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... THE NEGRO VOTE In the City of Cambridge To-day [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 12 December 1903
... THE NEGRO VOTE In the City of Cambridge To-day Is dm Qusanon Arf-sd and Answered by Rev. V. B. Pearson of St Paul A. H. &amp; As a stranger in Cambridge, and a true friend and burden bearer to my people, I deem It prudent to help them in this critical time of their political condition. There are many ties that connect man together In this world, such ar family, evangelistic, denomination, fraternal, racial and) political ties. Of all these, with the exception of family ties, racial ties are dearer to me. Brer since the Republican party was born In Pittsburg, Pa., the negro has 1 been always true to it, both In times ' of war and In peace. The Republicans i used two arguments to show why the (Negro- should vote the Republican ticket: First, he Informed us that he freed us; therefore we owe him a debt. X we do, baa it not been paid, and, if it cannot be paid, then are we not poll--1 tloal slaves? Again; our good friends, 1 the Republicans, tell us that thelr's is '. the on...
MARRIAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 12 December 1903
MARRIAGES. . BLANOHE-FOTJBNIER, by the Rev. L. V. Morsel, Nov. 27, &lt;Joseph' Augustus Hlanche and Mary Alodle Fournier, both of this city. MBLANSON-CORMIER, by the Rev. L. F. Morcel, Nov. 27, Louis Napoleon Melanson and Leohle Cormier, both of this city. BLOMBERG—AHLQUIBT, by the Rev. Khriel Rtolmblond. Dec. 5, Conrax! Bloraberg, of TAwrence, and Gertrude Ahlqulst of this city. MCCARTHY—DOtfGAN, by Rev. .Tames P. F. Kelly, Dec. 7, Edwin Jeremiah , McCarthy, of Boston, and Alice Dnugan, of this city. GILLIS-TAYLOR, by Rev. James A. Alexander, Nov. 30, Gertrude A. Glllis and Grace Bertha Taylor, both of this city. McCLINTOCR-McLEOD, by Rev. John J. Ryan, Nov. 30, Edwin James Mcpilntock, of this city, and Isabella Mcl.eod, of Boston. MYLAN-McNAMARA, by Rev. Patrick H. Riley, Nov. 25, Martin Mylan, of Somervllle, and Mary MeNnmare, of this city. SKNCABAUGH-CAMPBELL, by Bey. James A. Alexander, Nov. 25, John Peter Sencabeugh, ot this city, and Annie E. Campbell, of Arlington. M...
BUILDING PERMITS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 12 December 1903
BUILDING PERMITS. 10357-B. 11. Houghton, 58 Garden street. Green A Co., mechanic; Ward 0. Hot water heater. 10858-Olun Fisk, Brattle, cor. Wlllard street, Ward 0; Green &amp; Co.; mechanics. Heater. 10359—Joseph Flnnos, 471 Franklin street, owner. Arthur Mage, architect aud builder, alteration, Ward 7. 10300—Hnxen Confectionary Co., 110 Elm street, owner. W. Fellmore &amp; Co., builder, alteration, Ward 4. 10301—George O. Potter, 2 Bridge street, Chas. Essmesa, builder, alteration, Ward 1. 10302-Oheries Morse, 4 Pearl street; remove building, Ward" 6. 10303—Charles Morse, Valentine street, Harry Taylor, architect and builder, 8 ftrniiir house, cost 13000, Ward 6.
