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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 18 June 1904
A Model Wine House. ATTENTION Ik called to our facilities fur supplying family trade with the choicest goods at the lowest prices. We are wholesale and retail dealers iv imported aud domestic goods, Bud our stock Is unexcelled. The bar aud bottled goods departments are entirely separate, each are connected with a Ladies' and Gentlemen's Cafe, where a well selected bill of fare is provided. Mail orders will receive prompt attention Orders of *1 00 or m ore delivered free within ten miles of Uohton. Orders of *3 00 ot more scut ex press free to any part of New England. Send for price list. Satisfaction guaranteed Call us up on nearest 'phone. West End Wine &amp; Spirits Company 15 and 10 LEVERETT STREET, BOSTON. JAMES T. BARRETT, General Contractor. 619 CAMBRIDCE STREET. Estimates Furnished for Every Kind of Work. Telephone Connection. JAMES J. SHEA JOHN T. SHEA SHB7-Y* BROS. Undertakers and Embalmers Wareroomi, 9 PEARL STREET Office, 407 Cambridge Btreet. f JAMES J. SHEA, 75 ...
LOCAL BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 18 June 1904
LOCAL BREVITIES. .lv tho discussion now going on m the UosUm Com ns to whether American gina nre belUf educated too much, thus unfitting them for the duties of inotherho-.d Superintendent of Behools Cogswell says; I am very much nppoaed to the atnteuieut. I think that the college woman In far more tit for motherhood tbau one who has not had the advantages of higher education. Matthew O'Hellly of 2 Dulley's court fell from his wugou at the corner of First: aud Bluney afreet* Tuesday afternoon and in* lured his fc,*. He was treated at the Mas* suchusetta genera) hospital. City Electrician O'lieam, lv a long communication to the city council last Uuesdny night, asked for an appropriation of $..',300 to be expended on the police signal system of IMvUlou 1. The matter was referred lo the committee on wirea aim lamps. For aeveral years the system in Old Cambridge diatrict has been practically wortbleaa on account of the nolae on the wirea. While the policemen hays been enabled to pull lv ...
BOARD OF HEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 18 June 1904
BOARD OF HEALTH. At the meeting of the boilrd ot Ik-ii.ili on Wednesday evening, there wns a demonstration of the 1.. • • l.uinphear ventilating system tor cars beiiiro quite mi audience, Hugh Bancroft wns present, representing the itcisi.ui derated railway company, llio nintiiT «ns taken under advisement. In the matter of the Ueqrge r. Blake Manufacturing Company for preliminary permit for atable, there was an agreement that the structure should be -•"&gt; feel from tbe nearest dwelling, Instead of fifteen feel ns the. statute requites. Patrick Shea was given a penult for one row at IT Western street ami Sanjprd Cunningbam n preliminary permit t'oi- one bone at 00 Moore Mreet. The long drawn mit contest about the sewerage nt Engine House .", in Inman square was Mnally adjusted hy having a direct connection with the sewer ordi red,
MARKET LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 18 June 1904
MARKET LETTER. The stock market for several days has been displaying signs of real life and activity. A feeling entirely different from anything witnessed In a year Is In evidence, There has been some actual buying and we are of the opinion that the market is shaping Itself for an advance. While we do not expect any boom in prices we think that stocks purchased at this level will show a handsome protlt before long. The low prices of the year were nearly a.ll made In February, since then a slow but steady advance has been In progress, lv spite of the dullness of the market, the large gold exports, the Northern Securities case, the uncertainty as to crops, and the political situation. Resent transactions lv Boston "coppers" have been unimportant, lloston Elevated has acted well, and the" may be a few points more on the long side lv this stock. The company is doing a large business, and there Is every prospect of Increasing its tralllc. Today the market made a decided advance unlll the...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 18 June 1904
