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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 2 July 1904
WWW Pcttigrew, Bright &amp; Co. MEMBERS BOSTON STOCK EXCHANGE. BANKERS AND BROKERS Exchange Building, Boston. JOHH PETTIGREW. ELMBE H. BRIGHT M^MM|^— ——■ M I^M—^SSBBBSSBSSSBBSSBBSS^BSBSSBSBSSI FOR COODNEBS SAKE DRINK PHENIX I statemenl ot oGA. R. Veieron. I WHITMAN, MASS., May 3d, llXtt PHENIX NERVE BEVERAGE CO. HOSTON, MASS. Gentlemen: Having Buffered for over a year anil a half In consequence of a SHOCK to my nervous BVBteiu, anil although I could get around, It affected my NERVES and memory to a considerable degree. Mr. Pike of the PHENIX Nerve Beverage Company ADVISED me to use PHENIX when In his office last November. 'TWAS GOOD I did so, and have followed It since with most HAPPY RESULTS. Can sleep first-rate, myapiietite Is good again, and I feel like a YOUNGER man. I wish anyone troubled as 1 have been, with Door digestion, sleepless nights, and that HORROR, disordered Nerves, may rind \_ In PHENIX the friend It has proved to me. I worked too much, far too much, on my...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 2 July 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, SKI Bridge hirer., -----..-.. »;«.t Cambridge. BRANCH OFFICE, HARVARD SQUARE. SPECIAL SALE OF TRIMMED WALKING HATS--98 Cents Former Value $2.00 and $2.50. These Hats are all land-made and are of Exceptional. Value. BENNETT'S Fine Millinery. PRICES REDUCED Order Your Coal Now Pea 55.00 Furnace .... _~6.25 Egg ... . . . 6.50 stove and Nut 6.7 5 Franklin .... 8.00 Prompt delivery, and fair treatment by competent and reliable help. Consumers Co-Operative Coal Co. THE YOUNGEST COAL CO. IN CAMBRIDGE „,,.., , nl r ._ h ,i.i„. Office: 71 MAIM STKEKT, I hope 101 Cambridge g Poor. From W,.tHo. t o n Trau.f.r Bt.tloo. 4th Of July J. Be BYRNE Celebra...
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 9 July 1904
THE CAMBRIDGE SENTINEL VOL. I. No. 37. &lt;ALLIED PRINTING TRADE COUNCIL BOSTON, MASS.&gt; 81 CAMBRIDGE, MASS., JULY 9, 1904. PRICE THREE CENTS. The 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, JULY 9, 1904.
SPECIAL MEETINGS Two Are Held This Week [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 9 July 1904
SPECIAL MEETINGS Two Are Held This Week By the City Government. A Despairing Effort Mads to Pasi the Water Loan. The Transfer from the Parks Defeated. There were two special meetings of the city government called this week, the first was culled principally for the council to clear up Its business ami for the passage of the $40,000 111 settlement of the land damages, re-gardlng Prison Point street. On account of the absence of one or two members, who Wert supposed to be favorable to the water loan, that subject was not brought up, but on Thursday evening there was a grand concerted movement, led by Alderman lllodgt»SW-to carry the order through, it did not natter which part of the order, for Isith sections were tried, but to get anything was the desire of the Non-pal tlsnns. Until ordefs were defeated by a vote of 13 to 0. It being necessary to have l."&gt; votes to puss a loan. The four absent were Couiicllinen Ncliigiiu, O'Sell. Monk and Woods. there were special meetings o...
COMMON COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 9 July 1904
COMMON COUNCIL. At *Mo Tuesday evening fhe special meeting of the council wns called to order of President Steams. Tlie tirst business of the evening was the appointing by the chair of a special committee to meet a similar one from the upper hoard In regard to the death of Charles Walker, a former member of the city council. The committee appointed were Messrs. Diniin, Meyers and Wnleott. Councilman Downey moved that the order, transferring $3000 from the park department to police department, be taken up. Councilman Hotfan desired to, know how much money had been appropriated for the park police at the tlrst of the year. Councilman Monk replied that no money had been appropriated for the park pulicu. He stated that he would not give his vote to such un order, lie thought that the park department needed all the money that they could get and that it was a shame to take the money from tfiem as the parks were a great enjoyment to the poor people. He also said that there had not been eno...
