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THE CONTINGENT FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 4 June 1904

THE CONTINGENT FUND. It is well known to everyone who i 3 | at all conversant with the present con- ! dltlon of affairs in the city that the Non-partlsnn party has conducted the rtnanclal affairs of this municipality in such a manner as tv have "deposited themselves In a large county." In other words, they are "up against it" In more ways than one. The contingent fund, which generally suffices for all extraordinary expenses during the I year, has been exhausted In less than , Aye months, and it was necessary last Tuesday evening to pass nn order placing *10,000 additional in this fund. We spoke last week of the difficulties In several of the departments, and we say again that a party which is looking for personal graft Instend of the best interests of the city will always "be up against it" when it has charge of the finances. When will the taxpayers realize this? We hope the day Is not far distant. I

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NORTH CAMBRIDGE SUBWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 4 June 1904

NORTH CAMBRIDGE SUBWAY. It looks now as though Councilman O'Neil's order for a subway passage under the tracks of the Fltehburg Railroad in North Cambridge would go through, for It has the promise of a sumeienr number of votes to pass It. This order wns put In early In The sea- son. but has slumbered In the finance committee fur reasons best known to the Non-partisans, although little chlldren who are obliged to go the half a mile or more around by the bridge hnve been picked up by pollcomeqt in a very serious condition In the extreme cold weather. We hope now thnt the order will be passed and this much-needed improvement made and the silly measures used to kill it given up. Just because theorder was offered by"a Democrat and lie lias worked hard to have It passed Is no reason for the majority to try to keep this necessary Improvement from being used. This cut shows a view of fhe proposed new building for fne Cambridge You ng Women » Christian Association. As a part ol what Is now n...

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AT LEAST ACTING SQUARE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 4 June 1904

AT LEAST ACTING SQUARE. We are glad to see that Councilman Monk, even If he does occasionally tly off the handle and forget whnt ho Is talking about, takes a Stand In favor of the "tinder dog." one good net of tho henrt is worth teij times as many brilliant twists of the brain, and we believe that when the councilman frojii Troy gets up in the council chamber and says Mr. Wood should hnve a hearing, ho Is atoning for a multitude of sins. , Councilman Monlt Is tho only man so far who has evinced n desire to really know If there Is or Is not anything In whnt. Mr. Wood saya. We don't know how Mr. Monk feels about the conduit and wo don't tfiiow wheTiior or tint he tajaar* the Investigation. Sobody knows what Councilman Monk la going to do until he' does It. We do !<now, however, thnt no party atid no mnn with a big heart can ever criticise him for making a fight for free speech In the council chamber.-Rut take warning. Mr. Monk, If you aro A true Nonbhrtlsan (?). you must be...

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PAPA TALKS TO WILLIE. (With apologies to everybody.) [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 4 June 1904

PAPA TALKS TO WILLIE. (With apologies to everybody.) Don't bother papa. Willie, Papa is reading. Can you not see that papa Is reading? No. papa does not know what he Is reading. He thinks he Is rending a long column of figures and an ar-gu-meut. Willie must not ask what the figures prove, l'apa does not know what the ligures mean or say, but he Is con- 11-dcnt that ev-cry-thing Is all right because Mr. Cottin says so. Mr. Collin Is a nice man and needs the money. Yes, Mr. Cottin was hired by the wnter board to write the ligures. so litis Im-par -tlnl. No. Mr. Cottin will lay the con-du-it for nothing. He does not like money. Only vulgar people like money. It will be a great big con-du-lt. It will be many, many miles long. But It will be nice. What will It con? I do not know, my child. Nobody knows but toe water board, and they won't tell. Pro- bab-ly not more than one mll-llon dollars, but it Is not real money, Willie, it Is only make believe money, so it does not make any dif-fer-e...

