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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 9 April 1904
CHAS. E DAVIS, - - Optician EYES _ \_ NO FEE EXAMINED NECESSARY j&amp; DAVIS METHOD j&amp; NOW AT 367 Boylaton Street . Flight Elevator SODEIM STREET STABLES ULRIC OAGMN, - Manager. 12 Soden Street, Telephone 339.4 Cambridge. Formerly Jtartlett'a Stable. This Stable is now under New Management. New Hoa-.ea. Hack, and Carriages. Carriages furnished for Weddings, Funerals, and all classes of work, at amy hour of the day or night. The Working Mali finds the very Best at the lowest market prices. Here are our prices for the very best: PEA, $5.00 % _ I FURNACE, $6.50 STOVE, $7.00 VUdll EOQ, $7.00 For prompt delivery and fair treatment send your orders to the CONSUMERS CO-OPERATIVE COAL CO. The youngest Coal Company In the City. 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 of Ireland. Agricultural,Watertown,N.Y. Be...
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 16 April 1904
THE CAMBRIDGE SENTINEL VOL. I. No. 25. &lt;ALLIED PRINTING TRADE COUNCIL BOSTON, MASS.&gt; 81 CAMBRIDGE, MASS., APRIL 16, 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 Nov. 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 of William H. Shaunnessy, 278 Cambridge street, where the representative of this paper will receive it. SATURDAY, APRIL 16, 1904.
ONCE MORE THEY TRY To Pass a Water Loan But the Council Refuses Without an Agreement as to Cambridge Labor. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 16 April 1904
ONCE MORE THEY TRY To Pass a Water Loan But the Council Refuses Without an Agreement as to Cambridge Labor. At a very quiet session of the board the following orders were adopted: \u order for tlie additional appropriation of $6000 for the construction of a new engine-house in Ward 10. All order authorizing the superintendent of buildings to conlract for the engine bouse without advertising. \u order making the appropriation of 1500,000 for the construction ot a conduit from llobb's Brook reservoir, said sum to be provided for by the Cambridge water loan. \« order authorising a wnter loan of , $500,000 for three years at 4 per cent. An order for the appropriation of $300 for the transportation of Co. C. Nth regiment, to and from the snooting range. Attd order authorizing the construction of driveways on the petition of T. C. Coiner. 74 Orchard St.. W. H. Rlcker. -101 Broadway. An order apportioning the following sidewalk assessment: Dibble A. Bnlcom, $24.50: heirs of Dennis Clvnn. $...
COMMON COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 16 April 1904
COMMON COUNCIL. At 8.10 p. m. the common council came to order. President Steams In the chnlr. Messrs. Dlnan, McSorley. Nelllgan and O'N'eil were absent. An order came down from the bonrd or aldermen In reference to bids for the new engine house which Is to be built at the corner of Gardes and Sherman afreets. The lowest, hid. was made by Walsh Bros., and It. was then moved to take the matter from the table. Councilman Monk snld he hoped the malter would not, be taken from the table, as he thought there were at least .Vi builders who were desirous of making bids. Councilman Ollcs replied that he did not think it necessary to nsk for more bids, as Walsh Bros.' hid was $3(ino less than all others, nnd It would probably be lower thnn nny they could obtain. Councilman Caswell also said that he didn't think that they could procure a bid lower than that of Walsh Bros. He said that Walsh Bros, were. In the opinion of many, experienced men, in- ■ eluding the superintendent of buildings, the...
WHIST PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 16 April 1904
WHIST PARTY. The most successful whist party that lias ever been held by the Catholic i Union took place in Citizens' Trade flail Wednesday evening. Over 75 tables were used in playing whist. Among those present were: Mr. and Mrs. M. Flynn, Mr. and Mrs Thaddeus Flynn, Miss Flynn. Mr. and Mrs. John Deehiin, John J. Ahem. Jr.. Miss Ahem, Miss Margaret Crowley, Dr. Henry MolVake. Dr. M. Goldrlok, P. J. Madden, Daniel Madden, Miss Madden. Mr. and Mrs. John Dwyer. John Downey, Susan O'Nell. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nesdell, Mr. Keenan, Mr. ScOtt, Mr. and Mrs. RenJ. Knowles, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Mnllin. Mr. William Brown. Mr. Joseph O'Donnell. Mr. and Mrs. Carmichacl. Mr. J. Coveney. Miss Coveney, Austin Ford. The Misses Ford. James Doherty, Charles F. Manning. Miss Anna Carey. Francis It. Muliin. Miss Helen Cogan. Mr. and Mrs. John Crngnn. Jeremiah Moynnhan. Miss Moytiaban. Dr. Boyle. Mr. and Mrs. John Fitzgerald. Mr. and Mrs. John T,. Jenness. Miss Emily Bridge, Daniel McLean, Mr. and Mrs. Will...
