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KINGSLEY WILL FILED. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 9 January 1904
KINGSLEY WILL FILED. The will of Chester Ward Klngsley or Cambridge was admitted to probata Monday. The document states, that he has already personally disposed of nil property intended for public bequests In order to prevent nny disputes concerning It. The private becpiests are as follows: To his daughter. Ella .1. Bacon, he gives 180,000 hi municipal bonds, bearing 4 per cent Interest: to his daugh-ter-in-law. Rose Klngsley, 186,000 In municipal Ikiiuls; to his granildnnghter. Alice Jowelt, $25,000; to his granddaughter. May Helen Ellis. |38,606|tttl his grandson, Chester Wnril Klngsley. 2.1., 138,000, to his grandson, Parker X. Ellis. 198,0001 to his granddaughter, Prlscllla B. Sonic. 196,000. Henry Montague of Kalamazoo, Mich., and Mnry Julie Merwln of N'ewnrk, N. J., nre to receive *Bfio a year in quarterly payments as long ns they live, this being given as "n token of their kindness to Mr. Klngsley when he wns young and needed their help and encouragement Tho will was dated Fe...
COMMON COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 9 January 1904
COMMON COUNCIL. Without the admiring crowds and scent of flowers thnt made the aldernianie chamber seem like a hot-house in full bloom tho common council organized with the choice of Harry M. Steams as chairman, Edward A. Oounlhan. clerk, and William E. McAnnnl fts page. The missing feature of the occasion was the absence of Councilman N'tlllgan. When the committee from the board of aldermen arrived In the council chamber they found that the council had not organized. Councilman .Caswell, the senior moinber, Immediately called the council to order and appointed Councllmen Eln.ore nnd Hogan a committee on credentials. They reported that there were nineteen members of the council elect present Councllmen Walcott and IKiwney were appointed a committee to notify the board of aldermen I hat the coninion council had organized. The council then proceeded to the aldermanic chamber and were sworn in by Mayor Daly. After listening to the Inaugural address of the mayor the members returned to ...
INAUGURATION NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 9 January 1904
INAUGURATION NOTES. ll.c prayer by Rev. Fr. Morlarly was short and an exceedingly good one. Councilman Harlow forgot his credentials until after he had reached City Hall. He had to bmrv back home to procure then, before "the council wns railed to order and was forced to hurry In order to do so. All Of the members-elect looked very natty with their bouttonnieres. , Alderman Anderson wns the recipient of v very handsome and elaborate basket of flowers from friends. The basket was passed nround to several of tltc desks until after lite drawing of seals, when it found and remained in its rightful place. Exit McNamee, enter Daly at 1(..::."&gt; a.m.. January 4. 1604. Judge Almy ndmlnlstering the oath of office to the. mayor-elect is getting to be so much the custom now. that it will hardly seem like an Inauguration when be censes to do it. The pen-which Mayor Daly usea to sign bis oath of office with was the same one which Gov. William B. Russell used to sign the oath of office a...
DOUBLE INSTALLATION. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 9 January 1904
DOUBLE INSTALLATION. An innovation tbut foreshadows tho Coming events took place 111 G. A. It. ball, Qulncy square, Monday evening, when ('has. Beck post. Tiii. G. A. R.. nnd Col. J. W. Hlgglnson camp. 56, S. of V., Installed their officers for the ensuing term, Ihe installing officer being Past Commander Frank L. Kercbusner. The G. A, It. men Instilled were: Commander, A. J. Llttlefleld; senior vico-cnminandor. W. 11. Howe: junior vlce-cninniander. G. 0. Lord: Officer of the day. (!. Knowltoii: officer of the guard, T. a. Prentice: chaplain, A. H. Rlcker; quartermaster, W. Barslett, Following Ihe ceremony, the Sons lined up, the officers Installed being: Commander, Frank A. Llttlefleld; senior vice-commander. Frank J. i/ounsliury; junior vlce-comniniider. Chester A. Garfield; chaplain, George s. Cabin; first sergeant Walter J. A. Kicker: quartermaster sergeant, Arthur A. Pray; sergeant of guard, William E. Fiirrlugton: color sergeant, John M. Snrgenl; corporsii Ernest Lowell; princ...
