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MIDDLESEX A. A. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 30 January 1904

MIDDLESEX A. A. The second grand social of the Middlesex Athletic association was held in Cypress hall, Wednesday evening. About 1000 people were in attendance Tlie hall was decorated with tlie national colors and the stage was decorated with potted plants. Tho grand march was led by James P. Kneeland and Miss Mabel Law. fol lowed by Edwurd T. Monahan and Miss Bessie Lewis, Edward J. Ijinglcy and Miss Nellie Laugley and aliout .10 couples. Mclnnes' orchestra furnished the following promenade concert from 8 to I) o'clock: March, "Uncle Sammy;" overture, "Zampa;" selection, "Yankee Consul;" Medley, "H. Yon Tllzcr," finale, ''Officer of the Day." The dancing was under the direction of tlie following: Floor nuirshnl, Robert Law: floor director, .lames P. Kneeland; assistants, Maurice J. Qitlgley, John Boyle; aids, J. 11. Kecuan, D. J. Langley, N. F. Hnlberg, M. L. Qulgley, E. T. Monahati, T. Mellonough. W. Lewis, G. Walp, X. .1. McElroy, X. Cutler, T. Sylvester. W. Edinundsoti. E. .7. K...

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DEATHS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 30 January 1904

DEATHS. cntTIS. .lan. 21. 12 Lluuaoin sireet. William W. Curtis, aged 71 jeers (i months. HATCH. .lan. 22, at Cambridge City Home, .lohn 77. Patch, aged 88 years It months. LKVIT. .Inn. 88, al 128 Spring street. Morris Levll, aged 86 y!>ars 10 mouths. O'DONNKLL. .Inn. SB, at S (irnnt street. William O'Donnell, aged OB years. WOOLSO.Y Jan. SB, at 800 Massarlmsetts avenue, .lames A. Woolson. aged 74 years. HIOC.INS.-Jan. •-'.'(. Nt 71 Sit, Aiilnnn street. Florence n. HlgglßS, aged 20 years. dohkrty. ,i.m, 84. at 821 Putnam avenue, Margaret Dnhorty, aged 7?i years. CROSKMAN.--.lan. St. at W Palermo street, Rerthn ft. Crossman. aged lift yen rs. 7VRRSO.N. -.Tun. 84, at B4 Fourth street. o|af Iverson. aged 21 years ,'1 mouths. VATJC.VKTTK. .lan. 28, at Cambridge City Home, Sophrarle Vallgncttc of 1(17 Vine street, aged 28 yen in. QOtTLD.—Jan, 21, at n Remington street, William Honld. aged St years. MetILINN. Jan. 28, at Holy Uhost Hospital. Patrick .1. Milillnn. aged 89 yea rs...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 30 January 1904

' CHAS. E. DAVIS, - - Optician j EYES M k N( > p EE EXAMINED NECESSARY . -U— s& DAVIS METHOD NOW AT 367 BpyUton Street 1 FHgfct Elevator JAMETt bSreit, General Contractor. 619 CAMBRIDGE STREET. Estimates Furnished for Every Kind of Work. Telephone Connection. JAMES J. SHEA ~~ JOHN T. SHEA SHEK BROS. Undertakers and Embalmers Wareroomt, 9 PEARL STREET Office, 407 fiurbrldgo Ktreot. f JAMES J- SHEA, 75 F'"* Street. Residences . . . | John IV SHEA, rp* Otis Street. '# T4)l«<lhoue No. 01*5-4. Why Soto Boston 10 Buy a Piano? When I can save you from io to 25 per cent on any piano, and a year's piano lesions absolutely ferae. Dealer in Lister, Koell, Kimball, Ludwig & Co., Smith & Barnes, and Wentworth & Keller Pianos. Second-Hand Uprights, Squares and Organs. Y. M. C. A. PIANO ROOMS, 830 Mass. An. Democrats §j Republicans-No Partiality Our Usual LOW PRICES To All. WM. H. WOOD & CO., Lumber Merchants P. O'BR...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 30 January 1904

