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SOME DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATES. TO BE VOTED FOR ON TUESDAY NEXT. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 21 November 1903
SOME DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATES. TO BE VOTED FOR ON TUESDAY NEXT. Sketches of Boms of Those Who Will Be Selected at the Primaries to Qo on the Democratic Ticket. We commend the list of Democratic candidates to the careful attention of the votera It is not the function of the Sentinel to show any partiality as botween Democratic caucus candidates. But the Sentinel certainly can congratulate the party upon the richness of the material from which it is to make its choice of candidates. " v We feel sure that the nominees will be men of whom no party need be ashamed, and as a majority ot both branches of the city government next year are to be Democrats, the t'ity is assured of a capable and honest city government We hope every citizen who has the party's interest at heart will go to ,iie caucuses and make his selection.
JAMES T. BARRETT. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 21 November 1903
JAMES T. BARRETT. Candidate for principal assessor, was born in County Cork. Ireland, and educated In the national schools of that country. He came to this country in 1890 and settled in old Ward 3, where he has since resided. Mr. Barrett Is a self made man In every sense of the word, and Is now carrying on a large contracting business. He served in the common council in 1898 and 1900; in the board of aldermen in 1901. 1902. and 1903, and received the Becond largest vote ever cast for an alderman last year and the largest vote ever given an aspirant for the office of alderman from old Ward 3. His record In the city government for the past six years is one that any man may Justly fesel proud of, serving on all the important committees and having a perfect attendance at all meetings. He has been a sturdy, loyal and able Democrat, and one of Mayor McNamee's champions in the board of aldermen for the past two years, Mr. Barrett is a member of several social organizations Including the K...
J. HENRY DUCKREY. Candidate at Large for the School Committee. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 21 November 1903
J. HENRY DUCKREY. Candidate at Large for the School Committee. J. Henry Duckrey was born in Summit Bridge, Delaware. He attended the public schools in that place for several years and then going to the c:ity of Philadelphia he attended the high school In that city. Entering Lincoln University, Chester County, Pennsylvania, he graduated with the degree of A. B. He then entered the Presbyterian seminary and continued three years, receiving the degree of a T. 8., and was regularly ordained by the Presbytery of Pennsylvania to the gospel ministry. He was commissioned to plant and establish the first ■Colored Presbyterian church In Chester, Pa. He came to Massachusetts about 10 years ago desiring to make a r speV.alty of Hebrew, Latin and Greek studies In wnich he had made himself quite proficient while In college and the seminary. He at once began working with a company of his own people and succeeding In securing a lot and built a church edifice costing about $40,000. He made his conte...
JOSEPH O. AUTHIER. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 21 November 1903
JOSEPH O. AUTHIER. for re-el*ctloil as alderman from Ward 11, WM born near Montreal, Canada, on March 29, 1856. He came to Cambridge In April, 1873 and ha* resided here ever since, hay- ing been engaged the past 20 years in the grocery and provision business at 173 Rindge avenue, North Cambridge. Previous to his election to the board of aldermen last year, he had never held political office. He Is a member of the Agasslz council, Royal Arcanum, North Cambridge council, No. 269,' X. of C; past chief ranger of court Montreal, F. of A.; member of the C. O. of F. He is married, has one daughter and resides at No. 21 Rice street.
MICHAEL JAMES ANGLIN. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 21 November 1903
MICHAEL JAMES ANGLIN. Candidate for foe board of aldermen, was born on Flagg street tn this city, on July 18, 1874. He was educated in the Washington grammar school, and after leaving school went into the express business with his S"ther. He was next employed as shipping clerk and manager by Wet more &amp; PriJe. coooamit shredding manufacturers, on Broadway, in t'als city, where he remained until the business was removed to Philadelphia His next employment was with LeveiBrothers, soap manufacturers, who were next door to his former place or employment. He remained there for two years and then accepted a position in the hotel business, where he has since been employed (In 1895). He Is a member of division 49, A. O. H., being a charter member of that body; he Is also a charter member of Cam bridge Eyrie. No. 185, F. O. E. He is married and resides at 81 Green st reet.
