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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 23 April 1904
BOSTON ELEVATED RAILWAY CO. lime Table of Cambridge Division. Subject to Change without Notice. ARLINGTON CENTRE TO ADAMS HQ.—(via Helicon St.), 4.30, 5.17, A. M„ 15 nnd 20 liilu. to 11.20 P. M. Night service (to Adams Sq., via Harvard Sq.) 11.117 P. M„ 12.07, 12.117, 1.07, 1.37, 2.37, 3.37, 4.42. A. M. Sunday—(from Arlington Heights), 7.02 A. 51., 2o and 30 mm. to 11.15 P. M. ARLINGTON HEIGHTS TO SUB-WAY-5.01 A. M.. 5, 8, 15 and 20 mln. to 11.20 (11.30 to Adams Sq.) P. M. Sunday—o.ol. 0.31 A. M., 10 and 15 mm. to 11.20 (11.30 to Adams Sq.) P. M. HARVARD SQ. (EAST CAMBRIDGE) TO CITY POINT-5.20 A. # M., 8, 10 and 20 mln. to 11.30 P. M. Sunday—7.24 A. M., and 10. 15 and 20 mm. to 11.30 P. M. HARVARD SQ. TO SUBWAY, VIA BROADWAY—O.IB/A. M.. 30 mm. to 11.12 P. M. Sunday—B.lB A. M., 30 mm. to 11.18 P. M. HENRY ST. (OAMBRIDGEPORT), TO MAS'i.M'l '!'&gt;■ ITS AYE.--.7.48 A. M., 12 mln. to 11.48 P. M. Sunday-8.12 A. M., 12 mln. to 11.48 P. M. MT. AUBURN TO SOUTH STATION AND ItOWK'S WH...
BURNED TO DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 23 April 1904
BURNED TO DEATH. Mm. KatUerln'i Lynch, sn Invalid, Til yesrs of age who lived at tHe corner of 7th and Th-irndlke streets, was burned to death at her home early Tuesday morning, tue tire being caused by the exploMlon of a kerosene lump, aii alarm was rung In from box Jl.l and the tire extinguished, but not before Mrs. Lynch had been fatally burned. Her daughter. Miss Agnes Lynch escaped without injury. The funeral was held with high mass of requiem at the Hacred Heart Church. Thursday morning the burial being In Holy Cross cemetery. .Maiden. ,T. J. Kelley &amp; Son were the undertakers. There was no meeting of either branch of the city government this week. '
THE DELUGE VETERANS Dance All Night and then Win the Play-out the Next Morning. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 23 April 1904
THE DELUGE VETERANS Dance All Night and then Win the Play-out the Next Morning. With the hull decorated with Hugs nnil bunting the red shirts of the veteriuiH and the fancy ilri'MHes of the women, the Second annual bull of I lie .North Cambridge Veteran I'Mreiuen'e Association im« passed into history and can lie put down ns a great surcchh. Over the stag* was 11 large painting of the ltcil Jacket hiindtuti. and at the rear of the hull wax ii lianiier with the Inscription, "Welcome to Our Second Annual Ball." The early part of tile evening wiih devoted to 11 miscellaneous entertainincut provided liy I lie IliitlonU dull. Geldert's orclicstrn t'uriiished music mid opened the program with 11 selection. There were songs by William Koough. Alice D'Avcy nnd Carrie Krmicis. Fred Dllliock, Qei'truile Morinrl.v mill Cheater C.Miiulge. A minuet dniice ivas glv»n hy John t'remeiis. Cniherlne Fisher. William Ke.iiigli. Carrie.. Blatchford Mastic 1,,-ingville. Snniuel Miller. Andrew Pureell nnil...
