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Festal Gifts In Spain. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 26 December 1903
Festal Gifts In Spain. It is the custom In Madrid for friends and acquaintances to send presents of bonbons on birthdays, name days and festivals. A large silver tray Is piled wltb sweets of various kinds, with a cake made of eggs In the center. This Is often surmounted with a silk flag or a pretty porcelain figure. Well known people receive as many as fifty of these trays on their birth and name days.
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 26 December 1903
Soma people are so conscientious about loving their enemies that If they haven't any they are perfectly willing to make a few.—Philadelphia Record. Melrose High school hockey team defeated Cambridge llilgh school Wednesday afternoon on Ell pond, Melrose, by a score of 18 to 0. Oapt. Teele, Roynton, Hayden uid excellent work for the Cambridge boys, but the team as a whole lacked practice. Middlesex A. A. bnskat ball team visited Qulncy Wednesday evening and defeated the Qulncy team by a score of 1(1 goals to 3.
LOCAL BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 26 December 1903
LOCAL BREVITIES. Nas' Ryan and James G. Murphy were appointed call men for the tire department, at the meeting of the board of aldermen on Tuesday evening. Rev. Dr. Lyman Abbott of New York conducted the services at Appleton Chapel, Sunday evening last. Dr. Abbott said that the Bible is not a book about religion; it is a book of religion; It is the expression of the religious life of religious men. North Cambridge encampment, I. O. 0. F. will hold its election of officers for the ensuing year on Monday evening, December 28. Mt Slnl lodge will also elect officers near the end of this imonth. The Young Women's Christian association are planning to hold a more elaborate Christmas program than ever before this year. The death rate for the year ending December 22 was exactly the same as the rate for the previous year, namely 1464. Until the last three weeks It was a little above the average, but the last three weeks the rate has been unusually small. The St. John's Literary Institute hel...
HARVARD UNIVERSITY Presents Its Annual Catalogues A Large Increase in the Different Departments. The Facts and Figures Offered. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 26 December 1903
HARVARD UNIVERSITY Presents Its Annual Catalogues A Large Increase in the Different Departments. The Facts and Figures Offered. The annual catalog of Harvard University was Issued Monday last and the book of 770 pages contained much that Is of general Interest about America's largest and oldest university. It shows a total registration of 6718 persons connected with the university In some way. This Includes the pupils In the summer school last season, and the members of Radcliffe college, the girl's college connected with Harvard. In Harvard university proper there are this year 4328, after deducting names that are In the list more than once. Of these 2078 are In the college, 548 in the Lawrence scientific school, 402 in the graduates' school, 62 In the divinity school, 738 In the law school, 383 In the medical school, 115 In the dental school and 32 In the BusThere is a total gain of 451 In the figures covering all persons connected with the university. This gain Is accounted for b...
LITTLE THINGS WORTH REMEMBERING. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 26 December 1903
LITTLE THINGS WORTH REMEMBERING. There Is a great saving In kitchen suplipea, such as starch, soap, matches, etc., If they are bought In quantities. Now is the time to make fruitcake tor the holidays. The longer It Is made bolero It Is to be used the better. Cooked pudding sauces should never be boiled hard nor otlrred violently while cooking. The paper wrappers should be removed from soap as son as It is purchased and the cakes piled In block fashion to permit It to dry. A brass bed usually has a valance hung under the mattress and reaching to the floor. It Is gathered on a cord mid fasteneel at each corner. The spread and holster cover are of the snrae material. A pumpkin will make a pretty centerpiece for a Thanksgiving luncheon. Ottl off about one-thin} from the top, scocp out the centre and fill with fruit. Only vegetables having a thin sauce arc served In small side dishes at dinner, all others being served on the plate with the meat. Horax should be used for washing white Han...
COULD LIFT A TON AND A HALF. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 26 December 1903
COULD LIFT A TON AND A HALF. A Scotchman, said to be the last ot the Stuarts, was possessed with an extraordinary strength, from which circumstance be got the byname of Jemmy Strength. Among other feats, he could carry a 24-pounder cannon and had been known to life a cart load' of hay weighing a ton and a half upon his back. Many a time he took up n Jackass and, carrying It on his shoulders, walked through the tollgate.
