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The City's Registration. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 5 December 1903
The City's Registration. Last year the registrational the city election was 10,130. Thl* year it has been Increased to 17,228, a gain of: 1,089 for the year. A comparative table ot the rating list for last year and this la a* follow*: WABD 1. State State Otty mauttonn Election, Klsoslod, 11KK. 1908. IMS. Precinct 1 521 620 688 Precinct 2 400 466 487 Total 080 976; 1020 WABD-2. Precinct 1 606 670 627 Precinct 2...... 481. 486 482 T0ta1........ 997 1006 ia&lt;)9 WARD' 3. Precinct 1 088 674 726 Precinct 2 627 607 648 Precinct 8. 484; 606 528 Total 1694 1687 1801 WABD 4; Precinct 1 54&amp; 531 577 Precinct 2...... 484 489 541 Precinct 3. 595 507 651 Total 1621 161T 1769 WABD 5. Precinct 1 608 628 672 Precinct 2 .620 two 649 Precinct 3....... 495 480 498 T0ta1....... 1623 1644 1719 WABD 6. Precinct 1 566 583 644 Precinct 2 604 588 679 Precinct 8...... 574 577 607 Total 1744 1748 1930 WABD 7. Precinct 1 587 682 625 Precinct 2 683 653 694 PreclnctS 629 596 628 Total , 1899 ...
FIRST GRAND BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 5 December 1903
FIRST GRAND BALL. Beneath a canopy of American flags and a glare of electric lights the first grand ball of the Grocery and Provision Clerks, Local 810, was held In Prospect hall, Wednesday evening. The platform was decorated with' beautiful palms and American flags, behind which was heard the sweet strains of music from Condlt's orchestra.; The concert consisted of selections from the orchestra and local talent. The grand march started at 9 o'clock, and was led by Mr. John T. Can- and Miss Mary Lee, followed by John M. Sullivan and Miss B. Carr, Mr. and Mrs. W. Thompson, Mr. Harry Pidgeon and Miss Mabel Buck, and about fifty other couples. The floor was in charge of floor marshal, John F. Carr; floor director, John W. Sullivan; assistant Walter S, Thompson; and the following aids: John Smith, M. F. Murphy, George Tilton, Samuel Simpson, B. A. Webber, John J. McCarthy, Augustine Lombard, Charles Anderson, Fred J. Burgess, Frank T. McNamnra, J. H. Shaughnessy, Charles E. Jelllson, Ch...
ADVERTISE IN THE SENTINEL. CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 5 December 1903
ADVERTISE IN THE SENTINEL. CORRESPONDENCE. TO the Editor of the SENTINEL: A few statements In reply to the attack made by Dr. Nichols upon myself and Dr. McGirr, and the Board of Health in general,;at a Non-partisan rally, Nov. 30. A few weeks after I had been installed in office a physician of high standing, a Republican, residing in the vicinity of Harvard square, informed me that this man, together with two other physicians, were endeavoring to trap me. Some six months, ago, when Dr. Nichols failed in his skilfully covered attempt to catch me, this same physician offered the use ot his name if I cared to expose tbe matter, but I refrained, considering it unnecessary, and that It would not ha Just to Impose on his generosity.. I refer to the Orothers case, which: was one of those he mentioned In Monday night's attack, and in which case we have conclusively shown that he countenanced misstatements in the public press, Wit this case is ancient history and! has been thrashed out befo...
SOCIETY IN FORCE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 5 December 1903
SOCIETY IN FORCE. Cambridge to tore, Tuesday evening at the first of tb* . season's dances, held in Brattle hall. Harvard square.- The matron* were Mr*. Joseph B: Baasell, sister-in-law of the late Governor Win Jam E. Russell, and Mrs. Wright- The decoration* In the ball were unusually artistic They consisted of hundreds of yards of laurel vines festooned around: the sides and ends of the-hall, which with the delicate, pink-tinted' walls, a* a background, forms a wonderfully effective setting. The globes lighting the hall were each held' by a large laurel wreath; while the-seane green outline* the windows, while tbe hangings were . roost effective in green damask, with yellow fleur-de-lis-. The dark cerise plush curtain was surmounted by the laurel. A string orchestra screened behind potted palms and fir tree* outlining the limits of the platform, fur- . nlshed the sweetest music. The sub- . scrlptipn list included practically all the representative "university" set, including the L...
