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PEVEY'S ANSWER. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 9 April 1904
PEVEY'S ANSWER. City Solicitor Pevey him filed his nnswer to the petition of Chief Cunningham, for a writ of innndamus. The document Is n lengthy one, being mnde up of nine typewritten -pages of argumentative matter and about twentylive of citations from the records of City Clerk Brandon. It contains a list of the police officers of the city of Cambridge together with the date of the appointment of each, also a copy of the Police Manual. .Mayor Daly's position is defended by the city solicitor by the following contentions: First, that not being a member of its police force. Mr. Cunningham could not legally bo appointed chief of police. Second, that the meeting held on July IS, 1908, at which his nomination was confirmed, by the board of aldermen, was not legally called. Thirdly, that the proceedings of said board of aldermen at said meeting with regard to said confirmation, were irregular, therefore illegal. In defence of the tlrst contention Mr. Pevey says that according to the pro...
THE POLICE MUDDLE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 9 April 1904
THE POLICE MUDDLE. After a series of amendments, recommendations, recommittals and quarrels, the police reorganization bill has reached a point where it is ready for the action of the park commissioners and the mayor. Deputy Chief Jiatchelder who. according to various plans, was llrst to be a patrolman,.'then a lieutenant, then a captain, Is not left Just where he was before the order was introduced. We argued against the' abolition of the office of deputy chief ever since the beginning of this discussion and we are glad to see our arguments bearing fruit. We hope the committee on police will follow out another suggestion which we made to define the duties of the deputy so that he and the public may know what Ihe office carries with It besides the salary. The whole outcome Is a decided vlc- , tory for Deputy Batcheldcr, for we know the scheme of reorganization was conceived with a view to dispossess the deputy for political reasons. BehiniUri all Is that spirit of Jealousy which for...
DALY'S BALDERDASH. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 9 April 1904
DALY'S BALDERDASH. Mayor Daly In hie speech to the,A. 0. H„ ƒ— nttsneld, said that he wanted those of his race to so act that their conduct would change the words of the poet Orr, "He may be duped but won't be dared." to "He can't be duped and he won't be dared." it may have been necessary to thus exhort those of his race in Plttsfield, but we are quite certain that such advice is not needed by them in Cambridge, and If It was. they would be more likely to appreciate It from some one other than Mayor Daly. He and they know that his candidacy last full would never have been a reality were It not for the hope that he would "dupe" them. If the failure of his miserable effort has opened his eyas to the fact that he was unsuccessful, he should, first of all, give some assurance thnt he has abandoned his disposition to act the dupe before attempting to inculcate such principles on those who have shown thnt do not need the instruction. Maypr Daly further said: "I would have you spoil the s...
FOR WHOSE BENEFIT? [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 9 April 1904
FOR WHOSE BENEFIT? Rev. 0, .1. Boylan, a Roman Catholic priest, had something to say nt I'ittslield. recently, which is well worth reprinting for the benefit of Cambridge citizens. Said he: "I believe tho Irish people Should place principle above party and vote according to conviction rather than according to party lines. I believe this class will yet accomplish in national politics what Is now so evident in city and town politics. I should feel very much ashamed If I were not master of my own vote." The above we take from the Cambridge Tribune, and if it is intended for those who deserted the Democratic party for Mayor Daly we give it the benefit of our circulation. If it is not we cannot see where it logically applies to any others in Cambridge. Un ; less the sentiment. "I believe this class will yet accomplish In national polltics what Is now so evident in city and town politics." refers to the ascendency of the Democratic party, we fall to see any other way In which It applies f...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 9 April 1904
.Mayor Daly lv his communication to the common council goes again on record against the worklngmen of the city. It is not to the common council that the mayor should address his message but to the water board. The water board refuses to give the council any assurance that it will employ Cambridge labor on the work. The demand made on them Is jus. The majority of the people believe It to be just. The mayor and the board are therefore antagonistic to the common people. If the mayor was doing his duty he would point out to the water board that Cambridge citizens were entitled to llrst call and that the people's representatives were Justified ƒ— saving the people's rights. That he does not do that puts him in the same antagonistic attitude that has characterized the wa'er board In all such transactions. The failure to proceed with the work must be laid up to the mayor and the board. If the mayor did his duty he would remove those members of the water board who are determined to put the ...
