Clipped From The Brooklyn Daily Eagle
Ninth District. State Senator James H. O'Brien was the unanimous choice of the Democrats of the Ninth Congressional District for Congress at tho nominating convention last night, at 2424 Pitkin avenue. Senator O'Brien was the only candidute placed before the delegates. Thc nominee was born In Jamaica, moving moving to East New York about thirty years ago. He is married, lives at 21 Shepherd avenue and is in the scale manufacturing business on Pearl street, Manhattan. He is a director of the Nassau Building and Loun Association; a member of the Elks, Knights of Columbus, Catholic Benevolent Legion and the Twenty-second Twenty-second Twenty-second Assembly District Demoi rule Club. Mr. O'Brien's name was placed before the convention by John J. Lcnahan of the Twenty-second Twenty-second Twenty-second Aseembly District, and seconded by David Hirshfield of the Twentieth Twentieth Assembly District. Leader Jame Y. Sinnott of the Twenty-second Twenty-second Twenty-second Assembly uisiricL was chairman, and David Hirshfield Hirshfield was secretary of the meetine. The conimitue on vacancies selected consisted ui jamcs r. Kiniiou, Cornelius J. Cronln and Jacob Hian. The meeting adopted a resolution indorsing the National Demo cratic iicxot and platform.