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"CONTRACTORS KICK." [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 23 January 1904

"CONTRACTORS KICK." The Chronicle of last week contained an article headed as above. It referred to a contest now on between J. E. 1.0--catelli, the contractor, building the Elm street school-house, and Mr. Tracy, superintendent of buildings. The article recalls to us the difference In the method of doing business between the Non-partisan and the Democratic administrations. In the famous Cray trial evidence was shown that some men were paid in full before the work called for by the contract was computed, Mr. 1/ocutclli Is righting because he has not received as much money for the work actually performed as Is required under the contract. (Julte n' difference. Which party In this Instance better protects the city? While on the subject of contractors let ub go to that other department. - the street department, the department which, on tlie stump, was said to lie In the control of contractors. Never in the history of the street department was there so much rejection of ninlerlal furnis...

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THAT RAISE IN SALARIES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 23 January 1904

THAT RAISE IN SALARIES. Much talk has been made because Superintendent Shea raised certain salaries just after election. These men had applied for such Increnses In March but superintendent Shea told them that he was not then In a position to give them their increase because he could not tell whether they were worth mure or not. If they were, he would Increase them when the new fiscal year begins which Is December 1. Many of our citizens are not aware of the fact that the city year does not begin on the first of January, but the first of December. The Cambridge Chronicle sayß: "If they were worthy of It, they should have been given the raise hefore election." And yet if Mr. Shea had done that everything the Chronicle nnd the stump orators would have cried "rollties." Mayor McNamee and Mr. Shea had decided before election -to give these Increases, but they resolved to wait until election was over. The Chronicle said the increase was wholly unjustifiable. There might be debatable grou...

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SAVING OF $200,000. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 23 January 1904

SAVING OF $200,000. The citizens have Just learned that the cities of Boston and Cambridge will have saved the above amount because of the fall in the price of steel. Next fall we expect the Non-partisans to claim this saving as a result of Mayor Daly's election, for it is hard for them to give credsWo any Democrat, but this they must do In this case. I*aat year .Mayors Collins and McNamee took a trip to the steel Industries of the country. Some called It a Junket, but It proved to be a very profitable journey. The knowledge secured by these two Democratic mayors proved profitable to both cities. They did not rush home and enter Into n contract bill decided to wait until the situation changed In their favor, with the result as now made public. The business judgment of Mayors McNamee and Collins has saved the cities |200,000. Again we repeat, more evidence of the business administration of Mayor McNamee. The reign of graft uiider Non-partisan administrations in Cambridge ceased durin...

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IT LOOKS BAD FOR THE MAYOR. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 23 January 1904

IT LOOKS BAD FOR THE MAYOR. We must now turn to the hypocrisy of Mayor Daly. Ills chief advisers today seem to be men who say one thing and do another. Some of these advisers were the head and front of that notoriously insincere body of men formerly known as Library Mailers, but today sailing under the flag of the "Good Government League." Please examine one statement alleged to have been made by him in the Cunningham case: "Your appointment was a political ofie and made to further the cause of I leinocrac-y." These areiilnln words, which If, spql>en^by > 'a wfneere man means. "I condemn a man for making a nonilnatlon for the benefit of his party. Then 1 must not make a political nomination for the purpose of aiding my political party, An honest man will not do what he publicly or privately condemns in another. Yet all Intelligent men realize that tin? proposed changes In the police department will be matte solely for political purposes and lo reward a certain ...

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WHAT A DIFFERENCE? [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 23 January 1904

WHAT A DIFFERENCE? What a comparison there Is In the character of Mayor Daly ami that of ex-Mayor McNamee. Mayor MeNninee meant whst he said. He never yet condemned the action of his fellowman and then committed the same act himself. Mayor McNamee told the people, before they had cast their ballot. iVlnit he would do If he was elected. Mayor Daly did not dare 10 do this because If he had he never would have been elected. Promises were allowed to be freely made In order to secure the present mayor's election, and many of these cannot be fulfilled, Mayor Daly would never have been mayor 1f he was as open and frank with the people as was Mayor McNamee. The month* between now ami election, will pass too soon lo suit Mayor Daly and then he will learn that of all men moat condemned by the people Is the hypocrite. Then will those people who have been Jollied Into voting for the present executive because of promise held out to them accept the ballot to rebuke these gay deceivers.