DEATHS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 12 December 1903
DEATHS. GRADY—Dec 0, at 225 Charles street, Thomas Grady, Infant. SILYBNA-Dee. 8, at 7 First street, Joseph sllvena, age 16 years, 5 months, 12 days. Sentinel Nineteen Grimes Dec. 0. OONNORB—Deo. «. at ITO Rlndge avenue, John E. Connors, age 26 years, 10 months, 20 days. KBBGAN-Dec. 6, at 48 Mt Pleasant street, Elisabeth Keegan, age, 21 days. FAY—Deo. 4. at IB Magaslne street, Theresa Fay, age, 77 years. MoADOO—At 181 Garden, street, John McAdoo, age 2 months, 20 days. OOFFEY-Dec 5, at 55 Pearl street, Patrick Coffey, age, 20 years, 8 months, OB days. MOLLBR— Dec. 0, at 890 Western avenue, Christian B. Molller, age 58' years, 7 months, 27 days. SHORT-Dec. 7, at 11 Portland street, Matthew Short, age, 68 years, 6 months, IB days. I NtVßS—Dec. 7, at 130 Bridge street, Marie Nlves, age, 6 years, 11 months, I 12 days. '
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 12 December 1903
r •at'" ' 'feat a»&gt;~ ■ Ml '%; 'S '• ' V ' ; ''»*v "'""■"' "* wfljUl WCnflfnoD o numiniBnBlffln Reduced the tax rate $1.40 per thousand and made the Tax Rate 516.90 Per Thousand The Non-Partisans .Through their spokesman, Alderman John W. Coveney, say that Mr. Daly is to be elected Mayor and that the ''tax rate next year will be between Sf 9.00 and $20.00 Per Thousand" TAKE YOUR CHOICE BETWEEN THE DEMOCRATIC RECORD AH THE NON-PARTISAN PROMISE,, SODEN STREET STABLES ULRIC OAONON, • Manager. 12 Soden Street, Telephone 339-4 Cambridge. 1 Formerly liartlett's Stable. •This Stable is now under New Manatfamant. Now Horses, Hacks and Carriadas. Carriages furnished tor Weddings, Funerals, and all classes of work, at any hour of the day or night. .'.',"'• I Cemetery Work Monumsnls, Tablets, &amp;c. STATUARY—MarbIe, firaaite, Bronze. HOBGAN, 87 Main Street, Reycroft Pharmacies Mast. Avenue, Cor, Brookline Street, Mast. Avenue, Cor. Porter Road. CAMBRIDOE, MASS. M. DONOVAN, P...
THE STAR ... [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 12 December 1903
THE STAR ... The Noa-partlsane are attempting to make poUtkal capital out ot the report ot the Non-partisan Investigating comsatttee, When the danswtaiet.t under William H Gray waa tovestlgated, the doors ware thrown open to the public and nothing was withheld. When the street department waa investigated «by a committee of Non-partisans, the pubate waa shut out and the meeting held behind closed doors. * A stenographer was employed to take the evidence In the Gray trial, and when the hearing waa completed the stenographic evidence waa submitted for the consideration ot the members, who were to vote upon the fltness ot Mr. Gray. The Non-partisan committee employed a stenographer to take the evidence of the witnesses in the socalled investigation ot the street department, but the evidence was not presented to the common council or to the public No committee of investigation at Olty Hall has ever been ashamed to name its witnesses or to produce the testimony submitted by them except th...
COVENY AND THE NEXT YEAR'S TAXES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 12 December 1903
COVENY AND THE NEXT YEAR'S TAXES. That the Non-partisan machine did not relish Aldermen 'Coveney's prediction of a twenty-dollar tax rate to shown by the fact that all reference to it has been omitted from the published report ot his speech, but the threat has not been erased from the minds of the - taxpayers. The fact that this prediction comes from a man like Mr. Coveney, who to now accused of stating that when he was In the legislature, he took what he could get adds new significance to his demonstration for a higher tax rate. In the event of Non-partisan success there is not much doubt but the tax rate WIU go back to the old mark of extravagance. The increasing ot the tax rate from the present figures to those predicted by the Non-partisans would be a serious matter to all our citizens, but especially so to the poor people who are struggling to pay for their small homes. There are but tew houses with the tond on which they stand that are taxed for less than $2,000. and few of th...
