Elephind.com contains 27,818 items from Cambridge Sentinel
, samples of which are listed below. All items
from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire
collection of 3,057 newspaper titles in Elephind.com
THE PRISONERS ENTERTAINED. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 28 November 1903
THE PRISONERS ENTERTAINED. A unique minstrel performance was given in the Bast Cambridge house of correction yesterday morning, taking the place of the usual entertainment furniahed by outside talent The circle included twelve of the inmate*. Fred Bean, an officer, acted aa Interlocutor, and John B. Wboriskey, of the Boston Globe, waa musical director. On the ends Messrs. Mulvarhin and O'Callahan, Blssonet and Flanders acted aa jesters, and their jokes kept the 200 or more prisoners In the audience ƒ— excellent humor for an hour and a half. "Stay ƒ— Tour Own Backyard" waa sung by Mr. Tracy, and "Just Kiss Yourself Goodby" by Mr. Mulvarhlll. Mr. Mallahan followed, singing "TesBle," and Mr. Carter sang "Any Rags," "Down in the City of Sighs and Tears" waa rung by Mr. Graham, and Mr. Blssonet's number was "Bedells." "Tbe Song That I Hear In My Dreams" waa sung by Mr. William*, the chorus being sung by a quartet consisting of Messrs. William*, Tracy, Mulvarhlll and Winn. Every number wa...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 28 November 1903
CIAS. E DAVIS, - - Optician EYES J k PEE EXAMINED II NECESSARY aa_to_iiH_B_—■__*■«■—_**__*S DAVIS METHOD _&gt; . , ! NOW AT ; - I 3.7 Boylston Street 1 Plight 'Elevator Democrats __i Republicans—No Partiality Our Usual LOW PRICES To All. I WMi Hi WOOD &amp; CO., Lumber Merchants Why Go to Boston to Buy a Piano? When I can save you from io 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. V, M. C. A. PIANO ROOMS, 830 Mass. Art. TiteshoM, CinMdge 751-4 Rnltann, 216 Norfolk Stmt JAMES F. MULLEN, FUNERAL AND FURNIBHING UNDERTAKER 116 HAMPSHIRE STREET. p. j. &amp; n. a KiLEY Builders oftarriages and Wagons* MANUFACTURERS OF VVagons and' Heavy Teams. _.i____g Painting, Promptly Attended To" Telephone Connection 205-211 Tremont Street, -.- - Somerville JAMES T. BARREH, Gene...
THE WOMAN OF TODAY. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 28 November 1903
THE WOMAN OF TODAY. The average man's Judgment about th* average woman la generally a correct Judgment The average man of thla twentieth century doea not want th* woman of today, or tomorrow ' changed from th* woman of yesterday. As a true woman ia today and aa ah* Pbeen In th* past, so man would a her in the future He doe* not h for th* evolution ot the new type motherhood that substitutes th* formulated resolutions of a mothers' &lt;lOtlgT**B for th* old-time Instincts of ••lf-devotion tenderness and neverfailini love. He doe* not yearn for a new type of wifehood, for he dot* not wish th* sort of wit* who would be • specie* Of domeatio comet, * dissolving vlow, or even a person he could borrow money ot He rather wlshee on* who ƒ— the •pod old way will have no interest*. apart from him and who will help him to make the— Interests broad** and farther reaching. — Harry Thunton Peck ƒ— the Houiewlfe.
YOUR GREATEST WEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 28 November 1903
YOUR GREATEST WEALTH. The greatest wealth you can ever gat will be ƒ— yourself. Take your burden* and troubles and losses and wrong*, if com* they mutt and will,' knowing that God ha* girded you for better thing* than these. Oh, to live ont such a life as God appoint*—how great a thing it is. Baggie—Does th* race-suicide question worry th* far west? Bad BUl—Naw, th* cigarette era** hain't struck us yet Why are moat of our police fore* Ilk* • rainbow? • Because they show up after * storm Is orsr.
LOCAL BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 28 November 1903
LOCAL BREVITIES. Th* newly organise* McNamee olub ƒ— ward **v*n hal'organiasd with th* following officers: President Samuel F. McArthur; vice-president Austin A. OToole; secretary. Joseph Shallow, and treasurer. Jeremiah 0. Good. Already the olub haa a membership of nearly 100 members and Is growing rapidly. Subscribe for the SENTINEL and get all the news. Cambridge Aerie, No. 185, F. O. 8., will hold Ita annual ball some time In January. Harvard fought nobly, but the luck of "Old Ell" did not forsake th* wearera of the blue. State Committeeman John F. O'Brien haa recovered from his recent Illness and bis smiling countenance Is again aeen about the city. The voting list is by hundreds the largest ƒ— the history ot the city. Registration closed on Wednesday evening, and no more registration will be held until next fall. At tbe annual meeting of the Clark Social and Cycle Club, held Saturday evening, the following officers were elected for the ensuing year: A. F. Saw.yer, president; A...
