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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 25 June 1904
A Model Wine House. ATTENTION Is called to our facilities fur supiilyiug family trade with the ohoiceat goods at the lowest prices. We are wholesale and retail dealers Id imported aud domestic goods, ami our stock is unexcelled. "The bar aud bottled goods departments are entirely separate, each are connected with a Ladies' and Gentlemen's Cafe, where a well selected bill of fare is provided. Mail orders wlllreaake prompt attention Orders of II 00 or mote delivered free within ten mllejof Boston, Orders of »;! 00 or more scut express free to any part of New England. Send for price list. Satisfaction guaranteed Call us up on nearest 'phone. West End Wine &amp; Spirits Company 15 and 19 LEVERETT STREET, BOSTON. JAMES T. BARRETT, General Contractor. 619 CAMBRIDCE STREET. Estimates Furnished for Every Kind of Work. Telephone Connection. JAMES J. SHEA JOHN T. SHEA SHBH BROS. Undertakers and Embalmers Wareroomi, 9 PEARL STREET Offlee, 407 Cambridge Street. _ J JAMES J. SHEA, 75 Fif...
NORTH CAMBRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 25 June 1904
NORTH CAMBRIDGE. items for till* column call be left with W. A. Pu_.au, 10 Cluy .meet. out' of tue special feature* of the Kills school _riidtintlun exercises un Thursday U*. Was tbe stfllgttlg i&gt;t "Teuderbuds" by 11 double quintet plowed from tbe graduates. Thaw are Mary O'Connor,. Mary O'Connell, Lauru Musse, GreU'Ueu Caritelu, Urate tilHot. lament MiiHse, Fen tun Turner, itoyal .Suitweil. Join, ltreen and Jlarold Wright. Tbe Columbia* accompanied oy a large, body of routers, went to l.ynn a week.ago today and defeated the Uigblaud A. A. Hall Team In an eleven Inning very closely contested gam* by tbe score of 11 to 0. The Bom to ii Book Binders defeated a team from tbe Educational Press on Kludge Field by a ICor* of 8 to 0, Arseneaux and Italy played well for the winners, while Blink, for tbe loners, excelled by his baserunning. A hydrant hns been Installed on Uollls street. Thin new Improvement to the street would hnve been nn urgent necessity In case of fire. All the...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 25 June 1904
Pcttigrew, Biiglit &amp; Co. MWBKKS BOSTON STOCK EXCHANGE. BANKERS AND BROKERS Exchange Building, Boston. . i JOH» PETTIGKSW. ELMER H. BRIGHT i FOR GOODNESS SAKE DRINK PHENIX I statement ol iGI vS I WHITMAN, MASS., May M, JWS PHENIX NKRVK BEVERAGE CO. BOSTON. MASS. Gentleman: Having surlered for over a year and a half In conseqnence of a SHOCK to my nerrous system, and although I could get srounit. It affected my NERVES and I memory to s considerable degree. Mr. Hike of the FHENIX Nerve Bevei-ge Company ADVISED me to use PHENIX when 111 his olltce last November. 'TWAS GOOD I did so, and have followed It since with most H.U'PY RESULTS. Can sleep first-rate, myapiwtite is good again, and I feel like a YOUNGER man. I wish snvone troubled as 1 have been, with poor digestion, sleepless nights, and that HORROR, disordered Nerves, may And in PHENIX the friend it has proved to me. I worked too mnoh. far too much, on my nerves for years, and this sttock was the direct outcome of it. ...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 25 June 1904
JAMES GRANT &amp; CO Formerly GRANT &amp; MANN, 827 Massachusetts Avenue. CABINET MAKERS Upbolitereri aod Istcrior Decoritori. Telephone urm *.. MARTIN A. FEELEY, House and Fresco Painter 704 Massachusetts Aye., Csmbrldjeport. Residence, M WesUrn Aye. | Personal Attention divan to All Orders. J. H. H. McNAMEE CO. Bookbinders H. E. MeNamee W. E. Tone. We bind all kinds of printed matter, also old books in any style binding. 26a Brattle Strait, Old Cambridge. Reycroft Pharmacies Mass. Avenue, Cor. Brookline Street, Mass. Avenue, Cor. Porter Road. CAMBRIDGE, MASS. GEORGE DOUGLASS, Slate, Tin, Copper &amp; Gravel Roofing Melal Cesascters, Ostlers aa« Oallets, 366 Proipsct Str»»t, Car. nsapsslre St. CAMBRIDQEPORT, MASS. TKLEI'HONE. Olden left a. above, or by mail, for all kind, ol Jobbins. will be prompdy attended 10. JOHN KENNEDY, Whitening. Whitewaatlif aid KalsonlilalPLASTERER AND STUCCO WORKER. I 10 ft 12 PROVINCE COURT. . Tel. 4115-4 Mill. BOSTON* MASS. Jobbi...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 25 June 1904
