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THE OPEN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 7 May 1904
THE OPEN CHURCH. Beginning next Sunday there will he a scries of three sermons by Hie pas tor upon the gencrnl topic. "Lessons for Living." 1 "Beginning, or the Commonplace T.ife"; 2 "Persever'ng or What Discouragements are For"; :i -"The Knd. or Winning the Victory." The services are at :t O'clock and last one hour. All are Invited. Saturday morning nt 10 o'clock free sewing school for girls. Sunday at 0..'10 p. m Young People's devotional service. Monday evening, measuring anil mystery package party, under the auspices of the Lend-a-Hnnd Society. Tuesday at. X p. tn, Young People's monthly meeting and social. The pastor, Itev. Charles X. Bnrter. holds olllce hours 10 to 19 o'clock, every day for consultations concerning relief, sickness, advice or any services that may he required,. bTi Otis street.
MEZEREON CLUB Holds Aunual Entertainment And Presents "The Dresden China Maids" in Brattle Hall on Thursday and Friday Evenings before Large Audiences. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 7 May 1904
MEZEREON CLUB Holds Aunual Entertainment And Presents "The Dresden China Maids" in Brattle Hall on Thursday and Friday Evenings before Large Audiences. There has been no prettier assortment of singers and dancers in solos, and well-arranged choruses and groupings given In Cambridge for some time than were seen by the audiences which assembled in Brattle hall on Thursday and Friday evenings of this week at the second annual entertainment of the Mezereon Club. There waa a name given to the entertainment which was "The Dresden China Maids," and there was a plot to the piece on which to hang the special features, and this run as follows: Four sisters coining to the city are established in a "Tea Shop" by their aunt, who is a society leader. The scene opens Just as they are starting In on their first day of business. Mrs. Chambers has sent a few of her friends to give them a good start, and whrie they are sampling the tea she arrives herself very much excited over a disappointment in her...
STILL NO ONE ACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 7 May 1904
STILL NO ONE ACTS. We have brought to the attention of tiie powers that be Hint it might be n guild idea to bold n mass meeting to discuss the advisability of now Joining Hie .Metropolitan water system before we spend another million dollars on n system which will have to lie abandoned in an altogether too short time, nml we have been seconded by no less nn authority than the Chronicle. Still none of those who are In a position to do so have made any move as to action on Hie suggestion. If such a meeting was held we feel sure Hint a sufficient number of broad-minded citizens would conic forward and discuss the matter dispassionately and n great ileal of good would result. We do not claim to lie Infallible and there might be arguments brought forward which would convince us Hint b would be economy to enter Into the large expenditure of tliis million dollars nt this time, but while there nre so many citizens who nre feeling ns we do on the .sub'eet it would be as well to present these...
"PLAYING POLITICS." [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 7 May 1904
"PLAYING POLITICS." 11l this week's issue the Press very honestly reviews the question of the water board muddle aild states Hint while there may be some playing of polities on Hie part of some, still places the blame for the present Condition of affairs where it belongs—on the water board. This shows that ni': right-minded citizens who look at the matter dispassionately, are being brought to Hie light in this matter and are at Inst seeing, what has been apparent to the few for a long time, that the water -hoard; ns at present constituted, is In Hie builds of those who want to rule or ruin. It is not the Interests of the city which they arc consulting but their own sweet will. The editorial from Hie Press we print herewith: ■■The matter "f Hie rights of Cambridge cltln.iis. Individually -cr collectively, seems to lie l.esltle tile- question when It comei I" polities. This seems tn be true, lie mutter hew distasteful It may seem In , rotation or appear lv cold type, wo dourer exhibit...
NON-PARTISANSHIP A FAILURE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 7 May 1904
NON-PARTISANSHIP A FAILURE. The following editorial from the Boston Traveler of this week shows but another contribution to the now wellknown fact that Non-partisanship Is a dismal failure wherever It has lieen tried. The idea In Cambridge once stood for something, but it is now only used as a sheepskin with which to tilsgu'se the wolf who Is hungering for the olHces and political honors which he can get In no other way: "Certain of our contemporaries are surprised and not a little shocked at the speech of Charles .1. Bonaparte of Baltimore, president of the National Municipal League, at Its convention 111 Chicago, in which that gentleman vlr tually declared his abandonment of his formerly held theory that Non-parti sanship as regards the great national parties should he the fundamental p'rln ciple of the reform of municipal government. We are not as much sur. prised as pleased by this evidence that a mnn of such Intelligence and practical activity In the world's work as Mr Bonapart...
