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DAVIS AND PARTY LINES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 18 June 1904
DAVIS AND PARTY LINES. When Alderman Imvls conies out and announces that he favors party lines we all know what's up. The alderman's reputation as a public-spirit-ed citizen Is not unassailable. It has always been "me tlrsl nnd then the city." Several times, in a manner no urn- knows how. Alderman Havls has •"got past" and landed on something easy. He seems so really Inoffensive. you know, thai a person Is quite deceived. In his present position ns an advocate of party lines we must Ilrst of al! remember that liavls by some accident was elected president of the Itepulillcan Club of Cambridge a short lime ago. It Is nt once seen, therefore, should the Non-partisan party go under that It would have Havls on top as the big gun. Ilow simple! It is safe to predict, however, If there should be only two parties next fall— liomocrat and Republican—thnt such n light-weight and inefficient little man would never get a Job as boss. Any pnrty needs a MA.X for a leader.
FOR STAY AT HOMES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 18 June 1904
FOR STAY AT HOMES. Councilman Wood's order for band imicerts during the summer months Is yi t another good move on tbe part of the councilman from Ward 10. When the city undertakes to spend «17mi for a fourth »f July celebration It does not »i em to be an exorbitant demand to ask for Jisiki to provide music all summer long for the people In the city who either cannot afford to take a vacation or prefer to remain In Cambridge. The chances are, however, that this order, like many other good orders, will be thrown down by the finance committee. The finance committee on one day preaches economy and on the next unwarranted extravagance. As is .usually-tho case, thu. poor uiau—will have to take the consequences. It would seem strange indeed to be without these concerts which we have had 'n past years, and It is to be accordingly hoped that the finance committee will report favorably mi the order.
CRONIN'S VOTE [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 18 June 1904
CRONIN'S VOTE _ People who believe Councilman Croiiin has boiled are mistaken. It is true that Councilman Cronin voted for the $180,000 loan order last Tuesday night in its first stage, but it was a mistake on the part of the councilman, a* he afterwards explained. Because Councilman Downey moved a suspension of rules that the most recent move or the Non-partisan might come up for a vote. Councilman Cronin was under the Impression that the order was to pass a second rending and then be killed. Councilman Cronln's name was among the first to be called on the vote, as he saw that the matter was killed without his announcing his desire to change his vote to assist In Its death. ■"- 5-
THE SEVENTEENTH. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 18 June 1904
THE SEVENTEENTH. The Seventeenth of June is obvious, ly dearer to the heart of the youngsters than ever before if we are to Judge from the racket on the great day Itself artil the days which proceeded the commendation of the Battle of Hunker It'll. In Boston the youngsters were held In check till 4 o'clock on the morning of the Seventeenth by the redoubtable Eminent, hut In Cambridge the old ones who don't begrudge the boys a good time don't mind if a big cracker docs go off right under their noses when least expected. We think, however, that the young, sters should not become too obstreperous and try to blow up all of General Bancroft's cars, on the day Itself we are to expect almost anything, but on the other days, designed for work It Is terribly startling to ride over one of these small bombs in shape of a blank cartridge and be scared out of one's senses. Between now and the Fourth, boys. b» Just a little careful because one indiscreet or careless ait may result In scaring a ho...
ANOTHER DISASTER. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 18 June 1904
ANOTHER DISASTER. What huiiian being can help shudderins at the very thought of that terrible disaster in New York harhor. Although the calamity was many, many miles frdui here our sorrow for the unfortunate people thrills us to the very core, even as though the disaster were at our. own very door. Think of it I In six. months' time there have been two monstrous disasters which together have envolved the loss of over a thousand lives. Both disasters have resulted from gross and criminal negligence on the part of those whom the law has given charge. The first great disaster was In Chicago, the second has taken place in New York, but pray God that such terrible ca la ma ties will come no nearer home
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 18 June 1904
Thai Representative lVahoily does not take a very .high position among his confreres In the house Is shown by the following from Practical Politics: —ivni.ody „r Cambridge, who labored un-.il.-r iln- disadvantage of succeeding' s very conspicuon* legislator In the person &lt;-f for? nice Speaker 'Myers, has not ifepped Int., iinit gentleman's shoes.' by• say means, In the broad lien f actually taking Slyjes 1 place among the house, leaders, Peithody Is not tik.-ly i,. acrpilre tin- unique dlstlnctldu to whhh Myers attained of more than n decade of service. There nre too many aspirant* nowadays for the pine... iim be has satisfied til- constituent* we|l enough t,. 1..- assured nf his reiibmluatlon this fall. If In- so desires." It .seems rather strange that first the linance committee should introduce an order for a part of tin- pipe line and that on the same night the water supply committee .should send to the council a similar order. Who Is looking after the machine': There...
