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TESTIMONIAL TO J. FRANK FAGEY. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 26 March 1904
TESTIMONIAL TO J. FRANK FAGEY. Ai' llio meeting of the .IVeiiHierutii' W'ni'il nnil (••Ity I'lnnniitii'i' held on Moiuliiy evening tlio following sot of resolutions wore unanimously passed nud orili'i'i'ii to lie engrossed mid suiinlily I'l'iiiniiil. to In. presented to Past' President' l-'neoy. A TKSTIMONIAI. to ,1, I'UAN'K I'.YtT'Y. from tin- iit'inoi'iiiiii' Ward' ti ml City t'omiiiittoe of! t'liinlirldgii. lto it' resolved, THAT we ili'siro. to ri'i'iii'il our n'ppl'Ol'l.'ltillli lII Ills llllllll'S ill 1,,'11111f lII llio niusi" of Iloiiioeniey timing llio yours in whli'h ho has Been at, flic, head of tho organization lv tin."pity of Cmn.Url'rtut'i ■ • '-.".. .THAT his work In bringing ■ ■tbe, Honioi't'iitii' movement io lis prt'seiif' condition of usefulness nnd vigor,' by upon. lioiiiiriiiilo and t'tiui'iig'i'ous t'fforf. Is worthy of oiii'. grt'iiitist uvlinlriiiloii' hjid emulation; .THAT his 'tireless nnil sleepless'vigiInlii'i': Ids'clieei'ful snci'lllce of his'per-, soti...
MORTGAGEE'S SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 26 March 1904
MORTGAGEE'S SALE. Ity virtue of a power- of sale ooiilainoil in. n I'ortiiiii mortiriige deed .given by .Intiies .Aiiilersoii to Colin tlfeoti, daieil aiilv L'-l, lisi.'!. ami record-. oil wllh Miillllesev Soiiib hlstl'lct Ilooils. Itooli ;',11.-,1',. I'llno 2lfi; will lie sol,! at "public- Inn lion for bren.-ll of the ,',,nil'lil,his of Hiifd .iniirtirnee. and for ihe purpose ~f' foreclosing the s.iino. ~ii Monday. April 11. HUM; al four ireloek I*. M i the promises r.iin.'.t.il by sai.l luorllMgo ,loed therein, and ilcsorltieii Htihsfnhtinllv as follows; j. A eeftain. univel of'laud Willi the ' liiilldlims thereon siiiiaieil in t'recti Sliver.' I'iiniliri.lL'e. Massachusetts, Ih.Mil.led ' lleciiiiililu' at the Southwesterly eorll'er "I 1.111.1 of \. \. Hoililos. Iliell.e lillillilii: 1.,\ lin- Soiilh.'l'll side ~f parcel ~l I i.-ililes loilv -i\ ami '.l. Inn Mil lli'l.feel |oil slake.. llu'll.'O I'lllllllll'.' southwesterly M '.Harris laml sijxl'yKOllll 1111(1 ."..Vltlll liiT.ooi ...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 26 March 1904
i Sa»a»as»SsSa«sSs»aSa»al«ss , s»allalla«s»sllaW«s»s»^ Pcttigrew, Bright &amp; Co. MhMIUKs BOSTON STOCK EXCHANGE. BANKER* AND BROKERS Excha ,e Building, Boston. JUHJt PETTIOREW. ELMER H. BRIGHT BBBBj^ ~"jAMES T. BARRETT, General Contractor. 619 CAMBRIDCE STREET. Estimates Furnished for Every Kind of Work. Telephone Connection. JAMES J. SHEA ■ JOHN T. SHEA SHE 7* BROS. Undertakers and Embalmers Wareroomi, 9 PEARL STREET Office, 4(i7 Cambridge Btreet. . . - .-■ ,-''-' ' . i ■• ■ . [JAMES J.. SHEA, 75 Fifth Street. Residences -.' . ." \ joim T. SHEA, 91 Otis Street. ,-*.-.,, Telephone No. 695-4. Why Go to Boston to Buy a Piano? When I can save you from id. to 25 per cent on.any pimp, and a year's piano lessons absolutely free. Dealer in Lister, Koell, Kimball, Ludwig &amp; Co., Smith &amp; Barnes, and ... . Wentworth &amp; Keller Pianos. Second-Hand Uprights, Squares and Organs. Y. M. C. A. PIANO ROOMS, S3O Mass. Aye. RBpublicans—No Partiality Our Usual ...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 26 March 1904
KAYMONI) .-sells Heal listnte. for Sale or To Let i'wn no -t ilcsirablu hiuiscs m lirsi eliiss . on, ililion.'o ami S llurlluit Sin ct, Notili Camlifiilgc ■'■'..' .''-". also vacant, .intl'aifjoilunjfV Wmilil cxi'Haligc fot 'Mcti haiulisi . . Krvs at 10 ki.sclanil Street, ■.'..'' Geo. J. Raymond, 352-54 56 WASHINiTON STREET, BOSTON ■.',..' \V.';,'ic yiui !.ot t'uat h;it-f&lt;Ni. ■■' '' ' ' "•'.'■ '/" •'. '''.'''"'" .'
Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 26 March 1904
CHAS. E. DAVIS, - - Optician ' ■ ■ / ' ■:. ' . . EYES J L NO FEE EXAMINED NECESSARY W ' ;&amp; DAVIS METHOD £&gt; , ' ' NOW AT . 367 BoyUton Street 1 Flight Elevator SODEN STREET STABLES (JLRIC QAONN, . Manager. 12 Soden Street, Telephone 330.4 Cambridge. Formerly llsrtlett's BUble. This Stable ia now under Mew Management. New Horses, Hacks and Carriages. . Carriages furnished for Weddings, Funerals, and all classes of work, at »ay hour of the day or night. .—— , • ——»—^ The Working Man finds the very Best at the lowest market prices. Here are our prices for the very best: PEA, $5.00 FURNACE* $6.50 STOVE, $7.00 \0 Udll BOG, $7.00 For prompt delivery and fair treatment send your orders to the CONSUMERS CO-OPERATIVE COAL CO. The youngest Cosl Company in the Cltyi Office, 71-73 Main St. Phone, 101 Camb. Two doors from Transfer Station, W, B. Bridge. Cunningham Bros. REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE : Agents for the following Companies: Cambridge Mutual Fire Ins. Co. National o...
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 2 April 1904
THE CAMBRIDGE SENTINEL VOL. I. No. 23. &lt;ALLIED PRINTING TRADE COUNCIL BOSTON, MASS.&gt; 81 CAMBRIDGE, MASS., APRIL 2, 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 6, 1903, at the post-office at Boston, Mass., under the Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. East Cambridge news items for the SENTINEL can be left at the news store or William H. Shaunnessy, 278 Cambridge street, where the representative of this paper will receive it. SATURDAY, APRIL 2, 1904.
THE POLICE REORGANIZATION Is Passed in Its First Stage, COMMON COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 2 April 1904
THE POLICE REORGANIZATION Is Passed in Its First Stage, COMMON COUNCIL. And Provides for Five Captains, Three Lieutenants and Six New SergeantsOther Doings of the Board, and NonDoings of the Council. The board of aldermen came together seven minutes late, as the members were out on committee meetings. The principal -business of tlie, evning- wasthe debate and action-on the lilJl relating to the reorganization of tlie po- j. lice. The Nun-partisans,''were .very .much divided on the matter and there] was some acrimonious dehnte between them on the subjee-t. \Vhen the order came up said,: "I j was not here at.the last meeting and I would like, to have some information from a member of the committee/ on tile subject.-" ",',-■ . .. . Alderman liavis replied,for the ceunnilttee: "This matter was introduced the. llrst■ of. the year and .referred to . Ihe committee on police. This'commit-, ■ tee held several conferences and con-: - ferred with, many of. the cities lit the , Stale and | pers...