A WORD TO THE WISE. Coal prices have been reduced to tbe spring basis. We are receiving daily fresh mined coal of tbe best quality, and are prepared to fill orders promptly. If you have never traded with us, give us a trial. Weknow we can please you. METROPOLITAN COAL CO., ' GENERAL OFFICES, 30 CONGRESS ST., - - - BOSTON. CAMBRIDCE OFFICE AND WHARF, Hill Bridge atreet, Kast Cambridge. BRANCH OFFICE, HARVARD SQUARE. SPECIAL SALE OK TRIMMED WALKING HATS 98 Cents Former Value $2.00 and $2.50. These Hats are al) hand-made and are of Exceptional Value. BE,NNETT\S 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 Cp-Operative Coal Co. THE YOUNOEST COAL CO. IN CAMBRIDGE .„.,._.„•..„ Office: 71 MAIN STHKKT, Phone 101 t smbrlilge „ | )oor . From We»t Boston Transfer Station. TONIC, CIDER.CINCER T D BYRNE ALE, LEMON SODA, J* D * D V I...
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 2 July 1904
THE CAMBRIDGE SENTINEL VOL. I. No. 36. &lt;ALLIED PRINTING TRADE COUNCIL BOSTON, MASS.&gt; 81 CAMBRIDGE, MASS., JULY 2, 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, JULY 2, 1904.
ST. PETER'S LAWN PARTY A Very Successful Affair. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 2 July 1904
ST. PETER'S LAW N PARTY A Very Successful Affair. Rev. Fr. Chldwick Delivers an Address. The Grounds Thronged with Hundreds oi Persons, Tho lawn party conducted by the parishioners of st. Peter's wa* held on the ground* of the parochial residence nt tlie corner of Buckingham street nnd Concord avenue on Saturday afternoon, nnd Monday evening, The storm on Saturday evening necessitated the adjournment of the affair till Monday evening. The feature of the occasion on Saturday wns the address by Rev. Fr. Chidwlck, formerly chnplnln on U. S. battleship Mnlue. He took for his subject the "Philippine Friars." After giving a general outline of the work Of missionaries all over the world, he took up the subject of the missionary In the Philippines. In a scholarly nud eloquent manner he refuted the vurl- . ous repoits which have become current In this country regarding the commercialism of the frlnrs in the Philippines nud proved to the satisfaction of his hearers all the civilization which ...
FOURTH OF JULY SPORTS. The Program of Events. A List of the Entries in the Various Competitions. What Different Sections Will Enjoy. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 2 July 1904
FOURTH OF JULY SPORTS. The Program of Events. A List of the Entries in the Various Competitions. What Different Sections Will Enjoy. The program for the celebration of the Fourth of July follows: Captain's Island, foot of Magazine street—Bnsebnil game at Ip. m. Trize valued nt !f2.*&gt;. Vmplre. Thomas Conrlck. Baud concert nnd fireworks nt 8 p. m. Music by Cambridge City Bund. March, . "Uncle Sammy;" Overture. •'Poet and Peasant;" Walt*, "Skaters;" baritone solo, Mr. E. L. Sands; twostep, "Officers of the Day;" popular potpourri, "Swnuee River;" "American Fnutnsin:" two-step, "Glenwood;" piccolo sol&gt;. Mr. F. W. Stevens; (ni rMnzurka. "La Czarine;" (bi flunle, "Crisis March." C. N. Fhelps, director; H. C. Hackett, manager. Fireworks by Masten &amp; Wells. Rlndge Field, Rlndge avenue, North Cambridge—Baseball game at 1 p. m. Prize valued at 838. Umpire, William H. Coplthorne. Baud concert nnd tireworks at Bp. m. Music by Cnmbridge Cndet Hand. Mnrch, "New Co...
