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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 26 March 1904
POLITICAL.'AIiVKItTISIX/i. &lt;- | i'Ol.lTlt'.VL ADVKKTISINO, ItIi.ITICAL AHVKit'ITSINii. Wi 11 jam Randolph H earst * •—— is—— \ THE CANDIDATE OF THE COMMON PEOPLE The Trusts and Corporation Democrats Unanimously Oppose His Candidacy. HEARST RALLY AT CAMBRIDGE ATHLETIC CLUB HALL Cambridge Street, Opposite Ninth Street Monday Evening, March 28th, 1904 ,'r RAY/HONH. l&lt; , ' n,l, Re «i E»tait«.
POLICE REORGANIZATION. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 26 March 1904
POLICE REORGANIZATION. It is passing strange that after the many years of Non-partisan rule in Cam bridge no' administration ever succeeded in carrying into effect the re* organiziiiion of: the '■ police department on the.lines proposed by that element in the'present committee un police. W'iiy this sudden, awakening'/ Is It because tlie Nonpartisans are "tinwlll-. ing to give the Democratic parly an opportunity to effect the reforms, recommended by Chief Cunningham In his annual report, or Is It because their deisire to serve the city before their party is so strong- that they wish .to distribute a few additional plums to the faithful.political workers on the police force': We believe there is some merit to the contemplated chahf.e and thin Hie right kind of sergeants on the street and the right kind of lieutenants iv the stations would produce stricter discipline, inn what becomes of police -headquarters under the proposed arrangement It is Ihe intention to add six inferior officer...
TRIBUNE'S IGNORANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 26 March 1904
TRIBUNE'S IGNORANCE. Tlie editors ..iff the, Triliuue place themselves |v Hie position of the pot calling the kettle black, whenever they attempt tv criticise anyone for being one-sided, tine woftld Hiiuk after the selling, these live, cillliirlnl youths received at the Itands of the progressive (junlirlilge Press' that they would so hate the remembrance, of the word one-sided Hint it would never he again set up. Inn the lesson WUS Hot lleeileii liy tllelll, T'iie "I'ress" scored them because of their nlieshleduess lii ail city ipicsllpus and charged in polite language, Hint their advertisement columns controlled I heir edllorlnl. An example uf their lack of knowledge Is easily seen In their mil.-lenn Mr. Cox, The 'Tribune said: "Tor Instance, the first charge reads: 'lie has signed contracts Which liuVe, obliged the city to pay from .",*• cents to T*\ .'en'ts per culiic yard for mud.' Nothing Is said. about .the other two, members of the commission,- Henry li, Ycrxa and rather n'll...
THE CITY BOUGHT MUD [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 26 March 1904
THE CITY BOUGHT MUD ■Mr. Cox cleverly evades the charge Hint he had signed eoiiirai-ls W.hiiii ooinpollod ll'io clty.-.tp pay from SS't" oo cents per cubic yard lor mild. He I'lidoiivoi's to free hiiiiself i'roin sinii a, charge, by wiiilng io his clerk iv the dcpiirtiiioiil. to send him aU'eotl--IriiefS which conipolieil Hie cily i.i pay for the purchase of mud on all contracts .ninth' by the park ilepaiinient for the pitiyhuso of mud. This dues not free lilui from Ihe charge initilo by Ihe iildcrui.au -that he signed.contracts niade by iho park 'commission lor lllliujr wliere tlie plain.word tilling ,Is ■ nseil, ihe idly paid Hie oonfract price lor iniid, giving Hie same pli.-e for uili.l as lor. graii'l under Ihe.saino .contract. Will any business man''say Ihat ihe lily should pay,as pinch for mini tis for u'l'.-ivel'.' Vei on nil the contracts In which tin- tilling was not i.lciined as "clean" or "lieaii gravel". Hie city has . purchased' Snld. The Ulllllllllt id' lllllil Hills ...