OTHELLO ASOCIATES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 5 December 1903
OTHELLO ASOCIATES. The ninth annual ball given by tho Otbello, Associates in Prospect hall on Monday evening was a decided success. At midnight Caterer George H. Whippern had ready a dainty Supper. Music for the 100 couples on the floor wa* - furnished! .by Wolfe's full orchestra. The committee of arrangements included the following: J. H. Willis, L, M. Carrington, William Ooode, John Bt Mayo, Rufus J. Page, Horace Frank*, Joseph Willi*, Arthur 0. Wilson, Frank Anderson, James E. Canada, Richard T. Page, Mrs. M. A. Epps and Mrs. M. B. Wilson. Among those present were: Mrs. H. Hanson, Miss S. Cheatham, Mrs. X. Marsmon, Mrs. M. Banks, Mrs. J. Epps, Mrs. F. Jefferest, Mrs. Ev Poyer, Mrs. A. Brown, Mrs. Q. Mayo, Mrs. H. Burwell, Mrs. S. Terry, Miss B. Carring, Miss H. Dlllahay, Miss M. Overton, Miss F. Morgan, Mrs. E. Harding, Miss H. Moses, Miss P. Clark, Mrs. E. Butler, Mrs. M. Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. Kerrison, Mis* Bertha Wright, Messrs. J. B. Dollner, E. Harding, T. Wilson, O. Wolff, W...
BIRTHDAY PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 5 December 1903
BIRTHDAY PARTY. The sixteenth birthday of Mis* Minnie Etta Parkin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John It. Parkin, was celebrated last evening at her home, 30 Lopez street. Miss Parkin was the recipient of maay handsome remembrances of the occasion, among them a beautiful diamond ring. The evening was passed pleasantly with parlor games and entertainment furnished by local talent Among the guests were: Dick Melville, Walter Schoales, Eddie Linguist, 'A. Feller, Bobble Union, Timothy Smith, Albert Hancock, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hodgton, Mr. Leavitt, Mr. Anderson, Miss Blanche Leavitt, Miss Grace Leavitt, Miss Margaret McLean, Miss Gertrude Teed, Miss Catharine Galvln, Miss Lucy McGulre, Miss Mamie Brenan, Miss Mamie MoGulrk. Miss Florence Holmes, Mis* Marie Summers, Miss Lizzt-3 Smith, Miss Lena Callahan, Miss Kittle Bonner, Miss Rhoda Bonner, Miss Alice Boudraou, Miss Lillian Robinson, Messrs. Bert Schoales, Joseph Provost, Harry Davidson, Tommy Smith, Bert Hanson, Mike Bushnac, Tim Coveney...
LEFT DESTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 5 December 1903
LEFT DESTITUTE. Through the efforts of Mr* Lewi* Lemon, of 520 Massachusetts avenue, a sum aggregating considerable has been raised for the relief of Mrs. Catharine McMahon and her family of six children, who were burned .out of their home, at 524 Massachusetts avenue, early Saturday morning. Mrs. McMahon, who is a widow, was left destitute, she and the children not having even the necessary clothing to cover themselves. There was no insurance on the furnishings of the house and eight dollars in bills that had been saved for the rent was destroyed with the rest. Since Saturday Mrs. McMahon has been sheltered by a neighbor, Mr. Philip Phillips, and tbe news of her hardship has brought in many contributions of clothes and money,
PROSPECT UNION. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 5 December 1903
PROSPECT UNION. The Prospect Union 'has issued tbe following calendar for December: Saturday, 6th. Smoke Talk, 8 P. M. "Mountain Climbing In the RocKles." Mr. R. S. Fuller. Monday, "7th. Debating Club, 7.80. Wednesday, 9th. Executive Committer, Meeting, 8. P. M. Friday, 11th. Current Events. "Closure In tbe Senate" Mr. W. S. Baer. Saturday, 12th. Smoke Talk, 8 P. M. "The Pacific. Coast." Mr. F. B. Wagner, of California. Monday, 14th. Debating Club, 7.80. Wednesday, 10th. Monthly Lecture, 8 P. M. Professor T. M. Carver, 'on "Wages." Friday, 18th. Current Events, 8 P-. M. "Canadian Itociproclty." Mr. B. T. Saturday, 19th. Smoke Talk, 8 P. iM. "Labrador and the Bsqutraadx.'*' Mr. J. Daniels, of tho Giaatar Bxp*d&gt; Monday, 21st. Debating Club. 7Jt*i Tuesday, 22d to January 3d. Christmas Reces*.
