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FIRST DANCING PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 13 February 1904
FIRST DANCING PARTY. The lirst dancing party of "The Bachelors" was held In the Town hall. Watcrtown. Wednesday evening, and nn enjoyable time was had by all those present. The Bachelors' Club Is composed of young men from the Mt. Auburn district. The dancing was under the direction of Floor director .lohn A. Tiniony, assisted by Charleß I. Callahan and the following aids: .lames .1. Callan. V. 0. Smith. T. -I. Horgan. X. H. Griffin, V. F. Durnain. James X. Stanley. Thomas F. Flnnegan. Thomas A. Ilogau. Frank Callan, .lohn A. Hogan. The following reception committee snw that the guests of the evening were well provided for: R. 11. Grlffln. V. O. Smith and Thomas A. Hogan. The officers are: president, .1. A. Timon.v; vice-president. C. I*. Callahan; financial secretary. It. 3. Dumaiii; recording secretary, T. .1. Horgan: treasurer, .1..1. Callan; sergeant-at-arms, .). T. Stanley; lecturer, P. 0. Smith. The board of. directors are: P. O. Smith. T, A. Hogan, 11. H. Griffin, Frank T. Cn...
ANNUAL ATHLETIC MEET. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 13 February 1904
ANNUAL ATHLETIC MEET. Much enthusiasm was manifested at the annual Indoor athletic meeting of the Cambfldgeport (i. A. held in the gymnasium on Prospect street Monday night. There were some good events, and the contestants In the main were well matched. . The gymnasium Is bringing out some pretty good talent along nearly all lines of athletic*, and those bach of the Institution are deserving of credit for the manner In which the work Is handled. Following are the results of fho finals In the various contests: 20-yiird dUb, seinl-llnals and finals: First heat -Won by F. Williamson. Time S 4-."is. Second heat Won by B. .1. Itreen. Time:: 4-ris. Thiol heat—Won by (!. 1.. Warner, Time 2 l-."s. Fourth heat Won by it, Steams. Time •_' 4-os. ~, . Fifth -heat -Won by F. McCarthy. Time 'J 4-."«. Final bent Won by M. Steams, Volbniann school, lift.; second. 13. Williamson. ('. (1. A., irt. Time WIS, -SSiiynrcl run. Won by X. .1. Itreen. C (i. A,. 4(1 yards; second. 11. .1. 11c(fulness. 11. ('...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 13 February 1904
CHAS. E DAVIS, - - Optician I EYES N0 FEE EXAMINED NECESSARY j&amp; DAVIS METHOD NOW AT 367 BoyUton Street I Flight Elevator JAMES T. BARRETT, General Contractor. 619 CAMBRIDGE STREET. Estimates Furnished for Every Kind of Work. Telephoue Connection. JAMES J. SHEA JOHN t. SHEA SHEK BROS. Undertakers and Embalmers Wareroomi, 9 PEARL STREET Office, 407 Cambridge Street. /JAMES J. SHEA, 75 F' fth Street - Residences . . . \j oH n t. SHKA. 91 Otis Street. B ' Telephone No. OSSyti Why Go to Boston to Buy a Piano? When I can save you from 10 to 25 per cent on any pi m o, 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. Democrats Republicans-No Partiality Our Usual LOW PRICES To All. WM. H. WOOD &amp; CO., Lumber Merchants P7 O'BRIEN * SON, FLORISTS 1022 MASS. AYE., CAM...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 13 February 1904
LAWYERS. Telephone wul » Main. DIETRICK, DUNCAN &amp; WOLCOTT Attorneys at Law, no STATE ST., Rooms 803-804 BOSTON, MASS. Evening Office, 671 riassachusetU Avenue, Cambridge. FRANCIS P. CURRAN, Lawyer, 20 Pemberton Square, Huston, Mass. Law Oftlces, a&gt; lViiiberton Square, Huston. 12*7 till) market. Residence, Hotel Majestic, Cambridge, ',172-3 Cambridge. Telephone, 2433-4 Mam ARTHUR L. FARnZLL, Attomay and Counsollor-at-Law," 23 Court Street, Kciotlis 2JII illllt 2_'l BOSTON, • - - MASS. Resilience: 17a Spring St., EAST Camiiiiiijiik. JAHES B. VALLELY, Counsellor-at-Law. llrigg.l Ilulldlng, . . . Rooms HMD, 293 Washington Street, Boston. Tel., Main, 629, Residence, till Aniorj St., Caiubridgeport. JOHN J. SCOTT, COUNSBLLOR • XT • LHUi 6io Pemberton Building, Pemberton S(|iiare, . . Boston. Residence, j Leonard Avenue. Telephone, llaymarket 2230. James 1). iliii &amp; William J. Greene Attorneys and Counsellors-at-Law. LYCEUM HUILIIIXO, HARVARD SQUARE Willi...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 13 February 1904
