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INFAMOUS BUT CONTENTED. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 28 November 1903

INFAMOUS BUT CONTENTED. Jeremiah F. Donovan waa elected to the House of Representatives four or five times by the Democrats of old Ward 2. His salary ƒ— that office was A most important part of his yearly Income. He frequently gave public expression of gratitude to hla Democratic fellowcitizens for the honors they had bestowed upon him and the confidence they had expressed in him, and as frequently gave his solemn pledge that no act of hla would ever dishonor them; that he would never be other than loyal to them; that the power which they had placed in his hands would ever be held aa a sacred trust to be employed, not for his personal good, but for the good of the Democratic party. ' It seemed on the surface, at one time, as if these pledges were sincerely given. In the city election of 1901, he was one, of* the leading figures at the Democratic rallies. He Joined with seeming ■heartiness ƒ— making the question of re-adjusting tax valuations the leading Issue Of the contest He asser...

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THE SUBURBAN'S ESTIMATE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 28 November 1903

THE SUBURBAN'S ESTIMATE. The following estimate of Mr. John T. Shea, superintendent of streets, was published editorially ƒ— the Suburban before It suddenly and unexpectedly became a staunch supporter ot Mayor Ohamplln. Since th* Suburban changed It* colors, which we hardly think It did for mere love of Non-partisanship or even of General Ohamplln himself, It has been very violently opposed to Mr. Bh**, printing all aorta of "rubbish" about him, as well as about other matters pertaining to the cause of Democracy and the doings of Democrats: JOHN T. SHEA. "Mr. John T. Shea Is rather a remarkable man. "He baa strong convictions and great courage and ability. He ha* been for years th* lon* advocate of no-llcense ƒ— But Cambridge, a Motion of th* city which rote* vary heavily for llcenss and which haa within It* gift all that Mr. Shea *v*r hop** to get aa an actlvs politician. Wh*n h* served Bast Cambridge ia th* Boom of B*pre*entatlv*s hto record WM a* «H— v new fallen " "'fi,!' ."hijh...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 28 November 1903

A VOTE FOR MAYOB McNAMEE MEANS HONEST GOVERNMENT, IMPARTIALLY ADMINISTERED.

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TEMPER A VIRTUE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 28 November 1903

TEMPER A VIRTUE. The aggressiveness of Mayor McNamee baa sometimes given trouble to our contemporaries. We can remember when the same trait was giving them trouble in some other good Mayors also, and then some of "our beat" citizens' heartily approved of a man with a temper. We can recall, many years ago, when whom to choose for mayor waa a perplexing question, to bear the late Frank L. Chapman say he was in favor of Col. Bancroft, because If elected he "would be mayor." We can remember when Mayor Bancroft was seeking a re-election to hear the late Mr. Allison, In a speech ƒ— Union Hall, say that three were controversies as to whether IShakespeare wrote Shakespeare and on the authenticity of tbe Bible and many other questions. "But there Is no question who has been mayor of Cambridge this year." On tbe same platform ex-Mayor Hall said, speaking on temper, "I would not give much for a man who baa not a temper; the question is has he been a good mayor." There Is no question about who ...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 28 November 1903

HB STANDS FOB ALL THAT IS CLEAN, ALL THAT IS HONEST, ALL THAT IS FAKR, JOHN H. H. McNAMEE.

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WALCOTT'S HYPERBALE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 28 November 1903

WALCOTT'S HYPERBALE. The Non-partisans have all along decried partisanship in municipal affairs and have been loud ƒ— their protestations against any consideration or reference to one's race or religion. The consistency with which tbey adhered to their Non-partisan profession when in control was the political predilections of those on whom they conferred their favors was discovered. Their aversion to race and creed, as means to an end partakes of the same hypocrisy, although necessity has compelled them to reverse their habit in the choice of men, and has forced them to turn to those of whom, less than a year ago, they were declaring with dramatic grandiloquence, "LOOK AT THEIR TICKET; ALL OF ONE FAITH AND ALL INCOMPETENT." Having thus been compelled to take to their bosom men on whom they showered their contempt and repudiation last year, and other years as well, they have arrived at the point where they Imagine that their apparent change of disposition will delude those whom they ...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 28 November 1903

HERE IS A MAN OF THE PEOPLE WHO BELIEVES IN THE PEOPLE AND WORKS ONLY FOR THB PEOPLE. HB HAS KEPT FAITHFULLY EVERY PROMISE MADE, J. H. H. McNAMBE.

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IS DALY A TRAITOR? [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 28 November 1903

IS DALY A TRAITOR? To give an abstract answer to that question taking the affirmative view might sound harsh, and perhaps Id a strict and technical definition might not be true. The dictionaries define the word "Any one who acts falsely to bis friends and Joins their enemy." This definition permits of a broader view than a point blank "yes." Conditions and circumstances, past and present, may be drawn upon either in mitigation or in derogation of bis affiliation with the Non-partisans and against the Democrats. In tbe first place we ask, has Daly been "false to his friends," has he Joined their enemies?" We speak politically. If he has, he is a traitor. The question comes, were the Democrats his friends, and did the relations, socially and politically, usually between friends, exist between them; were other affinities binding blm to tbe mayor portion of the Democratic party, which should, all things considered, make the cohesion between them more binding. If so, has his party given ...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 28 November 1903

WB AIM TO GIVB JUST CONSIDERATION TO THB CLAIMS OF ALL OUB OUTIZBNB.

