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WILLIAM M. HOGAN. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 12 December 1903
WILLIAM M. HOGAN. Who received tbe Democratic nomination for common council from Ward 2 was' born June 2, 1870. He received' his education in the Cambridge public schools. I'pon leaving school he entered the employ of the Western Union Telegraph company. At the outbreak of the Spanish war he enlisted In the United States Volun- teer Signal Corps. He served through the Cuban campaign and.: was honorably discharged at I lava una, ('alia, April 15, 1890. -j %;. He then secured a. position at the Charlestown Navy Jk'ard where he' is still employed 1 . &gt; . He is a .'member of St. John council. X. of C, and seyeral other grgajiizatlons.,; - •••&gt; '■(-:'";■ ! *■; ;, , . -. /Si EDWARD B. JAMES. f Candidate for Alderman.
MAURICE REARDON. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 12 December 1903
MAURICE REARDON. Who was renominated.as a. candidate; for the common council 'from Ward 2. has been a resident of Cambridge for the past eighteen yflgrs-. I le" was elected to the common coofiB)T\teßt year and. served his constjtueniß*pthfully. He holds the important position of car inspector for the Boston &amp; Maine Railroad, y He Is a member of the Brotherhood of Car Inspectors and Oar Builders' Association, Division 15, A. O. H.; For- esters of America, John Boyle O'Reilly Literary Association and the Megansett Social Club. THOMAS McDERMOTT, Candidate for Alderman.
DANIEL CRONIN. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 12 December 1903
DANIEL CRONIN. Candidate for the common council from Ward 3, was born in County Cork. Ireland. May 15, 1805. Hb received his education In the public schools of Ireland; when he was 23 years of age, he emigrated to the I'nlted States, arriving at Boston. April 15, 188 a He entered the employ of James Connell, mason and builder, and learned the brick mason's trade. He has remained In his employe ever since, and Is now a foreman for Mr. Connell. He Is a member of the Mason's union, No. 134; Court Joseph J. Kelley, No. 222, F. of A.; Dlv. 15, A. O. 11., and the Thomas Francis Meagher L. association. He Is married and has one child, and resides at 138 Webster avenue. He pays a real estate tax of $118, for property situated on Wendell street.
JEREMIAH F. DOWNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 12 December 1903
JEREMIAH F. DOWNEY. Residing at 904 Cambridge street candidate for re-election to the common council from Ward 8, wae born In Cambridge, Fab. 0, 1878. Mr. Downey Is a graduate of the Thorndlke grammar school and the Cambridge Manual Training school, and entered the Lawrence Scientific school of Harvard university with the class of 1900., meat, 17. B. Engineers, and saw much active service In Porto Bleo. Us good work In the fleto winning for bhri the rank, of sergeant. Mr. Downey, in Ms work as mechanical draughtsman, has been employed) by some of tbe largest firms in this country hiring this dasß of help— notably, the Bawson &amp; Morrison Mfg. Co., tbe Corliss Steam Engine Co. of Providence, R. I., and the Boston Elevated Railway Co., with whom he was working when Injured last winter. Mr. Downey is a member of the present common council and has served on the following Important committees: Public property, city engineering, new Cambridge bridge, elections and returns. Mr. D...
JAMES P. KNEELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 12 December 1903
JAMES P. KNEELAND. Who received the Democratic nomination for tire common council from Ward 4. was born In Cambrldgeport,.", Jan. 14, 1877, at 804 Main street, where . he Is now residing. He received bis education at the St. Mary's parochial school of this city. After graduating he entered the employ of the-Unlted States" Mail Transportation nSmtfanj, which he left in 1898 to become agsjlt of the Eastern Transfer Company at their main office, 537 Shawmut avenue, Boston, where he worked' for three years, leaving their service to accept his present situation with the University City Laundry Company. Mr. Kneeland Is well known in Cnmbridge, having been prominent in social organizations for a number of years. He is a member of Local 050, I. B. Of T., affiliated with the American Federation of Labor, and- Is at present vice- ,1 president pf the 'Middlesex Athletic d. Association. :%'■:• ■ — ... ' ¥ . ALEXANDKR T. SULLIVAN, Candidate for Alderman.
