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COUNCILMAN WOOD Stirs Up the Common Council By a Speech against till Proposed Water Loan. Favors the Metropolitan System. Hastings again Nominated. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 14 May 1904

COUNCILMAN WOOD Stirs Up the Common Council By a Speech against till Proposed Water Loan. Favors the Metropolitan System. Hastings again Nominated. All of the excitement of the city government meetings on Tuesday evenIng was confined to the common council chamber. There the differences of opinion on the subject of the supplying of additional water gave scope for considerable oratory ƒ— which Councilman Russell A. Wood of Ward 10, carried off the honors. He made a very able argument from his standpoint, as to why the city should Join the Metropolitan water system before we spent any more money in perfecting our own and offered a resolve that a committee be appointed by the mayor to thoroughly look Into the matter in all Its phases. This resolve was referred to the committee on water supply. There had been an agrement made between the mayor and Councilman Joel as to a resolve ƒ— relation to the employment of Cambridge labor on the proposed new pipe line, but as the Democratic members ...

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TIE "SENTINEL'S" GOSSIP On Current Events and Happenings. A Few Things Observed by Hun as He Patrols His Post [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 14 May 1904

TIE "SENTINEL'S" GOSSIP On Current Events and Happenings. A Few Things Observed by Hun as He Patrols His Post The surprise of the season in City hall, is the sudden development of Councilman Wood of Ward 10, into the position of a full fledged personage of consideration in that body, and his bringing to the notice of his fellow members his latent powers of oratory, which he had hitherto concealed. It was a surprise' which caused no end of talk the present week and leaves the fact apparent to all. that he Is a personage to be reckoned with hereafter in the councils of his party. Although he is posing as a Non-partisan in the council chamber, and I do not think much of the members of that party, as a whole, I am forced to say that his handling of the matter of our water system in his speech of Tuesday evening was a masterly one. and showed that he had very carefully considered the matter in Its many phases and that he had done thnt which very few of his fellow members can lay claim to...

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GAVE WORTHLESS CHECKS Miss Kimball desired to Ride but Did Not Wish to Pay and Consequently It in Trouble. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 14 May 1904

GAVE WORTHLESS CHECKS Miss Kimball desired to Ride but Did Not Wish to Pay and Consequently It in Trouble. For some time the Cambridge police have toeen receiving complaints from livery stable keepers that a finely appearing, well dresed young Indy lias lieen making application for the hire of a horse and buggy and tendering worthless checks in payment therefor. She came to grief Wednesdny aftertloou. i-hen she called nt the Hlchdale avenue stables and tried to hire a turnout of the proprietor. Fred D. Norton, who was one of the stable keepers whom the police had acquainted with her methods. She asked for n horse and buggy for the afternoon nnd tendered in payment therefor a checaitor $">. drawn on the Atlas National Hank of Boston. The check bore the signature of Agnes Savage. Mr. Norton engaged her in conversation and becoming suspicious, had one of his men show her about the stables, under the jiretext that the turnout'was being .hitched up. Meanwhile he telephoned to ...

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THE TAX HEARING. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 14 May 1904

THE TAX HEARING. ExMsyor John H. H. McNamee of under whose adtnlnlstration land values were raised, was the principal witness Wednesday morning at the hearing before the Middlesex county commissioners in the Cambridge tax cases. Mr. McNamee, who is a large real estate owner, and dealer, was put on as an expert. He testified that he lived In the George C. Little property from 1800 to 1860, and that the property is In very poor repair and the appointments very meagre. He considered the Little property at the corner of Punster street and Massachusetts avenue worth $10 a foot today, and the Punster hall property worth $7 a foot last May. Testifying as to his own dormitory, Quincy hall, Mr. McNamee said he never had any trouble In letting rooms. He considered the laud on Mt. Auburn street, near the city building, worth $1 a foot Inst May. Should he? purchase that property he would immediately construct R dormitory on It. Fairfax hall, on Massachusetts avenue, he would value at $9 a foot ...

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TIE CLUE FACTORY Petition for a Permit To Operate In North Cambridge comes before the Board of Health. The Meeting Adjourns for Further Testimony. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 14 May 1904

TIE CLUE FACTORY Petition for a Permit To Operate In North Cambridge comes before the Board of Health. The Meeting Adjourns for Further Testimony. There was not a very large gathering of the citizens at the meeting of the board of health on Wednesday evening to remonstrate against the granting of a permit to tbe Commonwealth Glue company to conduct its business ƒ— the old Niles slaughter house ƒ— North Cambridge, as had been expected, and the petitioners presented a very good case, claiming that there would be no offensive odors from the proposed plant, as fresh, clean stock was necessary for the manufacture of their products and that all the refuse was dried and sold to fertilizer companies, the latter line of business not being contemplated here as nad been the case while the place was conducted as a slaughter house. Hon. F. W. Dalllnger appeared for the glue company and Attorney Hutchinson appeared for the New England Packing and Provision company which corporation owns tbe prope...