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WORK FOR THE UNDERTAKER. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 4 June 1904

WORK FOR THE UNDERTAKER. So Sammy Elmore is going to run for the b.oard next year! And what about Alderman Lake? He is to be brushed aside. I suppose. Brush away Sammy. And try. my boy. to brush aside that avalanche of Democratic votes which will help to make your life and the life of the very partisan party of which you are secretary, miserable. Well, well: Did you ever hear of the elder Mrs. Partington? I wonfd. observe In closing this requiem mass that the only really thoughtful thing the .Non-partisans did last fall was to include in their dramatis personae an undertaker. Dust to ilustl

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THE TRIBUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 4 June 1904

THE TRIBUNE. We like to read the Tribune. We enjoy reading the Tribune, because it is ho very funny. It Is not only funny, but ft Is an excellent practical exponent of Tie manly arfcSf heafthful exercise: We refer more particularly to fence vaulting. Jumping from one side of the fence to the other Is excellent exercise. It being more especially valuable lor the shoulder and back muscles. It strengthens the backbone—we don't think. What has amused us most recently Is the fence Jumping In regard to the mo- tlon by Mr. Wood for an investigation i of the water question. After the first bomb was exploded By Mr. Wood the "Town (1 'er'' of the "Tribune announced that it was a first rate move and that the wnter supply committee should return the veriTM. "ought to pass." It maintained that an Investigation would do no harm and inlgTit do some good, ' and even went so far as to suggest passible names for the committee of Investlitattoß, The following weeS, as a result of visits from {he Water...

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ALDERMAN CARSTEIN. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 4 June 1904

ALDERMAN CARSTEIN. Alderman Cnrsteln. who Tfßs not occupied the centre of'the stage for some little (lino, has agnln come before the footlights as the champion o* the true spirit of Non-partlsanshlp. Last Tuesday night the alderman re. fused to allow the appropriation for tho conduit to pass before going to the j finance committee. We understand that the alderman Is sick of this child's play nnd In pretty nearly ready to have the whole subject Investigated. It would | not be at all unlike Alderman Carsteln to take a decided stand for investigation.

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 4 June 1904

fiovernor Bates has vetoed several measures this year which have called upon his head more or less of censure from the public, but there has been none which will compare with his veto of the bill to prohibit women and children working In mills at night. Of course, the large campaign contributions of the cotton mill owners was not taken into consideration, and it was for the Interests and welfare of mothers and future mothers of the State that this veto was made. And this Is the year that the water board prophesied would be a "dry year." It is only another sample of the manner of doing business by this board. It Is about all guesswork with them If one is to Judge by the misstatement that it makes.

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SUCCESSFUL MAY PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 4 June 1904

SUCCESSFUL MAY PARTY. The long-talked-of May party under the auspices of Fr. Mat hew and Indies' Temperance Societies. In aid of the building fund, was held in Institute hall. Friday nlgfYt. about -HKi being present. The affair was in every way enjoyable. Condlt's orchestra furnished music and among the Invited guests were several members of St. Joseph T. S. A. of Boston and Rev. Frs. Dttrean and lUgglns. The concert was from 8 to 0. and dancing from .'> until 2. Tho order of dances contained 24 i ligures. The officers were: Floor marshal. Edward B, Uaughan: floor director. Hugh P. O'ltouke: assistant. Miss Helen Dwyer: aids. Charles Brown. Stephen O'Connor, William More, Mary Kelly. Katherlne Mansfield, Anna Newman. Thomas Tooniey. Francis Welch. John O'Connor, William Mar- ' tin. Nora McCarty. Margaret Ryan, Katlierine McArdle. Daniel O'Brien, .1. ! Mcfnrty. William O'Brien. Margaret O'Brien and Annie Began. The reception committee was: .Tohii Brownrgg. Charles (ionnley...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 4 June 1904