C. G. A. MINSTREL SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 28 November 1903
C. G. A. MINSTREL SHOW. Aquinas Hall waa tilled to the doors Thanksgiving evening on tho occasion of the annual minstrel and vaudeville show of the Cambridgeport Gymnasium association. «^ Th* opening act presented to th* audience the full chorus seated on the stag*. The bones were David 3. O'Connor, Charles P. Kelley, Annie F. Mahoney, and Gertrude A. Hoar; the tamboes were John a Haverty, John L. McCarthy, Helen M. Oogan and Anna T. Cox. Joseph P. Brassil wa* th* Interlocutor. _ During the choru*_&amp;y prominent politicians and buttM L m *n ware brought into tbe jove, waica wsrs well received by th* large audience. The program waa a* follow*: Part On*: Opening ohorue, Cambridgeport Gymnaarum Mlnetrels; "Dinah Jones," Charles P. Kelley; "Sammy," Gertrude A. Hoar; "Th* Humming Ooon." John I* McCarthy; "Queen of th* Earth," Jama* H. Battlgan; "Pomona," John O. Haverty; "When a Girl is seventeen," Tbe Bads; "Creole Lullaby," Helen M. Oogan; "King of the Main," James M. O'Brien...
TWO ARRERTED. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 28 November 1903
TWO ARRERTED. The Recent Many Petty Thefts ƒ— the Dormitories In the City are tald at the Door ot the Two Prisoners. There have been a great many petty thefts committed recently in the students' rooms at various dormitories and also ƒ— private houses ƒ— this city, and the frequency with which these occurred ha* been a source of great annoyance to the police. On Thanksgiving Day Special Officers Deehan and Hurley arrested Herbert H. Smith, 24 year* old, and James Murphy, 18, at 60 Dover street, Boston, on suspicion of having been connected with these thefts. They were turned over to the Cambridge officers and locked up In station 2. Both claim to have come to Boston from New York. Murphy has bean hare 18 days, while Smith haa been here much longer. Th* latter la an Bngllshman and landed ƒ— the United States last March. In the old country he was a jockey. Ftor the past four or five week* several breaks, which have been kept quiet by the police, have occurred In th* student dormitories...
NEW BANK BUILDING IN CAMBRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 28 November 1903
NEW BANK BUILDING IN CAMBRIDGE. i The stockholders of th* OambridgaP*rt Savings Bank hare voted to ac- oapt the plana for a new structure which have been presented by the investment committee. Th* present Masonic building, where the tank quarters are now located, will ta raised aad a new sandstone building will ta built on th* site. It will probably cost above 1100,000. It will contain handsome and spacious quarters and of--ces. Work upon the new building will begin about April 1, 1904.
STEEL PLANT AT EAST CAMBRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 28 November 1903
STEEL PLANT AT EAST CAMBRIDGE. Land baa been cleared and excavations are being made at Beat Cambridge for tne Builders' Iron 4 Steel company's plant, to be erected at First and Thorndlke streets, near tbe Somerville line. The buildings will be three ƒ— number, one to be 60 by 90 feet, constructed of brick and stone; another, 80 by 30 feet, and a third 60 by 80 feet A Cambridge firm haa the contract for the work of construction.
BUILDING PERMITS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 28 November 1903
BUILDING PERMITS. 10336—Clarence T. Dooley, owner and builder, 32 Market street, Ward 4, stable. 10886—Charles Linnehan. owner and builder, 42 Bridge stgeet, alterations. Through the office of Bdward T. Harrington &amp; Co., and on private terms, Mrs. Laura B. Barrett of Concord has sold her property numbered' 87, 41, 48, 62, 64, 66, 68 and 70 Orescent avenue and 88 to 44 Pleasant street, containing about 84,000 square feet of land, with the buildings thereon, which contain 23 -apartments. The purchaser buys for Investment and will make extensive Improvements. The assessed valuation.ls $20,200. W7 H. Quinn, the real estate dealer, has just completed the foundation for a single house on Rlndge terrace, 26 Rlndge avenue, and Is going ahead with the building, which will be two and one-half stories high, colonial style, of nine rooms, with all improvements. It will be ready for occupancy about Feb. 1. Luther Blaikio, the well-known real estate operator of the Lyceum building, Is...
