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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 4 June 1904
E. B. JAMES LIBER CO. No. 16 Central Street, Boston. T*l. Main 1099. J. CUBHINC &amp; CO., WHOLESALE AM* BKTAIL DEALXKB IN Hay, Straw, 'Grain and Flour RECLKANKD OA'ltJ A BPECIALTY. AOEMia roa PILLSBURYS BEST FLOUR. Lowett Cull Price. Prompt Delivery. Foot of Regent St., No. Cambridge, Mass. TEUtraoxß: 103 oambbiuuz. Here is the Place Where you can buy any kind of Students' Cast-off Clothlnf Of every description, punts, suite and overcoats. Money to Loan on diamonds, watobes, jewelry of any kind, clothing, etc. MAX KEEZER, 8 Bow St., Qulncy Sq. For PHONOGRAPHS, RECORDS, AND TALKING MACHINE SUPPLIES GO TO Edward He McDuffee TIRE REPAIRER AND VULCANIZER 17 PBOfSPECT. STREET, Central Square. S. PICONI, Dealer in Choice Fruit, Confectioneries, Cigars and Tobacco, 1353 Cambridge Street. Earl Gray Coombs 1093 Cambridge Street CAMBRIDGE, MASS. J. DUNPHY, Dealer in Watches. Clocks, Diamonds, Jewelry, Silverware, Optical floods. Special attention given to Fine Watch. Clock and Jewelr...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 4 June 1904
LAWYERS. AL&amp;IN L RICHARDS, 31 MILK ST., B OSTON CENTRAL BLOB, CENTRAL SQUARE, CAMBRIDCE. Telephone 19U7-B Main, DIETRICK, DUNCAN &amp; WOLCOTT Attorneys at Law, no STATE ST., Rooms 803-804 BOSTON, MASS. Evening Office, 671 riassachusetu Avenue, Cambridge. FRANCIS P. CURRAN, Lawyer, ao Peraberton Square, Boston, Mass. Law Offices, 20 Pemberton Square, Huston. 1287 Hayinarket. Besldenoe, Hotel Majestic, Cambridge, 2T2-* Cambridge. Telephone, 2433-4 Main ARTHUR L. FARRELL. Attorney and Counsellor-at-Law, 23 Court Street, Kooms &amp;X) and 221 BOSTON, - . . MAM . Reiidence: 172 Sprlug St., East Camuuidok. JAiIES B. VALLELY, Counsellor-at-Law. Brlgg. Building, , , . lloouis 62-45, 293 Washington Street, Boston. Tel., Main, 02D, Bealdence, 30 Amcjry St., Cambridgeport. JOHN J. SCOTT, COUNSELLOR • HT • "_R__ 6ro Pemberton Building, Pemberton Square, . . Boston. Reiidence, 2 Leonard Avenue. Telephone, Haymarket 2JJ36. J. JOSEPH FOLEY, Attorney-at-Law, Booiu 8, Ch...
THE ELKS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 4 June 1904
THE ELKS. Tho 2.lth regular session of the Cambridge lodge No. 830, B. P. O. Elks, wns hold at Odd Fellows' Hnll on Wednesdny evening Inst, Exalted Bill. er George F, McKollegett In the ehnlr. Louis !•'. r&lt;uini»t ot 89 Traymoor street wns elected n member. A large nnioniit of routine business wns transacted. The iiuestlon of Inking- pnrt In the coming lawn party In nld of free bed fund nt the Holy Ghost Hospital wns Introduced by Brother Henry .1. Cunningham. After mnny complimentary remarks by several of the members present ns to the character of the work done by the Hospital, the whole niiit- ter was referred to a committee of I've who will report their finding* to tlie lodge at lire next session. The lodge according to Its by-laws cannot aid a public charily as a lodge, but its member* is Individuals and as representative* of a benevolent organization can and certainly will do much to assist the Hospital Aid Society in making their lawn party a success. The committee c...