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 5 December 1903
Iton where the new bona* to to b* •ituatod. It U not a long pull from H*rvard Square, bat, It 1* up grade a greater part of the way. Dr. L. L. Bryant and B. D. Melton (off; Tuesday from New York ttor Europe. Dr. Bryant to going over to where he to called In consultation on a special case in London. George B. Harrto of 78 Harvard •treat want to station 2 Monday night and said that he bad fallen out of a twostory window at hi* home. A physician wa* called and examined him, after which he wa* removed to Carney Hospital In tbe police ambulance. The Harvard track candidates wilr begln work Jan. 4. Tbe training will consist of gymnasium exercise until the .men can get out of doors. A feature of this year's work will be a crosscountry run for the long-distance men. At .the ¥. M. C. A. alleys Monday evening Hillside defeated tbe Y. M. O. A. team- in a hotly contested game by toiling a total of 1217. The Hillside, took three straight strings. It is the second time this season that the two te...
CITY GOVERNMENT BOARD OF ALDERMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 5 December 1903
CITY GOVERNMENT BOARD OF ALDERMEN. Use only debate of any kind that took place at tbe meeting ot tb* board wa* Alderman Ooveney'. remark* about architect Barry Duetto Joll. Aid. Ooveney said that "The Inspector of buildInge told Mm that Mr. Joll wa. not competent to Supervise the oonstructlon ot the Him street *cnoolhou*e. Also that tho fact that he acquiesced in the hiring ot an Inspector and allowed him to be paid |4 a day out ot hi* commission proved that he acknowledged it." Aid. Frynn said "that as he understood It. the architect did not hare the time to supervise the construction of the building." Aid. Good, taking the floor, said that "the mayor wa*' away when tbe supervisor was employed, and that it was a part of the contract that a supervisor may be employed. That Mr. Uray employed a supervisor on the oonstructlon of the Latin school, paying Mr. Llttleileld $3.50 a day. He did not know whetber.it was taken out of the treasury or not" The board was called to order at 8.20, P...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 5 December 1903
, .1 My order of the civil service eorumuv■iorers, competitive examination, or applicants for position* in the classified 'service will be held a* follow.: At the Stat* House, Boston, tor tho service of Cambridge: 1904: Jan. 21. Foreman of laborer*, inspectors of work, schedule B, class C. Mar. 81. Police, schedule B, class 3. Mar. 81. Fire, schedule B, class 9. April 18. Clerks, messengers, schedule A, classes 1 and 2. June 7. Schoolhouse janitor*, schedule B, class 11. Jon; 7. Draw tenders, schedule U, class 5. Blank applications can be obtained by applying to Charles H. Mono, secretary of the board of civil service examiners for *ald city, and when filled out, If for city service, should be filed wsth him.. Applications for commonwealth sor-
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 5 December 1903