THE STABLE NUISANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 7 May 1904
THE STABLE NUISANCE. The decision of the board of health refusing a permit to the Independent Ice company to erect and occupy a sta. ble on Second street. East Cambridge, for '181 horses. U one of immense importance. Inasmuch as it will esercist a most potent Influence upon the future of that great undeveloped tract of lam', which lies between First and Third streets. There is a strong feeling on the part of residents ami property owners in Ea«t Cambridge that that district Is tit for better things than to be covered with the huge, 111-smelling stables of Hoston contractors and teamsters The sentiment is that the pract'ee of outside parH.es tn come to the hoard of health and get permits for stables in East Cambridge to hold ion or more hor-es has gone far enough. A village of stables housing a thousand or more working horses is not a pleasant thing to contemplate In the midst of n residential community such as East Cambridge essentially is. The recent action of the board of health u...
CAMBRIDGE INTERESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 7 May 1904
CAMBRIDGE INTERESTS. At a largely-attended meeting or the CambrlSge Central Labor I'nion on Sunday last the following resolutions were unanimously passed: Resolved, That the inte.-ests of all of the people of Cambridge would be best served by the subway system rather than hy an elevated structure In order to put the much-needed rapid transit from Cambridge to Boston, and be it further Resolved. That we favor the build'ng of a subway from Harvard square ti the new West Boston br'dge. but we aye ultimately oppossd to granting a perpetual franchise to any corporation for the use of the same. This resolution was also passed: Whereas, we believe it is for the best Interest of the organized workers to demand the union label upon all goods purchased by them, and Whereas. There hns not been much interest In that line In relation to ladies' footwear, therefore be it Resolved. That the delegates of the Cambr'dge Central l.ahoi Union In meeting assembled relndorse -" file union label of the Bo...
MISS BUTT'S RECITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 7 May 1904
MISS BUTT'S RECITAL. The third annual recital and dance given by little Miss Bertha Xlahel Butt wns held 111 Odd Fellows' hall on Thursday evening. There was a very large attendance of the friends of thl i talented little lady and there was r&gt; very dlversilled urogram given for their enjoyment This was made un oft Overture,'by the Dana Hill Orchestra- song. Xliss Stella XlcPhersonfnncv dancing. Xll«s Buhv Mclntxjcreading. "Fnkle Rubens Bantism." Mi=s Itntt- miis'cal selection by the cotiin family, composed of XH j s tirace Masters Gordon nnd ltnlnh: tambourine dance. Xliss Ibnttlc Fitzgerald: Hungarian Xlarch. Prof. Ceorce Olson- living picture poses, xflss Butt—"Tbe Awakening." "Offended Dignity," ••Xlnurnlng." ".loy." "Bemnnstrance." "Faith." •Tommanil/' "Triumph." "Rejection," ''XieditatJfnV' "Bashfulness." "Awkwardness." "Connetishness." "Pcrtness." "Supplication": violin solo .Inhn Sullivan: reading. "Th'i Buggies' Pinner Party." Xliss Ada Xlabvl Cahlll: solo. Miss S...
OVERSEERS OF THE POOR [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 7 May 1904
OVERSEERS OF THE POOR The overseers of the poor have sent their annual report ti the state board of charity. There were HOT persons partially supported in Cambridge from April I. 1008, to April 1. 1004, There were 101 Inmates fully supported at the City Home during this period. Oil being present on .March 81; 1004, Then were Bill Insane cared for during the year, but the city was entirely relieved of this class by law on .lan. 1. 1004. The total expense for City Home support, including salaries and supplies. was JISB.eS2B.SO. The amount paid for full support of persons at Insane hospitals or asylums during the year was f20.408.84, and the amount paid In other Institutions was $(lol!l.i:t. The reimbursements of pauper expenses re. calved during the year for the City Home was $4810.18, embracing $:s&lt;HWt.4!i for sales of produce. $880.84 for board repaid, and $150.80 for mlscellnneoiis items. The amount received from lnd'viduals for board of Cambridge Insane during the year ...
