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OUR WIDOWS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 19 December 1903

OUR WIDOWS. A Chicago mathematician announces that Chicago, with 00„19(1 widows, has a larger number than any other community In the country. It. la added that the number of widowers in the city is only 2H.007. As a matter of fact, the state In which widows are most numerous Is New York, In which they number 320,000. The city In which they are most numerous Is the city of New York, where there are 105,000, says the Sun.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 19 December 1903

CHAS. E. DAVIS, - - Optician EYES J k EXAMINED H H NECESSARY & DAVIS METHOD jet NOW AT 367 Boyl-ton Street I Flight Elevator JAMES T. BARRETT, General Contractor. 619 CAMBRIDCE STREET. Estimates Furnished for Every Kind of Work. Telephone Connection. JAMES J. SHEA JOHN T. SHEA SHOTS BROS. Undertakers and Embalmers Wareroomi, 9 PEARL STRJUDT Offlca, 41)7 Cambridge Street. f JAMES J. SHEA, 75 Fifth Street. Residences . . . \jOHN T. SHEA, 91 Otis Street. Telephone No. BSS-4. Democrats i Republicans-No Partiality Our Usual LOW PRICES To All. WM. H. WOOD & CO., Lumber Merchants Why Go to Boston to Buy a Piano? When I can save you from 10 to 25 per cent on any piano, and a year's piano lessons absolutely free. 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. Aye. P. O'BRIEN * SON, FLORISTS 1022 MASS. AYE.. CA...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 19 December 1903

Connected fey Telephese, I J*l-> Cambridge. W. H. ENOS & CO., Wholesale and Retail Dealer. In Hay, Drain & Feeds 97 Concord Avenue, CAMBRIDOB, riASS. G. F. WHITING & CO. UNION STABLES lUiw.iraiiSoic STABLES. HORSES FOR SALE. We have constantly on band a full aasortment of Gentlemen's Driven, Business, Draft and .Saddle Horses. Acclimated Family and Matched Pairs a Specialty. All Horses Warranted as represented, but not against sickness. Ho. 420 Green St., Cambridge, Mass. Telephone, 12 Cambridge. Telephone Connection. Jig Sawing ahd Turning. . . Band Sawing and Moulding. ISAAC McLEAN, OFFICE AND STORE FIXTURES, interior Woodwork, II and 33 i.axcahtkk St. . . Boston, Mass, Henry Brooks Davis.. Alfred 0, Coughlan. Henry Brooks Davis & Co. Bankers and Brokers, 748 Massachusetts Aye., Cambridge. Prospect Union Building. Bonds and Stocks Bought and Bold on Commission. Commercial Paper Negotiated. Dealers In High Class Investment ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 19 December 1903

ML CAVANAGH, Manufacturer and Dealer In Harness, Horse Clothing, And Stable Supplies. Repairing si All KlssS Will Bs Preesetly _ Attended Te. 858 plain Street, CAM mPCKPOrTT, - - MAM. JAMES CURRY, COLLAR AND HARNESS MAKER, Whips, Curry Comba, Brushes, Blanketa, Horas Clothing, Boots, Btc. R.pairing la AH Ita Branches Promptly Dane. No. 0 Broadway, Junction Main St., CAMBMPCWOItT. m MAJJ. G. P. O'BRIEN, Groceries and Provisions Best Quality—Reasonable Prices Prompt Delivery. 25*31 Bay St., CAMBRIDCE Telephone Ooe-2. . Established 1867. UCummingsPrintingCo, Printers and Publishers, 172 Oliver Street, Boston. D. B. mom, Prea. P. H. ConoAMKOji, Ireaa.. Batlnutea furnllhed on request. Telephone ftWi Main. Tel. 3815 Freeman Hunt Uw Offices 15 Court Square, Boston D. S. MURPHY, M. D. V. . Veterinary Surgeon Offices, Prospect Stables, 271 Green St., as* Dana Hill Stables. 41 Ellery St., Cambridge. Realdence, 30 Essex Bt. Nlgbt Calle received at W. B. Hunt A Co., Drnggiata. DAVID J. NELUGAN,...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 26 December 1903

THE CAMBRIDGE SENTINEL VOL. I. No. 9. <ALLIED PRINTING TRADE COUNCIL BOSTON, MASS.> 81 CAMBRIDGE, MASS, DECEMBER, 26, 1903. PRICE TWO CENTS. The Cambridge Sentinel, A WEEKLY DEMOCRATIC PAPER Published every Saturday at 671 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge, (Bos ton), 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 20,1903.

