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SOME MORE LANGUAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 27 February 1904
SOME MORE LANGUAGE. "The comic feature of the situation was the evident belief on tho part of the Democrats that the city's appiopiii. lioiiM are made for the purpose of giving work to the laboring men, and (hat they are the chosen one who are Lo see that the work does not got away." Such is the language of last week's t'lironlcle. Here Is a confession that the aim of Democracy Is to keep the laborer employed. We admit the charge and answer guilty. The steady employment of labor means an improved standard of living, prosperous times for all in the community and Ihe betterment of the home conditions of the toiler. Those few dollars to the toiler might mean the continuance in school of one of the children, anxious to avoid the drudgery of his parent: anxious to be a source of income to his parent when the sun of their usefulness has set. The hopes of the tolling masses are.to be looked for from the Democracy, her champions, and some good men of the Republican party, who break away fro...
MORE MONEY FOR FIELD STONE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 27 February 1904
MORE MONEY FOR FIELD STONE. The streets of our city will continue to be improperly built Just as lOng as ti.e city continues its foolish policy of crushing field stone and scattering the same to become the wearing surface of our streets. A street made up of the same uniform material will wear away Uniformly, but one that has hard and soft stone scattered indiscriminately oyer the surface can result, as it lias resulted In the past. In the formation of cradle-holes so unsightly and uncomfortable and so dangerous to vehicles. Ueueral Champlln called attention to the inferior and irregular quality of the Held stone received while he was mayor and saiil no street could be properly macadamised with such stone and be urged the purchase of a ledge. Mr. Shea, recognizing the poor results of field stone, asked for money to buy a ledge and Mayor McNamee allowed money for this purpose, but the Non-partisan inoinbers would not endorse it, and compelled Mr. Shea to accept field stone. This year ...
SUSPICION OF BOODLE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 27 February 1904
SUSPICION OF BOODLE. It has taken the Chronicle to be the first paper to Intimate that there was something questionable as to the honesty of the present administration. 'I"he Chronicle In a lengthy article on the purchase of field stone nnd the debate Upon the subjects In the common counill contained those words: "The comic feature of the stltuntlon was the apparent suspicion of some of the member! thnt there wns a scheme or donl lurking nbout somewhere In the ileldstone npproprlntlon." The Chronicle makes an easy avenue for Its escape from the charge thnt It has questioned the honesty of the government by the more use of the word comic. What is there comic about it? Hero Is a material which all superintendents have condemned ns unfit for street purposes; a material condemned by mayors of our city, yet strange to say Its use Is continued. The men benefited by it are those who, by delivering It, are enabled to keep their horseß busy, when otherwise they would re-' main Idle. It Is a ...
REMOVAL OF SNOW. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 27 February 1904
REMOVAL OF SNOW. The SENTINEL believes In the proposition that the schoolhouse Janitors should not be compelled to remove the snow and Ice from the sidewalks In front of their schools. The street department has a sufficient number of men to do Just such work, and It comes to the men at a time when other work Is scarce and when money is needed. This is not the only consideration nor Is It the most important. \ve do not believe that Just nt the time when the Janitor should he attending to his fires so that when the scholars arrive the temperature will be In a healthy condition, he must be out shoveling the snow. Hcsldes maintaining the proper temperature we do not believe that the steam boiler should he allowed to be uiiwatched and unclired for while hundreds of children are housed over II and while the Janitor is cleaning away the snow. The health and lives of our children are too dear to be measured by the few cents extra cost in shoveling tho snow.
RAP AT THE MAYOR. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 27 February 1904
RAP AT THE MAYOR. When the man of false figures, known as Mr. Elmore, told his sbsosiaies in the common council that the estimates of the finance committee could not be improved upon he cast au insult upon the mayor. Thei mayor had carefully studied the estimates of the various departments and ho submitted his estimates of tho city's needs. The Non-partisan spokesman in the common council practically says, in ns polite language as ho could express it. the mayor was unable to grasp the enormity of the business t.l- - uation and gave to the department an Insufficient amount to do the necessary work, but they remedied this fault by appropriating more money, and you, common members of the common council, are not able to improve upon our work.
