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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 9 January 1904
The third annual ball of the Cambridge i'inlets was held In Brattle hall Thursday. About l. r )0 couples were present. -The hall was tastefully decorated With bunting and with the many colored electric lights made a very pretty picture. From 8 to 0 Mclnnes' orchestra furnished the following concert program: March, "Peaceful Henry," Overture, "Crown Diamonds," selection, "Wizard of Oss," march, "Proud of his Soldier Boy." The committee of arrangements were: Captain .Martin .1. Douglass, ex otllrtlo, chairman; Cbrpora,l •Cjharles. Johnson, secretary and treasurer; Private Thomas Sullivan, Private James Council. Corporal John Irwin, Corporal Walter Fallon. The floor was In charge of Floor Marshal I.leut. Kdward Dlckerman; Floor Director Sergt. Kugene Sullivan; assistant. Private Thoulps Sullivan; chief of aide, Sergt. John Shea; aids. Sergt. -lohn Parker. Cor. James Shea, Musician, Albert- Wilkinson, Musician William Ilanlon. Muslolnn Daniel Murphy; privates: Frank Carlln. James Conroy...
CITY GOVERNMENT [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 9 January 1904
CITY GOVERNMENT The board of aldermen met on iTuesilay evening and the following committee appointments were made by President Coveney: JOINT STANDING COMMITTEES OF THE CITY COUNCIL. Accounts—Aldermen Flynn and Barnard; CousciUnen Caswell, O'Nell und Meyers. &gt; Assessors' department—Alderman Harrington; Councllmen Dlnnn aud McSoiiey. City engineering—Aldermen Barnard and Davis; Councllmen Stephens. Monk and Hogan. City home—Aldermen Allen and Anderson; Councllmen Caswell, Cronin und Joel. Claims Aldermen Coveney, Biodgett, Barry and Barnard, President Steams; Councllmen Walcott, O'Nell, Dlnan, Giles nnd Wood. Finance—President Coveney. Aldermen Cnrsteln, Davis, Biodgett, President Steams; Councllmen Elmore. Meyers, Caswell, Downey, Walcott Fire department—Aldermen Barry aud Harrington; Councllmen Dlnan, Monk and Thayer. Health —Aldermen Anderson and Flynn; Couucilmen Thayer, Sm It hers und Hogan. Highways—Aldermen Lake, Anderson nnd Barnard; Councllmen Stephens, O'Neil, Ha...
COMMON COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 9 January 1904
COMMON COUNCIL. The second meeting of tbe common council wns called to order at 8.30 by President Steams. Councllmen Dlnan, Monks, Nelllgan and Stephens were absent. The principal business wns the appointing of the various committees of the common council by President, Steams. Councilman Downey Introduced nn order appropriating $0,000 for the extermination of tbe brown-tall moth, which was referre»Hto the finance committee. Councilman Cronin Introduced an order requesting the superintendent of streets to Include in his annual appropriations a sum sufficient to pave Webster avenue from Cambridge street to the Somervllle line. Councilman Joel Introduced nn order giving city employees' the usual Saturday half holidays from May 2 to Oct. 20.
WARD 7 CLUB ELECT OFFICERS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 9 January 1904
WARD 7 CLUB ELECT OFFICERS. Tbe club which so strongly and emphatically stated that none but a Republican would receive Its indorsement lor mayor, but which so lamb-like laid down to tbe Non-partisan Hon and Indorsed the entire ticket at the uplifting of the finger of the General, held Its election of oflicers on Monday evening, nltbougb there was said to ne a lot of opposition to Alderman Anderson being placed again nt the head of the club. There were four candidates for the position, Anderson, Polnck, Martin Fceley and Walter Oollnshaw. There were 57 votes cast, Mr. Anderson receiving 37, Mr. Polnck i 2, Mr. I'eeley 6 and Mr. Collasbaw 3. It was a hearty indorsement for Mr. Anderson ns head of the club for the past year. The other oflicers elected were: Vice-president, J. D. Barnes; secretary, RlclKird Hopkins; treasurer, William Fnlrrell; sergeant-nt-arms, John. McCnu'ley; directors, William 11. Gray, 'Martin Wltte, .Joseph Williams, William Foy, James Grant.
