in 1876; in the same year, 1876, re-' 
ceived the degree of Ph. D. for thesis on 
"The Land Law of the Anglo-Saxons"; 
profession that of literature; is a member 
of the Massachusetts Historical Society, oi 
the Virginia Historical Society, of the 
American Academy, of Arts and Science, 
of the New England Historical and Gen- 
ealogical Society, and of the American 
Antiquarian Society, and has received the 
degree of Doctor of Laws from Williams 
College, Clark University, Yale University 
Harvard University and Amherst College; 
is an overseer of Harvard College; was per- 
manent chairman of the Republican nation- 
al conventions of 1900 and 1908; chairman 
of the committee on resolutions of the 
Republican national convention of 1904; 
chairman Republican state convention 1912; 
was a member of the commission on Alas- 
kan boundary; Mass. House of Represen- 
tatives two terras; elected to 50th, 51st, 
52nd and 53rd Congresses; elected to the 
United States Senate Jan. 17, 1893; was re- 
elected in 1899 and 1905 and 1911. His term 
will expire Mar. 3, 1917. 

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JOHN W. WEEKS, 
United States Senator 



WEEKS, JOHN W., Newton, United 
State Senator, Rep. Born Lancaster, N. 
H., April II, i860; United State Naval 
Academy 1881. Midshipman U. S. Navy 
1881-1883; Mass. Naval Brigade 10 years, 
six years as commanding officer; member 
Gov. Walcott's military advisory board dur- 
ing Spanish-American war. Alderman 
three year- and mayor two years, city of 
Newton; member national monetary com- 
mission; member finance committee of Re- 
publican national com.mittee, 1908; elected 
to 59th, 60th, 61 St, 626. and 63d Congresses. 
Elected to the United State Senate by leg- 
islature of 1913 to succeed W. Murray 
Crane, thus achieving the distinction of be- 
ing the last Senator from Massachusetts 
to be chosen by the legislature. Term ex- 
pires March 3, 1919. 




CHARLES S. HAMLIN, 
Governor of Federal Reserve Board. 



HAMLIN, CHARLES S., Governor oi 
the Federal Reserve Board, Washington, 
Dem., Mattapoisett. Born Aug. 30, 1861. 
Law^yer and author. Harvard, '83; Harvard 
Law school '86; Harvard, A. M., '86; Wash- 
ington & Lee University, LL. D., '96. As- 
sistant secretary United States treasury 
1893-1897; special commissioner of United 
States to Japan, 1897. United States dele- 
gate to convention between Russia, Japan 
and United States on fur sea fishries, 1897 
United States delegate to and chairman of 
convention between Great Britain and 
United States on fur seal fisheries, 1897. 
Member Massachusetts Board of Paris Ex- 
position. Managers, 1898. Lecturer on gov- 
ernment, Harvard, 1902- 1903. Memoer or 
United States Assay Commission, 1903. 
Member of Council, National Board of 
Trade, 1903. Chairman of Boston Tene- 
ment House Commission, 1903. Member 
of Executive Committee and Conciliation 
Committee of New England Civic Feder- 
ation, 1904. State trustee of Massachusetts 
School for Feeble Minded, 1905. Vice- 
president Massachusetts Consular Reform 
assoc, 1906. Delegate of American Bar 
Assoc, to National Peace Conference, New 
York, 1907. Member of committee on 
Government, Harvard, 1907-1915. Member 
United States Commission on Limitation 
of Armaments, 1908. Asst. secretary of 
treasury 1913, 1914. 




PETERS, ANDREW J., Assistant Sec- 
retary of the Treasury, Dem., Boston. 
Born there, April 3, 1872; Harvard Col- 
lege 1895, Harvard Law school 1898. Law- 
yer. Massachusetts House of Representa- 
tives 1902. State senate 1904 and 1905. 
Elected to 60th, 61 st, 62d and 63d Con- 
gresses. Appointed as assistant secretary 
of the treasury by Pres. Wilson, 1914, to 
succeed Hon. Charles S. Hamlin, chosen 
governor of the Federal Reserve Board, 



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CHARLES B. STRECKER, 

Assistant United States Treasurer at 

Boston. 



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STRECKER, CHARLES B., United 
States Treasurer at Boston Sub-Treasury, 
Dem., Brookline. Born Boston, Oct. i8, 
1863; public schools. Financier. Director 
Federal Trust Company. Democratic nom- 
inee for auditor in 191 1, delegate to Balti- 
more convention, 1912, and was one of the 
original Wilson men in that body, stand- 
ing with the then governor of New Jer- 
sey throughout the ballotting. 



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BILLINGS, EDMUND, Collector of cus- 
toms for the district of Massachusetts, 
Dem., Boston. Prominent in reform poli- 
tics in this city and for years was one of 
the leaders in the Good Government asso- 
ciation. Mentioned for democratic nomin- 
ation for lieutenant-governor in 1913. Ap- 
pointed by Pres. Wilson to be collector of 
the port, 1913- 



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MAYNARD, JOSEPH A., Surveyor of 
Port of Boston, Dem., Boston. Born Bos- 
ton, Jan. I, 1875; public schools. Plumbing 
supplies manufacturer. Pres. Democratic 
city committee 1910-1911-1912-1913; chair- 
man executive committee Democratic state 
committee 1912-1913. Boston City club, 
Clover club of Boston, Catholic Union, 
Boston chamber of commerce, Boston 
lodge, B. P. O. E, Knight of Columbus. 



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QUIGLEY, FRANCIS X., Appraiser 
Port of Boston, Dem., Holyoke. Born 
Holyoke, Nov. 20, 1882. Public schools. 
Newspaper reporter. Holyoke Philo Cel- 
tic club. House 1908-1909-1910, committees 
of cities (clerk), taxation (clerk); senate 
1911-1912-1913 public service, taxation, pub- 
lic charitable institutions, congressional re- 
districting (special); labor. Appointed ap- 
praiser by Pres. Wilson, 1913. 



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MALLEY JOHN F., Collector of Internal 
Revenue, Dem., Springfield. Born Spring- 
field, Jan. 29, 1878; public schools, Yale 
law school. Lawyer. Elks, M. C, O. F. 
Senate 1910 (to fill vacancy) and 1911; 
committees on counties, military affairs, 
prisons, judiciary, rules, constitutional 
amendments. Appointed by Gov. Foss 
special justice of the Springfield police 
court. Resigned 1914 to become collector 
of internal revenue for the Boston district. 



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SKEFFINGTON, HENRY J., Immigra- 
tion Commissioner at Boston, Dem., Re- 
vere. Born Marysville. Cal., 1858; public 
schools. Shoe worker. Former secretary 
and treasurer International Boot & Shoe 
Workers' Union. Delegate to several na- 
tional conventions of A. F. of L. Appointed 
to harbor and land commission by Gov. 
Douglas, serving three years on that body. 



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MURRAY, WILLIAM F., postmaster 
of Boston, Deni., Boston. Born there Sept. 
7, 1881; public schools, Harvard 1904, Har- 
vard Law school. Lawyer. Boston com- 
mon council 1904-1905. Massachusetts 
House of Representatives 1907-1908. Ex- 
ecutive council 1910. Elected to 62d and 
63d Congresses. Appointed to serve as 
postmaster by Pres. Wilson, 1914. 



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CARTER, WILLIAM H., member ot 
Congress, 13th dist., Rep., Needham. Born 
Needham 1864. Knitted goods, director 
Needham National Bank. Member state 
legislature (house) 1906. Republican state 
committee 1907-1908. Needham board of 
trade (pre§.)j Norfolk lodge Masons, Odd 
Fellows, Boston City club, Boston Press 
club. 



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DALLIXGER. FREDERICK W., mem- 
ber Congress, 8th district, Rep., Cam- 
bridge. Born Cambridge. 1872. Cam- 
bridge Latin, Harvard College, Harvard 
Law school. Lawyer and author. State 
legislature (house) 1894-1895. Republican 
state committee, Cambridge board of trade 
(director, vice-pres., pres. 4 years), Y. M. 
C. A., Masons, Odd Fellows, Middlesex 
Bar association. 



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GALLIVAX, JAMES A., member Con- 
gress, I2th dist., Dem., Boston. Born 
South Boston; public schools, Harvard col- 
lege. State legislature (house 1895-1896,. 
senate 1897-1898). Street commissioner. 
Elected to fill unexpired term of Mayor 
James M. Curky in the 63d Congress; re- 
elected to 6-ith Congress. 



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GARDNER, AUGUSTUS P., Member 
Congress, 6th dist., Rep., Hamilton. Born 
in Boston, Nov. 5, 1865; Harvard college 
1886, degree of A.B. Served as captain 
and assistant adjutant-general on the staff 
of Gen James H. Wilson during the Span- 
ish-American War. Massachusetts Senate 
two years; elected to the 57th Congress 
to fill vacancy, and to the 58th, 59th, 6oth, 
61 St, 62nd, 63rd and 64th Conp-resses. 



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GILLETT, FREDERICK H, Member 
Congress, 2d dist., Rep., Springfield. Born 
Westfield, Oct. t6, 1851; Amherst college, 
1874, Harvard Law School 1877. Lawyer. 
Assistant attorney general of Massachu- 
setts from 1879 to 1882; Massachusetts 
House of Representatives 1890 and 1891; 
elected to 53d, 54th, 55th, 56th, ,57th, 58th, 
59th, 60th, 61 st, 62d, 63d and 64th Cong 
resses. 



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GREENE. WILLIAM S., Member Con- 
gress, 15th dist.. Rep., Fall River. Born 
Tremont, Tazewell county, 111., April 28, 
1841; public schools. Real estate and in- 
surance business. Common Council four 
years, pres. three years; mayor of Fall 
River 1880, 1886, 1895, 1896 and 1897; ap- 
pointed postmaster 1881; reappointed post- 
master 1898; resigned and was elected to 
the 55th Congress to fill out the unexpired 
term of Hon. John Simpkins, deceased; also 
elected to 56th. 57th. 58th. 59th, 60th, 6ist, 
'6i2d, 63(1 and 64th Congresses. 

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OLNEY, RICHARD 2d., Member Con- 
gress, 14th dist., Dedham. Born Milton, 
N. H., Jan. 5, 1871. Leicester academy, 
Brown University. Wool merchant. State 
legislature (house"! 1902; appointed by Gov. 
Foss (1911) to minimum wage commission. 
Dedham Tmprovement League, Dedham 
Tennis club Dedham Country and Polo 
club. 



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PAIGE, CALVIX D.. Member Congress, 
3d Dist., Rep., Southbridge. Born there, 
May 20, 1848. Selectman 3 years, delegate 
Republican national convention 1884, pres- 
idential elector 1904. Member Massachu- 
setts House 1878. Executive Council, 1907- 
1908. Republican state committee 18184- 
1885-18S6-1894 (asst. sec. and ch. finance 
committee.) Pres. Central Mills Co., Treas. 
Edwards Co., Pres. Southbridge Savings 
bank, director Southbridge National bank. 
Elected to 63d Congress to fill unexpired 
term of William H. Wilder (deceased). 
Elected to 64th Congress. 
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PHELAN, MICHAEL F., Member Con- 
gress, 7th dist.. Dem., Lynn. Born there 
Oct. 22, 1875; public schools, Harvard col- 
lege 1897, Harvard Law school 1900. Law- 
yer. Massachusetts House of Representa- 
taives 1905-1906. Committee on public 
health (clerk), the judiciary. Elected to 
the 63d and 64th Congresses. 



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ROBERTS, ERNEST W., Member Con- 
gress, 9th dist.. Rep.. Chelsea. Born East 
Madison, Me., Nov. 22, 1858; public schools, 
Highland Military Academy, Boston Uni- 
versity Eaw school. Lawyer. City Coun- 
-cil of Chelsea 1887-1888, Massachusetts 
House of Representatives 1894- 1895- 1896. 
Massachusetts State Senate 1837 and 1898; 
elected to the 56Lh, 57th. 58th, 59th. 60th, 
'6ist, 62d, 63d and 64th Congresses. 



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ROGERS, JOHN JACOB, Member Con- 
gress, 5th dist., Rep., Lowell. Born there 
Aug. i8, 1881; Harvard college (A. B., A. 
M.), Harvard Law school (LL. B.). Lav;^- 
yer. Lowell common council, school com- 
mittee. Elected to 63d and 64th Con- 
gresses. 



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TAGUE, PETER F., member Congress, 
loth dist., Dem., Boston. Born Boston, 
June 24th, 1871; Frothingham grammar, 
English high school. Manufacturing chem- 
ist Common council 1894-1895-1896. 
House 1897-1898. State Senate 1899-1900, 
and House 1913-1914. 



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TINKHAM, GEORGE HOLDEN, Mem- 
ber Congress, nth district, Rep., Boston. 
Born Boston, Oct. 29, 1870; Prince, Chaun- 
cy Hall and Hopkinson's schools. Harvard 
'94. Lawyer. Rep. city committee 17 yrs.; 
common council 1897-1898; board of alder- 
men 1900-1001-1902; senate 1910-1911-1912. 
Committees on banks and banking (ch.), 
education, constitutional amendments, spec- 
ial on milk Cio), harbors and public lands 
(ch.), legal affairs, public health. 



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TREADWAY, ALLEN T., Member 
Congress, ist dist., Rep., Stockbridge. Born 
there Sept. i6, 1867; public schools, Am- 
herst college 1886. Hotel proprietor. A. F. 
A. M., 33d degree (past grand warden, past 
deputy grand master 15th dist.). Mass. 
House of Representatives 1904. Committee 
on ways and means; Senate 1908-1909-1910- 
191 1, Committees on labor, cigriculture. 
bills in 3d reading, taxation (ch.), pres. of 
Senate in 1909-T910-19TI. Elected to 63d 
and 64th Congresses. 
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WALSH, JOSEPH, Member of Con- 
gress, i6th dist., Rep., New Bedford. Born 
Boston (Brighton), Dec. i6, 1875; public 
schools, Boston University Law school. 
Lawyer. Clerk United States bureau of 
fisheries 3 years. Moderator town of Fal- 
mouth 5 years, chairman Cape senatorial 
convention 1904; served in Massachusetts 
house of representatives from ist Barn- 
stable dist., 1905-1906. 



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WINSLOW, SAMUEL E., Member Con- 
■gress, 4th Dist., Rep., Worcester. Born 
there April ii, 1862; public schools, Willis- 
ton seminary, Harvard College 1885. Skate 
manufacturer. Republican city committee. 
Republican state committee (ch. 1893). 
Elected to 63d and 64th Congresses. 



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STATE GOVERNMENT 
EXECUTIVE 




SAMUEL W. McCALL 
Governor of Massachusetts. 



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McCALL SAMUEL WALKER, Rep., 
Winchester. Born East Providence, Pa., 
Feb. 28, 1851; Alt. Carrol, Illinois, Semin- 
ary, New Hampton, N. H. Academy, Dart- 
mouth college. Three years in Massachu- 
setts Legislature, chairman Judiciary, Pro- 
bate and Insolvency, and Election laws, one 
and one-half years as ballot law, commis- 
sioner appointed by William E. Russell. 
Twenty years in National House of Repre- 
sentatives with service on committees on 
Elections (ch.), Judiciary, Library (ch.), 
14 years on Ways & Means, committee of 
Investigations on charges against members 
of congress, on Danish West India Pur- 
chase, chairman committee of investigation 
of connection of members with postoffice 
department. House chairman Ballinger in- 
vestigating committee. Member Mass. 
Historical soc, Mass. antiquarian soc, City 
club, Boston; University club, Boston; Uni- 
versity club, New York; Cosmo club, 
Washington; Calumet, Country and Boat 
clubs, Winchester; Middlesex club, Repub- 
lican club of Massachusetts. 



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CALVIN COOLIDGE, 
Lieutenant-Governor of Massachusetts 



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COOLIDGE, CALVIN, Lieutenant-gov- 
ernor,, Rep., Northampton. Born Ply- 
mouth, Vt., July 4, 1872; Block River and 
St. Johnsbury academies, Amherst, 1895. 
Lawyer. City council 1899; city solicitor 
i900-'oi; clerk of courts 1903; chairman Re- 
publican city committee 1904. House 1907- 
'08. Committee on constitutional amend- 
ments, mercantile affairs, judiciary, banks 
and banking. Mayor 1910-'! i. Senate 1912- 
'i3-'i4-'i5; agriculture (ch), cities, legal af- 
fairs (ch.), Western Mass. trolkys (special 
ch.), municipal finance, railroads (ch.), 
rules, president of the senate 1914-1915. 



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LANGTRY, ALBERT P., Secretary of 
the Commonwealth, Rep., Springfield. Born 
Wakefield, July 2.'], i860; public schools. 
Masons, Middlesex club, Republican club of 
iMass., ex-member Republican state com- 
mittee. House 1910-1911. Elected secretary 
of the commonwealth by the legislature, 
April 26, 191 1, and for full term in 191 1, 
1914, and 1915. 



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EURRILL, CHARLES L., Treasurer 
and Receiver General.. Rep., Boston. Born 
Boston; public sc]?ools. Banker and trus- 
tee. Art, Press and City clubs; member 
Boston Bank Officers' assoc. (former pres- 
ident), secretary Boston Young Men's 
Christian Union and former treasurer of 
King's Chapel. Served on Boston school 
committee. Elected treasurer and receiver 
general in November, 1914 and •re-elected 
in 1915. 

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COOK, ALONZO B., Auditor, Rep., Bos- 
ton. Born Boston, July 31, 1866. Sherwin 
Grammar, Roxbury high. Boston Univer- 
sity Law school. Lawyer. Republican 
nominee registrar of voters, Norfolk coun- 
ty, 1913- One of the organizers of the 
Sons of the American Revolution. Elected 
auditor in November 1914, and re-elected 
in 1915. 



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ATTWILL, HENRY C, Attorney Gen- 
eral, Rep., Lynn. Born Lynn, March ii, 
1872; Boston University Law school, class 
of 1893. Member of Massachusetts house 
1 896- 1 897- 1 898; senate 1899- 1900- 190 1. Sen- 
ate chairman of the committee on judiciary 
at age of 28, probably youngest man ever 
to receive that honor. Assistant district 
attorney Eastern district for six years. 

Elected attorney-general in November, 

1914, and re-elected in 1915. 
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ANDREWS, RICHARD FLETCHER, 
Executive council 2nd dist., Rep., Boston, 
Born Lynn, April 13, 1863; Boston public 
schools. Real estate and insurance. Bos- 
ton common council 1893-1894-1895. House 
1 897- 1 898- 1 899. Chairman Ward 21 Repub- 
lican committee 1890-1891, State Central 
committee 1915. Algonquin ciub, ^Nliddle- 
sex club. Lincoln club. Republican Club of 
Massachusetts, Roxbury History Society. 



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BUCKLEY, TIMOTHY J., Executive 
council, 3d Dist., Dem., Boston. Born 
Cork, Ireland, 1870; Irish national schools, 
Warren and Harvard grammar schools, 
Charlestown, Boston Evening High, Bos- 
ton Y. M. C. A. evening law school. Law- 
yer. House 1906-1907. Committees on 
fisheries and game, prisons, harbors and 
public lands. Boston city council .1910- 
19TI-1912-1913. Tt^ecutive council 1914 and 

1915- 

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MULLIGAN, HENRY C, Executive 
Council 6th dist., Rep., Natick. Born Na- 
tick, March 6, 1854; Harvard college, 1879. 
Lawyer. President Natick Five Cents 
Savings Bank. Mason, K. T. Trial justice 
Natick police court for 20 years. Senate 
1909-1910-1911-1QT2. Committee on consti- 
tutional amendments, ch. engrossed bills, 
ch., leg-al affairs. Executive council, 1915. 



