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INVESTIGATION FALLS FLAT. Its Statements Generally False. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 5 December 1903
INVESTIGATION FALLS FLAT. Its Statements Generally False. Its Conclusions Nearly AH Abicwd —Ks Purpote w*« Conctived and Carritd Out in a Strictly Partisan Manner. ' The SENTINEL print* as mucb of the report "of Mr. Elmore's investigating committee as it has been able to get from tl'9 columns of thef'Press and the Boston Journal. A large number of the sensational (?) result of the cornextra copies were prepared so that the newspapers could properly disseminate nilttees work, but there waa no copy for the SENTINEL. Most of the Boston papers gave It but scant attention, most of their readers gave it butsllght notice, nnd It may be fairly said tbe thing about which so much talk has been made, upon which so mucb of the vain- - able time of the young lawyers ha* been *pent, has fallen flat. The report was made to the Common Council last Tuesday night. The Mayor's reply was delivered at the rally at Armory Hall Wednesday, and we print the reply, with the recommendation that the report and...
The Answer. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 5 December 1903
The Answer. At the rally Wednesday evening at the armory in Central square, Francis P. Curran presiding, the mayor devoted his speech to this investigation (?). He said: The committee of the common council, consisting of four young lawyers. a salesman in a retail hardware store and an Insurance broker, appointed to investigate the affairs of the street department has made its report, and they recite that they have "held many meetings, examined many witnesses and devoted a large amount of time to the investigation." The clmmittee was appointed to make the investigation as a result of charges preferred against the superintendent of streets In his offldal capacity by Ooundlmen Elmore and Dudley. Originally two Democrats were named by the president of the council to serve! upon the committee, the otber three original appointments being Messrs. Elmore, Dudley and Steams. Tbe Democratic members became satisfied very soon after the appointment of this committee, that its main object was no...
North Cambridge Rally. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 5 December 1903
North Cambridge Rally. At the rally on Thursday evening, In Odd Fellows' hall, North Cambridge, Frederick S. Deltrick presided. In the course of his remarks Mayor McNamee said: — . One of the stock arguments of our Republican friends and one which they use more than any otber In discussing tlie conduct of affairs In City Hall, Is that tbe mayor has for no reason but a desire to loot the public treasury, turned every Republican office bolder out to make way for Democrats. In the first place, owing to the policy which had obtained for years In the selection of officials, It was almost im- , possible to find a Democrat to remove from office, and therefore, we cannot j lie blamed If we did not remove one. 1 Had we been actuated by any other | desire than the welfare of the city, . our Republican friends would have I found a far different state of affairs tlinn that which now presents itself at City Hall. Let us look at this matter honestly and not through the eye of prejudice." First co...
INDEPENDENT PAPERS FILED. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 5 December 1903
INDEPENDENT PAPERS FILED. The' following nomination paper* have been filed with the city clerk of Cambridge and the names will go on the ballot on election day: For mayor, John Sweeney, Socialist-labor; for alderman, Edgar B. Chester, Nils T. Fugelstad and John J. Wall, Soclallrtlabor; for assessor, Andrew L. Pollack, Republican Independent; for common council, ward 0, Nicholas J. O'Shaughne*sy, Non-partisan Independent
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 5 December 1903
Advertise in the Sentinel. It reaches the people. I sUjyy *v - muiniAii u\ /v*vi ■**■ aui IVAaVTUINA IM AIAMT ■«. TORBHIP. Being lneld«nts, Hitherto Unpubllsßshl, In th* Carssr* of "Mlks" , Mas, :"Q*n*ftrl" Champlln, H J*rry" Donovan and Cov*,n*y«—Puzzle: Find "Lontsome Jimmy." When we last left the "Big Four" in the Chateau Generalissimo on -Dana hill (without finding "Lonesome Jimtho celebrated Knight KMgar had dropped Into a deep fevery. He waa pondering regretfully over the dear dead days when "Billy" Gray, "Charlie" Brown, "Ed." Reardon, and sundry "blue bloods" too numerous to mention In these brief chronicles, were names to conjure with at city hall, especially In an hour of need. As these thoughts crowded through the general's mind, *Jie Bized up those* now about him. •As we Said in our closing remarks, - the silence in the old chateau became so great thai you could b,ear a pigeon cooing, with his lady on the top of Bunker Hill monument,, and the sad beating of the waves aga...
