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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 14 November 1903
"The Wizard of Oz." Which achieved a run of 300 consecutive nights at the Majestic theatre In New York City, testing the capacity of that playhouse with audiences that enthused over the myriad features of the brlllant spec tacle. is the offering announced by Manager Lawrence McCarty as the Chlstmas holiday attraction at the Boston theatre. The tact that the New York organization Intact will be seen in Boston is ample guarantee that the production will in every way be worthy or generous patronage. The characters or the scarecrow and tin woodman, as portrayed by Montgomery aitd Stone, who are the lire or the. piece, are absolutely without prototypes In the annals or American extravaganza. The fun never flags while Montgomery and Stone are on the stage. They are not only comedianor a wholly original type but their experlnesß as grotesque dancers has no parallel In comic opera, extravaganza or vaudeville. Over 100 peopK are enlisted In the production or "The Wizard or Oz." Among the pri...
BOSTON MUSIC HALL. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 14 November 1903
BOSTON MUSIC HALL. The attraction announced to follow "David Harum" at the Boston Music Hall, on Monday afterneon of next week. Is Theodore Kremer's most thrilling melodramatic success, "Wedded and Parted," which has been pronounce- to.be one of the most entertaining offerings this well-known dramatic, author has ever written. It 1b presented under the management of Sullivan, Harris and Woods, under whose direction so many of Mr y Kremer's writings have been produced and they have given the piece a most elaborate mounting. The engagement Is for a Blngle week only with the usual matinees dally, beginning on Monday afternoon.
HUB THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 14 November 1903
HUB THEATRE . Lincoln J. Carter's latest melodramatic treat, "Too Proud to Beg," will be the. attraction at the Hub theatre next week, starting with the matinee on Monday afternoon. This Is said to be one of the moat effective and Interesting of the new plays that have been sent on tlie road this season, and flattering notices have been received wherever the play has been presented. The story Is said to be consistent, Interesting at all Umea and full of strong •motional action, deep heart Interest,
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 14 November 1903
He has removed several incompetent officials, who have long been known to be incompetent, but who have been permitted to remain in office. He has checked the tendency towards extravagance which has been growing in the various departments for some time. He has exercised a careful supervision and scrutiny over the actions of the different . officials, which has had a very wholesome effect; and upon the whole, the commendable features of his administration outweigh, in my mind, the errors of less consequence. SEE THAT RANGE? S It's a QLENWOOD jj g Wt Sill Thim: aMii'iS* You can buy a Kefrigerator IMBBfHaS^^HsSral a Baby Carriage also, of the Ball very, beat HH B&gt; eat prices from BC^^ 8. H. Harrington, ig I 10781079 Cambridge-StrMl.
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 14 November 1903
Election Primaries. a iv Cambridge. Oftlot* of the City Clerk, Nov. 6th. 1908. Tbe vote™ of tbe city of Cambridge, member* of tbe Democratic, Non-Partisan MunMpal and ih" Socialist Parties are hereby notified and warned to assemble at the voting I'Jhc a in their respective wards as designed in an order of the Board of aldermen pas«ed on Nor. Oth, current, on Tuesday, November 24, 1903, then and there to give in their Totes for tbe nomination of t tty officers and members of tbe Ward Committee-hh follows: At Lanza—On* candidate for mayor, eleven candidates lor aldermen, otic candidate for assessor, on** candidate Tor school cornmlttee from each ot Ward* 2, 5, 7 an J 9, and one At Larue: also for, two candidates for tbe Common Council from escb ward, also by tbe voters of the Non-Partisan Municipal and Socialist parties (ot. seven members of the. ward committee from each ward. The polls will he opened at twelve o'clock noon, and will remain open continuously thereafter until nine o'cl...
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 21 November 1903
THE CAMBRIDGE SENTINEL VOL 1. NO. 4. CAMBRIDGE, MASS NOVEMBER 21, 1903. PRICE THREE CENTS THE CAMBRIDGE SENTINEL. A WEEKLY DEMOCRATIC PAPER Published every Saturday at 671 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge, (Boston,) Mass., BY THE SENTINEL PUBLISHING COMP'Y, Petition for entry as second-class matter entered at the Boston Post Office. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1903.
THE ARMORY IS APPROPRIATELY DEDICATED. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 21 November 1903
THE ARMORY IS APPROPRIATELY DEDICATED. Amidst a mass of flags and bunting with palms and ferns galore, with the bright and brilliant costumes of the military and evening dresses of the ladles In attendance what was without doubt the finest and most elaborate social function in the history of Cambridge took place in the new battalion armory Thursday evening of this week, when the new building was dedicated to the uses for which it was erected. A gathering of over 3000 persons were in attendance to participate in the festivities. The vast hall was profusely decorated and in addition to the numerous gas and. -electric light chandeliers, thousands of Incandescent lamps were strung along the arches, while shields made up of electric bulbs adorned the wails. The full Eight Reg't military banddiscoursed sweet music for the occasion and during the evening rendered the following elaborate program: March, "Bight Regiment M. V. M." Reeves Oerture, "William Tell," Rossini Potpourri, "Popular Ai...
