Hayward Twice A Week Review (Newspaper) - December 17, 1912, Hayward, California HAYWARD REVIEW TWENTY-FIRST YEAR ALAMEDA DECEMBER 17, 1912. No. 101 Civic Center Sells Red Cross Seals The Union Civic Center of ward hat been asked to take charge of the sale of Red Cross Seals this year and It Is hoped that every zen of Hayward will see that these seals are on their letters and thereby helping to stamp out The money received from the sale of seals will be In The Danish Society of Hayward has set the pace by taking 500. The stamps wil be on sale In the Post Office all this week and in the During the past twelve months the Alameda county society has administered treatments through Its doctors and visiting nursers to the number of 1250. Twelve patients have been placed in sleeping ters have been provided for thirty Free all other equipment sary for the cure and re- lief of patients have been furnished free of all At present the Society is caring for 70 patients fering from Three ays each week the doctors are In attendance at the free Average daily attendance at 25 pel of these are Educative work has been ed on a large Illustrated tures have been delivered to ences aggregating 5000. Educative printed matter has been distributed to the number of pieces JOSEPHINE H. Pres. Union Civic Tenter Cataldo Jury Could Not Agree The Cataldo trial was resumed before Judge and a again Saturday At the second session the defense had an Several witnesses were put on the stand by Attorney In an endeavor to proTO that Cataldo was not entirely at Quite lengthy arguments were made by the attorney for both Lin Church for the defense and Deputy district Attorney A. A. for the The case was given to the jury about After being out for about five hours they announced that they were unable to the last ballot showing that nine were favor of conviction and three for The jury composed of the L. fore- J. P. A. M. I. Joseph A. AV. A. L. J. Peter A. J. H. Lassen and C. Jorgensen Judge Toffelmier set December 21st, as the date on which a new trial will be Much interest was manifested in the the court room being at all times crowded with spectators More Tricks or Street Car Company The San inal known formerly as the 0. T. Co. is hard pressed to secure the Hayward The latest device is manifest by its instructions to Its conductors to demand 15 cents fare from Hayward to the western limits of San and if the passenger pays that amount to cept but if the passenger objects and demands a receipt for his money the conductor may accept 10 By this action the company edges that the rate filed with the R. R. Commission of ten cents is the road Commission of ten cents is the real rate that they should Such action on the part of a com- mon carrier is a misdemeanor and subjects the manager as well as the conductor to a fine of if a judge so If the fare problem should be handled in the criminal courts with the manager perhaps he would prefer to charge legal rates of fare in the Get receipts for your faro A. H. Morris and N. W. Armstrong of Cypress Camp were in attendance at the celebration of Old Orchard Camp at San Lorenzo Tuesday Murphy Waiting For State Highway Supervisor Murphy has been sub- to some unjust criticism in re- to the matter of repairing the road down the east slope of Bulmer Since the completion of the extension of the reaching practically the summit of This provides Why Don't Hayward Join Water Project Sufficient signatures have been cured in all but one of the seven cities composing a proposed pal water and steps soon are to be for the filing of a petition with the Board of sors for a special election at which the citizens of the municipalities will vote upon the ley fled a petition Saturday and is the city which has not the number San and Albany have ed their Alameda is ex- to be ready in a few days and the complete petition then be placed with the Supervisors The weie put in tion about three months call for the creation of a water to include tiom the Contra Costa line in the north to the rado line on the In tion to the seven communities it in- cludes certain not pally The proposed water will have the power to condemn the plant of the People's Water Com- pany 01 that of any other tion supplying water within the dis- It will have the power to purchase land and to own and ate a water It will be to issue incur make and If the election parries the water will be created by the Union Civic Center Entertains Children The children who so materially added to the success of the recent Autumn Festival under the ion of Mrs. Carolyn Kelly were given a Christmas entertainment at the Center headquarters on Saturday The president and board of directors of the Center had charge of the and quite a number of the membra new their youth in witnessing the Happiness of the A gorgeous Christmas tree ed the attention of all who entered the and while on Good Will to was not ed forth in that spirit The about twenty-five in played sang and and by Mrs Kelly and Mrs. Blanche Van 1 hen ice cream and cake was after which Santa Claus appeared on the scene fiom no one knew where After a greeting in song from the he advanced and called out tin names on the packages snuggled at the foot of the mas tree In response to each name a demure little maid came toward and received a When the name of Captain Giddings was called ic came forward and was presented with a cute little His comical acceptance of the gift caused much and he was vigorously Miss Marjorie Mastick toddled up to the tree a la when her name was and was a twin to the doll handed to Captain If the children did not enjoy the sions of an enabling act passed by then smiling gay the State Legislature at the request laughter and light-hearted abandon of the Oakland municipal water ply composed of min W. T Veitch and this and road users that upon the filing of a petition generally have been selecting the signed by 10 per cent of the voters short route from the Livermore the municipalities included in the ley country into Oakland and the of Supervisors found much fault with the condition shall call a special election of the road spoken of The municipal plant will be m people may be surprised to learn charge of a board of five that the only reason why to be chosen at large and one to be have not been made the valley by the executive of each of incorporated