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A WORD FROM A RESIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 2 July 1904
A WORD FROM A RESIDENT. One" of the complainants against tbe "Cider Mill" pond nuisance is Qeorge H. Maliiiily. who lives on Huron avenue, where tlie full effects of tlie nuisance nre felt. The pond wliloli Is foil part of the your by the-brook fanning from rnyson park reservoir through the Htittlnger farm, has no outlet, anil is therefore a stagnant sheet of water. Iv the midsummer months the mosquitoes brad on this stagnant body of water are unbearable, anil the stench arising on hot Niuniuei' evenings Is anything hui conducive to good health. By turning the brook running by the manure pile on the Hitilnger farm Into n sewer where It belongs, Mr. Mahatly claims that Ciller Mill pond would no louder lie needed ns a receptacle for the water from the reservoir, when it is being cleaned out, and thnt the pond might then lie tilled In. Many petitions have been put before the board of health, hut each one of tliein has iK'ou Ignored by that honorable ami self-centered body. The latest c...
THE LABOR VIEW. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 2 July 1904
THE LABOR VIEW. In their pretended ' stand' for labor tin- Non-partisans are under tho impression that tho laboring man Is desirous of tin- passage of tbe ivdtet loan order, even though It may not ho for the best Interests of the City so to.jd.oThey believe the laboring man wants n Job at any coat, ami that the city should MAKE work for them. This Is POSITIVELY NOT the labor man's view at all. and we have this from a prominent labor leader, who Is pretty much as big as Joel In the realm of lahor affairs. And why should any man with his senses be so Ignorant as to believe any of our citizens would so wish to prostitute the interests of our city. Just where Ihe lahor man romes 111 Is right here. ll' the Job of laying the pipe must he done he wishes It to he built by Cambridge labor, and in this he Is right The Democrats have never gainsaid this. The prominent Inhor lender, to whom we Just referred, went on to say that the labor man never sought to dictate how the representatives In Ci...
THE DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 2 July 1904
THE DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION Since the days of Thomas .lefTcrsoii no nominating convention lias nu ant more to the Democratic party than the great conclave of Democracy scheduled for the coming week at St. touts. Ihe varied powers of a mighty organization are to be hrought to a sharp focus after eight, years of Internal variance. Petty ambitions are to he set aside and a candidate found fur the presidential chair which will harmonize all Interesta and redound to the Ultimat* success of the party. It. will he a history making meeting, of politicians, young and old, of men who some day will have a hand In the shaping of the destlnv of our nation, of men tried and true who already have left the Imprint of the master mind on the history of America and the world. The unexpected Is more apt to happen than not to happen In a Democratic convention. The dark horse ever figures. More presidential tlinner of extraordinarily tine cnllbro was I never before In ttte field nnd the mutest for supremac...
Who Told the Falsehood [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 2 July 1904
Who Told the Falsehood . A man who I.IKS OXCK WILL AOAIX. SOMEONE USD about the nuances of tho police department when the ••REORGANIZATION" scheme was under way. for we were told then thnt EVERYTHING WOULD HK ALL 111 HHT In till- depuituieut AS TO MONEY until the end of tlio rtscul yeur. Alderman Carsteln wanted to kuow WIIKKK THE MONEY WAS CUMING FROM to pay the Niihirleg of all the pots who wore raised to BX" ALTEH POSITION'S miller the scheme uml Aldermen Lake mid lin vis presented CAREFULLY-PREPARED SCHEDULES thnt LOOKED ALL UIiiHT ON PATER nnd the scheme went through. Now the Non-partisan machine want to TAKE THE MONEY thnt PROVIIIKS HEALTH AND BREATHING SPACES FOR THE POOIt and GIVE IT TO THESE PETS. Councilman Monk said thnt he would never vote to DO THIS INJUSTICE • WILL THE OTHER MEMRERS of the council? Wo expect CERTAIN NON-PARTISAN MEMBERS who DO NOT CARE for anyone but themselves nnd oonaWer thnt the poor haye no RIGHTS to support this transfer, but we do not think that ...
SMITHERS TO INVESTIGATE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 2 July 1904
SMITHERS TO INVESTIGATE. We now hear Councilman Bmlthers saying to his fellow members of the common council that he desires a short time for a little Investigation on his own account. Last Tuesday night when the tlinc-honoreil wnter loan, long since mouldy and aged, came hefore the august body of young statesmen. Councilman Bmlthers arose and stated that since It was the fashion of the day to Investigate, he should like to he extended the courtesy of sufficient time to do a little Investigation mi his own account, 'it «as Bmlthers, therefore, who blocked the passage of Ihe water loan mi Tuesday night. Evidently Bmlthers Is caught In that vortex of public opinion which Is clamoring loudly for a thorough Investigation. One by one the Non-|mrllsaiis nre cnmlng to Ihe opinion thnt they don't know everything almut this water iiuestlon. line attempt at securing a few figures on their own account Inevitably leads them I" the conclusion that an investigation is the only feasible course now ...
