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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 5 March 1904
j. Leo Mcdonald &amp; co. House Painting, Graining, Paper Hanging, Gluing, Interior Decorating. OFFICE,. .. 23 ELIOT STREET. Tel. Cambridge 544-'- sho P. •» Church St W. 11. Holt a Old Stand. CHRS, HTKINS St CO. MXI HAnBERS, WHITENim. KALSOiIIWia, TMTIM, WHITEWASHING. Exterior and Interior Daeoratlnf. M Pip* Mouldings, PilnUsg, Bitting, is. 27-29 Prospect Street, CAMBRIDCIPORT. ty Near Central Sq. Tel. TTii-3 Cambridge H. J. SHAW, Successor to Miller A Shaw, Manufacturer of Portable Steam Hoisting Engines, Hammers, Nippf-s, etc., for Hie Driving; Bolts, Trusses, and other Iron Work foi Bridges and Buildings. r Hydraulic Presses and General Machinery^ Special attention paid to Machine ari&lt;T Automobile Repalrlna. Cor. Sixth Street and Broadway, Cambrldgeport, Mass. E. J. DUNPHY, Dealer In Watches.Clocks, Diamonds, Jewelry, Silverware, Optical Hoods. Special attention given to Fine Watch, Clock and Jewelry Repairing. Kyes Tee' eel and properly fitted to glasses. Ocul...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 5 March 1904
BOSTON ELEVATED RAILWAY CO Time Table of Cambridge Division. Subject to Change without Notice. ARLINGTON HEIGHTS TO BOWDOIN BQ.-(vta Beacon St.). 4.30, 6.00, A. M., 10 and 20 mln. to 11.10 P. M. Night service (to Adams Sq., via Harvard Sq.) 11.37 P. M„ 12.07, 12.37. 1.07, 1.37, 2.87, 8.37, 4.42 A. M. (Sunday— 4.37 5.37). Bunday-7.02 A. M., 20 and 30 mln. to 11.16 P. M. ARLINGTON HEIGHTS TO SUB-WAY-8.01 A. M., 5, 8, IB and 20 mln. to 11.20 (11.30 to Adams Sq.) P. M. Sunday-fl.ol, 0.31 A. M., 10 and IB mm. to 11.20 (11.30 to Adams Sq.) P. M. HARVARD SQ. (EAST CAMBRIDGE) TO CITY POINT-5.20 A. a., 8, 10 and 20 mln. to 11.39 P. M. Sunday—7.24 A. M., and 10, IB and 20 mln. to 11.30 P. M. HARVARD SQ. TO SUBWAY, VIA BROADWAY—O.IB A. M., 30 mln. to 11.12 P. M. Sunday—B.lB A. M., 30 mtn. to 11.18 P. M. HENRY ST. (CAMBRIDGEPORT), TO MASSACHUSETTS AVE.—*4B A. M., 12 mill, to 11.48 P. M. Sunday-8.12 A. M., 12 mln. to 11.48 P. M. MT* AUBURN TO SOUTH STA-T-lOXeA&amp;P, 4J,O,W.KS &g...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 5 March 1904
D. S MURPHY, M. D. V. Veterinary Surgeon Office*, Prospect Stables, 271 Oreen St.. and Dana Hill Stsblts. si Bllery St , Cambridge. Residence, 80 Kasex St. Night Calls received at W. 11. Hunt * ('.,., Druggist*. DANIEL P. DANEHY, Funeral Director and EmtnliiieT. 