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WHO'S WHO

IN

STATE POLITICS



1908

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PRACTICAL POLITICS

6 Beacon St.

BOSTON. MASS.



STSTELlBPlRYOFHiiaSUCSIMTS

NOV 29 ly^ivi
STATE HOUSE BOSTON



Copyright, January, 1908
PRACTICAL POLITICS



The Eastern Press Company, Boston



111 the preparation of tlii> xolume we
have endeavored to.icJ.rn tlie names of the
photographers h}- wHrfrni the various por-
traits were made, and desire to give due
credit to the following studios: Parsons,
Adams; Litchtield, Arlington: Dunklee,
Athol; Chiekering. Coiilin, Gliiies, Marceau,
Notman, O'Xeill & Jordan, Purdy, Siegel,
Boston; Bass, Brockton; Buttertield, Mc-
Cabe, Cambridge: Moulton, Kitchburg;
Phelps, Gloucester; Enterprise, Greentield;
Fuller, McKeen, Haverhill: Demers & Son,
Lawrence, Holyoke: Dexter, Ipswich; Loth-
rop & Cunningham, Marion, Lowell; Thomp-
son, Marblehead; Butman, Middleboro;
Reed, New Bedford: Thompson, Orange;
Skinner, Quincy: Ames, Salem; Benoit,
Southbridge; Hudson, South Framingham;
Bordeaux, Bosworth & Murphy, Spring-
field; Webster, Waltham: Adams. VVhitins-
ville; Fitton. Morrill, Schervee, Worcester.



BAY STATE MEN IN
WASHINGTON




HENRY CABOT LODGE,

Senator.



LODGL:, IIKXRV CABOT. Republican,
of Xahant. Was born in Boston, May 12,
1850; received a private scbool and collegi-
ate education: was jj^^raduated from Harvard
College in 1871; studied law at Harvard
Law School and graduated in 1875, receiv-
ing the degree of LL.B.; admitted to Suf-
folk 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;" pro-
fession, that of literature; is a member of
the ^Massachusetts Historical Society, of the
Virginia Historical Society, of the Ameri-
can -\cademy of Arts and Science, of the
Xew England Historical and Genealogical
Society, and of the .American Antiquarian
Society, and has received the degree of Doc-
tor of Laws from Williams College, Clark
University and Yale University; was per-
manent chairman of the Republican national
conxention whicli met in Philadelphia in
1900; chairman of the committee on resolu-
tions of the Republican national convention
of 1904 at Chicago; was a member of the
commission on Alaskan boundary appointed
by the President; served two years in the
Massachusetts House of Representatives;
was elected to the 50th. 51st, 52(1. and 53d
Congresses; was elected to the United
States Senate Jan. 17. 1893, to succeed
Henry L. Dawes; was re-elected in 1899
anfl 1903. His term will expire in 1911.




WINTHROP MURRAY CRANE
Senator.



CRAXI-:, WIXTIIKOI' ML'KRAN. K.
publican, of Dalton, was bnrii at Dalion.
April J3, 1853; was educated al \\'illi>t()n
Seminary, Easthampton, Mass. Is a paper
manufacturer; was a delegate-at-large to the
Republican national conventions of 1892,
1896 and 1904; was selected as the ^^as-
sachusetts member of the Republican Na-
tional Committee in 1892. 1896 and 1904;
was lieutcnant-g-ovcrnor in i897-'98-'99. and
g^overnor in 1900-01 -'02; was appointed to
the United States Senate Oci. 12, 1904, to
fdl the vacancy caused by the death of Sen-
ator Hoar. He was elected by the Legisla-
ture in January. 1903. to fdl out the term
which expires March 3, 1907, and was re-
elected for a full term of six years in Janu-
ary, 1907. His term will expire in 1913.



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AMES, BUTLER, 5th District, Republi-
can, Lowell. Born there in 1871; public
schools, Phillips Exeter, West Point, Mas-
sachusetts Institute of Technology. Ale-
chanical and electrical engineer. Agent
Wamesit Power Co. of Lowell. Common
Council, Massachusetts House of Repre-
sentatives three years; elected to 58th and
59th Congresses. Re-elected to 6oth Con-
gress.




GARDXKR, AL'GL'STL'S P., Oth Dis-
trict, Republican, Hamilton. Born in Bos-
ton November 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 state
Senate two years; elected to the 57th Con-
gress to fdl the vacanc}' caused by the re-
tirement of Hon. William II. Moody to be-
come Secretary of the Xavy, :mi(1 to the 38th
and 50th Congresses. Re-elected to 60th
Congress.