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PARKER, DAVID L., Executive coun- 
cillor, ist dist, Rep., New Bedford. Born 
New Bedford, Aug. 30, 1851. Friends' 
academy, Schofield's Commercial college. 
Coal dealer. Mayor of New Bedford, post- 
master, board of public works. Yacht 
club, Wamsutta, Dartmouth, Knight of 
Pythias, Veteran Firemen's association, 
Protecting society, board of trade. Repub- 
lican city committee (ch., 10 yrs), Ex- 
ecutive council 1915- 

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SMITH, CHANNING, Executive coun- 
cil, 7th dist., Leicester. Born North Provi- 
dence, 1869; public schools Cherry Valley, 
Exeter, Philadelphia Textile school. Mill 
owner. Cherry Valley Mills. Rep. State 
Committee 1905, sec of Rep. 3d cong. dist. 
Home Market club, director Mass. club, 
Worcester club, Commonwealth club. 



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TARR, FREDERICK H., Executive 
council 5th dist.. Rep., Rockport. Born 
Rockport, Oct. 8, 1868; Rockport high 
school. Amherst college and Harvard Law 
school. Lawyer. House 1904-1905. Knights 
Templar, Mason, Odd Fellow. 



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WASGATT, HERBERT P., Executive 
council, 4th dist., Rep., Everett. Born 
tered employment of Bird & Stevens, 1885; 
formed partnership of Andrev^s & Co., 1895; 
incorporated as Andrews-Wasgatt Co., 1905. 
Pres. Everett Trust Co. Alderman 1908- 
1909; maA^or 1911; school committee 1912- 
1913-1914- Elected councilor, November, 
1914, and re-elected 1915. 



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WRIGHT, CHARLES HEWITT, Exec- 
utive council, Sth district, Rep., Pitts- 
field. Born Hinsdale, Sept. 12, 1870; public 
schools Hinsdale and New York, Pittsfield 
high, WilHston seminary, Williams college, 
A. D., 1892; Columbia University, LL, B., 
1894. Law^yer. Pri. Sec. Cong. Ashley B. 
Wright 1893-1895. Common council 1897- 
1898; board of aldermen 1899. Executive 
council 1915. 



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LEGISLATIVE 




HENRY G. WELLS 
President of the Senate. 



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WELLS, HENRY G., 4th Essex, Rep., 
Haverhill. Born Bridgeport, Conn., Oct. 
12, 1879; public schooLSj Tilton (N. H.) 
seminary, Wesleyan university, Harvard 
Law school. Lawyer. Common council. 
House 1910-1911-1912. Committees on in- 
surance (ch.), election laws, congressional 
redistricting (sp.). Senate I9i3-'i4-'i5. Com- 
mittees on constitutional amendments (ch.), 
insurance, legal affairs, public institutions, 
judiciary, rules, public lighting (ch.), rules 
(sp., ch.), public lighting (ch.), railroads, 
rules. 



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BARTLETT, FRANK, Berkshire, Rep.. 
Pittsfield. Born Saratoga, N. Y., Sept. 5, 
1854; public schools, Amsterdam academy. 
Shoe manufacturer. Collector of taxes 
1904-191T. House 1900-1901-1902. City 
council 1898-1899. Crescent Masonic lodge, 
Odd Fellows (aL branches). 191S, cities,, 
constitutional amendments (ch.), insurance. 
1916 cities (ch.), insurance, public service. 



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BATES. SANFORD, gtn Suffolk, Rep., 
Boston. Born Boston, July 17, 1884; pub- 
lic schools, English high, Y. M. C. A. law 
school. Lawyer. Lincoln club, Republi- 
can club of Massachusetts, Ashmont Citi- 
zens' assoc. Neighborhood club, City club, 
Boston Y. M. C. A., Royal Arcanum, Mass. 
Bar assoc. Ward 24 Republican committee 
1910^1911. House 1912 and 1914, Senate 
1915, judiciary, water supply, bills in 3d 
reading (ch.). 1916, judiciary, metropoli- 
tan afifairs (ch.) water supply. 
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BAZELEY, WILLIAM A. L., 4th Wor- 
cester, Rep., Uxbridge. Born England 1872; 
public schools New Hampshire. Real es- 
tate, treasurer New England Conservatory 
of Music. Republican town committee, 
trustee public library, trustee Thayer 
School Funds, M. V. M., lalternate to Re- 
publican national convention, 1912. House 
1909-1912. Committees on ways and means, 
railroads. Senate 1913-1914, social welfare 
(ch.), railroads, taxation. 1915, military 
affairs, social welfare, ways and means 
(ch.). 1916, ways and means (ch.), military 
affairs, social welfare. 
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BEAL, CHARLES SUMNER, ist Ply- 
mouth, Rep., Rockland. Born East Abing- 
ton, Aug. 14, 1856; public schools. Teacher. 
Supt. W. L. Douglas Shoe Co. tannery (15 
years). House iqio. Republican town 
committee (ch. 15 years). Masons (past 
master); O. E. S.. Knights Templar (past 
em. commander); S of V. (past captam). 
Senate 1Q15, harbors and public lands, la- 
bor (ch.), towns. 1916, labor (ch.), public 
institutions, towns. 

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^ BEAN, JAMES W., 2d Middlesex, Rep., 
Cambridge. Born Somerville, May 11, 
1866; Somerville high school. Reporter,, 
proprietor Cambridge Chronicle. Cambridge 
board of trade, Masons, Elks, Boston City- 
club, Somerville common council 1890-1891. 
House 1909-1910-191IH1912. Committees on 
congressional redistricting, railroads. Sen- 
ate 1915, education (ch.), public institu- 
tions. 1916, M^ays and means, engrossed 
bills, education (ch.). 

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BECK, JOHN EDWARD, ist Suffolk 
Rep., Chelsea. Born Boston, May lo, 
1869; public schools. Publisher Chelsea 
Gazette. Board of aldermen 1898-1899- 
1900-1901. House 1902-1903. Committees 
on fisheries and game, printing (clerk) 
street railways. Senate 1905-1906. Com- 
mittees on cities, drainage (ch.), harbors 
and public lands (ch.). Maj^or 1908. House 
1913-1914- TQi^, bills in 3d reading, muni- 
cipal finance (ch.), public lighting. 

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BROWN, CHARLES DONNELL, 3d Es- 
sex, Rep., Gloucester. Born Newbury- 
port, June 5, 1862; high school. Book- 
seller and stationer, postmaster 16 years. 
Gloucester Common council 1893-1894, pres. 
1894. House 1895- 1 896- 1897. Commit- 
tees, mercantile, (clerk), taxation (ch.). 
Water commissioner. Essex Republioan 
club. Ocean Lodge No. 91, I- O. O. F., past 
grand; Acacia lodge A. F. & A. M. 1916, 
counties, fisheries and game (ch.), harbor 
and public lands. 

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CAVANAGH, JAMES F., 4th Middle- 
sex, Rep., Everett. Born Chelsea, June 
19, 1872; public schools, Everett high, B. 
U. Law school. Lawyer, formerly Boston 
Manager N. Y. Life Ins. Co., and state 
manager Washington Life Ins. Co. House 
1910-1911-1912. Committees on insurance, 
taxation, special on Southbridge Savings 
Bank. Senate 1915, banks and banking, 
metropolitan affairs (ch.), judiciary. 1916, 
judiciary (ch.), banks and banking, elec- 
tion laws. 

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"^ CHAPMAN, DANIEL J., 6th Suffolk, 
Dem., Boston. Born there, Jan. i8, 1878; 
public schools, Boston college 1898. Real 
estate and insurance. House 1913, 1914, 
Committee on insurance. 1916, engrossed 
bills, insurance, taxation. 



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CLARK EZRA W., 2d Plymouth, Rep., 
Brockton. Born Glover, Vt, Oct. 12, 1842J 
public schools, O. L. Institute, Newbury 
seminary, Jefferson Medical college 1870. 
House i905-'o6-*07. Committees on elec- 
tion laws, counties, printing, constitutional 
amendments, public service (ch.). Senate 
I9i2-'i3-'i4-'i5. Committees on education, 
public health, (ch.), public institutions and 
liquor laws. 1915, ,education, municipal 
finance, public health (ch.). 1916, consti- 
tutional amendments, education, public 
health (ch.). 

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/ CUMMINGS, HERBERT E., Worces^ 
cester-Hampden, Rep., North Brookfield. 
Born Leveret.t, April ii, 1851; common 
schools. Mercantile business for 35 years; 
also conducted a himbering business. 
House, 1914, agricuJture. I. O. O. F., Ma- 
sons, past master of Grange. Senate 

1915, agriculture (ch,), water supply, towns. 

1916, agriculture (ch.), towrs, waier supply. 



65 




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ELDRIDGE, CHARLES W. 3d Middle- 
sex, Rep., Somerville. Born Boston, Oct. 
16, 1877; public schools. Salesman with 
'Chase & Sanborn since 1893. Board of al- 
derman 1907- 1 908- 1909- 19 10, Hou'se 191 1- 
1912-1913. Committees on prisons, state 
house (ch.), mercantile affairs (ch.). Sen- 
ate 1914-1915. Committee on federal re- 
lations, fisheries and game (ch.), mercan- 
tile affairs. 1916, rules, fisheries and game, 
mercantile affairs (ch.). 
66 




ELLIS, GEORGE H., ist Middlesex, 
Rep., Newton. Born Medfield, Oct. 3, 1848; 
district schools. Printer and publisher. 
Treasurer and director Cjeorge H. Ellis 
Co., trustee Massachusetts Agricultural 
college, Simmons Female college, execu- 
tive committee United Typothetae of Am- 
erica. House 1910-1911-1912-1913-1914. 
Committees on street railways, labor (ch.) 
Senate 1915, public service, social welfare 
(ch.), taxation. 1916, public service (ch.), 
social v/elfare, taxation. 
67 




FARNSWORTH, FRANK S., 3d Wor- 
'Cester, Rep., Leominster. B'orn Fitchburg, 
Oct. 12, 1864; public schools, Bryant & 
Stratton Commercial college. Manager 
plumbing and heating business. I. O. O. 
F., R. A., Leominster club, Monoosuock 
'club. Selectman 6 years (ch. 4 years), 
town auditor. House 1913-1914. Commit- 
tees on public lighting street railways. Sen- 
ate 1915, fisheries and game, taxation, towns 
(ch.). 1916, fisheries and game, social wel- 
fare (ch.V taxation. 

68 




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FAY, WILTON B., 6th Middlesex, Rep., 
Medford. Born Hyde Park, Oct. 3, 
1865; public schools. Accountant. Repub- 
lican Club of Mass., Horticultural society, 
Republican state committee 1908-1909- 
1910-1911-1912, Republican city committee 
(ch. 1901 to 1906), alternate national con- 
vention 1908-1912. Medford park commis- 
sion (chairman). House 1910-1911-1912. 
Committees on ways and means, counties, 
(ch.), Cong, redistricting 1912 (ch.). Sen- 
ate 1913, banks and banking (ch.). 1916, 
banks and banking (ch.), cities, metropoli- 
tan affairs. 

69 




GIFFORiD, CHARLES L., Cape, Rep., 
Barnstable. Born March 15, 1871; public 
schools. Real estate, insurance. Masons, 
Odd Fellows, Knights of Pythias. House 
1912-1913. Committees on insurance, pub- 
lic service (ch.), payroll. Senate 1914, com- 
mittees on ways and means, bills in 3a 
reading (ch.), towns (chi). 

1915, labor, military affairs (ch.), ways 
and means. 1916, ways and means, labor, 
military affairs (ch ). 



70 




GREEN, JA^IES I, 2d Suffolk, Dem., 
Boston. Born there April 9, 1885; paro- 
chial schools, Boston Latin school, Boston 
college. Bunker Hill Democratic, Hayes 
Square, City Square and Elicott Social 
clubs. Common council 1909, democratic 
city committee 1910. House 1911-1912. 
Committees on harbor? and public lands, 
federal relations. Senate, 1915, legal af- 
fairs, engrossed bills, metropolitan affairs. 
1916, labor, legal affairs metropolitan af- 
fairs. 71 




GORDON, GURDON W., ist Hampden, 
Rep., Springfield. Born Sheffield, Nov. 26, 
1871; Great Barrington high school. Wil-. 
Hams college 1897, Boston University Law 
school igoo. Law3'er. Springfield board 
of health 7 yrs. House 1912. Committee 
on street railways. Senate I9i3-'i4-'i5, pub- 
lic lighting (ch.), street railways (ch.), 
rules, ways and means. 1916, judiciary, 
ways and means, street railways (ch.). 



72 




^ HAIGIS, JOHN W., Franklin and 
Hampshire, Rep., Montague, born there 
July 31, 1881; public schools. Managing 
editor. House 1909-1910-1911-1912. Com- 
mittee on railroads (clerk), federal reiia- 
tions (chairman), congressional redistrict- 
ing (special). Senate 1915, roads and 
bridges (ch.), street railways, state house 
and libraries. 1916 counties, mercantile af- 
fairs, roads and bridges (ch.). 



73 




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HAYS, MARTIN, 5th Suffolk, Rep., Bos- 
ton. Born New York city, Oct. 14, 1876. 
public schools. College of the City of New 
York. Lawyer. House 1910-1912-1913- 
1914. Committees on legal affairs, public 
lighting (ch. 1914) congress reaistricting 
committee (special). Senate 1915, banks 
and banking (ch.), legal affairs, public 
lighting. 1916 legal affairs, public lighting 
(ch.), street railways. 



74 



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HOBBS, CLARENCE W-, Jr., 2d Wor- 
cester, Rep., Worcester. Born Woodfords, 
Me., Oct. I, i87(S; public schools, Worcester 
high, Harvard 1002, Harvard Law school 
1904. Lawyer. Worcester County Repub- 
lican, Economic, board of trade, Morning 
Star lodge, A. F. & A. M., Worcester 
Grange, P. of H., Republican city commit- 
tee 1908, common council 1909. House 
1910-1911-1912. Senate 11913-1914-1915, 

cities (ch.), fisheries and game, judiciary, 
constitutional amendments (ch.), election 
laws, railroads (ch.), rules. 1916, rules, 
election laws, railroads (ch.). 

75 




• HULL, JOHX B., Berkshire, Hamp- 
shire and Hampden, Rep., Great Barring- 
ton. Born Stockbridge, July 17, 1871; 
Massachusetts Agricultural college 189T. 
Coal merchant. A. F. & A. M., Grange. 
Republican town committee (sec. 10 yrs.), 
chairman committee on 150th anniversary 
town of Great Barrington. House 1913-1914. 
Committee on ways and means. Senate 
1915, ways and means (ch.). 1916 consti- 
tutional amendments (ch.), pub^'r service, 
roads and bridges. 75 




JACKSON, GEORGE H., ist Essex, 
Rep., Lynn. Born Lowell, March 9, 1865; 
public schools. Newspaper worker, with 
Lynn Item since 1890. Common council 
1899-1900, board of aldermen 1901-1902. 
House 1 902- 1 903- 1 904- 1 905- 1 906. Committees 
on harbors and public lands, printing (ch.)» 
metropolitan affairs (clerk), liquor law, 
public health. Typographical Union. Sen- 
ate, 1915, insurance, municipal finance, wa- 
ter supply (ch.). 1916, insurance, public 
health, water supply (ch.). 

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KIMBALL, CHARLES A., 7th Middle- 
sex, Rep.. Littleton. Born Littleton, Feb. 
23, 1867; public schools. Lawrence acad- 
emy, Phillips Exeter '91, Yale '95. Tvfo 
years in railroad office. Taught for 4 years 
in Worcester academy and Fitchburg high 
school. Farmer since 1900. Selectman, as- 
sessor, overseer of poor, auditor, treasurer 
and collector of taxes, school committee. 
Town clerk and registrar. Senate 1915, 
agriculture, street railways, engrossed bills 
(eh.). 1916, agriculture, street railways, 
towns (ch.). 73 



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KNOWLES, RICHARD, Sen., 3rd Bris- 
tol Senatorial, Rep., New Bedford. Born 
Boston Jan. i, 1889; Harvard Law school 
191 1. Lawyer. Two years member of New 
Bedford common council, pres. second term. 
House 1914-1915. Committees on taxation, 
ways and means. 1916, bills 3d read- 
ing (ch.), federal relations, legal affairs. 



79 




LANGELIER, LOUIS F. R., ist Nor- 
folk, Rep., Quincy. Born Boston, Nov. 29, 
1873; public schools. Manager book pub- 
lishing house. City council 4 years, Rep. 
city committee (sec); House 1909-1910- 
191 1, committees on harbors and public 
lands (clerk 1909) (ch. 1910), banks and 
banking, roads and bridges. Senate 1914, 
191 5, constitutional amendments, educaition 
(ch.), municipal finance (ch.), harbors amd 
public lands (ch.), public service. 1916, 
education, harbors and public lands (ch.), 
public lighting. 

80 




MARCHAND, GEORGE E., 8th Middle- 
sex, Rep., Lowell. Born there Dec. 22, 
^^77'} public and parochial schools. Real 
estate. United States Bunting & Cricket 
club, Lafayette club. Common council 
1907- 1908. House 1910-T911. Committee 
on prisons (ch.). Senate 1915, counties 
(ch.), public institutions, bills in third read- 
ing. 1916. cities, coimties (ch.), public in- 
stitutions 



81 




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MARTIN, JOSEPH W.. jr., ist Bristol, 
Rep., North Attleboro. Born there, Nov. 
3, 1884; public schools. Managing editor 
North Attleboro Chronicle. Moose, Elks, 
Company C, Republican club, Massachu- 
setts Republican club, Lincoln Republican 
club, Bristol County Rep. club. House 1912- 
1913-1914. Committees on public lighting, 
towns (ch.). rules, counties (ch.). Senate 
1915, counties, election laws (ch.), street 
railways. 1916, election laws (ch.), munici- 
pal finance street railways. 
82 




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MASON, ORION T., 2d Norfolk, Rep., 
Medway. Born Medway April 4, 1865, pub- 
lic schools. Market gardener. Formerly 
railroad and express agent. House 1905 
and 1914. Committees on public health, 
state house. Senate 1915, counties, harbors 
and public lands, state house and libraries. 
1916, agriculture, harbors and public lands, 
•state house and libraries (ch.). 



83 




McGONAGLE, PHILIP j., 3d Suffolk, 
Dem., Boston. Born there October 2i, 
1871; public and parochial schools. Roofer 
Knights of Columbus. Common council 
five years; House 1907- 1908- 1909, commit- 
tees on parishes and rel'igious societies^ 
State house. Senate 1913-1914-1915, com- 
mittees on constitutional amendments, mer- 
cantile affairs, towns, engrossed bills, pub- 
lic institutions. 1916, mercantile affairs> 
military affairs, public institutions. 

84 




^ McLANE, WALTER E., 2d Bristol, 
Rep., Eall River. Born Taunton, Dec. 30, 
1863; public schools. Cotton business. 
Elks, Masons, Moose, Sons of American 
Revolution. Senate 1912-1913-1914-1915, 
committees on bills 3d reading, fisheries 
and game, liquor law (ch.), taxation, feder- 
al relations, (ch.), insurance (ch.), rail- 
roads, rules (sp.). 1916, insurance (ch.), mer- 
cantile affairs, railroads. 



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xy McLaughlin, EDWARD F., 4th Suf- 
folk, Dem., Boston. Born there June 6, 
1883; public schools, Mechanics Arts high. 
Life insurance agent. Ward 12 Democratic 
club. House 1913-1914-1915. Committees 
on social welfare, rules, railroads. 1916, 
bills to third reading, constitutional amend- 
ments, public health. 