Printing J. FRANK FACEY 36 Prospect Street, Cambridge. Allied Printing Trades Council Label Telephone 1265-3. BUY TUB; SENTINEL OF D. B, Sl.auglii.6ssy &amp; Son BOOK STORE Newspapers, Stationery, Periodicals, Etc., Etc. 278 CAMBRIDGE STREET (Opp. Institute lluildingl BAST CAMBRIDOE, MASS. Subscriptions for all Magazines and Papers. Newspapers, Magazines, and Periodical&gt; A SPECIALTY. GREEN-BEER CO. 32 PROSPECT STREET. M. DONOVAN, PRACTICAL UPHOLSTERER And Bedding Manufacturer Dealer In Brass and Iron Beds, Mattresses, Feathers, Furniture Coverings, and all kinds of Upholstering and Bedding Supplies, ('ouches and Morris Chairs made to order- Mattresses and Furniture repaired to look as good as new. 1224 Cambridge Stoat, CAMBRIDGE, MASS, Near Prospect Street. H. E. WALSH , WHOLESALE LUMBER =■ k !112 Water Street, k : BOSTON. MASS. WHITE" PINE, YELLOW POPLAR, s HARD WOOD. SB New Brunswick Cedar Shingles. Selling Agent for tbe Hills'at Hardwood I urn her Co old Fort &...
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 20 February 1904
THE CAMBRIDGE SENTINEL VOL. I. No. 17. &lt;ALLIED PRINTING TRADE COUNCIL BOSTON, MASS.&gt; 81 CAMBRIDGE, MASS, FEBRUARY, 20, 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 20, 1904.
A LITTLE HISTORY Of Acting Chief Pullen. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 20 February 1904
A LITTLE HISTORY Of Acting Chief Pullen. Taken From the] Files ol a "Non-Partisan Paper, What the "I Am" Oflicer Has Been in the Past. It was on .May "&gt;lli. 1888 thai there was priiiled in tlie Cambridge Chronicle the following. It was an editorial and was written witli the full knowledge of the events then happening and past. The whoV tiling makes very good rev ling at tills time, especially after the editorial of lasl week in tbe same paper wh'n b lauds Hie gentleman who was then no severely condemned. We give the editorial in full, and after reading It what will the citizens think If the acting chief's orders to the men Unit they be like himself be carried out'/
WHITEWASH FOR SALE. APPLY AT CAMBRIDGE CITY HALL. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 20 February 1904
WHITEWASH FOR SALE. APPLY AT CAMBRIDGE CITY HALL. "Our readers will see by our report of the doings of the board of aldermen that the committee on police bus reported in favor of removing Patrolmen Evans mid Eaton from the force and reducing sergeant Pullen to the ranks. Mayor Pox, join lv supporting this report, and Aldermnn Bead dissents. At the moment of adjournment Inst (Monday, the board managed to dispose of inly One of these cnses, thnt of Sergeant Pullen, and Its notion on the matter is probably a fair forerunner of what is to come on the other two. tin nn it ion of Alderman Bussed, it was voted to simply reprimand the sergeant. The other cases were laid ou the table until a future meeting. For n clear unadulterated whitewashing job the whole action of the board on the police cnses brought before It will outdo anything we have known tit City Hall for half a dozen years. It has been clear for a long Mine that the aldermen have determined to do nothing, which shall seem to jus...
ALMOST BLOWS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 20 February 1904
ALMOST BLOWS. The following Is not n partisan account of trouble In the Non-partisan ranks but Is taken from the Boston Globe of Tuesday last. It Is but a sample of whst can be expected from a tke pure unadulterated, Non-partisan Incompetency which will be found throughout the city under Mayor Daly.
CLASH IN CAMBRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 20 February 1904
CLASH IN CAMBRIDGE. ;iiq»t. ofStfoats '"lukus Objects to Being Longer Interfered wllh by Councilman Monk. Councilman Sydney Monk of the Cuiiibiidge city government wants Supt George Cltikns of the street department, removed, Mayor Daly bus thus far declined to accede to the councilman's request. For sonic days' Mr. Monk lias been complaining to Mr. Clukus of the condition of the streets nnd drove over the streets with him and pointed out certain places which be thought should be attended to nt ouce, Later Mr. Clukus drove over the I Sine. .Monk called the mayor up on the telephone soon after nnd asked him if be did not think that the afreets were in a horrible condition, the mayor answered that, uuder the circumstances, he believed Mr. Clukus had done exceedingly well. * Air. Monk, according to an authoritative source, al3o called up the Boston elevated road and had a conversation regarding the condition of the streets. Mr. Clukus In the meantime had notilled the elevated people tha...