34 Rindge Avenue, NORTH CAMBRID Carriages furnished 'or Funerals; also Flo. Designs of all kinds. Connected by Telephone, 1 33 1 -2 Cambridge. W. H, ENOS &amp; CO,, Wholesale .mil itetnlr Dealers in Hay, Grain &amp; Feeds 97 Concord Avenue, CAMBRIDOE, MASS. DAVID I. NELLIGAN, Funeral Director i Eiilit, Office ani&gt; Wakkrooms 24 Rice St., NORTH CAMBRIDCE. Superintendent of North Cambrlgd* Cemetery Telephone 1046 Cambridge. Night Calls Answered Promptly. Reycroft Pharmacies Mass. Avenue, Cor. Brookliue Street, Mass. Avenue, Cor. Porter Road. CAMBRIDOE, MASS. __ MOHTOAOKK'S SALE. By virtue of a power of sale contriilui'il In n certain mortgage ili'iil given by .lames Anderson' to Colin r.roen. dated Au...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 5 March 1904
LAWYERS. Telephone WO7-6 Main. DIETRICK, DUNCAN &amp; WOLCOTT Attorneys at Law, 110 STATE ST., Rooms 803-804 BOSTON, MASS. Evening Office, 671 flassachusetU Avenue, Cambridge. FRANCIS P. CURRAN, v "fc*WYER, ao Pemberton Square, Boston, Mass. Law Offices, ao Pemberton square, Boston. 1287 Haymarket. Residence, Hotel Majestic, Cambridge, 27*41 Cambridge. Tslsphone, 2433-4 Main ARTHUR L. FARRELL, Attorney and Counsellor-at-Law, 23 Court Street, Rooms 220 and 221 BOSTON, - . . mass. Residence: 172 Spring St., East Cambhidob. JAHES B. VALLELY, Counsellor-at-Law. Brlggs Building, ... Rooms 5240, 293 Washington Street, Boston. Tel., Main, 620, Residence, 30 Ainory Ht., Cambrldgeport. JOHN J. SCOTT, COUNSELLOR ■ HT - l_Hln£ 6io Pemberton Building, Pemberton Square, . . Boston. Resldenoe, 2 Leonard Avenue. Telephone, Huyinarket 2230. J. JOSEPH FOLEY, Attomejf-at-Lauf, Boom 8, Chronicle ltullcllug, *37» Ma»»achusett* Avenue, i Cambridge, Mhhh. Tel. 825-1 Cambridge. JOHN E. HANNIQAN, A...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 5 March 1904
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE. JOHN F. DOHERTY Real Estate aXU Insurance Htm 6 m I Massachusetts Avenue Cambria*,, Mau. George H. Mahady Successor to John Mahady, Real Estate, Insurance &amp; Mortgages OFFICES 871 Massachusetts Avenue, rtooin 20, Cambridge. 16 Scbonl At.. Room 42, Boiton, Telephone, Main 3176-3. Residence, 61 a Huron Are., Cambridge* EatatM Managed In an Houtit and Economical Msnnsr. GEORGE H. CARRICK, HAL ESTATE and INSURANCE Telephone. 103-2 Cambridge. „6A Brattle Street, Harvard Sq. CAMBRIDGE, MASS. HARRY DUSTIN JOLL Architeqt 671 Massachusetts Avenue, Rooms II and 12. CAMBRIDGE, MASS. Telephone, 955-7. PrintinQ J. FRANK FACEY 36 Prospect Street, Cambridge. Allied Printing Trades Council Label Telephone 1265-3. BUY THE ijENTINEL OF D. B. Shaughnessy &amp; Son BOOK STORE Newspapers, Stationery, Periodicals, Etc., Etc. 278 CAMBRIDGE STREET (Opp. Institute HulldlDg) BAST CAMBRIDae, MASS. Subscriptions lor all Magazines and Papers. Turn your subscriptions...
