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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 23 April 1904
BlBMB«BSBIBMSMB«SSBBSMaBB«SBSB«BBBBimBMi Pettigrew, Bright &amp; Co. MEMBERS BOSTON STOCK EXCHANGE. BANKERS AND BROKERS Exchange Building. Boston. JOHX rKTTHIBKW. ELMER H. BRIORT JAMES T. BAXREIT, General Contractor. 619 CAMBRIDCE STREET. Estimates Furnished for Every Kind of Work. Telephone Connection. JAMES J. SHEA JOHN T. SHEA SHEA BROS. Undertakers and Embalmers Wararoomi, 9 PEARL STREET Office, 4in Cambridge- Street. f JAMES J. SHEA, 75 Fifth Street. Residences .. . \j O HN T. SHEA, 91 Otis Street. , Telephone No. 835-4. Why Go to Boston to Buy a Piano? When I can save you from 10 to 25 per cent on any puno, 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, 830 Mass. Aye. Democrats g Republicans—No Partiality Our Usual LOW PRICES To All. WM. H. WOOD &amp; CO., Lumber Me...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 23 April 1904
CMS. E. DAVIS, - - Optician EXAMINED NECESSARY j&amp; DAVIS METHOD &amp; I NOW AT 367 Boylflton Street 1 Flight Elevator PRICES REDUCED Order Your Coal Now ~ Pea 55.00 Furnace .... 6.25 Egg . a . . . . 6.50 Move and Nut 6.7 5 Franklin .... 8.00 Prompt delivery, and fair treatment by competent and reliable help. Consumers Co-Operative Coal Co. THE YOUNQEST COAL CO. IN CAMBRIDGE ._. ~ k,, Office: 71 MAIK STREET, I'hone 101 Cambridge s Doors From West Boston Transfer Slat Inn. SODEN STREET STABLES ULRIC OAONN, ■ Manager. 12 Soden Street, Telephone 339-4 Cambridge. Formerly Hartlett's Stable. This Sl.hl. is now undar N.w Mana a amant. Now HorBM, Hack. and Carriaf.a. Carriages furnished for Weddings, Funerals, and all classes of work, at amy hour of the day or night. Cunningham Bros. REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE Agents for the following Companies: Cambridge Mutual Fire Ins. Co. I National of Ireland. Agricultural,Watertown,N.Y. Berkshire Mutual of Pittsfield,. Fire Associati...
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 30 April 1904
THE CAMBRIDGE SENTINEL VOL. I. No. 27. &lt;ALLIED PRINTING TRADE COUNCIL BOSTON, MASS.&gt; 81 CAMBRIDGE, MASS., APRIL 30, 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 30, 1904.
BOARD OF ALDERMEN. Ex-City Engineer Hastings Re-appointed to His Old Position by the Mayor. City Electrician O'Hearn Re-nominated. Other Business. COMMON COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 30 April 1904
BOARD OF ALDERMEN. Ex-City Engineer Hastings Re-appointed to His Old Position by the Mayor. City Electrician O'Hearn Re-nominated. Other Business. COMMON COUNCIL. There was a very goodly attendance of Interested spectators at the meeting of the board of aldermen on Tuesday evening, as the expected appointments of the mayor called out the curious. All the members were present except Alderman Allen. For the Information of the board, the mayor sent in a communication, stating that he had ordered the following promotions and changes In the police force, to take effect May 1, under the order recently passed by the board. A full report of this is In another column. The mayor sent in the following appointments: Lewis M. Hastings, to be city engineer, for one year, from May 1. Timothy C. O'Hearn, to be superintendent of lamps, for one year, from May 1. ' George M. Clukas, to be superintendent of lamps, for one yenr, from May 1. Frank A. Allen and Thomas F. lioyle. to be sinking fund commiss...
THE "SENTINEL'S" GOSSIP On Current Events and Happenings. A Few Things Observed by Him as He Patrols His Post. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 30 April 1904
THE "SENTINEL'S" GOSSIP On Current Events and Happenings. A Few Things Observed by Him as He Patrols His Post. If nt any time, there Is need of a man lo preside at any. meeting, political or otherwise, to carry out orders to the letter, I will recommend for the position Dennis li. Sullivan of Wolium, for no matter whnt happens he will never lose his head and he will carry out the program assigned to him in a will leave nothing to be desired. At the Eighth District Democratic convention held in Union hall, Somerville. on Tuesday evening last Mr. Sullivan was assigned the task of pushing the Hearst end through If possible, nnd without the quiver of an eyelash he stood manfully to his guns, and no matter whether the whole convention was clamoring for recognition, or there were only two or three trying to get his attention, he recognized whom ho pleased and parliamentary rules could be dashed as far as he was concerned. He was open in stilting that he was n Hearst man and he was going t...