GILLETT, FREDERICK H., 2d dis-
trict, Republican, Springfield. Born West-
field, October 16, 185 1; Amherst College,
1874, Harvard Law School 1877. Lawyer.
Assistant attorney-general of Massachusetts
from 1879 to 1882; iVIassachusetts House of
Representatives 1890 and 1891; elected to
53d, 54th, 55 th, 56th, .57th, 58th, 59th Con-
gresses. Re-elected to 6oth Congress.




GREENE, WILLL-K^I S., 13th District,
Republican, Fall River. Born Tremont,
Tazewell County, 111., April 28, 1841: public
schools. Real estate and insurance business.
Common Council four years, president
three years; mayor of Fall River 1880,
1886, 1895, 1896 and 1897; appointed post-
master 1881; reappointed postmaster 1898;
resigned and was elected to the 55th Con-
gress to lill out the unexpired term of Hon.
John Simpkins, deceased; also elected to
56th, 57th, 58th and 59th Congresses. Re-
elected to 6oth Congress.



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KELIHER, JOHN A., gth District, Dem-
ocrat, Boston. Born there November 6,
1866; public schools. Real estate. Massa-
chusetts House of Representatives i896-'97,
state Senate iCpp-igoo: elected to 58th and
59th Congresses. Re-elected to 60th Con-
gress.



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LAWREXXR, GEORGE P.. ist District,
Republican, North Adams. Born Adams,
May 19, 1859; Drury Academy, Amherst
College. Cohind)ia Eaw School. Lawyer.
Appointed judge of district court of North-
ern Berkshire 1885: Massachusetts Senate
i895-'96-'97, president last two years. Elected
to 55th, 56th, S7th, 58lh. 59th Congresses.
Re-elected to 60th Congress.



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LOVERING, WILLIAM C, 14th Dis-
trict, Republican, Taunton. Born Rhode
Island, 1835; Cambridge High School, Hop-
kins Classical School. Cotton manufacturer.
Massachusetts state Senate '874-'75; dele-
gate Republican national con /ention 1880;
elected to the 55th, 56th, 57th, 58th and 59th
Congresses. Re-elected to 60th Congress.



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McCALL, SAMUEL W., 8th District,
Republican, Winchester. Born East Provi-
dence, Pa., February 28, 185 1; New Hamp-
ton (X.H.) Academy 1870, Dartmouth Col-
lege 1874. Lawyer; IVIassachusetts House
of Representatives 1888, 1889 and 1892; del-
egate to Republican national conventions
of 1888 and 1900; elected to 53d. 54th, 55th,
56th, 57th, 58th and 59th Congresses. Re-
elected to 6oth Congress.






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O'COXXELL. JOSEPH P.. loth Dis-
trict, Democratic. Boston. Bom Dorches-
ter. December 7, 1S72: St. Mar>''s Parochial
school. Boston College. Harvard Law
School 1896. Lawyer. Elected to 60th Con-
eress.



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PETERS, ANDREW J., nth District,
Democrat, Boston. Born there April 3,
1872. Harvard College 1895, Harvard Law
School 1898. Lawyer. Massachusetts House
of Representatives 1902, state Senate 1903
And 1905. Elected to 60th Congress.




ROBERTS, ERNEST W., 7th District,
Republican, Chelsea. Born East Madison,
Me., November 22, 1858; public schools,
Hig-hland Military Academy, Boston Uni-
versity Law School. Lawyer. City council
of Chelsea two j^ears; Massachusetts House
of Representatives three years; Massachu-
setts state Senate 1897 and 1898; elected to
the 56th, 57th, 58th and 59th Congresses.
Re-elected to 6oth Congress.




TIRRELL, CHARLES Q., 4tli District,
Republican, Natick. Born Sharon. Decem-
ber 10, 1844. Dartmouth College 1866. Law-
yer. Massachusetts House of Representa-
tives 1872; state Senate 1881 and 1882: pres-
idential elector 1888; elected to 57th, 58th
and 59th Congresses. Re-elected to 60th
Congress.




WASHBURN, CHARLES G., 3d Dis-
trict, Republican, Worcester. Born there
January 28, 1857; Worcester Polytechnic
Institute 1875, Harvard University 1880. Ad-
mitted to Suffolk bar 1887. Massachusetts
House of Representatives 1897 and 1898,
and Massachusetts state Senate 1899 arid
1900; delegate Republican national conven-
tion 1904; Massachusetts member of com-
mittee to notify Theodore Roosevelt of his
nomination. Elected to 6oth Congress.




