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MAYOR AFRAID TO ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 2 April 1904
MAYOR AFRAID TO ACT. . Those, who have iluuight. that Mayor I&gt;aly was it .fearless executive and had •he ■••enrage pf bis convictions-'' will now-change •heir opinion*).' WIV never lii'bi sueli nil, opinion'of. the mail because, ivo know liini lienor than tlc-us-nlids who voted for him. The story is. ciifrentanil It has all tlie/'.'iniiurks nf Hie.' truth -Hint a certain .-ililoriiinn ealloil upon I lie mayor in Hie Interest of n i-orain liriliu-l', tlesirtius tti' being prollloted tee Hie' ilcloolive force.. Tini lyor pnslllvely relnsecl io' granl tlie, rocpn'-st of this nliloriuau. W.e iiavo it,::i"i-i! from reliable-aulliority thai 111" 'itayf-r has expressed himself very forcibly about the olinTnetcr of ..tills, of--1,,-lnl seeking promotliiii, saving lie was lucky enough'.lo stii; lie a■ uieuibi-r" ,',f -tin- force. The slr.-iuge pnr't of the uliolc tiffitlr is thai Hie plan, so imtit. In Ihe nplnioiinf flu- mnyor. is now lining dnty in tlie position refused blin lii...
TEMPLE HALL PARTY 25 YEARS AGO. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 2 April 1904
TEMPLE HALL PARTY 25 YEARS AGO. "In'the'.fall rrf.ifCi'a number nf eirculorn wore, sent-over tip* elly Inviting various .citizens to meet In Temple Hall j on a'certain evening nnd take measures to put in nomination MnilVdates for city, offices Who shouliffnvcir a w|se eennomy In 'expenditure nnd honesty in the administration of public affairs. ~-..., The term 'Temple 1-lnll' has. come to answer to the entire movcuient agalnsl dishonesty nnd extravagance In miiiilcl .pill mailers, begun several years In-fore' Mr. Montague iyos o candidate for Ihe office of mayor, as - associated In Hie public mind with a reduction &lt;&gt;r expenses, a c-easlng to create iiciv debts nilci ii .purification of the (ii'partincni.s, 'Temple (tall, has won a deserved sue cess."- lEdilnrial, Chronicle. March 22. i.H7!),. .':.-.-. We hud no piii'ly lines ibeii, Ii wns the some Nun-piirllsnn rule of government now so familiar to Ciimlel'lelwe. Tlie conditions of the llepurlleonls liiusl lime ...
EFFICIENCY 25 YEARS AGO. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 2 April 1904
EFFICIENCY 25 YEARS AGO. "It makes a great difference in the Cambridge tire department whether a man who wishes to got drunk is a friend of the. chief's or not., If he isn't, a glass of beer when off duty Is a mortal offence. If he is. he may sit under a gong so drunk that he can't hear it sound an alarm, and let hi 3 place be tilled by a volunteer and come out. all right. Such a thing as this has occurred recently."-! Editorial Chronicle, March 20, 1879.] This whs tin- discrimination by n .Non-piil'tlsnii official 23 years ago. This was the cureless dOn't-glve-n-rnp way.ill which tho city's business was administered -when .NiMi-partlsnuship liold Hill sway. This is the comment for 1 from the Chronicle In .the 'account, .of the events, of this week lust ii yours -ago. Wo have improved a little- since that time, because Mayor lialy recently lined a fireman for being drunk. We hope that soon such nn offence wliicli nieiins so much for the life nnd property of another, will be cleeint'...
"HORSE-JOBBERY 25 YEARS AGO. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 2 April 1904
"HORSE-JOBBERY 25 YEARS AGO. "The attempt of Alderman Martin 1.. Smith and his friend to get $ir,nn added to his appropriation Without consulting tlie committee on lire department, seems to a certain cotincllmaif to-look 'like another piece of horse-jobbery.' Well, It does look bad. that Is a. fact,"- -| Editorial Chronicle, Marrh 2f&gt;. IS7O. This week 25 years agal Today that language would-nienn. gi-llHf, Tin- amouni is ton - small to li-rm boodle, lint there was il project which recently interested the city council- wliicii' had all the onr.-niark'S nf a steal. \Ve refer tn tlie sii-cnlled Coi.illilge ileal. There Is one which is now before n dopiirliiient of the. elly flint will well bi-iir walcbiug.