TO FORM NEW UNION. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 30 April 1904
TO FORM NEW UNION. Despite the Inclemency nt the weather there wns a very good attendance of the meat cutters of the city nt ('. 1.. t". hall on Wednesday evening, which was called to form a local meat cullers' union, affiliated with Ihe Am erlcan Federation nf Labor. Councilman Henry Joel, president of nnd rep resenting the' Central Tjftbor I'nlon. called the mooting to order. New F.nglaad District Organizer John H. Shea of Springfield addressed the meeting and told of Its objects and spoke of the need of tho meat cutlers being organized. He was listened to very attentively by nil present. When he had finished, Mr. Joel snld he was present to lend nil assistance possible and called for action to be taken, A count of those present dlsclivscd the tact thnt every one wns nfllllnted with some union or other, either In the packing houses or grocery clerks' unions. A committee of three- wns appointed to tnlk Ihe mnlter up with the nient cutters and have those who were In the moat cutting...
ALDERMAN COVENEY And Water Chairman Durant Have a Few Very Warm Words and the Alderman Wants the Mayor to Abolish the Water Board. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 30 April 1904
ALDERMAN COVENEY And Water Chairman Durant Have a Few Very Warm Words and the Alderman Wants the Mayor to Abolish the Water Board. There was certainly excitement In city hall on Tuesday evening last, and as usual. Alderman Coveney was In the thick of It. It all occurred over the alderman taking upon himself the Idea that he u*as tne whole thing nnd nig temper', as usual, led him to strenuoslty. Before the meeting he had informed Councilnien Downey and Joel thnt the water hoard had agreed to the resolve lv relation to employing none but Cambridge labor on the proposed new water pipe Hue, the rock upon which a., argument has thus far split. The two councilnien were however not taking anyone's word and they went Into the water board and had an Interview with President Dtirant. He said that he was agreed to it "as far as practical," using the same old arguments. Councilman Joe! asked him to state explicitly Just what he meant and he said he was willing to pay two dollars per day, If tha...
GINTY—SCANNELL. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 30 April 1904
GINTY—SCANNELL. Patrolman William B, duty of Division 2, Cambridge, nnd Miss F.liznbeth M. Scnnnell of South Boston, were married at l» o'clock Wednesday morning in the Sacred Heart chapel connected with the Cute of Heaven Church. South Boston. Patrolman (linty is one of the most popular of Cambridge policemen, and hns the well wishes of the enllre force for his future happiness and prosperity. Miss Scnnnell Is one of the most estimable young women of South Boston, and was for several years assistant organist of SS. Peter and Paul's church. The ceremony was performed by R6V, William 11. Crnnt of St. Vincent's church. The bridesmaid was Miss Frances McFarland of Roxbury, and the best man, Mr. John A. (linty, a brother of the groom. The bride was attired in gray chiffon voile over taffeta, with a white picture hnt. and she.carried lilies of the valley. The bridesmaid was dressed in mode nun's veiling, wltb block chiffon picture hnt. The reception .was held at the home of the bride's m...
HEBREW CITIZENS' CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 30 April 1904
HEBREW CITIZENS' CLUB. on the 34th inst.. in the Synagogue, the Hebrew Citizens' Club held one of Its most successful meetings, the prominent fenture of which wns the cordial vole of congratulations tendered to the president, (ioodwln A. lsouhorg. who Is nlso the chnlrmnn of the bonrd of health, upon his notable success In public life, and especially upon the qualities of public spirit and Independence by which his public actions are so eminently characterized qualities whlcii It Is the chief design of tho club to cultivate In lis members. A committee wns appointed on tho testimonial which Is to lie tendered to Mr. tsenlierg.