ADAPTED TO THE LOCAL POLITICAL SITUATION. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 5 December 1903
ADAPTED TO THE LOCAL POLITICAL SITUATION. To be Read at the Flreslderw All Good Democrats, Who Should Keep In Mind the Wise Saw that Saveth "Truth I* Stranger Than Flotfon." The Worried Papa and the Baby. Papa Champlln has a sick baby on Us lap. It Is the non-partisan munlclparty. Poor little baby, nt is only a year old. It's mamma died two years ago. The undertaker will soon call for the little baby. How hard it is to die so young. See the worried look on papa's face. Don't you feel sorry tor him? The Bow-legged Man. The man Is how-legged. But he cannot help It, and you must not laugh at him. He got, bow-legged chasing an A. P. A. around a coram trying to persuade him to vote for Daly.. The tailor has to cut out his pants with a circular saw. The Lobster. This man was once a Democrat. He gays he is now a non-partisan, but those who know him say he is a lobster. He says he was green once, but now that he is In hot water, he looks red and feels blue. Playing Tag With the Penitentiary...
CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 5 December 1903
CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Sentinel: Last week Mr. Edmund A. Whitman published a letter in which he made the following statement: "We found the mayor at the head of the Democratic organizations in the city, applying tests of race and creed to appointments to office.". My people, my religion seemed uppermost in his mind; equality of all men before the law had a new qualification added to it—provided they're Irish. Mr. Whitman In the foregoing Is simply adding his yelp to the whine of the organ which he has made tbe vehicle to convey his discontent if not his disappointment. We who have been in Cambridge politics are used to the facility with which he can rush into print with flamboyant rhetoric and in the next Instant face In another direction. Mr. Whitman vauntlngly flaunts his Democracy in high-sound-ing periods but unfortunately for Democracy and for himself, sound seems to be all that is to it either in substance or appreciation. He has never been a stable adherent to p...
BEHOLD THE BELL. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 5 December 1903
BEHOLD THE BELL. A bell tolled, not an ordinary hell; it wa* an extraordinary bell; not a metal bell, but a human Bell—it was Alderman Bell. And the scene took place at the Non-partisan rally, at Odd Fellow's hall, Monday night This Bell did not Bend forth a joyous peal; no, not at all. When the sound came forth from this Bell, and gently tapped the ear drums of the human beings gathered, there was caused a copious flow ot tears. This big Bell felt himself not an ordinary man, but Horace Mann; pleading for the public Bchools, pleading for vacation schools. This Bell sent forth a volume of sound that almost subdued the lights, and sent a cold wave through the whiskers of Dr. Nichols. When he came to speak of Mayor McNamee opposing vacation schools, his denunciation far exceeded anything we have read In either ancient or modern oratory. But it Is not as an orator we should admire him; but rather, as a philosopher. He told how the children in the summer time attempted to board cars, an...
COLONNE FRANCAISE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 5 December 1903
COLONNE FRANCAISE. Messieurs las rotants Canadiene, la campagne politique est ourerte, et le pour et le eontre ra etre deploye devant vos yeux, mals messieurs les Democrate* canadlens ne vous lalsse* pas Urer la lalne sur les yeux, apropos de I'admlntotratlon democratlque. car you* eve* devant les yeux le bon rosultat de l'ouvrage aocomplle. Nous avons eu une administration Non-partlsanne depute 2fl ans, et cc nest que durant cette admintstrntlon in que you* ares-pus passer dun bout a l'autre de la nic Jackson, la rue Olay, et de la m* Clifton, et plueleure* autre* rue* que nous pourriona menrlnnner, et vous pourre* etre certain* que d le* Non-pnrttoan* vlennent au pouvolr. qannd ro**_*nT*s quelq* cboss de fait pour yon*, pereonne le salt Now esperon* on* la esmp—jie n* •era pa* an* d* recriminations personnelles car II y a asses d'lssue*. Le Malre a reduit to* "taxes" cette annee renvoyes-leencore an bureau de villa avea un consell democratique, et 11 fera encore quelque chose pour...
