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THE WEST END WINE AND SPIRITS COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 11 June 1904
THE WEST END WINE AND SPIRITS COMPANY. One of the old landmurks of tlie West Euu Is gone. It wns as well-known to Cambridge and Soniorvllle people as to those of tbe West End. Tbe old building stood 011 tbe corner of Leverett and Lyman streets und for many years was occupied as a grocery-store by Charles Jarvls, a brother of the lute Dr. Jarvls, wbo was as well-known In that section of the city for bis goodness tuid charity ns for bis medical skill. lv tbe middle of the block between Ureeu nnd Lyman streets stood old police station 3, before removing to the present locution on Joy street. Now all Is chnngeil, the old buildings have been torn down, nnd In their place baa been erected a substantial ijre-proof business block owned and occupied by the West End Wlni! and Spirits Company, wholesale an., retail dealers of foreign and domestic wines, file's cordials, etc. On tbe 'ground door on the Immediate corner of Leverett and Lyman streets is 'located the gentlemen's cafe and bar. It I...
MORRIS—KELLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 11 June 1904
MORRIS—KELLEY. Miss Mary Kelley. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. Kelley of Morse street, and Wllllnm Mollis of Mt. Auburn, were united la marring.' by Itev. .1. M. Karrell at the parochial residence' last Wednesday afternoon, the Ceremony taking place at 4 o'clock. Tbe bride wore a beautiful dress of white silk, with Irish point lace trimmings, aim was assisted by her consltt, Miss Annie Kelley, who acted ns bridesmaid, nnd wore a becoming dress of pink silk. The groom was attended by Timothy Hoi-gun of Mt. Auburn as best man. The marriage party were driven from the parochial resilience to the home of the bride's parents. No. 0 Morse street, where illsiut 100 guests attended the reception and wedding supper. The wedding presents filled a Inrge room and composed eviythlng needed In Housekeeping, the gift "f the Sacred Heart T. A. S„ of which society the groom Is an active member, being a beautiful dining room set. The newly married pair will enjoy a trip to New Jersey and Philadelphia an...
J. B. WHORISKY INJURED. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 11 June 1904
J. B. WHORISKY INJURED. John It. Whorisk.v, the representative of tlie Glebe In this city, suffered a severe Injury on the trip of Inspection of the Cambridge water system by the members of tue elty government and the press. While on ihe return trip the party Changed cars In the Newtons for Cambridge, and Ml. Whorlsky was stepping from the running board up Into the ear (which was In motion) when a car going In the opposite direction passed and the back of his head received a severe blow from one of the Oprtgbt stniielons. lie was assisted to n sent, but before Wntertown square was reached he had become unconscious and a doctor wns summoned. After some time he recovered sufficiently to allow of his removal to the residence of James B. Bean, and his family physician attended him. He wns able to be out the next day, but Is still suffering from tbe effects of the severe blow received.
MARKET LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 11 June 1904
MARKET LETTER. Vcttlgrrw. Itrlght k Co. say this week flic activity of Wednesday's market completely flattened out Thursday; It became dull and heavy witn but little business; nevertheless prices held well. Amalgamated bad a decline In the morning, bat recovered later to within an eighth of tue highest for the day. The other stocks acted about the same. There Is little to be said on the situation. Crop report! continue favorable anil the government's report which will be rmbllahed tomorrow Is awaited with a great deal of interest. Money Is easy nnd there have been no gold exports during the week The leading railway stocks have advanced slightly. Hoston "Coppers" hnve shown strength, especially I'tnh, Osceoln and U. S. Mining. New York continues to absorb Itab. The market as a whole looks encouraging for the future. Genernl basinets, while not of great volume is fairly good, with prospects of Improving, depending for the present largely upon the political situation nnd the crop news....
THE GIBSON CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 11 June 1904
THE GIBSON CASE. A case of more than usunl Interest wns before the board of health ou Wednesday evening. In 1003, Mr. Gib son, who was engage! in the milk business, kept a Inrge number of cows on his premises on Willnrd street. He petitioned for U removal of his license, nnd objections were innde by some of hjs neighbors. The case wns heard by the board of health, and Sir. lllbson was given leave to withdraw. He trppealed to Ihe Superior court anil pendIng tbe appeal, the board grunted Mr. lllbson leive to continue the business while the cuse wns before that tribunal, Mr. tiibson died. And Former Chief of Police l.athrop .1. Oloyes was appointed mlmlnlstrntor of his estate, and as such petitioned for a license, and on VTeTTnesilay evening Inst the petition was heard. A large number of witnesses appeared for the petitioner, and after Inking the matter under consideration the board gnve the petitioner lenve to withdraw. Andrew itudv. Barj,, appeared for the petitioner, nnd John A. Rel...
