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CAMBRIDGE FIELD BATHS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 28 May 1904
CAMBRIDGE FIELD BATHS. There has bi-.'n a great deal of tail; of lute as to the reason why the shower baths situated in the "shelter" on Cambridge tield have not been opened to th? public. It 1« well known thnt the oily spent $3800 last year to put this Improvement into that section of the park system, and people are now asking why this sum of money was spent and everything made ready to give to the residents of that section of the city the benefits te&gt; which they are entitled. The reason is a very simple one: The Non-partisan machine will not allow the money to be appropriated to give them this feature which has been promised for so long. It will cost about svjissi to do this. OS there will have to be both a male and a female attendant during the year. Are the Non-partisans so short-sighted that they will play politics lust because tbe park board happens to have a majority of Its members of the Democratic party and will not allow them the appropriation to spend that is n...
A NEW SIDE PRESENTED [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 28 May 1904
A NEW SIDE PRESENTED The unqualified statement made by the water board and the Non-partisan machine that Cambridge could realize nothing from the Etobbs nnd Stony bTOOka reservoirs if we went into the Metropolitan water system has been, like many other confident statements made by these same parties, proven to lie a fallaev by Councilman Wood In his Investigations Into this manysided question. Hy letters which he read on Tuesday evenl-.; from the mayor of Waltham he proved that thnt City would consider the purchase of these basins and the pipes which are now laid by Cambridge through that town should we desire to sell. This but proves more strongly than ever that the water board has never taken the Interests of the city into conslleration in Its endeavor to jiush the pipe line order through, and also strengthens the contention of the councilman from WTird 10 that the whole matter should be thoroughly-Investigated I y a competent committee before the ity spends nny more money nn this...
COUNCILMEN HOGAN AND DINAN. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 28 May 1904
COUNCILMEN HOGAN AND DINAN. We are very sorry to see these two councilmen break away from the solid ranks of the Democratic minority In the common council this week and vote for those things which need very careful looking Into before any Democrat casts his vote for them. Councilman Dovrner'l order asking for Information from the superintendent of streets as. to what was to be done with the large unexpended balances from various appropriations Is one which should be passed and the whole matter thoroughly understood before the Democrats vote to hive any lionded Indebtedness Incurred. It is well known that various departments of the city are v e ry short of funds, nnd there Is a feeling that the Non-partisans are not sincere in this matter, but that there will be enough left from this desired $no.onn to help out some departments where the party In power has been carrying., out pet probers t &gt; benefit themselves or their party and at a serious outlay to the taxpayers. The De...
ERNEST M. CLARK. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 28 May 1904
ERNEST M. CLARK. W'p are very pleased to commend tlie nomination of Krnest M. Clark as a number of the board of health to lill the vacancy caused by the resignation of Goodwin a. isenberg. As it was not possible, under the present order of things, to have a .Democrat nominated for the position we are pleased that in this the mayor has selected a man of htness and with Qualifications for the place. There Is now a lawyer and a physician on the board and the placing of a sanitary engineer of the capabilities of Mr. Clark should make a very complete board. If he is left to do his work as his duty In the premises calls for and the Non-partisan mac bine does not attempt to force him to do these things which we fear they will, we are sure that Mr. Clark will reflect credit on himself and the city, of which he is an honored part. We shall watch his course with a great deal of interest.
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 28 May 1904
With the police department "reorganized" on political tinea to snl* He Neii-partisan machine, or what there is left of It, would not It be a good idea now to so reorganize the force so as to rid the city of just a few of the petty thieves who are taking about everything that Is not nailed within our precincts. They have become so bold that not only clothes-lines are despoiled and empty buildings and occupied premises are looted almost every day, but they now carryoff motor cycles in sections which would necessitate making several trips. Those who have invthlng left are hoping that after the thieves get abort everything In sight that they will please move to seek fields afresh and pastures new before they begin to carry off the buildings under the eyes of the 'reorganized" force. It looks to us very much as If thf Non-partisan machine wished to kill the order for the Increase of permnnem men in the tire department. At the meeting of the committee on Are de. partment this week It was ...
