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BULLETIN NO. 2. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 25 June 1904
BULLETIN NO. 2. Bulletin No. •! of the Good tlovernment League constats of the program of the work of the league for tbe stim-nn-r and full of 1904, and the full text of a paper read al the annual meeting of '.hu National Municipal League at Chicago, April -js. 19M. The program Is divided Into four parts, under the following beading*: 1. t'ontlnuntion of the work In behalf "of the extension of the merit system oi appointments to heads of departmental ■ I*. Continuation of the work of the ■'•durational committee in behalf of tbe better preparation for citizenship by our public schools. 8, Itevlalon or our city charter. I. City election of IIKM. Under the heading marked No. 1. it states that this work has been vigorously pushed preparatory tn securing favorable legislation from the next Legislature. Whiit this legislation Is the league do' s not Indicate. We presume, however, that It Is an effort to so curtail the [lowers of the chief executive that the heads of departments will be su...
A "NON-PARTISAN" ORGAN. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 25 June 1904
A "NON-PARTISAN" ORGAN. An esteemed contemporary. The Tribune, In its last issue, venture! to correct the Hoston papers In their reports of the ruling of judge Barker In the Cunningham vs. Daly cs»e. In so doing. It exhibits a spirit of partisan narrowness, of Ihe type tv lie found in the country Journals that later to Ihe llkis and dislikes of a few hundred village readers. When the public conduct of our E. C.'s Nonpartisan proteges is under consideration-, its capacity to misstate the exact circumstances Is In no respect behind the party ur-1 nans that flourished In this country pi lor to the early eighties, aim which are now. with but om exception, outgrown or extinct, tlur l'„ C, In Its lldellty to the principles of Noti-p't. tisanship as carried out under the present regime In Cambrlilge. allows Its natural Instincts of Impartiality to be suffocated by lis desire to champion the cause of its political confederates, it holds a brier from the organized Hypocrisy—that gang of poli...
EXTENSION OF COURTESIES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 25 June 1904
EXTENSION OF COURTESIES. The Harvard Class Day committee hns ratlii'f nil the city fathers short on Clhhk Day tickets this yoar. Lust year members of the city government received Memorial lial'l tickets and tickets for the dance tn tin- gymnasium. It Is not that the city fathers are dead stuck on tripping the light fantastic toe, psperlally on a wnrm summer night, but It would be a very graceful net to extend due courtesies to the city government. The ffuperlntondont of si reels spent nearly a week lv getting tho streets In the vicinity of HVirvard square all cleaned up, and In readiness for the great day of the college year. We would say that the city receives llt- tie enough beiieHt from the'presence of the college, and that the extension of COUrtesleS Is to be expected, although We doubt very much If the members nf the city government really cure Whether school keeps or not.
MEYERS MAKES CANVASS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 25 June 1904
MEYERS MAKES CANVASS. The latesi little sensation is that Councilman Meyers does not Intend to be beaten out tor presidency pro tern next Tuesday nlgbt. when President Steams will be absent, and Is making a canvass ror the job that would put It all over an ordinary city election. Meyers Is right out tor the president's chair, and he is hustling along in the sublime heller that he Is the only one that knows steams will be absent next Tuesday night because of Ills obligation to accompany bis regiment to West Point, where It has been ordered. Steams gave blm the tip, and all Meyers needs tod" now Is to hunch the Non-partisan voles and trim any catulldate for whom the Democrats might decide to vote. It is very likely that all may not be so smooth for Meyers as he expects. Three or four or the Non partisan councilini'ii are Jusl a little sore thai .lulliis should be so previous, and have hinted that he Is nn more entitled to their vote than any other Son-partisan. Leaving questions relat...
