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

Mrs. Harriet Dexter of Inninn street han charge of tho cantata given al the Central Square Baptist Church. Friday evening. The strike at Towers piano factory by the organ workers hais been settled through Thomas B. Hurdle, the organ workers' business agent The men get tin Increase of about 7 cent*, with a promise of more later on. In order that the public could be accommodated promptly several of the business houses In Central Square had policemen on duty all day Thursday to menace and direct the crowds of Christmas shoppers who were looking for Ninas presents.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 26 December 1903

CHAS. E DAVIS, - ~ Optician EYES EXAMINED NECESSARY <*- DAVIS METHOD s& SOW AT 367 BoyUton Street ■ Flight Elevator { jameTtT barreiv General Contractor. 619 CAMBRIDGE STREET. Estimates Furnished for Every Kind of Work. Telephone Connection. JAMES J. SHEA. JOHN T. SHEA SHEK BROS. Undertakers and Embalmers Wareroomi, 9 PEARL STREET Office, 407 Cambridge Street. I" JAMES J. SHEA, 75 Fifth Street. Residences . . . \joHN T. SHEA, 91 Otis Street Telepiu>ne No. 6SS-4. Democrats $ Republicans—No Partiality Our Usual LOW PRICES To All. WM. H. WOOD & CO., Lumber Merchants Why 60 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 lessous absolutely iree. 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 ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 26 December 1903

Conaactad by Telaphone. 1181 - 2 Cambridge. W. H. EMS & CO., ■ Wholesale tad Batall Dealers lo Hay, Grain & Feeds 97 Concord Avenue, CAMBRIDGE, fIASS. G. F. WHITING & CO. UNION STABLES Hack, Llvenr. Booraino and sale STABLES. HORSES FOR SALE. We have constantly on hand a full assortment of Gentlemen's Drivers, Business, Draft and .Saddle Horses. , Acclimated Family and Matched Pairs a Specialty.-. All Horses Warranted as represented, but not against sickness. No. 420 Green St., Cambridge, Mass. Telephone, VI Cambridge. Telephone Connection. Jig Hawing and Turning. Band Sawing and Moulding. ISAAC McLEAN, OFFICE AND STORE FIXTURES, Interior Woodwork, 31 and 39 I.A\cAH'rai St. . . Bostok, Mass. DANIEL P. DANEHY, Funefal Director and Embolmer, 34 Rindge Avenue. NORTH CAMBRIDGE Carriages furnished for Funerals; also Floral Designs of all kinds. BROOKS & CONLEY REAL ESTATE ...AND... INSURANCE 671 Massachusetts Avenue F* SODEN STREET STABLES ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 26 December 1903

M. CAVANAGH, Manufacturer and Dealer In Harness, Horse Clothing, And Stable Supplies. W.pairing ol All Kinds Will B. Promptly Attended T*. 850 Main Street, CAMBRIOOtPORT, - - MASS. JAMES CURRY, COLLAR AND HARNESS MAKER, Whips, Curry Combs, Brushes, Blankets, Horse Clothing, Boots, Ktc. Repairing la All Its Branches Promptly Done. No. 0 Broadway, Junotlon Main St., CAMBRIDGIPORT, • MAIJ. G. P. O'BRIEN, Groceries » nd Provisions Best Quality—Reasonable Prices Prompt Delivery. 25-31 Bay St., CAMBRIOCE Telephone 966-a. Established 1861, j_ . J.A.CummingsPrintingGo. Printers and Publishers, 172 Oliver Street, Boston. D. S. Bioos, Tres. P. H. Conoannom, Ireas. Estimates furnished on request. Telephone «56 Main. DAVID J. NELLIGAN, Funeral Director and Embatmer, OFFW.'K and Waiierooms 24 Rice St., NORTH CAMBRIDGE. Superintendent of North Cambridge Cemetery. Telephone 1046 Cambridge. Night calls Answered Promptly.

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 2 January 1904

THE CAMBRIDGE SENTINEL VOL. I. No. 10. <ALLIED PRINTING TRADE COUNCIL BOSTON, MASS.> 81 CAMBRIDGE, MASS, JANUARY, 2, 1904. 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, JANUARY 2, 1904.

