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ALDERMAN BELL. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 2 January 1904
ALDERMAN BELL. Mr. Bell retire* from public life after an experience of several years at city ball. He has been extremely faithful to the behests of the party leaders notwithstanding tbe Non-partisan doe- y, trine* which he professes to believe ir that city 1* to be considered before n party. Personally he 1* a pleasant rs man and we believe he ha* made many n friend* whose good wishes will follow g him into retirement. te PRESIDENT GOOD. *• Mr. Good 1* considered one of the i- luckiest men who have run for pubd He office In this city. With the excep&gt;t Hon of his disappointment in securing 1- the nomination for the Senate at the 'd last election, he has been successful r* In every contest which he entered durw ing the years of his public life. He 18 served some years in the common is council and five years In the board d of aldermen. Succeeding Mr. Coveney IS ns President last March he concludes It his career as a public official with the &gt;' singular satisfacti...
1903-4. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 2 January 1904
1903-4. j The year Just closed bus been one which will pass Into history ns fraught r with as many Important events as any t within the memory of man now living. , f In the social, political and religious , j world things have happened which will , leave their Impress on the history of , • the country. , i About this time last year, the female | f population of Cambridge and vicinity , was wrought to fever heat, owing to , the depredations of some unknown person commonly called the "slugger." . The arrest of deorge Perry, a colored . youth, on Feb. 13th last, and his death from typhoid fever in the East Cam- ( bridge jail a few weeks later, served . • as a great relief, although the problem f has never been solved ns to whether or , not be was the person who was guilty . of so ninny heinous offenses against ' society. Cambridge contributed but one J \ other chapter to the history of crime ] - of a serious nature In the past year. It j , was an indirect contribution, inasmuch - as It...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 2 January 1904
The machine's throw-down of Alderman Carstein for a man like Coveney has caused universal disgust in Nonpartisan ranks, and is an exhibition of ingratitude and unappreclatlon of honest worth not often seen In this city. Mr. Carstein has been a good 'public servant; he has been a loyal Nou-partlsau when Coveney was abusing and bullyragging them, both men and women. That he should feel sore and disappointed at his treatment Is not strange. That bis many friends should feel cliagrined and resentful Is but natural. But this Is Non-partisan-ship. It Is a thing conceived in cowardice, operated in deception and hypocrisy, and Its victimß must be found wherever its exigency places them. 1,1 respects nothing that stands In Its way, no matter how good the claim on its favor may be, nor shuns nothing, no matter how base, if it serves its purpose. Coveney says that if they had tbe editor of the SENTINEL In East Cambridge they would throw him In the sewer. Well, Coveney has spent his life in Eas...
LOCAL BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 2 January 1904
LOCAL BREVITIES. It is an ill wind that does not benellt somebody. As a consequence of the belligerent attitude of the countries of the East the tanners In this country are reaping their harvest. Among those who are benefiting by the rumors of war in the Orient are Muller Bros., the well-known tanners of North Cambridge. For the past few months they have been working overtime on account of the rtißh of orders. Mrs. Arey, who lives at the corner of Massachusetts avenue and Cottage l*ark avenue, and who was taken to the diphtheria hospital about a week ago suffering with diphtheria, was discharged as cured on Tuesday last. Her son was also sick with the disease in a mild form, was treated at home and Is now convalescent. Edward P. (Jriffin, the well known horsc-shoer of North Cambridge did a rushing business Monday last, over 02 horses being shod nt his establishment that day. This breaks all records ever made by Mr. Orlffln since he bss been in business. The fall of snow caused the n...
THE MOCK SESSION Of the Board of Aldermen. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 2 January 1904
THE MOCK SESSION Of the Board of Aldermen. It was after the regular meeting of the board of aldermen on Tuesday evening that the Democratic members of the huard took possession and the lvii of a "mock session" commenced. With considerable dignify, Alderman Barrett, carrying the city messenger* jiuiu-c, escorted Alderman Harrington to the chair. „ Alderman dood was the first person recognized by tbe new president, and be facetiously remarked that it had come to his ears that Alderinaii Harrington was charged by up less a person than Registrar of Voters Bleller with being In sympathy with v Republican, and therefore with the Non-par-tisans, for tbe registrar bad told him he had served on the McCall congressional committee with the alderman from Ward 3 some years ago. It caused considerable laughter from all present when tbe genial aldermnn explained that he bad been there, but had returned to tbe Democratic party, "wh&gt;re be belonged," years ago. Alderman Doherly, whom the p...
