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CITY GOVERNMENT [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 23 January 1904
CITY GOVERNMENT Tbe scent of battle front afar lirought a crowded house to the board of aldermen on Tuesday evening. President Coveney's gavel fell at 8 O'clock and commiiiilcatloua from the mayor was read. ( The resignation of George M. Saunders, as cemetery commissioner, was rend and placed on file The voiuunralcatlons in. relation to the changes In the polloc department were then reud, and alsfi the order on another column was offered by Alderman Ilarls. President Coveney, Aldermen Davis and Lake attempted to push the matter through by placing It on flle. The Democratic members made a strenuous objection to this ami Alderman Barry offered a motion to lay It on the table. He said that this was nil extraordinary manner in which to proceed, and although the chair ruled that the matter was simply a promotion and that Its being before the board wns mi act of courtesy of the mayor, the alderman from Ward B. (Davlß), hud let the matter out In Its true light when he said that It was an a...
COMMON COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 23 January 1904
COMMON COUNCIL. The common council transacted the regular routine business. All were present excepting Councilman ('. C. Nelllgan, who has not yet i|iialitled. Tbe committee On finance reported an order authorizing the mayor to draw his warrant upon the eily treasurer to an nmouiit not exceeding ?n&lt;ki for paynieiit of postage, which was adopted. The Joint standing committee on highways rejiorted an order that the superintendent of streets include In his estimates a sum sufficient for the piving of Webster avenue, and to complete the paving of River street with vitrified brick, which were adopted. The committee on parks reported that an order requesting the park commissioners consider the advisability of providing a play ground in Ward 7. ought to pass. riie committee on parks reported an order making an appropriation of |2SOO for the removal of tlie lirowntciil moth, which was adopted. The oommltte on pnebTle property reported that .in order In relation to tire escapes, e...
"CURFEW BELL." [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 23 January 1904
"CURFEW BELL." Tin-,choius choir of the North Avenue limit Ist Church presented F. l.ynes' eantntn. "Curfew Bell." on Wednesday evening. In the church. The chorus of W&gt; voices was assisted by the following soloists; Mrs. Blanche Helnlmrghe Kllriufl. soprano; Miss Pauline Wolt■niniiii, contralto; Mr., I amis Black. tenor| Mr. Clwrles Poltnnnt, basso. There was also a ladles' semi-chorus from the New Knglaud Conservatory of Mi isle.
HENDRICK CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 23 January 1904
HENDRICK CLUB. One of tlie first political events of the coming season will lie a grand entertainment and dance glvln by the Ileiulrlck Club, to be held In Prospect Hall, Moiiduy evening. February 16, at which the following talent will appear: George McXamara. Frank and Maggie 1 loniums, George McKeunu Foy and Murray; McXabli and Antell, Hillllday .mil Goodwin. Gammon, Vargas and Gaiuuioit. I.oulse Craig, Lizzie Sullivan. Fiuncls P. .lonian. Charles T. Sullivan. Johnny .lonian. I'raglc Trio, t'llllcn and Haley, George JohUSOll, Qeorge 11. Flattery. Frank Cavanaiigh. Humphrey Sullivan and Howard and Howard. The club has pci'iiiiiiu'iit quartern at 724 Main strcot, anil expect to do good work during the COttllUg summer and fall, on registration and naturalization in the Interest of the Democratic' party. CHARLES W. GARDNER, Vice President llendrick I Mill).
NO. CAMBRIDGE COUNCIL K. OF C. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 23 January 1904
NO. CAMBRIDGE COUNCIL K. OF C. North Cambridge Council X. nf C. No. 20, Installed Its officers lv fraternity Hall, Friday evening. Timothy W, Good, DUSK .mil suite were Hie installing officers, Robert Welsh hod charge of-the music for the occasion. After tin' installation iNstrict Deputy iiooii addressed fie members on iho reinnrkaiiie growth of the insurance membership In ths order during the Inst decade, A banquet was served at the conclusion of the ceremonies of Installation, and toasts were responded to by Dlstrlt lleputy liood. (i. X. Murphy oiul Dr. Doyle of Hoston chanter. iii responding to Ids toast, the district deputy spoke In a pleasant and happy vein, eulogjxlug the work of PGK It- ■!■ Mnlealiy. and presented him. In lieluilf of the members of the council, a cold watch. Chain and X. of ('. charm", studded with diamonds ami rubles. Mr. Mulenhy was genuinely surprised, ami found difficulty In expressing his thanks to the members for his remembrance of him. It. 11. Mulenhy ...