86 




PARKER, W PRENTISS, 8th Suffolk, 
Rep., Boston. Born Roxbiiry; Boston pub- 
lic schools. Alderrnan, 1908. State senate 
1909. Committees, public health (ch.), banks 
and banking, metropolitan. Senate 1910. 
Committees public health (ch.), metropoli- 
tan affairs, mercantile affairs. Delegate 
Republican Niational convention 1912. 
Sinking fund commission city of Boston 
since igio. 1916 engrossed bills (ch.), 
metropolitan affairs, state house and libra- 
ries. 87 




PERT.KY, E. HOWARD, 2d Essex, 
Rep., Salem. Born Salem, Dec. 10, 1875. 
Boston University Law school, LL. B. 
1900. Lawyer, Common council 1903-1908 
(pres. 1908). Bo>ard of aldermen 191 1. 
Star King lodge, A. F. & A. M., Sutton 
lodge of Perfection. Senate 1915, legal af- 
fairs (ch.), state house, libraries, engrossed 
bills. 19x6, legal affairs (ch.), railroads, 
state house and libraries. 



88 




SHEEHAN, JOHN F., 2d Hampden 
Holyoke. Born Holyoke, Sept. 2, 1864; 
public schools. Lawyer. House 1895-1896- 
1897- 1 898- 1 904- 1 905. Committees on cities, 
woman suffrage (sp.) and towns. Senate 
I9i4-'i5. Committees on engrossed bills, 
education, fisheries and game. 1915, agricul- 
ture, roads and bridges, ways and means. 
1916, ways and means, federal relations, 
roads and bridges. 



89 




TETLER, JAMES R., 5th Essex, Rep., 
Lawrence. Born there; public schools. 
Master plumber. Masons, Elks, Odd Fel- 
lows, Eagles. Citj' council 1902-1903. 
House 1009-1910, committee on federal re- 
lations, payroll (ch.). Senate 1914, coun- 
ties (ch.), public institutions (ch.), state 
house and libraries. 1915, cities, military 
affairs, public institutions (ch.). 1916, 
banks and banking, cities, public institu- 
tions (ch.). 

90 




TIMILTY, JAMES P., 7th Suffolk, Dem., 
Boston. Born there March 28, 1865; pub- 
lic schools. Contractor. Ward 18 iDem. 
club (pres). Pavers' Unioin (pres.) ; A, 
O. U. W. Board of aldermen 1908- 
1909. Senate I9ri-'i2-'i3-*i4-'is. Committees 
on drainage, mercantile affairs, roads and 
bridges, public lighting, rules, rules (sp.). 
railroads. 1916, rules, public lighting, rail- 
roads. 



91 




TUFTS, NATHAN A., 5th Middlesex, 
Rep., Waltham. Born Fitchburg, April 15, 
1879; Fitchburg high school '96, Brown 
University '00, B. U. Law school '03. Law- 
3xr. House 1910-1911-1912-1913-1914- Com- 
mittees on engrossed bills bills (ch.), elec- 
tion laws, legal affairs (ch.), congressional 
redistricting (special), rules, ways and 
means and child labor (ch., special). Sen- 
ate 1915, metropolitan affairs, taxation 
(ch.), judiciary. 1916, judiciary, rules, tax- 
ation (ch.). 

92 




WASHBURN, ROBERT M., ist Wor- 
cester, Rep., Worcester. Born there, Jan. 
4. 1868; public schools, Harvard college. 
Lawyer. Republican club of Massachusetts, 
House I9o8-'o9-'io-'ii-'i2-'i3-'i4-'i5. Com- 
mittee on liquor law, libtaries, special 
on Southbridge Savings bank, railroads 
(ch.), rules, public utilities (sp.), ways and 
means (ch.), street railways. 1916, judiciary, 
federal relations (ch.), municipal finance. 



93 




HORTON. RKV. EDWARD A., Chap- 
lain of the senate, Boston. Born Spring- 
field, Sept. 28, 1843; educated in University 
of Michigan, Meadville Theological school, 
Heidelbiirg University. Served in U. S. 
Navy during Civil War. Chaplain Mass. 
Grand Lodge of Free Masons, also Kins- 
ley Post 113, G. A. R. Chosen chaplain of 
senate in 1904 and each year since then. 



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PBDRICK. THOMAS F., Sergeant-at- 
Arms of the Legislature, Rep., Lynn, Born 
Marblehead Feb. 20, 1846; public schools. 
Rep. city committee 20 years (chairman 
2 years), assistant assessor 5 years, clerk of 
board 17 years, special county commission- 
er 3 years. House messenger 1884 to 1901, 
assistant doorkeeper 1901 to 1904, door- 
keeper 1904 to 19T0; elected sergeant-at- 
arms in January 1910 and re-elected in igii, 
1912, 1913, T914, T915 and 1916. 
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REPRESENTATIVES 




CHANN.ING H. COX, 

.Speaker of the Massachusetts House 

of Representatives. 



98 



cox, CHANNING H, Speaker of the 
Massachusetts House of Representatives, 
loth Suffolk, Rep., Boston. Born Manches- 
ter, N. H., Feb. 28, 1879; Dartmouth '01, 
Harvard Law School '04. Lawyer. Republi- 
can Club of Mass., Lincoln cliib, Mass- 
achusetts club, Boston Bar assoc, Massa- 
chusetts Bar assoc, Masons, Elks, Boston, 
City, University, Woodland Golf, Intervale 
Country clubs. Republican city commit- 
tee 1907-1908, common council 1908-1909. 
House of Representatives 1910-1911-1912- 
1913-1914-1915- Committees on bill'S in 3d 
reading (ch.), legal affairs, mercantile af- 
fairs (ch.). public utilities (sp.), rules, ju- 
diciary (ch.). Elected speaker January, 
1915 and re-elected 1916. 



99 




ABBOTT, ESSEX S., 3d Essex, Rep., 
Haverhill. Born Lynn Mar. 11, 1870; pub- 
lic schools of Lynn Haverhill and Boston. 
Lawyer, formerly sole leather salesman 
and dealer in shoe threads, Pentucket club. 
City solicitor 1903-1904-1905-1907. House 
1913-1914-1915, judiciary, railroads. 191^. 
judiciary, railroads. 



100 




ACHIN, HENRY, JR., 17th Middlesex, 
Rep., Lowell. Born there, June 30, 1883; 
public and parochial schools. General in- 
surance agent. C. M. A. C, C. O. F., U. S. 
J. B. d'A., Centralville, Pawtucketville and 
Middlesex clubs, Cityens Amercaines, 
Common council 1909-1910-1911, House 
191 3- 1913-1914- 191 5, insurance, roads and 
bridges, federal relations (ch.). i^iS, 
Panama-Pacific delegation. 1916 federal re- 
lations (ch.), insurance. 
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ALLEN, GEORGE C. P., 14th Essex, 
Rep., Lynn. Born Lynn, Jan. 31, 1868; 
public schools in Lynn. Shoe trade as 
shipper, pattern maker and foreman. Lynn 
city government; councilman 1907, board 
of aldermen 1908- 1909-1910. Mason, Knight 
Templar, Knights of Pythias, Republican 
club. 1916, public service. 



102 




ALLEN, J. WESTON, 4th Middlesex, 
Rep., Newton. Born Newton Highlands, 
April 19, 1872. Yale university 1893, Har- 
vard Law school 1896. Lawyer. Massa- 
chusetts club, Massachusetts Republican 
club, Braeburn, Boston Yale club, Sons of 
Veterans, Society of Mayflower Descend- 
ants. House 1915. Committees, bill in 3d 
reading (ch.), banks and banking. 1916, 
bills in third reading (ch.), public service 
(ch.). 

103 




AMMIDON, PHILIP R., 3rd Middlesex, 
Rep., with Prog, endorsement, Cambridge. 
Born Cambridge, Nov. 24, 1884; Harvard 
college 1905, Harvard Law school 1908. 
Practicing law in Boston and member of 
the firm of Amm.idon & Bicknell. Masons, 
Blue Lodge Chapter, Elks, Cambridge 
board of trade, Cambridge Republican 
City committee, Boston City club. 1916, 
taxation. 



104 




ANDERSON, ALGODT N., 2nd Bristol, 
Rep., North Easton. Born North Easton, 
March 13. 1886; attended the public schools 
of Easton and at the present time study- 
ing law in the Boston Y. M. C. A., Shoe 
business and also auctioneer in the town of 
North Easton. Have served as a member 
of the finance committee for the town of 
Easton. 1916 state house and libraries. 



105 




ANNTS CHARLES H., 12th Essex, Rep., 
Lynn. Born Lynn, Jan. 12, 1859; public 
schools. Shoe worker. L O. O. F., )P. 
G.), Encampment (P. C. P), Red Men (P. 
S,), common council 1907, alderman 1908- 
1909. House 1913-1914, public institutions, 
federal relations. 1916, public institutions. 



106 




ARMSTRONG, WILLIAM M., 25th 
Middlesex, Rep., Somerviile. Born Me- 
chanics Falls, Me., Aug. 17, 1850; public 
schools. Cooperage manufacturer and 
dealer. Member board First M. E. church, 
board of trade, Republican club of Massa- 
chusetts, Masons, R. A., A. O. U. W., board 
of aldermen 3 years; House 1 909- 1 9 10- 191 1- 
1913-1914-1915. Committee on education 
(ch.), liquor law, social welfare (ch.)- 1916, 
social welfare, state house and libraries 
(ch.) 

107 




ATWOOD, BENJAMIN S., 5th Ply- 
mouth. Rep., Whitnjan. Born Carver, June 
25, 1840; public schools Carver and Marl- 
boro. Since Civil War a manufacturer in 
No. Abington, Abington and Whitman. 
State committee 6 years; 20 years chairman 
of town committee. 1916, public lighting. 



108 




BABB., GEORGE W. P., 23d Suffolk., 
Rep., Boston. Born Boston, Aug. 20, 1866; 
public schools. Real estate mortgages in- 
surance, president Roslindale Co-operatrve 
Bank. House 1913. Committee on cities. 
Republican club of Massachusetts, A. F. & 
A. M., N. E. O. P., Highland club of W. 
R., Old Colony club, Treasurers' club, 
Massachusetts Real Estate Excha/nge, 1916, 
ways and means. 



109 




BAGS HAW, JAMES T., nth Bristol, 
Rep., Fall River. Born Allendale, R. I., 
Jan. 31, 1869; public schools. Fall River 
Business college. Deputy sheriff, auction- 
eer, real estate. Alderman-at-large, 1903- 
1904- 1 905- 1906. Knights of Pythias, Elks, 
Moose. House, 1914-1915, committees on in- 
surance, elections. 1916, counties (ch.). 



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BAKER, EDMUND, 2nd Plymouth, 
Rep., Marshfield. Born Marshfield, June 
24, 1877; public schools. Grocer. Repub- 
lican town committee. James Stone lodge, 
A. F. & A. M., Dfuxbury. 1915, labor. 1916, 
harbor and public lands. 



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BALDWIN, WILLIAM B., loth Ply- 
mouth, Rep.. Brockton. Born Fall River, 
Sept. i8, 1854; Wesleyan University. Sales- 
man. Republican club. 1916, education. 



112 




BALL, PHILIP HOSMER, 3d Franklin, 
Rep., Deerfield. Born Deerfield, May 23, 
1882. Deerfield academy (1898), Boston 
Uniersity Law school (LL. B. magma cum 
laude 1905). Lawyer. Republican lodge, 
Greenfield, and Mt. Sugar Loaf lodge, 
South Deerfield, A. F. & A. M. (junior 
warden) ; Franklin Royal Arch chapter. 
I9i5> judiciary. 1916, judiciary. 



113 




BARKER, ARTHUR W., 13th Essex, 
Rep., Lynn, Born East Stoneham, Me., 
Sept. 19, 1847; North Bridgeton academy. 
Contractor. House 1905 -1906- 1907. Prov- 
idence lodge, I. O. O. F. Sutton Royal 
Arch chapter, Olivett commandery; Essex 
chapter, S. of A. R., Lynn chamber of 
commerce. 1915, public service. 1916, mu- 
nicipal finance, state house and libraries. 



114 




BARRY, WILLIAM J., 4th Plymouth, 
Dem., Rockland. Born Rockland, 1S61. 
Rockland High school. Associate editor 
Rockland Independent which he founded in 
1884 and with which he has been connect- 
ed ever since; representative Brockton 
Daily Times. Board of selectmen (two 
years), overseer of the poor. House 191S, 
social v/elfare. 1916, ways and means. 



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BAXTER, THOMAS W., 15th Essex, 
Rep., Lynn. Born Nottingham, Eng., Aug. 
9, 1867; graduated with honors trom the 
Manning high school of Ipswich in 1886. 
Woodworker with Gen. Elec. Co. 18 yrs. 
Common council of Lynn 1908. Ward 6 
committee, 8 years (ch. 4 yrs.) Lynn En- 
campment, Kearsarge Lodge, I O. O. F., 
Ivy Rebekah lodge and several clubs. 1916, 
water supply. 

116 




BEARDSLEY, ADDISON P., 21st Suf- 
folk. Rep., Boston. Born Harborville, 
King's county, N. S., Feb. 8, 1874; academy 
Penn. College of Dental Surgery. Dentist. 
Republican Club of Massachuse'-is, Middle- 
sex club. Lincoln club, Roxbury'- board of 
trade, Roxbury Improvement assoc. (pres. 
1913-1914) ; Roxbury Historical society, 
Roxbury Charitable society, N. E. O. P., 
I. O. O. F., (grand lodge of Mass.), Mass. 
Dental soc'ety, National Dental assoc. 
House igi:; public institutions. 1916 met- 
ropolitan affairs. 

117 




BELCHER, JOSEPH, 9th Norfolk, 
Rep., Randolph. Born East Randolph (now 
Holbrook). Public schools and Bridge- 
water Normal. School teacher (principal 
same school 34 years). Town auditor, 
moderator. Norfolk club, Royal Arcanum, 
Norfolk County Teachers' association, I. 
O. O. F. (grand master grand lodge of 
Massachusetts 1906-IQ07; grand represen- 
tative to sovereign grand lodge 1907-1908). 
House 1915, education. 1916, education, 
public service. 

118 




BENSON, JOSEPH J., 24th Suffolk, 
Dem., Boston. Born Boston, Aug., 6, 1885; 
public schools. Clerk, conductor. House 
1913. 1915, military affairs, education. 1916, 
railroads. 



119 




BENTLEY, JAMES D., 12th Essex, 
Rep., Swampscott. Born Salisbury, New 
Brunswick, Canada, Feb. 6, 1884; Swamps- 
cott public schools. For ten years con- 
nected with sole leather business; for the 
last six years proprietor of a bowling em- 
porium. Member of Republican Town 
Committee 11 years and chairman 3. K of 
P., Red Men, Grand Lodge of Shriners, 
1916. public lighting. 



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BITZER, JACOB, 29th Middlesex, Rep., 
Arlington. Born Durrwargen, Wurttem- 
burg, Germany, Jan. 16, 1865. Piano case 
manufacturer. Board of selectmen (4 
years). Republican town committee (ch.). 
Bethel lodge, I. O. O. R; Arlington Boat 
club, (vice pres.). 1915, ways and means. 
1916, ways and means, public institutions. 



121 




BLISS, ALVIX E.. 23cl Middlesex, Rep., 
Maiden. Born Brookline, Sept. i6, 1858; 
public schools. Supt. and manager elec- 
tric lighting plant. Masons, R. A. A. C. K. 
T., M. S., I. O. O. F., K. P, Elks, Middle- 
sex, Maiden, Kernwood clubs. House 
1910-19TI-1912-1913. Committees on cities 
(clerk), constitutional amendments, rules, 
cities (ch.), chairman special committee 
-municipal finance 1912, municipal finance 
(ch.). 1915, cities (ch.), election laws. IQ16. 
rules, cities (ch.). 

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BOOTHMAN, CORNELIUS, 3rd Berk- 
hire, Rep., Adams. Born Williamstown, 
March 13, 1885; Law College, University of 
South Dakota. Phi Delta Phi. 1916, elec- 
tion laws. 



123 




BOWSER. EDEN K., 21st Middlesex, 
Rep. and Prog., Wakefield. Born Sack- 
ville, N. B., June 26. 1874; Wakefield high 
school, Harvard 1896, PTarvard Law school 
1899. School committ'ee six yeajrs, 

sewer commission six years. Massachu- 
setts club, Middlesex Bar assoc, Massachu- 
setts school assoc, Wakefield club, Ma- 
sons, Golden Rule lodge. House 1914, 1915. 
Committee on judiciary. 1916, judiciary. 



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BRADLEY, MANASSAH EDWARD, 2d 
Suffolk, Dem., East Boston. Born in Ire- 
land, Aug. 15, 1863; Adams school, East 
Boston, Clerk. Common council 1893- 
1894. House 1 895- 1896- 1 97- 1 903- 1 904. An- 
cient Order of Hibernians, Bartenders Lo- 
cal 'J'], Everett Associates. 1916, military- 
affairs. 



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BRENNAN, TAMES ]., 3d Suffolk, 
Dem., Boston. Born there May 2, 1882; 
public schools. Steam engineering. A. O. 
U. W., Local 74, I. U. S. E. (pres.). Com- 
mon council 1908-1909. House 1911-1912. 
Committee on water supply, pay roll. 1915. 
public lighting. 1916, harbors and public 
lands, public lighting. 



126 




BRENNAN, THOMAS H., 6th Middle- 
sex, Dem., Natick. Born Natick, Sept. 25, 
1875; public schools. Dem. town commit- 
tee (ch. 1910^1911-1912). Natick aerie, 892, 
F. O. E.; St. Matthew court 122, M. C. O. 
F. 191 5, election laws. 1916 social welfare. 



127 




BRIGGS, CLARENCE A., 5th Bristol, 
Rep., Taunton. Born Taunton, Aug. 21, 
1871; public schools. House 1899-1900,1901. 
Masons, K. T., Odd Fellows, K. of P. and 
Mystic Shrine. 1916, water supply. 



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BROGNA, VINCENT, 6th Suffolk, Dem., 
Boston. Born Tta'.y, May 14, 1887; public 
schools, Boston University Law School. 
Lawyer. K. C. Democratic state committee 
1911; House 'i2-'i3, committee on legal 
1911. House 'i2-'i3-'i4, judiciary, legal af- 
fairs, liquor law. 1916, judiciary. 



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BROWN, CHARLES HENRY, 27th 
Suffolk, Rep., Revere. Born Worcester, 
Sept. 25th, 1873; public schools. Four 
years gents' furnishing and clothing, 23 
years prop, of restaurant. Water commis- 
sioner. At present member of the board 
of health. Republican City committee, Re- 
vere, board of development, Revere Sav- 
ing Bank, Elks, Odd Fellows. 1916, roads 
and bridges. 



130 




BROWN,. FREDERIC. JOHNSTON^ 
20th Middlesex, Rep., Woburn. l5orn Wo- 
burn, Sept. i, 1855; Massachusetts Institute 
of Technology. Treas. O. D. C. Co. For- 
merly in firm of A. S. & J. Brown & Co., 
importers of and jobbers in foreign fruits; 
later with Brown & Gifford, ice dealers,. 
Winchester. House, 1915, metropolitan af- 
fairs. 1916, metropolitan affairs. 



131 




BUCKLEY, DANIEL J., 8th Hampden. 
T)em., Chicopee. Born Chicopee, March 
.31, 1876; public schools. Plumber. K. C, 
A. O. H., Red Men. Democratic city com- 
mittee (one year), alderman 1908-1909- 
1910-1911. House 19T2-1913-1914-1915. Com- 
mittees on military affairs, public service, 
•public health, State house and libraries. 
J916, cities. 



132 




BUNTING, GEORGE, 5th Essex, Rep., 
Methuen. Born Lawrence, Aug. 31, 1868; 
public schools. Clerk. House 1907-1908. 
Committee on taxation, payroll. Senate 
1909-1910; drainage, towns (ch.) counties, 
taxation. Assessor, sel'ectman and overseer 
of poor 1904-1905-1906. Chief of police 
1911-1912-1913-to April 14 Methuen Re- 
publican club. Masons, Elks, Eagles, Eng- 
lish Social club. House 1915, street rail- 
ways. 1916, street railways. 