THE ... QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 16 April 1904
THE ... QUESTION. About two hundred persons gathered nt Odd Fellows' Hall on Wednesday night al the testimonial under the auspices of Ihe Young Men's Forum, given to Rev. D, Deltoy Ferguson, rector of St. Phillip'* P. I*. church of Little flock, Arkansas. Dr. Ferguson discussed the conditions existing among the negro race In bis slate, lie saiil thnt 1 nsldered that the negro wns progressing there even more rapIdly than In fhe North. In his state his race now bad four colleges, three school*, hail eight lawyers, six doctor*, fWn~rtontlsts and a large number In different Hues of business enterprise*. The whites there did not believe In lynching* and there were no lynching* there except for fclnnotts assaults. There were two classes of negroes there as there were everywhere; the one shirtless and lazy ami Ihe other progressive ami ninbllions. Ilcv. J. Henry Dnclu'cy ami others also addressed tlie meeting.
SUCCESSFUL LADIES' NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 16 April 1904
SUCCESSFUL LADIES' NIGHT. One of the most successful, as well as enjoyable ladles' nights ever given by Division 49, A. O. H., was held In Rhodes' hall. Malta temple, on Tuesday evening last. The entertainment was in charge of Ihe following committee: Bernnrd F. Doris, chairman: John j. Barry, secretary; Maj. John w. Knox. Thomas Mulvhlll. and Mlchael J. O'Connor. After a very pleasing program was happily carrled out, dancing wns enjoyed until 2 o'clock. Caarmichnel's orchestra furnished the music.
THE "SENTINEL'S" GOSSIP On Current Events and Happenings. A Few Things Observed by Him as He Patrols His Post. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 16 April 1904
THE "SENTINEL'S" GOSSIP On Current Events and Happenings. A Few Things Observed by Him as He Patrols His Post. How noticeable has been the setting bnck of Counellmnn Elmore during the whole of the present year from his sell' appointed position of Non-partisan leader of the common council which he enjoyed last year. One very seldom now hears the councilman from Ward 8 say.anything at tlie weekly meetings or the council. Is it thai his very laid breaks in relation to the street department last year have recoiled upon him ami deposed hlni from the former exalted position or is it that be has just naturally been shoved aside ami he has not bud the stamina to hold on in tlie strenuous life which is Incumbent nt a member or tlie city government) Councilman Walcotl has seemingly jumped Into the vacant position and although not a pleasing speaker. as be has a very slow and deliberate delivery which is somewhat tiring lo his auditors, still he seems to take the time lo forlir.v himself with ...
DON'T CO TO NEW YORK Save Your Money, Time, Strength and Patience. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 16 April 1904
DON'T CO TO NEW YORK Save Your Money, Time, Strength and Patience. You Can Buy Stunning Gcwns Vttt Now John H. Corcoran Has All the Latest Creations. Thai John 11. Corcoran is a progressive man. the men of this city have long known, but the women never had so roll a realization of it as they had last Saturday when they saw in his window, suits, coats, waists and other feminine outer wearing apparel which would do credlt..to the very swellest inilor In New York or Paris. When Inquiries were made inside Ihe store in regard to this new venture It was learned that all alterations of both suits and coats would tie absolutely free of charge. This of course means a great deal :o the economyloving women for the cost of alterations often mounts up to live dollars. The suits and gowns and waists and coat* are certainly stunning, they have all those deft little lines which count In the fashionable look of Woman'! clothes. Miss Simmons Is In charge of the department ami it is due to her taste t...