-- Thomas Onrglll of Thorndike street Is receiving congratulations from his ' ni.uitirjffids. he having been awarded J,the and blue ribbon at the Boston work horse pnrado hold May •'lo. This makes the second year he has taken the blue ribbon. The Special prize which was offered by the needier Draft Spring Company for the best four-horse team In the truckmen's class wns gained by Mr. Carglll. and be was also awarded a eertlllcato ns a qualified driver and a diploma for his employers. J. S. Hlllard <* Son, who do the teaming for the Hevere Sugar Itellnory, Mr. Oarglll having worked for that llfm I.T years. Workmen were busy Thursday re- ■ pairing the paving,on Cnmbrldge street . between Fourth and Fifth streets. ! caused by a burst water pipe. The car track" at this point were undermined for several feet.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 4 June 1904

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 4 June 1904

ORIENTAL TEA COMPANY Sola Importers of Oriental Mats Berry J»t» beat miltee known.! Tea' .mil Coffeen to null evjrv iiiirne ami every tme retailed at wbolemle prlit-a l.oort.ulwav.uniform, iilwayn |,nre. Kltru cli,,lre gnoila a anuria It jr. blgn big Tub Kettle. Scollay square, lloatua. T rTIT* Aram Portrait Co. —OF— 160 Tremont St., Boston MAKE A SPECIALTY OF HIGH GRADE PORTRAITURE J. H, H. McNAMEE, President and Treasurer Thomas P. O'Neil, JOBBIN6 AND BUILDING MASON, Llcemed Drain Layer. B2 Montgomery St. Jobbing Promptly Attended to. •*■-,, 872 -4 Cambridge. WALTER C. WARDWELL Deputy Sheriff r * -ANDAuctioneer OFKICtt, 649 Massachusetts Avenue Auclair & Carlson. PAINTERS, DECORATORS, HARD WOOD FINISHERS, Grazing, Whitening and Tinting Ceilings. Shop, 14 Harvard Cmbrldfcport, M*.«, EDWARD LP. GRAHAM . 6EOR6E S. R. McLEAN ARCHITECTS 26 BRATTLE STREET ft Kelley Hon Carpenters and Builders 19 WESTERN AVENUE T.l.phoa. 205-4 GEORGE DOUGLASS, Slate, Tin, Capper &...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 4 June 1904

BOSTON ELEVATED RAILWAY CO. Time Table of Cambridge Division. Subject to Change without Nclice ARLINGTON CENTRE TO .VPAMd SQ.—(via Beacon St.), 4.30, 5.17, A. M., IS nnd Ul) mln. to 11.21) P. M. Night service (to Adams Sq., via Harvard Sq.l 11.37 P. SI., 12.07, 12.37. 1.07, 1.37, 2.37, 3.37, 4.-12, A. M. Sundny—if roue Arlington Heights), 7.02 A. 31., 2» a»d SO mm. to 11.15 P. M. ARLINGTON" HEIGHTS TO *ÜB-WAY-5.01 A. M., 5, 8, 15 and & mln. to 11.20 (11.30 to Adamß Sq,> P- M. Sunday-0.01, 0.31 A. M.. 1(1 15 mm. to 11.20 (11.30 to Adams S«.) P. M. HARVARD SQ. (EAST CAMBRIDGE) TO CITY l'(/INT-5.2fl A. M., 8, 10 and 20 mm. to 11.3!) P. M. Sunday—7.24 A. M., add 10. 15 and 20 mm. to 11.30 P. M. HARVARD SQ. ifO SUBWAY. VIA BROADWAY—CM A. M.. 30 mln. to 11.12 P. M. Sund«y—B.lB A. M., 30 mm. to 11.18 P. M. HENRY ST*. (CAMBRIDGEPORT), TO MASSA'*I'I"SK'ITS AVE—"4B A. M., 12 mii>- to 11.48 P. M. Sunday-8.12 A. M.. lie mln. to 11.48 P. M. MT. AUBURN TO SOUTH S...

