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A SURPRISE PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 20 February 1904
A SURPRISE PARTY. The friends of Wllllani It. Mncklu gathered til Ills homo. 233 Harvard street. Cninbrldgeport, last evening and presented him with n beautiful Watch charm. The presentation speech was iniide by Thomas Patterson. The charm was a Heptiisoph emblem. Mr. Macklu, although completely surprised, managed to express his thanks for the girt. During the evening vocnl selections were rendered by Mr. Hugh .1. Gorman and Messrs. Gllcup, Corey. Burns and Sullivan, aud v duet by Daniel Murphy ami Wllllani Murphy. Prof. Sydney performed many Interesting sleight-of-hand tricks, while L. Solomon's impersonal ions were exceedingly clever. Among those present were Messrs. Hugh .1. Gorman, Prof. Sydney, 0, Corey, Fred Pratt. Daniel and Wllllani Murphy. L. Solomon, T. Rtiruett. 11. Stevens, Jereniliih Kelley. John Sullivan. C. Burns. Frank Hunter. N. Ciilliigliiiii, C. Casey. Thomas Patterson, 'DM Karnes William H. Murphy, P. W. Klieup, H. Deelion. J.~ iMcNiiughtoii, Beii Davis. N. Wiixm...
A PLEASANT BANQUET. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 20 February 1904
A PLEASANT BANQUET. ItVv. Fr. Dooily. permanent pastor or St. Mary's or the Anniinclutlon gave a banquet to the members or tlie choir, the Church debt collectors; the church ushers, at the Cambrldgeport gymnasium on Monday evening. After the repast there were speeches by Rev. Frs. Doody. Riley, Dwyer and Burry, nnil n very Interesting musical program consisting of numbers by members of the choir and others. The occasion was one long to lie remembered by nil who were present,
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 20 February 1904
"Tuberculosis" will be the principal subject for discussion nt tbe monthly meeting of the Cambridge Medical Improvement society. In the Colonial club bouse on the nlglil of Feb. 23. Tlie boards of health of Cambridge and Boston and every Cambridge physician haw lieen Invited to attend.
LOCAL BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 20 February 1904
LOCAL BREVITIES. I i Druggist George 11. Rlatchford of • Baldwin street has been coniinedto i the house for the past three weeTts. , with Inflammatory rheumatism. He i has recovered sufficiently to be out for a short time each day. Druggist Augustus Cunningham and his wife left last evening for a tr'p to New York and Washington to be absent for about ten days. John Barrow of 'Jul Md street reported to the police Thursday morning that his clothes-Hue was robbed Wednesdiy night of five sets of underwear. Olney E. Sherman, the man arrested on the charge of larceny by Inspector Kenney and Patrolman Scobey of this city, hits been turned over to the Somervllle police. There was an alarm of lire from box .',l at 13,80 Thursday morning. The tire was in a barn on the Edward White estate. 54 Ellery Btreet. I he barn was occupied'-by a teamster named CunnlnghaTr};' Twelve horses were rescued, from the stable. The damage was .*."&gt;&lt; m. The cause Is unknown. Mayor Daly atten...
EIGHTY-FIRST ANNIVERSARY. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 20 February 1904
EIGHTY-FIRST ANNIVERSARY. Tlie second Universalis! church of i Ciiitilirldgs, tinw popularly called "The : Open Church," observed the eightyl lliMt n universal'}' of Its organisation . Sunday afternoon, the pastor, Rev. Charles V. Parter, preaching the serin, an extract of which follows: ) I have read to yon the Covenant and , Articles of Faith, which those noble t men find women, your parents and grandparent*, constructed and sttb- , scribed to eighty-one years ago. As - 1 ponder upon their simplicity of faith, . nnd upon their consecration of pttr- • pose, I am reminded of the spirit nnd , purpose of- the organisation of that I oliler church, fotnied nearly 1900 yenrs ago. The first mention of a church formation Is In Matthew XVI, 10-18, ' where upon Peter's declaration that 1 Jesus Is the Son of God, the llnster ' replies. "Thou nre Peter, and upon this 1 rock will I build my church." I hnve ' no controversy with the Roman church 1 upon tho text, for I rend in the second 1 chapte...