HUDSON SOCIAL CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 23 April 1904
HUDSON SOCIAL CLUB. The second annuiil ball of the Hudson Social Club was held in Cypress Hall, Malta Temple, on last Friday evening. The hall was prettily decorated with the national colors. There w. re about l'ihi couples mi the floor and the committee in charge saw thai .verybody had n good time. During the first part of the evening an excel I lent entertainment was furnished by j the following talent: John Keefe. assisted by W. Coghlan in illustrated songs; Frank and Mag gle Dormans in "A Little Kag:" .Miss Lizzie Sullivan, song: Harett and Mnr- j phy. duet; Jack Foy. buck and wing:' Crnlgle Trio, songs; Halllday. Hood-j win, and Riley, sketch artists: McKln- I ley and craig. coon stunners; Master lames McDonald, song: McNahb audi Autell. wooden shoe dancers; Master i Danny McGrath, boy tenor: Robert o'Nell. buck and wing; .1. Travers. j Tony Oliver. W. Robinson. Harry Hannah, accompanists. The floor was in charge of Win. | ißrln'ey, president, assisted by Wm. j Tarllnskl. vice-...
THE NEED OF ST. PAUL A. M. E. CHURCH [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 23 April 1904
THE NEED OF ST. PAUL A. M. E. CHURCH i To the Public: As pastor of St. Caul A M. E. j chuich l dpsjre t6..aco,ufllnt the public with our present condition, Many of the members are doing all they possl- '■ lily can lo pay off the mortgage on Hip i church, but this they have found impossible without the ai.i of the phili aiithroplc citizens of Cambridge, At ! present we need not less than SXOO In I order to the church from disgrace. We cannot afford this. It would not be only n blot on the colored people In Cambridge, but on nil the citizens of Cambridge if tills was foreclosed. Among the many renders of the SF.NTI NFI, could you not give a I worthy-cause some consideration? We I would like to have not less Than 100 I persons Interested In this church, to I give Si each, and another Inn to give ! between $•_' ami •*•". Subscriptions may be sent to the pastor. Rev, W. 11. l'car--8011, .",o Portland street, or to the office of the SENTINEL. Thanking our m.-my friends for help in the pas...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 23 April 1904
j. Leo Mcdonald &amp; co. House Painting, Graiaing, Paper Hanging GUxiug, In trior Decorating. OFFICE,... 22 ELIOT STREET. Tel. Cambridge 5t4-i- Shop, 2; Church St W. 11. Holla (lid Stand. CHHS. KTKINS &amp; CO. WER HANSERS. WHITSWm. KALSOMINWB, TlMHllfl, WHITEWASHIHB. Exterior and Intsrior Decorating. Wall Piper Moulding*. Painting, Glazing, to. 27-a9 Prospect Street, CAMBRIDCePORT. igJT-Near Central Sq. Tel. 77--3-3 Cambridge H. J. SHAW, Succeeaor to Miller &amp; Shew, Manufacturer of Portable Steam Hoisting Engines, Hammers, Nipper, etc., for file Driving; Bolts, Trusses, and other Iron Work £01 -Bridges and Buildings. MACHINERY FOR HOISTING ICE, Hydraulic Presses and General Machinery. Special attention paid to Machine and Automobile Repairing. Cor. Sixth Street and Broadway, Cambrldgeport, Mass. E. D. DUNPHY Dealer In Watches. Clocks, Diamonds, Jewelry, Silverware, Optical Goods. Special attention iciven to Fine Watch, Clock -and Jewelry Kepuirini;. Eyes...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 23 April 1904
