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PHILIP M. FITZSIMONS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 12 December 1903
PHILIP M. FITZSIMONS. Who received the Democratic nomination for the school committee from Ward 2 was born in Ireland, July 15, 1863. He came to America when he was about 17 years of age. He received his education in the public schools of Ireland, the Boston Latin school, and the Harvard Medical school. He has been a practising physician for the past fifteen years In Cambridge, being situated at 503 Cambridge street He has been a member of the school board for the past. five years and a half, from 1898 to the present time. He is also a member of the board of the Cambridge Public Library. He Is a member Massachusetts Medical society, Cambridge Medical Improvement society, Division 49, A. O. H., Royal Arcanum.
GEORGE A. PERKINS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 12 December 1903
GEORGE A. PERKINS. Who is a candidate for the school committee from Ward 9, Is well known to tbe voters of Cambridge. He was a member of the House ot Representatives in 1886-1880 and 188 a He was appointed a member of the State highway commission by Gov. Russell, and served with distinction. He resides at 7 Everett street WILLIAM L. CASEY, Candidate tor Common Council, Ward 8.
EAGLES ELECT OFFICERS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 12 December 1903
EAGLES ELECT OFFICERS. The annual election of officers of Cambridge Arte, No. 186, F. O. ft, took place at Eagle hall, on Brattle street last Sunday. There was a very large attendance of the members. Tbe following le the list of officers elected: President William Stolba; vice-presi-dent Philip H. Dlehl; chaplain, J. X Cunningham; secretary, John J. Gateley; treasurer, T. H. Kneel and; conductor, C. H. Murphy; Inside guard, W. L. Falon, outside guard, O. J. Harrington; trustees, D. J. O'Brien, William F. Cunningham and Thomas O'Hara; physicians. Dr. George T. Mclntlre and Dr. Charles Feeley. At the next regular meeting which will be held one week from tomorrow, a social will be held and It Is expected that many out of town visitors will be present. The belt makers and pressmen of the Boston Woven Hose, who are out on a strike, are to run an entertainment and dance In Harugari hall, East Cambridge, on Wednesday evening, Dec. 16. While not affiliated with any labor organisation, they ...
THE MAYOR TO CHAMPLIN Shows Mass of Mis-statements [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 12 December 1903
THE MAYOR TO CHAMPLIN Shows Mass of Mis-statements Mads at ths Non-putJsan Rally. A Ringing Speech at ths Bryan Club Tuesday Evening. On Tuesday evening Mayor McNamee said: General Champlln, the chairman of the Non-partisan executive committee, made his first appearance on the platform Monday night. He ie the same person who at s banquet of the Essex Republican Club last summer announced that under no circumstances must you admit that your political opponent is a good fellow. He Is the same person who made a desperate effort to keep in tbe offlce of Superintendent.of Buildings a former appointee of his own who was proved to be entirely unfit for the place. He Is the same person whom Jeremiah F, Donovan tour years ago condemned as a base lngrate, and an enemy of the common people, and a man who In politics could not be trusted to keep faith or tell the truth. He le the same person who, while mayor of the city held his political debts by the appointment to offlce of men who had no oth...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 12 December 1903
UJ jwCambridge. Offlce of the City Clerk, Dec. 7 1906 I certify that tbe following is a list ot all ths candidates duly nominated and questions to be voted for at the city election to be held on December 16, 1008. EDWARD I. BRANDON, ■ City Clerk. To vote for a person mark a cross X In the square at the right of ths name. MAYOR. Vote for one. Augustine J. Daly, 61 Martin Street. Non-partisan Municipal Party. John H. H. McNamee, 60 Mt Vernon Street Democratic. Thomas A. Scott 88 Plymouth Street Socialist. John Sweeney, 76 Prospect Street Socialist Labor Party. ASSESSOR. Vote for one. James T. Barrett, 8 Parnell Street. Democratic. Saul Beaumont, 782 Main Street. Socialist Jeremiah F. Donovan. 120 Inman Street. Non-partisan Municipal Party. Andrew L. Pollock, 90 1-2 Inman Street. Republican Independent. COMMON, COUNCIL, Ward 1. Vote tor two. Daniel J. Dlnan, 0 Winter Street Democratic. John J. McMakln, 80 Second Street Non-partisan Municipal Party. Peter F. McSorley, 122 Charles Street...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 12 December 1903
Warren X. Btodgett. 7 Acacia Street, Ward 0. N&lt;»-Dar|tisaft Municipal Nicholas r. Burke. 42 Hubbard Avenue, Ward 10. Democratic. Ward 11. Non-partisan Municipal Hans L. Carstein, 46 Cogswell Avenue. Party. Edgar D. Chester, 2472 Massachusetts Avenue, Ward 11. Socialist Labor Party. Wlllard P. Oooney, 801 Brookline Street Ward 6. Socialist John W. Coveney, 140 Otis Street Ward 2. Non-partisan Municipal Party. Joseph Crowley, 430 Cambridge Street; Ward 2. Socialist Edwin A. Cutting, 419 Putnam Avenue, Ward 7. Non-Partisan Municipal Party. William R. Davis, 849 Broadway, Ward 6. Non-partisan Municipal Party. John W. Ducharme, 282 Massachusetts Avenue, Ward 6. Socialist Michael H. Flynn, 162 Columbia Street, Ward 4. Democratic. Nils T. Fuglestad, 37 Orescent Avenue, Ward 10. Socialist Labor Party. Michael J. Gavin, 87 Porter Street Ward 8. Socialist Bteoben H. Harrington, 288 Elm Street Ward 3. Democratic. John T. Hart, 72 Fourth Street Ward 1. Democratic. Edward B. James, 16...
