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THE $2.25 DAY RESOLVE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 13 February 1904
THE $2.25 DAY RESOLVE. Councilman Croiiin, Democrat, offered a resolve expressing the opinion of the council that all city laborers now receiving $2 per day should henceforth receive $2.25. It was sent to the committee on finance, composed of Aldermen Coveney, Carsteln, Dnvls and Blodgett, Councilmen Steams, Elmore, Meyers, Caswell and Walcott, all Nonpartisans, and Councilman Downey, Democrat. All Non-partisans voted against the laborers. Councilman Downey. Democrat, voted In favor nnd told the committee he would bring In a minority report. Councilman Downey offered In the council a minority report that $2.36 per day should be given to city laborers. Councilmen Downey, Nelllgan and Cronin. Democrats: Joel. Ilarlowe and Monk. Non-partisans, spoke in favor, accepting the minority report. Councilman (illes. Non-partisan, moved to table the resolve. Councilmen Caswell, lilies. Meyers, Thayer, Stevens, Wood and Steams, nil NonPartisans, voted to lay the matter over for a week. They were...
SIXTEENTH ANNUAL BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 13 February 1904
SIXTEENTH ANNUAL BALL. Cyprus hall wns filled to the dons Wednesday evening on the occasion of the sixteenth annual ball of I. A. Kennedy mutual benefit BSSOdlWlotl, The hall wns prettily decorated with Hags and bunting and the orchestra on the stage was hidden behind \ screen of potted plants and ferns. Floor director J. A. Welsh l.ud charge of tho dancing. He was assisted by T. .T. lAran nnd the following nlds: X. J. Daisy, M. McDonald, William J. Kersey, C. Beck, D. F. Haley. T. W. Brondbent, .7. 11. Donavan, T. F. Yates, M. .1. Collins, ,1. D. Sullivan, N. MnlVn. J. chamberlain, .1. J. O'Brien, B. S. Morash. Oeorge Murphy. The following were the committee who had charge of the arrangements fer the hall: W. D. Berkeley, chairman. M F. Qiilun, trensurer, D. L. Downey, secretary, James A. Welsh, J. H. Donovan. WllHam J. Kersey, M. McDonald, M. .1. Daisy, T. W. Brondbent, C. Beck. T. J. Lavan.
THE "SENTINEL'S" GOSSIP On Current Events and Happenings. A Few Things Observed by Him as He Patrols Hit Post. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 13 February 1904
THE "SENTINEL'S" GOSSIP On Current Events and Happenings. A Few Things Observed by Him as He Patrols Hit Post. Did you ever see the like of It In your life? Talk about the wicked Democrats; this Non-partisan machine that Is running things just nt the present time could give Tammany, or even Mat. Quny in Pennsylvania cards and sondes and then make them all look like the proverbial 30 cettts when it comes to real, actual spoils. I mean the yard-wide, nil-wool, never-shrlnk kind of office-grabbing that we read about In places which we have hitherto felt we were far removed from. But ain't they peaches. They are not satisfied with whnt Is laying around loobb and not nailed, but they want all thnt the city charter has put a wrought-iron clinch on and they are out with all sorts of instruments to tear these places loose, and when they have no instrument at hand they go to the Legislature to manufacture n new one. And then they are going to try to have the Legislature put patents on their ...
OLD SETTLER GONE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 13 February 1904
OLD SETTLER GONE. One of the oldest French settlers of tills City died in Medford on Monday night last. This was .Nelson Mayo, who came to Cambridge in 1880, He was In Ihe brick burning business until he retired lv 18TO and be afterwards removed to the city in which his death took place. He was born in 1818, The funeral look place Wednesday from bis late residence. Xo. :!7!l ltiverslde nve Hue, Medford. nnd the Interment wus'nt Holy Cross cemetery. Maiden. Ills four grandsons, one of whom Is E. .1. tjiilnielto of this city; acted as pall bearers. A large oberof relatives and friends from this clly attended the funeral.
A POSTPONEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 13 February 1904
A POSTPONEMENT. Owing to a misunderstanding between the committee and the officers of Division SB, A. O. 11., the comniltteo derided nt Ub meeting on Monday evening Inst to postpone its smoke talk, which wns to lie held on Thursday evening of this week to a inter date so that the division may formally act and give the committee full power to go ahead'and enlarge Its scope, and thus be able to give n smoke talk which will be an unqualified success. It Is the Intention to give nn elaborate program, on the new date to be announced later. All members who received tickets for the Feb. 11 date will be able to use them nt this later time.
