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WORKS BOTH WAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 13 February 1904
WORKS BOTH WAYS. The following is from the Press of this week and is worth repeating: Alderman Anderson has been rather severely criticised In stralght-laced .Nonpartisan circles fur his re -e it bolting of the Democratic side of the question of confirming the appointment of Chief Pullen and tlie discr nilnatlon against ex-chief Cunningham, and his opposition to Mayor Daly's appointment of W, .1. Hernia as a call lire man. in some quarters he has been qilte bitterly condemned lor his Independent action. We wonder if Alderman Da Is, chairman of the Repibllcan City Committee, and one ol t le foremost rvon-ptrtlsin work'rs. will be equally condemned for his action la=t night In voting lo have Mayor Italy's appointment Of Jobs ' Lynch, for constable, tabled? Alderman Davis had his reasois f.ir taking such action, a? did Alderman Carstein, who voted with him, We suppose Alderman AndCrsuu had equally good reaBOiig for his acton. A little more adherence to conscience and a little less lo p...
GOOD GOVERNMENT LEAGUE [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 13 February 1904
GOOD GOVERNMENT LEAGUE Holds Its" Annual Meeting at Saunders' Theatre. A Slim Attendance Despite Efforts to Contrary. The Hood liovernmenl League had its annual meeting at Saunders' theatre 0,1 Monday celling last.. There Was a special effort made to have the spacious theatre jit least well tilled, as tickets were freely "distributed and there was even a itreanous movement made to Induce the Harvard students to attend, but |n this there was nut the sue C-.S desired, as the attendance was ■ntsll.- on the platform seats bad bean arranged for a multitude", but the following who were' there scarcely tilled 1 third pf the seats: Lawrence Minot. preSiueuf of the nostoi League,. Aldermen I'nrstcln. Lake, and Coveney, : halrman of the Health Board, it, X. laenherg, ex-Rcii.-esoniniiw .1..1. .\ley-. es. r. 11, Raymond. Councilman Stevens. Superintendent of streets George Clukas, Clerk of Committee McDuffie. School Principal William i. Hrsdbu'ry, .lohn Hopewell. ex-May ore Hull. Allen. Dickin...
HENDRICK'S CLUB DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 13 February 1904
HENDRICK'S CLUB DANCE. An entertainment and dance will be given by the Hendrlck club at Prospect ball, Malta Temple, on Monday evening. Feb. 15. A large array of talent has been secured for the entertainment. This club was organized as a Democratic- club on Sept: 1. 1003, with Thos. Doris as president, and took an active part in last state and municipal election, doing good work on naturalization and registration, getting large gain for the party ticket in the precincts In which they worked. The club intends to enlarge it-s Held of labor the coming year and work in other precincts of wards I and (1, The club has on its rallying committee; Robert Law. president Middlesex A. A.-J Thomas McHermott. Councilman Kneeland. .lames Jordan, Thomas Doris. George MeXamara and C. W. Gardner, The officers of the club are: Owen McKcnna. president: Charles W. Gardner, vicepresident: .lohn .Morris, financial secretary; Richard Ryan, treasurer, and William .1. Rrlokett. sergeant-at-arms. A number of ...
THE VETERAN'S DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 13 February 1904
THE VETERAN'S DANCE. The nth annual ball of the Red jacket Veteran Firemen's association was held in Prospect hull lust Friday evening, with n large attendance and a good-time. The hull was made particularly attractive for the occasion by n liberal display of hunting and Bleiunors, uiidmnung the guest s-sprcs-Cul were many veterans from (he neighboring cities ami towns. Henry Pierce was in charge of the tloor. and he was assisted by W. ('. Story and Chillies Mct'lnrty. The following were Ihe aids: O. .1. Lingley, .1. E. itairci. ii. Webber, S. Fillebrciwn. A. I'ossl. .lohn. R. Lyons. M. Daly. Joseph Moran. .1. SiilHvan. J. W. 'Alexander. M. F. Agnew, .1. Sullivan, w. W. Smith. The reception committee consisted of W. S. Chambers. !■'. W. Madden. C. Emerson. W. T. King, William A. Emery. Hen. W. Mcintyre, ,1. F. Smith. Edward Uooney, n. p. Champlln, William Doiueite, E. E. Dearborn. '1 he march was led by 'Frank W. Madden nnd Mrs. Oscnr F. Llngley, followed by Senalor William J. Round...