CARSTEIN AS BARD. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 25 June 1904
CARSTEIN AS BARD. Ciiniliridge bus given lilrth In tiunther Tennyson, linns Cnrsteln. tile. Norlli Cambridge Inird. bus come to the rescue niul drugged ebissle Cinitnlirlgln to till" front again nnil snved li from Ihe oblivion Into which It lins liit'ii slowly railing since tile days nf lln- piiel of Tory It"", linns delivered n little ditty before the Repnllllcnn Convention ill Chicago and altliougli Ihe p'S'in Incited Ihe subtleness of a Swinburne. Ihe streliglS llf a Milton nnd lite grace of a Shelley, like a good, lilg ripe cherry II went straight to the right spot. Lodge, they say. nud ninny other nf the real' lilg bug's fell all over Iheinselves to leiieli geiilnl Hans niul In extend In hlin their ■ .liigr.itiiliitloiis. The llltle ditty was -alli'il "Dili' lo Roosevelt," nnd II was snug by old linns himself, II was assuredly the splee of what proved lo lie a very dry convention. It was sung several times liy Ihe entire eoluinltlee with tlie in ipaniment of the brass band. Iln...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 25 June 1904
Did you hear Mayor Daly at the . graduation exercises held last Wednesday evening in Sander's Theatre? lie admonished the graduates never to forget a favor or a kindness done them. What a hypocrite they must have thought him the man who sold the trlends of a lifetime. the man who forgot all that had been done for him by those friends, the man who forgot all the sacrifices they had made that he might succeed in his business, the man who still professes to be a Democrat and who seized the tirst opportunity to betray that party for bis own personal gain. We wonder if this man will ever come to his' senses and see that he Is despised alike by those whose ends he has served and by those he has be- . trayed. We wonder If Mayor Daly has any IllnisEffl Hie number of grammatical errors made by blm while talking to the school children. And this Is the man our learned Non-partisan friends landed as an educated gentleman. Happily our children know better than to take example by Ills speeches. H...
DEMOCRATIC FIELD DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 25 June 1904
DEMOCRATIC FIELD DAY. The Democratic Ward and City Com. inillee met oil Thursday evening and decided tc bold a minister "Field Day" un Saturilny. August 27. at Clmrl 's lllver Park. Various c'linmllli'i's will be appointed to hnve charge of the ii.any details or the event and these .vli: tip aiininiiU'i'il by Cbiilriiian CunI'.litßlinin Intel-. Kvery effort will li ■ inaile to the end Hint Ihls will lie an event long to lie reiiieinliercil. There Will lie various kinds nf games alio ciinipi'tltliins nnd the ladles will lie asked lo assist In bringing tlie affair to a successful Issue ns they will have '•barge ol tallies In lie erected 111 Hie I'vnl. The price nf admission I'm' adults will lie pinned at fifty rents ami children twenly-tlve cents. Fuller do lulls will lie made public later as Hie program for Hie day Is developeil.
BOARD OF HEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 25 June 1904