AUBURN B. B. CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 16 April 1904
AUBURN B. B. CLUB The Auburn Base Ball Club hnve reorganized for (he coming season. The management hope to have on of the rastesl teams In the Slate, They have secured Ihe lease or the Held at the corner of F.rle and Ui'ookllnc streets, and Ihe grounds are already In good shape. They have secured the services or three or* (he best pitchers around Boston, and will open Ihe season April 10 on the home grounds with the strong Mlllmont A. 0. 'cam "f Boxlwrv, and a good game Is expected. The game will be called at 3.1.1 sharp
RAPID TRANSIT Between Cambridge and Boston [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 16 April 1904
RAPID TRANSIT Between Cambridge and Boston Is Discussed by Citizens on Thursday Even-'"g-L A Subway is Favored wit as Little Elevated Approach as Possible. «J There was a very good attendance of citizens In the mayor's office on Thursdny evening to discuss the matter of rapid transit for Cambridge, and the matter was thoroughly discussed in all Its various branches and rainitications. Among those present were: exMayor Hall, 1). McCarthy, 1,. \V. Hastings, City Solicitor I'eavey. \V. F. Brooks, C. 11. Thurston, Representative James F. Aylward. ex-Represen-tative .1. J. Meyers, Samuel Usher, E. U. H/al \ .lames A. Wood. City Engineer Pijrce. 11. (1. Houghton. Wm. F. Kelley, E. P. I.eavitt, Dr. Wm. Coggswell, E. it. Chaniplln. Edward M. Parker. Charles 11. .Morse, it. 11. Dana, William A. Iluiiuewell. .1. F. Donovan, Herman Bird. ex-Councilman Ithodes, Councilman Stevens. Archibald Howe, Dr. Marcey, I'rofeesor Hart. W. E. Doyle, John T. Hurley. ex-Mayor Sortwell, Stillman Kelly, Alderm...
CONTEST FRIENDLY [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 16 April 1904
CONTEST FRIENDLY The contest which the Democrats of Cambridge have been so interested in for the past few weeks has come to an end. It was a peculiar contest In many ways. Men who had been fighting side by'side for the last three years were arrayed against each other with an Intensity which would lead a casual observer to believe that their whole political fortunes were at stake. In a few instances this was comparatively true, but as a rule it had little significance. In a few wards the contest resolved Uselt' into a struggle for local leadership, and under 6iuh circumstances it became a very important campaign for the opposing leaders. This was particularly true of Wards 3 and S. In Ward 3 Councilman Downey and his colleagues had arrayed against them almost all the local leaders from Aldermnn Harrington down. It was therefore a personal victory for Mr. Downey to win the delegates which he and ex-Councilman Quinn headed. in Ward S Messrs. Breunan and Stolba were pitted against Messr...
THE WATER QUESTION [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 16 April 1904
THE WATER QUESTION The question which confronts the city government in relation t ) the proposed water loan Is a most serious one. Is not fhe water hoard Batting tha ihe city spend a vast sum. which will. In a few short years, be Just so much money thrown away? It. is a self evident fact that within 15. or. Nt the most. 20 years, the water shed from which Cambridge at present gets the water supply will. of necessity, through the Increase of population, be In ..such a condition that we cannot receive either sufficient or pure water, •It has been conceded by every authority which has looked Into ihe matter that Cambridge will eventually hnve to go Into the MetropolHa i water system, and Is It not better that we dp fro now before we spend this money to attempt to patch up what we will have to abandon In a short lime? The wat"r board now ■modestly asks for oily hnlf*ii million dollars to commenci' this work, but It will tell yon Mi.it they ,'o not know what It will cjst before the work ...
NEUTRALITY [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 16 April 1904
NEUTRALITY The position taken by ex-Mayor .McNamee nnd the Democratic city committee In the recent contest for delegates to the State and- Congressional convention has caused considerable comment both in and out or Cambridge. There are some who contend that neutrality is an indication of weakness. There is much truth lv this contention under ordinary circumstances. The man who is always neutral usually lacks force and consequently has little influence. But discretion is always the better pa?t of valor and when circumstances demand it there is no greater element of strength than strict neutrality. • So far-reaching Is this doctrine that In civilized warfare it Is looked upon as one of the most essential qualities of domestic felicity. Take, for instance, the present war between Russia and Japan. The tlrst thing both countries did on the outbreak of hostilities was to ascertain the position of the other great tiowers regarding the controversy. Some declared for and some against either...