FISH AND FOWL. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 27 February 1904
FISH AND FOWL. The Impreßslon is fast gaining ground In our city that the Non-parti-san managers have secured not only Ihe good-will but even the co-operation of tne Republican Civil Service Commission of the state. The sincerity of this commission has' more than once been questioned by members of the Legislature who have more or less close dealings with it, but now, like a contagious disease, this doubt is spreading throughout the State. This distrust seized the SENTINEL and t endeavored to test its opinion by writl.ig to the commission. The pubHe is now given a copy of the SENTIXKl's letter and the answer from the Civil Service Commission. Feb. il. P.MU. Warren P. Dudley Dear Sirs'—Will yo" kindly inform me under what rule former Foreman Sheridan wns reinstated on the roles of the street department? If under rule ;',7. section 2. does not that section imply that an investigation should lie held to ascertain whether the original dismissal was without fault or delinquency on the par...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 27 February 1904
We are informed Hint there is trouble brewing over the confirmation of the assistant assessors appointed by Mayor Daly last Tuesday evening and thnt tliege will bo some bnrd things sniil before tbe confirmations are made, is the lubricant on the machine Becoming scarce or is the engineer In charge nt fault? Wo await the answer. Th-&gt; order of Councilman Dinan that the employees of the street department remove the snow around the school buildings anil sidewalks is a good one and ought to pass. The Janitors have enough to tlo without this and furthermore II comes at a time when they are needed inside the bujldlngs looking after the Interests of the scholars and teachers.
HOLY GHOST HOSPITAL A BENEFICIARY. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 27 February 1904
HOLY GHOST HOSPITAL A BENEFICIARY. Uy the will of tho Into Ellen Hnlloran who died last November the Holy lihost Hospital will likely lie benefitted to the extent of *1000 or more. After making several private bequests the testatrix leaves the residue of her estate lv trust to Henry J. Cunningham to be used according to his Judgment along certain lines, the balance of cash In his possession at the time of settlement to bo given to the hospital for, general use. With Mr. Cunningham's well known interest in tho hospital It Is fair to presume thnt he will see to It Hint nothing will lie diverted from It which could lie turned toward it. This is particularly true In tills case whore lie is both executor and trustee, and ns we understand It the person from vvlioin Mrs. Halloron learned to ndmlre"thls grout insttitullnu. In fact the boiiuosl nni.v bo looked upon as a personal achievement for Mr. Cunningham. Mrs. Hnllnriin's csjco.lll for hlni wns such Hint besides"'milking him Ihe trustee...
CHARLES LINEHAN A Well Known Contractor [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 27 February 1904
CHARLES LINEHAN A Well Known Contractor Pusei\Away. Worked His Way From Poverty to Affluence The Story of an Interesting Life. Charles I.iuehan, one of the best known contractors in this state and a well known figure lv this city, died at his home, No. 1480 Cambridge street, on Friday evening. He wns horn lv Ciirrigullne, County Cork, Ire., Juno 24; 1830. At an early age he was obliged to go to work, and at Hie age of l.'i started in business in a small way lv his native place, and a little later he wns employed on a railroad contract by the British government. In 18,'itl he came to this country and Immediately started to work. When he had saved it suttlcicnt sum to start In business lie cumo to Cambridge and settled and purchased v horse and wagon and began work as a contractor. From this small beginning he increased his business until he reached a point several years ago whore he employed 700 men. He made the 'most of the scant opportunities for education offered in bis youth in I...
CAMBRIDGE B. B. CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 27 February 1904
CAMBRIDGE B. B. CLUB. The Cambridge baseball club rtns issued the following to Its many friends: Cambridge, the coming season, is to bo represented, by one of the strongest oinl-profossionnl baseball teams In the state. In order to have the same we must have the support of every person interested In the national gnmc of baseball. The management hns secured the lease of a largo lot of Innd. located on Pacific nnd Sidney streets, off Brookllne street, on which blenchers will be built to sent nt lenst 600 people. The iiinnngoment bus also secured several plnyors of the fnst Olenwood team, which, for a number of yours, bus given the lovers of the game gm.d, fnst nnd clonn ball. A stnnll natnber of senson tickets hnvo been Issued which entitles the holder to n sent nt every gnnio. for which the charge will bo $2. At a meeting of Iho club held on Feb. 18th, the following officers were elected: President, William M. Campbell; vice president, Mlnh Murray; secretary, 11. A. Littlctleld; tren...
LOCAL BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 27 February 1904
LOCAL BREVITIES. Tin annual convention of tho grand lodge of the Ladles' Auxiliaries to the Order of Scottish Clans, was odd in Wells Memorial Building, Feb. 22.1!KH. Business of great Importance was attended to. The auxiliary to Clan Lindsay was highly honored by the election of Mrs. Nellie Stephens to the position of grand secretary. Kearns' orchestra and several singers and readers furnished a very enjoyable entertainment at the social session of Cumbrldge Aerie No. 185, F. O. X., In the hall on Brattle street, on Sunday afternoon last The Daly club of East Cambridge will hold another of Its Inimitable smoke talks In its rooms on Monday evening next. Of course there will be interesting speakers in attendance. Councilman L. B. Harlow was elected a member of the Ward 5 Republican Ward aud City committee al the moetIng of the committee on Thursday evening. This wns to Hl\a vacancy caused by the resignation ofa member of the committee. . I Henry (1. Vaughn of Harden street has been e...
