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CITY GOVERNMENT [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 27 February 1904

CITY GOVERNMENT Every member of tbe board/of aldermen who present nt the mooting of tbe board on Tuesday evening./ Frank C. Lovell whs appointed a weigher of coal. Tbe following were appointed assistant assessors: Ward one, Felix 0. McBride; ward two, Charles X. McCarthy; ward 3, Thomas Gallagher; ward four, Patrick J. White; ward live, George H. Monroe; ward six, James H. Boyd; ward seven, Franklin H. Wright, ward eight, Warren Ivors; ward nine, James Culhune; ward ten, Edward F. Flanagan, ward eleven, Charles W. Oallubnn. The following petitions,-etc., were referred as follows: To the committee , on highways of the board: The petition of Edith D. Fuller for a sewer in private way leading to HUllard street, and of N. E. Telephone and Telegraph Company of Massachusetts and Cambridge Electric Light Company thut permission be granted to tbe former company to attach wires to tbe poles of the latter on Magazine street. To the committee on liceuses. The petitions for licenses as follows:...

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COMMON COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 27 February 1904

COMMON COUNCIL. It was nearly 8.30 o'clock before the council got together, with President Steams In the chair. Councilmen Nelligan and Ilogmi being absent. The usual gist of business from the board of aldermen was received and passed upon. The principal discussion of the evening wns on the budget, being started by Councilman Dlnau, who wauted the Item relating to the overBeers of the poor laid on the table temporarily. Council Joel wanted to know If the 124,000 asked for the overseers of the lwor included the Increase for the drivers of the offal wagons to $2.23 per day. Replying, for the finance committee. Councilman Elmore said that the committee did not think that It would be possible to Increase any salaries this year, but last year the overseers hud something over $23,000, and they could do as they thought fit. When his attention was called to the fact by Councilman Downey that the overseers of the poor had .expended over $24,000 last year, as they had received some $11100 by ...

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WILLOW A. C. MINSTRELS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 27 February 1904

WILLOW A. C. MINSTRELS. Tlio members of the willow Athletic dub surpassed themselves Monday evening in their annual minstrel show. Odd Fellows' Hull was crowded to the door nnd standing room wns nt n premium, The performance was under the direction of Geoffrey L. Whalen, wlio also acted M interlocutor. From the opening chorus to the closing of the show' there was something doing nil the time. Kvery member of the company received a goodly share of applause tor the hits tjiey made. The program was as follows: PART I. interlocutor. Geoffrey Lionel Whnlcii. End men— Hones, Mini Halllday. Jack Foy: tainbos, Bert Morandus, Mat Sullivnn. Chorus—Edward .1. Heals, Frederick .Inndri'iiii, Edgar E. Chester, David J. LaFrance, Jere Caahman, Henry Cossette, Ernest J. Hergcron, Godfrey A. (iingras. William Stoddard, William Sawyer.Stanley.J. Froneoeur, Daniel ,1. McLean, .liimes lvester, Henry J. Glngras. PROGRAM. End song, "I Never Say 'Good Morning Carrie' Now," Mat Sullivan; end song, "My Tnnt...

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MEDICAL IMPROVEMENT SOCIETY [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 27 February 1904

MEDICAL IMPROVEMENT SOCIETY An Interested uudleuce was present at the meeting of the Cambridge Medical Improvement society held at the Colonial club Monday evening. The discussion was started by Dr. A. X. Stone. Dr. A. X. Stone, vice-president of the Boston Society for the Aid and Prevention of Tuberculosis, on "What Other Countries Are Doing for the Prevention of Tuberculosis"; Harold X. Estubrook, secretary of the Bostou association on the work of the association; Goodwill A. Iseuberg, chairman of the board of health of this city on the work of that body in connection with the extermination of the disease, and Dr. Edwin Farnhnm, who gave some statistics concerning the death rate from consumption since 1851. In the discussion which followed Dr. Walter WesKelboeft, Dr. Eugene E. Dill'llng and Dr. James A. Dow participated. Mr. Iseuberg of the board of health, rend the following paper: Mr. Chairman, Ladles and Gentle* llleli: I wish to express my pleasure for the opportunity nf being...