KELLY-ST. JOHN. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 2 July 1904
KELLY-ST. JOHN. Francis It. Kelly of this city and Miss E. Maud St. John of Somerville were married Wednesday afternoon in Sit. Joseph's church. Somerville. by Rev. Albert C. Muliln. The best man was M.' A. Baron of Boston and Miss Ktta St. John, a sister of the lirblc. w«« bridesmaid. The bride's dress was of point d'esprlt white lace, and she carried a bouquet ot lilies of the. valley The bridesmaid wns attired In bratltll net over blue silk. After the ceremony n reception was held nt 783 Cambridge street.
DONOVAN—CONLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 2 July 1904
DONOVAN—CONLEY. The marriage of Miss Annie E. Conley, formerly stenographer In the office of the city clerk, and Dr. John M. Donovan of Dorchester, was solemnized Wednesday afternoon, at 8 o'clock, at St. Peter's rectory, by Itev. Fr. I,awrence J. Glynn. Miss Mary R. McOlnnls of Belmont, was bridesmaid. Dr. Stephen A. Bergen of Worcester, wai best man.
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 2 July 1904
It seemed n little tough Hint President pro teni Wnlcott should hnve to lecture the members of the common council on Tuesday evening nnd state that the tin-owing of peanuts nbout the room did not make so much noise ns cracking thenl, but together these tended to crente confusion, and he wished! the members would desist. Several of the members did so—they had consumed their share of the peanuts. But Wnlcott became real mad several times and his voice wns very shnrp fts he called the members to order. There wns nu effort on the part of several of the Non-pnrllsnns to create a "rough-house," nnd It wns midnight before the Kindergarten adjourned. The genial Alderman Carstein held quite an Informal reception in the corridor nnd anti-room of City hall on Tuesday evening, on his return from the Chicago convention. His desk wns adorned with a large bouquet of flowers, the gift of ids fellow-mem-bers. Many of the city officials were given details of the trip and the "Honest Hans'' was kept b...
CHARGED WITH LARCENY. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 2 July 1904
CHARGED WITH LARCENY. The case of ATtbur J. Casey, charged with larceny form Rose Mal- lon on Hurlburt street last Snturdny night nt 10.30, came up in tlie district court before Judge Almy Wednesday morning. Casey wns held In $500 for tlie arand Jury. Miss Mnllou testified that she wns walking with a Miss Chandler and her sister-in-law, Mrs. Sarah Million, through Hurlburt street nt 10.30, and her bag and nn umbrella were snatched from her linnd by a man, who then ran away. She said that tbe prisoner answered the description of I' assailant, but she could not positively Identify him. Miss Chandler, the next witness, was positive in her identification of the prisoner. Cnpr. John F. Murray testified thnt he- went to Casey's house nfter receiving word of the larceny nnd wns told by Mrs. Casey thnt her son was not In. He left Patrolmen Hill nnd Walsh to watch the house nnd went to Miss Mnllon's. On the way back he met Casey In custody of the two policemen. Went back to Miss Million's an...
CAMBRIDGE KNIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 2 July 1904
CAMBRIDGE KNIGHTS. Cambridge Commandry, X. T. celebrated St. John's day last Friday week by going to Natlck. The commandry formed in front of Odd Fellows hall, from there three special cars were taken to Newton, via Harvard square They had the first corps of cailets band which played selections on the way. At Newton a special train was taken to Natlck. When they arrived there marched to headquarters and formed with six other commandry's who came from Filchburg, Hudson. Hyde Park. Natlck, N'ewtonville, Milford and this city. There were about lm In line. They went tQ Framlngham where a tent had been erected and hail a banquet; Lieut, (iovernor Curtis GUlId and Marshall L. Ferin spoke; selections were given by the Harvard quartette. Natlck was prettily decorated and it wns a general holiday for the whole town. The commanders arrived In Cambridge about 8.80 P. M.
