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ANOTHER FALSEHOOD SHOWN UP. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 12 December 1903
ANOTHER FALSEHOOD SHOWN UP. The following letter from Dr. Farnham utterly reputes the statements made by Non-partisan speakers against , the health board: Philadelphia, Dec 7th, 1008. Hon. John H. H. McNamee, Dear Sir:—ln reply to your telegram I would say that no ons has made any complaint to me regarding Dr. McGlrr. Yours respectfully, EDWIN FARNHAM.
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 12 December 1903
. Never before has organ toed labor been so Justly recognized — Wages of the ' mechanics advanced to the union scale*. It is plainly evident that Alderman Coveney thinks that he Is the whole i thing this year as he thought he was last, for at the Non-partisan rally on ; Monday evening last with bis usual Intense manner of speaklpg be de- ' clared that when "We, (mining the Non-partisans get in, within ten days . after Inauguration "We" will impeach ] three heads of departments add "Kick" them down the steps of City hall. ' "And I will help to do it," said he. Then turning to Daly, who was setting . behind him, with a shake of his flst in his, (Daly's) face, he continued: "And . if the mayor don't do It I will prefer charges myself and do It/ It would seem by this that if, by any possi- '. bllity, the Non-partisans were success- 1 ful that Alderman Coveney would repeat his actions of last year and at- J tempt to run things just as his hot temper would dictate, and not as j Champlln &...
SIXTH ANNUAL BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 12 December 1903
SIXTH ANNUAL BALL. Mlse Babelle Buck gave her sixth • annual ball last Monday evening In c Odd Fellows' hall. American flags a and bunting were the principal decorations of tbe hall. An orchestra was | stationed behind a screen of potted t palms and ferns. A concert preceded i the dancing, In which the following c local talent took part: Mies Lizzie c Gury, Mlse Edith Griggs, Misses Ma- c bel and Coy Prince, Mies Mabelle i Buck. Miss Edna Hlbbard and Miss c Mildred Buck. i The march was led by Chester Buck t and Miss Gladys Fogwill. The floor t was In charge of Frank H. Lambert « assisted by John A. Smith, Barry B. i Pldgeon, George Stlnson and Edward &lt; Howland. ■ Among those present were: Arthur Weeks, Lizzie Gury, Elmer Wtthman, . Buna HlbbeVd, Arthur Smith, Madeline , Mehlaa, Carl Asplund, Mabelle Todd, ' Elmer Southwlck, Eva Keenan, Harry i Weeks, Katherine Negate, C. Malaey | Smith, Mildred Buck, Mlseee Msy Smith. Katberlne Hayes, Annie Hayes, Sosephlne Smith, Edith ...
TO THE VOTERS OF CAMBRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 12 December 1903
TO THE VOTERS OF CAMBRIDGE. Ye voters of Gambridasl permit sat hi say A few simple words on the coats** today; And allow me to ask you to bear teeav in mind And ponder the truth of each state-. ment you'll find The day of election to fast drawing saar When men will he chosen to serve ye* next year; The fault will be yours and the crime and the blame, If all are not honest and good that yon name. But one splendid fact I desire yoa- to note When you enter, ss freemen, to tender your voteWhen you stand in the booth with your' ballot in hand That you're good and as free as the first In the land I But leave prejudice out and with luminous mind, Select but the worthy, the honest and: kind, No matter what creed, of what color or race,— The claims of the city must get the first place. But voters of Cambridge! 'tis well to review, The past of each party presented to you; And If you'll allow me I'll try to recall, A few of the facts that are known to you all. The Republican party or From the ...
COLONNE FRANCAIS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 12 December 1903
COLONNE FRANCAIS. La lutte devlent de pine en perns chauda. , II nous fait plaislr ds voir que nee amis lee Non-Partisans vont en dehors . de leur Hmltes pour avoir dee oratoure. It II nous fait planus de pouvoir eon* strater de l'elequences de noa talents Canedlens, mala 11 fant s'en arretta car quad II s'agit de la veradte dee paroles pronouncees, o'est une autre chose, pour un etranger de venlr dans notre place et nous dire dcs affaires placese a leur disposition par dee boos Non-par-tisans (?); sils s'appelalent Republicans comme Us devralent mats non une une grande redlngote cou vre une mlltitude de pieces a son pantalon, mats enfln quad lea Democrates leur auront secoue le pommler encore une couple de fats, lis seront forces de se montrer. sous leur propre cou leur. N'oubllez pas le 16 prochaln de *&gt;Ur pour tout les Democrat es, sans exeeptlon, car la deeeur depends becaucoap ' pour lea Canadlene, lee Non-partisan* ont rien talent pour vona dene 26 ana d'admlnlstrat...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 12 December 1903
We note the friendly reference to Abe local press for Its support of the MoLicense cause, but we dont understand why It Is a matter for great •congratulation" that the Democratic press le supporting it Does any one doubt the Interest ot the Democratic press, whseh la the SENTINEL, In tbie city? We are ready to accept fair criticism for ear shortcomings, but please don't let our virtues excite, your curiosity. Professor Hugo Munstorburg of Harvard's phychologtoal department has been appointed non-resident lecturer* In phychology at Columbia for the present, year. He will give a series of eight lectures there during the month of February. Thomas Human of Of! Concord avenue wae the principal sufferer by tho Sunday afternoon lire. He lost nearly all ot hie clothing.
