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AN OLD LANDMARK GONE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 14 November 1903
AN OLD LANDMARK GONE. The old Allston schoolhouse lot on Boardman street, Cambridge, is soon to be the scene of extensive building operations. Five apartment houses are to be erected there by Frank Saggese, a contractor of Hanover street, Boston, who is the present owner of the property . The property was sold, some months ago, at auction, by Cunningham Bros. The purchaser was A. B. Turner of Arlington, owner of the property adjoining, at the corner of Harvard street. He in turn sold it to Saggesse, who is now tearing down the school building. The Allston achoolhouse was one of the oldest In the city. The school was presided over for many years by Benjamin W. Roberts, who was transferred to the new Roberts school. At that time the Allston building became but a makeshift, and was used as such until It was gutted by Are a few years ago.
Blackington—Guiney. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 14 November 1903
Blackington—Guiney. A pretty wedding tock place Monday evening at the home of Mrs. John J. Gulney, on Sterling terrace. The bride was Miss Mac Guiney and the groom was Mr. Frederick Blacklngton of Rockland, Me. Mr. Mortimer i... Hackett, uncle of the bride, was best man, and Miss Helen Gulney. a sister of the bride, was bridesmaid. During the informal reception which followed the ceremony, music was furnished by several well-known Cambridge artists, friends of Mrs. Blacklngton, herself a talented! pianist. Mr. and Mrs. Blacklngton will spend their honeymoon In Rockland, and on their return will live In this city. Mrs. Blacklngton is a sister of John J. Guiney, the wellknown Andover athlete.
MARRIAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 14 November 1903
MARRIAGES. STAPLES-CLIFFORD—Oct. 14. by Rev. Wllber N. Mason, Thomab Henry Staples of Boston to Sarah Edith Clifford of this city. ENGLISH-McMAKIN—Nov. 4, by Rev. F. J. Hughes, George Joseph EnKlifh to Lillian Cecilia McMakin, botn of this city. HANSON-SODERLUND— Nov. 7, by Rev. C. H. Williams, Hans Oabrlo. Hanson to HtlJegard Marie Sodei lund. both of this city. STAFKORD-TOFFLINO—Nov. 10, by Rev. P. J. Durcan. John Edward Stat rord to Mary Alphonsus Toffllng. both of this city. McMORROWMURNAOHAN—Nov. 4 by Rev. F. J. Hughes. Bernard Jas. McMorrow of Boston to Catherine Murnagiian of this city. DOHERTY-HYNES—Nov. 4, by Rev Michael J. Coffey. John Doherty to Mary Hynes, both of this city. MALONE-SEERY—Nov. 11, by Rev. P. P. J. Durcan-, Patrick Joseph Malone to Annie Loretta Seery, both of this city. PEARCK-DARRA.H—Nov. 4. by Rev. J. V. Oarton. William Pearce of this city to Mary Darrah of SomervlHe.
DEATHS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 14 November 1903
DEATHS. JENNIE—Nov. 4, at 860 Massachnsetts avenue, Annie F. Jennie, age 39 years. JORDAN—Nov. 4. at 117 Webster avenue, Mary F. Jordan, age 58 years. WALCOTT—Nov. 3, at Cambridge hospital. Richard P. Walcott of 173 Hampshire street, age 48 years, 6 months, 3 days. BLACK—Nov. 4. at 150 Kirkland street, John Savin Black, 2 years, 5 months, 21 (Irvh KEENAN—Nov. 4, at 65 Sacramento street, William J. Keenan, age 28 years. street, Michael Cremins. infant. CREMINS—Nov. 5. at 43 Jeffersoi SEVIGNE—Nov. 3, at Rindge hospital of 26 River Btreet, Harriet Sevigne. age 33 years, 5 months, 2 days. BARROWS—Nov. 4, at 21 • Jackson street. Louis Barrows, Jr.. age 37 years. RIISS—Nov. 5, at. 84« Main Btreet, Charlotte F. Rusb, age 58 years, 10 months, 17 days. BILVA—Nov. 5. at. 145 Ixjwlandavenue, Joseph Silva, age 5 month's, 14 days. ' hBLLEY—Nov. 5, at 7 Carlisle street, Francis Kelley, age 1 year, 10 months. CO! O—Nov. 6, at 22 I&gt;ee. Catherine Colo, age 82 years. TAYLOR—Nov. 6, at 163 ...