BOYHOOD'S CHRISTMAS NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 26 December 1903
BOYHOOD'S CHRISTMAS NIGHT. Rack through the mist of vanished years fond memory wings her way To friends and scenes I knew and loved In childhood's blissful day: To comrades true.who played with 818 around the turf lire bright'— 0 memory: let me live with them again this Christmas night. Oh, let me take my father's hand and press It to my lip! And lay my head' on mother's breast. her honeyed kisses sip! With sisters, brothers, steal from bed to place the candle light In every window, as I did on lioyhood's Christmas night. And dream again of Santa Clans—the things I wished he'd bring, And sleep the sleep of Innocence untouched by sorrow's sting; Wake to behold my hopes n new day dawning bright— A day of Joy as once I did on boyhood's Christmas night. The stranger-land may freely give all things the worldly prl7.e And equal place the I.ord and slave In law and freedom's eyes Rut ah! It rtever can restore the peace and pure delight The exile knew, In native land, on every Christmas nig...
COLONEL HIGGINSON Celebrates His 80th Birthday In a Quiet and Unostentatious Manner— Many Congratulations Received. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 26 December 1903
COLONEL HIGGINSON Celebrates His 80th Birthday In a Quiet and Unostentatious Manner— Many Congratulations Received. On Tuesday last Col. Thomas Wentworth Higgtoson celebrated the eighthloth anniversary of his birth In ah Informal way at his residence, No. 20 Buckingham street, and the anniversary found the distinguished gentleman as cheerful as a schoolboy and In remarkably good health. This truly remarkable and highly respected citizen, who says that be is especially grateful for two things— that he Is not rich and that he has bad the health and habits to earn an honest living by literature—enjoyed his birthday very quietly at his home on Buckingham street, Cambridge. Col. and Mrs. Higgtoson received Informally, and many neighbors called to extend congratulations. A notice on the door warned callers that Miss Hlgginson had' a slight attack of meas- les, but this did not deter anybody Trom entering. Col. Hlgglnson said that he was enjoying very good health, and there was hardly anyt...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 26 December 1903
LAWYERS. Telephone HVM Main. DIETRICH, DUNCAN &amp; WOLCOTT Attorneys at Law, no STATE ST., Rooms 803-804 BOSTON, MASS. Evening Office, 671 riassachusette Avenue, Cambridge. FRANCIS P. CURRANT Lawyer, 30 Pemberton Square, Boston, Mass. Law (Mines, 20 Pemberton Bquaretaoaton. Vim llayuiurkot. Residence, 'Hotel Majestic, Cambridge, bw-S Cambridge. X*&gt;' Telephone, 2433-4 Main ARTHUR L. FARRELL. Attorney and Counsellor-at-Law, 23 Court Street, Rooms no add ISil BOSTON, - . . MABB . Residence: 172 Spring St., East Cambhidoi. JAHES B. VALLELY, Counsellor-at-Law. Brlggs Building, . . . Rooms 62-43, 293 Washington Street, Boston. Tel., Main, as, Residence, 30 Amory St., Cambrldgeport JOHN J. SCOTT, COUNSBLLOR • HT • LHW 610 Pemberton Building, Pemberton Square, . . Boston. Residence, 2 Leonard Avenue. Telephone, Haymarket 2236. James D. Rill &amp; William J. Greene Attorneys and Counsellors-at-Law. LYCEUM HUILDINO, HARVARD SQUARE William J. Greene, Ball Commission...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 26 December 1903