133 




BURR. ARTHUR E., nth Suffolk, Rep., 
Boston. Born Boston, July 23, 1870; Rke 
grammar school, Boston Latin school 
(1887), Harvard college (1891), Harvard 
Law school (1894). Law^yer. Ward il 
republican committee, Republican club of 
Massachusetts, University club, Harvard 
club. City club, Brae-Burn Country club, 
Massachusetts Bar.. House 1915. judiciary. 
1916, judiciary, election laws. 



134 




BUTLER, FREDERICK, 7th Essex, 
Rep., Lawrence. Born Lawrence, Sept. 21, 
1884; Highland Military academy, Bryant 
& Stratton Commercial school. Banker 
and broker's office 6 years; clothing busi- 
ness 3 years. Mason, Lawrence Canoe 
club. North Andover club, Agawam club of 
Haverhill, Fraternal Order of Eagles, 
Franco-American Naturalization club of 
House 1914-1915, public institutions, elec- 
tions. 1916, rules, public institutions. 



135 




CADY, FRED E., ist Hampden, Rep., 
Monson. Born Greenfield. Brimfield acad- 
em)^ Newspaper man and publisher. 
House 1915, mercantile affairs. 1916, mer- 
cantile affairs. 



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CARMAN, JULIUS F., 6th Hampden, 
Rep., Springfield. Born bouth Coventry, 
Conn.; public .schools of Springfield. Re- 
tail grocer and real estate. Republican 
city committee 12 yrs., board of aldermen 
2 years., board of supervisors, fire commis- 
sioners. House 1913-1914-1915, election 
laws, mercantile affairs, military affairs. 
1916, public institutions. 



137 




CASEY, DANIEL W., 14th Suflfolk, 
Dem., Boston. Born Boston, Sept. 10, 
1892; graduate South Boston high school 
1910; Ben. Pitman School of Shorthand 
1911-1912. Private secretary and law stu- 
dent. Secretary Boston Democratic Com- 
mittee 1914-1915, president South Boston 
High School Alumni, Member of South 
Boston Council Knights of Columbus, Pen- 
insular Lodge, Loyal Order of Moose, 
House 1915, street railways. 1916 street 
railways. 138 




CATHERON, ALLISON G., 20th Essex, 
Rep., Beverly. Born Kempt, Queen's 
county, N. S., June 26, 1878; Beverly high 
school, Bates college, Harvard Law^ school. 
Lawyer, principal Norwell high school 
1900-1902. Mason. House 1913-1914-1915. 
social welfare (ch.), constitutional amend- 
ments. 1916, social welfare (ch.) 1916, 
social welfare (ch.), taxation. 



139 




CHAMBERLAIN, GEORGE D., 5th 
Hampden, Rep., Springfield. Born Troy, 
N. Y., Sept. 28, 1858; public schools, 
Springfield Collegiate institute. Account- 
ant. Masons, S. A. R., Winthrop club, 
Common council 2 yrs., alderman 3 yrs. 
House 1913-1914-1915, social welfare, cities, 
rules, municipal finance (ch.). 1916 rules, 
mercantile affairs (ch.). 



140 




CHANDLER, ALBERT MINOT, 2d 
Middlesex, Rep. -Prog., Cambridge. Born 
Cambridge, Aug. 29, 1878; Harvard college 
1900, Harvard Law school 1903. Lawyer., 
Common council 1908 to 191 1. Republican 
club of Massachusetts, Cambridge Board of 
Trade. Mispah Lodge of Masons. House 
1915, social welfare (clerk), 1916, munici- 
pal finance (ch.). 



I4r 




CHAPMAN CHARLES, ist Middlesex, 
Dem., Cambridge. Born Cambridge, Sept 
29, 1869; Allston grammar school. Actor. 
Knights of Columbus, Elks. 1916, ellection 
laws. 



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CHAPMAN, EDWARD EARL, 2nd 
Hampden, Rep., Ludlow. Born Springfield, 
Feb. 13, 1862; public schools of Springfield. 
Farmer, musician, director in quartette 
Third Congregational Church, Chicopee, 
24 years, school committee 9 years. House 
1914-1915, agriculture, house chairman ag- 
riculture, 1915. Brigham lodge of Masons, 
I. O. O. F. 1916, agriculture, ch.), federal 
relations. 



143 




CHURCHILL. JOHN W., ist Plymouth, 
Rep., Plymouth. Born there, Nov. 17, 
1853; public schools. Cranberry culture, 
contractor and builder. A. F. A. M., R. A. 
C, K. T., M. S., I. O. O. R, Red Men, 
Old Colony club. School committee, se- 
lectman, water commissioner. House 1913- 
1914-1915, fisheries and game, constitutional 
amendments, public service. 1916, fisher- 
ies and arame. 



144 




CLAUSS, FREDERIC F., 26. Middlesex, 
Rep.-Prog., Cambridge. Born Watertown, 
July 28, 1879; public schools, business col- 
lege, x^dvertising publicity agent. Common 
council 1911-1912-1913. Chairman Ward 6 
Republican city committee (executive 
com.), Young Men's Republican club, N. 
E. O. P.. Board of Trade, B. P. O. E., 839. 
House 1915, mercantile affairs. 1916, fed- 
eral relations, mercantile affairs. 



145 




COFFEY, JAMES, 17th Essex, Rep., 
Salem. Born County Waterford, Ireland^ 
May 17, 1849. Irish National schools. 
Carpenter and contractor. Common coun- 
cil 1903 - 1904 - 1905 1906 - I 907- I 909-1910. 
House 1914-1915. Committees on water 
supply, counties. Republican club, Young 
Men's Catholic Temperance association. 
1916, pay roll, counties. 



146 




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COLBURN, ARTHUR WILLARD, 
,14th Middlesex, Rep., Dracut. Born iDra- 
cut, Dec. I, 1877. New Hampshire college 
(class '97). Agriculture. School commit- 
tee (3 yrs.), selectman, assessor (4 yrs), 
chairman board fourth year; tax collector 
(6 yrs., receiving unanimous election in 
1914). Centralville lodge, I. O. O. F., 
Dracut Grange, P. of H., House 1915, ag- 
riculture. 1916, roads and bridges. 

147 




COLLINS, BENJAMIN G., Dukes, 
Rep., Edgartown. Born Edgartown, Dec. 
25, i860; Massachusetts Institute of Tech- 
nology ('81). Wholesale and retail fish; 
engineering after completion of college 
course; seaman (5 or 6 years). House 
1900-1901-1902. Committee on fisheries and 
game (clerk in 1900, ch. in 1901-1902). 
Mason. House 1915, fisheries and game. 
1916, fisheries and game, labor. 



[48 




COLLINS, SAMUEL L, ist Essex, Rep.^ 
Amesbt^r3^ Born Salisbury (now Ames- 
bury), ]\[arch 4, 1851; public schools. ^ Real 
estate and dairy farming. A- F. A. M., 
L O. O. F., J. O. U. A. M., Massachusetts 
Republican clutii, Essex club, Amesbury 
club House 1911-1912-1913-1914-1915. v-um- 
mittees on public service, fisheries and 
game, roads and bridges (clerk and ch.), 
ways and means, state house and libraries^ 
1916, rules, ways and means. 
149 




COOK, D. HERBERT, ym Bristol, Rep., 
New Bedford. Born there, June 2, 1861; 
public schools. Contractor and builder. 
Republican city committee; Knights of 
Pythias. Common council 7 yrs. (pres. 2 
years). House 1913-1914-1915, counties, 
cities, constitutional amendments. 1916, 
cities, election laws. 



ISO 




COOLEY, THOMAS J., 12th Hamp- 
den, Rep., Westfield. Born Southwick; 
Southwick academy. Clothing merchant. 
School committee (3 years). Masons, 
Knights Templar, Shrine, Odd Fellows. 
House 1914-1915, mercantile affairs, rail- 
roads. 1916, railroads. 



ISI 




COURTNEY, JOHN J., 3d Hampden, 
Dem., Springfield. Born there, Nov. 17, 
1877; public schools. Cigarmaker. M. C. 
O. F. (V. C. R.), Romanic club, Cigarmak- 
ers' Union, McDermott Outing club. 
House 1913-IQ14-1915, labor, insurance. 
1916, public institutions 



152 




CRAIG, JOHN W., i2th Suffolk, Dem., 
Boston. Born Boston, March 2, 1880; 
Dwight grammar school, Boston Latin 
school, Boston College high, Boston Col- 
lege. Liquor dealer. Boston common 
council 1904-1905-1906. Quincy club. Con- 
cord club, Ward 12 Democratic club, Hep- 
tasophs. 1916, counties. 



153 




CROSBY, BURTON H., 19th Middlesex, 
Rep., Lowell. Born Lowell, Aug. 9, 1874. 
Public schools. .Building mason. Com- 
mon council 1904-1905; board of aldermen 
.1906-1907. U. S. Bunting club, Eliot club. 
House 1915, election laws. 1916, public in- 
stitutions. 



154 




CROSS, FRED W. ist Worcester, Rep., 
Royalston. Born South Royalston; public 
schools, Gushing Academy, 1896, Williams 
college, 1900, Himmans Commercial school. 
Justice of peace and notary public, convey- 
ancer, etc., trustee of several corporations, 
financial agent for several individuals, ad- 
ministrator of estates. School committee, 
overseer of the Poor. Progressive repre- 
sentative 1914 and 1915. Committees on 
education, labor. 1916, education (ch.), 
labor. 155 




CUMMINGS, JOHN J. 20th Suffolk, 
Dem., Boston Born Boston, Sept. 26, 1884; 
Dorchester high, Boston University Law 
school. Lawyer. Ward 20 Democratic 
club, Catholic club of Dorchester. House, 
1914, insurance. 1916, elections, legal af- 
:fairs 



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CURRAN, GEORGE EDWARD, i8th 
Suffolk, Dem., Boston. Born Roxbtiry, 
Jan. 28, 1873; Dudley grammar and even- 
ing drawing schools. Theatrical contrac- 
tor, stage manager and designer. Boston 
lodge of Elks, Fraternal Order of Eagles, 
Boston Yacht club, A. O. H.. K. of C., The- 
atrical Stage Employees,' Theatrical 
Mechanics' association, Ward 18 Democra- 
tic club. House 1914, 191 5. military affairs, 
federal relations. 1916, taxation. 

157 




DAHLBORG, EDWARD N., pth Ply- 
mouth, Prog., Brockton. Born there, May 
30, 1887; public schools, Bryant & Stratton 
Commercial college. Merchant, contractor. 
A. F. A. M., R. A. C. Progressive city 
comm.ittee, common council 1912. House 
1913-19T4, state house, payroll, state house 
and libraries. 1916, public institutions. 



158 




DAVIS, SAMUEL. loth Suffolk, Rep., 
Boston. Born Philadelphia, June 4, 1866; 
Philadelphia public schools. Lawyer. 
Member Ward 10 Republican committee 
(3 years). Massachusetts club. Republican 
club, Boston Press club, Economic club of 
House 1914. 1915, engrossed bills (ch.), 
insurance (ch.), 1916, election laws, in- 
surance (ch.). 



159 




DAY. THEODORE H., 20th Worcester, 
Rep., Worcester. Born Worcester, Oct. 29. 
1852. Public schools. Retired. City coun- 
cil 1902-1903; board of aldermen 1904-1905 
(pres. 1905). Worcester lodge and Wachu- 
sett encampment, I. O. O. P.; Worcester 
lodge 56, A. O. U. W.; Worcester County 
Republican club. House I9i4-'i5, municipal 
finance, public lighting. 1916, fisheries and 
game, public lighting. 

160 




DENNIS, GEORGE F., ist Barnstable, 
Rep., Sandwich. Born New Bedford, Aug. 
7, 1872; public schools. Foreman Clark 
Cons. Co. Assessor, (ch.), selectmen 
and overseers of poor. Sec. Town commit- 
tee. Elks, Red Men. 1016, waier supply. 



161 




DONOVAN, JOHN L., 7th Suffolk, 
T)em., Boston. Born there June 3, 1876. 
Public schools. Salesman. Common coun- 
•cil 1 898- 1 899- 1 908- 1 909, deputy sealer of 
weights and measures, deputy city collec- 
tor. House 1900-1901-1910-19T2-1913-1914- 
1915. Committees on printing, gypsy moth 
(special) drainage, harbors and public 
lands, state house, electiom laws, street 
railways. 

J916, rules, street railways. 

162 




DONOVAN, THOMAS F., gth Suffolk, 
Dem., Boston. Born Boston, 1868; Boston, 
public schools. Cafe proprietor. 

1916, insurance. 



163 




DOWD, THOMAS E., 17 Worcester, 
"Dem.. Worcester. Born Columbus, Ohio, 
Feb. 8, 1872; public schools. Tea and cof- 
fee business (15 years). Democratic city 
•committee (10 years). Catholic Young 
Men's Luceum, Irish Order of Foresters, 
Holy Name society. Sexton Sacred Heart 
•church (10 yrs.) House I9i4-'i5. Commit- 
tee on military affairs 

1916, pay roll, roads and bridges. 

164 




DOWLING, FREDERIC E. 25th Suf- 
folk, Rep., Boston (Allston dist). Born 
Weymouth, Feb, 8, 1875; public schools of 
Medford and Boston. Journalist; political 
writer on the Boston Traveler and the 
Boston Record for 13 years. Ward 25 
Republican club, Lincoln club, Boston 
Press club. Neighborhood club of Allston, 
Allston Development assoc. 

1916, public institutions. 



16.:^ 




DRURY, GEORGE P.. 5tli Middlesex, 
Rep., Waltham. Born Boston, Aug. 13, 
1876. Public schools of Waltham, Harvard 
1897, Harvard Law schoo. 1900. Lawyer; 
First Corps Cadets, Oakley County and 
Boston City clubs, Waltham board of 
trade, Massachusetts. Suffolk and Middle- 
sex Bar assoc. House 1912-1913-1914. 
Committees on judiciary, bills 3d reading 
(ch.), labor (ch.). 1915, judiciary, taxa- 
tion (ch.). 

1916, constit^^ional amendments, taxa- 
tion (ch.). i55 




EAMES, EDWARD BRADLEY, 20th 
Middlesex, Rep., Reading. Born Wilming- 
ton, Mass., April 15, 1856; common schools. 
Wholesale fruit and produce 20 years Bos- 
ton market. Wholesale Lumber. Mason; 
Boston Chamber of Commerce Boston 
Marketmen's Relief Assn. 

1916, agriculture. 



167 




25th Essex, Rep., 
Haverhill, Nov. 4, 



EMERY, CARL C. 
Newburyport. Born 
1888 Newburyport public schools; gradu- 
ated Newburyport High 1907. Grocer. 
City cc'unci' 1912, board of aldermen 1913- 
1914 (pres. r9i4). St. John's lodge, A. F, 
& A. M.; King Cyrus chapter, vR. A. M.; 
Essex County Republican club, Newbury- 
port; Lodge of Elks and American Yacht 
club. 

1916, federal relations, roads and bridges. 
168 




ENGLERT, JOHN P., 22nd Suffolk, 
Dem., Boston. Born Rojtbury, Jan. 
30, 1893; Commins grammar school, 
1907, Central evening high school, 1915. 
Foreman shoemaker. Spoke all over this 
commonwealth in the interests of democ- 
racy. Knights of Columbus, Mt. Pleasant 
Council, 98, Forresters, Worman's A. A., 
Echo Sporting club. 

1916, military affairs. 



169 




FAXON. JOHN C, 12th -Worcester, 
Rep., Fitchburg. Born City Point, Va., 
Dec. 9, 1864; Quincy high school, Adams 
academy, M. T. T., 1888. Insurance; 25 
years special writer of Boston Herald. 
Mason, R. A. C. (M. E. H. P.), K. T., 
Clerk committee and common council 6 
yrs., vice president Worcester Unitarian 
conference. Mass. Republican club. House 
1913, insurance, 1915, ways and means. 

1916, ways and means. 



170 




FIELD, HORACE F., 6th Plymouth, 
Rep., Mattapoisett. Born Roxbury, Aug. 
I3> 1877- Public schools, Milton academy. 
Stock farmer. Board of selectmen (12 
years'), water commission (ch. 2 years), 
republican town committee (ch. lO 
5''ears). Military Loyal Legion of United 
States, Wamsutta club, ' New Bedford. 
House 1915, harbors and public lands. 

1916, harbors and public lands. 



171 




FISHER, CHARLES D., 8th Middlesex, 
Rep., Holliston. Born Holliston, June 26, 
1873; public schools. Many years treasurer 
and director of New England Structural 
Co., chairman board of selectmen, pres. and 
chairman investment committee Holliston 
Savings Bank. Member of A. F. A. M. 

1916, banks and banking. 



172 




FITZGERALD JOHN I., 8th Suffolk, 
Dem., Boston. Born Boston, July i8, 1882; 
Phillips school. Contractor, real estate. 
Served at various conventions, member 
Democratic State Committee 1916. Served 
for ten years as outside registrar of voters 
for Ward 8. Hendrick club, M. C. O. For- 
esters. A. O. H., St. Joseph's T. A. Soc- 
iety, West End Eighteen. 

1916, ways and means. 



173 




FITZGERAIjD. MICHAEL J., isit 
Hampshire, Dem., Northampton. Born 
Northampton, March lo, 1878; public 
schools of Northampton. Proprietor of 
barber shop. Two years in common coun- 
cil 1910-1911, pres. common council 1911, 
two years in board of aldermen 1912-1913. 
At present member of planning board. 
Elks, Knights of Columbus. 

1916, mercantile affairs. 



174 




FOLEY, WIT-LIAM J., i3tn Suffolk, 
Dem., Boston. Born Boston, March 2, 1887. 
Lawrence school, South Boston Hi^h, Bos- 
ton English High, Boston University Law- 
school. Lawyer. Irish-American Athletic 
assoc. (track manager), M. C. O. F., A. O. 
H., Harmony club, English High school 
Alumni assoc, South Boston Citizen's as- 
sociation. House 1915, public service. 

1916, legal affairs. 



175 




.FOSTER, HARRY C, 21st Essex, Rep., 
Gloucester. Born Swampscott, Aug. 27, 
1867. Institute of Technology, Civil en- 
gineer. House 1898; Republican state 
committee 1899-1900; senate 1902-1903; 
mayor of Gloucester 1913-1914. Masons, 
Elks, Knights of Pythias, Red Men, Moose. 
House 1915, roads and bridges. 

1916, elections, roads and bridges (ch.). 



176 




, FRAIL, ARTHUR W., gth Worcester, 
Rep., Upton. Born, Hopkinton, Mass., 
Nov. 29, 1865; Ashland public schools. 
Machinist by itrade for the past 10 years. 
Real estate and insurance. Republican Town 
committees in Hopedale and Upton. K. 
of P., Odd Fellows, Red Men, associate 
member Post 22 G. A. R., Milford. 
1916, insurance. 



177 




FREELING, JOSEPH E., 9th Bristol, 
Rep., Fall River. Born Schenectady, N. Y., 
March 19, 1871; grammar school; Stock 
broker. Chairman Republican City com- 
mittee 1912-1913, member board of alder- 
men 1913-1914-1915, member of City Re- 
publican committee since 1910. Masons. 

1916, banks and banking. 



178 




FRENCH, WILLIAM R, 2nd Essex, 
Rep., Haverhill. Born Haverhill, March 12, 
1873; Haverhill high, Williams college. 
Newspaper work, Boston dailys, Washing- 
ton correspondent Boston Journal, Haver- 
hill Sunday Record, Haverhill common 
council, 1898, assistant paymaster, United 
States Navy, war with Spain. Secretary 
Loyal Order of Moose, trustee Spanish 
War Veterans, Fred Thomas Camp, Fra- 
ternal Order of Eagles, vice pres., New 
England Moose, Field Day assoc. 