CITY GOVERNMENT BOARD OF ALDERMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 12 December 1903
CITY GOVERNMENT BOARD OF ALDERMEN. • At the meeting of the board Tuesday i evening only routine business was i transacted. President Good was In the chair. The mayor sent In the nomination of Henry Manning to be a weigher of I coal. Laid on the table 1 for one week. j Petitions, etc., referred: Thomas F. I O'Nell, billiard and pool, 137 Harvard ■ street; Chas. W. Gardner, transfer of I vlctsailer's license; Samuel Andelman, I transfer of second-band license; Melissa. O. "Beckon, Intelligence offloet I Petition of N. E. Telegraph &amp; Telephone company and the Bdlson Light company, that the former be given a lease to attach wires to the poles of the latter on Mt. Auburn, Brattle and Indge avenue. . The committee of highways reported order laying out of Rutland, Steams and Van Nordon streets. Also an order assigning Dec. 22 for a hearing on the relocation of Brown street. Also an order appropriating $05.00 for the construction of Ash, Acecla and Athens streets. An order was i...
CLASS DAT OFFICERS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 12 December 1903
CLASS DAT OFFICERS. The following Harvard men have been made happy by their eleeflon to various class day offices: Marshals—J. A. Burgess, H. O. Dillingham, 0. R. Marshall, F. D. Roosevelt, E. 0. Rust, R. Sanger. Secretary—H. B. Krumbhaar, R. 8. Wallace. Poet—A. D. Ficke, A. Forbes. Ivy orator—W. R. Bowie, 0. &amp; Greenfield. Orator—A. A. BallanUne, J. Daniels. Odlst-H. Otis, S. A. Welldon. Ohorister-P. H. Allen, A. V. Baird, J. H. Densmore. Olaes Oommlttee—R. R. Alexander, R. M. Bleakle, L. Brown, A. Goodhue, R. F. Manning. Class day committee—B. deN. Cruger, P. Dana, L. Grllk, H. 0. de Rham, A. L. Thayer. Spread commlttee-H. H. Bennett, W. J. Clothier,ilfjOhwi, 0. H. Robinson. T. M|^^
WILLIAM H. SMART POST No. 30 G. A. R's Fair [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 12 December 1903
WILLIAM H. SMART POST No. 30 G. A. R's Fair ' —.——. ■ iVlPrcspeet Hall Thsj Week Is a Big Sue ' cess, Formally Opened by the Meyer ea | Monday. Will Close To-night. &gt; The principal event outside of the t political rallies, during the past week, r has been the annual fair held under the e auspices of William H. Smart Post 30, - G. A. R„ in Prospect hall. The fair was formally opened on t Monday evening by Mayor McNamee t and every evening since the hall has &gt; been thronged by the members and 8 friends of the Post and . everything • points to tbe end that thle will be one t of the most successful fairs that has 1 ever been held by this organisation. 8 It will close this evening, and all those 8 who are looking for something to give J for a Christmas present can find It ■ here, and at the same time help along 1 a worthy cause. [ In the centre of tbe hall Is a large &gt; round table In charge of Mrs. John ' Read, Tent No 4, Daughters of Veterans 1 with atte...