BOARD OF HEALTH. Tlie hoard or health held Its regular 'ii'»'ollug on Wtlnesdny evening, all members being present. The application of Joseph it. Russell for stable ror four horses ht 200*3(01 Appleton street created considerable opposition. mining these reiniinstrnnts being Messrs. Dnrniin. Robertson, Mnnnlx, i.mn-lii'l-l. tr'Relloy ntul Wiltshire. The ii'iitier wns taken dnder advtiement, The petlflon of A. 11. liriinsteln for IB additional horses, making ."SI horses at ITU Fifth stt I, lirnught mil Mrs. Duffy. Mrs. nines. Mr. anil Mrs. llalTiiey, Mrs. Patteil mul Win. Dumpliy as remonstrants, This was also token tinder advisement, a permit wns gi'iinelil to John Read to keep one horse nt No. .Ml Appleton street. The lionrd hml voted that until further change Hie meeting will lie held nt I p.m. ou Wednesday Instead of In the evenings. 11 wns nlso voted thnt nil Inspectors of the board with the exception of the Inspector of meats shall wear uniforms.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 25 June 1904
CRIMINAL NEGLIGENCE. Criminal negligence is ordinarily punishable by fine or imprisonment. But SOME people by virtue of their office, become EXEMPT and may criminally neglect matters in their charge AT WILL. The WATER BOARD has CRIMINALLY NEGLECTED to protect the watershed around FRESH POND. It us true that the Water Board believed that the odor from the GLUE FACTORY might not be good for the health of the flowers in Klngsley Park, but it is ALSO TRUE that they have lived up to their reputation for INCONSISTENCY and PERMITTED WITHOUT A MURMUR some 40,000 gallons of CONTAMINATED WATER each day to flow into FRESH POND. The Fresh pond water each day Is contaminated by -Hi.ikio gallons of foul water, which comes from BENEATH the concrete bottom of the Payson Park reservoir and flows down the watershed through farm lands into Fresh pond. THINK OF IT! Councilman Wood made this CHARGE Tuesday night, when he brought in an order for a loan of $5000 TO CONSTRUCT A SEWER in which to send this ...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 25 June 1904
NATIONAL CITY BANK. konaervallvely Mar.agad Caatrally Lucaied. We aoiicit ihe Account.' ullirnii and lativlduaitf, RBPOBT OF TftH COKDITIOK OK Till-: NATIONAL I'ITY BANK, of Liiui bridge. Muss., In tbe Stute of Mintaaebusetts. ut tbe close of business, June 0, 1004: REBOI'BCEH. Loans und illHeounts. $270.H72.fi0 Overdrafts, secured und uusecured 1,230.1s f. 8. Bunds to secure eirellbltlull 89,000.00 Bonds, securities, etc H&amp;TB.OO flue from approved reserve agsnti oa.«ia«.nT Checks mul other cash Items— 80.57 Notes of other Niltlollill Bunks... 11,80.00 Friietioiuii paper currency, uickels, mid edits 1.2:11.41 Lawful mime.v reserve In Bunk. Vli: Specie $7,328.00 I.i'Bill lender notes 12.03.1.00' 19,083.00 Itetleniptloii fund with I. s. Treiisurer. ,1 per cent, of circulation 1.250.00 Total .-148t.088.aa LIABILITIES. raiiltiil stock paid In 1100,000.00 Surplus fund 4fT.Oort.oo riullvlili'il prntlts, -less expenses and taxes paid ~ 8,408.71 Dividends uniiiibl 80,00 individu...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 25 June 1904
FIRST NATIONAL BANK. Largeit Capital. Lergeat Surplua. Acc"un'&gt; Solicited. RBPOBT OF THS COKDITIOK OP TIIP. F'HST NVTIONAL HASK. of riiiiibriilai*. In tu.' State nf ataeaaebusetts, lit the close nf bllslllesH, June 9th, iti:t&lt;nrn&lt;'EB. limns nmi discount" tmPi.SIS3I Overdrafts, seenred nnd unseeiireil n.3in.12 f« t « Pnnils t" R«enre I'h'enlatton 100.000.00 Honda, Keeiirltles, etc ta.UM.afl I'm frimi National Bunk's (nut ivkcrve UKellts) 78,878.00 Hue frniii u|i|irnveil reserve intents f*IB,TJP,TtI Cheeks mul other eiisb Items.... t6*00T.71 Notes or other Xatlonul hanks.. H.TlTl.l/O t'liiiibiiiiii paper currency, nickem, nud cent*. L07.Y10 Lullfui iiioney reserve In Hunk. Vli: Specie 20.2M.U0 i.''litil-lfinter notes 44,284-UU lli'ilclliptlull fluid With I. I. i .c.vlicr to per eeut. of elreul,.t.„ii) 0.00u.u0 -ioiiil »1,.'13,11)7.01 Liabilities. Capital »ioek paid lv *^ia7,il.)i».i&gt;o su,|i,us tiinii' ':..:..■.. iuo.uuu.is) I null bled lirol...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 25 June 1904