THURSDAY EVENING'S MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 9 July 1904
THURSDAY EVENING'S MEETING. The board enme to order nt S.'J.*". but It wns hnrd to get n quorum. Ip the absence of city Clerk Brnndon. Asslstnnt Clerk I'enr officiated nt the reading desk. The committee on puMle property recommended That the Punster School be gold nt public ancfloh ftf n sum not less than sjt.fiOO the same to lie npplled to the permanent Improvement of schoolhouses under the direction of the school honrd. Adopted. Alderman Blodgett Introduced nn order appropriating ?2W),000 for Inylng the Hohbs brook section of the wnter conduit. The order wns adopted under a suspension nf the rules nnd sent to the common conncll, where It wns killed. Tn&gt; committee on licenses recommended thnt John Morin be granted o license ss a common victualler nt No. 0 Brattle street, nnd Abrnrh Ooldor be granted a pedlar** license. Thli recommendation was adopted. Alderman Flynn offered nn order for on are lamp nt the corner of TTnrvnrd and Elm streets. Referred to the committee on w...
common COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 9 July 1904
common COUNCIL The common council win held bnck until par,, waiting for enough Tote* to puss the water loan, and filially all members arrived except Coirucllfilen Nelllgun, Monk and Wood. The library committee reported a communication from the trustees of the public library approving the location of a Jiraucb library oil Beach street. The communication was received and placed on file. Councilman Reunion offered an order appropriating *800 for band concerts during the months of August and September, and naked that the rules be suspended so that Hie order could pn««. As usual. Councilman Meyers and Wnleott. who oppose anything for the benefit of the poor, opposed this, and the motion was defeated by a strict party vote, the Democrats voting for nnd the Non-partisans against It. The matter was referred to the finance committee, where It will die of Innocuous desuetude. Councilman Wnleott moved to take the water (turn order from the table., appropriating $245,000 for the Fresh Pond sect...
NORTH CAMBRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 9 July 1904
NORTH CAMBRIDGE. Mr. Timothy Sullivan, aged 80. one of the oldest nnd most respected residents of North Cambridge, died early Thursday morning after having been 111 bat four days. The funeral took place from his late residence. 12 Jackson street. Saturday. July 2, Fr. McConl celebrating the requiem high mass nt the chapel at nine o'clock. Burial was In Kludge avenue cemetery. Pnll- ' hearers, were Pntrlek Sullivan. John Hon eh. MnxHce Nelllgnn. Dennis T.enhy. John T.onTiy. The Columbia* went to R&lt;Midolnh h»t Saturday afternoon and tasted defeat for the first time this senso". their victors h«--l"c the stroii ir soml-pi'o'ossional teom known ns the Randolph A. *\. Fo&lt;- the first (■lt It w «s t brittle and Mrtlnnev l»nd sllghtlv the better "hod" of It «'lie»i nn error hv one nf his on * "el d •''■-' irnve the nnnonents the n&gt;«t •"'U'-- Th'° CnItimnioq f-At tlieJr- r.Mv t"-n (tt* fflA et&lt;- n »h Knf *ho Pinflninli hfty~r rilUed ngi|*&g...
WILL BUY PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 9 July 1904
WILL BUY PICTURES. Then' wns a meeting of the committee having the Coggswell testimonial in the mayor's office on Tuesday evening to hear the reports of the varlois. committees ami wind Up its affairs. There wns found to he about $800 left In tlie hands of the finance committee, and it was voted to have 'his sum spent in the purchase of pictures of an educational character so that each of the remaining ten grammar schools which had not heen provided with a plfitUf In the llrst distribution be given one. thus making all the grammar schools as well as the High and Latin schools hive hanging on their walls a memento of the Coggswell scmi-centeii-nlnl. The selection of tlie pictures was lefl to a sub-commlttce. Votes of thanks were passed to the various papers and to those who assisted in making the celeliratlon a aUoCesB. The amount raised by voluntary suosQrlptlons wns about $1800, and as there was only about $Khhi spent, for the clock and other things Incidental to the testimonial It...
BOARD OF HEALTH [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 9 July 1904
BOARD OF HEALTH The regular meeting of the board of health was held on Wednesday afternoon at i o'clock. All members were present. A preliminary permit to keep four horses was granted to the Cambridge Lumber Company at Rfl llrliluc Mrect. Applications were made, for Stables by .las. Mciiowan, 1/f Fayette street, three horses: Hoslfon Dairy Company. 11 Willnrd street, live horses.: Morris Hynn, -ll Uradh'iry street, one horse; William llnnlon. iSs Cortland street, two hordes. The board rescinded Its former action In r ganl to ordering the water bonril to abate the nuisance at Cider Mill pond, and ordered that the abutters now abate the nuisance. These are liavld itltchie. .Josephine Stone, and ttte city of Cambridge, the latter owning by far the larger part. A letter from the water board to Health Commissioner Clark. In which Superintendent BrOOkX of the water board stated thai there had been no water turned Into the pond from Cnyson Park reservoir since about the middle of .Inne. Hi...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 9 July 1904
Councilman Harlow, witli pardonable pride, states that in his opinion his Is the best looking picture In the group of the Fourth of July committee published last week. It Is well not to be Iro modest. Word Is now passed along the-line that tlie water loan order will not again come before Hie city council this year. The Xon-iiartisnns are now crying baby because they cannot have everything their own way, despite what may be for the best Interests of the city. Tlie pig-headedness which refuses to tolerate n just and fnlrmluded investigation gets Its just deserts. Now it seems to me a trifle peculiar thnt the moment an Invesligatioir seems imminent that the Nonpartisans take to the woods. Yes. it seems very odd indeed that when they, find that certniii members in the common council will not vote till they have (ho subject on which they are asked to vote thoroughly explained to them: it seems strange that rather thnn submit to un investigation they should withdraw the order entirely. So...
