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CONSISTENCY AND HYPOCRISY [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 21 May 1904

CONSISTENCY AND HYPOCRISY The SENTINEL has had occasion to point out on divers occasions fiiat the Nonpartisan machine and the mass of that party had no use for the wio'kiug man and only used him as a means of accomplishing an end. and in this bus. from Its Inception, been consistent, It is about the only thing In which it has been consistent. No better proor of its consistency need be pointed out than the work of the members of the machine and the president of the water board to push through the pipe loan. The (■oiiiiiionooiiucil, when It wanted to look after the Interests of the laboring man, was told In plain words that it had no right to pass resolves of this nature: that the water board would do as it clashed pleased, and build It a- It saw fit: that the Democrats bail little mind their own business—which was lo let the Non-partisans run the city's affairs as they saw tit. Notwithstanding this, a resolve was passed by the council and killed In the board of aldermen, the preside...

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IS IT SO? [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 21 May 1904

IS IT SO? ITic direct charge made In the Press this week that President sprague ot the Metropolitan water system was materially assisting the Cambridge water board lv Its endeavor to force tfirough the pipe loan is a serious one. hat Councilman Wood, In his speech on Tuesday evening, which Is In lull In another column, hinted at such a thing. The Democratic party has charged collusion between the two and has long realised that certain members of both hoards were playing a game ot "you tickle me and I will tickle you,"" but to find anything direct, as the Pros,* Ch&rgeß In the offering to Councilman ll'Xell a Job if be WOUld vote for the order, had been heretofore unavailing. This is but another scandal added to the long list Which has been unearthed already 111 Ibis "get all there is Corning" administration,

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NON-PARTISAN METHODS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 21 May 1904

NON-PARTISAN METHODS. Ex-Mayor David T. Dickenson has always been considered ns one who would run around to do the dirty work of certain of the lenders (if the grabeverything party In this city, but he certainly descends very low when he attempts to/coerce the young council mnn from Ward 10, who Is doing his duty as be sees It. lo vote against his conscience. It Is n smnll political trick and does not help the cause of those who originated It.

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NEW FIREMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 21 May 1904

NEW FIREMEN. The order adding seven new men to the permanent force of the fire department Is a thoroughly good one. and Is In keeping with the. necessities of a modern nre, department. At the present tlmp the Are forces of our city are far behind the times In regard to the number of men who nre permanently employed and during meal hours nnd vacation time the force In not sufficiently large to properly cope with a big tire. In fact, from June to October the engine companies have only sufficient men to drive the apparatus to tbe fires, nnd If It is necessary to use a line of hose delays are oitlines necessary to wait until the call men arrive to handle the same. Cambridge fortunately has had good luck In not having very many large fires during the past few years. At the same time it Is a good deal better to he prepared to cope with them when they do come rather than to lock the door .after the horse is stolen. r

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 21 May 1904

In the course of Ills speech on Tuesday evening Councilman Wood paused to remark that he bad personally investigated the matters of which he spoke, and further added that one of the councilman WOUtd deliver n speech which had been prepared by someone In the water board for hlni. Council. ninn Dlnati asked If lie was the person meant ami was assured that be was not. We hope that If Is not the guilty conscience which needs no nccuser In this ease, as was asked by Councilman Wood. It developed later that Tt was Councilman Walcott who was referred to by the councilman from Word 10. The d'fference in the attendance 01 the public at the games at the National and American League ball grounds, which shows so largely In favor of the latter organization, Is simply the registering of the people's protest against the way the old league conducted Its affairs when it had a monopoly of tne bugltiOSl. It will continue as long as the present management is in charge ot that organization. While the Am...

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THE PROPOSED G. A. R. CHANGES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 21 May 1904

THE PROPOSED G. A. R. CHANGES. There are four (irand Army posts In this city—W. Hi smart post 80 at Cambrldgi port. Charles Beck post BO at Old Cambridge. John A. Logan post 18(1 at Cambridgeport and V. Steams Havls post .IT at East Cambridge Each has its own separate headquarters at present. Year by year the membership is decreasing and the burden of expense Is growing harder and harrt-r to bear, hi fact, post 50 will soon be compelled to give up Its hall, as the building ill which It Is located is to be devoted to other uses, making It necessary in this case for the post to find a new home. The agitation for one hall for all the posts has been going on for some time, but the present seems the most opportune time for a combination of interest?. I luring Mayor McNamee's term, an offer of the old. unused Steams schoolhouse was. made to the ilrand Army posts for their headquarters, and lately committees from the four posts got together and voted to accept the city's offer, providing t...