WEEKS, JOi-lX W., iJtli District, Re-
publican. Xewton. Born Lancaster, N.H.,
April II. i860; graduated at United States
Naval Academy t88i. Banker and broker.
Served in the United States Xavy as mid-
shipman from i^raduation to 1883; Massa-
chusetts Xaval Brigade ten years, six years
as commanding ofiiccr of the organization;
member Governor VVolcott's military advis-
ory board during Spanish-American w^ar.
Alderman three years and mayor two years,
city of Xewton: elected to 59th Congress.
Re-elected to f)Olh Congress.
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STATE GOVERNMENT
EXECUTIVE




HON. CURTIS GUILD, Jr.

Gcverncr.



GUILD, CURTIS, jr.. Republican. Bos-
ton. Born in Bo.^^ton I'chruary 2, i860; pre-
pared for college at Chauncy Hall School;
graduated from Harvard College in 1881,
class orator; editor and publisher "Boston
Commercial Bulletin." Lieutenant-governor
i903-'o4-'o5. Governor in i9o5-'o7-'o8. Prom-
inent in politics for upwards of tv^^enty
years, being heard frequently on the stump
in state and national political campaigns,
particularly in the I'ryan campaigns of 1896
and 1900, and accompanied President
Roosevelt on his speaking tour of the
West in the latter year; chairman Repub-
lican state convention 1895; vice-president
Republican national convention 1896; presi-
dent Republican Club of Massachusetts
i90i-'02; chairman on Massachusetts day
at the Atlanta and Nashville expositions.
Adjutant 6th Massachusetts Regiment,
M.V.^L; brigadier-general on staff of Gov-
ernor Wolcott; Spanish War veteran, being
commissioned as lieutenant. 6th Massa-
chusetts Volunteers; promoted to be inspec-
tor-general of 7th Army Corps with rank of
lieutenant colonel, and later inspector-
general of the department of Havana,
where he achieved success in solving the
sanitation problem, and won high commen-
dation as well as the offer of higher posi-
tions from President McKinley. Member
Boston Chamber of Commerce. Masons,
32d degree.







HON. EBEN S. DRAPER,
Lieut.-Governor.



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DRAPER. KVA'IS S.. Republican. Hope-
dale. Born in ilopcdalo, 1858; preparatory
training at Alkn"s school. Newton, Massa-
chusetts Institute of Technology. Em-
ployee of Draper Co.'s cotton mills and ma-
chine shop; selling agent for the company
1896; typical New England manufacturer.
Chairman ^Massachusetts delegation, Repub-
lican national convention, 1896; lieutenant-
governor 1906-07- 08: president of Massa-
chusetts Volunteer Aid Association during
the Spanish War, and raised $200,000 for the
equipment of the hospital ship "Bay State";
president of the Republican Club two years,
also a member of the Norfolk, Middlesex
and Massachusetts Clubs. Member of cor-
poration of the Massachusetts Institute of
Technology and Massachusetts Eye and
Ear Infirmary: one of the managers of the
]\Iilford Hospital.



OLIN, WILLIAM M., Republican, Bos-
ton. Born in Warrenton, Ga., September
l8, 1845. Printer and newspaper writer.
Private in the Civil War, 36th Massachu-
setts volunteers. Secretary of the Common-
wealth since 1891. Masons, 33d degree.



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CHAPIX, ARTHUR P.., Republican, Hol-
yoke. Born Willimrinsctt Village, Chico-
pee, November 17, 1868; Holyoke schools,
Phillips (Andover) Academy 1887. and Am-
herst College 1891. Had a literary career of
two years vvitli the "Youth's Companion":
studied law with his father. Judge Chapin of
Holyoke, and was admitted to the bar in
Hampden County in 1895. City solicitor of
Holyoke, 1896. Mayor of Holyoke six
years. State Treasurer i9o6-'o7-'o8. Rank
director, member of numerous social clubs,
closely identified with church and Y.M.C.A.
work: member of the Masonic order.