ACTING CHIEF PULLEN Reads a Little Piece to Police [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 13 February 1904
ACTING CHIEF PULLEN Reads a Little Piece to Police At the Annual Muster on Tuesday Morn- . ing. The Mayor Also Has Something lo Say. Tlie members of the police department were called together on Tuesday I morning last at the Central square armory and Acting Chief I'ullen read a carefully prepared written statement. He was followed by .Mayor Daly. The full lecture by the acting chief is as follows: "When I have been assigned to a station lv the past it has been my practice to call the officers together and have a talk with them in regard to what 1 should expect of them In the line of their duty, and I have thought it wiiii.lil be a good thing to do so now with the whole police force, that we may understand each other nnd may all know what to expect. "What 1 say here is not as an order, but as suggestions and advice as to what i consider an officer's duty and how to do it, and I want every officer to feel and know that what he is ordered to do, and where he 1b p'need, will be for the ...
A SERIES OF SHOCKS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 13 February 1904
A SERIES OF SHOCKS. The Good Government League members and the puiillc which attended that meeting In Saunders' Theatre, Monday night were given a series of more shocks than was ever delivered in this city nt one time. The goverment of Cambridge under the Library Hnll regime wns considered by mnny to hnve lioen the most perfect.ln the world, but President Wheeler of the league, said that the government of cities lv Great Britain nnd Germany, wns more efficient, economical "lid practical than ours. The Non-partisan campaign Of last yenr wns oue of meu nnd not measures nnd President Wheeler condemned tliem for conducting such a campaign. The people of our city have boasted of the efficiency of our school board uutil many believed we had the best in the country, but President Eliot conies out nnd says we have nn incompetent lioard; it Is too large in numbers; it does nol contain even one expert and he admits Hint tho Ideal board Is in St. Louis. Mnny of our citizens have boasted of Cam...
RAPS THE SCHOOL BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 13 February 1904
RAPS THE SCHOOL BOARD. Monday evening President Eliot compnred the school management of American cities With those of foreign countries nnd he gave prtlm to the foreigners. No lnrge representative body can do work of an executive nature as well as a .smaller body. He condenined' the large membership of the school board. As the school system of Cambridge Is the one most under hie observation the sharp criticism of the school boards is applicable to the Cambridge board. Our board, he said, was too large to tie efficient. The Democrats have said, that the Cambridge board was not an efficient one and now comes President Eliot accusing It of the same Incompetency. What a shock to Cambridgeites! Here was President Eliot passing over the Cambridge school board, the pride of Its own members, the Choice of Library Halters nnd Hood Government Leagues nnd selecting the one in the Democratic city of St. Louis as the Ideal one of the eonirtry. President Eliot snld there was not n single expert o...
NOW FOR MONTGOMERY. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 13 February 1904
NOW FOR MONTGOMERY. "This Is lite year for vindication— for all but William 11. Gray, ex-super-lntendent of buildings and Charles A. Brown, ex-superfntendent of streets. How to vindicate former L. M. Hastings, ex-clty engineer, Is a question which Is hard to answer. Never mind Jf he has made many costly mistakes, his friends demand thai lv* be re-In-stated, and re-lustnted he shall be. Now the present plan to secure the old berth for Mr. Hastings curries with It the_reJJj»nient of several Hemocrats ami the reduction lv Office of v Nonpartisan. The present city engineer Is a capable and ambitious young man. When ex-Mayor Sortwell desired a mini to take Mr. Brown's plana as superintendent of streets, he nominated this same Mr. Pierce. When Mayor MeNiiiuee nominated him as city engineer mnny who had watched the former administrations of that ottlce, smd his selection was a good oue and would prove prolltnble to the city. How cnu Mr. Hustings be restored to ms farmer plana} Mr. Pierce c...
