Hayward Twice A Week Review (Newspaper) - August 13, 1912, Hayward, California HAYWARD REVIEW TWENTY-FIRST YEAR ALAMEDA AUGUST 13, 1912. f No. 65 Fannie J. Crosby at The M. E. Church Ag we listened to the hymns read and the story of the the blind now In her 93d J. Crosby at the M. E. church on Sunday evening it seemed very wonderful how God has used this woman to deliver In His messages to the It seems almost incredible the number she has over 800; that her ship and experiences have led her so much and so frequently to burnt out Into either In a a song of or a call to It would seem that be- ing shut out from the sight of ly has brought to her and deeper visions that come to of heavenly and being deprived of so much that many hold so she has been given a. com- In beholding her God and her used of them in blessing and enriching the lives of countless thousands other lives through her and bringing many to the knowledge of Jesus is their and out the wherever these hymns are and His forgiving love and Mr. Thompson used the opportunity of Impressing on his hearers the love of Christ who calls to Himself every pleading pleading May the and beauty of the hymns and the service lead and abide with us for many C. John W. candidate for the Progressive Republican nomination for Congress in this was in Hayward Saturday to interview the members of his Stetson's cards do not mince words at all They Candidate for the Republican Nomination for Member of Congress of Sixth Dis- Alameda All Local Clubs to Assist Autumn Fete The Hayward Civic Center is to havo the assistance of all the local clubs in Eden township at the com- ing Autumn judging from the rate they are reporting to Mrs. K. H. president of the Since the last Issue the Hilt and Valley Club has come forward and claimed as its own the Curio The Dorcas society will conduct a cooked food The San Leandro Center will con- duct a candy and the San Lorenzo Center will have one of the ice cream The Fete gives promise of being a SUPERVISOR MURPHY'S MOTHER HIES IN SAN FRANCISCO Mrs. Margaret a former resident of Livermore passed away at the home of her in San Francisco Friday after- after a short The funeral was held from St. Michael's day at 10- a. when a solemn re- Mass was celebrated by Rev. Father Deceased was a native of Ireland but came to Dublin in this county nearly fifty years She leaves three Supervisor iel J. and John CASTRO VALLEY SCHOOL OPENS AUGUST 26TK The Castro Valley school reopens for the full and winter term on August 26th, one week later than last The same teachers will be em- M. E. Miss Margaret Gray and Miss Elsa S. C. PUBLIC 30-DAY SPECIAL During the next Thirty Days the following prices on Buggies and Surries will prevail at our ONE OPEN BUGGY ONE WAGON ONE HUGGY ONE OPEN ONE SPRING ONE ONE AUTO ONE PACK WAGON ONE DELIVERY ONE DELIVERY WAGON ONE OPEN WAGON ONE SPRING 175.OO ONE BUGGY ONE ONE-HORSE WAGON Petersen Brothers LEADING HARDWARE DEALERS PETERSEN BIG BRICK B near MAIN Are You Satisfied With the COFFEE You are It aot come hi and of the best Is to lie had It hone wrt try K and If jvu find It to be the best rom erer tasted cone back and par tor not It will cost rou no- We are to take all the H. W. HOLMES HIGH CLASS GROCERIES and DELICACIES HMM Made Res and B and Main Tel. Hayward 154 County Fish and Game Association Barbecue Draws Large Crowd The sixth annual barbecue of the state and remarked that the Alameda County Fish and Game sociation was held at Laurel Grove Sunday and an Immense crowd was present from all parts of the county and other sections of the state were also The crowd began to arrive shortly after 12 o'clock and by 2 when the members and their guests were sealed at the long rows of tables the tive and hungry concourse was ready to do full justice to the delicious viands set before The tee in charge of this part of the gram certainly did themselves proud for the repast was certainly up to the mark and then The de- licious broiled over a lanje pit filled with red hot served with green corn ed to a turn were voted the best while bread and etc. served to top off the Liquid refreshments of ous kinds were also in The literary part of the program was under the direction of master H. E. who In usual happy manner introduced the various the first being C. L. Crellin of president of the who welcomed those present on behalf of the and was followed by Mayor of with a short ad- dress of welcome on behalf of the city Mr. Heyer is also vice dent of the A beautiful silver cup was then presented to Mr. Ellis of R. D. attorney for the State Fish and Game made tlie presentation speech and in the course of his remarks congratulated those present on their good work in aiding in preserving the game of the state and suggested that each in- dividual constitute himself an cer to arrest violators of the game laws wherever He also made the statement that if the litigation now pending in the courts of this county was settled satisfactorily the ame farm would remain On account of the unavoidable absence of Ellis the cup was accepted on his behalf by George of in a neat Letters regretting their