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TURNER, HENRY E., Republican, Mai-
den. Born in Boston, May 4, 1842. Educated
in the public schools and at Pierce Acad-
emy, Milton. Able accountant and a writer
and speaker on economic subjects. Treas-
urer Maiden Republican city committee
1883, president 1884; member of the legisla-
ture four times, serving on the committees
on drainage, railroads, manufactures and
public health; member of the executive com-
mittees of the [Middlesex and Republican
clubs. Mason, Royal Arcanum. A.O.U.W.
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MALOXE. DAXA. Republican. Greeii-
lleld. Born in Arcade, X.V., 1857; jjraduated
from Harvard Law Scliool, and was admit-
ted to the bar in 1881. Six years trial justice
at Green Held. Trustee of the Franklin Sav-
ings Institution. House i893-'94; chairman
of committee on judiciary; senator i895-'96,
chairman of probate and insolvency and ju-
diciary. Attorney-general i9o6-'o7-'o8. Re-
publican state committee; member of grade
crossing commission and Xew Bedford-
Fairhaven bridge commission. District at-
torne3% northwestern district, two terms.
Mason, i)ast commander K.T.

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EXECUTIVE COUNCIL




BARRY, EDWARD P., Executive Coun-
cil, 3d District; Democrat, Boston. Born
there November 28, 1864; public schools,
Boston University Law School. Attorney
at law. Common council two years. Presi-
dent South Boston Citizens' Association,
treasurer Ideal Harp Company. Publisher
"South Boston Inquirer." Executive Coun-
cil i907-'o8, committees on pardons, chari-
table institutions, prisons, harbors and pub-
lic lands, railroads, military and naval
affairs.



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BEMIS, ALBIOX F., Executive Council,
2(1 District; Republican, Brookline. Born
Brookfield, July 19. 1856; public schools,
Amherst College. Straw goods manufac-
turer. House 190 1 and 1902, committees on
manufactures, federal relations (chairman),
public lighting (clerk). Senate 1903 and
1904, committees on constitutional amend-
ments (chairman), metropolitan afifairs, pub-
lic lighting, parishes and religious societies
(chairman). Executive Council 1907- com-
mittees on pardons, charitable institutions,
prisons, finance, acccnints, warrants, state

house.

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BRIGHTMAN, CHARLES O., Execu-
tive Council, ist district, Republican, New
Bedford. Born there March 28, 1853; public
schools. Contractor and builder. Common
Council 1887; board of public works three
years; Republican state committee fifteen
years. Elks, Masons, K. T. 32d degree,
Shriner.



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COLE, SAMUEL, Executive Council,
5th district. Republican, Beverly. Born
Rutland, Vt., December 15. 1856; public
schools. Market gardener. School commit-
tee thirteen years; president Common
Council i895-'96: Mayor 1901-02: House
i897-'98-'99, committees on cities (clerk),
engrossed bills, ways and means: Senate
i903-'04, committees on drainage (chair-
man), election laws, ways and means, fed-
eral relations (chairman), taxation (chair-
man). Director savings and co-operative
banks: ex-president Board of Trade. Ma-
sons, K.T., Odd ludlows. R.A., O.U.A.M.

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GLIDDEN, WALTER S., Executive
Council, 4th district, Republican, Somer-
ville. Born Pittston. Me., April 30, 1856;
public schools, Dirigo Business College,
Augusta, Me. IMeat and provision business
as manager N. E. Hollis & Co. Masons,
R.A.C., K.T., Odd Fellows. 999th Artillery
Association, Central Club.




JOXES, SEWARD W., Executive Coun-
cil: 6th District, Newton. Born Ebensbur^.
Pa., Eebruary 9. 1857; public schools and
soldiers' orphans' schools of Penns3dvania.
Granite industry. Republican city commit-
tee eight years, state board of insanity four
years, Xewton board of health thirteen
years. Executive Council 1907, committees
on harbors and public lands and railroads,
military and naval affairs. State House. Di-
rector Xev^'ton Centre Trust Co. eleven
3^ears: president Xewton Centre Savings
Bank ten years. Massachusetts Republican
Club. Xewton Club. Xorfolk Club. Masons.




PAIGE, CALVIN D., Executive Council,
7th District, Republican, Southbridge. Born
there May 20, 1843. Selectman three years,,
delegate Republican national convention
1884, presidential elector 1904: House 1878,
committee on taxation. Executive Council
1907, committees on finance, accounts, war-
rants, military and naval affairs, State
House. Treasurer Central Mills Co., presi-
dent Southbridge Savings Bank, director
Southbridge National Bank. Home Market
Club, Republican Club.