THE "SENTINEL'S" GOSSIP On Current Events and Happenings. A Few Things Observed by Him as He Patrols His Post. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 2 April 1904
THE "SENTINEL'S" GOSSIP On Current Events and Happenings. A Few Things Observed by Him as He Patrols His Post. . I tliiti'k ilhal the slreiiuoiiMicssof the Ward ".bunch tarnish me with rather more i ai.ise for comment than aiino.sl; anything else in the city, There is alii":-' nTways of iiiifivi'which lia|ipi n■■ a' iJiy we-l-ly Moitd'ay ' eVeflilia Hi.'el Ihcs. Now I all: :l great .ultniier of ,111, tine or air set-of' ici-n win) have &gt;he courage ill their'convi.---1 lien-:,- The nieinliers .of ilii- eljili imve the courage-to .tell tie leaders here that:] I bey are- Republn an-' and that they will'i Uul iJtatni i"i' \nn i :i'i ii&gt;an l:\|i" ri-&gt; It is true that v.'iil.-'ilv Sftrri-ij- ;-t •. Kifinge ami nih';r. ami "l""! ion pi'"inIses thp Non partisan leaders gathered ■111 the' bunch last l'iil apd fiioicilvtlii-iu c:'i'-voii-iy. bin I.he\ .'nieani well ai .Diet, "i ii-t. and it is human 10 err, psqte iiill&gt; ~ vchei) I'mre Is -cii" large...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 2 April 1904
'■"■'. Last .X.londio n'. nine th'c priii/inal , '~,' „ Me ll.eelh,, 'V ,- ' il-I'li ,!,■ !•'■ ,„!,., ' „f.|!osl,ci. Hie' 11l v Refill Tin .N"ini"'l' "I lie" l"'.'i I'd. ■ Tie 'V.i.' Hi" IhKtiiii übleriuaii' di.l '. ■■ It into Hie N'e'n.partisans as n wlude, was a null in. It" advised' llli 11 hers of il lull, in -';ni'.l for jinny lines' in lti&gt; -iv lesi -. use \* be i- lb" 'only man vi hi-' pari) whir won 111 the la-T .■!.■■■ Hon in lii.-t -hi li" i- 'Iml lied to '" ! ! | 11,, ■ !, m. li how l" do lb" ,I'rli li. for the apparent tii.i.i'cit.v aciilus't him was '.. hiir.' lirliav'i made a. b m streii t,t- in in falter llf T'i'!- of.ehi oiir ■ ageilietlt WCI'C |'"..:M-'! Willi \i.iell'el"J ■ api'laiise, . , . V\ii"ii If cnnie i" (he crehtlnll of m-w ~(b""s for.i 1,,,,' who Iveri .Hi" parrY.'!' Workers Ibe Xo'n-liari-I-iin llienih r- ul'' lire 'hoard "f alili 11 1 ' ollld- nut 'tfl 111,, t.tiilj:' ijlli li cli High ' v \ itill'SS'' I lie jM-.i:.,. nf '|h|..'re&lt;e...
EASTER MILLINERY OPENING [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 2 April 1904
EASTER MILLINERY OPENING The lalesi NeiV York' and I'arislnn inilliiu'ry Is displayetl at the- parlors of Mrs. ,|. ]•'. lirinies. No. Tl.'i .Mas-sachii-setts avenue. All'the. latest novelties, .in trimmed and uiitriinmed. hats ami ihe very latest effects are shown here. Shirtwaist hiit.fi pf our own 'dpstgii- and work.- Ladies will lind . u)l thai Ihe market nfl'tii'ds and i-veryih-iii/i .ii|i-lo dale in Hiis nioch-rn i-siiiblishment al prices which, will leave, Kwnii'ttling with .which to purchase other Spfing sup .pi ids. • ••■ ;.,.-,-
DELEGATIONS FILED. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 2 April 1904
DELEGATIONS FILED. Papers Opened on Wednesday Eve,,-.'ng ai Democratic Headquarters. The List of Delegates, ■ tip. Wedimsday i?yeiiins at/the lieriio-. crtitic heaclc)uaflers the list oi'.n.jminalinns for. elelemutes lo .Hie Siale and! i-oniiressional conventiiuis -were- opened. I In all the. wards, with Ihe exception oil Ward, to.' there we're two or more deliral'ions li'.e-el. In this ward ex-M.-iyeiri .Mi-N.-inie-e and lieprcse-iitaiivo l)eitric'l(' wore unopposed ns iilne.y delegates, to] ihe.statu ei'uiyeiiiinii,. aiul .lolm Huck-t ley unci' Tluuuas Cnstireive wero uu-} oppnseil. it's ele-lei;aces willi the sainc- in-]-, .clinatioiis as e-onLii'e-.-si.uiii.l delc-L-.-iie-s, j '.-■' Hie lisls'ns H1,.,!;' . ' I Ward I 5i,,,-, . ||'uple.li;eil/.loseplr I. Hoy.lt&gt;. .Joseph ll.' Stun l-'raii. Is .1. ilrnilv. Se. mid sei/plediie !"to I'lv'arst. I.-mi.-l .1. liiuan. li. nry ,I. I.eliim, ..I'haile-s. .I.' iilej'.lroy. • I'oifaressi'oniii. pe-ile, .1 lo 1 li-n rM. lninl.i-1 -...