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GYM'S MAY PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 14 May 1904

GYM'S MAY PARTY. The Cambrldgeport Gymnasium Association will hold a May party on Monday evening, May 10. Some new and unique features are promised ƒ— the way of entertaining which will, without doubt, prove n source of pleasure to nil who attend. The following special committees have been appointed: Committee on refreshments: John A. Kirby. chairman: M. Burns, D. Drohnn, Frank Gormley, George McGllvray, Daniel Enos. John A. White, D. J. O'Connor, John Bowen, William C. Doherty. Patrick Cahtll, John Flanagan, John Curley, W. Mulvlhlll, John Smith. Nell Kefllher, Nell McCarthy, John F. Olennon. Decorations: John C. Haverty, chairman; Walter Doherty, Arthur Haverty, Ezra Williamson. Daniel Meenan. John C. Lorden. William Coady, J. H. Rlcker, John Roberts, John Walsh, John Graney. William Crowley. Ray Ryan, Frank Carew. Press: Walter Whelan, Edmund Brown. General: J. P. Bras--11, chairman; Frank E. Connolly. B. F. Fallon, William Fennessy, William Fallon, John T. QUI, Chris. Holden, Wi...

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THE WATER QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 14 May 1904

THE WATER QUESTION. This week the much discussed water question and the methods of obtaining an adequate supply assumes an entirely new phase. For some time the SENTINEIL ably seconded by the Chronicle and the Press, all of which papers have endeavored to discuss this question s.olely as to what I" for the best of the city, and this must Include both Its tax payers and Its working men, have pointed out that the possibilities of getting an economical solution of the whole matter, through an Investigation by a committee of citizens who would be guided, not by political or ulterior motives, but by purely disinterested ones. Despite the efforts of these papers, backed by many citizensr who seriously think that the city should not be plunged Into any expense whfch can possibly be avoided. Nothing has been done by any member of the city government or of the water board to effect a solution until Councilman Rus-, sell A. Wood of Ward 10, who seems to be of an Investigating turn of mind, an...

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THE LICENCE HOLD-UP. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 14 May 1904

THE LICENCE HOLD-UP. There Is an axlm ot law which says that "A man Is Innocent until he Is proven guilty." Mayor Daly Is a law. yer and Is supposed to know that such a rule exists, still he constitutes him- self Into both Judge and Jury and declares that the druggists who wereconvlcted ƒ— the power court—where any prisoner Is held when probable cause ia shown—but who have appealed and who have the right given them by the constitution to be tried by a Jury o. twelve men before they are declared guilty, are so and now must prove their Innocence, reversing the ritfe. A man In any drug store In this city Is liable to be raided by the present police department—and of course liquor would be found on the premises—and shouiu bis business be kept at a standstill or practically ruined by the mayor beiore he Is convicted by twelve good men and true. What Is his remedy? Poisons are also kept In the drug stores and a police officer could go in and get theni and trump up a charge that these were...

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THE TRIBUNE "EXPLAINS" (?) [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 14 May 1904

THE TRIBUNE "EXPLAINS" (?) It is amusing to read the explanation (?) which the Tribune attempts to make In relation to the confirmation of City Electrician O'Hearn lest week. In the course of the article it says: "Mayor Daly has renominated Mr. O'Hearn nnd by so doing hns put himself In the position "f either discrediting the cUnrges. which he must have exumiueil carefully, or of favorllis Mr. O'llearti for some reason despite the objections publicly mad.'- against the conduct of ills department. • • * • • "Three or four of the Non-Partisan aldermen seem Inclined to support the mayor, even in doubtful cases. lest the progress of the Sou-Partisan cause be hindered by a lack of harmony. This ensured a majority for the continuation. Aldermen Lake and Pay's alone spoke out against the appointment, and they did so lv unmistakable terms. Iloth made charges which, if true and proven, would .-.erlouslv Impeach Mr. (VHearn's capability to fill bis position. It Is likely thnt the end ft 'he c...

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TRUE NON-PARTISANSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 14 May 1904

TRUE NON-PARTISANSHIP. The way in which the would-be leaders of the Non-partisans In the common council lit on Councilman Wood Before, after and while he was making his great speech on Tuesday night leads the SENTINEL to inquire again ƒ— its columns what Is true Non-partisanship. Is It the drawing of party lines, under the head of a mere nominal title, aa sharply as they have been drawn this year? Does It consist In the effort to suppress the ideas of the younger members ƒ— the party whom the so-called leaders believe should be seen and not heard? Is It the crushing out of In. dependent thought? When Councilman Wood rose to obtain suspension of rules In order that he might make himself heard: when the Nonpartisans en masse denledjhlm the right of even being heard: when the labor advocate in the Non-partisan ranks arose In protest against Mr. Wood, continuing with his speech, after he tlnally obtained suspension Oi rules, when another councilman arose to a point of order, and finally...

