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Boston Globe (Newspaper) - November 1, 1903, Boston, Massachusetts Confident of a Large vote Outlook in the 12tjir13h and 14th looks Good for Shore Boulevard Between Nahant and oct state Campaign Cathie to a close so far As the democrats Aro with a num rallies held in the different representative the republicans will held their last rally monday night at Lynn when senator lieu gov Guild and congressman Rob erts will it has Beon an unusual Campaign in several on the surface but i Little interest has been displayed in the state and the democrats have apparently had a monopoly of the in the leaders of that party have worked hard to increase the voting list by getting men naturalized and Mak ing them besides getting stole of native born citizens on the they have also followed up this preliminary work with thorough canvasses in the different and held a Large number of rallies in All the result is the democrats feel very confident that the vote for col Gaston will toe larger than last there is sufficient interest the leaders but it is not of the Hurrah but rather of Tho kind that Means business and a determination to increase the Gaston to All appearances the republicans Jive Bli Wii unusual apathy during Texo and members of the City commit tee say that less work has been done this year than for a Long nevertheless men have been work canvassing the wards and endeavouring to set men on the lists whose sympathies were with that it is claimed that on the whole the party is in As Good condition in tins As it has been for some time and that but Little work is necessary to keep the vote the leaders do not find it they to con duct vigorous Campaign for the stale ticket As the candidates in the various districts arouse and bring out the the have hot been so i Active this year As and the politicians of Boli the a Bujor parties say Hie vote of unit party fall off while socialists say they will Yain and make Large in Rudds into the voters of larger chairman of the democratic City committee is confident that Gas t Iii Tim Ouvry the he says registration Haw been increased All along j the particularly in Strong on every hand we Liao assurances that men who did not support col Gaston at the last election will do so throughout the City we Are receiving the most encouraging the rallies have been largely attended and the speeches have aroused i have been surprised with the sup port promised us in the fight and feel that we have an excellent Chance to carry the City for chairman Attwill of the Republican City committee does not place much Reliance the predictions of his of he says gov Bates will carry the City by about the same vote As last there is no disaffection on the part of the but we know of a Large number of men who will vote for gov Bates this year who did not do so before for various his vetoes and through his stand on legislation the governor has strengthened Lynn has much to feel grateful to gov Bates for several years we fought for the state Highway from the Point of Pines and for the Shore but were turned he has been governor less than one Highway is Ali assured while the Boulevard will be said completed at Rea 1 sons and Many others we find men who will vote for the ticket and find but Little the socialists place their vote for governor at about hitch one of the says the party will show increased and he bases this claim on the additions to the members of the Central socialist club and the number of persons who have expressed themselves As ready to vote Tor candidate Republican town the latter claim or Moulton should be sup and that they exp Ottha wards to stand by he would represent the District his f lends and while not a would Endeavor to for the interests of thai representative Blaney considers he is entitled to a second term after his rec Ord of last he attended strictly to he and assisted in every movement calculated to further the interests of the District arid Cit i he has been in business in this City for and is very Well and favourably th5 decision of the metropolitan Park commission to Complete the Shore Boule Vard from Swampscott to and to Start on the actual work of construction in the Early Spring is gratify Many citizens who have favored this with this Boulevard finished and out according to the plans of the com a Beautiful driveway will to provided and a connecting link established Between Nahant and it has been stated that this will Maks one of the grandest pleasure drives in this the news that the commission intended to at once begin on the work of plans was received last saturday by mayor who has been deeply inter ested in the construction of the Boule the commission notified the vote our wan and Suc Cess is in i t the republicans say tue democrats have not a Lookin and that messes Mcclinn and Salter will carry the District As they have the is United on the two Candi the loaders save and they will get among the largest votes the supported s and friends of my Canh and Salter say there la no foundation for the claims of the opposition that is they claim that the contrary is the True condition and that both candidates will be loyally supported and easily the Republican leaders show the utmost Confidence in the result and Point to their claims that both the Tell Candi dates Are Strong with the work Sigmen and that their positions have been in Dorset by the or Mccari very popular Mah and when elected to the City government received a High vote in the there Are rumours of disaffection among the Republican voters against or but he they Are and that he has received assurances upon which he May rely that the voters of the District will again support these stories Are started for the effect they will to and there is no truth in them the republicans recognize that the democrats Are making a hard and that with the Large increase Ili registration in the District the chances of messes Coffee and Johnson Are better mayor that it desired the City should i than make some permanent arrangement with i As has been the Case in recent reference to taking care of the Brook the 1lth is again the storm Cen which empties into the Ocean near the with 11 candidates for the two rep line with its before it proceeded the City will not interfere with the work in any but will assist the resent Tive including the pro labor and ind Epen but it is conceded on All sides that the fight lies Between the two regular commission and Engineer Leland will i democratic and Republican soon Start on plans with reference to the democrats of the District conf the Brook and Endeavor to solve the Dently look for election of messes problem of conveying the water into the Driscoll and owing to the feel of Chari without despoiling the driveway ing among the which now or interfering the ideas of the commas assumed an open and promo nent members of that party do not Dos Guise the fact that they will vote for the the District is in a and the shrewd politicians shake their Heads and say they Are unable to toll How the Joyed As a breathing spot by hundreds will although nearly All of j Are inclined to the belief that if the the remainder of the land will now democrats hang together the one result be taken so that the Boulevard