BLODGETT'S HYPOCRISY. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 26 March 1904
BLODGETT'S HYPOCRISY. We l|._liilc to use lllis hen,lint.' !«•- liovt.HK wo would lie falsi- lo our duly if we allowed il lo uo itiih liny oilier i heiidline. The olinmpioii ilefeiidei' of. Mr. i'o\ iniiile ii lengthy Inn inciilisis'eiil nddi'ess. Its iiislni-'i'ill.i strikes, lis so foieilily thill «.. mils! li Millie t&gt; liliti iii'i'il n. Mi;. Itliidgeti siiid: . . '.'I am deeply Impressed with the tin." portunie of Hie (|iieslion which Is pre* sented to Iks liy the .charge*, which .have lieeii ni.iile here iiguliisr Mr. ,I'oxi charges, Which' If well fqiTmlotl, should drive him from the piiirllc-servlcnV? Is Mr, Blodgett sincere In this stateliient'; Mr. Hliillgtitl wus the mic ullli'l'lniill Who two weeks ago, lifter Ml. IlaiTitlKtoll pri'Seliled , the "charges •nmillist lII* friend Me. fox. nnd Mr. Hurry moved Hint the'ciitilli'iuiitloii lie lliti'l uver l'"f n week, .In .onler to jive the menilii'is tlilie.to look Into the'matter, tilled umilnsi lids proposition. ■W...
... AN IMPOSTOR [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 26 March 1904
... AN IMPOSTOR impostor is defined as "a person who assumes a character for tbe purpose of deception." If ever ,11 until placed,hifjlse|f In such n position, Mr. Coveney did lii his speech on the conliniiatioti of Mr. Cox. lie said: "1 am sorry to be obliged to leave the chair, and 1 don't doit for the purpose of defending Mr Cox,' but I .do come down here-for the' purpose of defending Bey. i'r.- c'Bi'lcn, uiy pastor, who has been maligned." Here we have Ibis man again appealing to the religious element. it Is n most 'detestable, role' lo assume. What can Ibepeople think of a inn li who -makes such ir.statoiiieut, when.the name of I'r. Oitiion. wiis" not even mentioned lit ibe charges, against .'Cox. .i.V'i'l this guy.old deceiver says Hint.his pastor was maligned --In other words 'maliciously Injured. •ii is v liiii-il i iliiion of things iifler ii residence hero of .io yeurs-lo have Ills inline brought lv ami lashed al.nig wi|ii others. II is simply a part of petty politics,": Th...
MR. CON'S GOOD ADVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 26 March 1904
MR. CON'S GOOD ADVICE. "'lho charges are serious, They are either true or false, and It is your duty 10-iliiorniine which." These worils wore spoken by Mr. I.IX ill Ids defense. All will agree \\i)h him I bat till' charges were soli-,,, mis' and..Unit ii was.The duly of tho .members of Hi,- .lioard lo eaief'ull.v,; (dok info I he-,merits of this question. The Cambridge i. iirbnl.it' in .in odl'.oiiui silhl: "The board .owes it I i itself to inVes tlgal ■' the charge .naiio 'against an appointee." Imestigaie in Hii- ease, meant . IiWJ oiie'lbing, iiniiquiie-niid examine Into .villi e:tre and ; urn ■•}'.: The duly of ■ tho committee on Investigation wus to :&gt;,e;ii-cli ■inlniilely lio-jnith. facts; n careful inqiiiryioiiTnlinTNiiiiil i- un kiiowti, Wo limy yei disi'iivtuVtllo un- i known , fuel- thill' llllisl be Kepi -" I frolll tile piibllc..' We lellllliv lo «:!}' H liiill not ..no of iho partis;! II members Mho uilo.l axil ills,)'fill' appointment ii. ! tlie coiiniilllco...
... SILLY TO CONTROVERT. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 26 March 1904
... SILLY TO CONTROVERT. Alileriii.in flitrriimloii siilii Hint when Mr. t'(..\ had changed the word Ing of Mr. Mnllen's eoiitrnel -from eleiill' illiiim I" clean grifvel tilling lie lllllil.' Hie s.llllelueiil 'llllil Mr. Mullen eniilil linf I'lilllM (litil i.'iiiitrnei iiml he llollld lie I'lilveil In get Hie gi'lllcl ffolll his friend l-'isk. Mr., iii.v denies.this m It Ii the .uiishilsfiii'tiify Htateinent: "I did it to preveiii Win. It. Mullen from delivering mini i" Hie i-it.i uf t'lllli-lil-Idoe." .Tills llllglll seeln.like li I'i'a- t sonulilo iinsiier. to Iho.e having lilt 11--common s-eiise. Iml lo others, 1,, lliose fniiilliiir Willi Hi plir'aseulucy of eon-. inlets, il. Is not a truthful answer: If Ml', I'il.V honestly lielioves Hull the Holds eleiill Hlllne- would have permitted Hie iliiiiipiliL' of mud uo"il Hie ( ellt. lie lielievc Hull, ho nil,lie reilsolls thus rnidishly. N'niv lei us fur ti. liniment siiy that Mr. iii.v liiHiesily l«'--lliveil that ..l.'.'iii filli...
