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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 30 April 1904
LAWYERS. Telephone likit-o Main. DIETRIGK, 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 Offlcea, 20 Pemberton Square, lioston. I'm Haymarket. Residence, Hotel Majeatlc, Cambridge, 'fi't-i Cambridge. Telephone, 2433-4 Main ARTHUR L. FARRELL, Attorney and Counsellor-at-Law, 23 Court Street, Rooms S3O and £11 BOSTON, - . . MABS&lt; Eealdence: 172 Spring St., JsW Camiiiiii,oe. JAHES B. VALLELY, Counsellor-at-Law. llrlgga Building, . . . Kooma M-85, 293 Washington Street, Boston. Tel., Main, eai, Residence, 30 Amory St., t'ainbrlilj-oport. JOHN J. SCOTT, COUNSELLOR • HT • L-Kini 6io Pemberton Building, Pemberton Square, . . Boston. Residence, 2 Leonard Avenue, Telephone, Haymarket 223(1. — J. JOSEPH FOLEY, Attorney-at-Law, Kooii. H, Chronicle Ilulldliiff, «57: i Ma(titachuseltn Avenue, Cnmbrlrige. Mbm. Tel. HJB-4 Cain b...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 30 April 1904
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE. JOHN F. DOHERTY Real Estate AMU Insurance Room 6 •?7l Massachusetts Avenue Cambridge, Miu. . George H. Mahady Successor to Jr*in Mahady, Real Estate, Insurance &amp; Mortgages OFFICES 071 MiiMHaebUßetts Avenue, itoom 20, Cambridge. 16 jfoboul Bt., Boom 42, Boston, Telephone, Muln ai7o-», . Itesiduneu, tils Huron Aye., Cambridge. Estates Managed In nn Honest and Economical Manner. GEORGE H. CARRICK, REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE Telephone, IU3-2 Cambridge. 36A Brattle Street, Harvard Sq. CAMMUD(iE, 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, 5c GREEN-BEER CO., 32 PROSPECT ST M. DONOVAN, PRACTICAL UPHOLSTERER And Bedding Manufacturer* Dealer In Brass nml Iron Ileri*, Mattresses, Feathers, Furniture Cnvtiriiitf-j, and all kindsnf Upholstering antl Bedding supplies. rnurhes and Morris (hairs made to order. Mattr...
AQUINAS CLUB PLAY. This Sterling Dramatic Club Holds Its Eleventh Annual Entertainment on Thursday Evening. CAMBRIDGE LABOR UNION. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 30 April 1904
AQUINAS CLUB PLAY. This Sterling Dramatic Club Holds Its Eleventh Annual Entertainment on Thursday Evening. CAMBRIDGE LABOR UNION. For the eleventh annual entertainment for the edification and enjoyment of Ub many frlendß the Aquinas Dramatic Club presented "Too Much Johnson" at Aqulnaß hall on Thurßday evening, under the auspices of the Cambridgeport Gymnasium Association. Despite the very stormy night there was a very good-sized audience to enjoy the comedy and applaud the participants. The play was very well staged and the par' 3 weir taken and special mention of any particular aeems unnecessary in a complete whole, yet it should be said that the Augustus Billings of Jame« T. Whelan win a very Hnlßhed one. This part was made famoUß by William Gillette, and is a part which takes more than ordinary nblllty to portray, but Mr. Whelan did Justice to the part and to himself. The Mrs. Batterson of Miss Sadie G. Corcoran, a character which required not only animation and snap, but also ...
AUTOMATICS QUENCH FIRE [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 30 April 1904
AUTOMATICS QUENCH FIRE Hnd It not been for the timely discovery of a lire in the works of the National biscuit, company on Green street. Sunday night many of Its employes might have been without work Monday morning. The lire department was warned hy an automatic aiarm which went ofl" at, 8.08. Ladder :t nnd engine 2 responded. The tire wits In a dangerous quarter, and Councilman Monk, who was one of the spectators, rang in an alarm from box 42." at 5.07. The blaze started In a closet on tho fourth floor, where the mnchlne and paint shop Is locntcd. There was considerable paint, oil and naphtha stored there. The principal damage was caused by the sprinklers and from the water put Into the building by the firemen. The lire was confined to the room In which It stnrted. On the first floor are valuable mixers, on the second the drying room and on the third the packing room. Considerable material was on each of these floors nnd the water soaked down through, damaging both machinery and st...
