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THE GWYNNE CONTROVERSY. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 12 December 1903

THE GWYNNE CONTROVERSY. Mr. Gwynne had a stable on Brattle street When he died there' was a revocation- of his license because the license was merely personal. The one having charge of his estate sought to secure a license for the purpose of selling out'the business. A petition was tiled with the board of health and notice given In the usual way. In this notice it wss stated that those who had objection to the granting of this license, should come before tbe board and make known their objection. At the hearing, on the question of granting a license, a large number of persons occupying the adjoining premises, objected to the granting of this license. The petition called for 67 horses. These persons claimed that the smell from this stable, at times, was unbearable, and some testified that the smell was so strong at times that they were made sick. There was much evidence of this nature introduced, and the board decided not to grant a license. The person representing the Gwynne estate c...

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AT LAST HE APPEARS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 12 December 1903

AT LAST HE APPEARS. The SENTINEL has at last forced General Champlln to come put, and bis first appearance was made last Monday night in Rhodes hall. The General followed in the footsteps of all the other Non-partisan orators, and repeated the current gossip of the year and called It facts. He had nothing new to offer, and read his story with earspllttlng vociferation. He asserted that city departments were in a state of demoralization, but gave no evidence but , his own assertion to prove It. One cause of demoralization to his mind was that the Washington schoolhouse was sold at a public auction, where any and all desiring to purchase It hod on opportunity, and that it was purchased , .by a real estate firm, one member being an officer of the city, and that it was subsequently sold, three persons dividing between them $3,000; but no doubt profiting by the worry the same statement gave Mr. Howe,- stated that he did not want .to say by inuendo or otherwise that the transaction was no...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 12 December 1903

Augustine J. Daly has, for the past two weeks, been nightly lauded as a Democrat who has been always true to Non-partisanship in city affairs, notwithstanding that he once accepted a Democratic nomination for alderman and was a supporter of the late Joseph J. Kelly for mayor on a Democratic platform. For the past four weeks the SENTINEL has tried to get Mr. Daly to answer the question, whether or not he voted for Mayor McNamee two years ago, and Mr. Daly has failed to answer. WHY? If he did not vote for him, why does he not say so? If he did vote for him, then is he not responsible for partisanship in city affairs, like every other Democrat who did)? Now we ask Mr. Daly another question. Did he say at any time In private conversation that he voted for the Democratic candidates for aldermen last year, all but Coveney, and that he was going to vote for htm only for the language he was using? We have been told that he said he voted for the mayor two years ago, and that he voted for the...

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HAIL TO OUR CHIEF. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 12 December 1903

HAIL TO OUR CHIEF. HiU to our chief who in triumph advances, „ Honored and blest for tbe good he baa done! Lol how the traitors recoil from hla fiances Like bats and like owls from the blase of tbe Sunt Coveney, tbe vlle-tongued bare, Daly, the pliant slsvel Jerry the Juggler and Mike the despised! Ob, what a Judas crew! Cambridge! we pity you! Because they are traitors these men are . now prised! Proudly our chieftain moves on with the people! Loudly they cheer him, the honest and true) Fain would tbe bells ring acclaim from each steeple. Because, dear old Cambridge! he's ..- faithful to you) Squarely he leads the fight! Each man. must get his right 1— The rich and the poor, and the high and the low! Honor in City Hall! Justice to each and all! These are bis watchwords for friend j and for foe. Ours Is no leader chance picked from deserters * And backed by a cabal debased and decried I Ours Is no catspaw of branded perverters! «, We have a statesman proficient and tried Onward! for...

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A STATEMENT OF PRINCIPLES Geo. E. McNeil, Labor Leader [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 12 December 1903

A STATEMENT OF PRINCIPLES Geo. E. McNeil, Labor Leader Tens wast Has Beta Dene by the Democratic Fairy for me City and for tbs People. George B. McNeill, the well-known labor leader. In his speech at Odd Fel- >• lows' hall. North Cambridge, said: "The word Democracy has as yet never been wholly defined. It means more than a political free government. It means an Industrial system in which there shall be no master and no slave. The great trade union movement of . , our time is Its organized attempt to secure a peaceful revolution, or the organization of a System where the In--1 alienable right to life shall mean more than the right to an. existence, when Sentinel Eighteen Grimes Dec 3. the right to liberty shall mean the liberty of labor, and when the oppor- ' tunltiea for the pursuit of happiness shall be enlarged and ennobled. - Tonight we are called upon to con- , aider how best we caa aid in propogatlng Democratic principles. The contest in every election is a contest ...