BOARD OF HEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 5 March 1904
BOARD OF HEALTH. A regular meeting ot Ihe board of health waa held on Wednosday even- lug. All members were present. Tbe following order was passed: Ordered that no person shall keep or allow to be kept lv any building or on any premises of which he may be the owner, lessee,, tenant, or occupant, any cow or cows without a permit from the board ot health.. Every person keeping a cow shall cause the place where It Is kept to be well'ventilated and kept at all times In a cleanly and wholesome corraitlon. It Is therefore ordered that the following regulation be and is hereby adopted: Section 1. No person shall use any building as a stable for cows unless it Is well lighted, and ventilated, has tight roof, and floors, good drainage and all other necessary means for maintaining the health and good condition of the cows and haa been approved by the board of health. Section 2. Bvery person using any such building shall keep the same, and the premises connected therewith, and nil land used f...
CHARITY LODGE F. and A. M. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 5 March 1904
CHARITY LODGE F. and A. M. Hold* Its Annual Ladies' Night in Odd Fellows Hall, Norh Cambridge. A Very Enjoyable Occasion. The annual ladles' night of Charity lodge, X and A. it., took place in Odd Kiel lows hall, North Cajmhrldge. on Monday evening. There was a large gathering of the ineinhers of the lodge and their friends with ladies. A reception was held during the earlier part of Ihe evening by Worshipful Masier I'urry nnd wife and they were assisted by Senior and Junior Wardens, Knuin uel Lansing and Walter 11. I.erned and Miss Lanalng nnd Mrs. I.erned. The ushers were .lonn IS. Kicker, J. It. Hilton, lieorge H. McKee. Peter liray, I ieorge W. Apsey. X. W. Jouett, X. 1,, Pierce, .lohn F, Foster, F. A. Kenl.-m&gt;n, F. X, Blake mid Abie) X. I^uig. After the reception, led by the re(elving line, about Ltm couples marched down to the large hall, where siniill tables, laid for four, were artistically arranged. Seated at these tables the members and &lt;helr guests w...
ADVERTISE IN THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 5 March 1904
ADVERTISE IN THE SENTINEL. The vacancy canned by the death of engineer lllram Hlood of engine ,'t will soon bo tilled. Mnyor Daly has communicated with the members of the civil service commission nnd an examination will be held In the City Hall. All assistant enginemen In the department who desire to take the examination will be allowed to do so. The mayor said this morning that only assistant enginemen would bo allowed to try for the vacancy.
GOOD GOVERNMENT LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 5 March 1904
GOOD GOVERNMENT LEAGUE. The three committees of the league met Wednesday, February 21th, to discuss Aldermnn Carsteln's motion 4o lengthen to two years the term of the mayor and aldermen. Alderman Carsteln and Itlodgett of tho committee on tbe revision ot tbe charter, present by Invitation; addressed the meeting. Mr. Oarsteln said, In brief, that at present each mayor desires a reelection because It baa long been the custom to give two terms to competent mayors, and a failure to obtain a re-election discredits the occupant. Furthermore. It takes, a mayor, particularly where he has not previously served In the City Council, v considerable time to become familiar with the city business. At lirst, In making out tbe budget he has to rely altogether upon tho auditor. The short term caimes ail early effort, by mesas ot uppoliitinents, to secure a re-election. Now tbe mayor depends largely on the Ilnance committee of the aldermen, and It Is desirable that they, too, be secured longer terms...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 5 March 1904