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 9 January 1904
A concert and recital wns held at tho Mt. Olive Baptist Church," Thursday evening, in aid of the Millet Art Association, founded by two promising colored artists, Messrs. Oermon A. Reavls of Cambridge and Joseph Bryant of St. I-oulsy Aoery interesting program wns arrifiigert, which Included many of the Iwst colored nnd white talent In Cambridge. Th* committee were: Miss Lillian lx-wls. Miss Alice Vanghan, Miss Grace Vnughnn, Mr. Oermon A. Ileavls and Mr. Joseph Brynnt. /
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 9 January 1904
CHAST E DAVIS, - - Optician EYES J k NO PEE EXAMINED II NECESSARY &amp; DAVIS METHOD &amp; NOW AT 367 BoyUton Street I Flight Elevator ~ JAMES T. BARREIT, General Contractor. 619 CAMBRIDGE STREET. Estimates Furnished for Every Kind of Work. Telephone Connection. JAMES J. SHEA " JOHN T. SHEA SHB7* BROS. Undertakers and Embalmers Wareroomi, 9 PEARL STREET Offloe, 40T Cambridge Street. ■ ("JAMES J. SHEA, 75 Fifth Street. Residences .. . \j OHN T . SHEA, 91 Otis Street. 1 Telephone No. 825-4. Democrats a Republicans—No Partiality Our Usual LOW PRICES To All. WM. H. WOOD &amp; CO., Lumber Merchants The * University * flarket CHOICE GROCERIES AND Canned Goods a Specialty CHAS. A. McLEAN - - ■• - 61 Boylston St., near Eliot St. ■' ' P. "I &amp; H. E. KILEY Builders of Carriages and Wagons. MANUFACTURERS OF All Kinds of Wagons and Heavy Teams. Repairing, Including Painting, Promptly Attended To. All Work Warranted. Telephone Connection 205-21 1 Tremont- - Som...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 9 January 1904
Co n nee ted by Telephone, 1351-2 Cembfld %e. . W. H. ENOS &amp; CO., Wholesale and Retail Dealers In Hay, Grain &amp; Feeds 97 Concord Avenue, CAMBRIDGE, HASS. G. F. WHITING &amp; CO. UNION STABI.ES Miit np iiiiifl» SI. &gt;LES. HORSES FOR SALE. We have constantly on hand a full assortment of Gentlemen's Drivers, Business, Draft and Saddle Horses. Acclimated Family and Matched Pairs a Specialty. All Horses Warranted as represented, but not against sickness. No. 420 Green St., Cambridge, Mass. Telephone, M Cambridge. Telephone.Conneotlon. Jig Sawing abd Turning. Band Sawing and Moulding. ISAAC McLEAN, OFFICE AND STORE FIXfURES, Interior Woodwork, SI and 83 Lancaster St. . . Boston. Mass. DAMEL P. DANEHT, Funerat Diiectoi and Emtnimer. 34 Rlndge Avenue, NORTH CAMBRIDOE Carriages furnished for Funerals; atso Floral Designs of all kinds. ■ BROOKS ,&amp; CONLEY REAL ESTATE ..;AND... INSURANCE 671 Massachusetts Avenue SODEN STREET STABLES ULRIC OAO...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 9 January 1904
•U. CAVANAGHV Manufscturer sod Dealer In Harness, Horse Clothing, And Stable Supplies. Kep.lrlng ot All Kind. Will B. Promptly Attended To. 80S Main Street, CAMBRIDOCPORT, - - MAS*. JAMES CURRY, COLLAR AND HARNESS MAKER, Whips, Carry Combs, Brushes, Blankets, Horse Clothing, Boom, stc. Repairing la All Its Branches Promptly Done. NO. B Broadway, Junction Malnßt.. CAHBRIDGEFOHT, . MAW. G. P. O'BRIEN, Groceries «" d Provisions Best Quality—Reasonable Prices ' Prompt Delivery. 25-31 Bay St., CAMBRIDGE Telephone POO-3. Established 1887. J.A.Cummings Printing^. Printers and Publishers, 172 Oliver Street, Boston. D. 8. mcioi, Pres. P. H. Cosoahkom, Ireiss. ■stlmstes furnished on request. Telephone (66 Main. DAVID I. NELUGAN, Funeral Director arm Emiialmer, Office and Wakbrooms 24 Rice St., NORTH CAMBRIDCE. Superintendent of North Cambridge Cemetery. Telephone 1046 Cambridge. Night Calli Answered Promptly.