RAPID TRANSIT. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 9 April 1904
RAPID TRANSIT. There will be a meeting of citizens Interested In the rapid transit problem held in the mayor's office-at City Hall on Wednesday evening next nnd the following questions, which hnve been formulated by the committee of which Alderman H. L. C'arsteln Is chairman, will be discussed: 1. Is It advisable and best to carry out the present law as contained In the acts of the legislatures of 18!&gt;4 and 1897, chapters 548 nnd 500 respectively, by building an elevnted structure the whole length from the new West Boston bridge to Murray street near Brattle squnre, or should the terminal be transferred to Harvard square, nnd the whole or part of the elevated structure be substituted by a subway? 2. If substitution by a subway Is preferable, how far should the subway extend? (a) From Harvard square to Kendall square? (b) i*Yom Harvard squnre to* I*l*ayette squnre? (c) From Harvard square to and under Dana hill, somewhere between or In Bay or Hancock streets? 3. Should the...
CARENTER-LEACH. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 9 April 1904
CARENTER-LEACH. The marriage of Miss Ethel Stewart Leach of Cnmbrldge and Gardner H. Carpenter of Brookllne took place last Wednesday evening at the home of the bride's parents. 176 Upland road. Cambridge. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Daniel Evans of the North avenue Congregntional church. The bride was attended by her sister, Miss Isabel Leach, nnd Stephen Wolcott of New York was best man. Mr. and Mrs. Carpenter will live In Medford.
FIRST VOLUNTEERS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 9 April 1904
FIRST VOLUNTEERS. Arrangements have been completed for the tenth nnnunl banquet of *the First Volunteers Citizens' Association, which is also the forty-third anniversary of the enlistment of Company C, Third Regiment. M. V. M., to be held at Citizen's Trade Association Hall on Monday evening, April 18th. 11104. The committee have been fortunate In having secured as principal speakers for the occasion. Hon. Thomns J. Gargan, a member of the Roston Rapid Transit Commission, and a well-known public speaker, and General W. W. Blackmar, past department commander of the G, A. R. It Is expected ns usual that all the living members of the company In this vicinity with their ladles will he present. A very excellent musical program has been nrranged. and the committee have left nothing undone to make the occasion an enjoyable one for all.
MANNING-McHUGH. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 9 April 1904
MANNING-McHUGH. There was ft large gathering of friends nnd relatives of Mr. John Frnncls Manning nnd Miss Mnry J. Christina Mcllugh at the residence of the bride's parents, 1697 Cambridge street, to witness the marrlnge ceremony uniting these two. The bride wms attended by Miss Gertrude Kelley nnd Mr. Michael IVifferty, wns best man. Mrs. Manning Is n graduate of the English High school clnss of '03, nnd Is well known In the musical circles In Cambridge and .Hoston. Mr. Manning Is well known In the West End, Hoston. There was n large number of hnndsome presents given to the young couple, among which were a marble clock, four oak rockers, 8 dozen silver knives, forks nnd spoons, two sliver fruit dishes, one large cut glass punch bowl and glasses. The groom's present to the bride was a handsome upright piano. Mr. nnd Mrs. Manning will reside nt 57 Mnrket street.
CONCERT AND DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 9 April 1904
CONCERT AND DANCE. The flrst grand concert and ball given by the Only Club was held ƒ— Cypress hall, Malta temple, Inst Monday evening. During the first pnrt of the evening an excellent wna furnished by the following persons: Miss 1.17.51e Sullivan, songs; Bugenle and Davie Smith, songs and dances; Halllday and Riley, coon shouters; Ilnrber and Valley, songs nnd dances; nnd John Keefe, Illustrated songs, the latter being assisted by (Veorge ('oiiK'hlnn. Dancing was then enjoyed by 200 couples until 2 o'clock Tuesday morning. The floor was In charge of Nell H. McLean, who was assisted by Arthur C. Follunsbee, and the following aids: F. Porter, C. Shaw, T. Hesket, W. B. Wolfendole, F. Painter, J. Holland W. Ottamus, W. Miller, F. C. Berke, P. Dllltousnyder. Among those present were noted: Mr. and Mrs. Edward Buctcher, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Relse, Bila Dorman, Katie Jones, Annie Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Drlnkwater, Florena Hicks. Elßle Fay. Kittle Wnalen, M-ir-garet Whnlen, Kittle Mc...
