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LEGACIES REVOKED. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 20 February 1904

LEGACIES REVOKED. Otis Fischer Ulark of Avon .street. Cambridge, and Alios mack ot cninbridge are not lo lie benellclarles of siikhi anil fSOQ resperllvelj' by a third codicil attached to the win m w. nark Fischer, a wcnlttvy Now York clubman, wlilrh waa Hied for probate this week. Romance of" line character and odd c|rcumstftnccS crowd In the revelations made by Hie filing of the will. The widow. Mm. Harriet White Fischer, will receive the entire fortune, more than $1,000,(100. . When the will was llrat made on July 33, 1800, her share was about $4110,000. Then she was not his wife, but the friend of himself and his sister. He paid a line tribute to her in his own writing when making the bpquest. Lacking two days of two years after this will was made Miss White married Mr. Fischer. F.qunl shares of the property were left to Miss White and Miss Martha Fischer In the Hrsi will. Mrs. Elisabeth (lane of Providence, his aunt, was left $)<><io and Otis Fi...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 20 February 1904

CHAS. E DAVIS, - - Optician BYES N ° FEE EXAMINED II NECESSARY & DAVIS METHOD _? NOW AT 367 Boylston Street I Flight Elevator ""JAMES T. BZIRETT, General Contractor. 619 CAMBRIDCE STREET. Estimates Furnished for Every Kind of Work. Telephone Connection. JAMES J. SHEA " "JOHN f: /SHEA SHE7S BROS. Undertakers and Embalmers Warerooms, 9 PKA.M. STREET I Offlce, 407 Cunbridg. Street. f JAMES J. SHEA, 75 Fifth Street. Residences .. . |j Ol jft t. SHEA. 91 Otis Street Tci,(|.iu>„,! No. oao-4. Why Go to Boston to Buy a Piano? When I can save you from, JO to 25. per cant 011 any pi mo, and a year's piano lessons absolutely free. Dealer in Lister, Koell, Kimball, Ludwig & Co., Smith & Barnes, and Wentworth & Keller Pianos. Second-Hand . Uprights, Squares and Organs. Y. M. C. A. PIANO ROOMS, 830 Mass. Aye. Democrats« Republicans-No Partiality Our Usual.LOW PRICES To All. WM. il, WOOD & CO,, Lumber Merchants ~~ P. O'BRIEN * ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 20 February 1904

Connected by Telephone, US I -2 Cambridge «.».«,«. . .._. ■,~a ~ DA VID I. NELLIGAN, w. h, ends & co„ Funeral Diector and Emba mer, \\ hulcHulc and ln-iiill Dealers In (irnci: ami* Wabkroomi . . ■ '.-' 24 Rlcs St., NORTH CAMBRIDCE: Lioll OkIIH _ LfsOflO Saperlntnnitent of North Cambrlile Cemetery nuVs Ul dill 0& lUuUO Nlßbt'tlalUAnswered Promptly. 97 Concord Avenue, daniel p. danchy, CAMBRIDGE, HASS. G. F. WHITING & CO. Fll Dlltt fIU [iMll UNION STABLES 34 R|ndge Avenuei tiUbft. LliulJ, dUUIIIIIIJ 111111 ulllu for ynMn, " i ""° F,or " STABLES. ' HORSES FOR SALE. We have constantly on hand a full as- Telephone Connection, son men lof Gentlemen's Drivers, Business, Jig 'mi Draft and Saddle Horses. Acclimated Hand Sawing unil Moulding Family and Matched Pairs a Specialty. CAAr"*' M I_AIVI All Horses Warranted as represented, hut £>AAC, iYiCLnAIN, not against sickness. OFFICE AND STORE FIXTURES No. 420 Green St., Cambridge, Mass. interior W...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 27 February 1904

THE CAMBRIDGE SENTINEL VOL. 1. No. 18. <ALLIED PRINTING TRADE COUNCIL BOSTON, MASS.> 81 CAMBRIDGE, MASS, FEBRUARY, 27, 1904. PRICE THREE CENTS. The Cambridge Sentinel. A WEEKLY DEMOCRATIC PAPER Published every Saturday at 671 Massachusetts Ave., Cambridge (Boston), Mass., BY THE SENTINEL PUBLISHING COMP'Y. SUBSCRIPTION, $1.00 PER YEAR Entered as second-class matter Nov. 6, 1903, at the post-office at Boston, Mass., under the Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1904.