BIG DROP IN FIGURES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 26 March 1904
BIG DROP IN FIGURES. |'~|;,,wilio 1 'Il.'irges lllllile I'J Alderiiiiiii lliirrliigtoii .1 iißie pul'lished' illicit lews lioiii Mr. l'o.\ 111 reply to 11,,. ~ In one tl!-: i'"\ said, liy nol Hiking Ihe Wold liont .-lull's property 1,.t ciiiiiienl iloliiiiin lie Slited the city S7.".,l«lll. Hue of hi* slille' HIS is lloclileilly shy of the iriilh. he ilid take 'I lie -Wold. (Uopot'O l.'.V eniineut d""llllll|i, Mw.i weeks ago Mr, t'"\ siiid he saved the • it.i&gt;To.i«io.l.y thi- deal. lit*! week he said he liolioii'.l if Hie case, wns settled—lll coiin the lllislees wnuld hilve received sr.ii.mMi. . In. one week Mr. i'"\ dropped from n siii'j'nu;'if t*f'V ihii.i p, s:!o;iniii. or ;i t'otiii drop of $l.i,' IKIO ill olio week. We Wollllcl' lloW tlllli'lilt'ss the cil.V wolllil hint' SUVi'll if. there Has illiol her week's llefliy. •: it has all. Hie iippcimlMee Hint a her. week would (.iln'g us iij'lhe viclully of. ihe real llglit'es. .which TusioHd of" a J u -,nim' woiihiii.n...
THE NOTE FROM THE ASSESSORS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 26 March 1904
THE NOTE FROM THE ASSESSORS. 11 placing a mini ill v false position '..•lore Hie public is ilil-ll |.o i.lies. tllell we lime iiiiolher Inslnm-e. aud tve believe ll Is ihe Ihlrd. iv whi'li Mr.-Cox lias so pln'ood Mr.. I In rrlnui&gt;til.. . Mr. Cox's appeal to the assessors Would'lend any who hi- nol close. Ijr followoil this siiiiject, ; lo believe iliui Ahleriiuin .Hnrrliigioii licensed him or imnltig land nl.mtin_*"ii ill.' park properly belonging• l" the city. The assessors replied l. Mr. (,'nx Him • there was in, record upon Hie books of Ihe' deparilnelil tinit neither Mr. Cox or iiii.v .member of hi.*, firmlly .itnrcil any vroin'rly-lairirWlhg'-fl* any pafk. .No ~li,&gt;^rfßt = Ti'^stl'l vr llii'l Si*. Cox must * lr , - ,nr " rliigton did fl charge. bltt the letter rrom the assessors wnllld cause people to believe such a charge was made. Mr. Harrington stud lie was Interested In laud In that vicinity because he had Offered to self i x-Mayor McNamee lisMxiu squa...
MR. COX WITHHOLDS CREDIT. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 26 March 1904
MR. COX WITHHOLDS CREDIT. Mr. Cox said: ( "1 admit that tho city has received i L'7.i!"n cubic foot of niiiil, and has been , paid $N!!8 for the privilege of dunipltJS ' the same. If 1 tell you that this mud ' was excavated by the dredging corn. ' pany under a'contract with the -bridge' &gt; commissioners, and that they had the ~ choice.or 'lowing It out to sea., at. a large expense to the dredging company. or dumping-it on our shore, you will • readily recognize thai It was through • the grace o,f Providence and not ■ through any unusual business ability on tho. parent the park commissioners thai we got Ihe mud." ' Ml. Cox- would lieve the public be- ' llevo ihat the ..getting of this mud. nud 1 ihe fact that the dredging company, were- ' working under a colli mot for tho 1 bridge o.iuiinissloii ill Ibis suine !|uie. '.' was a iho.ro mutter ill' chance. A "lit — ' ,|lc llivostlglltiiill 111 l 'till! i'Ui'i of Mi-. ! i'ox would ciniso lilin IK lenm. Unit tho ' city received ...