THE WATER BOARD BLUNDER. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 2 April 1904
THE WATER BOARD BLUNDER. Kill- .limited-space 'linos mil allow us lo go. litfi'v tin' 'details',to expose the nek of business ability which has so viften ednifuotcrizcil Hie irn-nsip-lioiis of Ibis so-called business boaril. lint. lisp istakos. are known to these who hnve-iii-oii and iifit inloresteil. lv 1 ho tihn.nees of tbe elly. The' W.-i lor Hon rd bus spoilt.over-*(;2llp,0(i&lt;) on Hie Hi'iiibs brook btisln- tv .-ieeouiplisli what? The enu.yi'.ving nf Hie ivalors nf IJnhbSs liinok lo the Spiny Brook reservoir. We will iti'it arglio Ibat s.iiiie of (he. water orlL'iunliy sloretl. in 1 li,• basins ..-it tip-libs'. Brook bus iml fiimul Its wny into Fresh I'ollil. lull we believe tll'll.t If Hie amoiiiit was exactly-known the small boss c el'.t ho tpiu til Hy "would starHe iiur citizens, i.ver sl'Jn'-.i.iiiKi has 111-ell expended In add t.t tile volume of water Honing to ivaste at st'iiiy itrouk. Wo are nol -. receiving Into Fresh I'oiitl tin' volume Of water ivarI'imfed ...
THE STONY BROOK PIPE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 2 April 1904
THE STONY BROOK PIPE. . There is m.i ihinl'tl lull thai ci II Hie ev-mei'itlii-rs of Ih waier liirfrd ivho in to on Hie boanl vvlion this pipe was ■Hid will admit .Hull Hie,' m. ■'". s-.-ri-"iis inisia.cs. First in i 'l.'.iimg n .I'i-iii li i.'pe the enllre HI •:■■&lt;• e fruui Mpiiy .I'li-'iok to Fresh l-ond Insiead of 0 dn-i'ieb pipe' si i-eii-olgbibs of i Hie ilisini'i-o. Next. 11l not avoiding the siiinuill ni Holworlhy slreet which Hiii« '■■• --ens life woiklpg beiitl of 1 II"--p'if,l! ii-olliCflo 31 ol' 113 foot. NeXI iii inylna ii pari wti'y ilimugh a |»hg, | li.. city bus lieen lucky In nol Inlying lllltl tnorc irollble Willi tills pipe. Juhll 1.. Ilii.nrlngtnii, Hie most capable siip- t'liiiteiitleut the department ever hud I redkioil trouble from this pipe in his annual report in lv.if.
PULLEN ON LOITERING. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 2 April 1904
PULLEN ON LOITERING. We llllve I'eail Where Chief I'lllll'tl held a ennforoiico with Judge Aluiy on Hie subject iif loitering. Wo doubt if there is v uieinlit-r of tbe police force -.mire i|ualliloi| p. .It-lip.- und appreciate loitering than the present chief. When bo was v paid nffii-'lnl of the city under the title of Sergeant Pullen be ,-'pt refill tot]' tlie comfort nnd pleasure aiTtiriled by loitering mid a general (ieg!l-ct nf duty; iif course his offense wns even more grievous Hum sonic loiterers. Ho wins paid to do work.iiml not lollor, while, these pi-esent offender... will, if be thoroughly carries out tip proposed plan, not only bo paid for leHiring but will InrTTiinpellctl to pay for this privilege. We agree-' with tlie eh if In this thiit'sonio of the InHerers u-liieii ilil'esi bur t-ity slioiild be. driven off our public niiirniighfur.es. There are le|terors and loiterers. Tin- hardi inking man who, nfter supper, meets iHit- ni' more of bis neighbors anil 101--ters tv...
WHO'D SAY THIS TODAY? [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 2 April 1904
WHO'D SAY THIS TODAY? T!„. preseui discussion In regard to the request' of the water board, for &gt;■:„„,«-,,..,-alls ~f,-ihcldetii which-we will quote In show nur citizens the progress we'have piade Since that date, ■■('oihparisoti Is the best niet.hol of proving our advancement., lad us compare. "1./ i joint, coiivoiifion tile'other even-; trig at City Hall the city council .Mi.- a ''hearing on 111" petition iif the American Uubber Coiupany hud oilier Ittrge cnnsiiinct's nf water in this ,|ty.| who had; petitioned for a re'dlii-liuii (if-j ■ if nieti-r fates for wa'tof. Mr. I.eanier (ireeiy was ihe lirsi gentleman tn ad t-ress'the bnn'ril. He,said company were re ' bllild lll'ir works elsewhere hecalise- of 'he h eh price of waier in Ciimbl*|dge,.| In -tills i-oiinee.llou be spike of a litem ber &gt;f the I'.nmhrldge Water Boird who • : had 'stilled that'he itiie tiremhori lid no: believe thai mnntila -loiies were of any advantage m'tho ity. ih ilu-i briilght lii" ...