s»r»BsnsssßßSsssssasßsssssßßßßSsssssssssssss»i»ssssss Pettigrew, Bright &amp; Co. MEMBERS BOSTON STOCK EXCHANGE. BANKERS AND BROKERS Exchange Building, Boston. JOHK FBTTIGREW. ELMER H. BRIGHT sssfffffJi^BMlMßßMil^BMsssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssV ~ -- I FOR GOODNESS SAKE DRINK PHENIX I siottioia6ft.R.Veteran. I WHITMAS, MASS., »Uy 3.1, WU PHENIX NERVE BEVERAGE CO. BOSTON*. MASS. Gentlemen: Having suffered .'or over a year ami a half In consequence of a SHOCK to my nsrtOOS svsteni, ami although 1 could get around, It affected my NERVES and memory 11 a considerable degree. Mr. Pike of tne PHENIX j Nerve Beverage Company ADVISED me to use PHENIX when in lilb office last November. 'TWAS GOOD 1 did so, and have followed it since with most HAPPY RESULTS. Can sleep first-rate, my appetite Is good again, and I feel like a YOUNGER man. I wish anyone troubled as I have been, with poor digestion, sleepless nights, and that HORROR, disordered Nerves, may And i...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 18 June 1904
JJ.H.McNAMEECO. Bookbinders H. E. McNamee W. E. Tons. ''iff i ''* w»w^iwwwiy We bind all kinds of printed matter, also old books in any style binding. 26ft Brattle Street, Old Cambridge. H. J. SHAW, Successor to Miller *s Shaw, .Manufacturer i) f Portable Steam Hoisting Engines, Hammers, Nippe-s, etc., for Pile Driving; Bolts, Trusses, and other Iron Work foi Bridges and Buildings. MACHINERY FOR HOISTING ICE, Hydraulic Presses and General Machinery. Special attention paid to Machine and Automobile Repalrlns. Cor. Sixth Street and Broadway, Cambridgeport, Mass. Reycroft Pharmacies Mass. Avenue, Cor, Brookline Street, Mass. Avenue, Cor. Porter Road. CAMBRIDGE, MASS. GEORGE DOUGLASS, Slate, Tin, Copper &amp; Gravel Roofing Metal Conductor!. Uutteri and Ouileli, 266 Prospect Stroot, Cor. Hampshire Si. CAMBRIDGEPORT, MASS. TKLKPJItiNK. Orderi left ai above, or by mail, for all kindi of Jobbing, will be promptly attended to. JOHN KENNEDY, Whitening, Whitewashing and KsIsomInInKPLA...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 18 June 1904
• ( CITY OP OPPICE OP THE BOARD OP HEALTH. City Hall, Jm,. jj, llA )4. A bearing will be given on tbe „»n)lcatlon of A. li. Grnusteln for permit to i*. model and occupy a frame building ns n stable for 50 horses (10 additional) on premises. 17H Fifth, Ward 2, at office of Board of Health, June 22, nt 8 o'clock p. in. Objections should be made at this hearing or filed tn writing at tbe office of the Board of Health, with tne names and addresses of tbe objectors on or before the date of hearing Per order Board of Health, JAMES B. SOPEIt, Clerk. CUNNINCHAM BROS., Auctioneers 671 Mast. Aye , Cambridge. Closing Sale of Cambridge Real Estate. There will be sold nt public miction oil the premises on Saturday, June 18th, 1004, at 4 o'clock the following parcel* of real estate, viz.: 63 aud 07 Grlgg street consisting of a frnine building with one store and three iipartmenta, together with JOO3 squnre feet of land. 14:.', 144 ami 116 Putnam avenue,, consisting of a double frame dwelling, cont...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 18 June 1904
A WORD TO THE WISE. Coal prices have been reduced to the spring basis. We are receiving daily fresh mined coal of the best quality, and! are prepared to fill orders promptly. If you have never traded with us, give us a trial. We know we can please you. METROPOLITAN COAL CO,, GENERAL OFFICES, 30 CONGRESS ST., - - _- _ BOSTON. CAMBRIDGE OFFICE AND WHARF, Sjill Isridsje Street, .......... East Cambridge. BRANCH OFFICE, HARVARD SQUARE. SPECIAL SALE TRIMMED WALKING HATS 98 Cents Former Value $2.00 and $2.50. These IlatH are all hand-made and are of Exceptional Value. Millinery. PRICES REDUCED Of der Your Coal Now Pea ...... 55.00 ' Furnace .... 6.25 Egg 6.50 stove and Nut . 6. 75 Franklin . ... 8.00 Prompt delivery, and fair treatment by competent and reliable help. Consumers Co=Operative Coal Co. THE YOUNQEST COAL ;0. IN CAMBRIDGE l-hon. 101 cmbrl-lire of ""&gt; Jl£* r JJ,mTw"7i«o.ton Transfer Station. SODEN STREET STABLES ULRIC GACJNN, . Manager. 12 Soden Street, Telephone 339....
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 25 June 1904
THE CAMBRIDGE SENTINEL VOL. I. No. 35. &lt;ALLIED PRINTING TRADE COUNCIL BOSTON, MASS.&gt; 81 CAMBRIDGE, MASS., JUNE 25, 1904. PRICE THREE CENTS. Tlie Cambridge Sentinel. A WEEKLY DEMOCRATIC PAPER Published every Saturday at 671 Massachusetts Ave., Cambridge (Boston), Mass., BY THE SENTINEL PUBLISHING COMP'Y. SUBSCRIPTION, $1.00 PER YEAR Entered as second-class matter Nov. 6, 1903, at the post-office at Boston, Mass., under the Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. SATURDAY, JUNE 25, 1904. East Cambridge news items for the SENTINEL can be left at the news store of William H. Shaunnessy, 278 Cambridge street, where the representative'of this paper will receive It.