MANY IN DANGER. Blaze in White's Storehouse. Sleepers Awaken Early Sunday Morning. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 5 December 1903
MANY IN DANGER. Blaze in White's Storehouse. Sleepers Awaken Early Sunday Morning. An alarm from box 32, at three minutes past one Sunday morning, .followed in about, tour minutes by a third alarm, called to the scene all of the tire apparatus with the exception of ladder 1 and chemical 2. The fire was in the rag and paper storehouse of Oamllle White, 1007 Cambridge street. The building on Cambridge street occupied by White is of wood audi 2 1-2 stories in height. At the rear, was a wooden frame building ot two stories and about 30xao feet.. Adjoining the latter was a barn, in which were several horses. It also contained a large quantity of oils. The rear building was destroyed and the barn thoroughly gutted. The entrance to the storehouse In the rear was through an arched driveway between two large wooden blocks which front on Cambridge street. One of these is owned by the Squire estate, the other is owned by White and -extends to the corner of Windsor street. When the firemen arri...
F. OF A. UNION MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 5 December 1903
F. OF A. UNION MEETING. The Foresters of America held a union meeting of all the court in Cambridge Monday evening in Prospect hall. The foHowing courts were represented William X. Russell, City of Cambridge, Montreal of North Cambridge, Northern Light and Joseph J. Keller. The guest of the evening was Mayor John H. H. McNamee. Addresses were made by G. C. R., John F. Jandron; G. C. R., Edwerd B. O'Brien; G. S., Jame3 J. Gallager; G. R. S., Patrick J. Brown; G. T., Lewis H&gt;. Beatty; Alderman Joseph O. Authler, past chief ranger of Court Montreal. An enjoyable entertainment was furnished by the following talent: Frleth and Cohen, William Jones, Edward Anderson, Carl Sedqueet, Barcelo and Frleth, Johnson and Jones, Foy and Murry. The following committee of arrangements had charge of the affair: Edward McDuffee, Thomas P. O'Neil, Frank Grennlge, Daniel M. Oronan, Joseph J. Kelly, Arthur Blaas, J. B. Munson, D. F. O'Lehry.
PATRIOTIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 5 December 1903
PATRIOTIC MEETING. The Young Men's Forum held a patriotic meeting at St. Paul's A. M. X. Church, Hastings and Portland streets, Sunday evening. The principal spenker was Sergt. William X. Carney of the 64th Mass, volunteers, who entertained the audience with the story of "How the old Sag never touched the ground." When he had concluded his address over 200 little children went up to the platform and shook hands with him. There were present large delegations from Hobert A. Bell post 134, G. A R., nnd the Robert U. Shaw veteran association. Addresses were made by Kov. Mr. Pearson, Oapt. John David Nicholas Hicks Powell, Vice Commander Hopkins, Maj. Furlong, Thomas Harris, and other civil war veterans.
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 5 December 1903
Alexis B. Frye, formerly superintendent ot Schools In Cuba, has left Cambridge for Havana, to visit Mrs. Frye's father, who Is seriously ill. Mr. Frye's trip will occupy at least *• month. Before coming to Cambridge again he will visit his home in California, and It Is possible that he may be gone for three months or more. The alarm from box 271, Sunday afternoon about 8 o'clock was caused by one of the Inmates of Clifton Muller's house on Cameron street, trying to thaw out a froaen water pipe. There was no damage. % —■ i &lt;•' " &gt;!*' A concert in aid of the sick and benefit fund was held In Institute hall Sunday evening. The hall was crowded to the doors by the members and friends of the division. An enjoyable program w as furnished by the following: Harry Hannon, Windsor Quartet, Krnest Qnlnn, Jennie Lehann, Andrew J. Keefe, Henry T. Watte, Mr. Hunston, Wm. Oarmichael. Frank Oaranagn. Anna Duffy, Kest* and Ooughlln. . . _ ■A
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 5 December 1903
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 5 December 1903
A LEO MeDONALO &amp; &amp;M House Palotlac Graining, Paper rhaejjl dating, Interior Dcconutat, OFFICE,. . .22 ELIOT STRStt Tel. Cambridge 'H--. Shop, 11 W. ILHolts Old Standi , |-v«B CHXB. RTKINS 4 CO,' MPCB lU»9£R*ViHlT|am UU»Mti| TUmW, WmTEWASIfIiI '« Exterior and Interior Deoorstlnf. 4 stall Passr NaabsusM- Pslbbsst ttnuav sat' '-^ WBW ' '^^Wl'riS|^B 87-20 Prospeot Street, ."-'J OAMBRIOOKPORT. „-'/ HT-Near Central Sq. . Tsl. ran CtmUMm H. J. SHAW, 1 Bnooeuor to Miller &amp; Shew, il Manufacturer of &lt;9 Portable Steam Hoistirufl Engines, 11 Hammers, Nippe-\ etc, for Pile Drlvinf H Bolts, Trusses, aud other Iron Work «gt] Bridges and Buildings.' '■ MACHINERY FOR HOISTINB ICE, - :,M Hydraulic Presses and General Special attention paid to Machine and 'M Automobile Repalrlno. :M Cor. Sixth Street and Broadway! Cambridgeport, Mast. « 9 E. J. DUNPHY, 1 Dealer In Watches. Clocks, DiamondaJ Jewelry, Silverware, Optical Oood2 Special attention given to Fin...