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 16 January 1904
THE CAMBRIDGE SENTINEL VOL. I. No. 12. &lt;ALLIED PRINTING TRADE COUNCIL BOSTON, MASS.&gt; 81 CAMBRIDGE, MASS, JANUARY, 16, 1904. PRICE TWO CENTS. The Cambridge Sentinel, A WEEKLY DEMOCRATIC PAPER Published every Saturday at 671 Massachusetts Ave., Cambridge (Boston,) Mass., BY THE SENTINEL PUBLISHING CDHP'Y. SUBSCRIPTION, $1.00 PER YEAR Entered as second-class matter Nov. 6, 1903, at the post office at Boston. Mass., under the Act of Congress of March 3. 1879. SATURDAY, JANUARY 16, 1904.
CAMBRIDGE POLICEMEN'S ANNUAL BALL Very Successful Affair Wednesday Evening Three Dance Halls and Three Orchestras Necessary to Accommodate the Dancers. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 16 January 1904
CAMBRIDGE POLICEMEN'S ANNUAL BALL Very Successful Affair Wednesday Evening Three Dance Halls and Three Orchestras Necessary to Accommodate the Dancers. The 32d annual ball of the Cambridge Police Mutual Aid Association was held In Cyprus, Rhodes and Malta Halls. Wednesday evening. Over 12U0 people were present. Owing to Union Hall being closed the committee hired the three halls in the Malta Temple. The principal ball «eom was Cyprus Hall, which was beautifully deeornted with many colored streamers. The stage was a mass of patted plants and ferns, dotted here and there with fancy colored lamps, behind which the orchestra was hidden. Over the stage was a large painting representing a &gt; detail of police leading a. military parade, both Rhodes and Malta hails were also prettily decorated and on the whole it was by far the prettiest affair of Its kind that has ever taken ' place in this city. The gland march was led by Mayor Paly, with Mrs. Daniel F. Oounlhan, followed by Mr....
C. G. A. WHIST PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 16 January 1904
C. G. A. WHIST PARTY. The Cambrldgeport "Gym" was crowded Monday night on the occasion of the annual whist party and dance given by the Gymnasulin Association. Over 00 tables were used during the evening. The winners at whist were: First gentlemen's, William Jones, parlor lamp; second gentlemen's, Fred McDonald, art statuary; tirst ladles'. Miss Mary Conrick, umbrella: second Indies', Miss Sarah McDonald, portrait. After the prizes were awarded the floor was cleared and dancing was enjoyed until 2 o'clock. During the evening a buffet lunch was served. The rtooi- wns In Charge of Walter E. Doberty; assistants. David J. O'Connor nnd John .1. Curley. The nTds were Joseph P. Brassll. Joseph W. Bean, j Daniel F. Brown, Frank Crowley, John Cuiuniings. Edward Cullen, George DeCoste. Joseph F. Doberty. Fred F. Ellis. Timothy F. Brassll. William P. Fennessey, John Graney. Arthur L. Ilaverty. John Kerwin. Edward L. Kelley, John Lorden. wininm J. Seville, John P. Mulvlbill. William A. Mulvlhll...
FIRST GRAND BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 16 January 1904
FIRST GRAND BALL. The first grand ball nf Court Northern Light, No. 2:23. P. of A., was held in . i ypuess hn". • n-ospect street. Thursday evening. Over 400 people wen, In attendance. The hall was beautifully decorated. Stained colored streamers were suspi tided from the celling, and the walls were completely hidden by Hugs of all nations. The grand march was led by Chief Hanger John E. Munson and Miss Brnf, followed by Mayor Augustine J. Daly land Miss Muuson, Arnold Smith -and Miss Vajnii. Dr. J. L. Flynn and Miss Anderson. During the evening past chief rangers' badges were presented to Past Chief Rangers Carl Orr and Herbert A. Osterlund. Dr. Flynn was also presented by the members of the court with a handsome Foresters' charm. The floor was under the direction of Floor Director J. E. Munson, assisted by Curl Kylicrg and the following aids: Aug. .lohanson, A. V. Anderson. Arnold Smith, Victor Peterson and Victor Anderson. .■•■..!. The following reception committee took care of t...
