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BATHING HOURS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 2 July 1904
BATHING HOURS. The bathing hours nt Cupula's Island nre ns follows: July 'J, 2.80 p.m. 10.80 a.m. —7 p.m. July B, 3.:« p.m. 11 n.m.—7.3" Pin. July 4. 4.if p.m. 12 m.—8.80 p.m. .1 uiv B, 8.08 pin. 1-H p.m. July 6, S.BB p.m. 2-I'l p.m. July 7. 11.43 p.m.; 9-10.30 il.til.: 2.3H- H&gt; p.m. July 8. 7.3S pin. !&gt;-l'».: T 0 n.m.; -80—10 p.m. July 9, 5.27 p.m. 9 n.m.—Mm.l 4-U&gt; p.m. July in. 8.80 n.m. a a.m.—l p.m; S—IP p.m. J"l&gt;' U. 9.48 n.in. '.) n.m.-2 p.m.; B—lo p.m.
WING-SMITH. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 2 July 1904
WING-SMITH. Miss Lillian Wing, a teacher In the Watertown high school, and Willis Smith, n well-known Boston business man. .both living in Cambridge, were marriad by Rev. Geo. Bodges at the st. John Memorial Obapel, Brattle street, Tuesday evening. Norman Haywaril was best man and Miss Kil--Ith' Wilishlp, maid of honor. Misses M. McCurily and Stockweli of Water, town; were bridesmaids, Messrs. T. It. RoWdll nnd 1.. M. Simpson were ushers. The bride was given away by R. G. Hilling, principal of the local high ichool. After a short trip Mr. ami Mrs. Smith will live In"Medford.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 2 July 1904
AUGUST J7. 180DON'T FORGET THE DEMOCRATIC Field day at chari.es RIVER PARK. AUGUST J7. i«) 4. E. P. GRIFFIN HORSESHOER 2500 MASSACHUSETTS AYE. NORTH CAMBRIDCE, MASS. Special Attention given to Lame, Overreacting and Interfering Horses. Quick work and satisfaction Guaranteed. Tslsphons 963-9 Cambridge. H. J. SHAW, Sucoeinor to Miller &amp; slmw, Manufacturer of Portable Steam Hoisting Engines, Hammers, Nippi-\ etc., for rile Driving) Holts, Trusses, nnd other Iron Work foi Bridges and Ilulldings. MACHINERY FOR KOISTIN6 ICE, Hydraulic I'resses and Others] Machinery. Special attention paid to Machine and Automobile Repairing. Cor. Sixth Street and Broadway, Cambridgeport, Mass. RAYMOND PLACES MORTOAOES
Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 2 July 1904
LAWYERS. ALBIN L. RICHARDS, 31 MILK ST., BOBTON CENTRAL BLOB, CENTRAL SQUARE, CAMBRIDCE. Telephone 190741 Main. DIETRICK, DUNCAN &amp; WOLCOTT Attorneys at Law, no STATE ST., Rooms 803-804 BOSTON, MASS. Evening Office, 671 riaisachusetts Avenue, Cambridge. FRANCIS P. CTORANT - Lawyer, jo Pemberton Square, Boston, Maw. Law Offices, a 1 Painberton Square, Boston. 1387 Haymarket. Besldenoe, Hotel Majestic, Cambridge, ztm Cambridge. Telephone, 2433-* Main ARTHUR L. FARRELt, Attorney and Counsellor-at-Law, 23 Court Street, Booms 2-.11 aud 221 BOSTON, - . . MA , B . Residence: 172 Spring St., East Cambiudob. JANES B. VALLELY, Counsellor-at-Law. Briggs Building, . . . Rooms 52-15, 2P3 Washington Street, Boston. Tel., Main, 129, Residence, 30 Amory Bt., Cambridgeport. JOHN J. SCOTT, COUNSBLLOR • XT • I_7*Ao_ 610 Pemberton Building, Pemberton Square, . . Boston. Residence, 2 Leonard Avenue. Telephone, Haymarket 2230. J. JOSEPH FOLEY, Attorney-at-Law, Ruoiii H, Chronicle Bonding, 873 ...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 2 July 1904
BOSTON ELEVATED RAILWAY CO. Time Table of Cambridge Division. Subject to Change' Without Notice. Arlington ck.nthk TO ADAMH sq.(vlu Ileaeou 81.) 4..10, 5.1T A. M., 15 and 20 nilu. to 11.20 1\ M. Night service (to Adams Ki|., via Harvard «&lt;i.i 11.37 P. M„ 12.07, 12,:i7, 1.07, l.:) 7. _.:IT. 3.H7, 4.42 A. 11. Sunday- ilr Arlington Heights), 7.02 A. M., 2u nml 80 mln. tu 111.". P. M. AIII.I.MJTIIN B_lol_CB TO Bt.'nWAY--5,01 A. 11., 5, X. 1.-, and 20 mill, to 11.2S (11.80 tv Adams Sq.) p. 11, Suuday-fl.oi, 0.31 A. M.. ID am] 15 mill, to 11.20 (11.30 to Adams Sn.) 1". M. HAKVAItI) SIJ. (BAST CAUBBIDOB) TO CITY POINT-O.Sfi . . M.. ». II) aad ?0 mln. to 11.311 P. M. Niindny-7.24 A. 11, and \&gt;. 15 anil 20 mill, to 11.30 I. M. HARVARD HQ. TO SUBWAY, VIA HItOAUWAY-o.l* A. M., 30 mill, to 11.12 I. U. Sunday—B.l« a. 11., 30 mln. to 11.18 P. M. IIBNKY ST. (CAUBBIDOEPORT), TO MASSACHUSETTS AVE.-d.4S A. M.. Sunflay—Srlft A. U„ 12 mill, to 11.48 P. M.. 12 MT. AUBURN TO SO. STA...