SUPERINTENDENT CLUKAS' TRIP. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 4 June 1904
SUPERINTENDENT CLUKAS' TRIP. Superintendent of strets Clukns returned on Wednesday night from n Aye dnys" trip to Pennsylvania where he went to InsjK'ct the plait of the ReynoidsviiU' Brick nnd Tile Company, which concern was the lowest bidder for the half n million of brick to be used in paving. Humors had come to him thnt tills concern could not live up to the contract and hence the trip of Investigation. He states that he found that It would be Impossible for the company to deliver tlie brick on time as there was none of the brick specified In the contract now on hand and thnt its facilities would not admit of the work being done on time. The contract will now go to fhe Metropolitan raving Brick Company, which wns the next highest bidder at *:U).50 per thousand. The Reynoldsvllle company's bid wns 127.40 per thousand, but it is claimed that Its brick Is n little smaller than that of the Metro. polltnn company. Battery B of the Cambridge heavy artillery, under command of Capt. l-o...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 4 June 1904
Pettigrew, Bright &amp; Co. MEMBERS BOSTON STOCK EXCHANGE. BANKERS AND BROKERS Exchange Building, Boston. JOHK PKTTIQREW. EI.MEB H. BRIGHT ________________----*a--**ta----*a-__-_-»*ta-General Contractor. 619 CAMBRIDGE STREET. Estimates Furnished for Every Kind of Work. Telephone Connection. JAMES J. SHEA J OHN T - SHEA SHEH BROS. Undertakers and Embalmers Wareroomi, 9 PEARL STREET OSoe, 407 Cambridge Street. f JAMES J. SHEA, 75 Fifth Street. , Residences .. . \j O HN T. SHEA, 91 Otis Street Telephone No. **5-4. Why Go 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 j Wentworth &amp; Keller Pianos. Second-Hand Uprights, Squares and Organs. Y. M. C. A. PIANO ROOMS, 830 Mass. Aye. Democrats *i Republicans-No Partiality Our Usual LOW PRICES To All. WM. H, WOOD &amp; CO., Lumber Merchants P. ...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 4 June 1904
EDWARD GRANT, CONSTABLE " Qualified to Serve Civil Process." Office: 671 Mass. Ay., Room 7 Residence : II Cerry Street, CAMBRIDCE. _. P. CRIFFIIM HORSESHOER 2500 MASSACHUSETTS AYE. NORTH CAMBRIDCE, MASS. Special Attention given to Lame, Overreaching and Interfering Hones. Quick work and aatlsfactlou Guaranteed. Telephone 963-9 Cambridge. ______B________«_™»*""™™"™™ PARTICULARS AT RAYnONDS The Bast ana Neateat Place In Cambridge to get a Ft rat-Claaa Hair Cut and Shave la at A. J. SYLVESTER'S FASHIONABLE PARLORS 34 Prospect St., near Central *n. linyynuraimplleahere. Klrnt-claaa liajnra,ll.M to a,i.00. All warranted. Union BO*,
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 4 June 1904
JJ.H.MCNAMEECO. Bookbinders H. X. McNamee W. E. Tone. '-■•'•lijrfj^*^^ We bind all kinds of printed matter, also old books in any style binding. 26a Brattle Street, Old Cambridge. H. J. SHAW, Snooeaaor to Miller &amp; Bbaw, . Manufacturer ot ' Portable Steam Hoisting Engines, Hammers, Nippf-\ etc., for Hie Driving; Holts, Trusses, and other Iron Work toi Bridges and Buildinga, MACHINERY FOR HOISTING ICE, Hydraulic Freaaea and General Machinery. Special attention paid to Machine and Automobile Repairing. Cor. Sixth Street and Broadway, Cambridgeport, Mass. ttHTtS, HTKINS Be CO. PAPER HAMEHS, WHITEMNB. KAUOMINUU, TINTINB, WHITEWASHING. Exterior and Interior Decorating, W»H Piptr Mouldings, Palrtrlng. Bluing, *o. 27-29 Prospect Street, CAMBRIDCIPORT. (y-Near Central Sq. Tel. TIM ramhrldge Telephone Connection. G. W. LINDSAY Caterer Weddings, Parties Balls, etc., given special attention. Orders by Mail Promptly Attended to. IB Jchool St., C»«nbridtf»port. Reycroft Pharmacies Mas...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 4 June 1904
