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TWO ARRESTS On Wednesday Last of Well Known Cambridge Man for Different Offences. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 23 April 1904

TWO ARRESTS On Wednesday Last of Well Known Cambridge Man for Different Offences. Roscoe Mariner Floyd, a well-known Jeweler, was placed under arrest Wednesday In the district court by Inspector John W. Deehan, acting under instructions from the court. He was later admitted to bail amounting to $400, and will be given a hearing next Monday morning. Floyd had bepn summoned into court on a charge of larceny the result of. complaints from different parts of the city, and when the case was called last Monday he was not present to answer the charge. Yesterday he appeared and was ordered under arrest, although he claimed that he did not attend the first day because he was acting under advice of his counsel. For a week past the police of division 2 have received complaints from different persons that Floyd had declined to give up their watches, etc. It was claimed that either Floyd or his agent would, agree to repair a piece of Jewelry for a certain price and that when the customer called ...

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FRANCIS B. MULLIN Is Appointed to a Very Fine Position by Secretary Cortelyou on Wednesday last. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 23 April 1904

FRANCIS B. MULLIN Is Appointed to a Very Fine Position by Secretary Cortelyou on Wednesday last. Francis R, Mullln of this city, a wellknown attorney, was notified Wednes day of Ids appointment by Secretary Cortelyou as special agent for Massachusetts of the bureau of corporations In the department of commerce and labor. Three special agents have been selected tor New England, one being located In Maine and one in Connecticut. .Mr. Mullln will he stationed In Boston. The duties of the special agents comprise the conducting of examinations and making reports concerning certain features of the corporation laws and records of Massachusetts. The oath of office will be administered to Mr. Mullln next Monday and he will start In on his work immediately. Mr. Mullln was bom In Cambridge in 1X79 and received his preliminary education in the Webster and Morse schools. He tltted for college at the Cambridge Latin school and registered In the Boston college "prep" school In IK!*. He was admitte...

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COLUMBIA ASSOCIATES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 23 April 1904

COLUMBIA ASSOCIATES. The Heiul-iiiiiiual election of the CoIniubln Associates was held on last Monday evening. The following ofltocVs w*r» I'lected: Patrick H. Hyde. president: William F. McCloskey. vteeprosldont; Patrick J. Caroll. recording secretary; James. ,T. Lawy. financial secretary: John F. MeCubr. treasurer; baud of directors, Joseph E. I/wine, William li. Lyons. William H. Flynn. Stephen ,T. Forrestnll, Chester R. Wright and Wllllnm ,T. Carroll. The club Is making great efforts to make the Mny party, which Is to lie ou May 10. a success and are undertaking to have n checker-board march, something that was never seen before In this city. It Is under the direction of Thomas J. Edwards, and the members are getting It down fine A-H the members will be dressed In summer outing suits.

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THE FIRST VOLUNTEERS Hold Their 43d Reunion. And the Association the Tenth Annual Banquet on Monday Evening. A Memorable Occasion. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 23 April 1904

THE FIRST VOLUNTEERS Hold Their 43d Reunion. And the Association the Tenth Annual Banquet on Monday Evening. A Memorable Occasion. The tenth annual banquet of the First Volunteer Citizens Association and the forty-third anniversary of the entertainment of Company ('. Third Heglment, M. V. M.. was held at Citizens Trade Association hull on Monday evening last and, as Is usual on such Occasions there was a "feast of reason and a How of wit" besides the feast of good things prepared for the Inner man. Among the unn or more present were: Mayor Daly, John Klnneur, the first man to volunteer; .Gen. 8. E. Chamberlain. Mrs. John Kinnear, Mrs. s. E. Chamberlain, Thomas ,1. irargan, Mrs. Thomas J- Gargan, Mrs. Wellington. Mrs. Chandler. (lon. W. W. Klackinar. Mrs. W. W. Blackmar, Dr. Herbert A. Chase, Mrs. Herbert A. Chase, Mrs. Ward Tropp. Mrs. Benton, Among those present were Oscar F. Allen. (Jen. Win. A. Bancroft, Dr. Charles Hallock. Hollis It. Bailey. Slouirhton Bell. Dr. Francis .T. Bar...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 23 April 1904

A car 'onded with hsv was discovered to be afire or the tracks of the B. & A. by patrolman J. H. McCarthy at 7 last night. He summoned truck S on a still alarm, and the fire was extinguished after a damage of JRO had been done. Daniel C. Hegarty of 6 Cambridge street, died this morning after a long Illness from lung trouble He wns SI years old and a bricklayer by trade. He wns born in Boson. Burial will be In Holy Cross Cemetery. Maiden. Margaret Mulllns, widow of Robert Mulllns. died nt 9S Spring street Sundry, after an Illness from influenza and heart failure. She was born In Ireland, and was DO years old.