will exp will be the election of both tend from the foot of Nahant St along there is great dissatisfaction among the Beach to the Swampscott where the republicans on the result of the Cau the state now owns about on third of the land necessary for the Boule Vard along the the common took the land three years and it has since lain although in politicians look for a increased Gaston Rockport to vote on matter of accepting Carnegie Library Liberal estimates submitted for breakwater it will connect with new Ocean the valuation much of the land to Cus which nominated Alderman Maxwell me valuation Tuuu i Luc menu us ech Nett son of the Man be taken is placed at a Gigli and who ran independently last year and the state will probably have to pay i was together with judging from the prices paid on the land already owned by the the old line republicans do not take kindly to this and the in this land will be taken along the i dictations Are some of them have Good Shore it is will they Are not being Given an greatly increase the valuation of the Opportunity to with the adjacent As it will provide the democratic leaders urls in All four representative districts the lights Are being waged with the democrats say that in three of the Dis the 13th and they have an excellent Opportunity to elect All their and they Are bending every Effort to this in the Lith Long looked upon As hopelessly Republican by the demo the two representative messes Callahan and have awakened matters until their names Aro being and some of the older democrats say they can hardly believe what has taken for they never expected to have even a fighting Chance the two Republican my prs Jackson and Are considered exceptionally Strong candidates by some of the and their supporters say they will secure the usual on the other the democrats say such Good work has been done by the workers in the interests of Callahan and Shattuck that the vote of their opponents will be Cut Down in this District a Large number of Young and enthusiastic friends of or Callahan Are working diligently in his and they report with Confidence that his vote will be a Large he is so Well and favourably they men have expressed pleasure at the Opportunity of voting for Swampscott politicians say the Republican candidates will be nut in that town and that the defection will up to increase the vote for the democratic but to what extent this feel ing is shown is in the Lith usually left Al most wholly alone the except to make nomination Sand not Fol Low up this ant Lon with a affairs Are very different this Here they have named Exma Yor Newhall i and Michael Phelan As the Candi dates in opposition to representatives Blaney and Clarence the reside in this while or Moulton lives in the candidacy of or Newhall has been Well and there Are Many Mer in both parties who predict his election beyond his Public serv ices have been such As to win the re Spect of men of All and when Ever he has been a candidate party lines have not out much his experience in municipal affairs and with legislative methods is so Well known that he is recognized As one who in All have great influence in shaping legislation that would be Berie Iclal to the in Lynnfield he is very Well known and enjoys the Confidence of the people to a degree which will win him Loyal and men from that town say they feel confident ii would represent their interests with this town is classed As but the voters have shown Independence in political us democratic candidates have received a majority vote there or Newhall is now Nerving As an Al having been elected for successive and each time has Par yrs making up the City of the among Tho voter tie la held in very High esteem unit prominent republicans in this City do v pack As a or Phelan is one of the Ablest Bunp Ven of the he has a Ber of friends who Are doing All in the r Power to Bra nor about his election they know and esteem him highly for his honesty of learning and affable it is acknowledged on All sides that to would protein very Able member of the House bring credit to the District and among his most Loyal Ritu have been identified with Republican politics yet they state openly they intend to disregard party and stand by the Young Man in wards 6 and Campaign committees in his interests Are at work and the District has Seldom been so closely covered As at present by he and his running the republicans Are but not nearly to the extent of the democrats the former evidently relying on the null Kornily Inge majorities Given the Nomi although last year Exma Yor ram Deli came within 60 votes of on number of republicans in the wards have openly stated they would vote Lor Meu they knew in preference to follow in party lines and this has called out a protest from Tho frontage on Tho the City will Benefit in this the assessors As the property will be much More valuable than under existing Circum the entire Shore front will be with the land necessary for the Boule including red and thus the state will own a strip of property along the Shore running from the Nahant life Paul gestation building to beyond the Swa Degott with the exception of what the Boulevard will Cost is known but it is estimated in the Vicinity of and a Large por Tion of this will be expended for break Waters to the Roadway from storms and prevent washing the expense of maintaining break Waters has been a heavy one on the Pri vate and frequently the heavy stones forming the Barrier against the encroachment of the Soa have been undermined and allowing deep find wide holes to be made along Tho this has been the Case with the prop Erv already owned by the in Sev eral places the breakwaters have been injured and the result has been great damage to the so far the private owners have Beon unable to find a per manent and it is claimed it will be a task on the part of the the late Hon Hayes was one of the thief movers in the Boulevard h was among the Foremost men to advocate the building of the Roadway and Tho furnishing of a Shore drive and and for several years worked zealously to have the project taken up by the Cark As he was of Tho Odt Nion it would be of great Benefit to the he was assisted by a number of oth including Hastings and who joined with him in the and now feel elated that the com Mission has decided to Complete the work and build the or and mrs Samuel Packard of have issued invitations for their Silver which will be held in their 32 Middlesex next thursday de Salle will hold an Assembly in hibernian Hill next Friday this is the first to be held by this pythian Assembly pythian sister Hood will hold a fair in Exchange Hall next saturday and monday there will be an entertain ment each there will be a football Grame on the West Lynn grounds next saturday afternoon Between the Lynn and Merrimac the annual concert and Ball of Lynn local bartenders International league of will be in Odd Fel lows Hall next tuesday mrs Mary Hanford Ford of Boston will give a of lectures in the Hall 41 Market St this to be under Tho auspices of the metaphysical the first will be tomorrow afternoon and the subject will be the holy a recital will be Given in Oxford club Hill monday evening for the Benefit of the new England Home for deaf located in the recital will be