FEGAN FOR MILES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 28 May 1904
FEGAN FOR MILES. Joseph A. Fegnn, one of the bright young Democrats of Ward 10. and who was a candidate for the common council from that ward on the Democratic ticket Inst fall. Is ton:ing the New England States, making speeches for lieiieral Miles for president. Last week Friday evening he spoke in Holyoke. Mass., and on Thursday evening of the present week he spoke at Manchester. Conn., before the Hearst 'Democratic Club of that town. In a letter to the SENTINEL Mr. Fennu says that he hears very little sentiment now anywhere in his travels regarding Hearst, but that ulney still holds dear to the hearts of the people, but that Miles' name is well received, nnd that he thinks that the general will stand as good chance as a dark horse before the St. Louis convention. .Mr. Fegail will return home about the middle of .lime, and expects to speak at a large meeting to be held In the interests of Miles at about that time in Boston.
NORTH CAMBRIDGE V. F. A. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 28 May 1904
NORTH CAMBRIDGE V. F. A. Th,e Deluge F.ngiiie 1% belne put In first-class condition for the Gloucester muster, which will be held .lune 17. The association will make ,i good showing In the parade. For iiuslc they will have their own drum.-corps with Ulchard Can- ns bugler. Members who Intend to so will attend the next meeting, which will be held dune 12. at l'.:!0 p. m.
BOLD "YEGG" MAN. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 28 May 1904
BOLD "YEGG" MAN. While Mrs. Powell of i'.iiT Main Btreai was clearing her table at il..'Ul o'clock on Tuesday morning, after her husband's departure to work, her 'mention was aitraeted by a noise i:i the parlor. Intent upon Investigating she stepped across the kitchen, when she was confronted by a young men v Ith a revolver In one hand and he- pocketbook containing her husband's week's salary In the other. Without a wnid. he covered her with the weapon, while he opened the door and made.his escape down four flights of stairs Regaining her voice, after bis exit, slnscreained. attracting the aitentlon c.f the other occupants of the house, but It was too late to apprehend the thief. She describes him as boiiig a young. man dressed in dark clothes with darlt "sneakers" on.
ON HE BOARD OF HEALTH [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 28 May 1904
ON HE BOARD OF HEALTH Krnest W. Clark, who. was nominated t.i be a member of the board of health ley Mayor Italy, was iKirn In Rockland, Me., in 185S, Kb came to Cambridge with his parents In ISUH. He attended the schools of Rockland and Cambridge, and after leaving school spent three years at sea in the fruit trade between Boston and Mediterranean ])orts. He he id the position of second Officer on leaving the sea. lie learned the trade of plumbing In Cambridge, and after ten years, in is*.",, started in business for himself at Harvard square, where he has been established for ill years. He Is a member of Mt. Olivet Lodge and other Masonic bodies, and of the Odd Fellows, and Is vice-president of the Master numbers' Association. Ills home Is at !&gt; Sumner street " KRXRST M. CLARK, appointed by .Mayor Daly t» tin? Board nf Health.
BOARD OF HEALTH PERMITS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 28 May 1904
BOARD OF HEALTH PERMITS. At tlie meeting if the board of health of Wednesday evening the following permits were granted: James 11. Hrogan. 14 Sherman street. 8 COWa: Kdward I. Clarke. 14." Mt Auburn street. 4 cows; Lawrence Dempsey, 4 Hell court. 1 cow; John Fitzgerald, si Winter street. 1 row; I'atrlck (ilennon. 4 Valentine street. 5 cows: Mary A. E. Green, in Sibley street. 3 cows: Patrick Hartley, 1.l Tut'tle street. 4 cows: Timothy Hlckey. 1)7 Concord avenue, 2 cows; Alberta M. Houghton. 0 Bond street. 1 cow; C. T. Jennings. SS Brooklliu&gt; street. IT cows; Dennis O'Keefe. 8 Wood street. 8 cows: Mnry Anne Lineban, 1480 Cambridge street, 2 cows: Frank it. McDonald, attorney. 048 Mt. Auburn street. 1 cow; John Mclliigh. 189 Cassal lane. 12 cows; Geo, D. Mcr rill, S2o Louisville avenue, 1 cow; I'atrlck Magan, 3.14 Concord avenue. 3 cows; Stephen W. Driver, 03 Brattle street. 2 cows; Sullivan N'lles, 91 Washington avenue, 2 cows; John F. O'Brien, SS Sparks street. 2 cows. T...