1916, military affairs. 
179 




FRENCH, WILLIAM P., 26th Middle- 
sex, Rep., Somerville. Born Sebec, Maine^ 
April 30, 1874; Boston evening law school 
(Y. M. C. A.), class of 1909. Lawyer. 3 
years Somerville board of health, 3 years 
Somerville board of aldermen, pres. board 
of aldermen 1915. Clarendon club. Park 
Street club, Masons, Odd Fellows, Red 
Men, Knights of Pythias, Royal Arcanum. 

1916, legal afifairs. 



180 




FROST, HARVEY E, 25th Middlesex, 
Rep., Somerville. Born Lawrence, 1875. 
Insurance. House 1914. Committee on in- 
surance. Member Somerville Fourth of 
July association; Knights of Pythias; treas. 
Somerville Board of Trade, Golden Cross 
and New England Order of Protection; di- 
rector J. G. Johnston Co. Jewelry manu- 
facturer. House 1915, insurance, labor 
(ch.). 

T916, insurance, labor (ch.). 

181 




FROTHINGHAM, CHARLES BEN- 
JAMIN, 13th Essex, Rep., Lynn. Born 
Lynn, Nov. 11, 186S. Dartmouth Medical 
1891. Physician. School committee (3 
years). Masons, Odd Fellows, Knights of 
Pythias, N. E. O. P., Lynn Republican 
club, Park club. House 191 5, taxation. 

1916, cities. 



182 




FURBISH, MAURAN I., ist Bristol, 
Rep., North Attleboro. Born Rockland, 
Me., Oct. 3, 1864; public schools and Mow- 
ry & Goffs English & Classical School, 
Providence, R. I. Manufacturer. .Sewer- 
age commissioner, member of school board, 
member of Finance committee, clerk of 
board of selectmen, park commissioner. 
Royal Arcanum. 

1916, insurance. 



183 




GARRITY, CHARLES F., i6th Worces- 
ter, Dem., Worcester. Born Milford, N. 
H., Dec. 25, 1880; public schools, Holy 
Cross college, class of 1902; Boston Uni- 
versity Law school. Lawyer. Common 
council 1910-1911-1912, board of aldermen 
1913-1914- A. O. H., K. of C, B. P. O. E., 
L O. Z., Paxton Driving Club. House 191S, 
election laws. 

1916, election laws. 



184 




GATES, HARRY C, 4th Franklin, Rep., 
Orange. Born Northfield, June 2, 1872; 
public schools. Dry goods merchant (16 
years); store clerk in Northfield (5 years) 
and in Athol (7 years). Masons, board of 
trade, Boat club. House 191 5, military af- 
fairs. 

1916, banks and banking, state house and 
libraries. 



;18S 




GIBBS, JOHN MELLEN, 5th Middle- 
sex, Rep.. Waltham. Born St. John, N. B., 
July 13, 1874. Harris school, Boston Lat- 
in and Waltham High. Harvard college, 
Boston University Law school. Lawyer. 
Republican ward and c^ty committee (3 
years), board of aldermen (4 years, pres. 2 
years). Masons. Odd Fellows. Grange, 
Sons of Veterans, Spanish War Veterans, 
Waltham Republican cub. Old Colony 
club of Plymouth House 1915, engrossed 
bills (ch.), legal affairs. 

1916. election laws (ch.), 
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GIBLIN, THOMAS J., ist Suffolk, Dem 
Boston. Born there, May 7, 1873; public 
and parochial schools. Real estate broker, 
builder. Cleveland club, Orient Heights 
Yacht club. Board of aldermen 1909. 
House 1913, harbors and public lands. 1915, 
cities. 

1916, cities. 



187 




GILLIS JOHN J., 3rd Suffolk, Dem., 
Boston, Charlestown dist. Born Boston, 
Sept. 5, 1886; public schools, Frothingham 
grammar. Charlestown Navy Yard, age 
14 to 24 as iron worker; last 7 years en- 
gaged as insurance agent. Bunker Hill 
council K. of C, '|St. Catherine Holy 
Name," Northern club, Mystic Parks, 
Charlestown Artillery, Charlestown Busi- 
ness Men's assoc. 

1916, social welfare. 



188 




GLEASON, NESBIT G., gth Essex, 
Rep., Andover. Born Lawrence, Nov. ii, 
1872; public schools, Andover. Express 
business; now with American Woolen Co. 
Town auditor since 1901, Town Committee, 
chairman 1909 and 1910. Member of Christ 
Episcopal church of Andover also a mem- 
ber of St. Matthew's Lodge A. F. & A. M., 
and a past master, Knight Templar, and a 
32 degree Mason, Allepo Temple Mystic 
Shriners, Odd Fellows. 

1916, municipal finance. 
189 




GREENWOOD, FRED PARKER, 24th 
Middlesex, Rep., Everett. Born Alstead, 
N. H., May 29, 1855; Everett public schools. 
Retired; 20 years wholesale produce deal- 
er, 10 years with Boston Seaman's Friend 
Society. House T911-1912-1913-1914-1915. 
Committees on education, public service, 
public institutions (ch.). 1915, military af- 
fairs, public institutions (ch.). 

1916, military aflfairs, public institutions 
(ch.). 

190 




GUILD, JULIUS, loth Norfolk, Rep., 
Walpole. Born Walpole, March 30, 1850; 
public schools. Farmer. House 1909-1910. 
Committee on water supply. Postmaster 
1911-1912-1913-19T4. Masons, I. O. O. F., 
Grange, R. A., A. O. U. W. Selectman 
19 3'ears (ch. 8 years.). 

1916, agriculture. 



191 




HALL, EDGAR H., nth Middlesex, Rep., 
West Acton. Born Acton, March 25, 1861; 
Worcester academy. ^Manufacturer of 
Wooden ware (35 years), treas. Hall Broth- 
ers Co. Charles A. Welch lodge, A. F. & 
A. M. Selectman (4 years, ch. 2 years), 
ch. board of water commissioners 4 years. 
House 1915, water supply (clerk). 

1916, harbor and public lands, munici- 
pal finance. 



t$ti 




HALLIWELL, JOHN, 8th Bristol, Rep., 
New Bedford. Born Mossley, Eng., Feb. 
21, 1864. Mule spinner. Common council 
1905- 1906- 1 907. A. O U. 
M. U. House 1914-1915 
municipal finance. 

1916, public lighting. 



W., I. O. O. F.» 
Committee on 



IQ.'V 




HARDY, WALTER A., 12th Worcseter, 
."Rep., Fitchburg. Born Fitchburg, Dec. 5, 
1866; Fitchburg high school 2 years (class 
of '85. Wm. A. Hardy & Sons Co., brass 
founders. Learned by practical experience 
all parts of business; is pres. of company. 
Alderman from Ward i 1904 and 1905. 
Member of Masons, Odd Fellows and Elks, 
member of the Fay club in Fitchburg. 

1916, street railways. 



194 




HARRINGTON. EDWARD F., loth 
Brstol, Dem., Fall River. Born there Aug. 
lo, 1878; private schools. Groceries. 
Catholic Order Foresters, Friendly vScns 
St. Patrick, Holy Name Society, Ward 5 
club, Ward 4 club. Common council i 
year, board of aldermen 6 years. House 
i909-i9.io-i9ii-i9i2-i9i3-i9i4-i'9i5. Com- 
mittees on libraries (clerk), water supply, 
mercantile affairs. 

1916, mercantile affairs. 

195 




HARROP, JAMES L, 19th Worcester, 
Rep., Worcester. Born Lancashire, Eng., 
(while parents were visiting there from 
U. S.), April 28, 1866; public schools of 
Leicester, Mass. Dry goods. L O. O. P., 
A. F. A. M., R. A. C, K. T. Common 
council, 2 yrs., board of aldermen, 2 yrs. 
House 1913-1914-1915. Committees on in- 
surance, cities, water supply (ch.). 

1916, mercantile affairs, water supply 
(ch.). 



106 




HART, GEORGE F., 7th Worcester, 
Rep., Webster. Born there Nov. 9, 1859; 
public schools, Nichols academy. Univer- 
sity of Vermont Medical school. Physician 
and surgeon, vice-pres. Webster Co-opera- 
tive bank. Mason, 32d degree, K. P., Mas- 
sachusetts Medical Society, Selectmen, 
House 1913-1914-1915. Committee on pub- 
lic health (ch), state house and libraries, 
public health (ch.). 

1916, public health (ch.). 
197 




HARTSHORN, CHARLES H., 2nd 
Worcester, Rep., Gardner. Born Gardner, 
Feb. II, 1859; public schools. Thirteen 
years at the bench in Gardner's largest 
factory, 25 years a manufacturer of reed 
chairs and reed bab}^ carriages, six years 
selectman of Gardner; 2 years chairman 
of the board, 14 years moderator, two 
years chairman of advisory board. Masons. 

1916, street railways. 



198 




H'ASKINS, WILLIAM M., 7th Plymouth 
Rep., Middleboro. Born Ohio; Middle- 
boro schools. For the past 12 years has 
been selectman and for 10 years chairman 
of board Masons, Odd Fellows, president 
Middleboro Y. M. C. A. 

1916, towns. 



199 




HAYES, JAMES WILLIAM, 12th Suf- 
folk, Dem., Boston. Born Boston, Mar. 28, 
1884; Rice Training school. Clerk. Pres. 
Jefferson club; Concord clnb. 

1916, education. 



20L 




HTGGTNS, MATTHEW A., 3d Bristol, 
Dem., Taunton. Born Stoughton, Jan. 15, 
i860; public schools. Grocer for 2^ years. 
Common council, 1906-1907. Treas. Demo- 
cratic city committee. Whittenton Total 
Abstinence and Benevolent society, M. C. 
O. F., Whittenton Board of Trade and 
Business Men's association. House 1914. 
Committee on fisheries and game. 191S, 
payroll, municipal finance. 

1916, labor. 

201 




HILL, FRANCIS M., 15th Essex, Rep., 
Lynn. Born Boston, Feb. 28, 1882; Lynn 
Classical High school, M. I. T., Boston 
University Law school '05, Lawyer. 
School committee one year. House 1911- 
1912. Committees on constitutional amend- 
ments engrossed bills, legal affairs. 1913 
judiciary. 

1916, railroads, towns. 



202 




HILL, KENNETH PAGE, 3rd Middle- 
sex, Rep-Prog., Cambridge. Born Ciielms- 
ford, Sept. 8, 1890; Somerville Latin school 
1907; Harvard, 191 1. Printing at Harvard 
Sq. since 1907, when starting college. Own 
business. Common council, Cambridge, 

1912, seoretary Republican city committee. 

1913. Now studying law at Boston Y. M. 
C. A. Law school (class of 1918). 

1916, street railways. 

203 






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HIRSCH, JOHN A., ist Norfolk, Rep., 
Dedham. Born Dedham, July 9, 1861; Ded- 
ham public schools. Merchant. Chairman 
Dedham board of selectmen 1913-1914- 
1915. East Dedham Business Men's assoc, 
Odd Fellows, Dedham Republican club, 
Masons, Norfolk County Republican club. 
Grange, Loyal Order of Moose. 

1916, harbors and public lands. 



204 




HOLLAND, WILLIAM J., i6th Suffolk, 
Dem., Boston. Born Boston, March lo, 
1884; John A. Andrew school, English high 
school. Six years in grocery and provision 
business, now in restaurant and teaming 
business. Dorchester Court, (M. C. O. 
F., treasurer of Andrew Square Associates. 

1916, state house and libraries. 



203 




HOLT, PETER, loth Essex, Rep., 
North Andover. Born North Andover, 
July 6th, 1847; pubh'c schools. Farmer and 
landscape gardener. Selectman, assessor, 
overseer of poor since 1902, Grange, Mass. 
Assessors' assoc. 

1916, agriculture. 



206 




HOSIE, HORACE W., 12th Norfolk, 
Rep., Franklin. Born Cochecton, N. Y.; 
Cook academy, Havana, N. Y. Hardware 
and plumbing. Board of selectmen 5 yrs., 
chairman last 3 yrs. Norfolk club, 32d de- 
gree Mason, Hardware Dealers' assn.. 
Master Plumbers assn., Franklin Business 
assn., vice pres. Benjamin Franklin Sav- 
ings Bank. 

1916, railroads. 



207 




HULL, JOHN CARPENTER, nth 
Worcester, Rep., Leominster. Born Port- 
land, Me., Nov. I, 1870; Bowdoin college, 
1892. Prin. Fryeburg academy 1892-1895; 
prin Adams, (Mass.) H. S. 1895-1902; prin. 
Milford (Mass.) H. S. 1902-06; prin Leom- 
inster H S IQ06-1911. Lawyer 1912. Mem- 
ber Leominster school committee 1912- 
1915. Moderator Leominster town meet- 
ings 1913-1915- 

1916, education. 

208 




JAMES, CHARLES N., 2d Middlesex, 
Rep., Cambridge. Born Cambridge, Sept. 
3. 1873. Public schools Carriage and 
wagon manufacturer, automobile bodies 
and supplies. Amicable lodge A. F. & A. 
M.; St. Andrews chapter, R. A. M.; Cam- 
bridge council, Cambridge commandery, 
Aleppo Temple, Mystic shrine. House 
1915,, mercantile affairs. 

1916, elections, cities. 



309 




JARVIS, HENRY WHITING, 4th Mid- 
dlesex, Rep., Newton. Born Auburn, Me.^ 
Aug. 15, 1869. Bowdoin college, 1891 and 
University of Michigan Law school 1893. 
Lawyer. Newton board of aldermen 1913- 
1914-1915. Bowdoin club, University of 
Michigan club, Hunnewell club, Newton 
Golf club, Newton board ot trade. 

1916, engrossed bills (ch.), education. 



210 




JEWETT, VICTOR FRANCIS, 17th 
Middlesex, Rep., Lowell. Born Tyngsboro, 
Nov. 26, 1881; public schools, Hopkinson 
private school (Boston), Harvard Univer- 
sity 1905. Vinegar manufacturer. Har- 
vard club of New York, Boston City club, 
Common council 1909-1910 (pres. 1910). 
House 1912-1913-1914-1915. Committees on 
taxation (clerk), railroads, election laws, 
tuberculosis (spec); rules, railroads (ch.). 

1916, rules, railroads (ch.). 
211 




JOHNSON, JOHN G., 13th Worcester, 
Rep., Worcester. Born Portsmouth, N. H., 
May 23, 1864; grammar school; started 
work at the age of 13. Machinist and en- 
gineer on the Boston & Lowell R. R.; left 
the railroad in 1888; followed the engineer- 
ing business until 1902, then entered the 
confectionery business, retiring from busi- 
ness 1915. 

1916, cities. 



212 




JORDAN, MICHAEL H., 6th Essex, 
D'em., Lawrence. Born Lawrence, Feb. 7, 
1862; public schools. Wool sorter. Owls, 
Wool Sorters' Union and Benefit assoc. 

1916, federal relations. 



213 




JOYCE, THOMAS MiARTIN, 17th Suf- 
folk, Dem., Boston. Born Boston, Dec. 8, 
1880; Dearborn school. Clerk. Boston 
common council 1905-1906-1907-1908-1909. 
Senate 1912-1913, banks and banking, bills 
3d reading, counties, election laws, metro- 
politan affairs. 

1916, public lighting. 



214 




KEARNEY, JOHN JOSEPH, 2d Suf- 
folk, Dem., Boston. Born Boston March 14, 
1883. Public schools. Hotel and res- 
taurant business; financial secretary and 
business agent Hotel & Restaurant Em- 
ployees. Thomas W. Flood conclave, I. O. 
H.; Aerie 45, Fraternal Order of Eagles; 
Boston herd, B. O. B.; Waiters' Benevo- 
lent association. Waiters' union, Local 80; 
Massachusetts State Branch, A. F. of L. 
(vice pres). House 1915, state house and 
libraries. 1916, public health. 
215 




KELLEY, DAVID LEON, 6th Bristol, 
Rep., Fairhaven. Born Fairhaven, April 26. 
1889; public, private schools and Dean acad- 
emy. Traveling salesman. Secretary board 
of health. George H. Taber Lodge, A. F. 
& A. M. 

1916, insurance. 



216 




KELLEY, EDWARD I., ist Suffolk, 
Dem., East Boston. Born Charlestown, 
Feb, 23, 1885; Lyman and Emerson gram- 
mar schools, East Boston evening electrical 
school, Boston, 3 years. Electrician for 
Preston Estate 2 years, then supt, for 9 
years, asst. supt. Merchant National Bank 
Bldg I year, now in electric repair dept. 
for Otis Elevator Co., Boston. Ex-pres. 
of lona Social club of East Boston. 

1916, constitutional amendments. 
217 




KENNARD, WILLIAM W., 25th Mid- 
dlesex, Rep., Somerville. Born there Sept. 
3, 1874; public schools. Harvard college 
1897, Harvard Law school 1900. Lawyer. 
Masons. House I9i2-'i3-'i4-'i5. Commit- 
tees on election laws (ch.), water supply, 
elections, cities (ch.); special committees' 
on citj'- charters (ch.), judiciary (ch.), rules. 

r9i6, rules, judiciary (ch.). 



218 




KENT, ROBERT T., sth Berkshire, 
Rep., Pittsfield. Born Stockbridge, Dec 30, 
1883. Public schools, Berkshire Business 
college. Real estate. Paper Mahufacturer. 
Rep. city committee (10 years.). Mystic 
lodge, A. F. & A. M.; Pittsfield Anglers' 
club (vice-pres.), Berkshire Gun club. 
House 1915, street railways. 

1916, street railways. 



219 




KNOX, JOSEPH O., 26th Middlesex, 
Rep., Somerville. Born Charlestown, May 
28, 1878; Mechanics Art high school, Bos- 
ton. Salesman. Pres. ward and city com- 
mittee, IQTI, board of aldermen 1910, 1911 
and 1912, president 1912.. Mason, Odd 
Fellows. House 1914-1915. Committee on 
street railways, metropolitan affairs. 

1916, metropolitan affairs. 



220 




LAMB, ARTHUR F., 2d Worcester, 
Rep., Templeton. Born Templeton, Dec. 
20. 1852; public schools. Lumberman and 
mechanic. Republican town committee 
(ch. I year), board of fire engineers. 
House 1915, agriculture. 

1916, agriculture. 



221 




LAROCQUE, ERNEST A., nth Bris- 
tol, Rep., Fall River. Born St. Cesaire, 
P. Q., Canada. July 31, 1872; Holy Cross 
college, Farnham, P. Q.. public schools, 
Fall River. Eight years insurance, 3 years 
tea and coffee salesman. Alderman, Fall 
River. Citizen's Social club, East End So- 
cial club, Tw^enty Associates, Calumet club, 
Citizen's Social club. East End Social club, 
Twenty Associates. 

1916, public institutions. 
222 




LAWLER, CHARLES S., 24111 Suffolk, 
Dem., Dorchester. Born Dorchester, Sept. 
17, 1879; Mather grammar school, Eng- 
lish high school. Compositor Boston Jour- 
,n,al. House 1913-1914. (Committees on 
education and metropolitan affairs. Ward 
24 Democratic club, Peabody Sq. Demo- 
cratic club, Div. 76, A. O. H., St. Marks' 
Courts, M. C. O. F. 

1916, metropolitan affairs. 



223 




LEVENSON, JOSEPH M., 5th Suffolk, 
Rep., Chelsea. Born Boston, Mar 1881; 
Chelsea high school and Boston University 
Law school. Attorney. Alember Chelsea 
school board 1912-1913-1914-1915- Member 
Chelsea lodge of Elks. 

J916, legal affairs. 



224 




LEVINS JOHN N., 13th Suffolk, Dem.,. 
Boston. Born Boston, Aug. 10, 1886; Eng- 
lish High school. Clerk. Knights of Co- 
lumbus, Gaivv^ay Football club, South Bos- 
ton Catholic club, Gaelic History club. 
House 1915, constitutional amendments. 

1916, e-ducation. 



i25 




XEWIS, FRED OLIVER, iSth Middle. 
sex, Rep.. Lowell. Born Lowell, June 12, 
1878; public schools. Pharmacist. Masons, 
Knights of Pythias, Royal Arcanum, High- 
land club, Mt. Pleasant Golf club, Middle- 
sex Republican club. House 1914-1915. 
Committees on cities, public health. 
J916, cities, public health. 