BRYAN CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 13 February 1904
BRYAN CLUB. At the regular meeting of the llrynri club on Wednesday evening last, the resolutions of endorsement of W. X. Hearst as a presidential candidate were indefinitely postponed. It was voted to Invite George Fred Williams to be Its guest and speak at Its next meeting Wednesday evening, Mnrch 0. George E. McNeil, John P. Steams, John BuckIcy and John Lynch were appointed a committee to appear before the Finance Committee of, the-city government In favor of a subway under the tracks of the Boston A Maine between Raymond street and Rlndge field.
LOCAL BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 13 February 1904
LOCAL BREVITIES. It 1b expected that the position of librarian of the public library will In* given to Walter 11. Krlggs of Lexington avenue, who Is at present In charge of the reading room In the llarviird library. The following people from Ill's city have piißßed examinations for admission to the Massachusetts bar: Oscar F. Hooper, Alexander Cummmgs, Ripley L. Dana, William V. Donovan. August (i. (iiithin. Henry .lames. 2d, Robert V. .lame*. Urenvilla S. McFtirland. Charles 11. MeSweency, William A. Parker and, Krnest W. Smith. HOIIU It, llalley Is chalrinnii of the examining board. The committee on public- property held a meeting on Thursday evening and It was voted to give lleorge Fogarty. who by the way Is a partner of Mayor Duly in dormitory property on Masasehusetts avenue, the sum of (800 for duplicate plans" or the I'eabody school for ii new school in Ward 7. Thin Is worth the prlv lege or making any allegations which the committee or the superintendent, of public property ...
THIRD GRAND SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 13 February 1904
THIRD GRAND SOCIAL. in Armory hall, Brattle square, was held the third grand social of tho William On' branch. Cnlted Irish league. About Hill people were present. The music was furnished by Mclnncs' orchestra. Floor director William T. Phelai,. assisted by Timothy W. Haley, and Miss Mnry Dolan. chief ot aids, with Hie following aids, hud charge of the HiKir during the dancing: ■ ", .1..1. Cooney. Patrick Doyle, Themis o'llnrn. it. 3. Donhin. T. McUllllcuddy. William Ware, .1. F. Ryan, Michael cieary, William Drlscoll, .lohn Mahoney, R. .7. Cronin. Miss M. ',;. Ma.-k, Miss May M. Doyle, Miss M. Fil&gt;,gerald, Miss (lertrnde Haley, Miss losephlno" Keough, Miss Kllzabeth Keougii. iMlss Mary O'llarn, Miss .7. CofTey. Miss c. Coffey, Miss A. Connelly, dins C. Crowley, Miss May Church. The refreshments were served by the following refreshment committee: Mrs. T. W, Haley, Mrs. Mary Mcllugh, Mrs. Daniel Keough, Mrs. Nell, Mrs. Annie Clark, Mrs. T. O'Hara.
THE NON-PARTISANS EAT And Incidentally Hear Speeches and Sing a Few Verses to the Tune of Mr. Dooley. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 13 February 1904
THE NON-PARTISANS EAT And Incidentally Hear Speeches and Sing a Few Verses to the Tune of Mr. Dooley. A very select (?) party gathered al 'Riverbaiik court 00 Wednesday evening nt'the Non-partisan "love feast," to 'celebrate the victory In the last municipal campaign Of course everyone was tickled to ileal Ii to lie there and Master of Ceremonies CtutnipJlii beamed with satisfaction on his Mini-wart-cohorts. There were seventythree ill the gathering, It being for the Non-partisan ward and city committee but there were others of Hie .workers present us Invited* guests. Immediately after the banquet Walter C. Will'ilwell, in liebiilf of the members of Ihe committee; presented lieu. Clitiiii|illii, who was presiding, With a handsome gold walcb chain unci seal, suitably Inscribed, In recognition of his work in the committee's behalf, He also presented n handsome bouquet to lieu. Cliiiuipliii fur Mrs. Cbumpllii. Tlie Ward II committees reported tile resignation of Philip I. Sharpies ami ...