NICHOLAS F. BURKE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 21 November 1903
NICHOLAS F. BURKE. Canelidate for alderman from Ward from Ward .10. was born in Boston, August 15, 1807. He was educated In the Boston and Cambridge schools, he having removed to this city when nine years of age. Early in life he engaged in the express business In which line ne has ever since remained. He Is a mmbe.r of th X. of ft, Is an active ■ member and Is treasurer of the Bryan club. He is un married and lives at 42 Hubbard avenue, with his two sisters.
ABRAHAM J. BENNETT. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 21 November 1903
ABRAHAM J. BENNETT. Candidate for the board of aldermen was born in Russia, May 1, 1873. He received his education In the schools of Russia and the United States. He came to this country In 1889 and has been a resident of Cambridge since 1896. He Is engaged in the tailoring business at 22 Central Square. He is a member of the X. of P., I. O. B. A. Hebrew society, chairman of tho hoard of directors of Beth Israel Congregational church, Columbia street; financial secretary Hebrew Free School, commoted with the church, and Is a member of the Ward 7 Democratic Ward committee. He was a candidate for the common council last. yiar. He Is vice-president of the Heurew Democratic duo and has always been a staunch Democrat.
EUGENE M. FLANIGAN. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 21 November 1903
EUGENE M. FLANIGAN. Candidate for alderman from Ward c 7, was born and educated In this city c and Is now about thirty years of age. &gt; lie has always been a Democrat in pol- i it Irs and has accepted nominations for &lt; several offices In his ward on the Dem- i ocratic ticket when his defeat was a I foregone conclusion. His zeal In the &lt; cause of labor has-been recognized by e his fellow members of local Union J No. 77, of the American Federation of i Labor, by electing him as Its delegate e lo the Central I nlioi- Union, and he lias 1 also been a member of its committee &lt; on legislative affairs. He is well known i in several social and benevolent organ- • izatlons, being a member of Division ; 49, A. O. H., Cambridge Arle No. 185, | F. O. E., nnd of the Franklin Social ( club. He resides at No, 454 Franklin ( street. I ___ —— ;
MICHAEL H. FLYNN. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 21 November 1903
MICHAEL H. FLYNN. Michael 11. Flynn, candidate for re--election from Ward 4, to the board of aldermen, was born In Boston, October 18, 18fi8. When he wsa one and onehalf years of age hi* parents removed to-Cambridge where he has since resided. He received his education In the public and parochlel schools' of this city. His first political office was as a member of the common council In 1902. From there he was elected to ihe board of aldermen In 1908, where he has served on many Important committees, among .Mich wer*, highways, health, police, ordinances, accounts and City home. Ha 1* a member of several social and fraternal He la married and reside* at 162 Columbia] street
STEPHEN H. HARRINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 21 November 1903
STEPHEN H. HARRINGTON. Candidate for the board of aldermet from Ward 3, was born In Warren, N H„ on Doc. 25, 1854. His parents re moved to Lowell when he was five years of age, and afterwards lived In Charlestown and Somerville. He came to Cambridge when about Id years of age, and has resided here evet since. He first worked in the Union Olass works In Somerville and then with Beal &amp; Hooper, furniture manufacturers la East Cambridge. He was afterwards employed la Seavey's tin .shop, and then to the Riverside an,\ University Press companies. For a time after this he was In the periodical business In Cambridge, leaving tbat to go to Thurston, Hall &amp; Co., crackei bakers. After three years he was em ployed as a commission driver for F. A. Kennedy. He then embarked In the furniture business in which line oi trade he has continued tor the past 17 years. He Is a member of tbe A. O. U. W., Knights of Columbus, Cambridge Eyrie 186, F. O. E. Forester of America, Irish ...
