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SAME OLD RUTS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 19 March 1904
SAME OLD RUTS. There was nothing which hnslened the drawing of party lines so much as the selection of the candidates for '.he various boards of our city. Practically all of these officials were well known and BOtlve Republicans. Democrats, no matter how capable, were not considered.' Wo have heard some sincere Non-partisans condemn such a course and even Bay the Democrats were justified in drawing party lines. We did hope to sco these Non-partisans get the old wagon out of these nils but we must admit that to hnve expected It was to look for too much of a reformation In their views. There is one board, which gives all of us evidence that these Non-partisans have not profited by the past but seem lo endorse the onesided appointments of their predecessors. The members of this board, Aye In number, have been elected by this year's Non-partisan government, we refer to the Board of Overseers of the Poor. The present political standing of this board of five Is four Republicans and one De...
EXCISE FOR THE CHRONICLE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 19 March 1904
EXCISE FOR THE CHRONICLE. The Chronicle Is generally fair, but lis recent hasty assistance to Mr. Cox caused more or less comment. If those who Und fault for this hasty action will but glance at the expenditures of Ihe park commission and the money paid to the Chronicle Publishing company they might see method in the Chronicle's course. The proprietors of the Chronicle appreciate the man who advertises in its columns and consequently we excuse their premature defence for Mr. Cox who, while chairman of the park commission, added to the rerelpts of this paper. It seems human to have a fondness for the man who helps us to meet our expenses.
DIRTY POLITICS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 19 March 1904
DIRTY POLITICS. Mr. Cox has in an Interview In a lo cal paper classified his being held up as a cheap specimen of dirty politics This expression coming from dignified Mr. Cox has caused much surprise. We regret that the supposed cool-head-ed Cox should so far forget himself as to use this language. It shows that even a West Point training has not entirely removed him beyond the reach of street language of a cheap type. Our knowledge of politics causes us no surprise to read of instances where the same man will exclaim, when some other fellow Is held up. "It was clever politics." but when ho is so treated to cry out "That's dirty politics." ■ Does this statement apply to Mr Cox? We trust not'because such language would be unbecoming a graduate of West Point. It is not dirty politics when an alderman, believing that an olticlal has mismanaged his oltice, holds up and opposes the continuance In .office of such a man. It is obedience to his oath of office. It is dirty politics if ho hai...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 19 March 1904
The committee on cities of the Legislature this week reported leave to withdraw on Mayor Daly's bills that Cambridge may abandon certain lands previously taken hy the city and for the removal of certain officials. Representatives Deltrlck and Clark are members of the committee on cities and are evidently determined that no unfair Cambridge shall pass the committee. Mayor Daly's bill for increased taxation on corporation proi&gt;erty was also reported on adversely by the committee on taxation. Mayor Daly Is not a success when he endeavors, to have the Massachusetts legislature pass laws to suit the convenience of the Non-partisan party in Cambridge. If Mayor Daly copied Mayor Collins as closely in many other things as he did on the increase, say. for laborers he would reflect more credit on him self, although neither of them won many laurels by their action on the wage question. So his honor was invited to address the A. 0, 11. In l'ittsticld? Well, he could not expect an inv...
CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 19 March 1904
CORRESPONDENCE. Cambridge, March 18, 1804. To the Editor of the Cambridge Sentinel: To whom It may concern: It having come lo my notice that n certain man or men have been soliciting advertisements from the merchant! of this city mul vicinity for a souvenir for v ball to be run by the Grocery and Provision clerks Association, March 14, 1804, I brand him ns nn Impptter and warn the public nguliisl him as our linll wns run Dec. 8, 1008, Yours respectfully, Jnmes 11. Fit /.put rick, Secretary Local 818, Retail Clerks Inlernallonnl l'rolectlve Association.
CONVICTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 19 March 1904
CONVICTIONS. Mr. Editor:—lfl nil tlnu-s and dimes thD men who hnve the honor and coiirngi- of their convictions, and who live up lo them, have been looked upon with fttVOr and respect, even by their opponents. Even In classical Cnmbrldge this assertion ltolds good, although not to such an extent as we would expect In n cultured nnd educational stronghold. When the lenders of the Democratic pnrty had the courage of their convictions nnd drew tho line of partisanship In politics In Cambridge, the attempt was met with laughter, sarcasm, nnd bigotry. It was something new, something out of the ordinary slow run of events In Cambridge. But when victory came to these skilful and determined leaders, a feeling of terror, despair, fright, nnd bigotry took pos- session of a large number of our voters. They were woke up 100 suddenly from a long und la/.y political sleep. They were dazed and stupefied with their llrsl elementary lesson In strenuous politics, in their bewildermeiil they were Inca...
RUSSELL SENTENCED. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 19 March 1904
RUSSELL SENTENCED. Flunk Russell, iiiiiiH Wiley, the young man arrested by Inspector Deeiiiin of Cambridge ou the charge of larceny in several fashionable lodging houses, and who was charged with larceny by the Waltham police, plead: cii guilty to three counts .of larceny In the superior court at Bast Cambridge, which cniiic in this Wednesday-.Judge Sherman was mi the bench* Russell was given three years in the lioiise of correction. When asked by the conn if he had • anything to say before sentence was passed, Russell asked that he be not sent to the reformatory. He said he believed, and statistles would show, thill more Criminals were sent out from the. reformatory than ever were re termed, there. .judge Sherman was much InterI'sVil In Russell's remarks, and by ills questioning brought put tin- fact that Russell did not regard himself exactly us v "crook." When Russell told the hid".- he originally came from Lawrence, .fudge Sherman said- "So: . v&lt;l " are a fellow towns...
THE SITUATION. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 19 March 1904
THE SITUATION. lv their letter this week. IVttigrew, Bright &amp; Co. say: The announcement of the decision in tlie Northern Securities case while against the Company had good effects. It removed that uncertainty which bus bung over tbe slock mar et for ninny months nnd caused the short interest, which Is very Inrge, lo be greatly reduced; the result being a much' better tone to the market than for a long time. Money still remains easy. General business, while not ns good as lv the "boom" times is nevertheless very large and we believe will Increase with the warm weather. Tlie South and Middle West is particularly prosperous,-and Its effects are being felt more nnd more In its Eastward movement. United stales steel and Amalgamated Copper have been very strong and look as if tbey would advance still further. In the Itoston market United Slntcs Mining and Massachusetts (!as have acted well. Moreover we believe as we have before stilted, that I'tali Is n good purchase nnd will ...
HOSPITAL AID SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 19 March 1904
HOSPITAL AID SOCIETY. The first meeting of Hie Committee on ways nnd means of the Hospital Aid Society of the Holy QhoSt Hospital In the Interests of Ihe coming annual sale was held al the hospital oil Sunday, March Id, at 8 p, tn, There were present Mr. .1. A. Mclver, chairman, Mr. 11. ,T. Cunnlnghnui. Mrs. B. Kelli-her, Mrs. A. Andcrsnn. Mrs. Tims. McCarthy. Mrs. M. Ilnnnlfnii, Misses Jennie nan, Jennie Slnnott, Mary Dohnn, Mary A. Rndy, and Mr. William J. O'Donnoll. Tlie object of the meeting was to coiiler* villi the beads of tables as lo Ihe program to be carried out at the sale. As previously arranged flic sale Is to be held In Ihe lecture hall of the Hospital. A whist party will be held the first evening, viz.. April Hlb. and a musical program Is being planned fur the evenings of the i.ith nnd lOth. The admission In the whist pmly will be .fifty cents and during the other two. evenings there will be no charge. Free tickets may be obtained from members of the committee or from...