226 




LILLEY, GEORGE E., 7th Bristol, 
Rep., New Bedford. Born New Bedford, 
June 25, 1885; Boston University Law 
school. Attorney-at-law. Member of city 
council of New Bedford 1915. Dartmouth 
club, Rod and Reel club, New Bedford Bar 
assoc, High school Alumni, Sons of Veter- 
ans, College Fraternal associations, Eureka 
lodge, A. F. & A. M. 

T916, street railways. 



227 




LINCOLN, DANIEL WALDO, 22nd 
Worcester, Rep., Worcester. Born Wor- 
cester, Sept. 2, 188? Harvard Law school 
'07. Admitted to 'bar July 1907. Practising 
law ever since in Worcester. Member 
Republican City committee of Worcester, 
1911-1912, chairman 1912. 

1916, legal affairs. 



223 




LINDBERG, GEORGE A., i8th Worces- 
ter, Rep., Worcester. Born Worcester, 
Aug. 15, 1881. Public schools, Hinman's 
Business college. Traveling salesman 
and storekeeper. Common council (2 
years), trustee Aaron and Lucretia Ban- 
croft scholarship fund, United Commer- 
cial Travellers, Worcester; Swedish Char- 
itable asociation (sec). House 1915, water 
supply. 

19116, water supply. 

22Q 




LOVE, GEORGE WASHINGTON, 2nd 
Hampden, Rep., West Spring-field. Born 
New York City, May 28, 1858; public 
schools of Pittsfield, private school, Elm- 
wood Institute, Lanesboro, Westfield Nor- 
mal, Troy Conference Theological, 4 yrs. 
Clergyman, Brunswick, Nassau and Charl- 
ton, N. Y., Lanesboro and West Spring- 
field, Mass. 

T916, state house and libraries. 



230 




LYLE, JAMES MacFARLANE, 23d Es- 
sex, Rep. Gloucester. Born Gloucester, 
Jan. ID, 1886; public schools. Traveling 
salesman. House 1914-1915. Committees 
on harbors and public lands, fisheries and 
game, state house and libraries. 

1916, fisheries and game, military afifairs. 



231 




LYMAN, FRANK E., 2nd Hampshire, 
Rep., Easthampton. Born Grafton, Vt., 
Sept. 15, 1886. Farmer, milk dealer. Eight 
years chairman selectman, three years 
chairman board of survey. House I9i5« 
Committee, ways and means. Republican 
club. Republican town and county commit- 
tees, Masons, Moose, Spanish War Veter- 
ans, Grange, Universal and Pasamcomick 
clubs. 

1916, ways and means. 
232 




LYMAN, LUTHER B., 27th Middlesex, 
Rep., Medford. Born Concord, Nov. 13, 
1853. In stationery and printing business 
since age of 11 years. With the George 
E. Crosby Co. for past 18 years. Member 
of Medford board of aldermen five years, 
1911 to 1915, inclusive. Mason, Odd Fel- 
low, Knight of Pythias, Medford club. 

T916, social welfare. 



233 




LYNCH, JOHN H., ist Middlesex, Dem., 
Cambridge. Born Salem, Mass., 1884; Cam- 
bridge schools. Cambridge Common coun- 
cil 1912-1913-1914, pres. 1913-1914. House 
1914-1915, water supply, street railways. 
Knights of Columbus, Div. 99 A. O. H., St. 
John's Literary Institute. 

1916, street railways. 



234 




MacPHERSON, JAMES K., 7th Middle- 
sex., Rep. -Prog., Framingham. Born Fram- 
ingham, Jan. 12, 1888; Framingham high 
school, Dartmouth college, Harvard Law 
school Lawyer. Royal Arcanum, Ancient 
Order United Workmen, Framingham 
board of trade. House 1915, legal affairs, 
bills in 3d reading. 

1916, judiciary. 



2.35 




MAHONEY, JOHN P., 4th Suffolk, 
Dem., Boston. Born Cardiff, Wales, May 
26, 1888. Harvard Grammar school Char- 
lestown; English High, Charlestown Eng- 
lish high. Expert stenographer; teacher 
stenography Boston evening high schools. 
"Ward 5 Democratic club, Bunker Hill 
council, K. of C, St. Mary's Holy Name 
club. House 1915, education. 

1916, water supply. 



236 




MAKEPEACE, LLOYD, 23rd Middle- 
sex, Maiden., Rep. Born Birmingham, 
March 5, 1876; Birmingham schools. Law- 
yer, admitted to bar 1897. Board of al- 
dermen, chairman finance committee, Ward 
committee. Maiden club, Kernwood club, 
Converse Lodge, Tabernacle Chapter. Di- 
rector Co-operative Bank. 

1916, metropolitan affairs. 



237 




MALONE, MICHAEL P., 15th Worces- 
ter, Dem., Worcester. Born Ireland, 1879. 
Public schools. Worcester common coun- 
cil (2 years), board of aldermen (2 years). 
Jewelry salesman. House 1915, water sup- 
ply- 

1916, municipal finance. 



238 




MANCOVITZ, DAVID, 8th Suffolk, 
Democrat, Boston. Born Poland; public 
schools, Boston University Law school. 
Attorney at law. Common council 1903- 
1904-1905. Hendricks Club, K. P. Hep- 
tasophs, Hebrew Immigrant Aid Assoc, 
Federation of Hebrew Charities. House 
ipoS-'oQ-'io, committees on taxation, legal 
affairs, elections. 

1916, metropolitan affairs. 



239 




MANNING, FRANK A,, nth Plymouth, 
-Dem., Brockton. Born Brockton, June 25, 
1889; public schools. Shoe worker. Com- 
mon council 1911-1912-1913. Jeflferson club, 
Aerie 617, Fraternal Order of Eagles. 
House 1914-1915. Committees on harbors 
and public lands, street railways. 

1916, street railways. 



240 




MARCELLA, FELIX A., 6th Suffolk, 
Dem. Boston. Born Boston Aug. 19, 
1887. Boston University. Lawyer. House 
191 5 legal affairs. 

1916, education. 



241 




MARTIN, ROBERT B., 3d Norfolk, 
Rep., Ward 26, Boston, Born East Ded- 
ham, 1862; Avery school. Provision dealer. 
Member of last board of selectmen of Hyde 
Park. Member and vice-pres. of the Hyde 
Park Business Men's assoc, also honorary 
member of the Order of Scottish Clans. 

1916, municipal finance. 



242 




MAYBURY, J. EDWIN, loth Plymouth, 
Rep., Brockton. Born South Braintree 
March, 1879; public school. Electrician, 
Two years councilman, 1911-1912, 2 years 
alderman 1913-1914. House 1915, cities. 
Ward committee (ch.), Ward i.. Knights 
Pythias, Eagles, Owls, New England Order 
Protection, Y. M. C. A. Hancock Firemen's 
assoc. 

19165 cities. 



243 




McAllister, john henry, 7th 

Berkshire, Dem., Lee. Born Aug. lo, 1869; 
public schools, Chicago Veterinary col- 
lege. Veterinary surgeon. Mason. Grange. 
House 1915, public health. 
1916, public service, towns. 



244 




Mccarty, peter F., 20th Suffolk, 
Dem., Boston. Born Boston, Oct. 13th 
1884; Dorchester high school, Dartmouth 
college (A. B.) 1908, Harvard Law school 
(LL. B), 1911. Lawyer. 

1916, third reading, legal affairs. 



245 




McGRATH, JOSEPH, 20th Suffolk, 
Dem., Boston, Dec. 20, 1890; Edward Ev- 
erett school Dorchester high school Real 
estate broker. Ward committee, ward 20, 
I9i3-'i4-'i5. House 1915, counties. Ward 20 
Democratic club, M. C. O. F., Dorchester 
Real Estate Brokers assoc. 

1916, railroads. 



246 




McINERNEY, TAMES H., 19th Suffolk, 
Dem.. Boston. Born Ireland, Dec. 13, 1871; 
K. C, Russell and Mitchell clubs. Common 
council 1899-1900. Chairman Ward 19 
Democratic committee 1 902- 1903- 1904- 1908- 
1910-1911. House 1901-1902-1903-11911- 

I9i2-'i4. Committees on public service, par- 
ishes, and religious societies, libraries, wa- 
ter supply, constitutional amendments,, mil- 
itary affairs, public lighting, railroads. 

1916, metropolitan affairs. 
247 




McKENZIE, FREDERICK WILLIAM 
loth Hampden, Rep., Holyoke. Born Hol- 
yoke, Oct. 14, 1879; public schools. Textile 
worker. Holyoke Order of Moose, 453. 
House 191 5, harbors and public lands. 

IQ16, public lighting-. 



248 




M'NAMEE, MICHAEL J., 4th Suffolk, 
Dem., Boston. Born Boston, Jan. 26, 1889. 
Salesman. House 1915, public lighting. 

1916, public lighting. 



249 




McNULTY, CHARLES J., 4th Suffolk, 
Dem., Charlestown; Born Charlestown 
Nov. 17, 1885; Boston English high, B. U. 
Law school, 1907. Admitted to bar 1908, 
•engaged since in the practise of law, first 
in the office of Judge Keating of Superior 
court. Charlestown Literary Union, Fr. 
Matthews Total Abstinance soc. Bunker 
Hill Council K. of C. 

1916, public service. 



250 




MILDRAM, SAMUEL H., 24th Suffolk, 
Rep.-Prog., Boston. Born Arlington, Dec. 4, 
1867; public schools. Special agent. Com- 
mon council 3 years. House 1 907- 1908- 1909- 
1910-1915. Committees on taxation (ch.), 
banks and banking. Colonial club, Dorches- 
ter Gentlemen's Driving club. 

1916, banks and banking, taxation. 



251 




MITCHELL, JOHN, 4th Hampden, 
Rep., Springfield. Born there Sept. 4 
1877; public schools. Flour, hay and grain 
dealer. M. C. O. F., Moose, Camp Winch 
club. House 1912-1913-1914-1915. Commit- 
tees on fisheries and game public institu- 
tions, railroads, social welfare, elections. 

1916, electioins, railroads. 



252 




MONAHAN JOHN L., 15th Suffolk, 
Dem., Boston. Born Boston, Nov. 7, 1883; 
public schools, Boston University Law 
school. Lawyer; station masters' depart- 
ment Boston Terminal company (South 
station) 8 years. Ward 15 democratic com- 
mittee (i year), delegate various state and 
county conventions. Knights of Colum- 
bus, Ancient Orcjer of Hibernians. House 
1915, legal affairs. 

1916, constitutional amendments. 
253 




MONK, WESLEY E., 30th Middlesex, 
Rep., Watertown. Born Stoughton, Aug. 
31, 1874. Brockton High school, Brown 
university (A. B.) 1896; Harvard Law 
school (L. L. B.) 1899. Lawyer, practicing 
in Boston and Watertown. Republican 
town committee (chairman several years); 
board of selectmen 1912-1913-1914 (chair- 
man 1913-1914. House 1915, legal affairs 
(clerk). 

1916, legal affairs (ch.). 
254 




MOORE, ALFRED J., 226. Suffolk, Dem.. 
Rep., Boston. Born Boston, Aug. 2, 1889. 
Lowell grammar, English High school. 
Leader of Moore's Band and Orchestra, 
Boston Musicians' Protective association, 
Jamaica Plain Council, K. of C, Unique 
lodge N. E. O. P., L O. R. M., St. Alphon- 
sus association. Prospect and Caribou clubs. 
House 1915, roads and bridges. 

1916, cities. 



255 




MORRILL, CHARLES H., 4th Essex, 
Soc, Haverhill. Born there Oct. 6, 1874; 
public schools. Shoemaker, directory 
work, collector, Men's club of First Uni- 
versalist church. Socialist state committee, 
assistant assessor 1902 to 1909. House 1910- 
1911-1912-1913-1914-1915. Committees on 
taxation, education, social welfare. 

1916, labor. 



256 




MORRILL, DAXTEL T., 5th Worcester,, 
Dem., Southbridge. Born Worcester, Nov. 
22, 1876; Southbridge Elementary and St. 
]\Iary's of Southbridge. Dealer in marble 
and granite for eighteen years. Democra- 
tic town committee 10 years, library com- 
mittee II years, chairman overseer of poor 
5 j'-ears, town finance comm.ittee 5 years, 
board of trade, pres. St. Mary's C. T. A., 
'fourth degree K. of C, A. O. H., L. O. O. 
M. T9t6, federal relations. 

257 




MORRIS, EDWARD G., 15th Suffolk, 
Dem., Boston. Born Boston; public 
schools. Brokerage business. Douglas 
■club of Ward 13, St. Augustine Lyceum, 
Gustin Social club, Heptasophs Ward 13 
■democratic committee, 1903, 1903, 1905 
(sec. two years); Ward 15 committee 1911, 
1912; St. Augustine's Court M. C. O. F., 
and Madison Social club. House 191S, 
banks and banking. 

1916, banks and banking. 
258 




MORRISON, JAMES, 28th Middlesex, 
Rep., Medford. Born Ire. and, Feb, 17, 
1857; National school. Real estate and in- 
surance. Member of Ward committee; 
chairman of Ward Committee; treasurer of 
ward committee; treasurer of ward and 
city committee. Medford board of trade,, 
president South Medford Republican club. 

1916, insurance. 



259 




MULVENY, FRANK, nth Bristol, Rep., 
Fall River. Born there June 14, 1886; pub- 
lic schools, Bristol County Law school 
'07. Boston University Law school (spec- 
ial). Lawyer. House 1911-1915. Commit- 
Lawyer. House 1911-1912-1913-1914-1915. 
Committees on leg^al afifairs, elections 
^clerk), taxation, public health, water sup- 
ply (ch.), railroads, joint special commit- 
tee on city charters, 1914. 

1916, judiciary, public health. 
260 




MURPHY, DENNIS A.. 15th Middlesex, 
Dem., Lowell. Born there Sept. 26, 1876; 
public and parochial school, Mt. St. 
Mary's (Emmetsbnrg-., Md.) college, A. B. 
1899, Catholic University, LL. B., 1902. 
Real estate and farming, principal Franklin 
evening school, several years. House 191 1- 
1913-1914-1915. Committees on public ser- 
vice (clerk), public health, public lighting, 
federal relations. 

1916, ways and means. 
261 




MURPHY, JOHN J., gth Hampden, 
Dem., Holyoke. Born Holyoke, March 26, 
1889; West and Rosary parochial school. 
Newspaper man. Has been connected for 
many years with amateur sports in the 
western section of the state. House I9i5» 
counties. 

1916, counties. 



263 




MURRAY, PATRICK h, Jr., i8th Suf- 
folk. Dem., Boston. Born there; public 
schools, Roxbury hvs^h Undertaker. Ward 
i8 Democratic club. M. C. O. F.. K. of C, 
A. O. H., A. O. U. W., Democratic ward 
committee. House 1913-1914-1915. Com- 
mittees on public lighting, railroads. 

1916, railroads. 



263 




MURRAY, WILLIAM A., 9th Worces- 
ter, Dem:, Milforcl. Born Milford, June 17, 
1889; Milford high, 1907, Boston University- 
Law school loio. Law practice in Boston 
and Milford. Sec. of Finance committee 
of ]\Iilford 3 years. ]\Iilford lodge, B. P. 
O. Elks, K. of C, Aerie, F. O. E., Div 7 of 
Milford. A. O. H.. Milford board of trade, 
Post 22 G. A. R. assoc. 

T916, legal affairs. 



264 




KASH, KENNETH L., 7th Norfolk, 
Rep., Weymouth. Born South Weymouth, 
July 14, 1888; Brown University, Boston 
Universit}'. Lawyer. Theta Delta Chi. 
House 19T4-1915. Committees on public 
lighting, legal affairs, towns. 

1916, legal affairs, towns. 



26^ 




NEWHALl., ARTHUR X., 31st Middle- 
sex, Rep., Stoneliam. Born Appleton, Me., 
Sept. 26, 1873; pnlilic schools. Shoe stock 
manufacturer. Knights of Pythias, Red 
Men, Spanish War Veterans. ilousc 
1912-1913-1914-1915. Committees on drain- 
age, state house (clerk), military affairs 
(ch.), state house and libraries, municipal 
finance. 

1916, counties, military affairs (ch.). 



266 




NICKERSON, JOHN P., 2d Barnstable. 
Rep., West Harwich. Born in West Har- 
wich, Feb. 15th, 1876; public schools. 
Massachusetts Agricultural college (class 
'8q), Tufts Medical school. Physician. 
Mt. Horeb lodge, A. F. & A. M., Sylvester 
Baxter Royal Arch chapter, Barnstable 
(vice pres.), American Medical association, 
Chase Library association (vice pres.). 
House 1915, public health. 
T916. pubJc health. 
267 




NORWOOD, FRANCIS, 20th Essex, 
Rep., Born Rockport. Jan. 10. 1841; public 
5chools. Retired shoe manufacturer. Sen- 
ate 1881-1882. Repub.ican club, I. O. O. R, 
Beverly board of trade, trustee Beverly- 
Savings Bank. House T915, education. 

1916, federal relations, municipal finance. 



268 




XUTTIXG, EDWARD H., nth Wor- 
cester, Rep.. Leominster. Rorn there July 
6, 1869; public schools. Baking business 
12 yrs., lunch and catering business. Leom- 
inster . club, board of trade, Odd Fellows, 
Red Men, Knight of Pythias, Elks. Se- 
lectman 1908-1900-1910-1911-1912 (ch. 1909- 
1910.) House 1913-1915. Comm'ttees, wa- 
ter supply, public institutions. 

igi6, harbor and public lands. 



269 




OAKHEM, JOSEPH A., T7th Suffolk, 
Dem., Boston. Born Roxbury, Jan. 5, 1882. 
Hugh O'Brien Grammar school (1898). 
Produce merchant. Democratic, state com- 
mittee 1914. Division 39, A. O. H. House 
1915, state house and libraries. 

1916, municipal finances. 



270 




O'BRIEN, JOHN JOSEPH, 26th Suf- 
folk, Dem., Chelsea. Born Che'sea, Aug. 
lOth 1915; grammar schcol. Boston college 
high and college, Georgetown University 
Law school. Chelsea lodge of Elks. 

1916, insurance. 



27 r 






O'CONNELL, JOHN JOSEPH, i6th 
Middlesex, Dem., Lowell. Born Ireland, 
Feb. 7; public schools Ireland. Undertak- 
er for 15 years; common council in Lowell 
in 1903-1904. Eagles, Elks, Div. 2, A. O. 
H. Celtic assoc, W. S. Bunting club, For- 
esters, F. O. A. 

1916, state house and libraries. 



2^2 




ODLIN. JA^IES E., 14th Essex, Rep., 
Lynn. Born Laconia, N. H., April 9, 1857. 
Lawyer. House 1900-1901. Committees, 
judiciary, constitutional amenamenits. 

1916, mercantile affairs. 



^7?> 



L. 




O'DOWD, JAMES T., 8th Essex., Dem., 
Lawrence, Born Manchester, N. H., Oct. 
20, 1877. Plumber. Knights of Columbus, 
Knights of Equity, St. Patrick's court 735, 
C. O. F., financial secretary. House iQiSf 
public health. 

1916, public health. 



274 



1 




OGDEN, AMBROSE R, loth Bristol, 
Dem., Fall River. Born Fall River, Sept. 
7, 1871; public schools. Fall' River board of 
aldermen, 1907-1912. Aerie 570, F. O. E.; 
Court Benevolence, F. of A. House 1914- 
191 5. Committees on water supply, mili- 
tary afiFairs. 

1916, roads and bridges. 



275 




OSBORNE, JOHN N., i6 Essex, Rep., 
Marblehead. Born Alarblehead, Jan. 28,. 
1853. Shoe manufacturer. Board of se- 
lectmen (4 yrs., ch. 2 yrs.). I. O. R, M. 
House 1914-1915. Committees on public 
service, towns. 