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BALDWIN TO MORRIS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 12 December 1903

BALDWIN TO MORRIS. "I notice In a report of a Non-par- < tisan rally, held at the Ward 7 Repub- i llcan headquarters last night, at which l statements were made by a Mr. Ham- i Tin, a Mr. Wright and yourself which I < cannot allow to go undisputed. You are reported to have said that the i colored Democrats were Democrats for i revenue only, and since there are but ; three men of our race-Rev. Mr. Duck- ] cry. Dr. Lane and myself—who are ad- i vocatlng on the stump the re-election l of the present mayqr, will you not in < fairness* to them and to me produce t evidence of the truth of your state- ; ment, or be honest enough to withdraw i it? ' "Under the management of Rev. Mr. Duckery, the question of 'revenue* has < been entirely eliminated from this i campaign, and not a penny Is being expended for the services of those-m our cause among our people (save I where two or three men are perform- i ing legitimate work other than cam- t paign sp...

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WARD 6 DEMOCRATIC CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 12 December 1903

WARD 6 DEMOCRATIC CLUB. At an enthusiastic meeting of tbe . Democrats of Ward 6, on Tuesday cv- , enlng, a new Democratic club was formed and the following officers elected: W. E. Fleet M. D., president; John .. Healey, first vice-president; Frederick L. Healey, second vice- , president; William Barry, third vice- ( president; Frederick Ounnlnghs"!, re- , cording secretary; John Cummiugs, fl- , nanclal secretary, Patrick Qnlnn, , treasurer. The membership is already .over one hundred and Includes ■-'any j prominent merchants of the ward, all , of whom are taking an active Interest. . Plans were perfected for holding a yrrand rally this evening at Buckley , hall, at the corner of Massachusetts avenue and Norfolk street on which , occasion Mayor McNamee and other speakers will address the meeting. The permanent headquarters of the club are at the corner of Massachusetts ; avenue and Brookline streets. On Monday evening the club opened Its headquarters at the corner of Massachusetts av...

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CARRIAGE ON ELECTION DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 12 December 1903

CARRIAGE ON ELECTION DAY. Any voter who because of sickness or any other reason desires the use of a carriage on election day Is earnestly requested to send word to Democratic headquarters or telephone to 1205-3 and a carriage will be sent for him. Bvery arrangement will be made so that no Democrat will he without an opportunity to go to the polls and vote. The committee hopes that all who can do so will vote early so as to reduce to a minimum the work of setting out the vote. .

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 12 December 1903

The Journal Outlook Social Club, an . organization composed of qulto a number of young people residing In Ward 8 and vicinity, will hold Its first grand fair In Francis hall, on Baldwin street, on Friday and Saturday evenings of , tbe coming week. The proceeds will be devoted to tbe Avon Home, and It | Is hoped that a very handsome amount | will be realized for a worthy charity. , For many years the little children at- j tendants of the kindergarten, which Is ] now conducted in the Willow street , school, have enjoyed a Christmas tree | on the Isst day of school before the , holiday recess. Mrs. Edmund A. Whit- | man, now deceased, was one of the most earnest workers for the success of | this occasion, and the little ones have , ever since been remembered by Mr. | Whitman. Miss Ryan, the teacher in | this school, has received other done- ) tlons this year, and the little ones are i looking forward to a very happy day , Dec. 22. i The Ward Five .Democratic Olub held ] a very enjoyabl...