LET THE MAYOR ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 30 April 1904
LET THE MAYOR ACT. As time goes ou and the people are having time to think, the position of the Democrats of the common council is beginning to win fa- or; one notable conversion has been made In the president of the board of aldermen. week Mr. Coveney attended a meeting of the Cambridge lire underwriters and advised that they send a petition 10 the common council at their meeting the following Friday evening urging the passage of the water-loan. Last Tuesday night he Is reported to be on the point of offering an order requesting the mayor to consider the advisability of removing the Water hoard because of its refusal to to the terms asked by the Democratic members of tho council. We are unwilling to believe It. but we Hnd it suggested on the street that Mr. Coveney's apparent wrath in his interview with Mr. Durp.n' was not real, and that the whole tiling was a clever trick to get the council to pass the loan on the presumption that .Messrs. Downey and Joel would accept Mr. Coveney'...
THE CONVENTION. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 30 April 1904
THE CONVENTION. The Democratic Eighth District Convention was held last Tuesday evening In Union Hall. Somerville, and resulted a.5 was claimed by the Oiney men since the caucus. The convention itself was a lively on.', and It took upwards of four hours of oratory, mo tions, counter motions and points ol order before the result was finally settled. The battle was. from the start, one of generalship with the forces evenly matched and intense interest prevailed to the close. There was not much to choose in the management, of either side, but while the Hearst forces may have excelled In vigor of attack, they were clearly outclassed in defence. The Olney forces, although making tewer moves, succeeded in "bunching their hits." so to speak, in a more effective manner. The contention of the Olney leaders has always been that they had thirty-three sure* delegates and all their maneuvering from the beginning tended towards corroborating this claim without creating a suspicion of a doubt and ...
ONCE MORE WE ASK. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 30 April 1904
ONCE MORE WE ASK. Again we arise to ask why il is tlint Mr. Gray has not been reinstated,-If the. administration feels it to he It*. duty to restore to their old places those displaced by Mayor McNamee. We notice that the Non-partisan Press complains that the retention of Mr. O'Hearn puts Mr. Bell and the Non partisans who attacked him.last fall in a had light. If .so, why does not the failure to reinstate Mr. Gray put them in a bad light also, for they were as earnest in his defence as Ihey were vigorous in altack on Mr. O'Hearn. So fir ns "City before party" go's, there is no Snch v thing intended and was not from the beginning, and the nominating or Mr. O'Hearn. if it Indicates anything, is lhat the mayor is trying lo ward off any further caatlsatloha for t';. disposition he has shown towards his own "kind." Mr. o'llenru, nevertheless, is a competent official, notwithstanding the opinions expressed about him by the Non-partisans before the election, lint that is not what has won ...
THAT PITTSFIELD SPEECH. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 30 April 1904
THAT PITTSFIELD SPEECH. Any mi" who liiuls pleasure ill perusing a llnish.ml piece of exoorialion we commend to them ox-Alderman Barren's reply to Mayor Dnly's Pittsfield si -h. The superficial character of his honor's acquaintance With the subject of bis speech, nnd the hypocrisy of his solicitude for the i niulatlon of the principles ami example of Irish patriots was exposed so, mercilessly that one cannot but have pity for the man who, by bis Indiscreet choice of a theme, nuiile himself a victim. The ex-alderman was most canstic throughout, but the climax of his sarcasm came when be referred lo ids honor's mention of the apostle of temperance (Father Mntlmwl. nml nsked his hearers to note Hie consistency or such n thing "coming from n man whose campaign Inst full wns camducted in parlor caucuses with Intellectual influence of the beverage that the sainted Mnthow devoted, his llfeiiuie to discountenance." a citizen of Cambridge, uHer rending the above, remarked to us the other day...
CENTRAL L. U. MEETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 30 April 1904
CENTRAL L. U. MEETINGS. The Central Lnbor Union of this city ',:. acting wisely In holding public eilucnllonnl meetings on Snnilny nftern.H.iis. There nre a great number of matters of public Importance on which ninny of our citizens are not 100 well Informed, nml anything thnt tends to the ■ dissemination of knowledge on those matter* will be of great value to the people. When Ihe laboring men of the country will become thoroughly conversant with the general needs of the community, ns well ns tbelr own, they will be a powerful factor In the right adjustment of many problems now entrusted to designing politicians whose principal aim Is sclf-nggrnn-cllseinent and not the public welfare Education then Is the best menus to bring gbOUt Ihe ninny reforms (lint nre today needed In public nnd prlvnto life, and In (hnt work there Is a field of usefulness for Ihe labor unions where the benefits will be universal nnd the condition of the working men will Improve because the community Is improv...