Frlan under the direction of and an elaborate program has been the attractions in the Lynn theatre for week will be Sunshine of Mon tuesday which is a play written by miss Ethel May Shore of and in to be put on by the Nan Nette club of this City Gay or Gold Stein wednesday Ole Olson Friday and the old Homestead saturday afternoon and Lynn hitch school football team will Nlay the Peabody High school team on the Glenmere grounds in this City tuesday and on thursday Ter Onri the Lynn Haj re will play with the rain Scott High on the same the Polo games scheduled for next week no Lynn and Chelsea tuesday and Lynn and Stonehart sat urday both games will be in Tho armory rink on Franklin a concert and supper will be Given in Tho Mai Loyst Church next wednesday and thursday evenings for Tho Benefit of that text enslave improvements Are to be made to Tho the Corner Stone of the synagogue of Tho congregational Alrabat which is being erected on Church will be Laid tomorrow afternoon at 2 with appropriate Tho program will comprise the ritualistic and there will be by mayor rabbi Charlos Fleischer and rabbi or hers Berft of rabbi Benjamin Gordon of the Lynn Rev Harriman of the East Baptist Hon Howard and there will be a socialist rally in socialist Munroe tomorrow even when an address will be made by representative Carey of the rally will be under the auspices of the Central socialist a Republican rally will be held in the theatre tomorrow when it is expected that senator Henry Cabot Lodge will be present and Lieut gov Guild will also be present and address the Glen Lewis Royal will hold an meeting in Woodbury Hill monday and it is expected Tiv Deputy Regent of will be will to in entertainment and banquet in the 18th District has never been stirred As in this fight for the Elei Lon of representatives Between messes Coffee and and Mocann end there Wren some Lively contests in wards and 4 end of the but they have not approached the m of this a House House canvass has been Mlp arid is a result of this the demo Fritz they arte assured of the o their the hard est King of work has been done for Johnson and both Are pleased Xith the and confident that the District will be represented next year by Coffee supporters say that every of the District looks Well for their candidate that in places where it would not ordinarily be supposed the Tocmo crab would poll a Large vote a if in Johnson will run Wilh Thev and these workers look with Confidence to the re they Flag sure that the dissatisfaction the Republic inns will bring them Many votes and that or coffees Well Friendship for the Workingman will or lip him much strength at the William manager of coffees says there la no doubt of the election of we know Many Republican voters who will and Kelley will be High men and it is claimed that or Maxwell has encountered some but his say that if the game is played fair he will get a majority of the votes and be there is no reason Why he should not get they they look anxiously toward and have expressed wonder As to what will be the result in that recalling previous when a Ward 6 and a Saugus Man were on the last year the Saugus Candi received 602 votes in that town to 263 and respectively for the regular Bat and in 1898 when Bennett and Harwood ran the former received 5s3 and the latter the republicans claim that Saugus has never stood with the Ward 6 Candi Date As the Ward has stood by the Man from the town and this has Given the friends of or Maxwell something to think the Saugus men this say the vote will be com Jara telvely even and that there will be no bullets As or Maxwell is one of the Best known business men of the Ward aria he has four years in the City he tar very Many warm Friend who Are working for him and they feel conf Dent that he will be he is o Youns Man of ability and it is be lion it would represent the District a Ivor Tennett came into the fight in Peculiar manner and from indications bad to take up the night against his and at the same time has Tho assistance of the latter and this mfmif1 that he knows How to make a when Bennett or dropped out the son accepted the a he candidate has made speeches in which he stated he desired to be judged by his record and this has called Forth a scathing criticism from some of the Moi prominent republicans in the one of them and he is an a Leader the interest cer Pelt clans pretend to have storing Harmony in the District is in or before the punic a regular candidate a pro Srour of was he Loyal to the regular nominees last year was he Loo vhf for Harmony then if he to loved in Harmony Why did he not prac Tice it then the saurus Man now sex a stained and wilted Branch and Orlen out for peace and office from a Petty i did his Best to disrupt and do fear or Bennett says what was done last year was for As the town was entitled to one of the and that the voters of the District endorsed his Harmony prevails among the demo the leaders and chairman states there is no doubt As to the election of the we have two men of exceptionally clean records and he who arc known to every voter in the the people have Confidence in a labor carnival is planned for the week commencing nov and organizer Stuart Reid is arranging to have a number of meetings held during that at which addresses will be delivered by the More prominent labor men from All Over the at that Elmo the National convention of the of will be in session in and or Reid plans to have a carnival Hern that will bring to the attention of every Labouring Man the need of organization and the fact that the Union Label should be on All a cods Centra labor Union has heartily entered into the and it is expected it will be a great among the speakers itis Hope to secure is John the final arrangements have not been but or Reid and a com Mittee Are hard at work perfecting the Tho Mystic Lodge Reading room association will hold a whist party in Tho Reading room in Central next Fri Day there will be a whist arid dancing party at Tho Rockland club next Fri Day under the auspices of that knights of will hold a smoke talk in the Lodge next thursday when the committee in charge will be Thomas Necdham and the Christian Endeavor society connected with Tho North congregational Laighton will celebrate the 0th anniversary of its organization to and the Sermon will be by James who was the pastor of at Tho time the society was on tuesday evening next the society will hold a reunion in the and a number of Short addresses and a musical entertainment will be George Home Camp meeting services appear to attract More attention than any other form of religious exercises held in this town for Many the services will continue in the methodist Church the coming several out town clergymen will assist the pastor and Daniel who died at ills Home on the Fellows Road aged of was one of the Best known Farmers in this miss for a Long period engaged in Mission work in will speak in ascension memorial episcopal Church next thursday Arthur Millett of n is visit ing friends in he was formerly a resident of work is progressing on the municipal lighting and in a few More Days it is expected that the town will be illuminated with electric in Sev eral sections of the town both wires and lights Are in Many of the private