A SAD DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 13 February 1904
A SAD DEATH. The sudden death of Susan !•'., wife ol .lohn J. (in tidy, at her late vesldence, 14 1 Irani street, on Thursday, 1111110 an a blow to the many friends of the couple, she was a woman who had endeared herself, not only to her immediate relatives, lint to S wide circle of friends. The funeral will lie held from St. I'aul'H church this morning, requiem high mass being celebrated tit Ito'clock. She will lie burled In St. Paul' cemetery. In Arlington. A delegation from Cambridge Aerie, F. (I. IS., Ol which organization her husband is a member, will attend, and also delegations from other orders with which he Is alliliatcil. she leaves a large family of children, be-dde her husband to 11111:1 m her loss.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 13 February 1904
Cased by Tsfph.,,. 14.1-2 C.-brid... j, NBUIOANt w. h. enos &amp; co., Funeral Died i ttlii, Wholesale ami Retail Healers in Officii ash Waufkoomb 24 Rice St., NORTH CAMBRIDGE. |_~ 0 Ir\**r\ *» Superintendent of North Cambrlda Cemetery. H3U 1.1 3 111 Af rPPnC Telephone ICWI Cambridge. linVi UlUlllw I UUUO N, K**t Calls Answered Promptly. 97 Concord Avenue, daniel p. danehy. CAMBRIDGE, HASS. \ g. r whiting * co. Funeral Director and EntMUmer, UNION STABLES 34 R , nd(re Avenue, HflCn.llißj, DUOrQinQ OnO oilf, vx&amp;m? f,r ¥amnu] ""- Fior *' STABLBS. - - HORSES FOR SALE. ,„ , , „ ' , . . , , ~ 'I elephone Connection. We have constantly on hand a full assortment of Gentlemen's Drivers, Business, •»« ""wl'-H »&gt;"■ tarslng. Draft and Saddle Hoises. Acclimated ' llaud Sawing and Moulding Kamily and Matched Pairs a Specialty. ICAAP Mrl PAN All Horses Warranted as represented, but ISrt/w im,Lnftl*l| not against sickness. OFFICE AMD STORE FIXTURES, No. 420 Green St....
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 13 February 1904
I.EGAI, NOTICE. COMMONWEALTH 01' .MASSAchl'skitx, .Middlesex, ss. PROBATE COURT. To the helri-at-law. next of kin anil all other persons Interested In the eslateol'llicharil Who.is! ey. late of Cambridge. In said County, decease:!. Whereas, a certain instrunient purporting to be the last will anil testament of said deceased have beep presented to j uid court, for probate, by Catherine X. Whorlskey, who praya that latter) testamentary may be famed to her, the executrix therein named, Without giving a surely on her official bond. You are hereby cited to appear at a Probate Court, to be held at Cambridge in said County of .Middlesex, on the Brat day of March, A. I&gt;. 1004, ut nine o'clock in the forenoon, to show cause, It'any you have, why the same Should not lie granted. And said pet tinner is hereby directed to give public no'Uee thereof by publishing this citation nice in each wee).-, for thrre uccesslve weeks, in the Cambridge, Sent'liel, a iii'ws|i:i|i r published 1 " 1...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 13 February 1904
j. Leo Mcdonald &amp; co. House Painting, Graining, Paper Hanging, Glazing, In ertor Decorating. OFFICE,... 22 ELIOT STREET. Tel. Cambridge (14,1, Shop, 3s Church St W. 11. Holt's &lt;Hd Stand CHBS, KTKIISS Si. CO. PAPER HANGERS, WHITENING, KALSOMININB, TINTING, WHITEWASHING. Exterior and Interior Decorating. Will Piper Mouldings, Painting, Gluing, to. 27-29 Prospect Street, CANIBRIOCCFORT. |*F"Near Central Sep Tel. 77-.--: i Cambridge, H. J. SHAW, Sui'iTMMn in Miller A. Shaw, -Manufacturer &lt;&gt;!' Portable Steam Hoisting Engines, Hammers.-Nippt"* etc., for rile Driving; Holts, TrUMttli ft.ud other Iron Work fo. iintlges uiul Jiuildin" -. MACHINERY FOR HOISTING ICE, llydi-niiic Presses and General Machinery, Special attention paid to Machine and - Automobile Repairiner. Cor. Sixth Street and Broadway, Cambridgeport, Mass. E. J. DUNPHY Dealer in Watches. Clocks, Diamonds, Jewelry, Silverware, Optical Goods. Rnaotal utii-iitinn given to Fine Watch, (...
CITY GOVERNMENT [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 13 February 1904
CITY GOVERNMENT The cnlcl weatlior and the lacß of anything of more than imsHiim Interest was the cause of there being some-, thl nit less than a crowded house at the Besting of the lioard of Aldermen Tuesday evening. Every member was present. The mayor untitled the hoard that he hail promoted ('buries Knierson, a ladderman. to he c aptalu In the tire department In plnce of Captain I'iiiiiiliibham. who Is pensioned. William T. rhelan was con'lrnied as an iiui'tloneer. ns was also Martha Ilrown and Sewell 11. Severens to be weighers of coal. ami the latter to he a measurer of wood nnd bark. The committee on highways reported Inexpedient on the order appropriating $16,000 for the purchasing of a stone ledge In Cllftoadale. Permission wtta Bruited to ew England Telephone nnd Telegraph Company of Massachusetts to attach wires on the poles of the IClectrlc Light Company on the following streets: tiore, two iKiles: Itlndge avenue, six poles, and Cherry street."two poles, l'ole locations w...