HOW IS THIS? [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 9 July 1904
HOW IS THIS? It would seem from the subjoined that there has been some favoritism shown 00 the part Of some of the employees of the public library. The following is from the Boston Traveler: "At the Cambridge Public Library, an ƒ—Mitiiiioii supported by the taxes of all the peddle of the city, favors are being extended to •responsible' citizens which are not &lt; xtci ded t othe common taxpayer. "A 'responsible' citizen can take out on Sunday honks to be carried home; the general public cannot do tills. The rule of vie Institution, as printed on the latest issue of library cards, is tliat no books at all shall be taken out on Sunday for home use, and when a 'responsible' citizen gets one it Is mi infraction of the rule, a favor, granted without a record, being maue of I lie fact on the card, where it Is charged as of the preceding Saturday. "Last Sunday afternoon a citizen went there tv return two ls&gt;oks, one charged on his own card and the other charged on the ca...
SERVE ALL ALIKE [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 9 July 1904
SERVE ALL ALIKE " Tluink yea fnv .your prompt reply in my Inquiry with regard to the ueilvery ox i,.,,1is i,ii Sunday. ■■ 'Apiinreiiiiy yen nrrsiuio- the reason for my c plaint, 11 Is nut particular); am imyliiß in in,- in he obliged in draw booki other days than Sunday, if tl xrcptlou In my fuvnr Is to lie' ciinll 1 to my mvn cillll, lis ynlll- use or the Word 'intuit' Hllggests, I should never go to' the library on Hint day, since ray young son always no companies mc The tilscriuiiiuitioii, inn. against llctlon would Inn- us. because rti imr'house we think most nf the Hooks In tile ivni-ld thnt lire worth rending nre stories Tin' movement which I began Ifi my note In you looking to n gsnerfti opening nf the circulation department mi Sunday wns not ~n iiehnir or myself, hut of my follow-oltl Kens. ■ Permit me to decline your offer of spec lal fnvors to myself on Silmlilys. 1 llml Hint for several weeks I hnve I drawing hooks on Hint dny, most of them action. iitiir of them not for ...
MANNIX—O'HARA. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 9 July 1904
MANNIX—O'HARA. William H. Mannlx. one of the bestknown young men In this city, and head clerk in Moriarty's shoe store, Harvard square, was married last Sunday evening to Miss Nora V. O'Hara of Revere. Tlie ceremony was performed by Rev. Fr. O'Connor at the Ohurcn of the Immaculate Conception, Revere. The bride wore grey nun's veiling over pink silk, ami carried n bouquet of bride's roses. The bridesmaid. Miss Margaret Quinu, of Charlestowu, wore pink silk muslin nnd curried a bouquet of pink roses. The best man was Edward .1. Welsh of this city. After the ceremony a reception was held at the hpme of the bride, 84 Beech street, Revere. Mr. and Mrs. Mannlx are living at 4H Kiiimilril street of tills city.
SQUIRE'S RESTAURANT. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 9 July 1904
SQUIRE'S RESTAURANT. For several months, in fact since last .March, when the extensive additions were made to the plant, John I. Squire A.- Co. have been making preparations for a big restaurant to be rim in connection with their works, and for the exclusive use (if the members of tbf company and their employees. This week the litial touches have been added and on Monday it is expected the long-lookeil-for restaurant will be opened. While the employes have watched the progress of the workmen with the greatest interest, the outside world has known practically nothing of the preparations that were making. The worn has boon in the hands of John X. C'roker, general manager oi the Squire company and Kdward 11. whitfnrd. treasurer. jhe dining hall. i"i by ."si feet, Is decorated in soft tones of green, with rafters and coiling in white and shrimp pink. Lighted by electric lights In ground glass globes the effect is artistic and effective. The tables, 1!) in number, are In 01.l oak with ch...
DR. SLAYTER RETURNS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 9 July 1904
DR. SLAYTER RETURNS. lir. John T. 11. Slnyter. who at the outbreak of the Spanish-American War offered his services to the United States as surgeon and was accepted. is now returning home on a four months' furlough, the tlrst he has had since he enlisted in the government's service, lir. Slayt"i\ during his course nl army life has won a Wide reputation as an able surgeon as Well as being a recognized authority in medical circles. In lir. slnyter's short army career, his ability has been recognized by his appointment as an assistant siirge.m in the United Slates army and by his election to the position of president of tlie hoard of health at Tingnyeu, P. T. The arrival of Dr. Slayter in this city sometime next week Is causing no little stir amongst a host of his friends who are anxiously awaiting his presence.