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THE PRETENDER. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 14 November 1903
THE PRETENDER. A correspondent, writing In the Tribune over the title "True Blue Democrat" asserts that tho Sentinel refera to the Non-Partisans aa "fierce coventors" and wonders "what they see In Daly," andtlays we are doln. it to "arouse bas«J feeling." . We submit that &lt;ho Tribune's correspondent b|s no*, yet learned the meaning of Inverted commas. The Sentinel made s quotation from one of the dally pa pers and "True Blue Democrat" should direct his animadversion at tbe original author and not at us. "True Blue Democrat" asserts thu 1 , the Covenanters did not ask Catholic Prince Charles (Pretender) to change when they followed blm to the death. We believe that the simile Is not apropos. In the days of Kite "Pretender" there was tome question Ss to "Wno wss pretender and who was King" but "God bless us all" there Is no doubt today who Is pretender and who ia tool. But did they follow him? He said to himself he was to restore their "religion and liberty." It Is not like...
THE NON-PARTISAN MACHINE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 14 November 1903
THE NON-PARTISAN MACHINE. The Non-Partlaan clamor about a Democratic board of strategy and machine methods was the veriest cant when the ring rule now being developed and machine methods of arranging preliminaries to an election are considered. It is Library hall all over again with the name changed. T.it fact that It haa taken Daly does not In the least degree mitigate the prac tleea of Library hall. They are no broader today than they ever were md t.hey were never broad only when they had to lie. Their machine lias In the past refused Coveney endorsement, they havf'now refused Dal&gt;. they have refused Donovan, they have refused Rody. they refused Ahem and Champlln tried to indict. Today they are currying favors of them. Is It because they like them? How those men change? Not at all. condition, have changed. Coveney Is no bettei Initjftdr minds now than he waB 11 nfonths ago, when he was calling them long haired men and short haired women, when he was denouncing them as B...
THE REAL QUESTION OF THE CONTEST. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 14 November 1903
THE REAL QUESTION OF THE CONTEST. The following letter from the city's foremost merchant has a significant bearing upon the city election. It expresses the judgment of the great majority of the fair-minded, keen-witted business men of tbe city. It is of the most vital interest to such men that the business of the city should be conducted on right principles, and their judgment ask the quality of work done by a public official Is extremely likely -to be accurate. Mayor McNamee may well Ignore tbe Irrelevant abuse which is being heaped upon him by political pot hunters and stand upon the solid facts of his official record. Mr. Corcorab'a letter follows: "Edlt6r Chronicle:—l have not signed any paper for any candidate for mayor nor do I Intend to. I imagine the confusion arises from tbe fact that there are two John H. Corcorans In the directory, and I presume the other gentleman signed the paper. "I shall cheerfully vote for Mr. McNamee If be Is a candidate for re-elec-tion, not that I...
POINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 14 November 1903
POINTS. On Kite allmalest of pretexta the-Non-partisan common council, on Tuesday night hes* up transfers In Btreet do partment appropriation*.amounting to $3100. It Is known by many who »re closely watching the antics of the Non-Partisans In the common council that this money Is being bold up for S* other purpose than to prevent Supt. of Street Shea from putting men to work. The order for the transfers was introduced In the board of aldermen Oct. 13, 1003. It was asked t.iat they be passed under suspension of the rules, as It has always been tbe custom to make transfers In street de part men t appropriations during -the fall. Mr. Alderman Coveney, however, moved that the order be referred to the committee on finance where It was held up for several weeks. The committee finally reported that the order "ought to pass" as originally Introduced in the board, subject to the opinion of the city solicitor. The city solicitor submitted an opinion to the effect that the transfers asked for ...
UNANIMOUS SENTIMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 14 November 1903
UNANIMOUS SENTIMENT. We print below a symposium to which every Democratic representative to the legislature contributes. The rumors of Democratic disaffection will now die out. These gentlemen are the chosen representatives of the party. They are authorized to speak for their constituencies. Three of them, Aylward, Deitrlck, and I .chan; have just been re-elected by Increased and triumphant majorities. The new man, Sennott, who succeeds J. F. Donovan, is exceptionally well qualified to express tbe feelings of old Ward 2. Tbe feeling of satisfaction with the administration Is not confined to tbe Democratic party. A great many good Republicans are making public declaration of their approval cf tbe McNamee administration. When tbe issues have been threshed out, and the falsity and bitterness of the Non-Par-tlsan claims exposed, the number of these Republicans will be enormously Increased. Tbe letters follow: Representative Aylward. To the Cambridge Sentinel: Mayor McNamee is before tbe...
Representative Lehan. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 14 November 1903
Representative Lehan. 1 To the Editor of the Sentinel: I am glad of a chance to say to all of my friends through your columns that 1 am heartily In favor of the reelection of Mayor McNamee. All reports to the contrary are without foundation. I believe he is a true and loyal man and Democrat. I havepledged to him and 1 now pledge to blm my constant, earnest and faithful allegiance, and I ask all my friends to join me in the effort to give him an overwhelming majority. HENRY F. LEHAN. East Cambridge, Nov. 12.