DIVISION 49. A. O. H. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 30 April 1904
DIVISION 49. A. O. H. 'I'he third annual ball of Division 40. A. 0, 11., was held In Cypress hall. Malta Temple on Tuesday evening, and was an unqualified success. The hall was crowded with the members of the division, the members of their families, and their friends, and a thoroughly good time wns en|oyrd by all present. Music was furnished by (tomtit's orchestra, and after the concert, which was given between the hours of 8 and I) o'clock, dancing wns Indulged In until 2 o'clock Wednesday morning. .lames ,1. Reedy wns floor director, and he was assisted hy John ,1. Ryan, and the following efficient corps of nlds: Oliver I). Clary, Frank E. Morgan, John .1. O'Neil, Michael F. Mc- (irath, William O'Brien, John T. Hart. Harry T. Ilaiinou, Krank J. McAvoy. Patrick O'Donneil, Joseph F. Moran, Edward Shannon. Ralph Ryan, James J. Busby. Charles F. Bums, John W. Knox, Charles F. I.Cug, William J. Kersey, William Bowen, James A. McXell, Edward \. Toner, Thomas Mulvahlll, Edfard P. Harklns...
HALL—PHILLIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 30 April 1904
HALL—PHILLIPS. At tho residence of Morrill A. Phllllps. on Broadway, South Hanover, Tuesday. Miss Adnline 8. Phillips and James It. Hall, son of Hon. and Mrs. .Tamos M. W. Hall, of Cambridge, wore united In. marriage. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Frank S. Harridan of St. Andrew's Church, Hanover, assisted by Itev. Alexander MeKonzie of the First church of Cambridge. Miss Catherine T. Phillips, ti sister of the bride, was maid of honor, nnd Horace XV. Hall of Cambridge, a brother of the groom, was best man. The ushers were Calvin S. Tllden of South Hanover, a cousin Of the bride. Elliot Emerson. Kenneth S. Adams and Roger Flint of Cambridge. IThe bride's gown was of white silk crepe de chine, trimmed With rose point and duchesso lace. With fagoted yoke and cuffs. Her veil was fastened with orange blossom*, nnd she carried lilies pf Ihe valley. She wore a diamond pin. a gift of the groom. Mr. and Mrs. Hall will sail for Europe ill a few days on their honeymoon.
CAMBRIDGE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 30 April 1904
CAMBRIDGE CLUB. Tlie annual banquet of Hie ("niuliriilge club was held al Hie Hotel Brunswick on Monday evening. There was n fairly good nttendahce. "The remarkable Instance-of n small bear which wns weaned by a Maine wiuiian ai i,ne ut ihr large lumber camps." was Ihe subject "f a lecture Tuesday evening by Prof. \V. Lyman UnderWOOll of tile Institute of l eellllology. It was during f Mr. Underwood's annual mld-wlnter visiis to northern Maine 1 lint he became a witness nf iliis Incident, (innliy securing possession of tlie animal after it had become able to care for itself. '! he lecture was fully Illustrated by stereoptl i views showing (lie animal nt Its various stages of development.
ST. JOHN'S L. I. BALL TEAM. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 30 April 1904
ST. JOHN'S L. I. BALL TEAM. 'riic second annual concert und iln nee of the si. John's literary institute linseliall learn was held in Institute hnll, Enst Cambridge, last Friday evening, ii'buut 2(1(1 attending. From s to on delightful concert program nf popular music wns given, after which dancing wns enjoyed until a lute hour, The members of the linseliall team were present and noted as aids. The officers of Ihe dance were Peter 10. Curran. floor iniirsluil; Henry Cnllnhnn, floor director; George English, llrst nsslstant lloor director, nnd Fred Corbett. second lloor director. The aid's were Wllllnm Condy. D. .1. Farrell, Michael Lynch. .1, Slintigliucssy, John O'Neill, .lames Mullieiirn. Dnvld L. Finn, Vincent "Miillicrn. Albert .Martin. Wllllnm Xnomih. Frank Shinighnessey, Richard Delaney, John Hrnekcn, Herbert Ilrldey. Wllllnm Long. Frank Skelley. John I'eiulergnst. John Magulre. William Mornii nud Thomas Robinson. A meet lug will be held Shortly to elect n cnptnln.
