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OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHER. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 30 April 1904
OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHER. We nre not nwure that the city hail an official photographer until lately, it ,iow appears that the city is spending considerable money through Its police department in this line. Patrolman Fred M. Ellis seems lo Occupy 'be above position at tlie present time 111 its fullest sense. While wf were aware Hint the snld patrolman wns drawing extra money for some time past for doing the photos graphing work it was not until the present acting chief Und charge Hint the patrolman, while drawing his pay as n police officer, was given nothing to do except walk about without his uniform and lake pictures of Sergeant -Murray and others who beep him In his present position of idleness. What with new lenses, photographic plates." and other pnraphcrmilln. anil paying a man to do nothing but enjoy himself in his chosen fad ll Is no wonder (lint the aider moil smte in open meeting Hint there will Ik' a shortage in the police department, it Is Indeed n "reorganization" and one ...
O'BRIEN AND FACEY. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 30 April 1904
O'BRIEN AND FACEY. In a resume lo the Oinoy-ll..nisi contest in this suite lor delegates the Boston' Traveler says: "In the Cambridge district, .1. Frank Facey anil John F, O'Brien went into the Contest Into, after tbe rival organisation was in full swing, and tlielr sin-cess is a great tribute lo their strength' nml popularity in the district." i'lic nbove Is a. concise statement of Hie facts for it was quit., late when tne two entered the Held and many ..!' tbe'r friends bad taken up tlie Hearst end. it is nil the more credl. io tlifr ability nml popularity that they were able to win in the premises li.nd now that It is all over almost everyone, is free to admit this.
"THE REORGANIZATION." [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 30 April 1904
"THE REORGANIZATION." I.tic of ibc 'chief causes of complaint lust year against Mayor Mi-Name., was lhat be was partisan in his appointments and that lie tilled places within his gift with those who bad fought Unit lie luigbr .occupy (be position which he them ciipoye.l. The Nonpartisans, of. course, Woilld. never be guilty of an action of this nature, nnd according to them the best Interests nf Hi" city doinniided that such practices be done away with enfTrely. There' wore *6me who ; were so sun--plc as to believe thai Hie Non-pn rl I-s.-in machine wns sincere iii the talk which its members were so loudly lllllklllg that we said then, as we say now. Hint there was tint the least idea nf honesty in Hielr words or in their hearts. If \\f will look nt Hie recent appointments in ihe police re-organi-zation, to say nothing of every other appointment made, will not they iin.l Hiii these words then spoken were simply I'ttnipnlgnl promises and lies, 1..., soon to be iir.ken an I repudiated...
THE CASE OF KEANEY. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 30 April 1904
THE CASE OF KEANEY. Mayor Daly appointed Chief Ins| tor Hurley ns a reward for services rendered to hlm last fall, lie reduces Lieutenant Keaney because lie says Hi,, latter was a MeNnm.ee nidn nnd for no other reason, lie Is reported to hnve snld. when these facts were brought to his attention • bat If it lay In his power he would tire Kenney from (he force because Kenney worked conscientiously for McNamee, And this Is simply Hie Idea which actuates Ihe mayor |rj all his public actions, it is a crime to work against the execution, but it is something lo commend if mi official works fol' blm. Il Is n Case of revenge wllh hlm.
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 30 April 1904
Alderman Coveney tells Water Commissioner Durant that the city govern. ment nre the masters and that they, (the city government.! will tell Just how"that water pipe shall he laid. Water Commissioner Durnnt replies that, he will lay the pip* Just as he sees fit and there you are. Now Ihe matter assumes a new aspect. Is not the beat way not to lay the pipe at all. but to join the metropolitan water system now and not spend another million or more dollars and burden the city with this needless outlay. Wo are Kind to see that the Chronicle has taken up with our siiKgestlon anil advocates this matter being thoroughly looked Into before anything Is (.one. It is now up to the members of the city government and the public spirited citizens to take the Initiative In the premises. Will they do it? Mayor Hilly. In v reienl coniinuiilcation to tiie common council ou tne loan appropriation, told them fhfll the responsibility, for w.imt might Happen would be on those In Unit body who promoted the...