TWO DIFFERENT REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 2 April 1904
TWO DIFFERENT REPORTS. The present dii-cu&amp;slori as to a uew pipe li.ue is bringing about many jn- | cpiiri-rs abput the length nf the present 1 [-apply pipe from Stony Brook to I-'i'esh l'ond. The report of Ihe water board in the document for I'.hhi. page 212. reads: . . t ■-.'..' •'As is probably well known, all the water supplied to Hie city from llobbs .Brook reservoir dowel down in an.open channel into stony brook, and then. . the two brinks united HoW into Stony Brook reservoir, aud from then a- tie water is coiiiiucted through an Iron pipe 3U.734 feet long, into fresh pond, whence it is pumped info l'aysop I'iirTi reservoir, and there distributed into the servtco pipes. This, pipe line was llrst put In use .Nov. 7. INS 7. Its diameter is U(l inches fur iIS2(I feet of Its length and for the. remainder :lb in -lies."." signed, 1 . Wm. H. Hurant. ■ (leo. 11. ll'nward. Stilltnap-F. Keflf-y, vYePlligtou Fillmore. Hdinund if. Stevens. ' Ara they correct about the day the...
POLICE RECORDS LOST. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 2 April 1904
POLICE RECORDS LOST. The;question now,'being asked is ] ' who will he ihe favored inn s io receive! the police prmuniions'.' We suppose I ..iher,- is ii.i on.- iii ihe flu- less able it ; uimviei' ihi- 'iiestion than are we Tie i reason is plain. We are ntit siiltit'icltl ; ly close Hi Ihe rwrthlo of Ihe political j wofk accomplished ity certain men in ! Hi", last -anipaicn. We know Hun \|r. | Iriiri'cy, of the ile'letive force, received \ bis promotion, us told in bis frleiuls, Itei-allse til". Ills pel's.illlll wnl'k fol' lip' , uilininisir.'iiiiiii. We would like in gt&gt;( 'but one gin lice nl Hie book'oohlnlllltlg Hie percentages for political ollieiency. ';:p.lndited I'l'iuu Hie siunilunl of N'"iiI'uriis.iusb'ip, nnd Ihol! ivp.'couhi 101 l ; into WllilSe hip the coveled plums will ffl'H. There should I n.uher slam tlartl .'for-Ihos,. 11 b.isi. i-i-i iias "City l.t-ipre litißly." The only. 'i-onVlsii-lil standard should be. faittifuliiess lo d'ul.i. The easier, way. ni ...
THE WATER BOARD DECEPTION. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 2 April 1904
THE WATER BOARD DECEPTION. flu- serious t-oiiililion of -our water ' supply is due solely either' lo the j btilird's lack -if knowledge .nf tlie trWS,! |'-"iiiliiieeiis or ihdlh.oru.U- deception, lii j 1'.i02 Mayor'McN.-in ,-on various oc.oasloiis oxprossed bis opinion that Ihei-e was soiuelliiii-.'. wrung .with the Spliiy Itrouk,pipe., 'lending from thnt luisln in' Fresh I'oiul. To iill nppearuuees Hie water' hoard look this us li relleclloii upon their ability tn.pro- | peh'l.i estimate till- enpaeily iif Mils ■ pipe aiid tbey eiule.-iyoretl to show the public that the i.nayo'r did not ktinw.--ii.haf In- nils talking about; 'nnd in n, It.eiif. lilL'li-hanili.'il lihiff Inscljii-d these. words hi, their report dated floe. 13, 10Q2; ■ "The. supply pipe, from Siony brook to Fresh pond, has been delivering water to the pond at Its Utmost capacity during Ihe.whole year, and yet it is )ni- ■ I possible to keep the pond fllli'" -it Hull time tills placed Hie mayor | in.-i- weal;, positio...