PRESIDENT WHEELER'S ADMISSION. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 13 February 1904
PRESIDENT WHEELER'S ADMISSION. The good government league of Cambridge is the gainer by having such v mall as Henry X. Wheeler at Its bead. 'Ill* presence of such n man In the movement does much to check the suspicion 01 the public as to the honesty Of the movement. Mr. Wheeler admitted that thd 1 governments of the cities of Ureal Britain ami Germany were more efficient, economical and practical than were those of our cities. In Ibis admission he Included the government of Cambridge, so long controlled and managed by the Library "hall association, We agree with him in this reflection on the government of Cambridge under Library hall that it was not efficient, economical and practical. These words Were the most suggestive: "In our municipal government we .rely more on men than measures." The condition expressed in these words existed to a marked degree In tbe last campaign In Cambridge. The Xonpartlsan campaign committee practically shut out the public- to the caucus to nominate can...
MEETING OF THE GOO-GOOS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 13 February 1904
MEETING OF THE GOO-GOOS. This Is the term which has been applied to the (food Government League clubs of the COUhtry. Saunders Theatre wns secured because even thnt large space would not be sufficient to senl all who would attend, such was tlie opinion of those who planned the attain Their opinion and that of the public seems to have differed. The public acted as Hiough Ihey hnd no confidence In the sincerity of tlie men lielilnd this movement and consequently ihey stayed away. The prime movers must have nt least thought the people might share this opinion because Ihe managers went to New York lo bring a innn of v National reputation to draw ii large audience. Everything wns done by the organisation to fill this edifice, but the result wns n grent disappointment, for empty sents wns n feature of the meeting. Was Mr. Cutting's address a failure? The best evidence of Its worth wns the spnrn. given It by the Roston pnpers. The. greatest space given by n Roston pnjier wns that given In ...
AN UNFAIR ADVANTAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 13 February 1904
AN UNFAIR ADVANTAGE. On last Tuesday morning the members of the police force listened to speeches from Ihe nin.vor and Chief Pullen. Among other stateßments made was tlie following: "Officers will absolutely refrain fr.iin all discussions In the Btatiops and from meddling In politics or elections In any way, except to vote. Any officer who Is found guilty of political work of any degree rlßks his position, for there is a determination to stamp this practice out." The administration would receive tbe praise of (be public If. by Its acts. It carried oul the sentiment expressed therein hut it must expect censure for Its hypocrisy because of Its olllclnl nets which are contrary to the above advice. During lust year Ihe men who hnd been reduced In the ranks by Mayor McXamee were told that If McNamee wns defented, they would be re-instated. Immediately these men beselged I heir friends mid pleaded with tliciu the Importance of defeating VlcNumoe. Not only wen* fliese Officials reached but...
ELIOT'S CHANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 13 February 1904
ELIOT'S CHANGE. "The friends of organized Inlsir received an awful shock when, at the dinner of the Economic club In Chicago, President Eliot said "The scab is v good type of modern hero." No one connected with the labor movement could see bow such a scholarly man could paint such a' picture of a "scab." The only excuse could be of Ills hick of knowledge of the practical workings of a strike and the real character of the senb. Today be snys the sen. may be a hero, not—ls one. A strike may be on and some catastrophe occur which would require the hero to perform some dangerous act, which might save much loss, the scab might be tbe one to Jump into the breech. In such ii case the scab Is a good type of a modern hero. Hut under no conditions can we see a hero In n mini who, tor sottish reasons, endeavors to deprive his fellowinen of Ills Just shnre of his enfnlngs, which earnings would bring added happiness and comfort to Ihe home. President Eliot brought his Hence tv distant Switzerlan...
A TIP TO MR. DANA. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 13 February 1904
A TIP TO MR. DANA. These words were uttered by Mr. Dana at the meeting of the Good Government League: "One head of a department In a city not 100 miles from Cambridge, haa recently boasted he had raised $80,000 for the campaign among people who dealt with his department. We knovV what that means, lie got It from p?o--pie who made their money out of the city." All who rend those lines are satisfied that .Mr. Ila mi bus not rcerred to tbe Democratic administration of the niTnlrs at City Hall. Mr. Dana need not go outside of Cambridge to learn that under tbe past Non-partisan administrations this method of raising campaign funds has been employed, and we nre told to good advantage. Contractors have been allowed to deliver materials not up to the specifications in Ihe hope that when Hie campaign arrived they would appreciate the leeway given to fliein and there Is no doubt hut thai II was appreciated 111 the form of v donation of large or small size according to the extent hi which the ...
