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Democratic Nominee for Lieutenant Qovemor.
Barrett O'Hara was born at St. Joseph, Michigan, on April 28, 1882.
Per three generations his family has been active In behalf of
Democracy his grandfather, the late ex-Judge John. O'Hara of "Wis
consin, having Toted for the flrst presidential nominee of the party
and campaigned for every snbseqnent nominee, and his father, ex-Judge
Thomas O'Hara of Michigan, having stumped the country for every nominee
from Hancock to Bryan. In 1898. -when just turned 16, he enlisted as a pri
vate In the Thirty-third Michigan Volunteers and took an active part In the
siege of Santiago. He was In charge of the squad exchanging the Spanish
prisoners for Captain Hobson and party, and for gallantry on that occasion
was voted a jnedal by the national congress. He received a classical educa
tion at the Hi8souriN3tate University, and later pursued the study of law at
Northwestern University and the Chicago Kent College of Law, receiving bis
degree In law from the latter Institution. He was married to Miss Florence
M. Hoffman of Cabery, Ford county, Illinois, and has three children.
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P. J. LUCEY,
Democratic.Nominee for Attorney General.
P. J. Lucey was bom at the city of Ottawa, Illinois, May 2, 1873. Edu
cated In the city schools, and graduating from the Ottawa High school In
1890. he went to the city -of Chicago and studied law three years In the office
of Duncan & Gilbert, and after being admitted to the bar of Illinois, returned
to his native county of La Salle and became assistant to the state's attorney
of La Salle county. In 1895 Mr. Lucey removed to the city of Streator and
engaged In the general practice of his profession, and although Streator was
and still Is a Republican city, Mr. Lucey was elected city attorney In 1897,
and re-elected In 190L Three times elected mayor of Streator, Mr. Looey's
administrations were marked with the institution of great public improve
ments. Mr. Lucey has been a member of the executive committee of the
Streator Commercial club since its organization and has been Its president
the last three years.
- Democratic Nominee for Secretary of State.
Harry Woods, the Democratic nominee for secretary of state of Illinois,
jhss never held a political office. He was born in Canada In 1863, and came
to Illinois with his mother In 1877, at the age of 14. He was called on by
"necessity to aid In the support of his mother, and found employment as a
messenger. His rise In the commercial world was, like most of our Amerl
je&n self-made men, slow. In 1890 he embarked In the grain trade and re
mains in It to the present day, and the Interest taken In his candidacy by
ibis fellow members, both In the Illinois and National Grain Dealers Asso
ciation, bespeaks his popularity and the esteem In which he is held by his
j&saodatea in the grain trade.
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LAWRENCE B. STRINGER
Democratic Nominee for Congressman-at-Large.
Lawrence B. Stringer is forty-six years of age, resides at Lincoln, IH..
and is a practicing attorney. He came to Illinois from New Jersey with his
parents when he was ten years of age. Being thrown largely upon his own
resources, he secured an education by working at the printer's case odd
hours and during vacations. He is a graduate of Lincoln University, with the
degree of A. Bn LL. B from Lake Forest University. He was the Democratld
nominee for governor In 1904, being but thirty-seven years of age, and ran
nearly 10,000 votes ahead of his party ticket In the state. He carried every
county in the state in 1998 as candidate for the Democratic, nomination for
United States senator and made a continuing fight for party regularity and
primary integrity in the five months' legislative deadlock which followed.
In the primaries of this year he was nominated for congressman-at-large
by a majority of 60,000, carrying all but two counties In the state as against
JAMES HAMILTON LEWIS,
Democratic Nominee for United States Senator.
James Hamilton Lewis was bom In Danville, Va, May 18, 1866. He at
tended Houghton college and the University of Virginia and studied law In
Savannah, Go. He was admitted to the bar In 1884. He removed to Seattle,
Wash., in 1886 and was elected to the territorial senate. In 1892 he was a
candidate for governor of Washington and two years later was the nominee
for United States senator. In 1896 he was the state of Washington candidate
for the vice-presidential nomination at the Democratic national convention.
He was a member of the Fifty-fifth Congress (1897-9) and was the author of
the resolution In Congress in 1897 for the recognition of Cuban Independence.
