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ANNUAL SALE [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 16 April 1904
ANNUAL SALE Ol the Holy Ghost Hospital lor Incurables Opens with a Whist Party on Thursday Evening. The nuiuial wile of the llosplinl Aid Society of the Holy tlliost Hospital for IncUrublei opened ill the lecture ball at the hospital on TTiursdny evening with n muininotli whist parly. Whist wns enjoyed until 10 o'clocK, after which the following prises were awarded among the winner!*: First lndy's prise, Miss Mnboney. cut glass salad dish: second lndy's, Miss Hose Smith, cut glass celery dish: tirst gentlemen's prize, Wllllnm Walsh, cut glass decanter; second gentleman's prize, Daniel McLean, balf-do/.en wine glasses. Citizens' Branch table Is In charge of Miss Sarah Norton, assisted by the Misses Childs nnd others. This Is n very well filled table wltbrtill the fancy articles one could desire either for presents or home decorations. Home branch tnble Is In cbnrge of Miss Jennie Ball, assisted by Mesdnmes B. J. Brandon, Patrick Dndy and William J. Hopkins. Codman Branch table is In ...
LESLIE HINTING CAMP. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 16 April 1904
LESLIE HINTING CAMP. The fourth annual hall of Ihe Leslie F. Hunting camp, No. 13, Legion of Spanish War Veterans, was held in Armory hall on last Thursday evening. The success of the ball s due to the untiring efforts of the following commillees: Reception committee: Fast Commander Charles W. Facey, Fast Commander .1. Leo McDonald, Fast Commander Patrick I. McSamara. Past Commander Ronald a. Mcl.eod. Senior VSee-Comninndor Harry .1. pougan, Paymaster Charles \V. Rogers. Committee of Arrangements, Junior Vice-Commander J, It. Keougb, ciiainnaii, Senior Vice-Commander 11. J. Dougan, Secretary. Pasl Commander J, I.co McDonald, Treasurer: Commander Qeorge F. Mullen, Past Commander Ronald a. Mci.eod, Paymaster Charles W. Roger* Officer of the Hay--1". Waldo Haskins. The floor was In charge of Commander George f. Mullett, ami Junior Vlce-Comipander James v. Keough, assisted hy Adjutant William .1. Ward. Quartermaster Janus X. Dotignn, and the following aids: Officer of the Guard Israel A...
MANHATTAN OUTING CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 16 April 1904
MANHATTAN OUTING CLUB Tin. tiis; ma ml ball of the Manhattan Outing t'luli wns held In Cypres* hull, MnltH temple on Thursday evenIng. The hnll wns prettily decorated with the Natiotntl colors, large streamerg hanging fr the center of the hall tci the balconies, The grand niarcli wns led hy President .lohn .1. Smith nnd Miss Josephine Smith, who were followed hy Mr. nnd Mrs. Newton McCllire uud about HKI other couples. The tloor wns in charge of .lohn .1. Smith, assisted hy John McKay, and the following nlds, A, P. CTmlflgJier, John Llnehan, Newton MeClure,' Henry Smith, William Smith. Joseph Davidson; Clifford Stacy, Stephen McDonald, nnd James Melsop, Tln&gt; officers of tin' assoclhtlnn nre John J. Smith, president: A. !•'. Qallegher, trensttreri John McKay, rlce-presldent; Newton MeCltire, financial secretary! nnii John 1.. Llnehnn, recording taryAmong those present were noted: Mr. nnd Mis. Oeorge M. Clnkils. Mr. ii nil Mrs. Newton Mel'luro. Mr. nnd Mrs. John 1.. Mnchnn....
R. M. T. S. PLAY. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 16 April 1904
R. M. T. S. PLAY. Pnreiits, friends and schoolmates at the clnss of '111, seniors of Ihe Kludge \lnnii.il Training School, tilled the Newtowne club hull, North Cnmbrldge, lo overflowing lasi Friday evening, when the three net comedy "Uncle' - wns given by members of the clnss. All of ihose, iii the comedy displayed much dramatic ability, which reflects mticn credit upon the work of Hubert Smith, tinder whose direcllon Ihe pcrlnrmnncc wns given. Severnl of Ihe boys essayed feminine roles, nnd their efforts were re|ienledl.v npplniided. The east wns ns follows; Uncle Itootlo, Jiiines Alexander Suivthe; Paul Beaumont, Frederick Kenneth Myles; Peter Fletcher, Daniel Faunce Woodcock; l'liffln. Clarence Lester Foster; Mrs. Benumout, Franklin Walter Coleman; Emily Montrose, Roger Sanford Hubbard; Surah Jane, Daniel Prancls Downing. Hilling the llrst and second acta, gelnotions were rendered by the R. M. T. S Glee Club, which won several encores for lis work, under the leadership of Frederi...