RUSSELL, FRAXKLIX \V.. Executive
Council, 8th District, Republican, Pittsheld.
Born there August 22, 1841; public schools,
Williston Seminary. Executive Council
1907, committees on finance, accounts, war-
rants, State House. Woolen manufacturer.
Masons.



REMINGTON, DAVID T., sergeant-at-
arms, Somerville. Born Plaintield, June ii,
1845; public schools. Superintendent of
manufacturing of emery wheels. xA.ppointed
messenger 1890: Senate doorkeeper 1890;
elected sergeant-at-arms 1904. G.A.R. Ma-
sons.



SENATE




WILLIAM D. CHAPPLE,
Senator,



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CHAPPLE. WILLIAM D. jd Essex.
Republican. Salem. Born there August 0,
i8ti8: public schools, Boston University Law
Schoo! 1890. Lawyer. Common Council
i894-g5-'g6 t president i8q<>): chairman Re-
publican city committee icx>i-*0->: House
i897-'9^*9g, committees on probate and in-
solvency (chairman), constitutional amend-
ments, impeachment County Commissioner
-Morrell ^ special); Senate ig05-*o6, commit-
tees on probate and chancery (chairman).
bills in third reading, constitutional amend-
ments, public lig:hting. Elected president
of Senate at opening: of session of IQ07.
Salem Republican Club. Masons. Odd Fel-
lows




ABBOTT, GIDEON B., 9th Suffolk, Re-
publican, Boston. Born there May 4, 1874;
public schools, Harvard. Manufacturers'
agent. Common Council three years: House
i9o6-"o7, committee on street railways. ^la-
sons.



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BELL, TILTOX S., 8th Suffolk, Repub-
lican, Boston. Born Dedham, 1874; public
schools. Manager Congregational Publish-
ing Society. Common Council i903-'o4-'o5;
Board of Aldermen i9o6-'o7. Young Alen's
Republican Club of Dorchester, Boston City
Club, Colonial Club, Harvard Improvement
Association, Episcopalian Club, First Corps
Cadets, Masons.



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BUTLER, JOHN J., jth
crat, Boston. Born Ireland
national schools. Car driver,
collector. House i904-'o5-'o6.
relations between employers
constitutional amendments,
law. K.C., A.O.H., John M
Association, Metropolitan M
ciation.



Suffolk, Demo-
, June 7, 1865;
station master,
, committees on
and employees,
libraries, liquor
itchell Literary
utual Aid Asso-




COWEE, EDWARD A., 2d Worcester,
Republican, Worcester. Born West Boyl-
ston, July 23, 1857; public schools. Miller
and grain dealer. Selectman West Boyl-
ston; House 1896- '97, committees on agri-
culture, federal relations. Masons, Odd
Fellows.



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DEAX, CHARLES L., 4tli Middlesex,
Republican, Maiden. Born Ashford, Conn.,
]\Iay 29, 1844; public schools. Glass manu-
facturing business since i860. P. ]\I., West-
ford, Conn., twelve years: commissioner
Windham County, Conn., six years; House
of Representatives, Conn., i88i-'82: Com-
mon Council, ]\Ialden, i89i-'96 (chairman
1896); mayor Maiden 1899-1904 (inclusive):
House i897-'98, committee on ways and
means: Senate i905-'o6-'o7, committees on
v^ays and means, banks and banking- (chair-
man), printing (chairman), bills in third
reading, e:h-.cation.




D 1 C K I X S O X. FRANCKE W'.. ist
Hampden, Republican, Springfield. Born
there April 19, 1849; public and private
schools. Undertaker. Real estate. Common
Council i888-'89-'90 (president 1890): alder-
man 1903-04, mayor 1905-06. Winthrop,
Nayassett, Commercial Travelers' clubs;
Mason t,2(\ degree, Roval Arcanum. Odd
Fellows.




DIXON, EDWARD W., 3cl Suffolk, Dem-
ocrat, Boston. Born Dublin, Ireland, No-
vember 9, 1846; public schools, Comer's
Commercial College. Master mariner. Com-
mon Council two 3^ears, alderman i897-'98-
'99; Senate 1907, committees on cities, fish-
eries and game.



