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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 23 January 1904

THE CAMBRIDGE SENTINEL VOL. I. No. 13. <ALLIED PRINTING TRADE COUNCIL BOSTON, MASS.> 81 CAMBRIDGE, MASS, JANUARY, 23, 1904. PRICE THREE CENTS. The Cambridge Sentinel, A WEEKLY DEMOCRATIC PAPER Published every Saturday at 671 Massachusetts Ave., Cambridge (Boston), Mass., BY THE SENTINEL PUBLISHING COMP'Y, SUBSCRIPTION, $1.00 PER YEAR Entered aa second-class matter Nov. 6, 1903, at the post-office at Boston. Mass., under the Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. SATURDAY, JANUARY 23, 1904.

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THE MAYOR'S BOLD BLUFF To Get Rid of the Chief of Police [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 23 January 1904

THE MAYOR'S BOLD BLUFF To Get Rid of the Chief of Police Mayor Daly's Notification to Chit f Cunningham that he l» Deposed Will be Fought to the Finish. There have been stirring times Id Cambridge the present week on account of the muddle that the r mayor has made In his efforts to obey the behests of his party and get rid of Chief of Police Cunningham. The first move was on Monday uiornlng, when the chief was asked by the mayor for hie resignation. The chief refused, saying that he had no reason to resign. Heroic measures were then decided upon, nnd Tuesday the following correspondence emanating from the mayor's office was sent to the various parties designated: Office of the -Mayor, Cambridge. Mass., Jan. 10. William P. Batchelder. Deputy Chief of Police, Cambridge, Mass.: Sir:—The following changes, assignments and transfers in the police force are hereby ordered to take effect this day, Tuesday, Jan. 19. 1004, at six o'clock in the afternoon, to wit: Fred B. Pullen, to be hereaf...

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JOHN BOYLE O'REILLY BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 23 January 1904

JOHN BOYLE O'REILLY BRANCH. The third annual ball of Branch John Boyle O'Reilly, Irish National Forester's, was hold in Prospect Hull. Friday evening, and was a very successful affair. A concert was given from S to fl and nt the lalfer hour a grand march, led by Chief Ranger Thomas McPertnott and Miss Nellie O'Neil and about fifty couples. , " Among the guests were CH E. Russell of Somervllle. CR Miss Cavannngh of Somervllle. CR Miss McAvoy of Cambridge. CR Miss Collins of Cam- bridge, OH Mrs. Quirk of Boston, OH ! P. J. Milieu of CH Dunne | of Boston, CB Miss Ourrau of Melrose, I Sec John J. McCarthy of branch Co-1 lumbla, Cambridge and John Shea, gen- | eral organizer. The reception committee Included G. J. McNamara. J. F. Sullivan, Thomas J. Doris, P. T. Riley, Joseph S. Manuel, Dr. J. E. Dwyer, A. A. Griffith. The floor was under the direction of OR Thomas McDermott, assisted by SOH Kdward A. Toner, Thomas J. Doris was chief of aids and the other aids were W. D. Berkeley, Thomas...

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A SUCCESSFUL BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 23 January 1904

A SUCCESSFUL BALL. The annual bull of Branch 81, Workingmeii's Benefit Association, was held in Prospect ball last evening. There was a very large attendance and the hall was elaborately decorated. A handsome sum will be added to Its treasury as a result of the ball. The Officer* Of Branch H1 are as follows: President. Richard lienneinyor; vicepresident. John Cuniiabell: financial secretary. Wm. C. Slielbnch; recording secretary, Francis F. Bowen: tie isurcr. Hugh Itogers: lloor director. John OUnnabeJl; assistant floor director. Edward .1. MeKcown: chief of aids. ,T. T. Cooper; aids. John T. Colley, Walter Fuller. P. Cabin. L. Broniberger, J. T. Catlln. It. M. Engqiilst. Win. Sbellmcb. Alex. Campbell. Win. McCloskey, Chas Smith. M. J. Shea, It. 01*00, j. ,W. Grace, C, SewWld. I. Bowen and .las. Calrnes. Walter Culler acted as secretary of tlie ball committee,

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ITS LAST MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 23 January 1904

ITS LAST MEETING. On Thursday evening, Masonic hall. in Central square, was crowded with the members of Mt. olivet Lodge and their friends, the occasion being (be last regular meeting of a Masonic body in that ball. Work on Hie second and ihlrd degrees was performed, It being commenced shortly afer six o'clock The following were raised to the master Mason's degree: Brothers Fred 1, Yeager. Peter C. Plugge. Charles 11. A Chllils and Joseph Farwell McAllstor There were a number of distinguished visitors present, mining them being District Deputy Griinil Master Henry E. Licke, Worshipful Master Edwin X. MacNutt of Pequossette Dodge, Watertown: Worshipful Master 11. V. Houlihan of Belmont. Worshipful Master Montague of Mlzpah txidge. Worshipful Master Keith of Amicable 1/iilge and many others. After the degree' work was finished. Past District Deputy G. M. Walter C. Ward well gave a few reminiscences of the lodge. In n historical vein. Alt. Olivet Lodge was formed In IRON by n number of...