ANOTHER BLODGETT BLUNDER. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 2 April 1904
ANOTHER BLODGETT BLUNDER. We believe that the charges made against Mr. Cox by Alderman Harrington has done niore or less Injury to Mr.' Cox and his champion defender, Alderman Blodgett. Mr. Cox has not helped himself either by the course he has pursued nor by the uudefeuslve defense he mnde in his own behalf. -Mr. Blodgett has suffered much In the course he has pursued. His desire not to have the continuation of Mr. Cox laid over for one week; his aggressive opposition to having a committee of Investigation, appointed; his- not resigning from that committee, although he had evidently prejudged tin- case, and the false statements made in his arguments for the defense of his past political secretary, Mr.'.Cox. have, caused his stock to meet with a heavy fall in the .estimation of men who have closely followed litis entire affair. We present some evidence to show that .Mr. Blodgett has Hot told the. truth and consequently has deceived the public. He was so anxious to excuse Mr. Cox for...
FOR THE BUILDING FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 2 April 1904
FOR THE BUILDING FUND. The Father Mat how Tm.-il Ah-ii iictie 5,„;,-|v ot Kast Cambridge are determined In Inilhl [Heir- new hall. The t'littliusiasm nf the spiritual illrculor. Ilt&gt;v. I'iiirlek..l.- luircun. Is spread-' nn-- iotlieiiieinbers. aiul If this hee-onios ciuitagioiis there rail lie no such word as fall-ire \ whist party on.l ilancc nii.le" the auspices of the Soiai Four, a. 'pini'teHc of its menihcrs. will be gtVf-h In txiiluhts of Honor Hall ,m I'rl da}' evening. Aprils. This sfloloty in • oii.tittictitni witti the Ladles'. Toin'porahce stvle-ty win bold a grand Mny party In Institute.hall nil Friday ovenim.-. May -27. Coircllfs on licstra will furnish music for. the .evasion. Tho card i.oiinianieiii between tin- s. J. I;. |„ the l.usellos ami lln- Temperance 1n,,--cicHos stands a! prosenl with th,. fcvlhiiviiux s-.m-e: father Matliuvs" 2", V, points. Hie I.asolles. 2n21. ami the Institute Willi 11120.
THE CASEY TESTIMONIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 2 April 1904
THE CASEY TESTIMONIAL. citizens generally ore Invited to,par.-' Melpnle In Ihe testlmntilni In be tend '•■ ercd Chief Cuscy of the lire detnu-.l iiioiil. who villi complete lltiy years of' efficient and faithful, service' tin April 111, r.&gt;m; twenty-five years nf wlitfli ho hfls 'it-oil .chief. .-, lii'e size o|l portrait "I' Hi' Chief is now In.process nf . viiIb linn and will be tendered to Hi" ciiy In duo lime. Subscriptions :.t the le«;i--monl'il and the, pinnting, ivll'mut fe gnrd in amount, shtiuhl he,seninn or iiefore April inih. m (JeitrgO Close, ireasurer. 21", BrnadiVay. ..who 'wl.ll Oft. . knowh'elg ■ reectpi of some. ■I A MI'S M. W. Hi ..i.. Cnali'lmlii. ''ii ;. * ■"**■*- --~_~ wit.t.i \irr HAvninrr, \l\ d-N F. SiMITW 1:1.1.. cfoiici-: ci.nsi:. *\ tiiiapci' C"iniu'lt.''e'. '"
LOCAL BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 2 April 1904
LOCAL BREVITIES. Mir. and .Mrs. Thomas J. Kdwards of Tremont street are "receiving the congratulations of their friends. It Is a boy. The "annual meeting of the Cambridge board of lire underwriters will be held at the Ulverbauk court. April 14. at 1 o'clock p. m. The buslhcss meeting will be followed at 1 :.V&gt; p. m., by a dinner, and it Is expected that Mayor Italy, chief Engineer Casey, and several members of the city council will, be present, ;.(.'. I&gt;. Palmer, president of the New England Insurance exchange, and .Mr. George Kelley, chair-, man of the Cambridge committee, have also been Invited; nnd are expected to be present. The subject for general discussion is "The General Conditions of Fife Frotectlon in Cambridge."* By vote of the lioard. each member can Invite one or more of his customers as guests, by paying the cost of dinner for the same, which will be 51.23, and It is hoped that t very member of the board will bo present with at least'one guest, -A...