Democratic Caucuses. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 19 March 1904
Democratic Caucuses. Notice is hereby given that the Democratic Caucuses In the City of Cambridge for the purpose of electing delegates to tho Congressional District Convention and the Slate Convention for the election of delegates to the Democratic National Convention, will be held on TI'ESDAV EVENING, APRIL IS. IWH, at the following places! Ward I.—institute Hall. Ward 2. -Cambridge Athletic Assoclat'on hall. 021 Cambridge stn-et. Ward 3.—The Shelter. Cambridge Field. Ward 4. St. Paul's A. M. E. church. Ward S. -Red Jacket Hall, lnman square. Ward o,—Odd Fellows' hall. riftO Massachusetts avenue. • Ward ".—Ward Room. City Building, Central square. Ward M. -G. A. it. hall. Qulncy square. • Ward 11.-Ward Room. Brattle Square building. Ward 10. —Observatory Hill Club, Concord avenue. Ward IL—odd Fellows' hall. Mnssa chusetts avenue, cor. Wnlden street. The different wards arc entitled to elect ihe number of delegates, as follows:—Ward 1. three; ward 2. three; ward'ft. live; ward 4. t...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 19 March 1904
RAYMOND'S FOR BONDS. JIAYMOND, Central Building. C. MILLER Variety Store 2414 MASS. AYE.. NORTH CAKBSIDGE Confectioneries, Choice Fruits, Stationeries, Cigars Tobacco and Sm ikers'_Arli[cles. ORIENTAL TEA COMPANY Sole impnrt-frs of Oriental Mul* Berry JavA bent cnffett knuwn.'i Tea* nnd Coffees to suit every purs* and every taste retailed at wholeMlB prices. c;,.nrtau.wavi« uniform, nlwavs pur.*». Kxrr* choice goods a specialty. Sign Big Tut. Kettle, Scollay at]uare, Huston. [ 6. JAMES LUMBER 60. No. 16 Central Street, Boston. Tel. Main 1039. D. S MURPHY, M. D. V. Veterinary Surgeon Offices. Prospect Stable*. 271 Ureen St.. and Dana Hill Stables. 41 Ellery St , Cambridge. Residence. :ici Kscsex St. Night ''uilu received nt W. 11. Hunt it Co., Druggists. DANIEL. P. DANEHY, Funeral Director ond EniDolmer. 34 Rindge Avenue, NORTH CAMBRIDI I'nrringpw furniHlii'cl for Funerals; also Flou Designs of nil kinds. Connected fey Telephone, 1.151-1 Cambrldf • W. H, EMS &amp; CO., wiioi....
BOSTON ELEVATED RAILWAY CO Time Table of Cambridge Division. Subject to Change without Notice. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 19 March 1904
BOSTON ELEVATED RAILWAY CO Time Table of Cambridge Division. Subject to Change without Notice. ARLINGTON HEIGHTS TO BOWDOIN BQ.—(vU Beacon St.), 4.30, fI.OO, A. M., 10 and 20 mln. to 11.10 I. M. Night service (to Adsnis 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 !i.37). Sunday—7.o2 A. M., 20 and 30 mln. to 11.15 P. M. AItI.INGTOX HEIGHTS TO SUB-WAY-5.0! A. M., 5, 8, 15 and 20 mln. to 11.20 (11.30 to Adams Sq.) I. M. Sunday—o.ol, 0.31 A. M., 10 and 15 mln. to 11.20 (11.30 to Adams Sq.) P. M. HARVARD SQ. (KAST OAMBHIDGK) 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 M. HARVARD SQ. TO SUBWAY, VIA BROADWAY— 0.18 A. M., 30 mln. to 11.12 P. M. Sunday—B.lB A. M., 30 mm. to 11.18 P. M. HENRY ST. (CAMBRIDGEPORT), I'D MASSACHTSK'ITS AVE—S.4B A. M., 12 mm. to 11.48 P. M. Sunday—B.l2 A. M.", 12 mm. to 11.48 P. M. MT. AUBURN TO SOUTH STATION AND BOWK'S WHARF, VIA HUNTINGTON AVE.—O.2I...