. LEBAL NOTICE, OOMMONWBAXrTH OF MASSACHUSETTS, Middlesex, as. probate COURT. To the helri-at-law, next ot kin, creditors, and all other persons interested in the estate ot JOHN OABILL, lata of Cambridge, in said County, deceased, intestate. Whereas, a petition has bean presented to said Court to grant a letter of administration on the estate of said deceased to MARY T. CARILIj, of Cambridge, In the County ot Middlesex, without giving a surety on her bond. You are hereby cited to appear at a Probate Court to be held at Cambridge, in said County of Middlesex, on the fifth day of January, A. D. 1901, at nine O'clock In the forenoon, to show cause If any you have, why the same should not be granted. And the petitioner -is hereby directed to give public notice thereof, by publishing this citation once in each week, for three successive weeks, In the Cambridge Sen. tlnel, a newspaper published In Cambridge, the last publication to be one day, at least, before said Court. Witness, CHARLES...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 26 December 1903
j. lio Mcdonald &amp; co. House Painting, Graining, Paper Hanging, Glazing, Interior Decorating. OFFICE,... 22 ELIOT STREET. Tel. Cambridge 544-2. Shop, 22 Church St W. 11. Holt's Old Stand. CHHS, KTKINS Sc CO. PAPER HAMERS, WHITENIM. KALSOMIKMB, TINTINB, WHITEWASHIHB. Exterior and Interior Decorating. Wall Piper Mouldings, Painting, Bluing, to. 27-29 Prospeot Street, CAMBRIDGCPORT. tar-Near Central Bq. Tel. TIM Cambridge, H. J. SHAW, Successor to Miller &amp; Shaw, Manufacturer of Portable Steam Hoisting Engines, Hammers, NipprM, etc., for File Driving; Bolts, Trusses, and other Iron Work foi Bridges and Buildings. MACHINERY FOR HOISTING ICE, Hydraulic Presses and General' Machinery, Special attention paid to Machine and Automobile Repairing. Cor. Sixth Street and Broadway, Cambrldgeport, Mass. -r-E. J. DUNPHY, Dealer In Watches. Clocks, Diamonds, Jewelry, Silverware, Optical Goods. Special attention given to Fine Watch, Clock and Jewelry Repairing. Kyes Tested and ...
MARRIAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 26 December 1903
MARRIAGES. WILE—HANLON.—Deo. 18, by Rev. William W. Shaw, Harry Wile of this city and Ethel Hanlon of Chelsea. JIoGOVERN-MURPHTf.-Dec. 18, by .. B*v. Thomas F. McOsjrthy, Patrick X VV. McGovern of Boston and Margaret Agnes Murphy of this city, 8E1,1,-BTINSO,N.—Dec. 22, by Rev. Henry A. Parker, Henry C. Bell and Estetla May Stlnson both ot this city. MILI.BB-CHBOKKTTB.-Def. 10, by U Rev. Charles F. Johansson, Axel D. Miller Qf Boston and Florence E. Checketts of this city.
DEATHS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 26 December 1903
DEATHS. i HAKRIH.—Dec. 10, at 247 Lake View avenue. Herbert li. Harlrs, age 24 yeure 1 months. A.MU.lN.—Dcc.'lfl, at a; I'utnam avenue. Bridget A. Anglln, age 24 yearn 2 months. EON.—Dec. 18, at 18 Harvey street, Mary Eon, age 50 years. MINXAITGU—Dec. 18. at 80 Warren street, Bridget V. Mlnnaugh, age 43 years. BEINEY—Dec. II), at 440 Jlassachusetts avenue, Grace Seine.v. age 00 years. COLLINS—Dec. 17 at 73 Bristol street. Cornelius Oollns, age 20 years. ■-_~ FUOII.K—Doc. 10, at 32 Fifth street, Conretta Fuctle, age 1 year 0 months. BILVA,—Dec. 18, at 8»a Second street, Zalmadia silva, age 3 years, 11 months. BURNS— Dec 20, at Holy Ghost Hospital, Margaret Burns, age 24 years. I) months. BOWEN.—Dec. 10, lit 175 Cha. j street, Bernard J. Bowen. nge 03 years, 3 months. DWYEIt.-Dec. 21, at 5 Carlisle street, l.ernanetta Dwyer, age 3 days. PAUL—Dec. ID, at 33 avenue, Martha V. I'ntil, age 5.S years, 0 months. SWANSON, Jr.—Dec. 21, at 88 School street, Charles A. Swiinson, Jr., nge 4 mont...