DEATHS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 28 November 1903
DEATHS. CHAPMAN—Nov. 18, at 6G Garden street, Jane Ohapman, aged 88 yeara 8 months. TAYLOR—Nov. 17, at 189 Cherry street, Henry D. Taylor, aged 42 years 8 months. FLYNN—Nov. 18, at 11 Marcella street, Michael F. Flynn, aged 60 years. VIANO-Nov. 16, at SOS Cambridge street, Angelo Vlano, aged 61 years. HALL—Nov. IT, at 60 Reservoir street, Walter R. Hall, of 227 Broadway, aged 1 year 8 months. MURPHY—Nov. 17, at 90 Banks street, Annie Murphy, aged 40 years. STAR RETT—Nov. 18, at 7 Harveland street, Susan B. Starrett, aged 64 years 10 months 21 days. COO It— Nov. 16, at 80 Magee street, Era H. Coor, aged 89 years 7 months 6 days. OANAGHAN-Nov. 18, at 74 Spring street, Eugene P. Oanaghan, aged 11 months. BROWN—Nov. 18, at 18 Harding street, Mary Ellen Brown, aged 8 month*.
WOMEN RARELY STUTTER. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 28 November 1903
WOMEN RARELY STUTTER. Have you ever known a woman that stammered? Th* fact that the proportion of thee* afflicted with stammering or (tattering 1* 100 men to on* woman ia on* of th* moat curious thing* ƒ— th* science of pathology. Even the specialist* In nervous diseases seem utterly at a loae to account for it So eminent an authority aa Dr. Shrady, th* editor of th* Medical Record, says that in all hla experience he baa known only one woman that stammered. Asked how he accounted for the Immunity of th* fhlr sex from this affliction, a* replied: "It certainly 1* a atronge thing. Stammering la an epileptic affection of the organ* ot speech, and th* victim Is usually a person of a high-strung, excitable temperament At the last analysis th* cause lies ƒ— th* mindthat Is, th* stammerer stammers because he fear* he will stammer and thus make himself ridiculous. Now, women are much more prone than men to nervous disorders, and this make* their immunity from stammering all th* mors remarka...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 28 November 1903
Cambridge Democracy Demands: ss ■ t$ - Ail hon«ftt butiness administration always under the contrW of the people; economy In all municipal expenditures; equalization of taxation that all may share the burden alike; faithful attention to duttso by alt city officials; eight hours work for all city employees. 1.1 «in co. No. IS Central Street, Boston. T*l. Mala 1099. New Telephone' Number 1265-3 CAMBRIDCE J. FRANK FACEY ~ Printer 36.Prospect St., Cambridgeport Telephone Connection. G. W. LINDSAY Caterer Ved-inga, Partita, Balls; ttc.,-_iv»_ spe_l attention. Orders by Mall Promptly Attended to. TS g-lao-l J*., Cirtrldfmrl. J. H. H. McNAMEE CO. Bookbinders H. E. McNamee W. E, Toner We bind all kinds of printed matter, also old books in any style binding 26a Brattle Street, Old _pir-gel GEO. E7FRANCIS, Successor to J. X. FABYAN, "-STABLES 41 Ellery Street, Cambridge, Near Harvard Street. Hick and Boarding Stable. Alio, a first-class Ambulance service at all hours of the day and night Tele...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 28 November 1903
LAWYBRS. T«l**hon« IWT-i Mala, DIETRICK, OUNCAN &amp; WOUHTT, - Attorneys at Law, no STATE ST., Room* 803-804 BOSTON, MASS. Bvonlag Office, 671 riMMchuMtU Avomm, Cambridge. JATIBS B. VALLELY, Counsellor-at-Law, Brlggs Building, . . . Booms 6si-», 293 Washington Street, Boa ton. Tel., Msln. m, Residence, 90 Amory St., Cambridgeport. J. JOSEPH FOLEY, Attdrney-at-law, Boom 8, Chronicle Building-, STS Massachusetts Avenue, ' Cambridge, Mass. Tel. InV-l Cambridge. JAS. F. AYLWARD, Counsellor-at-Law,; Room 347 Tremont Building, 78 Tremont St., Bolton, slass. Kvenlng Offlce, . . 671 Msssschusetts Avenue Cambridgeport. Beeldence, 143 Prospeot St., Cambridgeport. Tel.. IM6-8 Haymarket. JOHN E. HANNIQAN, Attorney and Counsellor-at-Law Barristers* Hall, Pemberton Square. JOHN J. SCOTT, COUNSBLLOF? . HT • URJuE 610 Pemberton Building, Pemberton Square, . . Boston. Residence, 2 Leonard Avenue. Telephone, Haymarket 2236. JOHN A. KELLEHER, Attorney and Counsellor-at-Caw Room 345. j3 ' Tele...