ENFORCEMENT OF THE LAW. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 12 December 1903
ENFORCEMENT OF THE LAW. We commend to General CbampHn, who is disposed to criticise the police department, that he read the following from Frozen Truth, the No-License paper: "It is generally conceded that the law Is well enforced in Cambridge. While it would be Impossible to prevent every violation, yet considering the character and size of the city, it must be conceded that it Is remarkably free from kitchen bar-rooms and other violators of the law. It speaks well for the executive and police efficiency of those charged with' this responsibility, and the thanks of Our No-License citizens are due to them. Frozen Truth to very glad to make this acknowledgment" Also the following from the same paper: "Froßon Truth to very glad to be able to present a very satisfactory interview with our new chief of police, Mr. Henry J. Cunningham. That he Intends to see that the lew to enforced to very evident from what he says. He has certainly shown, since he assumed the duties of hto office, a co...
THE FEATURE OF THE CAMPAIGN. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 12 December 1903
THE FEATURE OF THE CAMPAIGN. The feature of the campaign just drawing to a close to the failure of the Non-partisans to meet the arguments of their opponents and the vigor with which the Democrats assail every ar- anywhere. However, wasn nleaand to ■«; ■■*■* sn*,»e»sw, weeseaieeaal w say that, considering the great interest irmffeated. the "tt**ip*'gn hie been free from rancor or personalities, sad that our opponents are, on the whole, showing a disposition to accept the Inevitable again this year with resiguatlon. Next year we have no doubt but we will fight the old enemy sailing under his true colore and not In the borrowed plumage of the party with the "mean name." We welcome you. Republican friends, to the combat that Is to come, when the Delys, the Coveneys and the Donovans will be dUposeessed of the prestige of the present mythical designation.
VOTE NO. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 12 December 1903
VOTE NO. In a lecture for the benefit of the*= Home for Destitute Catholic Children, delivered in the Academy of Music, New York, by the great Dominican preacher, Father Burke, occurs the following passage: "Better that Almighty God would shrivel up this earth of ours Into a charred coral and scatter its ashes Into space than that one soul, redeemed by the blood of Christ, should go down to hell." Knowing the saloon and its consequent evil, it Is not going fat afield to Bay that It Is very doubtful if the number of saloons, allowed by law, in the event of Cambridge voting for license, could be operated for one year aud not send one soul to perdition. The man then whose vote would be responsible for the loss of that soul would be responsible for a great deal. Think well before you incur that responsibility. You are in conscience bound to prevent evil as well as not to commit It '"VOTB NO" and Increase the majority over last year.
COVENEY CALLS CITY LABORERS "POOR DEVILS." [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 12 December 1903
COVENEY CALLS CITY LABORERS "POOR DEVILS." Alderman Coveney In a speech Tuesday night at the Non-partisan rally for French citizens In Fraternity hall, North Cambridge, referred to the city laborers as "Poor Devils." He said: 'The average citizen does not object to fifty or seventy-five cents increase per thousand on hto tax rate if ft kept a few 'Poor Devils' to work." At a meeting of the board ot aldermen held Sept. 1, the Democratic members voted to borrow 160,000 for the construction ot streets. Alderman Coveney, the man who talks about his desire to see the poor working man kept employed, defeated the passage of that order by hto one vote.
WHOLESOME FOOD FOR CAMBRIDGE [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 12 December 1903
WHOLESOME FOOD FOR CAMBRIDGE ' The work of the new inspector of provisions, appointed by the present Board of Health, has redounded to the great advantage of ths people throughout the city. He started on hto duties in the spring of this year and has been kept busy endeavoring to see that the people got good, wholesome provisions. Inspector Johnson is well quallilel to fill this position, having passed a very rigid examination. He has given general satisfaction, and this action of the board has been universally approved not only by the people, nut by the dealers. When he found meat fisn or vege, tables In a bad state, he condemned it Several months ago it large quantity of potatoes were shipped from the. South, and were sold about the streets at ten cents a peck, when the true value of good potatoes was twenty-flva rents a peck. These potatoes were unfit for use, having what to known as the "Jersey rot". This condition could not be detected by an Inexperienced person. The Inspector w...