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SOME NEW YEAR RESOLUTIONS Which Prominent People Would Make, If They Were Asked, But The Sentinel is Willing to Assist In the Work For Their Benefit. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 2 January 1904

SOME NEW YEAR RESOLUTIONS Which Prominent People Would Make, If They Were Asked, But The Sentinel is Willing to Assist In the Work For Their Benefit. Some resolutions for the New Year: ■ -Mayor McNamee resolves that he will devote the coming year to the cause of Democracy, that the people of Cambridge may once more have the pleasure of seeing the Democratic party In control of the affaire of our municipality. Mayor-elect Daly resolves that he -will so conduct himself during the coming year that he will win the respect of all persons, irrespective of party. Alderman Carstein resolves that be will give his best efforts in the Interests of good government, notwithstanding the fact that his efforts In the past have not been appreciated by his associates In the board. Representative Aylwnrd resolves that he will very carefully consider during tbe year whether he will look for the nomination for senator or for mayor next fall. • Alderman-elect Blodgett resolves that he will hereafter trus...

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DIV. 15, A. O. H. BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 2 January 1904

DIV. 15, A. O. H. BALL. Division 15, A. O. Hi, held Its 30th annual ball in Institute Hall, East Cambridge last evening. Fully 500 people were in attendance. From 8 to 9 o'clock a concert was given by the orchestra, after which the grand march was started. This was led by Mayor John H. H. McNamee and Mrs. John F. Donnelly, followed by Pres. John F. Donnelly and Mrs. William J. Kelley and about 30 other couples. A large number of representatives from different divisions of the A. O. 11. and the ladles' auxiliary were present. The reception committee consisted' of the following: John F. Donnelly chairman, John O'Connell, Patrick Carroll, Cornelius Murphy, Patrick Halllsey, Jeremiah Allen, Daniel Lyons, John W. Ooveney, Michael Flynn, .Mortimer Downey, Timothy De3mpnd, John Walsh, Patrick J. Callaghan, Timothy Houlihan, Owen Doherty,, Frank E. Clark. Edw. Bartlett, John F. Burke. Free. John F. Donnelly was Boor marshal, Patrick ,T. Sexton floor director, Charles McConologue assistant f...

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COLUMBIA ASSOCIATES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 2 January 1904

COLUMBIA ASSOCIATES. The sixth annual entertainment and dance of the Columbia Associates was held In Prospect hall. Thursday evening. About 900 couples were present. From 8 to 1(1 o'clock the following talent entertained the company. The Campbell Troubadours. MoAnnul >V Gould, Teniae Crnlg. Ilalllday & Goodwin. Frank and Maggie Dorman. Harry B. Flattery. John Keefc, F.dward Barrett. Lizzie Sullivan. House and Murphy. Brighton Quartet. Henry J. Kelley. Edith English. Cralgle Trio, Patrick Anglln. Joseph Itlley. Dave Scanlon. Humphrey Sullivan and John X. Gllmore. Dancing was enjoyed until 2 o'clock. Mclnnes orchestra furnished the music. The floor was In charge of Patrick H. Hyde assisted by Joseph E. Ixivlgne and the following aids: John P. McCabe, F. J. Sudbury. T. A. Fitzgerald. M. J. Anglln. J. .1. I-avery. P. J. Carrol. W. 11. Lyons, w. 11. Lynn. S. J. Forrlstall. W. X. Carroll, Thomas .1. Edward*. C. E. Murphy. W. F. MeCloskey. W. H, (ieaney, J. J. Collin...

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NEW YEAR'S PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 2 January 1904

NEW YEAR'S PARTY. Cambildge. Friendship and J. Howard Payne Councils, Home Circle, held a union whist party and dunce In Rhodes hall. Prospect street, Thursday evening. From 8 to 10 o'clock the evening was 'spent In whlßt. The winners were: first ladles. Mrs. Gertrude Draper, etching; second ladles. Mrs. W. Brldgener, fancy calendar; third ladlee, Mrs. Sarah Wood, fancy dish; first gentleman's. Mr. M. Houston, fancy cup* nnd saucer*; second gentleman's. Fred McCann, etching; third gentleman's, Alfred Draper, three fancy plate*. From 10 o'clock until 1 o'clock dancing was enjoyed to the strains of music furnished by Pierce* orchestra. The party wna In charge of a committee contesting of O. J. Conner, Oharle* Richard* and Fred Beattle of J. Howard Payne council; Mr*. Minnie j Martin and Mr. Danforth of Friendship council; F. X. .Tomes, W. L. Boysen and Mr. Wood of Cambridge council. Among the guest* were Grand leader M. L. F. .Tone*, Vioe Grand William Thayer, and ,T. F. Olark, truste...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 2 January 1904

Tuesday evening at roll-call, Patrolmen Orln B. White and Charles C. Mnrston changed route*.