SCHOOL COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 27 February 1904
SCHOOL COMMITTEE. Last Thursday night the school board passed an order asking the city government for'an additional appropriation for the enlargement of the forge shop of the Rindge Manual Training School. Addle M. Bettlnson was nominated ns principal of the Wynian school lv place of M. Carrie Dlckniii ii deceased, at » salary of $730. Maria J. Bacon was transferred from the Steams to Wyinan school. Harry 10. Rich wns confirmed us n teacher In the Manual Training School. It wns voted to change the time of ringing the no-school signal mornings at 7.40 instead of 7.30. For the committee ou schooihouses Mr. Gage recommended that the nomination of Peter R. Vniiely be not continued. On motion of Mr. Thurston the matter was tabled. March 30, was fixed as the date for the closing of the winter term and April 11, as the beginning of the spring term. Resolutions offered by Mr. Stone on the death of Miss M. Carrie Hickman were adopted, On motion of Mr. Adams the superintendent wns requested t...
CLAN McINTOSH SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 27 February 1904
CLAN McINTOSH SOCIAL. Clan Mcintosh NO.-13. 0. S. ('.. held its first social of the season on Thursday evening in Malta hall. The affair was a pronounced success. There was an entertainment the first part of the evening and this was followed with a dance until ll o'clock. Among these who contributed to the entertainment were James Morrison. Robert McKenzle and Miss Angela -Brown in various songs and humorous readings by Miss Ada M. Cahlll. Levy &amp; Kirk's orchestra furnished the music for the dancing. Among the distinguished visitors were (irand Tanist i-rank S. Abercrom",■.«• and Grand Chaplain Thomas M. Young of the Massachusetts grand lodge. Kv■eryone who had the good fortune to be present thoroughly enjoyed tho evening's entertainment
BANQUET TO McNAMEE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 27 February 1904
BANQUET TO McNAMEE. The committee having In charge the tninqiiel to lie tendered to ex-Mayor McNamee, under the auspices of the Jefferson club have the arrangements about completed. The liaiii|liel will be held In Rhodes hall, l'rospect street, on the evening of March 7. The number of tickets have been limited to two hundred and llfty as the applications for seats far outnumbered the sealing capacity of any hall In the city, and n larger number cannot be acooljtmodated In this ball. 001. William A. liaston and other prominent Democrats who have been Invited have already signified their acceptance. The committee will hold another meeting on Sunday next and Ihe tonstmaster and other officers for the occasion will lie appointed.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 27 February 1904
j. Leo Mcdonald &amp; co. iHoose Painting, Graining, Paper Hanging, Gluing, Interior Decorating. OFFICE,... 22 ELIOT STREET. Tel. Cambridge 544-2. Shop, 2: Church St W. li. Holt's Old Stand. CHKS. RTKINS &amp; CO. PAPER HANGERS, WHITENINe. KALSOMINUIB, TINTING, WHITEWASHING. Estsrlor and Interior Decorating. Wef Pwtf MouWlng., PtlaHag, Blizlni, ft*. 97-39 Prospeot Street, CAMBRIOOIPORT. , WNear Central Sq. Tel. 772-3 Cambridge, H. J. SHAW, Bnooeanor to Miller &amp; Shew, Manuf nctlirer of Portable Steam Hoisting Engines, Hammers, Nippe-\ etc., for rile Driving; Bolts, Trusses, and other Iron Work foi Bridges and Buildings. MACHINERY FOR HOISTING ICE, Hydraulic Presses and General Machinery. Special attention paid to Machine and Automobile" Repairing. Cor. Sixth Street and Broadway, Cambrldgeport, Mass. E. J. DUNPHY, Dealer In Watches. Clocks, Diamonds, Jewelry, Silverware, Optical Goods. Saeolal attention given to Fine Watch, Ctook and Jewelry Repairing. Byes...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 27 February 1904