THE MAYOR INSPECTS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 2 July 1904
THE MAYOR INSPECTS. Mayor Daly dropped Into Councils lean Meyers' store Tuesday afternoon, where were Conn llmcn Smltners, Me'ers nuil WiMid discussing the all absorbing ipiestlon nf the water loan. The conversation turned to the act Inn of Ihe sewer committees 111 placing oil tile the order for 16,000 for a sewer by which to take can- of the polluted water entering Fresh Pond. Councilman Wood said he wns disappointed that the coinmlttee on sewers should place so Important a mailer on tile without muting n ny Investigation whatsoever. One word led lo another until finally Councilman Wood suggested thnt the entire parly then and there go immediately up to Fresh Pond and Inspect the hrook In ipiestlon. The whole party. Including Superintendent Itrooks of the wnter system, piled Into n Iniidnn and made the trip. What the party saw wns certainly a revelation. Stagnant water was on every hand and evidence of drainage from a manure pile was plainly seen entering tho brook. The party was i...
METERS WANTED. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 2 July 1904
METERS WANTED. Evidently the people of Cambridge want meters. It was divulged Tuesday night when tlie request for an additional .&lt;lsiu was asked for by the water board for tlie Installation of meters, that there are today over 13d0 people on the waiting list who want meters in their houses. It was but a short time ago that tlie Non-partisans were hot Ognlnst meters, yet Tuesday night the order went through without a murmur. It was Engineer Coffin.who said that the Installation of meters throughout the city would mean that we would not have to extend our present water supply for five years. And. if we reincinier correctly, it was some of the Nonpartisans win) said the people would not consent to the Installation of meters. There is a great big pile of inconsistency somewhere. The longer we Walt before passing that big water loan the more reasons we llml for not passing If
THE CUNNINGHAM CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 2 July 1904
THE CUNNINGHAM CASE. The full test of the findings made by Mr. Justice Barker ill this case Indicates that the question of the legality of chief Cunningham's removal will lie passed upon finally by the full court. He states again that he finds that Chief Cunningham was legally appointed, and that the office of chief nf police Is not within the civil service rules and regulations. I'pon his finding that the official tenure of the chief of police Is at the pleasure of the mayor and aldermen, there will he a report to the full court for final determination. The citizens of Cambridge will then know authoritatively whether the office of chief of police may he removed from the arena of political vicissitude or will remain where Mayor Daly has dragged it—into the slime of politics, where It can he made a reward for the loyalty and services of political henchmen by an unscrupulous and partisan executive. It is a question of the first Importance to the citizens to know whether a public offic...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 2 July 1904
The si. John's catholic Total Abstinence society has petitioned for s.liowcr baths for Rlndge Field, This is an Improvement which is much needed in that section of Ihe clly and should he granted forthwith. We are very intic'i a I'm hi. however. Hull It will not be done by the present administration for llial section seems to he totally Ignored by Ihe powers Hint lie Just now. The mayor has the order for the building of t-S Stibwgy under the l'ltchbnrg tracks In his keeping and has not yet repotted mi his conference with tl Illclals of thnt road. We wonder how he will explain his holding up of the order lo the parent* of the little ones who have to go so far now to reach their school. It may he thai the mayor Is like Councilman Meyers, who when one of hi* fellow Non-partisun members of the council said thai the subway ought to he built replied that If he thought so he oUglll to have hrought In the older ami not allowed Councilman tl'Nell to got nheail of him and then all the Non-|iar...
TOOK CARBOLIC ACID. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 2 July 1904
TOOK CARBOLIC ACID. Dav'd Hamilton, ."8 years oil. o* _sii I'lamllton street, Cnmbrdgepiirt. died Thursday morning as a result of ta' l Ing carbolic a -Id. Mr. Hamilton had been out of work for some time, and was despondent, The evidence secured by tlio police showed that ho had spent a sleepless night, not having remove! his clothing. At ii o'clock Thursday morning the Inmates of tho house henrd a heavy fall and found him suffering on tho floor, a small bottle lying by hla side. Medical aid was summoned, but he exp'red almost Immediately. He leaves a wife and three grown-up children.
COGGSWELL-COOKE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 2 July 1904
COGGSWELL-COOKE. At noon Wednesday, nt the home o* Mrs. X. 0. Sawyer. 7 Clinton street. Miss Mir'am Coggswell. daughter of Mrs. Elizabeth C. Gray, was married to Mr. Krnest Hubbard t'ooke of Plttsjield by Rev. Henry 11. Saunderson of Austin-street church. The bride wore white prilllltn and carried a shower bouquet of pink sweet pess.There were no attendants. A reception and hrfiikfas: followed.