CHRONICLES OF THE "BIG FOUR" ... to Mention "Lonesome Jimmy" Who Applied for Everything in Sight Except the City Solicitorship. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 14 November 1903
CHRONICLES OF THE "BIG FOUR" ... to Mention "Lonesome Jimmy" Who Applied for Everything in Sight Except the City Solicitorship. Being Some Incidents, Hitherto Unpublished, in the Careers of "Mike" Shea, General ChampJin, 'Uerry" Donovan and Coveney. PuzzleFind''Lonesome Jimmy." The comander-in-chlef of the Colonial club annex, otherwise known as the Non-Partisan political party of Cambridge, was reclining on a divan in the Chateau Generalissimo on Dana hill, hardliy what "nice" society folks are pleased to call tbe Avenue de Massachusetts. It was the evening of election day, that fateful December 15th in the year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and three. At the feet of General Champlln, for the commander-in-chief referred to was no other than the celebrated Edgar, sat his faithful henchman, Coveney, looking upward with a heavenly glow on his countenance as he listened to the words of wisdom that ever and anon fell from the lips of hla lord and master. In the rear of the divan...
MILITARY BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 14 November 1903
MILITARY BALL. A Brilliant Affair Promised for the Dedication of the New Armory on " Thursday Evening of Next Week. That the Inauguration of the new 8175,000 armory which the city of Cambridge has furnished for her soldier boys will be fittingly celebrated there Is now no manner of doubt, for the elaborate preparations for the grand military ball to be held on Thursday evening next have been completed and everything points to this being the society event, of the season' in this city. Many notable guests from out of town will be presept to grace the occasion. Boston, Brookline and Cambridge society wilt vie with the military in making this occasion a notable one. The final arrangements have been perfected by the Joint committee of citizens, headed by Alderman Stoughton Bell and the officers of the "Cambridge Battalion." The reception committee will consist of the following officers of the state militia: General Thomas R. Mathews. Colonel James A. Frye, Colonel William H. Oakes. ColoT...
WOVEN HOSE MEN STRIKE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 14 November 1903
WOVEN HOSE MEN STRIKE. Tuesday morning there was considerable excitement In the vicinity- o' the Boston Woven Hose company's works on Hampshire street, when It was learned that a number of tme men employed there were on a strike. Eighteen belt pressmen and maker* employed by the company went on strike because or a cut In wages. Kor three years these men have been receiving 24 cens for every 100 feet Qi belting (hey manufactured. Thursday morning they discovered a notice posted to the effect that their wages had been cut from 24 cents t&lt;. 20 cents, and a strike was declared at once. The men met and appolnteu Messrs. dishing and Hayes a commit tee of two to Interview Superintendent Richards regarding tSie cut-down that had been posted, but the Interview proved fruitless. The superintendent refused (o renew the old scsle. and tinmen dropped their aprons and left the factories. Twelve of the strikers are belt pressmen and the other six arc. makers. When'the strike was declare...
COLONNE FRANCAISE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 14 November 1903
COLONNE FRANCAISE. Attention! Attention! votant FrancoAmerlcains. lisez avec soin cc gui suit. Extrait de la 10l "Luce" a I'egard de voter aux nominations gui auront lieu prochalnement Quand le votant vlent pour recevolr son scrutin, dv COmtDlb dcs scrutlns. celui-oi lul demande quel sorte de scnitln II desire, Demoeratique. Non-Partisan Republlcain. oil n'lmporte quel autre parti gui est en nomination. Le commis annonce dlstlnctemeht le drolx dv votant. et lul donne le scrutin desire. I.a selection dv votant est marquee sur la liste dn commis et cette liste est flnalementretournee aux commlssaire dcs elections a Boston ou le commis de vllkou I'election a cue lieu. L'annee sulvante cette meme liste. servtra pour de't erralner de quel parti un homme a vote l'annee pcecedante. Aucun volant enrole sous les provisions de cet acte pourra recevolr que le scrutin dv parti sous lequel II est enrole, mals le vo tant pourra changer de parti en Be presentant devant le commis de la ville dans I...
EAST CAMBRIDGE DEMOCRATS [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 14 November 1903
EAST CAMBRIDGE DEMOCRATS An enthusiastic Democratic rally In the Interests of registration was held In Instllue lower hall on Thursday evening. Among those who addressed the meeting were Mayor McNamee. Representative Lehan and Alderman Harrett. All promised that the vole for the entire Democratic ticket this year would exceed anything here tofore had In Rnst Cambridge.