ADMITS FOOLING THE PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 26 March 1904
ADMITS FOOLING THE PEOPLE. ii i-n't very oticn ibni we road of . iHillil.'iaiis iiiitkingil pii'ilb"confession .- -that lie riiolp'od tii fool Hie | plo.yet Hiis Is'wbai lic.-nri-ci.l at Hie nieei'ing ' of Ihe ■In HI I'll uf aldermen iasl week: 1 Ahlcl-llinll Coleuey wa&lt; altclllplillg lo j. answer, ah able- argument Just ileliv- ' ered by Alilci'tn.in Hurry. Mr. Coveney lieclnne so riiiiicd Hun he losi his iienil nnd Hum. we heard-'ills public '',oiif,--ion. one which Mr. Cmeiiey Hi ! his siinoi uioiiieiils would iieiorhave allow.-.d-i'ii osoa-po lii- li|is, ''1 helped io fool Hie people. I am-sorry I did it." I'bere is uo act so worthy of Hie oonliouilliliinll lII ail holies' lliel.l lis '1 lie ilrllbcraio'ni't whereby a .miln deceives •Iho. i pie iv tin';most ilnportiinl tie--Hon ol i iiizoii-lilp Iho easting of . i lli.'li" ballot. ' 'People busy Willi, til" i. struggle.. 1.1 il.ii:.i iil'o give too little ' atlelllioll lo Iho nlla.il'- ol slate. The} Illy Uplltl ollie...
CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 26 March 1904
CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC. Mr. Cox ill Hi,' defense or Ills acts as a park commissioner said: "My own olllclnl career is open lo the puhll- nnd I am siillsiled to leave It to the ludgltlent. of the people of (Tilth- ' bridge." i •-. ■These-Were Ihe Words spoken b}&lt; Mr, C.iK lo Ihe 'public The people of 111.' elty would have reason Id believe him, | If (he ill-si action taken by Ihe board; of aWentHUHlftfl 'lieTffl allowed lo pre tail inilnolcsied, When those present, saw'ti uinji'i'lly of lliiyboiird. nppollit % a committee tiftjuvestlgute the acts of Mr. Cox. they w%e satisfied thin the metiiliers IntcndeiF&amp;i he fair to their colleague. Tlie fiflSt that Messrs. Carstelll. Ijlke. lllinlftUt ami Dllvli voted against the appolinmeiil of such a committee led the. knowing ones to reason that there must be. wrong. A recess was held. Afl'Ayilie recess wiis over the friends of ■ sltajj Cox could dot 100 hastily shut off ihe proposed investigation, which they did. Mr. Cox ...
MR. COX, OR ASSESSOR GOOCH? [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 26 March 1904
MR. COX, OR ASSESSOR GOOCH? Who Is ciirceii as Pi Ihe. value or the Weill iinat|inu.se, Mr. Cox has stated In his own defense that the lioathousc alone cyst K1J,4'.14. T"lic lill-U,tllil',vul-iiaiion glveii lo the boo I house I he more excuse cam Mr. Cox inue f..r making this deal. Here we have Ihe .Word of Ml'.-CilX.. NoW collies Assessor'l.iooch. acknowledged, by Ihe Noii-pai'lisatis us an ellieieiit assessor and retained in . power for ninny years by these same men because. of his efficiency.'Mr. ' (iooch under nij. oath, to perform his ; duties lo tlie best of his ahiiliy. ile- , laces under said liii'th that ibis boathouse was- worth, but So.'iihi. ..If tb-' .SMteni: 111 made I:.} Ml I "_• Jss i-i trie. w&lt; have' evidence of lie .Yon-linnisan assessor I'liidVi'viiliiing' property.' ami ap-pi-ovimnto:.,' iisse.-sliig every SI worth of property as bat si. 11 n'ol :rut' then Mr. 1.'0.v hfis done mil ii to Injur., not ollly lII.' ellicle.il■■)■ but Ilie. Copulation ~f. Mr...