PARTICULARS at RAYMOND'S. Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Middlesex:, 88. Probate Court. To the helrs-at-law, next of kin. creditors und all other persons interested In the entitle of l'iilllp Green, lnte of Cambridge, In said County, deceased. Intestate. WHHUKAS a petition has been presented to tiald Court to grant a letter of administration on the estate of said deceased to EUubeth Creen of Cumlu-ldge In the County of .Middlesex, wltuout giving v surety on her bond. You are ueroliv cited to appear at a l'roliate Court to he held at Lowell, ill Bald County of Middlesex, on the nlneteeiitudiiv of April. A.1).. IIXM, at nine o'clock in the forenoon, to show cause X any you have, wh" the some should not lie granted. And the petitioner is hereby directed to five public notice there .f. by pu.i..shlng this citation one each week, for lUree success.vo weeks. In the Cambridge SBNi .\i-:i„ a newspaper puultehed to Cambridge, the last publication to be one day at least oefore said Court. Wit...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 23 April 1904
MORTGAGEES SALE. By virtue of a power of sale contained in a certain mortgage deed given by Della F. Burwell, wife of Edward G. Burwell of Cambridge in the County of Middlesex and Commonwealth of Massachusetts to Ethel R. Poingdester, wife of Chas. J. Poingdester of Somerville in said County, dated February 1, 1902, and recorded with Middlesex South District Deeds, book 3020, page 888, for breach in the conditions of said mortgage and for the purpose of foreclosing the same will be sold at public auction on or near the premises on Monday the 9th day of May, 1904, at ten o'clock in the forenoon all and singular the premises described in said mortgage deed, viz., a certain parcel or lot of land with the buildings thereon situated in Cambridge in said County of Middlesex and being lot numbered twelve (12) block B on a plan of valuable house lots on the site of camp Cameron situated in North Cambridge and West Somerville. by W. A. Mason &amp; Sons, surveyors, dated July 18, 1896...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 23 April 1904
LAWYERS. Telephone 1907-5 Main. OIETRICK, DUNCAN &amp; WOLCOTT Attorneys at Law, no STATE ST., Rooms 803-804 BOSTON, MASS. Evening Office, 671 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge. FRANCIS P. CURRAN, Lawyer, 20 Pemberton Square, Boston, Mass. Law Offices, in Pemberton Square, Boston. 1287 Haymarket. Residence, Hotel Majeatic, Cambridge, 272-3 'Cambridge. Telepnone, 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 Cambridge. JAMES B. VALLELY, Counsellor-at-Law. Briggs Building . . . Rooms 52-55, 293 Washington Street, Boston. Ttl.i Main, «-"i. Kesldeni'u, SO Auinry Ht., Cauiurlugepnrt. JOHN J. SCOTT, COUNSELLOR • XT • LHAnZ 610 Pemberton Building, Pemberton Square, . . Boston. Residence, 'I Leonard Avenue. Telephone, Haymarket ■£/&amp;, J. JOSEPH FOLEY, Attomey-at-Law, Boom Br Chronicle Unlldlng, 673 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge, Mswi. Tel. ni',-4 Cambridge. JOHN E. HANNIGAN...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 23 April 1904
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE. JOHN FJJOHERTY Real Estate AMU Insurance Room 6 «*7I Massachusetts Avenue Cambridge, Miu. George H. Mahady BucueiMor to .John MaliaJy, Real Estate, Insurance &amp; Mortgages OFFICKB 871 MaHHacbuaettH Avenue, t&lt;ooin 20, Cambridge. 15 Bcho.il Kt., Boom 4_*, iumt.ui, Telephone, Main :tn.v:i. lteßiUein:e, ul« Huron Aye-, Cambridge. KHatei. Managed in an HoneHt and Kconotulcal Manner. GEORGE: H. CARRICK, :EAL ESTATE and INSURANCE Telephone, Itsa-:! Cmnhrldge. ;OA Brattle Street, Harvard Sq. CAMBUILHJE, MASS. HARRY DUSTIN JOLL Architect 671 Massachusetts Avenue, Rooms II and 12. CAMBRIDGE, MASS. Telephone, 955-7. TONIC, CIDER, CINCER ALE, LEMON SODA, In Bottles, and All Warm Weather Drinks, sf», CREEN-BEER CO., 32 PROSPECT ST M. DONOVAN, PRACTICAL UPHOLSTERER And Bedding Manufacturer. Dealer Id limns and Iron Bed*. Mattres-es, Feathers, For- ■ niture CororinjM, and all kiml-inf Upholstering und Bedding hupplies. (ouidies and Morrii chairs mad*...
