Hayward Twice A Week Review (Newspaper) - June 28, 1912, Hayward, California HAYWARD REVIEW TWENTY-FIRST YEAR ALAMEDA JUNE 28, 1912. No. 52 Castro Valley In Progressive Column At the mass meeting of the voters in Castro Valley on Wednesday ning the Trustees were authorized to purchase an additional 3-4 acre of ground and erect an auditorium at an expense not to exceed Peter H. Hoare presided at the meeting while E. K. acting secretary There was a larse Most everyone present voiced their sentiments in favor of the project and there was not dis- Former Hayward Teacher Dead Mrs. Florence a for- mer Hayward lady and teacher in the local High died Hist Friday in the where sue was undergoing treatment for paralysis and death of as a great shock to her many friends and for- mer Deceased was a. fine character and the Review in common with the rest of the community extends sympathy to the bereaved Word of her death as received letter tlon of the The Mrs. Jackson will come by Prescriptions are filled only by licentiate Pharmacists at Reid's Drug seating voice when it came to a The Castro Valley Improvement Club is behind the movement and like everything else that it goes ter it lands The Review is very glad to record Castro Valley in progressive column and will do thing in its power to speed the good work Tomorrow evening curs the second whist tournament giv en by the Club for the piano fund and another crowded house will be there to compete for the prizes and help the good work Boy and Matches Cause of Bad Fire OPERA PINAFORE Staged by Local Talent Pretty Opera Draws Good Houses For Two Nights Hayward Has Cheap Suburban Lands A bunch of matches in the hands of a small boy caused a ious conflagration on Tuesday ing about 11 o'clock in the Haas barn in the rear of the Cottage The fire was started by the young son of Rudolph Eberhard of the J did not realise what ho was doing Besides ruining of about two tons of hay and the need of a new the damage was not heavy Ifr Eberhard has agreed to make the loss The fire department had the under control in a few minutes after the water was turned Fresh Strawberries every day at W. A that is always ready J A that no Knell or A safe An economical clean A that ate HI A which and transformed the drudgery of the kitchen work Into a pleasant A Store will do any and an work that can be done on a wood i cr Coal only with the that the H JUST IN A Large Consignment of Wagons and Surries You can Save 15 to 20 Per Cent by Baying Here I reliable Petersen Brothers EVERYTHING IN HARDWARE BIG BRICK B near MAIN Are You Satisfied With the COFFEE You are It not In and a pound of Ihr U to It ami try It anil If you H to If come and fnr It will no- We arr willing lo all Ilir The Hayward Choral f- ter a. retirement of a couple of made Its debut again Monday and Tuesday at the Theatre for thn benefit of tho High School Scholarship The opera Pinafore was given and tho Choral which now con- tains many new acquitted it- self in the same artistic manner as of The opera is set on the quarter deck of H. Jr. off and is in two The leading parts were taken by Elmer Welsh Hon. Sir George Cor- John Allen Park Miss this was her first appearance in The lady has a very sweet voice The choruses by the First Lord's his Cousin's and his Ethel Lorna Olga Mary Mary Howe Veola Ruth Viola Florence Elizabeth May Ruth Mrs. Hazel Mrs. Soren and the Sailors mid William Horn Dr. F. A. W. Wesley George Leroy also very fine and they were called on many times to i i vera j r Will Give Dance evening of June 28, tbe Fraternal Lodge will a MI of their popular dances Charles F. Sorensen Chaa R. and MLss Helen Sir Joseph's First The Miss Heron ire Graham and Miss Wru both did Miss Graham had never before taken u leading part in the but she shows talent and has a fine Her solus in the first act were loudly ed and she was forced to respond to an The young lady's up and costume were beautiful and she made a charming Little Miss Robinson also came in for much praise for the able manner in which she the Her singing was also of a order and she was rivalled eral j J. Elmer as first Lord is right at home on the stagy and filled the part tion j George H. as captain of could not have been any He looks and acts every inch aj Commencing the 1st day of July This was Mr. Pacific and Park's first appearance before has jf Hayward audience in but it to which they invite all their friends and all those who have received in- in the past Good music will bo present and refreshments will be The Committee desires a good turnout as they have gone to a lot of work in preparing for thiss So do not to show up at the Bank Hall Friday The Committee in charge of the dance consists of John Fred Will Gotham and Ed Ma liter Bills Payable at Office without that it j collecting On account of so be last complaints business men that Mr. John Allan although collector disturbs them the rank as an able seaman during hours it has never heard to better decided to do with all collectors sang well and carried his and in the bills will be like a pioneer on I mailed to subscriber by the Charles Dick in and it will be while not much for looks made in order to mail a to the a hit with the audience and he ward on or before the last called on again and again in his of Ihr which Is i fact th it Miss n 11. GO days s and have a lOOk anyhOW did In time to at and make Ail not 30, A of was the will find until by account After fading th 11.171-1 and thr by it will imt to Mrs. is call to why your from and liny is I H. W. HOLMES HIGH CLASS GROCERIES and DELICACIES Home Made Pies and Cakes B and Main Tel. Hayward 154 LACES and ALL PRICES Specially Good Values On Sale July 3, 1912 See Window Display Toft Inc. B and Castro Hayward I. B. who recently re- turned from lie been Inspecting out thy ward has the prop of rny community in us It is so cities Twenty miles Los lio says not good as Hayward lands are 1'or Mr. Parsons back en- proposed and says that Hayward soon all in this pan of tho OC course is not to build up to some ot the schools lie but it will make a fine start and the plans to be adopted for a building which can bo added to from time to of the future of ward Mr. Parsons says the south is second in comparison to only it is hotter As soon as Hayward is as well known as Loa will be nothing to will be in a position ti an- nex San Kelly Bros. Double Store Capacity Sunday Services at Congregational Church Kolly the tailors and Rents furnishers have outgrown their ent quarters have on their A. L. to ble the capacity uf the store ing so us tn firm more room to display ami to already large Contractors have already story addition in the of the building which will give at least 30 ond floor and it will give the floor ond thai on the latter to In- used ly for the tailoring having the tailor shop on the ond floor it will give the i men more light and air The Messrs. Kelly have also en a lease of the flat over the main store so when the work is completed they will practically have about thirds of the Kelly will not only aj better chance to display their ent stock but with the enlarged ters they will put in a few new J such as ladies underwear and Dr. A. A. who has ly taken up his residence in coming from Oregon where hu was both physician and preacher will preach Sunday morning and evening for Mr who is away with the Scouts at Dr. Witham Is a very entertaining and forceful speaker and the pastor cordially In- vites tile public in general as well as the usual attendants to take this op- the motorcycle contest by buying from Miss will sing. WE ARE LAYING For a chance to figure on your feed Better lay for us and see how your hens will lay for Mitchell's Shoe Store in carries an up-to-date line of wear for men and there and see what they have Re- pairing i SAf C DEPOSIT BOXES For rent at very low rales at BANK OF A safe and lent place to keep jour j CO. 515-519 WATKINS ST. and Opp. S. P. Depot Telephone Hayward 103. 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