POLICE REORGANIZATION. Plan is Consumated by the Mayor This Week. The List of Men Affected in the Department. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 30 April 1904
POLICE REORGANIZATION. Plan is Consumated by the Mayor This Week. The List of Men Affected in the Department. At last Mayor Daly lias made the no essnry appointments in the police ill-part incut to cany out the "reul'guil - zntioii scheme which it look the Nonpartisan nlilermcii so long lo lix up. Tile changes have nil been discounted lv advance and then. Is little news now In the matter. The expected happened in the case of Lieutenant Kenney who will again resume his uniform ns a patrolman. There Is no man iii the department who bus bad as ninny ups and downs as this genial gentleman. He knows how il feels to lie reduced after having lasted the fruits of advancement nnd In all probability he will know next year the joys of another promotion. The order making the reduction ami starling the reorganization of the entire department was rend at roll cull Tuesday night anil will go into effect May . al 5.8il p. in. Ii created nine new lieutenants and six new sergeants nnd promotes seven ...
FULLY EXONERATED. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 30 April 1904
FULLY EXONERATED. That there WM a serious mistake mnde by the police of this city and lioston in the arrest of .lames L. Bancroft of Hancock street, Cambridge, who wns charged with larceny from Harvard aud Technology dormitories. lias been acknowledged by everyone, and he was honorably discharged Tuesday before Judge Adams in the Muni clpal Conn without the shadow of sua. plcion. Bancroft is well known in Cambridge and Is highly respected by nil who know him. The fact of his arrest, caused a sensation, but none who knew hlm 'believed that he committed such a deed. The teal fact of the case Is that Ban croft met Thomas A. J. Hodgson, one of those who have confessed to the breaks, and remarked to him as to the pretty stick pin he was wearing. Bancroft had not, seen Hodgson for six months and knew nothing of the facts relative to his nrrest. IDodgson gave Bancroft two pins, one of which Is said to have come from Everett hall and the other from a Tech dormitory. Chler Inspector Hurley h...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 30 April 1904
Miss Edith Hlackburn Sheraton. daughter of Mrs. Albert It. Sheraton of Cambridge., and Wllllnni I-Yssenden Merrill of Nashville, Term., a graduate of Amherst and a prominent football player, were married at noon Tuesday at the Church of the Advent. The bridegroom Is the son of Or. .lames (!. Merrill, president of I'Msk university at. Nashville. Hey. William It. Van Allen performed the ceremony. The bride, who was escorted hy her brother, Urtiry 1,. Sheraton, wore a gown of liberty satin, with a yoke of rich lace. Her veil was fastened with orange blossoms and she carried lilies of the valley. The bridegroom was attended by his cousin, Ollle Morrill. The maid of hrtnor was Miss Julia Little of this city. The bridesmaids were Miss Rosamond l'orter of this city, Miss Itetlbii Smith of Winchester, Miss Mildred Montague of Chattanooga, Term., and Miss Merrill, sister of tho groom.
CAPTURED ON THE ROOF. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 30 April 1904
CAPTURED ON THE ROOF. Severe! Incidents of 81) exciting character attended the arro.lt of Frederick Novak, Wednesday morning. lie wns wanted by the Boston police on a robbery charge. Patrolman Kerley of the Hanover street station, who has been searching the North and West Ends for Novak for the past two weeks. Tueiday learned that the young man had jnreakon his old haunts and was living .villi his mother at Cambridge. Armed with a warrant Patrolman Kerley called at Hie Cambridge house about 8.80 Wednesday morning. Novak's mother, who inqu'red the officer's bus! ness. was told that ho had a warrant for her son's arrest. Mrs. Novak said Hint her son was not In. "This is the lirst night he has been away from home since he came from Concord, live weeks ago," she continued. The police officer snld he would have to search the house, which he did without lindlng Novak. One room had the appearance of having Just been vacated. Some of the bedclothes were missing, which suggested that its for...
DEAN HODGES SPEAKS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 30 April 1904
DEAN HODGES SPEAKS. At the annual meeting of-the Watch and Ward society of Boston on Sunday last Dean George Hodges of the Harvard Theological Seminary addressed the meeting, prefacing bis remarks by saying ibai tbe annual meeting of the society always adds a chapter to tlie history of tbe unpopularity of reformers, lie declared the work to be an Imperative and essential-one, He spoke of Hie lack of appreciation by the.general public shying that only $3000 had been given In: subscriptions Die past year. In speaking about Hie Immortality; of plays in lioston. be snld thnt. the worst shows seen in this city are given at the so-called lirsiolass houses and nol al tin' low-elilss | He'aires, or'even at the second-class. bouses. I'be plays arc seen by Hie imsl people ill Boston, who an- supposed to oe tbe respectable ones, lie spoke of the changes often made by (he society in Hie attractions al the various theatres, lie also attacked He newspapers, some of which arc owned l.y respectable...