absence were read by the toastmaster from David Star of Stanford Uni- and Judge Frank A. A. secretary of the Oakland Chamber was then introduced and put in a ber of the best of reasons why the state same farm should remain in and Alameda county the best place for the farm or thing else W. Otto Emerson then gave an interesting talk on the game birds association should not only to exterminate the blue jays but also the furred predatory animals which on the eggs and young of the game He advocated a small bounty for those Other speakers who expressed their pleasure at being present and proved the work of the association were Congressman Jos. R. land of Senator John W. Ed. C. tive of the Western Field of San Albert speaker of the State W. H. L. N. W. superintendent of the state game farm at Phil Dr. Emerson of Centerville and Sheriff Frank One of the most interesting ures of the event was the display of quail and stuffed game The stato game farm had a large pen of pheasants and old and young while Mrs. P. sen and Mr. Peters of Hayward both had exhibits of beautiful pheasants These with their gorgeous The postal authorities ure so slow the of the ward Chamber of Commerce for ter mall service that the business men are thoroughly Postmaster Ins come to their aid ami Is working with might and main to relieve made a trip to Oakland few days ago and he made him open his eyes he has agreed to rectify them at Mr. says he went to certain station and showed the Oakland master mall that had arrived from Hayward several hours previous to his visit and it was still lying there The Hayward postmaster is also of the opinion that the morning mail were revelation to those who had never seen them before and attracted much W. Otto who is an authority on the subject of ducks and shore had several cases of stuffed in the pavilion which was the of an interested crowd during the On the whole the affair was one of the best of the kind ever held in the county and great credit is due to the various committees who had the details in charge for everyone present certainly spent a day which will long be pleasantly CENTER GUESTS OF SAN CENTER The Hayward Center was the guest of the San Leandro Center on where the ladies listened to a very instructive talk by Senator E. K. Strobridge on the Shanahan After the Senator concluded the ladies gave him a very busy hour answering questions about the under Mrs. Dane Coolidge also delivered an address on the Mrs. Coolidge is a speaker of renown and her remarks were timely and TEN MEMBERS JOIN At the last meeting of Eden lor of Native Sons ten new members were Those joining W. W. Haley Edward ton David Frank Charles George John chell and John Postmaster Bradford After Better Club Roll Is Out master Schafer a that car could just as well ward an hour earlier with proper H used to come at in the morning and was changed to an hour it is at the instance of the to the detriment of A Club was Saturday evening at the of- fice of It. Robinson and all ent signed the Permanent organization was deferred to the next In the rolls will be circulated and by the end of the woek several hundred names will be At the rate the names are coming In Roosevelt is even more popular than before the Chicago when Taft was nominated by the stolen delegates from Roosevelt Following is the signed by the Club the undersigned voters o' Hayward and herewith sign the Club roll for the purpose of a Roosevelt and Johnson pledge our support to the Progressive movement and the nees of the Progressive Rolls can be found at the Review and also at the office of R. Castro Valley Whist Club Meets TO PACE VOTERS E. K. Strobridge and P. J. rival candidates for tor from this will speak from the same platform before the Union Civic Center this Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Haywards Hotel A largo attendance of the doubt will he present to greet the speakers as they are after enlightenment in The Castro Valley Whist Club met at the home of Mr. and Mrs Koll on the Lake Chabot load The Miss M. Easton the lady's prize and Dr K George the Those ent were Mr. and Mrs. K V Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Mr. and Mrs. L. Miss M. Dr. K. George and Mr. and Mrs. SCHOOL GIRLS w JAMES uciv a chance to figure on your feed Better lay MISS Leone of the class and Miss Helen both of the Hayward High have entered the James Lick School in San and will take a com- plete course in domestic Hoth young ladles are highly pleased with the work and will fit themselves as A full course in cooking and sewing will take two SAf E DEPOSIT BOXES For rent at very low rates at BANK OF A sale and ient place to keep your valuable for us and see how your hens will lay for CO. 515-51B WATKINS ST. and Opp. S. P. Depot Telephone Hayward 103. Sorensen Successors to GEARY GRINDELL UNDERTAKERS and EMBALMERS Telephone Hay ward 12-R Castro Bet A and in Connection UNDERTAKERS LICENSED EMBALMERS Lady Assistant Private Chapel Calls Answered Promptly Day or Night LAWNS Assorted Patterns 9c and per yard On Special Sale August 14th, 1912 Toft Inc. 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