R. M. T. S., 5-MALDEN, 2. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 28 May 1904
R. M. T. S., 5-MALDEN, 2. On Wednesday afternoon the it. M. T. S. baseball nine secured a victory over the Maiden high school team in a very closely contested game Beckett pitched a tine game for It. M. T. S. and the Held work of Kasley. Murphy and McColhan was of a high order. Ip to the seventh Inning It was a very difficult problem to pick the winning team. However, the eighth turned thf trick when It. M. T. S. rallied and made It runs. Tlie attendance was 8000.
LADIES AUXILIARY NO. 28. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 28 May 1904
LADIES AUXILIARY NO. 28. A large and pleasant meeting of Ladles' Auxiliary. Division 88, A. 0, 11.. of Harvard square, wrs held on Tuesday evening in C A. it. Hall. .Since Its organization some two and onehalf years ago. this auxiliary, under the able direction of President Miss Mary o'llara. has been rapidly Increasing in membership and popularity. This Is manifested by the fact that on Tuesday evening a class initiation of eighteen new members was held, increasing the membership to over ,800, The three degrees were conferred by the degree team of Division 17 of this city, of which Mrs. Dwyer I-. president. The special guest of the occasion was Hon. .lolui H. H. McNamee. After the working if the degrees a sumptuous table was spr"rvl in the banquet hall. During the Hipper interesting and instructive speeceT's were made uy exMay ir McNamee. Mr. T. W. Haley, vice-president of Division 81; Mr. o'llara. treasurer of Division 21: Mrs. Dwyer. president of Ladies' Auxiliary. No. 17. and Mr...
DAVID GARRICK [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 28 May 1904
DAVID GARRICK Brattle hall was packed with an enthusiastic audience on Thuredny evening, the o.'cnslon being the presentation of "David Oarrlck" for the benefit of the Cambridge Social Inlon. The title role was very ably handled by Hubert Hazen. nnii his portrayal of the great actor was applauded to the echo. lie was very nbly supported by a wellbalanced company, following being the cast of characters: David Derrick, distinguished actor of Drury Lune theatre, London, Mr. Hinzen; Simon Ingot, alderman of the dty of London. Mr. I. Wetmove; A'ln Ingot, bis daughter. In love with Mr. (larrlck. Miss Florence Herman: Lord Ulc.hard Chivy, his nephew. Mr; I". A. Brlttaln: Samuel Smith, of the firm Of Smith. Smith oV Co.. Cheapslde. Mr. It. Ilogan; Mrs. Smith, his wife. Miss Pearl Perkins; Mr, Brown, silk merchant. Mr. J. L. King: Miss Arnmin:a Brown, a literary lady. Miss Ina Goodwin: Mr. Iteglnald Jones. In love with Ml«s Brown. Mr. G. Streckcr; Thomas, Ingot's footman, Mr. Frnnk chnlloupe...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 28 May 1904
ORIENTAL TEA COMPANY Sola Importer! of Oriental Mule Barry J»y» • bMt tiuiTee known.) Tea* ami Coffeea to iutt every pur*# aad every ta*te retail*"! at wholehulu prices. OoodaalwayeuDifonn.alwaye pure. Kxtiii dhotce goods a epeolalty. Sign Illg Tea Kettle, Scollay square, Boston. THE Aram Portrait Co. —OF— 160 Tremont St., Boston MAKE A SPECIALTY OF HIGH GRADE PORTRAITURE J. H. H. McMAMEE, President and Treasurer Thomas P. O'Neil, JOBBING AND BUILDING MASON, L,lc«r»assd Drain Layer. 02 Montgomery St. ■lobbing Promptly Attended to. Telephone, Mil -t &lt;';nnbrl&lt;lge. WALTER C. WARDWELL Deputy Sheriff Auctioneer OFFICE, 649 Massachusetts Avenue Auclair &amp; Carlson, PAINTERS, DECORATORS, HARD WOOD FINISHERS, O i/ii.t: Wliitenilig and Tinting CsltlSfCS. Shop, 14 Harvard Street, n S D t fe t t"»sfioSl'!'?'! Cambridgeport, Ms.s. EDWARD LP. 6RAHAM GEORGE S, R. McLEAN ARCHITECTS 26 BRATTLE STREET Carpenters and Builders 19 WESTERN AVENUE Telephone 205-4 GEORGE DO...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 28 May 1904