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DR. J. T. GALLAGHER. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 23 January 1904

DR. J. T. GALLAGHER. Dr. J. T. Gallagher of Charlestown has become a permanent addition to the physicians of Cambridge, and has opened an office on Norfolk street, near Massachusetts avenue. For the last year Dr. Gallagher's family has resided on Massachusetts avenue, near Putnam square, but he still retained the Chiirlostown office which Is now closed. Dr. Gallagher was born In Irclnnd, and Is ail exceedingly able, Interesting, and enthusiastic Irishman, who has never ceased to toll for native - land. In the "Poets and Poetry of Ireland," edited by John Boyle O'Reilly, Aye find the following biographical note accompanying some of Dr. Gallagher's poems: "James T. Gallagher was born In Co. Sllgo. Ireland. In 1857. He was Intended for the priesthood, but studied medicine and surgery Instead In Dublin. He was for some years connected with the Dublin Nation, for Which Journal he wrote many of his most spirited poems. In the great struggle for the Parliamentary representation In 1880. be...

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PREFERENCE FOR CALL MEN? [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 23 January 1904

PREFERENCE FOR CALL MEN? The committee fin legislative matters held a hearing in City Hull. Monday evening on a petition of certain callmen for exemption from the civil service rules. Almujt 2.1 callmcn were present. The first f»|«Wikcr was Edward Grant, a call man on ladder one. who said that the object of the hearing was to try and devise sonic measure by which the (-Hitmen In the fire depart: inent could'be relieved from some of the stringent rules of the civil service. He said "that at the present time callmen received nothing from the civil service commissioners for their service as call men. on the question of experience. In fact. In one case that he knew of a man was given hfls on the experience question when he was a cnllmnn that he received when he was not a cnllmnn; and that what the call inemliers of the tire department wore trying tn achieve, was some sort of a (preference In the manner of appointments to the permanent force.'' He suggested that the committee petition th...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 23 January 1904

P Steams Puvis W. It. C. No. 06, held n most enjoyable whlsl party In (1 A. 11. ball last nlglll. Prizes were awarded as follows: First prizes to Mrs. It. Gllllgau and Mr. F. B. Ahcrn; second prizes to Mrs. G. C Llnohard and P. McClennan. Daniel Ciiminlngs. IW years of age, of 7'l Tremonl street, was brought tn Station 9 at 1 O'clock Thursday inornlnu. suffering 11 "in an overdose of morphine. Alter an examination by City Physician Broussenil Cummlngs was ordered to the Cambridge Hospital, where he died at tl o'clock. The police have found nothing to Justify the suspicion of suli'ld* The Journal Outlook Social Chili are to hold their third grind dance and poverty party In Rhodes Hall, Proslied street, February 12th, 1004. The committee In charge have hired Nutter's orchestra to furnish the music tor the occasion. Kverythlng looks favorable fo a good time, and that the affair will lie a success. The officers of the Club nre: President. Fred Pltnmi(K*; vlcc-pWcsldent, Nellie McOool; s...

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THE "SENTINEL'S" GOSSIP On Current Events and Happenings. A Few Thing! Observed by Him as He Patrols His Poet. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 23 January 1904

THE "SENTINEL'S" GOSSIP On Current Events and Happenings. A Few Thing! Observed by Him as He Patrols His Poet. , A great many persons have wondered who the A. A. Carey, whose name occurs as a contributor to the Non. nartisan campaign fund for the sum of one hundred dollars, can be, and some hnre said that it must lie the man whom the mayofWas naming so frequently at the Democratic rallies during the campaign, while others have said that it Is an alias used by Covens* for his contribution. I will satisfy all questioners by telling them that It Is the gentleman who entertained the Cubans so lavishly during their sojourn at Harvard College tw,o years ago, and who Is a very wealthy man. It la very noticeable that the name of Coveney does not occur In the list of contributors. It was considerable to put up the thousand dollars In that one bet.

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 23 January 1904

And they paid the "Plnkerton detective" forty-two dollars and twenty-five cents. It was cheap at the money If they take Into consideration the amusement which he furnished to Fred Thyng nnd several others. Then tlie speeches must have come j high when we find an item "Speech at Fraternity Hall. a. Bearcarge, $'Jo." Evidently the French voters were not very enthusiastically' with the Nonpartisans when It costs as much as that for a speech in v small hall. Again we find the name of "It. R. Alexander, cnnvasser. $10 and $11.75." Tills Is one of the gentlemen who attends Harvard College and lias hitherto been considered a resident of Andover. as he was registered from there in the Harvard catalogue. Perhaps this Is one of the menus which he uses ' to make himself self-supporting. The statement makes very Interesting reading and a pemsal of the whole accounts limply repays the time spent upon It. During Hie last campaign, Mr. Coveney was heard to condemn one of the well known Democrats o...