A WORD TO THE WISE. Coal prices have been reduced to the spring basis. We are receiving daily fresh mined coal of the best quality, and are prepared to fill orders promptly. If you have never traded with us, give us a trial. We know we can please you. METROPOLITAN GOAL CO., GENERAL OFFICES, 30 CONGRESS ST., - - - BOSTON. CAMBRIDGE OFFICE AND WHARF, ■til Bridge Street; •-........ K..t Cambridge. BRANCH OFFICE, HARVARD SQUARE. SPECIAL SALE OF TRIMMED WALKING HATS 98 Cents Former Value $2.00 and $2.50. These Hats are all hand-made and are of Exceptional Value. BENNETT'S Fine^Millinery. PRICES REDUCED Order Your Coal Now Pea . .V . V . $5.00 Furnace .'■-. . . 6.25 Egg..'.f§ .v . ~ 6.50 stove and Nut . 6.7 5 Franklin .... 8.00 Prompt delivery, and fair treatment by competent and reliably help. Consumers Co-Operative Coal Co. THE YOUNGEST COAL CO, IN CAMBRIDGE Phon. 101 Cmbrld,. ° ff "*' ■Jl&gt;ZV£on™™n o .U&gt;n Tr.n.f.r Station. SODEN STREET STABLES ULRIC OAGNN, . Manage...
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 11 June 1904
THE CAMBRIDGE SENTINEL VOL. I. No. 33. &lt;ALLIED PRINTING TRADE COUNCIL BOSTON, MASS.&gt; 81 CAMBRIDGE, MASS., JUNE 11, 1904. PRICE THREE CENTS. The Cambridge Sentinel. A WEEKLY DEMOCRATIC PAPER Published every Saturday at 671 Massachusetts Ave., Cambridge (Boston), 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. SATURDAY, JUNE 11, 1904. East Cambridge news items for the SENTINEL can be left at the news store of William H., Shaunnessy, 278 Cambridge street, where the representative of this paper will receive It.
THE CITY GOVERNMENT. Holds Unimportant Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 11 June 1904
THE CITY GOVERNMENT. Holds Unimportant Meeting. Dr. Stevens Re-appointed to the Water Board—Councilman Wood's Order to Visit the Metropolitan Water Works Is Laid Over by the Board. Tbe attendance of spectators at the city government meeting on Tuesday evening was very slim. The board of aldermen met at 8.03 with only live of the aldermen In their seats, hut nil came In Inter. Dr. Edward H. Stevens was re-appointed water commissioner for live yenrs. A eoinmunleutlon from Hie mayor on the death of ■ Mlehnel Corcoran was received aud Aldermen Blodgett and Davis were appointed a committee on resolutions on the :&gt;art of the lnuird. A communication from the park commissioners explaining that the reason that the bethl at Cambridge Field had not heen ope-i'-d was because there had heen no appropriation for this i.urpose. The order of Councilman Wood from the Common Council for a trip to Clinton to inspect the water works there was referred to the committee on nuance, although Ald...
COMMON COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 11 June 1904
COMMON COUNCIL. At 8.10 p.m., President Steams called the council to order. All members'were present, except Councilman Elmore and Nelligan. Councilman Wood offered nn order to have the city messenger make arrangements to take the city council to Clinton and inspect the Metropolitan water works. The rules were suspended, as the councilman desired Immediate action and this was approved. Councilman O'Nell Introduced an order to have the mayor authorized to confer with the Boston and Maine railroad (the Fltchburg division) with reference to obtaining permission for the city of Cambridge to build a subway under the rnllroad track at Itlndge Field. Councilman Myers offered an order requesting the council to appropriate $200 In addition to the sum already appropriated for the celebration of liiedependence Day. making n total of UtOO, Councilman Caswell said that Inst year flfiOO was sufficient, and therefore he could COt wee why It Wns not this year. Councilman Ilnrlow said that this year...