MAYOR DALY SNUBBED. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 30 April 1904
MAYOR DALY SNUBBED. Rumor bus It Hint Mayor Dnly Is considerably aggrieved over the luck of attention which be receives tit tlie public (unctions of certain organisations in Cambridge of which be is n member. It is nlso stated that he feels very keenly 111.' slights which he Is Constantly receiving from old friends of Ills who resent bis perliilitious treachery to the men who wafts so ninny sacrifice* to advance his Interests. We are Informed Hint his chagrin al such treatment is largely due to tbe fact that ex-Mayor McNnmee receives tlie applause nnd attention In the circles above referred to which properly belong to tlie mayor of the oily when lie is present. Tills state of affairs is unfortunate, but It Is not nt nil surprising. Mayor Day knew when be accepted the nomination of the Nonpartisan party that be wns lending lilniscir to defeat the fondest ambitions of almost every member of every organization, relative or friend tlint be liad ever been connected with in this city. Why...
JOHN F. O'BRIEN. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 30 April 1904
JOHN F. O'BRIEN. For t!:e third time 111 twenty, years Mr. .h,hn I-'. O'Brien has been chosen tv represent this distrtel in a lleuio-i-ratlc Vitioiial Convention, This Is an honor and mark of respect and confidence not often the lot of a party lender. Fit more than n quarter nf a .inti'iy Mr. CVBrleh lias been active in iii ■ frblll rank of parly wmkors nil l thai ll" has I II alii.-, for so long a lime, lo keep in sit b touch with Ids ptirty. as i" I"' able to win out in so strenuous a contest ns till' one just closed. Is evidence thai lie IIBS been true I" tbj' best traditions of Ihe imrtT. and Hint the appreciation of bis servi.-cs. which his latest honors Indicate, is the return which the parly's gratitude promps, Mr. O'Brien represents today, as always. Di'lttocrncy at its best, and bis appetite for party loyalty has never been whetted by the sweets of tl Inolninellt of oillce. while al all limes possessed of positive convictions and teuncious In his ailbercn -i" lo them, be li...
HOW ABOUT IT? [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 30 April 1904
HOW ABOUT IT? Tim recent appointments on the police nnd tire departments Ivy the mayor shows the respect he bus for the civil service low and how far the "city before putty" promises go In practice. II Is snld thn&lt; Alderman Anderson called on blm and nsked hlm tn appoint n friend of his who was second on, Iho list, on tbe lire ilcpnt'tinent. The mayor flatly refused to do this. Litter be is snld (o have sent word Hint he would consider 11. nnd still Infer sent word that he was going lo appoint hlm nnd did so. It Is nlso said lhat for the police force lie, In one case, Ignored the new civil service list nml look a inline from Inst yenr's list, thi' candidate, being n friend of one of his Boylston street supporters, q'he general custom, In making police ami lire appolnltnents, has been to take them from Hie head of the list. Each yenr nn examination Is held for those positions nnd no mayor has been known to go io the old list. 11l this case, if tilings are ns stated, the on...
WILL IT OCCUR? [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 30 April 1904
WILL IT OCCUR? From present indications the coiilirinutloii of Mr. O'llenru Is nut going io be smooth sailing next Tuesday night, it 's now said that v.l depends on Alderman Anderson. It is well known Hull Aldi'imnn Davis Is hitter against Mr. O'llenru mid some other Non-partisniis are not plcuscd with 111 id. The three Democrats nnd Coveney nml Allen are sure to vote for hlm, and lv tills it Is said Ihe Non-parli-snus see signs of Coveney's breaking uwuy from the muchlne. .Tuny nre certainly in a qiiandry. The story is going the nil [in Is now the Hint Anderson got his friend on Ihe tire departincnt ut Hie lasi moment und Hint his support of (/ileum's confirmation was nu element In the deal. We would nm be at nil surprised If Mr. (J'Tlenrn wciilil lie tbe rock on which the bottom of Daly's boat would get stove in, but whether or hot, Mr. O'Hearn is good for another year anyway and he deserves it.