PETTIGREW, BRIGHT &amp; CO., MEMBERS BOSTON STOCK EXCHANGE. Bankers and Brokers Exchange Buildings Boston. JOHW PETTIGREW. ELMER H. BRIGHT sa^s^saai^sasasßas^sgsßj^sM^^Hßaaj^^^l^B'B^MslVsaa^sl^Bßsl^Bßslsaßsl^ ~ JAMeTt. BARRETT, General Contractor. 619 CAMBRIDCE STREET. Estimates Furnished for Every Kind of Work. Telephone Connection. JAMES J. SHEA. ~ — ~ _ ~ ~~ JOHN T. SHEA SHEM BROS. Undertakers and Embalmers Wareroomi, 9 PEARL STREET Office, 407 Cambridge Btreet, f JAMES J. SHEA, 75 Fifth Street. Residences .. . |j OHN T . SHEA, 91 Otis Street. Telephone No. BSS-4. Why Go to Boston to Buy a Piano? When I can save you from 10 to 25 per cent on any . piano, and a year's piano lessons absolutely free. Dealer in Lister, Koell, Kimball, Ludwig &amp; Co., Smith &amp; Barnes, and Wentworth &amp; Keller Pianos. Second-Hand Uprights, Squares and Organs. Y. M. C. A. PIANO ROOMS, 830 Mass. Aye. Democrats Republicans—No Partiality Our Usual LOW PRICES To All. W...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 5 March 1904
ICHAS. E DAVIS, - - Optician EYES m \ EXAMINED II NECESSARY j&amp; DAVIS METHOD j&amp; NOW AT 367 Boylaton Street 1 Flight Elevator SODEN STREET BTABLEB ULRIC dACINN, . Manager. 12 Soden Street, Telephone 339-4 Cambridge. * Formerly llartlett's Stable. This Stavblo Is now undsr Now N«w Horm, Hacks and Cart-lag***. Carriages furnislied for Weddings, Funerals, and all classes of work, at aay hour of the day or night. The Working Man finds the very Best at the lowest market prices. Here are our prices for the very best: PEA, $5.00 A A|l | FURNACE, $6.50 STOVE, $7.00 \a?\JcH ß EGG, $7.00 For prompt delivery and fair treatment send your orders to the CONSUMERS CO-OPERATIVE COAL CO. The youngcit Coal Company In the City. Office, 71-73 Main Bt. . Phone, 101 Camb. Two doors from Transfer Station. W. B. Bridge. Cunningham Bros. REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE Agents for the following Companies: - Cambridge Mutual Fire Ins. Co. I National of Ireland. Agricultural,Watertown.N.Y. Berk...
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 12 March 1904
THE CAMBRIDGE SENTINEL VOL. I. No. 20. &lt;ALLIED PRINTING TRADE COUNCIL BOSTON, MASS.&gt; 81 CAMBRIDGE, MASS, MARCH 12, 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 aa second-class matter Nov. 6, 1903, at the post-office at Boston, Mass., under the Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. SATURDAY, MARCH 12, 1904.
DEMOCRACY GATHERS To Pay Tribute to a Leader [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 12 March 1904
DEMOCRACY GATHERS To Pay Tribute to a Leader At the Banquet Tendered to Ex-Mayor McNamee on Monday Evening. A Crowded Hall and Much Enthusiam. Anyone uot conversant with tlie facts would hive Imagined that It was not a defeated but n triumphant Democracy which gathered nt Rhodes hall on Monday evening, at the banquet tendered to ex-.Muyor McNamee by the Jefferson club, lor the whole affair wns full of enthusiasm and n feeling that victory was theirs pervaded every breast. II was one of the most successful and most largely attended nffairs of the kind ever held In tllls city, and although the tables would accommodate only a few over 2,"i(i nearly two hundred were turned away, although they Wished to pay their tribute tO the guest Of the evening; and Ibis In spile of Hie very stormy weather that prevailed. The hall was handsomely decorated and large pictures of the ex-mayor graced the upper cud of the room, lireat credit is due the club for so successfully carrying out the program whi...
