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Hayward Twice A Week Review (Newspaper) - December 20, 1912, Hayward, California HAYWARD REVIEW TWENTY-FIRST YEAR ALAMEDA DECEMBER 20, 1912. CYPRESS CAMP INITIATES EIGHT MEMBERS Cypress W. O. No. 141, of this initiated eight new bers into the mysteries of Woodcraft Tuesday the work being put on by the officers and drill team of of The Executive Committee keley put on their work in a very commendable manner and were con- from all sides on their j Ability and novel Following the Capt. Smith put on drill for the benefit of the of Alameda County were also present i Speeches were made by Neighbors at the as were twenty of Dr. Brink of the Alameda the members of Old Orchard County Committee and of San After the regular meeting of the District Manager bor of Old Orchard Camp lodge a club passing contest took of San made a few remarks place between the champions of on and told how the the San Lorenzo team and Arthur Manter's cyclone tiou from Cypress the winning the contest by a few At nine o'clock the initiation took place and the following eight young men of Hay ward the Harry Wesley August 11 Leroy Pratt P. F. and boys in his camp did which was furnished by the from the Berkeley camp and Neighbor Ravano of Cypress all adjourned to the banquet hall where a line spread consisting of Spanish cake and coffee were served Taking everything into tion it was one ot the most ful and enjoyable evening's Cypress Last Year's Christmas Donations i Made a Big as the Picture Turn Out Today anc Make the Pile Twice as Larg It Can All Be TRUSTEES TRANSACT REGULAR BUSINESS The crack degree team fiom has ever Big Sale Closes at H. Store Christmas On Christmas next Tuesday the big lution sale that has been going on at the Jesse Woods store comes to a On the first of the year Jesse lays down the shovel and the hoe and the se H. Woods Company passes out of The time after next night will be mostly taken up in taking and then a new will appear may never occur again for are still hundreds of cles stock suitable for inas gifts A word to the wise is sale positively ends on COMPLAINTS FILED AGAINST CAR CO. Two complaints affecting rates on Davis San to the he street car lines between Mr. Woods also wishes the Re- ward and filed before other passengers are not charged to thank the good people of 'the Railroad Commission on Hayward and vicinity for the liberal against the San he has enjoyed Terminal the many years he has been in Thp of the Hayward ness here and wishes all a Merry above the January 1st. and a prosperous New Mr. Woods desires the Review to J state that during the next few days He also states further that he still greater reductions will be made in all lines in the and advises people with the cash to buy all the goods they can at the greatly re- as such an opportunity j a greater Hay has no intention of leaving but will enter another line of business after taking a long rest and will continue his work to help build tlle west of San Leandro I to Hayward is gnen as 5 cents and the distance as six The Chamber of Commerce was filed by President Angus and charges that the rates are unreasonable and ex- The fare from to the west limits of San Leandro is given as five and distance is The fare Christmas at the Methodist Church Christmas at the Congregational southerly limits of while The Chamber asks that the ways be compelled to accept ten cents between ward and the southerly limits of that the company furnish monthly com- mutation tickets to passengers be- tween Hayward and for per that the company furnish family tickets at reduced and that the sion grant such further relief as may be Herman G. Walker also filed a complaint says that sometimes 15 complaint charging that illegal con- cents is from the west line had been inserted in the of San Leandro to and book contract issued sometimes 10 for between Pan holding charged A special Christmas service will be held at the Methodist Episcopal Church on Sunday morning at 11 The subject of the mon by the Rev. Irving E. Thompson will be Kinds of Christmas The ial program of music will include the Organ Fleurs Pi to God in the Thompson in Swift Were Organ March The church will be especially dec- orated for the A cordial welcome is extended to ail to attend Ishall unite in the Xmas praise and enjoy the Christmas vice at the Presbyterian Sunday morning ot the tional Church the following inas music will be the Herald Angels Us Now go Even Unto Birthday of the Miss Helen Junior's King of the Glad P. of Gounod From to ISan the fare is given as 110 and from Davis street to the west line of San Leandro five cents For this says the sometimes 13 cents ib collected and sometimes 10 cents Ihe complaint states that passengers commutation an extra five books are cents from andro and He asks that the company be directed to cease insisting upon these that it be compelled to allow the public to its schedules of and that it cease charging 15 cents as the fare between Hayward and San Leandro Walker