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AN UNWISE ADMISSION. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 14 May 1904

AN UNWISE ADMISSION. There is n lack of political sagacity Inherent In our Non-linrtlsan friends which at times receives expression in rather peculiar form. An illustration of this is the relationship which they are endeavoring to establish between the Good Government league and the Library Hall Association. Everybody knows the history of the decline and fall of Library Ball. The people of Cambridge repudiated this organization with a vchenience which ought to convince even its most nrdent admirers that there Is no longer any place In this community for a political Institution, the purpose of which is to protect the interests of the few at the expense of those of the many. Yet ƒ— the face of these facts Mr. Henry N. Wheeler In his address at Chicago made the assertion that the object of the Good Government league Is to perpetuate the principles of the Library Hall Association. We are aware that this Is no new claim for the League to make. It was announced In their circular when it w...

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MR. ISENBERG'S RESIGNATION. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 14 May 1904

MR. ISENBERG'S RESIGNATION. The resignation of Mr. laenberg from the board of health on Tuesday last caused no little surprise. Those In close touch with affairs at City hall were well aware that strained relations had existed between Mr. Scott and Mr. Isenberg ever since the latter etWred into a collusion with Dr. Weeks to oust Mr. Scott from the position iTs chairman of the board and elect Mr. Isenberg to the position. Public Interest In the matter vanished as soon as the board, was reorganized ƒ— February with Mr. Isenberg at Its head. It seems, however, that Mr. Scott did not lose his interest in the board or In Its chairman. Recent developments would seem to indicate that he had accomplished his purpose. From what we have been able to learn, It appears that Mr. Scott' and Dr Weeks were able to agree on ninny matters of policy which failed to receive leenberg's endorsement. This lend Mr. Isenberg to feel that Dr. Weeks had been untrue to him. He resented this attitude on the par...

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CIDER MILL POND [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 14 May 1904

CIDER MILL POND T'i's property controlled by tlr> water lionrd nnd used by them ns a cesspool, hns long been nn eyesore, ami menace to the health of the residents of the district In which It lies. The water lionrd so fur hns refused to do 1 anything to remedy the situation. and the board of health, although supnosed by its functions, to remedy a matter of this kind, has taken no do finite action, nnd why? Nothln othei than the expense (which should not figure In a matter of this sorfi can be Imagined. For when one considers the strictness of the regulation and penalties for non-compliance there with. In regard to scweranc in general nnd takes Into account the fact that nil the surface drainage from several farms lying between Payso Park nnd the Cambridge line Is run down Inlo Cambridge to the most convenient spot Inside the line, (which, happens to bidder Mill Pondl nnd then allowed It to stagnate, nnd naturally conclude that there Is something radically wrong With the Wi...

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THE ASSISTANT ASSESSORS [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 14 May 1904

THE ASSISTANT ASSESSORS That the change in the payment of the assistant assessors for their work from a per diem basis to that of |ITB for the work In each ward Is a good one. as has already been shown in the amount of work accomplished by them thus far this year. They now know Just how much they are to receive and they are wasting no time. The books of the first precincts have been passed In six days ahead of anything heretofore known and there Is every Indication that the whole work will be finlshou very much earlier than hns been the case In the past. From all reports which are being received, Ofts work Is ibelng very Well idotve nlsoi It may lie said, In passing, that the assistant nssessors are being materially helped In every ward by the work of the Ocmqcrntlc Ward and City Committee, the members of which "organization have performed good work ƒ— assisting In preparing lists of names in many of the houses to be given to the assistant assessors, and thus saving the assessors ca...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 14 May 1904

The Chronicle has Its ear to the ground and hears the rumble of discontent which Is gathering slowly but surely away on the political horizon and threatens to drown the shoutera for Non-partisanship before the next city election. And still the Daiy-Chnmplln-Hlodgett machine will make frantic endeavors to drown the rumble. The Democrats stood out boldly three years ngo and said that Son-partisanship wns a failure and there Is every Indication that the Republicans will do the same before this year Is over. And still It has been said that the Ward Seven club was formed by a crowd of disturbers. While there have been several Nonpartisan ciubs formed they have one by one fallen by the wayside and the Ward Seven Republican club Is still ƒ— a flourishing condition nnd is very liable to see the fruition of its hopes be. fore many months have elapsed. The condition of Main street at the present time is not such ns to recommend it ns n driving thoroughfare for pleasure and those who nre oblig...