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THE RECOUNT OF VOTES IS NOW ALL FINISHED. Mayor McNamee Only Gains Eight Votes Over the Original Returns. Daly's Plurality Is Fifty-Nine By the New Returns. What Will Be Done on AH Protests Will Be Decided This Week By the Different Parties. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 26 December 1903

THE RECOUNT OF VOTES IS NOW ALL FINISHED. Mayor McNamee Only Gains Eight Votes Over the Original Returns. Daly's Plurality Is Fifty-Nine By the New Returns. What Will Be Done on AH Protests Will Be Decided This Week By the Different Parties. It was close to the midnight hour on Wednesday night that the last block, Xo. 14, of l'recinct 2 of Ward 11 was counted by the weary counters and a few minutes later that the tally ;heot wa;. tabulated by the registri'i of voters in the assessors' room ut city 'hall, and the recount of the vote 3 cast in <the last election declared finished l . v. It was then seen that Judge Daly was 5!) votes ahead of Mayor McXamee, on the face of the returns. Some very funny things were disclosed by the recount, and there was >S'-'*emeut ci' fifth in ■ V r one -mo i»i the other to keo i the interest up clear to the close. The original plurality of Judge Daly was i.T ».»ir y M.Vyiu Vr' iu f e fining eight votes by the recountThere were ver...

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FOURTH ANNUAL BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 26 December 1903

FOURTH ANNUAL BALL. The fourth annual ball of the I'niversity City laundry employees was held in Prospect hall Friday evening: fully .TOO people were present. the guests present were Mayor John H. 11. McXamee. Representative James F. Aylward. Aldermen James T. Barrett and Stephen 11. Harrington. Among the many present were: Misses Mary Cohen, liertrude Conor. Marie Cushman. Annie Hayes. Julia I-eary. Catharine Sullivan, Katharine Montgomery. Anna Connors. Theresa Henrdnn. Hattle Heardon. Katharine Heardon, Bella Chestnut. Hattle Barnes. Katharine Daley. Jennie McColluni. Elizabeth Doherty. Maui Plyer. F.lla Daly. Bella Hart. Kiln Doherty. F-lla Corcoran. Alice Kenney. Abble Lynch. Casslc Stewart. Ilertrud ■ Stewart. Julia Shea. Charlotte Cane. Helen Thompson. Catharine ~.lson. Adeline Farley. Eva furry. Margaret Malone. Kllen Mctiowan. Sarah Held. Agnes Coleman. Sarah (Bidden, Minnie McDonald. Kllen Connors. Katnarlne Jones. Messrs. Augustus Quintan, (ieo. Murphy. James (VToole. Joh...

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ST. PETER'S CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 26 December 1903

ST. PETER'S CHURCH. Christmas Eve. Dec. 2sV>29, Midnight -Choral Eucharist. Christmas Day.-Dec. 2.V Hl.:S() a. m.—Choral Eucharist. Saturlay. Dec. 26, St. Stephens' Day. 0 a. m. - Holy Communion. Sunday. Dec. 1!7, St. John the Evangelist. 7.: i() a. m.—Holy Communion. K)..'10 a.m.-Morning service and sermon. 4 p. m.-Sunday school. Christmas festival. 7.110 p.m.—livening song and sermon. Monday. Dec. S2S, Holy Innocents. 0 a. m. -Holy Communion. •J p. m. -Women's Missionary society. 7.510 p. m.—Parish Daughters. St. Peter's is the only Protestant e'hurch In Cambridge that has a midnight celebration of the Holy Eucharlßt and It Is a service if once attended never to be forgotten for Its beauty and Its deepening of devotion. Friends of the Sunday school are cordially Invited to attend the children's Christmas festival on Sunday. Sunday. December '.27, at H p. m. fourth service In the series "An Hour in the Open Church." Sermon by pastor, Rev. Charles F. Barter, topic, 100.1....

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 26 December 1903

Mr. and Mrs. William of Rlndge avenue, North Cambridge, are receiving the congratulations of their friends. It Is a boy. Some of Mr. friends are saying that It Is a "Shake."