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LOCAL BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 4 June 1904

LOCAL BREVITIES. Tho North Cambridge Veteran Pitts* men's Association will hold Its monthly masting, Sunday. June 12. Tlit' petition of lln* Commonwealth GHut Company for a license at the old Niles slaughter house on Concord Avenue has been denied by the board of health. At the meeting of the board of health on Wednesday evening Dr. Weeks was elected chairman. The election was made'unanimous. The North Cambridge Veteran Firemen's Association have placed the assessment for the Gloucester muster June 17 at $1.25 for the round trip. This includes car fare and badge. Albert (J. Clukns, the eighteen year old son of Superintendent of Streets Ueorge 11. f'lukas. left on Thursday for St. Louis, where he has accepted a position with the Exposition. He says he Is ready to receive visitors from Cambridge at his place during the summer. The Auburn base ball club will play the Middlesex athletic club's strong nine on the Rrookllne street grounds today. As the Middlesex nine was the champion of l...

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NOTICE TO MARINERS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 4 June 1904

NOTICE TO MARINERS. On "ml utter .imio lOtb, 1004, Onnrle* lllvcr. nliovo the now liimlii'lilKiBridge, win be closed to nil re*wl* which will mil pnaa under CAMBRIDGE ltllinOK, tlirniifth the ninin channel under the middle utfjli, which inn in channel ima n clear heiid room nf '.'il foot nt iiicnti high wnter for n whllh of BO feot. PATRICK A. COM.ISI. AnUSTINK .1. DALY. E. D. I.KAVITT. I'nnihrldirc Krltlitc Commissioner* Mny Uth, 1904,

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 4 June 1904

k -twJCOAL AND I lt_Wi WOOD. ■ _ _1" J M llffl GENERAL OFFICES and WHARVES: m w M,in st,,,t ' c,|nb ' | ' j B e WkOM branch offices. lHUOMaaaai'liiißßtU Avenue, Boston _K2___iUi_l___ Harvard Sq , &24 Muss. 127 Cambridge Avenue, Central Sq. Street ESTABLISHED 1878. TELEPHONESi 578, 604-3 COLEMAN BROTHERS, f -DEALERS INCOAL AND WOOD. OFFICES: WHARVES: ISO MASSACHUSETTS AYE., CAMBRIOBEPORT. FIRST ST., EAST CAMBRIDGE. '0 BREEN STREET, BOSTON. ... 91 BROADWAY, CAMBRIDGEPORT. Anthracite and Bituminous Coal. CAMBRIDGEPORT, ■ - - - MASS. 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 Plttsfield, Fire Association, Philadelphia. | Mass. 671 Massachusetts Aye. Desirable Houses, Apartments and Stores for Rent. Cambridge Ice Co. j Cottage Parß Avenue, j North Cambridge. 1 fr j, Maker of Men's Garments At Moderate Prices. FRANK A. PEARSON, No. 9 CORNHI...

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REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE. JOHN F.JOHERTY Real Estate AMU Insurance Room 6 *VI I Massachusetts Avenue Cambridge, Han. GEORGE H. CARRICK, IEAL ESTATE and INSURANCE Telephone, 168-:* Cnmbrldge. iOA Brattle Street, Harvard Sq. CAMIUUDUE, MASS. George H. Mahady iuo<'f beor to John Mahiuly, Real Estate, Insurance & Mortgages OFFICES nt Maeeachueatte Avenue, itooin ai, Cambridge. _ . ' 19 SchoT.l at., Ruoin 4'/, Hoaton, Telephono, Main 31TV3. Residence, Ola Huron Aye., Cambridge. Estates Managed In an Honest nnd Economical Manner, HARRY DUSTiN JOLL Architect 671 Massachusetts Avenue, Rooms II and ia. CAMBRIDGE, MASS. Telephone, 955-7. j. Leo Mcdonald & co. House Painting, Graining, Paper Hanging, Guuing, Interior Decorating. OFFICE,... 22 ELIOT STREET. Tel. Cambridge 544-3. Shop, 13 Church St ' W. H. Holt's Old Stand. BUY THE SENTINEL OF D. B. Shaughnessy & Son BOOK STORE Newspapers, Stationery, Periodicals, Etc., Etc. 378 CAMBRIDGE STREET (O...

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