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FAXOX, WILLIAM O., Jd Xorfolk, Re-
publican, Stoughton. Born there October
24, 1853; public schools, Boston University-
Medical School 1876. . Physician. Repub-
lican town committee six years; House
i905-'o6, committees on i)ublic lighting, wa-
ter supply (chairman); Senate 1907, com-
mittees on public lighting, railroads (chair-
man), water supply, recess committee on
labor. Masons. Knights Templar, Odd Fel-
lows, Xorfolk Club



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FISK, CHARLES D. B., 5th Suffolk,
Republican, Boston. Born Hooksett, X.H.,
February 17, 1850; public and private
schools. President Legal Protection Com-
pany, trustee of real estate, director Citi-
zens' Mutual Insurance Company. Ex-pres-
ident Boston Marketmen's Republican Club;
Republican Club of Massachusetts. House
1905 and 1907, committees on parishes and
religious societies, taxation (clerk), mercan-
tile affairs.



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G A L L O X D . GEORGE J.. Franklin-
Hampshire, Republican, Amherst. Born,
Petersham, October Z},, 1852; Amherst Col-
lege. Merchant. Senate 1907, committees
on engrossed bills, agriculture, labor (chair-
man), public charitable institutions. ]\Ia-
sons, President Amherst Club.




GARFIELD, GEORGE H., 2d Plymouth,
Republican, Brockton. Born Dennis, July
18, 1858: public schools. Grocer and provi-
sion dealer. Republican state committee
1897- 1904. House 1892 -93 - 1901 -'02 -'03 -'04,
committees on payroll, rapid transit, elec-
tions (chairman), water supply (chairman),
public service, rules, congressional redis-
tricting- (special), salaries state and county
officials (special); Senate i935-'o6-'o7, com-
mittees on rules, counties, printing, water
supply (chairman), public charitable insti-
tutions, taxation, recess committee on taxa-
tion (chairman). ]\Iasons, Odd Fellows.



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GRniES. JAMES W.. jth Middlesex,
Republican. Reading. Born Hillsboro, No-
vember _'i. icS65; Phillips Andover, Boston
University. Lawyer. House 1897 -'98 -'99,
committees on constitutional amendments,
roads and bridges (chairman), probate and
insolvency, printing (clerk): Senate 1907,
committees on legal affairs, printing, street
railways (chairman). Masons, Odd P'ellows,
Sons of Veterans, Mystic Star, X. H. Club,
Middlesex Club, Republican Club, Home
Market Club, Suff'olk and Middlesex Bar
Associations. Director h'irst National Bank
of Reading, trustee Blackstone Savings
Bank.

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HALL, ALFRED S., ist Suffolk. Repub-
lican, Revere. Born there August 27, 1861;
public schools, Massachusetts Agricultural
College. ]\Iarket gardener. House i903-'04,
committees on metropolitan affairs (clerk),
elections; Senate 1907, committees on coun-
ties, fisheries and game (chairman), metro-
politan affairs, towns (chairman). Alasons,
K.T., Odd Fellows, Massachusetts Repub-
lican Club, trustee Chelsea Savings Bank.



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HALLEY, DEXXIS E., 5th Essex, Dem-
ocrat, Lawrence. Born Xatick, Maj^ 26,
1863: public schools. Printer, reporter, ci-
gar manufacturer. Common Council two
years: House i892-'93, committees on liquor
law. prinfing.




HIBBARD, JOSEPH H., 8th Middlesex,
Republican, Lowell. Born Shoreham, Vt.,
April 3, i860; public schools, Ticonderoga
Academy 1878. Musician, violinist, direc-
tor and manager. House i905-'o6, commit-
tees on prisons, mercantile affairs. Odd Fel-
low, Elk, Red Man, Foresters of America.



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JEXXEY, CHARLES F., ist Norfolk,
Republican, Hyde Park. Born Middleboro,
September i6, i860; public schools, Boston
University Law School 1883. Lawyer. Li-
brary trustee, cemetery commissioner, mod-
erator, committees on by-laws, purchase of
water supply, erection of public library;
House 1886, committees on elections (chair-
man), towns (clerk); Senate 1907, commit-
tees on judiciary, constitutional amend-
ments (chairman), liquor law (chairman).
Norfolk Club, Boston Society of Natural
History, Hyde Park, Dedham and Canton
Historical Societies.

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JOHNSON, JOHN LOVELL, 3d
Worcester, Republican, Fitchbiirg. Born
Worcester, June 26, 1876; public schools,
Worcester Polytechnic Institute. Manager
Iver Johnson Arms and Cycle Works.
Board of Aldermen three years (chairman
two years). Senate 1907, committees on
banks and banking, cities, public lighting
(chairman). Masons, K. T., 32d degree,


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