In 1900 he was a candidate for the vice-presidential nomination at the
Democratic national convention at Kansas City indorsed by the Pacific coast
states. He removed to Chicago In 1903 and in 1905-7 was corporation coun
sel. He was a candidate for, governor of Illinois In 1908.
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JOHN R. TREVETT
Democratic Nominee for University Trustee.
John B, Trevett was bom in Chicago December 14, 1853. Four years
later he removed with his parents to Champaign, where he has lived ever
since. Mr. Trevett entered the public schools at Champaign In 1858 and
matriculated in the University of Illinois April 1. 1868. For a year he worked
as a clerk In a hardware store. He then became a bank clerk. His rise In
this line of business was steady and he Is now vice-president of the Trevett
Mattis Banking company. In Champaign he was at different times city treas
urer, president of the Board of Fire and Police Commissioners, president
Board of Park Commissioners, and president of the Chamber of Commerce
(two terms). He has also served as rtm'rm of the Democratic County
Cenlral Committee. He is a Past Exalted Ruler and now trustee of B. P. 61 E.
No. 398, Past Chancellor Commander and for the last twenty years M. of E.
of Valient Lodge No. 130 Knights of Pythias.
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JAMES J. BRADY
Democratic Nominee for Auditor.
Jssmb'jt. Brady, TJemocratlc noaalnee for auditor of pahtte aeeosnts, is,
jt native of Chicago, jtad was born la the' West Sjd& district Jaay lOthj
p78. He, attacded the pttbjlo grasasr and. high sc&ooX, am after flirislitnaj
Ms educattoaVhe ofetsised esaploysaest with the Westers. Uatos TalegrapoJ
gompany ia the eerarlss Acjiailaoat asi suhsegaeal wa araateeed to the
awsitioa of wire chief, whteh postttoo lie.Bow holds. i
I Mr: Bradyt suecees ia the prfasary election was largely to the un
.tbing efforts of the seaahaa of tfce-Orer of RaBroad Tatacraakeni sad thai
fcommerdal TetegrapherB Zsaocttttea. of mteote. He-Jaa, always taksa
wove pare la pa&uo asam, is a meaner of several civic
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WILUAM RYAN, IK,
Democrab'o Nominee for State Treasurer.
"William Byan, Jrn wa' bom in Danville, HL, forty years ago. Finishing
the course In the DantfBe schools he learned the trade of blacksmith and
after tour .years at the forge entered college. "-Re turning to DanrQIe he
started, with a partner, the manufactare of carriages, bat in 1902 he took
over the business and since that time has heea In. successful control of the
Ryan Carriage company. His basis sstsraHy interested him In good
roads. This also led to bis seteetfcja. as the Deaaocratlo nominee for hXgnway
commlsekeer of DaavQle townsaiy la ltL aad aKhoagh the EepubUcaas
have a majority of 1,700, he was atsOsi astd stfll holds the office. He 1s a
meaber of the T. P. A tae frsyaMBtr atea's era4sal0B. He .Is the trst
saessher of that order to recetve a aeaataatiem em the saaet Geket of aar
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MRS. ELLEN H. HENROTIN,
Democratic Nominee for Univer sh Trustee
Mrs. EDen M. Henrotln was bora in Portland, Maine. Both her parents
were natives of that state. Later the faadly moved to New Haves, Coss.
In 18C8 Jin. Hearotin was married to Charles Henrotln' of Chicago, consul
general for Turkey and consul ier Betdam, 'When, the Colamnlan. ErrxjalUoa
was organized, it was necessary to eecare a wosaaa who would take charge at i
ma comimnflM or women tn nrgaiatto th mrrfitary '""gTPffieg- Mrs. Hesrotia
Baiertook the task. At the close of the exposlLoa Mrs. Hearotin was elected
president of the General Federatios of. Women's Clubs of the United States.
Hra, Hearotin Has been decorated by several foreign cover&rae&ts. Stssb tke
Baltaa ot Turkey she received the order Hof the -Chafkat, frea the Treses
repmeUs she was asade "0der de llastraction PaBHea," aad fresa the
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