residences Are also being less cranberries were harvested in this Section the present autumn than the crop on the fresh water Meadows was unusually while the product at Lake mans Beach was about the same As last Cocheco Mills on Winter n oct were posted in the various department of the Cocheco Mills today announcing the Winter time schedule to go into effect next the Mills will Start each morning at and the weeks work will Stop at 4 p instead of at Noori on unknown burled at oct body of Tho unknown Man found floating in the Merrimac River near gages ferry at Ward Hill was buried in the City lot at Hilldale cemetery this after left two Days Tor oct is generally thought that this City tuesday will throw a larger relative vote for Gas ton has been Given a democratic nominee for Many the fact that gov Bates is a summer resident of this he has circulated in a comparatively narrow Circle in these and has not generally met the voting on the gov on his annual visits made it a Point to know As Many people As arid this was not because of any supposed political advantage to to derived from the but from the inherent democracy of the when he first came to Magnolia he was either councilman or an Alderman in he loved outdoor sports and was especially devoted to almost his first act on coming to town and getting his was to ride Over to Gloucester and look up manager George Mcdonald of the Gloucester baseball team and arrange a series of games at and those who participated and witnessed these affairs will boar witness not Only to Tho enjoyment but to the impression of Hearty Good Fellowship made on the Large number of Young men with whom he came in and which worked him he Naanom Ina Ted for gov of the has none of this sporting element which appeals to the Young at least there have been no indications of anything of Tow kind during his sojourn no doubt other and weightier matters have claimed his and it is True that it is no Handicap on a mans capacity or executive ability that he is not strenuous in the line of outdoor recreation and cannot make himself Hail fellow Well met with the younger ele there is a distinct tendency on the part of the younger class of As Well As those of More mature to vote for Gaston this and this May be largely because the democratic candidate appeals to them on the purely personal ground of being a Young or of seeming to be More Sothan his while this May be it is also the fact that Many Young men who would naturally be democrats have been diverted into the ranks of the Republican and now show a disposition to get Back to their this has been mainly because the doctrine has been preached Here that thai democrats were the foes of the fisheries and the friends of free on the con that the republicans were the sole custodians of the Prosperity of the of has been farther from the All parties when in Power have friends of Glouckes to the enlightened statesmanship of Thomas Secretary of state under we owe Tho existence of the modes Alvendi clause to the Defeated Bayar Chamberlain treaty since has operated so effectively in allaying All friction be tween the Canadian and Newfoundland officials and the american this provision is in Force and it is speaking Well within Bounds Hay that much of the Prosperity of the Gloucester code Sherles during that time has been due to that piece of this when bait has been so scarce and the cod fishery i in consequence almost a total the fact that bait could be procured in Newfoundland alone has saved this important Branch of the business from being an entire some of the fishing it May be do not desire or Are indifferent to the continuation of the modes i Yendol and say it Newfoundland As much As this interest ought to know what it wants and is qualified to speak for itself More than any other and if the modes is of slight value no its privileges will in time go As regards the charge of free or Blaine and or Hay have both at tempted to negotiate treaties which in fill essential features Are identical with those of the Bayar chamber lain this is but a simple state ment of fact ignored if the Young men shall come Over to the democratic As is now Antici so that a total of 1200 votes will be thrown for the head of the it will seem Good policy on the part of the leaders to a vigorous and effective strange to Many republicans would cordially Sec Ond such an for there is a certain Clement that has resented the appear since of Many at the party caucuses whom they think belong in the demo cratic and hold it highly Deal Ravle that there should be two Partite of strength in the the local fights tuesday will be in the representative the chief in Terest is whether Alderman Mcl Ritre and Donahoe will beat out representatives Cunningham and Hub against or Cunningham is urged the fact is running for a third against which there seems to be sort of unwritten the contest seems to have subdivided Between him and or the latter has made friends during his course at City he has consistently stood up for has fought the Haskells Pond scheme and other matters which he believed detrimental to the interests of the he is Strong among the Fisher men and also among the business ele Many of whom believe hit he has been the mainspring of All recent economical moves at City that he will get a Good vote and come close to an election is Many of his enthusiastic friends believe that he will land by a Good or Mclntyre endeavoured at first to make the contest one of debate As to but or Cunningham has kept silent and made no his friends have been making a Lively Campaign in his whether the aspirations of or Dona Hoe will have their function in displacing Hubbard remains to to last year or Hubbard waa elected on the Trust but this does not seem to be in evidence this or Hubbard also is saying but sawing will Rockport have a Carnegie Library that benevolent in some Way having the needs of Rock Eort brought to ills has of 3red the town for such a build ing providing the town will furnish a lot and appropriate j1000 annually for its at first Blush this proposition appears As if too much string was attached to but it appears that at present the Library is stored in inadequate quarters and is maintained at a Cost of per some in with the fact that the books were stored in an edifice which would be a source of Pride to the and also that it would fill a want which has been Felt for some would in the minds of be an Rockport had no Public spirited citizen who up to Date has presented it with the funds for its i to great needs in the order of their a Hospital and a although its citizens Are intensely Loyal to its welfare and this is accounted for from the fact that there Are not Many very wealthy of the although there Are perhaps As Many in proportion to Tho population As in the average common a town meeting is to be called to consider the in addition to the amount which or Carnegie has loan equal sum was added either by the town or by private munificence an edifice at once an ornament and Well to the purpose could be erected the proviso thai the town Nhill pro vide free lot May prove this question of the lot for an edifice of this kind often creates much differences of opinion and defeats the main for it was proposed to erect a new High school