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SOME HISTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 28 November 1903

SOME HISTORY. There Is some secret history behind tbe contest In the city council which resulted ƒ— Donovan's 'election by the Republican members to fill out a vacancy in tbe board of assessors for the •remainder of 1908. Mayor McNamee, though 50 years old, was a novice in the game of politics. His training lay ƒ— the plain, , straight ways of legitimate business. The devious bidden methods of the poll tlcal expert were to him occult mysteries. Coveney and Donovan were old campaigners and professional place hunters. They thought the amateur McNamee an easy proposition. Acting independently ot each other, each of tbe two demagogues saw an opportunity. The party was solidly united, the organization harmonious and strong. Coveney's plan was to deprive the mayor of the support of tbe Democratic majority in the board of aldermen. He, being the president of tbe board, would then be In a position to dictate the party policy. This would give him practical control of the party, and it would ...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 28 November 1903

WB HOLD GOOD CITIZENSHIP FAB ABOTB RAOB OR ORBED.

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TO ALL CITY EMPLOYEES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 28 November 1903

TO ALL CITY EMPLOYEES. We understand that one Maskell, a Republican healer and leader of the A. P. A.'* in this city Is going about threatening police officer* with discharge if thay do not vote according to bis dictation. Daly to to be elected, he says to them, and It you do not promise me you will vote for him, I will see (h*t charges are preferred against you, aad when you are brought before him for your trial, you will be dismissed from th* department. We have no comment to make aa to tbl* sort of political warfare, except that It 1* truly and characteristically Non-parttoan. We can prove that Maskell has bean doing thj* work for th* Non-partlaan Municipal party among th* polios and Or* department*. -So tar a* Mayor McNamee I* *o»--earned, h* wishes it to b* thoroughly "P?*!? 904 ' ttat • yM * o, f •teP"W» m •taotattfy free to exercise bis suffrage •*o«*ag to hla own Judgment, wu-out th* slightest tear of th* consequences. The only nil* th* members of thos* de- . pertinents most...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 28 November 1903

ALL OFFIOB HOLDERS _tCBT' GIVE INTELLIGENT AND FAITHFUL SERVICE TO HOLD TEfBIR POSITIONS. The result of rancor indujged in in Non-partisan quarters on the school question was an unprecedented eagerness on the part of Non-partisan women to get registered. The Democrats made no attempt to fight on tbe school questions and went so far as to suggest to the Non-partisans to try and arrive - with them at an agreement to support the same candidates, an offer that was rejected by the Non-partisans; The spirit manifested by them ƒ— not nominating Dr. Fitzslmmons after asking him if he would accept a nomination reveals their disposition toward that class "of our citizens. It is the same shown along the whole line of municipal government when they were able to win. In this case they have thrown the gauntlet at the feet of their opponents and some day It will be taken up. The Impetus given to the registration of their women was due to the hysterical vaporing of a young woman, who If her writing...

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THE GOO-GOOS AND THE NONS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 28 November 1903

THE GOO-GOOS AND THE NONS. Air—"The Shan Van Voght."* Ob, have ye beard the news? Says the Shan Van. Voght, The latest campaign news, ~ Says the Shan-Van Voght. Arrab! have ye heard the news? The poor "Nons" have got the blues, And they're fighting tbe Goo-Goosl Says the Shan Van Voght. And what has caused the fight? Says the Shan Van Voght; Faith it may be only spite, Says the Shan Van Voght - Sure It may be only spite, For tbey weren't treated right They're a tall to Ohamplln's kite, Says the Shan Van Voght 'Twas the machine caused It sill Says the Shan Van Voght; And the Goo-Goob now must crawl! Says the Shan Van Voght; 'Twas the machine caused It all, With dark lanterns ƒ— a hall; Tbey creatures small I Says tbe Shan Van Vogbt And why did they do tbat? Says the Shan Van Voght Oh! perhaps to fry some fatl S.ijs tbe Shan Van Voght Or to please^false Mike or Matt .leny, Jobtrf or Gus, or Nat Or the sulky Democrat Says the Shan Van Voght But 'tis Champlln holds tbe strings, Says the...

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HEBREW CITIZENS' CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 28 November 1903

HEBREW CITIZENS' CLUB. At a meeting ot the Hebrew Citizens' Club of Cambridge held Sunday th* following officers were elected: Goodwin A. isenberg, president; Samuel'W. Pin, vice-president; Samuel W. Richmond, second vice-president; David .A. Marshall, secretary; Hyman Pill, treasurer; Louis Jacobeon, Samuel W. Richmond, Hyman Roaman, Hyman PHI, Lout* Thomas, Louis Sborofsky, Max White aad Max Salmenson on th* ways and means committee. " The meeting was largely attended and was addressed by Abraham J. Bennett The club ha* been In existence now tor one year, and comprises th* majority of Hebrew citizens of Cambridge, a great many of whom are v*ry well known In business and social functions throughout th* city.