NEW RULES FOR ATHLETES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 11 June 1904
NEW RULES FOR ATHLETES. Hereafter no Harvard athletes wbo have not (Mild their training tnlile bills will he awnnlcil prizes or Inslgtilas. This Is one of the new rules lalil down ]&gt;v the Ilarvnnl nthlellc coninilttce. anil Is still Knottier step tukofi by Harvard's athletic authorities to bring all sports up to n high amateur alnudiiril. The coiuinlttec also lias revised several methods of doing business. Hereafter the crew must raise *:t(KtO each yenr by subscription, nud the track tenm 18800 in n similar manner. Tlie minor sports. Including the freshman organizations, will receive no financial help from the athletic committee except for permanent Improvements. It also has been decided that professional couches shall-tie used for football and truck athletics, which probubly means thut the buseball tenuis Hereafter will have to go without the professional couching which they heretofore buve received. At present $70,000 Is owed ou the stadium, and an effort will be made t...
R. M. T. S. 14-B. E. H. S. 4. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 11 June 1904
R. M. T. S. 14-B. E. H. S. 4. Tbe Itlndge Manual Training school defeated tile Boston English High school- nine -Wednesday afternoon by the mngultlcent score of 14 to 4. Sweeney, Beckett. Parks and MeCrehnu excelling for the Manual Training school. McC'rehan making a record of Aye hits In Aye times nt bat. This completes a series of victories for the 'Manual Training school over Boston English High In all branches of athletics for this yenr. they having won In football, hockey, Indoor meet nnd baseball.
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 11 June 1904
Pettigrcw, Bright &amp; Co. MEMBERS BOSTON STOCK EXCHANGE. BANKERS AND BROKERS Exchange Building, Boston. JOHN PETTIGREW. ELMER H. BRIGHT ■■^^ JAMES T. BAXRETf; General Contractor. . 619 CAMBRIDGE STREET. Estimates Furnished for Every Kind of Work. Telephone Connection. JAMES J. SHEA " J OHN T - SHEA SHEK BROS. Undertakers and Embalmers Warerooms, 9 PEARL STREET Office, 401 Cambridge Street. /JAMES J. SHEA, 75 Fifth Street. Residences . . . \jqhN T. SHEA, 91 Otis Street. Telephone No. uiS-t. Why 60 to Boston 10 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 Uprights, Squares and Organs. Y. M. O. A. PIANO ROOMS, 830 Mass. Aye. Democrats i Republicans-No Partiality Our Usual LOW PRICES To All. WM. Hi WOOD .&amp; CO,, Luint&gt;er Merchants P. O'BRIEN * SON...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 11 June 1904
CUNNINGHAM BROS.,Auctioneers I 671 Mass. Aye , Cambridge. Closing Sale of Cambridge Real Estate. Tlumo will bO sold nt public auction ou the promise! on Siitiirday, June 18th, 1004,' at 4 i/cUick tlie following parcels of real estate, viz.: U3 niul 67 Grlgg street eontilstlng of a frame building with one store nud three apartments, together with 8008 square feet of land. 14:.-, 144 and 140 Putnam avenue, couMinting of a double frnme dwelling, containing four large apartments, and a frame cottage of six rooms, together with 4,310 squarO feet of land. This sale Is culled for the purpose of Closing an estate aud the properties will pass to the highest bidder. Sale positive, no reserve. 9200.00 will be required In cash at the time nnd place of sale, the balance above tht&gt; mortgages to be paid on the presentation of a satisfactory title. Further particulars of the auctioneers. M. DONOVAN, PRACTICAL UPHOLSTERER And Bedding ManufacturerDealer In Brunt* and Iron Iteds, Mattres«ei...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 11 June 1904
A WORD TO THE WISE. Coal prices have been reduced to'the spring basis. Weare 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, Hill Bridge Street, .......... Cast Cambridge. BRANCH OFFICE, HARVARD SQUARE!. SPECIAL SALE OK TRIMMED WALKING HATS 98 Cents Former Value $2.00 and $2.50. These Hats are all liaml-made and arc of Exceptional Value. BENNETT'S Fine Millinery. PRICES REDUCED Order Your Coal Now Pea $5.00 Furnace .... 6.25 Egg 6.50 stove and Nut . 6.75 Franklin .... 8.00 Prompt delivery, and fair treatment by competent and reliable help. Consumers Co-Operative Coal Co. THE YOUNQEST COAL CO. IN CAMBRIDGE .«. _k.,j„. Office: 71 MAIN STKKET, Phone 101 Cambridge ~ Doo „ From Wett Itoaton Transfer Station. SODEN STREET STABLES ULRIC (MdNN, • Manager. 12 Soden Stree...
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 18 June 1904
THE CAMBRIDGE SENTINEL VOL. I. No. 34. &lt;ALLIED PRINTING TRADE COUNCIL BOSTON, MASS.&gt; 81 CAMBRIDGE, MASS., JUNE 18, 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 18, 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.
ANOTHER WATER LOAN Order is Killed by Council [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 18 June 1904
ANOTHER WATER LOAN Order is Killed by Council The W»ter Board Modifies It* Demands to $250,000, but This Fail* of Passage— Dr. Steven* Conli.rmed— w*. A. Dale at Last Made Fireman. When the board of aldermen convened at S.III o'clock, Aldermen CarBtein and Lake were absent. A communication from the mayor relating to the opening of the shower baths in Cambridge field stated that the reason he hud not asked the park commissioners to open the baths was because there had been no money appropriated for this purpose. One from the city electrician asking for $1700 for general expenses and $000 for additional salaries for rebuilding the telephone service in police division. Iteferred to the committee on finance. Warren A. Pale was appointed a permanent member of the tire department and later was confirmed under suspension of the rules; Martin McMahon and Clark D. Wood were appointed weighers of coal, and I'eter Malone, constable. Laid over for one week. Eugene McCarthy was appointed a const...