Y. M. C. A. AUXILIARY. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 23 January 1904
Y. M. C. A. AUXILIARY. Tlie annual meeting of the auxiliary or the V. M. ('. A., was held at their roOBM Monday afternoon and the following Officers were eferti'd: President. Mrs. 0. 11. Duirell; srer.'tarv. Miss 1.. X. llnwes; treasurer. Miss Alible D. Coollilgc: auditor, Mr. stroughton Bell. Vice-presidents representing the following churches: North Avenue Itaptlst. Mrs. Frank llryant; St. .lames Episcopal. Mi's. 11. 1.. Cnslein: North A»umu.',.. Congregational, Mrs, SamUel Leltch; first Church Congregational. Mrs. W. I. Oberg; Old Cambridge Baptist, Mrs. .1. B. Emery; IPllgrim Congregational. Mrs. Urnrge Pollard, Miss 1.. X. Chamberlain; Harvard Street .Methodist. Mrs. E. B, fisher; Prospect Street Congregatlon.il, Mrs..U. B. Caswell; Wood Memorial Congregational, Mrs. f. M, Lyoff! Hope-Congregational, Mrs. li. B, Oliver; Eree Baptist. Mrs. F. 0, Robinson; Culled Presbyterian, Mrs. Archie Maei/'iin; toman Square Baptist. Miss I.lda A. Young: Trinity Mctlioillst, Mrs. W. A. Attoms...
WHIST PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 23 January 1904
WHIST PARTY. A largely nttended whist party and dunce was held In Prospect Hall Monday evening. In aid of UM Working Boys' Home, under the direction of the Worklne- Boys' Friend society. About. ,"n tables were used by Ihe whist playeTS, The llrst ladles" prise, n ha"dsonie pair of vases, was won by .Miss Mary Mend of Arlington; second ladles', .1 niilntlng. Mis. Irving of this city: llrst gentlemen's, silk umbrella. Mr. Daniel .loseph of llrnokllne. Fathers Downey and Flannlgan of the Honie were present during the evening and made n few remarks. Among those present were: Miss Mnrgaret Flannlgan. Catherine Flannlgan. tMlnnle Flannlgan, lonise Carroll, Minnie Carroll .tulln Porney. Mary McDcrmott Margaret Walsh. Cutherltie Harrington. Susie Lynch. Agnes O't.eary, dertrode O'l-cnry. Katherlne Flannlgan. Kdward Ahem, .loseph Barry. Frank Murphy. John Flannlgan.'Daniel A. Mend, Daniel McAullffe, Kdward Curtis. Rdward Crowley. .Tohn McCarthy. Timothy Brassll. Frank Sweeney. Holiert tlrant...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 23 January 1904
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 23 January 1904
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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 30 January 1904
THE CAMBRIDGE SENTINEL VOL. I. No. 14. &lt;ALLIED PRINTING TRADE COUNCIL BOSTON, MASS.&gt; 81 CAMBRIDGE, MASS, JANUARY, 30, 1904. PRICE THREE CENTS. The Cambridge Sentinel. A WEEKLY DEMOCRATIC PAPER Published every Saturday at 671 Massachusetts Ave., Cambridge (Boston), Mass., BY THE SENTINEL PUBLISHING COMP'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 30, 1904.
HENRY J. CUNNINGHAM Unanimously Elected President [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 30 January 1904
HENRY J. CUNNINGHAM Unanimously Elected President Of the Democratic Ward and City Committee. A Large and Enthusiastic Meeting. The Other Officers. The largest attendance ever seen at a meeting of the Democratic Ward and City committee was present at the organization of the new committee for IiWM on Monday evening in ih-; W.i.d room in Central square. This very amply showed the Interest which the faithful take In the affairs, of the party and is a forerunner of certain victory all along the line In the different elections the coming fall. By the unanimous election of Henry J. Cunningham as chairman, the party ha 3 secured a leader who will give indefatigable efforts in upbuilding and strengthening It in every way and whose peculiar fitness and qualifications for the position Is already acknowledged by all persons, irrespective of party. It was not until the day before the meeting that Chief Cunningham could be prevailed upon to accept the position: but realizing that the call from th...