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THE SCHOOL COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 23 April 1904

THE SCHOOL COMMITTEE. It was not long since that Mayor McN'amee very pointedly told the school committee that it was teaching to the children In the schools a lot of useless branches that were simply wasting the time of both teachers and scholars, and asked thai the committee look into the matter carefully. it seems that this latter has been partial ly done, at least, as at the meeting of the committee on Thursday evening the sub-committee practically acknowledged that the mayor was rlgnt and recommended that there be a decided change in the lines spoken of in the mayor's inaugural address of January. 1008. That the recoininenilatlon of President Eliot of Harvard to the effect that the school committee be made much smaller in numbers, is a good one. anyone who Is at all lamillar with the workings of Cambridge's school committee must admit. There is too much of the sewing circle idea engrafted upon it and also too much time lost in useless talk when v is in session. There Is also a f...

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THE CASEY BANQUET. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 23 April 1904

THE CASEY BANQUET. The banquet tendered to Chief Casey of the tire department ill the Brunswick Hotel In Boston on Salurduv evening last was an event fraught With much inspiration and many sulutarv lessons. Fifty years of service in any of our city's departments would indeed be a distinction which anyone might be proud of. but >flfty consecutive years of Snob service In the lire department, one-half of snch time as head of the department, "'alls forth the unbounded enthusiasm and gratitude of every citizen who puts any value on life or property. Chief Casey received many encomiums from'flic distinguished gentlemen who spoke that evenlna at the banquet, lint the greatest tribute to bis worth was Hint expressed in the large attendance of citizens of all walks of life and political affiliations at the festive board. It shows that while men do not make much demonstration over the faithful performance of fluty every time they meet a public official' of Chief Casey's character,...

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PARISH REUNIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 23 April 1904

PARISH REUNIONS. The parish reunion Is an Institution which deserve* to be encouraged nnd pntrnnls"d. It Is distinctively a Catholic institution. This Is quite natural, Outside the Catholic Church all religions organizations possess more or less of n social character. As a result of tills almost every church service of any Importance Ih n parish reunion. Iti fact, the social element enters so strongly Into some of our religions organizations that the church one attends Is Inken ns nn Index of how one stands soclnlly In the community. This can never lie so in the Catholic Church. Kvery parish Is circumscribed by certain boundaries nnd every Catholic within the area of these boundaries is expected to ntlend the parish church. This circumstance leaves the parishioners without any social tie to bring them together except such as may result from membership lv one or another of the parish societies. As there ure many who do uot take uu active Interest '" such societies they have no opport...

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DID YOU EVER? [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 23 April 1904

DID YOU EVER? After something like tony years of time has elapsed City Solicitor Peavey has discovered that It is "illegal" to appropriate anything for Memorial Day and other days where public observances are usually held to commemorate epochs In our history. A perusal of the statutes by the city solicitor again may change Ids "opinion." We give herewith the comiiiuiiii anon sent to Hie city council by the mayor reciting this opinion: April 18, 1004. To His Honor, the Muyor. Augustine J. Daly, Cambridge, Mass. Dear Sir: I have yours of April Bth. enclosing copy of lin order of the City Council of April oth. ISMI4, appropriating the sum of eleven hundred dollars (fllOQ) to aid the several posts of the Grand Army of the Republic In tills city and the Camp of Legion mid Spanish War Veterans In tills city In a proper observance of Memorial Day. May 80th, 11)04. You especially call ray attention to the fact that "this order authorises the Mayor to draw bis warrant In favor of each of the...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 23 April 1904

Will the city government decide that they will punish those who fought that the Integrity of the Union might be preserved to "get back" at the Democratic members of the common council 1 of course, no one who Is a close observer of Non-partisan ways and m. ans could expect that those who are the governing powers In this party were more thai, "peanut politicians." to use n slang phrase, but this Is the limit. What foolishness will these "far-sighted" politicians do next": The water board still Insists in Its nonsensical course and we wonder how 1 long it will take to realize that the ! members of the council, who are elected by the people, know what the people want as regards the hiring of Cambridge labor': Things have been quiet politically in the city this week with no meeting of either branch of the city govern blent, This means that there has been no meeting of the "Knockers' Club" In the City Hall corridors. Everybody will regret the resignation of Superintendent of Schools Cogsw...