CLAN LINDSAY, NO. 125 Install Its Officers for the Ensuing Year. A Large Attendance of Numbers. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 9 January 1904
CLAN LINDSAY, NO. 125 Install Its Officers for the Ensuing Year. A Large Attendance of Numbers. Cllan Lindsay. No. 125. O. S. C, Installed the following ofltoero Wednesday evening: chief, Joseph Monahan; tanlat, Alexander Mfl.eod; recording secretary, ltobert Steele; financial secretary, James Mcl-etui: and treasurer, John Thompson. The installing officers were: ilrand secretary, Frank S. Abercrombio, assisted by linind Henchman, Thomas M. Young. Clan Lindsay has been in existence for about nine years and has at the present time nearly 100 members, it has always been actively Interested in the welfare of these members and during the time It has been in existence it has paid out for sick and death benettts over 90000. Its annual concert and ball Is always eagerly looked forward to by the Scotch people of Cambridge as one of the particularly happy festive occasions of the year. This year the clan together with Clans Stewart of Charlestown, and Mc•Dougall of Somervllle are to hoi., a u...
COLONIAL OUTING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 9 January 1904
COLONIAL OUTING CLUB. The second dancing party of the Colonial iiiuliiK Club was held In Prospect hall, .Monday evening. The hall was tastefully decorated with flags and bunting and the orchestra was hidden behind a mass of palms and ferns. Following Is a list of the committees to whose efforts the success of the occasion is due: Floor director, Joseph 1). Finn; assistant tloor director, lianiel ,1. Casey; chief of aids, Frank .1. Nngle and Joseph P, Mulvlhill; aids, Charles Scott, William Fallon, Jr., Thomas liooley, Timothy Sullivan, Patrick liolan, Uanlel Holland, Charles Kelley, Thomas Keenan. Iteceptiou committee, William Keennn, Frank Kelley, John Leary. The dance commltlee consisted of Cobb McCarthy, Michael Dolan, Charles Kelley. The ol-ticci-s of the association are: Joseph 11. Finn, president; Daniel J. Casey, vicepresident; Frank J. Nagle, secretary; Joseph P. Mulvlhill, treasurer. Among Ihoae present were: Charles Scott, Patrick Dolnu, William Fallon, Jr., Daniel Holland...
HENDRICK CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 9 January 1904
HENDRICK CLUB. The lDendrick club installed Its newly elected oftlcers for the coming year, Monday evening, at Its rooms, No. 724 Main street. Owen McKenna was Installed as president; vice-president, Charleß W. Gardiner; treasurer, Klchard Ityau; recording secretary, James Gordon; 11--nanclal secretary, John J. Morris. ExI'resldent Thomas Doras acted- as muster of ceremonies. At the close of the installation an entertainment was furnished by the following members. An address on the history of the club by ex-President Doras, imitations of well-known actors by Thomas Jordan, song and danVe by \V. Seeley and H. ltytin, songs by James Jordan, readings by Owen McKenna and Charles W. Gardner, and piano solos by Thomas McDermott. Tho club will hold Its first entertainment and dance In Prospect hall. Monday evening, Feb. 15 next. A large array of well-known talent has bean scoured by the club for the entertainment .
AGASSIZ COUNCIL Royal Arcanum Install Its New Officers at Odd Fellows Hall, North Cambridge [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 9 January 1904
AGASSIZ COUNCIL Royal Arcanum Install Its New Officers at Odd Fellows Hall, North Cambridge Over two hundred members of Agassi/. Council. Koyal Arcanum, were prcs- ent at the twenty-sixth annual installation of the council on Wednesday evening. District Deputy Grand Itegent William 11. Jackson ami suite installed the following officers; Itegent. Charles I. Raymond! vice-regent. Albeit W. Pratt' orator. William 11. Dennett: secretary. Thomas B. Nye; collector. Charles W. Iliinnewell; treasurer. Everett L. Stephens: trustees. Ernest Si-blinder. Andrew J. Llttlelield and .1. C. Ilanscoin. '1 lv- uieiu'iers of Agusslz council Include many of the prominent business men of North Cambridge. The council Is one of the largest lit Ihe slate, and Its treasury Is lv n nourishing condition. The Royal Arcanum furnishes without any doubt one of tic best life Insurances of any benetlcail oig"inl/.iiilon lii the country. CHARLES F. RAYMOND. Itegent Agassis: Council, it. A. ALBERT W. Pit AIT. Vice-re...
RED JACKETS ELECT OFFICERS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 9 January 1904
RED JACKETS ELECT OFFICERS. The annual election of Officer* of the Bed' Jacket Veteran Firemen's asocla--11 'Hi was held on Siin.liy list, mid the following were elected to serve for the ensuing yenr: President. Win. ('. ('liiiinbcrs; vicepresident. Frank W. Madden; second vice-president, Geo. B. Pray; treasurer, ('has. Emerson; recording secretary, Geo. P. Chaplin; ttiinnclat secretary, John E. Smith; for delegate to league, two years, Amos bean; for directors for three years, ('has. F. Clark nnd Chns. McClnrty; director, unexpired term IIKM, S. Phlllo Brown: foreman, Henry A. Pierre; first asslstniit" foreman, Charles MeClarty; aeconil assistant foreman, Oscar ,1. Llngley; steward, Win. Doneette; assistant stewnrtl. Christopher Mullen.