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 28 November 1903

bvbry ornzßN Bab a right TO BXPBOT COURTEOUS TREATMENT FROM ALL OTJB PUBLIC S_mVAiN_-, TK|g w» HAVB GIVEN AND WILL CONTINUE TO GIYsV ' i • • .

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MANY OF OUR ... ... THEM EARNEST THANKS ... THE ... THAT THE PAST ... HAS ... TO THEM. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 28 November 1903

MANY OF OUR ... ... THEM EARNEST THANKS ... THE ... THAT THE PAST ... HAS ... TO THEM. Mayor McNamee to thankful because h* ha* th* aatlafaction of knowtog Oat the ettlaan* of Cambridge, Irrespective of party, consider him an honeat and efficient publip servant and appreciate "hi* **rvice* to such an extent that his re-elecUon to considered certain. Hon. Edgar R. Ohamplln, chairman of the Non-partlaan Municipal Party, to thankful that "Billy" Gaiton, the royal good fellow, waa not elected governor, _ud; that the McNarya, McSweeneya, 3teg*i_lda, and Donovina, will fcot be to power at the State House, i ... William D. Donovan, >the fll*rfc at the Democratic headquarters, Is thankful that the Republican boasts of the large number of men they were going to register did not prove true, and that the Democrats, as usual, beat their opponents in the work of registration. Hon. Frederick W. Dallinger is thankful that his dear friend is at the head of the Non-partisan "machine" and ...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 28 November 1903

CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of The SENTINEL: Tbe forerunner of foul play Is generally prejudice, class distinction, race and religious distinction and! kindred nonsense. However, nonsense as it is, it has been the source of trouble for these few thousand years and caused much suffering and the bloodshed of many millions of human beings. But, gradually, as foul play is being replaced by fair play, it lessens the suffering of mankind and assures the progress of the world which is but Its natural outcome. The former was and Is always, in greater or less extent, ƒ— evidence when the autocratic "Blue Blood"-cd are accorded the power of rule. I do not propose to go back Into remote ages for proof of my statement, but rather would suggest to look for It right here ƒ— the city of Cambridge. When we look back of the happenings of a few years ago while the Republicans, who now parade under tbe norn de plume of Non-partisans, were enthroned at City Hail, what did we see? Waa there not race a...

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HARVARD ASSOCIATES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 28 November 1903

HARVARD ASSOCIATES. The fourth grand ball of the Harvard associates waa held in Malta Hall, Wednesday evening. About 250 couples were present From 8 to 0 Mclnnes' orchestra furnished an excellent promenade concert" as follows: 1. March. "The Skipper"; 2. Overture. "Peggy from Paris"; 8. Popular Selections. "Dream of tbe Golden Past"; 4. Finale. "Rambling Mose." The floor was ƒ— charge of floor-mar-shal Joseph L. Dyer, assisted by floordirector Joseph J. Lyons and assistant floor-director Thomas Dyer and the following aids: John Kenney, Henry B. Kelley, 11. A. Patterson, Thomas Flynn, William Hynes, Hartley Stackhouse, John Denny, Frank D. Gallagher, Bdward Smith, William Bowen, John Dyer, Dennis Gallagher, Jeremiah Sullivan. of arrangements were: Richard H. Stackhouse, chairman; Thomas O. Dyer, Joseph J. Lyons, William Bowen, John F. McCoy, James Curry, Frank Gallagher, Patrick McCabe, William Hynes, John Keougb, Hartley Stackhouse, Timothy Lyons. The guests were provided for by the...

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MAYOR McNAMEE LED THE MARCH [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 28 November 1903

MAYOR McNAMEE LED THE MARCH Division 20, A. O. H., of East Cambridge Celebrates Ita First Decade. Division 20, Ancient Order of Hibernians of Bast Cambridge celebrated in Institute Hall, the tenth anniversary of Ita organisation. The committee of arrangements, consisting Of Thomas Herllhy, chairman, Jam** Deaay, secretary, James O'Brien, treasurer, Patrick J. Murphy. Joseph W. Delaney, Bdward J. Sennott, Stephen H. Harrington, Thomas J. Burney, Stephen V. A. Carey, John Byrne, Timothy Orean, Thomaa F. Daley, John W. Flynn, Dennis J. D. Rlordeh, Pat'k J. Coughlan, Patrick J. O'Donovtfn, Daniel Neville, John Scannel, and Daniel D. Shahan, spared no coat or trouble ƒ— making th* celebration of their first decade excel any aver held ƒ— East Cambridge. Melnnes' rati** orchestra furnished th* music, A concert appro- Inflate to th* •*•_* wa* git*-, shortly after which Mayor MeNam** 'with Mr*. McName* tod th* grand anna, followed by Pre*. Thomas Herllhy with —■_-—- i ' , ~ i •, i Mrs. Herll...

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