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THE TRADE ASSOCIATION Hold a Very Large Meeting [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 26 December 1903

THE TRADE ASSOCIATION Hold a Very Large Meeting On Wednesday Evening. Colonel Clark Was the Principal Speaker. Other Matters Discussed, The Cambridge Citizens Trade association held a very largely attended meeting on Wednesday evening last, there being about, 100 members iiresent. The special attraction for the occasion was Col. Albert Clark, secretary of the Home Market Club. Very close attention was paid to both his remarks and those of the other speakers. The subject of the address by .Col. Clarke, was 'The American Merchant Marine." and he urged pubHc ciiscus slnn of the subject In order that some Intelligent ex|)resslon of the people might be |>aKe-:d upon Congress for legislation looking toward a revival of the prestige of the American merchant marine upon the high seas. Among other things he said that: "Seventythree years ago. our vessels brought 04 |ier cent., of our Imports and carried Sis per cent, of our exports. Xow they carry only 12 per cent, of our imports ...

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CAMBRIDGE AERIE'S BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 26 December 1903

CAMBRIDGE AERIE'S BALL. Cambridge Aerie No. 180) F. o. E.. are preiiarlng to hold a ball aliout the firs: weel. In February, They have ap pointed a committee to have charge of the arrangements. It Is unfortunate that asaoclat'ons holding large public. iißßeaiblles are for. el by the i lo'Ing of I nlor. hall to confine themselves to iho roor facilities which Cambridge offers to her citizens. Some capitalist ceuild make a name aa well as money for lilmMf by erecting a hull which would accommodate large parties or gatherings. Have you sulxscrlbed for the SENTINEL? It Is a good New Year's present tor the whole family. There Is still a large amount of meiney In the various stakeholders' hands.

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 26 December 1903

The third annual ball of John Boyle O'Reilly branch, Xo. 415, Irish National Foresters' Benefit Society will be bela In Prospect, hall Friday evening Jan. in. Midlines orchestra has been engaged to furnish the music. The SENTINEL wishes Its. many readers foi the first time a merry Christmas and a happy New Year. We shall be hero to wish them marry more.

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THE "SENTINEL'S" GOSSIP On Current Events and Happenings. A Few Things Observed by Him as He Patrols His Post. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 26 December 1903

THE "SENTINEL'S" GOSSIP On Current Events and Happenings. A Few Things Observed by Him as He Patrols His Post. Cambridge, Mass., I>ec. 24, 1008. Dear Editor: I have always desired to make contributions to some newspaper but my .natural modesty has hitherto debarred me from the attempt. Xow that I see a struggling, new-born, staunch Democratic paper presented to the cftl/.ens of my adopted city I am going to offer, in my humble way, (If you will iiermlt me) from week to week what I will term "(iosadp." I shall always endeavor to prepare whatever I offer on the typewriter bo that I shall not break the first commandment more often than necessary. I shall try to do what a model correspondent should do, observe, but have no opinion. I shall also endeavor to be fair in my observations and not look at people through colored or distorted glasses. 11 with these tew explanations, Mr. Kdltor. you will allow me space In your valuable columns,'l will be more than indebted to you and' ...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 26 December 1903

An Instance of how the general public think that Mayor McXamee can and will do anything or right any wrong or ill Is Illustrated in the following: The gas In a restaurant near Central square suddenly went out last Monday evening and attempts to relight It were ineffectual. A customer rushed into a neighboring store and called frantically through the telephone for the Hello girl to give him the Mayor at City Mall. The Mayor Was ' not there and on being asked what was wanted the caller was asked If lie had not better telephone to the Cambridge (ias company. He finally did so. Michael J. Shea, at present a member of the common council. Is In the hack business. Humor has It that several nice new rubber-tlrcd carriages have been secured by him In anticipation of numerous orders from the City or Cambridge. How about It Mr. Clly Messenger. Politics certainly do male strange bcd-fellows'and also strong friendship. Witness the loving embraces between Elmore. AfcDonalil. Donovan. Coveney and ...

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CAMBRIDGE ATHLETES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 26 December 1903

CAMBRIDGE ATHLETES. Al of Cambridge, a great part of Boston, most of Philadelphia, and a considerable section of the whole country, were Interested in the Iwxlng contest between John!-Twin) Sullivan of this city and Jack O'Brien of Philadelphia on Tuesday night. O'Brien is one of the great men of the middleweight class. At borne in Philadelphia, a respectable citizen, on the assessors' books a prominent llgure. In the ring a scientific boxer and a towering personality, he Is an Interesting character. Sullivan is a Cambridge boy. of clean life, a sober and Industrious young man. who saw an opportunity In the boxing sirofesslon. and pursued It with a tenacity and a persistency will -h have landed him, still a young_ man, in the forefront. His income Is large, his habits frugal, temperate and modest. He lives with his father near Harvard Square. And the father is proud of him as a boxer, as a man. and as a son. Ills ambition Is boundless and his pluck equal to his ambltioa. O'Brien, hi...