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BLACKMER FITZGERALD ... [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 21 May 1904

BLACKMER FITZGERALD ... Klmet E. ltlackman. whose strenuous efforts to find his Hl-year-old daughter l , Grace, and her lover. John V. Fitzgerald; in Cambridge the past week have brought hlin into prominence, Is under arrest at station 2, Hint city. He was taken by patrolman Ellis on the charge of larceny of $123 from the Paul Raymond Company of East Cambridge, for which he worked sonic time ago. , About two months ago Mr. Raymond reported to the police that Blackmail had disappeared with .5123 belonging to nlm Blackmiin. It Is sold"! kept out of the way and finally went to Phllndel'ihla. He decided to settle there, having sncuri d work", and' began to make arrangements to take his family on there with him. Last week he appeared In Cambridge nnd assisted his wife In packing their furniture, so ns to be ready lo depart last Saturday morning. Ills daughter. (Jrace, did not waul to go find left the house. 2 llnrold place. I'rldny evening on sfltne pretext, and Hme Jief-'pni-eiiis have ...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 21 May 1904

Water Notice. Up!j}b& CAMBRIDGE. To Users of Hand Hose In view of the present low level of Ihe water In Fresh Pond and the Improbability of tilling the pond during tlie present season, tlie Water Boavu is compelled to reduce the hours for hand hose, on premises where the water supply Is not metered, to TWO HOURS PER DAY, viz., FROM 5 ""j 7 O'CLOCK P. M. The hose must be used with a nozzle not exceeding 3-10 of iiiiliichlndiauieter.nnd while so used must be :eld In tbe hand of a person on tbe premises of tlie water taker. The use of lawn sprinklers is not permitted except upon metered premises. Users of hose ate earnestly requested not to exceed the prescribed hours and thus prevent the necessity or enforcing the provisions of the city ordinance, which provide for cutting off tbe water, and a fine not exceeding ten dollars In case of violation of the same. Per order. Cambridge Water Board, WALTER H. HARDING. Clerk. EDWARD LP. GRAHAM 6EOR6E S. R. McLEAN ARCHITECTS 26 BRATT...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 21 May 1904

lOSTON ELEVATED RAILWAY CO. Time Table ot Cambridge Division. Subject to Change without Notice ARLINGTON CENTRE TO ADAM* SQ.—(via. Beacon St.), 4.30, 5.17, A. M., 15 and 20 mlv. to 11.20 P. M. Night service (to Adams Sq., via Harvard Sq.l 11.37 P. 31., 12.07, 12.37, 1.07, 1.37, 2.37, 3.37, 4.42, A. M. Suuday-(froui Arlington Heights). T. 02 A. Jl., 20 and 30 mm. to 11.15 P. M. ARLINGTON HEIGHTS TO SUBWAY—S.OI A. M.. 5, 8, 15 and 20 mln. to 11.21) (11.30 to Adams Sq.) P. M. Sunday—fl.ol, 8.31 A. M., 10 and 15 mln. to 11.20 (11.30 to Adams Sq.) P. M. HARVARD SQ. (EAST CAMBRIDGEI TO CITY POINT-5.20 A. M., 8, 10 and 20 mln. to 11.30 P. M. Sunday—7.24 A. M., and 10, 15 and 20 mln. to 11.30 P. M. HARVARD SQ. TO SUBWAY. VIA BROADWAY—(LIS A. M.. 30 mln. to 11.12 P. M. Sunday-8.18 A. M., 30 mln. to 11.18 P. M. — HENRY ST. (CAMBRIDGEPORT), TO MASS.»'.'|:is|.:its AVE.—'.4B A. M., 12 mln. to 11.48 P. M. Sunday-8.12 A. M., 12 mln. to 11.48 P. M. MT. AUBURN TO SOUTH STATION AND HOWE'S WHAHI'. VIA...