BOSTON ELEVATED RAILWAY CO. Time Table of Cambridge Division. Subject to change without Notice. ARLINGTON HEIGHTS TO BOWDOIN SQ.-(vla Beacon St.), 4.30, 8.00, A. M., 10 and 20 mln. to 11.10 P. M. Nlgbt service (to Adams Sq., via Harvard Sq.) 11.37 P. M., 12.07, 12.37, 1.07, 1.37, 2.37, 3.37, 4.42 A. M. (Sunday— 4.37 5.37). Sun'day-7.02 A. M., 20 and 30 mln. to 11.15 P. M. ARLINGTON HEIGHTS TO SUB-WAY-5.01 A. M.. 5, 8, 15 and 20 mln. to 11.20 (11.30 to A Jams Sq.) P. M. Sunday (1.01, 0.31 A. M., 10 and 15 mln. to 11.20 (11.30 to Adams Sq.) P. M. HARVARD SQ. (EAST CAMBRIDGE) TO CITY POINT-5.20 A. M., 8, 10 and 20 mln. to 11.30 P. M. Sunday—7.24 A. M., and 10, 15 and 20 mln. to 11.30 P. M. HARVARD SO. TO SUBWAY, VIA BROADWAY—O.IB A. M„ 30-mln. to 11.12 P. M. Sundny-8.18 A. M.. 30 mln. to 11.18 P. M. HENRY ST. (CAMBHIDGEPORT), 'IX) MASSACHUSETTS AVE.—S.4B A. M., 12 mill, to 11.48 P- M. Sunday-8.12 A. M., 12 miv. to 11.48 P. M. MT. AUBURN TO SOUTH STATION AND BOWK'S WHARF, VIA HUNTINGTON...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 27 February 1904
LEGAL NOTICE. COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS. MIDDLESEX, SS. PROBATE COURT. To the helrs-at-law, next of kln'and all other persons Interested in the estate of Richard Whorlskey, late of Cambridge, In said County, deceased. Whereas, a certain Instrument purporting to be the last will and testament of snld'deceased have been presented to said Court, for Probate, by Catherine E. Whorlskey, who prays that letters testamentary may be Issued to her. the executrix therein named, without giving a surety on her official bond. You are hereby cited lo appear at a Probate Court, to be held at Cambridge In said County of Middlesex, on the first day of March, A. D. 1004, at nine o'clock In the forenoon, to show cause. If any you have, why the same should not be granted. And said petitioner Is hereby directed to give public notice thcrepf by publishing this citation once In each week, for three successive weeks, ill the Cambridge Sentinel, a newspaper, published, in Cambridge, the lnjit publication...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 27 February 1904
LAWYERS. Telephone UW7-S Main. DIETRICH, DUNCAN &amp; WOLCOTT Attorneys at Law, wo STATE ST., Rooms 803-804 BOSTON, MASS. Evening Office, 671 nassachusett* Avenue, Cambridge. FRANCIS P. CURRAN, Lawyer, ao Pemberton Square, Boston, Mass. X»w Ofllcen, 20 I'enib, rtun Square, Bonton. 1287 1U) market. Benldenoe, Hotel Majenttc, Cambridge, 272-1 Cambridge. Telephone, 2433-4 Main ARTHUR L, FARRELI., Attorney and Oouneellor-at-Law, 23 Court Street, Roomn 220 and 221 BOSTON, - . . MABB . Residence: 172 Spring Ht„ East Cambiiiuok. JAHES B. VALLELY, Counsellor-at-Law. ltriggn Building, , . . Roomn 02-fiG, 293 Washington Street, Boston. Tel., Main, (128, Renlilenue, 30 Amory St., Cambrldgeport. JOHN J. SCOTT, COUNSELLOR • HT • LHinZ 6io Pemberton Building, — Pemberton Square, . , Boston. Rentdence, 2 Leonard Avenue. Telephone, ltuymarket 229(1. James D. f mill &amp; William J. Greene Attorneys and Counsellors-at-Law. LYCEDM BUILDINO, HARVARD SQUARK William J. Greene, Bail Commi...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 27 February 1904
Printing J. FRANK FACEY 36 Prospect Street, Cambridge. Allied Printing Trades Council Label Telephone 1205-3. BUY THE SENTINEL OF D. B. Shaughnessy &amp; Son BOOK STORE Newspapers, Stationery, Periodicals, Etc., Etc. 276 CAMBRIDOB STREET (Opp. Inntttute Mulidiug) EAST CAMBRIDGE, MASS. Subtcriptionn for all Magazines and Papers. Turn your subscriptions for magazines, periodicals and ladies' journals over to GREEN-BEER CO. 32 PROBPECT STREET. Don't fail to see the March Scribner. M. DONOVAN, PRACTICAL UPHOLSTERER And Bedding Manufacturer. "Dealer In Brass and Iron Beds, Mattresses, Feathers. Furniture Coverings, and all kinds (if Upholstering and Bedding Supplies. Couches and Morris Chairs made to order Mattnttses and Furniture repaired to look as good an new, 1224 Cambridge Strut CAMBRIDGE, MASS. Near Prospect Htreet. H. E. WALSH WHOLESALE LUMBER : 112 Water Street, BOSTON. MASS. WHITE PINE, YELLOW POPLAR, HARD WOOD. New Brunswick Cedar Shingles. Selling Agent for the Mill, n...