COMMON COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 13 February 1904
COMMON COUNCIL. Tho common council meeting was one of the shortest, on record. It lnstetl about lIS inlniite.s, I'oiiiicllmen N'clllrrii and .Sniitliers were absent. The prlnclpn! linsiiicss lieing orders for In-c-re.ise In Ihe nnlnrles of the can-men !n the (Ire department, Memorial Day, Fourth of .Inly anil l.aiior Day c-elehrn-tlons. and list of permanent city employees. .The usual routine business from the hoard of alderman was transacted. Councilman Smlthers ofTcred an ordrr thnt the heads of departments and executive hoards of this city be requested to furnish to the city clerk the numher and nanies of all permanent employee! In said departments and hoards, with the amount of salary or. wagos paid and the services performed. The list as furnished to be printed by the city clerk for the uae of the city council and the expense thereof to be charged to the contingent fund. Referred to the Ilnance committee. Councilman Downey offered an order In amendment of nn ordnance entitled d...
"OLD ACRE FOLK." [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 13 February 1904
"OLD ACRE FOLK." "(lUI Acre Kolk" was played to a full house in tin? Newtowne hall, last livening' by tbe class of '05 of tho KugHhli High lohool. The parte were acti'(l and the good point* wore well received by the audience. The plot was ii OHM of true love that does not run sinotlily. The farmer*! son Is In Jove with the daughter of tho grasping ambitious, squire, who turns her out In the snow to perlfdi when lie lonriiH of her love for the fanner's boy. She Is found by her future father-in-law and brought to his house Just before' her lover arrives from a Journey undertaken to vindicate his honesty. In fact this long-delayed arrival of the hero is used by the author to Create the suspense during the entire seCond act. And 'Us cleverly done. For comedy tbere is the neighbor's boy, who Is "sparkln'" the farmer's daughter: and Miss Prim, the splnslor sister of the lieni-t less sister. It was presented with the following east: Tho Deacon StUlinan Davie, Jr. 11 Is wife Isabel I^uch Il...
UNION BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 13 February 1904
UNION BALL. The lads and lasses and the friends of Clans Stewart, McDougall and Lindsay tilled to overflowing ltoughan hall In Charlestown. Thursday evening, on Hie Occasion of the first union concert and ball of the above clv ns. • From eight o'clock until nearly eleven the following concert was attentively listened to by nearly 800 people who thoroughly enjoyed the good things presented for their aniusement. Mr. and Mrs. William 1, Ueardon made the hit of the evening with their Humorous vocal duet, "After the Ball." Overture Wilkinson's Orchestra Piano solo, "Annie I^urle," Miss Kiln Cunningham Duet, "Crooklt Bnubee" Mine. Barntlo and' Mr. Geo. Sykes Beading. "Mrs. Whirter's Silver Waddin'," Miss Agnes Hyde Song, "Angus Mac Donald," Mine. Barutlo Dance; "Highland Fllftjg",, ,„.^.,,- ; Miss Nlblet Wood; Song,."Macdregor's oatbering," ""'"* Mr, fleo. Kykes Duet, Violin and Piano, Helected, Master Paul Vogt and Miss Helen MncDougall Humorous Vocal Duet. "After the Ball" Mr. and Mrs. ...
NORTH CAMBRIDGE VETERAN FIREMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 13 February 1904
NORTH CAMBRIDGE VETERAN FIREMEN. The North Cambridge Veteran Firemen's association are working hard to make their second annual ball which Ih to lie hold lv Cypress hall, I'at riots' Hay eve, April IN, a success. One of the active workers of the association is lirst assistant foreman Daniel MeKillop. A meeting will be held in Francis hall, on Baldwin street, tomorrow at 2.110 o'clock when the committee will make a report on the progress they are making. MR. WILLIAM L. RKARDOX. DANIEL McKILLOP. Kirst Assistant Foreman North Cambridge Veteran Fireman's Association.
BOARD OF HEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 13 February 1904
BOARD OF HEALTH. The regular meeting or the bonrd of health was held on Wednesday evening, tin motion of .1..1. Scott, lir. McGirr was reappointed physician to the d'.ohtheria nospltiil and Dr. Scnnott ".iy bacteriologist unanimously, .lames 11. Soper was re-electee, cierk and Dr. Edwin Farnham medical inspector mil physician to the board. Mr. Scott's motion that llrs. Clancy, Fleet, Xelligan, Fltr.slmiiions. Crowley and Leahy lie appointed inspectors in the various public schools and Drs. MacCarthy and Barnes as Inspectors In the parochial schools was laid on the table at .tie suggestion of Dr. Weeks.