WILLIAM P. DAVIS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 12 December 1903
WILLIAM P. DAVIS. Candidate for tbe school committee from Ward 7. was born In Cambridge, and educated la ths Cambridge schools, and is In every respect qualified for tbe position for which he has been nominated. He served in tbe common council from old Ward 4 during the 1 years 1808 and 1800, and served on prominent committees. He has been employed at the Riverside Press tor , over twenty years.
JAMES L. BERKLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 12 December 1903
JAMES L. BERKLEY. One of the candidates for the comi mon council from Ward 7, Is a Cam- ) bridge boy, and received his education i In the Cambridge schools. He Is a I member of the Bradford Boat club, an ; officer of the F. A. Kennedy Mutual t 'Benefit Association, and is connected i with several other social and fraternal . organizations. He has been employed ! tor several years in the shipping de- ) partment of the National Biscuit com- ;■ pany.
EDWARD P. CLARK. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 12 December 1903
EDWARD P. CLARK. , One of the young men nominated i from Ward 10, for the common council, is engaged in the provl- ; alon business at 86 Concord avenue. He . resides at 12 Crescent street. He is a . member of a number of social and other organizations. He received a large and ' flattering vote last year.
THE CLOSING RALLIES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 12 December 1903
THE CLOSING RALLIES. The closing rallies of the campaign will be held Monday evening in Institute ball, East Cambridge; Cedar hall, North Cambridge; Armory hall, Brattle square; and Armony hall, Central square. The following speakers will address the meetings: Mayor John H. H. McNamee, James T. Barrett candidate for assessor; J. Henry Duckrey, candidate for school committee; Michael J. Anglin, Joseph O. Authler, Nicholas F. Burke, J. Edward Barry,. Michael H. Flynn, John T. Hart Stephen H. Harrington, Edward B. James, Edward H. McDuffee, Thomas McDermott and Alexander J. Sullivan, candidate for theh board of aldermen; Representatives Henry Vj Lehan. Frederick S. Detrick, James F. Aylward, Edward J. Sennott, will also speak along with many others. S.I.AAI r. A «....1..*~ ™ , ¥T
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 12 December 1903
School Committeeman Charles H. Thurston has been confined to bis residence on Trowbridge street for tbe greater part of the present week with a bad cold. He Is, fortunately, now reoorted much better. The funeral of Matthew Short, well known In G. A. R. circles, was held Wednesday at his home, 11 Portland street, Rev. Charles William officiating. The G. A. It. ritual was performed. Burial was in Cambridge cemetery. The members of the choir of St. John's Chapel are rehearsing De Monte's mass In B fiat for Christmas, under the direction of Miss Katharine White, organist. Cambridge Lodge ot Elks held public memorial exercises In the lodge hall In the Prospect building last evening. About 200 members and ladles were present. Exalted Ruler Dr. John E. Dwyer presided. A eulogy was delivered by Representative James F. Aylward. Vocal selections were rendered by Frank Conant, John E. Kelley. Peter Noonan, Thomas O'Keefe and Miss D'A'cy. Lyman I. Fuller, who waa Injured on the Owl express In t...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 12 December 1903
'DIPHTHERIA STATISTICS. 1009 - - - 513 Gases 1900 - - - 025 " „ j Or, Darling's Ynrt 1901 - - - 615 * 1902 - - - 462 "J 1903 - - 262 Gases, or. mi. yw These figures are taken from the records of the Board of Health. Upon the question whether Dr. Sennott'B administration of his office as City Bacteriologist has resulted in an j ncrease of the number of Diphtheria) cases, they speak for themselves.
Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 12 December 1903
'■ '■ ■»■". ' gggs==S &lt; I „ | S=s3gg==» It Pays to—Take Notice You see great shoe advertisements in all tbe papers. Have yon ever found any store with the shoes advertised— EXCEPT AT ROSENBERG'S. To get actual shoe value for your money you must lay aside the fairy tales of distracted manufacturers—the tearful , confessions of shoe failure—the heart-breaking banishments to private life—the soul-rending cry of self-sacrifice—and look at the Footwear for what the Footwear really is. Match Rosenberg's shoes with the best shoe bargains you can find and the victory is OURS* Men's 82.00 Boots L ™ ,e "; B « W and Yld «* **•; Boots, at tt | bjq are and Made In the reigning style-of Box are oheap at qq Calf and leather lined—heavy welted shoes and well worth $3.00, ' — ■■ At $2.00 See Them! 51.50 _ You ought to see and buy a pair of Men's Heavy Working Boots, made "SP* 5l " l " »**« ** 82.00. They of Calf and Box Oalf leathers, are maa * on *» tne "P-to-date lasts, aid they are war...