A QUESTIONABLE STANDARD. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 13 February 1904
A QUESTIONABLE STANDARD. Chief (Vl I'ullen must have witnessed tile perforh cc of Dim Daly 111 the Belle of Xew York and enjoyed bis song "of COUrSe .you call never be like me. hut be as like me as you're able to lie." Chief I'ullen doesn't dare to no quite as far as the famous coniedlali who admitted thai no one could aver be tike him, bill many believc&gt; lie certainly harbors tin- thought. The chief ainencis Daly's speech and substitutes these words: "I hold every one of you .up to my standard, if you cannot reach It, lam sorry, for you cannot make a goof police officer nor expect uilvaiicomen'." If this doesn't represent conceit we are ready to lie .Instructed us to Its meaning, Here be boasts that he himself is a good officer and ho admits thnt men nn the force can never be like him, for which he expresses sorrow. Should the public be sorry If men on the force do not copy his'official conduct J The SENTINEL believes Hint if all the members of the force were to do allot...
THAYER REWARDED. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 13 February 1904
THAYER REWARDED. Tbe determination of this administration to reinstate nil those men lnh! off and even discharged by the McXamee administration Is now common talk. All of these men were sore at their treatment by the former administration and all of them were urged to do their share In the defeat of McXamee. and their old positions would be given to them. This promise Is being carried out by the present purity party. The SENTINEL will now review the ease of Eoremnn Thnyer. Lnst year Superintendent Bhea In visiting District 2. which comprises old and North Cambridge, found one foreman and two sub-foreman bossing a very small force, so lie laid n!T the last subforeman employed, which wns Mr. Thnyer. He then conducted the district with the foreman and sub-fore-man until the foremnn was caught certifying to the superintendent thnt one Wright had been working eight hours n dny for four consecutive days when in fact the said Wright wns nt home and had not been nt work during Hint lime. Fo...
VINDICATION FOR GEORGE HOWLAND COX. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 13 February 1904
VINDICATION FOR GEORGE HOWLAND COX. The present purk commissioner. Mr. Cox. die yeoman's service to the party which cried , ity before Party,- but which party has already been condemned by the Nonpartisan Press, as n party which bus placed "Party before everything." This Is nn awful (jjdlctment. Yet every day's occurrences are convincing the elll/.cns thill It wasn't wise to swap horses crossing Ihe stream. Tbe McNamee men are being thrown out nnd Daly hustlers put In their places. They don't call this the spoils system, they cnll It vindication. Mr. Cox was chairman of the park commission prior to the reign of Mayor McXninee. Mr. Cox wns very sore when the two Democratic members elected Mr. Conlnn to is- the chairman. Mr. Cox would like to make someone else sore nt tbe present time, nnd he will In nil probability succeed In his request. Mr. Cox would like to lie chairman once again- He can't have the honor While there are two Democrats iqion the board, but he can have this berth If...
A QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 13 February 1904
A QUESTION. Mr. Rent-don's connection with the Hood (lovernment League bus caused more,than one citizen to doubt the purity or the movement. Mr. Reunion wns once a park commissioner and during the lime he held office thereon, the park police was created. The SEXTIXEL w0u.,1 like to ask Mr. Reardon how many park policeman be requested of the civil service commissions and how ninny were placed, and If the netion of the board wns not In violation of the civil service rules? Our remembrance of this affair is inch ns lo stamp It as the most flagrant vlolnllon of the civil service rules ever perpetrated In nny of the city boards or departments.
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 13 February 1904
Chief of I'ollre Cunningham received SliKt.Ol ns pay for 1!) dnys' salary, from the city treasurer's office on Wednesday. And still the Xon-pnrtlsan machine claims that he wns illegnlly holding his position. Then why not carry out the bluff nnd not pay anything? The courts will decide us lo which claim Is right. In relation to the matter of a subway under the Fltchburg tracks In Xorth Cambridge, It Is related that Councilman Meyers. In calling down one of the Xon-partisan members of the council for voting for It, was told that It was a much-needed Improvement and that It ought to pass, at which .lullus replied, 'Then why didn't you bring In the order and then we would have supported It. And the councilman thinks that tbls is liberal Non-partlssnshlp. He Is learning his lesson fast. After all the talk about the Inefficient board of health there wns not a uiurmur about the re-cDctio:i of Drs. Mt-Hlrr ami Seunott by the machine. Of rniirse the public realizes that It wbb simply a case ...