LOCAL BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 19 March 1904
LOCAL BREVITIES. Court William E. Russell, National Irish Foresters, held lis election of delegates, to attend the Grand court convention to be held lv Lynn on I lie Second Tuesday evening In May. The election of delegates for the ArelidlncoKnn I'nlon of the St. John's Catholic Total Abstinence society were held mi .Monday evening last. The following were elected: D. J. Morrlssey, Jamas Connors ami Horan; alternates, C. Ciirtln, W. J. Lynch und John Keefe. The convention will be held nn April 19. I'asi Grand Knight James T. Whelan nnd stair of Cambridge council, it. of c., win exemplify tin- second degree before Medford Council of Medford, on Monday evening next, a special car to convey the officers and members of Cambridge council will leave Hrookllue street at 7.30 o'clock ou that evening. Rehearsals for "The Magic Slipper," to In- given in Odd Fellows' ball, North Cambridge, on Patriot's Day, April 111, for Ihe benefit of St. John's Catholic Total Abstinence society, have been co...
COMMON COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 19 March 1904
COMMON COUNCIL. At h.22 p. in. President Steams called the common council, to order. All members were present. Councilman Ulnnn aioved that tincouncil should reconsider tin- order lv reference to transferrins! the sum of $IWK» from appropriation of contingent fund to that of house offal labor, Councilman Monk asked what the council bad to do with it. Councilman Dinan replied that there nn- nt present 19 drivers in the nffnl ilepiirtiue.nl who are paid 12.00- per day. Why Is it that they flout receive $2.20 per day as well as tbe drivers of the other departments? Couiicilinah Monk asked if it would take thai amount of money to increase tin-pay of the drivers twenty-live rents per day. Councilman Dinah replied that there are 881 working days in the year and it requires very nearly that amount. Now there are 2.10 working days left which will take about $1200. Councilman Elmore said thai this mutter of Increasing the salaries of the drivers is not within the Jurisdiction of the council....
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 19 March 1904
j. Leo Mcdonald &amp; go. House Painting, Graining, Paper Hanging Glazing, In trior Decorating. OFFICE,... 22 ELIOT STREET. Tel. Cambridge iv'- shop, tiCbnrca st W. 11. Holt's Old Stand. CHHS, HTKINS St CO. PAPER HANGERS. WHITENING. KALSOMININB, TINTING, WHITEWASHING. Exterior and Interior Deooratlng. WiH Piper Mouldings. Pairing, Gluing, to. 27-29 Prospect Street, CAMBRIDGEPORT. |ar-Near Central Sq. Tel. fflM i mul.ridge. H. J. SHAW, Successor to Miller A Shaw, Manufacturer of Portable Steam Hoisting Engines, Hammers, Nippr-\ 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, Cambridgeport, Mass. E. J. DUNPHY. Dealer in Watches.Clocks, Diamonds, Jewelry, Silverware, Optical floods. Special attention given to Fine Watch, Clock and Jewelry ltepairlni£, Kyes Tested and properly fitte...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 19 March 1904
EDWARD GRANT, CONSTABLE " Qualified to Serve Civil Process."! Office: 671 Mass. Ay., Room 7 Residence: It Cerry Street, CAMBRIDCE. CHAS. W. GARDNER ' Restaurant 879 Main Street. BptfttSHk Our 20c lliiiiic-r Bent.* theTiiwn. First-class Meals at all hours at Popular Prices YOUR PAT«ONA«IK SOI.II ITKII. HERBERT E. ROSE PLUMBER AND GAS UTTER HOT WATER HEATISTtJ. |4 Wnsti-rn .Yvunuii unci 1:1 Itivor Stioot TKI.KI-lIONK I'ciX.NKCMMIS, Established 1867. J, A.Cummings Printing Co, Printers and Publlsners. 172 Oliver Street, Boston. D. 9. BXOOfi Pre». I\ 11. Ooncannon, Ircan. EBtimatcß furniHheil on re(|ucAt. Telephone 6"»6 Main. M. CAVANAGH, Mlinufaciturer Itticl Ileiilrr in Harness, Horse Clothing, And Stable Supplies. Repairing ol All Kinds Will Be Promptly Attended To. 850 Main Street, CAMBRIDGEPORT, • • MASB. ~lames CURRY, COLLAR AND HARNESS MAKER, Whins, Carry Combs, Brushes, Blanket-,, Horse nothing. Boots, Etc. Repairing In All Its Branches Promptly Done. No. B Broadway, Jwwtleii Ma...