LAWYERS. ALBIN L. RICHARDS, 31 MILK ST., BOSTON CENTRAL BLOB., CENTRAL SQUARE, CAMBWIPCt. Telephone 1907-0 Main. DIETRICH,*DUNCAN &amp; WOLCOTT Attorneys at Law, no STATE ST., Rooms 803-804 BOSTON, MASS. Evening Office, 671 nassachuaetts Avenue, Cambridge. FRANCIS P. CTORANT - Lawyer, 20 Pemberton Srj'atre, Boston, Mass. Law Offloes, 20 Pemberton Square, Hoetoo. 1287 Raymarket. Realdenoe, Hotel Majeatle, Cambridge, 272-» Cambridge. Telephone, 2433-4 Main ARTHUR L. FARRELL, Attorney and Counsellor-nt-Law, 33 Court Street, '""■-.- Ronma 220 and £.'1 ' BOSTON, ---*-"*- MftSSr Realdenoe! 172 Spring St., Ea»t Cambkidoe. JANES B. VALLELY, Counsellor-at-Law. Drlgga Building, . . . Rooma 52-46, 293 Washington Street, Boston. Tel., Main, 820, Realdence, 30 Amory St., Cambrldgeport. JOHN J. SCOTT, COUNSBLLOR • XT • LKInZ 6io Pemberton Building, Pemberton Square, . . Boston. Realdence, 2 Leonard Avenue. Telephone. Haymarket 2238. J. JOSEPH FOLEY, Attorney-ai-Law, Kooiu 8, Chronicle Bui...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 25 June 1904
BOSTON ELEVATED RAILWAY CO. Time Table of Cambridge Division. Subject to Cbungc without Notice. ARLINGTON CENTRE TO ADAMS BQ.--ivbi Beacon St.) 4.80, 5.17 A. M„ 15 and 80 uiln. tu 11.84 I. M. Nlgbt service Ita A.liiin.. K.i.. via Harvard sq.i 11.371. &gt;i . 12.07, 12.37. 1.07, 1.37. 2.37. 3.37. 4.42 A. M. Sun-any-lln,m Arlington lleigbtsl, 7.08 A. M . 20 nmi 30 mlv. lo 11.15 I. M. ARLINIJTIIN IIEKIMS TO SUBWAY— 5.01 A. M . 5. 8. 15 and 20 mill, to 11.20 111.30 to Allium. Sipi I. M. Sunday il.nl, 0.31 A. M., 10 and 15 mill, tv 11.20 111.30 to Ada ma Su.i I. M. HARVARD Sy. IKAST 1 'AMJIIlllx; Xi TO CITY I'OINT-5.211 ... ,\L. S, 10 and 20 mlv. lv U.3M I. M. Sunday 7.21 A. M.. aud 11. Id and 20 mln. lo 11.31) I. M. HARVARD SQ. TO SI'IIWAV, VIA BROADWAV-II.IS A. M.. :*) lulu, to 11.12 l». M. Suuduy-s.lB a. M.. 30 mlv. to 11.18 P. M. HENRY ST. iCAMBRIDIiEI'ORTI, TO MASSACHUSETTS AYE.-.1.48 A. M., Sunduv—B.l2 A. U„ 12 mln. to 11.48 P. M.. 12 MT. AUBI'BN TO SO. STATION AND HOWE'S W...
LOCAL BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 25 June 1904
LOCAL BREVITIES. .linl«i- Almy lni&gt; tiled the report uu tbe liu|iu*Ht lut" the death of Mlcbnel Uviiuvuu who u-iih killed l&gt;.v ait uiitmrolille.il&gt; Miin-u «hns. lis avenue, ('umhrldtfe, Saturday ulirlit, June 11. De&lt;&gt;eu»ed came to hit* death l&gt;y iviiHuii uf belli if Mtrurk by an automobile, driven liyt'harleH ». Uender. The iiuttnuobllf, tin- court found. wan proceeding at a low und reuMotiahle rate of Hpoed not exceeding lunliahly three uillen an hour and tbe tfoug \\ n.s Hounded hm v wiirulug. Deceit wed atteui|ited to eroHN tbe Htreet In trout of tbe automobile lv tjplte of tbe eftortH of ble «-oiu|iaiilouH, wbo tried to bold blm. Wllllnm J. KuHhuiore, it graduate of Harvard college, htiH been elected principal of tbe high H"hool, to till tbe vacancy cauwed by the reNlgnntlou of 11. J. ChaHe. Chief I'nlleu of the police department presented the headH of uVpartpienU In the city hall iteveral ImncbeH of mountain laur...