LOCAL BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 2 July 1904
LOCAL BREVITIES. TlnTi' wns v large attendance In the vestry of the North uvenue Congregational Cburch, North Cambridge, last Monday evening, tho oecuMlmi liclng an entertainnit'iii and Htiawbt-rry lestlviil given under the uiuplceu of the Buudtiy Mfhool connected with tin.' church. An excellent entertaluuieut wati given and wan highly enjoyed by all tlinNf prSSODt Th program Included |&gt;liino nolo, Miss Uuth McKee, with drum accompaniment, winging hy Dorothy, Hlldreth, Thoruton and Kenneth Foster, recitations hy Miss Uraee Fruier and Helen Foster, solos by Thornton Foster, and smlus by Miss May Hubbard, accompanied by Miss Edith Wales. After the entertainuieiit refreshments were served. The affair was both a nodal and tlnauclal success. Sheriff Falrhalrn was one of the officials at the couiuieuceineut exercises of llarvard In Sanders theatre Wednesday. In the early days of the college there w_&gt;re. no police men to preserve *_rder on 4i&gt;i him **&a...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 2 July 1904
tmm JCOAL AND Wj WOOD. ■j a_IJ-4 ■(■ BEMERAL OFFICES and WHARVES: _T_R_&gt;vA Ji 167 Mils Smsl.Ciißbtldgs BRANCH OFFICES. Cahiihiiiiik MrPfsWllSSkX. 1830 Massachusetts Avenue. Boston _C—_——__b. Harvard Sq , 1124 Mass. 1-7 Cambridge Avenue, Central Sq. Street ESTABLISHED 1878. TELEPHONES! 978, 604-3 COLEMAN BROTHERS, —DEALERS IN--Bssfltyi A H b WO OP. OKFICKB: WHARVES: 450 MASSACHUSETTS AYE., CAMBRIDGEPORT. FIRST ST., EAST CAMBRIDGE. 70 BREEN STREET, BOSTON. ... 91 BROADWAY, CAMBRIDGEPORT. Anthracite and Bituminous Coal. CAMBRIDGEPORT, ■ - ■ MASS. | Cambridge Ice Co. | Cottage Psrß Avenue, North Cambridge. | I Maker of Men's Garments At Moderate Prices. FRANK A. PEARSON,. No. 9 CORNHELL - - - BOSTON. JAMES F. MULLEN, FUNERAL AND FURNISHING UNDERTAKER 116 HAMPSHIRE STREET. SODEN STREET STABLES ULRIC OAONN, • Manager. 12 Soden Street, Telephone 339-4 Cambridge. Formerly Bartletfi Stable. . ; -'bis Stable, Is now under N.w New Horiti, Hacks tad CtrrlMftta, m i Carriages furnishe...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 2 July 1904
ARAM Portrait Co. 160 Tremont St., Boston 1 A " ,un (,|JADK p-ATiisro l QOZ* PHOTOGRAPHS _&gt; en for the small prire of - - - '-'♦-•v With this order we present you with one lnrge BfOmtgt-ph of most benutidil I'ffoct. Size 111 14. COflE AND 9EB OUR PICTURES. J. H. H. McNAMEE, President and Treasurer LOST. Fox Terrier Dog, tan and white, 8 months old. Liberal reward by returning to 30 Irving street.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 2 July 1904
[. B. JAMES LUMBER CO. No. le Central Street, Boston. Tsl. Main 1099. J. CUSHINC _ CO., WHOLESALE AND UEI AIL DCALEBS IN Hay, Straw, Grain and Flour ' BECLKAJIKU OATS A BfUCIAXTV. AOF.NTB TUB PILLSBURYS BEST FLOUR. Lowest Cash PrICS. Prompt Delivery. foot of Regent St., No. Cambridge, Mass. TELEPHONE: 103 CABBBIDOS. Here is the Place Where you can buy any kind of Students' Cast-off Clothing Of every description/pan ts, suits snd overcoat-). Mouey to Loss on diamond-, watches, Jewelry of any kind, clothing, etc. MAX KEEZER, 3 Bow St.. Quincy Sq. For PHONOGRAPHS, RECORDS, AND SUPPLIES GO TO Edward H. McDuffee TIRE REPAIRER AND VULCANIZES 17 PKOBPECT STREET, Central Square. S. PICONI, Dealer In j Choice Fruit, Confectioneries, Cigars and Tobacco, 1383 Cambridge Street. Earl Gray Coombs ...Pharmacist... 1093 Cambridge Street CAMBRIDGE, MASS. ~E. J. DUNPHY, Dealer In Watches.Clocks, Diamonds, Jewelry, Silverware, Optical (loods. Special attention given to Fine Watch, Clock and Jewelry Re...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 2 July 1904
A Model Wine House. ATTENTION is called to our facilities for supplying family trade with ths choicest goods at tlie lowest prices. We are wholesale and retail dealers ƒ— imported and domestic goods, and our stock is unexcelled. The bar and 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. Mall orders will receive prompt attention Orders of II 00 or more delivered free within ten miles of Boston. Orders of *3 00 or more sent 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 IB LEVERETT STREET, BOSTON. JAMES BARRETT, General Contractor. 619 CAMBRIDGE STREET. Estimates Furnished for Every Kind of Work. Telephone Connection. JAMES jTSHEA ~~~ JOHN T. SHEA SHE 7. BROS. Undertakers and Embalmers Wsreroomi, 9 PEARL STREET Offlca, 407 Cambridge Street. /JAMES J. SHEA, 75 Fi...