NOT THE WHOLE TRUTH. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 26 March 1904
NOT THE WHOLE TRUTH. licntleinen, we ili.l not pay iS'.'ii.iiiiil ! for a, boat. bbuse.- -We did pay $20,--i mil.for lii::.!iT- square lei'lot land, loIgeihe.r wii.liii boat bouse, and I e.aini | ihal «ii made a good trade for. the city, MfTCx. Ilero.ls a. plain slaleluelll. The language is 'very plain' and should i'ioi be inisiiniiersioo,!. Tliis;is not the fill! ainoiiul iiaiii lo Ihe iru-lis- of .ihe Weld lloat Club as will be seen ill tile following lellec. 't' ' - , April P. IS..", . U. T. I'pham. City Auditor. I'ily of Cambridge. 'I.'ear Sir: We hereby:cerilfy that by a vote of ihi- board diily passed Apriltub. IsiKi;'upon. the mallei' of ihe claim. ~|- William 11. I'olbes. itiibert S. Peltbody,'Hubert Ita.on, ,1a s .1. SlolTow ilint .lo'seph \\', . I.unit, ' trustees; for .damages siisiaiue.l by the. taking of. .licit' land, iea; ..stale, ntiil oilier properly fin park.purposes under an orili'r ..I' Hie .iiv'-.ouiieil approved .lan. -'.".. |s'.i|. Unit -aid claim litis l.,im ...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 26 March 1904
Mi-s Mary X. Hurley, the Hi-year- j old duhghlcr or Mr.'and Mrs. .John .1. i Hurley of'nil I'.'rauk.sireei. North Cambridge, and it graduate of tin l Shopard L'tatiimar school, was made the vl. titn ■ii .a very, pleasant surprise paciy on ihe occasion of lier I.UtJi birthday W edflestluy evening. The house was picllily d ruled Willi polled plants,. Miss Hurley received a number of handsome presenls from friends and celiilivcs and n beautiful lljirltflll piano ii-.iiii her father. Miss X. i bilhighcr of riorcbester and Ml** .1 Ivcefc of S'rjMh Camlirlilge eoulrlhllleil lo the evening's eiitei'iainmeiii. aiid a line collation was served.
Democratic Caucuses. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 26 March 1904
Democratic Caucuses. Convention and the State Convention for the election of delegates to the 'tMnocrattc National Convention, will lie EVENING. Al'ltll.' 111. l'.i"l. at ibe .xfftifymtMw Ward 'J. -Camlii-idgo.--?sfhlcHi' Asso?' Ward. 11.---odd Fellows' hall, Massa under the rules of the Democratic Democratic, voters of the ward must bo llled out at the office .of the Secretary of the: Democratic City Committee, siichusotfs ■ uveiiuo. Caiiiliridgeport. nol earlier than nine o'clock A.. M. on •an he 1 obtained, upon, application at March '-"-'. 1!K'I. At the Cam-uses otli-
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 26 March 1904
RAYMOND'S FOH BONDS RAYMOND. Central Buidlng. C. MILLER Variety Store 2414 MAS!!. AYE., NORTH CAMBRIDGE . Confectioneries, Choice Fruits, Stationeries, Cigars Tobacco and Smokers' Ankles. ORIENTAL TEA COMPANY Sol* Importers of Orlsnt.il Mais Berry Java hestonlfee Known.;. loin iiml I'uilcM tn.slllt even nurse and I'lfrv into £i'Ulle'l at whole- , sa-lii erl.es. loioilsalwavHillllforui. iilwavs juire. I'.llr.i i'i(iiire L'oo.ls us| Inlty. WgniUg To» Kettle. S-ollay s.|llliNi. ll'illoo; E. B. JAMES LUMBER GO. No. 16 Central Street, Boston. A.,. Tel, Main IOS9. D. S MURPHYrTnfD. V. ' " Veterinary Sorgeon Ollice*. Prospect Stable*, 271 tireen 51.. and li.ma Mill stables. 41 littery St . Cambridge. Residence,»• i:»»i'x st. Slight Call's re.i'lM'.l at W.'.'li. Hunt .1 Co.. . Ilnuutl-i.. DANIEL P. DANEHY, Funeral Director and EmDolnier, 34; Rindge Avenue, NORTH CAMBRIDI .Cnrflairps furnished'for Funerals; also Flotu tleslßhs &gt;.f all kinds. Connected byTelephone, IJSI-J Cambridge...