ETHEL KIMBALL AGAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 18 June 1904
ETHEL KIMBALL AGAIN. Ethel X. Kimball, who was arrested In this city for passing a worthless check mi Frank Norton in this city on payment for a carriage ride, and was afterwards discharged Ivy Judge Almy. was Indicted last Saturday by the grand Jury for Suffolk county on a s'inllar offence, alleged to have been committed In Iloston. It Is alleged that she forged a cheek for."&gt;. which she gave Lews Novlnskl. a stiibh-kecper In ('harden street. West End. It Is said the young woman entered the stable and hired a horse and carriage. She offered a check In payment, which sinIs alleged to have made out on the desk of the proprietor. The check was signed Edna Savage anil made payable to Novlnskl. -i'he authorities In Huston procured a warrant for the woman, and when the prosecution In Middlesex county failed, they arrested her. She was held for the grand Jury, which returned an Indictment. Miss Kimball was in the corridor outside the court Saturday, and when her case wns called...
BURNS-SHEA. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 18 June 1904
BURNS-SHEA. Mr. Thomas Joseph Burns, formerly of this city, but now of New York, was united In marriage to Miss Julia Agnes Slicn. also of fills city, nt IhP parochial residence, of St. Mary's of the Aiiuunclat'oii on Tuesday evening, ■lune 14. The bride and groom are well and favorably known In this city, having been born and bred lv our midst. Mr. Burns was for many years connected with the ltlviralde Press, where his brother. Arthur B. Burns, Is still an employe, lie moved to New York a little over a year ago to assume the position which he now holds, wh'ch Is a very Important one. The wedding reception took place at tlie residence of the bride's sister, Mrs. William P. l-'itstgerald, on Hammond .street. About fifty of the most immediate relatives and closest friends assembled to bid them farewell before their departure to their new home. Ihe display of costly presents which adorned Mrs. l-'it/.gerald's home attest in no small degree the popularity of this excellent couple. Mr. a...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 18 June 1904
KAYMOISD Sells Heal Estate. EDWARD GRANT, CONSTABLE " Qualified to Serve Civil Process." Office: 671 Maaa. Ay., Room 7 Residence : II Cerry Street, CAMBRIDCE. I E. P. CRIFFIN HORSESHOER 2500 MASSACHUSETTSAVE. NORTH CAMBRIDCE, MASS. Special Attention given to Lame, Overreaching and Interfering Horses. Quick work and satisfactlou Guaranteed. Telephone 963-9 Cambridge. THE Aram Portrait Co. — OF — 160 Tremont St., Boston If HIGH GRADE I'I.ATINo UOZ. PHOTOGRAPHS 3 rr\ for the small price of - - - «?♦»" With this onlei we present yon with one large Dromlgrapli &lt;&gt;f most beautiful effect. Size 11 x 14. COrtE AND SEE OUR PICTURES. J, H. H. McIAMEE, President Mil Ttamr J. B, BYRNE MASON CONTRACTOR BUILDER No. i&gt;B MAIN STREET CAMBRIDCEPORT. MASS TELEPHONE CONNECTION University Tailoring Co, KstaTssTsTssssssasasssssssaaaaasssa^^ FINE CUSTOM WORK AT MODERATE PRICES ;6 BRATTLE STREET harvard souark CAMBRIDGE MASS. MILLETT'S Restaurant and Quick Lunch OPEN DAY AND...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 18 June 1904