CITY GOVERNMENT [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 2 July 1904
CITY GOVERNMENT Tlie principal In crest in tbe city government meeting tnl* week »vi tbe desire of Councilman Bmlthers to "Investigate" tbe water question before voting on It. and tbe effort to get tbe $2000 transferred from tbe park to tbe police department. Tbe board of aldermen met at S.JO. Frederick Crook was appointed and confirmed a welgber of coal. Tbe mayor returned without b'.s approval the license for tbe merry-go-round to George L. J&gt;ymau ut tbe corner of Malu and Osborne street, as it "tended to corrupt public morals." The vote was Bto 4 for passing over mayor's veto, but as this was not two-thirds the veto stands. Aldermau lllodgett offered an order for the appropriation of $150,000 for a bridge loan for the building of Cambridge bridge, to run 40 years, the interest not to exceed _ per cent. Tbe order was adopted under suspension of tbe rules. The oHler Increasing tue salary of the city messenger from $1000 to $I_SOO was passed in concurrence. Tbe committee ...
COMMON COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 2 July 1904
COMMON COUNCIL. i ■.tiim■liniMii Waleott was elected president pro tern of the eoinmon council on the 9eco_.il liallot Tuesday evening, the first ballot Wing P. for Wnlcott nnd 0 for Wood: nnd on the second ballot the vote wns 10 to 0, 1 '"iinellmrii Mni'low nnd Xolllgnn being iilisi'iit, hut the former enme In ln&gt;fore the second bailor. The chnnglng of the hulldfng ordinance wns the first business tHken up. Councilman Cronln fought hard ngnlnst the change nnd Councllmnu Giles wns Its champion. The matter was finally tabled. The order from the board transferring |3000 from the park department to tho police department enused considerable acrimonious debate. Councilman Monk stated emphatically that he would never give his Vote to take money from the poor people who enjoyed the parks and give It to pay political debts. Councilman Klmore endeavored to explain, but mnde n bad mess of It. and Councilman IHnnn said he had understood from a number of the finance committee that to...
NORTH CAMBRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 2 July 1904
NORTH CAMBRIDGE. While In swimming at the Cnmbridge ledge a week ago Saturday. Kdwunl .Martin, aged 14 of Itrookford street, was drowned within reach of his playmates, who were too terrified to render him any notstnnce. As soon as they recovered themselves and realized what hud liuppened they spread the alarm. Immediately Joseph C. (In Ilngher of Newbury street began the quest for the body nnd nfler n senrc.i of upwnrds of an hour wns successful In his heroic work. Frnnk Sulllvnn of Middlesex street, who wns bnilly burned some time since has been dlschnrged from the hospital. Ills many friends extend their sympathy for his mil' hap. J lid McCrehnns form In the It. M. T. S. Soniervllle High gnrne a week ago was very noticeable nnd worthy of grent commendation. One man was henrd to remark, "That tall fellow plnys superb ball for n .minor tongue team; he'll be a comer yet." '•I&gt;o you belong to the Tit Club?' " In the question henrd most around Sherldnn square. Five little gi...
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 2 July 1904
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE. Illy ..f I'limlilldtto. June 28. II*M. Frederick l&gt;. Iliirhn'm of the Ann of rroii a. Blflrlna A Co. hni petltlotied for ji license of tin' sixth elriss for the ule of lnlo\lentlnc lliittors for medicinal, meehenlon) nml clicmtcitl pnrpofes. Nt No. ll'-T Massachusetts BYonnCi In tlie room on th" first fIOOT of tlio promises contliritQUl to tlie street. Stook to be storeil In room In renr of store ami connected therewith nml I. liasomcnt connected with ItlfSi By order of the Hoard of Alde.'tni n. KliWAllti ,1. lIIIAXIIUX. Illy Clerk.