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LOCAL BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 21 May 1904

LOCAL BREVITIES. Wednesday afternoon I'atrlcK M. Buckley. 3T years old. of I'M Spring street, employed by P. OTtiordan at the Atlaa Stores, 808 Congress street, South Boston, was thrown Into the water by being struck by a heavy timber. He was rescued by a fellow-work-man, but he received Injuries to his left hip which necessitated his removal to the City Hospital. Albert Helmout of Medford won a decision over Young N'udeau ol Cambridge Wednesday night at the Cambridge A. A. after a fast tight of 10 rounds. Both men were on their feet at the clone of the contest, but Helniont seemed to retain the lead all through. Xadeau proved that be could take severe punishment. In the preliminaries Will yuinn of Cambridge defeated Jack Williams of that city lit three roundH. Young Kury of Boston and (leorge Kgan of Cambridge went six rounds to a draw, l'olo Mills of Somervllle beat Hill HelTernan of Cambridge in two rounds. On Wednesday Harry l-'elnsteln of Cambridge was given a verdict of s,"&am...

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CENTRAL LABOR UNION. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 21 May 1904

CENTRAL LABOR UNION. At the meeting of the Cambridge Central Labor union held at Its hall on Suiiilay liisf the following resolves were unanimously passed' Whereas, It has come to our notice tiiat the grocery and provision clerks are making an effort to secure Wednesday afternoons during the mouths of June, July. August and September. as one of the means of shortening their hours of labor; ami Whereas. We believe such action on their part Is nothing but what Is within their rights and an act of Justice to n body of men who work unusual hours; therefore be It Resolved, That we the delegates of the Cambridge C. L. I.. In meeting assembled, endorse the movement of the clerks to secure h half holiday during the summer months: nnd. be It further Resolved. Tha. we call upon ah organized lalsir to assist the movement In every manner possible. The following wns also passed: Resolved, That the Central Labor Union of Cambridge endorses the strike of the Union Palntera of Cninii'lii ami Somerv...

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BEFORE BOARD OF HEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 21 May 1904

BEFORE BOARD OF HEALTH. Chief Casey of the tire department was before the board of health on Wednesday evening to explain why the recommendations of the sanitary in spertor have not been complied with in engine houses Nos. ,", and 11. The chief cxplalnod that hp did not think thpse recommendations were necessary, and that he could not put his hand Into the city treasury and get all the money that wns needed to make repairs as recommended. He also thought thnt thcrp was a little something behind this, and the matter was laid on the table until the members of the board could Investigate, as the chairman had not personally seen the premises, although Hr. Weeks had.

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FOR CAMBRIDGE FANS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 21 May 1904

FOR CAMBRIDGE FANS. The strong Auburn baseball team of Cambridge champions of the Amateur Suburban leneue for tlm/spnsnn of 100ri, Will open the season with the crack Aggregation from the St. Alphonsus Athletic association of Roxbury, on Ihe Auburn athletic Held, corner of. Brookllnc and Erie streets Saturday, May 88, A good game Is expected its the contestants nre vpry evenly matched On Monday afternoon, May RO, tne followers *f baseball will have a chance to sec a team on the same Held, the equal of which has not b-ee seen 111 Cambridge for some time. Tids team is the Atlantic* of Qtincy and has tlip i ird of defeating the champion Ijulncy team of the Quliioy leniriie. For this game the management has extended 'in invitation to tlie Hon. John H, H, McNnniee. to throw Hip ftpat ball. The game will lip called at WW sharp.

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R. M. T. S. 34—C. E. H. S. 1. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 21 May 1904

R. M. T. S. 34—C. E. H. S. 1. I'lie lllnilsi' Manual Triilnlni: School ti'iuit defeated' tlie Sa-irTbrlrlge English Kuril nine Inst MoßUny by the orerwholralng score of-W to i, Every man on llu; Irn'iiluir ton in secured tit least one lilt, while MeCrehan and Beckel scored four oncli. The support ir'v •■ Ad.itns of llio It. M. T. S., WHS inaguliioi'iit. a* ho wns hit quite bard at times, MeCrehiin plnycd llio slur game for |{. M. T. S. niid It tuny be easily said that taa is the beat player on tbe tenni. Hl* Held work I* very I*llll nnd nent while his batting 1* unexcelled by nny mnn In the triangular league. If the team continues to piny tills style of bull It looks ns though the Somervllle High tenni will gel nn nwful rub on .Tune 17.