MARKET LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 2 July 1904
MARKET LETTER. The approaching holidays and the. Interest In the Democratic convention hnve caused commission business to come to n standstill for the time being. The volume of business for the week hns been smaller thnn for some time; but prices nave held firm and are fractionally higher nt today's closing than they were a week ago. The general opinion seems to be thnt barring unfavorable developments nt the coming convention, prices will advance still further. Crops in tlie West ami South are Improving day by day under the most favorable conditions, and It will be no surprise if tills year's harvest proves to be the most iMiuntiful this country bns had lor a long lime. Report* on general business show steady improvement. Apparently there are DO large stocks on hand nnd ouoe the political policy of the country is more clearly defined buying will commence with greatei nfldeuce. Money Is easy in spile of the fact that the July disbursements will reach nearly $130,000,000. The liond i...
SUPERINTENDENT COGGSWELL Is Honored by Fellow Citizens [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 2 July 1904
SUPERINTENDENT COGGSWELL Is Honored by Fellow Citizens His Picture Presented to thcCity and He b Presented with Elaborate Hall Clock on Monday Evening. There w«M .'&gt;&lt;lo Indies nnd gentlemen who gathered In the Lutlu school building on Monday evening to commemorate the fifty yours of service of Superintendent of Schools Francis Coggswell. President William Taggard riper of the Cnmbridge school board presided nnd In n brief address of welcome presented Gcncrni Wllllum A. Bancroft, who presented the works of nit nnd the oil painting of tbe superintendent to the oily. The works of art consisted of 'West Front of Notre Dame, Paris." "Sistlne Madonna," "St. Peter's, Rome," "Capitol at Wusblngton," "Niagara Kalis." These nre to be hung respectively In the Lntiu school, the English high school, the Rlndge manual training ichool, the Putnam school nud the Wellington school. Mayor Duly accepted the gifts. President Eliot of Harvard presented a beautiful hafl clock to the...
PROM EAST CAMBRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 2 July 1904
PROM EAST CAMBRIDGE. Senator Patrick ii. McCarren, who is struggling to maintain himself at the new Democratic boss o. Rrooklyn, Is a nntlve of East Cambridge, where he was born a little more than a half century ngo. He Is probably the only Massachusetts man who hns gained such distinction In New York. Ills rise to political fame has been rapid. When Ross McLaughlin balked at following ƒ— the trail oi Tammany last fall. McCarren stepped up and wrested the leadership from the sage of Wlllougbby street, but he Is now the foe of the Tammany organization. Not long ago 1000 of the big and little politicians of greater New York gave Senator McCarren a complimentary banquet In his home borough, at- which Mayor George R. MeCleilan was the most prominent guest. Senator McCnrren's praises were sung loud and long by me speakers, and a bright and prosperous political future was predicted for him. It Is more than 40 years ago that the MeCarrens removed from East Cambridge and took up their resid...
PELLETTIER-McGLINCHY. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 2 July 1904
PELLETTIER-McGLINCHY. Mlss Kllznboth Annsinslu XicGllniiiy. daughter of Sir, nnd Mrs. ,\niiiow Miiiiincii.v, nod Dr. Alfred Oeorgp IVllotlor of Wlndiondnn were married ni st. Panl's clnlreh, Mt. .\ulnirii street, Cambridge Wednesday morning, Rev, John .1. itynn performed the I'l'i'oninny. The iifidi" wore white ntonsseltne do solo nml tnllo voll omialit with orange Blossoms and carried n large honmtet of white pinks. Miss Blanche roiioiioi'. sister of the groom, was bridesmaid, Bhe wore pale bine silk and carried bins sweet pens, Qnstnve Pelletler, brother of tlio groom, was best mgn. The ceremony wns followed by n small reception nt the home of tlio bride's mother, 0 Athens street, Cambridge. The bride wns educated in tlio Ofunbridire public schools nnd nt the Latin school Bnlshed the tiveyonrs' ooiirso In three yours. Sho wns n member of tne class of '00, Radcllffs. ami wns irniiliinli'il with the highest honors, rot tent years she tnnelit (Trench nml Ooininn In tlio Wlnchenilon b...