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SCHOOL COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 23 January 1904

SCHOOL COMMITTEE. At the meeting of the school committee Thursday evening, Mr. Thurston made a statement concerning the condition of the schoolhoiises of the city, with reference to proper tire escapes. He said that only two or three out of ' the 40 or more buildings were equipped I properly with tire escapes to comply with the law. Principal John D. Billings of the Webster school was granted leave of absence for study and travel from Feb. I to June 1. on one-third pay. The following assignment of standing commit tees for the year was announced by President Piper: Teachers -Mr. Blcknell. Mr. Walker, I Mr. Piper. Mr. Adams and Mrs. Mlt ouell. Textbooks Mr. Lancaster. Mr. Stone, Mr. Russell, Mr. Williams and Mr. Blcknell. Schoolhoiises—Mr, Gage. Mr. Thurston, Mr. Lancaster. Mr. Wontwortli and Mr. Kronnn. , High schools -Mr. Stone. Mr. Pip?r. Mr. Williams. Mr. Walker and Mr. Linen ster. Training school Mr. Thurston. Mr. BlCkaell, Mr. Wontwortli. Mrs. Chase nnd Mr. Kroniiu. Kindergarten...

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IT COST MUCH MONEY To Induce Them To Do It. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 23 January 1904

IT COST MUCH MONEY To Induce Them To Do It. The Returned Expeiue Attendant on Putting Daly, Coveney, Donovan & Co. Into City Halt Presented herewith is the statement filed by the Non-partisan municipal party as its receipts and expenses during the recent municipal campaign. It is v very Interesting document. Under the head of "Printing and advertising" It seems that the Fast Cambridge paper led all the rest in the sum received, for it is credited with receiving $i'i6, while the Chronicle received $215.50, Democrat, $lu,j. Tribune, $172, Press, (which. stated so emphatically that it received nothing for its support.) $150, Suburban, $50, Guardian, $75, und the Colored Citizen, $211. The two latter are Boston papers published in tlie interests of the colored people. The Boston dailies received only small amounts. The total receipts were $6984.70, and the expenses $081)7.10. leaving a balance of $87.00. The following contributions of two hundred dollars were received: Augus...

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CAPITULATES TO BIGOTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 23 January 1904

CAPITULATES TO BIGOTRY. We are neither a prophet nor tho son. of a prophet, but we think the future, In relation to his honor, the mayor, la unfolding itself quite clearly and we venture the prediction that Daly Is being done up In the house of his friends (?). They have already made him serve their not over honorable purpose, which, by an unprecedentedly small margin enabled him to squeeze into City hall. There is not the least likelihood that a repetition of the trick will again succeed. Mr. paly, having once served a mean purpose may be relied on to do service in a still meaner one. General Champlln is quoted as saying that Mr. McNamee received 7(H) Nonpartisan votes and that paly did not get near that many Democrats. The obvious Inference i 3, that if any other Non-partisan was nominated he would get thiß 700, and consequently the Nonpartisans would win by a much larger margin. Therefore, to experiment again with Daly would be suicide. The great thing to be accomplished from the...

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A RARA AVIS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 23 January 1904

A RARA AVIS. On Inauguration day his honor, .he mayor, complained that the time at liis disposal was bo short that he could not give much consideration to deportment.il affairs and had to content himself with expressing one solitary conviction, "vacation schools," or as one of the best-known clergymen of 'he city has Bald, "Lazy mother's schools." So absolutely blank was his mind on all other questions that the best tie could do was to refer the city council to the department reports. The aftermath of this, gra iar school essay was universal disappointment which evoked an exhibition of charity from" the newspapers of tho city never before kimyn, while In generally conceding that the story told by the mayor waa weak and betrayed no lurking germs of future promise, they considerably refrained from anything that might tend to superinduce the rattles In hli honor's, evidently, not to prolific mentallltles. But lo! and behold I he, who alter passing through s campaign In which every form...

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NON-PARTISAN CONSISTENCY [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 23 January 1904

NON-PARTISAN CONSISTENCY For the past two years the Non-parti-san members of the board of aldermen have laid down the principle that when there was no vacancy they could 1101 vote to confirm nominations made by the mayor. To this they remained consistently true in every Instance, in one case Alderman Carsteln declared that ninety per cent, of his inclination was with the mayor's nominee, and that his relations with the Incumbent if the office were such that he did not speak to him for two years, yet th" other ten per cent, In favor of the Incumbent, out-weighed. On the principle already stated, the ninety per cent, in favor of the nominee; and In consequence he was obliged to vote against confirmation. We are therefore Justified In expecting that a party protecting such close adherence to a principle when dealing with candidates, not of their party: would be equally loyal to it. even if It should happen that the nominee was of their party and the incumbent of another. No rule of con...