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

——-■ > a '.•-» W" An' alarm from bo* 431 was sounded shortly before 1 o'clock Thursday. Through some mistake chemical engine one went to box 413. and while Uirnlnc into Essex street from Maasii-bu-setts avenue, an outward bound Sprlns Hill car collided with the engine. Owing to the slippery condition of the tniks the motorman could not stop the car on time. Driver Dardls saw that a collision was certain, and urged his horse on to prevent It. The car struck the rear whivM and the force or the collision fore thf two pony chemical tr.nks and their boldi rs from their fistenlngs. The englt e proceeded on Its way. The fire waa In the storeroom of Hews pottery on Raymond street and was extinguished In short order.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 27 February 1904

CHAS. E DAVIS, - - Optician I , ~* • : ' 1 NO FEE NECESSARY j i i* DAVIS METHOD <*? NOW AT ' \ 367 Boylaton Street « F»*ht Elevator | JAMES T. BARRETT, H I General Contractor. 619 CAMBRIDCE STREET. Estimates Furnished for Every Kind of Work. Telephone Connection. JAMES J. SHEA~ "~ JOHN T. SHEA , SHE?* BROS. Undertakers and Embalmers Wardrooms, 9 PEARL STREET Office, <0T Cambridge Street. f JAMES J. SHEA, 75 Fifth Street. Residences . . . \jqhN T. SHEA, 91 Otis Street. Telephone No. litli-t. WhyltTto Boston to Buy a Piano? When I cnti save you from 10 to 25 per cent on any piano, and a year's piano lessons absolutely free. Dealer in Lister, Koell. Kimball, Ludwig & Co., Smith & Barnes, and ..-_,.- j. Wentworth & Keller Pianos. Second-Hand uprights, Squares and Organs. Y. M. C. A. PIANO ROOMS, 830 Mass. Aye. Democrats g Republicans—No Partiality Our Usual LOW PRICES To All. WM. H, WOOO & CO., Lumber Merchants P. O'B...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 27 February 1904

IMI-lCa-bHd,* y mLUQANi w. h. enos & co„ Funeral Diector and Emha mer, - Wholesale and Retail Dealers In Owes AMD Wakkkooms . 24 Rice St., NORTH CAMBRIDGE. N|||| nyrlin at nCfnOflA .Superintendent of NorthCambrlde Cemetery slUls UlulHOo luGUw Night Promptly. 97 Concord Avenue, danikl p. dansht. CAMBRIDOB, nASS. ' aßwiwiNG&co. Funeral Director and Enffialmer. UNION STABLES 3 < Rlndge Avenue> HIM, IIiDIJ, dMUIIIIj UIIU oUIB for Fu " er, "" i * ,B ° r,or *' STABLES. HORSES FOR SALE. We have constantly on hand a full M- Telephone Connection, sortment of Gentlemen'! Drivers, Business, Jig sawing ahd Turn Draft and Saddle Horses. Acclimated Band Sawing and Moulding Family and Matched Pairs a Specialty. CAAf Ms*! RAN All Horses Warranted as represented, but SAAv iilCl_CAl>, not against sickness. ' OFFICE AND STORE FIXTURES No. 420 Green St., Cambridge, Mass. interior woodwork, Telephone, 12Cambridge. and 33 Lanoastkk. St. . Boston, M...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 5 March 1904

THE CAMBRIDGE SENTINEL VOL. I. No. 19. <ALLIED PRINTING TRADE COUNCIL BOSTON, MASS.> 81 CAMBRIDGE, MASS. MARCH 5, 1904. PRICE THREE CENTS. Tlie 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, MARCH 5,, 1904.

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MANY CITIZENS PROTEST Against Use of More Wires COMMON COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 5 March 1904

MANY CITIZENS PROTEST Against Use of More Wires COMMON COUNCIL. In the Public Streets. An Interesting Hearing Before the Board of Aldermen on Tuesday Evening. There was a very large gathering at the meeting of the bonrd of aldetmen on Tuesday evening. This was occasioned by tho hearing on the petition of the New England Telephone and Telegraph Company to attach fixtures and wires to the poles of the Cambridge Ele-trlc Light Company. There was not standing room for all who wished to get Into the chamber. When this subject enme up Mr. I.ocke. for the company, said that there was no Intention of erecting new poles, but It was simply to attack wires to poles already standing. The first speaker for the remonstrants was Joseph S. Lamb of Pleasant street!" Hie said that there were 14 wires on the pole In front of his house now and he was opposed to any more being put there. Mrs. Elizabeth Knrxber of Pleasant street protested against any more wires being put on the poles near her premises. ...