1916, e.ections, towns (ch.). 



276 




OSGOOD, GEORGE E, loth Middlesex, 
Rep. Hudson. Born Boston, April 27, 
1855; Hudson high school. Shoe shop at 
14 years of age. Grover and farmer 18 
yrs. Finance committee of town 2 years, 
selectman 4 years. 

1916, agriculture. 



277 




PARADIS, PETER C, 8th Worcester, 
Rep., Alillbury. Born St. Guillaume d'Up- 
ton, P. Q., Jan. 6, 1864. Schools in Can- 
ada, night schools in Blackstone and Bal- 
tic, Conn. Clerk 9 yrs.) in Baltic, Conn.; 
business in Millbury (34 years). Repub- 
lican town committee (10 yrs.), selectman 
(4 years), chairman 3 years and at present. 
House, 1914, water supply. 

1916, state hous€ and libraries, towns. 



2^^ 




PARKER, JOHN H., 9th Middlesex, 
Dem., Marlboro. Born Manchester, N. H., 
Aug. 2^, 1859. Shoeworker, street railway 
conductor. Common council 1893-1894 
and 1901 (pres. 1893-1894); board of alder- 
men 1893, special committee to revise city 
charter 1894. House 1915, fisheries and 
game. 

1916, fisheries and game. 



270 




PARKER. WARD MAYHEW, 8th Bris- 
tol, Rep., New Bedford. Born July 19, 1891; 
New Bedford public schools and Milon 
academy. Merchant. City council 1915. Elks, 
Dartmouth club, Merchants club, N. B. 
Power Boat club and Lenox club. 

1916. mercantile aflFairs. 



280 




PEPIN, CHAUNCY, i8th Essex, Rep., 
Salem. Born Quidneck, R. I., March 5, 
1869; Salem public schools. Watchmaker 
and musician. St. Jean Baptiste Fraternal 
assoc, Lynn Musicians' assoc, Union Can- 
adian, Klondike, French Naturalization 
clubs, Moose, Elks. Common council 1900- 
1901-1902. House [912-1913-1914-1915- 

Committees on water supply, mercantile 
affairs, railroads. 

1916, elections (ch.), railroads. 

281 




PERRIN, HAROLD L., nth Norfolk, 
Rep., Wellesley. Born Wellesley Hills, 
Dec. 22, i88q; Boston University, A. B., 
1910; A. M., 1911; LL B., 1912; LL. M., 
1913; Ph D., T913; also studied at Harvard 
•college. Practising law since 1912. In- 
structor in law and economics at B. U. 
College of Business Administration since 
1912. Member Republican town commit- 
tee for last three years. Member Masons. 

1916, engrossed bills, legal affairs. 
282 




PERRY, EDWARD ROWLAND, Nan- 
tucket, Rep. Born Boston, Aug. 8, 1866; 
public schools. Fore River Shipbuilding 
Co., Quincy (8 3'^ears). Selectman, 
school committee and assessor. I. O. O. 
P., Knights of Pythias, Improved Order 
of Red Men. House 1914-1915. Committees 
on public service, social welfare, taxation. 

1916, taxation. 



283 




PERRY. JOSEPH C, ist Franklin, 
Rep., Shelburne Falls. Born Ferrisburg, 
Vt., May I, 1856; public schools, Franklin 
academy. Dentist. Masons. Odd Fel- 
lows (past officer in both orders). House 
1915, social welfare. 

1916, counties social welfare. 



284 




PERRY, JOSEPH H., 26th Middlesex, 
Rep., Somerville. Born Livermore Falls, 
Me., May 4, 1869; PubPic schools. Treas- 
urer and general manager Cambridge 
Paper Box Co., proprietor Perry Print 
Shop. Republican city committee 6 yrs., 
alderman i yr., alderman-at-large, 2 yrs. 
Mason, Shriner. House 1915, public insti- 
tutions. 

1916, mercantile affairs. 



28s 




PHELAN, JAMES E., 2y\ Siiffo k, Dem. 
Boston. Born Boston, Oct. 21, 1884; Ag- 
gasiz school, Central Evening High school. 
Florist and gardener. Cleveland club, Mt. 
Hope Citizens' association, Germantown 
Improvement association. Cemetery Em- 
ployees' union. House 1914-1915. Commit' 
tees on election laws, mercantile affairs. 

1916, mercantile affairs. 



286 




PIERCE, FREDERICK E 2nd Franklin, 
Rep., Greenfield, Mass. Born Glenwood, 
Iowa, May 5, 1862; high school. Postmas- 
ter 20 years. Pres. Street Ry. Co. 20 years. 
Thirty-second Mason York and Scottish 
degrees, Shriner, Officers club, Elks, 
Grange, Spanish War Veteran, Mil. and 
Anv. S.-A. War, M. V. M. 

1916, military affairs. 



287 




POTTER, JAMES TRACY, ist Berk- 
shire, Rep., North Adams. Born Benning- 
ton, Vt., Jan. 26, 1870; Bennington high 
school, Drury high, North Adams; Phillips 
Andover 1890; Yale 1894. School board 
1908-19TO, city council 1913-1914-1915. Re- 
publican city committee (ch. 3 yrs.). Cap- 
tain Co. M., 2d Infantry, M. V. M. House 
1015, military affairs. 

T916, third reading, military affairs. 



288 




PRESCOTT, FRANCIS, Sth Worcester,. 
Rep., Grafton. Born Newton, Mass., Dec. 
28, 1877; Harvard .01. Banking and manu- 
facturing; now a farmer. Chairman Graf- 
ton board of selectmen. Republican, Mass- 
achusetts, Exchange, University and Har-^ 

1916, raih-oads. 



.89 




QUIRY, ALBERT T., 21st Worcester, 
Rep., Worcester. Born Spencer, 1872; 
public schools. Contracting decorator and 
general repairs. Republican city commit- 
tee (2 years). House 1915, municipal fin- 
ance. 

1916, pay roll (ch.), counties. 



290 




RAYMOND, FRANK E., 24th Essex, 
Rep., Essex. Born Essex, April 4, 1882; 
Essex high school, Boston University Law 
school. Lawyer since 1907, the year ad- 
mitted to the bar. Town moderator at 
Essex 10 years, chairman board of asses- 
sors, Essex, chairman Republican Town 
committee, associate justice third district 
court of Essex. 

1916, fisheries and game. 



291 




RENNE, WIL,LTAM C, 6th Berkshire, 
Rep., Pittsfield. Born Pittsfield, May 29, 
1855; military academy, Claverack, N, Y., 
Syracuse university. Real estate; formerly 
shoe manufacturer. Mason, Knights Temp- 
lar and Shriner; Park club, board of trade. 
House, 1915, insurance, I'.abor. 

1916, labor, taxation. 



J92 




RICHARDS GEORGE LOUIS 23rd 
Midd.esex, Rep., Maiden. Born Maiden, 
Dec. 14. 1858; Maiden secondary and high 
schools: also private tutor. With the Bos- 
ton Rubber Shoe Co., from boyhood. 
Manufacturer special machinery; four years 
in common council, two years as president; 
member school board six years; two years 
as mayor. Middlesex club. 

1916, social welfare. 



293 




ROWLEY, CHARLES FREEMAN, 2d 
Norfolk, Rep., Brookline. Born Titusville, 
Penn., Aug. 3, 1882; Brookline high, Har- 
vard college (A. B. 1905), Harvard Law 
school (LL. B. TOO/). Brookline republi- 
can town committee (2 3'ears). Harvard 
clul) of Boston. Hou^e 1915, metropolitan 
affairs. 

T916, rules, taxation. 



294 




RUGGLES. LOUIS HOOKER, 4th 

Worcester, Rep.. Hardwick. Born Hard- 
wick, Nov. 17th 1866; public schools ot 
Hardwick and Foster's Business college of 
Worcester. Agriculture, dairying and market 
gardening, having combined lumbering op- 
erations for the past 17 years. Held various 
town offices and, 15 years on Republican 
Town committee, 
1916. towns. 



295 




RUNNELLS, WILLIAM F., 26th Es- 
sex. Rep., Newburyport. Born Searsport, 
Me., Feb. 18, 1865; high school. Treas. and 
general manager foundry ana machine com- 
pany (Albert Russell & Sons Co.). Chair- 
man Rep. City committee 6 years, New- 
buryport city council 1912 and pres. 1913- 
1914. Pres. Newburyport board of alder- 
men 1915. Newburyport water commission. 

1916. public service. 



296 




RUSSELL, G. OSCAR, 14th Worcester, 
Rep., Worcester. Born Sweden, Dec. 17, 
1876; public schools. Real estate and in- 
surance. Worcester city council (4 yrs.). 
House 1915, social welfare, 
1916, roads and bridges. 



397 




RYAN, JOHN D., nth Hampden, Dem., 
Rep., Holyoke. Born Springfield, July 30, 
1868. Publisher. House 1914-1915, muni- 
cipal finance, public service. 

1916, public institutions. 



298 




SANDBERG. EDWARD JULIUS, 6th 
Norfolk, Rep., Quincy. Born Helsingboro, 
Sweden. Public schools of Sweden. Con- 
tractor (25 years). Ward and city com- 
mittee (22 years), councilman-at-large 
191Q-1911-1912-1913 Former president Sca'n- 
dia Granite company; director 10 years. 
House 1 906- 1 907- 19 1 4. Committee on har- 
bors and public lands. 1915, harbors and 
public lands (ch.). 

1916, harbor and public lands. 
299 




SAUNDERS, JOSEPH A. 12th Middle- 
sex, Rep., Pepperell. Born Pepperell, Dec. 
3, iS62;public schools, Pepperell High, 
Lawrence academy, Groton. Newspaper- 
man and merchant. Republican town com- 
mittee (15 years). Mason, Odd Fellow, 
Middlesex club. Suburban Press associa- 
tion. Pepperell Country club. House I9i5> 
pay roll, counties. 

1916, public service. 



300 




SAWYER, ROLAND D., 4th Hamp- 
shire, Dem., Ware. Born Kensington, N- 
H., Jan. 8, 1874; public schools; Exeter 
high, Boston University, theological school. 
Pastor First Congregational Chiirch, Ware* 
Delegate New Hampshire populist conven- 
tion, 1894, delegate Massachusetts Demo- 
cratic convention, 1903-1904. House 1914- 
1915. Committees on education, election 
laws. 

1916, election laws. 

301 




SCHLAPP, FREDERICK W., 5th Es- 
sex, Dem., Lawrence. Born Frankfort, 
Germany, July 23, 1882; public schools 
Lawrence and Lawrence Commercial 
school. Tobacco and cigar merchant. 
House 1911-1912-1913. Committee on pub- 
lic institutions (3 years) (clerk 2 years). 
Democratic City committee. 

1916, public health. 



302 




SEAGRAVE, C. BURNSIDE, 3d Mid- 
dlesex, Rep.-Prog., Cambridge. Born Ux- 
bridge Aug. 3, 1862; public schools. Editor 
and publisher Cambridge Chronicle. Ma- 
sons, Red Men, Royal Arcanum, Knights of 
Pythias, Sons of Veterans, Middlesex 
Sportsman's assoc. Third Universalist 
church, director No. Cambridge Co-opera- 
tive Bank. House 1912-1915. Committees 
on fisheries and game, metropolitan affairs. 

1916, metropolitan affairs. 
303 




SEARING C. EDGAR, 8th Berkshire, 
Rep., Stockbridge. Born Stockbridge, Feb. 
2^, 1878; Stockbridge high school and 
Williams academy. Undertaker in business 
15 years. Assessor Stockbridge 7 years. 
Past master Occidental lodge, F. & A. M., 
past grand regent Royal Arcanum of Mass., 
member Stockbridge Grange 295. 

1916, ways and means. 



304 




SHERBURNE, JOHN H., 2d Norfolk. 
Rep., Brookline. Born Boston, Jan. 29, 
1877. Hopkinson's school, Harvard col- 
lege 1899, Harvard Law school 1901. Law- 
yer. Major ist Bat. Field Artillery, M. V. 
M. Harvard club. House 1912-1913- 
i9i4-'iS. Committees on metropolitan affairs, 
constitutional amendments (ch. 1913) state 
house, election laws (ch.), rules,. 

1916, metropolitan affairs (ch.). 



305 




SHERRY, MICHAEL J., nth Essex, 
Dem., Peabody. Born Peabody, Oct. 2, 
1887. Shoe stock business. House 1915, 
insurance. 

1916, insurance. 



306 




SILVERMAN, SAMUEL, gth Suffolk, 
Dem., Boston. Born Boston, May 7> 1892; 
graduate Quincy grammar school, Boston 
Latin school, Boston University Law 
school, with LL. B. Member of Massa- 
chusetts bar and practising attorney Dele- 
gate state convention from ward 4 in 1914. 
Member of Pi Sigma Alpha fraternity, dv- 
rector of Hale House Settlement. 

1916 engrossed bills, constitutional am- 
endments. 

307 




SINNOTT. ALLSTON M., 8th Ply- 
mouth, Rep., Bridgewater. Born Duxbury, 
Aug. I, 1863. Public school Duxbury. 
School of Drawing and Painting, Boston 
Art Museum. Interior decorations. Has 
been ranch owner and salesman for New 
York commission house. House 1915, pub- 
lic institutions. 

1916, public lighting. 



308 




SMITH, FITZ-HENRY, JR., nth Suf- 
folk, Rep., Boston. Born Boston, Nov. 20, 
1873; Prince grammar school, English high, 
Harvard college, Harvard Law school. 
Lav^yer. Ward 11 Republican committee, 
Republican club of Massachusetts, Massa- 
chusetts club, committee on commerce. 
House 1914-1915. Committees on metro- 
politan affairs, rules, constitutional amend- 
ments (ch.). 

1916, rules, constitutional amendments 

(ch.). 309 




SMITH, JEROME S., 3rd Barnstable, 
Rep., Provincetown. Born there Nov. 19, 
1850; public schools. Dairy business; for- 
merly engaged in beef business and fol- 
lowed sea for 5 years. Masons, Odd Fel- 
lows. House 1912-1913-1914-1915- Com- 
mittees on labor, fisheries and game (ch.), 
towns, constitutional amendments. 

1916, constitutional amendments, fisheries 
and game (ch.). 



310 




SOUTHER, WILLIAM O., JR., 3d Ply- 
mouth, Ind. Dem., Cohasset. Born Co- 
hasset, Feb. 8, 1890; pubiic schools. Ma- 
son and builder, Boston. I. O. O. F., se- 
lectman, assessor of Cohasset 1910-1911- 
1912-1914-1915. House 1914-1915. Commit- 
tees, constitutional amendments, harbors 
and public lands. 

1916, taxation. 



311 




STONE, JOSEPH EAYETTE, 4th Nor- 
folk, Rep., Canton. Born Prescott, Feb. 8, 
1858: public schools, New Salem academy. 
Building contractor (25 years). School 
committee (3 years), town committee (15 
years, ch. 5 years), assessors. Norfolk 
County club. Blue Hill loage, A- F. & 
A. M. (treas and past master). House 
1914-1915. Committees on taxation, labor. 

1916. constitutional amendments, taxa- 
tion. 

312 




STREETER, MERRILL E., 7th Hamp- 
den, Rep., Springfield. Born Wilbraham, 
Aug. 2, 1850; public schools, Wilbraham 
academy. Cement construction. Rep. city 
committee (3 years), common council (1 
year), alderman (2 years). House 1913- 
1914-1915. Committees on fisheries and 
game, federal relations. 

1916, fisheries and game. 



3 1 3 




SULLIVAN, DENIS J., Dem, 19th Es- 
sex, Salem. Born Peabody, July 24, 1889. 
Salem High school. Salesman. Knights 
of Columbus. House 1915, education. 

1916, harbors and public fends. 



314 




SULLIVAN, WILLIAM H., 19th Suf- 
folk, Dem., Boston. Born Stoneham; pub- 
lic schools, Boston College and Boston un- 
iversity law school. Lawyer. Elks, Cath- 
olic Union, St. Alphonsus assoc. Selected 
by democrats as candidate for speaker and 
leader for 1916. House 1912-1915. Com- 
mittees on drainage, judiciary. 

1916, rules, judiciary. 



315 




SWIG, SIMON, 2ist Suffolk, Rep., Bos- 
ton. Born Russia, May 15, 1865; Boston 
schools. First vice-pres of Tremont Trust. 
Alderman 1901-1902-1903-1904-1907-1911. 

House from Taunton, 1905-1906. Chairman 
of Board of Taunton City committee for 10 
years also treas. of same for 4 years. 
Trustee for the Hospitals for Coinsumptives 
of the state. 

1916, banks and banking, public htalth. 



316 




TOLMAN, JAMES E., 22d Essex, Rep., 
Gloucester. Born Gloucester; public 
schools, Boston University law school 1909. 
Lawyer. Common council 3 yrs. (pres. 2 
yrs); mayor 1903-190^.. House 1909-1914, 
committee on public lighting (clerk), le- 
gal affairs. Senate 1910-1911; committees 
on bills in 3d reading (ch.), legal affairs, 
(ch., mercantile affairs, constitutional am- 
endments, public lighting (ch.). 1915, pub- 
lic lighting (ch.). 

1916, legal affairs, public lighting (ch.). 
317 




TYLER, ALBERT MASON, loth Wor- 
cester, Rep., West Boylston, Mass. Born 
West Brookfield, Mass.. Oct. i8, 1858; 
graduate of Philips Andover and Univer- 
sity of Michigan. Physician. Member school 
board 3 years, board of health 10 years, 
inspector of milk 5 yrs., inspector of meats 
and provisions five years, chairman board 
of selectmen. 

1916, social welfare. 

318 




WALL, GEORGE J., i6th Suffolk, Dem., 
Boston. Born Boston, June ii, 1889; 
Charles Sumner school, Boston Latin, Bos- 
ton college. Formerly reporter on Boston 
dailies, now adv. mgr. weekly newspaper. 
Ward 16 Democratic committee. New 
England Order of Protection, Home Bene- 
fit Association, Harvest Lodge. House 1914- 
1915. Committees on public institutions, 
mercantile affairs. 

1916, education, taxation. 



319 




WARE, ROBERT J., 14th Suffolk Dem., 
Boston. Born Boston; grammar school. 
Treasurer Howard theatre. Boston com- 
mon council 1902-1903. House 1905. South 
Boston Council K. of C, Peninsular lodge 
Loyal Order of Moose, Div. 70 Ancient 
Order of Hibernians, South Boston Citi- 
zens' assoc. 

1916, banks and banking. 



320 




WARNER, JOSEPH E., 4th Bristol, 
Rep., Taunton. Born there, May 16,1884; 
public £-chools, Harvard 1906. Lawyer. 
City Council 1907-191 1. House 1913-1914- 
1915, ways and means. 

1916, ways and means (ch.). 



32J 




WATERMAN, GEORGE B., 4th Berk- 
shire, Rep., Williamstown. Born Williams- 
town, July 10, 1862. Public schools, Glen 
seminary. Clerk and agent T. W. Rich- 
mond and National Express Cos.; eighteen 
years coal and lumber business. Chairman 
board of selectmen (2 years). House 1895- 
1915, Committees on citieis, roads and 
bridges. 

1916, insurance, roads and bridges. 



322 




WEEKS, WILLIAM E., 24th Middle- 
sex, Rep., Everett. Born Portland, Me., 
June 23, 1880. House 1 905- 1906- 1907- 1908- 
1909. Committees, 3d reading, roads and 
bridges, legal affairs (ch.), education, street 
railways (ch,). recess committee to revise 
labor laws (spec), rules. Attorney at law, 

1916, judiciary. 