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IS PEAVEY PASSE? [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 23 January 1904

IS PEAVEY PASSE? City solicitor Peavey has now for many years been legal advisor for the city of Cambridge. So far as we know he is a good lawyer, and we believe he Is a conscientious, painstaking public servant. But there are a few things that we feel duty bound to say about him at this time, and we say it without any desire to do him Injustice. Iv the first place Mr. Peavey as legal advisor to the mayor and city council knows full well that fn most cases his word so fur as they are concerned is LAW, and he knows that when his opinion Is given on ordinary questions to the city council it is accepted as authoritative, consequently he has a wide range in which to employ expediency instead of the technical determinations of statutory law,. To this in most cases we have no objections, for there are many questions referred to the city solicitor where sense and not law is needed In answer. Often have we noticed In Mr. Peavey's answers an expression of misapprehension of what was wanted. ...

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THE OVERSEERS OF THE POOR. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 23 January 1904

THE OVERSEERS OF THE POOR. Those who have closely observed the official conduct of "the three ex-over-seers of the poor whose places were tilled on last Tuesday night can well congratulate the city In getting rid of such Incompetent officials. These three men, Messrs. Walker, Bullock and Mlllun, were the three who conducted that famous mock trial, the Kstabrook Investigation. The public should feel well pleased to get rid of their services and the poor should offer up a prayer of thanksgiving that these three men, who discriminated in their dispensing of assistance, are no longer in a position to make fish of one and flesh of another. Only men who have had some interest in the distribution of aid should be selected for this board. The three men nominated and elected on last Tuesday are Lawyer Wlnslow, F. X. Masse, and James F. Mullen. Or these three we knbw that one, Mr. Mullen, has been interested in charity, as he Is at present a member of that great charitable society, the St. Vi...

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GRAY'S THROW-DOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 23 January 1904

GRAY'S THROW-DOWN. Mayor Daly last Tuesday evening nominated Mr. Tracy superintendent of public buildings and It is expected that the Non-partisnn aldermen will confirm. We fr. '' Bay that we believe he did right ,n making the nomination, for we believe that Mr. Gray was not n good pu'.ibc servant when there. Bui the failure to give Mr. Gray a vindication by the Non-partisans we cannot pnss without pointing out their absolute Inconsistency. Mr. Gray was put on trial two yeum ago by a Democratic mayor on serious charges. The Nonpartisan lioaid of aldermen refused lo convict, or to remove hhn and emphatically declared that the mayor was wrong and did great Injury to Mr. Gray. A year later the Non-partisans lost control of the board and the mayor removed Mr. Gray and the Democratic nldertnen confirmed Ids successor. The Non-partisan aldermen still had faith in Mr. Gray and refuses to confirm, so far as they cotihl. his successor. Now the tables are turned and the Nonpartisans are In po...

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YET TO BE CARRIED OUT. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 23 January 1904

YET TO BE CARRIED OUT. The Non-Partisans made much commont out of a remark made by one of tile-Democratic candidates "To the victors belong the spoils." This man was honest In his remark. He was no hypocrite. The Non-partisan leaders believe In this doctrine Just as sincerely as the Democratic candidate but their hypocrisy predominates and they net what the other man openly advocates. The people should be Informed of a deal which Is alleged to nave been made but not as yet fulfilled. T/ast year officer Hurley sought promotion to a captaincy. When Mayor McNamee questioned Mr, Coveney, then In his good graces, the latter said; "Good God you can't appoint Hurley as a captain. He would be a disgrace. He's one of those fellows that stand around and says: 'deese and doses and denis." " The mayor would not gratify his wish. Their a deal waa made with Hurley, come out against McNamee, get your brother-in-law, John Allen, whose name will be on the top of the list, who Is a member of the Demo...

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UNWISE LEGISLATION. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 23 January 1904

UNWISE LEGISLATION. Mr. Coveney's scheme to amend the rules so as to allow a committee to decide to which body of the city council a measure shall be reported is unwise and suspicions legislation. The corporations of the state have attempted again and again to bring about just such a scheme as this. Mow easily these corporations could have killed many of the laws so favorable to the people If they nad 111 operation the scheme now proposed by Mr. Coveney. and none should know this better than the same Mr. Coveney. Gentlemen of the city council, be careful how,, you follow the advice of some men. The present rule Is wise and just. It Is proper that the measure should have aa its champion, to plead its cause, the father of the movement. It Is wise that the same branch of the city government which saw the birth of the order or resolution should have the benefits of the study put Into the subject by the member who introduced the proposed legislation: Don't follow .Mr. Coveney's scheme. D...

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