Wk fa 4n - ' l«wA' ■■ liVWliral F&lt; You see great shoe advertisements in *ffl ttoe-papew. I Bave you ever found any store with the d*es •iwartiata--rTo get actual shoe value for your money you must lay f aside the fairy tales of distracted numufisetaT*w--&lt;&amp;e ***»*" :at ST Footwear for what the I&amp;otwear* really «. Match | ' Rosenberg's shoes with the best shoe bargains you can ifind |.j and the. victory is OURS. ma -t •*&gt;*% *\*\ Donia Ladle** Box Calf and VW Kid Lace: Men's 82.00 Boots Bootß at 9tJBO w&lt;mQOTB , .and Hade in the reigning atyle—of Box are cheap at $2.00 Oalt and leather lined—heavy welted ' •noes and well worth $3.00, At 52.00 Soe Them! 51.50 i *,' : ■ ' Ton ought to *cc and buy a nair of | —————— . ~~ our "apectoT Boots at 52.00. Ehey Men* Heavy Working Boots, made oa 4ItMU Of O*M:Wd Box 0«lt leathers, and they are warranted. 52.00 r Bon" Calf Lace Boot*, all slsee, Well worth $2.00. We have a lot of La...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 5 December 1903
LAWYERS. Telephone 1807-6 Main. DIETRICH, DUNCAN &amp; WOLCOTT Attorneys at Law, no STATE ST., Room. 803-804 BOSTON, MASS. evening Office, 671 rtassachuaett* Avenue, Cambridge. FRANCIS P. CURRAN, Lawyer,ao Pemberton Square, Boston, Mass. Law Offices, ao Pemberton fiijuare, Boston. 1287 Haywarket. Residence, Hotel Majestic, Cambridge, 272-3 Cambridge. Telephone, 2433-1 Main ARTHURX. FARRELL. Attorney and Counsellor-at-Law, 23 Court Street, .. Booms 220 and 221 BOSTON, - . . fcU,B. Bestdsnoai 17. Spring St., k_st Cambhidos. JANES B. VALLELY, , Counsellor-at-Law. llrlggs Building, . . . Rooms 82-M, 293 Washington Street, Boston. Tel., Main, OS, Residence, 30 Amory St., Cambridgeport. JOHN J. SCOTT, COUNSELLOR • RT • L-Kln. &lt; 6io Pemberton Building, Pemberton Square, . . Boston. Residence, 2 Leonard Avenue. Telephone, Haymarket 2286, 1 , I James D. BUT &amp; William J. Greene , Attorneys and Counsellors-at-Law. LYCEUM HUILDtNG, HARVARD SQUARE William J. Greene...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 5 December 1903
fU A DDV ' s?%t tjfc-iiMijjj f/%! ■" ' Architect •71 Maasaohuaatta Avanua, Room* II and 13. CAMBRIDGE, MASS. Telephone, 955-7. George H. Mahady Successor to John Maaady, Real Estate, Insurance &amp; Mortgages omen fit Massachusetts Avenue, Room ao, Cambridge. 16 School Rt., Room 43, Boston, Telephone, Maln3l7M. Resldenoe, sis Huron Aye., Cambridge. Kstntea Managed In an Honest. and Kouuoiuloal Manner. GEORGE H. CARRICK, 'EAL ESTATE and INSURANCE Telephone. 1034 Cambridge. 'OA Brattle Street, Harvard Sq. CAMBRIDGE, MASS. J.H.H.McNAMEECO. Bookbinders H. E. McNamee W. E. Toner We bind all kind, of printed matte/, also old book, in any style binding. 26a Brattle Street, Old Cambridge. B. KELLEHER, GROCERIES and PROVISIONS 117 a Cambridge Street. Boarding, Hack and &amp; &amp; Livery . . The Oxford Stables Oxford and Eustis Sts., North Cambridge. T. W. MILLIEK ft CO., Prop*. Telephone 642. M. CAVANAGH, Manufacturer and Dealer in Harness, Horse ClotMng, And Stable ...
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 12 December 1903
THE CAMBRIDGE SENTINEL VOL. I. No. 7. &lt;ALLIED PRINTING TRADE COUNCIL BOSTON, MASS.&gt; 81 CAMBRIDGE, MASS, DECEMBER, 12, 1903. PRICE TWO 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, DECEMBER 12, 1903.