"ST. JOHN'S PARISH." [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 21 November 1903
"ST. JOHN'S PARISH." Under a glare of a thousand or more beautiful decorated lights the second reunion of St John's parish was held In Odd Fellows' hall. North Cambridge on Wednesday evening. There were 600 or more couples present, and great credit was due to the Indies' aids who had the affair In charge. After the concert, the grand march was formed. It was led by J. W. Hac"kelt. and wife, nnd following him were J. P. Qullty and wife, M. O'Connor and M. J. Kelleber with ladles and over a hundred couples. While- tne concert was going on up stairs, under the shade of large palms, and American flags, selling around 40 or more tables, a lively game of whist was. proceeding. After the whist most of the people moved to the reception hall, where refreshments were served. The retreshments were In.charge of Mr. J. A. Trenholm, assisted by Mesdames: J. S. Shay, M. Nolan! J. Nolan, J. Mccarty, R. Hennesday, J. O'Conncll, H. Thede, M. Cokley. Among those present were his honor "The Mayor," Sup...
EAGLES WILL CELEBRATE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 21 November 1903
EAGLES WILL CELEBRATE. The Second Anniversary of Cambridge Arle Tomorrow Afternoon and Evening In Prospect Hall by Initiation in the Afternoon and a Banquet In the Evening. What promises to be one of the most elaborate as weill as one of the most enjoyable occasions that Eagledom has ever known in this state, will take place tomorrow when Cambridge Arle No. 145, will Celebrate its second anniversary by initiatlng betwoen 60 and 100 hundred mew members In Knights of Malta hall in the arternoon and a grand banquet in Prospect hall in the evening. At the banquet there will be speakers who will surely entertain the assembled members and guests, for among them will be ex-Benator Thos. Grady of New York, who is wellnamed "the Silver-tongued orator." Congressman William Sulzer, also of New York City, will also be among the speakers, as will also Mayor McNamee. Senator Grady is the president of New York Arle, which Arle entertained the delegates to the national convention, held in that city...
A LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 21 November 1903
A LETTER. Cambridge, Nov. 7, 1903. To the Editor of the Sentinel: 1 would like to °sk the citizens of Cambridge, through your paper, If the ladios ct this city are required to accept Insults from the Republican canvassers. My bell rang today, and as I was near the door at th© time answered It. On opening the door a— well, man—stood there, who asked for the gentleman, who was my predecessor In the flat I occupy. I told him I could not tell him where the person tn question lived, and be replied : "It dees not matter. lam looking for Republican voters." I said we have none here. "Well," he said, "I hope you will vote for Judge Daley this yoar." I did not know why, said I. The only objection I heard about the present mayor was, he Is a Catholic. Now Judge Daley is a Catholic, and we may as well vote for cne Catholic as another. Then this "man" followed with extended remarks about one being liberal and broad-minded. while the other was for class and party, all of which ! did not understa...
DIV. 5, A. O. O. H., Ball. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 21 November 1903
DIV. 5, A. O. O. H., Ball. Tbe 33d annual ball of Dlv. 5. A. O. H., was held in Prospect hall, Wednesday evening, and was a grand success. The hall was a mass ot bunting, in which red, white and green predominated. From 8 to 9 o'clock the Waverley orchestra furnished an excellent concert program. Mayor and Mrs. John H." H. McNamee led the grand march, followed by President William J. Barry and Miss J. O'Toole. Vice-President T. Louis O'Brien and Miss Connolly, Michael Murphy and Miss Kelley, Patrick A. Qulnn and daughter, T. Connors and sister, J. Kenney and daughter, Dennis J. McCarthy and Miss Driscoll, J. Kelly and sister, Richard Splaln, Mlsb M. Rockett, William Young, Miss Snow, T. Glenncn, Miss Alexander, E. Weaver, Miss Kelly, J. Leary, Miss M. Barre, B. Campbell, Miss M. Murphy. The officers of the society are: President, William J. Barry; vicepresident, T. Louis O'Brien; recording secretary,; William P. Lynch financial secretary, Michael F. Murphy; treasurer, Patrick McDerm...