A SLICK THIEF [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 20 February 1904
A SLICK THIEF Operating As a Harvard Student in the Upper Part of the City. Many Houses Robbed. There is now and has been for some time un epidemic of small thieving going mi in this city. The greater liar of this Is done by those who represent themselves as Harvard students and thus gain au entrance to the house. Sometimes they want a room and when the house Is full they will cull for a student, for they can find his name in the catalogue, and selecting a recitation hour when the student will, in all probability, lie absent ask lo wait for him. As soon am be Is left, in either case the thief goes through the house in a systematic manner and takes everything easily portable. Mrs. Fife, on Cambridge street, between Sumner and Irving streets is tlie latest to be visited by one of these thieves although very few houses have escaped during the past year, iiiis one hired a room, offered a check for |60; offered to pay four weeks in advance, but fortunately the lady did not wish lo cash t...
A SURPRISE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 20 February 1904
A SURPRISE. There wns a pleasant surprise sprung on City Physician William G. Brottsseatt on Monday evening Inst, the occasion being the thirty-first anniversary of the birth of the genial doctor. Almut a hundred of his friends gathered nt bis residence, No. 2222 Massachusetts avenue and presented him wllh nn offlce nnd Morris chair. Among those present were: Supt. Goodrow nud Mrs. Goodrow of the city home; Mrs. Lcßonte, ex-Alderman Joseph C. Anthler, Mrs. Authler, Miss Dorcas Authier, Overseer of the Poor F. X. Masse, Rlchton T. Bailey and Mrs. Mnllev, Eugene Masse and Mrs. Masse, .7. T. Varney, William Varney, Charles Branchemln and Mrs. Beauchemln,, Eugene B. Marrler and Mrs. Merrier, Geo. Vorcell and Mrs. Vorcell. Napoleon Mnrcotte an«UMrs. Marcotte, Dr. John P. Nolllgan, Miss Zetn Marrler, Miss Anna La Flamme, Miss Amanda Varney, Charles Onlinghun and Mrs. OulTlitfilnO. Miss tiotilii. Joseph Vitrney. F. Kpucher. Paul llroiisscuti. Oscar l.alialr. Peter .Vrceneau, Joseph Paris, ...
THE HENDRICKS CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 20 February 1904
THE HENDRICKS CLUB Holds Its First Entertainment and Dance in Cypress Hall. A Vast Throng Present and the Affair a Pronounced Success. It can be truthfully stated Hint tbe first annual entertainment and dunce or the Hendricks club lv Prospect hall on .Monthly evening last was an uni|ualllled success, Tbe hull was crowded with the members of the dub and tlieir friends and jay reigned supreme. At about~&amp;3o commenced an exceptionally attractive mid somewhat lengthy program of entertainment, which included many spciultles of songs, dancing and nioiiologues by local favorites. Following the outertnluMii'iii there was dancing until 2 o'clock. Golderfs orchestra furnishing music. In charge of the Hour was Owen T. J. McKenna. assisted Icy Charles W. Gardner. The olds were: William Seeley. George Forherglll, John J. Morris, .lames t. Jordan, Thos Jordan, Richard .1. ltyiin. William .1. Biiekett. Patrick Millllore. 'liiomas McDermott. James Daley, Dennis ,L I.lndian. Albert Bullff...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 20 February 1904
Inspector of Milk P. P. Shsrples has appointed Clcmencc ,T. Hogan, 22 years old, to be assistant Inspector and collector of samples in that department to succeed 10. Wellington Abbott, resigned. Mr. Hogan is the son of Mr. Matthew Hggan of 48 Russell street. Hie is employed ss a conductor on the Boston elevated road. He will be required to work only a few hours each day and will receive $400 a year for his work.
THE "SENTINEL'S" GOSSIP On Current Events and Happenings. A Few Things Observed by Him as He Patrols His Post. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 20 February 1904
THE "SENTINEL'S" GOSSIP On Current Events and Happenings. A Few Things Observed by Him as He Patrols His Post. I have been very much amused during tbe past week or ten days at tho strenuous exertions which are made by prominent ' Republicans and, of course, Non-partisans In hunting cover whenever that Rounds-Dnlllnger &amp; Co. police bill is mentioned, Now I have been very anxious .to dlscoved In Just whose fertile brain nnd collosal imagination this bill hint Its Inception, and 1 have mndo diligent search und enquiry to this end, but thus far without fluditig any person who is willing to stand sponsor for it. Even the genial senator himself repudiates the thing in toto. When I asked If he could not let go nn inkling as to the person who had handed him the bill to Introduce he laughingly replied Hint it was Impossible, but nt the same time hastened to add that he wished It to be thoroughly understood that he was not even sponsor for the bill, and furthermore he did not even...