Connected hyTatephom*. Utfisl Cambridge. W. H. ENDS & CO., Wholesale and Hetall Dealers In Hay, Grain & Feeds 97 Concord Avenue, CAMBRIDGE, HASS. G. F. WHITING & CO. UNION STABLES HacK, Livery, Boarding and Sole STABLES. HORSES FOR SALE. We have constantly on hand a full assortment of Gentlemen's Drivers, Business, Draft and Saddle Morses. Acclimated Family and Matched Pairs a Specialty. All Horses Warranted as represented, but not against sickness. No. 420 Green St., Cambridge, Mass. Telephone, 12 Cambridge. BROOKS & CONLEY REAL ESTATE ...AND... INSURANCE • ■ i 671 Massachusetts Avenue SODEN STREET STABLES LLRIC OAGMN, - Manager 12 Soden Street, Telephone 339-4 Cambridge. Formerly llartlett's Stable. This Stable is now under New Management. New Horses.' Hacks and Carriages. Carriages furnished fur Weddings, Funerals, and all classes of work, at any hour of the day or night. PHONIC 101 CAMBRIDGE. CONSUMERS CO-OPERATIVE COAL COMPANY CAM...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 30 January 1904

DAVID T. NELLIGAN, Funeral Director ond Entoldier, Orin i: am> Wakkbooms 24 Rice St., NORTH CAMBRIDGE. Superintendent of North Cambridge Cemetery Telephone lots Cambridge. Night Calls Answered Promptly. DANIEL P. DANEHY, Funeral Director and Embolmer, 34 kludge Avenue, NORTH CAMBRIDOB carriage* furnished for Funerals; also Flora) Designs of all kinds. | Telephone Connection. Jig Hawing ahd Turning. Uand Sawing anil Moulding. - ISAAC McLEAN, ! OFFICE AND STORE FIXTURES, Interior Woodwork, I 31 and 33 Lam adieu St. . . Boston, Mass.

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 6 February 1904

THE CAMBRIDGE SENTINEL VOL I. NO. 15. <ALLIED PRINTING TRADE COUNCIL BOSTON, MASS.> 81 CAMBRIDGE, MASS, FEBRUARY, 6, 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, FEBRUARY 6, 1904.

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THE POLICE COMMISSION Bill Introduced by Senator Rounds. A few Soft Berths for the Pane Political Workers of the Republican Party. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 6 February 1904

THE POLICE COMMISSION Bill Introduced by Senator Rounds. A few Soft Berths for the Pane Political Workers of the Republican Party. Much day Is bringing more evidence of tin' fondness for the distribution of political offices for the faithful. The amusing part of the situation Is that a race is going on between certain leaders of the Republican factions as to who will brlug the police commission to Cambridge. They act as though the plums would be given to the faction which first succeeded in securing the passage of the bill. At the present writing the Dallinger wing seems to hare the advantage of the I'hnuipliii forces. The ex-senator made a flank movement with his forces upon that Dane commission, but the wily generul saw the weakness'in the centre and broke through, securing the prize. While Alderman Luke presented an order asking the mayor to petition the Legislature for a police commission which order Is still on the table, up comes Senator Rounds and introduces a bill Into the S...

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CLAN LINDSEY. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 6 February 1904

CLAN LINDSEY. The union ball of Clans Llndsey, Stewart and McDougull. which is to bo held In Roughan Hall, Cliiuiestown, on Thursday evening next, promises to lie one of the best ever held by any Scotch organization In this vicinity for a long time. The committee In charge have engaged "Tlie Concert Company" to furnish the entertainment for the occasion.- Among those who will appear are Agnes Hyde, render and Impersonator: Madame Barutio, dramatic soprano; Ella Cunningham, pianist, and George Sykes, lyric tenor. They hnve engaged Wilkinson, the well known Scotch orchestra from Hyde Park, to furnish the music for tlie occasion. Chief Joseph Monabnn of Clan Llndsey is secretary of the committee In charge of the arrangements. JOSEPH MONAHAN". Secretary of the hall committee,

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 6 February 1904

The fifth annual ball of Branch Fanny Parnell, No. 802, 1. N. F.. was held In Cypress ball. Wednesday evening. About 400 people were In attendance. The hall was decorated with flags and bunting, and the stage was covered with potted plants, behind which wob the orchestra. The floor wns in charge of Miss Jennette A. Quigley. assisted by Miss Norn Criminous. Tlie aids were: Sarnu Gnrton, Mary Connell. Mnryrpoyle. Annie Fowler,. Alary O'Couner, Annie Donahue, Delia Kenney, Annie Hnmon. Mnrgaret Dwyer. Margaret Lane. The grand march was led by Miss Quigley and M. L. Quigley, followed by Mr. and Mrs. Howard Montgomery and 7o couples. Alwfil 2">o attended. Among those present were Misses Ida La Mont, Amelia La Mont, Mrs. Nellie La Mont. Helen Sben. Annie Hnmlnll. Lizzie Deluhnnty. Annie Yates, Mnry Tooney. Daisy Cnrton, Relic St. George. Rosa Beck, Annie McCarthy. Annie Greeley. Josie Delnliantyi Mr. and Mrs. Thomas McDermott! Annie Barry. Margnret Whalen, Mary Weloh.'~lxittlo ...