BOSTON ELEVATED RAILWAY CO. Time Table of Cambridge Division. Subject to Change without NoUce ARLINCTON CENTRE TO ADAMS Sg,—(via Beiieon St.). -t.HO. 5.17, A. M., 15 aud 20 mlv. to 11.20 P. M, Night service (to Adam- Sc|, via Hurvui'd Si).l 11.37 P. M., 12.0T, 12..'i7, 1.07. 1.37, 2.37, 3.37, 4.42. A. M. Sundny-lfi'oin Arlington Heights), 7,n2 A. Jl.. 20 and 30 mln. to 11.15 P. M. AHLINIiTON HEIGHTS TO SUB-WAV-5.01 A. M„ 5, 8, 15 and 20 mln. to 11.20 (11.30 to Adams Sq.) P. M. Sunday—o.ol. 6.81 A. M., io and 15 mln. to 11.20 (11.80 to Adams Sq.l P. M. HARVARD SQ. (EAST CAMBRIDGE! TO CITY POINT—S.2O A. M.. 8, 10 and 20 mln. to 11.80 P. M. Sunday—7.24 A. M., and 10. 15 and 20 mln. to 11.30 P. M. HARVARD SQ. TO SCBWAY, VIA BROADWAY—IIB A. .\L. 30 mln. to 11.12 P. M. Siinday-8.18 A. M.. 30 mm. to ,11.18 P. M. HENRY ST. (CAMURIDIIEPORT), TO MASSACiiI'SI'ITS AVE.—S.4B A. M.. 12 mm. to 11.48 P. M. Sunday—B.l2 A. M.. 12 mln. to 11.48 P. M. MT. AI'BFRN TO SOUTH STATION AND ROWE'S WHARF, VIA ...
LOCAL BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 28 May 1904
LOCAL BREVITIES. There will lis three l'eimlirlil|[» glna graduate from Vassar Cottage next mouth' In the class of 1804. These are Margaret liigrnhiim. Norma Waterlmry. ami Ids Whiteside. Arrangements are now under way to have a large hody of the members of Mt. Olivet lodge. F. aud A. M.. accept the Invitation of the Masoule lodge lv Chatham. Mass., to an outing 111 that historic town to extend over a period of three days. It Is now contemplated that the members of the bulge will go down some Friday afternoon In June and stay until the following Monday nud that they will have a thoroughly good time Is to be expected. All the testimony has been token In tue hearings ' l&gt;r abatement of taxes before the county commissioners In East Cambridge and iirgi.niouts will be commenced by counsel ou June 2. A large number of the Mends ana rein. tiros of John S. linhui of Antrim street Joined with him In celebrating his 80th leirtliiliiy last Silmlny. He was the recipient nf several co...
NORTH CAMBRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 28 May 1904
NORTH CAMBRIDGE. The St, John's Juvenile C. T. A. Society held 1U druwlng coldest' Tuesday evening, May 24. Arthur Mouahau of Illndgc avenue won tbe $5 gold piece' and Kdward Arseneaux wuh a warded a $2.50 gold society badge for disponing of the largest number of tickets. Hurry Breen Is receiving a great amount of praise for hlx courage lv rescuing a man from drowning lv the "Arty" last week. The bus.'hull team of motormeu and conductor* of tbe North Cambridge ear stables defeated their brethren from Field's Corner 12-7 Wednesday mnrnlug on Rlndge* l Field. ' The funeral of Mrs. Alice Coyle, one of the oldest residents of Cnmbrldge, occurreu Thursday morning. „ Requiem high' mass was celebrated nt St. John's Chapel by Father Mcf'ool. Interment was at Rlndge Avenue Cemetery. Deceased was wife of Terence Coyle, whose death occurred five mouths ago. it has been nuiiouneed that the annual lawn'party will be held by Hie people of St. Peter's parish on June 2."fh. Several entirely new eve...