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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 21 November 1903
It. looks as if no misrepresentation could be too gross, no slander t|D&amp; r j|oi,J, no malice too bitter, no trickery too unscrupulous, for his opponents to use against the Democratic candidate for Mayor. Don't take any stock in whai Vau read about him in the Boston Herald or Journal or in the Cambridge Tribune EVERY DEMOCRAT SHOULD REGISTER ANOTHER. Registrars in Session from 9 a.m. to io p. m. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, At the City Building, Central Square. iFizrraitu.i-'© Bargains ALWAYS FOUND AT J. A. HEDIN &amp; CO., 612 lo C2O Camliiitlge Street, - East Cambridge. SEE THAT RANCE? St ll't a 6LENWOOO Bg \ t rgl Them You can buy a Refrigerator li__^^^^£_9J^HEn or a Baby Carriage iilho, of the M very lieut miality at the very low- &lt;3p BH B est prieod from 8. H. Harrington, M I 107S-1079 Canbrldg* Sli.el. ■=- JAMES J. SHEA JOHN T. SHEA ! SHEA BROS. Undertakers and Embalmers WAREROOMS, 9 PEARL STREET Onioc, 407 Cambrldg.) Street. „ ~ "&gt; J...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 21 November 1903
LA HYEJtS. Telephone 1907-6 Main. Dietrick, .Duncan &amp; Wolcott, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, 110 STATE ST., Booms 803-804, BOSTON, MASS, Evening Office, 671 Mass. Aye., Cambridge. James B. Vallely COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW BrlgKS Building, Booms 62-65, 293 Washington St., - Boston. Tel., Main, 629, Vwldemce, 80 Amory St., Cambrldgeport J. Joseph Foley Attorney -at-Leaw 0&lt;K»l 8 Chrmklt Bid}.. 573 M»»»achn»etU Avenue Cambridge, Mas*. Tel. 825-4 Camb. J AS. F. AYLWARD. counbellob-at-law, Boom 347 Tbemont Building. TS Tremont Street, Boston, Mass. Evening Office, 671 Masssohuselts At., Cambrldgeport. Benldenoe, 148 Prospect Street, Cambrldgeport Tel . 1546-3 Hen-market. JOHN E. HANNIGAN ATTOBNEY and COUNSELLOB-AT-LAW Barristers' Hall, Pemberton Sq. JOHN J. SCOTT COUNSELLOB-AT-LAW 601 Pemberton Building Pqmberton Sq., Boston . TelartflSoo, Hnvmarkot 2286 Bestdenoe, 2 Leonard Arenas JOHN A. KELLEHER ATTOBNEY and CONNSELLOB-AT-LAW Tremont Building, Boom 845 Telephone, Havraarket 1245-3 ...
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 28 November 1903
THE CAMBRIDGE SENTINEL VOL I. No. 5. &lt;ALLIED PRINTING TRADE COUNCIL BOSTON, MASS.&gt; 81 CAMBRIDGE, MASS, NOVEMBER 28, 1903. PRICE THREE CENTS. The Cambridge Sentinel, A WEEKLY DEMOCRATIC PAPER Published every Saturday at 671 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge (Bos- ton,) Mass., BY THE SENTINEL PUBLISHING COMP'Y, SUBSCRIPTION, $1.00 PER YEAR Petition for entry as second-class matter matter entered at the Boston Post Office. SATURDAY, November 28, 1903.
THE RESULTS OF THE PRIMARIES McNamee, Daly and Scott. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 28 November 1903
THE RESULTS OF THE PRIMARIES McNamee, Daly and Scott. A light vote was cast at the primaries Tuesday. There were 6,351 votes deposited in all. The Democrats polled 3,400 votes; Non-partisans, 1,919, and tbe Socialists only 82 votes. The Democrats, owing to the aldermanlc contest, cast nearly double the Nonpartisan vote. The total vote cast was less than one-third of the total registered vote. The only contest on the Non-par-tisan side was the Donovan and Pollock fight for assessor, there being no contest for the aldermanlc nomination, as only eleven names had been filed for the eleven places. The successful Democratic aldermanic candidates were Stephen H. Harrington, J. Edward Barry, Michael Flynu, Alexander J. Sullivan, John T. Hart, Joseph O. Aothler, Edward B. James, Bdward H. McDuffee, Michael J. Anglln, Nicholas F. Burke and Thos. McDermott In Ward t, Peter F. MeSorley defeated Daniel E. McCarthy for renomlnatlon to tbe Common Oouncil by 22 votes. There is only a difference of ...
