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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 16 January 1904
.••HMiassaskWSSMMMraa LAWYERS. ~, , -■.— aaii— ; T*l*phone 1907-fi Ma**, DIETRICH, DUNCAN a WOLCOTT Attorneys «t Law, no STATE ST., Rooms 803-804 BOSTON, MASS. evening Office, 671 flassachusatta Avenue. Cambridge*. FRANCIS P. CURRAN, Lawyer, so Pemberton Square, Boston, Mass. Lat* Offlcea, a) Pgmterton Square, Button. VIXI HaynwrkeU BefMence, Hotel Majeatlo, fax-bridge, SITW OaaaiMgs. Tj v'|.,,0,0, '. tUJ-, [.lain ARTHUR fc. FARRZCi, Attorney and Counsollor-at-Lasv, 23 Court Street, SaMima aafi and ITJI BOSTO-n, . MASS. BeaMee-toe: Wt Bprln-- St., Kaut (-j-.ubki-.oii. JANES ©. VALLELY, Counsellor-at-Law. .Ilrlge-SllUlMtTlt*, . " . BOMIM.IIi-6.-e, 393 -Washington Street, Boston. Tel, Maln.eto, lUe»lit«ll.•*, »l Al.li.ry St., &lt;TUU&gt;b*lMtg&lt;ipOM. JOHN j. soon;, COUNSELLOR - 3-tT • XJFKW. '610 Pembertoo Building, !Pen4betton Square, . . Boston. Iteetldance, 2 Leonard Aye mice, i Telephone, R^onailMtastW. James 0. Rut iv William J. Greene Attorneys an 1 Omn...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 16 January 1904
m M*mmmm.wmipmmmmm m mmmm ÜBAL NOTICE. "COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS, MIDDLESEX, SB. PROBATE COURT. To the heirs-at-law, next ot 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 codicil—ot said deceased have been presented to said Court, for Probate, by HENRY J. CUNNINGHAM, who prays that letters testamentary may be iasued to blm, tbe executor therein named, without giving a surety on his official band. You are hereby cited to appear at a Probate Court, to be held at Lowell la said County ot Middlesex, on the nineteenth day of January, A. D. 1904, at nine o'clock tn the forenoon, to show cause, It any you have, why the same shouldnot 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 (he Cambridge Sentinel, a newspaper published in...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 16 January 1904
j. no Mcdonald &amp; co. House Painting, Graining, Paper Hanging, Glazing, In trior Decorating. OFFICE,... 22 ELIOT STREET. Tel. Cambridge 544--'- -Shop, &gt;] Church St W. 11. Hull's (lid !Stand. CHKS. RTKINS St CO. PAPER HAMBERS, WHITENINfI. KALSOMINUM, TINTING, WHITEWASHING. Estartor and Interior Decorating. Will Pas Mouldings, Pairing, Bluing, to. 27-20 Prospeot Street, CAMBRIDOIPORT. Central Bq. Tel. TflM Cambridge* H. J. SHAW, Buueeeaor to Miller &amp; Shaw, .Manufacturer of Portable Steam Hoisting Engines, Hammers, Nippe-\ etc., for rile Driving; Bolts, Trusses, and other Iron Work fen Bridges and Buildings. MACHINERY FOR HOISTING ICE, Hydraulic Presses and General Machinery, Special attention paid to Machine and Automobile Repairlne. Cor. Sixth Street and Broadway, Cambridgeport, Mass. E. J. DUNPHY Dealer In Watches.Clocks, Diamonds, Jewelry, Silverware, Optical Goods. .Special attention to Fine Watch, Clock an'l Jewelry HepnirinifKyi-* Tented and pro...
"A RIVAL BY REQUEST." [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 16 January 1904
"A RIVAL BY REQUEST." "A Rival by Request," was given In the vestry of the First Universallst church, Tuesday evening. The plot was given In three nets and was wall received. . The cast was as follows: Walter Pleraon, a young bachelor, Percy G. I-amson; Wlnthrop Smythe, his friend, A. Ingham Blcknell; Robert Burnett, a retired business man, Frank T. James; Benjamin Brlggs, a retired farmer, George B. Coleaworthy; I-ord Albert Anthony McMullln. a friend of Smythe's, Claude H. Ketchum; Alexander Muggins, Smythe's servant, John W. Platsted, 2d.; Mrs. Burnett, wife of Robert Burnett, Adelaide E. Beunke; Margaret Burnett, her daughter, Ida E. Ward; Mrs. Brlggs, wife of Benjamin Brlggs, Susie M. Lewis; Eliza Brlggs, her daughter, Elsie D. McWaln; Mrs. Chatterton. housekeeper of the "Montrose," Elizabeth C. Pfaff.