ANNUAL MAY PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 7 May 1904
ANNUAL MAY PARTY. The annual Xtay party of the F. A. Kennedy Xlutual Reneflt Association was held In Cypress hall on Tuesday evening. The hall was crowded with the members of the association and their friends. Everybody present passed a thoroughly enjoyable evenIng. The floor waa In charge of Floor Director Mtss Annie C. XValsh. assisted by Miss Emily M. Mulvahlll, ami the 'following aids: Miss Mary E. Keane. Miss Kathryn F. llanley. Miss Annie A. Lyons, .Miss E. .1. McKeon. Miss X. A. Burke, Miss Elizabeth X. Carr. M'ss Nellie G. Fitzgerald. The reception committee wai composed of Miss ah ill" F. Connell, MDs Katherlne Magulre. Miss Annie Mahoney.
RECEPTION OF NEW PASTOR. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 7 May 1904
RECEPTION OF NEW PASTOR. A reception to the new pastor of the Epworth Church, Rev. C. W. Topper and his wife was held In the vestry of the church on Tuesday evening by the Ladles' Ad Bocletv of the church, The postor and Mrs. Topper were assisted in receiving by Mr. and Mrs. Alexati. der Milan and Dr. and Mrs. Mansfield of Rro'i 1 line. Mrs. F. 11. Thomas wns chairman of the reception committee. and was ass'sted by Mlta I. LHII'n Baker. Miss Ethel Howard. Charles Whittemore. Hubert Crowley and ETrs, .1 A. Hattle. The ushers were In charge of Mr. Crowley nnd were A. F. Whit, man. E. 11. Redstone, t'. IL Thomas John Full. James Russell. G. C. Gilbert. F. F. Muhady and R. J. Fawcett After the reception refreshments were served in the banquet-room. The wait, resses were 'n charge of Mltl 1. Lillian Baker, Miss Alice Adams, Teresa DatisVln, .Wn Howard. Filth Fawcett Florence Wentworth. Lillian Wh'ttemore and Marguerette Windworth.
THE PARRY DRILL. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 7 May 1904
THE PARRY DRILL. There was a large crowd nt the new armory on Tuesday evening to witness the competitive drill for the Parry medal by the members of Co. c. sth regiment M. V. M. Sergeant Herbert R. Hutchlnron was the winner, The Judges were Major E. 11. Eldrcilge. Stli regiment; Captain Mark Smith, Co. A 'nth regiment, nnd Lieutenant Mclsaacs battalion adjutant of the sth. The award of the medal was made by Mayor Augustine J. Daly. After the award of the Parry medal every man In the 'onipnny received a marksmen's badge all having ninlltied as marlsnicn Dancing concluded the evening's p ntertilutrent. Many visitors were ores, ent. including several military officers from out of town nnd many members of the city government.
FOR WORKING BOYS' HOME. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 7 May 1904
FOR WORKING BOYS' HOME. dn Friday evening "of last w-eek n very successful whist party was given at the residence of Miss Annie Davy SS Putnam avenue, for the henetit of the Boston Working Boys' Dome. The enrly part of the evening was devoted to whtst. when Miss Katherlne Harrington captured the lady's prize. ani( Prank Murphy the gentleman's. Miss Mary Ilobln aud Tlionias Sullivan were consoled with the booby prizes. The latter part of the evening was given over to an entertainment of vocsl and Instrumental music by Miss Katherlne Harrington, Miss Agnes Rhodes M'ss Elizabeth Anderson. Miss Annie Davy and William Davy, Among those present were: Misses Helen Burns. May lloliin. Mary E. ('oflVy. May P. Dray. Annie Mahoney. Harriet Davy. Elizabeth Anderson. Catherine Davy. Etta Daw. Elizabeth Gallivan. Katherlne Harrington, Maggl" .Vlrian Mrs. Josenbine Smith. Acnes Rhodes nnd Josephine 0. Coffey. Messrs. Daniel McAuPtT. Frank Murphy. John Flnnniirnn. Thircas Parks. William Swan. Willi...