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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 — 5 March 1904

THE "SENTINEL'S" GOSSIP On Current Events and Happenings. A Few Things Observed by Him as He Patrols His Post. "You make altifeether too much of that ward seven Bunch. We want to have them die a natural death. They are the only ones; who are outspoken for a straight Republican nomination and If they are given anything, recognized In any wtoy or are allowed to live they will make a great deal of trouble for the Nonpartisans next fall." this was the Btoii' that wns given to me this week by one of the staunchest supporters of the Non-partisan cause lv the city. He Is also one of those who bave something to say about what shall be done when the spoils are given out. The conversation (was brought out by the question as to why the bunch had been thrown down on everything that they had asked for the present yenr and this reply showed to mo very conclusively that the whole system of appointments since inuugti- .-...,.. uaj mv übi-u ..... .!"•' on with a distinct desire to kill the ward seve...

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THE JEFFERSON CLUB Honors Ex-Mayor McNamee. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 5 March 1904

THE JEFFERSON CLUB Honors Ex-Mayor McNamee. A Banquet in Rhodes Hall on Monday Evening Next. A Large List of Prominent Speakers. All the arrangements for the banquet lo be tendered to ex-Mayor .McNamee by the Jefferson club on Monclny evening nexi have been completed ami everything points to ibis being one of the affairs of the kind ever held in this city.. On account of Ihe size of Rhodes Hall. Prospect street, where the banquet will be held, It was found necessary to limit tho number of tickets to 280. although Iho demand for these has been much larger. Among those who will attend and have signified their acceptance of Ihe invitation of the committee to be present and speak are; Col. William A. Gaston. Representatives Aylward, Bennett and Dletrlck. John 11. Corcoran, Charles 11. Thurston. Andrew J. Rady, John X. Ilannlgan. Francis p, Currnn, Rev. J. Henry Duckery nnd .1. Prank l'acey. Henry J. Cunningham will act as toastmaster of the evening. The following are the officers'-ot! t...

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A SAMPLE OF A DALYITE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 5 March 1904

A SAMPLE OF A DALYITE. In East Cambridge the followers of the mayor have formed themselves Into a Daly club, now better known as the "Colonial Club Annex," because the members of the latter club occasionally visit their less fortunnte brethren in old Wnrd 8. Interest In the club can only be maintained by the bringing In of new recruits from other sections of our city. If It would lie confined to thnt It would lie desperate enough, but look at the case of the president, John S. O'Brien. In one of our Cambridge papers of February 0 is a cut of John S. O'Brien, president of Ward 1 and 2 Duly club. Is Mr. O'Brien disgusted with bis companions In old Ward JtV Is he disappointed because he did not receive some plum? The SENTINEI. would like to know tlie truth about this person, because word bus reached us from the town of Amesbury thnt on Wednesday of last week, John S. O'Brien bud bis mime placed upon the voting-list and Is already active in the approaching campaign before tlie town elec...

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WHO NEEDS REFORMATION? [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 5 March 1904

WHO NEEDS REFORMATION? The Good Government league and we differ ns to the people who need reforming. The leaguers believe thut it Is the lowly, as judged by possession of the world's good, while we are convinced Hint good government will only be assured when those In high places become thoroughly honest olid sincerely desirous of good government. We hold that the corruption tn public life is due not so much for o desire to hold office.os the desire to make riches mid to obtain It quickly. Honest men are elected to office—they start With the very best of intentions. Some of them l—tng strong-willed refuse the templing offer made by some lobbyist whose aim Is to rob the |)oople of some of their rights, while others gladly accept tbe bribe offered. The sum may vory. It oil depends upon tbe cheapness, of the man, The honest man goes bock to his constituents nnd the corporation whose interests he Opposed sends money Into that disiriet nnd oftentimes defeats the representative of the peop...

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THE FRUITFUL SOURCE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 5 March 1904

THE FRUITFUL SOURCE. If we would be asked what one event In our memory did the most to corrupt the political nffnlrs of Cambridge we would answer, The political campaign known ns the Choniplln-Dlck-Inson fight. Gen. Chnmplln's pnrty ■pent so much money in flint memorable contest Hint it. wns condemned from the pulpit by Dr. Blekncll. It wns money ngnlnst money, and the evil results still cling to our municipal campaigns. The knowledge gained nt that time by both parties, nnd lioth parlies were called Non-partisan has 1 n used to good advantage In the contests ngalnst the Democracy of Cambridge. Both these leaders were ngalnst Mayor McNamee and the knowledge of the voters bought, or to use a milder term, Influenced by the use of money In tbe Chnmplln-Dlck-Inson contest proved of Immense value In the Inst, campaign. The men won over by boodle In the Chnmplln-Dick-Inson campaign were the men who could lie won over In the Inst campaign. If the Good Government league Is honestly Interest...

