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JOHN P. BRENNAN. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 21 November 1903
JOHN P. BRENNAN. John P. Brennan, candidate for the common council from Ward 8, was born in Cambridge, March 1. 18*6. He received his early education In the public schools of this city and Is a graduate of the Boston University Law School, class of 1903, being adm'ttedto the bar In August of that year. He was a candidate for the same office last year and came within 78 votes of election. He Is connected with the Hon. John P. Feeney of Woburn In bis Boston law office, He IS a member of Cambridge council, X. of ft, and division 37, A. O. H., and has been a member of the Democratic, ward and city committee for the past two years.
JOHN S. KENNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 21 November 1903
JOHN S. KENNEY. Candidate for the common council from Ward 5, was born In Boston, May 18, 1857. He received his ejducmtlon In the Boston public schools. He served In tho 4th V. P. cavalry In the Indian ;.var on the frontier from 1874 to 1879. Was appointed on the Boston tire de- ' WtmenUln 18% promoted ''tw«tt"jh, »)«. vinous grades "until he reached tne rank of captain. He resigned from the fire department to go into business for Himself In 1898. He Is chairman of tne board of trustees of the Fireman's relief association. Member of Bunker Hill council, X. Of C, and various other organizations, Ts past commander TrlmounUlngsrrlson. R. N. N. A., and I* a member of the Ward 5 Democratic city committee. He Is married and lives at 17 Oak street.
JAMES P. KNEELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 21 November 1903
JAMES P. KNEELAND. Candidate for the common oounril from Ward 4, was bom in this city, January 14, 1877. He received hie education In flf. Mary's parochial school and Acqnlnas college, He has been employed by the University City laundry, and Ihe Eastern Transfer company He I* vice-president of tne Middlesex A. A. and a member of the I-tundry Wagon* union, lekal 160.
CHARLES W. GARDNER. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 21 November 1903
CHARLES W. GARDNER. i Democratic candidate for the common council from Ward 6, was born In fiermany, Dec. 10, 1866. He received bis education In the common school, and wag graduated irom the high school at Sclan, Germany. He came to the United States in 1886, and settled In Cambridge. He 1b engaged in the restaurant business on, Main street. He is a member; oi I. O. O. F.. Et. Johannes lodge, 801, N. V., and tbe Henilrickss club. ,
PATRICK H. HYDE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 21 November 1903
PATRICK H. HYDE. Candidate for the common council from Want 3, was born in Somerville, March 9, 1878. When ne was one year of age bis parents removed to Cambridge, where he has since resided. He received his education In the Cambridge public schools. He Is employed by the J. P. Squire company. He Is a member of Cambridge court, M. C. O. V., division 52, A. 0. H. and Columbia associates.
FRED E. THYNG. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 21 November 1903
FRED E. THYNG. Candidate for the common council from Ward 4, was born In Boston, July 20, 1867. His education was received In tbe Phillips grammar school In that city, after which be learned tbe trade of steam-fitter with the Walker &amp; Pratt Manufacturing Company of Boston, where" he remained for eight years, He then went into the advertising business, In which line he has since remained. He removed to Cambridge 18 years ago and has ever since lived in old Ward 2. He has taken an active interest in all labor movements and la a member of the National Alliance Bill Posters and Billers of America, being affiliated with local Union No. 17 of Boston. He Is also a delegate to the Central Labor Union of Boston and is ex-president, of Unlen No. 7011, A. F. of L. He Is also a . member of Distributors Protective Union, No. 127. He Is also a member of several social and benevolent organizations. He is married, has five children and resides at No. 2 Lamson place.
MCLAUGHLIN DECLINES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 21 November 1903
MCLAUGHLIN DECLINES. Frank A. Mclaughlin sends to the Sentinel a letter of withdrawal as candidate for Democratic assessor on Tuesday, and asks all his friends to vote tor Alderman James T. Barrett. Cambridge, Nov. 20, 1903. To the Editor of Uhe Sentinel—l desire through your valuable paper to withdraw as a candidate for assessor before the Democrats of Cambridpe and desire thst all my friends should vote for James T. Barrett, for that office In the primaries on Tuesday next and at the polls on Dec. 16. frank a. Mclaughlin.