COUNCILMAN WOOD Breaks Out in a New Spot. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 25 June 1904
COUNCILMAN WOOD Breaks Out in a New Spot. He Investigates Some oi the Streams Flowing into Fresh Pond and Exhibits to His Fellow Members Samples oi the Water -irom These. The principal feature of tbe city govern incut this week was the breaking out or Councilman Wood, In a new spot on tbe subject of ihe wuter supply, lie has commenced investigation lv n new direction and dials need of v sewer to conduct tbe bltb now tlowlng Into Fresh Pond, away Into Us proper channels. Tbe water loan order was laid over for one week. The bnardgwas culled to order at 8.10, all present' but Aiderinuii Carstelu who was absent lv Chicago. The mayor sent In notice that he had received nud accepted the resignation of James A. Brown n. a, constable. Placed ou Ale. « The uiiiyor also sent lv a communication recommending the payment of SIS to T. F. Uyiian. police officer, for injury to clothing while mnkliig an arrest. An order .for the payment wus adopted. The mayor also sent lv tbe appointment of Charles ...
COMMON COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 25 June 1904
COMMON COUNCIL. The eolllinoll council enlivened at 5.15 I. M. t'ouiii-iliuen Nelllgau anil Waleott absent t'oiiueHlniill C'ronln's order for an incaiiileseent light ol) Kirn street, between Cambridge street aud tbe Soiuervllle line, win adopted In concurrence. Tbe order for $000 for tbe enlargement of the forge shop at Ibe Itluuge Manual Tratuthg sebooi was passed in concurrence I'ounellnian .H'el. Kinitbers and Uowney were appointed on the eouunlttee on 1-u--bor day on tbe part of tbe council. Tbe order for tbe CJuruey street sewer was passed 111 concurrence. The committee on finance reported nil order for S'-Mo.uoi) to build a conduit from Newton street. YValttltllu, tv Fresh i'olld. Tbls -was anally tabled for one week. Councilman Wood offered an order providing for tbe appropriation of 15,000 for the purpose of constructing a sewer from Itli'tiardsoii's l\md, so enlled. ou Grove, street, to the May street sewer, a distance of about IISKI feet, lv order to ,carry off lv a proper...
NORTH CAMBRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 25 June 1904
NORTH CAMBRIDGE. 'liie rtremen of l-bijflue 4 were kept busy as tbe 17th win unbared In. On June 16, about Hi I*. M. an alarm, to which tbe apparatus responileil very promptly, was firflg lv from llox 7:1 at the corner of Itlndge avenue and .laekson street, but proved to be false. About 1 A. 81, Ihe Shed "f Mrs. Patrick McCall, Itlndge avenue, was bunted to tin- ground, the alarm. from tbe same box not bavlng been Jiulled •til ou lime or the apparatus to be of any use. Later on a false nbirm was rung In from llox 71. corner Tiriinery street and Massachusetts avenue. Kt. John's C. T. A. soelety bull team won Its Kccond game this icnson by admlnlittorliik defeat to the Willow A. C. nine to the tune of 81-ld on the playground at the lower part of Itlndge avenue, Friday i ulna, Jung 17. Pie game wns replete wltb errors and nils-play, owlnjt to tbe poor onndltlnn of My grounds. I'oyne and Powers, excelled for the wlnnert, while Foley and Cos.ette made a good battery for tbe losers. In th...
GRADUATION CEREMONIES In Many of Our Schools. LATIN SCHOOL. MORSE GRAMMAR SCHOOL. KELLEY SCHOOL. RUSSELL S 'HOOL. PUTNAM SCHOOL. THORNDIKE SCHOOL. WEBSTER SCHOOL. PEABODY SCHOOL. ST. MARY'S HIGH SCHOOL. ST. MARY'S GRAMMAR SCHOOL. ELLIS SCHOOL. HARVARD SCHOOL. WASHINGTON SCHOOL. WELLINGTON SCHOOL. ROBERTS SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 25 June 1904
GRADUATION CEREMONIES In Many of Our Schools. LATIN SCHOOL. MORSE GRAMMAR SCHOOL. KELLEY SCHOOL. RUSSELL S 'HOOL. PUTNAM SCHOOL. THORNDIKE SCHOOL. WEBSTER SCHOOL. PEABODY SCHOOL. ST. MARY'S HIGH SCHOOL. ST. MARY'S GRAMMAR SCHOOL. ELLIS SCHOOL. HARVARD SCHOOL. WASHINGTON SCHOOL. WELLINGTON SCHOOL. ROBERTS SCHOOL. The Programs Furnished to Many Audiences and the Lists ol the Graduates irom Many Schools. Tin- graduation exercise* of the Latin ichool were hold in tl»' spacloua hull of the school on Tuesday evening. Following was the order of ex. erelies: March: "Bella of Pittsburg." by tile Cambridge Latin school orchestra, composed of Josephine B. Bates, 'in. Alice B. Hullug, '04. Inei E. Smith.'oB. itniph 0. Piper, '07. «"&gt;i Benjamin H, crokc 'os. flint violins; Frederic H. Hull, 'Oil. Arnold W. I.nlii'i'. OT&gt; second violins: .1. Plerpont Guskili. '08, cello: Fletcher w. Tart, 'QB, cornet; and Roger B. Tnft. '08, drum: Miss Abulia W. Hiius. pianist. (Salutatory '...