LOCAL BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 23 April 1904
LOCAL BREVITIES. John tmrrell was robbed of $1 by a colored man while he was Handing- at the cirnei of Hastings and Burleigh streets Saturday night. The fellow grabbed the bill and ran before Durrell could prevent him. An attempt was made to enter the residence of George Stevens, 63 Bllery street. Saturday night. The would-be thieves were frightened away by the occupants of the house. Miss C W. Goldsmith, a clerk at 736 Massachusetts* avenue, was the victim of a flim-flam worker Saturday night. A man went into the store and asked for 10 cents worth of needles and tendered htr a $10 bill. The clerk found after he had departed that she was $6 short by tl e transaction. Fire started' In the house of Thomas Shlnkwin, 100 4th street, yesterday morning, and an alarm was sent in from box 16 at 11 o'clock. The cause of the blaze Is unknown. The damage was Blight. The house is owned by Patrick Conlan. The committee on licenses commenced Its third annual tour of inspection to the various plac...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 23 April 1904
Rev, Charles A. Skinner, retired. Observed his Siith birthday at his homo, II" Alt. Vernon street. Tuesday, where he received many frieuas and many letters of congratulation. The house was profusely decorated with cut flowers and many gifts were sent. Amicable lodge of Masons, of which Mr. Skinner Is one of the oldest members, sent a delegation with its tribute and there were tribut s from other .Masonic bodies. Charles A. Skinner of the Brooklyn tiftl le. a son of Rev, Mr. Skinner, and another son, William. siient part of the day wttli their father A telegram was received from Otis Skinner, the actor, another son. extending congratulations and good wishes.
WHIST PARTY AND DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 23 April 1904
WHIST PARTY AND DANCE. A whist party ami dance under the auspices of the Fattaav Mnthew Total Abstinence society and. the ladles' temperance societies of East Cambridge for the financial benellt of the building fund, the societies aiming to secure the building for the permanent meeting place, was held in st. John's hall. III) street, Mond.iv evening last. From X till 11 whist was the program, 50 or more tables' being occupied and the rivalry keenly enjoyed. Mr. William McDonald capturing llrst prize, while Mr. Bdward Itoardon parailed the booby. It was a large party made up mainly of young folks, whose life knows -no care more serious than "be merry," and evidently "be merry" was the watchword of the evening. Shortly before 11 o'clock the Door wan cleared and dancing began, some 2(10 couples being on the floor, many of the young ladles being handsomely gowned. The lloor directors were the committee of arrangements and comprised the following: John Bronrigg, chairman; Hugh O'Rourke, ...
SUCCESSFUL ANNUAL SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 23 April 1904
SUCCESSFUL ANNUAL SALE. The various branches! of the Hospital Aid society connected with the Holy ".host hospital for Incurable* held a mammoth sale on Thursday, Friday and Saturday of last week, which proved to be financially successful. On Thursday evening there was a whist party and on the other evenings, piano solos by some of the talented young people who happened to be present. The tcbles were managed as follows: The North Cambridge branch. Mrs. Henry Manning, Mrs. T. F. Danehy, Mrs. John Foley 4 Mrs. McCarthy. Miss Hose Hennessy! Miss Gertie Gilbert, Mlrs Frances Drlscoll, Miss Delia Walsh. Miss Mary Jennings. Miss Annie Mahoney. Miss Molly Iyinergren, Miss Julia Brosnahan. Miss Josle Nolnn. Mrs. P. J. Healey and. Miss Molly Doran. HI. Joseph's of Somervllle: Mrs. T. J. McCarthy, Mrs. .1. B. Monahan, Mrs. A. Anderson. Mrs. P. J. Smith. Mrs. F. X. Vlnient, Mrs. C. Bowen. Miss Mary Sweeney. Mrs. N. F. Buckley. Mrs. S. Tansy, Miss Julia Trahey. Mrs. T. Anderson. Miss Mary Flynn....