JAMES T. ... [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 12 December 1903
JAMES T. ... Candidate for principal assess or, was born In County Cork. Ireland, and educated In the ustlonal schools of that country. He'tame to this country in 1800 and settled In old Ward 8, where be has since resided. Mr. Barrett to a self-made man in every sense of the word, and to now carrying 'on a large contracting business. He served In the! common council in 1888 snd 1000; in the board of aldermen In 1001, 1002 and 11)08, and received the second torgest vote ever oast for an alderman last year and tbe largest vote ever given an aspirant for the offlce of alderman from old Ward &amp; Hto record In the city government for tho past six years to one that any man may justly feel proud of, serving on all the Important committees and. having a perfect attendance at all meetings, He has been a sturdy, loyal a nd able Democrat and one of Mayor McNamee's champions in the board of aldermen for tbe past two years. Mr. Barrett is a member of several social organisations, Inclu...
MICHAEL JAMES ANGLIN. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 12 December 1903
MICHAEL JAMES ANGLIN. Candidate for the board ot aldermen, was born on Fiagg street, in this city, on July 18, 1874. He was educated In tbe Washington grammar school, and alter leaving school went Into the express business with his father. He wss next employed as shipping clerk and manager by Wetmore &amp; Pride, cocoanut shredding manufacturers, on Broadway, In this city, where. »e 'remained until the business was removed to Philadelphia. His next employment was with Lever Brothers, soap manufacturers, who were next door to his former place of employment. He remained there for two years and then accepted a position In the hotel business, where he has since been employed (In 1895). He Is a.member of Division 41). A. O. 11., being a charter member of that body; be is also a charter member of Cambridge Aerie, No. 186, V. O. V.. He is married and resides at 81 Green street. MICHAEL J. ANGLlrfr Candidate for Alderman.
JOSEPH O. AUTHIER. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 12 December 1903
JOSEPH O. AUTHIER. Candidate for re-election as alderman from Ward 11, was born near Montreal, Canada, on March 29, 1850. He came to Cambridge In April, 1873, and has resided here ever since, having been engaged the past 20 years In the grocery and provision business at 173 Kludge avenue. North Cambridge. Previous to bis election to the board of aldermen last year, be bad never held political office. He Is a member of tli? Agasalz Council, Royal Arcanum, North Cambridge Council, No. 209, X. of C-; past chief ranger of Court Montreal, l&lt;\ of A.; member of the C. O. of P. He Is married, has one daughter, and resides at No. 21 Klce street.
J. EDWARD BARRY. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 12 December 1903
J. EDWARD BARRY. Was born In Cambridge In the house where he now resides at 347 Broadway. He served as a member of the common council In 1901 and 1002. Last December he was elected as a member of the board of aldermen and has proved office on Washington street, Boston. JOSEPH O. ATJTHIBR, Oandtdate for Alderman.
NICHOLAS F. BURKE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 12 December 1903
NICHOLAS F. BURKE. Candidate for alderman from Ward 10, wae born In Boston, August 15. 1817. lie was educsted in the Boston and Cambridge schools, he having removed to this city when nine veers of age. Early In lite he engaged in tbe express business in which line he has ever since remained. He Is a member of the X. of C, le an active member and is treasurer ot the Bryan Club. He is unmarried and (Ives at 42 Hubbard avenue, with bis two sisters.
MICHAEL H. FLYNN. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 12 December 1903
MICHAEL H. FLYNN. Michael H. Flynn. candidate for reelection from Wan* 4, to ths Board of Aldermen: was born In Boston, Oct. 18, 1808. When be waa one and one-bait years ot age hla parents removed to Cambridge, where he has since resided. He received his education in the public and parochial schools of this city. His first political offlce was as a member of the common council In the board ot aldermen In 1808, where he has served on many Important committees, among which were, highways, health, police, ordinances, accounts and city home. Hb Is a member of several social and fraternal organizations. He Is married and resides at 102 Co, lumbla street.