NOW UP TO THE COURT [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 20 February 1904
NOW UP TO THE COURT To Decide As to Who it Chic! of Police of Cambridge. An Early Set for the Hearing. Following the statement made when the subject was llrst broached by Mayor Duly, Chief of Police Cunningham lias shown tnat he meant Just what he said when he refused to resign. He also refuses to be bluffed and he will light for what he and his friends consider his rights. An order has been issued by the Supreme Court and served on Mayor Daly and Acting Chief. I'ullen which requires them to answer on or before Tuesday next why a writ of mandamus shall not issue. The Supreme Court will then set a date for hearing both sides. There-will have to be something" besides bluff shown by the mayor and the Nonpartisan machine. '"ills matter Is treated of elsewhere in this Issue and it is not necessary here to go into further .etatls,
THE GYPSY MOTH. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 20 February 1904
THE GYPSY MOTH. Work on the removal of the Gipsy .■mil brown tail moth is progressingl very rapidly. Superintendent of i Parks Montgomery has n large force at work anil although the mayor held ! buck the appropriation until the last I minute, the work Is very well ail- i valued. It would have been still furIhcr advanced.bad it been possible to obtain tools when wanted, but the large cull for cutters, etc.. etc., from all over the afflicted section, made n shortage of these articles. If the owners of private property will see thai their trees are clear there will be much relief this year.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 20 February 1904
j. Leo Mcdonald &amp; go. House Painting, Graining, Paper Hanging, GUiiug, la trior Decorating. OFFICE,... 22 ELIOT STREET. T.I. Cainbiduc 514-\ Shop, ;; Church St W. H. H"U » old Stand. CHHS, RTKINS „ CO. mper nmm, vmam, kalsomininb, TINTING. WHITEWASHINB. Exterior and Interior Daooratlng. WsH Pipsr Moulding!, Painting, Blazing, to. 27-20 Prospoot Street, CAMBRIDGCPORT. ty-N&lt;_ Central Sq. 'IVI. 77-' .'&lt; ( anilirlilge. H. J. SHAW, . Snooessor to Miller &amp; Shaw, .Manufacturer of ' Portable Steam Hoisting Engines, Hammers, Nipper, etc,, for,, ('tis, Prtvlng* 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 Repalrlna. Cor. Sixth Street and Broadway, Cambridgeport, Mass. E. J. DUNPHY Dealer in Watches. Clocks, Diamonds, Jewelry, Silverware, Optical Goods. Spe-liil attention given to Fine Watch, Clock and Jewelr...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 20 February 1904
I.KCAI. NOTU'K. rOMMOWVK.W.TII Hl' \l.\SS\ciirsKrrs. .\iiiii&gt;i.i:si:.\, ss. probate COI'HT. To tho heirs-at-law, next nf kin anil all other persons Interested in the estate of lili-hard .Whorlskey, late of Cambridge, in said t'ounty, deceased. Whereas, a certain Instrument purporting to be the last will nnd testament or snld deceased have been , presented to said Court, for l'robate. by Catlier ! ne X. Whorlske.v. who prays that letter* testamentary may lie issued" to her. the executrix therein named, without giving a surety on her official bond. You are hereby cited to appear at a I'nibiite Court, to be held at Cambridge In said t'ounty of Middlesex, on the lirst dny of March, A. I&gt;. I!KH. at nine o'clock in the forenoon, to show rause. if any you have, why the same should no; be granted. And said petitioner is hereby directed to give public notice thereof by publishing this i citation once in each week, for three successive weeks. In the Cambridge Sentinel, a...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 20 February 1904
LAWYERS. •r,.|,.|iln.iie liw-is Main. DIETRICK, DUNCAN &amp; WOLCOTT Attorneys at Law, mo STATE ST., Rooms 803-804 ' BOSTON, MASS. Evening Office, 671 nassachusetts Avenue, Cambridge. FRANCIS P. CURRAN, Lawyer, 20 Pemlierton Square, Boston, Mass. l»« OSlees, ai reniberti.ii Square, Himtnn. I*B7 llayumrket. Residence, lintel Majentlc, Caiiilirlilge, Z7M Cuinllrlilge. Telephone, 7433-4 Main ARTHUR L, lAKKZLI., Attorney and Counsellor-at-Law, 23 Court Street, ItiMitim vvn unit sm BOSTON* ■-* ■ , mass. Sesldencei m Spring St., Ha«T (Mmiiiuihik. " JAHES B. VALLELY, Counsellor-at-Law. ltr'ggn iluildlng, . . . Urmnm BS4S, 203 Washington Street, Boston. Tel., Muln, BUS, Keslilenee, :m Aiimry St., l'ainliriilge|i&lt;irt. JOHN J. SCOTT, COUNSBLLOR • RT , L.T\ini 6to Pemberton Building, Pemberton Square, . . Boston. KeHiilenec, 8 LeOMkrd'Avepue.' Teleiitiiine, Hiiymarkel S2SH, James ii. ll'.ll &amp; William J. Greene Attorneys aiij Cuunsdlors-at-Lav. LYTCKUM lll.'IMIINi...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 20 February 1904
Printing J. FRANK FACEY 36 Prospect Street, Cambridge. Allied Printing Trades Council Label Telephone 1205-3. . lIUV THK SI'.NTINKI. OF D. B. Shaughnessy &amp; Son BOOK STORE Newspapers, Stationery, Periodicals, Etc., Etc. " 278 CAMBKIDUe STREET (U|,p. Institute Kulldlngi BAST CAMBKIUOB, MASS. Subscriptions for all Magazines and Papers, Newspapers, Magazines, and Periodical • A SPECIALTY. CREEN-BEER CO. 32 PROSPECT STREET. M. DONOVAN, PRACTICAL UPHOLSTERER And Bedding Manufacturer. Dctiler hi lints* mnl Iron BfMlfl, MiUtri'i-rs. Feather*, Kurnitiii'i* ('(.vi'i-itiji-, nn I ;iil kind- ■ i Upholstering ami Bedding KupplttM, ('inn-hen und MorrU Chuirs made to order Mattre»vte» am) Furniture re put red to lunk v* gnml a* new. 1224 Cambridge Strut. CAMBRIDGE, MASS. N"e»r I'roHpt'ct Street. H. E. WALSH WHOLESALE LUMBER 112 Water Street, BOSTON. MASS. WHITE PINE, YELLOW POPLAR, HARD WOOD. New Brunswick Cedar Shingles. Selling Agent for tlie Mills at Hardwood Umber Co-A.h-vllle. N. ...