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BURGLARS CAUGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 6 February 1904

BURGLARS CAUGHT. Frank W. Thompson, 1M years old, of V, Skehiin street. Soniervllle. and Edward Aldrlch. 111. no home, were arrested by patrolman Robinson of division '-'. Sunday night on the charge of breaking and entering the store of McCloslccv A llarty. comer of Prospect and Cambridge streets. Robinson was passing along Cambridge street about 0,90, when his attention was attracted to the interior of Ihe store, where he saw a man moving about. The officer ran around to an alleyway In the rear of the store and found Thompson there. He grabbed him. and then went to an open window In the rear of the building and captured Aldrlch. who were inside the store. Aldrlch hnd packed up a quantity of goods, which were afterward found Inside the- window. Roth were held In griOO for appearance before the March term of the grand Jury to be held In 1/iwell, by Judge Olney on Monday morning.

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 6 February 1904

Company C. Bth regiment, will hold Its next dance In the Newtowne club hall on Thursday evening, Feb. IS.

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THE "SENTINEL'S" On Current Events and Happenings. A Few Things Observed by Him as He Patrols His Post. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 6 February 1904

THE "SENTINEL'S" On Current Events and Happenings. A Few Things Observed by Him as He Patrols His Post. I nave It on the best of authority that no less a person than the mayor himself IS the sponsor for Dr. Weeks, and that no one but himself In the machine had anything to> do with presenting his name for the position on the board of uaalth. It now seems that the doctor was one of the original Daly Republicans and as long ago as last summer he had assured the present, mayor that he was favorable to 'his nomination, and that it Is In settlement for worlt deife tn obtaining the nomination for the position of mayor that %be- doctor Is now to be rewarded. And iliis wftt explatij. to so many Nonpartisans Who were'-nt sen as to who was behind the nomination Just which way the wind blows.

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 6 February 1904

But speaking of the chief executive . reminds me of the story that is going j around now as to why Daly has so i quietly done the bidding of the machine and has done so many things { which everybody, Irrespective of party, have wondered at if he wns seriously intending to look for another nomination for the position which he now holds. It explains a great deal which has been done, for no one believes that, with the desire for another nomination, the mayor would attempt to do things which he has done and which has resulted in making so many enemies among those whom he would look to for support for further political preferment. The story Is that the mayor would resign his present position sometime after the first of July to accept a position on the Superior Court bench and thus be out of politics and would not then care who he would antagonize in the rank and Hie as long as those who ordered him to do these things were satlslied and would assist him to the coveted position on the benc...

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MIDDLESEX A. A. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 6 February 1904

MIDDLESEX A. A. The Middlesex A. A. Nt Its annual meeting Wednesday evening, elected the following officers for the coming yenr: Robert Im\\, president; James P. Kncolaud, vice-president; Edward Langley, financial secretary; Wright Emerson, recording secretary; William McSluen. treasurer; Thomas McDonougli. manager of athletics. The directors 'chosen were George UUeh, Maurice- Quigley, Autb&r McGinty. John Sumner.ami Michael Quigley. The reports of the various comiuittees were read and accepted and showed the association to be iv a nourishing con dltlon. Plans were discussed regardlug the baseball team for the coming season, and It Is probable that the team which won the championship of tlie city last year will represent the Bocietv. This Is Law's third term, be having been president since the organization of tlie club, a little over three years ago. When the club was organized It consisted of 2~i members, but now numbers over 100, Including many well known athletes. Pre...