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AGAIN OUR NEIGHBOR SPEAKS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 23 January 1904

AGAIN OUR NEIGHBOR SPEAKS. The Chronicle attempts to blind the public by saying the appointment of Mr. Cliltas was not a political one. We bave a personal regard for Mr. Clukas, but be la as much a politician as even Mr. Shea. While he had not been so prominent upon the stump, he has nevertheless been tbe man behind the throne and he has on more than one occasion handled tbe cause of parties and candidates. Mr. Olukas from experience knows who the ones are that can be reuched and his judgment in that respect Is valuable. We would like to know how much money Mr. clukas collected for the Non-partisan campaign. Let the proprietors of the Chronicle come out frankly and say that Mr. Clukas, like other appointments that will follow, will come solely because of service rendered. James Culhune attempted to have Supt. Shea give him live dollars a day for the use of his watering cart because he had not signed the monthly contract. Mr. Shea took his cart away from him. We are now anxiously wai...

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HOUR OF MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 23 January 1904

HOUR OF MEETING. Alderman Carsteln has Introduced an order amending the rules so that meetings of the board of aldermen shall commence at T.BO instead of 8 o'clock. One of the local papers commenting editorially questions Its practicability and says that the final work on committee reports is needed during that half hour. We believe the reason assigned by the local paper is the very objection to the continuance of the present method. We believe the city's interests have been injured because of these hurried committee meetings just prior to the meeting of cither branch of the city council. It Is not uncommon to find three or more committees meeting between 7.:t() and 8 P. M. Everything is on the move. One committee endeavoring to get its-re-port In before the other. The clerk of committees is besieged and he Is expected to do hours of work in so many minutes; but great as is t.ils ob-. jectlon because of liability to erroi; on , his part, and it is surprising that he has not made mor...

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RECENT IMPROVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 23 January 1904

RECENT IMPROVEMENTS. Although Supti Shea Is soon to lea\e his ottiie he has not yet qult-uiaklng new improvements. These two great storms gave him an opportunity to put ■ Into practise recommendations which he made in his annual report/- the plowing of sidewalks in the factory districts of the city, and the plowing of the main lines of travel to the churches of the city. These last storms came on Saturday. The men accustomed to handling the sidewalk plows if the department, which heretofore have been used solely for the sidewalks around the public grounds, reported to the stables at 4 A. M. and were directed to go over certain routes covering all the churches of the city. Thousands who attended early services were surprised to find a way made for them W their churches. All the churches of the city were thus cared for. In the afternoon the sidewalks leading lo the various factories of the city were cured for with the result that fin Monday morning these walks were cleared for these e...

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

That was quite nn unfavorable reflection cast on Senator Rounds In one of the local papers. It reported that Senator Rounds was asked lo be chairman of the special committee to consider the report recently made by the commission which considered the relations of employers and employed, lie refused and the paper roiigrutnlnted him upon his Judgment because he will not be obliged to wrestle with Intricate problems. The Senator Is not built right to wrestle with deep problems. After casting this reflection the paper endeavors to soothe the blow by saying Ires. Jones wanted him there because of his well known business ability. We believe Senator Hounds occupied a room on Joy street where he employs seversl Jobbing masons. Quite nn extensive business training for such an Important nosltlon!

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DR. WEEKS' APPOINTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 23 January 1904

DR. WEEKS' APPOINTMENT. l»r. ■ Weeks, Mayor Daly's canillilate tor physician fur llu< board of health. was horn In Aiiilhthl, N. S., and was educated 111 Amherst t'ullege, N. H. He Is a graduate nf the Baltimore University, college of niedlelne. After practicing lit Nova Wcotlu for a time, he come to I'ainhrldge and hits practiced here for iilxnit fourteen years. He has been v voter for the past eight years, Is married and has no children. He Is of 'Kngllßli mid .Scutch parentage, and is a member of tlie Knights of Malta and Knights of Pythias. It was rumored that he was also a member of the Orange order, hut tills he denies. He has never held any public position. There la general dissent among the cltlwns from Mayor Daly's action lv choosing Dr. Weeks hi place of Dr. Weatherbee. lv fact, it Is said that It would he difficult fur the mayor to have made a more unpopular choice. It Is pointed out that, although Dr. Weeks has been in this city for some time, his practice has...

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

I ' 1 Those who first were inclined to censure Superintendent Shea for resigning have now begun to see things In a different light. Of course some, only too glad to start unfounded reasons whirli reflect upon Mr Shea, are liusy with the reasons why. As the Chronicle said the change in this department was Inevitable. The Non-partisans had the votes and It would have been foolish for Mr. Shea to spend any money when he knew that they realized to keep him In office after tbe campaign they made against blm would have been to them political suicide.