WHAT'S IN IT? [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 16 April 1904
WHAT'S IN IT? The Cambridge Central I.alsir tnlon has passed a vote as'ing the water board to employ Cambridge labor on the new work. The Democrats in the common council are demanding thnt assurance also, and have refused to make the appropriation until they get it. The board persist* in refusing to give, hence the delay. The Non-parti sail members are claiming thai the action of the Democrats is keeping the laborers out of work. The working men know that their only chance of getting work is to have It done as the Democrat*'demand and will not be deceived into believing differently. The padrone system Is best fostered, of course, by the Non-partisan plan. It is a system that is odious to American workingmen and has always lieen opposed by Democrats. The plan advocated hy Ihe Demo crats is the best, because in the end It is the cheapest, as the result is sure to be better, while that to which the Noli partisans are committed has always been expensive and prolific of graft and scandal...
GETTING TOGETHER. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 16 April 1904
GETTING TOGETHER. The so-called "American Democrats" were noticeably in evidence at the caucuses last. Tuesday, and we are pleased thnt they were In accord once more with the party leaders In the city. It Is very evident that it Is the objection of this wing of the party to partisanship in city affairs that Is separating them from the rank and tile of their party. They believe in Non-partisan-ship and gave their support to that party last fall because they thought It was sincere. They now recognize that Non-partisanship under whatever nant" it appears is. and can be nothing else, hut partisanship. Their disappointment at the result I* keen and some of them are not slow in telling It. There will be fewer of them hereafter found working with that party. Party government will come In Cambridge, and the sooner the "American Democrats" line up with their own party and lend their Influence, which has never been spurned when they were reasonable, to bringing out the best that Is In It, the...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 16 April 1904
The aiitl-worklnßtnen section of the common council are ureutly concerned about a water famine and contend that the Metropolitan system will only dive assistance for .10 days. If that Is the case we wonder why the water hoard do not clean the present pine ss recommended by It* paid expert, Mr. Coffin, who assures them that It will deliver wuter enough till 1011. If the water board us- to get the appropriation at once the woi they have In contemplation won' ' ot give relief for at least a year, »' ■ t 3d days Is the limit of time oh the Metropolitan system i . depended upon the famine Is on us anyway. Ci inth' in Walcotts remark at Tne \«. I gilt's meeting that Councilman Dowuo thought more of the vote of the people than he did of the children's lives in his district, reveals the mental gauge of which he is possessed. We suppose Mr. Walcott has a numerous progeny. After the fight was fought and lost (,'reenville S. MacFarland comes out Into the open and begins to claim everything. Ma...
DEMOCRATIC CAUCUSES Olney, 20; Hearst, 13. The Detailed Vote In the Various Wards. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 16 April 1904
DEMOCRATIC CAUCUSES Olney, 20; Hearst, 13. The Detailed Vote In the Various Wards. Olney carries the city, Such Is the result of the Democratic caucuses held on last Tuesday evening. Nearly 2000 votes, or about one-third of the Democratic vote of the city, was cast. In Wards 1, ;i, 5, (I, S and 11 there was much excitement. In Wards 0 the vote was bo close that a split delegation was elected to both conventions. » In Wards S and II the large number of "American Democrats" who voted was very noticeable. As a result of the caucuses the Olney faction claims all the unpledged delegations, amounting to 2(1, and Hears* gets 18 pledged. Messrs. O'Brien and Facey have 20 votes from this city as a starter in the congressional convention. The following is the vote in detail: For delegates to State convention. Ward I—Daniel J. Dinan. 100; Henry F. Lehan. IIS; Charles .1. McElroy. '.Ill: Joseph F. Boyle. SO; Alexander .1. Sullivan, sri; Joseph A. Sullivan. 78. ■ Congressional convention—Daniel ...