Y. M. C. A. NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 2 April 1904
Y. M. C. A. NOTES. ■ (in Tlinrsiliiyi April 7th.' there will lie ii uymiiiisti'' carnival. The -Imys. liniKT. I.iirt'iinr Stt'.-irns, art&gt;; doing i-x--•c-elloiit ft-orll in fiintitt'iliiii wl:li the .lli|iliiii-si&gt; laiite-ni drill; whli-h will lie iiii.liite'iwtliiK inimlier on the priini'iitii. Thr-.pyriihilil teanis are woHtihß fait ii I'lilly. - The pyramid*, whit-h nre to. hihiillt on tile horse, parnllels. and't'r.nii the 'floor, are novel 'and dllll'iilt. -The fellows mi the iiymiinstli' leiini tire ui-t--•tliiK their work on the, apparatus'in food- -shape, ,-anil will furnish sofiin agreeable siiprises .111 "tricks," This exhibition Is ln-iiig given for the liene111 of the association, nn'el It is Intoiidetl thnt eVery fellow, whoso desires. shall' he allowt'd to -take soiiie pii.N. ihe llarrrioillea eluli has lieen tirgfln. ized. and they wljl furnish some of Ihe music In tin- carnival' At Iht'-eltwi' of the Slate meeting on Tlitirsilhy night last. Mr, ...
COUNCIL NO. 45. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 2 April 1904
COUNCIL NO. 45. (in Thnrsilny evei'ilno. next. 11l mill I-'i-lliiws' Unit. N'urtli Ciinilirieiije. will lie given n uriintl miii-i r&gt;-l iierfnnn(iii &lt;• tiniie'i- i!ic ii unplces nl' thi- alinvi'•immed oritanlxatlon, i'nr several weeks ii i-litirii.-i nl' lifty (iilci'M lins. lii'i-ii re-rit-nisliiK, mul everytlilim lilils.fnll- for nn enlnytilili' t'Vt'iiiiiH I'nr finite who a! lentl. Th.' ends will lit- ttilie'ti care ni' liy Hie fnllowlttK we'll Uiiiiwn _fiitimakers.: Mi-sis. Ilniinniil. I'ratt. Mi! ton. Ctislinian. M.-ilnney anil' Wiilsh. The interloiiilnr will lie Mr. ('lenience ■Wheeler.' Tlie In niilil'nl siinvenlr lirei ftrani wliicli is in lie aivi-ti in each licit cc, linliler im tile &lt;&gt;V&lt;-11 IllU 1)1' Die l&gt;cr-forniniii-e, lias lieen al'i'iini!i''l liy Mr. Charles |i. .Mlllnn: 'In I'liiirlen .1. ('nil nnr is fine ni small uiniiiint nf iTeillt fur his imtirJllK Mai I" make this tine nf the. lii-s't shnws nvi-...
CONCERT AND DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 2 April 1904
CONCERT AND DANCE. North .ciuiilirtilm- i-injin-ll \»y SEmi, Knlitlits •nt I'lilnniliiis. has nnnnii,-. I im ,'lal'ieii'ali' liniKiiini I'm' lis si'Vpiitli antl'ial I'tiii'-i'rl anil. iliiin'i- in, lie in-lil In iiilil l-'i'llttivs' hall. Niirlli I'tiinliililß''. nn \|eriilcl:iy I'Vi'lilliK lii&gt;\l. 'I'lils . ciiineil lias liaelmany su-ii'ssfiiriiiTaiiv In life |ilisl 1111)1 ihi' e-lllllillK lltil&gt; |l!'illll|st'S, In tit- mi ,-M e-pl 1-tri Till' iltilllllltll'l' nl' arranui'iii-'iils lias iirnpiyt-otl, a il|ii&gt; iii-tni-rl whli* will.last fnini i tn (1:110 ii'rliif.li. 'I'll'- I'i'st nl' taloiil has liffir eilitiiiiifii. itni&gt;&gt;nu whiini nri' \llss May ■V, liiiinivnn. riintralM: lliiln;rl T Siiillh. liiinmrisl:. Mrs. Anna i'lirni'.v I.PWI-1, Wijil-Jlli ■: \l. lv I'ai'kitrtl., Il.nllsl; Itari .1. I inn null, ivnilrr. anil \V. I. I. Ile'iily. ti'imi Till- 'iini-r-rt will i-imi- . Intlo wtilt .-( tinii'ily she-tell i-ntttlpii "A lln.n...