THE EXPOSITION MINSTRELS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 30 April 1904
THE EXPOSITION MINSTRELS. V rare treat Is In store for the people of Cambridge in the shape of tbe Exposition Minstrels, who will appear at Oi!&lt;i Fellows' Hnll, North Cambridge, Thursday evening. May 5. It Is only by the merest chance that this far-famed aggregation of mirth and melody dispensers happen to appear In this city. The st. u&gt;uis Exposition opens April 30. but owing to delayed construction of the mammoth Trocndero Theatre, which is to he the home of this minstrel body, until Nov. 1, It cannot be opened until Mny l.i. Therefore Cambridge and a few other New England cities will proHt by this delayed Construction of the $150,000 playhouse, and judging from present .boxolllce receipts, our city will turn out en masse to welcome the Exposition l&gt;oys and their cleverly-rendered performance. The affair will be run ns a benefit for Clarence J. Kerry, who is n leader In the Traveler's World's Fair contest. Clarence Is one of the most popular young ...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 30 April 1904
BOSTON ELEVATED RAILWAY CO. Time Table of Cambridge Division. Subject to Change without Notice. ARLINGTON CENTRE TO ADAMS SQ.—lvin Bencon St.). 1.30, 5.17, A. M., I". nnd 31 mlv. to 11.2(1 P. .M. Night service Ho Adnms S.j., via Hurvuril Si].l 11.3T P, M., 12.07, 12.37. 1.07, 1.37, 2.37, 3.37, 4.42, A. M. Sunday—lfrom Arlington Heights), 7.02 A. XL, 2D and 30 mln. lo 11.15 P. M. ARLINGTON HEIGHTS TO SUBW AY—O.Ol A. M., 5, 8, 15 and 20 mln. to 11.20 (11.30 to Adams Sq.) P. M. Sunday—o.ol, (1.31 A. M., 10 and 15 mm. to 11.20 (11.30 to Adams Sq.) P. M. HARVARD SQ. (EAST OAMBHIDGE) TO CITY POINT—S.2O A. M., 8, 10 and 211 mm. to 11.30 P. M. Sunday—7.2l A. M., and 10, 15 and 20 mln. to 11.30 P. M. HARVARD SQ. TO SUBWAY, VIA BItoADWAY—(I.IB A. M.. 30 mm. to 11.12 P. M. Sunday—B.lB A. M., 30 mln. to 11.18 P. M. HENHY ST. (CAMBUIDUEPOHT), TO MASSACHUSETTS AVE.—*4B A. M., 12 mm. to 11,48 P. M. Sunday—B.l2 A. M., 12 mm. to 11.48 P. M. MT. AI'BUItN TO SOUTH STATION AND HOWE'S WHAHF, VIA HUNTING...
LOCAL BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 30 April 1904
LOCAL BREVITIES. The "Walcott Kitten," Co. C Eighth ltegiment infantry. M. V. M.. will hold Its third annual drill at the New Armory, for the Parry Medal, on Tuesday eyonliig next. Captain Cutter and his company will endeavor to give the large list of invited guests a very pleas ant time. The chief topic of discussion at the meeting of the Boston Building Trades' Council last Sunday afternoon In Boston was the construction of the new West Boston bridge. It being alleged that the fact that the contract for the teaming was given to the It. S. Brine Company was because of collusion be tween several firms. This concern has long been generally considered by labor men to be unfair to organized labor. After a long talk on the matter, resolutions were adopted asking for nn investigation by commissioners having charge of the construction. The funeral of Timothy ]•'. nuckloy, a well-known and popular young man of this city, took place Monday morning from St. Mary's of the Annunciation church,...
NORTH CAMBRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 30 April 1904
NORTH CAMBRIDGE. Mr. Geoffrey S. Whulen comes to Cambridge May nth as director and interlocutor of the Exposition Minstrels. Mr. Whalen in well known in dramatic circles of Cambridge, he having staged plays for the Waltham Canoe Club, Willow Athletic Club, Enire Nous Dramatic Club. Bachelor "Maids, Evening High School. C. M. T. S.. St. Margaret Dramatic Club of Dorchester, and others. One of his latest successes was Damon and Pythias, with which he made a very successful New England tour, playing In Lowell. Lawrence. Brockton. Salem, Lynn, Saugus and Wakefield. Mr. Whalen Is an actor of exceptional ability, having played the leading parts In several well known dramas. He ilso shows very much talent as a reader. The public may rest assured that any play of which Mr. Whalen Is director Is wjdl worth seeing. Any young man wishing to have his name put ou the voting list should see Mr. John Kelleher at Si Dudley street. who will bfl glad tn assist him in the matter. Court William E. Itus...