STEPHEN H. HARRINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 12 December 1903
STEPHEN H. HARRINGTON. Candidate for the board of aldermen from Ward 3, was born In Warren, N. H., on Dec. 25, 1854. His parents removed to Lowell when he was five years of age, and afterwards lived In Cbarlestown and Somervllle. He came to Cambridge when about 10 years of age, and baa resided here ever since. He first worked in the Union glues works In Somervllle and then "With Real &amp; Htooper, furniture manufacturers, In East Cambridge. .He was afterwards employed In Seavey's tin shop, and then In tbe Riverside and University Press companies. For a time after this he was In the periodical business In .Cambridge, leaving that to go to Thurston, Hall &amp; Co., cracker bakers. After three years ho was employed as a commission driver for F. A. Kennedy. He then embarked In the furniture business, In which line of trade lie has continued for the past 17 years. He Is a member of tbe A. O. V. XV , Knights of Columbus, Cambridge Aerie,- 185, F. -O. E.; Foresters of Amer...
JOHN T. HART. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 12 December 1903
JOHN T. HART. Candidate for alderman from Ward 1. was born In Boston, but When less than a year old ills parents removed to this city, where he has ever since resided. He was graduated from tbe Putnam grammar school, the Cambridge Latin school and from Harvard College In the class of 1896. In 1901 he represented East Cambridge (Wards 1 and 2) In the common council, serving on tbe committees on claims, highway* snd legislative affairs. He Is a member of St. John's Council, X. of O.j Division 49, A. O. H., and Joseph A. Kelly Court, F. of A. Since leaving college he has been occupied as. a tutor. He Is unmarried and lives at No. 72 Fourth street. Candidate for Alderman. NICHOLAS F. BURKE,
EDWARD B. JAMES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 12 December 1903
EDWARD B. JAMES. Candidate for alderman from Ward 8, was born In Boston on Sept. 14, 1843. He was educated In the public schools in that city, after which he entered Into the lumber business, In which trade he has ever since continued. He came to reside In Cambridge In 1*77 and remained here continuously ever since. He hss always bnm s Democrat. In politics, and hss haen tbe secretary of the Democratic city committ&gt;e for the past five years, !n IMO, 1802 and 1807 hs was elected s member of the board of aldermen, where be served with distinction and ability on many Important committees. He la married, has three children, two sons ami one daughter, and resiles et No. .- ''
THOMAS McDERMOTT. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 12 December 1903
THOMAS McDERMOTT. Candidate for tbe board ot aldermen from Ward 4 is one of. the members of the present ward committee from bis ward and has been a sard worker on that committee for a number ot years. He was born In New York City about 40 years ago and moved to Cambridge when be was 12 years of age. He was one of the candidates this year tor tbe nomination for representative from tbe Second Representative district at the last state election. For many years be bss been engaged In tbe fruit and produce business, and bss tal-enan active interest in rowing circles for a number of years past. Hie was a member of the old Middlesex Boat Club'for some years and held the office of secretary in that and afterwards In the Bradford Boat Club for several terms. He rowed In (&gt;, e Crescent Bo&gt;it Club eight-dared rrew In National Association of Amateur Oarsmen and also in the New England Rowing Association. He Is at present chief ranger of Branch, John Boyle O'Reilly, Irish Na...
EDWARD H. McDUFFEE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 12 December 1903
EDWARD H. McDUFFEE. -alderman from Ward 3, was born In Haverhill, Mass., on Jury 15, 1808. With bis parents he moved to liSwreme, Mass., at the age of five years.' where* he attended the public schools until 14 years of age. when he joined the United States navy as an apprentice boy. After spending one year and four months at the naval training station at Newport, It. 1., he was drafted to the U. S. S. Jamestown, and afterwards to the U. S. S. Dolphin and then to tbe European station under Admiral Qerehard. He visited all parts ot Europe and Africa on this trip nnd was appointed by Admiral; Oerehard as coxswain of his barge. thereby being the youngest petty officer in the fleet, not yet being 18 years of age. He then went to the gunnery school In Washington, D. C, where he remained until be became of age, when his time of apprenticeship expired. He then learned the brick laying trade, which be worked at until the winter of 1894, when be procured employment at the Boston Woven Hose C...
DANIEL J. DINAN. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 12 December 1903
DANIEL J. DINAN. Who received the Democratic nomination for tbe common council for Ward. 1, was born In Cambridge, Aug. 11, 1879. He received his education in the Putnam school and tbe English hlgb school of this city. He has been employed by Blake &amp; Knowlee tor tbe pest three years. He Is a member of Division 49. A.. O. H.; Blake * Knowles Benefit association, and Michael Devlin Branch, United Irish league. He Is single and resides with hla parents at 0 Winter street. ■r
PETER F. McSORLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 12 December 1903
PETER F. McSORLEY. Who received tbe Democratic nomination for the common council from Ward one, was born In Cambridge, .Oct. 30, 187 a He received his education in the public schools of this city. He Is employeffby tbe Boston Elevated Railway company as a car repairer. He Is a member of Division 40, A. 0. II.; Lasselle club, and the Boston Elevated Mutual Relief association. He Is single and lives with his parents at 122 Charles street.