McNAMEE CLUB, WARD SEVEN. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 21 November 1903
McNAMEE CLUB, WARD SEVEN. Tho newly organized Democratic club in this ward Oielcl an enthusiastic rally in their rooms on River street. Monday evening. In spite of the Inclement weather fully 300 en thuslastlc Democrats turned out. The rooms were filled and an overflow meeting was held in the open air. Samuel F. McArthur was tho presiding officer. The speakers were Fran cis P. Curran. Francis P. White, candidate for nldennan: Edward H. MrDuffle, candidate for alderman, Thomas .MrDermott, candidate for alderman, and .Mayor John IL H. McNamee. Mayor McNamee spoke on the necessity of reeistratlon. and urged tho members of the club to "get out and hustle." Committees were appointed to canvass the various districts of the ward and get all those who are eligible on. the voting list. The club has nearly 100 enrolled members and applications are coming lv rapidly.
"LE BARBIER." [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 21 November 1903
"LE BARBIER." Rehearrals are going on well for the annual production by the Cerclo Fran cals of Harvard university, to be given Christmas week."Le Barbier de Seville." which has been Belccte?d, Is proving a rather difficult play for amateurs, especially when they are pit born with a limber French tonrue and limber lips. Then there is n great deal of rather complicated ne lion and by-play. In spite of all this. Prof. Bernard, who Is coaching the men, reports good progress, even, too, In face of the fact thnt Mr. Thohl, who has been working hard on his pan. of Almavlva. is 111 and unable to go on with It. and Mr. Thonrpson. who. It will be remembered, played the "Menteur" last year, and to whom had fallen the not easy part of Figaro, Is unexpectedly about to leave college. There is Belittle time left that Mr. Duponey, graduate of L-'Ecole Normale, and sent to Harvard this yenr by the French gov eminent will be asked to take tie Figaro part
DOMINION CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 21 November 1903
DOMINION CLUB. At the last meeting of the newly organized Dominion club, held In Prospect hall, lawyer Benjamin A. Lockhart addressed the meeting on the opportunities for the development of the organisation. He spoke of the need of such an organisation, and the wide field of usefulness open to It, especially in Interterestlng Canadian born people to become Informed on all matters that should be of interest to a man discharging his full duties as a citizen. He held that one of tho needs today in Massachusetts was a kreeter. In t«rc*.t |n affairs of city and state that •would"i«a to Intelligent votlpg. tjj was hlWnOplnion that the club-tshould; not be partisan In any sejnso or sectarian, but that tho objects as stated. In the constitution to benefit socially and generally Hr members, andr-the Canadian born of this city. If tho Objects of y&gt;,o club were carrlod out, he said. It could hot fall to benefit and be of value to the state. His remarks wore greeted with applause, an...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 21 November 1903
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LOCAL BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 21 November 1903
LOCAL BREVITIES. Cambridge will be well represented in the coming six-day bicycle race-, widen is to be held in New York, Dec. S, 1903. Nat Butler and George Leander have formed a team. Both or these men have boon successful in capturing several prizes during the past season. Mr. Fred Partridge and An gust McDonald, who were successful in capturing a prize in tine six-day event of last year, have decided te i-enew their efforts, and if possible win other prizes this time. The will of the late Daniel Mooney was filed at tbe Middlesex probate court, East Cambridge. In It Mr. Mooney bequeaths $1000 to the Holj Ghost hospital for incurables, and the remainder of his estate to be divided among his wife and family. A still alarm called members of hose 1 and ladder 1 to 10 Palmer street Sunday mornjng at 10.30, where a fire was discovered in the apartments used by De Young's automobile station. The cause was an overheated furnace. The damage was about $10. Mrs. Lydla Hodges Clark, aged 77....
CITY GOVERNMENT. BOARD OF ALDERMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 21 November 1903
CITY GOVERNMENT. BOARD OF ALDERMEN. Routine matter, only, occupied tbe attention of -the board Tuesday evening, it being tbe shortest session ot the year. No Important business was transacted. President Good presided at tho meeting ot the board. All the members were present. Mayor's Appointments. The mayor sent In the appointment of Thomas J. McGowan and Joseph King to be call-men. Communication was received fro a his honor the mayor, transmitting one from the state auditor in regard to the apportionment of the expense of making Cambridge's sharj of the ne«v Prison Point bridge $5800, also one I rum the superintendent of bu'lillngs lor n transfer of appropriation. Referred lo roe committee on finance. Petition's and Communications. To the committee on soldiers' aln. application of Eliza A. Ball for soldiers relief. To the committee on highways of this board, petition ol Mrs. Mary Major et al. for lowering of edgestcne ul! Welelen street, in trout of passageway loading from Fenno str...