DALY GETS GAY. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 16 January 1904
DALY GETS GAY. i liar IPs Gay. who lias Is-cn on sick leave since last May. reported to Superintendent of Public Buildings Tracy, on Mo' nay morning last, which eauscn tbe following letter: Otlice OT Superintendent of I'uiiiie Buildings. Cambridge. .Inn. 11, I!M4. Mr. (leorge Callahan: Dear Sir:-Mr. Gay. the Janitor of cu.y Hall. Having reported to me today, ready hi resume his duties, from which !he bus been absent on leave. I desire I to 'WlltS you Hint at the close of bns- ' ness tO(lfl) your services as acting Jan- ! itoi- will iherefore cease. Yours truly. THOS. F. TRACY. Supl. of Public Buildings. It will oi- remembered 'that Guy hid I his pny reduced last siring by Mayor I McNai'nei irom *!BI per week to »IS. and h;s iisslstnnt. Jams* McVey. who received lift per week, wns dlsclinrged. ,is the Mayor considered that the duties i incumbent upon the lanltor emild he lierfiiiineii by one person. Gay asked, and received, leave of absence on ac- ! ..mint el Illness, and lleorge Cal...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 16 January 1904
Now this Is just what I intimated In my letter of last week, but I did not expect that those on the other side would find out the truth of the matter so quickly. There are strange whisperings going up and down the corridors of the "hall." The question of who Is to be "It" during the coming year is one that is going to cause a whole lot of heart burnings and there Is bound to be a sting left In many places, the poison of which is likely to pervade many systems, before this Is definitely settled. Coveney, telling the mayor that he and Champlin "made him," and demanding that his will be done forthwith, has not simplified, matters in the least, for there are a great many Nonpartisans who believe with the excounclliuan, who told me last week that the proper time for his party to have gotten rid of Coveney was when | lie was making overtures to the Demo- I crat's after election. Then John Head Is a frequent caller and he wants this or that done, and it is expected that his particular bete...
GOOGINS LIKES A JOKE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 16 January 1904
GOOGINS LIKES A JOKE. "Representative Googlns of Cambridge Is one of the wits of the nouse. and he took occasion over his appointment as a member of the committee on pnrlßhes and religious societies to express the wish to Representative Hayes of Lowell that he hoped Speaker Frothingham would put one or two more poker players on the committee so that the -'me would not be recklessly waated. The committee is regarded as one of the ancient landmarks and has little to do except read essays on the sacred codfish and settle the problem of Ann's sge."— Boston Post. In this connection Representative I-shan could well say that his appointment to the arduous duties of the committee on counties places him In a position to be able to .confer with hlB frlenda In the "Middlesex county ring." .MI'BSCRIBE FOR THE SENTINEL.
THE "DELUGE" VETERANS Elect Officers for Ensuing Year And Vote to Have a Dance in Prospect Hall, on the Evening of April 18. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 16 January 1904
THE "DELUGE" VETERANS Elect Officers for Ensuing Year And Vote to Have a Dance in Prospect Hall, on the Evening of April 18. The annual election of officers of the North Cambridge veteran firemen's association was held In Francis hall, on Baldwin sheet, on Sunday afternoon last, and the following were chosen: President, James A. Kelley; vlceipresident, William Craig; secretary, John A. Sullivan; treasurer, George 11. Bintchford; foreman. William T. King; first assistant, Daniel McKlllop; second assistant. William R. Merrifleld; steward. Fred Sullivan; honorary foreman, William P. Nlckerson; delegate to the league for two years. William T. King. The report of the treasurer showed that the association was in a nourishing condition, having money In the treasury and 'lii members In good.standing. During the past year the association has attended musters at Arlington. Lawrence, Salem, Haverhill, Portland (Me.), Weymouth, Brockton and Wallliam. and while not getting a place at any of the ...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 16 January 1904
The Non-partisan members of the city government have an object lesson In refusing Superintendent of Streets Shea the money asked for In their being obliged' to wade during the recent rain storm. They, probably, will not play politics so much next time now that they see what has been the result.
SUPERINTENDENT MONTGOMERY [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 16 January 1904
SUPERINTENDENT MONTGOMERY Makes Recommendations for Several Much Needed Improvements for Enjoyment and Comfort of Citizens. In the annual report of the park commission, Superintendent Montgomery tells what. In bis opinion, tbe city needs, In the line of Improvements for her citizens, which should come under the direction of the park department, and these are so good and so much needed that they are presented herewith In full. The report says: •WHAT CAMBRIDGE NEEDS." "The city of Cambridge needs a municipal bath run like tbe Brookline public baths, which nre a paying investment. Brookline is now well known for Its fine swimming pool, and In every amateur swimming meet the Brookline swimming chili Is always well represented. "The benefits derived from a bath like this In the city of Cambridge would be without number. There are good swimmers In Cambridge, but In winter they have no place to practice, although many Cambridge people now have commutation tickets for the Brookline swimming...