JOHN T. HART. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 21 November 1903
JOHN T. HART. Candidate for aldermen from Ward 1, was born in Boston, but when less than a year old his parents removed to this city where he has ever since resided, lie was graduated from tbe Putnam grammar school, the Cambridge Latin school and from Harvard college in the class of 1896. In 1901 he represented East Cambridge, (Wards 1 and 2) in tbe common council, serving on the committees on claims, highways and legislative affairs. He is a member of St Jobn's council X. of C.; division 49, A O. of H.; and Joseph A. Kelly court F. of A. Since leaving college he has been occupied as a tutor. He Is unmarried and lives at No. 72 Fourth street
JOHN W. HOPE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 21 November 1903
JOHN W. HOPE. Candidate few the board of aldermen from Ward B, was born In Danville, Pa., Feb. 26, 1856. When two years of age his parents removed to Providence, X. 1., and he came to Cambridge in 1880. He first worked for H. H. Oilman. In his rolling mill here until he went out of business, after which he wonted in Kendall's boiler shop for seven years. He Is now engaged In the grocery business at 191 Hampshire street. He Is a widower and lives at No. 4 Hampshire place. He has always been a Democrat and has never held political office.
DR. THOMAS ... HEATON. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 21 November 1903
DR. THOMAS ... HEATON. Candidate for the board of aldermen from Ward 6, has a resident of this city for 31 years. He was eduoatesd In the public schools here and after a special course In classics in Harvard college he was graduated from Tufts college, from which he received his degree as M. D. He Is a fellow of the Massachusetts Medical society; member of the Cambridge Medical Improvement society, and of the American Medical association. He served in the common council in 1901, serving on the committees on elections, public health, and city homo. He la a member of the Pilgrim Fathers, Forresters of America, Companions of the Forest and others. He was the author of the order lor free car tickets for the firemen in the common council. He was the physician at tho Magazine beach for the park commission In 1899 and 1900.
EDWARD B. JAMES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 21 November 1903
EDWARD B. JAMES. Candidate for alderman from Wird 8. was born in Boston on Sept. 14, Ho was educated in the public school.in that city, after which he enterei into the' lumber business, in which trade he has ever s'nee continued. He came to reside In Cambridge In 1877 and remained here continuously ever since. He has always been a Democrat in politics, and has been the sec rctary of the Democratic city commit tee for the past five years. In 1890, 1892 and 1897 he was elected a mem ber of the board of aldermen, where he Berved with distinction and ability on many Important committejes. Hes is married, has three children, two sons and one daughter, and resides at No. 1640 Cambridge street. He his been the Democratic candidate lor senator in 1900 and 1901. and In 1894 was the candidate for mayor on the Citizens' ticket
EDWARD H. McDUFFEE [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 21 November 1903
EDWARD H. McDUFFEE Candidate for alderman from Ward t, was born in Haverhill, Mass., on July 15. 1868. With his parents ho moved to Lawrence. Maas.. at the age of five years, where he attended tne public schools until 14 years of age, when he Joined the Unlt';.l States nav&gt; as an apprentice boy. After spending one year and four months at the naval training, station at Newport. R. 1., he was drafted to the U. S. 8. Jamectown, and afterwards to the U. S. S. Dolphin and then to the European station under Admiral Oerehard. He visited all parts of Europe and Africa on this trip and was appointed by Admiral Qerrefiard as coxswain of his barge, thereby being the youngest petty officer In the fleet not yet being 18 years of age. He then went to the gunnery school In Washington, D. C, whdre he remained until, he became of age, when his time of apprenticeship expired. He then learned the brick laying trade, which he worked at until the winter of 1894 when he procureo employment at ...
THOMAS McDERMOTT. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 21 November 1903
THOMAS McDERMOTT. Candidate for tho board of aldermen from Ward 4 Is one of the members of the pres*nt a Ward committee from his ward and has been a hard worker on that, committw for a number of years. He was born in this city about 38 years ago and was one of the candidates this year for the nomination for reprcseniatlve from the Second Representative district, at &gt;he last state election, for many years he has been eneraecod In the fruit and produce business and has taken an active inMTCtbfteWirlnf circles for a number of y»»Tr»Dast He waa a member of the old Middlesex Boat dug tot some years and held the office of secretary tn that and afterwards lnr«&gt;* *«*•- iocs Boat club for several Jtw« M - He rowed in the Crescent Boa* dub eight oared crew in National of Amateur oarsmen and eleqJS *?• Ne * aseooiatlijnr He I* at present Chief ranger of if*** o ?, Jol «1 I Boyla o'Reihy, Irish National Forre*/ i tors; member of Division 4* A. O. Hi i William Orr Branch, I...