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A MASS OF Miss-statements Just Made for Political Effect. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 12 December 1903

A MASS OF Miss-statements Just Made for Political Effect. b What the Mayer Sty Us the Bunrombs In ] Relation to the Board of Health Hon- J The following statement was given , out by Mayor MaNamee of Cambridge ( In; reference to an article in a- local , penjer: , "This advertisement pretended to t say that, on account of tbe Democratic pjarty having) been In power for the last year, diphtheria bad increased ' In the city of Cambridge through the ! carelessness of one of its appointees. ' It seems that in this city there are two , clssses of physicians, one class constating of tbe real, hard working, every * day physicians, who think more of ~ their profession than of the money or l social position that can be obtained . from It, and who do the conscientious ' work among our good people, and another class, designated by these first- ' named physicians as 'the Cambridge Hospital clique.' This clique subordinates everything to the Idea that the f Cambridge Hospital must be upheld. 1 "Th...

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NAZ KYAN'S ON DEMOCRACY. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 12 December 1903

NAZ KYAN'S ON DEMOCRACY. The following speech of Nas Kyan. ; born an Armenian and educated In this | country, delivered Friday evening. Is worthy of tbe perusal of all people. The principles ot Democracy are the sublime doctrines of the Immortal Jefferson, which lead our nation as guiding stars to happiness, progress and success; they diffuse life, strength and prosperity over all tbe country, like the rays of the sun. They mean welfare to all, to the business men as well as to tbe workingmen. Tbe noble words of Jefferson, "Do not take tbe bread out of tbe mouth of the laborer" emphatically declare peace and toleration to tbe laboring world: it Is an axis, round which all the claims and demands of Democracy revolve steadily. Democracy Is tbe best policy for the United States of America It will make America, as she ought to be, an earthly paradise. "Long live Democracy with 'its noble and everlasting motto, 'Government for the people, and by the people!' 9 Republicanism and Socialism...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 12 December 1903

Rev. Edward Everett Rale, D. T>., read from his book, "The Man Without a Country," at the First Church, last Sunday afternoon, at three o'clock. The proceeds from the entertainment are to be used for maintaining In Readtnc, Mass., a vacation home for Boston workers.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 12 December 1903

Hoses Palastog, Otelelng, Paper Hsaatngt Usslafj faterisr Dsoosasmf. cvn08,...a bxjot street. 1 TeL Ckmbrldgt (44-1% Shop, tt Church Sf W. H. Holti Ola Stand. ' " "1 ' " ' ' "* CHRS. BTKINS » CO. HIswV*»IIWs Iwlbs I brnWAs nMss^Hs^ssm^Bm^gsj 1 iittTCTAWtm ~ '■■ Exterior aiTf Interior Deoosatlng. Mr*«.^l*r^Qfl*(,e*. nr-tO Proepeot Street, , OAMMtiDOCPORT. ' ?a»**e«i Central So.. T.J. TTM Cambridge, H. J. SHAW, Bocoessor to Miller A Shaw, Manufacturer of Portable Steam Hoisting Engines, Hammers, Nippr-v etc, for Pile Driving; 'Bolts, Truises, and other Iron Work fC4 Bridges and Buildings. MAGHMERY FOR HOISTING KE, ' Hydraulic Presses and General Machinery. ,' Special attention paid to Machine and , „ ' Automobile Repairing. * Cor. Sixth Street and Broadway, Cambrldgeport, Mass. E. J. DUNPHY., Dealer In Watches. Clocks, Diamonds, Jewelry, Silverware, Optical Goods. Speolal attention given to Fins Watch, Clock and Jewelry Repairing. Eyes Tasted and properly fitted to glasses. Oculists' ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 12 December 1903

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 12 December 1903

• — —— •> ' ■ '-■' I I I ■»■■ LAWYERS. ' i. ■ ■' .1 ,■-... . .1,11 'I > Telephone Wl-t Mala. DIETRICH DUNCAN & WOLCOTT Attorneys at Law, no STATE ST., Rooms 003-804 BOSTON, MASS. Evening Office, 671 rUssscbusette Avenue, Cambridge. FRAWCIS P. CURRAH, Lawyer, so Pemberton Square, Boiton, Mass. law Offlces, 30 Pemberton Square, Boston. 1287 Hsymarket. Residence, Hotel Msjestio, Cambridge, 272-3 Cambridge. Telephone, 2433-4 Main ARTHUR £, rARHELL, Attorney and Oounaallor-at-Law, 83 Court Street, Rooms 220 and 2*l BOSTON, .. as AM . Besldenos: 178 Spring St., Bast Cahbsidqs.. JAT.ES B. VALLELY, Counsellor-at-Law. Brlggs Building, ... Booms 52-68, 293 Washington Street, Boston. Tel., Main, 828, Residence, 30 Amory St., Cambridgeport. JOHN J. SCOTT, COUNSELLOR • XT ■ LKSIt 6io Pemberton Building-, Pemberton Square, . . Boston. Residence, a Leonard Avenue. Telephone, Haymarket 2286. James D. Rill & William J. Greene Attorneys and Counsellors-at...