LAWYERS. ALBIN L. RICHARDS, 31 MILK ST., BOSTON CENTRAL BLOB, CENTRAL SQUARE, CAMBRIDCE. Telephone WU7-5 Main. DIETRICH, DUNCAN &amp; WOLCOTT Attorneys at Law, no STATE ST., Rooms 803-804 BOSTON, MASS. Evening Office, 671 nassachusetts Avenue, Cambridge. FRANCIS P. CURRANT . Lawyer, "20 Pemberton Sq-atre, Boston, Mass. Law Office*, 20 Pemberton Square, Boston. 1287 Haymarket. llesldence, Hotel Majestic, Cambridge, 272-3 Cambridge. Telephone, 2433-4 Main ARTHUR L. FARRZLL, Attorney and Counsellor-at-Law, 23 Court Street, Itisimi 2_'o and 221 BOSTON, - - . MAB3. Residence: 172 Pprlng St., East (■ a.lllll0hoe. JANES B. VALLELY, Counsellor-at-Law. Brlggs Building, . . . Rooms 52-85, 293 Washington Street, Boston. Tel., Main, 828, Residence, 30 Amory St., Cambridgeport. JOHN J. SCOTT, COUNSBLLOR • XT • L.7HHC 610 Pemberton Building, Pemberton Square, . . Boston. Residence, 2 Leonard Avenue. Telephone, Haymarket 2238. J. JOSEPH FOLEY, Attorney-a'.-Law, Room 8, Chronicle Building, ...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 18 June 1904
BOSTON ELEVATED RAILWAY CO. Time Table ot Cambridge Division. Subject to Change without Notice ARLINGTON CENTRE TO ADAMS SQ.—(via Beucoii St.), 4.30. 5.17. A. M., 15 and 20 mm. to 11.20 P. M. Night service fto Adams 50,., via Harvard Sij.l 11.37 P. SI., 12.07, 12.37. 1.07. 1.37, 2.37, 3.37, 4.42, A. M. Sunday—(from Arlington Heights!, 7.02 A. XL, 20 and 30 mm. to 11.15 P. M. ARLINGTON HEIGHTS TO SUBWAV—S.OI A. M.. 5, 8. 15 and 20 mln. to 11.20 (11.30 to Adams Sq.l.P. M.Sunday—o.ol, 0.31 A. M., 10 and 15 mln. to 11.20 (11.30 to Adams Sq.l P. Jd. HARVARD SQ. (EAST CAM- • TO CITY POINT—S.2O A. St., 8, in and '20 mln. to 11.88 P. M. Sunday-7.24 A. M., and 10. 15 and 20 mln. to 11.30 P. M. HARVARD SQ. TO SUBWAY. VIA BROADWAY—O.IB A. M.. 30 mln. to 11.12 P. M. Sunday- -'~18 A. M„ 3D mln. to 11.18 P. M. HENRY ST. (CAMBBIDGEPOUT), TO MASSA'.'iirsKJ'i's AVE.—B.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 WHARF, VIA HUNTING...
LOCAL BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 18 June 1904
LOCAL BREVITIES. Thnt llu&gt; Hiv In (ho boot* of .Inin.'H Millt*i\ UJMi MiiNMiii'hiiKt'ttH avfiiiM', which Utnke out *&gt;n tbe uitfht of .lime ;i, was of liM-oiuUiiiy t'l'luiu iiiul not un lopldftttt 1m iii-- opinion of the tin- nuii'Mhul. An InveSttyatlot) wm livid mid lhi&gt; ri'|joit Ntntes that 11n- tin- xtiutiMl from ii titiittivN*. lying tfloss to v Hilnmey. * WuiTen A. hulf hnrf I'ocn appointed o poiuiiiuiMit uu'inhi'i* of tin* hri&gt; depnitmi'iit to DU the vaoniioy nuinoil hy the ik-uth of (Jcorge N. Montgomery. Whlli' n giuuf* of I tune kill wa« ht-lng played liotwriMi tin* Baldwin .In*, nf Cum* I'ihlgr. nnd tin- Ni-wx Buy* of Souu-rvllle, tin* ciiti-hor for tho Soinervilli' tomn. John Baker, wqs hit over tho eye with tin? hat, I't'iolvlng ii cut 1 1-4 Inches long. He was otirrh-il unroiiHolniiH to BlotObfOriVfl drug Htnro. where liU eye wns hniidaifed up. Dr. Whorlskoy wrnt went for nnd after oxnnilning tin* boy's eye, decided to have him...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 18 June 1904