MARKET LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 16 April 1904
MARKET LETTER. Since our letter of April 7th, the market has been playing a waiting game, prices have neither advanced or declined to any great extent. The "friendly Suit?' In the Northern Securities case al St. Paul Is attracting attention while awaiting the decision to be rendered in a few days; meanwhile the public held aloof from the market. One tiling Is especially noticeable and that Is with any decline 111 prices, business on the exchange becomes almoai stagnant and pressure lo soil stocks ceases. Money is very easy and will probably continue so for some Utile time. the West has plenty of money, and nre buying EAste'l'n bonds, something they have not done In a long time. Business In that section Is Improving daily: as to the crops It Is rather 100 early to make predictions. We do not look for any pronounced activity In the stock market at the present time, but are of the opinion that prices will advance as undoubtedly the tide has turned for. the belter. The readiness with wh...
OAKLAND OUTING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 16 April 1904
OAKLAND OUTING CLUB. Tin. Ilrsl grand ban of the Oakland Outing Club was held nn last Wednesday evening. |'he hall was tastefully decorated with the national colors. Much success Is due Hie untiring efforts of the committee In charge. The floor was in charge of floor director. Joseph Conway, assisted by James Connor, ami the following aids: Jeremiah Hngorty, Frank Murphy. Rodney N'addy. Charles Murray, Jiliui's WMs .ii John Cnshmnn. Frederick Mack Thomas Mulcahcy, Michael Barry Charles MeKenzle. Edward Kellv. John Pnnii, wiiiiam ("slacken, John Olnoken, E. ii. McDuffee, Among those present were Ex-Mayor John H, It. M,Na, , v rnv ,„. AlJjnw . fine Daly, J. Prank Facey, Thomas nighe, Harry Cornell, Edward Cameron. George Murphy. Rddle Davit, Richard Conway. Frank Murray Geoi &lt;2|nkns. Michael Shaughnessv. .lohn •'.hertj. William Doherty, '.nomas • ilierty, 1.-,.,,,,!; Murphy, Charles Murray Charles VfcQlone. .Tames m,AuMff Charles Bnowdcn. J,,,,,,' „,.?..*„ ,"T"„ S v;l ". In...
CAMBRIDGE SOCIAL UNION. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 16 April 1904
CAMBRIDGE SOCIAL UNION. The liostonlan liramatle ro sunTom P, M „ r ""," &lt;,rt u ™- n - wiii SS lorn Pinch, a piny In three acts being a dramatization of Incident., |„ Charles Dickens novel. "Martin Ohmtalewlt " Ihiirsdny evening. April M, In Brattle nail. The following Is the cast of chnraeters: Old .Martin Chusw.lewlt. Mr. I,awrence s. Howard: Miss Craham (his ward). Miss Pearl Perkins; Mart Tapley of the Dragon, Mr. .1. 1,. King: Mr. Pecksniff, an architect, Mr. v. a. Hrittaln; Charity and Mercy, his daughters, Mrs, clnra Howard ami Mrs. 1.. Addle Tucker; .lane, his maid servant. Miss Florence Joylsln: Martin Chii/./.lowlt. Jr.. John Wostlock and Tom Pinch. Pecksniff's, pupils. Mr. Orlb M. Tucker. Mr. Meyer Itiiblnowitz anil .Mr nay.en; Until Pinch. Tom's slsler. Miss Kthel Perkins; Murlgatwyd nnd James, portors. Mr. J. C. Walling and Mr. William Sopper; Lillian Poyntrr, a child. Miss Anna lln/.en.
MUSTER AND BALL [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 16 April 1904
MUSTER AND BALL There will be held on Patriots' nny. April H&gt;. n phiyout between the Hed .Incket Veteran Firemen's Association nnd the North Cnmbrldge Vetenin Firemen's The pltiyoni win be held near liimnn siiunre. nbout 10 o'clock ill Hie forenoon. The committee in charge of the playoui hnve made all the necessary arrangements. After tlie contest the inenibers nnd Invited guesls of both associations will adjourn to Hed .Incket Hnll wliere refrcslininnts will lie served. The committee In charge of the muster on the purl of the Red .Inckel Association are Pros. Wllllnin S. Chambers, ox-pros. Wllllnin Story, nnd foreman Betiry Pierce, For Ihe North Cambridge Association: Pri's. Jnmes A. Kelly, Foreman Wllllnin T, King. Treasurer George 11. Bllltchford iiiiil Edward Grant tin Monday evening, Patriot*' i&gt;ny era., April in, the Sortta Cambridge Veteran Firemen's Association will bold their second annual concert and hull 111 t'yiiri'KH Hull, Piowpi'i'l street. A larg...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 16 April 1904
The first crnnd hnll of the Owl Cycle club was held In Institute hull. East &lt;'amhrldi'o. on Thursday evening last. A large lis! of local talent entertained during the first part of the evening. Dancing wns then enjoyed until '.' o'clock. Mclnnes' orchestra furnished the music for the occasion.