Representative Sennott. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 14 November 1903
Representative Sennott. To tbe Cambridge Sentinel: I am In the fullest accord with the administration of Mr. McNamee. The people of my district are with him to a man. They believe he has tried to give the city a square and honest administration, and that he has succeeded. As for myself, I should regard myself as untrue tc my principles: if I did not take off my coat and work night and day for bis vindication., and re-election. EDWARD J. BENNOTT. 248 Windsor street,, Nov. 13, 1903.
Representative Deitrick. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 14 November 1903
Representative Deitrick. To the Editor of the Cambridge Sentinel : I believe the administration of the city's affairs by Mayor McNamee will commend itself to all fair-minded, thoughtful people. It bas been fair, it has kept its pledges, It has been clean. I think he deserves to be reelected. The cry of bigotry and narrowneaa which haa been raised against him is an outrage. I know he is a broad-minded, liberal man. I shall do all I can to help hla re-election. FREDERICK 8. DnIITRICK. North Cambridge, Nov. 11, 1903.
CITY HALL. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 14 November 1903
CITY HALL. A careful official Is Joseph Johnson, Inspector cf meats, etc, He has condemned during the past week three or four hundred pounds of meat, In small lots from different stores in various localities. This goes to show that he la constantly on the alert, In the In teres! of the citizeus of Cambridge, Chief Cunningham of the Cambridge police Tuesday Issued a general order to the captains of the various stations Instructing all officers in the future to get more complete reports of accidents that occur In uielr precincts. The purpose of the order is to protect the city In casea ta - 'e claims arise from accidents. Sergeant .lames L. Mcl/eroy of Station 1, over whom the civil service commissioners and Mayor McNamee have had such a controversy, successfully passed the civil service examination which he took last Friday at the state house. This brings to a close another one of the much., talked of arguments against Mayor McNamee's administration. Reserve-officer Cornelius Sheehan...
NOT TO BE HOODWINKED. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 14 November 1903
NOT TO BE HOODWINKED. Cambridge. Nov. 12th. 1903. To the Editor of the Sentinel: Tbe ladies of the Woman's Political club of Cambridge have notified the Non-Partisan headquarters of Cambridge that they will not support their candidate for school committee man, but will do all In their power that they can for the Rev. J. H. Duckery. The ladies consider that there was no respect shown them by the Non-Partisans in sending for a candidate for school commute man. Knowing that their purpose in organizing was to support a colored man or o-" woman for the school board. There is little doubt but there will be from 500 to 600 colored women in Cambridge who will vide as the club meetings are very largely attended and great interest has been shown. (Signed.) WOMEN'S POLITICAL CLUB OF CAMBRIDGE.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 14 November 1903
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ST. JOHN'S COUNCIL CELEBRATE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 14 November 1903
ST. JOHN'S COUNCIL CELEBRATE. A Brilliant Affair in Institute Hall on Wednesday Evening—Mayor McNamee Leads ths Grand Msrch. The seventh anniversary ball of St. John's council. No. 193, Knights of Columbus, which was held In Institute hall on Wednesday evening of this week was a pronounced success. The hell was crowded.to Its utmoßt capacity with handsome lady friends of the members of the' council and their escorts and with the elaborately decorated dance, hall the scene was one long to be remembered-. Mayor ' McNamee, wtth Mlsa Catharine GL O'Brien led the grand march, and he was followed by Grand Knight F. T. O'Brien and Miss Margaret Moylan, and District Deputy T. W. QJood and Miss Margaret Newman. A concert program of four numbers preceded a dance coder of 22, some 200 couples participating. Among those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Jeremiah A. Kelllher, Andrew J. O'Nell. William Hogan, Miss Gertrude McKlm, Miss Ella Hogan, Wm. Bowen, Daniel B. Shaughnessy, Jr., Miss Kate Newman, ...
CLAN McINTOSH BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 14 November 1903
CLAN McINTOSH BALL. Clan Mcintosh No. 13, Order of Scottish Clans held Its eightesnth annual concert and ball in Prospect hall last Thursday evening and the affair was a grand success fully Aye hundred people being present. After an overture of (Scottish airs by Kirk's orchestra. Chief John Nesbltt escorted Mayor McNamee to the platform and in a brief address welcomed the audience and introduced Mr. Herbert Smith as the first artist who sang In excellent voice the standard on "The Braes o'Msr.' and was heartily sneered. Madame Barutlo sang 'he "Battle of Sterling," firing the heartß of the Scots and arousing the most rapturous enthusiasm, for on encore she gave "The Laird o' Cock Ren." Mr. George P. Martin sang "Jessie, the Flower o'Domblane." In a very acceptable manner. A violin solo was next on the program by John Provan. The star of the evening -was Blanche Glbbs, a handsome young miss, daughter of Madame Barutlo,' who sang a juvenile song, "Just ss Two Children Would Do." She h...