CHAMPLINISM. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 12 December 1903
CHAMPLINISM. It is interesting to observe the changes which have taken place in the Non-partisan machine since the .drawing of party lines In Cambridge politics. The first year Mayor McNamee ran he fought and killed the Library Hall Association. The second time be ran he found arrayed against him this same organisation, disguised under a variety of names, some of which still survive. Of these the most prominent to the Non-partisan Municipal party. It was the apparent aim of the leaders of this organization to so adapt themselves to existing conditions in Cambridge as to satisfy the reasonable demands politically of all classes of citizens, no matter what their former affiliations may have been. In the words of one of their champions they hoped to so overcame their former narrow-minded excluslveness as to "broaden without splitting." In order to accomplish this end they chose as their campaign manager a man who was supposed to be familiar with all phases of political tactics. Gen. Ed...
... DALY'S FITNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 12 December 1903
... DALY'S FITNESS. It is dlffleult to .think of anything mere puerile in knowledge of muntelpal customs than the, mind of Mr. Daly, it hto spoken words srean Index to what Is stored in his Wind oh that subject In a speech delivered last Tuesday evening he is quoted as saying, after mentioning that the street department has recently put men and teams to work. 'Is bis honor the mayor, and tbe superintendent of streets endeavoring to use up the one-twelfth of the appropriation- for next year for political purposes Just before election 7" There Is richness tor you and Daly to • lawyer. If Mr. Daly means anything In the above remark, it Is that ■U the money that is available tor city business after the close of ths financial year, is one-twelfth of the coming year's appropriation, and that if that one-twelfth is expended in December, there will be no more money tor any purpose until' the appropriation is made, either Mr. Daly means that, and consequently dose not know what he is talking...
WORKERS AT POLLS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 12 December 1903
WORKERS AT POLLS. It to ot the utmost Importance this year that a large number of persons, upon whom the committee can depend, volunteer to work at the polls on election day. There should be persons In each precinct in the city who can help the cause, ss well as the committee, very much by so doing. Will you not give the whole or a part of the day? You may give your name and address to any member of the committee, or telephone (Cambridge 1206—3) or send it to tbe headquarters, on Prospect street. ■
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 12 December 1903
Civil treatment from City Hall officials —Uniform hoars at City Hall—No more loaded contractu for Public Buildings— Xo more padded pay rolls — No more duplicate keys—Ko more city records Will be found In the Charles River— Xo more absconding city ofJelals—Xo privileged class — Capability the only test for preferment
A CAMPAIGN OF NON-PARTISAN FALSEHOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 12 December 1903
A CAMPAIGN OF NON-PARTISAN FALSEHOOD. One peculiar thing about the party that calls itself Non-partisan Is that neither its followers nor Its opponents believe It has any right to Its name. The great majority of Its adherents are Republicans, who are entirely confident thst it is In fact the Republican party. Many of theee Republicans palliate its use of the name Non-partisan because they feel that some such subterfuge to necessary in order to lure a few hundred unthinking Democrats away from their normal allegiance Many Republicans despise this form of hypocrisy, but feel they must put up with it, vote with the Democrats, or not vote at all. General Champlln. the chairman of the executive committee, the big boss ot the Non-partisan party, is one of the lending Republicans In the state, and president of the most pronounced Republican club In the state. To him. Republican success Is a matter of life and-death Importance, worth any sacrifice of candor, truth, time or labor. No one bel...
ANOTHER LIB NAILED. Cambridge, Mass., Dec. 6, 1963. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 12 December 1903
ANOTHER LIB NAILED. Cambridge, Mass., Dec. 6, 1963. To his Honor, Mayor McNamee: In the article In the current number of the "Suburban" the following paragraphs appear: This year tbe McNamee administration removed the experienced Dr. Dow, and placed a man In his stead, under whose care children have died whom the nurses say might hays been have been directed to tho confusion and inexperience of. the attar-dlng physician who tatted to Introduce the sliver tube into the throat la time to save the Ufa. We desire to assure you that these statements are false, and that we have made no comments ot disapproval regarding the work ot the visiting physician. Signed: MILDRED SANBORN, OLIYB M. INCH, MBLINDA B. HODOINB, ALIOS HAWKINB, MINNIE SIMPSON, Matron and Nurses of the' Board of Health Hospital.