WILL THEY BUILD? [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 2 January 1904
WILL THEY BUILD? The question of a Masonic Temple for the different Masonic bodies In the City of Cambridge now seems (o be nearer ' an assured fact than for some years bast, For a long time the member* of , these different bodies have talked the matter over more or less Informally, : but nothing definite has ever been brought out as to the quarters which they have occupied, although really outgrown, were still available. For some years the Masonic bodies with the ex- ■ eeptlou of Charity lodge, of North Cambridge, have met in a building stilted to their purposes in Central square. This structure.ls now owned by the Cainbrldgeport Savings Bank, which contemplates the demolition of the present structure and the erection of a new , building which will be a great improvement architecturally over the old one. . Recently the Imnk submitted a proposition to the Masonic bodies, having in mind the proposed lifting up of quarters for iliimii in the new building. The six organizations of whic...
DRAW MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 2 January 1904
DRAW MATCH. Mike (I'wini Sullivan of this city and Jack Blackburn of Philadelphia fulfilled expectations in their meeting at the Chelsea A. C. last night and furnished a close and Interesting bout for the entire 15 rounds that they boxed. At the conclusion the referee called It a draw, but It appeared to be the concensus of opinion tnat Sullivan was entitled In the award. The liout all through was replete with clevei leads and counters, with Sullivan doing the major portion of the forcing. As a whole. It was as Interesting a contest between lightweights as has been seen In this vicinity for many moults. Sullivan was greatly handicapped In weight, but he nevertheless kept after the clever colored boy from the beginning to the end. At the very beginning Sullivan set the pace, doing all the forcing, and Blackburn had to he content with landing a left coffnter to the face and Dody. The twin jabbed his left to the face and crossed his right beautifully to the jaw. Ills short Jolts to the...
TUBE WORKERS DANCE At Their Second Annual Ball. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 2 January 1904
TUBE WORKERS DANCE At Their Second Annual Ball. Mayor McNamee and Hosts' of Others Their Guests at This Very Pleasant Function, All of those who attended the second annual ball of the Tube Workers Local No. 5, which Is made up of the employees of the American Tube Works, just across the lino in Somerville, were iiramniGiii. in th« opinion that lh.event was one long to be remembered by all who participated. The affa'r was held in I'nlon hall, Somerville, and the large hall was" crowdeo oy the members of the union and their wives, daughters and friends. As a great many of the members live In this city there were almost as many from Cambridge present as from Som-" ervllle. Mayor McNamee of this city led the grand march, was held in Union Hall, Somerville Following Is a list of the committees to whose Indefatigable efforts the success of the occasion is due: Floor director, Jeremiah J. Donovan: assistant ttoor director. M. Mullaney; floor marshal, M. Donovan; assistant, P. J. Ahearn; ch...
FOUND IN MORGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 2 January 1904
FOUND IN MORGUE. Michael Mnrtln, living at 848 Cambridge street, was run over and Killed by a heavy wagon at the corner of Kndicott nnd Hanover streets. Boston, Monday evening. The police could find nothing about his person to furnish any clue ns to where he belonged so tbe body was removed to the North drove street morgue. In the meanwhile his wife was waiting anxiously at home for his relurii, ns was also his two children. She visited all the hospitals and could find no clue us to his and finally as a lust resort tried the morgue. When she discovered the remains of her husband she nearly colluoscd.
JUNIOR AND JUNIOR 2D. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 2 January 1904
JUNIOR AND JUNIOR 2D. Both the basketball teams belonging to the Y. M. C. A. were victorious Friday evening at Melrose; the first team won over Melrose Y. M. C. A. by a score of 14 to 12 and the second team by a score of 22 to 6. Dartmouth Reserves defeated ttihe Y. M. C. A. team at the letter's gymnasium last evening by a score of 11 goals to 8. At the Boston Y. M. C. A. the *econe team of the C. Y. M. C. A. was de feated by a score of 27 goal* to 17.