CATHOLIC UNION. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 16 January 1904
CATHOLIC UNION. The largest attendance of members ever known at a business meeting of the Catholic Union was that 'of last Thursday evening, at the Trade Association Hall. The occasion' was the annual election of- officers and the result was as follows: Dr. John X. Dwyer. president; Thaddeus M. Flynn. vlee-presldent, John T. Hwyer, recording secretnry; Frank T. N'esdell, financial secretary; J. Moynnhnn, treasurer; Geo. McKellegett and Wm. el. Hopkins, trustees; Remarks were made by Rev. M. J. Doody, spiritual director, Ex-Mttyor John H. H. MoNamee, Rep. James F. Aylward, Ex-pree. Dr. John E. Somers, Edward J. Brandon. Wm. T. iTielan. and others. A rising vote of thanks was, tendered Mr. Peter Mullen, the retiring president, for his long and faithful service in connection with tho Union.
LEAP YEAR PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 16 January 1904
LEAP YEAR PARTY. The leap year party given by University I-oclge. No. 52. I. O. of I. O. 1... In Odd Fellows hall. Wednesday was a decided success. About 100 couples attended. The floor was in charge of Gertrude F. assisted by Bertha L. Parker. The aids were Mildred A. C.arland. Fannle Daniels. Nettle Brewer nnd Annie Pierce. Among those present were: Mr. and Mrs. AVilllam Pierce. Mrs. Mabel Golden. Mrs. Hattle Parker, Mrs. Nellie E. Hazel. Mrs. Catherine Daniels. Mrs. Mildred Garland. Mrs. Gertrude I-elgh-ton. Mrs. Nettle Brewer, Mrs. .leniilc Chllds, Mrs. Grace Qulmby, Misses Jessie Coleman. Florence Jones, Hattle Whiting. Ella Barnes. Ethel Fleming. Ixittie Holmes. Sadie Beckett, Bertha Parker. Ella Nelligan. Catherine Nelllgnn. Mabel Hutrhison. Margaret Wood, Messrs. George Coleman. Arthur Zittell, Walter Nay, Albert Whiting. Herbert l/ocke. Garfield Stone. Fred' Whiting. Harry Barton, George Beane, Herbert Welch. James Blacknian. Thomas Kenney, Fred Wakelleld. Edward Harris.
HELD FOR GRAND JURY. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 16 January 1904
HELD FOR GRAND JURY. William "H. 11. Sullivan, who was arrested in Boston Saturday evening, charged with larceny from Harvard students, was held In $800 forthe grand jury by Judge Almy In the district court dn Tuesday. Sullivan was arrested while trying to pawn a watch In Boston. When arrested he was dressed to "kill" and had a colored boy carrying his dress suitcase, which, when opened by the police, was founil to be full of stolen articles. He gave the name of Oscar Chew and said that he was from Chicago. He Is the son of Patrick Sullivan, who keeps a tailoring establishment at S5 Mt. Auburn street, and had been sent by his father on different occasions to return clothing to students' rooms. He is but fifteen years of age. 'The property alleged to have been stolen consisted of n gold watch, the property of Charles A. Hartwell. three gold pins. a gold pen, pair of skates attached to skating hoots, and a metal case, owned by Oswald Chew; half a dozen studs from Oscar I", Cooper, and...