ARMY NURSES' REUNION. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 11 June 1904
ARMY NURSES' REUNION. The Army Nurses' Association of Massachusetts held Its nnnunl meeting Wednesdny nt the home of Mrs. Fanny T. Hnaen, Its president. 61 Oxford street. It was both n social nnd business meeting, the nurses, some of whom came from n distance, arriving In the morning nnd being entertnlned nt luncheon by Mrs. Hn7.cn. Bach year the attendance lessens nt these nnnunl gatherings, beennse so mnny of the nurses become too nged or too feeble to go nwny from home. Those who were present yesterday were Mrs. Laura Hnmlln of Revere. Mrs. Mary E. Pnnlels of Mnldon, Mrs. Helen E. Smith of Worcester, Mrs. Mary O. Stevens of Peabody. Mrs. Mary B, Smith of Lowell, Mrs. Ellda R. Fowler of Porchester nnd Mrs. Mnrgnret Hamilton of Wakefield. After luncheon the business transacted related principally to arrnngementa for the reception of the national nrmy nnracs who will .be In Ronton during the week of the fl. A. R. encampment. It Is expected thnt SO nurses will be In the city on thnt ...
SURPRISE AND PRESENTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 11 June 1904
SURPRISE AND PRESENTATION. Mr. nnii Mrs.- Albert W. Kidder, who have .Inst returned from their honeymoon, were given n frontline surprise by n few of their nnmer.pnu, ffiradi" Inst Momln.r evening, Knrly In" the evening one or two persons enllerl nt their cose.v home, nt 20 Ellery street, to offer congrntulntlnns. A little Inter others enme nnd by nine o'clock It wns evident thnt they were being besieged. A little Inter Henry J. Ciinnlnghnm, chief of police, rnpped for order, nnd In n very hnppy speech expressed the feelings of good will which hnd prompted the gnthcrIng. He gnve n fncetlons nnnlysls of the sentiment cnlled love from n bachelor's point of view. After pointing ont the virtues of the hrlde nnd groom he called pnrtlenlnr nttentlon to their genial dispositions nnd their hospltnble ehnrneter. Then, nn behnlf nf those present, he presented the young eonpte with nn elegnnt cut-glnss punch howl, snylng thnt li symbolised the chnrncterlstlcs of the hosts of the evening. He as...
LITTLE ONES RESCUED. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 11 June 1904
LITTLE ONES RESCUED. Wllllnm G. England ami X. M. McFarlitud were at corner of Broadway and Portland street early Sunday morning When they saw smoke Issuing from the burn on the opposite corner. They pulled In nn alarm for box 427 and aroused the Inmates of the adjoining tenement and assi-ded Mrs. Sunnier In getting her four children to the stteet. Mr. England wns obliged to carry the second one of the little ones around for some time before he could deliver It to the mother, who had taken refuge with some kind neighbors. Tbe children were somewhat overcome by smoke before they were rescued, but recovered after n short time. Two valuable horses, owned by Thomas 11. Warren, who occupied the building, were suffocated. The building is Owned by the St. Stephens' associates and was considerably damaged. The cause of the tire Is unknown. The Hames spread to a tenement, which was soon tilled wun smoke, but there was hot n great dual of damage there.