COMMON COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 18 June 1904
COMMON COUNCIL. At SUS p.' 111., President Steams called the common council to order. All members present except Councilman Monk. A communication from the city electrician, asking for an appropriation of $17iKi to lay a new telephone system in Station 1 and also $i«hi to employ two more men from Aug. Ito the end of the year. Referred to committee 611 finance. The report or the committee on water supply was as follows: That an appropriation of $280,000 be made to build a conduit from Newton street, Watertown, to Fresh pond. Councilman Downey moved that the rules be impended, as he wished to have the matter acted upon. The vote was taken and the motion was lost. The appropriations of $30,000 for the street department and $28,000 for the park department were reported and adopted. Following is the report of the water supply committee, which threw down Councilman Wood's order for an investigation as gently as possible, but still with a thud: The committee on water supply, to which was re...
GEORGE W. MONTGOMERY [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 18 June 1904
GEORGE W. MONTGOMERY The funeral of lleorge W. Montgomery, driver of hose wagon r&gt;. Cambridge lire department, was held at his home. 40 1-2 Baldwin street. Sunday afternoon at 2.30. The service was conducted by Bey. Charles H. Williams, pastor of Wood Memorial church. After the service the remains were escorted by 40 members of tlie lire department In uniform, under Assistant Chief N. W. Bunker, and 70 members of the Knights of Malta. Including Gethsemane commandcry of Everett, of which Mr. Montgomery was a member, and Bed Crass commandcry of Cambridge. The funeral cortege passed down Cambridge street lo Inman square, where the engine and hose companies and apparatus, with which Mr. Montgomery was connected, were drawn up. The hell on the engine house tolled during tlie passage of the procession. The route was through Inman. Harvard. Trowbridge and Mt. Auburn streets. to Brattle square, where the carriages passed through the open ranks. The permanent men of engine and hos...
AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 18 June 1904
AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENTS. Three persons were run over by automobiles in Cambridge last Saturday night, and one of them, John Donovan. 88 years old, who lived on Otis street. East Cambridge, was so badly Injured that he died about an hour afterward at the Cambridge hospital. Mr. Donovan was run down at the Brookline street transfer station, about 11 o'clock. He was attended by a physician, who found a fractufe of the skull, a compound fracture of the right leg and internal Injuries. He was removed to the hospital In a police ambulance and died at 12,80 this morning. He was employed by the Morss &amp; Whyte wire works. The operator of the automobile was Charles G. Dender of Cleveland. 0., who was arrested in Boston after Mr. Donovan's death by Inspector Neilau and Patrolman Neilan of cambridge, and taken to that city, where he is held on a charge of manslaughter, as a matter of form. Haniel .1. Lane of 3 Hancock street. Cambridge, and his daughter Katherine,, aged 10, were Injured...
TRAINING SCHOOL AGAIN WINS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 18 June 1904
TRAINING SCHOOL AGAIN WINS. Rlndge manual training school won again when It defeated Dorchester high, 4 to 3, in the Interscholastlc League game played last Saturday at the Dunbar avenue grounds. Dorchester. It was the second time this season the two teams had met. and incidentally the second victory registered by tlie Cambridge boys, although the llrst went to Dorchester on a protest Beckett pitched a splendid game for tlie winners and held Dorchester down to live hits. Brayley was touched up for seven, and they were well bunched Several bad nilaplaya were made by the Dorchester boys, and they figured i:i the run-getting. In the fourth inning Fish reached first for Dorchester on an error by .Murphy. Sullivan got a pass and Callahan contributed a double to deep left, scoring Fish and Sullivan. Ross brought in Callahan with a single. Rindge started scoring In the fourth When Parks got a single to right. He was nailed at second, but Adams reached first safely. He made third on a field...
DIVISION 20, A. O. H. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 18 June 1904
DIVISION 20, A. O. H. Division 20, A. 0, It., at il regular meeting held at Institute hull. East Cambridge, bn Friday evening. June 111. adopted the following resolutions. Because of certain, exceptions maintained by our reverent pastor. John O'Brien of Sacred Heart church, for alleged violation of tlie parish rules. Whereas. At a recent public inciting ln&gt;lil under tlie auspices of Division 20, A. O. 11.. certain opinions were expressed Unit may lend the public to believe that Division BO was or Intended to participate In Politics, lie It therefore Resolved, that we. tlie memliers of Division 20, regret that politics were introduced at the meeting 111 quesfron. And hereby discountenance the Introduction of politics at any of our meetings, And pledge ourselves not (o allow ol- tolerate such In tlie firtnre. And be It further Resolved: That a copy of tbe above Ik- spread on our records and a copy mailed to the pastor of tlie Sacred Heart Church and a copy sent to tlie Camb...