CITY GOVERNMENT [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 20 February 1904
CITY GOVERNMENT Toe lioard of iilderiueii held &lt;f regular session on Tuesday evening. All member, were present. a communication friiin tlis mayor asking an iirtilltional sum of $!.'&gt;,- (kni, for the street department hiih referred to tin' committee on lliiiini'i'. Tlir riMiiimiiik'iilliiii wax iik follows: "Kohriuiry 111. HUM, I lieu to toll your nlcnlluu in tln&gt; fact Unit It will in' impossible fur the street department to taki' care uf yesterday's Sturm wliti iln' balance mi Iniiul for Unit purpose. There ims boon appro printed up in tlir present lime for streel cleaning the sum uf 118,746,00, and of this amount Hi1,433,T4 bus Been expended, saving a balance of only fc".i(',.i(i. I respectfully suggest that tlie niiiiiiiiit provided in tbe annual estimates, for tin» removal erf snow, namely, $16,000 be appropriated at once."' An additional sum of $:!ISI for bridges was also asked for. and was referred to the oommlttee on llnanco. A communication fr...
COMMON COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 20 February 1904
COMMON COUNCIL. The common council was called to order at p.m., with President. Steams In tlje chair. Councilman Nolllgan waa the only absentee. The usual routine business from the board of alderman was received and concurred In. Councilman Dlnan Introduced an order which was adopted, calling for a committee of three from the council, with as many of the board of aldermen as may Join to confer with the Roston Elevated Hallway officials In regard to a line of cars between Harvard square and East Cambridge by the way of Central Square and Prospect street. Councilman Stephens Introduced an order calling for the appropriation of $1200 for band concerts during the summer months, the same to be taken from thp contingent fund. Referred to the finance committee. The budget waa taken up and after considerable discussion received Its first reading but on the question of adoption Councilman Downey objected, and It went over until next meeting. The superintendent of buildings sent In a list of ...
WILLOW ATHLETIC CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 20 February 1904
WILLOW ATHLETIC CLUB. What Is entitled "The lirsl liriind Minstrel Show and nance of the Willow Athletic Cluli wll lie held In Odd Fellow's hull. North Cambridge, on Washington's birthday, both~nftcr-.-noon and evening. There Is enough pleasure to be provided for everyone . who will attend, in the afternoon there will be dancing from •_' in v o'clock, and nl "A'i the fun commences again, as it is nt that hour thai the I minstrel show will be started ami this will be continued to 10.80. Dancing will then ih&gt; Indulged in until - o'clock the next morning. Geoffrey Lionel Wbnleii will have charge of the minstrel numbers, nnd he has provided ii host of entertaining talent for tlie declaration of the hosts who will undoubtedly be. present lo enjoy tbe occasion, There will be Whalen as Inlerlocntor. Hud Ilnlllilny. Hen Mernnilus, .Tuck Koy :iud Mat Sullivan, ns end men, with n chorus of twenty voices Including the celebrated tenor Nicholas Fnueon. Then there wjjl be KeettT nnil ...
ST. PETER'S REUNION. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 20 February 1904
ST. PETER'S REUNION. The llrst annual reunion of the mem berH of St. Peter's parish was hold on Monday evening lasl, and was very numerously attended, not .only by Its own members, but al-o by friends from different parts of the city. Harris's orchestra furnished music for the occasion and there were solos by Alias F.va Sweeney. Miss Cecilia Sullivan and Fred Nllcs. master of ceremonies was (leorge It. ('ashman, who acquitted himself with rare credit. Then the main hall was cleared and dancing .commenced. The march was led by Mr. ami Mrs. ('ashman, followed by as many couples ns the tloor would well permit. Dancing continued until '.' o'clock with the following features of entertainment mixed In: Solos. 11. C. Biaisdell, Annie O'Reilly, .1. M. Ashwood, (leorge Sully, and Miss Helen Koane: recitation by William Ilanlon. n burlesque by the Flanagan brothers, and a banjo and violin imitation act by William Payne. At 10 o'clock supper was served on the stage. In charge of the ladles of ...