in but the proposition got no farther than these Lection of site when immediately the town was divided into several Camps each vigorously advocating a different place for the since which time the matter has been in this connection there appears to be an Opportunity for the town to erect one build ing of Brick or Granite which will be a credit to it devoted to both the High school and the work of both is closely the pupils of the Glou High school find the Sawyer free Library nearby a great convenience for lat Rockport has of Trie is principal the quarrying is Fri t j cause of distressing act dents requiring immediate attention and have to be met either in quo urea i few years after the Addison Gilbert Hospital at Gloucester Wai opened a proposition was made by Tho residents of the town to admit the peo ple of Rockport on the aame terms As those of but the trustees of the Hospital did not deem this t Hen a movement was set in Progress for a Hospital Foi the but to Date nothing tangible has it is evident that the town will have to wait the Benevolence of some of its wealthy citizens before its desire in this con certion can be meanwhile Gloucester is Well provided Foi in the matter of a Library and in the late Samuel e business Man that he provided Well both Toi the Pip sent and the future when he Laid plans for the establishment of a Public As a Hono he Pur chased what was undoubtedly Tho finest residence site in the very centrally one of colonial mansions which was fitted Hung with rare paintings provided with a selected collection of books adequate to the any in addition to this valued at about he left an endowment of about which is steadily Accuu at the present time no More appropriate place for a Library Home could be asked for than this capacious old mansion of one of the towns former merchant there May be a few Days in summer when the increased population which patronize the institution freely is at its Hight when the place is but As a Rule the Edl race is amply sufficient for its meanwhile the endowment fund is creeping up to a and in course of events May attain a million before the need of another edifice is imperatively As a matter of the preservation of these old Man of which the Library is perhaps the finest will become a mat Ter of As they Are gradually being displaced by More modern in regard to a Hospital the is nicely provided its Hospital build nurses Home and laundry Are right up to what the institution needs is a sufficient endowment to place it upon a self sustaining a need of this especially where so Many widows Are compelled to leave Little ones while at work in the is a childrens this offers a Field for some philanthropist looking about to do the question of site for Public Ings has been a hard one for the people of Rockport to in 1840 the town was set off from Gloucester and the new being in Jne lately set about to erect a town the idea being to get ahead of which had no edifice of kind worthy of the plans were drawn and the timbers got out for the proposed new but the citizens became involved in a controversy Over the location and were unable to reach a the result was that Gloucester built town House now known As the town Hall and the statement made some years that the timbers were those originally intended for the Rockport eventually a centrally located site was fixed upon and a town House if the estimates of the chief of Engi neers have been reported for the coming year Are the two Prin Cipal breakwater projects on the Cape will to Given a big lift for the dog bar breakwater the sum of is while for the Sandy buy Harbor of Refuge the recommendation is the greater if not the whole of the amount will probably pass for Doc All parties in the National Are agreed that it is an necessity and that the command ing position of the City As a maritime Center demands the completion of the work As soon As there seems to be a doubt in the minds of some in Congress As to the feasibility of the Sandy Bay especially where such a Large outlay is the opposition Point out that the Bene fits Are prospective rather than at the same time the probability i that the having will be eventually but not As fast As some of its most enthusiastic promoters would after that will come the dredging of Annisquam River and the building of the Maynoma As petitioned for by the summer residents of that Exma Yor George one of the original members of the band of Hope More than 35 years or More was surprised one Day this week to receive from a Well known Temperance reformer advising him to cease the drinking habit and of Ferling him to that inasmuch As the Exma Yor had always been set Down As a Temperance Crank and had been a Teet Taler All his life and prominent in the prohibition work and ardent no License he was some what the explanation was that the letter was As there is Only one George merchant in the Post office officials could find no other and so delivered the letter As Best they it appears that the letter was intended As no or merchant was the first mayoralty candidate to take out his papers for nomination at the caucuses thursday afternoon from the Republican City contrary to general expect or merchant May go into the caucuses and try his strength with messes French and the question of a reduction in fire insurance especially on property in the business is engaging the attention of the business mens Assoc in the discussion of the a suggestion was advanced by pres Luce that Tho Only Way that see ined open to secure a reduction was the for mation of a Mutual which would come into the great objection that has been raised against a local Mutual company is the fact that if a serious conflagration ensued the loss would fall entirely upon local interests and might prove a blow which it would take years to never the City practically takes care of a most hazardous vessel prop in this manner through its Mutual fishing insurance James warm contest for representative due next oct 31indicatlons Nolt that the contest for representative Between Andrew and George next tuesday be close and interest last year democratic candidate won out with Only 14 votes to spare Ter one of Tho hottest fights for some and this year promises to to fully As fiercely the republicans held a largely at tended and enthusiastic smoker at the rooms of the Republican club thursday the speakers were Congress Man Gardner of dist att Scott Peters of sen Ator sunni Ufa Cole of Beverly and the representative two brokers were held by the democrats thursday one at their Headquarters on Washington St and the other at hibernian both were at tended by a Large and enthusiastic the speakers were Richard Olinov candidate for lieutenant governor representative Kelley of Lynn and representative the annual inspection of John Good win Wonnis Relief corps will be held at grand army Hall wednesday manat aug tribe and Poca Hontas of will hold a Neave dance and bal masque at Abbot Hall thursday nov miss Mary Hathaway Ami Willard Jackson wore married at St Michaels parsonage wednesday evening by the Rev Henry who recently bought the Means cottage at Marblehead if making extensive the miss Marlon daughter of or and mrs Francis Back and George son of or and mrs Frank Waldron were married tuesday evening