CLAN LINDSAY'S AUXILIARY. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 16 January 1904
CLAN LINDSAY'S AUXILIARY. The Ladles' Auxiliary lo Clan Lindsay held their annual Installation of oflleersjji kruternltj- Hall, Monday evening. Mrs. Robertson of Wakefield wns Hie installing officer, The uttlc-ers for the ensuing year are as follows: President. Mary MeElroy; vice-president, Alice Bartz; chaplain, Annie Prentice: secretary. Xellle Stephens: financial .secretary. Johanna Stewart: treasurer, Annie Buxton; conductor, Alice Hcriennan: assistant conductor, Evelyn .lines: guard. Ellen Sutherland; sentinel. Annie Llewellyn; past president. Alice Baxter mid pianist, Annie P. Winter. Following the Installation the evening was s lent 111 listening to an entertainment furnished by the following: Miss Lyna llerrlilga. piano solo; M. A. Barclay, song; Martin Toll, song: recitation by Miss KnlTiiiiin: Mrs. In--11 Is. song; i-p.ninrks by Chief. Mmialian and Past Chief Stephens of Clufi Lindsay, after which the evening was spent In dancing. Itefn-Hliiii-nts were served during the ev...
WAGNER'S HOME. How the Great Composer Came to Live in Baireuth. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 16 January 1904
WAGNER'S HOME. How the Great Composer Came to Live in Baireuth. How Wagner came to make Balreuth his home Is a rather Interesting story. He had long dreamed of possessing a theatre where his compositions could be Interpreted to suit his ideas, but had little hope that the dream would ever be fulfilled. When, however, In his period of greatest depression nnd loneliness he formed the friendship of the late king of Bavaria It seemed suddenly aa If all things were possible to him. In 1807 his royal protector Instructed the celebrated architect, Gottfried Semper, to prepare th* plans for the theatre which waa to be built at Munich. Through political and profeesloual -Jiaaenalona ams Jealousies the torn council of Munich refused permission for the erection of the theatre there. In 1871 Wagner visited Balreuth and, after taking counsel with the celebrated bankers, Messrs. Fenstel and Gross, decided upon a site in that city. Tbe municipality of the town, correctly estimating the financial a...
FRUITS AND FLOWERS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 16 January 1904
FRUITS AND FLOWERS. Moßt kinds of fruit trees thrive best in rolling lands. If mildew appear On the rosebushes, dust with sulphur. The garden must be mellow, rich and kept clean. This is the inside secret, of successful gardening. . An application of bard wood aahee will supply the soil with the potash bo necessary In growing small fruits. Bone meal is an excellent garden fertilizer, but it does not give immediate results unless dissolved with acid. The longer an orchard Is kept in cultivation and a crop taken off the greater becomes the necessity of liberal manuring. The greater portion of the foots of the grapevine grows near the surface. For this reason the cultivation should be shallow. In the garden especially one of the drawbacks to the germination of seeds is that they are often covered with too much earth when planted. Usually the Smaller the seed the less covering Is requliyiv ,•• Women would do well to remember that smartness is one of the greatest aids to those who do.not...
SANITARY INSPECTORS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 16 January 1904
SANITARY INSPECTORS. There are nineteen women holding the position of sanitary inspector under the London government bonrd, and it is probable that every local authority will In the future require at least one woman lnspeector. The working hours are from !) a. m. to 5 p. m. and from I) a. m. to 1. p. m. on Saturdays.
MARRIAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 16 January 1904
MARRIAGES. HYLAX-WICKEIt.-By Bey. It. A. Beard,« Dec. 30, 11103, John P. Hylan of this city and Alice Harriet Wicker of Boston. MacUKFXJOK—MacKAY.—By Key. E. M. Taylor, Jan. 0, Archibald Mact.'iegor of this city and A-hnie MacKay of .Maiden. CIIAItI.TOX— KOBIXSON. —By Bey. Walter V. Oreenman. Jan. 0." Joseph "''owlet* 1 Charlton of this city and Susan Bemls Itobinson of Wn'ltham. DOWNEY-HALEY- By Itev. Edward J. Welch. Jan. 7. William Joseph Downey of this city and Mary Krancls Haley Of Soinervllle. LOOKS TAYI.OB.-By Itev. Charles L. Page Jan. 8, Marshnll E. Locke of Haverhill. X. 11.. and' Itachel Mao Taylor of this city. Mel.1:011. McLEOIi.--By Itev. Wilbur X. Mason. Jan. 0, Samuel McLeod and Annie Mel-soil, both of this cltv. JOXBSH — RiTJPKATM. Ity It cv . Joseph 10. (irlclan Jan. 'J. Leon ,lonosh and l*Sga Itiipl.ate-i. both of this city. MASON- JI'SKKS..--By Itev. Joseph ED, llrlclaii. Jan. :t. lioinlnlck Mason and Mary Juskes, both of this city. MARTENATB — BELDATSLK. By Itev...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 16 January 1904
WINOIIEBTBR-K/NOX. -By Rev. Robert Walker, Jan. 10. Edward Winchester and Elizabeth Knox, both of this city. RADFORD-SHAUGIINEBHIY. - By Rev. Daniel Evans, Jan. 0, George S. Radford and Eatelle Frances Shaughnessy. GOODWIN—QILLIB.—By Rev.John R. McCool, Jan. (1, Edward J. Goodwin and Margaret Glllls, both of I his city. MERCIBR— OHAMPORIX.-By Rev. H. Perennes, Jan. nth. Enoch Mercler and Mary Alice Champorlx. both of this city. WILE-HAYES-By Rev. John J. Ryan, Jan. 10, Park Boyd Wile of Arlington and Catherine Elizabeth Hayes of this city. MACKLIN—VAKON.-By Rev. Laurence J. Glynn. Jan. 10, James J. Mackiln of this city and Margaret Nason of Somervllle. SORINBORUER- ROBERTSON. - By Rev. Ellery C. Butler, Jan. 4. Jewell D. Sornborger of this city and Helen Robertson of Beverly. POWER—MAODONALD.—B y Rev. Thomas W. Ooughlan. Jan. 10, Wllbert John Power and Margaret MacDonald, both of this city. MORAN-CASEY.—By Rev. iMlchael J. Doody, Jan. 12, Peter Moran of Pawtucket R. 1., and Mary Eli...
DEATHS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 16 January 1904
DEATHS. FITZPATRICK.—Dec. 29, at 278 Vine street, William Fitzpatrlck, aged 62 years. SMITH.—Dec. 29, at 393 Broadway. Henry 0. Smith, aged 86 years 11 months 29 days. CLARK—Dec. 30, at 120 Spring street. Edward J. Clark, nged years. COYLE.—Dec. 31. at 80 Bolton street. Terence Coyle, aged eSO years. SANBORN.—Dec. 31, at 23 Trowbridge street, .losiiili V. Sanborn, aged 44 years 7 months. SOANLAN.-.liin. 3, nt 271 Wlnsor street. John B. Seaiilan, aged 05 yeiirs. SOHANCK.—Jan. 2, at 888 Columbia Street. .Catherine Srhanc-k. aged 70 years II months. FEltri-VAL.—.Tan. 2, at 09 Morse street, Edmund A. l'erclval, aged 49 years. COX.—Jan. 8, at 3 Potter street, John 11. Cox, aged 20 yours. .'■■■;, McKBNNA.—Jan. 4. at Cambridge Olty Home. Owen MoKeiina, aged (ill years. TAYLOR,—.Inn. 4. at 1383 Cambridge street, Annie Tnylor, aged 01 years. O'SILI-IVAX -Jan. 5, at 242 Hanipshire street, John O'Sulllvan, nged 74 years. McCI.OHKY.-Jan. 5, at 80 Fifth street. Bridget McClosky, aged 79 yen rs. ...