CAMBRIDGE ELKS [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 9 April 1904
CAMBRIDGE ELKS The Cambridge Ixidge of Elks can well congratulate Itself on the progress which it has made since its institution n year ago. The Lodge started with a list of 85. Wednesday night they celebrated their first anniversary with a membership of 225. When we assert that we noted among the members in attendance some of the most prominent business and professional men ƒ— our city and Somervllle we can safely add that quality of a high type is Just as characteristic of the lodge as quantity. ~ The exercises Wednesday evening were of a highly interesting character. The Installation Of officers Is a very Inspiring ceremony and It did not lose any if Its lmpressiveness at the hands of District Deputy McLaughlin and his efficient suite. The banquet was enjoyed by about 200 members and guests and the post prandium speeches were as so many gospels on the glory of elkdom. The presentation of a gold watch, chain and charm to the toast master of the nvenlng, past exalted ruler, John E....
NORTH CAMBRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 9 April 1904
NORTH CAMBRIDGE. James Onllngher will P|W thlnl bnae fur l.ynn this yenr. Onllngl,, I" one nf the fastest In-flelders In New England. He was a member of the C. H. &amp; U tmm thnt won the Inler.icholnstlc league rhnmplonshlp In 18(19. He also has played with the fast Mllford team last year. Captain Murray conducted a raid on the drug store of John Tupper last Sunday afternoon and secured a quantity of liquor. The captain was asslated by Patrolmen Brennan McCrehan, Holt, McNulty and Murray. Cambridge Latin School Is deriving a lot of practice playing with the Kludge Park Commissioners every day. Robert M. Welsh Is the gymnastic Instructor of the St. John's Ladles' Auxiliary. Albert Cote and Dennis J. Kelleher had a tierce buttle with a large musk rat In Sheridan square Inst Friday night. After a ten minute fight Mr. Kelleher succeeded In breaking the rat's buck with a Btone. vV hen measured he was found to be thirteen inches long. St. John's C. T. A. Juvenile Society have org...
COMMUNICATION. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 9 April 1904
COMMUNICATION. Editor of Cambridge SENTINEL. Dear United States of America Is a blessed country, not only because of Its being to the laborers better than any other country on earth, but because here exist so many benefit societies to alleviate the p:mgs nf human sufferers as acts of humanity and Christianity, one of these useful societies is the Associated Charities of Cambridge, 1 sincerely thank Misses Mary L. Wrtweli and F. Barett and Mrs. H. P. Shaw for assisting the Armenians. They fulfil their duty tn the best interests of the poor of the city. iSlgned.) Nnz Kyan.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 9 April 1904
CITT OF CAMBRIDGE. April 1., 1904. WILLIAM B. MILLIKEN hns petitioned for n license of the Sixth Class for tho sale of Intoxicating Liquors for Medicinal, Mechanical, and Chemical purposes, at No. 1032 Cambridge Street, In the room on the first floor of the promises, contiguous to the street, Stock to be stored In room In rear of store and In basement. By order of the Bonrd of Aldermen. EDWARD J. BRANDON. City Clerk. CITY OF CAMBRIDGE. April T*. 1904. GEORGE A. MILLER hns petitioned for n license of the Sixth Glass for the sale of Intoxicating Liquors for ModlHnal. M&lt;'ohanlcnl. and Chemical purposes, nt No. 853 Main Street, In the room on the flrst floor of th* premises, contiguous to the street. Stock to lie stored ƒ— room ƒ— rear of store and in bnsement. By order of the of Aldermen. EDWARD J. BRANDON. City Clerk. CITY OF CAMBRIDGE. April B, 1904. JOEL S. ORNE hns petitioned for a license Sixth Gtnss for the sale of Intoxicating Liquors for Medicinal, Mechanical, and ! ...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 9 April 1904
lug; Liquors for Medicinal, Mechanical, and Chemical purposes, at 476 Massachusetts Avenue, In the room on, the first floor of the premises, contfhg*uous to the street. Stock to be stored In room In rear of store and In basement. By order of the Board of Aldermen, EDWARD J. BRANDON. City Clerk. CITY OF CAMBRIDGE. April 6, 1904. WILLARD E. LANE, of the firm of E. C. GOVE &amp; CO., hns petitioned for a license of the Sixth Class for the sale of Intoxicating; Liquors for Medicinal, Mechanical, and Chemical purposes, at No. 635 Main Street, In the room on the first floor of the premises, contiguous to the street. Stock to be stored In room In rear of store and In basement. By order of the Board of Aldermen. EDWARD J. BRANDON, City Clerk. CITY OP CAMBRIDGE, April 6, 1904. MARCELLUS I. DOW has petitioned for a license of the Sixth Clasq for fhe sale of Intoxicating Liquors for Medicinal, Mechanical, and Chemical purposes, at No. 169' Pearl Street, In the room on the first floor o...