THE "SENTINEL'S" GOSSIP On Current Events and Happenings. A ... Things Observed by Him as He Patrols His Post. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 12 March 1904
THE "SENTINEL'S" GOSSIP On Current Events and Happenings. A ... Things Observed by Him as He Patrols His Post. I notice, that a Republican paper has given considerable space to whnt is termed tbe formation of the "Ward Eleven Independent Club." which Is now In process of being born in the upper part of the city. Is it that the Non-piirtlsiins have become so disgusted wllh tbe amies of the Colonial Club annex, which flourished In Enst Cambridge until all tli» two dollar bills possible had been secured and then died a uuliirul deatli, that Uiey have now gone ns fur from those s'*,. ae| as possible, even to the Arlington line to see If they can get au audience which will listen to the hot air of the leaders who wish to have some plnce In which they can practice during the spring and summer, so as not to forget what they are in office for? But It may be Hint the wide publication of the mucliheralded "smoke talks" In the annex has induced others lii the far remote section from East Cambr...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 12 March 1904
Word reaches me thai n|l Is mil so galilsumc between the mayor and the net ing chief, who he was forced to appoini event when he preferred someone else. And the principal bona of contention seems to be Bert Gordon, who, when the present mayor was associate Jusllce in Ihe local police court, he 11 he said associate justice) Is reported to have designated ns a person unfit io hold the exalted position of police 'officer. The said Gordon stands pretty well wllh tlie present acting chief, however, and for the past two weeks be has been detailed as a plain clothes Uiiiii and attached to ('apt. Hurley's force at headquarters, There seems to have been no order promulgated placing the said Cordon In this touch coveted position, bill he Just seems to naturally be there without anyone knowing why except the chief hlniself. .Many of the officers on the force have been asking bow It happened, but there has been no explanation forthcoming, mid finally tin; mayor heard of it and he made pointed I...
THE STAMP HEARING [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 12 March 1904
THE STAMP HEARING The Cambridge Merchants' Association met In Rhodes Hnll Sunday after- noon and for two hours various anliirailing stump measures were discussed, tlie mutter being eventually left lv the hands of a committee. A delegation from Woburn wus present and pledged the hearty co-operutlon of all merchants In that city. The influence exerted by the Cambridge association was evidenced at the Slate House Tuesday morning, when upward of 400 enthusiasts tried to assemble in room 227. An adjournment wlis made to room 240, and for several hours, arguments pro and con. were heard by the legislative committee on Judiciary. The ablest and most effective speech of the day was made by Edwin J. Dunpliy, the Cambridge street Jeweler. Twelve lawyers represented the untls, the result of their conference being a decision to support a movement wherein each city aud town within the commonwealth shall license its own merchants whose desire It is to give trading stamps. A uniform cost of stamp ...
RECEIVES HONORABLE MENTION [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 12 March 1904
RECEIVES HONORABLE MENTION In the January issue of "Tlie Gael" was printed a series of twenty questions relating .to events connected with the history of Ireland, Inviting Its readers to answer. Tlie aim wus to stimulate the reading of Irish historical' and reference books. Miss Ixiutsa Gavini Du'ffy of Nice, France, won the first prize. ExAlderiniin James T, Barrett received honorable mention by "The Gael," because of the large number of his correct replies.
A NEW CIGAR. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 12 March 1904
A NEW CIGAR. To satisfy the fine trade in the cigar line In this city William Stolba has commenced the manufacture of a specially made cigar which he will cull the "Cambridge." It is a Havana filled, strictly union and hand made articles and Hie maiiuafeturcrs feel confident thdl those who try this purticiilur'cigur will lie thoroughly satisfied with it. It can be secured in box lots from the manufacturer Ol Ihe factory, No. 7(1 Concord avenue.
DIVISION 49. A. O. H. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 12 March 1904
DIVISION 49. A. O. H. Division IP. A. o. H. will hold its annual banquet in Washington null Thursday evening. March 17. at S o'clock. Among the Invited guests will be Rev. Frs. Doody. Ryan, and Durean of this city, ami Rev. Fr. Crayton of Gloucester, who delivered the oration at ihe banquet last year. A good lime is assured and all members should attend, as they will be amply repaid. The degree staff of Ibis division will exemplify the four degrees on several candidates ill the -Sunday meeting, March 20. The third annual cohcerl and ball will be held iii I'rospect Hall, Malta Temple, Tuesday evening. April 2(1. ami from nil reports will be a society event of the season. Many well known people have signified their Intention of being present, Tickets will be ready for the members at the Sunday meeting. March 20.