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 2 January 1904
Clan I-lndsey, O. S. C, will Install the following officers Wednesday evening. Chief, Joseph Monahan; tan Ist. Alexander. McDoud; recording secretary, Hobort Steele; financial secretary, .lame* McLean; treasurer. John Thompson. Timothy Collin*, an uncle of Aldermnn Michael 11. Klynn, passed away nt hi* late residence, No. UN Second street, South Boston, on Monday last. Mr. Collins was a well known and respected resident of South Boston, having lived there practically all his life. The funeral was held Wednesday. High Mass of requiem being, celebrated at Ht. Peter and Paul's Church, South Boston, at 0 o'clock. The Interment wa* In New Doreheeter cemetery. The various societies connected with the church, ss well as the Horseshoer's union, of which Mr. Collin* wa* a were largely represented, i — «__— ——-———
THE PRATT BUILDING Situated on Prospect Street. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 2 January 1904
THE PRATT BUILDING Situated on Prospect Street. Will Now be Deserted as a Democratic Headquarters. Some of the Features of the Past Two Years. During tln? past three years the Pratt building, situated on Prospect street, between Massachusetts avenue and Austin Street, has lioon the great centre Of Democratic activity In this city. iv thin building are located at present, the headquarter* of the Democratic City Committee; the prluting ofllce of iv ohalrmau, J. Frank Facey; the lunch room of Hugh tjnllaghor; the barber shop of A. J. Sylvester and numerous smaller halls which If they would Bpenk, would tell of uiuny meetings and conferences which were of vital importance to the Democratic party. Here, at all hours of the day and sometimes far Into the night, may lie found some of the leaders of Democracy. When the Democratic city committee, in tlie spring of I'.KU, voted to call party caucuses In the full for the election of city official*, one of the first things deemed essentia] was ...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 2 January 1904
Miss Alice Spencer Ucddea. editor of the Press was unable lo appear before the Twentieth Century Club of Boston, Monday evening. She was to have talked on "Twentieth Century Husklliism." Burglars broke Into the Austin Stn-et Ciiltarlan Church, Monday evening and ransacked the building, but ns far as can be learned nothing was taken. A spirited campaign Is lielng waged by the member* of the Y. M. 0, Association that for earnestness, the past city election will pule Into Inslgnlflcansc. The members of the association are trying to Increase the memliershlp to 1600, and are making a house to honne canvas. The membership fee I* $B.no for adults nnd |S.fln for boys. In the past year the toys' membership bai doubled.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 2 January 1904
LAWYERS. 1L„ i rr~:.i -~,— ■ ■ ■ - ■ Telephone UWI-o Malu. DIETRICK, DUNCAN &amp; WOLCOTT Attorneys at Law, no STATE ST., Room* 803-804 BOSTON, MASS. . evening Office, 671 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge. FRANCIS P. CURRAN, Lawyi R, ao Pvuili non Square. Uoston, Mass. Law Or.lreu, '.II l'cniltertnn Square, lloatou. 1...T ll.iyuiurktt. Residence, 11,,1,1 Ma|»„tl,., Cainurlilge, 27-.M (ainlit Hl^.f. 1 ciupiionu, J433-4 Mam ' ARTHUIt V. FARRELL, Attorney and Counsellor-at-Law, 23 Court Street, ltuom.l 2JO unci Zil BOSTON, . . MASS. Residence: m Spring St., Kast Camimhkie. JAHES B. VALLELY, Counsellor-at-Law. Brlggg Building, . , . Rooms IW-od, 293 Washington Street, Boston. Tel., Main, 029, Residence, :«&gt; Aiuory St., Calubrtdgeport. JOHN J. SCOTT, COUNSELLOR • RT • LHInZ 610 Pemberton Building, Pemberton Square, . . Boston. Residence, a Leonard Avenue. Telephone, Huymarket £!3ti. James D. ilia &amp; William J. Greene Attorneys an j Counsellors-at-Law. LYCEUM ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 2 January 1904
; LE6AL NOTICE. COMMONWEALTH OF MASBAf OHUSETTB, MIDDLESEX, BS. PROBATE COURT. TO the helrs-at-law, next of kin and all other persons Interested in the estate of &lt; ELLEN HALLORAN - late of Cambridge, in said County, dcs ceased. Whereas, certain Instruments purporting to be the last will and testament—and one codicil—of said deceased have been presented to said Court, for Probate, by HENRY J. CUNNINGHAM, who prays that letters testamentary may be issued to blm, the ex-. eeutor therein named, without giving a . surety on his official bond. You are hereby cited to appear at a Probate Court, to be held at Lowell In said County of Middlesex, on the nineteenth -a day of January, A. D. 1004, at nine o'clock In the forenoon, to show cause, If any you have, why the same should not be granted. And said petitioner is hereby directed to give public notice thereof by publishing this citation once t In each week, for three successive ' weeks, In the Cambridge Sentinel, a newspaper publ...