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

George Callahan, the genial Janitor of City hall, was the first to get his notice to quit, (.eorge Is a good Demttcrat. He took his medicine with a smile that won't come oft. He old his work for the city at an expense of $is'.im per week. Now comes the business men's administration which gives his successor $23.00 per week, and probably another man at $1. r >.oo, with the result additional increase of S'Jiuki per week. Who questions the word "Spoils" in the face of such evidence? The lileiiilalc whist chili of Kast Cambridge installed officers at the rooms of the I.isselle social club, Kast Cambridge, Wednesday evening. The officers Installed for the ensuing year were: Miss l.ilPan Dwyer. president; Miss Margaret Drlscoll, vice-president! Miss Mamie It. anion, treasurer: Miss Maiiiie Itirri'tt. recording secretary; Miss Anna Cowhlg, financial secretary. Dancing and whist were enjoyed during the "M'liinir. Miss Maude Harrett •.von llrst ill (lies' i.rlzc and James Mulherln...

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

-* The Central Labor I'nlon lias estali- I Hslied lieaihiiiarters In tlie old Prospect house. All meetings of unions are to be held hereafter In St. George's bull and the offices Will be on the H'sir below. A public meeting of the rnbher workers' union will be held Friday evmlng n::d Thomas .1. Edwards. Inter(national president, will Install the orHoers. The Acorn Social Clnl> held their second annual ball In St. George's hall. Cambridge, Wednesday evening. A concert was given during the first pirt of the evening by Bareelo and Johnstone. MeNaband Antelle, Eddie Davis, McN'ab and .101 l and Frank Schwartis. The tloor was In charge of Vice-Presi-dent Charles Sullivan, assisted by Arthur J iel mid a corps of aids. The employees of the C, 11. Brlgbain i'oui|inn.\ Held their fourth animal ball Wednesday evening In Pfospeel Hall, Cambridge. The Hour was In charge of A. Waehendoi'f, The assistants were It, B. Woods Ipld C. X. Alnswcirlh. and the aids were >'. M. Pott...

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SUCCESSFUL LADIES' NOT [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 23 January 1904

SUCCESSFUL LADIES' NOT By the B. P. O. E. in Cambridge A Festive Occasion at Odd Fellows' Hall on Wednesday Evening. Prominent Guests Present. The first, but what Is hoped will not he the hist ladies' night of the Cambridge Lodge, No. 8311, Benevolent Protective Order of Elks, was held in Odd Fellows Hall, Wednesday. The hall was decorated with si reamers hung from tlie centre of the hall and the walla were covered with bunting. The orchestra was hidden behind a screen of (Kitted plants. From Bto 1) o'clock a reception was held In the lodge room; here everyone present was made to feci at home by the reception committee, so much so, in fact, that It seemed like a family reunion. After Hie reception an excellent concert was given by the following artists: Miss Florence Fay Perry, Conunt illiartel. Mr. Hubert T. Smith, Frank B. Conant, Miss Gertrude Ash. Mr. Peter Robertson. Miss Harriet Warner, with Miss Nettle A. Fox pianist. Ilockett's orchestra also rend red a line musical program,...

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CO. B. PRIZE DRILL. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 23 January 1904

CO. B. PRIZE DRILL. The uniiiial eutUUetltlon for tlt - Simper luedal, lii'Ul by Co. B. I'lfth Ki'ciitieut, wns held lv tl»' new battalion armory Wednesday evetiinjt. a large iitti'iniaiiii' of ibr ineiiili.'i's mill fr'eiitls nf tin' ooni|>au,v were ptess'riti Tin-Judges nf tbe iMinn-sl We're Cant Daniel 3, Murphy, iiimrleriii inter V lib lleiflnient: Captain Erneal :'. Springer, t'oinii.in.v (', l'il'tli Iti'tfliiMiil »nil I.lrtitenant Mann. Potupnn)' 1., l'il'tli lt.Rlllll'llt. After 11 eery banl eoni|a?tttlon tlie IndßPs ilwMaa tbat Bergennl Walter l.lmlli whs tbr beat drilled mini ami so awarded lilm the prise. Thr riniiiiiiiiy mini' on till l Moor. Hral ns ii wlinlr roiii|iiiu.v mid kit drill d iiy Soi-oiid l.li'iit. Jones, tliey then reLired mid those who failed dropped out Twi'lilv-tive came OUt Ihi' SCI -.mi! time ami ware drilled by l.li'iit. r. 3. m<niiniar.i. tin their retiring, those who were to compete In the tinai drill cam* out mid wen- drilled ...