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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 — 2 January 1904

THE "SENTINEL'S" GOSSIP On Current Events and Happenings. A Few Things Observed by Him as He Patrols His Post. I noticed Alderman-elect John Allen was present at the final meeting of tbe board of aldermen of 1008, on Tuesday evening. It 1* the first time since last spring that he hag been present at City Hall on a Tuesday evening. What caused John to have a change of heart and work against hi* former friends is what so many are wondering at today.

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 2 January 1904

There Is every prospect that there will be a change in the manner of paying the assistant assessors the coming year. Assessor Donovan is very much in favor of giving tbe assistants a stated sum, something like two hundred dollars, for the work that they perform In gathering the polls and looking after the personal property In their several wards. At the present time the men are paid four dollars par day during the time that they are at work. It is human nature for a man In such a case as this to be in no great rush to finish his work as the longer he Is at It the greater sum he receives. As tbe law requires that the assessor* shall give the names of the polls that they find to the registrars of voters not later than July 15, each year, under the present order of things this Is often found to be Impossible and then the registrars have a chance to register a great big kick and every reason to say that the assessors are delaying them" in their work. By giving the assistant assessors a ...

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CAMBRIDGE AERIE F. O. E. Will Install Its New Officers. In Eagle Hall, To-morrow Afternoon. A Social Session Will Follow the Installation. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 2 January 1904

CAMBRIDGE AERIE F. O. E. Will Install Its New Officers. In Eagle Hall, To-morrow Afternoon. A Social Session Will Follow the Installation. Tomorrow, Sunday, Jan, 8, Gambridge Aerie, No. 186, Fraternal Order of Eagles, will install Its new officers at Eagle hall. No. 10 Brattle street. Tbe growth of this aerie has been phenomenal, considering the short time which has lapsed since its inception. Although only two years old, it already boasts of a membership of 300, and is r.iuldly Increasing, even on this large number. The nerle was organized on Nov. 24, 1001, through the Instrumentality of David !•'. Corcoran and William England, who were at flint time member* of Hasten Aerie, 4,1, of Boston. There wore. 119 charter members prneM at the institution of the aerie in Armory Mall In Brattle square on the nliove date. One year later the aerie bad urowii to ls."> member* In good standing, and now has nearly 800, During the two year* of It* existence It ha* loat only one member b...

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BUSY FIREMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 2 January 1904

BUSY FIREMEN. Tli members of the Are department did not pass a very enjoyable Christmas evening as the Are bell kept them on the jump until after 3 o'clock In the morning. Just about the time that the Christmas trees were being lighted and tbe evening enjoyment beginning an alarm from box 20 came In, causing the first break of the evening. • After bunting nround for a while looking for the cause of the alarm it was discovered that a lamp fell from a mantle In the bouse of John Foster, 1 Clark place and some excited individual bad pulled in a needless alarm. The apparatus had been back to their houses about half an hour when an alarm from box 72 came in, and again the Are apparatus went rushing through the streets only to find that Its services were not needed. The cause of the alarm being another lamp tailing, tliis ttme In the store of P. J. Hunt I, 98 Harvey street, and as before there was no damage. Back borne again went the firemen and after a rest of a few hours was allowed and...