CITY GOVERNMENT [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 28 November 1903
CITY GOVERNMENT Only routine business waa transacted at the meeting Tuesday evening. The meeting waa called to order mt 8.18, President Good la the chair, AHerwt Doherty being absent oommunioaJhonb. A communication was received from His Honor, vetoing ttw pension of Jaa. Cunningham because he could not find out whether he had a legal residence ƒ— the city or not. Laid on tbe table; also tbe appointment of Nathan M, Phillips aa a weigher of coal. COMMITTEE REPORTS. The committee on public property reported, granting the superintendent of public buildings l.p contract with Harry Dustln Joll to furnish plans for the new- schoolhouse to be erected on the old mill pond site, tbe same as the Elm street schoolhouse plana. Laid on the table; also an order authorizing the Mayor to lease to tbe Leslie F. Hunting Camp, No. 12, Spanish War Veterans, a room ƒ— the Central square building under certain conditions. Order passed. Also an order giving leave to withdraw to Harrison W. Annable op a pe...
COURT NORTHERN LIGHT, F. of A. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 28 November 1903
COURT NORTHERN LIGHT, F. of A. Court Northern Light, F. of A., held a whist party and dance Saturday night for the benefit of two of It* members. Prospect hall wu prettily decorated for the occasion. Over 100 couples enjoyed the dancing. The committee of arrangement* included Frank Torngren, Oarl Johnson, Albert Llndau, Harry Osterland, Ltnuse Carlson, Martin Phil, Albert Smith, Carl Orr, Phil Lund, John Petersonv Nlles Anderson. Mrs. Bdward Manson, Mrs. James Peterson and Mrs. John Spring had charge of the refreshment tables. Among those present were Mr. and Mrs. Axel Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Oarl Orr, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Edmundson, Mr. and Mr*. James Plerson, the Mine* Vandle Smith, Nona Plerson, Bdmundson, Spring, Parson, Ms*. Fred Renahaw, Messrs. Fred Renshaw, John Monson, John Arnell, Fred Johnson, Han* Oondusom.
THE EAGLE SCREAMS. Cambridge Aerie, 185, F. O. E. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 28 November 1903
THE EAGLE SCREAMS. Cambridge Aerie, 185, F. O. E. Celebrate* Us Second Anniversary by Initiating Fifty-seven New Members and Holding a Grand Banquet. One ot tbe most elaborate and enjoyabla occasions that Eagledom has known ƒ— this city, or ƒ— tbla State, took place Sunday, when Cambridge Aerie, No. 185, celebrated ita second anniversary, ƒ— Prospect Hall. The hall was decorated ƒ— every conceivable place with American flags, while suspended from the celling streamers of red, white and blue formed a canopy, under which was held the banquet. Suspended from the centre was an American eagle, the emblem of the order. In the afternoon, ƒ— Malta hall, 57 new members were initiated Into the Aerie, and in the evening a banquet was held ƒ— Prospect hall. On the conclusion of the banquet the audience listened to speeches by the following: State deputy grand president for ■ Massachusetts, Francla Quinlan; past state deputy grand state president, John S. Sheehan; Mayor John H. H. McNamee, Alder...