NON-PARTISANS ORGANIZE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 30 January 1904
NON-PARTISANS ORGANIZE. Tbe Non-pirtlsan ward and city com- ' nilllce met Wednesday night for or- | giinlziitlon and tbe city committee officers of last year: Gen. Edgar 11. Champ- | lln Ichalrinain. Samuel D. Elmore (secreinryi. and W. Iloilman Pcabody (treasurer), were re-elected, Beimirks were made by Mayor Daly and others. II was voted to hold a banquet nnd Jolllllcallim over the recent victory, and the following committee was appointed 10 make arrangements: Henry (). Iloii.'hlon. George Close and A. W. Strauss. The ward committees mat and elected | officers. With the exception of Wards : 11 and 11. who did not have a quorum , present, the chairman, secretary nnd treasurer are as follows: Ward I Felix Mcßrlde. John .1. McV din, Julius A. Gllllicilu. Ward '-- George Bentz, Carl Josephson, Andrew Burke. Ward 4 Wendell C. Tucker, Edward Mmr.son. John T. Lynch. Ward ."&gt; -.lames A. Mnskcll, Henry B. Lclghton. Elmer 11. Bright. Wind tl—Frank i., Dalllnger, ...oses &...
THE "SENTINEL'S" GOSSIP On Current Events and Happenings. A Few Things Observed by Him as He Patrols His Post. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 30 January 1904
THE "SENTINEL'S" GOSSIP On Current Events and Happenings. A Few Things Observed by Him as He Patrols His Post. I ace that It Is coming In a very gradual way, but is nevertheless dlsceruable. It Is only one additional helper, in the shape of a woman, that has thus far been added, but as I prophesied, the added pay roll In the janitors department under, the "Purity" party, will develop fast enough. y It was very funny to those who were looking on at the muddle In which the Xon-partlsans wore placed on Monday evening of last week, when someone discovered that James B\ Mullen, whom the caucus had agreed upon as one of the candidates for the position of overseer of tile poor, was a McXamee Democrat. There was hurrying and scurrying about Ihe city to llnd someone else for the place by a select few, hut It was too late, and the slate was forced in go through, all but Councilman Caswell voting In the affirmative. The matter was so much in doubt, even to the last minute, however, that there ...
RED JACKET VETERANS Will Hold Annual Ball Feb. 5 A Sketch of this Well Known Organization and a List of Its Present Officers. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 30 January 1904
RED JACKET VETERANS Will Hold Annual Ball Feb. 5 A Sketch of this Well Known Organization and a List of Its Present Officers. The Ited Jacket Veteran Firemen's Association, which la to hold Its eleventh annual ball in Cypress hall next Friday evening was organized Sept. lit, 1887, as council Xo. 80 of the order of American llreineu. It was reorganized Jan. 11, 181)1. The engine owned by the association has a reputation throughout Xew England and has taken every prize offered for the handsomest engine in parades. The engine was built In 1854. and is one of the best built by Messrs. L. Button &amp; Son of Waterford, X. V.It is called a piano box machine, the box being made of solid mahogany and was used at Claremont. X. H., where It was known es Clareinoiit Xo. 4. Its pumps are Hi l-lii inches In diameter with brake room for 54 men. All the metal mountings are silver plate 1 and it Is the most elaborately painted engffie In existence. The main colors are Ivory black with gold ...
BANQUET TO EX-MAYOR McNAMEE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 30 January 1904
BANQUET TO EX-MAYOR McNAMEE. A very pleasant parly assembled in Rhodes hall on Monday evening last, at an Informal banquet tendered to exMuyor Me Nu nice by a few or the lui'y friend! of himself and wife. The hall was very beautifully decoritted with llags and bunting anil alter a r'crptl n. lasiing from s to o o'clock, ihe ladles nnd their guests .sat down to a very bountiful repast, provided by Thnrlnw Brothers, caterers', After Hie g ofl things had been disposed or Toastmaster Dr. John E. Dwycr c tiled up n the following for a few remarks, all of whom paid glowing tribute", lo the guest of the evening: Rev. Frs. Riley nnd Glynn. Aldermen Harrington and Flvnn. John J. Scott, Assessor Brooks. J, Frank Facey, John T. Shea. Fret Haley. Thomas Edwaids. Patrick Qnlnii, William Pi Nlckerson and cxMayor McXamee. At the conclusion of his remarks, the ex-mayor was presented with an elaborate basket of flowers Music wns furnished by an orchestra during the hnnq.net, and aftcrwnrds those pre...