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ANOTHER RESIGNATION. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 5 March 1904

ANOTHER RESIGNATION. Jereinbib Crowley the overseer of the im><>i from the Fasi Cambridge section of our city, hns resigned from thnt office. Tbe election of no overseer was ho bitterly contested ns was bis. On ii Joint ballot Mr. Crowley defeated John T. Shea, the then Incumbent of the Office ''J' °" e TObf. This election ot Mr. Crowley did ns much ns nny oue act In cementing the Democracy of the city. For this the Democrats are truly grateful. The City Council should be very careful In their selection of an overseer. They should not elect a nitin who has never been connected with charitable organizations. Tbe city will lie best protected from fraud by. the election of some mini who takes a sincere Interest in the work of relieving tbe poor. 'This protection to the city can be no more safeguarded than by the choice of some man- connected with "some recognized charitable orgnnizntlon. because then such n man Is in n position to know nnd to prevent an...

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NEEDED HERE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 5 March 1904

NEEDED HERE. Tbe Good Government League, If honestly administered can lie productive of much good and the SENTINEL Welcomes any sincere movement that has for its aim the purification of loonl politics, for it Is well known the city Stands in need of such v movement. This league brought on to address our citizens a noted Non-partisnn Republican politician of New York City, it is generally concei)ed that his work wns a failure. The SENTINEL suggests ns one to lie Invited by the League the name of a man. whose honesty has been proven beyond question, whose moral rectitude has been acknowledged by all upright men of our land. Representative John F. Shaforth of Colorado, a Democratic representative who resigned bis seat when he became satisfied that In* 1 was elected by fraud. Such a man would be the right person In the right place to give to the members of this league n good heart to heart talk on pure polltics. Of course we hardly expect thai our suggestion will be carried out, because...

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NOT ADEQUATE PUNISHMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 5 March 1904

NOT ADEQUATE PUNISHMENT. We believe Hint everything should be done to encourage those who have charge over the lives and property of our citizens, thnt faithful performance to these duties will lie reworded with promotion or otherwise. We also believe that those who do not seem to appreciate the Importance of these duties nnd fail to recognize the value of n clear heod In the emergencies of their colling should be punished according to the enormity of their offence. We believe that the violation of some rules of the lire department demands a mere fine, but we differ with Mnyor Daly that any member of the fire department proven guilty of intoxlcotlon should lie let off with n mere fine. This Is too frivol a punishment for sneli nn offense. There is no position In the City thnt demands a sober man ns does the duty of a fireman. Not only our property but our lives are In peril whenever n fire Is raging. No man under the Influence of liquor can do the work demanded under such conditions...

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WAS THIS TO HE THEIR PAY? [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 5 March 1904

WAS THIS TO HE THEIR PAY? The couservntlve people among tbe Non-partisan parly have been much aroused by recent events which have taken place in the benilqiiiirtei-K of tbe party. Gambling, shooting craps mid even drinking has been n common occurrence within these sacred precincts, if the party leaders winked their eyes to these proceedings the outrugeous liiilh nation of the milk and tile of the pa , l y was such as to cause these nliiises to cease. How can we expect to Improve the political situation Jn our city when young men are allowed to come In from the street and put to such use the headquarters of the purity party, the rent of which Is paid for by the subscriptions of honest, lawabiding citizens? We feel satisfied Hint all the Xon-partisans will not agree to any bargain where for services rendered young iueri. u.re,.|ii'ivli. leged to lie given a room In which to violate law ami encourage crime, and yet to Just such a use lias been put the headquarters of the Non-partisan p...

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FATHER MATHEWS TO BUILD. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 5 March 1904

FATHER MATHEWS TO BUILD. Tbe Father Mathew TotolAliHtlneliee society of Eost Cambridge Is about to undertake a work of. vital importance to this city, for there is notblbg wiueii menus so much to n community as the saving of character and this is best assured by avoiding strong drink. Father Mathew, when he begun bis great crusade, which proved a world's blessing, said, "If one poor soul could be rescued from destruction by what we are now attempting. It would be giving glory to God and well worth nil the trouble we could take." and he signed his pledge with these memorable words, "Here goes lv the name of God." The city hns lv the person of Father Diircan of East Cambridge a worthy disciple of the great Father Mntbew. He Is the one who Is spiritual director of the Father Mntbew society mid the prime mover lv this great undertaking. Tbe SENTINEL agrees with Father Durcan that the erection of n ball for the use of the friends' of Hie cause will entice ninny a young mnn from the downw...

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