The is because the State Highway i Commission will in all probability visors will appoint a use the Bulmer hill route for one of represent the unincorporated the main arteries and such being with the 5 per cent grade re- demanded by the R scem work now done the will have to get a big move on if it is to be included in the At a recent meeting any county on the present grade would simply be thrown the funds used to a are not indicators of childish The music for the occasion was furnished by Kelly on a the permanent use of which was donated to the Center by Mrs H. The names of M. Mrs. M. M. Allen and L. M. Turner were added to the A children's section of the Center was Several were and to their credit let it be did not appear to feel out of place at a children's party surrounded by men and youngsters the of the is no more progressive the of the Chamber of Commerce it was is in not the unanimous opinion of all those j ordering his roadmasters to expend Present that Hayward should be m- any money on this part of the road j eluded Mrs. W. Huck Passes to Beyond until it is learned what the state intends to in the proposed municipal project by all means The Congestion To Be Relieved The new car line of the Oakland Traction called the East Sixteenth street which is to re- its light and power line out the traffic on the Kast Fourteenth street was opened Saturday The East Avenue Improvement Club is now The avenue is now one of the best leading out the town is putting the muddy portion of E street in repair and the Pacific Gas and Electric Company is now extending nuc a mile or so. Mrs. wife of C. died at the family home on early Monday Deceased had resided in this three mot ing first to Castro Valley and later to The family came originally from The lady was a native of Germany and 52 of A husband all that is left to mourn her death The funeral will be held from her home on Wed The new line will have Interment will PURE MAPLE SYRUP PURE MAPLE SUGAR Direct from the Ease We have also received a shipment of FANCY ORANGES Everything Else for the Holidays W. HOLMES B and Main Tel. Hayward 154 terminus at Thirteenth and streets and will run with a double track via First East Sixteenth street to the Foothill boulevard and be in Tree Manuel n young man ing on the was driving a young roll toward Hayward cio avenue to its junction with an auto collided with the cart in which he was ridins The man re- Arthur returned Jo j fused to pay the damages and sped Hayward Friday morning from toward The number vada he has been in- of the car was 80.957 and according an electrical out- to the record belongs to a man in fit Palma Circle Takes In New Members Women of had a fine time In the Bank Hall Thursday evening when four new members were lowing the Initiation the new officers were chosen as Past an Mrs. B. 3. 4 guardian Mrs. Mrs. Walter Mrs. J. D at- Mrs. H. W. inside B. J. outside J. W. S. J. captain of the Mrs. S C. The new members in- tiated were Mesdames Kovac and Following lie meeting dancing was indulged the music being furnished by Mis Clark's The banquet was the feature of the evening and the ladies in charge did themselves proud with the line spread that was A large Christmas tree occupied the center of the on which were hung stockings with popcorn and candy for members of the circle The ooin was decorated with bells and A few of the good things that were on the able were New Orleans hot pumpkin and mince and homemade The In charge of the successful evening were mesdames P. F. D G. E. B. I. Elmer Welsh and William Clark Pioneer Woman Passes Away Death took away another pioneer Saturday morning when Mrs. Anna Louise Davilla wered the last call For over thirty years she resided In where she had many friends In 1842 she arrived in America from he Azores Islands and later was moving to where her husband was employed by Mrs. Davilla was one of the oldest residents in town and n the being over 94 years old She is by two residing in Mrs. Anna of First ami Mrs. Mary C. Coelho of C where he lady made her A son resides in the For a woman of so ripe an age Mrs. Davilla was very active and up to the time of her illness two weeks ago she did part of the household work and also worked in the The funeral took place day morning at 9-30 o'clock from the Catholic where a high mass was celebrated for the re- pose of her The interment was in St. Joseph's Traction Co. Pleads Mistake In Schedule Declaring to San 10 in their tariff ule Is a clerical the San Terminal has applied to the State Commission for ah to go effect making San the limit for the 10 cent fare from thU In view of the dispute the railroads and the people of ward over the Com- Instead of issuing the said that they would hold a hearing on the when both of the traction company and the Hayward Chamber of Com- merce could be The present schedule specifies a ten cent fare between Hayward and the eastern limits of San Davis San and Claiming that the last point en- titles passengers to ride to any point of San Leandro to the western or Stanley the Hayward Chamber of Commerce has presented the matter to t Railroad The organization is fighting for cent fare to the Oakland thus making the through fare to Oakland 15 of the present 20 cent A ly commutation rate is also Alfred of a Sunday visitor at the home of parents on upper B Are Your Hens Beats feed a bunch of all winter long without getting and in Meat to your fowls and tuiA winter into Come in and get a bag of this high protein meat food and judge its for J. H. wife of a prominent shoe dealer of Kansas Is spending the week in ward as the guest of Mrs. A O. an old ROSENBERG CO. LOCAL AGENTS 5tS-31t ST. and S. P. Depot Telephone 1M. SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES For rent at low at BANK OF A lent place to keep your REWARD For the return of SMALL BRINDLE AND WHITE BOSTON BULL Limps in hind Lost about N 2nd. Return to J. J. WHITE Adjoining Castro Valley School house on Redwood road and receive IN ORDERING GROCERIES Ring Up Hayward 98 Send Note or Hare Us Call on You for Orders WE SELL THE BEST FOR THE MONET AND GUARANTEE EVERT ARTICLE IN THE MENT WILL EXCHANGE OR CITE TOP VorR MONEY BACK TOR ANY ARTICLE NOT ALL WE ASK IS GIVE CS A FAIR TRIAL ANT- WE WILL TRY DO YOU SOME OUR STOCK IS ALWAYS KEPT FRESH Co. Plum HAYWARD 9S 904 B near Cal.