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NORTH CAMBRIDGE NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 21 May 1904

NORTH CAMBRIDGE NEWS .Tamos nnlllgher, n fnst linll player. Is covering thlnl hasp for l.ynn In good style. He was credited with excellent playing by last Sunday's Globe, making n triple play, nnnsslst- ril, lv tlie glum- agulust Mil ford on Saturday. Jluimle is doing considerable umpiring for the liigli sc-uool it'iiins. Ills fiilr decisions ■•iirulug tlie esteem ot tbe players. Newtowne hall was tbe scene of h very pretty uffulr 011 Friday evening of last week, the occasion bclug ladies' night of tlie Knights of Columbus. Whist bus enjoyed from X to 111, nnd beautiful prizes went to tbe fol lowing persous: First Indies, Miss Kline; second, Miss Mary Slien; Fr. Kelly captured gentlemen's lust prize while ThoniUH lloolnu wiih nwiirded second. William Walsh bud to be satisfied with consolation prize. Kefrcshmeuts were served shortly after ten o'clock, after wbicb dauclug was enJoyed until v lute hour, Hubert's orchestra dispensing excellent music. The little fairy girls who played th...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 21 May 1904

FUEL COAL AND WOOD. GENERAL OFFICES am) WHARtES: IWStJa Strait, GMkrld|i BRANCH OFFICES. C'AttBBIDUK 1336 Massachusetts Avenue, Boston Harvard S<i , «*4 Mass. J27 Cambridge Avenue, Central Sq. Street I I ii no Mcdonald & co. House Painting, Graining, Paper Hanging, Glazing, Interior Decorating. OFFICE,... 22 ELIOT STREET. Tel. Cambridge 544-2- Shop, 22 Church St W. H. Holt's Old Stand. fcHKS. HTKINS St CO. PAPER HAMERS, WHmilUNe. KALSOMININB, TINTING, WHITEWASHING. Exterior and Interior Decorating. MM Pipst Mouldings, Painting, Gluing, ne. 27-99 Prospect Street, CAMBRIDGKPORT. gaf-Noar Central flq. Tel. JfM Cambridge H. J. SHAW, Successor to Miller & Shaw, Manufacturer of Portable Steam Hoisting Engines, Hammers, Nippe-s, etc., for i'Ue Driving; Bolts, Trusses, and other Iron Work fok Bridges and Buildings. MACHINERY FOR HOISTIK6 ICE, Hydraulic Presses and General Machinery. Special attention paid to Machine and Automobile Repalrlne. Cor. Sixth Str...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 21 May 1904

THOMAS F. MARTIN PLUMBER 33 Myrtle Avenue, Cambridge, Mass TEL. • • CAMB. 692-3 THE Aram Portrait Co. —OF— 160 Tremont St., Boston HAKE A SPECIALTY OF HIGH GRADE PORTRAITURE J. H. H. MriMlsEE, President and Treasurer : —- ,- .... „■ ■ ~ _ % Telephone Connection. G. W. LINDSAY , Caterer Wcdciings, Parties, Balls, etc., given special attention. Order* by Mail Promptly Attended to. TS Icheol St., Cambrlddeport. Connected by Telephone. 1311-S Casnbrldge 339-t ENOS & HOLMES, Wholesale and Retail Dealer* In Hay, Grain & Feeds 97 Concord Avenue —AXl>--374 River Street, CAMBRIDQE. HASS. Reycroft Pharmacies Mass. Avenue, Cor. Brookhne Street, Mass. Avenue, Cor. Porter Road. CAMBRIDGE, MASS. Porter's Hotel NORTH CAMUUIDIiE. Rooms and Board Transients Accommodated. Telephone Connection. Jig aawinav&pifrurnlng Kami Sewing an J Moulding ISAAC McLEAN, OFFIOE AND STORE FIXTOWEB Interior Woodwork. 91 and S3 i.im-mibk Br. . . Bostoh, atass Thomas P. O'N...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 21 May 1904

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