ONLY TEN CHURCHES [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 20 February 1904
ONLY TEN CHURCHES And Two Halls in the Entire City Meet the Requirements ol the Fire Ordinance. Great Negligence In the Past. There seems to have been very great negligence on the part of somebody in relation to the erection of buildings In this city in the past, which arc used for places Of public t'sseinbly for Superintendent of Buildings Tracy reports that of all the fifty-throe churches there are only ten which fulfill the requirements of tln- law as regards means of Ingress and egress. These are as follows: St. James, nl the corner of Massachusetts avenue and Beach street; Kpworth M. E., on Massachuetts avenue; St. John's Memorial al Mason nnd Brattle sts.; Itiverslde Alliance, in Bollard place; Grace M. E.. on Magazine nnd Perry streets; Emanuel Baptist, Main st. near Massachusetts avenue; Swedish Evangelical Mission, Hampshire and Norfolk streets; the Evengellcal on Williams street and St. Bartholomews at No. 108 Columbia street. In regitrd to the halls of llu'-clly out of fo...
ANNUAL SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 20 February 1904
ANNUAL SALE. The annual sale in aid of the free bed"fund of the Hospital Aid Society of the Holy Ghost Hospital for liicura hies will take place on April 11. IB and 1(1. The Board of Directors have already made two Innovations with regard to this year's sale. The ttrsl Is to hold It at the Hospital, mid the second Is to postpone It till after ' rn'. Heretofore the annual sales were held In either .I'nion or Brattle hall, usually about the middle or latter part of&lt; Lent. Union hall having fallen Into disuse and Brattle hall being too small, the board decided to make an experiment by using the lecture hall of the hospital, the centre of activity fhll year. Tho management of the wnole nlTalr will be In the hands of the ways and means committee of the lloso'tal \id Society, which Is made up of the following persons: .las. A. Mclves. Ii 11. La Pierre, P. F. Deady, Fred .1. White. 11. .1. Cunningham. Miss Jennie Sen* nott. Mrs. B. Kelleher, Mrs. .Thus. McCarthy. Mrs. B. Moynaha...
MERCHANTS PROTEST At the Use of Trading Stamps [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 20 February 1904
MERCHANTS PROTEST At the Use of Trading Stamps They Form an Association and Will Perfec Plans to Push the Matter Before the Legislature, Almost from the inception of tbe movement to induce thu merchants to use the trailing stamps there baa been dissatisfaction among the business men in general against this method of affairs and meet lugs have been held iv all sections of the East, at least, to devise some means of obviating what they consider Is n detriment to their business which Is Ingendered by Ihe use of those stamps. The aid of the Legislature has been Invoked several times, but us yet these movements have proved futile. On last Sunday tlie Cambridge Merchants' association held a meeting in 1 limnll hall to talk over the mutter nnd consider what would be best to do In the premise*, Tlie meeting was very largely attended by merchants of Boston and ..Cambridge, and there were many speakers who freely gave tlieir opinion of what they consider an evil in the use of these stamps. A ...
DEATH OF SENATOR APSEY'S FATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 20 February 1904
DEATH OF SENATOR APSEY'S FATHER. Itev. Dr. Wm. S. Apsey. who was for 21! years pastor of the North Avenue Baptist Church. Cambridge, died last Sunday morning at his home, 80 Orchard street, West Somervllle, at the age of (17 years. \ somewhat remarkable coincidence is found in the fact Hint Hey. Alexander M. Averill, who was Hrsi pastor of the North Avenue Baptist Church, died last Sal unlay at his homo In West Somervllle, Itev. Dr. Apsey wns born in Wales and lame lo this country witli bis parents when 8 or 10 years obi. They settled lv New York state, in istii be wns graduated at Madison, now Colgate University, New York, ami he also received his degree Of D, D. from Hint Institution. Hla lirst pastorate wns at Bennington. Vt. He enme from there to, Cambridge where he accepted the pastorate of the North Avenue Church in October. 1868,. He remained in tills pastorate until Dec. 30, 1804. when lie preached his farewell sermon., Since then he has lived n quiet retired life. Dn Oct. 3...