TOO MUCH JOHNSON. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 23 April 1904
TOO MUCH JOHNSON. The eleventh nnmnl theatricals of the Anulnas Dramatic club will bo given in Aquinas hall when "Too Much Johnson," will be presented on Thuisday evening, April 28. under the auipices of the Cnmbrldgeport Gymnasium Asscclntton.. This is one of the best known of Cambridge's, dramatic dubs; end one whose past work has always been of an exceedingly high order, lr the past they have successfully I resented many of the best plays and comedies, among them "Incog," •My Friend from India," "What Happeneo to Jones." "The Private Secretary," "Charley's Aunt." and many others. The play this year is a revival of the vtrv successful presentation of five years ego and bids fair to excel all previous efforts In this line. The Flayers, who have all appeared in various comedies of the club, will again appear in the roles they assumed at the previous performance. Among the well known amateurs who will appear are James T. Whelan as Augustus Billings. Joseph P, Brashll ns Mr. Francis F...
LABOR MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 23 April 1904
LABOR MEETING. The Cambridge Central Labor I'nlon will hold a special educational meeting nl their hall on next Sunday afternoon at o'clock. The committee have Invited many prominent citizens of Cambridge to address the meeting and give their views on the "rapid transit' question, or subway vs. elevated. Among the invited speakers are the following gentlemen: lion. .1. 11. HMcN'ainee. Alderman I'arstcln. John 11. Corcoran. Herman Mrd. William A. lluunewell. Edward 11. Hale, ltopro tentative .inmos i\ Aylward, l&gt;r. 11. (). Marcy. Itlehard II Dana, and others, i'hi' I. 1. I' represents the or-&lt; ganused wage earners of Cambridge, aggregating a membership of over TtiOO citizens who are intensely Interested in this important question, and Intend to make themselves heard on the matter.
DIVISION 49'S BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 23 April 1904
DIVISION 49'S BALL. The third annual concert nnd ball of Division 4!l, A. &lt;». ft., will lake plnce In Cypress Hall. Malta Temple, on Tuesday evening. April 'If,. Among the prominent people who have accept ed Invitations to he present are: Mayor A. .1. Daly. ex-Mayor John 11. H. MeN'ainee. and the presidents of different divisions in Cambridge. This Imll promises to bo n grcjnt success and a very largo crowd is anticipated, The division nutnben among its members some of the most prominent men of Cambridge. Including mnny physicians and lawyers, as well ns many young men In private life who are a credit lo any organization to which they belong. Another feature of th's division which Is to be commended is the absence of llqiior.i of any kind nl any of the entertainments or parties. In fait. Division in Is looked on as a tempornuce division by many of the other divisions. Thtl dlvls'on Is conceded to have one of the best degree tenms In the state, ns any one who has seen thei...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 23 April 1904
Oeorgo N'oonan aril Joseph l.under gun. In eompnuy with two Indies, drove out behind n fust horse Inst Tuesday. .ImnoH (Jallnglier won the gnme for l.ynn with his timely hatting Inst Tuesday. The tug-nf-wnr tenm of the Arlington Hlbomhuis defeated the Division :t1 tenm In Cedar Hall Inst Monday night nrter n most exciting contest. MeCrebnn. Sweeney nnd 'MoArdlo, three North Cambridge boys, did the majority of the bnttlng for R. M. T. S. in the gnme with Modford High School Inst week. Attorney Vfnnyon, the well known singer, will shortly remove to I/OWOII whore be will take up his residence Patrick Noonnn. who Wns Injured In n rutin way nooldont last week. Is recovering. The Columbia baseball team defeated the ninrtge A. C. In a fast gnme on Kludge Field last Tuesday. ,T. Herbert of Reed street. Is In Id up