LIBRARIAN GIFFORD RESIGNS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 28 November 1903
LIBRARIAN GIFFORD RESIGNS. The Cambridge Public Library is soon to lose its librarian, William L. B. Gilford, who, during his eight years fM service, has done so much to bnlld S and make available the splendid &lt;_■ lection which he has had under fl care. . - M Mr. Glfford has accepted the poaltlS or librarian of the Mercantile Libnufl Ascclßtion at St Louis, Mo., which ofl cuples relatively tbe same position la] that city that the Boston Athenaeunl does In Boston. It waa established _■ 1846, and is believed to be the oldest library the other side of the Mlssla-| slppl River. Mr. Glfford succeeds Horace Kephart, who now resigns after having held the position for 18 years. Mr. Glfford, whose removal to the West again emphasizes the fact that New England Is continually the supply centre for good material in the educational line, was born ƒ— New Bedford. Ho Is a graduate of Harvard, class of '84, which, by the way, was}, the same class that graduated Herbert Putnam, formerly l...
BENEFIT. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 28 November 1903
BENEFIT. A grand concert and dance waa given by F. A. Kennedy Mut. B A. ƒ— Cambridge Tower hall, Tuepday evening; It was a great success, and great credit waa due to the entertainment «__•' mlttee. The entertainment waa in' charge of the Hawthorne Club of Oharieetown. The program consisted of: Sang, lis) Dormans; reading. Miss Ella MeOstty; song, Mr. M. B Kennedy; song, Mr. T. Griffin; bock and wing, B. »p_r, song, J. E. Kelley; and n_,y -jfuiesV Dancing waa enjoyed until 13 n'ristf Among those present wets: Mr. M. J. Oslllns, Mr. M. Mac Donald, Mr. W. J. Berkley, Mr. J. Welch, Mr. T. OJaary, Mr. A. Poole, Mr. R, Parker, Mr. X. Cody, Mr. Mahar, Miss S. Brown, Mai X. Burke, Miss M. Whales, Mlas M. Howard. Miss A. H. Haley, Miss M. Haley, Miss B. Cooper, and aaay others.
CROSS COUNTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 28 November 1903
CROSS COUNTRY. The annual cross-country run for the championship of the New Baglaal Amateur Athletic association teak place Thursday morning. The start was from the Cambridgeport gjmna slum, over Broadway to Columbia, to Massachusetts avenue, over Harvard bridge to Beacon street to Chestnut hill reservoir and return, a distance of 10 miles. Out of 20 entries 17 showed up at t__ start. The winners were Fred H. Haarer, St. Alpbonsus A. A.; time, 00 minutes, 86 seconds, first; John 8. Brawley, St Alphonaua A. A.; time, 66 minutes, 57 seconds, second; and Daniel J. Kneeland, Ward 9 gymnasium, time no minutes, 46 seconds, third. The race was in charge of N. F. Wav ston, President; N. B, A, A. W. refereei Joseph Bean, 0. G. A., starter; A. J, Lin, St. Joseph's, Frank McGrath, St Joseph's A. A„ and Thomas F. Riley, O. G. A„ Judges at the finish; B. F. Walah, ROanoke S. and A. C, timer, and William Hynea, clerk of course: The starters Included Fred HO. Haarsr, John S. Brawley, Thomas J. Fly...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 28 November 1903
* * OUR CHALLENGE + * We challenge the Non-Partisan Municipal party to point £fk early in thi campaign* so that every voter may have time to consider and pass judgment upon them, every extravagant expenditure, every example of mkmanagenxnt, tery instance of inefficiency, every act of dishonesty, every attempt at unfairness oTwhich Mayor McNamee _ administration has been guilty ia tbe past two y&amp;rs. If they can point out any of these things they ought to do it now* Tbim public will be suspicious of broadside roorbacks issued during the dosing hours of the contest
DEMOCRATIC TICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 28 November 1903
DEMOCRATIC TICKET. k/ . FOBMAYOB. I-. I JOHN H. H. McNAMEE. |. ASSESSOR. I JAMES T. BABBBTT. | BOHOOL COMMITTEE. |Vj, HHNBY DUOKBBT, at large. HEtILIP M. FITZSIMMONS, Ward 2. \ TwiLLIAM A. DAVIS, Ward 7. ! GEORGE A. PBRB3NJ, Ward 9. , ALDERMEN. , MICHAEL J. IANGLIN. 1 JOSEPH O. AUTHIBR, ! J J. BDWARD BARRY. NIOHOLAS F. BURKE. ' ?,? MICHAcEL H. FLYNN. «&amp;• STEPHEN H. HABBINGTOK. JOHN H. HART. BDWABD B. JAMBS. THOMAS McDERMOTT. BDWARD H. McDUFFBB. ALEXANDER J. SULLIVAN. COMMON COUNCIL. WABD 1. DANIEL J. DINAN. PBTBB J. McSORLBY. I WARD 2. WILLIAM M. HOGAN. MAURICE REARDON. WABD s. DANIEL ORONIN. JEREMIAH F. DOWNEY. WABD4. . JAMES P. KNEELAND. JAMBS A. BOGERS. WABD 5. ■ JOHN S. KENNEY. ■ BDWARD F. SAVAGE. ■ WARD 6. ■ WILLIAM L. CASBY. P JOHN F. McKBNNA. I WABD 7. f JAMBS L. BERKLEY. JOSEPH P. LBARY. WABD 8. . JOHN P. BBBNNAN. JAMES H. STOKES. WARD 9. MORTIMER GALLIVAN. PBTER J. KBNNBY. WARD 10. BDWARD P. CLARK. JOSEPH A. FEGAN. WARD 11. DAVID J. NELLIGAN. THOMAS P. O'NEIL.
THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS AGAIN [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 28 November 1903
THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS AGAIN ■wr ■ h We quote from a Tribune editorial of tlast week: |F"Only two candidates for school com•r mlttee are nominated (by tbe Demo--5 crate), and it Is possible that a shrewd | political trick will be played in this 'Connection. For this reason it be- . hooves every one interested ƒ— the public schools to increase the registration Rs_ men and women voters, lest tbe ! friends of the schools be caught napBfteg ƒ— fancied security." We wonder what is the shrewd polltl teal trick the Democrats may be trying to play. Their candidates are Mr. Geo. I A. Perkins, who is too well known ƒ— the city to need introduction; Dr. Fitzjpftunons, who has Just completed five '. yeara of good service on the school S board; Rev. Mr. Duckrey, a Baptist minister, and Mr. Wm. A. Davis, a ■ high class man ƒ— the employ of the ■ Riverside press. If all are elected, the • Democrats will have five members, the fifth being Mr.'Charles IL Thurston. C To preserve tbe schools from the evil...
REPUBLICAN DISCONTENT. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 28 November 1903
REPUBLICAN DISCONTENT. The new Boston Journal, after some wavering aad wobbling, has at last decided to be a Republican organ. It is especially interesting in the Cambridge ifon-partiaan cause. It believes thoroughly in. Republican partisanship wherever the Republicans are ƒ— a majority. Where Democrats are the masters, it is for Non-partisanship. Anything to down the Democrats! In an efteaordlnary editorial published a few days ago it makes a bitter attack on Democrats in general, using the words, "(he symptoms have already manifested themselves (in Cambridge City Hall) of the characteristic Democratic tendency for personal and partisan profit" ' This ia the sort of rot that is kept on tap in the editorial columns of Republican papers like the Boston Journalpapers which seem to delight ƒ— palliating and extenuating the fearful dishonesty of Republican officials in Washington, ƒ— Cuba and ƒ— Pennsylvania. His the kind of impudent slander upon which the contest was made against the C...
THE NON-PARTISAN SITUATION [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 28 November 1903
THE NON-PARTISAN SITUATION Two weeks ago we published ƒ— the most conspicuous place and manner in our paper the following: "We challenge the Non-partisan Municipal party to point out early in the campaign, ao that every voter may have time to consider and pass judgment upon them, every extravagant expenditure, every example of mismanagement every instance ot Inefficiency, every act of dishonesty, every attempt at unfairness ot which Mayor McNamee's administration haa been guilty ƒ— the past two years. If they can point out any of these things, they ought to do ft now. The public will be suspicious of broadside roorbacks issued during the closing hours of the contest" The utter dumbness, the significant silence, with which this pertinent demand has been received by the party upon whom It waa made, leads us to think that either they don't Intend to make any reply at all, or else that they mean to wait till the laat moment and then attempt to deceive the voters, by publishing, aa they ...