DEMOCRATIC TICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 5 December 1903
DEMOCRATIC TICKET. r FOR MAYOR. I JOHN H. H. McNAMEE. | ASSEBSOR I' JAMBS T. BARRETT. f ' SCHOOL COMMITTEE. PJ. HENRY DUCKERY, «t large. i-IBHILIP M. FITZSIMMONS, Wd. a. t * WILLIAM A. OAVIS, Ward 7- || GEORGE A. PERKINS, Ward 9 % ALDERMEN: I MICHAEL J. ANGLIN. JOSEPH O. AUTHIER. J. EDWARD BARRY. L NICHOLAS F. BURKE. I MICHAEL H. FLYNN. STEPHEN H. HARRINGTON. JOHN H. HART.. f EDWARD B. JAMES, THOMAS McDERMOTT. ' EDWARD H. MtDUFFEE. ALEXANDER X SULLIVAN. COMMON COUNCIL. Ward i. DANIEL J. DINAN. PETER J. McSORLEY. / WARD a. /WILLIAM M. HOGAN. MAURICE REARDON. WARD 3'WSr% DANIEL CRONIN. JEREMIAH F. DOWNEY. WARD ,4. JAMES P. KNEELAND. JAMES A. ROGERS. WARD sJOHN S. KENNEY. EDWARD F. SAVAGE. s WARD 6. WILLIAM L. CASEY. JOHN F. McKENNA WARD 7JAMES L. BERKLEY. JOSEPH P. LEARY. WARD 8. JOHN P. BRENNAN. JAMES H. STOKES. WARD 9. MORTIMER GALLIVAN. PETER J. KENNEY. WARD 10. EDWARD P. CLARK. JOSEPH A. FEGAN. .WARD 11. DAVID J. NELLIGAN. THOMAS P. O'NEIL.
THE ISSUES OF THE CAMPAIGN. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 5 December 1903
THE ISSUES OF THE CAMPAIGN. We must say we are getting heartily I sick of discussing the race question as tt affects this campaign. We thought our opponents would give i as a chance to talk about principles of municipal government or the official conduct of our nominees. We thought possibly the Non-partisan party would think of something else to j say about the Mayor and hlfl appointments than that many of them are Irish. Whether they are Irish, or French, or German, or African, they are all loyal American citizens, and entitled to be treated as such. But a scrutiny of the columns of the Non-partisan press disclose* no attempt : to discuss the real merits or demerits of the administration. The Chronicle last week had practically nothing to say editorially about, the election. The Tribune said, perfunctorily, that Judge Daly was not chosen for his race and religion, but that his "ability" and integrity were the main factors. But on the first page of the Tribune some fellow for severa...
INHERENT BIGOTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 5 December 1903
INHERENT BIGOTRY. In view of the nominations of school committee candidates made by the Sonpartisans, this talk about their being the party of "liberality" is nauseating. They feel sure of electing their candidates for school committee, no matter who they are, because their women's registration Is greatly in excess of the ■Democratic women's registration. Tbe Democrats next year will have one member, and the Non-partisans fourteen members on the school board. Or. Fltzslmons, * Democrat, retires this year after long and .faithful service. The Democrats have renominated him . The Non-partisans have nominated in opposition to him one Edward J. Kronen. We venture to say there are not two hundred people in the city who ever heard ot Edward J. Kronan. We wonder when he began spelling his name with a "X," and wnj? "'■'• But we will wager a half peck of large redi apples that Mr. Kronan, the unknown, will defeat Dr. Fitssimons, who has been giving conspicuously good service to the schools t...