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 16 April 1904
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 16 April 1904
CHAS. E. DAVIS, - - Optician EYES J B N ° FEE EXAMINED NECESSARY WWW &amp; DAVIS METHOD &amp; NOW AT 367 Boylaton Street 1 Flight E'evtor SODEN STREET STABLES ULRIC (IACINN, - Manager. 12 Soden Street, Telephone 339.4 Cambridge. Formerly Ilartlett's Stable. This Stable, la now undsr Now Manatferaenl. Now Horse*, Hackl and Carriage*. Carriages furnished for Weddings, Funerals, and all classes of work, at say. hour of tho 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 FURNACE, $6.50 STOVE, $7.00 wQ3ll EGO, $7.00 For prompt delivery and fair treatment send your orders to the CONSUMERS CO-OPERATIVE COAL CO. The youngest Coal Company In the City. Office, 71-73 Main St. 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....
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 23 April 1904
THE CAMBRIDGE SENTINEL VOL. I. No. 26. &lt;ALLIED PRINTING TRADE COUNCIL BOSTON, MASS.&gt; 81 CAMBRIDGE, MASS., APRIL 23, 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. East Cambridge news items for the SENTINEL can be left at the news store or William H. Shaunnessy, 278 Cambridge street, where the representative of this paper will receive it. SATURDAY, APRIL 23, 1904.
CHIEF CASEY HONORED By a Banquet at the Hotel Brunswick, Presented with a Watch and Portrait for City Hall. MARKET LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 23 April 1904
CHIEF CASEY HONORED By a Banquet at the Hotel Brunswick, Presented with a Watch and Portrait for City Hall. MARKET LETTER. By Many Fellow Citizens No higher tribute could have been paid to any man than was paid to Chief of the Fire Department Thomas J. Casey at the Hotel Brunswick on last Saturduy evening, when over 200 of his fellow citizens assembled to participate In the testimonial given to him on the completion of his 50 years of duty In the tire department of this city, the last 25 of which he has served as chief. It is safe to say that there has not been a more representative gath- ering of citizens at any function for many years than that which there assembled. The speeches were all good. They were not too long. The singing of the several numbers by "Houghton's Choir," under the direction of John B. Whorisky, were excellent and the viands were all that could be desired. It was unfortunate that H. O. Houghton was forced to leave the fesfivitles before these were well commence...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 23 April 1904
And while I am writing on the subled of the tire department I would like to bring to the attention of taxpayers of the city the laxity shown by the present chief In the management of Ills department. The horse on Hose 5 lias been out of commission for the past few days and a hired horse has been taking Its place. On Wednesday morning I happened to be on Cambridge street, near the railroad crossing, when box- SIS came in, and I ■topped to watch the..apparatus responding to the alarm, and what wns my surprise to see the chemical from Central pass the aforementioned hose wagon before If reached the railroad crossing. Business again took me In the same vicinity on Wednesday noon when boxes ft and 8 came In. and again Chemical 1 passed the hose wagon at Sixth street. Come, chief, let's have some better horses on Hose 5. To those who had never had the pleasure of listening to ex-Mayor McN'atnee either on the stump or on other occasions, bis remarks of presentation of the watch and chain t...
DIVISION 20, A. O. H. Celebrates on Monday Evening, Ex-Alderman Barrett replies to Mayor Daly's Pittsfield Speech. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 23 April 1904
DIVISION 20, A. O. H. Celebrates on Monday Evening, Ex-Alderman Barrett replies to Mayor Daly's Pittsfield Speech. Iniuaii Hall was taxed to Its utmost capacity Monday eveiilug at the smoke tulk and concert, which was Held undi r the auspices of Division 'M, A. O. H. the addresses delivered were among tlie best heard for some time at liny gathering of the kind, In fact, It wus U least of eloquence und reason. Statu President JohU A. Hyan, Hon. John H. H. McNamee, ex-Alderman Jumes T. lturrett, Representative James If, Ayhvard, Aldenuun S. H. Ilarrlnglou, Hepresi'iitative E. .1. Selinolt, Chief of Police Henry J. Cunningham, and several brother members of Division iiO spoke. Tile exerclces were in charge of Tboinas Herliliy, president of tne division, who carried out the program in a very creditable manner. The most notable of the many and Interesting addresses wus the one delivered by ex-Alderman Barrett, who is v member of Division 13, and the wuy he paid his compliment's to Muyor ...