SOME TAX-PAYERS PROTEST [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 2 April 1904
SOME TAX-PAYERS PROTEST Against the 1903 Assessments, And All ISorts of Excuses Are Offered by the Taxpayer Against Paying the City, The hearing upon the several petitions for abatement of tuxes assessed hy thi- assessors last, year was -opened Tuesday morning by the .Middlesex county cominlssloners at. their oilice in Kast I'am bridge. The reasons alleged in tho petition arc that the valuation of the various ' niees of property, as lixed by.the asr uetsora, was far above the fair market value-hnd excessive -in the aiuouiit upini wliicli Itixes-weiv levied. I'ily Solicitor I-envoy of Ciimbridge. appeared in opposition. to the petitions. The-following were'the cases assigned anil called for hearing; Kdmiind -M. i'-arker or't'.ambrldge, Alfred Howciiiel d (Harold -I. foolldge of' Boston, trustees of Hie rui-versity Association. They lileil a schedule of the -property; In question, as follows:' - N"s. ii aiifl -jil llolyiikc stret-t.iiiittiid ". OH"l-i* .Mt. Auburn streeis, to fiUI .Ma...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 2 April 1904
I'lil.lTli'Al. AliVKltilSlNli. I I'liflTirAl. Al YKIU'ISINiI. I l-iII.ITU'.M. Al iVKItTISIM I. William Randolph Hearst .— —is— —. . THE CANDIDATE OF THE COMMON PEOPLE The Trusts and Corporation Democrats Unanimously Oppose His Candidacy. HFW.T Rill IV AT NORTH RfIMRRinRF, ODD FELLOWS HALL Massachusetts Avenue, Cor. Walden Street, Wednesday Evening, April 6th, 1904. ' ■*, _ ... - ,"■■; i_, ;, ■
THE WATER QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 2 April 1904
THE WATER QUESTION. Briefly', staled the attitude of the Democratic members of .the common council on tlie water hum "Is, thnt the water board ought to do the work by tlie day. employing ('nin liridge citizens, ami tin- contention of the water boa ni is the contract system is tincheapest for the city. The merits. then-fore, of these eonlentlous ail- of vital Importance.ta the citizens, of Hie city. .II Ity of Cambridge Is asked to incur a bonded debt to the amount of a hulf-inlllinn dollars to procure an nilei|iiale supply or water for lire people. In the expenditure thereof, the Item for labor wilf be a considerable stun iif Hie whole.cost. It is etpiitnblo nnd .Inst from every point of view that the business men of the city should profit' ley tbe money thus distributed. The only way tlint, this on if be clone is through ivliat nitty come to ihe laboring mail ami goes 'from tliein into the stores of Hie pity. This then Is a belielll lo the lyorkinginen directly 11 ii.l Indirectly i...
DALY-REARDON VS. CON. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 2 April 1904
DALY-REARDON VS. CON. Ib-orge llowlntld Cox In b.ls ilefonse for lulling fnvori'il the giving nf the lilting contract tti the Boston.and Albany said; "I do not'-hesllate to say that I regret It was not awarded to them. Had It' been wo would today have hail the pork 'driveway complete to Brook 11 no streol ond In dally use by the public." Al Hie Citizens' Trade Meeting on the questlpti nf bridges, Mr. Edmund Iteardoii said: "Finally the railway, company agreed to replace its tracks upon the bridge (Brookllno streeti. but the railroad commissioners refused to allow a cross lug over the tracks of the Boston it Albany Itallroad at grade." At this some meeting, nt* tlie same suli.leet Mayor Duly-.snlii: "The grade crossing nl Cottage Form is to lie abolished whether it new bridge Is Unlit or not." We tin not believe ttint the pork ilrjiiirlnii.n'l colllil build o piililic reuld iie-i-oss the.lt, &amp; A,. It, It. trucks Willis mil i-eeeii lug,tho eolisolit of. the railroad cotiit...
RECIPROCITY. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 2 April 1904
RECIPROCITY. • Henry M. Whitney's speech nt the State House lust Thursday on reelprnelty was a strung presontatloii iif the reciprocity issue. The figures submitted clearly demonstrated the absolute necessity of closer trade relations with the iiominl &gt;f Canada. The people of Massachusetts and Sew Kuglaiid who have reuil the inters views In last Sunday's Herald with tlie senators und representatives' from this section must bo satisfied that If, our business Interests lire to got tile relief asked It must eoine through Democratic success next;'.. November, nnd If Hint puny will act with prudence from now oil an Increase in the tJeiUoei'ntlo luoniliersliip of the ilex t Congress Is assured. Tin- gains innde In liie Democratic vote In -Massachusetts under the.excellent leadership of Mr. (iaston in the last two enmpnlgns and ihe awakening .of tlie business men, of'the Stnto. to (bo situation,, indicates the eel-lain nsoeiidaucy of . Denmorntlc principles,, ir'nicn of Mr, Hust...