PHOENIX CLUB BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 21 November 1903
PHOENIX CLUB BALL. In Prospect hall Monday evening tht friends and members of the Phoenix Social club, to the number of 200 couples, danced and made merry to the music of Mclnnes' orchestra. The hall was brilliantly decorated with flags and bunting, and the orchestra wan hidden behind a screen of ferns and palms. The committee in charge of the affair included: Charles G. McOlone, floor marshal; John J. McOoldrlck, floor director; Walter H. Hart, assistant; A. Marchant, F. Mack. H. O'Brien C. Caswell, W. H McOlone, F. Kanaly. .1. O'Brien, D. Sampson, F. Moore. C Davis, T. Cooney. G. Ttnsker. R. Jen nlngs, J. McGarrity, J. Mack, H. Lynde, J. Oebellen, J. Roberts. H. White, i. Hanson, G. Heshlon, A. Paige, M. O'Brien. E. Sheehy, aida. Among those present were: Miss Celia Conlon, Miss Christine Kent, Miss Mary McOoldrlck. Mr. Lawrence McOoldrlck, Miss Margaret Grady. Miss Agnes McOoldrlck, Miss May Ahem, Miss Lottie Powers, Mrs. Josephine Roberts, Mr John Roberts, Miss Nellie Powers, Mi...
LABOR RALLY. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 21 November 1903
LABOR RALLY. Institute hall. East Cambridge, was not large enough to hold the Immense crowd cf Cambridge labor men that gathered there last night to hear the speakers from among the delegates to the A. F. of L. convention. Oeorge E. McNeill was chairman. The speakers were Mayor McNamee.. W. McArthur of the Coast Seaman's Journal, San Francisco, Cal.; W. D. Ryan of the Miners' union. Springfield, 111.; W. H. Hank ins. president of the Miners' union of Columbus. O.; Thos McOowan of the Bridge Structural Iron workers of New York: J. D. Swift of Minneapolis, and Rev. Malcolm McNeil of Chicago. Much disappointment was felt at the absence of President John Mitchell, who had been expected, but who had been detained in Boston by urgent business. Mayor McNamee, the first speaker, welcomed the delegates, and said that he had endeavored to unionize the city departments in so far as the law allowed, and that he had also made amicable agreements with many contractors to employ union men and citi...
HIS LAST ROLL-CALL. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 21 November 1903
HIS LAST ROLL-CALL. Daniel 11. Melcher. a member of the first company to leave Cambridge at the outbreak of the civil war. died Tuesday night at the Soldiers' hospital In Chelsea. He had been an Inmate of the hospital but a few hours. Mr. Melcher was horn In Lancaster. N. IL. Sept 18, 18,16. He came to Cambridge when he was hut 18 years of age. and learned tho trade of a carpenter. When President Lincoln called for volunteers at the outbreak of the civil war, Mr. Melcher enrolled himself as a member of Company C. of the :id Massachusetts regiment, which was the first company to leave Cambridge. He saw service In Company A, 38th Massachuselta regiment, and Company IS. Ist 1/Oulßlana Cavalry. He was married and leaves a widow and two daughters. He was a member of post 30, U. A. R.
THE NO-LICENSE OPENING GUN RALLY HELD IN ODD FELLOWS HALL [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 21 November 1903
THE NO-LICENSE OPENING GUN RALLY HELD IN ODD FELLOWS HALL Many Speakers at the Meeting Monday Evening — A Large Audience Present. The opening rally for the 18th year &gt;f no-license In Cambridge was UelJ :i Odd Fellows' ball Monday evening ast. In splto of the storm about 100 people were there. The meeting was presided over by ex-Alderman John H. -Corcoran. Interspersed with the speaking were musical selections by in orchestra. The drug stores were the principal objects attacked by the various speakers, who claimed that unlawful sales were being made by the druggists and that the police might, bt. charged with neglect In the enforcement of the liquor laws. It is contended that a surprisingly large number of Cambridge druggists would not be in business but for tho - aleH of liquor. Una next legislature will be asked to enact more restrictive laws In reference to druggists' licenses, and, also. If possible, to pro vide for some form of Inspection or registration in the Intere...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 21 November 1903
Chief of Poilcc Cunningham when asked nls opinion of the situation said he did not see much to be alarmel at In the abuse of privilege which the druggists of Cambrian are accused of under their licenses to aeli Intoxicating liquor. "I havo a suspicion," said the chief, "that there are drim gists In Cambridge who are selling II riuor illegally, but having no proof of the fHct I am unable to prosecute them. Since I assumed charge of tr&lt;nollce department many complaintF have reached me about Illegal sales o' liquor by druggists, but they have all beer of such a character ss to deprive me of tho very essential which I require In order to prosecute the 'offenders, vis., the testimony of the persons making the complaint Th.&gt; function of the police department is to enforce tbe laws, but before a person can bo brought to Justice wo must have positive proof of their guilt. This the court will not recognize except on the sworn testimony of some responsible person. Au ano...