asserts that 10 cents is the legal rate between San and Day of Song at Presbyterian Church Mr. Charles Sorensen Dr. William will tell the Juniors a Xmas and the pastor Mr will give a brief Xmas Ne evening service as we church will hold its Sunday will be a day of joy and if mimic can play its The people have taken a great in the and to it a Xmas long to be In the but In the Union the Presbyterian PURE MAPLE SYRUP PURE MAPLE SUGAR Direct from the Case the Miss Mai inn Choir to Soprano Solo of We have also received a shipment of FANCY ORANGES Everything Else for ihe Holidays H. W. HOLMES B and Main Tel. Hayward 154 evening there vice of sons MORNING Orpin Prelude Andante In bll Mrs Wiley and Male EVENING Organ from Senate to the Mrs I. Solo Mr was The Doard of Trustees met in regular session Wed AH tlie members of the Board were Mayor Heyer presid Trustee Armstrong reported that the long overdue license ordinance Is now in the hands of the Town At- torney and will be ready by the next Trustee Simons said that com- plaints had been made to him about the condition of Fifth be- ween R and C. The matter to Marshal Mrs. was ordered to down a sidewalk on C street First and The own attorney will notify A communication was received rom Elmer saying he vill furnish the Board of Health certain data about the sewers over he was inspector at one time 01 the sum of Some of the members thought it looked like a holdup game and decided to make urther investigation before ng the data from John P. asked for grade takes so he can put down sidewalk n front of his property on lower D near the W. P. right of deferred to Town Engineer to find ut if a grade has been established n said The ordinance was read lie name of Webster street to J. E. Welsh for ttd WM granted a board croM 9t C Town Attorney to prepare Intention ordering the the upper paved under contract Mayor Heyer told the live of the San pany who was company does not roll and pit tt order the upper portion ot B that H recently tore up to pipes that It charge it up to the water A building permit was granted te J. r. to put a new frost n hL property on B provided It met with that jf the new BANK OF SAVINGS Annual Meeting The regular annual meeting he stockholders of the Bank of Savings will be held at the of the Bank of i 14th, 1913, at 11 for he purpose of electing and he transaction of any ess that may properly come before ho J. E. f HANK OP Annual The regular annual of of which it was a stockholders of the Bank Plans and specifications were read wards will be held at Ita on nd adopted for the paving of January 1913, at 11 ion Oil macadam will be for the purpose bf sed as it is too steep for the transaction of any The resolution was passed calling business that may properly a bond election to get funds to before the uild a new fire purchase an j J. E. piece of land and n electric telegraph fire alarm BANK OP Mayor Heyer said that he hoped include a town hall in the call The regular semi-annual Di video on deposits has been decb or The mayor says at the rate of 4 per cent per eing as it is not legal to put payable on and after Jan I A own hall on the the Pann 2.1913. of 100 feet can be or He was in favor of ring but thought the price f too based for If it can be he and Trustee Choir Soprana Mrs. Soren Alto and tenor o. Pratt Mi J. i Mr. Walter Soprano Miss of will take half of it and the The SO feet of ic lot added to the jail lot r 50 feet he thought would make a ood Dr. representing the made an eloquent lea in favor of submitting the town all and fire house bonding ons at the same Mr. Gilbert representing the Press was in- and submitted an sing scheme to run through the period of the World's three The plan is to charge a page for the and the tees voted to take two the matter to be prepared by the local Chamber of San dro also agreed to take two Half of the money is to be paid in February and the balance one year from that J. E. BANK OF Stockholders The regular semi-annual Dividend to stockholders has been declared at the rate of 12.50 per share payable on and after January 2. 1913. J. E. f OF Stockholders 1 The regular semi-annual j to Stockholders has been declared at the rate of 13.00 per payable on and after January 2, 1913. J. E. A typographical error In issue made the season rainfall read to It should SAf E DEPOSIT BOXES For rent at very low at SANK OF A Mfe i lent place to keep year Miss Inoz A 1 from 1ho Mr. and of San leased HIP 1" lining of m Castro the on will dy his hand al The j uac through REWARD For the return of SMALL BRINDLE AND WHITE BOSTON BULL Limps in hind Lost about November 2nd. Return .to J. J. WHITE Adjoining Castro Valley School house on Redwood road and receive IN ORDERING GROCERIES Ring Up Hayward 98 Send a Note or Have Us Call on You for WE SEIA THE HEST VOR THE AXP EVERY ARTICLE Rf THE AMI EXCHANGE OR GIVE Yorn MONEY HACK FOR AXY NOT ALL WE ASK IS TS A FAIR TRIAL WK TRY YOU SOME OUR STOCK IS ALWAYS KEPT FRESH Silver Co. HAYWARD 904 B t3
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