BUILDING PERMITS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 16 January 1904
BUILDING PERMITS. WBTS Tin; (tOman Catholics Archbishop nf Boston, new Catholic church, nt the corner of Mt. Auburn nnd De Wolf streets. Ward S. lo cost about eMOO.OOO; V. A. Xorcriss, architect. 103711 S. .v.- It. J. I-nmbnrd. rear 10 Bridge sti-eet, Ward 1: portable engine house. In cnst nboiil $7e"i: ('. O. Stone, builder. HW.sil S. &amp; 11. J. l-oinliaril. Bridge slrpct. Ward 1, scale house; C. 0. stone, builder, 103S1 Alvln Sortwoll. owner. 1007 Cambridge street. Ward 3. Jnme=t E. Brown, builder, re-building building ilauingeil by lire. UI3SL' X. H. Eraser, 1114-0 Itlver street. Ward 7, owner and builder. Alterations. 10888 The O. J. llnlde Co.. owner and builder. Mass, avenue. Ward 0. sign board. IH3K4 X. SchoiTlln. owner SI Brookline street. Ward (1. .lames Melsaac. builder, alteration to cost $30. HKIeST-Itanna Knrloiiian, owner, A3 Washington street, Ward 4, Wm. Harris, builder, alteration*- to cost 11 bout $.10. The property known 11s the Culver--slly Stables, cnn...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 16 January 1904
CHAS. E DAVIS, - • Optician eyes m m EXAMINED NECESSARY JssSseiee==sl=s~S &amp; DAVIS METHOD &lt;£? NOW AT 367 Boylston Street 1 Flight Elevator ~~ IAMES T BARREIT, ~~ General Contractor. 619 CAMBRIDCE STREET. Estimates Furnished for Every Kind of Work. Telephone Connection. JAMES J. SHEA ~~ ""JOHN T. SHEA SHBM BROS. Undertakers and Embalmers Wareroomi, 9 PEARL STREET Office, 407 Cambridge Street. HAMES J. SHEA, 75 Fifth Street. Residences .. . |j OHN T . SHEA, 91 Oiis Street. v Telephone No. 638-4. Why Go to Boston to Buy a Piano? When I can save you from io to 25 per cent on any pitno, 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. Y. M. C. A. PIANO ROOMS, 830 Mass. Aye. Republicans—No Partiality Our Usual LOW PRICES To All. WM. H. WOOD &amp; CO., Lumber Merchants P. O'BRIEN Ts6nT~ FLORISTS...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 16 January 1904
Connected by Telephone. 1351 -J Cambridge. W. H. ENOS &amp; CO., Wholesale and llctali Dealer. In Hay, Grain &amp; Feeds 97 Concord Avenue, CAMBRIDGE, HASS. G. F. WHITING &amp; CO. UNION STABLES HacK, Livery. Booming and sale STABLES. HORSES FOR SALE. We have constantly on hand a full assortment of Gentlemen's Driven, Business, Draft and Saddle Horses. Acclimated Family and Matched Pairs a Specialty, All Horse* Warranted as represented, but not against sickness. No. 420 Green St., Cambridge, Mass. Telephone, I Cambridge. Telephone Conneotlon. Jig Sawing and Turning. Bund Sawing anil Moulding. ISAAC McLEAN, OFFICE AND STORE FIXTURES, Interior Woodwork, 3L and 38 Lakcastkh St. . . Biuton, Mass. DANIEL P. DANEHY, Funeral Director and EmDalmer, , 34 Rlndge Avenue, NORTH CAMBRIDGE Carriages furnished for Funerals; also Floral Designs of all kinds. BROOKS &amp; CONLEY _REAL ESTATE INSURANCE 671 Massachusetts Avenue * '-•''..'. .l*^^^^^B.»^BMMM^^^MMßi.a'^^^^...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 16 January 1904
M. CAVANAGH, Manufacturer sad Dealer tn Harness, Hone Clothing, And Stable Supplies. Repairing ol All Kind* Will Be Promptly Attended To. 859 Main Street, CAMBRIOOfPORT, - - MASS. JAMES CURRY, COLLAR AND HARNESS MAKER, While*, Carry Combe, Bruehee, Blankets, Hone Clothing, m»i», ate. Repairing la All Ita Brancheje Promptly Don*. No. O Broadway, Junction Main St., CAMBRIPGWOUT, - MAW. C. P. O'BRIEN, Groceries **-- d Provisions Best Quality—Reasonable Prices Prompt Delivery. 25-31 Bay St., CAMBRIDCE •„, Telephone 866-2. Established IW7. J ACummings Printing Co, Printers and Publishers, 172 Oliver Street, Boston. D. 8. Biaos, Prei. P. H. CoxOANimji.Treaa. Eatlmatea f urslabed on request. Telephone 886 Main. DAVID I. NELLIGAN, Funerol Director and EmDQlmer, Office amd Warf.koohs 24 Rice St., NORTH CAMBRIDCE. Superintendent of North Cambridge Cemetery. Telephone 10W Cambridge. Night Calls Answered Promptly.