WM. E. RUSSELL, F OF A INSTLL [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 9 January 1904
WM. E. RUSSELL, F OF A INSTLL The fourteenth Installation of t'ourt William X. HiiHMi'll. Foresters of America, No. 121. was held In l-'rater-nliy hall, Thursday evening. There were about 25t» members and guetts present. Delegations from fonts I'sul Hevere No. 171. Volunteer of the Hub No. 117. Court Maine 141. Court Pride of Arlington, Xa 100, Court' Spring 11111 No. 201, Court Joseph .1. Kelley, No. 22, Court I'rlde of Cambridge, No. K7, Court Montreal No. 112, Court Northern Light, No. 222, and Court City of Cambridge being present. Deputy Chief Hanger Thomas Wllwaitl, junior lieu die. .Icweph Cleary, lecturer, and- David .1. Nelllgan, trustee for three yeurs. At the close of the meeting a collation was served, after which the fol- lowing well known talent entertained llnms of Court Volunteer Of the Hub, assisted by Fast chief Kiioger ot Court Paul Hevere anil staff. Installed the following officers: John Hurley, chlel ranger; Thomas tireen. sub chiel ranger; Carl Fuchs. treasure...
TO CLEAN THE OLD PIPE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 9 January 1904
TO CLEAN THE OLD PIPE. The Cambridge water board will begin the experiment of attempting to [•lean the old supply pipe between Stniy Brook and Fresh Pond bnsln next spring. The interior of the old pipe is covered wttli tubWie*, which prevent the delivery of water to the pipe's full caoncity. The present pipe Is too small to be cleaned by hand scraping, l-'reenian C. (VilHn, the expert employed by the city, will attempt by some other means to remove the tubercles. The cleaning of the pipe will Interrupt the delivery of vater from the usual sources for seviral weeks, and iltulnt: Ibne time Cnmiridge will receive it-t water supply rom the metropolitan system. To provide against .\ possible water amine Ibis winter mill also to provide or the Interruption in the spring, a .eiiturl meter has been placed in posilon nnd n connection made with the metropolitan pips on Cambridge comuon. Even if the experiment of cleaning be pipe proves successful, the In•reiiscil coiisuinptlon of water In Cam...
LOCAL BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 9 January 1904
LOCAL BREVITIES. The North Cambridge Veteran I- r men'a as-inclatlnn will hold n fOI lll*' iiieetlnguntl iilso Iheannual elcctlmi Of ollicers a( Francis hali. on lltiltlu'l street, on Sunday afternoon next at :| o'clock. Attorney Francis P. Currtn his rclurned from his Southern trip. Ills son who iifcompnnlcil him South, will Htay there until epring. A special meeting of the board or aldermen and common council was held Saturday liisj_-t,n take action on the deatli of (/Hester W. Klngsley. ami appropriate'resolutions were adopted. Division 21, A. (). 11., wus well represented nt the Inauguration Monday. A uiong the members present were Mayor Augustine J. Daly. ex-Mayor John 11. 11. McNnnW. Patrick H. Ooncnnnoii, James Fulltime and many others. The Laselle Social Club held a con cert In Institute Hall. Tuesday even lug In aid of the East Cnmhrldgbranch of the Young Ladles' Charitable Association of the Frit' Home for Consumptives In Dorchost •:-. Thl c uiceil was a great success. The...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 9 January 1904
LAWYERS. Telephone MUT-D Muln. DIETRICK, DUNCAN &amp; WOLCOTT Attorneys at Law, no STATE ST., Rooms 803-804 BOSTON. MASS. Evening Office, 671 rUssMhusetts Avenue, Cambridge. FRANCIS P. CURRAN, Lawyfr, so Pent 11 -non Square, Boston, Mass. Lair Offices, -it. Peuibertnn Prjuare, lloston. Ktt7 Haymarket. Residence, Hutel Majestto, Cambridge, 272-3 Cambridge. Telephone, 2403.4 Main ARTHUR «U FARRELL, Attorney and Counsellor-at-Law, 23 Court Street, tC'...nis 220 and &amp;I1 BOSTON, . . MASS. Residence: 172 Spring St., East Cam huh me:. JAHES B. VALLELY, Counsellor-at-Law. Briggs rluilding, . . . Hooms 52-65, 293 Washington Street, Boston. Tel., Main, wa, Residence,:«&gt; Amory St., (ambriilgeport. JOHN J. SCOTT, COUNSBLLOR • HT • LKiai 6io Pemberton Building, Pemberton Square, . . Boston. Residence, 2 Leonard Avenue, Telephone, Haymarket 2230. James U. Flui &amp; William J. Greene Attorneys and Counsellors-at-Law. LYCEUM HUtLDIXG, HARVARD SQUARE William J...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 9 January 1904