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THEY SAT DOWN HARD On the Proposed Commission [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 27 February 1904

THEY SAT DOWN HARD On the Proposed Commission At the Mwting of the Cititen's Trade Auodition on 'Wtdaada.y Evening Lnnt. Herman Bird, Ex-Senator Dallingtr, Senator RouncU and Others Speak. If the -Noii-iuirtisiiii iniicliini' have thought tbat there was any idea lurking in the lnlinls of the people at large that there was a crying need of a police commission for Cambridge this idea was thoroughly dispelled at the meeting of tlie Citizens' Trade Association on Wednesday evening for the association Voted unanimously to have its committee on public affairs go to the State House and appear against It should the bill ever come up for a hearing. The question "Should a police commission be appointed for this city?" had been specially assigned for discussion on this evening. After the regular business of the meeting had been disposed of ex-President Iluiinewell was called to tlie chair and as the ttrst speaker called upon Senator Hounds. The senator said: "I do not understand that 1 am call...

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CHIEF OF FIRE DEP'T CASEY [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 27 February 1904

CHIEF OF FIRE DEP'T CASEY Will Celebrate tbe Fiftieth Anniversary cf His Connection With Ihe Fire Department With the Help oi Many Friends. Tture was quite a gathering of prominent citizens in the mayor's 0..,ce on Tuesday evening last to make preparations for a titting tribute and memorial to be tendered to Chief of the l-'lre Department Casey on the occasion of the llftieth anniversary of hiß connection with the Cambridge Fire Department. Among those present were: William .1. Marvin. Ex-Mayors Hall and Sortwell. Kiliniind lteordan. .1..1. Allen. Judge Charles J. Mcintire. ex Chief L. J. Cloyes, J. A. Wood, Dr. Charles Uitllo-k. Sheriff John It. Fillr■lairr.. lienerals Bnncrolt and rhampim, G. I lowland Cox, IV J. MrKlroy, ('has. X. Stratum. Elmer 11. Bright, John .1. Ahem. C.eorge W. Close. ex-Senator Frederick W. Dalllnger, Superintendent Of Streets Clukas. Alderman Carslein. tM ward I-, t lam well and others. There was a free discussion as to Just what form the testimonial shoul...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 27 February 1904

The Journal Outlook club, No. 10/. held Its annual election of officers on Tuesday evening last the following being the list: President, William Hantz; vice-president, Nellie McCool; second rvlce-presldent, Kittle Fisher; secretary, Carrie Blatchford; treasurer, .tames MeOee; sentinel, Philip Montgomery. It was voted that the club attend the ball of the North Cambridge Veteran Firemen's asosclatlon at Prospect hall on tho evening of April 18, In a body. There are now something over thirty members In the dub and It is In a flourishing condition.

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THE "SENTINEL'S" GOSSIP On Current Events and Happenings. A Few Things Observed by Him as He Patrols His Post. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 27 February 1904

THE "SENTINEL'S" GOSSIP On Current Events and Happenings. A Few Things Observed by Him as He Patrols His Post. l have beeu looking over the mimes of assistant assessors, who have been appointed by Mayor Daly, and! have come to the conclusion that there has been tlie payment of political debts ipade here In Its fullest sense. I will take the list right down through nnd then we will see how near correct I am. In ward one we have Felix C. Mcßrlde. Felix was offered the nomination for alderman from East Cambridge but for good and sufficient reasons thought thnt it was best not to accept. He Is Classed ns mi nil-round sport und bus done yeoman service lv the Non-parti-san ranks ever since Mnyor McNamee refused to appoint him to tlie position which he hns now been granted by Mayor Daly. In ward two Charles E. McCarthy, a barber, Is the nominee. Last year tjiel'e was a wall because Manuel Andrews, who a|so follows a like occupation, was appointed, and now Councilman Divan says "We have sho...