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LADIES' NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 23 April 1904

LADIES' NIGHT. There was a very pleasant gnthcrlng of members slid frleri'ls of the Cambridge rounell No. 71 Knights of Columbus, In Prospect Mall, on last Wednesday evening, the nccnsion being the ladles' night of that organisation. The hall was elaborately decorated with American hunting and flags, lance streamers of red. white and blue being hung from the centre of the hall to the halconles. A bilge oil painting hung In the centre of ihe stage. MrInnis' orchestra furnished an excellent entertainment and was assisted by the following talent, Jeremiah F. Scnnlon. baritone solo;, Wllllnm Troy, humorist; John Keefe, tenor solo; Prank Houst. tenor; and Patrick J. Anglln In conn songs. The grand mnrch was led by Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Smith, followed by Mr. nnd Mrs. M. Joseph O'Pnnnell, and about 100 couples. The floor wns 'n charge of Hubert T. Smith, nsslstpii by M. Joseph O'Donnell, and the followingaids. Arthur Hums, John F. Pee, Chnrles fl. Mullln, William J. Cogan, .1. F.dwnrd Parry...

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SUCCESSFUL LAUNCHING. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 23 April 1904

SUCCESSFUL LAUNCHING. Many In the city will be Interested In the following from the Rockland Star,, giving an account of the launching ol a new schooner designed to bring granite nnd coal to this city. ■ The three-maSted schooner Margaret M. Ford, was successfully launched from the shipyard of A. M. Webster at Pleasant River, Vinal Haven Me;, last Monday at 12 o'clock. ~n , i,l cl is of a larg- number of spectators and the tooting of whistles from ihe various crafts that were crowile,! with sightseers rrom the various Isl aids In the vicinity, the event beJig made D' memorable one as it marked the launching of'the lirst vessel ever built «t- the river. Among those piese nt were C. H. Wilcox of New 1 ork. John Francis of Connecticut. James \\ . Colgan James n. MrC.rnily. Miss M. E. MeQrady, .1- F.VFord. Miss Margaret M. Ford, and J. B. Fi-rd, Jr.. of ' am'"i'he dimensions of the schooner arc 1M ft over all. 31 ft. .< inches beam. IS feet depth of hold. She was built for th...

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FIFTY YEARS A CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 23 April 1904

FIFTY YEARS A CHURCH. The North Avenue Baptist Church of Cambridge began Sunday on a weeks observance of its Both anniversary. In the morning the pastor, the Rev. 1-. X. Mario-, preached an h'storicaUsermon on "Fifty Years of church Life. in ooening. Mr. Marble said: "Our faces are set toward the future. but we must not be unmindful of the inheritance we have received no or the sacrifice and toil through which it has been wrought cut. In our back ward look, however, there Is no room fo, boasting, for whatever of.rhuman Instrumentality has been used the records bear witness to the truth of the text that it was 'not by might, nor ny power but by my rpirlt, saith the Lord of Hosts.' " Then followed an extended history of the church, with reference to the- work that had been accomplished along the various lines of activity. • The pastors and their terms of service have been ns follows: The Rev. A. M Averlll. IWMIWi the Rev. .1. A. Goodhue. 1898-1884! the Rev. J. C, Wlghlman. ISCfi-lSfiS...

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IRISH NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 23 April 1904

IRISH NIGHT. The 11th annual reunion nnd Irish night of St. Mary's parish took plnce Pntrlot's day' eve In the gymnnalum. A large nudlence wns present. Altogether the evening was one of unusual pleasure nnd one long to be remembered. These occasions are always looksd forward to with a great ileal of nlrasurr hy both old and young. The plensure wns manifested on the faces of nil Monday night. Even the date of the celebration gives added significance to the union of Irish and American, It being held nn the eve of April 10, the eve of the celebration of American Patriot* day. The affair was well arranged and well handled, The entertainment, which wns Interesting and not too long, opened with a selection by Strachan's orchesfn. followed hy a particularly Uriti rendering by .a chorus of about HO voire.* of "Pelleve Tie If all those endearing young charms." Rev, Fr. Pnody, who was to mnke the address of welcome, wns unable to be present and Hey. Fr. Rellly sild a few werde In an impresalv...