TIE "SENTINEL'S" GOSSIP On Current Events and Happenings. A Few Things Observed by Him as He Patrols His Post. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 25 June 1904
TIE "SENTINEL'S" GOSSIP On Current Events and Happenings. A Few Things Observed by Him as He Patrols His Post. I learn thnt City Solicitor Peavey for Mayor Daly and W. .1. O'Donnell. Esq., for Chief Cunningham submitted tp Judge Barker on Tuesday last elaborate briefs ou the question of the legality of the removal of Chief Cunningham, reserved for consideration at -tha time of the hearing. We are all now awaiting the verdict of the real judges. It was an awful setback for my legal friend, the mayor. So Henry J. Cunningham wus not appointed legally, eh? Well, Mr. .Mayor, you have one more guess, for a real judge has said he not only was legally appointed, but no doubt made a good chief. "A little knowledge, etc." What Is this I hear about a muchneeded appropriation being held up unless a certain Non-partisan alderman can have the naming of the men who are to be hired to do the work? Verily things have changed since last year. "City before party." Well, I should say so. Councilman Woo...
ST. PETER'S LAWN PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 25 June 1904
ST. PETER'S LAWN PARTY. Ilev. John P. Chldwlck. "the hero chaplain of the Maine" will be given n great reception when he conies to Cambridge today to deliver his nddress on "Tito Friar Question of the Philippines" at the lawn party of St. Peter's parish, which is to be held on the church grounds on Concord avenue. The four Grand Army posts of cambridge will turn out In a body to do him honor, as well as Col. Thomas Wcntworth lllgglnson camp, S. of V., the social organization of Spanish War Vcternns. and a detachment of blue jackets from Cbarlestown.
WATER BOARD DIVIDES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 25 June 1904
WATER BOARD DIVIDES. And now we have a split In th) ranks of the water bonrd. This bodes 110 good to the cause for the water loan. In fact, things are looking blacker and blacker every day. When matter* In their confus'oii have reached white heat perhaps some of the wiser ones will consent to an Investigation. The latest is that Coffin. Rudy and O'Brien are for the laying of the upper section of the proposed pipe line, while Stevens, Durant and Howard are for the. lower section. This is Indeed n sad break in the ranks, and seems fair to verify that good old adnge. "United we stand, divided we fall." In the meantime, the embryonic statesmen lv the common council persist that they know all about the question and that an Investigation Is entirely unnecessary. Two or three orders pertaining to the loan arc now before the council, and the result is. no one knows just exactly where he is at. Each day sees this water loan baloon getting just a little higher In the air and soon we shall hea...
A SUGGESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 25 June 1904
A SUGGESTION. Now that the first half of the year has drawn to a close and the water question Is way up In the air and the chiinces of passing it slimmer than ever before, would It not be a good suggestion to grant the request for an investigation committee? At best the order cannot pass until fall and the Intervening months might just as well be spent in investigating this matter In a proper manner as in speculating how to buy up votes to secure the passage of an order which does not appeal to the city at large. There Is one thing SI'KK. and that is. the loan order will XEVKH pass until this official investigation has been granted. The request for an Investigating committee to look Into the general question of a wnter supply is not an unreasonable one. and in the face of existing circumstances it would be a very graceful thing to grant.
MORE MONEY. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 25 June 1904
MORE MONEY. The Fourth of July committee now asks for another $50 to help out their plans for Independence Day. Any patriotic American is always glad to see the great day celebrated lv a proper manner, but there Is a time when patriotism loses the ring of sincerity. This time Is generally when one depends entirely on a display of fireworks, pink lemonade, and peanuts for a proper adjustment of his patriotic feelings. Already a larger sum than ever before has been appropriated for the observance of this glorious day. and we have every reason to believe that all will be satisfied if the committee does Its work properly. The hard part of It all Is. that It Is pretty hard for a member of the city government to suiu.'ion the courage to speak against a measure which has tn do with glorifying the name of the Hag. But the difference Is Just here-thnt the committee already has more money than it needs, and it is showing signs of wasting it. Kven though the request be for only 150, the commit...