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LEHAN—HAND. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 14 May 1904

LEHAN—HAND. The marriage of Miss Mary X. Hand, daughter of Mr. James Hand of 88 Spring street, nnd Representative Harry f. Lehnn was solemnized Tuesday morning nt '•' o'clock at the church of tin- Sacred Heart. The services at the church were, very simple in Character there Ix-ing no umsw'. The nuptial mass wns celebrated by Rev. l-'r, Mnhan. who nlso performed the ceremony. The bride was attended by her sister. Miss Mabel Hand, nnil Mr. Frank I.elian, brother of the groom, wns best man, The bride wore champagne rattle, applique, trimmed with embroidery and lace. She carried lilies Of the valley. Her hat was champagne horsehair straw, with White ostrich plumes. The bridesmnld wore pongee silk with lace trimmings, ami carried pink roses. Her lint wns strawcolor, trimmed with pink roses. A wedding breakfast, at Which only the immediate families were present, followed the ceremony at the future home of Mr. nud Mrs. I.ehnn. SS Spring st. They left Tuesday afternoon for n trip'to New Yor...

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BRANCH ST. MARY. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 14 May 1904

BRANCH ST. MARY. One of the most nuoeossful dances ever given, by Branch St. Mary. I. N F.. No. 465, was held ƒ— Cypress hail. Malta Temple, on lust Wednesday evening. Branch St. Mary's Was organised Dec 12. IW2, starting with 7."i members. For the past two years the branch has steadily Increased In mem hershlp until now it lias nearly 200. The officers of the society are: Chief ranger, Mary Collins; aub> chief ranger, Frances Walsh: treas urer, Mary Purcell: financial secretary, Kntherlne Nolan; assistant secretary, Alice Murray; senior woodward, Anna Sullivan; Junior woodward, Nora Doody; senior beadle, Margaret Moore; Junior beadle, Julia Murphy. The floor was ƒ— charge of Mlas Mary Collins, assisted by Mrs. Frances Walsh and Anna Sullivan and the following aids: Katherlne Nolan, Katherlne Mansfield, Mary Murphy, Jenny Seymore, Elisabeth Mansneld, Gertrude McFsun, Mary Flynn, Katherlne Bacon, Mary U Dolan, Delln Boyle, Massjr Kelley, Nora Doody, Mrs. Dwyer. The recepti...

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PROF. ELIOT AS "SUB" [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 14 May 1904

PROF. ELIOT AS "SUB" For the first time In 8S years, pr since lie has been president of Harvard university, Pres. Eliot spoke before B class Tuesday morning. It wus In the course called philosophy 3. the subject of which is "The Ethics of the Social Question," and is conducted by Prof. Francis 0. Peabody, dean of the divinity school. Prof. Peabody Is suffering from an ailment to his eyes, and It wns to relieve him that Pres. Eliot spoke Prof. Peabody Is nt present discussing tlie Industrial problem with the class, nnd It was on that Pres. Eliot spoke. The regular clnss was suplemeiited by v large number of men who came In for the special lecture, but as the announcement was made only to the class. It wns not generally ktiown about college. Those who heard the lecture, greeted the president with, long applause, and after the talk of threequarters of an hour, the demonstration of appreciation lasted more than a minute.

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MIDDLESEX CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 14 May 1904

MIDDLESEX CLUB. The annual dance and entertainment of the Middlesex Club will be held at Cypress hail on Wednesday evenlnfi next and promises to be a moßt successful affair. Tie committee havlnr) the matter In charge have spared no work or expense that the occasion shall be a memorable one, and Ultra is,every Indication that it will be. Ex Mayor McNamee and other Invited guests will grace the occasion.

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NORTH CAMBRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 14 May 1904

NORTH CAMBRIDGE. Among the saloon passengers who arrived on the Ivernla last week was Miss Catherine Stanton of North Cam bridge. After her arrival many friends gathered at the home of her sister, Miss Mary C. Stanton, at 49 Fenno street, and tendered her a most enjoyable reception. During the evening Miss Stanton told many interesting stories of her travels through Ireland and exhibited many curious souvenirs collected while abroad. An entertainment then followed, consisting of vocal and instrumental selections. Later ƒ— the evening refreshments were served. Among those present were the Misses Marie C. Stanton. Noreen Crosby. Lottie Nelson, Evelyn Dore, Katherlne Hogan, Sadie MeCleilan, Catherine Graham, Florence MeCleilan, Nora Murphy, Rose DeSloe. Marie DeSloe, Dora Murray. Annie Stlllman, Winnlfred O'Brien. Nora O'Brien and Messrs. Thomas Yeung, Martin Murray. DanleJ Murphy, Fred Dore, Martin Murphy. John Horgan. T. Murphy. Percy Rfoad. John C. McDowell. Eugene Ouchle, D. Malone...

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