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SLEIGHING PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 6 February 1904

SLEIGHING PARTY. A very successful and enjoyable party was held from the home of Mrs. Nellie Lyons, SIS Washington street. Saturday night. The merry gathering enjoyed the sleighing as far as Waltham. after which the entire party returned to the house where a collation was served. The rest of the evening was spent In an entertainment composed of piano selections by the Misses Nellie Gleason and Carrie Bertsch: songs by Charles Johnson and John' Lyons, recitations by the Misses Theresa Smith. Mamie Courick and Mr. Edward Gleason, and quartet selections by Thomas Dillon. Margaret Conway. Timothy Murphy and Annie Johnson. Those who participated in the enjoyable occasion were: Mr. and Mrs. Win. .1. Dorgan. Mr. and Mrs. I'hos. .1. Dillon.Mrs. Nellie Lyons. Miss Julia Courick. Miss Alice Mayturn. Miss Lizzie Smith. Miss Theresa Smith. Miss Cnrrie Bertsch. Miss Mamie Coinirk. Miss Emma Deehan. Miss Nellie Gleason. Miss Annie Johnson. .Miss Margaret Conway. Thomas Gleason. John Lyons. Edwnrd...

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CHARITY WELL REMEMBERED. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 6 February 1904

CHARITY WELL REMEMBERED. By the will of James A. Wool-on. which has been tiled at Fast Cambridge, the following bequests have been made to public and charitable organizations: To the pastors of Harvard street Methodist Episcopal Church. ■ Cambridge, from tlie pastorate of cillbert Haven to the present time. $100 each: Mizpah Lodge of Masons. Cambridge, $800; Amicable Lodge of Ma-ons, Cambridge. $500; Ladles' Benevolent Society of iinrvani Street >i<-thodist Episcopal Church. Cambridge. Till shares of the stock of F. lrrlgiinm $ Gregory Company, Boston; Cambridge hospital. Till shares of the same stock: of Cambridge homes for aged people. •_'." shares: trustees of Cambridge public library. 50 shares; Hndcllffe College. B0 shnres: Prerohers' Aid Society of the Methodist Fpiscopal Church, of New England conference. 50 shnres; Church Ext.cnshui Society of the New England conference. 2!> shnres; Roston I'nlverslty, $5,000; Wesleynn Acndemy of Wilbrnhnm. o...

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RED JACKETS DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 6 February 1904

RED JACKETS DANCE. The eleventh annual ball of the Red .tarket Veteran Firemen's association was held In Cypress hall Inst evening. Over 700 people were present, and everybody enjoyed themselves The hall was beautifully decorated. Over the stnge was a large oil painting of n fire scene. Suspended from the centre of the hall was the banner of the Red Jacket association. A complete account will be given In next week's Issue.

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IE TENTH Of St John's Catholic T.A.S. Will be Held on Tuesday Evening, Feb. 16. at their Hall on Dudley Street. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 6 February 1904

IE TENTH Of St John's Catholic T.A.S. Will be Held on Tuesday Evening, Feb. 16. at their Hall on Dudley Street. St John's Catholic Total Abstinence Society will celebrate their tenth anniversary on Tuesday evening,. February 16, Id: Us rooms on Dudley street, North Cambridge. The society was organized February 7, lsul, and is an.offshoot of St. Peter's C. T. A. S„ being organized by members of that society whin lived in St. John's parish. Tlie first meeting was held in Unity hull, and the following officers were chosen: John Moyniihuu, president: Robert Welch, tirst and third .Mondays of every St. John's parish, it being one of the rotary: Jeremiah McCartDtr, recording secretary. The society held its meetings on tbe first and their Monday's of every month In Unity hall for two years, and finally, in February, IWMi. secured Its present permanent Quarters on Dudley st rcot. During tlie ten years of Its exlstance ilie organization has done much to promote the cause of temperance in st....

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THE GOO GOOS WILL MEET [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 6 February 1904

THE GOO GOOS WILL MEET There will be a notable gathering on the tlrst evening of next week. Those present will be told how It nil happened and just what we must do to be saved, for the annual meeting or the Good Government League or Cambrldce will be held on Monday evening; Feb. S, nt S o'clock, in Sanders Theatre, which has been placed nt the disposal of the league by the courtesy of 11 nrvard university, The program for the evening will consist of introductory remarks by President C. W. Eliot, remarks by Mr. Edmund Reardon on the work of the executive committee of the league, remarks by it. n. Dana on the extension ol the merit system. Introduction of Mr. It Fulton Cutting, president of the Citizens' I'nlon of New York City, by Mayor Daly, and nn nddress by Mr. Cutting. I'titil T..">r. admission will be by ticket only. The doors will then be thrown open to the public. Indies will be most welcome. Two seats will he reserved for each member who applies for them, nnd ns mn...

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