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 5 December 1903
THE CAMBRIDGE SENTINEL VOL. I. No. 6. &lt;ALLIED PRINTING TRADE COUNCIL BOSTON, MASS.&gt; 81 CAMBRIDGE, MASS, DECEMBER, 5, 1903. PRICE THREE CENTS. The Cambridge Sentinel. A WEEKLY DEMOCRATIC PAPER Published every Saturday at 671 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge, (Bos ton,) Mass., BY THE SENTINEL PUBLISHING COMP'Y, SUBSCRIPTION, $1.00 PER YEAR Petition for entry as second-class matter entered at the Boston Post SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1903.
Many Rallies, Much Enthusiasm At Monster Meetings Held All Over The City. Crowded Halls Greet the Democratic Speakers and Many Turned Away—Non-partisans on the Defensive. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 5 December 1903
Many Rallies, Much Enthusiasm At Monster Meetings Held All Over The City. Crowded Halls Greet the Democratic Speakers and Many Turned Away—Non-partisans on the Defensive. The Democrats have held large and enthusiastic rallies every evening during the present week. On Monday the Ward Seven Democratic ' Olub had its rooms crowded with Democrats, who cheered for the candidates end applauded the good points made by the speakers. Samuel F. McArthur presided. : On Tuesday evening, besides the monster meeting which was held in Institute -lull, rallies were held In the Observatory Hill olub rooms, on Huron avenue, and also at tbe Ward Bight Democratic club rooms, on Bank street. Nicholas F. Burke presided at the former place, and John J. Daly was tbe chairman of tbe evening at tbe latter. On Wednesday evening there was a rally at Mt. Auburn, in Corcoran's store, on Belmont Peter J. Kenney presided. At the Ward Bight Democratic Club, on Baldwin street, Patrick F. Tivlin, president of the clu...
OPENING RALLY. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 5 December 1903
OPENING RALLY. The opening Democratic rally of the campaign was held In Institute hall, Bait Cambridge on Tuesday evening. The hall was crowded to the doors, and many were turned away. The speakers,who were received' with much enthusiasm, were Mayor McNamee, exAlderman A. J. Rady, Representatives James F. Aylward and Deltrick, the Rev. J. Henry Duckrey, Francis P. Curran, John T. Hart, candidate for the board of aldermen; Simon Alexander, William Hogan, candidate for the common council; and Alderman James T. Barrett. Representative Harry F. Lehan presided. "We meet here tonight to fire the first gun In this campaign and to ratify the Democratic ticket, a* nominated at the recent caucus," were the words used by Representative Lehan in opening the rally. The first speaker was Ex-Alderman Rady. Mr. Rady attacked Library hall association, now known a* tbe Good Government league, and ridiculed the questions which it propounded to ■ candidates for office without asking how the candidate s...
"YLANG YLANG" [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 5 December 1903
"YLANG YLANG" "Ylang Ylang" was played to crowded houses Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday evenings by the members of the Newtowne Club in their hall. ' The entire show was well staged and Ed Howlett gave out so much magnetism as conductor of the orchestra that there was scarcely a hitch. Never has Cambridge seen such an attractive show with its cake walks, love songs, coon songs, and all the rest. Dancing follows each performance every night this week. Those who had charge of the affair were: Chairman, Harry J. Tafft; treasurer, Geo. W. Bunion: secretary, Samuel F. Shannon; tickets. Frank E. Conant Frank B. Crockett; music, Clarence A. Wheeler; program, Clarence A. Wheeler, Samuel F. Shannon, Daniel F. Fit*; publicity, Daniel F. Fitz; scenery and properties, Alexander C. Jenkins; costumes and wigs, Chas. O. Skinner. Advertising: Samuel F. Shannon, chairman; Daniel F. Fits, Wm. D. Dyer, Chester R. Jennings, Stanley Jennlson, E. L B. Tuttle, Krnnk E. Conant, Albert T. Guthelm, ...