CAPTURED LAMATA [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 11 June 1904
CAPTURED LAMATA Jehu Metilrr of tins city mads the capture of the Italian I.niniitn. chnrged with assault on Miss Livingston In Relmont on Sunday night. He wns sitting on the plnzsn of Mr. Slnile of Belmont when he heard Miss Livingstone scream', and after a long c-hnse outran the Italian n'nd by milking a football tackle on Lnumtu's legs brought ttltn down in a heap, Others soon ran up nnd assisted lv tying the prisoner, who walked out of the East Cambridge Jail on Monthly through an error of one of the House of Correction officers. He mistook the Italian.for andther nnd he gained bis liberty by paying a fine of 11,00 which was due from n Frenchman. Neither coulu speak English, ami hence the mistake,
PIERCE-JANES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 11 June 1904
PIERCE-JANES. A very pretty wedding wns solemnized in King's Chapel, Boston', on Wednesday evening. The bride wns Miss Edith Mny Jnnes. daughter of Mrs. Alum L. Junes of 200 Huntington avenue, nnd the groom Edward Leßoy Pierce, son of Mrs. Ellinbeth Pierce of Cambridge. The bridesmaids were Misses Eliailuth Dyer, Helen S. Oyer, nnd Florence Allen, all of Melrose. The best man was Henry L, Pierce, brother of the groom, and the ushers were Lewis S. Woodruff of Itrookline, L. Preston Burnhnm of Gloucester, Lester E. Flint of Cambridge nnd Frank Rogers of Pedhnm, the latter a classmate In Tufts, medical school, clnss of '05. of the bride's brother. Arthur P. Janes, who gnve her awny nt the altar. Rev. Howard L. Brown, rector of the chapel, performed the ceremony. After early September the couple will be at home at 20 Whtttler street, Cambridge.
CAMBRIDGEPORT GYM NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 11 June 1904
CAMBRIDGEPORT GYM NOTES. W. D. E. Eaton and Bart Sullivan were the gym representatives at the A. A. I. championship games, held at St. I.ouis last Saturday. The weather conditions greatly bothered all the eastern athletes, but Eaton was fortunate in securing two third prizes, winning those places in the Junior and senior championships. lie has done very creditable work In the past, being the Intercollegiate champion and the Pan-American champion at the I|ki and tbe P&gt;o yards and the New England champion at the 100 and 220-yards dashes. Sullivan, who Is also a mile runner of more than ordinary ability, and the present holder of the New England one-hnlf-mile championship, was unable to get a place. John C'. Lorden, who won the Marathon race In 1003, Is training faithfully for the Olympic championship, which will be held at St. Louis In the latter part of August. Bill Coady and Jnck Cummings to captain and left forward of the basket ball team are winning new laurels with the...
GEORGE W. MONTGOMERY [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 11 June 1904
GEORGE W. MONTGOMERY George W. Montgomery, n well known member of the Cambridge Are department died nt his residence. 40 1-1! Bnldwin street, on Thursday morning shortly nfter midnight. The deceased was 4(t yenrs nnd 10 months old nnd hnd been n member of tbe permanent department for the past four yenrs. having served- twelve years previously as n call man In the department. The funeral will be held from his late residence on Sunday nfternoon nt 2.30 o'clock. The decensed wns a member of the Improved (rrder of Hepsntophs, TnTteTT fTrder of Workmen, Knights of Malta, Society of Good Fellows nnd the North Cambridge Veteral Firemen's association. He had a large circle of friends who will morn his loss. He leaves a lierenvod wife, father and mother nnd «evcrnl brothers nnd sisters. The Intcrnien* will be at Cambridge cemetery. The Everett Conimnndery, Knights or Mnltn. of which he \vns n member, the Hod Cross Conimnndery of this city nnd the members of the tire department win attend in ...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 11 June 1904
lnvltntlons hnve been Issued for the wending of Miss Lell.lnn Mny Wing to Mr. Willis Ksterbrook Smith Tuesday evening. June 28th, nt St. .Tohn's Memorial C'hnreh. Miss Wing hns heen the tencher of French at he Phillips high school In Wntertown tot four yenrs nnd recently resigned to tnke effect when the school term closes. pr. nnd Mrs. Dnvld C. Dow of flrnttlo street, nre gotng to New York next week to nttend the Itoblnsou -Roosevelt wedding In St. .Inmes' Church, Hyde Pnrk, on Snturdny. which will be one of the season's most fnshlonnble events. The Pons nre to spend severnl dnys In or nenr New TnrlC. .Tnck (Twin) Snlllvnn of this city obtained the decision over Andy Wnlsh of Brooklyn nfter IB rounds nf fnst fighting Thursday evening nt St. Louis. Wnlsh received severe punishment nt the hnnds of the Cambridge Ind. nnd on the whole mnde a creditable showing, In the face of the manifest superiority of his opponent.