DON'T GO SHORT. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 25 June 1904
DON'T GO SHORT. PetUirßWi DrlgW * Co, sap Mils weak:— ''We ndflss our enstotnora not to not snort Of, "coppers" lint lii IHtch such stocks ns I'cnlcunlnl, t.'tah, Copper Hnn«p anil PnrPOt, nil nf which will nilvsncc i j 111 ■k1 y. wtn the powers my the word. American Telephone continues Its advance. We regard this stock ns one of Ihe host Investments on die list.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 25 June 1904
wvICOAL AND y|M4 WOOD. ■i AL*J 3| ■(■ SHEMI OFFICES iird WHARVES: M M w M " *"*• •"■"'P BRANCH OFFICES. 1.1; i» Massachusetts Avenue, BOSTON MSULtiBtSSSk\. Harvard Sq , 824 Mass. 127 Cambridge Avenue, Central Sq. Street ESTABLISHED 1878. TELEPHONES 1 978, 604-3 COLEMAIN BROTHERS, -DEALERS IKCOAL AND WOOD. OFFICKS: • WHARVES: 450 MASSACHUSETTS AYE., CANBRIDBEPORT. FIRST ST.. EAST CAMBNME. 70 BREED STREET, BOSTOH. ... 91 BROABVAY, CAMBRIDBEPORT. Anthracite and Bituminous Coal. CAM BRIDGEPORT, - - ■ MASS. Cambridge Ice Co. Cottage Parß Avenue, North Cambridge. f j" Maker of Men's Garments At Moderate Prices. FRANK A. PEARSON, No. 9 CORNHELL - - - BOSTON. j I JAMES F. MULLEN, FUNERAL AND FURNISHING UNDERTAKER - 116 HAMPSHIRE STREET. ; '_ Thomas P. O'Neil, Auclair &amp; Carlson, JOBBIN6 ANO BUILDING MASON, painters, decorators, Mc»«- D»ia L.r-r. H *"D «"&gt;OD FINISHERS, Glszing. Whitening and Tinting Ceilings. 62 Montgomery St. __ _ ~_ Jobbing Promptly Attended to. Sh °*...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 25 June 1904
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE. JOHN F. DOHERTY Real Estate AMU Insurance RsmS 171 Massachusetts Avenue Cimbrisgs, Mau. i ,— ■ — GEORGE H. CARRICK, ■AL ESTATE and INSURANCE Telephone, lua-i Cambridge. IA Brattle Street, Harvard Sq. CAMBRIDGE, MASS. George H. Mahady Successor to John Mabady, Real Estate, Insurance &amp; Mortgages OFFICES m Massachusetts Avenue, doom 30, Cam--1 bridge. - IS Hoho.it St., Room ft, Boston, Telephone, Main 3178-3. Residence, els Huron Aye., Cambridge. Estate* Managed In an Honest and ■economical Manner. HARRY DUSTIN JOLL Architect 071 Massachusetts Avenue,. Rooms 11 and 13. 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 (Opp. Institute l...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 25 June 1904
E. B. JiES HR 60. No. IS Central Street. Boston. Tel. Main 1039. J. CUBHINC *_ CO., WHOLESALE AM) RETAIL DCALUS IV Hay, Straw, Grain and Flour RKCLKANKD OATS A BPatCIALTY. AUKKTS lt» PILLSBURYS BEST FLOUR. Lowest Cash Price. Prompt Delivery. foot of Recent St., So. Cambridge, Mass. TELBFHOKt: l«l OAHISIDOE. Here is the Place Where yon can buy any kind of Students' Cast-off Clothing Of every description, pants, suits and orercoata. Money to Loan on diamonds, watclies, Jewelry of sny kind, clothing, eto. MAX KEEZBR, S Bofr St, QuUcf tji For PHONOGRAPHS, RECORDS, AND TALKING MACHINE SUPPLIES GO TO Edward H. McDuffee TIRE REPAIRER AND VULCANIZER 17 PROSPECT STREET, Central Square. 8. PICONI, Dealer in Choice Fruit, Confectioneries, Cigars and Tobacco, 1303 Cambridge Street. Earl Gray Coombs 1093 Cambridge Street CAMBRIDGE, MASS. E. J. DUNPHY Dealer In Watches.Clocks, Diamonds, Jewelry, Silverware, Optical Uoods. Special attention given to Fine Watcb, Clock aril Jewelry Repsirlng. , Kyea...