COUPON PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 30 April 1904
COUPON PARTY. The many friends nf Muster Jeremiah J. Mulvlbill. Jr., who Is one of the contestants In the Boston Traveler contest, will tender him a complimentary coupon party In Odd Fellows' hull on Monday evening, Mny 9, Dancing will be Indulged In from 8 tn 12 nVlock to the music nf Stanton's Cadet Orchestni. These having the mutter In charge are anticipating that v very gDOdly sum will be raised For the purpnse nf furnishing coupons, and that bis many friends will not only turn In a large number nn that evening, but It will alsn serve as an Incentive for ntbers tn do likewise for Ihe young enntestant. who Is a very popular young man.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 30 April 1904
j. Leo Mcdonald &amp; co. House Painting, Graining, Paper Hanging, Gluing, In.trior Decorating. OFFICfi,... 22 ELIOT STREET. Tel. Cambridge 514-1. Shop, 22 Church St W. li. Holt's Did Stand. CjHRS. HTKINS Sc CO. iPAPER HANGERS, WHITENING-. KALSOMINHB, TINTING, WHITEWASHING. Exterior and Interior Decorating. WaN Piper Mouldings. PiiaUng, Glazing, *o. 27-30 Prospeot Street, CAMBRIOQIPORT. iiyNear Central Sq. Tel. 77J-3 Cambridge, H. J. SHAW, Buooeaaor to Miller &amp; Shaw, Manufacturer of Portable Steam Hoisting Engines, Hammers, Nippe-\ etc., for i'Ue Driving; "Bolts, Trasses, and other Iron Work foi Bridges and Buildings. MACHINERY FOR HOISTING ICE, Hydraulic Presses and General Machinery. Special attention paid to Machine and Automobile Repalrlns. Cor. Sixth Street and Broadway, Cambridgeport, Mass. E.; J. DUNPHY, Dealer In Watches. Clocks, Diamonds, Jewelry, Silverware, Optical Goods. Special attention given to Fine Watch. Clock ana Jewelry Repairing. Kyes Tested a...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 30 April 1904
MORTGAGEE'S SALE. By virtue of a power of sale contained in a certain mortgage deed given by Delia F. Burwell, wife of Edward G. Burwell of Cambridge in the County of Middlesex and Commonwealth of Massachusetts to Ethel R. Poingdester, wife of Chas. J. Poingdester of Somerville in said County, dated February 1, 1902, and recorded with Middlesex South District Deeds, book 3020, page 583, for breach in the conditions of said mortgage and for the purpose of foreclosing the same will be sold at public auction on or near the premises on Monday the 9th day of May, 1904, at ten o'clock in the forenoon all and singular the premises described in said mortgage deed, viz., a certain parcel or lot of land with the buildings thereon situated in Cambridge in said County of Middlesex and being lot numbered twelve (12) block B on a plan of valuable house lots on the site of camp Cameron situated in North Cambridge and West Somerville, by W. A. Mason &amp; Sons, surveyors, dated July 18, 189...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 30 April 1904
PARTICULARS at RAYMOND'S. Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Middlesex, hh. Probata Court. To the hrlrs nl Inw, next of km. credltprl nml nil other persons Interested In Ihe oatnto of rnillp Orcen, late of Cnmnfldga, in miiiii county, dacensed, intestine. WHtCKKAJ n petition hns licon presented to snld Court to grant n letter of ndniinlslriillmi on the eatnte of anlil ilrcenaed lo Bllaabotn (irrrn of Cambridge in the County of Middlesex, without giving ii surety on her bond. Yon nre hereliv rltod to nppenr nt n I'rolinto Court to he held nt Lowell, In said Comity of Middlesex, on the nineteenth dny of April, A.D., 1004, nt nine o'clock In the forenoon, to show enuae If nny you hnve. WU* tho anine should not he granted. And the petitioner la herehv directed to give pultllo notice thereof, hy pun.inning this rltatlon one earn week, for three SUCcessiTS wecTcn, In the Cambridge SKNTiM'M,, n newapnper pnhllshrd In Cnnihrldgc. the Inat publication to lie one day nt lenat oefnre snld Court. W...