JACKSON CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 14 November 1903
JACKSON CLUB. A well attended meeting of the club was hold last Sunday afternoon. A committed on registration and naturalization was appointed to canvass the ward for names to be placed upon- the voting list. A number of new members were admitted, among whom were Mr. Antonio A. Paine, the well k-nown lonsorlal arl Ist employed by Mr. Frank J. Costa.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 14 November 1903
" -*—- ■ ■ ■ 1... --■ CHASE. DAVIS, Optician B—anas■sHsr™" *"" IT — ' —= e^BSH«'^MHHaBsBBS!sfWHBaS9W EYES J A NO EXAHINED II NECESSARY --■-. ■'■■■» * £&gt; DAVIS METHOD &amp; NOW AT 367 Boylston Street, i Flight Elevator TO SETTLE ESTATE We will SELL AT A BARCAIN a 4-Apartment House and about 5,500 square feet of Land CORNER LOT. ALSO, A 2-Apartment House of 14 Rooms, and about 2,500 squar* feet of Land. Both of the above Properties are situated on Inman Sq. Make us an Offer. CUNNINGHAM BROTHERS, 671 Massachusetts Uraiiie, Cambridgg. P. O'BRIEN &amp; SON, FLORISTS 1022 MASS. AYE, Cambridge, ' ■ ' ::* v • ■ - mass. a . .. ~ ■ x JAMES J. SHEA JOHN T. SHEA SHEA BEOS. Undertakers and Embalmers WAREROONIS, 9 PEARL STREE T Oilier. 407 Cambridge Street. „ ~ ) JAMES J. SHEA, 75 Fifth Street. Residences : V JQHN , f SHEA (J1 ()til| wtm , t .■•'■'. . . . Telephone No. 62!&gt;-«. Democrats and Bepnlilicans-No Partiality. Our Usual LOW PRICES To AIL WM.H. WOOD &a...
LOCAL BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 14 November 1903
LOCAL BREVITIES. The Second Universalis! church, Otis street, Bast Cambridge, now familiarly known aa the "Open Church," under the leadership of Pastor Charles V. Barter, will celebrate a neighborhood rally next Sunday, Nov. 15, at the regular service) hour. 3 o'clock p. m. Ministers and congregations to be present frcm the following churches: Rev. Dr. George W. BickneH's, Cambridgeport; Rev. W. B. Eddy's. North Cambridge; Rev. H. D. Maxwell's, Rev. F. A Gray's, and Rev. William ,C. Couden's, Somervllle, and Rev. T. A. Fischer's. Medford. Rev. C. A. Skinner of Cambridge, will also be present. "The N'eeUs of East Cambridge" is the general subject for the addresses. Special music will be provided. The . public are invited to attend this service. I Mrs. Ann M. Tucker, 70 years of age, fell Tuesday evening while crossing Harrison street, on Main street, fracturing her hip. Mrs. Tucker resides at 171 Winsor street. Mrs. A. L. Pitcher of Cambridge gave a lecture Tuesday evening under the ...
HOLDS STREET THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 14 November 1903
HOLDS STREET THEATRE. Beginning next Monday evening and continuing for two weeks the stage of the Hollls Street Theatre Is to be occupied by the foremost of American comedians, Mr. N. C. Goodwin, who under the direction of Klaw &amp; Erlanger Is to present a superb revival of that most Interesting of the Shakespearean comedies, "A Midsummer Night's Dream." It is eight years since this delightful work of the Immortal bard has been presented in Boston, the last production being that made by the late Augustln Daly. But neither in Boston nor In any other city In the world has this fairy dream been given anything like the superb production which these fearless and enterprising gentlemen have given it in this Instance. The cast besides Mr. Goodwill, who plays Bottom, the Weaver, Is a notable one containing many, names that are famous, in the history of the stage. For the first time In the history ot the American stage, the beautiful Mendelssohn music is given in its entirety, the ...