at tie Home of the Bride by Rev Nicholas Van Fler pastor of the congregational mrs Hannah Cross died at her Homo Swampscott Friday aged is mrs Cross was miss i Fennah Martin before her marriage was in full known where she formerly she was a sister of mrs Eliza Chapman and mrs Susan Lyon of this George Independent Candi Date for will speak at the Corner of Washington and pleasant monday the Phoenix Veteran fireman association celebrated us Victory at the Kew England league Muster at Salem in with a banquet the town Hall thursday Small flood at oct worst water break in the history of the City occurred this afternoon on Western a in the main trunk pipe leading from the instr buting the paving along the Avenue from the Junction of Middle to Mansfield St was undermined and the entire water Supply of the cd tar was Sutoh for about six t republicans Hope to elect three Hopes and fears of seers of both notes concerning the churches get enthusiasm has been aroused in the Campaign now near ing a close was anticipated by the Republican arid democratic City com and As a result the claims of Victory on tuesday especially for Are not As positive by either Side As in previous the republicans Are hopeful of electing three the same feeling is entertained by the democrats learn chairman of the Republican City estimates that the governor vote in Salem will be As Fol lows John William Gaston 2200 and John John chairman of the demo cratic estimates that John Bates will receive William and John Chase these chairmen estimate that the vote for the other gubernatorial candidates will be practically the same As last the most interest centers in the con in the Isth Essex District the republicans claim that William Safford will be elected by a Small while the supporters of Thomas Are equally confident that he Wili be reelected for a fifth consecutive the District is normally Republican by Safe but or Davis is acknowledged to be a King and has been elected year after year by Independent republicans his Devotion to the interests of District and last year or Davis Defeated the Republican candidate by413 in the 17th Essex District William is seeking another and he is opposed by Joseph much depends on or goves by the support Given him by voters of French extraction it is admitted by republicans that in Case Giroux secures the United democratic vote and also the full of All the French voters that he stands Good Hance of securing a seat in the state House the coming in the 18th Essex District there is a Lively contest Between Lewis Mil and Michael appear sanguine of last year the Republican candidate Defeated democratic nominee by 101 butt is claimed by the democrats that the Odds Are in their favor this year owing to the strained relations Between the two or Doyle is now serving As Alderman and is known As a Earnest he has always been a Good vote or Millett has served in the common coun 611 and is popular with the younger Rev or Alexander Blackburn has accepted the Call of the first Baptist Church and will formally con nuance his duties at the a he is a native of and about 60 years during the civil War he served three years in the army of the Cumberland and in four places at the Battle of he was graduated the Chicago Baptist theological he has Field pastorate in and other mrs Black Burn is a native of Oregon and a Wom an of much Rev or and mrs Blackburn will live at 15 Beckford St and will be tendered a reception wednesday evening by the members of the first Baptist Church and Parish and local Rev Roger Sherman has accepted Thek Call of the Advent Christian Church and serve As pastor at last for the coming he has recently received Calls from the Advent churches at and mrs Sherman who has been in feeble health for several months is rapidly Rev Mitchell of Moore will deliver a Sermon at the a m mass in St James Church mrs Lucius Lane worthy for upward of four years leading Soprano in St Michaels provi r has accepted position in the choir of St James the return of Rev John Czubeck As pastor of St John the Baptist Church gives much satisfaction to the polish for Czubeck announces that archbishop Williams has made the local Church of the Boston and Thath Ehas been placed in full charge of the in the future the residence at m Lafayette St will be occupied As the parsonage of the Lafayette St the Church is now in a flourish ing by Vole of the conference Tho Boston philharmonic orchestra will furnish music at the sunday even nor services in the the conference has also decided to hold a Home come meeting in the Church at an Early and arrangements Are being made to have Tho service nov 9 if Sev eral of the Best preachers in the con Ference will be Rev or Francis Clark has been engaged to speak at the Union meeting of the Christian Endeavor societies to be held in the Tabernacle Church nov or Clark is soon to Start on a tour around Tho it is expected that the deed will be recorded within a few Days transferring the Convent and parochial school buildings on Harbor owned by St Josephs to the Institute of Tho Sisters of childhood of Jesus and this order has for a Long Verlod been located at the Mother House being located but in the near future will be established in this the order has a membership of and by the first of the year go of the will arrive in Salem and a much breaker number later in the two of the Sisters Are now in Salem and three Are at by vote of the members of St Josephs Church Rev Joseph Gadoury is authorized to sell the Convent and school which Cost to the Sisters for the parochial which has 1100 will As soon As the property is acquired by the new organization be conducted by the since the opening of the school up to the present thir school has been under the direction of the Gray nuns of and the institution has Beon maintained by the after the new organization assumes Char Ere of the school the Church will be exempt from refusal on the part of the state to make the allowance expected by the City for armory rental in Salem has greatly stirred the and the City Council has adopted an order ask ing the governor his Council to give a hearing in the near future in order that alleged rights of Salem May be the armory used by co 8th and also As regimental costs the City per an num for and the adjutant according to a recent does not Sanction a reimbursement of Over a year to col William Pew and other officers claim that the armory is not suitably and that there Are other outs about the the Issue in causing a great Deal of As it is announced that the regimental Headquarters Are to be removed to the new a Rory in if will make the rent Burden All the harder for the armory was for Long period occupied by the 2d corps of and soon after that command secured new quarters th3 upper Section of the Structure was remodeler an expense of to the the armory was leased to co 8th for 10 years with the privilege of the City pays rent per and the amount allowed Byi the state for the armory is Only thin sum is not Ono May r Peerson and he announces that he will make a stiff Fly rat for More As the militia companies Ara now stationed in this City two armoires Are and it is claimed by Many that it would to Economy for the state and City to have the several commands All in the same