LEBAL NOTICE. | COMMONWEALTH OF MASSAOHTJBMTTB.MIDDLBSEX.i3S. PROBATE COURT. To the helrs-at-law, next of kin and all other persons interested in the estate of ELLEN HALLORAN late of Cambridge, in said County, deceased. Whereas, certain instruments purporting to be the last will and testament—and one codlcllf-gf said deceased have been presenMft foHftld Court, for Probate, by/fIBNBX J/NOUNNINUHAM, who/prays that letters testamentary maty be Issued to Mm, the executor thereto named, without/giving a surety on his official bond. /You are hereby cJtedTto appear at Jk Probate Court, to be&gt;,rid In said County of MlddlflfttfrotrThe nineteenth y 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 in each week, for three successive weeks, in the Cambridge Sentinel, a newspaper published In Cambridge, th...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 9 January 1904
j. Leo Mcdonald &amp; co. House Painting, Graining, Paper Hanging, Gluing, In trior Decorating. OFFICE,... 22 ELIOT STREET. l&gt;i, Cambridge 514--. Shop, 22C1111 eh St W. 11. Holt's Old Sunn!. CHKS. HTKINS &amp; CO. WER HAHBERS, WHITENING. KALSOMIHINQ, TINTINB. WHITEWASHING. Eztsrlor and Interior Decorating. Will Ptptr Moulding!, Painting, filarial, *o, . 27-29 Prospeot Street, CAMBRIDOtPORT. |jrNe« Central |tj. Tel. 77-.' .1 Cambridge, H. J. SHAW, Successor to Miller Si Shaw, - Manufacturer of Portable Steam Hoisting Engines,:*** Hammers, Nippc"*, etc., for rile Driving; Holts, 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, Cambridge-port, Mass. E. J. DUNPHV Dealer in Watches.Clocks, Diamonds, Jewelry, Silverware, Optical Goods. Special iiiti'iui&lt;m (riven to Fine Watch, Clock nn ...
BOARD OF HEALTH HEARING. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 9 January 1904
BOARD OF HEALTH HEARING. Statistics showing the great prevalence of consumption have been quoted bo frequently as to have almost lost their meaning, and the people, the sanitary authorities and even the medical profession have become indifferent to tbe vast expenditure in suffering, nnd death unnecessarily paid to this evil. Only limited and Ineffectual efforts are now being made for Its suppression. ' Some of us still view with comparative Indifference the ravages of a illsease which causes from one-fourth to one-third of the suffering and death at tbe best period of life, and this, too, wlien the evidence at command should bfi, itjseema to me, conclusive to any reasonable mind, that it can be largely prevented at a comparatively small cost in sacrifice, labor and money. I make this statement with a full realization of its meaning, gained by a study and correspondence with the leading health authorities in the United States. I consider that the first duty of any public man Is the h...
THE CALEDONIAN BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 9 January 1904
THE CALEDONIAN BALL. Much interest Is manifested among the Scottish residents of Cambridge over the coming Burns celebration, under the auspices of the Caledonian Club of Boston. Mechnnlcs Hall has been chosen, and Jan. 22 the date. The exerclseß will consist of n grand concert nnd ball, nnd an address by Professor Black of Olasgow. The talent this year Is of a high order. 'Miss Remi Crawford, who Is on her first tour of America, will be one of the soloists, Dunbar's orchestra and club pipers will furnish the music.
INSTALLATION OF POST 30, G. A. R. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 9 January 1904
INSTALLATION OF POST 30, G. A. R. Past Department Commander John by Past Commander W. 11. Kstey. installed the otti:ers of Post .'to on Thursday evening, as follows: Commander, Charles P. Oox; senior vice-commander, William M. Megroth; Junior vice commander, I,ewls W. Orose; adjutant, James B. Soper; quartermaster, Oeorge 11. Hastings; surgeon, Charles J. Collins; chaplain. William 11. P. Plummer; officer of the day, Andrew J. Ilewes; officer of tho guard, Ix&gt;renstein Brown; sergeantmajor, ICben W. Pike; quartermastersergeant, Itlchiird M. O'Brien. Following the installation, speeches were made by several of the comrades and Comrade Pike presented to the commander a handsome gavel, the same being the yearly donation made by Surgeon Collins, who Is an adept at the lathe. A light collation followed the exercises and at about 11 o'clock the gathering adjourned well pleased with the evening's entertainment.