JAMES A. ROGERS, [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 12 December 1903
JAMES A. ROGERS, Who received** the Democratic nom■j infltion. Jot thef common council In ) 'WOM , '&gt;4';"' , was bftrn In Boston, Oct. 22, * 1875. When he was two years of age , his parents removed to Cambridge, ■ where he has since resided. He received his education at St. Mary's parochial school ot this city. For the past 10 years he has been In the shipping department of the National Biscuit company of this city. He Is a member of tbe Harvard Associates, Is single, and resides with his mother at 273 Main street.
JOHN S. KENNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 12 December 1903
JOHN S. KENNEY. Candidate for the common council from Ward 5, was born-in Boston, May He received ttfeeducation In-the-Boston public schools. He served In the 4th U. S. cavalry In the Indian war on the frontier from 1874 to 1879. Was; appointed on the Boston fire department In 1882, and was promoted through ..the .various grades, until he reached the rank of captain. He resigned from the fire department to go into business for himself in TB9O. He Is chairman of the board of truatees of the Fireman's relief association. Member of Bunker Hill council, X. of 0„ aiid various other organizations; Is past commander Trimountaln garrison, R. N. N. A., and is a member of the Ward 5 Democratic city committee. He is married and lives at 17 Oak street. DANIEL J. DINAN, Candidate for Common Council, Want 1,
EDWARD F. SAVAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 12 December 1903
EDWARD F. SAVAGE. Who received the Democratic nomination for the common council tor Ward B, has been a resident of thle city for the past twenty years, formerly residing at 9 Leonard avenue, but now situated at «s Highland avenue. He received hip education la the oubMr eosmols, and several years ago entered fee employ ot tbe National Shoe and Leather stachange ot Bostoa, Who w«ie afterwards succeeded by the Shoe and Leather KcnantUe Agency, fnc. by WMoh company he is still employed. He has a large acquaintance in the city ot Cambridge, and Is generally known a , . i throughout the New England shoe and i leather trade. 1 He Is twenty-eight years of age and I is married. i , . f PETER J. McSORLEY, i Candidate tor Common Council, j Wardl. , —— -—————————————^——— ,
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 12 December 1903
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WILLIAM L. CASEY. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 12 December 1903
WILLIAM L. CASEY. Who received the Democratic nomination for the common council from Ward a was born In Cambridge, April 11, 1881. He received his education In the Morse school and the English High school of this city. He Is employed by M. Koreb, merchant tailor, as a cutter, previous to that he was employed by Loftus &amp; Co. for a number of years. He Is single and resides with his mother at 23 Watson street.
JOHN F. McKENNA, [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 12 December 1903
JOHN F. McKENNA, Democratic candidate from Ward G, was born in Cambridge, April 21, 186 a He received his education in the public schools of this city, having attended Wlllard and Webster schools. When be was 23 years of age he enlisted in the United States navy and eerved until 1891. While In the navy he learned the barbers' trade, and since then has always been employed as a barber. He Is located at 6 Brookline street where he has built up a large business.
JOSEPH P. LEARY. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 12 December 1903
JOSEPH P. LEARY. Who received the common council nomination from Ward 7, was born and has always resided in Ward 7, July a 1881. He received his educa- tton In .he Webster grammar and the Cambridge English High schools. He has been engaged In the advertising business in Boston and vicinity for ths past four years. He is a member of the Cambridge Wheelmen, the McNamee Democratic Club of Ward 7 and the Franklin Social Club. He Is single and resides with bis parents at 47 Howsrd street WILLIAM M. HQGAN, Candidate for Common Council, Ward 2.
JOHN P. BRENNAN. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 12 December 1903
JOHN P. BRENNAN. John P. Brennan, candidate tor the common council from Ward 8, wits born in Cambridge, March 1, 1876. He received his early education In tbe public schools of this city and Is a graduate of the Boston University Law School, class of 1906, being admitted to the bar In August of that year. He was a candidate for the same offlce last year and came within 78 votes of election. He Is connected with the Hon. John P. Feeney of Woburn in his Boston law office. He Is a member of Cambridge council, X. of C, and division 37, A. O. IL, and hss been a member of the Democratic ward and city committee for the past two years.