COMMON COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 21 November 1903
COMMON COUNCIL. tt-ftWsda Kvrning, Nov. 17, 1003. In il .-! ,ne of President Clark the .• , ; „ ;■# called to order by Clelk Cotttlhau. Herbert U. Rhoaeles wa* ele !'. i • sident pro tern. T"' 4 ' " lNrfi)«s order was Introduced by Mi Ketone und referred to the commit .ie tsrm; Ordeiml—That the committee in j.nrks consider the advlsalo .. ~. ~v'_ibllsliliig a bath house on •■ i ;i -Ide of Rindge avenue at i f, n.ixt west of Clifton stre ■ »: B&lt;si*i -:roduced the following ord is also referred to the cor. !..;cum parks: Ord ' —That the cofflUMjte on parks be requested lo e ii ii-i •ft! ihe trustees of the Cambrkif,,. (rattle! brary as to the advisability of establishing a reading room in the Stutter on Cambridge field. The acclmpnnylng order was introduced by Mr. Downey, and like the two preceiing. was referred to tbe committee on parks: Ordered —That the coram&amp;tce on parks be requested to considei the advisability of providing a play (round along the Esplanade...
COLONNE FRANCAISE [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 21 November 1903
COLONNE FRANCAISE Messieurs les votants Democrates, J'espere que vous n'oublierez pas les principles de la lot "I.uce" lo 24 No.embre proehaln, mais il ne faut pas vous effroyes vous ne vous compromettez en rien. vous vote?, seulement voire parti. Si vous croyez que l'eche - in Authier a fait son devoir l'anneo clernlere, rendezvous au Odd Fellows' Hall lo 24 Novembro, et votez pour sa nomination. Ne vous laissez pas trom- pear par quelque Non-partiajum gui font ' la rondo, en diaant Authier east certain de aa nomination, venet nous endoaaer, MetMleur*, l'eohevln Authier e*t certain de sa renomlnatlon, at you* taltea votre devoir en allant endoaser sa candidature le 24 Novembre, at you* ne fallen cela 11 ne sera pas elu, car avant d'etre elu II faut avoir la nomination vous ne pouvez pa* endoaser ,68 Mon-partlsans et dcs Democrates. I es Nun-partisans present peut etre falnre plalslr aux t ranco-Americans en .neltant en nomination deux Canadlen*. | poir coneelllers, iuais Messieurs,...
SURPRISE PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 21 November 1903
SURPRISE PARTY. A host of t'.ie friends of William A. Montgomery, son of Supt of Parks lames A. Montgomery, gathered at his residence, No. 406 Columbia street, on Tuesday evening, to give I.lm a surprise, and it was indeed one The friends came from Somervillo, South Boston. Newton and Cambridge, and after enjoying themselves through various forms of entertainment they "nrantr a "surprise" by presenting their host with a life size crayon portrait of himself, very elaborately I'ramecl. The presentation speech was made by Muster Johnnie Kelly of Winsor street, who spoke for the many frierds present. It was at a late hour tnat the company dispersed, after a very enjoyable evening.
MR. KENNEY'S QUESTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 21 November 1903
MR. KENNEY'S QUESTIONS. The following correspondence between Mr .Huntington Savllle and Mr. John s; Kennoy, candidate for me common council, Ward 5, is interesting, and is published without other comment than that we think Mr. Kenney knows how to hit a nail en the head. GOOD GOVERNMENT LEAGUE OF CAMBRIDGE. Cambridge, Mass., Nov. 13, 1903. Mr. John S. Kenney, 17 Oak street: Dear Sir—The Good Government league publishes each year in a paper which it sends to every member, and publishes In the newspapers, a short account of each candidate. It will be of much assistance, and will confer a great favor, if you will send me a brief statement about yourself, setting forth, so far as you think necessary, the public offices you have held heretofore; yoiir other experiences In public affairs; your age, education, occupation, and business experience; your length of residence here; the organizations of which you are a member; and any other information concerning yourself or your purposes or prin...