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... SMALL THEFTS. Thought to be now Explained [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 12 December 1903

... SMALL THEFTS. Thought to be now Explained Oaicact Lea, the faseer eeJearfghdest. ARaeaare-el . Clarence Lee, the <so.ored ma» *rMSted -ttiesday night at Biyoktoei oa SToharge of breaking and entering Harvard dormitories, will have to dccl •it* toe U. 8. authorities. He to now •tamed with representing another In obtawlag registered letters from tbe Cambridge postofflce and forgeries in aiming the names of those to whom the letters belonged. It to alleged toat eonwlttedtteee offences in connection with the distribution of tickets for the Harvard-Yale football game last month. Many persons to whom registered letters containing ticket* were addressed oomBseiaad of their noarecelpt, and Investigation showed many of tbe missing letters had been signed for by the same person. . , Then the postofflce Inspectors took a hand. They got the numbers of the tickets, 45 In all, from the Harvard managenient arid «t the game learned from the holders of the tickets where they hart boug...

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CHARLES RIVER DAM. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 12 December 1903

CHARLES RIVER DAM. Pros. Henry 8. Pritcbett of tbe Massachusetts Institute" of Technology returned Wednesday from Washington, to which city he went a few days ago In the interest of the Charles river dam commission. He presented to the war department the plans for the dam and locks for the purpose of obtaining persuasion for their construuction. Pr«B. Pritchett states that the official* of the department agreed to examine into the matter at once and report ns soon as possible. It Is not unlikely, he said, that the plans will be appropriated in time to begin the construction next spring. The preparation)* are fast nearing completion. At present tbe specifications for the dam and lateral conduits are being pushed along rapidly at the office of the commiftition. and the borings along the line of the dam will probably be completed within a week. Pros. Pritchett Htated that he knew nothing of the fact that hix name wax being considered as a possible successor tn Dr. Oilman as president o...

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MRS ANNIE G. ORDWAY RETURNS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 12 December 1903

MRS ANNIE G. ORDWAY RETURNS. Mm. Annie G. Ordway, who has been absent for some time, and was thought to be missing, returned to her residence at -Til Montgomery street, Tuesday evening When Mrs. Ordway left home she was bent upon visiting her cousin, Mrs. l». P. Fleming of 273 Upland road, Cambridge. While la the car she became faint and decided to get out at the home of an old school friend la Cambridge While ia the letter's tMase she was obliged to lie' la bed for several days. Mrs. OnJway wrote twice to Mrs. Vallle, a friend, at 70 Montgomery street. The latter did not receive either letter. Mrs. Fleming went to alt of Mrs. Ordway's known friends without obtaining any trace of the missing woman, and her disappearance was reported to tho police.

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 12 December 1903

The funeral of Ohristiitn R. Moller, the well-known furniture dealer, was fcaM Wednesday afternoon, at 2 o'clock, B nnHiOttie. 330 Western avenue. Rev. ißnwtes B-iavTctof the Prospect-Street aaurrh, official iti*. Burial was In Cambridge cemetery. Mr. Moller Is survived by his wife and nine children. Daring the funeral nearly all the stores In Central square were closed out of respect to his memory. 1 la* ■ r -"' MaSaasMat rttteea" The ooetnUttee also Mr. Brans, the city messenger. Wrer» precaution was taken to prevent the public trass actinia* a4nilssloo to the tsarinai or getting at the : evtdeaee WITNESSES OOAOOTO" OTFOBB GIVING TESTIMONY. ' The Democrats refused to earn upon the eommKtae because whet) they bid heard that two members of this council who had already prejudged the case of the saparltendent of streets were to serve, they knew it was not to be an honest investigation but rather a persecutloa. It savored too much of tho packed Jury system. The member who made the orig...

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