DEITRICK'S BILL REPORTED. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 30 April 1904
DEITRICK'S BILL REPORTED. The committee on public charitable Institutions reporled In the house on Thursday the hill providing for the appointment of a commission of three who shall have power to expend $.W.. Olio, for the purchase of land and the construction of n school and home thereon for crippled and deformed lter•oni, Tho bill is fathered by Itep. Frederick S. Deltrick of Cambridge, and as It la reporled from Ihe committee In practically Its orlglnnl form. Mr. Deltrick should be well pleased. The representative from Cambridge has for some time been Interested In legislation of this sort, and the fact that there are so many crippled and deformed In Massachusetts nncared for has often determined Mr. Deltrlck's Attitude upon ap- ' prnprjatlon measures. At the very beginning of this year's session ho made an earnest speech against the proposed appropriation for the completion of the printing of the province laws, contending that such matters shouTtT be placed secondary to that of ...
DID GOOD WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 30 April 1904
DID GOOD WORK. It was good wiii-k that which Asst. Engineer Jas. T. McCabe of Chemical One. did at the X. A. Kennedy tire this week, an act which should be highly commended not only by the department but by Cambridge citizens. It seems that the big ladder became tangled in some way and McCube seeing the difficulty took the life line up through the building, dropped it, and connected it with the hose, making quick conenction. and stopping what might have been a serious conflagration.
MARKET LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 30 April 1904
MARKET LETTER. I'ettlgrow, Bright &amp; Co. report extreme dullness still characterises the slock market. Business on the Exchange has continued as for weeks past on n small scale. Changes In prices hnve been trifling nnd ciillh for but little comment. The exportation of gold In considerable quantity bud no depressing effect on prices and tills sign Ik regarded as hopeful. Special advices from the .Montana mining camps state Unit plans and operations are making for a great mineral production in thnt section. Copper metal here und abroad is evidently in gooil demand nnd at fair prices. Efforts somewhat successful, were made during the week to depress U. S. Steel Preferred. Pittsburg Interests are reported as sellers. The "street" reasoned that the present dividend rate could not be permanently maintained, but once the selling pressure was removed the price steadied. The movement looked decidedly like the treaties of professionals. Future •dividends will of ionise depend wholl...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 30 April 1904
—YTS3HOQ .i HHO ! Pettigrew, Bright &amp; Co. MEMBERS BOSTON STOCK EXCHANGE. BANKERS AND BROKERS Exchange Building, Boston. JOHRTETTIGREW. ELMER H. BRIGHT BSBBmmmm»jaammmm»Ba»^ james^Tbaxreti, General Contractor. 619 CAMBRIDCE STREET. Estimates Furnished for Every Kind of Work. Telephone Connection. JAMES J. SHEA JO HN T. SHEA SHEH BROS. Undertakers and Embalmers Warerooma, 9 PEARL STREET Office, 407 Cambridge Street. /JAMES J. SHEA, 75 Fifth Street. Residences .. . \j O HN T. SHEA, 91 Otis Street. Telephone No. US!fl-«. Why 60 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 W Uprights, Squares and Organs. Y. M. C. A. PIANO ROOMS, 830 Mass. Aye. Democrats S Republicans—No Partiality Our Usual LOW PRICES To All. WM. H, WOOD &amp; CO., Lumber Merchant...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 30 April 1904
PROBATE NOTICE. COMMONWEALTH OF. MASSACHUSETTS. Middlesex, ss. Probate Court. To the heirsat-lnw, next of kin nnd all other persons Interested in the estate of Julia Reynolds, late of Cambridge. In said County, deceased. WHEREAS, a certain Instrument purporting to be the last will and testament of said deceased has been presented to said Court, for Probate. by Mary A. Reynolds, who prays that letters testamentary may be Issued to her the executrix therein named, without giving a surety on her official bonds. Yon are hereby cited to appear nt a Probate Court, to lie held at Lowell In snld County of Middlesex, on the seventeenth day of May, A. I&gt;., 1004, nt nine o'clock In the forenoon, to show cause. If any yon have, why the same should not lie granted. And said petitioner Is hereby directed to give public notice thereof, by publishing this citation once in each Week, lor three successive weeks, in the Cambridge Sentinel, a newspaper published in Cambridge, the last public...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 30 April 1904
CHAS. E DAVIS, - - Optician EYES M \ EXAMINED I NECESSARY j&amp; DAVIS METHOD j&amp; INOW AT 367 Boylston Street 1 Flight Elevator PRICES REDUCED Order Your Coal Now Pea ...... $5.00 Furnace .... 6.25 Egg 6.50 •stove and Nut . 6.7 5 Franklin .... 8.00 Prompt delivery, and fair treatment by competent and reliable help. Consumers Co-Operative Coal Co. THE YOUNQEST COAL CO. IN CAMBRIDUE „. ,„, r,„„ K .IH-. Office: 11 MAIN STIIKKT, I nam 10l 1 iimnnoi,.' » Doora From West lioston Trmiafer Station. SODEN STREET STABLES ULRIC CiAdNN, - Manager. 12 Soden Street, Telephone 339-4 Cambridge. Formerly Hartlett's Stable. This) Stavblo la now undsr Naaw Now Roma, Hacks and Carriage.. Carriages furnished for Weddings, Funerals, and all clasaes of work, at amy hour of the day or night. Cunningham Bros. REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE Agents for the following Companies: Cambridge Mutual Fire Ins. Co. I National of Ireland. Agricultural,Watertown, N. Y. Berkshire Mutual, of Pittsfield,. Fi...