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GRAND FESTOON SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 23 April 1904

GRAND FESTOON SOCIAL. On May 5, ill Odd Fellows hall. North Cambridge, a grand testimonial beneitit will lie tendered Clarence I. Berry. a pupil Of Miss Nellie A. llutcblns. of the Fills Grammar School. North Cambridge, under the auspices of the Exposition Minstrels, en route fOr St. Louis for n five months' run at the Louisiana Purchase Exposition. They will be accompanied by Prof. Franz Kitsncr's celebrated orchestra of this city. With tin- Exposition Minstrels is the famous Ranila Rossn with Alplionse D'Yino ns leader. The first part Will be n delicate buiies.pie of melody and mirth. In the olio will be found Fcklanil and Mack, late of Docksttuler & West Minstrels: Chamberlain, a dating trick bicyclist: Geoffrey L. Whalon. a Cambridge liny, who was well known 111 this city as nn amateur nerformer heroic lie followed the professional stage. Mr. Whalen Is stage director and perhaps the youngest one on the American stage today, .lohn Cannon, the "Prince of Parodists." th...

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AN EXCITING MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 23 April 1904

AN EXCITING MEETING. There has not been so much excitement at a meeting of the school committee since the relen of Mayor MeNamee as was manifest at the regular monthly meeting on Thursday "veiling. The excitement was caused hv Councilman Warren P. Adnms of Ward S. attacking Musical Director Frederick B, Chapman and then regret wttt shown over the resignation of Superintendent Francis Cogswell who has served the city continuously for fifty years In connection with Ihe schools. In Ills communication Mr. Cogswell said that he made the announcement of ills Intention to resign lit the onmnlellon of the present School year that the committee may have ample time to consider candidates for the position. April 4. 18.14. Mr. Cogswell was elected a temporary teacher 111 the riitnnni grammar school, and Aug. 0, of the in me year he was annninted permanently. For 20 years he was principal of that school, and In September, 1871. wns elected superintendent. A committee wns appointed to consider pr...

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"THE MAGIC SLIPPER." [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 23 April 1904

"THE MAGIC SLIPPER." St. John's C. T. A. Sorletv can without fear of contradiction Claim the honor of putting on the flne«t "how that has been played In Odd Fellows hall, North Cambridge. When on Patriot's Hay evening. "The Magic Slipper," with all the paraphernalia used on /the prnfesslona.l stage was given under Its auspices. During the afternoon there was dancing from 2 to 6 o'clock. The performance began at 8. and from start to finish was equal In some respects to mnnv professional performances, nlthough the entire cast of 75 wns made up of amateurs. . Th» members of the cast were especially wol' fitted to f.ssume the parts aliened to them. Miss Mary Donovan as Cinderella crave n performance thnt left ncthlu'R I" be desired, her acting being spontaneous and ncr sinking excellent The Clnrlndn of Miss Florence Humphrey was a very clever bit of work and was never overdone. Miss Margaret A. Horsn as Thtsbe and Mas Fdlth Moran as the fairy queen were oonal to nil demands made upon th...

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T. A. CONVENTION. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 23 April 1904

T. A. CONVENTION. The nrchdloeesan Catholic Total Abstinence convention was held In this city on Tuesday last, through the courtesy of the Rev. M. J. Doody, permanent rector of St. Mary's of the Annunciation. The day's exercises began with a high Mass nt 10.30 A. M. The sermon wns preached by Rev. Fr. Shnnley. rector of the Cathedral at Hartford, Conn. After the Mass dinner was served at the gymnasium. The remainder of the convention was held at Aquinas hall. Mayor Daly extended the welcome of the city to the delegates, and said that the reason Cambridge remained nolicense was due in great part to the work of Father Scull" and the hearty cooperation he received from all classes and creeds. Fr. Doody sn.id that Cambridge would remain 111 the nolicense van If his efforts could help and would say when our people, an impulsive and good-hearteil race, have found n way to stop' the treating habit they will have lost their greatest enemy. National secretary Lougue and In fnct all the speak...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 23 April 1904

Representative Deltrlck won another victory this week when the committee on Public Charitable Institutions reported favorably on his bill to provide for n srhool where crippled children may receive special Instruction. There nrc thousands of these children In the State unprovided for at present and the surcess of Representative Deltrick's hill will prove a great benefit to them.

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