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OFFICER JACK DEEHAN Makes an Important Arrest in the Capture of a Slick Lodging House Thief. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 27 February 1904

OFFICER JACK DEEHAN Makes an Important Arrest in the Capture of a Slick Lodging House Thief. Thote who rent rooms in the vicinity of Harvard square in particular and lodging-house keepers all over this section of the state in general will breath easier owing to the good work accomplished by Special Officer .lack Median in capturing a thief who has been operating very boldly of late In this and surrounding cities. The i.ian gave the name of Prank Ku.sse.l, L_' years of age and claims to hail from Kansas City. He is Supposed to be wanted Irr various cities of the country and it is claimed that, although young in years he is old In crime. Ilussell is also known as-Frank Moddard. Frank Steams. Frank Cray and Frank Stevens. The fellow's plan has been to epgage a room under the pretence of being a law school student, tendering payment In advance *ith a check larger than the rent, would amount to and asking for the'difference'in -ash. After occupying tbe room a day or so he would disappear...

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THEY ASK THE MAYOR. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 27 February 1904

THEY ASK THE MAYOR. a joint committee from the Cambridge Central l,abor I'nlon and- the Pointers' District Council of Boston called upon Mnyor Only on Tuesday evening to ascertain. If possible, why Contractor Locnteiii, who has the painting contract on the Elm street selioolliouse, docs not live, up to the agreement which he made with the labor unions nnd the city In relntlon to hiring union help on thnt Job. When the committee called upon the mayor n week ago and told him thnt such an agreement wns given, he de.ttted that there was such a one In existence, nut' when they called on last Tuesday evening the mayor had found out that there was one nnd had a copy, ns hnd also the committee who had meanwhile fortified itself. The mayor told the committee thnt he would look Into the matter, nnd try to have It satisfactory. When he was asked If he would see thnt union lnbor wns employed on the new fire building nnd the protiosed new school house In Wurd 7 he wns non-eoinnilttnl. The union ...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 27 February 1904

At the Young Men's Christian Association gymnnslum Mondsy, the Rlnilge M. T. S. defeated Somerville Hlgn by a score of 22 to 14, at basket ball.

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VIGOROUS PROTEST Made by Many Merchants [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 27 February 1904

VIGOROUS PROTEST Made by Many Merchants Of Cambridge and Somerville Against the Uae of the Trading Stamps. There were between 100 and 150 merchants of this city and Somerville gathered in Rhodes hall on Sunday ufternon.liist to talk over the "Trading Stamp Kvll," and see if some means could nol be devised to do away with It. There was much enthusiasm and everyone who was present registered his or her protest ugninst this method of doing business. Clinlrinnii John lliggins culled the meeting to order shortly after 2 o'clock ami said: "This association was formed and this meeting has beeu called against the giving of trading stamps. The association was formed about a year ago. Tho first year there was a signed agreement among v largo number of merchants to stop giving stamps after Match 14 last. When tho time came there niauy who gave tlie stamps up, but when some went hack to their use the others \yere forced to do so also. We went over to the State House ami secured an amendment to ...

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PLAYING SOLITAIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 27 February 1904

PLAYING SOLITAIRE. Many of our readers understand mo-c or less the merits of solitaire. When one has a very limited knowledge of it and consequently makes more or less mistakes there is no humiliation in It because the player is alone and consequently, unobserved, but when thnt v same player has by some olticTal act given the public the opinion thnt he hns more than a common knowledge of the game than the public expects to witness the moves that go with an expert. Alderman Lake's judgment, opinion and reputntion as a keen observer and deep thinker suffered an awful blow at the Citizens' Trade meeting held on last Wednesday night, on which occasion this association discussed the merits of tho proposed police, commission. Since mat meei'ig Alderman Lake does not place so much confidence in the old saying, "(treat minds run in the same chinnel." Mr. Lake may have expected assistance In pleading the cause of the'commission scheme from Senator Ito» .lis. G. Howlaud Cox, Ex-Mayor Hall and...

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WE HAVE HAD IT HERE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 27 February 1904

WE HAVE HAD IT HERE. 'We doubt whether, previous to the introduction of the bill by Reproscntallvo Hciglliino of this city, there wns any general knowledge among the people of tho widespread existence of the so»callod "padrone system" in tills state. We have honrd much, however, of Its evils ns applied to the foreign laboring men employed In New York and some other states. It seems, according to Mr. Sclglinno, that the padriuies are lxith numerous anil nctivc in Massachusetts. The method of those men Is to secure some Contract, the construction of n road, sower, reservoir, or street railway bed, and then assume responsibility for the hiring and regulation of the men 10 lie employed, who nre usually foreigners who have la-en In this country but n short time and have, little fnmlllnrity with our language nnd customs. These men are forced to pay to Ihe padsones one or two dollar-i before they can obtain e mploymont, and while the work continues they must pay fifty cents or one dollar a...