KNIGHTS TEMPLARS DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 30 January 1904
KNIGHTS TEMPLARS DANCE. Cambridge couimandery of Knights Templars held Its annual ladies' night, Wednesday, at Xewtowne clubhouse, and there Was a large attendance. There was a concert and readings, the artists Including an orchestra, tbe Harvard quartet, Miss Kdith Hadcock, Dudley I'rescott, Mrs. Ellison and Miss Julia A. Whitten. Dancing followed from 10 to IU. The general committee included: Sir Alfred li. Parker, sir Charles B, Hadcock, Sir John C. Dow, sir Charles H. Lake, Sir (ieorge A. Parry, Sir 0. It. Putnam. The reception committee Included Eminent Commander Sir It. Walter Hilliard. Km. sir Charles Harris. Km. Sir lAfayette (i. Hlalr, Em. Sir Charles 0. Welch, Km. Sir John (1. Thorogood. Km. Sir Charles M. Tear, Km. Sir Francis 1,. Sawtell, Km. Sir Cbas. 11. Morse. Em. Sir W. I. Dudley; Sir Walter ('. Wardwell. Sir .lames l(. Hilton. Sir (ieorge M. Olive. Sir W. \V. liuwson. Sir \V. X. McConnell. Sir William It. Forbes. Sir Stephen \V. Smith. Sir George F. Flske, S.r Charl...
REPUBLICANS ORGANIZE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 30 January 1904
REPUBLICANS ORGANIZE. The Republican city committee organized Thursday evening with William It. Davis as president, cx-ltc-ircsetila-tlve M. E. Hideout vice-president. Geo. Allen .secretary, and Allied X. Hughes treasurer, The ward committees, as far -is organized, are: Ward U Chairman. Jonas I. Cnpelle. Ward ;', Chairman, w. 11. Joyce: secretary. John Wilson: trensuier. Timothy Desiuond, Ward I t'liairman. Thomas T. Jones: secrolarv, Ciiarles S. Given: treasurer.. John It. Sniilhcrs. Ward •"&gt; Chairman. C. G. Morgan: secretary, T. w. Ballsy; treasurer, J. A. Mask-ell, Ward i! chairman. W. J. Bounds; secretary;.. Oscar. : A- tilnillU'PtH treasnrtr, James it. "fioyd. Ward 7 -Chairman, Martin Wittc: secretary. Edward A. Cutting! tiensurer. W. I. I'owllslmw. —' ■" WuuT H ■ t'tiaivinurr.' W.vtrort'. Wardwell: secretary. Samuel D. Elmore; treasurer, Hugh Bancroft, Ward 0— Cbahnum. George X. Saunders. Ward 10 Chairman, Alien 11. Hall: secretary. F. X. Tliaycr: Ire .sure-. M. F l...
FIRST PANTING PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 30 January 1904
FIRST PANTING PARTY. Tlie llrsl annual duticlug parly of the Miltakusetts wns held in Odd Fellows' lull. 'Thursday, a large gathering helnir present. C.'llconl's orchestra furnished Ihe music for Ibe occasion. 'The floor was under Ihe direction or Floor Director Win. J. Deuce, assisted by Alberl IL'Shine.V and Tboinns L. Wright, and Hie following aids, Samuel c. Watson mil Joseph Wright. 'The coniinltlee or arr.iugcinenlß were Waller J. Jones. Alberl V. Jones and Siinnel J. Scoiriin.
BARBERS DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 30 January 1904
BARBERS DANCE. The First -.'land ball of Barbers' Local I'nion. No. l."l, was held In Cypress ball. Mulls T.'inple, Thursday evening, nil e-as one ,of the preltlest affairs of lis kind held this ttcnsiip. The hull Ma lieantlfully decorated imil Melnnes's orchestra was bidden behind a bank or pmtctl plants on the stage. The grand march was led by Mr. Frank Burgos and wife, followed by Mr. Win. V. Mnclel nnd wire. Manuel Bnrges and sister, nnd about 40 couples. The dancing wns hi charge of Floor Director Frank Bnrges, assisted by William V. Mnclel. and the following aids. Manuel Barges, Wl'Tnin 11. Anile, Louis Vlllenlrr. Victor Clement. James C, Green, Fred Currier. Samuel Busryjch, Chirlcs Foster. M. C. Sllvn, R. Sinclair. Manuel Lewis ami E. White.