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CHRISTMAS FESTIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 2 January 1904

CHRISTMAS FESTIVAL. The Hth minimi Christmas festival of the Otiat End Christian Fnloii, was held Tuesday evening at the quarter*. 7 Burleigh street. An orchestra furnished music. The Invocation was pronounced by Itev. T. F. Wright and there was singing by the school. Recitations appropriate to the season were given by Alfred* Gulllch. Antoinette Ilerndon, Hoy Williams, Stelln Grace, Etllo Men-lain. Iwiurn Crudnp, Llrale Graham, Henry Boston, Lily Nixon, Italic Green, Maggie Graham, Mildred Williams, Stella Stevenson, Alva Dales, Annie Oroßsman. There were song* by Bnber M.ller, a trio by Grace and Ruth Woods and Miss Goodrich, exercise* by the Intermediate department, under the direction of Mis* Jessie Dawaon: a *hort addre** by Rev. H. H. Sannderaon: exercluc* by the kindergarten, In charge of Ml»» M. B. Teele. Christma* hoxe* were distributed to the pupil* of the school »nd Ice cream and cake were *erved.

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CHESTER WARD KINGSLEY Passed Away Yesterday [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 2 January 1904

CHESTER WARD KINGSLEY Passed Away Yesterday After a Lingering Hlneu. Sketch of the "Father of the Cambridge Water Work.." An Interesting Life. Hon. Chester Ward Kings ley, better known as the father of tbe Cambridge water board, died at bis residence, No. 10 Chester street, yesterday morning, about 2 o'clock. Hl* death was due to a complication of diseases, but bis demise was apparently hastened by the death of his wife, whose funeral was held Thursday. Mr. Kingsley was born and educated in Brighton, passed the greater part of his life In Cambridge, and In all schemes for the city's good was found in the fore. He was born June 9, 1824; left fatherless at tbe age of four years, and was compelled at the age of 10 to begin to earn bis own living. He was sent to work for his brother In Webster, Mich., where he stayed for five years. For two years he carried the malls In saddle bags slung across his horse's Iback, through the wild region about him. At one time he drove a team Of two yoke...

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ALDERMAN CARSTEIN. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 2 January 1904

ALDERMAN CARSTEIN. For six consecutive years a business man of tbe highest stauding in tbe community has given of bis time and his ability to the city of Cambridge as a member of the board of aldermen. Membership in a board of aldermen involves hard, ungrateful, wearisome labor rather than extraordinary distinction or public honor. Gallery plays, spectacular exhibitions nnd oratorical display* attract the commendatory no- i tice of the groundlings, but they cause the Judicious to grieve. They have no proper place In an aldermanlc chamber. Alderman Carstein never Indulged In any of these ostentations. Quietly, soberly and effectively he has prosecuted the rork which came to bis hand. No breath of scandal, no damaging accusation was ever directed against him. Only one discreditable thing could possibly be charged to him —during the past year he has apparently given his friendship and countenance to another member of the board who was not worthy of the friendship of a man like Carstein...

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GET TOGETHER. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 2 January 1904

GET TOGETHER. There are many signs that the re- t cent defeat ha* In no way demoralised | , or disheartened tbe Democratic party and it is settled that the coming yeai will witness even greater activity it party building than any of the yean that have gone by. The last election and" the • methods employed to brini about defeat, have served to stimulate active work, more than victory could for many reason*. It has eliminated from the party the trimmers and the class of men who put self-interest before the public weal and party loyal ty; it has exposed in all Its naked deformity the pertictnshlp of Non-par tlsan hypocricy and has taught a new lesson In the art of political deception! as practised by the Non-partisan: In their ante election declamation and clamor for spoils even before It was fully known what the verdict was; It has intensified Democratic hatred of the sham Democrat, the man who professes loyalty to the party's principles in the broader sphere of government, but who, t...

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THE OLD AND THE NEW. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 2 January 1904

THE OLD AND THE NEW. The difference in the political complexion of the board of aldermen for 1903, as compared with that of 1904, Is no less marked than is the personnel of these legislative bodies. In 1903 there were eight Democrats and three Republicans. In 1004 there will be five Democrats and six Republicans, but as two of the Democrats, namely, Messrs. Coveney and Allen were elected by the so-called Non-partisan party, they will In all probability follow the dictates of the "party machine." Five members of last year's board of aldermen retire to private life, four of them of their own volition and one of them because of defeat at the polls. Of these, one 'Mr. Bell, Is a Republican nd four, Messrs. Barrett, Authler, Uood nnd Doherty, are Democrats. Mr. Barrett was a candidate for the office of principal assessor but was defeated. Mr. Authler was a candidate for reelection as alderman and was likewise defeated. .Messrs. Good, Bell and Doherty declined a nomination for any positio...

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