GLOBE THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 14 November 1903
GLOBE THEATRE. At every performance Mr. Richman. the star of "Captain Barrington," is given an-ovation and Mr. George W. Wilson as "Caspar Moulton," Mr. Joseph Kilgour as "George Washington." Mr. William Redmund as "Sergt. Bully." are given most cordial receptions. Of the women of the company, Miss Suzanne Sheldon, Miss Helen MacGregor. Miss Frances Ring, Miss Eugenic Hayden and Mrs. Charles G. Craig, it Is needless to comment. They have all stored individually. These five ladles form a quintette of the most beautiful women on the American stage. Mrs. Craig's beauty, however, is hidden under a mask of burnt cork as she plays the role of a colored servant. -&gt; Enthusiasm runs riot at every performance or "Captain Harrington ing several of the incidents, more particularly those.of a patriotic nature. The great duel with swords between Mr. Richman and Mr. Redmund. too. is one or the most thrillingly exciting scenes ever presented upon the stage or a Boston theatre.
COLUMBIA THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 14 November 1903
COLUMBIA THEATRE. "Nothing neater, daintier, sweeter than 'Winsome Winnie' on the stage today," Is the claim by the producers of this week's attraction at the Columbia theatre, Boston, and Miss Paula Kclwn.rdos and her merry company of 100 singers and comedians are fully living up to 'the claim. Tuneful, melodious, foil to the brim wun funny quips and pretty girls, it abounds In these peculiar properties which make an up-to-date production' successful. The big 1 house which witnessed its Initial performance in Boston Monday night went into gales or laughter. In sympathy with the magnetic little comedienne, for Miss Kdwnnlcs is above all things magnetic and Irresistible in her own personality. Strong individual hits are also scored by Isob'el Hall, an established Boston favorite; Helen Redmond, radiant and' rich In voice; Joseph C. Miron in his everfunny Interpretation ot a bold, bad brigand, and his magnificent bass voice; W. P. Carleton. In his popular love song, "Winsome Winnie;" ...
MAJESTIC THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 14 November 1903
MAJESTIC THEATRE. There ran be no question but thst "The Earl of Pawtucket" has taken a strong hold on the affections of Boston theatregoers, anil'that the rrowded and" delighted audiences that attend every performance Indicate very strongly, the piny could remain at the Majestic for an Indefinite period. It 1s safe to say rliat "The Karl of Pawtucket" with Mr. Lawrence D'Orsay and the excellent company nightly pleases many people, and that each week aggregates audiences well up Into thousands. Mr. Augustus Thomas haß written a play In this comedy with dialogue crisp and bright, the situations and complications natural and logical, and the entire ensemble of such a wholesome character permeated with an atmosphere of cleanliness and wholesome fun thus presenting a series of delightful pictures. It Is the only play aside fiuiu a musical comedy that has ever run through a summer In New York, and while Its engagement Is limited here, many regrets.hsve been made that it cannot remain In ...
CITY GOVERNMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 14 November 1903
CITY GOVERNMENT. The regular meeting of the board of aldermen was held Tuesday evening in the aldermantc chamber, President Good in the chair. Alderman Authier and Carstein being absent, A communication was received from bis honor, transmitting from the harbor and land commission a petition or the Boston Elevated railroad for permission to dump ice and snow Into the Charles river. Referred to the city solicitor. Also one from Bridge Commissioner W. J. Marvin asking for a transfer of $50 from general account to salaries and labor. Referred to the finance committee. A communication was received from Superintendent of Streets John 1. Shea In compliance to an order passed by the board at a recent meeting, also one from the superintendent of buildings, Thomas F. Tracey. A communication was received from the water boaru asking for $10,000 to a claim fox damages done the estate or james Evans, Lexington, by taking or land, referred to the committee on claims. A communication was received f...
DENMAN THOMPSON IN "THE OLD HOMESTEAD." [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 14 November 1903
DENMAN THOMPSON IN "THE OLD HOMESTEAD." The announcement that Den man Thompson and his ever verdant, ever popular "Old Homestead" will be the attraction at the Boston theatre for the fortnight beginning next Monday evening, November 16, is hailed with delight, by all classes of theatregoers. This Is the eighteenth annual tour ot Mr. Thompson with the New England Idyl, and the long life enjoyed by th.play Is a striking tribute to its power to please amusement lovers, who fin' In Its homely sentiment, 'flashes of wit, lovable characters and meadow-tin-ted atmosphere a refreshing change form the glare and tinsel of the spec tacular. There is small use in telling a very long story about "The Old Homestead," or Denman Thompson's production or his impersonation of Joshua Whltcomb. Mr Thompson is the same picturesque, typical figure of the pros perous, kind-hearted, peace-loving New Hampshire farmer, and he is this season supported by a large company. wlilrai contains all the old favor Ite...