PETER J. KENNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 12 December 1903
PETER J. KENNEY. Who received the common council nomination from Ward 9, was born in Somervllle, July 29, 187 a When he was less than one year old his parents removed to Cambridge, where he has since resided. He received hie education In the Cambridge public schools. He entered the employ of Moore d; Hedley, Harvard square, plumbers, In 1803, as plumbers' apprentice. After learning the plumbing trade be continued to work there as a journeyman, and is today one of the firm's most valuable employees. He Is a member of the Sacred Heart 0. T. A. 8. of Mt. Auburn, Mt. Auburn Court, M. 0. O. F., and the John H. HL McNamee Democratic club of Ward 9. He is single and resides with his mother at 29 Vineyard street, In the Mt. Auburn district
JOSEPH A. FEGAN, [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 12 December 1903
JOSEPH A. FEGAN, Candidate for the common council from Ward 10, was born on April 9, 1882, and bss always lived In that ward. He was educated In the Peabody and the Manual Training schools' in this city. He then went into bust ness as the Boston agent of the Stan dard idxtlnguishc Company, In whicl position he remained for two years. Hi left that position to go Into buslnes for himself in the same line that hi, father was engaged In—that of brasi finishing and model work. Soon after wards his father Joined with him, am they are now located at No. 78 Port land street, Boston. He Is well known in social and fraternal circle*, being a member of the Observatory Hill Club of this city, the Waltham Boat and Canoe Club of Waltham, and the Riverside Boat Olub of Auburndale. He has always been a Democrat In politics and has hosts of friends all over tho city. JEREMIAH F. DOWNEY, Candidate for Common Council, Ward 3.
THOMAS P. O'NEILL. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 12 December 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 the Rlndge Manual Training schools, and his first employment was with the Cambridge water department at Fresh Pond, for about one year. -Hie then learned the trade of mason, which calling he bas followed ever since, and for the past five years has been tbe junior member of the firm of John McGllilcuddy &amp; Co. of this city. He is a member of Bricklayers' union, Not 3, of Boston, and for three years was a member of the auditing committee; president of St John's Catholic Total Abstinence society, chief ranger of Court Wm. E. Russell, No. 121, F. of A., is now serving as a member ot the common council where he has proved to be a painstaking and valuable member. He hss served on the following committees: on claims, city home, accounts, and recommendations on the mayor's Inaugural address. He has missed only two regular meetings...
DAVID J. NELLIGAN, [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 12 December 1903
DAVID J. NELLIGAN, Who was renominated for the common council from Ward 11, wss born In Cambridge, Aug. 28, 1878. He received his education in the public schools of this olty. He Is engaged In the undertaking business and Is also superintendent of the Rlndge avenue cemetery. He is a member of Division 31, A. O. II.; William B. Russell Court, F. of A.; St John's Council, X. of C; Bryan, Club, and the Ward 11 Democratic committee. He Is married and reeldes at 24 Rice street '
J. HENRY DUCKREY. Candidate at Large for the School Committee. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 12 December 1903
J. HENRY DUCKREY. Candidate at Large for the School Committee. J. Henry Duckrey wae bom In Summit Bridge, Delaware. He attended the public schools in that place for several years and then going to the city 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 tbe Presbyetrlan Seminary and continued three years, receiving tbe degree of 8. T. 8., and was regularly ordained by the Presbytery of Pennsylvania to the gospel ministry. He was commissioned to plant and establish ths first Colored Presbyterian church In Chester, Pa. He •*•* e eanPga ' nIW ensTenssfeW ere qnvs&gt; Hebrew, Latla and Oreek stpdles, In which he had made himself quite pro. £3lent while in college and the seminary. He at once began working with a company ot his own people and succeeded in securing a lot and built a church edifice costing about 1*0,000.. He made his contention last, year, that...