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OLIVER—WEST. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 26 December 1903

OLIVER—WEST. In the presence of a large gathering Of friends and relatives. Miss Annie Elizabeth West, daughter of Mr. and Mrs A. (I. West, was married to Charles R. Oliver Wednesday afternoon at 3 O'clock at the home of I lie bride's parents. 'The ceremony was performed by Rev Q, 11. Wallace, paslor of the Broadway Baptist Church. Nathan W. Uawl.es of Cambridge was bl II man. and Miss Mabel E. West, sister of the bride, maid oC honor. 'The bridesmaid was miss Isabella a. Marks of Chelsea, and little Miss Pauline Stockton was flower girl. The ushers were Edi-'iir A. West, brother of the bride, and Francis M. Corcoran. • The costumes were all very beautiful, the bride being handsomely gowned In white crep" do -hlne over taffeta, with duchess trimmings. She carried a bouquet of bride roses. The n.ald of honor wore pink silk muslin and the bridesmaid pink crepe de chine over taffeta, with polnl veajee trimmings, and White picture hat. 'The weddng march was very pleasingly rendered by M...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 26 December 1903

While driving along Massachusetts avenue near the corner of Harden •treat, Wednesday afternoon, a team driven by Charles L. Mix was struck by an Arlington car. Mr. Mix was thrown to the ground and had a leg broken, lie was taken to the Cambridge hospital. Mr. Mix Is a pro vision dealer and lives at .'ISCI Concord avenue. l l<•'■ lO'hcrlno T. Rehlll, a w.ll- ' "'wu voting lady or this city inssed »W*'y at 'he Carney hospital Welnc- '*' evening. She was born In Cam- - .-c. and has lived all her life In 'I' -II • She r- elvel her education ••• ».r V '- Convent nigh school. iv r ftnernl will be held from her home '"•7M CiirrrrMge street this morning I'ei'ilem hlah mass will be celebrated St. Paul's Church at 0 o'clock. WM'tom fOOk, watehnan ni the Fa<-' "rrh-'.'-e round house, while walking en C'e l!|i-'o'i ,v Maine railroad tracks near the Boston drawbridge was struck by a train and his left leg was severed below tho knee. He was removed 'to th« Masnschiisotts Hon...

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"THE McNAMEE MACHINE" Must and Shall Be Smashed, [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 26 December 1903

"THE McNAMEE MACHINE" Must and Shall Be Smashed, Even if Competent Men Have to Go and Incompetent Men Replace Them -This is the Charge of the Press. The following from the Press, a Xonpartisan paper Is worth reprinting: THF. TItirMPHAXT Dlt. FITZSIMOXS. The loyal supporters of Dr. Philip M. Fltzsimons for the school committee from Ward 2 do not feel that he has been defeatol even If the figures of the election returns have announced him so Xumerieally he has been overcome but morally he Is still the conqueror. He served the city as member of the school committee for five years, nominated and elected by the Xon-par-tisanß. and ever showed himself above and beyond party lines. In the section of the city where he lives, his work lor the evening school and the public library has been incalculable. Ite is heartily endorsed by William Taggard Piper and Mrs. Carolyn Chase, his coworker?, by Col. T. W. Iligginson. by John tlraham Brooks, who has personally spent much time in investigating h...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 26 December 1903

48 Oxford street. Cambridge. Dec. us. itKts. My Dear Dr. Fitzslmons: I hoped l to be able to congratulate you upon your re-election to the school hoard and now l can only express my deep regrets that your former valuable services should not have rendered your defeat Impossible. 1 enclose a card like those which we sent ot every woman voter in the city, and you will see that the six ladles Whose mimes are signed to It tried OlMr best. 16 elect you. To our great surprise ami distress we learned, too late to answer ii. thai a rumor that we regtetted our action in sending out the cards was spread Industriously through Hie city, who did it we are unable in determine, hut it was entirely false. We ha\e never doubted for a moment that you were the proi>er person to be elected and we have worked early and late for your success. Thanking you for your pnst services, very sincerely yours, KLLK.V F. ADAMS. "Led astray by lies circulated among them that the Political Equality league w...

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