j*nrJCOAL AND I Im*! WOOD. Bllajlj JJij'H GENERAL OFFICES md WHARVES: Ba /^^A" !sw ,67 -,ƒ— str "'' c,n,bridgg BRANCH OFFICES. 1330 Massachusetts Avenue, Boston iAssssssssssssssssssW Harvard Sij , (I*4 Muss. 127 Climb-ridge . Avenue, Central Sq. Street ESTABLISHED 1878. TELEPHONES 1 578, 604-3 COLEMAN BROTHERS, -DEALERS IXCOAL AND WOOD. OFFICES: WHAIIVES: ' 450 MASSACHUSETTS AYE., CAMBRIDGEPORT. FIRST ST., EAST CAMBRIDGE. 70 GREEN STREET, BOSTON. ... 91 BROADWAY, CAMBRIDGEPORT. Anthracite and Bituminous Coal. CAMBRIDGEPORT, ■ . ■ MASS. Cambridge Ice Co. ! Cottage ParK Avenue. j North Cambridge. Maker of Men's Garments At Moderate Prices. FRANK A. PEARSON, No. 9 CORNHILL - - - BOSTON. i v JAMES F. MULLEN, FUNERAL AND FURNISHING UNDERTAKER . 116 HAMPSHIRE STREET. Thomas P~. O'Nell, Auclair &amp; Carlson, JOBBIN6 AND BUILDING MASON, painters, decorators, Lic. n ..d D»i. L.x.r. HARD WOOD FINISHERS, Glazing. Whitening and Tinting Ceilings. 52 Montgomery St. " c Jobbing Promptly A...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 18 June 1904
I HEAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE. JOHN F. DOHERTY Real Estate AItU Insurance Room 6 •S7 l Massachusetts Avenue Cimbrldgi, Siu. CEORGE H. CARRICK, EAL ESTATE and INSURANCE Telephone, lus-a Cambridge. i"&gt; A. Brattle Street, Harvard Sq. CAMBRIDGE, MASS. George H. Mahady Successor to John Mahady, Real Estate, Insurance &amp; Mortgages OFFICES 371 Massachusetts Aveuue, rfoom 20, Cambridge. • IS Hehoul St., Room -tt, Boston, Telephone, M;iin;tiT.'.;t. Residence, i.in Huron Aye., Cambridge. Ketntes MunagiMl In an Honest aud Koonomleal Manner. HARRY DUSTIN JOLL Architect 071 Massachusetts Avenue, Rooms II and 12. CAMBRIDGE, MASS. Telephone, 955-7. j. Leo Mcdonald &amp; co. House Painting, Graining, Paper Hanging, Gluing, Interior Decorating. OFFICE,... 22 ELIOT STREET. Tel. Cambridge 544-2. Shop, 22 Church St W. H. Holt's Old Stand. BUY THE SENTINEL OF D. B. Shaughnessy &amp; Son BOOK STORE Newspapers, Stationery, Periodicals, Etc., Etc. 278 CAMBRIDGE STREET (O...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 18 June 1904
I B. JAMES LUMBER 60. No. 16 Central Street, Boston. Tsl. Main 1039. J. CUSHINC A CO., WHOLESALE AM) UK I AIL DEALERS IB Hay, Straw, Grain and Flour KKCI.EANKI) OATS A HI'KCIALTV. AUK.NTS FOR PILLSBURY'S BEST FLOUR. Lowest Cash Pries. Prompt Deliver)'. foot or Repent St., No. Cambridge Mass. TKLKPHOKB! 103 OAUBKIUOE. Here Is the Place Where you can buy any kind of Students' Cast-off Clothing Of every description, pants, salts and overcoats. Money to Lottn on diamonds, watches, Jewelry of any kind, clothing, etc. MAX KfiEZfiß, 8 Bow St., Quincy $*. For PHONOGRAPHS, RECORDS, AND TALKING MACHINE SUPPLIES GO TO Edward H. McDuffee TIRE REPAIRER AND VULCAKIZER 17 PBOBPEOT STREET, Central Square. 8. PICONI, Dealer In Choice Fruit, Confectioneries, Clears and Tobacco, 1808 Cambridge Street. Earl Gray Coombs 1093 Cambridge Street CAMBRIDGE, MASS. E. J. DUNPMV Dealer In Watches.Clocks, Diamonds, Jewelry, Silverware, Optical Goods. Hiwi'lal attention given to Fine Watrta, Clock and Jewelry Rep...