323 




WESTON, THOMAS, JR., 4th Middle- 
sex, Rep., Newton. Born Newton, Aug. 12, 
1875. Newton High, Harvard college 1895, 
Harvard Law school 1899. Lawyer. Board 
of aldermen 1904-1909; pres. 1908 and 1909 
Massachusetts club, Middlesex club, Har- 
vard club of Boston, Twentieth Century 
club, Masons. House 1915, legal affairs. 

1916 constitutional amendments, metro- 
politan affa'r=;. 



3^4 




WHITE, HARTLEY L., 8th Norfolk, 
Rep., Braintree. Born Holbrook. Massa- 
chusetts Institute of Technology. Civil 
engineer. Town engineer Braintree (20 
years.) Repnblican town committee. Bos- 
ton Society of Civil Engineers, Rual lodge, 
A. F. & A. M., Quincy. House 1915, water 
supply. 

1916, counties, water supply. 



325 




WHITMAN, ALBERT LOUIS, 5th Nor- 
folk, Rep., Quincy. Born Boston. 
English high school Wholesale and retail 
merchant. Mason, Shriner, Boston Com., 
Boston Council, St. Andrew Chapter, I. O. 
O. F., Quincy board of trade. 

1916, public service. 



326 




WHITNEY, EDGAR H., 27th Suffolk, 
Rep., Winthrop. Born Dublin, N. H.; pub- 
lic and private school. Merchant. House 
i9o8-'i5. Committees on roads and bridges, 
public health. Masons, Odd Fellows, Win- 
throp Yacht club, Boston Athletic assoc. 
1916, mercantile affairs. 



327 




WHITNEY, GEORGE A.. loth Worces- 
ter, Rep., CHnton. Born Pern, Vt., March 
10, 1854; public schools of Rindge, N. H. 
Teacher and caterer. House I9i5- Com- 
mittee on insurance. Trinity lodge Ma- 
sons, Clinton Royal Arch Chapter, Clin- 
ton lodge Odd Fellows, chamber of- com- 
merce, Lambsdec club, W^orcester East Ag- 
ricultural soc. Clinton Historical soc. 

1916, labor, towns. 

328 




WILLIAMS, WATERMAN LESTER, 
3d Worcester, Rep., Holden. Born Holden 
Aug 10, 1867; Amherst college, 1891; Har. 
vard Law school 1895. Practised law in 
Boston 1895-1913; in Holden since 1913. 
House 1908. Committee on taxation. Bos- 
ton Bar assoc. 

1916, agriculture. 



329 




WILSON, ALVTN R., 3rd Hampshire, 
Rep., South Hadley. Born Health, Feb. 
2, 1855; Mass. State college. Farming and 
general business. Selectman, assessor, 
school .committee, electric light commis- 
sioner of South Hadley, water commission- 
er of fire district No. 2, South Hadley. 

1916, water supply. 



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WILSON, HERBERT A., 25th Suffolk, 
Rep., Boston. Born there Nov. 27, 1870; 
public schools. Engineer; formerly in en- 
gineering department city of Boston for 22 
years. Ward 25 Republican club, Mass. 
Republican club. Boston Terminal Com- 
mission special 1915. House 1913-1914- 
1915. Committees on metropolitan affairs, 
education, banks and banking (ch.). 

1916, banks and banking (ch.), metropoli- 
tan affairs. 

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WOLFE, WALTER E., 6th Worces- 
ter, Dem., Auburn. Born Belmont, May 
6, 1879; public schools. Market gardener. 
House 1915, agriculture. Worcester Cham- 
ber of Commerce. 

1916, agriculture. 



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WOOD, ISAAC U., 9th Bristol, Rep., 
Fall River. Born Fall River, R. I. (now 
Fall River, Mass.,), June i8, 1861 (state 
line changed 1862); Fall River schools, 
dry goods business. Masons, Azob Groto, 
Knights of Pythias, honorary member Sons 
of St. George, Cromwell lodge. 

1916, public lighting. 



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WOODHEAD, WILLIAM H., 2nd 
Berkshire, Rep., N. Adams. Born Schenecta- 
dy, N. Y., Sept. 17, i860; Boston University- 
Law school. Lawyer. House 1904-1905- 
1906, committees on probate and chancery, 
judiciary. 

1916, judiciary 



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WOODILL, HARRY C, 22d Middlesex, 
Rep., Melrose. Born Halifax, N. S., June 
i6, 1872 Public schools, business college. 
Railroad salesman. Republican city com- 
mittee, board of registrars (8 years, ch. 6 
years), board of aldermen (1913-1914). 
Tally clerk republicam national conven- 
tion, Chicago, 1912. House 1915, cities. 

1916, cities. 



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WORRALL, GEORGE M., ist Bristol, 
Rep., Attleboro. Born Marshfield, Dec. it, 
1869. Public schools of Pawtucket, R. I.. 
East Greenwi'ch academy. Real estate and 
insurance House T913-1914-1915. Com- 
mittees on street railways, election laws, 
state house and libraries. 

1916, street railways (ch.). 



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YOUNG, BENJAMIN LORING, 13th 
Middlesex, Rep., Weston. Born Weston, 
Nov. 7, 1885; Harvard college 1907, Har- 
vard Lav^'- school 191 1. Lawyer. Selectman 
of Weston, igio to date, Board of Parole 
for State Prison and Massachusetts Refor- 
matory 1913-1915. Republican club of 
Massachusetts, Bar assoc. 

1916, vv^a3^s and means. 



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WALDRON, REV. DANIEL W, Chap- 
lain of the house. Born Augusta, Me.^ 
Nov. II, 1840. Graduated from Bowdoin 
college in 1862 and from Andover Theolo- 
gical seminary in 1866. Elected chaplain 
of the house in 1879 and re-elected each 
year since then. 



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LEGISLATIVE COMMITTEES 



STANDING COMMITTEES OF 
THE SENATE. 



THE JUDICIARY. 

Cavanagh of Middlesex, Tufts of Middle- 
sex, Bates of Suffolk, Gordon of Hampden, 
Washburn of Worcester. 

WAYS AND MEANS. 

Bazeley of Worcester, Gordon of Hamp- 
den, Gifford of the Cape, Bean of Middle- 
sex, Sheehan of Hampden. 

ON BILLS IN THE THIRD READING. 

Knowles of Bristol, Beck of Suffolk, Mc- 
Laughlin of Suffolk. 

ENGROSSED BILLS. 

Parker of Suffolk, Bean of Middlesex, 
Chapman of Suffolk. 

ON RULES. 

The president, Hobbs of Worcester, 
Eldridge of Middlesex, Tufts of Middlesex, 
Timilty of Suffolk. 



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STANDING COMMITTEES OF 
THE HOUSE. 



ON RULES. 

The speaker. Bliss of Maiden, Jewett of 
Lowell, Kennard of Somerville, Chamber- 
lain of Springfield, Fitz-Hiigh Smith of Bos- 
ton, Collins of Amesbury, Butler of Law- 
rence, Rowley of Brookline, J. L. Donovan 
of Boston, W. H. Sullivan of Boston. 

WAYS AND MEANS. 

Warner of Taunton, Collins of Amesbury, 
Faxon of Fitchburg, Bitzer of Arlington 
Lyman of Easthampton, Babb of Boston, 
Young of Weston, Searing of Stockbridge, 
Murphy of Lowell, Barry of Rockland, Fitz- 
gerald of Boston. 

JUDICIARY. 

Kennard of Somerville, Bowser of Wake- 
field, Burr of Boston, Ball of Deerfield, 
Mulveny of Fall River, MacPherson of 
Framingham, Weeks of Everett, Woodhead 
of North Adams, W. H. Sullivan of Bos- 
ton, Brogna of Boston. 



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ELECTIONS. 

Pepin of Salem, James of Cambridge, 
Foster of Gloucester, Mitchell of Spring- 
field, Osborne of Marblehead, Wall of Bos- 
ton, Cummings of Boston. 

BILLS IN THE THIRD READING. 

Allen of Newton, Potter of North Adams, 
McCarty of Boston. 

ENGROSSED BILLS. 

Jarvis of Newton, Perrin of Wellesley, 
Silverman of Boston. 

THE PAY-ROLL. 

Quiry of Worcester, Coffey of Salem, 
Dowd of Worcester. 



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JOINT STANDING COMMIT 
TEES. 



AGRICULTURE. 

Senate — Cummings of Worcester and 
Hampden, Kimball of Middlesex, Mason of 
Norfolk. 

House — Chapman of Ludlow, Lamb of 
Templeton, Guild of Walpole, Williams of 
Holden, Holt of North Andover, Eames of 
Reading, Osgood of Hudson, Wolfe of Au- 
burn. 

BANKS AND BANKING. 

Senate — Fay of Middlesex, Cavanagh of 
Middlesex, Tetler of Essex. 

House — ^Wilson of Boston, Mildram of 
Boston, Gates of Orange, Swig of Boston, 
Fisher of HoUiston, Freeling of Fall River, 
Morris of Boston, Ware of Boston. 

CITIES. 

Senate — Bartlett of Berkshire, Fay of 
Middlesex, Tetler of Essex, Marchand of 
Middlesex. 

House — Bliss of Maiden, Cook of New 
Bedford, Lewis of Lowell, Woodill of Mel- 
rose, Maybury of Brockton, James of Cam- 



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bridge, Frotliingham of Lynn, Johnson of 
Worcester, Buckley of Chicopee, Giblin of 
Boston, Moore of Boston. 

CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS. 

Senate — Hull of Berkshire, Hampshire 
and Hampdon, Clark of Plymouth, Mc- 
Laughlin of Suffolk. 

House — Smith of Boston, Smith of Prov- 
incetown, Stone of Canton, Drury of Wal- 
tham, Weston of Newton, Monahan of 
Boston, Silverman of Boston, Kelley of 
Boston. 

COUNTIES. 

Senate — Marchand of Middlesex, Haigis 
of Franklin and Hampshire, Brown of Es- 
sex. 

House — Bagshaw of Fall River, Coffey of 
Salem, Quiry of Worcester, Newhall of 
Stoneham, Perry of Shelburne, White of 
Braintree, Murphy of Holyoke, Craig of 
Boston, 

EDUCATION. 

Senate — Bean of Middlesex, Langelier of 
ISTorfolk, Clark of Plymouth. 

House — Cross of Royalston, Belcher cf 
Randolph, Jarvis of Newton, Hull of Leom- 
inster, Baldwin of Brockton, Levins of 
Boston, Marcella of Boston, Hayes of Bos- 
ton. 

ELECTION LAWS. 

Senate— Martin of Bristol, Hobbs of Wor- 
cester, Cavanagh of Middlesex. 

House— Gibbs of Waltham, Cook of New 
Bedford, Davis of Boston, Burr of Boston, 



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Boothman of Adams, Sawyer of Ware, G-ar- 
rity of Worcester, Chapman of Cambridge. 

FEDERAL RELATIONS. 

Senate — Washburn of Worcester, Knowles 
of Bristol, Sheehan of Hampden. 

House — Achin of Lowell, Norwood of 
Beverly, Chapman of Ludlow, Clauss of 
Cambridge, Emery of Newburyport, Jordan 
of Lawrence, Merrill of Southbridge. 

FISHERIES AND GAME. 

Senate — Brown of Essex, Eldridge of 
Middlesex, Farnsworth of Worcester. 

House — Smith of Provincetown, Streeter 
of Springfield, Churchill of Plymouth, Lyle 
of Gloucester, Collins of Edgartown, Ray- 
mond of Essex, Day of Worcester, Parker 
of Marlborough. 

HARBORS AND PUBLIC LANDS. 

Senate — Langelier of gSJorfolk, Mason of 
Norfolk, Brown of Essex. 

House — Sandberg of Quincy, Field of 
Mattapoisett, Nutting of Leominster, Hall 
of Acton, Baker of Marshfield, Hirsch of 
Dedham, Brennan of Boston, Sullivan of 
Salem. 

INSURANCE. 

Senate — McLane of Bristol, Bartlett of 
Berkshire, .Jackson of Essex, Chapman of 
Suffolk. 

House — Davis of Boston, Achin of Lowell, 
Frost of Somerville, Waterman of Will- 
iamstown, Morrison of Medford, Kelley of 
Fairhaven, Furbish of North Attleboro, 



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Frail of Upton, Sherry of Peabody, T. F. 
Donovan of Boston, O'Brien of Chelsea. 

LABOR. 

Senate— Beal of Plymouth, Gifford of the 
(Jape, Green of Suffolk. 

House — Frost of Somerville, Renne of 
Pittsfield, Collins of Edgartown, Cross of 
Royalston, Whitney of Clinton, Higgins of 
Taunton, Morrill of Haverhill. 

LEGAL AFFAIRS. 

Senate — Perley of Essex, Hays of Suf- 
folk, Knowles of Bristol, Green of Suffolk. 

House — Monk of Watertown, Nash of 
Weymouth, Tolman of Gloucester, Lincoln 
of Worcester, Perrin of Wellesley, French 
of Somerville, Levenson of Chelsea, Foley 
of Boston, Cummings of Boston, McCarty 
of Boston, Murray of Milford. 

MERCANTILE AFFAIRS. 

Senate — Eldridge of Middlesex, McLane 
of Bristol, Haigis of Franklin and Hamp- 
shire, McGonagle of Suffolk. 

House — Chamberlain of Springfield, Har- 
rop of Worcester, Cady of Monson, Clauss 
of Cambridge, Whitney of Winthrop, Perry 
of Somerville, Odlin of Lynn, Parker of 
New Bedford, Harrington of Fall River, 
Phelan of Boston, FitzGerald of North- 
ampton. 

METROPOLITAN AFFAIRS. 

Senate— Bates of Suffolk, Fay of Middle- 
sex, Parker of Suffolk, Green of Suffolk. 



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House — Sherburne of Brookline, Wilson 
of Boston, Seagrave of Cambridge, Knox 
of Somerville, Brown of Woburn, Weston 
of Newton, Beardsley of Boston, Makepeace 
of Maiden. Lawler of Boston, Mclnerney 
of Boston, Mancovitz of Boston. 

MILITARY AFFAIRS. 

Senate — Gifford of the Cape, Bazeley of 
Worcester, McGonagle of Suffolk. 

House — Newhall of Stoneham, Greenwood' 
of Everett, Potter of North Adams, Lyle ^^f 
Gloucester, Pierce of Greenfield, French of 
Haverhill, Bradley of Boston, Englert of 
Boston. 

MUNICIPAL FINANCE. 

Senate— Beck of Suffolk, Martin of Bris- 
tol, Washburn of Worcester. 

House — Chandler of Cambridge, Barker 
of Lynn, Norwood of Beverly, Hall of Ac- 
ton, Gleason of Andover, Martin of Bos- 
ton, Malone of Worcester, Oakham of Bos- 
ton. 

PUBLIC HEALTH. 

Senate — Clark of Plymouth, Jackson of 
Essex, McLaughlin of Suffolk. 

House — Hart of Webster, Mulveny of 
Fall River, Lewis of Lowell, Nickerson of 
Harwich, Swi-g of Boston, Kearney of Bos- 
ton, Schlapp of Lawrence, O'Dowd of Law- 
rence. 

PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS. 

Senate — Tetler of Essex, Marchand of 
Middlesex, Beal of Plymouth, McGonagle 
of Suffolk. 

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House — Greenwood of Everett, Butler of 
Lawrence, Annis of Lynn, Carman of 
Springfield, Crosby of Lowell, Dahlborg of 
Brockton, Bitzer of Arlington, Bowling of 
Boston, Laroeque of Fall River, Courtney of 
Springfield, Ryan of Holyoke. 

PUBLIC LIGHTING. 

Senate — Hays of Suffolk, Langelier of 
Norfolk, Beck of Suffolk, Timilty of Suf- 
folk. 

House — Tolman of Gloucester, Day of 
Worcester, Halliwell of New Bedford, Sin- 
nott of Bridgewater, McKenzie of Holyoke, 
Atwood of Whitman, Bentley of Swamp- 
scott. Wood of Fall River, Brennan of Bos- 
ton, McNamee of Boston, Joyce of Boston. 

PUBLIC SERVICE. 

Senate — Ellis of Middlesex, Bartlett of 
Berkshire, Hull of Berkshire, Hampshire 
and Hampden. 

House — Allen of Newton, Saunders of 
Pepperell, Belcher of Randolph, Runnells 
of Newburyport, Whitman of Quincy, Allen 
of Lynn, McAllister of Lee, McNulty of 
Boston. 

RAILROADS. 

Senate— Hobbs of Worcester, McLane of 
Bristol, Perley of Essex, Timilty of Suf- 
folk. 

House — Jewett of Lowell, Pepin of Sa- 
lem, Cooley of Westfield, Abbott of Haver- 
hill, Mitchell of Springfield, Hill of Saugus, 
Prescott of Grafton, Hosie of Franklin, 



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Murray of Boston, Benson of Boston, Mc- 
Grath of Boston. 

ROADS AND BRIDGES. 

Senate — Haigis of Franklin and Hamp- 
shire, Hull of Berkshire, Hampshire and 
Hampden, Sheehan of Hampden. 

House — Foster of Gloucester, Emery of 
Newburyport, Waterman of Williamstown, 
Colburn of Dracut, Russell of Worcester, 
Brown of Revere, Ogden of Fall River, 
Dowd of Worcester. 

SOCIAL WELFARE. 

Senate — Farnsworth of Worcester, Ellis 
of Middlesex, Bazeley of Worcester. 

House — Catheron of Beverly, Armstrong 
of Somerville, Perry of Shelburne, Richards 
of Maiden, Lyman of Medford, Tyler of 
West Boylston, Brennan of Natick, Gillis 
of Boston. 

STATE HOUSE AND LIBRARIES. 

Senate — Mason of Norfolk, Perley of Es- 
sex, Parker of Suffolk. 

House — Armstrong of Somerville, Barker 
of Lynn, Paradis of Millbury, Gates of 
Orange, Love of West Springfield, Ander- 
son of Easton, Holland of Boston, O'Con- 
nell of Lowell. 

STREET RAILWAYS. 

Senate — Gordon of Hampden, Martin of 
Bristol, Kimball of Middlesex, Hays of 
Suffolk. 

House — Worrall of Attleboro, Bunting of 



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Methuen, Kent of Pittsfield, Hardy of 
Fitchburg, Hartshorn of Gardner, Hill of 
Cambridge, Lilley of Mew Bedford, J. L. 
Donovan of Boston, Manning of Brockton, 
Ljoich of Cambridge, Casey of Boston. 

TAXATION. 

Senate— Tufts * of Middlesex, Ellis of 
Middlesex, Farnsworth of Worcester, Chap- 
man of Suffolk. 

House — Drury of Waltham, Mildram of 
Boston, Stone of Canton, Perry of Nan- 
tucket, Rowley of Brookline, Catheron of 
Beverly, Renne of Pittsfield, Ammidon of 
Cambridge, Souther of Cohasset, Wall of 
Boston, Curran of Boston. 

TOWNS. 

Senate— Kimball of Middlesex, Cummings 
of Worcester and Hampden, Beal of Ply- 
mouth. 

House — Osborne of Marblehead, Nash of 
Weymouth, Paradis of Millbury, Whitney of 
Clinton, Haskins of Middleboro, Hill of 
Saugus, Ruggles of Hardwick, McAllister 
of Lee. 

WATER SUPPLY. 

Senate — Jackson of Essex, Bates of Suf- 
folk, Cummings of Worcester and Hamp- 
den. 

House — Harrop of Worcester, White of 
Braintree, Lindberg of Worcester, Briggs 
of Taunton, Wilson of South Hadley, Bax- 
ter of Lynn, Dennis of Sandwich, Mahoney 
of Boston. 



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MONITORS OF THE HOUSE. 



FIRST DIVISION. 

Bowser of Wakefield, Garrity of Worces- 
ter. 

SECOND DIVISION. 

Annis of Lynn, Manning of Brockton. 

THIRD DIVISION. 

Frost of Somerville, Foley of Boston. 

FOURTH DIVISION. 

Halliwell of New Bedford, Moore of Bos- 
ton. 



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