DEATH OF OLD COUPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 7 May 1904
DEATH OF OLD COUPLE. Funeral services were held In the Mt, (Hive Baptist Church, Massachusetts avenue, Monday afternoon, over Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Harris of 20T.Columbia street. Mrs. Harris died Friday morning at the nee of Oft from hear! failure. Mr, Harris, who had been ill for some time with Bright's disease passed away Saturday morning at the aire of 1,7. the sudden death of Ms wife helm" "V'ichvii to him. No children or grandchildren survive them. Jos»or ii-rris was horn 117 years ago lv Norfolk, ,V» He came to Boston when voting. For veers, h" was wllVJoslinn It etou Se-itb. wh" in his day wis p leading caterer in this c-itv. Later he was a mes-encer to The Atlas National Ban'■-. lie held this position unt'l his death, lie made his home In ('■&gt;'"- -'.,.] ioo : ,"d was a property bolder and one of the most respected colored men Pi that cltv. Mrs. Darrls has lieen f»"hle-mbi-led and unable to take care of hers if for some years. The services at the ch"rrjh were condnet...
MANDOLIN SCHOOL CONCERT [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 7 May 1904
MANDOLIN SCHOOL CONCERT The International Mandolin School wMI hold a recital by their numerous pupils on next Wednesday evening Xlay 11, In Odd Fellows' hall. Cambrldgeport. The regular pupils will be assisted by Carlo Carclotto. mandolinWalter X'rulanil. guitar and banjo: Frank Reynolds, singing humorist: Wllln Lynnett. soprano: Camille Carclotto. child mandolin soloist: Xliss Carrie E. Illidge and XIWs Edna Bums, accompanists. A violin solo will be played by Xlaster XVIIlle Deveraux and Master Samuel Daniels will assist Edna Burns and Camille Carclotto tn a mandolin and guitar trio. Those who will take |&gt;nrt are: Mandolins—Beda Swanson. (irrtr.ude Doollng, Alien Sullivan. Xlnry Kelley. Esther Kollen. Annie (irossman. Xlarlon XlcCllntoehLillian Cole, ltose Sandler. Lena Bradley. Josephine Franey. (lertnide Uaw. Lizzie Henderson. Lillian XValsh Anna Xlurphy. Ida Bacr, Charlotte Norrross. Ethel Itosenwald. Xliss Tissler. (Jraco Keefe. Xlaydelle Follansbee, Fannin Itosenwal...
MORE PLUNDER FOUND. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 7 May 1904
MORE PLUNDER FOUND. It would ss'in that the stealings of Kenneth Wade, who was arrested by the Inspectors' department some time ngo. amounted to no Inconsiderable lime ami extended over ipilte a period. F. r ninny iii'intlft llicrc had lieen i-.cii--I'laints frollt students oc-,-u|V.ving dormitories thai they were losing goods which could be easily carried away, and these complaints were very numerous. At Ihe till I' Hie arrest (here was a large amount of those goods recovered, anil Inspector Hurley of tlii- Cambridge police department recovered on Saturday last $.'ihki worth of property stolen from a room ill Westmoiiey Hall ni Harvard in November, 1003. The property belonged to Henry C, Xlav of Washington, wb'i at the lime of the theft was a student at the college. Sunday he entile ol) from Washington and Identified the property, which Included a $700 diamond ring and other Jewelry, and is believed to have been stolen by Kenneth XVade. now under arrest. Xluch property stolen by Wa...
MEMORIAL HALL STRIKE [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 7 May 1904
MEMORIAL HALL STRIKE There has been considerable excltemi'iit at 'Memorial hall this week over the strike of the coloied waiters there. When it was decided to commence tint supper hour at ." Instead of B.HO o'clock the waiters demanded that their wages lie proportionally Increased. When thli wns refused slxty-tlve of them went out on strike. Most of these hnve re. Turned anil the places of the other, have been filled. One young mnn. who was out, was sent 'wick to work by his mother. The committee of the Pining Association, which has charge of the eating hall, re-Instated all who came back, with the exception of llvn whom fiiey refused to give baok their plnees, claiming Hint they were disturbers.