BUILDING PERMITS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 26 December 1903
BUILDING PERMITS. 10872. .lohn Flannery. owner, rear 111 Webster avenue: I'eter Dukelow builder. Ward 4, carriage shop. 108T8. W. It. Acheron, owner, Park avenue: 11. 11. Hawkins, builder, Ward 11. dwelling-house. HW74. Herbert X. Kiiwin. owner, 1," Chauncey: Wm. .1. Itady, builder, Ward 11, stable. 10876. Andrew I'olson, owner and builder. Sl2 Creen street. Ward 7. alterations. Henry Creen has transferred to ;lopiah (Jrossman a parcel on Mt. Auburn street. Camhriilere, consisting of a frame hoiud, and lot* of bind with* an area of lldi feet. i A property on Hubbard avenue. Tamurldße. comprising n frame bouse anil lot of land containing 8/188 feet, has ireen transferred by Iterthram X. I.ovejoy to. Kdlth .Melvin. Bates conveys to .lohn It. ".Vliinior a tfif'of 1.-md containing 8000 ' feet, situated on Iteeeh street. Cambridge. • Thomas .1. Klllsoh transfers to Mary Doran n parcel on "Prospect streei. Cambridge, consisting of a frame ' house and lot of land with an area of ' l.liiil-...
VISITORS TO LAKEWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 26 December 1903
VISITORS TO LAKEWOOD. Itecalllnir the epigram of oliicn days, when all roads led lo Home. 0 similar thought might easily bt applied to Lakewnod as a point of rendezvous for the world's celebrities and men and women of murk In various walks of life. In the relative location of a subiirh for two j;rcnt cosmopolitan cities, It Is a matter of course that at one time or another during the season the passing throng In Uikewood should include the most highly honored representatives of public and private life. From season lo season the list of such visitors would be an Interesting one, Including what may be termed "the home guard" of those, who have chosen I.nkewood a* a winter boms. Tho cottage list, of tho plnce carries the names of students and workers: people whose -accomplishments have been notable In the world, nnd whose Interest In their surroundings guarantees continued Improvement. And when the casual visitors to Lakewood are considered the list might stretch out Indefinitely. In t...
CITY GOVERNMENT [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 26 December 1903
CITY GOVERNMENT The board of aldermen were kept busy clearing up the flies of the various committees Monday evening. No important business was transacted. The meeting was called to order at 8.115 with President Good In the chair. ■All the members being present. COMMUNICATIONS. The Mayor sent In the appointment of John H. Ho.vster em a constable with power, and John J. Koley, Uiclan S. Cabot, Jotui- Oarmichael, William Hv. Porter, Thomas V. Kiley and John J. Roach as constables without power. Patrick 'Manning as a weigher of coal. James G. Murphy and Kail Kyan as call men in the lire department. The Mayor's veto of the pension of James Cunningham was not sustained. James Jefferson of Engine 1, was granted a pension of $1) a month, on the ground of disability. Alderman Barry Introduced an order which was adopted. That the city sell to 0. II. McKee a lot of land on Walden street, containing 1G,W square feet of land for the sum of $1,800. Also on order for the paving of luman square wit...
COMMON COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 26 December 1903
COMMON COUNCIL. The meeting wns called lo oriler by I'lesident Clark. J!*!' A huge gist of reports um&gt; various committees was received.rtjP" l " ie a '" dctmunie iri3|Cct the volume of business "was;JstrS&gt;largc that towiiniK the/end .'Meeting Ires. Clark called.Mr. Howjiejtio the chair. A coinnninication wns ifi:elved from tho mayor transmitting th?*annnal report of Charles Hadcatk. inspector of meat nnd provlalnnjnji; It was voted to have the report prjrrtii) in the annual cii.y nvoyds". * • ~■ *K^f The comßfjge ofSiWdepartinenf repirlcl th:ij|§jir to Inby ten nddlli:ii'»l®S;i» Hie re The |"fr hl ■■" appointed win! the Boston Ele- , vnted railway in reference lo a change In the terminal at l-wiist 'Cambridge sub-, way route from Scoilny sq. to Adams B&lt;i.. reported that It was not feasible to make the change. • The photograph committee, consisting of Messrs. Stephens. Klmore nnd Qllinn, were requested lo arrange to have them taken immediately" after ...
ON FILE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 26 December 1903
ON FILE. Tho charge of breaking and entering against J. S. Heardon. the dry goods dealer who was caught leaving .1. (!. Bird's drug store, was placed on 1110 Tuesday at the recommendation or Asst. Dlit, Attorney Hugh Bancroft Mr. Heardon was represented by Lawyer James F. Aylward. who laid particular stress upon an injury to his head received by Mr. Heardon at (he time of the subway explosion at the corner of Tremont and Boylston streets n few years ago.