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 7 May 1904
THE CAMBRIDGE SENTINEL VOL. I. No. 28. &lt;ALLIED PRINTING TRADE COUNCIL BOSTON, MASS.&gt; 81 CAMBRIDGE, MASS., MAY 7, 1904. PRICE THREE CENTS. The Cambridge Sentinel. A WEEKLY DEMOCRATIC PAPER Published every Saturday at 671 Massachusetts Ave., Cambridge, (Bos ton), 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 newsitems 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, MAY 7, 1904.
HASTING'S TURNED DOWN Aldermen Fail to Confirm. City Electrician OjHearn Confirmed and a Great Deal of Hard Talk Directed Against the Mayor's Action. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 7 May 1904
HASTING'S TURNED DOWN Aldermen Fail to Confirm. City Electrician OjHearn Confirmed and a Great Deal of Hard Talk Directed Against the Mayor's Action. The audience nt the regular meeting ] of the board of aldermen on Tuesday ' evening was not large. The principal ' Interest wns centered In the contirma- ' tlon of ex-City Engineer Hastings and City Electrician O'Heurn. The ' "Guerillas" on the Non-partisan side ' were clearly routed. Alderman Bind- ' gett voiced the true Xon-partisau Idea ' to retain present Competent officials ' and Aldermen Lake and Davis kicked ' hard against OTlearn but it was of no ' avail. ' The mayor sent In the name of ' .lames O. Oreille as constable with power to serve civil process. Laid I over under the miles. John Ityan was I appointed, and later confirmed as a constable without power to serve civil ' process. The following appointments were al- ' so confirmed: John ,L O'Brien. Joseph I F. Doherty. Loehlin Gavin, Hohert ,1. I Douglass, Jr., and Patrick J....
THE "SENTINEL'S" GOSSIP Cn Current Events and Happenings. A Few Things Observed by Him is He Patrols His Post. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 7 May 1904
THE "SENTINEL'S" GOSSIP Cn Current Events and Happenings. A Few Things Observed by Him is He Patrols His Post. I wns talking with one this week who Is supposed to know the luslde workings of the Nou-piirtlsnn mncbiup nud he told me that the plans of the machine had been changed entirely within the past stx weeks and that "Blodgett the Blunderer," ns he designated him, was iio longer considered as a mayoralty possibility. He said thnt the SENTIXEI, had (killed all chance wlilcli be had formerly held by showing whnt kind of timber he wns mnde of and as a consequence the program has been entirely changed. Of course, there wns not the least Intention of allowing Daly to receive another nomination, as lie, having served his purpose, was to lie thrown aside and the reiil. all wool, yard wide Library hall siirt'of n candidate whs to lie pushed" Into Hie breech. All the discontent which, and the soreheads who have been engendered by the present executive were to be constantly paraded with t...
THE POLICE SHAKE-UP A List of the Changes Made in the Force Under the "Reoganization Scheme" [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 7 May 1904
THE POLICE SHAKE-UP A List of the Changes Made in the Force Under the "Reoganization Scheme" The expected shift In the police force Incidental to the "reorganization" and the settling up of a few things due to the new order of politics in the department came off on Tuesday evening at roll-call and went Into effect on Wednesday morning. One of the principal surprises wus that of the transfer of Patrolman Priest to headquarters tn be clerk In the ottice of the acting chief. It was not expected that the acting head would allow the placing of one of the old Cloyes-Folaom crowd In a place where he could be of Bo much assistance to that faction.ln the department, but It seems that the pressure was too great to be withstood. About one-third of the force Is affected by the changes, and it Is one of Qae most sweeping that has ever taken place In the department. The list follows: Chnrles W. Priest, from night duty In district 2 to be clerk In the office of the chief of police, iv place of Edw...