this solution of the vexed problem is not Likely to be realized for some time if As the armory and Headquarters now occupied by the cadets is owned by an association not yet inclined to receive additional companies As others claim that there is no need of maintaining five militia companies in Ana that the Transfer of co h to some other City or town would be of Benefit to the the Salem Light As co h is was organized in and has an enviable and there Are a number of 6itlisehs who Are hiving1 the company disbanded or else How the rent question1 be adjusted is a As both Pear determined to Mai Tairi the i positions under sections 110 of chapter 16 of the revised atari its is the most that any infantry can be allowed for armory and for regimental private clerk for sic of the Navy is passing a few Days in this miss of Letha Mathews and George i who were monday will live at 2 it Vernon miss Pauline a native of this by and a Well known wedded oct 17 to William White of new miss Helen Florence daughter of or and mrs John and Henry g Parsons were married 1tue3 Day evening by Rev or they will live at 27 Ella and Frank Walte were married tuesday evening by Rey Samuel they will re Side at Forrester Daniel been appointed Deputy of the 19th District knights of Leslie Brown left Salem wednesday for los where he will make his the evening schools opened monday evening with a much larger enrolment than was in the Herbert St schoolhouse there Are two classes of a Plush boys and numbering More than it la expect6dthat another class will have to be the school for girls and women in the Phillips schoolhouse has 70 some of the pupils Are in the advanced and three Are in the High school number of women is larger thanin any previous the attendance at the boys school in town Hall is also larger than the band of Hope connected with the Seamans Bethel observed its Ersary wednesday in the death of Edward a former u s Consul to which occurred yesterday at the Home of his sister on Essex this City has lost one of it most valued he was born in Salem sept and when 20 Yea sold went to resident agent of a local commercial he recently returned to this a Sale in Aid of the free Bath House for women will be con at 85 Washington St thursday by the Salem woman miss Helen Brooks will give a lec tur recital before the thought arid Vovk club on the evening of nov her subject will a old English and Spanish Republican caucuses will be held on the evening of nov 17 in the several wards for the Choice of candidates for councilmen and school John exp resident of the common has tendered his res ignation As a trustee of the Public Library and will remove from the Edwin two democrats liable to political oct is a feel ing among both leading parties in town that Danvers will be deprived of a representative at the next session of the the belief being quite Gen eral that Peabody will try to elect both her despite the protestations to the it is not thought that there is any arranged or even understood plan on the part of committees or but that there is an undercurrent of feel ing against Danvers that will reveal itself in the action of the individual Peabody people do not seem to believe that Danvers had no intent nor desire to elect both her candidates last she was As surprised As anybody when the result was made positively no such outcome was sought or expected and could not have happened without Peabody if it should appear that Peabody is Bullet for its then Danvers people will do the same for messes Carroll and it was a mistake to tie up Danvers and pea body together in a representative Dis and there will always be this misunderstanding and trouble until they Are each town is Large enough to have its own local indications Are such that if both Peabody men Are not elected then two democrats Are Likely to Perley of Danvers and Cahill of pea the democrats of the town have had a Busy not for some years has there been so much interest and Confidence As during Thia and the leaders Are so enthusiastic that they claim boo democratic votes will be cast next on thursday evening a rousing reception was Given col Gas with fireworks and a rally in town the state committee showed unusual attention to Darf vers by sending out three of its leading speakers that Rev Sanderson has arranged an excellent course of lectures to be Given in the methodist Church on nov dec 14 and Arthur one of Tho most popular Young masons of has been honoured by election As eminent commander of St George of the foresters fair closed the first of the after a successful run of Sev eral a Large sum of Money was seventy four names were added to the voting list during the period of registry of these chairman Preston of Tho Republican town committee claims it is expected that William sul democratic candidate for will receive a Large vote from his regardless of the Danvers Hospital water Case will be argued before the supreme court in Salem next class of 03 and the Sawyer club had dancing parties this a reception will be Given to parents and friends of the Wadsworth probably some evening next Danvers women association will have a social Tea next tuesday the Ponds Are very Low and appear to have been Little benefited by the octo Ber registration closed saturday night with 2484 names on the 63 less than last there is a Good Deal of interest in the and it is sure to be kept up until the polls close next nearly every one concedes that or Dougherty Entrance As an Independent will be to injure the chances of Tho Republican candidates for the legis the democrats Are confident and arid expect to hold their vote of last under existing would mean the evening school opened monday evening with a Good which kept increasing As the week went it is believed that there will be pupils in the school within the next among the teachers is a Young who was chosen by the committee for his proficiency in about half of the pupils Are the meeting of the historical society will be held at Tho head quarters next wednesday the win give a talk on after or felons paper on it pleasant and Marble the water Board is Busy extending Tho plop in several the dancing season has commenced and already threatens to be As vigorous As it was last when the Small town Hall was occupied every night for a time by merry the Only vacant shop n town was looked Over by two Patent leather Tan ners this and there is a Prospect of another new Industry being Stab the first of the Board of Trade next be an inter a sting them Are several applicants for membership and Many subjects to be taken in addition to the address of Hon Frank at the meeting of the woman club next Friday afternoon Frederic ban Croft of Boston will discourse on old or Bancroft will Illus trate is subject by singing several of the bes known there Are very few dwellings at pres ent in course of and the pull builders Are mostly engaged on additions and alteration there is work enough time on the big but in of the increasing demand for Small houses am cheap tenements not Many Core to in such prop the committee on improvement in water Supply has advertised for proposals for building House near the pumping to be occupied by the Engineer employed the bids to be received next the father Mathew society will give a minstrel show