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THE DIFFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 27 February 1904

THE DIFFERENCE. With a view to discourage McNamee politics' within the city departments, the city laborers, as shown In another column, are laid oft while the "Duly" politicians not employed on the street department are drawn from the civil "service lists and put to work. The political work of a laborer is as nothing in comparison to the effective work of the assistant assessors. The policy of the Non-partisan machine, honestly carried out. viz.: Their desire to eliminate politics from the city departments —would mean the appointment of men who have never taken any active interest in politics. If the present Nonpartisan machine was honest In its policy this would be its course, but it is not honest. The Democrats are held up to the standard of sainthood while they choose for their standard tne one of sinnerhood. No appointees to office can do as much political work as the assistant assessor. He is the one who esn drop you from the list or call carry you. If he Is aware that you woul...

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ELMOREAN CONCEIT. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 27 February 1904

ELMOREAN CONCEIT. When the btidgot reached the common council the Non-partisan members, backed by their committee on finance, endeavored to rust It through. The committee on finance were considering Ihe seperate Items of this budgd 'or two weeks, yet they did not desire to give even one evening's constdera- tion to this Important document to those who had seen It but for the first timet The budget is the most Important document of tho year and should receive more than a passing glance. It is strange, however, that Mr. Elmore, .who gained an unenviable reputation last year because of bis inability to cope with figures, Bhould be the very one to Bay the work of the committee on finance cannot he Improved upon. That is indeed conceit and is a twin brother to the chief who pitied men because they could not he like him. .Messrs. Pullen arid Elmore evidently belong to the same lodge. Pope's essay on' criticism should be read by these officials: "Of all the causes which conspire to blind M...

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DISCRIMINATION. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 27 February 1904

DISCRIMINATION. Kach week brings new examples of discrimination enjoyfully Indulged In by Ihe present Non-partisan administration. The city man with a large family dependent upon him is laid off because, In the last election, he may have exercised the rights given them under the constitution to vote for and work In the interests of Mayor McNamee. Some of these men are now walking the streets and one, to our own knowledge, was told that such was the reason for his loafing, as he was too active for the re-election of Mayor McNamee. This is being done by the socalled "pure" administration in order to discourage a city employee's activity In politics, but their detestable hypocrisy is exposed when you consider how they reward those who worked in their interests. With a list of namo3 too large to keep employed during the winter, all the names upon it. the present superintendent of streets makes a demand upon the civil service for more men. with hut one aim In view—to be able to put to wo...

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A QUEER CERTIFICATION. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 27 February 1904

A QUEER CERTIFICATION. When Mr. Sheridan was dismissed from the department by Mr. Shea, Mr. Clukas is reported to have said, "It's a good thing for the department. Shea had Ihe courage to do It. while others wanted to but did not dare." Mr. Clukas was right, it was a good thing Tor the department. Mr. Sheridan desired to retire during the Hrßt month of Mr. Shea's term, but the latter urged him to remain. I.ater on In the year Mr. Shea was .satisfied that Mr. Sheridan was doing all In his power to dlßuipt the department Disobedience to orders, and poor work was contributed by him to undo Mr. Shea. The lalter then reviewed his work and Just about the time that that review was completed. Mr. Sheridan had a private key made to Mr. Shea's office and the superintendent discharged him. not for thla latter offence, but for incompetency. Mr. Sheridan then told some of the city employees that he would get back and back he Ib. Mr. Clukas by that rule of the civil service commission should have...

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BUSINESS METHODS OF THE NONPARTISANS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 27 February 1904

BUSINESS METHODS OF THE NONPARTISANS. The consideration of the financial needs of the city Is the most Important work of the year. The department heads have asked for certain npproprintlbns to do the necessnry work of the year. The mayor considered those estimates and submitted his estimates. Tho committee on finance then considered both estimates and submitted theirs. Thus the momhers of the city council nefore tbcm throe different estimates of the amount* of money needed to mannge the departments of the city. Which Is the best mo for the city's Interests, those of he men skilled In the management of ho department, those of the chief executive, who Is the head of all depart- ments, or those of a committee made up of men In ull walks of life without any technical training. We admit and think all business men will agree with us that too much thought cannot be put Into the subject of the budget. The Democrats moved to have the budget laid over for a week, but It was refused. They move...

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