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

Box 11' wis pulled In dhoti! s p. m. Saturday evening for n slight Hit In llie house occupied hy John l.smliert -lis Itrldßc street, ciinsetl hy n limp exploding. Haiiingc. iilioiit it'-'.".

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 23 January 1904

LAWYERS. Telephone MW-0 Msln. OIETRICK, DUNCAN « WOLCOTT , Attorneys at Law, no STATE ST., Rooms 803-804 BOSTON, MASS. • Evening Office, 671 flassachuaetu Avenue, Cambridge. FRANCIS P. CURRAN, Lawyer, 20 Pemberton Square, Boston, Mass. Ijiw oaicea, ao Pemberton ftjuare, Huston. 1-S7 Ilaj market. Residence, Hotel Majestic, Cambridge, :T!J ' Cambridge. • . i.ynoc.o, Main ARtlitß L. FARXZLL. Attorney and Counsellor-at-Law, S3 Court Street, Kiuilna SUO and 221 ] BOSTON, . . MABB . Residence: 172 Spring St., Ea»t Cambwdoe. JArtES B. VALLELY, ; Counsellor-at-Law. Briggs Building. . . . llchiuib .vj-,v>, 1 293 Washington Street, Boston. Tel., Main, tt», Residence. am Ainory St., Cambridge port* JOHN J. SCOTT, \',-\ COUNSELLOR ■ HT ■ I_HlnZ 610 Pemberton Building, Pemberton Square, . . Boston. * Residence, 2 Leonard Avenue. Telephone, Huyinarket 22311. ' ' t _ I—, , . a ( James D. iV.ll & William J. Greene ' Attorneys .in I Cuunsellors-at-Law. lyceo.mihiii.ui.no, harv...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 23 January 1904

PRINTING J. FRANK FACEY 36 Prospect Street, Cambridge. Allied Printing Trades Council Label Telephone 1265-3. BUY THE SENTINEL OF D. B, Shauehnessy & Son BOOK STORE Newspapers, Stationery, Periodicals, Etc., Etc. 278 CAMBRIDGE STREET (Opp. I intitule lliilldlllg) BAST CAMBRIDGE, MASS. Subscriptioni for all Magazines and Papers. VARIETY MOWS, 32 PROSPECT STREET. TJIVES COOD VALUES SAVES CAR FARES TO BOSTON See Our Bargain Counter. QttEEIM-BEER CO. M. DONOVAN, PRACTICAL UPHOLSTERER And Bedding Manufacturer* Dealer In Krus and Iron Beds, Mattresses, Feathers, Furniture Coverings., and all kinds of Upholstering and Hedding Supplies. Couches and Morris Chain made tn order Mattresses and Furniture repaired to look as good as new, 1224 CtUastMp Strut, CAMBRIDGE, MASS. Near Prospect street. Henry Hrooks Davis. Alfred C. Coughlan. Henry Brooks Davis & Co. Bankers and Brokers, 748 Massachusetts Aye., Cambridge. Prohprrt Union Building. Hon iln kind Htocks Bought and So...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 23 January 1904

j. Leo Mcdonald & co. House Painting, Griming, Paper Hanging, Glazing, Interior Decorating. OFFICE,... 22 ELIOT STREET. Tel. Cambridge 544-2. Shop, 23 Chinch St W. 11. Unit's Old Stand. CHRS, ATKINS Bt CO. PAPER HANBERS, WHITEIIW, KALSOMINWa, TINTINB, WHITEWASHIM. Exterior and Interior Decorating. Will Piper Mouldings. Mating, Bluing, At. 27-99 Prospect Street, CANIBRIDCIPORT. B'-Near (.'antral Sq. Tel. 7T-'-3 Cambridge, H. J. SHAW, BnooeMor to Miller & Shaw, Manufacturer of Portable Steam Hoisting Engines, Hammers, Nippe-\ etc., for rile Driving; Bolts, Trusses, and other Iron Work tot bridges and Buildings, MAGHINERY'FOR HOISTING ICE,*" 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. Special attention glven'to Fine Watch, Clock and Jewelry Kepairmg. Ryes Tested ami pro...

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