NORTON ASSOCIATES MAKE MERRY. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 14 November 1903
NORTON ASSOCIATES MAKE MERRY. The first fancy dress ball of tbe Norton associates, held in Prospect hall Monday evening, was in • every navicular a brilliant success. The ball was prettily decorated with American flags and bunting, and during the evening 150 handsomely custumed couples took tbe floor. The concert program preliminary to tbe dancing Included tbe following entertainers: Halllday and Goodwin. Johnson and Jones, Bam Moore, John Keefe, Jack Fey, Eddie Slane, Robert McKinley, Poole and Conway and Harry Conway. The grand march was headed by Daniel Halloran, Impersonating "one of the finest," and Henry Watts as -"Happy Hooligan." Next in line were Charles Smith as a denizen of the Ghetto, John Pagan, a school boy; Alfred August, a clonvn; Charles Hannnm. a second edlticn of "Wandering Willie; and James Conner as "81s Hopkins," Miss Alice O'Leary, In the picturesque garb of a Jewess, made quite a. sensation, while Manuel Cunha, in the war dress of an Indian, shared honors wit...
HEBREW EDUCATIONAL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 14 November 1903
HEBREW EDUCATIONAL ASSOCIATION. The Cambridge Hebrew La dies' Educational association at Its rooms at the Beth Izrael synagogue. last Monday evening, held a very, spirited special meeting, the subject to be discussed being a very important one. The Talmud Torah. a branch of the synagogue, invited the association to co-operate with them as both being engaged in spreading the knowledge amongst its own fold. The several speakers, ladies as well as gentlemen, were very eloquent in their addresses and recommended co-operation. However, as there are about as many for as against it and as some of those who desired to be heard were not yet given a chance, the meeting adjourning at a late hour, the question was not settled. Another meeting will be held at an early date and It Is hoped that satisfactory arrangements will be made and that the members of the ladies' association, who always showed a keen Interest In the welfare of the young ones as well as in bringing about the establishing of t...
BARN PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 14 November 1903
BARN PARTY. A barn party and dance was held in the new barn, which has Just been constructed on Ihe h'cspltal grounds, in aid of the Holy Ghost Hospital for Incurables. Fully 500 people were in attendance, and a substantial sum was netted to aid in defraying the expenses of the hospital. For the benefit of the lovers cf whist t'-bles were set In the lecture hall of the hospital and 75 games were in progress. Miss M. 0. Fltzpatrlck won first lady's prize and first gentleman's was won by Frank L&gt; Rogers, the second being captured by E. J. Cocney. Mrs. M. A. McQuade took the second ladles'. For dancing a large platform was constructed in front of the barn, covered In with a tent. The Iloor wsb under the direction of P. F. Draddy. assisted by Chief of Police Henry J. Cunningham. Refreshments were served In the barn, the following ladies serving as waiters: Mrs. William E. Doyle, Mrs. P J. Deidv, Mrs. James Myles, Mrs. R. J. McKeilegett, Mrs. P. J. Flnnegan, Mr*. A. Anderson, ...
CROSS-COUNTRY CHAMPIONSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 14 November 1903
CROSS-COUNTRY CHAMPIONSHIP. It has been decided that the crosscountry run for the champlonßhlp of the New England Amateur Athletic association will be started from the Cambridgeport gymnasium association's building, at the corner of Prospect and Cambridge streets, on Thanksgiving day morning, Nov. 26. The course selected covers 10 miles and extends over Broadway to Columbia, to Massachusetts avenue, over Harvard bridge to Beacon street, to Chestnut Hill reservoir and return. Tlie record for this course Is held by Frank N. Kanaly. who represented the Cambridgeport Gymnasium association a few years ago, of 54 minutes and 23 seconds. There will be given three prizes, gold, silver and bronze medals, the regulation N. B. A. A. U. die. The following are to act an officials: Referee, President M. F. Winston, St. Joseph C. T. A. of Lynn; starter, Joneph Bean, Cambridgeport Gymnasium association; Judges, Dr. T. H. O'Connor of St. Alphoniw A. C, Edward Walsh of Roanoke 8. and A. C, Frank X. M...
ST. JOHN'S COUNCIL K. OF C. SMOKE TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 14 November 1903
ST. JOHN'S COUNCIL K. OF C. SMOKE TALK. St. John's Council X. of C. opened Its. annual list of winter entertain-ments-by a smoke talk at their hall on Cambridge street, East Cambridge, last Monday night. The principal feature of the evening was a lecture given by Rev. Fr. Ryan, chaplain of the Cambridge council, upon his trip to Rome and the Holy land during the past year. It is needless to add that Fr. Ryan entertained the council in a pleasing-manner with his many ex.periences across the water. Among the others who contributed to the evening's entertainment were Messrs. Scanlan and Anglln, In vocal selections; Jess Kelley, sleight of hand performance, and the William brothers, the Flanagan midgets, and Lynch and Segue In sparring exhibitions. A collation was provided at tbe close of the evening's entertainment by Weber, the caterer.