JOSEPH L. P. ST. ... [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 21 November 1903
JOSEPH L. P. ST. ... Candidate for alderman fr&lt;«n Ward 6, has been for nearly teniy 6 * l " B a resident?!* Cambridge He hat I been in the employ of the R. H. White company for the past seven yeef*&gt; where he has held an important position. He received his elementary trfUUIU In the public schools, after *hlch be took a course In Comer's commercial college. Mr. St. Coeur attended the law school of the Y. M. C. A. &gt; n B &lt;»- -ton, and was graduated therefrom In June, 1902. He was admitted.» 'he bar tn July of the same yea-, hut has never engaged In active p/actlce. He was connected with the Pro»Pect union for several years. Mr. St Coeur has been a member of the confess of- the Y. M. OTA. in Boston, and during the past year was honored by nla associates, with the office of sr» al «&gt; r ,- ™ e lB a member of council 74, of C. He resides at 376 Prospect street and is 35 year* of age. Mr. St Coeur has been a hard worker In the ranks of t...
FRANCIS P. WHITE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 21 November 1903
FRANCIS P. WHITE. Candidate for alderman &lt;n»s born • in Boston, In 1863. When h&lt; was _8_ V years of age his parents renoved to ° Cambridge. He received his education * in the public Bchools of this :lty. He r has for the past 21 years beer employ- » ed by the firm of Little. Brovn &amp; Co., «■ having worked In the binder: depart- ° ment for 12 years and for the past nine 6 years he has bejen foremajsfin the J warehouse department He IB a mem- I ber of the A. O. IT. W. and of the Ward 7 Democratic Ward committed. ' He Is married and resides at 33 Somerset street. I
JEREMIAH F. DOWNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 21 November 1903
JEREMIAH F. DOWNEY. Residing st 994 Cambridge street candidate for re-election to the common council from Ward 3, vas born In Cambridge Feb. 9, 1878. Mr. Downey isa graduate of the Tiorndike grammar school and the Cimbrldge Manual Training school, and entered the Lawrence Scientific schort of Harvard university with the class of 1900. At the outbreak of war with Spain Mi-. Downey enlisted with the Frst regl ment, U. S. Engineers, and siw much active service In Porto Rico, his good work In ...the field winning fol him tht rank of sergeant. Mr. Downey, In his work ai mechanical draughtsman, has been employed by some of the largest fims In this country hiring this class of help— notably, the nawson &amp; Morrison Mfg. Co., the Corliss Steam Engine Co. of Providence, R. I„ and the Boston Elevated Railway Co., with wtiion he wni, working when injured last w:nter. Mr. Downey is a member of the present common council and has served on the following important committees: Public prop...
THOMAS P. O'NEILL. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 21 November 1903
THOMAS P. O'NEILL. Candidate for common council from Ward 11, was born in North Cambridge on Nov. 2. 1875. He was educated in the Cambridge grammar and «19 Rindge Manual Training schools, and his first employment was with the Cambridge water department at Fresh Pond, for about one year. He then learned the trade of mason, which calling ho is« followed ever Rlnce, nnd for the past five years has been tho lunior member of the firm of John McGllllcuddy ft Co. of this city. He Is a member of Bricklayers' union. No. 3, of Boston, and for ttiree years was a member of the auditing committee; president of St.. John's Catholic To tal Abstinence society, chief ranger of Court Wm. E. Russell. No. 131, F. of A., is now serving as a member of the common council where he has proved to b" a painstaking nnd valuable member. He Is not married and lives with his widowed l mother at 52 Montgomery street