at town Hall thanksgiving James the will move from the Thomas Block to the store in Hla newly purchased House on main the new quarters have been nicely fitted up and will be convenient and it in said that Birds Are More Ful than usual this audit is attributed to the popular interest which has been aroused in the schools and by the Bird clubs among the teachers and lovers of Little interest v i for past id Low bid for the armory j Ria Public oct Politi cal Campaign just Alp song May be set Down alone of Thev and least fruitful in incident of any has gone before in this the democratic party has1 had one that of last monday and while some of the Best speakers on the stump were who were listened to any enthusiasm was Ancu the Hall was not More than Hal filled the republicans have not att have held no v idiot to any issues to the Public of this1 least of to answer any criticisms or questions which have been propounds if work has been done at it been quietly View of the voters on election Day than anything both parties feel of Tea Kirin a Good showing t this even the socialists neglected to make up in noise what h lacked in but have been j while the registration is practically As i Large As it was last year Ultra evidence that the vote will be in spite of the which Whitsi made to get out the vote it will be More than by the Sayath Onles who Are beyond the reach of influence Ana who tire aroused in an off last year in a 2308 votes received Gaston 797 and or by percentages 34 and in All likelihood the two leaders will have relatively a closer margin Between them this though it is almost certain that Bates will again have a it is perhaps generally known that the last time this City was carried by a democratic candidate for governor waa in by the late gov who Lea by 42 but it is borne in mind by but a few that or Gastons vote last year was the largest which had been received by a democratic candidate for that office in 10 in1893 John has passed away the present polled a Here of although Republican opponent led by about the same plurality As did Bates lost in this while the Republican party increased its total vote by ibs Over the preceding the dem Cratta gained 386 an increase of Over 60 such another move for Ward would place it far in the probably the lowest Point to which it Sank was in the election of that year its got but 266 votes this but it was the High water Mark of the socialist whose candidate was a Newburyport Man and who received 376 so while it is generally taken for that the condition of the democratic party is at a Low ebb in this it is today stronger by far than it been at any time in 10 years the City Council on monday night will have an Opportunity to Fiat whether o not that White the armory shall be taken off its hands at the inducement the mayor is in receipt of an offer of sg500 from the Young French Catholic Parish of this presumably they wish to convert it into a House of Wor having none of their own As the armory building is a forced vestment the part of the City raises the Gorge of every taxpayer when it becomes a subject of it was built about 10 years at a Cost of or after a Long controversy with the Mili tary authorities of the which insisted that the City was not satisfactory housing for co 8tlv it was bound to to argument was As the state officials held the whip they could and did refuse to reimburse the City for the rental of the old and As quarters satisfactory could not be pro cured there was nothing to do but i the armory building after its completion was occupied by company but a very few when the com Mand was and the Cuy waa left with a building on its hands for which it had efforts were made to have it by the police department and the police but As Bench and bar were unanimously opposed to removal to what they regarded As an Loca Tion this scheme fell after that about the Only Hope remaining was that some manufacturer would come along who would take and convert the building to some useful Pur but this solution of the problem is now about the French Catholic society offers much less than half what the building Cost a few years but it is the beet la fact the Only City has so far if they procure it for any such sum they get it at a and it could be converted to the purposes desired at less Cost probably than to manufacturing although the appropriation for the Highway department will materially fall Short of the demands upon it this year and the expenditures which can idiot seem to be the City will receive a credit from another source a3 Gratifying As it was unexpected to most the new Bridge which has been course of construction for the past year and half was at first expected to be completed by july but it will eral Days if not before allowed without during the past summer the old Bridge has been an unending source of it had to the constantly re paired and strengthened almost up to the last Day it was and the serv ices of a special police patrol Wasi both for the service of trav Elers and the care of the Many sight All these things were the Burden falling mainly on this wednesday the county commit Blonera met hero for purposes of and the Case was Laid before them by mayor after listening to his argument tha commissioners very justly and generously decided that this waa outside the cites duty under the cd and voted to assume charging it in to the main account of Bridge it will amount about an important sum to thei City considering How close it is sailing to the wind on annual appropriations and the debt i up in Tho 2d Essex representative Dis in which Newburyport is interested to the extent of the 6th the impression grows that Samuel coffin will be sent to the general court by a majority sufficiently Large to Furte the possibility of a successful and that the seat he supposedly gained last Only to be removed from after a service of two will be held by him for the one new Case of diphtheria Only Haa been reported this making 13 for the with two there Are now but three houses the schools which were closed have been Rennol it is Hood that in its threatened epidemic form has been stumped Felix who assaulted letter Carrier Noyes a week ago in a dispute Over the delivery of a has beep indicted by the Federal court charged with interfering with the deliver of Tho in Tho police court his Case was Nln Ert in file in order that he might be turned Over to the government officers who were in another Case of Tow Man who had selected the roadbed for his bleeping place discovered on Merrimac St wednesday by a startled who succeeded in bringing his car to a standstill within a feet i of Tho unconscious Newburyport and Vicinity seem to have had More than their proportion of such cases within the past few some still walk the streets with constant self grate Laton that a guardian spirit or Good Luck hovered Over some gaze ruefully at maimed limbs or vacant places where limbs ought to but sleep their Long sleep and their untimely end seems to serve but lightly As a i the committee in charge of the Ani j real Fay for the Benefit of the Eicle i firemen to be held Are at work seasonably and with and have already arranged1 i for such attractions As can out Assur i i financial

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