ST. PETER'S GRADUATES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 2 July 1904
ST. PETER'S GRADUATES. The graduating exercises of the advanced class of st. Peter's parish m the Study of Christian doctrine were held Tuesday night In St. Peter's Hall. Concord avenue. Every sent 111 the auditorium was taken, anil tbe excellence of Ihe papers prepared met with hearty commehdatlon. Rev. Dr. P. J. Supple, who teaches the class In Christian doctrine, announced that the papers bad been prepared by the pupils themselves, the/ essays and subjects heing chosen by them. He, had not corrected or assisted. William Pbelan was salntatiirian. Miss Lillian Lycetle class historian, and Miss Mabel I. L.vcette valedictorian, and their compositions and delivery were of a very high order "The order Of exercises included papers mi "Sir Thomas More." by Miss Susie Sharkey: "The vestiges of the Catholic Explorers on tho American Continent," by John O'Hnre: "John Henry Newman and the Oxford Movement'" by Miss Mary Col ran; "1 be Memories' of the Gregorian Centenary" by Miss Abby Galvln:...
MORRISSEY-POWERS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 2 July 1904
MORRISSEY-POWERS. At St. rani's church Tuesday morning, Miss Elizabeth A. Powers, daughter of Thomas Power*, the well shown carpenter, and William Morrissey were united In marriage. Nuptial high muss was solemnized by th? Rev. Fr. I'arrell. The bride was gowned In whit" crepe do chins and carried sweet peas. The bridesmaid was Miss ilertrudc T. Carroll who wore pink mull and carr.nl pink sweet peas. The best man was Mr. Paul Morrissey. Immediately after the wedding breakfast was served nt the home of the brides' parents. 7 1-2 Brewer street, n large number of friends being present. The happy couple left In the afternoon for an extended wedding tour. Ipon their return they will reside on Boston street, Somerville. Mr. anil Mrs. Mnrrssoy wen- the recipient* of many handsome and useful weiid ng presents. AmonJ which the following are a few: Tortoise shell toilet set. chafing dish from Mcl.earn. silver lea si I from Mrs. tlcrIriule Bcrmtcr, silver hitter dish, from \rihur It Tabor! crac...
PRESENTATION TO MRS. TEELE [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 2 July 1904
PRESENTATION TO MRS. TEELE fine of the pjeftslng features of the Ltraihiallnu exercises of the Russell school, cauihridtte, was the presentation of a handsome gold watch to Mrs. Alice Uray Teele. hy her associate teachers, Mrs. Teals, who has resinned her position in the Itussel school, where she has taught for a Dumber of years, was much surprised at this suhsiantial token of esteem and affection, hut made a charming response. She hns heeli appointed superintendent of the rrnnklln-fuiuare House, and already, hy her Krnclousness has won the respect and love of tho young women who abide there. Tho Institution Is famous for its homelike atmosphere, mid the kind solicitude shown for the welfare of residents by tho innuiigemont. of which Rev. Dr. George L. Perln is tho head.
GONE TO P. E. ISLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 2 July 1904
GONE TO P. E. ISLAND. Chief Henry J. Cunnlnghnm and lis sister. Mrs. w:illam J. O'Donndl, left yesterday for Prince Edward Island. Mrs. O'Dounell accompanies her brother for a much needed rest and will remain a month or more, but the culef ii nn but ness bent and will return In about ten days. 11? Is going to alspost of .the homcitoad at Miseouche. whore all the Cunningham family were horn and settle up some other matters in connection with his mother's estate of which he Is the exec ltor. Press of business ill his own Hfni and h'.s intimate asm latlon with the coming lawn party for the Holy Ghost Hoipitnl and the Democratic Held day oblige him to slight his many friends on the Canadian 3lde of the I'ne by paying the scenes of foU childhood only a Hying visit.
FIELD DAY SPEAKERS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 2 July 1904
FIELD DAY SPEAKERS. President Cunningham of tho Democratic City committee, has appointed the following to-asslst him in procuring public speakers for the Democratic Field Day on August _Tt Hon. John 11. H. McNamee. John 11. Corcoran, Representative James F. Aylwanl, Peter Mullln and Jame3 T. Barrett, The other committees win be announced later, as President Cunningham Is oui of town for a few days.
REPORT TO FULL BENCH. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 2 July 1904
REPORT TO FULL BENCH. On Thursday Mr. Justice Barker, who heard the petition In the case of Ounvlngham v. Italy, made n decree In Which he made the following finding, viz.! That the original appointment of the petitioner as chief of pol'ce was valid, that his office was not under the civil service rules and regulations, that the tenure of the office was during the pleasure of the mayor and aldermen and he censed to hold office by the determination thereof ƒ— accordance wtili its tenure and was not removed therefrom, and he reports the case for the determination of the full court. Tlie question will there be reviewed ill tlie fall, and v final authoritative decision made by which the rights of tlie executive nlld of tlie officer will be definitely determined.. Until that time Speculation as to the outcome will be useless.